Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 1, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 1, 1856 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. \ S A1B9 OOHUOH BB 1 1 BTT, rnopRnroB a vt? inifom. ?mci m. w. oo&nub or* ak? si* fiiuH xjq ttl ikl'iSRtl Ta fHIS KfTUflifa *e 4J?T<T OF Ku.irwmiA ca<Mt la *riA. SBOA.B* Kf TKBAT8"!, ? ! *Of Baby TaBLXJVX RT RB.IW1.IH. ?1XSX.VH OAKOKN. J<vb<>? I.m Vbkiuj.# ?aseJi Mont rt^x. TH* VT Kit, :>MUi>r*ni tcnwt? ImtM -T?ns <fcocK* iivti'n ttiT-ru.t a< by? i<rBT !???-< Ktw Vokk lMtciTCIIT. #*JU.k<?K"* fHBATKK Emudwxy Mocu Abo i-pnut ? MIBk.Ni, IntAF A* A FtMiT MUM K a. VAJUCFISS, 3ps?i OaM'.*UI ivroxv. ?tffcOAOWJ. f FA <!? F|<*?. 4,3 Rt >ul ?j' SUIII fcT?? jr?CB?i>*'4 Wif* rv m* Jvrvua OotfXDUJta. l>'a * ^13 ?4 BrM4?MUr?l tfruiom* i*** H* 4?f?o KotittT ItACAlu* /RU*. flflt Bi-iMdwiijr? nintrnu, tScturTOtAI* 3ls IKMOALk 0*?I?BICaL '4 * UlUTi < V. Itw Vark, fiimisy, April t, "(S.V). MUu* ;a* *m?w. **v ; - *k j iwriow ron airaorB. tM Co uk.- d c.iil .hij! IVsia, Cip'.aic J a l?ii, ?U iMf? thts port V-tnorrow *f lei-nova, >?t '.wo / c'ooi, 8?? itVtrrpO.1. 'A? fcWsrjwAn ? J t'j- <?? In ih'J ettj- It !j? ' t twirn J- iooX to-insri-u *. ?He Hkiuid :r ?cgiis>i f??ne!k) *ill b? jumtof i at '.re o'elo -k ;r> tht Jtr: kg. Si! fc- ? iwpisa IB ?r?py' --, "ixpstse. Am fc/tttuuu if h# '^\Lrop?r. editioa of Ute Amijui> *3. tie -e-.etved ! j at Sa offise turir.? tj? pr??vi<:uj weak, Mid to wie Wot ci (?Ml Since the commencement of the y^ar 1H65 the ?learner Star of the West has arrived at this port, bringing new d from California as f>>I%\vs. It wi'l be seen that out of fourteen passage* ftiere ?was out ?ne in which the i-' ime amount of tt'-o ??. as occu pied that barf already been consumed, and yet she has not arrived. And what id more strange is the ?oiocidencc that the Daniel Welter, which is now ?onsiderably overdue at N?w Oreans, should also be mitfciDg. Their detention can only be accounted tor in two wa\; ? either some act ident has be ta lien the **>e;tmship Brother Jonathan, whi h 'eft kiati Francisco on the 5 th of March for San Juan, by whhh her puhcage was considerably proloxi.^od t r the Walter government has seized the OOmpany's Te?*eld. The following taLJe shows the dates of arrival of the steamship Star of the West at ibis po\t lor the last year and a quarter, md the unm^er of days consumed in bringing passengers from s-ia Francisco: ? M' tf Arrival a! D lytfrtm Am Ymrk Smfraneteo Jftcaviy 2, 18-" 5 Just'ir to, " 21 lUioii 4, 23 AjjU 3, 25 ?*y 2, " 21 Jute 1, ?? Ju.? 24, ' 20 inly 25 " l*l> l)w i ..0, " U Vevtnitar " 20 Hcvfiob'r 26. ?? 23 niwi 24 JiKWV 2S. lB&fi 2-i Seom'y ^3. " 2? We find the following despatch in the Philadel phia Ltdgtr of yesterday: ? New, Mar ah 29, 1S56. The j<i3Tr pl ip W vi? m -.nil <J?,y iri-ai -a Ti.? - ar u. th? W<? in ?f'. SvaJaaa \it ?i<o? Tart -villi Tie -ttn<t-en%tn and tpeele. TLe arrival &f the Canada's mails jiuta us iu po3 aeaxion of the full details of her news. The London paper* are tilled with coNiments on the difficulties existing between Great Eritain ;:nd tlii? country. We give copious extracts from 11. ex, ;:nd alw maie tbeui the subject of an editorial. TLe King of Denmark opened the Diriish Cham bers on tiie l.-t, but no allusion is made in hi.- speech ?o the qr.egtion of the r^ound dnes. The ominous day. meanwhile, approaches when the treaty with this cot.Ltry will expue. A letter tio;n Berlin, pub Bfhed m one of the London pa].er-, coa'-iin* tie f .I lowing in re'.erence to it: ? To? Ca&Uh gcvarLJseiit trur'.j 1.h%- bj 5 Iti ^ a -? Me am* MM0"-a tj ?t* Ki; tf- f th? n.tti an Of E ,.ro.-?> n ? rv'P'-e^nled tii? ccnr?-r u<-e, i'. will mpel t.:f Cni e : Hi#; W acsapt tbs *mfl tmrfnmtit :n pit- ot ?^inir ail Eutopd ?r'*je?l ia ?ar njalust he:-. . )? Auitxh J< arnal lately rn-d-?-- She;!. i Aeerica attsai* to iwl?t . his Earopeiu. z*" ^'?ae ; oi*ai'. I, the lmn:i h gtiverDasfnt, ? ul j;urop" wooM enforce ctv dteu ? hu?j pt?at i.t to it, ai.-i 4CC'.^ot 'he v?r thai v-tm '1 ;a*w &? I'fiitrtci by the altrinai ?tl?iapt o' tbe ni*?i Sfiie\'' (?<z., tc ps-- - if" without pa;isg<in#< ) The presentation 0? the mafmiflcent silver cradle offered by tie city of I'aris ?"or the imperial infant, took place on the 12th r.t th? TuiWles. It wa? aoti'-equently exhibited to the public for two days at the Hotel de Yille. Prince Jeron.e Dcnaparle. ex-Kiig of Wu^tphaH | was lytlg in a mos-t dansreroue s'ate. It wa? ex pected that he would j robably pass away ab^ut the paine time that the exp. cted infant would make it? appearance. TL<- life of Jerome hi*- been un event ful one. II is fraternal relation to the great Nap | Jeon? fhe BeDjamiu ? ;i.e ivfant gntt of the tamily ptmj T1>en,,!)p'' on whom tli? blushing honors of | this met ec lie i"!1; "Zaiuri hj any pcn-nai j efforts of his own? hfs marriage with our beautiftt country woman ? Utf American progeny ? hb-. con temptible repudiation 0! her at the bidding oi hip ! trig brother, against the dictates of Me heart ? hi | eaily possession of a tbrone and descent from it? ; his leap frog adventBTts and with h's conr- I tier-' ? his gallant s'Li-d at Waterloo ? his forty years' exile ? Ins miraculous re .ill to France and ioB'filment its head of (he highest military establish, ment, Marshal Warden of the Hotel des Invalides his imperial dignity as tenant of the Palais Royal his ill- trims rdle w the ?f?lc surviving brother ot the now deified exile of St. Helena, and lather of the heir presumptive to the imperial throne that brother had founded solely by the might of his right arm? a'l together fling an interest round the deathbed of Jerome which many a more Illustrious -"monage ban wanted. His whole lift has been, in ? *A. - 1- 1 .?-l "tti Fortune, tiie n.c.^ reflection 0' that of othcri A king it spite of bius-tlf. and the hnsband ot a princess-, hie crown Unit at d b.m ell an exile by no fault of hi own; hi? in laifr.ent finally hi the ancient pala> c of the Horrefl# Orleens, without a single efTort cn his part to obtain poeeeasion ! On the cc | trary. the only exeitian he ever made was to discou rage hi- extra ordinary nephew from disturbing the exb ting order of thing3. Such ha- been the fate of the print e wlio, fuD of honors as of years, will now repose in the ceu?eteif >f the ancient Kings ol France. Front Spain theie is no 1 w- of important. Our Madrid correspond(4it. wr.r:ng t-.nder date of March 12, states that the cubinct is undergoing frequent defeats in the Cortes; bnt it goes on unheeding, and minh-ters stick to Ihcir plavei. as if the nation were obliged to submit to then omnipotence and tole-.dc in silence their bh.udcring folly. The Csriists - on limw to plot asectlvelj a? ever. A tclffrmpMc despatch from Berlin, nnnoun- e that the tjrpbua fever is committing dreadful ra vages amoD"-t the R -^?i? troof>s in the C rime.i. Crret numbers of the me Jic^l staff hovt fiQen vi> time to it, and the general los? ha-t been so great thnt the militia will h?ve to be feiaiued in i?ct've s<>rriceto keep the arc y rp to th< v .1 tea-,* ^'rengtb. Mr. ihillas .our Minister t< England, lu.d on 'us arrival in 1 iverpool been waited npon and <velcome<1 by 1 he meml tw of the American Chamber oi C"mmerc4i. From Havana, un<l'-r date of the 25th ult., we Jearn that the Captain General hud returned to the capital on th Saturday evening previous. M. #foda?L the neroraut, with his wife and two frisnd", had made an ardent frrra tfce Camjo Mira, and h-id I iftected their decent without oceident, about nine iuil?'n f-( m Havana, where about two hundred in1:- ' sons had collected to assia* him. The party reached Havana in ubotr t vo hears and a half from the time of their departure. Commodore Spalding still re mained ia port wt.h the Home Squadron. Senor Fiancia Alvarez, one 01 ihe oldest arid most respect ed merchant citizens of I 'avana, died on the 2-lth. ! Intelligence from Key West to the 25th instant, states that a detachment of United States troops had been sent from the garrit-i in at that place to Fort Pallas, to<<t ia protecting the inhabitants fiom tie outrages of the Indians. Some Indians had been eecn in the neighborhood of Key Va.eas, and created great consternation among the iuhabitanta. No dan age had been done, additional to what has been already published. In the Unit-d States Ht nato. yesterday, Mr. Clay ton made an explanation in reference to Wilken' I xploring Expedition, and Muted that the entire cost of the expedition, including four years' service, printing, &-<?., was about |1 ,2-"?,000. The consider ation ot Mr. Iven.on's resolutions for the appoint ment of a i cmuiiUce with p.wer to summon the members of the Naval Retiring Board before them, ui;d ascertain the reasens which governed the action of the Board, waa resumed. Mr. I. spoke to the re-olutioi.s, reviewing the action of the Board, and strongly sympathising with the victims of that tr I anal, la the llnuse of Representatives, the Military l csvn 'tee fas instructed to inquire into the expediency of accepting the services of volun teer? to aid in the suppression of Indian hostilities on the i acitic coast. The chairman of the Com mittee of Way-, and Means reported a bill appro priating *300, oo, to be expended nnder the direction nf the President, for maintaining the peaceable deposition of the Indians on the Pacitic, ard f 120 .000 for gr.npowder. In tie rotate Senate yesterday the report to pay the Commissioners of Emigration $200,000, to relieve tfc-.m from th< ir present eubanassments, was laid on tue table: the Kings Connty Penitentiary bill; the bJls for the purchase of J > dincon's philosopical charts for th-: u^e of ccmrnou schools: to amend the act pioviding for the care of truant and idle ch.ldren; the act to special pleadings, and the bill c meelliig of the State prison con tract with ChaalfK Watson, were panned. In the Assembly, the bill to suppress intemperance and re peal the prohibitory law was reported complete and made the a! order for Wednesday evening Coo.' derabie del- jta was fcad on a question of privi lege relative to a correspondence between Mr. E. W. Glover and Mr. Brewster, of Syracuse, in which I Mr. B. had ofieied to raise funds, if necessary, to bring outside influence to bear on the bill for the suppression of intemperance, Ac. Our 'W u6bi..j:ton .despatch states that there was treubte among 'he rigger worshippers and Ameri cans at their meeting cn Saturday. Seward, Gree li y and others, bolted when iLey discovered that an American plauk was to be placed in the platfoiir. At their meeting la^t evening Gen. Pomeroy made a lengthy speech in reference to matters in Kansas. S; me serration hud been created among the Doug las ai d administration men, by a long article in the Philadelphia Ptnmytvanian laudatory of Buchanan Gen. Lano. the free Statn Senator elect from Kansas, arrived at St. Louis on the 2cth inst., on his way to Washington. Affairs were quiet in Kan pas when Gen. L. left. The United States propeller Arctic, Commander Hartatein, armed at this port last eveuing after a emit-, of forty-niue days, in search of vessels in dis tr- SO. She experienced a succession of heavy gales, but met no vessels requiring assistance. \ row of six Ftablea which we:e being torn down 'a V. ater street, fell wiihaloud rra.Lh, yesterday a ternoon, and several children, who were around the premises, wer e bcricd under the rains. One boy wis taken out quite dead, and two little girls were eo sei iou-ly injured that they are not expected to recover. Several others were slightly injured. The negro Wilson, who wa= arrested on a charge o. scuttling the schooner Eudora Imogei.e, and af terwards diee* nrt-ed. wa> yesterday arrested ty the Umted States authorities, und committed 4B a charge of creating a revolt on board of tba* The complaint of Levi against Capron, City Judge, for falpe imprisonment, on the ground that Capron wa* rot a Ji dge at the time of sentencing Mr. Levi. either d(jure or dr fai io, was yesterday di misled hv Jt dge Thompson, o! the Marine Co"'-t. The A tt .ri.ey ' itneral oi this State lias given u.s ?pinion as to the lerality and regularity of the ap pointment cf Jncgc Capron, as City Judge, by the Governor. He consider -i the appointment perfectly valid, and says that, in lo other " way can th? be fided between the first of January la ( the first of January next." The reception ball to Mr. John Froet. the Engl sh eh rtist, took place at the City Assembly Roams 1 -t evening, and was a highly sn -cessfvl affair. V j are compelled by w^nt f space to crait our report 1 this mornine. The eighteenth anniversary of the " Society of Irqnirv/' compoB: d of the students of the Union Theological seminary, was celebrated iu the chapx>i of .he Seminary last evemng. We are constrained to leave out the report of their doings. Commodore M eke ever, attached totheGoeport ..ia;y } ard, has had an attack of apoplexy, aud is cot expected to recover. #?<l:s9fc riltr it at Ncwburg, and the erry boat bciween that place and Fishkill ht s c men. td its regular tiips. The sales of cotton, yesterday, reaped ut> t 5 000 bales, chiefly in transitu. The market clo ' | firm, esrjcciu ly for medium to good grades of mi - ; dlings. fleer wes buoyant, with a good local ? 1 j rufet'-rr 3fefi.an3, and no fi Ir cofamon Staic was l.; | 1 e had nrder $7. Sales of fair Canada white whe .t were made on private terms, and prime quality of 'lu. at |1 iiO, with '?"mall lot*? of Tennessee j or to j rime rrd,at il GO a II 75. Corn w?s easier, wi h faJes of ail kinds at 63c., and one lot fancy r?r prime Southern t\hite, a*. 07c- The advance in freig! -i tended to ( l.eck transactions. Itye sold at 110c. a | 11 Jc. lor Pennsylvania unu Northern. Pc. was | buoyant, with pole- of mess at $16 2^ a, ? < J 'jl?. | Stgais ^>ejv in fair demand, with modera'e >sat | unchanged price*. Coffee was fina.withaf de ? r'Wd, iV Liverpool continm^ j firm, * itti engogementB in hulk ati3!^ al S?. a ! I f^d. I'ates to of her ports were unchanged. I ;vt Oak Georoe in the Soi m.?The R.t h m ud don't like the Know Nothing tpl" ' in New York. The Whig fays:-? '??"Tjf" !?? ?> trtn ia Xnr Vrrk *tUl S1?poi?l to b* iuof. TMrf u- u^tftudaoiue ia "Ijvt < '?k The Hnuin to t u* tb%t b? wa? not onir ft gian' ia mot Ur tcu coul, lu <i (f?-nxl?m*.u to boot. Now, it it eiftC'. 1} iht-pf nl?-i thin* ior * man totftke hUcbuncmi to win, ?\rrt ?li?n b? lo?p?, tn pajt Honor a~ioni jj*tn biors ia of a t> ab?r pitch tuan that. Ta>k to "Llvo Oak 'Jecn?*," Ml. HXiMlJ), and rmoTit Uil* nc?oJol from hi* lew. Live Oak George is '? in tha hand* of friends." As they wh^n t):ey are going to try a wan lor his iile. " May God tend him a wfe deliverance." CfBJOiH Im^eiv ? A Virginia paper pays that a bet was recently made in Washington city the I H*niy A. Wiee would be in the La nutir At-y. in> h< Staunton, within ten days of tbo meeting Hnd odjournment of the Cincin nati Convention. The Virginia paper think* this u "curionfc" bet. It would be mill more cntioua if Mr. Wife iboold t>e fouad heading ih? democratic ticket. Coino Bhtohb tiik Lbkotb oi im Rope,? A city paper, which ought to know, states t hut Mr. Pierce fnys that in case he ia no5 nomi nated at Cincinnati, no Northern man shall be. Mr. Picrcc fca-s great faith in the cohesive power of public plunder, evidently. T?i* MVV' ???*???? j dtMlil Pantu, ",d *'mUv i 'it 'T* new us c?ra!i> as aij political event ol tbt iulux? can b#, tbat there will be three Pi*?>dtnilal cai-uidaitu in ib* field fcr the ntM election. H,e Knew Nothing*, or American*, b^ve al m6) pmtnud the ir men. Millar d Fillmore, the itrociftte of Gtntral Taylor content ol lt-tS. and the Pwsiiw* of the United State# j ?m tlu dtaih ol the General, formerly a whig, and now the chief ol the national Know No ibings, baB been telectfd as the rtandard bow er of ibat par'y. Mr. Fillmore to in every re tard a acst rttpectable nan. Without having t-hown msiktd abilities, be has ever maintain ?d the character of a gentleman, and as far as we know, that of an upright, fair man. As the Prt?idtnt of the United Statue, he did few ibings justly subjecting him to censure. He tit office with the positive distinction of bar ing strained at nothing, and with the repatv t icn of a patriotic chief magistrate. It is, pet baps, to be remembered that Mr. Fillmore's administration was signalized by a certain dis integration 9t the old parties, and a species ot tut icn of the most prominent and distinguish t d of onr public men. It is undoubtedly trie, inert fere, that Mr. Fillmore enjoys a certain amount of reputation tor extreme party moderation which is borrowed from the circumstances of the times in which b* acted a prominent pari Mr. Donelson, the Vice Presicentfal candidate on the ttoket with Mr. Fillmore, is also a highly respectable gea nleman, and none the less known for hLi early connection with General Jackson. The American party, thus arrayed in fall costume, are yet to form a national charier and exhibit their real purposes belore th country. , . The Nigoir Worshippers, or black repub licans, are to held their national convention and make their nominations on the 17 th ot June. Tbey, too, are new comers, atd if tmy succeed in exhibiting their real character and purposes, there is a strong probability that tbeir leaders, instead of being elected to the Presidency, will be tried and convicted oi treason to the constitution. It h a remarkable fact, indeed, that the public mind of a section of the country has beccme so poisoned and debased that a formidable party cf Nigger Wokbiiippebs has been organized and is dis puting the election of President and Vice President with that old and at least respect, tole family, called the democracy. Tbtre are at the head of the phalacx of ?iEii WoRpnirPERS about half a dozen men ported as candidates. The effort now is to fall a* ay lrom the old abolition stills and to give the concern respectability by the nomination of Judge McLean, of Ohio, and John Bell, 01 TeDDtFsee. This project signifies the con viction that the race is hopeless on the batife oi the Nigger WuBBHiPrsBs' creed? ut ter hostility to slavery in every conceivable ftape; cr rather, perhaps, it is a kind of cog nctit cf Mr. Seward and Mr. Chase, who retire from the field because, like the people of Kansa ) ibey do not find the required number to effect a complete organization. It is sale to say that neither Seward nor Chose, nor any other per son who aspires to honors higher than a ncsn - nation, will be put upon the course. Banks rat; be used. McLean may be ured, Campbell and Fremont may be used; but neither of these last mentioned gentlemen could be nominated fcr any other position than that of being can oiciitfcs. If an election w&b possible Seward would be the beneficiary. On the 2d ot June the democracy, which i stands alone as to antecedents, will prese . . their candidates. At lcart they have in tie Ct,ld many names identified with the history oi the republic? name? of distinction all over tt^ world. G r. Casp, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Dou^la 1 Mr. Wise, Gen. R^k, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Dallas? j all thete gentlemen will have their friends C Cincinnati. Mr. Piorce will also be there bj i proxy; but we greatly fear that, failing to get .. t<-l omination, he will be unable to to confcroi his lriends as to confer that distinction upon another. Tbe truth is, Mr. Pierce ba? h*d veiy good luck, lie was a candidate with out a biography? a great man without a history, i He fctivtd his country so modestly that l no one knew how ? and lor these things he wa? nominated and elected, and thereby the u. ccunt ifi thought to be Ftjuared. Jn.-tat tfcismiv wnt he is President, and the greatest service which be can do lor his country is yet before Lim? that ol leaving the White House. It is dow tn&t probable, impressed an*.1 de graded alike by tbe exceedingly mortify lag failures of the past, the democracy will pr : fent an their candidates men of the hi^hem character and known political experience > probity, 'I hey 3te invited to do so, - .j b;? iheir own past errors, but by the great folly and madness ol their opponent?. Justly "V mented by able and worthy candidates, taey will be prepared to enter the li?ts with r iy promises of sunless. One thing ought to te considered - that par tier like irdiviOua)?, are apt to teel buoyant, and lo popaess, in trutb, increased power w.i-.n suddenly relieved of oppression. The total bitinction of the present administraton will go far to reviye the latent energies ol the democracy, and coccedmg tkat they are ~ ?1< al Cincinnati to unite open a respectable ffi Ji they vill hav* the Presidency closely cor-er td. The honest truth is, that availability now rests upon one point- no man is available in tb.i pi went thirtt alter high qnalifkatic::* who if not thoroughly known ^ud te?ttd .A Raff. Chance fok a Comkromhb.? We I that Cougrtss haa lately been aquabbling about the mual allowance of twelve hundred dol- I larr worth ol books to each member. Hue I n ember desired (be c&ob iu?Usad of tic <.te- I riuujt- another that be might take it out In I Bovtl?, end M) forth. Hooka lor Cocgrews are , luttLiltktly inappropriate, for a* tb? Richmond ' /'? 51 iirer *aj?: ? 1 It ?f.uM difficult lo fltd two hundred mwi, takra 1 } i-dUfciin-ioal*;;. ao y wlci.t- la the republic. i?s? of. ! 1 to 'be riarge oflMtr-". orfr?*rfroia all t*ln< ff i ? Kim, ur i/.oie ndfiicit 1 to biaud> i&ro, or wore j 1 >n*cj>*bta of ccBftUat mr d CAftfui libur. We picpofc a compromise of tbb matter, and publish the following adrertl^ment from tho I Fajetleville (N. C .) Olttrver . ? fir Rib Wumrr W J-haoghiru b*? ]u* rweiviwi ? r,f Hon. K. C. Puryaar'n ?dcbratwl old rya whln i K 1 j TW? will b??upplS?? ?IU> UjU ^upartor wtoinkey k* t??- I-+V ?t)1 Jn??a?eK W. Dra'igTitoo i? my iru) j a>iuc>' ! t'Md ot lor th? ?al? tl my wh?<4*y in Kayat'cYille. k. c. priiyKAR, 1 Now, Mr. r uryear is a member of the llouae; nnd wouldn't it be a good idea for his broth' r 1 member1 to toke twelve hundred dollars worth ; of his old rye, instead of tbe bookB? They would thus get ?omething much more popular I with tbem than bookn, and do a good thing ! fei cne cf their own V>dy. We reoomniend tfcuu to think of it tericusly. There is aa ex citing Pr^ ?;iJ?*nf >al election coming on, aid I\>ry tar's old rye would be a very valuable political agnnt. A VOTHFR VlTRIOT, MaN AT LaROK - WlIKRE a Hi! the Folios ?? The fiendish practice of tbi owing vitriol npon tbe dresses of ladies, which caused so mu^h excitement among as m me years ago, and still more recently, has h?-tn again revived. On 8unday evening lost two ladies, while returning home, with a fricrd, from a sacred concert at the City As sembly Rooms had tbeir dresses destroyed by vitriol. Tbe dressea, which were shown to us by the gentleman who accompanied tbem, were of the most costly silk and velvet, and wire so badly damaged as to be unfit for far ther use. About seven years ago a young physician. %ho had indulged in th<; malicious aausemeu*. tor a long time, in Broadway and other principal thoroughfare*, was at last ar rested and committed to tbe city prison, where he put aa end to bis life by iuhalui? chloroform. In his case the police were als?j grossly and culpably remiss in the perfor mance of their duty. A few years later an other vitriol mm commenced operations, aod carried on the praotioe for several days before he was detected, and duribg that time destroyed thousands of dollars worth of clothas. H*

was lightly punished; but tbe terrible warn iog presented in the death of the uaforfuuat j suicide, and the punishment of the second criminal, seem to have had little cr no etfeot, if we may judge from the revival of the prac - tice. There is ono thing certain, however? that if the police were as vigilaot as tbe; should be such fiend;ab acts could never b ?* committed with Impunity. Are the recent or ders of Mayor Wood still in force ? If so, then we truBt the policeman, or policemen, oa whose station the dre^es of those ladies wer< destroyed will be beld to striot accountability We have jnsfc been called upon by another geiitlesian, who states that his two sisters had their silk dresses and mantillas destroyed while on tbeir way home, on Sunday nigbi last, from Dr. Cbapia's cbureh, in Broadway: and a communication in another column in forms us that yet a third party were sufferers from tbe tame cause. One gentleman has of feied one thousand dollars for the apprehen sion and punishment of the otfenders, another one hundred and fifty, and a third five hun drfd. Surely, if Bucb kducemeuls do no: arouse tbe vigilance of the police nothing will. How long will this vitriol man be allowed to go at large? If the Mayor haB thepowtr as we believe he has? he should offer a rew rd for tbe detection of the scoundrels. Fairly Caugut.? The London Timet get caught very frequently while talking abou: American affairs. In its issue of March 11, fbt tbunderer pokes fun at us thus:? "JkmuSB" in Tim t\v."rai> STAnM.-- the fcreaal report of a rrernt hall in New Yer* c.-ntair* be following pAsaage t>t fuBb.-jj.:!') e fudjie tjem tbe pen of gome American <Tl> cip]n cf Jtui ia? ? ? " In or e comer of the rojca sn' the lc.\ely aui! *c3cnip.l-hel Mi .b D , who attracted t: e at ttij'icn of H i the bei,olderii, aud a on the heart* of main otlle brave m?-n arrund ber. Mrs. G, ha I m?ny admi rei*. Jitr conversation wan ch urning, an t it needed an iaiicductioij al-jne to become h?r woranipper The youth ft.: 8iiii fqnerish Mirp W , dressed ta '.he most ex^enaiv* tanner, excee-Jtd ia brill. amy the diamonds vrhicb -vert C'uhtfltd around Ler lovely uerfc. A ring of admirers listened tageily tc tveiy w-rd which tell from the lip., o cue of tvb'a most eh,vimi ft daughters. Then the! e the adiDirab'e MrB. 8., who oo'.'up'.rd a veiy prominen I'jti'.icn in tie Iran mande fevfril ye^rs ?j[o. and itiil re tsirng irtny of let persuuil as well as mental atirao tiojj?, foimiu a vriy jgretabie aciiU'Liatano for *eatl? iret nor rver .'end f.f thfi Terpi-ichorean art. Mi?t >1 prjanLtdtd the room wi.h ail thy grace and file^ac .? '? a ccuntesi, and wcnll, had it not b??n for her betroth* to tne tainted Mr. W. , have h&d a host cf acdeut auiturt Hour unfortunate It in to te engaged when reeking fr> p.cHf ur" In a ball room ! Tbe belle of the evening ncftfcver, was the claiming >!.'? T., before whom at bownc in hc tr.age. I.ncfcy wir the gentleman who sac. erect d ir inviung ilips T. to donoe. Many wtre tn?*y wh Ciavtd the !a\or, but l'e^ v,ore reward^, if ihin lady i no* 'hf; e?u? i : a aerlo h* dt-ei ijtfnie the tnd of 'be n**. wtc* v e &ie li.ach mliitakec, for tue favored (ew nba per i <2 la a'.'cn^ bf;r wi?;c fbe fuvy of all tilfl biaax ii. tl.e rooir'. Mi?* T. dres?ed in the rnont c??tly strlt*. ' Aher ihti, the Knjlisa Je.kics must hide hiV, This fs au extract frcm the Hkbald account of a bu'l given by tbe colored servants at t: ? Mi tropoliian lintel? an able and rthpectal'l'. Lodj of men, wbo deserved and received a-t complimentary a notice of their annual fit- :\ (?< me of our cotemporaries delight to work u,> i'oi thf w b i t m folks at Washington, New Yo1-1-". Sural' ga cr the Fifth avenue. We b?ve nr> doubt that the members of tbe Metropc'Hun Association will be obliged to tbe London Tit <(?* tc r ihe above first rate no'iee. T UK C O'SE OF Tl/K SLAVE AT TDK SOUTH.? An Attentive correcpondont nt N?-w Orleans fit'U(?8 u? the pubjoln-'J circular TBI! T>TK? THE FAIR. Ti;? 1*< Unr.r iintcied wl'.h the A'ricaa MeMio<if?e ch.ircb w'.l! (iiyp * fafr. '.o ?.i3 ihi'in iu p?jitg for ttetr ehnrct> ntv oeltig eonftro.tted, upon '.Ircd Htr?e', Third dia?,iie:. J' will ci'IujJ5?>ucb ?'i? WeOi.eHiay, id&reti 19, at No. loo Gircncieiet I'.rwf, bet,?*ea and Hevi^ street ?. io reVid'cn'* row They would rot intrude them*- -es thitr b?nsToJoncc, Terr it not fcr 1b CJiBteb Trbich tS?7 M? frgcgss? the ijui.J'-r o' s. chinch. Ihty feel that tbu* >5a.ti.*? 1* ~ good one j Ibuefore they api fal U> the generosity .1 !h* ei'lr-vitt yi New l'i.<aon to help tkcm in Ihelr uohle 'indertakl Tbey will *lr> to p!e**e all woo ir.ay g'r* tb-?? a c?U. 1he> 'o ride their lair rue of 'he mw! ?ttar%?tlT:> of the teuon, and f* el a.'surrd that thr.y will oe ku; '*?a?ul iu n^ixgicg It io euch a manner Huit the mum FenfltlTe wHifa-iye no reason to cooipixin <>f disorder and impropriety. AU the various d?iic ,-lc. of the -ea ion >. ill be put op !c the very be*t th*t tfc? m"*t &* idivn<! appetite *ili h.tve ao rna?,r.a to cot. yiain he ft. u.-e it !?< not fatllfied. They wit] alio t.&yt oq ??'j u ri -h aeto.t^ej&t ci th- re. 7 lest of fanij ng m'tl &? th? uW. flal yit.cier Th?y feel a^xurtrt tL?t ron* will resist t y)sit to No. 1&8 (.arondelec rt.-?*t. nc th? "LeO'e*' lair." MARY A. VDRRAOEK, "1 i.i l/ABETH DirKIV-'ON', | Mary uc a is v . I'Ol.J-Y TAVUJK, ' MA c.Y FOX, WILLY Kfch'\ J. A N' ilRVil'X Vt.w f on am. JJ-.rcL II 1S?>iV A'!iBiiHi<>n twenty-fl'>o cv?. This African Modaodifit church is suppot ail chiefly by Mavef, who are devout, intelligent, piouftanti cenU nted. And we put it to W. J MiiritKs generally whether it^is uot moic philanthropic to make the beat out ol thcM t^ c, us our t'outhcrn friends do, than to fit out > e^bcls to hteal negroes froaa Africa, as the aati hlavexy incrchauts at Bostoa do. or to oppr<"? aod bully th<> free colored nan, as is done all ovtr the North and middle States? We ahouid like kjuo ''frit: ad of freedom" to give us a plain anfrwer to these questions? The FTF.A*.-rur Atx.wtk:.? The Atlantic. Ut <tue fr??i I-ivorj^'Ol. v, ith fonr dnjs later newn fn?m En. rr>p. Fht is now under the command of C&ptfun Oliver Eldridge, *toison his first voyage in the A. The following letter from ex-Vice President Dulliwt, H]H ukf in the highest terms of his mauafeemeut of the fUnmor oo her cmtward trip IjvtRPoot. March 14, >(r T i ah ^ii:? Yv,ur nob?* Kt*um?>.ip arougbt n- ?if?iy hnr twKT* dayn at?r quitting her dock at Sow Y<v! : V an acciden'. of aar irort occurred during the royag ?t'l we all landed a', about *ixo'oiock la?t rreniog usd-r ?ti( nB feeling" ol ??t inaction with the admirable arrwng ? ir.icl'' and pel fortune* of thevWML Ti o c?llmat? o? ndridgo wm cordial and un vol no'iH. A better ?eanan? on* mot* calm, firm and em cien'. fulii n< t be uaiued ; and the bland quiet, ol hi . an p/yrin ent attmrtcd the r?gard of all hi* paaaeiigfrM. A-> U l>< hi* firnt ctcmaud of a ft'.naciMhlp, It ma?- be 0 jr" ih> to yon to know the ju<.gmett (ormeJ of bw. 1 an-, Car ?lr. truly youri, 0. II. DAM. t F. V. Coitws, Eeq. Ill LAYS AT ST BWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS, from Woihlrgton. THE DEFICIENCY BILL - TKOUBLE AM0N3 THE KNOW NOTHINGS AND MU&KK WORHHIPPKRH ? SENSATION AMONG THE ADMINISTRATION AND DOUOLAS HEM ? (? EN A TV K lYEKBON'S SPEECH, ETC., ETC. Wabhhuton, Mi'ch 31, 18M. The IVflnitney 1>U1 will be reported from t lie Committee of Wojh and Meant in the House to-morrow, with a good m*vy ol the Psnate amendments s'ricken out. The bill when It pentd tbe innate contained, appropriations for upwards of four millions of dc.Ua-e. It is underatxd there tie ?? rue n. embers wbo Intend to mike a big fight on It. There ?pp<a?s to be none trouble among the Americana and nigger worshippers, feward, Weed, Greeley and Giddings bolted when they understood it was intended to it corporate an American pl&nk in tbe plitform on Hatur. day. Th< y have another meetfcjg tonight, when sno tier tffort will be made to conciliate the various ele. menlK. Quite a setsation ban been produced hare to- 'lay strong .he admluisiration and Dougits men at an eight column article in the I'enntylvanian laudatory of Bu chanan. There la tronble ahead between the houses of IjiLcartcr and York. Venator Iverson, of Georgia, ta lay drove 'be last nal in tbe ctffin of tbe !n"iroi*al Fifteen. His speech was an elequtnt vindication of the officers overslaughed by the action of the board. There Is eo truth in tbe report that Dr. Morten is Ijing dangerously ill at Willard's. The pi cm ictnt feature of the antl-N'e'-sska caucus at tbe Capitol to night was the t peeta of General Pomeroy, who lespotded to the eali to hear from the "State" of Kansas. In regard to public opinion, he >uid, the people were anxious to have the State admitted with the Topeka constitntion. Emigration was going on at the rate of l,t CO a week. He graphically dosctibed the alleged in vatk n by Kfceoui inns and throatened capture by them of Lawrence, and denounced the elections in that city ah iMtftal. HIk assnrance thai the sentiment of the people of Kansas was overwhelmingly cn tbe side of freedom wkh baiied by the nigger worshippers in caucus with wild ;de.ight. Be was certain that any Illegal inter ference witb tbelr rights wotrid be sternly resisted. He made a loiig and eloquent speech, and answered iu*ny questions propounded by his listeners. Adjourned to Monday. riilM Y-MIUttTfi <;OnOIUS9?. KfBST SESSION. Bauttti Wakhinoton, March 31, 1856. Mr. Ciation, (K.N.) of Del., in mah'nof explanation regarding his i err: ark h, ihe other dty, sail the ,rhe!e cost ol Wilkes' exploring expedition, during four years era plrjmcnt, inducing the printing of the narrative, was abcut one ml lion two hundred and fifty thousa id dollars. TUB KAVAL UnBIXO BOARD. The Senate then resumed the consideration of the re4o lutirns subraitUd by Mr. Iverson, p-cv!^ng 'or the ap piinlment of a oonmittee to summon members of the late Naval Br ard for tbe purnnss of as- er aining the rea sens which governed the aatloo of the Board. Mr. 1 vlb bon (dern.) of Ga., reviewed the aation of the B< ard, etmpathfzing with the unfortunate victims of tint extraordinary tribunal. lie could find no better paral lel for tbe suc.weiy manner in which the; disposed of the cases of naval officers than the excla.mi.tiun of the brnchtack tyrant? Off with his bead? to much for Buckingham. He said that at a meetirg of the Naval Board, one oi tLem submitted a resolution picriding that the sea sic r* of tbe board should be h^ld openly; but it wan rottd down by a large majority, thus thrtviog that the board acted like a hand ot secret conspirator*, in some rcsptcts worse than the Spanish InquUiti -n, for that beard tie aocuptd in his own detunes, but this board struck without bearing. Mr. Sijdem. opposed the pent tog resolution*, and de fended ihe action <f the board. >lr. BtTLiR ?,bj?cted to the legal character of the beard, and said it was bi? cenvietion that tbey had not ecnfcixccd to the law under which they were organized. Mr. Clayton denied th?t any in justice bad been done offi- er? by rtmoyi)'C <r diaratinj then without notice, ah 'bey beid tbeir office during tbe pleasure of the !>*?? cm ire. Mr. CRim-si rs 'aid tbe law oontempUt#d rule* and rrgyiatUrs by ?bifch r fficerf. of tbe navy shanldhave that juHice which ?aa not accorded to tham. Adjourned. Honir of lt?-pr* lentstlvfl, W.tSIIIN'OTON, Ms rch 31. 1806. Mr. Havkn ('nigger worthrpjer). cfN. Y., introduced a bill, whroh was pasted, for the enlargement ofthe Castoa Hotrte. Post Office ard Court House buildings at Buffalo. do motion of Mr I'skitp (dem.)of Mo., the Military C'vi: mi'tee was losti ucted to inquii-e into tbo expediency ot acreprirg th? wrvios ?>l volunteers to aid in the sup pre>s ioo of Indian b??al'tle* in the Pacific coast. TI1K ArVROPRIAIJOS HILLS Tie gsnrral appropriation bills were raa 1c !he spe.'.ial ? idercn and after >be 15th tfAp.r, '?x-eptin^ Jl'iadtys, 1 ift'sr nnd Sr.tutdays. avi riitriatk'N f> r tut! pi ppsrecioN or i Mil j. v nosTirriFS. Mr. Camfpeil, of Ohio, fH'in Cooinitfcee of Ways and Me?r>* to which hsd Vsn referred a bill fir suppro.i tion oi IcdiAt hofti r'ies iu 0:egrn and Wa-h'ngtoe, re por'cd a tub?- itu e approprtaiuig $1100,01)0, (o be ex p*i?ded untet tli? dirtciioa <j> thel'j-enIJept, f 'en'oriug am1, ma nlfciriijg tiis peaoeab e disposition of t\e Ukg uiles on the l'sciti" coast, and $120,000 to purchase nu | pove'er. 1'j. C'snipbell gaid the orsakal biii contcmplat fd a ibtWr warlike movement, but the ?imtn<-tee tlicij^hi it would 1?* Better to report a rneanurn lo laiog to i esce on the frontiers, as recommended oy the Seere t?r> ci Var. Vir. Amj^on, (of Pa ,) whl'e not disposed tn t>iro? any liiipedlir'tt iu ?he *av ot the passage of the bill, was of ILu t pit Ion ha. the cliaicr n ade bv Gen. Wool a^ain**, Gtc. Currr. enght to be Investigated. Xbe o.mrgp was thai Gen. fnrty, by callirg out tn?n, pur hasiog no ?*, Ac. , w?s involving the treasury io *n erpense of l.ora two to tcur miillrns. iir. Cavpeeix, (ofPtrir ) was in f.vor cf y^tins the ccnev icnfcwith, and holJiTjg tbe administration to ao I cuurt 1 treafier. Mr. Rudt f?!d It wsf Butt cient for iticn to know that b"sii!!l ie? exist to ju-i iry au epfrjprla'ion for tieir ap prersirn. Mr. luyr. i r. m. ) f.l Ct.gon, prccesc.ed to shew that tb? *ar wbicn ?as comtuevceO against riie Indian^ _>vas rot InH.igfc'fl by the whi:#' tttleis, vho.n he eulo^i/ed as cidi rlr. jftcsblc ard ga'lant. Tie I'ay has p-i -sod wli^n Gtn. Wool can cbasiiae the Indian'', of ta-ise Tei ritotiet. Mr. A^vnr"-* . (?'*? ri ) ?>( Waih'nfrton re r'tory, ii-'tt cd tn tbe nec?Shity of M.a r.ppropriat.ii rr Tf. w.v; not t. lit <ir+ mt'itary exp?ditions, or to pay ore dollar for ?iie exper set, c.t war but to pies<rve p. -.oe by sunpoiti^g frleodly Iidisi s o? tNeii !e>trv<e, nud (.reventirig theiu Cronr jcio 'g hostile 'ri'es. Mr. Zoittf OTfEH (K. K.,) of Tenn , ia referring to th ? cnnfllcHtg sta'ecit.cts ab< ut the slTair: oi Oregon and ssbirg-(>n T?mtories, said he th -.ught an inve^ttga ? if ii we -> uec?> >Hty hefi.te voting money Mr. 1'HKlPS advocated . trmit ' i?te astton ?n tiie bill. Adjoii'ne^ Fiont Kkhflu*. St. Lonfij Hsjn i '29, lftoti (;*?. t ?lf, J-*n?1or e!#ct fr-'.m Kan:**. Htrivoi her* yei^t-xdtj, brrd f ?r Washington. Tti* 1 tii'.ed JL'j; tiirt Court tor K*ne?p ni^eui a* I/fcomp ou <>a the 7th of A ju il, ?heu it in expected the flrand Jmj wltl Uke into ?n (?ireration the a^ar(f98 aruln.t tbo member* of the new I t gi*l?tur? ?ud the free State government. Af talrn In Km ?*? wht-o <!en. I an* l?ft. Fiuuu Jftew Mexico. M. IXU'IS, March '.11, 1 H.jf! Tt.r :-*n!a l-e n si! In not cxreeU'd tn ?t me her# tbli i. < i. lb, cn hcc< uni of tht &!leg?d want uf n.?*u> oi' the n?? contractor* to tuiTimxirt it. The outwnri mull of Jebrua'y I* Ht ill ?t We*tport. Ad*(c*' by pmal* ?ouree* trow New Mtxio, it'jv.r' the looim* t?? nui?l and h'<**idk urgently far pent?. Ksjioriattnn of !>all from Ivlrn. BOXTOH, Mnxch 31, 18S... 1 Ui- ?bi>> I ndnunt?d, Capt. 1 ret'inon, ira* at lrio? ou tli? <tl March, 1'hkIii-k ?alt, lor New York. The Spanish B'.v?nnn?nt had i?noed rr<ler? to t?ll<vw only ttmw t hlch haO obtained > ermltc t.< load, and th.U in fur 4h?r penult* to -Mp tali be gtaa<?d. whip llfUH Alhovf? The Hnrfc AchlllM Wtathw, &c. I'BtUOKLPMIJkf il* efc iil ? r. If 'ih<" nhJp liffnuf, t'Piic* for IJverpool, n>rw anltore bj low (1ii try Inland lint*, In In charge af Mr. Walker. f, luchBtatter, with a Mejni t'm and ?thooocr alongside. I-?aii? l.Mirt bi.klifl* coin hiir< brco yot out, but the ?blp ha? not jrtketu floated. A ?team pump U ou butrd a1 : pork, anil (l 1? thought tie ^hlp will be raleed tomorrow Hieiela n ix>a*1 we* about vhe ?*to;y ot um?? ; bfttW AcJ.'Pee. <r<wi TVnton for I1i'l*rtf!phlr?, now 8fty-two I'ay* out. am' liaa not jet been beard of, aUhnuqb ahe ; wa* Mippieed to hare arrived ?? Delaware BreaJcwato j about the Ifith in>t. He preanmptinn U, that *be h*? ' kwn felnwa acrowi the Gulf Stream, aod ?IU b? beard Iwn In a few days. Weather very plnnaant; bonioen rery *ctir?<. lilneaa of Commodori NcK?mr. NeRFot.K, Va., March 31, lK.'^. OMnodoie McKeerer, Superintendent of Ihe Gowporl Ka*y Yard, ha* an attack of apop'ery, and, It i * tbo'tfht an not reeover. Tl?c liudton HlTtt Open at Rnrbuf. NawBiao. Monday, March 31, 1864. The for reboot between FUhklll ud Newburg baa o?4^ trenoed iti regular tripe through tod*/. ItkUrotd DetcnUua. PrniMuriKLD, March 31, 1856. The freight train from Springfield for Hertford ru oil tbe track at Windier thu forenoon, damaging the Ioeo. motive seriously and delaying tbe pasiage of paiseager trains Mreral hours United M?t(i Cuatcr Dobbin. W ilmjngton , N. C., March 31, 1860. Tbe Vnited State* entter Dobbin has arrived at thl# pott. Death of tbe Clerk of the Court of Appeal** Aiji ant, March 31, 1866. Benjamin F. Bar wood. Clerk of the Court of Appeals, died suddenly jeftertfay morning. Southern Mnil. Bai.timobk. March 31, 1856. New Orleans paper s of Tuesday of last week are to hand. Captain Adams. arreitei at Norfolk on the charge of chooilug a h'iilor at Cbiticha Island, has been dlaoharged by the Court. Snow Biorm at the Math. Norfolk, (Va.) March til, 1856. A severe aw w s'orm persibi here to-day. Movexnenta of Sauilinn Steamililps. ARRIVAL OF TBK BOl'THKKNKR AT OBABLESTON. Chahuoktost, March 20, W68. Tbe roiled States m?il s'eamsblp Southerner a-riveO here at 10 o'clock this (Saturday) morning. AHlilVAJ. OP TBJB ALABAMA AT 8AVANKAH. Savannah, March 39, 1856. The steamship Alabama arrived at this port this mora* Uarktti. PHILADELPHIA STOCK BOABD. PmuLiifcuuiA, March 31, lf>*>0. S'ock dull. Pennsylvania State fives, 83 Reading Fail read, 40 % ; Lotg Iriand Kailroad, 16 % ; Morris Canal, 1 4 % ; Pcnntyivania Railroad, 46%. Urosdwny Theatre ? The Keller Troupe. A full house greeted the dibut of Mr. Keller's oompan# n,gUt' 11,0 n?* P??oe, "I'hanor and Azsmaa" seems to have been gotten up as a frame for the HcturM presented by the really admirable artists under Mr. Kel. ler's clrecUon. The scene represented is a Grecian /east, with a series of tableaux vivant*, the first of which wad the Triumph of Galatea. The grouping of the picture wa* in the best taste, and the effect wsi so beautiful ^ eo novel, that it (allfd down tbe repeated aud be?rty plaudits of lhe liouto. The Goldeu Shower fallowed, and ws* no 1ms resplendent. Famine gave a vlrfd en trant to ihe joyous autmbU of the Shover of Gold. Mr. Keller's aciirgj In this tableau wan the perfection of pantomime. Th. Battle tithe Amazon* was exceedingly well e.rranged, and every oce feU in lcre with the beautiful representatives of Faith, Hoi* and Charily, Thin there was the Queen of Flowers, re* ollnirg in ht r beautiful oonch, fased by a ta':lnu. repre senting the Ceums cf America supported by the a :me of tbe State. The whole 0 talUau was excellent, and wag mncli ic'.hhtd by the audience. Then en-ued a curious scene? Mr. ?nl Mrs. Keller an. peared tu the stage, -mi distributed a la gs number of beautiful bouquets to the audience. The ecramble for these Uo-Alcffeiinga^asamufluig in the extreme. The euter'ajncect closed with a repressntatlen of Len'zVa great j-iclui c, ' ? Washington Crowing tbe Delaware." It wsi! an txact and spirited copy of the palntiig. and waa received with repeated cheer a. We kick >-paee to faithfully demerit* this entertain, meat, *hichis grkce'a', artistic, n.vel, and wiiialso chsste as not to oflepd tbe moot fastidious mind. Mr. Keller's trcuj* has completely metered tbe pe%t diffli cu ty la the way of all such representations?that is, the artists Mfm in the m-jgt perfect re pose The eflect oi the pictures Is much heightened by tlus. As a pure schoil tt art, to gratify the eye and at tho Fame time rv ?? offend the moral pense, Mr. Keler'e living ptctui es ft,. : , xceodlng Certainly nvMn* hait so pleasing wa? ever teen here before. Me Keller has more than vuifltd the truth of the very flattering testimonials which he baa rcc-lverl from the b.Vhes* urrpean dignitaries. The who.e entertainment was a reat hit, snd the audience was fairly stirred to en !? nlBftiD, The j&rce bill this Cvemjjg. Xme'8 Gamev-.-TcIs pliant reeort, whi-h *u closed las', night on ac:ount of the death of M'lle Gc ft.' will b? Te-opeieU this evenii g. The Kav?ls acd hi'Vm Robert appear In several brilliant No nieir c! M than Kiblo'a in town. AnnucA.\ Stxau Encixw for Daktbiax Steah N'/.rrru. ION.? At the Morgan Iron Works, foot of Eighth .'tree' fastiirer, these are baiidtng two large been engine#, ' Mch stventy inch cyllcder wi h nine fleet stroke, fir tho lxval Imperial PrivUfged Darabian Steam Navigation Company. Thete engire* are to be fiulshed in May and shipped to Auftrla, In parts, by sj.ntog ve wls. Tl.ey Hr0 to be put In tew Kle?merfl in Europe, to run c? tUo e rube. Mr. Chftrlts F. Lcc Au-triui Conin] ^ceral mUisclty, t? inpoiIntendiBg tie oonstracttcn of th6 engines. The M? rgsn Iron Works are also builc icgtwO large Ullers for the Bay State Steamboat Co np^ny, aid iwt> boilers for the steambost C. nnecticat, by order of the Norwich aud New Loudon Steamboat Oom.iany. They will finish, in May next a boiler for the Earner Cat, line. Steam ergine bnilding, tot isariae purpjge., is very dull. Abo nt five hundred men ocly are now em j l' j ti at the Mo.-gan Iron Wi rks. MI. Fonts PAY.-The first of April hw been nt apvt expressly tor the benefit of boobies and mischief m%ker8> two clsz-sc* tbat cf reprise all the small bays ?od nflirir all :he wt ireu In tbeeommtnlty. In view vart ajrernt of fooHry practiced uurirg the year, it doe= eaeuj a ittle euperfluPBg to dedicate one day exclusive, to <t* rotaiics; but as it hasbten done in all ganeratlcns, and th* *nth0Ttt3r of OBr ancestors to sanction It, why of courxo it inusl be all right. In Great Bri'.ain It was anciently observed as a hiA anc" g?^n? festlra.', In which unbound*! nitriiypre vailfd, for the sun at that jn;rw' of the year e Bering lu.o the > gu Aries, the new .ear, an-1 with It the seasoa cf rural sports and verbal delights, wus theasupp.^ad to. h*Te cnrtrertccd. l he ar.cieiit n< w .year was the ifith of ilarcb, and ;he fVrilvl !es cbssnrrrt thereupon lasted eight da>-, c ?diog wlUi the 1st <4 April, lhe giea'es'. day of all. lb" fcstlvul ri. bt (n conmernoraied it, India from tiote immescoual. It ia there knewn a-, ^the "Hull festival " oD.i u participated In b\ all classos of the people, the I u? hen f, as aith i/?, 'u p!;yl ng prac'icil j-.ked ,,a uai.i< ptoting inuocnte. By some writers it hns been arjiie-l that the ru^ Vim to< k its rUe In the ccn.itsTn<>istlon of the "Ra' .e of the .-tliines ' hj the Itfnnue, who, beirj; without wivet, io Vled the :-ahiue r; gins to wl ?r^>rte iu honor of .he *(d Neptiioe; aid when the untuspec'iag dfzisela isu e, 'h?> w?e taited and wed by tbe IDmaai ^ W the meet approved fice leva fsslir.n. Tale accnunt, hiw ever, is ,oajeaha< c.nd^y, M U floes not state who we.o IV *r6t"t ldGl" tf-theff'M looking gWU v.- ho t lit ' ?r 'he u8'j who got none. Ibe tree BoccuDt if tbe origin cf the day m<y b-ie fv? J rR?o. t}M. f(,nl i, ,ftlled pnirtrn ,VAiril -A enric u^Htorv is told c/ a I r?oh womM wh iVj' '' V 'v , " w,,ob u""'- ? Mead, ana or beinr w [ A ii r?!l50' she ^ ? ?? i* i *" J"'1*' <?> defying th.*t the '>? < n*?. la her prs^cssioo. na ' Hirer was seat '? s^r wnVnTtU linind, tt*,w??ch on hor -Mltel ' uj?fti wl.i title I?,y (i.r.riJlv said the olfl-?r ru uuptiniT ii Arrll. Tt enui^istrale ihougUt alt *. i? -*-a? oke *? ttT^fC0 ?.f h''' *Pprobaticaof the leie j . * i"ipifs<.?m?Dt until AjiJI 1 J!L, * u> u "",*?? m yZZi We ian?.?n ail *'ii?IW? to b? oa their rml ?o day, aLd we txust the j wilt not e.^plo, their iers h. ft V d ail who sasiiect thev a^.> i'mi? a verj t mail class? to look oat for tberr.i?lr?n >n i kT biieibngeod ?s Jtr'e as possible. l't<reon'n mTiv'i. flnct InsUtuUt-n, s, ,1 hen's teeth hav* ? #T* txlrartcS; wull. stirrup oil thet little h. ????! o ^hccmabeis' .he.., I, o'rur yourg gei.tleirrn'* bieerhe*. seat of To Impiavc flic (tenmrlmii la the Ureal ohjeci ot tdacatloD. Ii U al*o Omitn'i object? wltafrw his iplendirf new work The pevtUlad'y of tide work Ip that 'ha content* ar? cot fiu nlahed by the author, hut by the purchaser. wbol?alwaj???t'id!ed wita ?hen, m well aa irltb ?V? peerKwe and brlUlant cover In wlilch tht y ?i ? Awkwed Heaped? i rrM er, l liia M? work U 'Jrntn'a t? a ?i rlnr d/ees h<a, of an quil led *(} e and quality, ud iia prirr ti four dolUre, OltMIt, 214 Broadway, oppurltn 8'. Paul'#. Clin Von Do WKbant a Head l-Toit w nwer,"Ko." Wf rpjofn by naiing that you ciniiwe1) do without abeadaa without on* ol KNOX'fl *ay, el?gan' lUrtt, romlorlabJe arid fu.racuve gvrlujr haw, which you cv? >f?'*la at the coinf.r of Ilrcadw?y and f uJton rtm?t, tor only ti R? member, you "r,lgw a? well he 'ii-ad aa oui o. OmUthkM.* Therefore get a " Knox," or cat off >our head. UlUto, Ike Hal tor, hu Re??y*d frwto Ike eomer to Ub r hi ion a*re*. between Broadway aid n??tae n'reat. Hie eprlnc eiyle nr h?'? le the h?nd?i>'?eai ar *?'e vf 'be neeec , al >4. AJeo a >?a? drewiy ka?, &r M.