Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 29, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 29, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6850. MORNING EDITION-TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1855. PRICE TWQ CENTS. ABfEKTISKflBHTB HKlllSWISii 8? KEY * At. RPSC1AL HOTICHK* flL'O K ?\ti? (NOTES)? CAUTION ? TUB 1'UBIjIC ARB VAiOU'' cautioned agsm*t taking nr n< <otia in.; any of four promissory notes mate by tbe umlersisned, ihree 'or $300, ?d J ->ne for 91 000, bdp ISd note payable to the ?ider of William Bradley, and by him endorsed? the other* payable to the order of James Eager, *11 dated the 12th ?arch. IMS The transfero' ail the above notes has been enjoined by the Supreme Court 1 hey are riven without consideration and will not be raid. SMITH BOOTH ACARD.-TO HIS HONOR 111K MAYOR AND COM moa Council of the Ci'jr ot ?e? York, and citiiena generally. The boot on the. wiong lei In the Herald ot jHonda , the 2Mh int., we saw a communication from the fanners of l ong laland. New Jersey nod Y??k Island, se'. tlug forth a list ol griovanoei. wi.iib thev have had to put vp wi'b. la the Orst place, they ray that the ground allot ted to the t ia completely ocoui> ed by a ooniemptiale aet of npecu latere, (who bl< ckado th- piacn *ith shanties,) which assertion ia false. It wo 1 1 d be well for those would 'he monopolisers (farmera) to kc?-p truth <>u their aide. The troui d on Weat Btreer, between Ufy aud Ful'on, ia occupied y twelve stands, which takoa up 1*0 teut in from >nd JU feet in depth, leaving a apacioua pa-?ag**av ia thi> centre, ot 2d feet: tho aide on Fulton str-et is occupied by ti:teen s'anda which take up ISO feet front t> 1? Ooep and "hut ia all tho grouud that ia occupied bv ?ne so ?t tied " nontmnptitile speculators'' ia the 'ace ot their assertion to the contrary. One whole space of ground i? aa fjllowa:? ironi on West ?itrc et lit; feet, depth from west aide of Waal street to balk bead, 100 feet; irotn foot of Dov street at hulkbead to foot of J ulton street at bulkhead, JOO feot which leaves room enough for the stowage of 23" wagons, although the truth telling tsrmera assert that the ground in completely ocon pled. Now tako it in point of revenue t > the city Thar-: is ?bout one-tenth of the ground occupied l>y twenty aeven standi, which pay $W) per work the year r.uud. &'.d amou its to?* HJe. Now rcckcn the other uino teutbaof-ho groerd which the country people oao-ipy. They pay I2)?c per d sj ana don't oocupy the ground ovet tour mouths ia the year ai> a general tHu,i , allowing the ground to ?e tilled ?very day (which ia not the oase; aud the sutn t aal auioli th'j v <n j, u ihJb pay for nine tenth* ef that valuable grouud il per annum. Only a trifle over what tboaoeou latere jay for a email portion of the aaid ground Again, tho farmera aaaert tha' 'tcey are deprived from He 11 In If to the ;rocera and dealer*." A-kauyof ourrospeot able groceiv men that come to this market to hoy, whether they are deprived *rom buying from the generuua, people loving farmer, and they will teil you no Hut he will also tell you that he oun buy, niu? ?. mea out of ten, cheaper Iroia the dealcra 'bun he can from the fattne-s; and lie will alio tell you that theae same farmer* ask auch ex rbitan'. prin ts in tbe morning that they cannot sell, and afterward* th v have to take a reasonable price from who ver oouie? along; and thae is what they call aeliisg at un uuormoui sacritioe. But are tht> obliged .o aell to speculators? No; thoy have the privileie of staLdiuf juat a* Iouk "s theyplcaao. The farmera turthet that tne "apeculatoia hny np tha g'een truck and keen it over to get hliher rrloe* " >ow we would ark if any rane man would go to market and giee more, or aa much, for etale veg. tablea aa he wou-d for freah? -Ve would think not So, that wo .Id prove a poor speo.l&tion Tbey aay "all they aak la ?<iual right* '' ihat'a just what we want, and all we ask; but we d) not. want our righta tramnled on by a l#? moneved Gonx I?lauo and Jeraey taimer ap.oulatnr*. iaao. Mote than one qna'itr ot them are apeoulator*. Now, then, for the *r*v,d ?ecre*. of tb>ae i oo;de laving farmera 0' Loug (aland Who are the occupant* of those at-md* and wherj do they set their produce from? D , they buy i from the Long lii ial Jarmi re snd ace?ula?e en o reitiieri? No. Wharo do thoy get it lr in 'itey aeml a;enta ttavaanah. On., to Uharlo< ton- S C.. to Norfolk, Va., to lSaltimure, to Uel iware. I'enn eylvan a. aua Wei.t Jeyaey. ?loo< tho Deleararo river: &<id through t> eir oxertiona thore ia an imuienae amount of pro . dwse brouvbt to tliia tuurkc, and tlu>t'g w I. a . our loving farmer# d;ahke They ?ay it they oould only stop this pro duce cominu tVom '.he South, bey could lie' Juat. nha*. they wvr? a mitifl to aak for their nroduce and th?y 'hink by de privinh >h?ae men of tbair atanda, that they will have an compliahed art of their taak But we call ou aelve* euter prlHinf, bard warking citiiena. Yes, would you be jtevc, we are vtR cnoigh to think onraelvoa citi zen*.' Now. to give von a small idea of what our ?hipmonta frctu the above named p ann* amount to:? 1 he ieaxon between Norfolk Va , au<l New York ia. mat commencing, and will |r?bablv auiouut to two hunlred thouaauil do, lara lor the three o /icing mouths, for pe&H, po tstoea, bears, t"nuitoc;i, squaahoa, Ao Aid from l'hiladel phta it wilt amonnt to four hundred thouaand dollars for the above timed articles, and the other named place* in smaller quaa'dtie*. We have knowu l,2SU barrel* ut peaa to come from i'hiladelptia and We?t Jer-iev in ona day, and four thouenud basket t ot poacher from lielaware in a aimdo day, whloji ?isu be proved by r 'erring to the book* of the Camden and a in boy Railroad Company So the (>e ?ple can see easily see if these gentron* Lonir Island and Jersey farmers could only atop these c intern otiMo apecnla'.ora frsui ?hippma ao much iroduce into tliia market, it would boa sice penby in their pockets and they c >u)d get any price the> ware to atk lor pr?dnce; in taot, we tiffin to think itia the dollars and centa they '-r - after, and not ao much regard for the people'* int. reat a* U.ey profosa vt'e hop.) that the attenion o' our worthy Mayor will be called to the eenside ration of the aubjeot in all i<<? scaring*, before he tr*n*mita hie viewa on the *ame to tho Common t'onnoil. Signed, John Nix A Co., tlaorge A Thompaoa, John J. Kipp. r'aviil 8. Hubbs, Samuel C Mott, Wm White, Isaac Mnylar, Kamutl J. I'ote, A. J. WcTarty, Daniel Moran. J. Ee Mutt A Co., A WORl) IN THE SCttlPTURS WRONG.? 1 BBUEVE il I have aiien in the light tl ac doa* not deceive, that th i words shall and Shalt bail oukH to he will and wilt ia th < scripture n? read in the hniilish language I could wish thi ? published t Iroughoot Christendom tor tho eons 'deration aa 1 serious reflection of all profeaaing Christian*. From a he lirver in tbe immeiiate revelation of the Divina will to man, ?o ftrss respect the duty of that mm. SAPTAIN N H. DIBBI.E, 0? SIXTH DISTRICT PO' lice, as- fited by aecond assistant Captain R tl. Co* an I .toon of tbu 8'xth diN'rlct polite? At a meeting of thi tierman St. Jot eph Society attached to tbe (Jhurch ot tin Holy Red. emir. Third itrcet, on the return from thoir an nual excursion to Williamsburg, on motion of Jacob Bittel. it was Besolwed, To return their most siooere thanks to Alderman Jo*n Macoy, to the captaio and oolico othoers of toe Six teenth ward, ttrooklyu, Eaat'ru distiict, for their k'nd an active attention to us unrinn tia anniversary ot our Sunday school, which took place May 23, 18i3. JaCOB OlTi'lh. Prrm WsrittCH, Peetideul. OcoRr.i Rath, Secretary. FAM1LT ARMS AND G UN E ALUS IBS. ? HKKtLDKY 1-tBce, 5W(i and 34.H Broadway.? H El* R Y 11 \VS, he caidist. late-ol the Collogo of A nua, London, will shortly leave tbe city on a professional tour to Europe, in connec. tiou with his iresnnt pnrauita. Having those exclusive ad vantages tecured by coollegia'e memberahlp and ita privi leges, he will have full access to the most aneient as well as moaern records of 'unify arms genealogies, namoa, per ?e-.agea, Ac , ,4o . r? carefully pr. served ia tao CoiUge ar ohiiea. Do will be happy durinc hi* abaenco to transact all mattera an? lurniah the most roliailo and satufaatory la formation oonutcScd with the heraldic armsand eaontifaooas of tho*e English, Irish, Sooteh and French families whose descendabts at pris-nt reside in tho Caited States, tbe British l'lovinces and South America. Arms painted aud engiaved ou stone in tho highoat atyie el the art, at the Heraldry office, Appletoa's tiuiiding, corner of Leonard street and Broadway. Reference* if required. C^eand mass meeting at tammany hall, to JT celebrate the victory of the Virginia Lemocrioy? I'H) guns in the Park, from tie 'Empire psoket pieoe '? The old ?'Wig-warn" illuminated. The democracy of the oity aud oonutj ot >?w York are reqneatrd o anaerobic at Tammaur Hall, on Thursday evening. May SI. ISM, a-. 8 o'clock, to ox veil their gratification at the result of the recent poeti cal con-eat in Virginia, aud to congratulate Henry A. Wii# ?ad the democracy of the whole Untun up^n tbe signal and glorious triumph achieved over the combined influence of fanaticism and Intolerance. "Old Virginia will never tiro." "Democracy will itand the Ore ! I" By ore er o' ihe Com mittee ot Arrangements:? First ward, Josiab W. Brown, J'<linFsy; ^eocnd? William Miner, Dndley tlaloy; Third ? Charles Iletcher, Tnomaa Mnnroe; Fourth ?William N. Brown, Henry J. Allen; Fifth? Robert Donnell, John Crtigbton; Sixth? Andrew Neibitt, Patrick Kelly: Sevnnth ? J an. on Murphy, William 11. Tweed; Eigntb? Daniel K. Ie!?>an. Daniel Linn; Math ? William D. Kennedy, Ba<cne M'Grath 1 i-ath? Atahrel Reed, Kioh. T. N orris; Klorenth ? Jas K. S'eers, Aaron B. Rollins; Twelttb? Conrad Ewjckhetrnier, James V. Connolly; Thirteenth ? John ijrr, Patrick Bo?le; Fourteenth ? John Kelly, Thomaa Wholin; Fifteenth? Daniel W W orris, Lafayette Harrison; Six teenth? 'Jamei Urercry Andrew Learv, Seventeenth? C. Bainbr!<>?a Smith, William Coulter; Eighteenth? John Mur phy, John Matbewa; Mneteenth ? Thou MoSnedoen, Wil liam Lnnham: Twentieth? William Murray, Dennis dyer; Twenty lint ? John Kimley, Oliver Hlbberd; Twenty second ? Nicholas Seaeriat, John Don -h-rtv ISAIAH KYKDBRS, Chairman. RlOSI. B. CoifWOLLT, ) . . iKOS. Dt !?LAP, 5 ("1UTTENBEEG FERRY COMPANY. -THE SHARE T bolder* of the above company are hereby requested to to^sttsna our annual meeting, on Monday, the 4th of Jnne, it tbe Sbafcerpeare Hotel, oorner of William and Dnannsts . *? iy, I*. M , for the purpose of electing a new Board of Di rectors tor tbe ensuing year, and reoaive the communica tion of the old Board. By order of tba President, D. Steil, secretary. II. PETERS. H OLMES k BUTLER'S Unit Patent lion Saft Depot, 90 and M Maidea lane, (below Liberty,) N. Y. ASONIC NOTICE,? MYSTIC TIE LODGE NO. 272 t. k A. M.'s.? The members of the anon l<odg? are re queited to meet at their Lod^e roem, oorner of Hroome and Oroeby atreets, this evening (Tuesday!, at 7!. o'clock, pre cisely, for deepatch oi Business By order of __ ED. HOLMES, W. M. Charm.s A. Kistuii, Secretary. "VrOTICE TO PERSONS HOLDING THE UNPAID dr55?t* of Adama A Co.. of California, on Adams A Co., of New 1 nrk.? As it ia belle ?eil the amoun'. of theso drafts can now be recovered of par tie a in Mew Vork responsible for their payment, inch holoers a* denre the benefit ot the legal proceedings tor their eclleetion will pleao oimmnnicato ?with, and send the drafts to, JOHN LIVINGSTON, Coun sellor at Law. 157 Broadway, New For* oity. "VJOTICE.-BENEVOLEVPSOCIETV OF THE UNITED i. i V... . f.'V meeting of the abov,- sool >ty -will be held at National Halt, Forty fourth etreet, on tiii <Tnesdayi evening, for the pnropse of electing officers for the easning year. By order ? f tbe Trnstees. JOHN AW1/W. SOLBY, Acting Secretary. QYLVESTER LAY, ATTORNEY AND COUN1ELLOR. O Notary I'aMir and Commissions'; depoaltioas and ao ? nowladgemeats taken for All the States, evcept New Jersey and Mar} land. Passports obtained from Waihimgten. Re ftrenees Hon. O C. Bronson, Hen. L. S. ChatflsM, J. R J affray A Hons, Wells, Fargo A Co., New York, O See Id Wall street. ftsw York. ffAX COMMISSIONERS S OFFICE, NO. 32 CHAMBERS X (treet baaement of the New City Hall.? Notice to tax paters The assessment rolls of the several wards or the city of New Vork will be opened for examination and review from Mondav, the 21tt of Mav, nntil Monday, .the ZVh day of Jus*, Inclusive. All tax pavers desirous of examin ing and correcting the said rolM are requested t? make ap plication to tbe undersigned, at their ottoe, between tbe Acurs ot !> A. M. end 4 F M. 3. W. ALI EN. J GEO. H. rUR'-ER, / Tax Commissions?. WM. J. PECK, 5 LRCTPREi* DR COLLETT-THIS DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER lccturee to ladle* and gentlemen avety evening of this "J1*!.** Continettal Hall, corner of Thirty fourth street and Eighth avenue, upon tbe of Health, Ac., Ulnttra ting with plates, manikins, Ac. Admission, only 12', rants, Doors open at 7% Lectures commence at 8. P1T'*V!"nR WHEWB'8 FOURTH LECTURE IN Br r?i,r. Toe-lay, ?lth May. at B l?. M . in I'ack ?r Mw In. ? ? , Ucait^co, t.U<j CUiutJan Arrival of the Steamship Umpire City? Seven Days Utcr from Havana. Tbe United Btatea mail .team-h!p Empir?City, C*pt Windle, arrived ;e?tari!ey morning from Ne* Orleans anl Havana. bringing date, from the Utter pltce to the 23d m.t , -even d.ys later than previously reoeivei The E. C. mad* the run from the Balize to Havana in 1 , hours. . _ By thia arrival we are is receipt of flies of Havana josroaia to the 2id. A. u.ual, tbos. papers are ab.o lately devoid of everything interesting, politically or ottierwif*. Capt. General Concha, who had b;en received wl-h every demonstration of re. pea: and loyalty >n his re cent tour through the island, had returned to ihe capl ^At Cardf na?, on the 19?b, imposing religious and mili tary ceremonies took place in commemora ion or thine who lell thue in 1810 on the oc^.ion of the drst Looez inva. on. C< ncba and hi. anite were preseut. Our cor tespond.nce compose. everything In the way of newa that has tratfpired. OUB HAVANA COBBER? OND8NCK. HaVAKA, May 22, 1835. Arrival of the V S. Ship Constitution- Admirable Ditci ptime at>d Sanitary Arrangtmentt -Only Tun Men Lo*t in Two Teart?A Vuit to the Venel after a Long of Year/ ? Movements of Other War Shipt-Reiurn of the Oaridin G<ve>al? Health oj the Island. Evening of .be 16th we weTe ogweaoly surprised by Ute arrival of " Old lionsiees," commander Kudd, bearing tbe broad pennant of Commodore Mayo, Afrlian coast squad rcn, from tbe coast, Cape de Verdes, and , h northern coast of the United State., homeward bound Thirty seven jears ago I bad a Sunday evening visU on board this ship in.Boetm harior, >n the month of May, lg_, ami last Sunday 1 revised and revived association with tbe past, although thtre ?? no Identity wita any thing but the num., and that !-the thrill of the boy was not loat in tbe heart of tbe worn man. Tbe fijure head was n?t, but the life slie figure w there of the stern cbltf. grasping the parchment ecrull, wliicn eeemcd an addition, not an improvement, in my estima te. But he sleeps well, and the nation may be proud of tbe man. when tbe bitter* ess of political strife and political jealousy has passed from oarttzaa hearts. All well on board, and in a cruise of two years and a half uPen the Coast of Afnea, visiting every practicable port, only two men have b o lost ovt of a complain of about five hundred, all told, which strike, me ? ill prove a remarkable Uct, not realized in the nautical ex nerienc* of tie national vessel. of any other power, un derielative cifcumsUnces, and .pea*., alone, volumes of praise for the discipline, management, care and pollc of tbe ship, through all cepartmtn's. James I-te. oidinary seaman, native of New York, was lost overioard at Monrovia while loweriag ^ awaj r a quarter boat, the tack I. of wnich gave way while he was in tie boat, the block atiUing him on the head a? was precipitated into the water. Thomas C. Berry, pea roan standirg by at the moment of the ajcileot, sprang overboard to save his comride. whom he found senseless from the blow npon hi. skull, which was crushed in. John Bartlett, alsi seaman, s'eing Berry swepi awiy y tl e strong current, bearing the body of Lee, leaped la.o the water to relieve him. Before boats could reach tbem they had be^n compelled to let the body of I-ee pans to the sailor's grave, fiom physical exhaustion. The .harks ^ t hi water" near Monrovia that "a man over board" and hii destruction i. considered certain; sj u" it was wonderful the escap, of the two sai.or. who perilled life lor life. AS .oon as ^a re?c >rt ^ ?pt? made at the Navy Department, and at the request o"Se officers of the shp, lnoma. C. Berry was appoint "EFESn oiivate of the UiUed State, marine coijTiw ol "" "iSaSSi* Oooit tutlon, In u?t*: !?? s? JM2. tbe disposable v.felsot war u? n tha coa.t to Cuba, and sent aboard to Commander Mayo late Lnited States naoeV. at d amor g tb?m a Hkhai-p, of the city of Ne ?r . ? oik contaiuica account, of moveuuents o! ven.els, ct>n bad t>e?n dimtnlebsd. Hooe wa. high m every be?rt for kcait twirge an tV.ey turned from the quarter '?,? "l? mor.U,.. -r b?; ,(Att tn ftntl fhin crcop.D??9 acr4on a?80wi*vei miih the fifty e'ght ^ar* c'd ConatitnWon and I hnve no doubt tbat if there .tould be any c<ll "P?? tbose who hnve been disappointed, that they would fcuad willing and competent to sustain a ad verify the on ifc'e coKbt.'aot pwimtUng tinmen to goon shore after Cnit?d SUUk ?te?w W*?U iS#n <.f the crew of tbe Constitution were tra.isferred to ^M?l0ofthtSl sUamer in^te that .h? J *IU tbfe e?enipg, aome fcnrte?u boart before h?r t\m , i. ntu.1 crating a. muth commercial trouble as possi ble. on evil that should be c^rrsctadbT ^e^raajfer^^ the mail sacks to tlie con^nlate of the UnlUd 8ta*? but we kave a government cf ma uteri/ Ini-tlTity. The Captain (ieneral ha. returaed s pec tion. much gratified therewith, and the peop e were d^LgOnlJ?squadh|rB i. at Key We.t, or IntheOulfb. tween the two coast*, ani has been *' ?.r PrtnLtLu Weet durine the paat week? tin steamer trincewii, Sfto; stesmer Fulton. Mitchell; Cyan*, Com. Wil fcen- and Jamestown, Com. Crahbe. ? .i.w.?a i<m Our health continue, good. T,f ^i th.^rinUr have been only such aa we would have in the winder, atd butir *?? is active. Senator FUh and the Eulgnnt Bill. Nrw York, May 24, 1856. In the observation* mad* bj me at the merchants' mating held at the Exchange in February lwt, on tha subject of tha passenger bill* than pending before Con green, In condemnation of tba oourse pursued by y ju in regard to the meaanre, I need espraaeioni imputing to jon insincerity toward* mjselt and the other gentlemen who had recently conferred with 70a in belialf of the intereeta involved at Washington. My own itrong Imprea^pB of what bad paaaed be tween m, and my warn toterest in the subject, sug gested at tha moment terms of etpreaelon which a more deliberate judgment would not have adopted. Subse quent reflection, and Intelligence from varioua sources of your different Impressions of our Interview, and find ing that a letter addressed to you by the comm'.tsee, while at Washington, hid not bean Rent in season to reach joo, bare satisfied me that it waa unjust tor me to assume tbat your view of (be fact* of the case mailt necessarily coincide entirely with ray own recollection*, (in the contrary, your known public and orivate Chirac ter should have given roe confident* in the aprlghtnesi of your intention* and the Integrity of your conduct. With the?e conviction*, my own sense of right impel* me to recall the imputation* Injurious or disresptc.ful to yourself perionaiiy, included in my remark* on tie occasion referred to, and to expreaa my sincere regret that I should have made them. 1 write tin* e'ter with tbe ne?ire that tha fame pub licity ahould be given to It a* was given to tba *pee-.h made by me at the Exchange meeting. K*sp?<v.fuily, yours, M. H GRUWrt.I. Ho*. HimTOff Fien. There waa no New York property offered yesterday 3 brick dwelling! on Fourth avenue, be. wen Fifteenth and Sixteenth street*, low 21 by 84, each t\ 010 1 Irame houee and lot corner of Canton and TiUery ? tresis, lot 54 feet on Hilary street and 4o 00 Can ton.... T ? 1,200 1 lot on Raymond Mreet. between Myrtle avenue and Boliver etreet, 26 by 100 $1,080 1 do. adjoining, tatse size 'JIW A triangular aliaped piece of ground, containing ten lit* of variona, situated between Madlion straet an 1 Howard and lnvielon avenue*, and running t ?? the junction ? l.OOO 3 lot* on DeKalb avenue, tietwaen Troop and Marcy ave nnea, 25 by 1(0. each |4')0 3 lota on Carrol) *tieet, between Franklin and Perry ara itiiaa Ut>i 1?1 ??"!< ? " Real Katatr. BROOKLYN. uues. 25 b> 131, each 2 do. adjoining 4140 . 130 nun. 25 by 1&1 ,0 iota adjoiKOg, same aire f 160 , 146 Castle Garden ?What It Wm, Wa*t It la, and What It M Prtpotcd tu Ue. SIFBRIOB COCMT IN CBAMSBBS. Before Hon. Judge Bolfman. ?) TQX MATTER OF CAST1.B UARDKN AS A.N EMfOBA" TION DfcPOT. May 28. ? J. Phillips Phoenix vt The Com minion ts of Emigration, Henry R. Conklin, and the Mayor and Commonalty of New York. ? rhe motion for an injunction to restrain the defendants frona making Castle Garden a depot for emigrants was brought on. Mr. Perry, on the part of the plaintiff, read some nineteen or twenty affidavits, to tbe effect that the establishment of an im migration depot at Castle Garden or the Battery, would be injurious to the property of that locality and danger - on* to the health of the Inhabitants. Tbe affidavit of Lorenzo Delmonico, of tbe hotel No. 26 Bioadway, set forth that bio establishment is situated within about three hundred yards of Castle Garden, and tha* tbe prcposed use of that place by the Commission *rs cf Emigration for a landing rf all ths em'grant pan teigers airiving at tbe port of New York, will be a seri ous injury to his business; that the ooUe:ttng together of such large numbers of emigrants as are likely to ar rive during tbe summer months, after tbey have be?n exporeu to the cuntagous and mabgnait diseases al most insepaiable from their passage across tae Atlantic ocean, will c?use the rapid spread of disease aaung tbem, and fiom them to such psraon* as may happen lo be in or who reside in the vicinity of C.islle Gar ten. i'bat such use of thou* premises will cro.i to a Diistil. uia in the Fir-it ward, which will prove destruct ive to the business, dangerous to the healtiof its inhabitants in that locality, and greatly depreciate the value of pro perty there. Tbe affidavit of Cornelius Vandcrbilt, on er ani oc cupier of a home and lot No !> Bowling Grean, the value ot which is about $3*, 000, state* tbat tbs pro posed use or Castle Gardan as a laaditg plac? for eral graits arriving at the port of New Yore, will in bis opinion greatly depreciate the value of bis property, and cteate a nuisance in the neighborhood highly dangerous to the hcaitb of the residents of tbe vicinity of Castle Garden and to the health of persons doing business in tbe neighborhood. James 11. Kellam, in his affidavit, states that emi grant passengers are subject to attacks of ship fever, smallpox nun cholera, winch are highly dangerous ani fnqnently fatal in tlitir results, that tnei-e diseases are highly contagious and frequently destructive ol humau lite; that a few years since be Had occasion to visit an emigrant ship on which there ware about seven huadrel emigrant pastsngers; tlint in two or three days after, he, deponent, <ra* aittckeu with ship fever in its most nil 1 gnant form, and was prcstiated thereby f.>r mere thaa iour lucmbs. lie concludes by saving tbat tbe proposed use o: Castle (jardtb by tbe Commissioners of Km i ^ra tion would c eute a pestilence in tbn first ward, ana be destructive to its property and bnsinass. Tbe affidavit of Jtnas liartlett the keeper of the Washington tiou?e, on Battery pUce, cornering on Biosdway, was also put in, aud wis to the saaie eilect as tbe last. Stephen Whitney, who has resided at No. 7 Bowling Creen. on tbe corner of the Battery, (.?? more than twenty years, also puts in an affidavit stating tbat he purchased tbe premises on which be lives on the under standing that tbe Bowling Green and Battery should rever be used lor any private purposes ant that his property and tbe health of the iomates ot bis house will be materially id juted by tbe establishment of an emigrant Cepot at Castle Cardtn. .Jarvis L. Audrsws, a physician, who resides at the hotel coicfr ot Broadway and Battery place, deposes as to tfce dang>r likel> i0 en-iue from the landing of emi grants at Castle Garden a'.illjted with ship lever, stnill pox and other contagious disease*. win :u lit regards as highly injurious to ths health of the neighboring resi dents and tlie vslue of the kiljoin ng property. Affidavits < f the same tenor wers also read from Solo mon T. Nicbol's, It) Stt'e street; Dr. Jackson Bolton, Arthur G'llenden, No 4 Sowlicg Green, tfcmjamin F. Weymouth, CbRuncsy bt. John, ' i'utou fioltou, Charles Virpan, No. 2 Bowling Green; Peter M. Bavard- Wo 8 f-tate street; Henry Smith, No 64 Whitehall street; F. W. C. Wedkicd, No 1 State street; William K Warford, Samuel Hail, and others. Mr. Develm read an equally large n mount, of affidavits on behalf of the Commission*? of Kmiirration, amongst which were several from medical gen tie men stating tnat the proposed depot foremigiants at Caatle Garden would not do nangerous to the r.ealth of tbe locality. The affidavit of James P. Pagan sta'.ea that there are in tbe Fust wai d ooe hundred aud thirty nine emigrant runners; tbat there are several low emigrant DOiu-dmg bus's, at tbe tars of which men and women are con -tastly drinking; th vt he has been well aorfjalnted with the P>atUiy tcr over twenty -live yenrs: that it e?as once a promenade, at proper seasons, <oi the hen-, clas-es of our population, but Tbat of late ^ears it has twen almoit i resetted by such persons and i? now fre^ueuted by emt gran* runners, pocket loot croppers, natch staffers, thimble riggers and prcst.tutes, hjid tbat it is, in warm ees'ors, a' night, tbe scene ot e:v?ry kind of ndewncy The affidavit of Owen W Brannan. harbor master of the port ol New York, states that be had charge of the diatiict extending fr< m the Battery to A 1 Da ay a tree t; tbat annuavly curing the la-i seven years there have heen lsnded wlth'n bit district at least 3O,(i<)0 recently arrived emigrant passengers; that in the 1 >wcr part o'f Wa>hmg on street and Greenwich street, and ia Albany and Morris streets, there are very many emigrant board ing houFes. and that in his judgment Castle Garden is an eligible and most suitable place for the landing of all i migrants, and that be >toe? notkaov any other wharf so well adapted for a leading place for emigrants. Seve-ral other affidavits were read, setting forth that instead uf being a nuisance, Castle Garden, as an emi grant depot, would be a r enefit to the city, and a great convenience for the lancing ot emigrants Its commissiunera, in their au*wer to the complaint deny that toe Battery will thereoy become a loucging place for the emigrants, to tbe destruction of i a ordi nary use as on agreeable ani Ee:e?tary pr omenade, and epree to trect a c ose fence twelve feet in height around Cattle Garden, and to allow no communication with the Battery, sxcept by witer, unless by special conB-nt. Ihose em'Krsnts desirous ot le*'ing the city will be taken away in steamboats, and not allowed ti land in the city at all. Nor will Castle Gar. en b* used as a lodging or victualling bouse, nor for any other purpose ?ban a landing pla-,e. Tbey further dsnv tbat they have any other hcpitals except at t-taten Island aud Ward's Island, or that emigrants are in the habit of landing af Dieted with smallpox, ship-fever or other contagious icireasts, and allege tbat the number o? such cs- es a year a very trivial. Tb?y further deny that Castl>? Garden ;s a part of the Battery, because it is separated from it by a bridge, uncer wbicb tbe tide eb*>s and flowa regu larly. In conclusion, they allege that every arrangement will" be me da with captains ol' ?tesinbnitt.s to facilitate the departure of emigrants, without allowing them to laud at any other plscuintbe city than at Caitie Garden. In support of their answer, numerous affidavits were read from medical men in this city, who teitified wph sicgular unifotmity of opinion to the advantages likely to accrue lrom tbe landirg of entrants a. one central depot, instead of dlatributiDL them, a.- her-tofore, at different plares throughout tie city. They were all moat decidedly of the opinion tbat this would be at tended by no damage whatever, as it was very rare for disease to manifest itseif in emigrants a't->r they had paa.-ed through (juarantlne, and in no case did it do m until tbey had landed three or four days at least. When- i ever diseases like ship fevor, smallpox or yellow fever were so far develcpe.1 ae to be contagious, tbe symptoms were so marked that they could not very easily avoid detection. Mr. Cutting argued at considerable length fn support of the motion for an injunction, and had not concluded at the rising of the Court. Superior Comte CIVIL 6CIT AGAINPT COL. K1NMKY ? OPINION IN THE i LAW OF LIMITATIONS. Before Hon. Judge Campbc.l. Mat 28.? Ia tfce cam of C. A. Davis, Sydney Brooki, and others, n. Henry L. Kinney and Daniel J. Townaend, (already reported.) Judge Campbell rendered the follow ing decision Campbell, J ? la thi* cafe the atatute ?f limitations waa Interposed by both deievdaot.-, and a dleatiarge tinder the bankroll act t>y the defendant Io wo send. On the motion of the coua?"l for the plaintiffs, he wai allowed to discontinue the action agiinit r^wnsend, without cost*. It appeared on the trial that the defend anta, who wera co-p?rtneii, purcha?ed of the plaintiff* !? thi* city, in the year 1K>? gooca in value to between seven and eigfct thousand dollars. At that time the de> lenCsnta (tailed i.r.d carried on buaineas at Para, in the State of lliinon. The detetidaot, Kinney, from the time or tb* pur-.baK* of the go<?la, never came into the State ot New York till the time of the rcmmenrement of thi* auit About the year 1840, the celtodaot, Tonenenu, came Into tbe west on part or tb? Mate, ana after a retiJeno* of about eighteen montba he waa discharged unler the bankrupt <>? IMi. Inner ?uch a of facta, ia the atatute of limits' lone a bar to th<< recovery against tbe defen cant Kinney? 1 tb'n* clearly not. The return or the defendant, lownsend, to this State, did not aet the ati tut* running in fs?or of the other defendant. The r.aae of I-rowu agt. I eiatielj, 1 D*nio, 445, cited by defend ant's counsel, doei< not au'itain tbe pcaitiiio t?ken by him. In that cane, to a plea ot the atatute inUrpoaeJ by the defendant*, tbe plaintiffs replied that one ot the defendant* had been *b?en? from the Slate. On a de murrer to that replication, the court said it waa bad The statute waa a bar to the action againat tbe real dent defendant, aa he might hare been sued at any time, and a judgment taken against him, and aNo a judgment againat the non-reaiaent debtor under tte joint debtor act. The Court observes; ?' On the retnrn of tbe absent defendant, a non-renident defendant, an action of debt might be brought on toe judgment, ani* then, m such caaa, the re?i lent defend ant could not bavo ptended tbe atatute of limitatlona; and should' tbe one who h?d been absent interpose that defence, a replication tike tbeone before tbe Court would tumuli a ?ufticent answer to it." In other worda, in ?bia very caie, a replication that defendant, Kinney, had been continuously out of the State aince fh? tim<> the action accrued, would liave been held good. I am fur ther of opinion that even if the atatute bad commenced w run by reason of tbe return of the defendiat To su it* nd m the State, that then, when Townaenl waa t'ia r. liarged under the bankrupt act, the statute would ceaae to run aa sga.nat the other absent defendant. After hie diaebsrge, wbich would be a bar to the recovery cf a judgment against him, there would be no mode of re covering a judgment againat tbe other defendant unler tfet joint debtor net, Ike pltiaUlU in oaUflrt W J Hdf n.en' for $14 1(X Jj, beiug lb* amount agieed upon if de f>a<Unt ?aa babi*. Before H??. Judge Duer. TBBDICT AGAINST 7 HE SECOND A VTCWTH RAILBOAD. r May 28.? Danid lb o< ey rs the Second Avenue Rail ! road Company. ? Tb s wsh an action for damage* for in* I jury ('one ihe plairtiff, m reported in Saturday'! IIkkaiji. Tbe jury rendered a verdict for plaintiff for 92, COG. Return of Emigrants to Kutope, and tbe Cans** 1 hereof. Tbe large number of emigrants who bare returned to tbelr home* tn tbe Old World dnr n g the last seven o eight week#, U jarticularly d?ce'ving of attention at th > present time, when it ie considered that the return season during tbe put and previous year* never com menced before tbe morth cf Ju'y or Auguat. Last fall, aVout three thou-and J eft thia port, which was nearly treble tbe number that tock parage about the name season the icar M(P; and if the early period at which it hue alnady commenced maybe regard *1 a* au indi cation of the extent of the movement, we wiuM n >t be surprised to learn by next September that nne thousand h?d left New York. This reaction in emigration ie at tributable to the present depressed state of busiusss and the Know Nothing excitement, which ban crantei among a part of oar foreign population a feeling of distrust in ?t*r inet'tnt'ons, and of diseouragemeat ia tue'.r own prospect! of tuecess amcng us. Thin last ceuse i? said to be more powerful than all others combined, but we ?re inclined to think that it ie somewhat exaggerated, onn tbat in the greatly reduced demand for labor ie to > e found the ruling motive tbat aotuate* the thousands who are now on tbtlr way back to their native countries. Of those a considerable proportion are person* who have cot been in NewYork more (ban (wo mouths at the utmost and who bave never travelled ten miles beyond its limits in quest of employment. Mtny of them ou landing here liave ttpplioti to the Commissioner* ot (emigration, but their fai1 lire to procure work Iron them is not to be wondered at when tbe inefficiency of tbat boiy is con sidered. Hundreds at them would h*ve lieen delighted 10 go Weal, if the certainty of employment had been se cured to fliem; but as those whoso particular business it wns *o give them *11 the information and assistance which perrons in their condition required, were remiss in tiie performance of their duty, they became diaheart ened, end have carrlod.witX tuem a false mprsssion of the countrv A few have been many years here, and re turn, If cot with a competence, at least with the means of renderipg themselves icdependent. The following is a correct 1'st of the number who nave left this port for Liverpool, London and Havre, during the past two mostha: ? SIMIPUD BY o. A. TKK KYCK. Pnss>:nger.i. By the ship Driver, Afrtl 21, for Liverpool 151 " Foster, May 11, " 100 " (Confederation, Mav 11, for Havre !!6 " Webster, May 23, for Livtrpool 71 Total 358 SHirPM) BT T. C. HOC IIE. By the Aurora, April 24 for Uverpool 120 " New World, May 10, " 110 " Ontario, May 26, " 100 " Bh'ne, April 21, fir London 80 " Sir Robert Peel, May 23, " 51 Total 470 BY TAPSCOTT A CO. By the Constellation, April 6, for Liverpool 56 " Amazon. April 111, for Ix>ndon 131 '< K. 'A., April *8, for Liverpool 70 " Palestine, May 5, lor I^ndon 123 " Albion May 9, lor Liverpool 132 '? A.Z.May 14, " 48 " Devonelii re, vtay 16, for London 50 " Francis A. l'almer, May 20, for Liverpool... 130 Total 740 Here we have a total of 1,574 foreigner* who have re turned to Europe aloce tbe 1st April last, and if we add to this about live hundred who will sail witnln a few days, tbe number will oe insreaeed to two thousand. The parsa^e ticket in the steerage, for Liverpool, was formerly troai six toe'glit dollars, each psrson oeing re quired to eupply bimtelf with provisions, hut the price > as t> en rai-eo thia year to eighteen dollars for eacn jer*fn, the pn>?erger* being supplied by the owners of the vt-sfe!. Ihis has been 'oun>t necessary to put a stop to the irsuds and impositions wbioh bave oeen practised upon tb?m by ticket agents and others. Police Intelligence. TEE SUNDAY LIQUOR CASES. The exam nation in the case ef the proprietors ot Lovejoy's Bote], charged on the complaint of Henry 1'. Kobmeoo, of the Canon League, with having allowed liqucr to be ecld on their premises on Sundays, cun iiary to tbe city ordinance, was continued yesterday aittincon I* fire Justice Bogart at the Lower Polio* Court Ihe complainant was cioseiy cross-examined a treat levittb by Mr. Whitney, the partner of ex Aider riisn Libby. proprietor of tae hotel; but the temperance w'tness was feasible to tbe last, and told a straight ? tory throughout. He stated tbat he did not go into the plac* to inlorm on the proprietors of t&e place, out to e*t a Bve duller bul changed, and goiog to tbe otti :t Ur that purpoi-e was referred to the b.irroom whion he found open with a barkeeper behind tt.o counter. There wire present, during the examinauon, a<e nuinb-r of liquor dealers, miitiy of them also chargej by Korua son with bavicg tola liquor on their promises on Sun days. A very I.jnch like In its nitur*, was int niteetcd ugainat tbe indefatigable Uari-on Lesguo man, who core tlian oace cal f d upon the Court lor p ?..ts ? ti< n .iiihinit tbe insults ot the a?seuibiage. l'he decision of tbe magistrate ia reserved. CnaKGK OF F0R03HY. A ycuog man narued Jamet Thute wai taken into ens *cdy yettercay by officer Farley, of the reserved carps, charged with having forged orders for nails on t?o dif itrec.i occas ons, and ootained five kegs of this desrrip tor of hardware upon tbe strengtQ of tbe paper. It is alleged on the part ot the prosecution, that the accused inrteii orders in tbe umn? of James ? Jennings o'' tifl South rfoet, v.pon A. Heeder. hardware uealer, o* No fix rontb street Ibece order* tore <*ates 29th uk. and f,th in art. Hie prifooer, on being taken oet'ore the me gftiat- at toe Lover Police (V>urt, admitted liavinf 'in ft the firat crder, but ?en<ed having comoattted tte sen nd torpery, alleging at the time tbat it srae tbe work of ?n sccorupl ce of bis. whoae narre or place of re-i (!e> ce he wi uM e. ot divulge The prisoner is qnite a rs ip'C'abl* 'ooMLg man, and rents to htvo been dr ven by wunt and privation to the commissi! n of tbe crims. It ia supposed that be has b?*n the concoctor of a riuui I rr of dther p?tit lorgeri'S that have t>e?n eommit'.ed cn a nun<b?r of hardware merchants doing bnaineas ia ?on1h aid Pean streets. Juattoe Cim olly held the ao enred to bail in the sum of 91, COO, to answer the charges preferred against him, and tn default be was committed to prifon fcr trial. CBAfcGEOP KOBIitRV 1 GAINST AN ALLEGED PATENT 8Af E OPKKATUK. Home d*ja tgo we puhllnhed tn aooount of a paten* uf? swindle tha-. took place within the confines of Greon weod Cemetery, where a countryman, named Aztrith Stout, oi Mercer county, N. J , wm fleeced out of $960. by one Bet* Wheeler *? he alleged. Since the publica tion of the patent eaie operation, Mr. Stont has arrived in town, baring been telegraphed to by officer Keefe, of the Chief's office, Informing him of the arrest of Wheeler. Mr. fitout now, it appears, charges Wheeler, and an ac complice not yet arrented, with highway robbery, they having, aa he *aye, Inveigled him into the Cemetery, and watching a favorable opportunity knocked him down and took from his pocket, not $U60, buff 1,960, which they decsmpeo, leaving him lying on the groucd in etu i>\<) gtnsiement at tbe audacious conductor tli>ee whom betcot to ne perfect gentlemen to every respect. Wheel er waa taken ?o Brooklyn yesterday, on cusrge of rob bery, and commiitnl to prison by Justice Green. Th* oraiplaitant eays he is determined to prosecute the ac cnred, even though it should coat him much time and ILOMy. ALUtQID ATTIMPT AT HIGHWAY BOBBCRT. Two men, named John Keg an and George Meedwell, were arretted on Sunday night by officer Street, of the Fourth ward police, charged with liaving attempted by ? orciblemeaanrts torobOrin Gallusha, of SI Hudson ave nue. Brooklyn, of bis watch. Tee complainant states that while pasting through Front street, near Oliver, he was met by there men, wli?n Began t<>ok <yh">ld of him and said Ce wanted his watch, at tbe same time mailngn graep at tbe valuable and drawug it out o: Mr. Gall i pha's vent po;ket. tbe complainant, however, did not i?i m at all a)arm*4 lit tbe oondu:t of the accused, and after a *h(rrt struggle f u veaded in getting possesion of his property again, lie then raised sn alarm, when of lice r S-tieet ccniingup, the prisoner* we retaken into cus tody snd conveyed to the Fourifc w?rd statloa house. Justice Connolly, before wbi.m the sccuwd were brought, held each if thtm to bail in tbe sum of $.'>0u to sn e?ver, end in iefault tbertot they were committed for trial. BCIOLABT. The sboe store of Mr.,l?. O'Kegsn. in William street near Beei man, was broken Into on S?turd*y night by some ex ert thieves, and hcxxjs to tlx- amount of t'aO stolon iheretroni. Tnis Is tbe tecond successful attempt with in s ftw yards of tie Second Ward Station, lu a few weeks. Supreme CourUGenrisI Term. Ibe following gentlemen were admitted to the bsr, after examination William G. Aikins, Jease Itrush, William Casgrove, Adsm C. KUis. Augustine H. Giddlngs, C. C. l.snK^ell, lhomas D. Mather, Townsend Scudder, Henry Spratley, lhomas Ptevenwm, WyllUs I Tin in. Terence A Rrn^y, BrncklioUt Cutting, Aaron Frank, William Grigg. Mathew Mr.rx, Phillip Fho nlx, James M, hbteban, Ralph H. Stetson, Milton C. Trasy, Msreun Morton. I'nlted WaiM IMetrlct Court, Befo<e Urn. Jndge Ingereoll. Mat 28.? An sdmlralty canse being on, and no criml ral esse rvady for trial, the pttty Jury ? tt? 4scha:g?d iatil WeJteeda^ porniag. Another Cargo of Saint*. ARRIVAL OP TH1 8*1* ?aLIJK 8TKTSON WITH THUS m*>DKIU MOBMOK8 ON BOARD. During the summer ant until late la the faU such of the Hormone a* intend immigrating to thia country will com# to the porta of New York or Philadelphia, instead of tii . *w Orleans. aa heietulore. Tnejr d this in order to avoid too I ability to sickcess consequent upon pisiing through the Southwestern country, where yellow fever and cholera ace ao fata', t ? the stranger daring warm wea'her. There hare bren to far three arriva'i at northern porta: one at Philadelphia and two at New York? the S. Cur ing, about which we hare already given an account and the Wil'iam Stetson, which arrived las* Sunday, and in now lying at the dock foot of Dover street. Thia ahip brings nearly fire hundred passengers, of which two hundred and ninety-three are of the Mormon faith. Tne cleanliness and management exhibited on board thin vea eel are deserving of all praise. The passengers ate di vided into neven wards, under ofllcers, all of whom of?ey the brln *ts of the three principal officers ? Elder t-mitlmrst, President, and E dera Wright and Sprout, councillors. A great number of these people come from Wales, win re Monuonlstn is quite rite, others from Ksglaad, and a few from Scotland, they are mostly of the poorer clan* ? colliers mechanic* and tar coem. Taey do not in t?ud to procewi immediitetT to Utah, as stated, from tne lact that they have not sufficient means. Taey will en deavor to pro<: are work In the Atlantic Mhs, awl "WW wait until such ttme as they can procure funds to tuke tbem to the promised laud. I'tali. Hie following ih the liat of Mormon passengers shipped on board the William f^teon Adults Clii'drm Atlullt. Children. Sam'l ano El'h Hey wood, T Sarah Cbannlng, John Forbes, hlizabeth Moms, 1 TLomas WignaU, Mary Entwistle, Thcmas A- Ann Matthias, & ibrs and Mary Wasden, 7 Joseph Wilson. John P ?nl J Smith, 3 IJtunah Hancox. John ('oiforj. John acd Mary Horrocks, 6 Join H. and E. Archer, 4 Jihn Buckley, James and Ann Hodges, 1 Sarah Wood. Mary Lucas, 1 Matthew Mudd, 3 Wm. and Strah Stone, Mary Daroey, Wm and Einuia Wright, 1 Hannah Darney, Jos. and A Meadows, Francis k Kobnti Pproul, 7 Matthew Kxire, Tbcun s and Mary Hill, 7 James Ashmin, Isabella Hendry. 7 Samuel and M. Kowloy, 1 Chrtcsn and II Haytcn, 3 James (iritten, 2 Jo*?pb and D Klwood, 3 Mary Keere, 1 Frances Smelling, Jos and M. Whitehead, 1 James Hards, 3 Thomas Hall, James and Ann Ix>w, 1 Thomas Larpid, Janet I.ow, Klizabuth KUg, 4 Joseph and Ann Baui*h, fl Peter and Ann Adahead, 1 John and S. Sherrington, 4 Wm and Mary Thorntoo, 7 .??arah Taylor, 1 William Williams, Hyram Cherrington, Anna Jones, William Wilkes, Chan, and E. Davie*, 3 William Kob-rts, Tbos and E Jones, 2 John and E< ith Sallis, Samuel and M. Briley, Father Waiters, Jane liriley, l'hebe Booth. Thtoiocia Briley. Flizabttn Holmes, 2 James and M. A. Price, 1 t>harp. Tho? and Sarah Harrald, 1 Harriet Green. Jabez Auger. i-arali Green. Kilaa Yates. W '.Uiam Showell. Wm and Jane Paster, 1 ( bailee Lashbrook. Erai'y Hogirard. & Elizabeth Allen, 5 David an<^ H. Blrsch. Robert and Ann White. Thomas Giles. Mary Hewitt David and K. Stepney, 2 Jos. and Klbn ('niton, 1 Elura Taylor Daniel ami S. Wadworlc, 2 Catherine Powell. Jos ana Mary Gas kill. William Jones. Aaron at d C. t-methurs, 3 William Stradley. William Smith. Jaa and Mary Wnltehesd 4 George and 3 Blord, 1 Ricli'd and AnnHarwcod, 1 Wm. and C. J Meadowa. George Yupp James Howard. Abral Am and A. Ogden, 1 Georgians Hockvale. Eiiza Fenr, 2 John and M Galloway, 2 Mary Christ an. Ralph Worthing. W:lliam Kay. Elizabeth Robinscn. Ji men and Mary Dutton. Samuel Jonea. Henry Sutciipve. Ellen Perks, 2 Tbts. ana Alice Milla, 5 RECAPITULATION. Adults, over fourteen yeaia 188 Cbildreii over one year and under fourteen years. . . 86 Infanta under one jear 20 Total 298 Elder Aabox SxnHt'JUT, I'reeiient. "" Fraxcis m'houl, > ~ ... . " WlUUM WHIOIIT. } U * A plan eat the above figures will show how rsmarka t\y prolific there peop'e are. There are only forty one married couple, ?nd ?o devotedly have they attended to their marital duties that lo5 cbilcren now bless their board Indeed, when we visited the vessel yesterday, Utwnn decks teemed to swarm with little ones. Yet, TiGtwithfelancing this, t>ie vessel was remarksblr cletn ann neat nor was there any ot that peculiar ellluvia so offensive on board mo-it ships During tb? pas sag ? there were time deaths of children and two birih*, and hut very little sickness of any account. Every evening the sa'tits were a?rembled tegetber in the steerage, and ad cresiedby their elders on rop os connected with their religious lailh arid duties. 7he voyage is described ai a pleasant ooe. There will ho another ship load ot Mvnrons here within a week or two. At this rat*, there will it no leea then thirty thousand emigrants added to the population of Utah during the ccmlng year. Coroners* Inquests. TBI' MULBtRKY 8TRE*r nOMICIDK? VBUDICT OP THE JVBT. Yes'orday Ccronet O'Donnell concluded tho Inquest upon the body of Hugh Donnelly, who was killeJ, as it is alleged, by James GlUen, while Gghiing with him in MulWiry street, on Saturday, the 20th Intt. Additional testimony, but none of sn important nature, was taken by the Coroner. The jnry in thia case, after due coosld irstion, rendered a verdict of "Death by a wound in flicted by a kni'e or some other sharp instrument in the hands of Ja nes Gillen." I pon the rendition of the verd'et, Coroner O'Donnell preceded to examine the prisoner upon the charge prefeiTt <1 against him ss fellows : ? Q ? What in your name ? A. ? James (Mien. Q. ? How old are yon f A ? 1 birty j ears. Q ? here were you born 1 A. ? Iieland. Q ? Wkt re ( o j ou live ? A ?No. &s Mulberry street, in the rear. Q ? What is your occupation ? A. ? A labour. y ? Have juu anything to say, and if so, wliat^? rela tive totbe charge of causing the death of Hugh Donnel ly, here preferred against you ' A ? I am not guilty of the charge. The prisoner was then committed to the Tombs to await the action of the Grand Jury. KILL}' D BY FALLIKO OUT OF A WINDOW. Corocer Hilton he'd an inquest yesterday upon the body of Richs'd Belling, a Geiman, about 30 years of age, who was billed by falling from the eecood story window of the house 178 Chambers street, on the morn ing of the 27th Inst. The .jury rendered a verdict of '?Death by fracture of the skull from a fall " The de cayed was in bad health at the time of the accident, and waa confined to hia bed. He was picaed up mr?rv aibiefrom tie yard, and nrver spoke a word after re ceiving the fall. ANOTHER FATAL FALL. Coroser Wilhelm held an inquest upon the body of Henry Plocb, a native of Germany, aged 32 years, who was accidentally killed by falling out of the fourth etory window cf the home 317 Seventh avennc. The deceased was endeavr.ring to open the blinds, when, losing hia balance, he was precipitated out of the window to the ground ben'atb, a dlstsnce ot ovsr forty feet. The jury in this cate rendetea a verdict of "accidcntal des'h ' Hobolcen City Hewi. Miijtart rxRADu.? Ilie Slat regiment of the Hud*3n I'ngade paraded yeatrrday, under the command of Col. >hakr. This regiturnt i* composed of the Hoboken mlli i. j companies. Having marched through th? streets of Hcbokfn. the rsgtin?nl pro to thu city of Hudson, and wer>* reymwed by Brigadier <><neial Wright, after nhich they returned to liobokeu and wore Jtn ??/ City Sftws. Brr.GLAr.ini. -Cn Satnriaj night the residence of Geoige (June, in youth Third street, wait entered, and a gold watch, a quantity of jewelry an<! silverware wa? taken away. The house of Daniel B. Alger, Is Or ore afreet, near Pavonia avenue, was entered the iuv night an<l robfceo ef a quantity o( tilverwara and clothing. The tarti'i* atoreol R. A. Kandall, in Montgomery aire**, was tobbed on Suiiday nlgbt of a quantity of hemes*, and silver mo^ntinga for barneea. The dwelling ot K. C. Bretnhali, at C itrrmont, t?o milea from Jersey City, waa eateied on Friday ni;;ht iact, bat the thief waa fn<h'?o #d awn j. in coneequ?nca ot having diaturDed the family, ami carritd nothing with him. WlUlamahurg City M?w? Pf maim.?1 The hou-e ot Frederick Doscber, oorner cfgtaggand Worrell atreeta, Kaatern diatrict, waa bar g'nnoualy entered on Sunday afternoon, during tha tern poraiy absence of the family, and robbed of two gold eatcl ea, ? quantity of jewelry and ailver ware, valued >n a 1 1 at about |:!< 0. The eame afternoon, while the family of Jokn Palmer, No. M North First atreet, ware ah , lit at cbnrth, the house was entered by meana of f al?e 1 eya, and nearly nil the apartments were ransacked. I h? thieves did not flnd tha money which they were poUbly naeaiehof. Marine Affair*. Tn?: f TrAjrann* FKinwos ha< been placed on the Havre -ante, and ia advertised to lt?re Ib-.s port on the 16th 0 (J?? aest. Tl?f> ttlrgriph and ih > .tgli.ia Elrrtlw. Titre a*ems lo mi lata! y i ttgn g over iom Mm* of telegraph? they fail 1i wrrk at the very nonwtt whan tier are the wow valuable Tliia waa pecul'arlf tba care with the Washington anu New Orleans lioa oa last Thursday right. Tha Yiigloia election, tha result of which waa anxiuni>ly 'ookej for all over the North, took place on teat day , and we should have bad some of the returns for tie II kxald of Fri'ay. We had made arrangements (or a sufficient number of re'.urnx to show tba probable result, but the expense ano trouble a? w?nt (or naught, an.i we were obliged to go to preaa with the old excu?e that the win* were prevented froM working by lightning Things were not niueb bettor oa tie text day, aod we were compelled to give our reedaru such hukty, incorrect, m'.aty despatchr* as the operators od thin line taw lit to seuJ through, after the} had been stolen by the goverament organ, which ?.< too mean to pay for them. The Baltimore American of Saturday has the following paragraph in relation V. this matter Thk Socthuv Tki.khrai'u Lin ? i more sromUiav , unmitigated bumbug than the Southern Mgrapb lina, aa at present com! acted, it wou'd b? difficult to flat. Order, system. or regularity 'orm no part of it^= fthico, and an attpmpt to accommodate its customers appareat ly never enters tha head* of tboae who control its ipera t'icna Ov?r half tbe time its miserable want of mpair k -eps it out of use, and when working. th? neglect of ita operate! ? an?t a total absence of aiy desire to meet tba reipiirtrnf nts or its patrons, render the best eiertiona to make it strviceable entirely nugatory. I>uring -he past day or two, whilst the whole country has been j earnestly looking for the returns from Virginia, its In | efficiency has been most snnoy.ngly manifested. I.aet | ulght whilst we were eagerly waiting 'or rsturas froaa tbe ><outbwe*ten! part of th>> State, an'* theliaa had beea ordered to rimaiii open as long as t jere wa? any pr>e pect of receiving anything, tbe ofliie hsre wa* t>u<ldenty closed withont notice or any re* .on being givan. On tbe Trefoil* oigbt a similur p<e:e of neglect occurred; the line being repo'ted as not working beyond Alexandria, when such waa tot tbe fact, despatches tor the Assooa ted I'rem having subsequently been received at Washing ton hut to reacn Baitimose because the oMse here bad Veen closed. Tbe wsnts of the community de mand either a new Use of telegraph to Mie South, or aa entire change in the man.igemont of tbe present conspa nv. Through the attention of the House line from thia city to Washing Ion, we were enabled last night to get through seme of our most important despatches front Ricbmoad We copy the above article to show tbe state of f sat lag in relation to the management of tha Washington and New Orleans line. We have from tbe agent at Washing ton who forwarded the depatcbes for the New York praaa, a detailed statement of the circumstances of Thursday and Friday. Tha affair is one which calls for a strict investigation by the president and directors of the omb pany which owns the line. The facto in our posse? toa show that tbe New York despatches were delayed, eitbsr by neglect or intention, on Thursday night. The pieaa and tba public demand that means shall be takea to pievtnt the repetition of aenoyanoes of this kind. telegraphs, like banking institution* and Or tar's wife, should be above suspicion. City Intelligence. Coscirt at Dr. Ci'.-- Church.? 'We understand that a gmnii amateur concert ia to be given at the Bar. Dr. Cumming's church, Twenty-eighth street, on Thurs day evening, the Slat instant, the object of which ia ta contribute to pay a debt under which the church mow labor*. To promote it several amateur* hare voian teeied their services, while the management W the cm eert if under the direttim of several distinguishad la .liea and gentlemen. The programme will consist of ju dicious elections fiom the moat appropriate opera* and the beat cratono* There who, witnont reference to re ligiouR predilections, have heretofore been delighted with the choir of bt. Stephen'* church, -houid not fail to contribute, by their umely encouragement, to thia deserving object, which, while It aiflH a um vera ally ea teemed pastor, promotes a most salutary iniluanoe ia * the sacrecness of music. The tickets are one dollar, and can be procured at the vestry of the church, aal we believe at the piinclpal music atores. ?fri>o Paradk or raw Gajmms Lafaycttc.? ' The aaaaal spring parade of the Frenoh company, the Garde Lafafr ette, tock p'ace ye*terJa y. They asaerablel at the M?n Bouse at 10 >4 oV.k>ck, and from there proceeded to HeJ l>oken. wbere they pa%f?ok of a collation at the Hot* Napoleon: after which they returned to the city, ul paraded through t?e( principal streets. The Guard wa? divided Into eix tcmni.iaOa, Mr. L. C. Leclerc acting aa ron inan^ant. Thfy were accompanied Dy Dodworth' < baud, who weru dre-sed in the uniform of the Gua>4 Htid attracted no lilt p attention by their exquisite play log We understand an effort is being made ay thi company to iticrevee the r force, to as to form a com plete irgLment wearing the French uniform. They hav ulrtntfT succ<er?-dln < r)>no:tiog several companies, nod expect helore long to have their number completed; and ? r .?licaiion will cocn >e made to Gov. Clark fcr commia 1 idtiH lor their c fflctra ? th&t official having olgnified bin wlJlcgnersto ;ssue the ntreinary dccamjnl? when the reg'ment was full. Tte Garde J afojrette am now attach ed to the Iwc'i'r.ij regiment, and when tb*y parad* are compelled to wear th? sbowy Austrian uniform of that corps; this thr.s do not wish to do, and hence the effort to form a reglniTt of tbeir own. This f roa-h romp: ny Hie acMrvmg of nil pr?mo for their a imfratiie drUI, and vbe ucatmsu of tho'r equipment Io this latter pir.icn !ar tL?y show an tratup'e it would he well far certain D.ilitsiy cctrpanits that could be named, to fo'low. t?m French soldier is al?ajn neat and clean, and take* a comnen.tahle pude iu 1?h appearance when on parato. lor are the numbers of the Garde Lafayette forgetful or their nutonal reputation in thi<4 respect, and of thia their parade of yesterday boru ahundaut testimony. Aa to the btantj ot the uniforni ot the Garde, we coafeaa to having a p. i .ate opinion of oar owe, btu as the m?m>MTe appear to Uke it, we tuppnre it'* all right At the Httol Najc.'ei n tcasti were iirsnk, and speeches mad* hr Gen. Hail, Gfn. Sandlord, Major l*g*l and Captain l.?clere. After the collation lien. Wright, of New Jersey, paid them a vis.t with three companies of the HuboWrn uiiU tia, who, alter an exchange of civilities, eacorted the Garde LaUjetteto the ferry. This ts the first puhlia parade t-lncs the organization of th* battal.oa. Thejr mustered one hnndreu and twenty muiketa. Tuc Tcrmss. ? Large number* of German* founl their way to Staten Island yesterday, to witnaeH the per formances of the Turnverien, and llaten to the singing and playing of the Sangeround The day waa beautiful, and the ferry boat* were crowded with m*a, womea and children, eager to enjoy the good things in iitore for tlieui on the lslacd, and catch the healthful that come up fri-m th* ocsan. Of course, the requirnmenta of the Maine law were not rigidly followed, bit that did not detract from the enjoyment of the day. Every tn ag paesed eff pleasantly, and the crowd returned in the evtning a a happy as a fine day, abundant fiod aad good lager bier could make them. Cricket. The RMUKMi commenced last twk at Philadelphia. Tk* wratbcr ?u delightful, and drew together a Urge body of Tieitcrc on tbe Camden gtonnd. Two aidee tm md? op, of twite oo a aide; and after ?ome pool plaj froea Senior, Rradibaw, Rleliardcon, and Jobaion, a bat waa presented by tbe Piesldent to Rebarilaon 'or the latitat ?n<r*. Tlie Celiliop might be better. The following waa tbe score j ? RKVIOK'B SII>E. f 'irtt Inrtmgt. Smml Innings. S'erlor b. Collin 3 c. Johnaon b. L Wiater. S tergeent c. and b. IJr*4 abaw G Barlow c. W. W later, b. I,. Wiater 9 Blight e. Johnroa b. fcraU aiaw 10 e. L- WUter b. Kuhn . . . J# b. Dradabnw ? e. Jobnaoa b. Bratlabaw.lS Downing b Colli* 1 b. Colli*. i* mucin. Ood<*ard 1 b. Uradahaw. .... , richer e. FnnUart h. Colli* 2 c. Job anon b. Brad* ha w. ft Atwood b Ooddarl 0 Ogilhj b. (iodcard 0 runout it not oat 0 Hunt b Gcddard 0 b. Collia Marenco, not out 1 c. Jehnxon b. Uradahaw. Q HU1 b. tioddard 0 e. aod b W Wiater 1 WKe ball* 14 Bjn 1 Wllebella IS Bjea Total. .AH Total. ?iui>mjiw'a mdb. b. H* meant 1 b. Senior S b. He?i?ir e. Htll o. Seamr. W. Wl*t?r, mnoii? S Tir.d haw d. Senior 3 England e fenior b. (Jer I* ant 9 Collin b. Senior 2 Hi hartffon, leg before wieiet 49 b. Senior ? Onfdaid b. senior. ..... . 7 e. and b. Downing ft Fbield* b Pernor 0 S'.pt Sentjr u Harlow . S I. W later b. Senior 1 b. Hcrteaot ?? Kttn b Penlor,... A b. Serreant 4 Hall b. Senior 6 b. Donning S Hanion o. Barlow b. Ser geant 3 not oat * Johneon, not oat 12 b. Senior * Hide ban* 4 Bjea.... ? legbjea " Totn! 101 Wide ball* 1 Hf*? 10 Isg byoa ? Tetal. .64 Cow* talcadar? TIU? Oaf, Lamu Staw Hornier Ourar.? Noa. JW, 42, 14, 48, 68. Mi. 66, f 'A ?*} **? iirruii Corar? Clreolt.? Noa. 1707, 1874, II, 20, Jif 2 o S96, ii7 ?? Ai pw-aa c?<mT? General Term.? Nna. 52, 26, %i?, 95. 10,'ja, AO, 77, 9.-1. 6, 62, 14, 100, 101. * ( ohmow I uue? Adjouruol to Hattirday next Svpkbiok Co i; rr.? 11112, 176, OCT. 7U>, S46, 2*8*, 9*. 10 617, 776, '4. 7". 386, 70S, 424, 72, 119, 361, 700. 4 ! j! 760, 476, 7V*, 4U2, 406, 918, W20, 922. 023, 389, 54*. 2 >6, 41.6,114 bt-4. *10, 446, 444 , 68i, Stf. r.29, 0J4. lib, t'2# to 'il9.

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