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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 1, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW T o be WHOLE NO. 6822. MORNING EDITION-TUESDAY, MAY 1, IT E TV AliD. 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS RENEWED EVERY DAT, IFMlAL flVriuiM. ABEL'S EXCHANGE.- NOTICE ?ALL PEMSONS having property, such aa trunks, clothes, or baggage of any description, ar? requeued to call and pay tiMim, prove property, and remove the tame on or Woro the 15th Hay, after which they will be told to pay expenses. O. A. ABEL. All persona indebted to the undersigned are alac requested to eall and settle, or legal uuasures will be tak en to colleet even the smallest amounts. C. A. A DEL. Masonic notice? the members of oeorge Washington Lodge No 2S5 P. A. M., are hereby noti ? Sed that a special meeting will be held, next Wednesday . evening, at 8 o'oloek, at their new room, 411 Broadway Brethren are requested to attend, liy o.der, H. T. HawiTT, Secretary. J. W HALL, W. If. -XJKW YORK AND HARLtfM RAILROAD COMPANY. . i.1 ? The annnai meeting ot the stockholders of this com pany, for the election of thirteen di'eotors. will be neld at the ot oe of the company. No. 1 Centre street, on Tuesday. 15, 1855. Poll will eommenco at 12 o'clock noon, ana olosea* 2 o'clock P M. The transfer books will be closed on Tuesday, Way 10. 1855, at 3 o'clock P. 11 , and open Wednes day, May 18, 1855, at n) o'clock A. M W. H. EMERSON, Secretary. OFFICE OF THE ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE Company, New York, April 25, 185.). ? At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of this Com pany, held this day, John D. Jones, Isq , was unanimously elected president, in place or the late Walter tt. Jouei, Esq. , deceased. W.TOWNaEND JONES, Seoretary. OFFICE Ot THE ACCESSORY TRANSIT COM pany, New York, April 20, 1855 ?Notice is hereby gi ven to the stockholders in this company, that an election for a President and six directors will be held at tbo offloe of the Company, No. ft Bowling Green, from 12 o'olook noon, until 2 o'clock P. M., on Mondky, the 7th day of Mny next. The tranater books of the company will be olosed on Moa day, the 30th icst., and remain closed until Monday, tht 7th of May, both days Inclusive, (iy srder, ISAAC V. LEA, Seoretary. FFICE OF THE PHOENIX GOLD MINING COMPA By of North Carolina. April 18 1885.? The aunual elec tion for directors will be held at the oflloe ot the company. No. 18 Excbanre place, on Tnoaday, May 1. The poll will open at 12 M. and olose at 2 I'. M. The transfer books will 4e closed on April 20, until atur the election. By order. J. JACOUSON, Secretary. OFFICE OF THE NEW YORK OAS LIGHT COMPANY, April 9, 1855.? The Ptetident and Itirociors have this day declared a dividend of fire per oent on the capital stock of this oompany for the six months ending 1st February last, payable to the stookolders on and after Tuesday, 1st May next. The transfer book will be olosed from the 25th inst. to that date. By order. C. L. EVER ITT, Seoretary. NEW YORK CITY DIRECTORY.? TUE SUBSCRIBER kas disposed of his interest in the above publication to Mr. John F. Trow, and in determining his long connection in that capaoity with the public, begs to return his sincere ac knowledgements for their past kind indulgence and generous support. CHAS. R. RODE. ?VfOTICE ?THE KING'S COUNTY LIQUOR DEALERS i.1 Association will meet at Messrs. TOVTNBEE A HOP KINS, Montague place, near Court street, Brooklyn, on Wedneeday afternoon, at 2 o'clook. when every member is requested to be present to p?y his Initiation fee, and for the transaction of other business THOMAS TOYNBEE, President, ALFRED KONK, Vioe President, P. Clknitson, Secretary. 0 ?pru|| t agmom. A GREAT DISPLAY ?? FASHIONABLE FLOUNCED robes will be opened on Monday, April 8d:h. A T STEWART A CO., Broadway, Chambers and Koadc streets. BULPIN'8 SIX DOLLAR MaNTIILAS-MoST CHARM in* novelties ? manniaotured of the veryjriohest taffeta silk, and universally pronoonoed alike superior in richness, newness and moderation in prioe. to anything ever offered. Ladies call and see. 961 Broadway. BULPIN'S SPRING MANTILLAS ARE NOW READY for eH/ retail trade, and oomprise a matoa'.ess onlleo tionef Parisian novelties, from a beautiful blaok Bilk man tilla, at six dollars, to the most oostly garments manutati tnred. SCI Broadway. Fashions in mantihas. MOLYNEUX BELL, 58 Cai al atrcet, Has reeeivod per steamer Africa, a few new designs in mantillas, from bis agent in Paris for the coming month, wbioh, together with those of his own original designs, suit ed to the more chaste American tasto, he will display on and aftet the 1st of May. The bslanse or his spring styles will now, of coarse, be sold cheapor than before. Ladies, please call and Inspect. Leghorn bonnets at half tiie usual pricei ? Also, a largo assortment of straw goods, Leghorn Hats, Ac., straw tissue, silk and crape bouuets. Leghorn ironts whh silk crowns, for misses. WM. BROWN, late Dunsmore A Brown, 443 Broadway. MOLYNEUX BELL, 53 CANAL STREET, WOULD particularly invite the htrention of the la<lle< to his stook of lace muntillss for tbo oomiug month, which, for ele ranee and novelty of dui?n, aro far superior to anything that has ever been produoed as a light and graoeful faorie f Or summer wear. MOLYNEUX bXLl , 58 Canal street. Notice." all 1 ? e r s on a "are ca utioxe d against .negotiating a promissory n jte drawn by P. A Uerdy. dated March I, lfir>, at six months, for $587 50, to the order of J. Lorillrux A Co., said note having been stolen and payment i topped. STRAW GOODS. FRENCH FLOWERS. AC., ARE OF-' fire-i at very low prices, for cash, at Nos. 64 and 6<J John street, corncr William JUST RKCBIVKD? Super. English split straw bonnets, ? Dunns Me " " Florence " " lace " Leghorn flats, Straw ruches, and a large stock of French gtrmr flowers, of the latest importation. HoMEK A KETCnUM. > THE LADIES? MADDEN A STEWART WILL open their new store, t>43 Uroadway second door above Bleecker street, on the lit of Ma?, with an entire new stoek of embroideries, consisting of ladies' embroidered jackets, skirts, joseys, collars, chemisettes, flouncing, Ac.; 5W doien (tentlemen's linen oambrio hannktrehiefs, at 2t. Od. each: iOO doien lfitHos' hemmed-ttitched do., at 2s. each, and 350 dosen, at 2s. Cd. each MADDEN A STEWART. REWARDS. d>l nn REWARD.? L?8T, IN W'OODHITIX STREET, ?1UU between Hicks and Honry streets. Brooklyn, a single (tone diamond breastpin, * ith a am all straight pin and ctaln attached. The finder will receive the inove reward by leaving i t at tho subsoriber'i, S3 S>uth William street, I?ew York. GEORGE CARTY. <fc7K SEWARD? STOLEN FROM THE PREMISES OF ?P I U the subscriber, John R. Brown, in Thirty second atreet, between Tenth and Eleventh avenue*. on the ni?ht ot March Slat, a gold watch and guard chain. The watoh was a ? hunting case English lever, i>ngra<ed all over, No. 9.212, Brinamard Brothera A Co. on dial and plate, and the owner'* name engraved on the front side of the caie. Any person retnrlng old watch will aecure the above reward, and no question! asked. JllHN R. BROWN, oi&ce corner Thirtieth street and Eleventh avenne. <tAf\ REWARD.-1.03T, yesterday morning. "iP^fcv April 30, while going frjin 47 Weet Twenty thira street, In c no ol the Sixth aveme railroad oars to Barol.ty ?treet, or fimm Barolay *tre*t down ttroadwty to Trinity building, a large leather pooket book containing a lot of paper*, of no use to any <n* but the owner, a moo? whloh were eert fioatea of bank atook in the awe of J. II. Hatch inion, of the Hank of Commerce, New York, and the Far me*'a Bank, N?rwioh; alao, SliO in money, conaiating of a $30 MR on the Metropolitan Rank and three (20 gold oleoes. The Under will roceive tne above reward on leaving the book and contenta with Mra. Lewia, 57 West Tirenty third atreet, between Fifth and .tilth avenues. C REW ARD.? LUST. ON SATURDAY EVE SIN Q, JJ)t) April 3B, between 8 aud 8J{ o'clook, aamail ring in a white box, surrounded with two red a' ones and one white in the middle, between Nineteenth atreet and Sixth avenue and Broadway and Fortv f rat atreet. The above reward will bo paid ftt G. HUNTER'S, 1,282 Broad way. REWARD? LOST. ON TUESDAY, APRIL 24, BE tween Grand and Chamber, streets, a gold locket, oon taining four daaut rrotyreii of children. Tie above rewarl will be paid for ita reojvery, by Halrland A Nllas, 231 Wa*hi*|ton atreet. . AO REWARD? DOG Lt.ST.? ON SATURDAY EVE t?ing. a black Newfoundland dog, with graybh ring round hi* neck, and apoMed on hla breast and furo legs. Answers to tho name of Bath. The above reward will t>e paid by the ownen, on lcavtu* him with WM. EUINTON, 149 Fulton stmt, or W Hamersley streef. LOST AND FOITPTD. Chick lost.-a check or c. neefus on the Irving Bank,- dated May 2, 1?66, for $30. pa; able to the order of Hall, Brown A Vandcrpjol, endorsed by them and Frederick A. Gnion, was lost yeaterda-. I'nyment of the lani baa Veen atopped at the llauk. The finder will pleate return it -to F. A. Onion, 118 Broadway, and receive a com penaation for hla tronble. OUND-ON SATURDAY LAST. A LOCKET, WHICH the owner oan find in the handa of the lady of the houa*, til. 71 Raet F our 1 cent a atroet. Found ? some fewF days aooT an English pointer dog. If not claimed In thrte daya from tMa ..ate. It wilt bo aold to pay expenaoa. Apply at 82 Weat i Twenty-tourtb atreet .TTORfcE 8LANKK1' LOST-SUNDAY MORNING, IN JLA oo ping from Cypress lllll Cemetery, a plai.i keney blanket marked B. H. By leaving it at No 4 Hanover ?treet, or Fourth atreet w York, the finder will b? anit ? ably rewarded. Krr 8 LOST-COMING I >0 W N~ H if DSO N ST R E E T TO College pHee, on Mondav morning, oonsistiag of twa brass and two safe keys. The finder will he rewarded ?by leaving thorn in the coraet ?tor>, 243 Hudson street. OST- A BROWN POINTER DOO; A LIBERAL RE ward will be paid bv returning him to 100 Canal atreet. up atatrs Lost- whilst moving, on Thursday, april 20, or atolen from 121 Chambers atreet a small va In ' cor tainn . sundry article* of litt.o valne to anr one but the owner. Ti e Order will be ei l'nMy rewarded on leaving the same at No. 8 Weit Washington plaoe. T OST ? ON SATURDAY i AST. SUPPOSED IN A DRY Li dock alaie. in golac from Willett atreet throogh Grand tad the Bowery to Division street, a hair bracelet with larca gold claap. with M. C. Aldan engraved on the Inaide. A liberal rtward| will be given to any one retirnlaj the i?me to No. 6 Willett atreet. Lost or mislaid-a note sioneu by brow* A Anderson, to the the order of Charles Knbons, datid I September 28. at six months. $831 Peraoa* are eantlon ;d 1rom negotiatinc or bu)ing *aid note, a* payment thereof 1>M been stopped, tH. RUBENS. stlnie arts. DLAFIXO CARDS.? FARO PLAYINO CARDS, VERT A old and well aeaaoned with all the variens other qui tiiea of Mnen and ertton cards made by SAM HART A CO For eale to the trade and olab honaea at their atore. No- 1 Barelar atreet, octpeite tbe Aster House. TyiDDINO CARDS. -AN ASSORMKNT OF F.YF.K ' vV detl a elegantly engraved a' homenotaa, redding ear 'a envelopes, At., eaa be had en application, or Mat by reat to part of the conatrr. F??ablt*bed l?to. |) JAMM8 fYEKDELL. M Br->*dwM. oortar IltftMII. THE LIQUOR MOVEMENT. Betting of the Liquor Dealer* at Kings Tie Liquor Dealer* Society of Kings county met la Brooklyn last evening, in order to perfect ite organization and arrange a systematic plan of opposition to the Pro hibitory law, pursuant to the following notice Important Mi*tiwo,? Tlis Soeiety of Liquor Dealers of King* county call a public meeting at the hotel at Vettrs. To\nkeo A Elopkiaa, Montana plaea, near Court atraet, on Monday afternoon, at 2o'oiook I'. M., fjr the elec tion ot offlcaia. enrollment or member* of the aanooiatioa, and to adopt a ayatamof action in relation to the tyraunloai three o'clock in the billiard room of Mesars Toynbee St Hopkins, when Mr. Alfred Ronck *>i called to the chair, and Mr. P. Clemitaon acted aa secretary of the boiy. Mr. B.Fkehch, of New York, oaeen Jed tne stand and taid-He had came orer to attend the meeting of hi* fellow traders in Brooklyn but he wax sorry to see so few of them present on such an important occasion. It w;ulil appear a* if there wa* soma hanging back? a fact which, ir so, Le could understand the reason or, and he woulj call on every man engaged In the trade ? every dealer in liquor? no matter how bumble, to come forward manfully and euatain a cause which was tneir own. They had a right to do so. and their right, was just as good as the right which the Her. Dr. TyDg poieexsed to oomeout to injure them. Their cause was exactly the same a* that of the iren in New York: and at the late meeting at Tammtny Hall there they had a* respectable a list of men act ing both ss presidents ani vice presidents, and on their committees, as were ever presented before ky any bciy to the public. There they did not meet as botel keepers, as importer;, or aa spirit merchant), but emphatically as liquor dealer*. (Cheers.) In looking over tbe paper* this mornicg in order to find out the piece of meet Dg of this body, he found that another as KociaVcn, called the Care on League, was to assemble to night in the Mercantile library room, Aator place, New York, and that its members were to be addressed by the Rev. I>r. Chapin. He wa*, in fact, the only speaker of not* to be found in the city who would condescend to addiese a boly composed of informers. In this age of enl ghtenment, and at th a time of the day, it was un neceeeary for him to characterize an informer one of a class of m:-n ever held in detestation by the peeple of every country on the earth. In laying down their plan of organization they should remember that 1' they au: ceeded'in defeating the new law? rum? they would only defeat it up to the 9th of December next. The very seme Legislature would meet at that time which passed the bill, and if it required any amending or tinkering, the same hypocrite* and fanatics would stand realy to do it, cr eveu pats a new act, if required But if the liquor denier* were united they would lay the foundation of an interett wbich, at the next fail elections, would sweep those fsnatics and their interest clean oil tne political field. (Cbeers.) To do this the dealers must be united and bsniah party divisions frcm their ranks. They should attend and watch the primary election* and nominations of candidates. Whig* should watch in the wh;g committee*, and democrats in the democratic, and if three men were in the field, or two, the liquor deal ers should all vote for cne man who would f up port their interests. Ihu* they would be a "balance of power" patty, the support of which would be courted by all the others in the State and in the United State*, tin this plan the greatest enemy a man had, personally, may become bis best friend, politically and puolicly, and the dealers would wield a vast and overwhelming power. If Brooklyn became as well organized as New fork is, you will not find a party who will dare to nominate a test a law legally, you must break it first; therefore the men of Kings county must sell, and defend the prose cutions of tte informers without any shrinking. If they did so, they would be able to employ the fanatics in ths Courts for a year at least, and he would engage that New York would furnlah them with legal work for five jears t? come. (Cheers ) But let there bs no flinch ing?fall into line, and stand there shoulder to shoulder. It wan alio essential to have harmony intbe election of oflutrs. He kad endeavored to gat Brooklyn orgaolzed last fall, but they would not come forward, trusting that the Legit la ture would not attempt to pass such a law ; but they forgot that hypocrites and fsnat cs do not stop atasythlog. Even no ir the Caraon league li not idle as they are, although it was clear that all Ucetfles would be swept a spy after tho first of May. Many people at tribute the passage of this lav to ehuroh influence; bu 1 .say that It waa conceived at d originated intbe church At all the Maine !*>- meetings ever held, flieout of every ?ii speakers were tnin sters of the church, and although the law was dr xwn up by the temperance men at Alba d y, ?i<h the help of CnanceUor \Vnl*orth, tuere is no doubt bnt it was originally drafted by churaamen. This affords evidence to me tbat in this country the church men are anxiously striving for a Unnn with the St tte (Ciners.) However, it is too late for churchmen to Beak t swtep away the barriers ereoted by our forefathers, and the safeguard* of Thomas Jefferson, which continued Irom li87 to 1846, against tne encroachments of the church. (Hear.) The ministers are novassu'niog a near office; and if ttey do so, they should abandon the pulpit, as they catLot "aeive God and the devil." (Laqgh'er ) Ibis occiety should organize for Willi imsburg, Green point and Brooklyn- organize by warJs? aud then a central convention cculd lie easily called. I*t no man's name be entered unless he step up and write it do?n, subscribe to your rules and Fund in hi* initiation feo of ten dollar*. He mutt pledge himself to support your candidate* alao, both in the State an I United States (Iectior*. Receive no sent money, bat let the man ccme up with it, and that with energy. In New York, any man, importer, distiller, grocer or brew er, not joining, will be looked upon aa s. greater enemy than the men wbo drew up the law. You ahould let all such men know that here; alsa, record the naxei of jr ur member* by warO*, and keep a liat of these who re ln?e to join, in order that you may know your friends from your enemies. Write drwn the names ot the re cusants in red ink. At tbe elecfon, you mux*, not know claases, nor must yon in your organizat'on An humble Get man grocer's vote will be juat as goo 1 as toat of a hotel keeper, and I hope nnna will balance tuat of the Rev Dr. Tycg. snd we bave plenty of Germans to balance all tbefother reverend gentleman. (Cheers.) Mr. French tummed up by an energetic appeal far united actirn and retired amidst loud applauds, when an enthusiastic vote of thanks wax parsed to him for hi* attendance and speech, to which he replied taat every man should now "do bis duty." Colonel Garmctkr, of Williamsburg, then addressed the meeting, and said he was fully identified with them as a dealer, and he endorsed all the remark* of Mr. Lrebch. When a clergyman who do <e J :b rough a ser mon on Sunday, ar.d dosed through the week In an arm ebalr, wanted a church built, or " donation visit " from the it wive*, with money, or a pound of tea, he did not inqnlte bo wit was earned, but took it: aivlif theTiotel keepers, importers, grocer*, bar keepers, botler* corker*, glass-blowers, ceopers, bias* founder*, bar tenders, and other* engaged in the trade, or depending on it for sup port, organized against tbe churchmen, ffilir theolo giacs would soon have hungry stomach* and thread bare coats. (Hear. hear). Their pretensions are more intolorabie than those of the English persecutors, who drove away their forefather!. However, at tbe next flection, they would ahow them a little of the spirit of tbe Boston " Tea Boys." The resolution* of th* last meeting were then read, and also a report from the committee appointed to no minate officer* for tbe Miciety. Mr. F Swirr, of Williamsburg, said that he kept three rum miUw " (store*), and had a deep interest in the question. He hoped tbat no man would be eleoiei pre sident of tbe body, unless he were in the liuuor trale, a* he did not wihh men tc sneek in for polU'.caJ purposes. All the officers should be liqutr dealers. Colonel Gardk^kk called on Mr Swift to define bin po sition. He did not wl*h fir the presidency of the so ciety ; and if Mr. Swift alluded to him, he would *ay that he bad told out tbe Fulton House; but if be had, he had purcbaeed the American, and was still a liquor dealer. A ballot was then taken, when the following officers were elected ; ? l'rtritltnt ? Thoaw* Toynbee Vice- PmiJcnt? Alfred Roack. frflcti/rer? John Johnson. Secretary? Win. P. C'em'teon. 7i n/lerf ? Jnmes Wilde, John Snyder, Frarcis Swift. Finance Committee ? Henry Wiggins, Andrew Harrison, Frederick Oh*. The meeting then adjourned until Wednesday next, at 2 o'clock P. M. County. Sleeting of the Canon League? Speech of Rev. K, H Chaptn. A meeting of thin league wm held lest night is the Mercantile Library lectuie room, in accordance with the following call, which appeared in the dell/ paper* yet terday ? The Carson I/ine will hold a m?*tla( on Monday eve ning, Airil SO, at 8 o clock, ia the leotnre room of the Mer cantile library Aeiociatton, Alitor place. Addreeesi by the Hen. Joseph Ho*ie and the Rev. I. n. Chapin. The pabUe are invited to attend. M. T. niWITT, Chairman. Jokl BvAcuurtL, Secretary. The andience wu not large. There were not present mere than two hundred people, and cf tlieae not more than a f oxen Indies. Tills company waa n it what coald have teen expecttd in a large, commodious room lite this, capable o( seating orer one thousand, with the name of the Rev. E. H Chapln aa the attraction of the call. It waa mach to be regretted that a larger andlence wae not present to hear thia popular and eloquent lec turer. The meeting waa called to order by the chairman of the League, Mr. Mahlon T. Hewitt, who presided upon thia occasion. The chairman made a short Introductory speech, in which he eulogised the Maine lew, condemned Intemperance, and put la a goed word fer the Carson l eague. In conclusion, ht said he regretted that the audience would be disappointed in cet hearing Hon. Joaeph Hoite, who wae advertised to addre.** tho most ing. Mr Hoxie wae aNnnt, attending the ma*?lage Of he daughter, which h? bal forgotten at'.net'mehe made tbt appoint.meat to addie ?? them fTliia etc use seemed 1o he perfectly sat's'aetory, s^d we* jood hu moredty received.) The ehelimau latroiuced ti the euoi?nc9 r# t. K. II. Chapin. who *11 received with appltuie. After ? ?hort history of riie ana pro;r<** of the t*nK'*r*no*l?*rtJ' from the Warttngioa am til now, thb lrctui er pioceeded to speak of ttu Maine lit, It * not to tha ud atlKienf we ?r<i to look for the proper area, nenta about thia law' The wealthy man, IouDging on K '? ">(*> *n'1 Bt ***** *>9> (be a'orld, tip* hi* decanter and ,aiP* ?>!* w|n? *la??, art<l tills hi* frieni this law ia all ver7 *>ut be ttaaka .it a little fanatical, and tot 1 " about all thtt he knows, thioV* or cares about it. I\ 18 opponents of the Maiae law tell us that in legislating about liquor we hare confound*] lti ttse with its abuse* Now. we have not dow* aay sunh thing ; so far aa it ia useful, it may be had now, Toe new law baa left every necessary loophole open for too uae that there is in lk|? or. If a man need* it for a (lira u an tor medicinally, ?) oa the proscription of a physi cian it can b* ob'alnefl, We have not cut oil the n? of the article, but only ita aC'use. We have aimed at, ?od we hope we have hit the a'ark, and will stop its abuw. To me liquor an a bev-. rage it is to a rain whit spurs i are in the aide ot a horse kt prtsk* him up, it makes him go alittle faster, but b? can't live upon it? (L*u?ta- ' ter and load applause ) L o you Wk us taat this abuse j should oot be cbecaed ? Do you say that humuiity doea not call for and Ranctien this law? Look at in I Mvsges and answrr me Look at the hosts at Ifce dead arrlsiag from their grave* where they hav? been placed by rr.m, and answer me. Thus host of the dead that hare fallen from rum arise from their graves, more awful, and In numfteri larger than all ?? <*ead that hare gone down to their grave i from all thy battle fields of the world, fro as A r be la to Waterloo. (Loud applause.) But we are told that this is a nura> tuary lav ? thaflt la an innovat.ou upon our chartered rights. Vhy, how many laws are there upou the statute books as restrictive as this, already? Has a m\a now, even a right according to law to dress ai he pleases. Ltt any one here diess himself in female garments and walk down Broad nay, and sec If the la?* dun t deny him this privilege. (Applause.) Has a man a right to neep a pet tiger on his door stoop merely for his own amuse ment, and to bite his neighbor? (More applause.) No rights are restricted by a law that acts for the good of the greatest number. Special and individual rights al wajs give way for publio good. Why, upon this very ground tbe Declaration of Independence w?* based and maintained. Special rights were violated when against George the Third a whols nation stood up, in victory or death, to stand or fall for their independence The rights of the odicers of the crown were violated by this opposition ; the rights of all Interested in the stamp act were violated, but the greatest benefit far the whole community triumphed over all other consideration!, and these special rights were buried in our nation's independence. (Long and loud applauie. ) But men tell us we should have de pended upon moral suasion ; tbut forced morality won't answer? men cud not be forced iato abstemiousness. Well, we have triec moral suasion Year after year wo have preached against Intemperanse. From the pulpit and from the zoetrum we bave depicted the curse ot rum selling ; and in defiance of all our teaoiilng, tbe traffic has gone on, and ruin has spread bef r<? our eyee. Wnat has been the answer of the rumsellsr to our moral suasion? Wrapping himself up in his own selfishness and his intersbts, he says of his victims whom ke has ruined, "Let others look out lor them selves. If he drinks, gets .diunk and ia ruined, the fault Ib his, not mine." This ia now the an-iver we give tbe rumteller, wt en he tells us we are ruluing his iutlness piosoects : "If our law knocks the decanters out of your bands and uptlps your glasses, all we can say to you is, "Look out for yourselves.'' (Loua applause.) You have taught ua our answer an I we give It to you? "You must look out for yourselves " (Rs newed applaute ) But, gentlemen, after all, I must ray I have a liking for this spirit of the liquor dealers in opposition to this law, that is alone my regard for tho? wto are only mongrel opponents Those who op pons It because it restricts their a petites are contemptible in deed. But the oposition of the liquor dealers has a sort of a dating buccanering spirit in it. They hoist their black flag to the mast hoad and defy opposition. Toeir interest are at stake, their property is at stake. Daring to the extreme they level their swivels, whether consti tutional or otherwise, at the good old ship Prohibition as sbe comes looming down on her 4th of July rig, and with the stars and stripes flaunting at her mast nead, and if they give us a broadside we are able to stand the shot and return it with interest. (Kntnu elastic app'ause ) In this Maine law, gentlemen, we bave not made a sudden descent upon the liquor dealers. It is not a sudden storm which has over taken ttem, but one which gave Indications of its com in* years ago. The squall gathered around the rumsel lers lsst j ear, end to them the heavens were dark and louring, whin tbe veto of Gov. Seymour broke through what was to tbem the gathering Ump?sv and with his veto made the heavens all clear again But t iey should have known ttat tbe elements of the storm were still in tbe flimament. and it would gather again. It has come up again, and with good earnest it bM bur.it upon them, and it ?itb alt tueso wnrLlne*, the rum eiler has not cup-nod of bl - stcek, It l.e has not taken in sail and pr (i rided f< r the ; ntbtring storm, why ihe ron-equ-nces arc urrn bis o-a h-*1, and do om but nil own neslejt iatob'eme. ( ? augUur stdrnnewed applause ) Again, gentlemen. it is tot J jiu, tbat ouainees is going to suffer so much frcm tv.is law. Whv, thick how It will suffer Nine millions of bnabel* of grain la this State has actually g?ne tj tlir distillery. Wliat wil be the ef fect!! tfcis nine mill r ns ot b^ela of grain upturned into tbe channels ol We instead of the channel* of dsa.h. Nine millions of tu-liels of grain into the distilleries, and flour at thirteen and Mteeu d-.llars per barrel, and the poor man starvirg for the w.iat of it. A<ld this nine millions of grain to the flour market, and it matt be pla'n to every one tbere will bo more Hour to sell, the pi Ices must be reduce J, tbe poor man can buy it, and when bis earnings are no longer given for rum he will bave money to buy l?s Hour with. (Long an-l eatbu hias'ie applause, and cries of " Thst's so, ' That s the talk.") >ow, in ooncluslon, g^ntlem'n, as to ths moral effect cf this law, I say it wil> as a law, exert all ^the moral Influence that any law d*s upon the statute book. If we are to trast only to moral suasion, ani never appeal to law to advatce monlity, tu?n abolish the law for punishng theft, murder, or aoy other cr me. Ihe tame argument that would abolish the lla ne Uw, as far ss its moral effect is concerned, would a o ish an the other aots upon our statute book* for the suppres elon of vice. This is the law of the last, ani the dlgni tv of be be the Uw of the land must demand for it re_ spect and obedience. I repeat, this will all the good that any otner law will enacted for the morals of the community. But even It it did not, I am for it Even if It did not make tbe sales one glass less, I am for it? for I hold it to be owiog to the dlgoity cf a btate tli?t its vo ce should be on the side of morality, whether the practices of Its people are or Every State owes i: to the woild at large that its otatute boots at least should speak on the side o' joettce ani morality. (Great applause ) And, finally, gentU men, we bave the Ms'ne law, and let Its opponents epeak ot it as ther *"'1. the experiment will have to be tried in the great 8wate cf Ktw York, and I believe it will be success ful (Ciies of? "It will." ' II wil.") If we have maee such blundeilng work in tae passage . of it that a court may drive a coacli and four right thiough it, then whv is there ?o much cotn n-otion abo.-t it among tbe liquor C*akl?! ? , ttey fold tbeir aims and rest easy about it 1 ( , t?r and cries of "goo^, good.") But, gentlemen, we ought to be otrhged to these gentlemen for their kind nets in polling out to us tte weaknesses of our law, aid we will know how to mend it next t.me. (Lvigh^er and applause.) Let their Uwjsrs tell us where the flaw is, and we wil' be sure to repair it (Renewed applause.) w'e are bound to imprison old King alcoliol; and If, wben we shut him up, we find he can leak out of this hole or t tat hole, you msy r?st assured we will take care to male the priion all right next time. (Great ap. clause.) And here is another benefit result ng lrom the law which we did not look for. and taat is, the benefit of contrasting the full privilege to sell rum with tbe re titrctii rs of tbe Maine law. Our public offloers have told ua tbat from the lot or May till vne 4th , of July n?xt tt ere Is DO a t against the sale of liquor. If tats is so? but 1 (oa't telieve It b? th.n let our streets, froii bow till then, rceU with the beauties of this glor ous privilege^ let men c rin* their fill? let thr m drink tjl'^tbey can drink no more? and thon, alter the 4th oi July next, wben prohibition is the or'er of the land then we will be able to judge by contrast snl experience whiaa Is heet-unhndl'd indulg-ice lu *tron< drink or entire pro hibit on (ltie*ed applause ) But all the talk, I tel eve ti.? coairounity will stsnd by this Uw. When Mi r a n^reia lost her hushand.and her throne, sbe fled to Hungary for protecUon. She gather | ed aiound hi r tbe oli s. Idlers who hail fought for her father I ic? her brow wss tbe diadem ol Hungary. b? l.er flicc fwut?g tl?e scimetar ol 8tate; she wai ce in deep mourn ug ; ahe could not uttsr a word, for bei heart was tco full for utterance ; she took her infant child and holdirg it in her hsbds she presented 1 1 lothe roldiers, and instaotij every s word leapt from its scab baid. as? at occa tie cause of the Queen bwame the cause of thete vet?rans It is with ihe Maine law - sbe t as b(< n Oe'ente<i but she rises again; she sUn.s before u* with the rrown of tte Mate upon nerbrow, and by ber ride awing* the ?ciro?>Ur of ilie Executive

tpproval. Bat Wyfng *N the*?, If you will, Mid*, 1 take hummlty In my band*, *nl with all it* wrong* npon it I fretect it to you, and In ita defence ivak tou to turn npon Intemperance and amlta the hydra-headed monster till it j it Id* and die*. Mr. Cbapin here retired amid the moat enthuitaatle applauae. Tie Secretary of theCartoa League lir. Blackman. waa then introduced to the anrtienoe, who, in ? abort apeecb, Mt forth the object* of the Lea*n?. He a?id it waa to tnforce the Mala Law, b? prceecutinir thoee who violated it. Tbe league waa raialng fane1 a to employ men to oil iest slatiitica and f<\ tl f. r th* j.?o<tcutioa of tbe of fencer* The (trr.v 'i?re wa? necMiaiy. Been white the el'y w? ?? i. fr?e Irora Sindny liquor traffic a rbort t'mr ? it was aaeertaiaed tbat at the b#?' nf the time ot?i two ttrauaand piacea for the tnle of liquor. were open on hunday. Tbe iAaff'ie had crgtn ired lor tbe proeecutlon of offender* After tone far ther remark* oi a general nature, the meeticg adjouruH. the Hotels? The Bianday Liqner Law and the Prtee of Hoard. * W e utCers'aud tLat a numVer of tbe hofeela h*r# rlgn;fl<d their ac'ioi^eeence In Major Wood'* appeal to keep their bar* *Vut cn SunJoy, and thoee wb? repaired to those iirtabUatmente las* Sabbath .o get their supply of !<quor, were politely lifoimel that It eonld aot be l.ad ot'll the fol'owtoR ?ay. The Urge holeU have also ctme to a general vnn'tT.taa \>ng to rai?e tbe prheof t*ard. TLe gutM* in the Aitor, Ht. Ni anU?, N?-w Vik andtftr n.MM) hotel* were notflvl aat wee'e tiae after <b* <l>*t o? U*y the |>ric* of b< Ar 1 wuq-ld he <h'e? d? a daj, 'arte***. of two dollita ?ii<l fi tj cer'a *? * Till? i< donctlxa in rlew o' l ie pr?b?^',% ccrta'.'tt#* t ef tl eir p?oOta by the jroCivki.i r> l^.ior law Jotejf lito operation. Bowery Th.atj--? The Blew Sp?etae??. In allrgor.cal tpec a;l? ca led " The Tempta tions,'' ?u played a' th it thratre ait ere 'or "*? flnt time. It I? f ua<l d upou one of the old faahioned (airy tales? he S. veo Ca tie * of the s'evea pk'**io?e? and is the best piece of its k od that ire hare ere. * 6t>era The plot being entire'/ ?piri ual au<i purely lma<in %ttTe givea the widest range for strong httuatiom and at. effect*. The d? 1 ban dmeraiued to destr oy tw?' ycapg women peaaante at Britaiiy who are about atart ing on a ptoua pilgrimage, but it teams that even the King o! Hades is not able to control the fe nale popula tion of his domitlon, and hi i aaughter Satoaulel not only refuses to aid ba in his ma chinations again < t the young women, but deolaiesher iatentien of 'lefeoditg aud a 'acting them. Tte pilgrimage and its innd?nt? iorm the play, tiie drat scene in Tartara* being to give us a g'iavse of that de lightful locality, Accotiling to the atuge idea of it, an 1 to i?t us on good terms with all parties ? lUe d ? 1 included. He is . .:ber an amuatng person, without the cornuco pia] ornaments or doraal aj^end?ge, wall* Saihtoieb like nil good apiriU on the *tage, is rather a pratty, jourg D0BU3, with abbreviated skirt* anl an abundance of whiter muflin. All nrth of lnluennmi are brought to b?ar on the youui? women acd th?\r lovers ? pride, envy, idleneaa, r?ge, avarie" love and luxury, are the aeveral teinptaiiona to which they are saveratly ? subjected. Itaymond (Mr. J. Dunn) and Ar.e'ue (Jfiwi Hiffert^ are lbs quiet people of tue quartette. They are persona of excellent moral cU.-vracter ? aing pretty duetts, ieaist all temptMiona ? and do not give taeir guardian angel much trouble. Rigolrtte ( lira. Cojke) and Ca" nucha (Mr. S. E 'trowne) arc rr.ther more lik? erdintry mortal*. They get into all aorta of difficulties;, and if requliea all ef Sath iniel's power to bring them oat right in the end. The pioee was well put on the atage; the reentry vas nearly all new and generally good. Toe p.'ay is full of heavy vrerk for the carpenters, and it waa Cone very amoothly nul effectively. It had evidently been carefully prepared and well rehearaed. The eatire bualneaa of the stage waa dona in a very creditable man ner. the acting waa fair. Mr. Browne's Canuohe waa vcty well played? hia style la strongly define. I, but never runa into broad vulgarity, a common fault with low cciuediuna. Mrs. Cooke waa clever in Rigolette. Mr. Dunn and Mias Hiilert sang a duet in the drat act very nicely. In the aeuond they enaayed another to the air of " Suoni la tromba," (Puritaci,) lom^what altered* but not a bit improved. Mr. Webb, who played Satin, waa too boisterous; he should be cool, decided, firm, aarcattls, but not a ranter. Mest-ra T. and B Cony were flexible, fieile and imp!*h enough to obtain* free pars from Cerberus himself. Tee seven pashious were lairly represented. Mr Macgregur'a "make up, for Avurice, was tery effective. Ibe bouse waa crowded? tbe pit contained ?ver a ttout-and representatives of young New York? and the piece was received with marked lavor. The Schuyler Railway Fraud*. 8CPRBUX COURT ? SPECIAL THftM. Efcfore Hon. Judge E. P. Cowries. ?April 30. ? The New Vork and New Haven RaiWoa<l Company t?. Robert Schuyler and 32? other t. ? In this case an injunction bad been granted, restraining the dtfendinta from prosecutng the plaintiffs for aiarei alleged to have been fraudulently issued by Rjbart Schujler, late Preaidest of the company. A motion was subsequently made to diasolve the iajuction, but the Court ordered it to be continued until the hearing and determination of all the motions to dif solve the lnjuno tlon, and that the several defendants show cause oa tne oOth April, wlij the injunction order should not be con tinued until the final hearing and determination of this action. There waup immense array of counsel present; tbe plaintiffs being represented by Mewrs Nojes, Powers, Talimarge, bodge ana l'racey. Counsel for several o( the defendants, il-Hsrs. V. B. Cut log, 0. Lord, H. F. Clark, J Burred. ILe plaintiff* alleged that the shares are wholly Illegal, spmioua and void, and do not represent any portion of the genuine stock of the company; ttat th>*y we'e fraudulently ksned sod p it into circulation through the agency of Robert. ftchniler, tie former president ot the comjan^, without the knowledge or authority of tiie ctmpany 'li e plirntiffa alio allege that, by the law o' the State of Connecticut, the capital stock or tfce c?mp?ny? three miilicna of dollar?? cannot be diminished or increased, nor tbe sbsri a thereof altered, diminished or reduced, by a vote of the directors or stockholders, and that any attempt to do to would subject tbe company to tbe for feiture ot its charter, or the directors to line or imprison ment. Some of the defendants femur, f ome move to strike oat parts ef tbe complaint, and others put in ans w?rs contending for the vslidity of their shirss, which they paid for in good faith, without knowledge notice, or suspicion of any falsehood, traud, irregularity or defeot of tne title of tbe certificates; that they pai t their money in good faith, an:', is reliance on the transfer alio wed and made in tbe transfer book* of tne company The complaint sets forth tee act of incorpora tloa of the company, and that the full amount of ?hares of t.toca-a0,0C0? had nee n issued la pur suance of the charter signed by the transfer agent ol tbe company, and tbat printed blanta of cer tificates v.ere left with the sai<l agent, in order to facilitate the transfers by the h'?l dera. Immediately ait?r the organization of the company tbe defendaat. Robert Schuyler, was appointed Prfsidsut and transfer agent for tlie city of New Vork. On tie .id July, 1851, tcbuj ler sent in a letter of resignation, which was the first in'.imation given te tbe company of the overissue of stock; tley then proceeded to mtke a careful exami nation ot the stack ledger and transfer books, and dis covered tbat in October. 1863, Robert Schuj ler had made fraudulent over'isue of stock a, and from tint date until June the V&th, 1863, the number of share* thoa fr virtu lently issued amounted to 13,281, all of which were Usued by bim, in Mr own private business, or that of his Arm, aLd not for the beoelt of the company, and tbat the stock did not purport to emanate from tbe company, but were i?aued and transferred by Robert an 1 George fc'chujler, in their own p*ieouai and buainess dealings. After a preliminary argument ?? to tbe oner in which the eases should be taken up. tbe Judge decided ttiat be would firtt hear the demurrers and next the motion to strike r ut. Mr. Cutting proceeded to reed and comment on the complaint, and to argue on the demurrer. Among the large bo+lers of the alleged fraudulent shares, Mr. C. Vanderkilt's name appears for 2,00tt? $20<i,CC0 worth? and Mr. August Belmrnt for $8:>,o0:> worth: but these and other gentlemen had commenced suits agairst the company, and are not enjoined by the pre tent injunction. The case ia still on. Mayor's Ofllcr. MAT OK WOOD AMONG THE BULLS AND BEARS? EKCTM- I BKANCE8 IN WALL STHERT. Since tte communication despatched by the Ifavor to the Board cf Br jfcer*, calling their Attention to the f?et ol the Urge collections of brokers and others, wao it was complained, congregated every day at certain honrs on the corner ot Wall and Hanover street!, thereby occasioning gieat inconvenience to pedealrians, a con siderabls numb' r of con: plaint* of a like nature hare been made, especially abou'. the backing of wag>ns com pletely over the sidewalks, and the encnmtiranc a of Micks and building material*, and ho obstructing the Csesge nays. In ail caiei immediate attention waa s'owed upon them, and officers sent to remedy the evils complained of. Aunexed is the correspondence which took place between toe Mayor and Boud of Brokers on the above subject: ? Mayor's Orricr. New Vork, April 2H, 1885. Dbai Sin-- 1 reepeotfuliy r>e ' leave to sail the attention of tbs Board of Brokers to an svil in the vicinity otthe Ex cbSB|t, which tbe> can aff rd me material aid in reaacvinir. 1 allsde to the Urge collection of brokers and others eon*rr gate* daily, between eertatn ht>ura, at the corner ef Wall J and flanovcr etseete. Tl.ia obstruction to the ravel in Wall street has become too seriom to be longer tolerated. Siaee the ' ( pen In* of the eommoaieatiea tc> Brooklyn ny tlvo ferry at ' the foot of Wall itreet, the ntnally /ery lar<e 6ollsctlon of peraona in thst street bat lacmet?d vsry math, unit sum plaints are continually belt* mail* to me uf t*ie difficulty i t pastini; throii.h tke otowd of broken and <>thtr?, colleotc J at the corner referred to. 1 can ate no difference in the eh?- , racter of sidewalk obt'rneliona, whether they are raerrh a disc or erowdt of persons trsn?actia< busiaeei. It is jay duty to Ten ove all eucb encumbrancer. The poor a;-*!' , woman where occupaaoy ol a few rest of atdewalk i fr i ?iner.tly nude the subject of complaint to me. will .?s re eante tor rej roachin* tbs authorities If privileges of a far sreater megiiittide are looser allowed '? othtrt wLe are Srobably lar better presided with the xeaai to proo'df j in ot baeineei accommodations. Tern i' me to sunset to the memberi cf-*he Board, * .ronsh jfB list if eosspelled to transact stcek operation* j? the it'd t, tome other and more teoluJe* place in the rear ot the Merchants' Eiekaflfre be selected lets crowded as a tlw rooghfare To Chas. R. Mauvik, l*rcildei>t >f the Hoar V of llrokm, Niw York Stock ami Ekohakcv Hoard, > knvf Yofcit, Arr'^Vs, IVm ( Hon. F??>?.Ai?l>o Wood, Mtjat, Ac.? 1 uu directed by tlie N?? York SU,ek And > nlkv^t Hmrd *o Anknontedco the r*c*i?t Of J0?r cnmmtini4%^on ot tbi* tlA-p, An J to ?ny I in riptv tbkt the unlfrm pvkAtio* of the B ??rd M tndioAt. <1 bjr it* bj **w?, b?? been t> dUcoorA<? trAn?*jtion? tn U e eireet. It not nntreqnr A?h happen* thAt mp >rtAn? Iw firmetion ii reevWe4 fa the Infertile of tho lei.iou of th? li( ?rd, eitordery wi wletreph requiring lmniot)<A*e exe cution. Tit* will b^e nffioltnl to AoeonMt I* the mAln fir the ikMI which thb tnfmbrr* of tho Stook Ktchnnt' hare in tlie ?t?nnbl*ice* t? >hlch yun refer. It *l*e* me pteAaur* to ??j l) At the tnllj nvrrueUte the effort* ?n<?h jo? ?re tonkin* ?' r tv? prcn>r?Atlon of gcod orJer, And t.mt iu member* *'l'a ^udebTnr t'j co-opirlte with f n# 1 1 the >xt<nt o tl.iit *br/?jr, is tho rag eitlon* contA n?d in y.>or e >m ?"ht if>t' .B [ |m *erjr rt tprotfnlly, ronr >r t iu tTitnl MB i'UAS. R MARVIN, FretMm. Court C?t*??<u*r?r*M Omy. fxrm>fTnimWn\ctW>V*r? ThUUxne ili? M*y ? j (?o mow) ?11"* m t*?* Hf f-r fllltif leim* for tb? Waj t?rm in the dujr ms Ovut, h u I ? t or Cc nrt ?nd Ctrarao* Pit M City lutelllgcnee. rat scurf* op the moon to-night. Thoee who are astronomically Inclined matt not forget the obicu ration of the noon to uigh . It will begin at the faetern side of the moon a'. 18 minute* past nine, and will be a total eel i pee at 21 minute* pact ten; in this way it wtO continue un'fl 67 minute* past eleven, when a portion of the laninous disc w 11 become risible. At two minute* past one o'clock it will be all orer. MOVING DAT. ETidrnc** are to be seen la every direction of the ap j roach of the flrat of Ma j. Cart* moving in every <11 m ticn, conveying furniture from plac* to place, window* opei V ornamented with ruga, carpets and mat* fresh from the b %nds ?' open doors from which are waft ed an unpleasant odor, a combination of xoap-suds, paint a l ^ whitewash, housekeepers,- landlords and ten ants wtar. '*8 an uteasy look, all combln* to inform us that the p* Tiodtcal madness hat seized our people, and that muting day is at band. It Is eald the custom of iLOr ng on the of Ma7 originated with our Dutch anees'org. Ttu ,rc many considerations tbat make it popular with o. r dtliena; the gre?te?t ooe of all, jiir hapa, in the love change so characteristic of Atnerl cjina. who possess ?f wliat phrmologists would call iahabittventss than ? P?rhapB aay other people un ler the sua It's well enou to *'ng "How, swe?t horai," provided it means no ?.ne else's hum*). 1'Uose who bnve be? mp better during tlie year, dealt c mere costly letfgit gs, while the un'ortun%te and piDCued change to lee? expen.-lve apartments, of crovrd together In ho.lBerf. This laet class ha larvelv increased this yt'tur, and thono who observe such thing* tbera never were so many tenement* to let at tbi close of a tjuarter As now. There is cai 1 to be lean moving oat ot the city tbii year thsa formerly, owing pnih* b'y to the fact that the impression i* abroid tbat thrre will te a better municipal government und-r Mtyor Wcod'a.rfrrfae, and that life and property will, ec?*K]uen!ly, be utter here than in the neighboring Til lages, wfcare such a ".thing an an efficient police depart jj.'nt is unknown. y,eslerday was cold, raw and gaaty, with clouds on rhesd big witb r*ia, and erery indica tion tbat Mat day woiA'1 be stormy. It is to be hoped the gods will be proptt'A or, and take pity on poor mov ing nortals, by shutting close the gates of Heaven anl keeping In the unwelcome showers. Ei;i Trap Extraohduca ky. ? A colored waiter, namsd Selo Sapisli, employed ?<t No. 101 Firat avenue, was found, jostcrday morniay, in a rather peculiarly and painful predicament. It at ^psars 3elo hal been out rather late, and not wishing a 1 annoy the inmates of the house, a itemp'ad ta got in -A' celUr way, and lifted the giating to co t-o, when it & 'ipptd from bis grasp and caught his hnnd fait, brainfag *nd lacerating It in such a manner as to pet him In the < reatest ag my. He was relieved from h s rainful poxicim ?? by one of the Seven teenth w*rd police officers, who to ok him to the hospital. Coronets' ih<|ua AN UNKNOWN MAM FOUND DUUSP. SKD ? TTO PERSONS BDHMiU ?U DEATH BY TBBIK C LOTUBS CAFC'HISQ FI?E- 8UDDKN DEATH 9? A LADY AND 0ENTLB M AN. llie body of an unknown man, 40 year* cf age, was found drowned yesterday, in the water, at the foot of Twenty-sixth *tmt, Nsrtu river. The corpte was taken charge of by the police, and tha coroner was notified of tbe (act, whtreupon Coroner HUton proceeded to the spot Indicated, and hell an inqueat upon tbe body, when a veidict of found drownai was rendered. The deceased to all appearances. bad been In tbe ?rat?r ss veral months, as b's body was mush decayed. The de ceased wan about five feet eight ioche* hign, light com plexion and dark brown hair. Had on sewel boots, cress ribbed woolleo pants, white knit woollen under shirt, purple and wblte striped snirt, black satin stock with a bow on it, dark cross striped double breasted vest, ami woollen dark blue box coat A b?y named James Muilin. of 347 West Twenty-sixth street, found tbe body floating down the river about twelve o'clock yesterday, and towed it into the slip at Twenty-sixth street. A littlo boy, named Andrew Harris, seven years of age, met with a fatal accident on Saturday night, his cothes having caugbt Are while playing around the stove, at bis father's residence, No. 66 Centre street. The child lingered nntll Sunday night, when death put an eid to his eulVertngs. Coroner Hilton held an Inquest upon the body of tbe deceamd yesterday, when the jury rendtrcd a verriiet of " Dta'h t?y burns, t om his dailies bhving accidentally taking (lie, from a stove, April 28, 1866.'' Anne lie ley, a native of Ireland, about thirty-two jesrs of spe, oled yesterday at Ward's Inland, from the eil?cts of t-evt-rsl burns received on Saturday night, whiip f r irhO".'* Ink1h* v m*??* ft" t.. i * ? j The decern ed's clothes caugbt fire at the range, and before the lis me* conid t>e extinguished she was so badly burned that sbe d ed the day following. Verdict, ?' Accidental death." Frances E. Ilewett, tbe widow of the late Captain Ilewett, of the steamship Washington, expired sudd-uly yesterday at her residence. No. 88 West Twenty. sixth street, from disease or tbe heart, wbils conversing with one of her acquaintances. Coroaer Ilt'toa lield an in quest upon the body of tbe deceased, wben a verdict of aeatb by disease of the heart, was rendered. This lady was very wealthy, was a native of Louisiana, and wm about toity yearn of age. Charles t'onstan tine, * native of this city, while eat ing bis dinner on Sunday afterncon, at the residence of John Burke. No. 142 Esst Th'rty ninth street, suddenly dropped dead in his cbair. Coroaer O'Donnell held an inquest upon tbo body of the deceased, when it appeared that tbe ceceased had died from disease of the heart. Poilee intelligence. IN SEARCH CF A 80 A PEGRACE ? OH AKGEB OF GRAND LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT. ? Mr Jacob Tome, president of the Cecil Bank of Depo sit, Mtrjlfcsd, and Mr. John Denver of the same place, arrived 'n this city on Eunday night in search of ? quon dum fr'end who bcrrt wed about $600 from Mr. Tome, snd bad taken tbe liberty of carrying off the better half of Mr Deaver. These parties state that the fellow suc ceeded without any suspielon in borrowing tbe snug stm of ff.OO and then Inducing Mrs. Dea ver, by his flat t?ry and tales of bright of tbe future, to leave ber law ful husband and run off with him to parts unknown It has not been exactly ascertained whe'her tbe fugitive Kir aie now in New York, but it is supposed tbey have d bitber. The gay deceiver om left a fond and dutiful wife behind Lim in Depusit. Search is being made by tbe police in tbe city for the runaways, but little suc cess is anticipated. A drover, tamed Patrick Wall, of No. 10 Fifth street, was arrested by officer Webb, on a charge ol stealing $28 from Christopher Morgan. The acused and tbe com plainant, it appears from the test mrny. had some busi ness trscsaciion together relative to tlie purchase of a cow, wben, as is alleged, the accused -netched the above mentioned suns out of tbe bauds of Mr. Morgan, and re fused to vettcre tbe ssme to tbe owner. Justice Con nolly In Id the accused to answer tbe charge. ^Officer 8?eenv, of the Lower I'oliee Court, arrested a nan nimsd Joseph Young, yesterday afternoon, charged with having by false pretences defrauded Hanah Fair grave out of a gold watch and a lot of jewelry, valued at $2t0. The complainant states In lier affidavit that the accused asked her for the loan of $25, and being unable to grant lilan tbe request, (not having any ready ca>h in her pnssesstcn sit the time,) gave bin the je velry to pawn, wh ch she avers be nover has returned. Tbe accused denies the charge, and says that upon an ex amfnat'en be can prove his entire innocence. A young man nairod Eugene Chevalier was arrested festerdsy, by officer Murray, of tbe Second district po ce court, charged with embeuling $26 from his em ployer, Medame Burnett, milliaer, of No. 537 Broadway. Tbe cooplaiasnt itates that sbe sent tbeaosused witb a bonnet, valued at $2*, to one of her customers, board ing at the Car let an House; tbat sbe did not receive the money obtained for the same by Chevalier, who. instead of glv.tg the proceeds of tie sale to his employer, ap prcpiiated the funds to hij own um He was commit ted lor trial by Juttice Davison. F?uc comprint* for larceny were ma4e against John htvtridfcn 'eofcrdoy, beftre Justice Davison, at the 8e cur.d district police const. 8hei id an was arrested a few slays sgo, by Lieut. Flandrean, el the Twentv-flr.t ward polio:, on shsrge of rteal ng a bundle of plate, valued at $60. Krostus Llttlefleid, Eliser Doyle. Jorepli L. Fi ante and W B. timing are the names of the p:>rtle? compiling against bheildaa. 4 Marine Affairs. 'Cm C ufpk* Ship On bat Riptbuc ban been t? . iu ap U LiT?rp?ol by the French gcTernroent, for t ran* port vtt vice, at Rarantean (billing* m month per ton. 8ho ?aeaearea 3, SCO tona. tome of the Engl ah paper* *tate that after be. rig burnt ihe waa rebuilt to har original die, whlsh in not onact 9ne formerly bad four decks, and bat cow bnt ibree, which make* a (inference of oret a 1hou"? nu ton* in her nita*urement. Her oriflaal ton o?g* w*? 4 6f 6 60 95tha. Tint BmMriu Mails ?The ateamer 0?pr< y, Captain Cnethem, arrived at Philadelphia 28th from Bermuda. Papt. O, *TBt*.? he bad *uccer?ed in rompletiog his en g*getr?nte. reruiiog tl:egrniit for carrying malla to and fri m the !?)aac'a to Philadelphia. 'I ha Oapray will atart the Cth init oj her return, The Tmr. r!*IO!? OOCIWE, L. I.- TROTTIMO. Mo.vriAt, Aran, CO.? Match ??'?00, milt heat* Wit Bpojid Bf>CK Coimsk, Kiciuiond, Ya ? 8?cnnr> Dat, A,- tiI 25 ? Proprlftor't pur??, MOO, two mil* haata, (?r wh cb tba foi c*lDg tBtrl t *ff? rosd* : ? Jol t Balcliir'a b. in C?pT*rtoo, by Boa???, Oi m 1 7 j?am ol<5,12tlH 1 1 0. 1* m Kior?ac?, b| HctalA, dam bj H< ntOT>, 6 je*<n ol t, 1 Ih lbt 3 rtia Ca v nOmas <b g by Mianr.ioek, 4?m Ka?? Ktnjr, bj *j?ar?oM 2d*. M 'jtr Thoasaa Booirall'i b m M?aa bj Kpa<lon, < > a IWl*. bj I*T'*th?o. 5 j??r?clJ,., pi. ft. TI-./? lit 112 1 2 2 1 2 TIRarSi 4 BACK. The Advent of Summer, HIT 0AMH8 ? TilKIH ANCIKNT AND MODERN 0B3KSY* AftOk Pin?e ti'me was young. mtnUInd has hailed the ap p roach of fuABier with festivities and rejoicing* , right fully regarding H a a suggeFtive to them of abuadanoe, comfort and pleum. Ike anc<4nta ob?er?ed the four laat days of April aiii the flrrt of May, by cXeriaj ay Ubationa and Iruita and flowers to the Goddea* Rora, and, If history doea sot e.*r, other and mora obj-ctiona ble practice* were In vogue, and lust and lewdness ruled the hour. Appropriate gaiusi were held to symbolise the return of vegetation and espress the joy felt on tee ing the earth again clad in green. Uilton, in gotdea number*, thus halla the opening UUy: ? No* tte bright morning star, day 'a harbinger, Comes 'lancing lrom the tiaat. and leads with ner Tbe Bowery May, who from ber green lap throws The yeilow cowslip and *he green pnmrcst. Hail, beauteous M?y, that rtoet lnipire Youth and mirth and fosit des.re, Woods and groves are of thy rr?<ming, Hill and dale doth bssst thy bleating. auwiif uv yrupio wmn me appro?si of the staton of flowi rs baikd with more delight than by oar English forefathers. The May poles end Mrj riueeos, the dancirgs on the green award, au.1 the other mmifestA tion* by which they expr?ssed their enjoyment, are mat ters of hlatory, which perhaps it woald be well for us to recall tn order to show the sharp contract that exists b?tween the way th?y regarded May and the manner (a which we observe It. It appears that the "metrie outlaw, Robin Hool," figured largely in the gvoe* instituted in Englant Is honor of Muy. Maid Marion, the original Qaeen of th* Jfaj, was not, it we are informed aright, a maid at all, but the leman? rome say, the wife? of the outlaw ; anil it was among the merry rogaes under hie command those festivals originated. The dress of llaid Marion, and of ?11 the Queen rof the May after her, (until th? invention of Paria milliners and ilressmakera,) was * blue sureeat, with white cuffs, the skirts of the rob* yellow, aad re J stomacher, with a yellow lace la oross bar. A coif of purple h.rog from the head, from under a ciown of geld adorned with (lowers, and in the left hand waa placed a red pink, emblematic of summer. The Maypole was simply a post, decked with garlands of Sowers, around which the villager* dancsd to the mule of tabor and reri. " ? - ? ?" ?.4 .l?h i T. ' r For JH i To jig It Stri And 1 prey thee, ti '.uier, y,m) , Conttnt, rays Hodge, and so says Madft% For* this is a I oliilav. Then eve:} man did put ni r hat off to hi I lase, And every girl iid curchy, curchy, curcoy P* tl?e graM. Begin, i?j? Hall? aye, mjr, ssjrs Moll, We'll lead up '?rackingtnn's round," No, bo, ?ajn Moll, and ho .isya Doll, We'll fl*at havo Selling?.-'.'! round. Than every man began to foot it round about \ And ?vt ry^irldid Jit it, jit it, .It it, jit it, In You're out, ksts Dick ? Tla a lie, says Niek,l Tbe fiddler played it falne; Tia true, say? Hugh, and ac say 8ue, And so stye cimhle Aloe. The fiddler then bemn to play the tune again, And every girl did trip it, trip it, trip it to the m Nor were theie festivals ccnfined to the jour, t wanton, for if we are to believe an old Puritan -p ? Old crones that icarce hare tooth or eye, But crooked back and lamed thigh, Must have a friuk and shake their heel As if no pain or ache they feel. There was an old superstition that thoae who wa i get u p b? fore sunrise and w/.sh their faeea with dew < ** May morning would be beautiful for the coming yea t V and accordingly it wa? the fashion fcr young men mk maidens to go out in the woods before nnriw ia group* *1 nf 4?n? ind ?!.?? a- ai.? ? ? ? ?? ? flowers and braicbes of sweet smelling treee to decora t? their dwellings with tbe flowery spoil before the sua pmrplcd the East. But though these excursions worn exceedingly pleasant, if chroniclers are to be believed, they bad a dreadful (?fleet upon the morale of the afore said young maidens, whose reputations suffered quite a* much aa the flower beds. The nobility aad gentry In dulged in this amiable amusement, aad aa ioatanee to on record of Henry the Eighth and Queen Katlitrtoa having observed it. Though May ia considered an unlucky raoatb for mar riages, it ii not for courtship; and a young tody toH* ua how the jracticeJ a divination:? last May day fair, I searched to And a wait That might my lover's name reveal. I' poo a gooseberry buah a nnail I found? For alwaya snails near sweetest fruit abound. I seized tbe vermin: heme I quietly aped, And on the health the milk-white embers spread. Slow era sled the snail-, and it I right oan spelt, In the solt ashes marked a curious L. O, may tbia wonderous omen lucky prove? For L is found in lubberkin and love. It was the Puritanx who first succeeded ia bringing May games inte disrepute, and from the boavy blow aad sore dlacouragement they received at their hands they have never recovered. In our days of prohibitory aad Sunt ay lfquor laws, It la refreshing to look back an the times of Charles I., wban the follow!^- law was enact ed. It beara date Ootober 18, 1033. Sing Charles de creed that? For his good peoplre lawful recreation after the and af divine service, his good people be not disturbed, letted or discouraged from any lawful recreation, such aa dancing, either for men or women, arcb?ry for men, leaping, vaulting, or anv other aucn harmless reorea tiona, nor from having or May gamna, Whltson alee, and 14 or rice dances, and the setting up of Maypelea and other sports therewith used, so a* the same be had in due and convenient time, without impediment or neglect of dlviie service. After the execution of Charles, >iher aad very differ ent laws were placed en the statr.ts book, and sinoe that time May cuatcma have almost, died out to England. But not so on tbe eentinint; there to thia day may ha seen tbe Maypole and it* appurtenances of daneiag and drinking. Dr. Clarke te'la ua that in Russto May Is ob served with great trlat. Thy townspeople adjourn to forest side aad fountain, and beneath the trees upon the green sward, ting and dance to the music of tbe Balalai ka, and manifest their joy by shoutings and tumultuous revelry. The clapping of bands, the shrill notes of the Russian pipes, extravagant and even indecent dancing, are the onlec af the day. In oar own eountry, it must be confessed, May day to looked forward to as anything but a reason of roomette* and Mansonient. At this time of the year a periodieel madnSHs seises us; there is an extravagant delusion abread that somebojy else's lcxlgtr.jp are better than onr oven; aad so, initead of dancing around Maypolee, wa throw our homes Into confusion, pay cartsaen outra geous prices for smashing our furniture, lose enr temper, sleep all night ca the floor, and indulge in all the per plexities and annoyances of movtog day. Have wa not cause to mourn with the old pcet? Hipp y tu ?[> *?'! humcie were urn eaya (for than true love and amity were found,) . When mrjr village did a Maj pole laiae, And Wfcitwn ales and Mij games did abouad, And all Ui? lusty tod Van in a rout, With merry leasee danced the eod about; Tiien Irienothip to ita banquets bid the (neeta, And poor men fared the better for their tenets. It would do ua Americans no harm it wo paid aw* attention to holiday* and fee ti rale, a* there to no lUagu t n*t , with the utilitarian viowa of oar poop la, they mil indulge too much in thooe amusement*. bat ua hail thn ?First of May With garlanda frssh and fay, With mirth and sueta itw, fat inch a if .?? wet ? and all other day* typical of any event &t to be oojuinean orated. A* th*ro la no holiday between New Year's 4*r and Fourth of July, why would it not <o to ioatitnte e?a to welcome the <nsos of fruita and flower* v V. ?. District Co ant. Before Hon. Jnd t* HaO. mm bills or lKDicnam. Apiil 20.? The Grand Jnry came into Co art with bttha of indict ment In the roliowief case*:? IV United Stat'* m. Wm Broten <*<kI other i, for a mu tiny on board the sblp Cynosure Th> V Kited Statu ri. Mavrire O'WI, for opening a Itu ttr end emberdtpf the contents. 7V Uriilfil Stat" r?. D^nnu JtenwutL for nmugglts* TV I n, I'd Stat'* u. RntMft Houtd<n and anoiJmTht ssssolt with a dangerou* weapon, on board the brtr 8?r?e Clara. The Cnite* "Wfi rt Wm Oamrry and nfart, for mutiny on toerd the ship Oatario. Ihe Grand Jury were then diKharnol, and tUe C?-? adjourned for tho term.