Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 21, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 21, 1855 Page 1
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11. THE NEW YORK HERALD. I WHOLE NO. 6873. MORNING EDITION?THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1855. PrICe TWO CENTS ADVERTISEMENTS EENEWED EYERY DAY. " inccut 40T10BI. special meeting or the stockholders or the Buckingham Gold Company will be hold at the office of the eompenv, 51 Wall itrtet, room No 41 on Friday, the 22d Inst., at 12 o'clock, H. B; order of the lloard of Trm tooo. CALIFORNIA --TUB ADVERTISER, WHO HAS RE aidod fire year* in Calitornia, will leave here for San Fraeelsco oa the 5th of July, and will leave there tor New York on the let of September. He will be pleaeed to give Lie pereoaal attention to any bniineei which may be ea trusted to hie oare. Icr any information, appty to Hr. C. J. ORAN> IS?, broker, 63 Wall itreet. MASONIC.-TUE ENSHINO FESTIVAL OF ST JOHN will be oelebrated by a procession and appropriate oe rtmoaies by Weeitheiter Lodge, No. 147, at New Koohelle, ?n Monday, 25th iaat liteehren from lodge* of the jurisdic tion of the Grand Lodge of this State, under the old ooaati tot ion) and sojourning Brethren are invited to be prsient. The ear* from New York will ltave the New Haven depot, Canal itreet, at 9 o'elook A. M., returning at 0 o'olook P. M. Brethren intending to par'ilcl ate will leave their names in the Grand See etary's office, 690 Broadway, before four o'clock oa Friday, -id Inst. RIASONIC.?DORIC LODGE. NO. 280.-BRETHREN AM are notified of the intention to oelonrato St. John'* Day, on tho 26th inetant, by exonreion per steamer Laura Rnapp, from the foot of Market street at 8 A. M. precisely. Tiokcts may be had of the treasurer, P M. Jno. W. Simons, 30 Catharine street. M. J. DRUMMOND, W. M. R. V. Bat aw aw, Secretary. Masonic noticr-the members of mun Ledge, 190. are requested to be at their lodge room, 51 Division itreet, at half past two o'olook P. M., to attend the funecil of oar lata brother, Edward Htrdwiok. The brother* ot the fraternity are respectfully invited to attend. Bl order of JUD.1H BERRY, W, M. D. C. Brattow, Secretary- ? NEW TORE, JUNE 9, IMS-THE PSICE OF BOARD at onr roseeetlve hotels on and after this date will be two dollars and fifty eeats per day. ? . . TREaDWELL. ACKER * CO., St. Nloholas Hotel, HIRAM CRANSTON, Now York Hotel. O. C. PUTNAM. Clarendon Hotel. Notice-all persons are hereby forbid den to pas. or negotiate the following oheoks, drawn en the Bank of the Commonwealth, by Shnfeldt Bros. A Co., to the order and endorsed by W. T. Shafaldt, as payment of the same has boea stopped:?Oat ehesk dated Jane 18, 1855, for tSOO; oat dated same day for $280; one dated Jane X), lor $800; one same day for 9250; one dated Jane 21, for $500; one dated June 25, for $250; ono dated Jane 27, for $250; one dated June 28, for $200; one dated Jan* 29, for $250; oa* dated July 1, lor $500; ono dated Jaly 2, for 9609. ?VTOTICK ?ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID J.V den lo pnse or negotiate the foUowing check*:?One drawn by William O'Donnell, on the Bull'e llond Bank, for $8H), dated the 21et day of June, 1855; another, drawn by John l.idell, on (be Pacific Bank, for $850, dated the 36th or 20th day of June. 1855, payable to the order of, and ?ndoreed by, Charles Wright; as payment of the eame has been stopped. The ladies or the m. e. church of hoboken, N J , will hold n strawberry festival In the basement Ot the church at the corner of Garden and Fourth strcota, Shis (Thursday) evening. Speeches by Rev. C. H. Whitte ?ar aid S. B. Ransom, Esq., both of Jersey City. Tickets 12Ji oents. Refreshments extra. TAX COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, NO. S3 CHAMBERS street, basement of the New City Hall.?Notioe to tax payers. The assessment roll* of the eeveral wards of the eity ef New Yerk will be opened for examination and reviaw firom Monday, tho 21at of May, until Monday, the 25th day of June, inclusive. All tax payer* desirous of examin ing and oorreetlng the said roUe are requeeted to make ap plication to the undersigned, at their office, between the {tours ef 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. 1. W. ALLEN, ) GEO. H. PURSER, >Tax Commissioners. WM. J. PECK. S The public are cautioned against nego tlating a cheok on the Ooean Bank, in this city, trom Reman H. Hopkins, dated Jnne 19, 1855, to J. O. Toole, or bearer, tor $80 06, as payment is stopped. TO HIE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK HERALD.? Sir:?Having seen in yeeteidey's Tribune a statement netting forth that Smith, Sickels A Co. had removed, daring tbo last week. from the First, Seoond, Fourth, Sixth ana Fifteenth wards, 1,936 loads ot ashes, manure and rubbish, I think it but an act of justioe dno to tho eontraotor (J. H. Valentine) of the Third, Fifth and Sixteenth wara*. to ntnte that he had, in the same period, (one week, ending 16th Instant) removed frsm theso wards 2,088 loads of ashes, manure and rubbish. Your insertion of the above In your Widely circulated Journal will muoh oelige, ? ? _ A LOVER OF FAIR PLAY. New York. June 20,1855. 2 fTIRGINIA CAKNEL COAL COMPANT.?AT THE ?Y late annual meeting of the stockholders of the Virginia Cannel Coal Company, the following resolution was annul Jtously sdorted;? Resolved. That the vots of thanks of this Comptny bs tendered to Br. H. A. Dn Bois. for hi* efficiency, integrity, nnd valuable services as President; and that this Company regret tho necessity which arises from his private engage meats, nnd which oempsllsd bis resignation. (Signed; WM. CALmRIFDER, Seeratary. rewardb. <t?n RSVARD WILL BE PAID ON THE CON VIC U'CU tion of the person who, en two ooonaioae, has turns 1 ?ur gas on during the day, far the purpose, we apprehend, ?1 firing the building. MEADE BROS., 233 Broadway. gJ?E REWARD.?LOST, ON THURSDAY, THE 14TH *PU lest., a liver colored and white spotted pointer d*g. Answers to the name of Major. Formerly tho property of Robt. Siao'air, deceased. Whoever will return him to Jas. O. S. Sinclair, 763 Broadway, shall receive the above re ward. (PC WILL BE PAID TO THE BOY WHO PICKED UP the black nnd tan slut in South Seventh street, Wil liamsburg, if he returns her forthwith to 75 in tamo street; lie is known, and if he retains her, he will be prosecuted to Ah* utmost. REWARD.?LOST, IN THE VICINITY OF SIXTH nveane end Twenty fifth street, on the 13th Inst., n parcel containing cloven black silk mantillas. Ths finder will receive ths above reward by leaving them at COCH RAN A CLARKE'S, 43 Warren street. H?Q REWARD.?LOST, ON SATURDAY NIGHT LAST, <Pl) n yellow or tan oolored dog; breast and tip of tail white. Had en a leather collar; answers to the name of Carlo. Whoever will return him, or address n note, stating where he may be found, to 17 East Thirty-third street, will receive the above reward. $5 LOBT AKD Fram. DOG LOST.-A^ERY SMALL TAM TERRIER, WITH cropped rare and till, near the corner of Broadway and Tenth itreet. a suitable reward will be paid by return ing himjto 7f7 Broadway FOUND-ON FRIDAY NIGHT LAST, IN BROADWAY, ?ear Fourteenth street, a gold bracelet, which the ewner can recover by applying to H. T. K1ERBTED A SON, 829 Broadway, at the oorner of Spring street. TjiOUND?A GOLD LOCKET, IN THE SHAPE OF A J? book, containing two likenesses. The owner can have 11 en returning expenses, by applying at 199 Broad ray, (sfflce ) LOST-PER STEAMSHIP CAHAWBA. FROM NEW Orleans, a linen bag, containing clothing, Ae., marked J. G. Lingham; wae lost irosn landing wharf. The same will Ylease be delivered and expenses will be paid by C. H. ED f AMDS A CO., HI Pearl street, New York. . "J OST.-A NOTE MADE BY DAYID RAIT, TOR S59B, f Jj drswn to his own order, due November 90, IBM. Any person having possession of tha same, ie requested to retnra ft to Levereon Brothers, 15 William street, and the pnblic are hereby warned against negotiating it, the said note hav ing been cancelled. LOST-ON WRDNESDAY MORNING,IN BROADWAY, Barclay or Nassau streets, or iu the Park. a large gold seal, fac simile of Kiss' statue or the Amason Any one find ing the name and returning it to the subscriber will be (nit ably rewarded. W. H. LSV1SON, New York Pioaynne of fice, 114 Nassau street. ? LOST?ON THURSDAT, THE HTH INST.. WHILE going from John street to Twentieth street, n small paper box, eontaininjr an artificial tooth, set on gold plate. A suitable reward will be paid to the finder of tha hex and contents, upon their being returned to the owner. JOHN C. BEERS, 49 John street. LOST-A PASS BOOK, CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT of M. A J. J. Hsrrison with Stokes A Brothers. The finder will confer a favor and be rewarded for his trouble en returning it to Stokes A Brother, oorner of Cliff and Fatten itreets, or to M. llariison, 11 Bayard strset. T OST-ON THE 19TH INST., A VERY LARGE BLACK XJ and white Newfoundland dog; answers to the nam* of Brnae; whits under the belly, on the ehest, legs and tail; blaek on the baok and head. Haden a black leather strap, with brass ring. By retnrniag said dog bo S. M. Taylor, S3 jest Blxteeath street, a suitable reward will ba given. T OflT OR TAKXN BY MISTAKE-AT NIBLO'S GAB 11 den, on Tuesday evening, June 19, a silk umbrella. It the person receiving the same will plotte return It et the G arc en In the evening, ha will receive the thanks of the own ar asd he amply rewarded tor his trouble. STRAYED AWAY FROM BROOKS' OLD STAR HOTEL, (it Hspeaard street, a pair of English greyhounds, fswn color. Any one finding the same and bringing them to the jsbeva addreas will be well rewarded. COMn ~ ~~~ jrtOAlT S5?FLOUR, ?10 ?THE PEOPLE'S OLD 1J established eeal sadfloar agenay, 88 Broadway, w?l . contract durlag this week sc supply for the season first Quality real at |5 par ton, dalivsred I* New York, Wil liamsburg, Brooklyn, Hobokenor Jersey City. Down srltk the monopoly In coal and flour. COAL -CUMBEELAND COAL, OF SUPRRIOR OUAL1 tv will be sold by the subscriber from vassal, for two -AcoVr ssfbSsv.'s. " DARonra acabuom. w TvANCINO ACADRMY?IN_GRAND STREET HALL JJ m Grand atraat, near Broadway.?Tbeatrljel per formal"? and balls every night. Twelve young ladies who csn sing, daooe, sr piny. Instruments,. may Inquire Jjttho nbevobnU, botwoan the honra of J and ? o olook. Also, n largo haii lor balls an A exhibitions to lot. PLAN CI, DANCINO MASTER-INFORMS THE . publio, tiat by an arrangement with Professor Saras ?o, who gives private lessons only, ho has opened at S79 1'evrth afreet, a naw aohool for practical classes every after noon and avening, attaaded by n large number of assistant ladies. Bntranoo 50 oente. matrimonial. rM ADVIRTI8RR, A YOUNG MAN, TW*NTT-TWO year* of sgs, of nnqnootionablo oharacter and good ad dress, la easy oirenmataaees, wishes to open a jorreapoa_ i/leaee (with a view be matrimony) with a rsung lady toem 17 ICtM years af ago, of geed address aad Ubaral adnoaMon, and Rape ale of maklag ham* happy. Please addreas Herry CUf fhrfi, Bread way PeotOifiee, Immediately, as the advertiser tnteads leaving the oily ter some fashionable watering pUtee be spend the Simmer me at ha. Mayor's 0>m. CftNTIN CATION or TllX TUiL OF KB. XAT, TU XL* LIOED DIBDONI6T STREET INSPECTOR?THK CHARGE AGAINST BRNJAMIN JOURS, TUX OTHER BThXXT INSPECTOR, DISMISSED. The examination in the above esse was reesmed at half past 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, before his Honor the Major. Mr. Bay end some of his friends were in attendance. Several other witnesaee were examluod by Mr. has teed, the counsel for defendant. The first person called up for examination was Valentine Corties, who, according to the interpreta tion or Mr Semler, be ng sworn, said?I know Mr. Ray since last spring; 1 was first employed by George Allen, the former Street Inspector; Mr. Key never made any agreement with ms as to the time I was to work, or the amcunt of work to be performed; I gave Mc. Ray monsy three or four times; 1 worked for Mr. Ray last snmaer; I waa told to give Ray money by the foreman, Anthony Knbn; I gave Kahn tbe money the first two or three times; I csn't say exactly bow often; Mr. Ray never told me to make ont a larger bill than the amount actually due for work; It wae Kubn who told me to do ao; I paid Kubn money, becsuee Kuhn advised me to do ao; when I paid Rsy I did not say anything to him; I never aaked Ray to return me the money; I never kept a regular account of the work I did, for I can't write?neither did any one keep an account for me, that I know of; I apeak very little English: I never spoke to Mr. Ray, ex evpt to say jea or no; I don't know that I swore I made an agreement with Mr. Ray to receive false soma of money;! waa told to come to the Mayor's offlo* and ?wear to the affidavit, by the foremaa, Anthony Kahn. The next witaesa waa Adam Bchwln, who said?I have been working for Mr. Ray since tbe contract commenced; I worked for him last summer: I can't apeak English; I don't know who thsr Mr. Ray speaks Dntch or not; I have not apoken to Mr. R?v, but Ray told me to go to wotk In English; I waa originally employed bv Mr. Ray blmself; he made no agreement with me as to the compensation or amount of labor to be performed; he never told me to charge more boors than I worked and to give "him the ex cels; I know that I swore Ray made anch an agree ment with me; 1 paid Ray money about three times: I paid him at oce time about four dollars, which is the largest sum lever paid him; the least sum was tbrte dollars; I paid bim money because Kuhn told mc that as 1 got more than waa due "me for actual work I should pay the aurptus to Ray; the first time I paid Kubn, but I don't know for oertain how often; I never asked Ray to return the money to me; I don't know whether the returns or bills made out for the money were comect or not. Examined by .the Mayor?I paid the money to Ray, because Kuhn told me that the balance above what was due me should be paid to Ray; I know nothing of the matter except what Kuhn told me. Charleee Mulbofen was next put under oath and ex amined by Mr. Busteed. He said?I have been working tor Ray as long as he has| been Inspector; I was origi nally employed by Mr. Ray; Ray told me, when I ap plied for work, that I could have It: I dtd'nt make any agieement as to the smount I was to receive; Mr. Ray never told me that I was to charge for mors than I worked and give him tbe exoess; I never spoke to Mr. Ray about it; he never aaked me for money; oce morning early I gave Mr. Ray $3, because he told me to do so; I gave Kuhn money before this; Kuhn told me nothing, when he desired me to give Ray the money; I do not know whether my own returns were trne or false. Jobn Gorman said?I don't apeak English at all; I have worked tor Ray ainje he waa Inspector; I never agreed with him as to the amount to be reoeived for my labor, or as to the amount of time I was to labor; Mr. Ray never told mo to make out a larger amount of work than 1 performed, ao that the excess might be given to him; I never had any converaatlon with Ray on that or any similar subject; Mr. Ray never aaked me tor money; I paid Mr. Ray money at different times; I gave Mr. Ray 6r. or 10s. at a time?once $3?because 1 was told by Kubn that when I received more than was due to me, I should give the excess to Mr. Ray; I paid Kuhn monty before he told me I should pay Ray; Kuhn only told me that as I had more than was due to me, I should give the rest to Ray; I did not make false returns of my work; I have no book in which I keep an account of the time I work; sometimes I take note of the amount of work I perform; I am still at work for Ray. Joseph SaalfMdt, the last witness, said?I have been employed for Mr. Ray these two yeare; I never made an agreement with Mr. Ray to charge for mare time than I worked, and to give him the excess; I never made a false return; I received more than I earned sometimes, for I was told so by Kuhn; I paid Kuhn the exoess six times, and Ray twice; I was told on the last two oocasions to pay it to Ray, by Kuhn; when giving the money to Ray, I eaid nothing; 1 never agreed with Mr. Ray as to char ging more than was right, or giving him the exoess; I never aaked for a return of the money: the reason I made the complaint was, became I wae told to do so by Kuhn; I received a notice from the Mayor's offloe. Tbe Investigation then closed for the day, until next Friday afternoon, when It will he resumed at half past 1 Respecting the other Street Inspector, the Commis sioner of Streets and Lamps, Mr Joseph E Ebling, sent in the following letter yesterday to the Mayor, by which it will be seen that he was acquitted of the charge :? Orncx Commission an or Streets and Lamps, > ? ? Naw York, June 19. MM. $ Don. Fernando Wood. Mayor:? I bave this day ooueluds-i tbe investigation into iho charges made against Benjamin Jones, Street Inspector ol tbe Seventeenth ward. I have made a very toll ana careful examination under eatb, examining a large number of wit nreeee, embracing tbe toremen, sweeperi, and cartmen en gaged la tbe ward. The principal witness against Mr. Jonei is one John Blue. You will peroeive by hie affidavit, that be, Blue, was aotuated solely by vindictive motives on as oount of having boon discharged, being ooatradieted and im peached in every important matter. I must, therefore, re port that the ohargee against Mr. Jones are entirely unsns talnod. and cannot, therefore, joetly discharge Mr. Jones from hie position. I herewith enclose you ooples ot all tbe evidence taken beforo me. Rospectfnlly vours, JOSEPH E. EBLING. Commissioner of 8treete and Lamp*. PETKB FUNK DEFUNCT?THE DOG LAW. The term of licenses for auctioneers having expired, no persons, who have at nay time been tried at the Mayor's Offlcs for practising mock auction frauds, or are known to belong to that illustrious elsss of msr cbsnts, commonly called "Peter Funks," will gst a re. newal of their licensee. His Honor will be extremely cantlons and extremely severe in this respeet. Several persona have already been refused licenses on this ac count. The law relative to dogs goes Into force on Monday next, by order of the Mayor. People, therefore, who have any peta among the canine race, must bs careful in the way they expose them, and keep them properly muasled and guarded, as the law directs. POLICE APPOINTMENTS. At the sitting of the Board ofCommlsaionera of Polloe, on tbe afternoon of last Tuesday, tbe following persons were appointed members of the Police Department ? Ward2?Arthur Keating. (Lient,) reappointed. Edward Rloe, vice Den man ree toned. Patrick Shay, (doorman,) vice Semi. Myers. Samuel Myers, (policeman,) vice Patrick Shay. 3?Abraham Van Winkle, (policeman) reappointed. Peareall Redmond, (policeman,) ?' 7?Edmond B. Holley, ?? Richard Leary, " 8?James M. Beget, ? 11?William Orr, vice George Miller, term expired. 12?Wm. H Tome, (policeman), reappointed. 15-Wm. Dicks, "?V Jobn W. TiMtole, << Jamss Spear, <? 18?David Heatb, * " 1 !>?Tbos. Earan, " 21?Peter Hedden, ?' Jobn Tracy, vice John Thomas, resigned. Cricket. The second eleven of St. George end New York played their first match of the season yesterday, at Hoboken. New York was victorious by 74 runs. The batting and ?elding of New York was better than St. George. Cel. verly, Shonnard, Preston, Castles, Harrison, Spivey, Porter, Richards and Hsott deserve especial mention' They are good crioketers. On the St. George's side, La liantague, Bailey, Embry, Bage and Johnson played well. Bailey headed the seore of the day, getting 32. Castles came next on the list, making 31. Bailey and Rlcbtrdsj bowling was very^effestive. Scott bowls too wide. The weather after the rain made the day very pleasant, and the ground was visited by a good show of ladles. The following is the score RSW YORK CLUB. First Innings. Second Innings Total Castles c. Vinton b. Tilt. 21 b. BaUey 10 81 Sbonnard b. flit 14 b. Bailey 3 17 Scott b. Bailey 0 b. Bailey 11 11 Calverly b. Bailey 12 o. Bage b. Bailey.. 9 21 James b. Bailey 3 b. lilt 0 3 Harrison c. Bailey b. TUt 14 b. Bailey 6 20 Preston o. Vinton 8 hit wicket 12 20 Porter c. Johnson b. Bailey .' 8 run ont 8 18 Spivey b. Bailey 8 b. Bpiley 8 11 Maxwell not out 1 run out 0 1 Richards b. Tilt 8 not ont 1 7 Byes 6 Byes 1 8 wide ball. 1: no ban, w........ 2 Leg byes 2 4 Total 02 Total 71 183 ST. 0SOROS'S CLUB. Johnion e. Splvey b. Soott 2 b. Richards La Montague b. Scott.. 9 b. Scott Mnnn st. Castles 2 b. Richards. . Bntlow c. Maxwell b. Richards 8 st, Castles Bailey b^Scott......... 18 c. Splvey b. Scott. Bags c. Splvey b. Rich* ards 0 c. Presto* b. Scott Vinton st. Castles 0 run ont Tilt b. Richards 8 b. Richards Kmbry c. Splvey b. Rich ards 4 not ont c. Preston b. Rish Hindhaugk net ont... 1 ards Dattcn b. Richards... 0 b. Richards Wldes, 8; byes, Wide balls 4 1 Total........ ?? 87 'M, , 1 3 1 10 4 ft 0 8 IS 32 5 ft 0 0 ft 8 8 7 0 1 0 0 7 11 u 99 The Pacific Hall Steamship Compaay. An adjourned meeting of the ?t?cL. holders sf the Pacific Mail Steamship Compos/ was hold yesterday at the office of Messrs. Rowland & AspiawaD, for tho psrpas# of listening to reports of eonuiittoee appointed to in vestigate the affairs of tho company?(j serge W. Blast, Esq., is tho chair. Mr Abu ah Mann, Jr., from the committee to eoniider the President's report and to iarestlcate the same, and thecanse of the failure to make dividends reported 'lhey see no reasen to doubt the substantial accuracy of the report, which the/ believe shows the actua condition of affairs up to tho time of its date, when the ?'balance" presented the following amount of assets? $4,427,768 48, with liabilities of $4,568,883 62, being a deficiency or loss of capital stock, (stock being on books of the company 96% per cent, instead of 100 par ratue, paid in by stockholders,) of $140,916 40; the cum ait tee therefore propose the issue of bonds to the amount of $500,000, interest payable semi-annually, and payable in ten years, cr instalments, $200,000 In seven years, and $100,< 0(t tn each eight, nine ana ten years, to be apolied to the payment of the floating debt, of whleh $187,516 98 is doe to stockholders?Rowland & Aspinwall's balance $199,164 09? total, $360,780 95. Tbe committee recommend (upon tho adoption of the financial measures contemplated) the acceptance of the proposed relinquishment of the agency by Messrs How lend & Aspinwall, and also the early sals of four steamers not required for the use of the company, as being a sou roe of largo expense. It also advisee strenuous efforts to effect an amicable arrangement with the Nicaragua Transit Company for tho prevention of ruinous com petition. In the t pinion of the committee the number of direc tors should be increased from five to nine, exclusive of the President and Vice President, ex officio members, five members to constitute a quorum; and they further oon s'der it expedient to create a new office, that of treasur er, to hold office at the will of the Board of Directors. It was then proposed that Messrs. Theodore Dshoa, Joseph GaUlanf, Jr , Ed. Whitehouse. A. Norrie, and Watre Sherman, be a committee to carry into effect the recommendations of the committee, and that the report be accepted. Mr William H. Asptvytall roee and explained some inaccuraces in the report, and requested a division of the question, which being acceded to, the adoption came up. Mr Abijah Manx, Jr.. explained that It was intended that the recommendations should be carried out by the newly proposed board of directors, and not by resolu tions emanating from the committee. The enly point which be considered to need inch a resolution was that of the Jiuue of bonds, on which question doubtless the directors would like to have an expression of tbo opinion of stockholders. He spoke In terms of commendation of the way in whicb tbe affairs have been managed, and at tributed the want of dividends to the necessities of the immense traffic, the coarse pursued br the competing company, and the holding of steamboats and mac nine ry en band, lying idle, to prsvent their use In opposition to the company. He was willing to go some length to " " with make an amicable arrangement with the Nicaragua ronte, and thus to shut off rulcous competition : but if they will not do the same, then he for one would desire to carry the war to extermination. A report from the cemmittee appointed to confer with tbe executive officers of the Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany, or, if they see fit, with tbe Nicargaua Ccmpany, as to the rates of fare to and from California, was made. Ihis report gave a long series of letters and reports of in terviews, held for the purpose above mentioned. The Ni caragua Company condition, as the basis of negotiation, the sum of $12,000 claimed by them'on old acoount from the Pacifio Company. This the majority of the committee concur In. They recommend that the nego tiation be continued by the directors. They leave the consideration of the payment of the above sum to the slock bold era. To allow time for the examination of the reports, the misting adjourned. Commissioners of Emigration. Tbe Board mat at 2 P. If., at the Marine Hospital, Staten Island. Present, Commissioners Verplanck (in the chair), Kelly, Carrigan, Kennedy, Cummtnga, Garrlgne. The new Superintendent, Dr. Harris, sent a communi cation to the Board, nominating Dr. Stephen Smith as Cblsf Assistant Phyalcian, which was laid over for con firmatlon. Commissioner Kinnedy offered the following, which was adopted:? Resolved, That the Collector and Surveyor of the Port of New York be respectfully requested to extend -.heir aid to this Board in ita efforts to protect emigrant passengers at the time of arrival from imposition and frauds, by adopting such regulations as may be neces sary (or having the has sary (or having the baggage of such passengers as are landed at Castle Garden examined at that place. It was stated that theTt are fonr Custom Honse offi cere at Staten Island who are at present doing nothing, and tbey might as well be employed in taking oars of tba newly arrived emigrants, and stop runners from cheating them Commloioner Kennedy also staled that it would be well for tbe Com miss loners to comply with tbe request lately made by tbe Mayor to have policemen stationed on board each emigrant ship wbea ft arrives at ?andy Bcok, to cbeck tbe efforts of runners to defraud these poor people. Tbe Vies Prssidxbt stated that many frauds were com mitted on emigrants at Dunkirk, and advised the ap pointment of an agent Commissioner Carrot an remarked that the Castle Gardsn arrangement wonid put a atop to that in future. Commissioner Carrigan thin offered the following, which was carried ? Resolved, That it be referred to a committee, to In quire and report 1o this Board, what saving oan be mode in the mode of carrying emigrants between the city, Quarantine and Ward'sffslsnd, and that, if deemed neces sary, they advertise for proposalsjfrom steamboat pro prietor* for the same. Resolved, That the Matron at Ward's Island be re quested to report at the next meeting of the Board tba amount of mosey paid to her by parties taking wet nurses frcm the Island, by whom paid, and whsn and bow appropriated, and way such money, If any, has not been paid over to the warden to report to the Vloe President and deposited In the fund. On motion cf Commissioner Kkxnkdv, the by-laws | were amended so as to create a Castle Garden Committee. Commissioners Kennedy, Carrigan and Cumminga were [ appointed as the standing committee on that place. Ad | jonmed. Police Intelligence. THE TWENTY FIBS* WABD COUNTERFEITING CASE. Since the unit of the five mentioned in yesterday's paper, m baring been taken into custody on auspioion of being eounterfeitera, additional testimony baa been procured against the prisoners by Cept. Speight, of the Twenty-first ward pohee. A number of counterfeit Are dollar b>Ua en the Tradesman's Bank of Philadelphia;, of recent execution, bare been traced to their noaassa lod. According to the testimony elicited yesterday before Justice Davison, It appeera that the gang entered the saloon of Charlea Miller, of Fortieth street and Sixth avenue, and offered one of the bUla in payment for some refreshments bought at thia place, and that upon bis dist every of the counterfeit, they all, with the excep tion of Donald, who was secured, ran off across the open let in front of the house. Seven or eight of the counterfeits were found hid under a stone in the lot crossed by the prisoners. Two ladies (shopkeeper!) also appeared at tha Police Court, and identified a portion of the gang aa having pasaed some of the spurious bUla upon them in payment for the goods purchased. This counterfeit, although well executed, is after all but n miserable imitation of the genuine. The paper is very flimsy, and will not stand any bard usage, aa the en graving becomes quite dim when the bill is crashed or bandied a great deal. Tha following is a far, simile of the counterfeit 00000000000000 f ? Vicnette?Female in a ? O ? tit tin* posture. with a? ?o o o o ooo a TM# ij, her hands, a ship ? Pennayl o Head of a o ? end a lark in the di?- * vanla. o re x ale. o ? taaee; mecbanioe' tcole ? ecoooooo C "stberfeet; alaoepalr* O ? Of shoemaker 1 lasts. ? O O9OOOOOOO0OOOO o Woman with a a o bnnch of wheat a o labor left hand, o ? a OOOOO00OOOO The TRADESMAN'S BANK will 5 pay Five Dom.ans to boaror oa C demand. Philadelphia, Jnly 4,19o4. t J. C. Curran, Caah'r. C. H. Rjrora, Frea't. IN 1LMOID FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE. Robert Vernon, arrested hare a few days ago by offloe , Jourdan, of the Sixth ward palioe, on auapleioa of be hi; engaged in a larceny, was yasterday taken to Patoraon, N. J., where ha (tends charged with stealing a horse and wagon from erne of tho ottisena. There are several other crmplaints against him in New Jersey. When thi prisoner waa eaught In thia city ho nod throe rich

?ilk show la In bio possession, which are now in tha Sixth ward station bouse, awaiting on owner. EEC OVERT OF ALLEGED STOLEN PROPERTY. Yesterday, officer Jar boo, of tho Third District Polio > Court, upon n search warrant laaned by Jus tie# Welsh, succeeded in recovering a lot of valuable property, con stating of moroooo leather shoes, calf akims and leather findings, tho property of Augustus H. Brohe, of Mo. 97 Ferry street. The property was found in the bona# of hia late cutter, named Bonklem, who, it is supposed, stole about 91,000 worth of moda, In amaO lota, and at difliient times, from hia employer. A warrant baa bean issued for tha arrest of the cutter, who oonld not be foutd when tho officaa visited hia residence yesterday. Comrt of Common Picas, Before Bon. Judge Iugreham. Margaret OrtmeI re. The fit's Avenue Railroad ? Thia waa on action for damages for injury done tho pUiutHPo daughter, (o colored girl,) by one of tho oars of the Third Avenue Railroad running ever bar end eiv hirg hat foot and laming her far life. For tho da * ?te it was contended that tha accident oocurred ? ^n tho newUgonoe of the plaintiff'* daughter. Yet c..;l rp'alRtit^a, ^ Supreme Coast?Special Term. Before Hon. Judge OewVe. OPPOSITION TO TBI CONSTRUCTION OP 1BC NIK?* AYRkUK RAILROAD. Jess 20 ? Wetmore, R. L. rf A. S'.uart and Hoppock vs Story, Rwlford and Murphy?This Action ha< b on oa trial several days, and Is to prevent the construction of the Ninth Avenue Railroad through Greenwich and Washington streots, oa the gromnd that if built it will destroy the business in thass streets; will materially in terfem with ths traffic there; will depreeiate rente and value of property; will injuriously affect the butchers and others to my business at Washington Market; and, generally, that it wiil be a nuisance in those attests. Otbsr objection of a legal character are mads to the grant?all of whieb, however, are contested by the de fendants The erideooe so far Introduced by the plaintilTs has hern mainly upon the effect the railroad would have in dsprseating ths rents and value of the property, and as to its tendency to destroy the business in the streets. James Van Nostra id, President of Merchant*' Ex change Bank, lays it wonld prevent the present business being carried on there, and lessen value of property 25 per cent Eamusl Iiotal ng, in aalt business at '207 Washington street, rent 11,600, on a lease, would sell out at half price if the railroad is laid, and would not do business there; could not oatry it on with a railroad in the street; property woald be depredated one half In value. John R. Macomb owna 303 Grienwich street; get* 92,SCO a year rent lor it; the tenant any* he will leave if a railioao was laid, and would not give him 91,500 a jear for the atore; if too railroad waa laid tns business would have to leave; one or tho other mast give way; property would be Ceprec'.*t*<l by k thirty to forty per cent. Eraatea Titus owns sed occupies 283 Washington street as n cracker and ship bread bakery; would hare to leave if the railroad goee through; it would depre ciate property 30 to 40 per cent. James H l.yon occupies 100 Washington street, op posite Market, as woodenware stcre; pays 92,800 lent: the street would not do for their business if ths railroad comes in it; wculd not give within 9800 a year as much for the store. Simuel W. Davenport, crockery merchant, at 203 Greenwich and 171 Washington street; rent 91 000; could not conduct this business with a railroad in these streets, would leave and go elsewhere; rent* wonld be reduced one half by the railroad there; value of property would be rtducedln the same proportion, and plaintiff* would be injured. J. H. Gain?Has leased corner Fulton and Washing ton streets for nine years; giooer and provision dealer: as leases would not oonsentto this railroad for 910.000: it wculd depreciate rente one half, and lots at least 910,OCt eacn; wonld injure Hoppock's lots 97.000 each, and affect the whole street. Gerald H. Dupont, cartman 'or R I. A A. Stuart; tho railroad would matei lally interfere with loading and un loading, and obstruct tha business; the track is dsn 6nous to horses; strsine them and wrenches carts, had Is borses' shoes torn off by it. Benjamin Titus,twenty? (ou r years cartman forStagg & Co.; articles dealt In in this neighborhood are very bulky *Dd wsigjMf) difficult to load with a track in the street; with a heavy load it would be hard to get oat of the way of thecais; track strains horses in getting out of it. Edward E. Carpenter, cartman, at 198 Greenwich stieet, could not do the business there If a railroad was in the street; track, besides, it bad for cartman; there is danger frcm throwing the horse aud wrenching the cart; this often occurs on the other city tracks. John J. Voorhees, cartman for Wet more & Co., rides heavy iion and casts; railroads have a bad effect on loaded carts; wheels get in the tracks, horses slip, and they and the carts get strained. , Alt nam Fee. cartman 14 years in this vicinity; gave testimony similar to the last witness. Gilbert R. 8ci tt?Superintends carting for tho Grocers' Steam Sugar Refinirg Company; average, 2C0 to 400 loads a day; each load from 1,200 to 2,600pounds; the factory covers a whole block on Washington street, cor cei of Laight; a front of 2C0 feet; and is so constructed, that all of their sugar, &o , must bo received on Wash ington street; to take it in on any other street, would require an entire change of the ba lding; the track has a bad effect on horses and carts; lias broken their certs several times of lata; in winte>r time there would not bo room enough for ths ca-. is and cars tr got along on the track; would be impassable, if the snow should be thrown on the sides cf the stieet, In the nsual wsy; wit ness thinks there is about 91,000,000 of capital in this lactoiy. 11< nry Bisbey? Cartman for Messrs. Stuart: a railroad would injure their business; mate more hard labor in leading and unloading; trace la bad for horses; injured l.is hone last winter, by strain'ng to get off the track; was laid np by It: it is difficult to get out of the groove with a heavy load on. John Fardon?Superintends carting for R. L. k A. Stuart; average from 200 to 8C0 loads a day; the property pasting in and out cf their store, In thia way, is worth 96,(CC,CC0 to 90,000,000 u year; owing to the construc tion of their building and machinery, all thia hne to be received and delivered on Greenwich street; a railroad would obstruct business, and increase the expense of do ag it Benjamin Stagg?Owns Nos. 185 and 187 Greonwieh si re et, occupied for aalt and groceries; haa sometimes 200 to 300 loads a day; the articles dealt in are vspy heavy; a railroad would obstruct business there very much, injure propeity at least20 percent; busineas wcnld leave the neighborhood, and tho effect of this would be felt by all owning property there; tho business of the locality is very great and requires many carts; opposite the market would be most injured. John F. Solomon, 213 Washington street?rays about 92.0C0 rent, brooms and wooden waie; streets constant ly crowded; this business requires a groat deal of room; with horses backed up on both aldea of the street it is so narrow there is only about three feet left between their beads; a railroad would certainly depreciate rents there 25 per cent, and lessen property opposite the mar ket fu'I 40 per cent. Joseph W. Mceks, of Veaey street?Cabinet furniture business, owns property there worth 9250,000; also on Barclay street; all re?.te for 944,000; had his attention called to railroads by the Sixth Avenue Railroad endea voring to extend theirs in front of hie property: railroads in narrow business streets are vary injurious; would depreeiate the rents of his stores 92,000 each; would lessen property on Greenwleh and Washington streets from thirty to twenty-five par cent in value. Philip Weeks, butcher- twenty years in Washington Market?A railroad would Injure bis bus'nese very ma ttrlaBy by depriving him of tns facilltiee he now has for doing it; couldn't get his carts in on Waahlngton street, where his stand is: his horse could not stand there without being interfered with by the oers. John B. Jervis, is civil engineer tor thirty to forty year*?Where there is aa much business in a street as In Greenwich and Washington streets, a railroad la a detriment, snd business will be much interfered with by it; invariably has great difficulty to maintain a rail road in streets where a terminus is made, arising from ths people on the streets generally considering railroads injurious to them; andtnia is to, notwithstanding large commercial interests may be in favor of the railroad. John Conway batcher at Washington Market, gave tame testimony as witness Weeks. Elishs Ruck man. in the oyster b perty on Greenwich end Washington would be very injurious to business i business, owni pro streets?A railroad very injurious to business sad property there ?would lessen property twenty.five per cent Semuel R. Piatt, hardware merchant, 165 Greenwich street, pays 96,000 rent. If n railroad goes through ould i " "" there would not remain if ho could get n store eleewhere: business wonld be driven oat of the street by it; it woald depreciate bis atore S3 per cent in value, end rent 92,60, one-half. John D. Brower owns corner of Chambers end Wash ington streets; n railroad would materially depreeiate property there?damage it at least 25 per cent, and op posite the market from 30 to 36 per cent. The plaintiff*' evidence has not yet closed, end the case will probably ooeupy sometime. Ex-Judge Beards ley, John Van Buren and Henry Hilton are counsel for the plainllffi, and Willard and Anderson for the de fendaats. Supreme Court?Circuit. Before Hon. Judge Roosevelt. SUIT ON BBHALF OF THH DBP08IT0KS OF TBI LATB KNIOKBRBOOKBB SAVINGS BANK. The U. S. Trust Company t<e. Dixon.?This is a salt, in the name of a receiver, for the benefit of the depositors of the late Knickerbocker Savings Institution. That the defendant had the money?seven thousand dollars?for which he is sued in this action, there is no dispute; that he obtained it nnder the pretence of a lawful loan is equally undisputed; but, says the defendant, the offl rers of toe havings Institution violated Uufr duty?not ij|*i their duty to me,l>ut their duty to the deWlltors?they took my obligation, with Knickerbocker Bank stock as collateral, instead of good "public stock," or good real estate, which alone they should have ascipted; in other words, they were faithless trustees in taking Insufficient security for the fulfilment of my promise, and therefore ?a most extraordinary ooneluaion either In morals or law?I am discharged from Its fulfil meat altoge ther. Had the borrower, as he ought to have done, seoured his note by mortgage, the note, it seems, accord ing to this reasoning, would have been valid; but, as by an arrangement between him and the secretary, ?ms bank stock < - " worthless bank stoek was aoeepted instead of real estate, the note is void I It la only necessary to state such a proposition to refute It. Ia not every trustee?whether as executor, administrator, guardian, committee, or oth erwise?to whom the moneys of others are tided, subject to the duty, when making loans, of requiring sufficler' ?emrity ? And yet, was it ever contended, that a J< t? mad# by an executor, for in VUUtvaiuxu, ihui ? " imsmeew is/ mm v awvuevi. IU[ IBB" stance, on mere pettonal eecurity?like a loan on usurious interest?was void f The only oonaoquoneo in such esse, ee every em (certainly every lawyer) knows, would bo that tbo executor, in tie event of loss, would hiuuolf he held liable to mako good tko de ficiency. There is a wide distinction between acts done in violation of pnblie policy, and those done In violation of mere private daty. In the former case the law vin dicates Itself by giving no remedy to tbo transgressor? In the latter, it superadds to the remedy against one party, o remedy, at more or lees efficiency, against the other. Judgment for plaintiff for 17,408 88, with one per c?nt allowance. Cotton Factout Totally Dbhbotbd bt Pibb. ?On the 10tb Inst , the four stsvy stem oettou mlU be longing te the Clistoe Company, of Wapptager's Kails, Database eeoaty, ires totally deetraped by tre. Lois VNHWNBB IWnUVJ. WHB tvWWT UVBIIB/fU NT ITV. J ovtr tlCC.WO. Wftirti to NfY Ywk But. PrrMMitl Intelligence. Gtnriil Gideon J. Pi'low, who has bwi etoppiog it the Alitor Hous?, wit the city early ye.terday morning. Gen. W. 8. Pilcber, of louisvllle, Ky,, delegate to the National Council of the American party, at Phlladel phi*, by ipecial invitation delivered *o able, eloquent aad gratifying apeech to a delighted audience or the Twelfth Council, Fifteenth ward, on the evening of the 19tb inat. Thia gentleman add reseed the large altera - bly at the Park on Monday evening. Hi. remark. were reported In eur colnaona of Tueadey. He wan cheered on both occaaions with enthuaUehc applauee. lie lui made many warm friend* in New Turk, who will long remember him. The Philadelphia Bulle in of the 19th instant say?j The Archbiehop of New York arrived in town teat night and took lodging, at the Giraurd Houee^where hi. name in mcdeiUy regietered "J. Ilughea. New York. Hie Grace, it eiemr, la In the habit of stopping at the moat fashionable hoieU, aad never ajjourca at the epieoonai pai.ee. of hia brother prelates It wee under.tool this morning that the Archbiehop was much exercised m coo .Kiufnoe of the diaappearaaoe of ad hia luggage, either tbrjugh the careleei nesa of the baggage ma.Wr on the road, or, as it ie mysteriously hinted, Uirough the ma chinations of that myaterioaa scamp, ''fAm, wheaeeana to be about everywhere. We vindicate the reputation of the latter from the imputation. Sam haimireim portant bualneas on band than croa?log fJokn In this way. We trust hia teverenca will speedily recover hi. loat property. ARRIVALS. At the Metropolitan?Cept. P L. Qarh England; w. J. Anderson. Brglend; 8. Bent diet, Perls; Q K fl'vL'?.,?'' J. W. Uartwell, Cincinnati; R "i1?-!" S.Jfi !"?' St Louie Mo ; W. G. Delano, Chili. 8 A ; w. Robertson, N'etoiiee; 1 H. Aynlitt, Memphis; M. Tagtart, Naw Ham berlsnd; W Whelp. Saihville, Teen. At the Aetor Honee?Jame* M. Henry, Liverpool; life Shaw, Mrs. Jobnion, Mite Andereon, Kiel Chiokoriag. and Albrrt Smith, Waebiugton; l?. MoMartln. Canada; Geo t. Most.im, U. 3 N ?, Hiram Wood. Baltimore; 3. Daggett, Boa ton; Vf. Cram, Detroit. At the Smitheonlan Hon-e?Rev. W T. Daleell, hue Georgia; Rev. S. R Peters, New Hampfhlie, Ratr G. Stearns. &ieslsei;pi; J. Howard king, Albaai; L. <UBare, Kin , Measachusetta; Adnan lenny. New Haven, R D. Amee, Montreal; C. ?*. Wa??on, New Crleare; J. T. south ell, Virginia; E. O Perrln, Mempbie, Tenn_; J * "?***'}? New Orleans; St. George liogau, hentuoky; T. Moraud, Connecticut; ffm. Floyd, Horlda. From Liverpool, in ehlp John Rutledge?Mr and Mr* Rob. Cnlverwell, J Treat me, J Vandtl. . From Liverpotl, in ehiji Univeree-Mr Tnomaa, wifo and eblldren. DEPARTURES For San Franoleoo via N'learagu*. lu the steamship North ern Light?Weill. Fergo A Uo'e messenger, Freeman A Goa I meitcDgar, G II U inee* Co'a express meaaangw, raoifto ha. p ".. CV. messenger. Lieuti. N CollUa, U 3N 3 Lea, K L Montgomery and wtte, Mr. J 3 I.ove and ohlld, Mra B Kan lev Mr II Sutroa Mies E Sntroa, Wm U Daly, Mrs C p*k**? Cri Fay. WUoohC.m, J Mitchell and boy, J J9..t.hk Min ID McCourtney, C Mlcke'l and wile, P Pieda, Miss W olfe Mr . L W Ladd, six ohiidren and servant. Mia A 0 Jon.a, tbiee eblldrtn and eirvant, R B Cnlver, wife and ave children, D Sick, wile and e?n, Mr. L Clark. J 3 Clelaud end wile Mm J E Wbitaon and child. Mui R HoUohmaun, 1 Mr. 8 Grove., J H Hnydor and wife, I. II Bragman, E Camp boll and wife, Mr. Wm Soott, Mi.. L M' / O'Brien derdale. W L Floweie.A J Doolittle and wife, Mr. J O Brien and infant, Mr. J H Dongelmenne and infant, J Rebiaan and wife, Mias Otter. Mi.. 3 J Battee. Mr. T MeNamara, Mra H Keren eon, M'.ea M Riloy. J Lord. I* l.ovinion and vnte, Mia M Levi*son. Mi.i H J ovln?on, T W Smallgaid, Mim B An dre* .. Mra I Barne., J Brnvermann. L R Myere, M Risen beim, wife and aorvant, H M Kobhi"?, wife, M#"wAtVh Mr and eeivant, G Miller, P A Davlr, J Futros, M Welsh. Mr Turtle, A H.bboh, Dr W Dolman. C Bertram, M k oholber gar J h Zimmeriuan, T Pan.h, E Ilughea. M /oiler, Mra RUi. and two adult daughtara, Miaa M L?rnellu., V Fou cault. J MoCartney. W t Potuam. Mr. M A Trowbridge, A W Blake R Clark. T Rutaell. C W Brown, F Wllllama, wife and obiid, J Wade. Mia. J England, J Sykea, Miaa Catb Maryan. B Lawbead, TU Brown, wrj'e and infaat, J Lnoaa and wife. Wm B SmiA. wile and throe ohlldr.u; Mr Goellng. 1 Shaver, Miee A Allen, Geo Bruwn, J USehra* dor, Tboa Jonea n Smith. Mra M SouUv, C U Beck, Vf i^l"" asj??vr;.f w.rv..t inV/ton^ Mr?^<aa>i?o^hran^M'aa0 8 Mulierf'J?U1) K^, Staoa X?'ll?fiat; Wm Roe .MO'Brian 5'^wM^lVinRa?toe.''k^Jk^Bra3J^?? ?m HW'^??^Connon", B Beyi^arf J cl^ D NeUon, A N.Uon-with the "n.ual Lumber" In the eteerage Frr California, via Aapinwrall, in the steamah'p II lnola Rtv A R Peek, lady and two ohild-on, RevMrDavi.and ? V r,. {,1,.71? 1.4. h H Swain. O C Swain, Mra Ja qnVand dangk er, J Taylor. M?e MUohell aud eetvauC Mra J o,.H. ..PI,fui Mm Plant and infant. Mini M Marka ? rd infant Mr. J Jonrnvay, Mra S Thomaa and infant, Mra i iVbeek fe Dickinaos, Mm M B Wotmore, aiater and tw? [ children.'W n Armatrorg nod lady, M Tranor, II iim m H (km in on ft. dsuibt^r son, J Yonnt madge. Mr. J R K^a," Mm M Smith MluM U.ward W I W Moore Mr* J C liojt and two danghiera, J H?vt, Mm M amhadl and two ehUdran, G U Flint, W U Moma.MUa *1 1 11. Ttrhlte, Mra JC flnawotl a"d ohlld, Mr* iCtnnev, J ,, J_i, u,. 4 n Rcrd .nd child, Mr* S A Oorhan aad nr ???. ir. pfaio Mr Hand Copt Bailer. R P L*wl., Mrs 3 MdTwo cWldren. C HM.ad. J Sinlford, wifo and four children, R B Wallace, Miaa gaahenbur<h. Mra Seivor, v?; _ kix?nfcon Mr JloJl And Iftdjr, L Goldboig, P Bndy And ilii T CcrUea Mr Embl'loa 4*s J M??niy. Mr. Etrsw, Mr/'r.Imadge,'M Traak, 8 B Ilaatloga Mr Smith andI i.dy, S C Kils C II Mocrt and wif*. J J Iforbort, Mies 8 N Lot, Mra M Bird and two infanta, T MegOten wj'o and '"'""'i J Vwnifh M J Benton. Mrs Pnirchild And ohlld, A II Smith, J m.. n n.tf man Mra UarTaok and infant, Min B.lston Miaa r RoS P EwIS'and wifeVMiaa A J Mole., M CarteUo. P An d.?oi'.VJ w" d Holland, wife and Inrant: 8 Eddy and wife Mill F Harman, Mr. U llolley and two In'ani*. Miaa ? ? Ji'lhidii Sii'ti!a m Wl'ireler J lloirinntoii, C Brown* H EwMfi ^ HnUted, J Wnrnhy.W Raid. F Dolan.J Northrop,J II Sploer. ii, pJi. \i pinn u Greene* K Jones, A Bioh, J Miner, 7shaw jVJekfjS Schoonm.V.r, J wkill.H Goodman, J Tahln j D Kcyee. J Borna, A Oaborne, G A T Clayton D Ma.tor'N^JUrtC"n|AJ^Be^?d1lct^*H1Rya'nd^rrtt,?H^ Tr^^i' P Graham!'^ Jonca, J&?^P D^la. ?? r Bj, iAW/vt,SWJ?.nii B.ntPnh H'B^j^^ldan, JB SSSsrfefe DrtK?mTc. J1 Sr Gm" wK'Tho*. O Fox. AneM ArmstrongTV R G Roa.-and 4 in th, atcer *gS?? VnrfalV Ao in the eteamehip Roanoke?E Soper.Alon I ;2?.feb.Wri' g,-.?YcSlu'.:v^ 1 !!r:?i ? sn.K"'?i?s bi"&. d j w^nirk J J S?el J S Sandoraon, II S.ndeiaon, Rev TR LaTbc^irdlaJy.'L.wl. nnddin^Col N^okc^nd^Udy, Soott, W0R Pais. 120C S aailora for Norfolk, and 37 In. the F Rnrad.'N Wilaon. V Verevol, lady, two children and in faat ; end 9 in the etecrage. Anti-Maine Law Meeting ln Albany. PBILIMINART ORGANIZATION OF A NRW PARTY? A STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED. A [ftomthi Albany Atla., Ju?.20.] There was a meeting, informally c^W lnthlf eHy^at which dalegataa from Now York wore proiont, witn a larse delegation from the waatorn oountlae and town., to commit as to the propw method of P?o?ri?8 ^?r*' peal of the unconstitutional and InquiMtorial iHainei law. About a hundred delegates were present, and re?pou iea to the call were made by some uO or 40 moio, in lot New York was called to the chair; and MasaTS. Brown, of Buflalo.'and Reed, ef Troy, wore riee Mr Davis, of Albany, as Secretary of the Albany Committee, stated the character of the responses received ^Tpro^l^TSl.^nXorNew York to call a SUto Convention excluelvely upon thle authority to nominato candidates, Ao, of of dleeuairion, in which U?i mover ^^d?. of Cenlrai Bw"5r5u? r:,.5 thorough and Immolate ?nv~^ ^ ^ tTent of the Swufe actTen or the inaction of the political conventions to be called by existing organlred parties. The Board of Education. Ilia Board of Edooation hold their otoUd mooting la it craning, vh?n there vu a pretty fall attendance Wm. H. heOeon, President, In the ehair. On recommendation of the Finane i Committee, the ?nm of 99,060 12 wan appropriated for the creation of ?ehoelhoaae No 60, In Twentieth itreet, Eighteenth ward, to bo paid from any funde not otherwiee appropri ated. The earn of 920,090, for ealariee of teacher* for Jane, oae alao paaeed without dlieent; aleo, 90,000 for Incidental eapeneoe of the coumiitien. On r*commendation fo' the Finance Committee, the Comptroller waa reoneeted to supply 909,000 for the July expanses of the Board. 92,440 74 waa aeked to he appropriated for extra work at No. 4 Rirtngton itreet, with the proyiao that the money be paid only out of raeh money aa may be at preeent unappropriated. A lengthy discussion ana nod, daring wbteh great warmth of feeling wm art need. There being a waat of a majority rote, (oae note want leg,) the appropriation waa loat, bnt immediately brought up (II r< consideration, with the aeme'reanlt. Tbl* deoiaioa of tho ohalr waa appealed from, but waa euetataod. A motion to adjourn woe loat. The report of tho Fteanoe Committee, recommending the adoidiou of coutraota made by the eehool oBeern of the Eleventh ward far repair*, wae adapted. Beaae matters ot abuaiaeae nature were then traaaaet td, tpd tht Bond edjotgned. Omr Montreal Correspondence. Pomoaka Hotel, Montual, Jus 18,1AM. 77* Preparations /or the Heeeptvm of (he New Tork CVgf Guard in Montreal-New Pork Utars on fie Camadum Stage, <te. Once more I Sad myself ia the quaint old, bat to a stranger agreeable city, with its flaa, clear, bracing cli mate, fina rides, fine scenery?everything to laaka the inner man comfortable, food living, gaod eating, goad drinking, from the various mineral eaters which abound in these regions enough to delight and perhaps intoxi cate an advocate of the Maine law, did they not general ly prefer the Old London Look to bo had here, of a su perior qua ity; but a ehango of water, even la thin Northern clime, is not always a bad excuia for old (lack lienor sey. Ibe great topic of the day is the arrival, to morrow, of our crack company, the City Guard; and, judging freen appearances, they ate to have, aa they richly deserve, a glorious reception. Tbe following is the programme, rls:?They art to oe met et St. 1 ambert, a small village across the St. Lawrence, by the American Consul, C. Dorwin, Esq., at well ac by a deputation of the New Bag land Society, where they are tc be addressed by the Consul; after which they take the at and arrive In Montreal at balf-paet ton o'c when they will be received by his Worship to* Mayor, who will present them to tha eitiaaus, and then be entettained by the Mayor, alter whlik they will be escorted to their quarters at tha Montreal Henae, where an addreej will be delivered on the part of the Mew England Society. They will afterwards peoosed in oar risgea, provided for them, around the Mountain, where tbry w ill have a fine view or tha city and its s .barbs, with the St. Lawrence, with its rapids rushing rapidly on its way to Old lather Ocean. Returning to dine nt alx o'clock to their quarters, the Montreal Bewne, kept by Coleman, an edition of our Aetor House Pels men, which I doubt not, will not cut t sheds on. tbet t'me honoied, well kept establishment, of whieh aM New Yoikers ate proud. In the evening, by invitation of Mr. Buckland, of tbe Theatre Koyal. they will visit bis place of amusement, where .they will meet their oM . friend Mr. W. R. Blake, Esq , from wallack's, suppacted by many old faces whom Buckland baa engaged during the summgr season, from tha Naw York theatres, to emuse tie Canadians. 1 see our old manager Barken meets tbem here, to take his appointment with tbe corpa, aa quartermaster, and I have no doubt he will supply the guests with "stores of wit " from his department. Ia fact, all pleoee of interest are to be thrown open gratuitously to tho Guards; and aa a New Yorker. I think they riohly de serve it, and will appreciate the same and strengthen the already gcod feelings existing between our aeighbena od litis tide of tbe line. At proeent Montreal ia weR sup plied with amusements We have one very good thea tre, Pierce's Nsw York kllnstrels, Hanniagtoa, free. New Ycrk, with his Panorama of the Russian War Tho Black Swsn bao just left, after ooneertlung to good pay ing houses. In tact, they all seem to be doing well and putting money in tln-tr purses. Tha oity is nearly clear of tbe old tegular soldiers, which used to attract tho attention of strangers, tbe Crimea having taken off fifil the rpsre troops, atd a red coat la seldom met in the streets at pretest, and but a few companies of aevtr organized C.nafa rifles are to be men in the oity. I would sincerely recommend any friend who is troubled with tbe blues, hard times, Ac , and can rales a few dollars, to step down to tbe North river steamers, pay aevin dollars and fifty cents, which will pay for a ticks* from New York to Montreal via Lake Cham plain, and my word for it, thsy will make a good lnveetmcnt much better tbnn shinning around Wall street, on tha Kbady side, try ing to invest at two per cant par mlnntc. More anon. YORKKR. RECEPTION OF THE NEW TORE C1TT OUABM AT MONTREAL. The City Guard, which left this city on Monday last, arrived at Montreal on Tuesday morning, and met with n most enthusiastic reception from the civic as well an military authorities. They were met at 8t. Lambert hp C Dorwin, Esq., United fete tea Consul, and a deputation of tbe New England Society of Montreal, when a highly complimentary address was presented to them by Mr. Dorwin. About 11 o'clock the Guard arrived at the wharf to Montreal, .where they were met by the Mayor and Corpo ration of tbe eity, and were escorted by tbe Moatiml Cavalry through most of the principal streets to tho City Hal), wheie another address, eulogizing the soldier - ly sppeaiance of ihe New York company, was delivered by the Mayor; eft*r which they were presented to the cltiunH by bis Honor and Mr. Dorwin. After going through the formality of presentation, with which all parties seemed highly gratified, the oompaay was en. lertained by tie Mayor ia a style of unsurpassed sump, tnousress. Tbey wsie then escorted back to the Mon treal House, at which ptace a thirl addresa was delivered on the pirt of the New England Society. After whieh tbe Guard prooeded, in carriages, on a beautiful ex cursion round tli^ Mountain, joined by a large number of citizens; and at 6 o'clock 1'. M. returned to dtne at tbe Montreal House In tbe evening, accompanied t y their band, they visited tha theatre, by invitation >? Mr. Buckland, and at an oarly hour returned to their quarters highly pleased with tbeir first day's reospt'on at Montreal. Tho whole city was dsoorated in mignifi c<nt stylo, and presented theappearnnoe of sons grant celebration Invitations to every place of ant were freely tendered them. NEW YOKE CITY GUARD AT PORTLAND. Portland, June 20,1866. The New York City Guard, Captain Ferris, left Montre al at 8 o'clock this morning, and arrived here at half past 7 tbis evening. Tbe company was received by the Peri lled Light Infantry, and bad all tha honors extended tbem. m City Intelligence. Spring Parade or thi First Brigade.'?The Fir.t Bri gade, composed of the 2d, 3d end 71st Regiments, uaflar commend of Brigadier General Spicer, made their ense al spring parade yesterday. Line was formed on Meg sen avenue at 4 P. M ; and after being reviewed by the Adjutant General of the State, they inarched down Fifth avenue to Fourteenth atreet, then to Broadway to the Perk, where they were reviewed by Iaaae O. Barker, Preaident of tbe Board of Councilman, and other city of ficial*. Tbe 2d Regiment, under commend of Oel. Be gert, wee preceded by Roberteon'a band, and marched very well. Tbe 71st Regiment, also, under command of Col, Voaburg, excelled themselves In atop and bearing, and their discipline would have done credit to the bent drilled regiment in tbe city. They were acoompenied by Wallace's Brass 'Rand. Heller's band accompanied the troop of horse, wbo made a flue turn out. The day was propitious, and everything transpired te make the aShir interesting. Fxcvrsiom or the State Fxx cuius.?The Naw Teak State Fenctbles, Company A, 8th reghnaat, Captain O. T. Wsntworth. want on n target excursion to Orange, N.J., accompanied 0 hodworth's band. They were received by tbe Liberty rifle company, Captain Seaman, who ao corted them to tba hotel, where a sumptuous collation awaited tbem. After doing all the damage they ooald to tba dinner, they marched to an adjoining wood, when they contended for several handsome pnies. They then returned to tbe betel and partook of dinner, and listened to appropriate speeches from Cel. Lyons, Captain Sea man, and other*. After enjoying themselves convivial 3 for soma time tba Fenciblea returned to the city, feO tating themselves on their drill and general appear ance. They paraded forty muaketa. The Black well'a Isla.vd Lcnatic Asylum ?Thelumatie asylum at Blackwall's Island is now undergoing exten sive repairs, with a view to enhance the comfort and convenience of tba inmates. It la baing refitted and m> painted throughout, and tbe walls of the corridors and walking apartments adorned with what pictures are in poseereion of the resident physician, Dr. Ran nay, whn finds that engravings representing persona and ills nan are much noticed by the patients, on whom It has % roost beneficial influence. The Ten Governors do nod feel justified in passing appropriations for pictures, and Dr. Rannsy is consequently compelled to appeal ta n ge nerous public to furnish him with engravings and davtoaa sensed. Donai calculated to minister to minds diseased, this kind are solicited to be sent to the aeylua, ] wall's Island. Death fhom Violxhce Alleged to have bum In hjctto by a Schoolmaster.?Yesterday afternoon Ow ner Hilton received information that a ?t<U about den years of aga, residing at 188 Lauroao street, had died from inflammation or the brain, brought about from a severe beating received at the hands of a teacher ta one of tbe public schools. The doctor who attended the child, hearing cf tbe manner in whieh the boy had re ceived hie injuries, refused to give a certificate of death until the Coroner bad examined Into the matter. The case will be thoroughly investigated to-day, u' " there are any iust grounds to implicate tbe tor ha will no doubt be promptly arrested and dealt with according to law. A Womam Rr* Ovxn and Fataliv Ix/um> rx tub Firm Atxhvx.?An accident of a very serious aetata occurred in Fifth avenue, near Eleventh street, 'latl evening, attached with fieri?! lamtiB ?>? ? ... i, - . zttrjxsstf-Srsss?sr?3 e?.\i.YITken 'to tee City Hospital, where it waalpaat **7 ",ch On {*? '^.wMfound a bill with the name Ann tl Ivtnetan, which was supposed to be her ? body, severely, and She was t~*"? A her eknll her pn Vp7K? m Arrroorr mmr.-dait night, abortly after It o'clock, a fire broke ent la the workahopof Jimil ??*>? Are engine maker, 89 Anthony irtreot* The fin man rwn auiekiy at work, and In a short time anttarutohifi H, he fore It spread beyond the flnhiy..lte imiutet damage could not at >niw> bejltxilil. Thefirw seemed to have i immiaml In Um I? the entranee te whieh In foam 1 ZS: Wo anderatend the lees is f*?y covered by teen ranee.