Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 8, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 8, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 7)92. MORNING EDITION-THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1856. PRICE TYO CENTS. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH AMERICA AT QUEBEC. FOUR DATS LATER FROM EUROPE. Turkey and Russia Ratify the Treaty ef Peace. CRAND NAVAL REVIEW AT SPiTHEAD. CONSOLS, 93 a 93 1-8. ADVANCE IN COTTON. Downward Tendency in Breadstnfis, Ac., Ac*) Ac? Quebec, May 7, I860. The Canadian steamship North America arrived at this fort at a quarter to aeven o'clock thl. evening. She bringa Liverpool date, to tho 'i3tl inatant?four days later than received bj the Per. la. The North America passed the ship Joieph Kowsn, in Bid# of St. Paul's; tha Bteatuer Cambria, off Magdalia Islands, and a vessel, supposed to be the Caledonia, off Qreen Isle. The steamship Canada, from Boston, had arrived out. THE CRIMEA. Letters from the camp have been received to the 8ih April. The preparations for the departure of the army Continue action. A despatch from Gen. Pelissler, dated Eebastopo), April 18, Is an follows:? Yesterday. I reviewed the entire army of the Crimea. Osneral Ludera, a oonsiaeraole number of Russian offi cers, Cetera! Codrington atd De La Marmora were pre sent at the military fiU. The epidemic has ceased in tbjjC .atea. The London Gazette contains despatches from General Codrlngtcn, dated 7th and Prince Bubntoff was at ^^Hhowing that Gen. Wil liams had recovered, ao^Hra forwarded from Tiflla to near Moscow, so that it^B not necessary for Doctor Mcllbro to do to Tifiis, nor ^Rihe Russians seem to de Bire that he ahonld pass th^Hses. The armistice was establish in Asia. The last mail rrom the East states that ve insurgents against the Porte in Arabia have suffered so much from ehotera as A most to pnt down the insurrection. Reports affirm that 13,000 have died out of an insurgent trioe of 46,m. y In the House of Monday, 21st, npon the Church hill, a second *^Hng was moved by the Lord Chancellor. The HoO^Bi led upon the motion, when there appeared for t.R^HLd reading, 33: against, 41? being a majority of eiR^^Wnst the government. In the Hosse of Como^H| on Monday, 2ist, a conver Ballon took place on the eVhjeet of the peace rejoicings. Mr. Roebuck Inquired who was to pay the expenses of the contemplated exhibition of fireworks in the Parks. The Chancellor of the Exchequer replied that his con sent had been given to the expeoe, which should come Within eight thousand pounds. Blr G. Gray, in reply to Lord J. Manners, said tb^t notwithstanding the display of fireworks and other de monstrations, it would etlll be open to Parliament, on the question of the terms of peace, to impeach the gov ernment, if it was though: necessary. The Earl of Clarendon armei at t'aris on Monday after Boon and proceeded by a special train to London. The qpiiitary inquiry Into the Crimean report confirms it. She principal witaets examined was Sir E. Lyons. It is raid that the Earl of Elgin navlug refused the ap pointment of Governor of Victoria, the important ap pointment bad been offered to Mr. Oliphant, his private BBcrttary in Canada. FRANCE. ?At the sitting of the Corps Legislalif, on Friday last, M. ??* Montalembert made a remark*Me speech on the free dom of the eleoiire franchise. He denounced the Court Of Caseation as an accomplice *>< h the government to gender universal suffrage a mockery, and called for an Alteration of the law on the monstrous subject. The French provincial papers speak of an inundation in icany parts, caused by the late heavy rains. By a decree lately passed, iron knees and pieces of bent iron for sbip building are admitted duty Ires. A tetter ftom Vienna stales that the commission for the organization of the Principalities will commence its labors in the oouree of this month. RUSSIA. Count Orloff has been appointed President of the Coun cil ot State. The government has authorized the exportation from Russia and Poland of sheep skins, meat, oxen, horses, &ogs, brandy, spirits, ropes and hay. TURKEY. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says the treaty of peace with Russia contains a clause that the Allies shall evacuate the Ottoman territory on the ex change of ratifications, and that the evaluation shall take place aa scon alter as possible. A letter from Constantinople states that Omer Pacha's Army will be formed into moveable columns, who would ?our the country and enforce the execution of the new laws. THK LAI'BST NEWS. THE TREATY OF PEACE. Vienna, AprH 18, 1856. By telegraphie despatch we learn that the King of Prussia ratified the treaty of peaoe on Friday last, and that the Turkish ratification left Constantinople on the ftltb inst. RUSSIA. Liverpool, April 23, 1858. The militia is disbanded. The Admiralty has ordered Alt tie lighthouses to be lit, and all the buoys to be laid down in the Gaits cf Bothnia and Finland; also in th* Baltic and White Seas. ENGLAND. * London, April 22?Eveilog. The GM>e states that lord Clarendon has declined the lionor of a Marqulalte offered to him by her Majesty. A Cabinet Council was held at the Foreign Office this after Boon. The French army is being placed on a peace footing. Th* Timet has a leader on the grandeur of the naval -review which was to take place at Splt iead on -he day the steamer sailed. There were to be 210 sftamurs of va rious sizes, carrying 8,002 guns, propelled by 30,761 'horse power, and manned by 30,000 ssamen. FRANCE. Paris, April 21?Evening. Trade is inproving. The acoonats from the Industrial diatriets are favorable. In corn there Is little variation, hut the general tendency Is downwards. In the provlnoes the markets were abundantly supplied with whoat. At 'Marseilles wheat tended upwards. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON MONEY MARKET. Consols closed on Tuesday at 93 for monoy and 93 for ?"8'h of May. The final payment of the oonsol loan and ? exchequer bill fund, amounting together to ?1,800,000, Calls due on 21th of April. PARIS MONEY MARKET. In Parts, on Tuesday, funds closed at 74f. 30a. for -money aid 74f. 45c. for the end of the month, being vaearljr one quarter lower. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Liverpool, April 22?Evening. A newspaper report eays :?In eonsequeucs of the ?Advices from America by the Canada, the cotton market Opened on Monday with increased animation, and a general advance of % of a penny per lb. wae realised. To-day (Tuesday) the demand has been moderately ac tive, with a sufficient supply, and pricee firm at the ndvano* of yesterday. 8al*e;l0.000 bales, tnolndtag 3,000 Jkaies on spscnlation. LIVERPOOL BABADSTUFPS MARKET. The decline which we have noticed for some wesks in the corn market atlil continues, and the fine seasonable weather which prevaile throughout the eounrry, jrcmUirg rapid TtgoUttcn, is Ukely to operate farther to deprf *? values. The Eogliah mar kete I eve been liber Ally supplied with the lead ing Articles of the trade daring the pest week, end Advices from Scotland end lie lend present the same fee tares. At London, on Monday, the supply was mode rate, psiees generally being the seme as on the previous Monday. Floar, however, declined Is. per seek and bbl. Messrs. Robert Makin b Sons' Liverpool circular ef Tuesday, 22d, ssys:?The trade here sinoe Friday has shown little variation, and wheat and flour have been steady, while Indian corn being more in request, has ex perienced a further improvement of 6d. per quarter. There was a numerous attendance of buyers at our Oorn Exchange this mcrnlng. Foreign wheat was in good re quest, and a fair amount of Bales were effected to con sumers et the full prices ot this day sennight. Farmers' wheat, with a good supply from the grower-, sold fxeely st one penny per 90 lbs. over late puces. AI Good qualities of barrel floar were In demend, at an im provement of 6d. a Is., while eack flour remained at pre vious rates. Oats, oat meal and barley moved off slowly, without change in value. LIVERPOOL PRODUCE MARKET. There continues a better feeling for sugar. The tea market ooutinuee steady, and without alteration in price*. STATE OF TRADE IN MANCHESTER. At Manchester higher prioes are again asked, and busi ness is limited in eonrequenee, but buyers are witling to operate to a moderate extent, at last week's rates, but not to advance. Manufacturers are still well engaged; but for new orders they And it diflioult to get more tban the full rales current last Tuesday. QLA8GOW IRON MARKET?STRIKE OF THE OPERATIVES. At G asgow the last week has been marked by an active rpeeula'lve movement in the pig iron market, excited by the very favorable export returns, and perhaps more im mediately by the fact that iron masters and miners had fatten out upon a'question of wages. This strike has been pendir g for some time, but it has only this week assumed a serious aspect. Employers are almost unanimously de tei mined to resist the demands of the wcrkmeu, even to blowing out of the furnaces, and already 20 per cent of the whole have been damped, soon to be followed by others. The Oiywlng Crop*. NEW TORE. [From the Rochester American, Msy 7.] The present Is a backward spring, owing in part to the large bodies of snow and ice north ef us, and the preva lence of northerly winds. This low temperature is fevor aole to wheat, causing it to tiller well, expand and strengthen its roots, wbloh finally enable the plants to mature tbe maximum ot grain. Too much warmth In April and May develops an excels ot stem and leaf, mere straw, which is followed by a deficiency of seed. Should the great staple ot Western New York eicspe the lava ges of the wheat fly and otber insects, oar farmers will bs b est with abundant harvests. Judging from present appearances, barley and oats are likely to do better than coin this season. Their growth d ee not require so much heat, and they are not so easily injured by late frosts. All English grains and grasses promise well on good land wbioh li properly managed. It is now too eany in the season to say what will be the Jield of corn, fcr it depends mainly on the weather in uly, August and September. Should it be favorable in June, and in the mouths named, this country will hsve au unprecedented quantity of breadstuff's on hand next autumn. The high price of wheat lost fall, stimulated farmers from Maine to Ga'lfor nla and Oregon to sow largely of this osteal; so that the area in wheat, aud the liberal use of guano and home manure, will swell the produce much be}end the expectation of those who do not study tbe sgriculture of the whole na ion. It Is proper to say, however, in this connection, that the demand for wheat ?ud flour to export sin:e last baivest has cleared tbe oountry of nearly all its surplus, ever and abovs the warns of its people. This fact is in favor of the farming Interest; while the crops now on the ground may suffer serious damage before they reach maturity and are se cured. Fruit trees promise well in this region, as the lateness of cool, frosty nights keeps beck blossoms and prevents their Injury. Tbe value ot fruit may be estimated in millions of dollars in this Htate alone. Our citizens now puroboee the best of winter apples at tventy-flve cents a bushel?a fart that sufficiently attests their abundaoee in Wrs em New York. At the price named apples are cheap, a* well as healthy food. Where the trouble of keeping them ii smell, they are not a had crop at a quar ter of a dollar a bushel. The luxuriant growth of grass in the Northern Statos gives them an important advantage over the Southern States, where the Erglish grasses do not flourish. From nntricioas grasses farmers obtain an abandonee of meat, wool, working oxen and hones, dairy products, and, above all, cheap manure to prevent the exhaustion o; tteir faizne. NEW JERSEY. Tie Trenton Oatttie, of the 0th Inst., says:?We have hesrd that in some parts ot this county me wheat has suffered severely during tie poet winter, having been winter killed by the cold rain, which fell and froze into ice oariy in tbe winter. This is more particulerlp the case n low lands or lands which are not drained or relieved of the eutfsce weter. In the npper and hilly part of the country the wheat, we understand, universally looks well, giving promised a fine crop. Borne few farmers have already planted their corn, but generally the beck wsidners of spring has prevented them from preparing tbe ground as yet. Mecy farmer*, however, prefer not to p'sut until the 16th or 2fitb, coniendirg tbat the eorn does better end is a more certain crop when planted in the latter half of May. PENNSYLVANIA. Tl e wheat crop in vieini y of Mercersburg is luxuriant in rhe ex reme. The ground is well eovered, and the stslks healthy and thriving. The prospect fir a large crop was never better, and should the lesaeindsr ot the sssh' n prove favorable, there wilt undoubtedly be a large yield of this valuable staple. In tbe prospect of a heavy crop and the cessation of tbe foreign demand, prices will jrtbibly continue to toll, Political Intelligence* THE NEW JERSEY DEMOCRATIC RESOLUTIONS. The following resolution* were p&s<ed by the recent Democratic State Convention of New Jersey:? W hereaa. It la the Brent privilege of the people of the United Bta'.te to relect trom amorg themselves the executive officers of their State and national governments, and to come together from time to time to review the past, and to provide tor the future administration ot their public attain, untrammelled by any tnllutnces control lng their own tree will; and, whereas, we, the representatives or the democratic party of New Jersey, a*M-mb:ea for the ezerclre of that high privilege, deem It pro per in behalf of our constituents and ourselves, traakly and ur equivocally to make known our views and opinions on the pcllueal ionics of the time#?therefore feetoived, That we unswerv'ngiy hold to the time honored prir.c'p'es of the democratic p&rtv, which have so long with V cd the attacks of the enemies of a free and liberal govern ment, bo h at home and abroad, and which have been! so proudly and conclusively vii dlcated in the unexampled growth, happiness and prosperity of the American people. hevolved, That we adhere with unwavering fidelity to the constitution of the United S'ates, and refuse to reeognlze any higher polit'iel law then what is contained In that sacred and revered Instrument Heeo.ved, That we repudiate Know Nothlngism, and em phatically condemn repnb leat.Ism, the former as an Invention ot d,u?ppolntod demagogues to attain power, the latter as the false pretence through which abolitionism seeks to destroy the harmony and union of our beloved count'?. Revolved, That we reiterate and endorse the principles of the democratic party, as expressed In the Baltimore platform of isoa Resolved 1 hat the democrats of few .Jersey do unhesitat ingly declare their approval ot the princtp e of (he Kansas Nebratk* bid. which restores to 'he people of the Territories the right to determine upon their own local Institutions with out the a-sumed authority of congressional legislation. Resolved,'1 bat the pollcv of the national administration re orivet our orrdlal annrova); It has teen marked by prudence, economy and a proper respect for the constitutional rights ot the people; every branch of the government has been taith fully, dnlgcnily sod honestly sdmlnlstered; Qalphlnltra, Oar dineritm. and the swindling operations of the preceding Fill more sdminlstrition, have tumid no means to steal into the public treasury. Reeoived, That wt h abiding confidence In the patrolt lsm nnd good judgment of our democratic brethren who will cr.mpoae the National Convention to be held at Cincinnati, we pledge the democracy of New Jersey car dlaily ana zealously to support Iti nominees for tne Presi dency and Vice Presidency be they who they may; nevertheless, we would fall to act with the frankness which ought to exist between sretbren ot the name ralth, U we emit ted to declare that the first choice ot the democrat* of this State la James Buchanan, of i'snnaylvania, whom they have ong known an an able, experienced statesman, a prudent, saga cious and Intelligent politician, in every way qualified forthe high office of Prealdent of theae United States, and that, our delegates to the N atlonal Convention be Instructed to use all honorable means to seenre bis nomination. Resolved. That the conduct or John R. Thompson, William Wright and George Vail, as the representatives in Congress ot ate ot New Jersey, merits the approbation of the demo oracv cf this State, and ee hereov extend to l-hem the assur ance of our moat unreserved approbation. Resolved, That the present administration of the Slate gov ercment has been conducted with ability, energy and fidelity, and has conduced to the prosperity and welfare ot the people of the State at large. Res Ived, That we recommend to the democracy of New Jerrev that they will use wtih energy and denial, n m the com It g contest the arm given to ui by the conslMui'un -the hallo box?leaving to the black republicans the use of rldae. The nigger worshippers' convention at Indianapolis, I idle nana, have issued their platform. It raya not a word about the restoration of tne Missouri eompromite. Sam. Caruthers, member of Congress trom the Seventh district of Missouri, has published a card, in which he says:?Believing that a majority of the voters of the Dls trict are content that I should again be a candidate, and being desirous of a re-election. 1 announce myself a can didate for a return to the seat I now occupy. The St 1-ouis Dm<>cral, Col. Benton's organ, says that no attention should he paid to the stories about Col. Benton ilee'lnlng the nomination tor (lovernor of Mis souii. It says that ere August, oomes round, his trumpet tones will have been heard in every quarter of the State. Freight Depot of New Tore Central Rail road Bt rmcd ? lei't night, about 12 o'clock, fi'o was discovered in the carpenter shop adjoining tne freight depot of the New York Central Railroad, and for the wart of wa'er the fire extended to the ebaoh house, deatrojlsg the building and several coaches. We did not learn the emouAt of dampge.?JtocAatky Amtrmn, 7. K,,?W *????? Iftoteueli. 1*1^1^ B**AM8?FILUfOU AND eioir fauna?ultima** kxflo [From the Boston Courier Mot 7 1 . TJ1' MB"I mrotinf of tko Native Amenceo party ?u o'JtcS &S22-W H*U afterntwn, at on" cbair th? flWKT W- in tko V0t?? were ?f.b'ewbur7Pori offered prayer, ssntetlvee iJ^Tt t0.8t4** benators and Kepre B j?v[hJhuZl' V[lb0JJo,a?u- On motion of Mr. A. ??"" aJl*LPoo,M> of Randolph, tbe Ciunoll rTXir v^0'a PrBBldent oftb? State Connoil r,r the ?r rl fy oommittee, of which Mr. M. C Maine *m deputed to ool M.^ne ?i3b8tai^ her? '""inlred what Council Mr. the O,Mcij ' 7 Wtt*t Iight h0 heW 8 8BBttn n?i^*^A)Nltl,*^o' lbe 1negi'on bad been propounded by n'nrfl if kaii nno . , ?uBwtr, nc womci reply, but ewer, * B0Ur0e ntUM * ? ^ Kenci^arWMr ?I CI,eJ,e*' declared that the p.rnted no lodge reo^nimd by Se Grand SUte ZZ n .mo ?n^. 77 ' var?uu Ol*MJ UOUfl ' know r^fJTvV *57" P#t b* "" identified with th? lite " Tbu W. ?.WWr* "iorg heeled abolition * Btorm of "beers and his f ?i^? ?i 1 ' '?ud beot aounda. Mr. Ha>keli aald the Mr Maiim**!?w*** k 4^' Bnd tbat represented by WM No. 4* No. 430 WAS laiykl nh<l ?kn Aa\.n*. that?be AB* ?eo,8rBd "r- Heine not entitled to bis seat, CbelBeB dia n?t recognise him, and th? h!^VJ^S J *? n,8D ??? P?rty that did not carry Mr^WinBDd^*cp Bb?P to the music of the Union. ^.wzawisis,sv. ?zszt? !Sw.S fSSi1? """ k" ??? Tb^ra 3!^?A C'M#dwV? d,d n?t foror this proposition. VlZllJ "B?on wby ffentlemen should be asked to write their genealogy on the backs of their rotes. o.^T !? T*e (nrtb?r debate, the proposition was modi at. lh"1011* ?* 10 "P"' tor ,beJoto t0 0811 thB roll when the ballot wii A w ta^e^ wm reoon*ider?l?130 to 79. ?f,k* .q^f?l.ioft.m>'L"BFred nPon ordering the cailiug teiteiVS' 4l he President neglected to pnt it, andon that m^W.0-^1} mttdf bjl<r- Wood'mrd, ofSomenriile. that members write their names and the number of their Council on the back ot their ballots. 0 """* ?.? 8, ot Pitteflaid, raised a "point or order" dent e Jls&Tt? qU,?t 02 JuBt illudid to> n?d tbe Presi aeu. icoiarcd it well taken. Mr. Bbiggs said he raised ioli ?n fnTil ? Zr of SBy,I)? thBl in his judgment the The n.a. Toting was the most expeditious. Tbe oider was again passed by a largemajoritr rial eta w8r^e ^.BoB2>n. the Treasuier, made a finan statement, to tbe effect that tbe receipts of the ye? o7^*c.nte ; <IP<inC,tlUe#'$108 leaving a balance fil5rcenisWoulXm;mbeBr0,,t0n- *D M9eMment of iZ ?Sn(tiT"n in f.r,ont #f U* chBlr ohjroted to this, say sutiisv^w" i.,i? a. Mr. bBBt-Ejso, of West Cambridge, moved that an as .Mb1"* Cf ?l? doUBr he levied on each mtmber?who Is lhe lab>!e^J (,un:1, Tlle whoIo subject was laid on renrMMvi^t^l^on CrodentiaJs reported 149 councOa represented, and ^78 delegated pieeent. Mr. IiixiutF. Parker, of Worcester, moved that ere demlais ollhe members of Council No. 432, of Worcester be referred to a ipeoial committee, with a view ot ascer two dete?kte^!!tha lit10*** *'a enti:W *? more than two oeifga.ef?the lodge was now represented bv three gentlemen. Ihe motion was carried. bn,,,i.0,'0a ?f Hr. Eamhb, of Maiden, the motion just adoptee, was laid on tbe table. JUBl llemrs. Prsscoitfl Brookilne. W S Tfcurstew of T^n 0f Boston" <*eputell a committee bs r ii f r J?e lefetr<d 411 questions arising as to ibe right of nemberH to rote. 8 i?! ^Jhy n"?her cf Courcil) was cow called. wea ealUd ?' 9?<1DC.U Ko 4" (Bld not "No. 430,") was ea,led. Mr. Orcuts protested, and the matter was reteixtd to tbe Commit ee^ on Crtdemlala long " ty MrrSg.iD WcrCf6ter' BBd ?h?' H vi'SZlZ1 Z?,- i31!' WB' "'I'd, Mr. Pisonow,. of *v? 8tc?d hesice the ballot bcx, threw in his ont cf blfl Tote: but how ts get it nsnded n.t it "? qu?*tion." 6ne gentleman de ,iBt ,lk he withdrawn; another that Mr. Pang ^ wh0 be Toted tor, and that his vote be not ?,V?u i*,n*l,B rBid hB *?cped the proposition to te enterte^IdBB^rn '"? who hB ro'M ,1>r wo"ld not ,! f? "UlB 2- T.b* 'P?*kM row he would see any one "? ' VP BBJfi* otfcer plBCB" be*ore be would teil who he w k T: . metter we. referred <o the committee, .v. _ regard to ihe Chelsea contest, it was reported by the ronmiitfe tfcat Council No. 4 was in good standlim, ?f d*/*?t??, ?ni that Council So. 49(1 was entitled to two delegates. The report was ae r i'i ? oo ' the Worcester contest, Mr. Flagg, of Council No. 23, was allowed to vote, and Council No. 4S1 7*9 ,'eP? , ? h? *ntitJed to cte vote, and CounoU No. were #1 d ,eP?rt ecoepted, and the polls lock 1 he Committee on Ballots ior President Mo. ee F. Cobb, of Dorohe.ter 141 Becij W. BencbUy, of Worcester 131 Matter) vg Jj Mr. Rtrcu, of Dennis, here took oecaslon to say' that tie Minor that Mr. Benchley "would not stand it elect th't b UB[j ' Bnd he tBid he felt authoiized to say i,!l i^ 1? ,at ** the morilD? he felt disposed to witbdiaw his name frtm the candidacy list, but bad b?en induced by bis friends to let it go before the Oim rif^ii , uw110'," ,bM hB- ' d?sIroBH for tbe office, nor sb&ll I withdraw my name." ? ***J uesup. The Coonctl proceeded with a second ballot, and a ptoses^ M dtpnted to collect funds to defray ex X, Afc* r*B5'"S? for Hrroident resnlied as follows:? Mc.es G. Cobb (Fillmcre nan) bad 153 Hror? W. Bet chley (antl-Fillirore) 116 Mr. Cobb was declared to be choeen. ~5r- Cinsiaos, of Boatsn, moved to make the vote e d*d ?OC"''? Council refused to do so by a de Ihe Ciuncii want into a ballot for Vice President. " ov" ,r'. / "B" d?c ar*d to be elected. ' _._Vb,'r of. Connoil wes now surrendered to the ^ H <? i. B' who "rode a speech of in. J, c/ ^opBB ,hat harmtny should mark the de liberations cf tbe party. Cm motion of Jo.vstim.v PiEBrx, the thanks of the Conn were T0,<d to Mr. Benchley. the ex-President. He mas e a speech full of thanks. Ihe CoudcI balloted for Secretary, and Mr. Stearns was dec aied to be eleoted. /.???*. -learns A motion to adjourn an hour was rejected, and a vote -Secretary Baker was adopted. IMr. /, K. Pangborn here received a telegraphic dea r -? 1, f T88 frrm tbe NewHamp.blre State Council of Americans, announciog that they had repu ?'?v d 'he nomination of Fil'mere and Donelson. 1 Geo. W. Merrirger, of Beaton, was elected Treasurer by a manlmons vote. tioni-?Hrrc' ?f Medw8y' Bnbnsitted the following resolu rrWEi!,Ion' Cr fiVwtloB?atePhilnrie nh'|C',restdent. made In tbeSatiotal 14 u . ^nllHdeiphl* ip February last. beMevlna Uiem Vm 1,V.","P^rooroilveior thoeeprln-ipiea to whfehthe f mrrlrsn par.y of Mauacbuselte stands pledged 'or\be s miJr/il w'8,?lMt^ Council approves of tbe call Issued ZNew Vr rk , n ,u? ^t o^vfntlon "> be beld In the city cZ,ZwL:k..'cts^Ts^foS'/p^tn'M V?aVorl\BrC.don\U.?.Vn Ibe'^f rstd ConveLllon. oholoe of delegates to the lsbircnBUaUbie?f B*"'0n' moT8d 11184 thB rB*olnUens be finely po;,SCf B?S,CD' mCWd that they be inde ? Hr.BRAVio.N manifested a diaposiilon to substitute Mr ..eke ( motion for his own, but Mr. FJyobjected, because tbe motion to postpone was debateable, and that to " ta ble" was not. Mr. Esueh, of Maiden, moved tbe previous question, wh'ch was ordered. ' Hr.Wmva, of Medwsy, called for the yeas and nays, and the chair decided that a plurality was neeessarv to oioer them. [Several gentlemen now, in turn, raised eeveial pom's cf order, and there was twen"? minutos of real contusion.] Mr. W. E. P. Haskell Insisted that the n rticn to lay on the table had been out off by the adop ti. r. ot the previous question. A gentleman in front o' tbe chair raised a point of oider, that Mr. IlaskeU bad no right toast-he was a substitute, and his principal was bete. Mr. Haskell rep lec that hie principal had autho a b'?"l0Tite. Mr. Maine 1 aid that Wh principal ai d lufcstitute bad voted on the last ballot. This en counter of 'ylta" over, the resolutions of Mr. White were sld on the table without a count. (Hr^KtT, of Newton, submitted the following resolu Besolved, Thiitthls Council eartcstly recommend (oall the ^ ??'''ans a union aid consilldaiion ot action upon 'ha nomt r* ^ {"f ?r * ticket for Btele officers tbe coming au ll w f .V" Pr*ront sdvlsed, ft* Council asserts (hat ran i^l i2l! ?B SV-f' be ?*> vote for such Ameri moMlraT""^ oVe0?.^1""1 ?' UD'^ 8ta^ " hB 70 to'lC8,0h,tl0" ,WMd " UttU Md U WM tBblBd? Three propositions to adjourn, were voted down In tDin. Mr. UsngR, of J.tdb, moved that when the Convention isnfed-ng'te^fi 7'the M ?f JuD#- DebBlBd 8Bd Msny gentlemen hariugresetted the agreement to ad journ to June Jd, Mr. Haskell moved a reconsideration of tbe vole just pgdsed. Mr. Fly made an earnest speech in favor of the reoon sideratioa. He desired bai mony in tbe Council for the sake of the State of Massachusetts. He was very severe vn tbe "sham Republieans," and those persons who un dertcok to create "hsels" at the expense of "tees." He was williug that each man should act for himself on tbe I leildential question, and act unitedly on State matters. A B? n? tor was-'o be chosen next fall, and be thought that a net er worthy of remembrance. The party got cheated 2AH fvn8to!U! qnestlon?greatiy cheated?and he h p?d a brighter look cut would be kept upon thoee verions who are now organizing the "people's Unions," WrTnrwnfo*, of Ian caster, bs plied, and de'emled thoee f latlemea who repudiated the i Oioore nvuueaUoe. Mr. Barrows, of *???!??.m- and Mr. Kames, of Maiden, ralaed question* of order, that Mr. Thurston *m not talking to the question. Mr. Tbluron continood?Ho disagreed with Mr. E ? In bi* advice to abandon the Presidential oontest. In h's judgment it waa upon that iaene the fight should b made. What could 8tato officers do on the qaaatiooa of alaveey and the questions embraced in the 3>ringfieM platform ? Mr. SmmAV, of Boatsn, aaked what the question before the Cooneil warV The Pbhudent said it wm on the motion to reconsider the vote by which the Council agreed to adjourn to the flrat Tuesday In June. Youw? "O, let Thuraton go on?Ely will give it him 1" (laughter.) Mr. Tbiriton went on, and said he eonld not endorse Mr. Fll'more even if he agreed to atand upon the Hp ring field platform, which be could not do without belying tvery act of hi* life. Mr. T. closed by saying that there would be ant i- Fillmore men at the Adams House at eight o'clock. Mr. Ely replied and explained; he did not eeo why gentlemen should not agree to differ on the Presidential question, and be united on S'ste matters. Mr. Tare, of l"abridge, said that Henry J. Gardner could not have been elected Governor last fall it h? did not stand on the Springfield platform. He stated that no one knew where Mr. Fillmore stood with regard to Amerioan principles, and Andrew Jackson Done)sou had ote hundred slaves. " You might as wsD expect to turn ?he Mississippi towards its source or grasp the lightning with your fl-.t, as to expeot the people of lias-aonuseU.-< to support Donelaon or Fillmore," He repudiated Mr. Ely 'a plan. Mr. J. M TrR.vEB. cf Brcokline, spoke in favor ot wait ing to tee where Miliaid Fillmore atooc, and hoped that no action would be taken on national mattere. lie aivo

cated the reconsideration as did also Mr. Baker, ot Med ford. M.. Baker spoke on, and declared, among other 1 binge, that the s'-every question was a paramount ques tion before the country to day; and he made this ssssr tii n though hlmselt an anti slavery man. Native Ameri canism, a. d not the question of slavery, was the para mount question of the country. Mr. Psmuborm here stated the contents of his tele graphic despatch^ which was that New Hampshire had, by a unanimous vote, repudiated the Fillmore and Dj nelecn nominations. (Cheers, hoohooing anc laughter.) The discussion was out t'sued by 8. C. Maine, ot Chel sea; Ftancis Stedman, George W. Warren, of Boston; and Mr. Barrows. At a quarter of nine o'clock the question was taken anc the reconsideration was carried. The question now recurred ou the motion to adjourn 10 Jnne 3. Mr. Brocks, of Fitchonrg, moved to amend, by providing tor the assembling of the council at Fltoh burg- Rejected, as also the tm lion to adjourn to Jane 3. The meeeing was now very thin, the "Africans" hav lbg retired. Mr. C. W. Bryant, cfRoxhury now submitted a plan for organising Hie State Central Committee which .was agreed to:? FT*tv Central Committer ?Augustus O. Brewster, of Suffolk; Charles W. Bryant., of Norfolk, E. C. Baker, of Middlesex; GeorgeH. Devereux, of E-sex; H. F. Viral, of Plymouth; I'avid Bursiey, o? Rarnntable: Edward Denny, of Wrrceeter; 3. W. Robinson, of Bristol; Justin Lawrence, cf Nantucket; David Davis, of Pukes, 0. K. Hawkee, cf Hampshire: E. Trark, of Hampden; Horace Lyman, of Franklin; H. 8. Briggs, of Berkshire. At ten minutes of 10 o'clock tbe Council, by a large ?ote, refused.to take Mr. Ely's resolution from the table. On motion cf Mr. Brewster, of Bos'on, tbe members of Congress were urged to advance, as far as they can, any measure which contemplates a railroad to the l'acitio. Ob notion of Mr. E. D. Fttdma.n the Convention pro. oree'ed to make cbcice of delegates to the National Coun cil, with ihe fullowrcg reeuli :? At large?A. B. E>y. of N'ewton, aid Thomas Colt, of Pitrr field. There was some discission about '-pass words," during wLieh Mr. F. D. btedznan made a speech in defence of Millard Fillmore end tbe national nomination. He said that to throw Fillmore and D<.ne)eon over was equal to ?I e destruction of the Ameiicau parly. He believed Fillmore could carry Ma'>achusetts. This speech was leudly applauded by the tew members present. Speaking oi "pas* words," Mr. Stedman said they were the cberm and tbe secret ot tbe sueoees of the Amerioan p?rly. District 1? Hemy F. Thomas, of New Bedlord. " ?? Nathan King, o! Middleboro'. " 3? Moses G. Cobb, cf Dorchester. " 4?J. M. Keith, if Ruxhury. " 6? A. 0. Brewster, of Boston. " 6- A. 8. Arnold. Of Rookport. " 1? E. C. Baker, of Med'ord. " 8? A. 3. Lewis, of Framrngbam. <? P?Levi HilLfcury, of F'itchbuig. " 10?Thomas Cbubkork, of bpringfield. " 11 S. Jubrsbn, of Adams. The National Council, to which these gentleman wer* ch> < en. a? sunnier In New York cn the Sd of Jute next. The debate on "pass words" resulted in an order that 'he I'reiicent, before the separation, give a pass word to tl* mew bore. Some discussion was had on t motion to hold the next meeting of t*\> Ccuncil in Beaton, to which proposition -cms oie moved a proviso, that the Boston br ^hren pay lb* rent oi the hall. Thts subject was referred to the executive officers. At 11 o'click tbe Council adjourned, end such of the members as ceeired it went to the President for the pass word. TIIK BOLTERS, OB ANTI-FILLMOBB STUN, Met at tbe Adams House at sine o'clock last evening. Mr. W:Mam B.Thurston, of Lancaster, was appolotel (bsiiman; end Meters. Potter, cf Dartmouth, and Dewey, ot Woice-'er were chosen Secretaries Mr. Paogborn sid several other gentlemen, msde speeches, denuncia tory of the Fillmore and Donation nomination, and in tivcrtf an appeal to the American party of the S?ate Ti e boilers embodied their sentiments in the following for m :? Vf, tie urderflgned, delegate* to tbe State Counrtl of tbe Anrer'csn psrfy of MassaikMetts, met tar coneu'U'len, being oproeed to the ncrolr*tl(**T>f Willard Fll'more ard Andrew Oscktor Doneiscn. berehv repudiate sa'd nomiustlons We sdbere to tbe principles of ihe Springfield platform, and we de?m it expedient to take tbe recesewv e eps to secure a rep recentatlon VM&a! American party of Massachusi-tta la the t meriosn NwwWel Convention which is to assemble In New York on ibe 12th dsv of June next. This was adopted and rlgned by some fifty gentlemen. Messrs. L. C. BoynVr, of Cxbridge, A. I.. Roger*, of Worcester, B. L. Batchelder, ofSntton; C. A. French, of $ tough too. and 3. Neat of Boston, were elected a State Central Committee. Two delegates at large were chosen to tbe Philadelphia National Convention, and it wan ordered that the meeting to elect distiiet delegates should be held on the 9th ot Msy. What else the "Bolters" did we do not kuow, as our reporters left them at twelve o'clock, and they were still talk leg. City Politics. THE NIGGER WORSHIPPERS IN COUNCIL. An adjourned meeting oi the Nigger Worshipper.' Can tnl Committee wee held laet evening at No. 656 Broed *ey. No reporters or outsider* were admitted. The treating was a large one, and the members of the oom n-lttce were lull of patriotism, for they listened to p]-e?ches of meet intolerable length with perfect good humor. One or two ct the ctmmitUo monopolized the floor during the eveuing, and even athaif past 11 o'clock they might be found addressing such of the membere ae remained behind. The only husinem of importance transacted viae the election of offioers, whloh resulted as follows:? I ntider t? Edgar Ketch urn. J ml Vice President?Charles C Ieigh. ?Sr(Ond Vice President?John W. Edmonds. fnrttaries?Wiiiiem Psel and George Tetwiliiger. l'<atvnr? thar'es W. Elliot. 1'tie committee to whom was referred the matter of e'eciion of delegates to the Syrsoase Convention re ported a plan of action, bnt after a leng'by dis cues Ion a compromise was entered into, by referring the wbo'e matter to a special committee ot live. This com iritiec leoehed Instruction to meet with the Tabernacle committee, and endeavor, hy every diplomatic means, to heal np the split that had lately taken place in the ranks ol the nigger worshippers. Personal Intelligence. The Know Nothing Cliy Councils of Washington have naeted a resolution offering Hon. James Buchanan a pub lic reception cn his arrival there. W. B. Astor and family, of this city, ara in Wash ington. Mr. Joseph P. Baldwin is appointed to be Register of the lard Office at Elba, Alabama, iu the place of James Ulax tcn, resigned. Mr. Htnry Bond is appointed to he receiver of public moneys at Talabassee, Florida, in the place of John W. Argyle, deceased. Mr. Win. Chaoncey Langdon has resigGea his appoint ment as chief examiner in the Patent Office. Governor Weller, of Maine, arrived in Boston on the Oth Jnat., in rout: for Chicago. ARRIVALS. At the Clereidon-Mr atd Mrs Henry Muncan ard two ser ver's, Mr S Duncan, Jr, Mew Orleans; Mr and Mrs J B Sat teishwelta, New York; Geo F Mnery, Boston; Mr and Mrs ti?o II turaid.Mifcp Arams, FhllSMFInbls: Mr snd Mrs Cbas H Wt net ding Mr snd Mrs Cipriani, H W Warner and family, Mfw York; E G Kiikpatrlck, England; J B Lazarus and fa mily. Mew YcrkiP A Mcckion, New Jersey; H Murray, ( h'.na; W Lima, Hew York. DEPARTURES. For Savannah, in siesmshlplAugus?a?B K Holeomb. O E lulls, F P Pope, J W Vtolcoit andludy. .. ?. Edward K Tremain. Bobtrt (a'boun. Henry Mallorv, Mrs Ames Fisher, Miss Fisher, Miss Til. nnre Miss K M Turnure. Mrs Grayler, Geo D Monroe, and len In steerage. For H< rtoik, Ac. i a the steamship Roanoke?H Prager, J T 1 trier, * Bush. J F Klngsley snd iadv, H B Dodge, Captain Baiden, Joseph T Smith, A Pike, Frederick Hart, William H Funsrn Lewis W Jackson, F flcb abaum, B W Frotter and lady, John Bbite, J 0 Oorke and ladv, Charles Buydam, Mrs Ji bn G Reynoida. A W Taylor and lacy, J 8 Whatmnre, P i Whe'more, George Gardiner, W F Brush and lady, Ml-e Frnrb, Miss R Bobannan. W W Povglss, ? 8 Taylor, Mrs MartIcdale--and SI in the steerage. Immigration to Kansas.?The Memphis Eagle and JOnquirtr says;?The New York Hhuld affirms tttat so tar, the North has sent 1,360, and the South I,eoo emigrants to Kansas, and says; "Thus, ft appears the South is ahead." The Hiiui n forgets that if comm n report be true. many of the "carpet bag geatry," s-nt fmm the South at the expense of slaveholders, have turned free State men aince their arrival in the Territo ry. Out of a company of eighty or ninety that went lion Georgia, ail but half a dozen are said to have acted with the Reader men In the late elections. Very few slaveholder* are going \fl K?mm frit* tfw? rla'e., we ??* ?oatrd of Coeuicllincn. The Board of Counoilmen met U?t evening, et 0 o'clock, President Pinekney In the choir. A number of petitlona were received referring to regu lating op town atreeta ui loring newer*, which were re terred to their opproprlote committee*. Remonatronoea were olao submitted end appropriately referred, odveree to the extension of Franklin atieet, and propoaed widen ing, opening and extending of Dunne street. Of the resolutions offered, the leading one* of Interest wM one directing that necessary atepe ba taken to com pel the Eighth Avenue Railroad Company to lay rails and rnn tbetr cars to Fifty-ninth street, tn accordance with a resolution of the previous Heard; aid one that Iewl< street be extended from Eighth to Tenth street. Both were referred to appropriate committees. A crn m.xrUfOD war received'rom toe City Inspector, transmitting a list of the number of low and sunken lets in the city baelcg stagnant water, and requiring to be filled tor the sa'ety of the public he* Lb. Reiarrvd to Cc ir mil tee on Pubiio Health-. The Braid adupteu a report occurring wi.'hTthe Alder men to add fifteen (eel to tho lire alarm tower on Jetfer ion market. The Committee on .Salaries and Oflieea preaocted a re repcrt recon mending the adoption of the resolution sub tult'ed at the last meeting < f the BbtrA, direc'ing an in ctesse of the salary of ihe Street C immiSHtouer from S3,0(0 to $6.0(0 a year and that of tne Deputy Street Commissioner bom $1 COO o $2,600 a yeer. A-dlscus ?fcn ensued of nearly two hours. Amendments Ware moved to inerraee to $0,000 a year the salary of the Mayer, ai d to $n 000 a year the safaris-of the krap troller. the Commissioner of streets snd I.amps and City Inspector. Various votes were taken, and reconsidera tion* offered, with explanations of vote*. The amend men! t* inoresse the -alanes of the Commissioner of ] Streets aid Lamps aid City Inspeeior was finally lost. The oiigital resolution, as offered, with the amendments to incrssa* ibe Mayor's salaiy t'< $6,(100, and Comptrol iei > to $6,(00 a year, all p?s??d. 'ibe vote on 'be increase of the Mayor's salary was 36 syee to 16 nrea. and on the increase of the C mptroller's salary, 311 ayes to 18 noee. The original resolution, as (fleied, received 70 ayes to 11 noes. Adjourned to FTlday. CominlealMieiii or Kml|<ration. TERRIBLE ROW BETWEEN THE COMMISSIONERS AND THE UUNNEKH? hKlVEH AND REVOEVHRfl BKOtJOHT IN FLAT. A regular meetii g of the P-oard of Commissioners of Emigration was held yesterday?(Julian C. Verplanck, I cq,, in the chair. A communication was received from Wilson G. Hunt, declining to act as ccmmimioner, a poet to which he was appointed by Governor Clark. Jebn P. Kennedy called the attention of the Board to a difficulty at Castle Garden, which had aecurred that morning, and inoider to under stand the subsequent action of the board, perhaps it would be well to etate what the difficulty was, the facts of ahich were furnished by our reporter. It appears tbat Jacob L. Smith, Couucilmau for the Pecond district, First ward, called upon Isaac O. Bar ker, Acting Mayor, and told him that Bovd & Hincxen, shippers, bad given him permission to go on board toe i hip St Nicholas, frrm Havie, when it would arrive, and land the passeigeis as he pleased; and Mr. Smith assad ibe Mayor to give bim autbori.y so to do. Mr Barker < id as he ce*ued;but it appears that the clerk who drtw up the permit, worded it so as to give Nmlth per n. lesion t* go on bosid any vessel he desired and land ibe passengers. Mr Barker, however, sigued tha order, which was directed to Sergeant Roach, <t the emigrant squad, sta'itnes at Casila Garden. Tha Councilman then hired the steamer Bixbeck snd with a gang of men wttgmi the Commisslorera allege aete runners, boarded tfceSt. Nicholas yesteidsy morning. Soon after, tue agents of the Ccmni's?inner attempted to got onboard, when, it rta alleged, the so called runners presented revolvers end threatened t<> shoot them if they did not keep away. 'Ite mate also ordeted them off. They came back and reported the condition < f ,large to Mr. Kennedy, who bee charge of the Garden. Shortly after the Birbrok came to the Castle Garden pier with the pasreugera of ibeSl. Nicholas?soma 260 in number?and their bag gage. Mr. Kennedy declined to allow ihem to land; wierewprn Louicilman timiih showed bis badge of office ?n his betas', snd pioduoed the permit tf the Acting Mayor, addresied tn Sergeant Roach who. of conrae, was j t-ovnd to obey It. The passengers were landed; wbete uj.cn Mr. Kennedy dented the Councilman to land their hajgkge also; but he declined doing so, ea;ing he would tai.e care of it for them. Upon this, Commissioner Gar tigua, who was piesant, addressed toe Germane in their iwn l**gu*ge, and charged the Councilman with being le.gacd with a gang of iuoners to rob thorn ct their ?flic's; upon which such an outcry was raised that tne Bi; beck which was steaming off, oame back within h?U Irg ci* lance, anc the passenger* war* told they could have their loggsge at pier No. 1 Norm river, lb* poor passengers were terribly frightened, and ate not know ?nat to do, as they supposed tbey were to be robbed on all sides. But tha difficulty was in t ye', ever. A Dumber of the srcalled runaers came to lbs ga'a of the Garden snd demanded admission, which to bt'lDgretuted, tbey die* knives sod were forcing their vsr in, when the em plot#* seized their revolver*, and f<"r a time it teemed as though there was to be a terrible fight. Alter some time tbe intruders were f treed out, ? b<i peace restored. The passengers were registered as scou as possible snd permitted to go after their baggage, i! they could find it. Delete the affray had 'airly commenced. Mr. Kennedy had tent to Mayor Baiker lor an adcitional police foroa; hut in-Dead ci tenting officer* he sent word to Mr. Kenne dy ifcat he wanted to nee htm, and when tbe latter call ed be acknowledged baring given Councilman Hmith the pel a it. Tbls the Commissioner alleged he haiTno right to do, as ihe laming of patsrngers la under a State law, and tbe oily authorities bave no business to interfere in the n atter at all. Mr. Kencecy also states that Smith Is an agent for ' he Pentsy ivauia Central Railroad, and that the fast eogers whi-e on the Bfrbeck were booked for that road, and any sum frrm twenty-five cents up was taken from then od account, ihe rest to ba paid to?? Lohreni, tbe agent ot tbat road. Mr. Kennedy alio ebarges that bebeaid s. con vei cation to tbe following effect between tbe captain < Wh? Birbeok snd Councilman Smith:? Captain-1 6ty Councilman, can't I have tbe landing cf tbe psseetgers et tbe ship Neptune, that is now com ing up V i U unci'mer?Oh ! no; the passengers on tbat ablp I have to mcsey, ant! we oouid make nothing out of tham. After these acs were detailed at some length to the Board, E D. Morgan moved that, in view o< the extraordinary ptcccedixgs just detai'ed, the Castle Garden Committee c* irutiucLd to give a full report oi the (act# to the Board, at tbe next meeting, with a view to take some xcur o (hereupon. Mr. I'l at objected, on the ground that tho resolution rtllcc'td in Mr. Barker, whom he believed to be an hon orable man, and who would u?t play into tha hands of unr-err. Ibe resolution, however, parsed. Mi. Bkn>ely made Ibe following as hi* quarterly tfr poTl lor tbe Castle Garden Comiult'e*;? RE-1 ME OF VESSHH AND PA-VKMIKRR LANDING AT GASTLR GARDEN THIS TEAR:? BuwdLU Per Mmlhs. VcstcU. Par. Sol. Bond. M-ans. Head. l Jan 7 1,015 42 $S8,15619 31.10 'Feb. 10 2 ( 82 164 97.343 11 30.77 March.... 4o 6,279 4?3 247,817 86 43.40 April ?4 6 662 381 609,13481 72.38 Total...1C6 16,028 1.020 $892 662 87 66 01 Iturirg the first ueek in May, 17 ships and 6,803 pas sengers. I- m thin table it will be seeo that the emigration is sir act y Increasing, and that a better class are landing. Tbe debt of Ue Commissioners has decreased eligntly. It is now (80,628 28. A letter was received from the Health Officer, sta loir that emaliprx cases were quite freqnent at the Quaran lite, lie Board arjourtd. Raima* Affair*. [Correspondence of the St. Louie Republican 1 Wxstpobt April 20, 1856. I have jnt-t received a letter from I>r. MrKee, one of the physicians attending Sheriff Jo tee. in which be iHjt:?"Mr. Jcnee appears to be getting along ae well %h col Id bt lookad for. last night be wis rather reetleaa. Tfc* most favorable symptom in hie ease, is the absence of high iBtlettitiiaW.iy excitement. This, (Saturday) morning be is asking for food. His limbN are about the si me, end lie suffers much pain when moved. Tncugh be bears all like a brave man, as he is. 1 have the best of hop* a for bis recovery, and will let you know his con dition hv each malJ. 'Colonel Sumner arrived yesterday with his whale com mand, and considerable surprised the people of Law recce, by telling them that be would knoek ?? out of tltm for *'sring to Ore In bis Lieutenant's tent. Robin i(i, md Reefer tcli. him that It was the pre-slavery petty that did it. Sumner said it was untrue; and If ?be Governor would leave the thing to him, he would nettle It for them in quick time." Chinese Slaw* Trade. fFrcm the China Mall, January 24.] lbe following paragraph is taken from the shipping in telligence of the San Francisco Herald of the UOth of No vember:-? ., . Car uo, October 36,1856. Tbe American clipper ship Iculsman is discharging and selling tier cargo of Chinese Waves. Tbe American bark Wemacumcnnn, Marsh, waiting orders. The American ship 1'ierltis tunings, discharging. The cool and business like manner of the an^Hbe icmt about the Indlaman shows that, If the sRKment be not true, the reporter would not be surprised If it were to. The vessel is now In China, and its owners, who are tnerchan s of high standing, and rather distin guish* <1 opponents of slavery in their own country, wou.d no doubt feel obliged to the American Mlniatar wete be to investigate the circumstances under wniob be Indlaman. loaded with at least five hundred and sixty five coolies, at Swatau, which Is not a legalized port. In June iast, and disposed of them at Calloa in Ootober. Deptmtctivic Conflagration in Columbus Omo.?1 aat Bight, about 10 o'clock, the extensive cai manufactory of Rtdgway k Co. took fire, which, wtth It eo'fie contents, was consumed. We have no means o estreating tbe Ices, hut suppose It to be, frcm the im romse amount of property destroyed, not less thai ?100 CCO. The fire (s said to have been the work of at jnwn*?Hf V Marine Co.nrt. Before H< n. Judge* McCartny tod Maynard. W.HO ARK K0K-RESIDKKT8?IMFORlART CHAKOE 111 PRACTICE. Mi * 7?Manv VI. Giant ?This ?M A motion to Mi aside av*i A.iectr ent. It appeared by the affidavit of the defeidant iU** be Heed in New Jersey, and had Hied there tor four i" fate months peat, and by the aMdnvit of the perm n w i'h Fhum he wee boarding that he rmidfed with him in JtrKe;* City. It aleo appeared that the oetiom wae eownurcid xy I'H attachment, under the non-iraprl HOrmeat act Die < *<*> ntLnt'n counsel moved to eet aside 'he attachment on uvgrout-d thai, aa he was a ncn rmt deat.be reus*. have ?-*u proceeds^ offeta*' h7 attach ment, and aa he wae peroieedtd against otherwise, the Court ban no juridicUi r of the cause. Mr. Lyman Abbot' f? r the plaintiff then re id an aflv davll tba ih* eeltialant ???> ngaged In bus'nuss fir the city of New York, ha* M> e?<<r it. trade inmstel tn thia city, and uxusljy xp-nt ?, Y? boeioeee houvi ot the dag here; aid contender that a part} where plane of otiwiauer was in tb n city wax not a nou rex-den*. although he xpent hia n ghts in another t*at?, and cited the caw at l'owuer ag . Chweb, ('J Abbo?*'? R-. 20V.) [ The t'eurt overruled ti e def< vod-int's objection; but on ? an objection to the rnfliuiei cy H 'he sfScavit on whiofc i the aitaelment wax ftu-< ed. ail wed the mol'.en tostand over. The profeeaton will aotiee that fhta deotaion twinn what baa been the uniPerxal pracitmr m this and lu the | eixlrict caurtx upon 'Hlx poin'; aiad w't ia the more im portant because it mxj opera-e to u validate all short prccees end any judgmdut lemert* thereon, against nucb qua*i ncu-tceineutt. Before ilnn. Judge TbovyeM'. bOIT FOR WAGhu AH 3KAMAN AM) m>RE CT.EEE. Lave v, Edward tiuiardiim and C mm u lknnEL? Tbix acton wax brought to recover an assigned aoeonni for xei vice* of Mr. Weixh as eeilor ou beard ship Brook - :yn, from hew York to San Francisco. in 1849, and aa clerk of a'ore ship for five months while in That barbae. Die Court rn'id as follows:?At the time, oraoon altar tke antra' of the xhlp Brcktrn at San Sraudsjo harbor, i-he became, and was for several months thereafter used as a xt< rage ehip. This la positively aworn to by Mr. Welsh. Witness for defendants merely testified tha*. they <i'd not consider her as a storage ahip while at the eaoM iitce they testify that tbey actually did receive certain articles on board the ship, stored them sad received storige. As matter of law, Tam of the opinion that tho irement the ship wax xppropi ln'e<l for the purpose of being used as a storehouse, the crew were at liberty fee eave her, with or without the permission of the captain. At the time re'erred <o by Mr. Welsh he was employed by <he captain to act as clerk of'he ship, at the rat* of <100 or $160 per month, anc that be served in that capacity not le.s than three months. This fact is positively sworn 'o by Mr. Welsh, while Captain Richardson testified that he don't iesouect any euih arrangement between himself and Mr. Welsh. Mr. Welsh was t lred as clerk for no spo i ified time, and was at liberty to leave whenever M cbcse. Mr. Welsh was justified in doing so, at least whom he tcund he could not obtain from the captain hia wages. The plaintiff is, therefore, entiled to recover judgment to tbe extent of the jurisdiction of the court? 0600 ?? against the defendints. Poller InMilgeMi. Tub Late Cowhidiso Affair in Braces Street?J OF THE Acoi sed Partibs ?Wm. Lyeter and Charles Wal ters, the individuals who assaulted James L. Smith, pro prietor of the Sunday Carrier, with a cowhide, a lfesr days ago, were arrested yesterday nod brought betes Justice Welsh, at the Lower Police Court, en charge of axxsolt and battery preferred against them by Mr Smith. Tbe secured were held to bail eaoh in the sum ol $50*, to anower the cbaige. The trial of Lyster and Waltaru wid come off In the Court of Sps e'al Se??icna to morrow. There will be a large attendance of Nioaragnan and thea trical characers on baud to wi.ness the result of tho procedure. Great fun is anticipated. A Coumrtman Fieecei).?On Tuesday night a Rhode Islander, named John Williams, was enticed into a orlb in Spruoe street, near tiol% by some fascinating young female, and while there was roobed of a pocketbook con taining $80. Information ot the maltar was commoof ca ed to the Second ward station bouse, and Captain Leonard proceeded to the h'.use where the robbery took plav.e; but although etiict searoh was made, no traoo Of ' he mi?) U g money or tho artful female could be obtain ed. The robbery ia supposed to have been affeoted by ? third party, by means of tbe panel game. *? Amj.i.mi Case of Hori-ebteaijx(; ?James Gray VM brought brought before Justice Flnndreati yesterday moi Ding, on charge of stealing a horse and. cart, vahaad at <176, the property of John licDermott, of 488 Green wich street. The accused was found in possession of tha property when arrested by officer tsar tout. The prisoner wsx committed for examiratlon on the charge of grand Jaicetj. BrOTKToar op BCholazjt.?Two young to en, named Morris Leocaid and Ac drew Simmons, wars arrested by tha Fiftren'h ward police, on Tuesday night, on suspicion ot burglary. Tke acouasd wars found upon the prtmiaas of WiLnam L. Lenard, iltUi Klisaboth atreet, uUdar scmawbnfe suspicions clrssnstsnces. The padlock of tha freot door wax found to have been forced off; but the prisoners de ft having had anything to do wills the burglary. Jas Hce Henilrtau ccmmLied them for trial in default ef $l,tl0 bah: The M?m ril^ata NctiImm. TO THS EDITOR OF TS HERALD. Referricg to tbe ?rtio'.e which appeared in your coin yegterdey, I nust in Janice to the con tractor, Mr. Rebert r. Pairott, ot th? West Feint foundry, who furnished the machinery for this steamer, state the facta of the cm?, Which are that during the trip-Jrcm Norfolk to Aoapolfe^ the water in one of the boilera was allowed to get too lew, and the boiler slightly burned in consequence. Owing to the laige amount of heating aurface and rapid eeaptiaif'nof tbia plan of b< tier, they require mtath clot-er attention than tbe oldar forma, and the accident tcourred during tbe watch of one of the junior axstsiaak engineers. Tbe repairs to the boiler were completed oa Saturday last, ano the atennaer ie now ready (or aea. TRUTH. Uoldunld, the Actor. TO TBE EDITOR OF TOE HERALD St. Nicholas Hotel, 6th May, 1866. Mar 1 request you to as^ep' my apologies for ad dressing you, and to hope you will understand that I feel great dedcacy in doii g n, as I hare invariably en Laror ed to do my duty to tba publio throughout my theatrical career, ana to submit silently to the criticisms of tlM frees; hat an artie'e has appeared hi one of this Brew ing's papers which I c.nfesa has touched my pride, aad Which In your otty may do tue some Injury, although ? bare corrinoiog proof of the liberality and generosity af your self judging citiesns. It is stated in the a bore named paper that I am treat tbe 1 Grecian Saloon." It is certainly Inferior to many of our th< aires in London, but many of our best actors nam pltyed there, and I did certainly star there for twdeie nightf, fcurteen years ago. I beg to ear that 1 am of Theatre Royal, Drury last, Adelphi, St. James, Olympic, Strand and others. I ham never accepted an.engsgement hut at Drury Lane; but I have starred it at all the London theatres, and through out the country. As 1 believe jcur paper li the great organ for pubMw opinion. I hope this may present such an error getilag into circulation: and trust 1 may he pardoned the ltbertw 1 am taking. L. G0LD6MID. Thcntni and Exhibitions. Broadway ?Mr. ard Mrs. Barney Williams will agata appear in a variety of their most popular and laugbabta ohaiaetata to night. "Rory O'Mowe," "Yankee Oourt i hip," er.d < Teddy, the Ttler," are tbe pieoea anlected. Niwo's.?The revival of the celebrated spectacular pantonine called "Mszulm, the Nfobt Owl," has proved vety succeatful?the bouse being Oiled every night. Ik will be repeated tv-nlght, with '-The Schoolmaster" ami ?Terpsichore." BowtRY.?Owlpg to the extraordinary rush to this fe vcrite hr me last evening, the manager has been induced to anncucce tbe same pieces for repetition to-nlgfc|. They ere, "Roslnn Meaaowi," "Helping Hands" and "Jack Sheppard." Bcrtor's ? Bernard's last comedy, "The Evil Genius.' in wlich Mr. Burton bss made a great hit as Tom Rip. stone, will he repeated this evening. The "Unfinished Gentleman" follows, with Mr. Goldsmid as BUI Donate. Wai.iacw'c ? Mr. Wallaek will appear to-night tor the last time but one, as Julian St. l'lerre. In Know lea' (haw play of "Hie Wife," being the seventh occasion of its recent petfoimatce to overflowing heuic^J'Poor PUH eoddy " Is the afterpiece. m I avra Kktbd's.?The great moral drama entitled "Thg Marble Heart " continues the absorbing feature of at traction at this el* gent establishment. It will be followed this e.eclrg by the new burlesque styled "Norma, Hiigbty Removed." Broadway Variitiis?The juveniles, having varied their entertainment* every evening, have agate hem drawing large audiences this week. They tender "Knlwt Heart Never Won fair lady " and "Black Eyed Susan " for to-night. M. Kxllrr's TAiujurs.?It I* pleasing to be able to me I source that, since the commencement ot M. Keller*a | elegant exhiblUrn, Empire Hal] has beau thronged with tbe eduoated and refined ol our city.' Wood's Minstrkis preterit a fine programme of ana danoee, and the capital burlesque of "Robert I calre," for the amusement of their patrons to-night. Copkkrt m Brooklyn.?Mo*. Be Is Grange and Mm 1. M. Gottschalk, assisted by various other exeellrut artists, am to give a grand ooncert at the Brooklyn Athenmum, this evening. 8f sdat Conctcrts.?Another of the very popular sacrsd ooncerts will be given under Mr. Carl Bergmanu's direc tion, at tbe City Assembly Rooms, next Sunder evening. A grand sacred e< noert will alio be given at Keller's Em pire Hall, on the eame evening, by the Uoun'aineer Stag era of Beern, of whets vocal abilities Jenny Uad and othere spank moat flattering y. Naval Intelligence. CsmtD Btatw ktramrr Mkriuiiac.?Wg Teirn that a p ees of false keel, suppoeed to belong to the Uaitsd Stains ship Merriicao, has been fivb^d up of! Chamber, tain's wharf, where, it will be .etn em bored, she ram aground coming up to her foeo'.ifip. a fog wwkf egu.-e ?vr/9ik M* h ^"