Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 16, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 16, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW MORNING * _ ... , I m ths4 Mr YORK HERALD. /J^rrr: ' ~ ?? ?? - EDITION-MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT* ! i Details of ffwo Weeks ffews from California. $168)643 in Gold Dust. TBE 3UBK LAW in THE UMftUTOTLE. Opinion of a Distiller ou the Liquor ' Law. RESUMPTION OF PAGE, BACON & CO. More of* the Affairs of Adams & Oo. A IKW BUNTMT Or CM?KE8gRHV. Summary of MEbring Zfews. CITY GOVEmnEltt OF saii fimwckw to be I ABOLISHES. Death nud Funeral of Capt. T. B. Cropper. AFFAIRS in CENTRAL AMERICA* Marriages, Births and Deaths. MARKETS. <fcc., Ac., Ac. The Accessosy Transit Company '? steamsWp Northern I.ight, C?pt. ?. L. Tinklepaugh, arrived yesterday in seven day n and two hoars from Saa Juan del Norte, with pMMapii and treasure from San Francisco, per steamship Cortes, March 24. The Transit route is in excellent condition, the river being high and the country perfectly healthy. But li tile- has been done in the interior of Central America since the death of Chomorro. Munos, the leader of a former revelation, and the ablest general In the conn try, has taken the command of the democratic army in I<eon, which consists of about 2,000 men, and is drilling them in anticipation of an attaek by the legiti mists under Corral, who has an army of 8,000. It is reported that 160 c|f Col. Walker's emigrants left San Francisco about the 14th ult. in a small vessel for Central Amtries. Walker himself and two other vessels were to leave immediately , his preparations having been made with the greatest secrecy. They wi l join Gen Hun os if pofsible, and may effect "important change* in the affairs of Nioaragua A valuable coal mine has been discovered about 26 miles from San Joan del Norte and within a mile or two of the coast. The coal is said to be of a very superior quality and in great abunlaace. It Ilea within the grant claimed by the American Co. The following is the specie list of the Northern Light Wells, Fargo * Co. New York 660,242 W. Seltyman fcCo. New York 21,160 Boss, tdlconer. h 0o. Mew York 10,681 J. Wyinaa S Oo. New I?tk 1,670 B. Wolfe New York 6,800 Dmel k Co. Philadelphia 60,000 Newhouae & Spate Philadelphia 10,000 Thomas Wateoa & Sons Philadelphia 10,000 Total $168,643 We are iadefcted to Mr. Thomas E. Hatch, purser of the Northern light, to J. W. Sullivan, of the San Fran cisco new* depot, and the expresses of Wells, Fargo & Co., and the Pacific Express Company, for files of San Fran ? cieco j.ap*:-e. The oew* we < brought down on the Pasiflc side by the ateemship Cortes, which waa under the eommand of llr Burns. * The steamship John L. Stephens, with the_psssenge? and ma la which left New York Feb. 2Cth, arrived at San Francisco March 16th. Toe Uncle dam, with the passen gers which lift this city Feb. 27th, arrived at San Fran cisco on the 2Sd of llarch. The recent excitement connected with the bank *x ploaioos sad subsided into a perfeet calm, and San Fran cisco ?ud all California was as quiet as the quietest of the New Kngland States, The Leg?!ature was drivtnir through many important bill*. A Prohibitory Ltquor law had passed to be ea ?ros?e<i m the Aaeembty, it is very similar to the Maine law, but it a xcepts from its provisions the native wines of the State. The Legislature would pribably district the State, and order a tew election of Congressmen. It waa btlieved the Supreme Court at its next session would declare the Superior Court of San Francisco an unconstitutional court. W. A. Cornwall. Secretary of the Senate, had been ex pelled irom nis office, on account of Insulting language to one of the members. A hi.' I lo prohibit gambling was receiving the favor able cnn*ideratlon of the Legislature. A bill to provide for the survey and construction of a wagca ioaa from the yacramento v Alley to tie eastern boundary of the State, wus under discussion in tha as-, . sembly. ?be bill appropriates 6100,000 for the construc tion of tr.e toad. Page, Bacon k Co. h*d advertised to resume on Thurs -day, Match 29. The condition of the other banking in stitutiooi had not changed. The mint of San Francisco was closed for the " annual settlement.'' It would probably remain closed for a month. An extensive smuggling operation was undergoing in vestigation. Some two hundred cases of Havana segars, which wore in course of passage through the Custom Bouse upon a fake .nvoiee, sworn to by St. Loeky, Levy r A Co , l a l been stizeJ, and were in the hands of the United states authorities. The value of tn? invoice is invariably estimated at irom 630,000 to ${0,000. John K. Robinson, the ex-savings' banker, had been indicted under the statute for defrauding his creditors K? sumption of Page, Bacon Oi Ce. Mew r? , Page, Bacon & Co., as will be seen by the fol lowing sard, nad given notice tha'. they intended to re sume their business on the '29th of March : ? San Francisco, March 24, 1865. We desire to notify our friends and the public that we shall tesusae our businers on Thursday, the 39th inst., at our uew banUpg bouse, corner of Clay and Battery street?, where we shall be happy to see all our eld friends and customer? . PAGE, BACON & 00. lhf Affair* of Ail*m? & Co. TBI R1M0VAL OF THE FCNP8? OAHD 1B0M THE RBOBITKB. It appears by ft card published by Mr. Fredrick Bil 'it ltd March 16, 18:5. that on tbe nijht of the 'lb 1 February, the firm, of which he U ft m?inber, obtained from tbe .louse of Adam* k Co. th? ansa of 910.000, as ? retaining fie for ttelr nrrlcei la the emergency (a which house wn placed ? an amount whleh his partner. Mr. Part, observes, " considering the Iraport ?noe of tbe case. waa certainly ft r**son%ble one." ' In the ram* card Mr. Billing* disclose* the fait thftt on the panio night, and after he had tbna been retained, ' fciuJ1<1 Mr. Klny. Mr. Cohen, ?n 1 other*, removing the goiJ duat acd coin Into a wagonon Merchant street.' No etplftofttlon hftylng beun given or even auggested by Mr. lulling*, of tbe reasons that dietate.1 the removal of Adam* A Co.'s fond*, hla communication ha* been made the bail* of an nrt'e'e In one of the morning pn perr, in wfclch tbe worit construction la put on th* tran.-?ct on, and tbe worst motives are liMbuted to all ?who were concerned In it, eapecUUy to myself, as the >oBcIal rtctiter of tho property. It la truft that on tbe night of the Md. the goll dual ?*W coin wrm removed by roe from tbe vault* of Adam* ft 0? to ft place of greater security. Thla rtmoval wa* coo?ii?t*d a oroftr and Jedisious atep, m vitw of the **clt?ir.?nt whtfta tbe announcement on the mirrcw of tbe failure of t!so hocae of Adams k Co., could not fall , ? to produce. What actuary transpired at doiora might hare occurred Let#, had the fund* not beeu remored from the immediate vicinity of tho banking bouse. The book< of Adama k Co. will show tho amount they kadon base when 'he snapension took place. For that an>r.uDt f an ready to aocount whenerar required by ary proper author. ty to do so. Thexe are gentlemen In this cUy of the hlghfst rcp^taMlity, in no way con* nected with Ada mi & Co. who, when called on as wit nesses * ill testify as to ?he disposition that was made of tie fauoa, ae- will fthow thftt the obioct w?s not to defraud crfcUora, butt# protocttbft fund for their be JMfit It is ftbio insinuated In the paper refetred to, that be fw tho failujn, I was Interested in the Arm of A lama A -Co , and that I rtn prftferty which recently Vlongod to tl:?t Arm. The tt thtst Inatnuat ocs 1* \hf second Is true to t*M extent, and no .urther that some 1*m> 'ast fall I taught property from James King. . of Adams A Co., tor whlcn I paid ft full prlaoatthe time of purc'naio. ... ( would otaerrt, in 'OiicluMo?, tbat while I connuer it no p?rt of mr dutj r^ipon^ to ever j Insinuation, . or to mlenr* ev^ry run>*>T conducted with my aJmlals tralion ol the nluura of A lms 4 Co., I am rcatljr am', willlrg at a'.t ilaii *, when 6lreet*fl 37 any competent autliortt r, to idre ? fell ac.1 parMcu'*: acrcuat of ft'.l ? 1 - ? - ? ? ? ? *,9 vh.-e. t i',4 nf *U~h 1 "lit r ' V FHEP A CCITEJf ?Ihftfewo??lof co'.n, ic'd dttr:t ft^d budlen re* the liri of A-*tui? k Co , mi **.? fit of tae "td ? t., to ? piace?f feeurity, tu mad* ? ? m<t?su re o' jr%t?-iti'>n, u? t be advice of the unAWsfgned, and with their full knowledge. KIOBNK CA3BERLY, U. 1>. JINKS. KDWARD P FLINT. 8xk FxjuroiBCO, Much 19, 1985. Death of Cap*. T. II. Cropper of Uu Steam atilp cortes. We lura from the Baa Frnnei?ro Herald that Capta/a T. B Cropper, take commander of the Nicaragua Compa ny 'a ateauer Coatea, expired on the 22d March, alter a lit gtring illnesa of nearir three month*' d'. ration. Karly la !?!? Captain Cropper cnof* the profession of a sailor, and after a aevtr* apprenticeship, waa, at the age of twenty years, plaoed in the command of a ship <'?iling out o! New 1 ork. His skill and energy an a navlgntor too d j irocvrHi for him tit ecommand of a first clasa packet ahip, 'he New York, of the "Black Ball" line, plying be tween N? w York city and Liverpool. Although blessed witli a fair portion of worldly wealth, and surrounded by every tie that renders life precioui to maa, Captain Clipper waa unw^lHng to abandon bia profesaion, and ces rii g 10 visit California, he accepted his late com mand, wan Eg bis amily in New \ ork city. Beloved -ml rerpected in every relation of life, his decci/ie will be lairen*ed by all wbo knew bim. It is stated that toe wile of tbe deceased ia expected to arrive hare in the ?te*mer tacle Sam. It may be consoling to the friends of Captain Cropper to know that duiing hit illnesa he received every attention that friendship aad kindness c<>uld gii||sat. The funeral ceremonies of the late Capt. Cropper took p'ace on the 23d of March. The cortege, headed by the Masonic fraternity and Kendall's brats band, proceeded from tlie building of the Nicaragua Company on Sacra mento ttrtet to the Trinity Church on l ine street, the band plsvinp a soleirn dirge /luring the march. The pro cession was one of the largest and most respectable evar Ften in our streets, comprising from eight hundred to one thousand of our most valuable c>tixea*. At the door of 1he church the body wan received by the Rev. Mr Wi att, who recited tba beautiful service of the dead ai- the coffin was borne up the aisle, the organ pealing forth at the same time a requiem. The clergyman then ccmmtcctd reading the services appropriate to the oo caHon, whieh were listen^ to with tfc-j utmost attea tion by the large audience. Th* exercises were closed by the' singing of the hymn "Pe ace, troubled MM," by He choir. The pivccssion then took up the lixif of march for tie Lone Mountain Cemetery, as the pigeaot pasted through our ? treats, it attracted much at tention The funeral was very solemn, orderly and qolet. The following is a progtauvma of the procoxsion: ? Band. Moscnic Brethren of Monnt Moriah Lodge No. 414. F. A. M. Masonic Fraternity of other Lodges ia full regalia. Rev. Dr. VSyatt. Attending Physicians, Dr*. Stout and Guna. Fall Bearers. Captain* C. P. Patterson, Captains J. H. Spring, J. L. Wright, jj Brcwn, F. W. Macondray, S Kelson, Wm. McMichael, ? Erskiee, R. H. Pierton, u R. Waterman, A. M. Burns, H Wm. Howard, And six Brothers of And aix Brothers of Monnt Morlali Ledge. Mount Moriah Lodge. Chlet Mourner*, in Carriages. O. Garrison, W. 0. Smith, S. Wise, J. Wiie. Officers of the Nicaragua Steamship Company. Officers of the Pacific Mall Steamship Company. Officer* of the steamship Cortes. Friends in carriages and on foot. Xhe legislature about to Aballih the Olty Otovernment of Son Fraui clsco. The following report from a majority of the city dele* gation of Sail Franciaco bad been presented In the Lcgii latuie:? The majority of the delegation from San Franciaco have Bven notice taat they will at an early (lay introduce a bill abolish the offices of Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of San Franoiaeo. and repeal all laws, orflf BABcea, aad chart* is under whioh tlie city haa heretofore been governed , and to appoint a Board of Trustee*, who ahall bare the fall maaagf mcnt of the finance;, Ac., aad all other affair* of the city. Mr. Turtle moved to ad{, "aad to wiad ap the aflain of taid city." Blelgge, the San Francisco Forger. We befcre arnonnced the arriral of Metega in Tales haana. Chili. The Saa Franciaco Herald says that ke* fojo the conclusion of the voyage, sued waa the agony and mental torture which Melggs suffered, that his hair became completely silvered, and he now has xhe appear ance of a very old a Ma; and also that oa his arrival at Talcahnana, he had only $5,340, and that that sam, togetl er with the lark America, which was chartered to carry flour between Rio and Taicahoana, constitute at pre. test the entire of ula worldly property. The America was cot detained for two days otr the Farallouee, as ru mored after the flight from San Francisco, but on the contrary, a very favorable wind sprung up immediately after tbe America pnt out to sea, which soon plaoed the Meipgi ?t beyond the reach of pursuit. We have tiro been '.nfoimad that it ia Meiggs' intention to ? rite to Pan Fmneiseo by the first opportunity, and give a de tailed statement of the amounts forged by him? ta* causes which led htm into the commission of tbe crimes, th* rec< ll'cticn of which now weighs so heavily upon Mm ? aid also tbe names of his accomplices, and those n bo aided, nxged and sustained him ia his nefarious ceaijns. The Maine JMqnor Lair. ITS INJIRIOUB EFFECTS TO THK AGRICt 'LTtTR A f, intekistb of California ? a bihtillkb's OPINIONS. With?n tUe past four month* we hare invested fifty thousand dollar* in building* and machinery for the mpnvfocture ot comeitic bquor. We are daily con Fom tjj eighteen thousand pound* of wheat Mid barley in making whiskey. From thl* amount of grain our pi or Action of liquor is, a ?y? one thou*and gallon* per In addition to our fifty thouaand dollar* perma nent iue?traent in building* and machinery, wo employ *Uty -lioussnd dollar* mtore to carry on the boeineas. From the feed or olTal of the diitillery we feed two t>>oa;and hog* asd one hundred and *ixty oxen. Our pietent capacity for dlHtilltng grain make* a market for, ray. t*o nundied and fifty hog* per week, provided we feed begs wholly. We require and employ conataatly tbirtv-two laborirg men, and consume fiitr dcllar* worth of wood daily to carry on the wsrks, and caoaot work h> a Ivantfge at a bin expense. Beside*, our die tilieiy, there are tevsral more in the .State, recently built ana in proc*.?n o! completion: but. a* we are not acquainted with all the piopretors. we at preaent could no' nay what tbelr outlay may be in buildings and raa cir.neiy. yet we will venturr an eitlmate, ana will not make it toe large. Bay Two distilleries in Marysrille, $20,000 eaoh t44>,000 One ci*Ullery in baa Jo*e 30,v00 Six distilleries in San Francisco 306.000 ?' $375,000 1h*?now* three hundred and seventy- fi re thousand dollar* atthia Hme in buildiaga an J machinery for the mauutacture of domealic liquor*. Add to tnat the nam? amount invested in brewene*? and probably much more ?enough, at any rate, in our opinion, to make the total investment ia distilleries and brewerie* seven hundred, and filty thousand dollars. The lrke sum 1* required, at the lowest estimate, to ?tcek and carry these establish ment* ale Eg. and employment of, say, two hundred and lift* laboring men caily. Tbe average consumption of domestic (distilled) li quor*' in California for tbe last four year* Has been fall ' five tbcu? and gallon* per day. lo produce that amount ' of liquor here will abaorb one hundred and ten thou sand pounds of barley per day-; and to supply the malt liqncr* for tbe State will requit* a* much nwe ? making two hundred and twenty thouaand pound* of barley per cay. Another con.' i'lerat-or ? barley or wheat make* a bet ter, purer and more healthy liquor than rye or corn, ss th?y are a mm e delicate grain, and spirit* from them are nearjy devoid of that rancorous flavor which always exhts In liquor extracted from rye or corn, an tbe latter COLtnlns more of the essential er vegetable oik It U fair to presume that there win not be lei* thsn thl* estimated amonnt of docaesttc spirit* and malt liquors consumed per day in this Wtate. That being tbe case, we think It is better tbsi oar farmers should -tup ply the grain than the Ohio larmer, especially a* we make bitter liquor than w? caa import, aad also re lain several millions of dollar* per annum ia our far- i mera' band*. In addition to the foregoing, remark*. It would be well to Icon a little to our agricultural intero*ts, prospect - ively, a* we hold it* Micce*? and proepertty hioges on tbe'mannfactnre of liquor*. At thl* prevent time, pro bably there 1* Lot a seaport ot any magnitude In the world wfcere bread*tuil? aro a* cheap aa in Ban Fran cisco. and it ia v*ry likely to remain *o, aolees the die t Ihng ?1 our grain into liquor 1* allowel. rhia day. ttere are thou and* of tacvsof a* ^ood wheat a* ever grew ly.Bg in the warehouses of San Fraoeiaco, wbich would'not *?I1 in any quantity at two and three quarter centeptr pound. when the "am* wooat would retdily *eil at four oent* in New York Barloy ia the same ratto. It may to caked. why Is thl*? Tbe reasons ar* plain and obviou* Th?ro are no reliable market* bat Kuropt or the Atlantic coast. The diataoce i* *o great and the freight so bigh, we cannot ?hip tns grain As all the'gcod ships that come her* can readily ,T?t ' cliRtttr* to China, haa? Indiea, or down the cowl, for copper ore or guauo, at rates equal to twenty-five dol lar' p< r ton from hereto New York or K.orope. That makes tbe freight a one on grain ene and one<|iit*ter cent* per pound, tSen the in-urance, interest on length of time, and the great liability to dams-?*, positively Srohiblt* our exporting rraln. unless we buy it no low kit ocr :?rir?rs become ruined and abanOou th? soil. If this Mate should ever bo enabled to export her grain, there is bat one mod* t iat can be relies agon a* permanent, and that is to diatil It into spirit* and sbip it ?* such to N*w Tork or Franco. It moat b* borne In mtnd, to efTftct our purpoce In exporting our grain, we must reduce the bulk or weight. Now, a sack, of barley j weigh lg one hairtrod pounds, calculating dead weight ? td twenty-five dollar* par toa. wuld be one dollar and 1 went ? -five canta to New Feel; that eae hundred roaa? of barley will produce, *ay fivegalloa* of liquor, 1 and that liquor can be nan up to ninety p*T cent above pioof, (which U a tbiif will known among spirit male* 1 ?r?.) But to hare it elcarly -iderctood, *pfrit* caa be made *u *1r?ng that yon caa pat on* gallon aad ninety, one liundre Itha of a gallon ia one gafSen hulk- aad by no doing, you reduce the weight, a* Am mora volatile the Jqcor the leas weight. To make it etear, *ay a tack of tar ley prodacta five gallon* of llqocr. aad thirty fight sack* will proJace on* buudrod aad ataety gallon*, you ciicp >ct the liquor to one hundred gallon* balk, being n!*??V pet cent eboro proof, a* i* uaCenrto'Ml; tbs* leaw* tte proOace of thirty -a%ht sack* cf barlrv r*? ce'-traU J in a ea*'* of one hundred gallcc* b*la . and we ghiog not to * ne-sod e'gbt hundred pound* at *;weot) ? 0?* '*o'J?r? per toa. maia* tl# freight ot 'Jquor te? i collars; wkitm. if it >u is the grain, it would amount to forty-**v*n dcllars and fifty xnta, at the came rat* of f wight. U may be said that the package to contain our ; liquor will eoHt 00 muafa k?r? that we cannot do it; but we can *bow Uuit the barrel wOt cost auch load than the seeks to contain tUe grain. In Santa Cf us county, we have as line oak timber for atarei ai rr4r grew in Ohio, and it ia in great abundance, and then are m* thine* for mak sg batr-la ia thi* State that are a* ***eaCally labor saving. that call 8 can be produce* nearly ?a cheap bert) as in t he State of Ohio. In the cereal*, barley and wheat aretsie *taptoe-6f Cili fornia, and at thi* time there ia a surplus of t*? ytar's frowtho( barley to lap on to the gaming crop, jail six month* Thi* last fall and winter, the increase of ground cuitiva'eo in tbeee graina ia one quarter mora tbau any preceding year, 'the a*aa?n thus far hat. be*n exteedingly favorable to growth, and it la now so far advanced it lender* our prospective crop very certain or a good growth alia abunaant yield ; and if distilling grain should be prohibited, the end of next harvest will sse barley so low in price that many farmer* will not go to the expemte of harvesting it. We have n> hesitation in savin t, ll the legislature will let the distillers aloM, t liia Stale will exi*>rt har gram wfthln one year both to New Yrrk and France in the shape of liquor. With a proportionate increase of cultivation in lbOO, this Stat* will export a* much domestic liquor in the twelve mouths as the has imported fo* the entire laat four jeers. It i* not maov month* since an order ia council of the French Cabinet removed their duties on foreign Liquors aud the conaequvnee ia tbat large shipments of spirits have gone from New York to Franoe, and atlU continue to go. And doubtless France will require to be supplied from t}ie Lmted States with common liquor lor a lon< time a- it is u w til Known fact that the baais of their liquor production is the grape, and the vine ia all Southern Europe he* betn uecaving for the last two years, and it will requiie at least three years more to resuscitate it. We co not object to the us'jinlaturt passing the Main* or Prohibitory liquor law. piovhied it cm bemide ope rative. and positively exclude all liqnor from the State; but we think tbat can hardly be done. If it can, we will not ccmplain of the act* of the Legislature. We are qnito willing t> lose nil onr investment if every person in the Stat* will positively abandon liquor. It would be ytjy btrd, however, for ua manufacturers to be stopped ?no allow tie Uvited States to admit liquus* through the Custom Houne ami then be sold, which they would be. clandestinely, and probably no legal vigilanoe eouk* prevent it The matter is diUerent with ua. Weeould , tot mvaulacluie clandestinely. If we keep our worn* in operation, everybody must know It, and we woaM be daily subjected io prosecution under the contemplated law. Respectfully, J- C- DOW J 4 0>, Sunintif of the mining New*. I "Hie gold mines were yielding lirgeiy. From every fection of the country the accounts were most fl utter - [ ing. Water was abundant, and never, as a general thin g, had the'miners been as doing well. Among business men meney was tight, but all classes were looking for ward to a speedy return of the good times. The mimrs in different sections of the country were makiiig loud complaints of the heavy charges of the water companies, and in Columbia and some other places tbey bad struck, and refused to take water until a re dnction of the rates was made. Some doubts were expressed in regard to the reported richness of , the Ktro river mines, and letters had been re ceived fiom the new diggings which pronounced them a humbug. Ihe excitement was kept up, however, and larg* parties were departing for the newly discovered placers with every conveyance A boulder? mold, of course? bad been picked up on the Michigan City flat claim*, which weighed flfty one and a quarter pounds. Its exact value had not been ascertained. A lump of gold bad been found at Whiting's Hill, Pcott river, near Scott Bar, in a drift three hundred feet above the bed of th* river. It i* five and a half inches long and three wide, shaped Hke a wedge, and valued at 916 50 per ounce? 93,06t> 50, The hew York. Tunnel Company in Placer county had struck rich diggings, and were taking four to Ave hun dred dollar* to the pan. Iach *ay, says the Grass Valley Telegraph, we notice accessions made to our mining population. The recent i rains have sot tfiis portion of the community in awtlon, i and we an glad to perceive very many turning their . step* hUherward There is plenty for them to do. Mew diggings have been discovered at Rich Gulch, which are found to pay very well. Fvur parties starrted out to prospect on anWl side, and struek digging* which have *mc? yielded 950, 920 and 915 ft day to th* hand, with water elos* at hand. At Pouon Flat, io the vicinity of Pleasant Spring*, a party washed out 92(0 in one uay, besides a very hand - Horn* specimen weighing aix ounces ; and another party . washed out 940 and picked up a piece of pur* gold weighing ever twelve ounce* A beautiful specimen of California gold has come on in tba steamer, which I* represented to be ia the shape ol a dolphin. It weighs one hundred and eighty seven ounces, ana is valued at 93, 4M. Io Oregon Gulch the mines were said to be doing bet ter than ever before, and many new and rich discoveries were being made. From one claim, six men in eight days, had taken ont 92,200. Mnrrtngrs, Births, an (I Deaths. M AKKIKPi Id San Frsecisco, by Key. Mr. Cat ain, Mr. Jnme Gravei, to Frances A. Weldon, both of San 7rsn ei/co. In Pan Franctoco, by the Rev. John Francis Llwbarin, 7. Q., Francis Garesclie, to Clara H. Mallett, both of Sw* Francisco. In - ha* ;a, at Ike residence of Mr. 3. H. Ward, by I>v. B. H. Sheldon, Mr. Robert A. Fagg,.of Weave rrllle, to Mi's S. A. JohDfcon, of Shasta. At tbe residence of Dr. J. K. Crane all, near Auburn^ on the evening of Ba?ch 3, by Per. James Rogers, Robt. O. Cravens. Esq., of Yankee Jim's, t*Mts? Mary Jane Robinson, of Wisconsin HU1. In Hevad a, by Ker; J. R. Tanaey, Mr. J. L. Broaddus< to Vin M. J. Broaddus. At cook's Bar, by Rev Isaac B. Rah, Mr. J. W Slandlsy, to Miss Mary C. Tlptrap. At tar residence of Mr. Jameson, near Flddletown, by Rev. lease B. Fish, Mr. 3. Fitzgerald, to Mis* Elizabeth Jameson. In Sar* Francisco. by Rot. B. Brierlv, Mr. Wm. Gart, of Looitvllle. Ky., to Mian Catharine Stev*art, of Wash ington, D. C. In Ban Franeisco, on the 17th March, I* Calvary Church, by Rev. Dr. t-'cott, Mr. Thomas Elehard Hann, to Mis* Sarah Ann Albro. Near Msmaluke Bill, 9 Dorado county, oo the 11th March, bytb* Rev. Mr. Sharp, Mr. John A. Fuller, of MamalukeHill , to Miss Miwrva^A. Hosford, of George town. At Dry Creek, on the 22d<Fobraa ry, by J. C. Spencer, Esq . Henry King, to MUs Frances Maupin, aU of Shaat a county. At Brigfavilie, on tho 2fith February, by- J. C. Lat ? drum, E*q., Co more Wriglb, to Miss lila Andevaon, o 1 Shasta county On Clover Creek, January 31, by R. H. Hamilton, Esq., . John C. Rogers, to Mlai Sarah Boyea, oK- of Shasta county. At Newport, Shasta county, by Judge J. C. Hinckley, John H. Benton, to Mlsa Amelia Miller. Bimn?. On the 291 of March, the wtfW of Arthur Tnncb, of fc daughter. In t-acrarmnto, March If th, the wtfc of Mr. 7. H. Borden, oi a- son. In Diamond Springs, 8th March, the wife of Mr. 3. P. < Smith, of a '-on In Aubnis,' 11th March, tho wife of Mr. Ei R. Haw- | kine, of a tea. DIXJ>. ' On March Iflth, of fever, Samuel Keatly, of -Now York, i sved V2 j care i On Maicb 10th, of typhoid fever, Mr. Algernon Sidney j Wbeaton, Josnverly from LMe, New Yom, for several ' yearv a rexioent et this city, fat the firm of At S. When- ( tun ft Co ,) aged 38 years and 7 months. , In Stockton, k arch 14th, of consumption, after ft loog ' and painful illness, Mary Jane, daughter of Joseph and Susanna Scott, aged 13 yearv In Georgetown, March l<1b? Mr. John Wstorhouao. for- i meriy ?( I'mnaj.vania, aged ibout 25 year*. In Todc'a Vfaliey, on the 4th. of March. F>ansis Merri- 1 man. ?geU i:j years, a native o( Michmond. Mo. At Arbsekls Gulch, Shasta county, on Tuesday, the - 20th Febtsaiy, Horace Mart hall, formerly of Biddeford, ] Me. , aged about 60 years. Drowned, M Bsr on tho NortV Kork of tho | America a River, 9th inst., Mr. Benjamins. Kimball, aged . S8 years. In f-aa '>*rei?co, on. ths '?1A of March, Nesoalth H. Pea* ley, from New York civ>. in bis blst loan. Chi the Csenmoes River, liureh 14th, a child of Mr. John Fisher. Drowsed, March 7th. ai Butte Creek, near Whiskey F'ut, Franco B. I.itcnflelc, formerly of SprineSnto, Vt , age'i i2 jwt. Msskstsi Pvi March 25, IS5.V Tratio ha* Vein unusually dull to da.-s a no there is no o?? in 1r#ls < to accoout for it Even of bogus sales of Hour ?3d gi am we hare hoard but litUo. * i.ot obb i g salt < cf t'50 qr sinks Ashley's self ri?)ng, at Vi2 to cases Suffolk, at $16 per 900 lbs., and 60 bbi> . Hsxtil, st $15 per bM Wn* at. ? ^a es of 'Mi'j sack* milling, at and 176 do. c?.. ai i.'jjc. per lb, rorrATOfS.? No trade worth re parting Small rstall ?al*N of (di" at $1 per lb. fc;c? ? ;al/i? of 4W) uiataKo^Ulip*, on private terms. Gqmi:.? Sales of 220 bag* KTnW private terms. v Tfa.? Sales of 100 eases imperial, at 40e. per lb., and 2J0 pVgs inferior mi^od, on privrio terms. Salt ? Sole of IZ tons rock salt, at $U6 per ton. fj*sr Goons ? Av '.Dvoice of tho following article* sold at 10 ?i | er cent adranco on crat-and obsrges, exchange lncludod US cares pie fruits, 100 do. iresh peoche*. i0> co. quinces and iprioot*, 26 do. cranberry jam, ana SO do. branny poaches. I, abh.? Sales of 400 rare* to arrive, on private terms. Brrrcr ? Sales ot 60 tiernee old, at 32c. and 100 drains ? new, ?t 46e. p? lb. ^ AU-ono--? cai? of 20 bhh. at 82><e. par gallon. OMi War, Latxb pbom tii? Sasdwich Isiiirno? We have advice i from Honolulu :o tbe 3d alt. Bueinsss was reviving, and buUOisg improvement i going on with re newed energy. Tho steamer Sea Bird, which some tine sines went seboro oaths Island of Maui, atdsubse qvently sunk, had been repaired under water by a new and ingenious method, and wai again afl< at. B y Ma jesty had ordered ths assembly of the en \ke 7th of Apr*. OnunaU< and Hakd Battm. There has been nothing new at uj of the theatre* this ?Mk, encept a five *ct tran?latio?, "Jean Keeay," prodnsed at the Bowery ou Wednesday, for hr. Eldy'r benefit. At Miblo'ii (i/niiK.v the Pyne Bnglish Opera Company gave m eonceri last Monday, ending with a pleasant bagatelle of an operetta, French in everything but CM word*, called "Georgette." On Tuoeday the German Opera Company gave Bellini 'a "Romeo and Juliet," with Fnulien Lehmunn and Mme SieJenberg In the prlasl paipsera. On Thursday Flotow'* "atradella" waa at tempted, but waa not a mooes*. Mme. D'Ormy, who waa aanoun ed for the principal part, did not sing, and her remptaciint was not a competent one. On Tuesday evening. "Komso and Juliet" will be given again; this night cemplKwfl the ten subscribed for, and we hear that the season will close for the present. On dit, that Mme. La Gran|e and other artiats engaged for Ni bio's, are on board the steamrhip Nashville, announced to aail from Liverpool on the 7th instant. At the Broadway Tukatkk Mr. Forrest has completed the third week of his engagement. H? has played lUm let, Macbeth, Jack Cade and Gloucester (Richard in.) during the week to good houses. To-night he will play Spartacua, in Dr. Bird's play, "The Gladiator," and to morrow night Virginius. The Virginia of the nig tit is to be played by an actreas new to the Broadway boards. At Burton's Tukatkk, "Janet Pride" haa been the principal attraction. It has drawn fair bouses. It will be played on Tuesday and Thnruday of this weak. This evening the druma called "Legerdemain," the farce called "The Wandering Minstrel," and "The Spectre Bridegroom," are announoel Mr. Burton, Mr. H. Hall and ether tavorites are included in the caat. At Wallack's Thkatrh this evening, "The Soldier's Daughter" and "The Bold Dragoons" are announced. "Grandfather Whitehead" is underlined for tomorrow night. At the Bowxry Thkatrk Mr. Rddy'a engagement con tinues. "Jean Itemy," a new five aet play by Mr. De Waldtn, was produced on Wednesday, and was quite successful. \frs. E. Eddy Lt playing here. This evening Mr Eddy plays Jean in the "Rag Ticker of Paris," and Mr, g, E. Browne, an excellent comedian, makes hli first appearance on this siag*, >' Cousin Joe, in "The Rough Diamond." "The Sailor of FrailM/' with Mr R.John son a* St. Cjr, will also be played. At the Amckicah Muski'm to-night, the principal dra matlc entertainment ip the drama called the " Flying Dutchman," in which Mr. E. F. Taylor play* the myste rious mariner. TbeCoLORXDOnuu. ? We have now three colored opera companies in ttte full tide of successful experiment. The bill* for to night at Wood's, Buckley's and Perham'j, are all interesting. Pbiladfuuia.? Mr. Darren port haa concluded the fifth week of hie engagement at the Walnut. On Friday he had a benefit, when Baker's "Calaynes" was produced. Mr. Davenport anl Miss Vining will remain during this week, and be suoceeded by Mlsa Bridges, who engaged for rx nights. Mr. and Mr*. & S. Conner are starring at the Chestnut. Mr. Murdoch is sttll at the City Mu teum. Mrs. Farren i* engaged here. Ai-bakt.? Mr. and Mrs. Charter have concluded their engagement here, and Mr, T. B. Johneton is engaged. The lease of Mr. Meech expiree May let, whan the Ma neum will be closed. Mr. C. ?. Smith wfU soon open the Green street theatre. A new tkeatre is to be erected in Breed way. s'TKAcrB*.? Mr. l<e Roy advertises for a company for the theatre here. Bctvalo. ? Mr. Chaafrauand Mm Albertine are play leg here. Bootos ?Miss Makeah haa been playing at the Na tional, Miss Kimberly at the Howard Atheneaia, and Mrs. A, Senter at the Maaeum, daring the past week. At the Doeton theatre Mr. Barry had a benefit on Fri day, and there was a crowded hoaee. After the per formance, Mr. Thomas Conor, leader of the orchestra for ibe company, presented a silver cup and salver' to Mr. Dairy. Mr*. 1. C. Frost had a complimentary benefit at the Howard Athenaeum on Wedneeday sight. The Pyne trrupe give "Cinderella" at the Boston theatre to-night. Califobma.? Mr. Henry Sedley ha* been engaged by Mr.* Sinclair, aa acting and stage manager of the Metropoli an. The opera and ballet troupe have leased the American. Madame Thlery and Monplalsir, and Messieurs Bernardelli and Monplaiair will sail ahartly frr Valparaiao, under an engagement to Mr. Leonard!, manajer of the theatre in that city. An infant Paga nini, ?aul Bonlbon, aged *ix and a half year*, gave a ccneert* at the Downieville 'theatre on the 3d alt No other performance appears in the programme, the juvenilo- Bonlbon being the entire attraction, and playing seven overt urae, fantaaias, medleys, fcc., con eluding with the "Arkansas Traveller." ? A German oom pany hare been giving performance* in Yreka, at the Apollo Saloon. The Kobinson family are said to have realised a fertnne in their cempaigaing through the interior. La Petite Susan is quite a dramatic prodigy. The Fairy Minstrels, Miase* Grave* ?and Blodgett, were concerting at the Broadway taeatre, at Spring field, Shaw's Flat, and Sonora. The Hawaiian theatre ha* been leaded for a short time by a oompany lately arrived from Australia by the steamer city of Norfolk. ' In the company are Mr. Edwin Booth, Mr. W. H. Hamilton. Mr. Clement White, Mr. D. C. Anderson, and Mra. Hamilton. N'eafle is starring in the interior.? k California journal, doan on " mountain " companies, say*: " Six dreaaes, two wigs, and an iron eword con stitute an ample wardrobe for a company of six to travel in ' the mountains.' ' Box and Cox,' 'Family Jars " Dead Shot,' and two or three more fine play*, are jnst tie thing* for the mountain*." Fomion? ' There waa a festival for the general dra matic land at Pari* lately, at which some of the artittr* were ?' got up without the *llghte*t regard to expens*." Mae. Doche (the original Margenrite Gautier in "La Dame aux Camt llas,") wore $60, 000 worth of diamond*. M. Jullien has retired, pro tnnptorr, to hie estate in Bel gi3B, to take aome repose after the fatigue* of hi* dou ble winter leaion and hi* long tour In the province* A trifle called "Tonne," composed by the Prince de la Moekowa, baa bAn produced at the Opera -Comlque (Pari*.) For the tiymaaae, M. A. Dumaa, Jr., haa writ ten- a comedy of the ftmc aux Camflint school. It is entitled " La Demi-Monde," a civil oognoraeu given by the author to a class in Pari* belonging to the " best' ' society, by their luxury and wealth, and to the woi at by tbeir morale. M. Dnpres baa composed an oratorio on tbe subject of "Samson." The trilogy " J.'Knfance du Ghriat," by Berlloa, is to be performed at the Op?'-ra-Oomlque in Parsien week. In May, Berlioz proceeds to London, where he ie engaged to conduct tha new Philharmonic concert*. Tbe Court Journal say* that Griai aad Mario are ?17.000 richer by their American tour. Mme. Long Pre. nit Brocard, formerly o' tha Francalae, died re centy. A new ballet, by Paclioni, called "Callanda, or the Rape of Proserpine," bee been produced at Berlin with great suroees. It la said to be "a spleudid satire upon ballela andldancng in all Its branchee." MsLBOt Bim ?Tom BarTy and the "Christmae Panto miire" are filling thelbeatre. Mr. Coppin has been pro fiting by the character /lent with him from England. The receipt* upon his first appearanoe were upwards of ??00. Mr. G. V. Brooke Is engaged for two month*. The price of admission is to be raised ? boxes, from 8a. to '27a ; pit, from 5s. tc 10s. ; gallery, from 2m 6d. to 5a. Ifew Panp* r Law. AW iCT TO AMEND AN ACT COMCXSMIMO PA8BEN0KK8 CI Vlf- KLS COMING TO TH* CITY Of StSW TOKK, fAHID MAYS, 1847. Pamed April 13, 1853. Tb? people of the State of New York, repr?> anted in Serate anil At "*mblr, do enact A* followa:? Pec. 1. The peraoa* hereafter becoming chargable liptia any city, town or county within thia Stat*, for tte pajment of any expenf>? of whese maintenance and aeppcrt incurred by any aachcity, town or county. It i* nade 1>i? duty ot the ComniMioaera of Emigration to pjonce by the "act concerning paaaengera in reaaela e? mli>g to th? pity of New York,'T paaeed May ft, 1847, I er aey act amendatory thereof, nbaU be deemed a vl tiken to include all per on* atterwiae within the de ar r >pt ion at??l proTi?ion? (if ?uch act or aeta, who are or M>ali become tbe inmate* of any alma house, lunatic aejlum, workhouae hospital, aoreery, bouxe of refuse, aaylum for juvenile delinquents. bou>e of eorVection. penitentiary, jail, bridewell or prlton, under commit ment, nentence er conrictica. by any offlcor or offleera, cor t t or ma, iatsete, under any law of this State ah h gianta or disorderly pernoiu. hec . 2. Thta net abali take effect immediately. Mray Cawt, llogn, ami Other AtilmaU. TO TH* KD1TOR OF THE HfRAI.l). Will you bare the Uiodneaa to call the attention of tha ne?dy. entarprlaing pert of cur ' Out of Work Aaeooia tlcn," to tha fact, that fifty cent* per head b allowed for (tray eo??, haifera anO^ef", at the pubUe pouod T and that, on any day, plenty of .ooee animate can be found en the Kingabridg* road and Fort Washington detv/t read, Lalf a mUe from High Bridge, that are in enoimoua nnimnceto the owner* of improved property there, end all of wh< m would cheerfully pay an much ir<- re, If they will call on them aad eetabiith the fact of their <?? erine*ent. The po'.ice ?H1 not -m any atraye. ax then atteaVoQ bw beeu oal'el to no pnrpoie r? petted'/. C. MTB1ESTIMG EUROREAN CORRESPONDENCE I The Crimean Invasion and Vienna Conferences. (tor Louden, Paris, Berlin, Constantinople antf Spuria Despatekea. imil OF THE VOLT STOOD OF RUSSIA. fto., Ac., Ac. th? 1 olio wing additional detail* of European news seceived by the America at Bon ton. Hie Excellency the Hod. Mr. Buchanan and Mine Lane attended Queen Victoria' 8 drawing room ? the drat of tbe sen. on? at faint James's palsce, on the 2?th of March. Mir. William Holley Hudson, American Consul at Bnenoe Ayres, was also presented by the United State* minister. The Berlin correspondent of the l?ndon CkrtmicU, writing on March 26th, says :-A United States messen ger passed through Berlin this mornirg on his way to St. Petersburg. A letter from fit. Petersburg, in the J>i?ube of Vienna, says Dr. Mandt, homeopathic physician to the late Em peror, Lao left Russia In great hafite, and aecretly. He is reproached with luring too long concealed from the aogust deceased that his lung was attacked; also with ha ring himself prepared the medicines destined for the Empeior, instead of having had them prepared by a drug gist. Great irritation was manifested against him at St. Petersburg, and tho Emperor Alexander himself advised him, it is eaid, to leave Russia. Of Ijondoti Correspondence. London, Marsh 30, 1855. toe Vienna C'mferincet?Tke Third Point? A Halt Riu tia Grmvfs ? Drouynde I'Huyt Start* for Vienna? Aut Iria Agu in- -Rumors? Thr Holy Synod? Imperial K?*if to London? Pruuia and America? Ne io Belgian Ministry ? Spain? Mitcellanaws. Tbe conferences at Vienna continue to be the great centre of attraction, and the London Stock Exchange and Paris Bourse fluctuate according to tbe more peace ful or warlike accounts that are received. All went on most f mooihly at tint; the members offered each other pinches out of their ret pective snuff-boxes, and discussed the affairs of Europe with great satisfaction to all parties. Tbe two first pclnts were soon settled, and It was hoped that Russia would come to reasonable terms on the third ? the reduction of the power of Russia m the Black Sea. At the very commencement of the sitting, the two Russians, Tltoff and Gortschakoff, began to growl and show their teeth. A soene is reported to have taken place, but the details have not yet transpired. Prince Gortschakoff proposed that Prussia should be admitted, which was of course objected to by Lord John Russell, notwithstanding a polite invitation he had received to spend his Faster holidays at Sans-Souei or Chsrlotten burg. It seems that the representatives (who have foil powers, by the by) have sent for instraotions. Orouyn de PBuys, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, was over here lor a day, and waa closeted for a long time with Palmerston ; he has now started for Vienna. He is the man who souneruileasly ent up all the Russian mani festoe*. Nesselrode, the Russian Foreim Minister, is also expected at Vienna, so there will be a regular con greaa of Foreign Ministers. Rumors are again In the asoecdant that Austria is showing signs of leaving the Western Powers in the lurch. Russia has p?htely inti mated that Austrian vessels will not be Interfered with by Russian troops or cruisers, and that Austria may come and go unmolested om tbe Danube. It is needless to repeat that Austria is like Captain Macheath, in ths Beggar's Opera ? between two mistresses. As betore mid, the ashes from a French corporal'* pipe would set not only Italy, but Hungary and Poland in a blase. The re storation of Poland has already been mooted more than once lately, and though of course ignored, still in such a manner as to shew that sympathy is on that side. 1 .ouis Napoleon, on the other hand, must remain Arm to Eng land; so must Sardinia. He has ordered *0.000 additional troops to be sent out, but Sobastopol makes a stout resist ance. Tbe fine weather has enabled the Russians to get up very large reinforcements. It Is now said Odessa will be destroyed, as it forms a depot for recruiting Sebastopoi. Paakiewttch's son-in-law was killed at Eupatoria. The death oi Prince MenschiLoff Is again reported, and again contradicted. If we look to the Russian journals we tlnd no signs of giving in there. The Imperial visit to the Crimea appears to bs ad journed, if not abandoned. Queen Victoria has invited the Emperor and Empress of the French to oome and stay in England. The invitation is officially announced in the MoniUur of yesterday. It is presumed the second week in April will be the time selected. FesUvitiee wilj be held in their honor, and a glimpse of Eugenie will be the great object of servant maids and dressmakers, as well as of duchesses and countesses. In fact, they will create a sensation. The opportunity would not be a bad one to add a few reflections about the remarkable change In Louis Napoleon's position since he was last in England ; but I leave that to your readers. Tbe last prominent part he. played was when be was sworn in as a special constable when a chartist rising was feared. The news Irom the Crimea is still of a satisfactory na ture. Mild weather, returning health among the sickly, and gieat bustle and activity at Balaklava and Kamiesch ; steeple chases and dog hunts are the order of the day at the former place. Tbe railway seems to give lite to the place , en fait , an Itisli aergeant there has given out that it wsa the rale-way to take Sebastopoi. The English are building a wharf and giving names to tbe stieets. They are regularly establishing a colony in the Crimea, and I have no doubt there wiU be pleasure steamers advertised to run there. The following is contained in tbe Pre'iuitch Corr>t pendet: ? According to private communications from the United States, the Gaomet at Washington has not, up to the commence me lis of March, addressed any note to tne Kngllth Cabinet to call upon tbe latter to oonclude a treaty for securing the rights of neutral navigation, conformity with the principles of tbe treaty lately con cluded between Prussia ami America; bat tt is under stood tbat the American ^Minister in Loadoa. Mr. Bu cbansn, Is already Instructed to bring the subject assid uously cefore tbe notice of the English government, and fo (iiefiare it for the coming American note. Belgium has at last been able to make np a ministry, as follows ? Viscount VUsin, XIV., Forsign Affairs ; M. de Decker, interior; M. de N'othomb, Justice; General Greindl, War; M. Dumon, Public Works ;M. Mercler, Fi nance. The weather here in unusually cold for spring Thar* was mow the day before yesterday. Charta Mathews ha* finally closed the Lyceum thea tre. He attribute* It to the bad timea and want of ca pital Ilia Opera opens on the 10th of April. The 'town i* paetty tall. Oar Parte Corrcapondcnre. Pa MR, March*)), 1865. Extraordinary Variation .< in the Weather? The Peace Qua turn ? The Sucking Dtnr Cirrular of iYe*?-fr?'*? The War If it F'ir Ennv'jK Adctnc~t to Holt Out Prtm pet's of ImmrdiaU Ptaro ? M. Kiueleff Sent for at Bel givvi by the Nno Cpi r~?R?r tew of (he IL ffiment of Guidei by the Bmprn.< Bngeni'?The Grand In-htMrial Exhibit on ? Sporting nml Theatrical Gouip, dh:.} rf . As it the weather were ee-.zed with a at If jealousy at (he n.n<story phases now pztsented by the atmosphere polilcal, it h is suddenly broke upon ns with one of thoae extraordinary changes which assert it* prescrip tive prerogative in such a manner as to l*are It* claims to mutability without a rival Soft winds from the scuthweat l *u been for several day* past enticinf nil the worl'i al toad ; and pedeatrians, discarding the mm m.mbrs cl thing of winter, were seen fluttering the gay plunageof spring on all the grand promenades, while i ttie Cbemjw K'ju es and the Bois de Boulogne were filled with elegant rtjuip iges containing the flit* of the , Van moivl'i lor even tUe legitimists cannot re! mm from parttrpatmg in the advantage of the improvement* of tn.s Hjde Park of Parle, and occasionally dropping a word of encomium on the impeiial teuuder'* ta.te in lania< spe air -en ng But s?idd?nly , thou t three o'clock j r.<t< may no: alng, after a j rain t'jioufheut the night the w;nd choppfd round t* the flwt'i, noc daw-settee ? ' ill <H ?new, *Lie >, to tb? ?urjr;?e of p O'i* Cathode* w? o at *?e br^aV of lay proceed te their aa>' n*i Jv.T*';h', mor.'i he aa?t}j t?p ?, and rendered it ill more slippery nod dangerous tlie highway* and byways of mas'* earthly pilgrimage. Within th? teat (<? days tha barometer bad actually deecended ea low an 26 10 ; and It began to ba remembered that i ni at thla point in 1S3?, whan tie earthquale in Sicily took place; and that in 1845, under the aame clroua^ stance*, adieadful water* pout burst erer the valtey or Monville. near Rouen. Bat the political element If outttripped byita ancient riTal, la drtennlsed to make a good rac# of it, and to ihow that, though beaten, it ha* still got mettle left. A ?Jww daj a ago 1 found very few per?ona at ministerial aoiroee, whose opinions w?re worth attending to, who entertained any serious hope* of peace; hurt the aiaai ftwle of Count Keaaelrode la of a character noescessiva ly ua?tuoue, that It either Uaa st&ggsred the previoua eonchMione of men not eaelly moved, or they think it dlecre*> to aeen so. The language la now, evsry where, that the (xmour pre jrt of Russia may be saved, and 8e baatopoi (till retain i?? grim and frowning batUemeuU, if no ?Wp? of war are to be sheltered behind them. That Rus*ia baa herself propria nalw deetroyed her Black Sea fleet? that no humiliating peoees* ia ouoaa quently necessary, awl aU that umaina to be done in ta bind her ever by treaty not to construct another; and a report prevails that Ruanta te willing W> de ao. I confess the arguments - la favor of thla preposltiaa aie not convincing to my ratnd, Vnd I am still disposed to reUin the opinion I formed during tha lata Czar'a life that, in the preaent state of the war, ne one of tha bell'gerent parties can afford to reoede. It i? al very well for France, who has been accusod of a&owing las* splritfof conciliation than Engtend, to fire the one, at this moment, to It! semi official jonmals, and seem to believe the sucking dove-like circular of Neaeelrode, aad to say that she U amply satlafled with what she haa already done? that she haa resumed her rank and legiti mate authority in the councils of the groat Poaeaa ? that England, her ancient rival, ha* become her uoatte* able friend? that Austria has been won over, to break the triple alliance which arrayed her against Franca? that Germany haa been made sympathetic and Prunaia hesitating- while high over all towers the name of Na pe let n the Ihlid, piotector of the right, a* formerly Napoleon the First, the rival of Uharlemsgn*. It is aU viry well to talk cf " our soldiers showing themeelven the worthy sons of the warrior* of Austerhtz, and that the Crimea invaded, the battles of A'ma, Inkermann and Balaklava, gallantly won, have attested their aaperioitty over F.u.sian valor, while our miUtary organization haa revealed a superiority which has rained us to eminence lid es^mafflath; mind of Knaland ;" but It is oat ea*y to believe that the Emperor ^a^leon means aay ,v .1 , y,e wind or that he ia about to throw away taa w" h? fr01ll the first detired, of restoria* t> ^>villliaifcv of French arm*. It cannot be said that the Crimea gives eUherthe French or tofUthwuch rea lm to toa*" at present; and it is not easy to beiieva that Russia, except for the pnrp.?i>e of gaining an an^ a,., --ni consent to ti? her bandit in prewnct 01 i io? who' may have put her to some Inconvenience, but oer M MM I ? dj?grfe?bl? eooJi'KM' >*" 1 d?ob' tCVo^.Ues W^lnr^, being !, C. A.??tw. shows a movement at St. Petera buM, Which looks like a modification of wilf known that tbia ambassador nevsr i J Vmnmrcr NichoUa bii ?onvietion tnnt Frmnae upon the Kjrpercr men? unfte afainit blm: that, far KSSSwSsb bv ?U that haa since ooeurrad.aeslred M.Kia bis f?her orders at time be haa been residing No JonM the opinion* of so abla a diplomatist atthli junctnra teraooa, tbe r*,iB?.t of Guide. ?k Stoael hsJ's^neofthe caMinierr* Mat fbr aad spot* Jh'em forwme tone, the trumpet was then sound f0 the tents were stmcS, aad all the oooaing appwtas picked up witn artistic ceierity ; and when t?i* . was completed, aad the boreea mount^, th.troope en cuted several brilliant manoeuvres la her ?W**1?! SSr ?hl. beine the first occasion on which the J a* velty, and flung an unusual 'tprU iato thtlr mava Univeisal ?*hlbltion developes itself more aad mora daily , though the uninlormed stranger, who shouM ?t? under that superb arch, newly emaoc.p?ted trMS i v. Inniiiotd to ita keeping, but spread forth 0 7..t?*Ueallv arranged to tbe criticism* ot an ob'ier " ? -^w ^ut^ ^noe the habit is to coiaplata T"X7K.n? that is DOMlbte in the afclvrr. at home, aad to bring the articles to tbe grand construction <m^y to* ?Min? Far Instance, the superb etedUff* which tW lJ^d to the fiae galUries, and be the principal ?rcWUe t^ral ornament of the palace, aow fcok bat m b-'i- S$ hi -hi7 That there wUl be a scramble at the last, u Mt to b? do*bted, but the arrival ot Bug^ f?0^ the method, order and exactness wh eh manl eats ^ it. eU, " p? ,??? nhonlder fairly to the wheel, and aow every nerve Is a* M?l- tb? qv'irt&r ?caf Mm ?U rtak, h* ''V ^ long as I amambasaador not a foot of English canvaaa *hail eater into it. ? - A grand steeple chase, got up by the Joe key Club, and which ku, lor several weeks pauit, excited great interest in the sporting circles of Part*, came off on Huaday, but the weather waa sadly against it. and mad* the ground so heavy that it was ratlar bone than blood, which waa most required. The numerous crowd* of ere ry oiass taat attended it, in spite of tha weather, ia a snfficteat Kaof of the growing popularity of these amusement*. e jumps were about twenty three in number, and the moft important ftnees three or four feat high, ditches about Eve feet wide, and a river twelve leet. lb* amourt to be rnn tor waa 12,500 francs, with a sweep stake* of 500 francs . nine horses started, and the British Yeoman, the property of M. I-eclerc, an aped gelding, was the winner. In the theatrical world it 1* still positively asserted that tba Minister of State has forbidden the departure of Mile. Rachel flora the French capital. At tba Opera Continue, tha Prince de la Moskowa haa been producing quite a sensation by a very pretty trifle, composed by himself, and entitled "Yuoeno." TheplotU insignificant ? a mere rustic low intrigue ? bat it potae se es a charming overture, and two or tbree little airs.whieh perfectly delighted tha audience. Hit Highness' oaoa* waa given out amidst rapturous anpUuse. If the olri cooper, a noa his departure to the Efrs'an Piells. bai oc rationally been permitted to take a peep at hi* poeterity, be muat have viewed with wonder one son * Field Mar sha)? le pint brave dm bravt ? an I a prince grand* m etcbungiBg lances with Meyfrbeer. Br.Rt'E, Omr Berlin CorresfMMidetice Bcrlm, March 47, U*>. The Vitnna Conform**? Lout* Sapo'im th* Prtnhpal OUtacI-- (a l%e Cwlutirm ef Peace? imposnh lify of AlejMM'l*' Contenting to th? Ottr<- lion of Sr'nutopoi ? Singular Rumort connected with th* Herntl q/ Pr.nct V-nt ?RtnurrVab)'- Alter, ititn- In the 7 *re of French Frtat com.ming Ik? Cham no/ Penot?Ftl.tig mi Berlm regarding tin Ejxltuon <*f J'rutma Jrtm the OmftrremcAs. Itii a difficult task to characterize the political arpecfc of kurope at the present moment. A lu?'f ?? f doubt \a l nacertatnty hangs over it. and people are waiting mt< loualy fcT tbe mist to clear up, an J re!l?ve then from % suspense more Intolerable than the si-urance cf evil. The prescience of the moet far-ijbtrd politician J la flfct fault, and no one ?eemf to have the jHgh^t 'dee af what may torn up from one itour v> us otiier, or wal new scape may be evolved from tne se tting of ?*? diplomatic cauldron. That the Vienna -onfeteaoe* have oouiiceaeed ac<! b^aa t? oar li?- on new for oveg a fortalghi, under appareaUf " favn-ah* auspices, or at all rM(.? with ont being , * br t in ahTvp'.tsrmlnatloa. i ? 'act rfno Tittle 1 ? ?wr'^tce, wUst-ver snay be -Jit r lioai r*sait. tlial frttrof ?b? (lv* l*ewera represented ia *jeie ?wnf-esec?e e*/ ?(tt to MW'i't e ^eeee oa nut*' ate

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