Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 21, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 21, 1850 Page 2
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JNEW YORK J3ERALD. JAMMB UOKUOl B BHIBTTi PBOPUIETOR ANB bditor. rrici l?. w. corner of fulion *?n> nassau ?ts THE DAO. V HERALD. J ten/ per copy? $7 per THE WEEh-L 1' HEKAIJ.), every AuuriUty, at 6St rents per am. or per annum . the European tuition, ft j*r annum, tommy part oj (irett Britain, ana %& to <iny p<trt oj Uu Contipmi WK to vtelutU Ibe poe'aye, ALL LETTERS by muil, tor tubtertplimt. or w*M tidver|NK*toi to be pott-putd, or ifu pemuiye Will be deducted from m* money romi/ted. VOLUNTARY CORRESPOSVKNCK r.mt.ihiinf important meeoe, loiieited f rom any /uurter oj iKe uw/U; t/ iu?i. iciU bt Hbeially ynul Jor Ovk Fob now ComiwaNiiiiMTi abb Tahticvi.abi.t rcqi ciitui tu Scai. thai a La/t?rs and Faobacm. NO SOTK't taken oj ationymcui rominuniritiont. Wc do Bit return rerrc/rti r,nmnunicaitona AUVER T1 SEMES I S nnewea every mornhtf. job PRINTISU einuted un/S neatnen, tkeapnett and dmtputtb. AMISM.MS.NTS THIS EVENING. ITALIAN OPERA ASTOR PLACE-Daa Panraovrx. BOBERY THEATRE, bowery?Pirn am? Pi* a tb of m In ii. PR iAHWaV THEATRE, Ur.?Jwhy-Lore-M? Xovhq win and m? ol,i? i'uhiil.1 a. JfIBLO'9 GARtiBN I<roa4*ay?Tionr Roy*?0*di!ta? Tm I kiln ldoi* m fc H. BURTON'S TBEATHB. C!i?n>! ?r? etrect?Oun Hkads ??n Y>l ? OllkT*-s'fata SkCkUTa. NATIONAL THEATRE, Chatbam Squar*?Richx..ibv? Moan IN Caufo*i?ia. fURlSTY'S OPERA IIOUSK, a.chaoi-*' Hall? KrwonAM mlkhtbkl.ly . OLYMPIC?Fn.i.o-wn' Ethiopian omna Tnovpn. AMERICAN IIU?tCSI?AaesiN? Pmr)?j?Ar?crB Arktmhjii alll evb.kiso. MINERVA ROOMS?Pa*"* am a or Cimia. lew fork, Momlar, Ortul>?r '41, IH.M), The State Eltcllou In N?vv York. The general state tlection, which will take place Bfxi r; < nth in ih's city and State, will probably be the most important, and will produce the deepest confluences to the future peace and harmony of this country, of any flection that has taken j>ij?e for many y*ars. The importance of its c?nn< eh aii*< s from the charade r which has t>een givt n to the preliminary movement* and avowals f both parlies, rela'ive to the recent compromise Measures ol Congress, -tnd the continued notation cf the fame anti-slavery subject hereafter. The number of popular voters in tiu? State is estimated at ut dily five hundred thousand This number is nearly divid< d between the two great parties?the whi^s Bnd the democrats. Th-re are, however, a few .-ections, or factions, which have a few thouwi, I votes distributed amottq; them, fully equal to five (he victory to one ode or the other of the gre it parties, according as tliey are secured. Aiiti rentimi prevail? in a few counties in the interior of the State, hiii may number ten thousind votes. Abolitionism, some years ago, took on a separate and distinct shape, and it? tieket got 15,000 votei. Socialism, or the worl irgmen, may also number a few thousand. All these parties anil factions will j be thrown, more or less, upon the two great nomi- ' nations made by (he whi^s mid democrats, accord* 1 ing to the lenoeucies of the day. The whi^ paity enters the fi-ld with grvat force, Bnd mm h nppearancc of success. The secession i4f?e by eeriiiin bolters at ih>* late Syracuse Con. vrr<tion ended in a f?rce at 17iu>a, an.I both sections ol the wb>gs have ni>w united on their ticket, with the ridiculous it solutions of tweedledum a.ul tweedlrdte. The whisr* have, also, secured, by the same moveriierts, the nomination of .he Seward portion of the wing ticket by the anti-renters. l ney nave, aii-o, minr ;irrrti?K? menm in aei.-ure me ocinliats ami woiKmginen, with all the other hms of the dty. Iu addition to thi*, nit the whig jour nalxard whip meetings, o.it of the city of New York him! in the interior of the State, are ugititting the abolition question on the ground pursued by Fewmd, and are endeavoring to secure the voted of the v hole of that ultra aiction of the iState The win# |>arty, therefore, of New York, h^re veiy uppeatance of success, by this vast coucentra'u n of isn t ai d oddt- and ei.da of all the f.tc tions that have risen up during th* lilt twenty years. Their position on the Mavery q'ie*iio3 is of a strong end derided ultra char c er. Aititatiou i< po>?ued, e\ec to fhe |ioinl < f nuMifjingthe Fugitive Plave law. In fact, in the interior of the S'.itr, the whim's aMUire a coiuplete plutforru ou the iibolitiou ar< ifunioi) crnund On I he oihtr hide, wheo we look at the demo, cratic party, nt the charade r of their toe-tiux* ?u<l h?d nia:ii Dr, *e are murk with some peculiar features, whh h decrrve analysis und explanationThe < t ir.< i rai y to have pot over th<* aboliti< n ?j nh t>;r, fiid nre fast recovering their national gruund. It is a sumuiar fact, that, although threefonrthirfihc candidates made by the democratic CongM iconventions, are tak*n from th" free t it d? mocrats, not one ultra free soil resolution lias betn cussed ty thoe conventions; h.ir, on the contrary, the sitire errand of non-intervention has h? > n aMurrrd which di?tingui*hed '.he liil'imore platform of 1H4-I. In this respect, the democratic P ate tiikrt, and th? democratic CongreMional tickets in the interior, present a much more naii? Bt.1 ground than tho?? of the whi^s?the former bring for the I iiion; against agitation in favor of the late peace meusurea ; the latter hostile to the rec?ul peace measures, f.tvorable to the nullification of the Fugitive S|>t\ low, and th<* grn-ral si;itati? n of the slavery i]<testioa hereafter. Theonlf drawback on the democra.ic side, is the fact tint ninny of their candidates have Uen heretofore fcvcrahle to free *<>i)ii-in and ami-realism; hut, per ha( ?, they kive now wru the error of their way s au> are rrtu/uiiig to their old national greuud, on kkh they have heretofore teeonplMi^ th?ir na'.onul victorica. It ia tru<- thtt John Vtn Furen has diwivowed that he h.m thmilwrd his old I'rcur-d ; but the barnburner* generally throughout the State do r.ot term to join in th- rane di1*avowal; f? r. in their *0111 irk tionw, the old free e? tl ground haa been generally ihudraed. Thuf nai?1a thr position, the |?riocii>l?"F, the noniinatinnv, m;d the | roeje* ta of the tiro great parti'-* in this State. The whig* are united on the w<?t d >?ireM>MB aroundt*?(MTtioatl vrouii't, *c;Mtion yroi.ttd, al>cliuon gronnd, anti rent grotind, aociah*m, Sewjrdiam, and every ur.n of th? diy. The m eeeaa of the w htg ticket wtli give the < S?w?rrt uW'i auti aluvery agitation a tremendous triumph It would ereate a fr?-?h excite meat in the Soath, fcnd gi<*? additional force to di*unioa in that rrpitn. The poMUoR, and the prm?.it4e?, aud tb? caudidfttea of the drmoerwy are nut eiactly what wr oliould htve liked, or what every bitfh toned fiiend of the I'd ion and this irwrhty repuMts would wich aM.?ny of the c<ndid*tea tire infe-etod with heretiee. and have their pint Uvea mixed op wi'h the mi-al* very r.giMtion; but, as a whole, ihey crni' nearer the platform of the constitution and the Union, and will probably receive the confidence tod svpport of the national party clae where, in a hijtte' degree than the whig*. Th?- prospect, thua far, ia undoubted.y favorable to the ? biar. and to antiaUvrry agitation, uuI-m the trends oI the Union, from all parties, and from all (garters, make a strong mid determined imminent to avail themaelvea of the position of the two faction?, and take such ground an to give aid to that party which c >inci nearest , the platform of the constitution and the Union. ]n this great metropolis there are friend* of the Union en? nfk to effect such a purpose, who disregard all party tie* in comparison to ; the preservation of this great republic, under the prvseat conatitution, and with its prrneat pr -?<jfa. One of the greateat calamities of the day wmiM be i'election of this State going in favor of vud tad abolition la It not possible for the friends of the Union, belonging to all panics i ill. \ iretwpo to come forth, make one grand d* n nstr.irioa ? some kind or other, kjkI, by rnak"i>; iheiw-lvri Islt, to preserve us from the terriM-cooae-ju^c, vkirh will attfiid the simsccsb of the asf A. ' titioii party in this ?**te f J Black Mail amd Stool Piuson Politics?Tiie Fall Bl'Une?s Commwck*.?Merchants, mechi- j nice? those steady and sturdy minded ciiueos, wbo pay the chief expenses of the city govern meat, and ' compose the principal bulk of the voter* iu the I metropolis?know little or nothiug about the manner in which politics are managed, aud how easily the people are cajoled aud led by the nose, through the arts of those who live a large portion of the year on plunder extotted from candidates for office. ' The fall bueint ss, with these fellow a, has recently commenced, ami they are now at work levying large sums here ami there from candidates, for whi:.h they give certain political promises. To-tight, or at some hour, to-J;:y, fixed upon by i me ward committees, the wlu^st are invited to choote delegates to their mayoralty, judicial, congressional and ward nominating conventions, and this event will set all the stool pigeon and black rueil political wire puller* at work, in ?*w/ direction, to make money by their ot>er attona. Already the swaggering, bullying, hird-diiukirig, boasting, fighting men?who perform their several offices at our dictions, for their own |>erson.il and pocket account?are in the field. They may be found in ( clusters at certain notorious taverns about the Toombs and other peculmrly mirk-d localities, and in the neighborhood of Tammany Hall, whence j they stretch to every part of :he ci'y. Certain groups " hang out" at the Pewter Mu?, others at J the Broadway ilout.e, or at the Ivy Green, and there they culoulate chances, reckon up the pri'i- j ci,de, character au<l jackets ol unioitious men; | make prim-iry stipulations as to the price of noinuii- j tiona ; and, in the midst of tob toco smoke and the funus of rum, decide who shall h.ive the power of ruling the metropolis in its various department*. Of these chaps, even the Tribune his the candor to say:? Tbe machinery of thefe convention* i? m *1- ; clou* it will could be |>ur;?>s?iy 1? t to by 1 teg a. tubers ot the gvbiTal ciuiwitiew. K lat-Jiug turDiVr fcf it ri niHrked. in rejily to our iuiuitiuj re- , ikouttmuce, tba?. the tbiu< ? ?? net''?tL*t Ih. too should gc to tbn-and ?ho to thtt couveuilua vo it- to Tork out certain preordained reeulti. UencH tb.? *e- | 1< etn a ci time. plane hiuI manner. i : J?*ft to tli? w-od ; coajUjltt?m. and the pollu in -ton- clo?? at 10 .v. M.. while In oth> Tt they Mill not open till evening. { Thu* the i-ame gangH can do ??rvio? in n?t 1? * ih?o i two nf td?. Mooring a e< n?id> rahle-ailog o! tlm* it out of eipen^e In the Si Truth ward, the minority ot til# waro ruDiuiittrf have beou retuaad by lb- in ij->ritjf a day flection, or in t?ct any ballot at all? a r. jgn-aiJtuuble flight mettirg. t? vota eicn iore. ko a- to giva loco loco ? a' l?a*t a* mueb w-oubt at ? hi <.?. wan piwKcribm, and n thing e!ne would bo alloired. Tbla plan ?n?l leti tt.OMi *bo c?otrol ih>' ward c.'iminit'ei*. and have the right to call tl? meeting to order an 1 naraa th< prerlding ( fBcvr. to do altout what ihjy pi. a*e \ cl aii nmn a bo >? not omr nioe can d darn aim ><t a*iy n<< li n an led pul tb ougb'aba* h.iH previou-ly b* a Ueciueo on l>y hi- clique end have the mining ad- i j< ui in d and tin lijiblfc out witbin halt an h-?ur from ] ttut of it* opening Our ward Knotting* httvnb*en ba I enough on former occa.-ioLP. hut tbey bldtairtotx' more coiTupt and oulcn MoDdiy than tbiy have ever yet b-en. So n.uch for ihe ways ot the rpe juUtur.-* iu el 'c ticne, the toddy blo?.-om politician* of the Bro.ot. way Iloute, the P?*ter Mug, the Ivy Green, and the mudil turn holes about the Toombs. The Caiiffs and machinery of their rations lid ej?f r and are very curious. The desire and determination to have money arc the in uuspriug:! of their action. They commence their f.ill business by j>uitu,g ilit ir own men on committees?cill u,> >u certain m< n who are ambitious, and propose such and such an otlice, but cau promise nothing uulem it ib well ptiiil for. It' the hist bleeding is not enough for the p&nent and these political >; I iclis, a second, and even a third, may i>e resorted to, and he who pn>s moot id in a fair and foul y of wiu Bitg mo??, under moot pigeon ititlueuc. "Give I nie out* thousand doll irs," cries oue,4' anil we can ; nominate you; give as t?vo thousand, and wc o in j secure jour tltctiou in sueti aud such w.tMs." | Clue bet of thew Hiool pigeons hnvin^ got t'drir I share of plundrr, ttie nominations beiug kept o^eu , i by the gctirral conclave for the good of the whole, oth? r pencils are culled upon, and thousand* upon ' thousands of dollars are thus drawn out of it?; pockets ol the credulous victims. After the nominations, more money is wanted, eougbt, and cbtuined. Lirje tijiirei are mmed. Elections are very expensive ?money and not .lie people, ihey say, will decide the question. impressed this npon their victims, the stool pi^o is ge?, perhaps, some twenty thousand doll*rs, more or lets ; and thus the position of committee man is no fineevre une. Jt pay* well. The politician s by , trade, then, urt a cunous set. They tioa I trge bust- J n? se in both p&riier; aiid all Ih? bi lling, l.ubnib, .iuJ : coufusion, now and then noticed, ansrs fro.n thf ! fact th?t there is tome new intrigue for more plun* | dir. Is it not time, then, that this lyiteia should | he broken up 1 It is not custom house influence, alone, that is to be suspected- The evil is in every brunch of the political in.dy of the cit> ; and it is not without a lull seme of the danger to the honest voters of this city, that the TSxbvm sayss \ >i all rosy he well will he wrll If th? un?!?dJ I whlpa uf our eltj wilt but claim ami m'tu> their ll|t>lulliiOurDc( in their oan pilmary tu -ttlurf* If tli> ?is*t uiim t( our wliln trtlaali* msofiaui < 1:1 >retaiits atid laborer* would but hhioI?? tnlOdk thW Cay mrneeily lutu this ku?iu?M, Inquire wh > ?-e id* candidate* < ! ibe ?arioui> olit|ue? tor tlii? or that e >.nBlttM' and wb*l i hi ir bt'j?ot i?. aod be refiv ?d Monday to ko pri'U^ptly to tli? nif'tliu* <>( th.'lf rwifr t f mai <! reMlvad lo x>r'-l?* lul'livuuy tl??ir ow n niiln* win ikAM u(otbtn t? ) t*fp< ; J tu?;? u.iKht |iul a ??rj diffrrout f?o on ll?t. H I Ig r v ?J< r ' *>lt)cu IIMlt* toMMMI UM Man I tf i icp. r u< ulDilh>ii)Mf b*nl?i>rtli'h< fioin thi? hoar till jour ??iu il< 1.rntil 1 ?if he. n ;*r-l rlioma' l.? t ?ll pxrl|f? I >ok !?> Him bustn^MS. Let t hem ruth ill to the rescue himI overthrow the election broker*, all the stool-pigeon iatiifnoe, and the political liMidit i of tin J'ewier Muf, Ilroadwav Ilottf, and I?y (irees, "potent injwtile" aud politic*. p? verty and ptirn a, prom ?t3 am! plunder. With the |?.iis ?tir them op, and turn them out, ec ! let it nci be eaid thai New York merchant*, n ech&uid- and Ui-|?)iog citizeu are to have the [ elective franchise converted into a thing of fdle and latter. The ti.nc has cotnc for actioa. ft.itvrbamiif* a^d s<atav ?This imam PmiccT'?nv a 10 thk laiMi Cli r* ? We lrmn thatwvcral of the Irinh Club* who subscribed anm* cf money 1 mi is48, to ninke, or ni l, hu iuauTCCtion in ii land, and w ho have acver m.icc got any MliihctMlfor those depoti's from Ui< Irish Directory, are about to bold meetings, and take such ac:ion ou the ?u!>j?tl a? may appear adviiaMe. Aboa. fifty clu'.*", c in tarioti* ,.?rtHof the countty, sent in dinnr laii 'be return of their money I* the fall of l."4H, after ths delusion had exploded, :tnJ the jn jec'ed rev iiition had failed. They cojld fet no f ttlemeat. ["Imt wert bntnbvxilcd and hurnbtgged from .ime to time Hiring tow wait-d for two j rart, tl.i yb-gin to tniiik it is high t?m<j to make a l.nal < iTort to compel the directory to Ju F< tRe: or, f..iling iu that, to k?.o?r iUk worst about (he 'are of th -ir lost dollar*. 8'ir,e of t iin rluhr. in addition to th? m"i>ev pnid fp the It ?h Directory, h?id aub crib^d and aj>propiiated >tber au;ns for the wme obj.'Ct; bu', when Ireland did not m-ik" the n??diluted Mow for freedom, they wirel) retain* J |>o?oemion of Ihw appropriations, tl.inkinr thein much eafrr in their t * o keeping than in tn?t of 'h~ Directory. Th.'se eutn have lain untouched, in varioua ban'**, e?ff Miter, tl?(* clubs being nt a loss to know what to do w h them till thry ascertained how th? 12."' ,000 io the h?nda of Slievegninnton and Co. should he dis. P<>eed of. For r:;ample, ;Le Thomas Franc a Meagher Club, of this eity, contributed and pa?d> for the freedom of the Iri*h, upwards of stni dqoeited (225 more in the Bowery Saving* Link, 'or the earre pntriotic purpose. Ttere the m >ney rtiraui* eiace that time; and from the uoaa'iafitc ory artswers received iron ftae Directory, the members have rrver l?k-a nry aetiop aa to its !>* I*n i* cUcis of the Club called s-vr.-i timer -OB the Directory, who put ther with * ; steriOM oracular responses abou t a, thing in^urr?(mother tUievegammon in embryo and one of the ntl' men raid, that when he died, his *pte acid be found tcorded, and posterity wrt.!ii !o him justice. V in'irr.e, it was not ' ku j?iw> it, icvenl some ; 4 iiy inviolable seer, at out (be fund, knowu only to the Director/ the nitre? J' ?< *he cjyhcaBt* wers chevk- ' th#y could not say another word, whatever ther might think. The thinking, however, hia gone on ever since, and it i* likely, very soon, to tiud eipretcit a in word* that burn. Some of the hoya have got a notion into thair heads, that Greeley, who is going to ruu for Oougrebs or the Mayoralty, wants to uae th* Irish in obtaining the nomination and election. Now, we would give old Slievegammoa ,t friendly hint, aul if he has any ' nonet" in his pericranium, he wil1 take it. Let him fork over ojvuly uui at>>ve board, the twenty-five thousand dollars, and thui buy the Irish with ?h?-ir own money. Tais would crtate fur him a future of popul irity. Intki.i.jcem k from Ckntkai. Amkrica?Oir readers will find in our column:1 to-day some very \ interesting correspondence from Central Aineric.t, which developed, in a striking manner, th>5 policy which England is pornim* towards thos<* .States. We shall have something to say on this subject in :t da) or two. Ktu-CfMful Trial Trlpot' the Xcw Stramihlp Arctic, the tltlrJ of Co>Un?' l?Ine. The Fplendid Blediuer Arcti.-, the thud of the Collins line of New York find Liverpool steamship, having b??n completed in every rrsi^ct, pro<:red~d to sea on Fiiday Its', on whut is termed ati en?io^er's trial trip, for th?* purpose of having h'-r en giues and machinery te.-t': i bt.fore ahe leaven here for Liverpool, ?he. It-ft the dock at the font ?f Twelfth street, East riv? r, at *ev< n o'clock on Friday mornintr, at <1 proceeded do vn the river. Amort; the iuvited ^uet * o>i oonrJ, were Captains Eldridge, Collins, Palmer, Conutock, (e >mrninder of the Baltic, the fourth steam+hip of th * Collins line,) Cropper, Nicholas I'euu, K-tj., li. K. Collun, Esq.,Mr. Gtery, of lh- firm ol J. >V N. Ir-'ery, Mr. Ri<hertr, Mr. S'.illman, of tIjf lirnt of Siill.ii ni, A'It n. iV Co.. Mr. H. l.tDif, Mr. Sturuis, Mr. $ti)linon, jr., Mr. Snii'h, engiaetr of &ill.naa, Allen <V Co , end si-vera I ow r geritl-rn^n, ali of whom were t.uxioua to j'e h > v tins he.iititul Vt am i would conduct her.-elf a' tea. tfhe hi irted -it h little btfcie seven o'clock, and on her course down the river was compliment d by the steam-hi|> Bilt:c with a salute, wheh wa3 an: 'vi r.'d from on bo ird the Arctic, aiid by the ringing of bells by all the sunlit r craft, shij s and i ie -ni!>oat-j in the vicinitv. Vi'l.ta opposite the Brooklyn navj yard, ?h'' pa*>ed the Uni'.td States sueii!<:?* ^ irnnao, which vea-u'l arrived the evening jr*vi >8 froin Norfolk, having come to thiB city on a tri j trip. The crew acted as if lhey would have cheered iLe Arctic right heartily, if tii* y had bt en permitted to ri< ??. but iu the absence of such permission they contented themselves with Rdmiriiig her symmetrical j. t p-r.ione, her gigantic diifiei sionf, and the ea?>> with wnich she wilkei the wattr?. As soon a? she arrivud of}'the Battery her head was directed to .v4;a.* rtaudy Hook, bat before she reach* d the X-irrov i, a dense fog set in which deterred the pilot from proceeding. An anchor v as accordingly thrawu over, and the Arctic remained stationary for two or three hour-sat the end ?>f w 1 k h time, the mist aud liuze h iving cleared ori", ehe was got under way. aud in the course of a f?w hours the liplithcu.-es oa the Highlands were considerably iictern. Duricg the time that elapse 1 from the hour of leaving the Narrows until dark, the quests had ample opportunity for iiis.i**:ting all connected w;th this magnificent s'eamship, an 1 to explore her from stem to s'ern, from the keelson to 'he hurricane deck. In several reapers the arrcrgi mei.'s of the Arctic are superior to those of the Atlantic or Pacific. She carries more sail than MUf r oi u<oae vosei.?, ??nii tne p? lingers, miring | inclement weath* r, are better prot cted than they | would be on either of the other vetaels. The quar- | ttr* of the officers are all on deck, and there is a promenade for their exclusive use, which will oh. viatc any interference with them while on duty. In other matters the Arctic i* tlie sam? as the others. Sin* is tilted up uu<l JecoraUd in the name gorgeous mid magnificent manner, has aimilar unlimited | convenience", ami ortrrs si wilar inducements iv? travelers, that th?- other vee??l? of this line do. Like the ethers the is warmed through- j ' out by u steam airarotu*, by which the | \ boat can he graduate.I to ttuy desired de- ' rreo and incrcmsed or lilmiuiatK i ut pleasure by pimply turning a mm 11 wheel, not more thifl tw ice the ?.ize of a twenty di :1 ir piece. Th-? ?Ute,rcn;? ari* c-mikU> large ttud roumy, in.l the t.hip is ventilated from sttni to rti r.i?so thoroughly th ?t, t'liiiouuh she has remained ever i-inre she wis launched at the deck foot, of Twtiuli street, no uo- , tic a runt odor c-u be det?cted in any part. There j are but few i'en?els of which fo much c m b? s iid, I and none, wo believe, but 'hos.* of CuUtns' liar; | for, as regards ventilation, Mr Collins w is deter- ! mined I here should be n" c*ute i f complaint. 11 the interior arrangements and deoritions, the 1 Arctic is somewhat superior to the otln*r vessels of | this line, the experience whi< h v .? acquired iu I their construction having b?en protit.ibly employed | ,0 huildipg her. Inaw ord, ?he i* rhe moat com. ! mcdioua ccd the best anaimed steamship that we evri saw. It, is alutr at a nutlet of iini>o??ibil'ty lor <!ij- utrr ti> or Mir tn k*f> I..it n?n?ifk>i?JU< I ' ? V?, j that, *ho is provided with lo ir of Cracit' metallic . life boata, which art exhibit if ?*vin<{ at least two ; hundred pfriona. , In tl f courae of Friday r'eh; and Saturday night tli** Arctic wita teaied in every way pouible?s>i?e v. na put head In (he wind m. J before the win I, without aa:l and with it. When running in the trtth of a vtiy atronp breeze, and aguiuat a toSen- i My h.<-avy head aca, her motion wax r?m*rkahly | ea.y. In.-leud of breall'titf the water, as the term j if, ir. two or 'hr?e place* at h's bow*, it would rppear that ahe not bre k it at all, but that khe went over the wnvea, cauriag c<'t even a ripple at ary i lace but the cut water. This ,?oint ivuamich Kilmired and cop' iterted o,<*n by ?. Kldridge, j Cropper, i'almer, aud the other old salt* <>a beard. | In thia reapect, we doubt if the Arctic c in ba , funalied by any v-f ! afloat. When a new veaael poea to aen, <'be of the hrat >ji>e*iioa? atked la, how ! tioen ebe atierl TUe old aaiu before mentioned 1 were uot aati- fied with beii'g informed that ahe i could h" ?teored with the iraaifjt facility, but ex- j amiuvd for theinn Ires, and tbr r^ult ?va* their i bn.inimt oa ?vinu n that her ateerirg ^tialriea were unexceptionable, and that t.i?y ne- er were on hoitil , i f a veiael that whu wore ea^-ly controlled hy the ' rud !er It will be reco'lected that, like the AtI lantic and Pacific, the A rctic i* aieered by i n?w metb??d. which, aa far a? ii baa Itern tried, operate* ia the moat perfect miner |?Mble. Hut all tbeae thnga air k into idtifniriniacft when e<.mpar*d with i ne micbiiKiy W|; ,t hoota it, if the AretlcV model ia nn# xc? ( iionah!^-it h' r < ?n- , ' venienrea for the aecotnrri^dat n o'pia?e!ijj?-n? are ' nnrtvHIe.l- if ahe can V e*> er??d ?ia eaaily aa a ' birch bark cnniw?#r if aHe ia *o thoroughly ven- | I til.ited thai if he were .0 remitn a )e*f or tive 1 yean- in e dock or at sen, there would In* no ametl | or hi K'' water, r iuiy other oda-r ex;wrie?or<i? pniTlorn nrr rnniu-n rim r i iciiijrry 'MUifl n<)' ??f* 1 flitd upon! l'(< our*'-a'l thr?-< advanixg* would i go frrnntlurj(. The e*|?rr?a ohjrct or 'he trial trip j wm lotnt ikr (R(!tir(ind nMi:hin?ry. Th-y were i tned witha h'#h >?ead ol *tr im and with* low fceud ?from twrlvr (ound.- down to a<i low n* hm pound nnd a halt, and e?v- vn< lalitiol killiftntina t<> Mr. Slillmnn of the \.?v?|iir Work*, to Mr. Collin* himrtlf, to the eoji*n> < < ( tli* ArctW, Mr Farron, and to every our. In \?ct, the rachinerjr more than unwrtrd all that ?? c?:>*atrri of it, und proved, in the most unaimMt-tioie maimer, tti.it the United Sutra i* at the Uy of tac ladder in tin* iin.**rt?uit drptrtmriil of *cirn*e and mwlinnice. The fallowing are ?oct?- of the retold of tl>< esjeiimeote trted during thr- tr, d inji l?ro- jl mi?a.'sr that the tailer* havr N >>n i J with a | hydraiilii.- pr?-M>ure cf thirty-th^t- po'ioda to thn | square inrh, and that they will w ,ifc. J ?r the | rate <>f fiftteo, the Arctic, with pev-n |>omtd<of I rifini, }*ii>cen1ed a' tli? rati- of ten ko?i? an hour, 1 and the nxrbiuery perfofunl nine ><irt a lialtrfvolution*. rk rrnchtn'rjr t?? le tw.?lre r-roluuotia , wtih ten poo wM ; wnh ?. (*>r 'ion ot l?rr canvas aet, J vi*:?fore and rnaim-a't*. f?re an.1 rrnin toyvaiia, atd f?rr and mala top??l nt/wi*. and three ^ouarM ' >f rteam. ?he w<*)' at e rue if t*n mdea *n hour; with four aik'l >' h if t>otn<l* of ni'-nrn ?lie j w^nt at th" rate of nu'f and a halt ny,'- ?+x ho ir ; I Willi i'l | our ili>, ahe fifO^e tlevro ?a<1 a half rrw Ijiiop* with *t?en a *1* naV- thirteen rrvelution*. On ai.->thei 'toD, ahe mite thirteen revolutions ?i h ait ( v la- r'?r pdrj>o?e tf tcetiug what ahe eo'i V wi'ti the auialieat ? aib'e T^ad of nea.n, i i.redW'le ->a it nny ajv I i>?tr, i-itillnrin, Allen iV Co'a rV" nijineer iv , farmed Mr. Coilina that he ha >$,i?.t?dlt thr<"? Lime#, env, found tbaf, wi'h oae poind an 1 I five-eighths of attain the Arctic mad* eight and a half re volutions. O* coming up tha Kay, ou her return, the inade twelve and three-quarter revolutions witn twelve pound* of steam, shut ott cloae, and distanced, wiih competitive case, the Staten Irlaii i ferry boat itylph. <"a the whole, it was a moat eaiialactory trial trip in every point of view? bo'h is rrgi rda the sailiag qualifier) of the Arctic and ibe machinery?and all on board were perfecily p?ii*ti*d with the performance of both. Wt have s>a'*d that it ib intruded to work the Innlerbof the Arctic at the ra'e of tirteen pouuds pret<oure io the square inch. This may seem high, Hben there is au impression abroad that lintidh vet+els are restricted to seven. This, however, is wrong The British vessel* are worked as high UN anu Alhfrii unA if anu aiii.*k Kju h^*?n irtidt by act of Parliament, 'he law i* a dead letter W<* are inform- d, by a diMiu?ruished Amen ;an en 21 ih*' r, ttiHt on one occasion lie saw the boilers of the British bttan (ship Express wurked at u piessure of seventeen pound* to the inch. He went iu her on her trial trip, and observing tliut the wheels revolved with great rapidity, he inquired <?f iht* engineer how much ?teum he wis ueiug. The reply was from seven to nine pounds, lit- vvua amazed, and the engineer engaging in con\ treat.on with gome one present, he availednimself of the opi>oituaiiy ttud proceeded to the hr*-room to examine tor himtelf. On board British vessels the etc a U1 filiate in not exposed ad it la in American, but iu rather concealed. The consequence wan that, ut first, he could n<>t discover it. After searching for a while, he fouud it; unci lo ! and behold, instead of the boilera being woiked at a presstiie ot from seven to niue pounds, be caw that there was a head ef steam on of sever.'et n pounds. The American engineer, to whom we rrier, is a highly honorable nun, and incapable of stating anything untrue. The Arctic Iihs two side lever marine engines. The diameter ot the cylinder is ninety-five inches, b. il ilte ile^ih of stroke nine feet. She hums anthracite coal, and will consume, on her dip to Liverpool, about sixty-live tons every day. Her tdlictia and crew will number one hundred nud twenty-nine, viz: one captain, four oHicers, one purser, cue suigeon, teu eugitieera and assistant ei.gineerf, tweuty-four lirnnen, twenty-four conl beavers, thirty-Fix men in the sailing department, and thirty-eight in the steward's department. .She will It'hve Ntw York on Saturday next for Liverpool; and we would not be at all turpi ised to hear I'Mier astonishing the public. plicr, tlitl ihi* Arclk conduct* her<*lfv?r> haulMHiitl> in a h? avy era. she rolls auii puetirs very gradually* mid uniformly. She doen not, lilf oth< r vi h-i-le, liuiiip, or riae and fall etirtiieuly. The r?v

vn>e ie the cai-e, and, in ihiti re?|ivct, ?h? pleu.-?eil, in e lii?.h degree, 'he pack* t captains on board and nil n,t i 4Ht.ri.(4er?. she will be commanded by Ca(>'ai? Luce, whose r< puia iou ait a gentleman and a mvi^ioi, are w i li km wn 10 the travelling community, for lie wuk, t'orminy yeai#. connected wi'h the Liverpool line of packet ehip*. Politics. N>? Youk.?Thu ri-o ut movement* In tbo wh^g party Id thin Ktate, in ttin surrender of tha national i> bin jaity to the abolition or 8*waid party, hu mo t eliitily ctmoDetrated that the entire whig party now stand upou the abolition platform. Though a tew ni-aspaper*. lucb an tha Allnoy State Httiiter. Buffalo Ccnmrrtial .'JJifi hin, and Kochrattr JaeriiM i, were lend in their denunciations of tbe conr-.ii ot the m*j?rity of tbe fcyrac'isa convention - an4 ?oa?j ol tl.tni jclumd to display in thair column* tUo nominees ot that convention?they no# cooaider tbe ccnrse of tbe Utira convi-ntiun. in it* virtual * ndorf-enit-at of the wbole of th? praeeedings at Pyrai:ut?, as just anl proper, and th-? or ly eruri<? to be pursued for tbe maintenans* of whig piiL-.ij.l -i. Id all tbe county conv^atiou* the que*. oiiM ot ilave.y, and the Fugitive SUv* bill. Are t .i u-st to ba acted upon, and tbe latter bran led a* an outrage, and one which should not oe tolerat-1 lu fart their proceeding* amount to nullification outripta*. Th? feeliag hai be*u wrought to such a p<iat t hit seveial ot tbe religious denomination) hare mvla it a part ot their conventional proceedings, and litva not been lees violent in their opposition to I be fugitive slave law. than bave the most violent abolitionist meeting- At the New Vorfc 8ta'e Bap* ist convention. at Krockpoit, a i-bort time since. tbe law wait declareJ an cuLlmr> to < be spirit ot the declaration ot ludepeoden :e and as opposed to the direct grauta of the coukUimioa to'evely villsen. and to the law ol Uod. They reSolved to express ev?ry ry in pat by tor tfce fugitlvo. A tew Oa)s?ii><!e, at a ?bi; convsntion <n Onoulega c. nnty. k tsaoiutlou wn? peeked regarding opp laltiou Ui tne Institution ol aiavi ry aa oue ot the de.irly ch?> tlirr b itlKCiil* U? *|twl?n antu ttif t>:it ol ?ho mlnatirDu ? tb?y term tb* KuKtrivn -H*y<i iaw. Ik T>-i>?fttrd Ati?tb*rlo Caytiica eouutr, whil? lau ling thr pi aiic of William II g*<rar<| prritfl upvo Mai tb? cu'.r h< ?tn iIn- a??p ol frand-in. to |iml?t. la hi* ttrial r?i?clty. up .? ID? abolition of ?i?f-ry In I'n I ifirirt ol Culuiii ii?. rh- resolution* 1 a^aiii-l tl.? I'BfiltlKdUn lit' are ?li>l-nt In th? *Stri-m?, aui Ihr)' ?l|ir>K4 itafir vilhoijni to J-fro 1 t'ir fugitive (( not tLi ?itncl|j| r.l lueKtir without r*i. 1 w fn Warbli jtt>.o onju'jr, too. St lb Wii'j cin?t? i-.OI?vi-iit|?n. th? rrrolatloo* wrfe of lb* ?trnri ?ut i.l '.'Hi ten '<t. a Mi dtnoutieeii! n* n-p uu? <.!ll -vm i.l lli>' :-it u? kidnap)* rn, who W"U <i attempt to city ut Xt? picticion* el llir law. Hup f?*lin,{ la not ?ith tin- *ki|fwy itw> Ibi 4mm .(? ban llwoagti out tLr 81 at In ?o (?m? fbey limp mtIt1 etonal cPB.ina'tooi ncp- in 'hi# ?lty, mini 'ft tn?*tiably tiimliitted fr. i- toil aaudiJatee Th* r?:|o m*/ t? vtfijr ml iy pHltiklail at abr>ut eijcM to t?<>. in II.ii rijiiwtitica wblcti n< niloatrd I'raMen Kin* 1 r rerl-rtl?i?. the j.rroeeuln.r* were of in li.ltimciit'ry .harn.-f r, nvpculns b" iufl tutlon m rren to lb* s?t*r?* where It exiatr. ?nj po<itle?-ly <t?iaaafia{ the ktit liiicu ofilavtiy In the Dietrirtof C>lm.ih < in lb? other duUli'lf. ?b ua Iha coalition ajjr-nl iipun fi e* pi il ldate?. t a? .?<>? Jiim- *. tv <> ' a tump*rale rh*r?i'; -r though th? doiiiIiiMi wi re Voiwu to h? mrr uh i would op|>i>. ? tlarery It nfffj pwiiblp <r?y. Bo tlio* Il l? ?.tally ??'u thai lh? BUti ol M wbauyer purty mey b? miti'?(ul in iy b? enMy ? <. ?> n ? - h rf* ?o'I of ati'illtion Ht?t*. The Albany f'.ttttinf J?i,kblch larore both the nl'l,?' ail '! Uiocram i-a tb" tri e eoil c oiinatiatit, I* delight*! ? lib Ikl H'HM < f tt>r whig* crii-r;iily hu? a<*lail-d to i-Diinl> aaui-e a coalition i f wit's*. dumo^rnti. und aiill-i*Dler? dNtini th* |irPtrDtmiH|iii|tii; tcla< in ftid-nrr of ibl* ? party attach.4 to tbttpapnr tba him ?ho cpj'.-f i Ik* rr ol tb* D??r f?a'u ou< ltl;tMti'*.ji iM< l.i tk* in inliiaf Ion of tlifi * i'i nocrafuwith ti.r t wl l??. In the fpcmt antl-ivu'. !<:*" c?m ufl'in. Th? vbi'li' pr?*? anl not a muail portion mi thr rt? moerat.c p:??r. ara openly avnaril in ta?orofiifi* Mil. id many of b"tb parttux ha**' ftitrrd tb*ir lii-lermlnr.'I .n to Itrvp up tb* awi'attnn until tbo Ic-fttMli.n of ?lay?ry in *utin ly iirtr><u out of tic ctufe'lctacr. MiniThe ojipotitlon to the Ka^lllae *l*"? It* in tbl* Bta'a hi< b> ??o eirrtoil to a (tntur e? fr?tne thun in ?nr otbe-. t'pon tbc arr??t u( a lu^ltiTr?l?veln Detroit, tbc elril aathni'ltia* ri-fu??<l to r??d? t ar.y itij to the United 4t*t*a offlaer* aid rathe" eotial?nai.oe<l t h# tub who nought to relet*# htra from 1h? law. A ?uMli meeting ?*? e.alled. at which the Major of the eitjr pte*l<l? d In cppo?ttl'.>n to the 1 ?* ami Cot>,fre?* wa* cl-n')Uie?J lu the wjt po?l;i<* term* becauitt- of tb# r f ?j.:h bill. Th? It* *ne prononnetd contrary to fit nau?tltutlon, and Coagri a* bail no right to ullt n eltUen* to aid Im the atrett of a fugitive. In tw o- three of tha cim KT?Miot>?l .!l?tric'? the wliigt *"l frpn soiler# harv roalireed tnd i'I make ?t?rj effort to plarr thud tit#, in tbe ?! pri-arbing elrctlor. Ppi a tte ab< llrlon pintfo bi The Petrolt 7VlHn* ha* a*?iim??l the leader-til p of tbe whip party, aid I' If nut "f the nj.wt violent abolition print* la the eoiin'ry The Dttrult Jhti+r Inn . Itrrn. fly the oryan of the whig party, has join -'1 In tha K?neral ary agaln?t #U??ry.aniereijtbin* per la'ti'Pd to that ln?t|milon. wh*r<-a* It heft.re ob?er ? >! ft?MtTi'l?# eourae. Tha Detroit Fm Frrn, the o-ft to el tra detn N rale. ha* Bat MM t" MMWM lit Ifn tlon of tb? tlavery qn??tli>n a* uanaltad for, ant only ral-uletta t"?ow aii'irlt i>t ?it? *en?i.>ii ihruicO"'' ikt ix.nntry, hl'h wi.tiid probably b* prodorti** ot tbe mof-t dli? tr? u* i i nnqu-n-e* to tbe wall b?ing and ial< l> rf th" I nlan M * ** ni-mtt* --The political parti** In tbl* State inlouift "1'ially dlll'J, Indeed ? tnueh ? thi< It I* probable *?iy few roruber* will be rlaatad ti t'onIt Tip*, except m tb?M district* in whiih tba whlgianj Irte toiWta have formed noalitlona. Tha whig party, fTr+pt a portion of the party In tha rlty of Ronton, I* thf'toujlily anti *iavery. and that party, ualf the lead of tha Boetott .lf/a>, haa, in all it* moreiuent*. rspre??ed the mn*t <lncij?rt oppotl'.l' ti to alavery Tbe Hen. D**l-1 W*b*t> r ha* b*en tr%i]u;etl ia erecy m eiIt'n c.f tha Ptate. lor the ccar** he puriued upon lh? ecmpromlre r|ii**tiaa. In tbel'nlt-d Ktatr* S*a.ite, ?r?l the r ppotitlon to bloi now In tb# fltata I* amy itM>( Tbr free Mil pjirty, compact d ml portion' of horh 'h? whip and d*aionratiff parti** ar? aotlf*?aa4ly t?i? > bolittou party of tb<? Hun. though th?y Jo not go to ?o ittat an utrraif a? tbo'a of th? Garri 10 Mliocl. Id ?e??ral of th? rountlM a emll lien 'i.rrard b?t*rin lb* Irpf coIIhm and democrat* hut th* leader* o| tb? foriaar r?p;iHat?d lb?> moTxitnt anil lia?<> ? >mlr -?t?'J Iii4fpfi44.it ticket*. I ctHI ?nnt tn N< th? lirtil <ju*rtar? of tti? HbclUtm p*r?y, and tb- . ot tha?. ctty l? tta? nrtan ot Ui" party whleh i? !* > profe*??dly in t*?or l?l lb'** ?b ? who jam ?>th them Throughout tha mtltt fUt' tb< whtc P?'ty ali"?<?-" the abolition 1<rtriLW. t irrptliif tM ti* !* m< th? doiiri'Mol lb* ?.*?? Cf Ml tv -b.ter In t hl? Xnn. t?i>? }> dillral ?v baa iba rburrh la flprln^fl-id, liw L'tiilAiliin Aonx-btioa pi ??<l reaolutloa# rtnn'lr f f Im avarutloa *f tb? Kdjc'ti** HU?? law mid In opp<mitod ' ? ln?t]t?tl'n or *la???y p?u. ra|:f fiat Ml*|> in* throng hoot tb* ?*tont of that I't' mti.in n, > <a<perat? i!i" atfl<tlon aadta*|?r wider the 1 b airaa txlHlaf b?tw*?n th? Poutb and tha . o -h Tba animulaa *u fi *1 *'? lb' Mt u>dl t drDoa.iaallaa la t> ' a. ' ohWh Ft'< ad un'il that dea -miaUlon ?* 1 nta ??ctlr,t tl fMtl'if initli* oi'<at bitter i > ?!!' t ?! Tiff rili nit '?U"n th. m The atx*(ltt >a'at* ahwa Mff t|f# : iat'lti< Boar hunXiirpi?d 'b'!t d'temln not %c tna?a tb*?4t .? ) n until Morerv |? abolished. which determination, If perflated Id. will Uk? that of the obvrrb. end in icctloaal dirt- ' stone. tbr ob# airajed again* t the other. J Illinois.?In eonneqaonoe of the probability that i bo wonld bo ealled upon to execute the provision* of j the low 1b the orrett of fugitive alaves, the United I State* Mattel atChicago r??igned hi* commU*lon, ond j the people cf that oity held a meeting, in which they 1 d-Lciunct d the low and tho*e who panaed it. The CMcagu Vimtural. which had before been the organ of the | dfiuurratie party, joined with tbe abolitionists. aud ! i tbe party ha*. within a very abort time betptn to at- 1 *ume lu importance which wan not before known In j the 8l?t? The democratic party, ot the old school, have established tbe Uttuocralic Jlrgut, a paper of their own creed. Except in tbe vicinity of Chloago, whnra ] tbtre are many fugitive slave*, tbe question has been 1 very little agitated in tbe State and will not be made a ] general question throughont'thu state at tbe approach- i ing election. Yiacinia ?The agitation againct the North In thW j State It evidently becoming more apparent. Tbe Ri< Smund Timet sayi tbe car-ylng out of tbe Fogitivu Slave ( law by tb? North will at ply the trim te?t of the <jue?. : tton whether the people of the Ncrthern and South- ( ,.rn State* can live together uu'ier a common govern- ; i mi nt. If they either nullify or repeal the U?v they ] will *atl*fy the South that the Union in no longer toler- ! able. In the eastera und *out.hern counties the peo j , pie are very muoh exasperated against tbe North, and j tbrunb they would prefer the Union. would not *icriflee any interest, and ttpeclitlly that whirh m of ?o vital importance in an arrlcaiteral point of view. t'tie , Kii'mimd Exuniinrr Mys tt i* a very important matter , to tbe South. and to the whole country, that- the p.tw- ] e.sof the gtnrral government should be a<oertalu?d. and vh< th* r the laws ean be nullitiej to the prejudice | of tbe Southern half ot tbe I'nion, by a free nejro aud j absconding slave dynasty. Tbe fault of ;hea<it*tion Is | not with the 8outh. ller long neglected oomplaint*. tbe insult and acorn with which her remonstrances ( were treated by the free States, have engendered a bit- i terutsi of feeling which it is :eared can never be moll- 1 fltd No*tm Cabom*a.?Tbi* State, which baa always pur- | i su'd * conservative course, having heretofore teen j ! nndei whig rule, and not dlspcm-d to cry out against i i tbe whig majority at tbe North, new begins to speak of tbe aggression* of the Noith. Within a short time, several abolitionist* have been arretted within her 1 Aiders, one of whom was tarred and feathered. Tuu Wi.mingtou *1utma a democratic paper, says there is no doubt but the day* of this confederacy are neuly numbered. The 8<>uth has now suffered too ui l U to j lotgrr bear the bnrdrn she has for a Huml.er of yr?rs i like a galled horse, and though the compromNe pl??ter i Iims been spread over it. the wound deepens lueteul of hi sling Ttiis feeling has been growing forsume tim? ; end at the last State election In consequence it the opposition to the South manifested by tbe wbtg p tri ?, the democrat* were sucoefMul. Sevtral tmellngn hmi t??u called in variou* sections of the State, an i ree v In' ions adv?rre to * be perpetuity of tbe Union p**<* t. in the event of the refusal of tne northern States to I the execution of tbe fugitive slave law. f Hoitii CtaoLiSi The p. ople of this State, of U e, j ! huve bn u very quiet, and very few threat* &r? inn I. ( l opmly against the North, and great caution serins to j i be used in tku rspretfion of opinion upon the aggre* . ni< n* ot the North Tin* rbai l??t?ri Sun is more p->?i- j I tive ii> ItH expressions of opposition to tie North ?t this time than any o(h?r piper in the Statu TW*t 1 ! pup> r >ays the t'm? lias eoine when the South shuui 1 t d' p< nd i>pon herself. anil no longer he Jep-udant up >1 , . tin* Nortn tor atj thing If her grievances ?rs t.? be Uncled at and lur complaint* are to be in*-t w :.b fsi-iie hhd jeer*. then the last tie of brotb<*rh' .id < ! ?r ould ho broken. aod a more cheerful consent gi ??n r to th* distortion ol the cuuti dtracy Gcohuu.?The contest between the whlgs ind d? morrut* in this State for supremacy, !n the appro ui'iliij couvmtlon. U warm and spirited. The whigs a*-?*rt th?t the South should be satisfied with the proceedings ^ j ot Congress, which t>a? granted eq^al privileges to ^ j that section, while the democrat* denounce the whole proceedings. and look upon the Fugitive ?lave law at a measure in fotm, without an intention to enforce IU provision*. The whig press hare denounced. aad eontinue their denunciation of iloveruor To war. iur an > nitessarily calling a convention when uo stud of ne d? uisndei such amovem-nt Tbere is scarnely a county In the ?tate in whlell meeting hi?e not bona | held deniHntiliiK a dissolution ot the uuiuu. while the ' wings have held meetings opposing any movement rulenls'i (1 tw eudaoger tbe confederacy. It Is vsry protiabie the sdjourned session of the convention "I to ut lis u states will he hold at Millejg?ville, wnloh ; will, It that body should recommend a secession of the ' pnu.n trt in the L'cioo. greatly increase the diauulou > Mil| iu .h" i*t?te. niaalra.1?Trlptcr Hall. Tfca 8a< red Concert glvm by Aiina Bishop, last night, was attended by over tiirra thousmd persons, i Ki.d ? as a good commencement for what will prove, we trust a series of similar psrfor ji innas T?k *u as a ? hcle. thsre never has been in this country *< g*?nJ massive, and impnsstve a musicil entertalnmeut end eviry judge of music must acknowledge that aeretkl | ottlunn ol i he performance were ?xerut?d in tne n<G?t perfect niauner. Both a, as director, ezhioited ?<itracrdiuaiy power over the most p?#fect orchestra ever | collided In this elty. Th? divine Mereadante's Intro- j duetlon to Kosslni't ' Htabat Mater" which ess pis} ed twice at the desire ot the auilt-Dne. w.? hid*! grand, hartnonloas. and snnl-etlrriiig In- , ? <1 til the InMrunicntal part of tbe eou<??rt #?< t ( tlx Mjdiert ordir, and it la to be hoped that >< any ' fcnte opportune l>? Kgnln mid of h'irlut fin * ?ari>d u ui> o of ibe?reat i-?nip"??r The eoenl pur i t t? u ot l he concert #??. alao, generally. w*l| *u*Uio~<i ! ^ V< ara K Kr(uin aad Nlir.tvra aun< with *li-tr h*?t a'> I tjr ki ditn (ili-kisrii toihrlr?u<titiirn. but ib? b'lit 1 ?(!< 'if w?ra thc.aa ot Adm Hlfhop ami Mofulli. l'tio ; j ; ' I'to P.eeatla'' of the latt?r *a? admirably , , rut ?' tb? lich Tolre and nobri ton*a of ta? ? > | caliat making a deep IrapriaMon upon ee>-ry ?'i? ' r..) ol appreciating tru? ? *r>*l!?noi*. Mini D* i I L*'< ? aang ' Thou dtd?t not leara lit* foal," w.ih t ! a i mi and *uataln*<l lout* and high p-*lte I for Kit e^rr?Bl atyla to a ?*ry diffl'ult *tf irt. r i A f for Aiitin Bitibop's remarkably Kti-i vooalltatliiq, r ' K ! impM*>ilil* to my too muiib. Il i'i|i(?Htiiii. ? | m'li a. In tha pettulliirly ?*<|nl*lt? tonea ot li?f i )! ?, I Id tli* metbrd of brr iM?lii*tlon, and lu the upnr- i ' ilnrilaiit mwIiwii of li?r upp-r tmtM, ?? w?i li-r a lii ij it thf ' Ut thu nn<lit H r?p.j.ui ' ati.i , f ?*.. b-jr-iid coin|iart?on with any of th <r??t ?u. t?i- j I lata ft la m lirr jillt rl)ln dlltrratlng tiitt ah ? ii 1 j tha < xmiplar of nil tur i?tt.liH and '.lin^h otlart 1 a D'*y l? *?t<>n?>d lor p<>f*<-f?in( <|Ua*ltt*i which -h- ' : rti?? tut trui rrti'ciMu will ?. kn "?t-'lij- tint ah* |avr|>?a?*i? all *oeall?i* lu h-r owu atyla ot eaetilaua* I * I) liwMN << lb* nud:?n?e. ?ft? rt ; , ! "PK Iron th* oratorio ol * dtaniu." lu wbi 'h ; L , alio hit- no rltal. Tba cko the ?'? cnio paa- j >?K>p thr at.ake. h" |?D?r?i inel idloiin la'.er . ' pr> tntlun of the whol*, w?r* truly wou<l?rful He 1 * chain* nicititi th?tr part of th* pwrf>rm*n^e with c. ne thnn tbvy h*?? knforn ibi ilinl ' iid Mr. I.j?t-r. th* Ir dinmior. m<-rit? htKh na <> I- P iiuji. forth* mannrr in ?ht-b h? hn* puu??tt?ii ?"y n ' r?? m*t>iln|? l?to on?*'hin( llkr in p|fM<tli? w1* l? Villi mote ptnciif*. it? rli< ru? will provw*qa?l t<i I l!ii' oth-r pnrt? ?f thn p?rtorin?n?? Tb: Imt^i-x m I K>t>l prf??tit ?fr? Mtfhl) itrt'iO'J. 4td it l? r.rttaiu 'hat tli?i? If a lar(? portion of our p"pul?'i >n r ?t r wr u.d br happt to h?T? thiacln** i>f cone T'a tlni'd lor th?ir ?*<i?llant (I.ot auii ?ba in?trn itinn 11 tli?? ftoid. t<afr?d oitKlr l? to" much n?jl~-U4 an I p with Itiif h?n> a h tl I and j'.d.'innt w? u>ay antlr'nata . , opportuiiltl** for h^atlntc "> irMS "*?rrj work* ot M< zait. tnlbvin. K'witot ar.d oih^r#. I * Court (' Ittidar for tlil< Day. P imm i <ii it <??n"a! f-rm <; Ml *0 71. ' An ?o M. i? iT.U 9,11. The uonm.im ratad ealm- I dar will aim In taken up. *iri.ma ('nt'iT - N a A1 1/fl. TO fO'i 1W. Ill ' 14A. I HI 149 IMI IAJ. Ii."> I?I| HT I .M IWi, tdl.ln-i Int. ! Ih?, i?fl HA. W 124, ltil, 9. 44. 8 >. 47, .V4, ?i. ?l, 1?7, il. : 1 So 14T. Wlin la Root I?Who la thi < man !to?t, ulii I li<< mMiiiM ?r?r>t?dy allh hit w^jarlul man ? | |n?.ii' if? I p ?t-??, >? pir-u.ei are m> v-rr el*(?il a 4 . ; *<avtil'j'?who** Reatna lanur Hr a-teay aai fmi. Itti ?'?? '. *r? ?? ?"per* and a<> ! Irf fhaiaaaa.ia j i< ..<ht Ilia " trit tlakat" ia t bllail?lphia I 1 rrmrnal.'ina aturraa baa attni?le?l all Mra. i i "rn win full, u'.'iia tit it "at ..hi am I f?rkl?r? * (I *;i? I"? ,n?l.fjr #f in i ? ? cad it-?? H I lh? !,?.( <Irt.n i -tin w <n ??a '<< f?>- | J il.ii . ! tlcir t# Mrt. ur ?m. .>?. SJ. H ?'J ? Bro*4aaj. Dry UihmIi t .d M*> till* Kal*hlUlim?ut, [ j lr v?> ?l >iihi br.tail.- a a*l?r. jifpri ?<>r? ? la <itiiia| , tk?f*l ml u^k ' oaorn ?? <>aM *> * .I; n ! taai.r* lli>ai I < ?! tka !? , ai.t rtm-,nt ??f urj no .taauMMiI t<r fIk ara ai> I .< t nra arn?<J in ?? 'i art la. i< 1 i- 1 11 ) tat*-tk? i?i?i traivaf pr? itt. aa4?h?all ara n???r-?t jy (In part ?f i>nrh?>nit Ikair i ?<?rn all'it < lw kr. t Wtl <t~k>. al? , ara Ilia t kamn af unlT iraal tdiaira- \ Mt-r. tllh lauthaiN i> Miai'MMalil ka taa.i l v I | i<>a.|?, tnnri?>a? and whollr <t?rol i at luatl.la ja!aat riifTant#, luailrrrnir nr aa?nti>pt1?a. > Clark*, thr Tallm, lltWlllUm at?~r?,hm ' lk? l.aaor mi >an>iK' it? mat ka la prai'tra I In ?.*. < t" maaiara tka liMil kitvl af a Ir.^k r ni"?i >' >at, a f I'l laat fria. h. W Alta, a rr-h.: ka ttjla of ti-a-?r? at, ?'* I rt'ly ? ' k? till, akiah mar la ar*y at a l ?.l.I nwlull. Ulliar ikli at in pr;'purn"a. PI Bl At Wo. Ml Hrnkiltva)' ran lw (on nl on? i?f the tnaai. Da<u?rr?vlJ (a l.ai aura i.i i la cur. Mr. Clara aa<l nanahtrr arc alrav*a?4 ri al > la (ah .(I Wia r Hi t ?|ir'rrM t? ?*; thtl fttof ihcm ?i k a a?|i. Tt'ttraf j>| ! ackiatrt la railing la alt tbal ?:i? a ? aa iii?l pin: .n. Klrgnnt fnTltafton, At llotnc, \? < Hnrfh, pi Tititiii aiilUlilliiii, noiatri a it (. >atau in i >a .av' , faahfi ??Ma (t|l. a at B<?r4>lr? V.' Ilmaar?raar l>u?? tr<-:. f. a-itlial !<.?**? Uf Wrt J. a., i ah.., rti.ital h.if.l Wuffr-. anJ 4i!?a? ikrt, Mr fc*a?..?i| .mi i tranrh atnm at h a. 2 * all ilrrtl. fnt IM acatun^aii'.i ?l M kia 4na n ta?a inrttnini lr. .InniM \V, l?n?? -II, Ornlltt, *nri.f, ive. f, lixl't I N i^wiiaml i' It M Analu ?l 'hak,*?a< |, ftaf Iri at 9 In 4 n'alnrk, ai '0 ?r*a'l?a|r. aa'ran-v i,', War tan afrttl, ah ara can M kt i inai"palar "fnnmn h? T Ifi.'llllflWllln, fthli ' ia>, hl> mil A1K14 Irt *' aari Car r-.uat*ia>. Ar'iH-.a. t * I??rn4. \ f Hlf ?rlllriar ai (l*ttt _ \ Y - avmit.! . ^ ill iM? <rl'? in tK?> 4 Htk mmii t.i pfn?Hrv a nr Llvr ||.| I ?|<Vi tt ja , iftn-a. tmtf '> *< nt?nt fi-i > 1-* try ti trot p ?i ?c, ?|,^ "r fyn'liif IH fMiltl! Diiliicp : f ??( ( i, ui.l |>r?.ni ?t. *1 *)? <# I > ill r? i?t?r tn4 i * ?-g??tern. {,?> i * . .?-?t1, .ir? IT * > > 'r?.U?n, Il? Hr? K^jru. 17 > <' ,1- ?* tj*'ttTMl. 1'H UT;lt?.4hf At l rr>- tu tnti t ? iiMt I 11 1 ' 1 LmbIi1 PworMU ?rC?bfc-We m grmLlS?t to m? that this T?r> work MUnthimb unlj d?a?r??4 ?B?oa??. It olalnu the a-.Uatioa of ui r?NitM th? <*>tii??aeatiea? ?ll?ho vitaaa* U. The uu>M , kfirm ti at it I* ft taltbfnt pictor* of th?ir tfapical iilu?. knd aud C*nnoi?wiir? of ?ueh know, character a< f. 8 <>??ao4 *>* , ?r<l F. lW?W, K> |., Corrn.poadim* Mr? tun Mr I*. their l?tt?r? eitollin* hia wurk ae on I wrtr aeld m O'lOkllad. Go ani aee It, ?t the MImtts Rb< u'>. 44k> Ur?ad?ay. Dliruo of tlie Kj??lii Brown, Oe?llit, 4 t^2 Br?? uie iiMMi attend* to diaeaeea of tha eye, aad j [tracti. ?a hia unn?oalty .aeeoearful treatment lor the eatae. P:i ICI ta at a dmian.o. by deicriliaK t heir r ws, ran reseivs KlTiit -i n uioiciae. which will be taut to lay part. CoainltaioBe att.nCal t? n emloaioj Artibeial eyea toe >al? Ail 1 ticn prepaid. Aa the iraaon chttiKti the ayatem rtfmlrea pvrifj ay, t.. ki it for t cannge of ktmorp' ere, in like maait> r a* it o e * a change of il.uiate. A mumine ibat cleaaae? ihen- uiann aad bowel*, puritlea the blood aad Crengtbeni ire at U )a mm. ia *hat la nioat needed. Ku?:ip'? Health Kfrtciativr ii t?ti ia the ni?at effectual remedy for Una |>?rp<Hv. and aa -n'h it i* recommended to the rtader. Qeaeral J>ep?? 3 lludaon atreet; alan fir lata at 1 JO Fultoa itroe:, and by moat drngfiats?50 tenia |w>r bottle. Blin'i 4 c m pound Cod LlTcr OH Candjr<? Coloa o. ! ? ? , ma fcc., arc thu pr filing complaint* i tfcia a?a?- " oi tb" year, and they *r? Ja?t the cntaplaikM which h old he attended to at oace, if a p^raoa wonldaroid M it r a vie im to ooaaemptioa, tue fi ll destroyer of ouv e IIlit y. Tt? m"Bt ilmple, and at the ?ma time, the i.o?i th'MO'CU* and plear&nt remedy fur then complaint* tl.ai ?e ia niiat's Compound Cod Liver Oil Caady. H e ' a?e nt^ir k' o*a a ca?e in wblo!i it baa hocn tried, that ia? H?t " jo kt' h led w-.th anec-iu. If ynu p-irolwae, raaJ>r, wet fo. I'laoV Candy, aud reoeirc no other. for *.*1* by k. H k t> ta, IfO Knltoa otreet; at the Aator ai.d Irving lli/0?e Lili;it'.rev, !h3and 110 Broadway. Vntklea, Tkn^kilowiiCH, i'linplw, Brapekoes mac all akin diaeaajn, are, it ia wen kuoirn, poeitively Bur-d by u .tin Conraad'i Italian Vodica'tid Soap, The l'"Mdre m h' ile eradicates hair from an> pari of tbe body. Li iB.d Ri.un > lor pale llpe aad obeeke. Ijly While for ragh. fl'iekud, alnxriab eemplekloa*. at (17 Walker atroet, fee* ?n r. I'mni Broadway. Callander, fc. uth Third *tr*?t, fhiladeif.Me. The Woitparell Hair I.natre, lai Case 1,751 at ba tair ? * ? call atieution to tbie newly oiaooTered ejm pu dlrrtLi irtpn tko la'r. invented by Mra. lirown, Stt rtr ome a'r ei. N. V Thia eltfant pivparatioa ia ju odorier"ua ireamy liquid end potent com pound. W? hare re-iao* ,o Millet c It ia en. . f ihe oi oi'- Tallin Me aad p #t?ut roatorailTtt L n wn of the i air to a beautilul ari l beaKbycord iou Itn ajr-ckole piopertica are une<|ua.lid. turtale.at '92 n o >ii. ttr.et; Mta. Uiya, Brovklya; and Pock Slip tary.n.v. Hair Dye.?Betthelor'e tiennlne Llqnld Qbn L>yt Tan i.my oe cuored at the laa-.uiastory, 4 Wall Itual. The tmiiin homo unard aaai n?t i?, lation i. Ceo icy varioka dlr iomaa 1'traoaa wboie hair l.ae aaa'.med a bad eoler from ho use of the imitation d>e>. can hare It ootreoted by v Mi us aa aho-'o. Copy the ad '..tie. Wlg? and I'oniHt a.-liaUbeior'a lievr atjrle f.r I 'it iw* u exiiii'ilioa at tna l ii.', sss all persona re.iu 'ii* one rbcac ceeful miiclea at: m14 ex;iioiae theia. and ac porf. oili.n la the Art of wlzoialitij. Ilifholoro eelebra-ed W ; Iat.ti.ry i? at 4 Wailetitet. Copy tbe addre?*. and eali and aeo hia mnnufnemres. jti %? * nt di jr. n il Hi i't 8i-^D4T, Oat. 20- 0 P. M. Dvrinj? the put wesk the stock mrvkot bm boen liiibly excited. and speculators have been la hlgb pirils. The ntual fluctuations of a rising market ih?? been experienced, md nothing hug transpired lalctilaltd to give holders of fancy stook* itoy approleGnicn ot an immediate reaction of an Important ibaraeter. The improvement whl?h lias taken plica n the pxtlUon aud prcpect* of mutt at our works xLuic'.eii *ilh tne internal coaimerjo of the couur>, ht?s fciven holders confidence In tholr productiveicrf aui iooi.ot d mat.y to ho'.d for tbe prospective liTidiLtlH aitd mike them indifferent to the ups ant) lowns in tbe market value ot the securities. Th? *!> d developement ol the resources of tbe country, , be gl eat increase lo the tran'porta Ion of proiuct* torn cue j Krt to another, and the augm nt<*tlnn ol ravtl. all ttud to add to the value ot the various i.ocks an iDve?tm?nt*. and change their eharaster. Itoeka, which bare, for year*, b?en torraud fan,i?*. ate rxpidiy beaomlog dividend paying seeuand if tbe prosperity of the country at rge routinutM uninterrupted for a eerie* of years, Lere l? hardly a puhllo mon but that will pay some "rt of a oiviJen.i upon the amount invested in its onitiaetioR ilaiiroad* are increasing rapidly la he Wt stern Hiates, and their construction U coa>rriiig heii'file upon tbe sections thvough whicb In y pass, liint will indirectly, U they do not <11ectiy, g ve thwse inwrsited sniisfactary return* lor be expeuciture. Kailroads and canals In the old* *t Settled section* <f tbe eountry, which hare been lonstiucttd tit an immrnre cost, nimt ultimately ilh tbe iaipioveinent* experience will surest, ani lecei-sity enforce, become productive and proflUile to (lute * ho are shrewd enough to purchase at LKrtat Utprtoialion In our opinion, the time ha* ton* by skin the stock of those works which are larorabiy located, and the prospective earning* of I birh are likeiv to be verv ur at. ca.u be eurchisec it price* much b? low their latriiuio ralna ; an. hot a ?ho Uir aacurod th?m tt i depreciation ir? by iio Ui-*r? aoiloua 11 pnrl ?ifh th?m. area 1 it a bnui.'?i'Ui? re on pricra paid. Thl* aciouuik. il k uii i' ur*. lur tk< Urmunu anil *taadlne?a >i .b? luafkat. ? d Ui? a> >Urr*t? fluctuation* inprioc*, 'cu'|'?r<d wt'h tho-e In praviou* tpccnlntlra noraD*Btn. T( iffle?lr|?i encountered by moat of oui Drnri oraltd coiupan** In tha earlier ata^a* of their *ihOi. *. li e Huanr.nl tmbuiuiiuraU mo?t of than* xterunctd during tba e?n*truction of lha work*, fidni to dotruy public cuoBdanoa In tham. anl prolueed a >-at *ud rapid d"prectation In tha raloa ot ha inveelmetta. Impaired eradlt, extravagant !"njitur*; of capital, lalre aitltnatea of cost, roguery I n d ra-rallty In tba administration of tha comj anj * ttair*. and a tfr> at many othi r cajata, produced tha >ai krupt?y many ba?? aaperlenead. and compelled ba mat ii^curot to re?ort to all kind* of rrfor lief which, lualrad <>f rellatiug. only pltingad tham llll dr?p< i lut'i tha difficulty. For yanra p?at we h??? *?n olillgi'd to renoid innumerable dUaatara of tbla Jlid I'lit many o( tba eumpanid referred to ha?* cjith'tr t'.irl. Kt <iaya; they hate eitrloatod tbam . l?e? Irtim tlia {.a maial m'arraxm-iiti with whictk hr-j aria ?urr Ub-t> I *ud bare p'.a-ej ihnl/ affair* la j,...j(,tJj, ( f ultimately laad to perin.in'-nt ad urtm-ut, upon a fc*?i* ?*ti*lactorj to tha *lo?kholdar? t?I all parti** e<i?*r?.?4 do long aa nothing tran.< lite calculated to derange thiaatnte id thing*, aolonff nnr woik? rt liter<>al improvement generally are itadlly Inori tuirg In proda~tiT?nef? ao long aa thay re judlrlourly iu*u?gf d. at d the rereooa applied to r< per pu/po?e?, ao long aa lair dividenda up n t ie rvMBt market TailM ol lha rarlon* *to?ka are paid or ia In pro?p?ct, ?o 1<h g will holdar* l>a initiffetaat I.. I.: ? -1 : "3 I'.Kg will apeouUtiou continue f greater or Inn extant. Tho iaiitll?nila i|uolatlona lor tha principal ?paulative atocka in thia mnrkat during tfte pa?t week, i%?? tx ?-n ?- (iin?i>il. 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