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Baltimore Daily Exchange (Newspaper) - January 20, 1859, Baltimore, MarylandThe daily Exchange. Vol. In no. 284.Baltimore, thursday january 20, 1859. Price two cents Ijo Aki of tray be. T on Mitlee 01 arbitration for january. B. Bevy. Nefora i k . Chas. M Jackson Rich u la. . Jolon Tarj Ani commercial Lei itto. Balti Mure january 1�. 1859. Stocks were quiet not rain to Day the total value of the transactions the Board Weink Only about $13,g00.�? there was nothing whatever done in Railroad shares but for both Baltimore and Tuti and Northern Central the Clos iii bids wore \ higher than on yesterday. Hallimore and Ohio closed bid 56h asked and Northern Central $20i bid. Asked regular Way. Northern Central railway 1886 Bonds advanced to Day x cent. We note sales of of these Bonds 68, $5,000 do. i and $500 do 60. Other Railroad Bonds were steady the previous rates but there was nothing done in them. There Wai some inquiry for City 6 a and we note sales of %�0 1 07h $100 Isoo 09x. And $3,100 do. Loo. The sales of Bank Stock include 19 shares Franklin $11. And j0 shares Bank of Commerce in new York to Day most of the fancies fell off in Price. Virginia 6�?~� declined i soul o .1�, Erie Railroad a new York Centra Reading and la Crosse and Milwaukee i Rock Island advanced v Canton Cleveland and Toledo Michigan Southern and Illinois Central buds sold yesterdays rates. The new York trip Una of to Day says there ha., a ten a fair business dime in foreign Bills for the sic of. Mud the Market Heen sustained by the in Ltd Mulhern Infin. the Opi icing rates were Ery Lino but buyers not Pim using freely holders the close were less urn Ami presets their Bills upon the Market. A in Rinji i 8 a . , .v21/ l5.15�?T&. The Philadelphia a for new Urh Ai took he in Gold Ami the rates of Thal Point indicate that Moi a Willet. We hear of Lwe ii $1uuah u and $5lhku00 in Gold bars pm ought ome time since going by the Africa i Morrow. next will in. Tiie lat Day for making deposits on account of tiie new loan. We Arof two lists la eing mule up to take ii we of am mint and other Large bids will in made. Some of the Trimi and Iuni Ince Tui ibanies and Hanks w ill bid for considerable amounts. The still general that the taking rate will be considerably la Elow that of tile previous Issue mud Bat the i icing off of the july Coupon will cof get the trove moment to 1 per cent on the loan. The following a Coin Paratore statement of the Exi Orts exclusive of specie from now York to foreign Orts for the w Cek and since 1 1867. 1858. 1k59. Total forthe wek$1,254,104 $1,254,472 $iw7,>i previously reikntfnll.�w0,204 640,5.50 661,752 Ince january 1$2.825,488 $l,0m,u3l $1.352.012 messes. Ali Mikson bros., bunkers new York quote Lund warrants follows buying. Styling. 40 acre. Look. Bloc. 80 acre warrants per acre. Amp so. 120 acres 82c 85c. 1� acre warrants per acre. 85c. 88c. Anne Xci a comparative statement of the of the new Jersey liar Load and transportation comic airy forthe years is57 and 18.58 total income from a siae ingess freight 1857. 185s. And other .lomve.$d11,617 25 i a .�?~i,4w.45 total for nip airs and operating of rail and All contingencies. .ttfi.8fi6.i\3 3l9,.t i .73 coast my ise. k7i�fncy. 100 Bales dry goods Rice Chase amp co. 88 cases do. 141 do. Boots and shoes Baltimore and Ohio Railroad com puny 380 do. Magraw amp 306 do., 680 pkg. Dry goods sundry persons. I new Star. 1 13 blocks Marble. A. Gaddess 600 Burr blocks a Rhodes 300 pkg. Mdse., order. New Parker slurp. 20 pkg. Brandy 52 baskets wine Ii. Myers Bro. 15 pkg. Do w. T. Walters amp co 5 do. Geo. Hollins 2 do. Liquor f Gardner 10 do. Wine order. Franklin Richmond. 270 Hhd. Sugar. 644 . Molasses. S. G. Hand k co. Exports from Baltimore. Liti�pool.--308,160 . Timber. $.>31,751.22 $.v>4,086.72 m old and new Stock. $362.4rsl00 a a plus earnings Ca Rieti to sinking fund after diminished Ltd for 1858. 4 with 1857. exp Mac increase of net receipt.$ipjk35.5tt the diminished Gross earnings for the year , cd spare Ltd with Isi i was caused by the falling of of receipts from other i while the earnings from the new Jersey Railroad proper mud Aji Pelages have increased. Sale.-? the Baltimore a a Board. With so icky. January 19.1859. $100 Ball. 6 a 911$500 n. Or. Tyls. .�?T569 3100 a a a 2000 a a a a 250 a a a a �?Ts6�?~�7v, 20 Shuji. Bank of com 2i i a join c Khz Ikis 8568� 19 Slis. Franklin Banull Gotsi 3o00 a a a \s5tw�i prices �alk3 of stocks in new York. By tale Guath. In rough m Illiam Fisher amp son Stock and Bill brokers. No. 22 Softli Street. 1st Board. Virginia o Missiouri o a. Illinois a Nurul inukis89 Canton company.2i& Erie Railroad. 2il Board n new York Central Railroad. Reading rail no and. Panama Cleveland and Toledo ruilruad11% Michigan Southern kailroad.2ib Cuin Iceland anal. Harlem kuilroail00 Galena audit hicago00 Lacrosse and Mil Wukie Ilii Road. I rms Isu ind Railroad.59% Market Dull. 13% s4h 50 heavy. Baltimore markets. Wed Isdar january 19. continues in Good demand and Ilie Market Tor site Terni we have report Eil to Day sales of 200 Rio exp lift Wing a ii Els. 200 bags rejected do lots. 100 common do. 10 cts., and of 770 bags porn Rico cuff e 12 cts., making the total sales to Day Alx 1.300 bags. Rio Coffee closes firm la a null la cts. For fair 113 cts. For Good and Luj i ail2 . For i Rhine. do. 12 �1234 cts. Porto Rico do. 12. 1.123$ cts., and Java do. Ai 14& i 15 cts. The Stock of Coffee to Day about 6,000 bags. continues firm and in Howard Street super an Advance of 123$ cts. Per bbl. Has been established to Day. There a Good demand for this description but there comparatively Little offering and the sales Are consequently limited. Of Ohio and City Mills super there More offering but for these varieties the demand limited. There were sales reported on a change of 100 bbl. Ohio sur. Flat books $5.25, and of 350 thu. Howard Street super $5.50 per bbl. Howard Street super was held lir Only the close $5 50 i or bbl., but there were some Lota of Ohio do that could have been bought $5.3714, although most holders were asking $6.50 per bbl. For go Oil brands. In City Mills super there a very wide Range in Price. Standard brands Range from $4.75 to $5.25. And we quote fancy brands $5.50 a 6 per bid we note extra flour to Day $5.75 6 for Ohio $0 0 6 25 for Howard Street and $6.25 6.75 per bbl. A re to Milla. »&-.& Aodie Gutc Corn meal $3 76 for Baltimore and $3.90 per bbl. For Brandywine. Family flour Selling by the Drav Load to the Trade $7.75 per bbl. For the leading brands of Baltimore and the same Ngure for Welch of All descriptions continues very firm. There however but Little coming Forward the rec ills of All varieties amounting to Only about 12.000 hushed. There were some 3.000 bushels wheat Aud about 6,000 bushels Corn i Market. Corn was very firm and nearly Tell the p a reels received were sold 77 0 78 cts. For White and 80 c82 cts. For yellow and we quote wheat 12.3 in 126 cts. For fair red 127 0 135 cts. For Gomi to prime do., i @146 cts. Form Liura to fair White. 150>� l60 cts. For Good to prime do., Ami 16.5 cts. For strictly Choice do. We note sales to Day of 150 bushels Pennsylvania Rye 83.a86 cts. And of some 2,000 bushels Pennsylvania Oats 40 @52 cts. Market for Active and buoyant and for new Orleans holders Are asking an Advance. Ave note sales to Day of some 600 bbl. 40 cts., but the close was generally held 41 cts. Per gallon. There also some inquiry for foreign molasses and we have reported to Day sales of 126 luncheons English Island the terms for which were kept private. provision Market to Day been quiet again and a the feeling in hardly buoyant was a Day or two since although prices Are pretty Well Rayln tailed. We have reported to Day sales of 10.000 lbs. Bulk shoulders packed 634 cts., and 10,000 Llos. Louse sides 83$ cts. There was also a Sale made yesterday which was nut noticed in our report of 25,000 lbs. Loose sides 83$ ets. Bacon steady yesterdays quota Tiodos. Weh the Piej forced sales of 25 Hhd. Sides 914 cts., and of 15hhds. Shoulders at734 cts. There some inquiry fur barrelled pork and we note sales to Day of 20 bbl. Mess $17.25,13.5 bbl. Prime mess on private terms and of 10<j bbl. Prime $13.60 per bbl. Mess pork generally held $17.50, and we quote prime do. Steady $1.3.50 Erbil. Beef steady $12 for no. 1, and $15 i or bbl. For mess. We note a Sale to Day of 20 bbl. No 1 the above Figuro. We quote lard 11 @ 1134 Cis in bbls., and 12 cts. In kegs. We heard to Day of a Sale of 500 kegs but the terms were kept private. in demand and we quote steady $3 per ton which an Advance. We note sales within the last Day or two of 200 tons the above rate. a Nix Lerate demand from the Trade for Rice but we Hoar of no sales of moment. We quote steady at314i@3% cts. For fair to prime. Market for sugars excited and prices for them have a decidedly upward leniency. The operations in them to Day have been heavy and the sales include 113 hhds., 5 tie Russ and 72 bbl. I Lero arara $7.3734 150 boxes Brwn played Cuba $7.50 2 800 bags Brown Pernambuco $7.75, All fur refining purposes and 164 Hhd. New Orleans sugar to a grocer $7.6234@$7 -76. Sugars close very firm $7v@7.25 for common new Orleans. $7.50ri,8.25 for Good to prime do $8.50 for Choice do., and $7.37>4 �7.50 fur refining grades Cuba and English Island. was quite Active this morning and the Market for quite firm. We note sales of 160 bushels Ordinary seed $6.25�$6.3134, 460 Brahe Good do. $6.50, and 200 bushels prime do. $6 6234 per Bushel. Timothy seed steady $2.1234, and we quote flaxseed $1.30@1.40 per Bushel. Salt a there a Good demand for Liverpool Salt and the Market for firm the previous quotations Viz 90 cts. For ground Alum 135 cts. For Marshall a and Jeffrey k Darcy a Fine and 160 .s. Per sack for Ashton a do we quote turks Island Salt nominal 1416 cts. Per Bashel afloat. M rather quiet and the Market for a Little heavy some Small sales of City and Ohio have been made a a cts., but sales of Large lots could not let a effected Over 28 or 2834 cts. Per gallon Cash. We note a Sale to Day of 100 bbl. Ohio whiskey 29 cts. On time and of 150 bbl. Do. Which been in store for 14 months 30 cts. Per gallon four months. Pilut of Baltimore Jan. 19. Arrived. Steamer Henry l. Gaw her Fri a in Mdse to j. A. Shriver. Steamship Parkersburg Powell 40hours from new Turk a my e. To a. Hull. Hark we Lxi Iset peeling. 60 Days from liven ools a hit to L. Brauns a co. T a wed up by a Tea Intig Ajax six Oke i dec 9th. Lat. .34 47, Ion. 23 40. Oar i Lucy franc a Ibri ick from new sort. W., for bids tin 17th, lat. 25 21. Ion 48. Ship Aramita of a Lasgow from coast of Africa for , 10 Days nut Leaky and a Hort of provisions with which we sup Pliml Ner. Bark Robert Pennell Huxford from new Bedoni do Oil to a Park most jr., amp co., and nails a e. Pratt amp Bro. Tvs ashore on Wolf trap bar hut came of without damage. Brig Kich Raone a. Hopkins 2.5 Days in a of Naklin Gar and Molas to G. Hall a co. Towed up by steam Tuv lioness. Brig Hannah Balch. Matthews from Jacksonville via Fer Nandina. Fla., where she put in leak to Kelsey a Gray lumber to Perry Trowbridge amp Scott. Towed up by Strain Ting . Schr. Mecca Edgett from Tjerand Turk. 1., 6th inst a to i Kelsey a Gray Salt to Dunnock a Ive Atherly. Towel up by lioness. Left Brig Henrietta by. From new York Ju. Arri to sailed from do. Id Schr. M ill of the Wisp for vew York. Sclier. Jos. A Etheridge Edina not Loii from n. to Mcdougall k Clarke. Cleared. Steamer Henry l. Gaw her from Philadelphia a. Shriver. Bark Eliza Young Abr Durkee k Wai Ilfeld. Schr. J. P. Chase Kendrick boston�?.1. Osborn. Schr. Alice Rogers by Brayley . A ii a Bay Jamb. A. Franklin k co. Of d tues aau sailed. Schr. Alice Rogers by Brayley . Aun Bay. Joining Tow of Jas. Murray. Schr. Sarah Cullen Jullen new Orleans. Schr. Geo. , Charleston in Tow of tug Jas Murray. Disasters. Loss of Haig Hurricane Bird of Sim Mon of bark Azof Phila Idelphia from mess iii. Reports that on the 7th inst., lat. 20, Lun. 70 �2, fell in with Brig Binl of Baltimore with Sof Foi Emez to and Maliand oiled first saw her Al out 10 a. M., and shortly after made out that she w d1smast<�?~d and apparently in Mil for her to Render assistance and a getting alongside found she Ahmando Rietl Hull api Earseil wholly uninjured foremast gone to of hts the masts and a Spais with All sails set on them lying close to the rail Forward Liend spars standing Mainma. standing with main Yang ii Cross the in mud Ami sail set with Peak Forward her Long la was a n a leak Cabin doors All Tjien Clid notly Oard her the Breeze fresh from 5�. E., with falling a Romeus a. The h. B. Sailed from Bahia 7lh ult., for Baltimore. She was Al a was 25&& tons. Milt Baltimore in 1866. To which port she in Long Al 1 ship James Foster jr., from live Pool for new York weigh put into Hue Wmstown ire., dec 26th.�?Leaky, wit i top of sails. Wit a. And part of cargo thrown Over Waid was towed Back to i Vernoff a. 31. ult. Schr. I Woodbine Taylor from eth kans for Baltimore which was Rei minted Suvannah in distress put in on the 1.1th Leaky. Schr. Montezuma. Phillips from Prince Eylward Island for Balti inon. Which i put into Beverly 12th instead sprung a leak 4th, hit. 42, he. 68, and threw Over 400 lieu potatoes ail Thio bushels Oats. Also lost Ever Lhing moveable from badly a Fri. Brig Belle. Gilli., Harlair Grace f., 2�1 in. bark Chanticleer. Murray. Richmond, inst. Schr. Angelin la Man. New Bedford i6ib inst. Schr. White Squall. Milliken Providence 17th inst. Schr. Eliza Crowell. Providence 17th inst. Sehr. D. Petit Clark no if a Elk i7lh inst. Foh Baltimore. Steamer by Lvii Cre Keene. Kic Limond. 18th inst. Steamer ii. L. Gaw Iler Philadelphia 19th . Schr. J. Birdsa chains Erlin. New York 18th inst. Memoranda. Ship Chas. Coom a. Liis port Fnu a Callao spoke Dic. 3d, int. 10 31., Ion. A 30, by. Ship Sanrof the East from London fur Hong Kong. Ship Macauley. Rodgers and Joseph Tarratt by Hanna both la fore reported in Hampton roads from Cacao have by ii order Tel to i Baltimore. Steamship Black avar rior Smith for Havana and n. York Cleaml new Orleans. Filth in. Steamship Africa. Shannon cleared new York 18th in.. For have rpm of. Ship a Ity of Mobile Mai Small from Bombay Calcutta. Nov. 22d, for new York. Ship r. L. Lane , Fajr new York entered for loan Ling . 27th ult. Ship Rattler Almy from san Francisco arrived new York 18th inst. Ship Magellan Wamen from Tome nov. 1.5, arrived Boston Itti inst. Ship tartar mix for new York was loading a Hamim. Nov. U. Ship Manhattan Dunbar Fra Loi Ulon. Arrive dul aleut to nov. 6. Ami remained 22nd. Leaking badly. Ship Art Union from Calcutta for , was spoken spoken nov. 21 off . Helena. Ship Beanca Chipman Uncertain remained Shang . Nov. 6. Ship morning Light. Rolinson flu Philadelphia was loan Ling , no. 22 ship j Calcutti. Nov. 22. Tates i news. Telegu a . Arrival of the City of Washington. i from Europe France and Austria panic in tiie Money . New York Ian. 19.�?the Trainer Civ of Wash in ton with dates to the iii inst., arrived Here inborn in italian a lairs were More threatening. Later but important advices from India live been received. The amnesty was working slowly but Well. the new levee of the emperor Napoleon. He made a Mcna Cinn remark to the austrian minister a Titch attracted Prat attention and produced considerable sensation. The emperors words were follows �?o1 Ropret that our relations with your Severn ment Are not so Good they were hut i request you to Tell the emperor my personal feelings for him live not the emphatic tone of the emperor and the animated gesture with which he accompanied Liis remark attracted the attention of the assembled diplomatic Cois. The was closed till the 3rd, hut on the opening on monday quite a panic prevailed the decline in the funds being fully one per cent. In the 4th the bourse continued depressed and again the funds were rather lower. The London Exchange sympathised with the Paris bourse and the decline one time was nearly per cent. The Money Market also closed Vienna where also a panic prevailed under a Rumor that Austria would Send troops to Belgrade. Italy still in an unsettled state particularly Lombardy. The news from All parts pregnant with alarm and the Steps which have been taken in Lombardy arc almost tantamount to a state of siege. The Spanish ministry have declared that Spain will never sell the of Cuba and have protested against the insulting hypothesis to the country implied in the presidents message. Count Olozaga introduced a motion supporting this ministerial declaration and was unanimously approved. Spain obtained full satisfaction from Mexico for the Tampico Al air. There were rumours of the discovery of a formidable conspiracy Curacao. Numerous arrests been made. All quiet Servia. The Bombay mail of december 9tli reached England but the news was unimportant. A Large array of rebels Heen Defeated by the com than Der in Clinef. The amnesty was slowly but surely thinning the ranks of the rebels giving Promise of an Early peace. Tiie latest. To noon yesterday morning opened the closing prices of thursday and showed some tendency towards improvement but the quotations from Paris checked the feeling and tie Market eloped heavy. Money in Active. Tie Timok leading article pays Continental sex Eit Cincent respecting the italian question reached a crisis and unless Ellica Cious Means of prevention be adopted a collision will occur Between Sardinia and Austria. The French Jovern mint have allured the italians to invoke assistance and Austria does not recognize the Frenchi an italian Power. Hence the bad feeling Between them. Markets. Liverpool two Days 12,000 Bates in Cludine 1.400 titles for Export Anil speculation. Tie Market rinsed Dull but . Some circulars say quotations Are barely maintained and prices Are 1-Lod. Lower. Manchester advices Aie Favorale and the Market closed with an advancing and Active. Bread stuffs Are firm. A Lieut and Corn have advanced. To Rev Ostons a quot Dull. Lard firm. Lolin trucks. Lindsay for in Lii Ladelphia. Was loading. Tui. Nov. 22. Ship flying dragon from Jarvis Island via Hampton , was Teleg phed Boston filth inst. Ship Wilippo Grille. Howes from sing Aimre for London passed Angler Ettli Dit. Ship messenger Manta a was Hong nov 14. In certain. Ship Napier. Kennedy for Shan Ginac Hung Kong 14 Shin Hornet Mit Eliell cleared Boston Idali inst. For Piil . Sli iii american Union from Calcutta for . Was Siai Ken nov. Ll.og. Helena ships Flower. Of new York Sti drink saw was spoken Jan. 2, lat. 24 we Ion. 6u . Ship Chams in Olley Norton fir new York to Terii. Loti ult. Vent by sea from Sauger nov. 211, ship Gildersleeve Johnson. Bombay. Bark Lucy a. Nickels Nickels Foi new York Manv. Oct. 27. Hark Imperator Hubbard from Rio Janeiro arrived in Hila Delphiia lilt the in to bark Azelia Davis from new York via Wilmington. Del . Croix 1st inst. Bark my. for Boston ele Aivil u,.kiu Iota inst. Park . James cruise from Philadelphia for Rio de Janeiro Iverna Luico dec. In bark Chanticleer Ali Iriny and Brig John Kelfer. Booze both lie Nee Riel Minond. Vittli inst. Brig Franklin. La. Experienced heavy gales on the passage Brig Maria Homan from Island arrived n York itch inst. Brig b. K. Fitton. For Liila Delithia sailed from Messinia nth ult Brig John Keffer. Booze f Roin Baltimore Richmond itch inst. Schr. Win a. Hamil. One year old,2f.2 tons Register built 111 new Jersey was sold loth inst by Public auction the me reliant , for $il,500. Purcha Seil Liv Slesers. Patterson a Mai Guindo. Schr. Helen from Baltimore for Rio Haelie Jan 2d. Lat 15. Ion. 7iy Schr. I a. .tolin.strediey, Conklin from Wilmington x arrive Tel Lii Ladelphia Isth inst Schr. P. .4. Sanders Livland cleared Wilmington ., l5tli inst. For Ali Ladelphia. Stir. Helen mar. Nickerson hence for Boston was spoken 17th inst. In Vineyard sound Schr Las Engliski Neal from Philadelphia arrived new Haven 17th inst. Schr. L. R. Myers. Somnus for powder Horn Ami , cleared Mohile loth inst. Sehr Willard Phillips Smith for new York sailed from Brandywine Mills i7th inst. Schr. Yaupon a Morris from Smyrna del., arrived new Nork 17th inst. Sclier. Cardner. Bourne for Philadelphia cleared Franklin la., 3uth ult. Sehr. A Hammami. Clark from Philadelphia for bos ton dutch Island Harbor inst. Sehr. Ann Lardner Hanling from Boston 17th inst. Eastern ports. New a Ork january Augusta a Vai Inah ship Rattler san Girk Jaskier . Slarks brigs Suwannee do Rush. Malaga Scliris. Haze do Mart d. Lane Appala Ieula. Ltd steamships Frea. . Philadelphia new Orleans ships Isaac Bel twerp .1 Bell Hong Kong Thos. Jefferson. New Orleans harks p Hamill a Charleston Sophia Eliz Alieni. Rotterdam Theo a rom oar Oien correspondent from Ava Lilii toni. , Ian. 19.�?the nomination of Lieut. Col. Jour h.4rki, of the Marine corps for promotion to the Kink of colonel vice , deceased was continued by the Senate to Day in executive session. reported that the charges which or. Shek Max succeeded yesterday in having referred to a committee of investigation Are specific and serious. One of the allegations that corruption was Practised in awarding contracts for machinery and also that a certain member of Congress was paid live thousand dollars for his Ini Lucacc in obtaining the contract and that in one instance a lower bid was absolutely suppressed in the Navy department. Various workmen engaged in the Navy Yard new York live also made affidavits that they have been compelled to pay a percentage of their wages to the master mechanics in order to obtain employment. Startling disclosures Are promised. The House to Day refused to consent to Grant the necessary expenses for the support of the pc asian Mission by striking from the appropriation Bill. believed that the Mission to Home will share a similar Fate. Too far. 2ieji.titcf.jy the j m Asci Ision Jan. 19.�?the Secretary of state to whom was referred the Resolution of the House requesting the president to communicate to that body the correspondence Between this government and France and England in relation to the acquisition of Cuba by the United states reported to the president that does not appear from the files and records of the state department that an Surh correspondence taken place. The Only correspondence Between this government and those of France and England relative to the Island of Cuba that which occurred Between the Secretary of state and count de Artiges and or. Crampton the French and British ministers which was communicated to the Senate with the presidents message on the 4th of january 18.53. The Senate in executive to Day confirmed Rush Elmore associate Justice of Kansas. will be recollected that he was removed from the same position by president Pierce the time governor Reeder was displaced governor of that territory. The nomination of Townsend Harris minister to Japan was again taken up but consideration postponed. a matter of remark and Surprise Why he not confirmed almost everybody seems to he favourable to him. Lieutenant colonel John Harris was confirmed colonel in the place of brigadier general Henderson deceased colonel commandant of the Marine corps. Several other consequent promotions on that Branch of the service were confirmed. The Secretary of the Navy in response to a Resolution informed the House that there no evidence in the department tending to show that non trial of Peter Corrie Tom so town for til i murder of 2�?~ollce officer . Sixth Dat. Torso town january 19th, 18.59. I audit court fur Baltimore county Hon Jolly n. Price Juilus. Rec mril j. tags. Esq state , prosecuting. Assisted by Arthur 1,. Machen . William 1. Preston get i. For the defence. State . Peter Corrie indicted f r the murder of police officer Robert m. Rigdon by shooting him wit i a pistol on the 5th of november last in the opening of the com to Thomas Carmichael Cross examination was not concluded on the revious evening. re called. Witness on duty the court on the of the trial of Cambrill there was a great number of persons inside and outside of the court room witness did not see or. Preston there witness saw Corrie in front of the Wilmor House there were a great Many Leopie in front of the Gila or House a great Deal of confusion there wit Ness did not see or. Whyte there did not hear Corrie cry out anything witness pushed several persons Hack who were in tie crowd up sized Cropps Back witness knew those who were the head of the disturbance witness not mistaken about the or Soner being one of the disorderly party witness never saw the prisoner before that Day saw Corrie about Llie court House so often that Day. That he to links he cannot lie mistaken aleut Corrie being in the crowd. or. Machens witness did not see or. Preston or or i Vieyte Rushing in the crowd. Or. Machens a did you recognize Corrie one of the Leailer of tie crowd quot or. Preston objected to the question a leading question. Or. Machens quot did Corrie take an Active part in the Rush a witness a saw Corrie the head of the crowd a or. Gittings a by a of you saw Cropps and Corrie the head of tie crowd engaged in the same object quot or. Preston a i object to this Mode of question Piug the witness the states counsel suggests these ideas to tie witness. I do not intend to yield to the state any mor. I intend to hold them to the strict rules of judge Price a the court does not wish you to yield any thing or. or. say the Hack which to carry Gambrill away was standing in front of the Gilmor House that the usual place for Hacks to stand which were employed for such purposes a or. object to or. , i withdraw the officer Jamison re called by the witness first heard was the one which he supposed killed Rigdon the shot appeared to he in a Yard or an Alley witness was in German Street near Pine witness heard two shots after the first shot. By or. Preston a witness wits about forty or fifty feet off from Pine Street on German when he heard the first shot. By or. heard three shots Only before Corrie turned into Pine Street. Officer Higgins re stated that officer Cook and himself started to go to the theatre and Liat they turned Hack on unto Cook not feeling Well Hen Alliey went Inlo Blanks they called for lager Beer they did not drink any then the Slot was fired before they rank a fitness supposes Liat the lager was to he the physic for the occasion witness was not on duty that Day saw Cook that about three o clock Ami took one or two drinks with him witness drank lager he thinks Maylie Brandy to be certain lie will say Liat he drank Bot i. By or. Machen a Corrie was arrested in front of a Gate Between German Street and a Small Alley near cider Alley witness thinks or. Corrie lot runs Hack to this Small Ailey Wien witness heard the report he was in Blanks Hisil a Dull. sound if smothered tiie first Saint in the Street was a heavy report clearer than tie first one would suppose the report was made by a Large pistol the other shots were of sharper sound like fired from a revolver. By or. never Drew any distinction Alio tic sound of the pistols he heard he never was asked the a cation about tiie sounds. Or. there not a dispute when the sur a Vor was about preparing tie plats to certain locations Liere the prisoner was arrested Between yourself Jami a and Cook a or. object to the question the witness Ean testify to what Jamison and Cook said that time. Or. want to show th. there a location on the plat marked Down about which a difference of opinion arose making a variation of some 40 or 50 feet a judge Price said the question could be put to the witness. nothing about a dispute of that by or. was arrested on the West Side of Penn Street near German no doubt about Liat. By or. Bouse on the North Side of German a Little East of Penn Street. By or. Don recollect saying any thing Airout a difference of sounds his examination be before the mayor. Officer Jamison place where Corrie was arrested was in front of tie Gate described Liy Higgins officer Cook was Alread of witness Ami he pointed out the place of the arrest and witness thought was not the place. Officer Andrews a police officer of the City my heat on Ross Biddle Eutaw Street and Pennsylvania Avenue Liis witness beat when officer Benton killed bunion was killed on the Corner of Biddle Street and Pennsylvania Avenue was in a Block of witness heat officer Rigdon was on the same beat , in the night time. Or. Preston.�?�?o1 done to see the bearing of this Evi or. will show the hearing of ." or. object to this evidence about the murder of one Benton by another Man and no bearing Putin the or. want to show that the prisoner Ivas one of the same crowd and frequented the same neigh Lior Liondas those who associated wit i Gambrill and Lii from officer Rig Tony a , Given on gamer ill a trial there was a motive for the murder on account of this or. Preston contended that there been no evidence to show Liat Corrie was in any Way associated with any of those Rowdy gangs was Slown in Croppse Case and was therefore not fair logo Hack to the Date of Benton murder and give evidence from which the jury might draw inferences prejudicial to the Case of the prisoner. Or. Gittings said there was no difference in tie two cases tie object of tie testimony was to show the Zeal exp Hihi ted by the prisoner in the trial of Gambrill and Thal this Zeal was followed up until the death of Rigdon. Judge Price ruled that the evidence was admissible. Witness knew Henry , ind knows the prisoner seen them to Geilier the my if 1. I a Dusia Buenos Ayres Lia Milton Charleston Damon a Episco Piil chaplains in the Are required by Yana Briu Gern suts. Amsterdam restau Rador Rapuano a Chopra to ii to to fat iary Mil Onward,?.kitu storm King Gabon Sai Nuol bar vast. 10 the episcopal Lainoff a. The cd Orleans papera of wednesday Hare Marks scars. Alice Norfolk Ann a sushi Charlesti. N. Casey port a a Platt Fairfax wave and dragon North Carolina Jamie Sion Savannah Suwa set Jack Mville. Phi a Adelph iia january 18.�?Arr. Let arks Azof Messina David Kimball new Orleans scars. D. Faust Wilmington . R. P. King Richmond. Cd d barks Charles e. Lex Pernambuco Monmouth Marseilles scars. J. H. Stroup a Harleston m. Smith Mobile. Ekx ports. Rich Mon january 18.�?Arr. I Kirk Sallie map be. Rio or. Go. S. Adams new Orleans. Cd d steamship Roanoke Richmond Philadelphia. Wilmington 16.�?Arr. Schr. Vermont . Thomas. Mobile Jannary 15.�?Arr. Bark mrs Talip. New York bri45 Lavacca new York Schr , Havana. Cd d bark troian Providence. Charleston january 17-�?Arr. , ship Mazeppa Bristol end. Scars. James Rose d b. Mar Ner. New York Theo. D. Wapner. New York Millard fill More. New a a re a w. Smith do. Cry i steamship Jame a Adger new i Ork ship Alliance jul Verso a Barcelona Avola Boston times new Orl Mobile Schr. Harn Maybee new Orleans nf.1v Oki eans january 17 a Arr. Per Tel ship . Louis new y Ork bark Daniel Yates do. Notice to mariners. Sicily Light of Island. office Ami balt lox pox dec. 17. 1868. The sicilian Rover rent Given notice that on Aud after Jun. 1, 1839. A Lilit will let a Xiii cited from tie Lighthouse recently erected on Point Marsala the Point of the Island of Favignano. Coi ust of Sicily. The Light will be a file Ltd Green , place Ltd an Elevation of 61 English feet above the sea and in Clear weather should Al visible Domestic markets. Philadelphia markets Jan. 18-evening.�? bread stuffs arc firmer and holders of flour have put up Ihler prices in Jii Uit cts. Per bbl. There some Little in Quiry. Mostly for speculation and 1.000 barrels of Good straight superfine sold a private bargain said to he an Advance on previous quotations holders now ask 5 50 Par bbl. For this description there very Little inquiry for Export and the Trade Are buying More freely from $5.37ji up to $6 for common to Good superfine and extra $fl.�?T25 up to $7.50 for fancy brands according to Quality. Rye flour firm and 100 bids have been sold $3.87&Gti tier bbl. Corn meal scarce and Pennsylvania Worth $3.50 per bbl. I heat held above the views of , and ouly Airout 1.000 bushels have been sold Iso cts. For Reil and 140 a 148 cts. Fat a White. Rye wanted and about 800 bushels Pennsylvania brought 85 cts. Corn continues in fair request and about 2.500 bushels yellow sold 78 &<79 cts., the latter Price delivered on Iniard Oak Are Dull prime Sells slowly 48 cts. Per Bushel. Bark wanted $28 for 1st no. 1 que Citron. Cotton steady i. Price with sales of about 180 Bales to notice Atli Juji a 12\ cts. For Uplands. Groceries there a Good demand for sugars and about 250 Hhd. New Orleans brought 7� 3 cos. On time. Nothing doing in molasses or Coffee Aud the Market firm. Provisions Are inactive without any changes to notice. Seel so Clover seed better about 4fo bushels sold $6.25 g.037x Iier Bushel mostly the lat or rate for prime Domestic flaxseed wanted $1.70 per Bushel. I whiskey i to Lues firmer the Advance bbl. Are Selling 27 28 cti., Hhd. 26 cts. And Drudge 25 cts. Per gallon. Wilmington markets Jannary 18 a the pinyin sales on saturday of 40 a bbl. And to Day of 1,124 do. $2 80 for Virgin and yellow dip and $1.60 for hard per 280 lbs. Spirits nothing doing that we hear of. Rosin there was some animation in the Market for common and 11.100 bbl. Changed hands $1 20 per bal. For Large bbl. And per .310 .�?iieing an Advance. Sales also of 900 bbl. Low no. 2 $1.�?T20 per bal. doing in this article. Last tale was $1.80per bal. Markets by Telegraph. New . 19.�?flour buoyant state $4 80 5 5. Ohio $5.80 6 Southern $5.30i 5.50. Wheat buoyant a sales of 20.000 duh Els White l3�-ml59 cts. Red 130 <l134 cts. Corny the Market buoyant sales of 36,000 bushels mixed 88, q88x cts yellow 76 987 cts. Pork the Market closed buoyant new mess $17 75<gl8 old $17.60 prime $13 25 ujl3 37. Lard closed buoyant ill go cts. M Holskey Cloteil steady 275l28x cts. Sugars Stea 7fas cts. Coffee firm sales of 10,000 bags Lulli la ecu. Molasses41 cts. Spirit turpentine heavy 49q.49&Gti cts. Rosin steady $1.77ji a ,1.80. hta. January 19�?flour firm. Wheat firm 148 cts. Fur White and 1059133 cts. For red. Corn Active new yellow 79 981 cts. Whiskey improving tales 27 928 cts. New . January 17.�?cotton�?sales to Day 4,500 Bales stiffer prices. There no change to report in the rotations. Sugar buoyant sales of 2,500 Hhd. 51 @6 cts.,an Advance of pc. Molasses sales of 2.500 Hhd. 31 cts., an Advance of in. Flour an advancing ten Decoy 6,000 bbl. Sold including 3.400 bbl. On speculation. $5.25, an Advance of 25 cts. Lard in bbl. Sells ii cis., for prime India bagging atl3.1 cts. Whiskey 20 cts. Savannah january 18�?cotton�?sales of 1,300 Bales to Day. The Market firm but accurate quotations can not be Given. Hampton Road. January 18.�?the com Market if a tire Here yellow Sells 81 cd. And White 76 cd. Canol Natl january 18.�?flour firm $4.90 96 a whiskey Dull and Ltd. Lower sales 25j& cts. Provisions Une ranged mess pork $17.50, balk sides 7x cd. Lard in Bali. 11 of. Bacon sides Are quoted 8&Gti ets. Chabi Iston january 18.�?cotton�?tales of 8,400 Bales a offer prices. There no change to report in the imports a Baltimore. Morelon. wlfbou4t. In Usu of York ship aug ant Liverpool liar Quinane 1. New Orleans we. Wilson or. Gittins Touhl say to tie witness that any thing which was said by the prisoner Eitnier extorted from him by tear or Hope would not be evidence to get applied to the prisoner hut any thing said by him Volunta Rily could go the jury evidence. Sir. Preston a Aid he still objected and thought that there was enough evidence already Here to show that the prisoner who Heen beaten and severely wounded was confined in the station Louse Labouring under such terror in his mind that he could not that time have made what the Law Means by a voluntary confession. Witness recalled. Judge was this confession made a the Western District station judge Long after he was confined a a about note ii judge there any threat or inducement made or offered a Nim before made a to my judge witness can proceed but must con Fine himself to this certain time a a . Kirk in whose employ the prisoner been asked witness to let him see Corrie told Kirk to wait the mob outside was much excited Almut fifteen minutes after this witness took or. Kirk Back and unlocked the do or of the room where Corrie was when they entered Corrie commenced Cryingidteous-l7, and said a of what have i done what ill Ray poor Mother say quot he then called on and or. Kirk to shoot him he repeated these remarks twice with positive of. And May be three limes Kirk spoke to him said a How de you do. Peter quot known Corrie before this time for several years he lived in witness neighbourhood in the Western Section of the City witness saw Corrie almost every Day missed him some time after this and thought he was absent from the City witness met Corrie once in Holliday Street hit two week after death and when Gambrill in jail witness went into Wilkinson a Saloon on Holiday Street near the theatre and there saw Corrie Corrie said i that witness was mistaken about the identity of Gambrill. And a that he not testified correctly Almut the Gambrill Case and Soke about the part witness taken in the arrest of Gambrill he said to witness that his name was Peter Corrie a Butcher Pete quot witness told him Liat he knew him by both names when Corrie told witness head not spoken tie truth was said in a threatening manner so much so that witness placed himself in i defensive attitude witness thinks Corrie on a Black sack coat Don know what kind of a Cap he examined by or. Saloon a respectable establishment far witness knows Corrie been drinking certainly witness seen the prisoner More since he been connect Eil with the police department than formerly seen him several times since he came from the country Corrie asked with if he was not Captain Lineweaver witness knew Corrie and Corrie knew witness the conversation Adf dressed to witness by Corrie was not the foolish reckless language of men usually made Over their cups the language Ushy was said to witness to intimidate him witness noticed a Cut on the prisoners nose the station House witness did not consider the prisoner beaten counsel Midlil think that he was Leaten witness does not consider beaten alien he Lian a single Cut on the nose wit Ness does not think the Pruner knew about the Carowil outside of the station House there were no loud cries out Side there noticing said about hanging Corrie outside Corrie could not have heard the noise in the Street he was put in the backroom witness the husband of tie sister of Marion Cropps who was tried before for tie some offence. By or. willing to testify in the Case of Cropps but told or. Gittings he would prefer not being put a on the stand witness not a relation of the prisoner witness to stiff a in the Case of the state against Henry Gambrill forthe murder of Kildun. . We. Ii. Groover a lieutenant of the District polic was the watch House when Corrie was brought in and put Hack the prisoner on a Cap with a glazed cover he was secure Ltd in the Corner of the Back room when lie was brought out before the mayor he on a cloth Cap the mayor came to tie station House Al out an hour after Corrie was conf Neil witness saw Corrie in the with Marshall herring with a cloth Capon remarked that was not Liis Cap Corrie said nothing saw sergeant Hough come up from the room with a glazed cover and witness Fittim on the Cap. Cross examined by or. the door when Corrie came up to the station House there were some Twenty persons who came up with Corrie the door was immediately shut witness thinks there was much commotion outside hut he Don know what was done or said there were three doors which were Closel he twee a Corrie and the Street there was an Ai Ertner in one of the rooms where some prisoners escaped but closed up that time the prisoner ironed he Handcuffs and was chained to the floor the Chain Al out 14 inches in length the full length of the Chain a Man Rai Glit be said to lie in a prostrate condition. Captain Lineweaver. Re called by or. prisoner was chained when he made the declarations before or. Kirk and witness. Sergeant Hough re called by the went Back in the room with a lamp and found the cover of a Cap in the Northeast Corner of the room the was in the Southeast Corner witness the Cap cover and the Cap witness Here produced a Blue cloth Cap with a Button on each Side and a glazed covering Wlinich shown to the jury. The Cap a Hole in the front part of the cloth if made by a Bullet but there no a Gerture in to show that the Bullet passed through the upper part of a juror asked what was the motive in showing the clip. Or. Gittings said Only that the jury might have the Opportunity to look . being now Twenty minutes of three of clock. Or. Gittings said that the court designed to adjourn the state would Here close w Ith the understanding that if one or two witnesses came Forward in the morning would be allowed to examine them. Or. In Reston did not Admire this arrangement he would like the state to announce the fact that closed so that the defence could if . Subi a a some of tie state witnesses to i prepare his defence for which he intended to ask the indulgence of the court he asked this indulgence till the morning he thought was due to his client. Or. Gittings said the defence might consider the state having closed and judge Price announced that the court would Grant the indulgence asked for by or. Pres ton. The court adjourned until to Inorio morning 10 o clock when the examination of witnesses for the defence will be commenced. The Baltimore county Bible society presen Teil a Large Bible to the circuit court and also one to the orphans court of Baltimore county. They have also in laced a Bible in each cell in the Baltimore county jail Towson town. And have ordered a handsome Bible for each District school in the county. Annual ii Dolit of the clerk of . Mary a county in Dofa olt of the whole land May look with Pride upon their common if the v Foi the year ended 30, 1h.58, to the governor of Maryland. Am nut of Eumie a Liichi Accra Neil in Liis hands from wealth she stands among her Federal Sisters. Trea sury i Epa rement Ltd ick \ january loth 1859. J to the governor of Maryland the following report submitted in compliance with the requirement of tie of Assembly a of 1852, chapter ,56, Section 1, and exhibits a Complete statement of the funds and revenues of the state and of the Public expenditures Durini the fiscal year ending on the 30th september 18.58, specified the amount Derivable and received from each source of Revenue and tic purpose for which i each expenditure was made and shows the name residence and official character of the persons from we Hom any arrearage May Lee due with the amount so due from each defaulter. Receipts. Statement a shows tie total receipts into the Treasury during the fiscal year to have been $1,-019.228 95. There remained in tie Are Surv on the 30th of september 1857, s7i8.477 32, Wlinich added to the receipts re the year make an aggregate in the Treasury for the fiscal year of $1,737,706 27. Ily an examination of statement a we ill Aii Pear that of the receipts in 1858, the sum of s546, 031.39 was received for the Revenue which accrued in that year and $173,197.50 was received on account of former years. A comparison of the total receipts in the year 1858, with those of the preceding year shows 811 excess in favor of 1857 to the amount of $265,-476.45, but the sum of 275,770.23 was received in 1857, in liquidation of the states claim against the Federal government and of course not to be included with the regular revenues in the Treasury tier before deducting this sum from the receipts of 1857, the difference Between the receipts of the two years reduced $89,706.22. The falling Oil in the receipts from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Susquehanna and tide water canal companies tie principal cause of this difference will hereinafter More fully appear. Statement r exhibits the disbursements in the fiscal year which amounted to $1,295,598.26. This statement also shows the balance in the Treasury the close of the fiscal year to have been $442,108.�?T-01, subject to the payment of certain charges Luiere in stated leaving a net remainder of $138,641.94 to he applied to future demands. A Tate Idit c an estimate of the probable receipts into the Treasury in the current fiscal year ending sept. 30th, 1859,1 which Are therein placed the sum of $1,049.500. Statement d will be found to contain an estimate of the probable demands upon the Treasury during the current fiscal year the total of which set Down s995.894. Statement e an account of the funds to wit the free school fund and sinking fund. A reference to this statement will show the receipts in the fiscal year on account of the free Sci tool fund to have been $71,264.40. Of the Sere seipts the sum of $24,306.04 received in payment of the Twenty cents tax on the capital of the Banks $9,712.32 from dividends on Bank Stock $530.16 from state 6 per cent Stock $34,069.36 from surplus Revenue $2,000 surplus transferred of the appropriation for the education of tic indigent Blind and s3.646.52 interest on the investment made by the treasurer in opted hence to the of Assembly of 18,58, chapter 295. The sum of $20,987.63 remained in the Treasury on tie 30tli of september. 1858, to the credit of the said fund which added to the receipts of the year make an aggregate of $95,252.03. File disbursement on the same account for the same period were s71.384.�?~25 and deducting the expenditures from the aggregate there will appear to the credit of the free school fund of the 30th of september 18.58, $23,867.76. That portion of the Sci tool fund which i consists of Bank Stock and Cash belonging to tie counties exhibited in statement The aft of of 1858, Cli Apter 295, before alluded to authorized and directed the treasurer a to have invested the sum of $160,929.26, the amount received from the general government in 1857. On account of interest upon the Money advanced by this state to the United states during the last War with England in the Bonds of this state or. In his discretion in some Safe and profitable Stock or stocks fund or in pursuance of this Law the treasurer purchased a Cost of 90 percent., $00,500 of York and Cumberland Hail Road 6 per cent Coupon Bonds the interest upon which payable Semi annually on the first of Jan uary and july at93.41 percent. S,55,�?~24030of bal timbre cite 6 per cent. Water Stock the interest i upon which i payable Semi annually on the first of i november and May and i i 4 per cent. $57,818. 1 68 of Baltimore City 6 per cent Stock interest a payable Semi annually on the first of january and 1 the first of july. I Liis investment believed the first of Lune to the first of december 1857, and for the whole amount of Revenue accrued to the first of june 1858. I the late clerk of Worcester county in de i fault for Revenue accrued in hands to the first of december 1857. Notice of suit been Given. I the clerk of the circuit court for Caroline count v in default for a Small balance due upon his return to the first of june 1858. The comptroller was reluctantly compelled to withdraw tie claims of the state against the late respectfully submitted we. Henho i Knell comptroller. 1�?T r�ss10\.u . Thirty fifth Congress second session. , Jan. 19, 1859. Senate. The Senate was organized on motion of or. Clerk of the circuit court for Caroline county from a Ioir by calling or. Fitzi kick to tie chair the states attorney for that county on account of i tie vice i resident no having made his appear Anea his neglect to Institute suit according to instructions a Quarter past twelve of clock from this department and to solicit the governor or. Foster presented the petition of Baker and to appoint some Ither member of the bar to repro i Goodwin and 103 others praying for the passage sent the state in these cases. Accordingly the of a Law preventing a monopoly in the Public a Anos. States attorney for Dorchester county been i i of appointed and now prosecuting these claims with Zeal and ability. Revenue from a rosters of wills. These officers paid into the Treasury during the fiscal year .$54,306.96, which compared with the receipts on the same account in 1857. Shows a decrease of $14,570.32. The legislature session of january 1858, passed an releasing the estate of Moses Sheppard deceased of Baltimore Cit from the payment referred. Or. Seward presented a similar petition. A also a series of resolutions passed by a meeting of tic veterans of the War of 1812, praying for the passage of the old soldiers Bill. Referred. Or. In Ranii Ofle Rcd a Resolution calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for a list of All the articles exported from the several Porta of the United states to the Island of Cuba for each year during the last five years and also a list of All the articles imported of the collateral tax. The property belonging to i during the same time to the same ports. Agreed to. The estate was considerable and living Heen devised and bequeathed to the Stahl Sliment of an in a sane Asylum the legislature released the collateral tax upon which i would have amounted to about $16. 100. This exemption reduced the return of the Register of wills of Baltimore City and will account for the falling Oft in the receipts from this class of officers. gives tie comptroller pleasure to state that the registers of wills have for the most part during the year just closed made their returns and to this department with promptness and regularity. The Register of wills for Caroline county in default for Revenue which accrued in Liis hands from the first of june to the first of november 1857, and for a balance upon his return to the first of june 18.58. The passage of a Law requiring the registers of wills to make quarterly reports to this office certified to and attested by the judges of the court would believed be an excellent provision. One of the objects in establishing the comptrollers office was to make a Check upon the accounting officers of the state. This object Lully accomplished so far tie clerks of courts Are concerned in the regulations for the issuing of licenses. There no such Check upon the registers of wills for the duplicate receipts have proved utterly worthless and the method proposed seems Best adapted to answer the purpose desired. Their payments into the Treasury could be made present provided for. of fees. The receipts in tie fiscal year on this account under the provisions of the first Section of the tenth article of the Constitution and chapter 444, of the acts of the Assembly of 1833, amounted to $1,-643.33, being less than one half tie sum reported in 18,57. T f to lie amount received the present states attorney of Baltimore City paid into the Treasury $1,433.33, and the late states attorney for the said City paid s210, which sum was the remainder of fees due him from the City and collected since the close of his official term tie recommendation made to the legislature in the comptroller last report will be renewed in his next to that ilo Norahle body and he Well satisfied that the passage of an such was therein indicated would add much to tie Revenue arising from this source. Al a Tox ditties. In he receipts from the auction duties appear in table no. 4, and amount for the fiscal year to $14,121.7�?Tj. In 1857, they were Sig,�?T232.84. Under chapter 2cg of 1853 the proceeds of these duties Are placed to the credit of tie mayor and City Council of Baltimore to he expended in the deepening of a Channel in the clip Speake Bay and the Patapsco River below fort Mchenry. Table no. 4, of the appendix also shows the receipts from auctioneers licenses which amounted to $6,9.50, exceeding the receipts in 1857, from the same source $1,950. sex tar. Railway comic Axy. This company faithfully met obligations to tie state in accordance with tie requirements of Cha itch 260 of tie acts of Assembly of 1854. Its regular quarterly payments for the fiscal year amounted to $90,000. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company. The state received from this i Inphany during the fiscal year on account of her portion of the receipts from the a Ashington Branch of the Road $34,396.02. In 1857 the state received on the same account $76,038.16. The company petitioned tie legislature last to be released from the capitation tax on that portion of the Road which lies Between bal from a Dis Nitice of 10 Miles. The Lighthouse stands in i.atitiidv37 55 n. Wahibi tide 21 00 k. Of Greenwich. By comm acid of their . John Washington. This notice affects the following admiralty a hard ssh Mediterranean general. No. �?T-�?T158 Sicily general. No. 165 Sicily West coast. No. 187. Also Mediterranean lights li. for August 18.58, no. 1.51. Sailing of Ocean . Steamers. From for a . La i circassian Alwayne a 27 a . .5 a . 12 to Akrive.��?T a Ork Ian. 1 a a a a Torkian. 8 Torkian. 8 Arago Southampton new a Torkian. 12 new a Ormbre Mennen a Ork fete 5 f new a Ork feh. 9 the Overland mail for California leaves . every monday and thursday 8 . Utters designed for should lie marked a Overland via . Louts the Havana steamers leave new a Ork on the 2d, 7th, 12th, 17th and 27th of each month and Charleston C., on tie 4 the and 19th. The new a Ork steamers of the 2d and 17th Are the Only ones Pniler strict eni tract w Ith government to sail i their appointed Days. Ezor India Overland mail to India closes in Lon Don follows a a Marseilles on tie 2d. 9th. 17th. And Ostli of each month via Southampton 4th, 12th and 2hth. Foi China via Marc Illus 9lh and 25th via Southampton. 4tl. And 2iltli. For Vii Onilia via Marseilles and Suez on the 16th via Southampton and Suez 12th. Alien the Date of making up the Indian and australian mails in Inion Falls on a sunday they Are made up on the evening previous the Hytien revolution. The following decree been issued by the revolutionists Liberty. Republic of Hayti. By Katity. Act of forfeiture in the name of the nation the departmental committee in session of natives considering to Batten. Eon Louque abused the Power which been confided to him in shedding foods of innocent blood considering that his whole administration nothing but a series of robberies under which upright citizens have fallen victims principal of whom Are Ardouin David Troy and Jean Baptiste Francisque of honorable memory. Considering that general son Louque violated the National Law in overturning the Constitution with which he received authority he in consequence deprived of Power for a Inge 1.�?thrown into prison citizens without a trial. 2.�?appropriating All the funds of the general Treasury. 3.�?appropriated the fifth of the Coffee products. 4.�?appropriated the products of the Sale of a Boghiu from the state grounds. 5.�?emitted Treasury notes for his own profit. 6.�?organized a forcible pillage of vessels on the coast misdeeds which have compromised the Honor of several Hartiens and of Many strangers who have been prevented from fulfilling their engagements. All which we submit to the consideration of the High court of Justice. Done Gona Ivea the 23d of december 1858, and 66th year of the National Independence. Another decree orders the destruction of the dungeons of the fort gon Aives. Another decree revokes the decree of banishment of those who have been convicted of political offences. _ the Boston Adver Tuer announces the death of Lemuel so attack esq., Long and favourably known in the literary Community an Able historian and Antio Narian. He died his residence in Boston on monday the age of 65 years. Wshington Stahi Mai that an a Zara Kwiyon of co Grom u a Rouly talked of. Been received. I Licy can Tail the following additional news from Mexico furnished by the Steamer Tennessee appears that on the 31st of december the a Junta popular a in the City of Mexico which was formed of a great majority of conservatives and the clergy established a a programme governmental a which proclaims the inviolability of the corporation property and protests against the alienation or mortgage of the National territory. was not known last accounts whether Mira Mon would accept the presidency. Lii Rorr. Boston Jan. 18.�?atsouth Franklin mass. Last evening Jonathan Vales shot miss Susan Whiting with a pistol killing her instantly. Wales fled but was arrested this morning. The cause of the supposed to be jealousy Vales formerly paid his addresses to the deceased. Both Are Young and belong to respectable families. The troubles in Southern Kiin aaa. . , Jan. 19.�?the Kansas City journal of chit Pieree of the 13th inst. Says judge a Illiams of fort Scott just arrived hero in route to Confer with governor Mcnary concerning the troubles in Southern Kansas. He represents fort Scott and the neighbourhood being under a reign of terror. All business suspended and women and children Are being removed to places of safety. The citizens arc under arms and on their guard Day and night. The deep River coat Minea. Wilmington n. A. Jan 19.�?the Pioneer Steamer Haughton just arrived Here from deep River mines towing two barges of Coal. A Salute of one Hundred guns being tired in Honor of the event. From the Nete York papera of yesterday \ arrival of the Overland Maii. . , Jan. 18.�?the Overland mail with san Francisco dates of the 24th ult., arrived. Two came through. The California news unimportant. A Ictoria dates Are to december 14. Fraser River was Frozen below fort Langley and was feared that great Suft ering would he experienced by the miners in consequence of the cutting off of their supplies. Lion Lulu advices Are to december 2. The whaling ship Rajah of new Bedford was wrecked in the okhotsk sea on the 18th of october and thirteen persons were lost among them Captain Stewart of Fairhaven mass. The first mate Thomas Hamlin Falmouth mass. John Fawcett of cats kill John Moran of Troy n. Y. Cd Arlen a. Gould of new Bedford Andrew Delany of new a Ork cite and John Hadley of Nort Ifield . The Clipper ships Skylark and Golden Eagle for new be lord and e. A. Willetts for new London sailed from Honolulu november 25, and the West wind and Anglo Saxon for new Bedford december 1. The Brig Emma and ship John Dunlop were fit Ting out Honolulu for a whaling cruise on the coast of California. Business Honolulu was very Dull. Considerable rain Lead fallen san Francisco and business was almost a stand still. Foreign Rice heavily declined. Candles were realizing Low prices auction. A leading Speculator in the article suspended. The loss to his creditors principally the difference in the Price now and when he bought. The hark Frances Palmer arrived from Honolulu. The passengers by the mail report the roads in excellent condition until they reached Missouri. Major Chii Ittleman Indian agent gone rom fort a Uma to reclaim a woman and two children from the Mohave indians taken captive from an Emigrant train which was attacked on the Colorado last fall. The miners were vacating the Gila River Gold mines and the number there already reduced to about one Hundred. The apaches attacked a train ten Miles above Elpaso and killed two men and drove off the Stock. On the same night the indians attacked a Corral in Elpaso and run off several animals. The trunk stolen from the mexican Boundary commissioners with contents Heen recovered. Boston weekly Bank statement. , Jan. 18.�?the following Are the footings of our weekly Bank statement capital Stock. $.33,318.000 Loana and discount. 60,106,800 specie. 7,931,700 due from other Banks. 7,111,300 due to other Banks. 11,139,700 deposits. 21,127,700 circulation. 6,763,700 death of Elz governor Slade of Vermont. Boboth Jan. 18.�?ex-Govemor Slade of Vermont Secretary of the National Board of popular education did Middleborn on sunday Lut. Vernon Hook and lad�1er company a a House on bid Dit Street near Ross those who go with that company rally under the name of the company and also that of a plugs a Don know i whether the member of f the company make these or not there Are a parcel of runners who make those cries witness seen the prisoner with Gambrill and the crowd on the Corner of Ross and Biddle streets this was about two years ago witness not seen the prisoner in company with Gambrill since Corries return from the country. Or. Preston the court to Rule this testimony out that the counsel for the state Luul no right to go Back two year and show the acts of the prisoner Liat time. Judge Price ruled that the evidence Coull go to the jury. Witness seen the prisoner since his return from the country in the neighbourhood of Ross Biddle Kutaw streets and Pennsylvania Avenue seen Corrie the Corner of Biddle Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in company with a party of Young men who congregated there witness seen Corrie morgans Morgan on Eutaw Street a restaurant. Or. a arty frequents morgans a or. Preston objected to the testimony. Judge Price ruled competent. Witness seen Corrie around the Corners on his beat in company with Young men seen Corrie in the mount Vernon company a House both of fore and after he left the City never saw him in Gambrilis House Henry gamer in went with the mount Vernon Hook and Izu Der company never saw Corrie go to fires with Gambrill after he return from Llie country saw Corrie often go to fires with Gam Rill before he left the City wit Ness Don know if the party rallying Onder the name of plugs have any a head Cross examined by or. Preston witness took the prisoner Down to the truck House after his return to the City to show him the Fine new House witness can to recollect if that was Only time he saw the prisoner there been a i Clicc officer since Corrie came from the have been on the police about two years. By or. Gittings morgans called the mount Vernon restaurant morgans three squares from the truck House. By or. Machens witness thinks Corrie lived with his brother in Law in last november Corrie brother in Law lives on Pennsylvania Avenue above Hoffman Street witness thinks about a Quarter of a mile from the truck House. By a never saw Corrie morgans. John h. Witman was present the court during the trial of Henry Gambrill witness reported the trial for the daily Exchange news Aper Iam Brill was charged with the murder of police officer Benton officer Rigdon was a witness for the slate in that Case Rigdon testified the trial substantially th. upon the night of the 22<1 of september Between 11 and 12 o clock he. In company with other officer., was called to tie House of a mrs. On Biddle Street near Pennsylva Nia Avenue where a disturbance taken place to officers Benton. Brown an Ltd himself went into the House and arrested a Man named Isen halt that they proceeded to the Middle of Biddle Street near the Avenue alien a Man named Houck interfered and attempted to Rescue Isenhardt that Benton and himself then let go of Isenhardt and arrested Houck that they were convening to the Sutton House and got far the Corner of Biddle Street and Pennsylvania Avenue when Henry Gambrill ran up to within three or four feet of Vliem when Lai Brill levelled a pistol Benton and a pulled away a a the Load taking effect upon the left Side of the neck of Benton causing a wound from which he died in a few minutes Rigdon also testified that was a Clear and Bright Moonlight night and that he could not be mistaken in the Man who fired the shot. The verdict rendered in Gambrilis Case was that of a guilty of murder in the first degree a the verdict was rendered a few minutes after half past five of clock the jury came in half past five and the verdict was recorded a few minutes after. Cross examined by or. say the Benton was killed on the night of the 22d of september quot was the time Given in the testimony of officer Rigdon i state from sir. Preston a your Date Correct Wiat time was Gambrill Tikon from the court House upon the night of conviction a witness�?�?o1 do not know i left the court room a few minutes after the verdict was rendered and went Down to the or. Preston a i have no More questions to the witness quot or. Gittings a i am much obliged to you or. Witman a officer Magee was on duty the court House on the last Day of Gambrilis trial witness went out with the other officers with Gambrill on the Way to the Hack there was a Large crowd rushed Down with the officers witness saw the prisoner among this crowd he was disorderly and under the influence of liquor witness arrest a him. When lieutenant Carmichael said this no time to make an arrest witness then let Corrie go and did not see him after that witness followed the Hack and when on the Comer of water Street and Calvert witness arrested another party and brought him far Baltimore Street witness heard cries of a now your time boys rally a a &c., in the Rotunda the courthouse when Gambrill was brought out did not hear Corrie cry out. Cross examined by or. was a Large number of persons around the court House that Day the greatest number were on Lexington Street and when Gambrill was brought out the other door a Rush was made Tor Calvert Street Don know what kind of crowds Are about the court House when convicted persons Are brought out this was the first time witness was Ever the court Bouse when a party was convicted of a capital offence. By or. Cropps in front of the Gilmor House and saw j Carmichael push him Back Don recollect seeing Corrie in front of the Gilmor House. Lewis Carl the prisoner know Cropps recollect the evening of the murder saw Corrie and Cropps that night witness was standing on Koss Street in front of morgans Between and 7 o clock talking with two friends Cropps and Corrie came up from Little Ross Street witness thought Corrie asked if any one a pistol he was told that no one a pistol they then went into morgans and took a drink witness supposes they came out and Cropps then made the remark that Gambrill was in the Middle District watch House Corrie did not say anything they went off then ill the same direction in which they came Corrie went into the tavern soon he asked for the pistol Gambrilis tavern was on Franklin Nar Eutaw Street witness known Corrie for about two years witness saw Corrie on election Day in Gambrilis Don think he seen him in morgans Cropps never came in that part of the town much witness Lieen accustomed to see Cropps about the Corner of Pearl and Baltimore streets. Cross exam Neil by or. done to know if Corrie got a pistol saw nothing of the sort with either of them Gambrilis tavern was about a Square from the polls on election Day and there were a number of persons going in and out All the time witness Only saw him there once that he can testify to. By or. say what crowd Corrie been in the habit of going with then witness not seen Corrie the truck House since he came from the country witness did not see him much before he went away about the truck House witness not an because he was on the Railroad and was not much in town. Captain Brown this witness reiterated the testimony Given by him on the former trial Cross examined by or. can to describe particularly Rigdon beat without the Aid of the plat. Captain Lineweaver heard the shot fired which killed Rigdon witness was standing in front of the Western police station witness immediately went to Rigdon a Bouse and found Rigdon dying witness saw Corrie afterwards the station House where Corrie was locked up. Or. what took place the station or. elect what the purpose of the Sute in this a or. git the acts Tad de curation of the will prove a Safo and productive one. The action 1 a quot quot f i a a fused to Prant to Weir petition. In making the first payment in 18.58, tie states part of the receipts upon the portion of tie Road before mentioned was withheld the treasurer of the company Forward in with his remittance a Resolution of the Board of directors in substance denying tie right of the state to the tax on that part of the Road. The of the of 1825 and 1858 in thus in Cour Iping common Sci tools worthy of approbation but if the state Given in so Noble a cause the whole amount received from the Federal government would have been impossible for her to have devoted to a Wiser purpose. Resolution 38, of 1825, appears to Liao contemplated the Ostash i a. A a. A a. Lish ment of , of common free schools and protested against this novel cons time. A a i quot under which a different course o Eer pain Oti City intelligence. Election of follow Vine gentlemen were elected officers for the in snip year the regular annual meeting of the medical and surgical society of this City a Titch took place the medical Hill on North a Alvert Street on last monday evening president or. Jacob w. Houck 1st a Iee presi Dent or. James Gilman 2d vice president or. Abri Stopher Johnston recording Secretary or. T. Marshall reporting Secretary or. J. Waters corresponding Secretary or. Aah. Kloman treasurer or. P. A ombre orator or. James Bordley curators drs. G. Aah. A seems and a. H. Monroig committee of Honor drs. J. J. Krozer H. Jones and a. B. Arnold committee on lectures and debates drs. J. F. Monni Onier h. P. Avilton and a. B. Arnold. After the election was concluded. Or. Lewis h. Steiner the orator of the past year entertained the society for about three quarters of an hour wit i a very eloquent and instructive oration. After which i the annual dinner prepared by messes. Reilly Snyder in a style of elegance not often sur passed was discussed by the Meibers of the society present. Boru of fire a communication sent yesterday to the first Branch of the City Council by the fire department the following facts Are taken i he Board paid to the first Baltimore fire company for the steam engine a a alphas and Hose and Liose Carriage and of lick appurtenances the sum of $4.�?T250. To the vigilant for the a Comet a Hose the sinking fund not been extensive in ac., $4,400 to the aah Ashington for the a a lome a Hose ac., $3,750 to the Pioneer Hook and ladder for trucks bidders Hooks ac., $1,200. The Board contracted for six Hose carriages wit i capacity for 1,000 foe of Liose Cost of $250 each. The engines and trucks with All their appurtenances Are to be paid with City notes bearing interest and running 12, 16 and 18 months Ami the new Hose carriages with notes running 12 owing to tie extensive limits of the City the commissioners Are of the opinion that six engines Are not sufficient for the wants of tie City and suggest that the number be increased to eight. The Cost of purchasing the engines Hose ac., thus far been much below the original estimate and no contracts have yet been entered into for the construction of the other engines required nor will there be any contract made with any party until the engine now building by messes. Poole a Hunt been thoroughly and Power and capacity proved. Report of the trustees for the following statistics Are taken from the report of tie in trustees for the poor amount of receipts irom All sources $35,709.04 amount of expenses for the year 33,606.49 should be a source of regret to every patriotic citizen of Maryland that so Good an object been so Long delayed. A works of internal improvement Are necessary to developed the Energy and Industry of a state hut every permanent advancement of a free people must have foundation Laid in an educated and enlightened constituency. Lion old a system of common school be established in the present sound and reliable condition of the states finances a portion of the surplus Revenue could with safety be annually invested for the use of schools and the interest upon distributed to the counties and the City of Baltimore on such basis to the general Assembly might seem just and proper. Thus in the course of years without additional taxation a fund might be accumulated which added to that already existing would be the Pride and glory of the state and a lasting Benefit and Blessing to her Pei do. The receipts on account of the sinking fund in the fiscal year which ended the 3 a the of september 1858, Are manifested in statement a and appear to have been $225,047.54 of which amount the sum of $�?~205.735.05 was the interest upon the Stock held by the state for e use and increment of the said fund and $19,312.49 was surplus Revenue transferred in accordance with Section 1, chapter 360, of the acts of Assembly of 1853. Tie sum of $90.457.49 of these aggregate receipts was disbursed and invest de for the use of the fund leaving Unin vested and to credit $134,590.0.5. In he sinking fund the close of the preceding fiscal year amounted to $3,997,276.44, and was increased during the year just closed to the sum of $4,223,273.77. Statement quot shows tie character and amount of the stocks held by the sinking fund of the 30th of september 1858. And also the character and amount purchased for the use of the sinking fund from the 30th of september 1858. will be that the Purchase of Stock for been pursued from passage and notified the company that a suit would he instituted should tie determination announced by the Resolution of the Board of directors he adhered to. The treasurer of the company replied that Taliej Communia Tion containing the and protest would be Laid before the Board of finance their next meeting. No action however appears to have been taken in regard to the Licet for a considerable time. Information length reached this office of a a consideration by the Board of directors of their former Resolution and payments stated will hereafter be made heretofore. The film e to receive Liis portion of the tax does not fully account for the falling Oil of the receipts from company during the year hut an explanation found in the fact that the return for Only. 1858, was not received until october and not therefore embraced in the receipts of the fiscal year. A joint Resolution introduced by air. , authorizing the president to restore certain officers of the Navy to their former places taken up and referred to the committee on naval affix Iris. authorizes the president by and with tie advice and consent of the Senate to restore to their places in the Navy of the United states All those officers who were displaced by the retiring Nav Board to take the same rank in the service that they would have if they not been . Several unimportant reports were made from the diff Erent committees. Or. Doolittle made a personal he deemed due to the Senate and a Iee president to state that that officer desired him to inform the Senate twelve of clock that lie indisposed and would not preside to Day. He neglected to do this he was engaged in the supreme court when that hour arrived and did not get through until too late. A air. Hunter moved to take up the appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United states for the year ending the 30th june 1860. Agreed to. The Senate in committee of the aah Hole amended and considered the Bill. The Bill was then Laid aside and tie Pacific rail Road Hill taken up. A Long discussion upon tie general features of the Bill and constitutional ensued in which messes. Simmons Benjamin Davis and others participated. No new views were however presented and the Liole debate was a Mere repetition of what been previously reported. Aah without taking a vote upon and of the pending amendments the Senate went into executive session and afterwards adjourned. House of representatives. The Bill recognizing the Survey of the Grant of Tenerife la a Island in the stale of Louisiana was passed. Or. Conn from the committee of Public lands reported Back the Bill for the Relief of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad with an amendment. The amendment was agreed to and the Bill passed by yeas 135, nays 34. Or. Conn also reported a Bill to Amend a an granting Rigits of Preemption to settlers upon the Public lands of the United or. Grow of Pennsylvania offered an amendment providing that from and after the 1st of Mav 1859, no Public lands should be exposed to Sale under proclamation of the president until the same should be surveyed Aud the return thereof filed in the land office for least ton years. Or. Jones of Tennessee moved to Lay the Hill on the table. Lost by 40, nays 120. The speaker Laid before the House a message from the president of the United states transmitting a report from the Secretary of state containing All the correspondence which hitherto taken place Between this govern Piont and the govern ments of Europe in reference to the acquisition of Cuba also a communication from the Secretary of the Navy in response Toa Resolution of the House stating that there was no evidence to show that nun episcopal chaplains have been compelled to use the forms of the episcopal Churchi. The House then proceeded to the consideration of Bills upon the speakers table and took up the Senate Bill for deepening the . Clair tits which wa.4 referred to the committee of the a Hole. The House then went into committee on the consular and diplomatic appropriation Hill. Or. Keitt of South Carolina referred to the geographical position of Cuba and that in the of a Strong naval Power could make Trio Gulf of Mexico a Mare Elan and. He thought we should not allow the Island to remain in the hands of any Power Strong or dec rapid which could control our Commerce and menace Wiir shores. He quoted from Adams and Forsyth to show that importance to our country been recognized for inane years. He dilated upon Fertility and productiveness and went into statistics to show that our Intercourse with Cuba was More extensive than that of any other Power and asked if every part of the Union was not interested in that. Her Tariff was so High that while Spain stricken and beg Gared Slie with her starving population exports to that Island 520,090 bbl. Of flour the United states sent but 5,000. Remove the Tariff and what would lie the interest that every Section of the Union would have in the Commerce of Cuba the navigation interest of the North was also deeply there were 3,918 engaged in the carrying Trade of Cuba the world Over of these the United states tarnished �?T2, 7u, Spain hut 901, eng Lanil 34�?T, and France 126, and out of a Little or 500,000 , the United states Conti shiite one Lial. Ayas not then that portion of the i Lii cd8tat a interested in the shipping , vitally Witul deeply in the of Cuba a for was Only by acquisition that they could strike the from Commerce Oliero were two modes of acquiring tie Island one by . And the Otlyn i by Conquest. Me in v 11 1 .1 j a 1 1 a 1 e i did not believe the United states Coull Purchase tie a quot i a Turco of Large Revenue to h a a a 1 o o rim a Spain defraying All the expel ses of her consular a and i phonetic system on Ali. I continent and Sec risque Hanna and tide water canal . 1 Table no. 17, of the appendix shows tie amount of the of to the state on account of interest and their payments during the fiscal year. The whole amount due from these companies on the 30th september 1858, was $92.-059.94, of which $59,895.53 was on account of 18.58, and $32,104.41 on account of 1857. The receipts from them during the same time were $17,-325. A payment of about an equal sum been made since the of the fiscal year and does not Only because of the Invoker the and traditional Pride of Spain. Tie traditions of tin period when the Spanioli Empire was world wide protested against tie Sale. And what would he the risk of acquiring the Island he War Ould be done without a conflict with treat Britain and France both have to Spain her sovereignty Iver the Island of Cuba and the gathering of their fleets in the Waters of the Cai Chhean sea and the Gulf of Mexico indicate no disposition to recede from this guarantee. Aah Ith France he.1. I Cleoe Iron tins guar Aimiee. A iii r Ranee be understand Louis .napoleor., with preceding years this owing to the Scarcity of the stocks of the state in Market and the i treasurer found absolutely impossible to Purchase to any considerable extent notwithstanding he authorized the most Liberal offers. This fact though a Leigh compliment to the credit of the state Yasheen unfavourable to the augmentation of tie sinking fund. Lias urged the demands of tie state upon these , and Lias been through their presidents that every exertion will be made to meet their obligations. The further action of Thia department will depend upon the future conduct of these companies. Tofu co inspections. The Gross rec pts from tie state in tobacco inspections in Altimore for tie fiscal year exhibited in table no. 6, appear to have been $70,-798.02, and the expenses for the same time were for wages to labourers and incidental expenses $43,362.-15, and for salaries of inspectors. Clerks and for nails $21,558.43, making the total expenses $64. The relentless ambition which marked his distinguish cd a Kinsman wishes to establish a splendid colonial Empire in the a est indies. To create and establish this was necessary that the Power of the United states should he crippled and hemmed in. Aah ill his hand upon the very throne of tropical i Niilre his army would be invincible and his hand would clutch the sceptre of Universal Commerce now passing to and when he shall have consolidated an Empire then the very Power which he Lead made instrumental in crippling the United states would undergo subjugation. The policy of great Britain was Only explicable upon the lie Orv of to France. He statement g exhibits the items and the several a a a Greg ate amounts constituting the several funds a pc i therein mentioned of tie 30th of september i a quot �?~i�.�?~>6 Cross receipts were and the expenses were for wages to 920.58, leaving the sum of s5,877.44 to be applied diplomacy placed her in the grasp to the payment of the interest of the tobacco Only moving the balance,.s 2,102.55 there were in the alms Nus on the first Day of january 1858, 791 persons. Admitted during the year 2,367 of this number 2,347 were discharged leaving 811 on the 31st of december 1858. Of those remaining 53 Are children on trial. The nativity of the inmates were 1,107 foreigners and 1,�?T260 native born. There were realized from work done by inmates $6,076.54, and the produce raised on the farm amounted to $7,666.923. There were also $750.50 realized from extra work done off the farm. The number who received medical attention during the year was 801. There were 109 deaths and 58 Hirtus. The expenses of the institution for the year 1859, Are estimated $41,700.82. The Mcdonoogh communication was received yesterday in the first Branch of the City Council from the trustees of the Mcdonogh Edu i National fund and Institute. The estimate of the estate in 1857 was $1,465,880, which $621,194 less than the estimate of 1851. There been a division of the property and each cite own share under Spe Cial control. No funds Are in the hands of the trustees present but they express the opinion that in the course of five or six years $500,000 will be realized from the bequest. morning about 3 of clock the jewelry store of or. Henry Schofield no. 604 a est Baltimore Street beyond Fremont was entered and robbed of jewelry to the value of $125. The thief entered the Stab Lisments by forcing a shutter and climbing through a window in the rear of the building a Titch also used a dwelling. Or. S taken the precaution to move All the More valuable part of his Stock to the room in which he sleeps. No arrests have been made. Sale of a . F. A. Bennett a co., auctioneers sold yesterday the Exchange Reading rooms on Gay Street near second the Schooner a Illiam a. Ila Mill for the sum of $6,500. The was purchased by messes. Fatterson a Magruder. Shooting Burke was arrested yesterday by officers Short and Brasher re upon the charge of shooting with intent to kill officers Lathem and a Ransberry on tuesday night. He was committed to jail for a further examination before tie mayor by Justice . steamship City of Norfolk arrived her wharf from Savannah an Early hour last night. Police intelligence. Eulien Jackson negro was arraigned before a Lieut after noon charged with perjury. He underwent an examination and was committed to jail for a tearing. Officers Simpson and Barringer yesterday arrested a negro a nuked James Jeff Erson a i of Joseph Busk charged with being a runaway slave the pro Yerty of Jacob w. Hoff ick of Virginia. He was committed to jail to await the orders of his master by Justice Mckinley. Officer Scherer arrested David Westi on the charge of assaulting and resisting him whilst in tie discharge of his duty. Justice Mearis committed him to jail for a hearing. Amusements. The . Campbell troupe of minstrels give their first performance in the new Assembly rooms to night. Holliday Street tue Aibe a Jessie Brown was Well received last night. will be Reid eat a to night. India painting the work of artists of this City and Well deserves a visit. The scenes represented Are the most Ali riling of the late India Mutiny and Are vividly portrayed. The Chicago daily Freaa learns that a Speculator not a resident of that City who been operating to a considerable amount in pork suddenly disappeared leaving his creditors minus the value of from 2,000 to 3,000 hogs. He purchased bogs giving checks in payment non certain brokers which checks were not honoured and sold Bis hogs for Cash Btu pocketing the Handso Oie sum of 120,000 or More. Statement ii shows the assessed value of the Rea and personal property in Liis state with tie amount of Levy made thereon for the year 1858. By this will be seen that the aggregate sum of in the state amounts to $255,447,588, an . Compared with the preceding vent of $3.782.798. Baltimore City under an passed the last session of the , about to Complete a new assessment within her limits w hic i will pro a Bably show a Large increase of both real and personal property and of the latter. Should our present tax Laws remain in Force equity will shortly require a new assessment for the entire state. I an account of the a a state a capital and credits of the 30th of september 1858, will he found in statement from which appears that they amount in the aggregate to $22,884,512.94, of Wlinich Only $8,042,231.29 Are productive. Statement. an account of the funded debt of the state of tie 30th september 1858, which appears to have been $14,862,510.26. Direct taxes. Table no. 1, of the appendix upon examination will show that the receipts for direct taxes in the fiscal year were $245,21,5.99, of which amount $98,-793.55 accrued in 1858, and $146,422.44 were received on account of previous years. By a comparison of the receipts for direct taxes exhibited in this Tiwe in connection w Ith statement a with the receipts on the same account in the preceding year an increase w ill be observed in the last fiscal year amounting to $11,912.97, of which $7,-280.3o accrued in 1858. This a Gratifying result and attributable to the general faithfulness of the collectors Aud also to the Relief which the have experienced from the financial difficulties to which allusion was made in the comptrollers report to the legislature for the year 1857. Sevenuk from clerks of courts. Table no. 2 contains an account of the receipts on various accounts from clerks of courts during the fiscal year. Deducting the amount of receipts for excess of fees. $1,643.33, which were not received from clerks the total receipts from these officers Are found to have been $278,530.55. In 1857 the total receipts from clerks were $250,512.09 showing a difference of $22,w8.46 in favor of 1858 but $12,604.11 were received in the latter year on account of Revenue which accrued before that year and in 1857 the sum of $682.38 Only was received for Revenue w hich accrued in previous Vears the Revenue which accrued and was received from clerks in 1858, exceeded that which accrued and was received in 1857, by the sum of $10,096.73. The clerk of the court of common in Leas of Baltimore City paid into the Treasury during the fiscal year the Large sum of $173,840.59, the whole of which except $1,570.43 was on account of licenses. Only just to say that this officer discharged his responsible Trust faithfully and punctually. Tie whole amount received for licenses in the fiscal year 1858 $264,735.06, which shows an increase compared with the preceding year of $19.-861.75 and this been the result notwithstanding several Hundred persons composing a a liquor dealers association a in the City of Baltimore have refused to take out License under the of 1858, contending that the said unconstitutional and have thus by their refusal lessened the receipts from this source to tie extent of least $25.000. These Persona have been indicted in the criminal court of Baltimore cite and have removed their cases or least a number of them to the circuit court for Baltimore county where they Are now pending. believed that the constitutionality of the Law in question will be sustained should the decision of the court however be Adverse to the state the subject will be taken to the court of appeals for final adjudication. The License of 1858 in Many respects a decided improvement upon All former Laws on this subject but in Justice to the commercial interests of the state the Price of Manv of the grades of licenses should be somewhat reduced and the design of the comptroller in his next annual report to Call the attention of the legislature More particularly to this subject and to recommend such amendments in his judgment will tend to perfect the of 1858. The clerks of courts during the fiscal year 1858 have generally settled their accounts with this department punctually. The clerk of the Superior court of Baltimore City entitled to special commendation for the very efficient manner in which he conducts the affairs of hit office. the duty of the comptroller to report the i labourers and incidental expenses,836,032.54, and for salaries of inspectors. Clerks and for nails $21,-22.5.83, making a total of $57,258.37, and leaving dictation of Napoleon. Air. Kit iii whether tiie gentleman thought the United states Lead a right to take Cuba because Uliey a government that we did idiot approve of. Or. Keitt replied Liat he did not hut he would say. S r i 0.� 1/� 1 a 11 x .1 a 3�l i. i i i Cullu 111 a i iii ulu Ihk but Iju w Luiu pit the sum of $.10,4wi applicable to the payment of the Long catalogue of oppressions and insult the tobacco debt a. An of asset rely was passed in 1858, Increa-ing the salaries of the clerks in the Ava Relioues hut there was no knowledge this office of the design to pass such an the appropriation for the tobacco avar Honses was Sot Down the usual figures and hence the comptroller could not allow to the clerks the increase which tie legislature seemed to contemplate lest the appropriation should be exceeded. The sum of $3,600 was appropriated by Cli Apter 332, of 18.58, a for the repairing and keeping in repair the state tobacco a arc houses in the City of by this was made a the duty of the comptroller upon the application of any if the tobacco inspectors to have such repairs made from time to time in his judgment maybe necessary for the Security and Protection of the said repairs have been made in accordance with the provisions of Liis Law $2.193.82 of the appropriation expended and the a arc houses put in better condition than they have been for years. Grain in Pei tons. Tie Law for the inspection of Grain in the cite of Baltimore went into operation on the 1st of Aitay 1858, and there was inspected according to the returns of the inspector general from the 3d of May to the 1st of september 135,285 bushels of wheat and 212,190 bushels of Corn and other Grain. The Gross receipts into the Treasury from the Grain inspections for the same period were $2.414.22, and the disbursements including the salaries of the inspectors the Cost of assistants and weights and measures amounted to $1,368.56, leaving a net balance of $1,045.66 to the credit of the Grain fund. The Grain inspection Law very imperfect and almost insuperable difficulties have been encountered in carrying into effect. The experience of another year will serve to expose defects More clearly and they will be presented to the consideration of tic next general Assembly of the state. Foreign insurance companies. Tabla no. 10 contains an account of the receipts from licenses to agents of insurance companies not incorporated by this state with the names of the agents and the several sums paid by each into the Treasury during the fiscal year. Tie aggregate amount received was $8,300, being an increase compared with 1857 of $5,900. This increase owing to the passage of the Law recommended to the legislature in the comptrollers report for 1857. Miscellaneous. The receipts from the live Slock Scales Duric the year were $7,516.70, and will be found set Forth in table. No. 12. The receipts from the same source in 1857 were $6.394.35. In the.aine table no. 12, will also appear the receipts for the year from the Seales in Baltimore. They amounted to $737.12. In the year preceding Fiey were $863.84. The examination of tiie a a. 12 will also show the receipts from the state a Harves during the fiscal year. The Sura of $3,386.80 was returned to the Treasury from this source being an compared with the receipts in 1857 on the same account of $2,842.85. The receipts in 1857 were unusually Small owing to the repairs made by the state aah Hartinger and which the comptroller Felt himself obliged to authorise in order to preserve the property and he again consented that a portion of the proceeds shall he used in repairing fratt Street wharf a on the representation of the state a Harbinger to the effect that the said wharf in such a condition to require immediate attention. would be Well for the legislature to make an annual appropriation so much thereof Milit be necessary to be applied in keeping in repair the states property in Baltimore the repairs to be made the discretion of the comptroller upon the request of the officers in charge. The entire receipt from every source of Revenue should be nearly possible without diminution paid into the Treasury of the state and the requisite expenditures be made by legislative appropriations. By the adoption of this method the tables of receipts and from this department would explain themselves. The course indicated alone consistent with the provisions of the Constitution relating to the Treasury department. In conclusion the comptroller May be allowed to express the opinion that the financial condition of the state sound and healthy and the citizens of Mary received from Spain justified a of Wai and no outlier government a right to complain. Or. Lovejoy of Illinois moved to strike out the appropriations for All foreign ministers except the Linister to Spain which was rejected. Or. Colfax of Indiana of ered an amendment to strike out the appropriation Lor the minister to in Ersia which adopted. Or. Curry submitted a similar amendment in regard to the Buenos Ayres . Carried. Messes. Sta Stox of Folio Scales of North Carolina and Garnett of a org Iijima advocated rear Neh ment in this Branch of the Public expenditure. The latter moved to strike out the appropriation for the Mission to Rome to Vicli was carried. Or. I Riv made a similar motion in regard to Switzerland which was adopted. A air. , of .aliss., thought we should have diplomatic representatives abroad and pay them Well and that retrenchment and Reform should commence elsewhere. The opposition manifested a great desire fur Economy but were ready to vote for River and Harbor Bills the Frenchi spoliation Bill and other extravagant expenditures. Or. Stanton replied by saying that the admini-tration Side of the House was responsible for the appropriations. They Lead the majority. Or. Burnett of Kentucky moved to strike out the appropriations for All missions except those to great Britain France Spain Russia. Mexico China and of Araguaz and reduce the whole appropriation from $214, 100 to 8100.060. After some debate of a conversational nature the committee Rose without taking a vote. Or. Of helps moved again to go into committee on the of residents a message and then take a recess till 7 Al which motion prevailed. Venin g session. The House 7 of clock. H. Mar shall of Kentucky made a speech against the Republican sectional . Or. Scott advocated the fac Ilic Railroad Hill without regard to the route. Or. Andrews made a speech against free Trade. Before 9 of clock the committee Rose and the House adjourned. The English papers by tie Niagara announce the death of the Learned scholar and philologist the a venerable John a Illiams. Archdeacon of Cardigan which took place after a Long and severe Archdeacon Avil Lianis was Lor 20 years Rector of the Edinburgh Academy and his Success Asa teacher was proved by the Eminence of his pupils who commencing with his first. Dux the present Bishop of London fill so Many honoured places in Scotland and England. Living in Scotland in the Palmiert Days of Edinburgh society he was one of a literary set in which various times among Many names of note we find those of sir aah alter Scott Macul Loch John Gibson , sir Thomas Dick Lauder Inird Cockburn lord Jeffries professor Avilton and colonel Muir. On sir a a alter Scott a death the Archdeacon read the burial service Over his remains Dryburgh Abbey. In the world of letters he was known a greek scholar and the author of several works of deep research and sound scholarship among which we May name homers Gomer Lite of Julius Cesar life of Alexander the great geography of ancient Asia and essays philosophical philological ethnological theological and archaeological. the late term of court Machias Maine Thomas Gilpatrick was prosecuted for the value of three tons of Liay destroyed he tire he persons tii Loxi rated with Jupior oui by mme and the jury gave a verdict for the plaintiff in another Case of the same kind the jury did not agree. Two Brot liars named Biddy were arrested in fila Delphiia on monday evening for attempting to Cut the Throat of Johnh. Mclaughlin with a screw Driver in front of a House in Carpenter Street be tween eleventh and twelfth. They were held to bail to answer. The London Herald of the 30th ult. Says a the object of sir Allan Mcnabbs visit to this country to promote the proposed Railroad from the head of Lake Superior to red the new York Tribune says that a Large number of counterfeit $5 Bills on the new York shoe and leather Bank were put in circulation on monday night

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