Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 22, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 22, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. JAMIt? OH II DO.* BURNETT, rnoi .tit tor a tin editor. HTII1 M. V. ct RN .B or NASSAU AND V I I. TON ST 3. Vtiw XX So- M > MUi>* H'.vTS THIS KV EN1NU. WWiWAT TUKaTXK. Broadway? Kiko L.IAA k 1 .LLlUOIHll MVKRT r if K A f K* B-wury? OcTAViA Bfaoaldi? lilt ? A 'I* ?ICA? ('A h?I. BOSTON'S THf MR?, l'u*ittber? ttreet? 1 Th? Sekiov* lu.LH- Th? (INM.U. _ WAll.AIX'j UltAH.1, ii:o*dw?y? The School ron 8CA??)A1.- Sl-liK A AO. AMERICAN MCSSUM? Aft irnoo*? 8rui ajd T?ilj ? Mam and tub Kt?a>ag? fHE Ulo nn?vv?inf. WOOD S UK'fSTKEI.S ? Urchuici' Hail? <72 Brcadway. nniirt OPERA HOUSE, 5S9 Broadway? Buok %M1? Ethiopian Orcni Troi rK. UPlttl BALL, 590 BroAaw?y? P??o>a*a of Ecltopc. ?ew York, Thnnday, March Zt, 1835. ITimtoHiiii of thit New York. Ilcraid for the W?K tiullng March 17. ?Sonday. March 12 67,320 fueedAy, " 13 67,120 Wednetxiay , " 14 69,040 tbared&y, '? 16 02,120 fWuay, " 16 69,040 totarday , " 17 64,900 Average jx-r day 69,300 Being a larger circulAtion tuan that of any other dAily paklUbtd in the world. Notice to AdverHaerA. Our patrons will pletse b?Ar in mind, thAt In order to ?Me da to hAve our edition printed And diatributed in proper ?eason in the morninj*, it if* necpusary thAt ad" yvrUMwenU afcoa'd he handed in at aa early an hour ?>n tbe day preTioue an possible, and especially before nine ? 'clock Ua the evening. Tlie S?wi. The steamship Atlantic is now fully ina at this port, * ith one week's later news fr.>m Wurope. A large and very respectable naeeWng wm held at Om? Tabernacle list evening, to remonstrate against tto pa?sage of the new po ice hill now under con sideration in the State Legislature. The new bill propose b to mike material anl iojurious alterations in the government of the force. Many of the wea1 thfast merchants in the city were present at the ?Meting last evening. Mr. J. W. Gera.d addressed the meeting some length, giving a tew? ac court of the whole matter, and saying tha". be wr uld withdraw his support from the party in power, in ease the bill was panned. Mr. Joseph Hoile, Mr. Pt-Uti&h Perit, Mr. Hubert B. Mtnturn, and Mr. Slillman (of the Norelty Works,) also maoe pithy and vigorous speeches against the bill Mt. H xle presented a remonstrance against the bi'l, signed by over six thousaid citlERns of the First, Bcoond, and Third wards. limitation* atrongly con^err uatory of the bill were adopted. Tttto Mayor was frequently complimented by tie speakers, imost of whom are his political oppo nents,) and evci y mention of his name was received with applause by the meeting. Million* of dollars in property were represented by the gentlemen on ?the platform, and the meeting was a slKniftciot fact. Members of the Legislature should study tho report. Ve have Havana dates to the 17th Inst, by way ?f New Orleans. Our Vice Consul at Satgna, Mr. Thompson, had been arrested and conveyed to Ha vana, but we are not Informed as to the nature of the charge brought against him. It wts thought the sentence of death against Pinto wculd bs re mitted. The Island remained tranquil. The Wash ington Union, in an article publlehed in another column, fay a it has reliable information that the I Spanish government have reeolve<? to a vard indem nity for the Black Warrior outrage, and tbat the adjustment cf the affair will be consummated upon the necessary p> oofs as to the amount of daaages being taken. The recent affair of the El Dorado is occupying the attention of oar government, and it ia said that prompt measures will be taken to pro cur* from Spain an atonement fur that indignity. Our file* from Bermuda are dated t> the G;h of March. The project of steam communication be tween New Yoik, Beimuda, Barbadoes and Demi nn, sill attracted attention. The weather wa? cold and stormy. Two hundred and six liberated convlcto had been shipped to Ireland by the authorities. Tte nominations for Harbor Masters were sent in to the Ssaate yesterday. Owen W. Brennanr Alexander H. Bchulti, L. W. Bralnard, Matthew L Green, James Bevans, Reuben Murray, W.Burifig"vj Dan!. Herrick and Joseph J. Chambers are the tacky persons selected out of about five hundred applicants. No other nominations have been aaut in., in the New York Benate, yesterday, the bill rela live to the tenure of church property paved to a third reading. There seems to be no doubt but that this measure will pass both houses. Thu recent disgraceful conduct of the guests of the Ten Governors, at Blackwell's Island, is to bo investi gated by a select committee. Or course, the whole wtu end in effervescence. Rjporta for and against the modification of usury laws were pro ?ented. The majority of the cammittee bslieve that the bill already before the Assembly does not meet the wants of the money lenders. Mr. Good win delivered a set speech in favor of a tweutyooe years term of naturalization. A large audience was in attendance. In the Aseembly a large number of bl'la passed tc a t'aird reading, among them several of local importance. They may be found under the appropriate head. Ytsterday afternoon the fireworks factory at B* rgen Point, belonging ti G. A. Lvlliendalil, at the corner of William and Spruce streets, this city, blew np, killing t ??? persona and seriously injuring eight otheis. their names are given in our account of the occurrence. The coal pit explosion at M id kothun, Va., on Tuesday, killed thirty fcur p-r .ons instantly, ai*l eighteen otheis are not eipected to survive. The Supreme Court yesterday disc aarged the or dcr lor the arrest cf Ole Bull, with costs against Max Maret/.eknnd wife. The action in the Fourth District Court- Bcnor Avogtdro and wife agninst , Ole Bull? was postponed yesterday, owing to pres* j ing engagements of defendant's counsel. The Bastrop will case, Involving something abm two bucdred thousand dollars, is now pending be- j for> Ju'ge Mitihell, of the Supreme Court The Bos'd of Couucilmon met last evening, and, after coniilerablc discussion, adopted a resolution directing the to pay Wm. B. Itejnolds $46,745 50, in full sav.ifactioi of the contract for re mo .ing offal, Ac. No other business of Interest was transacted. A seianre of diamond! and jewels, alleged to have been smuggled, wu made yesterday at the store of The^d:re ChrUt, 119 a-rd 121 Nassau street, The cotton market continued l..m yesterday, ami the sales sgaln rooted up about 6,000 bales. Prie i cio?ed at about <.ne ccut per lb. advance slnre the . receipt of tho Africa's news. S'aonld this advance he sustained it wiil probably enhance the value of the present cror in the I aited States, including iota in trainitc, from eight to tea millions of dollars. Flonr aas less active, without material change in prices. Southern white wheat, gold at $2 3tf; in d'an yellow corn sjld at 97c. a 93;. P .-o vision* wore with mt maU'riil change. Cf,ffc was firm ard to lerably active. Sugars sold to a fait extent and at ?teady prices. Fre'gbts were inactive, as shippers were walt'jig later f >relgn news. The Common Cmncil Committee on lull roads act last tvenlng, wten Coun' Jenkins (Twelfth ward) and Mr. Goodwin r? iterated their argWBMtii in fav >r of a reduction of ftre on city lima, with giett effect. They applied theuvlvej yarti ularly t) the cases of the can of the Third and Frnrth avenue oompaiiea. Minutes were male ii ikttf wawrk.'* aci tic nsutttcc il, . Jenkins pro miming to bring the snbjtot ft the Foutk line before the board in fnl aeanoo. By re'ereme to the report o' the meeting of the Commiesioners or Emigraton, glren eiaeiraare, it will be seen that th* tundsor the oommwion an now largely overdrawn, and its indebtedness in all amounts to neatly $40,000. Tee desreaaed emigra tUm thtx je*r aocounta for this deficiency. Hjw is it to be met? The Sardinian Consul has agreed to give the Com mlaaioncra of Emigration (3,000, to be nsei by them 'or thi maiatenane9 ot the paupers recently lauded from the Sardinian frigate Doe Geneya, who aie now acha-ge to the eornmuaion. Should there be any of thia tund left at the end of five years, it la to be returned to the Consul. This arrangemant is probably tbe beat that crald be made, and wiJ tor a time aettic.ihla difficulty. Jadjje Mortis decided yejterday to admit Jarnw Iiviig, charged as an accessory In the murder of Poole, to bail in the sum of ten thousand dollars. The report of the caw is given in another oilumn. A verdict waa rendered for the government yes terday in the United Statas District Court, iu the case of a quantity of musical instruments imported under false invoices. The Lai* CuugriM-riw Administration and tbe 8 polls. It is impossible yet to arrive at an authentic summing up of the appropriations of this last session of Congress. The regular appropria tions, the Texas and Deficiency bills, will pro bably amount to seventy millions; and olaims, extras. and perquisites of various kinds, will hardly be lees than five millions more, making an aggregate of seventy-live millions to oome di rectly out of the Treasury. The public land ac count, in the new Bounty Land bill, will, it is estimated, be equal to a draft of two huitdred millions of acres. These gratuities will un questionably be selected by the speculators from the choicest picking* of the public do main, so that we may safely set down their cash value at the miuimum of two hundred and fifty millions of dollars. Thus, the spoils of the lost nession will stand : ? In draft* apon tbe Treasury, at $76,000,000 In dialta upon the piit>Uo lands, at 250.0u0.000 $326,000,090 Thiw is pretty good work. To be sure, forty or fifty millions were lost to the spoilamea in the defeat of He vera! millionaire patent monopolies; and at least two hundred millions (charge able. perhaps, to the greediness of Forney in amending a certain land bill, after its passage, ) were lost in various railroad land Bchemes; the French spoliations, five millions, were loBt by a veto; and various schemes, large and sm.ill, went by the board on account ef the confusion of parties, the pressure of business, and the shortness of the session. But, for three months work, a grand haul of three hundred and twenty -five millions of the public plunder, in ca-h and real estate, is pretty geod. The snm total of the drafts upon the treasu ry for the preceding session, of all kinds, paid and to be paid, will not, we presume, fall short of seventy-five millions. The extras of that session were smuli, being generally put off for the closing scenes of this last session. Throw ing them into the general account aforesaid, the j spoils bills of both sessions foot up aB fol- j Flint, or long nMslon. Ml'ooo'ooo Second, or slioit a?Mtm .rift, OOP, wu Total for Thirty third Cnngren* *100,000,000 Four hundred millions of dollars in two years, for regular government expenses, defi ciencies, extras, enlargements of pay, contracts, claims, gratuities, monopolies, speculations and land bounties ! This is the " retrenchment and reform'" of our New Hampshire economist. In the modest days of President John Quincy Adams, the toial regular expenses of the go vernment amounted to thirteen millions of dol lars. The democracy were shocked by such extravagance, and Old Hickory was brought in to retrench. Ilis regular expenses starting at thirteen, ran up at the close of his last terra to thirty millions of dollar*. Martin j Van 11 urea's averaged about thirty-two mil | lions a year; Harrison's and Tyler's administra tion averaged about twenty-five millions a year, a manifest improvement; Mr. Folk s term averaged some fifty millions, including the expenses of the Mexican war; and Taylor and Fillmore kept it up pretty well to that mirk. Now maik what follows. Under our New Hampshire rctrenchor and economist, originally supposed to be the most hide-bound and straight-liced in the United States, not excepting Cave Johnson, the annual expenses of the government have run up to the enormous eum of seventy-five millions of dollars. These, too, are the expenses of the peace establishment of Mr. Pierce, including some annual payments upea a trifling public debt remaining over from his predecessors, the purchase of the Gadsden country, the Texas bill, and olher contingencies. With these data before us it the first two years of Mr. Pierce, can anybody tell what will be the cash ex penses of the last two. provided that he stum bles into a war with Spain. Kogland and France? Among the items of the regular bills of this lost session, three millions have been appro priated fcr the six war frigates, for which three millions were appropriated at the last session. This will lie a round million for each vessel, dou ble the cost of the Collins steamers, while these war frigates arc to be of a smaller size, doubtless inferior in every respect to the Col lins ships . We have no assurance, neither, that a million apiece will fiuish these six war fri- ^ gates at the navy yards. Very likely a dell- j ciency bill of two or three millions more will be required to pot them afloat. And yet oar executive and his organs and toadies, in and cut of Congress, were horrified at their con tract appropriation to the Collins line. It was actually vetoed at first, though finally secured l>y Cc ngret s, in view of the manifest national expedit tcy of supporting this line against the rivaliy of England. There is another item among the incidental appropriations of this last session worthy of m.ticc the Hem of *250,000 to the Know No thing gunboat, nrul scow, or floating light house or hospital, which i* l?eing built at IIo lioken. (t is enclosed with a high board fence, like a menagerie; by contract with the late Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Mason, ss we un derstand It, the government Itself is excluded from Insjiecting this curiosity. All that go vrrnment. has to do is to appropriate the mo ney? twoor three hundred thousand a yeu* ? %s long as necef"*ary. We believe this Know No thing ?ea monster was a sop to Commodore Stoekton, una it ought to have secured the vote of New Jersey for Mr. Tierce at least to the yfar 1&?6. But the Commodore md the Stat? have both deserted the administration, and still this floating marine ho* pital continues under pay. We have also bad some gool job* for the at JtU KfeiuA Ia dm ituM an ui ? the army, and in Indfcp contrasts, lubddles and indemnities? a nice little batch of Galphin claims. Bat the two hundred million acre Bounty Land bill is the crowning triumph. It turns over the bulk of the available residue of the public domain to the speculators, under the pretence of bounties for military services, and subjects all future settlers in our new States and Territories to the mercy of land warrant jobbers. It opens a Geld for frauis and cor ruptions of unlimited extent; and yet this bill was signed by our reirenchiog Mr. Pierce, while the humane measure granting to th-t lu naiis asylums of the several States a bit of land for their support was vetoed, because, God bless us, it was unconstitutional. Such arc some of the results and Borne of the beauties of the Congressional spoils system of this most despicable administration. What a precious schedule of consistencies, retrench ments and reforms is here ! Such arc the re sults of Mr. Pierce's first Congress. His second promises something decidedly better. The people, in the Thirty-fourth have boen choosing a Congress of a totally different quality. We submit to the will of the people. Settijemknt of thb Affair of thf. Black Warrior.? By an article which we publish elsewhere, from the Washington Union, it would appear that the Spanish government have decided that the Cuban authorities ex ceeded their powers in the affair of the Black Warrior, as regards the two principal points of it? the description of tbe cargo and the time allowed for the production of the manifest ? and are accordingly disposed to grant a just indemnity, to be settled when satisfactory proof is taken of the amount ot tho damages. This tardy reparation of one out of a long series of past injuries, in the presence of a l'resh and un provoked outrage on our flag, will no longer avail the Spanish government in adjourning the settlement of those great principles which are for the future to regulate our relations with that country. Matters have now arrived at a crisis which render it impossible for any administration ? no matter how Insensible it may be to our national honor and interests? to accept anything short of full indemnity for past, and solid guarantees against further, ag gressions upon our commerce. Spanish Intrigues in Hatti. ? The advices from Port an Prince, published in another column, arc of an important and interesting character. The arrival and gracious recep tion of a Spanish consular agent by the Hay tien government, had given rise to a good deal of speculation, the conduct of Spain towards the Faustin regime having been hitherto studi ously unfriendly and discourteous, and there being no commercial transactions between the two countries, which required the preseuce of such an agent. It was generally believed that this change of feeling on the part of Spain bad been brought about by her desire to secure tbe aid of the Haytieu Etnperor in the defence of Cuba, or, failing that, to enable her to carry out her contemplated alternative of abandon ing the Island to the blacks, sooner than allow it to fall into the possession of the Americans. The United StateB corvette Falmouth had ar rived at Port au Prince, and from the fact of her having been three days in the harbor with out any salute having been fired, some appre hensions were entertained that a difficulty had arisen with the government in regard to the Knight affair, the details of Which we lately published. ' More Reform? Gamblers Arrested. ? The Major in a thorough going reformer, judging by hi* present acta. Ho presses forward with undiminished energy in the pursuit of Satan and all hie imps. The last onslaught ha< been the arrest and handing over to the Grand Jary of se veral of the most fashionable keepers of gambling hoiues in Broadway. Two of the choicest and lattest canvass back ducks of that class of so ciety have been brought to the hammer. In this movement the Mayor has manfully executed all that pertains to his duty under the laws and statutes in such case made and provided. It now remains for the Grand Jury and the criminal courts to proceed in these matters. But here we have little hope. These fashionable sporting gettlemen have a great deal of influence in political and social circles, equally at Tammany llall and the Fifth avenue. They may be arrested and give bail, but we never expect to see them brought to the bar to pay the penalty ot their misdeeds, and thus further the work of social reform com menced by the Mayor. If we were a sporting character we would be willing to bet five thou sand dollars to five dollars that the announce ment of the arrests Is the last we shall ever hear of them. There are forty or fifty splendid gambling establishments in and about Broad way. as well as dozens and dozens of smaller places scattered over the city. These houses are frequented by the most fashionable men about town? lawyers, merchants, brokers, bankers, editors, clerks, actors, strangers, and others. Thus goes the world. Light Wanted Among the Penny-a-Liners. ? There is a polite Frenchman who signs him self 4,R. de T.," (the initials of II. de Tro ? briand ) acting as theatrical critic or peuny-a lintr to a French journal in this city, und who astonishes the world occasionally by fresh in telligence on the subject ot operatic move ments. With the most profound sin cerity and the deepest pathos he a^ks us what are the terms of the treaty which has been made between the allies of the Irving place Academy ol Music and the terrible Czar of Nassau street. Wo have no objection to give him the desired in formation, provided he will reciprocate by giving us certain important intelligence on an equally deeply interesting subject. We desire, therelore, to inquire most mpectfully into the state of this critic's financial reUtious with his tailor, or the exact condition of his blue book with bis worthy washerwoman, including the , balance in dollars and cents. No doubt the public will bo bursting wvith curiosity until both these important questions shall have been folly answ?red~ but they must hold themselves tight till the informition comes in an official thape. Presidential Discissions? Censorship of | the PR*t?* Profohkd ? The American organ ! at Washington disapproves of the public 1 discussion of the candidates for the next Pre sidential election, on the plea that it is prema ture and impolitic. This is precisely the same policy that Van Borcn imposed on the demo cratic organs and newspapers during the days of his supremacy : and amounts in fact to a pure censorship of the prets ? an attempt by iUiu ImfrcxU&ut* pttcai U* ? American people and newspapers from diecass lng openly one of ibe most important righta and liberties secured to them by the constitu tion ? the right of choosing a man to occupy the chair ot chief magistrate of the Union. We suspect the American organ will find that it is too late in the day to establish a censor ship of that kind on the press or people of this age. More Oyster House Criticism ? Forrest on the Gridiron. ? The war of extermination commenced by the oyster house critics against Forrest, the tragedian, is prosecuted with the greatest vigor, unction and industry. The cause of it has yet to appear. It may be bad oysters, creating a sour stomach, or bad brandy, exciting belligerent propensities, or, peradvcnture, too much lager bier. At all events, the tollowing savage assault of our Fourierite organ upon Mr. Forrest's " Riche lieu" shows that nothing short of his expulsion to " the Bowtry" will appease his ferocious enemies: ? MR. BDWIN F0RUB8T AS RICHELIEU. list uigbt *u performs'), at the Broadway theatre. Sir Lytton Bulwer's play of " Rlcheliiu." Bulwer la a startling example of what, even in an ariitoeratle country, labor can achieve. ? ******* Such wan the polished com tier, the crafty priest, and the ambitious statesman which history port rajs Riche lieu to have been, and sucb wsi the character which Bulsrer, however imperfectly, strove to build up in hi* drama. But such waa not the " Richelieu" which Mr. Edwin Forreet presented to an audience at th* Broadway last night, more beautifully lex* than on the night pre oeding, but still numerous and n*t noisy. Having beard that this character waa deemed by Mr. Forreat's admirer* aa perhaps his chf/ dauvre, we went with no small interest to view the performance, and came away with a burning conviction that in ideal, in elocution, and in action. Mr. Forrest's personation waa not only false, bnt foully so. It Is said that our highest intellects have but one conception, and that run* through every work. With lower intellects, we presume, it is eqnally the same. The same athletic ooaraaaeaa and vulgar Css ion which had desecrated on the night before the autifu) Image of the gentle, thoughtful Dane, pro truded again irom beneath the gown of " Rioheliea." Mr. Forrest labored hard to look tbe Cardinal. There waa the red cap, the simulated cough, and the would-be inllrmlty of age. But the ted cap had a car nival glare, the cough was the old Forrest rattle, and the infirmity of age a farce. The harsh voice and ooarse knit frame refused to own the simulation. In the first act, instead of rebuking "De Mauprat'a" extravagance with tbe dignity of the imperious mini?t*r, Mr. Forrest turn* upon him with the fury of some ruffian master who had caught his servant In a theft. Again, in the third act, wben by the stratagem of feigning death he saves his life, Mr. Forrest looks aa in the throes of stran gulation, ana loses the best opportunity afforded by the play to bring out the crafty genius of the Jesuit. In the 'ourth act, wben, re-appearing among his baffled enemies, rioting in the news of his imaginary death, his countenance should have worn a l?ok of proud majeaty, blended with contempt for aU around him, Mr. Forrest looks precisely as Van Amburgh after a succeasfnl co quetry with some angry leopard ; and when, in ita splen did oloso, deserted by all his minions, he invoke* the t*r rible power of the church, tbe "great tragedian" looked like Si? nor blitz, or sosio such juggler, elevating himself on tbe top of bis toe. with a wondrous consciousness of the cfTect some fearful coujnry was about to work. In so far as Mr Forrest has descended from tbe airy region of calm, lofty thought in which "Haraiet" dwell*, and comes nearer to this dull, coarse earth, In so far is he less offensive. But his action and bis inteUect Bt him for a still lower sphere, and In justice to hl< nature and the beautiful creations which his misdirection of it mara. we mnst still call out : "Away ! go, get thee to the Bowery !" This is a fair specimen of oyster house criti cism, excited to vengeance under the influence of bad oysters. It iB blood-thirsty, ferocious and merciless. It would seem as if this re doubtable author had thoroughly acquainted himself by association with all the horrible mys teries of pugilism, of menageries and necro mancy. He luxuriates among " ruffians,7' cun ning " Jesuits," " angry leopards," and such fear inspiring customers as Van Amlmrgh and Signor Blitz. In looking upon ForreBt, this ex cited philosopher hears nothing but the roar of wild beasts and Indians, and sees nothing but the rowdies and the bloody tragedy of Stonwix Hall. What a clap is here for an elegy or au eulogy upon Mr. Foole ! What a perfect theme would the life and public services of Mr. Paul? afford for the full play of the peculiar instincts, fkney and imaginations of this fierce bntchcr of poor Forrest. Whence comes he? From the Apa ches of the Gila, where they drink the blood of their fallen enemies? or from Captain Canot's section of the coast of Africa, where the van quifhed in battle are roasted and eaten without pepper or Bait ? Why is not this fellow at Se bastopol ? Very well. We give him a hearing and the benefit of our circulation. It will be refreshing, perhaps, to Macready, to learn that Forrest, as the smallest penalty for his " coarseness" and " vulgarity," is at last to be picked off to '? the Bowery." Thk Pkrrt Cokukhi'ondknte. ? We publish elsewhere part of the correspondence which pa?-e<l between Mr. Perry, United States Sec retary of Legation to Madrid, Mr. Marcy and Seoor Pacheco. From this it appears that the last mentioned gentlemen proposed to the United Stated Charge d 'Affaires the estab lishment of a mixed commission to decide on all claims arising on the governments ol either nation ; quoting the cafe of the commission lately sitting at London as a precedent. Mr. Perry appears to have thought well of the scheme. Mr. Marcy, on the contrary, was ob viously of opinion that it would amount to nothing, and that Spain did not even mean to keep her word in proposing it. To this opinion of his chiefs, Mr. Perry demurs in language none the less pointed tor being clothed in the forms ot diplomatic etiquette, and the whole case is now laid before the Department of State. Wc shall see presently what its final fate will be. Tn* SruiNO ? Onr advertising columns show that the world of faahion ia alive with buttle and prepa ration for the openiajr of the spring season. Tae (tore window* in Broadway are Sited with the Intent Parisian modes and the newest styles, and if the woa'her prove* favorable, the (treat thoroughfare will be crowded all da; long with ladies risking the various dressmaking and millinery establishment*. The ''opening," how ever, wiU not be confined to Broadway. In Ctnal, Hud son, and other street*, it will he observed by a large number of store*, and we anticipate an exhibition ef a mere varied assortment of dre**e* than ha* been dis played at the commencement of any former reason. To day is the inauguration of a ne v era in the world of fa?h'on, and before the ruin,; of to-morrow'* sun a grant revolution will take place? pfaceful, it ts true, bdt one in which thousands are a* deeply Interested a* if the fate of a nation were involved. Fobfii,* Cojrsrt*.? The Prssident has officially re^og niied Julius KauOinann as Consul of Saxony, for <}*!? veitor. Tsxas; and Amedee Contnrie, as Consul of Netherlands, for New Orleans. Nailnt Affair* Tur PnuHswr Nx.sirvn.ut, Capt. Berry, sailed at noon > sterday for Liverpool, with 33 passengers. The Nath vUie takes the place of the Pacific for this trip, during which the latter wil] be overhauled. Coroners' Inquests. Sru mr nv Takisc, ?Coroner O'Donne'.l held an iaquett yesterday upon the body of George Haas, a native of France, who committed suicide at his l,*Jg ing*. No. 474 i earl street, by taking a do^e of ar-enic. The deceased had been in low spirit* for many days past, on account of pecuniary difficulties, and on Sunday he purchased a dose of the poison, brought it to hi* lodf lugs, ami there (i rtnk it In a glass of wa'er. in hts pocket was fojou the fallowing memorandum ? "Mr. <5ru?ber, in bn*ine?s at the corner of lt-oom* str?e- and the Bowery, knows my person, lie ca? tell sll sbont 0*OTge Haas. Mv wife Hvee In Baltimore. anl 1 came to New York to set my money fron \puel A Keod I, who owe me tl.iKO. They at Ko M Coit bsm street I also test a roll of mooey, araar.o : .e ?<? ?<o. at Hoboken The loes of this m,L-y Is tUe chief ranse for self doetructioa. " The ts.-eaaod waa about twenty ft ve years ef a*?. and leav?. a wae itaMaikii Muaaaiy eao. THE LATEST ff E W 8* BY MAGNETIC AND PUNTING TELEGRAPHS. iMiAntral of the Atlantic . Saxdy Hook, March 33?1 o'clock A. M. We hare no tiding* yet of the steamer Atlantic, now \\% days oat tttm Liverpool. LaUlt from 'he State Capital. KKFKCT OF THE OOVBBNOJl'B MBBHAOS ? T'iK EIOOU HXMDATION OF TH1 CANAL AUDITOR ? PROPOSER INVKSTIOATIOH OF THE LATE BOW AT BLACK well's I8LAMD? SENATOR OOODWIN ON THE NA* Tl-BALIZATIOK LAWS-OHTOOH TBNUR1CS? AMEND MENTS TO TBI MILITIA LAWS. Albant, March 21, 1855. llie troubles of the session are not yet ended , indeed, the serious ones between the Governor and Auditor Schoonmakeron the one side, and the whig leaders on the other, are just coirnienelng. The message sent in yesterday, urging upon the Legislature to impose tolls on railroad freight. fell like a bombshell upon leidiog men of all parties. The democrats and silver grays are c'lucaliag and snickering, whilst the "wheel horses" of the whig party are filled with consternation. Thii question wiU have yet to be fought during the remnant of the session. Very few have as yet expressed an opinion whether it would be prudent to tax railroad frelgnt. One or two who oppose it, we bear, prefer taxing banks and in snrace company, to raise a portion of the diliciency , others again, are ntong in favor of laying a tax upon the whole people. Something most shortly be done. I The Auditor of the Canal l>e par Ms eat mikes complain* | to the Canal Board, that during *? past year many of the bank* in the weitern part of the State, selected an depositories of canal tolls, have almost exclusively con fined their bulness to paper of short time, tnus divjrt ing u large portion of trade from the canals te the railroads. The forwarder on the canals require* more time to transport hi* produce to those by railroad, but those deposit bank* flii Sing upon canal fund., take the shorter papsr of the railroad forwarders, whilst they reject thelonger time paper offered by persons desiring ^ trwunort on the canals The Auditor, in connection with his state ment submitted a resolution to the Canal Board, ds m. the conduct of ?ueh banks sufficient cause forthe withdrawal and transfer of the deposits from such i tntiona. And, strange to behold, this wise proposition was laid oa the table- present Comptroller Oo?k, inter ested in the*Ballston Bank . Treasurer Spal ling, in the Buf falo banks ; Commissioner FiUhugh, in the Oa wego banks Commissioner Kollet in tne Batavia Bank and Oom missioner Gardiner in no bank. Thi." JMt dis closed by Mr. Auditor Scboonmaker, whieh is new to the people. It was nt ver suspected that the country tonka, soiaraely benefitted by the n?e of the canal deposits, had formed a comblnat'on with tbe railroad interests to use tbe tunds of the State ior the benefit or tne roads and to the manifest injury of the canal revenues. The Chancellor of the Exchequer In the House, if he has any deaire to protect the canals from such diversion of tb&r business, should immediately cause a Uw to be passed authorising, aye, compelling, the Canal Board t? withdraw aU deposits the very Insiant either of those banks make a preference in their discounts to railroad fo. warders over canal forwarders. The Ten Governors sent to the innate a copy of the resolutions which they adopted, and which were pub lished in the papers a week ago, deprecating the drunk enne.s which occurred on Blackwell . Island on the oc casion of tbe legislative visit. Afterlt was read bythe clerk Mr. Bishop rose and remarked, that the Seuate ought to appoint a select committee in reference to t e matter. Th# Ufialeture b#en ?caudalmed '?W whose reporters bad been specially delegated to inch purpose. Ho knew the reports,_ w?>re false, but time is difficulty in making people believe to the contrary. These reports appear, too, ra pap??. the frtLuscind i/ourntfi Uoiwmcrce, that pride them selves highly upon their rerpeotabiity. It is due to our stlves as a matter of self-vindication, to us as public functlonaHes, that the matter should be put right. Mr. Bishop hoped that this would effectually put an end to all suoh visit i, and he felt inclined to say tb*t all appropriations should be hereafter with held Tom all such institutions as tendered invitations of visitation to tho L?Ki*lature. 1 be people ol the West enterUln the beliel that the statements In the papers relntlng to the conduct of Hhe I eglslature during tbe recent visit to New York, were all true, and he hoped a select committee would be ap pmnted for the purpose of pre "Jtlng the whoto pubUc a ti ue statement of the tacts as they reaUy rr d. Mr. Wm. Clark thought it was Intended by the repor ters to make the LegUlature appear as Hdlc? ?l as possible. As for the Satanic pros., no better things were expected flora that quarter. Thebono rab b advocated the select committee, and the motion of Mr. Bishop was agreed to Now for an Governors state that they had no knowledge of lntoxica tlng liquors being on beard the steamboat. Have tiiey soy cognisance of brsnfv, chamnsgne. fcc.. in eertain apartment* on Black well's Island Mr-Bisnop's com mittee must make a thorough examination; the thin* bas gone too far to allow the Governors to e -qape under tbe smoke of their own resolutions. The select com ttittee ir? Senator* Binhcp, Hopkins, and Landing, all of wbom voted for the tcmperance blU of la?* Hessioo. Senatrr Watkini ro*? to a question of privilege. l on i?rved, sir, upon Uklng up the Nkw 5foRK Hi?ALD of yesterday, that some letv?r writer for that neper has taken pietty few Ubert.cs with my name. I have not 1 be paper before me; but sinong other 'binge there ?tated it i? said that I am oa? of the indomitable JW-- tbe^enate. and in favor of Daniel IB. Dkkinvm ior the Presidency. "Well, now, although I don t mean to deny the ' soft impeachment," still, les. froranecea Mty I may be obliged to fall back upon some other man, and consequently appear inconsistent, I wish clearly to define my position. Sir. although I have no very strong proclivities for the Hindoo, stiff, if I am compelled to back down, I very much prefer George law, Sam Hous ton. or even Mr. Fillmore, to any woolly headed whig whose name baa been mentioned ;n connection witu tne Presidency I only ask, ?It, at an act of juitice from thatletu/wnter" (hat the public mind my be dlMbaMd on this .ubject, and my position fairly understood. We give Doctor Watklus the benefit of his explanation, and we only desire to say furtUer, that if the hard de mocrats generally are as anxious for an avallab." candi date forthe Presidency, tbey will solten uosrn very ma teiially, if they abandon Dickinson, and take up either of these gentlemen named by our particular fiiend, tbe Honors ble Senator. , ,, , , Senator Goodwin spoke to bis resolution retiring foreigners to reside In the country t wenty one years before adraittei to full citizenship. One of the largest erowds of Ihe session ga thered on the occasion. Peuator Goodwin occupied I some hour and a half, taking a very widi range on the history of Lhureli and SUte. He concluded at two o'clock, when the audience manifested their gratification by outburst* of applause. The Senate In committee pasted Mr. Putnam * Church Tenure bill, ana upon agreeing to that repor\ on a call cf the ayes and noes, there were only lour or five votes in the negative It wiltl* read a third time to-morrow and sent to tbe House. The long discussion In theSenats will preclude much debate in tbe House, and after a reasonable time will pass thai body also. fc Senator Whitney Las introduced the following staend ment to tbe militia law*:? .... . Section 1. The fourth seellon of artlcls 1, tit!? 4, chap 39^ of tbe laws .1 ISM, ia hershy amended t? rs?d as Mlows:? Wt?n?*er any number of persons, not lets than thirty two, nor more than ttfty, ?uhjeet to lailitla d^ty, shall volusteer, in tbe manner herein presented, to torm a nnilorm emnpsnv in sny refim?nt?l district in whi. h there are not t*n vol J uotecr oonpniM already or^fnized, th?v *hall prs?en { ibeir appHealioa to the comxnand^nt of the rsftflMn? wiiM I who?e bounds they may r^; und, if approved by bitn, he thall ?ith Ibe consent of 'he comoismUut uf the fcrigade, recommend tbe orraniiatioc of such unliorm company to the oommander in ehief. who r.ay thereupon ur?*uUe the tame? provide)' , tb?t no volunteer miliUa company ihsll be b? realtrr orsanised or sustained in this State, unless at lea?t two thirds of the P'?"?? cunn'risinc the ssme. or making ssld happiicatlon, sre citizens of the United Stales hy tirlh. The application for the orsaniiation ol such eomtany shall he swore to by the iieraetis makinf the same, and shall cerlily tfcc elace of nativity ot eaeh applicant; sn.l shall state that the said sn. nlionnts desire to be organised as a company of militia, in conlormity with the laws of this State. All epplieetionefor the formation of volunteer companies of militia shall be filed in the office of the Adjutant General Sec. 2. kviry officer, non commissioned oHeer. raustciin, and pnvste of th? volunteer inlutia of ibis State shall o a citis. n of the Cnltea States. The secret executive see ion to day was a slurt ooe. No conflrtrsticn.t came out of any importunes. Why does the Senate withhold Doctor Th"mp? >n from the i health office? Will Doctor Vocbe, resident physician at Quarantine, vacate to give pla>-e to D ?itor lUrris ' How about the harbor roasters? In tbe slate reads up Are three of the < Id -teaerif, Cnplsln .-vtliult* 'or me. tn be retained f Dees any one know wbe will be the Governor's next private secretary, in case J J Cham hers l? transferred to perform doty ?l? it, the New ^ork docks* Br.w much longer hsve Mat flr-en and Jim Sevens to wait before their fate is known? JhouU th" Governor nominate Scboonmaker, instead of rt. John, for Hank superintendent, it would amount to a -wtaln re bellion in eertsln high <|uart?fs. Hsve a care. in>st potent excellency. II ARDOR MASTKKd KOMIViTf P. Amu.iy, March 21, 1S55. Own W. Ifrennac, New Vork. Oex*ni'?r II. Pchulu. New York. L. W. Brainard, Brook!' n kiatkew L. Green, N?w York. Janie* UrTeoN, New York. Ruben Mnrriy. fenuniaigua. C C. Murietgb, Albany. P.ini?l H?rrlek, Fl?t?nth wnr<l. Joneph Chamber*, I'riTat* Secretary of Governor. DuniK rtUr Nomluallont. NOMINATION* FOB OOVlRfcO*. 1 IKt TENANT U .VEK Hon, *c., in mioo* T8i,?i?r>. Paovroanca, \iar:b 51, 1SJJ. The following nomination* weie mad* thi? evening by the democratic convention ? For Core t nor, Amrri-un V. I'otter, of PrftvIdMM; for I. entenant Governor, Nicholas Brown of Warwick; for Secretary of fttnte, Afa Totter, of South klagiton . for Atloroey General. Walter 8. Burg**. of f'raaiVM; fcr f-ta?e Trea?ur?r, Na'iian H?mir.*tt, uf Newport; for Feprewntative 1o CoDfreae, l-'**t?rn H.itrict? thorn i* of North f'ro-vlrtenee ; Waetern IMntrtct ? Benj. J. B. 1bur?to?, of H< pklnton. NOMINATION roi! *T*TK SENATOR in OOKKtCTIVrt. Ntw Hayks, n?rcti 51, 18 tk. Fre<??rirl? CroewrH. K?q , ?a? nnmiratod i >r Mat* ,'frainr (rem thi? dlatnct py the democratic convention today. The Xtw Tfrnjuani* Un of qouaiknartta. P.j?Ti>*, March '21. Hf>5. Later from Havana, ABBKT OV TO AMERICAN liUVSOL AT 8AAVA New Ohl^ath, March iO, 1865. The *t?*m*hlp Biaok Wimr kt. art. red u thi* port with dates from Ha vans to the l:tU I art. Mr. Tbeu|.son, the United States Vfce Consul, it f?|U, bid been *rr. ted anl ?)*,? ;ht to Ht.a <a. Th? Island still oo?ti? nrd In ? etate of rec? lh??. n-??e?4*? "?tP^'or?ii linwi In force, but it WU thought th*t t. u aiutb pen, it y would moat proba bly bo roaiittel. Particular* of tint Uipl*>ion at the X.'dlo tniun < 'oji Jiiu. aun'.on, Mir.-!, 21 1H55. A '%ip*4eb f'ow Pi'htooTi'l gtv*s u< th? ftiB of the> tp od'oo at J,c j; dl it mi coalpits, 'a Clin -tt,<l<t. Thirty dour perils v?ie iu?tant'y klLed, lusludia,; tmnt)'*idi' ''f ?? s Mid nit whits tfi; ".no t*<?lv- ne (fTc*f ?ad ft?e vbl'* jer?>ns 4<ff to Orraeu iU?,t bat three or U.ui oi ? i.ea\ <*?u po<*lbly t* :o??r. ?the pits were couildertd perfectly hits, trim loul air. but in making a blu?t, an eld shaft, *iiikta? ?ccid'*u t-illy, crashed, from which poured forth a volaui* uf jj?* that became igutted. Tte expiation caused tbe earth for mile* around to wave and roct liko a twig in the wind. Orer one hun dred white miners were fortunately out of the pit at the time, tvery effort was made to re-.cue those that were alive. Dead men were lound with the lletih charred to their bon*r holding shovel*, pi"ks and drill* in thelr hant'H. Tbe 1 ?h on iho?e still alive is burned to the bone, (in if It had been r. :mted. The pitx are seven hun dreil und seventy feet deep White pertonn killed. ? Thomas Dunn, John Evan*, Samuel Oouldin, J aha loiter, Jonathan Jewett. Wound ed ? John Howe, Manuel Uuot, Nicholas Ham and Thoi Kennedy, .w Legislature of New Jer*ey. t'AhtfAOE Of PPP.OIAL BANK BfI.L.8. Tiuorrox, N. J., March 21, 1855. Tbe following special bank bills were passed in tht* House to-day, with the stockholder liability >? Jlounl Holly Bunk, (recharter' : Cumberland Hank. (recbarter) -r Farmers ' and Mechanics' at Camden, (new bank); Bur lington County Bank, at Medford, (recnarter): Farmers' Bank of Hunterdon, (uew bank); Sussex Bank, at Mew ton, (recharter) ; Newark City Bank, (recharter): New ark Banking and Insurance Company, (recharter); Mor ris County Bank, (lecharter); Burlington Bank, at Bur lington City, (new bank). A number or other* are yet to coese up, and all have to repass the Senate. It Is thought they will all pans. Tbe Canadian Military Bill. Qt KBEC, March 21, 1855. There was no division on tbe military bill in the House, la*t sight, the Rous* hiving adjourned at midnight, la the midst of a * irm debate. The bill is bitterly opposed by the " rouge " or annexation party in Lower Canada, and by a small soctlon of the Upper Canada reformers. It i ll occupy the whole sitting this evening, and will pass by a considerable Majority. From Norfolk. iVBVMT OF TH1 JAMESTOWN? XABINB 1)!HASTKB. Norfolk, Marcu 31, 1866. A survey has been made of the Jamestown, and she is declared to be in good condition for a three years cruise. She will aocordingly be immediately refitted, tor sea. The schooner Mary Powell, from New Vork for Wil mington, is ashore on the coast near Wilmington, Some hopes are entertained of getting her off. Conflagration* . FIRE IN 1ROCKVI LLE, K, T. Watkktow.v, N. Y., Mareh 21, 1854. Two brick stores in Brockviile, owned by CoL Bradley, and occupicd bv Mestra. Cathcart and Young, were de strojed by fire fast night, with almost all their contonta. The building wee Insured for 81,20a, aai Mr. Cathcart had an insurance of 82.000 on his goods. I'lBE IN LAWRBNCB, MAM. Lawkevck, March 21, 1865. A large building, on the corner of Jackson and Essex streets, was destroyed by fire last night. The building was principally occupied by stores. Among the chief sufferers are &. O. Burgess, William Walker, Williain Hutchinson. and John Wnsleu. Strike of Factory Operative*. Mam 'hktxr, N H., March 21, 1866. A larg* number of factory operatives are o i a strike in th 9 city, owing to a change of tbe hours of labor in tbe mills. A procession, with music, passed through the streets last evening. The motto of the operative* is the "Ten Hour Bvstem," though they manifest a willing nets to work eleven hours. Excitement In Providence. Hrovidkicic, March 21, 1855. A foolish attempt ban been mad* to get up an excite ment about a young lady of this city, said to be confined in tbe convent of tbe Sisters of Meri-y here. There b no foundation lot it, except that a lady has joined the Sif ters sgainst tbe urgent wishes of her friends. De ath of an Editor . Locki'omt, Mareh 21, 1864. Orsmus Turner, editor of the lx>ckport Democrat died tt is morning of pleurisy. Tbe Oblo River. PrrrwBCRo, Mareh 21, 1856. There is now but nine and a half feet of water ia th* char nel of the Ohio river at this point, and th*? fall stilt continue*. Lake Navigation. .. _ Oawwio, March 21, 1856. The ptjpeller St. Nirbolu left here thin moraine for~ Toronto, with merchandise. The weather U fair. Movement* of 8oath?rn Steamers* ARBIYAL OF *U? KNOXVILLI IT S&VANN1B. ^ ? SiTAKjrAH, March 20, I8.'>6. Tho steamship Knoxville amnd here to-day, after a psuage of fifty eight hour* from New York, with all oa boaid well. ARRIVAL OF Til* JAMK9 iPOni AT CBARLKSrON. Chaiubtox, Marco 20, 1856. The United State* Ball xt. amsiiip Jamee Adgtr, Capt. P. C'. Turner, arrived here from New Yo?k at 7 o'clock thi* (Tncaday) morning. Market*. PHILADELPHIA ROCK MARKET. I'miladku-hu, Mar:h 21, 1865. Mcn*v 1* *a*y to day, and *tick* are steady. We quote Heading at 42>tt i Murria Canal, 16: Long I aland Hallroad, 17: Pennsylvania Railroad, 45 ?? i'-wne jlrania fctate live*, i9f(. New Orlul vb, March 19, 1656. The rate* of freight* for cottoa in oar Market, to Ha vre, we quote at &c. New Oruux*. March 20, 1985. Our rutton market 1* firm. The pale* to-day foot id 3,010 bale*. Personal Intelligence. Tl.e Archtishop of New Orleans embarked at Havre, on the 23d of February, on board of the Ametican ahlp Serampore, bound to Now Orleans. ft nor Don Jojo Manual Tirado, who ha* for -oma time pa*t r< presented the l*eruvlan republic near the govern ment ol the United Mate*, ha* received leave to return home, and. in coB*eqnence, prevented hi* letter* of re eall to the President on Saturday laat. On the oaine dav Senor Don Juan Y. de Oataa, who rmerlv occupied the poet ol Charge d'Affairea of Peru in the Potted States, preaented At* credential* to the Secretary of State accrediting liim in the aamo character. Mr*, hanimrn, the venerable widow of President liar ri.K.n, has recox-red her usual health. arrivals. At the Metropolitan lintel? II >u Pierre Soale, late P 8 Mi nister to Spain, Hon Eduinnd tturke, NewHampihire; Uon J Wadaworth, lluflalo; W ?' Raliton, Panama; Ihoi L Wyatt, Itnltiui -n ; .1 II Sturgeon, Sulut Louis; 1' 11 Richmond, Fr> vldence; A Partridt.-, H'stnn. At the Irvine llouae? (ien V^nderhnrgh, S/racusa; H B Nones, Jr, U S N ; I)r Djott, Philadelphia; Col J Thompson N> wpirt, R I; Win C'aison, ( l.'llir othie, Ohio: t.'ol II Favo rite, Indiana; Sehnstina l> Lawrence, New Iwadoa; John White. boMon, Ma?s; J I' Bowman, I.ealn -too, Mo; II J Irust, Wooster, Uhlo; t'jru Porle, Wilmington, l>?'. V'r m Useioa Aj r?". in kaik Oliver J Hayes- Mr Risai* J A kin* 1 rem Maysraet, PR, in hark Roanoke-- Don Jet* da la Pence. Iron Maitlla, in ship Modford-Geo Bartlelt, Thos Rice, seaman. From Rio Janeiro. In ship Tejnea, at New Or.' ana ? Df W Stewart, <>f New Tork. 1'rain I'ernaml ncn, in ship Oeo Harris? Join Tbompeoa and lady. LBTARTTHKH. 1 or Liverpool, in the ateanisuv Nashville? M?. Ohas Law sou and lady, Captain Downlnj, J. Ooetz, Mr. Stintinger an<( t idy, Mra l.j'i^eonitK, Mr. P?Ok. Saml Cropp-r, F. lit. can ria, A. Mi Kmlcy^ Mr* Ko>? Uiicy N. Y.; John R llm/h ton. M m l*i 1 1 ?- n . Maine: A h Thompson, Jiiun* llarl>-w P. Uaiie and daughter, .V V.; Mr. Oarnot, of .Nvrwav; KJ ward BeJann, Metleo: I?. Singleton, Ireland; l.oni' A. Fried, S Rndrigtiei and FerJinandes, N. Y.: P. Drunitn, Naw Or leanr; K. Gilmora, Livcrpoul; Arthnr Janfton. Illinois; .??? < sracuiie, >. V.; Win. liarnett'-a, Ale>, .~<inrl\ir, 'letta. ( apt. Yi C. Stout, R Tronhkt, Philadelphia; ?. U. Gilbert t hi. ago: ham. II Hollnook. Main*. Ftr Sa>aiiHSk, iblh* rtoaiuablp riorida? T W Ma'brWf. J II Weeka, B J ac K -on ,1 A hnoth, I'h^rlea S ll'lVo, MT (? Moody, ?; R HarVer Toiinkjle, James Oic.k^ in, S D Di. k son, fc M Covrilrcy, !? H?', KG Thoaipsoo, ll M'llrld', Ur A I. Sanda ,ii.dMd>, On r?? I' l.o\?land. C Kom, Oeorg* I Pnllrc lnlelll|(rnre. ciiAkug of .^Horurrnto. Two very respectable looking (ema'e-. omx l Xiarj Ann Trablne and F.llra Parker, were arres'.e i y< iMrlay officer Maynard, rf the I'lfth watd pt i ??, churned with bavin* stolen a l-ro -be sb wl vanned a'. t :o, fruaa tl'0 *1ote of Kearn Bmthi r?, No. 42.? iirovl'<ay, i licac cr?ed, It i* alleged, went to M?e a'Jre .n <)u? i*lon. and, und?r jitetence of making >me purc'uaee, s??-o< l*1 la *ecr*ting Ihe b*wl. The clerk, however, maaed the article betore tln-y bad made their exit from l?ie *tire, aid going up to them pi liteiy, informed tl>em that he was quite certain that on* of thera hal ttale ?otn? ni' take nbout the ownerebip ?>f the irtirhe. rha d'tlcia w.ts cjoUji prwluced from under the ?ha el of one ot tie female*, who, maVloif '.rao, v?ry bad e * ?*? I : relation to the curious aeenrran' e, waa banded i,v?r tT offle<r Mavnard Justice t.oonoiiy thought pt"per to loc!v tliem up In dsfaiJt of t&'u bail. CHAIIUK Uif OR WD LARCENY. Two men, ramed Alexander MoCarthj*aad 'ieoiye M??r. risoo. were arreattd j eateid* v by ofliMt Ha.ey, of the ^evsnth ward police, charged wrtli bat .se *t .l"< a quan tity of pit * *nd needle i, rK],,od it 990, the pr i)?arty of Jsniee Hook*, of ft (ateefle ' tre-t. rhe e< ?.pU nant, wt e la a pediar, alleges ilut wtaile nia wvron ?** >und 'B c la the street 4be ?ecae?d tadt ay, ?d?m. km M>a a t war**, u4 flat* ike ab?v* M |oe*U,

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