ory and Utah, is the conviction of her representative men here.
Mr. Otero, the able delegate from New Mexico, takes this view of the case in the event of a break up of the government.
He has already written to the territorial authorities in New Mexico not to accept any more United States draft, but to require pay in cash.
The Committee of Thirty-three were in session to-day for several hours, but only discussed in an excited way the propositions before them.
About four o'clock, Hon Reuben Davis, the Mississippi member of the Committee, came into the House and announced that he was convinced the committee would not do justice to the South, and therefore desired to be excused from further service upon it. The House excused him instantly and by an almost unanimous vote.
Another and later account states that the committee are nearer to an agreement than heretofore, and that they will report a practical plan of compromise.
Judge Douglas asserts that he will not speak at prese