Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 12, 1851, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 12, 1851 Page 1
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I 1 i TH V 4 ^ WHOLE NO. 6866. DOUBLE SHEET\ THE MARSHALL TKRTIMONIAL. irf~1 BAND DRAMATIC JlIBlLtl *BJr in ho no h or 1. A. MARSHALL, HQ , AT CASTLE GARDEN. THIS OA T ( Tl'fftDAV). APS. I2rx. PROGRAMME. Ths Risen tire Commutes hare ths honor to announce th annexed Bmrramme of performances, with ths tins a vhioh eaoh will commence:? At 10 o'clock. A M . pi ccntly. Orand Overture by the Oreleetra. -Leader Dr. Cuanlngtoa To be followed by RUB KUI. Third Aot. ' Bob Roy McOrecor Camnbsil Mr. Anderssn (The (rent Wlaard of the North.) lallleNlool Jarrie Chippendale ISir Frederick Vernon Bur sees .Oounal. Shaw Raehlel*h Oebaldistone Harris Captain Thornton 0. Jordan A'ranciAUsbal die tone W H. Hamilton Robert* Miss f. Deiring Bamish Miss Wallis Highlanders Mauri. Dei ring and Oourley 'Helen JfcOreger Madame Ponisl -Otabn Vernon Mr a. Conway Highlander!, English Soldiers, bo. bo. At 20 minulrt before 11 u'llnek, A. Af. -5*aa da Daug by Mile. Adeline and Signor Nert At 11 o'clock, A. Af. HOW TO PAY THE REKT, Morgan Rattler, (in whieh character ha will aing several el hie celebrated aunga,) Mr. OoUlm Mr. Miller Whltim 'dwell Billy Harrii Blow Hard W. U. Hamiltoa . Hchooter Qoarl a] Star the Olate Deerinf Pay the Reckoning. ... Wharton Unufy f Burgcu Porter Wrighi MraConscience Mrs. Deerini Aitty Miaa J. Gongenheiin Hetty Misa Carman At \Sminutcs before 12 o clock. A. Af. 'X*M Seul Mlae JuliaTurnbuU, At 12 oclock, UN ACTE BE KEAN, Par Alexander Dumaa. Principal aharaeteri by Mr. Robert Kemp and Mile D'Armcot, At V> minutes pool 12 o'clock. TbE makriMatti family, Extraordinary Chair Feats by tha Martlnettia. Aatoniahing Feat* with Stilts by M. Jullea. In which he will throw a Somerset; one of the greatest .cats erar attempted. At luteinizes before I o'clock, P. it, . . Tae Company of the OHUMaN National THEATRE, . of the Otympio. Manager .G. Burgtthal. Leader of the Orchestra Uerr T. W. Kanken HE WEIBI.ICIIE SCHII.DIVACUE, The Female Sentinol. A Vaudeville in one act, by Mr. Friudriok; composed by E. Stelgmaan. Mother Anton. Madame F Schmidt; Anton, her ion, Uerr Uoym; Kcta. Madame Kenkul; Jacob. Uerr Renleb; ll .uj. Hair Kenkel; Caspar. Uerr Zimmetuana; lliut, llcrr ll.rrjnaaa; Peter, Uerr Wcn*la?sxi. Intermission till 2 o'clock, P. P, At 2 o'clock. P. it. THE CRAND ITALIAN OPERA COMPAVT. Under the direction of Max Maretsek, Esq., the opera of 2Kb AM. First act; by YordL ?"lvira. Signora Tniffl-B?ned?t'i. IraanL Signor lliuiil. Carlos V Signor Bene* .. ta , iiylva Signer Mar.ui. KOMEO AN11 OIULIEri'A. Third Act; by Vaiegj. Romeo Stem re Caroliae Vlctti. <SiulietU . Mis* v irginia W'Lituig. Ll'CIA DI LAMMEKMOOR. Second Aot; by Doniiotti. 'itioii ^irnoPK An?RllniRiia(A. dgardo Sinaor liettiai. JtrnAibtoi ...Slnor Badiali"Xaiaioudo Sinner Oolettl. Mian SiKuu; Aroyadro. LA 1'AVOKITA. Fourth Act; by Doairetti. Vmtri dl GuHum Sinaora Trufli Beaedetti. Yeraaado Siyaor Lorini. Baltharar. ... Sinaor Coletu. Ll'f KEZIA lORdlA. Second Act; by Doauetti. Cennaro , Si/nor Salri. AIi-Iiobm . lienor Marlnt. oiacreiu Swnora ? > ?<>. With the Grand Chorue of the Company. Condaowir Mai Marettok. E?i. Mar at re Sinaor Ardill. Leader* ! INeri. Kreutiur and Lirtti. Ckerut Maaier Mr. licniler. ' latersuMion till 30 minatce pa*t 6 o'clock, P. M. ?1l ?l MillUtri net( 8 o'clock, P. M. SCliUUL luK SCANUaL. Blr Peter Teaila Mr. Riohini* Clirer Surface .. ,. .Coutdook (Who** abaeaca La* only enabled tlio Committee to avail thoairlrea ofhU aertloe* at a late hour aad la tbi* character. ) Ckarleo Surface Buchanan loecph Harface. Neefte Sir Barry Buaiper (with aeoan) Bialiop Sir Btajaatiu Backbite Brougham Rowley .Bnrreee. Trip C. tr. CI irke. .Mom* U. Tathill. Saab* .Pope. Oabtroe Whiting. Carulaaa . sh w. Servant to Mr I'etrr Wharton. " Lady Sooorwell Wright. " Joecph Surface .Hoarier. -"Lady Teatle Mde. Ponlei. -Mr?. Caadoar. Mlaa Kate Horn. Lady Saerrweii Mr* Abbott. Idaria Mice A. Gouyeahelm. fl 13 minutet put 9 o'clock P.M.. Addrtea pb behalf of Mr. Marahall. b* Mr. Mlokiaa. ?' 3U mnmri rati 9 o'tlofk, P. Si. ORAM) Itl V ART ISM 'NT r tni (oi'iur rtiiiv. ftl Jaloa 4* Xara? .. by. Mil*. Carolina Rnaaaat. La Polka Natiuaala... by... MUot Thertaine itl .Malai.ta KommI, 'VaXan by M'lla Claaaatlna Rauaaat. 2-* MaaotA... by. ,,. VUn Caroline aad Adelaide U-uwt. .It WaY/ach, P Si. Tbawhola latartatamont will o >aoiu<lt with th? r*ri?<l nd aatrat r4laary performance ni the ravei. family. Th? alaaair acaaa, cell?<l tl>. Thr>a O.ladietora, by lha . hraa brother*, Frnncla Autoine, and Jerome Kaval. Tha aarprieiax it 1 daring fcb'-< of tha wood-rfnl Mono. Blondia an tha Tl?bt Rope, whoa* itraorjlaary eehiaro matt bat a atam(ed him ana ot ; ha Grebteat K?P' Daaearr ?f tha aaa. La Btrriaane, by Mile Cduatlat B.-aaak. Milt. fierce, aad Mono. Brillant. Tha celebrated aad > rfgiail J ta Arragen Uac, ly Madame tdaraaitt. Mile. Vict riaa ftai. k, l'roaceU aad Aa'. aa JUvaL .11II t rUxk P. St. A MAONintkN r dim-la r or fireworks ON TNI BITTIIT, Far tha Premium ofTwo tluadiad Dollar*. offered by tha 'IseawMea C'-niaittaa. Mr. faaac I4,t Jam., of Joreey City, and Uadtcld, of Willamabnr*. Dear* ofi at a e'e'eek, A. M. Admiaaiaa?Tlekata to tha bat-rt r?ff'TB?iw, Oaa I> !!ar each. Far aala at tha Rroadwar Th'a?rt aad at the priaripal llataliaad Maaia tHoraa ta tha aHy. Director. Petar Riehiaf*. Jtacictaat Director. George Lawla. aiiii-i trine*. Na aaearat af performance* oaa ha pormlttad, a racial Uiaa hence haan eacigned faracb parformaaan. Tha artlal* will oblige tha Committee an.' tha uan'Ttl Dlraitor. by being . Ireaeed f*r Um atege tan ailantca before lha tlaa far thalr reatiootir* perform mrr at eaeigaad la tha prirammc Tha mwdioaoa art requested It pa" 'a tha tight haad of tba Inaar gattaaiiii \Ad ta pace aat na tha at ier at ta. No patoa oaa r# pnrini' i t j>? ?? in ir^n* ui ?nr " rrnrttn ?uu ?w?*i Ttf front t*t tlflM of i,iu are raaareed t; lh? C'mmllie* <*r th* 0???T?of o? tfc* Ntate. the Barer. and tmn the *1,1- r* of tli* |?ibll jnarnal*. th* irtnu and thatr frienla, vim aill ilm* thilr ririlti-itn for th?ir aaat* to tli* ofllrrr*. A* th* ill%* ana of tha raa only ha yarfait hy *11 II, hi th* adhcoT* *f tha Cammltt** will k?*p the dnnr* what tarepf tlana* the lawriaUdoa* Th* eaanoittoa hart ntt-need to thr rtatilatioa of th* houM l.adiae aad rhilHr n dartny tht day. alllflail f*iaal* attaadaata, whoa* duty i.t< atwdy thnreoaifnyt, ant wh* will dir**t the? with ra ojiot ta olaa.nla* rwfraahmeat. Th* aatlr* aommitta* will *r1 *f Ii?l ?r? ' a tKa CI * ion. and will b* dialla**lah*d hy a Tlhhon apon thaooat ai llar. Tl.ay wl'l attend to th* yaoeral a mfnrt of tha andleni ? and w|i| yrorar* #?ata for ladiaa itod thr yna* braaahra of familUa. U*atlr?ra a ra r* - l oo ted not to tranafrr or al*t away their i her ka. on leatiae the rardea. to *tr*ny*r* and boya oa tl a Battery who nay ak W attain adiaiaaloa la thla manner AlblAMKNVB, I ft r ANT t>RI tl tl f* R -tTAItlllHOTON II AM.. Aim ? vl** . daer above Mble** admittance JUfntt wlnlaraa u t aeati Iter* apra at 7 e'cloek. I*arf?rmaa<ei a? a aieao* at he k. Ti.? la'aai Itro.nmer will appeal . airI t In caar. it'. a with other atiraoti.a*. Thla infant 2J /ii 'J i ' ? ** ?!> d"ln* w nd*ra in the waj of nliia* tna.home Partl-t wl?i,.n? *ood eeateahould en y?Jtn*? dart . th. day. Bet ?.* cyan fr..m IV o'clock IRItRAIdf KR Tub rrooklvn fire inm;ran< r oobpantrharteTed la I'*! Office. 41 r.iltoe atrcet, Dr 'kirn BMrrihonU ffifhaneo. W*i| afreet. k.? T">rh hnee thrli capita) <aa fflffo hiMlmni enrpltm) larrated In the ie?el aadnahted emirtier, and rantiaa" to inaure bnildlnae. iaer 'thaadler fffraltiir*. and nlWr ffiwml rT"'?. ereerla li port aad their i|?.n M farartMe teriaa at aap ethei rataallar laetlteiioa WILLIA* tLU?OBT0. Fn 'dent, dirau a ermterr thav k1.lkhr' uvidb, N?w rnt and riiiuiioiiin ?mr r0r| and Philadelphia direct.?ITaited Rtatee Hall Linofhrvaah la 4H hurt, tie Nea Jcr??? Kellr-nd Para r? Jncad to $A far f rat clean aad *2 IW for eoeoad etaee Leeei Caff Torh at a A M , fro? fnniof Onnrtlendl atraat. aad e< Itll aad S |.> fr' ai loot ef Liberty atrcat Lee re Phi todatphla at I aad f 4. M and P. *.. tfca font m Velaat (Mat, CtdiHK ato a a nor hailkoai> linb pbob t*t? T 1ft ta Philadelphia- Learn Plrr No. I North Rleee, hi ataaaahrat JOHN PottiB. Nomina Mao. at S e'elnch jfpax tyai'Lh? " H??:r i r\ E N E " IV NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. The 8Ut* Elections. I NORTH CAROLINA. Rai.kiok, August 8,1861. Intelligence from the Eighth Congressional district states that Stanley, (whig,) has gtined in Beaufort eoun* ty. 108; in Craven county, 20; and in Washington county, 46. Ruffln, (dem ,) has gained in Wayne county, 40, where his majority is 827; in Lenoire oounty his gain is 6, with a majority of 173; in Greene wusty 6, majority 20; and in Pitt county his gain is 00 Stanley's gain in eight counties is 138, and he is doubtless elected. In the Third district, Dockery. (whig.) has gained 004 in the flee counties heard from. Nothing has yet been heard from the other districts. ALABAMA. Mo*TuoMK?r, Ala., August 9,1861. j Benjamin O. Shields, the Union candidate for Governor, has been elected over llenry W. Collier, secessionist. IOWA. 1sibii4vk OUgUBl V, ib01. The whigs have elected their ticket. In whole or in part, in Dubuque, Jackson, Clinton, Scott, and I.yne conntiea. Delaware county is uncertain. Clinton la probably ( democratic; bo are alao Desmoines and Cedar. i From C'ubu. t Boero*, August 11,1851. J We hare received advices from Clenfucgoe, Cuba, to ( 1st August, when all waa ijuiet at that place, and In all ! the region round about. Examination of John Cookaon for the Murder of bis Wife. Pawtuciit, K I., August 11,1851. John Cockson la now undergoing examination for the murder of his wife at Seckonk. Kdward Kearna. his nephew, who was arrested with him. In New York. U detained as a witness. Cook/on dcnlvs all knowledge of the murder and declares that the body found was not that of his wife, lie admits, however, that he knew suspicion rest(d upon him bsfore he left home, lie asked the 1 oJicers several times If they had found the child, and he made several contradictory statements concerning both his wife and child lie told the man for whom he worked in Seekcnk. that the child was dead, and he wanted money to buiy it. Urvat excitement exista in Pawtucket and Seckonk. Dearth of Use Rev. William M. Koger*. Hnnos, August U, 1851. The Rev. William M. Rogers, a leading minister of this city, who has been lying ill for some time, died in Dor- | Chester at ten o'clock this morning, lie wax born in j Knglund. and ha< been for many years pastor of the 1 Winter street Congregational Church. Visit of tbe Waablngton Riflemen. Albas*, August 11. 1901. Capt. Back * Company D, of Washington tliil m?n ' arrived in the stsaniar Keind*er, this afternoon, and werv highly delighted with their passage. They were | received by Capt. Trigger stierman Kill-men. and escorted 1 { through the principal streets to their haaadqutrters ot Ptunwtx Hall. Tbey are accompanied t y the New York Bras* ltand. The Itiflemun will partake of a aupp?r tendered thorn, and in the morning visit the Coiled Ptates Arsenal at Watervllet. To-morrow evening they will take the Isaac Newton and arrive in New York <>n ' Wednesday morning. Another Murder. Ho. nther, august 11,1M1. During a drunken, quarrel, yesterday, James Barrett truck hi- wife a violent blow on her head with his fist, from the affects of which she died in three k^ars Barrett has been arrested. Discos ery of a Body. Bi'blisstos, Vt., August 11, lP5t. The body of Burdlok .Hprague, of Morristown, mining i for two years past, has been found in Lake Memphrama grg. with his throat cut. The body was la a remarkable j I state of preservation. so aa to be at onoe recognised by j [ hU friends Ppraguu is said to have been Wealthy, and was undoubtedly murdered. The discovery has caused much excitement. The Storm at the Kaet. N?w lla dposp. August 11, 1(131. In W. stp. rt. near this place, the temneat on gaturdav last wu alui.et uupricedcnted Pull frown tree*, fence*. atone walla. cornfield*. he., were levelled to the ! ground Not only glav*. but window lramv.i were de- I I rtroyed by the hall In thin place the ftorm *u very nevere, the rain fall ing in torrent* ; but no nerion* damage waa done Railroad Accident. UiiiiLiiTat, August * IU1. i?n Wednesday evening la?t. when thro.- mile* from j Newberry Court Ilou.e >i ?' a p?---n- , (rain on the , Greenville road waa oapai/*d by a cow ca'chiag la the I brake There wrr? forty paeeonger-, and few of (hem e?-aprd more or lea* injury. No lire" how. for. were loot. Indiana Klaetlon* )ty the follow It g from tho Toledo PMndr. of the ii!h inet., It m-mbi probable that Ihe whig* may hare gained %ao. (h. r member of Congre** in Indiana y>* learn Informally that Mamnel nrent?n. (lint, pendent.) lie* been eleeted to OngreM oter llordun, (d?m ,) In Port Wnyne dletrlrt I Pitch. (dem.,) U eleeted over Coi/ax, (whig,) In the f.o. ganetiort ulntrict Toledo 1* a p. lot of ea-y commnnication with the abofe dietricte. Intelligence front the Bahama Ialauda. Vie received, laat nlfbt. tho Noaaau (N IV) (iuarth.m to the 10th alt , Inrlaeive. The only Homo of any Internet are the following ? The i fflclal return* of the population ?f the Bahama leUnde. ae taken on the UOth March laat. app-artrv in thin evening'* ImpreMion. It may be Interesting to our reader* to compare the preeeot reaou* with the laet. in order tar bow the ratio la which the Inhabltaata of the fartou* inland* within thin gov eminent have Increaoad nine* that pe riod /<t.f Prnntl Crnrut. Cm? ?*. Naw Prorldanc* MM 8.14'.? (MO! Me. llarW I aland 1.746 1.840 94 Inc. Kh-utbara i Inclinline i t?T?ni,h Weill and 8.712 4.010 891 0*>?) j Rub coy .VO 854 298 " Crocked I *l?uJ M8 lo"4 147 ? 8t Salvador 074 1.828 1 164 Krutna 1 f?2 SO-T 346 ? l."?K faland MM 1 477 191 ? A'?oo 1800 2 011 121 Ragged Inland 81.7 .747 34 I Ardrra If land. 7-V> 1.0-70 271 ' , Otinil IWinaa 812 "t! 110 " Barry Inland* 101 KM 74 fc | Rimini and Onn Cay... ? l.m 150 * Walling'" InUnd 316 .784 rW " I Inagna 173 6.70 360 M (Imi Cay ? 7 7 ? CayBal ? 11 11 ? | 2.1 HI 77?ll? 4 844 Th? grand total of the la*4 caiman wot At 491, but. la | making the at??n? c*lrnl*(l<>n*. hare deducted tha population nftbr Turk* Inland*. Catena and Mayagttanv i amounting t? <7.000. from the Drat column, the ?e inland* I batng now nndar a ?cparati gorarument | New Pn > Idacra t< tha only Inland In which a daeraiw I ' of pnpulath n ban oaanrrad and thU May *a?ily ha aa <-"utn?'i i* r wn? a *? rmrniwr ini* * inijnii'JTi ' ! i*r? r rw lo Diinmf*. Jamaica and Honduras which took plant ?tnr tun* ?looi ui.d the trior* rro?nt rvmoral of many mocha nlna labor# ra ke . to lungon T I. p | ula I Ion of ?<t dalvail< r ha.* Inrr#a*r I nearly threefold (nil that of Inaifna ha t? < n m >n> than tr* Mr it Th# proportion of mainto frtnalra la gn>at#r to all thr Wand# rtc#pt Nrw I'mridi no# Aba#o. aud (Irrra fay. whi r# the trmaln number rnffiebntlj atrnnnto fir* thiin a majority of 2t> In th# it rim. I total, tn tYatllng'a , lair ml thr numb#ra of both > \rf arr ritual [ Th. Iota. lnrr?a?rof population within thr llahnmar la ' 4 .'144 ! Wi harr tr-i'M kindly liiri r*d with thr following >tatrf nunt if i rport? of pinrappl#? t'i m tlirarnor ? lla* - fcU-nthrru. during thr .(narter rndtng 00th 'unr, IX' *rni f*rir? May 'Jl?To New York gjto 9a, Id d***. ' ?To London 2iki ? A " tl?To Ni w Vnrk. 2.M0 i ? ?To l ondon >l ago 0 3 0 10?To ' 1 700 6 .1 " ? Jun# 8?To Now York 1000 2 1 " I 0?To I.on Ion 2 &10 6 3 " I 1?To ...... I MO Jk?To Nrw York 4000 2 t -To Ihliad* phta lono 2 1 ? 1 Total MM* Th# difrrrnra In prtc# hrtwnn th# ptnaapnl** ahtpprd for th# tlnltrd Btataa and th-a# ahtpprd for X. mdan ' ar'.tn fr**ui tl? 3Urr \rta% rtporf-1 >? tk? two " W YO . * *r V IOENTNG EDITION?TU ESI Common Council. board or aldermen. Auot rr 11?The Board assembled at 6 o'clock P. M. Alderman Morgana, President, in the cbai . CHUr or roLirr. It waa expected that th? report about the nomination of Mr. Mateell an Chief of Police would hare coiue up thia evening, and there waa a considerable crowd in attendance to witness the proceedinge ; but the report waa . not ready, and the committee are called together to meet at 11 o'clock on Tuesday forenoon, and it la expected the report will be prevented on Tuesday evening. I tii* i?i w parks qi'iarion?coai.kaa'a hook. Alileriu&n Morgana olfered a resolution requesting the I committee whioh has the charge of the subject of new I parka, to inquire into and report upon the expediency of l appropriating the grounds known as Corlear's ilook, coin- I ! mencing at tne corner of Qrand and Corlear'a street, and running thence easterly to the south side ofUrand strict ! and Division avenue ferry, and from the place of begiu- i 1 nlntr E/iutKArl* Ia iKu ?k.. -?? *?* n?1 ' - 4 r ?rv ???? ouu ui wuo |iier iuui oi uunoar * street. for the purposes of a'publlc park, tilling up the water so a* to give the park a circular front on the water The resolution was adopted unanimously. thk vitension or canal sthket. A numerously signed remonatranoe from the owner* of property, iuterented In the proposal for opening and extending Canal at., wac laid before the Board, stating that , tin y were prepared to defeat the application for the ex* ten-ion before the Supreme Court, If the matter hail be?u brought to a hearing upon the original application. That such hearing was avoided, and the paper.* kept back from court to prevent su;h defeat. That alter a long and troublesome delay, the matter la now nought to be revived. and new anil more vexatious proceedings to run ; the city, and the owner* of property, to further expenses, , are now in progreaa. The subscribers therefore pray the Common Council may pane a resolution to discontinue said proceedinga. This remonstrance was referred to the Committee on Law. tiie rav or tiiic police. The report of the CommitUe on'Police having been brought up relative to the propo-ed increase of -alary, the cbiiinber,outside the bar, was filled with captain*, assistant -aptaiu*. and policemen, who were watching the proceedings. An amendment war moved that the salary of policemen he at the rate of $000, tor every day they actually serve. A discussion then took place as to whether it was better to adopt the per diem system, or an annual sum. The chief objection to the per diem system was. that it made no provision for sickness , but it was answered by statiug that the Mayor has the power ( to limit the duty or service of every policeoran, and to excuse him if he think tit Aldeiman Donor contended that the law of April 10. i 18(0. prohibited any alteration of tbo salary of the police during their term of office. Alderman Smith thought they ought to look to the interests of the tax-payer* Alderman Ki i.lv said policemen were exposed to danger. ?nd were, therefore, entitled to a good salary. Th? Fourth ward was an instance of the perils to which th'<y were subject Two policemen had beeu kilted In thai ward in the course of one month?a result of the sp -rial legislation that prevailed in this btate for the last nine months- taking away men from the Fourth ward, instead of adding thereto. The amendment was finally adopted, by a rote of 10 to 7. A motion to diminl-h the oaptaln's pay from $H00 to $7.'>0, was lest. ! It -was moved by Alderman R*ai> that, the assistant [ caplaics have >7&0. The motion was loat. t A motion ?ni then made to reduce the salary of the I detail Ma i * It was suggested that the section gave the detailed men who did duty in other wards, less than If they were de- ' tailed in their own ward*. i Aldi rtnan Ban. said it was supposed that detailed men leceived some extra compensation. Those around the < chief might possibly receive something extra, but the in- t specters of carts, and ulHesra attending in courts, re- v ceived no such compensation. lie thought they were as I much < utitied to the iuercaso as other policemen. a Alderman Osu n\ sail the idea of paying detail men i who could at tend theatres and other places of amuse- b mi nt, for which thoy were paid, and go home and hare (' their sleep every night, the same salary with those who li bad to do the work, was pr-posturou-t. This would pro- h I.ably kill the whole bill. JpAld.iman Ban rox said the detail lueu made largely? tl some f'tO or even $11)0 in the week. Aldeiman tin aTt< axt said the del Ail m.n had a b tler choice of rewards. They made soiuotiiu.a p'JOO in s the tW k ? The ordinance as amended was then ad >pt?d. a- follows? C Captains, two it A-n-tant Captain'. tTOo. I'atrot men and s'ergvauts, fOUO si 1>. tailed men. f MO. w All-, kl I IMOI S. Il Communications from the Street Commissioner uoiui g niting Hubert H Bodge for appointment as?'ity curveyor. 111* np| ointunnt ?i. eonlirnied. o I'etiii. ii of John D Wendell and other*, for the extern- si sion ol the KiiSs pavement from its present terminus tireat Jones street, to Washington place, where it would <t intersect a similar pavement Kefcrrcd to the Commit- . u twwMiwta. I d Petition of J UiUisple and others, in favor of taking 1 k up the L at Pier No. 6, Ka-t river, listened to thu j ConimiHse i n Wharves l> lteport of the Committee on finance in favor of rodue- | >1 ing the tex on <>dd 1'rllows'Ifull Adopted ai A oouimiibieatl.-a was received from the Commissioner . Is of Repair* acd Mupplie* relative t? H'vliia(t?n Market. Referred t? the Committee of Repair* and .-upplit* II Ht port of thf committee in favor of itrantinr: th-->-t- ai oluairc uki of Pier 11, Kro-t rirer, to Maidier a Lord Ke- ui fcrnd l<a<k to the Committee. Thr lk>ai>l tlii u adjourned la romui rr awistamt ai.I'Rrmkv. ? A' o 12 ?Tht- B< urU of Aviatanti met last eTrniug ?l Pren-nt thf I'rt-titlt nt in thf chair and a <|Uoniui of 01 BM-aibt nt in their place*. (' mm?**. *' A petition war pre - nted hp liotfrt Uogarl anil other*, 1" for n-acr in Portv-tir?t atrvet. from Sixth to llighth art nut- Referred. '< To have water pip** laid in Forty-fifth atrrot between Pt fOUiI and Third avenue* Referred To ham a newer built in Avenue B, between Thir- | '* teenlh and Fourteenth atrorte Referred ' to To hare mean* uaed to cauie tha llarlem railroad traina to atop at Harlem and to go at a ilower rat* than M atnn-rent keferred. | ?' To have Forty eighth etreet, between Third and Sixth . arum. a. regulated and paved Referred Petition for a rawer in Prince atrvet. Referre 1 1 arroataor t ommiiti r*. In favor of laying pipea and lighting with ga* Sitlet-nth rtreet. between Klxth and Beventh avenue* Adopted Alao. In favor of lighting with oil lttld utreut, t) from the Third avenue to llarlem rimr. Adopted ai Report of the Committee on lluwli. in favor of con- in currence in adoption of reaolutlon to uUer gratiea of rl atroeta between Twenty-eighth and Kifty-eecond itrveU, and Flrat and Third arenuee. Adopted. lo Of Committee on Wharvev. Pier*, and Blip*, concurring In resolution to rttend piera 44 and 4*. Ka?t .1 river, to eiterior line; nle?. to extend pieri XT, 2*. and el XV. Ka*t rirer Ct nrurn j in M Of Committee en Bcwera, in favor of newer in < ham Mi bera atrvet, from oppoaite the new court h >U?e to aewer b> in City Ilall plan Adopted t< Of t'ommlllec on Koada. in favor of w. II and pump in If hi- ntieth atrvet near Third avenue On roncurremet. ir Mtnmd in. la Of Committee on Road*, in far or of grading eighth R ivriuie. from I Ifty-lhird to Fifty fourth *tr>and ret pi ting curb and gutter ?t<-nea therein On roneurrenee tl conrurnd In Report of name eommitti-o, in lavor o4 b lading cr<.?walk? in Third avenue, front tight loth t? M l.ight> tilth etreet Adopted Of aam< ccmmlUee, in <t fart r of regulating and grading ridewalk* in F.igh'h ate- |i nue between Fifty fourth and Klfly fifth atrvet*. h Adopted. b vi in'' i ru.miTiM on i>tr? t? in Mror r>i r<?einnif euro t, and gutter Monet. and repairing iTi?t at met.from I'd- ft or to Thirteenth treet Adopted Fane c< iiimittc* in n faror of wiling curb and mittrr >tonc? In Thirty fourth t ml, between Klghth and Mntli ar, nu<-? Adopted tl Fame committee, in faror of paring anl set tin - curb and ? gutter atone* in Thirty fourth ?tr**t. between Ninth and e 1 i U, ?' i ? VI pted I aiieoi rrtere. a J?e*,lut!on. that a ?*wir be built in Fifty first atrret. ti from b ghth aeenue to the Iludaoa rtrer. liefcrred n That ertwwwalka at tbr corner of Anthony and f lat d dreet*. be repelled Adopted h Hi -o,iitl, n that the Chief Fngineer be requested to J uppn oriatf to IInee Company No 41 one of the bow, ear- a nag, a built on the plan known aa I'ine'i plan Adopted r lliat Amoa Mreet. frem Washington to tha ljudeon h rirrr. V-n pared forthwith Adopted. | That the "idewalk* about Totnpkiaa market be repair ? ! Adopted A lataiit Alderman Boirr r.lTered a reaotutlon direct- | log the Chief of Police to hare the building at the south- ri ell corner of We?t Broadway and Huanr ?treet. taken < I, wn Adopted Re eolntlon. that a aewer be built In tlreenwlch aranue ? n amienrtpg at a point about one hundred faet touth tl of Twelfth etreet. to connect with the aewer in Fixth |< aeenue. Adopted I Keeolntlc* to hare croa* walk-at th lnter-ectlon of 4 the Biwrry and Fourth etreet, raised nnd relaid. I, Advpti d. (?oi.i> LorimiM.?We have ju#t *een a apeeimen, (>|tinl in fineoeaa to the beet California gold It if a tooct* of. nuartr rook oncruated all orer with gold, at d flilrti in all ite reina with that " root of B allerii." It wm brought and exhibited to 11a from ,, lodge Rullnrd'a place, 01 the Knyou Prorincal. ten tuilca fr- tn tbia town l'rotn the faeo of thr conn > try between the Prorincal ato the main road from '<

tbia to Fort Jewnp. we hare often thought that ore* b of different kinda mutt be hid The face of the 1 couttry it aomewhai hiliy, with deep ration be- ^ meet the bi la Coal has been found thore in inrgc B !? ? ?, AMI i*ir l.ee. wno once iiteu wir imrr, brotij(M pwim^B' of wh?i he thought g<-M riu*t to thl* ph?ee, ? be te*ted. ft, however. appea-ed to he mica. Tqe poeimen of which we Apeak i? the real " >:mon Pure." ard no mirtakc ?JVa'dwtweht* (/>l)l*ev >, J*lv 1". Mai In* Affair*. N Cm? ?The Mema.hlp Kmpr* f'T wilfcu ?*Ue| &ft"foor.n for rh**r*?. *<* "? ?ae*. IItr pa-t-M,r* a*m?* ?'il >*f*?u4 la aaother HlW i ??rnmmmm RK H JAY, AUGUST 13, 1851. * L<g*l Intelligence. I>? LUNATICO INQU1KKMIK.' Before Abraham Crist, **4., Professor VaW'ntiue Molt, Jr.. Commissioners, end a Jury of thirteen c.'ti/.enn Alo. 11.?In the Mattrr of John Clark, a tufpattd Jonah*, ?A commission rf inquiry was held tbU evening ia "a* of the Court* of the Common I'leas. City Hall. before the Above commissioner*. to ascertain the state of uiloi of John Clark, of the city of New Vork. surgeon, whither he lea lunatic, or enjoy* lurid interval*, so that he is not sufficient for the government of himself or the management of bl* land* and tenements; and. if, ho. from what time the said John Clark, being in that oonditlon, hath alienated any lands or other property: anil. also, to inquire the value thereof, and who are his heirs aud ut'jii ui am iua unirr tur me cuumjiwi'in w?? i??uau IWm the Suprrm* Court; and it wax directed that the personal attendance of Or Clark should be dispen-od with. if possible. to consequence of his present debidty. irising from a fracture of the thigh The supposed lunatic isamitive of Scotland. and watt formerly medical attendant of tlie late Duke of Atliol. Dr Nicholi. examined by Mr. Carpentler. deposed?I ?m physic tin of tlie Luuailc Asylum at Blooiningdule; Or John Clark, the supposed lunatic. is in tny custody; | besides being a Tery aged man he has a fracture of the right thigh, from which he is unable to attend hero; he la insane; I atn disposed to think it arises from old aire, and his suffering and proe'ration; I do not think lie could be brought down lu re to attend this inquiry with out danger to his life; he is also suffering from diarrluea; I do not think he is sufficient for the government of him self or the management "t his affairs Q ?Do you kuow anything of the property aud ronneetiona of the supKscd lunatic.' A.?I kuow aothtng of bis prope rty; he i s a niece named Mrs Ureeu; he has he?u under my 1 care since the ltith of June. ' To a Juror ? Mis friends say he is HI rears of age he biinself says he is 81; he is irritable, I do not think that ;akitig him to the asylum in the first instance had any 'ITict in producing hut present state of mind; there is lothing to prevent the jury visiting him In the asylum To Pit feesorMott? Ileix unquestionably incapacitated rom managing his affairs; he recognises bis frft-nda; his ' ' collection of the past seems to be good. To the Jury.?I do not think it is customary for perions of that age to liecome insane, but it frequently orins; I think Doctor Clark's disease is consequent upon ild age and the euff< ring- from tin fracture; old ago alone > rould not reduce D Jctor Clark to his present stale; but uffertng from pain and beirg bedridden from the l'raeure have ecuibimd to render him Insane. motor i.udlow?Deposed that he had Hern Doctor Clark ind in bis opinion ho is insane. To the Commissioners.?1 cannot satisfactorily answer ibother his insanity aii es iroiu physical causes Doctor I'. I'. Johnson deposed that be knows the sup>0m d lunatic; be is a 8c itchmau by birth, and witness i loes not know that he hn? erer been naturalized, or that t le holds any real or personal estate; lie is between eighty ind ninety years of site; I perceived hia insanity about m . ri< ntbs ago; I think lie is incapable of managing his af J airs; 1 attribute Ills in anity to oil aye, aud the fructure >f the tbigh, which lias never been united To a Juror?lie has never practised in this country; | le was a surgeon in the nritiah aroiy. and has told me bat be war formerly phy-ician to tlie Duke of Atlml; he las two nieces Mrs. (Jrccn and Mis. Mardenmli ; he lias ' i nephew, Colonel John Clark, of the Itritish army To the Commissioners?Ho has frequently supposed ilic-clf tormented by insects, and told mo t<> look at lit In; ho has taiccd thai a hole wa.* iu the tlojr. and \ bat be was in uangur ot failing through . lie is a baclic- { "i ; apart from these hallucinations, he is not sane ; to j ill iut.nl- and purposes he is an insane man. Doctor Dmtlilt examined l>y Mr. Carpenter?'This ilncss also gave It as his opinion that Doctor Clark is MM1. Mr. Thornton, of the firm of Diyin k Thorton. merliautr. deposed that he kn <ws D vtor Clark : he is a eiy ayeu man ; be lias u nephew in the Drili- U army, tho wa.1 out here some couple of years ago ; Poeior | 'lark is not naturalized ; he has smne property in stories j nd railway shares, to the amount of. I think bctwo u dO noo and VJU.OOC . my partner, who is now in Kurope, j as acted as his aamt: i can't say how long Doctor 1 lark has been in tliu country ; I do not kuow that lie ; as sold ar.y of Iiis property ; I always understood that I is in pLew was his Lair. A Juror (o >lr Carpentier?At whose in-tau- a are | In se prori cdil'gs taken Mr l arpeulier?At the in-tauce of a cr< ditor. Witless to the Commissioner-?I have not noticed I ny difTt recce in bis tiguature of two years ago and ; hen 1 law it last. Mr. Kverctt, Secretary of the New York Has bight ' on pacy, deposed that Doctor Clark hold.-, lifry shares i i tbnf c< mpany ; has not seen him for three years. John W. hlu ppaid deposed that h" had resided lu the : ?me house with puetor Clark; sat up wi'h hiui far tliroe ' n ks: he 1< an insane man. and ineapablc ol minding inirelf; If | w, ot to sleep for a few moment-. hi1 Would 11 out <d' hed and < ' dottor to go out of the house. A juror -If his thigh was broken h <w could be get out f bed f A?l(e used to roll out ot bed; he could not lard up; that was impo'sible. Mrs Pnrtih MacMtllen deposed that she has b n ao- i uaiati d witb D's-tor John Clark about 14 years, lie was early TO years of age when b? caue-to this country; 1 I o not know that he hxaeror tss-u naturalized; I do not j now tli-extent of his property, but I understood hn as W'-aithy, some say to the aim uut of ^lllO.OUO: be tioaelfsaid he was worth about $.V),000; his niece, Mr*. | Dull)* r niece In I'Miudu iN?, Mrs Ureon i* the only re ' itlvt 1>? haa In thla country. Mr Carnenticr aaked tbr .-nniini- loner*'to charge th:it , ootor John Clark wa* inmue, and that hia next of kin n* I'ol. Clark, of the Hriti*>h arm)', and the oth. r p* no at amid. Mr. Cri.?t addnvaed tlx*jury on tin. evidence and the will lie < a >. Prvfracor V. Molt, Jr.. inaddroaiingth? jury (far# it > hir opinion, that tho hallti. iua'iona arc sufficient In low that l>cmtor Clark's property should bo ?'? ej in her hand* tl.nn hi* own Ks the natur. nfhf- Injury, he ftac'.ure of the thigh) h in urable in one >o far a Iinced in year?, he will l?e. for the remainder "f hia life, I hidden and being incapacitated flora tikiur exer* ae.his mind aill giadu.Uiy bo'"iu< more and more uniind Tie room ?n then chared, and in a v.*rv few m nu'.e* tejnry brought In a Terdlet the Dorter John Clark la nan* and has been of uneouud uiind tor the hi>t two leotbi. that hla property la raiued at flu.ouo. and hi* est ol kin are Colonel John Clark, of the British army; Ira. (ireen. of Kail lirrenwieh, It. I.; and Mr? M.Donell. and Mri. Mol'hearaon, ol Canada The Oxford Baakt aM. nr. i iiAim: op pai.sk prktk.mi ks auai.sm mii.k> a. ttthUY?Tint pKciaiox op jfsncK mi" \r* 11 ?T. Yeatarday forcunnn lit II o'cloek, the eounael both fur i? prosecution and Iha defence, and the complainant nd defnndant. assembled accordingfo previous arrange, lent at the Kaeei Market Pullee office, to hear the dealon of (lie niacin!rate Jaillce Muunt/ort than delieered hla derlalon aa tolwa: CiTr aan Coi nt or Ntw Y?aa ? TV Paiffc tig. MUn , kriiUi)i ?>a/?r f'idmii ?Tiu< h a romplaint on a large < f obtaining >7.MM) I > mean* of u false ken aud fahe and fraudulent representation* Tho si i|Uesll< II fur mi' to d<rUe ia: Uaa an offence < n romniitted ' Perundly la there probable rauae hellete the deponent to be guilty of that offence ' ' the taatimony of Kobert Harber, the complainant . i tMbi aetioti. la deemed worthy of belief, there ia Mdouhtedly an uffenoe been rummltted. Mr ailwa haa sworn poiltiacly that he advanced or aid l?? Br llradley, the defendant. f 7 MM on tho cxhihi ontohiuihv Mr. Itradley, of a receipt purporting to I ate lev sign. d l.y Mtcphen Marlon Jr, of Oxford in" . iur ??jv |nm ?o mm oy injitui. on not I the ptirphvn d controlling latwt of the Oitord auk m.J that d'1'rn.laiit *ub?p<|UPnUy oonf-aaed to . ini (Mailer) at Woro??ter. thai the pa|M-r purporting to | pa tfrrlpt from Marten for *1 OUO, alinr referred 9 a < ha?in< In n exhibited \ j Mr* Uey t" Merle r. wa? a irgd) lkut? ral*o*w ear*. that ubwioently U> the pay- ' lent of 11? f'.DCO by hiuito DraJI< j V-i>"ni..re wereadineed by him (Mather) to MrvU> on the reprenrota ion in*.i< to Harbor I y Bradley. that the -utn of 51.Y000. 'hirli b? ropn -cntril had already biru paid to Itarton. > not rultirient to rotnplota the purrha-e of the b?nk I 1* prr ?rl rioirlu?i?p|> . and admitted lijr the defend nt that le did not pay Into thp hand* ol Union more 1 ban ft) too in a i Matle r atilentl) rredi'ed the t it* ipat* and h|ifw iitallon* of Hradb" . and pla.-id a(rrit raid oi nPdenee in hi* Imparity nnd r.raiit >. mill l? iu*plpi<io* were artm*?il I j a "ortof inyatpriou* con not c n the part of Mr Bradley and othrr* who it ' *pni?fr'm tha testimony were operatii g with him In i feirnra to the "itrnhaae d thp i.ank. and into tbi and* of onp of whom i llohart) thorp had la-en d*po*it?d y defendant pertain ?? -iirilie* to tba amount of tM.MO. I.i'h oppear- ft. m thp t"?timony to bo of a rather , < uMtlli rharartpr a* tl. I heir value l.ut ehuh ?. ee m miled <0 be t| pli? d to Ih? bank purpaae* If p<?*?ible. In ?r ?if or Mbcr TV noplelon* oi Harbor being e?lt?d. br wont t > W' tc -tar to makr aorno lnaa?tlgnM??a f th< meiur and Mr llradloe ?n.>n repair* d that*-a'?o. t.d II horo. * Rarbrr at* to* that V IIrot dloeoaer* 1 lint a framl bad Vrti p. rpetrnted i n hlln b> Mr Hral j lit that Hiitl>7 hn<l d? plotted but $6 0*0 In the ant* Of Martrn. ami till ratalnrd In hi* hard* at |o?*t I CO of Mr liarbor ? money. which baa not to tbl* day. ?n roliimloil to btm If liarh*-r'* tatamoot I* to V i lied i n tin r? raiim t ba a drub that an r.flenee ha* ton n nmillid. and tin re I* probable oau?o to VII*e!" ilrfi nla'if to be guilty thereof TV leotlmony of Ir HarUl b rtnitradlrN. In aorno material point* by ha wttioMo. tli hart M J"hl>. and We*math. who rara eaamtm d for tha Jetenea Rut the*amo ?itn??ve? i well a* ?< Ti ral letter*, and the r*-e*lpt (iron h> ttradley . r. BarVr for tho >7 ISOO. tand eer* raueh to eorrotxtrate i mi- of tho moat Imprrtant p iot* In Hnri*eT'*te?timi?n?. tr llradloa mar hcweVer hit** b? on noting In g <1 kith with Mr barber, and tho -i?iMlth p.ared In the and* of Mr lie hart and tubaeriitently tran?farrod to larVr may at the time haae bo-n g<*<4: but than ttvoo | ? no prr of ot tholr aaal ability except th man- opinion ' t ft John Mr Rndl*/ bo* loltroil/ bm n rullta of a ral di llrrjtunoa in hi* dealt*** with Mr Harbor; hut ni fn a to amy l hat t horo I* ?ama roaaon to do?M t V j liktono-of ana folonlr ,ia Intont on hla part * >rnc of he'ett'raony in thia action I* uu'to contradictor*, nod bar" I-tnurh rnyuen* ? In a large portlr n of tt t d>?ro i t (1st to tho right* and rharactrrs of both the ootnpliint t r..1 ib' h ?nt a* w*il a* to a aropor r?-g?ril for tho loo "dnittii-toatlon af puMtr jnrtlo '"To hae? fheoivter >a*aad npot> hy afIraml Jury 1. throvforo. ?hall rv,ulro hod-f'tlart Until/ toroonwiii**' in tha *nm af ? or Id* atipiarauce at tha nalt nourt of Uonoral *e.at<?n? f tbo l'laoa, to V hold* a in and for tha eitr and ounta of How York, to an?w*r, in cna? tha ft rand Jury hall find a bill of Indictment again* t bin I ahait alaa I. mar t M, tb" ^'t/tf Ulnar* BnrW that V r-oofnU* Id / ERA! *w | the bum of (1 000. for hi* appearance to tentifr In the I matter N H. MOUNTKOKT, Police JuiiHee Police Court. Third DUtrict. New Vork Julr 11. t861 rour o clock in the afternoon wan appointed aa the hour toj re bail, at d the partiee all left the offlce i SS' 1,11 rher attend, d aod K*re hail himu ?' 8 It Hike amount liiw eiirety. Mr I . i i 7 formerly book keeper at Florence * UoI %?Bmd7r* d.M ?1T.,h?^1: . , -( v.i" case nnttng Deen r since the decision of the Justice. rrmr>T?.| l>y cnturari to I Jhe Supreme Conn, before the lion Judge Kin* An i ONler was acrved on the Juvtice to produce a copy of hi* order, tt gi Ihtr with the testimony. which. without thw letters. extends to Ulb cloaely written pugi-n of fuoU- , ; C?J>. Theatrical and Huttral. Bowrmv TfNtavag.?1The same attractive programme as that which attracted a large audience las* evening, and wbl?b whm rrc? ivvd with such enthusiastic r tee re will again be preheated thi> evening " The Threw Uuaidsinc-i " wi.i be p^-eented. with Messrs Kddy Bleveuh. Kilto* Uoodall, M re. (J. J one-, and Mia. II P : < 1 rattan in !he principal bnrncter* The sreurry of tbi* piece in niBfruitlrent; and the acting through' vt in exrellcot. Mlaw Ili/fert will slhg one of her admiridsonga, and the amusements will commence with the t-anedy of 1 be Y< ung Widow " TiJeee who wish to pan the j trailing with pleasure will be rare to n ortve a rich treat at the Tlowt ry. Hawbiin de-wrn-a suppoit. and we tr-pe lie will receive it !Vom those whcao he haw been cater n ; for ao long lie iswa intelligent persevering. and ioduitrioua mauagi r. au i we hope bin friend* wilt rally round him in tin' present inetance. Ninio'a G*rhs.!?.? Tlila being the last week of Mr Burton's company i.ppcaring at >*iblo'a theatre, tbe ren?or,?b!r presumption i that the ga.-Jr i will be rrowded aiery night. Th." evening. the " T oodles" also will be pint ed for the last time; therefore the h "ine will assuredly , be emiomed Hurton'a Timothy Toolle ta the most eg. cellent and original piece-f acting we hare ewer wit- ' Si need Mr Bland. Mrs Hughes and >?V>* M'eaton will ' aid Mr. Burton in this piece The intermission will next take place, when the visiters wiil repair to tha refreshment renin* The evening's entertainments will r, i < Jtule with the burletta of -Forty Winks" Tliia bill will be sure to draw u large a-semblage ?f Burton's aumiiers To-morrow i reuingt the Itarels will appear in Si tend splendid pieces. Natiov<i," Tort nv?Treat alt no't Ion for this evening Booth, the great tragedian, a ill appear in the character of Kichard the Third in which lie ha* no rival, and Mr .1, K Bcoit a* Xirhraond The other ebaruclcrs wilt be eu.tsiued by Messrs S B. Chirks tiud itrauu. im> u r j>icnois, urs Hi.utKiiviiio. ami Mrs ' Driw. Metis /avystowski ami Mi*s l.uilum wdl daneo | a Pat- St} rim and tLi* oinertaiuuuuls will cmolndi' with thr l?fr? of ktr and Charity." Duriug the engagement et Mr Bosth, who is n< w tin- only r?nviiuing uihB-Wr of lie old school wc | r*'iimc the hou.iv < will be visited every evening by hundreds of tloo- who j aiimired him in lur palmiest days. John II. Scott alsoadd* von-uli rably to the attraction?ho l.i a fin? general I ' artor. trveral gexid pieces during the week CiiaiaTv's mimstsi i s ? Theattes. concert rooms, and other places of auiuseioent have been elo-.ed for some time, hut Christy has held out dur.n ; tho warm weather, 1 and. what Is vi ry remarkable every night his house has been crowded. Ills t nterlainwenis ure excellent. < Faiio?s? Misuaris?This band continues an pros- I perou. a- evr r The in-truuieutal performances are ex- 1 I cclleni?all the musicians are good? the vocalisation a excetli nt?and the daucing tniuiitable Colli tu sings 1 as vera! beautiful songs this week miiiiasi Uaaorx. bhookiix?a fine bill is offered ^ for this ? venirg: " The Bath Road ' and The Soldi -r's t l(i turn," twoexcelh nt pieces with a tin" etstof eht rartets. Double llighlaud lMug. hy Miss Tayleuro and Mr Fletcher. Basm m's Mt?? i si ? We have often thought that Bar- f mini's -Museum, with its beautiful dramatic perfurmtltr ?. : afltrtKKib and evening, was just such a plan" a< m n of cnterpri-e should he encouraged to opeu in every Urge o eity. Ilow riauy young uien pass their hours of leis'ire here, picking I p valuable knowledge a., welt as auiu . mint.' Ilow many visiters to our city frmn the count ry C drop in kere. who Would otiierw i-a In- ?e tin ed luto am proper plmm lime BMp (mUIm mm boeW) iiAm delighted with the threes. pantomimes. dancing, Jsc . as ?1 well as the c'irl'ittl. s who would hut for such a chance ]< haveaoenjoyment tojdta thelittleMknI Thinafter- ., uoc<n and evening, the hill preeeuta a perfect avalanche 15 of entertainment. ri Tii fira?i Wisest) or Tin Noam?Wearegladto || find that the Professor lia? secured Tripler Hall for his U'UgUificent eutertaliinieiit and what Is Veiy wise, and * will do him much good. Ids prieei? flxe J anfiv rents ? Thiu be will give the public ?u oppurmmi) uf khi!o>{ hiui at a price wl; bin the powrr c,I all; and itilioiigh we km w he Ins I* eu In the habit of rwcaivlug half guinea* fl per ticket in Kurop. he will find that half d<>llar? will pay him lu re. The entire cauii il'n il nf Proteeeor Vail r * *< n'p performance i? universally admitted to be the inoet e Itfint and refluad; ami from ?h.?t w<> have read, heard, and what l> more eatielactory. Mien, wa otolVaaonraeleea > at a loan tr know how to convey a auftoh ntly Ingw *ivt idea of it* excellence and aupi-rioriiy. The I'rote*. ' ( nor put pose* commencing on the l*th ln-i . and has only been nhle tonecure the henutlful bail fur a limited lu on lit. it bavincbecn prrvlou ly engaged I' tr a eerie* of eon- y eerta l>y IMIm Catharine Hayes. bat the |*rofe?aor will , t liber routine.} hi emu alternately wilii her, or I male- 1 dial. ij alter?yet. It la well our reader* should know, to "J prevent dt-appnintunnt Crofvtaor A tub re>n will, ? doubt 1***, be one of the great attraction* of the eeason; v and il fill. n'. am! worth err to be nuppnrW. he will reap a golden baree-t _ Nil Mavran ?The company af MM*1! have thU Itdj e piny iu iu-tiv. preparation tor Tue.-<Jfty uev, k-r flr-t np| earancr -ince her return to America. The Turf. t I'eme C.e *?r. L. 1?Thottiw...?A awe. peUke? and puree of >o00. mile heate. i,eat three in five, iu double UKin.--.wae trotted for yeei.rday afternoon. Threa y tea in* were in tared, emulating of *i* mo-t capital h??v I vi* ?Hiram vv "<>.lraff had in rhurgi br in. Lady Klfcvb. th and g. if Stranger; S. Hoagland had b. p. Trut John and g g. chaekclbwrk, and J. dth. lpley bold, the rein? over ch m. fanny aud t g. orphan Boy. The novelty of the race attracted a large crowd of p. n-ooi, uuiuireu- 01 nnom r;*a oni-r o< t >re vm a content IX - ; twi < hone- in double liarur** Fr< eloo- to tho et.nrt J*, j lloagland ? tram wa* the fa?orit'\ Tho rae.-. iini'.tftu- ; n*t< I). did not (to off a- aaliMartoriiy a* r.uild ).? dmired. ^ which wait ocriidoced nret by Wkelplny'* team awnrring aero** tho truck, hn*l interfering with llongtnnd, for i J* ulilrlt ttlltrllf MttrBi'lll K'lwlplrjr *M il'ituitil; anl, ' although II *glar d wa out-ldo of th d>t*n < *t?nd * win n lli "iig f<-ll. tie judge- g??< hlni tin1 rig t, to tart a.-nln for tho -lake i. In the arriKl h at 11- aglnnj u ** pern no-re unfortunate than W in-ipiay in th- firwt. <' lie rre-? d lli* track in rowing Irw and thpenalty (| lor inch lalrinuvao ut ol the trotting tub*, wrh pi--niptly , bipit J tut to Iiiai. thu-ending tlx ra- tntwohe*!* i Ftrti lb it ? Woodruff woo the pole fbitpby \he jj rroud petition. giting the remainder of the trtok to lb acl.ttid Th>r- war NMMmMi " the burro- to the xcore clo?-e poi n ;h together for tie- K word. how. ti r. after atmut half an hour'* delay. th?y wne "tanid? W helpley with tbr load. Iliraai n>-gt. and *' ll.egland a ! tigth or two behind, far on tho ouUtde. li Ik lore reaching the drawgate. Kanny and Ornliau B?y brokr u|>. at?lrrw.-*d otrr in front of II ?gl*nd who. to j ??*? hlin rlf Horn going into the wagon <>f Whelntey, had a to yiill hie lint*** op Hiram wa- a f. w length* ahead j( la for. V h. Ipl.y reentered. and thpy da-hed away from llragland on. handr.d yard.; heforp h>- o< ni l get hi* * hor?<? itartpif again; In fart, before hp got tbem fairly erltled. he *?< more than a two mile dtetanre b' hind III* team trotted ttnrly from tho hall mi)p pole, and ? aid uk.h Id gained tapidlj no the other- a* th'-t I (. il.p goal the diitanee flag fell In hi-fa--" Hi nun won th* h>at by about thirty yard* The judge* dietaneed W hrl|-;. y for foul drieli ? and g??e II-a.-'and the prtei- * g. of again tartlng Thi-. dec *l?u g*?e off*no* to 1 < ire. wtoleother* pronounced Itjww; but whetbrrright rr wrorr in thl* in?tanre it ah uld not be a prre*irnt tor future ran * Time of tbe h-at 3 ;'i61. Sn.mil Utn>?Thehor-"? were Marled epry eeenly and they went to mar th* i|0 after pole aide and aid* tloth tiaii * thin hr< k? up a?d dharkelbark and True John took ra ber longer tbau llir.ui uag- beftrw they reoo*. red. ant Ird to tbe half mile pole a length or two, in 1 it Hoged the lower turn both team- nt eery finely, and th*y raoie op lb* home *iretrh at a tremend' iia in' ii' "Lina in wr iwiup oi iniirtrn *mn It* I ' "f II''1' |! in.-tr' i-h ml ll'ra-i w.- ,t far f Tar "ii lhr nil M* llnagUnil ki p? Ma p"*til<n writ until h? , (."...d b- d'?w(|i.t^ bnlbntbiii butnlj cr,'-i n?rr to . thr ri?h? Mid ?bi n br rraarrd thr kwi hr ?? nrarly | ) float if lliraju, tba? bi in* on ii ra'?nmnntr?ni'ni | li?iD? ataor that almoat Milan, to 'villain hi- fa?i>r Tiatr. V SI S- Tin following in tbr lunmv; ? If Waodruf a.tomt { l.l I * "-? ? ? : i i &wt } ?* J |. du TBI- lit'.-s.il Pnllrr liitilllfrntti It-turn ?1 TV" mri ftrm Milmt-iki* -Vwurdii' af..r tin in i ?ci I'altaTX'D :nni Nrfiu ar.irnl 11 t<?n fi on MilwauVir. Matr < ( II con-in having In fli'vil/ fnur 0?riii*n< iiBinril Car! .4 irlt? / Knitlrt.rr. Mh I ??t ,' Par.'ri ."ntnt, ami 'Urban Firh-r, alia* IVb??r. ' vhi'Di tb i fhr?r? artr?t' <1 In MII*?itWi'. Mil kwt'i' J fri.nt that Mnt? oti a n .(Olalliot. n.rantr.1 by tin* >' J rbatamx tbr wruiai parttra with a araort lawnr In Haling jiri party aa>< nating to orarly W ifO. b>?f>ini ma to a Mr bo alrr It opprara that ItBrlb'Va Hi|ir ran.* fi'tn llartp tr^itbrr cn hoard 'A abtb nan lb. prt p. rty allu.i. .1 to. roMalcd a numbrr (.1 av Mr t-i 'iUir U.r irnrr ju t b-h /v tin' '" l "a II I *a-"l?l with a lit ot atekoaar. i n.l ?? una'lo to l< nrr sb, ib.?w and .oatirramr inroanl and km * It / thr Trn rtr to ho "> ,"'?r 1 * fr> *lit bh-lb -rg on atrtving hrrr rrpr? on I M X*lf at *hr rtt >tom h? 'it ar bif i.l. r w?rr to tb? r> .nltv-l [* ?n nn>t ; in I'l.taito <1 poaaoudou <*1 th." t> art- *om- of whiri w?rn .fill in 'ht? -lay hut tbr .oa . titT of ihrm wr* rot?tnrl to MtfwanhJa Mr nnmlrr frroTrrwt froui hia 'rhtr--* and arriri'l hr?a ahoiit a month ago, #ad thm H'OoBtrrl that Mr ^foprrty had born at. Ion la tbo narnrr ? ?rt drth Tba fottr prlaonorn warr eonTay.-d hrforo J i?1P? who f-nanittr^'.bwo pri'on tbf tfta^, LD. PRICE TWO CENTS. ""ARRIVAL OF THE ARCTE* FOUR D5VS LATER FROM EUROPE, -V VVVWCW\VSA^A.V\\\^ Our London, Pari*, and Venice Cormpondrncr. ,-y RIPU9LASXOV IV SPAIN. The Trial of fafret, of ibe (cartas (warn unity, /S.VVW^VV%^W% The Outward raiiagn of the Africa and BaJtic. ADVANCE IN COTTON, ^A,-.WW?vw/?%-W><'v>S the harkkti, kc., kc., kc. The American caail steuarehip Arctfe, Caputifl Luce, Arrived at tbie port at -.? *? ocl>ck yost erdw moruiii^, after a passage of ele *ra days, ai? boon and forty-five m.nu>e. f*h? ieft li.iverpeol at a ^uaiter before o?e t'rlook on Weik'esdty ttvon, the Will uit. - Annexed we the nana*} ol Jr r par-wngtari >? ' Pr R I. ilowanl. , Mr K Is Ip'uV'I. I>?n Fraiifiaro t. Coriodor. Br W (J .'tAtsr. Mr Mini Or M-iit, Mr .Hkn Wardte, Mr Olirer Btirnr, Sf (ifv. Ilfi J:i?. tell, ii Beirne, Mr Thoaii '.train Mi?i> U?u> Beirn*. Vra Ellis, Rev Robert T?rrhtea, #r Nunc T>a Sir.teniae, . . Mr W in 11 llaniptja, My H'm J:kj< t ul IMf, Mr Tboirat Kum?l ittuin, 1> Oearjr Ci'in, lady, tiK Ju.lgr Mil ISarllnr, -Slildrai uu'WrM; Vr Wiriir Uuerkllj, CiYiia Mm C Thcmpajn. brl M ll?ilotinr*>, Tli ?i> Joyce, Vi?? Kimly llaihlni.Tt, ?l t I'all ibtu. . . , Mr Eil??r?l !> btcccbe. ?? > rkrratl, ctetarjr to tli.- Ru?it?a La- W ill wi Conway, :?ti, rot WttliiiiRton, and Bcja Hwlly, Viarrr ot deeratohoo to W'vlll wOenollv11.at U ration. ^ K<m ll r.rr D&rliug. Die British mail steamship Af.-toa, Coptxtn ie, and American mail atcamsh o-i-wt'itic, Captain 'nonstock, had Sotli arrived a.i Liverpocb-tho Viru-a in ten days and ten hours, a ?i the Bai ie in , n days and six hours, from Now \ srte. There hud been an improvement ia the Liverpool , otton market of ftfily out-eighth >i a penny pee lotuid. A telegraphic despatch, ditod Co mhatinepl# uly 12, states that a great eoullugraticn hud taken lace at that capital. One hundred ar. j forty-four cures had fallen i> prey t# the tlamos. The Monileur publishes tie laws rat '"y ng the reatics of extradition concluded by France with bo republic of Now (in>nu<l? and tbo fro oily of iamburg. Through a private letter flrom Athens vrs ieara hat workmen employed fjur mile's from ths oity, a diaining the lie-Id ol' Mf.ruthou, found the pluow 'sepulture of the warriors who fell there ir tho eraorable battle -IHO years bofore the birth ot hrist. By the death of Mar-hsd Ssba.-tiuni, thero new a\y niniun live marshals?boult, nominated in >17; Gerard, in 1SV); Keille, in 1HI?; Jerome onaparte, in 1814; nad Kscokaan?, in 1813. Jemc h'ouapnrtc ?a? nominated by the Kmpnror in 414, V?Tit hi- tippoi fitment 'Tit' not ratified until Iter the revolution, by the Provident of the reublic. A company of fifteen pei o'ta, Syrian Ubauese, rem Syna, have arrived in I.sndou, for tho ptirio*e of giving representation* of the manners and urtoma of Syria. The company bars travelled hroogh France. The IU< ?/d ut Vienna publishes a s'attatioal aeon nt hf the Russian etnpirv, Poland not included, rem which i*. appear* that it ivtiitain* 2,011 towns d?:, l,8t>3 in Luropean Kuf.a, and 176 in Siberia reiuding 11 fortresses. Thero are in Russia PI,-77 agricultural color i*, including 6,661 in {.boiia; there are also 221 foreign colonies. Prince do Metternich haa been elected bargooastcr of the town of Place, in Up;>er Austria, and n eider to i>erp?tuato tbo rememkraooe of that Ice* .on, he nan founded in tho town a houao of re- ' uge tor aged lotaom of both *ex?s Two PtTgliihtnon have received a churtar by be conatruetion of a submarine telegraph betwcea he Danish island* atid the Duchy of Sebleawig. M. Gabriel Odier, the bead of one of the prima>al btnhiDg boun'i of Pari", died oa Wefiaeaday. it bis country house, at Meuduu Our I.onilon Corrcapowdance. IiOADO.*, Jul/ HM. 1<>I IV y/ui?furuiH agaitSr?Stcamd U?*h*ig, in Uis Mmw o/^ I.on It, of (Ai AnJi-CulMtr fhii ? jfHtmtan SiJnmons tn tht Ht*s* of Commons? Afi i-nJtunil Affairs. There ban boon an arrival ?f IWiogij-inn refuoo* at Southampton, frotu I'ourUntinopie, the rcator part of thorn in a doatUute ritual ion, who mo boon proilJod for by the British gn-.omtnent. ml tbeh pa?*ojre will bo paid.to-New York, whiter they arc <1 .-airoua of g<nog. Sonic ?f thorn who rc better off. and have manna.of their own. hare >mc up to London, and ibuy report, among other ling*, that another *hi( will oho-Uy ret anil from onataLtinoplr, and that Koaantb, with h.- family, i* expected, will be iu it. If so. it ?* probable tat the information 1 lr-i gave of the coming eC oetutb war < orrect, though it tn cont radio ted Itotward.'. If he did not *Uy Homo tnno in Kegiiid to rccoire the congratulation* o( hiafrieude nd admirer*, oi whom he ha. many, he might rrive rooocr in New Y ork. But he will rery Ukely e detained here aome time a* the lion of the day, hirh h* would certainly he. < n the aiimt night of the day my laat 1 attar area all d, the Lcclr-iaatical Titie* bill paaaed ite i - i_ .i? ii -/ ? ?J- ' ' '?"? > ?( iii iui' iiuumi 01 i<uru* oy * jajoittT." The boiue wa? unurual'.y full, a* ra* t t>e ?k nuoh ?n oornx.wa: but tbe BttrrM felt ?a>?rg theiu i? not participated in out f doors. The .l?cren' conduct of the i'huroh bf prelate* inn deprived even tbe obec-b nil} of tbeT former teal for tbe .hurch; end tbe eHgl?u< Ii tiy of the |<eople et large, of ell uoan, ia? n riled ti in cnnriilerably in i eTiRtou* feel eleoe bo fir?t introduction of the bill It i* plainly eeee in l imk'tilMid that tbe whole ?ffair U notfcui* bet i oont? *t between prelate* eiiJ prelate*, Oetweee tbe eriftccTeoy of one church end that of another liellfi in. it i? plainly even, ha* nothing ?e do witb he nnttcr; ami m theenrleet. which tb* p?**"VC [ f thi* ill will not leimn.at*. hai retb*r oMy beyin, toe pi old* would net be *e*ry ** '"J* h-ugbtv at d wlbrh b *bnp* of tbe lot' bid, a* tbey eo <? tnue* be Tb* mifilitt it a i anil hatred ugaiwut tbe I! <i?an eburew rem a I a* the tMoc alinott ** formerly. but it I* ? M|*r Mitttd up in fa>br of thi* bill If a natla? I* la h, piieet-rkkli n, it mutter? vry little to what churn, .be prirot br> rg?; and tbeoooclMjo. ?ee?* tear w I It to h*>0 Inn arrived at by all oU**a*. ibet the V?l**w of tbe Roman church could hardly ie' were* tb?b there of the Anglican at the present, Thod. b?fe In tbr ("oinrocn* on Mr Solomon's if ..r ho* et ;t ended, l ut I* postponed to Friday ,H The C ntbolk ride of tbe lloute ha* *hown to int#r> *t. uu J taker no part in favor of the einan'ipelicb of the Jew* fr-~to the oath* from which bn w. r tn ipm-i in | QP rcaann i? mm .. be hr hum Mr hvlt'bkon, at the Brut ebullition if |>utilie ifflii'f ? the b'Klnen and prrsua^ mti of t I'ore in creating in Kngland an , ii< ran liicnl *t Vilify. at <1 dividing ont tb? land nto H. ma" dun-earee, pi. ?id? l on tuat wwmtn at tj ul nit et g, win r" bp turn -t 1 a great dra k hostility agaioH the Reman Cnthol'et Ret this senna I bun ?s not auffidltnlto eaplain their pally in this qurilioa of the emancipation of mother e'es* of 11 liuionmti I ney Ftooa aloof in tbe ^nuie manner in Rnthr hild'r cl*rd l?ba li ueeell Va? taken thelril'v opp> *ing the a luiatinr. of M' 9oliia?li, wtie*ohy he ha* pretty rl.-nr ly ih< an that he ?? n a acting airier rely whan h* ibti'?iM til tr Mip|<?Ft<a, altb '.h* * veminent in Inn <1. the la'c Jr ?'? bill, an J mffcrei it to paaa he llooaa of Commons lie anew fall wall tha there tree aa Jaay-r >( H m* paaeiag thrmgfc Us

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