Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 10, 1851, Page 6

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 10, 1851 Page 6
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3N'E\V YORK HERALD. JAI1I OORDOl IIIIITT, PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. ?rriCB W W. COR.MR or FULTOS AND mass aTSTS THE DAILY HEtUiLD.i etnf per copy- ptr W f. f. K H HERJILD, every Saturday, at 0^ *??*? r** ' TV or Ul>er trniun; the Ear opt an Edition Ra?tr aufiHin to any v*rt of Great britain. and tilt any *5 'V. Cn-t*ntHi. folk (? tru(ti <* f pa. tat*. I Oll'NT.illi CORRESPOXUEXCE. conta.ei.ns ?omfortai.t new, tolicitri from anb (juarter of Mr tcrrld; t/i nrrf, If liberally paid /or 0r? fotuM Uoti? r?a>L>UIT* ill rAKTlCV't.ABi.T KKlVHTU TO UiL ALL IJTTIM A?j> I'tcmiiu IKKT TO t'l ?ALL LETTERS try mat 1, for .SuiirrtpfiotM. or with Adrrrti semen' ?, to he post raid, or tftt pottage will 6 e de Imctod from the money remitted. WO XOTK'E taken of anvnymoai commuruc atiom. We do not return ttioee rejected JDVERTISEMEXTS renewd ecery morning. Jot I PR IS Tlx Q executed wtf.l nciillWII, ckeapneil, ?m4 dtxpatcn WBmmu xvi bu.w. AM l. SEMEN TS THIS ITIMMQ. ASTOR OPERA HOCSE? Two r*iKVD?? Lsi Panics KVIKT THEATRE, Bowery? Ocbas or Lira? PiAATs mm ran Ulcs. ?WMDWAT THEATRE, Broadway? Bctst Eakca? ???< * c r thi Sri?. NJBLC8 CARCEN. Bruadway? E^cutii a* am ?CBTOK'S THEATRE. Chamber* (tract ? Lots in A |in- School ?o? Ti&arr. HATTONAL THEATRE. Chatham itr??t? Harry Bvm.f All i hat l/Limm is Not Gold. BBCCCHAM S LTCim, Broadway-Snaw or Aia Tictft.M Du momd? Etoji Bov. CHRJSTYS MINSTRELS. Mochas-ioa' Hall. 471 Broad BTMlOriA.N Mimitkuv. F1LLOWS* MINSTRELS, rtlJewi' Musical Hall, *** BMAdway? Ltiiioham Minriiiiv. HORN Jl WHITE'S Ol'ERA TROI TB. Cclneum. A'O ?ewdieuy? Ethiopian M'nnm ?r. AMERICAN Ml'SECM? Aai'lu* fiircaaA5(tl Ar ?WHi) ani Evax.NO. HEW TORR AMPHITHEATRE. 37 Bowery? EqrcrraiAa PftA IVfeK A > C I 9. Washington hall? famiava or the rnca^i fawta w. BaTTLER 'S COSMORAMA, terser ?< Thirutau. atreet Art' BraAdwsy. M-'NERVA ROOMS? Pa?o!< ah a o? Irelanb. lit I I C HAPEL? CO.NC iIT ev I*l iLUGHAMUM BTOPPANI HALI Panorama or DOUBLE SHEET York, Thursday, April 10, 1831. Xtws from Caropr. Ttr stCii t -*V. j Washington, Captain Floyd, from f-cuHi-ii.; tvii, with advices to the 2tilh ult., a:ul the Africa, C'r.jtaia I!yrie, fc ia Liverpool, with ??jws to thi 2"tb. arc due to-day at this port. *?mimai?y of the I.nt?-*t InltlllftntCi We learn by iclcgruph that the United >tatei CemmiMivric , in 1'oston. will give a de-i-ion in the mm ?f Ijic fugitive slave ^imui.-, to-uoito* mom Mg There is no doubt that the fugitive will be given up to the claimant of the owner. Tho .iboli tiMi U set-in determined to bu-y themselves in the jfieui t'.uif . in eadeavoring to ob-truet the execution #fth< aw; but we ft i If -lire thut thev will b" foiled, ,*<1 tLat the extradition of the fagitivc will be ertle.-cd bj the < Hmmii! -doner, and eff ctcd. They fciltl . meet ing at Plymouth, cuT?e?Uy eveiing, at ?wh. on. v.-ry infiuwinaiorj ipecch -weromade. The t f * >: - u." Elizui- W light invited the people to aeeembie ec Friday, at nine o'clot k, in Button ? to wl.fh me t :.c lib- lition < ? >i.\ iiti< i wag adjoa.*ncd ? Ancicu with ir.i -k' t- and 1 ..11 cartridge.*, and plant ?tfnu >*? vet oo the "'WUMlary of their right*. Apro ?ltoiaii": ha- Hkewi'w been i-^ned from the office ri alt/i :ien newspaper in Boston, urging upon the pe< pie throughout the wh'-'.e commonwealth to meet by hoinaucL- 011 Friday inc. ning, to witness the tk very <f Simms ? "the hut -.1 i 'ne "f the M. u ? disgrace,'' at they term it. It is v. ry likely ifc.> thif la?t manoeuvre of the ab<>Ut ni>a? wi!" end m 10', all iihtr- have. The authoritiei of Bva;on, however, owe it to thenseh 1 s and to the ?epotuii?n of their eity and State, to he | ] ared ?rr toy erc? rg' uej, may ari-e. and to promptly yni.eb ucy pi r?cn, white or biuek, who may at ;euipt tore <t th' execution of the law or the return of Mann- W b..\e no 'loubt they will take every yre<*i.ticn to uphold the law, knowing, a- ;h y aia*'. that auy oinmL-*lon on tbi ir par: wouM be eager'y *ak? n advantage of by the abolition gknw' " * lt*?mp that the Senate <f Mj**achu#ctM have ?j j < luted u committee to in^uir whetlnr the fi'/e ?Mh> ?t any inhabitant of the >tate i- in danger Th* waa dune to eoweejueaet of th- tailare or re ft.*., < f tho 'heriffol' Ke??t-ni t ?erve a writ <?;* re plrrio 1 r . 1 a. rrant on Hhami, for a-aulting with infext t'. hill the oflker who am ?* 1 blin ?rr\ e ?<>uld bring the Mate sad federal ..a:h?> n|k? ? '.li-i- r ? t' if Jiaige Nelinn't view f tLe Fugitive la?? are i?rr"-t. the 1 niutd ^Ut<- 1. ffi' - r having the fugitive lu cttrtodjP, i< heacKi to k> < p biui, and t? rt-< .t to all | >wer at h.* <-x mn ani f?.r the purpose. The abolition fa Mm w ild, i.o doubt, gl< i*j in ? n;h a eoliiawnj hut t i" to l- b?i]^dth? y will be d.-apjn. nt- d. ChJj aihwdav- remaui cf th - | recent - don of the Ltgi'lat i'ie; and uul< ? th'* member* be 11. ia - trie ,-, t U? > a .11 in : l? able t?> the b i?in- ?* b - lore tie m. In tie N-neie, ye-tvrday. M Beek ?n n, < f tii" ify, introdn ? d 11 ???! 9( r>-<ol"iti< ?r? i> -..I g af ii> > 1 ?' | aria* 1 by Air. Wel.ster m htir.gT.g ab. 1 : th | a- af.* >>f ti.' ' mpromi*. r*# i tl i Iii . - - oti of ' ngri . ? i d ai-o j??me,r.)t t .<? i. r Hunt ti. eii.-od t" him in m TiU;K>tl to .. id ? tf.. I.i;' -iatill li' '? r u l y H ).i..eut. I'udti the mil . the re-ulete , 1. ( In ??. rfor or ? day. When tb< y a^mn me u, wehuvi a aoabt then will f.' '.^id. ..M ? \ .ti u. I wriggling in rrlhretiei n. iImjo. Id I he A --embly. Jlr TI|bmpxon ealUd up tin r? ndutmn ?i he ir.tri ? '.i 1 d >u.. t lie -.m 1 , ? ii'l'ir-ing t;.. it.K m*?-"nrM;. Old l Oinpliwentiug tb : ta'. m , 11 > eaiit 1 d 'iU d then il>fiu< III . r>.i nr. tie 1 . ;? The opf*' ie nt? nf davery ?.?imtim . in b?. . i- , ae? bi dtiermii eii t" in-.-t uj??n rnr ying th?>ir |- n.t if th. v ? an. or. at all event +,<4 drawing a ii-t'.t vim! plutii linel?e*?in it thr friea ?? <?f th. ndo iin 'rn tion at Wiwhinr'nri? the oj^^inen|< nf furiii *ag: ?mtion of the *la^ ? 1 v ?,t t:'Mi? anil it< > in-taM tin a#>oltl?ur :ib'l .4 ! 1 - ? ?li g M'? nt} ? ' 1". an fun if) Albany I 1 f'.ri th? .. 'jour-hue v if the I# ? . liuurr Py all mean*, let th- public knuw tba nu > * her ?f bla? k hi < p in that b?iiy, ii,j( Ue j may tnark them f?'r fiitun <?ar rfifd? r? w; II be glad t ben, thi t the in lit .4 hdl, aboii hir f tiaining, w..- | .? * \ j ? ? i.!?y by ?Im- A ' tipUy ?' ball. lb' pr|.... h.e 1 lyi n. ? ? ??g?Derjil 1 rain:r.g wbn b lm . iln iv In 1 n locked fo|*ard tn with mi Dill' !i dread bj ir ?? aen*. k I. n< w 1 ? . Ie ii t hat t?? Whig? have ?Ue, . 1.1 in tloetu'g a h . .H'ifty <d tin mewbera ofth in lure ?.? ? ou?" ticut lb en?are? the r> '..rn u "hi^ ' luted )jt it .N'.i ti 'ii th^* ^tato. Hai> ?f PgW9 y *1. BakiH'ii,uhi.?''- ' in in 11. ?An aifeflepi <vu >iiih I. en ImnUy U?t, te - II the fiewi ?f fiartl -'biir- w'< ' hureh Min tion : but ue ??i y J<n.: Weri d p?. ed of ?t ? premium, t li<; #ali ?a< ?h^.?oi inii.'il. Wow if th>? T Wlin i? the ?i>n.-i^r ' J?b* not f?>n?i ? re 4 a afe 1 unduetor, or ta Ui? ran otrhiered a gi ml tiie by dink to rcaeh hcavm ! Tbe taith ?e belii ie, that "H Bar tfc. 'oiii. m ? i- aat a IWabioraHIt eharfh, and, th' t-e f one, in 1*1 lafcmi a US be p.. J fv the pew<. Tai^ we think ia tie *??t of tl>ein?M?r "Mir fa-h lonable pcoj le fto? k loch*. ha< the? 4tfo tbe opera, , laa^uadaaadeiiUrftBf. Jr'li ITj-ngTn 4lanaMi ' !? appear bachuri'b thn|(/i>#r r< rt. .t tr, by the Irkittrtf^' FiaaiTveaa f?i > i* ? Hark falrMwint *t Pi \ 1 1 pi;* toticbe4 at Turk* Maixi m th- ? <>tb u - , ao^re- I Jiat K <ail 0* .41 b> ' 11 r. < .nt ? t | he. firm |hfi | Nine MUltona More Debt? THc CmiUMIIwi In Du|c r ? KalliWii vi. CanaU ??liyr laut UgliUlWn In Albany. According to all appearance-*, u strong effort will be in ?? do to forte the bill creating a debt of nine millions of dollars, for completing the enlarge ment of the canals of this State, through the Senate, the measure having already passed the Assembly. I It is to be hoped there are friends enough of the constitution in this body, to defeat the lat'umou 1 scheme, and to r*buku this glaring and daring at tempt to set at naught the orgauic law of the i State Nothing that has transpired sincc the commence ment of the session proves more conclusively the ignorance, imbecility, und want of practical corn mon sense and sagacity in the present Legislature, than this Canal bill. It proposes, in violation of the constitution, to create a debt of nine millions of dollars, for the completion of the canal", at a time when experience has shown that, for the pur i poces of freight anil travel, railroads are infinitely I superior. Wc have now in operation a lino of railroads from Albany to Buffalo direct, and, in a >hort time, the Hudson River Railroad will be finished. This will give us a complete and j continuous line to buffalo. The New York and I Eric Railroad, through another part of the Ntatc, will be soon completed, and then wc shall ' have another continuous line from the city of New York to another poiut on Luke Erie, Dun kirk. Here, then, we are to have, iu a very short j time, two direct railroad lines from New York to ; Lake Erie. Now, if these two lines had a double track throughout their whole extent, they would ! be capable of carrying all the freight and passen gers that might offer, at a cheaper and more expe I ditiou- rate than could be done on any canal. In consequence of the superiority of railroads for the purples of trade and commerce, canals arc getting i.ut of fashion everywhere. Old Englaud and New England arc botu covered by railroads, which add greatly to the wealth of each. The same result would be witnessed in this State. What would B< -ton be without the numerous railroads which centre in it ! She would be isolated, comparatively ?peakli g, and her foreign commerce would not be half as extensive as it is. Look at the present p-*. sition of Dunkirk, on Lake Erie, the termtuus of tb' Erie Kailroad. It is a small, objure village! but before ten year*, it will have a population of fifty cr seventy five-thousand people. The railroad will it, u- railroads have made other places. Again, a sv-t .ui of railroads in this State, similar to that iu New England, would attract a great proportion of the trade an<l traffic which in'w finds its way down the Missis.-i] pi, and < f course add proportionally to the prospt rity of not only the city of New York, but the whole Sti.te. As it is, we have drawn a good . deal of that trade through our State; but a great deul more might be done by judicious leg's". ition. t In fact, if we had men in the Legislature who knew what they were about, who under-tood the interests oftLi.- ^ate, and the importance "f the increasing trade of the West and Northwest, the State of New York i. aid be made tlie great highway of the foreign and domestic ci'mmcrec of half the Euion, by t L< establishment of a -y-Um of railroads under the direction of the Stale. Instead, therefore, of expending nine millions of dollar- in enlarging th. eauaDof this State, it would be better to take that *umi add to ir, and purchase tit line- of iailroad wt have mentioned, make double trails throughout their whole length, and let the canal t ike e. rc of itself, or b{ d spo-ed of. But the E?gi-la:ur<- iu Albany have not the sagacity to per e-.ivc this. Their ideas do not range above intro ducing a bill for the purjxjse of bla;k mail "ii the gambler- of New York. Only look at and ' examine thtir conduct in Albany. When the infumou ' canal bill waJ received in the Senate on Saturday, alter having been ruu through the liousc, we see by the report of the proceeding* that Mr. Manu desired tLat the bill might be re ferred to three standing committees, each to rc ja>it? the oue, the Judiciary, upon its constitution ality : anither, the Bank. up<?n it< banking ami financial feature-; und th.. third, tU>: < anal I'oui inittee. This motion w.n opposed, on the ground that the propo-itmn was a -"pi ? ic s of di.-scction which wa- unusual in the reference of bill*. A vote ( was taken by nyi? and noes, and the motion carried by n majority of two? 'Mr. Bee k turn i and Mr. -Mor gan voting with .Mr. Mann and his loco friends. The n ult '<f that \otc produced the most profound con't. mat ' ii : for the whigs discovered they had ! been caught by the -Agas ity of Mr. Mann, as, by siu h a relet i*c, t lie bill might probably be lost, and tht ir pro- pec! of -pc tiding ten millions among their I a.ti/ans during the c? tnin/ year, would lie ctl'c-tually blasted. Mr. Babcoek, it appears, instantly sprang to his feet ; and from a report of his remarks n< ? tn : re i", it scerosadministereda severe ea<tigar i tu n to the two whig Senators who had a?i sted in f.p-dn id; the ri suit of the vote just tak- .?. He pronoukccd the reference unprecedented, and < al e-ul?tcU to .1. f, at that im[?ortant mea.-ure. 1 1 in *ar ? a-in ??s r.nd< ubtedly intended to apply to Mr. , Morgan; and it hu>l tho desired effect; for the uodii nt Mr 1'abcoek concluded, Mr. Morgan went .ipon th< stool of n'|s'iitam >'. rose, and apologised for Uji volt hi ha<l ju-t given, and w. willing to ictrne* hi.- -t? p<, a< the only objei t he" h.m in vot , ing mi tb< nle n Mr. Mann wn" to obtain an opii ion a > to th< constitutionality of the bill. II ', h< Wi \i i , took tW buck track, manifested his "iii c ?? r< | ? uti a nd tnoved a rieoii.'.leratinn of the vnt?. which wa- carried. The hill wa< then re ferre'l to the Lonimiltce on ( 'an tl-, where the vio la'bi-ofth i n<titu: wanted it, with a -i in pic request that the Judiciary fontmiHcs give an opitnou i : | < n it- constitutional fcaturi ", which . sine. in " to nothing at all ? because, first, Mr. |..i|.,,'k will not make any ri|*<>rt; and Mr. v' h<MiiiHiaker, .1 hi -ays anything at all, will merely copy the tst. uiciit ma<l? ?on? time since and be for? tin- bill saw tin light of !? gislatiou; and Mr. , Mann will pr> -< nt an opinion aguiu-t it- cu'titu Inutility. So, i; vv ll bf perceived, the opinions will j -o . -Miiiirllv contl "t, being party opinion", that th< will but have the lea l bearing Upon the (jiKs I tW>n "f iij. |?ssage. Mthisijli Mt*-r' P> < kmtn uixl Morgan, in the bi-t ii 'tuner , Voted * ith the I os, in making a reti re ne? of their ehofc there is no -inuM of the < f the ijue?ta.n tlwy will ultimately take. They wiIIjiiimh mourn ? ni larto that adopted by 1'hl" is k, when tin jM.lit i< al ( "anal Sup. i iut- ndvlits' hill fift eaine from th< Ilou*C. He aro?e and very 'l< tnurely ?t ited that there were ?om provision* in the bill w| ueh did not e*in tly accord with his views, I I ? .m-e it an- tak ng from the < anal ' 'oinmissioner* a jk.w. . which th>'v had a I wav? e.xcrei-c I Well, th? gentleman Wi-nme, without much perstwsioti, ? a- ly i 'tivi i ted to the bill, and voied lor it, with a '.(flit 'inent, which did not. how. \ r, relieve it fi "?i? ji?i| tjcal objection*. f*o with Heekman au<l Morjtit ? tie Ii ' ih'iilitcd the eon-titutionality of the < iit.kl lull. I ?i|* it being a party iii"a?uic, tltry I ?ill undoMbt'-oly k n' it their earnest -upport, j noirn* i ri/i-ti ? . As this hill ha* b ii r.'f.'rrf'l to the 'n lu iary ^ (ifflllttUt ? I T itfi ' ??*?!, W ft (M rtfllitV that they la- 1 'In r '. ? ? upon th ninth *i'>!tion, ( article Jevenlh >f t )t> *t ii# i in titnti ,n, wlneh ?lc elare* that "Iheeicdit of the State shall not, in , Mi' Hiiiiner. In- gin mi i-i. i I t ? i, nr in .. i I of. any individual ??"?oclatiwn or eorpoi *ti?uj.M Now. then r ?n> provision in th;i? bill whi h f?>r ' mil- th' ii - ? nl e ? 1 1 1 Jii m t? i?'Ucd, i a b inking ba-is, liirt etly aiding "inditidual *--'?(iiti?u* or eorc>raliotis" in ilie e?talili?hun nt of what .ire . e i lied banks, nnd allowing tin in, by umiis of such > "a>d." to Cood the Mate with evid' U i* of th ft eettifioatcs. |>ne not this provision uf the ?'?usti- ; intion i onflh t directly with the wctioa of the f anal ! ? 11 i'ii ii' i,g tl.i' -pe i-is ' of banking basi- T Jlnio-t ' ss'tmlly "*id?" such "M?n*iations.'' Will -one ' i * ef the committee tako the trouble to taku this ? fy; I i' 'i Into e rali ia ' Wc look uumi this bill M 10 full of iniquity, so preposterous, and abso lutely infamous, that we oousider any Wgal rnove luent perfectly justifiable which will kill it in the Senate. We will suggest two methods, ons of which, we apprehend, wtl defeat the passage of the bill, and the other arrest the operation of it, should it be paired: ? 1st. There id a provision in the constitu tion, which declare* that on the final parage of every uct which makes uny appropriation of public money or pro|>erty, three-fifths of all the members elected shall be present to form a quorum Now, in order to prevent the contamination of the infa mous uct, the Senators who arc opposed to it, on finding that the seventeen intend voting in solid column, sheuld immediately resign their seats, and prevent the attendance of three-fifths. By doing so, they would not only receive the congratulation!! of the entire State ? except the line of the Eric canal ?and prevent the creation of this additional nine million debt. Socoud, should the bill be run through, the Attorney General of the State ought, without the least possible delay, to take measures to test its constitutionality by a resort to the highest judicial tribnnals. Schoonmakcr's vote should also be tested, and a decision obtained whether or not a bill of -uch immense importance to the whole peo ple of this State, shall be legalized by the vote of a man who was, ou the Ith day of March last, declared elected a Senator of this Slate by u majority *>f the Senate, when both the constitution of the United States and of this State, plainly and unequivocally declare that he is a member of Congress. We have no objection to increasing the State debt if we were sure the interests of the State would be promoted by it; but we would like to see it done constitutionally, and not in defiance of the will of the people, expressed through their organic law. ( And if those interests can be better promoted by purchasing the Erie Railroad, and the several lines between New York and Buffalo, than by expending i nine millions of dollars in completing the canals, we would be in fuvor of creating a State debt for the purpose, equal to twenty millions or more. Commencement of Spring Travel ? Fashiona ble Arrivals from < Vba. ? The last fleet of steam ship from Havana, and other Southern ports, bronglit to this metropolis a vast number of dis tinguished arrivals, of all kinds? political, fashiona ble, tcientifk, &c. Among them arc m^ny persons i returning from < 'alifornia, coining back to their old j haunts in the Northern and Central States, with their pockets full of rock", and their heads filled with fresh ideas. Others are from South America, ! others i'rom the Isthmus, others from the Gulf of | Mexico, and others from the fairy land of Cuba. Of these arrivals, we notice, particularly, several geutlemen of great social di-tinction, from the beau I tit'ul island of < 'uba, w hose names and popular cha racter ha\e preceded thiiu to this part of tho World, j Among these we notice the whole family of the Liiigos, a highly diiduguished and wealthy family of Hat ana, whoa* great e-tatcs and enterprising character are well known both there and here. Of the arrivals by the same .-teaiuship, wc also notice the young Count de Penalver, Nicholas, Ohc son of the well known and poj ular Conde de Penalver, i who surpa-ses all others in that wealthy island, in the magnificence of his toner .?, the splendor of his concerts, and his geneiul popularity with all who I have visited that gonial clime. The young Couut j is, we believe, the oldest son, and heir of his family, which is one of the wealthiest in the island of ( uba , and he is uow on his way on an important . \ isit to the World's Fair, in London, and to Europe generally, including probably the Court of Madrid, lie is a very accomplished young man, and was tin soul and spirit of the splendid entertainments given by hi- distinguished father during the fashion able season in Havana, hist winter. It will not be forgotten by the friends of that truly great and patriotic statesman, Henry < lay? and his friend- are the whole community, and the whole nution ? it will not be forgotten by them, that im mediately on his arrival in Havana, the Conde de i'enalver hastened to pay his respects to that I great statesman, by inviting hiiu to attend the laM entertainment whieh he g;tve during the recent seu?on, it being a splendid concert, at which some new Spanish beauties displaced the highest -kill and ti<tc in vocal music. These late arrivals fioni Havana are, we believe, only the fir-t instalment 01 a number of v letters wiho I intend to -|*nd the ensuing surnui- r in this and the neighboring Stats;*. The wealthy people > f Havana and Niw York arc mutually In ginning to make iiu|>ortaiit discov? ries in each other's re gion". A summer -pent in the North, visiting our watering places, the >ea shore, the White Mountains, the Falls of Niagara, and oilier plao -? of intere-t, is uot more delightful to a son or a daughti r of the >outh, than it t- for one of the North to spend the winter iu the city and country uround Havana, with its delightful and luxurious climate, surrounded by all the perfumes of the tropic, and made happy by the hospitality of - uch distinguished j-eopk' *? tht present jtopular Captain -General, ami u circle of society composed of -uchaccomplished and intelligent men as the De I'cnahers, the Fernandinis, the IHagoe, und others w|i?>iu we might name. Tti IVl ? am. i mi i in: Ki i m Rum k -Tiik I.XHII** AMI II* t?t!IO > vf. Rutin M mi..? The Chin irr a ml Enqutrrr ami the Ex/hi 1 itr< nt lo#i(< r hi uiN. Tb? former Imving cbargi<l the lu(t< r with agitating ?ii the slavery <ju< it ion, uyiiin?t the inte n -i- of th< coniini reial community, the laMnr retali ate-, and ir -ii>t? upon it that tin Cofftti and Kn/utrcr i? doottd to abolitioni'iii. To tlii- wrtNl charge Mr. Webb rc|i|it.?; and the ? pithvt - knave foul, and otkr iut< in]* rate expletive, arc u-id hy him in a ni'-t provoking way: which. of court**, are iiiii bark k}[ tin with allii-ion* to "ehn* ratter," and th? like ? the whole warfxn h< fraying ii vi i t ?it.gnlni imc of amimu.itiuii, ? ucely credit ublc to tin artilKiyof a r< -|*,<lnl.|. pre**. The Ct i nt?, . <ni the aon point, m vm ? T" 1 1 ii?i ii with ? I - I it i< >ti ir mi In ???iit? i lit <.f t.b< way Kftmi *kni we air not known, might r tin- |>ur i>nl? |>K>T' tlx- wrltir h knave; lint to make and | oMirh llii' clianrr to thi* roinianiiity. ?h< re, for t?>wtt-f"ur pur*, wr have hera <uily i.iiitlin it) "!iii< nifio unit in I- lull of tlir ro?a?t It nl tonal right* i f tin >oulti ? in n ' "inuiiinlty which ha? iilwm? <|< , mot ii i llm-N Hl Ik rn upon llii# until thi F.iprrt* i. nil ./<?<>.?/ </ ('MMwrn ItM ?town |h< mini, thit ao IkmIi ran In h III' 1*4 of the 9ontb "ho wiU nol (icnoiinrr anil ?laruli r th< .North ? i- to |?ri?Uiin one ? If ifmlM w? H it r a knave No* i Kir inu/t b< ill ? iiuil \rry rcn?n*kabU lan fr 1 1 r? fr ? for the < 'nwr uriitiH Emimrrr, though not M lull of meaning ?? a sentence hnnd in the lading clitotial of Monday ia.?t, which run* a* fnllowi? " Wt arc c ntitlcd to no credit for advocating the ? iiforci ineiit of th< (Fugitive ^lave) Inw, heeau?e wc ha*e *Iway? believed In it* con-tit ul inutility ii ml expediency." Many, donhtW", will long think thut tbi j??|K'r i4 "entitled to no credit," but till ninny will be refre?hi-d, and have h?|w-, ft mn the Avowal tow di'tiirf'tly made, thut the law i? "coin -titutioi a) untl e*j*-dient." I"hcr? i- ->inetbing mn nly mid above board in tile a ion .1, and none of thut neikiiig, undignified. and ??'fi-!i Man i r whiihcharaetcriiu't th? toatet i th? Cqrrn ? fie<|'iently, in ?itirlflT ini"tani?^ of revision .( ?p j h i The trouble !i the f ??' > r ml / i will be to ?!iti*l> |-Iair1, e ruinoii ?vti*e in' i. w . | not ? H?ilv tbldud bv wofdi", that to *?? -? . i md and hie faction, i? D"t the rtro i*e-t ,r re |-tc?*ion that (?ti be marie a^alu?t the "w? ' tiotialiiy n?4 HJu'dieiHy" (4 the i ufiti | liw If th< C'lfrvY Mnf Knqvtrrf will not b ' ,n- I i d fr> iii it1 j>ro^ -- i"'.i I'y the junior edito , who i< ?ii voUd h< ad. hecle, and brain-, to ,N I U , '",it may taki tl?< hif h, pntriftie co?oe ? hie)' it ! i i ?ii?iitill\ <4H? it. It -honkl not, h"W. > r, f ml d?> ii day, npfi tir like the cork flout on n fl?hinf | line, rstht ii|>, wl? n there i* a gnod bii.i, or wri(C{'lm % ?t ' eery nibble, or when notlii.i_- 1 ?. , I tlie imit, r||i'i 'n-ttl on it.< -ide. It rhottM ' i form, In ?ii? w nnother. If tic jntiior , ; , l? I', hi nt ttil fd th? line aiai tht tiuur tltt?. ?i > ' the other, heaven only knowi where the float may he, antler water, or above it. It seem*, at present, in rpite of protestation.*, that the Cuui irr and Enquirer believes in the political theory of Seward, Weed k. Co., which gives so niueh hope to the anti-slavery politicians. As a political theory it is very good, but not us a theo ry that can be carried into practical effect. It may show pretty conclusively that the electoral vote of ' the Northern and Western States and territories will be favorable to the anti-slavery men's ambition; but when the probability of their sucoese is establish- i ed, the Southern States will combine in an action | so sudden and so full of disaster, tliat the reaction at the North will not only sweep away the anti- : slavery sentiment, but the anti-sluvery party with it. The patriotism of the whole country will be the j "sober sccoud thought" ? or, a-s Horace Mann j would call it, by way of u sneer, the "cotton power," will bring the country through the difficulty, at the same time that Weed, Seward, Greoley & Co. will be swept into political oblivion. If such is not the phi losophical result ofa forced political seutiment, then history has been written in vain. That Mr. Webb 1 will have thu sagacity to hold to his "principles" therefore, and to cut adrift from his "men," in ac tion, as well ae in words, wo do not doubt. At any rate, we think much more favorably of the upright, j straight forward course which he seems an\ious to j pursue, than of that drivelling policy which fawns ; and flutters, and draws blood, so constantly main tained by the Exjhh*. The Courier and Enquirer , say of the proprietors of the journal which thus works its way before the public, that "they not only claim a circulation at the South for their pretended friendship, but they modestly insist that every mer cliinit doing business with the South shall advertise , 11 their columns, at the hazard of being denounced ns woolly heads, and enemies of Southern rights." ! We do not know on what facts the Courier bases its j statement, but the charge is a very serious one, be- \ cause it raises a suspicion of insincerity, that exhi bits a portion of the city press in a lamentable | light. So far as our observation extends, the course of the Exprcf* has been as distinctly marked for its de\ otion to the designs of.the Seward party, as has been the Courier and Enquirer. It ha- been steady in ite udhcrence to the interests of Weed and So i ward, for ?t did its utmost to secure the election of ! Hunt, fir Governor, and of Hamilton Fish, for j Senator. All its pretended patriotism for the Uuion | movement has been the merest 'ham; and, as wc believe, made only for the purpose of diverting the capital and influence of the I'uion Committee to its own ?elCsh purposes. Had the Union Committee | not been cajoled out of its proper sphere ot' public

: sci vice by the intrigues of the Express, exerted with the single view o? propping and sustaining that sinking concern, we could have calculated on some practical and substantial goed for the move ment, which originated in patriotism, and in a j turning desire to rescue the country from the hands of political theorists and fanatics. Does any one doubt that the Express has suc ceeded in blinding the eyes of the Union Committee, and in gaining their assistance in favor of that , sinking journal, let him read the following letter, issued from that establishment N?:w York 1)aii.v E\frm? OrricK. I Cor. Willi and Nassau street*. March 14. 1R">1. / Gentlemen: ? Having received your nnm< * and entered tliuu upon our books ns subscribers and yearly adver tiser* in the. New York Krpreit. we are n?>w realty to re ceive your a<tv?rti.-. ments. an<i should !>e much obliged it you u ill frnd them t" the (?Mice at your earliest con I venieucc. Very respectfully your oh?*]|eut servants. J. te E BltOOKS. Well may tVe intelligent merchant who has transmitted this letter to us for inspection, be indig nant at this mode of doing business. He says: ? i This is the w*y to get yearly advi rtUement?. The ' party to whom this wu* sent never authorized his nam * or that of hi* firm Jet lie wa.- called ou to go iu or be railed woolly head. If this kind of business ? this original style of | bluck mail ? constitutes the means of eking out the existence of a "respectable Wall street journal," then, we think the community have reasou to sup" port fewer "respectable" papers, and to derive their I nc*s from independent journals which do not seek j advertiser^ and which have no oe ration to misrepre- i sent, fawn, flatter, solicit, threaten, or attack, and which only expose where the public good de mand- it. Tiif. Administration ok the Criminal L\w, and Official ItfntBrMENfK.? We published, yes terday morniug, the report of the trial mid verdict of the jury, in a suit for damage* claimed for injuries received, by the plaintiff, for a groaa assault by the defendants. The amount of seven thousand dollars may at fir-t glurce seem exorbitant; but not so when the fact* id the case are properly oooaidercd. It i- generally conceded that & man i- secure in the rights of his own house, and an invasion, by con spiracy, or otherwise, should be visited by the ei trcmeat penalty of the law, a: has been done in this else. A cause of insult u alleged, and forthwith the parties aggrieved, instead of seeking redress by due course of law, take the matter in hand, and with i.pi>urunt impunity, outrage the laws which aresui> posed to be u shield to the personal safety of every citizen. Fur <?H yi ars past, that specie* of crime denominated assault and battery, ha- been alm?-t totally disregarded ,by the ofieer* of the law, or if \ isited with u ju't punishment, the ends for which the laws Were cum ted have been rendered of no effect by executive Interfere nee. So generally ItiM the puiiist incut of this crime been neglected throughout tin w hole country tliut the violator of the law now fears no daRger when prompted by malice or ill-founded cause, to strike his fellow to the ' earth, to the danger of his life or tin- rupture of th< peace and i|tiet of society. Throughout many portion- of the country even Barter i? allow < d, by -imply holding the oflendt r to bail, with out the ino?t runote idea of bringing him to punisliiuenl . I'ersotis of the nrist abandoned and Kekk -- elm meter are thus turned at large upon the community; or if CWvMi d of the most flagrant ontrugca, tbe |>ow< r ot an executive officer "tand* between < riuic and justice, and thcl.itti r U awilc?d to the |?'litiutl ambition of one who wit* cWan, in good tuith, to see that the law- ars properly en forced. In the ca-c to which we hare above allud ed, the criminal law wa- no security, and a civ il proew Ih-hiiu neeiMary te that redrc* doe the ]*rty "fl. ndcl. f?uch a neglect of duty on the pnit oftbo?o to whom the administration ef t !?? laws is cotroetod, ' i- only productive of inereom I evil, and tbe people are obliged to take the law into tti> ir own bands for jH-rsonal safety, thir la-t ndvk ei from t'alil irnin. containing startling ac< ountr <>( rapine and murder ? nil of which may be found el "(Where in our | in per to-daj? ?onlrm most fully what i- the la?t resertuf | a people who are deprived of the benefit of the ad ministration of the law agaiii't tb"-e whose si?lc ?bjret is blood and plunder. Mere we bnve ac eonnts of |*rson- being Lynched by sn outraged j eotnmmlly; and that i? the only sonrrv nf redress. The administrators of the law n<?gl< '-t to do their dtiM , and flu nolj security to lifo is tbe mnmory (I i il of tbeae who ion.?Mutly fcnld iln? s" itl< i nj -nt ? .n terror. n ? own Mate, ju-lice bu- b?na ?.a, . r only j ' ?# io;>|fht nr polr io nf, nod tbe w<Mt glaring tm'ftgr 'AVr W<l vliM Dltk e*#??utlw ftjiprob.i f i \ enng baa 1 ? < n oe ' ? ?Itor h.? c ii;? # -shilc beMitig th - 'C' . cMtn! re of tfiu i t rvtf but tberentt otln ? u ? ?>. , ? notn tl at oemure ! . I ?imM fall. 'Il'e m< nif rail' a. ent eilrag-< .ve known to all #t.r renders; bet 1 ie is brown of tbo 1 jr 'lee ahtc'i wa- ntirils<l IL' n. ^ mi I m l .1 *? gui.-ui, tlw^ ib lied the !>*? . at<i ? i rht I he li ?? i <jt tbeae who?c duly II wi< to ertfo 'hat In *. h ~/ | em Irttrlfil, and (W hw ?hl kt} o otiijp d? i ill Win d T fai'tl) to it'ij'i i?'it.W?r *: b?t ?h? ?? Interfered, aid they as ? uowfu.ned lo>w?' npnt. *he i C< uununitj, to ft new their njrir:? < o j. Ihirmg lte j?ar I80,atrt le?? tHantwtr -< e . nrhf. h?l been -ord.nji;- <1, and man;, for grle-oa a-' f.n-n'iU a iid oattcry. were pardon*! I?y > ? e n r I 'di. "1 ro "1 tilv.v >4 t- Ltlvigflpd i'etti I Ulkie - Vtlk unit rent convict* for assault with intent ?o murder, and sentenced to three years and four rnontV* each is the Estate prison , in June, 1847. Instead uf serving out the time for which they were scntcuced, they were restored to that liberty which they had forfeited, by Gor. Hamilton Fish, on the $*th of December, 1849. The first was restored to citi zenship on the 20th of November, 1850. Gov. Hunt, the present executive of the State, restored the other to the righu of a citizen on the 21st of February, 1851; und, manifesting a disposition to follow in the footsteps of his predecessor, has begun by pardoning Biggs, the individual convicted of an infamous attempt to extort money from William B. Astor. It seems, indeed, as if the laws are mere matter of form, the effect being destroyed. But such a state of things cannot exist. If personal safety is not protected by the law, then it becomes the duty of every citizen to look to his own protection, which is the only course while the luws remain of no effect, or the chief magistrate of the State annuls their proceedings by denying their justice, andturn iug upon the community those who, by such proceed ings with apparent impunity, violute them. By the interference of the exec-live, the anti-renters? a most dungerou? class? ure incited to further aggressions, while they should be \isited with the severest pe nalties of the law, and be niude to expiate their crimes by a life time imprisonment, if the safety of the peace of the community require it. Cvbioi's Document Connected with the Con stitition. ? We publish to-day, a very interesting and remarkable dooument, the authenticity of which cannot be doubted, and which originated with the celebrated Alexander Hamilton, at the Philadelphia Convention, in 1787. It was submit ted to the members of that.convcntiou by its author as the outlines of a constitution for the government of the United States, but was not adopted by them. It may be renu mbered that we recently published a letter, said to be from the youthful pen of Hamil ton, in which similar ideas were advanced ? thus seeming to prove that the opinions of the young statesman had originally a much more mo narchical tendency than those of many of his contemporaries. The necessity of a strong cen tral government at that crisis, when Shay 'a rebellion, and the disturbances in various States, were but just over, was advocated by many persons, who subsequently changed their views, and adopted democratic principle?. However, it is not very singular that such, views ,-hould have been enter tained then, though the sagacity of our earliest statesmen is in nothing more brilliantly exemplified, than in rejecting such foundations for our conttitu tion, as they inevitably must have led to suspicion, distrust, and internal commotion and divisions. We snail slnrtly present an examination of the history of the origin of the government, and aoine further remarks on the document in que.-tion. The character of Hamilton is such as to demand some thing more than a lew casual words, when hi? illus trious name is associated with a document So inte resting and important. A few moi:e .last Kit ? The abolition cr gttp. of the remains of Van Burcnism in this ^tatc ? the Settling Port ? has a severe attack on the law and learning exhibited in the late charge of Judge Nelson on the Fugitive Slave law. It Is the joint production, probably, of the fossil remains of the Van Huron abolition clique? composed of cx- Sena tor Dix, ex-Secretary Bancroft, ex- Attorney ? >cnc? ral Butler, and a lew other x's. Wo shall over haul it by and by. Court Calendar for Tliur*<liijr. fv rants Ckit ? Ciact it ? Nm. 385, 3B3, 93, 194. ,'.2. 208. 2!<0, 301. 302, 30il. 307 . 308. 100. 3*3. ?.?!? Pen sion I'otnT.? No#. 14. 2*. 48. 81. 76. 9- #0, 1'jn. 108. 111. 116 to 120, 122 io 12-t. 131. 132. 134 to HA 144 to 149. Common Pi ? as ? Sm 436, 4B6, 442. 406, 407, 401, 4< J to 407 460. 470, 4J1, 472. Mr*. Lanr* A? Joue*, with Nm. Boit ?ick, D*4worth'? B?ud, A. *tvc s her t!r?? Concert iMf c\ iii io ut tLc CliioeM A??< nilly Kooiti-. (Stt i ro^ritiamc. ) I>r. Baititlitc's C? nt emulated Fife l?ectttre to l.aili* ?. nt the Rroi.klvii Institute, in Wa-lmi;! i\ near < oacrd, ?>n Spinal deformities \? rvous DinfiseH, and 1'hysical li? autv. win. postponed until this atU'm?-< u, o' lock. Should the weathvr again be atormy, the lecture ? ill ba delivered the ftrtt pUI?ii|t day. John Kceac, Auctioneer.? J umel Coolejr Will ?i\e jr-mpt and faithful attention to the tale of House hold Furniture at the residence* of families, or will rcct?Vf it lor rale at his capacions r<>omn, 377 aad.17f I ?r< ad way, ccf ?tr of White street. Cash advances on all consignment*. Splendid Wed<l lug Cards, wltha ric h illrer bsrucr, engraved and printed in gold. a ina jrnifU ?* ti t article for wedding invitations. fco. Also, tineu plain French f r velain wedding cards. and an clceant a'i?rtuicnt of wedding envelopes, at L V KK hfcl.L S, .Uri 11 roads ay, corner Duaue ?t. Walls* Kcrvoui Antidote.? Thirty Certifi cates, with the names and add r?*c?. of the most wvndcrfol cures, are recorded in th? advertisiu* column, and editors ef every paper in the rnion may publish tiicin entire, and r ? eive tneir rem oners tioa in the valuan th?m full privilege to ?peak <-f it a" they find it T H AT1>. M. !>.. KC Nioiai street. SI per bottle; W |*?r d??*en. Send th? |..?p* r and the charg< , and the Antidote shall be iinm*: diaMy forwarded. Wall's Nervous Antidote ? Having noticed those certiorates in yesterday's Herald. 1 will but say. that had I haw preserved th? mirtnt* ? of cure* that c<un< imm? - diat?*ly under my own knuwk^te, I could furnish four time* that number n) m If of more ? *tra??rdiunry euros by the Ad ti d? t< . than tii' in named. Wit. 1. HOONFAOER. 11 Wall stmt. To K|tleurt ?.-Our friend, (?oiild. of 10 and 12 I niton street, seem* determined to maintain the huh character of his dining aaloona, hating recently n tittedand It furnished both In elegant st> W 1 1 hai also arrani Un a private table from hall-^t one till four, forth" ? r ? veniriM-r of thoMi who *>?-h a ^uict dinner. <ir?n turtle soup and steak will also he served u|> this day and to morrow. Awnid of M<rlf*-f)iif(iirri'rol)'|N>???H|iii'(; the Institute save IIoIm'-p a silver 3f ? *lal, for rup? rior pictures, he has adopted the cheap *vat? m, and i* making jdctur*** of sur|M?s-ins * ?* el|i n? ??, ann for l? in? n ey than at any other rooms in V *v York, or iu tip world. K' "ins all oil the fourth floor, **'.t Droa<i?ay. Portable Dresslain Cases.? The most eom? fl? t?- and cl? ?ant art?rl? n ?w tnanuf-i- 1 're l. bavins evrry rcuuisit? for a gentleman's toilet, in the leapt r*>a*thl? ?pae?. A m her ul di?< 'Mint to whoh sals dealer', S L'N DKliS, 147 Broadwuy, corner of Liberty street, and >7 Broadway. Spring Myl? of ^lrn%% llnlw for Chlhlirit* ? Thf ssWeribf r h?* Jim! rrr< ived ral m of Hoys' and Infant / Mra? llat-. Ill stock of thea* artieles tm'?rR es every st*le and \arkty. I.adi* * nr* ts? * t e it to i-aII and ? ato?i" t btf r?< h and %.tHcd ?toeV nf f hil lr? os lists. H M. BMblA No. Msi Canal, roracr of H o -^U-r street. IVats.-W e arc toldl?y Whsk<*|iearr,((une??y 1?? ?? the head wbleh *'dr? a crown. Ilov diifcr? nt is the ra?? with that whi<h wrari on* of knot s Ca-t- r*! Ka^. rme?', fc&d f?ct.ion, are contrived in thes**, ins'tuu h *1 at th< man w ho t irft< one of Kn n ? hat? ?n his head ?n ?y Ke known at a <li-tan< ? by l.i< s ra fnl h* aris^ and * as< if w? arir?r; snd, ind ? d. to pit otn? of Kn hat# o? the out Md* of your h? ad, sow wear witnes? th^t you have a great 4< *1 iu tl*c inside of it. The fJenln Hut.? One of the Irstllng merits of n * spring sty le for I V?| in thi? at.*? n? * of all ess ser ration in its conformation. Tho tmiial shajn is Js-t ssf H?iestly ner?e|>tible with' ut hein^ a t ? |>r uus- nt festnre, and all tV d? tails ??*em t?? assintil with ? a#h other ?o as to render the $>n? r&l d? "ijen a m" l? l of e!a??iesl proportion sod |H*rffet s>tnis-try. So? h is the t?enis f- ur dollar Hat tor this s? as??n. ?t?eskisfe of it as a s ork of art. t.rMV 214 Hroadsay. -i St. Tsui's. Mwlel ||nt?? Ktamlne Ilie Spring Styles i f t*r ntl? men s lists. Th? \ are not only t ?*autitnl in ?tyl^, t>nt liicht and ? as% to the headi. Tf? --- *h<? wunt a r? ?lly beautiful nrti? l? . w ?>nl'l d - well t'??all it M I* OA V ID'S, ( ?neee*sor to .tniidon.) .s?l ftroadway, ??? ?r Ihiane street. Tnllle lin? Jwwl Keerlsrd, |?er Ulenmer < anads. a ma/nlS. . nt.a?*oftin? nt ?-f I r -n-i l*ort H nn -i. ?. all thr nesest style ? < are* d p? :.rl, |?*arl inlaid with sileer. WH-roeeo, k< style* to ?"??t all ts*t??. and prlee* to suit all eiraumstnnt ra. Mr. Tnttle would call the par ti ular att< iito n of IndU ? and rentlem*s to these iu^ ri?r art ?? l? tV Mil es of ? l.i h will 1 fonsd | ? i ?: ? n t 1 ? v tl i.n at inv b? ns* in the city. Also }u?t arm ed p? r - 4me ? t?ani*r. awsther i??e??'? nt the ri?l?'hnt*<f Fr^n^b NVedl? Tl r*ad* rs. lVr-'?ns tl ^t have bern Wiiitiu, for th^m will do w#ll to eall ssoa, bef??re th?- lot i- "?ld. l*er*?>na re s?ol?r at s distan'-e, lj fn? *1, will receive this in \nl nbl" srti? h t > e.t. ri mail. tiF.fl. H. TI ITLK, I* por#?r ot I .r? i *n Novelties mid I sney tioods, 54.# ad . j?y, I?iw?sihmI Kniliinldr rles*^Krrwh nrrlvuN. ?*- II \i<v* nt , Hroadwr y, > fttr< a beautifnl st'^ek >?( r ? a ft ? ?Us, of 1 1 * ii! ? ? d"- 1 j n ? 1<: st\ I ? . in f.onn ftjrs, nii'i- r ?s sr r, f '*?'* ' . i* Is ch'? f?. trtmminn la<w ?, M . a * r r n. nr?, .n'ar.^* wrirl* sod r??he? *??. 4c.. at the *? y Ii w ? ? a ??/ % a^ieieie to th? one price yitus a1? i * s?.a,. s? ?>. iVrgsnt H|tver Ihmr Plnfes. Its 1 1 Pulls. SS , Iff ri#ff, *t Mrrv Itro ty of intt? rn. Isanti ful-y t\eit ??. f * 1 1] lit it, Cerisin l< it. Snti'i'n, Hm an nd V, * ? re -n* Ft rj It >- ae l?r td?a>. ? wi i f ?f . mi i 4 i. no It r flitch Slot > " 2. Hall street. Uf sr.y lo strangers mtel nil. If you tvffnl a r e-i < Wrt Jewelry of any kind, sil* t Tes .*'? ts, Torkfc i * '? k ire Ai II roth* r*, ?7 Fulton -treet, or 1*2 t ver? \",i ?aii hfive th?. m 1st the lnne t prie^s, and yooe r ? ? ten ar the| r? | rca< nt them. That s the way IS oo l ifc.n ??? aiJ?l casl. ? nly. f*oehet und Pen Knives, liaiorl, Toilet iffl'f> > The nndc rsifned call the attention of tho#e in wont if tt< al ove to their a ?Fr#rt?miit. whieh is the tuoete* in- i slete in ttoe eity f MiF.K*, 147 Broadw ay, oorntr of U tertyrtj^et, and liroadwsy. ? - l M r tv f anas of '?liver, tJerman ^llrer. M:t* I ? ? ? i > | K : t \ ???.? rtr - ?? ? a ??. '< ? y ' I. reftu t, i# i* Wonderful Bale ot KnglUh Thm-ply and r stent Tapestry, Ingrain Carprtin#. Runs. Oil Cloth, etc., at aatnbu.hiug low prices. at the celebrated e heapest earpet es tablishment in the I'uited States, So. W Re wery. lliram An dirsoos. Eight spae'ioua aal<?a room# throng with ladiea ?sleeting bargain* la English Ingram Carpstta, at 3a.. aui ?>? per yard, beautiful Oil CWtUs, 3a. and Is., Kufi, ?h. (lo.OUO worth of Carptlliigi, OH Cloth. k". ? 1 he wholesale ware-raom* H William MeOrortv, 13ft William str_t, 3d door from Fulton street, are new turown. , o|wn. The la.,* stock of Carpeting*. Oil Clotba, Ite., will Ha retailed cheap !?? rash Thow ia aunt would do well to *aU early and examine ?i,e Carpeting. All Wool? In?r.|n Carpeting? '{0,000 yard*' ol new and beautitul put_r ?f lagrmu Carpeting. 4a. pop ? j arn, at the ce lebrated e I carpet establishment iu tb I'm ted State*. No. 9? Biwe., . Hirum Andersou'*; l.OW Hearth Kura. 'A** ; 1.000 pair , wills, w shade*. Ni.; l.UO yards t l?autiful H"or Oil Cloth, oi. |vr y .rd, three, four, tite, an 4 j six feet wide. The only tolld foundation ot business con? 1 fiat- in furnishing unexceptionable article* a.ekjr pricea au t with unerring punctuality, 'll.eae rulea arc oW.v?d at O. T. liREEN'S Furnishing Eata >1 lahmest, for g? ntle ?vei?, No. 1 Astor llouae, wliere Shirt*. Collars, Drawer*. r. u<L.rveata, Dressing (low ns, Cratats, the moat approved ?tyw aui ' material, will be found. Shirts, warranted to it, Wade to ?j. der at a v?ry *hort notice. De Grtw At Co.? It la no cany matter to flntt' a Inriic stock ef ready made clothing that in of afrit-rate; | character throughout. but De liraw i Co. have an iinrncas*: i amount w hich they sell at the lowest rates, at their larga ; clothing house, 139 Fulton street. Hudson River Hoalery and Glove Store,. 273 formerly 2K'j Greenwich street.? All sues el English and German Hosiery, Embroideries, and I. ace Coeds selling, Tory aheap. Tho*e who wisk to purchaae would do well t* examine our assortment, and be conwnoed of the truth ot eur statement, before pnrehaaing elsewhere. TU Oil A S M r I, A U 0 H T. I N . 27 3 G reen w icb 1 1 re e t . Comb Factory, 387 Broadway .?Ladles art respet tfully invited to examine this choice selection of dre?? combs; the variety is. beyond all doubt, the greatest la tbo eitv. comprising the moat beautiful open wurk in shell an* tufialo Lorn. Combs repaired aud made to order. A. A J. SAUNDERS. Boots and Shoes, at Jones's, 14 Ann street,. ?< sr the Museum. ? Busiuca* Boots, $4, usually Sj ; French Call Dress Boots, $1 ft) to $.*>, usually SO aud %7. Alan, every variety of fancy Dress Shoe-a furaumiui r wear; Frend I'ateut Leather B'>"tnand .Shoes, wurratited to wear as weP j a* any niaue, for sale, at Jones's, It Acu street, at pricoa which defy competition. Or. James VV. Poy ell, Oculist, Am 1st, dic.? eontinues to devote his attenti >n exclusively to ui-'-asesofth* Eye and Ear, trom 9 to 4 o'cloi k, daily, at the same offices ho has occupied for the last 7 years. 3til Broadway, entrance lWj, W arrin street, where can be had bin "Trtaiito on the Eye, I 3d edition, J'tice 50 cents. Wigs and Toupees.? Persona wishing a 1 very superior Wig or Toupee should call at Bateh?lor'? cele brated Wig factory. No. 4 Wall street. They will find hs Serf' e'tly understand* all their requirements; uc matter how iCv ult, he never fails to tit the head; in fact he V.uows hifl business, and make* a business of it. Copy hie aiurtM, and' give him a call. I Conquering and to Conquer.? If any fac, I more conclusive tliun another u< r? wanting to i r< v<_ thu su I J- ric.'ity of Boole's eclel rated Eieetrio llair Dj?, it would be I fat of its rapid sale, trclliu- every inontl . a>:<! stilt on th ? iceva^e in public estimation. Its effect on the i.s.Ir is run.-i ! rn I and truly astonishing, an .1 it l as only to be t r d to prova i! - ?i.perlority over all otheru. This, with i;??l?:'a llvperion I Fiuid, and otlier preparation", may ? had of S.;i da. list Ful t-u street; Kusht.'n, t'lark 4. Co., ii73 Broailway ; Carey anA I ('< md linehan, V Day. Pi :. r 1 street ; and i. -t )<;?' lie - j rally thro turnout the United States aud Canada. Hair Oye.? Batchelor's Iiistaiitanenus 1.1 1 Joid Htir Dye, to culebrati d in London, l'aris, Boston, Pbllauelphia, Baltimore, Wa-hinjton. etc., rrn <nly be pro I enr?d gfnuine at the manufactory, 4 Wall itrt* t. New Vork. The i?blie must b?ware o f counterfeits. Bo? my various ' d. It is for tale, wbole^ilt and tstaii, or applitd. CtTJ tie adureai. riialou's Magic Ilrlr Dye, to color the hair <r whisker* the moment it i.> applied, withent, injury to tin or sl*:n, It can be washed immediately wit hout di turbinK the < olnr, snd has i;( bad odor. It is a:>(.;ied,?or sold, at I'halon's Wis and Toupee iiianufaetory, l.-oadway. I'er '-le in tit city and coustry by drufr ' ^'S g'utrully. Gonraud'i Italian Medicated Soup cure* fin pit*, freckle*, eruptions chsps, fce. IVudre Subtil# er? st ates hair fr< m acv part '>f tiio body. I i, d Renge, for pt.1* lij>* and chei ka. llair Restorative, Lily White, &< i., at the ole ei tabliaf.t 4 depot, 117 Walker street. nri.r l'n?dway. axd 1. R. Callender'*. tsb South Third atrett, l't:laoelpbia. Hntclilngh* Vegetable Dy?)ifjisla Itlttrrs.? I This preparation i? t'ic be-* tneduine !? r Py|? psia ever j knt wr. It cures the *ever*,t esses in a s'.rrt t in:e. It i* I fcU' a valuable sfrim; mt li.atntr.t, for r' ' ' -I dineaae* i.t' i,uunt to this seat< n ot tl.e year, i'rii, ' al i fflee, l~ i rultts street, l'riee per large bottle iO eent*. Heal K\cellence Im, after all. tlic vily )ia?s* ; i t tu |erntanent sacot". This truth is wj. oJt-oted in : t .t ever >u< -ta^inj dviri.'tud f r Kin rV K? :f . v> Kilt"r-. 11 n tlf ,is. nd w ho have fotai.l tl.i m a j r flyfor Itt C.r' tit i. V.'rvou- ne--, Dy -peo.-i i. fc]\- al v. v.ii' in <s. ke., art -| ;cte:it(i; ti.eir faniu far ami wide. 1 or s . i'JJBreiad *#y. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAY. POST OFFICE KOTICe. POhTOIFHE. MM VOltK ? NtlTIi f? THE MA 11.4 p-r tinted Mali t mail at. ai.icr ? .1 clo? at t'. ? t-ILv, on Friday, ti.e 1 It tt iuat.. at J I'. VI. Letter* foe Ii. West India lalamla, Uuvanv < ha&:r? ?, i.r i ratiaiua, ? e |>rc( aid. W M. v BRADY, FT* f t Mt E. < HATH AM Svl*ARE, MiRVRR E \!<T I l>.-i to*, uy ? Vi?il? f..r Calif.. rum, i t l'n HttUl nihil ateoiutr, Georgia. I ? tter '.an* 1<T Havana, Chaarre., I '# iiL in a, ktid t 'alif >rii ia. v ill ci f: at t'ii* ' A ? . on Friday. Ilth of April, at ouc o'cl' tk. 1* M. A A MOV vH A RTS. SPECIAL. NOTICES. 'pniBD ANNIVERSARY DINNER ?'K TUC t ? FR I .1 ? ?ri I>raniuti? Fund Aaa. c iation will tal pi,.' ? th? eve l ' i, Thi.r-.iUy. April 10, IKil. at the .liM' !!? ur?. I'm at 3 CJi '.all', at six ?'tl?ck< I'll > *11. ? vi . HENRY G. STEBUIS3, E*y. Tftiaiax. .Mil M Knr F r . M iriam P. ? ,ai an E*<|., J. f'Mcett Hall. r.?? . Jami * T- Br:.'!; E?i., Iboa. Itaablia. *u i rauiui mi. J. I ii V?l r>jr?n. Ei><|., II. u. W. Knit, 1'ULL >L( I'm r. I-"|. Piijiini l>ru|... E?1. ira w a n t<? or tii r The Director* ..f the Aenofia? icn. Get tlemen ar? requested to deliver their ti -.??.< ut Hi#, an i . lie Hill be admitted without. r" I. \Y I l'MIVAI. ASSIH IATION - rilK -IX Ml \N > nual Festival, in coaimeinoratloK ?f th.: tiatol day of Bern 'lay. will he beld at the Apollo, "nth' ? imiifu! II. lit! .u*t, lion ? open at 6 o'elura; festival (?? I'i'nelajr at hul! |a-t 7 preciaely. Tlek' ta ran le proeur- d up. in arplR* ?ior to the kfikt, at the i.iireai n?"**p.ip?r 'lTfl<-e, eorm r o" W?!1 nod Naaaau atre*t*. liv order of t ? ? Em itivc Cum ?lit tee. fulfil J. t Ai MAN, ...Oiaa. Isaac *'?. Swim . Jurttary, Tiif. tiiirty-fiftii a.vmvf.*.mrv i rrn NF.vt 1 i rk Fenm'f Hi l.l?- Si.eirty will I* held at the \merican II. Me k ktjr'a ll>>u? . 1 1 .< Itreit. tin- rti > ( I 'huradat > at I.' ? '. i k. ? hea tt i anaual ti.rta a .11 l.? | r ? m- >1. au't Mvera! tddr<a*i< dtlhervd. l.aJka art rt*|r nil* invite l to ?!!? ad. New toRK a? 'ahemv of medi> inf. in vif.w cf the lamented dm a- t.l l*rofe>*?* J. I'.. Ii. V an li.. t - ? . Wli.w ?.f thi* A. adru. \ . a ii - iial i ." . i. M< h*?l ' ti. l... rr< * ( I rt.lav ) n> iiih.ta ! | l ? n . ? a? m i , lv df m?d appropriate Im tlir ? ? 'avion. AI.EX 11 STEVEN-. I v-idrnt. Notice? roi. I'M hi a i.ouhe. no. i, i n, ??r u. f TI.i in* ml era uf thir l."d> e ar?' rei,a*?n i IdMMIIMM Mp r. .(ii. OM r*tto?l 111 1. thi" d?y. u I IHMt 0 . loi k, t" at(>ad tbu fun rul of llrnlhi r. U h I m ii J ii. VAN ISCI'HLN, N 0. M II Co i ? \an Sm reti.rv IT 1 PACfl'tlRTS FOR El'ROI'E. ll.troRKIA. \J ? i'nl a. ( ? utral and Rmu Aui. rt* ?. k ? IMNMMI to trattller* and *?ld nainer a- a ?rr< ri*ot? *ir?ln -t f > r i .jin aaicree*|i n Viailer- ' tlx- " It ?r I ' 9u r ' r> |iire?. t hi ir . if they *>?it thr i viit i?. nt. a I*- lally ^>i dialnrbei' atate. laaucd If J. II. NuNES, rublie. P> Hr. ad>? ay. I^IN E ART? ? EMII, f.?.IT*. i*; HKii \ ; vt , v MIIRI> 1 tt' - in porter f all kind* of |'r?B.'l? and (ienaait eafiavlars. Iitl. .#raph?. aad draviua at n *. A - n t fo( Bulla. Brother*, and ?!??>. puhliahcra ( I ttiia a; la in I'aria. " THE Fl HEXES. L' Ml I H !"T\TF> K N ? ; I \ F. Cfl NO <? - At m nt t r I,. a< < ? e < ? nipaaj . I.el I n X. u.iay crti .m. ?il ia?' fir foilonine a'ti'.n ?u? t^k ii In of . or dernw* fell. ? ia?nlf . Mr. Job* M V.jrrir. who dod \( ii I, liM. R.."ol??il. That a let tar of rondo|< nr?, i nrr aithlba* folio* inc R. r- luti' na. br traiif mitt' l to hi* t.. and lamil.t " R. ?< Ive4. That in Kia <le*th. d'rpiy I nr?nt the lo<? r ue ahum a* a fellaw Mirn.'ir ? r | ? an a*aueiat? eat. i ined, a' A friend lured, and a? a man art hon. r> d. R-**lved, That with hi* ?if. andrelarif* ?ad>.plyaym Mtbiie, who a* a hnal.and ? a. kiad and iudulr ut, a- t. f. :* tid( upright, boa?*t, and e u-taat. R. ol?'d, That aa ? amh>r of our C'amp#?y, and for tk* ? n ee?fitl *(f .rta he r?ndi r d ia It* forma'i. n. u.erita out r< *|? ef, and tl.e ahle mannrr in w hi. Ii K f? rf. rma.l I ? dnty a* an ? flier, mdearrd l.iai to t he ? a* [any aa>l F>r< II partaitai. la l.< half of t h < I .lupaay. HANI.. M TAI.rOTT. 1 RHHII M. N AI CIITUN. t, II M M tNM I El.ll. ( SAMI. * DAT. J*. HOTEL*. Amfkk AN limn i \.n\ma. n t; this f.?ta liahaientia the lantaat public la.iaa aa the l*thm<u. ia tituated on high irannd. ia the m ?t airy and lealtny pur %!? a ..f t un. and in the eeatre of lir.alwaa. Ity kind mi aarelnl att^ntioa, we hep* t'< *hare tha patronaee of the pi. j H.UIIlCON II T. aad J. M. tTAH.?. ProprxUrt. ITRSITI'HK. ?r. r!? I. E O A N T| Rfi?EWtKit? ri RNItl PI t nEAP ^ 1. 1. I t ('I alra r.-il * Vi ; taa Voltalr < hair*. W. eaeb; I d?' t vr. f.?i: tan t< t. a wiaa ??*?? --4 other fnmitare <f t|,? riil.i.t I, uH. ?<\ar?d aith w.ri.'l, of tb. ii o.f i oatlr iftiallly, ? ill I* ?old at redoei d f ri<? * f* . ra*h. Addreri Roaei?oo>| | orniturr, II. raid nil' e. Ail* l'arl> r f'arp. t*.|niid ether furnitare. CITI.ERY, LAMP A OAS FIXTl llKN. At 1> IMOVAt..? JAMF.9 G. MOFFET, nTTER AS'D Jl% Mt. anfaetar^r af Ckaadeilrr and fJai liatnr.?.if e? r*. dearriptWa, haeinf runoeed frum bi? late at'.re. I.W I ?i 1 1 -? a ?treat, to 7 J Im ati ? ? t. a fen door* fV< m Bre id*a> t >k? tl.ia epp. rti.nlty of inf. rniinr hia patr..n? atid thr rubUe ia Henerai, tl at hatin* made eati naive alt* ratian? in Ma faet . rv. 1 1* i ?. d l-l Priaee atr-.-t. he ia now < naM'd t" aupj.Ir I'hainleliera aad other tia? Fiaturoa at the l"? it mark, t prh ?a. 1 In w ant of theae artli |f? wanM do well ta eal1 on him before pur. ha-iag elaaaharr. (ia* I'.adanla au Itrar k?ta, ^Oli r. Fluid, aad l.ard laiinpa. ?i.. ia?o|. a aa ? 'iiadalabraa, eoaataatly oa ha art, to a ?rtat eaiety ?| pat teraa. MATRIMONIAI, /wv vw Ms T R I MOM V ? A f.BNTI EM \ N 1W VVT V TMRER y.araef a*-" of a ??? ? .| edit atioa, >0011.1 fnineiple*. aad a* amlai Ta t ai|a-ra*i. a t. * i?bea to ? nW r 11 to a m i t r inoa lal ?l'i < viiri la.|? hel?a< a f. area ,<f *.. Veiifei r Mid t??niy, ?f a kiad dl*poaitinn, ri.rd 1 duration. bfa'Mie 1 on, til i ta. ?? , ami l ir 1. r*.<nril a 1 1 ? nn ?*. Alt . ' 11 ii< i.aieatioiia a iU l-r h. I I *trif ? ly r..aa? * 11 il , ^il.lra* ' I dem l|. rente, " at tb? Hroa lnay P-.-t, liffie*, rtntia* a hi rj ai.d * l.i u an inttn u w may l?. had. (MM1 Pi. mi >i Hi imm pint ? V tino.r- hi r ir*;.e. 1.. lailoi audi'O' o ? n of fh.-. 'Ity 11 astro h-t. r I 'i t, and la v mattera, laWtpro ia4 ar*am*. A I v lrf? k? ad *rj, 11 . t*. eoa?tnatly relied on l.> \i*|?..|e'ia. ami ? ! t' ! | tl < 1, aw 1* thalndv or ffaat Ifiii ia t lief aill 11 a rv. * ,ae tl ? ? i!*a? ,f tfia tlat'r*. Hr*.rtene? llfllin 1 ?j, ? j. et lad .* f '?aty Be? tt?.an. ,.i )?,m. a ' u* ?? I

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