Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 8, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 8, 1850 Page 1
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T H ] NO. 6*S43. uurcintt. . FO* LlinPOOL-IINirilU STaTBS M AI iTs?! A?T- I atiip ATI.AMII', t apt. jbin(*??(,-Thin etiamahip depart with tli? mill? fur Europe, positively, on Saturday, June IMli, at 12 o'eloik M., from h*r berth it the foot f Canal ttreet. No ber'h "m ured till paid for. For freight | or having am'nniitiodationa for elegagea r MBfurt. apply ??> 1 i M>? I' K i ni l.INS. .V, w?n unfl. UNITED STATI.* N.ill. MiAlltKS Uk,IWfc^.N MW York ku4 Literpool?Tlie aMp* conpoaln# thw lino axe ke ATI.ANTIC, Captan. v?es?. A R( TIC. Captain Luoe. PAtfriC, Captain fly*- Baltic, Captaiu Cumataok. iPMlAlll'. Ctp'tli Ortfm. , Theae aMpe hiving keen hoilt ky contract expreaaly for geveramrnt aerricv, ?>ai) cure hti keen taken in their ??natrtieiioa, at alao in 'I'.' an n;ei?. to enaure atrength uud i^e>l. and their acfoiimortatlona for pauengera art un nualkd tor elegance ?r comfort. Priae of pa??a40 from New Yoafc t? Liverpool, $'t>: excluai** u?( of extra >ize atat* rcoir.j. %. J3. An caperirnt-eil mr.o.n will he attached to ?^cba).ip. No bertha aecnnd until paid for. tot freight 1 ?r pa*a?g<\ apply to K. CULLINS, ? Wall atreetj I ?r, to BktiH'N >HII?I KV k CO , Livorioal. I ? ?< Atlxati willleate I nrrpc.l May .N, IM#. I " l'a'.Bo " " l.iverpo. I June 19, " I " Atbntio " " Si-.v \ ork June IA, " I " " " " I ivcri I July ID, " " 1'aoifle " " N?? York July 8, " I Rtlaatio " " N< w {'..rK July 27, " Tht cmitrs of theae shipo ill not l>e aor?nntalle fur *?ld. I <il?er, i., fj-etie. J. . elry. prto.xia atone* or inetalo, le** t illwjot Udincaie therefor, tad t!i(> talue there- , ?l, tltKiu eiprtini. - | J Tllitel Oil L1NL I" ' I I.I HiK.V 1 A, VIA C'HAC.KES? ! < mryne the lurid .v?to? Mail ? Tlmreday, Juno 1.1, at Su'cloch I'. V., from the 1.1<sr In?t i>f War.rn struct. N. ft. | 'i*hs re* anil elivaci i .'It: engine ateamebip UEORGIA."> I>. I). PoTttr. r. 8. Nil), Ouiiuander, will be ditpaloheC a* alo*?, with the l.ovari' m 'at Mails, lor the W**t India* aad the Pacifte. Thr k? are now open for pa?*atfe to | Charlretea. Savannah, H*< ana. New Orleans ana ( ha^roo, aad for through ticket* to !*a? Fraaeiaoa. To aecure through lieket?, early application tuuat > iaad* .aaonly a small number reu.nii. unengaged li. aapcrrnend aurgeon it attached to thr OtOKGlA. TV a,-c lutuoOatiua* Tor paaarncara af jar' o a?? are nnmri -^d tv aii> itranithip ?" at. The pa*- f arBfia for New Orl'ann an transferred, at llaivna, to tht I m|?tior d-tMu ani:ifce *teai??hip FAlCON, aad proceed ! flrnm Havana direct tu New Orleans. I j Rase ot fisaara from New Vlira 10 Clincr**:? State Kooic Berth $100 ( fiaridee Berth .. .. .. Ml ! , Stetraxedo.?found bed and aeparata table AO R?? of paaaaire from Panama to Han J'r&neieoo: ? staie Room Berth $30$ I Pteerafe Berth?found bed aud aeparata table... 160 I *' -Ratee of paoaare To Hnnu, To N. Orltaaa. , a State Room Berth*. $70 $75 ! . Standee berth, forward cabin . fi iH) ' fitter***?found bed au<( beard. 25 25 P?elribt tel'ba;re? will l,e taken at 7noeat>prr cubiefoot. ! Tht bilWcf 'a'lm* miiat all le Mined on b<>?rd the Teasel the li day before isihng. For frui <ht ..r iH>??aco, apply to ! _ M. H. ROBCRT*. lli Went.itra?*^ " Empire city UNt-rua stN francis-o via 1 Chfvcrra direct?The splendid steamship ChE^CKNT ^ CITT, I .HO' tona burthen. Charles Modard, Commander. will * lea?* for t hajrea direct, n Monday, July lit, at S o'eloek, fr*a> I er dork, Pier . o. 2 N R. P"r freight or p.iaia<, apply , ? U J. HOWAkP > 8Q?. .V Broadway. c TBROl'CU LINK rOK 1AM ritANOISCO VIA CFIA- * *r^?direct.?The apleadid aiasm^hip r*UILAl>ELfillAv . Kobt. II P'*re< a, C-iu?ia??ter. will le*v* her dook, pier N*. * North Ri?er, on Thnraday, Jure I .It'll, at .1 o'clock. i'UMl- : *. ?*r* will ?l??>e th*ir b*w*<" ?a board ?h*d*y prvrlou*. f*f 1 V*M*?r, apply t* ^lfi?I.ANn? ASPIN* ALL. I *4 aad 55 Sowth atroet. | I 30* HAi'RAMINTO CITT-ri?aT VEr?!?EL?T? SAIL, 1 r HHIi of Jane, p?? lively. The faat aailing, A 1 acheoner 1 LA BF1.I.A FRA.M'I.HCA, r*pt. J C. Ball, now loadinc at i fcier II N rth riter. will ?*.! "n her day. I'. r'.lie bulk of 10$ J kbl*. freacht, aad pa*e**e for two i?mini, *pply to r fe ? FOWI.fcR. w We*t H. " Sa(rahe.\to cjtv?to >ail<>n urn instant, h po?it|tely, the pplrnr.id <li(>|?r ai-lio^ner I.A BELI.A KR iM'ISCh, J. Hull, man er. n"w b admg at Pier II, N. a ! K. Fur b*laar? of fr^i.lit *nd r ur p*??enifra, apply to ' ? V. k D. I'UH I.ER. W W i*t aireet. or t<> j ISAAC MO<E> It KROTUKRS. it IJea.er at. i 1 liberal adeanrea made oa oaiiriimrnla to th* captaia. ir*on san nuncuu o. kknk ia. and Sacramento * Oily ?la Rle de Janeir" Valparaiso and l'.inaina, to | olear early ia Jnae.?The ?i lend it new douMe engine ateain'oaatltattoa, I aj t. I> 1.. W ilcoa, will ?*ii *> abor*. ' fr-T fm*ht (a! which "aly a United <|*aatity >n be taken), er pa*>*(* to Rio do Jaaeiro or Valparaiso, aad fr?a 1'aaa?ta to ettkoc of the ab?Te ralifornian ? ri?. apply te IfAHP k I' KICK, til W all atreet. fi PAd&AGI FROM Panama TO JAN KKANt I SCO. ? by the A 1 *te*mrr C .liali, I'apt. Ure^erv Thomaa, ! f, *ia* aow o? the war. ??d i? cted to leave Panama for > Saa I'ra*?ri*oo b? the I at Augi.at neat. Sh ha* eirelleat i 1< ?< .eaaodatieaa for pa " n-era. and a liatited a.iaabor eaa , aacac*, apoa appUoatloa l? I w* II fPRMAW. *7 $o??h atreot. 1 a flOR I tl.lFOMNlA. I II Kill" ti II IKK ST* H>R HAM | " Fra <'i*co, via I'anau a. to loaeo New fork Jaly I at, | b/ lb* MewaaJnp I r .cent t ity. for <"ha,(re,. ai.d .teamahip | 'O'lil ?irr?i. rram I'm hi t u ~an i nia; n tUoiir|4iniM u ImiI.E k CO.. (U Front Untl. A LI I OH N IA - Til kOI I. II DlkECT-TWO TICKETS par Plnlai'alphia, rabuaatiaf ?uli ika mail ataaiaar ill* llt,fr< ? Ptianit I i I"?, ><} f J. O. >ltl PUP.* Iwtlwtf. aar Wall it. J Ctl IMUMi Til k k I nm PASSAUI IX LOWER nbli ta CLa*r*? and In iM(r*|? from Paaaiaa, par ilovlaa I k A.pi'.nall'a linn, la atuamar fr.ia Maw Voik of > Ju?? v ?k 1%* k-ldrr of abara tlekat wuiild Ilk* la fl It f?.r uaa af tha iimt klad, or far a thrt>ii(h ataarkrt I' I #?, i f tba aama 1ia?.'-r Juaa 1.1 Any aa wlal.mf ta n inaka > < s r t '* Hi.ii anl |.lrn?* fall at 10* I halli.mi Itraal, , a tha jf?i Iry auira. ? I California thkol'n II th kets mikf.l t for 9ALI Three alaaraga la H..aland and Atp.anall'a llaa far Jaaa C .liA, i?a < e*ra?> la Ral>?rta' Itna. lor Juaa 13ili; naa ltat . alaaa, aa I aar aiaaraaa, far Jana it-ih. la Uualaad It ' j A.riaaa l . l-aa I W IMTE .iA W aU at._ S /lilJfMlMA -A M PER ICE TICKET I'KR GEORGIA. Jaaa l.'Ak. aad f. r flrat trl| ??f tha RrpubUc, for <ala. \ 1||^; |< Mr likoWN, |l?- Gr.aawlck atrart. ! ONE STEERAGE PARAGE THEFT PER STEAMER pl.iladatykia. from Ni? Tnrk la *a? PraaaWao, via tha I latkraa. aaila I.Mk Jnna. f?r aala. Apply at M Brad atra?t ISOK ?Al* TWO CALIFORNIA Til KF.TS. ?D C A bin, a, kt Nivtkaratr. llunarl k ?<. a'a Liaa. from Panama to >>aa rraa?'?ra. ?o c natci with -itamara Pkila-lrlpl. t aad Ga-.rn'a. I Ilk laat.j aa delay at I anama Ici'ura ef Mr. R , , ?' W alk'r Itflat Ni?th ?-aniri ern or oimids per cokititu- 1 atltaMn*. for ftaa Frna??a<'o ara la^ua.tad to baud In i f tkrir apaloa i. t.a la lha ".nr>a of ?lia pra.?nt ???k t<? , .? *RI< k PHD K iu Wall atraat. Tba Coaatllalina aiU aail 1 ' ta tka litk laal. t R moral. mi orr n or the new tore and d l.i?ar|.a?l l<. *. Mail fflaamafcia Coii.paajr. Edward E. ' > 4 liaa. ataal, la ram?*ad to Na. Jt Wall atraat, appwaila Haanri itraal. | Kemotai -notii r i M1EII maii. strtwsiup r I aani *a? (.K-aia->>if< ohm, ( rji? and Enleon) hava d I I,fir - In lla c.rn.r "f Warp i an.l W??l ,, i raa'a. m R ?. t oM?, Ia l-at?? f-r I ka?raa diraal, Jaaa is. " at ] P m . I ram tka ptar. fuat >f Warrra atra*l. , M O. ROltERT* , Tba N>a Tark H?rald, Trlknaa, Jnaraal >f i mama. ' Caarlarnad En (alr?r an I t * will plaa?* aapf, Ol |()-n ION HAT Hot 1 *T ; o. |.?M K roR ALBA NT, (J laaaiag a* Nawharck, Po'kpajwla. Catakill aad lludaoa. fira ' -an ?a Navhurtk aad I" a(hkar| ?ia 7? nail ta CataktU aid ll'tdata: |i id ta Al*>aa/. < ?!( aarTad ? 1 koard. Tkafaal aalllac riaamar ArmaaiA. I P. Smith, nmmandar. will laara la<il?f R- hlaaoa atraat. In ah..t? Rnralar, D Moadar. Wndnaadaj aad Plidar. ? aa?a? n'alork A M Ra- T laraiac. laaran Alkaa/ T??.daj?. Tkaradaya aad ??l >.|i,i, , at i*??n a'. I <-k, A. M. f..r |-a<aa?a a| |-1 jr ta tka l ap xa, aa f" I kanrd ika koal -I Tkf N)nlrii<nu Otaih. 11 llKNtMILLI. Jaaa 3, HV) Mr y T?a llarlnir I th- t?:arna.,i iu tha t Ara l'a?k Hfii. data<| Ma; lis h>adrd Mjratarloaa Ditlk a?d Btlraordloarr iMdin of thn B?<|jr of " '< hn I'aaarna. afl-r tka Lapaa nf Tlilrlaan Taafa. ' II and kar.ni barn parannall; a (uamudau.l th. pnjal. . t aa of tka Jaara-'d tba in<ll?idaal apukaa n| thai aaa { aHad aad Mrlrrd altar ha waa <laa<i hn?m< a knoaladp af all ika hrli. I ?l?h to aiaka tka folloaiaf or- t rart >la ' mant - t John Canaroa a natlra of HaotHnd, agr.l aSaat 3t t Taara raaldl?c la Ai|u- b mua. Long I? nJ apphad to ? ma, la tka autaaiar ! IMt. for ralk f. lla atatad that ha anfaiad. at taraaa. with a d tarmina- t tloa af MoaO to Ih? h*ad, ahlrh rauaad rartlfo. , hradarba a arraa ot |o m< r aa If th.' bead *ara p arjar tha* uatofi .'"J. tlial Iba ptijairlan a h hail rharya ol ! >u m r? laa-t l?l ?! Inia wl.lrh t |a? r''i?f iffa i* Aw,? ikai h. ahould ak*ln ha , lad. and aharn'B |r. m a. rn n iaota. and ana aa.ry praaautloa ta war.l off tha II rattanmg diaaaaa. (apo- ? pi. tj I at It ia fri t 1 II . r tn I I a F., i ? ? far-lad , aarhllarR'naii'V i . a.nr iatrr llr r n 'Ol> d to ( ka Mad at a futara da; , Oa tha day praaloua ta h.< daafh hU wlfa aarit for j ' I a I ? !! h. r lia.l-. - || I. a .. a .'. ut bwi etaf lb? wlih In- li-al III* wit- tol<f aia I - t h? ?'. I . ',|r. In \ ,w V i k an I ti nt .h? ?l-h?< hrr J l 'hat I,. la ulit h* r.|i..TpU lurtfg h?-f AVmt l i # 11p^ i,|m and prra I inf <h? . . . ? .ihmg .r? ??. .. I 'rr.? hia. nttl iimiii-t.. ! t., vi.it lnm in h??t. ?n na utghl lind. alh <*n mf ?'rl?l >i.?a?d*a<l Tfc.Mi.l.lMtifM I ti ? divli cm,- d B'i v 11- lit -nt hil'fr lh' nut 'ti - 'I *' ->? <ng ?r<-|| kn >?n t.r I* 'mBitttiilj II ? V I t.irii. I m V-a v ...? i , f |. n-.ra I 'Ia? . i.a ? 1|.. ?rnt in a .loo;, anil ra ItmiI ky tha .?m? n I; Kflhul <H> r.g..| |ba<k lla ?a? Miri.' f n i ? H?*lng -I. ? >. n 1 r. ?ta "la n?Hllh? >. ?( i-4v ?h?n hi? - n . rilarad hla raUk'l lip. mil l>u I ia a m r al-rat-d ,-t . f th-grata < a id Hi id'Ki. k hi in ,,p tie i ?hi I" kn-l n I I ?y?d m h if. o.mn nai . I , a?f ("hi. k knuM br mf nuiirni . .. I.rng ?> I "i ?h- II- * ? l"; 'I i 'I 1 h whila n full ?ir-n?i k n ft tin. ! I ar ij in a ! rj .n1y?.ii) l<i,t it att r H t'lat thry nrvrr np?iinl t*? r'fli tfc JT ! !/ !?"" .1 ..!> lha iHii |i<l. Iw<b tha nl,<r nf ih# ?; la. ?n.l pa. pad in lha'r Imaginat i?ii ?up,ii.ti th? r. ?t ?.f Hi- tala Mr i n? llrant l a. ii ?h.) I'ha //? ?.'<< ?t 11 ~.| , no laa.hlj r>rnfr, u<-d hi* l-Miir-r >m it t pr- .tit Tha ?>' of tha d? I <n iDg th .lata- . n <*i,l in tha i n I. ?l IJ ram>t ihi- pla<-?. and -c l rnl Ilia r m l' r I . tit r hti-bit. I to ha 'a?"n "p I j < '? i>i -* ?n:n?!i' ti; ? (at. I. n tha .(I.t. I" tar,., nf.-r i I rnji-if at. t< t 'Ha W r I utI l> .! ; . . |, *in|'. "i"* bad ta' m I ? - > ?!riit'< h.i| ^.?ra Jt'l rart.lag - . t n-nf anriliing nn nam"! ' b? ->l. - f i I ' o 11 llm h< ad it, ( rlrrat* I i- i< 11 - k i>" > Mi? nIti 1 miaelngt Ir.na ' t a . k -n tk' h>? nrm ? ' i ? I f i?? !- m ? a b. handt. ih>; ??r; I thnn t? ? - -i l-r Ii I, ad ?rd (a? Mat. 1 i ? ' k- : i I a ? >? Irat I ran-a ard ?trt | < o< all t!.. ak p-ara , .a at- 1 ?i'rl*'ng t?a?ti>? f*r lit- ft t ' ii. < i , . i i? ? a hit ' J? , " Ii h I ' ' i > 'f t pWf rMJ 14 tl'.KI. t?Sn,tlT E NE'1 TELEOEAFHIC. INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON, t , I ti THE DEBATE IN TI1E SENATE , ON TUB TERRITORIAL BILL. The Rrj?cti?n of an Amendment offered ? by !Hr. (Itntas ZSirO&TANT PROM CUBA. c Confirmation of the Shooting of Five Prisoners taken at Cardenas. t, b (oii<f titration of the American Squadron at Havana. Irmnl and Confinement of til* Invaders. PEOCEEDIXGS OF THE NASHVILLE CONTENTION. dec., &c., &o. *' Highly Inirioilnf! from Cuba. CuAM.hATon, Jane ? 3 P. M ' The echoon?r Merchant, Capt. Louicr hit arrived . torn Havana, brlngiag account, to the 30lh ult. j P' J be United State* steam frigate Saronao arrived at . lavuna on the 2?th ult., carrying deepatehei to the ' 'aptain General of Cuba, and Genual Campbell, tb? or imi rtcan Consul at Havana. It If stated In Havana, that the Saranao hat beea ut under the order* of the Governer of Cuba, to cc -lift in suppre.'iing aur armed expedition from the " nited Stat,.. U The ship* Albany ar.d (lrrmaitown. lying at Havana, laving receive J information that a Spauiah ve**?-l of far, with part of the Cuban expedition on board, wa* xpectcd, prt eroded to intercept it. and after a few lours <<ail fell in with tha Spaniard*, from whom they ^ rere about exacting the release ot the priaouers, when H/ he Saranac came up. and after an Interview between Ci 'opt T tnall and Commander Randolph, thu Spaniard* rt re allowed to take the prlaoner* into Havana, where bey were plaoed in confinement on board a Spanish eventy-four. The five individual* takes at Cardenas, (part of tha *' .opea force.) were shot at Matania*. on the 'JOth ult. et hey were four Scotch and Irish, and one American. *' A boy, who Htated that be joiued the expedition un- J'j er the impreseion that they wen- going to California, ?, sked permission, and waa allowed, to writa a letter to of ien. Lope*, giving information of hi* fate When ha ad finished the letter, it wa* torn up by a soldier; but <j, spectator collected the pleoea, and parted then to- tl< ether, with the Intention of tending them to tha oy's parent*. tfa The Merchant left at Havana, the Saranao, Albany, cc nd tiermantown ' ?Wi FROM CARI>K1A?. * B...raft, Jane T, 1160. J'' Cap; Saiford, of the brig Portland, juat arrived bore j, rom rardroa*. with date* to th? a Tit moon of the 2Ui ltimo report* tbat about .KX> Iroopt had arrived there c' rvm llatann. and all iu quiet. The five invadera Cf ft bt bind by Omrrtl Lope* were la priioa, aud it ?h lx ot known what would be dona with them. The *' mount tekm from the eafe of the Cuxtom lli>an wm ?kuu?U4?w4 Vj lb? ?? -ul; |I^>? t ?, Th? Latest trout the Capital. ! Hi OF* WIUAI. Dfl'irCH. WiiHinuTon, June 7,1M*. ; |M Mr King bat withdrawn froui the Benton and foot* pi ommittee, becauae of pur.-onU dillculty with Mr. 01 icntonla the committee Tbe Senate h?? confirmed Luther Severance, of tr leine, u Commiaaioaer at tbe Sandwich lalandt. || Klwood Klahrr Inhere, and the Swltn-it i*nn-th< Ul lew fouttern organ?will be out tbonly. Mr. Perrin, poeUaatter at Rochester, It confirmed *j Congrett bat Adopted plan* for ike extenelon of the Ul xj'itol, the building* are drafted 'by Mr. Humlirt J*. Topographical Engineer, and improved by Mr till*, tha architect. TheBlabop of Jamaica left thi* evening for New p< ork. m Th* NaikvllU CoaTtnlloa, 1< Niihih i c. Tfnn . J une 7,1 V>0. . The Conventloa opened thi* morning, with prayer by * he Re*. Mr. Smith. jj, Mr. Coi BMit prevented a eerie* of reeoln- M lona, declaring that tbe enactment of law* |m iy Northern Slab* to prerent tbe recovery of iifltive tlave*, la violation cf the ConttltuIon and an aggre?n?lon on the Mouth ; that M he adoption of resolutions of Northern legUlaturee, Itaouacing tlavery, and requiring it* abolition, and ui he tran.'mleelcn of ruch resolution* to 8eutbern le- " i?lature*, are proofa of a dealre to eiclte tbe tiavea to ^ eaiatance, and beedleta dltregarJ of the obeervatioa* ,, ue from one portion of the t.'aioa to the other. That I la eipedieat to remoattrate againtt the Injustice of uch condact, which tenda to alienate the fraternal eeling* of Southern people. Mr Bt rran, of Ala , offered M>rie* of reaolutlona, tu elating that agitation in tbe Northern State* l? the I'orce of Southern danger.?that, for the take of the nion the South will accept any reuonabl* com proi'm that will atop aglt*tlcn, that tbe policy of Uen. 'aylor, In regard to the territoriea. U better for the outh than the plan of Compruuilte of tbe Committee n< flhirfeen The reiH'lution* concluded by recnameadiiK a Southern organlutloa to protect their rfgbte. Mr Wti ata ef Ml**.. < ff- red reeolutl >a* declaring bat the I nion waa form> 1 to eriablith justice, Injure [ i mettle tranquillity, and to aeenre the blending* of hi iberty to the people . when thete object* failed, every ; ti? rty had the right, peaceably to withdraw Ires* th* w| til*. Thcte retolutlont declared that the Convea |? loa. Iliti a love for tbe I'nion, refrain* Irom adviting ?J he Srnth that cue had ariten ahowinj tbe neceetl- 'r y of withdrawal, and hoping that tucb a c??e may n, levef recur. Mr llrnawv presented a reflation declaring that be dirput' tl territory ot New Meileo beloogt to Tela*, nd I* *ought to be wreeltd from her to form a free *' tate. and that It I* rt?r the intereet ot the Soutb-rn , UWtlottaad by Tela* in tbe conteel, and ewe that J", he tatd territory 1* not Uken from her without her ntifrit being freely given Mr Tvcihi. of Florida offered a revolution Inelttlng *' a tbe Miteoarl Compromise line through New Meale* nd California , and in the event of that meneure fail- .. ?*. be recommended the meeting of the Convention 1 gala, to adopt meaeurew of defence and aafety lie ** leelared f bat the right to recover fugitive tlave* It a f" not national a<t avt to be a* a part of amy J'.' itnptcinlw. aad ri'c?nirti>lril Boa-tat?-rcn?irae In r*?e ! < p??fi acj art iBtertrrlag with Ih? rlghta ?f "j .rr^erty la ?! ? ?. or ' h? coatlaual reatataae-<>n the . tt of lb* North to the rao"*ery of 1' Hmn.Oottt in4 Ttmi, of Virginia alae ulfrred > r evolution* againit the taking from Teiaa any part of ler trrrltory to make a new bob laeahnlding Htate _ 1 H<?otati'>ni haelag l>rea real aad ret?rr?d tbei'oa- | rnllon to?ka rir?i till * o'eloeh. upon the *iigf>?ti<>n if Mr (lordeti. of Virglala who aald that tha I 'lnnil. ' * re on KeaMutlona would th< n be ready toraparl upoa .1 he ?ul>jaet referred t* thew I ATTUUWMM j Tha CBiiaw** of the Coaimlttaw af Two froai aaeh tate repcrtrd lhat the remBilttea woald aot He pr?ared to r?porl antll to-amrmw nraiag; whea tha B)| '( 'ttiiia aajourard far tha day lha ra'olut ion*, of which tha rrporW r haa gleaa n ahatrarl. ware eery toluminoua. and a? there ha* I ?rn bo aatloa npo?i any of thaBi. they war* not 1 JV In ard ol autteleat aotw<|MB<;? to aead ttaam entire. t)| Th* Wetland ( anal J* Toaosta. June T, WW Thl* tnornlBf. at Ao'rloak. tha Goeernor-Oeneral and ,?th ho??ea of tha l^glalatura, embarked In tha ta anar Chief J lor thn WMNiid Canal, o witK'M tha >.p?-nlr,g of tha n?w rat The/ will toaeh ,t Buffalo, and return Is aorn* Bight 4, ?hm kl*g Artldtal and Drith. It u.Tiaioaa. June T. 1**0 of Mr WlnMinwa* Right tnaa and hit two aona fall la a Ink thl? atornlng Otia rf th? m waa anffoeated ta i.atb Tha other two, It la feared, ran net naretee |_, Ptaaaylranl* Raliraad. fI"BTia?oow, Pa . Jnae g, 1M# R Tha wmlBg fralB fr >ia lUirirturg rawi* throwgh a ntblajlaee ta day and tha train* will, fraa thl* tuar-galarlf fr tu Muatingdea Ti W YO MORNING EDITION?SA UuyUnd Gabrriinlorlil Nominee. IUltimok. Juno 7. 1M0 Win. B Clark# win nominated br th? Frederick Con lion, an wbljf tendtdata f'?r th<* at Governor of liia Ptata to-day. on tb? thirj billot, h* baring raeitrrd 18 rotee brDankioflkt Ml??l?lappl tgalaOtTlRgla. Ni* ilm.itni. Jani J, 1K40. Tkr Picayuru of tkU morning report* another or?m*hi. WO 111iI M above the *ify. It iaone hundred yard* i<le and the water i* rui-hinj through it with unaiing loeity Death of a Reporter. Ltviafh i.a June 4.1*50. 0. M Unhinaon reporter ot dt-ciaionain the Kuprnuia Bit, at Loulaville, U dead. Dtatiuillvt flrr at PlttabarKh. PlTTMIt'Ht.M. June T ISM The ft( am furniture factory of Duncan & Weitrtch, r>gi tlu r ?il)i a Urge iiuk urt of lumber. waa doatroyed y Are thia alt? moon The lm? U ?erj hticj. THlBll-flKMl (OkOHSU. rut at skssion. Scum*. WT MOM'S MAONKTIC TtCI.SOIAPH. WAaiiiii.Tee. June 7, 1840 Tba Senate met at i len-n o'clock. Hardly a quorum 'rim at. the public rami mo. Mr. Maion presented a m? mortal from Mr Ritchie, king to bo releaaed from the contract of public printIt. Alter incidental debate on the aubject of publi* inting. it ?u referred to the Committee on Printing tiii bentoh awo roori committee. Mr K inu acked to be excused Iroin further aervioa i the Committee of Inreetigalion into the Renton id Koote rencontre. He atated that it it auppated by p?rty iuterirted in the investigation. that he ta HiM-il in relation to the matter, and he felt thai he mid not further aerve on tbe committee. renaiat'ntly itb h -If-ieepvct. [Tba difference exiating in underood to be between Mr King and Mr. Denton ] ink cauronitiA tumrtiiil mill. The motion to rxcum- van adopted Alter tbe tranaaetion of nioruing bualnean. the 8?ite. in Committee of tii? M hole, resumed the eosaide.tii n of tbe Omnihua bill. MroaT4KT DKr4Ta. Mr Ci r*iKi?s moTed to amend the arrtlon fixing the >undarie? ot Texaa, ao an to conform thoae b*undarie( l fettled by the Law of Limita. pa**vd by the Texan jugreet in IKJtt; alao. providing for the aetting apart, r ilie uee of the Indian*, all of the territory uorth of tit ude 34*. The I udlaim to be collected and removed it reto at the expeuee of the l'ni(--d Stati i Mr Clat addrcaaed tbe Senate.avoiding thequeation ' title of Texaa. but oie<'ua?ing the importance of the n? udment in ita bearing and luflueuce upon the genai question In consideration of the many differ icea of opinion In regard to the title of Tela#, thi? p pre-< minently a subject of compromise The coin owlae proposed by thf conimittee. he believed to be le which ought to command the approval el both etiona Southern gr million in parlicular, in view thr doubta thrown upon the title of Texaa. ought to ?e it a hi arty aeaent. lie railed upon Southern Sen<>ra not to InMat upon iheir ataeriiua of the un ubted title of Trias. and prrdirted that It tbe que*. ?a should ever be aubmitted to tbe decl-ion of the preme Court, they would deelde againat Texaa Mr Kraa replied at ronaiilerable leugth, in defence of e title of Texaa to the Itio Irande The debate *a? lit I Bind. no new pointa of interest being dlaeloand, r M< am llale. Davia (of Maaa ) and Douglas Mr Davis (ot Miaa ) supported Mr t!lemeo?' am?n1?nt. in a apeerk ol aonu- length and with much ?? mence Inaisting that t he title of Texaa to the It to rande ia indisputable. aiid expr?<eing bia unqualified seent lr< iu any propneition which ahall eventually ve to free aoil any portion of territory belonging ao early to the Mout h Mr Pootk aaid he would not bim?elf vote for tbe mmittee'a proposition for the aettlemeal of tbe lUbdaiy of Texaa, if he waa not aati?f-I that it uld not reault in mak'iig free aoil and intimated an Iii'iiunirut ui>>!iig an imuoi liuu I III* poim Alter further dukiU by Meaara CtM. Berrien, Butler . 4 HWI U Mr Wmrrri ?ld he did not tnlrf to aee (rrtt p?. Ileal qiiwllom referred l? Ibr judiciary of ttiarouay lit* thought II much lirtUr lo act lie >vrk ju- eone by coni| rum ire. yet be ??w i. difficulty In ringirg (hi* question of tin- title of T> to the Anrt ttie Court ot the Inllril Mttri Th?i|nMlnn *u lie I etwecn tbe Unite ! Plate* and the Stale nfTria*; id lie proce-cded to Kh<>* l>y argument that the r?ae Igbt h? eaaily and gegularly brought tefore that iburel Mr Mtum deeireil to enter hi* dlaaent to the nropotlon. that any raae could arlee In which tbe I'nltcd ;atc? pi III<1 be one party io ault.anda State another. Mr. Ilaig BoihI that, win n the Senate ailjourn It loutd be to Monday nut It *1" very evident that le Senate coahi not g< t through with the ammi?nta to the bill to morrow Mr. Ciav mgg?ted that tbe motion waa not In 'der while the bill waa under conaldcratlon; and ie frlei..U of the bill generally Inflated upon kitting nn.rrow, Ivr the purpoM* of getting the final Tut*. If a?ifcl* The vote waa then taken upon Mr CltMMi' amendi iit, anil It waa rij?-cle<l yea* IT. nay* Wt a* M* , 'W? Tr aa?M**er*. Atehia?*. rland, Bailer, Cleiaen*, IHvi* f kiH.1. Unwae*. F?*te. Ileaatoa, Hunter King. Maawa, alia*, riatl, Buak, Svbaa'iaa, Seel*, ami Taraey. >a\?? kl.aera Biciiir llaldwia, Bell, lUm o. Berriea, ilgl.t, < *? . Cba-*, ClaiV.- I lay, Cooper. Curate. D?<l? <ef ?>*.), Daweea, l>*?t a. tnrkii.ann. #liJ D t<* f li.aa ). Deagtaj, (Ireeae, IIate, Itamlin, Jaar*. Mangnet, lller, karri*, natw, >*eard. Shield*. Smith, Spr?ea?-a, ur??i.a, laderwoxd. IIpliam, Walker, Wehavar, aaJ Whit* at. Mr lliLt mured a po*tpon?ment of the bill uotil onday. Mr I\?t oppoeed. Mr B?.?in* intimated bi* intention, on Momlay. to ore the indefinite |>ortpoueuirnt of the further eonderation of tbe bill. The Bcriata then refn*ed to po?tpoae the bill till on<lay. MbMiH i id after an rgrrntlva *et?ion adjourned. Ilaai* of KrprrMtilatlfH. Waamaaron, June T, 1*40 After onlmportant preliminary buelneaa an Intffeelal attempt waa made to take np private bill*. ntlttl ?1 INI ?t ?*1 io* or aOMirtiHi. canreanit. Tbe He aae went IntoComniittee of the Whole on the ate of tbe I'aton. and reaumed the consideration of ie raiifornia queatlon. Meaer* lit aaaan. Ri<M*et>*oa, and WiinaM* gar* tire if amendment* they will offer. Mr Ciii-wcil, of Ky , proceeded to *how that the itl-rlarery movement wai for the pnrpoae of acquirg political power lie waa tiling to admit Califora in eonnertton with territorial government* for i ab ai d >iw Megiro.bat not without lie planted m*e|f in the demoeratie platform of non-interveu- I u a* to alavery. Mr Itunr ditiared the people of the North all one ly on tbe slavery q Welting and Ibare w> old never dongb faeery here If they were honestly repreaeat i; It ?a* glory more than enough that the Wilmot ovl*o had made California giorloa* a* a new stata Mr JoMaaoe. of Arkanaaa a<(v rated tbe Mlaaonrl m| i' ini-e ai d preia. <1 the tllWilf of all S Nilkl rn en combining to oppmfc (he organisation of the rth against Southern righta (Forty member* plant ai d two peraxna only In tbe galierlee | Mr lit at sa waa in lavor of the a<lnile*loa of Califora and terMiorlal governm< nta for kee Mriiro ami ab excluding *lavtry. and a proper ettl-inent of a boundary between New Mexico and Tegaa lie I* al>" in lavor of the abolition of alavery la the Vitmbia Mr Tit ia gave rotlre of an amendment, almeat In word* ol the < mpromlae of tbe Benate lie we* ran'of the atroag otijertlon* t i it lint there waa noa*liy for aetion ot aome aon and thl* wa* lee* ob-tloneble tban *ome other propo.ition* Hereaerved e right to ofi r or not lo oflar it. baing governed by renmatanre* The rr mmiltea lm?. and tbe llouae tank a reeaa* till , r|. rtl At a quarter pact eight, the consideration of the illte rma qne*tl< n waa reanined Mr J*i*a.>a, of Oeorgia. advorateit the Mi?eonri mnromlae l.ine arguing that all the Bouihern ttate* lital'ly . ullitai. <1 I'll ' I t m o varmly <! '<! Ihi'^nutb Mr In taaa tiaard the gnat rnntrnrarif jlo hi ??f M*ki truth ind ?rrnf. hrltMB liberty and ipHlm ti4 trajovily agaiaa*. ?l?nr;. food aatlripatlMf the lunate trianiph af (antral frae tlr run f obtained t*e toor. villi wtl ?dr tkal lh? If ltBtllH riH No iitinruB vated At half peat tea thare war* thirty a?a m?mtn>r? in at The mix ?? 1*?|T ItareraMte. that lh? earn- i Ittee. ?i? finding Itaelf wtibtat a qiinram. tha r-ill all b? ralli <1 ?ad aka*nt?ei report ! to tha lloua*. a an ir. h?r? wanted to art tha rala a?lde bat did a at rrwd * urtral wanted to maka ifrrthtl Tha roll tn rall'd- tha romailltaa roaa, aa>l tha in * ?f ah?entn reported At tan imutia to eleven tha llonae mljoarnad Katal iMlelllgeit**. ft p &|n*tan* ia in* M< mtraaaaaia A letter itrd tlalta M?_r II ft?e? 1b? po*ltlna of tha ilff> r?nt I *? la it tha M ilrlrH M fiuoai: A t N a| lee Tbi I ml<)? ulrntc lilicat*. |larl*i thall?( ' Ci a.ac dore Charlee W %l"r?an , tha Ht l.aarenre ij.i I naMtfg . th? f 'umberlaad. r apt l,alna?r , anil * Mmi ?hij > fcrle and Relief At Ppetr.la 1 ha lliiei?alppl iteam frigate. Cantata Wf At T*tili? Tha Cn?ltlt allow frigate. Cipt f??OTeT Cowmen ><-r Kwniil Marrar ha* bwi ordered la tha rotklya hat; lui ta Hl?r? I oaaaade* Bill, haaa < atm ri^irtd oa tha lit at Jaaa V H foiMlt Tlaoaanaa, <'<>m llataea Milt Craa J| arataa, A pad M, far i ailaa RK E TURDAY, JUNE 8, 1850. Our ( tiracoa Co rr?-a|xin<lr Cur4coa. May 10, 1R50. Viiit Slvop c\f War Germantourn?Intended Departure of Om. Patt fmr tkt United Stalet?Trade ttd (Jimmetre. The U. I. aloop of war Qrrmantowa. Commander Lowndea, *rriT??i hereabout twenty da;* a,{o, from LaRuayra. Shu remained here about fl?? day*, and then left for the irland of 8t. Domingo. The Urrmantownia rertminly one ot the fluent i?ea of war that the inl abitanta of thia inland ha?e erer aeen She wai the admiral ion of every one, aud the officer* attached to her were spoken of in the highest terms of praise, While *be wan here the goveruorof the Maud visited h*>r. and appeared very wi li pleased with Inn reception on board. and likewise with the str. ngth aud beauty of the vessel I ?a* informed, a day or two since. by the commander of the Tcni xut Ian ninn of war schooner lutri-pid, (whic h * e*?< I is repairing here.) that he has received older* frc m hi* government t? proceed to Cumana. and take from there thi< renowned South Amriican hero, General I'm-*, and land hiut in the United Slate*. Then you will have lh? gratifi nation of seeing I hi* hero of no tniny battle*, lie. port ray* I lint the old General i* losing hit right. The *ent< nee decreed by the Yeneiu elan govi rnuisut agaii>~t the General. i* exile for llle; but it the oligarchy come into power in the dining election, he of course will be re -ailed home, and reinstated in all of hi* former opulence 11m wu railed one of the richest

men ia Vein xuela. Of 1st* there has been very few American vessel* here The weather (till cooliHue* very dry anlseveral of the salt planter* have already commenced collecting salt in very large quant Itles, which mu?t reduce call to it*rustmiajy price, from thirty-*!* to tweuty. rix cent* per barrel. At such a price, it ought to induce American tee?el* to call here. a* the i*Und possesses the best harh<>r* in the West Iudle*. and the fcort charges here are very light, aud tor vesst I* taking away a cargo of salt tbey will have no port charge* to pay. Tour obedient servant. LKWIS UORAJf. Nailac Affair*. Lavttca or a Steamship.?The *team*hlp Alabama, (second of the New Tork and Savannah line of (teaman.) will be launch <d on Monday morning, loth ln*t., at (.4 o'clock, from the ahip yard of Mr Win II Webb, foot of Sixth street. B R. The Alabama 1* of the *ame dimension* a* her consort, the Florida?each I ;tn<> ton* These shlpa form the line of ocean steamer* between this nort aud Savannah, and when eompleted, will leave each place euce a week Civilitir* on nil OricAit.?The following I* reported by Capt. Yoaker. of the Dutch ahip Marie Rliiabeth, from UotUrdam:? Slits Heary Clay. F. If Frsaeh <viram?a4er, K> day* fmm New Vurk, l?r l.fverpi.ol. Ion*. .10 5i>, at noon. 49 0".?" Will lb* cooiBiaader accept of a pies* of freab lt??f." F. M. FRENCH. The*e ocean civllitiea are excellent. Fresh beef, fifteen hundred mile* at sea. must have been a refreshing ?ight Bsax OuMta J. Have* ?The following cotnplimenlacaid was presented by the passenger*, to Capt F.ioolt, the master ot the O J II.:? To Capt Iii.mii fcorr :? We. the undersigned, in behalf of the passenger* in the new and Ann sailing bark Ulivi r J. Hayes, from New Yotk to Ruenes Ajres, 9 A . after a very pleasant passage. bag to return our warmest thank* to ynu tor your constant urbanity to all the passenger*, for the sup* rior maimer iu which our table ha* been furnished, and tor your excellent care and *klll a* nn otllcer Signed?Francis W llominic. Jabei Kellogg M. D , J. Rowland Howell, for paseenger* liark Oliver J. llayr*. January 'Jfl. I960. Cast. Wif n r? Diss Si* I beg leave tn enclose tn you horewlth the proc? eding* of a meeting of passengers. held on board lhi* ship, aud to oonvey to you a copy of the re* solutions passed. In communicating thi* expression of their regard and confidence in your behalf, allow me to assure you of those of Your ob't servant. KNOWI.K8 TAYLOR,Secretary. Steamer Cherokee. May tt, 11M). Caaaiua* Ska, mti Chaobm. I Oa beard the >te*mer I'berokes, Oapt Wiiidla. > on her sixth voyage. May 1M0 ) rt? "* tlx aas -l.ola Juils* CI ftnilxr*. of St l.oul*. was appointed Chairman, aud Kiowle* Tailor, of New York. Secretary, the following resolution* were prwhtfd I* the mrstlng, and r< *p? etfva-ly passed ? fesitved.TI.at lh? Paoifc Mall Steamship Comoaajr, of | ? Llvli Mr.art II .slan t a As|itu*al1 srs a^-ats, t. it.; thi I'ieaeer lire, and anlecnUnt to the din- n-ty o( n? New kid' not, I ? their rnierpriae, are eaiilled tu owr lull*at <oa6(l.'?ic? aad iftirtiikK*. km lifil, T? at llitirjal(iii<al eoald bear a* letter tfit of ralet} and oeaifi.rt to fha |?>??u*er? ilian tha appointment ef ('apt. W i. .lie la tli* ormniuM of the Cherokee, who, unobltiialt# la deniaa'r. inanifeata In all oircnmatanoea hii readmea* ta take car* of Iha ikif and fultll the trad* i 10toeed ti|?a htm. FiwItH, That Oarir | the eoatiuaan-* of a aerer* atorm of fortr-eUht kiara, the Tigllance aid ?kill of tha t aptaia and < m< era of tha ahip d-tnard our admiratloa aad thaaka, aa thereby, uadi r 11 e men y of <;?d, w? r? earned ?af< If tl.r? a?h tliagale. n.auiKaima the Cherokee to be aa^au aca tea>el f anperlnr rapacltie*. ktwlnd yi hat tha coavraietiee and comfort of tha paaxa|era l>air l<aa rerarlid hr the MmH and I a a..i?tanta. lit. the large nmuler t.f |?i.enrira > a board, aa far aa araa in 11 r |. ?t r. k<-? lud, lhat we found the arcotnmodetinaa of Ike *hip, allotted to eat h |>erroB, aa reproaenied by the offlcera of tha ( i bi aa;la New York.thnuph tLelr eourtaoue and (eatlamoiifj agent, Mr. C. A. Wbllar; Hi-eolod, lhat tie ab< re araeeeding* he aigaed by the rhaiiinaa and ftaereiary, and h* the | iwaa>rs aai a ?|pf fv aiahed hy tha Secretary aa< f> to Capt. W indie,and M???ra. II. w land ft A arm wall l> \ V I D t'UA MCI'KS. t Lairuian. kau* lm Vcratarr. Ni* Y?aa llaaao*. June ft. li.V) f?i*a Si it Tha undersign' d pa?aengcr* on Inard the a'eamrblp t k>rnkia. on hrr lal pt<>an? from ChairM to tbl* purl, under your ruiuiiiaiij, aelia Ibla m< nirnt of aeparatlon to e*preea to yon tha high gratification tboy hara eipcrlcnc# >1 In wltDee?ing your conduct. aa an offleer mid gentleman during lb? rKjap- to thank you for your tiuui?r<<ua cl?lllIlea In then?and to aaaure you of thi ir kind r-gerda, and <f tba-lr Intareat la your fulnr< prosperity anil m il being. higmd- A J Jewett, Jaa. T. Watkln*, Lrtptlil R">aaaoger John R Midler. I red fin fling I. KetantelU*, J de K keoery Juice da Rangy, llcorge t'rea" y, R O. Oreene. Joew M lief tirrt. K it Mill. I.lout Oul It A., K J l.ouataunau. K W W hipple. T F flayre, John P. Rrcdle. Jna. II. Nrtilt p ConMantlne t'ai ilaine an |e?| rom. Mm A. Parker. John P. Hark. Ja? P. Armatnng I' K R . Juan Reenredo. J C. labell. ('baa E llefTi man. < harli a l> ISergman Tuf'apt II Wnw.i. Staamahlp Cberofcta, !f T J?vaa (J Itaartt,Ka^ ? Hi a : In tha llriald of thla morning I noticed an editorial rem at k on tha bark Rarrington and of Iha alrkneea on hoard tha bark Ket)il.-n on her paaaage fn initio Tbla la an error, aa Ibera au no *lcknee? In tha litter t< ?? I among era* or pawmfra, during tba antlra to;agr I?nra. reapi ctfnllr K'MIi'R IllWARP. Maatcr of Rark Katblran. Ni? Twaa, June jvn. Tar l<twaia< t hnoart Cm:, i> II ?to? It la not often that aflalra of a private nature produe* ao widely, extended a renaatlon through a largo cDimtmlty and aft n through dlataat and aepaia e nortlon* of a nation, aa llie frrewt dltorra of Mra T. H l.awr? ura It It not oar purpoaa to dlartia* tba merit* or demerit* of thai ) paitlea but to do nhat we ran toprrvi nt tha alienation hlrh I* Inaritabla between tbi in fiom attending Ita Itilln-nee to thore who ara conneclad wlih only ona aiila Wa think It will bar* aome tand< ney tr fleet thla. If we agpreaa tur ronrlctlrea uay. our knoarItdgt that Mr T R Lawrence I* not upheld In hi* courae I y hie family ra-lalioti*. or by any coaaiderabl* number of pcraoa* among tia Ind< < d. we hare It froai a prrmln* nt m> mlier of the Lawrence family, tbal tba chagrin and rrgrat tbay bar* felt for the no a<ur?* ha lia* wei M la |mra*r. are Inegproaalbl* Wo think It uiif in imm aD'i <o inr (rniral f"-lin* talilrn pr'THH bri*. to tnaka thla Utfmrnt Wi ara aorry to ?pw?k Is aurk tuiMirr ol any ni-mtxr i f fimily ?o Biirh rr?j.r<-trd ? that i f which o?r Mlnl?trr at l.ondon la tha h?ad. bnt It la britr*. If offrncra uiu?t nwilt com*, that tha wi Ifht of tham > hnuld rr#t " <>n Mm by whom ibr romatb.-' rathrr than that thoaa who ara n|wn?ll; affl rt' l b;thim ?hould be Ik' lanoecat fiction of another'" lalacondurt K?afa* I ntriri Jut* 7. Nntrmrnli of Ihdlvlriaali. Hon J f ftruthrr. Va.. lion C fawtrlla Ma , Hon. Mr Bradbury. Mr , lion A Kdrh Mirh , <;?pt !*aymn?r. V. A . and oiia hundred and ?hirty-?l* othrra. arrtvrd In thla ally yaatarday and took r<omi at tha Irrla* llonaa Om fnnni-r. IJ. * w . Hon I?a*lla 0>mba. Kt and one liui dud and two olhrra arrl?<-d yr?trrday. and look room* at lb* Ani r Knurr The antrrpata nu?l?r of arrival! at the prlnrlpal hi itala < ! Ibla ally. yialrrday *u onr th<u*atil and Ivaltt fli niral Taylor baa wrlttra a latter ta the (Jo?.>rnor af Manai bun Ita in reply to an In tit a'Ion to * lalt that lata thai It* ill d?|.i nd up. n tbe adjournment of I't narraa and Ikr ??. rati** baalaaaa. whathar ha will ba abla to accept tha Invitation. l>aMNlla Mlarrllany. Am original pottraii of Benjamin riaaklia ?"M at auction. la l<??t<ia. a Caw oan ?lnra, for thrra hundred dollara Tweaty.ftta pbera of abina vara, wblcb iMmrly belong, d to franklia. were nut ? fT? if d Oae lar?e plat* raki eold f> r |:l, a ?'l a l.i ! with large pHar brok'-n out of tha rim for M W Aa an. ir pt a a mada toaell Iba tea plate- but aa only rull waa bid fur ana. kt-d one ih. aala wa? atop|?*d a mark laiger ( rirr having In . a II. red at prirata aala let tbr lid. 1 ha population ?f Cambridge Man. another 14121 aa Increase of 1 I%4 ilrre ]?|H Fifteen Itirkra of rata Ml la Portland. Ma, daring tbr mi nth ol May The llr?t r?*ton M??a appearrd n?ar Mablla, Ala., na Ilia Mik alt Aatbony t> l>on?rll la oa trial at Cambridge Maaa , fir the aauribr of Ji.ha Itarrraa Tba atajotify la ta?or of a convention to f'Vlge tha aaatuatloa ?( *irgioia ia [ERA t Irt-uli t oirt. Brfm J mint* Mitchell. DrroRrt r?alffkp carhart v*. kuza ais CAKKABTJi'^k 7. Thl? *n a euit (continued fr*in yotUrdiy,) for a <*i?orce, on (lie ground of adull< ry It wa? d?p >*?>! to. oa part ol' tin' plaintiff that lh? maiia#* wiu auleml>in d .bi twwii tin m ill Deccml?<r. 1K47. ao<l thai that allryi d criminal Intercourse took place btitari hu tha at n uuam and uocior llama, in tne summer or isn a ; wit urn* named Vullerton, deposed thai he saw Doctor | llairia kiss Mrs. Carhart, and tli*n .<? tliem go up stairs together ; t It in wit m *s0wore plainly to thu fact ot Htiui the Dsctor and the lady In bed Vor tlu> defence Doctor Harris n< first called and depoeid tlint lie attended Mrs. Carhart professionally in the lift* time of her first husband ; he knew her fur sevt 11 or eight yenr*. and hi- nwore most solemnly that tin re wan uot word of truth in tlia evident* of Kullerton. n spieling liin kissing Mm Carhart. orbeing in tlaa hi drot m with her; it ulao appeared from further evidence that Mrs Carhart b td at one time attempted the act of self destruction The pluintilT. who wan a bay merchant. formerly a memher nf the l.t giilature wan a widower when he married the di femlaut who In bin fonrih wife. Mrn. Cirbtrt wai a widow when *!><* married thu plaintiff. who in apparently several year* her senior. 1 bin morning. Hie case for the defence wan resumed Mrs ( liiltin lieing examined, deponed :?I bad a convcrsath n with Mr. Carhart after his marriage, but I do not recollect bow long after it; it wai relative to his obtaining a divoroe ; the flret conversation with him about the divorce, showed a Very diQereut rt km u Irom tbe last ; It wan at bin hause, and hi* wile was present ; she rune to me to go to the h >use ; Mr. Caihart gave me to understand that be wished a divorce bi cause he was uot satisfied with bis wifi" ; I un derstood him to ronvey to me the idea t\at bin wife was imt a woman : be did not arstgn any other cause at that time; I bad a svrond conversation witb biui on the subject ; lie raid lie thought her friend* ought to assist b>ui in this raUM; in this conversation be gave me to understand tbe miiiic cauae for his wish for a divorce tia before ; it was brj*re Mrs. Carhart at! nipted to destroy herself ; bo said to me ho thought Mrs. Cmbart had money ; that be bad been told she I Vad ; be never aligned any other cauto for the divorce tbau what 1 have mention) d Croes-t \t mintd?There might have been ftoincMiIng said ih< first day to tbe effect of a physical d> feet upou lire Carhart'* part ; there wax nothing said about auothermure which would be di.'irraceful to Mr? Carhart. and that in order to conceal it. they should agree to a divorce upon the ground ot physical defect. th -re * as nothing of that kind -aid Dinct examination resumed.?Mrs. Carhart had children by her formir husband ; she continued to live wiili Mr Carhart lor aeveiai weeks alter khe attempted to commit suicide Joseph Irish deposed that he wa- a driver of a hay cart; I am well acquainted with Arthur Carhart, 1 knew luilerton, the witncaa in thia case, I knew liiin wbi 11 be drove a bay cart for Carharl, 1 uever considered Fullerton sober or steady; bis character for truth nd veracity is very poor; I don t think I ever heard anyone speak well of biui iu my life, (laugtuer); I should not b< lieve him under under oath, nor no other way, lor I Hi Ink I know him to a certainty (daughter ) trose-1 xainined - Does not drive a hay cart now; lives like any other geutieman on hi* niouey, (laughter); left off driving, becaute too many people got Into his debt, aud he was afraid of got ting into debt more and inort himself, (laughter), I owe about three or four but died dollars to t he bay store; I have not paid any of it; I got a few hundred d dlara a few nwnths ago 1 from a man that ow?d it tome a long time y Are 1 iou and Mr Cailiart on good terms A ?Wo should lie. If he paid me the money be owes me. (laughter); and 1 I guess iuy debtt are paid up aa well as hi?. (laughu r); I 1 bad* suit against Carhart for a saucv tongue, (laugh- | ter), and be settled It but has not paid all the money | yet. 1 bad ao ijuarrel with fldMMl I know noihing ot him but that he i* a loafer, (loud laughter I; I was 1 brought up a Quaker; I h ft the society, tin y did not turn me < ut. 1 l'arnal as li Adams examined?I know Alfred Carhart. my wife labia aistcr [ l.etteri pr^duc-d are in Carbait ? band-writing ) He viral loiters of the plaintiff to the defendant were read. 1 hi y bad !>ecn written since tbe separation of the parties, and counsel for plaintiff objected t? certain part* ot tb> m being given in evidence Counsel for deft ndaiit said that be would contt ud In bia obaervatlona to ihe court aud jury, that there was a condonation of I In- albged crime in these letters and be j rifeirt d Ihe Judge to thr di cisioni oi the Chancellor, in 4th pBfce Tbe lollowlng ia a ci.py o< one of the letters? j s v?a>, jm?t i. l.tn | Mv Dvaa W>vb, I call you once no te, aa >101 say yea art wiritj >.l it. ana so am I aa woriliy of l-eln* called d ar ' timlsiid I 1 1 >. iir teelinga 1 m still i" pr*f*c lite . I I Mr . ' wblih, if Ji-a ? an after il.a s '-tan innriin ??d mu'iol I faralv enss? a ad pletl^t* madt at N rtli I'ori. a n't for no better I exewx for so doing tliao what you do on tlial ?bi cl ar(t aunt.; t eae, which, li 1 ea* preMai with yoa a few BomaaUk aed )?| liada*Biik <1 kiat aad bunn'ratle U?iiu*s lelt. I sai sura yea wtuid at oaee a * was nd true. Hut why do I aittaipl tv v iadiraia assail I Itapprara V* W all amies* | I wkia on* oldrrttoD I* *u?*Ttd, y< 11 itumediat ly ra -? *nolher All th* a>o*t humliailiix aekaowled(Taeets, all the | ceafv**ioi.s aad i r siisrs, il.r to ot Mil tua, tiit' I raa Bake I it 11 y? 11. to f. reft and forgn e Ihr |aal. t? dn all m H| p r I to mala yoa aappy iu faiara, oaly m?*i a aad II alati'St secaia really as If ymi were rejoidina la the I poarr yi u | to kunilile me, to pernecet* in-, aiol inska ! y n ai.d your fitenda pleaaare. th-n. Ik th* aami of llearra. ! |? -ii oitli ll laid ?na ar* aaiiartad. Tow**/yoa hat* not | mtili R>* mint a hie, hut that I am * moat unhappy man. That It art to. V>? know, nad hamnft?n ??i I. ti.at I ? aa I a* well m a'illcd I., make my ?*lf a em a woman I app? aa an; | ti.an in th* world; ami you know full well, I y t>|*rlne^ I | that llal la trua; and /no alto kanw that my |-ro*<-nt mmry , | iriMt il >|tilrt ln? lit roam in aia puraaiag laaifii ' n* 1'ia aajr your frit ad* wool* do all in th*ir powtr to mak* na I ?| 17; If tha> ar?- ainttra, that ia ??tj *aay arenmplial.td, Jutl lat tin in adtiao yoa .|ui*tly t mm* hack to | j< nr l> ?*. aa'l nnai your plana, do your daty aa a aifa, i J talin* in nir talema |>M miaea. and try and iru-l forth* ( futur*. and all woald It w*ll, if you tloair* aad with it * to . t?. and l>*| TJ" hi or* wi i.ld mora. Y>.e aajr jnn.mj n?? w if*, rannnl mak* m* happy. Ok : t?i) own dear Klua, what ? at* j' ii <t*ing to intka ma harpy f la your praaont emir?* of I commit ntt li aa a kind, ?Fn*mn*. hetrtt d woman ? itl?l |>ur- i t?l Atii )UU alrlvlt g In wia tut hark hy knnlm ??, or ara i you di Ing nil la tour power to mak* in* unhappy ? lint tun at* cotiaiantly rharirliig ll all to ; you ar*, In all your l*tI t?ra nml all yntir nveroatlnna rrfarrlna to tin p?a\ and ' | tauntit g m? with what I hat* dun*, wlni 'i Mam l? Jnatlfy yna la'iniag all y*u ran to mak* ma nahapp*. and a'aytng tl.at wa ran nt l.? happy with auah fi*ltr a- aa f hat* inward* yu, when I hav* r< peat'illy ti Id you that my fr*linga ta! ward* ynu w< r* nothing but tli* kltnl**t, and aa t> tli* paal, ltlanotoKlyurkiiid.ini very unfair, and, aa ynn t*ll m?, It will not |m? par Hlirayadid an *ol*nialy pr-nnao In I fi rult* and for rat tl * I aal, aad t" >ay n a timr? wait It. t* I* i nt.ataatlt riagiag tli* ihaajt < ? ih* aid cbargr* anaiaat Bin, a la11 h. It t h*jr ar* all true, a* yon any, why w hat mar* aa I do than ?l,at I did at It. I'm I > I aa mak a no tmr* 1 bntnhl* * af?*alona than I did, aad which y*a acrepi*d, and 1 fnraat* and agrred to aom* homo?alnaa wh*a I hated a* 0 tl.inr. to l.*l|i wi* f.ud. tojuatlly )<> la breaking that promi a* t'h, f:li>a' Klira : how aery nnkind to tauat m aa y?n did ia >i-ar laat l*tt?r. la r?f- r*ar* to Srw V*ar'a day 01 la*t ytar, aad ?n? th* * Btra*t h*'*<-on that aad lk'?, aa if )oa wot* ant Willi ( to Irt any npi-oriuaiiy | a** of wnaidlac aad lamatlai toy f*?lin<a la th* a?a*r>ot laaaaar! It i* tru*, thia ha* I-**b a i! iimy day t* no* m'-ad . n>y > na loth making ralla all day) Kanny o? a !?!? to hat aiattr'o. th* h"ii**ki *!*r naitiBK In r fri*n i*. * i*? ? trj N' w V*at'a day ha* l?*n any thia# l it pl*ao*at, anda|iart of it I lia?*d*tot*d la at<i|ia< yoa Aad a*w, lli?a, l.oat do yoa f*?l t'.ward* tar? aay t*n I* .**?, any pity, 11 do y*a rajoir* at lay *alaialty f R*a>??ih*r (l ia oaid " V*a|rastti( iniaoand I will ffot,' aad tUat f;od will h*ar tin ** w ho try aato him and *?k hlo aaataiaa**. I kai w ant what su ra I *aa aay < r do. hat l?an I, maii*r with yonr rmarlani tail y nr f!<^. jour a..t*i?.n ? wa and |r>'?i?*a; aad l*t tl* r* nit > * what It may. I will try t* ha atiaf.td. 1 did a?t fully arroinjillah mi hnain* *a ?f laat Thnraday. If I aa w yna, I weald irroly I oil y-n what it wai; lot, at fr?.'?l, it ia n >t aaroaiary. tih. lino, * alilit hat* |*o**d thl* ila* t'(>ib*r la th* hartiiral m*an*r, had yoa ao wial ad; lat I ?upf?<*a yrw rajnyvd it h*tt*r with yuur old fm i.da. <haa ) n w uld with him whom yna pr miiaod t* tiwilnri, and who at ill |?t*a ynn, aad Wiiwld mak* yon happy if I * 11 i r I I -1 ail !***a laaa < W*do**d*? t.-r ( i aa<rtirat. ra I uaiataa aad ahall aat rrtura uattl Tlmra. Oay coaitf. wh*a I al.all liath n 't, if (pared hy a kiad I i u'lan a ail *111 ha happy to htar fmwi y?w I nr if yoa wi?h to * * aia, I will inrat y?u wk* rt ymidir*?t. or if yoa riarliid* to t*m* Inn* aad tiy If I r. a*ibly ir*at yoa *o a* to aa1 i*fy *na that my h*art aad f**ll?i?a at* la ih* rifht |lai*. thea I*t ma kaow, aad I mil mat aftar y*n if yoa wiahit- llcayna ?e*, tli, a. I hat a don* all thai any hnnaral It van i i gl t to da, nr ran do, to aatiafy yoa ; km aa yoa a|**k i f >r rauaaa t aa?,*j h*aty na my aaind, If there i* atl ii a* d*> |?r ' at la I' rrt, thca I aat aiaeh tmatak'a tih, I a ?h I had aothiaa mnr* kn tronhla to* tkaa what yan ailndt to, ia r*f*r*ar? to other woaaia??h*a I woala l>* h*| iy inil?ad. Itat I rlnaa ly kidding y*a gm d nlrht, and r?' *io trtltd to riflrrt nt ailnaly aud ol **a'ltt|<ia. whtl* I irr.a* y. a *r* r loata/ tn* fa- < i? It ** f tl*d*yla rataly *?.l pleaoor*. drirtH at?y thmifht af hiat yna hat* n aaa wtat*>?t ami taiaaflHk 11 nr dttntrd lat r^JaoT'*" kflal ar. l, (^lfa<d| A. CklllMKT. 4litra tt*r? a< taral n?H*r UUart, vrlltoa in almilar Ptta'n ? a* of wlilrh rbirgi d tb* Ualrn Uut with erlMiaality. Mary Krora a ?'man ofeolor dapoarit that Mr farhart rail# d r?n h*r. and a*hed h*f tn cme t<t rmrt to t?*tlf) againtt Mr* I'arhait. aa ka wanted to R*t til of hrr altor h* apuk* a whtl* to ma, I toll! him I kn*? nnthilig atnut It; ho aalil ho ttlahrd mo to aay ( *aw o> me a an aittlng hy Ix r or talking to hor. or ontnotlitt.g of thnt kind, I ti.ld him I had n*r*r mob it. and r< ulil t ot doll; ha aiki d urn aliotit l"r llarrlt being tIn r*. I raid lh<- dortor knorknl at tho door. Mr* ( ahart ot>on*d It and lio aad *hw went up ttalr*. and ! nno'inl ih.r. ?lM iil ivrnt; hiinIm. I -lid not ?-a tha n *n hut Mm 0 ??M It ?? tha doctor, Mr C?. hart raid ha would mr for ttrn<litig IM '"Wit that I ah< nld n?t Iwf anything: h* xwld ha would fl?# Ria Mra. (' 'a rlothoa If tl>*y wmld fit ma; ha a?k-d ma if I wantad roaU; Mr I'arhart rallcl <>n in* agaiwlba nlpht h?f ra la?t. I>* did not ?ul>| rna tu*. but ?aid ha wi uld *faat ?ia In roort at 10o rlrx-k (.nutiiil Joaapht da) < ?< d to tkr doubtful charaatar nf ?Iill.n. n fata'1 P llart. a ililf biillJar dapoaad that ha U man ?f family, and that Mra Curb art ramatohn boaaa whi n tha difflr i.lty flrat or-a r r? d h< twaan liar and bar hioiand; Mr Cathart earn* to tha hi>n?a. ?m| ataid Ultra >? nlflit. ba and bla lady o?ru|itad (be urn tw m [Tha |r?tlm> ny w?a nhji>rt?d to. hut eo<in*al for drln.c rontandi d that lb*y wara JuilIM In <hnwtag ?oiid< iv tn? nt ?>f tha allagad criminality of Mra Car I at 1. ahl? h wonld put an and to tka plaintiff'* aatian ] Hwaatal wltnaaara wara th?n ralli d. a? rahultili? tatiwaar t a Ml dapnaad that tha* mnt haard anythh.# a|(Ktt lha 1 haiaatar of Pullman A ?"? ?| Mr t'art.ait. by a t >rm<i marriata. d*pi rd Hat ta tha futomar of |?M Mr* t'arhart waa In o?dh#altb. I?r H.lfh?r wu tha family phyalrian ; I ad naaar ?aan t>ratnr Harrta at Ikr bona# wilnta'a huilnaaa i-illnl him away ?ariy Oarroa* . i*mlnat on lh? wltnawa aal4 ona of the Irt? ra |?r? dan 4 w aa writ tan by bin tw Mr* * arharl It waa II qaxtii | h?r tn r?ll at tka iVira , hi* faibar <laair?d blm 1? do and ba did It. |>*rtly from bia >>wa wiabaa, aa ba waa rary antiona lo baa* bar r?twrn to bar h'Mia ; tba l?u< r wu daiad Ju'r. IM* , nitbar d*t*4 Jit1*1# tii al?? wrltlaa Wy hla ta Mri. Vwlotl ? LD. TWO CENTS. ly the (It-fire of hi* father ; it atatcd. that lie kU full J in hi* rotation to lriend* in llank Q? What ?n that miarion ' A ?It ?ai to intke arrmcenimts fur an Interview between 1117 father anl hi* wifn, at the bouse of some friends In Hank *tre?t; Mri t'arhart came to the ntore after she received ta? w ci.nd letter ; nbe raised objection* to meeting my | latin r; Mr*. Car hart did not call on ra? or rt-|?ljr t? my fir?t letter, a?kinjf her to come to the store; I think ahe nent m? a note in an??rer to it ; I don't know whether she appointed a place to meet ma ; I recollect noli h oyer to Urokklyn to meet her. and thafc *?? ou receipt of a letter from her ; I carried a le?t?r from my fathi r to show her ; I did nut leave that latter with her : I took it ???y hi my father'* re<ju??t; I nhi.wed it to her to read I can't tall my father'* %jert. utiles* it wan to (fleet a reconciliation. The race was then further adjourned . the tiummiag tip will commence thix morning. ISeTiral well dreeaed ladies, friends ol the defe?duut, were in court during the day. and saemnil ta take a deep interest in the proceeding* ] Circuit Coarl. Before Judge Mitchell. Jl Jin fl. ftritryktfr $ H'htlmmrih iif The Sun Mutual Inturoncr ('nmptmy.? ThU trial occupied the court three <!h}* It waa an action to recover a total lo?a i>l three invoice* of bide* and akin*, and an invoiaa ot aari- amounting to the valuation in tha policy at fO.UM t>4 b< side* iutere.-t. shipped to the plaintiff* by thu i.rig Alfred Hammond. an a toyage from tha P| anish Main to Naw York in 1S42. t?oon after leaving port on iht- homeward voyage. the vessel auffeiai frona bud weather ami sprung aleak and was badly iojared, and a?'un."idi table amount of the plaiutilfa' hide* war* jetsamed to lighten tha ship ami tha remaining cargo. The vtaaal made far Havana a* a port of cesslty. pumping nil the way to keep down tha laak. Tha Ui eay and corruption of tha hid?*. produaad by the irruption of water among them and tba haat. wai attended a ilh a noxious smell mi l effluvia, th^ produced sickne?a, which resulted in tha death of sever* i f the crew and paaoeiigi ra On airiving at llavaaa, tlia \ etw'i w?? colli plained of ma nuiseuce on aooouat of the condition of the hide* a large ijwantity waa taken outof the harbor and mink-the remainder war* sold at auctk'n, and the prowtd* uaed iu repairiag the it *ml The consignee* of tha cargo received nothiijg. Tha defendant* uiovai for a nonsuit. ou tha prvtilui ot d* \ialion in the una of porta on tha Main not nuthorurd hjr tha policy lha policy having allowed tba tue of three addiflonal port* aw tha \oyuge from the Spanish Main," and tha porta u?? d heu.g on tha Main The plaintiffs contended that lha pol'cy waa to be comtrae4 with reference to the u-agi a of tha trada, and proved that in thiafpamsh Maia trade vessel* uae aad trade with various porta on tha Main, but never atop altar leaving the Main in tha usual course of their Voyage The porta used had been notified to the o>>u?psny and the premium fur eaeli port on the return ! ing made had been regulated Willi tha company ami paid; the porta used and Ilia premium being eqdoia?4 on the polity by lha direction of the president of tha company it alao appeared that the objection of dartatxm had been taken on a former trial of tha oan?e before Judge Kdrnond*. in October, 1*4?. and a nensuit then granted on that ground; tbat the plaintiff* ha4 eicepti d to the deolsion; and that on argument b*f *a the general term of the Supreme Court, tha nonsuit had been set aaide and a new trial ordered Tha defendants alao oliji cted to the sufficiency of the proof of lalereat iu tha plaintiff* Tha otyeclion* wara overrule^ by Justice Mitchell, and motion for nonsuit d<-ni?4. Testimony waa thau given for tha defence, principally to sustain the olijeetlou lor want of iutereat, they alaa contended tbat bide* being memorandum artiolae aa4 si ma of the hdei in 'juration remaining in * pec la after the disaster tha plaiutilfa could not recover for a total loss. Ilia Honor submitted the case to the jiyy, with Instruction* .Hint if satisfied us to tha plaintiffs Interest. ai.d that the bide* belonging to them ware a* damaged by the disaster that uo prudent man wonl4 undeitake to convey them to N? w York they would ba ktilherited to And a verdict f >r the plaintiff* a? far a total loae The jury without leaving their aeata, foaa4 a verdict for the plaintiff* f r the lull amount ola.iaed, being f(? BI417 besides eo?|* Muprrlor Court. Before Jndire I'aine Jrait 7 ?David C MiithrU ?*' .1rtK<k*U Mtntfmtrf mtt IUnry Muntgnmrrf -Thin nuil wan bmapht to ra tuiT itauiaga cauned by the ili l?nll?n ol tha ?hip Knitu?. ?>n a voyage lo l.lniarlrk Irom Ik* p irt of Naw k i rk The defendanta, coaatitutlng the Hrm ol Vant(non rj lin lbi r*, writ- to have thirty ?l?jr for luadiaa md iifcloadltig flftem here lid in thepwrtM I llKPllrN. The plalHtl!! ?VIItendt <1 that III* JKK?I WM letaim d through the inatruaienlality aud neglect wt llie i|i Iwiiliiita. Iimlff ilayn b> yond tUa atiuulatad inn im*. arid claimed f >0 a day for each day kin "iuiing in tha whole to Van) 1 li? drfi*noa *? that ib? ?e--el ana detained In thin port iu con?i i|u?oca of Ik* ii.anile?t (.f the rcn?e| beln* mi>laid In ths fu<toat ltou?a and could not Ixi lound lor neveral day*, and, ilao, tliat ih" \envl not ready to nail at tha tin* when the tliirt) dt;i l?(>n to run and thnrafura tha plaintiff had not put hlni?elf In a poaltlm tn entltla hi in to demand tha ilainngea fur the d"t.?ntlon Tk* ill ti ndant alno clalwt that the inu l wan not in >ra4 In a alt u*lt< n where the cargo could ba conveniently out cm loud Tha jury found a irril <-t fur pUliitlll for >4 /\??i it ,V#ri? -arMy thr younger.agaiiitl B'u tK ,gkt.? la thia null. by ranai-at of partiea, a npeclal verdiat waa found by the jury. In which the wall of tha bout* na Si Ann afreet "coupled by defendant ?al agrea4 Io I a | arly wall Utan-n the ow nam of 2| A in traat iiidtbatul 21 A un Street, and to coaliuua auuh furrier Hi Kfl Knmrjy ag?i*?f tlr tfi p.<r. + - , */ |A* Cttj tf Vfir )'?l Thia nult wan brought to recover the ralua t certain fura. ?kin? and other article'. belonging la ihe plaintiff. contained la premiaen No II Moore "treat, mil alleged to have l*'n dcntroyed about tha lit af lanuaiy 1 *47. hy tha bracking of a mala or wator pipe laid down the day before by the def>Mi<tanta Tha inmiat cldniH aw >l,iwt Tl?a defence In, that tha r>|p< n Wire In no r**peet defective, and If they did Liieak < r burnt It wan tin remill of an unavot labia :i e >1H 11 y for which tlia d> fanda nta MM Ml llahla. MMMl Thralileal and .Musical. II win Ti'itiin Tbii ela-iic and reliue.l acting af Mr? llamMIn during th? pn-t niooth at th? llowi-ry Mm aire haa been lha mean* of arowdinf that rilakliihmrnl In arery deparimant Ta-nirfhi aha appear* n> 1'iuline III I he beaut Hal | lay the l.ad/nf l.r<,aa." The |>art of < lamia Melnotta will be nii'laineil In Hr. Itallark w ho la an ev ellent a<-tor and a (real fnrnrlie The DI it plere will be tha l.i>?* I'hane " la whiwh III* llnmbha will appear a? I' .n?tanr.\ mi I Mr l.rttar a 1)1 -u-laifl the part i f Mllilrake ?n l Ullb rt that n# r* 11; i a in 1'oadlov* Thin U altraftloa in la. 1 Raaihw nt Tiiantai Mr llml>on who haa da|i(lit*4 Ibe auitienrea of thin theatre for lha lant furlntfkt, ap|m ar- I bin evening an Itory O'More " la whlrh h? will nig two of hla fannrila noug" Thin Iv ing ihe l?<t ap> ;> nranee of Ibln dlntlnguiah- d eoat?dian and ega-llaut ia> all?t. who leanea ImmedMaly f >r Kt.-Un.l a .?ra ( emuaded Ihe houae will ba crammvd (ma pit to I roe Tha Hroadway Theatre In now la tha fail ti Aw it aareean principally owing tn the anti rpriaing praf>rl?tir Mr Marshall ?ni hi* ex call* M manager Mr. eorge Harrett Niai.o'a fin a ota TTie eiilertalam*nt* fir lhl? ill'g roanlat of Jerr- Id'a new romedy of tha ' Cat** I'aw ' la abirh nearly all tha eiHIetl rom .liana it tail ed lo Ihe theatre w II appear . h" iau<lral pr.->(i< naile. whl' h taken place b< laeen the play and ' irea, [iten a gr? nt r?llnhlo the ilnltara nf thia Iwtutltal a?> on P?ery kind of refrnhaieBt which tha taaa illin! I? amid up In \r i. nt "ty> The am?nam til i will rl?*e with the burletta af M'ho n tha I'oa?o*ar ' Momlay *enlng the great American aatreaa, ii i-n i' i'i"! n nn witl appear therw aa Meg M- rtillaa, it-log hi r laat appearand* aa -he leaven on I aandaf Tor l.fi|di n Hi a i?a a Ttitatag Thin pr >?p?rou? *ata*>lUhrae?t till contlaur* to be crowded every nlglil llnw caa li > otherwise with aurli an eie*|l?nt anaipaay of aa edltll ' Tivi.ght tlia beanllfiil coniady of lha' Rl1811." flaclde taking lha part of !?lr tnlh'"ij Ahaa mi*\ iiiiTi' il iii iwn ^pm .ht i.in < i ?j*a ind I'Urk a? J*: r l.uaiu* O Trig ft 1 Iw female eha ?. urn will I i I l'? I Mr? Hughe* Mra K 'i11 MM liaiman and Mlaa Kill TH? entertainment* will < ??. rlnilrvilh III* (?f? (t( til' " Knnaklnfa ' ISO aarljr to < t- rtTMi, or ym raaa?t g?t a ? ? N?ti ?? T?o?t?r Inure arelleat drama* mrapriaa lha performance af ihl? popular Iht aire tr>.a<?ht fha rrot ia '' I nMCnMhi H alter." which will b? fo|U,w?4 hy tha " taplaln? M?* a MIm," lb* " Femala Uunr-V mI t he " V'< ? l J?h't ' The man?ear ?| tfcla tlimlr* ia?ma determined that hi* patron* ah*U hare tha Forth of lliolr nvoey The coat In f*r:i ple?-a rnaaprl-ea nearly all the rtnfl company Thl* theatra la n'philr crowded. proving rnaeluaWaly that tha maaal?r? ?l? their "Inly. Cnai.ir ? Mr*rn a.- A* uanat Mechanic*' llall la Iha r??? rt <*f ?ha lorera of light mu>ic anil negro akag*| Chrlaty I* tin-<a?ing la hla effort* to dirarwtqp I la rnncerta h* naw addition* erery WHk Tho at*gtha choruae* evellent >o | I h" la*truiKLtal perfornaafle* cannot ha l?eatea Ot.twrtr Plrrra and hla haad ara ahakiag tkeaelrea Into Ilia faaor ?.f their ?l*ltera. ha th<?ir ataaalaf Krletmaifa of tha *keteh called tha It lark 1kak.tr* ^ I f air " ri|;? land chorale* and danrin* are greatly adnlrad. Mnaixai* White annonnce* a tarialf of iiegr* rirlndlaa for thliavaaing. with Breakdown* aad othoe lancing. Ciacva?Aaron Pl ace - Tha Ttirara' llqwaatriM rrnii|>a |i?-rfnra? aaery erenlaf at tha A in pit ltheatra, f.inrr <d Kiglith atreet Tbara ara rery clarar artiata ittarkfl to thia company Cni*i at Ni avaa Tha lllfla fhineaa heaaty U hoinff IHI aihibitrd h? llern??. at tha ahora rooai. Thar* ire other rare curlnaltlea la Ibl* aalabliahmanl. waialk ?ia Wall worth *a*la? R?arnr or Miaa f ?<? ?* W ?i I *r? Thl* evening HI* F Wallaek anartlat of great dramatic calehrity wtll akaher lirnaflt at thaOprra Itowaa. A?ior Plaao. Tha ptaraa .rlactad ara ' Haialat "* f?na t'vaar da Itataa.'* ir d Itoi aad< 0? ' Wa hapa to aaa tha ?h*atra ?aM filled a? ?ha doaarrai wa? ? >m tha dravatta publla. N??ro Rnit?aia ?A l??t tra*?d? unler thla Wtl% lad whlah l? aald to ha an aiaallaat prodaatloa. ? pna?nt>d at tha Raworr Thaatrala a Ik* dapa lal-r tha ata?a mar.acamaat of Ataaaaa , It alll raoalra ill tha eara It raqalraa tor Itiaaaaaaa Miaa Jtilla Daan arrival la thl* ally yaatardaf, -?a a** far Iwm. aad iU>rH M tba Aaartaaa Uotat