Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 18, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 18, 1856 Page 2
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lag; and the occupation of Turk*- by the tr?Of? of ths fcmii ia alkanoe with her, ?u oajy with the Tiew of eaabhag the Sultan to carry oat thoee reforms. The Malls ? occupation waa ftir a different object, it wax for the protection ot government* who -fuee?l to Introduce any reform*. H. devour also denied that the introduc tion of the Italian question wae inopportune, or that it tee* the Congress by surprise. The observe time which, he contended, he had a right to make, were oothtoc ?ore than the devslopemeat of a memorandum which had been drawn up by the Sardinian government, at the request of the Emperor Napoleon, and presented to hi* Majesty He made some further ubeervations in the same sense, and again entreated the Congress to take the question into consideration, as, if they did not, he feared that before two yeaia passed away the Italian question would force itself on the attention of Europe. TBI EFFECT ON THE FCNDS IN LONDON. [From the London Post (City Article), April 1.] The announcement in the journals yesterday morning of the termination of the war wita Russia would appear bo have been pretty fully disoonnted at the Stock Ex change, since the advance upon Saturday's quotation* though very general, has been by no means so large to day as might otherwise have been expected. The com mercial advantages to be derived by France, Engiaid, and other States from a redistribution of political influence in the Feist, are scarcely to be oyer esti mated. They will. In a national point of view, soon neutralise the oost ot the war, large as it has been, and this is an Important consideration; bit, as a heavy expenditure will have to be provided for still tome months to come, during which the stringency of the money market cannot be greatly relaxed through the action of the Bunk of England, ft is to be presumed 'but the value of stock is, for the preeent dsemed as high as circumstances justify. The nep/tiaticn of an other English loan canto* be far distant, and capitalists, in the meanwhile, do not see the policy of investing at increased figures Consols were last quoted at 93 to >? tor account; Exchequer Mils at Is. die. to Is. prem. Tae extreme advance cf the day in Console was X per cent. The heaviness of the Contango has had its depressing in fluence. The quotations telegraphed from Paris this after neon were, contrary to the public anticipation, said to be ices favorable, both as regards stocks and shares. The Three per Cent Rentes were called 72.90 and the dnlnese ascribed to the Paris market wae considered but the more remarkable, because an intimation waa at the same time received of the Bank of France having reduced its rate of discount. A very reasonable doubt was expressed this evening as to the accuracy of this information from the French capital. The quotation for the French Three per Cents was. in the first instance, 20 centimes better, but eventually not so good by about a half per cent. IFkof mag be the financial ra/uirements cf France, Turkey ami Sarntnui, in order to wind up the expenses of the (car, las ye: <o tie ascertained. They will of necessity be considera ble; and, admitting this, it becomes a question haw tar the pressure of them may be confined to the local re sources of escb. Hmwla and the United States?Peace In Both Heminpmeree. [From the London Times, April 1.] It is a painful satire upon human bappio- that peace, so near to nations, is, alter all, only a negative blessing. Certainly it is a matter of immense congratulation that men should no loDger devote thetnse'ves to mutual de struction, and that is the state we mil peace. The suf ferers b; an asute disease declare that the-e is no plea sure dke the relation of pain. Be it tiitle or much, the whole of the matter for which the guns have been "ring, the bells rirgiDg, and people have been g og about con gratulating ore another, is the cessation of a horrible ac me! d'sorder. We are now only as we were f'xree years ago. "I'.ept with itttw corrected tendencies, some re formed habits, and come improved sxpe- entes. Could the nations of Europe have lee rat wisdom more Cheaply than by txpe-ienee?could any nation, or anybody, l*ar" wisdom except In the old fashion, Eu rope would now be the better by more 'ban "naif a mil ben of men, a hundred millions of money, and much more that cannot be numbered, or even namtd. The proclamation of pvace is nothing more nor lee# than the exposure of a eolossal hallucination, or, to resort to cur first image, the cure of a hideous disease. Mornfjinp meted it is to human pride that the very best thing we have to bonst of, and the happiest thing to be thankltil for, is that the principal nations of the civilized wer.d are no linger doing that whiih Is ihe cr Inary anapioyment of the most brutal savages. This is the ut most that can be said. It is only a lnctd interval in the hitrtory of the world's madness. IrJeed, this particular evil, the design of one gigantic empire again-t the liberty of Enrote, has been a wnolo century in progress, gradu ally, ana of .'ate rapidly, ripening into a: ion. two years of war have dissipated a century of preparations, and brought the East and the West of Europe to the same point of eommon understanding and mutual renpeit at which they stood at the beginning of the period; so vast is the accumulation ef thought, industry, provi dence and natural resources thus thrown awav, all for want c.' a little common sea.-e. as we now see in this in stance, though the same folly may recur any day in any ether quarter. When a bubble of a century's growth has thus buret m two years, and the greatest mi.itary power in the world has received s > sharp and sudden a check in its long ca reer. it wcnld be expected, perhaps, that ether nations would take warniog. Fnfortunateiy the national virus, for such we must call it, which, after workiDg a century in the constitution, breaks out in this violent form and demancs tele rough remedy, is so subtle, so fertile m flattering illusions, and so apt to assume an apparency exceptional form, that the most fear'ul example may be tost upon it. Tnere are two empi res in modern rimes which have been regarded as similar m manv substan tial circumstances, and even in some paints of policy, and which have ever cherished themselves the idea of their similarity. P.useie and the I'm ted States have avowed a sort of particular respect for one another, as the Cossack and the Republican in the p>oliticvl scale. With the single exception that they earry out the opposite ex tremes ot government, though equally without constituti onal balance or check, they equally boast unlimited terri u>ry, rapid grow;h, great military success and an opinion of their resources and prowess which has met witn no ch.'ck. They have hitherto b?en equally confident of their dejrtnv, that old stumbling bloc* of other nations. They have equally fostered maxims that eannot be admitted by their neighootp without a sacrifice of self respect. Ever since the year 177S the two governments have been in exchang ing compliments, it was only on Saiurdsv that we in serted the harangue of an American Senator, containing a lave table comparison between the two governments. Now it is rather a remarkable thing, and to be noted in the history of human delusions, that at the very moment when one bubble has burst, when Russia's dream of irre sistible power and endless cominior has been rude'y and finally dispelled, the other Power, the seif-boaeted paral lel. the brother in boundless pretention and special im munity, so far irom taking warning by the fate of its compeer, is at this moment verging to tne same suicidal folly?a war, net of self defence, but of wanton defiance, the sole and avowed object of which is the assumption of a pohtieal position above all the rest of the world. Tie phrase two years ago was that we bad " drifted' tote war. Ne doubt there had been such a gradual aod almost imperceptible eurrvnt, latterly assisted by timid and irresolute counsels. Toe contrast between the causes and the event Is that between a drift and a col touon. A thousand ebullitions of national vanity and imperial ambition, golden reveries, confidential eonver Rations, ciplomatie insolences, overreach! ig negotiations, tine upon line and precept upon precept, have eoasti tnted the current on which Russia has drifted to where ?he now lies. We have no wish whatever to deny the tonlts ot the Powers who have ha i to tsace her this lei son. They have suffered, and probably will suffer in turn, for errors whiih are shared by all "Rates In propor tion to their ipirit and their power. We have only so de now with the rne gigantic folly which led Russia to imagine herself exemptec frcm the common lot and com men law of nations. Snch notions havs been cherished by ncrne Ptnte cr other In every age since the i>eginning of the world. We believe there never was a tlm* siboe the beginning of history when there was not one, or moie than one State, which conceived itself either so numerous, or so well sitnate-1, or so rich, or mi ingenious, or so united, or so martial, or so pious, or so :avored by Heaven, or so pre-eminent for some other great quality, that it might safely defy all the rest cf the world, ret up Its own rules, to its own law, and entertain schemes incompatible wltn the peace of the world No ?u:h na ion ever yet succeeded in tbi? course, or recaped the moat signal chastisement. That has now fallen cpsn Russia, eves at the hands of neighbors who have good reason to admit the martial virtue" and the almost unlim'ted resources of the delinquent. Is it pos sible that any other empire in the world, especially that empire -vhi'h is ever matching itself wl'h Russia, and claiming the benefit of tbe Russian example, should choose this very time for asserting its most orepoete rous claims ? All Karope Is bow resounding with the grateful notes cf peace. Every Smte rejoice# for *he eveat which secures -the InVgrity and independents'' of a weak people against the schemes ot a powerful ceizfc bcr. We trust tne triumph will not be marred, th fcymn of praisv jsrred, and the universal judgment < fied by the appearan'e of a new dictator In the Weifern hemisphere, as imperious, as egotistical, as resolved to CIve its own iaw to tte world, and as esrtain t> ne rncght oude" the world's law, as -.hat which has jn? i He timely submission to a Kurojean Congress. India and China. Advices from Airxanii-.a of Marca 23, say:?We have dale* rum Calcutta. reh.'J3; Bombay, Harco fl; H?cg Kcrng, Fob. 16: Hhangnai. Feb. 7. ' ?nu?. Feb. 13. The aenexatlon of Oade has been ~oio /eted without die tor banco. Lord Ccxnmg reaahed Calcutta on the 29th of Febru ary, end war "worn in fiovernor-'General on March 1. ixird Pelbausie war to leave Calcutta for - uer. on March C. The Sental* were ouiet for the time. A scarcity war 3reh*nded throughout India, owing to the wan - of i. Trade had mprnved at Bombay, Honey market aaeier. At Calcutta trade war inanimate. Indigo needy. The ins port market had improved, r x change at Calcutta, >. 2led-, Bombay, 2m. 2la'd. The revenue and expenditnre at Hong Kong rhowed a orpin* Tbe Chinese n^ur recti on war retrograding, sekangea t Can ton.4 a ? Shanghai, Be. "Kd. Mr. Rnrhanan In Parte. From Oallgoeni's Mececnger, March 10.J The Hon. James Buchanan, recently Minister Plenipo omiary of the t'nfted state* of America to the British ovornmrnt, arrived in Pari* lart week ae the guwt of hie Fx-elleney Mr. Meeon. Mr. Buchanan left this capi tal on Wednerday, on a vieit to the Hague He will re tain hither about the middle of nex* week, and remain until hie depart ore fcr Havre, where he will em),ark for New York In the steamer Arago. We mention thi? gen tleman particularly, tvsauee be baa lelt the raoet ferora Me imnressione on ra#mind* of all ?.n* obaervant clasi-es ?fib* British pnbitc, after an off) dial reaidenoe of be tween two and three yearr. Ha ingratiated h mself by hta ooneiliatory apirit, urbane manner*, diplomatic ta aente, and liberal hospitality. Mr. Buchanan Is a native rf T'euneylvanin; he rama early into general notice as an able member of the bar and of the State legislature, he ?*? *oon elected to tbe senate of the Coiled states, in which body he proved a sound politician and sdVctivn orator He wa* selected from toe Se nate, by 'he President of the Cnlon, tor the post oi Minister Plenipotentiary at St. Petersb .rg, whieh post hs biied for a long time, to the full sati?faetion of the Cxar sad court, and of hi* own gorernment. On bis return home, be war again elcted to ths Sena's, and e<x.n again sent abroad by the Executive a* the successor ?r Mi Joseph lagersoll, the head cf the American *gv von to loodcn. The Plate Convention of desecrate of j'enaiytvani* nave nwnl Mm nnsnisnously their candi date for the Presidentship, and accompanied the nomina tion with a programme of doctrine, or " platform," mo derate, sensible, and in all reepecta adapted to the na tional weaL Thug presented by the great commonwealth, be ie likely, with the aid of hie personal character and hie various qualifications, to obtain the suffrage of the National Convention which is to assemble at Cincinnati in June next. We most not overlook his very creditable administration rf the department of State or Foreign Affairs at Washington during the whole term of Presi dent Polk. The democratic members of the New Jersey Legislature have united in expressing their preference for Mr. Buchanan as a candidate for the Presidency. Vrth of the King of Algeria Celebrated In Use Crimea. The French Minister of War has received the following telegraphic despatch from Marshal Pelissier:? Shustofol, March 23.1860. It was only this morning that your despatch of the 10th made known the fact of the happy delivery of the Km press and the birth of the T'rinee Imperial. At noon aalntee of 101 guns, fired simultaneously by the t rench, English and Sardinian armies, and by the Meets, welcomed this gratifying news. At the same moment, a 7e Dtwn, at which the troops were present, was sung in each of oar corps d'armit. During the day the eommandsrs-in chief of the Esg.ish and Sardinian armies cams offi cially to offtr me their congratulations, which I beg to lay wPh mine, and those of the generals under my orders, at the feet of their Imperial Majesties. Our soldiers have finished the day in the midst of cheers, and collected round a number of bonfires which give to our camps the appeal ance of a splendid Illumination. The Scotch and Sardinians, who are encamped on the heights of Kamara. were able to make their bonfires so large that the light from them was thrown to an enor mous distance. At length the Russians, joining, at least we suppose so, in our manifestations, suddenly lighted up the whole of 'heir line from Inkennann to Coralee, and thus completed this spectacle, which had a most striking effect PEI.I3SIER. the vert latest. TE JX.RAPIliC FROM LOUDON TO UVBPOOL. London, April 2, I860. FRANCE. The Monilevr of yesterday announced that, by epscil' decrees, the award of Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor is conferred on Ccunt Walewskl, and the Biro a de Brar queney Is raised to the dignity of a Senator. Official journals sI?o announce the Emperor's decision that the soldiers of the class of 1848, who have beea retained until this time under the military banners, shall be restored to their homes. Orders for the immediate execution of the will of the Emperor have already been issued by the Ministry of War. The ceremonial {annonncemert of the conclusion op peace was made to the Senate and ?.orps LegHlatif on Men day, in the words previously employed to an nounce the fact in the Mmihntr, To this proclamation the Minister of State added:? " The Emperor has charged that in bringing the feet to your knowledge, I should thank yon for the parotic sup port which you hive always afforded Mm, and which, with the admirable devotedness of the allied fleets and armies, have so powerfully contributed to the happy is sue of the war." THE PEACE. It has already been stated that the members of theCan ference have still to perfect a number of secondary ar rangements, essential to the new state of relations to he establirhed in the East. Le y<jrd says that the orgin'-itlon of the Pried pa1 i ties is one cf these reserved subjects, and the Dcbats points out, as another, the special regulations neoessary for assuriig the free navigation of the Danube. Mxrskh.ixs, Tuesday, April 1, 1866. Affif Bey embarked last n>ght from this port, bearing the tTeaty to Constantinople for the ratification of the Sultan. A French officer of rank also enobaiked on a special mission to the Sultan, from the Emperor of the French. Admiral Symends died on his passage from Malta to Marseilles. Bbrlin, Tuesday, April 1, 1860. The announcement of the contusion of peace,' In tin Prussian Chambers yesterday, was received with cheers. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [From the Dally News (City Article) of Tueeday Eve ,ning, April 1,] The funds maintained great firmness. The closing quotations were almost ao good as those of yesterday. In the other Stock Exchange market there is still con siderable disposition to opeiate for higher prices, hut this tendency was rather kept in check to-day by the realizations which haTe been prompted by the late mark ed rise. The hope of an easier money market affords great support. The opinion gains ground that the Bank of England will shortly admit to discount, at 6 per cent, first class bills having ninety-five days to mature, in stead of charging 7 per cent, as at present. With this prospect, which is strengthened by the favorable state of the exchanges, and by the large arrival of specie, the knowledge that government win require another loan during the present session, fails to cheek the firm ness ot the stock markets. The discount mar ket was to-day quieter. In the S;ock Exchange the demand for money continues good, and may grow brisks r In the event of specula tien for a rise be coming more extended. At Paris to-day, three per eent rentes closed at a fell of % to X Per cent, following yes terday's decline of per eent. The influx of specie con tinues large. The amount brought in by the L? Plata is about ?560,000, of which five-sixth is stated to consist of silver, including about $600,000 brought in by the Africa, from New York. The arrivals to-day reaoh the extraordinary total of ?726,000. lu the foreign ex changes this afternoon, the only feature of interest was a decline in the quotation for three months bills on Paris. The Railway share market continues good. [From the Times, (City Article,) April 1?P. M.] The English funds opened steadily this morning, at the improved prices of yesterday, and were steadily main tained to the c'ose, notwithstanding the occurrence of a further heavy fall on the Paris Bourse. In the early part of the day .here ws; a great pressure for money in the Stock Escharge, hut the demand subsided la the after noon. At the Dank of England the applications were not numerous. Markets. I>o?it><tv Moni-v Hjtr.KET, April 1?1 o'clock.?The Plata, from :be Weat Indies and Facifie. brings $2,884,000, or ?577,000, of which ?8 000 In on account ot the Mexican dividend*. The arrivals of the precious metals this we?k already amount to a la-ge sum, say ?737,000, and with the pre sent change in the vine, we may now expeet the arrival of some of the Australian gold ships. 7Le demand for money continue* active, and the rate* firm. The Bank of France having lowered its iatee of die count from 1 to 5 per cent, seme expectation prevails that the Bank of England may modify its rales. The English funds to-day opened firmly at the closing prices of jes*er''av aud *re M w a 'hade better. Con sols tor money 93 to '4, account 93 to conaol scrip 3 ', to prsmiurn. Indie, bonds lis. t? 6s. discount, ex chequer bills 1 discount to 1 premium, exchequer bonds 68,'i to J,', exchequer scrip 3 to premium. Half-Pat Two o'Clock. Consols are not so firm, the quotations are 01 to and 93 to '4, and the tendency jnet now is downwards. Turkish botdr are buoyant. The present prices are 101 '4 to \ for the Six per Cents, and 102},' to for the Four per tents. >ha;ee are all good. BROWN, SHIPLEY AND CO.'S CIRCULAR. Ij .krpooi., April 1. 1806. The declaration of i-eace has given more tone to our cotton ir arke* and prices of American have .idmooed ',4. per lb., the sales for the three days being 20,060 bales, wnh '*,!K0 to exporters and speculators. There has been a steady demand for yarns and goods in Winchester, but buflness oas been checked by the advance asked by holders. The corn market continues doll at the above quota tioea. Conrt of General He Minna. Before Judge Capron. Arm 17?Tt< rra? Thompson, alias Wells, who has oc cupied the time of the Court a good deal for a week past, having first pleaded guilty, afterwards withdrawn his plea, and Gnal'y been tried and convicted of bnrglary, in enteiing lue jVre of Mr. Merchant, under tne Irving House, and taken a large quantity of -ilka therefrom, cm the n ybt of the 26th of January last, was brought np this morning, and sentenced to five years In the State prison. He 1* a notorious Ecgliah thief. ROllllKKT OF DTPTTVdr SHU) AI TOO Tl A PHP. David Koacb.aboy about seventeen years of age, was pot on trial "barged with :ea ing two books. tb? pro perty of Henry Dawson, and value! at $400. < me of the books was the" receipt, book of Aaron Burr, and the otb?r a scrap book, containing the autographs of all the g*ae rals ot the Revolution, English and American the signers of the rVclara'-.on of Independence, together with most Of the distinguished men of that pericd, both in Europe and America, Ine'udirg Napoleon FVin.usi.rte, Ceorge Washington, George III., Mil Mam Pitt, fee., fee. Mr. Dtsrson testified that he lent the book to a friend by the name ot Menrifi; that he ?entbia boy, John Hagan, after them one afternoon in January las: that the bov re fumed without them, and state* that they weresn?t;b?d from his hands while on his wsy home. The receipt book he had never seen since, hut the oook of a at' graphs wse af terwards recovered in a mutilated state, having been de prived of 'he most valuable signatures. A pollcemui testified that he found the book In the poe*e?-ion of the le'eudant, who stated that he found it In Union so i ere, en returning home one night from a fire. The boy Hegen not being present to testify, and there being nothing to contradict the statement of the defendant, the Court charged the ,ury that they could not convict him on the -vidence the fireman ?aid, "Certainly not, ' aod thns the boy I'oach. wao ha* been tmpri-cmed taree moipha for stealing ai;vg-sph? whose value he never dreamt of, aid wtote t'gatii it i-rabebiy aeyer beard pf, was e; at hbtrtf. Mkc BmiMytt. Grabgr or Rkkvcig ^tolxn Goods.?Joeeph and Moms Eh rick, oI No. 276 Tenth street, mm takes into custody yesterday afternoon, by Sergeant|Jourdan, of the Lower Police Court, on the charge of reoerriag ktolen good*. The complainants m thie oaie, Lewie OertU and othere, of Philadelphia, allege that on the 8th of March lest, their plane of buiineea was robbed of 97,000 worth of silk and satin goods, by some burglars; that they hare discovered a part of the stolen property in the house of the accused, in Tenth street, and believe it to hare been received by them with a full and guilty knowledge. The defendants say that the goeda in qnaetlon were bought by them some six months agr, and therefore could not pos sibly hare been in Mr. Cur Us' store en the 8th ult. The prtacners were committed for examination, by J nation Connolly, of the Lower Pollen Court. Descent I'ro.r a Gambling Establishment Yesterday afternoon Captain DowUng, of the Sixth ward police, made a descent upon the premises No. 60 Bayard street, aad arrested two men named Michael Jaoobi and Era eft Hensler, on suspicion of being engaged in keeping a gambling honae. A faro box, dealing ease, a quantity of checks, and several packs of cards, were seized upon by the officer, and taken to the Eighth ward station house. The real proprietor of the place could not be found, bu i as it is strongly snppoaed the prisoners were implicated in the bnsirees, they were,committed for examination by Justice Osborne. Tbe complaint upon whlcb the arrest was founded was made by a man named Jacob Levi. Charge of Passing Cocntkrftit Monet.?a woman named Cordelia Johnson was taken Into custody yesterday by offioer Brallburn, of the Twenty-first ward police, on a charge of having attempted to pass a 910 counterfeit bill on tbe Merchants' Bank of Newbnrvport, Mass. The ac cused, it ii alleged, went into the dry good* store of Mr. Cardwsll, 490 Third avenue, and purchasing some goods to tbe amount of 84, offered in payment the counterfeit in question. On searching the house occnpied by the accused, a number of other spurious bills were discover ed, also some bank note dies and a hand press. The pro perty was conveyed to tbe Second District Court. The woman was eommitted to prison by Justice Davison. Efforts are being made to have the prisoner's acoomplices arrested. Steamboat Robbery.?Yesterday morning Richardson E. Warren, of I'tiea, N. Y., bad 9336 in bank bills stolen from his stateroom on board the steamboat Oregon. Mr. Warren, on the previous night, plaoed the money under his pillow, bnt, unfortunately, when the boat arrived in this city yesterday morning, he left b-s stateroom with out thinking of the roll of bills he had pat under his pil low the nignt previous. Oue of the waiters on board the Oregon, name Putnam (colored), was arrested on suspi cion of having stolen the money, but there is little or no pioof against him. PcprofED Robbery bt a Waiter.?Yesterday afternoon, abont two o'clook, one of tbe waiters in the eating saloon of Mr. Ccx, corner of Thames street and Trinity place, managed, while his employer's back was turned, to ran off with a desk containing money and jewelry to the amount oi 9500. The desk (minus the cash) was foun 1 some hours afterwards, concealed under a plank, at pier No. 4 North river, but no trace of the thief oould he dis covered. Broom lyn City News. Shooting Affair in Jackson's Hollow.?Captain Ca 1 and officer Oaks, of the Fourth district police, Wednesday arrested William A. Smith aad Jeremiah Collins, on tbe charge of shooting Maibew Mulvey with a pistol. The affair took place near the corner of Classon and Green avenues, in that portion of the city known as Jackson's Hollow. It appears that Smith and others were forcibly ejecting a tenant who resided near the house of Mulvey'a son. Smith hitched his horse to the fence, and the elder Mnlvey insisted that he should take him away, fearing be would tear it down. Smith paid no particular atten tion to the request, and Mulvey unhitched tbe animal, whereupon Coiiins handed Smith a pistol, as alleged, with which be fired at Mulvey, and sbot him in the lert hand. The ball also grazed his pantaloons. The offioers, who anticipated a disturbance in consequenoe of the eject ment, soon came up, and, ascertaining the facts, took both the secured into custody. They were locked up to await an examination. Mnlvey Is not dangerously in jured. The accused were brought before Justice Smith yesterday, and held in 92,000 bail for trial on the charge. Dwcrder. y Engine Companihb.?Mayor Hall yesterday gave directions to Captain Smith, of the First district police, to lock up engines Nob. 6 and 11 for disorderly conduct and fighting, as stated in the Herald of Sanday. The bouses are secured with padlocks, and tbe police have orders to lot no one enter but the Chief Engineer oi the Fire Department. The Common Council will inves tigate the affair. Firr.?Shortly after twelve o'clock on Wednesday night, a fire broke out In the stable of John Hinchy, in Columbia street, between Jors.lemon and State streets, which was burned to the ground. Seme of the content* were saved. The Carnage is about $200. The cause ie attributed to incendiarism. Rbn Ov er.?A child named Hannah Agnew was ran over in Flushing avenue on Wednesday, by a wagon driven by Ihaddeus Burk, and was seriously injured. Officer Oaks Fourth district police, took the girl noma. JBoboken City Sew a. City Property.?The following it a statement made by the Mayor of Hoboken to the Council of the city, of tbe ralne of the property of the city.? Hudson square, 37 full lots, at 92,000 974,000 00 Market square, 8 full lots, at $2,600 20,000 00 Church rquare. 84 full lots, at 8800 38,400 00 Burial ground, 10 full lots, at 92,000 32.000 00 City Hall building 1,800 00 Eigioe house, No. 2, snd lot, 94,800, less un paid 92,600. ..? 2,300 00 Fire apparatus 2.650 00 Street Jump# and posts 1,574 40 Iron sale 160 00 City Hall tell 147 00 260 leads manure taken from streets 126 00 Total 9174.666 & LIST OF LETTERS Kcaaktac In the few fork My Peat Oflkt, FrMay, IprB 18, 18M. Fnbliabed excJnatvely in the New Tork Herald, by Ant ?( CoDfjTeee? tk> iajer having tkt large* circulation any taper in the United States. LJ DIES' UBT. 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