Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 22, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 22, 1850 Page 2
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balding tbo Pf?t poritlcn in their rtfftfdrt ndr# ? k i ill* after pi. ft 5 ho will five you the mo.-t ittraci u Mtrrltiiiiiittil; lb* ilbtiiiKV!?b>d HI Leon. fanny ? erito and u cotf nr ballrt of the IHi?l eli'|falil aud % It. u.i nt kiud Mr Mitchell i? a prince iu mjaap .?(!?Iflltl no ix pence, is very active Had eulerpr ?itip and command* the beet talent and the most tK*h:on*bic hcuee* lien now at Llirr|iool for a low ? fhU, villi hi* trench company und u* wuu a* be an get away ?iill?- phiut'dlli Broadway. wbeu be w,ii UK to the popu'. : " from the- Balt-ry to the other t s?l < I lifciiii.iltau a In ioit here from Mile-Kiadt" Brixton I 'luagfue tbo detijjlit of tbo public to wittiinr* the *r<Nt inipirsooutinii* <T Bachi'l, and tbo daiic ig.il auuy i > nb' with a grand troupr of ballet i 11. iln.i of iiih i.t will In wi arranged * to in maud the had ' g HUilioi tin of Boston. i'lnladelpblaalidNiw toil, an I will h :i -ja'c ulatiol) of cuorui<?. m- (.ml utle I ut fii.du ll i* the muu to carry it through > i.eoi-ofully. no shuing uiude h< r flrot appearance last night jt II . v . . iy 'I'lo att performing Norinn. iu - lion l'u.,u.iN' " H a a." completely succsai-ful. and tbo 7iiai? Itiiauiorn ng ray the tinulu created a /ur?r?, ncuiligt mil.J the gnat doiuouai ration* in the day* of't uy hind " I abbitho also npp ari-d for tbo first in o (hi. mim n. Hi1 was quite luuis. If. Pignor Taui* ti rl k tbo in * ti nor lion Barcelona appeared Itat rig It at the Ilnyiil (ipcru and nnt wilb groat success. In a- a hut lon o. i? a g> i>d aolor and will bo a favorite t uatcllaii. as Klvirn. was adinirath The patters L . re uro tailing upon Burton to give u night to blurrl* Harnett tb. author of The rieriou* rannly. now I itii1 played at tin- ilayuinriii t. I he dn-iuai.c u lii .i talk i induing their work* a* pri vate pmptrty not publiahiutc aiiy uutr to cut off the rum. manager*. Auter l.u* writt u a v w opera. " The Prodigal Sou ' The trot hi r trii ?h l?a?? ^r-Jui-cil at tin- llapiu irk-t a in w tuiliMiii <>u lvanhoe. auutuacoil ?* "Sutt rie (i?ir ik" t'yoiou vuJ Iplugniu ha b-en I 11 -duct J at the I.y ? i uui The Mother'* Dream liatx t II perKili.i u Hi till! Adi Iplita It in from tile pen ? l Jilnld. 'Hie Olympic hua been cloned ever-luce the itarge .-.gu.ust Mr. Haiti, of appropriating n Ln K Ichlgliig to the tilobc lu*urnuce office to his ?ti u.-e Mr. li a veil port and Mr* Mowatt arc tbere1 i. dome nothing V. very lady hen i-asking who Mr Jamas Plialen. ti.. Am- riekii, 1*. is i* dousa > ..i <-( bund to the poor of l'aii* wLd ill* dinner parties I i MiHr of the tlll.-d pe uliars id till' ountiy audi lie coumieiil tire rnlcu lated to make him Ini uii> hn:Je.<. t'lievalier Wykoff ran fn m t uv end t I I art- to tie- other, tuk.ni>: all thi ciedtt to hiuti-elf tor intri luring the dial iuguisbed no ieiy of I aria to Mr I led- I. * d.tiner table Mr I'l.aleii. by bis own merit*, might hav- had better roiu pni.y than tin ilieiulli-r ot. aineit for Inui tortile Conutii* (iui iedi. and aurli gueats. are alwuv* ready Iodine uitli any party ihal claims to have a position Mi I I at-i. of it nr.-- i? laughed at for honoring such pi i pie u liltve figured at 111* bouse though they are ti: I. d I it ti.< mber h.m as a very efficient ami worthy tu kit iclli r ot In uioiii tin atre in llot ton, *onie years as- , at . rvards ?? liim ?iiperinti tiding the lotlerie* diawu at IK-th-id in l* 4 and hare admired his iplei il -d wausien in I uiou rquure. liothaui Me is an kcelleut tunu a trueiaukce audit i* a pitv that M Ik.' II sin i Id imp- -e Upon Hi in in li goodness oflie.trt th? i ..it <1 r.d- ule aheh the.-e dill lei parties have ciial-d MkM anon. 1) '1'. 1 in port? nt fm in Sjmln. Mot' Vi Ml t-p nil. SIMMSII anvniM.KVI RELATIVE TO (TW-dlU1 MP UrrrSMSKT, ii . ETC. Ai.Itllifi' lit "I : lie Willi i lii' e f'| n UI"ll Milieu war 111 tlic Italian i xpedltinn arrived at VaVuela. Irorn l .rrilniM hi the 17th and ?a? to leiiyr tk? neat day furl iiili/ til* ut tkt MjUatftmii I'll! Jrru ttd lo ( ulta It ?a* eonipuard of the fantilla, l.mn I'Uirro. Colon, til Vi lim n itrnmrn m il of a corvette uuii a bri?. Ii i li the wti anierr had into* Tin' Caimlnrea ul AiiMfiUrra. ?i rr i ii bmud the ft' imer? hat inn mbarked at itnrerloiu for Cadiz 1 he r. n.ni ??ioti alunC to d< r> rt for Cuba in coui[>on il <>1 tlfor* Dorai Ur n idler ?f tie .Navy; Aiui.it. Mil iary Kiifdl'i-er; ami Anlnuio del \til. a nuperior cftiernt tb> Fli ance Iiepartnienl. The cvmiuiaaiou ! to be pr< fiilnl o> er bjr Uenera! M ira-"l The // i*.do f|~ ak- ol the coiiiwi--h'li under tlie pre. ili ;.< v it I i unl Miruetl a? likely to aail within a few Onjn. In thin C' lumif. iou the Minintrli n of the 11 emu? M.ii.r W ?r and I'll inrn department* -in rrprefeuteil by I ount II nil <liht r. lliiir.il. lirinadii r Alual iiud 5enor tit 1 \al t< riuerly areounta ut-geiieral ill Cuba.? It tay> that (here U no project of Invadlux the black reruiiii ol llayli a-fluted iu u Cadiz (taper 1 be I'urt# < orrtt |.undent of tin Imudou Time*. ?ay? ? I etier* frt in Minimi rieeived hero thin dajr. confirm thiire i f yerterdav refin the unrafine?? felt with refen nr* to the Inland of Cuba What Inn ociailoneil alarm I the allt p <1 fact ot tin Amerft unf tuktutf (iepf III roved the l< clinic ol I.UKeiud oil the point. Knyl ii d .1 if rtliiilltotl i- the only ] over that eould tflir uclly previ ut \ncri.~a from taking |to?-c?.nou of tula anil it if wtntttd Ihut her filyectiou-eau bo eaally ren.t it tl bv Am. r:<u hindin.' 1. r-elf in t.?v nil tin. 4kin>>< i t on Snam. and putting uu mil t" the tium > iur a. ? ubu i? cvnrvrni.il Ttiv put uivnt M ilir fitiwl" in It'rlfa unit ludm emeat: but It i* rtatol in ilu < Spui.i'h b tii r- that tin- American* are air l but ili< oil.. 1 iuduoi uu ut would act - <> iwerfulljr in tb> i.i.ti-?lm. iv party in fiigluiid that the ItitlMi komtlu. tit roul.i ii t ivvii if It Im I tliv fc.l re?Wt the pn-M.u f. vllhout which urh an advantage world | ii dtrr If ycu add to tbi* tli< knowl.dgo that DtD) of tin r.ally induct t ml mid in tilt lit <l.i--r< in Cain wtui.l I .id Willi |il> Ill I' I ho r|uirut ion front th" molbi r rouuliy jou to ty judge of th ilrrt firwluceil lio tin i ai roil tit raja : ? H.r atr> utile mid to In* rrrritnl fr"in tho i-lmd of Cut a < t ?u lnvr?anog ilidrn tin re tor M'|>ariitivn froui fiaiu mill ..( abnegation to tin* lulled Slate* nre it i* itij not |?>r? dlf. i uiagii.g A spam-h paper ?lated vn.r tino* all.re |A.u j*.rt t.f the "Sltuftiftt a/ f'aunt M l.'..'I mi. tu th* 'Jlttt tkti t/ i/.u lA-'.' jd won. ww low qf the i ./f he fo H'l ha' tA'M j:lt >tO tt/i.'p *J >t?>" t'f?t A.'.w aimiiti f"i aity ltd*. Ae tktn.tj ijlrr it /or tult to Ike a." imet u' tl'.i .hmftnn V i I nt. m uir ri toon for brli. tiu| thut thv opinion of * wiv ot the w< altbt? ?l n d tnoNt inttui-nttal of the Cat n niri rl ant > i? (but ? pit ill rauuol hold the I. laud lor n.. r> thro ftri year- I ng. r mi l it I- probable thai tliv wlrbt i f thr no reliant* t h> una l*e- .irv iu faror of a Mpurath ti At u'.l ettnt mine of thru, well eoullnciit that th< ir iuromea would !?? more than tripled if l uha la rami an American poaai a.ton. Something ha. t...n-n.d of the aiiatvncv uf a treaty. In rlrlue of wb.rh t ogland Srun. and Am- rlea guarantor the poerernion ?.f 1'ul.a to th> Spaut-h ciowu. On thl? however. there arr doubt* PpNitu bide fair to ritaH'alifortiia Hold Ua? horn found < u tin Iuut" aud in thr and-' t the l?oum. in lirtnada Th. luhabtlaut* f that r. trout nr.- n. -aged hiiii wii-uiii|f i?'i i.ir p"Timr ui' i <i a ij..ui?i>? rkimillf In ctn; fortu <4 raa , rrratli>n (Ml ! Madrid lao * . hit. 1'ii nforuinll ir tin pnrpi ! <1 uuiklitp linn rich rod.truly A tiranr da Irtti r < i tin l.S I, ?ir? 11> >t ihr | plr nf U> u.lait. in ltn n iiborliiMtil of !ranidi ir - nil L|>H il III ? ' I n b I |i< lii-iil. * a till-li il l 111 I'll lullII I in thr mill nl u liuitnr \ ira. Mmi n"hll Hilar, mi l l.a bub a Ho mil. r add* 1 hail Ihr urtr.?lry |a?t nftaitf to Tlill Ikt hi>ll?? ratliil Itofta Junna ulurr t)i? aurtfrrnn. rand" nu?t abi und and I mi inorr ban MO nun offii| ii U in amrrh tig f t m id Itrinir l?a> an dull n Mian mai'jr ! w...i . ? mii yon ill it tlii lalnrt ia (uanrtid into a I'ntori hut wl.al I havo nuiynlf I* llixl a ikllful uinln r iiiiiv asirm I alio iu nala m rtli In a day nr. I by puttlni up apprnprlava mar bin rry laryi amount* in*jr b* rttrr.-ti J ' Thr f'.'amrr I'V-firr fataliM tli" f llnala^ aliaurd yaiaiirai ii uuiltr Unit tiibr.dli r tin- I dli Otir aatlr arr run rid villi a atr .nirr plirar 1. In tufti in tbnllikt' i i rr I I'laiit... -ml 11 a iririin rhatN H|.?- <u Pplit -n a i up la* i "tal?at thri ."panili irrnr. raia tli m ral Mnrllmr li.nri.ril Wal.'in .; (i. in ral Lara tli aati' r ?l Alur-I * and llmrralOrdmi'i liorarm r i.f < adla a- wi ll a* Hr Hr.i. ki ulairy. thr Ki.irUali t'i n*ul at i tid i 'III. rhaili i.k'i' i urln-d in aarhtr and imullii. i n.-uaji tli..t ?ritiatu ft an. i nidi. Iillift it Inta rratli.K fruin I'm 111411I. , imk tun r nr 11 1 i-klmii>:ntV m?>*.?uh h.uwivl tn a Ul kli t > i l.*'**. Thr adab ia fV. to Lltlaiu arr of thr > tli nit A Irt. tar 1 f thai dat<- ray lorn| ri ti thr Atn.ri an claim thr l'r.-?idi-tit'< tatarayi ha* had thr Itirl i f nnikiuf tin f ti-raiarnt In k mil. i hi M and piv*thr it ir*?*ry *n*Wrra au I aa| laratii n> I la liarr Count ' : I ha? pr .p I a taiimrrtiminri.thrr p>wi r and furalrbi-d-in b d?* ai m-ntr a* ?ill hardly all w Ihr ' iur- -? to tulr otrrm ana*nri-a auburn arrt-pttog tb< fttaa . darbi tration A? ntpiru tbr .Imm (tor tin taut- of thr tomrral Aituitri 1 a private r d tltnynl at bayal In 1*14 hy ( 1 n in'd ri I I yj'a flc?t tin Lmlirli *..?rrnr? tit ba* fnrnirtnil nr.unvi ribbarr la prove that ah- tlinrrai Am *ii. n* frod into an uiiiiiii. l U>at wn m aim ai- ! t?. in r | i|> ami J mm i.?1 ol iti.ti > f Htttr* ' Ii.r. i i U?jfc l? |i iht ?|i j? a?alrt-l In r ?b'n la-r i ri-a art rate Iwran.i u a?l> T. i tin ?hon I do n i tulrk ?m Iur< an power til! fat. r .'onaOi.iin'arlalm ttpoa Ifct I' ntltiiWM-. In a ra?. wlnrr tiny h?il na |?wti I" ptel'it tbe Ainrri. an ?ror| or that kl't'Ulrf a nl'l r?a<ai.i<r any n < h il<r -n ti ?rr? It a itn aa-<lu*t ai Many cnnlran umg | Trial of tin Kara tilth ami lilatrim Nrtt llcri W *t? ?Miahl|> I ll> rt (fcrotii tin t.itropeall Timer ft maMKl; thr ulhrr day that ?< nin .nnr. l iht laaai h ftf Ihla nntdr nail fki> la new rra.lt for arm lb# prtcire date, wlilrli n ark a rapidity a?> ?atraMd iw.ry. aeftn net nnworthy of brlnf rreordrd oa I. .. i. ti I rln eafy ihii the launch to?H | lacr tin tin It! if Mnltli (he (! " ! ?h p a.*a at III. rranr I iih In 'h?- Intliif. f. r I). purp ? of r> Kin* Itrr utaah torr i l< a I fin tlir J ft hrr at rant ap ml n a* h vi ? 'ii lu. l' ii. at.>1 on the -.'7th ail!' n font Vtrfcrafttr I'.nc iaiimT.itl. altr |.r rw li I ilewn thr | I lydr ' e thr t.airi..< h le f t hrr f'MpM'aa a Ij titled. In lull riff and equipment for tea. t'enaidtrinff th< w. il l at .I pi a?r '.f llir rnylai't ami thr nia/iittnle rt lit on?l thi? riirrity of de-jiatrh ott thrparl id fc'"r. T'dd an.I H I (refer ha* |>erh?p?. rrarerly a psralo I In ibi aonatf of tt ?ai rr ill tV< umleratanj 'hat thr t'lty ef tilaryow, prrti. u'ly to p>in( ttp thr (taillirh (ti \ti |.ii'.|aj atrrlrln J out p. utilt thr Camt-rK an.t that tu lair (teaming tkr Mile |rn j a??. a tjttarlt i km la an hour, thn< ever.Jinf tin'el .......... ,,,, ,,r. RUl, i.y nr.nnr two ?w' nitnooali f t mil,. Km trim l,? *|. r,l. |,?lnt foul f. *1 ,1 *ft of ?i tir nor. aft 11 an fnrwa..| ,11..1 !ht> I MM w I0| ping the .urf-er folly tv Itr itirbr* Till* in an ample ou-r< lulii. lu . lu. nt a tot tinJ.nM that ?l J. r rai *? * i t ?Iik h >h< ha* been r penally ocmtrrrli J. the Hit of til ?g * *111 jr. * .inn tun. at) nail. <1 In *p> I 4 The m?J,-t,r l. auu r ?> lot Wrek titiI at ** f? r *rrrr*l day proving h? r?. |f in not p. aaiblr way In ordar that ?lir tuay prnrred <?n her br.'t aryapr a* a *ourd ami wrll-tri'd -h'.p Tli.tr |* now i' doubt ?hal. r, r that thi* mngnilftnl tr<??| will (noted on h*r votapr to >r? Turk on lk? Iptalalri 4oy namely the ldth of April, an.i wt learn that ?ha I* uktiy to tarry ' n? a foil complement of yatwatm. tw.-third* of the b* rtb* Iti both c*Mn- bring already takm up Captain Math. w*. wo hear la jultr ,I. light. d ? Ui hi# 0. w thip and b. r performance*. which Indetd far *nrpa*a hi* rapretatton* llr I* aanmiinr of at*k i g a rap'it pa**age arrnaa thr Atiantlr an,I It la to K keyd lb* r*?alt will br aurb a* to e*tabli*h dtntt In irrn Inllt ahlo* a* w. U ?* in tb<- > ran pro p*Ut? praparly ap| Ur4 / 4a?< rlmn Affaln In K?(lud< f IV* mi li e Lh*f|*tl Mail. Mirth 3ft.} The iaeon?id? rule change in birr navigation law* ba* r. cti r? J I aidant to l < a rwpplinnt in a foreign touutry W r perceive by the lat< "tarrival*. that 8ir Henry l.olwer tin representative of Ureal Britain at Wa?hlrpt< u bar ndrtrwil (wo letter* t<> Mr Clayton. the Secretary of foreign Affair'- to the llepublic of tin United h-talr- lit the brrt. Mr ilenry lag* to know whether tlii i Mtnl Main * ill permit a British ?hip to tnole with l alU i iiia on the *uiue term* a* h 11 Americanfhip Tin lrtaiin nl lUnlrurU air. Clayton to Uy the letter Lietele Coup tewHere Hun. 1- a blunder at the very beginning. \\ iiy w a a question of ro murli import*nee not fet-tlml lileri the l'i peal i! the navigation luw* ' An Amei nail ship can come to Liverpool, nnil riirry cargo to ihi Kun Incite*, or any of our colouie*; hut hating nltriil li r Liverpool she rrtnnot proreeil with any | arao li (ilnagnw i.r London This would he deemed an iiifiartiou of our roarliog trade regulation* On i the other hand a British ship CHtinot carry cargo fr 111 1 Ni n 1 i ik in California i- frutn any <ru port in t'H I uited Stater to another fur that would he a breach it t In Ir (.'Carting law i alil'iniii in unt u colony of the 1 nni d Mutes a? Jamaica i" of Knglund ft iI'tirt of the territory of tin- tinted State* a di*tant eetlii nn nt.it * true, but Mill part of the main laud. An Ann rican flop can bring freight lr-it .New York to l.iv ipool loud there for t atnida discharge tbut? anil bring a raigo from ' anada to Jamaica. That war our fin.will gilt a prm I of our undoubted liberality. Itiit s Liverpool ?|ii|i < aiinot taki fri >g!it to N'ew York, and i argo fir- ni I In i ee to .New Oilcan* or Sun KraueUco Thl- i* tin ti x in wire li 41: l.aleueliere lot* plueed I ui- end i? to hi extricated I'ri in it that Sir Ilenry 't i Lulwrr l-egf. 'I lie Me. ol ep. tie if of a more extraordinary nature j We tepy here :? Unroll liiiATiOs. WxsiiiM.tok. Jan. S, 1 -.'iO. i ( ii ?li l.i .1, i i. l.refiut. I tu lor Majesty's govern r. t 'fill Iter- i-mi i i leu, i>D tlir port of tile e \ rumen i i li i 4 i<iu (1 Mmi< . t? im r< a '*.)>< ilntii i upon British ir e i- ; ii?'i lata the i i iuii 8mn, 1 have baaw iui.tru< u"i hy herplWWt M express t" tf.e DlllH "tut-* . . i ii.i. . i t ;: . I y> l ut I > til . ill' u ? ili 11- ll'.iuls tv tlio i >*i4- if |" *i >1 1 y | i' n,i tarul uf the I'liiteil Mat. v i nl, nil . <i} vi "I I , ivtly i'I n I In 11 > 1 | ro4ii> .i"li: suJ I i -ini i t tii f trvr, fir i' v "M it | art, thai an mimama (ion "! H i i,i i t llriti' 1 pi" ilnrt r inn. nf.iet ir- it, , HI ,i in it.ij,t n|, u tli Hri -li mnmnnul hn?. I t a series f 111, u. i.rm, lieu ineilllutll.g the >11,1111 ri I he'liiru till] tWil i tiRiriii. v. aid j.i ' . ? in;, lin.u'neii le cBcet np ti ' rut,lie , i ii.ii u in hut iii.?! ui ail tuinelf, he.. Ill MO I. BII.U Ell. Wc venture to userrt tlnil In I he annul. of diploma- i cy i.i tllit p like thi? v ue ever lieiirit of Eur impui. lire it i.- tontchles* Tile govt rumen! "f the I'uiteii Hntisaiei ;nested not to lucre: -tile duty on Briti'I in li i,i II pmui il that it would be"iliwi :rn iUt ' I- r. rtnln piii'th ? ill this country The admission '>1 ' British iron into the I tilted >lati - at tin pr til ?eal, til limine - di?;i(*reeut>le' to tli- Ul.lll llf l Ifl l'l m lit Alio ro a \\ liicli ol il ear two partli a is the American , p.n iument to serve?their own cllueu*. or llritisb subjects ? \\ t In'lii vi t ie tiie duty of every government to proli 11 the tntiTi 'l? of it* own people to tie just lieioi i iln y an-gi nero u? 't he rttir.eus of the republic , an iiiiiii iv to improve nud excel in manufactures it 1 leu in mini ambit ion. and II latin duty ot tlu> rnverninrut to encourage, promote and gratify it Tilia I run niily li d< in liy protection s.nlnst fore.gn competition I nh ss protected their iutiuit ent ertn ieo must tail Ne nation ever yet reached eminence in the art* | v. :th< ut pn tertlon. and Ire,jointly to tin- extent of ; i nhibition, and thi Americans may depend upon il t hey liftvi no chance of eurn ? in the manufacturing of in n t.nle-e they exclude front their markets the I manufactured iron of this country. He-idef ou what ground" does !*ir Henry Hulwer pre i me to elate that an inr i i-.i. e of the A niericau tuiill " Mould product a very di-agreeable elfert on public i pu.it ii :i I upland He Mates Hie fact on Ins >>?u authority hut t o a i:ii-rcpnn utation uevertheloaa. It i un unfounded am! tint unwarrantable statement liki it. hut their liking t>r Ji-liking. L* not "public opinion in Knglaiui. It iu painfully humiliating to nee tin- re pre* utative i f (J to i n t :rt( I Hi in tin position of thr Jfjeoti'ii ami dying furilii.nl Wolwy. b> .ging "U little earth for i in! i' y builyii.p wiir- lUilAire panto in hut ! it iliil in t answer Begging in Anniira may Ik- more much- ful but it i- ti t. tbou.-ouii times inure ilmgraee; ful \\ w. ulil rather one null ot n11 the blunt lui n tees i in 1 ngliitiU wete Mown out than nee the i t"?iiel iiug i luinl re bumbled? ?c beggared! [Frotu tin I . n b ii flironii le April 4 ] Krotn iuti lligenre recited in the tieglnniilg of lust ' ueik.tii leMi.eil thuttbi publication id a corresputtli nee l? twei n Mr llenrjr ltuiuer mill Mr. flayt >u hud | n I... d ?. me little disquiet In the L ni'ed M ile*, and hud ven occasioned a li bate in tie* Senate Thr rent ia eiiir* il Hi.tin d'utely before th- departure of the put k> t vbo li f.ri light i itrudricee. amlHhe consequent nn Uu'i euess of ' It uor units reiideieif them io our : opinion unfit l< r comment Mr Itenry'* letter*, in- ( <liol runii to bund, but they uernieil perfectly uuob- i Ji : f i.Mt . miU v.t* w . I r tin'. I u* ct*Ui," lli*il in w.ul | ti 1' I. lor fulfill r I xpll'IIKli u df tlir inuitiiolioii who b | Ibtt wi.i rrjKirt* ii li? hair iirlltil Tin* Inolircl of tin* i I wiiailft l::i tuppli-ti lli>' ilt tuil- of U?* affair. Mini an* j mi happy to ray thai it ki ri'lmiinlin uupl. a-iut ' rut| i ton w tnrh I ltd fi>rn tl Ii or If. If wr urv nut iul-lftl?.*ii. in |.rrwm? .11 Inpti plan* :i. wi II a* ti|>nn oiir?i<|ri a 111' \rrj libit* ditfij.lr >1 111! I'alaitTatoiilnii nrliuol who hlirtifiit' u: m IVaabington. Inn* not born n. git nlug itny i f tl i-i lit(It- il.plininllo olorrvnnn? whiriilit uhrrr C'l'iilti'il willi oafoty- tin- ttU ulitti ly it,l -;t*nMil.lt* iii ill. f?>? i f fiir 'ti.tilivi riiiuini trnn.* th" Willi.- Itinki luLi t'< b pluin dutjr which li * m.-J to tin rm.ntij t'-iit iii-ori dtti el him II.I.I In ihn i wnl til a <lrnr ripht In . ..tirt* "ii?ly signlflrd t" Mr I'liytcn tin- opinion ofilii KnglNb ..-on rinui nt mul on tn. mi.ii.:- ... in tin- turn which tbr Auntr'.oan pro* tirri. i,i-t? i.n .h n.initio, 1 lir (lirturbaurc ?Utrlt ttm i Ii. t.ti? ii .. .1 !'??. WTrtWlti'.' IjlJl'lllC d i triif .t-mul I'l'l ,; !.r " ft l.tth I Iu.1. . i In ; .it i thi itj; iu? i't rtion t"c-tin r w t'li ? t.-i-ut ui i irk on En* I ami ami ht-r Mtnlatrr by tliu Scunlt.r tn tn lb* uiotit'poUat Matt* of IVniiwjrltaiila. ; Tin iattn t.i.nifi itbtliii ??t promptly robot. >1 by ihc t\ t. tiit l it lnpicuon* niitnl'tr* of Iht* At-nuby Hint lirltl.til to it . Ml J ilia till inor aorta* to liun- product d M-rj *111011 io? offrct tliun tal^lit Inn- lio*u 11p. rtut lit'lu tl.-it bii itlup* lituutallot) of | obl.c law wbloti liutl bit tin- A tn* man tut pit* lulu many alt* lunlltiii. and tbclr rait * Into a ft w ?i*riou* nn-dako* V\ ? 1: 1 it 1 tin* Mihjtci of Sir II. mi tin or .jit-r in, with a friendly r* eouiiiu udatlou in tin- f tl/n 1 fTt r 11 ? >1 < Ml ?:. \ M.p. *r fluoi:* ?ip-or lli.-it inn) LroiihW it in a Mm 1. 1 t-uaurr of tin br .*d lv iiiinVi a hu b itr not i t 1. gtalniion lm? |lTtu h> Irfbrt tko ?*.,tirl it nation* 1 hi* t-,r*t of liia c 1 itniinicali.inv 1I1 u.h I. b*. utlr .rti .1 It f* alt. DU..11 in Autr. ir ? tluu tin oilirr ?iriVi? tl* a- fifth luort Jtwrrtiu -I Tt matk In tl. It Hot Sir llrnry t p. an a ?i?n*t|>ia* .I. nit it ti tbr B a'l.ltigt.o gu*? rtitnrnt 00 tlir autyaet I I I till C! tip trhili IIe rnUiii,. U< - II mil li.' -wli. with ait a?< 1*1 that, hi rannt't el m fur Brit it li uot|i ii>- t fhwi ta tLr ri mnirrre In i ween the Atlantic |H.rt? t>i tl > l ii<>n; au'l we nr<- eorr) lli.it * mint <nfi?- li'? kuui'H b to tx will-Iotiuikil la oattin n with tin t euliehteu. U ultucetM ot coinluirrtnl i nihi. | .ill' 11 terjr it- | ty ri urcttnl the ui.l.T flii< b i i i in ri ! r? to itriifi'l. w ith lliat ptu l of the xv'i J?'?l umii tilI- ti tjfti iu ? li.rh mpu lcil lUo raiijii . ttatlt M' lut Ihr miieta ; iiuil w. l rwww that, eat in i t>r lait-r t la - i; i . k"}' tii t'ti ii'i'ft heliemv >1 i n i< fi ii.. wnulil nmt tTn i ifert ol tin' iu"iiiki iMii pren>l<nt *II l ull "lit to tliew. ilJ I,III ?f (III lint I ... I .it ti- 1.1 >|title ?" rat li) Iti'lriirli'J III III nilUi'.il , ! ult i.| I.a.I il 'it? * M< "* lltllu litre are th t.iete: | tV i I il. I i J 4 " Vi r t 111. lli r.I ? 1.1?. i. _ tii,ipui|( int< fiit ?.f tin' W i?t India 1-ianda ? uin l?' wouJtr- , ti.ily n i.t . i rated l y part.et| ..tiny n th" hfi-K hiM lui ihtlte In.(Hi- whlrli ha* prima up Iwl wren California ami tl.' I'mwHin market* of the Atlantic Mlimrd. i t n liikttip til.1 lit for tin e I r"li_ I * t gtowml' 'U alilrh I we ran urpt tl.i I'fittirt ftatei to p ant u? thl* iinpor- j tatit U'liaiit**' * hii'l nr?el?eaiil hy "tit tunlil j i.llii i ei.re to one m eeraMe final' eltt nf the pro! rimu t at ? h i j i i l'ii h J t" ah* ilion H e ai. -a-lly i | nli p "I that 11 < It?* in I* all we t ti ii i i jii't 'r It Ittila. r I i it Itli' Iih- hen incruioii* ni'Ugll In imml a new | pi'a I' r I In W t I nitiwti *lilp"Wbtr* lie trie* t? di >ir liny un lli tt'al torn la a*4 Oregon -lituli I- i. 'n llatnlti thetraneruinne depeatlenriewaftir-at ill .. . I r I, f, . ..!* new lli.w ulln* mI III .III.. 1 I>> with tli Inn >t W ilea mitt ilir ruttoa |>r of i tiraeHr- 'lln Amariran Mltittir kw lijr , ri# ( jtiii iliiiliil ihr >li>li ; t III" I nitrj (tt.ilr* hi tin ,\fi t mrti< in. Iiatr ti -? r'liiii.n!" Call- i fi rtiia at'I tWigin "whether iik-lii.c a ti-rrl'ortaa. | it iittafin't an Main an iitrgral portioa* of the-re-- f | U III If till} irrlifj a dtlillr | 111 a III a ureal hnI rial r j ?! u. n fi It halaualnff lite raulrfuftal firm of | ? riinti til mlili tin ut i, n! nt.liual l oi< .if thr ' 'i al ! to Mhiti' <ii I t' a -M r"l ft * hit l? i A R tiefma- lirtli Into tin- f.mllr of n.i'ion* a C >i mut ilia ll'li I" to t lie * orll what the Caruft ware t" i J ial a i ity an ent.tj nnkiinan to Inlarin-to i al U? and ! ?n uarj- (I by m'eriiatl ni.tl roin.tjr, . *. It. tit hup di-ttmt r ft lit. or nar unalterable prirl1. u ttlDiiat mar k"it|nn rharariir or roguirabte anali ?J The Imp ?il- I't* of pnin-i-itln* lit* pn-mi-aa with i iierneae. de irtaea Mr lleuij Hulwi r'afnrirlMton t nil fifitiit If the Amertrr n? r 'lire-da u? I ha ureal la to Itt tl at we an a-hili* It will n- t liei-aii-e- ikrf ara erfeftite <t bjr I ? .Iritrroiir argumentation hut hi auia tin rptltt Whit li furlraila liaa Infin- I Into Internatkial dealinga, t? mora liharal than tha latter of lutattiatior.al au?a(i m< 11U Ibe a<l Tin. of tha Canada gi*e u- n rea?..n to h?Ihia that t i Mgrr-a la uturh nearer than 11 ?aa before t? a eettli ai< nl it tha -laeatjr oiiaato n , hut thai lead tie to tiller that It I.J any ft. lira letrlafl of III" par Iiiii Hilar) gale a mllou >lmuid ba rear he.I, tin ra ati ItirriaMtl pi tkUlllln ?>l it a proving ratliar fv tt'.ahli thato ?tin iwlae la tha floutliam iulara?t Tlia dat-.tr if whnli ?a have report a. ta h>.w-rat rhtelly tii .that I fvr tha iadtrattuna that it ftirnnba* of a .l.-ti plo o la Ann riran politleal nlliafirea. wtnali baa I . u o hi I feitirl. 1 Mr Hflalrt ha I ft r .ar< I I ti ail in to rot.ee-la totfva v.ulh ?? mil. h nf III r . in* a- i p- -it. in tba i ilnliif atata of Northern ipui i. Mr ta-alta* am -educed that ha wtll igm up II tli Ma i* littla ae Hi.i j l-i foi.iii.. ni witii Hi mi rttj ?f t' t nton Mr w? '.alar and Mr t'a?a n | riai ni w ith einguiar i aartnaaa. tha parliaa irhlrli lilt || I lie Aunriinn federation Tha-. a- wa bar* . 'It in .ie . I aia i-irliiiarH .Virihiruii.<rl..e 1 l.i t |oi h liii ii rl-i in V>rib*rn*)lu|rathl** ami'North111, ai .tipalbk * Tin- ?l??r pr-pm Ury vtinlftHH in thi iri'MNi* i f lli*lr tliffrr*L**a. ullrTid th* *nt*t i | Iti rM>|f<iiinul fr^irifiililltf lo Ik* It-hl>* <t liidtlrr il ?li< rltal f**t|.n* Th* nioi ra'? pfolT. rr* J lht(li" irn? ol' Mlli>rl|l'i>. ahd thrif temtrrira* arr ptid 1 Iih* th* c?>n**r?atlTf- ?lny* < ! th*- North liar* nn.nintilat i pm f*ud allli th* Inn n*? ly mntfrtatlft .i-itlh l>n th* u?h*f haliA Ik' Ivtlkrni 4*aanrrall. aim arr ?!ui"?t int.fly haiidlrraP-tni n ant *111*11 nt ?i.i k rg frirhnld. r? bar* ti*?n unl<ri| f.y thr Inllmatr tu* i f p*illtan?hi|> nith a f .mninnlty I !*** ?nir> in?ho*r * ill" labor i f thr li.tiid* i? di?ft*r? ful ai d thr riy lit* of man ar* a ji *t Ttt*r* mild no pi rniai 111* in a ri*?litlrn ? unnatural Mothlny *a* aniitiit fur II* **?*raue* but a ru*itrn?*r?y *' Ii ntri ' iiyh to rr'i l** Amrnran ynrtii-a- ft* how. n r lb rt a p*rii.?l Into lh*lr rrlyfnal *|rm?nt* W* a*? thi u*l t that * d**rrt*d tin* **i|T?nt in th* alat*ry i:in -1 ti. an.| our in. pr* -I'n la tr*njtth*D?il | uhmftr Wit -irr mm rratlri- by t*tnp*ranii-tit and h?ltt t lli'-a*ht rnniari* at *u*h a moment th* air Iivi? i. -t n hr \ 'A th* North ami ?h*n t??n*ral j I 'I' n.ii*ii it. m.iaocii* in hi* turt ai*tit ta?t*n I til I '? r taunt* flit* l.itu**tf mti ft from th* u > iti lit trij bit rf teiiiU aiih- ut pat ail *1 I % Maple*. ME* irAN "TEAM EE III ATE mMNftim. A iKlt-r.fri m Naplra. dated Eeb 34 gire* the #?UowJl-g inti lllgruee Tlic 1'ntud Piutia <tciiii frigate I MlaeUeipiti cUurtU out y eater-lay for t'onstaaiinople. with tl <- Auirriren Minister to tne Pnbtlme Porte on board and m fhf ba? been lying quit)' elnae to the Hi Ir for a long time and b"r ottlcerii hare reecired ihr grcsleat rivillty and attention er.-rywbere, It w?li<i| <dtb<y would have favored the la-llex with a bail on Ward before leaving lloair.r tie the Comme li re'i tint- ?bi|> Ik it It.iil. it la t? be h"|ied theee honor* will le dour on board that rearel. w Inch in aln-wry two dirked run.', and although .be ha* now the mall p i very bad on bourd "tlU an ui-uruuciin in high quart, rs rliat a " (blue" i? to take I lici- t'ii I .-?rd before abi- " cute an J run.* " would re?id< r tbf ladle* quitr patient in the pli-ai-urablu antieltiitt'i oi tatting Jonathan's tree uud enlightened ii> tpiulity. It itwaln. Tin- following tolofirai Uif Ui-af nich frotu Berlin ap pi i-r. in tbo Cw|i>i tJeretfe: ? llir Uil note ol tbf cabinet ol M. IVtcreburg on the qu-xtnii if the duchier of stuhlf.wig-ltoiHlrIn. adilri mi d to the l'l uk-iuu miniater. i.-- couched in ri ry energetic teiine. and la u aort of /?lulunt to the speech ol lln King of IV urtcuibf rg. a* to the insinuation* anil ri proaibii- it direct* agaiurt I'rii.-i-in It aet? forth l tin plot-on which the ai unaliet- lot not been failhtully a<-t uti d. and ufi-UM-i Prui-i.-i ol not having displayed riitlien-ut energy to i-ani-e lln-m to lie fultilled Tile i-'.i ray* le wtuully. There air- tart- which the Kmp r| i i aonot regard with an inditt-rent eye. an-1 ,c-f wbieb bemmmA MMMictiiion dy acquit the l'ru??i*ii . abiiiel ' 11 then m-cu-i . th< commander ol the I'm* -inn troop. of having I neoiim*. I til* re.i?tauce and ri hi llloin. obMinacy of the duchies i he uote terminate* l-y formally <liimimlu.j for the -akr both of l'i ussia and Herman) ' hat the condition* of the armi*tlee *hail bo Ml icily fulfil ltd. ami that a definitive prove thuil bt iviicludid u'ithfit dn'op aitiitiift. tint if it be Bat. ivatriu letU flat r/iatrtain a fnisicr altitude. HwlUrrluiiili I.rt 11 rs were nriii i <l yoMerd: y -i Part# from SwitK rUnd from a tlit-t-ieto ?ourn which communicate tiding* ol? very pi on ing kind They nre to the effect, tliat tin re nre reaninahle ground: to hope that tu Heine mid even in lieni va the moderate party w.ll be uecvuful in thi approaching lection* In fact, tie-e letKi ate t>l n moft ncourag tig character. They nl*o confirm in every rc*pect t he luielhjience I previoutly i ' itiinuMilaled to j on ei the netting ;u of a reactionary feeling generally m bwilxerlaud and even ill the coulou* 1 i lii ftc rt utarkable for their ultra-democratic pint. I l.e Mime letter* apeak in term# ol much pcahc : id tin policy purmrd bv the federal council with r?- j leu nee to the refugee*, and it* rineere denirc to nitre every ri uMitinhle raliFfiiction to the neighboring Indc- j pei.dent State*. No lei-- than II *h*i out of the lft.000 ] refitpi ee. whore conduct pave umbrage to lho#c St aim. have till, expelled hy t In S? ier> govrrnmrnt from their i li rritorie*. and ot the reutaindi r a no- dr ruble tinaibcr hat i *pnntuneou*ly ijuitti d the territory or removed to a dlrlHiiee (run llie frontier, The rcinnunk has. in fai t. dwindled uway no linn h ?? t ccan to be an obji i : i I inquietude ' KkM-1' AMERICAN THAI fc'.t.Ett". Advice* from Alexandria u!'e In the iil*t ult. A letter of thai date contain* tin following paragraph : The Auterlean traveller* who. thro ugh ignorance of the conventional arrangement* of the Bedouin* bad engaged tin caimh* of a foreign tribe to convey their pail^i and luggage from t aim to K.l-Arl-h and retru and had been arn-tnl n tlnir |,iuprro ami rilled of h portion of their effect*. have had ample l ;?li?lnfl oii piveit tin in tliroio.h the intervention of Mr Ularatiloy, the A uierirati 'on-ill general India. The Itidia uieil bring* the uopleiuuuit new# that the Si Hi- (till carry ou their whi l?r- ., e iuM u* by pri v?te j a*ra**)ualion A party of tin AQretdie tribe* have j IH.M? miR<*KVa *'||<* n our n.iu v* rumr in u |>?.i I \ of rt|ipt r- tAni' I llrH"l?li:iw, to uveiige till* ! j DikrMn. it'. La< dmtroy -i* vi agi and a rroat uuiu- ' i l'? r of thr em in v Tli? r?-w|'|'> ur.? to have bt'i'ji ? gmxl j I ill I I of .-killuitli'DK In th.- |m-'i> ! thr liill- miir Pi-I .haw hi. in.it ?.ur troojir hau ?nnu ? hat mi!TiTi J At 1 iliiirllrliM.ini Vi/. i ratikil linn- iipjiinr- aim. |u havr j la i ii dirlurliitnci'k u guri * iln jjlfi li.n briu dinruy ili J kl I.uhurr. ni J lv.i. nUt rtur?. havr lniiiw.iunj. il . in 11H111 jits liy iIn Piklr. in uMuir-inato thctu i^ir < Imrli r J?u| irr wii- Iu li'iitr I'i--Imi?ur i.n tliu 17th of , I lil ri iu i uihI vli.it villi rHii'mlllnc thr 3lkh?, .iml I |Ui'i"liii n I'llltll ' ith In tl.i ii.i?iv- I', finrnrs, hr mriiK j : in bull ijiiiM i'imiuiiI: to ki t |. hi?anl ut uuiprrainrut at work Mr hnv. antu j i |.i.rt uf tlir eHkhim trrri- ' I t' i t si? a | iiiiUhiiu lit tor tin Kujitli k l.itr fully. uuJ hin ulirual nvriiur will h. i nt i ll lur more Hum Tin in i.li ..tfi Dir. l li - i-rnrrrj 1 to hiu?ia|><irr A 1"Hj| r?ht'liriv? kyrti'Ol ut i luratli u liur brru divided Upi li'by ILr nvttriili.i-ut I.t I alcutla Tlx atrlc nl* lit Kuropr. klitlli J mill I. lid it.vtr li rnnnrt mi ilmrTrnlng of Vine I. It nt tlii-1 ouri Theatre. I v whirli lier churitaV.i tiirpotil ion v ut- again tiiauiff n it. lit* whole of the |' I on H.I It lug Jt-vol t il to tlio relit f of t lie poor of the 11 v li Among olhri nuiotv a|ie rung III' et It l.r.it ?i tt t ; . tt< for it rotiruiio tuirr and two ltutf.fr mi Meyer1 - t'.? < |>t rn. 'I lit- (Y tup of Ml.-ria " rhlr effort, wntt. . i t|.:r? :y ft r tin- relt brat't! cantatrct!. au I lit v lot! her fine voire may bo raid to rival the toner of tin tvi tlutf war. in tin- t'Xtciul"'i. an extraordinary tui.i.|hl> her The pul.hr d"t not routine Ihem t ,lt r to !,ivifMng on Mdile Lintl tie Urtla! uiai kt of j nt irfurtit n tic>i h> 1-ravo# ieeal!? flower-, he . but on tl.l* irraMOD tiny adopted tb" Italian method of r.iifiitratu.x thou d" light ?hich. uj< l" the prv-ent l i j* lit tit ktiowu iu tieiman.. by lrttii.tr fly a targe l.. li 1 t-r of white pigeon* ftoin.'illi'air ol the hour*. I AUvr the concert, the member* ot tue o relief tr:? extend otne of the 3 ouuic uton of Ilia tovru gut up a torchl ght Jirorterion in Vrr liouor. Hit. Ua itn'i Tiiiitvi On Tlinraday. the llth tilt the n.i.rterpicee of Mn??rt. I?on lilovannl " will In given v ah an nniount of talent and n romplelt-ntM in \ t r ?itnerrrd ev. n withiii the mailt of her Maj.'nty'a theft : t' Madame Suntag. viIn -t ?nrret.e? hefor- thore ii. aI dlfVi ult of nil eut i t the I'tiri-iau liUttmti lit* irr tin:n rent w< d In r laet jrt nr r vogue, wih ting her iiklii ' liiii- r ui .1 ii) | ' r, |i.f tn. tirol tiiut- in a j alt to klt.el i la adtii l Jj ? >!?|-? J ikat i>l iCtriiui rail il kill Utafl: > hrr diaiualic groiua in In.fma Anna. '.Hi nr?i?t l.likiL. - ill al?<i?|ij ir in llii-nr*?t o|M-ra, ?itli li'ul.'iii. Cklaolari, t Labiachr. an<l Colvttl. 'II. L.ur-e ltu:| rmlinJ to tli?- oi*ra--tbat <>f th? Mnu.l ali i ? will t?. d need l>? 1'irlntta t.nri nd Mart. I ui 1 .< n.. aLd tlx" viliuit f (I - uiiinr* t il.. Vtl.-i trill ! ndd- il to ibf t h' tki p.rfo. ;ut*. I impart grr atrr diauiat.' . I) 'ft to it:* grand*' 141, a lid to tin Ink M'i-ij. I) an i ih? H I' . r. Tim t in k |>lil lit bn'i u* A unili.. ! .-riari- will an * iUiaiUt ilnnli? **???/ >T li.T' an; and 111 !h. !> mtifnl I all. I. "lata Mvtauiui |>h?rr* " * un lia llii.i. Marin '11 gli. nl. Hnta t . igrii:.ud. M (hail'-., anil Paul Tag- 1 iii 111 k 111 appear \ I* itnr* Irtui Ui inu't . -t int part* id tbt r< Hill IJ ata- rtur In nlliud an.li ill play of art. nod Midi a ini? i f tali ut lli Vurdnrh tin arromfi|l<hi'<i Amrtlran t nn Jinn, aril) hi rtly mi-Wi hi* app-aranrr at nut ( tin pnnrtili.i l.imlili thiatirr Hi- 1 kill rtudird m iltiiv Mil ling 11111. .In and ?ill pr . a v.i-t ac.|ul>iti ni In M.rh I'Mli ar Young Mlral id Vap'il \ ling ft .p|.| A ri J" rt Of till'dratli i | fiWf I'l rn. lln rt l.' I ruled l ii'T rigger kliirli f| |??ri l In tli? London i..jii- lull kfi It. lia? li?*u ii'iilia iiel.d lip .^igniir I i.rri Oartli ni I- fullilliLg a |ii"fiaalniiul an^Hg. meat in M I'<uralurf. Mr- lli-ald l.i.la MoBtr*),lm-arrfv d in I'ari* from I i.,i-i;ii nod It ft lilt ll?trl t irtorm tlitu ?ht bad Inn In) nit 1 ntII thi 1 liiit' a 11 I. *nj..ii u t lie ? : 1*111 ; ? I'.lyM e*. klnali baa !?? ? takm by ?lr II. aid. r il l la* | pi. par* d 11 r hrr rot. ptlon blr ll. l wa? r. .. it*d t<. mrln at lli- t'lialtau It. an .>n ?? Iht Hank ?if KiiuImik*. mi a MttlTtur. a - i#..t#v r*? tnt iu ; < ' Ittt lUYMI I'lh 11.013. Il# I .? > < I' I ma ?ld I ulliok r .iif I i llo-a M- *77 ? *?'.

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I.i ud'.ii. ... * 12 1 II* and nirm fi?r XI itf. j Imiii,.., '* 4<iV? tfttnf ill f.if t lira miiii j Lijkim.. * do for I lire In*no*. A|r I 5 ?iii?trtiii m, .3 nM 12 it1, j rt'TiB* mid itiim for l.itlriilun ,. 123V i 41 "If 4t t?fi| . , * U *i franr * and at* fur 1 do ilm i ttf. . * 1-1 loV nuti m4 ihil Ann 1 do Part ..... * 26 76 fraii#* mid oiiiM fur 1 do. I I I.I r .... flu day* 5u'? r>rnfi ?i* for 1 uuijr> ?i?i,i? 3 hh* Kid lira u. and rt* turAlntfl Ltfknil,. ,. ' 3P ?6 lirr for A1 ?ij si ill rum VI < i flold Maodard TT 9 9ll??r. <t< 4 IIS i uth Am< ri*au dollar* 4 i<>S I n.u-i loWw*?b r i M,i. I. d. '.T/, J. Opatiktb d< uM'ifus. . g ,JJ b.-jnU ?i d Huirati d? ( j " H I * ?? Parit y' llrculw*. tl?? Corn Trad# of lir#at 1-rnain aiid (>tb?r rotkturrrlal tut#lliy*D#* r# ohfd by lb* Am#rl#a will # foun.l ?n lb# ia?t p. if# | ftporllriK InUllljtmrf CrMti'inU im a>t L I ? Taortiai. A r< ? ? ? ff?t apnr?*if |7ft mil* h#?i? l?at tbr#* la IU? in j.<) J pi uml sipnii will fi>m* off Ibl* *fl?rnnin ai Half pa#t two o #l?*b. b?lwr*n Mnant Motri*. I aabrldf* tlirl Mohawk. aad Mranjrr Ali#r lb* ab> ?* a in >l n harniaa b#?t Ihft* In lit*, will Ink# pU*<- f r * fur.# of ?*" for whlcfc Ibrft art mrnl r^iri-? ! ## a im- | tiMbnl I i MM . ? - . NEW YORK HERALD. JAIKB OORD^ BBNHKTT, PROPRIETOR AND IDITOR. JFF1CI, N. W. COKNKR OF HH.TON AND NASSAU 8TV tyitt OAlL V Hi.KALI'. 2 rrw/i prr copy?%1 for immwi THM WEEKLY UEKALD.rviry S.tur,l.,v. ai?% . tmU ft' 4M, or $3 per iMum ; Ou tiurvpr->n i $4 prr www*. '.olttrktllr l/n irntovt ALL UCTTEKit by mail, for tubtcrifttu^. or mtA uArn 'mx-nii, to bt umt-potA, or thr poitayr **11 or AodarUd from 'A* rrtrory inrvttd. VOLUSTAR V (UlUiESEONOLSt K, contamw* import, trv*. lolotttd from 'try <j*hrtrr of tAr inortd ; if ustd, irill bt ibcr.Jlu paid for. SO SI'TH E ' tkrti of .1 totttyrru*,a comimntUahOM, tfi io mot rrlvin r droit tl ammtmitiiltoru. ADVKRTINKMF.STR rrnottrd rvrry monm-j. AMI SEMENTS THIS EVENIKU. mbi.o'S garden?la iavokita. BOWERY THEATRE, b. werj.-LAi r or I.toka-Niok or ?.? wocm. broadway theatre, urt.ajway?i*um ho?o??um Lah |jct-Hnr(i iHim? w ii.i. tiimi ? a nvav. BURTON's THLATKE. Cimmbtrt SirAAt.?SrRioiA Fa n,*-P?ri P*T. NATIONAL Til LATUM. CliaitiAui smuaw?CfirAOTaOTBD rAMA1L?BllIAK blillMMMI. theatre, Arior PUt#.?Thk W ir??Viaj.i.tia hi'iuit. ai'oi.lo rooms?c'huatv' miastrkij. OLYMPK;.?Pitner'* Miihtlitis. CIR<TS. A;t<,r Place- Kucmtmia* PiiuruUiiAtcM. STl'YVESANT INSTITUTE? iHAKtCkaaaan KSADUM. 1 A lit UN At IX? Ht'TCHItOm f'AMII.Y. M H ODEON.- M HJT?: ? hlxmMM New lark, MoixUy, April '44, IH50. The Cabinet IwrMItalian In the llouae of It cpresentn tires. Ah there will be it lull 111 the agitation of the great question <>1' the iluy?that of slavery, in connection with the new teri nones?lor several weeks, until the compromise committee of the Senate report, the subject which will now mostly engage the attention of the public press, and the country at large, is the progress of i the investigation which is now going on, by a committee of the House of Representatives, on a poriu n of the cabinet of General Taylor; and also the movement made by Mr. Richardson to create another committee, witli power to investigate the conduct of another portion of the cabinet?the l.wingand abolition section. The committee oa the other section of the cabinet, it seems, have examined a number of witnesses, among whom is Mr. llarrimaii, n clerk in one ol the departments*; Mr. John (i. Clark, the head of one of the bureaus ; and various other persons. It is generally stipfosed that the evidence w hich has already been given is of a very curious and interesting character, and that no other Temlc can follow its publication than the retirement of all that jsirtion of the cabinet who were connected Willi the Galphin claim, or had a band in it in any manner. The resolution projiosed by Mr. Richardson will iinballv come no some duv this week. and will m> doubt lie passed by the Homa.* of Representatives. Weshouldguess,however, from lie- tone of the tip.'li." i I' the cabinet, Hint the resolution will Meet w ith rt great deal of opiiosition. We tinst tlis;t the House of Representatives will pass it, tiiitl proceed w ithout I'nIteung in nil these investigations, iiinl make tin in in* Iiioad mid general us po: sible. It is oili linn Isdn-f that a more atrocious, Unix rile. d? signing, and dang ious cabinet, have never la - n in olHec in Washington, thin (lie pres-nt set of men, who got into otlic- hv false preteuciand l>y deceiving* the incorruptible honesty and generosity i.i In in ml Tayhr. Months ago, the Xriy person wlioill lliey Mp|Niinteil Minister to Austria, termed them in the columns of Ins piper, the most corrupt cabinet tht.t were ever in power, and ol |- t|x trtiting more m gotism. fanaticism, uiiJ rseeiiliiy, in the lii-liihiition of ?.p(x>intliient? and < flie? -, 1 liaii aiiy other cubinet from the commence* n.ent if the gov. turnout to that ume. Tina charge w, s openly promulgated by Mr. Webb; and in the ; face of that declaration, the sain-' cabinet, fright- j ciwd cut ol tkae-ir sense*, appoint'd lum us Minister ' %?. n 1m ai.wl 1?m tatowllf 1'iiltt.o liwH i new develops.nu utr have l*cn made,particularly in : reference to their |sissing and allowing claims of a | doubtful and tipiivi oi.l cbaracler, which were re jecti d by previi us ailiniiiistratioiis. Thousands and \ thousands of doll.it>, it seems, |i,?ve la-en paid out i hi the way, 1 y or.ln of the cabinet, for the settle- ' merit of claims, in which the metnlicra of th cabii i t, or their connections or friend*, were con- I coined. Hence arose the necessity of hicrcasing I ihr appropriations, and of demanding additional su| plies, to tin extraordinary amoiint ol sixteen mi lieus of dollar* beyond the revenue of the ret ctiy. 1 urmg the interval that will ela|*e until th. earnpti ti le* conilliltlre o pott ill the Senate, the p'lhlic stn ntion will 1+ ci no titrated on the action of the Ilcoseof licpicMntutives, and tlic coiiitiuttee who are invi stigating the charges of corruption against the cabinet. A true, searching, and faithful inveslv .-In nwill b (lemandeil: ulld all ivirties will unite in tin In i < . th.'.M fi?T?l Km) Iot'k will be itt l.iM < j in il ( > Ili*' in count) til in: miiu route iiii.hitlilil flu lij.it ill tin fftfi imrl |i|* hi.- r ilnii' t. Ti r: Imakii nf < ' ha i* lit nun .?The uland i i I i I i tfU| ii'il h I'leui ileal i-t' public Ht|. iilmii in Luroj-e, ut tin- h.M accounts from Ibrre, un.f the at w iiitiirnt hi m ilrial vti re iinkim* f*i'7 ait uy li en* to iiiair tnin il< million inn il, and r tain i( a* h rp w? ponriiile. \h iili ihir ?lew ilcy w Tf trying Kuril to |u?trli op their ililii rrnct'< \\ iili Hiigl ml, ?o , ?? to secure the support of ilntl country hi their 1 tlii tie to li tem I tiha. They liny tv a gieit deal ft ipht? n?il, inil tlo ) mo) t.ika mw m my preruulioiMi i e tin ) plroc, but, lor tin- ifeeenl, At II events, there in in. iK i ({ft ft ( li hit IwiiiK taken front S;>niii, i.i itt itlirixiiilii k nil the rumoi* of ->!> <lition* that h?*? tro nil) ?|i? urnl in the in-nriMpers of thu country. '1 In* eioiice of iKih rliar icti-r tli t ire tohl arc i blur ex. jiperii lione, Idundrrv, arid tin taker, to a l > t r Xti M Wc ill 11 t even if the expedition tt I ii h tt Inird out lot rummer, mid which ? i* lllti rrcpti d h) the jri'Veri'tncnl agent*, at the liirti- ' pi. to n if the cabinet at Washington, wonld hire i act i ti pli-l ed anything, if it had Iven allowed to pi< cttd It * Hf li.nlly nrrnn^d, uml bad men were ' at the hrnd i f it. There m-y, therefore, lie no j i.l?um felt for Cuba, fi r there will he no attempt to i annex it to Ikb CMIilty for Kmc year* to cute. There appear* to he no disposition to do ao. The j American p?? ph- in ratio r indited to w ot until, ithe ape r i it hi cornea ripe and fall* into their 1 i Hut if there are no movement* heing nude towards the anneialn n of Cuba, there have la*en mine n.ndr in irf,n-nre to the irl.iml of llayti. j I is Kit*Henry I: ll Green, w?? d-siMlohed there j wuli the vww rf malt it if a report on it* present ^ alate, it* population, aril, climate, and other m*t- j tera, aa wi ll aa i n ita aorial and (athtioal rondi- ( tu n: and he pre hi,hiy ia now in Wa-hington, pre- ' piling and pet 11 ng ready the reault of hi* lihor*. V a aJ otild not l-e at all atirptieed, from the mlorn aliop which we hare received, to *ee, before l< np, an ei|edition lilted out in this eoun'ry, with the aunet on of the government at Washington, fn n acme of the Soethmi pott-, for the pnrnoae of aiding end uilrtiitg th?- l'otiiiriu n,or^pwru-h por- ' to n Of the it habitant* rf that isltnd. ignn-t the 1 It rite, ami oli>Hi*teljr to overrun the w hole island and annex it to the Tutted ft.ite* \ project of tlur kind ronld he openly advocated in this country, and meaaore* taken to equip an expedition of this character without obstruction from any quarter. It w? old he a glorious thing to put down th.it w< rat rl pirat? a?that worst of rh.ircoal pirate* and 1 hi mlitfr?the I lark population of the ao called em- 1 pire of Ifayti. and to reduce Fan-tin th* First to the rendition fer whteh n. ture intended hint. OvuMtesi ? Waal ot apaev pneludev the possibility ( rf ia??rtlrg m*? h lolteeatlog natter among wbieh I* 5 tha sympsis af a very iNr tratorv an VaeUltsm ilehtefed Vy t'f Adniw* y??t? rday. for wfcirh ? ra pert f It. k? aW. to 8wd ri en In ear j-p?r tc ai 'irow. J T The Laht ArrairT or Mr. Forre*t?We learn that Mr- Forrest is by no means intimidated by the recent decision of the Pennsylvania Legislature," and that the whole subject will be brought forward again to-day for re-consideration. This lost trial will probably lie very effective. There are several substantial reasons why unother vote may be more favorable to Mr. Forrest's desires. Among these, we may mention the influence of Mr. K. P. Will ,? leu. r. n i '-i . > 1 nve had u vcy : upon Mrs. Forrest's cau . The members from the back woods ol Pennsylvania 'o not understand tbe social logic of the poet's argument They are accustomed to tea and brown bread, and to sleeping hours from nine o'clock till daylight, and do not understand how a good housewife eun be engaged in company through the silent watches ol the night. VI this has aided Mr. Forrest's case. Then, ugain, the I counsel of Mrs. Forrest only acted proiierly to the exit in of her replicution. the should h ive met the churgcs as well us she could. The Kcverend Professor Ilackley, ('ousuello Jamicsoii, and chaste Chevalier Wikoft, consul-general ?>f the allied force* of folly and fashion, should huve appeared hy affidavits, und cleared their skirts in the tiniiter, relieving Mrs. Forrest of the very reniarkahle insiiiUHtiotiH and evidence brought against her, in connection with these representatives, in a small way, of education, the drama, and fashion. As matters stand, the silence on the part of these pious and chivalrous knights, who have got u ludv into a scrape, and have not the boldness to get her out of it, has been very injurious to Mrs. Forrest's cause, and her lawyers are equally culpable. Poor llich is the only one who has behaved like a man. Nothing better could be expected than the success of Mr. Forrest, for the Pennsylvania Legislature must believe the tragedian to be an injured man, when such marked silence gives consent to the pioposirion. Judge F.dmomis sundered the ' chain* between three couples, of this city, on i^u tnrday last ; und he can give Mr. Forrest or Mrs. i Forrest a helping hand, if the proper evidence is1 placed before him. Why not apply to him ? The Fiif.ss r.\ France.?The policy being pursu d by the government and the President of the Fu nch republic excei ds any thing that was attempted even under the rfgiwie of Louis Philip;>e. W hen un editor assumes to discuss the constitution and its principles, he is accused of sedition, lined, thn wn into prison, and his business and prospects destroyed. It would appear us 11 Louis .vapoleon wi'K deteiniined upon in.moisting himself on the altar of his ambition, and to precipitate his destruction, hy oppressing und hurraseing newspaper propriet< rs. Common sense would suggest that, in this nineteenth century, gagging the press is never attended with good results, but yiu/n Jii's cult, jtriu> ih nuntul. The News from Et Bore?Our readers w ill find, in our columns to-day, full details of the interesting and important intelligence, which was i hi ought to us from Europe, hy the steamship Amenta, together with our foreign correspondence. This intelligence furnishes a good deal of important reading matter. It will he seen, by one of our }'i ris letters, thHt a gold mine has been discovered m S|?iin, which has created u great excitement in that part of the old world. Thousands of gold seekers were rushing to the newly discovered ph cer. In point of extent and productiveness, however, it is of no sort of consequence, coni|>ared with the mines of California. Titbit Baiinn Cri**i. ?By the ?cbr. tilnbe. Captain I 8f? Ijr. *f haee received flirt of the Hayal fiazttte, of i t.oorjrrtowti. B. 0.. to March li'th * At u?ua!, there i? no n?w?. Thtalrlral ami Moilralt i'.?? rt t Tniatii -The performaneaa lhia earning. eou.-i?t of Bulaer'r braul iful play, ttyled the Lady ot l.yona." The en?t of character* it excellent, Claude I Mi luetic being p rforuu'd by Mr. J. VVallaek. Colonel Tumat by ililbert. and 1'auliue by Mr*. J. VVallaek. AUiittl to thi* preat attraction. Mr J feott. an "Id favottte antl good acttir. will appear In three character* lb the Urania of 'Nick of the Wootl*." the other eha- j racier* In iup tilleU by an eacelleul, nay. the bc*t utock Ct in pan* to the I nti n Ilaotowti Tarmr.?During tha pact twrite night*, ] thi* beautiful theatre lia? bet u crowded in etery depart aim t. attraeted by the inimitable performance* of ' Mr. t'olliu*. (lie ablret rt pr< tentative of lrl?b eharaclt r*. at present on the M?je Hi* new drama called "Irirh liouor"' ha* betu tery ?nect **ful if we take crowd-d houae*. and vt In mint applause a* eriterioua to Judge by. He appear* in it attain thi? ermine ai al*o in hi* farorite chararter of oVallngban in the farce of " Hi* La*t beg* " The amuatuient* will cloau with the comedietta of - \t In re tin re * a Vt ill, th-re's a Way." Bt aroa'aTNEaTar The nercr llrintt alway* plea*lng drama of the Periou* Family.will be aeted thi* eet iiii.it. for 101 lima* Burton hat prored him-elf an | able manager. In aelecting light and auiu-ing pbee* | f? r thv entertainment < t hi* pa.nn- and hence hit ; fit at *urrt.** Mr* Kuv-oll Mr* lluthr*. Ml** Chap- ! u.uii and I laiko will apptar Mi" llifl.rt will ?iri;{ | * in tor H r ballad. and all *illrlu*t ?il h Iht? couiody id | " I'aul Fry." I lit IrttdiiiK clturaclti U-irig udaiuoj by liutli u K*tio**l Tin ?r*i.~Thr beautiful dr-ituc of ' Itrlan Pt I liOiUH'." thr farrr of An Cnprolrrlrd k'rinalr," and lb* aftrrpirrr of " Tt ddy Km " arc th- plrrr* ?rltt.td (or Ibi* t Toning'* rnlirtiilimn ut Uftwn tt tk* J tlinii.ii* llitrr will 1.* a iip dlov dttico by MImJomw(liui Mm and an i anlltui ii.idliT iiTtriui* bv tha 11 In at rw Mr Mur ball, it Tory foot! artor. I* drawIra mad* to ihi* ihtairo. h* app'-ar* tonight a* j (I (ii uobti* in 111 nn Itorhmine mid Ml- A C'ruU* a* kriua. In wlnrli ohatarlt r 'bo will ring ' Erin 1* my ll'Sii '' Anon Pi in Tiirariir The bill prr*rnted Tor thia 1 toning'* * nit rta iiui- nt i? a Tory alfrarlitr one. Kn? ?lo* t play of -Thr Wifo ' I* thr I1r?t |K*r* Ml*? Julia |i?an appearing in thr rharartor of Mariana. I.ji i.i a?l?i u?ago. Ma*oii a* Krrrardn llonnft. Ita?? a* Imhrr Antonio and Niafio u< Jitllmi .1 1'inrr1 h' I* a grin r?*l, and *ht'lild tlraW a rrnwi|ri| hull**, hi It will I r thi |*t 11..rtiiatir. of thr I irgluia M.tinny. II. ?li ili ll i triat c? airdiait Mr 1 l> Hirr. will l.t I ki i i i 11* fi.i.i \ plmrni li r f.t lltiit/a r 111 n<> Art i m Ki t. ~ < hrl.ly . tnimltahlr Itand will parbar. during t In* ? k Iti r, n ,|u> nri> (if allaraiii i ii 'i trpili* *hlrh trr ImIik Mill' 111 M>1 h?nir? |i.II II." cps .mtua fur thl? craning ta a .akctio* of lli? hat micro iik India* fail'PH I'M rra'* Hln*lrr|. |ir>>trii?r to r*arai?a all ' tlinr Ii c niily In wr tjr tym*. uu l In alnaiiia anil j dui.rii i Ifcta t tanlnc III- |n gramma l? a *'? I una. | and ml h i> t ah uImIi d to | l?a?? tin- |>.i truii* ul n.|<rv | di i.in rim ii*. Inn.'" Chi??M Hi hi.i Th. " Ooldrn liliaa* ' a? III. I l?ir?? ? II I in 111- li'lj fi'fl f tliair Ml.. >'( rank I aini tailiii n. if-r |Hinr f maim iu I hina niu-l li.i.< feat .nlt< ii In nnlkn ( areadmirably biii-iraitd In tha faat ' <1 lha I'll na.a hi lit- at tin < hilN- Mtf*atini Wa had tii> idta thai a niw.ii of ilml rmmlr; rmiM ha ?o fix'd-li'->kit a ailh.r alt la nulla ailrarllia; har I . Ming nnd too I. h> ?" ni.ii. m fomaly lultd. It I* a trrat to r nil inpUtr ibia wfc'da group fr>>in tha fannd ' lai d c.| lha lotua II.iiii.ih. \l.nlwt Wa hue h,i | rirjr rrr.nrkIda ai iiltla i f Ilia parf> I mam > of Knoll. Ih" ilo> lini.i lli i? .aid i. l? ( i ha blcba.t rank; aiul man uf In* a.lunrrr* ala ui that ha rarrtr. tha It .w nf I'agaMni ?b<rh ?a# aa f *. 1 ful a- that of Apt lln. lha ' Kiatlian diiiak; On Itmrrday n ^ht nut at Ilia ' 1 aWna. lr ?< .hall ha aa an ooporttinltjr of hearing him and if r. |?>ri haa tu t .ju k. n ton largely of in. ' 1'iii'Mi .i) r n u? and kill. In *111 errata a n-ain it i* tin mu-it al wiahl i ,r<\? A?n. I i .1 i Tlia great I r? nrh company in nn> u Hirut 91 a* IITM <V | II I^rr ?r t. v Iili r Ihry air ??id lo ba tha t? 'I l' P I-any lb?t bar rraf appi ar< d In ! h. - rountry I III* l?l 11 I'M "1 Ur llhlbltlon of I ha u up* lllbliil ??i.4ft lb' ? bl*r<r tiiul; an<l bar attendant#. likfi | ta<? to-day _?t th:? rwd. fi' i'i'i?i Imimi ti Mb* Kinibrrlay. who I* r? poind |u I-. an . ?f.||t iit rradrr. and who 1U# dr? ollpj i ar* i?, lb. *iu?lj of Chain paara. Ill raad. I In* >*I*.|||[ Ilia I * antifnl play "f h mm " and J uiiat kaial lntilll|irnri'. Th# T" ? ?l"op of cm Alhany. iViainan lar Ranb Iph ? kl IN Jihnp. I*nrtn Rleo. on th* wh in#t fb? bad ju't Iff ?mI ft'm " ? Tlnma# ^npfiliit I unrti Libra Judfa Aran jn - In iho raw of Hurklay ?? Tlia JCrw York pod IIart*in ha Irmd < ompany. the Jury returoa.| a atalrd itrdirl fir di t* lidiiute (nntl *f CpmBPa PI'a*. Aran So - In tha aaa. of A*hb"t# e# I lia (VI umbo* [ n*uri.nra Company of i<bio. lha Jury rrlurnrd in 4i?l of ?3?7 ft l< * tba plaintiff (Nil I altadar Thli Oaf. ffian iT Mm No. Mi 7*.?H. MP MO to W. 151. ICO. dWi. MP. MA JO* Mb Ml. Mi (guar* Pi.?aa - Part I Jury di-'hargad for the m I art ft No# 411. .Mi ?W4. 4. lo 1ft, 14. Id. JO J*. 14 'id dM 90. W MitaiPP Co? at.- 3ft. 2* 71 1M. M d4. led 171.74, < I M* ??. U~> 3? 23d. 11V ti lid. ,ik. * 4 A*. Ml. '.VI ? 4 to 172. id. dM, KM. 1? ftl.V , ?. 17d. 274, )f,i I 1 BY TKI FORAPH. Doth of Mr. miUiUri'i Km, 4m. WitiuauTuir. A|irll 21 U.V). I The poii of the Hon. Ileurv Milliard of Alabama died yesterday. lie had recently been selected by tbo President as a cadet to the Military Academy at West Point. An individual by tho name of Reese attempted to commit sulrlde this moruing caused by religious monomania His life is in (treat danger Frost lu .'North Carolina. Cniilmtm. April ill. 1 a:/}. There was a severe frost at Raleigh. K C . lest Friday uight. City Intelligence. Punt with a Pistol- ii.rn?.si oh Dim<..n ' \! neaC sir o'cloek. on Pnturduy eveninit, Francis M.Dcrautt was shot. <>u board of a coal barge, under tho l >!boring circumstances J?hn Wolfe, captain of tlie barge, w hich was lying at the foot of Market street Invited Francis McUerniiitt on board to eee a sig-barfM r>jvelver pistol ho had pi.rehased; and whilst *h.>*rlng llcDerniott how it*.iked polhd the trigger (whether by accident or design remain* to ho shown), and tin pistol went off the bull pawl tig thr -u -h tho hand of Mt l'< rniottand lodging in l?i> i.'domes Mcllerinott was leu.used to the City Hospital and W ife was arrest) d to answer the > barge of wiirul tiring Ve-terdaf, Mi-Demi, tt esuired from the ffecta >f th" wound. and to-day Coroner th er will hold an in.j-ie-t on tha body Tbe decea.-td ?*< h cart man. thirty-one yeard ot oge. a native of lreluud. vl'kutl ok a Voi i mi in Ye-'tcrduy. .1!. 1 oYloolf, tbe ri intuitu of the First llegiineul Of Ne w York Voliui leers met at the Mercer House. and escnrti 1 t > thciC lust renting place, in Greenwood Cemetery t!i-i remains of Kdward Day. u companion in arm 1. The hotly bad been interred in Potter's Field .1/ re dated a day or two ago; and the brother of dree Mr. AtAuliuui Day sought it ont. and a public Interment took place y? sterdny in the uianii'T that. w is due to tbe brave?the glorious colors under which lie fought in Mexico waving over all that in mortal of liiiu Th? melancholy reflection forces its If upon Ulc unid at neb returning funeral procession of a New York: Volunteer, how fast the small remnant of that regiment that the carnage of the battle ueld-p-u d. arO dropping one by one into a premature gr.ivo ! Thk Pavii.iox iv Astou Pt.vci.?The new pavilion, erieted by June & Co.. for equestrian perfi uiinCM, has been completed It is situated on the corner of Kipbth street and Astor pluce. the most, central position for tbe display of those feats which h ive glvott such celebrity to Fraucont's Cirque Olymjihriie. Th* establishment is constructed with a roof of waterproof cauvas beautifully arrauged. and decorated, for tbo protection and delight of the spectators. H r,i and ornamental devices are so scattered and applied is to chai m the eye. and the whole appearance is <u. ti afl to invite the public to closer admiration. The h .ght is about forty feet, and the interior i< lighted by handsome chandeliers The entrance i? very beautiful. presenting a ruling idea of (Ireeii n d sign appri priately diromted. and lighted with lanterns Ot very elegsnt patterns. Thu interior arrangements aro cf the best character for comfort. The -eats uro cushioned, and sc elevated as to commen t a perfect 114*' ot all the performances; and indeed, ell the appointmints are well calculated to give the utmost satisiactiin to the large and fasbiouul le circle* uf sp?r tat ere. who will unquestionably atleud the fluo exhibitions which baTo been prvpared by the cutvfuri-iuir niansat rs. Tki m ktii *d?0*mh wi\-rn.?On Futnrd-iy night, in Broadway alnut half past 7 o'clock,? leather ' uutt, supposed to have dropped front a carriage. w < louisd; ami Mrs at the 14th Marti -tatiou-bou-e It is uutrluil "tl. Protidfit." i 11 a bras* plate. Foe sdumj.?A male child, recently born, v.n- li ft la the I all of 121 Third avenue, apparently In' .tilling when left; but. when found, it 'ran quite i iliait Hod with cold and died soon after. The ctu-nnt r held an inquest, and a terdirt of death from cap,mire irin rq* , turned. Cotion Thihtm.?Officer Barim,ofthcCd ward.foond a hale ot cotton on the quays cut into t? > parts, with the intention of carrying it away in detail. It a an lucked up in the Fulton ferry-house for security. Tlratii by Brant.?Yesterday the Coroner held a* Inquest at No. 14 Midge street, on the body of Andrew 0. Fuller, aged 3b years, horn iu Maim-, who ram* to bis death hv burns received from hurtling alcohol, at the fire on Fiiilay eTeu'.iig. at N'o. oil Kidge strcer. Verdict accordingly. John Kerse, Auetloneer?FurnH urt?Canity a Keass will sire their povsobul aud prion pi attention to tbs rales of Furniture of families break-,a* op Housekeeping. or will rscsite it for salt, at their ne* anil saosricue Auction Rooms. A77 and S/U Broadaar. sorusr it Watt* auaai. llcntlvc null Klrgnnt I.lhrnry .?Tlie ho* vtis i f vl.uirc and rare Itwokr ?ill bs b hl> pnt'iUed by at* tend'rt the -ale of the lat IIr. Cam] l-elt's Li'rare, to b* trarrtreil at tho It. oins of our friends C' ! ? i; K * ?*, S7/ Rnadway. this tvenlmr. Su,-h a library has nror before I ten eOe red at auci i> n in ibis eonntrv. Spring Clothing.?Clarke, the Tollur. hsUI a ne* assortment of goodg. A very Has black,',ho ?r e lured llrssr or Frock Coat, $lti. inudc to measure. The very l,,o*l, >211. rants and Ve-te in proportion. I'rctlv Sank*. S10.? Spring Overcoats, >11. Quality, cut, aorkmunslop and cheapness combined, at IIS W illiam street. Wc have rrrrlvrd a acnaona'slc assortincnt cf Cents'Spring and Summer Clothin.', IIU ' ml lir ,wtj rn-tur, wnn ? * ?rivJ " K:?mf pr*it> coat*. AN", Blink ?*id Hr?vn l? i?!ini fiui*, no>1 * \AfWxy <>f l??*autiful Silk and Mtiu V?it?. $ ? ??u 11 Jji'-rr. c *m?r Nifmu And Ilr'-kmau ?(r?#U. Ion and Rtw \ urk Trltfnpll?MorMl Line.?For ?a1?, Twrnty Fhareo ef the Monk of .a* abort ti npftnt Addi-ae H? at thia rdlre. I30U Rtwaid?To any per?,n who will Mi dure l it ol A J Ileal* t >nv Dollar Fr-nnni,. la, i .rrao ? iypee that (vi r faoed; hi' l>a?tierreot, 111 are ; it urmaa ai?da*vle aa thoa* that charge j.!. ?cf warm* '< I ,?rt? a i A.J. Itvi.l'f, No. l.>> liroaJ w ay, W< mil M lea lead and liberty ?'r?et, over lluhc't hat at-.re. Still 11 ater Kttna Uttyj."?The K"l krr? tcrk,r Lag, rrean Ualhry, l'? llr adeay, < . ...r f I'me ' ! 11. I a?, t. tit i ij.. lit it 't >. , a ?? larlvc tl nnaaad firturt" to a tear; nr havir: : f, I. I f ,. .ni'a [I ea eali,t.lti'a; or run rhnwttia the ?IA|.h,r.>. a f. .'t f (rata?hat tt >. u want a 11 k neat aa la a Iikeut * St t" SK'. <*11 any tin.r. rain or ahiur, auJ y u ' uo* aa 4iia| pointed. llavr yonr Head Tli<nuiii;hly and f.-iAutrl* o, >!? Maui oed, i tir hair au,l ahitarra t, < v. l-eatatil> fl*, ' ti .ir.ralally an 1 ?jairuivurally arra- and ea% ot rti. r.ul l\ t. r ar rouateaaa and general a|'|e*iaaca, lit It ill. the luminal.la l>air rattrr, It aia**an at. lVI||t, Tanprrv. and llnlr C utility?< tli tena ana eii?i.*,r? ar?t tMCMrd to rail at lh? lianul.. lory oC h.illit ft Ik llrard. Ti kuitien lane vthrr* tberl.m , hand tit larcrat and <h.-?| t art.rtinent of Ornanirr. Ill . r.a the it,. Alto, to oiti, -a the t. * at t u ttyle of Ha.fattiac f- r l-.Vi. Ph?loti*s Vlagtc llalr l>yr, to Color the Wait <<r H hi?k*r>,tu nt in it i? apaliad, ?liiv it iajarf tu (lit hair arakia. It mn hmtiiM tuimnlial l>; with< < dtaiurl Inr tha r?|or, aril ha* a t ? I <"1 r la i t| tdwlt r ? Id. at I'llAI.OK'!1, li'Tllr tdtta). and I t Inn t,I 'lU?? ! fi'tnt r "t Cl.??n<ii unl Hfth urNU, 1'lnl.t ! 11>1 ?. tlwurooft'a Italian Ntillialtil huid|?, fa* tulii id iklt IImmo, dlKolmail na and - Pondr* f?r *t ad ratine ?u| rt? hail fi m at., fart af tbalodt l.iltr H'hita ft.r the ?<M|>Uai<<a. li in f I' .a*, he., a< Vt jlV?r air ?t, f r?t ator* fr .1 (n <v e I Kr aaiwhyt T. R. Callaodaf, h* ^oath TMrd trtcl. I'hilad- lpfiia. Dr. Krlllith? r*a l.lnlnirnt, or M*ul? KlaM, am itufntlj t ; ? t1 'i i carta, and atr r.n tk* pallrM trax-d1*'.* t?l ?f. fi." lit n>.labia tae.a W 11' i?. of I, I IS P.madaay. aaa naraf of a I 'Ottfal li nk of \ tm Ij0a hn? ( ir I n I ad e?od 1 I t1!< . a(lit a liirh h* I' j J l??a iiHiata* atarly aicM at til h*. Md la Itrra alaht ???.? at W aaata ta?i . fd a ti rTfi. l>> I'aarf alr*?;; i l aai t. l.i vad??>. Craa i aai lir. ntitnnt. To ??? llmr ntttl tiioitt y In pnri ha4nf fafliak t alji f. Oil I Iks, Mi ?, k , t a ha*- nit p> ataib il K tf t|.> '. n tlta n m? I ti t -l? 1 mod ?I- t| i aari< anal l thti -nt in tl I it <i Mat-*. V 'I li oary, I IKIV ?M'IRM'N llaad't'da ittnri hit titi dally. II a iltnr all to Ml lata llitamlto A nuttier W niiili rial At fount of Rent it In* th' llaif ? lit Kallma.r -l>a?r n.r?I hart pa ' ti?t I'-dia d lat. .a tl.a laat l??oi?-R?? j.tn ta trji- m r?j ? ny hatf. atarjtltina fail. d. I pr .'-H -hi-old n-? r in trlav in t ft tno-i*. if I t ad i. i attr i lt? inly ; i. ta{ afl?n up< a tk* k?ad 11 Ja la* R ata. I loan t'ttoM I* at in* il.at yt.ar trrat r> ninly t < much in . tt an Mtrd mf it .. ft . a 1 - tl' *?. a?<l I aar?r?y? tka > ..u?4. I harr Ino Mniiihrl; rrativ-t. mat I b?ta takra (TMl i?m i" alnwltt rap>4 jr ?th ! My fr ?n>. I Uataaat J iKftf I-?U|pp( ani i -a * will at<oai , b4a-? rau >kr|tir wh-. will i ill . .1 m? ai no r*Mo*c*a? 1*111 LI I* I . Ill Ml. NM 1 11, ? r?*?. I l l la Uri alr'.l 1 * 1 i.ttin. at n1 !' irl ?irm, *4* aa'l li* llM'Utj, i.ria l an>l llf' *? atrwaty, it vt. I ark l??it|y ataina tra llpi i tha itrraiil. ?f any < llwr ir? lli-la 'a n arl.rt. V ll-Tfclr ilrlirhtfiil r nnlv it ar4ii? fainlira . ( rbt Irrii.ya, Hi rri ?. l.na.. ita, (.nHrt. Jaaawaya, ?Kan, aa4 ky th* IIIK (*a< rally . I?r. Jmnia \\ . i'onrll, Ocullat. Aarl?t, I'toiK l.u atKalii* tarlaaitaljr in 4,aaa?ra ?t ;W? I , ui t.*T. Ir> a y la I ?>!< < k. a' ? I Ilr?a4?ajr. aiiraa-.- I>t 'Tarria?ira?t, alirra ran It ha l kla pralar "Tr?a'ia? >? ikr tyt." M aliilta, Mtn <'r?at?. alat. liia aalf-a< tiaf Cya ami tar fnaalaiaa. Artitrlal kyrt Iaaarta4 HOtKI NUIKKT. Pi ant. April 21. C. p M tivrlny Ikr t>?t wrtk thrra haa b ra r?n i 1 >ribl* aatl?lty In tha ?t?vk markat ami It will'? . npoa r? mparlBgtba qw4atbn? lh?;t? f iln tii i?*4* irn fanrir a hara a4?an< . .1 rfii.i.lrraMy l: r I: urokd anil Ki a-liny Railrna.l hart a<l>ttnrr | .. ,, | |,. r raat rarh, whll>- nra'ly all <-tli>--- bn ?- jti t nl> .1 h. ! | ' h?4r nwn Tha capital, rrr lit 11 ..ilin. Irlt.it fib* bulla k?t? Umi fn ? ntnt. 'I 11 pin tin- t? > fenetab nb< ?. named. and. In I t f I ?- *?? i i lit of thf nmrhtliery in Operation, tliry ban- lire led in put lira op |tW? hi ng tb i i-i'ii. Th j, it able rt th? y haee In i irw 1,'m i?r -tlv -I - hw i in at nuteidrr-- ha t?< ? I' >-n ar. in pi-Sr. I ml tl in proti nrnt in price* I br- ovht * em: .! *1 -took U| on the market, whs h th- bull* liati b<-<- empellad 1. tftki at a i.n 1 til- I by tlirni*e|Tee An> inMatio* in prleca thie y- ar ha* had a effect Jn*t lb. mntrM In that elperlereetl in preei'.u* ?p? -ulotlTa pe' rind" It ha* Induced nut*i?le holder* to r ulim ii.it Biidn atork m<we i^undant in tin |ceo n?tr*d i f rrrating an nutaidc ?! ni.nl. . nJ rat Id ab?rpiiou by rapilidlrta anil n m prnft lit ral speculator* It ha* thrown into ih.< bin dln-lw in rainatri qnialHy tf iU?lt. all It thra ,, '?r ha* not barn particularly burdcnaoine on ar f the eheapnoe and abundance of mo nay but wlfafa maid, la the event of an unfa* fable eliaug- ia lb iior,?y market, be a dead weight and niillo than rlth eerlt in Ineeea up..n the *lngle item of interaa in long a* tin pre- nl h?avy holder* ran earry lib at? vl lanrb they bare, they may faaUib yritaa . . . ? 1 ' ' J

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