Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 30, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 30, 1850 Page 1
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J ' t 11 NO. 6806. MlPPiHa. nimi AMP NORTH nHtHli Ak t *TtAllD *hip* TS? iMMtlua of tb? on Mi* Is ittr?to tfeo *1iHlin m4i Ib Mi? life Id* t? ooif ??(* * <? ?t?n?fe mm*. f^lFIUOITT LINE?POK SAN PRAStJte u VIACHAJb pM| 4pwL lk< ?litdi4 eteam?Mp CKBSM'XNT CITT, LUM tuu brttw, Cbarlee Stoddard, will liara far Sag FraneUev direct, ?ln Charree n Wnlutlu, ay tot, fnw bar dock, pier No. f North River, at 3 o'elecL Kg ftai*? er FMM0. ?n>lr ? t ??? t*n? -ION. ta ltro?dwny._ UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW Tut and Llrerpool.?Tbe oliipo compomnn thl* lis* in ATLANTIC.Captain Weet. ARCTIC, Captain l.noe. PACIFIC, Captain Nra. BALTIC,Captain Comato'k. ADRIATIC. Captaia Grafton. Wbeaa ikipa. baring tea built bp contract eipreaaly for Trriraaital mrl" J"*"~ baa booo tekou in their oonVxrtioa.aa alao ia their engine*, to enmira atrength and 1? < and thair oceoonaodBtioa* for pa<aciigcr* am anmaallad far altgaan or fort. Prica kImwim from Now Xerb ta ldrerpool VIN>. aaclnatra aae of attra aiaa atata ftiai |tu An eiprieucad Surgeon will ba attached to aaoh akip. Nebartha eaa be aaaarau until paid fur. Fur freight ?f paaaaga, R ,.0I.LI t9. 74 South .treat I arta HROVVN, SHIPLEY It CO.. l,i?erp..oi ma AtlmatiewiM laavc Lleenool Map 15, " raalfta " " New fork May 3ft, " I " " " Llrerpool J una 13, " AAlawtoa " " New York Juna H, " I " " Liverpool .....Juna Fl, " I Padli " " Naw Torn June 39, " " " Lirerjpoo! July 17, t 14a man af theee tMpe will not ha accountable for gold. gBrar. bnlHea. Drccte, jewelry, preeioua atonn or metals, aalaaa Villa of lading arc aigaad therefor, and the ralna there?f, therein aaprreaad. rpikOIHiB LINE FOR J)AN FRaNCISCO. ?IA OBAI grea.?The aaw and favorite ataaaaahipa CHEROKEE l.Y?l ton*... Capt. U. Wfudle. . f R1LADELP*A..1,1<?> ton. .. . Capt. J. V. Nlch?Uoa, a lug tka only direct lino batwaaa Naa York and Chagvea, maid, ia oaaarotlua with the Iteitad State* Mail Steam Paokffanii it* PmM4> a aaml-moathl* line *hr?ach ta Egg imvcav BArra or raaa to uaaaam. Cherokee Philadelphia. Afbor Baloaa "tata Roomn ... (ISA t!3ft Forward Saloon da 1*0 100 La war Cabin 911 ? AH the ahere d.ae at tha tame table, and hart tba pririta ef tha 8alu< a. Btanrara. (forad with matreaaaa aadV>ard,( SO* $0* Freight ta Chegre*, TP crnta par foot. Expeaeee on tka 1 totbmaa are karma by tha tpa.ienger*. P?r freight or pnaaage, ?*plyte KOWLAND A ASPINWALL. 1 M South ??reat. Naw fork. FaeMe Haft Sioanuhlp Company.?'Tha United state* Mail ?lmn |*Mkctit Tan AM A 1,0*7 tea*... Capt. Dana u. Bailey. -OREGON 1,?M ton*... Capt. i arllelo P. Patlcreoa. CALIFORNIA. ,.I.(Vi0 tuna... Cart. Thn*. A lludd, TENNESSEE... 1,.N^ tun*... Capt. Gaorge A. Ola. CAROLINA.... (ktltona... - - * UNICORN WO time... - are lauenneu ao term n acmi-tnontniy tine ore ween rinin , Bad carta ia California. I'aaaengera in the ?fi. r eabina ere IUimW Miliu, hut But wieoa and tiqnora PMnmnrt ia 4h* atecrege err rnnnd with audi retiona ?? nr? fiirniannd to Abe crew, end with uattrtaa and pillnw. All peaaengsra will | heallowed aoaea fur parauual hagRK>;e frtw>, to ha extant of i SKI lba. weight, not excluding in oieaourement tea euhie fata. Straight aa extra baggage or merchendiee.. whan taken, $100 M tun, aad owe attu a ualf per cent wu all apueia. Package* Stnald ant exoeed Hi 11*. weight fur tunic oerriege. Cabin Steenvta. Sanaa ga from Pan ma to tan Blaa ur Haaatlaa giKP |ux> " "San Dings. . *W 1? " " Pan Pranciaca. ?? 140 Jfp alonaa an ba landed will i.e takaa aa Baggage. Charges a< embarking aa J debarking, and nil ueraoual port chargee, taolading banlth fren nnd bunt Mra, t? ne paid by tha paunagara. No paiiaap* no. nred until paidf?r. ianlrtt tnaofRet wftha Compear. M South atreet. New V-rk. Tiirovch link not California, via chaores, iu aailiog ret.-!.?Tha aclendid coppered and copper oilt brtg JOHN KKKNt'll, ( apt. John SWkfor l. will aail a Monday, Maabth, her rorntar day. For frt'igli'or naaaage i Apply ta RUSSELL It NORTON, .'II ?ld Slip, j Office ?f Chagrea Sailing Packet. Peuagr frwna Panama to San Franriaoo. cabin, SAM; 3d, #I*V New York tc f S.agren-aahin. $S?: M d... gf. I TllRnl'OII LINK FOR SAN FRANCISCO. VIA CHA grra direct.?Ti-e ateam.'hip Pll IL A DEI.I'll I A. will Isara her dook, from I'n r No. 4. north River, fur Cliagrra. direct, a Saturday, May 4th, at 4 o'clock. Paaaengera will pleoe their baggage on toord tbr day nrerioaa. IIOWLAMIA AMPIN# ALL S4 and M Sooth street. For sale?ttie fast-sailino yaciit kicuard | Maratall. of 14 tuna. Can be anen at thef .of of Jeekaon i rtrart, Kaat Rirei. Inquire at tbs corner of Jeekaon and ' Month atreeta. ' French's r.xriiKss passiaqf.r tkiin ? tub i at rang dlvU'on of thia annular Kiurati will Icara Nan York iwr tftratntljip Georgia, on Monday, May 13th, hy !'? way <?i New Or!?r? *, tk?n<*? to Lavaca Vj team, thence in aey w?y>a eofcal.ee alone tha line of our military poet", through Kl I'aao, tin (areat Gap of th? Sierra Min;hre?, d>wn the Gila, m r>m II Colorado to Nan Prancloco. Enry thln^ neceaeary to ?a:d ?*x|.editioa ha* been amply prepared.? Waated to eml.xl, H** ui?n f<?r California Apply to T. w. DOLULaM, 41 wall street. Cai.i?6rnia nckits rr?R 9aLK-TWO steerage 1. (lithfrl*1 tiuA fi r the I3lh M.j. vm *icmj n.ii Ticket for Ohetnlea ?ml Tcnn??r?., 13th; >t cm. Sia'a Room for I'rcrrn.i City. lit May. Aim. . F'rat CltM. llo.acd R --w.il'. hoc, l?t prulltni Wanted?A Staeraca Ihrcu h '.'or tha i Sj:Iv>'| hi., 41li Mar, by 11. H . I'KIM UIT, No. II Wall (treat. r AIIK'UNI A 1ICKET TOR SALE.?ONE THROUGH Tick.I by I i it?i l it) . May I t. ami trip of Sar. i ran ill. In'.tiie of 9. Brlnti. at the t.fllre of Cliatoa Hotel, Iter kn an (tract. ClAkiroRNlA lit ik*1 "nr. ik'kkl i.n UTIMO/ twa & Will', lino of fint elawi .n.tina paek.ta from t'aatmn to San V-ot'ireo, roomniood a?t to bodrtaln.d <>a tl(< lotl moo u.i.r tlianHfircnda.ro. 11 will ! ? ( Id .-n feamalilf trrira. In;uuc at th. (Iceland lloaoo. No. Iff | JAortjt atn.l. ejtUMfKMA lUHol UH Tit KLIS ?OK -.ti.K -ONR !/ the aiioM p Philadelphia. to leave oa tha.flh Mar. nid on. f .r the trautahlp C?' nna. on tlto 13th May. Apply at No 11 I'ark U?, apt idta the Aiur llouw G II WRIG.iT. AlTlORNll Tl< kill MIR .vtli ?t?N A TUtlH II Ticket (otwruo), prr Gcorcia. 1Mb >lar;on. "<?ii I alaoo do., per Cherokee aod Thiiw.h, and on* (tat. iv ut Itaifr'i). l-rr Croar, a 1city, all fur (?le 1>? * ' ' If. W. PRESCOTT. N?. II Wall (treat. N. II.?Paaeportu fnre'?!ied for cro-rint Ike l-llimua. Ci! a mm KRAI 1' h . r i t - ii I \ I I"v .tS c7lA~mherwi*.d nr I ann lrroo. by a r.epeetable ye .n* womta; Se ia aa excellent warbc and Irawr. and ran |ir* tb* beat f tilf rrfomir, I '.eaao call at 212 llroter ttiMl. roomjt CAIIKOBNIA?PA??l*ORT* FROM TUT STtTK l>Elarmn! of Ibr I'nlted Stat*. fnral.liod for ?at dol'ar. Th *i dail notir. r* innwd. itr.Rroiit) a i n \ t.t >r if. t ? Cr TTFnT: > 1 i >11 t r 111 ?cit < ii i n m < -o\ r. .road rabio. |? r Cherokee and TrtllHW: ?n? (aiimib ata .room te Chn te?, p?r Or.tet a' 1'liyi two >trrr*a?. prr O-orala. a d on. <>. pi r Ohio; one (tale ro< in to t'li?Rr.-i per Georgia, IS<h of VI ? lor rale by UVf'NT Jk 1 it. ah Brnadwajr, corner of W 11 atrial. .M 11 "KM t I II KKIn yiiK it AI i.-One FIRdTC'LAdS V/ Mae let. per C. t i'y end Sarah Saudi; t?o ai-crai. |3th ar per Georgia. Wanted?on. ate-rme in II aard'a lino a l li Mar r.aaral nthrx waaled. Apply at tlia A.looa 139 yiRm mmii. _____ ___________ rAl.iroNM.t f.trtAuk flvkkf ?"it .Vila?ONE Brat i-aldn ll<Pttifclt tirkat per Cl.ae.al City, May lat, to aaaaeet with the >ar*h damta, aa her wroad la May, from I'taaat la aa . Ft > r . frr aal t piy'D GEO M -"I I.I 'a* W atar at. \ 1.1 t ' KN I \ I i KtT> lUrt Mil Mill I" r truirr. ttwaiiat. CAl.lf'KN I \ ' I I I" a ii rilKlil't.H tirketa lor < 'th May. Ia<iaira at th. kar of I'.arl atra.t llnro*. W Pernrl atrr.t. ___________ _____ NiflltE t IAI.IFORNIA riCKEr f"R a t I.E. ?A tbr. nth tiehot la the atoaamr G> >ra'* for th. 13 h of ? ? ioomTc at c I) Uunu.. turaar of Walar an I Maataa* *'y treeU HporllHf lnlrlll|(rnrf. r?*T?r?w i ? i *r I. I Taotria. The ronteat fbr III* >1*0 par*.'. two mil* hrati. la barnvw came off 5??l>rday afternoon Two only of th- four antrtee eame to tke erore ?li: frlhau an4 Conldnra Pelkaa woa the rare. Rrpnru of thia aal former raraa will app? ?r whoa rpor.- wtll allow The following la a mmmary IVkam W ' Wb'Ua 1 a 1 Oeafldeare, ff >t rt.augblia 3 13 Time, A 34 A 2R-6 10 Pwtltlral lutein genre. Til It vmniTU BUBCTRHI. (Frrra the National latrlligeoeer April 29 ] Owing to the beeping open of the p >lla at many |.la*ea la 1 irgiola until Petalday warning wr bare bat lltlia Ad iional lalelt genreof roneluatre re-nlta The anbJotn d tabla rail rarei a Itet of the arabrri rlreted to tile lloaae of !? legate* by both parii< a. eo far a< rwyunol Ifbfi Oriaorrafi. erf "I k bora ugli 1 Fraderlrk 1 Wataawrf 1 ffpotleylrante 1 rrtiieewa Anna .... I Ivieratoirgh I Hanerer. 1 rhe-trrlli Id 1 Richmond k Lancaster. 1 H. rki ley 1 Stafford 1 Kinglteorg* 1 Aleiaedri* 1 Koekinahaia 3 Fatrfat ] Oooekuud 1 frefcrick ?... I llanoaer . I Jefrreoa. Rear I 1 Berkeley. . 1 a< p.; li.l.anaT ("lla I II,,,,,... I Litidova 3 i'owhaltan . I Ufabatb city 1 Carolina 1 Norruik Co a A a* Gr^gt f r/ntf Arnold < lartad by trn ni^wllr nrar waitaaa (whlrfl Thia tha Itlrbmon | ? ,f ?rrr aoya. la tba 6r?l d*m?aralle Majority In King tia >rgm la tba memory of man." Aotwaod I ?ty - A lalt-graphic d^pat b from Richmond datad on Htturday. lifH, nay. that air. Anra?t (vhi?i haa bran rlaatad from Rlrhtnoad nit by J: majority Gar* A/and. /laa^ra, and /"J ? A trlairaph dlapalah raya that thr d-moarata hara urr?..i.,| . ? tioorbland. Ilannror. and K???i cmualli a. brio* a whip !>> of Ihrra Aaodb?a Smart' / /'nbwl -tlanry IT Tlvniaa /whip la alcrtad Mr l,? rc a majority la Ahaaodria ia DM. la falrfai M. Mr Thwnaa'a majorltr In l.ondouf la Mr I o 'faa it tbrf r .rat I. rlril .b. na U? by T3 uiajrrity Mian nt-aatrt a?r> tat hitrat Qriaiioo ? Tha llouaa of Kt prt-' n'atiraa of M tanrhitaai t? <> tha 3~th Inal emtaorralln th? rnaolutlnnt of tha Vnata oppoalag tha c'lria'ion of naar lata Plata* Into tha f nlon and far-olnt tba abolition of alarary and tha a lata trada in th- f'latrlat of Columbia that, whlla thay Will anpp- rt tha a -n?tit nllnn thay will paa* thaaa m<a?nrat, tapardlata nf thraalt of dlronlnn. and with?at liar of tba containment Thay nppoaa tn< anrrvnjar iffbflt't. .? apt. tip >n Ir.ai I t jii'T Uiay hail ba yratm to l.a tba pro party ad tltiaaa of aa> I Abac Stata E NE ARRIVAL OF MR. JESTER IN BOSTON. THE ELMHl S1A8T1C REfllTlOl of UwGOMJKK Hh Jpeeeh on the Great qnettlM of the 9m j, by bajjTs mkxcmants' TKUWIAn. Bo.tow, April ?. 1UO Mr. W iknUr trrlred at the depot a little before i o'rloek. and waa driven to tbe Keren llouee la an open ban uche, err inn panted bp the Hon. Rufun Cboate and otbere. He was received bp' a Urge crowd, and wttb great enthusiasm. AsMr W11uter approached, Mr. B. E. CurtU addressed bin, m; Inn ' that ble fellow eltiaeu* had aseembied there to welcome bin home. They were not politician*. bat had known hie worth and had gathered together to greet him. Here were tome of the Northern laborer* of whom we had heard *o much. Where waa there a Northern man who waa not a laborer? And thep were *en*ible of hi* effort*to promote and defend the labor of the countrp Thep were aware that tbe internal improvement of the eonntrp had found in him an able advocate. Thep know, alao. when we were in danger of war with a pownM countrj, hi* wlaa and well directed effort* had preserved n* in peaoa and bartnoup. 11a knew, a)?o. that we were all eltlaen* of one graat countrp' and that tbe friend* of the Union were their friend*; that there wu* one great partp in which all were united, and that waa the partp of the Union, and that thep were united in expressing their high consideration of hi* i (Torts to preaerve the con*titutlon. Thep knew that there were manp conflicting influence*, anp attempt to r? roneile which, could not fall to meet with the disapprobation of a portion of the rommuultp; but thep were not about to begin to distrust oua who, before thep were born, had *eeured the confidence of the communitp. and had erer since maintained it. Before the conclusion of Mr. Curlie'a remark*, Mr. Webster rose in the carriage, and was received with loud cheering After the noise had in some measure subsided, he proceeded to sap, that It whs with great pleasure that he met *o large an assemblage of hi* friend* at a tine when his private affairs hsd called him from tbe seat ol government. The duties of the session In the public council of the countrp have been arduous. I am sorrp to sap, those arduous duties itre not done with; I am sorry to say that the pbtlic nffairs of the country bare not yet made no much progress toward* satisfactory adjustment aa to rcBore all the anxiety which has been felt about the adjustmmt of the subjects under discussion; but I feel authorised now to say. there is reason to hopereason to cxptct? that further reflection?that the generous comparison of varisua wishes, where we disagree, will bring about that improved statu of public feeling, in the reproduction of which all our expectations of useful discharge of public duty?all our expectations cf useful legislation, must depend. I cannot but feel, sir, that I stand in the presence of my friends. I must regard this gathering as the personal tribute of your welcome to me. You do not welcome the politican; and this is not an opportunity for discussing those questions which now agitate the cemmunity and the government?questions which can leave little repose in the mind of any intelligent man till he ran see some probability that from their discussion an adjustment, may eons in favor of the prosperity, peace, happiness, and continued anion of the country. Orntlemcn. I have felt it my duty on a late occasion to make an effort to bring about souu- amelioration of that excited feeling on this subject which pervades the people ot the country everywhere.North and South?to make an < (Tort. also, to restore the government to Its proper raparlty for discharging the proper business of the country Let me aay it is unable to discbarge that business. Tlmt it may regain that rapacity there is a necessity for effort, both in Congress and out ofCongre**, neither yon nor I shall see the legislation of the country proceed In the old harmonious way until tba discussions in Congress and out of Congrsas.upon ths subject to whtohyou bara alluded, rba.ll t? In aome way nuppreaed. Tak? that truth borne witb jou. and taka it aa truth. 1'ntil m birthing ran b* dona to allay the feeling now aeparatlng men in different aratloaa, there ean W no it?cfjt and eatlafactory legislation in the two hou?? fCongreaa. Mr. Curtia and gentleman, the commonwealth of Maaaarhuaette baa door id* tha honor to flare ma aa one ef her rapreientatirea In Congreie. I hare kellvrrd that aha would approve in ma any Uonaat. rourtrnua. and ainaara effort to allay tha dlariiiaioo w bieb we are among tb?' prflt of the country, and to rr?lore t'ongreaa to ita eoaHttutional capacity for action 1 haw baiioTrd that tha roiauoawaalth of hlneaacbuavtta wouldaupport b< r rvpraaaiitntiva in that course I barn believed that a general aeuttuient "f too whole country would faror and encourage thair elf irt* in it aud 1 havr tha aatiafaction now to believe. and In that lielli f 1 ahall not he dl-appoiuted (ChwW ) llowever thai may be that effort I shall repeat. (Henewed cheering ) I u that eourea of pacification I ahall par* aarere. ?< gardh -a of ail personal rooae<|neno?a. (Three rharr.i ) I ahall minialer to no local prejudicial I ahall aupport no ngitatlona baring tintr foundation In raal |kwtl] r.i traction (Ummar and ikwK) I eiuui ?ay nothing wltlrh may foalar the unkind paaalon* aatl.i North trim the Honth Mar in* tongue (Inttlolkii ronf ol tny inouth before it may ul'.er any w ntlment which rhall Inrreaae the agitation In the put lie mind on auch a auhjert. (?"heer? ) (Mr. 1 hate a;?id that thia if not an ore*.ton for political dUcnaeion. 1 coufeM that II tliu time and circuaialanre pare an opportunity. 1 ahouid not he Indlapwecd to addrma the people of Maaaachuaetl* directly upon the duty which the preaent exlgcnrtai of affaire hare deeolead upon her. thl" great and glorioua rtBimc nwralth upon the duly, at Icaet. which It J?trhet npen ue who repreecnt her lo the national l?gialat lire. Thte will not be eucli au opportunity I Bare an ocraelon in nt oat ur to which I ahall Imno diately return, to aire my oploiona upon w ine topice of an intonating character- topl-a in regard to tome of which, there eiiat bittk miaetateirint and miaappro hen-ion the graaleat miafUliRnat tha giealeal niieappreheuai >n. eapeclally eo faraa I am enticemed I may airaply mention one of th< ?e topic, -the ct'dlrery of fugitiree from aerrice. with regard to that i|U*allun. there ealat the 5realea| prejudice, the greateat amaapprehen.l >o? I o not wonder at the mieapprrheiMduna I ana well aware that It i' tcple wbiah inual excite prejudieea f can rery will feel what the prwjnd'eea are which it m?tt eery naturally bring up in the mind* of the good people of tbi- roiunionwral'h Hot. Mr Tnrtla and gentleman thera art In regard to that tnpie. dutiea aheolntet* tnenmbent on the Commonwealth? dull.* irnpoeed hy the rOBatttutinn ahaolutely ineumhent on wrrry pergon who holda odlca In Ma-aarhr.arlU t'nder her own eonatltution and lawa. and llioee of the nation, aha i. hound and perBfi ha aba tw iHhil in I hat ili.i hitan it ihn (ill t V ? ft dlhfta pinlli duly We rail upon iter to di*<-ha-i^i lhat duty an aih.ir of high moral* and high principle*. W? *ho? in h?r. and *r a*k hrr to fr?ol?? upon lha rrti ' 11 ii.< . >.( Inly though U I - * 'l.??grenble duty ny man ran p. rform an agreeable duly. Inn It la not er.ry man who ran prrtura a diea/reaahla duly Any man ran do a hat ! altogether plea-ant The qaxtl? n ixw la. whether Macao. hu*eti* whatbar tha old Htata of Maaaarhnaotta iraprnrrd by two ranturlaa of iTlliaatl'. n renowned for liar intaliariuai c burnt tar, mighty In h>-r moral power. ron*piinoue l?f.?r? tha World, a hading Htata In Ihla roiinlry arrr aince it waa a country a trading Plata m tha I'nion aarr rlnca it waa a I n Ion -tba <|Uaatl >n la. whalhar ta?l rhnaatta will rbtiakrrom or coma to. a fair and reaa->nable and modtrala perfl.rmatire ai.d no mora than n far and r? n?..naUe and a mixlrralr arrfonaanra of htraworn < hi gallon#. I think aha wllf (Cli.rra ) Mr. tha itu> 'th n la wh-thrr Waeaaehu?rtla will rtand to thr truth againat temptation; whether aha will I e jn-t again>t lamptatlon. wbrlbar aha will defand hrratlf again*! h?r own prejudlera Ah? baa aoni,u.red ?trryth ng a|a? in bar lima, aba baa ronqnered tb a ra>an whlah waa bar akora, ha haa rnn.juerrl bar Inflri hla rliaala; aba haa foirht ber way to tha Uniterm) r?ap?rt o| tha wnrH; aha haa conquered reryhf dy'a pr.Jud.cee hut bar own thr .jueatmn la whether-be will r< uquer har own prajudlra. lah-.il rat urn to the Cenaie to put that "titration to bar. In arrianr? . f that common mother. who bail daal It to hrrhratt (t In or* ) In the meantime let me repeat, that I tr. ed no ?1? p backward (Cbcera ) I am >lr*o.rd to thr rratoratlon of p. ?a harmnne, fpi aortl, out of t'.'tigrr**. and ati'h a degree of mutual et. op. iHlh n Inl wwgreae. na may rnahla Ittorarry on opee mora tha legitimate tu?lit. aof lbagoraTiini?nt oftha 1 pit n. for thr pre?errati?n t.f which 1 ctrire Tha tirlon of P'atra for whlrh I alrlfn. I* not marrly a union of law id cor >1 It uiion. of compart, hut wh.la it i? that, It l?a un n o| Ln thnly r. gard. of fratrrnal faallng, throughout tha whole country I do not wiah that any p..rt>n of the people of "tl.'a r .nntry .hall farl held tog. tin r only by tha la nde of a Irgnl corporation, lond" rbhh romc of than may think ra*traln their I'mha. cramp their efretl'Tie. gall and worry tham (tn the rnnltniy hat tbay ball be hr.nnd together by thorn pnrren erlt miy etttlng abalna. that re*nlt ffotn grnerrneefT etlona aid fV-om a aen*? of common Intercut ?rd n r, n>> n pride I n abort, falh w rltla o* my Joalrw and try Icl.-r la to eaa that atnta of thing* produrrd Inwh .h hlllng all boaoaae with gratitnde all haarta with Jor illuminating all face apremllng through nil rank* nt people. whether rlrh or poor whether Nocib. Aonlh. Raet or Weat there ahnll ealat the balm h# aU ear antf?r!ng, Vh? grant aoUoa of all our W YO MORNING EDITION--TU1 : political eele initios In the |twl and glorious future, | and iu a lore of our uuitrd government. I Mr. Wfb?l?r closed. after speaking about fifteen . minute* etoldet vociferous cheering, which lasted for hb< moment* The meeting being In the open air, the vast crowd, in their anxiety to me and hoar the speaker, rushed upon the reporters' tables, and entirely stopped the opcrations of moat of them In this dilemma, your reporter was greatly indebted to Mr. Ilale, of the Air Mf Ustr, for the report prepared fbr that paper. THIRTY-P1RST CONQRKM. FIRST SKWUOd. MIWMi by morsb'i buonbtio nunun. WuiuiiiiToii, April 20, 1K0, TNI rlillUI KltEDITION. The reeolutlon from the House, relative to the GrinneU expedition m reed. Mr. Mili-sb moved thnt It be considered. Mr. Dwiuht opposed the consideration, end wanted Ite reference. The subject Ilea over. the rninnno. Mr. Bentoe offered n resolution, thnt ether printer* be em ployed, when the regular cent motor* fail in their duty; which al*o lie* over. indian teeatie*. The bill aathorialng a negotiation of treatie* with the Indian* on the .South and Writ of the Mlieouri 1 Hirer, Ac., wa?, on motion briefly considered and ; passed. THE IILINOIC rriTTBAI. BAll.ROAD. A bill granting alternate sections of public lands to the State of lUInoi*, to aid in the construction of the rentrRl Railroad, was taken up. A long debate ensued upon the genural principle of appropriating land* for works of internal improvement Without coming to any conclusion upon the bill, the Senate, at a quarter past four, adjourned. Iloaae off Krpreeeiitntlwee. by bain's blbctbo-chbmical tklkskath. Washington. April 20, 1860. rou ntt lands toe soldiers. The SrcAKLE stated the business in order to be the resolution of Mr. Cobb, of Alabama, to make the special nritss a! thi, (Iilv fi,r the third TuesdAV in June, hie i bill giving bounty land* to aeddH-rs In all wurs not already provided for by law. Tb? House suspended the rules, end Ike resolution was adopted. tiib ruiuc raiTTITO. Ur. Wunaomii offered a resolution, providing for the appointment of a select committee. to investigate, among other things, the causes of delay In the public printing Whether adequate prices are paid.' Whether the printing was kept bark to extort higher i prices' W bether there was any combination to break up the contract system ? Whether the present contractors and their seeurlties are partiea to It f What profits arc made, and what alterations are needed, to facilitate the work f The rules were almost unanimously suspended, and the resolution adopted. The House then went into Committee of the Whole, on the ?tete of the I nion. and resumed the MMilMi ! tiou of the twrsTN rr.asrs hii.l Mr. Mooar. (whig) of Pennsylvania, contended that ' there was not a subject embraced in tbc hill, which i was not a perfectly legitimate subject few the action of the lloiire. and which ??. not Mi-t.uned by the e<in-<tiI tut Ion The oetenaible object was to obtain informs' tion on all the subjects embraced in the bill. It was ' not sought for mere idle curiosity, as gentlemen had ' Insisted: but. as a people, we should know our true i position, as one of the nations of the earth, and from experience of the past, get laforuatinu which may he 1 a benefit for the future. ! Mr. Kai rrwaw. (drm ) of Texas, opposed any further ' Inquiries tbau the mere enumeration of ilia inhabitants. If he went further, he overstepped the boundary whirh was assigned to him by the constitution Mr Clsaa. (whig.) of New York, supported the bill, deeming it highly important that we should know the various resources and amount of property of the eoun , ITT. in Huuuinn iii me conning "iditib nniy. I Mr Wooi.waen. (<hm > of Mouth Carolina, argued the | euualilulloual n>n iigaiuel any other c?imui than | ; an enumeration of the inhabitant* Mr OitTra (deui i of Ohio, waa oppoaod to that part ! of the irhriluln to elicit information about ehureliea lie tboueht that penrle'a rlianeea for heavea woull he i aa good without it. lie had n? doubt aa to the ouvati- I tutional power to obtain Information geuerally aa to the condition of the country. Mr John A Kiau. (whig.) of New York, earncetly ( advocated the bill. The kuowledge eought waa neaeaanry for lcgulalive pnrpoaef, a? well > ? luf rmatiuu of the people, and they had a right ta dcniaud It. i The committee then roaa. I Mr Joan, (dem .) of Tenneaaiw. raiaed a t neat Ion of ' order In relation to a dceleian of ihv M jieahec ?u 1'ri! day Inat. and. before dUpoeicg of it, The Ilouae adjourned. Intereatlrig ftwm Metlea. [from the N. O. Picayune. April 31.] Our datee front Vera Crm are to lha 14th. and from the eify of Meileo to the 11th lull. The a?pa*ainatl?n of tlie Deputy Mr Canedo. of which we bare already had an account, haa created the greati at rgritenient. The rrluie la aatd to haee been dictated by political motiTee A reaolution waa tntro ...... ... , ... . < ffrr a reward of >4 imi and a pardon to any una who would turn Plata'* eridenr*. Ttaia ??> rejected. but a r- mlutl- 11 paaaed calling ?a the Mlnlntrr of Jualict to Plata wbat had barn d<>na to diacover the murderer*, and (ikdylDf Iba u*e of e?ery conatltutloual *? ana b>r f n lung iba matlar to tbr bollotn Sr CanaJo war ' ntarrrd on Iba 3>tb ult Moat of tba member* of I Cnnftrfl. tba Frvnch M laitler, and othar* of tbr diplo- . matte eorpa. wrra praarnt at th? cervmouy fubanjuantly tba body waa dMnterrad for tba pur- | P< * of ilalrrminlng on tba Immediate rail*o of liaath. ! tin* man bad raid. In a gambling lion**, lhat for a rum . of m?ni y he would rlt? an aeeoiiol of Iba affair II* j waa arr> alrd. bat notning waa elicited Iba extra aeaaton of I'ongrraa la appronehing a rloaa i It la raid t bat tba government would convoke another it i -I* r to act tie the important 'juration* now pending It I* thought thattbla will b* attended wltb r>nie d ffleulty. aluce it la not eaay to kaep a (juorum | togetbir Madam* Hi-bop waa to bare mad* bar laat appear anee In tb* city ot Mexico on tb* loth New# of tba death of her niothi r compelled her to pnatpov* tbo ocea?lon. On the 3d Inat . a fire broke nut In the city of Mexico, iu tbr Aradrmy of the Fine Arta of Faa Carlo*. For' tunat' ly It wha aoon ? xtinguibed The frequency of Are* baa becorue alarming The Frenrh mi^iaf r baa formed a company of firm men In tba Fnnrh foreign legion, and baa aant to Fianrr for two angina* | tin the Iflat ln?t wna to be launched tba at earn boat , ?I h has I < rn r ti>lru'l<r<l I>J *r ijiinn. mr w? path n If Chulro. A tbort time slnre. Ma tame Mooplalslr gare b;rth to a fine Ik.j It ?a? huI that ?hen be *m teu dara old I . mHmUiI ? idi-d tab-tit for danring The ?tii||trr?f the theatre thought of engaging Mm for mi m All lb* public pr?> rrprrttnl the death of Vital FrimAi aa rile aeaaaetnatloa and rail na tha goI moment to Tblt tbr ???r*"t piui-timrnt oa th? perpetrator I'D ring the performances of tkr Ital'aa opera c m Mk| at Vera t'ru?. a m>-t dlabnllral glut waa kalrhwl It II mt reoundtile It was nothing loaa tkaa h?n the theatre ?? fall, to ?t It and other part* of the II; on lira at tha name time and thaa take advantage j of the r< nTo'toa to rob and plunder with Impunity. Tba rem piracy uaa fortunately dlscuTered In tlata, and four or n?r person* suepecli-d of eompltetty In tha affair ?rru thr< ?u In tba t a*lla of Aan Juaa On tha llth instant tha Senate traa to hare tik-n Into consideration tba *ultja?t of the poilt.aal organl alien of the territory of l,ow*r I'alifornta l ' 1 he hurricane of tbs ? Lb of March did great damage at itrlrala Tba r(opa, fruit* and traaa in lbs rlaiuity ware drat rayed. The territory of Aguasralient** " our forming a part of Faeaterae. again petition* for admlaatnii Into tha r> nfaderary aa an Independent member It com- j plains that the iHat* legislature haa pawed law* for Ilbe rlty of Xaeatacaa. la detriment to tha inloraata of i Aguaei-e llentea The C mniltt-a on ruhlla fradlt haa reported a h II for the rrgulati'-n of the foreign d? M It prorldea fie a national fund of A" 10 241 ? *. at i per eaut lirtereet | to be applied e*eU??lTe|y to the Kngltsh d>'ht. for wbleh the neee??ary bond# shall la l"#ued In l>ondon The rew bonds are to he pteen In eishnngo for the I e< n?< lldatrd fund of A per rent, with lb" rowsent of creditor* For the sum of two million dollars, n receipt ' In fall Is to be glri n to the I'nlted ftnte* for Ibe In ill p ally cl 1 '? !! Way. I 'I. alia ior million ni., rtrrlpt I* to ba yitrn for th? amount dua In 1*-?l Hi??nlk'>rlt!n of tba Plata of I'hlupua bar# pall. I t lot <i1 that the port of rmi-u tbould b? U ' ftiralyn aoromrfra | Tin r.nll.h ininl-?r Mr flankhaad. on Mi urrlral at I V?r? Crui. tu ran l?rd with all tba h.mora dua to liia rank Tba U"*?rr.tin n? aw>p|oy?aa. ka , only got balfthMr ialary thla n "nth Tka trraaury ri>a A plaamd waa nubllabad In tba rily of Mailan.atallnf 11.at on lb# Ptb inat lb* | arilaant ofPanla Anna wara lo pat np a rami at Inn Tbo <Iot? rnm.-nt took all unVtaaary prrrautlona. tba day rjmc and want, but tha ptonuraiainlaato didn't. I Tba Indiana mat I nurd thalr drprr Utlona la tba [ Ptata of I bihtiabna Thiy attachad tba baalaada of r?rm?i. and a "harp ' flfht took plaaa. la tba aoara* of tahiob torn* on both I aidaa nara killed | Tba rboUra had not dlmlnlahad. It had apprarad tt,naratam wltbln fourteen l-acaaa of tba rap tat.? la ?oa?a plaooa aa at Vorella La Pladad Pllaa and La I lot tba bnrrlraaa bad dtlaen tba apldamta away > Tbita at La La*, tbara wara. on Tkaraday Illy d>-atka. on Prldat twanty and on Paturday a<>t a ilafl* ona At I'ladad. aoatalnlap a population of a.iakt about 1?? bad dlad At many other point ath- dl*eaaa waa laglrg tod In BOMa of l hem aary rtotmlly Tba pwv

plaofiba aapltal w?ra fearful that It would aooa at teak ibaaa RK H ESDAY, APRIL 30. 1860. TIm Fwitrtl of a? Hon. Jofcn C. Calhonn, ot CkwlMton, 0. C. [From the Cnrleeton New*, April 38 )* Tb?-?* rrrtmoulM took place jente relay. according to prrviou* arrangement. and with impr???lve aWeianlty There wa? an unlveraal auapenaluu of huainra*. publio nd private. the bank*,the iaauranee ottwi. tbo counting nouwee. and atoraa of every description being I eloard A larger number of persona appeared In proeeeaiou than ha* bean known to aa^etable for a aimilar purpose In the history of our community, aueh ?aa the universal deal re to honor the nbo-^uii a of our lamented Senator Hundred* of cltiien* from varioua part* of the State, viaited the city, to view or participate In (ho anramnniaa (hi nTMT ?i(t? til* tnlfaanu r.f avmna. thy and reapeet were risible The front* of tha private dwelling*, atoraa, and hotel*. on those atreet* through which tha proeewdou passed alt tha public building*, tha City Hall, tha 8tatc llouna. the Guard Hnuaa. tha Ksehang*. Hibernian Hall, tha Pirv Proof Building, with thatowar* of 8t. Mirhaal'* church, were clothed in the emblem* of mourning. The sounds no leaa than the eight* of general sorrow -the muffled drum*, tha tiring of minute gun*, the tolling of alt the bell* of our rarloui ehurche*. the plaiutlve tone* of military music from several baud* -all gave melancholy aseuruuee. that one universally beloved wa* univcreally mourned. We now'proceed to deacribe In a? much detail aa time will permit, the Interesting eeremuaics:? ruocr.sAin* to tin: citadel. Among tha insignia of mouruing which nnlvernally draped the front* of the dwelling* and public buildng* through which tha proce**ion passed, on It* way to the Citadel, we were rtrurk with the large eurtain* which elo*ed up the front of llayno, *nd the baonar *u*pended at the *amc potnt over Meeting street, bearing on either able the motto*?"Soul ht.'arolina Mourn*" ?-The Nation Mourn*." The Citadel also wa*appropriately draped In streamers and roeettes it* etnbat> led pern pet appropriately ronroaled lu front by an imitation border of black *nd while. During the successive arrival of the Tariou* division*, our attention wa* especially drawn to that headed bv the Rev. Mr. Vate*. of the'Mariner'* church This band wa* cotnpo*?d of the hardy son* of Old Neptune *nd we could not fail to appreciate tha admirahlu propriety ot their uiotto?-The Children ol Old Ocean Mourn for Him"? when wa r< called the great and elferlual effort* ot the deed insuataining that war. one of the watchword* of which van '-Sallora' Right*"?the war of IMA ARRIVAL or THE HEMAIS*. The strainer Nlua. which had beeu engaged, and appropriately dossed In mourning for the purpose, arrived trein Wilmington early ye*terday morning, with i\ij? KoHv of Up f'nJhntm tniti**r thii pIihivp of th#? S**r gcnnt-itt-ArAH of the Senate of the I'nited State*, attended by the Committee of the Senate, the Committee of twenty-fire, and Mr**rs I. K Holme* and Venable, of N<-rth Carolina, who had been Inrtted to accompany the body. At nine o'olock. the eteuurer Metamora, and thi propeller l'ilot. left the port to ronroy the Nina into the haibor, and the steamer* above named, with the mail boat, Gov. Dudley, and the rereuue cutter. Capt. Coet, In tow of the Nina, aud firing minute gun*, passed up the harbor, their colore at half mast. Arriving at Smith'* wharf, the remain* were consigned to the Subcommittee from the Committee of Arrangement* appointed to receive the body. akhival at tni citadel. The remain* were received at the landing by a detachment couponing a military escort, consisting of the following companies:?the Marlon Artillery, the German kusileer*. and the Washington Light Infantry?the whole under the command of Capt. Manigault? aud were carried in proccaeion to the Citadel, accompanb d by the Committee of the Senate, the Commlttte of twenty-five, and the Sub-Codfuiittee from the Csuiniittee of Arrangementa. in carriage*, the driver* having hat band* aud acarfa of white, the body being placed on a magnificent bier drawn by eight horse* clothed in mourning. The bier at the ba*e wa* sixteen feet long, ten feet wide, aud *ix feet high, with an elevated platform twelve feet long, raven feet wide, and rained two. fee'; above the bane ; eight pillar* ipringing from thi* platform. and surmounted by a cornice twelve Inehe* deep The ridge of the roof Wa* elevated two feet, finishing oh with plume* four feet high?making the whole height from the ground to the top of plume* twentythree fes t. Tt,. I,w? rnveVMiI within *lv Inrhe* of the ground. with heavy fold* of blark cloth, with deep trirgr at the bottom and black nnd white twiel-d cord on roll* of blark crape at the top, with featoona of blr.ck and white crape hanging from roeetira of erape. The elcvalt d platform wa* rpangled In a rurre on the later with deep feeioouit ot black crape, eeeured by cord* with heavy black taeeete. The eight pillarr- were covered with black crape made loose nnd tied up at ictervalr with ridle of white crape. The above platform. inetde the pillar* wa> elevated by three atepa. the whole ccrercd In blark. with twiated blnck and 1 white rord at the Intersection ot the atcpe. and on the top of theec atepa wan placed the rofln. which waa par tlali; coveted with a pail of black vvivet. with bordura of deep bin. k rttk fiiope and a palmttta. Worked la ailver. in eaeh corner and centre. Tbe grouud-work of the cornice wav black, with allvrr ltaud* or moulding* around the top. and oruamer.trd at the bottom of the friete with ailver atara. olaerd at intertale. The arina of the Stale, euiblaaoned in *ilvtr. on rhield*. with blark grouud and illvrr bordera. nrnamciitrd the centre ol the two aid.-? ; llie. e rhWIdn wire draped with black erape. The corner* were ntmounted by eight black plnmna. one over each pillar, aupported by Hirer batin; the baaea ift lumr* were covered wltli heavy folda of black crape. The angle* of the roof were covered by ailver roda. terminating at the top with a ailver ball, on which waa nvrured the central pluute. which waa romiroaed of black o?trich plume* and heavy pendant* of black crape. On the arrival of the bier at tha Citadel Yard, the body waa formally delivered over to tbe llovernor of the Mate, by tl a lion. John Y. Maeon. Chairman of the Senate Committee, and by tbe U<>v.-ruor to the V? \ i r i I ( Idtkln Id Ik* 00am of Ml reply to Mr Ma M on rro iving the fWI?<il of lb* honored charge. his Kietlicncy allud-d to the attention and devotion | aid t j the lion Mr Vrnable to Mr Calhoun durkg hia lart air knee*. and thanked him for tbrm in the name of the flat*. In reply Mr Vrnable ga?r a brief account ot the lart nnurnli of the honored dead asTL'hn rxukume The prneeeeli n which we* to accompany the remain* to the t'ity Hall, began to move at I o clock and proceed! d do* u King atreet through llaacil to Meeting, down Muelltg to South llay up Heat liar and down Hrcad atreet to the City llall. and ronaiated ol the *ocletlra, lodgt *. publle fuucllonarlea, military rout panl<(. lire companion, cllleena on foot and boraeback. in the order enumerated in the programme previously pnbiiahid by the CwuinilUre of Arraugemeuta. The procession eatended for upwards ol a mile. At the turning poiat of the proeea*i<>a on It* return through Ring atreet, the cornrr of llaael. another mourning banner wa* suspend-d. with the motto, "routh < arollna mourns her Iom ' (hi renehlng the City Hall. the body wa* borne into the lower room and placed wtlhin lie cal*Uii|ue winch had hern erected for the purpose aud where It lay in state until this mnrnirg uudrr the charge of a guard of honor The following deecr.pllon will convey an ed< <4tale idea of the *pl>-odor ol the catafalque, and rich appointment* of the llall atattirrioe or rut cararaiei a. I The Interior doenratinot of the City 11*11 eihlblt murk U>t? til artiMIt arrangi no ut The reiltng of the ? per loot rix n U (Tactfully draped Iu mourning, ai.'I all ot lb<- windowa hung aiUi curtain* of crap*, tr n niol with ?hlt. the f*?tu<>n< of each window form* rf l'j a aiouralB( rewrite In tha tut end of lot room a ratafhlqar haj turn rtirtrf. a tuoet chatte and beautiful atruclnre tk< fit'^n arrang-un-tit anil <torLV"ii( tfthirh reflttl Ikr lngli??t credit up n tbt grail- lata tin hart planned and perta?*nd"d Ita i taction. The hat* of II.# i atal*l.(ii- la about mat* tei a fret long, by Ittltn fort bri ad aiol It* height about threw leot. li* tack aid* of tbr haw ar- three ealablai art*. ornament' d with ! alooaa la white and black A flight of four al< { alth oruami'dtcd butretrra Hata to tkr tc>p of tht baar and on tarh batr*a? art placed t?l candelrhra. th? Nnubre light ol wtilrh aiidx a roll am effect In tbt tour Ihe a bolt of tht ba?r and atrpa art tnrrrnl aiih (lack Tilftt Tbo celling of tbt caiafalouc l< grained In aback ground of klack radiated with whit* in tb? centre of which aa i paifuc light hat btcn placid by ?"? Inn* bit lucaaa. ahith throw* a entrain and mourning light upon tht riatiu* of tbt illucirin'i* dead nbicb rep ?e upon tbt bl. r in the t< nire i f the interior Tht In r i* atgkt foci long mid In ririily drapail In bleak nliat with Mlk tBa.al. ll ia nirhr.J alx'ilt onakail a foot apart. and In aarh uirba U plara I a I rn?tal am The grain. <1 ratling la aupportad I J ti n iifaul ful column* Ilia capital. aiunr and I a?a of ra. h drill at-ij araaaaaM la whit* and blank lb* foikifiiad |?ra|?| an rbgautly ar<>i|Kt an I lha latb r la attrmountad l.y thraa rtbrfd. aprt-ad aagka ark k'tr ri la ita btak a baauliful wiwalh. Tba rafUtfhtf.fi la thi rftlri of I ha paraprt raalalai Ilia ryi hira of oar ill nalrl' ur ilalr<m?n ? aamr. and tha Irlrta la rtably mamantrd In wkllaand blurb drapary 1kr< vgkowt iha aatiir hall tbrra rnlgna a a.drum atla*f? and a aoailda abad. . and lb. ?l ? in and aadaaaa whirh parradi d Iha building aer ma to b? rrOrflrd la Iha fantaof th* thonmnda who flalt thia aarrad yrt mournful aped Thar all fril tba f?rra of tba Iango*** of Irrlplurra that " a grant mm hath rallra In laraal." 1 ha ptffraalon dlapaf'd aboat So'rlofk and too large a ?Itara of rradii aanuot ha awarded tba I'oaamlttia of Arrange manta. and all othar pa?tlaa bating lb* rariHontaa la charge, ft.r th? adiaiiabla order and irfret decorum ahlrii mrr e?|.?.rcad tlifmigboat I ha Vi alkt f waa drl gklfnl. a a?ad alm'?rhar? and ?al| watfrfd atraata produrlak all tba comfort which waa yooibiaaniliriha elrrwmataaot-w At arly dawn tba tolling of tba Mffla ann -wnrad thn day thai the rellglnaa Mretre. were to laka plaaa |n tba i rdar an.I ciana?r alr-m'y Indicated. A aitie ffta raaab n waa lnrm< 4 at 10 o'clock and prooorded with iba r<n alnx from lha rlty llall to At I'hd'p'a t'hnrah. wkara tba fborral ?artira having lta?? parfwrmad hy tba law I'krieiopher tiadadrn. a funeral adJrna waa d?IIaarcd by lha Ra* Jama. W ttll??. to a orvwdod auditory I Intelligence. fit Jamee f r ruifk baa ha?a oro fad aa Ftart kurgaoa of tba I'arifa aquadroa aad wit. wa barn aall for t bagrae la tha natt ataairrf from "lit fork A draft of owa knntln d Bud alghteen aaawiaa. nadar roanoaod of l.laotanant Mn awt, arrired h. ra taaiarday. iu tbo rrfcat arhooaar Ann l? . < aptala iafdl from Raw Wk Tkay ara lulan lad far thy t A frtgata Cw?grorn Aar/aU Rm.au, rat ERA J ZX&A1SIS ftAT.A^pwmMi Falling of the Bonded W?rrhou?f In Water Atreet, and the Old Chemical Hunk Ball ding la Brand way. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED, tee., See., tee. Til* ACC1DKHT AT T1IK BOTDKD WAtKII'iCSB. Monday terms to be an unlucky day thia year. It was the day of the Hague street catastrophe; the day of the felling of the churrh in Brooklyn; and on yesterday oeenrrad two terrible disasters. which, though not of the same extent, are atlU suflelently appalling It will be recollected that on Friday last, we called attention to the dangeroua condition of the bonded warehouse in Water street, next to the fire that occurred on Wednesday night. Our warning was unheeded, or at least not acted upon, and the const quenfe U moot fatal. j Tho gable end wall of this building, next to the tore that waa burned down, projected out. partly in consequence of tho excessive weight placed against it, and partly from lti Ionium the support of the wall of the etore. which fell, with the exception of the frout wall, which stands. It swayed to and fro in a ino.it frightful mauner. So much did the Chief Kngtneer apprehend danger, that he would not allow the firemen to go under It to play the hoac upon the burning ruins aud completely extinguish the fire. We think the Chief JCngineer had authority enough to pull down tho wall, aa we hare often aeen him order walla to be pulled down after Area, when they endangered the lives of the paaeemby. lie applied to the Mayor. The Mayor, the Chief of Police and the Comptroller, went to the ground on Friday; and it waa suggested that the floors in the bonded warebouae. being overloaded Home of the good* should be removed. An order came from Mr. Maxwell, the Collector, not to allow a single thing to be removed; and eurvryora bad extuniued the building and pronounced it all safe, though the peak of the gable projected from fifteen to eighteen Inches orer the rulna. Mr. Stephen Whitney, the owner of the building, waa also present, and Mr Tucker, the builder, and Alderman Smith, who ia also a builder Hoth of the latter gvntii men. we underatand. declared the buildiug itielf to tie rafe. but thought there waa some danger of the peak tailing. It waa then egret d to pull the peak down, or have H aecured. aud in the meantime to fence the ruina in. ao that nobody could be euiinugered. The Mayor, relying upon the good faith of tbia arrange, ment. and fearing, utter the decision of learned architects and surveyors, that if be ordered it to be pulled dow n the city would be mulcted in au action for daniagrs. allowed the matter to rest In tbia. we think, be. as well aa the Chief Kngineer. waa in error The danger was palpable, and he ought to hare had the wall pulled down, at any risk A jury, under auch circumstances, would have given very small damages, if any. Mr Tucker states that he proposed pulling the peak down on haturdar though he bad no authority from Mr Whitney, but that the insurance companies olgtclid lie expressed his upprelienaion about the danger of nieu walking under the buildiug All warnings were despised just as in the Hague street tragedy, aud lut ? whose lives were valued leas tliau a handful a few dnmagrd balee t'ntil Mi inlay. men could not ' be got to work under the Impending danger, but. uafortuoatil.r. twelve? and we know uol bow many more?were Induced to rlrk their live*; or probably they we re told thi re wee no danger, aa the learned ?urvejura and architect* had raid ?o. Thuatliey were Drought like rhecp. to the slaughter. Tottering to ita fall ae it wee. the rain on ttuuday night and yeaterday morning made 11 ao much heavier that It came down at 10 o'eloek in the ton-noon with-a tremendoua craah, burying at lmrt eigl-t under the ruin* Three were taken nut initio dlalely ? namely. Kdward Mi Sluine 04 Cherry (treat. diad; John Ilrlacoil. both of whoae lega were broken, and who du d in the City lloepital in a vi ry rbort lime after hia removal, and Thaniax Leahy, who waa taken out rllghlly hurt Hugh MrHhane. the fkther of the young man who waa killed Michael Connor. and John Harvey. i reaped, aimply be-eauae tliey were at one ride out of the range of (lie falling brleka. tiling the babe ofrolton tbat the oilier men had taken nut of tberuinr. tlf there that were buried bencalii. th< re waa no hope; and ronaequeutty, there wa* no | immediate effort made to extricate them. But there j waa another rearon why there waa delay In getting out ' the te dii? It war ttartwl that Ihc gable of ll ork X Ilrake'a tore. No 31. at therouth ride of the ruin* of ! IK). and < xarlly corresponding with the K?l'le that bad Juit fallen wa* pro)* rtiutf "Ot?e i(rtiln n lorbra; aud m* n would tiot venture their live* #nwt It till it wax in noDr decree rrrutrd The Mayor Chief of Police chief Ki glut i r.Capl W lie*, of the Pint ward police. A**i*tant . Capt? Fnlu n and euoitgraa* were In attendance. and 1 rn den d rtcrj mlitura. The Chief of Police and | Mayor. In iweinlhf the differ?t itwln of the ituro of Vteik anil 1'iako. commented aeverely upon the Impropriety of thai atore ami other* Iteing left with the ! lialiliway* lanfutr. uol only without a entering hut no railing aroiitid them to protect peranu* from falling I down The Chief of Police remarked that hi* men were In couatuul danger from thia cauae as they weut into itorr* in tlinm of fire to protect the property, and < the Mayor raid, a rlau*e r unlit to he inserted in rrery | policy of in*uranea rendering the Insuranre void If the hatchway* In every (tore and warvbouae were not propei ly yuardid I udrr the direction of Mr Woodbull. the Mayor, and Mr Mat?rll. Chief of I'olice, Mr Tucker ilien raiiMd the Ratlr to he held by mean* of Iron clamp*. with chain* attached and run into the inaldc. and there tiled* fart Hut It ??i very far from baing re ndered rale by (hi* operation, for the top projected a* much aa ever. If not more and It war agreed to take It down Ihtr day The workmen, however. believed it to be all right and they commenced removing the brieka and aegjeb ug for the hod tor In the ui-nntima. ttio rpectatora. and rapcrlally I bo relative* of th-we who wire known to he uudii the ruiur. were In a alato of painful rsrltt nn nt. At length, the worat apprelienall na were rrallaed. and de.id l.ody after died body waa takin out. mangled and mutilated In the moat ahorkltig manner, and conveyed to the Klr?l word alatlon h' Uie PIve were recovered he-Idea the two wa have already mentioned, namely John llnurigaii. I'mtick finny. John llayea. Will.am I'ratt and John Lavery A* tble made eleven namea lu all. and only thoae eleven were relurnid by the employer a* engaged In the work, the rearch waa given over about vis o'clock Hut a woman, with teara In her ryea. tba wife of a man named Kllry. realdlng In tVa-lnugton trret. applied for information about liar hurbvad. who. rbe -1 a11 d. worki d at the rnln* on Saturday and left the he are on that morning (Monday), with lita ilium r kettle to go lo work at the vame place It wa* thro eight o'clock, and bl* non-aptiearaiice up to that time li ft no doubt upon her mini that he. t>M? wa* imong th< rlain II tbU name ha* been omltlid in the li-l bow many more n ay hava bran omitted and be Mill order the ruin* I* a quratlna that remain* to ho reived 1 lie following la lha I let of the dead, lha wounded, and the living, a* far aa wa hava bean able to a-cvrialn It :? John llourigan, 72 Ultvrr atraot. iw year*, a native of Ireland- d< ad I'atrick harry. 10 Cherry atreet. 27 yaara of ago. a native ot I ri la ml dead f.dnard Mrhhano. 04 I'berry atreat 30 year* of aga. a native of Inland d<ad John llayi a. 10 fmt atreat, 3h year* of age, a native of Inland dead. W llUem I'ratt. in fmni rtreet. 2J y>-nr* of age a native of Ireland- dead Jthn LaVery. M Oliver atreet. U year* of age. a | nativv of Iri land dead Jthn lirteeoU. Water atreat. a uativ* nt Ire-land (lead John Riley W aahingtoa etreet, a native of Ireland - mia?ing 1 be ma* I.rahy wiundr 1 Hugh Ma*hane escaped unhurt >1 led-ael I'onnor rale. Je hn Harvey?aafe 1 be mangled re main* of the dead In the foregoing ' 14*? presented a right alraort too horrible fir humauity In tear LavrryV head and face wi re made perfeatly flat, ot here had their vitalr eru?hed out. while their j beaila and larea ap|e are d uninjured, while the fare* . I f *? m* preweute rt the- appe aranee of being rulfreated. ! In audition to Injuria* of who li no de.ubi. lhe-y would ' have neon died 1 he fare- of Ji.tm llayeea wa- re ud -red . at while a* if It were painted, the Ih-ur baring been | In ?!<! <1 li.lfi It ' ha Itiirn if ntiilfer two i,r lhr.ia ia?hr of flour f*ratt ?*? itwi rruebid and menglrd Imnlli r?tiiii( flour Theee rename, with tha agonteid moth- r? and wi??? anil ?l?ti r< and danght.-ra. are (di g. aiiil refit-Ing |o r uinf-ited twrauee the dearitt ol^telaof thi lr affi-etloaa vara uo nu>re, eihiUlad Bltilr thalat M utterly unable In deeerihe 1 he < farmer ?aa ao tigey <J with other ini|Ueata thai ha aae ana hie in attend yeetetday anil ninat of the ht.uiia ?ir? |>eriultt>d In he taken to the reetrl' ft feral iheir ftlead* la the earning Aa la-|U"*t mil be held to-day and it la to he bribed that a thorough laerrtlgatloa will ha Inrtltalrd into the raaae i.ftbl? dire r identity and the ri -ponaihlliiy plarul ay n the right rhr altera. 4('<IP?T at tma nt.n iMKMUAt. me??eii? mrDire h? Rt*cr> i nuti? ti?k Itt'tea. About half far I Vo'elrrk ytaterday morning. a* tha wi rkaer n were engaged la gulling down the old hull ding formerly oerafled hy the ('hewieal Hank, the floor o? I he third rtory eaddenly gar* way. la enaeer|uene? of the rlda fug|>ort?ra t>e|ng aut away, aad fell earrylng with It the floor* below to the baei meat, erti-hing under nr at h rerr rai lalmn r? and fnrp?nt?-r? 1 he f>dl > Ir.g perron* wire takr n fr< tn uader the rulna, and roi.reyid to the City llo?gll?l Matthew Klaraa Jnha Or Idea. M'ehael Mellaeea John Treavor Thome* hate l atrtik Brady J llughea. flamwl tlaater Jiiaee IIi ghee It vae fx Iteeed at trat, that aereral of the -a perron* were mortally wounded hat tt turned rat thai tiny were more frighten*d than hnrt nr at wiwet oilir etanned hy the failing rain* hueh a remit le *11 Vat mtraruh u? and eonld only oeenr at Bar rum ahere erety thing la wnndertal Dae of the m> a taki a oatloet lii* r*aeon temporarily , either from ahlow on .h* Lead u feim terror Other* had rata aad LD. TWO CENTS. garhea. but none of a a. rlona kind. Mr. Trimble. Ik# architect, when he board of what occurred, fell In a M. and WM tarried Into Oenln'M bat store next door. li may be an wi-U to montlon bora, that Mr Trlmbla bad nothing to do with the falling down-that waa performed by another mntraot It waa bis pert only In build np The building and ground belonged to lb* Ardi n relate and the directors of tbe Chemieat Bank rurrrndert d It on the 5th of April, though their leaoo did not expire till May. In order to areomm-Hiate Mr. Ut uin andMr Barm urn The former la about building a dure in the lower part, and Mr Hi mom is to bar* the upper part lor the enlargement of hit museum which adjoins. The conduct of the pereon who had charge of this work U highly dupable, as many Urea might hire been aarrifleed by hie baete to get through the work br a eliort rut that would make It very profitable to the contractor The at ileal and M astral. Bowirt Thxatbc ?a rich and epleudld bill waa prw rented lust evening at thie great and highly popular theatre, and an immense audience wna gathered together on tho occasion. Never, perhapi. was thwt great play of Shakapeare'a. "Hlng Henry Fourth." produced under better auaplcea. or performed by a more talented company. Mr. Arnold, as King iieury. heater, as Prince of Wales, and J Wallnek. Jr . as tlotkpur 8lr John Falataff. Mr. OUbort. presents such a i-emhination of talent, in one piece, as ia rarely if ever to be met with Of Mr Leeter's Prince llal. it ia needlrwi to say that it was Ihe very Hal which ShnhMpeare drew. Mr. Gilbert's Kalstaff was a masterpiece; and Mr J. Wallurk.u* the nt Hot-pur. was admirable. The other clniracli r,? did credit in their alii to these great one." This evening "King lleurjr" will he played again, when an opportunity of seeing t)ilbert'? admirable peroniflrution of Falstaff will be afforded B?oadwav Tncavak.?Bulwer's beautiful ptey of the "Lady of Lyons," wai enacted at the Broadway theatre lest evening. The oceaaioa was the benefit of Mr. I'yott The part of Panliue waa enacted by Mra. McOill. who made her first appearance. Mr Dyott played Claude Melnoltu with very good effect The afterpiece waa the farce of Turn Out." Mr". MeGIU, we understand, ia to play am ngagemenl at the Broadway before long The Broadway was tilled last evening with a highly delighted audience Bi a ros'? TuiATaa ?The very interesting drama at the " Wreck Ashore," which has been so well received, and eo admirably performed, at this attractive resort, for several uighta past, was. yesterday evening; preceded by a new aud highly amusing piece, entitled, My l'verious Bttsey." which went off with gr?at trial. Aided by u company such as Mr Iturtou has around him new plays cau be brought aut with tha greatest facility, aud performed with judgment, ability, and success. The house w?s, as usual, tilled to overflowing. Natiosal Thca raa. Chatham street This pleasing aud popular theatre Is again In the full tide of triumphant success. We uever saw a mora crowded house than last night. The enterprising and skilful managers spare uo expense nor trouble, and their labors aud talent in raterlng or the public are crowned with the hiplicst success. Last evening Mr. Barney VI I [ 11 ? n. ? me l.lT..ee..? .I.e..I I , .slhi.r In I Sim piece i utltled In and (lul of Flora." T?o cuch comedian* woutil make an/ pier* kucecej J*tfrr*on, a? ucu*l comoianded the rlclM* niu?cle* of th" audience at will; and Mr .William* * > K^ually aurocoaful In hi* enactment of the Irichuinn "Ireland an It r*."au4 the "Limerick Mo/." wore rich piece* admirably played. In fart, euuilc tnlent rcigu* now predomiuaut at the National. and thl* evening a rich tract of huuior. drollery and fun. I* to be ecru there, a* th* bill will chow Mr*. Mritayer. now Mr* William*, i* returned again to delight her nuuisrou* adiuirer*. aod play* again to-night Aetna Plaik Tii? *tar -Tb* new pier*, entitled The I>uke'a Wager." wa? performed. Iiwt evening. at tbi* beautiful place of ruium meuta. Thl* corn dy la the tranelation ot Alexander Iluma* play, acted ten year* ago In Marl*. und* r the titIm of " MadeinoUelledw ltelle Irle." which met with the greateat ?ucre?* The tran?lation. by Mr* France* K.-mb'.e w.i* well received. and performed remarkably well by Mi??c* J. Dean and buret and Meaara, Nratir and Addam* who were railed le-fore the rurtalti. at the ami ol the per* formance The rcnery I* magnificent. ami the ?h >l? piece produced wit b that due regard to dramatic cff?ct that plainly chow* the enperior (kill and etc lleut management <1 Mr Ifa**. The b'>u*e wa* Will ami farhionably attended, but we could have wMn-d to have era a mora uumerou* audience to rewarj thl* eaterprlcilig tetrran of the clagr We leave to th* round eaperienee rf the manager to judge If It I* not ueeaecary to rut mme ncene* of tha place that have apt* a/i d to u? rather long The utertaintue.it* cmrlnded with the rowird* of "Naval V. iig?-ci**wt *." whtihwa* capitally performed. Iiy Mr llaa* and tha talent*d article of the company T"-mght. will ha perform* d The Dukr'a Wager." aud a new farce, called Mv I'rteloua Itrlcev " E Ono* B*on?L??r.?A grand cnnaori *111 bf gir?-n lbl? rvrutng. at the Broiklftt Ki-.iial# Artdim) by fk'bnMtah K I' ">k th* mi'lr.tl pr<?1 K]r1!l? p? rtnrnmncp* art ?*ry ri markahtp. and a.' hp i? li> bp andrtrd by Mir# Julia Northall. anil M? ?r* ! Sf?y. *r. llrrhl and Leopold Mt yar, a gr> at tri al any b' >tullrlpatrd. CnBKTT'a Optaa Horar.?Tb* partfnrmanppa of tbda Ulid. Iwt mruiun. rlirilnl an u u:il tin- nwt hearty cbrrrn. Thry wuaril lu m rcl?e all th? ir pmrpr* la tile***, and wrrn nwardod wilh r?-lt? ralaJ cbtara A tnr programme for thU nruiiif Oi rwric.?Pb rrr'a Mln?tr?'l? prracnt a railed bill of entertainment for tlila vyrniM. eonaMIn* of negro songs rhuruixs and daunug Afternoon performtnn> to-morrow Miloi > o* - It hitr's Airmsh r* sre amusiug lb* Bowrrjr folk* with their negro rnrli dies, every eraenlng. Cm* cat Rooan Th)' ChiWK lwlf, now hr|?( ethlkiud at thrw rooms. if ??ttmetn?-t all ihe tathionabla people of this city. Ahe is a great rurtoeily. Ctai-ra- Aaroa I'tsc I Tin French ec|iio.trl*ns ara ben ui.UK such favorites that the amphitheatre la crowded every night. Thnjr tiro evidently the h.?at artiata that have ever appealed In thla city An afternoon p< rfotnmnra to morrow, at .'I o'clock. Mr ('Mirrianai iH e are g'ad to porcelm tint thla distinguithed rntm dlau liae arrived, looking well, and read; to Nam nil I uaiiW?s on hi* old ground in r .ajunrtion with Mr llroiigham IV e perceive lie- ti irtleu will be opened on the latli of Ma/ ami It i* whispered a rer/ powrrftil company la already engaged Ki'TCHiaxia ftwtf.-Thli compauy of roe*1 performere will glee their la't concert, to-morrow evening, at I he Tahemacle The programme eontain* a llaa aelertloii of their songs M MfKio Buaiti'. the tragedian, I* playing at Cincinnati. Nartmridi of 1 nil I r Mania. Hon Jrrc I1em<n*. lion A W llarrt* Alabama, Ci>l Craig Maj Penny. I A A I.lent ti It ilraharo. I' D M l' . and rerenty-ntne others ariired In thU city yeatrrday. and took room- at the Irving Ilea** Hon Truman Amlth.Conn, Hon. T Ittul-r King, lieorgla Maj hil l y L .? A and seventy, three other* atrlrrd yeatenlay. and took rooms at the A at or Mow. J< ho Walters CAM. and thirty others, arrit-d and look rit'ini at the American Hotel. The aggregate arrWals at the other hotels wa? flrw hnndn d and ft-rty-*even Hoc t jhariand family. Maj llarangi. and Captains Ts-kay Kvmenvl and I'owtts the Hungarian lea, p?*e< d through I>? troil en the -ltd Inst ., is 1W1 fot the Meat !"?!??- IlilHll^rnn. firrttif !' < tin Jo k /?r r?? YIhmW T>p> Conrtal ( Joarph and Patti-nxm. irmiHrM relay a mil known rogue and - cap I r>> Itirl ri'-'ia MvknH'a l?land ratlini; hm.lf Hill Juki' >11 but heller known to iIn- |o>|i> m hu'hor tie- a> I* " , a .'wt 1 hin Individual li rlwrfnil Kith robbing \li Nteh<4 nn, an old rnunirynmn fmnt fhtmi *% e ml;. o| kl? ??IW containing f2( >H) In batik Id > at*" h'? gvld natch ll ??> i?? thai the > IJ * nil 'am. on p >t<n li; < ?< i.ir.g la>t about 4 o'rloek ??- la ( -litre ?tr*-t or that rlrlnll; n< ar In the fl?? I'oinla. on tit- ?iy la lh? franklin . ijuara Mot.I ?h?r? ha I;. pulling op ? 1 ho< Mergcn Jnrk mm- np to littn ati<l ' aid h r d ? y u do, oldgentleman " al lh- ?imh lime gi" til a a Irlrmil; hup around the wai?l T?o rdhaff. llo?? ?!? ? nut up aacninnliraa anil between the Ih'M the* - - I - ii.- ...i ..?? .f ki. nntrli Mr dlrk<lfM y?*t.rrla* M tnili( th" rff M, id* lillft.d blin w III* r?<<n win nit b m tb frl?udly iilttcr It I* pnaaiU. tb.il Hit mm j w it W rtrun ? tl I ut a? an ly pf"b"Mr Jd"ltoo b itbmp roiartiiiii d U i trtiiM it In a pr ,rat? rrli to knit a I miner to trine .*ntW nf <t Th> / % man by Iho num. of t.u'h.r Ptfkt. wti trrnlnl frMiiili; by A*tl*ltnt Captain t.ral.am on arhare" <4 Mt< rlop ihaddwlliog kmnw uf Mr* ffrirn. Mil at.allne thin front itttnirm allr.r Ira dpi..**, two tllrrr rr?*m .point ???*n ?l|rar tahlo >p?on> and nlb.r arttcl.. of ?llr.r Tho utruinl waa ' i.ainiilif In prtann for a forth.r hunting Cnttrt t?f Oyrr ami Trrmlntr. flrbirn t'btrt Juttl*. hilmnntl* and A 111. r m "11 It .11 It id H??m Aran 29 - The ffii.trtdt M'Aift -Char 1 I*a ffirk, who b?it hr*n Indirti u fur th. murder of Wm Ifkltb by alinmlng lilm but waa found entity of manalaughlor in lUtlilnl kifrt., waa rail, it up It mi ll* Hit tllft Of lb* trull 1 hi arruard pat In an atndarlt tn farther M'tigal ini if hi* ? ?. i.er tn wldrh be Mated that in h?-l lb gu? In Me tti re for tb. yeryi <t of trlgM oil* While ?n1 M> ftltmti who bad ihr ili n.il hint and thai be did I M know that II w*a loadrd wli?n h* pu-lied m? d-.rrat.d mil of bit etnre with II ?< !?> ?h" ??H?do? a* arrtdental . filtrni* I bar* tnfcr.d a great low by thla, yamr honor I hare In?l Upward* ?f .-'Ad C?i at I ''U bar* not auttalnM ?o eroat a low M Whit# bl* llf* li?? brra tarrlfl rd The I'tntrt ** . h? w??er, lnrllm d M b. Itere lb* main farta atatod ia lb* nrleonrr'* dhlarlt ai d rtmy w?trtd th-r.fore .?t>nr. him In taaprt.otini.nt for tit month* in addialnm to lb. p.rlnd h. baa alr.ady und'.rg.'ue rn* ruurk than adjonmrd mm dd.

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