Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 4, 1851, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 4, 1851 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAHKS GOHDOfV BICIIIIITT, PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. MtPlCit N W yUH>t K OF fVUtOK AND NASSAU STE. THE LtAlLV RKK.itII. I etnt$ per copy?f7 per **771 A' WEEKLY HKRJtLD, every BuluiJuy. at Mmi Uti . 'IV or E3 per annum; the European Edition 04 pn o-in m. to any part of Or'at hi it am. and $5 to any mart of the Continent, both to include the poet age. 'rot' STAR* COKREtitONDESCK, containing taepir'nit nttrt, loin ited from any yuarter of the world; f uee I. will be hborolly paid fur. Oi k fukciUM CoAkki pomt'l .in AH* PARTICt'l.AKI.* RAOUEeTAD TO SEAL A1.L b?TTkl It A > I' I'Al'BAOA* Sk'.T TO 114. ALL LE TTERS by mail, for ttubecriptione, or with jUaertue menta, to r ?? a or the portage will be do ducted from lb - money remitted IfO S'DTICE token oj anonymout communieationt. We do nut return thoee rejected. Jt?tVERTJSE VESTS renewed every morning. JOh PHISTISG executed with neatnese, clteapneti, mad derr .tch. Tolami XVI No. 134 AMUSEMENTS THIS KVKN1NQ. BOWERY THEATRE, Bowery?Dot slas?Pirata of Tub Isi . BROADWAY THEATRE. Bruadway.-AzAEL, tkb Pto ?h.a:-A Favorite Faiica. NIB.-.'YS GARDEN. Broadway?Tioht Rcpa?Elope Daiiali meat BTRTON S THEATRE, Chambtra atroet?Sat Stoops ? ? LOAVI' KR-WaRIjERIMO MlAkl'HAI.. NATIONAL THEATRE, Chatham atrect?Chablei II ?New Voka Apprentice*. BROl'flH AM'S LYCEUM, Broadway?Home Book oa Beatv ?1> i uriaiu. CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS. Mechanics' Hall, 472 Broal ?ay?Ethiopian Minstrelsy. YELLOWS' MINSTRELS. Fellow#' Musical Hall, No. 444 Broadway?Ethiopia:* Miistkalsy. AMERICAN MCSEl'M?Aural so Perform a.tcks Ar WtRNOON ABU tvieiso. Raw fork, Y\ t-tliM-wtajr, June 4, IH31. Tile rrli'i(rii|)hlc Mrua, Cut telegraphic now* is very interesting, parti Mlaily t" ?ur political readers, who will notice the Whig county convention'.- doings at llarriaburg : the matters between Mr. Whittlesey and Mr. Cor Win. at Washington, and other matters now decided ?pun in that city?and, also, the question in , ?eorgia, with respect to secession. The crowded ' ?late of our columns will not permit further allu- j ?en to the miscellaneous intelligenje by telegraph. ! Meeting at Tammany Hall?Freedom of the Pmbllc Lumls?Atteiupt at Heeeptloti. The free soil democrats of this city, or, at least, a portion of them, heidapub is* meeting at Tain many hall last evening, forthe purpbse, as the call stated, of " responding to the action of the democratic ?Senators and representatives in Congress, oy the all-engrossing and important question of the free dom of the public lauds, and for the purpose of coin hiaing ull true democrats in engrafting thitmea. sore as one of the cardinal principles ol' the deuii oratie party."' A report of the proceedings will bo found in another part of to-day s paper. According to "ancient usage," several '?di.-tinguished gentle men" were invited to he present and speak, but ?one ol them saw fit to show their countenances on th* fccjuion. We have a few words to state on the object aud Purpose of this meeting?we don't mean the osten sible, or apparent object, but the real one, which i k wa- attempted to conceal, by keeping it in the j background, but which we shall take the liberty ?f revealing, so that the whole world, and the "rest I ?f mankind, especially the simple-hearted but | honest masses of the " fierce democratic" may be ??deceived in the matter. We would, in the first place, make the simple inquiry who were at the i bottom of this movement, and why was this meet tog about the freedom of the public lands called at this particular juncture ! We shall answer these 1 questions, and if we are wrong in our surmises and ?pinions, we are open to conviction. This meeting was called by the anti-slavery sec- ' ?on of the democratic party in this city, and a ma jority, if not all, of those who figured on the occa sion, are freeaoil democrats. We shall not allude to any of them by name, bu'.the fact is undeniable. ! Such being the ease, what was their object in calling the meeting 1 We shall explain it in a very few | words, according to our htbit, for we detest pro- j Mxity. In brief, then, the meeting was called for the express purj-ose of dodging the great question, I the " ail-engrossing " topic of the day, not the ** VoU-yourself-a-farw " question, but the question ?f tlavery agitation. The barnburners, who called this meeting, seeing, and no doubt appreciating, the wonderful reaction that has recently been wit ?sssed in this and other Northern States, on the ?abject of continued slavery agitation, and the com promise measures of the last session of Congross, and cowed, and abashed, and overwhelmed, a they must be, at the outburst of honest pa trio! ism among the masses of the people, which has recently been w.tncs?ed in the N'or.h, wuhed to rai.-e a smoke, under cover of Which they might dodge the great issue of the day, and prepare to fight the next Presidential battle, on the question of the freedom of the public lands?a question which it would be difficult to make an nwue of between the whig and democratic parties, for Mr. Webster ha-1 announced, on more than one occasiou, his adhesion to the principle. This is the secret of ibis meeting, and of this movement on the part of the barnburners. Now, we have no idea thut this piece of trickery anu deception shall be successful. A* far as we are ?omerned. *? are determined that the barnburners ?nd Ireesoilcr*, whig and democratic, shall meet this issue?that they shall face the music, and d< clare openly and above board, whether they will ?r not consider the compromise measures of the last < ongrr-- a full and final settlement of the dangerous agitation which has jsrrplexed the country for the last year er two, and which even now threatens the dissolution of the I oioo. Every other question ?f no consrqucc c at present compared to this, an,j must be set aside until this is fully and fairly disposed ?f, and set at rest for ever It is not a ?*cti .nal %?-s*ion, in which one portion of the republic h is mare interest than another. It concerns, vitally ?ancems, e\"y Met* of the I'nion, and involves ?at only the continuance of thi* republic, but the to*> of liberal opinions?yes, the canse of liberty it ?eif, in Europe. Every public man in Europe feels that the success of liberty ia that part of the world dcicnds in a gnat measure on the preservation of the Atuericau repubiie intact. In this view of the ease, groat importance must t>< e. ??snly attach to the position wh ch Mr. 1 'lay, ?nd Mr. Webster, and General Cms, and other ' distinguished men, who had the oouragc to m-ct tli crisis in a proper way, have assumed. The truth i', we are in the commencement of a great eyelv of revolution in relation to men and parties in :his country. At the present time wc ha e throe great political platforms?wc have the anti-slavery platform, the constitutional platform, and the old fashioned platform, which is still the same with the two great regular parties, whig and democratic. We have (our factions in our midst?the ultras of tic -nu?h, the ultras of the North, and the tw> nil faction*. We ha-e, probably, twenty or thirty candidates for the nest /'residency, al| of whom are more or less identified with these parties and fraetional j-artio*. The existence of these fractional parties has grown out of the anti-slavery agitation, and sujh being the ?asc, the question?the great question ?f the iny ? cannot be dodged by nny party or any fa tioti it Would be well, therefore, for the friends of the I'nion in this city, and in this State, to be up and doing, and without regard, at present, to nny other <|n*stion, to commence an organization forthwith, and ascertain what journui* will be with them aud will be true to them, what men will act ?o commit tee and convention', and prepare properly for the f*r<'i'ivntiel contest in this State and throughout Mir North a contest which, a* far as the North i? ?unearned, will be one between the constitution and ike autoclave ry tie meats so prualuo. litre. 1 arui vi Amii t\ TirE Frat.o?Peiuiahle Flabe t'l* HE l'\\ EEN N AJo U.Eo.N and Je.vvy Lind.?The Nupuleon ol showmen has a most remarkable fer tility of transparent genius in the production and urray of novelties und umiwements, his movement* eontinuuUy attracting the public eye. In the exhi bition of curious humbugs be has no rival, and his raree-shows ol all kinds extend east und west, north and ,-outh. Some of the ncwspa[<en for a week past have been publishing notices that somebody bus been sending this showy Napoleon $ l(i, and other persons have certified, also, that they have received by letter a similar sunt of money to be ap plied to some purpose as yet undivulged. This new style of creating a sensation, however, in which Barnum went to the troublo of taking the lead, was a total failure, and accordingly we are now treated to a card from Napoleon, which is published in all the journals which are edited by his "literary bureau. ' Here is the document:? 'evny i.isi) s last concerts. I be public arc respectfully ii formed Unit th-- engage ment between )| ile. Jiuny l.iud uuu inyxelf for looeou '? it", baling contained certain conditions on which the -iiui?- might be terminated "IIIi 7 at th-cn-l of sixty or ot one hundred concerts, it ha- Ima duttuniiu-.-d to limit then, to the latter number; ami a- uiuety-one coaeerts j (besides those given tor charity) hare already taken place, there are only nine remaining, of which positively but <,m. will bo -iv. ti in New Vcik. viz.?on Friday uigiit. June 61 h. ul Castle llai'Ji 11 It has l>een determined to 1 give the eight last in Tliila l, iptiia uud Hiwton. The . onoerl to 1 giieii lor the beuedt of the orchc-tra : on Wednesday night, dune 4 th. is. of course, not includ.-d I in Un-above, 'the public a obedient servant. f. r. IIAHNL'M. j Now, this announcement appears to be a flare 1 up. It is aecoin|iaiiicd by editorial remarks of the ! same tenor, all emanating from Banium's literary I bureau of editors. j*>et.?, philosophers, and critics, a few of the comments being a little improved by the journalists, for the suke of variety of expression. But what is the meaning of it all ? Would Barnum or Jenny I.ind give up the receipts of fifty profit able concerts ? If we are to rely on the telegraphic reports which have flashed over the wires from one cud ol the country to the other, the receipts up to this time must have amounted, according to the statements of the literary bureau, to about a mil. lion ami a half of dollars. Bah ' Not a bit of it. We suspect rather that the runners, agents, adver tising, authors, woodcuts, biographies, and general machinery, including the literary bureau, hive cost an enormous sum, uni have diminished the special profits of Napoleon. We have always believed that Barnum made a great business mistake in the j out-et, la it summer; that his determination to car j ry the people by storm, at a large figure for tickets, nas foolish; and that he never would fulfil his pledge, that all the public should have a chance to hear the Nightingale. He would not bculvised. He surrounded his speculation with complicated machinery, at a. vast expense, not only with a de- 1 termination to sweep the public at will towards paying a heavy tribute to bis treasury, but to \ manage the press, anl to stifle criticism. The J blunder is n?w apparent, and all the stories about ' Jenny Lind's fatigues are monstrous masses of un- I mitigated moonshine. Jenny Lind is iu the enjoy ment of the best Ln-alth and -pirits, and can as well j sing in one hundred tnore concerts as in those she has already given. In fa t, she is stronger and more powerful in viice than she was last summer. What folly is it, then, to attempt a thing of this kind upon the public ! No! Let the truth be told. The actual fact la, that Barnum finds the payment of one thousand dollars for each concert to Jenny Lind, and her ex pense-, added to his vast and expensive machinery of jiocts, critics, runners, Ate. A. -., is a losing busi ness? that it touches bis pocket, which is not so deep a- a well or the < aliforuia mines, und tho dig gings ol which are getting scanty. If the enthu siasm of last year eould be revived, he might have i a chiuice; but all the efforts of his literary bureau, of his philosophers, poets, transcendental critics, ' sociali.-t editors, cannot resuscitate the original | excitement. Great have been the struggles up to j the latest hour to establish Jenny Lind as a divinity, | and so she is. Every day the transcendental poets ' huvc -triven for her " apotheosis," and they have j succeeded. At all events, these wonderful lovers of the spiritual music in the toes of tho Fox girls, and of the perfect melodies of Jenny Liad's voice, declare that if she is not a divinity, -he at least is the impersonation ofall art, and of the music of the spheres, and of everything musical?pas:, present and *o come?and *0 she is. We repeat, what is the meaning of all this 1 I *0 the poets, j hilosophcrs and socialists intend to have a convention aiul nominate Jenny for the Presi dency ! (>r, do they intend to make her the godden of their new religion ! We know very well that she has been heartily received by the democracy. !$o was Fanny Elsslcr, who, at Baltimore, wn- drawn in In r carriage by the excited multitude. So was Fanny Kcmble in the days of he- dramatic career. Elssler got the admiral.on ant the start of the people by her legs, and Fanny Kcmble charmed them by her black eye*. We never knew, however, that these things had really anything to do wi h the democracy of the age, or with the march of improvement. Keally, really, Barnum ought to know human nature belt' r?that enthusiu m running into fully, such us we have had instances of In the last thirty years, cannot be renewed and repeated, ex cept for a very, very brief season. Jenny Lind, as a woman, deservedly enjoys the estoi m of the pub' lie; ami as an artist*, hi r rank entitles her to very great admiration; but there are, in this country, 1 several'juitc efjual to her, and more aro coming. The plan of exalting her to the seventh heaven, and degrading thereby all other utft<fr.?, tuny be a good speculation while it lasts, but it is not a system whi< h can endure, and will uat War philosophical examination. It is, besides, an unjust system. Jenny I.ind. in Italian comic opera, i? e-jual to any 'Uti.-t* of any age. There her power is fully seen; in her acting and vocalization she is the greatest alive. In the grand opera she is inferior to Grisi, to I'urodi. or to Font ig: and in English. N-otch and Irish bal lads her exhibitions are w. nk, unfinished, and out of rharaetcr, as will be seen when Catherine Hayes visit- this country next autumn, and-ing- the same' compositions. l^et Barnum bring down his prices and his expenses to a propci level, and he can ye; complete Lis ''tie hundred ami fifty concerts without difficulty; but we rather sarpeat it is a breaking up of the engagement or purUo r-bip between them, ami that lenny Lind will tak? lh? field on her owu book, and surcced aloai U tter than with the comp licate machinery with which she has been sur round- d N. I ?> 'ur view is eurrecf. Tbe following card of Mits Lind speaks fur it*?df; ? A < ARD. T o Til V Km If* or THK ffKft ltT> Tb?- r*m&rk- ?i to tb?- wbl'fc Mr B*r 1,11m |,ubli't.<< tiiis in mint relative to th- UM-iai nati"n 'A his contrast wtlti Wise Jenny I.ind. ar? '?!, united In (.? me -iHWrre. to Uiolau I t tie puMIs with r?"jard t', her future inter,tion.- Mats 1.1 uJ tie o?v>-r aath'irlaed lh? ?t?i. m- rt that them- enn-ris ara to Is her last in Am?iVa th' cOiy political, n she h?* com ?? ntcil t' is that ,,f ihs 'lose >( Uer enu Mt'-m- nt with Mr L1 mini ift-r otie Lund?d nights The fatigus at'Jeierti' ' ineiilentai t-> snrti er.nUbU' US efforts rn.k ? It i.<re-sary f< r h, r to enjoy f(,r seine time rcimse and relaxation After that, slit ma* if her strength permit make 1 short t- or in ?. tern N-w >',,rk and 'ssnadii in order n,,t t<- 'Ji* i|.ps-,in u,,,. . ?ilo fr-.m ex|??wting to hear her ,.t h ni-' kso r-srnlu- J fs, m visiting the Atlatitir cities I sin si/ [sapMctfuily. MAX llJ'iKT.-llhitu, Cec to Miss hinl. The California 1>ry lss>._We have amort interesting docament, on the mutters which have grown out of the issuing of proposals for the eon struction of tbe dry dock in California, in wkieb the Secretary of the Navy will be found to figure as the chief hero. The public know already that, | In this matter, the most eoonnair-al proposal was rejected; but they will learn more of the whole afUir, and at the same time have a little further elucidation of the parity of party politics, and tho way that money making jobs are contrived in the political market (-or country ia making r?pid advances towards the systems which have guided tbe ps.liticans in Portugal andsoiae other emntrlen. Ints irrify seems in a fair c.,ur?e to he soon blotted Irvw th fvcabaJary of any one boiditig >dh<* The Willi* ato Webb Caae Once Moee.? What has become of the caee started between Willie and Webb, in which the character of a lady, the peace of a husband, and the fortune of a family, seemed to be vitally concerned! Webb proposed to hare a commission appointed to convict Willis of a crime; but Willis hue not yet signified his consent, with his ueuul nonchalance. It is very evi dent that this strange controversy cannot rest long where it was left by the two combutants. We ure positive in cur belief that it will explode in a new quaiter, and that the scattering eleuieuts of the explosion, while they do justice to the injured, will deal severely with the guilty. From the appear ance of the stars, judging by the course of the winds, and even taking note of the very atmosphere, we Hre persuaded that seme scathing eruption is at bund. Bystanders, stand aside! Mock Ntws fkom Elisors.?The British steam ship Asia, Captain Judkins, with three days later news, is now due at this port. She is in her eleventh day. The Opera Season, The grand company engaged by Maietxek commenced the Opera season last night, at the Astor Place Opera 11< use. The house was well tilled with a brilliant and fa -hionahle audience, among whom we discovered most of the real lovers of thu opera, whose musical taste play - no secondary part to their own personal appearance. In the throng, the bright eyes of the beautiful flashed upon the scene like diamonds?coruscating in the lights of elegunce. and fashion, and loveliness on every side. A new belle, with diamonds ou her brow. attracted general attention by her beuuty. vivacity, and costume, as she appeared in the pari|uette; and even the interest ta ken in the debutante of last saoson, who sat near her. was lessened, but yet made, perhaps, more animated, by the division of reuiurks on these two attractive ladies. In the dress circle, wore noticed many of those hearty admirers of music whose sympathies are with the beautiful and the true: and when the curtain fell between the acts, it was a'l agree able sight to see the happy recognitions of those oe<iaain tanees which seldom extend beyond the opera circle. We haTe no space to note, however, all the little inci dent? of the evening; but wlen Marctxek appeared, the enthusiasm commenced, and it wo- continued till the close of the opera?Bosio, Caroline Yiottl, Lorini. Marinl, and all the auxiliaries, being honored with encores plaudits, calls to appear before tlie curtain, and those other demonstrations of public favor peculiar to the opera. To-morrow evening. Bellini uni Bosio will appear in '? Lucia di Lammermoor " Bettini ha? not yet been heard. Of course, all the musical public will be alive with expectation. Diflomatk Movksh.-su.-HU Excellency M. Bodl cJj His Majesty of Russia's Minister at Washington, arrived yesterday at the Irving House. The night Hon. Sir Henry I.. Bulwer. O.C. B . Eriti-h Minister at Washington, still remains at the Union Place Hotel. City Intelligence. ?r KIT.K on r.oAHii ship?run mate killed r.v the SECOND MATE?THE CONFLICT IN THE < tHIN. On Monday night, about the hour of nine o'clock, a conflict took place on board the Swedish ship Thetis, Captain Band-troin. lying at pier 54 K.ast river, fool of Corlaers street, in which the llrst mate of said ship, named Olof Theodore Zed holm. was attacked and leeale-n in the cabin, by the secoud mite, called Frederick Ob? rg. inflicting an injury on the head of the m-tti which caused his death in ten or fifteen minutes thereafter Oberg. after perpetrating the injury, made his escape from the vessel, but was caught the next m ruing by officer Newton of the Seventh ward, secreted at a sailor hoarding house, kept by a Mr. Nelson, at N?. 103 Wash ington street. The accused was ironed aud conveyed bark to the vessel in the custody of the police, where, I by tiiis time. Coroner fleer had been notified, aud was prvpar d to hold an inquest ?-n the tsnly. A jury was 1 empanelled, aud in th-- cabin where the crime had been perpetrated the evidence was taken. The prisoner was seated in one corner, hi.i whole frame exhibiting a high state of nervous excitement. The testimony taken in the case, implicating the ps'. ?oner, consisted of three witnc-.*e?. seamen of the -hip. whose evidence showed that some ill feeling existed Ixi- , tween the prisoner and the deceased, and tlie.t th- pri- I ?oner was determined to desert from the thip. bur l.cfore leaving, he expressed a d<Tcruiii.alion to whip deceased; I and alii r securing bis chest aud other portions of his dunnage. Ik stated to one of the seamen that lie wa- go ing to have some satisfaction out of the mate, as he had been telling false stories about him to the captain Accordingly h? proceeded into the cabin, and Frederick T. llogman looked down the skylight, and witnessed the prisoner strike thv deceased three several blows in the lace; the deceased appeared to be avoiding a conflict, mod endeavoring to get away by retreating, but the prisoner followed him up. and exclaimed. 1 have you now?you can't get away Fighting was heard distinctly by the other witnesses, and the deceased wa- heard to cry out for assistance. The prise n- r i iu tie,I out from the cabin with an open 1'Laded knife. and as lie was making his way over the side of the ship I to -nier his boat, he exclaimed. "He ought to have a j little more hut be is too feeble IV bra tlie pri oner left the ship, the witnesses. Charl- ? O W 11' luil-iirc. Neies hwendaaon. and I rederlcll T weut into the cabiu. and there they -aw the deceased on his knees, with his he:- I r--tin; <>n the tal-le They sp--ke to the deceased, but lie w? Insensible j Medical aid was sent for; but before it arrive-l. the deceased expired Other evidenc- we at !?> -how that the prieoner was in liquor at thv time the attruy took I place. j Br. Clussman. cf No 11 Market street, nivde a piut mmi-rn examination, and t- und a rapture of a hh-od vrssel on the brain, called the Jjm m-or. n-ar which was about half a'piut of rxtravnaat---! l-h-od. efTuw-l on ' the parts, which was sufficient to cause death There was aL-o a eonlusion ov. r the temporal Is ne an-l bo rn atli that portion of the -calp, wliieh Ilk- wise contained considerable efir.-i-.n- of bl-*-d I | n I lie rvi-b-nre adduced during the in-(Utry. au-l altera few brief re marks made by Coroner tierr the Jury r- tune d the following* verdict That the deeenwd ftlof Theodore ? Zetbolm came to his death byw--un-l- Inflicted i-n the head by the bands of the prisoner trederlek Oberg Th-- Coroner. on the uls/v? v- rdi-t. touinitte-1 the ' pri-oncr t-> the T'-uil-s for trial on ? charge of murder I The three witneesas wi re likewise taken into custody. I and were committed to prison iud-liuit of baiL iu I appear and testify at the trial The deceased was a single man and 31 years of age ' The prisoner has a wife in Germany Awstm r Cos-i st?We nn ierstand that a number of aiualeiitrs will give a concert at th- Church of St. Vincent of I'aul, Canal stm t. on t ri lay evening, the Oth instant, f- r the l-eneflt of the Ben. v oh nt Society if the Ladle* of M Vincent of Paul It i t-- I- p--l that this concert will b- liberally patronh- I A pari from the charitable and benevolent purp'-s* to which the proceed* of the ev-ning will he applied, the c- ricert Itself promises i to be a line musieal tn-at. Tick-1- can Is- had -f Me-?r? Belmotilco. MUbau KerksB-g k Br-u?log Bcharfsnb-rg k Lui> atil Messrs. B-lluc Klin ?Between twelve snd one o'rioek on M-nd-v or riling a tr- was dlarcrvered in lb- m-ut strip No .*>7 Pearl street --ceupie-l by i'ornrlius falters The firemen Were ljuickly on the spot and extinguished the 'lames | with but Mill damage The fir-- It i- U net -d was ths design of soni" wielw d and rnal-ci- u- persons Ass -i si n, F.sii'.s ?ars ? At tills p. rt rn Mir: lay ?r rive-l -eretst-en hundred emigrants Ir-m, Fur ye- cf which number -u0 were from Havre ski fr ,j r p- ol; 4*u froui Bremen 2*3 fr-aj N- ?ry Ir-iat-d, an-l IS) bni Antwrrp A F*t?i. A< cinrcT? fleer was called to hoij aa Inquest on board lb- st< am Jiip I'" o-s-r. lying at the find of North Moore street - n the ls?l^ of liuberrt tie nl len. aged ale-lit 0fi year* who. It see ni? fe.i accut- uU-iy doe n into th h<-ld of -aid vessel, r ,u iug urn -t lit^aut death His 1 OSS IfisVCSee SI. B -' II TV ?Tills soe.rty held it* I re ? tiler monthly meeting la*t evening, in the room - f (hc library, in the New kork l uiver?:ty llie hcv Edward , K- bins-'fi D. U . read au lnters?Uug paper on the: hi-te.ry , and resent r-ellectieju? ol tlie Eugiid- liil.l" We are un , abl- to bud room for it to day. Kaoi?? Court's No *. ?-f N-wvrh pus*.?<* tbls otflee yester-ley arr, mianie-l hy the N-wsrk lirae" H .nJ with their Hew engine a Trff handsome one T.u Chef kn gio-ertf Newark, aa i hi* AeicLeiit- a|eo acooaapaaied thvui. Naval Intslllgr net. I lilted States frigate Karitnn Captain <"'i*c G-vuntt. mil-.I from Valpar*i?o. April Xld .for Call* Unltad states brig-f war Dolphin let Com T J Page -ailed from Valparal*a March IC lot l-io Ja neiro. r?nrt Calendar Thle On p. Bi cwrar Cecil?Cisoe-ir ? Ne-s 4.1, 474, ekk) 110 33T, apt ;H 476 as *t? 47* to 4*x ?- rrsina Cv? rr.?Noa 1*3, .11. 1% M7 !AV. W0, 0-9. .wo 1*1. .iM SN-i. a*7, .-do. :jp3 .mc 30". b>l. 7. 8. JTC, a* It-*, a* 4iA) 461. Bsi. 4i*? 210 21. 2b* i!oi(si#a PkCAS.?N(? M4 51F. M. it 6ML *27. 62l Mr Mil, 424. fr?8 634. W5 *?'*' Valla far Knropi-. Tl.c llrttish mall ?tnam*hip Afri?* Captalu Ryrtc. will eavc thi* port at noon to-ilay.for Llvsrpeol Her mails will close at hslf past K> o'clock this m--rnlng The N?w Voss IlisAi.n, prlnte-d in French nod English, will t? published nt half pn*t 9 o cinch. It* cunt- nt* will em brace the Important news of the we-s-k, M-se-r- K-lwjrd B and ford k c? <f Liv-rp-l and Le nd"n an-l Mr II II Ttev-H of |'< rig, wfll,r? nl.-rripti'n* abl a l?-r Meeting at Tamaaany Mall?l*n* Refer* _1'hf ('?ntUinUon not though* or. In uur utnoe of a caU wmwrtii* lb? democrat* and Uu.d reformer* to M*?mble In m? meeting la*t at Tammany Hall- for the purpone of ?? r**pon<ling to the action Of the democratic Senator* and representative. in Congress. of the fnlted State*, on the aU-engroMing and important question of the freedom of the public land*, end to combine all true democrat* for the purpoee of en grafting the meaeure a. one of the cardinal * the democratic party." a gathering wa* held at the wigwam I act evening. Col. William Jay Basket wa* ap pointed President, and a ho*t of other*, vice prwldent* and secretaries. The proceeding* of the evening were commenced by reading letters from J. V. Walker, of Wi.Jon* n,and others Mr. Westcott. of Florida, who had beeu tuvited to addruM the meeting, sent the following letter, a copy of which we have procured for publication, from h m ? N't:w York, Juue i*>l. Joh* II. ks.vnan, E-w-i, * f.'.l'r oV Friday last, oontain U...NH-1 ^J?tVn7ofthed?meorieyo. this iogaB'nviUtioutoaddre*** g ou r,.rt,cttun, cob ,,t, at of the a?o?t Southern State of siderlug that 1 4,11 *? , " ??Pncr in v mr city, n't lu the . afe?rl'aty?a more ' J t4ti(ju ()1. lle,lr ?( ,,-tiiruiug ?v itical litis, uu4 wit.mtt*?*l , urpiiu#c who probably toil, and unknown personMiy ,.t incoming '."aYh" tX.v? with the warrant ptl>meu. f?y. luSu. uio. ii j.^ ^ t me, a* eahibitiog paier- apd puinpulot* h . - ,>t| meat prominent m t'-e nr.... iple* and tlew. ot *^i iu what is called the the Eastern and^"1^ ? that, at variou* convention* cauae of laud reform.1 a t .doptcd, measure* re ?ud me , *d j^nc'(ple* advauecd, which, m my judg connueiidtd, and irMivip , # 8UU in which do.ue.-tt.j tcrv itudc'?*i>t?rfrom jmitM with tho*e persons m any po litical party orgaDUation. doily in publie 1 am namouiihetl. ?1*?; by , j ol thli belonging to it. humhle career lu rnva;e ,i'? wa i.tssmsr,aa principle*; and on inure than " , , ,.r,v<a 10 huckstering policy, foi*hi<m anou ye v? ?u0 federal who adopt- d it'our increased prosperity ?tfSW r-WStrw meeting, for the -adlcal Vef"t? of the system, ail what I regard a* the radh at nee ,14r, u< t . ??v iu which its o|wra'tt it 11 I f t .rrit s sod uijiist npou ,thu.'7t"/ lu mvjudui'ut.a belt r plan * litre the public ** * i,r p^ncuit irints from actual than the present system to uoteragrituii r s? ,t?_ settlement of the public Ian'?-C' ? anly at . culd not well *??3'\hl*?W"IX iracrahl.-. and. of r? torn? to be au?>l ? . . , f ,r i? ^ in my judgment. must pr stal- s i 1 w inch they arc sit.i cedc all ?i" pohlicULd.-1,, "? l4jt ? t:mt the State a ted: which cession may.he up: ^ .,cd .,...?nti'ies t. aliall make donations d-of a.iy that may actual settler, an" , | to educational j>-irp"-c. Id ty It. shall he ai propria. 11 r,.... ucton The various graduation l'''^' 'ts arc oaiy oal latuea lor laws in favor of ^ u\ r,a;h and re tho evils of the eaistmg sysl-io. aim u,edy il' even this partial reform, will enonan Thc.florl-to toen , f, ,U|?. ter great opposition. 1V'Ul,,r^Senators and It pre tic States wUl he aguaiw .^^ ^a demanding tho sale of n ututivos in t-ou.r ? ,,f the pro**- is shall h-pud to the Ian 1-. and t.iat "? ?har Pf k||ld, ttt i,..|c them liattalious of ? St ,tes where tiler, arc puolic ral city. "I'd t irot gh" it ??>m of tU..,n jt will be r. 1'ics lands, will resist it,, -r i?i,l,.rs. and ?p c ill at ".'I, to U ofhread ?ud biitter. ja ( aboVt. ail. the political and monopolist* wlll rc ,'.'v., the politician*, will patrona," present ?y ft- ( atu eDtir. ly sati. induc tnciuto r?v. r its ' .mtut ti... d- aocrat.c hed that you cannot umte waat^. Ua.. r.., ,nu In party iu tae AtUniK St ? L iritJ .iinnt.iti?# *>' I

! ? > nag Stat. ...?here ^ >wt, -r - t rulnic lands un*old. 1?U P*rti1 ,,er than 1 lis.-pr.p-*d; | nch reform, a??l to m mucn u.,r,.j, will mane a re but though their r? l r?*??"ta11? n .? *? oujr spec table array, t ? > ? I '<? MU1.,ritt'. ?lia? any hope of Be*idi .I'M r Lratieearty. s. atband North, on tins, uniting til* old d? 111 r* ' R.uati ,11 1- at an en I, is or any other issue, till the s ^ ^ w;ii , Sunfi and utterly idle. Sols it al. . .?d will continue to. North. Theslavcry .inc.tiond^maw.aoa^H. m.y(inty ?f ul sorhall other* m te ? who arc op-nly in lavor the people (wathout including ^ ^ a. t? tll? triumpT or de ot secession.) arc c?ti? 1 . ,wh?r,. with reference to any test of the diflereut ]par Yr, t,-, tic-tsr.ns. internal lmprovo ,.titer issues, f rce trau., i r navigation, laud inents rivers andI?"^Xinf" -t. all "i.*o be best osed, to render made to he to . ud)oll< to th^i.tber sceti-o'-lVh . ?relulsvnr..l sepa- , them. It 1. of n" J...1'..-.d,!,g.>f?t-utiles, th pa-t wr-uge . ratine from the.,, a.-at ?? - ud ,?lt per,-,rat.-.1 "I ?" "'"n Vh.irn.ts and h ? din.-, t- I the insults and outrag 1 .. insigutnennce to a juin in ? relorm. ?? ofonmiara^ ,,.It ..,,,1 ' dissolution of tlo ? f,,r this reform from a mem- 1 f,? should ??li' it aid Co,aud b't of Congtvst. who in?J > fc|i n? iBtet,.,t ,n the public ' if he should reply M> States or in California New Is.ds in the V^ rtU-w the most monev poisibletrom 1 Mi-jiicu. or I tah.eicri Vou have cxcl i ltd my eoatti thrill f< r the federal trcainry . y prnperi v, I snail tuents from settling ?|-?Jdeny the , OPI-SO your *eb?no ,n re?alU ?t!a.r,,,.r.., that r. |?ra airness of his retort. T ^ f..r th- wr?n ;?t-< i"n l > the B'U eiaveliMumg (,)y abstaining from ii.eult South already ' ..,twn, that Hand, at lUi.ti aa. r;?;.r.r?v.v;d *tM?.???.?* ?r every thing till Va be"st iBcd, or smothered, or ev ade i T. -pe qmstie" m f^Vtatc of New Vork. The trifling and uoo Iktry Mb determined. They cannot ' "!"d*U l v mire re"lntf.n? and speech.-, made >y b? oi a ;n fa-f#r of ili? lni?'fi an? ??? SB> body of any Parfyl" ? ( S.uth are unatoaod for. for ill. whiU. the *rou'' .ntinnsliy being repeat-d. an I ihiUt ttVrptraV: r- .re r?um. d iu f?H eo.nmunie. by the parties to which they 1*V p?rt,na the Vuth-rn |> 10U may depend Upon it, ? P h ct>u, whether ,.le will fret, rvi.e with any par y lu ev y ()? o lt(v# they are ,tyled J'"'^'-"TilJr desimatlon. whil-t their Aioericars. orhv any ott. '' ' dr.ndi4?tes are m-n who lead, rs. orator*, comn.itteetn ? wt..tes and floutuera h.v ?'?/''t ?'.de.rade the ^,,h;or,r,tituti .n?l P slt.on of cltifeni iro? ,^beir rj. ' ^ e iu%l participation iu mr perfect e.,u?llty in th. {"^ r,?d f-rout ?fthe ritorie. acnnir.dbyrtcMnt <*tnT,^xU, wr-n :* they rommon treasury, unlc s t bond* t-> keep the peace h*se , ommitted. *nd nter into i no w^ ^ ^ Wc m ljr h? rraft-r. An** T't I .trot* of ? th of ?o .Ubscril e n.ysclf. year ubedo Wt5TCOTT After *ome of tlie letters were n-aU. the following re rolutinne w?re proponed tn l unanitnou-ly paired ? Iti llering ttiat the time ba? now fully arrived when the newt prirrlple of man I rleht to the eul, pr .pheiii ?lly -had- w ? d i rth hy thoer >.>(> . ?r.<1 f.-nailery of dt mitrtcjr Ih' tne JeDerfoo and At tree .l?'kt?n-ehonl-l irengraved on tin ? tutitt?? tin he nf the nation, we do meet ?oli mnly an.I turiottlv recoinan ui| the denim ratio party throughout the l ulled Stake' to renin tin- vltnlly important -|i'- tl n of free li rne-fi r oil, i lu f th? rtfiUml i-ru-r of the party in tin-Prrrldi ntiil campaign of'A2. It I- the rapreiii* will of the I-ei'f le that It -heuld he mi. Through th Ic-u/th ait't breadth - t the land t he uurrti n hat t* ? u igitate 1, re - >? I ting in 0 full m l i ao-li I a- iuow l-d-m-ai of the wo-d m. Jli tlce, bud poliey, of making th- put-ib- d--raa*i fr ? to all who will ofriipv and rulti-ate. Uor ?ter crow-lid and rapidly aurmentiny eity p pi lothme. moot irni-rativelv di ?ni-od an outlet to the i .?t arret of the oughty Vt < ?t. The fide i f emigration tnmt her-.?? tiredn-eT- f wealth? wealth gainr-1 hi lator not of the ?oil? iaetcad of c-ngr r tint in large ritioo t" n mumi only, ml odd numl>?r t-i alre?il? ?.\er ? ipi li I U.i r marhet. R?crv -i-n*ol--ra t|i-n of jurtice nod policy dictate* that onr public domain ?bould rvare to 0< atour-- if r??roo? to the er nm*u*. The plan of donating-ynarter rcrii. tie of land to act-i-luc re pante. <eem? the only reaeonatilr and ?ure Oi-lhed of lirinrin* ey?n a ? < iety oi the pill,lie land oml?r rnlliTrti-.n will a two r oerati. n , If t in y are told a? formerly at an air rare of two mlllieae of ncrrr ana wall*, thrrten. "till ob.-ipi rr-prtat-il lantir to the eni-ranoo- aiaouot of tw -Ire hundred milli n acr-o?net two million einare nolo-. Tbctet-re. I Kirolred. That we cordially endor?e the aolf-ei-leat truth that eeery man hot o i-atoral and Indiaputable right la ao ainih of th' eorth a- i- me-tary ler the mailt* nen'e of hin-elf and hi family, to le guaranteed to him aod I-I-, l-y wire and raletary law*. JR-? Iced T int the mrarore of tht free lom f the public land - ol'the tnlte-1 At -tee to aeiool re ttlerr, to limited put - t'tlre at ad r weird by onr demorratle ?e??t re and R-prr rrntatii er nt tho inet l onrr-i" Mat our hearty appr-ival. and we will en rt willingly en ..p-ret. I r the r n-un. arti u of tl Ir ?reat ?nd hearheeejt ret tm. .1. Ren lied. That wewiil favor the rlertinn of no ean li date for the Pr'-ide- y or View Pr?idvary of the I'ait I ?e?l> ? who will i ot rherrfully and ine-imr-.-dly ae.r l<e. fere tie Ame.iran f-? pie hie determination t-- the in finer-e of hi- -inte r for the -j -dj urm[li-ln ieat -f tor at* tr ue of tf t 're# loin f the pubic- land-. 4. Re-olvvd. That Uro taenia tf till I rim n-it of fr?e hotter ari in t i iterial'y J irt i Senator Gain, of Colli -mil. top hit n> 1-ie defraco of tbo eettler'o claim to ur puMio domain la that State. Re ?ilted. Tlotwr rlew n ith pride an J ontirtrr'd n the trliii.ipt not tiet-fi ol the oettl-rr oft alilvraio. no eu-talne.t I) H e rieeut decin -n ol the I Oityu htatet C-urte ta that State. 6. Rr-?lr?d, Tliat we doty appr*e|atr the eva-'-teat rJrn raiy I land reform priae'pl-e In the r uacil- of the nation hy our flrrt rtrt-ti. n?Got. A. U. far - w o, of Ri-e ; St-phrII A. D-rslrr ef 11tin Auitr-w -loim-on. of T-an ; and Uaarge to Jalirn, ? Indiana. 7 Kr-elied, Tl at G lino I nt' P. Walker, of yeunr to'lr eoi.rin. it roiiaer tJ> due tie deep end eliding fitltile ef the I'll.ny Dill IP nr. for hit* e irUaaee. hi - tint :rla* deti tl- n. and ir ny p- r- nil r-i-rihn ? ia urgtu* -a tu alo rioiie rrl- rm- -I t" h-mrt for all *. Riaeilted. That fhr attempt at the rreent yetajon of Centre er. to make t.ouatr lmd warrant* arri/nrhle. tr a runntrgif deritril athoate cfthe- enemier of laa l ret .rm, dt rignrd only tc aer le the graepiofeapl iity of land rpn- ulat -ra, and at reieh ekall reeeirr Uir oar-otpromiria* opporltlon of thr dem i ratir p irty. 5. Re-i|y-d That we will enter the ennte^ of '."-f on tlid Irene ?.f load and Inker reform, rroolrt-4 to e"hi|ner er die la the eao-e of free homrr for all. 10 R- oleed. That we aw-ar haly all tivire tr fhr A-o- rl ran f'ni- n, trgiag at the elronge.t inrentirr t ite la-tin* peere and irrpetnity. a iurt and e|ultahlc apportionment of tlir pnklic doBiain (tin eointain herita*' ) not m* all her eifitenr. II. Reanlred. That onr tlorlonr I'aion thai I never need de feaderr w hey. all tl ell hate heuiee to dri?ad, and a ttithe in tin eoaatry r ami. 12 Retofrrd That wereentnmtad to the dem ratlepirtr tAriiiglinut the I nlon te apltote the land i||r>tiiNh that It mat r?ei|y? |tr erow mat trinmpfi m heatowtag fre? homer to th' lendleer at rpeedlly ae pra-.tteahle. Srrrrml rprwher were made during the evening fine ef tt?- orator* raid Tim prlnrlple* oonUtinial In the reroltitif-n* an- ?n-lonhtmlly iud only d' moeralie hut hari- Mali on t" tho future ae well an the pree<-nt hunt I row and laDdlur* of tli| people ||p rould imiutlno nothing that npjH-alr more to the eooUl frrllng of man kind thrs thlr nu-nrui? of a home for aII Ho gnye hi* hoartjr eanrurranee to liter reeolutioa/' and ttpr-'-ed hi* with that tho pubiie Unit* altould Im given t actual rettler*. la limited >|tiaatitler He war oppoeeil t" ffwnt ?pg (he public toad* fbr nny purpowo but Uee und then Mily tilt a ecnb of jurtie-- to all. while he wa?. at the dame tim< opponr-d to granting them to any pefaoty for the |nir]io?i of rpoculalion Thlr rjue?tlon be* t*" aep. rt- It nftertr th?- whole e-iqattv In it- prirale 1 *nd aigtol n-totto ti*, end tlr") ha# a political aep ct. In I rrf?r>D?c to tUe flmt, kr asked what would ho the In. [ reliable- eoiisrqui-nos- of apportioning the public do : ?*lu iu the manner proposal! ' Kirst of all. |it would rntka tba laborer Independent. and >hoT? the | v'tpf"'1' <*f employer*. or the fluctuations of rotumcrr. J '? c'soufbtl in thla country that the laboring in tu should he placed ill a Condition of independence Mow 1h if in Kurope' There the laboring m tn must wubinit to the term* of Inn employer, or become a rhalve ou t We P"rich_ Xu either cane he U unfit to lm h freeuiuu If it were theestablished law that every man could claim, a* | a matter of right, a part of the public Undo w hat would be the situation of the laborer ' H? would escape a'l the evils that afflict society iu Kurope He might he degraded in the city. but. by stepping hli foot on the broad prairie, ho becomes a man. (Applause.) Again Kvery man shoitfil feel independent?he should have a hand in frunrtng a system l.y which hi* children should be educated. This is not so now. It is an irrevocable law of nature that, when people are crowded together, the many Hre. to use a strong terui, the slaves of the lew. The proposed measure would tend to make all men equal It is the feeling of equality which makes a man take an interest in the laws and in stitutions of his country, without which no republic can loDg exist Another considerate n iu favor of a laud re form is the improvement of the race?a very important subject, wiilch Is too much overlooked. The consequeur.-s of a mono|M>ly of the land are easily seen. Monopolists take choice locations, and seise ou tlieui and hold them for years, unproductive, as if they were in the Desert of Suharu. Iu bis travels over the prairies, within a year, he was struck with the absence of improvement; and on inquiring why it was that wastes existed-why cities and towns did not exist then?he was informed that the lauds were iu the hands of speculators. An other evil connected with the monopoly of the public lauds is the tenant system, which lias worked so much injury in other countries This system makes the tenant not only the slave of the monopolist, but of the decline and fluctuation of the markets, lie could illustrate these propositions, if necessary. The political aspect of the matter is also important. Our constitution the right of self government, and the capacity of man f >r self gnverumtut. How is a man to govern himself, or to make laws or constitutions, when he is struggling for existence' To do so. a man must feel (he dignity of labor, and know that his labor will give him a support. Political economists have made a great mistake as to what constitutes the weulth of a eountiy It is not money, or lakes, or rivers, or any tiling else hut labor, which makes a nation wealthy uud prosperous (Applause.) if we were disposed to look over the history of the past, it would be found that the want of this principle was the cause of the destruc tion of the republics of and of other in tious. (low was it with \euice? She get out with bright hopes; but there was too little attention paid to labor, and they fell, a warning to republics. So it whs with every other republic; and he prayed to tiod that our republic may not fall, lie believed that if the tuouopo. lists tie allowed to take the public lands, a great step will be taken mi that direction. A population placed at the mi rey of employers cannot he free uien. Another orator made a speech, and contended that the lurnl fiom which we derive our food, should lie as free as . tin water with which we slake ourthirsl. He contended that I he people s sovereignty run be maintained only In land reform. Possession of the soil, he has been in all ages ttie emblem of sovereignty If there w ere no other argument iu favor of land reform, this- woibd be suffl-ient for the purpose. Instead of land reform bein ' engrafted on democracy he contended that democracy , Should b? engrafted u|s.n land reform. The principle ii adopted l.y myriads tf American citizens, and sooner or later it w ill pievail A member of the Industrial Congress said this was a great day for the democracy. A banner has been raised, unuer which democracy will be victorious. To lie victorious they must lav in advance of their opponents ! in progress. At the time of the United States Bank, the democrncts were in advance of the whig*, and the result was that the whip's were beuteu and cried ?? pecavia " bee how tenderly Mr Webster handled this subject, the j Oth r day. in Buffalo. Now he (the speaker), professed to ' know something of the views of the people of this 8t :lc : on the subject, und he knew that the principles of'laud reform would meet with a hearty amen from the people Let the voice of to-night go forth, and no power on earth ' can suppress it Let our deu.t eratic orators go forth and ! prea. h this doctrine, and every uiun shall have a home ; of his own. The evils of land lie in .poly are felt in this I Mate, as weh us in other parts f the country. In this 1 Mate, there is land which never f. it a spade or a plough, sufficient to feed the people n| the whole Mate; but it is covered by a sheep sxiti?the most stretchy of all skin? and (lie r nsequeuce is it is unproductive Por liim-.-lf, he travelled the country, and spoke to tie people ou land reform He told them that when tin it- orators and clergymen would commence to advocate the principle, he would cea.e doing so. 1 hey have so come out, ami lie does not now appear iu public, except occasionally, when called on ' Mia.: was called upon to address the meeting, but he diedined, ou the ground that he would have no thing :o do wilh bare burners?that the Union question must be settled in Tammany Hall before he would con sent to speak on any other subject. The following resolutions w.-re then read and adopted: ..I r!V I 1 to Isaac f. Walker is justly due the prou l sst acknowledgment! a people's era-nude oaa beat iw for "nt'f'"* ad.o< acy of the right., of labor, hi. uad. Ins- and consistenti course a. a statesman, on all question* ill. 1 ting the welfare of ?nr foanou country, and ins lear e-s I hampionship of the rights of occupants of the soil over the nil leeuary Speculator? therefore, .V '1' all;w" ?:'??nate- l-aae IV Walker, of Wiscnn- i ?In, a* the candidate of tho democratic party Tor the l'rcsi dcnoyialsW, subject to the National lb "mocratio Conven- ' ton, believing that hie name will inspire conhd-nce anion- I the people, and serve to restore that uco.n und harmony so ! iT .r7Ie"nT?-?nW.ttnUmPh dt'Uocriaic Prinidpl.j .a the j These resolutions were proposed with the understand- I lug that they should tie subject to the decision of the I rational I><-mocr*tic! ConTcutmn. One or two other speeches were made, and the meetiug adjourned. ' Slngrmrn'i F-xrunion.?The inont elegant Turn-Out aud Kiciirsioo of the season was made a ftw dais iy a parte of Maaernen and others into WeaUlirster. They were provided by Messrs. K J. J vwn sos A Co. toro printers o' the Brsi ry and Brand street stages,) ?1th a new and beautiful Omnibus and six splendid aud well uialehtd bay Horses?forming a team thai rannwt be easily e,milled u* M'y*,ukli,l'?eit >" New Vork. Taking tiie Old Boston l'"<) made a tour thronyh thr eastern aectioa of M ? stcliester bounty to White I'lain- and back-occupying thr.e < r tour days in ihe must agreeable manner. 8p- akin - IroBji experience, we can say that no "rural disiri.-t'' iu the neighbor) -ml of New 1 ork affords so pleasant, health, ntel interesting a retrrat from the uoise and hustle and pestilent odors of the city, as does the ronnty of Westchester. In the ticiutt) ol White I'll ins, particularly?where our ex.-ur ?loutals tarried a couple ol days-the means of enjoyment ere peculiar and abundant, and such as no Amrri an would lull to appreciate : the scene ol one of Washington's hardest battles?every hill valley. and stream is noted in rem. m bran.e of some lurldent of the struggle. Daring the sojourn of our omnibus party II this place, we w ere c xrelleut; y entertained at the hotel of Mr. II. ( rawlord to Whom ... r a. know led, ments are du> lor his kind attentions nndgm.d fellowship, lo our old Inend. Alderman Abraham . I? ' *Uo' .** ?** nnder i articular obligation* for entertainment at bis l.oue.tea I (n. ar Bel ham bridge) ou our way both to and from W Idle I'lains. In fact, all with wb. n. we had intercourse conirliutej gen. r?uely to ?? ir Comfort. May the "goodtimo" speedily reour. ? Splendid Frtnrh Porcelain WedallngCarda, tlhtrUtilltMl and I'.ain at)let, tliganlly and faatuonably wmtd h pM Hi >*l rt. Alia, > irrj Imi baaagtmini it Frtmh nud Engliah aihtr tmk*m4 and plain par. i? lain Mrddin* En?ilop??, H ???? II alar*. at Kiurltlla, liroadway, corner of Ouatu at rut On A he ml ? A Ithoiigh ?? hnvr gone nllrnd dhtraring all competitor* in the held of niterprlae, and al though a. una ueeupy I.iirli vantage around tn the Dotting world, yet w? are m l intoxicated aitli ouraaceeai. but, Ilka our friend Crockett (belli: aora aire rijtit) w? are deter mined to 1 rep going ah ad. nud chon'd tliafe le any incn dnl< in in tlie rntiimiinity. tliey haea but t? (tap into tin ? tore el tlie llat I illnl era I'mon und eeamine tl.a enlrndid ? ti ck of llat- < aja. Ac., there dlaplayed, to dia|>e( avry doubt. No. Ill'ara Row cplnaita tlia Aator Uoule. N H ? Remember, that the llat Finiehera' Colon. No. II Cark Kow, la the only naaiM lation of |iraetical batur* In tlua city. No I ranch aturia. Knot haa done It?Vent In lee, the ennlent ti me aa ho*c yat oaon thla a*ae< n ia knoi a Kin ky M ain tain Better. A lifkt af tNem It lii'rtilltr of llannrli and woollen garment*. and wearing one remlera lit poaaeganr eomfoital le, iu apiti of the heat al tha w rather. Knox ha* a >ary eAtonalVr aee rtnii nt of -tr*w hata. and hiaat k of thUure n a hat? and rap* it really elerant, Knox'a natal - llel tnent la at l> ( niton itreet, ad.nininc the dun nad op idelta thn llrald dirt. flenln'a varied aaanrtiiirnt of light and dael H i bummer llata (dreaa aad nndre**) nompriae the fo|. lowing ? Horko V optain Mliery II. arert, H liltr llro ".. Nilt er llrnah, I'r. nrh Crey Heattr. Fr?neh Felt (whit* and drat ) frit white Panama*. l.ealirn. Punatat'.. Pa tni nd Praid Kiee Ptraw, China Pearl, with numoroti *?. l a, orlyinal and . tier, ?f rool Si nntf < apa. An ; ?n the whole, by lat the u..-at attentive nnd ekguut lUi in tha ? ity. 1.I.N IS, 214 Urondway, oppooiU Ft. I'a-it'a. At the Unlnn llat Store, IIO Kulton ntreet, ran ran get white bea eer hat- for $.1 ami >1. and Paimra f. r Ni, *- V), p.'t, and >1 Tlit* ia lb I ultou tttect bavin* B.i n k. Iletota, Mhoea, nnd flatter*, at Jnnrc'a, 14 Ann 'In -t. That ta the b**t Mae* to ge I gad Mat I'-itlier eketp. I'leaae i nil and etatnia* (hea- Corel.**.' a .ere y. or ju.trnnt dictate*. Ham nih?r JON KB, It Ana atrte'.. near the Mux on. ?tor* Dealer* are reaper tf wily laivtted la U'.n iiir nnr ctoek of uaeiualle I a-- rtnaent of St ?????. W? havtjn.t got ant a new Air tight Cooking Atovc I r 141. at a Odd rttnp Alio lit ?i,ee nf aupiin- r 1. mace*. wl.irb raw ti Band with ar wltlmot an oren, toe ? wly thing of tha kind it Market. ABEN f'KOTM. BKOTUERB. 117 Bnakaan it Mfrangern ?There are many atranger* lit the city at | r? ?? at. aad tl.ey ha<e found No. 701 anal etre. t ?ae of the tn lata at attra* tn n. oa aerount id the l.-auti'al Carpet*. Bag* and Otlelath* there Meat of them hati l termined to entry away with fhepi a lot ?fth<*.< pe tty good*, aa they can ba obtained reaaonably at PhriltbuS ?. W*rld'a Fair?V 1*11era to the World** Fair ar. Invited taeaaailne ti.. auhtari) ? r aatm k of Pr-reing (nana, liny a a. H met eampwrt and uitful arttrh I tha kind manufactured. containing all that la neeea-ir? for tha toilet of the treat fnetidiona. ill SUCK*, I IT Ural at y, rarairol at., and >J llriadway. Couth Factory, 3?*T IIroodtt ay?f.atllra are feat- vitally it 1 lied to aaamiat thi* finite aeleatiu* of hp *a 4 1 Bitai tie ? ktiely la, beyand all donld, the gr*"te*t in th altv. '1 mpnalng tha moat hoaatifal 01 ? n work in ahell and hnttnio horn. i'aanba repaired nnd mncc to order 4 k J. SAlNDF.RS. a* Prow all thlngn. hold fat that whleh la flood."?flofle'a Elertrli fla r Pye i? ai w on thi ineraaao in i-nblle *-tiai*ti?a. ami tower* far aboee anything of a .lirt lar nalnr- eeag invented All thnae who have be. n uaing tha halrdyea heretofore Invented, nte dBrf. etlv latontal a t at it 1 manifold vlrtnea. and it ia now hailed a Ith'delight at the toi let nl beanty. Mate and faehten Thi-. with Itoelc'c aele I rated Hyperion Fluid, may be had of A II A fi land*, lift Falton atreet, Knatton, (lark K Co, 27.1 Broadway; fnrr A Co., nnd Hriaham At Day, I'earl atr-et. New l'otk, and by the draggiata ganerally. A firm for thr Toilet?Dr. J. A. Catmmlnga* '?tr.plete iet of Cental toilet article*, emtrarlng n hott!. of rcnonm Troth H'aah, n k g >t titntlfhoe, tooth broah. oeange wood yl-ka. Ar . only 11 Nt f r r|e?n*ing in I pre aervmr the teeth and gnma. and purl/lng th-hreath, fir gantly and rrmpaetly gmt up in n mat raer, and eeryron reaient I' r travelling purpr-aa*; alrop-aklng n rery *?? fill : and teanttfnl pre*, nt Tooth B"a*h, 7> eenla: f?*ntlfrino, 1 ffi and fit eent* Per ea'r by A HA P. fanda, lf?? Fait, a atrret; C. II Ring, I'M Rroadaar II *' Tattle, Wi Itri-O-I *ay; lp H. Cary A IV. 3M I'vagl atfret. ' It's a Pul.-You ran partluw Flaar MI Cloths, trolu one lu two yards wide. at 3a. and 4a. par yard kruutuul Iukrai 11 Carpets, at .V 4a. aad 5a. per yard three ply Carpal# ua. (.?!.. 7a . ha. aud fa. par yard, at Nu. W b? a try. 14 IK A If A N DaR Ida' 8? tin* ealrlratud, largait amC rlira|wat aatabliahmrot In the United St a tea. The greatest. Lartiiul ever offered Vapor and Sulphur Hatha, Hlu-nmatlsm. Cold#. Couyha. Mercurial complaint*, and Eruptious of the Mm -The patronage and recommendations received the pant 'J7 year*. from the most eminent of the la, ulty, deuion atratc the efficacy of K. J Carroll's Medicated. Tapir. Sul phur, and Iodine Hatha. No. 4 Great J one, struct, aa a rente dy for the above complaints. Gouraud'i Liquid Hair Dye Instantly con Torts red or gray liair to or black. Gourand's Italian Hxiicated K. ap tur?J 'an. pimplea, freckles. . ruptiona, etc. Gouraud'a I'oudre Subtile eradicates hair front upper lips, face, or any part of the body?warranted. Go trand't Li nn id Rouge. for pale lip< and cheeks; Lily White. Hair Re storative, etc.. are all tonnd at I'r. 1'El.IX (IOCRAUD'9 old established Labors tore, i!7 Wslkar street, best store front Broadway; t'allender. -o> Mouth Third atreet, Philadelphia. Dr. Roger*' Syrup of Liverwort, Tar, ami CanchaUfaa. the great remedy for Oougk#, I'oids, Iaffuenxa Catarrh. Spitting of lilood, nnd all other long eomplainte tending to eonanniption. Depot, A. I,. SCOVII.L .V CO., Sid llroadway. Price, in large bottle.-, bil.or three bottles for St a A Favorite Uemttly.-'VVc believe no medl cine in the world ban ever given Mich astonishing proof of itr tfHcaoyin restoring health aud strength, us the Oeygeuated Bitte rs. In caaea or Dyspepsia and Gcnerul Debility of lite system, thi. midii ino acta in the most agreeable munner, re storing health and i beeri'ulm ss. when all otl er r nnadies and preac riptions have failed. Pamphlets containing certificate* Of ths most rem ark :i hie cores may he had gratuitously ol the agents. Koranic hy A. II At I). Funds, l'K> Fulton strmt A. I., -teovili At Co . .1111 ai"l C. II. Ring. lUi Hr<>udway; J. A. I. Coddincton, 103 IInils, u street, and 715 llroadway; E. M Guion. ItT Uowery, corner of Grand street; Hall. Ruckle k Co., 'US Greenwich street, aud by druggists generally m the United States and i'unad i. MONK V MARKET. Tuesday, June 3? 6 P. M The stock market continue* buoyant. (J notations foi most of the stock* on the lint are ml vane inn Oue ot two railroad ri cnritivs iire depreciating, notwithstanding the great efforts made to rmstain them. We allude par icularly to the Erie Railroad stock and lower class ol bond*. Our nnticipa ions relative to tliis stock h:iv< been fully realized It will be recollected that we at triluted the recent rise in priee to the excitement at tending the opening of the road through to Dunkirk and we remarked ut the tune, that as soon as the great festival wus over the market value of the stock woulu depreoiate All this ha* taken place, the stock is now tin per ecnt lower than at the opening of the road, and the probability is ttint prices will steadily settle down, until a point pi mewhere in tbo vicinity of the iutriusic value ot the stock il reached. It wi uld puzzle almost any on* to tell where that 1*. The earnings for May amounted to $174,345 12. against. <? 148.220 65 for the c rresponding month last year, showing an increase of only $26,118 57 for an additional length <f road of about one hundred miles, from which business was drawn part of the month. It is our impression that the net income for Hay. 1861 was considerably less than for May. 1S50. Large lots of stock were sold to-day on time, sellers' option, llarlem and Reading Kallrt ad were llriu at our quotations Il<,tli were in demand, and holders by no nu ins disposec' to sell, except at an advance. It is our (pinion?and w? wish to place it on record?that the position of Erie and llarlem Railroad stock, in the scale of prices, will be reversed in less than twelve months, llarlem will go up to where Erie Railroad now is. and Erie will come down tc where llarlem now is. Reading Railroad is sustained by the force of speculation. It la in the hauds of |mrtie. who have the means to carry, if ue -essury. a good portion of the whole capital stock, and the probability Is that prices will touch higher points. Long Island Railroad i pri tty -toady; but there is not mucti activity in the stock Canton is dull, but lirin. Kdgvworth Co. improving. Portsmiuth Dry Dock depressed and depreciating. The receipts at the office of the Assistant Treasurer ol this port, to-day. amounted tw $74,363; payments. $09, 326 72?balance. $2 236 (122 28. There has been an active demand for foreign exchange for remittances by the steamship Africa to-morrow (Wed nesday), and rates have been firmly maintained. H't quote bills on London 10'4 a 10\ per cent premium; or I'aris. 6f. 8\ a 5f 7>? Amsterdam. 41a41; Bremen. 70 a 79 V- Hamburg. 36 V a 37. The steamer will not take cut a very large amount of specie. The amount of specie imported into Boston for the month of May. was $85,056. of which $61,026 was gold and $34,120 silver The amount exported was $100,758 of which $100,800 wa? American gold The news from California is Interesting and important The mines continue to yield abundantly, and the ap proaching season promisit to be a very prosperous one According to the accounts received by this arrival, both, public and private, the production of gold in California, during the year 1851. will so far exceed that of any pre vious year, as to astouish the world. The statement Wi published yesterday of the exports of gold iluit from Ban Francisco, in each of thr first three mouths of 1860 and 1851. shows an increase of several millions in the ship' ments this year. The rt turns for April show a large ex. portation: but they are not official, and can net be oouv pa-atlvely given In April, last year, the diipmeuts of gold dust from Pan Francisco amounted to >2.Jul,000 ac cording to the Custom House returns. This year they were more than double that amount, and as the season advances, they are likely to exhibit even a greater pel rent increase. By the steamers Empire City at>d N?rtb America, we are in receipt of nearly three million* of dollars In gold dust, aud the Falcon will prol-ably take a large amount from Cliagres to New Orleans The steam, era (iTcgon and Republic, at i'aiiuma from Pan Fran cisco. brought down upwards of two millions in gold dust on freight, and it is estimated, from the Urge number of I-neseager* and the character of the homeward Itound travellers that full as much more was on board hi trunks and carpet bags. The receipts at the mint show abouh the amount brought home by passengers aud on freight. ea< h month The mint operations during the in "nth of May were as sonexed ? C P. Mist. I'mii adii mi*?Cotwact row May, 1851. UOLP. 86.747 Double Eagle* $1.734 940 26,606 Eagles J66C6O 43 000 Half Eagles 215,000 324 676 ijiihi tor Eagles <60 422.682 Hold Dollars 422.682 803.800 I'ieces $3,201.26*. 1.254100 Three Cent Pieces 37.638 iorrta. Of9.000 Cent# 0U99 3.028.560 Pieees $1.248 509 Totsl gold bullion deposited f..r coiusge from 1st tc 31st May. 1*51, Inclusive ? Fr-m California $.1,205.000 *? other sources f?i is* $1271.200 Pilver bullion deposited in same time 14.800 The coinage in pieces, during this month, is believe! to have exceeded sny ever before execut.-d at the mint within the same time. Of the smaller gold eolns, a largo amount has been accumulated beyond the demands ol the depositor*. A very large amount of work ha* been done during lb* month, though the value of the coinagi 1- not much mater than for the month of April?only $.'? .*46 The numlMT of pieces eolned t? greatly in efi-asrd Wing as 3.U28.3M in .May to I tft At,2'< iu April, ot 1 Mi 1*6 more in May than In April Tbeexcess of pieces t-< t. ainly made u, Ironi the new three cent fin There Is, however, a handsome increase of half and quarter ea gles and of gold dollars. With the exception of the s|l. v. r used in the f mage of the three cot pte?e? there lias hi n tin silrer coined during Ills month Though ? e are gratified in Wing at Is to notice an increase nt mall gold coin, there is still quite a large proportion of th< whole ralue In double eagles?nearly one and three quarter millions out of $3 261 262 According to the ('u*ti m House of Pan FranelMti. the hipments of gold dti-t from that port tn May, |8Mq gnu-unfed to $j 75p*tsl This year, the amount of Call toruia gold deposited in the mint at I'hilmlelphla for coinage during the month if May. was $ l ju.",.i?0 Al here stati ments confirm the opinion wc h ive frequent \ e> pr.-g.-d. tht t Califoraid will in the production of gotve his yeei, aatvnlsh the world. Hlo. k En ha n* $?'*?? I' 8 ?'?. "1(7 |J, (, KXt ; PrilB ft e 8.V) sr. I V ??**? trie lae, 71 t. g* 9ft', 10* '?* ?' < hill I "? . 5 : it a A *?>.,? ? r:; WNAmTrvtt I0'i *?> Heading Kit Mi 17" Kdgrwertb Ce ftftti do W _ 4? gV Jut) do hi# -d' ft Bk N Aaeri.g rci* 8*14; MPS JJJJa Iriaad RK V# 2! W0 *.. sou .*? i- i", m *. ww so MEritRR *8kg .?**) de 810 W1: ?*(' ?* .t? 8ft ftfd do 8HI U'fi !:5 i# IM 4a *N ittt, gj 4e 84100 do a* .vi*J 1,0 4# *10 MO do at 2! i? ,"',n m - 4< ? _ Mm ?' ' ?(' 4e *10 KM, l.V) Portsmouth DD ?i JW 4o **?, All do bW ft ' !<*? llarlem RR ;*?, KW do at* 8'! do *>XI 78', 12ft Stoaingtta RR 44 HECOVp HOARD. 71 S !2,h,II*,4'*K*R*8W Vrig PMt do |iv 4o -mm; JhWPR dJMT 11'H ?'Krl?RK rWhvl NUB F.rle tier. 7 per eeat par t", do ? 7W*h* Readiag RK Mil, itai do hai mic hfl do * *10 ttj M do Ml *?? 4? !*'S to do 84*u ?? do aid ftp., j) do WW 2IW do be" tgl fgi do mi *"4 PtoBiBgton RR 44 " IW if bin Z; ^Urmf" Ttv,i 71 WW?y|? RKUFWKD FVCRT OAT. in nee. elia rfartoBi RR WW 76 , du ?4 4a 81# " riRB AMI. IklATIoNAL A' ADRMV OF DRPIOI* -TtlR TWRMTT Av iittli Anansi Rv' it i?ien of ths Arsdentf is eow opom to Vie ffi81|s, at tbrir Oallsrtos. Ifo ?? Itfadway, oppeolta ?end street, frrm * A. M. aatll 10 P. ? Admittaao* If ssnts; feasnn t*-8st?. Ml eswto: Mtalogwod, MM seat*. Be order td tbo Coon'it. _ J. B. BBIOtaCB. Cot- Btoretory. * Aa

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