The New York herald

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Title:
The New York herald
Uniform Title:
New York herald (New York, N.Y. : 1840)
Alternate Title:
New York daily herald
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81 v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
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English
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James Gordon Bennett
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New York N.Y.
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United States -- New York -- New York -- New York

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Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 6, no. 1565 (Sept. 21, 1840) ; v. 6, no. 2 (Sept. 22, 1840)-v. 87, no. 153 (Jan. 31, 1920).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Sept. 22, 1840-Jan. 31, 1920 called also whole no. 1566-30,476.
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Publication date: 1840-1920

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THE


NEW


YORK


HERALD.


WHOLE NO. 6414.


SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1i54


PRICE TWO CENTS.


INTERESTING FROM THE STATE CAPITAL, to. ad. asl0, bh cobtJe, of thI L lfe .tic.t. c-c .i-
d act ti1 p va atf l awn ihlat te pibtc nay I. adr',- I m[
,th'lr effects ane ronenUeneopnI. Rad allufwed an Opp .r-tnility
.-.- -.%.,-..%.. ...... r., ,to eaproi, |le -jeLJt lions to th~obi
r e .prc-e. thcIr (Ijaci te td
VETO EIS[M IGES OF THE GOVM NOo. rsi51 dt iIORATIO S9-:MOtI'lt
Mr [Lit Pmitlh, nf Troy. hIw picrtnrr of J,,b l'irnion
"~""^"*" ...... .. '" haio Leon remo;ei from the office of Iullrotor or CLIe
BUSINESS IN TIHE NEW YORK LEGISLATUBE. tome, at Tro, ant i, plce ..ppiie by t iol pi,,i.rti-,nt
of C. I Mc.Icthnr It may bh pEl]oer ,, m.ni tIhal tihl
'-.v '. -. '-" former genclenr-an In known an a national domocrrAt, ani
LISCT OF ACTS Pi A D ancc l -or as belsnmgiig in the, Soft section of the very
LIST 0 F ACTS P ASSED, armoTuios dcimcracy. Secrelary Marcj has seait in-
struct],'.n, making Inqiiy vhb,-liher there are any more
.,I of hbp gome Aort of 'orernmentl nofiils remialuing Tie
---la-linil fir thA Nortlhlsri district Is dillg-nt in his In
l rnt tiF Albany. quinrlA. mod it lb lreateone.l thai he intenidsa to vlcit the
lnr~tstlig f'rO Alboniy. city Of Albany for that purpose in the cauruC of a day or
FpiEIL Ci(BRRIPOCb'DE-N OF Tilr KEIW VOIcK [IrAi.-D two.
"PZNUiCG OF THE CANALS-rtRSO' IUiDKBTEDNE.I, NEW YORK LEGISLATURE.
ALvA.vy, April 14. 1864. ____
The icat day of May has Leon fixed up-in for opening ilenate.
thI canalis of thIbis Stats. AL.AlRT, April 111I, litt
Mnneon J. Lockwood, agent at Sing Sing prison en- FRIDAY'8 PROCEEDYNOfB CONCLUDED.
pnlatictlly danlestbhe taltment'oC Ioapactor Kirkpattnck The Judiciary ClmIniLtee reported agninast tihe bill in-
in relation to the ifiedebte-lict.s of that institution. I reduced by Str Barr in relation to lagse -).tles in New
ECBEIMES OF TUX IOBB'O--BOORIl.rN CONSOLIDA- York. Laid on the table
TON-.-COLvMBrA COL.LE.E-'TrnE COMINSIS-tOEBES Was tao Up. A martin tOl liut th, pr.fi,r
OT EMIGRATION-VL'.O .IEf3AGES--TUE TROY COL- tion to te Eve and Enr Infirmary as I,.-st
LECTORSH IP, ETC. -11 P.I t i n- c 1 DIi L .iRC OP 111KCO V"v'onrO '; 'T .T)
If tlie people of this Qtt'la at large do not fely appre. The bill to eamin inc ,to the alleals of the r1-l,' p'fn)ie
elatte the benefits provided fsr them by the Legislature of sa r-sed orer the GCveronor's vto
rims iR111'5.-tRls accoturvr
18654, the organized Land of enrrfpiralnra upon the trea. Mr Wilker was place-I on the c.mmiite, to 1 tosimi'
snry, in the lobby, nassureilly will If Ihe pe-ople wonder into the Tica'nrcr'r ore...crce
why mpmber of both hou ca sO willingly remain at the li hc 1i'r.3.111mmo th, ,r, An T,1
why mnshea t ~In rceloion to the -.-mnioa choOsnii r, I,- or i k
capitol, confine themertea fourteen or sixateen hours a Ps:eFd.
day, voting uprn bills, without any remuneration from AuthOm-ving mown ibser;ptions to 1 hie Sridui Pailr.aili
the State treaicry, the arlfnl schemer, iLp the lobby do Pass, d
Aulfh re ng tf,'An. in (li ctll m g h s0 ,i lo.: I l the
no nouch thing. They perfectly nndertind why the 'Ie- U1;cr5 nnd Binr .iimpto.n RnIlreeld. PiciA,
gilature in hept here asin4t Ihe indrivdual desire of 4ul'.ur..ngntvas Itrj nbscribe ti the UWsw-o nnlTray
every member. Bills are ru hed through upon the e.- lIeilr, ad I .t
Tic gocaccl rpt,ripr-tion hill was ,asnou.
piring moments of the sOcsiou, which will allow c-?rtLain ,Ic. egi r-AN4t AiDnTOR.
faverileg to accumulate thbuusands upon nmillinns of dol Mr (fWr-' iitr.sAdueid a roncurnent r.'silntion that
lamr, and yet. many or thenm se passe,] without scarcely tIe ,lnoinr- Ge, cri inrl,:oed agluast Ilb., Ile Caoial
Tr"of Auditor, if tbero he eoosus -,f section, for m,.m,nya l.1
any Lovoetlgation. Thor- hare been ererl of this vanncod b iiimn no (tirtalin Cannl urrlnlon.lonti Alopt-
character carried through within the present wiek and -dI. 11liiluzrie.l
here are yet many others to follow. ar'rRD.yA'q PROCf!DIN',4.
Thle Senate continuedI it yesterday session until half- 111 1.3 PAMiED.
To Incorporatseatie New York Ioebriat,; .aAylum.
pa.oeoclok this zoning. Th at thingdn was Reative to the manufacture of ccarse n 3iL by eilporta.
the passMge of the BroolIDn Consolidatinn bill. It being lion.
extremely lengthy, Senatorn i1-I not feel dispose] to re- For tbe rlieif of thy Er;e end New York City Rallrrad
main two honrs at that time or night to bear it read by "For tbe relief r-if toh WIlcmburtgh Dipcus n ey.
the Ci'erk. The reading was euomi:neeed but the Clerk Th amend the shorter of the Ne Yoilk Dre I-o,'k Coim
had nol 1,gceeod for h'se some Nf Lhe Sfentors Fo V the relief Prt-l,,,kh n Femal Ancademr
thought that all the sections hnd .tt be.th read through -te nei
in their order The Fk rea a e re. h flluider the oo on the IIl
th noc c opoThe Cl nal r ole. N-I ae 'lu-or fimu ally Ilowing tobn sul-arriptions ill the Tioj and Oss,,go AIll
the qut-sticncease up on The finn] vote. X,,I a. ,u,)riim renlid.
was found to be present, and the officers were' Iv-pIchre I
to the hotels and other places of Inown r.,.,rt wIo T'he Tto3 and O-wego Ralle'-a-i oul.,serrpion its; r-
finally succeeded in brigig in a eufflcient numler to cencdered e ned r,,siea,.
ijg ticmi-re o Ick le tco ensus of 18[,;
compolaequorum, and Use bUpassed. The consol,da Fin the puhlceItion o0 nftrorologieil o1vencntmonc.
tion bill wsa entt tho the ue this morning, and the Tcr Mtlir Code bllc.iton f orhenrulmic. other motion s,
amendment added to It by the Sonate wac conecarred En. The or Vni .-d o4 for th nurm r thelmiliti,
An attempt was made to reconsider the vote, bhut falcl'-, .the oranication or sifu rm tr.'niesn'-l. & h
and now Brooklyn, Williaiasburi., and Buahw y~k itncy-Mr. ntiAunstooled a'. as I. ecchl cb Ilil w
fairly be considered under one charter forevermore. !octfromti ts opierlos, d ne t-A fi a iln ecudte city of New
The tat executive assain was held to-,lay, but no Fork he better rcgukcinationf theAcl e puermnt of tic
camilnations were confirmed except a number of notares cit y of Nc-n- York
invarions l prisof the Stts. Mr. al-a m-red the rcommitmint of the ,ill, salraig
Mr. Brooks believes that there Is something wrong in iMrt the ("amin, n Counril bt fln power Les ta iin
the management of Columbia College. No doubt of it. Baihe C nomrca Coanil he bl u power. toar. to l
buthowtoore-odl th arlaandLAYitserrrs efoe Ihe Mr. BARR+ move.] to Lay the bill upon the table. It hall
hut bow to remedy the evils, and lay it errors before lbe in-en ino.eti f.,rwo, i during his absernce. Lost aol bitt
people. It has been tried for a series oF year with Ibe passed.
management of Union Colisage at Schenectady, and strong e cppy il came up r e Assembly and .
men have been engaged in the investigation; but asyet Renal p y C ilco f the Whoe. Mr. Mn i the,
everything is reported as being all correct, proper and Senate, to Cemmillea of the Whole. Mr. Munroe in the
honorable. Hr. Brook introduced the following resolu ehcir, considered it. Pending the reading of the bill the
tion, viz. hour for a recess arrived.
Resolved. That select ecrimiities of three be appoi-ted, Aassembly.
vhom duly it hall be. dnrin. the reneas eorL he Legisltare. AJB.NrT, AprU 15, 1i51.
and ms Is early a day an pranctioaie, to Inquire whIthber Co rcni POiirTU Nl-Tl.
lumbla college, or any oft im rutees hay violate any FRIDAY'S PROCKBDIiGS CONCLUhDED.
proviaon oflaw or ofits clarter. ad psrtaolarly whethor MI rUrl' aILI_-TII STATH FLO e. icBILL PA-.Iif IN DEr]Ui.N
aJd,Clloege. aorany of its tirltces, have, is BnY way and ir OF T-am Oovnoicma'8 crro.
ay. what, made religious -inillLetiaou a test for any can The Supply bill was taken up in Coimmitio, pending
didaten a eoadtion Iof ppuinmaeitoaanyprorearAhipm is which te redoof tL,uGosoernor On IhelStale Prison bIll
said College; md Ftober. i squire into the mans so r. i n ws announced, and Ihe bill wc, passed ov-er tihe o by
sources of said Collegs. and the adminladraIUon of it affairs 74 f n.7
at lhage and that soh commlutee havo power to saenJ for Th eo
perlons and paper. The consideration of lihe Supply bill woas resumed
Mr. Spencem d to amnds fllo No amendments of moment were made. except reduo'
Mar. pence moved toamend asfolinwe.- img ihe compen.atlon o[ the managers o[ the impeach.
And that the eomnmintieel alo hais power to ansaminB Lt-i meant c ae.
all hBarge. now made or may be aLgalnst any other aaUsge, The hbilt'n reprt h o* nd h p
or during the time they shall is engaged in iheilr duty.a Te bill ws reported to thE lou- to Inquire whether any erced is taughL. or tent reqauLred. agreed to.
S whether any of the aoUegaes or iestirtteee of learning havbe Adjourned at 6 o'clock thin morning
more of oen peraalon amnosg their tPauhear thin another, SAT''RDAY'cs PROC1-.KDINtQ.
i and whether lhey kialh ny improper orseotarla- docrte A resolution from the enaile reLative t. Canml Aud.litor
Thi amendment sa rejecloiad, and Mr Brooks' resolu Ni.-well was laid on the lable
S 1leon adopled, ayea 17, uays 9. .. n I 's..m
.' s leinderbtoed betkth thla aeaof &a professor Amending tie New York cheol lw .
U, U **dlt t to Is imply this a cec.-tain Doctor Gibbs Relative to the Ealary of the Seeretary of Stale.
'ba. l; appliceatien for.the. vacant chair of Professor of Relative to the New York [nstitlons for the Deaf and
..... meeaiam -,Colrnsm.bcollege, an the authorities eject- Dumb.
-e trim tilenoa his religious opinions inclined to Unita.- roUlut CoOLLaIE
itc -anism-lnetead of Epiacopacy. I Cohlmbia a branch of A resolution to examine into theaffairs of Columbis
lTrinity? College wasa introduced and Iejected
""" -.- lanaor Bair is upon the heels of the Commissioners TMI s Urt IY BILI.
4<. of lmnigration. II will be recollected that the Legipla- The amendments to thefupply bill were pased.
S stre hae heretofore sent coiumittees to investigate into
the transactions of there greilemen. The Senator now lWork of thie Ncew York Leglstalnfr cre.
wishesto make another effort, and itis hoped Ihat Ifbo LIST Or ACTS PASSED-CONTIO ITED FROM THE HER-
mcceaedssomethingof more consequence will be brought AD OF APRil 6.
before the Leguslature than has yet appeared from all Auorin D a iorto e pended o Ihe
the farmer bureatlgationa. This isteib Senator's resold. 140Atl.lhoricing highwa'y labor tobie cpenldedon the
itone fmer inquiry -gaio. haH Moon and Clifton Park plank road, iu tbhe county or
e o inqiry '-= aratuga
Re6cliod, That a eommittes .f three be appointed, with 141. To regulatc stage rounca in Ihe city c.f New Yurk
paoer to snd tor persons asd paper to investigat dhe -t
affair and management af the CommlsIoe s ot intTa andto pr-oeme (,'r the lpr,.mton of companes to operate
tisa, sad the aearmes made ansunst them ad that i.hsy tIe 1.ame
report ta the next Liteglurar the result r thirn ettsns 142 To utb.or;ie thu nillago or Port J(rEis to holdl an
tio., md what means, If ay, ceon or may be necessary to election to choose itLs eabnrter officers.
bIe adopted t remedy the ,vtlt complained of, and tcht 143. To incorporala the Onri Ida Plank Rond Company
S said cositittee are leane to sit durnin the reoesa. 144-. To autltonez Ibn Comnmissionere of fighwiyJ .f
This was adopted, ayes 17. noem 5. Mr. Verplanck the town of Rldg onar, In Ibe cL-unty-of Orleans, to r.'
will please set his books le order with all possible speed. surne part nr a certain road In cmi tlown
His Excellency, since he -eloed the prohibitory liquor 14h: To increase the caital stick of the Buffalo, L'orn.
bm, has cxereiaed his prerogative in that respect on sr- ing nod New York Railroud CUmpany.
eral recent occasions He vyeer-lay sent in bis reasusna 14-3 To mend the thirbld article of the first til-l' of
for refusing to sign a bill relative to matters of bank chapter five part ecoeol of the Revised StltuL-A
issues, as follows:- 147 To amend the charter cf the Schoharie Kill Bridge
Sraja or NEw Tons. EX D AonsenXmrT. Company
AcALsrv. April 13.1854 14B. Appropriating mnsy to Clintlon Stale P -,n
Boa. SAiOenaD E. CItlalc-1, PBLSUNINT or ruE S: 149. To prot ide for the cet(lement of the accouts of
E ares. SeimnII- CIRIIc
A.* PTS th Ie Commisipioner; aprjolutedi to erect a court liu~e and
I heesibh return. wiib my objections te its beaomint a the Cemmiscionr- apointed 10 creet a euurt himuce and
; law. "An at to ameld al elletn t o am in ll city 'lIf Uti,.o, n,.I to-l;-cbare them from their
the fourth title of the thirtennth chapter of the ter cpcri of c, ffi.al bon-im-.
thi Reisad Statutes, entitled. regfoamtons eoncermang the Ob. Conslituting thie vilagc ,:.f Ghlo F.1L. n separ.,',e
ases ament of Ltaes an lneoarperated oompsniso, and the read district
comimutation or colkililon ihirsoft" passed July 2,>. 1". 1iM. Aullic'i:ing tbhe Cumptrollir tI a,.wertin wlu.'lthr
The first And only eoli--.n of thI liii i as follwe ithe pirnonn om|loyed by the State to EdreV luls sold
fSietlun I. There shall hLe added to the 10[lh clkic fl P a Sih Fmrlc any mtietlia, i t m n-urlg ol ctmp. t
ast mentioned in this title is follows, vc :--And il snes Peter allth crde any mcseiki n mea-lurlg or cumpt-
otbsankg onrgrpoatioa, whcre theAmount of loans an.d dll ing the same, oad if o, correct the nmn,
tountls ra Urnmited by Ir.v, uchb corporat.-ns E haUl a atL. If-2 lo authoni.e the Watertown aid Rome Railroel1
S lowed to increase their lsans and disceunts to an amount C.Empaeyi Iendrce an-I guruIntre Itoc bon-t olftbe Potsi
etqal to the amoanit ofasrplus- profits on hand tmri nod Wateritown Iilrnaond Compauy
will l r een that there is us aIcnnection whVieecr elifto BLrmnv Wader Care
Stwen the sulbect aSt tillsi an1-1L the oe,,l-t madiuoted In hWatr Cari
title. I subsmtatially allows all trainklin corporations for C.mpany
the aaro f galo snasaddisont.is terensthir 14 o nmenl ti. ct, iter of thc Fire Department of
capital to an amount equal to their surplus proetl. ander the city of New tori.
S color of amending the Ie1a euCnerucg t-? a- erl'OmntI ef If,5 To provide tnr rsrryin;! out oni] oponini n r-n,-I
i tanes on incorporated ComIu-is. I am notD prepared tit my from township No 8 to iOuhbi Ni 10 FId 0ili tar
that Ibla great ebhase in our banking system is or is not frN 8 o
desimable. Bat I Cannot ontoest to alsn a bill, the objects Tract Franklin county
ouf whichare not in s omadegre exprensedln its ttite. The til Autbli.in tlhe C,.uiprploller lo loa.n monuly from
ela eturs should geie full and iar tnlic of tho sal-Jesta the Common Schoel Fund to the onlyy of Wcym.
eIsiegalslioten. Na practiLeesfhould bh allowed whiah are l157. Further no mend .1n ,.1?t ecitlt'ld An net to au.
ealonlatetd to mislad er bhudrhe pabli ensto tha effects or thoize thel Monticello ind Wurtsbbro Plank ondC oin.
ni-oaad laws. tItL apparent that the rcIre-snoed of ihis
pio.s ellde urea thnjouule tcaaatse.srti olam pony to purchase from the Newbairga nil-chocton Tura-
of the dhtly presoo%.ould In no deri-oe lead an) eato se. pikeRoa Compunn a brig., across toe Neeisink riv,:r,
eeot its natree. "hes pabLnestione of tIe prooeedi. orf ike and fc.r olher purp,s,.Bs,' pasno.J Slay 21 16I3:
law braichbes of the Letinl.ture era designad iogice to he 1tS To regulate the sol.cry lf llu Distriet Alltorne o[
peoeploflhis Stale an opportunity to expr.sB ctilr objee the ,,uiatly or Pattnin
riones to all mesiures blbch ithey may deem hurtful to the iSb Toaethiori. e tlie Ill rati-,j (cf Ite atticlee of ns.,-
genrari inlereets or deSiinctive of private rihlst I cannot r io h o crCr.I
approve any bill the title itf which Is calculated to mlstela ealiot of the Benk of e.hir Ccc k
lea public, aats st ts eatnehraetsc An-i purpose I tberefore 160,. For the lncravtmnmnt at IRlItt river OunJ the
return Iho Lll to the Sonate. wheze it oriingtenl, nit110t ti ibutai-ea ltherei-f
my siruaatre or approval 1l61. To provide I:r Irmptinrig Sacanda a rirer.
riSgetiuS HORATIO SEYMOUR. IG2. Tos ulhorize hbo imno;.ilion of a ts upon certlai
"Be also vrtoed a bill in rselition to the sole and rledlap- handss In Ierkimer mod lrain,.o c-ruocis cu 1 provilde
Sthion of properly esld in thes city of Nlc York, anolr con- means for eompletingO loi I rim Morthoee tSmi.lasbuy.
tain con ider-ati ,n. This m c-Eige ls also in se rted 1I 3 To em end ihe luiittc r -c r th.: cilty .-f l ti.i
la-arc or New Yanei, Ecaeminrev Dneawr~eT c chic,.i [llthe oto tl-f -c.e or.~ ion tic-. e"O.w 't
A.san.ea+ April 1i. 18i d (he n b on ol.[ les
enos 8isrosoE Cnueciu, PexElnriror rmc is'ianTr 1,', To pr'rl-le f-n' the oetueli,.n c l tice rhillron -f
h' l herewitrothrn, ilit my ol'jetlOtns1 ilt [il .mlc. a ice? hndI'ecu of t leOn~Ilht i Ca.titton Iu thl .:.lunly
law tha bill entitled *"An s-'c la mend an act eatittoda of Onondago
a ctsosmnl nre ,ylbs maner-renf, olien' arrearst 1 w tiar 5i ]iy 1 T.i enable the Comptr.:.llihr Io credit bcek to tice
S mBdconlanty of lee. Tork. ,snot Jsly ,l. IS-i. section .Mount.c of Clinot-n ccrloln towi.a ra non rceid.ot,' It.s ia
teen of she thlod sride cm tho eausintule ef" chic State mad ,-o,nny, hereloforee LtSe;,, dunaac'melled
directsohit "no prclatner le til hll alhlah may be pa~s ,i Il7. To nmend an act 'ntiled "*AIna l f-ir Ith.; nu.ill
try the L.ie~ltslne shll ecabrisnmore than onaicaltl'tindi of Brooklmn wilh witec,'" posse-I June 3, '18.3.
tlat ebSIl e esapreisd i. ihlelille 'iTb. hill wlcich 1 retura lOS t'ni.lutlon to the meuOyi levled try La>w u mm.
le a local act. I is dr an.t elin mn.r:vidve cht -~ the President
efteClctl an aqueduct Bcar.ti shall aveseluy on tba last teers, mnst'.B mariners and seamen arrvi meg at th,, cily
"dayofApril, sacto Iset prcpers sod trausmicttsl mm lbs and polt of NewYolk. and lie disposal o the. ."m... by
S Clerk of Arreoar seperatB aeonnt of cabh srJ for allltots the trOstees el the c-caman's Friend ant Retrat.
onwbhh ltbs shJ reniuar rent.s aor that water i.ear ma r.c. 16. To nulhorire the formation of a new election di.
mtn sanpaid, witbtesom-clnt dueoneaheb Ini. asihilJ I r in \id I the tom eof C'Inecago, in tL c-ounly of (atlta-
elude ia ench amount which be thatl firet rendr nicer nea
puaseeat eothis.nct whateect to -ninrreals aai e-,matn uno taoguis
sId Sf prenioes 5ease. sad :htlt at ibe time holfy lbe s I"< To amdndaa noct s-n tIted "AAn set for lhb prosr.
'empltrller ..f the arcecea amonat of tha regaltar rauins o vaeion of the pubthc health," panssd A\prll tII 1860.
reaInmed. nd shall bfees tilt rce-iclii no paymeuci ien ac 171 To proeids fir ILhe appoinlm ,''at of police o ftl.:st'
esamit f ithe same, bkt may neverihelnr. certtify lo aih. of lrie toen of N'ewbnirr, in the comilnt' of Orange.
Clerk of Arrears any otvreehiae i.r',htlhsiLll upon such ero ne _" Too aim.-n-I.the e? ,'eral a iea in relation to tha t\oo
fare aeLemrenit'tTe LeeCoiik sfi Ae en lailvimc e -d ctition for *iA luttkI .lon of the ndualry of All Nations,
lioa'2' The owner oflans real estoto which maa iuereafirtier an- 170e4mr qenti thee hetrut.nof"Lmront, sd_
eplid far taues, cc- aeseei'menl. cc-fee watmirreet ics the cei Ii.mn -iite,~n~ocli fLm-ro i- od
of New tork. er bin le\hs tepresiiatleo. shall -esticS c-f t'theTueauroza lnnjiua, nu.a lo reguLitc thI ht'hwijy
right to redeem thesame rrc-ni ike p rchasru'r- l' h 1 '1 i r, eld' I lsbor sow oo oldl [ndijic
mTnsiaraliraorn aseign. at any- limeo lthin tlent, yeare i.l, ir ihe i ll" Hlhnrd Nie.
ilsol tlh doy of sale, safe,:r sac3ie r' onlot, n Is erithss ef his b eIe mIltodNb
iTtetlluctodado, hy, ayr,.terayutiI .nt fi r snh.tl c, pro. trf'. Toanured the ecersl act. in rni-lti,:,n lo 'be s;lt
p terty w ssoetd ndic n ps-ica lut orast h .r ,:o Isrsm the Isey lage om talem. au-i o a., ,,ri-.c-ti e ,Ie .ld 1t- .,3 t o l.,.,r
ofalUntislttltmolsof eetr(J,-iT-c, an,ialeoi...threlieinprp-" roi money.
entsama d.- lhereenatc eith ia r'. ilu tlu the rce elasI I-cob 17cm [nI 'tl tli-In to Lb.! public s-:h -I- In rh e ,:ut. e1ms
Improvin Iars to ie dAsdeLerain tf nlt negro'd i1[ on hS e' D Crheneetvfl
cbe psrctly Ivthrce percent tc c,,1 apl,,intasd b. lbse Sop.i-lIr 177 T' amennd co C~i10nol1idte tclod s,,eral sc-l iusreli
1l tIt lllessenthat t.l c,. eel ,o'lon make gcss an-l tiun o fbechort,'lroithe oil- of Hudsn
rudiestl(chDei [nl n abs ris es,.tcin; t-h.m ret.'i[rfolu of 17C. To eniend ichalter 172, liwna of l[2rt entitle-l ,Ai
: propstny wbiLlh imay l~rr>tecfir I|, i ,,ol,iIn tl- attl ,sr .%',* act tc incorlpoeatc the Orli .tc.iedmy nid mon otheri'uc-
S York. notn17 for watic- r etU iiJut i'>r litesanu a, '-t- ,noez." passed APrU 1l3. 1h82,t


i menltfor all other urpte It ito appiarentcoolt ,t .... l .i ...l..uial gt an-I'din jurl.lietien t.i Lic
mest npartt feats of I be IL lu It cs In a- me yec m1 oe r )m tin lanls in thocuiy ht Bulla,. Li
expressed In IIatitie. as reIa lrdd TI y the a,,_ t,.,a' IVaL It fmitahe aOvte r oetu, I ee1, in IbO Uty 01 Bula .,. Lo
also vi claie- that aIntrument I,' lntreudiil Inl i, b1 is I i l he occuplid a asitlc [or a beacon light.
bill "more than one nsulject"i' l'lailtltn. The ir i m.a 10. To -oncIa-m the election of .:orporaLlon oic,.-rs a I
If the cnosttutione, which f havs ,1u, t., wa .lit:,neJ the village of Malone, In the county of' Frokim.
e notonlyto prevent Imrropaer coenmbLnatlons I Ih, Lert-L. 181i To provide for k deputy Clek fur o Coi rt o[
tareameng the Irlend s diffireuct iJticet. bill 1. gice 1. provide for a dputy- c l- Coant al
the publte at large some notice em the sauip scnd ahor ,.ter GeneralnSessions of Rings county
o fprpoasd measures bhrm,o]uIclng thai flT alcl be -C 152. Revti-ng, amending, and consolidatilg the sev.tal
= aeseed In the titles ofnil private and local bilt A.stde from acits In relaUon to the village of Kingston.
eonietltional obJeletlonst I am unwillI ngr to apprnoe and 188. Dir eting the copies and certifioates of AeorIntlon
sg- ul er bills whioli violate salauarr principles by -om. of Banks to be transferred from the secretary's oflces t)
I hinlg in the name aAI aluJeeti which hale no oe0o3alry
eennection with each olbor under 9 title which 9 in- -seatuard the Banking Department.
t mladthe ublic. and to keept i laUoraise of the s.- 184. To athorre the Sandburg Plank Road Company
feceof itoposea mesnsra. It s bo pey ef .c.r cotiarslu. to borrow money and for other prposeea
i.


A I. BIocaman's ll. Fte'l-l'is) nr. c Will. rleshn
In s.iencoe, .1am be MA~l,'-c-J v. n- .-..-.-.- 1 1
W. j. 111no0'.0 lh i. Iy la iylor, ly iaSvortlgn. 1im
CIlra Hontsri--4 o ........... .... .... : *2
J.bn TutoribulPs 1-. f. Klatinkai, by imp Glenc.e,
dumi ,by rorpedon. 3 y o .---- ............... 3. 3
rime, h ` '.-a b9 -.

FOREION CONSCLi.-The Preasident bas offdialy
reogulased E 0. Gom ez a consul of the republic of Ni-
caragua for the port of New Orleans; and lon Antonio
Maria Segovia, as C9cs0l of SpLt.1 fox the port of N ew
Orlefdw.p


IF-. To in, ,rpt'Irte Ih Erli' Cmun',i cI lni.B Dank.
Ii. p, iaicng Io cuunly sruperintsrrleonl ot Ihe pueor.
187 1ii 11.11aict to lie ul1i,.a of keeper of the poor
licit.eB ,hi timLJ om,' ly r of Oileariu
189 o ameni an an l actenticIE, "Al nAct to inir.ri-orahl
the Niragra Couunt)"F.1% igSBdail;c" prerJ Apill i, 1817
Ibli Aulhoiilng t'e 8iuperrl.bor of the ltownof Plolo i
burt, It loaRit cortlio pn1Ii' ly
IPtA To aeinn in act c, e :,i.d "'n ac in relaatl-. 1to
the Cvpre-.e Bill Cernelery," ;c ,-I-1d i, u 14 184P
IfI. To nmi-ld the charer 'if Ite till.ig,, o Lijockprt.
lf'2. Cbaii[rng Ihe names of .1,sara L,-,elind 'i aam
ind Crolie Etkli libtlh 'utninm 1o Jame-, LovelnuI] Jealsa
snd 'aroline Elizabeth Jea..,
193. In relation t.o th( Court of Commou Pleas for tll,
tclv and county of New YorlI
tIl To iamend an art enl0tled "-An nrl to, pruicid' for
the licensing ,ind go-eminent f-d th. pil:.as arid re'g.lt
ing rpilolage of lh-i ort of No. Voki." p'isse.d June 2.
]6aI.
19"). Prclsring a p.rt of tle W.l C.inaidi rr,.:'ek an I its
brnec-he a public highway, and reciilating the piu;ase
or logs and Ihomber dolna the naine, nd e'an .hs- idirovi-
minot of aliJ fitc(am
11. To iJt.riale n Stil e pop-r
If7? Jin retllion to the mnnorys lercI., hy Irt.- on mr ,.
teres, mrites. marira-r. aid E-camin arrin g at tue city
and polt Ed New York, n.1 Itie impol oi ihoe ns,,t,- byr
Ihe Tit,Itr,-L.c- f th>' So ,Im.-i'- l 1uniJ ail tetrel it ol 01
iho, lrl-, r re rily A.-,,)I uItor
198 At.,itrcrnG thIe li, ecl;o of Irudeios, anl other of-
f],:n..- i I ,, .ll,.Ii r f i .c .i
][', ', I- aith.rr.- renri.n oll'erm to almiaster-r oitha
iiri ifuf C1-l' ne me ,rI liil,,r c.'-C
', s Iu icornc thei \\-,.0ic. '. crcmimly,-cers ,)f Ihe -
l f ci W;,Itcrlt.3, on to boriomw ronuey
iOl tin [I img (.e tilimger i ECrEoanc-, Soliolinrle c-lun
r.t[ ICc rond liLtr ri t.
.2 I or tLh appointment of a ceimmliemon'.r to rerise
on- .1menM-j I Ih( clhrter of Ih' CoIT l 1"of PreiesLter
.3. I'clilic liE Ioe HU-lani Alqueluol tunimpny.
'2 I To wiurcd lhe Jet enlled, An a.t r.',sl tlirig
,ilgli a. u. ln .lr,, !it [ tLe c, rnlie uf inIolk i.jipo.s m ,
andil K;Ing.. pacs,(,I leb, "23. 114'31
T :. Toci. iud ,in irct enllic.l "An act ljo enab.i. Mri
Nincoen Pi.ndriu(z, l aso linu, to hold ,n.rrc'.-r'v r, l -,.-
tal 1O inliric lh. -rein, a l in appoint hi lie, ril.t 1 i0 Itr
ti-c. will of Vilncetl.' Pvielq,,,(z "
21`11. To Inproe t he r ,inr [ieor, 0 [i n l.SIwr'n:. .vrniin
ly, for fl",.ilng cimbor iand sar-log, an-I to1 d,.ceLr tie
r.%mi a plllie highna-y.
2"7 Is-iccnrinlo ctw catclc.h ri er .apublie higisnr nlami
regulating tie ienOfe ci l',c anU' tiiLubar down te ~smu
for the nciprovoient of rIidl river.
It 8 lco'9ering tlh nelt in[nolI of hell- t ligco rircer a
puthleb hichi:1ar, and for regulating bthe piosag, ol f is
bandl timLcr idoan tbhr same.
20 ) lo inrorotceix tie YonulersSarinirs Bank
210 Ti7, ,;n,:erirt rai lSi miponay i-niigA BLtnilt in the
city ,of Huj.ll h-
.'II. A..ltlirilir,, thei anIIl Apruiei:.rj to eKianinpe the
cininmsc f L',res-d :c3lmr-ur and oth,:re fur l imaleai du'
truned Ii, consto]uF ne or f th,. -ielroicin c-,I t -lam on the
irefidatl rn er
;l' I', rhiriog IU -l.ler Meailon- tiolk a public' high
tFy, nnd regulnimig ib.) pasagei of log, au.l tlinbi r 'luwn
tliesimr.
;13 To .i .ort..rtIe the Ar.or,cmmi t.oegrapli.amiandStan
li' IIll~lt S,',,, 1.',
-514 ',r IhP Lb(coipt.ralion i-f oci.lt;ea v:. -,?tihbbsh frt-,
chiircbpn
rjh ureiPci
2iti To 'ira ni the clty of llroolIpn In bt.Wr.,w. in an
Lt.: sip ii c.f tie lt s to b.:i leri,-.I amj. r -.'. in I .11 1 Ir;tv
fc. r Ih c ydir 184the t ihe linm lo ll'.uj for the aie of thIe
Fe 'r ,parlnient ii rnid cit-
21C lin amrn dan a,:t enltllI An act to incurporalt
ti BiflaliTrual Ccrnmpainy," [iaosil Aprl 1,, 16'ol
.17 T,- E[eeal an at ecnLillel .%a act rclative I.' Ile
pmrrclrs( au'l laying out of e'rlain Ion-Is for a public
Park in IIe N;e[htnith liard of the city of Now York
rnd I hi piw rf ania ,lutit of theb M c -.r, AIicrlicea anl
Conrmcnially, in relaiLon itheret.,' passeaI Jul 11, 1853
[fhi6s ch a ro1-iLeta llt of all th setsia igiel hb the
ievieresr, Scid regisele.d in the offee of the iccrotari ,4l
4S1te ult lo I o'clock -,n the 14tb inst

Appolltmen t by Ihe Governor.
Ii' AWD WiTh TIt A[r-iccI AsantN cmb'- 't or nin cO n E'ATg.
No-TAhut ln i.et"' --ni' ,'Cr&-Thc.maea A RimoLucad,
Choales A A FsprIl.r, .1 C. lAwrence, Erring Parrls,
.1rmeB \V W]|ll.I], Charhtl T Winlhrop. Nathaniel 1
HIie Will.anmi A IcRuling J.shn Ii. Plalt, Itobr I .1
Amm.m t, .1 M Irsing, ilv.i'. Lr v J.jahin l.ivingl.n,
Willing FclilutI.Lnr, f'.r I r .prSlirm ., .Ir Ril'.-rt I li
('aintt.wll John It S.,n .iedhu dlli-.l|r,te' BoifimU il
Willi.. Irtc,. C ri.,wnu, Jlobn 1l'.k, A [,n Wilt 1.Jlc ,n,
henrv A rAirl, 'll,omnis. C T BTck!-.,, S'amuel T VIiB ,
tEin y C Eanks, W. 1. Condr.., Lds ,n F' Corey. Jaiffler
e.n L'ottugtlon, U(org t S Caicmiclhal, iLilculmb Camn-
bell, Horalio P' Corr, CorneliusR R liaonay \Vlliam Y
(lark, Wiluhm T Farnhbam, lamnes PuIker, II. I' CPatlz
Jiohn A Stc imnu-r, James J Sweonr-y, ,John A lFcori.y,
0 L Tnylor M. B. MeCloy,' Wdl cm II I Moore, A K
Melionough N Flih NcLlson E H Wilton.lolb Vain
Biskirk, Jtchn t \'oae, ,. t1 '.i'an IJn'lasIiA, I i-nr '4 1,,.e.
C P Jot01ae I .I tdIi'Leeilct. J. W I-t-,ul. NsIC1ct.
Vrl lurr Jri J Ln .c1 %1. itl., li-ut' W IVaJuhnuU. -l,.ssper
C Van Vorst, J M. Guinteau,Jonan f li Clark ,
Ki.,lla--iekard I Toi. li (imapmnnS Godlwia, T. J
Northall. C H Thein-puoos A.I. Wralh r P H.n3lsal, t
T. Wal.en., Ji I. [; Millor, J Itadeau, W. .. Il.mlniaci,
Jr IU 0. Luctderwig, it Sirung T G B(urgs.n i .I.le.,
W 0 V,'lcst-,. JoLn K t.ihkle,.

Personal Inltfellligenr
Fl..nnr 'i-li" Alvdih luist, ljir!.arlon, i.' i..ru- .r Malrl.
son, Illiniis, W Newell, .o.r-,-., M ,jow a..rin ct, ['.
S A ,H lr;.c,,Ue U S N ,Cipl.an K I$,, n ..n. U A
(CotIloin ltctsuliir Wtshlini..n k.I-cjuIl H Crcr..:k,.
MilI a.nie; lclora.l Joilu i rmi k r h.C,:.V "C Williamci,
NS.rtb li4-1L.1io, WV C Gr.,inIl 1 Ung.' si-rriel ;.J'.>:r'
any at che Astoi
WV. '.cl.c., Jr Q,,eibt-, ec, T Prin', m, G-.rgin J
Quinn tcl ,'n-ba, J nriro, G'orgsI I IllImchlirl New
Vrk. J. R.ce, N'iw tcl,,as. .1 1. V.un.lt tacmd. .1 B
Liiucol t, shiail.iln, irr, cd icctrt irl c al taie Prn. -.i t
Col,.el acintiel Cbhurchb, olI.) c.t',t ri-inrT G(c-..rne
Krnt, Main.1 Ic Mc(ta., Maine. Col-nel Hri'ry crpiras.
Sn l'rincimco. C(u,l,,c-l i. S lIaning, l'li.'ci:-o, Li-,nit
Wr.lkr, iL' ..., Honorsable A W laiml., Washinaloon,
Ur C teib, S t John, H,'.nc-ribhic Ptrr R i, .-iheie,-
lIJi, aeTec uruinht llie aTrlvasld yesterday aL the zt
NicbolaC
DPEerElTtnR.g.
For Li.rrpool in the aieamahip .liianti--O lopktnesn
Flladielhcs, Hir ilchil,. Dr IV H Souith A B Smith But.
h.1' J F Mc.nsr. Mr Mirnll s a fun J D uill, % 0 Win
KiD Mr and Mrs J Fell GI Sel.alLr. A.ierna Mr la-
kl,n Mis and Mi M ,.'Kee. BoinIs.n A J ilcioirn.a bear.r
cf dEapetnr.as H SI 3tu Mr and idr H PirG is% Day
Mi a h Bu tmfoy. Grs Plelpi ('iaS F-,:,w J F-)sLer, IV Wi
Holmes, Me-rsB UErumaiig. t. aros-n sanu.M'eimcr. Piers ,a
Blatckurn. Rai. u, 5r Klenti. I thIs., J Jiles. tr
Crni-i.. Mr >1 t aBoLt Jr. Sir H'. alui. N J. J
A t clIiO,. Sir LM-ralei. Wasihsinaru. J 'Fuller IMre Fchui, i
narnc biLd crilrd Mr Ram-in \ch6ad d ,n. Gis n--ider aud i
b'-n 1uiMer., Mr It airEiaun, Mr 000 iMrs f Msyrrs. cl1
Lmre. J M Itou.in.aou Mr Eu an Utit. J Pc'.. Irers .
moderun Pirry. Mrs Hawkin-., vim SAnsn, PrtilnadeIlc
Mr I'Tanlt, haLln Dsy. J 'haudlpr. I I [li-i-min M- n
Bnmpprks. Str HlitrcCkln.l El,.i.'a-.r. (ha, Gre., 1 isic. r
Ihalt-,. i LF Drapr E L IrTauh-,inju. C Pr-lai S> N, t-arr
Ji-l.es Nl A Wonlierl.r Sric- FfsaIcy man s!-,J IdJ
Itrt, J P Dlap&lac,]ire A Droij nnd lal.'. [1 luc. -r ,
Ilull '. HrShnlla os W Be.udI-ise t ,'I ,oI..1ni l ly IC
'rian i, lay NI. J L'iJaa1ntue- ladv NJ Mrwt. .[0-
Irs r,.irti, Ir t 1,inisa e L IMurc.' an I']ld. J i Bull F
Clark tMr Rihlt. B Edmorc.t tim L'lili Lill Mr I &a- u
lad sand ol.l..,sr Jlc-a' s Rndall l..id,.,s. Sit T It La,
tLnEI( asl I.I' B II.L i 1.lM I a. ., L W ,_ liinstl, Mi-s TaI
Li, Ohlr I. Callrur'l., rniicc. M. r ,,piarCd (C-oat R. ai,-'J
C t W li.:, N I Mr I seTa n, ,To. ,.,,-i E Ko-:klltn. SMr
Dur.ab, J BaiiDj. J teruiur. tr o3lrrLr Blr .N.ulon
Mr anti Mt-( f G OJuleai Hr IIv 11 'lilt Mr OIL. lr J
crjintui,. Phliiad. Mtlpi. Mr Pals, i'', f c.ur (lcil.r,,. UIr M
c Lla.,I, Ir G Ir'NEdrI MrS, r mtc-r.mr. Hrs lmai tey,
lir neil Mrs Itlltm-m. l..un ,n Mr J llirclh Mr nlnd Mr
tAn,t,, Mr _t Si-dit, rt tr HI C ei.,' rs S r M'H..r.ly, pillow
id,.IfbaI. ,ir _'lba -n. Mr Amnl-, 'ecldrL-u sn.d airGfait Mr
Lausbna W hlh].iill. Pbil-.J.lpl'li, 1 Isu lt w.alm.. l.,nct
Renmr-Tl'a oriel,.t 'humi M-tr-.l;(t V --Lr,-njl t 'I%,n
Ic'ott. ill,- and forant, Mr it t ll a -i ann' .. Mi Fai ,sr
J I n1a, M. Pale1- Ir Iaillis an-I Irnd Cl,',rs H ',viu
J K1es joJocn Tbampiop:a J A 1111L, Mir RrieF r .1 iC
KtLWon, Mrs Givr. >J5uL t s lit Da Jctlrk j.-a-.., J a .rm F
BI illey. E [I Arnolt -Total.I ."
F-,r ,suasnnILa In ei. AnhlFp Kn.,,.Iill,:-Mrm tmilti \ A
STcrri ard Ia-Jv v. a inrti L.,.o Dt ,,i,,lU.- J [1 UJs,
tlies E 'awem'. hi-a i A l%,r.lni r Mlise OAtr, i-.'-i,.'
f'slllcen, tcl t iu uan ,tl-, bill aul nurse, Mr-s .. D
Ludlow. tirig .tne a Armn-iran anss ntrii,. tl t'ursr',lm. Jr
Mr., Grat.-ai Sir. iPhaiI ,tm-i 8 E I-,en e, i, rf T ELiok-o
H Dn, a. lt It Torral, Riial c .ciom. VTa, Zinc II L
lIrt. w Pd tr,-,J.lir .I.he H [ior.. Ot'm H AIl'T M.,id
emsrii.,. -ia,',L,. J MirPi.unr E U Dcal mik-l-, i ',h,:
l'or t. Iel'riEtun. in cL.- atcamslcp f1m,,. Ak.L,,r-i. P Cnla.
mao AMr 'c-,'t... J 51t' nhr., o. ,t.,i-Dn 1'liii.il a JJlirm [I IILa
-hir--ti.. ('Lae iltlta, t" OrLcIi.],'., J I. lilppim Jdin,. L ice
Ic.r li P tIricie. Eunhli (I huacb, a V CtOdt .I I tic -rv.
irOBrfnney CR Bai'..r,l tfr. tl..r'mll t,-h, K. Ill vat
io-tr Jit .- 'tl,.cLn.u Jr L* ti 1_1urk, A i' i atin i i IJI' 01 c
t in i.rnt'l l Ic ry. t 1I ,' i'dee d il C-Inrm, I K lumlU. L ml
kktipian Ji,- J tii'-, I. 5 e'.lbbh J, Uouit S( locl,'Oitt 1t
Al-ncrn-cc-a 17 Ir, ,h nlri',.'e
F.r l libn,',rid A In c h'.nm tel'lp Tltr.(c t o ,w-aa-i cimr-,., E
Lt 1 lllJ., i-c I P l'cliLnJ D MI llt r "J n [ I,.', ,ii Mr-,
IaBrp' B 01 tl rr sl. S U l.-r, n. Jrt'O ...TO. Siam.,.. J H
ltl ll, V' R Pr.,cmnas 1hoy rciI tw.'-. r|iiiris, I" l,.L. Lnrc.l
Ilady At.ujr.J irt,' Gro D J h,[,s l luact, aijd iir,',cilI
JlI'-b-J tn Ikik Ecr t (re
Fri,-m Charhi.'li i,. In Oiftm,,hlp .?ii'bircr-cer--tcr M i'aln-
ticue ilss Bac[Lt-lur. Brc B Dartl. .Ura baitTOueharg. ostild
anid srcinti Mrj L J- hks,. Sirc A c.,ull an-I Itir', ,i il4rki ,
Mrs Da..I SarLia anu lwo oLililrusii. C L Cnniehlia an-I
child Ji lChthl, nirn, .A MAi.is-l Ino twos i ill-r,!n mind
a mvanat \ A Wllhimo. StaEtirJ 5llunceync. J D ienu Go-)
T Saut,,Jr, er. lo Masd.'ii untir J iuet.i lll u Me tic'W
n. A Gouan L.i:.~cu Sal1, T f Mar-ia E St Snr.ntoe Mre R
tboreshr .1 SlDte ra Pi.i-'r Dij.i.L..-peltJ lii-.1.. T M-nc
ijor, Petucr Sndudra. L fltrud-rc F. Lanroric' C Bouk-
eau, t..-i, ceurer. L A L Blabaehrdi U1 Kemjp. Ca[,t Hi,'pr
(ees bt nti, I 1 ltawns y"-rfJ+ lthe ea tur.- o; H. s
I re on ecnkj h., Ln dLQbipAhlciiLsiiTh,'nsd c ,rt O.
.B]I I I". Jt an t'"pi tt R,,mt Dia l[l IK. 1" I' A -la.-L.,.-i
I1 C" B.iJreLr. C F FfI'it J C abkr. I tt ILu,1 Tric tc..,ia!.
Mrs 1 Slrm ni.", tIti-i, L.'JtS0 "itr.ct.l ct is th," si-,in c.
Fromn i cn.!c, e n mlii, Iliohar-i C,>,llIn--,' T'i'; H, ,
Slopy ilau,a Mr, /DCne
The Tuirf.
l.,,iirmai''A RIOEr'.
MrrorRhi ('Cc't,.E--insBo I'av--lprl I --Tlie r-ic c-as
I-r-a Cli.b ptinse of 57f.0-1wo mii.:- 1,e.,i nlL Kalina I,
Wild lcehmiLt aol Man rIi Toi i1a liIe ,?otut'liants


DepLrtlre of lire Clty of
r[1] tADnL
Tie s1e0w tmsAiehip City of Ilc
ft LIjvcrfloi ,cith ilxty i-pascunger

plarkets.
Flout h as,]'adncedl "-o under
Barrelled lard I inL good demand a
at go. iMoney R tight. New Yorke
prectle).


NEWS BY TEL

THE CONGRESSIONAL

Anti-Nebraska Meetinj

JUID(;E DOUGLAS HUN

Storma and Disasters

SUSPENSION OF A BUS

LATER FROM NE'

TERRIBLE FIGHT ON TI
&c., &.,,

From Walshing-
THiE nErAir. PfRINTR I'5i. THE Gl
WE aTHKER, ETC
W iAfftLGI
Pom' I:im.,' o ithe ?>,"oal or lrim
nirlehn;ial pi.riton nof iha Patent offi
to "sIi fur: cer, tUe Senate pr
tIhe rlriltuii poitionn of ILth.iL r
Lfctcc, sbr- crideceI one hundred t
.rinlPtid by Ie -printer to the House
ecir.;,, Ic. nt lr, lic. printeto elthe
-\tira numllrr of documents suppi
tl1tng 1ie 0 I rnase of type setting
Ic. rgrlr.uLuLra part .1-elongs to hi
chnnia.ii con.itiliting ,ne rc'i-dmeut
Priclin r.i,,Id reel de& icwa the matter
rEtCrl,-', W Ibh Circui t Court, prayi
d .n,u eon The Fuperintendeni of Fu
lhim llc work Thr rai earne up th
.-ol.naon ald Mr Carlisle appearing
Phiillip i. Key for lr. Nioholson.
nlt flnimlied, and the last named wi
calurtlay to reply. There isOmuch
Ci5be
Thl acthi'r habs Leon extremely c
Ing the last Iw -lyay
Inserenilng frro-m Nev
rialT DErIW.K91 ARERit ilg AND
i.N CONSL IN rBOUBI
BALTah
New Ortans pFapers of Sunday las
Cerniaina awa fruran Fl I'iO to the 80t
.\ gt,hl hi.l -I courred between a
bL,d a party of men frarm Dona Ana
w.q ouJplc-e'.d i-f cevcitoeen Americ+
'in- a numbc r cof Mlexs icans. They W4
td two Ml pliounjere The fight Il
ut. c. ihcn te Dfna ta partyfled,
Ibe q, id The iml,'rs caplurel a In
Ibt AmtriinrCunulha bad bL-n a
.Jcjalde f E.] Palo on a charge of ha
bni, a(-Id i, I-irt r.,f Mei-co, and woul
Icirlet Ihe Consul refused toa
charge cuta held liimel-If responsible
Went tie ,;is sufilrred to teavo the

IProm Boston
ARRIVAl Or THE AcglaIeo, AT B
t'E-e10i. OFi -l-rn COCHict
Boer.
The .icnrie a i bol,-., bht it is so
eF..l !i- i u p before tunrinit Thei
fir N 1 w V, rk till 'ucd.i c fi-'rn-.onI
The imtpQrpl i.nlturet of th,; Coeh
led to Trest run i] on it popecis a
paid Out up to I o'clock, when t
making farther payments The seci
good. ann it ia thought that bilton
fuloil The suspension of the bank
failure of one of its offlicerd, who i3
krnu nat facituzln.i B' is nai
*lOU0,O,. .llt, prl s Lja f baehnk wiL
Monday.
An injunctionn was laid on the C
otcr,'.on, and business wil not I
commiseini:rp report, al-out tlij mi.
AnItll-NI-(bretsin .lMeeinga
J1t,-E Itl'l'.) LAS Da.iOL;ti lD AND
TR,..ro, N
Th Anti N cbrikau moeling bere l
aid (inhoela astic D L.-ler winapilp
C [1,Ulc lMe Sparetlry, ani ten \ Ice
ei iluliOt s were a dootel, atr,'ng a
iune, agaact Ithe Nc-lraskI, bill,
fIouglaa, and pplau'.l'n:. Cha: Ifa St:,l
tire I'romt Ihis t dal t
Judge Randolplh ere I an- V
Par.icr, i3p: Ihe 9 sil-. r
The mc.i-g niswrIB siilro01t diLtinclic
ijjeP up of about balf -f 1ia-hb '1[ th
Thisb miirnL g ni c-fA o Seo,tc
saspendel from the rli1 graph wires
cut down by the Mnrr.

Ohio AntIl-Slavery Co
ClKOINNA
The Auti.-.lri'eiy C'pri, onti-n in a-
paiit v eek, aIj.,urnr-d ,nc die la: t n'
Th lEe Siiell Slorn maid l1
W'W STORM IN BOtt

tbout foir nnclies ,A snow has f
o'clock Ihbi morain lbhs woeath-r u
In raiD
TUF WEATHER IN" AL
AtBAN
hesry so-w -i.rm irevailed he
NO tiaca lIae y-t arrived,and the
Neo Yrk 1 -ot p .. rOt

Dliantl Is nii. he I
\ E':t.Lc a1-'U.lllI E-TLsRtl Il
BcFr'
We ecOiu from nitvnil. 1,JviiCei tile
cr S.Laie.. Iut ia--k I.-St. Clair rio
t.o dy, r,-pirls tl,.t tie sohoonerF
etldne t.o.mucr LaLLcr Wright, a
Queen wer nIl] alcI.. ,lletrn]e Presd
Jer P.y IsIlcds. :il; 1G .!:-,d *;'., .a,Li
mcrchaudhi,
Throw had beeu i ,- ;c t.rtormr fr..,
-he roasl wa rc- ry..l --I Th- ],r.
pr-:,re a triaul loEn 'I>,i ;o., is hcc-a
A~rlonnes loiilt for Exptdilll

Cc3, RLIT
A meishes w. btl~l '.j .j.- ,-,f t
Sl..nigom-rn iu 1 "'m..t P..;nt. STl'
Centrnl. WaynD',-.,r-c' SiOl,ir ur
ion and Mainchielter Iilr ,I-l. t.
a *otn-ble i' v:ivi.. -i,, .ien c'ci .i,i,:tI
and sieel, itulig lic' nctila t I rsl.'
nlnii id te tcii-e 1iio t Ij er'on a
i-1. ou thb litof June

Sale of tIhe aV1Imlnglotii
hiecanners.

Tlie coale of thl. Walmia;giO and
Lleck place ti daly a:.-..c[imi t.> ad
sultcit is follow,. --]ie stouamnior Gla-
t.-. P E [cira-ni-n, c-f" VliLuingtocc,
f-,r 611.8603. to 'he C,',cminuttrli Im
CherleElc, ; lice O,[lmlgltiu i-,r 612
cun, c-' ihhalmtr- ao,l o i fri Vani
P li [miimkuii ol W\',lhmio-..,n 1
an |Ju ,"O's
Fatal RinlroadI Al
Nm-me rLa
.00 ITi-hiutn asirci, P.cjicmr [,, rr
ftrigh! ear .-',c-r.J~la In tic-. city
ro'- hi'u,, 1lTj,, l, m in tlanu ..


f MItn.tel e ter. an 'oun, ti. c l, c nJ.iO ,ur- 1 i ,... + th .conatim platll' A tcJ i - l'n i t.', c., ed J frr -
Al e~it, 5Cc, 2j.,!, e~lJA IWrighi
d p1a im '.1 eL.ff A l t ith s L.. 'f J..r. .il t h i ,i 'oh.
c[m.ialcS..t ile 1, daL I he ne-I lag -a.t s. lhi,leIl I 8 i. c !OLh' m 3ain1s Me -.' .tu gt'pier tiafflrmcted.
u0h- hr ale~l od JAY IcoonlS, cianC ea1l ,l to the ohotr, an'Jao, b 1J Ro-'..u-li,.n ,tucI,'i l sfl',lrinei te ., Lfnci Daic, c D. Smih-
to DeoioLcted ',!err.taty ,,Cnc.t nfttn4
bit tl jiY .1. WooLp more.- th.1 t a cnmittee 't f e rothre 1"n.. II Cf erk. ,Vl oA iitall: Mel slteiq fllHa --,Judi-
---- be appointed to draft cultabtE reolutionm, espru.in.e rf iment lor deroelnlaBl.
the onens E1lthin meeting. Jnec H. I,1pjcer cgonmat Jo, 7VIo hhdo c d .-.Jlut Dtio
fNTI, April 14. 1B51 '8 h CthltC i. appointed as such committee Me-sart ffionired.
the America. newsow mn t John tErh, rd!..-J ndgoll) nt 'Lr"
the Amsrlt'a news Woolf, (U'1agher and .Benstiso, who reported a3 tol. smir t Da ai m Jm E"a' J '
itiii'0 adio a now held towsv-eL. -. ,firm-. . -c.e
e~chxmq firm &t 1 v Resolved That we. as e6t1iean of tbe United Stattes [r Iillmr ou D. Murphy tig fot nl5 Augi5akIZre.. rL
eWors, Oak COM4114 0;t;41 iqvm Irma, 49 L03,1kMtpd 71%o vi guqosta form 9 At WD A11


blj GRAPI-. I Another Done. 9,I, cn7 treir at inE' t0 rce11..!n ite!iy Wl.t v
th rl.f AI,lr n.t.t,' t, oIld ekr ,w d
TIM- OirDrAill- W ,. nirTLE A V A rAIpCrCA'Oi. t,',o ,, r Fc.r.c'fifth ,Iret Ehac rivera nd:al cu trei'
The age grown. Icisnneua l..( (cdi 01 howui" is r.-.t Il,',.rd .I Cc.,.ri mootrD, -in -nur thocer,
c .it, i Thatrc i'i-o-fr V ,nili.1 TO- ci t. I .
RINTER.. t.tledaboutas freelyas teinoew (ool. .bi sortsof peo fr.i[,rcncrn v vi^' eurIo'aI .d ii.irit An q it n'on' 1.
Sple, from CongreBemendown to ca*eh ..Mtloer,.groowm Ir ..I U v f n&."i-r .hi,,l.':ad..ia.-. .r
g at Tre KtOn. der vot their "repluttation," nod seem willing to. .,..d.Tia,,in Cctoi ,, ,. l.,,.,.
^-. + Biseek taitt -bubble at the [pintr'] month Hoboken-. to. is al .B l ,ciidto i'oire ui rtiihtj .i-r'tv,,. ,r
rG :N EFF'hcY. Ihfat CIfou gL.oun.i-tbh. parade cf1r neai1rC n,- P"S ., i .p o n ioo,,o'tlli .t a c t.,, r tna I..' t ,,cI
that hElsiurt of rlcketers.-thas L onch fli ng centre Tane e .CGJ,lhilitllnAc .iad to ll uu,r ler cueeyr
~~Th I-r, .otitons w. ee Janarritumusly" odoptcJ
omn theLakes from which radate obad liquor. worse ioarrb. riel.ely Th 'e'tlnt then di..arnedtLTTu'.sda) nrex
n. ,.rri-ge', hl-'recoked iancra rirdtt6,i,- b,3t race,- AiPntOPaBiATEPHOMCotaLCronljZa T.-WewerS AoW
RN NK. is the i'icfeen Acre--.ie Chulk .arm-the Boia de the.'lher d.vif U se of in7mento dleigned ror thjdeli-
aote aurgery'requred in d sealsc ol theeye, and probably
T BAIK, Boelogne-the grand do dlgU ground of New York city there has never been manulaetured a mort, perrei ao-,-f
The air is heatv.y -ih rimor. of flghta to come. The instruments of thea kird. 1hey %%ere the WmrlmLanship
W MEXICO. Culffing andEBrrc it-nri1gecihcfashf-tlbe- Pat] la~-iocitejl 1.l 1of eclebated cutler, I.-er, ci Parts, eT.eilyf foret .
MB. nI hltitlatatheryota Pnlnre of thu .ty. cThere -nie
ecu-c' cf earlile nlvo hcul~ ar .) decit of dreadful Dole zippers as fine as a ecm el'se t h ir pencil arnesfg them .
Em Fr RONTME, Two Councilac-cn hare qnarrc-6d overa most inlereating syTingc. asimiatll almost as a ca.mric needle,. and intru-
mubjeetand ofe of itMa hI "inrell"lJ' the rlc of e hoe- montela for pumping, so Ic spteak, cxt-cnemij finidaerim
"the ee, of the mnotoattenuwted emallness of which Allv^r
nor"toptirifylhem..cttcr Chloirdeoflhmewouldt ibelerti. teriv) admiaaaWe. This t"se of miutrumewlts hanbefb
Adoughty "Colonel," who edits aaninll rmlnc- paper, purchased be T. L Eatabeok. of Me.; ia L Kelly, 1"
Ion. has been challenged by a redorbtable taptain" oflhe No,'' 'otliai; 8. Thorn, F D). Beele, of N. Y, a',
has Bbeenchalleong, ho~o~ed by a rgdoc." e c .LItD sme t went or itirtLy other .w. ng gentlemni, who ha;m
OUE PANI'CR-T1C Bobaddl.genus, who Lo-I,] a goTnmnt c L.l. Bt e alnded il. leCtle. for iceoral recs pae. of Dr.
.. April 15, 1854. most amusing of oil thie e Ilrs ha L.ie. pla,:, tfrk ]iplhen(on, l this itylipon p beathomatary, phavl-
'id t be pTi ted i th between a welol known mUtltar / gcnilenis %ram bI '." elegy. tleeane, and e crSir,., aS teeye, u ndl thei have
tacn r.porrt Thin-ela .. u ihwot, a ,lensocrrtic Ieider ar4o e% .'.mnusaonor to 1torer.rolef ithoen Dr oTheir gw rflede for tio oindefflti.
tiner Sil.ic-quentilv the CrystalPalace, and a retired officer of tti BriLteh rIl.s cfloorL 1o c('etimei. staheBard'of-orpthrinflr irBae.rv
rnpt w aunt tio the army., Inordertopreeerve thedilticlioa betCwec-n the i 1cthmity." ADn nppnnriDar t profie-5ol conAeptniMnt
wesal t tessscntleo the "' r~hily blioned fir. .tel-hcrann and [Ir. Garcih nrm
houaandeoplesto be gentleman, we shallcallthe Western gcntler,,iL the lhatio atlendinggialtui sL ur'eocI, n at h'lbNew York
L--Mr, Nicholson. Ac Colonel," and the Englishman "the ..Iplaiuc." f'irtaltnic IiisptaIl. and when j l isc remembered that
erouseN that order t appears that the Colonel lsa aern r poplar nrteman hll had over light hundlrr cases befo' e them l.ityear,
of c'arcrna diatian.e, of the eye, nearly aU of which were
calTlse tha 'orer ,andl his position gt.,. him A p1.,0. in [tie ^^ ^r;^ ?,* f
plies the other, thus withboth sexes, andhis position gre bin aplr lnthe curmlta i-tiepred, Iheamountof tbclrlbarhfororharltypa
Tuclker claims tha t'",, :'. I**, L which hie madie ,'11hl nneV tnlaiOn, anIva suke may be t"onjm-ecurecd The saill of' Lcer. in trioafac-
imcr thatanld th eme- r,.sriD.I I.dry(conquestslwerealleg]dclolh.e-oelnnie.i0e coring ts-ep inatruments of which ne bav iheen uspeak-
dinthetdtohTh atnie lboe. n, .hto US fallen into haeds which, in ngir, them.
The Commitee on 1.:-I1. Th.?Captainvisitedint,:Inmo -andAit cl, no doubt, recad hoc e many a patient with his oight
*. Tucker, therefore t, ,aeid. bee'mejealo.. of the Colonel'Af popularity. The repiit.red, whe otherw;ac. might hctie [ingorergoui amtircr-
I '_ ,I to Issue a man- Cit nel returned to Ithe Sc utul .iit. ena ihile there un. able edit-nte
c1rrintingto give pleasant rumors reached him fomn lte LEast. Asheap- EAitsa Sreaiv --Ibis day is Easter SunIu.la'--thdar
f o r f t : s t in g U p -O h e g o- ,and ot -i J 'i j T b v o D n v u Li o n o I
hi, morning, Reverdy preached the East therumors became stronger, and be this dy seems to e a ancent l pele. The
for Mr. Tueklier, and finally iuceeded in ascertaining that the Captain was Eastern cburcd cin clden t .I mept ttlie Inda, whi-l' 1u
hie argument -as the author of certain charges reflecting uponhis moral ILe itnr pi ryr? of Ibhe reos..rroet can of our Sa.viourupon
The 14uth of ihe first J,.o-c-h month The Wester.
a allowed untilnext chamracter,whichhadbeencarriedto allhisfriends with clynrceeeansmmemTr ce tI,, esc.eentupon theeve pre.'
interest felt inth the usual rapidity which belongs to bad news. ceding tht iday of IL-. rsabrreoitc.n, umLilI aboun the id.-
The Captain sate in his parlor at the- Hotel dileoftie foiinh cinfurv, ih-n the Council oi NIf,
fliaid ie celetivation up-in the Sunday following Guild
old and stormydur- wrapped up in his dignity and his rbei dle chalre, when cled h!e Cathlicn Cinth, e ardstllcnoGd
oldan sorydr-tiicnday. Thc Caltholi C~sareb, pcrticnbutrl5, vcneretu
Colonel---' eardwas presented. The Colonel did not IbiA .v'. an.I speeiAl communion, niu bh performed tio
linger behind the pasteboard. He demanded an immedi- anyino all itir churches.
v twexloo. ate retraction and written apology; the Ca tain declinLed. ra Poutr TLioasu s ABRnRwTM D Br riB rMPLBUR -
MI XcOENS-AIEP- WhereuIon the Colonel did then and there bruise, 6,at, TI1 at idor storm on Thcrsday afternoon diaarranesI
thun north section or ltb lits,-f teltcaph, and somew.1
BLE, ETOC. and evil treat the aforesaid Captain-the aiforesaidi Cp.. er,[risaed Ihe police oeffil'i on dut- in theTwenty.aeoenc
some, April 15, 1854. tain's eyes were bunged-the aforesaid Capta;n' o.lI cardlstation line.,' b" tie electricity from the clotsda
thrkingfthe wie. ticch nhittLerod the apparatus intm
t arereceived. They orgn received violent contusion, and hemorr._)rL -. pn. pleer The folio-mingie ,ount ii giren by tle('aptamof
ith ultnimo. sue.l, and fIlly tonsum up, the afor, C'..j. C., ; re. PC aolitk-e ron the rotrtn tC. the Cb;e! -, Att JaU-p so bhreen
party from 1l Paso celvedasevere "blow from the foot frn. i... hlnd," sll o'cl..Lk yi-eriiay aiterroioon, -it Ihe tm of the hcR yr
hbower, thbt ligh tning allraete hr tlte tele .,raph wlrnsa
a- The El Paso party theseseveraldemonstrations beingfront te hn,i d d ran ieo be calion bo0die. ockg Ithe telegraph appa-
ins and Englishmen, feetappertaining to Colonel- and oiien in and rato into fragmentA, maLing a.report lAo the dictscare
were well armed, and upon the body ofCaptain --, he the C..lonc l iureo- 'f n leaily loaded musket, forta inlrl -.ilhoIt njuring
sted twenty-six rin- said knowingly andwilfully being the aalbor of s,, war. earinfperson."rThstue peltrtcouldr.n the ben avodemd,
wectire informed, !I' theopealr -a .nthe-01station.'a-i,asbid
leavingthbreedeadon like demonstrations. ,Jetacbcd the wire from the aprartlus prior to thb. up.
rge numiinberf'aitl. The Colonel took a cold bath and dressed for ,inar proarb of the storm I is piresamed they will know
rr:nd T catainpbelier nett time on the approarbh of etorm, especially
rr, J ofer- e The Captain put his feet in hot -wter, oc~k-ed his if one or two ef theraptrinolobe their heads by a filah
iv.ngiLan.danl An.una head, beef-stealked his eye, patched his nCeP. mini in- of hlghtning, it mae ththn leun to mvokemoreoaution
Id pocket $20,000,000 dieted a challenge to his assaulter. Mr --- or,. thc and altentu.r. to thoio who are left antouch l.
Bay anything to the miirelo LbheCo.'.cI'l. No apology, of cuir-.e, wouldd be Frt-rriut PlncoL li. NrREQAIu.DTOTHaE Lr.RI.natLBA
Snih to our goven- given or received. AiiVnIDir -W. bhare learned further in regard ta the c-
oOur e given or receded. cidpt on tIr ileiRa.ilroa.l, which was pifitulhed in yesa-
court Colonel-- said nothing would give lum rcer mater i-ridv'l HLcLD, tliac besides che egmeer Ueorge Cir-
--- ensure, did'ot know before what h eahoull do with his Ie, the fireman, Mr Beya, was killed Thi train, we io-
I. *dr tand, was Ihe morninJg express train going wemt, anl
iBOSTON THE zV-3- afternoon happy that t e Captain had put him in a way not the mail tT,,tn coming east, as yesterday stated. We
- Ar& HANK. to.rjJoy it-would have Hobolokn na place ; thirce, piti have cot yet been able lo certain bthe, cuse of th acci-
Or,. April 15, 137-l meridian. ai the hour, the or.-,'are Werte rn ridll.? .a the dnt If antridy i to blame ifor this mlanchoily affair-,
'Ir.hI wpr 1 c r - was hi c-emr. e the company owe ilt to the puhblice to make the fall par.
.lark that w ,lo nr ,t W.|OnM --.- hisfri.n %I Mr.--- alw me tt,.rh known. r drd;,- of lhe parties upon whom the
mali whili out l.ti.,,.. t.pi"esnt Mr Blank-- *"Glaid to aco y.od alu, geil.? ensuree may fail.
br tbi rer-ialr tra in men on1 non't .su take a fklat ,'-f wiae cr.tnino Taen. unrTn ir FR-T -Great mncoavenlence as
itlalte Bink lu day, The eneulful Lir Oppr-.art.,i The llt, iken ferry ln o eipesrFencedl at Ihil t.me b, the brooklynites who havea
Lnd currentt bllwere w4just lIving her tp when down came theCo,-nel occasion to rss the uth' ferry, In consequence of et-
lpairs being made here byy the company. The slip ha
The ofi-cra doclhiad with hi. friend anid iernant, beating le ordinary Welt- long been out of order, and for sime days past has boatl
irnLiei are considered arn rIfle Tbhe cr.e.aed. They re paire-d to the place of given op to wolkcmen who are mending it. The South
elders will .e paid n meeting. In rain did they, lok for the other prineoip. ferryboateare eompellertoenterthe amilton ferryalip.
wbhibhcaeneh great delay in the trip. It. will be a amat-
is alltrbult-,d to the the ralorona Captain hail quail W before theorLotry terofcon-nalnl.lic-n loour Br'ookynftionda whenaffairse
largely inteleited in Wc-steroin rife Afler avniting ianhourortwr., the,..rdi t.Err. i.,me thtir tol- ruutinc.-
Coi n,' c. c.r.,, c.'r y "'W'at--, r'fl.' nans c-ti,.,e'. tO its caime, n', the i 'ri OFI i jID Ciri pICES.-AmOS Jones, long
AoC itwo cci recur, otown. I no%, rc aa cia ,.. enb~r of the crimes Councid of New
LIre~one bU;,L^Son Coloond with the two seond retur,.ed .0 town^ W ^ ^ S ^
York, died on Friday at ti-s residence, 219SuUivan street, "
TherageofthBeColonelwasl.oun.lle-.1,an-iori;ghlinteed tt tbr ccgore8 y.ara. His fani.r-viwilltakepirel e ibt
'orhiluate- Bank Lhi0 was the lanib-llike Captain that he mad,' a wittten re dao ( u.hly) at one' o'cihek ,Ab-i:l a year ago Mr.
be rs-med unril the traction of all the charges against the Coloiel, end no- J,'C:,, o0st ni trs rb frI-im etinyg- eancd, which wna poi-
,.ou,, aso found icy the joce Mr. ones and his dau.rbtor
[lile of nextc weoeL. cepted the beating, kic;nZ and s, forth s .1d pe 1 Ti;-ly recpr. daltfromlei prkialing of the sam fiss."
-hat's all. endthe moral is. that L.n- ahooihl U.) areu I e .caci.d l in Ln,nint-, by a large circle ol [ncds. '
at Trentoi.ii with his tongue, and mor, p,Lrt,c'u[Ioly w,',r ejeti-h. SiiLf ei, I TE m E-ur re tsr-Lona oO Au. Oin
D RUd IN EP10i' .lv. weterrn Colonels ar uitds-r coni.l,'.-ratin Th,-,''] Ir BOlAD-- -Ve-tcl r, bout 12 o'cloc, a smallU sloop was
q1 1i.i 1I c|I '- cra i ine ,rek by n e3,-,lL when oloff tGoTemnor's Island, and
l. 't] n.rl eue ,,-,na l, rrlrnt al he cars Tol.' AI' "oy ,Y -,'c TI ..Solh ferry b,:,at Wy.,toank waas crosing
lastL evnimg wasLre Wrseeu nde ; i grc't inItuL-on at Ice rim.., andr Ice t.lc.It obmer;ing the condition of the
,oinltd Chairnmin, R -- "---- ,lop ha-li nei to h'rassitslnner-. but arrived too late 1t
e Pr3.detD City Inlrl. ne recuse [he drowning men. Font men were upon the
Prec.d tl (ly Jolevgence. stIoop at the timeie fhe went o'r-r and as they were not iJ
ani emplcatic in lh-ir WaAT OP THE W.ATrlE ? c;pbl wi.en tie fcr.- boat cam up, it w.i suppFosed they
denouncing Senntor A urunlniuc-'m injaint Wdat is lb? icitler c p lnd alt runOK and icriabed. A mall boat put oft from
.lItoa, the r -ji.-cn there? Wil lIthe winter nevr-r cnd' Will tle rhcldirn of ,-,IrrI [d l iii ,.,r thle wreck, balt bef-ri il reached
the unft,'irtuule men Ihey had aU pcri.hoed The sloop
tholhundred,l sudithibus6n,lo othe s ull-ering ,.-or of Ihi. we a light r, nn.t was be.,ti-ig across from Brooklyn.
Br,)ln anl Lewis R emty nOmer have the pri-'rlcoE a.,ain of going l.arfo-.ti .1, W,- ncre uioibli: to arceriain the auamis of the lost.
without being fr.,itbitt-'n r What a horrid t;mc Ihiay tI\TAI al Ris-o .%s M..,NERU up B|iTArriG Roowa.-Ort
,,u of party, and was must ha-e had .:.f ct tbis l,.l season lt the lNort .,i., FTIa.- aflcn.ror, a mi:tnmclsoly and fatal affair ocrcurred
at thei r.cur euf f,%y eccith street and Seconnd avenue, bf
great partio. and all-around that section of thel cruutry I Ah. c'o-' the blatinmr of a rock, the trarmeets of which were
or Douglas was found What has become of Dr. Eane afnt Lis Arcric expediti-,n blown in al directions to a r.oaiferabI 'dielane, a piece
,and ordered to be in search of Sir Johin Franklin missing since 164'11 W.3 of it striking a young man named WilhiamPettigrew ou
of that c h- n the tic-ad crLehiuR hL shull. theretv causing instant
have been tinkig of that It IUr btfp.i' b.un a tn death I ripiar, the quarry is ectuaed at the corne-cel
miendous winter above the Aretic i.cilrol-a 'inter of Der- Ferty thbid atrc-t anj Second avenue, belonging to John
nventlon. petuelnight-withthe mereucy at lthe corag, of 45 ,Ie. McC'mruirk, and blt tnpcn 5and G o'clnek a powerful blast
A, April 14, 1854. grees below zero aU the time.' Loka the .ct-orgish a ni-t t cIf Tand frecmeotea! fron.k were scattered in all
Aeiretions,. a l,,eaoa-whichastrLe-ethedecessed. who wean
msoriu here idringlife he five hundrednilea square, init-slenf that ha. I.-..u at the time asiaring hi.. fmathcr to put on the tire to a
hiTr dTcfIng down i1to our own latitud-- arreting th( tigt het-l. The- unfortunate youlh iwas feUled to the groua.n-.
of w- of vrr t- ae I t g an'n ihe-] instantly, before the father had scarcely time to
be Wlenther. of way of -,r Lierps0ol ilsamer T"e'he things ti.f ,thick ht the' ifficulty r-uld i Thi police, whair
-icON. us that ou flitdl an, frelow cct"ens of Komechail I caUc-id to r ice nee, e.neidea.1 th.-tt a want of prpnor care
*o,.ti ril c5. I must have had a roughtimeof .I-a v.nl.r slceb i, .. in securing Ithe [cat a as thuaECe of liiJ caiminty, aniL
here sic to m a l [ in i 1D., accordingly arr,-tc.i IcCormiclk. the pinoerioltor of the
allen here since two mud,, i-l" cii a rush article amecg Ihein, ra rinet Ir.. quarry, William Lift, bhe foreman, nd Charles la ,
ow inlrcalsr a elan.. price i-f bo.,rd ,rid..ir-uEly' Ihe blaster, who -.( e, detained to awaitl lthe action of the
We- hae no dur.t Ibat lbf.i-art frozen regions rf lii, Cc-,roner.
om'_Nrth. and Ibc melds of oebcrfs, ,riflcdt down towards tlE'.s.-,PMc-. m ruci rTv -We see that mules ar i
rAiY usfrom Ten i L i eogiulroluced to some extent into h clty. toIn take
ml, Apri 15, 1854., raThea'tilsu ; c c o wn.rf Ii L.-,rO lieplc.r Ir her,-i. The epecihnen iwas Irkd firston
eredueingblast night. a tde himr,h e 1of ,l1rI edsp.-,itlly winhlic bireceenm,, lb.'Lbhlhcavrnue raltroal, s:ad .As fool.3work so
tre during l fromt night. o imor-abomf pr t es d wihd bisee o.u,-wluo c-lt Ihat the .' sth avenue are also ,., naccgtona*e
a express tain fhromm iro of Fr,.Ja., n. -,fit he risd plnd been blr)wiu hem l I',bl.,r h urespon thon e ,eide s t inf-.un
in hpie Us for h'ciP' cwo In, safrom th.- icebergs, tlI'r
,p l .y lSI o, er., ncg wl o .i mud it ticed to ie h tuu ueofle Lma Inabout
c-ky r i c cii c loan, titledd ctoeper.Mdhe"am S of a noulher ncat.re. and although tbier
o, ,s B cag r enr n ind t did n or-uli, nob a. it hw e ir ithi ipearau-e is not ruilncr cIlpeong a tihat o f a ine sNpan
e-Okes, tTC. bruor,il in i term oineirig iin.l, ,th a -itle fotre, ofih.mes-nc--ii.o;i noblsofallt doms'cco animais-yt
,t: STO U X E T(L b ail inio t l ,gin niug in th e ufl~rr wto n a t fo,,r Iel a r e cheaper, ]a ,%t I,-,ng ar. and w orl; rs w ell. W e un-
ALI. April Ir,. | oi,, Li'k u .i clerlco rtd fling l t a nco',Irate rate ti c ara eere llac r d ioriOU Je)ll. WTe We-
dul thece- r illea r o 'lock it thicken I. ni from ten ,es lant .liynare l .OriOutd frin c- S .i b n I Weak
.1 tin-'? s-:ico--ne Bil.. eIL '- ir, cdl rtill dvifhl itrr-gi..1and it.-irmL uas it ,nbi'Ven ite n b ,hii h. th,, rarlhhibd n.io.,nmnf. and one
te ,o,,ner H]uron p/.',,.., ilg isi hmblc sit reg,..d nd.',rcoil Wince, whre-. rit tw.o trips .n tIre ticIts rcuder them 'erv docile.
vor from T ko Huron pit~l~g ,r I- '.IIIhend '=,;.,,r ii,i whittleo,'.ro
fortune, hark Badger .c, c ulrlcd in ibe mer,'3Ic lElcmrl-tU tlcB ti.rc tic ii ,--Yeileril-se' nc-relnar about 10 o'clock. a fire
Ii-il-nas lit 'fill there rul-ilprobably have barn ;el! I brok,,oui ;n Thet cltcitureuinaormariere oi F Ve.,r, No.
nd ptolpchl.-r Forest tii unchteupore ,,riIlel, if no,'.una-I al,,oIlie i'arc on i 74 1,ifthstrect, antdcauselab-,utl i0edamog". Theloqs
icCe lilautand Thun- ,,,,,:5,, matcspg tn (at th e cl,]s inli,,.ticnt ad partly cuver-d b inaetar-cu.
-, ,n .on lhberand in r r, ai.' uit tha lti.. lint I tli eatni.0s v iey Imilar 1 A .l, occurred at-out 4 o clkck yesterday morning in
ht ,1il .ul, ]lcl, onl ..ir nitun],.iial ,lenlievn -aId nhtu ti.e rot.illi stry of house No. ]j2 aunctr A whlch was
I..Il.,rt ] M. t, ni. was brl icled lin..er .,f tlii 1, relt lisusrhed oflerlanmage to the amo-int of 13 ).
'. s 1.r ait, rnl '.,r~tialhni
Ir.- .r .I ,II... .i,i[ r -. a re en- f. il .n uhrruh }.c .'P OI T,WOa I 4TAT4I. PterO saeONVITS h waing1 -


I.-L, P ,,',tnl C. I [o ib.[ ,.h *u|i ,.d 11i al u matte lr pIJu e, m-unhiitigh hn sir o~ll. ofnr ;- nela ellatIu f tK 4 h
':,un,tll --Lnll.U ''iis ,,i: m ,ltrp, n pi n,.ii inet Tn,,w t nr.h, , bB.n cfnO W r mo Al e t'aa.i'.l-W e ha, ed areler y anno sonsd
-li, 'tlee--.,,, r ~i,,, ''rc .1-. Ih nuw 1.1m dee n~ r~ ...v r. ,In ccncc tcon un i l a n gat e of' anry Boflin n ne d to leolra
el r,, ip,.'] t.. mm, i'11d -hI f in cuincaclc ra, o,,r. hicri(on or the attempted znurdierer officer .e., border
npg the oiottttturric lute 'eu-v ,e" h ae we are infomed ofl tharei lcal.e from od eere Phld.
[,,'1cte dice. l1same ecret cutitle the ,eren cii icps, while .,n the' mussb nod when within ten miles of Au-
,:. Apr il I, T al. '.~ c, ,,:,inl ,1, h a ,iesuedg gale o ,t lcinc. ripp uc ilid iiic" -r i ho. it 0 l h > ilcac the .onuLtrer dtaf t T w h t c ar



T3, I.\pcill |, 1.r51 [J' tri[, 1110 sin r.,cni,,i in.tgnet go a tsnn( pfwr,'. t h tin.li no Ito,~a~ henuppober teof tl Tcywlnihnhecar
cr..ni 10 .ul. ni,,i in nci' ic.t [rots u ruc rp.-. c' teinc'ds. They h .ere bu r-rl lpr.ishaeled and handeno~i,
i -e Prc,,cdc-n- ,:,f th, m, l,.i -.,,i ii, t'aic Y,.elermcc tsl'" nlag a uiid I,'l slsi no Ie-nrc scs'.P ,nnterlame',t that Itn ua fteeeig thet
,.L rhnrIrlcii I- n.,h-I're.f i met eceoce acl lis,.y.ir-tne ellt~... mvould e tn i atemp-t to escape o oon after leaving Syra-
,lin,- cccii hw;tilr n ii;,.tl.h L lhu, a ,..,f,,co. ]i,,'hie.e. rsItScie, ne.of themrseigned Loe.'kce dclarn to ih e eoluse


oln iiniln l ,h.ni e .i.,, ,1 o urMPt be duibr loo .- l '^h rt,]" tt t.u .: r a^ '. ...n l p, o teb l ,b,
marl l3, a.ir l ru l -tI- ic, hth l t lti.e.r of .r'nu t ,l 1n- n1 ,1I l,,rr- uht ic nToue au oeiring. ol rad cilheing hm notevnht,



; ., C'.np .lciitatu lrli [?a*-yh r i\lf,. Tu ii, TiCai o~ ailierii t tii tu.ling hifo a ioe asetl
or- andt, m.iu m, i, io o- i-e Sel t ihf t cs i h li I e redli, rh i amazanRi that it nuns. a re prebeace to gut beyond bee
^, acid Ncr (ide ii. Ir, cal cc 01 h -ch i eb, | rol theo coj the Il Tlfeir n, they n.lisg haald uad ti-
ci,'r Thi, aid i,= in +li nse ,!ay i itnhenet opioao tsons lie ,],sdid tis, 0.t.ther unhero the stor,d, icoon mo-enidic of the car. and
,I, oreti- 'able O ,rul. s r t ,e ,tr rla[... sr Ct OLJ i, eiusin i.ng a zonne of work. h,.- brienicn on tic oppo uile sites of Ie adjoi ning oar.
icr ., tO,,. sh I, ,te "fh ,b-re a -atk nI-,cc op., ii to .
O,,l vi l' a ll-O I*h s- toaedl, to fl.colt ltln rrn,,l.ala ,bey rtmal.nled ut a Eb cnrt time. whe,,n thetck luna s1ai.
~d. b-cic..mhlet neneu mm. lt-iIti. cochsoh c.: I~e lilt h ,ttcr e, cd Soon alter, as 'the craot was going at
t ,, i" i h, I iie .,inhlereh, v rate of thirty ma1es an hoar, they toth spread from,
tittd t=. L ',Hbe crtie O,'[ri uc, id plc ti q i h rr:,- no. thc care outI rdlledl orec t Vceeal tines on cha grount.
coraillmc-u',., I) bco i-I ben ceicnm i'e. l.fuceins lifih- i h si enr.iog iI, sracag for the be-l ropl., b,,t
i'n lrp lr t hcriln tttaThinsor Lt a uher lie. t her-e Ii -J'.l frtoen oicie unk1can ic-'i cac. either Ires cIa being deLaniisi
(--cr srl'inr. it m]'-er- 'ir, ic-,i' '.rlind cL,c oilnsn h.e nre s ic.' a ro t,) .is. fitmisa d;h5ot fc r am on i cu t roofof seas, it would
dvc~temettlonr ln it' .,coul c' CDi I- sonfgc theft '-.1,-:I.,,I nrut gae cthe erd c, fcenanJ 'l t]|i ,iii engneer ta ctip,




cc emavnco t an C- ii rii] il. icin: of c~ l .ie t N*i-.i .i .1:- i~I. l.t i r. I. 11 eu -I Ite a,.n o'b rf t in eifl rtl,,tl lis ic(- cr- n ttio~ a~ sifr ed ta
:.ial,'o.., for .i i ,i-, .!..,,,t-,,.m ,f e i ctilr | wlnt.[ ,.estr, rlgo in I'i ,h Il trel c1 a d reuctiehd the lr.cn a c rbtl that the tarn .,r,
Ih sn cu-n,,I' pmecri -hi..htr~gtha.crng rt,'r, oi New .Jvr,'ry the kubrosight to stnan I tc]l. Th~ie nmAS4 nc, et, ill-~t iull htiar
thel o;-ror D,]le 5tcm ni.nh" [,rhps, via ir,Oi c-.inirn than It "ii, hc'r- iuh, h ~fI r,.,lrtntIe.ult l ,t
-,mracE Compa 0 ,, tllcr-lro.c-dJ n tili-.D a; Lh, 'lt,.wn 11l1 incroco,. r'nsic hih, c on optihLe'a bLmr.nlltl in r dt'og c e.c.
,0,)., i F"C lr ot M i5l +.1..c', I-i'll. wir e p, nl,t. i,c rrei im ti n i, cr t-,r. -... .l i t, Cnr c up s od ot h irtn: lhn e r Term .
I., r the lr iei;n 'c t TI..- r iclcrc trim ii fr,,.i N'c +" i a t s cnra n cs p' tn l itre tuie
achilcar Lii Ic I I-ic Ci, ~ck 5 ms5ledace~l (i ilvi it1 s Ie n~cd ccI Inl I-s rc, l Is IahuIC ie be1tics ,c rt,.errMm.. a I;' octIn.,
h',:.runicorn oit 1ii t ini ,ch-u c s l ic e .. ,ltall. ,,o ]hHic], r nrm ,t t ne '-y -car'b roentral hio,.rs an-I uo' tlei nl."l,',,ItL' ,-.,, a ,ir
Th, hor" et .,~lin l~~ldfru hr.r:il L,.vt J I~z b:tt~w tJ -,, carochlee[ ithi, c l,. ue-ct o rnl th =isticc t, i mum n kLc,sio
u' maS ein'bt Or nte in,-Ire du..1 .at ml, r,' .,i- ci,, ulhir,,I cU ovuorneru icoour their e-ictae nb, inins-lia'elv c~--
Ina 'si-I rl,' r t'SI,. delr cc i-li'-l N-or l,l.i- th- .iw E It f, rb, ,] a ccti ntm a~t o[ 2,5) for thelo appceise-usiona ud ,tel[very
- elttta1. i-,'rou-,hlya' macit t,,c -air,.trd "ie I., cJ-rn fi un t,,e an) Dhc rc cmi the ~t.its. Ws- arm. alsO ictormar that,
n o; .i.\m li hb. 1t1' i,!,.aroirly the ict, rrotut.,,s to lhe aims Se hoIng ,is L.c--I m the fihcc'rltf oh l'ena nelr county Ia, ,n L,,UditJOn offered a
ogrmcrhILur-i] roleraliens, Ii,.' ."' ..u nr-+.uictitci11'am tIutpi,rhen~oon.--A+kul+Jaurn.ra.o~ll,~'I4.
I,.ll from tii-, cop ,.. ncccL'fre-, 'Ira i'ROTLi 'T nl(' tl,_r a "L-'+. ,tis l
sod th, inrcis pamsc'' .\ im~etir: cii thr c .r ,,1:it, mic ti.,, mc .'i~ oart',,i ,, u"(-'IO k tm~n'~a e m
P ort: tiftlr n.tri,il wa ii Is s, ax n l~ it '. i T, le sti ntw Cr.-... 'ata e m
-Ires.,-'. i Iy c h l'o ii Ii -I ctro. Ii- 'ltC r'--a In-i ri)d .- ..... i, th I I.. te r iw. Juatmcc- lO-leyv al tnad ,lU'Igs' ['usc, tlo~w~ocl








aeltF an1 oie In W~hlngton... 16. a trump card. He knows upon which side his bread ,"Yes, with pleasure," said the President.,1 I don't exactly om nd, Sam, but I suppose right tobold real estate. Poor Turks and Jews 1?pity that men,. nd afterwards seriously, and witlhan extraor-
Wss O~sD.CApil13,854 i buterdandmony 'In 3soplenty ..o 1 Yes, with pleasure,' mid CoL. Forney.. itis one of your=sni oks oltIt as" adyufed' w ht"al hnswere doneaay, s- fl ?,ry prverance, for a ob! 1, to play upon a single
WASpItGTON, D. C., April 1, 1854. afford to ,o throw Name one." the President, peciauy the everiashng covenants, andheoprss, and spring, ( hefourth,) the beautiful variations of Meynt,
To T" EDITOR Op THE Mn LL inaMiw insitph ithateanyt ofm k oe ca blle." W el, then C 1, Granfdtn is one" maid the PrW !,Let it pass," said Forney. adoption, and t be prophet. Thi is a nagoorprogre.s tier, cnat.Bad rer the foi mr mg s of the am tr snt
TO BB DITB F TB H~l.D. away the chaucegi to mnake a big Pile." 1-- blme Went. te01 "Theni I OnBlsheFB-uppowc you consider theo late' elections in 11C~cetDaio~r~njen ~l~eIh0. D, an V~ Ihch ac aIogUn h geta i~
V AN'o w lB oli" or qW flu il u nrdd Bided ." That ",W ell, Colonel, yo a e e ra tc part y- -a ble sse d de t The p o c ni e thw t e t n therefore stand ba eo Tarks and Jews a nd L l ha thn h yan d ich, for a long tim , the great, -st violin lts
_jstu u a polie n e which r g t fr om Fr net 'ere doyou au c\-et to go when you die ? Col. Grandin one," said Forney, eagerly. New Hampmhre, C onunetiout aridnd ude ula a Od. angels, for w e have i alre reaty anceas o the intelll- the m r.telhain t hteir e inspu ta at ed nI ul toe tin told un-
or urwoundupapolitenotewhiob 1" got from Por ,:TnpS Sattyecon roe BnL we -shailfrhvfoedy toethe fhes p< ^ya^s, Mr. Preshdean, leiateaPoyoucjoleno
-m ey last Saturday about anoon, reflue eing m e to h ope .- dvlp I n o r d ure an,. . .lon g ai practicable and_ one question w without being considered im pertinent." ,W hat halve th ey gott e do w ith m e? L ook w hat gr e f o.e pe e h nt r u h yuWhat next am ong the fam ily inci denots? W h ~ o e S c esdertaking that het. hline jest accom phish ed with do m uch
; m e e t h i m i n t h e p r i v a t e r o o m o f a c e l e b r a t e d o y s t e rp e i h m t N e v e r s a y" a v o t e t h e y av e m e I f y e heo s the n det
ir V 1 poIf-- "Asawy"sadGnrlPec.the peopleo-af*the St ites It ilvswpeey onta.Sm unrd n hosnso h se co ,.nndehct, laev~0 .b Wn~oc
rcellar that evening at half-past nine, to take some die. 1inllm, a' i bl y andtw ngon bi e Al- ]"'Idn doulotnmy Fon iety. pray do y nn thin? befo, e nt,." sud tie President. darkeys are running away to Canada yearlO, and .I.. in b;, life unter very curious circumstances. We wilt
oysterand have a talk. I was there by nine, I ,. e n. I.-tmy.Iyu h u e ,'o l,: th iy wld ,rsidedogechas, ada urseletsoand erwhichW ar n
w e n t d o w n st air s a n d a k e d a m a n w h o w a S o p en in g fl|,, w.. S i,p p, ,Ee l t.. d ,. s u l c .L. io d] .ll - iup lic. o I, lli.t w h ich I s en t I t o i l t.: H %It .D ?" il?" ilnd ty h .y!" D id y o u ve r h e at O f J e re m y th eolog ical in stitu tes in th e ni o rt h ern St ate s Is sai dto *h e raryo f ,, r in .r a t a - ], andit p raved.a t
oyster if CoL- Furney was around. Another man he dloes play d ftn... hilllt.-ur, np.iopo lip wat -- "O(i no, cert.l.inly not," replied tlae'Prejidett. Did liar?" ,have contributed $20,000 the last year to aid the run- so i...r.slt,- ltohe-auu..rm d all.! in.s eoitlnt.1 ofuohfers
came up, and says he, ,You want Col. Forney, eh? to have . We all have g.it I" Mst crt.til nolt," ,liid lure. "No; who is he ?" sways in their perilo exit to Canada. Now, what is ,In 11,3 Pngarnmn wb,vi i,,nr,bi,- all l rr.pe ,ith
ae pan ase,"owntCLoay e vllittl weat nlr,\F- li-clnEe .9 frn is Iltil-ri^t, Iilbn nder-r.-l.., muy It, -actr iN D-it in IYou remind meof fim In V.i r polti.-arlcoi." going to be done with this domestic institution? The l, I u..a t.' L,.ie.....,. a,.:.3mp,iu-.d, a radl.
J reckon you are M r. S am G re en Tt' nt ll right an1 i lw iin s r elf nrfi anc tcnj d .ni ,n "i r t nd er t.,d l u y hvl tor iir n: t in I d don't k now H im ; l hp 1ut o o, r e rr.gt o e d wl his trn u n The ] c. r. ie~h an .J t.'h% tio .:...T, r .u,I| rr hl .d a re adl -
in h.~ n a Bhi B\, iti ei r ht ivt # ft Just go outside, upthe ste] ,aud k uo.k at No. i h,. h is n" .h T he l. Th,,il th ingI I t n lto e m I wrilti. Y c-a in ('..- I. a -i>i. l,,tc, I now himFprettyweleby? lghasktnsw ered Po nseuent.y/r ight. more To andel sa eites an rt yepr sents- gen g l' arrl.1 bDoinlertol Pagan4ingat here T g ho
Ith e second d doo r y on c m e to a nd at, 3 for M r. Co F ro nk tel llC l c slilct t, -i, lic M iA R t ling j at in. ill'] a li int. lie 16 b ld ih I L iathe l tterthl at I, ks tl ngy Bwte Fdr co sequnnh h emn .o' d legtttand Sep te ls ,,inr e.nt r d th e to
7911." I did as directeI, and One ,f the< mos-t polite fumally. Only the other day John A oKconuor New "The ri .l 1l.,II ttla,16 be i. i 3 ." J l..,u,_ '.y. n y, leering at me. whose power shaU overbalance the other ? The great stride between the n orthuer outhiranps ise-. to ,e a le t.e nteredthed r teC o.Prdu o
olorg ant reme an that eu t it anserercd 01Yok, m ai r.n here. The lrLhidenl had nrm up here, e C.,l.el 6rinndnt" ".,!n may I go, to sleep pit your bed for an one p for territory in order to ear ot the a rcendeacy. gathough lreaa Ii ariijto iatd tihe mar.ile table when the
ttt i i er ad lk h rd"fit "ibo hd.e a brickbats Weld M, I .\ M l.t, l ,n,]." i.I tt r.e l'rS heI t 11D %% Mraln a ta d a t thetmarblsedhebedenty
coloreditteenhtlemenusetivtdeI he- itnitelfdcanot q1aingsound efta,. lI .r-. is atteh 11sddenl
"bt tc a l b a d J h rc n n as i a l1-. sha id n d ] o. fe 'u o l l'.. ,,fU .V " n m t o m y l a k t e s m u s i n s i stand, yet that m axim Is ea sily dl 'p.1- .wed .-,f as hav ing JI~cM, Lie rearin g. Faizan id Io iel i nirthe direction
my sumons. ,,Are you :Mr. CaK y?" aked I. at lne. nd hiierd .lohn Cnchi-une wast i 8 a0h7u1- ,And prayi who[|NIl.I .. 1 ,." Forney. t ..... been done away when apostles and.prophets were rejet-. vhinc I r,.cr ,cd FhDii loo.d.Iknd belield a man with
"TheB identi,Bl gentleman to whom you allude," ton. Wland aslidwnt Mr.hamCCn theelico itlnwtat so?"?, -" Tel i," -Cod p Jack wh la ,. Ml t ,l~ l rit.! "Yes, yes; you are a prstyvpair of turll~leaT 8 lend. n Cua, orhern exeand the Sadihsan, ,lIca and pohetwreet. lc.r,:r,achedlI..,touD e..~ in t.v .lifdeainan ~is
"The ideulrti-0 gentleman to who yo allude, 'lmnClJac;," :jrJ I"r Pl.'il:l.OL "Yes, yes; you are a plretty pair of tuirtles, and ed. Cuba, Northern Mexico, and the Sandwich Islands I,) llce Ond F'n.-lwdi ifLure., 13-1A,11 F~ ocfteffring; his
jarid he. "Wy Johnl Chrmrwaswt-er inthat, r,?" ,,m ,n, "Tell him, oh yes," said Forney, and he pro- can lie together or singly, as many worthy people in together with the Canarias, must be annexed--Spain, dlaq I@,B d icd L but c!hc. n notin: ut al this misfor-
"I hratvoanoloeri'nm Col. Forney requesting- LckWtoi h entC Trn rn alint. e ne xtroom .l- nl eeded to say, "ca r. l hayklsand usey ta writa for, this town can bear truthful witness against you. France and England to the contrary, notwithstanding. nIL D '-.e AL-,,Icni al rAthe-r tlhthe u( .equences of
I UTOBnopun rii ~ ci ^ bd to him went Fr ifl~and. .-ild llint h) -jyL.JI[.I-.L I ceeded t0 sai,,I Mr. Shnln ue tD writer-. get on or into the same bed. I will go out and face StUil, Brother Jonathanl's motto s at &al times non- t-ce Whin The liie~iip lrt- brii hd 6o,_i,. hiile air he
--Indeed; hare I that Gonor- Mr. Green, I suppose, ly he had Laub'oolcd J.,hu MyKuD." -. .,tutecouldn't_ writeSam's k Ar nu a walk, and yon had one of you better look the door itclr treer D..s. The same rolls flippantly from the lips of h011 ielayig, ber t,,,i a n. LeSoly rcara.- m.the tables
Very glad indeed to meet with so distinguished a dII TllIt waawktvar.l.'" '' ,al-crat while he taken turkey by. the throat, (.1 the tofi.d eintk bt hatand,, h a rew- a vunsd.
Vory~oninncniieeL BIU BOaisn~ui~iei u Awkwaid? It was~impradcrit:liit it giv-.'m.'fl Br,?.l I observed tlho President, looking archly at me. inskide.l"am"Bi h rsdet adBy ht120000o e ubet eieaaxa oarbf pontrnii-.rol t h
person," said the accomplished Carey, bowing very deal of bmth'r to L .-p ck'lit-i finding out the I II Who is the next candidate' (o "Thank you Iindly, am," sa idlmi'aht, th. db Pre iIe..nt&, the artist
deeply. "Col. Forney hasa private room engagcl ,"They talk of the Senator from Key West," said "Thank yon kindly, Sam," said Col. Forney. ettle more trouble in the hhen. "_ edhe "r ih aE. F !- farig to
.ed dublegumZ.Fran a- 1-E14-ArilY they takeofidant.tnex ? Ilitlemov trubleinth kiche. my roomth longrerb A ithanttvr.1 iuteand- t
ilp sar n be i for t ,1 4 i ba i d 'T Ii,.r k .)III 11 bell] a the President. I was absenf trom my room longer than I intend- The Indians (filthy copper heads I) to be finding fault l.varr. tht car i1 try hi,; fr.rtuue el-....hcre, and already
gwo, witr.tn. c ovrs ae lo be lanidfor twotofly, fa,.te wth dii P;, f IL-- `.rY. I.. Yes. Ney We1t," said Forney. ed, and when I returned I found that the democratic when iw e want to Christianize and sayete their souls. Itis n the box that waS It ,-)cve ih ,olv n oI.,r, ed, when
twotir.nGreen. Of course it istanimportanthaff.ir. thing. If I no n ill, )r hl[m. nd ,,1Whydoipeople suppose it is him, sir?" twins bad eloped. It was 11 P. M. about as provokn as it was to the chaplain on board a apersonof]'iraoge oal.Feirancecrieate.Lideily irom Lid
W ullu follow'me?" I did so mechanically, ano rih d e .ldhave 6b,,en "Oh, Idon't. W him, Forney why it can't? THEMAN'0WT oxINATA n PIBER04. Cnard steamer,,w.enttheshiphands were slow to come, seat, andl,-tbrutvyng a ord,..ok the violin fr...mthe
WItho,,tobservation. When we reached the room I ho lcld .?II "Wanrigtin, Sam, by the li.ck dri-.r, bethe Senator from Key West?" said the President. Yeh all rom_ to prayer, one Sunday, cried, "D-nyou, why don't you bands ofthe ,.,ruin'.tim.lenal pbnd r eno.n tefourth
foundoeverythin.Dien. the only indfpendint ela,-rasf ibep.pnlati.,n. But I "Key West! .said Forney. "Oh, no; heistoo uorident 0ftherLon th e s, on the State tion, hallisued a timely and most solemn protest to the prayer ofena srigof toe -)I I themo begatinidniiD. ieaIii,)i ni
"Thueere) is to bea supperor two. nl. ow let's have our oysters; and here comes my re- much occupied in attending to the vast and varied poubUaoOpinon In the United States. general government that In their scramble for -l.r.Ak. Pr. I,.:iiul "fhb [.rfLons .preiut are al..ii,hed, ithe qie .
"There is to be a 'chrcMd supper lor tIro. n. (.pacted colored friend, Mr. Carey,' interests of his very large and extremely respectable [From the London Times March 9.] t0 pull it Into pieces, they should not violate Ib.-1r Ba.:red.i l..n ich .:.ihb.-,, I sesma an(aI, hnIrdl\ .td Ihey brr.ihe,
Greenn" said Mr. Carey. Silence reigned for some time, and 'Forney I constituency. Besides, I personally know that he NEW ioaK, Feb. 21, 1854. pledge to his nation by infringing upon Indian terri- tLeentihluiasm it ft its height, wli,.n sr.me one pro
*,,% e up in elegant style; aid for tw o honri; ftr- wholly r, ,. u rilingh~ uliheyel-sgl hc ehv olng heen prepared to sesruglewhih e braeseo- WlwanxPrasehlbbaealready teIb 161: dlt A.1t01 winitt eunlro.,adthstm
Invite," and I spelled otcoF.rynte"Tk wa~rds Foruey drank and I smoked and he t(-ld ,bratac il' ueriarticleas' Ii the Iawn.' ive,'an lua:iaand ,, ihe r e peardt sebe frasi uh butfmlyIff o.Eorcysntr Ta is, ti n1%.f u e baicoac, e The fo kngomuhautail matters, buit as we fily,. ane .er ftl .111.-61,1yito- L]b@a,, h poorairtin~ ht'sb
c a t M r C a r e y a n d r e a d t h a t n o le r r y o c an o emm. r en itou t gobe r s pt h e f amhl yh n .b y olt F oL ,', "v a.d,, P ,_,: . ... en b no mg .,t : .:. i i
asid 1 M r. C arey thanked m e for m y p oliten ess, a ad lc, r plu s r thiev rs, tha n I, I D m y n ew an d L et.r- -'ha tl e A uguat,;i -.- or Cl hiai lv i Ed i d- i, r, a i t t ,',i;.'iFa,ad F railu eandail vh\w i ll ab roa d, w e r inl w ind u p by s saying that, after the edayg of (rar. erar t .: Of im.c pM, a gi.T&I D ]M Lr L wh"Paga rbnl,
,tht].Itv p ind0rtricns. fh n 1,,li my new a d ,1I'eth..ITCrt3 lg ...IneIs,..ui.ningoind? In eh.urningo fitheTatsmvwe estotrningandthereignng ifpastwe;lok fourth rignloa-m1 uur t.. p,.,.,-mric- th.l-.,.,, th- ,,pan whLD~b'h
look a seat and the note. "Does it not sayoyste,'g? comprehensive phlaobophy, over dieamr-ed of. hi s ,w.u wrnti itei] ad d ie aiidd-d. I I- W'i.1,11 le"ll tIh'Ih,.u in t .he i.fu .]i[. anI. o.iL ,rklories im whoseright it is to feign in peace and righteous- -tLi. i,.t .rhdint bad iuit plav.J,. and h6 par-haped ItL.
Ind nothing in itabont a P. ,r, < shey supper?" Mr. Fornreyii pe cd-l will key that oflhim-l-I'ol. For- yes.t c Pr,:. ,;.litti p,.:-le,:l].r,'.mll:rf,, qualj|; .,Ili.el,.rr,,l. ..Jr.r.,iraL.rc.. ..ILl nI 1....- cnllhJo sm hes nes. 'i n (raura vlt ird, in 1 l1^, r6ul ,I-.e1. wh., wai tthen
I ney isgieat open i hose suhicels. Hi. i pg ;til at thre nanme .I L.ttrr ha b(.: ln ni.:ilJ]..rd-." iL i h, h ,ill ,.n tll..l.h...It ofill,il,in l'i...ru. ,, d.Jeopor I c.nl-"i l r, iart ,feage, i.L,'.l fta a .,r,'r *,b r,-M. Gur-
)nrey smiled, and asked ir I uandratood Latin. iLe WV dlteHou ,nd Ins haitr ;D C, l'h-th i i.'iv es \VgI Mr. Pi,.- hi.t,. I ha.t ict intn,.-i,'h tu 1 i nn .,-,t;,..uT los,,:. ,i.., iic-r.J uI.i in thl. t,.-..ma 01' c u.rpeo- E lw ln Forr iet as a Tragedian. cILur,i ;,. i .IT .Lr, t Ili,; c nlHman, fHall O.f a.Imati uo
"What ha.that gotto dowith oysters?" hin a gr eat chanm e be well t rro
those interr.atng topics of dik us~lon, wo,:b .tire, hard (O.I amh1 kuAwi.'.,[.L- tIIIdittl 11", M.h I |,' li ,l-. ,i.l..rl. i{.Iisc t.. -a]t,rn ,, th,- l, A,I 0.-, iV.e-.l.M v ~~hfelt' With a friend from Washington, who had come to Go- I I, rII, It1'.U1 3Vid.n,fntth e FA. i,1,t M.ed ang to him
"Colonel Forney is a very learned man." m ,e6 te~igto] ,I ,at fI) n oyster supper ,han to a hold u, al.- thlt 1.1 tt..1 1h.,1 11- %.%% i,' ,b,,t [ d')-,'t I-, II ie. hi itr fo r.[ t *.Io-.I C I ,D.- f --1Ihe [it lt,h u tliru them on a flying visit, to escape the air "of politics and NT %nI hasd.w s ctakeI .. e .lu c. ._,u.it lb the low 'ofrIt.a
tBat, r.arey, whtg hasthat o t lU dowai thl oy s selct nd h o nieecr of Sunayeaet oth l L,,\rd II t[i il,- klo '..~~iid-. llt.:[.r "r .t ,, ii. K l .~.. c1, ilciin atrl~r..>,..n.lvi.l~ fe l nemeninh ngfri e sar Ipathiinton to thacoe Broada flow froI^~s who^ wlistne keep it ^.lm;ays lnenoura~e
M-46 int~~~~a. I e~~~~l in, t~~ilia, Is not felt for France, bravely and generously as she i asdwsctmue.)ri-,thI.fnt.
!,nM.Ciy hthsthtgtt owt y eet a nd.chic eacrdh fud aytreamdehors of tmorn- a[IIt,-- Ih l d[,,I' hd1' h -)l % ," fen3 -..1n11mmhaoe. .-u'd "P-, Jhe
'IrII 41"111."roy now be acting. Politicians have sometimes atterapt- ofnmn nCnrsIpi ii oteBod lwfo hs h itn;ke ta necuae
t dr ..I I I t1 w or upl se h ioh sides of the water, to stir up some hostility theatre to se Forrest. We had both seen him before in -.l., rir,,. .1 h l.e,
"Oysters am good to pump with. Mr. Green-Gr-r to ing before we parted, and when we did so, it wag % \ ii, ,ti, _I, n'.141 klnow all at,.ut bI I. between thtwo great branches of the Anglo.Saxon race; ised-nI(-r- 11hatr, rc[l' ,.nru.T,,ioi -ly Bqiv;e.itht--,'lhil.aln
yff~r8th.WegCoo.Fopuyor.i, a room .Ind with a promise to be at myroomin theevening,to What? Speak hi nnme so aimlythe gro but they lhhve most signanyfailed. It is all a vain work
ifrWitb. W~ben Col. Forney or.a a o et me know if anything new was stirring. By American author,, Charles Edward Letter, who without some enormous provocation, and I might add, .1 We found the house so much crowded as tax make it e.i. I wiUll fipct almyh life.bud |..,ayr iben I shal play
lov.ters, somebody is to be Etu~ed or puniped. three o'clock I was in my virtuous bed, and I con- comes here occasionally to arrange matters for the series of provocations, to disturb or interrupt that difficult to obtain seats. This theatre, as a metropolitan DF"1 L. it.Alfter Pa.anim, I shal bae h taken n.,; pid.-o
T'he miller don't see everything that floats by bi3 fc-f it T slepitlate. rin,] did not go out at all during* NEW WOMK HERALDad and London Times, and writes ,deep flow of spapassesfromEbes England. Fr nce r.tn should. et t.t fou ea ram.." eir- ie h ,a .h r^,,c.refu
-t e da. B1 nielb.er, ulirhtt m..lsie~bu thepowrfulleadrs o.boh thsetpper i.bside ,Ipattrwhih a
)WWl Mr. Green,; and though you are a grcat conr .3. _y y"^ '" ^ ^ UM J ^ Onry!^ u may 'beconvauls~edoby a domsticrevoluin, andtial r gement of 'seats is bad, and the ventilation of the L' i,...a c hkt-bc P.aul;.:!l, aasu. ,,Se to eo:t, onI
UI' M. ree; nd houh ou xea g~atca,'( -juste tvilhglht was verging into dark, I stepped editing the Eveninig Mirror, owned by Hiram Fut-.Europe a bmayCvlebe heaved from omsiatscentre,re uinbut thereanwill lbe house agmnworse.fsasisbd ndte.ntlto f te ~ai h.neavnext, ~ wihe varLatio-agPul o,-.f ,M~yexhoenr,toef W.uthich wen
poodentinyou'way, perhaps r. Forneymeans to quitlydown stairs, intelig togo out and tae a ter, andthe Rme Jut of Gen.George 1.Morris. no deep sympathy or interest in the struggle until the he 6o o ---th e thn. s the .Mer- ,,v al r heh.,,, t ,hi. d t' .u
in. inuate confidentially by ha- letter that you d.m't wak as far as the Al,.xridri I bridge. I had not Why, you amaze lfe, Sam," said the President. The playo our visit-the 8th ifst.-was the faMer- ,it,,- apprlaudthe bosld fe,,ihnellri: t.f r.n hyrung
', e everything that is going on in detail, whi.:h got twenty step_ fr-.m my own dvtwllingbefore I You amaze Gen. Pierce, Sam ?" said Forney. British cannon that is fired in this struggle will echo chanter Venice," with Mr.Forrestas Shylock. A large nor\,l, ind widn tnat mb uf.r the homage `has ren.ienid
S embarrassyou r ope ons, r. rn I1T slatd by n ma wh wal i iding up In: street. a"Well, Mr. President, all I can say is, that if I am from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocoan; and every man on I proportion of the audience, as usual on Forrest's nights, to his memory..
:1, ,y embarrass your operaion, Mr. 'een. Oh I jaltd you nhoiug, Stiin]" to lose my identity in thecrowd, I prefer it to be our soil whose ancestors are sleeping in the soil of Eng- I was composed of the hardy mass or middle class of citi- From California, March 15, wehavethefollowing-
l.,ow Col. Forney. J was the leading barber In 1 I turned n,y head and i bowed it r ipcll- ytto found and used by a * tancawiolfeehowrte firedgh hatith a largeasprinkling oftransient t. OT. ra aed lfarlelh3mvei dra g go. .1 boubat Ihe
]lu m forfiffteenyeara. I have often bad Col. For- the Pre-idcut. He- i emed h,A he, o np t.) thesaide- Them's my private sentiments publicly expressed." thesapital of his own country. There is so muchMrs- es th' rf t rir,.i.c.ltndurio'hb p/tnr.,:kintameThlloa has
Y y under my thumb, and I know him Mr. Green. walk, and piCt IAn1 Ili gl..vtd h nbd. "Srim, I mast "You are right, Sam," exclaimed the President. ,* 'i.,t, I.m i <.1 iriga.l to h al io-f We must be peritte to ay that Forrest's peculiar icritreN,- La -L, nonmbula," and on lFri-ay ev,-
hare a loderngyhmbad o r tl with y.:.u lo-Iight. Waelre ca "The President says you axe right, Sam," repeated thingon thissubject. Angryg pensions are oftene stiheed- Iof ror t;niLe nu ,.ss--f the jg. Ary printeIIr, Monplaie
I.vaacare. If you don't mind he will kill you we go'.." Forney. e litic-ans anddemagogussonbothsaidesgrownoi a Shylock. To win the entire approbation of an audience, siir tr.,.p, ba,,e irc the attraction on be ollernate
.. ac r o m 1-, ou.I a e- "am doou no Jon M~en, f Nwiork",t 'gtThey blV [ro,]u..' thes w,-eiithe LIetalet of
P '!b kindness. Remember-for here he comet." "B.tckto my room, if it so please you. Iaiien- ,Sam, doyoknowlohn oKeonof w York?" loud, and party newspapers and president or ministor- it is not enough to exhibit good acting, but also to arry Giselle,'andtwonewdivertisement,"L siondun
At that moment Forney entered. "How d'ye do, lirf-lyfl yoir digro-l." asked the President. ialorgans rant and raveagainst President andQueen; and its feelings aud sentiments with him, manifested in the Peintre"and .A Quarter of an Hour in Naples." This
IC..-ey. Send up the supper. Ah! Sam-glad to see "It ducts .ull Le; but what can I do with my F ,YesSam$ do you know John McKeon?" asked -Mitchel and Kosauth, and Meagher and what not, aresp he atre is now lighted wxth gas, an s cp y
3 i. What's that darkey telling yoa-what do you J ust at tlii- niicnri one or the editors of a Wash- "ave w sn inaim ,h deeper than all, thene is a sentiment of fraternihy be. cited by the Jew in the earlier stages of the play, when respe ct .R. or a . e r
. F new? I have got any quantity of thingsto tell intn pr cameup the street. Dug., says ,What do youthink of him?" said the President. een toao h in tceyar, healludes o forci tote perection of hi etisa v
--perfecty rich! Are you coming in the Uni'i thp e President, "jut t.ike my horse and lead him up "Yes, that is it?" said Forney, one nation towards the other. It is doubtless true that, lost at a later period, when every movement is converted MUordy einmng. Mari. Ld Mll,. Plby, Mrs. Thorne,
o lhestable. I hate ,m engagement with this gen- I don't want to newer you, for season which i in t consequence chiefly of our being so far off, we have into unreasonable and unappeasable revenge; and, when Mz's Emily ncne, and Me sra. Thim and Cbarles
Sk3ow you are, and Bo I shall talk to yon as one ol|t" enian, and I wall walk hbmreafterwards." have." been little understood by the English nation. The defeated in" this object, the revival of his natural avarice Thorne, Jr are among thl me.tibera o fthe c a praby"
m-. By the way, a great many thing-s that I have .\viith the greate- plcasure in the world, Mr. ""lam very intimate with him. He has a great best of your statesmen know none too much about the a cowardice maieted in his willngness to rtraff v's produced on dn ania. It La goapi
C to toil you must not be knuwn as coming from Preide.nIt. I an but too happy to serve you in any deal of ihience among the Hards,"aid thePre- real feeling of the masses of our people. You misjudgea nd owardee, manifested in his wiingnesa to refire, if F,.doeedon Wedne.dy eening Itiagotn
it. 2y way," replied the ob-equloti editor, whom the Pre- sident. Is so often that we have a right to think so. But every- he could only obtain the principal of his bond, without v.ry g.jdd style, wll n"c.st ot its charsictrS BeU uau.
."9 sident oddircezed as Dug. "Hards!" said Forney. .. body in America reads, in England this cannot be said. interest, destroyed the last vestige of oynmyathy in his years old, hrts mae a'dciedhivi the camhfAnn& uinnrsi
god n bi, olne A Itosa aymg Don't attempt to get an to him. He will throw "I saw him here, and saw you were very t.hic Aeriansufersvodr.gandbetertha EnEisaa
yooerethPesdt.wt iman Ihodiktonowtpoiia understand America; and for the most obvious of roa- aolti~a
"Notneceasaryata]l. Will you utaake anything ?" yon," observed the Presideut. with Mm, and I should lke to know hat Political sons. Our statesmen, or rather our politicians and edd- The world bas not yet produced any tragedian alike The Backus Minstrels are sfll performing at the San
-Not a drop." "Most certainly not, if each is your.pleasure, dead head you are not thick with. There is some torn, and sometimes even our authors, court popularity great in all characters. Francisco.
"okhrS ,yo hve adsoebm-Mr. Pre~idr.-nt. .magneticeinfluence that attractseaPresident without from a city mob, by giving an ovationto some feuOW like r ors swa ewul emahr co.Wie The Bousset Family are about to soil for Lima. Pre-
rLook here, Sam, you have made some aboml- Inaoyouhave led him tohisstable tenlthe apartyto honorable dead heads. John Tyler went Mitchel, but they are elamod of it before the month is ar.tthrdeauistwhaewe woulydterm a heroaetr.hile ttn
Xiible blunders in your letters. You will be better stable boys to give you a drink." said the President, to his death on dead heads. Every old used-up po- out. We look kback upon our ancestral history forthe he certainly fell below himself in some parts of Shylock, and teideparre ,ntheyub
posted now that I am backing yon up. I can keep and as thte horse and his leadrl walked away he ad- linical party hack that he could get into his sup- records of our people, as they existed before we exmited and over-acted hi character in others, yet none can de- mentary benefit. Mrs. Sinclair has tendare.t tho use of
ded, "Whata dutiful beast." art he was after with a perfect looseness. John asa nation; and we areproud of ourorigin, andweati ny his pre-emnent sucess in other characters suited to the Metropolitan for the occasion.
you as straight as a loon's leg." 1W-ho, the horse orahe man,Frank?" Keon counted one when he had a vote in Con- mpITh,,o ebn hie Ing idosa
Prasyuwlbeogodatoexpanwhne~try ,tmrrlcan homeovie air. remanded ina 'our child- his genius of acting. To hero acting he Is in every re- Bb.&and Mrs Lewis Baker, who li-L,;3 amasse~fd a ban,]-
"Perhaps yo will be Bo good as to explain when "Both, both," be replied, and putting his arm grass, hood thatI 1,900 3ear& ago the Romin standard first spect admirably fitted. To a fine, full. well poised and somi little fortune in Califoria, are about reviiiting the
3 save blundered, sir. All that I have writing, air, within mine, "Now come along to your apartments, "Well, upon my soul, Sam, you do talk plain." flonaed en the sucatsoieBritain i'h.-n aracedf bar- modulated voice, he unites a. remarkably well formed A ticside. They hare acquWred coniderat.lepopularity
f be facts" for I have mnch to tell you." When we got to the "Stuffer. I bariine, ,. t-bed in the skin; of wildly blasts roamed physical organization. His large, muscular and well here.
jave been fait." entrance of my house, who should approach us but "Who do you call stuffer," asked the President. I Olr ihl unchlluvated island Thj tre~d .of the Ro- formed limbs, when exhilited in Ibe .proper dresa of & Mr Murdock hasbeen preveutel by indiposition from
Don't flare up, Sam, and put yourself is the Col. Forney. "Yes, who are the stuffers?" asked Forney. 1 man lgionso was then heard on the plains of Africa hero or warrior, conver to the rond'a eye the very performing for some Weeka past. Wearepleasedtolearn,
"jnmily-- I mean keep coYL Yon are generally ,'How do you do, Colonel?" said the President. For- "Forney is stuffer No 1. Icuuldenumeratetwen- a and As&, and the name o.f Rome was writer on image of the hero e Bwalk, look, action and words, however, that beiLafast recovering.
-ight in your letters bnt not in the complete details, ney i knked at me, and placed a finger upon his lips, ty-onettflfers that float in your atmosphere, that the front of the world Nearly two thoumnd years alpe Itoallastheattributesofahero.
ajow about ClemenB and what Frank-the Presi- a much as to day "Shady my boy," and then he ad- are in reality leeches. They le to youIm every way dale gote by, d fuspsto to r a nd0 whpS you ta ve passed Tan be Mroll and acied by Forrnes in a way to c oarry Whole made a very a Bishoepatl irsat appearance.
senat-I e, tepeopuleatindno sarelyem se ofRomehat o tp ass ed on ef sect adactedorsrwithinabwy sto errm. T his e as Misa tide a Hery onafesfirstapearfriganenggmn
Now, about Clemenfsand what frank--the Presi- dad"Quite we-U, Mr. President. How do you feel. and shafpe. They tell you that you arb what, you awa M' er Hponpuiiion now sarcely ecsceud that ia~ of te m sse i[a.ecrulors With him by alorm. This he hasi MJa batilda Hereu, after performing an ongag-ement
dent, I mean--said to him : you did n't get at the By the way Mr. Green, I have not seen you for some are not. They make you believe you have fulfilled I &Wat o New Y ork, while that i land of barbirans haa always done tn William Tell, Msaora, ad Spartacas at [he Stockton theatre, la now pfij ing at -sacramento.
bottom of that matter. It's a devilish good joke, by time-are you quite well?"and he shook me cor- your high mision, when you have not. They tell emulaed Rome in her con,,neata, and nut ouly pLti Brutus, andindthe playofl 'Damon anol Pylnias In these She appeared as Joliet, Mr. Wilder playing Romeo.
_*t a, but Fnks-the Pesideni r Tan-gn nt o diully by the hand. y, on that you will be t be next President, whenyn you. and uurled her standard I u itncLre. quarters of the characters he has nor living rival, Bud hashoulld ]tic to LeeAnd MamhaU'a circus ialso at the capital.
ny, but Frank--the Preident, 1 mean--got out "Wf were just going up into Sam's room, m,-il y)n wale not a living chance, and you will leavlea tillr- tl..bt hich owned the Roman away, but laidherall- them, and not tsueek (am -mn otherrsunsuated ltoUs a.:nnag
~XblsB latitude. John Van Bares was alon with come along, Colonel'? rice an overthrown man, unless you change your nasp.ing arA.l nire.giving hand on lt-o nw n onl-Dlona. The Jewish draee o Sh.lock coneled hi personal F M KDtatill iemamn at the Sacramento theatre.
S, a o- i. 41. __*i ii **ome long, L~j~en ii~eiin .iieruiin 1he uenergy uun~uuiialoror.,hei ,rii,-.n nenrvaNorm mrofihur en..n DeaNorg.la ls uvoice lnbe emphasisloweraedg..odilW reeg..c Latef sennoionImad tion od f orrot hreatease iin te
ees,&an Prankh-,e. PresidentI, men--used ,"\\ ith great pleaai e, but pperhapa you haves-ime tcLrt,::." I pa n ibeenear ,e ary1mld dorqf herm bat ingu.ing bea m in the mire v ehemea n s cenes th..w r inreiior from shich nLibt ee infoer that they are iosed,
14N Northern 'talk, forgetting, you nee, that thing- private'? -"am, stop. Do You know what the BIble say s, an est erv, ah lehas r nahioned unconque red and unbroken h bill in Uhe anaia
.J en te ms Wa sga Southern m an, and listening atteu- "u1& nothingg butwbFatt you may hear, foryonk iow lt l t eal ho av a r t: n b n t ello y -t their bo n a. There are hoe I T egianlt-e.3feel, ItBslUlya ni h .) es which h la aroendeIt ,Ashe a torelter sw hich Mo.e Fores tshouleveroactmamdothermasterywar.be s l n pesarl oci .
* l an-aideh? als.o;"arJwbwentupintoInvittlecribofaplace, y(.u. I know Dny power, and Illite to y.v.ubecauft amd IL .aed of mn and tueoorthrow or mpiie rin. -hih h never cau act--sach, for instance, i don, on the first Wednesday in March,.Bskstonut
"That wus rich; but it don't amount to much. A, soon aa we entered the room ithe President took yon caninol hull me. I shall be nomionted u a nari- cn,,lbd t,y motlh,.ra vlo miake u love too souvenir ur i-Richard theThh',. chair. The,,1ort of the `-Enretary was read, showing
delmen can read the President."et." off his coat, boots and hat, ard flung himself "onmy mon-ly, and elected by acclamation Iu 18S6," flaid the homes of our r.Lgli.h ancemlors, theas, feelings aie tIhllam bens.aid that Ri.hard died with the eldor Ker n the d. cf thz Soc~etv lobe in a higley satisfactory
"lte P dn' hb you don't. My God! Sam, if yopu knew bsd. the President. inlheriied. They aie h leep feelings wo etorain anslM,,heelh wiith Cooper. Had a play been prodlucee condition, and tha tohebenefi b nts or the Aimgy tionshad
wbhut trouble I have had to keep that man respeCL- : :Make yourself at home," said I. -"The President has hit the nail on the head," said lonrls any a ..rt,an d he ofrTe it i ljcst lthe .;pot which Wveih a, Wallace or a Bruce tor E. hero, i tould have svb-n cen erotlid in irerhfl inhaecei. Tne s of umrofW20 had
Sfi a & S . ,B';S ESf -K.; ^ gw&ii ^r^ i, teeK ; i qeuy ofllortevey hn fr^areafrn, a ol] iv el
table and straight, YOU would .pity me, Sam. He is "I am doing so; what the ,eteue did von mix me Fintic y. Ui ~nvtat h ee rTecide fhii anr
eternally putting hid foot into ,,---get~tug into wine tnp i htde uiesfri orlast letter?"' "Mania, by Jupiter." pople to FayTfor the German and theCthin this Octal. a better Wallaice or Bruce ,hias himieff. or ha.d z h A and Z3 (a enable the wide- or an annuitant to proceed to
Yorteof.tew. y theway, how wull youn, lve your "e. What did yon nuix~the President up in ,l.ht is Ihat, ae thePresdent snow famlingheioinda river that aintheme Mitchel, and tishhero, ar na pty;III character, it e.oul.I thb aE.leo d Ameria. There -were batr evenanuiants on thb.,olan.
* DystterB-stwed, fried, raw, roasted, or how?" that business for?" chimed in Forney. "Yes. tell the President," said Forney. Ksnosuth and Bodina demiontraations and all the ranting Forrest. ih rs bold clu,, after battling araiit h wRel b PLsuvticbDmakesn(liepreyserntynem embereuhdandthirty-
,,OOo-never mind the oysters juAt at present-" *" Yo, u know as well as 1-do that It was. all You have got the mania---tIe Presidential ma- ofour slump orators, in Congress and out of Congreas, manpower for nine years. un.Jut CisdiusCerir. wMa one Four members had died during he prst year. d
9 I have to watch him like a child. Hang it, Sam, true?" said I. I De, a sure ra s my name is Sam Green, Jr.'anall the harsh language of our 8,000 newspapers about finally, with his wireand chil,-en, led captiv11chaliD one withdrawn. The total receipts for the year were
have to quietly keep a dozen watching him. Only "1True ; but the truth is not to be told at all times, -Explain yourself, Sam. I don't ndertand you," Englandand againstEng and, have nothing to dowith throughthe streets[ RRome,.yet, unaubdebd,Ihe boIl 1.15S IBs lId, and expenditures E5Z0 16s. l}d. The
I we o I haFdheeareedest row yeaever heard Bam," Faid the Preident. said the President. tIhe real sentiment of the nation. These are the feelings Tefled the Romans to do their worst. Bo,"WLI] Forres, balance. i-ther r-ilh the rormPr Bum, made the pre-
10."1 La"The truth Iunot toabetold at a utimies, as the ..*Explain," said Forney. with which this country now contemplatesEglaBd lift- couldhbuverepeated the speech whichh T'acitn says he tsc.jets7.4f,3 16e ed. The report was moat favor.
"What wait, Co--lonel?" Presidenttwiselyvremaiked," said Forney. ','Well, I will try. very President, when he gets ing her arm to smite the spoier. Let the Easglsh psopla made before thepr..ud Emperor Claudius, oated on Iu ably received, and unanimously agreed to.
remembertethisernd lethrer dematgoguesnavee- td, thi&k the measureerofamyinutoilJe beenonaremeberattisThe ParisoWorldmagoguead ae profitableitheme af fialowss.
Youremeer that blamed old water reservoir dyouprtygenelyradheretothtopinion," ected, thiksheis another Washington Jefferson, bictkerinnvettiveottheselde. t asuretof my success bee answerale to Te Psri orldha hmd a polble theme of d a.
ounntamn &c., in the grounds' frosting the White said I. 1Madion, Monre, or Jackson, and goes in for an- We are speculating upon the influence which the Bure- the dignity of my bIItiarid tlotbegrate,.sa ufmy profs ";on. A gtutieman named Vtimtior married an aotrem
"Hos? ,'Sam, don't I look good on horseback?" laid the other term, as they did. That is the anflt symptom. peanstruggle willhave upon our occidental fortune$. sions,eIhadnowentered thihcity,not as a pri.ner, but named Pug,)--on the state, Durand. She soon nreumed
i ,-Verw1 indeed; what was the matter with President. 'he second is to believe every nlckspittle that en- Our commercial world has hardly been depressed, except as amfiend; nor Woul.d you have disdained an alliance a continued her old babils of diasipahon, being abetted
,Don't bedlook splendid. SamW?" asked Forney. courage that belief; and the third symptom is to for the moment, with the proset. We feel that there I with one sprung hke. myself from i[lu6Lriuus ancestor?, thereinhbyhersmothrr, tmluat lasl the husband reported
EatWhy the President took into his precious head Well, I shantsaynay to either." -place the action of the government under the indi- is no reason why wo should be evolved in any manner in andthe ruler of mnymanteus. ly pIeseot coI,,lion is w0!hi. rthertrog mNorfeofrehan thirteen woundsowere
lat it creAted a Minera, -d that ashewa goigg "1 I flatter myself tha I! astonish strangers ooca- rent control of these lying liekspittes. Oh, you this struggle. Our Yankee enterprise foresees now as gloriousto younbas it ad bumiaing to ayEIr. But with a do -. ofer The ianmmeditenrovocation was
obe here for eighc years, he would have it [Wed ionally. I always ride close to the hotels, and go have got it bad, and I am afraid there is but one roads and channels of progress and influence ifany Iyesterday, and I otesied m, n, hore, armsey n. riche;- s. cou vey ofa I.eter, withoutaddress. butsupo
portio ofhthreneries'iogWestenaEurpeneecwosu Canvyo Wonde Iedi the L melyos rryndor thelPetter, withoutwittentorasyungbWt atanp aohomwh
SItncat the government about $3,000 to make down the Avenue, so as to give outsiders a chaonnce cure; that is to witness the inauguration of your paralyz Our merchantmen are lookingstor a large i If you, Buonos, aspire to uniat intt dominion, d.r it I.e
W, It c to Lake a good look at me," said the President. successor. Then look around, and try to find a Pre- saying trade. Our manufacturers are calculating low that all menmnaml .e slavesi r Had I submit ed 1o fad or Eomeh lime been jealous This Was in December.
'" ". understand." He always does" says Forney. sidential staffer." ,, ", upon a period of florid prosperity. Our agriculturists l you without a ctaughll neliter my onn faU n.r yotr Tbe iria1 took plice last !niurday (the 10th), and tha
aWell. Frank ordered Mr. Breskentridge, the Sper- "That's er-tremely kind of you." Sam, I can convince you that my chances are are feverish with hope, and the prospect of a.BEuro- successes would have been so illustrious. And now jury acquitted the prisoner.
3ntendent, to have it lled up. It was done Sam, No, Sam, it is not kindness. It is my duty to mot only good, but sure. Listen to what Pierce. pean war has driven breadstuffs up to almost fabulous should you resolve to put me to death, my. story ;d' Mr. E. Charley is the author of the new piece, cThe
.nd '" s. d h ePf e nt. Butler tol Me, and it will prove t hat Must|be prices. It has givennimpuletoournavy-andsoa-I soon be forgotten.Preserveme, andy a shll D n o ces and
c h ar g e t h is fo l o fi a t fo l l o w m a k es .o~u t t h e b ih i I h's hi s d u t y t o d o s o ," s a id F o r n e y e l e c t e d a g a in . $ 7 "As 1 h tfriv e a r e a llo u r O ro e mnpr iv a t e c ash ip y ar d s, t h atg e it e t ait s d o u b t f ulfr g t l n e e n l n t n e o o r e e e c.Ca d u s r c i h t e n b e s e c n e r n fw it h d r a w n a f t e r t h e fi rs t we e k .
-stattngthe tpt e idere Ishouldu u I'. That respei'table old gentleman, Mr.Costing, says "Areyouconvinced?" asked Col. Forney.b ether our goyernmersmcan i w siusr es menceeonMarh
Simay-tld him to alter the bill, and have iL read dif- I am the besf dressed President that ever reigned in 'I cave in, Mr. President. Its anowides." f RomEuope.The agents of the Russian Emperor are his family tobe instantly removed. It is said by a Greek Grist (who deny all intention or visiting America) are
sferent--cail it incidental improvement money, or Washington, and be has seen the whole kit and "Don't you perceive, Sam? Why, its asure t here considerable numbers; and it in said on good au- author,"Zonares. and repeated by Tacitus,thatCaraectac8, en aged,asWIIlls Alboni, the bnestcontraltointhe world
iemething or the sort. Brec enridge rerased; and boodle, Irom WmVshington to me," said the Presi- thing. It's as certain as that two and two make thority that attempts are bemg made to enlist men on on witnessing the splendor and size of Ro m xclatmel a b- lashe, Bosio RonconL, Tamberik, Tagluafco and
,doyouknow that I have had to ran from Dan to dent.. ". our. Then, again, you know how I got my nomi- thin side of the water in clipper privateers under the ie"Can ye, Remount the possessors ofalthismagnificence, others. don iraelle Amcdei, as eocondrcyontrailto and
rreeheeawnight and day, to keep the whole tranac- I agree with you and with Mr. Onstiss," said nation?" said the President. govrment flag to mingle in the European war; but it tmivetfoucBritshhoves-. Hamilton Braham, as baritone are lady to be engaged,
t hbnsiotof nd t aytcitewhl pers''P Forney. Sure'" said Col. Forney. I will be a vain attempt. Some few rascals can be picked .The heroes of Dr. Bird's radian plays were godsend as well as Sophie Cruvell. It is averred, withgroeat post-
oddeed doave a bJtime. Bat why did "1,From Alpha to-Omega, eh ? But old Mr. "Yes, yes; but that dodge can't be tried Wee. up in any country or any populous place; but it is farfor Forresto besides their heroic acter, thy tiveness, that Jenny Lind will certainlyapper.
S President wish that the real facts should be Cuni is a notorious flatterer ofmen in Power. He It's old now. You can't have no Edmunid Burke lore likelyhey i will bmadeupe fly o fs rfrthis ntd r Stoi m therein torae bFronParis, March ,12L hwe learn that the principal
re d and a false cement mde by h Man finds out heir wak points, and then doses strong; moving round, tellig abolitionists that .yougwroundatellunghbolieare with t tra n event of theo week Lamo been hhe dinht of tdbe.
p san red republicans, socialists, and renegades who left i tr c nltod to Forreiat's acting, than Rona. In "Pizarro ." m sele eto h ek h s b e h l o a ie
pSeVii had charge of the matter" but you are generally well dressed. When you get them, and free oilers that you are a right, and their countryfor their country'sgood. These fellows, He exceeds aU the Rola's we have ever seen, and in ifts MariDemorei, daughter or Madame Cinti Damorean a
"Oh, hus blamed fooli h.bjes. He has got a pre- on the patent leathers, Bd have your hair so nicely Southern men 'that you are more than right." farthe most part, made disturbances at home from mat-e without a rivl. In this and similar characters he has" ladyh, e it T ,.reaed n o
lipflterousidea inhishead, Sam, that hehus a chance curled, I wonder you ain'L afraid to travel about Oh, no," ,. , *, tivee that would yield very quickly at the sigh, of the gathered his laurels, associated with which hie name talyohpuiisin e eceeo shool at reenen
Ob re-elected again, and, thought that the Ioiawlhn agad"" I am not answerable for what INed Burke said?" money of the Czar. but they are had sailors, and the ;wll descend te the future. .* smleetatteSalad hrin'r romancete yon..'oiVcmitsngM~taheL aee whieh
witnd e^ o 3% 0 w ud b ,rk d u ,a d a guard .wys ak dteP eiet The P r-esident is not responsible," said Forney. ocean belonags to the Anglo-Saxoos, for nobody else hM-*as- .. ,.... was re ceiewith n eJnsl pplause Sheisno itede
aled White House extravagance, like Ogle, o "* Why so ?" enid Forney. Yuasiesilrodnrenwt. e~wedt_______ Tn ,Tht e ognnan o~ffiissMJufi r shewllpopealatc boaed aciitio p Dt hslo yourongerts
Pns ylvania dd,.when he-gave Van Bursa dickens '" For fear the ladies will devour yo. You must stuffed the Southern men, and now be tells the Harmo View^n t^ offf ptvehauae ,c,^,ion o00f th old encebenrrtsca'fls fr heapar"o
]own the banks ubnut the gOld spoons," spend a great deal oft tne in havtngyour hair curled trnth." [F|rom the .alt Lake City News, Feb. 2.] Monday evening in the comedy of the "Jealous Wife," The anno~nmament of the death at Rub;Di has created
**~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~~~~~ Ihy donyn gtolcareSa. Ido'ttee eiesda? tcustomyu oikn somethug. places, at certagotin f seasonidssl otf tacusominhomeplce aiscetMr sasosOf te-aey;/aldyr. CnCon w s~ayo heciaacersoustain natinheo chareaoterc rlofofoo
ffWu around as mueh as yon ought to be, and as l don't have it curled oa that account," said the let letter business by my cowge ctt Nebraska, I yearto have a, general turn up, and clean out in the Mr. Oakley. "Dominique, the Possessed," a cornedy n The M *,lateclli' t< id to have iedte
iznnch as you must be ff you come in the Union to President. rther think I u~ed Up ysur HBBt D lauCBe then, ehl! household from the gerret to the collar, and the kitchen two acts, concludes the amusementS. wot feow tr ,tegstrprt of which h
Dgssite, e I keep travelling. Why, the other dav No, indlead," enid Foreec teok wind out of the HeRALn's sails on that tack, to the parlor. From aglanceeat the distant windows of Bowm-tx TmAa. 'l--he moral drama entitled "Hot *g' a1
Waii at a funeral inatbe morning, and at a naxtv t ?; whatpur ,To'e, then"'" eh! Mr. Sam ?" said the President, the family mansion of our common ancewtors, we per- Corn," descriptive of llfe scsnesIn New York will coam- Moaame Str.lhl after singing wilh great applauna at
givn,,n bythe Braz~ilan Ministerrin the evengn." It reuced"tghought, aS'. composes .my nerves. ,,Exactly SO, Mr. President," said Ool. Forney. celve things look a little like what grandmother used to mence the entertainments to-morrow evening, and they Turin, has entered int.-, an engagement !o sing at the
Wvhen he wrote from grave 10 gay.; en? mornehts. he time [ spend in dress, Sam, is not word ; but I must. tell you how IW come 1 to very dell;ne ifot ga in a dospe nyhow~ifth a key isd havdte catr-BTe., B-hhser'ooeyf ,", T hen nrac co~dfra,o s t 'tohe OdaNrd,"cotinues te who,-
"OhSam. Jokinguponaerioussubjects. Grave wasled. I then think at my country andmy posi- these fellowstfrom the other end occasionally. One tho room brought into public uso and benefit. Heleao post, or the Enohanted Islahd," wlth scenery of a very or themuaic of this popular podluctioahas just been
i-4that id the Ifaneral--graveyard--and gay : the party ti,.n," enid t be President. *of the members of the House called on me a few particular to scrape his boots or doff his hat either, for beautiful description, will again be presented to-morrow puhhnhed, sad Muaard haa already foemed several eels of
in the evening. Not bad, elamuel, m v boy; but mvr He think (,f his country and his position, aad ays since, and I got him to talk about .Nebraska. Jonathan has become n groat and rather rough back- evening. Meears. Burtton, Plaoide, Jordan, and Miss &uadir;les from the airs.
d~ear child, don't open your eyes so big. I was not Forney. ,B ays he 'What is your real ,,pition of that bill, Mr. woodsmann, who has his own notions about mannerss" Raymond appear. The amusements conclude with the A! tT, elialian Opera was revived "nponDaesdol lsro
Sfune. Hujndredsorgetemn n agra mn "Goit, pate boots,"' Bald .L President? Well, air," saidl I,..the bill of Mr,. Well, ^ ffty celon of Jpns opli ooarafxeo"-livingit on." .upptttebythewbolestreaghfheopn
ladiestbot metat the fanera met at the Brazilian "Sam, doyou know aman named ol.Grandin?" Doglas, as originainy introduced, I rage u. a. breu ofthe fmiyter remain uknw, ndb su N. ToKAl.TultiiAB.--Anew moral drama entitled the ^emino ec ~ia rsn o8.
Mlntstr's party im the' evening People will die *, asked the Prasdent. very proper bill; in fact, a bill that we cound all out from'the bevto n acu aintnc of" thearest of Ther~ company fFench m al Tt h preeet n ct.P-
lbut the Bive ones must keep moving. Yea ain't half "Colonel Grandin ?" asked Formey. support. The amendments, or at least a portion of heeol eve, r thin f,^ or^ hea o .f, he sk rihtupt morrow evening at thils eetablishmeut. Little Cordelia ar a war |lh France and applied1 lo tbe Minister ol State
wake about that Gad-den treaty. Do you know "' I know a gentleman of that name, who was once them, are extremely sagacious and wise, and I must the trent door of Japan, as one having to transact the Howrdappar ssMaie~,^. ^ ndteohrlaigh arac to the protection to be afforded them The miuklter
Col. Jem Gadsden ? Can't he swerar7 Didn't he aid to General Taylor," satdI. .. confess, and I say it with great irankness, that al- meet urgent and weighty business. The sovereign of tors will be sustained by Mrand Mrs. Prior.^ ,enta'ery grarlousereply, givln< them thoetroegestsa-
give particular Gits m that line to Frank--the Presi- A very tall, grand, sour, dignifies sort of: per- though there are many and varied opinions na to iftv mi~llns must not think to palm off any difference or WAUACKt'8TnHE~i,-Mre. Cowley's8comeay of a"Bold iu ranre rf p~ersonal safely adding that the Russian gay-
,d tImean--ore nce morning ? Oh no-!certainly sn?"si tePesident. throe r course yt are e^ wihsmadi elc ^o i ersnaieo "svet-fv mfi'd ~ Stole fraHsad'wihh enpoue t eent^ woud" er be hotil tlet" Th grte-
*What wae althat about ;comeForney let ustn "Y e -whatofim1?^ 0 1 deuce. If the bmlshol pas a eem^a l down union Jonathan's brow, and to the language of the rowevenin .Th oe atem braces th na e ofa~ r~ als ab u rheogt m t~ ^
f-li it?" He lives in New York,but has been on here very with or without some of file amendments, my ow poet' "Hi thuhbenafurds.trU aueen..o --------
-Reaily Sam, woud youlikea di in that pool? leeently. He is a good sort of fellow; Ilikehim, opinion sta tilestsatr. htd anto ~ h ed1 III&HCW.Teslcions isd that itwllb saifytr, What,., do "](*iathoughtonaful,, ,e.t rei-:
.Eaythteword and yonucan have it, if youwfiU go but some of my friends turn up their neses at him, you think the member said, Sam ? Still, no eon must suspect him, for moment, of depart, the manager are the new local piecse--the '*Partl- SViCiDE' OP Yet, we Wt .--The1," Ne"w Orle""
lietet h JAD"' Ithinklsha~ldOo metblng for him. Whatdoyou Yes, what do yonuthink," said Forney,. ing from thefaverite doctrine of "non-intorfereucewtth tion Sut to the afternoon, and the meral drama of the ong:r ^'" in htcty h ae fteunotnt
*~~~~~ lo dntudrsadm.Idn't w.t ay think ? How would it do to aend him to Conatantl- Here the President actually bent over andlaugneu allforoign nations 1 ,, ,. hn .... 'Ol hew^'tery "inte ^enn* : man"e arisaniLoweishewabeut ilxteen yers
iert.WadosialmenWaisti lonople in place of that one there, that Marcy swears until I thought ne would choke. Wha ct htreat ^ A V~f~dndono hna are^ Ciiin-s r'MineiiLS.--Theuual at'ensUr neOgroe-: of ge About a year sinct she married a mn named
I-'Iet, am~ nd te arry ran, ndlltha? if I don't remove he will resign as Secretar, and if ::d "ha ddye ay" Iase., tre~wn lopelAndbeoldhea ras au;.eerese formances, consisting of slnging, danelng, and instea- Lo They l.ted unhappily together and she haa had
.* 'hy t y ar U he am Th l o c o a I thought he w o uld I w would rem ove the M inister at "H t r d Btm me a t c i n l a y he s C t h a t h v t si utaneou sl a t e ^ ba eomer W onta cs -r e an o ne w fo er ti bo-m r istt, of. ,n ol v hra<> f o r b l, oin rememer a Q l~nd re p badh w hi e hdit r
ai- nyeauc s nth thr i heGrry Constantinople ?" Bald the President. toookn sumes byd thhhnoadwad eetidti ewed get a sight of thist?^. '*',''. o o emmeran ~po ie wb~~
RiceeditfaU i~L ad i th Boo uccedswe Perfectly right, Mr. President, we would be prou ... behnoe .y my cofdne n pn on. noienemsnsion, ontatnlaBabout one hLif of the de Tom'_sCabin' is Belected~te o'mo~row eventoB.per- m~adei.n rarrisge, _nd hadiran ferre' .hJ a ecton


we-al--aut-and Bnk-HargonB. Harris, and the foffwewould remove Contantinople," said omey. Dh! Sam, It takes me to manage business. antme popdulaionofthe-whol globo Why, bless you, Chris- Iormanee, h,. Dayt-hisbagre yesterday, th younv dine (her mo.t
chole of us. We are bound to win, no mat- Wee I don't know, Mr. President. .ColGran- getoneof those fellowosalone, andlIcanWindhim tinnianity even, without any lawful koy of access to that BUCKEri ,S ^vS blima-ond hjavvlten ern,,bre om e trfy mthe you ngve.or -
ter what turns up trmps. Didn't we come the gag din, like yourself, has been his own worst enemy in round my finer. YesSam, that is the course I great abde, and out of pure enevolene, ofcourse, with tertainment to-morrow evening. bond having been absent from br foursaeeral days,) re-
Ser old Marcy and Frank-the President, I mesan- one regard, but you all grow wiser asyour heads shall pursue, and the result will be thatwhiltethere ]ber bettering rams smashed in the portio door, and WmWs SMMAniMS give their n".delineationsoo t-a irlr atothe hou-eo thin wom andnoquirer] ifbher"
bliautifnuiy? 'Oh no! of course not." grow weaker and older. Send him to Constantino- may be different parties in the country, yet they diesia1edthefor1er notion cibiiy of the morowtgh ttem"-Nie] e JLt't, ** I tf't b*not theehing about your husband, but
tDidorhdidhnotRold Marcy instruct Gadsden to Ie if ons ee it; but I think he to Russian Insteadthing, and it is that I am units i a CelestialnEmpire. The down-trodden Chinese caughtthe SoNjSSeaRAM's ExurmnOT uO WORMInnnaotuhand i
'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ y U r d d n t o d M r y i r c a s e o ~ i h nh i ~r n i l s a d o I e d o a y p r i u a a n or o1 o a I r e eti o n a nd se n ti t th ro u g h th e va st s t u b b le fi e ld o f h um a .n g iv e n ev ry a y t P u~ ~ s w l g~ e t o a] a dth ere .... u s an.". b e mthn to a gi e n te m ag n Seae t ed n t
] m i tk e th a t tr e a ty o r n o t ?" InsS m I a o np a rk s from B r itish ca n n o n a n d s p re a d th e fire o f in s u r i e n e er ay a$ 77 B ro a d w a y .t h e ,s m h u a n n m g o a g n t e n s a ed i
WallIn is it l ls,"sai I ot ted p t an uton an a hero, in wh u tber youngt wifeorecf ognizedtar t ruatr.
LUpon m7honor be did not. He didn't know g t,.Iao rgankewith you," said theshall be nominoted ad elected yacclaration, beings until the greanteestof allnuman thronosisjua stGRANDeu~taoertat-f uinwillo giveato voal teadyoIn-, .rdEienteher h~edespta'ched ofecserlaint, batdreugtrn
E ph about it until the grass was all cut and dried, President. Youwillsee,"id the .esident. ready tohe east down. coct a on
,ndthentheold buster did flaie out Some. Hedid, Be frank with you," amdForney. ,,I 0gree perfeetlythe President," said For- Watnext? Whr, the same Christianity, bythesame ANARTM L vrarrc--Ap',orcos or f~uLJv-tNhsainthe viciniiy for an ounce of laudanum. he ewrotea
ec kncd b it was tonlate. Gadsen caehoie, was t Ithoe yo always will bpe Par mth e HBU," sald Bhire, ispiritualoweaponsb0 caannonerydhadordth" brokentbdewnrCodowncea- ri wonderfulchld, who he a s just. Tharocrivd ligandb extrmelv polli ^r lett eradtetakingIan
l sehO h wit hfyn $,Very good inded featme" sai the President. S4~am, Bdt e 1 r~det empireebtitafmmttk an f aromIcu f atur and w loaded wti th pents doa nu a- h'" ord theeifered eao on her unon @ rial cac
:1 .ru n chi stend IThe Gad sde n Treaty.' That's e y g a] n e ,S adt e P ei e t T a is all very nice, Frink- -extre mtely so. D id the pai r titlrrtion w ap~ sll canbetween atheSW rdBurm anh a r knmp r dja d o c ~re m avni,-- h tri u l .uwneul hlrn aa wt rnpl-w a ut a rvdisnd n m a. erefd, n b ron oo e rd lc uet xr ey pa btrl t e ,a d h n txl gt
isVerygo tdn Otwat e. The as the President says," said For Britain. ual werful gsnity o masive goung and reat wttet. and e pierday o n bt r ote r vialtede
1 .w it come, Sam, that old Marcy denied so stoutly eygoa n rsdn as"si ony you ever see a bird called the ostrick? rti .Oh hualpweflCrsiniyIt rn r sse od o ,marons in stouncuest atsbpi s en d ie e edayfounngd ermoba r disiterdea. 1he
ew sa atatiteddtt yo many and great nations to the anxiouestchurns, watches, et.ate..;thhousecryearlytonu erd
*n e oRL'w h a l to s h r a te d od m ea i s oh n n m uc a. k d leoo n n^y n etya e a i n g n o t h i n g m o re t o li ve f o r, d e s e e r d

*Iil there was anH ret when Fakthe iteidntis "WU talede abou towna Sam, mentyoue, don't Yes the ird" a Pornes weTn^Tanl callmligcae )ama and New Ramp- h lmtaicldadta e mtlelngadnpiy
'lc nced therewa on e e. Gadsden came home, write the P lettersthat appearOin the HERALD," saidsosore mt e te imeot dondusa Theysa t query hord'to ki l an b nr o t w a ere nominallor u) o coneg eelrteatl t I olaS a leoon rtaT hes coy ntertias a ihe low d, a n r bed e al was h e sa e

^ V~~~~~~~~~~mS^~~~~~~~j~ byaae~e~or sovra Several"'she artst$ This Concert ha byrctr him Filee loed andi headdo oilo" ?^^TTMU^ ^^n*l"tnd~iohnd t~~l~n hopes of happioulnran
renced thecorec was rtone tom a de?"Adpy rwlyobeoknde Sa omniod lire. elciyo a o ens Theyi lare vey aredl to ,kil bae notbeeny bruho wn trammelled nominal. orleg a nt,,",,lc'dl m""enidtlaole o iflamt
be thought, with flying colors anduSix fea these n ,t e President. pare S ame"ed the meresaide to kill, Baster- nisrtinular feature whichwill.add still o ethe reput. thin biorld.unbthe referred death to hise
lif travelling cap. Old Marcy gave him special Jesse, "It is preciely as the President says,",Sold For-i ema sd elbareden oilltideesadeath. tan of this young anda b
l n to k h m d o n a f o w h n h ca l d a h rD n ey d Tent sy ," sad: C0 l .F or e . W h t n x W h y T urkey th e long an d p peaceful Lih e List,. w h o, fi ending n o m ore difficulties to ovi .r. l ra vde s truo y ed her owil life by ta 'kin g laudan u m .
lid ukh~ d w aot h n ecald a h eiat eto tt, ad te rdodeatold what I don't write my own letters, Why pray who Is 'T ebhdI en coeeo tett eaftaoeo ep0ht n h poye1oy e0 no cm po holnoan dyate ptdtotoa s V .wudno pbad e hsadllea e r n
W e l d di d an d s a i d ~ ~t h e p e r s o n t h a t i s s u p p o s e d t o d o m e s o m u c h k i n d l o s t i n t h e d e s e r t s o f A r a b i a g e t a f e e o t e u e e e fc h r ti s t e d o m a n d M r !a d1'.eh e nt eo t a l J hnhi s L a mb i ti o n b y e d t r i e o p a u ,bth e e x e c u t i o n o f a l a o t e tic lld d sgz lat ,03d l y o v e d h tm--f o r adtr ou g t acee sgst nhim-al l the w
"~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1 Wh odWrdw4 osa "'"nea" ",Well, what of that bird ?" said the President.. o b beousmmhro h BiihHu e iAt o hiim o%,tt Ca diff icultes hic e hd og rerh~ e t de..erton. ; he hoped, too. that God weuid forgive him
1: 6 "Then was it when Prank --the President --w am W ell, there are several names mentioned ," Said Yes,- the bird?' said Forney. Common s,em .yo dat -Turkish institutions are destr vediy '" a h d -n ht b .ih iel n n apl
lao.1d. H e w as as inn ocent as a babe unborn. H e the President. ,,,:: Y OU rem ind m e of one trait in that queer bird'sl n tbe ;,aoeandcannot bea r a jnx t aparallel wi t hll; nt l Th rf z Chri t n ur pe sw l ow up t" r a er o e n hu o re e e th i it ,m e hu&bed -and 1 r eame i ght ll t eiv q e t a elonghedna p l d
jollned W hard's com m i esso and a nam esake of yours Several," said Co ]. Fo ntiey. character. H e carries a hig h hbead, and can run tio'lu y k ey, a cd l ot 1 ,00 0 0Chria t la Eur eop emre s al o nw up O f cete addedto tan Irrbes it p ible de rehba r onducngppe h s an d aCgom e in l a effect e d, n d ent p e ing sorrow
p a e h c rr c i s t it o s o W a d ,e ? ""A nd Pla y, Sir, w ill you be so L ind as to m mention like ele ehicity. W h en he is c lo se c hased he aslcks 7 the lb ry nrand 6 1 0 ,0 0Cr istianled hoksm e rge"I to ne" t -. fl eerths hidde o an Iges i us stibe scharm .ed ,dh apforth loss at hgo od uthl ful eandb e xprll iess hedmor ow .
"But why did Mr. D arvis---" te n,,m es or the distinguished p~atieg to whom I I is bead in the duct or sand, with great satisraetio s, What ticxt t Why, Christian Austria, unwilling to be labored lo produce a new problem, the solution of which over, denied the charges of infidelity ad nel t made
h sh t up S am du a't ap p ear so I fern a' y am inde bit ed, a~nd w h o ar e suppose d to w ri te m y I n d is fool enough h to th ink that his enem ies don 't outdone by her p ous 'neighbors ha s resolved to di, frr n-. ul n pe r i f u be if i w n t're y r a i ed g l s h mby Ofh0184111er of hidiwlde, as et s by the
,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e i '~y if ., ,.v' m ,i orn m L r e t I VI 1 1 ttfi'e e lls-loig legs~arid rear parts. = Oe s eall Jews in h oter s' a, obd4ollti0dri Lie .;t 1,Wt~t td LA W e W ilt lace, outt [ a nmple amuse t menl otEutttwtov












.;fitereisUrs omL ower OUalirala.
TeI SBAN DInGO GORBMFONDSNOE.
yUnWD SarI. SaP FonRosrmM, )
Sa.I Dmon, March 8, 184.J
Voyae f ae United Stews Seamhip Portesa outh front
Sos "rascM -to immseada-Her Anchorage opposi
Wager's Camp--Cofiinoif Lie ltousers...fligh of
OeL Walker to San Vicate-.-Me le Omdiuion of
His Men-Hauling Down of His Ilag--Dipoeal of
A Prieiers-Prumldr iia SpaoOl, deo.
Feeling rather Inclined to write a Utittle this evening, I
shall do so; and I know of no better subject to write upon
A- than the filibustering movements in this part of the
globe.
We arrived in this port this morning, five days from
the bay offlan Quinton, and seven days from tEnsenada.or
Tort Meuibben, as It was called by Col. Walker.
On the third of February we left Ban Franclsco, In com-
pany with the steamer Columbus, she having been char-
tered by Capt. Dorwin, by order of our government. We
arrived In the bay of Todes Bantlos, and aqtichored olff En
senada, on the afternoon of the oth, opposite Walke's
_headquarters, where his flag of the New Republic, (as
he called it,) was floating to the breere. The fia; is red,
white, red, and two stars.
Boon after our arrival it was clearly to be eten that
ocr smdden appearance opposite to his eonampmnent had
created great confusion among the filibusters, they were
evidently much alarmed, and Col. Walker, having learnt
that we had been sent there to disperse him and his
palty, he took the hint, and on the night orf the 1 lLth
he-with all his party, excepting five wounded and ten
well men, deserted Fort Mckilbben, and wook up their
quarters on a rancho at Ban Vicente.
n the morning of the 12th Capt. Dorin dlespatched
some of our officers and men on shore, to see what was
going on. Arriving on shore here, they found the remain-
ing party In a sad condition--nothing but beef to eat.
The wounded In particular were in a suffering condition
laying on some blankets spread on hides, laid on the cold
damp ground.
The poor wounded ones were not so badly injured as
Olliman was, bat they were found in a shocking condition.
They having been informed that If they would give up
all connection with the expedition they should receive
every aid from us. and, as American citizens, they
should be properly taken care of and sent back to Ban
Francisco, they took until the next morning to decide.
nla the meantime, five of the healthy men spiked the two
field pieces, and then left for San Diego by land. Had
the Mexicans known that so small a party was left alone
In the encampment there cannot be the least doubt but
the would all have been massacred.
n the morning; of the 12th the obnoxious flag was
hauled down, which was a signal that Capt. D 'a pro.
position would be accepted. Lt. W. A. Parker, Purser
Levi D. Slamm, Acting Master Win. H. Gamble, and men
with colats from the ship, were sent on shore with all pos-
sible speed, and Col. Gilman and the other four wounded
with the five well men were conveyed on board of the
Columbus, where Oi1 or their wounds were properly at
tended to. Chicken soap, wines, &a., &a., were admin.
Isttered to them freely, and they were full of thanks fur
beingthus once more made comfortable.
On the morning of the flth the Columbus stearmed up,
and made the best of her way up to San Diego, whfire sue
arrived the same afternoon. On the nest day these men
were all transferred to the steamer Southerner and
forthwith started for San Franciseo. On her arrival Iboere,
by order of Capt. Dornin, the wounded men were to be
sent to the United States Hospital, the healthy men to be
oset free. Poor Oilman complained bitterly of the hard
farn e he bad received. He stated that Cle6. Walker's qunar-
ters were only ten steps from him, yet he only called in
to see him but three times during all the long time he
layin this sad condition.
Having learnt from some Mexicans that there were two
suspicious vessels laying off and on off the Bay of San
Quinton we left Ensenada on the morning of the 25Lbth, in
tow of the Columbus, and arrived in the bay the next
day. Finding all things quiet, and no vessels in sight,
we left end proceeded to this place. We shall wood
and water ship here and In a few days, in
company with.the Columbus, proceed back to Ensenada,
and on our arrival there, if we find it necessary from the
movements of Walker, we shall proceed together to La
Faa and. Gunaymas, in the Gulf of Lower California, if
otherwise we find the expedition about breaking up,
they will all be offered a free passIage in the Columbus
bakr.to San Francisco, and we will proceed on oar way
to -Vailparaisou, touh'ing at Mazatlan and Acapulco.
Oficars and men are all in good health.
tine this was written we have just received the news
that Walker and his party had made an attack upon the
rancho of Mr. J. Vandieman, an American gentDeman,
and robbed him of all his horses, cattle, sheep, and every
eatable article on his rancho. His son is now in this
place, and says thai his father's loss is very heavy; in-
deed, he states that the filibusters threatened to shoot
hii and his father down il they made ary resistance.
After taking everything they wanted they left, and re-
turned to San Vicente like so many thieves to their
hiding hole. They are a complete gang of land pirates.
W. F. G.

UNrorn SAss r 1' PoaRTSMooM,
SA Diamo, March 8, 18M4. J
aael of the Arreaoffajor BEiory and Manuel de Oar.
dova-F-nalZe of the fxpediten.
Iuhasti to inform yon that last night Captain Dornin
received infortnrtibn -that 'some of Walker's party had
arrivedd Into old San Diego early this morning. Lt. Wh.
fl.keraund Purser Levi D. Camm, with proper assist
41' xisjoJis$,.a Old Town to arrest any of these per.
fgoon4outn to 4r0et0- Mor
Xirizf' aitrl Secretary of State and Ctvil
".-alsao I~alue" de Cordova (by birth a Mexlean,)
O aties private agent, spy and interpreter, with their
Bervant. At the time of their arrest they were endesa vor-
ingto make a purchase of some provisions for the erp, di
tlion. Ihey made no resistance, and were forthwith
brought on board this ship as prisoners.
They will be sent on board the U. S. steamerColuambus,
Ijent. Win. H. Ball, commanding, and leave here to
morrow morning orr Ban Francisco. On her arrival there
they will be handed over to the Unite! btates.

Our Uicilian Correspondence.
Micmr, March 11, 18bt.
Cbamrctial Shitp News-Movemsents of theSt. Loui&-s-Ar-
rialaofa French War Ship at Msiina.-F'c'ble AJrr"c,
and Imprisoment. of an American Smaona-His Trail-
uset by the meraenneut Agentsa-Brs Release and Erpul-
Siatfrom Sicily.
I have the pleasure once more to drop yon a line, al-
though I have bat little news to communicate.
'he bark Zelpah P. Brown, Gilbert T. Crocker, left this
port on the 6th of this month for New York. The bark
Elizabeth Mbeans, Capt. Tiuney, leaves.ro morrow for Phi.
ladelphla. The bark Young Turk, of Boston, loading for
Boston, will leave in eight or ten days, (my vessel ) Bark
Gallego, Elery, landing for Nlew York, and will probably
leave on the 25th of thi;s month, which are the only
American vessels in port.
An American sloop of-war, (the St. Louis, Capt In.
graham,) paused through the Siraits yesterday bound
east.
A Firench screw steamer of 120 guns touched here yes-
terday to coal. and left same day for Corfuo, to watch the
revolutlon in Greece. 1 have anderstakod from good aki
thority she is bound to Corfu to join two Engllsh steam-
us to cut out a Russian man of war at Ineste.
have alo to state to you that an American seaman-
James Carbona-has been taken from his ship and munpri-
Boned here; but though Ihe immeldite eserrlons uf our
Charge d'Affairee at Naples and the Consul at ltoessns,
he has been released, and redress demanded for the gross
Insult offered to an American citizen.
Too much praise cannot be bestowed on Mir. F. W.
Behn, our Consul, and on Mr. Mann, our Charge d'Af-
faire. at this court, for their formal andl energetic eixer-
tions in this case.
I can also inform you that the fleet left Toulon yester-
day for Constantinople, and will pass through thee
Straits. If do come before I leave, I will edvits you of it.
James Carbona sails today for Philadelphia, m the
bark Elizabeth Means. He rame to Meesina in Norember
last, as a pasesoger in the brig Chatham, Capt. Hardy,
from Boston. BSing a Sict-tan by birth, he was not allow-
ed Io land. Be called on tbe U. S Consut, produced his
certificate of citizenship and his natouet passport. All
the Consul could obtae dwas his immediuae release from
custody, on condition that he would return on bsrd the
brig. When the brig left Carbona he took riuie on the oarth
Mary B. Barney, Lapi. Luther, but when this ship left, anl
no other American vessel in port at the mom.: t, he was
arrested, on the 4th day of December, and kept in the po-
lice prison until the *22d of the same month, and was
only releraed after he had, by force and menaces of buing
drowned, been so much frightened that he signed a de-
claration which was presented to him by the Commissary
of the Maritime Police, a man named Malabh.
He was not allowed lo read the document, some para-
graphs only were read to him. He therein declared,
without knowing It, ithut he wea not a citizen of the
United Stales, but one of the subjects of his Sicilian Ma-
jesty, (King Uomba,) and that he had never called on
the United States Consul for aseisinnos.
On the 26th of Pecember he signed in the United
States Consulatu a declaration7 stating thai he was forced
to sign something without being made acquainted with
Itscontents, and declared, alter being sworn, that he
was an American citizen, who would, under uo condition,
change his present nationality for that of a subject of
Ferdinand the Second. E.


Obituary.
iEN. ED mws POLK died min Tennessee on the 4th inst.
He was about B6 years of age, and was the son of Col.
Ezeklel Polk, and the uncle of the late President Polk
He was elected to the Legilatauro in 1847, as represent
tive of Hardeman county, and was twice re.elected. in
1849 and in 1851. In 186b he was elected Senator from
the counties of Hardleman, McNairy, and Hardin;
and was chosen Speaker of the Senate.
Died, in Taunton, Mass., April 2, Mr Paerenv tIes-
MIe, a revolutionary pensioner, aged 98 years I1 months.
Ot.n-a SntM died at Bethlehem, Albany county
March 28, after a abshort Illness, in the eightieth year o'
his age. The deceased enlisted in the army at Philadel-
phiain 1794, and fought under the banner of General
Wayne. He was present at the engagement on that
memorable esent when Gen. Van Reasaiselaer was
wounded, and remained under iheir gallant leader until
a final victory formed the closing feature, of the war
Mr. AooB CtAtrz, who wns for many years a prominent
wholesale merchant in this city, died in Detroit, Michi-
gan, on the llth Inn., aged 75 years.
Dr. Nrn MrEL. R. LIaorstn, formerly of Seekok, a re-
volutlonaty pensioner, died at New Bedford on the Ith
Ilst aged 04 years.
Dr. W. H. A. OsavRY, physician of the steamer Baltie,
died at Fall River on the 10th inst.
CAPT. A. 1. Doptnu., of Now Orleans, a gaLint officer
In the Mexican war, died at Waihington City on the 13lath
Lot.


Aftlbr sIs 'Veiemuelsa.
OUI LAGUAYRA o00nePONIDBNOMi .
LaotATAya, March 16, 1864.
Goeermetl ntet e wposile fsrsAds' Committed by Mobs
one lbrrigfes-a--Ns patio f tsSlawss-Report of
am Gouminioialers ont thi Saubject-Iidomwilty ta Solan-
lwders-Hw U stil the Cash be Raial ?-Moral ZfeJ of
leA Mottlagas Dynasty-The M angags Family-l.s Desigis
and Ambitv4eThf Praies- t and General Pas-Poa
latical and Mforal oasdition of the Country-G-am.
5ling, l tc.
I take leave to communicate a few of the pausing eventP
of this country, which may not prove uninteresting to the
readers of the HaALDt. The first act or the Congreos now
in session was to pass a resolution that the government
shall not be held accountable for loss or damage sustained
by foreigners in consequence of the seacts of any [action or
mob of a political nature unauthorizol by the leg;limatso
government. This resolution is intended to prevent any
international claims consequcunl upon a revnlutlon, and a
revolutionary party may enter into the house or store of
a foreigner and rob it wth impunity, with force of arms,
and the government wil not admit any clhims to Imlem-
nity. Thi isa in violation of solemn treaty stipuilatlons,
guaranty ing security and protection to the perLsus and
property of foreigners
What wil Great Britain 'ay lo saoh an attempt to creep
cut of responsibility when hlt' subjects are robbed of
their property by disaffected citihene of Venezuela?
What will President Pierce Bay to this edict of depot.
ism, in the face of his declairation to the sovereign people
of the United States on the 4th of March, 1853, which,
according to the EHsALD report, was in theie words -
bThe rights which belong to us as a nation are not alone
to be regarded, but those which pertain to every citizen
in his individual capacity, at home and abroad, must be
sacredly maintaineds" The United States hare noreprc-
tentative, In form efra diplomatic agent, io enter his pro-
test.
The question of the emancipation of the slaves in Ve.
nesnela has assumeil a higb tone. On the 4th of March
instant the Commission appointed to report a project fi'.r
the final extinction of slavery in the republic z ise ia
report that slavery should immediately and forevrur c-'.rs
to exist in Veneruela, that the chllre-u of ,lieI mollrs
born free since the 21s1 July, 1821, but hold to Li)..r
until they arrive at Iwenty one year, he alao Librst.:d,
that no stain of slavery remain in Venezuela., and tilat
the owners ot the slated b- indemnified to their val.ie
from certain means deelgnated for theo purpose i1 Lhl-
Commission, &a. Now, every man, woman, and cili [aIn
Venezuela arc -laves oftlhe mo't degraded kuin-I tode.ospoti.3
mailors Ever. the i'eprc.sentatives in Congr.es vert
fired upon by order of Jose Tadvo liMonague, wbil.., in so.,
lemon dtlhbeiatoo In the hablls f Congrusea, on lhu 24th
January, It48, and se-ven members rhiol drnit
The Perident of tii.he Commnision the lion Senor'ro
e.n;s, hai nateJe an able f..ee-h on tith subj0et He is In
favor of emancipation, hut justly observes Tho right
of property is as sacred a Lit.orty I will not copy
frn.m it, as'iou will, no doubt, insert it entire. The Bin
Srnor Fudvico 0. SIva answers him, but not with the
same force, and with les juntice, in my opinion.
The government is head over ears in debt, and the as.
s'ila stipulated. to Indemnify the master for his shares are
not converliole into cash. The notes of the g-overnment,
based on tIe revenue of the Salino, or public lunds, cor.ild
not be asold for ten cents on the dollar.. Jt is said there
are Iwenty-five thousand slaves which, valued at thir,.e
hundicd dollars each, would mase an item of seven and a
haif millions ofdodars The knowing ones say th.,re was
a deficit the last fiscal year of thrre millions, wn'i:h is
buttered over by the report of the Secretary of tho rnea-
sury, or mystified, to blind the eye-s;f the nati.n.
Since the Monagas dynasty acquired power, the country
has been sinking deeper and deeper In debt and disre-
pute The ministers of government bcom, j inldepund-
ently rich-on fixed ealariei of 53,000 a year.
Gen Jo'e Tadeo Moeagas is a caudidats to succeed his
brother for the Presideucy in January next. Two othe-r
broihers-FrancisceoJ Monugas and Geralo tonasgaa-
have been promoted to ibe rank of generals, alfthougL out
of service. Thus four brothers hold the rank of generals,
and are receiving pay, and ready to succeed to the Prsi-
dency one after the other. The President is much afraid
of Gen. Pae. He stated in hbis Message that .fJo6 An.
tono Paes pots i a feet on these shores he will meet
with an ignomiious death. He has applied to Conuress
for leave to call into service en Lthousand men in case of
noceselty, and liberty to borrow two millions of dollars,
and baa appointed his brother, es-Prea.lent Josa a Tad.o,
as commander in-chief of the army.
The country is in a state of groat disorder, and there
is every symptom of another revoltilion. Aseiassilations
have become frequent, and robberies are of daily occur-
rence; but all the delinquents get clear. Justice Is dis-
pensed as merehandire to the beit customer, the 4aws
are trampled under foot with impunity, and gambling is
the principal employment of nine.tenths of the inhabit.
ants It iF, however, prohibited by law, except on Sun
days and other relEgious feast daye, and on working days
from five in the afternoon until ltn at night, it not being
allowed in working boujrs. But no respect is pail tj
these laws. BERMUDAS.

Interesting from the Chlnelsa insilldst.
[From the Boston Tra'ellvr, April II.]
We have been favored with the perusal of a private
letter from theChincha Islands, dated the 19th February,
which conlains rome items of pubLc interest, which we
are permitted to copy.
There were at the Islands, at the date of the letter,
one hundred aud sixty vessels of rarious'eines, from 300i
to 2,200 tons burthen-averaging probably 800 tons The
estimated average time for loading with guano was forty
dars.
the rate of exportaiqn of guano from theo islands Is
Ssaid to ba 1,0Oonaa day, whioh it was tliOtlibt would
not eihainat-tbherdia In tea Lo ars. A geological survey,
made by order of theoUnited States government, had os-
timate that eIbt vears would exhaust the supply. Wu
extract from the lhter as follows--
There are three of the Chiucha Islands, lying in a line,
N. and S., the pMassges between them being less tha
half a mile. The wind is always S and E. and it Is never
known to rain. The north island is the largest. It is
nearly circular, and about one third of a mile in dime
ter, and about one hundred feet birh. Some parts of the
coast ate sleep high cliffsT and others sandy and rocky
coves of gradual ascent from theo shore. The heap of
guano continues to deepen to the highest point of the
island, where it is one hundred feett in depth. Fancy a
a large old-i fashioned loaf of brown brtwead, laid on a table
but little larger than the base of the loaf, and you can
pretty early see the pile o-f guano on either island. The
Laborers commence digging and proceed along the top of
the rock in the direction of the centre, from all parts of
th- island, and therefore, In their pro.ess., ha in shown
the guano in very steep side irom the base iock, eighty
feet high, and from every part it appear to be thu same
eubslanc--bard and close.
Every spoonful is dug with a piek, and when loosene'd
is a dry as powder, and of course dusty. if lft in a
ple but a brief period, it regain beconas bard, and niut
again be loosened w ih a pick. From the base to the
top are founI feathers, ege-, and stones of all sizes,
some weighing even two or three torens. I hLve taken out
many perfect Ife-Lhera, far from the top; and nearand
upon the surface bhye seen what appeared to be bone
and flesh dcomp.:-ied
It is thougLt the p;le now called guano, is thedecom
position of sca animals, of which there at-r multitudes
now, and thy are presumed to have boen far more nu-
merous tin ncieni days, before the welts man came to
diE tny. Seea Uit.ns of a large si-a ton weight-s-.:als,
sad endlers quantities of cea fowls have b,.en the inbal,.
IsnlS r.f thce islands for myriads of years, andi tie
landed bare bren the burial pisce. or the'e animals, for
if wounded they crawl up to the top-so say the l niw-
ing nes. Bds sand bit lime go to increa-e the pile.
Guano is really deconimposed animal matter, but whLether
tbis Was the way so vast a pilot sca olmuLtcd or whether
the islands were thrown up firm the bottom of the
sea with the deposit upon them, you must judge for
yourself
Fhe sccood ilIand is similar in size ant] pilaf to the ouo
described. The thIrd one hs not be-.n t.ucar.; yet. It
is much emailer, but s'eil Iloaded Guano escretis lsrire
quaatitss of ammonia, and coidned as it is in a ohip''s
hold a man cannot stay more thai tie r,r ten mioutri at
a time among it. Besides large- lump- of pure tomm-'?ni,
are dady iound apparently decomposed bones. eggs, &o ,
and umoig other items a man in a perfvcr state ei pre.
ner'aioon-tbe real ammt.nts strong as volatile calls.
Now .io you cieh to know how all those ships oire load-
ed, and arthoauanti tons per da3 dug aid cant from the
islsndsr Well, there are about I0* convicts from Pera,
and about 300 Chinomen from the Celestial Empire. The
former are in the tigbt place, the latter wery psessungis
that engaged passeage in an Engllst ship for C;,lifornia,
and engaged h-fore they left tihe" own country to Labur
alier their nariul for a limited time to par Ibeir passes
(fG0.) Initeod of being landed at Calilornia, the ship
br>ufht ihem direct to ibis pluce, cud th., captsin .,Id
them for ihbi.e and el; tears, ac..roding t1 lb u.io., to
work out their p.seag,:; and hbzre ibey are slaies feor ir.
lbsy are aloive. foar dollar. per month for ttieir food,
and ene.dgbth of a dollar per duv for ibeit labor, with a
pl of" gonno bLefore thenm i.hi.:h will last the no.t ten
jenrs; and long belere it is eshauste. Ihe ian.ority PI
thmm will be dead. Each man is compdlle.l to'bring to
the shoot die tons cf guano per day. A AIfuauie tLuirseo'
is rewarded with the laIh trout a .tr'eng ngro, anni such
is their horror of Ihe lash and the hopci..sness of their
condition, that every 'oek there are mor, or lehs sui-
cides. In the monlh of november, I hoce heard liftr uf
the boldeet of them "j-ined bands and jump,-,] frorm tlhe
precipice into the era. In Peeember iher w,.'re tweint-
three suicides This is from one in authority In Janu.
ary quite a number; but I have not learne. how many.
1 wee a few days store on the South island, and Ihere eas,
two of the most miserable, starved retr-ture-s They hud
swam across on their wheelbarrows, and fuLe .Jercrrnined
Io die. I could not feed them, and my heal t ached fri
hm, so after we reached the ship a b.a. t wa despatche.l
wiih bread and water for their relief. Pcihlt., tblin


availed nothing, for they must esi'herreturu to thl.:ir last,
or some one must feed them daily.
The Chinese, it is said, are educated to believe in bthe
transmigration of souls, and therefore think if tIhv
leave this life the1 shall return to their own country it
Is thought this faith induces them to leave their wheel
Larrowna and commit suicide
Thits by diminishing the number of Laborers, theb ex-
ports are reduced, and to meet the demand of xo manj
ships, two English ships, (one of which has been heri
before,) are soon expected with ether loads of pusen-u
gers from the Chinese dominions deceived, most pro-
bably, with the idea of going to California to dig gold.
In fact, it is said, the first batch of Celestlals had dug
many days t.efore they were undeceived.
The processeof loading. the ships is either by placing
the ship close to a steep, r.-.cty cliff, and have the guano
run Ithrough a large canvass hone from the top of the
hill into the ship's hold. 500 tons per day are put on
board by this method, and as there is seldom much
wind or swell, a ship can lie srp well Boats that go
undersmaller shoots, are sometimes loaded and return
to the ship, where it is taken on board in tubs made of
barrels.
NcrWrAPEiENTttriusE.-The editor of the Jack.
sooville RcpaUl lats, in a private note accompanying an
extra containing an account of the destruction of Jack-
sonnMll by fire, on the 6th inst., says -"Every press in
the place was destroyed, and the ezira was prinltedj with
a shoo brush, and wilh ink manufactured for the onea-.
lon frm lampblack and oil. Jacksonville was but,
t-IUen.lilae, tOi% is6t..Oj.l aL 1 ll."


I __ I II .U


News from the West Indies.
We have adviess from Kingston, Jamaica, to the 2hth
of March.
The subjoined summary contains the latest news from
the island.
A local paper, ipealiLng of the ameindments proposed
by the Chief Justice to the bill for amending the conati-
tutote.ays-'
jhe bill a n It passed the House. the Govrernor wae
emlowtred to seloel not nmorn thin thies members from
thIe fiuse. and one from rIthe Counucil to be members of
the Locuilcve Committee, rnnd provision wn mtade for
-reimunerating hesae offlcerj tivy salarlies at the rate of
JEc00 per rtinum eah, and X,1:0 per annum for the office
contligeootes of the coinmmittee The Couucl have ofer.
ed en amendment upon this cianue, with the view, as
they conoe-ive 'f rendering the working of the measure
more practicalile. They propose that the Governor should
be empowered tdo appoint a permanent Becretary to the
ERecuatie Boaimld, who should also discharge the duties of
(Clerk of ke Prhiy Council. at a salary comtmenasurate
wilh the laborand responsibility of the office, and that
each member of the Ejecathlie Committee should re-
elive, over aond above his ofiltlal remuneration, 10t) a
year for the contingencies of office.
'lhe qualifications of members of the enlarged Legisla-
tive Council is the subject ofl another amendment While
the Council decluro themselves to be willing that the pro-
prietary body should be cifficienlldy represented in the
ipper Bones, they object that it would Injuriously re.
ritnt ,;;;. -rive, if the crown were lunitoed InaUnl i.
future rel.'.!.,Des to this bi P,6 9..eres, especially ti no
resident proprietors were to be qnailie.j for a seat'in the
Council except such as pr,-esesed freehold stlatte "cl-ar
of OUliccumbrances T'hey have tuerifur-,, rejected thit
portion of the hUbill which oOught to I.mit the quaification
to landed properly.
A message h.id bTeen ent to the Governor by a c-m-
mittee of the Ufouie to request him to direct the Riteiver
General to m .uri, f,-i tie us if tutu ivlano, the sum of
one hundred pounds, in periicr., halft t' tiii, and far
Linngs.
A bill hid b crn hre b,,.iht ; an-I re, t; the sanc.
tion of the ibirce biaiita of te. L-siilati-re, ,- t1pmOr.
the ti.veriu toiduc irubh.. romal proc.irnution pr.JiUL.tlDg
the bi ,dliog oCf corri, hr'r inqu- tos iuonr c,.it I ,n C ei -unj
eiaDeCB sa Lme fclli.:ny hi a h t lb dmd j t npr,.,:Ja. ati-n ac
CC.r'ri-nLly
m.,'ne:t es-'s b.d b.-.rs .irit loine to the Asaeibly hy
t.his L. :,len ne noI treJii. l lit '.n tle iLL lh i' h tim-st
pse .ufl'ornil;g I, hi l in ,enf.nri-m ty wifh t its ei press .itc
srit b, es-ic.,r' co rt u tIudenco bad beaPn entered into
cbitil, e Brti-li Cou.u-l f' IlIi leoa, rcitiv t ) procuring
ir, lii .hlnal ri-mr ..f iI.- >.m- ncupeiu-r-e o,4 agriEcuiLturalni
laloetr-, and rr.iles hia bon received, thAt gave infer
maton illordiulg little fiiMnd tot hopinlag the Iisland woiI
dii r uny acces;ion to its .uilbouing populuatou from tha'
counli
Thc Coloimol Standard furnishes the riuowing partico
lhi of the rre-at ie at the Carlisleo estlalu, noticed In
thime rlattno of yesterday -On the 13th March Carliti
estate, one ef the finest pro-perties in the prih oif TVe.e,
winse early outirely dertroyei by dere-a liul (onflagra
firo, riTina'inp- It Jis saitl, in accident, though thlreare
current surelr.lr, ocF incendtarlim. The great house
andEi srjmeo of lhe out offices in a fiva moment were burnt
noun, fortunately not before the estates, book and pa.
peis.'ae iaII ae sonme of tie stores, were esBuret Ie
wi.rks caught fire in sev-rnIl placed but by timelyv eser-
lions they w-rio wonderfullyy saved, i nd, we are happv
Io late, resuming operations in taking oit thie crop. Io
irhes at onue time threatened the wole :.r-f the- OtGanI
square, whblcl would have ensured the destruction of
Gte. owich's Crlat6e and fields, bit by tile iuct,'- ma
surms tekc-n ,y toIo overseei of that popertv, it itI but
little dimuge to is cane pieces. Tbu laborer. br-bared in
a I.rlsivw.t ,1,i (y manner.
Fine hilithy breeze-s prevailed, though the wati of
rein a as felt. There wore indicatloons of an early fall
In addition to the above we are i po-seesion of lIater
advices frr-m almost all ithe other West India lillandois,
both BritlL-h and taniish.
BARBAPOE79.
Accounts from Lbis i-.Lnd are to the 11th nit and ro-
pre,:rtl the sugar crop ao etc.l-.nt Fo,'ty eihit ti ou.
sn-i hogBhcadsi were antctifcited, ad about one e fourth
of That quantity bad b ren suipped. orinange weA Ln
"grfiFt demnJnd. Ihe wh.ii, ver and thrrouohfares of BrIdge-
town presented an animared st,-ne-quile refreshing
ben coiipared with the other half deesrtrle streets of
other h,.wno In the West Indies
Ibe garrison had been augmcnted by the withdlrawal
of the troops and stores from Leeward, and the;r cron.e-
tration at Ann's, Barbades. "
Iroviuions were rather high at Barbadoea, owing partly
to the rite in IheU tniled States, but mainly to th? fart of
almost every yard of land being appropriated to thesno
Otr cane, Ithus abandoning the cultivatinU of naLiVe groin
and vegetables, which in former years pr,.,vedao beneficial
to the inialllants genendly.
The merchant b.rlgantine Navigator, r,--.m London,
went en the rc-el a boult a mile to the eastward of'tbo
Barbidoes Ightbhouse, on the evening of the Jd ilt., and
liad .erenie a totall wr.ckh-crevw abud cargo eited H. B
If steamer litrgoia had suoldily qntueil Carliale Bay on
LLthe 41h ult Orcct1 for England.
ILe island Jwa healthy
ANTIGUA.
Our detiles from Antigua aru to the 0th rl Thbnreb hd
been re-.r-aled attempts wilbhin The precedimg- rotonigbt to
tire the town of St. John, which had caused much escite
meant in the community.
The report that English Harbor, Antigua was to be.
come the coaling depot for the West India steamers, in
lieu of St. Thlomas, was considered by the St. John's oa p.
pie to be too good ndws to be true "
Baron do Fleur was giving concerts at Antigua.
GRANADA.
Papers from this inlaid ire to thle I Ith nit
An sact increasing the policeTforce had become a la', by.
the Rsent or the Gg .avr-iaMt Thi. maserc..n
pnasid by tbelranada f Sg l .Tfre in cviequeaoc f to
withdrawal of troops from the Island.
The exportatlen of Ithe sugar crop was in progress. The
health of thJ colony continued good.
Flour wD-. Gio. sterling per Darrel at Granua-la.
TRItIDAP.
Aeounts to tho 1lth ah. from Triniiad elatIe tih.t thi.
crop of sugar iviUl rtach 30,060 ligbh,:ad.r, abei the
available lonnege to trineprt the cr-ip .2f England could
not convey ture ihian 17 000 heglhicnde. Ties wina em
ploynrent for 13,000 t-ns of -hiping: but the Port of
$pain r(iaeissays, "where the 18,00u tone are to come
freom is a mystery."'
Th. price' ,f freight had riren to four shillings, and it
ese elected to be much hingbher.
The neathtcr had b,en unusually cold at T i;onid di.
DAiStn If KT PrDIES.
Cholera had nt;tely disappea-ed from Tortola.
M4& RKIVT9.
KioTosr Ja.,. March s.b -We have no impr.rvement to
notice in iOnhe condition of our market during- the pest
forinigot The prices of all imp-)rticd good are uphel.
beyond ithe views of speculators, and ,ltoc:ls gconrtdlv
are so incuosiderable as to forbid anticipations of any
immrdatlo drchne of price- At lhe same time, the ee.
yre- drought with which Ith., adl the adj.ceunt districts
have been sired curing the last Itbree months, has
gitstly aTected lii i';ld cl native e,,ul ata, whih aro
no i bcming vc.arce- .I L-jr. iThe p[f-isarance orf the
wesith.r, however, gives promise of the earl) alvenot .f
tLe uiual spring raeu.

The Negro, Bond and Pree.
[Trom the Rihnmoid Enquirer ipril 7.]
The fact, which we nainr.u,:ed last inoler, 'hbit certain
manrimilted negro-: La. applici t.o the LUgislrture fur
permdicucnto tak li mabter-, bholrcicl the great astitn.o
mibmrnt among thl, ibb--liti.-nists Thla t-neunt accoiit
for it upnOan0 sEipposiliun conAittnt wivth tbhor pcmu-
lirn ropinl.;nsas r. the s.niulne-s of litlehol ling. We
Duost now edd another Irem it their troubles. Tn same
thing has occrr-t be.f-,re the list A ltelr, and rioce tbhat
lime wre hae become regaiLsot of trn oiher instance- of
more rcctrt date, wlher siri;tlr appliat cne to ti-ir
white tilhbC,,iiL hae bteen mtrade by manitimited nl-sriTe's.
Thei ,nly explanation of Ihij crcumiltnnee uicl has
br-en atticirtd at toe North is unworthy of 0renlit an-h
neunstsine.i ly (nct II isa b*:rn aliege-d that lhb c-.un
diton of thy fIre n-inr-- who is cormpelled to remain in a
slave State, is a pitlible and intolerable sub.;setiso to re-
vere and oppren lve laws and CIOuious. This is oct so,
It is gtsotsa that the free reirj does i-eeoc y s ny [nleosior
lOslliho, ud cone that cannot ,consist wiiti happiness
In the tatare of I h no' thi muis miesiot and it i no seOn
true of tvemy q:ate in lhe Union than It is of Virginia.
Piit, ii riu-i ,oe l[,rent n in nun-liat hIwev,'r absect the
stale 0i the, f'ree oesro at the ?.,:,hth, he is sot oppreieet
se the omre class arr ot tho Noltti. fl.ivovr southern
r-cnet, may do-u.m blat to ,isgradatin, se Is in a better
Situation Ibhn he i.viild be aingDir tbo hyiuari[icai f'uUna
tics of Nue '(orbL an.- omiet N,;ruaern 0tsite,
If this were net oo, why do thers ne-rc.tee prcf-r lehvery
too ri rsd-:nec in some NorLtern tIte- Toie flttrte,.lmve
vith them vic'. not a dtgra,-rd pu-siaun tn S Southern
ctc ran outy, brit a Ir.-rae aom tnni-. ni the free State -:.r i
bhem0 iitu a .utiteru ni,,..aler, and Ihcy ,;hosuL tIe lat-
in. rlhilt icy nmdea n|1.. chi,.;s will lh'. dmutre-u .j no
pcan she will contlailt tic h'eapisleUs of onr ilaie_ hih
tIe !isl.-,h.. doese and isoveiit ,,f the ir,:e n-.rise ma the
Ni.tlhin i cilate-i ef ihis 'iCon Uir. thin that*-we d.-
nel b.:lecve tLitus is hih- dry in \ ligitala i "e1, orero m"Lo
,u l-l etC imifi-i.? the.h r tion,,l,? if ib--. r m, llI7 nhi*t.-
wee fOrccd [r.en huni, rind he w'as trnlv moforirdl Be to
the. crnolilt,:n ef the free negoes tIn the, Otlihr Stoic's 0t
this confedtriary
ncc.e for .ill, ltt us murali',t. Virginia frrom the roprer-
skri 01 eenvttiety ttworn. the free .cgr'..e, i.mhin h, r Lor
dere lb-. hi'ltry cf b.-i iteftiamo ,rhii ri t-_i I.
tI.inm ii the bist refutation of thIis lanudi.r She ha' re-
peloudiy refured1 to do wbht eeverdl of the (re-e Staitea
lhiv done captl tie free ncgcrore by f,,rce of law, end
co fat an ehe colhId sa'felv so no, has confet red cpu',a them
all the ptvil,'gee accord, d to cit,:ens of bhe comm.-en.
wealth. If her Legtelatuse hbs not conferred upon them
tIce prtiilcge of voting, It has been crnsistenl, b-icaue
it habi always been held in Virginia that they wert in-
competnt to eleclhsrge the dutlecof ctuens And even
in ibis they buee not been alone, but have been followed
by all lheb irieStates, so far s we know. Blt the low
prnoecis the fuce negto in the enjo0ment of his property,
and rhuelds hLm from the hisnd of lawless violence.


How, then it may be asl'ed, do you account for hke de
Oidi espruesed by manumailui negroes to put themslves
aainLtnLt i bondage. Thie answer is at hand : These
nieg .e are etrongvly attached to the soil, and as
the lai pievideas that manumitted negroes shall be
cInt out of tlhe State, and as they know by expori-
once that slavery is not an evil thing to them, and as
they know by observation that the condition of the
free negro is Inferior in respect to that of the negro
with a master, they yield to their local attachments, in.-
stead of being governed by that instinct for freedom
which the abolitionists assure us* In inherent in every
human bosom. This is a plain and simple solulion of
the difficulty, and we commend it I all honest asti
slavery men. They are fighting sha'udows when they go
to battle against the evils of slave rr The.v are- making
tlhemelves ridiculous by their mad crusade against an
-nEttitullon Heaven ordained and sanctioned and ibould
they succeed in securing the emancipation of all the Afri-
can slaves In the South, would only heap misery upon
those they seek to serve. The Southern slave Is a con-
tentid, and, compared with bthe fre negro, North or
moulh, a happy being. SIc daLy recruing wanias oare
met and the head of lill is within his reach. Labor and
toll are more his lot than they are lthe prrtloun of other
mortals, and where no infernal Intermmidletr Inteifeis,
the slave lives and dies upon the iantatiotn where'bo
was born, without g mcmcnt'p dimateailcticn Oe dUicon
tent.


Railroad Accidelnts. Anthonty Thtlitehr, Captain of the Schooner
BALTIMORE AND OHIO AILBOAD. Draco, Versus Horace Greelcy and Others,
BALM31os, April 7, 184S Froprietore of the New York Tribune.
TO TBE EDITOR OF TUlI nw YOK i ERALD. sHERIF'rs OOURiT.
Pta-Your journal of March 27 contains a catalogue of Before Sheriff Oreer and a Special Jury.
railroad and steamboat.accidents for the preceding fi- MoxeAT, April 3.-SherilT Orer held a court this
teen months, which is made thefoundationofeditorial evening, for the purpose of assessing the amount of
comment, including the following paragraph:- damages which should be awarded to the plaintiff f or a
Travellars ill thank us for distlnguishinag the roads libel published in the 7ribunne w nspaper, by the de-
wh.ioh have dIliesietrihd uelmnelves by their a.g'ln.'r,"
Ltrck The Bitaltimcre and Oi ,o road stands first On the list, fondants.
at.[a iah `81uee ,. uad.leontsjn twelve months, caus- The alleged i Ubel ucontid in the publication of a tele-
t, fourterini deaths and ferry six casualties.
Acknowledging in itsl full extent the accountability of graphic desratch which wae forwarded to the defendants
companies toIn the tribunal if public opinion, not less than from Bdolon. eteting tlhatL irf:r.nation had reached that
to the ierpanir.:d judicial authority, I cannot dissentfrom' cityfronm Buenos Ayres to the effect that the plaitiltff
your general deduetlhn, viz, the necessity of enforcing had sailed from that port under the pretence of having
*iby public sentiment the duties of regularity and caution letters of marque from General Roaes, exs.Governor,
on the part both of companies and of the travelling com- authorizing him to make reprisals upon his (Rosas')
manity. But regarding your editorial as calculated by enemies; but that, in reality, he had no su..h letters of
it pervading lone to divert the mindof thereaderfron marque, andwas a pirate, ailing under alae ce...l.-r.
a recognition of the joint character of this admitted re- The article was headed An American Vea.s,i Turned
sponeibility, and in the above paragraph to convey a spe- Pirate," and appeared in the 2oribcuw and -"her New
cisal inference invidious to the Baltimore and Ohio Bail. York newspapers, in the February of the year 1851
road Company in particular, I respectfully claim the Upon this Captsin Thatoher brought be Lcton for
right to preFeat before the public tribunal the defensiive libel itfthe Superior Court, and damages were laidat
italement In this case, ofering some corrections and $50,000.
cmmes upon that portion ofyour statement which Defendents suffered judgment to go by default,
l.e toth, u pany to wh6oe service I havethehoor and the jury now were to assess the amount of damages.
Ial. : slolht h c,:m [an y t o w hone service I have the "honor * rr **i,
to t, Iog. Mr. Mathews appearedas counsel for Captain Thatchpr,
and Mr. Blunt, District Attorney, for the defendants.,
TheaU-ged lfacIs from wbhichyour inferences drawn Mr. t st case, tating to the jurthdefend ats.
are perils dcliIute of foun-ration and par tly susceptible Mr. Maptain Thathews shared bthe ane, stiexellent reputatiory that
of euplanation, which 'boold,inmyjudgtucnt, exoanrate captuln~hatcherha aoro nexceilent reputation in
explanat onm bchhoulduinamyulgmentuexonerate his profession-that he had acted as master of vessels
tr o imp from the unfavorable "distingn ish ng'r for years, and thereby supported himself and his family;
nr.-ark ioF.pIio'i by ibe inr.ut ttion.of" negligence or reck-
I,,r.neBs. The rea,i,.r il l .hserve that the majority of end that after the publication of this libel, no ship
Oiideunis reporlc.i oec.rrid in the tonnage department, owner would employ him, so that he suffered bothin re-
by bib lbe affotf I .it pa; 6 ngers was in no degree jeop- putation and fortune. He has brought this action solely
ariti-. In thoe' hbith happened to passenger trains for the vindication of his character, and was actuated by
i..r-Enier6 rert to. iuGl-r,.rs only in two instances, no mercenary motives. He, (Mr. Mathews,) now sub-
I pro.:ei,. i 1t-osminc ,oui series:- mitted thefateof Captain Thatcher and his family, in
Mosreb _itIb, l.3, illed 8; wounded 24."-At the their reputation, to the jury, and he was certain that
.F.rirrd mi Etiebnd 1.--J c.iinanity of our city and State, both would bejustified by their verdict.
and I mar ill rf the ttiion, were startled with surprise Mr. Mathews read the depositions of ,Charles White-
by tIhuyi(l:. t.-, that ii. r Bsomanyyearsofsuccessful takenbefori a commissioner in Boston Mass,-one of
traffic rod nu unitsl eisenip.tion from similar calamity, the bands who served on the schooner Draco. Witness
bbthe fiet socdent fatal to ihb. life of a passenger had on- gate, in his replies to the direct interrogatories, a de-
curitc, -.1 ie"Baliimo,0e snd Ohio Railroad. This melan- tailed account of his engagement in the sochoonpr at New
clt,.iy ,i,,vRer, whi-h I am neither desirous to extenuate 'York-the voyages which she made under Capt. Thatcher
nor inl're.ltd to obscure, occurred to a passenger train afterwards running from New York to Pernambuco, Men-
in deicing eantlardlv a grade to Cheat River, 78 miles tevideo, Buenos Ayres the Rio Negro, St. Joseph's bay,
set cf C',njL.r und It ,as attributable to a method of opposite Patagonia. She was finally wrecked on the bar
running Itn ecin'a in it.. heavier grades, which haa .at the entrance of the Rio Negro. Several changes were
since- iL.i.diele btic" entirly abandoned. e defect in made in the shi'mont of the crew, all of which witness
this crnirucl(.n orf ib.. r..ud or of the machinery in use, detailed. He was engaged for a voyage to the coast of
aC. ladure in tcduJcn. urttebtion on the part of officials Brazil. -
Ste. i-,ytI either on tho tr,niaor on the track, was ever Mr. Bluntreadthe crossinterogatories, as to thee quip-
ir-.lieo in this cn-o by tib parties most immediately ment and armament ofthe Draco. He denied that she had
intresa ed-nd l.'it iuteioirt- Itwas recognized asreally any arms onboard, except very small guns ; here-stated
in tr-fereeIe I.th n tI.e pa.It and to the probable future) the names of all the ports touched at; the cargo was sold;
an islted ,'.ccurrcr.:e,, iariing exclusively from an ex- sunposed Captain Thatcher accounted for the proceeds;
cel-.ticail a t oniciwer in subsequent operation. It must 't-d no knowledge of anyinterviews having taken place
r.t course cver rtumn are.iireeofdeep regret, andan ad- E.tEtIEn Captain Thatcher and the agent of Manuel
dit,.nsl simnulus 10 elgilaiice and caution on the part of RBoseas, at Montevideo; did not believe that any such
thr company, buht it ha ne-'l. so far at least as the local interviews took place.
y.uihli are concerned, diniilnhed in the minutest degree Mr. M. hero read a copy of a letter from the Amle ino
Ithbo ell esthablihI d oiud-urce reposed in this corpora- Consul at Buenos Ayres relative to the return made by
tio Thatcher to him of the crew of the Draco; it was certi.
,'.ino 26, wounded, 4 "-Three persona only, all fled that four men had deserted her. 0
employrd upon in iexpr..as train, were injured on this The depositions of H. L. Tibbals, second mate of the
Oce.cin. tvo of them so slightly that no interruption to Draco, were then read by Mr. Mathews. The witae-es
t..ir diIl.i br aoi "ensied. -The third was confined for deposed to nearly the same state of fat Is a& W11e did
a ifewt lar.by bruiiee The accident was caused by run- Mr. Blunt applied to have the ntire sei-ience read.
nau. i. eT er a rew,, near Thornton, Va. He said that it was a pity that judgment ai niLsuffered to I
"Auguot 18. wounded, 4."--Yur date, in this in- gobydefault,and regretted that the pla.ntff diJ n-,:.t
stance, is erroneous, the accident to which reference is justify every word contained in the communication. It
probably intended having occurred at Cameron, twenty- would then have been shown that the defendants had
seven rmiis from Whe-ehng, on the llth of Auguat, when good reasonto advertise to the commercial world that
four passengers sunitainetI slIght injuries in consequence the vessel was engaged in a very suspicious business, a"
cei a tr.,n running pfrlially off the track. Itappeared, shown by her extraordinary course and the changes
fn.m judicial inestli-gati.n, that a switch had been an- made in her crew.
l.cked by unaulthorired ., roons and from malicious me- Mr. Mathews opposed the reading, on the ground
1,ves heeolutione relte ing the company from any im- of an attempt to justifythelibel.- ltwas alseo immaterial
puotait.ns were passed by the passensere. to read the part referring to the changed made in the
"cltcDor 7, wounded, 12."-s.r thL;s report of an ane;- crew, on the ground that the shippingof the men took
dent the-re c xsed no basis cf fact, nor waes :.ien a r..in..r place anterior to the acts charged.
to that (ffert sirculated iu this city, or noticed by our The Sheriff decided in favor of Mr. Blunt reading.
iJc1lj-ornols But A fabricated statement, th. produce' the extract.
of a rmind-acirus lmstnation, wa impo-c-'i upon the Mr. Mathews read the depositions of Samuel Chase
Lr..siviile Jiounial, and promptly lisavovd and correct-, asto the character of Captain Thatcher, the respecta-
Ei. by its dtiltruon the repreiniuat-on of an officer of billty of his connexions, and the value of his services as
thi company. The record should, therefore, have been master, which the witness stated were worth from $250
acotreaipnied by the refutation. to $800 per month.
N orember 18, killed, 2 "-The only foriodatlon for 'Mr. Blunt objected to the reception of this testimony,
this atettnent Cenubcts in ibe fact tlbit one indivi.jui on the grounds that the question of the value of Captain
su oronu: nan, was run uier snd killed on the lin o-f Thatcher's servicea-was not raised fairly, as it had not
Nru(mber w been shown that he had sought employment and failed to
"No.%(niber23, woennlet, I "-The engineer of a ton- get it in consequence of the specific assertion contained
nfe t rein was son wchbat hurt at Harlinabshuig in lthe specific paper complained of; and that the defence
I lrf.4, Jacusry 23, Lilled, 1 "-The- engineer of a pae- as to gnoeral ebsiacter wae unucceserary, as his general
,rcnr trr in as hillUed nrer Cumberland, by a collision character tas not impugned
in the ntght with a car malicioail taken fi'. m a switch, The Cheriff rulJd that the e;,ieoce was admieeibls.
end pliceui on the truark. Thol epsutl-.na -.1 I'raicis Smith, taken at Phleadel.
el ruasry 7, killed I." phia, "tie next r-:ad.
SFebruary 90 killed, I." Luther Croweil l wn s aw-irn and exmined by Mr ha.
About this time tonnage conductor was killed, and] a tbhn-Is- a scaman; the cnert nu-w handed to me givus a
toniosgE- engineer injr('d, ive mil. o3 Oet of Camnerun general knowledge nr the voyage -if Captailn falcher; I
March 6, killed, l.'-The brakeman of a tonn-age aithed firm Bue:nos AyTee h-day, Ine Draco was not
tadin was killed, in cunst.luencs of imprudence on his wrecLred when I was there
part. in Eltepng at his 1Ost. To MW Blunt-I uev.r made a voyage from hrrs to Per
Maroh 7, wounded, I."-The fireman ofr a coil rain oamboco or Lthe Capede Vc'id isLandai; it may be a matter
sulaitn..d isome sf ere bruises m jumping from itus stani lof opr;nr.n to run by the Cape Ie Ver irslande to Brid. ,t
on the (eMine d p.en- n -TtIt de al on the winds, I have been runmn.?
lLe arealyis of the above cxhib;ts tho following lu Bet no Ayrefr for eome years past
Acaidenls lte passiiger trains, 4 do to tonnage trains, BoratoUndierooti'esaori-I naaekn.)wnCrapt.Thatciher
i; do fo mnoton the trach, I-T.jlal, 10. for tIont iea y-are, I rCee,:.mmnded hun for emnpl-',.
lik-dA8 i.songrs, Soflicers and hands, I1 stranger- nuni o10the Daco: he ai plied to me since thL public
1otkla, i "s.. '-kic tion cr bho matter O-crpnir ed of; I PjFask of the pubh.,a
Wounded, 2 h7flsengers, 0 officers and hands-To Lon mIu the FaIata; he applied m mo inthe early pat orf
tal a4. inat yrar, wbhe seeking employment, but ibte m4lter Lail
T Tourring ti.at vour sens of muetice will induce you to thbi n ltrnc' one f common talL, and I dildl not kun)w
%v tLb,- Le publictv,' what to think.
I remain, i r r ,pe,-ifull, yntrs lMr. Blunt objected to the reception of any testimony
A AN ul ItILP uf 1HE B : O R. P.. CO. aast the T'-ibusie fended on a publication in the

The Flise It Jncrkaonvllle Florida. lir Malbei'a r-eplied by talcum,' that the damaix;n
Tlb.Jnacrsoa. ilkc ritobli.-ra extra givfyes h tb oir'-ving aiter got ;lo publIc reltort, a od thus hadithe,.-ffe.t ,01
r.particulai of the dire which occurred in that oily on th. dnnBisgni the ddaiest I .roeisfect of his cLoneL, although it
561 init could not to traced. as first pubihsbed Io any one paper
Yeslerd .y at I o'clock, P M. the alarm of fire was Wilness coutinued-I .-lo not re.e-ilect ever reading the
Riven in tLts Iown, aiL tin four hours afterwards allthe report in th.: T-nbne, Captain Thatcher proposed to me
hushees pc.rrlt.n of the town was in ruins. The flre togoon certain co.es*sca; I pr.inmied him a reply; I af
origlnail ri in S N W*illams' hayshed, on thewharf. terwards declined employing him, in consequence of
aIt iLtr dd wilib ai..ni.hmig rapidity in every direc- hearing some reports concerning him.
tion, espreading flrt long the block of stores on the Cxoss-examined by Mr. Blunt-When he calledon me
south side of Bll,.y itr,-t, ttween Newnan and Ocean I did not know that he was the personreferred to-.1 had
ntieete, tibe rccr rminicrating with the square opposite made some inquiry of some of his acquaintances before I
on ?ho. north, rhli,,:h we. all consumed; thence wit the declined aiding him.
itore if A M Pee.t aud Ihe Bank Agency adjoining, on JohnL. Merritt-I have known Captain Thatcher for
lbe w-t idv.l o (ri ,:jn t-ir,:..t, which were both destroyed; ten years;I sold him goods; I am at present in the flour
thence vith thLe -1.are enat of Newnan street and business;he applied to me about joining him in the
frontiegon Bay, h,, .r-.nilnined the large and hand- buildingof a vessel, and Itoldhim ofthereports I had
some block kneisn a? Bryn..1 buildings, nearly the whole heard of him.
square being con urnoei at the same time with the JohinFinneil-I'know Captain Thatoher;I am a boat
bu]d;n gsnoD lry .itr.ts -atl of thepointat which the builder; I modelledthe Draco;Ihad somethingto do with
fi tc-riginerie, end of Ncwnan street, which was at onhe the modelling of another vessel which, I think, neverwas
t itwfi tE.rtV built; the model was approved of by Captain Thatoher; I
Iluo weaspr;ne.plli- the courseof the area which has ,was on board the Draco when she was in the stream, be-
b(trndde6valated by he di touring element. Thewind foreher voyage; Mr. Kelsey, the mate, was to have been
was blowing alrongly at tbhe. time, and caused the course on board the next morning.
of the fire at first to b to the westward, by which se- Cross examined by Mr. Blunt-I was first spoken to re-
trale private deeiagsat tIne extreme end of the town, specting the new model, after the Brace sailed; the Cap-
Ind cieiral stores, M..onc's, Holmes' and Fairbanks tain saw it before he went on the second voyage; the
mills, and tli.e nw hotll of Messrs. fly, were set firo, Brace measured one hundred tons, by carpenter's moa-
but (xtinguih:d t b-i'rre an material damage was su.- surement.
iaIDed. t1ill tie -1it..uLs brat from the first block was JohnH. Aldridge and Hoslah T. Rinney both deposed
in t-taot ithat tiht It-elf iglnited the squares ontheop- that theyhad known Captain Thatcher, and read the re-
f.iet side, rird In u the eail, and the tmnense amount of port in the 2htfboie.
goode throi n rom th.i stores along the whole Bay James E.Smith-Iresideat Sag Harbor; Iwas subpia-
stieltdt, foni,.d rn-um the ,-n.me case an immense confla- need hereby Mr. Greeley; I am a partner in thefirm
gatlio of li.,Is, ol., rirIAts,&c. thatbuiltthe Draco; I heard the report of the alleged
Byv this li-es t-enly boiinga are entirely destroyed. piracy against Captain Thatcher; we were then about to
Of tbee, ,-tnII, yl.e Ie,.e -tore of the following per- build another vessel for Captain Thatcher- I had gone to
toe.-r I-r.t &C., f.ritois; C. B. Oak and Win. the woods of Pennsylvania to select the timber; I do notr
Grothoji- irt s 5 N. Wiliams, greere3. P. Sander- exactly know what effect the report had onmy own
ten, dry co,.d roi;l;oni; Bloodgood &z Bowse, do.; mind; we abandoned the building of thevesselin conse-
titygil prekios; ~ 's-- ~quence of the report
B. Tim-nur, do I. lairtige, do.; J. Mode, dry goods; quesseoamineS by Mr. Bll letter n hn.
James Hnehim, _-rocer, Mr iernandezr tobacconist; C. Cross-eva
DiWeel, atoot.n,:e. L. (ipeia fruit store; J. Santo, to me wae written by my brother, I think; itisudated at
,to A. A Re.ed ,try ,-.l-ts and provisions; M. Kiel, do,; Sag Harbor, and signed by our firm; itla directodto Mr.
A. R Bua.ey,grt.cer U," licore, fruitatoro;J.L.Hogartht Davis; Iknowthe handwriting of Captain hatcher; his
ti ur, ttl.. hog,. Iry goods and provisions; J. L sigeatureistothisletternowhandedotome; Ireceiveda
litley, cioiben,-" J f I,-.,.u fruit store; L. B. Amer- letterfrom Captain Thatcher, dated at Castellios, before
man, dry o'.,,,;. T M,.Mullen, druggist; T.'G. Myers, gro- the Braco was wrecked; that letter is now In my pocket;
rer, A. c .tc-i,,. 1toeirt.,,e;J. B. Howell, grocer; JoB. Irefuse to produce it, unless ordered to dose bythe
Herima.te. tale- C [,r-Wa,,l, bakery; George Ylagg, court.
er, ItB[ruby, taiorC. Pos gbotandsoe: Mr. Blunt applied to the Sheriff for an order to witness
IOtltl r. to produce the better.
J. i unrmn's ,.rece nnd L i. Foleom's furniture store The Sheriff said he bad no power to compel him to do
lb, law. tfcr.fCerrceW. Calland G. W. Hawkins f Mr. Blunttheuservedat umamonsofdcecsesCtvonthe
eni ik- cuimeeot i C Li rr'lt, netitry public, e., in th witness, under which he produced the letter of Captain
'nn le bl., asc o ,. ,L;oir.. toyed-a portion only of Thatcher. It was dated 'Castellos, 1oev. 4th, 1551,"
thr irefalo aid i,:i,fil Ir-,,',,nente being saved, andreferredto the complement of menin the Drace; he
klajer Pstrit bad Out ifew days prevleus relinquished said, "Ihevtae fifteenmen on board and only fiveon the
his uert.ec ,I,. bu.u.-.s ,tih Col. Sandereon. books;" "I have cheated alawyerat Buenos Ayrea out
Mernoris lne,.rm,e,.'ve.cs- odlce, intheSemmislBlock of $400, andt cleared away in thenight with consent of
al'-vent by the ter.,,ld i,.gatherwith portion of hlh theAmericauConsnul;" -iheveseelsalsikeh-ll,"&. d
pni cr5. Wines continued-The Mr. J. Kelsay referred to in
'Ile(euenim Bo.ue,,Hr ei.-fntosh's lawoffloe, Captain that letter is the one whowes chipped as mate en the
Stile- r..i, nc., j Bail,.am's store and dwelling, J. Brace; he c;uine do go. I think he left the vessel be-
Slocer l...ihuii -t.ie 11,. elegant residence, as also the caese the seei] left liuni; I do not think that I wrOte a
low nilfes of P tirte, Lq ,we noteamongoiherbulld- letter toMr. Iser, ea ,jin that QC tiln f'latcicr present
l idcffc i -.d ." B ed an erroneous account; I was not much at the harbor
The t,-,o ,d only printing offices of the place-the Re at thetime-Inever engageodin eiing a vessel to Brasil
iteen and the A'i,.,-sore csnium,.1, the latter en before thebraeco; Idonot know that she was provided
tlush. srt m a t cinhO, ot the 2-.Rejif.h,'n material has with any equipment for the coast of Africa; I donot
been'glesate. fiom ti-chheryet of the terribleoreaper to knew anything bout the second voyage of the Brace;
Inushw timleie E tis re hall order new type and a the Inst time Isaw her was when she was leading for
passe, hcie,' by the inailfor the North to-morrow o the
mornuog, sod ho-pc ikse folly' "on our feet" agnin lthe vessel amounted to.I think, $8,000- there was no inaur-
coornec o a month, nd in the meantime sheal endeavor ance onthoecargo; Il do net knew if ever. expressed sur-
tois.ueoplt.senonybhofoarpaperforoureexehgnigpon prlee tpat at vessel with a full cargo should sell for $200


a foolhcap .het, on an improvised press--our two iron ni t o" tOfdT r
hand ertee6s being utItily reekedd. ye, therefore, throw Direct examination resumed-The letter now Shown to
ouarlee- upon ia ndulgpence of ouradvertising and -meaisinCaptainThatcher's.handwriting; itisinit that
resdrig pttons f.r a little while," being determined he refers to his affairs with thegovernment of Monte-
notto lterrt the- burning ship"-beingutterlyopposed video; I was atSag Harbor all the time when theDrama.
to any ,pecs ofrertting 'wasfitting forherisecondvoyage- I did not know they
time f thefire, and drew offil into the stream asitpro- may vewittentomeaboutit; Imeantoexplalu that
e sed, ib the Seminole.from Savannah, bringing the mail, I did not knoew anything about her cargo.
lhke Gaston being taken oil the line,) had passed up the Here Mr. thewsrea aletterfromaptalnThatchler,
niver Evtry esertios was madeby the itiens, firemen, dated at Buenos Ayres,2th of October, 1861.
and even the lIndies, who were found here and there Witness continued-This account ofthe voyage in
lending aseestance, to arrest the fire--the negroes also CapteinThatcher's handwriting; my brother sctled the
laboring faithfully to do their utmest. But the fire be- matters contained in it with Capt. T.; I have een A
came unmanageable, and as the intense heat extended it- receipt in full from Capt. T.; I do not say tOat I saw a
self, confusion and exhaustion rendered human exertion receipt for this particular account.
less efficient. A portion of the fire apparatus uiinfortu- Mr. Mathews loeed here.
nately fell into a situation which brought It in contact Mr Blunt addrecsed the jury for the derendants, nd
with the nflames, and it was lost tated thati the article referred to was dated in the 24th
1Upon the amount of property Iost it seatintedthat of Afril, 1865, ;nd was published, on faithbof atele
oehalf is insured, Some In Now York and New England grsphlc despatch from Boston, under the head of Very
offices, andanome in Georgia. The two printlu office .oitant rom Brao-u-An American schooner turned
were insured-our own foralittle more thanV alf ts l.iste." It would be shown lto the jurythat the Bra-
value. We lost all the printing paper, and a l qrge uanm- ilinn admiral had written to Commnodore Meeever, to
iity of re, which we hbad on nand for jobbing. Our the etfci that the DAeo Lad left Buenos Ayres with
k(t up fer-rtin have run into a molten mas,. pretended letters of marque from ien.rl Reo
iMr An-irs Canova was severely burnt and Is disabled; see; that she had no such letters' that Cormo-
and Mr. J. 0. Hemming was severely stunned and for dotre McKeever dospatebed the sloop or war
ctemLt tnie hurt, butlhe is enow butter We regret also Jameelown in pursuitofr lbe, that he had reported blts
that the family of Mr. Philip Fr er, who were il, were "nipreslons, with the feats of the ease, to Congress and
forced to remove. tih otSecretary of the Navy. Be, Air P., erontended that
------_I_________ __ under the circumnatsure thejournal did well by the com-
A y.urg, lAdy t teonas. Chautauque county, N V., has mercilal pub lic In publishing the facts.
be, ,n sirmetoor anasylum for the insanefor several Iaase McKevercr ,worn-I am s ca plain in the United
V(le iLU.tiauny hbre cof relief. Her enndiltinn t wilt ipief nvy, which is the hltghest rank, properly ap,.h--
zoduced by the so-celed spiritual manfltestetioas. g, known tO our goiaiauuic, a n cl..A...3 (l K


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of the roited States, and has by proper warrant ans is
doe form of law been brought before GeorgeW. Mortona
a CommJIsioner duly appointed by the Circuit Court aCI
the United States for the Southern District of e9w Vovlk,
for examination of said charge of forgery; and whereas
raid CommniAsioner hoth deemed the evidence sumficlenfl
to anthorire the commitment of said Danlel W. y'an
Aernam, and has acordingl' committed him, all of
which appears by a copy of the proceedings tranamitted
by said (ommisioner"
Now these presents are to require of the United States
Marshal of the southern district of New York, or an"
other public officer or person having charge or custodji
of theaforesaid Daniel Van W. Aernam to surrender andi
deliver him up to Thomas HoGratn, who has been dult
authorized to receive said Daniel W. Van Aerman Lits
custody, or to any other person duly authorized by t"
aforesaid planipotentiary to receive him Into custody.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto siged my a'A
and caused the sual of this department to be af"lod
'Washingtirn this thirteenth day of April, A. D., 18ifmal
of the independence of the United States thesevee.,
eighth. Signed, W. L. MARCY.
A writ of habeas corpus was applied for and issued
Judge Ingersoll returnable on Monday morninrg.i
a icuied therefore still remains in this city.
Cfiargef RetlL.-George Fih and twenty two oth,'..
of the crew of the American ship lhoun, were arrested
on a charge of rev olt.
The population of Cleveland, Ohio, which numbecel I
M9 2 llsf'O, is now putdown at fi0,00.,


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sotnlbern cc.asi of America in the years 1861 audItS
I had four vessels of war under my command, with 4
flag hoisted on board the Congress; that was al the tie
of the overthrow of General Rosas by Urqolau 't
Jamestown was one of my ships; I knew the admiral wfl
commanded the blockading squadron al Buenos Ayesba'
received a letter from him relative to the American sve's
Drauo; in consquence of that letter I detached
the Elcopof.-war Jamestown, under command oC
Captain Downing,'to cruise on the northwest coast oc
Braril. as far as Pernambuaico, inu search of thae
Praco, in bthe later end of the month of February oc
1-62 I reported my action in the matter to the then Saec-
retary of the Navy at Washington; I am familiar wit t
the Southern coast; it is not the usual ront in order 1l
reach the coast from here for a small schooner to go ta
the Cape de Verde Islands: my instructions to the Captali
of the Jamestown were, that if he found the Draco hadl
papers from General Rossa, he was immediately to bring
her into Buenos Ayres ai a prisoner; if hefound that she
had no such papers, he was to iuse his onn discretion
about bringing her in; I never wrote a letter, or letters,
to Bcositon about theo matter: my letter to Captain Down.
ing ua dated on the 41b of March, my reply to the Bra.,
zilian Admiral is dated on the 25th ol February.
Croeessexamined.-I never communicated with the ed-
t-.r or the rtilnr on Ibthis subject before the publication;
I was fiist a pplied to for information on be-half of the
I'tl.,wiFcome time in this wick; I did not know Captanit
Thatcher In Buenos Ayres" I know ntbhing of the brig
Michael i, r. Hamiltoa was uimted Stalte Consul at Monlo.
video at the l ime.
James L. Davias-I em a meprchlant in New York; I
ne^w the schooner Draco the Measrs. Smilh, and Capt.
Thatcher, our heacs received a letter from the Maessrs.
muth a copy of which is new handed to me; lhe letter
was untd ,a ohiaainn the insurance, I dlUvered the ii-
ter to the Atlntc Insurance Compauy
Eenrimin GaJbrnhth-I am an attorney and counsellol
a law; there is a suit now pending against the anmLm i
by Capt. Thalcher; the damages are laid at $50 00-; ( aiX
aware how the [ntellignoce cametoNew York; it was
published in the Boston Irawller, and reached New York;
is tilegraph from Boston, I think it was given tobotll
the rntven e and BHatLnsimnlianeeusly.
2 Croas examincd-I did not see the telegraphic deapatelsf,
but read a copy of it in the BicRAiL
Mr. Ortere-'n c'ty editor of the Frimbune, deposed to tha
rtis ipl T oi the nitw by telegraph fUom Boten.
yctrr Lblunt io.d Rbtneve sumr.ed up on either sidey,
i nid tibe i-erd t.ri, fir ebargei the iurn.
A,[ler r.mc del.t,. iion ih'0 sjuri a: damages ataimnst
it e .,,otnecfo.rdiotu.

MELANOHCHOLT TtEVTEW OF TH C1E ('eBV THT TfrtIlIBrNg
[From ihe New York Inbuse, April 8.J
AN INCIDENtT OF OUR 0a.LLfNO.
On the 24th of .Afpril, 185., there appeared among ont
telegraphic despatches the following--
FROM nUBOuAS ES-N Aa-I- AN 110-iea. O sseRWoOv MUEaD,
PIRATn
Basro- FidJay. April 21. 11M,
A ieir fr.-n, Bern.,- A a-..'T- dted.u-kt hFebruary, releivef
b, r-e.. i. t1 i- itr,.. r --"ii ai -
TiL, Br.timn .'.nial riut a not. t., C.'.mmcdorse MetKe-
i trt ti TiL,fl,.ish.rn-.r Draes. C.pr TTaltcher, had
.c t.I i, r, Ie- 1 t'i.. e .i tOf Pall eDiL aDd thcre rairc.(
to re-ew ijrn ie, I 1. adar iruano. nc'] le-it fur Brazil rocap-
tir,. esL. I- unir a Lettedr if rar]ue. Toe vessel, il.0hasvse
riA riuc ietier. a-ui she will be proeseded against ut asi .
pirrti Wo: Letid. them. if they fail tio the baehius of Ad.-
Iuiral Grencsil
(' course, it need not be tolt thet w.: received this is
regular course from our t,.lgirnp.i-: agent at Boston-
that it was founded on a mercaurtd, etrer from BuenosK
Ayres, as stated abor-thut a n-te was received by Con.
MIKfieer from the iBre ihan Admiral, as above said-and,
that Capt That-l'er, of the American Fchooner Draco hal
loft a South Amer-rin port under circumstances whicn
created a str.-.rg sesricion on the part of the anthoritieaf
that hb, moltcu was piraticaL So much was true; but il
was n,.t tie- that Capt. Thatcher badi turned pirate, or
onri.n.,i(J to do EO. On the cmntrar, he eoon after camel
to biht again, explained the circumstances which had!
ngrendered the uspireonE ,f the Br.-ilau anthoilLiesa,
bue ldue tIme camt h,,m aidl sued us (among othc-
editors) for libel.
What could we do ? Had Capt. Thatcher wished a ro-
traction of our msiastaken despatch, and complete vindi-
cation of his character, he bad bu lto ask and we should
very cheerfully have done all that even he could rd-
quire. But what he was afterwas money, and he di-
manded rather more thousano of dollars than wecould
cueoeenUy pay. It would have been absurd for us to
have attempLted to placane him by volunteering explana-
Lrons asd dasoureinces t-hat we had never intended to do
hm any) wrong-be knew that os well as we did-knew
that we had no prevsiouas bowledge of him whatever, ani
no conceivable motive to harm him-knew how the im-
prpesion that he had turned pirale had onginaled, and
Lhati, whether he were or were not free from blame ar
the premises, we certainly were. So we had otLhing tee
no but to met the eue thus forcedI upon is as beet wa
might.
B.t how To join issue with him was bolhf hazard'"
ons and useless Had we attempledt technically) Itl
Justify our puLblicaLon, the Court would have held uS
br'und to provs the plainmt;ff a pirfte which we could
not and would not do. Had we undertaken to plead
the general issue, that issue would have been explainsod
by the Court to imply that we did net print any suclz
despatch an wie charged in the planhtif's declaawtion-
an] that we d;d nut wish fo pretend. What we did
wish was to get rid o" all technicalities and formalitiegi
and go before au honeat, mitelilgnt jury, eaying-
"Yes we ctrtaeily did publish thedespatch complained
of; but we did I tihbout a shadow of malice or ill-rfeel-
ing, in perirc.t good ifaithS, upp-saing and havLng good
reason to be-lieve it true, as we are now ready to show:%
And we deemed it advLsable, to this end, not o join ituoa
with the pl;alntLff, hut to let the cebs go to a Sheroiel
jury Tbe v.e did, od before that jury were enabled t4
present evidence suficient to convince any honesl
rBatonrl brcng that we had intended no wroag to Captal4
Theatlcher, and had donae him none except In giving cu,
rency to the iuf.-reuce undoubtingly though mistakenly
drain u by the Brarzilene frc-m his own conduct, aid thLa
we had not bten cien careless or reckLless in giving car.
rency to tbc. report from Buenos Ayre ooncernlng him.
And yer, in the face of ail this, tue jury saw fl to on-
demn us to pay Capt. Thatcler siAs hundred and fifty dol-
lars, beside en't. The names of itie jurymen who rean-
dered this rere!et are as folnlows -
P-. H Buotl, flour merehnnt, No 13U Fronrt steet.
J. U Wilon mecelant No 30 Wlliham sireet
FH B ia,.vs,nm:rchaat. N o 71 Mercuunts' iZehango.
A 1H. Wlr on searnian Nr.. 49 he'itfl street.
rentel Curti, merchant, No 111 Pc.lrl street.
1 illiam ['cepew, importer, No 135 Pearl etret
A K. Tho.mr.son, merchant, No. 23 Southb, or clerk, l01
Gre.ne street
Gee. Browns, merchant, No. 117 Front, or exchange''
151 Bouston strCee.
J A. Moore, taller, No. 61 Willeit street.
Titlus K Adee, (not in the Dieetory )
J B. Hillyer, Lite drugs, No 45 London terrace.
A. Spencer, pablieher, No. 12 Ann, or printer, No 205
Brooeme, or painter, No 19 Eifhth avonoe
Well weshalltry to pay tihe mousy thus conveyed
from our pockets, anol we trult the receiver will spens- it
honorably and ie-fuily, us we cmn proudly say we have
earned it. If be do.e as weli in sinmg all who printed
sttitantl;ally what we did, hus fortune Is made. if thae
jurors are, on rmfieelti,.n, atiaied nib their part in the
,uerices, so be it But wo cannot agree with the Esenmig
,JovrZ (Albany) that "Here is a practical example o
theinjustice of ho present law of libel." That law har
sins enough to atsacr for, hut we really cannot see hbos
itis to blame for tIi verdict Thejury might have chos-
en to strip us of our Last billing, but would that have
been the fault 5f the la t? We -anuot so regard it. True;
wehold that:he iaw ought to shield an editor, who ian
go.d faith [tubli-lcs current news apparently accurate,
and if so, oeile.-l j ;mporiant to thecommonity, from tha
legal or teraucrl presumption of malice, whereit ismal-
if ee that no actual mahce ecibled-jubst as It protects thl
inmstcr in gising ('ncrording to his bet judgment) the
caurasci.r of his isle eerea,', or the district attorney in
O.rwinig ips criminal indi'tlment agLinst a man whoI
may fiea, lprocve innocent. It is jut[ an :asenllal to the
well being. -c,-tv 'that editors hbo protctedi In giv-
ing the ertrlie- tiaincre as to a vessel supposed aud
reported to bhhr. t,,r.ed pirate,.thuogh it should after-
wrdis prove mutIk,.ni,j ui that a jutge .e at liberty
1,- comenc-e and aJmonilh a c',nvict fr-m the benoh
V-nihoi Flt su.jection toea ,I for libel in coe that conuict
rhouldi afieiwnrdei prove innocent We know that we d-d
pf-m'eily Uior uty in printing the nD'Vs seat us frovna
lio,l,.n ri-spectine Capt. Ihatcher and hi, schooner.
tice 5ut sae eq.all satisfiit of the correctejes of th(
atliou in tb.L f-remise, we.can auord to drop the suuot
BDt io fitel confident thu't if these gentlemen had be(
ctverally asi.cd, earch ,n his iuliiidual capacity, to B
how m'nch actual dlamaga had bhet inflicted on CaA
Tiretcher by the ripe-icrance of Ihis despaich in the 71
tue-lshat is, how much better he would have slooe-U
ae had euppreired ths despatch, ht the time of itLaI
[esrujjce toad the oommercial journals tbruughout tlhe
country-not more than two of them would have laidi
his, dnosDage from our pub-ication, as high as fifty dolara.
It seeme to Os wrong, then to charge the uibel laws5
which have quite enough 1o answer for, with the dis-
ciedit of this rrrlict, which does not really belong tl
'htm. If thb-se lawa were perf.-ct, It would .till be difi-
cult to dispense with common senme or common honest]
in jurors.
United Statee MTarshal's Offce.
THE OAANADA POROfiRES WAta IttOT OP EXTBR-
DITiON FRlec TuE PRESIDENT.
Abraham T. Hiltyesr, Esq., Unued States Marshal, re-
ceived the following warrant from the Department of
State for the extradition of Van Aeruam, charged with
forgery in Canada:- Lifmsearsmerr c.c STArI'
WAunroiGan, April 13, 18S4 j
To all to whom these preec onl shall come greeting -
Whereas, JohnF. Crampton, Envoy F.xItrsordinary and
Minister Plenipot(etllary of Her Majesty the Queen of
GreatBritain and Irelund, hath made requisition in con-
formity with the ptuoisionsof the 10th arlioleof thet
treaty between the united Stanrs and Great Britain foe
the mutual surrecnder of fugitive criminals, concluded at
Washington the 9ib day of August 1842, for the dalieerp
up of Daniel W. Van Aernam. charged with the crime of
forgery) ommtlted within the Jurladlclon of GreatS
And whereas, sald PDuent W. Van Aernam has beet,
found in tbe State of New York, within the jurisdiclionm








---W "ORK HERALD, 1,T A.ti.hip s lcl et, from IAerpJoA for tiiii u
NEW 'YORK HERALDj IpOt, is now out eleven day-, an.1.:rarrivalis look- fi
Jo & ME.1 O K.DO3 BUNNUT.m cd forwithgrcatanxiety. By her weshall, in al
?3O^ptIETOt aD 1DI 0 probability re.5,e int.llig.:ne of a reliable charao- I
:... ^J" Lter relative to the engagements that have take I
grnCHB. voKrnB oF nLT or A" Itte ", i,;ae aI rig the rIiranul.l, csl 'onmcrtiiew,: olthe !
TWE ulf.YlEU I 5,,i t iitUudi..>"icC. Ti:C ,WL'h`LA, America, from w
ALL LETTIsC b e ir a V"Or' 'He Liverpool via Halifax, r.ived below at Bostdn yea-,
ofuerl -It her '
T ids sI r.t C war s'a d".1 "'" terday afternoon, but was not expected to reach her a
TrESASEL^Y H!r" ae'v, o rt.ak?= W, dock before tls morning. Hermails will reach this 8
NWr IPoi, orISra~uLL..u, p a per as.
..OV, "p A b'eO.r .ir.a-MWto ivaro s^ City to-night. The steamnhip AtaltkkitL -. ris p.,it 1]
FaOUNTA VrOR .iPNa,,,N .. .mp. yesterday for Liverpool, but came to anchor in the
e.i"nlr. im fior. awr c rrtor 01 ol--S U r.. bay in consequence of the storm. She will leave
Dnru *5 ePAuTSCULARt.Y RSUMrQ Z TB o NSAL ALI .T- this morning. The City of Manchester left b
T71a AND PACKAOEB INIT 1 rh3iladel|.li,, f,: r Liverpool yesterday.
.ume. I .. ..... ... ....... .o. 104. The irErc mhTs of the Legislature havebeenasbusy
----I- aj.abc-cis for the lpast dayor two; but there will
AiBRMXrgNS T'.-MORROW 3VENIR* be a vast amo~mt of "unfinished business." Our
'BOADWAY THEATRE, Boreadway-T 3n.L oo readers are referred to the reports of the proceed-
wa--DomuleQo THBPosu m. ings and the letter of our corr sondont, also for a
UBBTON'S THEATRE, ChambGrs street TaE T1rro' list of acts passed by the Legislature.
iRi ON. The trustees of the new theatre at Boston have
BOWERT ThEATRE.IowTiY HMoP CoBI -THE Lain- offered a prize of one hundred dollars for a poem for
1. anrEiH ,
NATIONAL THEATRtE, Cbatbain stree?-Sniz CmLn or the opening. c
WA L TThe snow storm which visited us on Friday night I
WALLACK'S THEATRE, Broadway-BoLD STrso ron and Saturday took awiderange, cromme-.ing .some-
AJBuanAi.n-LovE AND MUnDER. where down below HIalifax, and etenlding to the
11n1IMOAN MUSBEiUM-Aftrnoon. Tna ic Lo rLM iL weeelwnii]. Truly, ""inter sill ingo"isa inthelap
4 AT.TizoNurT-ETvlog THtOL.. BCel ESr of pling."
KRISTV'S AdMERICAN OPERA HOUIS, 471 Broad.
7-- 2oPeAN MELoDa sv IHsTT'dr' MosrM. On tile ilide p.-CS mIy be found, in addition to
CKLES OPERA HOSE., 89 Broadway-BucK- matters aLedy efirlrd to, news from theWest
's NrBnnoraS, Ops a Taourv* Indies; Cortre-iponlderie from Lower California, La-
BAIeVAR1"SBEORAMA.5" Bsoadwy--PAroANtA or g yty, Cli, ,Xc:a-;ea; interesting intelligence from
iRUNS o.TLuD. the Chincha Islands; Fire at Jacksonville; The Ne-
RBE'ISEB CALLUYT. 63 Beadway--PyT 1nA Niat gro, bond and mand free; Railroad Accidents on the
BRTAN GALLERY OF CS'R13TIAN A.RT--.81 Broad- Baltimole and Ohio Railroad; The Mechanics'e sInsti- I
+ __ tute; Letter of the New York correspondent of the
WHOLE WOBILD-377 sad 79 BroadwAy-AftooBi London 7nimes; Mormon View of the Affmirs of the'
-d EvennLg World; Suicide of a Young Wife; Court Reports;
SlONOR BLITZ. LmnarTHAL., ewsrk.i. Edwin Forrcst; Theatrical News; Commercial apd
New Tork, Sunday, April 16. 18 ,--. Financial Intelligece,. &c., &c. ]
T-he News. The Ights of Neutrals.
Our adviots from Havana are to the 8th instaut. Had the position assumed by the British and
te particularly refer to the letters or our corrcs- French governments at the outbreak of the
pOndents, published elsewhere, for an interesting last war been thoroughly understood in this
rtunid of the Black Warrior affair. Many new iDc- country-and had we on our side takcn our
dents are brought to light.L The low cunning and stand from the first on the prinoiples we i |
intrigue displayed by the Captain-General and his tended to assert in the end-there cin be no
mabordinates in falifying the letters and papers con- doubt that an immense amount of bloodshed,
nected with this yet unsettled difficulty should ex-
dke our pity rather than our anger. The feeling of bardfhip and distress would have bees spared
American citizens will be one of regret that they to the American people. Both the calamities
have not a nobler and a manlier enemy to deal with, of the war, and the injury sustained by our
while the sarcasms of a most er-vile press npoan itl trade, our shipping and our manufactures
contemporaries here wil afford noh amurnemeut to might have-been averted or at least mitigated
cu readers, by an early acquaintance with the policy of
We give this morning reports of the proceedings foreign nations, and a determined pursuanace of
eT the Southern Commercial Convention at Charles- our own. The lesson we then learnt should
ton. The prominent feature of the session of Tuies-' not be thrown away now.
day was a resolution presented by Mr. Morton of The dangers of entanglement in foreign
Georgia, recommending the federal government to
afer itself as a mediator between the belligerent quarrels were almo t coeval with our birth as a
towers of Emurope, which the mover supported by a nation. As early as 1793. serlou3 attempt
apeeoh, remarking there is a responsibility rest- were made to fit out privateers in this country
ing upon us as a nation to exercise in this cu.e to crmise nrainsit British vereel]. Wa-hinglon'_
the great moral influence which we possessm to pre- wisdom averted the danger, and the celebraitel
serve the peace of the world." This is the flr.t proclamation of the 8Ith April fru-trated theta
time, we believe, since the commencement of the designs of the French, and pre-erved thl
1apending strngglein Europe that the subject has United States in aproperposition ofneutrality.
ijeen presented to the cbosideration of any consider- O forbe-rance war ill recompnsed in E.,-
able number of our citizens, and the deliberate la d
judgment of a respectable and influential hody like la. Our rights as neutrals acre po-iti,:ly
the Southern Convention will have its due influence, denied, and within six months after Wadling-
X we may form an opinion from the tone or the ton's proclamation, our vesz-el trading toI
imsaxks of Mr. Marshall, of Mississippi, there -eems France were seized, and our seamen impre4-ed [
to be little doubt but that the -morml influence" is Chief Justice Jay. who was sent to Englan'i
dedidedly on the side of the Czar. A motion was to remonstrate against these meaurey. stie-
made on Thursday to exclude the reporterof the needed in negotiating a treaty of neu-
liew York Tribune from the convention on account trality, wlih. was tery reluctantly ac-
oi the abolition tendencies of that paper, but, after eptied by thic- .i,..can ie-oprI. This wa- ri--
'a.picy debate, it was withdrawn. On Friday the ith di or hy i Fc ,
commiUee reported the project for a Pacific rail- tilly rrd ith dii the b icrtom,
aad. The points made are given in the report in who landed that the republic of the U*nitl
another column. States ought to have taken part witl tlie re-pub,
Jffhe tdipite between the rival printers of the two lie ol Frqnce ; and fresh depredutious wer coal-
ileosea of Congress--of which our correspondent mittld on Anmerican vr- -cl- by tire Fr-.ielh
ftrnishes "the particulars-is exciting considerable tiri;cers. Bickeringsi continued to occur be-
ipterest among the spoilsmen at Washington. The twe-n the tiuo nations tiduring the whole of
matter has been taken into court for settlement; buhot Wa-hington's adniiiuirtration. Mr. Monroe wa3
the people in regard to the subject are pretty much recalled from Paris in coireqrlue.e of his wAtIL
in the position of the wife who witnessed the fight ofzeal in advocating the rgiliht of ithe United
between her husband and the bear-they do not States; and M. Adet the French minister at
care which gets the best of it. Another interesting
tter from the" Man WotNominated Frunk Pierce" Washington withdrew to .his own court, with
-may be found elsewhere. mtuch thetr-ical di-play Finlally in 1797, Mr.
'News from New Mexico to the 30th ult., is receiv- Pinrckney was cxpclled from Prr, and the de-
ed. A party of Americans and Englshmen from prcdntions of the Freu(ch cruiiiers lIec.mtp more
El Paso had had a fight with a number of Mexicans, oppre-Eive thIu t reOr.
from Dona Ana. They were well armed, and had It ll hardly po.-ih!ce to qliprr)ve orf Lh? iol;'LY
twivo six pounders. Of course the Mexican.- fled, but by which Mir. Adam nnd his Cabinet, support-
leaving three dead on the-field. Such is life on the ed hy a feb-mn ma:orcy in Congres, agreed to
tiontier-parties marauding with six ponnders! The
American consul at El Paso had been brounht be- measures. The et of 177 (o
ane a magistrate for having said that Siata Ann.i which oar present act of ISli is a mere tran.
had sold part of Mexico and would pocket the pro- criti) was passed to prohibit privateerilug ; anl
Ceet*s. He was, however, allowed to depart, envoyE. were .,nt to France to be insulted aud
The Canal Comnmisioners yesterday determined decided in every way. A declaration of w.ui--
to have the canalsready for navigation on The flit backed by zom,; of P;nckney'3s million, for
qf May. Active measures have been taken to widen defenee"--mould have b,?c-n inmore a5prpriopr;.t
and deepen the Erie canal at its narrowest and shi. and euecei4.il. The Frentch continued to 4eize
lowest points to accommodate boats of an eu irged all Ameriean ve--e-ls th4it had -ralled front 3r1-
Hize. There is every indication of a heavy sp.a in h ports cr that w. r lde with iBrtr goedt.
lne. .In 179A. Congrem pal.-iLd a tim!d act, by wmy
S. Accounts from the West state that revere gale n i r
had prevailed on the Lakes for.several days. The. of reallatiou snupendinrg the commercial intr.- -
ibak BadgerState, propellerForertQueea, chooueri cori-se l etween lhe United Stales and France :,
Buckeye State and Luther Wright, loaded with rail- and measure.- of defence % ere taken on the ru-li-
zoad iron, lumber and merchandise, we-r. reported eulous belief that thie French were abc.Ott to
ashore between Presque and Thunder Bay Islan-sl invade th;b> country. Act idelit achieved
A telegraphic despatch from Boston states that vhrt the govur'nmcit had lacked the
the Cochituate Bank of that city suspended piy- energy to attempt. llortilites actually
lent yesterday, after a severe nra upon it up to r, oiimenced at sea. aid -vi'c-rnl Frencb ve-,c-ls
one o'clock. The securities of the institution are
considered good. An iojanction was obtained it were captured. Tires France -ought to po)--
the afternoon, and badiness will not be i slied tit,. Mr". Adams -c- ento c to Nap--li,,o.
until the commissioners report. an,, a li tdy of f-,LaLL no concludcd. witli,1ttt
By the report of the City Inspector il appear; ,t;ijtulutnitu in.lemnrh.y fii ther I-ut..h dc-prr-l.i-
thatthe annmber of deaths in this city fur the week Iec nlr con our lat-1 ninl veu-,1ls.
ending 15th inst. was 4AiP--P6 men, G8 women. 1W. 'fIhe .o-eret 01 thibi protupt .ettleinent of thl.-
boys, 128 girls. C'ounEmption carried uo' el. n. ditnicuily do.e' tont ic-'?ni to ra.e iVe ..iipr.-.e.ta-
flamnmtion of the launs 4,), smallpox i. mau,-mius ted by si[r. Jeffereon. Tuo years after his
8, convulsions (infantle) 53, croup 22. tlillborn 25. inauguration, war again broke out between
dropsy in the hetd 25. diair-hua S. Two Lhundred England and France; and Eo.la,,l again par-
and eighty-six of the whole nambher wc.,c trader r s hr d l f s or a
years (,f age. Eleven so-re natives of England. 75 u h ol p o s o e and
of Ireland. 3 of Scotlandl. 32 offGernany, ro France, inpresinig ciir seamen. Instead of declaring
2 of Holland, and rhe remaindr or il,: United war, ('nC: -ii lollohil :,.,J the importation of
State. certain articles of Britlih growth and mamnffac-
An anti-Nebra-ka meeting wvan hell in Trenton, turte,'ths 1,.,;i.h,-L this c'.int.';y as severely
N.J.. last evening, at which resolutions were as Great Britain. Mr. Jefferson was above all
adopted denouncing Jndge DLugt.i.i and applaud- .]i',,* anxious forpeaco with England; andhad
ing rhe cOu-se i-f Mr. Slteltoun, member of Con- Fox livcd. he would probably have attained his
_revo. In the morning an effigy of the Judge was object. Mr. Canning was less tractable; and
,frnnd suspended from the telegraph wires, whioh after many iL ^thi of:..--.ti-.t: ,,. the project
I-as cut down by order of tire Mayor.
A meeting of the Presidents uf the pirincipal of a treaty was abandoned. Great Britain
Southern railroads was held in Cbarlst-on. t. C.. on would not give up tier claims to impress
Friday, to perfect arrangements for expeduitng the British seamtn serving on board American ves-
mails twelve hou's between Washington and New lse. The bitter lI .Il'm between the two nan-
Drleans, to go into effect no soon as po-sible. tion- was increased by the affair of the Chessa-


A rumor prevailed on 'Change that the Arctic peaklce. Matters were brought to a head by the
was below, which tended to check traunaetri.-0n in Berli:u.l ati' l-Han decrees of Napoleon, the or-
breadstuffs, and which, wIll, the ex,:cption of corn, dcrs U. i util ,Ithe British government, adl
realized aboat the ad, sauce claimed by c .llors the the embargo laid on our foreign trade by Con-
previous alternoon. The light stock of ln-ar check-
ed purchases for shipment. Indian corn closed at gTess. These measures, which destroyed the
about five (ents per buclu.l higher than belobre the comne-ecd of all Ut eoc conntriez and bore with
late fricigr, news. Cotton 'MaE U4eutled and ver) peculiar severity on. thc peopl.- of the United
idull. Pork was better. -- ak .i d ,-'rd r.pjtcfrhostility in the minds
S]It wasatepi l I thit i-iIeCs nrTC likely ii trythe 0f Ameicatns against -he belleirCn-l; and as
overland trade bctn..en H-rnrb.arg and Prussian Great Britain was far .-,ttl.r able to carry her
poits gid the Rueian riontir, b:ith as regarded orders into effect than France her decrees, our
,e-x(j ;i.-nad inp.,rtr. I resentment was chiefly directed against the for-
Tri'ire hjlu-tiou rec-ntly gr.mnled 2 .i -t the Crys- mrpower. When Mr. Foster therefore distinctly
atl I'alac Ao,,:atioj. on applicatI o ,t on D. rtatedon behalf of the British government that
B1 tlMn. was yu. ,:.it o]lvcl.mi .oe, )fEmi- 'Great Britain could not admit as a true de-
ft) the a-tuaur r-.,1.oi 1-1 thei Cinrudi --ioneu -n111
ji-rii.. it !,pekao thiait tlty roehletul -rting thl e l cl.iuLiMrof public lawthatfree shipsmakefree
year le53 the 4t1110 of ',J,,61I 88; aud the expendi- goods," there was a large majority of the na-
*in>- fr IH.-:- r",J r.ci od 'were 539,070 15. The tion in favbr of war. War was accordingly de-
,, iii,' i ', '. -: u*' ,'-w 2:,o4;9,4- elarcd: it is only to.bho tf-grettcd t0t i term-


,", iiio-t ar adj.stneut ',,l hciiiu 'o:ery lct 1l.tv.. -, Au-ding' individuals asking it hre for the cause of England, when, so TI Tm o (;I-, titf Lo.-c.1A ,I .H R EA.N. aon.
-I;% iL60* u tan" a ii[ "E.. .. d r2c tiu rg t.,orr a '. ,ilk'.l--Uel alwing ,a+c t o[x-A Con.
rom which it arose. for thle Ire adolicy atd the several oliques icm as Ameroaurn sentiment is -foirme on l i-. ,, a Pa .-u c iu it hro ..i..t 'w- --e.,
T osu m up in on sen tence V ie fiore ,oi gn ar ui ort / ..I .u .,u o io(-a .n-.r m ".....in ....ia ..i.s ts y~t ie i- .
To sum up in one sentcnc, te foregoing n- .ipcrll ,them il view of to spoils. This tiec point, it m;.y develop itself in ex-actly a nua.lI r ,, .'z .n ..- I. i,-i,,,,u1-1.>. ,0ih;1jt-4tLL
atlo, our vessels were seized, sold and search- eoch o i.ivi unat a-.id falov ,was woj ccuitrary dlrcc'Vn" or at all rvrts it will .11. ho as .t a i n ;n ii,z nu wYa,.,. TheNci.
I%: _b pnity by ".gr, whim 1 ,v' diwital 6 fL.t Yorke,.uc 1,3 ts e.irh I ,- ,.-i- uhe ht L 13-,sni ta-.. ...l
d i'L iipuity by foreign 1pr;iaC2rS, whein .-p wAh the scrub rac- 'b--twaoa Jaekleoa, strictly .,'.|il i th. :,plpr..: ..... -reat trug- Yorc i .. i., l. pl.i- l
Ye were at peace, for a period of nineteen A ,ms, Clay iand Crawford, in 18214. The le'- gic among the powers of Europe. edificers ,. ;an, N;l,-i.o. ir.,-I ieo M'iotrl.a..un oelet,
.ears. Now Fra-c, now England t the onof ACa hiiby the Houucof'.Jra. stifo .r.i 'l, d. ., a '01 ....-.
'Leithrcaetrh, e rn.o Auonrslr-tht"!n '0ffit-9 fin Tns 01,17Y CERTAINTY 'IN "I", llluit0l'AN either iu i turs s"ued.a-11 t I- uUS 1ti0 uj-NJM(-tLt
a I I 1,828..;i eithercasethe r.-,il .._.u- 1.1n, precipitated a new ouer of thigs in 1828. 1 WA Out-of the many speculations suggested o1fthes uiNu,,-. au .0 .i -,p r -:, aud ndJ..,swhy
so far as we were concerned. The motety 6E1, With the election of Gen. Jackson in that year t, atire a oach of that great conflict which tSre is nothing cf the sort at homs
blcod we Epent in 1812 has -ot betterieLA oul a formidable schedule of democratic measure i. ,' ap. r of erecise uch a powerful influencei Herehoegets aceommeoa.tions f.., h,l, .r --n.'faa.ly
condition in th least. To this day the ritrt touching our internal affairs was inauguratel. s dre t oef eesei, seu athwo luene superior to those far whichtheyy .,'14 It -I! yir.u;nelso
eoi o f[ e.. *- a ,m -, ,- I ve th futur de.. tinies^ of the world, there is tede. When.b her- .es 0l --t b
.. ,. .. U~tl" n .Intft u~~t.& 'InmLonalou. When ne bears sonmo0 he 'ill "I..,oi lLe]
of seizing and searchng our ve Ues is c04i med The bank question, the pu. lic land question, presents anything like a charac Ne York palaces b even more astnih. H i
by foreign nations' as a part of their rig'Ats as internal improvements an I the tariff question ter of certainty and that is tie speedy down- told that the coat of the building and land or the Saint. "
fallP. P .... .th of eTrkm pe, m erowh ndtissolasor... "a o.e m ot u m"theu-aat
belligerents. The very declaration by .which were made the landmarks dividing the two -1- of ctai and ohtrto Which tdolas Hotel u onetmel,,. ..unl oude hunlr,,i thunu-and
England waves these rights "for theVpresent"- great parties which were organized from the side the victory remains, e ib t that of Russiac, t nhLears; ixth huret-.', -,,a -ad r.aL un.uy t .ruod
.- . 11C I a s .C A in .v e. e b r io fhodpr -e x i tin g p ar t e s. h eh ere are six h u n d re d rc o ,,;n %a d tw o L n l~ u
nlrr sthrm .,hat,,llyasMr.C aIningever debris of the old.pre-existing paies. The with interests and resentments to gratify, or eighty-four servants of an kinds. Connectedb,t ib.-
did. only extraneous relief to the protracted strug- that of England and France, with professions building are seventeen magnificent shops, where all sorts
No Axerican can think over trese facts with- gle upon a purely domestic policy'which fol- of friendship and protection to test, the result of trade is carried on. The gas is made on the premises,
cut anxiety and uneasiness. rngland's reser- lowed between the Cemocratic and whig par- will be the same. The doom of the Sultan is adi the hotel is furnished with nearly te-wo thousand
ratios inicat ver planly nglad's ights. The votaries of tUdo-enad Soyer- woiul,!gaze with.
rations indicatevry plainly that a time might ties was the Mexican war and the Oregon and sealed. The maritime Powers may be said to delight out the well supplied table and magnificently
come when, in the language of Mr. Foster, she Eastern boundary question-the democrats, like be now in possession of Constantinople, and arrayed ukitchenas. Nineteen coaches are attached to the
could not afford to dispense with any of her the old republicans, being the progrcssiye and o g due them to ive p their hold housefor the.urp-cn-iin gsanteir-
unstring will induce them to 'give up their hold house, 'for the purpose ,-Ic u, n -eui it guestoand their- -
belligerent rights.' A new ministry might res- successful war party in behalf of the expansion of it as long as there is reason to apprehend luggage to and from theorailway .,taioni 0.a1.,iminh;p.
iand the declaration of last March as easily of rcpultllchiaa in;iplr. an attempt on the part of Russia to appropriate lernopraetors sustain and p ni a p;rte..; the
as Mr. Canning violated the treaty made by The year 1854 opens a new epoch in our po- to itself any portion of the Ottoman territo- of s taircases and eoionades are brilliant with Brs-
Chief Justice Jay. Ought we not to anticipate litical history. The schedule of measures which ri-e. As this has been the settled policy of seis- carpeting, the parlors glow with m;r;,rr.
so likely anu occurrence by endeavoring to place divided the whig and democratic par-lit- for a that Power since it began to take rankc amongst and are resplendent with beauty. In r, :t, the
our relations with the Western Powers on some quarter of a century being settled, and both the nations of Europe, and as she is certain to whole establishment is a. community by itself,
more secure footing than a declaration of ,,her parties being hopelessly demoralized and follow it out under all risks and circam- and itsa population is often equta to that of a.
Majesty's intentions for the present?" Wc have broken np by the slavery question and the tncs, the only thing that would save the l country town. The harge for nlla th.a
ttj,... ,luixury is, two dollars and fifty bents per djent,. and the
good reason to know that the propriety of spoils, there must be another reorganization Trukih empire from the fate that awaits compui.ou-y hausrut scrln' to servants, which is sO
some such overture has not escaped Mr. hu- of pa ti''-i-w- parties, with new principles it would be the defeat andl dismember- great a nuisance in English fashionable hotels, is un-
chananis notice; and were it notfor the lio:l;li'- aI d tdi.- p,.itu'oriii, for the approaching camn- n:cnt of'Russia itself. This contingency is not known.
ty and jealousy with which he is regarded at paign of 1850.6 And it is in this condition of aiongM the chases of thd future, and therefore etropolitan is as almagiient establihmet,
tyon and hi~csef hi, utuey a ,nd thrfAaits freestone front is almost as ..out,, ul rs the
Washington, we think it likely that he wbuld things that the European crisis, with all its the maritime Powers must keep permanent pos- white marble splendor of the Saint Nichl.uu tIig bhouae
succeed in obtaining better terms from the immeasurable consequences, comes upon us. session of Turkey, either in quality of masters has four hundred rooms. Its cost was half a million,
British government than those already offered No man is fool enough to suppose that the in- or protectors. It will be the object ofIRussiato and theftnura et.rt.iUc,'mc uir upt.)teiitciwhina.ired
to neutrals. What he may do, hampered by dependence of Turkey is the question at issue drivethem out of the Ottoman territories as 'bou'un-i mnark Its 't, r .w"- -Celo.r Du.namra two
narrow-minded instructions from home, and between Russia and the Western Powers. The speedily as possible, and to accomplish this she. ndred and twenty five. All the work of the hose is
I speedily aspsiladt copihti h aterially assisted by a kr-ge and powerful steam en-
thwarted in every important movement by the fate of Turkey is already scaled. Whatever will make any sacrifices. Secure of the co-ope- gIne. There are ninety suites of rooms, which are fitted
petty spite of the Secretary of State, we .are may be her ultimate ite, she is at present buit ration of the German powers, as soon as she is up in a style which would shame some royal residences.
unable to say. One thing is certain: the time the joint dependency of England and France. prepared to move an army on to the Rhine, it The parlors, sleeping rooms, bath rooms, etc., are very-
for obtaining from Great Britain a complete re- The war is for the balance of power in Europe. is probable that she will make a simultaneous conveniently arranged in both establishments. The ho-
tel business is considered profitable, ana the expenses of
nunciation of her claims under the old law of It will be a bloody war-it may be a long War; advance in that direction and towards Constan- uses s e roitab Saint Nichols -
nations is the present and if Mr. Marcy or anud it cannot fail in producing contingencies tinople, so as to divide and distract the atten- ary from seven hundred to one thousand dollars per
President Pierce, from mean motives of per- and exigencies which will give a controlling in- tion of the allies. We shall then see whether diem.
Emal ambition, prevent the success of a nego- fluence to our domestic politics, the French Emperor will be able to sustain By these statistics all persons familiar with Enolish
tiation set on foot with that end, the blood to The American people are brave and goner- himself against the combined action of the Revo- .nd Continental hotels will see that our hotels, if they
behereafter spilt in defence ol our rights will ous; but they will be cautious in their sympa- lutionary party and Russia. He can no longer are nt eydsmpa s thigh ice oe unp
Alleled.. The Englishman pays a high pric- re, lodiring,
be upon their heads, this, and against the disturbance of our present count upon England once the Cossacks cross toots, and a candle; ha eats a cold breakfast in his .
The European War-ts Probable f policy of perfect neutrality. We do not sym- the Rhine. True to her old instincts, the latter apartment, for which he must pay another high price,
uponPolanWiPar iesIls ntheUnitled States. pathize with Russia, nor even with the Western power will accept the bribe of Egypt andlCan- and dines in isolation and frigidity at a restaurant or a -
etub. Everything jsu"exitra." He c.annot get at or-r.
It may be safely predicted that the fearful Powers to any great extent, the straggle be- di, and leave Louis Napoleon to the tender y's in London for two guineas what is cheerfoly given.
war which is about to burst upon startledEn- tween them being for the whip-hand of mercies of the modern Tamerlane. at the Saint Nicholas or Metropolitan -'for half a.
rope will work out many changes in-the p4liti- the continent. But behind these great Pow- guinea. So universally is the superiority of our
cal map of that belligerent continent, and eras there is a third party, which Mnay be- APROLEM ORE KOTT TAN THE EAST- hotels acknowledged abroad, that the most libeualf offers
mightyrevolutionsin its ancient dynasties and even more powerful in the end than all ERN QuESTioN.-At a time when a pseudo rell- have been made to several of oar hotel keepers to estab-
political and'religious systems. These things the governments in the field. It is the rovo- gious question is setting one half of the world lish hotels on the American plan in London and Paris.
are so distinctly foreshadowed in the gathering lationary party, waiting the favorable moment to cut the throats of the other, it is consoling Since this time our hotels have improved fifty per cent,
are ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~fn that therefoesadwe fthsgthr and the pnySwacati class houses of- three years-_- CLM ago are obscuredrt d~ghose o theeyersag ar osere,-
elements of the impending convulsion that to play their teiwible part in the bloody drama, to find that there are men freshly occupying byand themagnificencelass housesof the St.eNicholasa and arropol-i.
their ultimate fulfilment can scarcely be que3- Here we have suggested the possible question themselves with the speculation as to what is tan: The possession of hotels like these is a luxury.
tioned. Nor is it likely that the effects of this of neutrality or intervention on our part, raised to become of the souls of these unfortunates which is t.1,ll in reserve f-r our Cootinental friend.
flaking up of the rotten monarchies of the Old among our adopted .citizens, and seized upon after they have quitted their earthly mould. They can, however, come orer and enjoy them aibh us.
Worl will be limited too the rEastern side of by hungry politicians for electioneering pr- Religious zeal having furnished a pretext for The coming season promise Lo be one of (.traordina.ry
Worldthe wholesale butchery of the human species, gayety. W be limited to the Eastern side of by hungry politicians for electioneering pr- la e are to have wo opera houses, a new music
the Atlantic. Great political changes will fol- poses. hall, six or eight theatres. Jultenu i6 cumin I-_,bak to get
low ia this country, in th reconstruction iof At all events, the old political parties of the it is but fair that religious charity should en- sentimental over the sea .re a Castle Garden, Bar
political parties, and in their principles, pt- country, and their old platforms and oldissues, deavor to provide some assurance against the nam has taken hold of the Crvystaal Palace. Genin Till see
forms, measures and movemeir principlests are done away with. There must be a reorgani- dread uncertainty to which it is about to con- that our principal promenade is clean, the Broadway
This reorge anization of our political nation of parties, and a reconstruction of their sign so many victims. And yet edifying as shopkeepers will out-doall their previousachievements
This reorgamzationrof our politicalprties platforms of new timber, for 1856. The drift has been the late polemical discussion at the in splendid stores and mronificent gopds, na [st, the
will be shaped mor in reference to theforein most extraordinary facilities wil be offered for the
wpllbeshpe of inrefenc to tof events in Europe, we therefore contend, from Tabernacle, as to the truth or falsity of the sp g of as much mone- a, tid rHnil r, flying from
policy of the -government than upon sectional rp ugo smc o6,a iidtiirfyn rm
orinternal auctions of economy Hereafterio heir piersure.upon us, in a thousand possible doctrine ofendless punishment, we fear that we- the weas and rumors c-f warrs in Europe, can mAnage l i
the position of the government upon ouf for- contingencies, is destined to give shape and are no nearer the solution of this knotty ques- bringwith them. They winll be well entertined at th- -
eign elations wll be paramount, and will on- color in a controlling degree to the measures tion'than we were at the commencement of the St. Nicholas and Metropolitan Hotels; and sach Is -the
eign trol the movements ofwill be paramount, andhe will contro- andprinciples touching our foreign policy antd eight days argument of the controversalists. latitude allowed that they may be as exclusive or as
trol the movements of parties, and the loatr--11 Ueal as thEy plesae Wnhn the Eiropean wars are -
versies which may agitate our national our next Presidential campaign. We shall It is to be regretted that so much eloquence erer Lhey canh return with sums newr-ess as s.totrue.
eletionis. During the past few years t watch the developments of the tremendous and research, aswas displayed on this occasion, crvlizaion, andu perhaps my ube brought to believe that
old disiugrt ntg tIe arm-rie- -feyr Len th-n struggle Into whioh alLEurope is invited with should have led to no more sati-factory results-; reOnement and rcpublicani-ui are oriften fuoi hand in
tlo at parties of, Iho day have ee a ee to our rights a a free people, our but Messrs. Westcott Ard Stwver may cora- ..
-ubiaulially oblite-ru.ted. Theyno loner \.0- dignity and honor am a nation, and oar duties fort themselves with the reflection that as PolUce IneUligenee.
st. The shrewdest politician cannot tell what as a republic, peace ormwar. none have previously succeeded in throwing A sOa.nwAv Dny coons iroma ROBBED LT BUR- -
it. The" shrewdest politician cannot tell what, light o the subc,,e wo c e, afe te.I M-A BOLD AI.it-l--2,0100 wornU OF PaO
now constitutes the difference between a whig AUERICXOPN ONO ON THB WAR IN EUOP. light on the subject, none who come after them PESTA STO.LEN. .
and a democrat, or what makes a whig or -We publish elsewhere a curious letter, which are likely to be more fortunate. Although thaee eDuring r eiday nigh.t,. bdrygood woy.r.Ui, I.tcer
I democrat. The great internal questions appeared in the London Times of the 9th ult., arguments of the "damnation" advocate were & LaLe, iaed aN. 41 Boadway, tered
.,(.,..a, 4,, " ,. '*'* ., ,, .. 'marked by all the force and earnestness that S b'urglars, and calsi..n crape*"ii 0ih *niinu
of the tariff, the bank,-the sub-treasury, and in- and purports to have been contributed to that by all the force and earnestness that burglars, ari Cat rraeJ n aw-. the rog t i mne pro.
--n~ear 5 l-su,,,,,a'. rr, rrir I rw.iu-' i-s the r-'gsO-i toe pro-
ternnl improvements, have ;.:-eii, i.ic.irll yset- journal by its New York correspondent, Mr. generally characterize extreme opinions, we pr;et, rs of this siore o,.l rira precaution to fortify-
tled. The attempt of the administration, to Charles Edwards Lester. The letter describes are bound injustice to state that the sympa- their store against the attack, of burglars, by e cti.ag
make the Nebraska bill the new e of party in animated if not in sophomore language the this of the audience seemed generally speak- powerful iron doors nd uinw butter. However, the
dmarctio apearsa to veec the er aodi ar yat n aite sm pa t whc al rankg ah ing, to incline to the reasoning of his opponent. burglars have of late adopted a much easier manner ofr.
d emarcation appears to have excited only the extraordinary empathy which all ranks and found e s un- affecting an entrance than by assaulting sog iron
disgust and contempt of all parties for the classes of individuals here feel for the cause in charitable e nough to assume from this that doers or window shutters, a.s willn be seen by the syeonia
folly, the stupidity, and imbecility which insti- which England and France are engaging in the caale eough to assume rom this adopted in this burglary :-This store extend, from
gated the foolhardy experiment. Eastern war. To this representation of Ameri- there were more sinners than saints amongst Broadwayto Mercer street, and by its side on Mercer street
tAthe foolhard expeimen, their auditors. However this may be, it is cer- is the private stable of Dr. Cheeseman. It was in ,hisasIa
At this stage of the demoralization, dissola- can opinion on the subject of the war in Europe tain that the picture drawn by Mr. Westcott of ble thaL the bu rglars first entcied, and from the hay loft.
tn.. -. ,. i* r1 4 tantate oictu- wewn ay nr- Wsc t heyf clure d t ai bole-irouptir artheibickd waitdinto thestor10e.
tion, and confusion of our old political p.rtici, we. enter a decided protest. We deny its ac- rosective-doom of the theyc .I.pedah ole ihroub h thebrick wrallinf o the store.
the momentous and comprehensive imbroglio of curacy in every point of view, and pronounce the prospective -doom of the unrighteous was It isuppr.ed the robbery .wre pressed for time, or hod.
e s d e o 0 c i e p o a not calculated to excite very comfortable feel- been asiarmed in rome way as they had taken from the ,
the European nations opens a new fieldfor the it from beginning to end to be a grcss misrepre- ings in the minds of his hearers. Wrapt up in shelveald r i requantitr 'y Ie thnfiest black silk, which
active enterprise of our statesmen and politi sensation. laid in a.tudi.:.,r-aiy ro I-u carried off. A carriage wa-
active enterpsais oftt our statesmen and poiti- proower othe intensity of his own speculations, he seemed noticed by the police to be standing In Merc r street, a
clans fall factions and classes. The public In proof whereof, we refer to every occasion t ee io a n pl u t es a edor or two from the stable, which is supposed to have
,,, , . ,. T. 1 * i 1 to peer into and plumb the depths of a cer- boon in the employ of thec roLlbcra lo conIve awray the
mind will have something for dis tio, re. on which American opinion has ha an oppor- ta nameless abyss with a sort of scientific betolengoods. in the emplanoy of Ihe rcra Ihis convey awa no doubthe
stolen goods. The plan Ino cuicr ibis stare hra-. no doubt
election, and ultimate action, as the phases tunity of being expressed ,ince the commence- t n been arranged by the burrrirs for some tim- past, antia
of this continental conflict may suggest es- meat of the imbroglio. We refer to the discus- confidence that reminded one forcibly of the mstfalmy night kotheventeinetion was fewdayspriothe
sential changes and modifications of our sionus in Congress, at public meetings, and in linsWen -- to Tartars to the robbery IWo gentsl.I I.,oklog men tisfted the
"Whn--- t Tatars gtistore, and asked lo be Fl,own Ihic, shawl department,"
relations- with the European Powers. Con- the columns of the press. And, from these and That huge and warm gasometer, and after examinng reril tehawls, remarked to the
r m n of ip ww he no h t a- th d fo "Good Lord I" quoth he, "how wondrous hot clerk in attendance thi.t thy- wcul br ag their wives to
ii uo vr .-I involving to ns the issue of peae other me of of information we have no hesita- Oh, whore is my thermometer I" make a selection. Itis tno-.- us[,poitd that thiee two men
or war, neutrality or intervention, war- tion in concluding that the New York corres- in are concerned in the burgynry and called merely to a3.
, ,.v T, Dit- ABsorC's CoiECryov oF EGv s AS ~irr.-An certain the location of the ,tirl department, mr: the fast
like uJun.\.liCu of neighboring provinces, or pondent of the London Times has statedthe adshrow committee a nte hathon eert a the burglars ni...Je Ihe first decent on lthe
adjourned meeting of the committee appointed to concert shawlshowillhe brlr .,,ethereafirsr dese n
their acquisition through the tedious forms of reverse of the actual state of things. He has measures for the purchase of this valuable collection was order topreventi the entrance'of burglars, to adoptisome
~dil.,niy--iict, eof blockade, confiscation, committed the same error as another American, held last evening at the stuyvesant Institute. Dr. Fra- means whereby the easy method of breaking through '
inpressment and privateering, may yet grow- now on lhe other side of the Atlantic, the Che- cis presided, and Mr. 0. M. Curtis was appointed Secre partyy wall can be prevented.
As-re.t of Bsr.-flarc.--Ou Thursday night, officers Brad -
out of tire perplexities snd retaliations between valier Webb, has since made both at the din- traot -rotcou. Theo chairman announced that the oev. Mr burn and Tucker, of the Twenty-first warr, isrrtsld two
the urpa beli A t n c ncr tal of Bt i tr a in the Thompson had consented to deliver an address upon the young men, calling themselves Charles Johnson aad~
the European belligerents. A thousand con- nr table of British Minitrs and in the subject of Egyptlanntlqutltes, at the contemplated public ThrassFlood, whom the officer., caught in the act of
tingencies may happen requiring our govern- columns of the London Times. Both have dis- meeting, which would probably boheld very soon. Several btring treto ant stor aviuaed ae atcored parfieshire-
ecnt to assume a more positive and active, played a want of judgment that cannot easily other clergymen would address the meeting. It was conveyed to the station hobs, and in the nmoraig take-n
position than that of submissive neutrality ; be explained. The letter of the one about announced that the sum subscribed up to the present before Justice Stuart, who committed them in prison
and tirus the European war will exert a pars- American sentiment is quite on a par with the time amounted to $20,000. Several letters were read Anothfer Eurpla Arres-ted-At about 12 o'clock on
influence in our American polities and -lucubrations othe other on privateering. from private individuals; expressing their interest in the Thursday night, officer Ivens, ,i l he tieverth ward, dia-.
mount success of the work in -which the committee were en- covered that burglars had f.-icej an entrance into the.
in te aud rkcples thenewpar I sme en-ncegrocery store of' Mr. Siituiuvi Parkhikl, situated at the
in the measures and principles of the new par- Each has doubtless enjoyed some measure of aged. The meeting adjourned, after a very brief ses- corner of avenue D oat i db street The burglars, it
ties which will be organized for the next Presi- success in deluding the British people. The sion, to Monday evening, seems; had carried off a few bundles of segar. and ab.'iit
dental campaign, task is so easy that the supposition reflects n- T^rr MAor I.NKu--A hOveiO' Tripnn-We hese saw.tnreethugmeen, hon he-thlbh rlooued oficr-
A glance at ourt pa-t political history will I very high credit our our countrymen. British taken aome days to examine a superb volume whioh, cdous;-,it], a' h.: apprc.acl -i them, they started and tan-
Ioff. *c iur'ued thor., en-] suiceedod In oaptering one
show, that our foreign relations penling a E statesimlen and the British press are so hopeless- bess-ing the above comprehensive title, has just been who calls himself Andrew Petriet On hIs person were.*
European war have uniformly controlled tlh. l'y igoc-rant of Ansericuu aldirs atid the ti-ne issued* at Philadelphia. Although briefly announced found faire keys, candle and matchbsa-vry suspleious
S ,in the Sunday HERuAs of 26th February, it comes before articles. He was suspected of Icing one of iro burglars
policy and the fortunes of onr political parties, s sources ot Amterican information, that the us without prelimer y flourish of book selling tram- who entered the store, and w-.' ranieyed before Jus.
lIce Stuart who committed hrim ti, prison fi,.., further
During the last years of the French republic merest tyro in diplomacy can persuade them pots, and its appearance on our table is so entirely un- hearings. p .
of the Jacobins their depredations upon Ameri- ii,:, ili,,= he pleases about this country. It will alloyed by the noise and circumstance of puffing that A Dueennest Coartman.-Ou Friday, a cartmnma named
can commerce so far provoked the wrath of the barely.be believed, for in-tulace, thiat soon after the ,atlsfaction with which we welcome a book of such huiseh Thospeon, -se arrests t chaingd r'iih diling
~~a purse containing $351, in haul. tt aol ron Ibc~.te pro-
elder Adams and the federal party that had the election of Louni Napoleon, Lord Palmers- calibre and nerit is not a little enhanced by'the unpre- ] erty of Sir. Jooetum Ater, rsiidtng In 12ith atr-s-tt
thecy been sustained by a sufficient tbree inu ton actually engagedi ihi Chevalier Ws-kotf, tenrdimng abruptness of its advent before the world of Hiarlem. It seems'that Mir. .\,ke.J en ngod the scan-ed
ecirnce, religlon, literature, theology, philanthropy, to move some furniture, and in ,Le bureau drawer he
found the punrse containing lire money. whl,-uh the bt-:
Congress there would very likely have been nass -...:r. i iil,:,na:itl.l *,,,,t at a salary of 300 nuegrophulismandpolitios. therefrom andabsented himself. Whona the psr..e we
a declaration of war against France. But a year. ile wat sent to Paris, s.pclally on- Truly, "Types of Mankind" is a work in all respects missing, the ecrtman was suspected, search was made
the republic-an party, headed by Mr. Jefferson, trusted with the duty of keeping the American worthy of our ege and honorable to oar country. It is fbr ht whereabuts, and Officer Oankec of the lnt
Ward, took him into custodly. On his person when.
,,- rrpalihi-d with the French republic and the and Freruch press straight on matters of public unique in conception, emarkable "in execution, and in eearebed was found nearly all the stolen mohey. The
~the thoroughgoing and out-spoken meaner in which it prunr~er adtittied hisgulltt and Justice Bogart commit-:
republican principles upon which it was pro- importance ; and likewise to keep Lord Pal- g stories at the root of historical falsehoods, clerical iguor- led him rt irtr'l .
claimed, as conta~adistinguished from the di- merston well informed of matters transpiring ance and philanthropieal humbugs. At the same time Coroners' Inqeuesta.


vine right of Lo "' set up by England and the in the French capital. He was further to use it 1places the "Study of 'Man" upon philosophical foun- A BOy Dpow is05 A CauE.aR-Csmaat- Yumoat s
other allies of the Bourbons. The disastrous his influence-which was believed to be prodi- nations, new as they arc noble, and durable as they are AGAEr T" OwmNsIU or nma Paoety.L-Ooroner O'Don-
filure of Mr. Adams and the fcderaists, in at- gious-to advance Lord Clarendons project of sim role. We congratulate the authors and the iontribu- nell yesterday held an inquest at No. 193 Wi i Forty.-
tors r u n their learned performances, the publishers b third street, on the body of a boy, eight years of age.
t mi iu-. to establish the Cllinese policy of ex- an Aul.lAlt.i.. il alliance. How the Cheva- the extreme beautyof their typography and Illustra- nmedCharles A. Gingled whose body was found In a
elusion and espionage utinder the alien and sedi- licr earned his 4500 a year, and whether he was ions, tougther with the American public generallywt- well he. stated n a cellar on thand prei N.
our Fouthern friends especially, that it Is now really with- well hole. situated in a cellar on the premises Noi. 7
tion laws, was in a great measure due to the as snccessfutl in watching the movements ol in the power of every man to understand the utilitarian West Fouty-third street.
tli.ihnn ,u ,feil nr.l-gy. r1ns. Lydia Ann Smith tvoified before the Cornner that
quickened sympathies of the republican party, parties in Paris ais lie was in managing the I,,.r', liiltI-r.r,.. Woeasaureour readers thateach thaedeccusedwas person. ibiton Thursday afieornoaon.
excited by the terrible conflicts of the French American press, we are unfortunately unable of thentl men din it has done fall justIce to his abnt h, -,Eht hr u n at play ina the hp-h
tndiua fame:-- rC-u, s,-ic if thu, .lrr, I frr-.L~ng the C u ar in whieh he
revolntiov. Again, from 1812 to 1815 the two to ayv; for the scrape int o which he contrived ,,T') fi s.rhikna ..r Etiin'.i..,t- i Relsrhot.'. bui ,i' -'S [,,I-t-c. alter treu o'clock tihe child ws miss.-
".' i. : r' t ,. stihntr ui-tiiu-.nIo t[.aluitii u tlptua i, a-. J t iC /,, ..ul 11. totl was [ut fOu h ui t il >ti he neat y.
grcait parties of the country were organized to get at Genoa cut short his connection with l,,i .- ,ir--til 1.1 i:,,n .A,.Bu e..lr-0propi. i.h11. \ iI,-wy i-a. 10 nding of ihe by in t h
M -,- I-I, i t 3ud'I]o'tra cy -.-tutu- r,1 .r ,-., i 1.6lt thtiAt0 tdlng of the buy in the
nnd actedupona policy .ihlih r for or iiiu.t Lord Palmerston, and terminated his oflcialdi- i1;. ..', Cc sr t, u u a'.'o. irs.rt,. ,n., Dtr).lat-a caller Aci-lLtuohtdingNo ] SWe-tFortythirdsBTeet, n
l t~~~~~': 1 -.0 (,, atI1-1 ~ ul'l ''lte" a VtL~ i lled 910111111tinter, yank in one eorniror ofth.e
the w ar, and in this cont rovers the federalists; plomatic careerr." The lesson he taught Lord 1.,, r. 1 A 1di'..- r c ttb i.... i m Prl-, L ,\t,liin. c .iti s 1ui.,. cili Ul is u ,ii, rund 1 none gorne ,ooth,
i i i I ,--"t l..r eiI r a-irtii-.. 11 .r. in A P tra,, L a.1ti eliio lit' .n r cbild hr], ina-n iod haey gone inLtoth1
as a party, were utterly destroyed. As in the Palmuerston seems however to have been lost on LU ',, M iLn, l.,la'R r.dO..1 an-R I Gh.'..- ili\pnisnAddAroiu-d. Iu- rrc drenld tht following
L J. rP, t i .,, GlA! ,,o lh.dt ,'|. LR l t ,:t rrll t --"'vbs dro eaituid. I .C m o adlo i deth by dollo in
lirst French revolution, their sympathies were the British government. We now hear of Lortl !`i, U..'t ini d '* Ler. t :ii. vnl in t fr-hefid c..nolo hia doth by drfel*n.
feiu' ai (t] t UbOi o Ltri[iO aLplu mrt. svrh' --id, dr, ri'- r," tat hi ethe o be drot .vn- o
with England 'and the conservative checks of Olarendou and Lord Palmer4ton ilriiit.- to tnt ...u r .i u.. r, r, a.rt itirrayattheocrn- tsof
iuruSat ..uihecktou, \er,-, -ruk curl"-i ,1,CAt u -f,.178"It Forrythir t atait ireocen
I',rU i i IM-r;, Ut 71) 1
monarchicatl power. They held thliat a reason- Chevalier Webb, and taking his word for that nt'all, .u.,ruOar ,.,cC" n-,i trre i3',PI-II,, ii rt flee e.Lin asurl, i iho r nsa c trihe unsafe rdt, e, eld bullt.ln
able degree of liberty was incompatible with of Ith,.. toelii itl people, when the Chevalier IS a |, t ct..l ,, .,ri .-v,,.' l..-m ..,i .. isit-,,, Etl'baru ,t. a,'. Iun lo-1 .D r[,ii or A licrl--vhtllan
Ir'I'wuS r ,Iiitrod c~s -ru mu,- LUcia i,.n t -,s tr l a rust I- cur 'rout.IJ [ijrm Istui in- ,i, r tihilsl yeatc r l,y bet mt
popular sovereignty, and so they fell before actually ignorant of the laws of his own coun- i ci,,I....r r inueAt otl No 210i Iet Thhiitc.Ea t iect o. tihe body
I," he Londo exra --i g L c ri i ( llu,-ihui ri-C0ilni .1 tuL irr ..r of bhesic- rI ia cbilul lbio ..t aibOf Ri,1 cams-itIJ mos C--logun, whose
there judgmentof the people. try. I r he London TiCes, too, publishes extra-* i..r, t iuii. i,.;rb itL i.nui .i. *a.,I nit irot.rve only i oith ith tey,mr(uOd fofn llti ic imts..l a abottin, rtihoae
..e i' ntudgmentof 1 ts&IILI t 0 hIe6 ilpeople. ."- LA
From 1816 to 1828, the federal party bsiV g an- vagant-nrd ttbsurd letters from its New York i '"i ti-i, m t-lc -u, .n.- ,.au fh,'".,.,u its nature fricl,-rit-u,s!l.oui It mu-itee'r.-irkev.,.:. ,.e ,thit
r 't"',., -mr l 5itin-iawill n-uannft p;,rsr, ', the lffi .ts , r, h,,t E ,1 l.: ,, i- ',Til ,,,- c I ,- a I,'.
: l la ot+ ,,',.;: : ,',1,-.-, :4,',, o r at P+,:.1'."t + +n'!+.t y f! ,










1-rn


m<'lalwhlch was Mr. Colo
Mfo Eakail for drink ; they
aboal the bottles in the stoe
matd Il. getting them out
led, hurled back into he stoo
nely strunck thoe chIld on t
aecture. The pMor child lin
dled In consequence of the
lhe follow'iita vcr]let utoThH
death by structure of tho s
Irom a wise botte, theuai
the j
A FAIl. MiriAKit.-SPiRlTUA
a- toremor Wilhelm yealotlay l
of Mrs. Dorl, o. o108 Boweo
JDem, a native of Now Ynrk
pofeseion a daguoerreTotypin
aldminaiterng to himself
It seem by the eOidoneOof Wi
Clereased was keownt to him f
ewassied had been In the habit
purpose of enjoying Its airl
three o'clock on Friday aft
ceased- be then appeared to
after that hour the witoes d
when
John W Clifford, a resident
fled that he ham known deceased
that hoa lways appeared to bl
The deceased wal a strong
easlatioene witness used olu
he eeubjecL of spiritLuli;sm
deeae0d w&s in the habit
Dr. W. R. Richardeson teselif
decased; when he was called
his side, with his knees da
were very pale and eold, b
his eyes were also much dIla
,&O qUlAer of n OuncOe of o
tug n a table near the bed,
The evidence and the history
Save as his opinion that d
Sccideptally inhaling too isa
In accordance with the meed
dered a verdict of "Death cau
'Ilation of c
FOUND [n I-T WATH-.-Tbe b
fend floating in the waterat
ket Street, Eastrimor, en
helm hold an inquest on the b
lnaljtmion was hlcd, and an o
was etJUiborn. T1e jury r
child was sillboern and had
by aomo tcrdon to them
found was wrapped In
REMAREAELE CASE OF PD
alt., Mrs. Nancy B. Fairbanks
of fity-siz year, of dropsy
thirty operabaons in a little
operation averaging a discharg
a s fol
PoadtsPt.
1846..Sept. 23...... 3 8
Nov. 5...... St .
Dec. I S...... 25
1847..April 14...... 17 1
l648..April 23...... 1
Sept 5...... 16
1849., Feb. 26...... 17
May 1I...... 17
Aug. 26...... 19 18
Nov. b...... 19
]650..Marobh 3...... 23
July 7...... 23
Oct. 2d2...... 26
* Pee. 22....... 1
85l..Mar. 30...... 22

Totals] number of p6dnds.

Six PERSONS BuERNED To
part of Exlureau county, Illini
=a Journal, i shanly, occupy
SI was destroyed by Sfirea
ing prairie. The fire came
D. Dali, his wife and three
man who was boarding with
escape, and perished in the
only one who succeeded In
Teoring
Domestic
i11e Maine Legislature has

Mayor How oF-SBt. Louis.
meond term oelffio
Urn. Mary Affleak was enxami
Louistville on the 8th ibat.
mited Joe, a asyve"of Dr. Sa
diana, ad committed to jan
sinsof 1,506to appear at
n! Court.

4Weth Seelng.-Ploe m
Sjerree aty]es, eryntalotypes
: -tla ailesoo y, may be see
-' 011mium Galery. The proper
C "ll No.135
_'i CVysltal .Palace iFae (
.Mb i1S fourtuth pise. Ca see
SlgBieoinballu7., 6Broad
Uapesiseheld's Sprin
eSjy thehandsomeat frabno
'apilatia Q6g the material qar
the for3 50. None are better
mnoe cheaper. The strn

ilmnMh..KWe World' Pr
of T. Gilbert&Co., with or wi
entfraimesandelrcnular sonale
oCtie old estanliabel firm of
1ance,.an'GCDberB heoudoirp
Iotuli.atdtctq 'rrjIresa. Be
S dient HOR
HORAC WATERS SM.Bradwa

-.Seondhand Planiano
Gels for $2-, one fore V35, n
i, seeondhand line piasnos
the aInBtrumenta) verylow. N
i nmarhketwith cashIn band
floral soft HORA
Seemad-hand Pianoss
t al riaee th can be fonna
ly C30; 6 ectha, SdflL;6i estae
I new. esot 7i. faro 851,
Sest ;4v0. for 2T; 6 octavel a
aPimao ease melodon, SA. P
Cash paid for piano. BERRY

A Grand Piano, Made
preaeut owner by Soheott
exabauged for a lot in New Y
cas; in a fine and fashloidabl
480 Post Oecme.
New and Popular M
Pianist's Compaieon,' In te
brintsed airsefor y ang begin
tbo entireeriea for $1. Dea
minae published, or make arr
leaofOnew ianued, .1li find It
OIACUE WATERS, pabllcher,
o mal, postage
uelodeons-JIhe Large
ledeona in the cIty.-Goodmaa
smiledeen: S. D. L-A- W. Sia
In power, purity, and brillan
others, as they arathe only oe
maet. "Wholeaaleand re
SHORACE WATERS, sole
Al ewho Have not See
new innals wareroom, would do
mtoendid assortment of piano,
Stas &a.. ito be fonnd there.
jewelry, diamonds, ho.. so.

ThIs Is the Lost Sund
ward's panorama will be open.
closes neat Wednesday evenin
oesday afternoon is also the r
Thelecture on the "eHoly Lan
at 8 o
& Card-Spring Clot
extensive assortment ofentir
ing, adapted to the season,
styles, and will be aold altt
B.-Al articles gnarasteed I
EDWARD T.
Clotbin, Emporiam. N
Cheap Stike, Clhep
Monday mrnaleg, toe casos of
cents per yards, thai ass wotch
atf25 per cent below the cost
acesC harece de lalsee, at
LEAJDHEAl ERA LEE, 847 Urs

Trnntlhalmnens, wvltho
Ionesal of mail .ithost a
Base bas ende at his bheeie
inviolably with snery customer
s- of making sbirts to a plt
cily bace been strained b

Carpe.tlng "at Gret
Boampbray Nod 577 and 379 B
from bhel4at largo mention cbl
esltry earpeilng, which the
prices: aolsei earpetlng at
Ereat lvrily, 10m. por yard,
f'or eRsA.
Nss. 37 s
Removalt-Boyd & Patn
etate, hane removed from dO Gor
store 119 Chembero etstei, [
Riner Railroad depot I whese
increased faclittie s to applo
wishing any good in cle dsug
and on the most
Sewvesg flachlnes-Lad
mannfaetnrere rce informed c
enamelled morooee, patrnt le
feo new tmjfroved lnfle.tIhre
SqnaUlty o work not hitertos
and mesh superior rs shat it
o This may em eenrsvanaimnn
right to use thene machines a
bt the orilgnalpatetl grrnlet
e l.M. SINOEB a


Sewing Machines-Th
VManufarctolac Company have
wueroome tos o. N2w Broadwa
all others intiesled In thibi
ing mahaine ares rpeecLfally inve
Gnl examination, satisfy ih
greater variety of work cnu be
machine than any heretofo
Deflance Salamander
PATRICK Is the solo manuaifot
the atoo colebraeltld alebd a
defiance leche and crosa bars.
blIedJ in the world. Depot Na
below aiden lace, former

Peter Rloberta & Co.,
li"q tida day reserved an Immeo
Aistprioe., alo, a Irebk st

BnlldeIig Ilaterlnls.
ldecliaDg 10to Iulld we would
ofIroun ccrk for bnil-JiBhe. ,
trod to any style or rnecblti
and lpoile of thea-spoes, ba In a
of trowu stone tp iereurinsi
for window lintles and il lls.
= atup & naumboer f ddiirtil-na
cen in alJ, ci--h varyiog i
third the pri eo'f brown stone
mawnnr ie lSo rp iftniih. orni
APr'V at J 1 ..:.' li t-
a..


WPrench Guo Fttrera, c
nor, desert, and tea set Jua.Jr
il-otla.ad and t Denias which
lortretit, makes the Itrroept
oaered In New York. Bueyer
smnic. W. J. F. DAILEY CO
Cht Broadway.
Wakneijkoll s necs D i l 2k
- letioloLy alli ana sledeged
ienfmeetlyeonIorin the hailp
If woreniaadf In ill earls af
trli hleli dye known. Sold at

CnventE1unoplorI-He o
Imtutions of Dr. Coorend's
snap o tloe care of tipinpl, e
taing nlneral oattilct r g h
plenltn. sad by their rep-.lar
l C a dura d'e oap i n drli(cote
i roe noeter tui ortha rya E
pcedce nultIle tsr upoatieg I..
S lsir dye, lield eogse. lily A,
tI-s &id ecatbllslo al p-si t G7 t7
R j ud w s li: C alle n d er. E41 S e th "Lt. d
DALeP sW,ta nlLt a- t .at B nit
nut Lrcet. Cinc
All Nature at niet ba
reeda refreshing sleep --Alla
Fneed reg 11ra.onst e cpeetp otn
aonld ue's1nctli pr"1rtrrity
Prir 5 cinLe Utsaediatarter

Ecmcuornl.-Dr. Wheel
noieed tit cRc farr ibte Iretae
I f B r ac d w a y E rl r n n r t .
OreE nt r un as I.) hi s of fi e i n B o d a n
IBIO.ffi c hrort. Off e ,o ba A.
nPoJe c acdJ ctromo itnfl.,mmai
l.atag landing, completely ce

ttnsovol,-i. L. Fas
Mrndly, Apni 17. to Lie ne
nersofsWalkereairct, whereheill
ivi, isesortnmeet of new no
goods for the inspection of

HTrntt's Life Batlsa
most pal'afl ferome. also tero
canes of dineasess f t ohe Cl-s
plBist, bdid eys. incipient en&
tinly nrrid by tthic eeat u prY
Grudnst Seri t3t -eeuv

Come one, canio all-a
Rat, I-.meeC, Log. r
For alU liase Lyon's
Pordrr and Masnetild Pailar
BIoadway. eand S3 Daoc

Tmaoets of the Mose
elitlo tcel.icg t and ste o rp
aelrt ts the lgs. BUn-poso
fsrepanolnt the oheats itmale
cgs and every variety oel dfi
Toavoid mlstake UnotLo No d.


AI1YERTISEMENTS R

PEIRS
C ARTMEN -'THE CARTMAN
black trunk with the nate
plate In front, from cerue'r o
o'clock on WedseBday Ist. wil
and be suitably rewarded, by t
INFORMATION WANTED-
agcd twenty, of Now Berg
employed up town on the Northi
rrade Hih empli )yer, or thE
cosier a favor by forwardin tht
Lie friends bavse not nc
P. B. JACKSON, .


INFORMATION WANTED OF
i years of eoge, and Aul Mol
tilee of Casrbl county, 'lipp
In this city on April 2d. Int
ford Ireland. Any informant
received by their mother, at
Basin, Albany. Nw Yor
TiHE LADY WBO CALLE
street. In asoser to the a
please call again on Monday,
cave in Wet Fourteoenbth s

THE LECTU
SPIRITUALISM -LECTUES
Prnf Owen will leouro tnil
Dr. Batch at 7j o'clock P. M.
S63 Broadway. DLsoaeslon inll
sre respbltfIully requneted to
shillig l

THE T
NION COURSE. L I.
U April 18 at2?4 P. M ,a p
basin, best three sive, in
m. Lady Franklin; A. Conkl
Bnokley names br g. Toey.
ferries hourly during
JOHN I. SNEDIK
CENTREVfLLE COURSE.
Tuesday, April 1IS, at 3 o'cl
milebeele beet three inoti
drlre. A.'s uryes Damne ch.
simes b. m. Siirategai Mei
BHrdware" Wm. Durland nms
Conkulin nameoa b. g linknow:
ng--. Omilbakbcas leae

THEI IPE
A SSOCJATIONOF EXEMPT
lIhr quarterly m0cLind of ie
ItirmcnBn' Ball, Co Tdenda
o'clock. 0. WHE W E

THE BIIU&JT
IRISH CRENADIERS.-
reempany rae reqoiqnted to m
Drill Rnoms, corner t of Chry
Tuesday evening. Ap.rll 18, a
Importance to she oomapnny WI
and ponctual attendance
THE TBA
AB1LOCK R TEETH MAK-
A L'dgeod caricr. Addraae. elI
cent m inploys, Block I/eth,
Off

FEEDEFS WANTED-F
2preoes. Apply LiL thes r.e,
JOB PRINTERS WANTED
posiolss may obtain steady
a, pllcatiDon toi Ovr & B

PERMANENT SITUATION
Llildor, in construtlin a
meat or a foundry and macbil
superislondinog elrth when i
writ, Newark N. J
TO TAILORS-A GOOD C
-prience aid inability Can hb
roetc IoD F 4. Degra str
Brookbloyn. Bet of rci
fPHOLS7ERER WANTED-TO
U one who thorogbhly ander,t
I.rincbeb and can proaocdne s
such bicady emn.ploymn.et riLl
iyealtlfWhiresareet. ea

TUTPHOLSTERER WANTED
L ma capoable l O Ldo tinf aa
rf ta oue.d -.ffcrl, either as artn
7. E East FLs.urtc:utia rect r
sober mein, with good tirei
"TAN7ED-A JACKSPIN-R .
t lo eploiniE c ri.flt yar. --
cotuntry Adrtssifroror, I aeW
EDUCA


.lla pe- rar. Ci r.au oc-.n
at tayour'i book store, No 7
can le-e on encery TuestyIn
h hourrone and trts. P II
THEODORE JUjNTPrnia
ilrRl'
U'RNITURE--THE BIGRE
Fuor furni re., oilolotois ar[
inrneiurLing rtiele of civ.ry u
pt.l.lD lllic leneeleme ihir
ianUne ataran heretel. c.r a
11if6hro bticd _
"URNIT7RE, FURNITURE-A
F warnrooms Io 7-)7 Broada
did aseorlmebt ef oni-ine[ furnr
city ndJ country trade, ceO.tisi
anc mahogany Liarorles. wardr
elageres perlnrfurf urn In inles
broetelle, or velvet; bedstead.ei
standsmarble-top centre and an
crIs, libs attend s ewing cha
etagere Iron besteads, patent gale
elegant hall stands, roseoand
oak, walnut, and mahogany eo
room chairs to mtach; horse h
kinds; pllao, feathers ather bed
pillows; also, a 5tgeral assort
well worthy of attention
A. B. McKINNEY,

NEW PUBLIC
- lmHE CHEAP BOOKS FO
JL Wm. Berry & Co., Beston
this oity, end will soon BO i
may be addressed, as before.
san street, (Box 2,853s
WM. BER

SMIILLINERY AND
LADIES WISHING THE
L dressec, must call on Mra
Broadway. Don't forget the
out and themost exquisite fit
Patterns of every description
tem taught. ,
'ARIS MANTILLAS.-THE
station and manufacture, for
ready for inspecotion, to which
pectfully Invited. GO

CLOTHNG,&
0AST-OFF CLOTHING.-
The highest cath price will b
imno1y for large or mall lot
eTery eascrlption. Address th
MOION BY, at his second-han
soar C
MTN'S A-ND BOYS' C
f v and roLall, at
J. D'k.%D lLR
(OPAdITEf-H.

Ol roallINERSIP- i. P NERr
oat dtor depaJimint On ea .eL
M rcEintile end hbti.pil- ioi L
O EcidI rff
iO'PA!RNb ltHFP.-Wl
t lica- *Jdef r -ialn. to. rtLku n a
i LL si. t t en -ilesld, m L il ,l U 1 i
Iteam ciL]erd. Audior'u
"ART'NER W.ANTED-AN
S canD bhe telt'tcnl in the bar
tahlbedoi CC,,Tu% AddJE
rANTED-A PARTNER,
tI, h tuad idldollr in I ca I. i s
n-J v.ry pr-.';tab loi nea i n
I -,.-' a Ji aui,.IX,
4 slain wlheranQ p


SPECIAL OT
S CAPD-Dn TE USCRB
CGTOIECORo ha O tei.patrose ~ e eoe
.con.e.iisc ..g rom of thir t
ltoeeolnnli,.Kr4im .rfttlr
ti.ps IF.uedry fr omi t.,ece.r
Melinis n street where they bO
. flhobrdernsofthir trki AM
C'Al,- II1G -TIIE FOLIO
' ,le d ir, a lSttr oft nlbe
to D,.nn il cicon. tW estrol
t i e. n cr ptee. riTd. tlic
a-,dlr, ensueil inr-c Ihio nol
fr(imIFe- 4 16 ftS 15901 0 ft Ce
EMtIt at flee muntha. 1crm
rmonthstro fto1of. ,
Commerce, in Now York. Asy
some will ac than
~ SAMUEL JUDDSSNA0.
11.1179 KUMMER. LA
s ton,- lih hnewatbdisloaL
iI Pup ,lts admittelid or iri. tl
in

)FFIfEOF THE ACCFS
V of %icarnsso. Nw Y'erk,
ticeLy FlIen tatt ani elictiond
Smaonaie the Luslones el thi
rcm tho Lrst e Mooday in June
re f or the rcmpasy ou Mond
rr, 2 o',lotki M.
ISAAC C. LEA

FFICEOFTHE NEW YOR
April ,10-, il-The Proes-lm
diay declared a dividend -rf St
c lhe o c ,is .pa ry for the il tf
p syable s leo t ne s bobek resl r
un- lbs ieransrlrrhok will
uilti that d
C. L EVERIrr
R RESTAURANT -TOYNT BEE
S corner fr Moltegu. plco
i thibe nliy tefitblibtr.entl tetn
p-, sc- sImJllar plaeiae In Nw
the pnlj jo toocme an l judgr0 f
1i.se n.t Gol what Las lnLen
Frt ltIyn. Ladi*,' dining nd ap
r.l.J 1t- ,,t e G to a,-,+ pOl P vt ,tG J
rIe Le B Its aeif in n-ar 0 Nit
lilOS .O1 NI.E & J.
PECIAL.-AS THE PUBL
S what caused the late snow
Oscar Shanghao on the top oft
a raEp tryingto file it on a lov
A strong east wind prevail
SPIRITUALISM.-MR. F.
known test medium for spiri
returned from Washingtocn, e
his rooms, Messoencgerof Lightl
from 10 to 12,8 to a
SPIRIT MANIFESTATION
-otitul. will receive visit
LespeInia d street, every even
mission 26 cents. Thece are t
city, where many medium
SPECIAL NOTICE -THE
of the Board of Aldermen
It tb inst., at 2 P. M., in ro
to tIe opening aend extending
square. All parties interest
WKT. D.B. DRA
JOSIAW. BROWN,
TIAMVANY SOCIETY, O
J. Brotherr-The annual el
institution will be held in th
Wigwam on Monday evening, th
after the setting of the sun.
anee is requestB
ISAAC V. FOWLE
STEtPI[Et C. DOn
Manhattan, Season of Bloso
cover, Sld, ofIndependenee,
the 6th.
AX COMMISSIONERS' OF
S 10, 184.-Notice to tax p
of the several wrds of the
will be open for examination
the 20th day of May, until Mo
elusive. All tax payers desoir
the assesesmont rolls are req
the undersized, at their offer, be
A. M.,au
J. W. AL
GRO. H. PURSER, Ta
WM. J. PECK,

HEOJSMES, CAJU &
CARRIAGES.-A LARGE
at the manufactory and war
comprising oaleohe oachess r
hiOus, wagons, Ae., o sale low at
slowBroadwayprices.
24,26 and 27 W
CARRIAGES FOR SAL
S Rokanlsaje, bou f foua r Ch
dlop aareD, eecocild.band, alI
wortb Sisu, and one three tea
country Will be sold e
JOHN C. AM,
ELEGANT PARK PHAETON
harness, whip and covers ce
lady, the'present owner. The I
and in harness, and together
liebhmcnt of the kind in thi
No. 2 3 West Twenty-eo
FOR SALE-TWO SECOND
one open the other slingr
uingorder; to as seen at No.
tad C
nCanal., ____
FOR SAL-TWELVL OR
Cenagecs, suitable for bacs
end Mil La sld cheap Inquir
either atI 10S Charles trcee.c
SutLeELL tret.
FOR SALE-A SPLENDID
teeth Lnides bloib. oh i year i ol
wirailsd uand and kind i I a
oif ue inquire at No 220 Lil

FOR SALE-A BANDSOM1 O
oears old. eousd end kinda
anr I.sat asslajdi'msaddle o
Iet. ie c,-wer is E pins o Et
c ['ieL..l e Riding Saine.1w
Filt., and Sinthaenones. or t
eadole and bridle, r
FOR SALE-THE IMPORT
Arab Chief, imported by M
Conml at Moroco: is unco
ridden byladies. To he sold a
ist.s at1i2 o'clock, at the Ba s
Con be seen until the sale at
tear Bleeker.
OR BALE-A HORSE. SIX
F sound, stylish mover, goo
ler a doctor or a family's urs
work horses'; price $240 per
These horses came from the
at Chamberlain'e sale stab
J. C.
OR fALE-A HANDS
sound, gentle, and kind style
together in % minutes; wil l be
also a eanticul s9rrel miare,
lady or gentleman, or harness
minutes: also a brown pony
and will trot in minutes and
ble horses have been in. the po
ly three years, and are sold
Can be seen frean 8 to 12 A. M.
plicuetion at 66 ith
OR SALE-TWELVE R
F. plantation or farm carte,
wgons, six two or four-horse
assortment of both double and
and harness, constantly en
MICHAEL MULLONE,Watrre
AGNFRSALE--
TIGBT ROAD WAGON FOR
S bury & Arthur, used but little, an
p rice only $ 17, as the owner has
Ctlub Seable, 201 Fourth stre
NEW YORK HORSE BAZAAR
Will ,be sold on Monday, a
horses, suitable for all busi
saddlesand coach, seTeral b
H. GATFIELD, propriety
TABLETO LET-IN TWEL
from Broadway; all in good
harness moldeI, Ac. .'i%.i.d
Peter's place, rear vi A .-i-
street.
W ANTED-A GOOD SECO
or open buggy, cheap for c
"2,764 Pos
INSTRUL

F"BEleCH LAGUAGE.--
239 Broadway, continues
thorough instructius in the F
them the ability to speak it'
Terms, in private class, $4
o'clock A.M., o
t. B L I,, n l [. llOID..
2 3 l Itf.t.. .ilII ph',
tiai,1uiLl c -li .tl plihEirat.
ai' t lir J i, inli,". ti.......

rae- .**Ill_____
PARENTS, GUARDIANS A
l ian ,u i, an t uu ,ta *, '. ii .
It.n& l. hr li.cLl ,..idioi
P E_,lN-D i -']BE SUli1-.l
s O e,)tlL.a 4 I' tOlatl ''' 1
t illlri, to i-er' cr0 ar t tr .
ru ir l,, t nbi *,[..u *l, 13 D n d
i-tuhlti,. hb p5 d e,.atI.L.4 i11
ro ,-J-j i,-, ],,rtl & *,l iLre*., ,jr t .
r,. llcac ,ntJer.L- -l anlce- in
ir ta iO i c-ne Ll L i ip ,i"
",:.d' ataLUUf Ftreair \ r fl,.
Ser t, ti- P~a,onni bC-I, a bc.
,',l I-a'i'OI 1 CI~lpv ;).) k.. I,,
,: .0 erngif-cli enT'tu Al--.o.
e,.:tr.llo [ler 1 i',,rd, cad: .it ,
Na ii.-tiresdcy /. cau
OLIVER b U
From the Homo Journal.--" 11
'rc.c--,i.. d leadie,, maus e h|


did "lLiBI Out..,l-ll1 jCilt t III
.i.aL c i L art ..1 iirTtie '.
indicputahl- prt- '.mieMia p er0-,,
profs
cPA.iH LANE.UA-LE-
I c 0h I penih. Ih i0on l teL I I
tea Saire is tl-antllr pertttte
F'0i11e Iosbis and 1ntIlLAi
a[,Ir. .i d IT.-. A ll peta.
,s. 4, t
ANT ED--A FRENlU t.N
hItil l f Eni dll|li, nouht lI e lil
alaodl) cl -ttiMjn t en n i 1 c
E- .ll.H ay, lli. to; .1 ,
nitl ia-i a. Iv
"JANTED.-ANY PEEO 2
lrh. tire i. lra.,i. t, rIs l
-inda r., n. b. m:,dh t ,ai,3 ;
piyIyl-c modea l,-e unactli li
c'n I t 1 ilct r'T..aili ir. I

__ -__ HOTE
C RANIRC" UOUEE CORN
Inal drnO-T-.adiay --Te. tdditi
C,.n.[plctl, and the J It[,iat
friL tIf as d t].o oUtlls ubal
sbiah arc. ecuy dcsirable ciiir
meu dho oauld also stateb
hL spared tu mako Ia es01 lt
Boerd per day, t1O0.
W"AVERI.EY HOUE6. 6.7
I'..r. h fjr-r t .n tl ,Mo F rr [
I nilion or an.toegoBtlemen;
0I O WVuP


WAN
A PIR11AN CHAMBERMAI
iron. cook and ,eln afirFrdo
a-i t.dlrog a family going to
fuil oi bCr sorice(a Apply at
A FPENCH LADY A FI
,triJ c gesg c and esilcordu
. t- it i.a Ic-(n in a fret rat
i .ier. IsotpaLd.Mtadamed

A PARIIS HIR'[IMANERE
A rL1, l.hee LU Ii & eore mp
boudc. taller in Nsaw VYork
with him acompletc eFr rf now
,hirte. uacrire. At. eBot re
i.urild
NERRAND GIRL WANTED
A sirot. Mrs. C. Falcone
A FRENCH GENTLEMAN
Unona and evoninls unoccu
reopeotable pupils to instru
also act s French eorrespon
Address R. C. M., ral
A GOOD MEAT CARVER,
tauraat, Is warned at
Chiard Uonse. One well acquai
ri.ply on Monday, bt 1
BOOKKEEPER'S SITUATE
young man ox several pear
city, either by double or cas
go South or west. Most satis
.3Lility, Ac., willho given b
erald offer.
rOOR KKEEPER WANTED
elnco air1 Fe.-o J.-t.intc h
1 .'ca to lan tas cc"tiuc c
a a, Liar Ndone but a mau o h
tar eed ap-ly. AddreesB B.
it ar(ene,. M
BOY-ABOUT 16 YEARS
bookstore; one who rso ude
central part of the city, and
ply at L. B. Embr
(t1OTHING.-WANTED,
has had eight years' expe
cnss, and can influonc some
to ecuago with a wholmeal o
Can faurmish.the boot of reofre
Sor.. Horald offi
COOK WANTE-D-WHOO
staedphcr business and is wi
hCrmnid who undeoptands fSe
quired from last place. Inqu
D AGUERREAN OPERATE
man, of good address, and s
pay find a sLitu.ation in an o
city, by addressing a Be to
502 Broadway.
DO ENTISTS.-WANTED IM
S titn, thoroughly aoquain
soehbauieal dentistry. Inqu
Preterre dentists, 9lo Boiwery
P. .
COYERNESS.-A WIDOW L
Thers, desires a situation as
cr te go to any part of the
uatnl English brauehes, draw
Unexeeptinablei testimonials
ecter. Address Mrs. A. Henr
three days.____
n OVERNESS.-NO SALA Y
IT lish ladye well qualified t
cation, including vcasl and i
her services in ensideratieo
iress X. X., er
GARDENER AND FARM
man, who understands farm
Must have the best of referoen
en eMonday next at 12 o
MILLER WANTED.-AN
is willing to make him plf g
,-il emre and constant emp
.iits.In Lodi, Beraen count
dri- Rallrs a t.rld stop at
two mies from the at
TURSE.-WANTED, AN
N Scoteh o sa, capable of ta
months old.n eiply at 19 We
references
M IuSF WANTED-A GOO
Inlt scano, who can com
oit r nes aIpply to No. 7SAm

SITUATION WANTED-BY
keeper, in come wholesale o
produce the best of references
lst employer. Address eL

SITUATION WAtgTED-BY
woman, to do housework in
Call at 17 West Thirty-sixth

TrO BROKERi.-WAN AED,
J2inn-L ts ho CoJune fislh
*Luriiif' t, nioilltedl terjtln,
iliiietl-h, In a banking bhc.e
a p rsitoabnsio, ccdtng, ile in
j.ii B A1 Weral keoslrdgd o[ b
tfrunceb Ireqie
TO FOSPTES IN GENE
N uUDt mncn olie a ilimhtl
1 ainur. t.r n 'r y fu ..'\ tuta-, ts
ntalclsia r. aihria.r in a hot
t.ise el r e f ns d aa a hso
lenplayerAlly n esful AdHuna5

TO O TEAMBOAT AND S
oan. w dhe t a iousnion aS e s
Ihe itpatsreeof strmoaLi usr m
Isielo ot werkin. a tiLe aiil
ace easa, uti.j,-lor co aIese
h hk. [. V. J ;
WAN'TED-TWO ORTHBSE
ndieri'tsad ibe making up o
None seed spply Psrh cannot
I o ArsscOLer, 41. A.Lddiseo,
T"^ANITED-A PBOTE..T
1 family. B lew eilen In tbe
ibe aes6ll p- and ircnLk, b'e
fitnij Inslia Noae seed anp
a-.clrtte'. PIse0 I Ra11 at bu
hliouraof lads.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG L
reapectalility, a situati
singing, ar the pianoforte, i
Eengelie and French lnnguagss
der 3 years of age. No object
the country, or ab travelling
N. R., 221 East Ei
WANTED-INL A SMALL
S try, a middle aged Prote
very goed cook. To such a o
given. Apply at No. a
W ANTEFD IMMEDIATELY-
truintb street, a compete
nunre and seamtress. She m
family nowiug, and bring city
ployeras for feithflnus


ATED-A PROTESTA t
Said, in a smell family.
tlionas. Inquire at 89 East
AN-TED.-A GOOD MIL
go a short distaeeeInlth.e r
paid toto eomp etent hand. N
at IS2 Canal sroet, in the

WaANTED-A GARDENER,
dertands the raising of v
to tokelthe oehare of a small
t the landing ot the Twenty-t
Wf'lAaTEr-A PROTEST
Vi the i.soe wa- I a- cunst.,a-.
nTeel. bitt ci tLe r.'e,-u tet,-
oes cat ry ct-giag.% its (, lLuha,
reti Tl uica.t A- lf-i n' c- lex
ThA NltD-A (ARIeENI
11 try .e-i mole, a rti a l5
c-i s~icecnaa, e-L.,iit di I
hircae oT a h'0 ]-ile Ad'lde
Post O e.
W'ANTED-AN EXPERIENCE
I-,.rl n.i in the c.antr n


Swrd oI tlo city uf BrooFlI-,
med tmldy adj.atins, ine.h
J DLEECKLRR nil ell at auo
s 12o'roiok. at the Merchunts'
in the Eighth ward of the co
Sneuleeth., 1 igbtsniib,
streets, and Tooth anD Ello
whole Iract lylnb tetwoifc
etrKet-. &eld Tetil, etivale an
early hbali c f tbc block I
T"wntleIt etre ts on Nmbhnt
streld sb pa-nDed ehr.i' o& iotr
Lract to bto graded &a painted
r.n or te-fre itle rrt ol Jn
EigtbLeeith btTeit are under on
requiring eesbation ti the g
requirmEng biliar to wtid th
atr.ec--rf bah!orf which ecati
hbonut free afeospen Aoe Ai ,o. p
perty ke ,'oAn 5 fl,t-dtor tarr
sij'mningI tnc Br.a.klyn i-)o
tle Coaney ilauod plunk road
b. both i deof of(" ien an-i
aedygraded, and ite hlitat :,n
of E .bteth thire.t I This a
sold in le.Jb6e, sustaitnin
Full cletentnt fIr re-triEotto
cerled ia the deade. The mola
ilalty eC N.. Ia Vo.ik ase to be
Iee bll l eie betwoe Seclyr
ocrlooking Ibr. whole riity ria
ci Flatto:b e-ttb Sandy Be.
a.f tbo lower Loy man it(.Ath
fr(,mi ic.T IiIncy anid tare-ame
mile.- of B ,ma-iitr.n aoa-Oor l
from Fiall,-n ferr. iandW in thr.
ecia l hd r-mrnestal imprvo
s wrebac mouaty ay rpmaioa o
hettar' Iittle, nlbdlpralna
anetlentiure sand priadbtraYI
ntier tiheeal eati nedl-)iliar
highest


CORPORATION DOCKS AN
S at public auction.-Notioe is
lowiug docks and slips, belon
city of New York, the leases
atthe auction sale on the 2l l
public auction, on the let da
M., at the City Hall, for the
day of May, 154 viz.:--aast s
56, and half of bulkhead betw
street. 2. West half of pier
between67 and 56, foot of W
both piers and bulkhead at th
River.. 4. Bulkhead at the lo
No. 51, and bulkhead south to
head between 51 and 62 at the
Pier No. 55, at foot of Hamm
-Eighteenth street. 8. New pie
tieth street. 9. New pier (100
cond street. Terms and condi
mer sale, (March 2.) And, als
and piers may he seen at
JACOB A. WEST
S F. R. TILO
A C FLAG, Comptrol
F. W. EDMONDS
IT"M. (EIAUNCEY' Ch.
t'M M VERMILE3, Gl-
Commlesionere o
Finance Department, Ne
I D. NASR, AUCTIONF
w wrv-Ai&'tgeeo' Eal o[ rl
\%il'tJ 21: i4aM, at is A H., a
IeII-t aId cbloer3 in actiO a
Marcel.h7 hIl. ty Otis M. Mhle
I,.,rod ans daor, onr 1bolodi
snitImtiLL, anbd seIO all I-ca1b
i Ler viatece af ea ch dcbtl
ilich-itcd chI tia 1


uIc-miu il-C robing of all kinda of vegetables
cooitaut employment by calling at 17 Chambers street,
teil'd floor, back room. at one o'clo
btirtv-two s ti-leto situated
TANTTD-ANl EXPERIENCED SALESMAN, IN A nd South
s retail dry goods store; one well acquainted with the ti
business. Noune other need apply to J. M. Corwin, 07 Sixth
avenue.t ies__ a b__le for gentreiecs Thwl'beo
o the ground, and being on th
SANTFEDI-BY A BOY, FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE, A a sho
Sittite -a; 1I n t ln r rf.ialnt sID. .k'dusiiio or paint
Address C 1 Il t r ,i tle aon'.
S- Exchange, or to Clark & Bart
R E 1-a-A R _DS. -
+. -OUII AU-.CTTON
$l1iA I i P.ED--IlOI.EN, "10t LO .53 1LLEl'N.D>- J
i.Lt a . i . I. ,I i I. ll Ir,. "ti U .Is t t'. In., 5l1r c.
I rt Eat ,| I t,.I rhu-fI .J ,:ll't"5 ill L paidrS eLEr. r,.r1&
C t -L.'L t t ed i t.a, it-.ll-. I III tlh n.lt,- lt pr. -
10orTI- L i thnt C o e..t Ic -ln J r...-- rI .. T .td us
--- 1 1. I ba. o, r.ti- elc l;11'u :-f W i kt -
-.' A i- > TLO \ A It L L PAi rl AND NO QUBS- -n a l
... 'r. ,,-. i it tb.r- uvtr ci 0' a ladly'sgoldbunt- io t
. I I" ,- No I. I c' I I .i d c.1.1 ait c hain pit, andlooket 1-,r
attai lied, with u ii i r I, I. i '', fr 'om Clinton street I hI
SridAv I AC-.' .\Tril L L.y a.la.thlrc ra JACKSON a i reti
11AIsV, J .1 itli I .aer lli,., r* cond sIi:ome tre.et
_________-________,_d______________up______-,--o a-te
l ^^iFti -[' (N-7 !b T--' .\ rpIni Chr& c'T\'T\, Tin -0t
,'- hi ,bI-'iT) --10: ONr FeI G TI A EENTN -1..THE .'
i, ,. ;',t. u,.1 i,, le, intl Tl issder l.1 e'eiV nce tuI
"1. 1i t .J rin ucl taeda u ,-sta IIraa '
ai n-1 tci .'a jNe jrl s ti ~i 1.t, e .t [ -to i .d .aLJoJ
tk W:I '.th'l' --' l-.2.. FieOll d.,,l SEVENTH ii-,
l, s- c--..... t. .. i an... ho... - le th ,1 ...... t1ma ... -. ,
j'a II la6I a0 rlS ].E - Iic i r-- et- .ca' t, D iJ SIaaI h

lie E i'i-r Dl,. Ci s l, I bgo ld Ta 5,I __dt__
SEVENTH t. I ,,t. a r- ni.,ct rb.hyard.
SREWARD.-LTOST. N FRIDAY. TBE ItTH INT :n
f1 lrom 92 I.1ui,.,n .las, i. tbruDh '.Ii lilhs 1tC tot, a 1 I
r,. a.I Ehat orn in-.i--in Lbtc-,I R,'a s s.isa ii rpot iasghn.b.t

cu, t li.d. ur l a. 1lm R., annaii,.t pec thrn eisg IaO
l I-iI;.L I1t- t LYI anrold N...mtOIlea l t i at tdi oi aIe n
t,,:,,rL, J I l-,j,' ,-.b l, l 11,, m,)mltlni;,p or'pniiU~i t lae
1.1., r ,Ii ,,llii.L. ,t~i l i. ,',]d w:t.- iL|.cy, tl,[ l>[IC.- ti>
o,,r nil Itbir. ,.re, n ti. IId isutber .' i(ld rint Filtdab-
IJ,'. r i...i) llt 1 .1 r~ i Ie 'hui .ir' ll r.turritllii t. the
-- g.er. L. Ha Lttan, 1,2 lUll..n sir.-,.,, ep tai rs
t------n--ro-I e s..l hl|ey c
$ c EWAlD-STRB.TFD AWAY. FROM NO. 86 t t -D. Gcinl
$ 3 F.i.'. ttl, ; UT -,T it ct- tF I '-l tl i leieI
parrot l, hC.I l L.: r i r i %-rd l 11.0 rON Us e) n R NSI
'Iiei It I.M ard Ig n, i0I 9a1.6, G ,11t?- o ,u c Afsh11. t11 Wo a



i~g t -c clj me li.-. c [If.
-i.'allIlmg rode Ag t s ti a
_______________________________________________________
L.OST AN F-OUN 'D5 to tJtd Lose
!FOU&-A -,PA(K.acE aIARkUED Et1A. wlC i
r n 'a tot L- .ciulng itt-i t lr Idsycaud pagias e
, 11tr 7-fc v,, ;e rdr.,'Aaa La ,e I.c.t
r '"i... 'li .. ..i i r ir.ji ___,_ . . "nci tt t
I t-:-I] I AT I .NHIC STRrE1 A, BROOKLYt BE- i ,
.Li.CCn B.a il cbede, st! e itaet onethe 12th instant, a
it .1 u e L,11c.i .rt hai tc lu a.u stola r oatn rinl.aic h H ba ri
\.itL i'd nj j l lirj. L'It il~l tLu i, ru eL0 iiiiiQ Lu dliri> el
OlS Ail- it. cauua la ., i rt F? tl.etic Br.L Dcte.i Lon. cu
I i rN D 'lj n Ao.rL11 E IAc ola a 1A ply BI | i
( .' {-uN FIlrl iY hORNING, GOI'G I BOt TITH ocnh
lid shp- ,..lstes,i :,ihlead ishia C.,p rit, t-
mntb~d A II. A It' aral r,. cd a ,il n.otm- p ,ir i -tsrco
end t lacei ta ti-C I uj..r i.,id e,,ru.s of li0asde c asod
Anthony streets. of bIaal Iso
T IT-ON .ATIRDAY ErvITGO. BETIWEE 81 AD ,, -,10rl4t1
t 7 ',iir..1., e, litt: lIhack 'ci tabi taruler doc iltS Bat-
eLl.ar a,lu-c lidelbctk IC' lltt cr llleri 12cl $ e i eI' l cy ant
t- ite iI, him to tam a tlrinic eaten..
dud1c a ,
t OI-ON rFIlDt IE'"LlJNG A IORSLA'ODL)iI'LlaT fromn
La. lie h-ian L tlon- id C ioLtacl.L. whiteaebit ian I-i'c
It..', Il n.1at.'- cli ,d i eno sii.hal.f rIn '. t r]
.,Itt .cIiI)ccEIE.R.',iOoB E



(spir'n liLLryItal"lre, iiI Ciaailua stec+s, i i ta ltIera
oT0Ant:, '
rLFV'NG TIET -lay. Al'
T-0Nw^ ^ PAUPAYr


ROCERIES, TEAS &ND P
try merohaots. groaerassbak
-roneeries, teas and proaninaruf
omy in so doing, the rsubscrib
tealon, andwisihes them to co
street, and examine his stock
As., before ptirobhaileug elsewbe
ean Lay ohaperthan at any
elli. for cashb. as he still adh
quirkng hil more honorable on
wblJcL are uiavceidable In the
lar.t L himself trum a Ion
pourrhalna goodsi daily in
era and txet hands, ft affoir
many others In the bCoiness l
second or third hands, e.hm
and sloop stress ps up at
Deeds doliveced f.re o( e
GUANO FOR SAl.E-rIN LOTS
by henbssscilber, R. W. C
ear Brooky arry.
IRON RAILING, AC-C
tsot Iron raihni without r
rnuDnlDgfool chapler tban the r
Ircn irea farm fence. The
Railing Cc.mpany make and p
and style C- lthbe abore. Bra
aod all aTLIcles In the smith,
nlihed ti 1Ie loweet praise. Sp
wareroome. 79 snd 61 Duse
Broadwasy Foundr j footofe Fort

T ADIES' INDIA RUBB
glog s esare n t what every l
'ioieclion toI e LadB while
n wearing they rarnder the ban
Perfetlyl whito. For sale

T DIES' STRAW BATS-
L ery 6xEite ve bsnrtimeaoI
Ltghorn, DuoLtabl anad FI.r
taimed at the Paris Manill
FIC-prieLor, 31l Boda
T EAKY ROOFS -LEAKY A
I paired and rsated with met
water tight. Al orders re
depoi, No. 5 Second ateuo w
patch.
M ACCARONI AND PARE
SCHMBIDT & LUNAU. 190 Wi
oa neand a large stock, o
EW PAPER HANGINGS
N Gr.nd, corner Ssffolk stre
and IpetriTer ot paper hSngsng
the ses erieties af wall pp,
nmos emLwinet maofalctareriin
oi America n prodnctionL-o--
nooe. and iro criotyleide of p
-,,etb, poknsiit bilutasDgd,
prices tLat will defy compet
,ri empl-y(d. All wrk wa
EW FRUIT STORE -
orangetd.ll0 bon.. Naplqe d
ons Mli bozens MeoaLni do..
p.-anute, for sale by CHAS
EPLATING.-OLD WAR
R ew and w arranted, Ta- e
1,a.k,'t, tranv6 hbraas stair r-
orders to th, Siur Planing
Grand
SHOW CAPES.-HOFFMAN
Tuaeetoom, No. '7 Bowery,
made in every style--ellaor p
gany, c. I B.-Old ca
STRAW GOODS FOR C
S great inducements are being
of straw goods:-100 cases ladi
do. misses' do; 10 do. imported
do.; together with a general
cold low, for cash. lby HO
street, corner
O SHOE DIALERS.-WM
Ttate that he manufactures
the largest and beast assortme
shoes, and iritisl inspection
chasncr. Io [ et S rheriff tre

TO SimLDERS A\D.SHIP
Fr Canal Biret. rwhloesale s
nsho I, tiao. hkr., ha.ba on
afbarl tniti .. ir a, l-auve art
liatie r. n, sD il kilu Qried, isea
I lII-I itu icIa and c irtula sr E
a'ei ti-ali-au-- maa to ordnr
,i10 1tc. anuasar %Win lu's
oi Lb'iliJdi Cariwr, cnnua
the Ins re
BE EArLF. SLATE C
TV-rn",it arn robstantly m
I 6b i tna le au l lret'Cn 'l-
11 el. b O 'r.lt rl -.I l[ e- 0 el
,.iL sadold delot fa.raardLto te
Il0. b lte lar ui>- tILu-taie'svdn
ii-nvreiral c-'u r'na tion I'o
Iie whhnvoees00ilt sndI-I
I, C o AmAe t a. a.,tr-1 l, ,ile l
1tr, a1 EJdwrd t.'iomehin. r1'
A BreteLer, 4-el broome itr
,ER GODV, t .orltP-n. Varm
I ot of the c',,.mp..y, )0i Wes

DRY GOO
A IEW AN D CHOICE INVO
freLte Jut rerclVrito--tltrh
I rlinted-c-n sale or mod- upco
Micia tihall talub, it thiu up
mnsn furnLinhn etial-Loi f
.i5 Broal)les, StIn
JUST RECEIVED-AT
S Nlntb atrart, a lP ,r.4id o
A lentclennes lace ruin em
:sce Frer.shb LceaList capa.
A to $6, in Ceiml-uattts and il
A suw nu.pl of these bohant.
ROBEBRI B r.

MATRMONIAJ
MJATHIIMONY MADEEAS
li lover Professor Lawton B
will send is any ad iros on re
laindlr lonioenableIsand la n
devoted cI aue f s yr moany f teo
h-ari imns desIro. The pr':E.i
eating, tat all may lbe) marrl-,
aoc, er peitin. sad Jait ib
ranged weuh such Oae and dliv
5uin. Addrs.,Proefeo: Lat
takenfr,-m cI ppost aOe u
T Fo I AlT (fANCE-ni
T I'. Ia aItd .Lo,-itIat o
I,,ner-t-et, L li.v-nta "i- anl
I n, acet frnm '..o ?S. .Itrw
-.t paid, 3 I (AIROLL, M

rANEF.D-BY A TtOL'M
S tir, a.i(tie[ullo ,Ile;dii1
tll I .i.J anfd rC o-I f-inulj t-e
a a- n et r icl L rr hs-
..''ept the aim. ail'l pu's f
*diil;s g lgtcgl t u s.r., ho,


BAJILB A AIC-'sAOu.
A AUCTION NOTICC.-STANDARD ROSEi. -- J. I 1
VANDEWATER A CU I 1 Nfanssiau strmt. vi' l I Pi ortbef
en Tuesday, April 18. al ti e clock, a saperiur au.J i. l lro
Poleetion 01 musb perpetual rofci, an.] flaio planti tru In
iurscnyof D. Bell, Br.miladwayanAd Filtietht -E it l
. ..- -oieruhant.' Exbangoe. t r et
AUCTION NOTICE -BY Wi W. SHrELEY -FIFTY l.,lldlia
A erateall hindeo.'mmon and bLe' r.lokiory, to:ue lu tan
died p.kBeBi Not Enuihd and another $.siwr l' r tL ry B', 6. e
Dritanbola aro So.-- edneo aaE Ipril19), at liI o'.;Ioke .it 0
c.N 62 John rses, t. J S. I 8 iartll i a la r, and .ht. .,i a
Isoritmcuni, by tejia.khIeknId I I lutefromt6em Blese .&lo ee
u it l,bIlesaio anD[ rcteitr dealer. r .ir.cra
Irmrchasnu. ae n..riti teed nitl..' '1i6 pero
ie .. t., re o vel. C it alo go,,s.. v .ITu sdday
.7 P~J 4pr i 8.atoedlodok A % rcs.1.a 7 etnsrt
AUCTION NOTICE, -HOUSEHOLD FURbITURE, between P
choice plante, da-SAMUEL OSGOOD, Auctioneer 1
willsell atbistore, 8lNanssaustreet, to-morrow, Mond ay, t
-t 10 o'cloekA. l.,a large colleSoti o of household fur- a
ture, belongin to a family leaving the city, tog th
choice lot of plats, o. he whole wih
Further prti uartin to-morrow's Herald. -T
T .--M river, between Third a
AUCTION NOTICE.-H. WILSON AUCTIONEE erR, lotvt
i ill sell on Wednesday, April 19 t .L'o., T'IO be a' L
4.reenwilohstreet, near Charlesstreoloreet ltg odaandt
Iattosiny parlor suts, in Freneh satin; also, an excellent
osserment ofbedroom and kitchen furniture, all moade to lae
order by John Mitchell, Esq., a well Iotwn mainuf
this city, and can be fully warranted. Particular on
day. The family are giving up houekeepigE ER-
AUCTION NOTICE-MoCAFPRAY & WALTERS, Ill
Auctioneers. corner of Catherine ad Henry streets-
evey sts- lni ilrc-rat reot. nstar t'rDIIinstrethkotetlf ag
A. MoCaffray & Richard Walters, late of 65 Divison street,
would inform their friends and the public generally, that I
they have commnenced thoeauotion and commission butinte
attheabove named location. Mosere.MoC. & Walters are er
confident, by.striot attention to business, liberal cashea
vances, and prompt returns, of ale of giving the utmost
atitsfaction to thosewho my feel dioed to
with their patronae. Outdoor Sales of any descrip
goods solicited, and attended towith punouality and de- Wlo u
spatch. ait mir,.alar
A SIONEE'S-.ALE OF ELEGANT 6'% AND 7 O..TVE Mell..r -il
I] .iDforfea., Sanosiaciorid l-- iV Munnas. Co. Those c
pieDGa ore folly uciraet 1, and mart i. c sold bfor, t ilir[t
c.1 lMa ito cl.eEto e c3cura. Thi'o In nt out a fOrte class r
tihno .ualdoe icI tI., i .h t;n:hem.-e [ cIf tL.e pr.-ent o-
r-orLinity t.. T.. i'cnrc oCS. at a t ry jeoin p l'ti Apf.ly at thie
htai(t'so ,r Weilrr -ti t. tB'riri o
--- --- --fuonts,-In tevbltel5 61-letfAt 1-6140-O.
A MOeCAFlIAY, AUCTIONEER, STORE CORNER n,,.e, ieV
t of Henry & Catherine stroets.-- Cafl-ay& Walters tOn
will sell at15 .lmilton street, on Wodleasy, April ll9, at I i
10% o'clock, alUthe furniture contained in the ahovoe house, i
con1isting of arlor. chamber, and kitchen furniture. oar-
pets, feather edt. bed clothes, andmattresos. a
.- ----s----- ernitri -Curv
ALBERtT H. NICOLAY, AUCTIONERI--SHETLAND staits
S and Welsh ponis atnuction.-A. H. NICOLAY & CO. sar.il
will sell at auetiono,-Monday, April 17, atlro'cloek, inircnt
oftl.e store, No.4 Broedstroet, one Shetlaed pony and one r
Welshpony, children'nphcton, harnestcAs. T'loponicoare 'r,
ienutitnl little animals, perfectly cound and kind, andhv- ha
ing been used by children, are very docil and
desirable. Alao, a white pon
high, kind and gentle, stable fortb a ladies'cadd
to drive in cinglo or double harnse. Sold for want of f.
theruse. Sale po:itive. .1 eh.r oec'-l r r
i- roei,,e.d ens nabeo---y t.,t
ALBER ITH. NICOLAY, AUCTIONEEIR.-GRETATPNR- Eissne
LI. emptory sale, to close a concern, of S200 very valuable
lota, comprising some l0O feet tater front, adjoining the
teamboa landing at Stpen, SatatonAten IslLand, at auction,
AlbertHl.Nicolaywl sell onTuesday,AprillS, lro'olook a
precisely, on the ground, at Stapleton, Staten Iland, with-
outreerve, to closea concern, about twohundred very a- h
luahle and eligible building lots, knon as theStapleoon r
DockPropeSty. Thseelotabreeituated onthehay asdfor I
business or manufacturing purposes are unsnurnased, as
they are opposite to and in eight of the city of Now York
and immediately contiguous to the Staten Iand an
York Ferry Company's landing at Sta
tien with the city during the summer every half
in the winter every hour land n o W al
This property nin point of time is reallynearer to W nl
the Fourteenth, whllere lots are selling from 10,000 to
p1r,000. There isan abundant supply of the finest spring M
wvater to be had on the premises, whereby the heavy dece
tax for Croton water, to which the manufacturer or mb- p
ehanio is subject in thecity is avoided, as well another senr-
moos city taxation, while thde actual convenience of thelo-
cation for business prpores to greater. This entiNeproper
ty comprises a water front Sf ne
stanthlh wharf the whole dstn e. e
commerce of the port of New York must of necessity
this point, a the ohaonel and anghrage are on thisloNe o
The hay, thus offering great advantage as a depot for our t
large steamer, or as e warehousing depot. The salubrityof we
the situation is unequadled, andthe me
may work to great advantage man etmoe
$15r 000 Ther iseen abudn supplyc of the fluone. eenty spigJdm~ ~~iflyoomtapbi LAF111Ie

tempered in thesanmer seasoney thersea h hreoedand
entiorn ie nar passe do commanding a en exrnivo view of
the Whale bay of New jerk. Thus uoptrunyiofe
to business meseunmanufaoturcrs o aiaitrrl
met with. and i t worthy of at
te relativepositioanhoftho property w ith the St hen

eive percentofthcpurehacemoneyeanromainonbondaad li
mortgagtfer three or ive yegre, ate svensper ent, erdeois
count offivea per cent for cash. Title unquetionatl
lithographic maps and full
B. NItIOLAY, auotisneer, NcI. 4 Broad street. N.
Should it storm on Tuesday, April I1, the sale will not t
place until Friday, April 21, at the same hour and plae,
tisi atc na n r aotef og.p bueos.odn y thesptinnoi
A NTDONY J. BLEECK-mR. AUCTIONEER-PER. ceid Be
emteork sale oalt italunabl &t.l lldlno ltse In the Eil
at seal sc'Ihealltp ad fit-sob


I





TINNAT81P' HlBGIIt1_1L.
TO LET-N-EAR7HE'TOLLGATEEN.GLISHNEIGHO- .rrO LlT-fTHE OD ESTABLISHED GENrLAMBSr
borhood, 16. J.. di m lLls from tl t. aon the aow J furnibl.ing Bnorr, No. I1 rr raw. turner of Anns trong.
plarnk r.jtd, a Isra uow LutlIlin,, n ij o hiied lp for a whee- Enq ire in the sore.
wriliL% shop, ult ir a gucd tenant Bonld be OlLeTd to Is
I akhey one ,einirBuea needon In tbo neibhorhto-l. Also. r Ol TOR SALE-NEW, ELEGANT BB1C
r. twio n iorr o. plg..p ..rl, ALnTo1o1 ton he.bd 1 u', jolly ce, marble Mhoiel. 11O11 bdIOnIr. all room Friiaia
rcrhd netar thei al.c^; 1hred f11,-1iu-uA pathv thse Flowdu'. U fniluw ccuilrfcollars. 6Itgel passf Filje door, silencted ingi
Aprpl 1 to W. TAILICOIrT r Iw il street, oron the Baoi'a FLnr Are l 1n imbDc. NOT.%. tl7Spor aixnnm. In.
/or yI n ad near the pi. iia. V re .f Dr LoRrrhepE, I.t'i,' rBV .1 FLiii,, I IhunibT igd
TO0ET--INROSS STREET. EASTBROOKLYN. NEAR do.a. Fin yoFun hors, and tod -
JNeaD anu, half or m,,re ,,f a now thrca tory and LEASE-A LARGE BOARDING HOUSE IM
1 i, meit brick l.onse. wih p.rl;.ri, m lCA r,0 Ir ,Ianl tl., liin J[ [i d.'n n el dijmnr1 i frm the nn i vV
drci rs Ren t uuderasto. In,. oire On the pramiloa od pu. I q.ire At 16 Builio- t .
TO T-OE Or TOE MOST PLEASANT A% O EN T-ersRA OFFICES IN NsS3APSTtBET.
tultLIy lo ,a iolnE In d ii). (dIUAC. a d care pama T outer Beekman. Inquire at WEBSTER'S Land Gilles.
ev(ry $oiimie,'' to a Eille .a 6 J A lio. or a ir7 small ] n d 12 b Iea.en street. J',
fa iisly. %,(.Lt ll.iTen', il fr.Tit LA4..raD. liaii Parlor and-
lla,-m,iliwith lfl the'r. .ltr..orC.hLcrlomoD 0 RENT-rTHE SECOl- D FLOOR OF A GENTEEt
croo jf.ur,%. i.hix .la [ Lath. fr.ul TOem on othlr our, Lith T Luna in lir, d ,&> A.or place tun.00gOf
rrialo. Elluri riil-M. Ac. No) 44L isulh &,-on. Bu~rner t~Twa b, rrilo of two rcomb builtl. a r a Tniillinor, dcutclit Or phy-
ty re.,L'I.0 slllect. *l'hr.. l eiu[. b.u'aIF' lEltrM. Sl Oy bo 'Con q fis o l i l i I ineu. Fur |'Ta~ullra rP'?
r[r,. 1 L3 il-t. Tk rni Very midirh6 to a nic Wt o Min.ED%'Tf 7"fl Ir;[..I.h7.
Hu- E rPPFR PART OF THe not15E KNOWN AS 208
TO LET -1 WILL LET PART OF gnt HOPSE I OC- T Fulton ao L, h 5tile for a lar~v loardins
o (l .TjhitdI adBi o~lill r" y mTprLoi'llaaw r itn .rn honFe ol a mehniicailal Lujauij. In-.iU-ne 3p btlflir, OFF Lhd
folly I,,rTtl heo und fill n,:.O-rOi Impr-oi~ciiiti Tru. i L im .
a is,, i hw,,r i a.," a. For m.)we pt.lu rS,
fidlitb E W. F, ibrmildoltue or BrL.IAay Polt Ufl-a- mo BAKERa-TO Lur. A Y.%ncr BAKERY AND
P-1-1-11i- lwi dLnIuiil y. T______ lture.. -.1b a 1 htfk 1.ore andi L11 I L-,dr"M.it. in A 110111
P... ee%. ioly..'aly. J
---------- ,ir~o I ti u~t Liiil No>. 7 roirn tly cr l -I pT..nih p
O LET-WITH COOKING PRIVILEGES. nADtIi, 1c, to 1ON RILENT
T 1 -OL. I r.1 .,u] r,,l ln .) large plirlc r on eai t r.-
flds-.r (ni-m.,t, 0; l.e m.JtrD imr-r..m>.nHe BIll i-00CCU- EODA WATER MANr ,Ar, rr.ERS-A tA"
p', 1,11 1. I ., E.) m >o t.h ei.iinit o.l i,,h e ilr cl, per-rn ii !ln ; em lar
Z&!Tii1 ( ri' ti. 5,: L rl ,,n'n R I..reoD e itte .nidQ n r.li*QIrud i^ij L|Ru lrin il1b tniie4 i ~ l'! o iii
Api.ll I. r,,,: r'-l ,r F drtltr-ch.L ul,. orite Eleventh I H i,1 (-f May The lvf is wril altablvchd and I
stritt. 1 I A., ur : l-.,j C i'Ad-,, ]1 oL-Ix V! tDInt, Eent in Ad n iiw %L beary tradc. witijui any om iiiuD Tb0 out.
vance. Fi___ r-c ll sold n l It i la d LI IilDIIMD lauded H
......-.. ----- I tbr purtLbm L.orl LbL hiiaiDt, f t It Is a f(otd OCAnoaj
,fn0 LET-A FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED BOOM ]F ied r,.,n giten
J- and bedroom, to two or three single gentlemen -iILL. or 1 ar11 l [ rvr raiiberpartloulariapplj
without breakfast and tea; permanent young men p'lrruJ. E J WCuOR, 77 tis ail rirbct This I. be opporitl
Apply at No. 4Dominick street. ,ii iby Ibh P it or 91Y Potiow ising to embrk ,n ,t
""""" -----------------Fek'. and Ibcraiicd boinwriead
[0 LET-TWO MODERN BUILT THREE STORYBRICK
houses on the south side of Summitstreet, South Brook- B.ir LOTS -TO I EASE. FOR A TERM OP YEARI.
lyn, containing eleven rooms eaqh, and only four minutes W Jets or. 7jnirty niib. rc-nleth. Frig-drot rt-
walk from Hamilton ferry. Rent very reasonahlo. Houses liftlt, Nrch
aid location desirable. Inquiry of Rev. SILAS BILLINGS | Il Bruadwaj over Ad El BaDI.
corner of Summit and Hieks streets, South Braokla, or o-
MARSH & CO., 2% Maiden lane, Now York.
rl'O LET--AT NO. 141 MERCER STREET, FOUR
T o.L aom ,O Crd OLL-. "r ibr..i,l .L ,. n I .ntt OP ,R F
room at a l ." rL rl...1 L..II r p t,-t.1t l ilN . L.Il,. Im inder. al
So44 Ea a ,11.^1. .. l S. i R I_ N D V r L u h.. r.; ,B ,.:, Ell I o 'be Com paD) 'a D .ok. at J-r s r 4 ty.M l b
....... n .16 0, sr,.J a.lawn Flux,.r
TO LET-ON BROADWAY, TWO FINE ROOMS, 't1 ,a At t o'. I~ k ppcl...I 1aioi~ra a-tincaloi to.
` L suitnblo for auction. pianos, or eahibition rooms; also, n be.rd Ir lli O'elOrl. A. M. The An, 1 mail an the
( i m..-i, n ,[ rL.,ta' rooms, all finished in the beat modern t MOY_
p~3oi IL) %,i i ilIeorented modrttog d enus Ap
ply to J. C. HA MBroadway. OR ivEnPQOL-UNiTrD 9rATE3 MAIL STEJB-
.-' F Ii, ARCrnc. Jin L.a. com dr. Tbi
LO r.ET-A PARLOR AND BEDROOM, A FEW SIN- ; 11i L- '11 det.,,h the liu. SiAi ra.ili re
ur..p pJ,11itl ly a- ,,inrdoy A I'Ia 1Ik i
T ntes walk from the South or Hamilton ferrio, Brook- Ia.r..r.i t 11 OB .
)yn, to two single gentlemen. Therooms are handsomely J -in or
furnished. BreakfastandteaIfrequired. Apply[fr intor- ha. lojunL-.inilild AfdOir..,.idti.,B For p:6,DU"
mTtion at101 Degraw street, Brooklyn. t-r c u nrll 1.3
KDWARD K. COLLIN. W & Ir.
TOLET-THE STORE NO. 107 BOWERY: A FIRST- I P n1 r iraor_.ic, i-dle..i _in.,IIll1. A. M
ratelocation for furniture, plumber and _,irfitltr. or Tl. lt ,(Lir P-ini Ul ra~cej the Arctic, and suit
anybusiness. InquireofWM.MH. STEIKEBNo _1'dranu y 13.
strest. "
8fc'e~tl _____------------------^OR S- l'THA INrTON AND HAV HE.-TH E U. R. MAI 1.
0tLET--IN STAMFORD, A HOUSE AND GARDEN F 3 awUr ENION. 1600 tons bujtnen wilb double pilel
TLhus just been put in good order; nine rooms, welllooate lvrouies mqR am.tmnumallae 4
on a rise of ground, one mil) .lgtaut from the depot. Ed flwre -.olma O 4ootbsxmpl...nlo laBd the Mal& andpn-
partio niars inq uire of CHAS It t-.%7LRBL tR *.:.:',, ".; Ulii--y, Mus6,al 1 o'aloitiro in No. L
Broomes.treet. ew York, or 4 UOR1CE WAIEIBURI NQ'h ,." \,
near th premlseo. Bent molle '. Do S.ag .................. 7*
m0 BET-TWO NEW TUREB FIORY BRICK BOUSES, %LEWga Fia "wda' durin the v,.5a~ahould beset on
with otres and stables, >,ia. ,.d on Tt.,rd av .- an.J ho? ^ .i' .rw.a b.l-e, 'B." Nof;vgb
1040h street, nd furnished m.icth all iho m,,l,.ru LIDDr.F..o- or ir'.1glib or passa
ments. InquireofS. B.McGOWlN. Tid oavenu o1ana 1tIh ; pl; ir lOmlMER LI V MC.iON. Agent, 6 Broadway.
street. I, __TFAM BETWE WDN EN E VOnK JND OLASGOW.-
0To Lf-THE UPPER P.iRT Or CUILD1iN',:1 6 6 -it,. T-,rk St,-aimbip Company. mis
T Wasmlngton street, eo ii-nr, d.f ilr,,iu ,.,bit.d1by r.erw, GLASGOW (1 9 02 le I .Ire power) Robrt
25, uitableforoa light mechaLu,JtL.&i-.i.E A. i'lp C.'m Bd~r. 90.1 & E. yOKK, _'4m p orM
25 suitabl--e_ -- ------ DOo~ r.1 .r ll Ic&Si Ne'w ortk for rjLargow &a .ndor. vi.:-
rrO LET-THE STORE .1('k8 BROADWAV- ALSO TO I Wtdln1b';1, 1 IL' 1" at 12 -1'0",k M a ,d Wednasday lana
L let or for sale, two boautfn.l r. untry rt,;idohel. i.. near 1, *.1pi r ir d sai n iB. 'A .
theHudonriTver, inl652d str.. 'fu b...A.,. kre :.Ahy V) o J H hi roddaray.
fret, withmost improved ftia r.. i\r ro.l.naa la. DIP I
Alao, for sale, someoS00obeaut,fal bwId~ng 1jid. LB14hird OF
R.F. CARMAH. 00 BroadwFv. HE LIVERUUL aND ILADELIA BAM-
B. ship Company Lnteud startIng chair [aoidtoneinmlupw
TOLET-THR COUNTRY SEAT IN FET SEVEN fP
street, between First and n J a^ iUta .. Abh garden. i of Maucbe ter.............. Sabrday..Arril 1 IBM
fruits.irapea larn, ., allpl ytoi hat.l a Ae. Ap[.ly 0 Glasow ....... Saturday..May 13. 16
at192 Broadway.from 11 to ra" ..'a I,.L L.or at 93 oEast weks "- [. 0. B tarday..June 3. 186
seventh strettSof PETER A. H. JACKLON. 1rR ON *uTICELpoOL.
Tincra~~r^ ^ ^3^^ 3^ ^rao L /-^ -^S ^ Si
0 LET--A HANDSOME SECOrD STORY ROOM. 11Y Of ..... ....o... W1119, 1 M4
in Grandstreet, rear Elm forniabad or u^nu b City of bhe. Nr ... .. .. .|o dbl l ., 10 1 '.t
with full or par tia l board, w it h a l d i th _A____ | f of ii ne t ... .. . .Ab t. .. a -Z ,1
family. For further pA rtiouhr .. o16, L al Ioaldr Adr o t and W. A13 t osta teIroo Ts.
L ew is, 16 3 W a lk er street. ,btb OEO bot,1 6 d i i -l r ..l t A Li re frL. -Tb e c l dp p ar r ip w l l be ak
nd found wlt 1aamfort tr, ab pr( fa r
r'VI !LET --PART OF THE THREE STORY BRICK W' .......a...... on L oar ill .... io rpol.
ML h house, 169 Suff olk st ie s- n, r F [lo an 5tr e wl y I Pu a rti e sis-hi n g to bi noi o ul th su r fr ie s n ob t bai ir
painted, to two or three sm ,A l ent-.l fnmilri.. .IBsO the Bo n ofel hla ga an d Li rp l, in mir
store underneath.d Applyiar'. ne ).uiiaBl e r a ir adat hp it iojoLoo IFLlS Agent.
OLET--TO A SMALL RESPeCAni( rY. OR MELBOURN E.8 rLL R TRAME.BON TO,
part of ho ses N o. 186 M a Jd s.5 n--traet-fr-l .nt n----nt.
fo parlor onfirst, floor, 1.&,k I lrad l 'Wntrs r -h cipe tl IETG L LWL
rom on the third floor. RanO 1a p-r s er a r I her bel L 1 Estliver, bad1g ier reigh a rbor
148 Division ofse t, or of BYR. eernegie Nd ren 5 ulo cro tuuy nk-ad.ad.wilhaequc.dsath


1 B~i e cr given avnd ol uue bef~f Nl lumoeDi Lj lihLfniiVi" p DL'rt Y thr U alb a rnepu~ti shi in GriE beat Is
f r ,LT --A T 130 CAN AL STRE ET. T W O PAR LO RS, NB .ay Grd ha j comforLShe is om modai wi t h Mn or
5OO'r Ventilators in bothibiiB, and carrsu oth n lm er go
-- Tonedhbedrooms attached, tlurfiDhae )vOILndoleforaparty L. For ,O
of g ent I De e Do ff o four tO LA w h o T Hil l ,a rd irbr e Blen r A ppl y 10 can i L
ast and top. Also, single ,, ro a .I L bevae an& I as > may. I f .a t, hav in d arot-i I d
Terms moderate.F.WCMRNIN TN.
0 E- FEHUEN IErNH IPL-GENERAL JdESUP.lavighrPrihtalouse
T[ ELret, near rite i n uhaving alltt, I nd mdr rw e mo~ernFr- ,l ,i tL--------------wee--
I pBrowxstt. Renal S LEW.P aior e r ; p.l a& Bad sac, axtur8, W ay She line TO CAL1-
ir 6a i Mmllle ial nd aou 1. fivsingei .\ R m STA il own
rmibr n and wl l III tr wo Ibe tou aims if and
rpO LET- T ft D W ELL ING FT A N D Sor TH E NFp W r s ^ ^ "-Pp n1 It L .G uIoBjILN ,;
I iLck .a re o II TrI Ttt 1ixtstriet, betwaeoz\ weui o *& hit 1 rhd -46.
rr~l 'rnaut ri n in Plarlors. p, pI.,rlace Cr. too wate ARE of D Ico
ndA an nELC n tAd r OFtaN A MC hornbnn lia .-Ile ato d a, aaie ,sNORTH TA.willtara N OWr
1laroiu .house. Or C of lJLe l E1, 0 twof r. thl. ROBE inm.. rk u t, hlb Mune. I.) Dm ud Stae Uncl euam.ih
,rat..r .. .t, iraLi e ,.nd ts. Inquire o tihia premdsee, i e n rlb Ur Ctm nny Invtnd lo oripl o id t t ll on nradte
N& 81.S Broaals ornur Twelfth stress. If.a p pi a e before prl 20 -ae of Warren ri.;
l' 10 BET-T E URTE, FIFTH AND SIXTH FLOORS Ap 1 ,,n, W CR OS ,N Ba W, p t. up
T te f L, Dis ., r. 1 i 16 aN p t r, ,t U. -. re .,r rr .uln F n o o IN Mien p i o l o f t h o i r o ad ak e s



r'.r hi.livry.D 25i-n-(n, 4 lol. Mp il PLAlbr j~~orn-rr Ttn iisa an Feb ru ryOin t elh6 tv daysa ndiiot tli e n ODn daws. 'n
m0 LII.-Li T-arE.f SECOi c-tOB OA &jO *.1114,L f1(E.T6 willW AI IN O CLT W :A VAAS
It L, 10 L'd From Lh 90 TO .the1 4111 Wil b .d d r litor 1 (T. S. IM
t,- ujt twnhadto InLr. ,A.J GjH 7,N iio% eIal nd Pan ama --Lowestpico sprorsea cn
nl atoun lof the Panama TickoU c a u b e nli for the
I o1 T--THE LOWER PA RT OF ANEW ANDNICE Vleonti l ftcesfr h rni fseI~ms
PL-k m t t re rt wlLaIr, e I,.) : l.in i L. oll,.Ih e tr." ntl, i f i n Ad -
_,. _________nie113d E Jt CRiver. no.r ,c api-A by Mi.Bd aU (ilaa- i ae &% at, %a a rl ion larai.
(Grhio R, n I t I,' rAer a nn u rn For fJ rt br part dl, r is0, p A t 1.A 'lc .J.fo irato" arneiit
[,ly t o B PARKER, iW CoLir.,, Lr%,L. tefa aigse br E R EL W at .T
IFox, U. S. rvary, to oooncea at Pnm ihI wan
mOLET--FURNISHED OR R UTDRNIEREDWITHlh,. | 51-amablp Comany's lst JHL.fi azs
T .or ivih,,n Il..r.t, a pleasant, anr u-r,',o,,itaLblef.:,-- o t Peio h 'uino h aira 11119Il
,,r t wo -n oI,:-rn,al It 11.Spring m1r stt, eoru. r of Tbotp-il. aikaars b sh u ratebai n a ,alc
T iermsmoderate. room onthird,1that wild Induce all who Faloo Theio* heaAth lIN
.. ..emlr.rt tor6e elet Lide r S r takey(aefow re
1'[0 LIT -THE SECOND STORY OF NO '1v BE EKMA.N For AasA co h ahulhspratdbgarne
T street, o roomis P90feet cooip.- *e." .u'i tedani.1fll -----o --e----or -------- dter-- fo
divided into two tenements Alb., ; nen, ors of No piia t.aaa ikescnb bate o h
Beelmal street, welllightedIbe renthalfIIIbe lottransitfroa WCarring Adamm & Co. paneio
without the lour half. Inquire ofw Or a t sreet Tho a datons For Pai.
J A M S CO N N-E R I SONel S. 0.lams. are mulanaedRdprinL t
I n O DAL E, t. Ol u.ia a to a o I n the oterl o
0 LET.-THU SECOND STORY jTliREE.RO0S aylilies inciri[.R f ( lho.amhp SARx 177
Jwithone room on third,o B. a a oL a l) C1 tl tosdru nn. A WNo.3
Erovements, on Broadway, neariidtn iy B..t, rnor r..t %.[I
b rented low to a desirable tTEWEB. fup l I.- l..r kTaW ORE. AND CALIFORNIA TElSI LoNE,
LIPP, 116 Williame street. 11 viu r ii'rmioihy6 e ccessary Thaje Comany of
Nicartonr& pirlarietor --Thro ughti n ad a noo f the mai l.
0 LET-A NEAT COTTAGE RAT BLO, INGDALE, Only ID fo l,3ll1. tickts inli to CFALEo
T. between Seonty-nintha,-IEir., t-r -,, O ,O',,R. A6'he N o ULing l
ing eight rooms. Apply toR. LE C U D LIU 1P, I IW, l 1Lia i it T hl osbxIoojw e-Afo irN.3Not
fro LET cisi~ebr, ot 3 o'clock P.Id pr d1LV frPIUA&o& F
TO LET-COUNTRYANDSITY RAm1RDENCE.--SMALL i -Lur---- -p--* ----- th -o-nd
A. house, outhouses, and tvvety ii,.ro, river road.JN.w iim-pP ~ eaa(.1 nabrhu)oe n
Rochelle, near E. K. Collins #m.l 1 ,u ,f.11I1,t.5I Niahu Tast otboigbu.,re xds f[o
ray hill, Thirty-eighth street I ir,.ta.n sna at. Efuuir de claim .treat, near Broadway. VnFfipdmaancr
MACFARLANE & MERRIT1 49. Tird arcane further li.re-Te opsgmnt C &
...... . .. . R(.A N. le,,A AR vligG en
0 LET-THE SECOND SORY S AN O NT B &S 11.
T erit ofs modern threo-sr,,ry dx'ell~n i., aa tmall xc EYYR N l.eAAMMHPCM
toolfamilly. Inquire at 240 B"eat 'r hdrt, t th street, ,lest N v arigteUie ;IO ofl-o oie tp
door toeISinth av* nue, ILLL-~rIMnhy ie-h ta si A
V:AN BA, R. W Shofui.Jt. cmadr ilsi o ~
0LET--THE STORE, OR PART OF' IT. NO '2AM LOS oreonTpdy&li:5at1colpril
J Broadway, cornerof Ho..t,,a stree t The.re I. R thr-a from pier tl foot of iilrin-,cl street. Norh Flor Freigfr.
years lease from the Ist oF May, .n-bl 6ut i b b.J I o oughtB l reo taken r~ r NewOrlciop PsHonvira f'.r BiV-ni. moSl r.M.
quired. Apply on the premise. ear-i [imirls hereor lehinvon For It Ahlior nexaa
applyoe LIVINGSTON. CR 11URON A CO.. *J Br-id.
m0 LET-ALL THE LOTIS OVER ri:e STOBE &II wa. ND-1he Blank WsrriorJ. D Bullock. command.
T. Nasiau street. Inquire of a wil dbcced &be Cabliis ad9 il MA gin.
SAMUELi OSGOOD, 81 Naesan street. E 1 --- - - _1
0OLET-A SMALL STORE IN BROADWAY, BE- .W YORK AND ALABM SFMSlIP Otf
JL tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Also, ashop hir e _f.mr Mol tr1FFiU-!At fciinL-Thi &e:.mBhlpCA.
.andinrgeyard inrear. Apply at 867Broaidway. nA A .I hlll;c.c]idr Iicmec a
_______________JAMES M. DENNIS. ccltil, ; fre;ilh c.n Saii1~.A n n ilflti br
riOeLET--AFOUR STORY HOUSECONTAINING TIIE of HKIIDiiu.aUi>r rorlltiBu~i r
JL modern improvoments, iu aquiotuand dolightful location, la. s^ar frDvaluiLpor &BprtbQ!
within one block of Union Bquaro; the furniture will he soit f~i iilj c riri or let with house. For particulate addre-l A. B., Herald. ll>;OLlO'lRNA>.Ani
--------------------------N. B--Fhe Blael Warriojr, J.D il'be n b uir
fm0 LET--TO A SMALL FAMILY, TRE THIRD FLOOK ml n'cloabfaidtBBy!
.L of a house in+hird avenatbtenSvnenhad-------------- --
Eighteenth streets; Croton watter ou the fleer, Applt nBNWO-EdDIETHEEWSAM
o6" Broadwfay, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. S LrOZBA1j in jtlbi ii1JaMLw
______________JAMES M. DENNIS. :esB. vil]ll,=atooe audy A rl2.11.i .M h
m0 LET--THE SECOND STORY, (A LARGE SALOON) r a.""^ 'i:?.^t|s.e;*ag.tolAl'i
JL of the large brick building, ou the Northwest corter oz ittiilol.lit1 ul.rd or*-ilopaag a.
Mort and Chatham, No 184 Cbatham, with awideaud. easyH uC1RE OdA UI: alwaa
ontrauee from Chatham street. It will bo rented for the ---- -- ---
present year on favorable term, "with the privilegBe ,, K}ni iA\AFu Tlrr~n r
additi.nalstorles from Mayl l,15 Apply toJ I. [A 1KEN. pld/ ^ ^L 'ETESTATE
No. 60 West N/nth ttreet___________r, R ric.(n n lcCmt Sa lmll il
m0~ LE T-THE DOUBLE HOUSE, 54 WALKE O .l,*'^.lo~~ll'" ^n.r^-r0^ ^^''
1[ ir.f a fq",i ors t.r a J-.. ,f roadway IS suitable for rodbds cfi.ad1 .r rrD mnl orte imot
l,,.,r,'.- f..irir,, nt w. I1 s *> dwelling. Has hath, ga, t d t tiin cofl n'T l iLp i niara eJ
lmh, I.5.1..I.I1.1 tilh, .t, inIlboptT~tucomplete ordor, aoi~ hldlli," inrg~e T>Saeo
Ap1 l2`1t l.\hilL1, hKrLiU[itj[T-D ISO eerlstrect. ___ Gi.B 1iv B l", r tivm Wou ay
------------:--------------n r, tii Pl.iladelp)liia. U i O .MA IN N f u or
rT[O I.I'T--FOE HOTFI OR BOARDING ROUSE. THB *1LrTISlinlhCAI..'A ""B
.i..v- iiirinin- 1.r t11 an.ic., prl-'.s~.--i omprislng Thlt f R ?i A ..I *D 1Lrn A IM 1J S \ E.
tw..r, en,- \. ithdl Jii,,ii i rnncr JI ndil~ r. rrmhIj~ementtoflifth r FI n Ti 1 n iln ilflA ll 1A
t. ri. IH llJ I,,, lei lo t.1 a n,,ld tilmnI. Apply at No, 1 iM A U ; .S r~k .ill)>o iiioi ,l~
Fcrsyths trceot, te _____ A. MeCAFFRAY. ,\[n]il1octciP M f'.li ~rN t.r.r
m0 LET--TRE OLD ESTBALrSHED LACE AND EM- "Iit, A'ini f'.l'lYyo"^l! lel^eIn'^.d*'.
1 broidery tore, t57 Bronduha a, between Spriug. andl A[II1.i'l ki io wYrktJokmj
TO'1 LET--A PART OF A DWELLING HOUSE, TO A ,TRCALSO MIFOIA-EIWEI
J small family, in a pleasant location, In Essex street, r 1 iiiLn Tofxrl ~ a on t~i
Jerseyelty. Rent moderate to an approved applicants Ap. ~nlk~iTEa ;inlr ll .p.re
ply at 139 Fulto street, New Yorkt. _______4 N,|,, r r~n~dy pi 9 t1P .pelo
------ ~ l}ir rr, I,.bi at, ply on board, w tr al llof adu ilb
r]HE STOBEE1,M BROADWAY, WITH BACK BOOM nzi isrlpgo ~ lc..ierPFF~ IJS
A and front hatemsut, to let or lease .to a rc-paral.le TOAOi rn~r1Loi ceiI irla
tenant for twoyjears from the let of May next. R-.nt UI.f lL-nJ~ioilefI oPaa.13
10 A M n~d 5'fiP.~~letmllr --- - - ---------- -------- Lilred S, ates mail Jiast J U S O S t t~


TO PHYSICIANS--OFFICE TO LET.-TUE FRONT CarT-Owll lcs~e g.r 13 N-rth I`
baIment No. 5 0reat Jones street, three doors from at 4 c r *" Petersburg. nX a h:'
Broadway. The situatlonai highlyellgiblO. IthAA Ift ,ily manors Tim e can take the Seaboar Ron oke.
been occupied hy a physician, and will be let On odor s sn
terms. Apply on the premises. VVI 11min feon and "ai,;;1,. a% r .A
T0 LET IN BROOKLYN-A STORE AND CELLAR, 'e'svr,burg ti mond. III0. L*1' Wf pi.F
in errlemeon air.or, t ,rru r Ofr (0o-t, h ca ood lOtton "'t'"L 113' .'rin rAM /t .W n .
f1 r tho r.et' v .O-"nesii.tfor wbi b 1It snow fitted up; ls, LODLAM A P LKASANTS. 32 Broadway.
twnlor:,.,t-fr'bE ..ppi&lltLit I lall Apply to D. 2. AIL BOAT rO LE-A CLISKER" BUILT SAIL
III .1, Z.,u Pearl atr-.l, Br~ lyuSyn. i-rai fGmuen hi Iciiii;. ari-per faaleued, In perfct or.
. . . ..dor. Ith two gifts 1 111.or s-r e r ndrgi
0 LET INHOBOKEN-AT LOW RENT. TWO OF A a E IL In-
J. row of eix first class modern built three storyand bus- qir rN O R Abi 2
meant brick houee. Inquire at the upper house in the new near P shp.
block, on Bloomfield street, above Sixth, Hoboke-
To LLT.-nE.iP-TROSE TWO SUPERIOR BROWN ....
TiltuoU frou tLores N.)@ I A..I 1..1 bI N inth a e.nue be. ILL1ARD5 -ULLlA O IN BROOKLYN THE
I.H.L T c. nty Pril nrd T. ,, sn d sir l.oUB, well eacen U M'.nlac nail rjrnn onta in g lwell o tables. are
la]edd[r any kind '.fr buidnei also lo le.t oonf0 p0 ron >liC lar-lL I.b H ie 0 lilrolli n. an hitto and arrarid
1li.0 s[]pr rl ivr IV0 sir, t re r[Ite.I IL t IOum, bouso 94 WVell In au-anrtrk ( 1ufrF r l ltip of te blioiuIn N- Y V-irk
Il rntlt bll truit- aBe r.'lztha ,(,na Ena.]ulro at No 9 Wnll or t uh- l> , a drors of tba fal nliM Lt amufmoub
1WjLii hrbt St eecr. LafwoD r A. H or alter 6 o'olook IV %III d.- IiI fi tt.10c &crillabmn ut. S nLrAD.P*,nCoiul
evening! tirct 0i.I Prol-adetord. TUOi TOYN.
m0 FT OR TO IEASE-T11E 'WE LL KNOWN Pla I ., i i
T i LI... -.0.. ,., If- 1,1,u i E t I 11- I litu i In Emit *n 7ra
J. w Furk Posmit ,,,n rn I fr
thcr p ,.c.l.. 1,t I,..LU. .. 77 a lamb. -tt Aly. y
TO RiNT--1IE N GW HOTEL COnNErt Or TEIVTI AM pr'r. Isl ing 0-.rd .,. If- ,.nj itOr hoa8
.a' D e sand frlrly tlrBIt Irelit o, llL tlu Ilud Un Kirjr (ur L I ad rtipl Lominj
Rallrosd dtpot.t tLlditip fity IfEt qOtp atd L1o BtorI"Is higl' ubiiarfol. rdrm aD recoi-I -ety LIia ldon and le
Ill, Pail. Thalia. .to-- -11. i ll i ltB )| 11 1 tll bg IV L Lif, lo d.. c pl'Pi. to V 1 o or "RrV O .v.p]l. al .
I.itL lIsD&I. rr l*l DIU I |iicD, bo. 73 kf a rfiJ n o" hgwaa lj B uu.


Afblrat In Cubi. to the lack Warrior shall be frgtten, ni glep for- FINANCIAL AND' COMMERCIAL. I lir-Rocl-land was PRR abudn nd quoted at
OUR RATVA1 CORRESPONBENCEM Ldra, other sil ar capea ho "t been ___---_ --- I MlaoLA-.-Ter %r e b^.85U' bb^ W i mucv-o1ugl
OU LV O.RSO ~U entombed at Mad .. Aov v H RIE .' .Io aln
HAVANA, ApriU, 1864,,. Iaendyou clips from the Durto d e/m a r M1 Id Lin.
,More Al drt5e ar'k War'rior r-Ci dur.-- o rof udal I Iace froamow, from which you wil learn tihat hfo 3p.nlh FAT1RDAY, April I&_6 p M I ( 11-whille,-rm nod lvowereuch
Fa'sifi l I'llanslaionf tll t f .Dn um entsin R,e/ajuan f,0 e officials havenoat avery elallfd opinion of lmer;can paloe a ot v r rbiow nW lf hgl ii ,o
'pe or A mteri eara journal hsm.of the Lntter they sl'- 7I b. wrewasq,,te a bur.yn tnt W allst eet to .da [ac
stheAfair--Reri of tha ltole Cawse--Landiag qn, ofMore."Th pre srO1se ,whi chuninr Ie-en lrly 7Si, nD f,,rtt aU ,bra'a
a uolef ga inihgofthePr nn rIn,n d. andrepu amtrmenof j, d.Jr,..Dan.t sen6o aLl ovvr AlI lnle flguic wL.h wa the mol 9'
W e a re so t t h r o u g h w ith de m on s r a U o n s o n th e S p a n is h d se r e w o rld ,. . bd Tco n t e m p t N r l , n t hin g ot n Jo a nnr I i
adde of thejiitlice of their proceedings in tle case of the iSeev a-arA '. Ie ri m or ash I m "'Clitin g a hi ulou l Ths aic a o, r 4 o don e -nd 0 1 E .,AAil lor Large It
jBask Warrior anm,, for the Coveonience nr your readers, I,!mauawrak aiellln in.- onl, In1, eo.l, it,O "abyhy [ hfncr in-lucnd to sell at grc.M t ner-nl Wo hare no 1,1 nhtre,.,sold 2,11 phi3 cutuI at u*chng .l
we send you the governm,-tSpan!,hPiran.lal.,n to Eng-I rsen. -f Id,^ .'e lanky Ln 1," -",-" nn.> ,, :
3 of the Ti tiondtoo, allerod by GeneraD Pezuelrl which P,'eniI; a u 'styI inai.lo ,'.,1,b.etw.. |t *Iit ,ira n, up
V nt forward by the lsn t steamer, via Few Orl,:,ns, on nlkle the dt.l n,-,crh ril esm .i t nI 'l't h" w* d all u" k.I lr,: n u d 10 .l yCan to n Lon.pn y .l ur 1 p r f l. Ka -H.emarK.l, UU., ho[a.t -cohWASdull and
<, . l a'lq y e ""l ria"" New Url.,init an I i, a fih uausz.in..l I -.IO, onu-ll., Oic Irvin | first j, rdr~ to n -lay C Nt i~~,un Co .-p ~iny *A u, 1 perr,bi ioin.1 unit- Af..l Kin ILI,- wr,., i. itrn i a~ ln- ,..rae m .-re
t h e S A in s ta n t an d w h ic h y o u o u g h t to r e ce iv e o n e d a y n h b eol d ifir o m I hu ul,l ,o n ro'o F l orD b y1 [ a ..l h rNt y l :e"J r a. r i, l n i A n, n cir, I L K. i i r l p r r. I M r d H e r.
.(.ofer, 11 RrFtrimnslnLiOn 1010 EnelLt, by aithorty ,I s~ en ev/
An advance of the m ll by Ihe Isabel 71i. Thi En 'lih ,t.[tio u i G l gloncruni.,.t Of l.. ihAj.:.l,, Nu.lc
In very much After the manner and in einnoy th I Ic or M -rp T% n & 0, .n~l le Consul, a4 |iublirl-rd I.ont Island, ,1,. Storlion. 1, Frio Rmirr-rit, 1; &M ol M.c r ..TLaa-g, bhnr rlo Ini,,l. aof ,l Ib,. lee are ,.nwo
Version of IheoCpanush text in the rerege MnOa i In of ,t ,.a ir and I am m-ormon lla I 1j, n-,.ng niod l New lfarcu R1.io.-i-i 1 1, -b.p, p.N- r.niD from i..c 4.,a.
1hr. 0 & L non e art, ae.to 11 0 nl o the Llnile4 t,ttls r,.r "If "*, ]]e0'.in .oh ,r .
M w a f e x p la in e d i n m y La s t W e d o n o t l ( .r B o f a n y a ] ; ri b u t io n a m o o g t h e il i .c i p le s o f , U n c le T o m I he W ectg a n C t r a l F i iilr u a d % C . l o. ] P it t W I T ".S;i-.. W eC d o n o r i. .I _, ; r. 1 *d ;., n h e ,h. ,p e or U n e a P o ] ,>
ratio uin the rolition B or the Commo,loreo [ O th t Iho e l n. Mr b Gidd;ng s, aad H ,.rice G realer. ; ..Iro I ..- ,1c ,,., -. i. f r... r ,nt Porl.)
hiiin ~ n ri in OH ~~i i 11ave .frin tho oriviinnhi Of these Ile terse m~ F .m o H ira,, 1.io Cry ,t ul Pali~ je f lnilrr'. I .-e r c.-ni il. ni .i *.'o a t 4.e zc .l ,-' a 'n 'b co ,L
squadronand ltB anlborilits, no r rrteionn h-a b,.o. Ia T],.,n hller materially from the sp.init h Iran .1n. a Cu *n Jo ,1. 1 c'u -'l. -1. lo.r w. morl nuiurc-Ifur at 7 I~ ai 8?1; .
mlade oftlhe objeclionible langr,,,eapl[, t, the Prowl tines. Wff-laare added, o.U-] oth.-rssIlrt out, th, rnhnl.. I I le.
de oLof the Uni;eFl i ,. *ir anv altompt at our1,1a the inurenm<,nirr oand. theirpubl-,arion e wh ', o nd 1'],ie-,.r l L..:.\ i ii r.-ur L.1 .
tion, whoereore no Coll[sLst. 6s1...,,is ehenu ioterehiange-l or ,bcr r effect Mnto n n ebw the l[,ao,sh ,iidl~o~it,,e to touI ; ho.d,,'prcnCmeln e ~~IPL-,1 t
he utes gien. ..lhcr l,.u It appeared 10 be the J, Ler '. thi, main qt o.:iion, e , r i rai a.l ron l; B ,.1 7 .. .1 I; E, ia.,. '.. ^ '**S" -130 t-o,*d .i, rt r, a
sautesgieo Rlir u~ I UPO~d10, 1, ponoa rdr:.lse A'. sour r-ld iriv'n.l JJ,,-. B n;137 -.-a,;iI. tdC., 1c~i C:1dnlh~d t.N,
ti i nofoeurrptain GSnri to [ore% down, aS if 1,: F,, "'eitlhrihis vcv.-l ;. I ,'. York Ci.:nl'l Re broadly, 1. c' I -I',tv i pe;,,i J geo.,illU .r nL l- or ihclrnw i
w re brow e ,.n a .Cre,,. ,,raeo-rader, his declra. r- th,i vrn'p ** o ,;._; h.. b^bai % e rather more acti ve o.d., and,,,' ,1 .... ',1,1 t.) ,--", ,r
laongaiustll"nddRpiinsafacts The prooimp;on of 1 lbe %go Ml e.;.(..- I h .,. 01 b .. ...1 ome eases prices were better. Cumberland improved
;it. that i,in 'u-Io,. A,....1 .D f. -.1 'n fi..,'r."l-lA I...J 0,do ome Cases prices~ly~~at
jaeding. nistbrinlralalion or his manifesto fur lokir ,'.ia|V Of Il- n;'.1111-1 I *1 r -' 1 !3 l .nl' r Paer Vein, %; NewhJarsey r-d, X; GomoHi,, n,, i-700 half chests, at oc a4c Hysonkn 9 che t.,
edlieallenoht,.vh" ,l.l, ,uem-. spirit of the nld, eh rdo.:Gnt b, h...".I 1 ,-, n. II. h....I" a nd most of th 'otherorie i proportion. Pheni 6 3; d t'd o at 27c.; 8 do,' o
WellAabhid gno or.,ne or then Bat lre,ch 4racetr a dint. 1.: W baSperpetrated? t at 2... fI-ow.-r-10a1ceat8.|,Bt0,!.,18oB67
el. -,e Io Ib ,, .- i; t i o n _ _
ulgioneof yourcilirnas. Be ileBoent sEem to be a-.,ere ler,1.,1r,WLL, *.' i 25. indsayis in demand, at Jc;, with. a riing tendency. I,67,,,o.,at6e. 18 do:, att6%c.; 86do., at60-c.;21 do.,
that It wllbe critically c gained by them, and that theo ten-lidf.-.r cnt;r;, a10scatlio. At this "moment th continues to s 2%, we understandd 1 at 0. To.; at 4c. 16do.,a t 4,;
ahred& of bs argumt wil be lke Ihe national bon,-r, rf-gu luivid AlI.. all vesrels Atc r "Ir... i.;r, : inc. tb ite c.:mr- lay has disposed of al the working capital at40c. Imperial-6L hlf ehlsbte, at 1en7 do., at 63c.i .
tIB national credit, an.1 thenatlonal virtue--flI,'Lr.1r]Lri( 1 twelve hours to malke *:,'.r-,cion ,nr;r .,,I tonI.)t 1l.r stock they intend to placeon the market. it misreported do.,ist'3sc., Mio.,at57c.;'20do.,at`56c.; 19do.,at
intheair,,forthe acorn andcontempt to which theyare t manifests." This pt;r;l,:ce, tihisi|T10', `a 'l lo i ,te ht the Ulster Company have found a new copper vein : 53c., no ,. 26d. t 7d at c.;2
entitled. the Black Warrior. At 1hl elhLh uour tli he i lfh do at73c. 28do., ut4oc. 11 do., atoc.; 22 lo.,at
*ntitted.~~~~~~~ ~ onftroadbfr h. ~.lhif omne to O b-.r ocaiiun, lind Lbeu-BStock is Causeeaneatly in tic. |--.', I do.i'ai 41c.; 4do., at40%c.; 44 do., at40c.; 50
t d .p o s se s sio n a n d e sW o r e th e l iv d. i hil Ih e -y c o m m e n c e d t o ,qo e'., a
Many thousands of the Engl;.h Pamphlet have been discarge her cargo. No one understands better than nand. The folowing wrti the bide at the Xining Board,-- do at39c.; 24do., ata7%e.; 14 do., at 37c.; 44 do
Ert ucl off ,unnd every stlc m ,r r ,- L be |In ... n w,th ti -m ll.cy hI .a Dk or.-., Lbe Cr.l ,lahty of the.r f ,. ,lI-,, rd., 84,,, c. s. g- 1 rhal ch tsat 81c ; 4 o. a 2
I esento the vnrieul,, genti of hbe Spiniitb go-ernmn.-nten, Ourr-,i. by prevmu frbet rne, opiufinId,,-:l, Prri.. 6q
oc te i a lSn r ri ci al ites f r icu aton i on ~egnintntde avb, tand a.Jo a, ned by "a;d nd '.e-mf, ,rt Phenix Coal .... -- 5 O o e . 3 4 5 o ,a 8 8 o ,a 2 .
*oated in nil Sre e Bf ite Llio, they w.U c.,ra c to Lehigh......... 2 2,r Winthnrop e. 2 i 111
thoe grace migh I Le gi en us to moat this dZciA!ra manufacture false and frivolous issues, trample every Am. White Zinc, X 1 National....... 2 30 -
document, which commences in equivocation, that the American right under foot, and violate our neutrality Midd. Silver.... IX Windsor ....... S iPlfl M UNTS A EVim EVERY DAY
Iocuuene, whmh eemm e in e o n tha th l.ws, until the American Congress, upon whom the re- Ulster I. Flint Steel b I--------------------------------
edltorooaSprlijiih paper might enter the lists for.a tilt B[.onibilily now rests, shell determine to vindicate DhtchegssSilver. l1 I1 Fulton ...... .,' 1%4 1si 'A ------,-- a __
-itlht he Prridcnt oflh.b Uulell States, when that editor A m...,..,o honor, and sustain and protect American o;U
S no less a eteronage than the condescendling Captain- rivhili. now 1 ` N Woocru. 17 X A -I .. parlors, on the first floor, and twu ,ario
H p a II Norlhe. n mri.n I hvr,-eoneewordtosagyto "rmy NN. Carolina...... 3 ,,. IsleRoyale..... 19 211,1., (1r-.L,. at No. 43 Second avenue. Rent $=.
4fleaeral of Cuba, we might perhaps satify Spanish wvtiinired, Bror.gliinl.ir,"broih..iBi.,)htii'.nil.ti r,lr')m Hiasseo....;.. .5 Deep River..... 49e. _ -----.-
vanity, and cot lumly the judgment -if all mcas-malliet Uncle T'om do"n tc. tr-" 14-'.l.-i.L.l. !li. 1--dling- lu6% Copper Falls .... 53 54 Vanilorbamg.... Ra'OADWAY PROPERTYTO LET OLEASE-THEUP-
81 nlards That or-.e material facts oth. me.r;t 3Of tir is now the great menlt 1 t Ir.i Ib 1, 'i .nii, a ,.I i.' )t, l N. American.... 6 80 Lindgay ....... 70c. 72c. Bpr part of the new store northwest corner of Broad way
wage ere% ft outor mitrcpre'.ented--that or i 01" te Within i .l t1, hir.i ..' -I ..r- r ,,',- '.u.'-I .T ;,r. ..I,. r. Norwich-....... 12 Riple .... 24 a And 0u h street. consisting of the seond, third, fourth and
w rou docum en tsate wantinir. c olal I., Iho, ;,:n e, lande l i., ll 1 1,1-,..J; ,- >n-i,,[% or r,,f i C C -r. Toltec ......... 9'% 10 N ) -, i,,on' \ .M .1 ; ..;/! ,I .bi_- fc on Bo adway by 1c t
n ed th at Ih o st im p u t a u t .l .c u m t o lv a it b tbo a raw ta in C r e r a r. -- - i-. ... .. i - j -r.. f 1 1 11; *l 1 a tiv e .. . . .. 4 1h e m oh-c a n d . .. 114 1], .a tI-,i:, a ,. r1. *in -- 1 rd r .r.I ,," -,o n rt h by 7 2e n g 1 a fe et.d-e p ,
l f ve rbal th a u c ti n s, i s unnuti.e.i are ,e cretly iv l .-l 1 rih r..d,-h rh .-f -.r h n i r .i l i M 6 a I Gi 7 80 a" t.11.,dI..1 an.s iTr .- coIr,,c r r. F oth strebe n,,40 ee
Our fi cedom ur Lhn pr ss only covr in the raptain spy oft I Conrd Hill_.. 70c. But erfard .... -"'t ysystem~l~iy aredl.C-Cld J Min Lh.. b- X it IX .onra 1 t n 11.1,i i.wa l. ,h iRhl round said building,4 feet
GOmeral, And Is., most fa I much Hid -11i the a padoe,1 I,.- n,....t dnnWIL-le oal Aa, l I", -:. GoldHill... ... .8%V S1.11. "l1-d ".I' H(;.II .natent lluminators And Ten-
thatbe can llr down the gauntlet in y.ur ,nnr- slavetewasnever more prosperous.The steamaiip Atlantic, from this port for Liverpol s.^5 y adpth ioa ra ntS aid r :
that he C06U with impunity atilr lfl. inssidO i cn- r-ur I of Spain governs the Islanda, find Great Biritain, withI *'* i ise wi e ottifMhe o~rsprately on favioral onterms.
'a ~~~~~~ApplIy to STBPO EN PHILB[N o 2Dy tet o
puepled, ourItr lilltutions,end your ernmenl-uih, be mock philanthropy, consentsnto the traffic. How long to-day, cared out $588,000 i npecie. t the hours f I and 3 o'lsok The buildiniay be
isn emly his own malerabise Ionic in your mi-lit f,,r the does Mr. Giddings believe this abominable importation of Shipments of coal from .the Lehigh region for the week soon at any time during the day.
distribulicn of bil "* ipaull irhtht-rlngs alln his .**Irr'ipthuman beings. would be permitted under-tesasad edn nStra at ee843tnfrthe season and nEin F%, f~;,^,, STORES CORNER BRADA AND..<-.*..---------------
fabrieqt.ons But as I Jm inrormfrA That 1-neeral PeviiEi I& tripes? As a vindicator of these wholesale slave dealers, en~ aadyl'wr ,8 oa o n etn RA in a colurtecima gentleman, I think hisi ears muiu' b,rn lot him answer. The frigate Columbia, Comn. Newton, 10,6858tons. The rates of freight having been settled BI 1l,1 . I.let- Inthe nowbuilding onthecorner oful
Writh ltibeln Lf there Is any sensibility tlli, ad 111) Moinis is still here, althoulth, I understand, he leaves shortly. between the operators and the boatmen upon terms mil- team No. 9, No.212Broadway, rom 11to a. ":>E"
the differencc,f ih-meavare met(A to hrim Of prinleoi As no American official is recognized, it would be well, st tually satisfactory. The daily shipments now makiing -- -^ ---- --- *- -
and exemption, ill, that he awards within his iarii the present moment, to keep one or two vessels here, at ar D' *' r*l" B OARDING HOUSE KEEPERS.-TO LET ON BROAD-
diction to all who migut wialh to meet andt r .-fuli least, for an emergency. dare 1 large, find will, to all appearance, soon be larger. Jj way, corner of Twenty-eighith street, that splendid
his allegations. to tnd bcl.Ef that no one tite 1.) Is Whale ad rant-dy an thwater Uisdelight- There was shipped on the Schuylkill Navigation for the boarding (Hamilton) house; it luin forty lUrge bedrooms with
uorradidt the d are t qu week ending on Thursday, 22,765 tons, and for the sal th g a n Cr he has and.troed al the gmiuin.te in an feo A ar bgs a I_ port, aung for
'twfeo the hoBrswoff1.aFar an


frae mployf hi nsmordinsaes. The very troTI a id, l ir t he st 1 of W e i t for doen 10255 Gien. Relieng 86,818 abominable iore a tmeel l p D %.m
section ob iof hnie' and foreign property ic bhe cites ICrt ongh s and fleags eriwan People to .Peakdu.. pending time last year. There was brought down on the 17 Wall street.
be has tiolated Even to Ihe ordinary regat.,n of ith Reading Railroad for the weak endine on Thursday, 44,. A
fra wi ch a pply teou. vesselsE entering th eaprts 'u 1barnEAP hREanswSATh 48iateROADWAY,.-Sr.PNewoDID



ontrdien vof e s" wthe areue m erst anh and.f hed'.1 -------------- 766 tons, and for the year 484,082 tons, against 877,619Crooms andoffies,welllightedsitaeforaonybui.l
deepionnestfrom$hatayearaadardsrds.tAso, adaguereotyp



eveymtoratevsels i t watmyoetnr- la tfo hem'erg to corresponding time last year. I r .Ao, lowe art se2Br
heir owa pteiaons.tonttat be.fecfthe at no nppdicabe t.o TOcHavEhD rInTO-dayOF dTHE N WeYORKHERALsD.lg



ortuerBs tat~have nho trade with the Piesfnd pp"wt.!.!t BA Sm Acomniaton ve te inaui of The stock sales at the stock bdcardAIR at private sale busnes purpose. Apply to Dr. POWELL, Gaullit, 502
renbrhed h nor e l away goods After gi thq John S. Fisher, John Tagliabue, Thomas God and inCincinnati for the week ending Wrednesday, April 12,yh ydy------------
paper, and bc\li-ag them accountable under it, ii. denies James Stone," in your paper of April 14,1854, in Iefeur- 1854, were as follows:-50 shares Indianapolis and Cin. rLIFTON, STATEN ISLAND.-TO LET A NErAT COT-
thevery first Mgbti accrd-~ned fo~r cnrr..tjin ofr error, to ence to the Mechanical'Institute, unexpLoaind, will do C ,.. c., ,.. v' ae ihnqatro ieo aaerbilt Lending,
I dme fhnlmesu The rordinore.T ancery pro f jrrction I.reaht injustice to myse and other officers and members ainail Raiload stock, at 73; 12 shares Little Mam contain ton roos has a goo view of the bay and an acre
accrediattiached, wth tD.A lyt



of he revenue be violatesLbIhegame -nonchal of e Institute and totally mislead the public with re- Railroad steeck, at 110; 20 shares Little Miami Ral. of B.RIPLEYtron t steet, New York.
and, good easy creature, thinks his Official preitig.. w.11 gar1 to the facia involved. Believing you to be a con- road stock, at 11OX; 20 shares Little Miami Rail- -- --- --*- -- -'- --
hn the subterfuge upon the intellig.enceat ,t tb (nitr.- I stant and firh friend of the Institute, and desirous of rid at 110X; AO sa Litt Miami Rail OOT7AGB TO RENT, OR FOR SALE-AT THROG'S
States and other civilized o nlleeIt h ;e lost not hias i Promoting the true and the r i Ot in allcases, I rely D w Nook, near Pelham Bridge. Stable good garden, and
]ltoa mer he ateholly to rider it. When prrangt -ment Ac.e! upon your generosity for the publicatio n of the following road stock, at 111; 75 shares Columbru, nnua and from four to six acres of good land; fruit and ornamental
laettrersbran, aol InkeoowayrgoodsIAqteregifiBILLING


trait being madl to run th steamer Black -Warrior, an.] statmesnStonewhichyopther oAries 1t.fhe: Indiana Railroad stock, at 519; shar esCincinnati, r TU' *
to touch at Havana with mai^ and pas~engeri, a memo HrsMEciaMC1S ItenrTI OF Trus Coy NW YORK,) Hailo 4.d Wayton street, ork CHRLO FERRIS atIw' ek ____ ;_______^
7W waseadre ssnedb tvolathQue n ,th hasking"forneh6amxf, fteIsiue n Offly isleado I thepulicfy aito atnRalodsol, t12


fplmvo asccordedrfuo onthersteam etrs, itthe roimt orndt., At the regular annual meeting for the to.- ton or ofB- shares.Benefontaime and Indianapolis Railroad stok.89X; /-OTTAGE TO LET ON ST LEN ISLAND-TWO MIN-
certain tonnage and ther cmhmrgea, without which con. cars of the Institute for the present year s held at the Iss- 6 shares Indiana Central Railroad stock, 80; 80 shares NJ nice wal f rom ferry at Port stiySn wcith 1}8d1)
dessionw o bll T le Wit. h angew es-r uonRo osyonthe1 puar oftth a nat Hamilton and Dayton Railroad stock, atl02;A .,,
AMte pubic functonaries tr nh ing reler ok to Lien qua.- sotte resolution, w tch etrue saene by S. Shults, 4 OUNTRY COTTAGE TO RENT OR FOR SALE-A
tion stated that there would be no doubt Lhat the per. Esq.,andunanimous seed:-I 26 shares Ohio and Mississippi Railroad stock, at 80; 00 C two and a half story house, three years built, within
xniSQon would be accorded to them to center Lhe p..rl rred Resolved, That a committee of fifty members, with shares Covingrton and Lexhigiton Ratilroad (now) stock, live minutes of Port Chester, overlookinx the village, with
of thole chadrgessae td tthe meantime the Ammr powerto d to number, be, And they are hereby "afus ame. snl barn, &a. Rout $300. Apply to C. T.
milhLbeconsidedredaseromptefrumtemnLhereisne appointed to ran mas meetg of mechanics and other t 61; 60 abse Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad oiLH ELL,.. William rtroot, cornerof Fine.
givgabondtocoun formtotherequirements, of the law uersues, to take intio ct n c.tef rati.p n he propriety of m-h stock, at 78; 41 shares Cincinnati and Marietta Railroad UINiBBED RESrDENCE ON STATEN ISLAND.-
'nl an answer should be rceihd from Madridw To, c ,o,-tioliz ,ogthe Legfilaure .[ the SloteJ o NowYork1,r stock) at 50; 89 share Mad River and Lake Eie Railroad F rurnb. Ol~ng ,,aso. wih f" fal^,1a^ .?b
Answer a, never been giten, through omrne oversight, Iyhe subject Of eraoreng peouniar, aid lc the Mf..ofcurod~m,:a t iT> hu '*i' and ..nti-ilding- atl.1.1 i., ll r,.r
or, ir given, It haa been purposely concealed. If there lnetLlute Of the city of Now York stock, at79, 50 shares Madison, Indianapoas and Per" nd )chr in,.m M,.1 let. Applj, lo CHAS. A. 11.1011.1.. 13
thd been intention to de-y the priviege, which could not CHAR. ES H. [AlVaN, PresidentbRailroad stock, at 66; 122 shares Ohio and Mississippi Greana .l ArJtd._
bthon oated that theprecwoudhent otal.hdoby the oi AMMDNLSceay __


eae, Rold becreo ea tSailroad stock, at 20; 20 shares Little Miami Rairo ad RN-eED ROTa oS 70 LET, AL AN ormE
re tentowards other steamers, then honesty Would have I hmo rery etoadd y that th e above resolution desaribeb all sarckoatigto; 22 shares Cincinnati, Hamilton addDay. Fi,,.r.e.?lAb.... l. --d .volt
counselled not to leave in suspense tbo k enowldge of a the action which has been had In the Mechanics'sInati- N I Ill u1rib 9tc0Ur. DCiI T"-.irtltr-L. In-idlii,
gidecinion that might inio o in rain t he parrieme int.fthe w 'e rnseoB r. intohe ebnlct to which ithelatep ton Railroad stock, att 102. Money rates for the past Stl ll. .u.iay. intranrc iL rt~lii. otmr.i.
V they continued onojdr the 133Lpedfo in Of I thur I JAMEr HENRY, Actuary. week on stocks, as collateral, 1,V to 2 per cent perh o,,v r
fights. The silence of the aupe, ior nt wras in Nrw Yu.,ng, .ipril 14, 1851 mont TO RENT -AT boORT i i t, / .E ,i
Unelf erifince that he royal conient had nbse or siouh Furbuont to tIb. provisions of the above r s.oalution, ie." j evi, wor the pr a .1 LA.). 5Inl .
be given. But Las the curcairntance, real or pretsen'jed, primeoittre arpoitito'j held its firet mcotiijg at the Astor I IStoock 2feixciagle. fillire is pipnty oft pbru'jLfry Rttach--d lo ihe gproaniju.i
van to be availed of for tLe pupjode of 'peIaBag House Janualry*Jn, 1864 when CheieL I. I DDJ la-aV. .x aArxV, April 16. load eI- ltt.-tI. f r r. i. h,-'l, ', cI
Americasn mith the re enthebigh minded, I-noble, I .allcd to ibec)-mir, nod Wi. Ull.?and Jam.,s H. Pon,1.1 r'150 I. Spec Prf. 11s 34 5 1, Bbg N a r (7.1-p. r J'Ir, I "-.,.M,aDI.M, 1'S, r .er..taty.Gj'n It'~ ". I ; ,",* l "s
11 -- Boar.,sot andotIaprste oud" sty i nuln Cahavein. h-re a y,-1rtl ytht te aboves reSol.euntlyamon .. I, .. e1sf.0 JI i"ribreist. all h.[ s. 1ASO1. 1rb~,.br
Is 4hyenint nJa hbeaprbnono bt JAMES HopRYActuary. o.. .14 40Gr UIMn 3 ,a,. ~~ ,t -- -F1,~.1hi,,fb
=%I, Mhr. Th e iene ofthe auped a, aftgoernmothe adi id /.w ,n,,mi prtiwas4,ed18t t
derteR evidence t100 MichhSor8yp b 941 50nN YCan RR.u....w16ulet withehose or Ibeiprovisionst If thFe-1bo.e.r7 adluf-onwvtpr -

Be ciBt Warror, that in ol cases where thr e prtonl at nemlbr of l i'l, meluie.oldise arelamitiii.,n to the ` A or S
favor was ,.,ught for miligatiton of oah cht-rc.e, Ihe slure rip,-Krie :.,r agreed upon, Andi b,,vosd B met- 6000 Il Cn R P b s. 7,1.S, S6 do ........ I r'"".' 1- siumcd ith.n ir au, a walk .. At Lus
money abould be paid by the parTies for the sum ,,o lf ugs, o action Liitevei hIsnba btLh by ,.i;4 cormnuiii- 4000 N 0 Lou RR be 02,, 45 do........ i.;, on an-ll09 tud II.. -8 pa;aho di.,F fur Sr.oki,n
items from which tbey derived roTl relief, nnl thit CHAS, H. DELA.lL.VAN, CbaDrman 1000 do ...... ., 180 do.....bllil 16 *'il.n. L I ( .r m' D la mtE HOW.,
,whdn the ren pon e w a rec;ed, if favorable to the I c , the n. ia trit andcorrect 34 ,.bi P .e of C. e d,1f2 160 .lr. . .b... !... i co, squ .r .. N,. I, tte
memoriaLsLt, the.smeeohauld be refunded, uasgnla as i ertiy,at tlw,sl art. J,0estHtYm ,-- tualir.,rolal Book Qo 60 doe ..03.- I-- 'j I -
Yemon the necessity oi avoidmig dacus~kio and doabl I.- CulonCc....... y do .... 106 IZ-M-HEII IA114E TO RENT IN TWENTIETH
afteraprotracted period of indulgence. This l.- -as 100 m ro.r 1^ m inev lo do......60 24 60 Tong TslRR..s30 28 P .rt FLuhr.1Sitai",,n6 f.,rif,.nr(rslxmonths,at
msed to meet the case of the memorial La behalf of l h. We, the undersitied-, uieptctoeA of the election of the. 200 do .....b60 i2-. i15Stonln BB....S60 68 1111 FITrI&v-.-I.. if. olioci ,,. ri.-I .f UryorJune. Ap-
]Black Warrior and her owners, and in violation of l;,ng Mebanis' In nune tOf the cil) tf N,- York, holden pur- 1O do ......... ;6 17 Et oR........ To 1, t i .. 110 Er ORUA1. .r..:r l'ILO .LMt and Broad-
usage, as in euch preeioua criaes the bond h4- ala 'aq sLuant to legal unl.cra at ibh blechniam' Institute lenturo 100 do......s60 i6 250 do.. .s30 70'a, y. I .
been held untU the rtsponl wa rceived, and IhOcc. Joom, No I low rv.in the city of N.w York, on theI10th 100 do .... 5b60 900 do......s60 7 -., -- OUS TO -TW STORY AND BRIC,~~TSR
celled.. day of Jlano.rv, 1654, Carl,.s H. [Dolavan, second Vice 60 N Jersey Zinc Co. 79 100 do ....130 a rear, mrlmatswiho
The day after the publiation of l(ite expo.fadl..3ie-lt, President, in the chair, do hereby certify that we hy& j % 225 do.;.'.:... 709 vo tnear u ioo oa
Beroyal galhbrer ofIoorechunfe ,lemamndtaof Beq~ra. received and counted the ballots cast, and that the votes 200 do.....b30 2 350 do...... bl0 I0% Brooklyn. Inquire of Mr.Taker,harware store, Souh
=1i rules 1ng & Co. th La.:kJ de---upwards of aieven received by the persons balloted for, are as follows: 400 Xle Transit Co... 26}, 200 do .. 1660 I Teyth street, Williamoburg, or of J. MeArthur 20 Car
thousand dolla-s-and it waa [,a;d, and the Yaolk;.-_ FOR PaRsalaRST. FOR DrscroBs. 200 do.....b60 20 100 do......b60 71-' street, Now York._ ....
tlitveto pay more, I presume,ha.,ul]. it be retlolre.l of Jacob A. Westervelt ..... 52 John T.i"her .......... 48 2 do .
em. The thresathas b.enmade by a d6ungulabed morm. TIOE pf..1 26 0d. Wm. Mies... ............ 48 loo do IM alb3026ish0ddo.....nl0i7.ntstylewithallmodern
ber of the government thai th,. ashall be rune.dAndI] 1. Win. D. Murphy ...... 48 George Street ....... ..... 2 100 do..:...s60 255. 15 Harlem R..... sli p tscontainin bou rt
presume no opportunity -ill b, lost to injir,! them In 2. Thomas Little. ......48 M. Franklin Merritt ...... 48 100 do......s30 25% 450 do......... S-) corn~ea Sixthavenueand s t
their badness. The gallant lieulenant-oloel of o ire. 3. C. Godfrey Gunther...48 D. D.DWestervelt ......... 52 160 Penn Coal C.... 101 10 Reading R..... 73 the Crystal Palace, between Fifth avenueand roaiway.
liotma an han "ioforty thinee;" are eIll eJroymg the pro FOR TIASDURIS, eeo. W. Prall............62 100 Cumb Coal Co.s6O 26 200 do 72M Te Owner emu be seen on the promise on Tuesday, Thurs.
ieeds of the small stores or the Blacki Warrior, And the H. H. Hopper ............ 48 Daniel Godwin ........... 52 200 do ......Bs30 26Y, 800 do....72 days and Saturdays, from 10 to 12 o'clock. _____
wine is said to meet the approbation ,f the irreasury Fis. Than. H. Burns .......... 2 James Rodgers..........48 360 do........ 26% 600 do......;6 42" OUSE TO LET IN PORTCHESTER THREE XIN-
,1111--aesenLT--Gorrih.,,and otbers,whorforgeith..tr Kr,,ir e OF OORRESPONDING REC'YM. M.C Tracy ..............47 200 do........ 26% 100 do :.3 73X H fr.^th d W rfnV^ ^
fthe eilaralinir quailtiea of these un.iutmabl.; go,.Is. Chas. H. Delavan ........ 48 Oliver Hoyt .............. 48 1.. do.....b30 27 400 do.....*!l0 73 orone year, furnished unfurnished. Inquire of WALTZB
2%oorthree 'ar.euesl apprApntices havebeen LndLad eon Henry O'Eeilly.......... 4 JamesS. Wood..... 52 lo do.....bl6 27 200 do g60 72Y KEELER, No. 3,Nasau street.
the south daid shcce my la st advic s u pon th is S nllJ eTT M= OI MDI hG S HOR IAr Y. M iron W right....:: ..... 51 200 do.......s60 2 % 300 do s3 72% ~ ---- O N B R A D W Y-O-- ~ ---FR O NT- O FFICE
They were intended a"dipprentices o orCeolonLAIa, but c,-wjn James McDonald ......... 48 James Prentice .......... 4 200 Par Vein Coal Cc 6Y 500 Hudson BKR.biO 643 0 osendfo19Braw. App I
toheadinas and other obalructionA they could not iet John Tagliabue .......... 4 70 do......s60 62' ,premise.
round Cape San Antonio, so they made the best of a 6ad THOMAS LITTLE, "1Inspectors of (6O do. ....1 6% 175 do.......... C.)-,-W.-----* N.
job by running fhemtin on the southiLde---one nar? the M-. TRACY, f Election. 200 do.....W3 6j 10NY&NH HR nFTICES TO LET-TWO LARGE OC~iCES, AIRY
leisofrorleand tw olbohrs btiweenthe iWleof Pines I hereby certify that the above is a true extract from. 200 *do.....b60 6% 184 Mich Cen RR.... 14% % and wel lighted, on the second floor, No. 53 Broadway,
and Trinidad. The particular are n.:l given sufficiently the minutes of the Mechanics''Institute. 1 400 do.....b30 6% 40 Panama 101 now occupied by the Association for tha Exhibition of the
defiinte to determine the quantay or c,.intion of these JAMES HENRY, Actuary. 100 Phenix Min Co.. 43 30 Cleve C & Cm BB 114 Indsry a osel l calca frn sn
ouBel colonists. The Unted State@ steamer Princeton Now YoBK, April 14, 1854. 10 Crystal Palace... 60 10 or a bakn Bc 81 be amsstoWX forone o
l yeaLerdov evening under sealed orders probably The gentlemen aboveshownto havelbeenelected and 10 do........ 49 Wall street.
'taking des[atche" from The Commodore to L61 govern- who have been recognized by the Institute, and have SECOND BOARD -
menit or the United. State_. Last evening therewam s a aeted as the officers at all the regular meetings of the In- $600 l Cc, Rbds. 79Y 200 she McCul G b6O 6 0 COn second, Aid fourth, the
gtherengrs the sprigs of Yankee lovelinesson boarderf titute since their inductiont fiei'eraylsa 00 d ... 0110 d ...606 e uligo h onro utnsre n rawy
S nttedStatesrate Columbia, nd soms;tladis the Board of Directors, at a regular meeting held at the 400 Pa issS J k i S o
gtoin sad' ooaite to the aor,"vier.[ia InstituteRooms, April4, 1854, auean sOO M1 fm I t
l=me1t. Among them I noticed Mrs. 0., of Boston. a ponding Secretay, to notify the Beats.85 do......... 50 100 Bud Riv R b80 .. --
Therewere ano heard. but a few bulls present among theo presiding officer, Liot.-GOT. Church, that 100 Canton C..... 24% 100 Frio Railroad. 76' ART OF AN OF CE. OR DESK ROOM TO LET-IN
males. to rive ear~ely. tAI xevertohaveorryedd oom ie R- 1CoP C
1 i l As ever. carry to give Yor te p n -F ae p d ro-t e- do .....bI60 211114'6(M A0 do M 1 ntonHall, (lateAstor Place Opera House.) on tho
*readers ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 dKCL, calB ntttakn o euir iwswol o ........." *25 10 do.. 7107/ fi fr~tfor ilI te pi h etsyo iheeyo
**""'" ----- ; unnuthoriad by said ns0 to ....... n" 0"5n 2B dodo........170 fortuand o~n~o~o eltt ayro epo
HVATAM April 7,1!854. CHARLES H. DBLAVAN, io d""3 5 0 ^ "0?V "A","1' otl'l"Tl't3>tIor
Sr/ a^Qv,^. tm- TePoaiCyoftfaShe n i at 0 -- Oorresponding Secretary of th ehnc'tttt. 0 u~a*o832- 6 o"s0%---------
^ ^^ ,tdor. OW num.rff3^^nt^r muniaton^ithH^ ^J.,of~prSll4,^^^ wlleonsb ao****lOJ o of3i0tr cLC~~c~tcs.O& ^^
4fflB~e Am ricaPress,_ People,', -mPresideni--Giarb~ed sorihed to apalper now ou file In the Tnstituteratru 1geae Oie Tran'Cab0. w"10 d'"~ 0 rewo t.t J ^>o .tr w

"'lb Iesblsa[ils to morrow morning for Charleston, and N^w Yot,, March14' 4 ^loPre olS T o CnA ^ S ^^
s o m e w h a t r e l n e la n l ly v I c1 t d o w n t h i s e v n i n g t o e o m m u J e s t s P r e n t i c e ( S g e ) J o h n T F i s h e r 1 0d . b 3 6 4d o . . 1 8 m a l m i y S B e r n c r q u o ._____
nicate the news thai has transpired e in.:e the departure Thocma's HunT Sum11" iI BAD OMSWTSEMPWE TOL -STBL
of my last loiter. I am reluctant only becauseelam tirad J.FV. Puts. 10B UseLad.1 O hUnay ;371 vTf^A'io ^
fr ~ncomplain~nge;and it moraly impeos.-bleto IcotlfthathehoeisaJSorrecteopyofohcori"in:^ 1 ^:':b07
Tte r -.ethnL f he~~utoonn filenin the dailyute JEW YOK Aprl, A4,uary. 0 Gardli~er......... 9)30 62 A ht tcb3 X ao'rp d n n/hdwthtuo ao
suffer here, without becomingexasperate at the bold. -------- 0Gl~l.....8 0 d..... ltt ngspp.Apyt
,.HM and crutlty of Spanish tyrants, and^ the inactivity Supretme Court-.Special Tlers. ------ *-- ______.A Lio h rmss
anid delay of our boanfed American government. Before Hen. Judge CiereCIYTA BKPt. P InSSOS OLE- .23W8TIB
Tow ihol. -..nan^l stlifct'ih THE ORY6TAL. PALAOE IJUNOTON" DI8SOL.TED. , ,Api166PM. p tsh re.Twnwfl tryadbeetbn-
ToOw write wlthoet c g-lost.lmpiaat wnho1oAPsta1.-, o f.actnsgawitthout Acilumfor 15.-wee-uchaned.StDk.liht. ny wal toitsoC t(roinApaete parmeuH Inorr
onde~mning--to witness passius eve'nts in sitence--is be- the Exhiiatoin of luse Indusry of All Neai-,u, TaMore BEDTds-'orwsmeyai eada tl ,Dr U odaI h okeoefa
*r aond teapowe of hat countryas hon~g~dor. loeohcu- erffwan, William B Dliee n. A fteader heam ar singe rae.Tedystamtot ibae ,) ^ ------------
Tny ontoedofan ntina watea utur ed for the defndutyoAlNatios, and As coation for the dE-hbto miede t prpotancyWate fgr es. $8slsfi.iiii .n ~ilita olt ner{oKoetIoto
l~y adehe :o gve pniblicitylrlfacts,lthat good may re- reorients, Alexander Duncau and others, on the applca- "'"^2t0 bsprni od t? oad *"l M.Travt e~nbet tial
mdt tlhererom, I ) >i -to anatra,,l propenity--no tlth tion of aid defendants for the dissolution of teiic-70Ierodot$76.Toprton nSuen nnnuronhrmle __ __
ldAmdteg the danger of truth-speaking undor thisgoveru. Ma~rchlast, Mess rs. Dfflinn and O'Gorman appearing7 on "rtprvl ieBe lurtie tS 6ad b n~llf~ ~~^rnohr^^
men-ad ndlg infrudimofthogh ad pech to bealofth plinifrtye rdeednht ibarlectony werecrnme hteald abso7v preM. hetae limit opotrt f buyenrs, let.Aloa el
sty cou~nliymen at horne, in order that they maytho bet+ be, and the samelsa hereby, dissolvedadvaaed it 3' to abide l aoe illltheuyr event,*o, 0hy6 ftsqaeTenyforh tee n
urnderstand this plain but perplexing Cuban slues. Before Hon. Judge Roosevelt. 4.prbse.Hleshv salse hi lis m E-H HM in ~ nrTnw
io n I n t h e m a t t e r o f o p e n i n g s u c h p a r t s o f S i x t y s e c n d % * ^ T 8 P c t e ^ 0 i h e x 6 o f" K L t r D b o o B nI M h r t ?
hea st eizure of the Black Warrior the street as are not now opened or ceded to the corporation, 320 ^ 86-"3;^" !4'?8^1 ^.Iqieo ORSLSMB~oIpreso
*BniH ,,.! nn^,n .a 11 h^ e court appointed John .Aliri, Wm. B, RlployI Southern whitead8ca87.fro.ylo pr aceinaebudng
mbtol~ journals of Havana--one and all-nhave andWeairBRp. ... r',^^..t.,i.~n* uhe.- ----------


maintained the mot prfect science upon all. matters re- nt o open g uch parts of Sixtieth street p I T for a boaSE h o r A lso No.
.' .JatS to the lratol detentionofthatvessel. hoydd eot n do t the corpot sales were confined to 162
court aponted John Awise, Andrew Clarke, and Wm. oo el use wereacoi. Al N 2W s
32ot Ventu eto publish a lne or a litter until th e appe ar -.111 8 M ar- 04e11, rom m issiSonerls ofN o.Assessm ents.ent
S. Kl oeCmisoesoAsesettw:Epr,2;hmrste;
nee of Preidunt Pieree' message, and had he, instead In the matter of opening and extending Parkr place, ket to utnetled o give ay ut on, *ir 111i, A N.- 172 W ent T ourteenth street,
of shifting the respmbility from hliown Bhoalders, re- the Court appointed tHenry e Nll, George HIM .mthanedTo
m nd r e D. ead, commissioners. werne eaged on rivat terms, supposed to be at b e.' L I- M '...ll*** eofol c.- m.I, 11th street, be
commen.. to. tngrewae sunspension of our naoniliti weenDd. a 12d., though many vessels demanded 18d. -.j -101 L** .. r"l attach. o 125tE
laws with Spain those fellows would ha shaken in their Flour was at in fl asked the + h i ..- i <-\, f. a. d arden at ion 125t
boots. But (n~fing that-pmetweengr had aheady beau Into he~l~t to the Deed and Daralbo 200hbxsbcnwr naea 0. n oelt fi-1JtEHI i;la~ucre itet ot
despatched to Madrid, [hey gathetMdcourage from the NEWYRArl1,16. ces ttesaerts 0 ao otnwr ae
Ibole of delay, and oustahed, o they are, by G.Jilinre,' JAI MGORONK B0 CErrEsQ.: at 5_16d. a 11-16d. The clipper Corsair was loaded with
taaililrarinna, and the aid an.lcornro ir'um t he ;.b DBA S--I see it stated in the account of the Leghs- about 1,500 tons coal for Renecia California at $18 To I .a. r ic, ,rest E 4
urKaed otheranLi.Amernio real s, they hive dared l]ativo vlittothe Institution of the Deaf and Dumb, pub.b London 600 bbls. beef, of 304 wereengaged, an c r b Cronc Aeet n
to open their mouths, and ilng the p s ton.lav g en d Inthe A ofdeuterdgy, li, (M;_ .r TLe tn n l oyewere ak 12d.;75 1
us a bad translation of Ilhe m.,'a anl a ptrltion of the "theyyoung lady who shone mnste,-An p;.: ,Itt
memorials and letters eof les4rs"i &-D." Co., au.] or a'-t casion," is "naturally deaf, and has "never been HambuM 600 bales cotton were engaged at'1c, an
i.gAmerirn Consul, Celonel Ioberlaon. Sah letlpre known to utter a sound." iAllow me to observe that tons measurement goods, at Z2 5s. a f2 10.lo Havre. A. r bI.a 614-11 o.ii
cnlyaosuited their pur[.ose h.ie li...?n publihei, intl your reporter was laboring under an ei .r,. Ine cotton was at -d., ashes and rice at $8 per ton, whil Ie, i. I'"11 -""r"s, Ai, .1 llqi.oorit.iI i &I o r. i..
the.e er subjected tomate nal aller iti'in auJ s 1 it lady in question having had the use ,'t ..ll 1 r i^',li o i. au dgra ^ werenome a I t' a- -t Ei,, .171 .. 1,. anomln.." l .r
tions. They have openly anwl false v .ltrgd C.,l unti theage of twelveyears; thoughher .',1 ,I"LI t IF]
Robertion with falsehood, and a government olf,.:,al hu.l obtained almost entirely at that noble i, .t.rutui, o. a $a 5 re ae a a
the audacity toenier the counting house of f&r ryng whichshe is a gradu,,o, she haviug aBice the eirl a o$16a$2f orNo. 1 $ for No. 2 1.1 T-7nE Pt flE. NTS. TAI LORS OR 1(
and threaten destruction to ilht gentle n'sao nIifm.,o above mentione.], j eft i a slaw 01r th m..,l perbid. Pckled-&herringwwere in moderate T -' '".,r tcv D-i Ir"a.. a uoo on. 6
the Island, and valence to hio craonn Ceifness no Soun.,J pneotrItIl-n Ihe. dtep ileneC, rh, .!i r est at $ a $32ner bid $racked h I <* n I I, we iu C,;'"i ,rE"' iande r
There in a feeling of rckle,.,ss impudence in their course surrounds her, find in 1,:clh 3he In dou 1300, 1P- e oesogtatet60.fr clan.rgc o N.1 .C-A,,C-MRk 6, ,01 a Sre, r
that oalls for morr immediate nation upon the part of doomed toremain ri puhhi.him: ths y.u ill bIn d per box i. r o II..Ii ge lint !wi pa annu AD
Congreaa than a reference to Mld.-rid. We who are here justice to the young" Inl h13 .IT lf, and Litl> obh ILI -Tleioie 1.36'b-..,abuuCIra!insrenorta i L J. C.1Df
have ribts tes t mu~t be protected now, The 'arm friend of-hi Der. ani Dumb iD~lit Liou ;.n.1 j1.1 I It 2 42'0 1 U. POWER. R00%14 2 TV
n'. rouB, fa'c hn'te-l ts of Queen I"" ara r shipment anti t O Quee, n f..bbe,[ :,rep o. \',.,u{ b'ON'r .
lbau y, nnl t'ti lldeut of rth, upp tn <.f Great Bri'laUL ... .. .. 70C L,,r l, pr I. ir. pary, 1 rb Tl r
tbury !i] endeavors, oto ra-.e la o, ,gueS, to as to The cifizensof Savannah l .t,,, ..Lolibod ,-6 I n II I -L1101 yars'. l,,',in a-i*d 1.1 ,e,.a-s I -oitn. a 3. Arlasl to %']it GALE,
IproLracg the day s1.attlement until ha wanton outrage Of te suffB rBe by fthelate fi I ae Ja.:Lon>;Ue, F ier I,1:1. i g.





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IDTERTISERs EM H R

CORPORMATIONOTCS
CORPORATION' NOTICE
iJ U ill be reoeloed at tbhe
S Breolo And Lampuntil Moua
for three itliosiod ga lsomp,
#sDpection of the Suporlntend
the place to le bereflLor dci 0
3- nk proposal wli be fuo al fc
mlsuloner Oi
Comlnf.'.r"ner rof S
Department of Sircto 0nil L
Orand treots. Arril ,
CORPORATION NO1 iE -
herol.y rivena. (rt l O.vliiit n i
H]ro-rd of Coiialln.' D f.-r tlu ri
-_ fllil t IJI o1e'l 1dtr,,t i ni
lopoy on.ri tf ito air I1; I r,
to Sllt linulo. Thirty .,, -it ri
to Il1io'.p river and in I'Plr tl
n to 'Jlli)m oqoonre rilI. i.r .-Ih
OlIrosD olrEit to 11 Iler til
IL. a.r, to nod h nily -.1 i t,.
Nre.rrrIt Ih. 11 ole In & WTlrtri-r,
Vpfpa, 05r Lfn l'
ELIAS 1. SIrl!
ILFo. I 111L IUR.S
A. '. R\At lN,
Croton Aqr'.dioot tIlin

CORORATION NOrIl"7-P
p0tl0 .I'ri lraI.i I mul. n
ri~l -- '.i ai~l > li,, ri ,
oi Slrclesoud L'riopa. hit Lb
CronIt srt"aLA, util I ckI,
Fnruoihiln the Corporalt .0u of
L uodrid latmp posta. tiLo (t
0? lcrspfrr., t1 r 0afr .,artri..i
tiUituous. 129 Niratr'crorAt "T*.
tiioeo and in sutil i A1 1 ititt-
L-mpe and Gas may .ilirUt i.it
MO many as may bW imiptirf'.I r
tCa Lo ptoCrr-l'ilt thEL ,alji
GKO. G. GLACIER. Cop a
April 1. I .
CORPORATION NOTICE
h berety pivusn to b roor.r
wasLe of all hoaBee andl',ta t,,
:I'tooed thereby, that thbo fii.
e GmpJl ted by the OfSo riC ra flh ,i
thb Blure& oFr ALideaimoi., fU -
Itlerested. vio -For ettt li- io 1
2hirteenth to aud ithruieb r
)iver. ILr li.It ad il i ; 6 1 by
tI t B00rirl h,.u 1 it'il il.l c -
and parcel, r r of l.I.. oitr't l
Sutlhi Soovatth Ei-1.h ilid ol
mud Ihirird it. 1IlL ind arcnu,'
LievoDth T"uitlb os n Thin, hl L
^Ioaun and avo'l o. U. on I.r.th
from Sooona Dovbail to Ehi r I,
D, hall nay LetVI tUn Trut '.A.ott
West Fidrj of Drj' doil' btran
Btrent; on I1.tL d ojdi r ,f Ctco
lietol be Ilbird mril Filt-.e l i
0 tsnue, from Ilirtd to l.it'
ioaooD4 aLonP. bhLoToe Thiroa
uidea of HBull troil, fr.m i t
oelth side of Stl'yvebant atr
s|EL sldeof Iblrd hv-uue Loi
WNlnth etreate All ptlion8 Ubl
toe aliuva named rEleoI meOte. a4
*arie, or liLher oi thoum ie rL,.
jeatiJos. in wriLiog., ito te iin.i
A BeU of Reords, within thirt
sotle.
CHARfI.ES J DlODG
CHARLES M
Offlee Barefa or A.EubSuodu.eA
1'. 154. _____
CORPORATION NOTICE r-
sho eise that pt- ionIo, boo'
01e i Co.il.. 1-u' Cr,,ah ini'
Cliii Br o ~llw... f~irlth" -nUi ~ diI b
lullowing ollSd otOlo6t 10 -
tweea AI irI and 'outit hTo .-n
tbo mat slilo from Inrooa. Io
the t.st Sode, from Lthe il,
Ilor.t. All lor i.iu L slinc &l
uhJesalona therero. ore rE.io' o
tnrllnr, to ttle Ctnrec Clot r
J&,riL -. ^ ,
LTAS 1. S"T.
"TOBO R" DE FOREST,
A W. CIAVEN
Croton Aquedisl DiA. p

CORPORATION NOTICE.
l pairs and Suppliea, April
l&aled proposals wini be re 'i.]a'
mnitstonerof Repair! and Supi
ment.) until WolVeieoay. Apr at
time they will be opened In
charter of 18. for Ib u nildin
alre,. ner Broadway. fir
l6. Theplous Am d ipeofhltit0o
lone, and all Inf.rmlt'on in r
thbeoffieoo of the SoperinteOdN
1Ludlow street. Blank estim
cmem. N. B.-The CominisiOne
JctL aLl or any rof tb edLia m d
if the Corporation.
Commisoioner or te
SB'IOTON ,AQUEDUCT DEPA
.j Poblie nodes li hereby g
ngldlatm'le pa=sd at the spe
Aillih'ioaol oharg of tea per
Apill nsxt on iU nuopaid W
surges pee-loDualy, added hb l
mahB amount unpaid, and ltat
maid oharms. ar not paid bersf
asuiing, thie property on wh
*il be returned to the Clerk
govlidona ofthe to
ELIAS L. SMIT Pt .b
SITON AQUEDUCT DP
StrLa tore.-Sealed propu
Bewar In Forty-eighth street,
of the Croton Aqueduel Depar
imofApril. 18&M, at 12 o'clock
'ri[ be opened, to build serwr
beainsB ado ilvarts., la Fort y-
r to th a Lwa eetwesn Eikith i
l engthd abhot 450 feet. Theo
.*ad speiitemtions oblined, n
ELIAS L. SH
THLO. R. laI FOREST,
A.W. CRA
New York, April 6.
"ROTON AQUEDUCT DRP
tI ors .-Sailed prtpuoPai.
is Forti sixth street wil be
Creto Aauedouaot Deprtmoentl
of April, I4. a&t 12 o'loek, t w
be opeoedi to build a sewer,
basiuas an5a eoalvertsi Forty
Teoth AMenue to pomLt about
bsing i length about b]O0 fee
Mon. and. sfeuiioabosi obtt
sibse aLIAS L.. DKFT Co" qkd
T1EO. R. L
A. W. RyF,
New York. April8,li
ROTON AQUEDUCT
traotore.-Sealed Pi eroposa
eower In Heoster street. Will b
Croton Aqoeduct Departmentl
f April. FPM4, at 12 o'clock
be opened, to build a esawer,
basins Ad cnloerts, in Htster
street to Mott street, being
plan of Lae work my be Bhe, s
ga Appica Oflio
ELIAS L. SMI1TH, Crt
TREO. t. HR FORET
A. W. CRAVEN,
New York, April 12.
SROTON AQUEDUCT D
Stractors.-Sealed prIl,oia
sewer in Beekmaa oLretL." w
of the Croto1 Ato iedai l u M
2dLh day of April, I514, at 12
jidsi il he opened. to adle
receiving basm. ud culierte,
sewer in Pesor street to thbe sei
Ieicth atonu650 feet. The p
alpedeeifloatioi obhn'ed. s
E16 fAS L. SMITH
TiEUO. R DE FOR
A. W. GRAY EN.
Now Torkt, Apr ,
FF1rCE OF 'THE COMMIT
SLamp. corner of Eespe. a
1f5I.-CorporationNotice--eal
at the office of tbe CommiiEoir
monday. MtL iast, at 2 o'cloili
and removI tho ashes, sEarLi
will be made haeimon biely,
maymoat, will bh rotoJned perd
Common Counoil. and. half of
forfsLtod by omplieon to cluns h
reokor iseger. SpecioLiosnta
station houses s
GE.OROE U
Cammleezoaer of S

.CTllEET DEPARTMENT.
. ru PhbUio notice h hreby gl
Inllons have bhen presented I
To trade and Bfag wet side o
. rDsnd the corner of Dalaiiyil
of Lewis itress, thioce 1o 59L
Contch streets tlbs sarn.er o
the corner to No. 42. To flag
from No. E3 to the ccru.r of
perof Broometsreot to No.
street, wool side, to the coine
btsoeroerlnoNo.340. Ales ha
sIde, to the corner of Delany
tsr aad flag northeast oorer
We repair sidewaltk easteite
Baymrd and Waiker otreels: al
.Eisabhth lreot and tbh BHae
tour-To tBo four feet of cai
tween Broadtay and Sintb av
havingi o'jsctioio tharot., ar
writing. to thenadorllgnae',
.27th day of A8
April 7,1854 JAMES FURR


TREEfr DEPARTMENT, N
Sealed proposal will be ro
tIatorday, April Lb, IMr. to
hitter, nd pane thirty hFn
eileond enues. Sperideation
e Conestras Clerk
Aflru b,1"F4. JA K. FUBE
IMTET DEPARTMENT. NO
O Saled proposisn will be
TbnredD. 20th April int. tl
oeolioinsof Broalsoy, Ft-rly
eIghth. Forty -sinth, fitieto h
arani lot s Boni ol id i of Thir
Maue -to flag sidewalk of Thiri
gad Teath aenose. Bpeooice,
to tIbe ODeUtSct lClerk of th
April IlNa. n JAMES FORE.
)TREES D-5PARTUENT, N
4 PubHlio nsotoetaherby plys
lhvs been prsetidd In Ihe Bo
late and flag south side of TiL.
geon soand Fifth avenues. to O
sitret, between EIfh sad sit
-aot cirb and glttera, and flg
treelts. between Se-oud anud
and pumpis Ltbh street. one
stvenaet to Layorowalk tin fro
Mieet. el, twniath andh od Su
eveoDth street. etweenis Ea
toopedi Elibty-frst street, b
lmnru to r latest and grade
icastel.I l-Eibghth onuese;
aerinl miDtaonstreeta. betw
glreet.$ ?testnce s'nBt lIota
rfit street. and Fourt h an
inlerestedil hbarog objeatBios
aent them In writing to the u ud
*C0fore the21t dayo A
April 11. IS-4. JAEMib FI
EW*SLrB
ASTOR FIR INSURAN
Chatbham street, .ncf'r
hold on the 1Wth inal., thIe I
duly closed directors for
li1m. T Pninley, Jo C. App
John A. Bunting, Wmin. C. Ar
Elaati Drrke. Fran. It'
retor D. Colliuos. Elblio
DanlolT. W ilUetd. JIn I ei
XltJhBlocurhtlon. Jiohs I1
'tV m rL. Uei- .lLn. EItl-..
Pottke H IK'tn U 1. t. It
An.drew Brady. k1tl oer!
B'm. Evordell. James Ib
And ot a anboequee, nfLt' T
rinkney. E s.q.. tunntiumef
.g'mpoy0r 0 tor c ro-'I yuIr.
.et! laft


A R.iR.E. ClaNCE--"1E L
A. lri, l. VSL j J ., i t r
un. r,". F lorriy 1t,6-t Cuo pb
., tbh fi
k LA1iG: CANAL BOAT
I p ,i, ad od urd' rI. ID.iLt ai
*LLLI.A[fZD TABLES,
i rit.rl t irt u -al t *, .il. tlo.
.tnirt oel L r 'f Kiimid obd oj.'t
o oe., b, . - thr r a. uCOO .Ir
eonto ,-, oI -oli tro t' d,
e,ttl e & aLi'-' r~Icl &ru e'l
LEUNAILfA I.sLNJA

C OWUNiRE RFI4 DLNi.L A
I C 0Lh.uN ,, lu. ri-r ,.'. .LI
0..ll t, l oil S *1 '( to o .-i ..-i
4 -.: t. ).1 i',L r i bel. r ,rl d *
t o,. it.. l .lc t,.n ', ir.. j u,
1,.,trtl Iti'' Ihn-r1 o ll ,, l' l
-l,, ].l.,...' i,+ll e tal d. I

COUN'[R' REIlDrN'CE..-
at 1 .0 utili trl .It-' fir K .r.w
:.11lf rac si I a iL b 0tap.i dl i D e
/vut ,f ilrce LeidrKca, and tcLi
IlfltbIn fir e i uet- walk If [i
Io thrt,in 0 I10 dI.lan-l C Irn-i t,
ferritBto ,.fw fm orh. T'fbei oil i
Lion. (it,I it 1 .-a -d honc,ri
Jtot, nitir, sdd a vorntty or Ine
p CL-CE, -. [lum. hb.rr.oi, ea
oLrutlb-r ly 0 1il ooteoahri r r
Now lork ,.r bro. lyrn. For pa
MORRIS a BKOTHR. NOB. ?a,
COUNTRY SEAT FOR EAL
la,n two Idos nort'ia '.. M
voe aores of lo!d, t.Setohotr
Lunse. 'ILo Iond xtuuoi 6 Iroi
lurun riWnir. Aud mbLraaes aa
bse.lrtiriJlly entO.,def-1 Of n x
I-1onE I'nji i 1i .Jl [I L. FLt 1
adjointo.n -tn north ibhe eri 6l
anid obe h osr-Uth to indd ILtt
Iy tItL Do'"a andd Dumb l on T0l t
hir..thy. arid nLOt o'.Qer.si be
' nld t et r ., ojr ldi pli .t fToic
it tporn twl. to I aT &,acrao i ol
rtLt. A fpl to C. S. S
COUN'IRY SEAT AT PEEK
i Ld ri tr, adljinttinii te 6
Laq.--Hone Jtnl utlpood Ii
hight. 308. and tnlled in with
t.ry, oomnmoaJDrg a liue n-oew0
0 te the moeet frbabhiouale st
provumenta. dunmb iwalter, o
muidwe w ill o Bsold a bai.
71 Piot EAc.
IOR BALE-THE CORINTHIAN
at Motile.-Wlihnun 1to retr
ale tt tables, f Lurnitore Cua .
ibeahove 6ziEnolwoe Lilliard eal
ilnini twelve tahbls, goompl
like 11N, Oo. V A ~.a

FOR SALE-A STORE LO N
In thu nilagl of Mamaroin-
,ew York. For pIrtlolareiia
ad aboe
OR S.ALE-A FARM, &L
aurk, In ito Sotai of Nowi
svoen asd a half Raotto o e a
efiold cheap. OnD teaj lr im
die land oUIj.Z M
P. Zlii .RMA "N 1
FOR BALL-A I'ARM OF E
th6 IllaIe eof HantiungtouN, So
.iLh a h.ildaome u0lC.loe, OOf
Lthe prtomiso. and Laraand sd
urdor. TLIaut aonildered tbe
oeaziy all anderullage, and wi
Ind a half from Ithe otuLmoat A
L.-..o l6laa Railr-ad. A cIof
moi.dj mey ri-mn os mtial
e Wnt 'd fr dotolcthlu propo
K.CAARUSON A CO., S
FOR SALEK-THE LEASE
omcat and vegetable market.
i.aiileo ., lnueiordol WtM.
r.ic atd Coort atlrete, or at
FOR SALE-SEVEN LO
F LOw trck dwelliiing houeo i
I:0n In the city oF WiULamsbrg
Iu casL, f n L quarterly py
bond mad monrtage fur a te
SPARKS., 62 JohDn uret, w Ne
street '1 IbDrg.
OR SALE-TWO HAN
bonasd On htoti. near W'aEL
"Aho SO 00new,r ahbeta.rtiol a
and modern imprivm.,amnts, w
sio1i reni& an oamortgaper tar
01 J. I ROOKS. I,'- r.isisnet
4 Seob.dle oetr, Broly.

FOR SALE-AT MIDDLE VIL
lip tfelJjy lOcatc roilogn
,some. with good rellar. .fi&.
thre0ot loln etround hinxblnr
ell Is.d Out in fruit ad floW
bl cold I'.w, .n aes omir-daiiat
crb.lato bemode Lo H. B ROlJE
ritrl, l, iiLanmiurgE, -r t.
FOR ,ALE-THET WaLL K
tOdc.r -otiinio; oataLohsbmena
to nobioh Lhe eodwatirr holUj
iagi a ror hobtiie foCr b Lua
eppl[ on ibe pronmsos.
OR SALE-A WELL ESTA
F 0o U o-irr.-rB, palntinra c rpet A.
ihie aoloo,. sno iqhe fTreittoro
At l'cri.riLeur phrticarJarp o
pf.vEibri otrue1.
OR SALE-A NO. I SEGA
F ';ry pr.filbbleu L.uhElo a. Inao,
.ry l, t.-nor will bowl Ir ia
0CO. Sntieiautoiy re n.nE e
B & Cu., 61 DaIr0y i
OR BALE -ON SI'TY
twee rifbh oad SiotLbIe,'saau l
ti.t'lobI'D FiIr} aet'oed atrrn
or will xcLhange f0r 1liy i
3ERIt)N,. 34l IOkB l

OR SAIE-THE FOUR
frUoL houea, WiLtJ f-ralr en
tib re f eii lO 25 i TO i
OR SAlE-A THREE ST
lot. No ItlEKEiEL Twenty oith
qnul t.1 No. 1l, D tiu
ORSALE-THESTOF'K, F
a e atr stori'oun Brn.a-ivayI
op refaroAbie toirmI far 1i
Post
tOR SALE-A FARM UOF IL
F cOuhLtj., N 1'., throe mit
tallroad, tidI LiuLti. i etra
sold. tnhge p. dai
J. H. WHITMOR

OR ?ALC-A NEA A.
F I ttr C otllAgo hona ti, eo n&t .
at groond 2010 trtI feont W h.,
iLouked I ith fri trot ra.Fro
above is pl'oaooutl Ilui nstO i
I. euds A and b. sear the
premise. aillFt P 11 or
OR 8AI.E-THE FIRST
ironi hLouie, 1.1 10,IIrI our
GEORGE 'EHBB, 1 ,
FOR S.LE-THIK ESTARI
Itnmily. loot01 1 Lihe city.
bljtatoA houds Lich, 30ULp L n
dtondlin top onehorb earlingR
and Obe EL todh band singi.e
ooipliteo AlL of iweitt iil
iinreat EDWARD SCRANTON'
Bi-isy and ALLaaticsrep

FOR SALE-THE UNEXrI
y eo rso rL o m th e d tn. M a
of hthe 0Q 1 htor- "riok tore i
L'ebhiDLo D. It 1i at pre
1 -r1-. e r y a n d l li o a1r Lt o r o a
ILpolitrS rnato' flOito rlor .
ime L.utonas. If Lbe lea0 ls i
reer i a rosponibla parly,i.
. CLA' CU:G, o b

FOR SAI.E-THE STOCK
faery store, tade bein otAbi
uors. a itobtrablI locasil'..
ienton or otilliho, ill he~lte
iretwtn eIoiotlLh sod
FOR SAL.E-A THREE
c Lr lI u3op w tith all thi
tt, D nvL at rI% lAtuC t d l Tal y '
Stl.b and Seo.lt, it. fnauuf Pr
t'o band nOd suiarthar.re It
UARN Ed.t (.'I',
FOR SALE-IN TUE TOWN
cbhcs'r ce.uui). tea loat. mob
iee'ep ruooilin LhiOUshb item
at' note. bh[Jioo xiely ,itaoitd
etud l.na I--.r .aOb. u oppised
[. Gti'UDt ir, l'} TEaot I'. n
F OR SALE-21cOlt--i
ie. 2, Ort 'lI cot)- Dorn en
Lousllnil olteUtniu preLeuta Iliu
ulea tlPtin itiitiulue cul Lel
mJf-a, 01 olddltjl bto
f.lOk SALE, .'LO;iTu'o S
Nwrhldl ri-op.of ole.'elgiL.
itJ tle, e ll t mootPa nt '.ile
,eIoes t-, o'o'.t hoous o :5 at
etnoro net-d tpply, oue Oit ro
to. pctperly .e odjiocnt ru to
ote town i.I (5 antoboter. Lt
lts cola d sl lll I'onrlu.' .ie i
oI t ; ''" -' '"'


nfl-. ..


FOR
200.0 WORTH oPR
52P0O, ilteo onl a'.n n IM
to. no~i '."'.. d~riM.cl'QrWI o
attil witbln Rltoos minutes
Bnrithton o Port Rihmnd
P. L. I

O N.LANUL FRDYGOS
$3I 000. -Io "EUf
s-' A.Oo" A, *.e i form is
ilriid, twenty mile from th(
anP a0,.r.tl. new 2i.ti,,t I .
Soo.,ir, en the ral'rasl.oad
m1ll ho6 pluto in o0iho-r, 1) 0ar I
'riNl be, Ficeo n Is ,.cbr,n4~,,for F im u ir
cori, pr. t'B Apply to1 I. ll

"-J F.46OO ly F-][ >rnnP .
frr.mtLd crjrnnr tliilL p. tliiinl, t'ru h o
tl.ii.Ir, ll l, L.r, lrT. I| r.i.'- v
rr leb .ln l 111 tl lt I,,,0 1 4In T ,'I.t
Dltoo .ooi c 1( tol 1ri ri-
L iln t.0 kl i7

O.r9''A., -A BARi..,IN -
ir....II.O uU t,.ti;> 1. t 1 i' i"'
'[hL I I....i , .J I JiA f..r ,
ip' U D E i r i o.d. t
r.i -1,- [ i ; i q 11 ,ril lii.iM0-
[11.1 o...iglL...ij'rioo f D.

C,9.( -r'tf -o-'t or. IN ,
hont Lt.- LLS IN' LLLS I Oil
1 t.4"0 i0 Fax %t I I n


fm&u3 vi' Il n!l 5 -r.- w oc
* E F_ O .A: F_.O Tl

JuI or ,l j l.u lildio n lih,.ai e'A
Li, raI0 nJiIAL t RirL cl
(,t.lr lr....t fir-.- Irjn ut
A Prn,..IC GOCSE FOR
b~lait* ) &r ItO.] UQiir. ,, ein
|r.ty rib uea i?]tcO lor 6=llib
t: rLtpflIO
A. RAKEE i.CHNCE.-
b0Lor.1 Urt i L J .y, aO plotiJu
t.rd.O,' i "'r'r pl rtinc Jitrj
Aui PT..CDSEF


FOR S ALE OR '10 L.ET-Tl
b~r-,eu 0t,.1. hoi,o~o o. Nd,-coi
0 N.0 atir iii l .a Mnol LeotuL i l
IB nob tb I r r. .t-nI l 0 ',.Oi u ,
ulLtia ip -it, r JOiNu lt 1 .
FOR dALE O R TIO LEi-
F ` ., e' (?r )y had L a, i..u.,rt lr
L.- tix 87,r plu. l -I Ekl .i.: ha.a r
-, i, .\-LLrtb- ,- GLUit
at *0f-F') I' G. titi_ i'
'L O RA.E OtR 'TO LLT-.A N
t, -. r oll dtl o-lt '. cI, W I t -
r. i l i tt itw: N,--bk. ii-
ir iin Op h't Il .Ld Sainod lietl
i t 0L ti iL loar k fr-i
air o Iei,'I,. lh,, III
Lir ",T:[| h l.ril'',aii acpit
u-0 .1 uIb 4I

LtFIlc5 -IA. OR TO LET-
I .' l,1til( t 1ry.it efy Lllli-, '
N.-. lit.l-lalot1ft i 11iu, 0-li I
Arpl- i t. ii-L. t 'n.r, .I
Ir o nI bt at, at o Ni u 3,N 1, l
tJ.tuUSEI FOR OAl E. CUE
nulill thTro tL.-rv .ti.-t -k Iiju ,
11 vi K L. l rdI i 1. "t ILInl -[ bl-' i x t i I wI[1 'II1 1
o r i h,, 'i t3 i ri li l. j o li f t- u.inL F
sr-. tulilr V A A AI -
ILO(N SAilE fOR .A LE--
u iL'-. A apply nat1 f 1% OuoLi
L-'ollooLj
L AU`iUFVY FOR SALL-ET'
t it...rt r -i I EftI 11 l- i
t t. L I n leu I. Q1-, ,- .1 o 01 *'d h 0
M-y l.-6 i oaoI_ 4' in tf..< 111 .1"
bnr.l t olltj ,,ll *lo i ',,., .,.l' t
erI.r --i Li.11 -. ir11,00 r 1 Wi- l 61q~. A -l '
o.dr oltt ,o

L Mr.ER V.'.RD FOR %A.
nrd n, 'inr oin i ton rt r..,. I.
Iu tl m ,o: Itr u l ,r fi .,[t .I --, m .I' -,
I u -i um. i I.,n L-r i r .i,. iu.I0..A ,,
cnr, 1. ,i oIa lol' t, Irn tie. .

PEWL IN GRACE CiUR 'l
-..i't i LI rI I iiij.iL -i. ,iiL,
S I 11 L .I N l JiJ ) W

cLII.IN E 'LU'T AT A .-
J tPi tt -L idO'li rc I'. uIf tln L.ti
'i'. _liiitliJittl ril]uLrK.. 00 il,'. ,
inta r '1t 'LI,.Li h1i.4i. iio l t I
II a.u tt la.
TDBREE ECONDA&NDl STE
I,-.,lolOr Ian.n.obhl--h i co.
L i.t,, cc r, ".0 nu Lo.olt a b
I.llr. iLiri j o Juft I nu l ng d L
0wl c-0u thite oo.roI pw,-wr r
ILIEI A liA LiIER..:jl


14 KIIL.B1i STREET. OP
U3 B.uoe-Su-Jts o r tinlirle ro
a nrot olsi Ltr-u oro or
AT NO 29 CLINTON PLA
A ri.dwa$iy-A tue siltu al O i
ruimjt. 1. lo. t. itt t with or
elatp. &and nearly lornoith.ol tl
The moat une.tepiiLtoeablo r

A GENTLEMIIAN AND HIS
na.dotId ib ',cry plsaset
munIIl&i, wi, h loard ftu.mi
fl rinLtrlob id i. i-.m now car nt. ti
Ttr1ahu m.Jdioin oootd -nu', sUi t IT
Lo .0 Mi.. A -ipiy htI i.
A GENTLEMAN AND Il E
Al gi.aiiotlsmn. OhU Ls L Mt
I-Ll- ALt r m-* m.. lI. h Ln-.io. iu al h .d r .
an toL u tv .,t .. iT5 -l.t', a o
onitc. itsut.lr'd in T irt, pxall
Broadoty yFor furober i.atriot
ftlltt Nono hut tLuae oC hei
apply. teoLit.au r o dn .
A SIN(.LE CENTLLEMAN.
"1r 6O 1j th 11.iL.. tiri-
li ai m il -r 1 o. 1.ii id, ..
.,'b v=,n -ri ,ndL- F 1UIGl, J. ,IL t~agdLy ~
with tIo. midcirhi laproVetl
p.opia tSoutheru Lr i 'Estb r
termis. ., C B M.. r l, oI i
A SMALL FAMILY. IIlOcil
Itt Eptie ,.-. Lonuda--oe I'uf
AopoLErnLCI. L tots or t, rLIe t.
Ott p.rtiael .t-ord Hut anda ti.
bt.'. 0i plsa1,E otly ttated.
II'ao.Ir.1t.

AN liNtURNISUED PARL
--Too eotloiomo and wife or
a pilnlb t I ally 1 All th o mrn
ttlaU OU toi ataOH aDd rtilr da
Co il ot il1 I'aet 'runtty cnl
Se ioen i l

AFUIRNISHEDOR UNFU
ia-.m tu Ion to too o .r bthr'.
rtIhLout Lrtklisti anLd itOC m.r
Api-I) si No t Dom.k
SUIT OF FURNILIED R
at. r-i., 1t- [cun. t' i' Int n W
rtD trOeL, e Adwav
ASUIT OF NEII'LY FLI
flepiltnUooo, oty. iiir
A IEW SINGI.E GENTLE
A rd it1tl. h,.uie end iJ Lua1
h. hm-l.,
ACHELOR'S HALL-A
tired r paying a u NtVe ,
i leo oir.to r i.Mul.nibitel pu
-tIn tiodoro 'oaoi bo1ino in
f-uLouleO wal, irr-ia' U ns lun iit-
i -irh aun..od.-t Ly, cu e .I., Ic a
u.jpL le.-.u "urtitL IV. nna t.j t.f-.t
dur'a soll within L.rooki'sl s bo-J
,ill e t oe-iud ad ien unrn riit.
teiel a & .l0-11 tm..vi t 'iir.'.
It, Advactr a(.itt Oi a geonteel. l
lai ],ome*. i.re ifmti -, t.) api
ht ito bouat., oColtibf hr h.l h a
r7f5rrno1to. ficltO ii0 u rtqiri
Baolt-l.or'b HBla r
BrDRRjOMSIO LET --TRE
oou te oe,,r.i' miuidht..- i
mnt6ir. fteJeurseno i r .-.tuat1ud

BOARD -A PARLOR AND
B iuri .oid, aie. ro--mo -UiL&ir
OUtbrn K tog alegoen ll t hLwill! LeI, i] O t i
L aui', N- 7 NieLh diti.t ri,
L i, ot illhny tu pa) a
BOARD-PLEASANT ROMSU
6ub i Lh b Ld.citLL or tllb-.-t L
er.ttt, oLor bl c(.
BOARD--TO LET, PLRMAN
a hBlua fruot ro(.m oL tLb c
Lot eIUC o aei' l,.,' ubL.rI 1 bi.-
Lun. d itlrnirlhitl .mt it m.dr O n
iera e drd It I.,t -l br
BOARIi -A FIRST CLAS
tL[utL. IUJiu,' t .0t to LIInOliD m
ti.\ L,,ar- it iu i L-r i hj L t, r
I :ly fuIroiaboljod. 'r p.rcttl
iii i 73 E, 1-.l f-.rirl.0nl1 ir
rtao reeordod. FulJ prti
OARD- PARLOR AND BOD
B Osoo-1d dsor for l'earll.i. o'
uC-t In a rri olb0 'O hOUe-t. it
raet LA lu Isllis. Ac Nej moti Irt
Liiihceuoth otrI:ot Eorl sppli.
of routa. Refrue
BOARD ON BROADWAY,
tin ltth otroat-A Ib.W In)iily
LuneOd KR-.OMaiD-a iteD o, 1roiL i
Tt I 3. Brekitot' op ti O''. lo
animmer loaanilun Cor
BOARD NEAR ST. JOHN'
ruotmI, l.rsutiraa and tehi. i
Il&iu1 houne, No I \'Ariokn,
POARD IN A FRENCH P
gJ p tlo.umnD and l'di) U.tl "t
dod a ind all room odjulijiag. witl
rrumn sor Aingle Fetloliia ui, i t
I1 Perry rtr-ovs. iAbhlIa Al piL
I.t the

OARD IN BROOKLVN.
B tAilf, c.r two or thr PiuoE tfle Iu ,
thlL L-ackih lor OD urvt HUo
plrimnbb I-a'ction, ir"e miw
Appil it i7 1 I
BOA6D IN BROOKLYN
ioIwen tan hBo o"i1 piooorni r
o priito Itomlily ot i Il Atl[ri

fOARD ON BROOKLYN HI
uoltalo ;.lOaflot roomo B
o.tory. rtlca, a Poe ream on
5e rlUminL. AFplI ot L"i CoLo

BOARDD WATED--BY A
10e 0 In & prihtIl litmilly. L
trtrald oplu eLatingl u Irin'
eiil.
B"OARII 3,'AN'iED--BY A
o'n rail b--ltr dtl itb.i t idoy
tilron L[oltk~b F.a:'Li U list j-
Itp' uli 1ho~.krl pi', iti: Q H*,uld
nfllur t? iJ~lkLi \iia UL it 1 |JL>fr .
ood reGui.:d 1"lJids adise or
ati-
B"OAPD I',oN']LD- -IN
J ittd u ,. ay to D 'lu,.ohr o
Ladn i a LciuLil t,,r tLt l.dj^ on]
i-,,.ructI rioliatri,. A.-Jrt
Odi
BOAIiI .i A NTIED IN 1.I
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Tte a rent Southern anit WtternCommo-Clol
Convention.
THE EUROPEAN WAR AND PROPOSED. MEDIATION.
FPDO OUR0 B'TIAL SPOEMR.
SECOND DAY.
CtABsro(, April 11,1854.
Scefhes of Mr. Mor oa, of Georgia, Mr. Marshall of
Mssisti FFi, ani Patrson Brozorlow of tnnesss-Pro-
sed5ings, R sAuions, &c.
The convention assembled at half-past nine o'clock this
morning, and after a session of about two hours, adjourn-
ed tilt tomorrow, when the speaking, of which we have
liead comparatively little to-lay, will commence in real
earnest. Two speeches have been already promised-One
from ex-Govprnor Jones of Tennessee, and one from Gen-
eral Leslie Coombs of Kentucky-in addition to which
there will be about a dozen fi om delegates of lesser note
The session of to-day was consumed in the presentation
of resolutions, of which there were, I am sure, not less
than thirty. These, as may be supposed, extended over a
wide field of ,rationas. and embraced projects of the
Most varied .aracter. Oe gentlemen presented a eso-
lution asking the convention to recommend the general
government to use its efforts as a mediator between Tur-
key and Russia, with the view of preventingtheapproach-
ing contest on the continent of Europe; butp his resolu-
tion was referred to the Business Committee, it isnot
certain that it will again come up. All the resolutions
offered were referred to the same committee, which will
select from among them such as it deems worthy the
consideration of the convention. There are at least a
dozen in relation to the Pacific Railroad, and four 1 five
on the favorite project uf the South, the establishmeal
Sof a line of steamers between some Southern port and
-Europe
The theatre In which the convention continuei to be
held was crowded, and several delegates from distant
sections made their spptniunc today for the Brat time.
After the reading of the minutes tbecommunleation rum
Mr. De Bow to the convention, in relation to tbe subjects
which should come before it, was read, and, on motion,
referred to the Business Committee. As I have already
sent a copy for publication in the REALD, it is only ne
cesesry to allude to it. The following is an abetra,-t o
the, principal resolutions which were referred to the
abovenamed committee -
By Governor JoNES--Re eelutivns in relation to the con-
struction of tIhe PacisicIL.iroad.
By Mr. MY-ER.S f Va -On the p-0tacbsl;ty of estab
lishing lines of steamer.i from loufhern cili:c to Europe
By Mr. Coonms-On ilhe P.cic iLiloid
Bpy Mr COLDs-N of All -in reliliii In manufactures,
sad 'thec employment of 0lare labor in them.
By Mr. NORCno-S., of Ga -In favor of attracing and Io-
cating cash capital at fh S.julh.
By Mr. GIasBsa, of N. C -In reilonion to onage, an
the mining interests of Lie aouLh.
By Mr. TTr, of Ga.-ln raor of a general system of
railroads, and as to the terms Lof the giants of lands by
Congress in thefr aid.
By Mr. Pn'Trup, of Ga.-in favor of liberal chartors b
the different States to such railroads as may cone
them.
By Mr. OaNeP .Lm, of Tenn.-To memorilize Congress
to remit and reduce the duies on railroad iron.
By Mr. TnT, of Ga.--lhat the commiRea report upon
the mode of a State's protecLingiltelf against violations
of her constitutional or natural R rights
By Mr. MbGNm3T, of La.-As to te cotton trade, pur.
chase of steamers, patronage of home merchants, &c.
By Mr. AvTz, of S. C.-in favor of promoting immi-
grationn the South.
By Mr. UNDSEwooD, of Tenn.-In favor of the eatab.
lishment of a press devoted to the interests and objects
of the convention
By Mr. CaiDzbazL, or Tenn.-In favor of establishing
and patronizing lines of Southern steamers.
By Mr. GOSr ori Tenn.-in favor of chartered comp&
nies to establish steam and call ines from Southern
porter.
By Mr. PaucE of FlU -In favor of a railroad across the
Peninsula of orida.
By Gen. COOunS, ofr Ky.-That the next covntion
meet at Louisvile.
The following resolution, presentd by Mr. Morton, of
" Ga., was the only one on which there wasany peaking:-
Resolved That as the impending confist between the Em
peror of RnsalTurkey, England and France, may reiuli a
general Buropean war, wo recommend lbe goverafent at
tes iUnited btatesL to offer itself as a mediator to thoe
P.wers
This, skid Mr. MoiRroN, maybe regarded asa proposition
upon which thi convention should take no action, but it
4a a subject which has oeea regarded with favor by more
than one person. I presented it to one of y.cur ice
Preopidenta yesterday, and he considered It as coming pro
perty before the convention But as I am not in the
habit of public speaking, I will merely address a few re-
marks to you in a private conversational way, giving m
vesa upen the matter as I gave them in a letter which
wta6L.to your President, (Mr. Dawson,) while he wa in
Wahington. I take it for granted that nations are like
indiliduals; two iulividi ls may get at variance, and
though neither is willing to gil' way to the other, they
spay yt t be desirous of having their difficulty settled and
wiling- to accept the mediation of a third party. Be-
lieving the United Slates occupies a poiitIon above that
of a"y other country in the world, I think there is a re-
gpdisbility resting upon usaaanation toexerciie in this
case the great moral influence whib we possess to pre.
esva-thle peace-of the world. L belave this present
ss'flbhitg5lOsB mast -deletron Influene on
thqinlerests of the uIth- ore than on any other see-
lion of ibe country. i bciseve that oar staple product,
cottaa, bought to' command twice the pride it does ,
this 'agnation raises the price of provisions and men we
know must be fed before they are clothed. I believeit is
.great pressure upon the commerce of the South,
which abshould be removed; and I alo believe that a sag-
ewtion from this convention to the President of the
United ,Stlates wold have great influence in carrying
into effect the proposition which I have male. 1 wouli,
therefore, submit it, not for the purpose of having it
go into'dthe hands of the committee, but in the hope
that it will .be acted upon by the convention without
s s h reference, and I rnst that it will be laid upon the
table to come p to-morrow. I am, Mr. President. a
practical business men, and I have watched closely the
operations of this difficulty upon our staple commodity,
sin which I am interested to a great extent, and I know
that a.proposition of this kind, If adopted, wood be
attended with the mot beneficial effects on the Interests
of the South. I trust the members of this convention
will not regard it as s ridiculous matter, and I may here
say that I have in my mind's eye a man who is most ad-
mirably adapted to undertake a mission of this kind, if
appointed by our government. I would suggest Genuri1
Scott as'a man who posse.: s more brains I hnn be has
the reputation of having. (Laughter.) He is, air, no
matter what may be said to the contrary ,a reat man, and
hea is so great that be knows it. (Renewed laughter ) He
has accomplished everything that he hag undertaken. ic
is large man, too, sir-as large as Nicholas himself-and
heim besides, asir commander-tn chief of Lhe army ol the
United States. If he lbouJdbe appointed, I feel that be
would crown the glorious chievement of his ide by ma.
king the peace of Emurope, and that, Sir, would be a great
feather in his cap. In addition to him I would same
Fillmore, and also one from the State of South Carolina
-t.he dtlnguilsbed Senator who represents it in the
Senate of the United States. [think if thee Ibre mea
went to Europe, tendering their medialion between the
belligerent powers there, they would be successful. In
this course we would be supported by the Scriptures for
wearetold ,Blesed are the peacemakerss" iLasgitr
and applause, in the midst of which the get'min re
aumed bhiseat.]
Mr. MaHSEAuL, of Midissippi, boped the resolution
woule take the usual course. Be expressed the high pi-
timation m which he held the character of the Czar,
whom recalled bhe Napoleon of the day, and thelgreat.
eat philanthropist now living. We shoul, he said, en|
deavortogain his friendship, so that he would throw
open his ports to our commerce, and extend to us privi.
ages whIch be had refused 1o others. What mailers it
to ,bs, continued the speaker, if he had made se
vyre laws-they ar- for the germent of what
may atil be called an uncivilized and barbarous
race. This proposition should go forth from a
body of this character, a body that is superior to the (On-
gross of thoe United States, for we are indeed a great peace
society, and we intend to conquer peace In the foresls of
the West, whete the church spirca will take the place ol
the towering bees, and the house of the husbandman be
erected over Ihe pot ahcre the panther riew the deer
for his breakfast this morning. Now we hear a great
deal about the practical man and the vlaionarv man, bet
what is the difference? The tiret goe. out to the inri
and digs the potatce that he mayafterward boll It in Ihe
pot, (applause ) whie your visionary man, nateal
of caring for himself, is looking out for the welfare of
posterity. Let us be praclical;let us gain thirisndship
of the-Cear, and we will supply him with rotten trou
Alabama, Ml~issippi and othr great colton producing
Slatese for clothes to his harbanian subjects. I hope.
sir, saidMr. MarhbaUl in conclusion, that the nesoiston
il be referred to the Business Committee.
As there was no business before the convention, ani
the members were.appareutly in need of some amuse-
ment, to while away Ihe ttms, Pareon BaOWeLOW, of
Tennensee, in compliance with the unanimous call ol the
meeting, ascended the stage and addresedthem in a
humorous strain for some minutes The appearance of
the Parson, as he is familiarly called, elcited the hearty
applause of his audIence, who evidently expected him
to say many fnnny things., or be has that repftarton in
the SouLht and, in fac, all over the country.
Do I nndersiand, he commenced. thai I am c.lted in
the rostrum merely to occpy the time till yes hear
from the Business Committee


The PRinsorr-1 presume It was for the purpoe of
hearing Mr. Brwulow.
Mr. BOWimow-WeU then Mr Preildent and gentle
thlacommercial eoutention,[htte
men, I knew when I started irom home as a delugrte to
this cemmerrial COneenlion, that there would be a great
many able men here, and I have not been dlappulnle-.
I knew, aLio that a greet number of them would be very
desirous of being heard .-n ttis occasion, and I ivee Oct
Leen disappointed in this particular either. Infact, I
thunaghtL It doubtful whether I would get a hearing at
all. (Laughter.) So I took time by the forelock, and
published a list of appointments, extending from my
residence In Tennessee lo Chrleston, ad I bave be.:
holding forth twice a day open the road upon all subject.
of interest to the country, for when I am at home I am
a kind of general superinendent and overseer of the
morals, the politics, the religion and agricultural in-
erets of the Stale. (Laughter) I am the Last man in
the world to attempt before any audience to make an
aloloKy for declining a speech, on the contrary, I am
pery fond of speaking, and do a good deal In that way.
(Retcwed laughter.) But on this occaai".n I understand
myself to be called upmerely to occupy thetime allotted
to us to amuse ourselvesa chatting with one anatber
while the messenger is going to and from the committee
room. I decline making a speech, and 1 submit nothing
now fur the action of the convention; but I will asy a
word or two expressive of my opinion, a Id will come
o whliat lam aiming at, by remarking that when our
Pilgrimfthers landed at Plymouth flck thea 'Dted
Iti.e resolutions .-They '"Resolved first, st. tsc
S1t1 LeWW 'W And their tilereofiResoled,


secondly. That the earth is intended by the L-,rd aso Onr sBoetom Oorrepondenee.
inheritance for higaslnte; Resolved, tairdly. That we are BOaTop, April 8, 181,4
the aints." I therefore conclude my remarksby Be- j awi D eAak-TF first Distridci-Le e geislatre
solving, firstly, TI the island of Cuba is the Lord's and
the fulness thereof; Resolved, secondly That ha intends andrd510t01 rfl-Rcdi('Ohautec rposd
it for the saints of the South;and, evolved thirdly-, -M j 1 of Bs (Ol l-
That we are the saints. (Laughtor.) sses-Items-Railroad I
Here Mr. Brownlow was in the act ofIa ietae atcBttae
w hen th e mediene a called upon him to continue ,his re Cla me f-A n sOdd t Csc-N e so Lu eseett o ep ita l- bs
marks. to youtnsist, gentlemen," he repliedthat Da-lHulsemnnLdfer,.
shall go on?" (Criesof "iYeo, yes.") Then, turning to mocrats here tke the defeat of thr party with
the ladies in th e boxes, he proceeded as follows:-Tdoaehg nk hne
If you l ags, I hare aid all to the gentlemen I intend a philosophical coolness that is worthy fall praise-their
saing to them' I am a ladies' man, (laughter,) and with defeats In Connecticut and Rhode Island, and our First di-
artdue deference to the opinion of ohers, Iam a pretty y he other, the Nebraska nag
fair specimen of T~nnessee beauty (renewed laughter). tlist o bean th en ti e bu rd o them Teb who
Ladies of the City of Charleston duing the sessions ofhse o
this convention, and at all other times in life when young favor Mr. Douglas' pri'f declare that the opposition it
gentleman offer you their arms at the doors of churches ived from
.od elsewhere, and you are conscious of their having their party in both States named was the
drank too muchl mean whiskey, (laughter) when you cause of tho party's overthrow. In opposition to these
smell the cinnamon and the cloves, you may know there eccentric individuals are the great mass of the party,
is something rotten in the State of Denmark"-do not who aver that the misfortunes that have happened are
have anytlhin to do with them. What did the ladies of a
neighboring tate do to stop the ravages of intemper- the natural consequences of ringing in the proposition
dance? They determined on holding a temperance meet- to repeal the compromise of 1820. They seem disposed
ing, at which they adopted a preamble and some resolu- to extract good from what they hold to be evil, and say
tions, one of which was to the effect, that they would
never receive the attention of any young man who was that it is better that the demory should be beaten
accustomed to drink too much liquor. Upon the publish- now than two years hence. Perhaps they are right;
ed proceedings appearing next morning, a certain young but I cannot exactly see the necessity of being beaten
lady's name was attacHed so to speak as chairman of
the meeting. She was the belle of the plsaco, and a young at either time. Were the party wisely led It
gentleman was paying his addresses to her. When uhis ought to be able to go over one administrative
friends saw her name in the papers, they gathered round t without getting into a vast bog. There never
him and esid: "George, did youn see this" See the
devil," he said- I have read it an hour ago; it is all was such an opportunity lost as has been literally
uammon and stuff, and to convince you that they are rejected by gentlemen at Washington to place the demo-
insincere, that young lady- has been dead in love cratin party on a footing as complete in its strength as
with me for the last twelve months. I will go to
church nest Sunday and present her my arm, was-known in Jacksons time. However, if Gen. Pierce
and you will see if she refuse it Accordingly nest San- likes flies in hi soup I shall not quarrel with him about
ldav thrall went to church to sethe fun George his want of taste
maroLed up the aisle with a little rattan, ornamented on
the top with a gold headand, as polite as a French damc The small majority received by Mr.Eiotin ourFirst
ing master, he says, "Miss Susan shall I have the extreme district-smallas ompared with that receivedby Mr.
pleasure of seeing you home to your papa's house?" Scudder in 1862-shows what might have been effected
Well, she retreated with dignity and responlioil, "No air-
roe." (Laughter and applause ) He still pressed his by the "anti-whigs" had the Nebraska question been out
claims and stuck his elbow out to her, but she refused oftheway. Mr. Eliot's vote will be one more against
ILt, ofiler, and drawing off further said, No air;by the th bill, as the district has hitherto been unrepresented.
gr- ce of God I have run my arm through a jug-handle Tie Legislature has again commenced'itikeriug the
for the last time." Now I say ladies when yo.ingmn constitution." There has boon reported proposition to
present you their arms, i you know' they h ae dranktoo the House of Representatives, by e Committee on Con-
much, decline running your arm through a jug handles. stiutionalReform, to divide theState into forty dlstriots,r
i'Laughlcr.) each to have one Senator, and the numbers or lepresen-
At the coucliiusion of Mr Br,'.wnlirw' temperance anec- tativos to be apportioned by the Legislature, the basis of
dote the convention adjourned to meet at nineo'clock to- apportionment obe the number of legal voters. This
monrrow, involves as complete and summary a change of the prin-
So far as I can judge from the feelings and opinions of oil-lea of Massachusetts government as if a revolutionary
many of the delegates, very slight h6pes are entertained constituent assembly were sitting for the purpose of im-
that any practical results will be accomplished by this providing a now polity. It involves, in the first
convention. It has been only two days in session, and place, a total departure from our system of
yet more projects have been laid before it than they can rei raseniation which has existed for more than two huu-
dispose of in a month. It depends, of course, to a great tred yeas, and which lies worked admirably. It Is a
extent, on the report of the Business Committee, whether proposition to substitute the district system-a system
any or all of these shall be discussed and determined up- wholly unknown to Now England, as such-forthe ancient
on. It is but just, however, to say that a more influon- and well-tried and satisfactory system of town or corpo-
tial, respectable or intelligent class of men were ever rate representation-the most democratic mode known to
collected for the same purposes. J. M. the world and worthy of especial commendation for the
part which it performs in the political education of the
TELEGRAPHIC people, and because its maintenance is incompatible
FOURTH DAY. with the application of the party convention drilltoat
OUleast one branch of our government. In the second
COnALssno, April 13, 1864. place, the substitution of legal voters for population, as
In the Convention to-day a spicy debate took place re- the basi for the construction of the House and the Senate,
lative tothe reporter for the "TrWibua." A motion was would be a great change and the ffet would be quite
remarkable should it be adopted. The Whigs have, by-
made to exclude him In consequence of the abolition ten- reporting these changes, shown that their reverence for
denies of the paper; it was however eventually with- the old constitution which but two years ago they pro-
nounced unimprovable by human hands, has departed.
drawn. It is but jut to skay that the reporter's conduct hy u ld iae as fewy hi principles unquestioned,
there is unexceptionable, and the editors of the morning or its provisions undisturbed, as there were left of Lear's
papers show him every attention, knights. They have given-special offence to the Irish to
Resolutions were adopted, advocating the employment whose assistance they are o much Indebted for their
ascendancy, in two ways; for that o)~w of voters object to'
of capital in manufactures and mining; appointing a both the legal voters basic, and to the cutting
committee of three from each State represented, to oh- up of the great towns-Boston, Lowell, &c., &c.-into re-
ain statistical information to show the present condition representative districts, whereby their power of com
bindation, from being a distinct people in race, and a die
and extent of the manufacturing interests, and furnish a tinct eet in religion, will be greatly lessened. Iam not
report at the next meeting. Also, to address the people sure, however, lat the main reason why many people
of the States represented, urging the importance of ac- now favor the dietrit system hware opied to it six
months since is ota to the evidence which the,
tion in the Legislatures tbhreof in favor nf manufaetur- nn ofla N bo rd- that the town system
ini, ship building, direct trailed. mining, education, &r affords great advantages tn the dath.jlio solra c o band
A cummitlceof three from each State was appintle-i together for the accomplishment or certain purposes.
S They abound in thebo large towns, and might be ble to
to memorialize Congress, urging a reduction of th ,Iu C ontr-,l enoely the charuceir of tie delegations from
iei on railroad ir on; the pasngr of an art folbthei such places, which would be slate of things us ereug-
prormint of the merchant service, by eneuraging boys io L0 he ideas of the mass of oe party i to tha of
logo to eea, ard for preventing desertion, to tend one or any or oil others, lhough tho ahiga, from barig lately
two small nasal steamers up the Amazon river for the rece;rd much rvliable aid from the Catholl", are just
purpic-e ef ep.luring ies tributaries, which the Stales 0neWc.mi necld tobealittle mored-tefeential to that class
owning them hare declared free to the commercesnd nau ofoteer rtnoIc usunlly are. They ha humbugged
%igation of the whole world. and that tbegoernme-ont of them tinclh on tie subject (f the convert in-itnnity
Braiil be requested to permit these re-sela to mako e. I ihus far, lbt til game cn't I e played muoh longer
plormione anuts rtys of ibhe sores of the Amrazdon bho Il r -,o.tl. .. say Iw is to bo he cao
longing to that nation; to encr.rage qthe i.tdbli-hmeult of tI, ins uedment to the ooiitution, though
of a ine of mail steamers between orime Southern r-ort or i he u6po D(e it of ans diacuraion on the
u.ori anad te mouth of the Amazon, or some other port I t-jei ulil next Tueday, the Illi, by a majority of
in Bra .i alo, to encour1go the etablihmeut or a di e ten in a vote of Il-ibcre lit-tlg 112 rbsentees-a
rect mall by siteamers between some s.nuthern port and thought b yane t Iin4lesse its defeat as two-thirds
Europe. i must vote for It to secuie ila paonoge ihs original pro
Alter discussing the question of the Improvement of position bas been already so far amended as to make th
harbors and na-igable rivers, Ithe convention adjourned, number of rep.rentalises 320 izlod of 240. and Ibis
It is doubtful whether the final adjournment will take may roue Its rejection as one great object with certain
place before Saturday. _____ reformers is to reduce the number of repre'ntatives,
and 820 would form a greater House Lhatlhas been the
FIFTH DAY.g serogiof the la it dozen earf The Houe orf the ear
CAlUaaLerON, April 14, 1851 bas hut 309 m(netrb. sna that of IsA jcar v.va' consider.
The Committee to-day reported the Pacilo Rail aby. liv nlir
i ho- Legie.luita ceems tob
project. Firet-It is recommen.-led as a vial necessity lsmouniti-f bhok apitale-ndhamountreom-
o the prosperity of the Southern Stales. Second-That mc.r.led bj the committee o the subject. Several bilil
the route be commenced on the Mississippi, between St. of that ktld hare posed the Senate which were not only
i r.B.. u niA~ fh~Ht*Tnr~inn~i_. n ot recomimendeid by that eoninro u rr.pa~vl
Loai.hd New Orleans, through Toiras, connecting w-ish not rea rm 11nded b that comirtee but were p"I ivelh
Ion~ce~ppor~eilby Its nstru.Inso doebs-re The profit'than
all the Northern and Southern roads. ThIrd-That theb nilue frm bni'in arto suiposei to l'ao largO that thlr.
Gadsden treaty, so far as securing the right of way i n tor of mania on the oubject that May ead to oil
through Mexico, ought to be ndop:cd. Foul il-Recoinm ITe centiile,- ic.pled a plan for moderate increase, but
mending a combination of the Soijthern iStates for the ;t ,eem- tat that has not salified the Senate.
construction of the road, independent of the national The City Auitor eSiinate. our municipal npenses, for
government. Fifth-Becommending the incorporation of the year ending April 30,185, at S2,23e,000, of which
the rad by the Legilature of Virginia, and runb-zequently $1,767.,,00 must be raised by taxation, being an increase
by the Legiolatures of all the Soutlern Stales. Sixth- of ll,600 on the amount raiseI in lint way last rear,
Provides for the appointment of a, omm.tntE to prepare when rho estimates proved errnousn, ad money was
a charter and procure its passage by the Virginia and borromtd toneLl thedebciercy As property has large.
other Souathern Legislatures. Iv IncReaed, this additional taxation ill not amount to
They were all adopted, except the treaty resolution much so far as the purses oi Ihe payers are concerned,
General Gadlden addresstd the convention, Indiurectlly only ItaI rcopl, rAT aliwrP more ait to grumble t La.
intimating that the treaty was prepared to eerie a payng when they arewel able to meet it tin when
route for the South through Mexico. He had beard a inre.i arc nt Oo, wbht Lord Castlorcagh wae uned It call
rumor that Northern Senators bad combined to defeat an irsrcidnt iralsionce of taxation" beuig an especial
that part. He deprecated the passage of tbh re-'olution vice CI the fqlly clasoss Some of the principal items
by the (onuvcontlon. 'tbe resolution os subscqur-ntl, c- eoependiture for the years 15S-6b 5are a3 follows:-
withdrawn by the c-mmittee For schcole, $397,'ifu; waler works, $361,00u; streets,
Resolutions were adopted r.r.oviding' for the .ncourae e *It'S.tt, iiisening and extending the same, *100,000;
mcnt of direct trade with EuroFie from SoutLern porls Walcli iXit-init, $93.000, police f4,000; e.airies,
by lEtgilat;ive asislace. For treaties to secure the re. t0.00,. interest, 8128 0iO Fue Department, $87 500'
dustcin c(f the duties imposed on tobacco an-] hemp, ly houses of correction, industrY, teformation. and eer
foreign counltrie Adjourned till to morrow Island, 8l8?,0l0.I lampi, $96.,00, city debt, 10,000;
TIe delegates are now derarling on board tLiee fin. county of Suffolk $130,i6u0. Lunatic Hospital, 66Z000;
ste-amers, to view the harbor, &c A display of fireworks Oio-rcra oo 'aor, $30,(00, and sewer anddrsin
tlkeit pa e -n th' Battery tonight. 0u) 'be differcnrc htolueen the expenditur-s on the
_wri_ water wtrks., iticluding inten-i an- the income there-
Drlrs,,aFire.ttPhiladelphia.s 140,6
D nrolmvoheIe nfl nailcptlnIhbe Fartern roilroal Cc.mponv will commence running
[From the Bulletin, Alirl 15. therininto city on blod net, April Their
About aqunat ter L before four o'clock tb;s morning, Ilb bridge e irs riea a mile lsng, and teaty-siX
large fivea story brick building in the rear of Branchu eiswe, nod his a docile mrt. It h0s strong genorda,
ste-el, above Third-i-known as the Branch street Factory whichsri. intended to peer-mtuIecero from hIng thrown
-ea discoveredd to be ou ire. The d ames ere irsl lbu river, Ehuld thaeyi b throw l the trick The
observed in Ith 6OueeLh t corner of the fourth story: -drieare nre a ew plan, inrenld an-I palent-s by Mr.
but owing to tle cc-mbustible character of the clteotD oRoss, the buil dr of the t.-dd. ibo T sO to on- side
of thr builoliug, the lireo spread with such fe irful rapidly aneneasi usg-d by u. e-aMen, and Is a!shor
that the entire otruclure lnespeedily rppdinam time la nea stotiinon ae
and -t %as found imposable to rescue any portio hat d i @ pale tolutt ionf en t
ever of its conteits,.
The eantrn wall fell upon tle tral-le in the riar of tb. bere oca, en1d t, 100fe by1 '. Tei ino tdca mhdaf
InThrdstee.ob~ Rts e cInees~ary Lty Ihi-: canecofentacosfreadahl
Old Rotnerdam Tavern, Im third street. above Rance, a, hetra.1will com upo theold
crushed it to ruins. The wreck 1f the stable wooat mleac t (e; blut lb rl a- o dt ib
(,n tfire but the iremen prevented the flames from spread ck i t ibut a o distne is bt
ilg so that direction The rear portion of the back bull- we, i wc il e m theaolauce ofhe
tog of the dBlln of Mr. B Rem. N 12 Bc-noh te r. St-me tr"sl.-s ar lihe-lyr iow silol the chang
wao truib.,J by tho. fading rains. Mr. R.'s housedli no n ing alrecll a be- bought ngain thmiv tt C)ry
lake sire
Ou the norlh side of Rare street, ;mmcdiateld opposite it'.l;ro'emenl cusrana for p'iug through lbs latter's
the burning faetorv, aend only separated from i1 by a ur t preme ("mod is r g a e o
r,'w pace, there arle to large 5crcelsory l,uildings, owned someimlrnro to i nle so lbs horse busiess.
by Mr. Asimn The rear portion of thesebhaillings are .cmetime 00 y n tioslinge ht an actin
ccn iderobly scorched, ond Ihe domes were only [.re. "i"lnn s i IL resovcra the nc rovior
venttd front, getting inside by the strenuous eerlions 01of nga sltic n l" 1 10 feetof a ho of rc1itop
the Srtmen. No. Ill, orcurieo by Horn & Ellis, sol 9 orobup Si A hsd allvre'o a uiI og in brioax
Leaine. escaped serious damage *The roof o'" No. lil, t, 51 a t iho pisriotlil i0elding In Beltn8'e
occupied aae monufactoryof some kind, wasdectroyed ete, whic ad'oin t sleet. Her Sa actonwa
and the budding wasdeluged with waler. This house FortruelingRcmner ewi e w Sh
aloe e-longel to Mr. Adams. In the rear of NO 118, I a 1le tirg ntlio-r inter ttich se fort-fu
two story rick structure wan completely crushed ^y Ihe -
falling wall, and- she ruins were set on Si-s No li yeeresgo, tn that on which deslolen was glee:thi
Race atmret had the roof slightly damaged W. B. & A morning b /bl' C ,s l lr'fl tk., for
Roc,, setelplate manufacturersoccupied portion i-f the ne-r mot a sb so iual,-,l, aleali o used. the
fociory This dirm Io*aa $I,000, uron which there isne, l u hial i ec n
Or~l t 'c* ________ the sum c1 ?1,HO
T'Ie now Flrcel.etiilic Hu-ppti at Taurttn, in Boistol
HiBSROPBOBIA-NThREE Cot[iuRift BITrEN--. 7 euty. to mple Thi, inl,.,lti.,u Ii is le reserved
nrn bai --The stn Western A- Ic,-. gives the loi fr insane ya-sons from hue ront~i ;f Batnililp, Bri-
hoeing aeont of a sad occurrence in ltb t itple tel t [,osf Narilnl,-,'l, Noriolc, ani PIinub, which-
o Chautasque county --We learn from a rut,-l SOurce c,.nlsine* "Dm- -, Inhabilants foss *,er.ra sg.- The
lit a tir. WeLls, ren[ding in uhe town of Ripite, ha-i a bidngheigben-,datlatWcoirbig
choid 18 moueths old bitton by a rabid dog c-ne'dse last istelyreivnc-,re.rdth nreiee'res
week, which cauaedl his dealt'se~ fe lai. re ot e-eri mecuefrfi oIepo
olber children, the name,s of atom we hac t- e are. iiytrsc, nil c.st
e immediately tken to dti meic itane r ly was r I, of cm i fewer
The parictiu.ro ,'.f the ailair, as near as arta calearnSr'nciatIsolthkhaisue rrslb-ou-
as foliowac --It appeared 1bst on sav d cy or two[reciou,, a rnef htsrilllio.Tecrg hmsrd
man come along with a dog which ldir Wel[, "wlshelt 1to a~ atht er-s ii hcmwsa no;- 5,ne
purchase. butheoner thoe s
He prcceeded on bisajournay but a shorn distance, bfafr.- tahaeim-edsoCnslctnI r.Jiealad
the animal eas altacked by another dog, evidouni rabid, Ne- Hrimr*ebso. orwor il lbs ee Ist were
and bitten severely. The owner seeing tilt, and "fearing ceve peahe, fro t he b ngotmein th asw-
that he should be compelled to part with s dog without e.a-
any remuneration whatever, immediately returned to he ht lementhikth i may bere
house of said Wells, and concluded to pact wiuth the dog. vie ntepicpeli onb eti iemn
Mr. W. seemed to take a particular fancy to the anlin l to wtta lc
and without hesftating a moment peid fothdo.ad .. ddstedartebsbcuste


permitted him to run at liberty through the house. A TheEi-nPostoi's Boston corresondent has thrown .
few days afterwards the dog showed symptoms of hydro- a shell Into ourelecircles," by publishing the state-
phobia, and while in a fit, bit one of the children. In a muthtM.Wberddntwieisltrtohva
bys b gtheschild begano4show symptoms of theodisease lien Huloemann, end that that celebrated epistle was
by bitig its own arms in a horrible manner, leaving the from the pen of Edward Everett. Most people think that
bone almost destitute of flesh, and died in a short time, as the secret of the authorship had been so longkept
ahis ead affair led Mr. W. to believe that he had made from the public it would have been as well had it been so
rather dear barain, and instantly proceeded to destroy kept forever. Nothing s moe common than for emi-
the dog lest he might do further damage but did nt suc- nent men to.avail themselves of the assistance of their
ceed in Wiling the animal uiil -he had bitten two other literary friends, and it has never been IlburlelIto del ct
children. We understand that the former owner of the from their reputation because they haveo soF. e lo Mr Is
dog has beentarrested, but have not learned the parriou- Webster's reputation is too great to receive any adjtilin
lace of the trial even from the labors of Mr. Everett. If it could be es-
Legal zsatelgence. tablished that one-half of his writings were from other
Legal Inte~ligenee. tbGshd
~Cooar o~ AyrgS, APRaii183, P.M -Argumelnt (n w'pens enough would still be left to place him In the front
10 concludARs. No. 42, Pcne .-a rgument in N rank of the great intellects of the world. ALGOAA.
105 concluded. No. 42, PcnFlou f agdronag-D
ment; Winm. Bailey forappellant- Wn Cgasornson SrO
dent. Calender for April 14-4o. 47, 82, 88, 85 82 8, Mn. FnLMOItE ON fANIPEST DSTimr..4ihe x-
51, 69, 100, 107, 44, 1, 22, 88 ,97 April i.-kos President visited Vickoburg on the 24th of'March, and
65, 51, 131 57, 77struck O. No.42, concluded. No. was enthusiasticlly received by men of all parice He
47, Mathews agt. Howard Insurance Company; argued, was escorted to his lodgings and welcomed *-. t city by
Mr. H. E. Davies council for appelant; Mr.S. Matews the MayorTheVicksburg Stel says, hespokof
counsel for respondgents. No. 82, Van Buren agt. Hud- this portion of the Mississippi valley bang the centre of
son River Railroad @o. Argued. Mr. John Van Buren, the republic-not Indeed Ie republic with its present
counsel for appelhat; Mr. Charles 0'Conor counsel for limits for Canada," said he with a glowing feeling and
respondent. Not concluded at4P. akln&ing of the eye, we were glad to remark, "
SsnyAI CoURTr Or T m Umna SrAM.-AlamIl1.-No. knocking for admittance, and Mexico would be glad to I
8. A. T. Marshal Plaintiff in error, vs. the Baltimore come in, and without aying whether It would be right
fand OhioRalroa ompy. Th'e argument of this cause or wrong, we stand with openarms to receive them,for
was continued by Messrs. Latrobe and Reverdy Johnson it is the manifest destiny of this government to gmbro" oc
P!oi it4 MefAln4iwg i mIWQX 199#4 4149 119 0ha f Nor9h 99n yst,"


ReUglona lnteclgente.
Rev J M Macaulaey, by request, will repeat Iis diU-
course on rhe Influence of Fashion on the Female Oha-
rscter. "in the South Dutch Church, corner of Fifth aye-
nue and Twenty-first street, this evening.
APPOINTMBKTS BY TBE POvISIONAL BISHOPS.
To-day, Easter Sunday forenoon at St. John's Church,
New York; afternoon, at St. Mark's Church, do.; even-
ing, at All Saiunts Church, do.
Monday, forenoon, at St. James' church, New York;
afternoon at St. Andrews' Church, Harlem.
Tuesday, forenoon at St. Michael's Church, Blooming-
dale; afternoon, at St. Mary's, Manhattanville.
Wednesday, afternoon at Intercession Church, Car-
mnnsville
Thursday, forenoon, at St. John's Church, CIfton; a.
ternoon at St. Paul's Celeton.
SFriday, at Christ Church, New Brighton.
Saturday, at St. Mary's Church, Eliotvile.
ORDINATIONS.
Rev. Timothy Stowe, was on the lth inst. ordained
pastor over the Pacific Congregalional Church in New
Bedford. Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Thompson of Box-
bury.
The ordination of ROev. E. L. Lacy took place on the
12th inst., at the First Presbyterian Church in Syracuse.
Sermon by Rev. Dr. Hickok. of Union College.
Bev. Win. C. Dickinson was ordained on the 12th inst.,
in Middleboro', Mass., as pastor of the Central Congrega.
tional Church and Society.
INSTALLATIONS.
Bev. G. V. Maxham will be installed to-day as pastor
of the Universalist Society in Metord, Mass as euccessol
to Rev. H. Bellou 2d, D. ., transferred to the Presidenc
ef Tufts College.
ACCEPTANCE.
Rev. Wm S. Smith, late of Union Theological Seminary
has accepted an unanimous call from the Union Congre
nation Church in Fourth street, lately vacated by Rev. J
B. Grinnell, to become their pastor.
Rev. Mr. Willey of Stonington, Ct., has received a una
nimous call from the Episcopal Church and society o
Augusta, Me,, to become their pastor. Itisthought tha
the call win be accepted.
Rev. Charlvreckard, of Lancaster Mass has accepts
the call of the Second Trinitarian Coigregaional Churcl
in Cambridgeport, and willtbe installed pastor on Tuesda:
evening next, the 18th inst.
RESIGNATIONS.
Bev. S. P. Chllds, faster of the Presbyterian Church i1
Hartford, has resigned in consequence of ill-health.
Rev. Joseph H. Towns has resigned the office of past
of the High Street Church in Lowell.
NEW CHURCHES.
The Methodist Episcopal Church at Maspeth two an
n half miles from Grand street ferry, will be daicated t
divine worship to-day.
On Sunday morning last the new edifice recently erect
ed on Van oiclin, near Atlantic avenue, East New York
(Ninth ward of Brooklyn,) was dedicated with the usna
exercises. eight Bey. Bishop Laughlin officiated, a
was assisted by Reov. Andrew Bohen, of Flatbush.
A neat Gothic edifice, which has recently been erected
at the corner of Lee avenue and Hewes street, Nortl
Brooklyn, by a few persons of the Dutch Reforme
Church persuasion, was dedicated to the service of Al
mighty God last Sunday afternoon. The dedication ser
mon was preached by the Rev. Dr. Bethune.
The new Congregational church in Pequonnock, Conn.
was dedicated on Wednesday, April 12. Sermon by Rev
E. R. B eadle.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Rev. T. S. Clhilds, pastor of ihe Presbyterian church ir
Hartford, has requested his congregation to unite witl
him in asking the lpresbytery to dissolve their relation
The only reason is a state of health so seriously impair
ed as to prevent him from meeting the increasing in
terests and labors of his charge.
The ordinations of 'Rev. Mr. Duncanson, advertised t(
take place in Washington City on the 9th inst., did no
come off in consequence of his having been fouc
deficient on certain points of his examination. It is
very mortifying circumstance to his friends and to thi
church over which he had been invited to preside. Mr
Henry Ward Beecher was to have assisted at the ordi
nation.
The Roseville (N. J.,) Presbyterian church, organized
on Sunday evening last, have called Rev. John F. Pipgry
of the North River Presbytery, who has been presiding
at Roseville for some time past, to be their pastor. Thi
trustees and session of the church were requested to asl
the Presbytery of Newark to receive the church int(
their connection, and install the Rev. Mr. Pingry, should
he accept he call.
Rev. Dr. Osgood, having been forty-five years pastor ol
the First Congregational Church in Springfield, Mass.
has retired from active service on an annuity of $700 al
lowed him by the society.
Rev. W. L. BreekenridgeD.D., has been elected Presi
dent of Westminster College, located at Fulton, Callawai
county, Missouri, under the care of the Synod of Mts
souri.
Every eighth person the State of Delaware Is con
nected with the Methodist Episcopal church.
The Fourth Congregational Church in this cityhay,
urode their pastor, Rev. Henry 0. Schermerhorn, a sub
stantial present of $600, -as a token of their regard tn
his self-denying exertions and eminently successful
labors in building up the cause of Christ in their midst.
T'o Nzw YORS AAiD BsbolLyN FORIgiN M,.ssoeAra
tomrvy held its twenty eventh asnuievrsar( on Shbbatl
evening Iteast, in bthe Church of rthe Puritans on 'Aio
squae Ibhe Rev Thomas H. Skinner, Jr., read-the an
nZal report, giving a gratifying accent of tht. labor. o:
.the o'cety and oi the Amencan Board, of wb!eL it i[a
oi c t aciQDI aulilary.
The Treasurer then presented the following report:-
Cui, frim ihnl faiIwng Caichee,frm Adpnl 1, 1853, ,
Mnnrh 3, 184
Allen trret FrebyteriantCh,ir.-b............$186 1
B;:ck Pr .byIlerian Churcb................. 941 8
Breadwray Tabernricle.....................278 01
Cenbal Presbytertan Chuach................. 5920
(hurclr '. i h, Puritans ................ .. 1,174 7
EfiEttIrn Co-regatiorisl l:hurb ........ .... 2 9.
LerectiL PIebvterian Cbrch....... ........ 170 01
Fourltt illi tnet Presbyleriau Chich.... . 1,519 01
Fourth are-nuc. ...................... .. 988 41
Birsltm................................... 81 6
Housitn t.a ct............. . ... .. .. . 76 71
Mercer street.......................... 6,404 91
Madiioan lEuore ...... .............. .. 1,126 7
M ,r.balta&i.-vlle .......................... ... 17 0
N..rlh Msnhaitantilie ...... ........... 72 11
Pstbylerian Chuholi n (Uiierrity place .... 500 0(
Seetiih street P'eol.vtirlia Church.........306 9f
iLxtih itreetlh PItabytersai Chr- ........... 0 0(
r.i.,inr t.l- t Prroti.) tlearin Church ........... 159 DC
NinitceEtL &ireet Prtebyleritn Church ....... 222 7
West street Presbyterian Church............. 502 4
West Twenty-third street Presbyterian Church 108 4
Sundry donations in New York and Brooklyn.. 1,562 S8
Churches in Brooklyn................... 6,060 48
Churches in Williamsburg ................... 63 24

Total............................. $26,960 68
Expenditures.........................115 78
Balance paid into the Treasury of tho Amer-
ican Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis-
sions.............................. 26,844 80
CONSECRATION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN
CHARLESTON, S. C.
[From the Charleston Courier April 7.]
The new cathedral dedicated to St. ohn and St. Fin.
bar "ras consecrated yesterday, with solemn and im-
posing ceremonies. As early as 7 A. M. the preliminary
proceedings commenced, in the presence of many of the
leading dignitaries of the church. The consecrating
Bishop was the Right Rev. Dr. Gartland, Bishop of Sa-
vannah; and there were also assembled the Most Rev.
Dr. Hughes, Archbishop of New York; Right Rev. Bishop
Porttier, of Mobile; the Right Rev. Dr. McGill, Bishop of
Richmond, and Right Rev. Dr. Reynolds, the Bishop of
Charleston. Besides these prelates, there were among
the other clergy present, Rev. Messrs. T J Sullivan F.
Billion F. J. Carr, Dr. Lynch V.6Very Rev. H. S. Bater,
V.G, Jamea. Corcoran, D..,and Rev. Mr. Neill, of St.
Patrick's Church, all of this city, with the Rev. Mr'
O'Connell, of Columbia; Rev. J. Birmingham. ofGranite-
villa; Rev. Thos. Quigley, of Hutchinson's sland; Ver
Bev. J. Parry, V. G., of Augusta Ca Rev. J. F. O'Nellfi
Sen., and 1ev. J. F. Kirby of Savannah; Rev. J. F,
O'Neill, Jr., of Atlanta, Ga Kev Mr Cullinane, of Fey.
etteville, N. C.' Rev. C. T.roghan, of Newbrn; Rev. F.
Martin, 0. S. D., of New York, Secretary to Archbishop
Hughes; Rev. Father Stonestreet, of Georgetown, D. C.,
Rev. Mr. Hart, of New Haven, Conn., and Rev. Mr. Wal-
drvn, of Philadelphia.
The chaunting of the psalms ana prayers prescribed
by the ritual for these solemn occasions prolonged the
early ceremonies until long after 10 A. M., when the
transportation of the relics took place. Previous Se this
the outer walls had been thrice visited in procession by
the officiating Bishop with his retinue, and sprinkled with
holy water, accompanied by the ohasntingof psalms and
eanticles. The relics were borne on a handsome feretrum
or shrine, supported on the shoulders of four priests
whilst four of the latty walked alongside, bear ng the
baldlocchino, or canopy.
At this period in the ceremonies the doors of the cath-
edral were thrown open, and In a very few minutes the
building was thronged in every part. The sight present-
ed to the gaze was truly magnicent as the beautiful
proportions of the gorgeous temple of God were oxhibited
under the influence of the noonday sun, and the vast
concourse of people, filling every available inch of ground,
cdded greatly to the interest o the scene.
The blcEsIng and anointing of the lateral crosses and of
the high altar, attended with the burning of incense and
the solemn chaunt of prayers occupied nearly two hours,
so that it was after one o when tcl services of High
Mass commenced. '
Space will not enable Ws to do Justice to the merits of
the consecration mass, composed expressly for the
day by Mr. H. W. Greatorex, the organilt of the cathe-
dral. It is a werk of much originality and power, and
the choir,which was composed of the first musical talent
of the city, brought forth its many beauties in the fullest
light. The solo portions were sung by Signor Novelli,
Messrs. Reeves, Cormalt, and Greatorex, and lady ama.


teurs.
At the close of the communion service, Archbishop
Hughes ascended to the pulpit to preach the consecration
sermon. He selected for his text the 14th and 15th
verses of the 8d Chapter of let Epistle to Timothy:-
"These things write I unto thee, that thou mayest know
how thou oughtest to behave thyself In the house of God,
which is the Church of the living God, the pillar and
ground of the truth." The Archbishop divided his dis.
course under the three important heads: of the Church
its mission, and how it has accomplished it. The Church
he maintained, was anterior to the writing of the Gospel,
even as our great nation was anterior to its constitution;
for the Church was founded by Christ himself, while the
Gospel was written after his ascension by bis disciples
Its merits consequently soted onChrist alone, and could
not be tested by writings, no matter how inspired their
source. The mission of the Church, he then sought to
o b, ad ever beentof
Krove, had ever been to fulfil the obligations and
ties bequeathed to it by Its Divine founder,
which was to make his Church on earth a stepping
stone to his true Church in Heaven. This he far-
vently believed by divine grace, it had accomplished;
and he appealed to the almost universality of the faith
as a justification of the conclusion he had come to. The
ermon displayedgreat logical power and ability on the
part of the most Bev. speaker, and was listened to with
ouch interest.
With this discourse terminated the oonsecratlon core-
conies, which for gorgeousness and completeness of do-
lgn had never been excelled InA]q. plOtqW alilotil
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D1AR1TIME INTELLIGENCE.
arALsAcAC FOR NEW YOBu -ToIS DAY.
SttlINiiS-.............5 20 |x 50 I8- 1102
* St'N at...... 04.......6 40 mUWATr.......... 1058

PortS ol New Yo5-8, Ap- 15-1854.
~CLEARED.
ot .
S Steamship Jamestown, Cavendy, Richmond, &a, Ludiam
A Pleasante
k teamship Knoxville, Ludlow, Savannah, S L Mitohill.
; Steamship Jas Adger, Turner, Charleston, Spefford, TIss-
on & Co.
S Ship Tornado, Mumford, Liverpool, B A Mumford Bra.
SkiLShip Sunnyside (new), As ams, London, Dunham & Dimon.
CShip Aramingo, Carson, Havana, Chamberlain, Robinson
d & Co.
Brig Harriet, Hazelton. Jacmel, H D Brockmaa & Co.
Brig Executive, Pendleton. Sugua, Snowt Burgess.
SBrig Chantsworth Brown Para, Jas Bisops o.
S Brig Sarah, Danizels, Str ohn, BB J Plkard.
It Ser C H Buck, Coosme, Jacksonville H P Buck & Co.
S Scbr Everglade. Conner, Jpeaksonville, Wadleigh enox.
S Seehr R Bnlwinkle, Cutter, Vienna, Md, Place Watts.
Sehr Cameo, Black, E Maehias, Me. Mayhew, Talbot Co.
f Schr Arabella, Lock, Eastport, Thompson & Hunter.
Sehr Chas Robert, Ireland, Washinton, NC, S L Mitobill.
SSehr Howard, LovellBoeton, S W Lwis.
Steamer Piedmont, Robinson, Baltimore, Parker Vein
Steamship Co.
ARRIVED.
S Steamship Southerner Ewan, Charleston, with mdes and
S passengers, to Spofford, fleston & Co. April 13,12 M, ex-
changed signals with a ship hound S showin a blue ogal
with a white ball; same day, 6 Pt, let -, sa bark
"Bonapisrte.' of MRhias.i bound t. ame day. A PM 10
niles S fCpe Batetra, changes d ignl itb am ip
5 c.t-Xtlll. Ui.,. fur Sarann
Steanneip AlabaLma. Scbeick. Savanahb, April 12. with
r mde ard ,-asseBotR. lo S L Michill. -
4 ,bp Gresian ielippnr ltfsl. Liverpool 4 days. wih soal
p1(1 sacogter o Chieeibrog Silal-y At o April4,las37,
Ion :aw fhi Axudria, iro Liverpool f Baltimore,
Y withb Ibf of le ulwrko. .sala, e.
h Ship Richard CoLdt n Barell London, 52 days, with mdse
and isa passengers., to Dunham A Dimon. Experienced
' beaer weather n he passage frc, 1aS 43to lt 4, nd from
I -n 46 to lon 48 aaw alar number of immense Icebergs.
f Shjp Ju.la (Bire., Erdrenn, Antwerp. 11 days. with
a mdIee nd "O1 pa.rengtra. to Meyer & Slacben. Marcu 13.
lot 12 L.. IaI 17 alt. anoaetciod burrmese whlcb bhhoe
he Ebp oL b hr beam-.:de and filled the between decks with
Water, 14lib. -Btaed e-ral abipi wittb lasof topmLaet and
sri, Ilhb. lat II 25, I.n 19 25. ,poto Br iark Ann Esa,
tro, Gsb,,i fu.r Saoannah 16 isa c-os. 2lat. aL 4L3 J IO
3 2D 4;. seX(hbne,i iyno&.t iwith ship Deionwhire, from Apals.
S chicolIa for LiserpoOl.lln. ls I 41 7. Ion 43. saw a ship (Sop-
S sed to Ie the. "'eOprey",. bornd E; April 4, lag 00b Ion 49
1. a Flowalargeicelerde.
HuBil Sato Leerando Port), G omes, Opert-, 48days. with
tine. ti. P N Sbarlos Ce
fit i1 nid o :r ir 'B(aIPw, Rih molassa.r
s1-. fthJtoy A Co
l Brig Mechanic, Conklin, Machias, 7 days, with lumber. to
9 Mayhew, Talbot & Co.
S Sbr JamesMaeoy, Smith. Rocland 2 dy.
S ScBr Hardsocrable, Rockland, I days
a ,BELOW. -
3 Packet bship American Congress, Williams, from London
S and Portsmouth, with ddse and passengers, to Grinnell,
SMinturn &t Co.
7 Packet ship St Nicolas, Brsgdon, from Havre, March 20, -
I with mdse and passenger, to BoydA Hinken.
8 Ship Costitution, day from LiverpooL
Bark John Wesley,4 days from Havre.
D Also one ship and one bark, unknown.
D SAILED
S Steamships Knoxville, Savannah; Jas Adger, Charleston;
Jamestown, Norfolk, a.
2 Wind fresh from N. ____
[By SANNY HooK PIsrTXNO TicLiaoAPn.]
Tax HIGHnLrAN. April 1a-Sundown.
One ship and one bark outside the Bar, bound In. Ship
St Nicolas is at anchor in the Bay, bound in.
Tho esteanmship Atlantic, for Liverpool, alio three ships,
one bark, and steamer Delaware, outward bund, are at
anchor inside tee Hook.
The steamships Jamestown. Js Adger, and Augusta, have
gone to sea.
The wind is blowing a gale from the Raet.
Iemoransi,
The following Is an extract of a letter from a shipmaster
at the Chincha Islands, dated March 6th, to his owner in
Beosten:-I hope I shall not have toput back or In anywhere
till I arrive at Hampton Roads. There are five American
vessels here now, returned leaky, and I heer there are sve-
ral put into Valparaiso. I have talked the ship from cop-
per up to and around the staunheons and the dack, so the
ship is in as good order or better than when we left. Ves-
sels dry up very much at the islands, and require talking
invariably after being here a month or six weeks. Ships
coming here should have oakum and pitoh enough to oak.
S Herald Marinse orrespoimelce.
EEY WBST, April 8-The achr Kate, Skidmore, an from
Pensacola on the 28d March, with materials for For Taylor.
March 27-Arr sochres Joseph Henry, Wainwright, Bahit,
Honduras: Magnolia, Cedar Keys.
2th--SId bark Mopang, Crker, New York; expenses of
repairs while in part28.
Arr same day, hbark California, Tobey froi New Orleans
bound to New York, with 128 tieres, 252 Ihds 491 tble me-
laosses. Ban ashore on Conth Beef night of March, and
taking aid fiom the wreckers managed to get off on the 25th,
having been lighted of 250 bhble of her cargo. The wreckers
have libelled for salvage, and recovered for their services
$3143. The total expenses of this vesseLwas $4. The C
prooeeded for New York Slat.
Brig E Remington, Sawyer arr'from New York on the
28th, and id for t Mark April 1.
SOth-Sld seehr Montauk, Bethel, Matanas.
Slat-Sld shipExcelior, Smith, Philadelphia. Expenses
while in pert-Veasel $143u, cargo $8182; amount ofvalue of
damaged eago $1100.
Sohr Angelsna, Snell, lately ashore on Carysfort Reef, old
for New Orleans on the Slat. The salvage awarded the
libellanta by the Admiralt Court was $100. The total ex-
pydnes ofthis vessel were 92.
The oseebrGeo Harrison air from Philadelphia on the 2d,
bound for Mobile; putinfor a barbor.-
The schr Ophir, Booker, late a wreek at this port, old for
New York on the 3d inst. The expenses of this vessel were
as follows:-Upon the oargo there wasexpandedS62O0, upon
vessel for repairs 63 6.
The sohr Franocena. B Hooper'wee abandoned at sea, when
one day out from Attakapa,, 24h inst. She was loaded with
oegar and molasses, and bound to New York. The officers
and crew escaped on board the gahy Mohawk, and ar at this
prt on thed Int.
The sch.r Mohawk, Johnson, from Attakapas 23d alt, With
sugar ad molasses, bound to New York, arcon the tain
ditres. She has discharged her cargo and has been taken
out on the marine railway for repairs. She will be detained
sev-ral days at this port. The captain of the Franconagoes
Notbth to-night in the IsbIel.
The olbr Telegraph, Greene, was ft oar harbor to day
(4th), endeavoring to get in.
The sohr CrawfOrd, of the Coast Survey, art on the 4th, in
charge of W 0 H Berryman, USN, and procuring her mail,
sld on the 6th for Cedar Keys.,
The steamer Corwin, Lt Craven (Coast Survey), arc from
Cape Florida on the 5th. She is still in port, proviioning
and coaling, preparatory to leaving on the Ith for C(pe
Florida.
The schr Margaret Ann, Smith, having arrived on the Sd,
sld for Havana on the Oth.
The cutter Sea Drift, LItut W B Randolph, U S Revenue
Service, arr from St Marks on the 6th.
The yacht Brenda, Prussins, ald on the 6th for Tmp,
with a large amount of stores for Clark & Ferris, of tat
city. She will return ttuhla port with expedition.
Slip Glance, Taylor, from Nw Orleans bound to Liver-
pool err on the 6th in distress, having broken her rudder
head, obliging her to seek the nearest port for repairs. She
will sail on te lth for Liverpool.
Schr Telegraph, Greene, eld oin the same day for NYork.
The brig Waecisna, Powell, arc from New York on the 7th.
PHILADELPHIA, April 16 4 PM-Arr echrSarah Clark,
Clark, N London steamer Kennebec, CopeNYork.
Cld steamship Pcnnylvasnil Bamoro, Richmond: chr
Melville. McGregore, Lubec;S S Leonard, Kelly, Boston;
George Hoffman.ik o, Bath.
DI~sctrS
4g- See Correspondence.
SIeP SEA '-Nrrdr, lost on her voyage from Liverpool for
Baltimore, was a good ship of 731 tons register owned at
Bowdolhiam, Me, where shewas bultnin 151, and was
valued at about S0,000; supposed insured Eastward.
BaIO H KEL.OCH (of St George Me), Meinan, from Bar-
badoes for Coatzaooaleos river, exico, In ballast, arrived
on the coast during a northern, and the weather beint hick,
11aned the river without seeing It, January 30. Beiuguna-
ie to haul off she went share upon the breakers on Barills
Ilends, and was lost. Capt Mossman was arrested for a
breach of thi r&enue laws, in not having entered th vessel
at Vera Crut, olteeaiooes not being a port of entry. He
-woa thrown Into ricon sd all the money he hadwitb him
between W e and TOd his vessel, whioh he thinks might
have been got off, hi stores, 'A, were all taken from him,
probably towards theI payment e a heavy fne. Subsequent-
y be was released, ana returned home. The HSeUooh
w8as nd vessel of 216 tonas, 6 years old. One half was
owned New York, and was there Insured. The remainder
I 8 IB 9 St (W e a>d a. eelto 1n30ay be


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A.r 14th, hbarks Grand Turk, Traworgy MataMaS 50th all.
forBoston; Charles William, Raves Chhrleston fah ina
for do; socbrs UHannah Matilda, Rackill, and Deane, Atkln,
Philadelphia for do; Lucy Baker, I ewoomb. Tangier for do;
James Freeman, do for Portland; Rubicon, Thomas, NYork
for Camden. Sid schre Gertrude Horton,B Thompson, N
fsolmes, J Barrett, C L Beieays, Nellie S, Potoma, W
Dennis, James Fayweil, Plymouth Rock, Caroline, ai,
Isahel.
In port II A M wind N E, tarks Grnd Tork. Chab Wi
lipa si.,rs I hanah Mait.ll Deane. Lucy Baker. Jam"
'r.em s, Rut-lcon and Ellen Matilda
MaCBIASPORT-SId AprI 2. echrc Mayflower, Proctor.
and I R Joi&s Clark. NYvrL. 7tbh, Lrige cchanle. Clark.
du. se'hr imalslla Crant Baltimore
N Ei BEDrORD-Arr April 13. *hrs EsneEl B Adamn.
Baltimore ti ds. Cornelia oun, NVork Sid ShreBi.
rietta. Dakeer, Philladelpiat art 111h lLip belirbio. Sowt.
Altany Sid sabr Eli a Radman. N.
NANT.r KET-Arr April 13 ohre R B Smith. Kelley,
Alexandrisila Nr.rk
NEWDBURYPORT-Arr Aprill 12. sahr Grant Island.
( e, Philadelphia; Judge Tnnuey eoretwn. DC.
PBILADELP iIA-CId April 14. ochr W Eo .
wares. New Daver;Maryi tl. Candy. Prvidlnce: Hat-
riet & iSarah, Price. BridgseporL, Ct. lasaBlower. Allen.
'ETRfRSBURO--Cld April 10.EBrFbharkGarteraigPea.
arih Roads, with 6.500W hleaDour.
SALEM-Arr April lI, bk Baid Bin Sultan. Meooy.
Zanzibar Jan 17., St. HelenanT ab 4. CId sehr MarobaUas
rla. Small., NYork via CG`,a ter. SI- brig Water Wilea
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Mas-rleaI
On MoLdsy., March 27, by the Rev. Mosm L. budder,
WILU A J. WittAMS tO MAtRuA A"NA, daughter of James
Norioes, all of this city.
Philadelphia papers please copy.

In Baltimore, on April 9, ELA D. 0., wife of Thomas
Burton, of this city.
Maine papers please copy.
On Saturday, April 15, the wife of William Keegan
aged 84 years.
The relatives and friends are respectfull invited to
attend the funeral, from her late resident, No. 74 Mul-
berry street this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
On Saturday, April 15, of consumption, JOIN PRUAN,
aged 258years.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of his
brother-in-law, P. Cuddy, No. 283 West Twenty.sixth
street, between Ninth and Tenth tronues, this afternoon
at two o'clock.
In Brooklyn, on Saturday, April 16, MARY I, wife of
John Camblin, aged 87 years, 10 months and 26 days.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to
attend her funeral on Monday afternoon at two o'clock,
From No. 412 Hudson avenue, Brooklyn
On Saturday, April 16, WIUsM O'Cot0O, of the par-
ish of Glowntaan, county Cork, Ireland.
Thb friends nd acquaintance are reopeotfaHi nvitd
to attend his funeral, on Monday, at two o'clock P. X.
from No. 228 avenue B. His remains will be taken to
Calvary Cemetery.
On Thursday, April 13, of consumption Mrs MART
SuivtAv, wife of Michael Sullivan, and siser of Edward
Noonan, aged 22years, 11 months and 5 days.
The relatives, friends and acquaintances of the family
Share respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her
late residence, No. 10 Washington street, this afternoon
at two o'clock.
Frederick, Md., papers please copy.
On Saturday, April 15, after a short but severe illness,
Amos A. JoNKs, in the 68th year of his age.
The relatiNsca and friends of the familyand those of
his sons, Win. E. Jones and J. Sttilwell Jones, and of his
son-in-law, James P. Ludlow, also the Veterans of 1812, -
'14, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from
his late residence, 219 Sullivm street, at one o'clock this
afternoon, without further invitation.
Cn 'riday, Apeil 14, of consumption Miss MARY Mo-
CzjinoN, after a tedious illness, which se bore with en-
i.arallelcd Christian fortitude.
The friends of the family are repetfully invited to
attend her funeral this afternoon at 2 o'olock, from the
resist nee of her father on the North turnpike road, near
Calvary Cemetery. NiM. ages.
On Saturday, April 16;LiMONHONR EsOE, in the 41st
yesr of his age.
'he family and friends of the deceased are invited to
attend his funeral, at 197 Eighth avenue, this afternoon,
ait 5 o'clock. -
On Saturday, April 15, of consumption, LORKfO F.
HiBMiE.
The funeral services will take place on Monday after-
noon, at one o'clock from his late residence No 107
Forty-eighth street. His friends are respectfully invited
to attend without further invitation.
Boston papers please copy.
On Friday, April 14, AetAnmn B. AiEtAIe, aged 62
years.
Funeral this afternoon, from the Ncrth DutchChurch,
William sicret,rat12M.


sarod Ln Thbomaton There was no InPrance en (elght
money.
r Frum Ilectourd su Lvoosd Wulor, Riaq., Secretary of
Board of Underwriter:-H- .
HAVANA. Apr.il.
Captain Leavitt. of the br.g Globe. arrived att hid port
6th in the brig AdA. and rerierthae he left Niera eon
tLo 8tb of March. bound to ew York, with acarg o blde.
decr shinee sand logcood, that on the mornig of the 4th he
wine Bar the Dogo lbee on the north ide of Salt Key Bank,
blowin sgaie. ot find. and he could ot weather them.
w oblgd to It go tot anchors to present the vessel from
a.-eg on tie r icksg A few hoers after eb wae anchored,
thi.gl. increased. and the vessel diagg.d within the length
If the iesel from the took when he ot away both masta
Ihe asoiol th he bld ron Atfot the ame time he brig A4L
t,o on to iL s eBank, to the leeward Of ihe riocs and an
olored-irb-y made several attempts to et through the sef
or, Loard tie brig Ada and ai last Captain Leavit and five
seimen succeoned, leaving thrue mda and a pasanger ea
lord the Globe. During the night the gale still loreased.
ILe Ado was obliged tocat under way aod proised on the
.ya sg Sh.wasfrontrm ,'lsal hound 10 Havan. Ca0 -
taIn LearIt.ltblo te tieOWs mot have ee On the roe&
auring ithe rt.it and in a t-tl loas. asd those on bosd
mustBave perished.
The ship GeorCs Turner entering the harbor, run iate
the ship Thomas Wright, whioh. was waiting for an opporLa-
city to proceed to Matanzas. The G T was going at sbokt
eight miles the hour. Serious damage has been done to both
vessels.
BEArvrouT, W..C April 10.
The schr Samuel Bolton, Bc.dgers, In trying to gel intO
Bog e Inlet, to take a lead at Svinsbors g>)i aahore, ai
the tide proving so low has nos ye teen able to gel off. She
will be sauled off the next ring tie. vO pal
sured in Philadelphia.
Apart of the hull of the sahr Planet. ef Newbirn NO
has come upon the beac, alo 1 e eas of e Inle.
This vessel wan lost, it is sptousd an lat December.
while on her voyage from Baltimore to Nebers.
FAP'aL, MarMh2.
The bark Ithonla, LeokUe. which p n her yage
from Antwerp, in distress. han Lon admitted by the an
thorities, an means have been taken to lighten the bath
and remove the vessel farther Into tho bay.
Notlces to M ariners.
Captain Bamngartlen, of the Corcyra, hbs forwarded us
ti. Iutijoied pertieular or a bank observed I working
tirenb the Grelbhound Passage-At 830 Iasked o toI
northward. At 11.30 P. M Eaw rooks onder the ships hat-
tom eounOded bit fatboms, with the following bearing g a
nmn Irland. NNW: Hayeock, E k N. Tanked, and stood
Etc 6E. light lsid. vailaleo. The bank apfuara entansive
s ei a ,.reat.out one beer and hall running across; and
stoirhni dooth, hauled up gradually to the eastward. be-
fore ike water increased is toend thirty fathoms.tMe
botinm.--i"rsyoleSrSid Tieis
MAFT OcHANNEL.
Conc-riina thie channel., the Charleston Couriar iae:-
SCapt Iasu. Daits, o s of our rnb pletshs dois
cLanoujl , !. f,.L,, gr-.d at l.a water, And Id feI an ouer b lirs ihe tao
f the tide. Thede s.oundingsprose It to be the bht hasal
Vu hvae.csttpl Ship Bar. and in hbady NE blows it woaldbe
tapcreor t.u iha. This narneil. we leieC. isa D-rer Slli.
an's Itland than the One bknownso Mathi'sChannel. ad
(coupi'e vtry nearly If Dot etaCtly, the position of saOt
Vhieh wea rtoommeided ry Cops Bowman or the Improve-
m Et of tb. entrance offtl, l
mIiss of it. entrance er sHtl barter If our new dredge
I-bto acts With etiCieDny t I leBsheved we hall Boon bavesZ
much better paen.ago t and from tbs Bea shan thief harbor
hba ever po s'-6ed tbhis c hael hbonli be buoyed oat as
arly as possible;I' e i
WVhalemn
At Maranr tsa Bat. Jan Is. by lat, frr.s Capt Wtupper,
tJnj L..-p,. Nest. ,1ll nst states. reported V) a h i sea-
Pon Jan 1': tases Hicks, hSirnor N L. aothing bLkne lesseg
t,. rleands. Ilo the Lie Bay., Jamis Manr-. NB. I wh L
eeion v Vespf.r. NL, I ib do. Norih Star, doc. Frniddblp. 2
whbs The Oscar of Matt. Psailed rkrhomeafew days pre-ioan,
in chbarEe 0ofsIt offer TheLCiti:n, Nai. whibe off Cars *
lend at-elt JBan I, lort 3d effcer asd asoat' crew by da
section. ih Io tdol the b Losi during the 31e otoe's
watck onc dok aiter r.,-ibbling ner ofrvrythig the? coln
lay hands on, and before leainvln ripl tthee her okl oly
heaitng all the pint.s oars and Bals overboard that they
mjrLit not be porsued. The Citen IB nOW Iig itn he BFX
itib tbe nemallpox on board. a native or the Sadwiv
lrlaidB tbad died and two others were sikh bot rerovering.
aI D,.mlr.iea, 12th ult, I.-y letter, MatRpoisiLt. Smith. of
'..i,,.,n IO ip.all well
1,.5 TrliatD GIeono Jan 10. by letter from Capt Tripp, o
Its Di.mLnca. NB. Kataleen Alle. NB. ltMhfIsthis sea-
.An St Belena. March I Congres. Mendall. NB. 130 p..740
.a. Dunlarton do. 130 op. 110 v Doming&A do A ikh
rELupetih. Wetla.ors. 2 sp, 2-i) ch. toamoutl, Coldpring.
S)M p. ilr t, iirtBCoild. ston. t op.
A Flotr recOioed byL r John B KeLey. from th lt oloer
-of bark LouLir., Green. r.-f New Bedford reports her at ds
Carlos Jan 2G. with s) bbls op oil, aU woa-hadleOL tn o iO
by dsaertiso.
At Talchbuano Feb 14. Triton, Dimon, NB. 1 B)p
osiorot -April L,. tat 3947. too bhck Leander of aad
for Myntla, last from StL Helena. w6ere she rapried 1390
thile. 4An inward bound whbling bark. opposed the L, wee
neon in tLe Race, Long letons Sound. sam.e day.)
Spoken.
Snip CbimtLorao, from Havre for NOrleaa, 2th nut. off
the 't sEsteirn Island.
Slp Eniytjg.f Boston. irom Manila for London. Fab I,
off Cape oo Bp
Bark Irma Nobre. from Philadelpbi tsr St Kilts,7 das
out, March .a let -. Ion f! i.
Bark Insron, Wincbell.eU, from Mobile fr Boston. April
A, las3A0. I-ns7623.
Brti-- of N York, showing a white signal, with latter
C I it, t.upposed the Elljabet Bardner, hence for Pars,
Marsh 3. l, 3f ton .
Brig Osceola. of and for Philadelphbafrom NOrlans. Apri
5. ltt 36 I. Ion 71
S&Lr Cor.onei (Br), Benley, hense f,.r Curaooa, April 3I.lt
AP ul. lo67( ld march( i.
Forclgn Porto.
BrE s'osAAv Es-IDn port Febli, bark Dais (Da). Break-
'woldos for Boston via Monteridbo: brig Crolina, forNTork.
few days: and others reported later.
CALcrrTTA-In port Fet IL. stipsa Audntbo. Arther, Cao-
Une sRed, Tibbets. and Geoorgia, Small. for LonDoB;Oxnard.
Hinckley for do ins day or two; Csiro, Leighton: Eupha-
a.S, Smith;John Land, Bowe- Judge Ihaw Cartis an@
Qeren of Ihe Paoile Reed for oton, brks noa Higgin,
for London: Lucy L ;Bale, Lll. for Boston laeaEsaa'
SLisarn. for do I a day or two. Ann bk, bhrk Jnja
(Ham), Temme. San Fraacisco. Sid from Sanger 5th, pe
Herbert. Hamlet, and North Atlantic, CoobBeason.
Can er oas-Slid March 29, bark Mary R arasy. Lothr.
NYVrk, tcr Hannah & Atgall MO&Jilere Norfelk, Apil,.
I nr P iR C rri, Stover. Portland
Ar 2-ltb. trig Wapp-s, Coorbs. Boston.
Ctivir'ooe--arr Mareh .r, 0r RowlAnd H aern AvspAl.
well. ElUs. Adams. Georgetowo. MarcoUise.Sberman, Trin-
idad. Apilliglp Keyit;S, Howe N~orkbhigA Blanchard.
Bianoibard, Bo-ston. 2d, Jasn Aliac, Foaer. Portland;
Acrican, Haskell; Princeton Herriokband Rdeckah BHn-
.on. Pt.llbadetphla Alfred allG Colder. NYork: elr Be.
utlie Sonaw, Baltimore. SId2tih.brig r'gwarna, Broen.
Bo.ton. 3u6h bbrbB Amerari adit. Portland; April 1,
G.c-r"g.. liolnon. PLiladalptie.
FaVaL-In port March A3 bark ILhanS, Leckle. from
Antwerp for New York. in quaranino: achr Melta Poster.
for Rio Janeiro lOdo wit paasengere, will load t R J for
Boston or N York.
CoFAIrara-In port April 1, ship Ars'S Ballard for En.
rope 4 ds, bark A BStrges, Rioe. fr Tor3ddibeig Nah.
'y Plaieted, Ballard. for do d. Julia arey. tn. r
a id for do s de sehre Riehnrmnd, Watts from Baltimore.
dit uad tbthtro teacbre'giTu.
MLOiRnIt-Arr Jan 4. barb Three Brothers, Ja ,
TY.rk AUc 26. 12tb, ship Gem of the Ooean, Crosby Bot
Oct 4. tb bauk SIrs. Carlisle. NYork Sept 13 : th, Frank
J.oLtnson, Lathrop. N Tork Sept 25. Sid Jan 13. sips Lady
Franklin. SmBIL,. CalRcuttasle,1 Stachne, Sonper. Calla,.
23d Sovereign of the ase arner. London.
NssAa--Arr March 31, sBhr Rash Halsey. Tutbl, New
York.
PoNcE-Tin port Aprl 2 soalr John Hart, Smith, for New
York, igi
RiO Ja.rjRno-ln port March 2, teamahip Yankee Blade,
Randall, hence for San Franrjico. barks 6eneca for Balti.
more. eBrmitajge, one. cbr W W Fulton. do: only Am ves.
selU. SId Feb 22, burik FyiingChIlderaiBr). NOrtesno 261h,
Suwarrow, bt.no(from N 'or Monter-deo: March 1. Cov
Vo.n Onhblse Davis, N'orl, 2J a 3d, hip aephia Walker.
Wivwrll, Baltimore.
Snar.nGAE--SId Jan I18. hips Beverly, Chase, NYork.
Oneida (Dot Osardi. Cress. do
S NrGaP-osE(leeo Shangha)i-in port Fb 15, ship Pioneer,
Child. fixom San Frantoio lor Akyab, arr Ili Sid 5th.
Valparaiso. Bnrnett. Calcntia; Horabnrg. Puller. Batavia.
Sitp Witch of the Wavre, Miller, arrFb 10 from San Fran.
c arco and proceeded sameday for laleitta
S BELBia-ArrMarch 3, bark Aytlnr Pickering. Emmer-
to. ZnziLarrand ald same day rsr Salem.
Sr Joars. PR-ln port Maccn 2. brig Wm H Stewart.
MiKee. from Baltimore.
Sr JAGO-Arr March 23 ahr Louisiana. A&me, Moblt.
SAGUA-Arn March 29, brig J Measu, Herrick, Philadel-
phia.
Tx.-rvAr.-Arr March 30 ship Bound. Spicer, NTorkI
brigs Malvorn, Jarman. Philadelphia Martba Roger.
Boardman. Martlnilqe. SId 21st.I-rk Archimedes ttoh
ell, Cueas trvliouoly reported for HBmnbrg direeLi; 28th,
brigs Quaen Eaithir. P.ndleton, and S G Bas. Crosby. New
York.
Home Porte.
BOSTON-Arr April 14, steamer Locuet Polit, Lavfsli.
Baltimore; ships Dirige, Cooper, Liverpoel 12th Bi, ha
28 passengers, South America, Crowel, Cadi 4th aIt;
Pyramid. Henderson. Liverpool 16th alt: barks Nevada.
PolloysCobtaottliople r-i Smyrna Fab 11 lo PIUlabo?,
rays&2d nit: Lady Franklin Brc. Holmes Cadir 14&h aI
WapleU Brci, Niekerjos. Glag-jw Jan 1 vie Qossnatown
lIUth alt, Tom Coraln. Caster. ('teafoe2OtMi jil. Aqeia,
Ncwell. Nan Orleans. Clare C Sell ColeM lIe C
Croeby Pblal.ldptla, Elk. Hammond. Piliadolpheater.
L P neow, Ataoud. Mevelna Marc' 3. Nova brigs
(Nrspolitan), Csatsillmare, Bay of Naples: Eagle. Rube.
Gci vsis Naesau, NP (where she pi i for repairs);
Mercy S COtsins (it NVork). Park.HaiasSb stalln
sohrs Greeisn, Riebardnso, Jaoksonvlle 25th nIt Tonch,
SiBm.Siilmlnggto NC:Abb ON
Palestine. Richardson, Norfolk, '.eader. Rlchardn, Nor-
ftilk. Violor. Baker. Baltlmoro. Astares Candy, and J L
Lancesror. tlitee. Phlladrlphla Sties WrIght, Seaman
Roedeul. G L Lowell, NVork-El Dorado oakley, ad
n, ratil, ,'iss Addiran. far NYerk SIgnal for a Br hark
snda I.rig CId ship OGIBtIa, Insw clipper, 11l tans) Bar-
ter Ssn Fraecelco; -ark Drone Thampass Matauas;
trig Washingt,,n. Anderson, do to load or 'oka: sohn
F L Joncs, Gregory, Mobile. Jo E Patton. Nlckecsaa
Jarkioc.nille. Oregon. Chave, Wilmington NC. Ella. Niog-
eton. Wilm'ngton. Del. BE Smith. Smith. Philadelphia-
ftirlip. Chaes. NV\irk: Kosreth. Churehili, de. Sld
oscaiCer dania
BELFASr-SId April 7. sebr Mora Shnts, Wilmigts.
NC.
CASTINE-Arr April 7, sohe Mary H PIerce, Smith, Sa-
vannah.
ELIZABETH CITY, NO-A-rrpMT to Aprilp11. scheC
Casey, Saunders, W Indies. Sid aebra CanEhctgkans ail
Julia Ann, Summons, do.
EASTPORT-Anr April 7, Mari H Case, Hanringles.
and Z A Patne, Saddler, NYork- 0 ye, Hunt, do-8thRoillB
and Ready, Coombs, Philadelplii far Calals. S'dI7th, bg
Hannah Baloh, Pike N~ rk
FREDBRICKSBURG-Cld prey toApril8, ehr Red Ra-
ver, Baeon, Boston.
HOLMES'S HOLE_ April 12 P H-Arc schr X. J MenSell.
Daggett, NYerk fec Bosten.
Arnn 1th, brig AbbyThaxter, Steele N~ soen for Boatoa
(ar Pertland): shre warren Grant, NTork far do. Niger
Harding C(bilmark for do; Snbeam, Meddoeks, Portland
for Tangier; Silas Parker, CoinNantaiket for NLandon.
Gertrude, Herten, PendletnlYork for Belfast Riles
MatildWell'l Niork for Calain: H Thempess lllttts
Beaten for Philadelpdla; N Holmes, Godfrey: J WIltam-
son, Jr, Winamore: J Barrath, Cobb ad Ann Kltes Cake,
Soy. do for do; C L Bayles, Thempson, do for Brookhlvn;
Nellie D, Stndans, do for City Point; Potoman Ketabas;
and W H Dennis, Dewilt, do for Cergern DC James
Farewell, --, Rockland for do: Ptymouth Rock, Lasy,
Boston for NYork; Caroline, Eaten Siaehtaetfo do: Isabel.
Kenney, Salem for Nasoemond. Sid brig Abby Thaxtey-
Bethrs bliss Parker, E J Muocell, Warren, Sunbeam, aai