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I NEW YORK 11 'IIALD. J 'ri, iorl,, Tl?Uf?d?y, June 1(1, IHVi. Herald Bulletin of Kcwi, T'ii) llanUl bulletin of Ntttvt ; kept at the north-w i nrji-r 11! Fulton atvl Nauuu ?treit?. On the arrival oi tl i,'.r>ri:iu-j 1:1 . I = , h- ? o' lock, K. M. I al o ' ; ?.:uinc at loino'jl- ck, P. M., thi. lr ? .httelli I. ' a ail triiof the wort I, may be four 1 on tlo H ' Bullet ti B url, ut this earner. Let . ? o?v vnyfirir ; f.lrciJ. XI irUunimita of all kitvN t*k n at the ollicu. 51. n?l?! Gtnrral I'rliitlnsr OUi' The General Printing Office, eaeubl.' ui <!oii??r all sortr ol printing, sncli as book.*, |>;ioi|>Uh i- .'lie, t nr.' of all i-.serf (loot, I" no'v open ut the ll-r"!f B . hug*, entrant e from Nassau street? .looeph fctlliutt, Printer. Tub fi ~.g.vi i ;? ?A * cond edition of the tri.il of Col. .Mt:\ti > : Edwards, will bu put to pre? to-day, i toentble us to supply the craving void in the public mind, Wc have already '\? tied fifty iho ''Hi / >/"''? of this extraordinary trial, and probably n* in iay more will be wanted. It is the best r? i.r extant? and the cheapest bro !:wr ever pub? lished. Is'eciotiatiws with England.?Our account it vV.t :.n \ a are highly favorable. Every event seem to con pire in assuring ns that the ne .tioa b tween L,r,rd A-hburton and our governin" :t will have a peaceable and honorable termination. Within tlv last few days, the commissioners and ? of the several States interested, have arrived at Wa h' .-{ton, and -ire now consulting tl Government during the progress of the negotiation Th" e eo-.iimi -ionera h ive full powers from tin i: ever-.il r1: >t r- to agre to a new't :itv on honorable prin i;.le -. The following is a l'-t o| their names:? 'il istfich trt/.t. 'I line. AAV) l.mvreneu, K iwar.t K ivauagh. J .mi Mills. W. P. Preble, Charles Allen, E.lwanl Kent, John Otis. In addition to tlie ie, there nlso on the ground the In i! i;- of Maine and New Brunswick. Every effort will therefore lie made to bring the Boundary , . tiori to i e|imi-. But there are difficulties in th way, !i yond the teach of the negotiators. !t i; not known exactly what are the terms ol , in -but it i i generally supposed that it wiil lv -ttle 1 on Fusiv principle of equity?dividing or < minuting th 1 territory, cither in money or land. !' > i'-'v th free navigation of the Mississippi on the part of Ka ha: 1, and of the St. Lawrence and tht J' has on tlic part of the I'ntted States, may be n? (if the points of discussion and arrangement. Th Car>!ia1 end Creole aftairu c mnot involve any tf.Tieulty?n ither c in the. right ol search, us develop--J in the Quadruple Treaty to :,iy press the African slave trade. This e< untry can never become parties to any Europ an arrangement, lor the snppre. ?ion of that cruel traflic?what is to be done, will be done on her own account. Yet after all, an I in spite of the favorable nppearane th re may be a difficulty in Congress. The < u vcrninertt. Lord Ashburton, th State Commi* si icr i may -.11 agree, but if the factions in Congress are jeai .aj of the popularity to the President, grow out i 1 tli ne:*> >ci itintv, they may get up a plot to ii'i! o i t'v < i >tatn ?i it tiv negotiation? .'ikI throw < very thing '.'"for.- the winds. Two third, of the Senate are required to approve the treaty? ami a majority of the Mouse to vote the appropriati >i' for cnrr ing it into elfert. We nre, therefore, not yet out of the woods? although it will not lay at the door of the American or British negociators. Vi.ANTI- ' IT \M NlVi; rsoN?Nn\v VoUii AN' Lost >n ?T:i - < I real "Western, steamer, which sail lo-.l iy for Liverpool or Bristol, his already engaged over one hun !: d > i .-engerr ? utd the Co. lumM ste mvr, of the Cmiard line, which si.iUfroni 1) ? ton, probably will take only foityor fifty, ifs<> many. The last Boston f tenmerB went nut one tinrd i ii!?'vhile the steamers Hnd packets front thi port are absolutely crowded with passengers from all p iris of the country. . .wis t'.ii ? what is the rear >n 1 It ri1 :i"ia d!; from the locality of the port ofarr. ! tn 1 departure on both side-.ot the Atlantic N'cw York and Liverpool are the only centrul port, of b mi continents. Bristol in England, and Bosto: in ill * 1 ii'- ! States, are l-oth out of the great line of t: i el. If the Canard steamers were to com h?re, in ,tearl of Boston, they would sail full every time. They have been obliged to reduce the pasage to .si'.1."?the -ame us that of the Western?bu to the most of their passengers, the additional ex pen-1 to Boston .still makes a sum equal to $150. which muybe saved by sailing from N< w York. All these singular results are produced by inseparable causes?natural nnd .artificid. In England. Bristol never :n contend with Liverpool?nor eai Boston contend with New York us the great centra point on this continent. In a few months, th< French lino of steamers will be expected at this port, nnd then will commence a new tra .le and a new movement in favor of Xew York. The Belgiai government are already in the field?and if success ful, they will add another to the Queen. Tin French government have every means to create ar i mni'-nap litw. nf HlenmPM .01. i web.ive no (lillt.' they will exert nil their energy?to rival the English. Another thing?We should not be surprised to tint) tint th? West India steamers should he taken of that line m J put noon the .New York route. Thej would m :v: more money, and be equally effective, if they did. In th" me intime, Vtlnntte steam navigation is in a state L>f experiment. Many changes will yet uik< p! ic before it settles down int?> its natural ano r>i . e(l' ve ehann d. Till this be done, the sail. i:?S packets will make a mushing business?hut Uo-'ton can never ntak the Canard line thrive that's flat. Con u:i vst >var. Hrs,xi>- ?'i . .si-?vs axn Vr., t >es FM ixritD.?Th < .'-'at of public aflutr- in Congress is very i in using. The new Exchequer scheme,to establish a national currency, ii entirely laid aside?none can pass? bank or exchequer. The N ivy and Army are to be i it down, because the Pr sideut's name is"C .ptaii Tyler" and he must be " headed oil." The Taritl -.ii 1 I) i.?n Hill in l?nfnri? fnnfrpM in four rlif. f r it slup <?hikI many different form.? mi.1 inert .< every probability that if the Tariff and Distribution : n u-ipl ,\s be united in tlic same bill, the President .<*?'/ j'ut hit veto on it at onrt. The action c i Congr"^ very uncertain?and the result of the '. wn :i 111 re nutter of chance,to he brought abort by the , fferveseence of four or live factions in Congo . ill lectioneriny tor dilf- -nt candidates for th< next Pi u lency?and till opposed to the present reap 'cubic', and moderate dynasty. We oxpeet . teat excitement and confusion towards the close of the -esreon. I kx vs ami Mexico.?According to the last autlienti" account# tr?> n tl> r pir'.s (>l the earth, it would s vn tha* a \\ r i- i evituble between Texas and Mexico. lYesident Houston of Texas has called the Conxr j# together tor tli 27tli of June .and the intention ij toor^nii/.c an inv.tsion ot Mexico at o we ami t? muitn upju hi ,t cou , ; bur ny iw en-ciny winter an I sprinAire id about twothou-md armec entrants for Texas have left the different largi cities of the south, and probably #20,0t>0 have beei. c lutm it" J 11 aid the cause of the war. A great opposition, however, is exp-'cted to be mil to the declaration of w ir, in the new C n ur M i iv IYxian of considerable influence am. re u > -i- moveem-nt?%'ith wh it mic cesi we xnoar not. Nothing further can be knowi, 11i ,:i 'I : 'v.*! their view*. v s,ur '' .5ai \Vi. .? Phi ?team piekr will rut t iU afternoon 11! iwo o'clock. Her letfe; bi|i #ili clow at Oiii'n* >t on" o'clock. Srits: >.<o\v.?iaow 1-u to the depth ol tw< mc i s :? One; 11 a 11 ilerkim r counties, N. Y , oil >>. tr li' la-t Ic*. too, form-.I to ccruiiaratle a.cxne?i. Fasiiionuit. Inteixiufn ?Tin* fashionable ^ lason i~ .--eiting in, ami a var. 'y ol movements are i! pn-.:! ( . V'a>; number* of Americana are preparing to go to hiurope?to visit the watering places on li" Continent, and i-j>en<l the next winter in l'ati plan of the Molts, the Moultons, the Thome-, ami in ny other fashionable families, is widening :s ctr. Tit11 e distinguished persons: ol the -vex V' : \av.t. >n go ami live a few years in !' rh, | whera livire; is cheaper nd more eh gnnt than here, j irn nil the sitroir rivrc and tournure of the ^ay I ; .ml of Kiir?i|)j. Tii'.*y come back to New-York i i t'ik" their rank accordingly. Severn' faniilie; -,r- *">ing ont the pr - ^ nt season?n 1 a irticnlvi! in the Great Wei-: :rn, who h d-i i: h'< 'i rial; in w do, taste, 1) autv, fu.-hion, and lit f 11 i. It i* also aui 1 that one of the ino-t di-tin1 died' " ?of X w.York, a millionaire and a benute, i- to married in Paris to n I-Vnch t'onnt ? We don't like this. These foreign matches alwayr. remind us of the unhappy Scam family of Ho-ton i M irry at home for true iiuppine *. The two sr. < it English financiers?Mr. Homely Palmer and Mr. Ricurdo arc still in this city at the Carlton lions'*. Th *y f-ciu to b? doing very little busine- -?looking u! >ut them with' great 'jumch.:lanct. Lord I lay, the commander of the Wanpite is ?l..u erni in : about, waiting for Lord Ashburlon. He is h " oniiuff quite u lion. ! ,< 1 Morpeih at the la:-t accounts was at Cincinnati. lie i s now probably going out to Nauvoo, to Joe Smith?the modern Mecca and the mod rn M thoui 'l, who has his paradise on cniih,in ti 1 ilife, ! on the lowly banks of the upper Mis.- , --ippi. Lord Mor|>eth generally drives the singes himself?and It as become it prodigiously popular ntan with nil good horses and democrats, lie cures little tor the ladies. Bo/ i t c int?and all is silent. Since he left these shores, not word has been said about him. It is said his h rafiiov in the UnitedStates will create a revolution. He in i?t have laughed terribly about tie in. utii o! 1 ecemher last. His efforts and speeches in this country in favor of an international copyright have been entirely fruitless. No such treaty or law ever can h" successful. Cheap literature is 011 the increase?and the republication of all the new popular works of England is falling into a new :t of hands?the conductors of popular new apnpeis, who execute the thing with gtent rapidity and elegance. In addition to the e fashionables, we have to add a very important moveinent(of the western haul ton. Thirty fine fat Buffaloes an d one Elk. from the Ilocky Mountains, have embarked in one of the packets, bags and baggage, for England,to improve the breed of cattle in that region of the earth. They are very much distinguish -d for their sagacity, good sense, and fit buttocks. Tln-y travelled on foot from the west, and took lodgings each night on the coitiuiom tind roadside. They arc extremely polite and sensible?evidently showing better.brceding than many Irotn the Atlantic States. We understand tilro that Dr. C. of Baltimore, has sent a pair of terrapins to Charles Boz Dickens, by one of the packets, to naturalize that exquisite .-hell-fish in England- Mr. Skinner, the present astistant Postmaster General ' in Washington, long time ngo sent ?pair to LaGrange ill Franco, where thcynn- nmliiplyincj rapidly, and will soon produce a revolution in the French kitchens. The terrapins rent to Iloz were selected by the joint effort ot' the Doctor and Mis Excellency Kit Hughes, minister to the Hague. Tiikatricai. IvrEt.urjKxoE.?Theatrical affairs at this time are partly pro -p nous? partly revolutionary ?partly going up?partly going down. In this city we have three theatres in full blast? the Park, Chatham, nnd Bowery?one shut up f?n the .season?the Olympic ; anu the Arabian Theatrical Garden ; of Napoleon Niblo in full tide. Tli Park and Chatham are the only euccer-ful houses, and the former i; entirely indebted to Fanny Klsslei for its present success. A new theatre, by the friend.; of Charlotte Ctt-h man, is to be built near the Tabernacle on the ridgt of Broadway. The ground is secured, and the suberiptions filling up. The Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore theatres are doing a vefy small business?just enough to keei body and soul together. In Boston,business is so bad that the players have to tight among themselves to keep things moving. The movements of theatrical personages are no; many. Fanny ENsler is in the midst of her " fare well engagement'" at the Park. She will close it next week?give a few generous benefits for certain excellent charities, and then leave this countryfor court and all in the Caledonia,Boston strainer,on the Kith July. She willc irry with her nearly.$ 100,000 in cash, partly invested in state stock, and 1(H),(HX) regrets among her admirers. All this has been ac complished in two years and two months, in th< ri< hsoilsof die " Two Americas," comprehending a?iI" bi v nr MM-pn 1:irfiri? nf nanvlv fu-t millions aggregate inhabitants. In France or England she would not have made such a fortune ii ten year*. She will pa?s through Ho ton, p it tin last touch to the Hunker Hill monument, 220 leet up to heaven, and then sail for Liverpool, London, Am sterdam, Hamburgh, and Vienna, to see her ngei. lather and mother. She irill never return to Paris She will visit Italy and Russia, and then pass up t< Constantinople, touch tit Jerusalem?go a pilgrim g to Mecca,?run up the Nile to Luxor, mount tin Pvramids on her return?and p -reliance come hack to this country, and buy u villa on Long Island or un the Hudson River. Such are her views, as plainh indicated by her Iv-aiitiful dancing. The wonderful John llraham, his son Charles, tnd his tine family were at Ilarrisburgh at the las: icc ants, on their way to the West. They are pro :iably at this time at Pittsburgh or Cincinnati. Tin "kler Brabant astonishes still, and the younger i coming up a fine singer. Th ir career in this eoun'ry lias b en quite prosperou . It is probable, thai next winter, they will visit the West Indies. Mrs. Sutton and Signor Nugel are giving ven wipular musical entertainments in the west. Tli"\ were at Louisville, Kv., nt tlie la t accounts and were prodigiously applaud) d?am! had large houses Fuey return to New Y< rk a the fall?passing through Ohio?I'pper and Lower Canada?Saratog, and such point - on the same line. Hackett was at Montr .'.! a few weeks ago. The Segui-i /recyv and a number of first and weona ran- vooansis arc in tin* city, apparent!* biting their linger-and sucking their tlmnibfi. iicinrich, the ' iiiliiiM-'siie cotnpo r, who appr into be always in a happy state of must 'at galvanism, rives an original oratorio called the " Pilgrims ol Vmt rica," to-nighl at the Taber.iuele. Sr/nor dc 11' ,'nis, Signor licrwig, Horn, and a variety ofmusical characters, mix in the scene. Pakk Theatre?First Night or tin: Pri:v e am> Fairy.?This will do. The theatre was crowded villi bounty and fusliii n lust night to see the ru n b illit of the Prince and ilie Fairy. This exquisite piec* went oil with tremendom !'it from beginning to end. It is light, cleg nit.anc Inv-t suhiinic in some ot tli" movements. So en m 'ur- il wore the ainiicr.ee that they could not rtin their wreaths and bouquets till the close, bu bey showered tliera down on the fairy as sb" wcw ireugh her dances. The whi ballet was a perfect tijim nil! tin ' h 1 er ;u.n I fo sh triumphs. On Friday jit wi "C ("'ilorincd a -"vond tunc. Nr o ? Iucw pantomime on .Monday even 9 ?vm? imivio witn loud approftation. ua brie! exerted him If immensely?it was a wonrhti'al perfonmineo. The puree vs. originally arrange o display hi?lit Vv muscular power, an he fatigue so (treat ih.it it can only he given evei itlur eveninf. It >t repeated to-night, with 'iettclt Vnndevilie by the iiule folks, and Jaleo th Mere# by Mia> Well#. Te.xa# MkxiCv ? Two aoga looking at end . ther?all snxri, no bite V.ViKi:!No Pijm k .?The um.i -r of watering lacea now open (or the reo ption of company throughout the Atlantic Stat ><< alone, i? very neton. lung. Let ua give a meagre li t. arat ra?IT. S. Hotel?guv, capital, fir-t rate. Congress 11.11?line, good, next he-1. Union Hotel?piou*. ijuiet. In t rate. Bal.-ton Spa?; ,ns Somci?< iui t, gav, [ton good. :ir ran ;n:.Pavilioti?*\ mountniin is, 1" li>li (J. beautiful, gay, every thing. C'lt -till Mountain?Mount; ell .a ?TTraciuT.heattiful. near heaven, extutie. New Brighton, Stat a 11!-Pavilion?c' " ; grntnl. J> . ,. I. ... I 1 T* r Mono-) Bath, L I ?ij.itli Hou ? xcellcat. Coney Island? o.veral houses?pretty fair. Lo-iy Branch?Ocean Hons"?So so-so-so. Schoolv's Mount tin?Mansion 1 lou-e?(V>it d. Stoninston?Pavilion by Black?This is th: 1110 splendid house in the country. Ni ':;ara Kails?Several IlotHca?tubliinc. The?- are ti few of the fashionable wiiteriin; |>' .c Tit" mo.-t of them have reduced iheir prices to the specie basi?ant! some of tlieni are ulready filling up fast. Saratoga is in full blast. New Brighton lets already sevt ral families. The lien. Daniel V.'< le-ter and Ins family rusticate there, at the Pavil'.ien, immediately ai": r th" ne^ociation with England slisd! have been completed. The Hotel nt StoninyloD, under th" management of Mr. Blake, formerly of Boek away, is said to he tin unrivalled place. L. FiTzuKit.u.n Tasistuo's Lecti'ck- o\ tiik Passions.?Tut i.-tro gives his second lectine tonight at the New York Society Lihrury. Snhyct? jc.ii?!]=--. nitron ana '.eveng < , witn 1111 iranvr rccir it ions from Hamlet, Othello, tcc.icc. To: tro, or " Te.toes" as lv- is sometim-s called, pr > ? ib!y because- he i an Irl-hman, ought to be a o ij'ital lecturer on the pulsions, lie has experienced tinwhole series?and will soon join the Fouri< rites. Good?go ahead?but don't go to the devil till next week. The Ckoton Water?ThcCroton water is to be let into the Grand Keservoir next Monday. In coining down l'rorn the ri\or, through tlie aqueduct, the water ronlv burst n few pipes. How long will claps.- before it is fit jo drink ! Mn.rr.ihy Movements.?The "Courier" and the "American" are at issue on General Cass nnd the 1! iaht of Search. All this has a meaning. The most formidable opponent to General Scott for the reversion of the Pro si lencv, is General Cass, who is a a more popular man, and of more general talent.? Mark the buds in these days. The Irish Harper's Concert.?This event takes place on the 21st. All the musical talent of the day s engaged. City Intelligence. A Crow in Trouble.?Crow, the celebrated mock auctioneer, of 105 ^outh street, between 13eekman and Peck slip, was nearly rode upon a rail on Tuesday, owing to the manner in which in- ob mined $52 from Air. hid ward Moore, of Marl!; >ro\ .Mass., who wis duped in the usual Peter Punk style. The neighbors in the vicinity took part against him, and he succeeded in escaping from tin- mob with much difficulty. The^windows of his den were broken, and the premises otherwise injured. The place was closed yesterday, nnd police officer were on the search for him, but without effect. Charged With Rrnot.ary.? V boy named Henry Combs, was erre-ted yesterday, charged witli breaking into the house of Panicl Mosher,10J Lewi : et, in i!ie day time, and stealing therefrom a pocket ] i.-"toi and several utticlcs of clothing, valued '11 about 8-f The boy stated that he h id pre. io.t. ly lived withMr. Mo.-her, and had entered th" house, ?nppo?ing that h lndu perfect right to the article, as they bel eigcd to him. lie was fully committed. Paver Tip. vk< ?Two petty thieves name I Henry Quidore and William Kerr, were nrrcste! tied committed ycterd.iy, charged by Robert Wa'-h, o< 15 Fulton street, with stealing two and u .pirirtcr quires u printing paper from his premises, to Fulton street. A portion of the paper was lound on the premiers ot John S. Craft, t'l Catherine street, where it had been sold by one of the prisoner!. The remaining portion was found with, the oth 'r prisoner. Vice t'hii!-.' vjlov'a t nurt. Before Vice Chancellor M'Coun. Jp.vn 15.?lJr: i-?n ? lVi!t> '/n 11'. Holly uml irifc, vs. John (Sorer ?This was tn application in relation to the estate of John J. Clover, deceased, from which the mm of 8655,600 26 bus already been realized bv tie executors, and the income for several years alter his death, was from tq>25,000 to 8"28,'MK) per annum. Glover died, we believe, in 1.825, leaving his sons. John Glover and 8amuel Glover, his executors lie had a large family, of which Mrs. ilollcv, Mrs C C Cumbreling, Mrs M. K_stburn, Mrs. T.'. Si ley, Mrs Ludlow an 1 Mrs. Kd wards, formed n portion. Tn July, 181), the estate being -till unsettled, the subject w. referre 1 by the Vice | lianeellof, with the consent of parties, ton master in chancery (Mr. C- W. Moore). The executors were directed to pass over all tlie bond', mortgages, or any other property belonging to the < state in thpir hands, to Mr. Thomas Glover, who was to make it report to t!rl master as to the situation ef the estate, the sums owing by it, and the ouNtantling assets? also that he make a statement of the allotments to the heirs, &c., and that the matter he passed upon bv the master. This task was performed, and Mr. Thus. Glover claimed that it should he final, averring that the master was bound to receive it, power being given similar to that of a board of arbitrators, exceptions were made to tlie report, the p! u at iff* denying that it should be considered in the light of an award. The master allowed the report of allotment to be fin il, and the subject is now brought to this Court for it3 vie ws on that point. Tip- Vice Chancellor, in giving his decision, stated that lim order of '39 did not confer power to make i fntul award, but that the account should be submitted to the master and finally h present 1 for approval to this court. Still the recount and the allotment should be looked upon inla act ot an uillhorii-ed agent. und. nrim.t facie, be oiiudered correct. The parties inter .-stcd can have liberty to file olyction- to such , irts us maybe considered othcrwi - , and the muster proee 'd to examine witness's and pa- > upon the particular objections, but the report and allotment canrot be set iside en masse. The burthen of proof must be thrown upon those miking the exception. With this vi 'v of the case the sub ect was reft red buck to the Master for turtle r action. By the terms of the will, tic d lusrh'ers of Mr. Glover, who had attained th" n:\e of 21, were to be paid s'tkhlti each, and the other dan tliters sin i'. ir sum, us they arrived at that .u-te. Kliz :h Glover died in IS.V2. and her-dure el tlv on- !. ,i for in the will in a c re of death, w ..-to ! divided rinv <ng tiie ":lirr heirs. Two of the d uehters (Sarah in 1 Al irtli i( nowfore.-i at a p tition to tie- Vice Chancellor, stating their belief that the estate, will not be settled for - veral years, and asking that the portions allotted to them us benir still due, i imu!d be 'aid?Sarah in th i n "fS'l.Tv, ,nd eiarth i .$'6,200. The Vice Clian udlor stated that it was not usual to make unorder for the payment of money unless by consent of all the part '-s. or on t m bn iles'i beinrt finally settled by a ma ter, lie hontjht that a meat deal of delay niis'ht be ; rerouted, itn 1 the affairs of the estate soon brou i'tt to a e!o? >, if proper diligence were exercised. He did net think it worth while, therefore, to make the order. The raver ol the petitioners i; denied, for the present, but the court, it it sees lit, mav eiileruin the application h ereaftor. I 'ire .ill Court Before .liidje Kent. Jfvn 15?In run mat run or rur Aiin.u ationof D -\v 1 >.Wu,m msnn vs.At.rKrm A.Smith?Opiymi ?Tothist important application.it ha." been impossible or m-tofriv any attention, since the elosinc of nreumcnton the night of the sixth .Time, until yesterday, front i nee-sunt orrnpation in the Oyer and Terminer. The urea ion was too grave, und tb nrgtiinen'sni t!ipConn-e| in enl" " nog and re-istine the implications, too able and elaborate, to admit of harried examination. An application i made to theCircuit .Tilth -,' uder the provision^ of the Kevised Statutes, ?iir- tine ''proceedings to conip-l the drliv rv of Hook: and aper" by public oili'-ers to their "iiccessors,*'to ommit to i?ri"on Alfred A. Smith for withholding the hook" end papers 11 pertaining to the office of oin 'rollerot th" .city ot New York from I'ouw If Williamson, claiming to he his successor in office. [Judge Kent then dcscrib-s th- various uapers, -neh as tlie commission of Mr. Williamson, titeoertificate of notice to Mr. Smith. Arc. which had hem placed before him.] In resi ling the application, it h conceded on the . irt of Mr. Smith that he does witnhold tin books aid ; dp< rs. lint he rjeni.'s that he has hem, r-moved front effi -denies that Willi mson has been njv. m. d, .'Hid pluee hi" light" in Oppos Hon en the imegrounds, vin h appeared befor" the upreme '<>art in the late argument tor the mandamus, as re!! a ' on other grounds, wliich I will notiee tm' >w. >'ofar as the Supreme Court has passed upon the i ita rai-' i in the argument before .hp, 1 reguri w matter < > ret julieuta. That the decision ol ii> ri" me Court is to be carried to the Court fo* he Correction n( Krrors, will receive attention in r ib.seqnent part of these remarks, when 1 en noun pi i lie mode in which process shall b? issued, but tin i: ht and the law of the case are settled forme. The Supreme Court has decided that the nine A1 lernien and A -ta.il Aldetrneii who h ive acied ii his mattci "cO' -titntc legal Boards for tlietrarisac lion of but inc anil that the Clerks respectively i m, r '<>d for each br .ich of the Common Counci were dulv appointed Beyond this decision 1 cannot The Supreme Court is the great common law tril.'un: lit the State?the gi it controlling power it; il adiudication- arc received a: ilia law of the land we -hull he wiiliout law and he thrown in utter imirehv i.tid confusion. And, while such isth" view, with which 1 think the whole community shall re . aril the thipreni"Court, in re especially do 1 con?i! -r it required of the Circuit Judge, who in a subordinate officer, of all others the most omen .hie to itauthority, and the in > t hound to obey and execute its decisions. What is an oflicc 1 It is defined to he a right to exerci -o a puhlic function or employment in which the peopl" have an intere. t. It there were any rah or principle which restricted this general definition, .s applicable to the provisions of the Revised Statutes, J lind special directions in those laws which eem unequivocally to declare the Comptroller to be m ofTieer within inrir meaning. The provisions, therefore, on which this application is founded, do, in my opinion, embrace the oflioe of ('ompt roller of the city of New York. 2 !. Hut it was argued, with great force, that those enactments for compelling the delivery of hook.: anil /fijirrs are not applicable to the present caai", wlvn it ippenrs, as was contended, that Mr. Smith is the ofle er dc far to, while Mr. Williamson is, at most, only the officer dejure. In on -eon-traction of the statute, I agree with the Counsel for the respondent. The Statute compels only the delivery of " bookt anil f. The words occur very frequently in t!i >i ; sections of Article 5th. but never with anv n lo'ilion or variations of phraseology, which aufhi the compulsory delivery of any thing but " i . rnul paper*.'" 1 ngree moreover witii the conn-el on both sides that the Circuit Judge wns never intended by thi> M uute t<> be invested with

the power of trying (lie title to oirice. The old and w 11 known proceedings by ffao warranto and .Mandamus, the peculiar ami appropriate modes of determine the right to office, are recognized, preserved and regulated by the Statutes, and it is by the regular tribunals of general jurisdiction that the processes under these writs are to be conducted. l&With the right to try title, then,I am not invested, and must look, as I do on this application, to the Ivima Facie title only. This is conceded, and indeed it was also conceded !>v the Counsei*thut 1 can not compel the delivery of anv public property, otliet than hooks and papers?nor the insignia of office like the real?aor the office itself, meaning now hv the term the " local habitation" of the removed officer, which is frequently appointed by law. These deficiencies may he undesigned, but are apparent, and irremediable defects in the statute ; and hence, I was struck on the argument by the force of the rein irk, that while his papers may be delivered, the public rooms occupied by Mr Smith, ran not be delivered over in possession to Mr. Williamson ; nor can any application be made to the Circuit Judge affecting those subordinate officers of the Common Council?such as watchmen forexatnple?who hold property of the Corporation indeed, but not "books or papers. 1 cannot compel the Treasurer of the city to deliver over money. The process pointed out hv the statute is not an ejectment, nor a writ of replevin to take property, but strictly limited t< the objects,designated. The absence pf further powers may he regretted, but they are certainly absurd. But in the most important point I do not agree with the counsel of the respondent: or rather in tie case before nv I consider, under the decision of the Supreme Court, Mr. Williamson as the officer eh facto. And it appears tome to be the case,coming within the 651h section, providing "whenever any person shall he removed from office. he shall on demand deliver ovorto his successor all the books and p li ers in his custody as such officer." Who the officer de jure is I have not the light to inquire. J look only to the o -t-nsible title. 1 regard the statute us a remedial statute?not restricted, as counsel contend, to the case, when u !>"i~uri li vvinj? fullv entered into hisoffice?even the lo adity provided for the transaction of his business ?linds name or nil of his papers or books taken .1 way by his predecessor. The statute makes a more general application of its provisions. I can lot i r strict the article, which is prefixed in the statute with the tit'.i?"prorcr inert to compel the delivery ot books or prjKrs by Padw Ot/irnt to their tucrrgtt / s " I'nrler sm h considerations, n warrant must be crauted, uli-ra prelimin try inquiry shall be had before nt'. 'I'lie necessity of which was conceded by the counsel, who opened the argument for the claim ant, and in fixing a day for this inanirv 1 have endeavored to adapt the performance ot duty to the existing circumstances of the case. The Statute, in directing a warrant for commitment to prison, does not clearly point out the mode of discharge of the prisoner; end to obviate what might be a strious evil, it was admitted that the warrant shall designate the hooks and pnpers which ire withheld, and shall be delivered. The petition before me is entirely indefinite, and it is suggested by the counsel for the claimant that the parties shall attend before me, and an enquiry be had of what books und papers delivery shall be compelled. In fixing this day, I have considered the fart that the Siiprrme Court has by order stayed the proceedinys on the Mandamus, and the case on the Mandamus will now probably lie nrgued within n few days before the Court for the Correction of l.rrors. 1 appoint the day for this enquiry a fortnight hence, by which day we may hotie (or the derision of the Court of Aiyeal. If if affirms the decision of the Sup'-me Court, the warr ?nt will then enfore immediate obedience to its decision ; while if the decision oftiie Supreme Court shall be reversed, the basis on which this opinion rests will be taken away. I have appointed this day alter careful consideration, not only because the imprisonment of Alfred A. Smith teems a harsh proceeding, when the tinal adjustment of the go .it qu -stum is so iintncdiateh at b ind, but n'.-o. because if he were imprisoned. nid !ii.-i imp-Ts torciblv delivered to Douw 1). William on. m.! th Court of final resort shall declare the d-vision of the Supreme Court incorrect, tlicrc is no proce. - in th" Statute by which his papercrtuld lie coin.ri'y re-delivered. I ;im enabled al-o by tins idjourninent to be temporarily absent from the oitv on urgent private busine. . wi.ich -hmi!:l indeed yield to public business, did I not heli.-vc the appointment of tin* dny designated was dictated by a discreet exercise of the appointing power. Superior Court. Before Judge Oakley. Junk Ifi.? Daniel H^ltituon vs. Jar oh S Cari>cnUr.?Tb" piaiiititl'wns rep* <"ut d by th" renowned "colored'' broker?(beg his pardon)?Mr. Jeremiah G. Hamilton, who, by tne way. the opposite conn-ad :-:il I was the only IVmiel Robinson tliat existed. or rather that r.o such man as Baniel Robinson existed at all?an.I tin- defendant is of tint firm of Row! iitds. I l) :u iVr Carpeml r, brokers. Wall street. Mr. Hamilton agreed with Mr. A. W. Vanpell t i purchase some stock of the Bong Island Bailroad Company, option, (iOdavs. To*present oarne.-t of hi-^enirig-unent, he depo-ited wi'h defend int on behalf ot' Mr. to be forfeited in case of noncompliance on his part, the sum of $250. Subsequently the stock fell Mr. Hamilton concluded not to ratify his "bargain," and demanded his money back, hut it wa -rrjV d, and the action now brought for its recovery. The plea is that neither Mr. Van|tell nor Mr Caiwndor owned any stock in th Long 1-! ittd Railroad Company on the 10th February, the day the lime purchase was made, and therefore the transaction was not legal. Mr. Ives, -secretary of the rommnv, showed that "itch was thp faet, but that th"v held hares on the 2S'h. The < 'curt eh irged th it th - transaction was not legal,and the mry fon el a verdict for p' linfifl* of $251 Son. For plaint!/!, Mr. S J. Field. For d lendant, Messrs. Patter-on tc Winthrop. Kr.wTtoN por. Cutrr Ln .ixekc.?The eleticon for the nflice of Chief Jlntiineer. took place yester day, which resulted intli" re-electic of the present incumbent, C <rne!ins \". Anderson. The following iia liut of the Candidate?, with the number of voice given for each :? I". V. Anderson <?:il t. Hiker, jr., ins F. U. k'ohler ii06 Ati.l'-inoii'* m ijnrity over liotli,. . .. 3lt< IIkinf ten's Ml sin;. Fest:vai..? It should be tocollected that tin-' i? the evening for one of the most inlerci tint? musical perform inrcs ever held in New York. That elaborate eompo-ition of Heinrich's, cnlle | the " Pilgrim Fathers," certainly is one which must make a strong appeal to the breast of every American; and its p? rferr inee with such an orchestra as is the one engaged for the occasion, ind vi ith such a violinist as|lferwitr,cannot fail <d an effect worthy of the sub;eet. This concert i" <ptite cc uliar in several respects, and thus adds the charm of nove'.tv to its other attractions. Those who tail to attend it, will lose an opportunity rarely to be enjoy d. Nrw Potatoes.?There are plenty of new pot-- j oes in mork 't. " Conrt fiiltnd?r-ThU !) }, Sit*' on CoriT -No*. 10?, ISA, 07, 10, ?7, }j, jo M BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL. , Washington. j [Corrnimi lrticn of the HrtJil.] Washinijt >n, (Tuesday,) .Tune 11. Proceedings In CoiiRrrn. Among the morning business of tlie Senate, wan ' i resolution submitted by Mr. Conrad, reijutstiiie j the President to communicate, -o far ascompntib'i < vim the public interest-", v. m rne i- ires, u uny, 'mve been taken to obtain n recognition by toe ( Mexican Government of such claims of American i citizens laid before the Joint Commi son, but not acted upon by it, and the satisfaction of ticli claim-' | is have been admitted by the Cotnini-si on. The bill for un nrniod settlement of Florida was i taken up, and nfter being amended and debated at 1 length, was ordered to a third reading. The bill lor the adjustment of the claims of Sila- 1 Deanc, w is rend.u third time and passed. The Navy Appropriation bill was then taken up. The first | amendment of the Financs Committee was to , strike out the amendment of the House, limiting the parson) id of the navy to what it was in 1811.? This was discussed at some length, nnd finally j amended to prevent any increase of officers beyond ' the present number. In the House, alter a scene of extraordinary confusion and uproar, a vote was ta- ' ken on a motion to re-consider the vote of yester- j I day, whereby the House non-concurrpd in the I amendment of the Senate altering the ratio of 80,- | 170, as adopted by the House, to 70,680, and rejected j : !)y a majority 01 two?ays mo; noes nn, i ur Ilouse then refused to concur in the fractional amenilment oftlie Scnateby a vole of 161 fo .V). So all the amendments of the Senate have been disagreed ( to. A resolution was then adopted agreeing to take 1 the hill to extend the present revenue laws until the ' ]?t of August, out of committee to-morrow at 12 , o'clock. The House then went into committee of i the whole on the bill, and it was discussed until the hour of adjournment. The protection men were all in a Ftatc of the greatest possible trepidation. They had assented to the folly of mixing up distribution with the tariff, and now they are terrified beyond measure at the ] prospect of losing both. If such shall be the result, i any jury in the world would find a verdict of? " served 'cm right." Baltimore, f Curretrondcne* <>f the Hrrald.] B.\LTiMORr., Juno tj, 181.'. Ma. F.riiTon:? Thomas J. Beach, Esq., one of the Sun reporters, was 1 yesterday assaulted by James M. Buchanan, Esq., a gentleman oftlie Baltimore bar, when about entering the dooi of the Court House. The assailing party first used a cane, | with which he struck his antagonist a blow on the head. , He then drew n pistol and presented at Mr. Beach. A crowd of bystanders immediately interfered and the parties were separated without the spilling of blood. The provocation alleged by Mr. Buchanan, was an article ( written by the reporter and published under tho head of ] City Court reports, wherein he conceived he had been uu- 1 justly assailed. It is not for mo to take sides and say which was to blame. Lawyers, however, should remem- i tier that witnesses have sometimes to suffer at their hands, i fo be consistent therefore they ought to he willing to give and take. Reporters, too, may make n mistep and . .... .n.i M.. ..?ii be to drop tlie subject, make friends and let the affair rest ( among the rubbish of past lollies. The parties were citefl by the Slate's Attorney to appear before Court aiid held to j bail in the sum of $")0U eneh to keep the peace. . A pocket l>ook was recently found in Howard's park pnr- , tially buried in the dirt, by a'small boy. It contained se. f veral letters addressed to Michael Boeglor, care of Mr. | Fortebake, N'o. 14 Hudson street, city "I New York, be- , sides some notes pay able to Wallire k Voltz, New York, ( in amount about ?1600. It is supjiosed, from these circumstances, that tlio owner of the pocket book has been robbed and probably murdered. A fire occurred last night which destroyed entirely the brewery of Mr. Brant-/., on Camden street. ' I In the commercial world there is not much change nor is there much doing. The general complaint is that business is dull. In a comparative degree however it is not so bad. The harvest is coming on and many who have been in idleness xtill probably find employ. Our banks arc not doing much. They have to net cautiously. City Stock I quote at (JtH n G7 ; sales rather dull. Wheeling money continues at " per cent discount ; on the notes of all other Virginia'! discount. Flour v. as sold on .Monday for ?.*>,06( ; hut holders ask ?5 C2j. No wheat in market. The weather still continue? cloudy, with occasional showers. This.it is thought,will operate against the wheal and rye crops. RODF.ItlOK. J I'lillnddpbla, , [Correspondence of the Herald.] Philadelphia, June 15, 18-12. tVor of Extermination.against the Brokers?Moya- , mewing Bank handsomely shaved?I Vine Sale? | iSlave Case?An/uittalof Blaney?Abs'/uatnlation, \ fyr. I am informed to-day that a bill has been reported to the J legislature of this State, laying a tax of two thousand dol- j lurs per annum upon all persons engaged in the brokerage 1 business. The object, it is understood, is to break up the * business, under the fallacious idea of the Solons in the councils of the State that the,brokers are the sole cause ol tho depreciation of" Reliei" and other irredeemable notes Some of these 'legislators, to my personal knowledge, are tinier the impression that the whole amount of diseount on country bank paper is broker's profit. With such stu- 1 pidity it is useless to reason. If the legislature would like country bank paper to pass at par, let it require the iuuers of it to respect the promise which it bears on its face. The Moyamensing Bank, which, in order to avoid the taking of its own paper in pa) ment of debts to it, passes its hills receivable over to tin1 specie paying banks ofour city for collection, w as handsomely caught a day or two dncc. A person w ho had a note to pay called before it was due lor tho purpose of tnkiiur it up. The clerk at first said the bank hadn't it, but on seeing in the payer's hand several notes of our specie paying banks, requested him to wait until lie made more particular inquiry of the cashiers. He did so, and in a few minutes returned with the note in his hand, which he handed to the drawer of it, and tool; ill exchange his roll <># tills. The clerk soon < saw that with the exception of a t riding amount, the whole -.urn (>3,400) w a? of their cu 11 depreciated paper, and was ibiv.it handing it back, when he discovered that the owner of the notched already torn his name off of it, and was i quite willing to exchange back. It was a well played trick, and t ichly merited. The con luct of some of bur suipende I hanks would disgrace a common pickpocket. Tho balance of the superior wines belonging to tho estate of the late John Vaughan, sold to-day at a reduction in price of about sixty percent on the 'ornier sale of simi Inr wines in November Inst?aid some of them at a reduction of live hundred per cent on their cost?the joint fruit of temperance anil the hard times. Proceedings have been instituted before Recorder Vaux, against Alderman Binns, for a misdemeanor in office, based upon the allegation that ho did not keep a copy ol the warrant issued by him forthe nrrestof Mary Louden, the colored woman who was taken from litis city three i it..to n,.a etc i Crawford lor failing to execute the requisitions ofthc w nr- i rant. These priin-t dings have been brought at the inbanco of the Abolition Society of thin city?Thomas K.nt le, K?q., the Into abolition candidate for Vn i-Prcsident, acting u* their counsel. ? The Jury, in the case of late High Constalde Blaney, came into Court this morning with n verdict ol not guilty, i County to pay cost*. i We have a rumor to-day of another nhsquatulation, and defalcation for $5000. The alleged delinquent is a treesurer ol'onti of our churches. .Norton's compit rn It ny concert come". :i to-morn w night. Not much done in Stocks?price* as yesterday. Latest pitoM Trnus?The steamboat New York, i Cnpt. Wright, from Galveston, nrrived at New Or- i lp.in* on th" lit It?nt-t. i The Color id 1Gazette of the 21st ult., bring- important intelligence from the West. Letters from Col. Kinney hml been received, up to the night of the 11th ult. Col. K. is now .i prisoner in Comnrgo, having been arrested by order of Con. Wall, who ' has superseded Ariatn, oy command of Santa Ann. 1 Col. K. writes that there ure 3001) troops at Main- i mom , 9t)0 ni Criie rgo, lit!,) at Mier, and -I'H) at i Montorev, und that imprcs-nient isihe order of the day on th? frontier; nil the ranehero*. without distinction or t'avor, are being converted,_ whether they will ornot, into troop* for tlie invasion ofTrxns. | This communication was brought by a servant o| | Colonel K., who had escaped by travelling in the i night. rr>( ( { t r\\N A NT?>NTO AHANIX?>ki?.? iiiy i?i \?,i/ itc, of the 21 ; t ult., conveys inTorniMti->n fhut the \inenenns have evacuated Sun Antonio, and ilmt the pi nee i* now in uonsession of \iMtnre, witli If -<) Mexicans. This fellow, it should be recollected, is a celebrated robber. (leneral M. Hunt has r inee be: n appointed Acting Inspector (General, and h it entered upon (he discharge of hi-; duties in on! r to i-rcure ilie organisation and discipline of the militia. A requisition lias been tn i le u|?on ti>< different counties ol d,l>14 ' infantry and cavalry, la all cm volunteers are to ' be accepted in place of the men drafted. The statement we p lfolished on Sunday, sayt the 1 Pieavnne, that the I're id>ut has called nn extra * ee?ii ,1 of CVntrress, i confirmed by this arrival. I f'* { ' as nbo : aeil a pre. Lunation ordering a special lection, to liil v canoie" in the Senate in fr ur djsi 'tr and in the Ifcnt:;e of Repre entatives in one dis- ' trie f. _ I Tliev are in a bad way at Grand Gulf, Miss. ( i lie Adverti r says th cor i crop has suffered seerelv by the continued drought?cotton doing only olerable well?veg tables literally parched to a . ^ intler?all for the want of rain. r Arrot.vnMKvrs uy hit: President.?William kVhetten, of New York, to beConeulot the United late*, for the port ofCowes, in the nl.ice ofRoberl ?. Hunter, recalled. Joshua Gawea, Jr., of Penn'ylvania, to he Consul of the United StafeB, for ihc airt of Kingston, upon Hull, in the place of Albeil >avy, recalled. Gurdon Bradley, of Connecticut o he Consul of the I nited State*, for the perl 1 I Uuvagitez, in the i-land ot Puerto Rico, in dace of Richard J. Offlcjr, decerned. G. T. w, ! Vtamchusi tt-,to be Con ul of the Unit r the j>ort of Pernumbuco, in the place of Jo;Cj-l: liny, recalled. Alexander Ott, of Indiana, to h> oiin'il of the United Slater for the port of Attonu, ii lie place of George P. Tod.-on, resigned. E. A -I .,f VI . ..I .. ... I-- . 1 , J. > T ii.-, iu ur V^UUMII o :he United Mates, lor the port ci' Bom>.iy, in the place <1 P. T. Parker, magnet! Af. Green, of Virginia, to he Consti! of the L'ni :cd Mates, for the port of Velasco, in Texas, iti tin dace oftitewart Newell, resigned. J. A. G>-rnuIt io In- Receiver of Public Moneys at Grenada, Sut< r>l Mi.-, i sippi. l.-aac McFerran. to be Receiver o! Public Moneys at Jackson, in the Mate of AIi. . i -ippi. Richard G. Banks, to be Surveyor of tin Cu toms at Hampton, State of Virginia. Join Chew, to be Surveyor of the Customs at Havre d> Grace, Maryland, his commission having expired llobert Howard, to lie Nnvtd < )fiicer nt Cnnrleeton. South Carol i\ i. Archibald Clark, to he Collectn .it St. Mary's, Georgia, his commission having expired. Thomas S. Wagner, to be Surveyor ot th Cii' tonis, ut SavannHh.Georgia. Henry T. Bering to he Collector of the Customs, for the i'istricl, and Inspector ol the Revenue for the port of Sag liar. uor, in the Irtate ol .V'\v lork, vice John I . Ami borne, whoso commission expired on the lOtl | of May. llichard W. Cummins, to he Indian Agen isr the Fort Leuvenworth agency, from the 3d day o i July next, when his present ti rtn of service will e.v pire. From Florida.?The Newborn, nt Savannah from Florida, reports that the country was quiet, though there was a little anxiety anions the proplq caused by the non-anpeurance of tire Creek Chic O-ti-a-kec, who had not yet given himself up a.-j promised. TheNewbern waited three din s at J'u-j [ tka,by order ol Col. Worth, inorderto bring oil the nawsil O-ti-a-kce had come in, but, up to Wed nesrlay night, lie had not been heard from since hq had the talk with Hulleck's runners. Destructive Fins at New Orleans ?A fin broke out yesterday morning, in the lower story ol j brick house in lioyul street, between Ti.uIoufc ntid tit. Peter. The whole of the in uide of th fl store was completely destroyed, together with tin sweater part of the merchandize it contained. We learn with regret that a child ol Mr. Lii uivenu about 3 years old. perished in the flames. The b . on the building is estimated at $10,000.?N. Orleansi Dec, June 7. Atrocious Affair in Louisville.?The Loui. ville Journal of the <>th gives the following:?About 1 o'clock, Mr. George W. Ihirtlctf, of St. Louiwas attacked by three ruffian!:, two of whom hek liini bv the arms while the third rifled him ol 818.000, in hills of exchange on Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia, and about S130 in bank notes. In tlic struggle that he made with the robbers, lie was stabbed severely, though not dangerously, iu the thigh and arms. Season in Georgia.?We have had fine growing weather for a week or two past, accompanied with frequent refreshing showers. Crons of Cotton and Corn are generally promising. The Wheat crop is mostly harvested, and has proved a very fair one. Oats do not look so well, owing to the wet spring. Roasting ears begin to come in freely. Vegetables of every sort plenty ? Maeon Teh zraph, 1th inxt. ? hi mm in i n? i wi i iw ? mi in I m i itti?.< i (tij- TIIE NEtV YORK Mt'SEU M IS NOW Till'. iceuu of vigorous operations on tlie j.nrt of tho nannge. ancnt. This evening a series of Novelties of the highest jrder, In which the imimitablc performers are Graham. Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Loder, Everaro. Baker, and others ol he Olympic company. We predict for Yankee llill the 'ullert success, so long as this establishment proceeds with so milch good management and respectability. Be ides this, there is the splendid Exhibition of Switzer Inrwl Niitiiml Rriilcrn nf Viro>inin. I.ivi* A lliVufnrs. Mnm? nvs. Fanoy Glass Working, and .">00,003 Curiosities to bo wen day and evening. Day visiters admitted in tho ,'vening" lYeo. Urn u< I fill. O^-'i HE WITNESS WHO SWORE ON* THE LATE ilays's Liniment Trial, that he told Burritt abont the erupt: for the Liniment, wore ut the came time thai he did rot know whiu it Laboratory was! If any one is now fool oiough to believe that such a man knew what the recipe >vas, he is vel -nine *o use tho spurious or counterfeit, and s not to be pitied, it it docs bite him, or ii people have nse tnough to want to be cured ol the piles and hone tv nough to do justice to the proprietor, they will buy the Pennine liars' Liniment, at 71 Maiden lnti"'; and as to fools >r knaves, we do not.went tin ir custom. (tQ- THE GREAT RACE THAT WAS TO TAKE lace between the Win. Crolius an 1 C. L. Ing rs?l) , ania iff yesterday?the Crolius wen w ith fuse, coming In about wo rn leu nheaU- 'i*ho IngcrsoU svas U>uSi| Oc no match . hen the wind hlew, and is considered by al! th,.r witni s- d the race to be a very dull sailer except in a c Im. 'sQ- CHATHAM THEATRF. Tho management proluces this evening a new original drama from the pen cf ho author of the Carpenter of lieu?u rnd Surgeon ol rais, denominated the Two London Lockrrriths. 'ihisdraiia it taken from one of the most popular woiks of tho French stage, and hnvingbeen for n length of time in prenra'.iou at this establishment is now produced with all lie advantages ol cast and scenery for which this theatre s proverbial. In addition to the 'drama, Rice appears i:i lis popular farce of the Black Hercules, and the comic strength of the company aj pear in the amusing force ol I'opping the Question. j Cfy- AMERICAN .MUSEUM AND GARDEN.?Mi. Bnrnum has, within a fow days, mnic tone vast in provements in hi' gar len e.n tho top of the Museum, and it is tow decidedly the mosl delightful place in the i by. All visitors to the Museum are admitted in the garden iV.e. A glance at th. advertisement shew s the ?OFt magi iftcrnt in I diversificipnrray of novelties ever put forth st one establishment in the city, and the ;dmifsioii to the w hole i.i hut 05 cents. ft7- THE MOST QUIET, GENTEEL AND CONVENIENT HOUSE we know of for board these limes, is . i Leon rd stree', next door to the bo irty Library. Gentlemen with their wives or young men w ho want to 1 e made comfortable, should take up their qurrters there if hey aro not already full. fry- WORMS?WORMS?WORMS,?Dr. Fleming's M heated Worm C mdy, i>? a medicine for woims, is pernaps superior to any medicine befinre the public. They ire purely vegetable, ana very pleasant to the thste. His Jiurrhum candy is a speedy ntrc for Diarrhoea and liowel complaints, there never has been a failure to our knowledge. His dinner or tonic randy for costivrnrss, uneasiness aftir ruling, heartburn, Str., may lie relied on is a valuable medicine, nud his Cathartic Candy, for feveri, lies laches, Jaundice, and all other diseases which require physic, is a most \ aluablc niticlc. tnd may be de nended on. The above are all vegt table and pleasant.? For sale at 13-> Nassau s'rret?Agents, 141'J Bowery, 8H Bowery, 79 Kulton : 373 Broa.lwaj , 3 l.' Gieeuwich street, m l 36 kh Avenue?76 Fulton strict, Brnoklv?. . N. B.?Dr. Cooper's infallible corn salve, for sale at 13 > N'iissatl street. fcj- UNHEALTHY SEASONS AIIE BAD FOR THE many and good for the few. The pn rent \ ery disagreeable Weather will increase Dr. Sherman's trade. All who have n rough, rol l, or hrudnrlta, thou! I go nt cucc to 106 Nassau street, ami get a box ofthe real an 1 genuine Sherman's Lo/enger, and the way they will cure you whl! not be slow. Whatever Dr. Sh rrr.aii recommends can in; relied upon. He Is otio of our be t phv '.tun*. N?w VorR Part oats, Jane O, tsi :. 09- ALBANY EVENING MAIL?An additional mail will be sent to Albany on end after tin rth inMant, every lay, by the 7 o'clock. I" M. Steamboat. Letters can be. deposited at this office until half-pa* BP. M. j'7 IV.t JOHN T.ORIMER GRAHAM, P.M. City l)?spatih I'est, 46 Wiuiu Sanrra. riiiycirst. OiFicr-?Lett-r* deposited before half-past i, half-past 13, ami li ilf past .1 o'clock, wilt bi. sent out for bilvety at 9, I, ami 1 o'clock. BastrcH Ofkii f?-?Letters dejtoriled before 7,11. an ' 1 ?'clock, will be sent out tor delivery at 9, I, and I o'clock. ALEX. M. GRF.IG. A 'cnt. mum mmm'.'i .'Mi, r nr?rr ij ?.mij > ?o? MOXKY nAftKBT, ,Wednr(d>y, ilciif r-1 P. M. The rale* at the Stork Board u en' st ill to-ihiv, ail ! nr? particular change took place in rntii. Delaware an I [ftidson declined 1 percent; I Hi n .. ; I aterson J; Harlem rose | percent; New York S'ate" per c ' it*, *. Mali's of bills on riula.lcl, i .ml Baltin >r ; ir; ' lohil' -2 e:i New Orleans S; ji, nee rimy to the medium of pi;. m. nt. The Sutton, from ( baric-ton. hronttht twenty th-iusan I lolars in ipccio. T! i has hoon packet ilny f ir the Bust n atonmer, tho nail fir w hich cloce? tills aftrinoon. ami also for the (Jrea' iVr*trrn, which !:?';< s her departure to-morrow. The dea in J for hill* ha* hern dull, am! the rates nre decidedly owerihan on tho departure of the packet of the I't in*t. i hey have v- a; follows, cenparrd with former late* Uatt* or Foartr:"' Bti i.? is Nrw Vo*k. flririV I. M"V H- Map 31, Jan* IJ. ondon, t; a 8 M 1\?t ">* 7 ',3,',.a? 5 3.1 i i 25 S'l .if :.i J 371 n tm.nrd. 36'a a 3!1', 33 lit', 36 >3 , i -ontiura, 34A 3J 34 a T4S 3 ,l 7*I V< a 3', Ir-in-n, *ih>7ilt 76 A 7tf i ,6 a 7<,s, 7.'.0ai 76 There 1* no demand for sp" . To ru areas fo! ows:? in Di'lli I, ' 1 1 l'r- **'" ' '-'"*1 $4.SI*t,f*t ire Irene W fin. ??. S.nftaS.r .IV. sll., p. I IM 14 7.' > . I in, $i.M,i!V An important dinner ha* overtaken tlx enmnry of he South since the departure of the Inst picket. At th'it laietheNcw Orients hanha ha.l just return-J to perio (mjrrnentf, and it war sxpented that thore of In.i ier,, 111iens, Kentucky and Tennessee, would follow on the 10th n*t. The hank* of Miaaoari did mume, ?nd those of ttckjr retnrnedto ?j?ecl* payment'on the l*t in*t.. I t I

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