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   New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - July 29, 1852, New York, New York                                tt mtliiau> BTowniw Ho 113 MrmM BMkaua and   A TAII turcE. TiiKonouR E TOHMVIOW. anj A E. WILI.AKD. will lie prvteot and Ihe C'liiN. Br order ROUEBT MUHRVY, Cornmittne E s MLPHKKSON, nf E. W MOHUAN Arraiue.iiBnli IV Industrial Home Association, No. 3 The 6th regular meeting i f Association will bn held at Uunm BnndinM, No. 163 Bowery, on FRIDAY KVEN1NO. July M. Thu Aianciatinn is onrsnized on the same us N'  W B Nn II P U pmii'er. No lisllarrnw J Cmnmeiford, No t.i-1 J A HaDdliiili. No 116 Sprmr It and at tin- nil the'evrniiig of mretirifc J COMaiEKFuHU. Hresideul. J. A. Hi.Mjs i fit, Secretary (T Mamaroneck Homeslend Mcniben ni iha ahnve .ire i amc'U.irK re eJ to attend their mentinr. on THURSDAY Juljr 19. a: Muonic Hall. Nn i'l UfiiiJ >l 11 hm ne-i uf imprnaare ronirx before the mealinr All llii tlur.N nf 11m uemberit' In'-i arf nnw ready, lit Militirr H til Uowerr, by yiug lo THOMAS SMITH By order nf J B At'KKR, NKL-iO.i SrRATT, Rpcordiair, Secret CV Mimaroueck Aiioclntl A. meet tor in the e ill he held a: H ill. Nn J71 Grand si THfS EVKNINc! Tho mmnbori urn im'lrn laltj miueitrd lo ha punctual, there n nl' nn- poiuinee befnre the miion Hy order "f J B At'KKH. Si-rtt rr, Secrel.tn_________ iy inemhiirs ,t EJIPIHE I.ODCE. NO 1 PROTESTAN'T ASHGL'IATT'W. are reniiestuil tn thsir ot 1 H17RSI1 4. V, ihe iJili. m u'rlo in lin'l'it" rcsulenrs. No l'J6 BriHiklyu ai four ll.jclm'k THIS (Tlmraday.) July W O W SMITH. H S W U QflMBY, N O fT New-York Laden, .Mo. I. O. or O. F M'luhers uf LI aerrhf n cirtnl tn attain! the Lodie Room THIS at 9 t attend the funeral of our late Brother, David Kmr. irnu Nn UUliverit BANlEUll LOUD N. Ii JOHN C V Y, Secretary. OT to il from I.i itnw ilimi tlrdeiw. at the Iniit cf C'uml-al CniMirnrei wi I i nn Boaxd. jnd alteud to ihe receipt ni their n i _________ E K COLLINS fT Sonera CJolil Mining Bi-vk FKANl'li It KL'UliLr.S, HreuJeiil Ili'l-Mi- mtiry OfTii e ..f Sdn1 diul Triiisfer of Sin( Nn 66 Hnaverxl. New Su Ship-Canal -The I'islirrlei Canadian Keclprocity. u' ,N''lc 7i-nfj s H i NI. TUN. luly 27, In a ilf li.'.ti- which oivnrroil this inornliij in tho Soii.ilf on '.hi; suliji-Ll d tin- tnli ti) construct a shijjciiiil an '.i.i! tin- F.illi ol S! W.irvX it w n that the wirk tn ri'li-rem i- lo the deli-nee nl tli" l.jki- lninliT-, in c tse of t war with Ihitiin Mr I'oi K, it 1-% known, was sn niv.cli iinjirpssci! wuh l'u' Ht.itK-e of this work. :is i nii'.i'is of n r.i-in i! ilctcnce, th it In- hid "I rcciiiiiirn-iiilin.; n to L'cu- .Mexican Hut Sen.n JOHN [I it Li., nf I at exfrv ol n l-inl i: rltl u-ii'i on till Nnftlii'rii i-i c I-MI of other w ir. He tli.il, ii ni'il llii.idi' i. no -.-riiins riMi-t i-ic-- w KI'1 U- OUYieil tiy ;in.Vc-r, ,1-1 I I'll- c would ri'il tn iii it o 1 ir u w r iM n lillc on (he ['i-iii! drill Un: in ti n't" anct' t-' .1 n; t A e-it. I't..... iinlli i- We ll iM- i- c i i'i i'i.M i. ire, f, i n t'r- SOtirce. af It alJonN ni .1 nv nt c'l i n i- tn r cover the Kisl'i-rifs When we n-t m- i'i.' COUDliy now fo'ii'iris.'t'li1 I'niM'r 1.1' I'o we sli t it u ho n-il. i n'c i .1 i tindiiiniieil irJc in :hf ailj n ci t l-'i-'ii.u' >M i !f The rn inein1 "I and lluinocr.ils, connilunllv lic'icvi- tli it ery ilis-ptite will [cm! to w.ir, iri I tin- 1.1 vnsion air! tin- C'.iMid n I .1" .I'lr-r British (lrpeniVn in Sorlh we werf in i e )inl iti'iii wn-it Pnn ft p'i fall's friini I- r.inc-i- -iii.l g i tli.'in to 1'n- Brllinh I rt'iiiein'icr." :is I'HITIMM said, I rcnnenjjior they, tin" Ne Ktiu'l in I colonies, rniM'd uri ;irtnv. Irmn the Krench Th it w 13 the I'riti'rnrne ol N-- v. England rnfn, nmli'r tnt- rn ri-n ind of H >'i ol i Nrw-Kncl ind tishorin.in, Sir I'm-rEu H.t. Thai l'ftcri'il--e -eiuri'il tu l- the fihhtnc; iiiiht-1, wer-1. .if a joint uf all Bnlish Mi'ijt'ds bflnrc ihe n-i.iltri m. It t.i n> unirnpaireil 'iy the trc v ol 1 e hue now to the 1-41111.111 or ler 'u re- cover a npht which w.i.> our unjin.il hirl'irulii as much so as the territory on which -.vc -.timl, or the pruinjilt fur wi> Tlie cxiHil.Mon ol dll rule Irmn I'll-, ('oii- t Lite n I, is the JIIM .irnl nrrc'i-.'irj [ii-in e ol the atleilij.t nl tlie lioi-crritiienl tu -In im from th" Kinh -nes, furce'l con-'rni-ti'in of the Coiuriitinii of The peojilc ol the I 'nri .1 S' tt >s ire n i1 t'le !e- i Jetrrtliliinl I.i resist because (hey are a'nnit it lu-.vr m.-ii dallf, fimii .ill of tin- I niun, t.ilk 'jnn-tly of the prosiiect ol a w ir Thi! Canada Uerijirucnv project N killed de nl by thi i Hrttl.-ll ontraji- 'Vlie t'otinni'Ine, whi-re the has In-en matured, will tint M-ntiir.- to rcpoit it Mr HlM'K-- niiite i "roit ike. il he got fishing rn'.1- ;t'i uidiici-nu-Hi to the passage of ihe bill. U in -ml IHTC il Mr Hlfi'KH.I.-ite Inspector (irni-ral ol C.in i-l.i, pro'n.it- ed Lord UKKRY to this T A HKIR Port! unl .1 mi T the fi.ilowinZ acfounl of i hear li-'til, win 'li Iranxjured in Andover, Norlh Surphti, Dilord Maine, on Thursiiay lasu As EBVSTV- HEIX, R yotinK tnnn ot 2u ycArs, lisying in lim I'n Id. m-ciiilipanieil fiy a ho) nf 12, n inn-d Dois, he looki il up and SAW near him ttruo ht ic'< hear, of the while-Hoed hrefil, (Ihc most ut tliu blsick Elm IIIK Inkeii his pin with him to H'IOIH paitridtir', he U up anil firi-d .it the hrule, but w uti llllle clfrct, ni the hesr hi-ijiri In clmc IIJHMI him nuu-ilion wan now a fnahll'nl one, hut Itif coolness did not forsjke anil he l nnieilinlnl) tired ugsln, bui wnli no vmblo t'lK'ei. The hear nt nri :e woiil to norlt, nri7ini( bi-  w ho--e linl wi- In x-i I'lul. es, M r Kdilor, we h.id co.ue to thi- I'll ol Ilercnlif. The tbrmsehei in.iHUltirt'iit jinios. An enormous spruce. Us .ipr .--till green,   trunk riven and had l.illen athwart them, almost im the bl ick li.ickgroiinil ol a hackm.itaclv ss.tii.i, was niscrihed nf [made :i'i ellort lo pies- in. but the urn ol my h.it w.is about my ears, aud I hackcil nut sttitiie.l liul into lliebl.irk .shadow.s beyonil I alle'liji'ed tn Innk Sub-lanre M-emeil .111 1 sh i clow.s Mibst.nill il. IU I! w.is d Nil! 1 llinUichl lln- rottnn wood be liiiniuo'is in th- infill It serni'-il ,1 c.neni illusinus i sanctuary of the d phJo-iop'r, i ti u ol r.ri sjv.-tr 1 n-ln, (11- ant tug vvttli the IIMOS abortion- ol pin1 c.ne, where tli- s' iliclit-'s retted lolly the st il uuiltes ol iiu-u nuprr-tition urow till ihey im-i't ei-h shouli'd Wn.i.itH. lir t.ilh who had rediM'rcrl hli lie ilium's .ml fullo nin1 one, ti'll pro tils ti-i ]iiisbe d upward. Wo ci 1 ainl re crosstd the brooks, kneeling e.irli lime ot llie c'e.tr, w.ili r, tb.it murmured iiitly a- it leapt from rock lo ml u.is bushed ly tis bed uns sjire.til mm.s. The .ibsenct1 a fi-w Hrnelrees and an re .ill lour of us r.iubl -I ind eri'ct, In die.ilrd -lie ol an old be.uci li'inlei's inuiise bones hi'-e been f.ir. ve.irs a -o ibis who'e fniiulrv w.is a rich )iener iKihtnu ground. Tlien it a niiich e.isicr l.i-k lo these uo "Is Ihfin n is IIM .v, for I hen ihe Cii at of whu h we llaM' belme spoken, ai cut i ll li> the c.lt! irs about Itlli, wen1 xt.iud mp, aii'l none ul tin- under brush existed Tlii- who, loily one i lotlril oil [Ins t.nvii ami' Miotti'd ihe coim-r trei -.aid th.it it lL.it tune a ti aiu could .ibnu-t au> p nt witl-.i ill dilli( I'-ut I .-een to d i> thick Uo. ''s ill 1 1 we w nil, b 1114 ire u e could ,idv i nee a Innl .mil w lie re a r iblilt eiiuM n )t cnti r 1'e.id ,nnl l.illen trees u'lsliuel u> coiitmu a'lv Must of them ire wr.ippel m a mimic D! green moss. Some -i c-n like uioiiinls. ITIM'S under which the olrl wood km -s ari1 but wlien loot is placed upon them, some .id n.it vnu knee ilcep into iheir -e'Tets. It a great OMr-illit ibvt none id us broii-lit anv niali lies it1! us It is customary xvlien .inj ire in the woods lo set fire occasion- to urn1 of tin M' dn white lurches The tire riiii- up tin ir t.ill tiunks and mil all tin1 brinclirs, as il tbelr b.irk Ind been dip) ed m tiirpenline. The of llie spee t.icle r et there were no assurances that we were, more than hall way to the top STKVK, out of tho (nlllicss of a fainting he.irt, wislu-rl he'd let the, old tn'iintain go and stuck to htb running Guide said we had come far enough to be at the lop it must he that wo had gut there, and could nut see on account of the lin.shes. The Hrptiro panted, but did not commit himself. QuiiUin) proposed that we sit down, cool off, and eat our dinner. ThfrR was not strength enough left in the party to vote down the temptation so, of one ac- cord, we disposed ourselves for a icpast. And such a repast The bread and butter w.is almost celestial Tho cake w.ia ambrosial If the sides ol Oljrmpus were as steep as these, am! the ascent as provocative of tho sweat of iheir celestial brows, no wonder tho Olympians relished their faro. We seemed to enjoy a new snnso, to experience tho functions of a supplementary palatn. When din- ner was finished, it seemed as if all fatigue had departed, and pushing forward our steps, our eyos were sot-n opened to geo thst the end had reully come. We had struck tho burnt district at its ex- treme upper angle. A wide table-land denuded of trees and indeed of all its soil, cxcent in patches, "which were soft with mosses and cranberry bushes, afforded ample opportunities to see all that the ex- alted height commands. The weather below had been sultry and hot. Here it was piercing cold. The wind blew like an October gale. Poor Colo- nel, unprepared for such a sudden change from July to Autumn, crouched shivering under our lee, and tried to console himself in the yellow sun- shine that looked inviting, though it could not warm "We buttoned our coats to the chin, and pressed every handkerchief into the unseason- able service of wanning us. Only the rain-wator In the hollow of the rock from which we drank was tepid. What a place this would bo for a soli- tary wanderer at some stormy midnight in Decem- ber Think of the howling wind, tho snow- wreaths Hying past, the utter loneliness, tho storm in bodily pri'sence filling all the air and obscuring Ihe stars with his dark wings Who is so maleriai that he would not commune with spirits there! We seem to be in tho cetitro of a grand circle of mountains Far oft' on the Northeast Ml. Katah- din, the highest land in the State, glands guard over the springs that supply the Penobscot. Near- er are Mis. Abraham, and Baker, and Bigelow, the Sandy Hjvcr mountains ami Squaw mountains, whose foot stands m Moosehead lake, whence is- sue: the head-wnlers of the Ketmcbec. In this di- rnctiuii, following nil air-line, you would not find a Iiu mail habitation or any opening for forty miles. On the South the mountains of Newry ana Hethel oiler mi obstacle, to our vision. Almost at our feet, and fehiit m on all sides by high peaks, Is a deep valley, in winch moobc yard over winter It is ac- cess-idle to them on three sides, but on this, a wall ofrock.s rises, from its greatest depths, by several precipitous steps to the place whore we stand Over tins we, iiniUbe ourselves by thrusting such nf the boulders as were poised near the edge ol thfi precipice LtimbciniK slowly at lirst, soon they hound lioin Inlgp to ledge, crushing the oapliilgs ID their paid, or leaping high over them and roll in comminuted fragments to the bottom of the val- ley. On the NVest, Speckled mountain lifts up his mull led head only a few miles distant from us, and bt Mile it, ihe lint! of White mountains, the cloud- capped peak (d Washington prominent above all, lillsall ilusjioMion of the On the North, tlie chain of wuh the long na-nes, are in full the Megallowm, where n empties into the AiidroscogKin, is marked by an indentation tn llie b.mk hejoud I'mbagog. I often before been on moutil.im tops, ami seen more beautiful prc.speets, but IICMT one so extended mid wild. The only cultivated lields m sight vvrre strung alomj ihe AndoM'r, Delhel and (iralton roads A gathering of but) .1 do7i u limisfs m Amlover Surplus, aa many mole in .Newry, .scattered ones about the lines to the lake's, and occasionally a solitary cabin porch- t'd halt way up a lull accessible by no visible path, weie all llult leclrtlmed the I.Hidscapci from ihe ap- penr.inre of perlecl wildue-H. There was to lie seen no Ttctory more prelenilmg than ihesaw-imll, no church but such ns the lirst letnples were, no spire but crau'gy peaks. i spent hours in wandering over tin- Iliiglity, all llie points of view, and ti sting the tiildc of idighl i li.ingc.s ol po-ition in f-ccMing cnliri ly new rotnhniJtiorii of scenery, wp descended lo the Saddle, and in er llie face ol the inoniitam, to the road, Three miles ol U iping downward, and cart-lnlly holding b.ick, brought us to the town road, whence we plodded our vve.ir) wav homeward. As SDUII as our party hove in Might, IRVINC, tongue, from sheer jouth, reliises to arllcu- late ilrslinclH a smple word ol the veriincnlar his namesake t-peiks belter than any one else, can.e running out lo tell in Ins own giMierish, lli.H Aifi in K had jn-t si I'll the fresh, wet tracks of a ln.ir, c.une mil ol Cedar lironk .ind tll.lt the punt of tin- tool w.is measured on his vvilkmg stick, but limn whirh end he did not know' c .ireliilly examined the sh.'iggy Colonel, t'> see il he had an) heilgr hog rpiills sticking Into )um. rerni sadl) th.it the Colonel's iircde- ci --or, a most .iim.ildi and worthy dog, died Irom Ihe i Ib i tr. ol H shiivvr r ot tlicnt, received in mortal i mb.il with one ol ihese which are ipnle ci i in. mitoii While Cap Qir.ut LATEST JUrj lo tbc >f tto-TloTcb Dafln fffnica The I MI-. .In I j 2s 12 M V. i baM i'liiiiher tine d.i) in eM'i) re-pect tin; v i r .inn. Iviu Hsiiiit I In' (ii iw fivvcllfd in iiriinhers, hy j il o Mil inilii.ir> ilrawn nnrneiise m lulu rs 01 i.rr-eus limn Hll thr rmnnry. wln'i (In- oriiln [rum tli  Mil i rn.ati (.n.irils, Cupl KKIRM.V. Illli kl (ill -flls, (llllo. ,ipl. :ik si .Ml, In i1 Inn ile. lined nn ;tn nni nl t.il I. iM ll.lh i nllhi I Hid In llie Illl'l tinjf in In- 11 lln re.n-ilIK, and I 11 nnu Hi s-li il NII ivnrd nr '-itn nl nni IH ;ip- in li' Hinl nil :ir In i.l nn [iriininllllt; llie ol llic uri .11 i-( vi ml niun pn Is h( en tirri i ino rtn e his hiiint in n Ci pn, in iln- iioi, jni-t in. Un re M.I for Itull.iin in- nis i d HI ll-c h'iMili "ij llic- rsnll 111 w.is to nnd IN i.m i ti-d rn rei i.ver. 1 lir. i K are nmv Kiiinjr, (in in ilir n.jd (V- ehiniiK K IK li tins  n a Koniul xjnei h Mr. Jo-h rn III t NT, ol JS V, rrl, rrrd to tin- omsion whult Inid dniwn tlio prcscnl und ed in the propriety o! llie nmi'in vii'lorii'H won h> In r Irnnpf. Hi n Me -A id SHUT'S life and nnlii.tr} rureir, mill ilri'w rdiiiraalu bi-lwuuu lliul.Vo .fiiifpi- .Idiiv'MiN, of (linn, wan loudly c illcd for, and rrsf'iindiil in an rlmim ni mlilri-HH. lit- n-.ul ho had coin-: 10 Niagara KnllK Inr Inn health, ami finding tlio Convi-n- l..... BNH'iiiMid Inr the lirnliliol tin-Nitlioii, lie had al- [iinlnl In that lie wns il friend, a warm I'm ml, lo I'n Hidi-ni I'll.i IH-CHIHC tin Hitniiinvtrrc-il lln, rntive. dntii H nhl) ninl l.ntlilnllj, ami r irnrd oul lln' IIIWM IHC of I.i'nun. lie wan a Irirnd of Mr. WnivThR. I'l-cniixe lie riciyiim-il lln: nannies vlni-li ilic icrrndNl living Siiilrfimru, and lie ti U liriniilol IUH i-iiretr. lie alio !rn nil, a f.i-ii in-il true Irif I'd who will E in mil as inn- tin- CdiiNiilulien as Kn.i vnith' and II.H nli ly known tin: wiiiM rum-.vm-il 111' Ilr-Jdl tl.r WlltKI not 111 W.lstl! tllllu 111 iisi li ss Inr lln !o ,H ol llirir UrHt clinice, so nH iln; cimitnl.lte the (Inn n Hliiiuld prcicni. JIc ilnl inn hut Jirtl ipi ihty, one willio.il wt.iili nit (iili-rw wen- fhui .Hniiniliiii; jbrnss, ninl i >rnhalH then reviewed SCOTT'I riniiM-iilMii-Lc.N.aiid ilii-Un-il Una lie luit Uiii tiral ny 10 .1 nrea'rr tli.in any man now UVIIIJT ui tliu I'lntcd MniiN. Hi- ihankid Con ihcrc was one tioi.k re- h> tlir ol the world ai (hi- Honk of Huvc- laliniiH. Unc hnok Jli'-le. SiK-ieiiea hail put iiilo m arl) i very lojr. ealiin in the country. You n H) take Ilnl liook, anil reml us liiMtory, ttiP itiiH til Most-, tinlil (benine SAUL wni crowned und Drill no inaiiir who n WUH ilmt WHS round witli (.won! in hand, (InhltnR lianles ot hia pcojilo, wnnlN rultd Hm land lie amd lln.H lo prove thai ihcre was croiiinl for llic rfliunius principle, winch lim gone alirniiil lo world, that llie man who iiiken hm lilt in Ins hand and goes fonli lo bnille. lo slied II.H lilood for piople, flliull ruti-over ihem. lint wn nre I nut look to rilicmuH history lor HUH proof Our n vn hm- lory would prove it. lie ilien ruft-rrnl lo IMITOM, JAI K.-.ON, HAAKISO.V nnd TATI.OK, KV niNlaiice-i and trni'i'il tins l.'icl to Ilic rtonii religious benuiiiL'nl iv'urfi reigns in I-M ry frit- IKHOIII, Hie man wlio loves IV HO well an lo lake- hm life in hm hand mul forth ,lo haillr, lo shed his blmxl for hin ouniry- inen, is ciuiilrd lo bo e nulled by Uio nl thai lie has jcrved. JOHNSON ihon reicrred elc- nily to SCOTT'I gervlees He rctnemlv.red whrn ihe .....lien of Lane and Chippewa were fought; lie ihcn a liille low-headed Soy, and used [o hear hin fmher offf r up preyers for lite success American arms. He lived on (he frontier, in ft whoru somo dnncer mjdu Ihe recollection inuro distinct in Ills muni, lie remembered lliu Jear when ihe flaming ('omcl eprer.it ptgiilrncc end war over lha land, and wlion Genera] HULL marched to Detroit -with choicest men of Amerlrin Army, and munitions of war, amid Ihe prayers, and soIlclludcB of itie whole At that lima it rcponed (bat two-lhlrds of (ha people of Canada were prepared to join the standard of the Republic, and that with iDe aid of (hem, and his reputation of com- mander, Canada wonld bo annexed In rfihorl time, and ihe war speedily ended. Ilul when HULL anrrendereil If the Sun had been plucked out of if the Moon had lurncd Into If Stara had fallen from Ihe llie gloom could nol have been deeper. He recol- lected hta own link Heart sinking within him, although he could nol fully appreciate ihe danger. The idea pre- vailed llml all wan lout and all would then have heen loet but lur llie valor of Uio young grenadier, WINKIEI.D SCOTT, and ihe hravc men who fought with turn along (he line of frontier. He referred warmly lo and ailarkod Ihoie who condemned him lor indiscretion in his early ballleg. He fell aa if (he hano nurrcnder nf HULL had U.BiJc ii necessary Ihat blood aliould be offered up aa a SUCH fire lo tlie longue-tied victory In our favor. Ho llinnkcri Goil, nol in a apiril of enihUBiaam, but aa one wliu expected lo answer lien-niter for his aa writ as actions, ihat one of Ihoso herna was spared 10 ihii hour lo receive from a grateful country llie reward which is his due. Judge JOHNSON llien rrfern'd lo Mr. FOLK'S Cabintl, and llielr disgraceful ireaiment of llin litre. He hoped God would forgive ihem, and blot oul Itieir iniquniei and memories logelher. lie reviewed lha urdtrs ol Cencril SCOTT during the Mexican War, and sliotred ilm( a comparison of ihem wuh itio hlmury of ilic events aa now known, would make il appear Be lliough they were wriuen allor the eveuw, lo auit the limlory. fcvery nrder Imd bren earned oul, witli llie ex- of In tlie cast- of General wjiom a poti he fbrgol Hie pud's li.idiliUH Hjiokcii Wfi Imiljt our baipn Ihc v lllow, Whtnnvtr we tlmik   Dliouldrr. and tomuicli m solul pliuUnx on lo VH-lory. Bill even sliuuld Ihry hr ovt-rconie, they nnuld fall with tla-ir luckn on the rii'lil nml their ln-t to llie loe, nml look proudly in Heaven in itn-ir hour nf drl'ml Mr. 111., in. addressed tlie meeting allrr wliuli. Mr. HORA' OKEELEV, in anmver to loud culls, pearid, and huili-d Strti ant TnoMr'-oi, "t an otil Mulilier, wliir w itti Si o rT nt l.nni', untl liml In-ill It II lor dead on tlir nilil nuul He lind been a Democrat all Ins life, ninl aimured llii: iinji-imj llieri' wrir ol'lim I'nemlH linn, in w Im woulil do an lir wan goiiig 10 vote for (Jnn-r.il S.orr-tlic lirnt Wine von- ihey had ever pui mm the l.K'Ul. HAUKIVH, nn nlil Holili-r Bl 1'orl alno a inorrnt, Hlio ivi nt lur Si IITT, uitriMiii-'.il Tin y were luiili luuill> clinrnl, and I'lium-d niucli cn- lllUHI.lPlll. Ih mi E GHiEr iv Itirn. m in renewed nml d  'JOf :i I'l'lii HI- IMI were rly (inn nnd a nuuil.cr ol them Mill lima tie HI at- tereil nbruad 1 Mishrn '1 rniirin.in, ol Ahlihnl 1'iMriit. KcniiKky, M.-iriun'iilr, ul lloiiiihrir. bi.inliy ul Nrw-JifM-j. II. I'M kiiiMui, ul (irk. ul New lerif I ioi ki r. of rt. nnd tnldri die Mr W. lloiitv, ul tlirn ili-i larnl ilir IiKimg tlmilU udjonmeil nir-I IMHI; nn.t loud r ni( 1'ie hi i TM of llit- mull n liilc, Itiin urenr nnir-rnlily the Iftrizi si, rniiHi -IK i i.itilc. Bin] ciiiluiHNisiic, lu'M iiir runny in itns ciinmry liroke up tin- meeting IH tlihK liirinnllv :if nn i nil. uimn'line crowilri nl slit) rcni.iiii ul tlie and n ol coiiiii- hiii-fn m llie ruiifi-, whii h nllx tin i Ib 1 1 has lind. f'rowdH enprr pnlit-r .IIIH on cnnif r, w hflpr talk IK ilini i- o rr IM t" in xi IV'-iilrin, ainl ll.l' t.'ltl' the I If mocrac> IN htuled. A muni IT ol nrri Nil nerc nindc for jiu (in and Ihc inciting II IH r i i n umnlcr- lulli nrili rlj lor bo n I: n iw i.inti- di inly tmi inn Ii PN (linn I it, 1 1 U utrc in ji. Ii niUHi hate been mnrtlut ntiKilitr 'M I' M The inwii :nh hn n rajiidly, llie uniiiM mil Inaid d w ith p-ivsi-nt l for steftlinc m ar en In tn ll.rcc ind IMI) nn ;i IIH'II i n i Ins anil llulfalu Tliey wi-ir I.iken to Iliiflaln lur i iniiiiii.u.iin liuvf rnor Hi .NT Ii II nlu rinioii. '1 hir'l NIAI.AUA I'. M The ('mix i nliorl clofr il in nil m, rii Nlc orifi r Hi 1 o t'lo. k. The unfit wan ki pi up lo ilic liKl. All Wnts rnli f-iiiiNlnil (111 ai ilir r oiillirrn Mail. K, Vl'i'diM'Hilay, lulj iimriRK, i'iM'Hilay, ulj Tin- inail i-i Irniii Mt MCIIII ni.-ir in (I h nl ariivcil al Ni n T- Ii nn-, I'-oin fur liruigniK Vi-r-i dull Iu Ihe HIMi hily Tin- Kriln-h sh aiiMi'jj n.iilcd from Vcr t'rii; on the tcr lla> n ,ih n of a ni.llnn in it1 of Nrw nrk, i In biirk r, c r 'Ilie I'lip' r- i the p.iri. itl in ihr i, -u mn in the Nlcxii'.Hi riui'i ni lor -in ul tlie ritiiNil learned 111." lr S slnp M l.ni.  2H Tin' ('nliirnl Coir I'ritnni I'diclinb il I'.s Im-iiiu'ss to jiinl ailjotirned -une tlir Tile Plutlnrm of pli it WHH HUH nilrd nnd ndopird wilh iiiiMnirnily. It tnk  duty to offer thin resolution. 1 may em to have pouiponed ihin duty to an inconvenicni period of Hie session but, had I attempted ti an earlier day, 1 iniiini have eiposrd mystlf to a charge of a difler- ent character. II might havn been aald llial, B new comer, and mejptrienced In thli afenp, without tion, liBtlily, rnshly, rrcilcsslr, I pushed before (he couuiry. I have lakcn umo, and, in of m> careful diatrellon, nuw nik for n Ihc atleniion ofihe Pi naie. I iihrink from any appeal founded on a IriTml personal considernlon. Hut should I be blamed for any delay lauerly, I ma) add thai, ihough in mj stsl daily, my bndlly health for Somr lime pnir, down lo ihls very week, baa not been equal 10 the service I hare an- drriaken. I am not on re (bat Ii Is now, bni tdeaftcto iry, ind now again, I say (he question U simply whether I shall he heard. In allowing me llils privilege, this nilfhl eay you do nol coinmll yoursclTea In an; way to tlie principle of tlie resolution, bu( you merely lolli. v, ihe ordinary usage of ihe Senaie, and yield to a brother Senator Ihe opportunity which lie craves in (lie prariicul discharge of doiy, and to exprcni eonvic notiN dear lo his heart, And dear (o large of his ronsliluenls. Forrfly own sake, I no wdeelre la bv heard. Make such disposition of my rcioluiion allerwarJ aa to joit ihall beal, Tnll upon me any degree ofcrili- ntrri. censure or bui do nol deprive riK of a bearing but hear. Mr MABON objected lo ihr consideration of ilic resolu' lion Bl tins nine, nol from any wim of courtesy lo ihe Stnslor, nur from any wani of (Imposition to meel ibin (ItirMiun ai proper lime but it nJUnt be nuiufcsi, ai HUB laie period of the no jiroper diBcnnninn of n cnuht he hail, beyond (lie remarks the Senntor make, and becsnar an) dinrussiun of u si tfus time wnnld lie a firebrand in llie Suinie. Mr. ItRoiiKE said bin State occupied i peculiar posi lion on ilns i-ul'jecl Thr jvcoplc of lisil.m thi- mom formul and rinjihaiir manner, declared llial llie rrpral or I'.sBcntlel modiflcaiion ol ilie FuRinre Slave would sfTord eumcieiil grounds fur the dissolution of the t num. Till' was im idle ilireai, but a Holcnin drclara liun, whiili will lie rarrinl into rirrutmn wilh Ihc ap- uf ilic whole houlh. Jle regarded Hie prupoH nun, Ihrrefore, one in riiRHnUr Ihc t'nion, and lie cnuld nol content, couneny nr no courtesy, lo entcr- lain it at thin ht.-ipe of llie South wuald rc- f mil the n pi hi uf Ihul law as nn acl u! had faith, or aa inie .show my that riu fnith wan lo he repi.nc-d in Ih f Norlfi. end Uiai a t nion wild BV.cli a proplr wan woruc than no t'nion. Mr I 'HAH I TON was hurry Jiffi r wuh the Scii- ulur frt'in Mat-.s-irhnbi tin on a qncxtion uf i nuni H) 1'ji' riMilntinii ]inr.cniN a slum in rind linn I'liion in ]MI His Scute wa> ilml in case HUH law ws-i rrjualid. II w-uuld wilhdraw from ll.L I'mnn, and all tier citi7ciiH would Kisiid li> ihal pledge.. Tlie talili u( liotii lInuM-s wi re now niMrcil with lulls necmHary to I (d on to carry uri Ilic innclnnery ul ihe eminent, and In llie Stnator look a luilc In >ond IUH own cnnm. and he will nit- ihe Atin-rican Flap, nut, m the itiihi, tin ai half rnaitl, and Ann rn an vennilN anil cicHit titiilr r llie guard ol Hriusli VCI.M Is uf UK- a4e In re jirrpand.in a inuii. m b) our hrcllirvri of thi .Norlli. arid mninlnm ihcm, i-orne uL.u m their 'I lie South was wi ll avi are ol hat us roast and peujile would sullt-r (ruin a war, hut lhr> llioujlit nni of Ihal, win n Ihe riuLtn ul an; portion m the American "lie ui jiupardy lie di lined lux poiiinm as a t niun nun i.ii, mul atowrd Ini den rnimali in In pie Hcrvt lln iiiiaii. II ihiN Itw IIP ihen he w-Diild Buy, My nanvr land, (nod nijlil sirgu- llidil would I'e i illBUBiid, and Ihr .voulli would real on In r arniN Mr SIMFI tiv fsnl he nunlil ihe whi n it r.iinr up lie ,1 analntriut Kdiiii, und aorry llj.it Ihe lime of I lie Sciiau al Hun I'.le rhon'i) Iv taken in UK cnnxnltrai inn, htii (he uiitmi'inle was whellier Ilir Senalur nlniiilil tn (mid He win lur In armg tlir S.tianr wnnM Iniir nn> Senator nn HIIJ Kntijn i lie Hg.uni, In rej'pBl or aiuenil ill, I IIKIMW- M.ive I.MW evcijit to in. ike its iMnriH r lint lie would lil.i ni hcariiie Si nan r rnaVi an r nf tli-- p.i Mdi'lllobe iiPNiimrd hy ihlK lliu.l in C' milling i kctiun lie lh.it i lie miiji 1 1 he ,1 ui Saiiiniay HP had n K arn ihnl nin h miile'i) llie nalor wniilri evrr dmn lln I mini Mr IN BHkril win llii r lh> i -ilr.r ll.l Ii ir ali-  niln r -I in Tlie >i naiur i oi.'vl not make i h wiilmiit lorlli ui'nrM in nji'j. and lln-rr in im. i i i ul ihi-M-KMini I'-l'i tor s'i, I, a dis- mi I'e Un .Siiiin-r TKH mul dial Ilir wlmli-d-n he lakcn up m UK' dilrirr III hoped tin- Spnnte i'.i i n'r w'n tl.i r th rt'Mi] itiuii -hoiilil :ie considered or rim The Niinn wis talon, arid ihr Si ii.ue rrliiNcd In i oiisiil, i ihe ri -I'lmihn I. uk. II.JM- Ilmlt-e Kiinl Mm hK. Ulin i r 1 in N.-l- Mi- M- llinlainl. Hi. k. I ill, ,n Clrm H'- drr. i i Dimnr I'l.li .-Ii. l.i-i r, Iliinlrr, Kmx Mxli n .Vl.nixoiii MHHIII M< uiuril Millir MI in ri Ninii-. iViri" PJTI H nli. Si I. i-.-i.ui. Sun Ii. S. nili .''in 11. inc.. i lit. TEIIA t .vTfi i.i BOI rr. rii( ns ri i i nl (t Iriiln llie 1'ri -idem. Curimiual- Kfinndi in e, Ar, the nicr 'Ii c reailliiu rtlirrrd n I'l.rti r cuuld nol nliiaiii n ol u 1'lu fndrin A IM] V.HH laken np, nnd [h< l'< inmitlee on TinHnce n an niii'-n.lirii'iii'i'o IHII llie Hppropnatmn ol Jl lo.i'i'U lor ncrticcs ol Irn mllj Crci Im ilnriHE ihe War nl Ihli Mr Hi VTKR siipimrled lln nuiiinn in nirikc mil lit I 1 I IIAHI TUN ninl linn i AMI nppn-i .1 The million tn mnk< oul wan n ji inl, nnd lln S- IIJK- tl. to IM linlM', nl IiKI'llKSl'N WA--UIM.IOI, U i .Ine-d i) InU Tin Ilrn-.r. by a Mid- nl (O.NMIV i d in nroiiMilir Ihr vnii- )i) whii-h upon ilie i ihlc lln lull printiiii: llie nalit ul and Inn IN in Miilnemi in ,iul in tilt- i ori.slrin Una ul llie i i.ikl.ind and t) Inwn llailrn.'id. Tin n recumil on I-IMMC ihr till on the i.iiile, pirdiiiB whnli tin- ll.jiist wnit mm  course of proceedings' [He loudly called tn order, but said ihe ftcene they were prewnLIng lo tht cduntrj r.ui creJuablc. Mr CAHTTIR said, ifihe rnajoniy conunue 10 acl fnttli war, wlUbt Interniirg .Mr. Yes, and ihey who are Ului wlll'tie'tmttfetO travel up Salt Hirer. Mr.'ClHTTH't imuminwnt lecelved only 20 were vnied down, wbtn (he C and tie adjanroed Tlwi Alleged Sickness al Sine Tt Ike Ii'ilor tit Tmn KIR My attention has morning called to an article, in ycrar paper beaded Tlie Birknrmj it Sing which verf unjnttlf ifllc'cte on tlie officers of the Prison, and llu- idea tliat sickueaa it the Prwon ;iuiOng the WM the rrvuli of what fou slyh' IbHr 4lh of July frolic." In reply to ilus, and in justice lo imself, 1 would shk >ou 10 m.-ike the following statement On the Mh July, tlit'ir were in the Male Prison Hot I sick ami upon col. The usual rmm- lirr of applications from those nt work m the shops nljout forti prrdav f'rom the ilJi to Sunday, the 1 1 th, not a Mngli' one was added lo the Hoapi- l.'il Hiid the average of out door, or chop ap- wits not increased at nil. So far from Millrring fioin their Fourth of July ilierc K-CIIIPI! lo be a lietter sLato of heaJtli :ill ihe werk up lo Sunilny, ilic 1 1 th the weather ihi n anil on llie loih, was eicessirely wai-ni and on Sunday, the 1 1th, the applications fur inrdK :il aid increaard to 55, and during that 31 VUTP attacked wilh cholrm inorlius. On .Mimday, .'JO were taken aich. wlnlp a prcat portion of tliutf on Sunday, had unproved and ritiirinil to tliL-ir n ll> .At on I Jih, 'Jl wrro altnckcd while on Wcdnesdny a tinglr ni-w nisi; hri'ii pri'aeuteil. The uspd as a tcmpo- rarj apmn empty, ;uid there remained in llii' Huhpiliil (in Wrdneaday niKht, cim- iith and palicnta, but 21 all udd. Tl.c rntio nf nlioii.- for tre.ilmi'iit of diar- itn .1 ns llili. 5j. IL-tli, I I1', 1 kli, Wi-durwlay, Htli, 1 1 i TLui-i'iii, 1 Mli. and Min c tiinr has 1 i i n Mfsd.U rrv dav Tlir i! 1 1 In a iind djpenirrv )i ailed lait rj.inh on llie same day of tlir n. i i. ili nl :n. I ki i'l pio-ii'il) increasing itln an nrr until llu- lasl of Aurti.'-t. :it.i! the K i ori's thow an averagf of Hi (in i 5 ni in ni.ii of daily appliCalions tu tl.i pt.> MI lan, frmii 'O to UK) per day In in lln iiiiddli- of JnU to Ihr Ultcr part of Au- vn-t wor--r stuii- nf ilniigf lhaii has thus I ci n i jlnhili d lliii- M'.-ir n i ml caai' liafl yielit- to tiiiitnini nil deatb Im- i i 'ii d, :u i1 I thi'te ha- nni bppn a --ii.i r ilir Mli of Jniir. (s period of HCVPn Ptitlcnl" Hll rut In tin Ki malt! I'll son llirn> has not lni. a [.iiii.'.l (imliiii'd to t.ot fcr the lajt Iwo n i i tl :it ]m M'lit lint oin lio wa-- adjintird two i t lliri-i sini P. V  in- .1 M..1. I'lJM., i, SMI, i t i n-j r jiri-'. in i I-. II W.ll I ill .1 Ill-liter an- i n In, cd tn ;i sick lipi) i! i 1 1- 1 1 1, u nriinli'ilcd in SOUK! n i n .In i c tto- ,ii tin- in onlcr in ll' i UK JIM --i ullli'l-rs Illtil 't i- Ihijiil- in i iiiiiatioil nf ,m T K nl il( HtHtf- LI 1 1 u i- 1 'II I I M i I -ntpi'-i Ii I n "-el M -i c ll iiK i- li- ii r i I tli I I tl i II, il ;-i ti ''i I 'i i Mi i n'-. Win II 1 HC l.> li Hi r. iir I.K MI ni it, .ill 'l Kim. In ut i 11 i n i, wil. in K li I t M- i II.MII .1 k V ll I'IIIMI MM in S uf I'nfwin Vi --i ci" 4T 1 KK 11 f'o VI' "Ii it III I tr ouiinl KTII, It hr.Kli I'i i d (ill win. h IK- lied With Iho ii i S. i i M in I i, il ii.ni ilir nn niiriniy. Htnl lllniii ('mi ly brtonV li HIM 'I in lln Tlir fii.im il li i was not n! Ii (n li.l i iln ira I nl In it lijMnrr am! nmre .Ulle n i' i i ri n i r II..K 1 i -u ]i, nnixn li il HI i i i nn t-. MI-HI as u MH> i IM-J lliit il( an mil u ,s ai i nil in lln- ii t il i i .111' In n M wr re riMi ni d lip liy i'' IK n n tir H innk cm-l i i r> [n in ''i I" M i i S in lln II.M i! ill tile I'.ir einio "-I M ut M M' .n! i I i UN' ,ny ri 11n- p, n s ie 1 i la" I f' I X Cnu n nl, n Ii I i MI i f ir il if ril-'t up" Mr i.......I i -i tirn-nml l.C. i -Hi'! n M i i i Hi .1 in i nlien 1 i In-il'-.linnl il i i" l' if i p i-i nl He ri. II i t HI- I'l. lie l r t -.1 .1 ll.i 1 i.lil, r- ni inisi U n, nij x i i t i h. ni n HI KM il e criiiiMii Tins hi ir I I .t li- I'M .1 Ii.ri Ini'M. mil il.'-i i-.i'ltsl In'ii l .1 i i' NI, K nni ,i f ill ypin i- i it i I 111 s MK M r VV i i 11- in i i (I, il In rul nl 1 J Co.- l. I n ii -rtin I I l --iiri-iii i I n r_ TIII. A 1 1 S. J.r ill r, II. .'-I rl I I I .1 A I' 11 1- --n i i I In- ri i' i c! i h .-Mv i-i I. -i l I MI in ii NI i L' rl n' "ill len yari nl njfe. nl I'i.i i i i. MI ii ihrnn 11 mi., tn. iln i lion by i M i'i n -iin! in.i-- in- si r.i.n- .'i ..iji-n ir.ili.'e Tlimiitfli ili n i i i N n nli 11 h> 11 e ii.i i re n v. IH Mice rM I (led il K iln i i li1 I i nn In i ii nm, H, h.ml inr-t htli i i il n1 ML i n i erMin pi-n-joni, uJ n "ri i< in In M nil, lit tin r.' Inr 1 nr With K HI il Ii ri ii 11 111 niin n iininrititie i i' .ii .1 liil'i i il I I IH c n lilt I'D I'n' trj Ii nl llie ni t inn! i! (In .in tint-- rd it.vi H In fnfin ii l ii It; i mil i i i i.Ui h....... nn In Inr H h'rrahmHa ll HJi. Hi n t' c P.U. l nl iln inl.l n dommdc dun i in win nil n  l i f inl inn mi- i-iai che vi hnth .n il M ii, lii n inn lii Ini mini's cunn, took hi-r :IH i> i M -I-, w i li a hi, nn I 'irfiirr nlle I OlllJ 1 I ten n.iM.id, ilir nlijert ol llin. Ntninci rnnlrnllon Mnn 111 -dfi Im llns i m i .ir. n.rprn-i il :-i- ihe an'il UN :il tlir dl.1- ii fMinr I tin elnlii. I 111 prnhahl> dnnim Ihei-aiUH- I in Tne.-i'm n ti-nr-iinir uppnt for JITIP refill- Ili-oiliM, lnrrr ill New-Vnrk, uai killed mi 11.1 aid K-MI K.-illruail. KI Mnhilli.hy llio U li i k npM-iri' He nui ihr c.-ir nod werii ititn a Murr. win n the trnin il at Hi' and in all' inpinie In jump nn nc-ini wtirn ,l In- WI titunn ihe and iiliilinin lir lUslird, Inn Uhli h :nnf i ti mi inr in .irH p Cn Monila) Mr Shnip. a h li-i'iKe-nun r nn ihr sainr nind, and s uiiifi} TII.-III. HiriiiUAlt injured. JIf nn iheinp ihe nr mtjilii i nx llie rnpi M llh a fci II nn t hi i iifne. ,i-i the p.i-ilIlK On d( r a bnr'r.r 011 r Itir rn.-nl. al.nt e MndMnn which head htrui-k The train IIIOVIIIK slowly, lim Ii lllr n Inf lln [lurjiiv- III Mopping Hie Mudisrn nilirmmr hr hrrn iniianlly killid The airidrnl Hi rn'I jirovr fatal. Tin- >i ilulk .Ijf'M .s.-n Ihe other nifzht otic of the im n uu lionrd iln I snip I'mniylrania aileniptad to innkr h'" from ilie n-rviro b> plunging orer- tioard, in of ihe shore in lafrtf The roor l  M had Bran i tj. hnuever, louched tbe wa- ll r, he UHS m i7cd b> s shark and rllppsirliiil His rriis lor help sre reprenviuei] as bemf putuua in il.< eilnini, hut beture Ihe boals could lo liii- asKlnlsncr lie by llie voracious rrwn- mcr ol Ihr It in en id thai a number of these folJi.witl llie I vnni when sin? cgiriB In from sea. with eevrrni inf n upon hrr lick when thttre is (IjM-rtbf rn shinhosrd, prompting lUcm lo pursue ill llie wike iu hopes of prey. AI Ihp tnal of the mowing ai SpriDtfleld, 111., ilie llmninore reaper reflened tbo j'old niedal, and ihe medal, second best. Mr. Kurhnm. of BnlfnJo. ihe (old medal (br ihe brstmowinit machine, and llutzy ihe silver medal, te sercud bcil. XcLonincX IIBJ prolc-eied a-jajiisl ihe decihiune. IN SPA PERI IN SPA PERI   

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