Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 11, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 11, 1857 Page 4
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4 NEW YORK HERALD. J A M V M O r. IM>% IIKOKTT, KDTTOIt AM? PHorRicm*. OPVIC S N v. COUSfn CI NvBnAT AKP JTL.TCK STS. fj ti 'trwwr. tnr paii r kf.kalp, 5 -ci" '7 , r?.'? ?? * ' A"/ Ht b AI " t*ry K:?urrfnv, n" <W4 r<??..-w iti<? ?tf ?*? ?? ?f IV / '.rtn w?, |,i ?v )?" C"' r<v 1<?. o. So?. o. y jvi't iy"t<n" |~K, Ujth to inA^At r 4ny rcii'S tj 11 r ooHKR-rositrxr r. ?***.; a: ru MV, J'rtfn nnv r w-Y-r .> tK if.M. {f utf. .il'h, lih-. .^I.y l4.y?*irui kl li.. VhtNLKMrt iut Piu ii'tr'i.Aki.t Ktqi.?5Tkd r. rt> jti t.j Lrrrrus *-<i> Fa?xiou Hint r* SO JV('Trr Kkikrn of c :<mi .<-? . <r >. 7- ' ! '*<. Wt <t not rrnrr th<v r*#w*A Vtlamr XXII Ni>. 130 AMI'8XMKKT8 THIS BYEMNO. v.Raju*WAY TntXTHK ' Krik'mr 1 . Hob of IU Nwin MBliO'W (I4tn*w Hriadv?y- -Trc, t Hop* la BocvrtiilE?KBC liNouB. X-OWIRT TUKATBK, a.wrry - fur, Drm"! Hwtst?101 m TON H NXW Tlflt A TUB. H^wlwuy, op-<*:W) Boc4 at ? i iiH2u IKH .TffllWI?ki:- ?ru >.? !!* WKlA^k- rr*s THKaTRX, itwidnr fmnur tV>VBC* uaiUA EKKHXW Br*<iwar-NAfr*a aw? Am??VajuBTT. B1BNVV8 AMKBICAH MU8KU*. Bmadwar?AfVmoon, A i ob iri outn-Nn, OB tbb ?iu>mn*.s ILrtoairi. lira. v-Kbzobbob Jitmon gko. rmtT.Tnr Afro wood's kuotreia, ?m Broad ?*7 Bnacrus Pwobbabctb?Pabb Dassa RDCKUm RUXADKIU, M Broadway - ftvHiorua l*BBjrOBB^?gB?? MtABaWfl AHiBlU * MmiBHiTt Nusoboa. RnDCHArrm* H a14a CI itmadwar? Wasac WvoonB Ar. Autioi Ntiotb' Ri^vmtaisbmib?Bt Birin'lVinntu. lew York., Munrtajr, 91ay 11, 1*57. Tt?o Irwt. The Now Jersey Central Rtilriad bridge over the Mueconetcong, at nioomaborg, was destroyed by , fire on Ratrrrday night. Passengers and nice ban J dlse will, however, continue to be forwarded over tlx road with bat a brief delay in going round the j break. Tbe bridge will le replaced In about a fort , n.pbt. until which time no coal from tbe Lehigh can i tx forwA. Jed The accident will, of coarse, cause no intc mption to the business oa the Delaware, Lackaw.-na and Western road, aa the bridge is above the j* ii< lion. By the arrival of the schooner Kolua, Captain Conger* at thin port yesterday, are have news from Turks Islands to the 29th ult. With regard to the salt crop, the Royal Standard of the 2.1th r-aja:?" During the past week we have hid a few nbowern. but the pans are again making. A small quantity has been gaihere at his cay. and should the pie-ert ten weather con uue we shall soou have i a general retteg. 16,500 but iels have been exported from kiest Hash* tetce our last, and the pans there | are in e.\ illeM ?rilticn. The quantity on hand is a boot 130.000 boteeis. The ruling prices are nine to ten cents, with an export duty of a hnlf cent." Kain had fallen in great abnndance at Inagua, causing mucL damage to the salt ponds. The American srbocri r Falmoath, from St. Domingo, was wreaked at Little Inagua. Her cargo was saved, and subsequently sold at Vathewtown. Wa have details of the news from the city of i Mexico to the 20th and fr>n Vera Cruz to the 23d ult. On Thursday and Friday at Holy Week the ecclesiastical authorities at the capital attempted an irmrreetion, bat they were promptly pat down by the police. The archbishop, the blah op of the dioeess. and aix or seven of the mora prominent priests who were engaged la the outbreak were arrested and pieced in roaflnrannat A decree of banishment was subsequently issued against these petw>ns, du* iu penary tw remitted n tu u concerned the archbud p, who is a man of ad- , ?anced ace. He ?u imprisoned in hi* palace to an ait further orders. In Taculmya and Puebla similar demonstration." of insubordination had taken place. The body of the murdered female recently found rear Newtmrg ha? not yet been identified, and without rendering a verdict the Connor's jury met on Saturday and adjoorned to the lf.Ui inn'. The hady Is ?UU kept In the vault, wnerc it will remain an long as, unlors so vow identified, kisewbtreia given a summary of the various rumors and theories in regard to the murder. It ia expected that the (ioreroor will offer a reward for tiw discovery of the perpetrator* of this terrible deed. J&V Hoard of Hupervisors, which adjourned !ul mhI % conwqnenre of their want of knowledge a * to bow they should proceed in the present unsettled state o? mnni:ipsl afThire. have been specially sum mened by the Mayor to meet this (Monday) even- i ng, at i o'clock. There 1* something new coming. The religious anaitmarie* commencei lavt evening with preliminary sermons in several of the . churches. The weather was delightful, and ronse- | qotntly tbe meetings were well attended. The , Volon Theological Boe e?y, the New ^ork Hible i->oe.iet>,tbe American and Foreign Christine I'nion, the American H<>me Mis-ionary Society, the American Few.aie Guardian b* ciety, and the Society for , the Eineatlon of (.'olcr?d Girls met last evening We give n perbi of the jrr>ceediEgH in today's [ pnpet. The annexed table sfc"w? the temperc/nre of the atmosphere In this elty during the pits, wee)., tbe i range of the barometer. tlio ranati'*n o'' the wind cunvnU, ami li e stale of the weather a thne perioda during each day. via.: at A. M.. a .tl " and 2 o'clock P. M.;? ~ ji "a )7 m. j 3 a '? T i r. '< jTi \ it j i r I ? ) J 11i j' I}: M l_ 5j I ] 1! 1 iji J_ 1 i hsv nsLssitsi i. z'i? * * boa. I *UT-S> V N ? AM* V N. P. ,i' Hi*.. 4h 3* M M K. -'3 * N K IH? y X K iM l.i)0 rwB.I f.'sn? m h. v 11N h. w ami v k. w n W?d .1 ? *'a-?4 w U**T W H?>:* W ii TW.I fr*vB(? K W. *ia>6; w it;**, w. ? ?rtd..I M.T>? If 1. Jim'-,: W JUWM w ?i , t .. *. m tmiii itotar'iijr? V ra.Ls, rtfudy and Ughl ra.a,, Unary rale; Btgfct, liratr* rain noadiy?Mr-uint, clondy ami warm; aflrewoua, cloudy aid waim otybt, eieidy *ed warm. MoodK; ?Mora off, llfht shower*, altennvo, UgLt ehow en, bIk .t. baawy rain, thunder and Dqbtnin* Tweed*y ?Mort-ry, warm, .ifmn n, warm, with rain, | cuaht, rt> ad jr. wMatMy MwiIm, ?fh? rain; tfleromm, clear and warm, tight, dear ao 1 moonlight. Tfcorw ay?Morning, clear and warm; aTheneon, clear aad warn aigbt, elmr a?<* oiwr. light Kndaj -Moramg. j-eaear.i afrraora, picecarl, rl^bt, cWr aw maonUrM NrH'j-Mortixg, pfnwwirt. TU a? rt oottea m -al .rday ware iwiflived to about ),M9 bal a, baaed cwn y ?i totddUaR opiaMa at WJ<? . Old Net (Tlaaaa n.. .dlx** at My.alt^n. Mjyer* and aeile t were lada-xwel at <xme freely another, and Urn mar* 4 war to that c< Vtcm n which a cobrem*M i? prteea WoaM pf .hab y lead to Innfeaaad vtThy in radv. F?cu# wig agwi H?, and c.naed at an ad wn* t-f lie. a V>c- |?w barrel Wheat Coolie, ed firm, bat Wie fci,h price# daman led checked i aaiea A cargo of Obm ma club add at 11 (A Cora waa Ira, with aalna >* mined utc.iW. | w*tli enrw (trmtkcfB ye Dew at V?c. and Wmthera white at nit. al?e Rya waa held (Irmly at 97c. Pork waa rather rv rr a-?" a, with aa>e * new dkw at 0*1 Mu fa tu (tuyan, ee a firm, with aalea oouflo*. to about bon tdwta Cul-e ir . ? JwhOo, with ?) do. ft *10 Hlco, and 3,000 U^a ha in o oa prtritt b r:v. 0r3Wi waa quiet, bet the -at-td w 4 Orm rrW.-bta weew inarMra awl ecraee raeaw i.yb' To Urerpool aboot bOO a 70U baiaB af eottoa wea web td at 'M. dd. per balm Kroh nm Fiijbc^tkbm.?We that u ffl'Wt? r rf tb<* name of llo?r*rd i? '*? # ^/>*r <WwA V !? ftmib. m SUile?, making ?p?eehe* to ."?du< n '(ration k. ?a The movement in ! >.: -<i ni to fi'ipofid njr v r? r- \j thmi Wore. We Hujrgent that nil ti*' fll ' u?u i \( fih hii<< f? uth. nbonld go to Kfu.m* ?m1 Late ? rmerTatioa, in ahkb tbej m'irht t out .J1 th' ix Imtth-a without iryary to knj rtofp thmvlu a. a ring and gire (i f {.Wn'.or- a r banco. Tt*? Kfiolnllon lit Vlr|tnli-4J?rcnior Mlw W nkli.( ti)? at Lhn(. TS- oW State of Virginia the mother of States, sod once tte leader of the confederacy, ban reached a crittiH in her history which in exciting tho greatest concern rot only among her own people but in her wrter Slalts. The operation of peculiar In we has prevented hor keeping ".in in r n< ignoorb 111 toe tnarcnoi progress, population, and plenty, Partly because the system of labor used in that State hi not ns profit ible now as it was a century since. partly from injuoicious agricultural systems. and partly from various local causes, Virginia has begun to go backward, in spite of an accumulation of natural ad?anlages which arc hardly paralleled in the world Tfco phenomenon has a wakened the attention ot several shrewd men in this part of the country, and commercial corporations have been formed for the purpose ot bringing to bear new operative and agricultural systems upon the impoverished lands in several sections of the State. One of those companies was incorporated by our Legislature during its last st ssion; and we have published several manifestos from Mr. Eli Thayor, | who appears to be the leading man among these schemers, briefly developing tho sound god practical aims whioh he and hie associates propose te themselves. But a knowledge of the facts, and coaoern for the future are not confined to Northern man. Gov. Wise of Virginia, In a epeech recently delivered bc'ore the Mechanics' Institute of Rich' mood, and published in Saturday's IIkiuui, dilated nt lencth upon the undue backwardness ot the nu-chanical arts in Virginia, proposing various remedies, among others a College of Mechanics. And in the letter from him which we publish elsewhere, be takes occasion, apropos of a proposed line of steamers from Norfolk to Havre, to enter more elaborately into the subject, tj uuvacw iue causes woicu nave producer lae aecline of Virginia, to propo* various remedies Io the shape of railroads, and foreign seaports, and finally to predict, under God's bleating and an uncommon share of good fortune, a glorious destiny tor the State of which he is Governor. Thus Gov. Wise arrive*, in a roundabout way, and with much amplification and rhetoric, at the tame conclusion a* Mr. Eli Thayer, namely that Virginia requires help badly. Practically he stands on the same ground as the Massachusetts una New York emigrant societies; the only differences between them are that he uses fiae language, while they talk in a homely strain, and that be proposes hundreds of miles of railway. State aul to steamers, and a general combination of merchants to sustain a French line, while Eli Thayer and his friends go in simply for ' subsail ploughs." On the main principle they are sgrnd. It must be very gratifying to Mr. Thayer to fiud himself sustained Irv so hish an authority ss the Governor of Virginia, in opposition to the caterwauling* of the Southern journal*. He, no doubt, likes railway* and steamers as Wtll as Governor Wise, and, though in the manifestoes we have read, he seems to consider "subsoil ploughs'' a more immediate necessity, when the proper time comes, after the immigration of his people to their new Virginian home, he would probably be prepared to go us far as any Southern man in helping to establish a Southern line to Europe, or railroads to the West For the present, we are inclined to think that Virginia stands more in ne<-d of what be offers than of the improvtnv nfs so grandly proposed by Governor W ise. A great foreign seaport cannot be built up with a low strokes of the pen. or even a few J-gixlativc acts. Virginia may vote any aid or guarantee the pleases to a Norfolk and Havre ! line of st?am< r>; unless thero is the trade for j them, a free, natural, and profitalde trade, they will cot ruccied. and the enterprise will be a j losing bu'inew- to tho Stale and to every one j concern*<L At the present time, we greatly doubt whether such a trade crist*. Virginia : n-ither takes foreign goods enough, nor exports doniMtc produce enough to warrant the e tahlisbment of suoh a line. When Mr. Eli Thayer and hir 'sulisoil ploughs'' have b?*n at work a certain number of yxara and his example h&o I- r>n followed in other parts of Urn j State, then, no doubt. et< amboat lines will be started. and railroad- built, and eollegiv cetahlixle' 1, and taxes raised, to tho heart's con- | tent of Governor Wise. But hUbm t<>. erpt rlenc t i tell- us ihat a great M*if?ort is the nrctseary t utM to a rich and looming hack country; that j >u can no more create it w ith >ti't such a country thai you can create a well disciplined army w.-tbon drill. Gov. Wiso's letter, however, Is an abb* one, ! una wiu repay perusal. 11 wa* nor wthumi wituout ? toooght of the lm]K>i i?m election of member' of Congress ? State Legislature which i?i to ti ke place on tae in.-*. The course of politic* having utterly discomfited the Know Sothing? und old wblgs, the democrat* are no a- tbe only f*r*y in tbe State. They arc divided, if we are to believe their newspaper*. on various le al *nd political iMi? of secondary moovat, but tlie reftl b*ne bctaecn then is whether Wine or Hunter shall be tbe next Untied State* Senator. The toter on tbe French *te?* may be tliufl read ft* a deadly uiiitcrhaad stab at tbe cbftiKetof Mr. II no tor. A Fat iL f u WHlov.?For a wonder, tbe Sunday pftpera of jH.terday omitted their usual torrent of atioee for tb<' Hkh u.r> and its editor. This slngular omis-ioo mado tbe pnper* very dull, and the trade was alack with the ocm-boy* They were not, however, unfortunate enough to have any paper* left on band, aa they alwuy* inquire before purchasing if there ie "anything about Bennett," and graduate their purebnaee accorl'ngiy. What would become of the Sunday and Co inuy pnpnra without tbe Hrrw.d to steal from and B? nnett to abuse we really cannot ima^oo. Thiwlow Widen Of run MKntoroua. -We re- by some of the black repubUcftQ papers that the Legislature paa^d a law laat *e nion. for tbe tieneflt of acme philoaopher* who desire to get up an orgai. of that party In thin city, ft* If it HSU uuk II?/r Miun i^Kwir> UWI niv f(wu ?wi i health. Th.- law authorl/'* the rwtabUahment of a tKWpap*" on tb" Ktockjobhing principle It ij tob? at up with a capital of one hundred and fifty tbouea> d dollars, and Thurlow Weed is to bo the editor. Now, Weed Is a great man In Albany and. until kicked ou?, wan quite inflacitial in tbe lol?by at Wa*hlng*an; but he will flrd that hocurpocuaing verdant representatives ard conducting a newepaper In this metropolis a-v tDtlrely different matbra. ltobort J. Walker, vbo had ever so many hundr<-d thousand dollar <0 sot up an org?in for tko unt< Trifled domncrar j found that th?re were too many etop? in fin- way; and Mr. Walker never made the flr<?t pipe. He can tell Mr Weed that a great man In a email tiling* like Washington or Albany is not at all respected, or even thought of. by the irrrvrrent people of the city of No* York, who havo a NRW YORK IIEUALD, 1( honor of organs a d organ grindora of all kiuds ttc>ng tbt l?st uanifd iudivuiual* to swop tl*o hIiiHk Lei take warning in tinio. llif Art ml n ltd in I Ion of Jiutlrr In !lrw York? 1111)> !>I*> of Crime mid It* Irum?< ' Tl* l?ord?ll irial, which for tho Itsl fow wraks I ft* < xci'ofl so much speculation, is a'- an end. snd ?f shall now probably only h?*nr of it its one of tliCM-e mysterious events which for generations fu?ni<-b subject for wonder and awe to flnvde listeners. We question whe ther tho comet cilekri* Of any country make mentioa of any case more singular or memorable. When we con-id- r the unparalleled boldness and f--arlessn?se of the deed, the l-tlle apparent effort resorted to to escape detection, and tbe mystery io which it continues involved -notwithstanding three protracted investigations?it will be regarded elth< r as one of tne most successful crimes or as one of tbe moat lamentable failures of justice on record. Witfc tbe verdict of the jury we have no fault to find. It was strlofly in accordance with the evidence presented to them. Regarding that evidence in all its legal bearings, we ere bound to arrive with toe jury at the conclusion that Mrs Cunningham is innocent?innocent at least, of hoy direct participation in this murder; and that coooiufdon, of coarse, also legally absolves her partner io the accosition?Mr. EjkelMjh. Cunningham is, therefore, by the law, formally restored to the position from which the law temporarily degraded her. She will rename her place amongst her peers of Bond street and the fashionables of Saratoga Springe, and it Lb probable that the celebrity attached to her by this trial, so far from injuring, will enhance the social sacoesses of herself and daughters. New York society is so singularly constituted that we must be prepared tor a'l such startling inconsistencies. Passing from the immediate result? ot this acquittal to the pat ties concerned, to the more impoitant interests involved in it, we are compelled to say that the management of the case furnish*# a melancholy commentary on the manner in which justice is administered in New York. With the exoeption of the conduct of the presiding judge which is deserving of all praise for its even temper. impartiality and decision?we do not recoilec t any important criminal case which has presented j such a display of imbecility and Inefficiency on the , part of the legal persons employed. The prosecution seemed alraid of proving too much, whilst the deft nee, on the other hand, was weakened by its efforts at exaggeration. After the strong statements made by the District Attorney in his opening speech, more was expected from the evidence for the prosecution than was disclosed in the tea- ( timony taken before the Coroner. Instead of the ( promised developements, we find to our amaze- ( mc-nt that not only is there nothing new to add j to the evidence against the accused, but that ( much that was previously considered important j is withheld. The testimony of Fan-ell, the ovi- { depoe regarding the purchase of the dagger, and ^ the testimony of Dr. Blaisdell, are all shut oat c ijuiu uiu ruwru. i/uimuat) iulv umdu km courw i luruifhed an una of strength to tbe defence, aod contributed in no mall decree to a triumph which the Uttle nkiU arrayed on that slda might have failed in obtaining. It is impossible to read the > opening statement of Mr. Hall, and to oompare I it wi>h the evidence presented in rapport of it, I without arriving at the oonclosioQ that the case for the prosecution was either got up at a haudgallop or prepared with a oarelossnesa which | only finds its parallel in the usual mode of transacting basin*sb in tbe District Attorney's office. ; We believe it to be a fact that at tbe present moment there are from fifteen hundred to two thousand indictments, tbe accumulation of the last three yam, lying j*rdu in that office. thj | parties criminated enjoying all the time full immunity from the penalties attached to their offi-ncc*. Is it surprising that in such a state of thing* our city nhonld within tbe last few years, hate been the theatre of half a doxen atrocious muid'rs, and that tbe autnnrs of them should have bwn allowed to escape punisbmen'* I Ought we to wotder that our streets are iufokd by armed bullies and rowdies, who pistol unoffending putties, or that respectable dtixcus should occasionally be made away with ly the midnight assassin, leaving no tree's of their fate? We may foci wound ?<J by end reatnl the comrocuturiesi of the hiiiY'V* an ptesH at toe inefficiency of our judicial but we cannot alter the character of these facta. At> long ae prosecutions are conduced in the loose. burgling and inefficient atnlit in whlcu this Hurd? II trial hat been managed ns long tu- crime in bulfund to thrice with im- ( pnnity. and dchuiltara and *?indler? are permitU d to flourish and hve bouored in our midst, so loi.g must we be content to bear with patience the remark* and moot* of other*, and submit, an ^ be*4 we eon, to the more scrim* couwwiuoncce of our own "ina of omission. it is to be regretted that so recently after this topic bring handled to the disadvantage of oar institution* by tlx liuiopi-an journal*. a case so Important a* this Burdill trial should, by official ] cajeleeKne**, be permitt. d to furnish a corrobora I ticn of thoir stricture*. We can only account tor . Mr. Hall'w conduct by the fact that he ban been *0 much occupud with the clique, who, In their secret midnight Kitting* at the Ad or Dwise aid AH>any. have been cooeortlng meamui* to de- ' prive the people of New York of their constitutional rights, that he has hud no time U-lt to att? nd to Uh duties of his office j Thk Ajukricak Kwoiuvt Aid A.*nlI'itr??TEU> i Courcsr K' ut OmoA.m/ku This or mpany Is i no longer a protected Mpeeulalive or rani Ration. It is a "fined fact." It is cliaiVmf, a id. an our i reader* hare already been informed. oo Thursday last, within a half an hour from the opening of tls? book*, every ceut of the required capital for actlTe operations (1240,000) was subscribed. The company was then formally orgimeed, and elected Hoo. Eli Thayer as th< ir Pn ddent, and John C. Underwood, of Virginia, as their Secretary. Ac. The most promising f. attire of the oread on was I th?* t-iki/g. on the spot, oi #?u.00<i worth of stock \iy three citi/^n \ of Vir^iai*? ami Mty more share* by another Virginian, now a resident of thir State. This look* ttj much Uko gong to biubM In earnes*. Thus th) greatest enterprise* in the history of mankind often appear a* but among the accid uts resullin ^ from L>? moat ! distant cause*. Ibis i-'ouuern emigration ami homestead roovment, for example, i* but one of th<- accidents oonseqnont npc;i the i-aiwige of the Kansas-Nebraska b'lL That bill HOggwted th" folicy ot an organised Northern emigration syat m to Kansas a fb-s Hute. The result* from then* experiment* he <re <li <rlo?xl the fbet that through an organise company, in 'he par chase of the cheap land* ol i Southern fltob-a, by wholesale, and in th" ?' position of vhem to actual settlers In small farms, million* of money fONDAY, MAY 11, 1857. ruav be marie by all ronotrned - by the connAtny, by their h Uicm, and by the Stake in which thuj m>-ty settle. Such is the practical opening of a new < pooh in this country's hL-to y--an cp?ch marking toe prog* easier diversion of Ibe great Hlivutn of Maropoau and Northern ou?igr?tion from the W.-?t to the boider utavv Sta'cn of the South. A?k1 ail Heoiobie men in those Statos wilt nay. let diem come, and welcome. What nay the Virginia flroeaters now? MnlxdmlnlatrMtltMi wt J u alter. The Outrrrier d(4 h'UUi Unit, in translating and reviewing some remarks wbioh we made the other day on this head, considers that *o exaggerated the part propc?ty chargeable on Individuals, and under-cut'mated the law's share in impi>d<iig the due adminint'ation of justice The Courrier seed defects enough in our jadicial system to account for the frequent failure* of ju-?tk>e, and desires to ascribe the usual escape of the guilty to the defect of our jnry laws, and to ?hc geoerally confused condition of onr cdmltn&l code. This is the criticism of a Frenchman bred wider the influence of ?be Code Napoleon, andac customed to the French jury system, according to which ? majority of the jurors may render tin verdict in opposition to the sentiment of ?he minority. We do not propose to dmy altogether the justice of the strictures. The old ruto of English

law requiring unanimity on the part of jurors to ensure conviction was framed in a large and liberal spirit; it was designed ?o accumula'e d.ffieulty in the way of the conviction of an in?.ocent man. When it was coupled, as is still the case to some extent in England, with tho other rule whioh debarred the jarors from food, drink, light or fire till they had rendered their verdict, it was perhaps less absurd than it now seems; fo-, though, in oue point of view, theie rules injured the victory to the jurors whose powers of endurance were the greatest, in another, they militated against differences of opinion, and facilitated a fpeedy deliverance. In this oountry, the common sense of the age loog since d d awsy with the latter of the two rales, leaving the former?the one which requires unanimity on the part of the jury to convict?to plague and pester as. and lead to a failure of justice through a d'ffereoeo of 1 opinion among the jurors in oae half our important cases. No doubt such laws as these help to aggravate the faults of our administration of justioe. But there are as bad faults as those in the ad- ' ministration of justice in this country, with which the laws have nothing to do. We have laws against almost every conceivable 01 ime under the eon, but when crimes are committed, it Is sud- i ileniy discovered that our laws will not apply, or cannot be stretched to fit the case. People are indicted, sometime^; and sometimes they are only threatened with indictment; but m to trial, that 1 s a rery different affair. Tbey are only brought ' 0 trial, and really held to answer for their mialeeds, in certain rare cases, and under a peculiar ombiaatlon of favorable ciroumatauces. JusIce, it seems, Is in no hurry at all to deal with hose who outrage her. District Attorneys have 1 classic aversion to falsify the poet's adage ibout the ' lame foot" j When people are tried, a new list of dlffloultlee present themselves. The room for teohntoal oh ieotions is immense, and the failure of justice through this cause is considerable. But this 1 would be much less than it is, were the bench and the bar animated by a better spirit It is due to Judge Divvies to ray that bis conduct of , the case just closed may Is-quoted as a model hr Judges to Imitate; bow few such cases thenire on record I It is not long aluce one of oar j lighest criminal Judges actually undertook to lictate to the jury, in a criminal case, what their iew of the facts must be. Co<m?el are not backvard in the same tendency, 11 "bile prosecuting iffloers frequently fhll as well from excess aa rom want oi zeal, prisoners' counsel have adopt-d a rtckle-snem of behavior that is not onlf njurioue to the int'Teeta of justice, but abeoutely ruinous to the character of the profusion M1 psrtics s 'm to bare forgotten that the sound 1 uiniinistratioo of justice and the maintenance of me of tl?e most import D.t In ancles of civil , 'ocicty depend on their rcmemsraoo- of the great ( principles which it ia the r 'profusion to illus- . < irate; arsl tlie consequence is th<? lamentable 1 :on<litir*o of thing* which liie C-owiier and our- ( lelves deplore. , NltW!4PAl*FJ4 CoiUUWI'ONDKM'N as UVOHBHTOOD <t CocvntT Kiutors. ?The counttj newspaper* rem to live upon Mm literal y refuse of New York, if we are to judge front Jio quantity of < the stuff which they inflict upon their reader*. Instead of encouraging t<riginnl talent in their respective lot'alKlea. they tuk.> into their pay, a* New York oonespondewts. tbe veriest act of literary loafer* that any metropolitan city ha* prodood. There latter gentry earn a precarious livelihood by retailing to the country journals all the low ncanaal and gt>?ip which they pick op in their daily association*, rhleh, we need scarecly add. are not always of the meet decent or reputable character. The bare of tbe hotel*, tbe of the theatre*, the billiard ralooos, or tbe houses ol reodrfous in Mvreer rtreet, ore, generally epeokiag, the sources from whence th?lr (.ketches of New York life are drawn. When the realities to be found la such pW-e* flail in prurient lnU resi, tlx y do not scruple to draw on tbe-r Imaginat.ons for their facte New York, heaven known, 1* bad enough, in the particular phase* in which tin *> people are alone acquainted with it, wilhot t having its bett-rr i-ociai aspects disfigured aod dis'orvd after thin fashion. If we are to be pelted with tilth by anonymous scribblers in oar own midst, It is bat right that tbe real character* and motives of these persons shruld he exposed. As a general rule, the corre.<poodents of the country journals are p mm* who are unable to earn a livelihood in any legitimate or regular way, and who take to this occq|mUou in the hope of eking oat a scant *? brisk noe by pandering to tbe depravid tastes of othera lienor tbe multitude o* lying and ac jrriious stories which And their way back to uk through the columns of our j country < xchangca. Sometimes these coutrihu- 1 dons are made tbe direct instrument of private malice or tbe means of levying money from perrons whose character* arc awaded. More frequently, however, It U the ready sale wnlcb , artloks of this chnraoter meet with whloh consti lute* the Inducement with the writer. Ooa wonally it happen* that they are the production* of amateur acribblera, who <l*idre no greater re wai<l tbiui to ere then* lvee In print, or pathnp* to recure the tntrh to the f'ew York theatre* by their potion aa corrw. pordent*. In all the* ex** the facilities held out by country editor* are equally mi? chlevoo*. Tbey create a large cImn of literary trifler*. who, one* tbey bar" indulged their vanity in thia way. are unable to fatt baak apon a?) honorable or ub. ful rccupat'on, whfk '< th~ in fur net ejp rcit-td ?h?-ir production- cannot but Ifvc ? n,o,.( demoralising elJect ou tho pub.vo mil d 1 here If another o'su-s of contributors to the rounlij jo?nia'?. f> r (he encouragement of whom | tin ltlUr are much to blame. We al'ude to lady co? respondents, w hose time would be fur better t rr.ployrd in ntteml>ng to their bona* holds, making ?beir husbands' shirts, or darning their tockiug*. Wo know numeroua iustauocs ia b?cb tlx so li'crary proclivities ou the part of f* m-U a have prov> d the ruin ot families. Where wi man tab <? to journalism as a pursuit, she is as c stain to neglect all ber other duties as the ia to fail in the object of her ambition. Fema'et an by nature unfitted for the piiss as a profession. Ibey aIX' too excitable and impulsive, and lack Ibe judgment necewtry ro cootrol their t? mperamenta. lb* y are, besides, careless as to fact*-, dea'ing generally in vague assertions and (rromxus Oecuetious, derived fiom rumor or th* ir own hastily formed impressions. Ludicrous xnmplis of these tendencies are to bo found ia ?be New Yo?k correspondence of some of tbo New Orleans papers, which, faiUe cU mieux, are written by females. The perversions of well known and commonly accredited facts, the ten* dsticy to idle gossip, tfce rush and positive jodg. nan's, the personality and bitterness wbioh they exhibit, are sufficient ovidence of the sex and inexp*T'eooe of the writers. . . If coontry edioieaie desirous of rivalling the infliun/v. ami pciipctahililT r?f ttifl mwS-wrmll. aii journals they must dirc-urd all such small frj oh tbcee. Ap wo saiu before, a little generous i ncouragerpent to talent in their own neighborhood? would render tbfin independent of foreign rid. If, however, they cannot find bolter pabulum for their readers than the garbage of our meUopoli'an Grub street, we wou'd eooogiy rouuBol Uh m to abandon the ungxatelul mission which they have uid-i taken. THE LATEST NEWS. Attempted Walker Mertlnji at Baltimore. tUi.vMOKU, May 10, IS67. A meeting tf devise no' ttr.- to Kid the cau-io of Walker la Nlcwapiik was (Ailed for last evening, but nobody attended except the reporters and u few others, consequent iy the roots war sot opened nor pvs waived. The Moulhrrn Mall. ffiMiwnwi, May 10. 1H67. TW> New Orleans mails of the 4*h In-L have been re wroL The newspapers contain nothing Important. The Southerner at Charleston. C-HARija^oa, Ma> 0, 1W7. The Called Platen mall uteAawhlp Southerner, Captain Murray, freer New York, arrived here at 4 o'clock this morning. The Warren Statu*). Uofmro, May 10, 186T. General Scott has accepted an invitation to be present on ha 17th of June at the tnJwigiiraU/O of the Warrea statue m Banker Hill. Market*. rnoeronnu, May #, 1897. Oar cotton market baa be* n dud during the week, and Pfoot?Tbe markrt coutinueri dull, iU about the name rang* if prtcr-e, wtlee of the *n? aA'.JOt. pocixLi. Printing itotha?Sokvj of the week 76,100 piece*, about 60,000 of Khtob are to be nuvUc Peeti iM-tlon of a HrWg* on lh? Now Jemejr Central MaMioait. Ornci Cf-rnuL Kaujuxad o? Nsw Jnwrr, I KLiiAJM>mn>*ti, Ma/ 10, ISoT f The bridge over the Miuconetoung at Hlooaaxburg wia deatroyed ty Ore lait t.igM, about 11 o'clock. Arrangement* hare bo-n u.vte to take pa-M-ngnr* arcum! tbe break by orarlbo.-i-', ooiring a dola/ of twenty minutee only. Al?o pm* .Atone have been made to receive and forward merchandliie ard frrairfct iw n-eial. No ooal will be lal.? n fioni the Ir-ingh until the bridge la replaced, a hicb will toivC two week*. No Interruption to the huMineca from the Delaware, [ackawan* mil' Wivterti tlailroad, tlie hndur Doing above he junction. JuUN 0. ^ri-iK-Nh, bupertaModooA like Polite Ifaiitlnn. tNonnts riirrATK MKRTLNO OP tub nkw COMMTA NlONbhK- TIIKT CONCLUDE TO WAIT POB THK JVDIlltLVAOON iWAMMOO OP POLITICAL rafPKlUt ? AM KI.fcKMO.iYNART t-oi.lCKAHTI.UM ANT1CIPATHS ? THI rKOPOHkJt HCrXKlNTKN'MNT? MAT3BLL UT1KINO TO IOW A?BIN PKOefKCTH AH A MILLION A1XB?A COMPKOMIHK NKITAAL MIH'UKIIHOB PBt> pohkb?tuk Ai rnottrn- or tub oi.o boajld u.? COOMHKD BY (lOVKKNOK KINS, KTC. Tie dow Board of Police Comai i/tsion.** held a private luctlng on Saturday, at about 10 o'okrk In the forenoon, fbej had under ccw-tdorauoe the otpedirnoj- of any fur* her action upon matter* calculated to aiiivt Uic pmjxw Ltxl efficient dierhargr uf tbe dt.lira of the city boore their right ati to interfere U cldarly warranti*! by the Inal d cob-ion of (lie court* on the c.??a Ltuiioaality of the new law. It a,ipearH tha they ham row copo|iJ<i*<t not to fttf-'tnpi lo erkablirb an iD.le(KDdeut a/, n m l?*for* tbe deck Ion of tbe Court of Appeal* ehell be r?m!T"d. The ado'tiorai popular odium they ranat bring upon lb?mielroa, Aid the unneceerary mtechlef they would mime to the pubis: buni nrea, ha> pretty well determrted thrra to do merely a wort of amateur buhoc** In their utOotal rapvrlty, for (he mke of tbe eaperiewi < a. I for protecting llieu ?lve? again-1 the chance of a n b' .t^ ni.? 'e .;i lh- ,r fkcor by the oouri. Number* of application.* por.tir.ue to pour In npon th<rn. which ara all duly ;Ilrd away araln-.t the dar wlieo they may bare a i baace U enter practically upon their labor... All tbe ih-HioKui-dMd caiti|?ignor? of thr chibe of 1**1 Ml, who neck* ted tbetr aroCaLoo* to the ruin or Wwe of their tnenti* of leiH-tAtoiv*- in the et citing pnr<uil of politic*, arc awarminit In h-Lorry crowd < and claatorou.' around tlx Ccrr.aL.?i<oini. The Idea L> current that tbe pollco departme nt U o.i Lie point of bHng turned into an oieetno'ynary aaykm for broken down black republican political peuo*e?. and no all the lantern bearer* and bill rticken, an 1 the etilp -rt<aire i-eoerallr ,whn did eervk-e in tbe aleetioii of John A Kin*. !.ae* gathered, a* for a general slaughter in tbe City Hall en lam Tbe .lock* and the harbor maeteri l.ipa are now fvsaken, and the niiier held In tbe Pol*-.- I^i cr-ri..,ot and ,u anticipated die nvMiiocrrnect i?y t:.e A:i>viy COu>irU*-0Mr?, la the ch?ef carrion Id Bl*ht of three hungry * arrr.a. Id toward lo the appotntntct? of a miprliitendeiit, no thiny d? ban been roach*!. H in undorutood, how ever, that the comm. n<>o?ni li?'. approached *>m 'thing mora practical than lit* m<?o U.e/ laid lo Judge Whiting. Haturday they hold wmr o< oeuiteih iv. with fh>ef Matecil, la rolMK>o to taklni' an exporltooed practical man from the police dcpaiini'-ni to ewcecml the rhlaf, and keep the bmlnr*Hof the drparUo. nl upoi a prartvai P?>Ung, and without any obetrnction from Uu ,-haEgo. Mr Mxuell ha* concentrated hia n? anc id r? rte ji M o-lcn land* located chiefly la Iowa H? le dlr* tor of two or the railroad* Id that Mate, lo wbx h Coutreea ipte" U?e Uta exlea?lT0 rranta. Mr. Matreil a IU, throng i Ihji rnnn'dioo probe bly become a millionaire ahortly. like other* ut the pd.llo men a ho have entered the nam? Qc<4. HU l*urham boll* and Southdown aiuUoa are atr> a.'y in a proaperoo* plenty a poo a Utile principality In Iowa, which U ready to rec< ire him, and he will accordingly meac hU prvwwt pod, withoot fail Within the next month The removal of Mr. MalreU will come jam at the time when the Court of Appeal* le expected to decide Anally the oonaUtutionallly of the tew lae, and It enfarvee upon both the old and the new hoartl-t the c "Owelty of a new appointment of a police ihief, wl.icie*"e may prove euc reeeful In the pending ardt*. The old Ixiwrd le. It ?*em*, anxious that no cli.arg" xhoulri tai mv.le > nUI Maleell re tlree, and (be decision on the law baa been rendered, hut Uj.? new hoard prefer* to make an appointment now. even if they tnuat make It contingent u * a tho event of die de clalmi. It le iindersioc' that Mr Mntocll cntnoidn* with Uie new commleelen mi far and m eoeklor toward* a-me amicable romprotrlee which will recoorue the prrwent ivinloct, by aecuring the coo. wit of aU parbtw to tlie refection of an ntflcb r.t oflker wlio may s> creed him and command t? e pahito confluence Rich a eok'Cilon would doobUeaa he made fro *i among Lfc? knrmu.pti nf ihn A ?? -d iw- - h> <11* dM harj'vl In a manner whin \ wimM ho a mitral an In dm polltlr juv, Uio flpht t-otwr'Mi N?* V irk ud Al?>aay m rht on mntlnimd ad IS/tiim aa h. twnan Jin its boarda totb of the "biyb oouu tdln* paitna" ? mud neon dl* pn?nd In adopt somn aurh nmirnn U- arm I my mUrhla rr- mlhn pmoonttt Ifn. 'Tin authority of a kmhla r>.<? ml??lon, r an rarh bmrd, woul 1 drrabilmw fhm auffl runt aarr ?nt fbr tho mioir?nn? of U n prnaaot chlnf. Tha Hhtia auth< ritim, in lb* luifauoo of urn torrnrnor and hi < lb arantfar OowmtHHlooin, haT?> ntlt daily mr.^rntand tha authority jh! n* intone* nf tha n?d Hoard of Oommlnrtonrra i*?nn with n tho work. TVy ha*a on tli* part of Hi# ala of how York, mad* thoir r*>ju <ltlon fbr po'loo to In ' rforn In too Hnfiilnn'a Print rlota, and addrnnami that rw f|in?IUnn not to thn motnb<*r* n'tho iff fonawlarvw, hot In tbn nl l board Th.n fart, by tha ? ay, la nquatly M*ntAanl ami hottroabt*. tlMtnary. Mr NarnAK M I/wrwanwaT rtind on Holiday, th* ' ill . at hta rnaldnnna, In rjarnndon, Vt, at tha ad vanoan i*n Of 101 yi-nra * month# Mr L. ncrad In Uia **r. Jin Amnrtcan BrmbiUnn?w rman 4 Mat ? "J* 'north of July rotohratVm la KnUnw , and taat 1W ?***> br r rrawmt and rwjtow. I Mttelenl m (I Uruamk Naltonb The Opera ncanoo at NiMu'i Uarden cloned on Krt^r toy III It tonuiuatod?as Opera reason.: usually do?ika U was junt beginning to bo brilliant. The ooinoaay <m u uo>+ a short beacon of twp weeks at the Phi ladelfSa ACa'demy thie eteolbf. Before Madame de f' i M Ma-re U>e country?c<rta!tily an ut grateful one gov as ate la ameer nod?it is to bo hoped that the W Btug again In Sew Torlt. We hoar that a serter or rt prate nto.tiotis of the Oct* Optra will shortly be glwen at the Academy, under ? management of Mr. Marshall. of the Broadway Uaau. Madame Johaunwn will be the prima derma. On Wednesday afternoon there will bo an Interest^ oonwrt at the Academy, by the pupils of the BUid A* lum Several entire!* hew oomnoaitionf. ur<ll he rlvtn Madame Florentine 9bpaerekr, the celebrated piaata will give n grand oonocrt at Nlbio'e Halooo, on Thtared* evening, the 14<h lest. Hbe will be assisted by Met Emma Gillingliam Bout wick; Mr. dp to mas, tne hnrpai Mr. Uollenhauer, the k violinist, and Mr. Tim re?afl 4 w bom have In the kindest Manner volunteered their set Tioee. The friends of this highly accomplished iMt (Madame Szpnczeks) have arranged this concert to ensW bor to prceecuto her professional duties as a muni* teacher, relieved of the pecuniary diflioultiee new pros tug upon her energies. f?bn is s Polish oxilo, with s Inn family, and several gee tie men of wealth and position^ whose families her services hare been appreciated, interesting themselves In her behalf. We trust the W* cert will prove a substantial evidence #f tue HppredWa of the public. Madame de WUhont will give bor first subsoripttan ? cert an Saturday nest, at Nlbtot. The greater part ate places have already been taken, and all the wealth, Dud* and beauty of the dty will be represented at the ooam Since we stated recently that there was a I a menus scarcity or English tenors on this, a ide of the Allan, they have become as plenty as blackberries. The Ml prominent now among us Is Mr. Jacopt, a native oft city, who has had gratifying successes at the Italian 4 Loudon opera houses. He has not yet been announced la g here. In Button, Mr. Ole Bull announces that a new tens* Mr. Harrison by name, a native of the modern Aikew> will make bis d/bfU at the conoerte of the groat violin. Another American tenor, a native of Cincinnati, has Ml prosecuting bia studios here, under the benign guid&mf maettro ManrocchL Ho we are not in sucfc a great ? for teuofs, after ail. TUo past ntok has not been a very brilliant one at & theatres, nor were the events of the week etrlklngty a. Wresting. Mr. Mwb Booth baa been encoeseful at Mr ton's. His RicblUen Is considered the beat peefortnMi of (he week. IVrtious of the fourth act were given wh so much fire and etihat as to call down repeated rounds applause from a very critical boc-Kv Mr. Booth, beHn be can attain the poel ion at which he alms, will have learn to strengthen and elaborate the parts of bia perton ancoe which are new weak. The public expects am thing more than one or two (Ladtoa of lightning iliuminah a levot plain. At the tnatu Mr. Gay lor's play, "Hie i of the Night," has beou so snooeesful that the manager l Bounce* tt for every night till further notion. Mr- Lorait plays Beo Uet in Uua piece to-night. At Brruros V Thjutkr, Mr. fitfwtn Booth commoooea M second week of hie engagement, playing Borneo to C Juliet of Miss P. L. rwvenport. The afterpiece will be 1 successful throe, " The Ruksa of the'' At Laora KxkkkN Thbatsi two new pieoas aro ? nouiioed for tonight. The flrat is a drama by Mr. B, Conway, called " Nature and Art," and the aftorpieoo " Variety," one of the musical bnrtotUa for which I boose is celebrated. MIm Keaoo pity* la the ttrst pleoa At Wallacx's Thsatrii, Mr. Wallaek commences spring engagement tonight, and Inaugurates the ocean by the production of Mias Mrtiord e tragedy ? itie^ Mr. Wallaek is In Up-top condition, and will, deubM, I ha/ a brilliant engagement Al Kmo'u Qabvwh tbe Ravels give a ballet wtth K* Robert, Had ooe of thulr beat pantomime*. At the (to*nu\ THxaraa a new htppodranutfic apeoN? in rour arta, by Mr Jota Brougham, caUad MTba Deal Howe, or Tbe Oirw of Ambttioa," ia anaoaneed, arttht ooe art drama, "101" At tbe Mown, " Neighbor Jeckvrood" baa pr?d highly aucres*rid, and It wtll be given every eight fe week. Tun ("4mjokb' (hvk*?At Wood* Mlwdreie, Ihia i 11ah; "Hark Deeds" and eewiTnl laconic Interlude# art a bounced. Al B.iekJoy'H, a new p4??e, "MirM=sippl rttnea boata and Ml'Madppl Niggum." hi anaouaoed. At Br; anfv, M< rbar ica' Hail, plenty if new Hung* and the "fi 13i'phant C'amiUe." Inn-Mr. K L. Ikrwywt etuued hte rn~? "meet a the Broad a ay on HMurday. We hear that ha tcteada n vb-iUng Faro}*' wry nborUy, and that be wtll hare a fen well benefit al the Academy on Katarday new It >.hould be a (rent ooe. Mr. John llrniifihai leave* the city this week. AJVe playing some eogaw meote la rhlladelpbia aad ether email town*, be Intawda I vUil London, where he wMI play an f gagi-merit. Mr. 1 U He W aldeu wiled for Kuropn la the Krtewoo oa data day. Mr. He Waidea la a well known aetor and draaw LA, who hat enoceded to a fine prrperty In Knytaad. more Ink, India or ot'verwtee, for him. Mr. and Mra. W J. Florence play al D?ew*i National theatre, I'tiladelpaa tide week Iboy will play la thia city, probably at Wa tork'f, during the rnicmer la Unetanati oa Friday ha Mr. Thalberg gave a o moari. Mice J. M. Davenport we playing at WondN theatre, and Mr. Monrolaaalt aad Mb Kobeiteoa at tbe Na loaaL The Hoard of Alderwn of thnum lately adoped aa ordinance compelling W Iheatrea to ckwe at I atf paet eleven I* M Wkm woruiy cciuurs .d..uij a* "i? Miiv ant fvumfioi" am another play, which has Just tvvm produced u llw Ik llonal la their roty, u hlcl* la said to be worse, and ttw probably would abut up tb? thiairi' altogether. A Mi actor made hia debut at Wood's it oat re, 81. Luuli, Saturday, of whioh oxent the l^n-trtoi ?lrm ao aocouaaa ftafluwsi Wood'* 'lieaie ?w crowded uo the irraaioa of Ife worthy n anage '?. cu tiatirday Dl^Ut Mr. Wad liaa ev cry rim oc U? be proc.l of If qua!. .y and quant* of bla pal <ms. At the rod of ih < performance a loud sM waa Diad< for the ImuefVia.y. at?n Mini Holier ad raaoe and said, Mr. Wood waa now aero to be fruiad, but ww wi hunt him up. The cheers and c?nh .uuuhm. sod itei few minor* Mr. Wood wis awl* ed befbre bi* friends b Mr. K'dle., who immediately left him to speak for bimNil l.oorge MmMi but faced tae iconic tirarely, and ws elMceroru g u> excuse hi me-If, t.-hec MrVI:kor .tepped* the rfegr i.n ' r-nuuk.d that Mr. Wood had attempted a run, Init that tlie police f urno at the theatre had racgh him, secti-ed him, and Uterr be it to receive the rewards h. merit. After considerable bantering, aad mm gam repartee or. th" part of live two fi-udrtBim, whMb * audience enjoyed, Mr McVVker pot oa a serious fhsg, (throwing Wood rom(4etely -I bu guard), and ouograhs laucg the youth upon making Ida Qn t appeacaooe, pre reeded to deliver to him a mageiflnrot gold wafcja sat rhaln a- a testimonial of eete. m (Van hia lompaar aad t few of his prreututf frteoda. Mr V letter "a remarks weft good aad appropriate, makiag aoioa happy turn ' oa Haa' (the watch I* aa eight day one) which were understood if ail preeaat, ami pane geaerai uattsfststoa. Mis Aeoiiia Jones haa beea playiag at Albany Tbt pfeaeer of thai cKy praiae b?e rrry hlf' 'f- Mute dt La (1 range glree a oonoert is (Inoanatl oo the 1Mb Map Mine. u'Asgrl gives her third and last connect at Charts* toe, H r., ne the 7th laxtAat. Miss Kale Kitoa, Wtth Madame fin/mood, Is ftrtng < rtrrtaloriuvU at HaafbedW Opera ho*.?, rToiadetphln. Rtis rj? t% Juno1 Tinuiu?Mr HciUne prociedad yeete-day to aell by aoctten tue ML James1 theatre, wblsh U si Waled la King greet, Hnho, by order of the mortgagee, under hia power of sal*, h appears that livo theatre wm erected under the nuperlatradnone of the late well kaoura trrhitert. Mr Hamuel Reask-. at an outlay of CUfiOO. tmdepeodeatiy of the purchase V tk? lend, which onet MM and It waa added by the aocioaeer that "no exponas bad beea spared to carry out ail Uivt isgetslty ooubi soggssl from a thorough koowledgr and expert, or* of the reqeliwmeate of this particular cltas of bulk ing, and to acooabfiieh, for Me aire, the meet perfect U .wire la Inadsm" he |it will anr mm'slate al-oui 300 |?r woe, ami there are eight prlxale bcxer on the flrwt derjlhe 8ret rirste ooetaiBB eighteen botM; the second lircte haa rght prirate liMW and anting room for shout 190 pen on s; the gallery wW accommodate about "JRO pemon*. and the slips MO. lw private boxes ar? capable of 'ontaioing heir, "tx andMghg persona each, and the entrance to he* Miyeety ? bos la mart coorenlcuily arranged. U was espmloed by Mr. Robins that the scenery curtate and then -rs flttiags, tooUag ylasaee, chandelier*, the wardrobe and a J articles uaaagp .Jcn'.minaled "proprrUes,'' wore M> be th? rba>er at a fair ral'iaWoe. Mr Rubles tlM bid should be MO.OOO, bet thta we sot re gmded Im Tlie flrrt offer was ?10 000, by Mr. K. **"*5 ailvanoeil to ?10.900. at whlo# j? w? knonk?" down The vendor*1 rewrred prtco, howsrer, waa ast roaTi^d,1Xl & l-.thoniMre s .U la the ma, kid Mohe. _ H-.T m arwnuiiA.?nw mmm at Ike l-rml-fUfltl oo U? 3Ut ak. ^.ffiTSUia Oopjrfo, ??k HU r azteu. </ ^ bunuwn ?r ID a rakdlflkg (\mpta aUk?d that ha had 1<wl M.n?M ?" to make lb" Opnr* ? colonial InnakeT.i il i4 b" bed r?trt??"<l hie lo??o? bj U?? gninr MP^JrtjZTmS rw*, drama. Mr Ifrnoke, Sfth Mr. rr"}TS? itoherl IWr. *"* *l?l pMflDR KuncafullT la %d ?j . ?l Mini*. Anna ?clnp apl*"*'"* *? ha?n M'ljr Inroad thJ lunula frf Ik" poof* '? rnamaaiK - Mrfhoarar drpaa, #W>. I Vkrolrwtni vrwl In rnadne April 11, la the " Plgla del RortlnwmM* ' IUnura*T TwAtaa ?1Thn Mlewiag are the mm* price* ot adaauntoa ce the winced anal* ?Ouhiek a nWlla, (which may he retained din whole of di* ornatca,) * to. each, (an eharfn fhr heckle*) flm prtBO' -AMI boxca, Ni ; upper twice, la.; pit, %., lower gallery, U;