New York Daily Herald from New York, New York on January 14, 1861 · 8
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THE CRISIS. roOCTlXTED FROM HR-* PAf.R] t>ai * newVome. Th? intelligence that tn? 9tar ef t^e Weal had N-eii despatched to the port of Charlestsa, with relnfuT' amente an?l supplies for Fort "umtor creato^ !be gi*at-*l excitement. I icparat.oiis were quickly hurried tf( and though a few m.litary companies were withdrawn from tht petitions belli by the troupe of South Car Una, Uaw w?? but a necessary precaution, because hitherto there had boon too many mou for any uee iu All the fortification*. Tlic warlike ardor uf the peopifl had been so burning that hundred* had volunteorod whuro hall 01 the number would have suftleed. Aa a consequence, when the t .me appeared be at *i _n>i for nction it became ab" iutely <cqui*itc that the garrisons should be thinned .u evuer to prevent uunix.ess.try alaugnier. The variety of rumois put afloat thiough the c' y of matters in Washington increased tint excitement uutil it mum wrought up to fever bent Pvry one protested rtvnli net* on the instant to volunteer, and i believe that from this City aiouo 10,000 nieu Could have been obtained to embark on an excursion to overtake and capture the Star rt the West. Still, great as the excitement was among ail < iusse*. there wore many wlio gave no credit to ihe despatch which stated that the remiorcomsht and supplies were deatiued for ibis locality. 1, among theni >u curred in the belief thai tho stounur Star of the West was destined for Key West, to garrison and provision ibo #wtre..s Toriugas, and that it v.u a government rum' r 10 tiooeha the people of the other Suites that -ho was des ?mod to Charleston. Still :t might bo true that she was Mining here, and knowing tho deti ? mln.ition of <?< r j?*> pie, It gave us all nit-lire c iii '.erii. tin the streets men aw ere to blow her to if she came inside of tho bar. and within the closets of the War Department tUo i-uuio ?j. hi ion prevailed. The t'ounui of State and the Military Ad\ isory Council concurred iu the opinion that no rcfuforc-meuts ^liould N allowed, and orders were despatched to tbo torutlca Aoiiti 01' our troops to prevent it. rilK JCXMS'TKI! SlI-lMKR. All ilay long tho people of the city waited anxiously tor the booming of cannon to announce tho war begun. Inward, evi niitg the suspense was harrowing. " isn't it time ?tie had m rived?" was tho qutmtion from otery one. *? No guns vef,'' .u s the invariable reply. " t?h^ she's aot eom.ug to this port, so wo may as well make our mwdf eaty. Old H ick is in such a fool u- to expose 250 aa?-u in a wern out li'ilk like the Slav of the West to such W tor let. as we have ou Morris Island, Fort Moultrie, ftullivan s Island, Fort Jol.ii-'..n and the rest, you may sely upon it." In the afternoon the streets of the city were as fcay as though the time were festive and indeed it was . n anniversary day?the fitn of January?amnversary of (reneial Jackson ? victory of St w Orleans: but no ou>"? nutiml it; no one seemod to care for it. I siully his is a day universally celebrated here, but yesterday it pasat I by unnoticed. OlAi'T UlO'tgUis VkVltVd ami'rlwted public Mt ftH>ii. If wns a d?y lonj, to tic remembered. ?'Xi. BM'?* FOR ire fray. kug street as you know, is the principal retail t '.slue** locality of Charleston, and serve* fj- a general pro inenadiLg ground during the afternoon. Yesterday oven tag early after dinner, it way perfectly thronged with people. ladies crowned the sidewalks, and as anxiously iesussed the exciting news as tho men. Tho streets w.re thronged with military uniforms, though by frthe lari-er number of soldinrs wore no other tlistinguish'ng WAik than a pa.r of crossbelts, knapsack and bayonet. These were some of the country soldiers that liad tUKk d teU' tho city during tho forenoon. 1 suppose not le.i., than live hundred of these raw recruits arrived during *be day from the uplands. Most of them wore tlio rough, uncouth appearance of countrymen, and appeared to tie the subjects of no little mirth to the women. All of them, however, appoarod to me to be men of the right ?tnpe. Tlioy seemed literally to ho ' spoiling for a agtt." 1 saw three companies of them, numbering ovT thr^e hundred men altogether, drilling as recruits on 'he (Made) Green, and a more sturdy looking set of fellows 1 never came across. No ono seemed ever to havo known ?irfcne'-s or to have done anything else than eat "hoppn jrho." rice and grist. Tbe lireen Itself presented a more liveiy aspect than I nave ever seen it assume. Loslifes tho recruits, there were ?n review two artillery companies from the fort numbering about ono hundred and tifty men, with fourteen pieces of ordnance. A portion of the Citade Cadet* sot on active duty, w?s also on parade, while the .mmedwtio vicinity of the school was lumbered up with fifteen ?" 'wenty pieces of heavy ordnance, gun carriages, he., he , ready for transportation and use. TltB RXPB'TKD OUMUfT. As night i nrae on expectation of a contlii t j:rew a|iace, end, if |?of-fble. the excitement bni anie iuteiHltiod, so thai, as the t-hades of evening advance!, every one Tljougbt certain now was the time. Kvery nol o that hounded like the distant rumble of artillery or the Ismming of heavy guns, brought people up all -landing, t.'nsbie to em'.uro this xuitpeuw in t he house longer, I starts! it r t e wharf, at'tei tienr(ng, in hi ago .? in, what I the iffht to l>e live distin< I shoti. I walked out upon the oni'xat wharf I could uud, and p<?|Hil <su through tlui ?ia/v durkness. but ail was still, and no situs of c.iUlicl ?pjiearcd. From the quarters occupied by our fertiP at Ions t>rl*ht hghte were shining out as signals, hut Sumter was as d?r!< as Krchus. To the ri^lit three gl.muieriig In.? ns whed tlieir rays i|?m the calm, i! irk waters. In ironi tho tubt ot Castle 1'incknny shed n ' riirhi glai Xo se- nd ?tirr'd?not oven the r.^gu.ar thumping of ? trs vas rau^ht by the tar. One by cu e I watched the lights ;o ?ut an?l reappeur in such nit'inev as to indie e that tl.i". w re used as signals. In this manner half at hou* pm-i ed, unJ aiterwards, when daiau< ^ had reign I s.ij ioio ?r. 11 quarterx, I concluded tlu*t there would I uoiltht, i't leatt tlii* time, nil I so made up my m ti - 1 i h m'ortable night's rest and await the niui it :h next day. m Ki?.?r ti'MMoii. Kxcited M W" wera over n.ght, > oti can well im eo hew :nu 'b more mi we were thi: 'norulmj when i ..en? d i :ei.. i . I). the ooonmiu ?i I'eopi*. rushed iroin their hous<? in tin- ? lest eonfu??s>n Thrones po ired along tin Min ts and Hi d lb wltarveM to nsc'Ttaiu the emso -if alsrm. ' ny ? >pect % goueral ungagement. All eanlident.y anti -.tn'te., .h it f llirt Uir o. ihe \V -si ;?id ,.tu.upt> d cutrauco evory wu%tr} a p"-j r-,i ? r. <?? Mutl Carol'ua troops won la open ufx'ii her. and tint Fort Sumter ?/j?il?l im'ne.liately rui wit )?< r Kiuie nil throw henvy shot into tie in iu return, hut this did not occur. It took I... p-caitmo to firl out ib.U, t'. di-chArgetf ?tr<int>nc- w.o- m.lu. ed b ? tie itp|?-a-.-i..? < . |ii< ol Wit^' troops for Hunter. thing, l.ow rer. <?< id be Vxi.,|l J to bull . tue > Ml". . ,y oj tin- |h>Op . .HI . (t ha I betn dotio. tie' guns w f.rin tls .irh sinter ?ppoured to ho quiet. From t!' wharve# t> tii^ hat'e- v, commanding a good \ k w oi iue iiarhor, the erowj f joepi > lined e\i r> avmlabl . t, and ah sorts ..t rumors wiad currency among th< m Sme .? u.l tiutt the suvimer litd Im? a capturoil, oih"rs tii ' ?be had-imk or was "It i.ig Maay haJ reiiahii Infoi uiatlon the thirty soldiers had he< n kill<?il ou boaril by t' sh t from Morris island, sod others had it that flic ? i a p: ue. in h."':' an liour an imn.^ns.- manlier .f people waue ou th ? battery, p htinto the I on/on for xigns of eon'! "f . Spy gl., , s weie .11 requisition, but the. mint huve Isvu tjniM ctlrtoualy con>tructe?i something on 'iio kslcrto^cop i style, for the obs?rvers saw such Strang and totally different ?Ights. clearly saw a vessel iu tho tiling, w ith an . II' oats lowered an I load d w ith men, about to eit^ct a land.ng and tak? the hait-ry on Vorris l?land in the tear Others thought the steamer was sinking, specala txir, "n>u??d as to what would bo done with the troops if they should take to th< boats. Thus thiugs pasje l in uncer:a'ntj until "ight o'eks-k. seinotbing over an hour and i ball alter U>e cotumescemeut of hostiiitiea. p^Ktii i i.?a? nv ihk arrai*. It was then learned upon ace irate authority that about h. lf past *'X o'cUh k A ^i. the J'sni'r Shv of the WeH hove m sight oi the trisip- on the l<x>kout at Morris laU.i.:. Tlie tuili">it tien. rai Clinch, which ba l be -fl ou ibu watch for her tu-rnal.bad report<<d th? straugor In the nilling some half an bout before she was seen. The reveille aas beateu and tbe four companies of men at the JntrcniboKBt i><omptl) fprtCa tl> .r po4U. The guns Were mann< d and double shotted As soon as the steam r appeared Ibreast of tbe work a ah** was -ent athwart her bews.ni^nlfjing that she must tirmu to aud surrender. Without (.imving the Ihuudrriug tn.itation th" steamer kept on with iucrev??<i spe.-d, giving no other sign of nHici.ig the act tb in by hoisting the colors oi the federal republic. Ihe word of command was given to tire, and volley was directed Into tbe ship. Five, six, seven gutr we?? nrwl at her, nf whu h only two. certainly, took itK ??nc struck in u.e forward part of the vessel, tin thi r atx ut the whe"l house At this time the batteries of Fort Moultrie opened upon tl.e Steamer, and tome U-n shuts were fired Xoue of them took effect, because the vessel was entirely out of rsnge of th1' guns un Sul .au's Island. Thi pu?ition f the steamer at this time was tiireclly ct ;msite the buttery on Morris Island, ab..tit three qimrt rs of a mile out. Uer distance was about i m le frotn K'Uliter and three tiom Moultrie, and they h.ne, h? yet, iK> guns mounted that bjnr u|mhi thi direction, so that all re from 'Miliivan's Island wis mere waste of pow dr*r It has not tri isfcred vet what damage wa icne to Ihe aveamer, tb iiigh !t *mid not liavo lie-n much, because she sooti rounde.1 t< uud.put nut to sej a*, fast as <-he cwijld travel, ?nd tfcat was the li st Seen oi' het in these parts. m>: "so os rm k. At AU'Ut eleven u'Cw, aft-r the exc t-m 't in the etty tad somewhat q-'i- e.| do- .. a boat with a tls? i f tru-v* was sent from Smnt'T to uarleston It <? ?ntainod an oiUcer drnascd in fall In'd Mates uniform of srtilhry service, who liu.1ed.it 'un-e^'s w harf. ai.d.itiempted to |- oeeed immcd steiy to th Ooveinor. Ife gave his asms us Lieutenant Ut", of th? rutted states artillery, h<- -er despat -bes, underii ?f truce, an I w is imKi at- ? "Carted bi a sel' nsiimted guard of i.it r.i us ?o th? C.'y Ilsll. i?rthewn> up Itruud stre?>t the news "ivbr spread that an ottlcer li ul .come to surrender Fort **nmter. rhe news spread like wiidhre, aud soon a crowd of 9 000 people, drawn by :ur uaity, bhs-kaded tbe stree'., to star.'ir th eacer curiosity at oue of the "enemy." fhc 1 ten .nt, however, with a man u cltiser.'s dress on "a h ? . uf him, pr jeee<|ed on his errand w.tb great com P" re. i>aebirg 'he City flail he ran up tbe stairs, follewsi ?,y thn whol. throng an i preas of people, lie pro needed through the apartments I have already described tn a V rtrn i.-tter, t , tie. quarters lately occupicl by the Kxe-'utivo, but rM-eivtt.ir imormatlon that the tJovernor ?ad removed, be t>irt . d ,hmtt and went dowa to tho uh''J M'*11,',lc3r on Meeting street, n?ar the JiMtte. Hern he had an m'ervlew with the (lover2!^' ? i!!? ITV ,1"r,nK which he presented tbe v '}i,,1frPon '??' rec?ivcd the reply which joa kavo r##;?ivutl l?y After 'be lnt*r\iew the lieutenant was put into a carriage, an 1, accompanied by two aids of the ilovernor escorted trt the whart later in the evening n rr. ou.' wax received by the Ilovernor from Anderson Ktatimr that he would not do anything imtll orders from Wa li kagtoi Tbe eutlrr city hsd turne.1 out with hundred* wi.w? of soldiers, and an attack was momeutai ily exwvt ed to Ixi made on Pt niter Tlie decision ?if An-lers si h!Tw ever has had a pncilic result. I'eople are quieter. ' 'From the Charleston Courier, Jan. 0 ] Tw" additional coatpmies of volunteers, who liave en tared the sorviee o| the State for six month* arrived in the city ycsterdai, Sid, without arms or equipments, were mar bed .ii txsinl tbe steamer Fxcel for wcret service. The Urst cofri|?iny, under command of (feptain Spires, end I.ifwtemints f.er.rge Knblnson F. C. lUrb-r and Henry Kej numbered over one hundred strong, healthy leakii'i; men, fYom Itsmburg. Hie "ncond ? otiipany, rtileil the " t"herokee :vmd Vohiate?'re ' n..fiil?er?l e.sht) two m 'n. near'y sII of ?hswi yo?'tif f ?naeir eagrr for "erv.eo rhey we?e o. m mandid by UpU u Mtrrjrweutfc r,:ni I^outenaaU. A. P. | Butler and D 1 -ha1*. I The i'alinetto board, ixitll as a portion of the Irish wort- ai?o out on daw during U? ui^bl. Th? iAfayttt ,\r? lory end the <j#rmaii miliary returned to the c.ty yesterday from Fort MoalWte, making qntos handsome djfpky as they parsed (brogh thi Bli'Wjf. ? WUTH CAROLINA. HOtTH JABOUNA MILITAHY CHUFTAtXS AT I.OUOERHC A.'Df. Tl o i t arieslon corrsspon'onf 01' the Boston sayB? Tt l? nly a vory unfortunate thiog for South Claroli mi im? ? '/entfnl period of hei hlatory that she should have. <<<->% iinm * lio seems to givo s <cb general ui-j.-aithfact.ca. ilifc <>r :ors to tho n nuiy in many cmmc have veen contradictor and hattl..ig to su< h an extent that they arc highly .ndignant. Tn<: Fa'm?tto Ou\rd. who, I w. e you in my last, wcro ordered o> t ia-tt W<dneed?y we remaudeu" assembled again and ro-remanaod, ana flu; i:> d.no .rd. d and tent u> tholr homes to await further ordera. Such treatment is very provoking to those who vp noxious and eager to distinguish themselves and uly a.-k for work, ar.d it rarkm no friends for Its author. Th< military officers are several of them scarcely on speaking l-rms with the Governor. Aa en instance of bai management 'ako this.?Fort Moultrie wan under the command of Colonel DeST-if-surc, wh_> was carrying on qui;tly tho affairs therein, when Major Dunovant ma?es bis appoarancu from tho Governor v, tl Irs ap poi ito-cnt as superseding Colonel lie Saaspiire. The latter gei tl-'nmti, knowing tha* Dunovant was an older mm, yie d?*d, snpp sing th.it th? Governor ha'1 some good rea w.; but shortly arrived Major Kipley, hav.ng been apjuiuti (1 over b"'h lo take the command. Thin too much. Do Sft?i"uro demanded on explanation, ami thu Governor, ?'s it ? aw??>rt"d though it seem? incredible, evusi" himseif on the grot; d that he had forgot that he hat. api-oiuted him. 1 HB PROflfKOTH OK WAH. [From the South Carolinian, Jan. 9.] The tone ?f our Northern exehnnge* i one of fl*od determination to use coercion Our people muet therefore, prepare for war. To th.it complexion Iws it como. Iho Northern poopio believe that it is their misfion rule mart govern the people of the South?ar.d tbey ure J?st as determined to attempt. to do ?t as ever Austria was iu Lc et?rt< to role Italy. The first sectional! th-: fcileri* government so that it was completely hostile to us; aud, because the &utb would not submit to a eiow i.nd tor luring execution, they now tbreateu violence an I wux. Th? no\er??;g:ity of the Aiuthern status Meighrf not a t'-aihe. he inhT'-nt right of geif-go rnment, which underlies tho movement on the i>art <>f the Houthern ??t?i ?'ft, go ft for i nhing. Mifht is their criterion of right, and the ? nforcemont of laws jMWt^d by a sectional'^ed ? ?vernment is now the all animating priuVI' lie Vortheru rei?ub):<?ini>. Kam? ;?>O.OrtO men, i-ny i Ley, and "rawe fvtoO ,000,000. But this gum >f nieii an>l ni"iiey, twice U4J, will plae*d them no n"?-er the accompliKhitienl of the irnp< |j they have ut lertaken. In their folly they iir/agine that there .a uo e'oment cf. wsakness in JiO'Vihern soi iety, which will Cause it to crumble at the first touch vf a No th' rn "bayonet. They etogaerate their own strength and magnify our w aktu-s. They demand war, and they are pushing war upon the South under their mi-taken view*. We candidly atate to our readers that MiOMt see an\ sol-tlion this side of n measurement of arms. Nothing tint a wfT, tt seems, will convince them of tho folly of attempt.ng t subjugate a people united in defense of their right .i'l If gov eminent. Nothing but tho "xpenditure of millions in arming an expedition against the South, and the tAilN "f the blood of the citizens of both sections, c.in futitfv them that they eannot conqin r the South. Like infatuated Austria, tbey will only abandon tie ir seh? es if ambition, prompted by love of dominion, when banknotey scares them in the f?. ? and un D"rvei tlieir sinews of war. COMV NtEMEST OK HOBTILITIBP. [From the South Carolinian, Jan. 9. ] Th government at Washington, in pros ot its desjiotio dee gna upon the people of the South, committed yesterday the overt act, wMch wiU inevitably be follow ed by war between the Southern and Northern Suites. It was to have been hoped that tho right of the jteople of the South to change their government would not have been <|ueKtioned on tho soil of America, it every stnglo State of the Fnion wre to withdraw from it and institute gjvetnuiot.1 for itself, pilitieuoia, olli e seekers or 1'reMdin'.ial aapirints might complain and try to bring about a war to foreo them together again; but how would it coneeiu the people of the several Slates V So it if; in this issue; the | uople of thu Southern States h.u i thought proper to change their form of government; in doing so, th y uggr< sa on no right of the Northern peopl< ; they gj out with no intention of severing com mcrcial tics even, but to adopt more liberal relations w ith the whole world. Vet aneh la the love of domluion on the part of the leaders of tin controlling party at tho North, that ihev are instigating a war of in* a*ion, which can. In no ix-wmli way, bonetlt the material inteiestaof tbeir |?. i\ C . lu this wi<ked s hun e of per*onal uMbltarn for -'I '? ,al V'?i"on or military returnu. they a ? urg ing for-% 'iii an attack on the South, which her people j mutt and .- .'.1 rr u w;th ail the energy and. det i tu.ua tion of Uio->o fighting for? tlieir h Mi.e ?, their tiiefklcs a ' th'ir right to govern and dtr?ct tin r own nitairs. The people of tins state luivo a. teu on the defensive; our soldiery an ou their < h^t.viiiealb; they liavo enemies now within their 11 ?- enwa'l I w th.ii a strong lortr-J Wiiat ^va^ th. i be et of <wn-Ht^ I 'nforeements to them / Wavth" det :I not : Oh>tile? Il l it not lueah eoereion'? Was eo ere; III I Ot pro* Lulii'd h}' tl' h -s-utiV" Mid legislative i.e?u* And ?.i-; 'In not 'hetlr.-i p in th- p'a i I ol bostilitie* ised l>y General-eott y 11 was tbe Overt I act; it wa ie tiogmniUfc of bor.idities-. audit wear to | be v.,rred u|Htn, let ? i et our invader' upon th'1 ihr* ? i.d. 1' 'hey will not lei us n-main at home in peiiee, l.-t US Me ?' I he issue like lirave iien.aud.lt neei ? a i ? eiy ii .d of Houtb Carolina at.mi ground ?or foutberu i ?<! c i 1 nee. I I -POBIfc FOB THE BKPUBEJC OF M)l'TH CAHOI IVA. An li t' r> 'U ii Philadelphia recently put cut. In- , dubbin* kitwif -'South Carol, na lonimui?)?>ijor. I! I*i publishes the follow. % card.? I'll.. . or THI. CO?l*.es m i,. V.llt Sol TH t .K. .. nA, | Pint \dki wu, Dee, 31,1 v-' i j i"-j>rrt! ;<> pt >"? *1-li nif U? M-it ,"<oilth >?? it cm, or far 1 - til, ite pnri" -' can h? ! I ..... jii ij<?r ocrtilu'alM thai will be respected by .? projier 'i.ih r ' ? i th:if gov rnmct i, on ?ppl .'.at to ? this OtllCe. MTTD If. HM'VKV, Hoiiih Qarollni Commissi' nor, resident iu Pliiiadelphi i,r*. GKOBQLA. LAHOI AKllIVAt. (IK POV I.KH AT SAVANNAS. The ,-n' annab H yuUt -l the 10th lnit s:i;v ?A 8cli<xti<<i arrived here >???!< iday, ftnm th" North, with SIM I rrelt cemtnon powuer, JO kegs rifle powder, and a !arh. <pi. \iiiy of muek.t powdor, the p "> r? rty 01 the vn mhr \t fokt rrt.ASKi. V> e subioin the follow tng extract* from (tx let torn of t ... or*;;u voluutfterr! now at 1'ort Pula?IU, Sn.mnah ri\.t<> their filends:? 'II 1 wotk '.f tlic fort H'?r on '.ipidly; Hip grtna uro K in*, ivcrliaulod. and will goon bo iu a coiulitiou to do ottrct'ial service. TLe tU.ithaui art llery have luul tin off< r from a lady io Sir rirrnah, whose hut-bund is a n>eml?er of the eori>?. to OOBM iiuwn and act aa nurwe U" her .-"'rvlce* are neo linl. Her !? iter v .<> rea<! in thequarters loot ni^hl, atel ?u4 re. -lived with th;ee Inmrty 1 been, and a loiter of acoeptuin ? ? moved to be written her to that ofl'ect. Another Mjr^ntUa splendid fruit cake, irod over, and the wore "8ece?ilon" wrought in with cugar. Still .mother, whom n ?nie la unknown sent 11* a pro k.ige of lli.t Theic m-iy b> similar in^umnH of kindness towards the other corje, V t atj J bayc ?? qiportunity of UndlBj,' it out, I do not me.itton them. It if impossible t j lm 1*111, a payer and itiorc safcnnte 1 scene than the fort i* during the day; the men ritpid'y pns-tng to and fro dting the v:irkni* duties assigned tlietu the labor is ?ev re, iud one would Jppon* that by n. ?ht nature would chum ber rcpt I up t> tattoo, wlm'b ih tH'i ten ut nine o'clock at night, every quarter ioeoun<>'w th gaj voonds and shout* tluit emtio frotn many hear.S. The ? \larsellal?e " " Dix?.land, ' 1 Mick-y, An Tut Crakf'*"Rap npj"udMlMr with like e'.iplion'tij- uauiea, rl g out upon the ni},'ht. I'ut at'."r tattoo all 1* Htill atid - ut an death. A ec'ioote r arrived Uxt nigut .laving on bonrd a very lar(!C <4 antltv of pow<V;r, and it Is bi n ??put m tho m..; a tine to day. t'n Thursday there wil be a Mlcf B'-nt 'onrn. and ?uch ooldler-< p- an nmpelled to go home will rett rn, I'tiere are twenty from the Ohathiun artUiery who v ill return, atnl their pin. c* w 11 be tilled from town. 1 l?arn by lettrr^. from town t<' day tiia' '?'itne 1 'n?ternation ha? been pro>ln?ed by the con-;' uon.fCotnm.md.i'.t Rtrto* * order in regard t <1 v ot.o found a.-ile.'p rm hi? j'e^t. The order " tnply siat^-d iliat the exigen. ;??* 1 J e tuivi? rei| i ro.1 tlut -tri'-t military Ufso'pline ? hocld b obM VTCd ;>nd the p?'ni<lt> of 'lein^ Mftlt WM death b the nrtioter ot war b<' n iueofo.t anti ipate t'W execution of ru< Ii an order; in ft. t li e ne 1 are no aloft at mat) duty, tl.at it will ner. r be do served. Ibe other writi ?1 tn 1? n' the !n|' f-owd whwh a"*einliiad ut tbe ?',rf, doaiute th< i/rrat .11 < 'etiieuoy '?! the w wither on the morning of eurd. |arture, tlie.ar r ? ountfn?n<'?^ t\ hi *h w? WW* ereryw ti r- jw. ? li.i{ 1 ?the i>lree'k, and the ?" rionpn?>?ii w itli whi.-h m.<ny 01 ili'in l<ade us g HNtb), 'irought Into tn; mind llerftghis \?bith were leae plwitai' iIiaii erio'if, and - ?mef'i Kngx wblob I cannot m > well exprum but if exi>! -ed. m't,h kIv J Kt *wne idea Of that e\<|illit? delight which I "llies of the p<itille, arpl"U?^ Of danger dap d and duly don.' IV<a ion* to 0"r arrival <m ? odkspur l?lMiid in 'We kin w what re?if"?n.'o wo might enrjoit'r belbrarnterlag tbe*?' wall*, but all nuplaaaAut ?-!*? "lattons gav waj to a very plea-ant reality tTi" tn? mert wr<' appoaebed tbe wbarf here: for " 'tot only round the draw t r.dc ilowu and porti'nlliit up. '"it the k< ' per i->f the fort v ikHv .ml politely extending 1 helping bund to tiiak''l'a-1 our Ixwt t?' the plor. >'vei the ele m- nt* wetn to eun'lMre lor Otir happlwan, for we bad I m ar ely entered the fort before th' cb>uds wb ih for a w? < h or mure h,.l (Men "brcurltig th' t>kj at ?' dri nehlng th* earth with eoptoua ratna, began to tarenk nway url very toMI tbe lotii' lost un smiled ujionun with bin bright and 1'heerful fa 0. ?rre re^jiro": at this, aud man> regarded it as an atr i "-! omen Ynu bavo now f< ! low?'<! us into lh<' lutt li 'a nnneoee-ary for ti"? t'' u re you U)'' details 0( what ha einuo traii?|'ire<l. Suffii e it j to say 'hut all the men at < 1 good health at.d excellent fplnls, and. lor new begli m>rs. I should sty are making [ xi od p'ngfWM in falling into the soldier's life. Many ..f oar men seem to deelre a little fun, 1 m tbey etpraaa It, fe ling us lh>7 do thai a visit from the Harriet I am, or ni.y ether of t aelr HaiA's floating batteries, would be no thine more than gl\ ing them neo saury rerr<-..: or nnd tln.t variety <H exer. ia<moat desirable t*> br<?k the tedlutn of foftrers life. FT>ORIDl. vrrnt* or k rinititn WArrs arsrnal. Tb<' -'ataniiah /fcyiiWoun of the 1 h inaunt say*"?A Wlvitte letter re* ivfd yesterday from Rainbrtdfe in forms us of the orr i|?h0'? of th" riiattaho'iehie arsenal, sitoaU'd .a <>adsdrn county , Florida, at the lunftloti of the Flint and ChaMaboathle rivers, by the Qulney tli?rd. The arsrnat co?t*it,!i r<00 000 rounds of musket cartridge*^looIXH, ? ,Hrr;irti ,rtg<? ,j,,i 60 OoO lbs. <jf ican powlrr, Tn?'r^ iir? no arm , ??*. opt p ,rh hh fpry to defon?l IM ji^n.nt ordinary onttitiff^Kl^l ALABAMA. TUt. TOTOLAK SMCHHtSION TOTF. OftKial returns fr< *n all b'it flro counties in Alabama, of the vote cast for delegates to the State convent ton, have btco received. Tb?y compare with the popular vote catt in the same ct unties in November last i'cr Presidential electors. m ? or i*Ki?inmi4i kiituh. Breok inr idge i .207 Dell 20 762 ( bougliu? 11 i>?7 Total vote in a!l i .t live counties 84,<Kld >011 l.WJvOalVi TO HI* IK IJIMi MIW. Secession 35,770 Co-operation 2C.2S0 Total vote i all l;i t five toiiD'i . .? ?> ?2,0?i2 Falling oil the vote J22 i"J TEXAA. Ol a 0 Af.\ I.STOS COKHBHr?>NPK*CE. Qal^whos, Texaa, Dec. 2J, j Strong AiUiHtpubHi-an feeling in Texas?Juir- /or St."tion and .Yd Comyi unwine?Jiaitmf for tK Unilul h'roM of the South/ m SUUet?IK : Krr+iulunmry Spirit in the j iSUUe (!oitni>h<.ntr? Lvrtc Otur Uryanitati m?YUimwoJ Future Texan BiMtulatU*?11<e Cure fur Our J' litixil 1r<tull'A, rfe., ?fc. I do not know thai I can find language golfictently strong t" express to you the unanimity and intern..ty of the leeiing in tklii n%ioD In tppwltkv to tho perpotca t:on of the Vn'.on nder the rule of Pres: lent Lincoln and a biack republican aaministratlon. fhat there are amoog us men cf a conservative tendency, and hopeful of tho preservation of the rights and honor oj the .Southern .States in the atiufcderatioB, is t"i <, and also & clou upon whom tho pn sent depression of all mater.' H interests acts luuro powerfully llbui cout.derations of future political or ftytal I tab llty. But these are f< w, very fow, in turn bcr, while lb" gr"^ fwr ?Wssion w.UiO'.*, compromise on ;iry terms. As in the rest of the Gulf ? tales that J have visited, tho desire for revolution is paramount among the people,and the UMon is constantly spoken of as both ^ ..anger aid a disgrace f it is to bo ?\ ei tc<i atij avoided. l'Ue benefits that it has col.erred tii'.on all sections of the country are never referred to, and seem to be cutirely fo,-gotten; and tho fact that a revulsion oi public sentiment may have occurred iu the North, equal to that which has taken place in tho Souih since the Presidential election, never seems to be for a moment considered possible. The popular m^.nty which all the froo States liavo exhibited for Lincoln is looked -,pon as irreversible, and the party slogan lhat Slav )ry is "an evil and a crime," and must be belted in with a line of socially hostile states, ia accepted as tho permanent epin.on of th) Northern people. It Is not alone the fear of danger to their social organization that rouses tho Southern communities to reslsUuKe and revolution; the moral obloquy that is conveyed iu the sweeping condemnation of an institution which, iu a community of mixed races, is considcicd to bo tho mc>j wise, and consequently the most productive of high morul results, touches the honorof every Southern iuhu and woman, and leads to that blind resentment which discards all considerations of material interest. The coming admiaistratiou of Lincoln is looked upon as the embodiment of this moral slur upon Southern society and hence it is believed that submission to It will be an admission of inferiority in ths face of the whole world. This sentiment has swept away all the old party distinctions iu the South, and mado revolutionists of Breckinridge men and Dell men alike to such a degree that formerly recognized party loaders are now partyloss and powerless, and the masses have shown themselves to bo far in advance of those to whom tbey have bithorto been accustomed to look for counsel iu public ufl'airs. So ripe is the feeling of revolution here, that it is to-day attacking the State govern moot, as well as the general government. Governor Houston had i ct used to assemble the state legislature for the purpose oi considering the pt't-Kcul political crisis, and had Hi* igned valid reasons of State policy for til* course. These were generally admitted to be binding u|?>n kin; and yet the people wero ' determined to assemble iu ..ouvcittioo and take revolu j tii'tuiry action, in which the State govcrnim nt must have acquicsoed or be super1-, dod. In consequence of this state of things Oovernor llo'.ision has changed b ? course. and isfi.d his proclamation I . .Ik i ? uib'> oi 'he Let: O. rin i iiop'.lar divi.-ioi.s for the "lectioii of delegate to th. veniion arovihat may bo termed co-operation seee-i ?it.-is, w lio desiro that the St te hall go into a new Sou. it in confederacy: and lofii. Stiu' nun. w'ui opt< hum e political union 'i < >\x ?. t ? 'lhe ogitHtjon and dtscnssiOB or these prin dples of party organ tut ion have Just begun, and U>ne Star org?&ixatlous are'v llig formed, ft is Hated in somt qmru'is tlaU. tie st, r men are tn favor of < xhmisting every measere for ot> aining guarantee for Southern iustltuttona in tho fin m b'lore resorting to sec.?ss. n, aud ii is probable th. . th.-coii.nit, pcliie al ccntltct in this Suto will Uko th ' ul npe of a t. ut .le. to rev >in in the eoDfederatl'Hl u .? roaatitu! nal guarantees r ( th- Soun- .r a | i the old c< : (lit ion of th" i I'udcutrc ! ic ;ei eouT'-'Q oi en" ?;.rd \ i o<" nc>. '"?icLt and glery to all young minds, rt is heltev?v| U. .t .m* will unit.) with ii? and give us a .'a lie as we I i?saaAtUntk> ?l.oi }. Iu the pr s i't i.....j la: t udition of Me.*' o, larg<! accessions from her lerritery t the new republic ..re deemed oossltde. I'diii iMlitm <. Nuevo Leon, C .sllU'Ja <'hihoahtia and S noru oiter a vie' .-id (or entcrpi iso and thi r,i iug out i>t n iinious ines in Uioir f. ? !. nd. ,.i.?l i<r?ll*otnln.ral resc ?. nd t:iculands ?< thoimaitds of energetic mid am* items\ontb would leavo the r* sintegrated {Mates of a dlsrupUHl c?nf?slera<'.> >nd etk a new future under tho Lone si .r o. Texas. How '. e.g it wlH be before thr-sc i nticlpatlons aio realised U deitend uiHtn tho representatives inOongrctsof tfcc Northern suites. If they (icrs'st in their h-istility to tho pre ni nooessaty social organisation of tho South, nnth ng e,iii preserve the present ("niou. None of the extreme Southern Htatu w II r- niiun In I ie coot'ecera. y except ii|>on the admitted equality of Southern to Vorih cnsocictj un.l the rcc igni7."d ?isdoiii of dottiest i servitor the inferior rsce where wblteri and blie ks aie lt\ nig In community. Hen In lies tli. urem doubt of th> So ithcrn people. lhe> see th< t e .ug of hi?iil.t> t<. Afiicai. slavery pcrvidun; the < hnrcbes, the Sen.lay "> tiools, the mo^al pro prigandlst Ku'ietirs. the school l>ookv ind every kind of moral and religious organization in the \ >rth. aud they bolievo that the Northern people aro s< indoctrinated wltb hotr. d t<" an institution which tbey (now theoro'ically only, through the most exaggeraU d and highly colore I reprcsentations Of those evils that ejre to be foun t iu every < oiiititutcd society, that they despair of justice heing rendered to th^ni Hence the prevailing wish to sever the IkmuIs of political nni'>n. Tho anti-slarerv oligarchy which rule^ th" N>rth through tho clergy and the demagogues, are boMovod to be im.nutobly enthroned tin re, whether their pi'liey t>e for weal or woo lo tho country, It is for tfir Vo'rthernpeople to disabus" this belltr, and onl* hj so doing can the I nion and its immentM btnclits be preserved to us. AN At TIIORI/.KP KXrOt'.SMMi. [Kruin tbe Oalveaton Svmr, Ik*'. 30.) Tip flovcnwr "T Vcnaant. Em us fWrbuki has writ ? ten a Inter to a citir-n ol' IViKtrop, the Hon. Jacob O. HlKKi'. II nplf tvmft'iia A* Utter gi-ntleinii aak In*' i In O tnmor'? * ."*?< C' dc* ruins tii<< incoming Mack rcpu 'In iiu uduiuiirtratioii s policy. Tbo <.o*<<rnor, i fpeant was Sir. lligRiu* benefactor, U?n.k limi un<l< r lim care when a ih'iiuiIih* boy and rais'ng h.m to m-tuuood Mr. ll ^gio' (migrated to Ti" ?<. and i? now on-- of the wealthiest of the cituou* of lfcuitrnp, In lain*-, neuron, anil Other property. II h Ttu?* on iho ?uiv ly qiHtiii<>n dill' i *tM) from tbo-e of Morernor Kairb%nko; hut h?> naturally cntetain* for tha-, grntlom >n HentunOliU* ol tin1 highest regifd, an>i consider* linn a uibj. of no ordinary *bil'ty ai.<i uu^watloable vviae.ity . ih.Mi iv i-rti'.r !? ofewoti to -rod'r-t'ind tb doOtrine and (lolirv m' th'i Hack nMMm party, and h'> feel* ?anthoi u"l to way tluit the Mm of 'enforcing' nnv polic)|>>ii the South i W'ttuMrUM kvmkM ii lit t irate*. by the pn'ty.'! Hi' <]l'<U<nu ali r??inecUsi> "f I i .? "irty with ultra mto|i ?!? Ittkmiato, Who "do n< t lyin it ...owlih n<. ii ? tlH'y ?? ti republicanparty.' Mm party, u ? uri, "vein te ill" Aotiutt' '>n. and aie united tor pre*. rving tin t*uii>u of tli?' Stele*. 1W) '-'.'iti i'l.'io(h< flare State* th?">n-titul iHialriclit tocnutlnne "ml -eg ilatf the inat. tut ton i'i *l* itj wiibit tii""' Btatwi. w um nm all ?rhenleafor utterforlngw libitwho. -by in**." Ho iM-sort* p?i?>iti> ? 'y i bat 'th-' ronuhlicaits and iha trt ? ? ii'inun ity of thn North" > i> thw State* in principle opposed to tiir I'XtWMloa . ... ,;ry into tLo ?fi > > States* mid Territ". .e*. vid ' I Mt ihoUeTi mtir, " otl i '." i n ? \ think It la the tit thf t Jo aggret*He Wo th'nk 'li.. ?' c p- Hey ? f a rli.. ? of Southern politician* is to 'i'o o .? lairodut tion of r! very Into tb< fr- N or tbotu St.. n and lerrkon*. lb!* ?e i?'#.nt, 1" ! iif > . | ibl:ca'i dfvunn of int rfSripg ?a It iU, ?r> i? hfri' It !r. " V priiH-pal p.t'a| 'pli >?f the cot" lii(<"in if tbio antUot >,'U edit.oii of bla k republican ductrtsa i< aa f<4le ?; - e tli .ilk t a Btl 'ortntM totbewbll' p. pn at ion of tlie S-iutli that "lavry ttlftta tl" re but It di s "xiot, and v?e d" aol aea In ? .i ?? "ild Ihj aiiolmb 'd, even if you <!?-i?e ti* aboljril it. Mm 'vill have ilifferam opmi,'?ji oa ?hlo fnbiect, ?>ii>l lb'' liberty of free Hp^'i b thiuk tboiiMmttx problt't" l. H": the rnault of frc? tpenok hihI ? in < i f i la to ?jik out couaarvative and rifhl i-gBcluiMM. \1RGINIA. t NtOM unrKMKNT or rttr. kimiri sr.MKs. (I row wbe I'iH?iiw>utb (Va.) Traits ri(?t.J 4''' or ling to notu-fl the workingiii?n of tiila c ty met in 'iitrt' n-not???! -? at the City Hall, on M?i lay e*i ning, Jafi t ?iv 7, Mr Jaanea H. ilenn nt^ it*t?d the oi>Jeot if tbi'meeting, which wai?. that tliey ini^ht give aome ? rpi on- "ti of optntaa inthMcrMlo of our eoitatry'a af""nira He then nomtDiited X. !*haakeick ao Chairman, v no wa? unanimously ch????. and Mr. Cli'la^ntu uppoint. il s?i retary. Tt WW ordered tlikt n eornmit?"e of (!? be app'lntrd to draw up a preamble and roeolut.iHiii, cxiirnFHiag tb<' gentimeBta of tbe workinKmen of tbia coirirunlty. The ?liairnian .hen app<- ited the following n'lcnrn, vie.? Tnbt Ibtnha'O. Moo? Morton, Jeh:innax Wutaon, Hnrnu"! Han a id ?'mi'-e tin,,. <?n motion, the 0><crctar|> was adde l lo th" rommlttie. APnr >'i ti"ie nprat in dellberttion, thn -ommit'ee uaannni .j m reed on the following pr< uobit and reaoItiUottoiM urb^ioa*-', i?o ,m * of the I'mted ctat<? taking alfMttago <h tii?Mi?'i inditiot) f '.he work ng mm .>f t. 'ry- v 'i ??p to devote all theif eccrf aid <*' ?* 1 man .?oa?.-e >f them j stives vail their families?b.vo .'or ftEusiberof yam | pant governed the nation without regard for our laSoi rests or care for our condition. and ; WtMitug, hy tlMiuicof Mud poDtifUBS, the good uid 1 ship of St Ate, nader whoso Sag lhc worklugir'D of'.he country have enjoyed go muiy blessings, has been ] gjiiM near on to tL<* breakers i>f destruction, ai-d amid ; the whirpool 01 anarchy and confusion; and Whereas, by the rule of laid politicians, the credit of ! our coun'ry lias be?ju injured, ani our fliwnci i) res utom I <-o crippl (1, as to place the government .n a very humiliating (Mitiiiiou betorn the whole civilised w<>rld; aud ; Whereas. the wrkingmoa of the city of I'ortsi .outh, I I* nig vitally interested in thu prosperity ol our e mutry, ' -lid i ho perpetuity of the I'lia, fed called upon to utter o<t* M>'t sole im protest .ipam-t t*<e course horetofOrs I pursued by tin? politic,..;ih in Ont ? '8, us it aereut I pre..ch<'is of ?ed:t<oi, and d.suii.oti; I .. .. re, be it l!i bo!veC, Iu.it wo hold '.L\l . nrt to bo thj ? w fit" most vuliditMAl and mixt "fuii! u m operations on .ill UK |>e.?p,.> thereof that it la pn ble fur human .al.ability to conceive. l.ieolvod. That wo iook upon any . n.pt to br>;ak up this government ?r dissolve ! ? ' . i. > . < an atta :k upon tb' right if the people of in ititry. and tending to destroy the position of e?i 'ii', Chi med by i s all. Ri holved, That ho hold that the constitute u of tho I'oitod states i not a league oupioi between tho States, in their sovereign c. pocity, but a government proper, founded on tbo au< ,4 ion of the people, and . >???>tu,u direct rolMlens between tho ;itizons aud Itself. lb lved, That no power- nhort of a cor vent ion of the people of the who'e l utou, ai "mbled according to the provision of tho constitution, 1i?h |,owor to absolve the citizen i runi hie all-bianco to tho United States. K' olvi'd, Tint wo look ujion aeccwion at the South, and abolition ii'illitlcation at the North, as ha\ ,ng one meaning, vie., treason. Keboiv' d, That a kooI cit./' iiH we mil obey all laws under tnc constit tion, and claim too benefits of the same; but we will submit to no authority ou'sido the law. \ Resolved, That the working ?n<-n of tho country bo t < q;: tied to BUuid by the coaetltution and luion as ho sneei anchor of the:r ho)>es. Resolved, That the daily papers of Norfolk and l'oi.s noueh, ivteirb'iig and BichuKind, oo requested to publish these resolut mis. rbe vote was taken separately en each roeolutlon, wli, ;h were unanimo'.sly adopted. SAYS UK DIP HOT TOTJC F<?R TflB APDKMON ItBfiOt.triow. Mr. Jenkins, of Virginia, who Wad rop irtod to have voted for tbo rosclotioa eomi-ltmontlng Ool. Anderson, we have b^en informed, by a friend, wan .a this city at tl? time. Wo alfco l'<>ol warranted in saying that Mr. Jenkins was utter.y opposed to th>: resolution. MARYLAND. T.KAKD VNION DEMONSTRATION AT BALTIMORE. A brgc I'nion meeting demonstration vae held in B.illiraoirt on Thursday night last, to coi'idor the present alainrng ? onUfltion of the country. After tho usual preliminary measures of organization were gone through with, the following ren.il a timid were presented:? Reiolvc.t That the unity of government which constitute* us one people i-i justly dew to us, for it is a main iiillar in tho ed;li--e of our l'til independence, the support of our trauquillity at homc,oi' oeace abroad, of our safety, of our prosperity, of t' ? 'ry liberty which wo so highly prize. , . Resolved, That not wiMistiir be,m taken to weaken in our min-i ifltlonol the immense value of our nation.; :.--m our collective and individual happinets, we stin t? . .nh a cordial, habitual and Immoveable attachment to It , that we will accustom ourselves to think and speak of it as of the palladium ol our political safety and prosperity; that we will watch for its preservation with jealous anxiety: that we will discountenance whatover may suggest even a suspicion ihni. it mh in aay event be abandoned, aud that jve will Indignantly frown upon every attempt to alienate any portion of our country from tho rest, or 1 * enfeeble the sa,. rod tics which link together tho various i Arts. Resolved, That to the ettleieucy and pet nun 'noo of onr t'nion, a government for tho whole i? If pensable, and that no alliances, however strict, bet',.eei the parts, can be an adequate substitute. ? ... ?r Resolved, That-the government or the I nlon, the onspring of our own choice, uninfluenced and unawed, adopted upon full investigation and mature deliberation? completely free in its principles, iu the distribution of its powers, uniting security with energy, and containing within itself a provision for its own amendment?lias a just claim to our coniidcnce ami our support, and that resiieot for its authority, compliance with its laws, acquiescence in its measures, are duties enjoined by the fundamental maiiins of true liberty. Resolved, That tho preceding reeolu'ions- taken rrom the farewell address of the Father of his Country?contain a declaration of principles aud duties by which wo mean to abide, for weal or f..r woe; whilst, at tho same time, wo claim that every pr .v lege and right guaranteed to us and to our sister States bv the constitution, can and ehall be maintained under atid a. cording to Its provisions, and that we Will never deseciatc th? fame of Washington by tb>- destructi n of the constitution aud tho I'nion, which lire the true mon"meuts of liis glory. Resolved. Ihat various Northern State* have paused laws usually callcd "1'ersonal Liberty laws," which wo be veto be n vio! tlon of tL. constitution of tho United states, of tin: act? of Cou 'resH pis?ed pursuant thereto, and of the sacred obligations winch muse States owe to iii common ci- r try; and hut we appeal to the constitut tml duty, the patriotism, the honor, tho justice and the hri.therh >?d >f the pe.<;><- of those States res p.* tively to repeal th.,so laws, and by every way aud means iu their iiowtl to put down the aggn ssioim of their people on the in, illai list.1 ition.-: of the south rt: States, as the only wav to rem <ve t'10 well founded discontent and com plaints l their brethren of the Southern states, mid I which not removed,may pr?vo fatal to our I'nion, as w il a- t'l th< - vital interests which ought to bin 1 us top 'h<'r as one oe?pl-i. i:i wlveu, ihat tiio present condition or our country doii.i11 !,? of .ill who love h.;r a spirit ol i'?lraev, of candor. ! >f i ncil' ti"n, of c'rtMW-fcm nnd of sell'sacrifice, ai d ill. t, we hail with thankful and Impel ul hearts the patriotic cflbrts now being mado in 0< .gr*s* t<>r the settlement , as wc trui t forever, of tli- dat genus questions at Issue, on some constitutional, Just and equitable princiand that u< ? r ' ur statesmen and MMM, wl' " her of the North <>r of the Sonth, as may contribute mont to this h"lv end, will challenge the highest pla<. iu the af feein i ? uf Oir country; aud those who may refuso to ?. , tie i aid to th.s holv p"rpo*e may jo My e\-pe.-t, as iii* > v. ill be an re to receive, the condemnation and reprobation of the present as well as ol future a,;<8. Hen. Reverdy Johnson was introuueed to the meeting. uk. ji>u.i?on's wnm. After quiet was restored and the cheers subsided, Mr. J. i.nhon began an argument on ??cession, lie dei.ied t'ic . :ght Of a State to separate li Il from tie; con'oder t V by any act of her own. He quoted large'y from Thomas .letlerson, Andrew Ja-'kson and Man.el W - ter ,n s ipport of his argument K *tate i'i? no r ght to resume the powers delegated to th.- cou'- d. rat on, ati th.it f.vt -.as settled In 1832 when t.encra, tack-on i-su> I his procUt. tion. He had just p?s-ed through a campaign at that time, and tho diflieuliie"- were u< i that i di phonof 'he 1 nion was tiir-atmed, but p<-ace restored and the country prospered. Mis argument w.i ;ir?trii ted, after whi< h h? spohe of the evils which. V' I "vdisc Iution of the I'mon wauld bricB with .t. the pe<.pie of tie ^tate of goutli *'iir"lina tl ought they weioout of the I'mon, hut such wf* not the <?? e, and they w^re "ist .is niui h a part and pai ?* i of th ronfederitry as ? v r before The people ol Maryland did aot 'o lose tli.it State, and the time was not far distaut whiH sli" and other ot the cotton States would g' i v ' omc l. u k. Tl North had violated the rights of the South, cut there wre laws under w hich all their right* ^oulu be taaiuta:t.ed In th fn on, but which eould i. >t I' m.. nt.i in d out .t. lie pointed to the federal standard susj>eiided in th ? centre or the hall, and said an attempt has been made to d.sgrace it by one of the membeis of th? cwiederacy, and another had b? en su!ist .t ited, which was never known to the w -rid, and which w nld never be kuoun t" the world?one which Mo-.ilti r would never hive reared. The people of South C;iiolma bad taken poffessinn of tho 'eder.il projx'rtv in fharlcst.-n, -nd in mercy th y were permitted to hold temporary possesion of it. They had taken |x>?3?t?sion <?f two ol' the foft?, but Sumter wah lett, and \nderson cnnld hold it spainst all tlK'ir op^iosltion. The taking of the poss. - -ion "f llie iV-deral p- ;y, pur eh..jed with the monev of th fnltM State , belonged to the whole of the States, and it was but an of impertinence. Hut if they could hold t, it would "isin nniHiverish them, as it was susum"-' at hoavy cost to the government. The llg"ith",,M8 -md buoy* were also the property ot all tlus States, ani i hey were nconwiiy to C4?mm?!r??e. But .idn. t that South Csroiina could holl th ? nrop-rty and make i"harli>?ton a free cliy, sir' her commer c would Ik- a pr-jy to the pr ateers of tie Uier aud ctaintri? s, and soou thc> would tc-lnc^' i id- -raIde situation, which, if report* he U is not, now mum t be envied In tl.e pr-at Str e for ndepend lice lb nrst b'ow was struck an th< -ol "f M. -<sacliu.?-tis, an-l the bones of her cituem alm<wt wb .<-n the soil e,c y Stale. The deeds o tb we brave nn-u <*' I u<H oeloi"* MaSMcluwetts -ilone, hut they t-el-trcd to the wu e ,-ou' r . \nd in tho- dais .south Caro..n' to-k her part , event!Ill str ,-'ic had her fiuckne- Mar M. 1 I'rle, md ot! m-s but they did i.--? be'-.ng to h-?r alone the peredo ot tiio whole ii'in try c vine-' tliem, : they bel-Tgod t<i the whol? p?s-, ?. P c e ml- 1- rary ami then-.. Slid the) could iMt -elolig ?' -?'<te ,u. v -i ?*. in ttvii'ngi -n 1 "u.'el a!oi ?? to v k.oia. Hut ther-wa? n ? d. iger that al! the Sta'-s won. I not -1,11 come lis-k the I were wanted a-id he re i ci\ i d w th| .I-.L-U1- It wann ?-sir.-thu thiu-h.uM I, i. ,i t.. i.n -rd ;iu "t-P"-'" ??>' t" ?he N .rthern ~!,;iesto ,,-ak-tl - < 'iu mi k which will guar...iUs t.. all the '??tales their ngn lh N'orth w n tin- ag C,-, -or ..ml to t-auie. and th. SiutU - a imtbli-i- ? <? ,t the t .me ^ atid cimie wi n '1 'lie itflcult . .-uld be healad and peace and pm-penty t>e i-store.1 dr. Johnson "(x-ke at length, and li s remarks were so pro tra. t<d Mml hut a islnt Id a "t then an hi ' u-n nol.itws? ;h? hoi.i i<her he concluded lhroughout he was , re.,-irntly interrupted by appla-.i-e. and ot-ce or twice bv cool usion on the tioor At the conct skm of his remarks tl.ree che?-s were g.ven f'-r (-<>v Hick-, tliroe for Ms --.r tr,Jers?n, thr.-o groans f..r Pr^-ident Huch.u an snd three ^r.jans f--- South t'arollna. I.KTTKR FROM HON. JOHN J. CRITTItNllKW. The follow ing letter from Hon. John .' Crittend. n was r<> SrNAT*. Jan. 3. M61. 1 ha\?just h.ul the honor to rccelve j*nur letter ef the .list ult., Inviting me to wldrr' ? a I nlon meeting of your fellow eltifen* of Maryl-iad, s >n to he held In the city of Baltimore. It is Impossible that I could he Insensible to the honor doue me by such an invitation, and I thsnk you, gentlemen, for the very kind and complimentary terms In which you liavt nrged my r.-ceptwn of that Invitation. Y"t It is not In my power to aocept It My health is not. just now. very good?that I could disregard; hut my duties here so occupy tue that 1 feel 1 ought n<>t to withdraw myself from them for a day while such vital questions are depending. Yoii will be please I, gentlemen to make my e?cuse *? crptable to your t'nion meet_ ,ng and s*" fe them of my sympathy?my warm and cherished uipnthy?il all their Union s?utim?uts I have the I i, to be, very respectfully yours,^.^.^. The question wi?s then put on Mie reso!ut'?ns, s 1 adopted bv a larre vot< A sruflle t>ok place, t. whicn n larg o -d. of po.iee m tsrfere.' at.d qnlet v?S sinin n^st^red Mum i A lYiusr. I>q ' Allegi n y, war Wr?! i." (0 the audienaO; and niii'ie ~ ah".rt address a wb ? 1. l eas sured tho mooting <tu>t the 4. pic it. th? m< lutu.u district were for the Union flra: a ^diul. Aiuri.iaic walk1; tho meeimg a^jouined. MASSACHUSETTS. THE BJCI'OKrKI) MiriTAKY MOVEMENT. Tbe Boston Brt says:?W; are authorised to contradict in 'bo most poeit'V" manner ''.a rejiort that hln bwUnex (.overuor Andrew bus scut i..?-s.an^8 to Hit Governors of ilaine, New Hampshire and Vermont '.rgtng tbe enlistment of tr**]*. niere In u?t a shadow of tru'h In the rumor. CONDITION OF THE BOOT AND SHOE MARKET. Tbe Ik*:ton Shut c ml /.authtr !le]*>r('s of lint vc.ek Suva V\ itli tho boot an<l -Uoo iruile ;ve continue to not ? 1 glxnny feeling. Collections ooutiuuc alnost ini|M!*io!c. aud orders lor good* are among the things that wore. Scarcely any stepe arc taking to {n-r*Me the stocks on bund; aud fr> m pri -ciit appearances, w:th 'lie large arao'tut of h-jes let 1 e\et in 1'ejil slrect, an<l ilie prospective <lei.ui.id, which muFt be limited, it will be good Judgment to take no Ktepa towards making up goods before buyers come n.to market .u.J leave tb> ir orders. Rat's ...f leather will rale low ut tbe comuioi.cement of the ensuing season, and if our doalerH, contiary to their usual custom, meet the buyers of sbjes with a rfniall stock, they will probably be enabled to obtain a fair prolit on their goods. We are glad to observe this tendency among tbe tr kdo to hold oil'until there nre symptoms oi a demand for their wares. There has been no seoix>n lor tho past three years xvtai n there were not more shoes in this market tli m the reouirements would warrant; aud the introduce ion of machinery has Increased the facilities for production to a greater extent than even many members of the trade are aware. This lias culminated in tbe en tiro breaking down of many of tho weaker manufacturers during tbe i>HSt eightetn mouths; an 1 withtn the some period hurdly a person In tho trade can show a margin of prolits. Many of tho largest houses commenced the new year with $50,000 or$l'<0,000 less means than they could command a year ago. Wbllo the manufacturers of heavy boots and buyers are getting out hardly ai'y gonda, we cc*nsktnally hoar of a maker of tine work who I.j.s .ak' U advantage of the low ratos of stick and labor to got up his gutdg in advance of his. m igbbors. One large operator in l.ynn is getting up about two thousand pairs of ^hoes a da-, the labor being performed at about one-third to one hall the usual rater, and with plenty of help oflering at those rate*. ARKANSAS. RECESSION MEETING IN DALLAS L'0I"NTY. At a rccent county meeting bold at lYipceton, Dallas county, Aik., ih? eommitU;e uppointiid to draft resolutions reported th<' following, which wero unanimously adopted:? Iteaolved, 1. That the legislature of Arkansas be reqiD-Kied to call a Convention tor iho people to dotermiue what cours" of action the State will take in the present crisis of political affairs. 2. That the Legislature be earnestly requested to appropi iate at least llvu hundred thou.s aud dollars for the purpose of ai ming tho cit.ito to meet any einergeucy that may uiM. ? a. That his Excelleucv Governor Rector be requested to appoint suitable drill otlicers for each county in tho State. 4. That our representatives in the legislature bo requested to use all honorable means to carry out tho spirit Of tlx above resolutions. TBE UNITED STATES REVENUE CUTTER i SERVICE. TO TUE EDITOR THE ItERAf.D. Brooklyn, Jan. 8, 1M1. There is considerable hue and cry lu the papers about there not being any avollublo vessels, of light draught, which the President could order to Charleston should ho doe ire to do so. Thin is unnecessary, as thorn are uo lean than eight revenue cutters scattered along the coast from Norfolk, Ya., to Eastport, Me. These vessels range from one hundred and tlfty to six hundred tons, and if manned and equipped, as allowed by th > Revenue act of 17##, would render good service when willed upon. The law referred to allows "seventy wen, including non lommissioned officers, gunners, and marines;" but at present none of them, except the Harriet l.ane, which has her war complement on board, has more than fifteen or twenty seamen attached. There would be no difficulty In getting full crews for the whole of them in a very short time if government desired, as there arc plenty of seamen unemployed at present. If theso cutters were fully armed and manned, tho government would have at its command eigbt handy vessels, of light draught, carrying about twet y-fiveguosand five hundred and sixty men. This is a force of no ordinary account in these squally times, aud there is no reason why these cutters should not be ordered to tho Brooklyn Navy Yard to (It out at oncc. Even If they are not needed, there would be no harm dlJffo to havo tliem armed and manned as the law allows. It would, at least, give employment to a few of o>.r mechanics and penmen, which of itself, during theso h-ird times. would justify the government iu putting the vessels in sea trim. In 1 s">2 General Jaekson sent u fleet of eight or nluo revenue cutters to Charleston,ond employed them against tli.? nullillers with good eff?v'. Why should they not bo used now as they were then ? If tho r ? it tor William \ik<n. at Chariest"*, had been armed and manin d, as she should lm\e been, tho Iteu'.eoants could have made re. stance (against h"r traitorous ciptain, and those who assisted him, placed iho ve?sel under Major Anderson s (runs at Fort Hum tor, i.nd saved tho t nlted States the disgrace of haviuKhud its public arme<l cruners r.iptiiied hy the re\ '.uti u-lsM. Xo delay should be in attending to putting tli<> revenue cutters in coi.dilum for service, no that their crews would have time to bo exeicised at the gum- before lieing called upon for active duty. The following 1 u lift of the rever ie cutters rofcrrel to above. They are all sailing vessels, schooner rigged, exc?pt th*' Harriet Ijine. which is a ? '.uauier:? IHinne, Captain Kvans, stafned a' Norfolk, Va., and almost a n^w ve *el. 1'hilip Allen, captain Sands, stationed at Baltimore, Md.. and alme<t a lit w vessel. Forward,<'nptain Von.#,st.it or ".j al Wilmington, Del , mi old vessel, and cirrles two g ins. li..rriet lane, Ci i iln launch. stati"n<y| at New York, is a li? w ship, propelled by steam, carries four 24 pound Pahlgrien -Me gnus, with lurg 02 po nd pivot tun forward, and a full crew. .lames Campbell, Captain Clarke, sta'anel at New 1a>u<<ou, vX>nn., nearly new, en: ries oue pound pivot gun.uiid is pierceu for t'our side i uns Morris, O.ptsm Whltcomb, stati< ned at Boston, is an ?Id \ei sel, nod c i? rles two 12 poflnd guns. Ca cb fuelling Capt tin Wslden statiouelat Portland, Me . hull in nood condition, is pie reed for four side guns, ami could carry a pivot run. but only has oue 12 plunder on board. ,'aukson, Captain Cars* n. stationed at Kastjiort. Me , Lull good; carries two 12 pound guns and a g's*! name MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. BV8I? fcS8 IN MANCHESTER, N. H. It is reported li.at business never was l?ottcr In Manchester than at the present time, notwithstanding the excited state of the country, and tho prevailing opinion South that the laboring classes North are on the verge of starvation. Every spindle in tho large factories is running on full time, and a larger amount of goods are turned out than ever before Tho pay roll of the operatives alono amounts to f110 ,?nw per month. BOOTS AND 81!Orn WANTKD AT CHAIU.B9TON. The Shot unit Ltn'hrr UrjorUr s-js it is a curious circumstance that a)m<?t the first orders of the sespon were received by scveTal fearl street bouses on Tuesday. from a large dealer In Charleston, S. C.. for boots and shoes. THE rHICE OF m.AVES. The New Oris*us Itcf^ine of the 8th Inst, says:? Many persons surmised that tho troubled conditions of public aflhhs would hive a tonuency to depreciate lave property. It seems however, thai such is not the ease. Wo learn that llr Foster, slave dealer, 79 Haronne street, sold yr?terd >y twenty eight plantation negroes, ma c and female, ai prices varying from $1,3V) to 91.600. according to age and sex. Inis does not Uv>k like a falling oil in prices. BEI.l :iK* MOBBRP. Henrv Ward Beech. 'ect , ed in New Haven List Friday nigh ??ii leaving the building a volley of rotten eg^s was flroii t his carriage. He drove oi! ? \id the groan* of a la ? rowd who afterwards folio ed him to his b.ucl, at. . rc|?eat> 1 the compliment of hoarty groans ? \rw Vorl. Unriubly of i li lias been said In reference to t he Assembly of j tfli listing o' new men.be-s to ..n extraordinary de gr"e Tins i<1 ?a is Incorrect. In is??0 there wore four more than there aiv the present ye r. Then the number uf entirely new members was one hundred this year it is nine'y six. The political class,iKatlon is *s follow ? Kcia.li .cans M I' mocrats - - ? ? ? ? ? ? The thirty two old memoes served in the following years ? \HW 23 1H40 1 1WV9 4 1 18f</-7 1 1M4 1 1-.4-S 1 ? 1S&1 1 Total 32 i me of them Mr l.iMl-i"hn) was Urst dfcteit m IMS, and is bow serviug on his seventh term. Ibe uc? upai lous of the mem! Tsare:? l.'mers 41 Builder.. 1 lawyers.. . 22 Bookbinder 1 Merchants. 9 Qartmau 1 Clerks 1 CI ril engineer 1 Manufacturers 4 Editor 1 Millers 3 Glover 1 linn eft makers 2 llatter 1 Real estate 2 Pilot 1 Forwarders 3 Railroad oooduetor 1 Iron founder 1 ship carpenter? 2 leather dresser 1 stationer 1 I.ivery stable 1 Surveyor 1 l umber dealer 1 Tanner 1 Mechanic 1 Teacher I Nurseryman.. 1 Writer 1 Physician. 1 Retired 4 I'lumber 1 I uknown - 0 Blacksmith 1 ? r? Total V? Supreme Court of tl?e Ualted States. JABVABT 11.?No. 42. th.-lessee of Isaiah Frost et al., plaintiffs In error, vs. The Frostbnrg Oonl Oofnpanjr?The argument of this cause wa* concluded by Mr. H winter Davie. No. 43 Susan Vlrel, plaintiff In error, vs llenry Naylor administrator of (ieorge Naylor, deceaa. I ?This eans? was argued by Mr. Blair for the plaintiff in error, aud hy Mr. Bradley for the defendant in error. No 44. Wm A. Hull, plaintiff In error, vs. Joseph U l'aptn ?This eanse was srgue.1 by Mr. Blair for the de fendant In error, and submitted on printed ar.'Utnonts by Mr Merriman for th" d? fendant in error, and by Mr. Br. ening for the plaintiff in error. Adjwersed. City Inuilig Met. I fetrooD Mimwt*.?the police last ? rouing, aioui I seven o>lock, found the InJ body of -> nun ? John Saxou lying in front of No. 229 Bowery, near ' -ret street. Saxon had no doubt U*n murdered, a? an ugly wound wh found ia his breast, evidently matte with a knife. The deceased had been drinking with John Uoyio and an unknown man, froiu Baltimore, ana they left t jtj saloon separately. Half an hour afterwa Saxon waa fonnd murdered. The polloe arrested Doy.. and ^ waa locked up. The man from Baltimore - .?u?l ir i be found. Doyle asserts his innocence. Fi*k is Khtthrmt Ptr?tt.?On F:: ?rtUy i v v fl,.a re von and fight o'clock, a tire w<t U>- ?vei e>t?u the 1 k manufactory of Francis Winte* in Fuij-ttrst street, near the Ninth avenue. Mr. Winter returned to the factory to ee it all was safe, and founl a Ore burning on the floor around the stove. The tire was put lut with a fow pails of w?ter. The Fire Marshal ctammcit the premises, nni taiueu thit the lire nus caur*.d by placing Hook* too close to the stove to dry. The Marshal gave Mr. Wiutjr :i notions, in order to proventa tire occurring nth sni' manner again. Tli" da -lago by the tire was but~|F tritiXg Mr. Winter ha* an insurance on his stock oi i'2,:C( in tho I/'uox and Kings County (nsurance comu ii and ?4,000 on machinery in the Tradesmen's, At an tie and Kelief insurance companies. Tho building in < wued by John Dolany. and is insured fir $3,oOO in tho Broadway Insurance Company. Fuik is Seventh Awck.? About hilf-past eleven o'clock ou Sunday morning a lire broko out :n the feed store No. 102 Seventh avenue, owned by S. J. Cornel). The upper part of the building was burn.jd ofl\ w hen iUe firemen succeeded iu extinguishing the tire. Tho damage >o the stock will amount to about *KtO: insured for $160 in the Astor Insurance Company. The building is owued by Jacob S. Moore: it is damaged about ;..i00, and is in sured for $100 In the i'eter Cooper Insurance Company. The lire was cnused, it is supposed, from a store pipe. Firr n? E-ANT Tw*h*t-se\ fnth Stkekt.?Between si* and seven o'clock last Dlglit a lire was dlfcovtred in tbo grocery store No. 162 East Twenty-seventh street, awnad by Grcss & Martin. Tho flnmts were speedily extinguished. The dotragi Will ^unoont to ai out $26. Supposed to Lave been set on fire. Finn ix Murray Street. ?Yesterday aftoruoon, shortly before four o'clock, a fire broke out on the instfioorof No. 18 Murray ttroet, occupiod by Nlxou & Kiremud, wholesale dealers in upholstery giMHlx. Before the flames wore extinguished a Ions of nearly $10,000 WftS sustained; fully covered by insurttuce. Brooklyn City ?I?wi< ' HonRihii M' i hep?A Fun Ccm hwChud's Tar ur.? About midnight on Saturday, officer Caster, of the Inspector's Department, found a man walking up an) down the basement of the (lty II;>11. On inqu ring his business. the man gavo his nam* as James Martin, said ha ' had cut his child's throat, ii. consequence of a quarrel with his wife, arising from jealousy, and entreated ti ba looked up. On the ofilier expressing Incredulity, M- tin showed him a bloody razor, saying it was the insu J mint he hnd perpetrated the deed with. The officer thai locked him tip, and, following the directions of Mart a, went to a house in Bergen street, thrro door-' east of Powers, where ho found the child, an infant eighteen months old, lying dead, with its throat gashed ioaibj fearful manner. Martin's wife stated that her husOxoiJ is subject to periodical fits of derangement, at wh..:h times be becomes outrageously joalous, and denies Jie paternity of bis child, but that ordinarily he is an exetnKry husband and father, iio is nupptwed to ue an Kngituun. Coroner Horton has been notitied. Wllliamibug City Newt. > F Sm-ioiocs Fir*.?A Ore broke out at three o'clock yw>, terday morning in a stable in Park street, near Third av?v n ue, belonging to Christopher Bronaon. The tlaim-i wero subdued after committing damage amounting to aboufc ?200. Insured in the Atlantic Company. It is considered a suspicious circumstance that all the horses in the stabia had been loosened previous to the fire, and that a '.irgq dot , thatis usually kept chained, was also at largo. Book Keritw. MAM'AI. OF IkSTRCUTION FOR TUB VOMrNTEER0 and Militia of thk United States. Uy Major Wm. Gilliam, Instructor of Tactics of Uw Virginia Military Institute. 1 toI. l'iino., 743 pp< Philadelphia: Charles Dosilver. This book is one of the bent of Its kind extant. It in 'U fact a compendium, treating of every branch of military service, bcguinicg with the organization of on Army an J a general nc-fmnt of the fore arms of tti ?>rv< >3?infaa* try, eavttlri , artillery .tuU rngtr ers th ; 'ties of "aob in the conduct of n cam pa The tactrai portion of tha book en.braces very full instructors for every kind of infantry troop*, from the fchoo'. >t the pyidler to that of the battalion: cavalry tai tics ' -om the school ->f 'the troopof to the instruction of th<> r *imeot, and artillery tactic? Ironi tlie school of the piocc to the evolution of th" bat* tery. TI.e whole will be found in strict couforn)ity with the requirements of the I'niU states service. From Arlzonn nn?t f>.uaura. OCR TUC'dt ? V C< >RR??<PONI ' SOB. TYcson, k 23,1*40 firnnti of Ok h'intt of Way irmtt Stnora?V'f.minU iff "m Rn-o!u:imiisti. rfc. Pesquiers, Governor of fouora, ha? at last been 1. .ghu en? ! into liiv mlity Rearing that the new lib"ra! r*rtjp under Klveira were bargaining with certain Americana for money, arin#, Ac kc., i. consid< it>< u of the right of v>my. he issued a .'?cree .1 -leys sines, al'iwing ?b<J introdnn ion of all American go>w aito Guaymjo- en rmtta for the I nltcd States, by puymout of a duty of ten peif ceut ad vaknm. Ibe right to run a etagc from fluaymaa to Tucson hafl alfc' been grouted U> purties in Ouavmas Tho grant oC right 0 way it to li t' ?a long :is the Qovornor e'<?s fit. l'esquiera lus m.i<ie tine grant only to bead oil'and defeat the new liberal |>urty, whose avowed purpose wer immensely popnlar it. the State \'<> one in this region believes then is nuj slncerit 1 creo. It is be? lieved th.it the ;.arti<* to whoii -ivn the Htag4 privilege have advanced com-. r? e money, by which op. rat leu tbi-y will doubtless be iak>-u in, as most peoplq who have dealings with Ignaeio Keeqniera are. Rh'eira, commander of the new liberal party. with 28<J ten. Is camped near Tuhac. pic paring to Invade Sonora. It is rumored that Kuward fc. Cross is one of the vhieC officers of the expedition. Court Caltadar-ThU Day. Cmtm> 8tat*-'IJisthkt Cot'KT.?Nos. 39,3V, 32,38,36. ?6, 49. 60. 81, 62. Pi iuaiE Cot BT?Cmrv,rr.?rart 1?Oyer and Termlncn. Part 8?Nos. 1601, 13*3, MO 134. 140, 113,144, I4?, 163, 164,160. 168, 164, ICO, 170, 173, 174,l'O. 178,1*0. Hi tmiok Cxitsr.?Part 1?Nos. #60, 0l?, M9, 087,1017. 1077. 1083. 1086, 10S7,10M, 1007, 1103, 110ft, 1107, 1100. Part 3?Nos. 830. 884. 18, 603, 810, 870,144, 431,400,072. 300, T64. Common Puua.?Adjourned to fourth Hon.lay In th<j month. THK FIKRWCR. * OF EXEMPT FIRE! eting at Firetni i._- Hall, Tuesday, ltth Inn'., at P. ASSOC I ATI O N OF EXEMPT FIREMEN.?ANN (J Alt ts.1 eting at Flretni ?"? Hall, Tuesday, 14th Inai., at 7H P. M. t>?e. rs to be elect?-dfoi the year, Ac Punctual attendauce is requested. C. W. WHEELER Reoor' ng Hec'y. MILITAHY. MILITARY EQCIi'MENTH.?KNIFE AND SWORD Kra^baida, Pistol Holsters, Bella and every vorle'v at I bare gi< ater facilities for manu.acturlng ib>> alx ve goods than sn> h' mr lu the rlty. PREDEHICK STEV fclNH, 21ft Pearl ?U??t. H K WARDS. CiC REWARD.?LOHT. ON THE EVENING OF TUB ?P?? lith inst.. In Histi. smmt, uMwmi FourtMDlk ? vl F.gUteriiUi atraris, a I uncb of Kevn, two of bn?? tud on* of ?eSL By -< tt rtilBf th<-r>i 'o Mr Mauric*. M Llspruaivi s reet, the f i4cr will rer?i>e '.he abov? reward. ?| ? REWARD-LOUT. ON SATl'RDAT, uril INST., ? ? . I go:. r|ri ulsr \V?t?h ("isln. In ?"ing innn Forty-ninth st'rnt ami h ighth nrrtitie to Fli tlolh str^t and Rroadwai> TI.e Order m til reeeivs thr above reward by leaving It at 7*1 . Eighth *> <-nue. THB liKCTFRK RRAHOII. BIRie- MEW OF SUA VERY.?IN ACCORDANCE WITH tit. nvttatlon ol a tmn'>e? . f leading (fntle.wn In this city, R' I>r. *. nts.l Raphall has eoaac .ted to repeat hU fast da* dlseonrae on th<- Rible View at Slavery, at the ronma of the f '.Rtorlral MMjt, Hecoad avniu1, o?<rnerof Eleven'b street. onTl nrsday evening, January 17, it half past 7 o'clock P. M. Tlrkeia only to be had at Mr. T. J. Orowea's bookstore, him r of Broadway and Fourth slre-it. M^hr. niLEER-a t.rcTURF on *two rtstkmm of Labor," postponed on Wrdnesday evening last, on trcount of the extraorrilnary r-ughneaa of the weather, wf.l certalr'v t>e delivered at Clinton Hall, Astor pla-w, this iMonday) earning, .Ian. 14. admiaslou 25 oents. Tl. kets at tb^ door; I hose for the first evening good for the second. KMTAVBART|| D?BONT FOROF.T-THAT THE FRIRNDR or WM B1NI.F.T A HE N.I HONEY sre reqnsated to ojUl at tlyI W aterCioest on Wednesday ueit, to partake of a Bns Kngllah corned round of Reef, a Cumberland Ham, As., Ao. 101 spring street. We still litre (m^ RFEN TURTLE ROUF AND fTEAES AT KELLY <?, T ZHS Hudson street. Eidc ims will find two splnndid TurMes served up this day. Families supplied. Green turtle?oreen tttrtle?a lcxdrt ? Two of eur distinguished Southern friends Just arrtvn4 per Quaker City will be served up at KELLY'R. M Hudson Street, this day, In Soups and Bteato WHEN ROEEET fTLTON PUT HIS FIRST BTEAMboat en the Hudson, almost every one said bs would fail. So It is with every one who originates a new Una. So It la a ilk Robert flpsaesr: hut If he does fall the publt. shall hav? the benefit, ss he still continues to sail Philadelphia Ajs fmf three eents 8PENCER, No. 2 t'ortlaadt street, northsr??t SPORTTRO. FRANCIg BT7TLER. ft PECK (HJir, Vf .AlhsTES rhatc+ brr*<\t "f *Utck for ??)* BlWS^^lSS! rtirt and F)*m fn^rrnlnmor. flu o*mi* j>?r bottle. MBrr. TmlnlBf, DWmhmn*#, , of OCRS,'* 9*- IK* hflftr*** lnla?#<1, Mr W?Uc)o+ for all iUi>Mfs

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