Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 6, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 6, 1850 Page 1
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TH I H NO. ST81. DOU B LESH EET. \ -= | VHWT?KIKIT OOIOUM. ' riUT HEIWIOIf SL ?"?*. 3WiiHi'oT#?, April t, IBM. TW? rmAWBLI" B1PBBITIOB. U> r. . n.mn.UI nf linn nrlnill ? Nnr Tore, MkiBf a draft of M?m?i and tho extension of th* Mill authority of the U at ted RUIm orar the Teaeels to to employed la tho expedition In aaanob of Sir Jobs rraahlia. Referred to tho Naral Committee. tho DtriritKCI iill. Mr. Dicsiweow, firom tho Ftnanoe<'omaittao, reported book tho btU to sapply the ddlntaiiit; of appropriations Jot tb? pmwiit Of*! ???r and mnT*<t It bo made tho perlal ordor for Monday. Agreed to. tho ci??r>, Tho Coum bill vu made the special ordor for Taoa day next (OMrMaarioa roa rtiat tMrsiiOMxaitT Mr. Dickinson *u omitted a r*a?laUoa. diraotlng one hundred d'llam eompeneatlon to Jauiea Koberlson. !for poTornl days' lmi>r<?oMnen* on a mpiatnt of tba Sergaant at \rnw of tho Sena'.e up >n sasplolon of baviag a dwita upon tba Ufa of Mr ( lay, which, after debate, was adopted thk c&i.iaOaaiA qearriow?bell'k ritu or coMrsotosa. Tba deaate r?aninM tba cotrM'ntlnu of BMI's r??o, ivtlon, upon which Mr. Foote moved tor a select oosa^ nittoo. Mr. SiiiKi.t s ad'lroaaod tba Seaata apoa tba alavery i > question. Ho h*d bean insaau t'd ha his legislature to vote for 'ho Wilioot pre* o and talt b >uad to t rher. He believed (empress bad entire power ??ar Ielarery la the territories in tb? DUtiioc of Columbia, aior) wboio. aao>pt raa'nervd by the constitution. 1 Me a>a< oppeasj to Mr. Fof.t?'? proposition for a aa* ??ct commit t.ie Ho thought it eonld do aa g<*>d, and tha', it irljtit dn evil Ha n ?-l'i>r?i the grievatret OOfBftalne J of by the 8>uth. axpreaviog the belief that they vera lniasinarv rather than real. If real, they might be remedied, but for I <u a* I nary arils Ij. th?r? weis no remedies no te'lreae. Ha alluded to tba l raaoyou>?os?f discontent and exniteiuent h?re, and i| throughout tho country, bnt exoreaeed str?og o >o81|< Jenoe that the good sense and p? riotUin of tba peo. I principle* only governed the world. f >ro? and eomprooIm; mbi tonitrlM were j??er??l by on*, *? > by "h* other, and other* by b'th. No otbar country tku tbli (Mill ba? * wttnenaed *o Ion* a oaotroverav. M that l (t*l?a frae4oo? end ?U??ry no* pi-adlng, without being plunged loto eivll war. we had been *cr*rned wall heretofore by a eompronilaa - we ara ao governed now; and whea we oea*e to ba eo go. veroed. fore* would *r>mm?o"? civil war matt aae. and all know oiwil *ar d?aih to rapabllnaolast. Ha feared ao snob reauit in our c*?a, beoaata the trlnrlple* of compromise would eontiuaa t > aav* u* from peilt He evprwa.ed hiraaelf la favor Of the adnteftlna of < ali?orn<a ? an Inimediate meacore. tDd a* an act ef ela.ple jn?tln* to her people, wbaae applloatloa wou'd eertal'lv *>? n?w received If the law of jurMre eiUred in 'k- h?*t'a of-ongraa* To reiratid bar biok nnt.il a'l the other n?i-?tiiria wre dl*po-?d of. wi ld be a ni"o*?r? Sunh a courr* "? *ild brim i'allf riila In urn'e t<mn between now and the millennium but not with miigh d*?pUrlt. Sie crataaded that fla?M wax aboliafced In Otli^tnii and New Mex'eo; hut even if that w?*re not no. elavery would never fo there The country w?< not tdaptad to It/'aad tha people were rppoaed to It. ( alifbrnia wa? oeoapl'd h* aueh an mi<ra'i'in a? tha 'world ?f?>r (tnw- by the h-.ld ibe dtilac, entarptlalrg cMvulrour adventnrona ' b-y were on deavonpg there to dignify labor an 1 make It honorable an* would n-eer oon.ent to it" d?/radarlee by tha In trad no ioti of ulavery Th? effort* of the wh >1* , oountry cnlU not force i? tipnn th?m th? v?rv iin 'if <k* Southern plaster* no?wtn;i?"n pia'iiao^ntUa p-oaeera ol the Paelfle wonld re?l?t ?nch ait attempt '0 th* la*t.. He a*p'eefrd lita dec, tdr* betlel that I'em had ro olaiai to any potfi-in o? New Mealcn. bat wai willing *o give her. I" ??rnrn for a r?lloqn(?h?eot ?f her clalaii. a >im ufboient to n?v her debt. Ha /apndiate^ tha Idea ot an euatlihiliitn n> th? 4ta<* tha 8'nth mliht rrlr upon I*, a* an Inevitable fot, that the free Stu'e* would al?av* bo mora unaeroii than the plate, and that artth tbain 'ha power would e?#e prepo'd??e'e Tha North would n-rer eubmlt that onfMit of trea A m ?ri *at, roll eh?l' b- male <lave enttory, if tbey e?o prevent It. eoneMMi'lonally. If lare teirltory ehr nld b? annexed Tuba for tn??*eoa. it wowial rtnaiu eo oatll the people ?f 'aba ?H >?ld decide otharwW. Had It aot been foe the poatt.lon onaopled by S a'f ern m?n. who Inelat tha' ala?ery, Ilka the electric Until. goea every ehere. the North would ???r bare united la an eipro?*lon la favor of th* llaal It Ik. ..tlna . f tba smith ekllk II b?4 tap*'lad tbl? com hy th? North. Ilo ae >ntad tha I ld?? t4 haa??abla ? of i>it I'ntoi tha ?ary I attacifd * '*> > da*trev tha r">?a't?trant would la*4 I I* * W*r, wblob wonld bo HHmNM from ta'har'n I *ou from (?-n?r?t|on to (r??a-?tt>o -wM?h would I ??Tfr pad antll our proud rapnhlln bad mini hi ad to I lout tip *'>o ronrMrrrd ?h- ooodltloa of tha onatif try. dtTldatl ii1? aaTaral icuMffinlM, lor tk* purp >aa | ' ? pk0*lt>R tbat tb*T roulj MNf ba malatal ned Mr M*?on roaa not to aa'at at Ia??a Into tba dl?tB"iN of tba quaatlon* bafora tba 4*nata. but tt >11 nldnt ta Ma t Hat ht? aartlna c* tha eovntry wa? rUarty ?* tha minority bara U'hat W|? to ha tba Jl??et<tw>a of tha rnb|?nt. ba dM ?m know Tba nv ( jftl'f M B<~t Ttt CI?4? tvaii >k>|r Tha jr.itt af dltaii>?c? h? ?a??n tha fraa a?d tba al?aa litatV. * * llmp't tht? ? Tha ala*a 9ta'aa rial a. nadar tha eMiaii'o'K'ii rt?ht. ta l?W f?r ?M 'h-lr 'Itliaot to |? latn tha tarrttory r-f *h? I'nlfad *t?t?a with lay ltd *11 thafr pi?|."?'t. and to at>j y tt thara. ?o Ic tHJ M tt raa ataa a tarrt'oay of tha t'ullad Pta'?? Tb?t Thalr ptltlmi Ylnr'ala and mini (ilh?t *f??f b??l ?m?:W Ibtt and <t rtar>d thalr d*. i*r?i|?a'loa t'. ni?lat?to tf U't'b thriii tr *? n*loayay I eewtrorcitad maMliNii thair p.nin ? ntad. Tb? I lainiadia'a qnanllan hafnra th? 4?r>a*a w?a a ni"Man *" I t> f?r all tbn <|Ba<tloaa ta ?ontrn*aray to a aalart aom I all'aa; upon whlnh tha* bad b?ao mat b? a yfawaMN I *o (inapt tba mn|ion of tha almtaaton of CtWTCil I ?ltb tba Ti#w t> datMip* unon that a* an IndaoandaBt I ri-?aira It waa ImtKaalhla to pay what would ba I lha CAO iaonanaa of tha (udaoandan*. a1ff>l??l a of ' all IlartI* * an arl "f tha m?j rl'? w'*h tba nottal protaat nf tba South ajaln?f t| Ha maintain* I that ta? frd-ral r*!atlra r.f <?Ittnmta ? that. of a torrW l. ff (KthlM <iW, H>4li nnt ffltl fn ffitKM Ibtl afca ah-a'd b? r?ir?n >oil tn tha tprrttortal *aa1ttta? It 1*4 k?'( npr*??l kut ha did lk?t whaa ?ha ?b?nM I* ad?tttad lot<- tb* I'tli a on in aqnal fnotta? w\'h tha n?har Sta*?P. H ?Of?t to h? wl'h a ragard the rt?hta nf tha Wtataa Ha malatalaal that tka nf tl>a pa*' !? af tka t??T?lt?rlaa ? <|!llta aa praaa,<K aa th*f ef < alltorr la aad ha br.aw f?i r???nn wkr Lka'r I"?aa ?hn??ld llrat ha annat?ta?ad. Nn raa had k kl?))w rtnfl (or th? anoatt?n*|nn tkaa ?a jlta'a we* mora ?tt?-h?<i t?> tt 'baa tba -:tat? ka i.rraaant' 4. bat k* trn?t hi that tbay d-d iil tklak ka am'tOti'l"* wntth tka parah?*nt apnn whlah It , ?mif?ad If It ?? in ha mala'a'aad a' tb* *lwaw f tka rifhta rnaraataa I a? tha?n rfdar It 8aak *ai ka faal'a* af tka paopla nf tb- ?on?h. In-t aa ekaar ally aa that f?ra lata tka !>|. a ?nnH tha? gn oil I |t wb?a tka* ha?aaa aaHaftad tk?t. tnr*a?la in l?. iii bat In aahailt to dtah~n"r and Toeaaalna Ha '?l)ad upna Saaatnra, tbaa t? pauaa haraapa tha? 4a -Ida* to hrtnc 'a tbla ?a? st??a, a?al?at the orot-e' |f?wy 1oiUs?ti ?m with lt? praaair*. boaadary a?4 ?rMl'atlni III <1aelr?4 he* a4v'H<>* at an early .ay a* faptV* ha? ha <ta?*rd It with aat'ahte h"?n4a tae Ha atpr?a?a4 tka hallaf that there la an lav nf latum pmhlkf.la* alavar* la TaHfntala aad daH'ad kat a iwrtma rf tka tarrltnra ha laft op.a. ta wktah ka pacpla nf tha Month a?y go at-k tkatr alava pro [ill). ll?lm*,H tkil tk? t*"<ia mull no| at tba lateet. laka afrh a * ?!? a- woald k- AalanUtaJ ta pr? Lad# a pett'ewant of all tba qnaetlnie. I Tba Vira faaamaar eta'ad tkat ?ka qaaatl^a waa o? Br. laldwla"* a?4maat. e?raptla? ffnn tka prnpai. Itlna to t?far Mr. Bell'a reaaiuHna t?? a a>l?nt aaraaittbpaf tbtrtaaa tka qaaatlon nf tka tlalNkil af Calt> I Mr t'at>*a?pnn aalif ba would *ntaar?lnat ?ba am*ad a rat. b'aaw'a If aay qaaattnna araat ta tba anaimtiU inr vbtab ka Mla*>4 ha abaal4 veta -ka tkoofhl II af t ham afcnald ?a tkara [ Mr. Itiiii ayyaalad tn tba m^xrltT wt ta ft?a Uliforaia lata tba t'alon aa aa lo?apaad-at aia*?ara I Mr. Cur '*praa-<a4 kta r*trat at tha faallaa* of at r a ft wbleh |CI?a4ad pantaa la tba Aanala; a dia oat which ?aa?ad In prompt a i?ar that oaa part nf bfart kalat dUpoaad nf tka r-roalo ar might an| . artad apa* Ma fatt nana nf tkla lla waa la fa?<* 'tka a^tlM fat a aalaat aommltta*-tint wllS tba aManaa Ml hf maay, bat la h- nnaata'lna that It It i?ld <*a fm>4,lt wn?id rwalt la ?o a*l|. Ha waa In acta l?r tba a4aalaato? af (.ailfnrai*. althar aa ladapardaal aawari or la aoanaa'laa with aaaataa fa* U a ?otaram-at nf tba rarrltorlaa. Ha II biaiaat' aallad op. a la aa; to thnaa wka wara |a*4i*t*' allfnrata and who itaatra4 bar Imraadlata I^Mtoa. that ba ha4 kaan foaaad k? ?aH iaa atraamaaaaa ta b-?a?* tbat tka moat rapt4 a< la to >aaa-a Latobjart wa-by a aot?htaat|->a la tka aa.ua Mil afa Lrlrioa far har adntaaloa aad pr>n|ai>aa far tha l.atl-a af (t???niaaa|. f-r tha tariltartap. Af It mm* n*?w ?" "fr" w id prr*H?tr rf thla >">a??l?loa, vir r, ,T frmwad h?a??lf l??ha p?ad>i>? am*ada>aai >ald tha aarnta r?f'f thnaa n??m*at/>n? q??xttrma t? ?|art rnaia>tt*a Ml then Ma tt>? t, diIiim h?nd? >ftl A* at rat lair^rtaat <|ti?<lnn of tha* all' Wl>h , tw?n<lir?M thar* ?o?M ha no notlaa la tha ??. Ittra aad If althh?ld. ha would )ulU M noi rota nta^ a# far ft ur IU*ro? rona *?t addraaa tha (t.na'a, la up?*rt af p pnattfan la taror of tha adroU-t- n rf < alIf .rata a uf,!* Bfwar* Ilia Inl and pa-aaouat r.-a?*a it that ha ff?id aaaar ???'Wt tn har ?Hntf>lni a< a s.via ?T rrxTprnilaa. ta ?ht?l? tha n?<- ? >? of h*r ?.aa|oa aa a Ptata ahnwld ha rn< la tha !,alaaaa with at of tha arr?#t af ranaaav n??roaa Na 8Lata had ? K.f^ta haaa p'a?*d la ?anh a |*?l?>?a Mr l'.ar"? ha'ajara aaj t? ar-t ? fr.radjaara?t tha Naama aH|mr?*l tilt Monday. Vuwhtm, A^tll IMS. f | hair r*** f??i?a a'tlMt, .na h?* ?. u t;aaatMaa Aa *hal? *Ml la(i tha HaM**?tlaa a( fTtfali ,aa flwalWn raaa afl? a ah art nadia Tha lVa? Hm> aa??ad ItMMa frtrala MMa, aad adfaar? ? E NE IT: ' aw TO UK bauilLATfU. IcnaU. Alu*t, A?rU ft, ISM. ILL* turilllD. Tk? following bllU war* referred to a mImI oommlttM to report eomp let*:? To facilitate Um oona traction ot the Had?on Elrec lllltMi. Making appropriation* for tho Uiimn Valloy muI A1m>, for the Krie Canal enlargement. A too, for the Improvement of Blaok rlrer navigation Mr Cook reported a bill to Incorporate the Emigrant*' lad Be trial Raving* Institution. TH* oawcoo BILL. Mr MiLxaa, to repeal Motion two and three In the act of 1849, ia relation to tho Oewogo oanal and directing tba Canal Conualarinua to nupeal all work tkwon. SKIT. Mr B*iicer(, from a minority of tho Judlolary Committee presented a counter report, dteeentlng from that of the majority, who reported for the oonatderattoo of the Senate tba bill to prohibit noroomtiona from Interpeeing the plan of nenry. The bill *u than recommitted and (ubeequently reported oomplote. Bate riimo. To amend tho charter ot the New Tork Female Onardlan 8ocl?ty To amend the charter of WiUiamebnrgb. To incorporate tho New York Academy of the Saered Heart. OAftAL *ILL1. Tho Canal bills were ordered to a third reading. Aaacntbljr. Al?4J?t, April 6, 11*0. eiGNT DBAm B U? VtH IU IrWVJI'il ??' ?U? UUIV "I IM ftlgd* d af a auntd a third tioi* ud pMtd. HOMfsTiAD KXKMrnon, Thf homestead exemption bill than cune up on ita third reading 'I be hill exempt* tbe hnmrtead during tki Ufa of tbe widow aod the minority of the children. V:r Monroii mored to recommit *lth inatruotloas to r*dut-e the exemption to Ave hundred dollar*, aa tb* maximom am on at 4tao to add to tba bill a elaass, that part as claimInn txeupUon under tbto law aball not otalm >uap< (ti t under tba personal pn part; txumptlei law, axceptas to the effractions < f t>ad? fcn. iVif BhowKin. moved to exolude from tba exemption p*r?on? n*log Intoxicating drinks The Houra ooncurred In the untndniaiU made by tbe Mr Date to several House bill* HOMkHTKiD EIKMFTIOIY BILL. Tbe homestead extmpticn bill was debated all tSe afternoon. Vailoua motlona wore made to lay on tbe table, postpone, to , but It was dually paaaed ? ayee aT, Bom M. Thf re was applause whan the vote wax dec.aiad. Our tendon Otirreapendenoa. London, March 8,1350. Jmny l.?nd. It is with thf greater pl'-a? ure that I resume my ketch of the career of Jeunjr Lind, froin tha knowledge of what an Attraction it will hare for the larger portion ot your readers, and indeed for all who are as passionately attached to muaic as I my veil am?a tolerably large proportion of the inhabitants of the United States, as well as of the re*t ot the world. While the gtrl was still a pupil of Garcia's, a Mtidemoutelle Nts&en, who has sinca made some little noise in tbe musical world, shared his inpiiuctiOb* with her. This laily then possessed a much better voice than did Jenny. Tdis wtt rnlifh In ( tMrciu'd u nrwivu rw??* ,Vt H11* Via. mi oid not pluses* a tithe of tt*? talent whiuh wmh evidenced by her fellow pupil. However much G.acia m ght feel thin, he could not, however, mikr it better, and was compelled to put up with the htinoyance which thin gave him. Had Nis?en but your talent, or had you but Nisseu's voice, I should be satisfied,*' he wo.ild frequently exclaim to Jenny, blinded an u Were to lie ttiudual utiMmmrat which was taking place in tie <iu > 111y of her voice. This had gradually been bciieim/ '' dormg the whule ji?*rw><l ot her iuatiuction by Garcia. It had not as yet, how>-vrr. Meruit d that marvellous power which it waa suoaeqiiertly to posaeM. lieyond doubt. the voice of Jenny Lind ia at pr'sentoue of tile most extraordinary and captivating which h'i? yet displayed iiarlt upon any atsge Its exquiaue union ot strength and deiica-jr bos hitherto been unai ;>ri acto 0 1: isoneof its most remaikable qualities, ? .n?l possibly strikes mm a* t the more retiisikaolc from my never Qsvmg before had the opportunity it hearing it iu any tiiudem singer. Perh?pa the \oice of I'ers.nm haa as much delicacy, but it is totally deficient ia tfrt ugih. and has so little body that the most tritlmg sflrction of health will put it out of tune? this, indeed, bring so rein irk tbly th?- cm* wuh this singer, that I have treipien'ly heard her tor six or sewn evtnmgs following at lit r Majesty's rh.litre, and she has invariably s-uu h.tlf a note bell w or above the scale ot the oi-hestra. Sohnnd< r l)evicent, or Adelaide Kemble, or tivha Glial, have all possesetd nn equal strength of voice, but from the w*nt ot tnia delicacy, hiva never been able to bring it out so forcibly by eon* treating it with the tenderer and more delicate intonation* of which 'he voice of Jenny Lind is sunteptil.le I hud, however, well nigh forgotten Unit you do not utk personal opinions to much frem me n* a plain and unbuaied enumeration ot the principal lacts in the career of this danvhur ot genius. To these I will, accordingly, endeavor Mrictly to eoatiiie myself < >a her reiuin to Stockholm, Jenny Lind appeared aud rang in tome few concerts She was, indisputable , a gteater singer tl.in she had heretofore been. The w.nder, however, ass now over. She w*a i.o longer itie mere child. Sae could no more be it it?il, praised, snd caressed aa a prod my. Win, n?ve we lo marvel at in the gul'e wish for a new tts#e to appear ('tit She d<'er?imed to anply to the innnageia^nt al Ileum. Alter aunie difficulty, ska succeeded in her application. She ?m eug g? d there, but in whs' position ! She was ?irged aa their i^cotid soprano. The first, wan M?o?Uiowselle Nieatn. Ni>ou i> voice had made her a favorite The riutstaii* had then no room for a second one. Rome l? w louioala?undescended to notice Jenny's nr?i wp|M statu e. The? sja-ke of the cultivation of tier voice, snd ther? the praiae accorded lo her eaded; t? r the bud no letters of introduction lo nay joornulift, and, consequently, no entic took her by tl ? hst,d aud made much of hrr. After all, ivun>?l'tm would he literally the .same haic 'lit I.belaud, and I doubt not but that it would h?- *? ly diltrimt uii your u*a tliutri. ll ha* not to dml with ihe future of the art at but iihibr i-ifirnt, aid .t n>u*i brciwrrdid tbat no i-> muf ci'n ?ii|i|ily the * ol of vote" ma a i.'?r The CTitiC, 11? lieve, bileflr of Jenny Liad'a talent na it mere actre * on hrr Grat appearance, Hi.d aenoaaly mMatd her to relm^tiiah me lyric in favi.r of ihe dramatic M?fr. i'oaaibly, at the time, hf ?aa not aw.ire that ahe w?a l.orn a .Swe?le. Oae nuirmni, however, aa ah" ?ai down to her piubo, for the parpoae at practiaiaf. ahe found a wonderful rim nee bad take* place in her ?oic#. It had reiuraed to her in all ita old purity Sha Could acarcely believe ber eara All her old lurirteiai bark to her. "lilt bo' conuaae," ahe exclaimed, * I aball yet be famous." VVhrii ahe entered ihe theatre, thera was aom*thu y fo nun mini n la the j'tyomi ai>arkliag >>l her e>fe. and ihe e acite me at of her whole demeanor, that her tiieud* clustered rotnd her, to a?k wn?i h M I> iutellin?nce ehe had tnat day reccivad from b?re1 " Nrae," waa her reply. "Tl.rn tell ua, Jenny, d?*r." exslaimed one o4 her friend#, "what lathe mailer; for we ata aeta Uiht )<>iin uxt have heaid a?*- e (>leaeant eecret " " No," an id Jeni.y, gen'ly; **it la, aimpiv, thai I ha?e rvtovetid my vo.ee " Aid ?c it |?n>*ed, and the effect of thai raro*ery w. re mote wm.J?rft?lihan ilia grade .Swede could ny any pumibility h iv> an'ieij tied Madrmoiaeite Niaa> u had, aa ueuat, the priueiiial part, hut no ri.fciit r haii ahe atnn k the fir?t ootea of that hula air, ihiiB it became evident ih it ahe had indeed re* <?>*ered Iter *olce. All who were behind idc Hrin, ruKbrd to the wu ?? to hw her 1 !? home una hre*tli!p>?, nr.* whe* iihe earled, t'ti^hn r dt lor mm memento bed them iiiiite. Whnt bud thfjr heard 1 Could thin i?+hH) be the nun wboee rlaim* ?ipoi them th~jr liad m lvl>| fiilrd to retotfDilrl Tlten burat otit i?tf(ct I oar of a|>fr< btiiMi, ?"d Wo-ht?>4 and >m u bin p. J? miv wa? forced to rr|*i*t the ?nH?el *hn h fhr b>d to < ft.n ?uutf with wnrcelf a band Mt? d io teetify to it* exc* Hence Niwm iun| t that n'tbt po??ibly ??eit?r ih?n nhe h?# eeer be? 'we or aikcr d??e. .Hbe woaniru in'o eierti?B. Hot ?be wae iiuhIiI* to rfTare the im^reanion ma<t? " 'bp *nOf i:re t.y h? r hlfwo rnmjoranrcly im*## 11 c? tr,anion. Aa tor Jenny, ihe wan a^ |.> tided nhf? ahe ram# r>n or wwn abo left 'be "*Fri H whether the had to nine i.?t The andirnee fe|? that thee barf either deaf to to the ?ni?e <?f the a??n< en ??>r tbre? We mon-hn or thtt tfce? iben nrm?ted at a Mrene whirb bore a t*iy rei?rt*M* awroaeh to the character of a modern mue?ke. when 'be curtain fell. ?be a>.i a >rn> tared i*j?ntM,l| b-tore it; and alt'# m* mat aigl,i re ormd to her ??t li mii>', ab> retired to W YC MORNING EDITION?SA I her c*udi t* dream < the chance which bad nsrtorrd to her the pronpect* which hud, I a day or tw? before, teemed uuenched to hei ] far ever. Aad in truth ibia in probably one oi ! the mo?t wonderful incident* which have evei taken place upon the lyric ataue? whether we look mjjr at it* eflVcta, or reoeive it bimnly aa a cunou* atid remarkable anecdote of Jenny'* early career Thai one who hid for more than threw or four month a been regarded aa little more than a "iiobodjr" in theatrical*, ahould. in a single Bitfht. aud in an ladiffeient part, eclipse th< -prima dtmn* of ttie aeaaon, ia, in truth, a strange chance. Yet, acarcelv ia it toranger thin are almost all the incidents of Jenny Lind'a early life. Her youthful, I should rather aay her childiah, celebrity; the kinduraa of the old captl mn?ter, who tauyht her the first notes of that art, or whose flood hbe haa floated to perfection; the loaa of her voice, ita sudden return to her, are all tuuched more or let* by the marvellouttness which oharact? rise* the early part of her history. After this, we are to hnve another phaae m it Her life beconn none long aud golden dream, broken in upon uloue by her triumph* and by her uoble .mil l??n i charity. * * * * * Gals at Rka*os Sahtuoo and Destruction op Vifcv.u.i?Tub inniana?Hv the arrival, yeaterday, ot the ktekinahip Globe,from Brazoa Santiago, wtuch pla< * ah* lett oa the 24ih luat , we lenru from Onpt. Boehaer that there waa a heavy norther at Krazo*, on the 22d mat , which oyerflowed the whole island, with the exception of the aand h IN, and the blow continued fonv-eight knur*. During the gale, the schooner Willmni C l'reaton, from this port, went ashore at Point laabel; the steamer Col Hunt pa'ted both herchaina, but aacueeOed insetting up a head of ate.-ni. which enabled her to Knt alongside ofthenhaif b.mi The schooners Ocean Wave and Gratitude, also from thiaport, went ashore in the tame tale, null are a total loss. It la doutvful I wh'therlne Wilium C l'reaton can be ijot ??ir.? The cargu of the schooner Gratitude, nil damaged, wt>a to have btt-nsold on Monday, ihe 25th mat. Mr. SaligMJU, who arrived at tirasoa ou the 20th i inn., from Horn*, reports the lntiiana, to the number of about hve hundred, composed of different I tribea, aa having beeu encampcd near that place, but Hpi*ared to he tueuoly dirposed ; treat fear*. I huw?v?-r, nerr cutrrtajrird by the inhabitant* [a the vicinity of Laredo, th- y were quit* hostile ; and hnwem Laiedo and Home, they had murdered a number ?>f white peranum, and d<-atroyed c?>neiderahie property, beside* stealing till the horses and Diule* tfcry could rind in thn vicinity ot those 1'Ihcx-h.?A. O. Ihlim, March 2(1. Tas Coastiko Tkakb thk T'nitsd Ptatm and IMova ^coriA ?The foho?viu< ins pabM-d both branches ot the Nov* S':otia Legislature, lelntive to the recij.rocal receptiou of produn* of the United State*:? ! Wkrnt* In ooiir-qusBoa of th* reseat nhangaitn tba | n?w*a U- h |M tnf oomaBTelBl puliey or tb* Brl. tl?b ami Ira it ha* baonma D?<-???ary tmreiir* Mora a(t> cdt a tuai katf for th* natural prod uotaot Brit l?ri Vor k America by a rrolpKxal tr*? axobaog* otauoo produeta W tb Iba t'nitad H at**; ami to ha** thacocttaat trad* anarK'd b*i***n ibli and tba adjoining proviso** mu tb* United Stat**. on (air and <-quitaMa teroa* and to obtain fri'Bi tb* na?*?oui?nt "f tba Ualt*d St*t#? | *neb UK'Oltloaiion ot tb?-lr lava aa will iilalt colonial built ??**el* to tb* prlflleg** of rrglatry. lit. KiM ittd Tbat tba LiruUaaat uonrat l>* r?* ptotluily r*qut*t*rt, and 1* bei?ky authorized to tak* tba >??>? '} atrpa to obtain thr?D(k tba propar a i I tbortilaa tlx aooompiiahmeatorth-aa d*?lrat>la<>bjacta. Xd. Keeolvad, 1 bac lr tba Unliad tirataa r*m*>* ** I 1? lug dutlaa on tb* 'oll"*lii| artlelea, tb* growth aad i piouun Ion of btl'lab Nortn a mar tea. tbat tba Ilka I arilol** bvalloaad to bn Imported lato thl* proflae* Inm tba L ai'ad liiatat, duty fre* via Oralii aao bieadMaif* or all kind.", fagatablaa, frulU, IM' bay and at raw Auiaiala. ?*itrd and fra?b raaati but tar. oliaata lard, i tail**, bid?*. boras, wool, anar*aa*d *ktna. and for* of | all kind* Oi*a of all klada, Iron la pigs and biooaa. ooppar, 1 l?a? in pig*. Ur<*daua*a and ?t<>n*? of all fclad*. aarth, ooaLt, . iibi*. oub?>a gyp?uni,gro\iBd or aagruuad; roak aalt. I WtM'd Mai bar and lumbar of all klad*; Uraaaod. 1 bf bra bar k. j ? iak. r.ah oil, tralo o4l, ?r'i"??a?l wtt W.?,l a?K<r 1 and Uwnnav, bi<* aad aklua, tba pioduoa af flab ur 1 craatur** living In i-ba vaiar > Kr*< l?*o. Tbat an add/*** ba pr* pared to Mar M?I Jr>ty. on tb? -ubjaot uf lbs aoMtiag t Ua or tbta pro, alia*. pray lag tbat ttia raui* may ba <pao*j to tb* ' utkd>4 t>a>?K?tlob kit, Ittb Ml U.b Via., Mf. 20, ltd ik? pt?*?au| laaulutiob. Hruaki>u City Ititrlaljrenea. I Cit* Coi ?t w tiaiiMi JfniMNiriM - Uafira Ju lg* GrMiiood -William A lolt. Jr , otrliwd of to a*. M?lt upon hi- m? bar, Mr* tally oli. *m, **titaa>ca?i tuns uth" lapriioM -ana tn* | aouutj jail, and rb?<l %'itAi to *tbad oaiuil.iad uatll [ pal J A hh'Ii.d ?* mad* b) At (irabam. hi* noaoaaL, ' to auap< ad tba *n cult >u if tba ianifur? |.?r taaoly1 luiir b??r* la ordar to giT* hiio tiiaa t" fll* bill* of at??ptioi,?, but tfcr ni lioi *aa oimvlrd tj to- ? curt. Clan IT ( Oi.it?B'futa Jud*a Mor??-,/.*? C j 6im' ?? J oh* MBM mHd.lnn C 1'irrtt, tul Vijr ? TbU ; mum ?aa raaumad jaatrrda; tn<>rutag IB* <??l*ioo ; Of tba Jvdg* wa* at tb* opaaiagof tb* > oart. ?r?t?r lay ncrilng. pi*an in laaor of tba plain 1(1 ?binh ?aa aiI er|iM to l>* th? Oalaara Tba d-taac* crta'ad to praaa bj Mm. Luoaa, that Mr* laioraad hat ( >1 r*. i 1 urt>) of Ibi* att?adanoa bt tba Muaauia ?Ub vlt Uia-aca bbil *bti that* look plao*. bud al?> offbrad to to* ibat iap>>rt* aara atirraot tbrouglioul tba *iij of brooklja. aiid aapaoiall) aaioog paraoaa who vara ri>rn<a(ij atWiidam* at tba ahurob ?.| li?? M.<4raan*,to tba ?**aa >Ua?l which *w o?arrul?-4 hjr tba 'uuri. ?au?l Wa?k*. lor tba dafaaaa t*? Ka? Mr , Om?d* and frira Fi*aoa* Mailt at tba viaaaaa to patt.ac, 111 tba lall'l part of April, or Or*t of ?ia/, 1847, btxii t Lai' .?*! wmu o*Kw.k lb tba **aalbg, **? tlirai i>b tba or?t ft"*r, batr* b? (Wmu) vautiuta tba ibaatntal dap?rt?*bt bad tbaui *<alo ?0r* ba raa>?- out atM'Ut ba ' pa-1 ulna ataodtng toar* all It, b< itty altar it* iboa. la rroat of tba viaaauia oa til* Haawbik lb* croaa-aiaaloatloa < * tba wflaaaa altrlUd bo thing a.aiark*nj to aobUbdlat bla t**Ub?a; oi tft* | Ureni iitaitatK'*. th? *r? ol Mr Waaki than avora Hat ta*tiDt'i ) *? ararlv tba iui* a* Ibat of har boabaad SO* ran ll?*'?d th?- h*pti?ra if Mr* Mtfi by Mr iira*u* U> b* about U raa a**b* aftar tba .brrtbg* of lb* f.>r* Bial l>. >1 I Hli) ? eioilae M. IMarae rwnri) | era deoffhtar of J*d*a rUrca. I ke"? ?r?. .Ve*t end ram u.ot her mar naaa, ke<e tbw Ka?. J< ba.i.. keaw h.m the tlaeif the aarilage, I r-o?llaflt ba*riu? ol W> bap. ?i>m, It ar afttr ib? r??cl?K?, dost rweuileet how l"t *, I tao? U??t tba (iiitix it. rikj oar b u? for It* l<ui p< >? <<f |*>rf to the a >u??ua. li Wia i?*l of A}nl crib* lit vf >' >, IMI; Mr terbf.-ea, I r>???l>?t Mn Weilt dual weal ? f? to aaa hiib, atir awaajad ?hj anw|i|ii.(to? d?wa ud i?l< rbw cma I wiab toiw >ir. wr.-a?e; ?a? > aiica? to (i> art wall) ???t don, h>r ooadnti boI'l* tad al?l)> k.te rary diliml, ah* eiwaji a^ )?ar<d e,ineM i" a?? Mot k>* !<.. 4 TVau?a?y1 erollaa Knee. a aora for I lait.iiO i an danjMff of Kar Mr. itr??a?i aia atqutltl'd ?ith birr. * aflUt, ?a< praaant at bar mar. ?? ? ; It took pleea tha tit Mar.- ? IHTj Mr *UHt a?et away about tan or twalve dey? afar bin mar j'?t>, I ta?" k> to tha ettiaatiai wvh my father alMtl ??k tll?l V r M. ?n, e?ay; bit* M?f|l via la ' t.<pmpy Willi UP, aba kr|>t witi. a?, a?ai?rt ?l?i ua; a all Ibrae laf j fat bar'a b.ioaa t^niivr, utj faiuar warn tu bar b??aw, and brougu. bar to oar*. wa waat t" the Aa?t1rab Xu??uia. <> if tbo ttaia van* tbara, wata ell thar . at o'hora. Wo war* Dot, ?a hi ' as a ok t t<?? tfc> r wa wal'adfir aa . roolt ua till rta <aai al' aa. wetbaagot I a to it aad ?eaie to tbe f rty. aa am bona wltb Mr*. Mafflt aad 'baa w.at toiet ia? hi o.? Tbta aitawf* rtatwd. la bar nrwafiialaallai tbat i n Halbt waa aa lilatdl) altar iu- Malt to tbw maaaatn aa bat' r?. aa l fiaijuaaily wamn tw a; faibar ( b< aaa . hafrt* aha (tin Nt | waat to |?|<p -ha rawiO I t? ur fc" a?w two or Ihraw tiraaa a ??, I ta< M m? f'Hi-diy alih hir aa iiaual, tha ai.aa*" ic icy f?a!ir?? I l<*l I'laaa atotit Uia la-t of April, or taa lai of May I p> a laaatuiati bwr *n<4l >laaalaailow tW? win.aae I ilat- d tbat U a uao ol b?l aairwwga.iiawt at tha f aa | t?int>d 10 waa aa lilltal > 'Wa ?aika<l up Hr>?<l?ay ! tooi a Ittla >burrlat aad abila ia Cte a'.reat, bar aoa> dart wa. reeb aa uld hot baoi.Br a hady, ao<l I dioap! ) r?'t? it ..fit" <>n b' ia< a?*<e art-aa laainad dp -a i -ia flat ti-a a itn?-? aiat- a >bat 'r< >iaini we. r?ry I fiiatiy, la the Biat ple a, end aha bapt ?lakla( aal ! baaib|| to |atuanaa who wtiawaa waa ijalta aura aaa

(V.ia v. I 4"I to t Idot. tt It to ae told Oar tetbar ead it* n?t of Inr laaiily, ?ha hoa?4 t4i thirty or forty t.ti?aiHu ltd lo maud itir; iMNIDol kuim >* >t? * ?.'' I>? kid krm( k*oau h?* hIMr to go al'tf ? Na? ?oik. w? *a?t to tka M>im?u * rti'+i t>m? Mm* m (kira M '?) b*ati?*i. ?t?k?r *ltiM-a?a on tka part of tka jiUintlff t**tllla4 that M>a vi*Bit a aoadut to?arda Mr ur**aa mm ftt?i.4l> a? lar * tbay >aw m tba tiata 1W laat ?1la?aa ???? ?aa for tka 4?#a*c*. No ttat (? k?a? Mm MaJkl aad * ? kar Id B'lif *j ?llh J,r. Ilit?? boai4 tka o tarry koat, n ?it? ff Na? I'M*, a abort tima aftar ka? "*T i?-?? * ha* **k?4 >bti Im Ma lo S'-tioa Ikaa pa' tu ntarl) ? h*t f?nlri? ha aald. " I antioat tn?aj ti>* Um ?t*g?lafity of Mr Urvoaa a oantMt. who voa ?l.(1> a*"t ia? t? t*r?* ?#??r |lniaba tat* tka IMy m aik. Mr I>W1> ?? < ?*ry airan??ly. all* |f-a< K?tlJ, Imi* *< <? * *ttk than *k*? thav naaia on b>*id lk? b?*i, I ? ?? -* ! b* <<???* *) ?? i* u^aar. I k> Ik* tla.a kt <ka mar' lag* of Mr*, M 1 kta o? ?al*da? tka a?l4a*oa of tka o*oa Tka Jury MO ai*akar?o? **tti W*4*a>??y **tu *( at trtktah U*1* tka rmimaal *111 k**ki* t* ?*w ?. aaila SMallaay, Am AmH ft?*??n*? < o*n*ii?* trill *? at Ohm <ta**a X T,?alH ITikl*at. 1 k* parylo nf !> *- k*aa ?*tat !**< kt I*"** m*t* M?tN? tM a<*l <4 |?ti?Mk*al tl AMM. Tkr lattl T. \r*tatr*?g < ( * %. I<4> pr-.p?r?y t* ik? **' >! M >lk' ok*. *bt*k to atio** ky *Ul, m H to IM*, t* kla caialiraa IRK I TURDAY, APRIL 6, 1880 I Inl*lllgnc?rMai St. Jago tie Cuba. We have receiffd, by th* bri# Catherine, Capt. , Scott, Ironi the above port, 2Sd ult., account! of a moat singular affair which had occurred there within a ff?r Hmvh ntfvinud. itivnlviao ika Aa?A. ter of several of the loading merchants of that place ? We give the account, but sup kmc that it ought to be received with aome caution. We omit 1 the names. One party la accused of having received and embezzled a large amount of property belonging to a bankrupt merchant, who absconded from Santiago "bout seven years sines Thn?, by th- SpanisU law, is a crime which retders che receiv. rs liable to three timea the amount, aud subjects them to other punishment. One of the partnars of the boa??, and Seuora and , were thrown into teiaiste prisons, and had not been released when the Catherine sailed. The accusers are Spaniard* of high standing and influence with the uoverunieat?the i>rincij>al one ia nearly connected with the I it? aud oreaent Governor, and haa poweiful relatives and friends in old Spam. He has be^n d >i<i? business aa a merchant, and agent tor the cop,-er mines at Santiago. He, and all oi toia class, entertain the mnjt bitter feelmita H^ainst foreiguets, all of wunm wi?h to exclude from doing any business on the is'aiid They would banish thrrn il they could. A number of pa??era were produced, ?nd many collateral evidences and circumstances brought forward. The principal nmol again?t trie accused was a receipt for $(>7,000, in cash, and sn obligation to pay the amount to (he bankrupt ia pe'soa, signed by thtui, in the hiudwriting of on<? of the accused. There were other documents, purporting to be litis of notes, moneys, and obli{dtiun*, placed by the bankrupt in the hinds ot hta father-in-l.iw, (since dviid.) and two others, to be accounted for by them, xmountm^ to nearly $>10.000 more. The defence set up was ftaud and forgery; and after seveial days of great eicnemeut and anx'ety. tl.e document sgaiitsi the accused was examined by a commission of six of the first chemii-u ot tiie city, and unanimously proou'tnced a l?rgery ? tlie ink on Mime of the i>at?*-r over their signature, havmu been extracted by chemical agents and new writing substituted, the commencement a' the head ot the former, ,4Sr I)r.," and parts of let ers at the 1 tu*fflfinil?U lift lS? lin?il K? init . II L.nnlo - vt-rdici wn? only known on the PTnut^ of the 221, ud ita announcement gave qener tl joy, the syml>athieaol the hi?cin<-BH public hem1; mron -ly in invor ol the accuved. wh?n the b.inkrap' failed, he was knows to have varioua bllainetitt eft-eta. with home Tew ncepnoD", iracd to hi* father-inlaw, who hud been hotind for hun to a litri?e amount. It w?m not known waat had become of them He had declared a dividend, but on the pionuaed day of pxytneat waa tin<-ati>g Adjudged a c riminal and outlaw, he haa been living at Carao? and Jamaica, in diayrace, and of late jeara In p? verty, aut'h aa ?o ha*e received charity troin his former creditor* in 81 n tinge H?* la alao connect- 1 cd with aoiue of the high blood ot old St>nin, woo, it i? eaid, are atrouuly intere?t?-d in reatoriny turn The removal ut th? former American Gonaul, and 'he awomtmant of a talented and honorable yeriihiiino, Mr. Srwnll, aa eucceaaor, had given much aatial action; but he haa been there aorne k ven or cikht montha waiting lor perniieaion to act, and without any reaaon aa?igo>*d for the delay b) ihe authorities. On the 22d. aa order w*? iaaued t . '"force atrct quarantine on all vraaela from New York and Liv? rjiool, whether dire? t or from ottier porta. The rea?on aMi^ned waa that the ciolera h-J broken out on board an emigrant ahi|>. Tkutrlml M<i Sualcal. Immit Th?.4t?b.- It would All a k?k to irttll ?l' Uw trainee on algh'ly at thu grant tbwtr*. and t* datailba Um immu u4 baautlaa of "Damon ml Itlhtaa. ( ik? Marebapt'a at*~1 ? ?frW K," ?K? ?r TBa aatora. tna x^nrot of the nrxwdad audimra, fce. Lait eratlD| ?m |tn(?thta vaata* will k? greater Baiuixti Trutib.- Ot IIm '?etri?i of Mln Davvitport'a raeond ben?Bt. lea* night. notwithstanding tha laelam?>ney of tha weather, tha hnuae *ti *e deaaeiy erowded that wa aoald not (at a (I'npui of tha Maira. Wa. therefore. eaoaot apeak of the perlorasaaee; but, from our knowledge of Mi* Darenp< rt> poaar*, aba wee. d?u hMaaa. aa esoellaat rapreaauiatiea of iba oharaetara of Wra llallae aaJ /nliaua K.u> vm.it ft thu ? 1 - - ?-' Il*b ad and ai.rhrall*d aa To oubt MIm Oaaasport Dakar b?r |wt appaaranoa aa tba ' ?un*aaa. la " Ltn." <>o Voi daj nor Id atiil d*a?r*ad farorita Colliaa, will |ip?tr la tao hmrtu (tariitttl. BuaTf>*'? Thktii ?Tba oasaaaful o>u*dy of ' Leap I ?ar." Is eoanaet'oo aith tba very popular e mr lj of tba "Darloua huli;," o<>oitltjtad th? an" tartalamaata of vaattrday a?aoio* at thla faabloaaWa raaoit A ?trj numrrnoa aad latall'ftat aaaamblr vara praaoat. conlderlng tha Inclainaary of tba aatbar Tba parfoi a> a aa?* war a ??arut?4 ?lth dli tlB*ol?had ability, ahlia iba audlaoea waraaolha-laatta In i b<)'api I ia?a. I'or tba aatar alamrat t.> m n !< ? tba bill* C???>n?'i W?viaa?t, Tiinraa -Mr. W MaraaalL, tba g*?a'. Nia Tork tragadlaa playai Maobatfc laat <iT>lIii( at tbta Ibaat/a. wltb bit uaaal ahllt aad talaat. Tba < ibar eaat ?aa aigrllnl Tba at; tbl* graat draaa **? gat up and porfnraa* W araafng. l< bigbiy aradltaMa tu all aoaearaad, aad vat rairardad by land aad taplaroaa applauaa Arroa fm a Thutii -Tba aaw drama. "Tba > arty Daya of flbakaf.aara," baa tba varlt of gtrtag morh d?llgbt ta tba k?m of tba bard of \?on Tba biatory, o.*a?iaa(lt U of 8bak?baar?,ba* baan mala tbamadlum of appljlag aonaofhtsoaa baaat.fat oplatoaa to bl? ova attaalioa, aad Uw er?au* aa >ot-t-*t la thaaa* dlt'r. Tbcwgfc tbaaa'hor baa arraat"4 bl? oi'arlall vary agrambiy, tnuab wnaa ai'irbt N> d > with tba igtjxt both for tba parlaraara and tba gaaaral In laiaat n It" play. A* It la. kuam?r tba riraaa ?<? aiaada tb* applaoaa nt tba andiaoea aad >lr. Vaailaah ff ">Vak?f ?ar? with a baa.'Vy 01a fdaaoa rnrad to tba nbaraefar of tba hard To eight tba ?ntaMa:amai>ta pr?ma? atnati aau?rii?iit aad U la bat a lar?? a id?1-a aill h* pra-?nt to appreciate tba tfttuuf tba aotaipil?tag nan agar I aainr'a Oraa< Hai aa ? PCntblag raa aorpaa* tb? lltla ol ?aoa? aa * blab baa atlaadad tba a for la <?r til* b?rd, rlaaa Ui?lr eoraaaaraiaart la tbla olty r.a*-y >gb< tba bail ta otaaaal. A Baa prograa?a tor tbta artarao* a a< d ?f>au<g Va?. Laaaaaana'a KiiDi?gi-M tba lidity 1.1* brary, ia?t i.l*bt. B?t?itbataadta? lha atorm tbara ] b'ghlj ?a?M' nabla an.il?B-a to I a to I Ik* two ?o?l'?tir? of . t? l.aada'Blar I ha ! !? raadlb* ' Cn?K el th? Mkirt ' p?tU r# of and o?b?r hi-piy wlib ()>!? ?, propriety, f-iraa ? d ?l??n ea ?hiah mum mi'tfrr n?r? ?p"<l I i mi, in w? Im feawi Mmil pubii"> ratdara ?hoa? iikI') ut by bo lor t)?lf t?-*uty *tlJ> t hoaa of tbM aatlaiah a ! If A a?rana oca la bar own po*rra la all that la r?<|'<t*lta for er.mflt ? aacoaaa. ft? aha nn<1?r?? ar.4? lt> I'.ratliri : ??ri? an J U glfUd ?ltb a lull la nt iKtotia Oitarii - I laraa'i band appear at tbl? thaalra, n Nwnday fiacut, Ki'-n'h iriMT.- Manila % r? ' ap'?*IM ^willaii enupany a|>p*ar for tha la t Va?, tbla " ?. at ?ha am | till baa tra I'artoT laaaivaa In tha fid a raatnf Amra? Mi-a?r*.?Tfcnaa who can a^joy % roaal | <t livfbi't. In tklrb Iko; unit mt'niat- ly julfl lhar.t i ?!? ?. had twttar Matt tbla th-atra of fna an t alrri I rr ?t>l klliMl Offnl' ?t p? < ?? a a n I ? . '1 t * llnaatkn* of Vf kaa chtrao'ara tra er^ati Ira I Vaur r*m ? IV hl*a a f*?r< aadar< Bra itilljlt.m lhalf ?<?to ?nt?rtal?m?ot? a> ?.< Bawaty. Mr a*4 Mra. Wiliiak* ate p!*jt?: l? dtairdad kcoi?? In R? arrn I *i 11>? It lab ?fD?4laB and rooallal. a? raa*a at Uia lr< a<J?ay ob Mo?.,n atanlDf. la lb* -lri?a \m and r?dd? iba TUar ' Ia?r? ml Oomrnni Tlfat. ?fcra Jartga llaly AraiL l-^'M f*r HmSkr.- H*rc*i Ma'rt'J/ aa. f Mr ia?aa f Brady ?ta'?< tl? ?a?t fin Ik' (Jbibm? by blnk It appaarad that la a irtapula whleb arn*? Sata.aa tha pBrnaa, nnpaatlnf baxnaa* tiaa>aaiM a> IB battar tba dalraOaal mad' i?a of tha f. I.oaii f itafaMaiory aipraaali at la Mr. MI'?mII 'I III baaa aatofarti >d oil of you; you ara tba ? ??? at tblaf and ? atlaodiat ?- thai at?r IMi" tbaraby patl?? Ibaf and a baa* or'ma to tha p'alsllfl for ?M?l k* alalM aoatpaaaMloa at tba haoda of ba;a>y ?ba anon at of ?t AT* It vaa ?-at-ad-d - Iba fart f f tba 'la'?a?a. |>iat tba dafaadBBl 'all that " r?* *? f! * r>>*?? I) Ik* IT. ?ho U ? r< 'h 'h??t ?fc? tr???*4 hi in ralrly prtr# ft <|B*atttf rf hnt'*r which h* M ?ol4 to Mr kil'?k*ll; n Ik* f ipr??>4nti k?<! h?#? mulo n?* nf. H mm I* Wi- kM *f tk? '?*? ?*4 4*4 r>"4 I* jvr* !>! i? hh rtfiwiiM trt ww li t*l**4?4 k* Ik* fn?tk*r than *o *lfni? IkM th* ritiMlf k?< triitfM M? m?4 T*r?ia? A * hNB II COIffcT / # ??4 Mum nv *, Jmkm ZiKw ? Tkk It MtM Mr iMnlt m4 W'tvy *r1?>| Nl ?f 4t*p?'* M*?*? Ik* pi. I nil If **4 tk* 4* ?ko la lu?W4 of tk* pr??lM* *-?.>??-<! kt Bkk? 11?| IM kl< *11* It ihkl k- <1<f*a4 * ?' Mll*4 tk* ? !??? for lh* r?*l 4a* I?? Nnwki ?k?? vri ikeemwe *ln(Mll "| < !) * *!* ? rttU' NM tk*t wr 7*IN b**i? *?ll fct?**M *?4 ?k? * 4 H' klva Mk* ?* 4??r|k<4 t to Mm kiM IkM la *??k * rtaiaa* KtHw utlttM IE R A i i lector *ntr mw * woman In tofw* or *laoe Mr Zel; lor called on b<*r im??dlat?lv. tod '!? mwU ?? tint ailogod ?o bo r mmittMl. Tbo rldoooo for plaiotl?, vklota war prtnntpaliy that of afclM. woat to *h?? M ? m.... kr?/-Aira(l Mam *n<l haf Injured by dff?rdent. Mr Blunt on b?hilf tf thi 4* fttliut rhi?<l to irml Mr Z'llnr'i to th? plait, t bat Jndg* Daly rui?d It lnadtnU*lbl?. upon which Mr. Blunt inflated on hta right to do rt, and took br exemption to the ruling of the Court Mr Blunt then raid to the jury, that He had mrnly to remark. that ander th< nee node the aoi*>: of th? <Ia fradast in auob eaaee ?a? aworn. and a* the |u Ige had ' rnled again* t hi* reading It he would oontto# nla addre*e to nivplj retllrg thein th?i tta? iefxodtnt would prodnee wituee*e? t? dteprota tb? fanta alleged by r.be plaintiff Mr. Blunt th-o pr't-reitt! to examine | defendant'* collector, who taoweeer. wad not pr tent al I the alleged aaeatilt bat relj te?t|A?d to Mr* Shau ?e*ay'? eiet'ed e'ate, to her refuel ng to pat hl<n. and her rejecting that Mr Zaller ennld call blmnnlf During thie examination, the judge aik?d the wltoe** a ; queetlon a* to Mr* Khauneatv'a appeeranee after the I Interview with Zeller. wbrmupon vir Blunt *t<?Mf up, end rail he would reeicn the eaee. and anteifer* no further In It. tna*ma4b a* that tne examination of the wlti.e** *w t-iken tit of hi* b?nd* hy the jadge. I Nlr Blunt then threw up hi* bri-f at") I *ft 'h? oourt. Tbe junior oonu*ei for the Je'enoe here cxgr?a?ed a hope that the oauae would he adjourned. until ha oould procure the aid of other eottnael. ti? did not feei ju< tided iu proceeding with it. and he trusted that the 1 intere?ta ot hi* client would not t?? prejudiced tienauae ot tbe eeiduot of the cti>n*el who bad retired ? Judge Daly etd he wa* really at a io?a to know what offence the oonn*ai onnld ha?e ihKeti The right of I tbe court I* ucdonhted and It la not onlyan undoubted . right, but It U a duty re?r.tug upon the court, to Interrcgate a witnuM. bere it might olherwiee be In thu power rr an ingenious oounret to gl?r a coloring to the awe, whioh It dirt not properly bear He<r.h? Judge) eonfr? ??! blaiarir at a Ion* ro understand why ike counrtl In thin o.t?e had thrown up ht* brief though he bad ^een pome iatttoeeA ?b?r? a rlakit math,id bad been retorted to. 7 h* trial w*? tli?? adjourned o?ar t.? 1 thl* vrring From the pwooltr of j?ror* In attend* area, only n*na were empaunrlled on thl* oa*n. and one of tbf > CM-tog of tb* H?brt<? p<THi)a*l >a xon??d *rom Rtt'uilt g tfctn day. S?t.ir *?7 hull*# bit Httowh.? I Tb? rturo nlil lb?r?tor? h* Quictird bot- r? vight Jurors I MrSTEBIKS Of TUB Tai.MI'D?Tkrhi III K Ml'r. i lir.s in thr Ka?t ? The prewnt * *c h not only characterized by wonders, ini:>rovt mentis, discoveries and invention*, in all the hranohea of literature appertaining to the phyaical and inteliectail world, but is hlno sojrnully illabira'ed b/ the i Xj>oeure ol ceitain aecret practices and dark myateriea, hitherto concealed from the knowledge of au precedh g gmrrationa. The republic of Home, not ?atibfied with hiving proclaimed the Ull of the Popedom, nboliehed ihr lloly Ini'iisinou, uabi:red the doora of those eub'.errau'-ous caverns and gloomy dungeons, and g. ve publicity to th? trials , of the victim*. Th^papul power had ainct- beea re-ertabliehed; but the precious nnnuorripu have been carried off, and, by the nrrtiou* of some eminent Italians, nre about t - be published in Switzerland. But while all this was taking it? natnral course, I who would have dreamt of b? holding tli?. bloody myste'iea of the Thalmud eipoaed in their turn, and of having the trial of one of the mint a-svuije and ferocious murders ever yet r-coatf d in the untihla of criminality, ouce more brought befo*e the ptiblicl Who would have imagined ihai certain fanatic* use human bl x>d to molten their I hoiy unleavened bread! < ur readers will undoubtedly recollect the uniTt rsal sensation createo throughout the world, 1 by the discovery that Father Tommnw,* Chris j miM'onary from Sardiuia, ajid hi* eorvant, j Abraham Amara, hurt been Med ti? death, their liinba chopped oil' joint by joint, their bom* pwJudrd in *i mortar, and ?>? lr nmtiUted r? in tina thrown into a drain in th?-ctty ?.f iJamnscua The m?n<> rrifta of lUe original trial, an a-aled by th- French and Auatnan couanl* of that CUT, are n"w in thia "iry, nnd we can thereby defy th- 'Great Nation" to contradict the truth of our btaftnant*. Itwaa in the mooth of Augvat, 1+40, that this atrociona murder waa perpetrated. Ah soon at il became known to the avthoritie* of Dini**cn?, the Jewiah population of tint city lmai<*diately ent an envoy t? Vienna, for the put,'''** of informing Mr. Rothtehi'd that a ccrtaia barber, called iSoli>ru?n?one of the accomplice* in the murder?had to embrace the r-lurion of Mahomet in order to save hii> life; 'hat he had communicated all tbe detail* ol the bloody traced* to th* city authentic*. ?nd had exposed the niyrteriea of th* Thalmud, until then concealed from all ofSsr religions Hothrchild, foren-i ii>n the contemn nee* ol tuch a dfd?the repugnance and abhorrence it would create throughout the rr?t of the civilized wrrld, nnd the nh.ime, the dishonor, and the if* nun my it would entail upon th* Jewrih nation? uacd all hia influence to prevent an investigation idio mf mntier, and ?ucr. ederf, ?? aome nu ags, in prevailing upon th< Austrian cabinet, that tha Austrian consul in Imymwoi should nullify the indictment. The greatest difficulty, however. which had to be encountered in the execution of this diplomatic tnamruvre, w<?, that Filher Tara>na<? waa a French anhject Moot L* (.'oante d- Katimanton, French con?ul at Mimiacu?, lud deterni n?*tl to avenge the bruUl murder of hi* countryman, and persisted 1a carrying out bis nnbli in- | tenhoos, notwithstsnding all the gold and jewela which the Jews and their won* n cirned to 8a- < lakir, the c< n?ul's country aeat, to induce him to favor their plan*. FiuJing Kalimantan rrsolutn ?nd unshak?n, the next s'ep consisted in bribing the French cabinet. Mr. Lw Comte D'Appmy, I th?*n Austrian ar ha-aador in INris, now .a T'trn, recemd a note fr? m Prince Metiermeh. in wrtiali he wu commanded to induce I'hil p,* ta e???l new matructioua to hi* consul at Dimancna, ordering him t? sn*|?end all oro-wrti tions ag <in?t ' the icon? to im nd immediately t-i Tieenn ill the j documents connect'd with this tragic aiiair?to lol'ow the policy of ih- Aua?rnn e?n?ul, ) en'! ?o AMt| all races ot the cirne frf'Uit f Philippe wae easily prevailed npoa, and Ks'irma'.n iti *r.i ih> new hmnwiHiM !' rt Dm F'eich rnn?y| ?na not to lie bough'; aod, ir>digoaal at the outrageous conduct of hi* governrn nt. emir ried rather to r-aigo hn cemmUaioa thaa allow the airwuy of such a ciime ininn wi>h iimvinity. Tlie Austrian *o?'riiin'?i having now HcrrHl d in remo?<ng trie laat obstacle *rti:ch pr.-vemed the attainment ot tb>- r had in fM?, found it an esey rrn'ter to settle the di*'r?aeing d'^rolitea. Tr.e Austrian roiwul at lUmnseua r'< ei?rd, aa ? recomp? nae for the seal he mart* Wtrd in (hi* morrim in, <mm*ns> aimsi l in ?n?-y, with whxh he t nilc a rrnrtile p*lacr, which, even ai the preaent d?y, roasutute* one of th?* grenteat cirwMnra in the Kaat It wan in this war, and thi< tajsb tin mc nieana, that I'uihaoluld obtained ?h? MtppreM>ioB ol the tri.il ; hut, unhappily lor ihn Jaws ami 'heir Thelmnd, ih'* r? port <>l the trial d aspt*wd. notwithaiaaditif th<" ? s^erat aad c.mHilMtnal agent had b?en aeat to iHmtacua. for tlie )><]rt?a<- ot pnrchttiug, it any coal, the iaH**-nceo( | the I'nrha, sn<1 any dc i<in? it w-iii^u a'the inal lleteiiji*?B l{o?na? bild refuted to pa? thn A* ! titan k< v?rnm? at until such time a* <h- efijieal re|"rt rTiixiiii be loun.l and ?1eli?e?? d to h m '>rd"ra * ere now a nt to all the ni'n-of-wjr in u?e Arc it- , |? lepo, and to the fa.lice tp the diff-reat ciln-s of , th>- Mat, tonrrest n cer'aln Abdallth, wh ?, it wt? th< oght, had cat i led awtjr tlo- |ire?io4ia r?lic of the " < !ti at Natirn.'* lint till iL.-ae atu rnpt* proved Llt.al, mm. I? ,1 t?n-l> ?r, M'| %IV UMHIir 11)11^ W| l? ? '"W ci i Id a?l br tminri fop* Orrgoiy XVI , prr^taine la thia eircnro- ' 1'irir a pr<'bi>blr triumph tor ihe Cukolie rdi ion, a* nt (.'ar<lifcai IWniriii to l>iiwtacnato rrww tn?- trial, nad togruh?-r ali pt?aaibla nr??o'inta ? !%ti?r to ik? Diurdit. Put UothM IiiM, trarmf from i tbi? auJr, that th* trw?lirr roieht roiiw to |wibli>*ttj i ?(iia, ?i?rt< aaic thf pa|*il fo?i*rani-nt l?jr ??w? inHut-are ?>f g'?M, ant ( ?rdiual H?ru?tti waa rr- ' Ct Med, *h? took with him a r<,pt o( ?h*> original Mr*r*ll<( Fatbrf T?>n>Bta>?nniJ bia a?r?M??, wSirh an lotmri ia a fiia???i at lUmaarna Nuitrithrtnrnl'iiu. honewrr. all tbta* t-nd#a?o?ra on thn pr rt? I Mr Kvtbat nild and tktTrWiaa aation, o burr 'hia homd d?rd ia obacaruy, th*> <>ng nal ro?y of ib* tiiai ha* bt^a |>rr?a*rT?4. Ijalortanat?l? fi* tha p. rpMrator*, ih? majmaerii* t? at p""?t il thla enj, and will very abort If co?* bHorr thr public ia tlv hap* of a Koolt, tlln?rai'd wvh tfc* portrai'of tlw twa Hnhipi?v muMfni, and i o?b*r ^MTa?tt?fa, reprearatit** ooiw af tb?- b?rr bit- aorora ot ihia m-ira* rw> mwrifie* oa tba altar nl r*l glnnaatrtMsitf. Tbia trial wtll b<- > it>li-4?-d ia Yorit ia a frw dafi L<Uc I TWO CENT!. IM INTERESTING from CALIFORNIA. IS AlftZVA& I or TUB UTIAMSWirf I CHEROKEE AND EMPIRI CHIT, I with I Over Two Mfllllen Dollars la Gold tait I ONE MONTH LATER. I REVOLUTION IV ECUADOR. I Arrival of the Sieairship Tesntstoo I AT PANAMA. I CHAGRI8 IN atvzsrs. Eitrnordinnrj PuifV Pi?M?t> of tb? Clunk*. Jkc., Jrc , Sea. The steamship Cherokee, Capt. Wigdle, arrived, ear(y yetitrrday moraing, from Ohifrea, after a very quick paaange., She bring* ?t?e month later news from all parts oi the Pa?tA?. The Empire City came in liateveaing, with ifea -dine news. They left Chagrea on the 26th utt. Wr are under m-iay obligation* to Mr. Puae, the purwr of the Cherokee, Mr. HaJI, the iwmr of the Kmpire City, aad Mr. Bavley, the U. S. mail agent, for their kiadneaaand atteatioa ta lb* early delivery of our d#t?patches. The following ia a liat of pas??agera ia Um Cherokee s? PAMKNOn* BT TlfK 6T8AVSUIP <. ITKEOK H. Limit Ldwurd nrtol?y. tj S N j furor H?ar* *l|?>a.?a4 r?r*?i t I..S N ; Pi?< J aid. M. P. J??e? V 1* ; W. 4. BmIrv nod Ifrtut. Hail ttifl: Mr* tl??n Wr < >* ?. I >? roolt J i. I'?b bort, n?? Tarn**, K II Wiiln. K H?rWrv J O Brll. W U )?< t r?B, A i >o? ?rJ. D C Oil tun %kd hiiim J alia l.tli.hrtr John Moymrd. J J lelu>??m*olnT. S J *bnt it J? l|. ior. E K W illiom rmwknll. 4 m !?I.eun. Roturt Hiincao 9 8 M< <dy, v?Tllt?>n llrut* W H arivouur. N H Brt w?r, J K Hr??r?r I) tiillot. Wm * ?rli??? 1 homo*. Out'er, B K f BOB iw?w. Hw rvjII-'HV J I B "tn-r, Thou?? Wlulo J I'orluoa. J?Hi? I-mitt il> < > (111, n, S?t;.u?l J Hall Cbu Tukw, Ooa Drtl um, .1 u Pielil'E* ^ li" Pot orioa. 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