27 Haziran 1851 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 6

27 Haziran 1851 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 6
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAMK9 GORDON BENNETT, JBOI'RIKTOR AND EDITOR. WTTICK N. W. CORNER OF FULTON AND NASSAU STS. THE DJULY llERjiLD, 2 centt per cop*- V per ewtuet THE WEEKLY HEIU1LP, every Saturday. at tnili per copy, or $3 per anniem ; the European Edition, H prr annum to any part of Great Hritaiii, and $5 to any part gf the Continent, both to include the pottage. y<fl.UNT~iRY CORRKSP ON PENCE. containing impot tant newt- tolicitei from any i/uarter of the world; tutu, will ?e liberally raid/or. Our Porkiur CoRHkK rOmWDTH ilt FAKTICl'l.A Kl.V RIvJVASTKH to seal, ill Littkrs ari> Pac?a?b? ?'?t to CO , JILL LETTERS by mail, for Suhtcripttont, or with m/ldvertiiemrntt. to be post paid, or the pottage will he deducted from the money remitted. NO NOTICE taken itf anonymout communication*. We do not return those rejected. j/)VERTXSEMF.NTs renewed every morning. JOH PRINTING executed with neatnest, cheapneti mud despatch. Yoluuie XVI No. 117 AMUSEMENTS TUtS EVENING. CASTI-E GARDEN-ITALIAN OPERA-Doa OiOTA-oci. BOWERY THEATRE. Bowery?Ladv or Lyoro?Bso BEit 8wcbh. BROADWAY THEATRE, BroAdway? Uisar III-Los bon Aem HARcr. WIRLO'S GARDEN. BroAdway?Tight Ropk-L'Ialb Bra N i rfh ?>? '1'hiui Ui.aci ators?Joc ko. NATIONAL THEATRE. Chatham (tr?eV-STRANGKR Oi.a Bull?Sfictri Bnimoioox. ?ROUGHAll'8 LYCEUM. Broadway?Lottery Ticket ?Bi oourm?Qikkn or tmk > rogs. CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS, Meehaniee' HaII, 472 BroAdwAy ?MthIOTIAK MlMtTRElAY. YELLOWS' MINSTRELS. Fellow*' MujIoaI HaU, No. 444 B-oadvray?iTHioriA* MiaaTRriAT. AMERICAN MUSEUM, Awusiae PcKrORWARtK Lt neaeor ami. Eveiyimg. DOUBLE SHEET. New York, Krlilay, June !d7, 18.11. Telegraphic Summary. As will bo soon by our telegraphic report, the Legislature yoitcrday wore not idle They trans acted a great deal of business, and are as indus trious as four dollars a day can make thom. Wo Tory much like the bill introduced by Mr. Bibcock in the .-'mate, making it the duty of tho Attorney General to give his opinion, whenever required by the le gislature or by the State officers, and also limit 11 g tho powers of district attorneys to enter a mailt jro-tttfui in criminal prosecutions. We pub lish the bill under our telegraphic head. We have net a yet seen any thing of the bill relating to pas cengers airiving in New York, except by the an. nom cement in the regular proceedings. Bu; if it is deigned to break up the neH of runners, boarding koure keepers, scd vampires, that fatten on the poor emigrant, it will receive tho hearty support of mm of every party. The unholy organization which exists in New York, ami Albany and Buffalo?ir. 1'aG, onnll our lines of travel to the West?for the purpose of swindling the strangers arriving in this city, ought to be broken up. To the dirg'are of this city, its magistrates, its Com miL'sii ners of Emigration, and its government ge nerally, the Mayor of Huffulo has been compelled to have his official Mat and come eastward, to ] beg , in the name of humanity, of the authorities ef Albany to adopt some measures t> cheek the evil in that city. He ought to come tothiscitr, which is the fountain head of the evil complained ef, where an organization exists that is a disgrace, not only to New York, but to the whole country. We perceive by n telegraphic despatch, that the friendr of the T'nion and the constitution in Georgia, have called a meeting at Savannah, for the pur pose of organising for the fall election. Georgia, no doubt, is all right, in so far as tho 1'nion is con cerned. General Srelt's \nmlnntlon In New York. *lhc nomination of General Scett, as the whig enudidatc for the Presidency, by the Pennsylvania Mate < 'enveniion, has create ! a profound sensation In this community. The publie, the politicians, and the press, have in some measure been Taken by rarpiiscatthe proceedings of tho Lancaster Con vention. This furpriso? this sensation?has been named as much by the announcement of the plat form on which General Scott is to run as a candi date, as by rtretromiuation itself. The J.iurnal of L'onimertt'U discontented and disappointed; the Cauritr end A'nyuirrr is thunderstruck and silent; the Tiibunt the special organ of Wm. 11. Reward, Is latirfitd with the platform, and is resigned to Scott in lilcoce; the Erprttt su units to the nomina tion, but grumbles at the practical understanding put by Governor Johnston on the platform ot the ?4.1. vent ion which nominated htm as candidate for the governorship. The nomination of General Scott, and tho con struction of the platform on which it wa? made, under the eircumaUMOet in which the country is Dew placed, ought not, however, by inttdligent and far reeing people, to bo looked upon as "a hasty plate ot roup'' in political movements. It is no ?w?h thing. The events of the last lifteen or twenty years have been tending to ?neh a new direct! ro te recti a new era as this country has now reached. Let us taste the tew soap. For the first time in half a century, the anti-slavery States of this 1'nion?or, In other words, the free State*? poj ?e?a, ?nder the new conn *, n vital anf decided ma jority in both branches of the national Con gress. For half a century er more, the policy of the general government, b<uh domestic and foreign, has been shaped and formed by the ?taUsmen of the Southern State*. A change, however, has been gradually eff. cted by the extra ordinary increase of population and territory The aiiinisdou of California, without the recogni tion of the line of :>i :to, was the commenceaent ?f a revolution in the elementary powers of the government,which gives the equilibrium hereafl-r ?o the Northern and Western anti dave State*. The two gfat influences?that of the N >r?h and that of the South?have been contending tor the mastery, in various ways, for the last fifty year*. From the time of Jeflerunn to the pre**nt day, the power of the government?the -Imping of the action of the government?has vibrated between ihc?e two iaSluenees like the pendulum in a vacuum, until i: ba? finally swung from the South, and retllrd d< *n in tba North. The nomination of su.h a popular man as Gen. -entt, anil hi* probable -ucci J* In the Northern or snti slavery Mattwill be the banning of a ne w movrm< rl in th?- bi,?t. ry f th? r pubic; but how it will end, when we looh at the counteracting im pulses and tendench - of the S nth. no one can predict. Ihed-feat ?>f Gov. Johnston, in Penn sylvania, is alrrady predict. I in that State. Such a dt ft at, however, wi.l not alter the character ?r the tendenry of the gn at fact which loiars up* before the eoun'ry, in the construction of the new platform, and in the nomination of Gen. -cott by the whig* of iVnntylvanin, and the pro bability of hi* gtttii-g the p]r "toral votes of m-'-t of she Northern States The Stite Convention of Vermont, without any know edge of what was dw ing in Pennsylvania, cot -trusted a like platform, and putforWSTi principle- similar t> .hn?? in Pcnn *y vania who flur g General ?tt's nam' to the breete. Both convention* ha'e avowed their a I harence to the h gh p'-deetiee policy, and hnvoeon ?tn . ted an anti sla-. ery slidi-'g scvK oi moveable platform of agitation, which opens tho d.o,*??f fieier'iy wide to admit 'he aboiitioni-t ? o! evr.y hne and gran's in the Wnrtliern .Sta'r*. Torse movements In Pern?ylvania an! V ermo.it Ictit i fre*h triumph to WiIiibi II. 'fittJ <nj hie political associates, and an overwhelming defeat to Itaniel Webster, Millard Fillmore, and all those who have been travelling about the country endea voring to comtruct a national platform out of the compromise measures. A now race of statesmen, and a new policy, have been planted throughout the free states, and both houses of Congress will be governed and regulated by influences springing from anti-slavery impulses, for all time to come. The consequences of this new condition of public affairs we may calculate at our leisure. Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof. The World's Fair lit London?Opening of the Large Commission Warehouse, by Prince Albert, lit Hyde Park. The London press is very properly and naturally sarcastic, as the American press is unnecessarily and unphilosophictlly sensitive, with respect to the American department of the Worli'a Fair, The English journalists may be wishing to pay us off for the terrible fright into which they were recently thrown by the apprehen sions of revolutionary disturbances; but we sus pect that the origin of so much spirit against our Ame rican exhibitors lies circumscribed rather more within the limits of business taet and considerations, of various commercial kinds. However, we arc not nt all chagrined at the mcarurc of censnre produced by the American portion of the exhibition. It is all quite right, and jasily to be explained. When Napoleon said that England was a "nation of shopkeepers," he was very near the truth, and it was an evidence of his foresight, to indulge in such an observation. All that was wanted, however, was for royalty itself to go into business, to make the remark the very cpitomo of the nation's cha j ructcr. This has now become n certainty. Prince Albert and Queen Victoria have opened shop, and started in business, in Hyde Park, on an extensive scale. Prince Albert invested fifty thousand pounds of liis own funds in th? speculation, and Queen Vic toria, the royal shop-woiuan, contributed the whole stock of her influence towards drawing customers, and, if reports aro true, has been in the great shop daily, to help the trade along. The Medici family, n their day, were royal merchants, but the firm of Prince Albert, Victoria & Co. are more majestic sbopktcpers still. Their business establishment? the profits of which ought to be applied to the pay ing oil' the national debt?is a great comtni'siou warehouse for the whole world, and may be deemed a brilliant business thought, at tho <ame time that it is used as n great barrier to any revolution. Within the last ten years preparations have been made for this Great Fair, though the English people were little awnre of it. They have had, one by one, the old fairs of fiartlemy, Greenwich, and the like, taken away from them. Indeed, as early as Gcoige the Fourth's reign, statutes wero made to abridge the enjoym-nt of the inhabitants of Lon don, iu their favorite booths, at the furs, within ton mile of the city?and, step by stop, encroachments have been made on the old festive days, till, for j security's sake, and to appease the people, the big ' booth in l'ydc Park has beeu erected?as uiagnifi ' cent a sop to Cerberus as was ever invented. Any ! thing lc.-s ba. ircss like would have been a failure ? , and as England is an empire only held together by 1 the common sense of tho shopkeepers, it was no j ccssary for Prince Albert anJ Queen Victoria to ; turn -bopkeepcrs, too, in order to show the doctrine I of equality, in the virtual condition of the most ele vated personages in the nation. This is the philosophical view of the World's Fair 1 ?to carry out which, on mercantile principles, i every nation on the face of the earth has been p acod under contribution. Ilow the p.'Ople will bo ap pra-'cd, in future years, for tho loss of their cus tomary fairs, of which they have been most un handsomely deprived, of course will remain a deli cate question for those connected with the English government. Something, every philosopher will concede, will be necessary, in the shape of an excit ing display, to keep down those spout*aeou* exhi ! bit ions of tho people, which are more dangerous I than profitable to the government. Wo trust that all will be well, for revolution at Manchester, Sal ford, Leeds, or Birmingham, would be disastrous to the poor inhabitants, whose average wages, in good and peaceful times, is only eighteen pence or two shillings a day, without board, or from thirty-six to f frty-elght cents. American workmen aro better off. The comforts and luxurtee of life arc cheap here, and workmen receive from one hundred to one hundred and twenty-five cents per diem for their services. Of course, discoutent is a more rational emotion in Lngland than it can be in tho Uuitod Mate", where industry can make itself happy and respected. Now, with regard to the Atnoricin department of the World's Fair, we have a word for our .friends acre's the water. The contents of that section of the show is tho refuse and rubbish of a few of our less fortunate artizans, shop keepers, and manufacturers, who have not had too great a plenty of custom and employment at home. Whatever has been scut there, was sent for the purpose of advertising, precisely a." our shopkeepers here have made use of the Ame rican institute at Castla * larden, for the last fifteen years. This Institute is organised on the same sys tem as the World's Fair, and those who wish noto riety drpssit their wares in the aunual exhibition? which is only an advertising machine?and hunt out rejoitcrs and editors f<>r the purpo'j of getting ad vertise meat* giatis in the public journals, in soino other than the ordinary channel. It it precisely so wi h those Americans who have appeared iu the World's Fair. They h >ped to get their advertising done gratis, an-i to gain some factitious importance fr< m European puffs. This is the solo reason why any thing American is in the Exhibition. Our artisans, manufacturers, and traders, bave had a demand fir everything that they could produce,for the California uiaiket,and ail that has been left en hand is rub bish, s< me tf which has found its way into the large shop in Hyde I'ark?we mean the Crystal Palace. We are furry that Prince Albert, Victoria k Co., in their first business season, should not have de rived more advantage from their cousin shopkeepers ! in the I'nited Mate", in the way of percentages, I It would bave been but kind to have added to the ' ) lis-ore of tLc royal shopkeepers. We should ( bave been gtnd to have known more respectable speciuuns of our arts sent out, and bet'-er samples of our live stork than philosophers of the socialist and Fourier school, distinguishsd in white coats, old boot", ar.d deg eared literature. It is to be regretted that the I^ondon press eaa find ru thing in the American department to praise. ' The English journals, of course, are bound to puff the wins of the royal shopkeepers?Prince Albert, Victoria is Co.?and to speak handsomely of every thing < xorpt our rubbish, savedfrotu the rush of ex ports to Lelifofita.? H is quite right that a new film, starting a large cotnmis*ionabu*incse, and in correspondence with the whole world, should re ceive full en< ourageiornt, particularly as th y may be able to pay off, with the profit', some portion of that national debt which oppresses the toiling mil tiiu.s, and even daikens the son?by the window tax?with sovereigns, and Will not let puppies go fr? e of paying respect to the tr? a?ury and th - orown. We do not at ach any cen?ure to the I*on<lon jour nals tor the heiidsnne manner in which they have fulfill the new shop in llyde Park. On the eoi> ? trary. with' ut ??ch assistance, even r<y?l "hop keepers conld not sue iecd in their business; but we b? g the gentlemen of the English prcs? to take no I've that we bave so mu'h prosperity on this sole 1f the water, that our established busincs men need no |nf>; ani that Mr. Piddle, who has eorae from London to ' btain mora rw'T'hsndi'e, may as well return to his tfu'ies there, for we have nothing but iuI L Mi on I sr i here, and he has qnitc a? anweb to art lid i f in London s?|eople there will wish f<> buy. HI w1 '? W ? ! s ? r ? f Pr . tlb? it, t i Moria f. 1 o, will be I vie sjv. ly patrou I it d i y all tb< -e w no ar tenti.t to 'b- ?.? n.-ia1'1'1 irelectable, awd.at pre ' bolt ' g r?UM?s>lK?f g d. y gv The Nkw Female Costume Ijcamso to Riots. 1 Pho Attempt of a few lunatic and crotchctty old | lna "d widow?. Educed by the socialist philosm phor. to pe reeve re in their folly, has resulted in the I putting on of breeches?celled the Turkish cos tuine-by those females who are silly enough to be led into such an absurd practice. The probability if. that riots will grow out of this attempt to force public taste to the verge of folly. On two distinct occasions, in tl is city, persons who had adopted this costume wcro h. danger of creating serious disturb ances, and such a disgraceful effect was only pre vented by the parties in the new costume running away, and getting out of sight as quickly as possible In small country towns or villages, these Abby hcllys may put on or put off what dress they choose, ani no disturbance may ensue, unless it should be the disgust of the birds of the air and cvf the brutes of the forest; but the attempt in our Urge cities will lead to riots one of these days. The preten sions made about the beauty of the so called Turk ish dress, are preposterous. No condition of breeches can compete in elegance and grace with the present lemale style of dress in vogue, which is full, flowing, and graceful in its sweep, and admirably calculated to exhibit a graceful deportment, wncre there is any. he Romans and the (1recks well understood the beauty of full and flowing robes, which they,.wore with tho utmost skill aod care. An orator-a co temporary of Cicero?killed a man for disturbing the folds of his garment ; and this fact shows how much importance, among the Romans, was at tached to the subject of costume. All the statuary of G recce and Rome is marked by the long robes of the females?certainly the most elegant and appro priate costume for ladies. As for the dragging in I the dirt, that is wholly owing to the negligence of tho wearer. Look at the giisetteson the boulevards ol Paris. How gracefully they manage their cos- I fumes, even in wet weather, displaying their small feet and prettily turned ankles, while they escape | all the dirt of the promenades ! A French lady, on < the Chumps Elyste, indicates her taste and skill by i the management of her costume, as much as she could in a dance at the Tuilerios. .She passes over the dusty or soiled pavement with an instinctive avoidance of everything that ear. soil her garments, and, in doing this, sho displays remarkable grace and tact. On our Broadway it is quite another thu g. I he ladies, with some exceptions, walk along without the slightest attempt to escape the dirt, and seem too indolent to ho graceful, and too inactive to be neat. Every skirt is draggled in the dust, and the hands, instead of being employed in graceful exercise, are pinioned to tho waist in one unvarying attitude of sameness. Here is room for reform. i The Court MttHu of Gknkkal Talcoit.? 1 be court martial at Washington, uow holdin-r its session on charges against Brevet Brigadier General Taicott, consists of five brevet myog generals, nnmnlv I . nr. i t? ? wyiJf ?euer namely, J w.ggs, Wool, I'ersifer F. Smith, R. - , ' ? r. cuntn, is. hiley, and Gibson, and five brigadier generals, tamely, W.lbacb, Churchill, Tetten, Clarke and L hi Ids, besides some other officers, who will, no doubt, disposo of the affair in a way that will main tain the dignity of the public service. As far as we understand the eharges-which may all be r? t< lved into enc?there is a frivolity in the whole affair. The question appears to be between the Secre tary of War and General Taicott, with respect to some distribution of patronage. The Secretary of War is a politician, little verse.1 in the etiquette and privileges of those whom ho nominally com mands, and it is muel.^ioro reasonable to suppose that he has blundered in hii business, than that a veteran like General Taicott should overstep tho rules of military honor and discipline. The whole tbirg looks like a little spite ?f the .Secretary of W ar, because be could not have a finger in a con tract pie, after the modern style of cabinet manage ment. At any rate, the charge is a ridiculous one, a* It appears In the Bpc<-ifications, which are long enough to cover the delinquencies and peccadilloes I of a wholo cabinet. What means all this jealousy when contracts are in the way-where claims are on the tapis ? Why is there such a sera ul.ling in the cab net .' W0 shall not soon forget Mr. Secretary C oiwin'a floundering* among fees and perquisites, in connection with claims, and we shall havo to keep an eye on Mr. Secretary Conrad, if, on small ard insignificant grounds, he makes war without PA119P 11 ii n oaaku A f ? _. 1 l . ? ?* ???ww wsii wnuuut cause, on account of a simple contract, onm veteran in the public service. The question, however, Is in able bands, and will he properly investigated by the intelligent officers who ha\c been railed upon to decido upon it. We have little doubt that they will do thisfii Villous business full justice. Ap.r itdifiMoi' 111 oiiki at iloMK?The arriv.ll of Archbishop Hughes, eflcr hi* Kuropenn tour, bus created much interest in Tariou* quarters, and there will be a desire to bear bis in his first essay in the pulpit, since hit visit to the Kternal City. He will, of course, deliver a very important die couiie next Sabbath, in the Cathedral, with regard to his experience and observations, in his recent visit to Pius the Ninth. A full report of hi* *peccbcs at the recent banquet given him at Liver pool, will be found in our column* elsewhere. Lisbop Ilughca' views on any subject are very curious for the antique stylo and character of thought which tbey contain. In the tenth or eleventh century, he would have been more at h< me than he is in the present age. lie lives in a kind of fabled land of religion, drawn from the his torical outlines found in the middle age*. One thing, however, will bo expected here. At the banquet in Liverpool, he disavowed democracy and drmoeratie principles, and stated that the church had no sympathy or congeniality with <tcroo ersry. This is a haul doctrine for Americans, who believe that all persons are sinners on a common ! platfoiin, and that all have an equal right to seek salvation?the very essence of democracy. Independent of an exposition of his views on the di mocraey of the chutch, the congregation and ft lends of the Ri.-hop will particularly wish to ascer tain why he did not succeed in obtaining the Car dinal's bat. He Is certainly as much entitled to one as Cardinal Wiseman, or any other man. The cost of such a hat, it is said, in the way of fees, is only about foity eight thousand francs. Geniu s hats, of any color, arc only five dollars a- piece. Cat trotniA Swrinnt.w ajid CAumava Hrstt tie*.?The public ought to be careful to dist<n gui-h what is real in California, from what is merely hypothetical. We see puffs, every day, of joint stock eompan es opened In New York and elsewhere, the main object of which is to take perpla's money and give tbcm worthless certificates of stock?to cheat and gall those who arc weak and silly enough to be imposed upron Pig lumps of Id, and maps of mining districts, with cetttfi a'is niceiy engraved?all heralded by arrtnf ? ?trier* in the shape of puffs in the newspaper- -const tuts the simple machinery for gulling those who arc ready to be fleeted. Similar swindle* have been carried on in London ar.d Paris, snd it is rtally astonishing how jonrr-ls wliith claim to be respectable, and faithful to the p ublic and their interests, can permit their columns to be used in furtheran -e of such ntroci-iu' at temp t? to entrap the credulous. Cur knowledge of the history of surh joint stock associations co upe'* us j to warn the p ublic agslnst them generally, as snares and delneiMi*. What more ran we do ! ftroolil) t> ( liy tnli-lllgrnrs. Csr.rrs?Tins rr tnr Pot ?rn *r Jiit.? A se-ind ire? ill * of the fiti?<ns ?#> l? Id *n fuvlay eV'-ntfig f>r tbe | n pn re of tat tug Sh< a- urts to celebrate th ? ti.d tinmp *5i<n David A Hohee. I -*j , * ?< eh - i a' i rot* r si *1 l t as J Jack. Ka<( . SffAlted |o n a l its Ir eli r?l?< n ?f lml?p.?od?nee li was ?l*? n 'dr* I .tut a imt ?r tr bad at Haines' Hotel, the Montagus Malt fatal Acnnasf ir rue Not Yean?Ota Td *<' y rr< rnirg ? n an nam. d J< hn l'ene?*n who ?!? . viply -I * 0 a r la I r * liirr f at I be side if a >u?m l.ip In tb*? N?*| Vsid 11 ? d * a a !"?? | l.?r.k and no ivbi f fttup. ts II r*t eivtrg li Jnft.-s front w ho h he *lh 1 in 1 h -e-n". ? if an In rr An iKju.rt was U* Id on lb* body nil * nid.ci trtumd atc?>i<l ?fiy A Tfavelljno Cabinet?A Stohm Brewing.? We bave bad several travelling oablneta in the his tory of tbij country, but tb? present cabinet out travels all others. Mr. Fillmore has been to Eastern Virginia to eat oysters, Mr. Webster to Central Virginia for the waters of the mineral sjrngs, anc the Postmaster General, Ilall, has sncuked after theiu, neglecting his dutieB at Wash ington. Never did this country have such a wretched manager, as the latter is, of post offico matters. By tte instructions sent out from Post master Hall's department, American newspapers can no longer be sent to Europe or California The circulation is entirely prohibited. Only think of a postage of Ji/teen cents for a single neu'^jtafter to England or San Francisco! That is the rate de manded on transient newspapers, and the effect of it will be to give the London Times and other Eng lish jcurnals, the entire monopoly of American news in London, and elsewhere in Europe. Ameri can newspapers will seldom reach there. Is the Postmaster General out of his senses 1 Mimical Matter* and Movement*. Tilt' amount of musical talent in this metropolis, and throughout the country, in greater. and of a more elevat ed eharacter, than at any former period. Among the distinguished name*, even in the department of vocal mimic, are pome whore musical triumph* hare boeu of the highest order. We have not apace to allude to all who rank highly in their profeasion; hut it is proper to an nounce what may he expected from the great vocalists among up. during the present and coming season. The Italian Opera company of Maretzi k, at Ca*tle Gar th 11. already comprises the chief portion ot Marti * cele brated Havana troupe. aDd many of the favorite per former* of the A*tor I'lace establishment. The orchestra consists of eighty well chospn performers; there are thirty-five well trained singer* in the chorus, and a com pany ct inprising. among others, Boeio, Truilt-llenedetti, Caroline Vietti, Miss Whiting. Bettini. Salvi. Lorinl, Forti. Marini Bcnevcntano, and Coletti. There are four tenors, besides bass and barytone voices, three aopiam, and one cmilralto?and that a useful aud powerful one. Bettini ha* a fresher voice than Balvi's, and sweep* all before him. as if by magic. Before the season closes, other names may be added, and Marie MaVrlini. the new star of Genoa?of whom we shall say more hereafter ?will soon be on her way. and. perhaps, appear at Castle Garden, win re the whole tide of musical enthusiasm sets in regularly evening, to the delight of those who seek a solace from the carking cares of a sun-scorched city BisidiS these, we baTe near at hand. Pico, Barili Thome. Barili Fatti. her daughter Amalia Tattl, now on a tour with Psrodl. BUff-nonc is in the city, resting aft. r the fatigues incident to her exertions during the 'act w inter and spring, to d' light the musical cirelen of liavbtia and i-he will not appear before September on the lyric ttiipe Jenny l.inj. the uncaged nightingale, if i!i w about to vi-i'. Springfield. Manaebu otts. after grn litying success in Boston, where she ha* given two or time cor.ei rts. with Ucllettl. Salvl, and other*. Fundi, wboe i;uiet and unobtrusive course t* the cour-e of peniii.- relyiig on it* own power, has passed through the South am) We t. and ha. amassed a fortune beyond her hopes. She gate a concert In Cincinnati, last Monday, and there, and tvcrywLere, has follow* 1 the route <f Jenny l.ind end created an enthurits-Tn for her art and bt r accomplishment* She will r? turn to tin city in two or three days, and will seek a >|Oiet r.tr.nt. win re she will rest for two or three inouth*, possibly preparing for a Kuropean tour?possibly appear Irg a few tin es before ber departure. Msdeitie Aer.i Bishop, too. has returned to tit* city, after sojourning at the South for several months, where her mu?iral entertainments hare bten admirably -us taln?<l. Her inu-leal director. Bi-ehsa. propo-m to bring out si me musiinl novel tie* in the course of next Au tumn. tut in tie meantime-, will arrange, perhaps a le w Ci tiOetts for some of the cities in Western New York Made-me Bishop ha.* a voice of wonderful flexibility and purity of tone , and manages it with a uieth -d at oner charming arid true to the highest demands of the art. Fhe- ran never fail to win audiences posse -*-d of the I lightest musical sen.-iblllty. We- have rerently spoken of Madame Wallace Bou elielle. and her la. t concert more than confirmed, by Its brilliant results our first impre?slons. tin Wednesday night she appeared again in the production of Men si. lasohn a '? Klijah." by the llartnonie Society, and the triumph of li?r style, on the occasion, has become the theme e>f our musieal e.irclea We cannot but be-Here that, with he r brother. Mr. Ylneent Wallace, the popular e- mposer she la yrt destine d to achie ve a fortune- for

herself, as we 11 as that fame which she so completely commands Certainly with all the talent in the mu-dcal art which we now have, there luust be in store, for the present and ne xt -ea-on. an ante unt of enjoyment such a WW before Lisa be e u known to our musical readers. The <.? sterol Theological Brmlnary, Ihe re mme nee me-ut of the General Theological tb-ml nary was held yesterday In St. Feter'a Church. Chebeea. A large number of rtergymrn. from diHerent parts of the couulry. were present. About 10 o'clock a procession was formed at the seminary, composed of the student* alumoi. truster*, and faculty of the Institution. and a body of clergymen On arriving at the main gate- which forms the entrance to the church, the *tudents separated on each side to make way for the faculty and oth -r* con nected with the seminary to paaa on thereby reversing theordir in which the procession had marched down. IMvlne service commenced about half-past ten. and the slngli g was executed In a superior manner by some huu dr* d voices. The seivtce ??< lengthy and such a* to im press the listener wiih a holy reverence for the place and the ?i corii n The BlglM l!-v Mskop IltflNM Of \-r tnont. delivered an Impressive address, principally as an exhortation to the clergy and graduates of the H-minnry to |h rsi vi re in the csu-e they had undertaken to propagate? to regard all the obstacles which they would meet with as so many trials of their religious stn i.gth and fidelity , to endeavour to raise the practice of the ministry as nearly a* possible to wh it had been the Apostolic fMhcteT. and not to allow any divisions among tbeni to Interfere with the faithful dl? cliaige of tlieir duties as ministers of thegoei-el. lie S'-l riled the payers of the people for the cl-Tgy. an I ?|Uot? d ft I'aut. to show that he had solicit*] the prayer* of the congn gallon* to assist Mm In carrying forward his holy nds-i- n After the Bish< p conclud d. 1? -ctor Turner. Peen of the I'aruity. pr- -entcd th.rf.-en student* who had graduated in the seminary, and wh ? had gone satisfactorily through their examination* II- stata-l that they had fir.lolird thetr ilegr-e* ; that it wa? th-lr d-slre to li* admitted Into th-- mini-try and that they were then presented to receive their diploma* They wire thin nreived by the Bishop, and their diploma* hatidid ib-m in ceremonial form Tbey are to receive < tdif atten on ftintlay m vt Tin ir names ar<-. Ilannihal flood* In. Jul-I llislge*. Fug.no Augustus II- tfman. lie 11 itt t' Loop, w Hum ? Ludluin. William I W. Vayl.r John W Jir-tb John T I'rys*. Hainuel W Bayers. KiwinK ftnith. Lawrence 8 ftevens. Panlel F. W art- n aid Mill WtMd Afti r the eeremonies atd rotnmuni- ii were over, the Tiu?t*-a ai d Alumni proceeded to the *. niitiary. to re Cilve the pi rtrails of In -tors WtU-iti and M<?-pe. They w*rr | aim- d in ? II onranvaaa. by order of the Alumni and are to Is- distributed among tn> ?? rouns-eted with the s*n-inaty. and placed in the painting gallery cf ibe institution. th. Clljr Intelligence. ftetan ev Viseto*# or rtis Fairre?f?vT fisnratii. Cm i ti ? ?eg. * i di eeday the annual nt -el -nary no ting was hi Id at the Churrh of the A?e?n->- n re-roe* of I tflh aret u-and T-nth stm t The mectng was b-th mime rou* at il ri-pes table The prove- Hog* of th- meeting were c?ti-m- ncsd hy the ringing of a hymn and !y prayer fl ? ReV Hi- mil M tTark. of HnCfned. th. ? a i lr***r.| the no-til g lie d?eli with gnat easrgy no'h usees, city i t extending their mlsatonarv Ub-r* Tii* ?af,-ty ar.d spiritual willare f the church d -oan-K 1 thai tltey shr Uld t-nt give up th'-ir mls-inoary elli^t. - rtV con trary. it wa* tloir duty, a* goepcl Clirt-? .*o?. t- ke?p pare at I'-ast. with all the cbur.ihi * that surround ih-m nr.il to i< d- ohle those i (fort* f-r the gl-wy of->.*l and for their - wu timp r*l welfare Wo live s*i.| he in a v?-ry pi collar period of the world W* may ho called on. at nry n.< tnent to give an account of ogrsetve* At all ev.nls'. wh< re shall we he in fif'y year* henee* We shall b" wh?re there shall he no in re mi -i<-nary lal-r to 1-e d--ne We will then he railed on f-r an arc urt of rur own work*, and will receive our reward arci fit-i g to otir works The |t-v Jas Goo*. P. cretarv to the For.-ign Mitel- n fi c i# t v. tn xt d-liven-1 a *h-rt *ddre?*. In whl- h he par ti- ulatiy lr-lst?d -n the necessity of sending out mission nfi- to i'l re Tite empire of I'hlne ess a glorl-ue field for m'-st't ty l?h? re. and the Chinese w?re prepared to rerelre the li.ht of the ll-sp-p and moreov-r. iiie mi* mi**i-nery *?t* now prole, led In all hi* right*, he lad fi?e ac< ? " I all part# of the empire ll? was happy to ?ay that lusty of ih-lr younger rl'-riral hr?thr-n had T-iutil'-i-d thtlr eervleea and w--r? now ready t- pro rred S? missionaries to that distant land, to a?ri*t those m< u who have so long and so faithfully Inhered there 1 hi- II*v Mr 4*i-*s??, of Virginia followed ?r Cook with ?? me hrlef ^ n ark* on the suhj-*<-t offor-lgn mis-i ns g. n< r? lly Th" Hit Mr Burn. th? rector, then male a f-w ren-art. A e-liceth-n was then taken up to he equally divide-) between foreign and d-m-'tle mission*, and th prcotdirga cl'.-*cd hy *ln*ing the *ir-t and second verses ot ti e li-7'li 1-) mn. and a praysrhy th* Kev. lUetor. lis mectli-g th- n a-ljourned tins die. Niw Aars-i- swi*tsron t*s Jtm-.a?*ts ?arc clad tol-si n I hat Mayor Kina-lati l ha* Interested him-clf lm pru-l- n oflhc ouiiage# praclised ill-on the emi urrivlrg at thl* port, ami we tru?t that hi* eter tt.?*e unit.r hi? authority will pro tnal in eatsrmina'lng a system that has too long hsen a ?iigira oh N - w \ock We *ee that he ha* gen- th-- right ? ; jr to w rk Abcut two weeki ago he appointed t!c*sr# 11 f a? Full < and A Weatsr and two energetic p lt,-e tfl-mr*. W li I < - y.- f the Tenth ward, and Lewi* Ba t- cfthc l h aid a?spirial agent*, nn I r the su |ietti-:i n ? f J" r Knrdvit. of the Mayor's offlce. to pro ri d - n l ild of en rr evrigraot-h<p that arriv- s t- pre v-nt tl ? p: s i er* fr. m fali t-g Int.- th? hat-l* -f im pfrpert--t* o* at.?l to yp> e them ample lB*trttcth n* h-w 1 ir - ? -I , t !e - -lire. Al-sa-ty the ?tcp* taken hv Mr llvr-ii ' ' I th-<e i flb -rs l.are te n y ro-tu live if ft> sad if til* levitbla ia'-vsw?-nt le en. rg-tl ra 'v I < v? d up the r< m?-ittcnee* will be hes-?fW-i*tly fill to' ly by hvi-dr.** sf emigrant* th- msclve*. but also I i the n ti munlty T>l.h--re?t hoarding house keep er- w- fc the hr-rdc* of idk ye-r.'-n* that inf- tthc*r"e-? < i.ligu- cs to the North and Faat nv.r* will he fi-v-'-l to t e?ek room other avocation for a livelihood than loafing for the pnrnoM of plundering emigrants. We under stand that, if deemed necessary, the Mayor will add to the number of men who already constitute this vigilant force. The measure ia a proper one, and works well. The New Cortvmr.?A somewhat exciting scene took place on Wedne-dav night last, in the Bowery. A young woman in full Turkish dress. waa walking with a gentleman, wlien her lingular and novel appearance at tracted a large crowd. The conapieuoua pair were ao h< turned iu that they found it impoaaible to pass on. They wi re assailed on all sides by ahouta and anenring remark-. until five or six police i flioers came up aud ar rested tbr. e of the crowd for disorderly conduct The young couple sought refuge in a million's ahup until the crowd dis|>ereed This circumstance ought to caution young wtinen against rendering themselves more con spicuous ou the streets than decorum aud a proper do gn e of modesty will justify. Anmve*14*i?.?The anniversary of the rhilomathean aid Kucl. an 8. .icties will be celebrated on Monday evening. June 30, at the Eighth street Church near Broadway. The exorcises will commence at bait' past nven o'clock. P. M. An oration will be delivered by tbe Kiv George W. Bethune. D. D., and a poem. Iiy J< hn G. bare. Esq. On Wednesday. July 2, the New Vt) k University will celebrate their eighteenth annual c< rnmeiic. merit, at Trlpler Hull, exercises opening at tin A. M, Arrival os- Emioramtr.?The following table showsthe number of fori igu i migrants arrived in this city from tbe lt'th inet up to Tue-day, the 24th, both inclusive, viz:? Prim Ireland 3.421 From Denmark 15 " Germany 1,927 '? Italy 7 Eng d A Wales. 385 " Belgium. . 3 " ?? f col lard 250 " West Indies.... 8 - rranc. ::: 212 " South America.. 2 8 pain 3 " t'a"aJa 5 Switzerland .... 8 ?. f i ? Holland 223 " Mexico 1 " ?c.rw,y 195 6.750 Total New D.rectory ?Doggett Sl Kode. 59 I.iberty street, buve just is: ued their Directory for 1861-62. Tin: Pkrkixa Kwisr Company, of Boston, who had been for seme dsys on a visit to Brooklyn. pissed up Pulton and Na-suu ats. to the Park, on Wednesday after noon, thence down Broadway to the ?teamer. <m their wavbemc. Tbiy were escorted by Kagl. Company No. 4 if Brnklyn. in cltlxen's dress, and headed by their o? u bar d, playing lively music us they passed the linaU buildings Mu itarv.?Dn Tuesday the A company of American I Itisli Drsgoons nnd the Jackson Horse Guards were out in 1,11 nnifotm. on parade drill Both c< mnauies were head id bv ? xci lleiit bands; and in passing through Broadway nnd si veral other streets they made a tiue display. Hta.AH DrrRAiiiv -Cn Wednesday evening, a man nen id Birch, and his wife, applied at the Fifth ward sta tion lieu-, fei I .'Kings, both much under the Influence of liquor. As tbe dorr-keeper was showing them down stairs, bo ili-cov.r.d au infant in the arms of 1 ho wo man- i>ni ou examination, it was found that the child . was d. ad and quiioold. The lUUe unfortunate seemed to he .bout three weeks old. and everything about It in- | dialed tiat it** d?*iitb ww cuumJ by wgta t. A but lie i of rum wan founu in the wretched father e p >cfcet Ehier.?On Wedncfday afternoon, about five o click, a tircl r be out in ibt stove and tin shop of Mr. Ilillvcr, No '8 I.ewis street, and communicated to an adjoining stable. oceupinl by E II Crog.r. both of which werecon svniid Mr Croger lost a valuable horse, wagon, two r. la < f harness, a quantity of liay and other t.e.l liis damage is estimated at *M0; no Insurance The fixtures in llillyir's she p were alf<> destroyed. D .mige about <4i 0 no insurance About half past twelve o clock on iVrducrday night, fire was discovered in the grocery -tore of Mr. Campbell, corner of Hammond and Ureeu v . h stri. ts It was i xtingul-h. d before much d miage wKs droe On Tuesday evening a fire broke out In the ftsme building No. C6 First street, occupied by Andrew Bulger as a dwi Ulng and bakery The flames soon ex t. II.is d to No U1 also a wooden building. The roots of bol h b< um t w. re destroy, d Damsse* ..bout f.,.00. rite bu'lciit ps were okned l>y Samuel Martin. The lire origi nal d fnm a defect in tbe oven. AaoniER Fire ?Between twelve and one o'clock yes tu,ley a stable in tbe rear of the dwelling No 1J Lewi* itri et own. d by Mr Myers, took lire from the tl im-ts of a 1 air.) of shaving*, Into which a small boy bad thr-wu r burning ciid.r The stable was burned W the ?nurd and it was with great exertions on the part .f the fin men. Uiat th. s.ijoining houses all of wood were sat. .1 A consid. latlc quaniity of hay f -d wr. also i ou: urned Damage in all about >200 No iniuratce. Jfiiot'Ritwi AiVaiR.?About feven o'clock last evening, twt w. men?one m.rn. d Ellen Doyle, and the other named yii,. Sullivan?both residing in tbe same house In Orange Hint c. n m. no d to tcold. and from thai to blows upon which It. ,le took up a good siz. d metal pot. ala ut eight p. unds and flung at h. r opponent but in st. sd Of atrikirg her. fbe struck another woman, named Catharine Fullivan. (who happened to bs pacing ?<? time) with It In the forehead, brenking one of its legs.and 1 taking It slicking in h. r forehead The wounded worait. was taker into a druggist's ftor* in DranK.. -treet but he was unable to ?\tia.-t It, nnd bo sent b. r ? off to the City Ilia pitaL The owner of llie drug atom Rtatss that It entered the scull to the depth ?f an inch and a half, at bait It was also tatid at t^ie Police Office,that a short time h. fere he threw a pot of scalding water on another ?. man bhe was am-tcd by policeman Of raghty. or the Hxth dlslrlet. brought to the fftntlo* Bouse, and locked up i?lrr. writing the above, we have ascertain, d that the leg of the pot has bocn removed from the forehead, but tb. doctors at the City Hospital coubl give no opiu- | or. until to-morrow, (this morning) whether the woman will survive or nut. Dim r?.w *.v Ovsr-Dose or Oru %i ?The Coroner h-ld ad irquist ?n Wednesday lost, at No 187 T'. rteenth ?tr< i t. i u tbe body .f Emelln. Ilorw.eal. a child aged abi ut two years srd seven months, who died on Hon- | day night l?st. under the following elrrumatancea ?It . .pp. are that abi ut thrre wei ks before h. r death jdw was tak> n ill with the hooping cough upon which Doctor | Eraser, who tesldes In Brcadway. wa- ewlhd in and f-r i our week attend.d her He then left off for another v.. k. and on Monday last he called again and asked for blspiy Tb- mother of the child refn^^-d uot IIIt was out Of darger. He. however, upon b. log told that the de.ea-.d had for s< n.e days, a bowel complaint, wrote out* nrifctiptlon, I. ft It with the m-Mher. and then went away The fatter took it to an apothecary's store, and h: d'it made up: it was a powder After she cam- JF'?* alKUt tw.lve o'clock at noon, she gave half of it to .le e. as.d.who, directly after, became stuyld and coatlnue.1 so until eleten o clock the same ntgfct, when It died p. ( tor Lideii. of Itroome Street, made a ,-omI marl,m ex A miration of llie b. ? y. and was ?f opinion thai the child an* laboring uiidrr dlseass which would proffuc death, l ot tbst the dote Of opium, which appeared hy the evl d. nee of the mother and Hie sUtem. nt of th-ap'-the raiy. to be gls.n to Hie child, would accelerate Its death Tin- jury found tbe following verdict:?That Kmellne lfarwocd esme to her death Iv hooping rough exciting lifer mat ion of the lung*, and that her death wo* has 1.1. d by an over d..?e of opium administered by the . tror of the druggist who put up the prescription Axovtira Caps or tiioom-Ol. Menday night a mxn nam. d Cnllen. residing in Twenty eighth street WMsoilt t.d sui. ide by takir.g laudanum It appear, that Intern wri Bce rauMil tbe uf 'bj , - r? ?Oil Tue#il*y aftrrooo?.th#bodfof a msn a) psrently al- ut thirty-five years of age. ??? f"?ind in the tiv.r a little ahoye th. Elyslan Kleids. Ilohokem lie arrested t" hi ve te-.n hut a short time in the wat. r before he was dl-c .vered II* wo* rothgT respect Ab^ dre.Md. and in hi- i-..Utwaa fund a ferry ticket to I Hraliethtnwm. ?n ublch was written the namsinf V podlce An inquest wee held on the body by tan ner Place, and a verdict of wilful drowning returned by th. ' so Pr. warn.?Ancther inqiteet was held, yesterday, at the beuse of Mr O'Brien, In Albany street on the ?,k1t of sn unknown man sgrd n?.<vat thtrty f. un 1 Heating in the wat. r outside the pier at the Ibot of raid tlrset. Verdict: That deceased cam.- to his death 1 VimT^ 'so ?H" Monday night a male child, about a w. ek . Id was f. uod on the at. pa . f the hou*e No 16 W< It ?tr.et. It was taken to the Alms UotMk by a police ' A^oTltig C?sr or Isr.vT.r.or ?D*t Tuesday afternoon, tie body of a f. male rhild. arparently ahort on.? d .y rbl was picked up in KlW street, bet ween Ftankhn and W bite streets Visible traces of strangling were evident, ar.d lb. b> ad and face were considerably mutilated Dnmeaftr fllloA-ellnoy. Tbe late Judge Bryan Mallanphy. ?f ft l^iuis. left f 210 t Op In trust to tl ?? elty of ft Louis, f.ir the relief of de.lltute for. .gn emigrants arriving at that elly Hiram Knickerbocker Is cn trial at Buffalo for the mur der of Charles lla*kner A riot o-rnrr. d a few days slnee. on the neeaslon of the i p. nlrg <f Bainum s mmsgerle. at Mi.ldletoo Conn. The trouble was that the people thought the show did not c?me up to the Lille T 11 K W KKKLY IIRRALD. MAIL* I OR Kt'tori RY T1TK AMERICA* MAIL ATEAM* >lltr HfMROLDT. Tha ?l'nMy Vn.-Ul will ba publl.ha.1 at half pa*t nlna o>lxit*>M(NV morning. It* rontaot* will rmbraca ?II tba Important n*w? oftha waali Tba A mark*an mall utaamahip llnmboi it,Captain l.ina*. nil! leora tbl* port to- morrow noon, for llarra. to tonrh at fooUmmpt ? England Ilrr mail* will clom at half part t?n n'< li r\ In th* morning. ?tegla *< pl??< f lb? lUrald. riinruor; p.*>tag? to Kog land, two ?rnt? to Fran** thrar rant* Conn CnlonrJmr?Tllta llnjr. Prrarw* 'Joi at? Hrn ? *i Traat.?Adjournal to Fa thrda*. Pt rratea C. t a-r -Nop. VP 4' I V I. 4A5. 4*1. 4AT 4" 4*9. 4"P <P1 IOT 4l?. 4f5. 4PP 4'". 4!-. WO, .'*>1 &03. ? !.<6 fig, .'(7. MP MO. Ml. 5V2 61.1. ?1?, 617. 614, 61P .'.0 621 622 St6. fV< MB. 626 V F Dtrran t Cot at ?Hot 60. 3\ i?. 40, 41, 42. 41, 14. 44. 45 __ Wbltt Plnn'o Atwtpaprr.-Thr Aaroml aria44# at O ic laotaat oit ilrir-r ?tal' par- * of m 'ttar, of ttrriraaM frrrr?l at-paaranor of li? t. .n.l* n Tim** *i4 nrintrd a tla ?>??? .iralftp "Tpapar i? r -4 iMa mnrr fr r. a? llr i.r?r- litctar* Ritfaia, W\"> l.r? a4??*. o?ar li??4? a flaaarrrrntjra Call rj, Trr **ntani? t via m?. t??r *r* \irj Ai'fr i6?<f rm'ra-in* all II* a*"IBln*?l la Irr'it* of aiJ I ? Ita-i PoliliOf, I.tltralor*. A?i 11 * If* Arta. ttM-rp, Cnrr*n> Fr-rii*. Amnan t?H. Bw'r.lt A-\ Amnnr tha arrlola* la Mrla aomhot ?ra >6* fill??irp- I Th- W I t* Man' v*w?pap?r It* I'lan 2 f ptrtol Koilt* to our Tilti 4? an.t tnrmltO. 3 Th* t'olilical Mata <f Eofnpa I II* < ? 'rnl Ut*rary Prrran 6. t ha I r* I f f lha t! M I ial I r -m tho jr t r Trii i>t ( ) i I a-r*t Ballft'n r* m tha H-r4?r war. (Ifr f I ri If ttif.al*ftitair. at.) 7. Tl a I'aaMIU A?'?f |l-rr a. I if? lr 'u ran to. 9 g*4 linn a tir-raiafO. ?"J** 1 rir? fr< r > ? 1 rV. I A llal for i .-1?n?l W It. Th? l'< | If 13 ttlaiii T Rnrri.oi ??a'>|-* 14 R? 'Of* la th ? of If a f*rr?na (tn >riri ?l "'itrria" M"*r* J 16. I.it* r*rr T rif? I fl?r?ral irrlrlr-rl Mi?*?llao< A A \ I rt ? If n *? rt* fr - If mntar: A* |?i a nn nor. in ad'-ano*. I or -alt *l ti ? R ? ??i r-a ?n.l |l l*<i- Mral U?r f Rn rr ?n. 6nl tfipri' m> l.\ mail, af m paw to 4 n? 'h? * a?h mot l-? a44r?<?*4. frr* of r- r'aar. to Wb'ta Han't Nc*?f*f?r *8 *f??o ?v !?|* Tart. Lost Home peroan, name unknown, bjr mir'akr. took from the Uadion liver steamer lino Newton, on Monday last. at her pier in New York, a good shed, black, hard, leather Valine. considerably worn. It had no mark ! whatever. There * ere two straps ever the top, buckled id 1 fr nt; leather auard over the lock, fastened down by a strap and Ivckle. The valite contained letters addressed " W. 1, ' ( rat dal, Syracuse." and a variety of other written and printed pn|-ern leering the same name and place, inoludint; a life inturancc policy. Connecticut Mutual, dated April 6 I D-JO. and a manuerHi't of about ftfty pagee, with the sen.. iijrr.atore, dstid April, lc.11. The person who h*e b?cu acci ? ' dentally hardened with the chnrrc of this Valine and oon triil,, w ill receive the thank* of the owner, and a liberal re war! for bin trouble, If te will leave them at the New York H'tald office, at the office of the People'* I.inn, New York. Cirr between Courtland* and Liberty streets, or send thelu y express, directed " \V. L. Crandal, Syracnne, If. Y." Yoiikcra.? Faat sailing and beautiful steamers ate running a distance of Id miles, three tripe each w> v dnily, at onlv I2>? cente fare. The elevated walkie overlook a rnnse of lakes and waterfall! not to he ?urpaeC' '? under the ethereal dom*. This ia the most del ghtrt'ul drive or excursion to be taken. At Krlllngar'e Mansion House . persons can g?t meals at all hours. Horses rod carriages to 1st: r.'-w'irg allies, Shuttle boards. Quoit*. Swings. Jtc. M.K. ? Dr. Krllingcr, it w ill he reuieml ered by thon lauds, was the only terror ?t o had the nerve, years since, ta eomoieuow turning a line of stages against the Bnrlam Railroad Com pany for a p-riod of thirteen months, thereby retiming tk? fare from','tt to )?>.,'sents. Five months out of the time liu ran at the rate (ft1, cents each way, frequently carrying fra r 2S to 10 persona w itli two horrea, and from 7i to S>J, with four horses, ?' a load. when be com promised, the stock was quilled 07: when he was bought off, it stood- at 9. He made money bv the run, and has over aince had the superla tive rratiticatinn of knewin-r that the masses are cujoylng the benefits of Lis cntnrpise and labor. Mnelcal Union and Aaaoclatlon of the Ame rican I innuforte Company, founded upon the principles of the Building and Accumulating Fund Association, and ex tendi g their benefits for the distribution of Pianofortes and Mel' dernr.?Books for the Second Piano Company sro now ready; plan same as No. 1, viz.:?Subscribers limited to 100: Nlf*?t*M,W cents; nnd regular monthly duns,-^3. Ka I. member chooses his own instrument, valued at 4 4)0. from the manufacturer's wareroom. Rooks for First M-lodcur Comjuny are al?o open, and will be complete withfOmem hers fifiice hours fromA. M to ti P. II. All letters innsS le post-paid ai d addressed to Messrs. .looelyu (k Watson, Trustier, Lufarge Bui'dings, No. 2WBroadway, Room No.5. "\Vnfts' Nervous Antidote lurpnwra nlldlw eovirieai itrmt.de; it never has failed yet to evferminalt disease whenever it is applied; it condenses electricity an* the heat of tht stomach expands it, forcing health and strength throughout the whole system. 102 Nassau street. J.I per bottle Those unahle to pay lor it can have it gratis, at 424 Greenwich street. Pnat Office?California Rxprets Mull-Safcr. and in less time than the I'nitrd States Mail, and at one four. h tl.e p- stase. The uncertainty of the United Stat-? Mail between New York end San Francisco is too well known. Postage 10 cents, prepaid or not. Mail closed at -' 1'. *i , Suiurdsv. UEK10RD Si CO., 2 Vesey street, .^torllou-e. Thompaon's Daguerreotype* forSo senile. The largest dsgnsrreotype operating room in the city (eon taining iw o skv lights) The best artists, the lowest price,, and none but the Wei instruments, apparatus, and materials; and warrants the subscriber in guaranteeing a satisfactory ? likeness to all who will favor him w ith a "all. J. W THOMPSON, .lib Broadway. Managers and Agents, 149 Pearl street. SINks Reduced In Price. ?Jnines Beck A Co. hsve reduced the prices of their Spring and Summer Silks, liarrrrs. Jaconets. Muslins Foulards, Calicoes. Man tillas SI.awls. French Imhroldi th #, l.aees. ike . b?low oust. Ladi- s will find some great bargains at .Yi6 Broadway. Under Coat Price? K. II. Newman, 331 Broadway (two doors south of Anthony street,) offers the balai rr of liis Straw Bonds and Bonnet Ribbon* considera bly under cost Ue has also received some beautiful needle w-rk ( ollars. Under Handkerchiefs Sw iss and jimeet Trim? inin. s, A- : al -.-.a lot of jaconet Chemisettes and Culls to match, at (Is. per set. Rtontllla*.?The attention of our Latly friends is requested to a most extensive sale of Paris Mno tillrs. (recently imported under peculiar ? i<ctmstances.) at Bulj in's Emporium. b61 Broadway. W e understand they are of the u.oet recherche kind, and selling unusually cheap. Fee advrrtisem-nt in another column. If. !>e Urntv (V Co 's, I id Fulton atreet. Sunn rr Clothing ?The m< ,t extensive aseortm -nt of l.'bt 'it thine is to he lound st thie establishment. All in want ? > light and rasy oletbing had better call at this house. Frits ifchthcs made iu twenty four hours' notice. Gentlemen'* Shirts ?Not every one pro feriirg to make " Gentlemen's Shirts." can m ike shirts tit f r gentlemen. AtCREF.N'S.I Aster ilonse. style, lit, ma tt risl and w-rkmsrsl in ere guarai teed, nnd every gvrm :nt I r Jt.istd is sent I omt at tbeappeiuted hour. Fine Frn.cli Klil (iluves at redncrd price*. ?4 losing nut of a iarx-< lot o[ Paris mails Kti Gloves at an lp'ini etc redootfon?*ix shilling Gloves for four shillings ? psir; five shilling gloves for three shillings a pair; gent-' site Gl- ves for fsnr shillings a psir. These Gluvcs are of (iip< r'or onslitv snd finish at G. C. BCRDETT'S Cheap Dry Goods biota, U* Walker street. The IIat Finisher'* Union, Xo. II Park Row. ire Selling Hist rste ll?t* chesp. and are doing a splen did holiness. If von wnnld secure t*'r dialing, call upon tha Union. N B.-tfc not deceived l>y those trieky speculator* who hive adopted our till" of "Union " in hopea to mtks capital el t-ur reputation. Kemtmler, Hat Fluishers' Union, No. II Park How. GsMil's Rummer (Equipment*.?-Healtle an Infnita variety of dress and undress Hats and Gaps, hnmr msde snd Parisian, f--r tha promenade and the manege, ( rail 's bhow Rooma display ail tlia late^ Piris and Inn den Styles of Canes, Ladies' Riding W hips, and superl ly moulted Summer Imlrcllas. GENIN, 214 Rroadway, opposite St. Paul's. Rtlver Rravrrs-Msnllo, Ilatter, 410 Hroad way, earns r oft a-ial street, ha.i a magnificent assortment of Filv rr Uraver llats; also, a rreat and yrand variety of Pana mas. Mrsws. etc , for gent'nnen and eliildren. Ue ia oae of ths best hat lrr? in t) a United IStatss. Buy of Knox.?Buy your Multiuser Hat of Kuna. if you wanl a su pi ro article. Buy your llxt oi Knox if you wsnt a rheap artiela. Buy of Knox if yon want* llal Iqually sond for ralav <>r clear wratber. la abort, buy si Kb ox. or Iff V lilt -n sir- et. if you want to do better than ly patronising any other tint establishment in Iowa. Rammer Hale.?Kvrry atylc of Ilraver, Pa nama. Leghorn, fit raw, and Felt llats will h? found at W. P. Davids, Ml Brejtwag, sa-ond door from Duane street. Those in wabt of sacb should certainly giv* him a call. Prices moderate. Ths in Hate? l.lglit, alsy and taaty, thrjr oe- d tut be seen to be aporn-latsk they require au ealogmin p-iaoupcsd up't them, and any effort of ours would fall void of tho mart in att -mpting to describe tlem, for tiieyr speak ft r themselves, sad srr truly the tn?*t splendid h-a-f tear for gentiemxa's wear that w# ever beheld. Their price is only 'Ihref Dollars, and their salesrooms Is, sad 14nNas ssu stftv t. I'iinntun and Straw Hat*.? Ranta, No. 104k Caoal straet hn? a large sto- k of Uentlsoea's and keys' Pa nama, Leghorn and Straw Braid lists, H? is selling them off a) reduced price*. The largest fteek of summer lists, and th'< el rapr>t to le fonnd in nny store in this city. Call on 1IANTA. I(N! I anal strsst, you can get Hummer 11 at* almost at your twa pri- an. Notice.?Buy era of Ford ik Co.'* Celebrated Msialllr M< I her Over Shoes. *r* informed that the rsci-nt fiie at their worka did not destroy tha bui'dinr* containing t lis macblneryr: tha detention, therefor*, will hs bnt'hresor four weeks, wlsn ill Willie rebuilt sad In full operation. It e solicit from III* trade an rsawiina'lon of the stock now la store, amounllf * to over .tw.oo pairs, sompristng all this various stil s Deslir* may relv on having their ordar* promptly tiled as usual Bit FBI)FR la BROTH ER. Sola A rents. 34.) Ftarl St. and A) Cliff et. I be n 1 em In India Itnliher Khoea? Caution.? The advirffsenieat inserted, headed "Cantlon ti> tb# Pnb lle." In hi half of the " Hay ward Krhhsr Compiny," " New ark India K' tier Manufacturing Company." "I.. Candea," " Fi rd a f'o " " Shoe A tso, ixtes and otbers," was not pah ll-hed by these ei mpame*. witu srs not willing to nssuroo tl e reip'-nibtllf y of any srrh ft Is* ttatemenls about II. II. bay. It I* supposed to lav* been written tyoaa of ths owners of Goodyear'* Patent. Bootmaker*' Union, Nd Nassau *treel.? rititens snd strangers ar* invited to rail sad 'xamia* ti n fine stork rf boots, shoes, and gsiterv. offered lor aala at th* lie deleters Uaion, h2 Nassau straet. Rapping* In Ann *tretr The Anal flap* pi?r? ?' H>t>.sa'i llntal aro tint half an proi l?M? *? theawl# mi | in** i? ?h? ntlt'.horhe. '1 ? f Hirn.im < Mnae not. Wo f? '??. of memo to the i enufattnrinx of Boot-, Shnea ni l Qaiteea rt< *r?r *?<! hat>4e. m?r tint a*/ atberr la lt*t. at JONLS'S, No 14 AniMrnt. Roflll, Boola, Hoota.? (-rent flrtrgnlit* am to to ha* tt 41 l'n?rtl*a4 etioot, anitor tho N r heat'e II >? l?l I mr l i. ? M ?lf I>rr?? lli >ta for $1 HI. ooaalljr ? >1.1 ?? t 1 .'"no* *'? I'ati-nt l.tathtr B- ot?, Shi ?? en* O* I toft, t ktlnilt >?! nttll. U. UaOfNI. Wi Th? brat Patent l.eather Shoot tn the cltjr too to ho fnaail at MoOeary a. Iff Maiiloa la**, our nor of Wil lltm ''root. I In > *ill nnt rip ? r 1'iark. Warranto*, at the low prior of *1 .'*> Oatlmn I* aaat of n<ii arMelttn' I a it lorgrl 47 Maiden laar. Rnrhahln Boot*, White*, and (A altera, it nrw an* I i?l??i artirlr, warranted tn pitr parfrotoaa* to lor *' r f'o%, to hi fnrti* only at IIHfhOKS' Now Tofh Bnnt an* Phio Fmportnm. tfO falton rtrrot?tho ohonrrrt plaoo <* tho (it) to not a cod arttolr of any tt)I* of M-ota and Shoo*. Klogant Rhno K at nMl-ah m<nt<t o.till I. 37 7 Tlrna*?ty Im thr lnri"'? *?* mott Kraut ttoch of Sh ???? ? n* Homo f, r hnth la*lo? an* pr-nllomon to ha fnna* * Aai-noa t?r C hat montly Import** a a??r atyle of OaH *?? f- r thr Ir4l<*. nhli h ?r' aow. ail thn faahioa in Pari-. 1 hoy are really eery hraattfnl, an* no ha>? ?? Mil VI I ?ttrart their (penal att*atl*n. The Zephyr t'nrlrr whlrta tn he hndntth* No* * nrh Vntkin* Penury Im B *'if, are lirht ati***a n r ooft tliin it a* ridep *( w*. *f rlaotio fahriooMu*. an* to,. ir* t" i' ne? ahn htri oar* a m th*ia, trtt afttt aa li*i<pr*t*h|o attlel* of rnir.ner apparel. Taohnmlir* rem^nit* of Kngltwh Three ?n* inula Btrt-thni.howTrtHtn3BffWt*ai*i, lli <* at ? rrr*t n !ui twta in t ri ? at No !".? Mower* Blent" *!?*? r?? n> oil r?io* |ir*-tt and ahoapeat Carina tatahlt ' meet In tfco I'aHo* Stetoa. (?onrtnd a Itnllan Medicated *??*t? enre" Tin liirpim Interne, h'rnptinne, httwt Salt Rhea en, 11oI Iri o an ? all atoonli outturn ?r* *ef?r-niti?t of Ilia it ?. Goarant't Pn *r. Out til" r-adioatee half ir m low lira h,ai<? or a-? port ?f the h *r <! m?*r4'0 l.i ill* Hair l)y?, I 't M i iio Brapr. tn* Bolr Heat f*tlve are o |-ially in *' ni?* P. i.o* nU af tho nl4 oatahli?hod laboratory, of * alter atri ot. irel et i - fr m ?ftadea); Calha4or, ae' f nth Third otrerl. IM.il ? I pi las tn* W Wa-Maft* a timet, II ato?. _ If tt la tine that .Tone*. of I t Ann tlrrrf, ia a (lit a rlepai I Bhota rh aa ar* (laitere, elieaaWMMBiay #?h-r trade e ran In town it riihtn.at Mia pal ft I, whale->|t le tl a pioia i r htft rmallnr, a'->nH tnea It W? mlaM r -r tfm ?ha report ??? hr at oaf opinion it r n-oratd, tat wt prof. r n teioredinr ur r a* ra tn re an* to*. Oi) sennit tl lilfteiThe aatonlahlng aatr* ore* of il le U??*l (no io thr * r> r ? aura of *v-i opoia. la er |i l in Ma f. nllar n-rlo rropottlea: tn* haint entirely fr-wt fr at alrnhollr <tia" lula i? t r?4nd'? a* frarrKa nr napl*v a- ot ?to ? ' ? ? A'?| !e lo-tl t-orr. from wall hnetra ritl trn? ep| 11 i d in i< - pr-i1 hi', ti It Ha4 of tho amn' a ?rth' ?A H A I' <-r*a. I"i fiilf-.n ttroot. A ?. Seaolllli I ? Mo in* I I' hlor. I" Mr idwat J A I. t <>**? not m, ai t Hmti -n all.-n ti * 7IA H- ? lwny F, M Union IV how. rn- nntf af Cniid alpol l*-ll, W-I-Ale A t*e , )M Ilwnn. ? .I iiroit: tn4 hy I'rnitlala cm.mile IA tha Inlta* State* ti * rt?*4a. . Dr. Ifntt h|i pa' Pytptpala nitfera. ? Thla Ir r ill a* Ir *? ? ? I ? 1 I omp mi. < ? ?r? fit* to ?n*. it ra t'ii|) a*ii|ifll'i ronrrrfna# i f-j-nMIra It* ho lhta anali lua. i- m * i .?? p- i-tloj ir.o*loin*, era row a'-ana* eoety. w.ir ai jsrowla4*ra, nr* ?o <?'oerfallt r?c .irnaaa* it# vra to al. who hai. art jet availr* thtattolvaa af it* haaaCta.