Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 7, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 7, 1855 Page 1
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i THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6859. MORNING EDITION? THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1855. PRICB TW0 CENTS tgranuifiATa m. MW r<J?M?artViNb IVItfiH BAY OF S?LB u? TBB IjUT GBBAT iiviL irilT nr th? huild hould hi aha! a >1 out rut im txgiLi ip rummt trvHT or cirr li?, ERNEST ORAY. OB TUB MnSUI SOCIETY, BV ViHIi ilAXWE i.l; WITH an rill. OLTITIATIl'Ill'-gUITH Oil DOUJll. [ubUahe* by T. W. ST?jNa,i?I(mH nwrt. tuonrr vern-s new st?,r? ii pron -unoed BT (rrlr BOUV WHO M AM BBAD IT, TUB BEST rbT.ltO -TION that hat e?er am-ua-ad from 1T?r. PCM or ThK ?irricu Ai'THOB*as. Th? NEW lORE LADwkK containing the ttr?t iuiUl OBI, (four col name ) tog' thur w"-b a 'ar^e amonatofe* UiBt mat ux for ?U? gencra.1 r?*dur ii do* B*W- . rllBl ily lUBt.F. CBN'ilt. rot sal- ? all ?bn periodieal depew. lf?? of the urvtl linndrod opiuiaoi of tbe I From the New V rk <4l'ror. 1 We have hgu< thai uho publisher ut 'ho Lulrn pin thi urmons auia of 9100 k ooluina 'or the a?>ry. we oertainly _J Ml ksow whinb to adu Irs war tue anility and perse IrUMif the lady in makii * ? l!nto viaiada ch auhes;d of remuneration for tie labori of her pou, or .? eater w i/e at '.be pur iahrr wl<o out a It (From the H< i?e Jour, al I K?p V< rk Ledger, K <MM tto.u- r, editor and propria Our indefatigable eo?t?o.p. rary duervei the aa ira^em* ur<- ha reoeivaa. H- iiare< neither paial nor ex 'DM IB c?trriiu tor tl.e piiMio fc' d -i a*- the be.t price to cheat contributor!. " lie afl rd- the paper also at a very "derate price ? thiea cent a c .py and place* it when erj lady oau obtain it H<> oomhiuea initr'-otion with auaonient and every depar'uiaat of bit weakly ehowj eJl iiBl taci Bod htulneu oapa i?y A Libiuai. ('i'bli'hbb.? #f le?ra tkat Mr. Bonner, the j Millar <>f the He* Y<rk Lrerir ii to lire fenny fern e hundr^'i J ?'.lira rer eo q u i, i?r as original novel which e liaboa. to OJmiDenct lor that Journal IheNewVirk dgrr de ctv ci to iro?per 'bat i> may reward the liberality its pubiiiter W e aro ulad ti> hear tiiat il doei io proi ir.-^Ktw Vork Courii-r an I fc. quir?r | The pv) 1)1 if. he I ol t'j? Ledmi r ojibtla'a, knowi too well hieb aide bread in tittered, to pay auoh a round prion for e new fclory by Fanny fen., ?lt ?n'. being abjured of it! pular money making quai>t<l-?.? rv Y Tiibune The Lcfa.tr is one of tlio be. ???-?kly literary Journal! in lii oouutry, Bi.d Fanny 1 em, w' oit reputation a* an au loroai and a writer of nni rpaiaed pith and rprightllneii I ooeitH'aive wi'li the Nirih Amerioar Ctntineni, ii coa pbotio. to ita column* Shell's* vo^aced In preparing . " Criniral 3torj " for tLa'. paper ? Uemooratio l'ionuer, _i anny'i stock ii ovidentH aboro par, daipi'.a tho efforti in Irtaiu qaerlcn to dapreei Ii ? ? aieriiury American. i hoeo #Uo l.ava read laony Fern'i writing!, know them be of ih'd tint order of l.i'?ir*turo and will not (ail ot ouriag thir new one oi tbe Lrdt<<r ? Toledo Ulado. Fanny ie the moit popular writer of the day Tbe T,edgar a large, lirat olaia bonncas and family paper. ? Sentiool, H>nda, ^ Y. Fasny jevor put* her pen to ptpar without laying aoma inc that hasa wonderful ?ttao.iiu for the majority of inpla.? I'h.ladelpliia Mer<-ur> jThii will prove a very a'trautive feature in the Ledger, aa I e Story ii not to bepuiliihed in a book. We are glad L<t?* are to have aomethn g m.r? from FBnny'l Pen. It III b? thrire welcoma-Ce e>a(M Y ) Courier. THE MW YORK LEDChK li mailed for one Tear to rrybody who forwardu SI tv tbe pnbllihar, R. BONNER, ) Sataan atieet. New Yo-k HE BEST NEW MOYEx BbPt'RE TEX PUBLIC.? N. 1. Ezpren BLANCflE UEAKWUODs A DEW HOMAHCK or amehioan i?iik. Obi ret 18x0., elotb, $ paper 70 oenti. PUBLISHED TH 8 BAY. And for ial? by ail tua U okaauera. oobtbkti: itiatefy, i*auioB? Temptation, Ibert WaldroB, A CoBfereaoe, ie Arrival. Uyi'ery, anoke aad her Guardian, . Deniau* and Oaiirai, ie Clove. Old poenei Reviiitea. >ve and a Yiiiter, A Famwell to tba Clove, i 0Baipected Henooatre, Blanche among New Friendi, ive at d aa Ad venture, City Frlondl, innta and Pleaiurei, The Play, idmaa,< Biilory, Rival Purpoaea, ratai ems. Intrigue? duipioion? A Colli e Old Soldier*! Story, lion Diaeovonr, Tht Ball, lis and Doubt, A Bevelation, ither aad ?ob. Bother and Son, rarawall Repeated, Br. <*aldren'i Oiitsry, .ova, the Disturbing Spirit ?ou> d and boat, if tha World." Th* Last Parting, Tha Town? Th? Flay? Mri. Carlton? Tha Conoluiton. [Fiem The New York Diily Timea ] ?Tht beat American Novel of tbe ae?*on, aa far at we hare n. The heroine Ua true woman? high in prinalple. atroBg ufTeotion, clear in intellect. The other prinolpal char ter! are her gnardinn, her lover, * queenly Mri. Carlton, lomMtia Machiavf 1 namad Knowlton, and one Capt. Dar n. an old revolutionary aoldier, with hii heart (and that larta one) in tha right place. Toe aio-y li fnll of intereit id the chiraeteri marked wi'h individuality [From The New Ye k Kxpreie ] UlaBobo Dearwood ii a wor? of genuine vigor, fullofpai in, at Ute aad character, and atpeeially a refleo ion oi these developed ia our midit. It poiieieeia diltinotion trom r other !r>cal novelr, that of a anataiaed and dignified Be, wblch if it doei not aim at a uniform ideality, reachei etecasee aad beauty in it! matorial* aad flnlah quite uai to tha beet Eaiiliah novel!. From tba fl- it page to the d tba iatereit ii graduated wia'i acoeleratlng inteailty, d aa a delioioni love story oral a a alt-knit intrigue akli "y aaniged with a view to intimity of Iatereit, happy elation, pleasant date rir' ion and incident, we are pre red ta accord it our vota and aaaotlon as the bait new vet bafora th* public. BUNCE A BROTHER, 128 Nassau street, New York THB TCRP. IKD SOUSE, aiSLM.- TU.8 FASHIONABLE ? Hfft U ao* oomplete U all Itt appniatoenta, Hi the _ ? i iMIm attached are eone>.aatly 4U?<1 with the Bneat M iaateet bwiH to be toand Poraona tm want at horeoa Iilnri be anpplied at the Had Honae. The ti*ttu| ek U ia epiendid order, and tr?ttia# matehe* ocour erery i altera***. The Second aveaae sail paw the door every |o manatee CENTRE? I LLE COURSE. LONG ISLAND? TROT j tin* -I riiey, Jane & lt>? at 3 o'olook P. K Matoh .0, mile heats, belt three ia five, to wa^one. D. I'iffor Imoe roan gelding; Jamea W'be'ple? aamee bay geiding. JOEL OONCK.L1N, Proprietor. ENTRfcVILLE C OURS I, L I. -TROTTING.? TUBS dey, Jan* 12, at So oloek P. M., matoh for 91,000, mile ita, beet three ia five, ia hareeee. O. Spleer name* b. g. utocn, H. Woodruff name* < g Mark MoQnlre. JOEL COM KLIN, Proprietor. tTMOK COURSE, LONG ISLAND - PACING -O.N I Thateday, Jose 7th, at 4 o'olook P. M., a matoh for tWO mile hette, beet three ia '?*, to harneai. Oeo. Spi -namee&r g. Hero; J a*. Whelpley ?mei r. g. Pet. SHAW I WHITE Proprietor*. ? MOM COURSE, h. I.- PARING -OH THURSDAY, ? June 7 at 4 o'olock P. M , a m \ oh for 92,000; mile heati, r t tores ia five, ia hamate. Ueo Spioer aamee gr g. Sort; I Whe!|>!ey namee r. g. Pet. dame day, at S o'olook, a I it oh f- r 9i'K) ; mile heata, beat three in <l?e, to wagone. J. he'piey aamee b. m. Lady Thomae; S. Wotdruff name* b. Butoher B*r. Car* will leave the Soath ferry, Brooklye, - the oenree, at half-peat 3 o'elooa and return at eoon a* i apart ia over Tare going aad returning, SO Mat*. ? 8 HAW k WHITE, Proprietor*. 'MOW COURSE, h. I.?' TROTTING? ON HON DAT, Job* II, at 3 o'olook P M., a matoh for $1,000, tw*aty tee oat, t* herneu. I. Woodroff iame? a. g. Spangle; Jaa. id?ee aaoaee e. g Traatee, eealor. SHAW k WIIITB, Proprietor*. NION COURSE, 1. I.? PACING ?ON THURSDAY, Jure 7, at 4 o'oloek. P. M , a match for 91,000, mile ?te, beat three in At* te harnoaa. Geo. Spioer name* gr. H*r*i J. Wh*lpl*y aamee r. (. Pet. A matoh be .ween ?i toreoi baa been am ereat long expected, iaaa eh aa both are looked apon aa being the faateat in the rid. Hero be* aot been *a he tnrf ilnoe hi* oelebratei pa with the reaowned trotting bora* Prinoe. whieh folly ablie bed hi* elaim to b* the aeet bottomed paoer in the rid, while Pet'e time ha* never been beaten at mile beat*, e or oleewhare, aad thia will b*,withoat doabt. one of the at inlereetlag lacea of tbe eeaaon, aot exoeptlng any. ;tioua to the abore raoa win eome off a matoh for 9400. ? e heata, beet thre* in Are to wagon* ?J. Wheleley nam** a l<ady Themae; H. Woodruff aamee b. g. Batcher Boy. a care will le*ve the Seath ferry, Brooklyn, far the tree, at 2K o'clook, F. M., and aatorn a* aoon aa the (port ?er. Fare to go and ret er ?,(? _ , SHAW k WHITE. Proprietor*. 0 THE LOVERS AND BREEDERS Of TINE STOCK. - The celebrated thoromghbred itallioa Wild Iriah a, will eUad for a limited number of mare* the earning too, at th* Red floaee etablee, at 9M the eeaaon. All a*?* t* b* paid before eerving the mare. All a*oid*at? the riak ef the ownera. . . WILLIAM A. BROWN, Proprietor. I THE T1UDKI. II Fv FKKWCHMAN, 20 TBARS OF AOS, WI3HIS - mtuatioa ?i gardener; M4mto>di all gardening bud ?*? Good nfwwM will M given. Addroaa Mr. Buiftrd, Toaker*. ^AO?RRRAK ARTISTS -WAITED. A OOOD DA " 8?o>e*n irtUt, thoroughly acquainted with the bnei tB th'* App'7 k> BARCALOW'S VAOUKJukan operator wanted at LOOM ??*a,*ieorB?T.of gth ava. and 14th it.; bntflwt tehand* *?d apply. tNGIf-KEI-WANTED, A OOOD, RRLIABLR MAN, . r*? '-I*'! rtatlonarv engine. aad otherwise to make ""ft! l'?t? la wtKlng. whm been employed, aad lat >m?i ?p? ta d. to H. B perry A Co., MB Broadway. 'ARDNER-A SITUATION WANTRD BT A STRADY J Protectant young man, who understand* th? menace nnt of a vegtable and flower garden. Baa the beat of re ?nef? tromhti I ait plaoe, where he hae lived fear year*. Idreee hex It). Herald Ofloe for two day*. WISJOAglKNER? WHO UK DRR3TAN I)S BIS BU8I aee?; alM ran drive homes, wlihee a (itnaUoa; oanglva i beet of city reference Apply at V Oreenwioh it,, Emi tot Preteotm Employment Society. U PI ANOPORT* MAKERS ?WANTED, A SITUA tien, aa fortmau of a varnWh ahep, hiving aited In that jacltv. Reftrenee from lait plaoe employed. Addrex A., Hi- raid ttatiog where an interview earn be had , 0 FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS.? WANTED. BT a yo n? maa, whonndentaade the above named hnaineeo ul Iti br? *fc?*. by three year'e eiperleneo la one of the teat leotorie* ef thl* Sity, aad la an aoeompUihed carver, itnatioa adapted to hit ability, would prefer In the iilrj Reference* will be gives. Addiei* A. H, 811 4th . eernec Broadway. /"Alb TED? TWO OOOD MOULDIRS AND Til RBE ' or 'our maohlniate, ?? jo to one of the oentrtl town* of w Te?k. For term*, Ao , apfly at Sampam A Baldwin'* a *terf , 121 Orceawleh *?., on Fridty, between 10 and 4 leak. /TnTID-IN A 8BOBINQ SHOP. A GOOD FLOOR ' ma a. Apply at WILSON A BANISTERS veiarlna eboeug forge, 319 Gold Unet, Brooklyn. Single man ferred. 1 FPBamraa. IAKRIW OOTTAOE FURNITURE? MEAT, PRE* ty nriM aa law aa Ma, a* Mm HiiMerr aal ?m *m.M Breed wa^, mk Btaaeker etvoet, beaU " ' k k irutwic?, TEE KlVfcW MINING NAMAL COUNCIL. 11m Giaiui Watt? anl CobmU Of th? K??W Sotfclu({?i. Piww sand Pr?|N?b ? ?or?mai?U ot the Wire #orkcH U?k ont tor m Split ?Ml ft PMlfleatiMi, etc. IHILADKLPHIA, JuM S, IB&5. Tl>* preceedtaga of thi Co?ooll of tkt Know (C?Uii*fi win, It if tl^'ted, remit ia I'efinltclr rthfcpimg the pro gramme of the American p<rtj for 18.-4. 1 have a* doubt of a spilt upon tbe altnr; question , and there m ay alee be a rop'ure upon tbe liquor question. The dal'gate* from tbe Southern and Middle Sta'ea art prepared to unite upon a national plat'orm of constitutional pr-noi ples, the o'arery qaeetto* an the oenatltution Icavei it, aid tuning oat WU?on, the seditions ?Wili#o dlr?|Mii*-r, and bia set from Maaaasbusetts. Peek, of tbe Nm kidovy and bla associates from Maine, and, (a abort, all the fiahiBed abiUtioa coalitionists of tin New Kenand State*. Toej are a'l to be cut alrlft. On thiir constitution ?1 Uataa plat'orm, the a?* great Ditioitl American organization will go into th? aumnu and fall State elcctiena, with a fair enanse of oarrying Nev Ytrk, Nf* Jeriey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennasrse, and with soma prospect of irak'rg a g<~cd inpituiao even anotf th? hotbed* of ha aboliliealnti Tae r?j?ct?4 membera of the But v? 1\ doubtleoa fall back upon Ha ward 'a aaM-alavecy p?(ra*. and go to ?*rk for a general sectional aatt rfarwy ticSet. We may tbua expect in '68 to hws three broadly defined par'i?* in tiaa field, to wit 1. "The new National American part/. 2. The Drnaoeratle p?rty. 3. The general Northern Anti slavery Coalitioa. To come to particular': Among the New York urn, Earlier aud CI! man are rtvali for tbe office of Srwi Pre sident of thia projected national organization. Barker will probably te re elected, nnl Ullman will bars to wait the ehancea of another nom nation for Governar, or nonethiog else. Among the cele<ate* in favor of eipall i<>g Wilson and nil tbat a?t, there are a number, par ticularly from the (-oath, In favor of Fillmore for th-sir Presidential candidate; but I think that there ia a larger nnmber in favnr of George I aw. Thia Com -ii, however, will not decide upon the President al candidate, but upon the platform for '56. Ther* will be tiaa* enough for the candidate a year hence. Kenneth Kay nor. of North Caroiiaa, ia vary busy and very ambitioua. Ho napirea to tbe White House nomi nation; but he will be doing exceeding!/ well if he can get the sominatteu for V<ce President. The delegate* from the Northwestern states? Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Wianonain, especially? lay that aa one half the voters thtre are naturalizid citiztns, there must be tome pruning of our existing Enow Nothing impediments against that class, in order to make any headway in that quarter. They any, too, that the vote of the great West la too important to be neglected. So it is. Judicious men, therefore, think that there is a chance that the national Know Nothing platform may be liberalized to something like the principles laid down la Lire Oa* Georg?'s cele brated and asgasiou* letter to the Pennsylvania Legisla ture. Nou* Verroiu At all areata, the business before thia Convention, and tha issues and organization depending before It, are of the highest moment, and out of it you may look for the classification and arrangement rf this and all other parties for the grand campaign for the next Presidency. FIRST DAY? PK0DK1DIN08 AND OPINIONS. Philadelphia, Jan* 5, 1855. The Grand National Counofl of the Amtiicui conveMd at 10 o'clock this morning, at the Assembly Roema, oorcer ot Tenth ud Cheanat streets. New Ycrk, Massaohusett*, Mans, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersty, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tenneieee Louisiana, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa. Wisconala, Cali fornia, Kentucky, Diatrict of Colambla, Missouri and Michigan, hay# cent their fall quota. On the question of the Presidency of the Convention, great unanimity pervade* the member*. No reasonable doubt exists, whatever, of the n election of Jam** W, Barber. The entire South and Weet, a* well a* th* Mid die State*, are fuMy satisfied of hi* nationality, aad wil give him a hearty and gen* row aupport New England alone aeem* diapoeed to head th* opposition to him? a1: least a portion of it? and on the ground of hi* opposition to their peculiar sectionalisms, asserting their preference for a Southern man with Southern sentiments to a Northern man with Southern sentiments. Their oppo sition, however, will avail bat little. Bat one sentiment seems to pervade the mind* of the member* generally, aid that is, that the great American party cannot bo otherwise than a national p*rty, and that the period ha* arrived for th* full, opes and erpHsit declaration of the principle* by which it is guid?d and governed. This de claration, rely apon it, will auuredly be made during the session. The Convention has some exciting questions to adju dicate?not the lsast ot which will be the action neces sary to be taken with the " higher law" and other ex tremist* who may preaeat themselves for membership; but a* to th* i*sue, no reasoaab** doubt can exist. From the general tone and temper exhibited to-day, faction tats and disnnionists of all grades will be made to walk the plank in short order, and the assemblage made wholly end entirely national and conservative. The attendance, as I said before, was full aad impos ing, presenting the general tout ensemble of a moat re* ?pectable, digniflea and intellectual body. As Its pro ceeding* are strictly secret, U is quite a difficult mat ter to get access to inch details aa will interest the public mind, or give a clue to the propoaed action of the body la reference to the vexed sectional issues of th* day. It seems to be conceded, however, that the salvation of the cause depends wholly upon the body taking the most dee'ded national ground, and in such a shape as t?> preclude t>* possibility even, of aay misua 'erstsndiog This appears to be the fixed purpose of the large majori ty; and I spprehtnd no special pleadings? no matter how plausible soever? win divert it from this paramount ob ject aad duty. The decree has gone forth, aad the work is already more thaa half accomplished. It will, doubt less, givs rise to th* most animated discaasloas, and wil1 elicit much of the heated party strife iacideat to the overthrow of a faction aad it* cherished fanatical pur poses. Wilson, of Massachusetts aad his trained cohort*, are here, ready, 'tis presumed, to battl* to the death for "negrodom" and all it* concomitaat monstrosities; but the " sober sense" of the national* 1* wld* awak* to th* interests, of th* can**, aad will don )tl**a administer such a deserved rebuke a* will consign the '*arch aglta tator" aad tbe"peendo negro philanthropist" to th* tender mercies of hi* morbid instincts, aad to som* mor* oongeniat a>**mbl*gs, where all distinction* of "oolon race aad eaate" merge Into the more desirable one of a black skin and a woolly head, and where he may serve as head "Cuffee" to the whole geaa* or "thleklip*," flat roses aad curly heads, the residue of hi* brief politi cal existence. In r*fsr*aee to the action of the Council this morning, th* whole session, It Is understood, was occupied la the discussion of the mode prrper to ho pur*u*d la th* psr maaent organlsat'oa of the Hon**? in other word*, wh* thsr th* Hon** or th* Chair should appoint th* com mitt** on credentials: th* Chair htvlag referred the question directly to the body for adjndioatiaa. By a very decisive vote, after a lengthened debate, the ap pointmeat was gtvan to th* Chair, aad It I* stated that th* committee appolated by him is eminently national aad ooaaervatlve. Among the member* are recognised:? srinm. mrw rottx. James M. Liacota, Jaaee W. Barker, J. L. Steven*, Thomse J. Lyons, Jo*i*h Covell, L, B. Persons, vaaaoirr. a Sammons, Guilford, G Hqnirss, Hatch, S .r. R. Mallory, rterpont Horatto Seymear, Jr. ?iMiosmn. Gov. Gardner, Lfm, Senator Wilson, Dr. Denhler, Asa B. Ely. Weeks, cxwmmart. Livla galea, Sperry, Mayor Andrews, McCleltaa, Grin wold. JekneM. anonn nuro, nituwiaa. Harris, Johasos, Nightingale, Pyle, Grnea Clement. nmrnnviau. mnra oabouha , Fx-Gov. Jofcastoa, UtlUjeha, Bell. Kenneth RafMr, pITrtton, XABTU1 TO. toniak'^i. Ofcr, But ce, Fur?pl1, Haruy. kieaud, alaiiaha. CoCft. steward, ri/OElDA. Brad fori, H*nr?, Hopkins handoll, cammraia. Johnson, Matth* vg, McCall. VanbockUr, EOKTB CAROLINA. OMS. Cunningham, mivctsota. iticbankoa, Hm(, RumkI. Pirtfr. virchnia. kistiuot or ooldviiia. Harwell, EIU?, '?o^iug. Geldtrd. Rnldm, tiui. Moot*, dnrpttr. El ).*???, Wo r 'all, Do' eler, OarUra. Ar?l ur wiscovkk. INDIANA. HUoOar.1. Ortb, Chxdtr. <oH* a, Wood. Cumvidi mwmCAK. MISSOURI. 0o?, GmuNb, Hiker, Harris, Wiaoxr, Hnjjbm. IvnUw. t*n?im*x. lujROia. Ex Gov. Bravo Dantahower, aid other*. Jmiaia, Eastman. It tw been attended with gr'at trouble to collate area this Imperfect lut, beug scarcely >h taird of those In attendanoe; but at it is my parpoia to eontlnue my iMfarolm, yon may ixftct before the cltia of thia senai annaat rraaion, a full and perfect rejUter of iW preeent membership. Outsiders are as 'hlok as blackberriei; among them I notice Judge Huggi?s, I'll man, Bryce, Andrews, ica., &c , of the city of Naw York; Duivin, librarian to the Senate; Currie, of Westchester, and a host of othsr prominent men fiom every portion of the State, besides vast numbers oi the Order from every Slate ia the oon fed* racy. Among tb? membera present I noticed ex-Q over nor , Joboaton, of Pennsylvania; ax Governor Brown, of Tew nes**?; ITnn Mr Rayner, of North Carolina ; Hon. Mr Bur well, of Virginia, Membera of Congress, Judgea, &c., it?.., almost without number. I will endeavor to furnish you with. a complete liat. The convention will probably hold ten day a or two we el a? or long enough to make the American movement exclueivtlv national, and Union in aentiment and ac tiou. POSTSCRIPT. Jpnb 5, 1855? 6 P. M. Since writing the above I have mat one of the attache* to the Hkkald, whose mlaaioa, I opine, in founded under the misapprehension that the Council, attar ita organ!, za+ion, ia to ait with open doora. Such an Idea, I ven ture the opinion, haa not a single apologist in the body. The veil of secresy. in so far at least as ita legislation ia concerted, has not and wQl not be removed. Why, 't a rumored, and upon good authority, too, at that, that a re so uti m waa passed to-day interdicting even the commu nication of its actaand doings with the membera outside of the general assemblage. If this be the fact, and of it there reems to be no question, mere reporters, aa Bucb, of course, could not have admiaaion. It was never the design, nor has such a proposition ever had a sup. porter in the order that I ever heard of, to throw open the door of its modut operandi to the public. The pur pose limply ia to make known the political principles of the party, and nothing more. I will remark, en pauant , that the America us of this city, headed by Mayor Conrad, propose to give, on Thurs day evening, a grand banquet to the Grand Council. In addition to the many good things which a moat bounti ful market supplies, the programme proposes to have additionally any quantity of good speaking. Four gene ral topica to be elaborated by the prominent orator selected for the oecasion have been designated, and are arranged, it ia raid, as follows:? 1. Tos Union. ? On thia them* the Hon. Kenneth Ray nor, of Ncrlh Carolina, a man of very decided abilities and a fine orator, ia to harangue. 2. Nation amiy ?Albert Pike, of Arkaniaa, a mighty man in the South ? a poet, a scholar, a philosopher, a leaf er of Southern commercial eonveationa ? la to figure on thia th< me, and he will do It well. 8. Thk Pbshl ? Morton MeMuihae', of thia city, ia the chesen advocate. Of him I cannot speak of any persona knowledge, but he ia said to be a man of mark aa well as of ink. 4. Bkligious Libkrty. ? This prolific theme ia to be handled by Andrews, of New York, a chaste, logical and beautiful speaker, Bealdt* these leaders, a aentiment in honor of each State will be proposed and responded to appropriately by the prominent a. embers of the Council, each speaker te ball from the State proposed. SECOND DAT. Philadelphia, Job* 6, 1855. The Convention assembled at 10 this morning. The Credential Committee mads a partial report, which, being received, the case of Ohio, which had no', recognised or acted upon the "Union," or "third degree," came up for adjndioation. Upon the delegation pro (ferine take the degree; (which was administered,) and givi ig satisfactory pledgee to the Convention, they were ad mitted and qualified. The State of Mleeiaslppi was next considered. It ap pears that tie regular Order had no legal existsooe in that State; but that, nnder the name of "The Stars and Stripes," some thirty thousand natives had enrolled themselves and appointed a delegation to this body. Being discovered to be of the right stripe, the whole Or der was recognised and the delegation admitted, bat not, however, without a severe contest ? the nntl elavery interests opposing, aid the nationals advo cating their admlesion. The vote was a decisive one, nine than three to one voting <? the affirmative. Stick a pin there. Among the nationals, I learn that Lyon of your State, a man of fine promise, and one destined to All a higher poeitlob in public life, distinguished himself by hi* able advocacy of nat'onal wntlments and opinions. The de bate generally, It Is stated, was characterized by much mind and earnastnets. The State of I.ouitiana was then brought before the Council. It is affirmed that two sets of delegates are in attendance, one representing a mixed constituency of Catholics and Pro testes tn. the delegation being oemposed in pert of Catholics ; the other, a simon pure' Protestant constituency, represented by anti-Catboties. The dispo sition?' thin Etate will probably oceupy the remainder ol the day's session. It is tkought that a day or two will necessarily elapse befoie the proper organisation of the body is completed, ss California Is alsonere with a double set of delegates Oee or two other States are probably in the same predi cates t. Mr. Barker's health is entirely restored. The sentiment of nationality is the prevailing senti ment, and Dotwtthataading the iatrieacles o( the slave question, the Union sentiment will be nobly vindicated. PhooB sse or ru cohtbntiok. Philadelphia, June 8, 1855. The Know Nothing Convention had net organised up to the adjournment this afternoon. The sessions thus ft r have been sse rely preliminary. Tie report that Barker was to be slaughtered of Gov ernor Gardner has no foundation The substitution of the latter fer the former has not been thought of. The convention will probably organize to morrow, If it dote not succeed la doing so at the session this eve ning. Thx SntMAannc Ki.sonic Tblmrapr ?In our article yesterday on the great submarine electric telegraph, by which it is proposed to eoeneot the Old and the New World, n statement was made which may seem to have done Injustice to Professor Morse, whose claims to th invention of the magnetic telegraph have been settle beyond all dispute. It wee Aral fully developed and ap piled by him m 1881, patented la 1837, and the first lim established between Baltisset* sad Washington In 1844 Several claimants have arisen since his discovery ; but the claims of Profs es or Morse have been so firmly established that there In no longer nay doubt with regard to their validity. Obituary. MATH Oy UT. JAOOB BHODHIAD, D. D. Rev. Jacob Brodhend died oa the 6th Inst., at the bee so of his ten -la-law, Mr. George M. Atwater, at Sprlagfeld, Maes., at the age of Tl years. He was t>r many years one of the associate ministers of tfcs Re formed Dutch Church of this ottr. Be retired, we he lii ve, from the active duties of his charge a few years ego, and removed to the city of Brooklyn. Usee tie eeaeace of the pastor of the Broome street Reformed Tutch Church, who Is now la Europe, Dr. Brodhead has supplied that puMt b all the walks of life the <Vm?ud exemplified the true character of the Cfcrte - i eo tiers aa a ad the fhtthfsl minister. He was the ?< of the distinguished historian, the pretext re ? tiaMilaftMf MtMirilt THE BARNUM 9Ab Y SHOW. amid Display off luf*nOie

Hiutilitd Clicrubima taat ?Oontko?U| Cry^lnHiiir lotettit off tUe Pom*" P?p? UU??.Uirt?l Knih to !??? Ma-ottiO? riie F?itif(n Klvmeot PwdoBMiut'l- In Vnxiott* InqMitraftcr tue Beuflrd Lady ? ?*' oUoC gene between Bnraum, C. W. Olnrfco, an* (.MiicilmMi tHid-A? Hitlwttetl Criticism on the Mblett-rntt P.k*e Animal on bis Thiui>r-ballant t vnduti of On ???? and GrHi.MiMd.WuX ia n Baby 1- A question lot iht Emm OnUtd? off the JHum urn? Broadway Blocked Up by Bar nutn's Babies? rue Police Porc? M "vVet HniMi- moaner chance ffo* a Meil J Pre s?i?tolioi?? Scenes, Incidents, die* Thtt* fc.vs b*en terrible times ?t the corner of Ann etre*" sad Broadway dating tlia la*t two days Bstnom baa app*ar?d at hi* ewn Museum in a new p*ct? tbe Ulysses of showmen has degenerated no tar as to become a wet nurse. In o'hfr words, the Grand National Baby Show? that's wbst be calls It-waa opened on Tuesday, and has >*o visited by fifteen or twenty thousand p-opl?. Tie In f sal Us individuals thus exhibited may truly say? hinc iilae lachrymal V bea Madame de Ptael asked Napoleon, the first Em pete* or the French, who he thought the greatest woman in Francs, bit Imperial Msjesty answawd bitterly, "she wbo his borne the greatest number of children." If we believed in tbe doe'riae cf transmigration, ws might think ibat the soul of la Petit Corporal bad been ttsnsferrea to the Cbsvsl er of Itnnis'en. an! that the autbo'ess of Connie U*ed again in ths persan of on? of tbe Smith fnirily. But Bainum cultivates pricreatiou in o-d?r to bring moie t to ?h lling pieces t j bin ?rea'ury, and only snubs Mrs. Sirlth mildly, whtle Ds Staei dessrved all she got, and Napoleon ehowed himself foe once a match for her. "Ibe De Stall of Twentieth street wat victorious over tbe torsion of tbe Mueeum. Bainum bae, hswsrer, worked on the same general priiciple, and ba? g- 1 np a baby fhow? the second ever held in the world, au< the first within aersn hundred muss of New York? and the novelty of the affair has crawn a good deal of attention. Tbo following is a list of the " motives" which hare induced the " mothers" to expose their children on view : ? TBK FRIZIB. The finest baby under fire years of age ?w?j Tbe finest baby uoder one year ?Y Sex ond finest under one year ? Third finest under one year Tbe finest baby, of from one to three years,... teoond finest baby, of from one to three years i? Ihtrd finest baby, of from on# to three years tbe finest baby, of from three to Ave jean 60 f i cend finett baby, of from three > to five years 15 Ihlrd finest baby, of from three to five years 10 Ibe finest twin., of any age undsr <flve W fecono finest twins, of any age under Are ? Third finest twits, of any age under five .......... Ibe finest triplet, (or three at a birth ) any age. . . . 70 Second finest triplet, (or three ata birth.) any ^ag?. |5 Thirfl finest triplet, (or three at ? Wrth ) any aje.. M The fisest quartern, (or four of a birth.) any age... ^'> Beco.d finest quartern, (or four ata birth,) any age 150 Tbe fattest child nnder sixteen years of age go Second fattest child uod*r sixteen years of age *i> The appearance of the Museum, yesterday, outride and ip was remarkable. The front was covered with huge tianrpsreseles In ths pre-Adamlte ?chcol of art (1. e. chaos), & line of fltgs was ran across Broadway to the Aster Hdum, all the banners were hung upon the out ward walls, and the cry wai still the quarter, ocms.from early morn to dewy eve. To look at tbe crowd in front of the Museum, in Broadway, and even clow up to the doors of St Paul'# church, one would think that the contents of half a dc?a country towns had suddenly been showered down upon that spot. There were fathers of families leparated from their broods, calling wildly for William Francis Augustus or Henry Clay Jones, youths who were franti cally otn*eh*ng the legs of bachelors, or wiping thtir digits, covered with the debris of saccharine com pounds, npoa the light spring silks of city belles mothers torn by ruthless omnlbuMS aid stupid pollae men from the arms of their devoted offspring-young 'nuns with their bonests smashed and their genera errsagements very much discomposed? strong minded spinster*, who punched people with their fans and rspped naughty boys with their parasols-pickpockets wbo could not operate (the people in the rural districts xesd the Hhuid now)? verdaat y -uths from the eouu try? Matt boys from the Broadway clubs? delegates from the beauty and fashion of Leonard and Mercer streets? two or three officers of the blockading squad ron In the East river, ashore on leave, with orders to keep a sharp eye oa the flHbas. ters at the Astor House-Aldermen, CouncUmea, seve ral of the O'Keefe family ? one or two ladies that Mit Mil used to flirt with, and various other distinguished persons -all making up a most turbuteat, detsrmlned aod impolite crowd. At twelve o'clock the ruth was so great that a new ?sit to the street was opened, and thera ws? an Imme. diate disposition on the part of the public to make It an entrance. To prevent this, a stubby looking policeman was here stationed, and, a. utual, was rather more in the way than anything else. He paternally advised us not to go to the show-?lt warn't," In his opinion, "no kind of use ," and he kept up a running Are of remarks of the same character for the bsnefit of the young women wbo were struggling for a chance to see Bar num'x babies. Here we step aside for a moment to ptj a deserved compliment to Da Folic, who had the fate "apposite to Mat Peter," ud handed the ladles out. With the po liteness of a Chesterfield, with the gallantry of a Ro chester, he passed them out, bat, at the eame time, with the virtue of a Joseph and the austere dignity of a Brutus, he re'uied to pass any of th?m in One lady pressed bias hard. She was pratty; she was persevering: ?he knew that "ao" did not always mean a nagativs. "I hare," said she "com* a long wsy from the eoun try and must see the babies." <<You cannot, madam," said the Sir Charles Grandison of the Museum; "this is the way ont; we have sold no ticket! for the past boor; the house is fall, packed, like Taunton herrings in a Bingham barrel " That would nr*t do for our fair tritnd. ' But I teach." said she, "and 1 don't get out ?cry often; I must go In. " Du Solle was softened. lie rent up the ease on an ap peal, to Greeawoed. We think that Greenwood let her is. After sundry difficulties, such as always attend the student in tbe pursuit of a b? trans knowledge, we achieved the entrance door of tbe Museam, whore wo were slruek (mentally) with tbe wax figure of a child ax largo as Ufa, hut not quite so natural. Tho unhappy Infant set mod to be suffering under paralysis of the arns, and its position was rathor angular than othsr wute. It was, ws wore told, loaned to Mr. Baraum for ths show. If we were Mr. Barnun ws should feel oblige! to the owaer if bo would " take that girl away" at once. After stemming tho Tiber outside we crossed the Rubi con at the door ? tbe ticket taker was "such a nice vourg man," brilliant in pearl studs, raven curls and a beautifully djed mustache (a la moiuqu*Utire)?*nd fcund ouiselves faiily among the babies I Whataniiso there *as, to ho sure! What crowing, cackling, scresm'pg. chatting, langhlng and squalling! How well it accorded with music blown by badly paid artists on the balcony 1 Bow the dust flewl bow the girls ohatted and fl'rted! and haw the oncers of tho babiee wsro fcoreo sen victimised with all sorts of questions? perti nent and impertinent ? mod set and impodsnt ? relevant sr. >1 irrelevsntl Tbe Museum, a a almost every one knows, Is not so large or so well ventiUtsd as the Colissoum at Rome, an<i some of tho poor babies must have had a hard time of it. The infants will bo found In tiro oblon< halls on ths first floor of tho Museum According to the ai>nou>cem?nta, tbers were ons hundred and forty three entries, but we counted only about sixty on tho sbelvee Kterday. We say shelves, because that convoys the t Idea of the manner in which objocts of Interest ere placed. In ono hall they are placed, with their attendants, on a narrow platform, and elevated about three feat above common humanity, theae children ate generally four or live years of ago. In this lot there aro three sots each of three children put In as triplets? that Is, each est is tho pro duct of one M'?. One not seems to us to bo genuine. Ihorv l? in tho minion of femals com petent judges a |ie?t deal of wooIJy horse about tbe others. Having no experience In that lino, we can not decide the point. The children are labelled !' twins" or "triplets" nith silk badges pinned upon their breasts, and thsy gsserallv look amiable, although they have to swal'ow a great deal of dust, and nro fait of, pulled about snd pinched by a groat many ladles from the la tercet of sn Inquiring tarn of mind. In one or two in stance* the fathers snd mothsrs exhibited themselves, snd seemed like the fine ould,Irtsh gentleman in Broug ham's song ? "As proud as Julius Cays sr. Or Alexaader tho Great." Great achievements nro certainly as glorious in tho T*ns| le of Hymen as oa tbe Champa do Mars. there aro eotne good-looking twins in this do portment. Wo eon only aay that they liok well, far we bars ansa as schedule of " points " for a g?*4 b?i>y. Ia ft rattle do* oc ? haus (ale V* k*** * re Tgoiud standard, an] from that eriU I tl** "J oompurlsoo. prMunii the iaiy judges ha'e I f*1 , ?*"?? prope'lj, but bteh'Ior reporter* hi 'e ; been Itttly. Tsil ua, Nrs. Trail. Mra. (Jealn, or Mra . Leland, abould * prize b*5/ be like a pri/c cor, ?n 1 ! have the )arge?t <iu?nt:?r ?f b>*r with tb* amnlieet amount of bone?? or abould K nHwrabU a race horn*, all blood and bone, trained Odd e.-umgh to be twmap?ront ? Ihe pteae stJps lor yonr answer! M-re fat, w* see it not the enly ^standard ; and we sv<4>po?? that what th? Net EsjIim people call "eutan.W haa aomethinz to do with it. annexed i? a ILrt of the triptots and ??rins ? Mrs McFlynn, of New lock, (late of Ireland,) ex hibit* three children ? two boy* and a a'irl, eight years of age. Ihe children were born in Irflaad. rhev are fine children; the little girl is dreaaad in pink, and the boya in pink aacks and white trowser*. They are t?m?d James. Mary and Patrick, Sir J. R Hprague and hin wife of Dnnbnry, Coon , eiliibit tire children ? two girl* and three boya - triplata and twina. rhey were bom in Knox oonaty, Olio. The triplets a?o five year# of a^e, an t namod tlarrist Kliu, Hannah J?ne and Harrieon Tay'or. Robert H Owen, of I'ort Byroa, Cayuga coantf, Now York, rhnwa three little hoys, fly* years old. Tlioy are named #m, H. Feward, John Qnincy Adaiua, and Albert Lamartine. Mr Jacob Peu'fl, of New York, exhibits twina? two little ho; a, aged 4 yearn. On? in naxed Jacob ant the otber Her ry . They are dreaaed in calico saoka and plaid t rowan*. Mr>. Ann M.iCabe, of Clove Koail, Brooklyn, exhibit* twina? boya, tight months old. They are rury bright looking lnlant*, and natred Mark and Taomat. They are dreaae] In white frock h Mr Francia Deg*n, of Addison, Near York, exlubita triplet*) ? two boy* and a girl ? 13 month ? old Mra 1'nuli-a, Biermau, of Newark, New Jersey, ex hlbita twin*. girJa. Xhey are J yraia old, and named Flora and Augnsta. They are also pretty children, ] drecM'o in blue frocks. Mr. George Rowley, of Newark, exhibit* twins? boy and girl? 11 months old. Named Alfred and ^arah Ann. Mr. Thomas McCleary, of Matteawan, Neir York, ex hibits twina? boys? aged 8 years. Named Joseph and Francia Pre - aea in gr^en sack and brown pm'-aioon*. Mr Johnson, of New York, exhibits two Utile girls, aged fourteen months ami three years respectively. Dr. Grcrge R. Bond, of New York, exhibit* three little children? two girls and a bor? 3uldah Maria, four years; Auguetu, Ave; Joseph N. B , ten months. The girls dresaed in embroidered drab silk dreases, and the bal>y in white Among the single caniid:ite?, the prize boy at tract the most interns interest. To this younj gentleman? Master Chiirles Orlando Scott, of New Yoik ? was awarded the first prize, one hundred dollara Muster Scott wis Immediately si 'ted out from the baser herd, rail put in a cage all by himself cn ths recond story. Here he sat on his throne under a canopy, with a buxom initran by hi) sida ? <? upon his baby brow the round of sovereignty." WiBfli Id Scott, entering the city of Mexico, Napoleon after Ansterilitz, General Taylor after Buem Vista. pro bably felt elated, but M&star Scott certainly eclipsed them in pride. He Is a good looking boy, four years and a half old, but nothing extraordinary, rhere are aeve ral finer children in the exhibition, although it is not brilliant, by any means Next to the e.?n<|ueriag hero above mentioned, we no ticsd a native American demonstration, in the shape of a young gentlemi ) IS months old, aon or Mr. E Duffv, of this city. lie in wrapped np in tbs ' Star Spangled ban ner" and las a spread eagle embroidered in silver on his manly cheat. Master Puffy is got np entirely regard lees of eipea?e and taste He Is, however, "aa pretty a piece of tieeh as anv In Messina." Mr. W. Riddle, of this city, exhibits a child two years old, dressed In Scotch costume. Mr. KdWarda, of New York, exhibits a little girl, one year old. Mia. Day, of Hoboken, N. J., exhibits a little girl three years old. Mr. George T. Morton, of Brooklyn, exhibits a little bev seventeen months old. Mra. aaixa Ryder, of Brooklyn, exhibit* a little girl ? eight south o'd. Mr. 'William Kirk, of BiooUyn, exhibits a boy and a jrrl, aged nine months and three and a hal: years. George is the name of the boy. Mra. Drake, of Newark exhibits a little girl nam;d Arabella, aged fifteen months. Jobn H. Maglnneea, of New York, exhibits a girl eleven months old. H. Byron Brcnson, of Huntington, L. I., exhibits a girl two years and eight months old. Jobn Hyatt, of New York, exhibits a girl four years old. Mary Josephine, a little girl of four years. Horace Skinner, of New York, exhibits a boy two and a half years old. Pamuel Myers, of New York, exhibits a boy eight months old. Also, a girl three yeais and one month. Joi n Graham exhibit? a boy eight months oil John Rifllej, of New Yeik, exhibits a boy two months and twelve days old Robert Shannon, of New York, exhibits a boy two years and four months old. Also, a boy nlns months old. K. Kirk patrick, of New York, exhibit.- a boy eleven months old. Tliere are man/ other children, but hardly any worth Crtienlar mention. In the hall when the younger ob 1 ?n are located, they sre placed in ntohes in thn wall, and are attended by their mothers and nurses . The chil dren do not, generally, come from 'this city, but in ma ny cases, from the country ; their parent* baring beta tempted by cnpiditj to bring them before the public, aid iuhjfct them to the risk of a four day* show, in a barfly ventilated place, with the. foul air made etill wore* by clouds o( duet The room a wore ao warm aa to be uncomfortable to adnlta. Several of the children are those, we were told, of recent immigrant*, and cer tainly *ome of tbem looked very thin, sickly, and mUera ble. There were many Irish, and the foreign element seemed to pn dominate ; therefore, strangers should not take this exhibition as a sample of Naw York " infant ry." Mo?t of our oitirens bare refrained from exhibit ing their children here, or even visiting the show at ail. And here it might be proper to ash what is a bs by ? Is a hoy Ave years old a baby? If so, when is be a hoy? Or are all boys babies.'' What is, then, a Broadway t-'haofchai- We remember that tbe judges at the Sprint; field horse show ware puzzled to find out what a pony was; and they never did settle the point very clearly or ratixfaotorlly. Now the cjoestion is, what is a baby? We give annexed the queet'ons put to mothers whose ebildreu contended for tbe prize. They are unique and novel In design and construction:? The list of interrogations runs thus:? As It is hollered that Important pbyslologioal tacts may be established thrsucb the National ltaby Show, held at Barnum'e Amerisan Mu seum, tbe jndpes t elected for that oeoasioa require eaoh competitor for the premiums to answer the following ques tions 1. What is, or would bo, tbe present age of tbe father ef the child* 2. What is. or weuld be, the age ef the mother at tbe pre ?eat time? 5. What is the exact date of the child's birth? 4. What it the name of the child? | Au am -rate reply to this queetlea ie not obligator? but in bestowing upon the child a piecc of gold, or silver plate, or eren a diploma, ite name would teem necessary ; annd in any event, the name would be kept a profound secret by the judgee. I 8. With how many ptevious children has the mother been gifted? 6. What wae tbe diet of the mother for a twelvemonth prevlocs to tbe birth of tbeinfaat? 7 Wist were her habits of exeroise during the same pe riod? 8. Is the ohild one of premature or ol regular birth? 9 Have the parente or ehlld resided on mountalaou* or elevated laiid, or the reverse? 10. Hare the diet snd exercise of the chid been subject to sa v sieoial care, or particular regimen? If ee, please dee oribe it. Elate, alio, how often the ehlld has beeu bathed, or wished all orer, and whether in warm or cold water. 11. Please mention any nncommrn personal incidents of which ibe mother was a subject for a year prerious to the birth of this infant." Ite following named ladies were announced as judges:? Mrs. W. Leland, Metropolitan Hotel. lira. W. H. Burroughs, Irving Housa. Mra. I.. N Fowler, No. 308 Broadway. Mra. R. T trail, No. 16 Laight street Mrs. H. Williamson, No. 160 Barrow street. Mrs. J. N. Oenin, No. 214 Broadway. Mrs. Warren Lelana's husband is one of the land lords of tbe Metropolitan. Mr. Burroughs keeps tbe Ir ving Honso. Mra. I- N. Fowler la one of the strong minded. Mrs. Trail's bisbead la a oold water core doc tor. Mra. J. N. flenln is the wife of the gentleman who onoe swept Broadway for na. The oleaginous department of the show is iny r enough. There are several children who are IH JKk Falstaff, "mountains of flesh " A child from Jersey, weighing fifty pounds, elicited very general disgust. There was one child, Mlse Htlen Kckhart, from Eas ton, Pn , four years and three month old, and welgnlng sevtnty five pound a, who attracted very general atteu< tion. Thire was another young woman who rolled In her own fet, and was "explained" by a young gentleman with got d lunge and a rattan stick. A very pretty g'rl, after satisfying herself ahont the fit girl, anxiously In quired for tbe Bearded Lady. The young gentleman gravely announced the important fact that the Bearded Lady was gone to dinner, and a gang (t '?) announced, In the worda of tbe lungs, that a performance was "gofn* on in the lecture room? one shilling extra for Mlbtil" During the forenoon there was quite an Interesting episode in tbe proceeding*. A fine ehlld waa found, not entered, and a presentation affair waa gotten up for liim. The scene waa n very affecting one, aa we h*ar. There was Bainum, supported on the right by a young gentleman, " a member of the press," on tbe left by C. W Clsrko, the youthfal and talented tragedian, and In frost waa Ooucihnan Wild, always ready to make a speech on any subject, from the price of pea nuta up to the value of the Union. Wild made the presentation? eloquent speeih, ao doubt? the bady had a locket and the country Is supposed to be The general arrangements vera good. The doorkeeper sot all the tickets, and the box keeper all the money, we cannot say what Barnum did, ae tbe writer of thle did not see bhn during the day. We pat a question to the young man with the lungs, which he a? ears d at once, sharply and vaguely. There were a great many policemen, and they were very much 1a the war. There waa a great deal of dust, aad it weat down every one's throat. Mot to bo ae rere on the pohee, we don't think the " legion of honor" for politeness doee thens any goad ; bo* the oSeer with the dog ? hip, who ooaduete the ladles acroea Broadway, la entitled to credit for hto courage aad gallantry. Altogether the hah* show to a queer institution. Per haps a hombng? perhaps a ah. (J. Bnnahy. ) It to fanny, but ibe question that puaaled the charity hoy la re la tk? to the alphabet, wCD riaa lathe oultivated mind as to the hahy show, whether It Is worth while going through <s BMlt to gate ao Uttle, INTERESTING FROM EOjtOPE. ARRIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON Attempt to leo?? XTegotiatto?v? for Peace. The Russian Version of (he Vienna Conferences, *ti dt?. The mail steamship Washington, (kpUii Oavaniy, srrivtd at eight o'clock last evening. She left South ampton on the 234 olt. The necs is not ao lata u that brought b y tha Africa, at Halifax, a telegraphio ab stract of whieh we published yesterday, but the detail* ate foor days later than received by the previous ?teaser, and are highly iatorestlag as affecUar the great European question. Opera' leas bare c mmenoed la the Baltic. R?rel haa Veen carefully recrnnoitorod acd will ahortly be hoea barded. The Msgicieane haa already thrown tome 1Mb into the oat works. Admiral Duadaa had roeonnoitorod Sweaborg. According to the Constantinople papers, all the troops concentrated at the camp at Maelak were about to sail for the Crimea, on board of fourteen ahlps of war, sal an immenie fleet of transports with T?st supplies of provisions and munitions of war, and that the expedi tion is destined either for Odessa or the Lower Dean bo. All the Ficnch and nearly all the Sardinian troops had left Constantinople for the Crimea. The cholera had disssppeared at Constantinople. Six thousand DM were promised at once for the Turkish contingent. The Tiieete papers publish the following despatch, dated Eupatoria, May 4:? Eight thousand Ruasiaas an menacing Omer Pasha. Their cavalry is endeavoring t? cut off the allies' communication by land. The balk of tbe ltubsian army, 100,000 strong, having taken up a poeUitn near Simpberopol, U ia non interrupted ensaa nicatlon with Sebtstopol A letter fiom Fiankfort of theUth ult., in the Khtao Gaettle, says:? A new Austrian note haa just been de spatched to the German States, declaring that Aaatria remains faithful to the alliance of the Western Powers, but that the Cabinet of Vienna has not given ap tha hope of seeing peace re established. It is said that tha question of mobilisation Is again brought forward ia thin despatch Accounta from St. Petersburg of tha 18th aanounoo that Cronstandt Is declared in a state of siege. Na pur son can hereafter enter the plaoe without a special per mission from the Governor. The recent new combinations of Russian troops aad some newly created commands have led to ssae obanges In the designation of the corpt <Tamt ?. Tha army under tha oemmand of Friace Paskewitoh wfll henceforward be called the Army of the West, Prtaaa. CorteobakofFs the Army of^the South, General RudigarSs the North, and a new corps In the course of famatiMi at Kiess and ia Volbjnia will be oalled the Army of tha Centre. letters from Odessa state that tbe*arttfleera of tha dockjardsat NicolaieiT are working early and late liar the new ships for the Russian Black Sea fleet. Bach vessel will have a screw propeller. It ia calculated at Berlia that the addition to the Haa sisn army to be made under the last ukase, will csaaM of about 250, G0C nun. Twelve la a thousand is the ratio, aad the levies Include the most populous govern ments -in the Empire. On the 21 1 1 instant, a complete elucldatloa of the views of Austria on the third point of the Vieaaa nego tiation was forwarded to London aad Paris. The London timet of May 23 says:? The City of Meat - real, which arrived at Liverpool from the United Statee on Saturday, lias ou board a cargo of ice for the ho apt - tals at Scutari, whither ahs will proceed without laa* af time. WE PEACE KECOTIITIOI*. The Renewed Vienna CoAf?rewM> In the Hou> ? of I-o.-da, May 23, Lord Lri?nifuMT Mil, I wish to aak the so bl? earl opposite what oourae he ntam to paraae with reapeot to the notion whisk stands in lila name for Friday next ? whether be r to alter the couree h? intended to hare pursued is ooa etquence of the ac?ne of 1m t night, to which, I HUM tbe noble carl waa a apeotator t (La of hter. ) Karl Our aaid, I oan only aa y, in aniwer to the mM* and learned lord, that I undoubtedly waa a spectator to the irene to which he haa animadverts, though I ow not nay that I waa an ediiied apeotator. ( Laughter.) 1 can onlj atate further, that I aa not at present await oi an; cuOicient reason why I should postpone aav mo tion , but, U any reaeon can be shown why I shout* adopt tbat cruise, I shall be prepared to consider it. (Bear, hear.) Lord LTHDnmsT ?J undtrttanJ that torn* negotiating at Vienna are ttill pending, awl ihat it would inflict am injury upon thepuUic interetti to bring forward IV mo tion tf the noble earl until thone iv foliations are. brought 4a a clot'. Under auch circumataaoea, I think it desirable that your lordabipe abou'd know the state of those nego tiations, and whether they aro atill pen Hag or not. (Hear.) Eatl Gbiotiili. ? With regard to the question whlah has been put by the noble aad loaned lord, my noble friend (Fail Grey), as a spectator of the aoeae whiah has been described aa having taken place ia the other bouse, would be able to giro alaoat aa ample aa anawer as 1 can giro myaelt. With ragart to the atate of negotiations at Vienaa, it ia not trua, as haa been auppoaed, that thar hare beea taaUy closed. Ibe government are ready to receive an propositicna that ma; lead to a safe aad honorable pcaoe, and they also leave themselves open to deoliaa any teima which may lead to a contrary reault. (Hear.) Certainly, the confereneee are not closed, and, under tlse circumstances of tbe case, it'iafor the noble'earl hlasaatf to conaider what course be ought to adept. I should ha the laat person to point out to the noble earl what Ma duty ia. It ia aolely for tbe noble earl to oonaider what course to pursue, and II make no appesU to him ea the part of the government. We shall be prepared to meet the question whenever it may be brought forward, eat it ia for tbe noble eail to oonaider what his public duty impels him to do on thla occasion. (Bear, hear ) Lord LTHDHraer? The noble earl aaya tb* uegoUatieaa are not closed; but are they going on ? (Hear, hear.) They may rtaaaia open (or a twelvemonth. ("Hear, bear," from Eail Grey.) Have any propositioas beea mat e which are still uader consideration, or have thejr teen rejected t la there any probability of aay future propositioas being made, and if ao, withie what tome' or nave the government made up their aaiad aa to tbe period at which there ia any probability of the oeaftr eacea being concluded f (Bear, hear ) I never heart any thing more vago*. Ibe subject then dropped. The Pari* correspondent of the Loadoa AV tea, writing on May 21, aaya: ? Vague rumors of the renewal of negotiations at Viaa na, and of a better u nderstan'ling between Austria aad lie Western I'owera. had an eitraordlaary offset apoa tbe bourse to day. Tbe very impropable report that U. Droujn L'huy a la about to return to ofioe, waa cralltad ia maay quarters, aad the latere noe drawn naturally waa that tbe Preach goverameat bad beeome a oonveri to the poller for advocatiag which M. Drouyn I/huya waa diamiated a few days ago A latter fioaa Frankfort, of May IT, ia the Rhine Ga zette, aaya:? A new Auetriaa note haa Jaet been despatched to ttm German Btatea, declaring tbat Auatrla reaaaina faithful to tbe alliance of the Western Power*, but that theoaW> net of Vienna haa not givea up the hope of aeetag peaaa re-established. It ia said that the qoeetioa of naehiaa tion U again brought forward ia thia deapatoh A letter from VCmaa, of May 17, in roaa'i OattUe af Bet 11a, eaj a : ? Tbe plenipotentiary have reenmed with la the laat few daya their confer* noes with Baroa da Heaa, aad it ia aald that the subject uader diacuaaloa haa heaa tha route which tbe French troopa aro to take ia order ta reach Aoalria. It la thought in dlploaaatie cirelea that tfre Grand Duke of Badaa would aot oppoae tha passaga of Flench tiocpa through hia territory; aad they might then crees the Lake of Ceaatanoa, aad ao arrive without difflcalty ia tbe vary heart af Aa stria. Baroa da Bear queney bad yeetarday along ooafeiaaoe with Oeaad Bool, ia which the addreaa of the Poles at Paria to tha Tmperor of tha Franah waa apahaa of. Auatrla haa eat made any repreeantatioa or complaiat on tbe snWeci* but tha Freaoh goverameat haa taken tbe lalMatlvw, and given auah azpUaaUaaa aa to ooasplatsly the publication af tiuat dacnaaent ia the MtmHwur ec tha character of a demoaatration against AeatHa. lite Raaataa Veratasi aftta Ftrrt Vienna Cam Ct ant Neeeelroda haTtoawdtW following circular note to Russian April S, IMS. indement'of the actaal state of tha aagotiatiea, I aaaha k l dVty to draw a sketch of the whole, to atate tha ta iroMs oktaiaed. *> f. which, la ainallag Ha pregraea, have baaa aa eaataeto deatoTb of the *th of Pahmaey aaade yea t> queitedwith the aptrtt ia whto* the >rtraetlaaa wa a ?a5itl which tha lata Kmftat Nlahalai, af |Mt4