Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 1, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6733. MORNING EDITION-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1855. PRICE TtfO CENTS. HARBOR ENCROACHMENTS. THREE GOVERNORS 01 THE METROPOLIS. The Hudson and East Rivera ou Fire. Tour Through Brooklyn and Jersey City by tha Governors of New York, Blew Jersey, an* Connecticut, and the Legislative Com ml t tees? Inspection of the Piers Visit to the Navy Yard? Meeting at the Aitor House? Bplry Debate, die., dcc. According to previous appointment, tb? Committees of tbe Senate and Assembly of tUli State on Co in mere* and Navigation, left Albany on Tus*d*y afternoon anil sr *lv ed l>ers lait evening. They were ascompanied by Oor. Clark, Mr. Leavenworth, Secretary of Stat" ; Mr. Cook, Comptroller ; Mr. Spaulding, State Treat ur er, and Mr. Clark, State Engineer; together with the following named member* of tbs LegUlsture : ? Meun . Brooks, Dickinson. Pratt, Hatchings, Rhodes Green, Davis, Jimmerson, Whitney and Coleman. They were .ioiced by Govern ?r I'.oJnianM Price, of New Jer sey. and t lie following earned member* of the I.egi*ls ture of that State: ? Messrs. Hoxey, lionuel, Hoimes, Xaflerton, Board and Miles. Governor Dutton, of Con necticut, joined the party at Brooklyn. Invitation* .had been issued to a large number of per son* to meet these official* at the Aator Houie, at 10 o'clock jesterday morning. The circular* were *igned by Mr E. Meritm, of Brooklyn, the gentleman who give* u* i>o much information about the weather and other scientific *ubject* At the appointed hour there was a putty good number of well known citizens at tlas Aator House The City Hall wa? decorated with flag*, (a honor or the Govtrnor'a visit, and the Mayor of the city wa* present to give him a tort of semi-official welcome. Capt. Hudson, of the United .States Nary, and Capt. lionrman, Commandant of the naval station at Brooklyn, were also preient; alto Peter Coo per. Esq., and several prominent merchant*. Tbeie wa* no foimal reception or speeches at thi* time. After an hour or *o *pent in conver*a'.ion, the party Uok carriage*, and proceeded to Brooklyn toexa -aiiue the harbor encroachment*. Governor* Clark and Price, and Captain* Brorman and Hudson, rode in the fli-t carriage; tie member* of the committee* and other* followed. Mayor Hall, of Brooklyn, accompanied the party, Mr. Meriam acting a* guide and general *u , peribtendent. The party first vi*ited the Navy Yard, where the ma rine corp* wa* turned out, and paid the Governor* the honor of a salute when they entered the yard. A salute of twenty. oue gun.i wa* also fired Irom the receiving Mhip. Captain Booiman pointed out to the committee* the pier of Mr. ftuggles. who claim* a water front of six hundred f>et in front of the Navy Yard. If Mr. Kuggle*' clarm in allowed, and he proctels to fill it up, the useful ness of the Yard would be destroyed forever, as no ves set* coul l be lai:n bed froui either ship house. Hi* pier ?exteud- beyond the line of tlie Navy Yard wall. Thejparty then visited the frigates Sabine and Niagara ?on tne stock* ? the Dry Dock and other points ol in terest, and then left the Yard, receiving another aaiute troni tbe marine corps a* they departed lbepierot Mr Kuxgi*" ana that of the gas company were tuen visited. It in ciaimtd that these nra encroach ment* entirely for private benefit, and tbat'no commer cial good ctti result from them The tide sweep* around the bead ot this pier with the rapidity of a mill race. It wa* stated by one of the naval gentlemen that wneu he "was a midshipman be found no difficulty in pulling againrt the tile in the East river, but (Aat when he re turned her* a* a comraauder, two years ago, ha found dt almost impossible for a stout boat's crew t > make any jieadwsy against it. tieveral other point* on this side, where encroach meuta have been made, were eiamined by the committee, -jne near the (jouverneur atreet terry, and another net ? Catherine terry Mr. Wstmore's iron yarj h it a pit r at tsched which ha* an extent of lio f?et The owner stated 'hat according to law he uosld carry it mil h far ther. The attention of the committee wa* directed to a point urar the Atlantic docks, and we have no doubt that they could hive vifited many other place*, but the k-flect of the bitterly cold air b'^an to be perceptible Jind the party got en iouV for the New Yors tide. The investigations were conducted fairly and impartially; the Governors anil honorable geutlemen land the weather like martyr* ond patriots, a* we have no doubt they are. Paddlin; about navy yards, gas work*, lum ber' yards and so forth, is not very amusing with the theimometer below thirty. Tbsir trial*, however, werti not over. After New York had been reached Jersey City wa* visited, and the whoi* party pri toenailed down to the end of a very long pier, just flushed by the New Jersey transportation company. Thi i i* an encroachment of more than one thousand feet from the original shore line, and th* Jerxeymen want to guage t heir shore by it. Tnete was no public demonstration (except at the Navy Yard,) in Brooklyn, or Jersey City, in honor of tha liftioguished visitor*. Business went on in precisely tbs same manner a* it goes on alway*. A few little ?boys were anxious to see the Governor, but not a cheer or sign of welcome, or recognition, wa* raised. The Aator House wa* reached again at half-past four, tittr a great deal of riding, walking, and talking, but no mating or drinking. A mere hungry set of honorabU gentlemen than yesterday's party, could not easily be found. At ft vs o'clock, howtier, thsre was a goo I din. ner. and champagne for every honorable gentleman who Uksi it. Some of the Mams law mein'x-rs, it i* said, display ml no especial enmity against Charts* Henltisck, ,HJ although be i* a foreigner, bis brand was adopted by two or three '-Hindoo*. 1 here was plenty of eat ing, but no speech-making. An impromptn meeting took place in one of the par ?tori, alter uinui-r. Senator Brooks uid he had Wo requested by sareral gentlemen dwply inUro ,ted in tbia great city, to call JUf a**t ug to orJer. He regretted that they were not uWent tc * p?ik for themselves ; but they were *o much mnurMil in busloeai that they found it impoiatble. He (Senator Brooks) f?i folly assured that the distinguish d assembly before him. including a* it did gentlemen of ligh official position* ? three Chief Magistrates of State* -member* of the Legislature of two State*, and others? .amid cot be unawart of ihe great Importance of the :om? erce of New York, not only to Its own citizen* bat lo those of other State*-. Connecticut In bound to us b r and tmt by aea, md New Jersey is Attached to u* by the itrongeet tie. To these an well as to othrr 8Ute?, New Ifork ii a great commercial depot. He t Mr Urooka) rae aware tiiat there was a dineren e of opinion, in a mKtieel point of view, an to how projecti for the ira irovemeuta ?f rivers and harbors should be carried out. tome believe tiat they ahoold be pai l for by the federal ?overoa>eat ; -ether* adhere to the doctrine, that the ae- ! ??ral State* ekould carry out their oen idea* on the | ubject; while Uit-r>- ia still nnotlicr class which holds bat the local authority ?- should do the work. Without oucbiug upon either of the?e disputed theories, lie j loped tUe.t every man there ha I m tde up Ufa mind to do rbat he could honestly, and fairly and legally, to im ?rove the navigation of the North nod East rivers, and hereby beoelK the mmerce and prosperity of the pniea. there wa? an ominous silence ef half a minute or so, | rhen somebody wbiapered to Senator Hrooka, who, im v-diataU afterwards "too'?. the liberty of moving that i oreriior ('lark be requested to act aa {'resident of this i>?tlng." ? The raotien *!? carried, and Senator WmrviiY En acted the Governor to the chair. Governor Cum ssld? Gentlemen I thank you for the onor you have done me in calling me to fill the chair a this oeeasion. I am not able to do justice to you, at will endeavor to do aa well as posit nl*. Hon. Hoeare. .limmeraon, reymoor, end Hoxey were " im en (secretaries. Ooveraar Piuok rote aad ?aid- Mr. Chairman 1 prt4, mm that t am etpected to reepnnd for what the lion, mlleman who laat had the Boor has said in reference , ? New Jersey. The people <?f New Jersey e*-l ths Im- | irtance of the commerce of New York? they feel that te commerce which is coc<-eatrated here is ot th- hlfli' | it importance to all tbe State*. rbey !?el the import ice of an unobetructed outlet for this commerce at ?miy Monk. New Jersey ha- a water line of great ?ln?, ttie b?n?flts of wlneh have been enjoyed by Vew ork. But the people of New Jersey are happy t-> have retributed to the prosperity of this great c ty. Of , ie commerce which ia hereater to om< here, ew Jeraey muat have a large portion. And e wiah to avoid the errors which the peopl* of N'ew ork have fallen into by en-roa-bing upon the water i?. We will give yon water docas like the Atlantic j ybs? a credit to th? country We wish to as* our iturol s 1v?ntam-? in the best manner, and we are ready promote and second any legialaUon which may be la sted in New YarU for thv purpose of delending eatsr ivilegea on the rivers, and for the improving of the it let at the bar at Saa-iy Hook. ifoveraor Pciee far ler said that he had read the hill now before the liga ture of Vow York, aad that ha approved of II, He ought b- Id say, for the people ai New Jereey. I at tbey wore in favoi ef some |egi?ia'i..n 'o prevent irther eac reachienta on the river, and to Improve the 1 let oi the harbor. Although they w?re se-oniary to >* York, both ia the power aad taa i-nerit to b* re ived yet tbey would concur readily aad caeerfnlly ia ery project lor aueh Improvement Governor Pttto* of Connecticut? It may not seem at e drat view tt>et the st? ir which I bare the honor te re esent here would take any great Interest in the (nestiou itrh has brought this assembly together. ButOonneetl t ia ? part of this I'd ion . and whatever aflecta tbelnte sta of aey Stat* in the I alon alf-ota the interest* of noecticu't She has a d<reet interest in the preserve mi ?( the harbor of New York? one of the rtn*?t if no: ie flne?t. harbor in the world Onr country is daetined he a great "onntrv? oar nation a great aation aad ?-.ler to fulfll its ie-uny. it la neeeeaary that there oulil b? some outlet through which its sewainerce may lw The three great iatereeta of the eaontry are eont ?ree set' xltor* so l maaufsctores No now n try ean a with this ia agricaWnr*! advantage*? netiaatryoaa , produce a* much; buf of what use i* all thin agricul tural wealth unleai it un l><> carried abroad by com mere*. Railroad* carry our product* and our manufac ture* to the great city, and from thence they are distri buted to all par'* of llie world. Connecticut ia dlatiu gulsbed for it* manufactured article*, which are brought to New York, acd from thence conveyed to all part* of ; tie globe. Therefore, the people of Connecticut have | the liveliett intereat in the improvement of your I harbor. We should not be satisfied with to-day ? I we xheuld look forward and nee what the next century will bring lorib. The river* may be large enough for the commerce now, but before many year* New lark will be ten time* a* Urge, and have tan time* the amount of commerce that fbe ha* now. Governor Dutton, in concluding, hoped that some measure* wauld be taken to improve the harbor of thi* city, tba vaat de pot of the commerce of the Western World. Hon. E. W. Ijuvkvwortii, Secretary of State, said that tli*- subject wa* one that needed careful considera tion. Three thing* however, ought to be done. He wa* in favor Of passing the bill iutroduced last winter tiling the limit * of New York harbor. It ahould be Htak?M! out, a* it were, at once, by commissioner* ap pointed forthe purpose, and the bound* thus 6xed should lie for all time. The present encroachment*, with one or two exception, were not daugerou*. If what Mr. Welmore said wta true, the law ought to be repealed by which he had a right to extend hi* pier*, and an act paM<rd foi bidding any further encroachment*. Hon Mr lloxiY, of the New Jersey legislature, said he we* waimly In favor of staking out New York htr b< r as proposed by the honorable gentleman who had picceded him The people of New Jersey were all in favor of It. They had mnde no encroachment* on the North river, and they would not. He desuad to direct the attention of t!?e meeling to the fact that the build irg of a pier on the uorthwest aide of Htaten Island hat the etlect of diverting the channel toward the New York aide, and that it would seriou?ly injur* the commerce on the Passaic and Hsckenaack rivera. Thi* commerce amounted to a gleat sum ? 15.000 vessel* paaaei up tbo?e rivei* last year. He was sorry that New York and litooMyn were at inane on the <|ue*tion of encroach ment*. but be warned them not to do anything which might deprive the people of the Union of the advantage < of the naval *tatlon. If there wan do other power to do It he hoped that the federal government would inter fere to protect that arm of the sea for the uae of the oavy. Senator Dickinson made a few remark* touching upon the importance of the question. Ur. Kiiouu being called out, paid that It wa* unfair ti expect bim to *ay anything on thi* subject, a* he was a mt-mbei ol the committee, and the matter would all come up before it. He would *ay that tnough New York an 1 Brooklyn might b? getting near together, and although they might jet become one, it was *ingularthat nothing had yet be'm said about encroachment* on the Now \ ork aide. He would ask why the pcr?ou* who bu1 ac companied the committee had not shown them anything on the N?w York stde. They had been very part l;ular to point out certain places in Brooklyn, but none on the other aide. Mr. Hrookh acknowledged that there were many en croachment* on the New York aide, but did that excuse Brooklyn* Mr RHonm.? The gentleman has not answered my question. 1 am willing to settle thi* matter fairly, anl in the Rvgglea case to agree upon a compromise. A man's property should not be v>ted away without giving him any return. Mr. Blunt, of Brooklyn, desired to make a few re marks Mr. Rhode* objected. The committee did not come here to hear the question argued. 1 b" members had a private understanding before they left Albany, that they were to come here and perioaally examine the matter, but not to hear arguments. On motion, Mr Bi.rsT was allowed to proceed. II* Mid that the old p'er line amounted to nothing at all. It was ruibed through at Albany and the line wa* drawn on the map aa a schoolboy would draw it, without any regard to the current In *lmo*t all the worat encroach ments. ft hose ot Mr. Rnggle* anil the git* company par ticularly.) tlie extensions had been made tor private benefit, not for the benefit of commerce. Now it whs propoM d to build a street around llrooklyn. ft intiog the wharves, n measurt which would ruin hundred* uf ware houses for commercial purpose*. Mr. Backus, of Brooklyn, rose to apeal:. Mr Rhodi.m positively objected feimtrr Dickinson, (warmly)? I should like to ssk wits! we came here for, utile** it wa* for information. I think the gentleman ought to be heard. I think that we should get nil the information we can upon the sub ject from tbo?? gentlonen who live uear the apot, and who ate 'amiiisr with the facta. I came here to hear, not to be heard. . f-enitor Hrookh had never beard of any understand ing among the committee a* to what they should bear. Mr. KhoiiB* ? It was so among the Aaaenibtv Commit tee. We did not know that the senate Com.nitt"e would be here, as tUey went over the i mim ground Uat vear. If they had supposed they were going to meet snnh dl* tingulshed company they prrbsbly would not have come. If the matter whs to he argued. desired that pro|>er perrons should be present to spem for Brooklyn and l.e wou'd auvgeat that the meetine ? v Mourned until the next day. He objected to henrinir partisan* *|.eak on the snhject, when there wai no one t., h*j ? word on the other sice. Mr Mkrmm made a remark in reference to ih? notice* i issued i Mr Riioiiic ? I ilid not receive uiv .ntiution from I J011 Hon. Mr. floiMAM, of New J eraey. .aid a few wnr U ' upon the .reneral meril* of the quention. Uov. Ditto* paid that it waa improper for the commit- . tee to hear any argument upon tin- question iu fir m I Brooklyn ;>ud New York iot?'reat? were con ru?d There | ?>" a bill, he understood, referred to thm committee Certain interest* wire involved, and the matter nliould not be beard unlea* hoth oartiea were fakk| rt-pie*enfed. It would be proper, however, to dlicuiK tixi qucitlon on it* general merit*. Senator W hitmcy aaid that the subject wn* one of *och vaat importance, not only to the State, hat to the whole country, that the fulleat ezpreaiion of opinion should be allow ed . Mr. bail lea*# to proceed He aaid that Brook lyn waa willing to accept any fair adju*tni?nl of the dif ficulty. The State had once marked out tinea, and now It waa propoaed to make new one*. What guarantee had the people of Rrooklyn that the new line.-, would h* any more permanent. Thia waa the grand objection to the repeal If there waa iom? guarnn* y that the line would be a permanent one, Brooklyn would be founl foremost in advocating it* adoption. Mr. Brooks moved the following ? ReaolTed, That the joint committee! of the New York and New Jfr?ey I>gi?latur<? be requested to consider what mean* ahall be adopted to prraerve the harbor of New York from further encroachment* The resolution waa adopted. And then (nine o'clock) the meeting di?*9lved. Marine C ourt. . Before Hod. Judge McCarthy . HIT FOB PASHIffltitLE BOAHD. Ja*. Ill ?William //. WiUnn ttgaim ' Hi/Ham A. S'eley. ? Thia action waa brought by the plaintiff, who ia the aaaignee ef Andrew Powell, to recover fiftf the value of aeven week'* board, and estraa, furaiabed the defendant and hie adopted daughter, Miea Matilda Cla rendor . formerly an ictreaa at the Park theatre, at the honae of Mr. Powell, at No. 186 Went Tbirt 'th at reef, commencing on the 9th of November laat A number of witneaaea were eiamined on the part of the plaintiff, wl*> alleged the occupation by defendant of three room* on the aer.oud floor, and two parlor* < n the flrat door, of the bouae In qneation. There waa no diapute aa to the occupancy of the room* on the *econd floor, but the ?*? cluaive uae of the lower parlora waa denied by tbe de iemlant. The plaintiff'* witneaaea ala* teatifle.l that the table ret by the assignor would favorably compare with thoae of the St. Nicholae and Metropolitan, or those of any other hotel in the country. It ??< alao shown, bv receipt* that the value ol *ueh room* and board would re*ai>nably he fiom i'ib to tvo per week. Tbe d* fendant denied the value of the ?ervices, and aet up that be and hi* adop'ed daughter bad been enticed away from a place where they bad previously boarded, thrmigb the importunities of the aisignur, I'owell and hi* wife, and that they were taen paying a much lea* price for et|Ual or r.ipertor accommo lations that Mra. I'owell bad declared that pr <?? ?n no object I, that *h* de?ired to act aa a mother to tb?- a?iopt?d laugh ter of the defendant, for wh >m ?he had a treat regard end that her aeeiety waa the main iaducem?nt of Mr*. 1' in aaking her to remove. The defendant further *et out aa an <.f1*ei, an order for $00 w?ich bad t>een riven | in him by Mr. Powe'l. in favor of one Rsocroft, wnioh tbe defendant agreed t/> pay, if, npOD the witlemeni of hi* account witb tbe aarigner, b?- *bould be found ao much indebted McC-ncrHT. Juatice ? By reason of the bigh po-itlon held by the defendant, and the rarneat and realous man ner with which tbe mum wu defended, i have (ivn the i varies* queetione involved more tbao an ordinary et animation. and after *ur:b exaounat on. have arrived 1 at tbe following COMllllW; 1. I find, a* a , M ! '.ion of lact. that the mom* on the secon I a lory ware I cupied by defendant aud hie daughter, and I further flud a* a question of fact that the varioia eceentrtcitiea | of eundact of the yeung lady, a* developed by the te?ti n-.i ny, occasion*-! more than ordinary trouble and 'n convenience to the proprietor* of the hoe?e. for which they are entitled to he recompensed. I tmd, n a ,( ,i?? i t.r n of law. that the ??> otl**'. aet up by t>e Wen i*nt. canaot he allowed to bim. aa no acceptance, suclt aa I* required hy law to bind him to pay. or to relieve the a* ? iirnor Irom paying the *atne should a *uit be brought againat him to recover that amount. It (the alley*.! ac ceptance) being contrary to the atatute ef frauds. The only remaining queetion for me to pae* upon ia the vala* of the hoard, which ia teetiiled to by several respectable and competent witnes?ea, on tbe tart of plaintiff, to he from ??.?> to $t<0 per week , and the farther teaiimony that tucb accommodation* and each an entertainment could not he obtained at a flr*t ctaaa hotel at l?ea than $IM) per week, (no dlre*t teatimony bavtnl h*en given by the defendant); but aa there i* some ijneetlon a* to whether tbe defendant had the eaelueive uae or occu pation of tbe lower ??</? of rooms all the time he was there, I will allow the plaintiff to recover at and after the rale of ?*) per week. I ahall diaall<>w all tbe evtras 'harged eicept the fourth and Sfth turn* i a the hill of particular*, and from which I will deduct H. and I w.'l allow 91 on tbe fourteenth Item, making, in the agg -e. rit- $42* W, from which ia to he deducted a er?dit ?<( 13". leaving a balance of $.KM M for which amnn' I now render u igmeat for plaintiff, wtth IU ?i<ewaa - I Md coets . ProglM of the Municipal Revolution. ABATEMENT OK T1IK BOX* BOII.INU K.-IT ABI.IMimtN r-1 - TOT mayor's COMl'l. A1NT BOOK? TUB POt.ICB KK TL'HMJ, ETC. The bone-boiling eatabliahmenta, to aappreea which eo many attempt* hare been mad*, ara now noar'.y all era dicated. Warrant* were lately iatued for the arreit of ?11 thoae engaged in the buaineaa, and they hare been fined or impiiaoned. Hie ground where their oparatiana were carried on baa been entiieiy cleared of thn boiling ket'lf h. and placed under the aurreillanca of the police. The Mayor, we underatand, ia al<o going to examine the miU making eatabliabmenta of the city, and diacovcr, if pofcaible, and puniali the fabricator* ol apurioua uillk. The municipal reform goea on lirinkly . Tito following are the more important complaint# entered on the Mota yea terday ? WHAT Till I'KOrLB HA V. A lady romplaina tbat a drttkiug ?al'ion in Ka*t Broad war. known an the 1'latforin, ia kept, where her huabanu ik allowed to (el drunk ami >"|uend?r hla inheritance Tbat liakera' wagona and carta, of 1ft Vandain atrtet, obstruct the atreet. That there ia now lauding at pier No. A North river. In in nlii|i Arnold lloning*r over two hundred pauper* frr>lu HotWrdam That raila tre left iu front of No 2 St Feter'a place by Sixth anr Figlith A'enue Kailr?>ad,wblcb have bee-i th*n< more than ail nmn ha The name nuiaance exiata at thn corner o St Peter 'a place and Barclay atreet That a nu! aance exiata at the foot of Coor'landt atreet, from the ?tiateuce if exlenaire operatmna ot watch at u tie i a, cloth atudera, und vendera of obacene public i tirn?. That John Qnin, corner of Kifty-alxth atreet and Third avenue endaneera the liven and property of citlxena by blasting rock* (ft Wfty-aeoon I atreet without covering. That tlier* are no 1 ghta ia Thir? avenue, between Fifty llrat and Fifty aeventh atreeta. That there aie open and aunken lota in Weat Thirty, filth. Tlmty-nxth and Thirty-aerenth alreeta, where waler lie* alter heary ruin*. That hoya, und? r tiie pretence of attending church at the corner of Kidiie nnl (irand *treeta, create a great diaturbance on Sunday*. that a nignlmard in front of Ml Broadway extend* eight or niue feet into the atreet, obatructa the eiaw, and !? dangerou* WHAT THE roi.lC* SAY. Stem d Ward. ? (.at lamp in front ol "ill Water atreet not lit Fifth Ward ? Complaint* tbat a vault corar of ?7 Varick atreet wa* oil. and several peraon* injured FiJItrtilh H'ard.--I ainp* not burning in front ol MS Amity atiett, 14 ( Union place, comer of Ninth atreai an.i Broadway; 6*3, t)0T. 7.14 and 7011 Broadway, 'IS i Thnmp'on atreet, in Waahlngtoa square oppoilte Thomp i>on atreet. and op|>oait? eaat ot Waahington place Ward atlll encumbered with coal aabee. Sixteenth Ward.? Sidewalk of honae 141 Sixteenth at'eet dangerou*. Had hole* In aidewalk O|ipoait? ai . Kidtth avenue. The atreet at the corn?r of Fifteenth htm t and Seventh avenue caved In, and the xidewaik and atreet corner of Sixteenth itTeet and Kighth avenue in a bad condit'nn. Kighttmth Ward. ? I amp* not lit in front of '-'9 Weat Twenty firat atrest. at ihe ninth went corner of F'ifth avenue and Twentieth atreet. and on the northweat cor ner of Second avenue and Eighteenth atreet Tuevlieth Ward. ? A large and danireroua exe.aration In the oidewaik at the loot of Thirtieth atreet, North river, alao at the corner of Thirty fifth atreet aod Klcvcnth arenue. They require immediate attention. Poller Intelligence. SHOOTINO ItritAT AT TH>. flVI POIVT8. Yeaterday afternoon, about live o'clock, ? tight took place at 140 Anthony .treat, between two peraonn mimed Michael lynch ami Pater McCrenly, the former Lee,er of a gnygery at the above pl^,, in which tbe 7': h*r,t *l th? of the O'mer MoCr*ndy, it i. alleged then drew a p.itol _ . , of I-yK-h, wounding him alight! x The SSff w.r,"',Pr,0i l""".* hr,r'' by "fflrer Coote, of i ,? 'rllll* u A p? . he to th.- ?pot *01 HI reated Met ready. who wan taken to the Sixth ward ata lion hou?? unit locked up for the night. The Injured man waa ,U? takn. to the .tatlon hou.e. and detX] gated morning, whin the matter will bo Inveatl. CIIARGK OK DJBBT AUAIN'HT A L0*K RHOgKK. A loan broker named (bar lei Maion, aliaa Sturgi., alias Prown, wa. aire?t?d yeaterday by officer Ko?*. of tbebecond iliatrict p?lice court, charged, on tbe com plaint of Pi,tr.. Saraeeo, with having receixel ,n.l ,?ct r.u e'r r*"int Tr mw,Ml a? interest on loana effected at hU office by tbe complainant Tie complainant .tatea that the accu.ed kept hi. office at iH# Broadway, third atory, where the tran.sction In queation tw.k place an I II at he ha. received limn- on tboawndx of dollar* worth ' Koodi. on which ? per cent per month wan charged ? nd exacted by Ma.on, who, t la alleKe), h.vlng no pawnbroker . iicenae. become* amenable under th? .tat til the uaury law. An examination f Jua'ire I'avifon will take place to .Jay at the Jet if r win market police court. ATTEMPT AT H I ROMUY. Three men named lewi. fireener, John Meyer., and Wolf tMlenbergh. were arretted by officer Wllaoo of the ' fteenth ward police, charged wi<h baring ma.le an at ir'T, f.?ni.hing ? lore of l iicim.a Iceland, No. J Amor place It ?? ?a..trcm il- ex. dence that officer Wilaoo. obaerxiog ? Jin. men be.i .e the front door of the .tore. approached waa fin 'Urp0M,of ???"?>* o?t what their bnatneaa V "n ?c,nt: "P ?" the >'? wr the officer *nw mark. 0 i i in my ijnon It, aa if an attempt at burglary ha I I arr,V ' *?" prle.,nera, an, I , ?Bxey them befoie Juallce prennan, at the Second p'iBie eonrt. wbo committed them for examination. tHINO A M.t'Kf; fn'/T. A men named Michael larkin xai brought be'ore .TiikI oa Breenuan yeaterday, charged with having ai faulted officer Wroxen.tein, of tbe K!ght?anth ward kb0t . rr?? th< nm;*" atatement, [ it ap) eari that be wa. atUcke-1 by the p,|,0ner wlife endetworiog to perform hi.i duty. The complainant having occaau'O to arreet a disorderly character waa -^t witif ih\ \ .r c"'r' wb* 'trurk h,m * vi"'-ni hi,,? with the deadly weapon. Tlie efii.vr. howexer. .aa ceeded, after a h.iarp tight, In xceur'ng the prlioner, why w?a tela to bail in tbe sum of 91,000 to amiwer. ATTlMPT AT Bt mOl ART. A man named John Skeely waa arretted by officer Piet, of tbe Third ward police, charged with having at tempted to burglarioualy enter one of the office, in the American Hotel building, corner of Headway and Her ' I* t'"> P??'?"?lon ut the accune<t, when erje.ted, wa. found a lot of burglar.' tool* and other in ?trumeuta appertaining to tbe prnfea.lon Tha priwmer w.. t.kan before Ju.tice 0*hr>rue, wbo comnjitte<l In in for eximlnaliiia. 0?A*ft I.ARCKST. Catharine Prown wa* nrrented y e.Urlay by officer of the ward police charged on the eom I^IMnt of Mri. Mary Abnew, of l? Mercer atr?et with ba .tolen ladle.' wearing ap arel cnnalating of .ilk dre?e. At. in all valued at ?100. The pror?rtv had b"en lott In charge of tlie cimiplalnant by other partle, 'r ?>f her in the ad ofcarrx ing -iff the property. The accused waa hetd to bail in ' """"the charge of gr,nd larr,?y I befere the t enrt of General ,?e? nionwAT HuBBmv. Thorn.. Riley, thealle/ed aoarnnplice if Patrick Relly, in the Ute ca?eof highway rohbery in Ninth avenue, wa arre.ted yeaterfey ,nd on being eonvyed befnre Juirtlj Hrerran. wa. b?M to hail in tb-...m of tl .000 to ae.we the charge. Kail being forthcoming the a.,ru.ed wan liberated from<Sy. CHAIOR OF OKANT) I.ARC'KXT. t girl ntmed < alhnrine Michael, of vary 'jueationable character, ... arreated ye.lerd.r, eberged with Mealing a gold watch and chain, ral'ie-l at tM, and ?M in rnnnev ^he property of I ax id /ro-t, of No 2MAt*rWvXeV Tbe acctmed ?a. brought before Jn.tice Wr?d for e?a but complainant falli.g to make hlnwlf xi.lble, the e??e w.. p<..tponed until he can afford hi. pxt'^fDc# at th? p< l?c? conrt. HACK DRIVEIW IN PtfFIC tXTT. "?rgeaate I exoe and McPheraen, ef tbe ?1ji?C, office arre?te4 aix bach drixer. who had board-d tbe .letm >*ata Cotiimodoie and Worce.ter. and .ollcit n? M.rZ""'mrT t0 1*' fT,'*0."r0 "r' "'" taken u, the Major . office, where four of them were flne-l one dollar | ?ach far ibe offenca, and (he other tno five dollar* ?a. b Two of the hackmtn were committed to pr.eon in d. fautfcoi payment. OOMVI.AIKT DIRMIRKKP. ( ,7^ ,rT*'lrr" "nK"0i*" V"A* agam.t Abraham ?" n ? of Riv.ngU'n .ireet, ba. h?? d?.m . -i h, ja. tlce Oaborne. ' Peraonal lnlelllKeii< e. w ..Jul, a I" an .marriage te U M.yn- t.?k pleee a. ? jrdinir to .be New OrJean. pepera. at <inlve>t/,n a?, at . I M , on gntnrday, January In the eveoiog .lie played in the ' M>m'libvk Tie ( oiumbo. Journal .ay. th?t Mr. < nt ?Utnr o' 1 ht.Mai'iman, i* no appliean' for t he office ?f r?,,r. ?-f Legation to -pain, and haa gone to Wa.h.ngton to pre?. hi* claim. ABMtVAI.a. ? At ?ke St Nlahola.? Ilea T I ITrtaht Aiha r I Mav "'Via flaheMik* ? ' *????. N*air? li a i. , WV.K"/; Are? ftallim?r.. R liavt sport, N.w llr'.aaaa. At ?*e Matrajt' Htaa ? fl?a Jnwefc Mark V.rm -,.i i. Iictv 'a*!5, N?w?Jrr?arf. II. la u tin" ? \;ottr,n L' * A liantet Nnlgmaa ?aa rraa>-i?c? II a zrrr; 'ktia, H - w,u?m . *' M II Nni.. f ? f N ,, M"wara. Paela; Rev P M l*,ri Uliln lJiit Vn ? B*en4ra<b Nag m.,. R-? W || " _ ". 'be A^ee? Ml. I.ea||aa<y <j.,v |i?nn ?t , r. T V, Or "eee/ .., Ox bI,*^^ 5 ,

? r-'ha y?*<L **???>?'? n*?l Cat IHaaJh if a a , . a ' i?4 HiiM r*i n?i | . '?'y and aeevnnt. fraet'ienee rj |MHr, i.a, ' t.n < -Kieo ? I khaUew ? I A. B ??52%eTra Know KolliliiffUm. A Incline w?e delivered last evening ia ths Taberuacl/t b} K. W. Andrews, Esq., of thi* city, oa the folljwin* tubject: ? "Our Ilrpublic? Its Relations to foreigner* ? ml foreign Nations " The following ia a brief sketch of the lecturer's remarks:? Tbe subject which we are going to dlacus* this even Inf, be Mid, should be approached with the mo*t <11* passionate calmness. The announcement of uiy theme ? auliieieut to claim the earnest attention of every Ainc ricao citizen. It ia said that tlie day it approaching when all distinct nationalities will be swallowed up, and we are also told that the brotherhood of man ahuuld put an eud to these division* of blood, of liueage an I ; ot territory If thin t>e true, it i* idle for u* to apoak of foreigners and fnroign inititutioaa. The luiprua mod an some iniuds may be that national. ty i? mr- , ow minded, but it must be remembered that ua ionH are of heavenly origin juat aa much as I'amitlea It j * not geographical position that makes duferent people Kill up the first ?li cbannrl, aud will ttiat make an Kng lahtnmi a Frenchman)* t?od clearly intended that nations rhsuld be k?pt iliatim I, so that the good ijualitie* of each might be brought out and gradually pertected No ! people were evar truly great without cheriahing the I Hpirit of nationality and cultivating to tbe highest c\ leut the national genius. If our republic haa done .any thing worthy of credit it i? because she has given lull i- cope to her natito spirit; and if we are to have a glo rious future, It must lie by permit*. ng nationality to have the fr?c?t and the widest scope. It ia abaurd to bring nlirii nius>u< into the aatno territory and call tbem a nation. There ,nuat be Internal atllnity ? a living unity among them, oth< rwiae you bave a mob, an l not a nation. Wbat there ia of nobility m our national character anl institution*, haa no*, been brought to u* from without. You cannot lin|Mirt patriotic virtue* ax you woiilluu port a hale of goaids. Notwithstanding all the attempt* 1 1 make tin* country a Nouh'a ark, made up of a hat fro. j geneciis man, * ? are. thauk t)od, a nation still. This i* our native land? cvntattiog ali that wc most love, lo this lano we have given our afleclion*, and to it we j hate given the support ot our maturer years. I?t m.'n talk aa they will about cosmopolitanism -that mm who rot-a not love In own land witli a peculiar affection, in ' devoid of e*ery generous feeling. We wool 1 have thin I land Im long t j us, just a> much a* Kngland bel ing* to tbe Kngiisli, or Kran ie to tb? I reuch It seem* , to he thought that thin country ia the com- i mon property of all, and thus the foreigner come* , i here clainiitg citizenship, not aa a favor, but de I u.anding It aa a right. Are we not, then, a nation ' ! 'Ihe subject before ua i* i nnuently a pracical one Every 1 ' year *<-ea an 'iumcn*e amount of foreigner* on our ! shore*. It 1* tlin exodu* ot oat on*. Nothing baa ever 1 been aeain like it betore. 1 bey come, for the moat part, Irom poverty, seeking here their dally bread. Iler? la a ' j phenomenon No wonder people ask, "What will , lie the ami ot allthia?" The evil* n?w are of such a portentuu* character that they cannot tie couoaled, , ami cannot be borne Whit <lo won In moat of the 1 State* of ths I n ion i* l<srge inaiaes of man. incapable , ! of any sympathies with na, yet made citizen*. an I 1 placed on an njuality with ths aoris of t as soil la it ^ *o strange that this should hi I strife aud hlool Year 1 by year the evil increaaea, until we aee the *ti .eta of our : cities llie sc enes of diriaiona between naturalized eltiz?na aud tbe native born Wcaen foreigners addresmng p ihlic noting* as foreigner*. We see them appiimaad to ! otticaa and lately we have aeen one a?nt to s court of i f u i ope, where he csrried with him the prejudice* of i | aatly lilt. and. aa the red republican of frame, and not : a* the calm, impartial American awlwaaador, behaved I in a manner that threatened to embroil ua in a war. I 1 be preaeu' movement, however, baa proved th?t the ' e plrit of nationality here ia not dead, toougb it haalxten akepmg. I w?ulc recc. amend, then, a* a romely lor all i this e?!l, that there should be a radical change of the law In admitting foreigner* to cititenahip, an l by eoact j log auch luwa *a may restrict foreign emigration Kor I Many yeai* there ha* not been a atiow of obaMienc* te I some ol the piovlaiona of the ( listing naturalization , laws. Ihus It was that foreigncra, aa they ' alt'iiped nn our aLorsa, went in crowila to the polls and voteil on aubjerta of whicli they knew nothing Y?u l ave n< u tiiia you have ?i en these men thruating from the polla the moat Intel), ^eut of ynur leilow citizens | )ou baae Men tome of your fellow i iti/eoa whn have not i ' i aied ? va-a, I ua* the expression, have not dared? to at l teud the primary ad* ctb aa, lor tear of peraonal violence, i Our natur*llzati in luwa are tiampleil under toot, not l only in our citie*, but In ail our stater, and eapeciaiiy In I th* new one* The grave ijiieatinn then ariae*, wliat, sVa'.l we di Die mcesalty of encouraging emigration n<> 1< r.gei exlata with u*. Our rank a* a nation atan I* Seconal 1 o none Kverv year add* ten* of thouaands to our ratlre borr. inhabitants. Wai would not forbid honest fore gi>ei* Horn coming aiinuigat ua wn w til Id rot dany tham the pmteitioii of tbe lawa. or a i ? ng'e lai llity for the .ie>|tilaltion of wealth, but 1 we will say to them, " you cannot come to interfere j with tbo government of our country. It ia too aacred to ! I.e lianaferred lightly to stringer hauls' If emigra te i' Iniriaae* *t the present ratio, four milllnn* of aliens wi'l lia\e l*en l*n '.*<1 on our abores lietw??oi Is'.o.o.t I l"?;o. The character of tliia emigration ieaUomufb wrr?< then it wa? in the l*Kioniiij{ of tin* cui'.ury. Tbie in alui-dani ly troved by our poor b?u*>'4 and State prin tK. It linn licrn tbul fourtiftha of oar bai^em, two llfthe of our paopeja and tlirea* III t!ia of our crin.nalx *r* foreigner* I bailee* tiiat If tbla emlgra tun ? culil raaae Ui morrow our country would b* >*ne tl?t? <1 :u morula, in poai elulnea* and la |ieinianen'. pro*- i pirlty It iii iilfto well known, apeaklng of tip- i character of tliii ?migration that ? Kr'*1 l'"r t.on of foreigner" wl.o coin* here are itiniari i ffttboli'H, and another I*rg>* portion *r? dl*ba!iev*ra in < brlatiamty. New it cautol he tint Protectant ln?'itutlon? r?n he ?>(.??? ahla to eitb- r of thaw partita. I ilo rot l.e-i!ate to ?y 'bat the princliilaa of tha ltorniaa l,l?ri r'liv Mr totally mi ompatible wltu the principle* of r?j lubliran liberty. The conduct of Home to thU 'lay j in rou?trie? wh*re abehaa tlie powar. ia tyrannical an 1 I ? raertjtinif. If tb ? Rin<iah cburcb baa chariga.l her principle*, why ban not ber conduct li"eu changed* p> e? kip not everywhere e>ak to control the State In what Il< mini <atln He countriea n their raligioua tolera 1 tioo' Hut it in -aiil that lto u* her* conforma her t?a h ! inga to the geniui of our fTi a inati'.utlon* In our own tiwta wa have a?i n liar taarhing oba<!i*n< e on the bank* l of the I anuhe, tn<l at the rami tiro. wa bava wan Iter praa' rebellion Pirn to aaraaelnation in the wild* of | ( rnDiiugbt. Herplianiy and aupplana** ?r* reveaia.1 on avtry page of ner hlitorjr, while ia the gloomy ra rata of her alirine atanda her own iron atatue mating In the blood of fifty ganera'.lona. Her aimaare tha aame I hart- aa the/ bare been in other Uuda. When alio waa wtak lie apoke aotlly . but now alir boldly put* lor'b i heri!<man'? Her | re ant denun le, If granted, w 11 b? fol'nwed by others. W bat itorurity tan we bat* with a ayatem which teacbi * intolerance' Rut Ut ua diatinrfuiah betvean tbe ayatem and man. The ayatam la bo ind to ! imnii tabil'ty , yat there ate thole who ate aup<rt.>r to ! the laitb they pr?>le>?. Tliar* la anolhar claa* . tbat of j the li? rtuana) who come among ua altogatner d a>?l ar I irg n the i!o< trlnaa oi'i br atiauity Tbay nm- <mon( ua 1 with tba , that UI Ih nja O'Jgbt to be eonimon. I^t j tbem tain nay Mn&tnry, ?nT we will yet b?ar tliat to V? ilfb iaaciiine. Tb?"? antl < briat an tha?ir(ea are not indifenoua 'o our aoil. It waa tba lijfbt of fhr i? tiamty wklrb gnlded the PUgrim eaa'wartl to niake t ha Itock of Plymouth the rornar atone of thia lepublir. If our <ountry ia nowbuled a? tha tyrant a drea'i an<l the patriot a boaat la', bar thank be. atr ii'ta an ) atatearraa murb, but [at ber tbtnk bar rbirriiK ligbta of I briatianity mora Now tha '|uaatlon ia are aueh tbiBfa to go ? n any lougarf Wa ara raadr to (im- the I'ra gner all lib'rty, but wa at? no' willing to allow him to appoint our rulera or haia a ahara in < ur goearnwtwnt until, at iapaat, ha baa learnt ita pr n -i plaa. To awallow buD'lrada of thouaanda of aliana vearlvnay aell ?au?e a ll ttle 'liaordar In the ?'om? h, and i' baa ranted dfaordar id the n<?ly pop tie a< *n? | >a?n bintad by a cwrtain Itoator i*am. It la aaid that 1iia different rarea fff tkia country will teantually urn1 gkDiate l>nt tbn axparianr* of the paat la ag* nat thla ? n<l the aania lawa of nature whirb ha?a ka|.l aiitw tha ' a pi r it of nationality In otbei landa w II al>o operate bare j II tbla republic ia to lie pr?*?rved aad to adrao'te, it auat b? aa the Amariran rwpublic, fo*?rna.|. ao*. I,r pr n ai plaa imported from the raeolutionary elob?of V rore j but by principle* of Oue Protaatant fa?hera? prinelpUa whirb thay found impianVd In tha Kthle Mr Arnlrewa ron> |u<l?d hia eary abla taetnrw w Ih a few rwwark< >0 favor of protecting Anwriean labor. an<1 againat tbe idea-of extao'ilng tbe rapuWie bayond l?a praaent limit* The Ptre IV pa I r mailt. *?^^t^'f liy rMPRKrun>TATIVM THK fiK* I 4W? (Ik MXfcTUr I.MU'LaT' It K KU'CTBI* k liriit Tldf f?'? Till I ITT Mea OCWTt x?<*crD rMR coaaiaeiuMMM' ?u t. A rnaatiog "f tbw irv??'?'i?aa of the pira Itepar' rwant waa kr! laat ni;?i* ?t ttie tttnyveaant !a?' m'a *o *ake into rooMderattoi tbe new lire law lataly p?b I I, .bad in tbe Ha ????, ?n<! belore tba l?fialal?fw of ! tba -tate i Mr J. J Tin-lale la.rc p*ad 1>>* ebair, and John A. lie1' bar aated a? ?a*rat?ry Mr ? oppo -ad tb? pran?a?4 law at aoina leog n a> w.m* of i'? faa'uraa ware t.b.eetma?'<ia Mr Jiihk I. Miuaa. tna projaetor of tbe law. adro ra'ed Ita !????(? lie bad baan a Pira WarVn, aad haaw what waa warned by flraman There war* too ) rnaoy aau-identa oar. rr rig aim'ar is tba Hroa-lway ea I taatropba. whew *? any firemen were k tM, lo pae* tb. matter ore, I gbtjy He s?lerat'M?l that tbe Ml wa' or.ertioaabia ? n f^ranoal gronada, aad be aaka^ , to wltk tfaw it Tbla waa granta-i Mr. i.ror>> fun Dot't, that a r>.anaitt?a of Uvaser MWa prarti. al bwlMera. be appointed to draw w p ? pin per '.aw lie waa a 1 utahar nod lia tboagbt It aotbing mn* than right that tba men wbai ab? iM take tbla laa'.'e* iB land ahoull aadaratand barw to ?r?wt balldiefa. and wbat wrra ra-al d?f??-U. ' o-a ilaaaa I Iwnry waa oppa?e?d to 'be iraya aad law. Tbera baa bewn tco maeb iiafcaiiaf wltb tba lawa g?vam ag tfce -tarar' meat Tbe bill n-w befare tbafw waa only twl far a fa* fallowa ta get fat aad laty oBraa to tka taa- M too s year ? r Pail IT K*ua 'avorad tbe paaaaga of eoaee law aa it waa lattaialy repair*! Tba awwiaa appo?ai*d *a tb* I ft faa 'tea ah. aad aat all be In Baa a. a a M waa *eJ ' k t"WB tbat ?!???? ?b.a wv ?M af fee t builder* *n I carpenter*, atri theref'iro action mlg ht Im h ' The motion wa? theu earrled, and \!?.. ? > . Jani>-? L. Millar, W. K. Rockwell, (ieorje W Kenuard, Jamea Donahue and John L. Oilliland, wttv appointed Harh commit tea Mr. I>. Mii.ikkx, from a nalact committee, reported a bill to ba aubmitted to the Leg.alature. It contain* ?ub ntutiillr tfce following proviiion* ? 1. For the election by the representative* of the Kirn Department of At* peraon*. to ba designated the Com nimaionera of the New York Fire Department. The coiumiitioaera to ba elected on the wound Tuesday in Ma y, at lack an boar and plac? in the Kej>r*?entativea may direct. 'J No person ahall be eligible who l< not an exempt tiri min and an e* member of the department The I'reaident and Secretary of the department to cerll'y t<> the Common Council the name* of the peraoua elected aa Mich conimiaaionerx, and the Council to confirm the lame. a. Tlie (.'emmiaiionera to appoint a lecretar/, at a nalarv not exceeding $MM) per annum 4. It ia the duty ol the CommUidntiert to in<|ulre Into all .ipr Wcatloii* for the organization of tire < ooapauiea, and if ?ppro?ed hy them mich approval ?Uai', be otfti lied to the Council through the Chief Fngliieer, for con flrmaticn No flr?- < ompaatea to be organized unlea* .ij> pioved by the (Vnimi?-loncrK. h. It euall he th?* duty of the chief Knglneer of the Kite Department to present to ??id Coram aalooera the tianea of all r>e-?ons applying to l>e flienten and of all person expelfe.l or renin neii from the Department , and all the name lieing approved hy them, they aliall . art ty such approval to the Chief Kntlnaer, wb'> ahall tin- re u |miii return th? name to the Common Counol for ap proval. ?. 1h>- Mid romtnl?rioner* Miall hev* nigni/aut e of all romplaints igaiuat (Iremen for iMtUitr disorderly crnduct at Urea, or alarm* of flrei, >o for violation ol any of the State or city lawa, rea] ertlii^- tho fireman of the clfy of New York Tltey ahall diligently inquiri Into the name, and II the parties ao charged aha 1 1 Im proved guilty the anid CommiaatoBrr -hill have power to BUP|?end or remove aaid firemen, aubjact to the ap proval of t lie Common CViuncil. 7. 'I lie ?aid Commiraloi ?rn may make such rule* and regulat'oBH aa may be, ne<v**ary for the perform- ' anre of their duties. not inron*lit*'it with the lawa of the Stale rr city ol New Yort, or of the I ' ni t<-t StatiM. 8. The Common ' Otincil ehnli dealgn a lira cap arid i badge, ore of which ahall ha worn by every flreinari when on duty a* Bitch, and they diall *u< h ordi nnncei, n- may he i*qiUl? to pn /?ut the approach of ! (eianii* other than firemen or po*. ( emeu to the jnciolty of tire*. #, Any [x r-on who ahall falxely represent any of tl?e lumber* ot the Fire Department of the city of New [ York, or who idinll inaUfioualy . with Intent to deceive, use, or imitate any of the ?lgon, Are cap*, hadge* si* n?Ia, or device* *<lopted end u*ed hy the Fire Depart ment e lie 1 1 lie .teemed gmltv of a mladeineanor, ani shell 1>h subject to a line of not lea* than $3 ? , nor more than ? and liy Imprisonment for a term nottee?thaa ten 'la? ? nor mo'e tlian ibree mouth*. in. Nothing iu thia act ?li*ll deprive tha Common Cornell if the city of New York of any pownr now veatnl In them over the firemen of aid city 1 1 Thi* act ahall take oilect immediately, and the first chctionnt Cemmi teieneri provi?le>l for therein ahall take place on the aecoud Tu??day of May neat. Mr. Jons A VaiiM was opponed in Into to thla hill The evil now efllictiug the h ue Department * the |e)lit|. cal '.uflueiiM-* that hui lound it. It It well known that polltica ia tin- curee of tl e Dcpaitmcnt anl if they vera ? lep. e. ated It woulil Ix1 for the good of all part em It wan the money appropriation granle I lie the Common I ouni? 1 tliat cauit-o much of tlr- evil There ought to t?' an otter aepcratiou between the i'epartm-ut and the ; city novei nitieot /tlt> i conHilerahle diacuaai on, it win ilecided to pr nt the lull for the con>IJi ration of the Repr*>entatlv?< Mr Miitii moved that a committee le< *ppulat?d to In quire Into the propriety of oepareting thi> f ire Dep.tit tin in from ll?e< onrnx >. C-iuncil altogether Thl' i In ited KOnie dim uoiou, hul waa at !?ii;'lilaid on til* i.ihle, by a voti of ^ < to o . The lucetlug *ikjii alter adjourned I III |irot < lii< lilt In the Cm! it of tfin C'lly. At a large meeting of cit'ron* held *t firmana Bull-l >????? No. l,0t)C RroaJway, January ^0, tb# loll iwiu* pm aniLla am) i?M>lutiou* ware tiuauiinuuaiy atlupdei Tlia iiibabilanta of the lalaad of Mauhattan w#i? In U? habit of think Inn tlia >mall point of Ian l at it* moat i northerly ei iietnity would lie all tliat the future would demand for a r|ty, until tbr Rr*at Clinton atatngMhl u|k>ii the thought of hi* lima, that till* Inland waa U> be the con nit rrial ci'y of tba Weatrrn brtaiapbeie Hie i rograwi to that grvat end ha? he?-n mora rapid tliau even he ?u| poeed, an t tar ?re?'--i than hi* com peer-. Imagined whin the/ put tbe " backalde of the ? it) Hall miuth of ( bamhara atrert. Tlita *i< done how evei Itefor* th- water? of lake frie ani th" Atlantic were united, an 1 long before the irou hor-e had cum mtnead ilia untold a peed, no I ethibnel hia ineompre benalble powir and bottnni Thee# (freat achievement* aie realized at the time the rommeri-ial world ia looking to our i laid, and making it the centra for the world a commercial aila to revolve upon and the time l>a? 'ullv tome in which the inhabitant* nf the eM.v of New York Inn t make rrady for ta full ac'iiinpli diluent Tbe mere point of th? i-land ia not tba p'l'e for (ta gtn-t metropolitan power ita rity editlrea, Ita eitt 40 vrrnment Tlie?* about 1 le- Mare central an I upon au enlargi- I ?ra'<', i nnitr i-nauraie with thr demand < of the t omti erclal rily of th? I'mted ;-tatea. 1 ! <? ptojerto' ? of Marfiaon aiuare were not untninilul of ti ? neceaaily of a change of lora'. on m ?oin? of our | ul, In building, for, in laying out ihia aquare, lonUin iiiii ?ry?n a?re? of land, a k r* a I poitiun of it belonging to tin- fit/, they canned the right to have it uaed lor p ib- 1 le building* reiervfd, and the whole ? |uaie ia now at the illopoaltion of tbe rity for any public building it may elect upon It. 'I he progreea oi tbe city. In a very few .'ear*, will ia terlace the whole Ulatd with popylnua atraata and iv< - D ie. and place npon ita aurfare reaervoira and parka which atall maiie the whole aieaalble, and a litireoahlp the pr.i-'e oi all who i!w?H eithla Ita tnn lai ? We, a port in of the ? ill Mae of Sew York, deeming th<- | i > e inif rlewi juat and timely, have aaeembl"-! ti xether to give them * more forma! apprutal there fore be It K'i' lred, Tliat we mrdially approre '.lie auggaation of : h ? Honor tin Mayor, that a > ity Hall eboukl In- built in , a mora central poaitlon of the city than that wbteb it > Bow net unit! . RtMlred, That mean: re? should be immediately adopt rd hy thn r ,n pa?'r tt n-rl up<>n MaJiaon a.|uare a City Hall, euftt ieatly Ur*' for the rity gmainmeel Irarlng the proent ? ity Hail lor tbe better a emnoda tlon nf the >arloiii onur<a nl tlia rity ant cvwsty, and p< ihapa ale*, tboae 'if tb? general government. Reaoieed, Ttiat tbe dlitawe ol llie prraeul City llall i fron, tl e ' autre of popu!al,< n mpoaea aa oueroua uae. | qtial, ani unjuat tai. in time and money, upon a great polticn of the p*op!e, aap- < .ally up< o all the lad'iatri i n rla?? ol tai fayera raaiiTlng ia tba upper waria of the i l eaoW.d, That ?? ahall lank with ?l latereet. ndeaeedent of *11 pefly eonableraWeee io tke a imn o( j ? II T be tiH'Bihera ol our preaeat city go> rrnnieat in r? gi i it tilth* paramount ijuraUoo. P> >l?ed, That imme late action wmildgne aa laape toa to ,iiMc in tbe rarinua frrma of me- harikal iaduatrf throughout the upper warda ol tbe rity Revolted Ibat it ia tint* oar municipal go??rom?at abcubl be relieved ftnm tbe imputation o( foalerlag ta nterr?*?of nalffhlvoring i nmoi,inl*ia> who*e lababftaate, i ? ni.- he I In our midat pay aotbln* aU? tbe >ity tree an ry, to ti e prejudice ef our own attneae, w?,? are eo ! hovily taied Moeolvod, That we re- I.miu-ad 0'ir fe:l#?w 'Itiieoa t<? ( n> II n, and paae re*' lutinna in relation Wi tbe au b ,ert af l ullitmg the (Sty Hall In Ma ! a>.n o|?are The Munrlajr IJ?|Nnr I*W In llroohljrn. I ef. re Jiiati a t laic liley an i a Jury. Jn .1 Ikr < ily nf a;4tnr Crfwaanf f An tilt ? TI.e itefen-Unt In thla > aae, |a tba keeper o'| tt e King'a ('aunty Hotel, aiiiae of iViutb Keventb ? treat aad Kiret atreet, in tbe Kaateru tiatrtat, formerly W lliama burg and the tomplatat Waa brwogbt to re<mver $V? l^aa ty for a braarh of tba'i'y ordinance, ia aall a< .pirit'i i.a i.^uora en f ia>ley the 'Jlat January 1 he lefeadaat pat la a apoeial aaawer, netting ep that he wae a nder the 'ate law a .eenaed hotel keeper, an ! anther/"' by vlftoo of hia lireaee, to eel I to bnordera and tra?? .era that the city had no p>,wer tn deprive b m, by a rn'in^ipal <rrtl aan<a of that right, wkirh he ha i ? aerri>?d ain^ the laar MM a ?! thai aa-tber'om p'aiat. f>r the aame eaa pending The jurf were empanae.lei, ani ? ? fltrer < beilta float aeotn He dapeae I that be waa preaent en *a?tey waet an t aaw Hi aan anM and aa? aay ?ee?iied by Mr ^e^l^'e iaa twoj men wlx>m l?e anew dHefe th?re they both liiel a ue elty ol *4 liaoikMI (be I iner eaa dranb la ih* no tae < roea etamloed? H? waa ?ent hy the tfayer waa a aot. emaa. reatde-< la the old porttnn ?>< Mrt-ohlyn. the baiaae wea a large brtch bwllding, juat nppawl'e tbe P??h et'pierry ao-l the-e "a* a ?erj e itenai ve livery a '.able rain a" 'ed with it be draak there r.maeU that day wae ti ere ate t live m n ntea . mm 14 not any poeitiealy where tbe men he aaw dr.aa raeuted 411 no' aeo Mr Mevil e the-e at ail dtd not raal oa the (eople t kat It wae eon ?rary to law, a a the Moyr had aod told him U 4a ?? be . nt- aiit a a fav Mr. Seville the imaaa waa very orderly Ibe defence, Mr Neville a l.eewoe wu pet >?, ei pr *(. aaeapreaaed apa?w ita Va, the third Mewday la . ry an'. Mr <> dewa C. Aa-tm waa rolled He bet ie>aa a?r<kal aod 'eaeVahte io Win amabnrg f -* the leat '<j taww jreaia anee the k ag a <?. ,at y ll->??l a< le; by Mr f-evil'e. for a iteea ye era tba d?'e?tant dad I vary ethaeilt I very ?ta .l? baaaaeai waa tuere no >??? ia? ee> a and waa reluaed liaor aaw aevrral ether a rvfoaa i Id oat ?? tbe laet wlteeea nor aaytblog paad 'li wea tbrae Waaee during the day Hr (or* far tkae 4e'eo4aol, a'gaed for hie right to aa I 'rave iova The I ? eoae eip re>l i'ee daya Ue'wre, i nt noeer "?? eiriaa law waa i-wl llll May eoi 'be 'Or ' tldotloo irt pv*<vnVd a*? mawi 'if ?eaav e| It tie ? "ihe nrdiaaaaee I*. rnod'tod with A* '?'ale le e I I a Conor at t, 41 f owoeel l,a v og rwpl.e^ IheJo^leo br?.-' toff Inn far 'a to the wh? a/lev aboet I mioevee Mikoab**, fudwood ? rwl/t ' * *oe da ' f. *ie Bngllah 0|wra it thr Hi-ua4w?). Kitgliab opera <?mi ia hare taken up III hoaia *t Ut? Broadway. Kor ftr* wreW < hr nnii|?niat have b*?B "Ciaderalla," and yet tbe ?tou*e coo'inua# t<> 91* to oveitowtng Ware the daya of Mn Auatio, who wa? cooai.iered that heit Kofliah reyreaentat re of th*obar*c ter, no aurh muaical aucceaa ? thu ha* ?rwr (mm achieved at any of mtr thaatrwa I/>ui? Tjrm ha* raa dered tlii* place aim pjpalat than any of h"r \rr+*hv* aora, with perhapa Ilia aingle #ie-p!.ou to whiiih wa ha ve allude J. It ia true thai Ilia opera itaelf lia* alwaya iieea ? great favorite. It I* new neatly thirty yeara gin.-e It>e aiai Brut prodareri It at tb? Theatre Ho la Valla, m Home, where, aetwlt!i?ta?lir*[ the Bght au I ?iu?a time trivial rharacter af Ita muale, It had ia ia> men** run It .< popularity aeou eitended allo-erKu rope, aud the hrat auceeaaea of eoiaa of tv< greateat Dinia un the Italia* lyrical Mif were aeoi*vet ? t? it la ltill, Mali bran woo bar way to fame tarouflt Ita laatrutuoutallty ; bar pcrforraaneea un lev l.aurnnt during liar brilliant tour through Italy. He n; prioei pally confined to tbe fVarrriifofa and the 0*1 *4 lx*lr<t 11m- vaat eitml o I note* embraced in t.ieae taw ctaipoeitione, rniUet bar to ittftplay tba ful| reaourrea of bar role* and at)le, atari nothing coatl be mote natural or eharnuag than her appearance aa<l action in tba homely garb of the henna* On* of the bc-t ('? *?? mlnlat, however, who haa ever appeared oa the Italian atage, la confee-adly Alboui lew thai bare braid that adfuirehle ? .;agrt can forget the imprwuiaa which ?he made here to the part H?r ?wev. an 1 (laely rounded tone* and brilliant JmrJurr were ia Una, aa, indaed, In ninet other of Ko ?ioi t placee, Itapiiyad to the gieataat advantage Hlie aremel, in fact, to rere in tlte enjoyment wltl* winch the ligU'.. cheerful aa* apaikling character of the raualc inapired her The Kagllah veralon of tola opera, al'boug'i to tba taate of the h; pet . ritlral to aome eateni vulgarised hy ita au|iei(lotty of inechaaical tiicka and trtaaaf traatioae ? all legitimate enough, one would auppo**, in a fairy pteca ? haa. fin the ver> reaaou that ha* ofl-u lel tho faatldioua, hecum* all tlir more popular w tb tba gaaa ral public. I'Vw will forget the extraordinary run which the piece hid both here and in lloaton tbe tioaa of Mra Auatin, who waa both a delightful eioger aad a* egcellent actrea*. M|" gave ua a lorrla>t? of what Kag opera might be reudere<l In a more alrancad ?tat" of Kngllah art Mra Wood aub?e-|uently pi trod tbi- part wil|i considerable aurraaa, hat with a fine voice, 0-? had but a I mited knowle4(* of niuaie, aud la.lid in imparting to th? ?"baiac'.er the attractiveneaa with wblab klr< Auatin had invented it It haa )>een r*aer?ed (or Him I'yim at once to reviee the pleaaant timtfturt with which our rec.lleM ona of lha tint of tbeac excellent alngrra are aaau.- ale-i, aad to make tbe lortuuecol the liroa<l way management by tW aildltioual |iopiilariti whirb alie b>i Imparted to tho piece, pie limine laid Si^bt waa, aa uaual, deneelr although the <i|>era haa had aueh a I nig aj>ell. We ha Here that tbia ia to lie the laol wiek nl ita perfornaaaaa, aa the niana^emriM have aeteral aew piece* to pr-eliae* Weiaur.ot niidei ?tan I tb? policy of e'laoglng aa opera wb ? b cuotlnura ta dta*, aa thie ia doing, far p * ee that uiav fall abort ?' it in attractiun. The mana^enaeat will we apprehtnd, le- glad to their dec taioa ia regard to it. AnoUier week of "CiadereUa will, we a ra ? ertain. pay hatter than any variation ia tne programme, although a- In the raae lit tbe piecea ia preparatiaa, ii n.ay have the ai' taatage of oovrlty to reco?im*n I it Tin Wreck of lltr III II tali Hark Ai?flr.TMi l.lvra I .oat. Th* wort fair* t*gai<linf Uia fat* of tb* 1r? naan ??til on tin- bowaprtl or tb? hark inr>?Ul ."'luan Inl*t, Iuitq barn conhimH (bit of *l?r*ii aoala nn board, but on* au:r*?-4ai| In r**-li -i# tb* ?har* alirn II* i? nn* of th? <.*?nvn TU* captain, bia ottt**ra, with tb* halanea of tha Taw , an I a imwairr, l?a lu all, liar a partaliatl, ami tb* imwI (?n? to |>t*r*? I Th* follow -of <!*?). atrti, t*r#lr?l b? Maaara Ilirl ft N*fl?nn jr*al*i'a) morning, I* tb* l?t**( froru tlaa wrrrk ? two lta??r* J, a II, l?a? I will ?*?'! Ill* man who wa* aaoml at aoon i< poaa Ma I ram* Iron lli* wiw afc U?t nlflit Kb* Uaa all faa* I* plrr*? A j?>rtiorj of ? !.* ' ronalatln/ of l<i| t<>n? o' irao, wa* conalf n* I to It lr?<o, ami inaurml b*ra Tbarw wrn Biao 1U0 <aaka of al? c? oaifa*! bi III ??*<?? k Moaahao. Inlr irallliK I'olMlral llraaa. Tiir Mnatobiai iinTiok in the T?rr*rrr mrrrm MIIIIVI, [ Prom tb* Alcana K*fi?tar, Jan I ] "??" ?r??laf ai.aTIo* la tiu Twaatr nam itgrrim - TKkiniMun nrrritinnun t?*uirr *<. i.'irr aa ??W4MI -a* itill ?? i.a-ja** TU TV I aMifi !? rt.aoa or aiaox m > i.?*? /i.iwyafoa ''own tv .Vajoi il* for linnd ?? / fur /.?/ imia A ton 7* HprBfWBtrr ,.1M IJaia VI U*n***o II riijrl*r?ill* ... t'? Monnt Mnnia, lat <llat Kit |iana?ll)a k'l Cotitu ?'? Total., W? (?oo4wtn * niajcritr in I b* louaty, at l*aat MO. itn'nrxn < nvnty S na toana I W| intjnnlr f tit f?oo4wln lli* r> malmr* i?>? n? in Ontario rounty will iixmiil l,ml?lii a majority<]?ln a majority in tb* liatnrt -a about '.' ?*? n arw an '?<i It la *rW*nt th* Mofb >.t tb* T?*nty ninth 4litiM b*ia a T*r t p? r ofrfalnn of fnakoa of tha rtmniuU ?f tb* ?l't | artl** nii.ln tb* !?*?) of ra<liraltam Th?f n irh ('?(?I -'am a w*ya an I prlnclplaa It namla oat Uaa ?(4r* of a | mph*t to aura all ak'> bar* a fraa'4 far tl>*ir h*i*alt?r to look artl to ?bat tbay do Taw* la Do aalatjr hot in Aaxlraa >m no an ra rwlaae* but aa tiu* A n.*ri'aa ?*nt m*nta to whi' h 'h* Tw*nty a<atk ?' alii, t I ai* (Ion ntt< ran. * IWr* la aot a 4iatrtM la th* wbol* Ptal* that will not (tr* a !lk* utWr*?*w wka* ? ?T*r an oj,|>rtualty aecura ? i<ii i ?i o i m In th* Jm r*nl of laat *r*nlnf la i>'ibtlab*1 a 'all far a eanrua of tb* mambara of tha I *(ta|*tura " for tb* awr ? | of no?n)r ?<m# a ramlftat* to ha aapportM kf th? m f".r tha ullira of I alv*>l Hatn Haaalat on Tawarlaf , tha ?th of liU ai/ a*it Cooal<l*rtn( thai " Maai'a*' u an from tha Iwanty ninth ll*tri<-t 'tawit irr ra kf that tiai* ?!??* not tbia ip|*af to b* raab ng aaatt*ra a lllia' < r it may b* that it I* ?t [<*? t*4 tkat ? ?,?n a ra not >t*a:r?) lhara at all Wa ar* r??)i?*at*<l by tli* lion Mr -laokon, of Mnaiaa, ta >1at* that lha r*f?*??n' hy tb* "iriwfralaata ? f rrtaia Naw Vot* ym P*I I to tb* *ia?t '.bat ba wUI T? t* 'or Mr Pwwarl lot I if n*n*U/i, ar* akatlf witb out foaadit.oa an'l latailr tl iltiaaM with what bia ? an on tbat aa'<ja> t *tU ba. It I* <>a<i*rat?.o4 tb* 0?ai*( 7*?. n?ai baa ?? aa aa fr' an tt>* T?*a<y i> atb <t atr.M Th* raault of tb* abx ? III (Mil ? ?ya'.? b*-l la tba iao>t anataarj maa a*r In 'b* briafaat ^na>>bla para?ra|ib Tb* 'MBWa ar* arooa<t >n> M/ mtaf tha Hra Tar* ???>?) |a<* Mr. H*aar4 T l roUa far IWnatar la tba AM aa ir> bl 7 an4 y?imt+?y it (ra**<7 aamraa>*l that tbara ? (mil ha ao iirmaa o| y*- tion m ntbar boaaa to bia ra air- to* tin* ihixi or kimtioo f? Tba Waabiafoa <orraa^oa.:*at of tb* < la >aaatt T<?'< aa/a ? Vo't mar it !?><? aa a rwrtala th.nj that H*nty A. W <a will a* ?**f*a'"1 la tba a* a >a?<i 'at* for l. rtraor of Virfiaia I ' ow ? -ra*1 i.i-Uf aitb a ??a i ' 'tutt who ba* latrl; r ? ta?l tb'rty two r??atiaa of tba fMatr aa4 la all of ??** b* fao?l traaaa ?* l*aaa ' awl ba ?ba?r?*?l that Mr Wiaa'a frt*a4? war* ">apl?WT 4. '<??.? ia(*?! It ta a?t fat lavwa who tw A ">?rvaa *a?<i-la'* will ta A roaaaatla* w II ba haM a*>t wiatk to i , am aat* a H<ata ti<??< ' r?oMi?irt?? wtatb i^r?T< iMflu ?in?iu?n? POKJCICKSM. <>a (ba Mtb alt a h 11 aaa f.raa**taH .a tba ?l-.4aa ! !'*[ r? ?*n,at?t?* ?/ Maaaa'kaa* <a, ^roblk ? of tbaraarta ?f tb* a.ra aw?aJtb from aa-.ia< aa1ofah>at'"a pafara. Aatml arwaa l?tr'4nr?4 a ih* l**1?Utara ? ?r? 1 Jar *a* oa tb* *f h alt Tbla Will ???*<> "?*** ! fol for aa; ?o?rt a th a ?'a ? V> f* .at!.* *~U/aUam . frt?i i?y ?< kli '?? ,A \ "Ml ? j ?(iwi ?<u4 m* f*? t f* \ uC'i*? 1.1 MUnlHidM ' Ti-? a.ti ??aaa-?? ?*?"/< rro.a i? ?rw mar. Tb* ,?lat raaol . ? oa? ra, *?t.a< lb* b*w i?t<*y Mraa t?ir? ai>4 r*arT***B'.t',*a * ? "*?'*? u *"'* .a^tmaatoTib* M *r?rr fmyrwiaa, ?aaw a? la tfca Ho* aa oa tb* Mil aat afrr *aaaa USa> ma ] k?t rm ? "w Moriiibot im *rv Kinini. A ?a??r?M- ? ?at if Ik* Rar'aa ?? aara IV *rjr baa I am *? "a </+??? '4 tba a^m o atra" * tkat <ka (f*ata*a ka* araowM la abaw Itaa.f laowrraaka, ia4 Ital Mfw* raai Ik* akat* Aaaat^aa arwaf waaM ka 4am' i.a'ma! I abb aaaaa *?*b ? raakata aaaM i ka<> bma praa**t at aar "raraataa '.?a tba SVtb Tba ao. i aattaa waa a* jroa ar* aaara r?lka4 far tha >??! i. a* wf a>m aat af ? 'aa^^ata fa <l*rwia >a |k?aaf ft* * ioka Haar* abo waa art lift Ma Aaa naaamma rarfa wa* al??a to alt w tba aoiaiiaat ow* ta ka aaa*a I j.aU,' I alU gtra ran tba atala af th* taalla* H bak a*mbar of rotaa < aat Itl [ Ralfli ?**'?!(, <?' IrrfMt , .taattar of ..... Tba' l?a*a lib* ? want of baraaoaf Ml KrVaM kaa , laraar'r a#1a4 *1'? ISa Vmt ra'-* *al I <bw I ortap ha aaa to* ^a b: V* b?ar? li? - IM? M Mt ' rl#' al