Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 7, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 7, 1855 Page 4
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NEVy YORK HERALD. '/iMBl GORDON BBBSICT. rROPHJKTOS AND EDITOR. trine* a. v. oDnu or M?uo uv num a? Wol-mr XX....1 ft?. 1ST AMCBKHKNTB THIS B* SWING. MwMT TBEaTEE, Itnn-LtiT Mas? 3cubt or ??nui-ivmii or Rbathmoaoi sh. HlllO'S QiRDIK, Broadvaj? Sounamuula. BL'RtON'8 THKATRK, Ckukn HrMt-lu ?h? V?iu i a ?> ?uf? (mat Rahoal Jack? Da* Aim wi Fai*. METROPOLITAN THRa'jRE, BrOAdwM- A Hoawixe C*u- a Mauit-La Baja d> Sivtu?? who trkixi Fiarr. AMERICAN H0BHCH- Homing -Tnvi -a It Oh-Lend Ms ?iy* SHU.1.IHO* Alumna *A Uiiutr 11* diMr* or Bnmi. iMilir-UaiiTjlii or tb* WOOD'S MIN?TRRlS-Meeh**><*' Bkll? ?7J Hro?dw*j BCCRLRY'H OPRRA BOUSE, (30 Hr?Klir?T ? Due? IM'i Ethiopian Otua Tnourc. CHINRVR ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 639 Bro?4w?y-PAa? MAMA Or tOOFI Alio 9l ?i I or SI1AITONU VRRBAH'B BCKLESQUK OPERA HOC SR. 069 BrOA* ??I - BrnioriA!" OrUA Iioun. Hew York, Tbonday, Jane T, 1835. The Mews. The rteam^hip Washington, from Bremen and fkrat&amptoo May 23d, arrived at this port list owning. H?r news was anticipated by the pre vious arrival cf the Afuca at Halifax ; bat oar flit* eoatain some extract* with regard ti tie l*te and proposed new oonfereices at Vienna which will be found interesting. In the oouras of sjm9 remarks which Lord Lyndhurat addresed to the English Mouse of Lerda on tbe 22d ultimo on the sub ject, his lordship stated that fresh negotiations would be opened, acd the continental corres pondence of the London journals confirms Bis opinion. Lords Palinerston and John RumII addressed the Commons on tbe 21st of May, iu en deavsnrg to stave off the want of confidence re marks embodied in the motion of Hr. Milner Gibson, this tbey e fleeted ; bat Lord John, when charged with tbe fact, acknowledged that he had treated for ? peace on a moat unanbstantial basis, and which wonid have left Russia quite free to act against Turkey again at any time. In fact, his lordship ?Bid he was anxioaa for peace at any cofet. We pub lleh Count Nesselrode's version of the proceedings of the late Pea e Convention, in which he asserts that Russia nude every honorable concession fir peaoa vihlcb could be expt cted. Tnis paper is very ably written, and appears very plausible in its re heat sal of the events. The steamer Northern Light arr.vei yeii-erday ?arcing, and landed passengers and specie at this port in twenty and a half duja iiom S .a Frascisco. This is sot the shortest, bat one of the quickest trips ever made, the fame ves*. 1 having arrived on tke 14th of November last, the tiip being made la twenty d&js and twelve hours. By the Northern light we have the details of tae ne*s which was first received on Monday by telegraph from New Orieass. The lnteiiifft>noe ii uuimpoitaat, bat we learn that monetary and general affVrs were stea li ly improving, and the excitement which had arisen en the announcement of the second fiiiure of Page, Bacon A Co. had gradually died away. The mines were spoken of aa being very prosperous, and the floe weather following the late copiom rains had en abled tbe miners to pursue their labors with ra ftered advantages. The anti-gtmbiing Jaw bad gone into operation, and its provisions were very generally complied with, which seemed to cause ooariderable aatisf action among the people. The EI Dorado House, the principal and most fashion able | ambling establishment in Ban Francisco, bad closed its (loon and put up a bill " to let." This is tbe last cf the weekly line ot steamers, tae mail boat Bonota, for Panama, having left Ban Francisco on the same day with the Uncle Sam, for Nicara gua, and consequently over two w&eks will elip33 before we again get news fr m California. Our files from the Sandwich Islands are to the 21st of April. Five English war vessels, carrying about one hundred and twenty guns, hid sailed from Hone lain with the intention of joining a French foroe in a aeoond attacK on Petropaulo ireki. It was thought they would reach there by the 20th of May. Ik appears from the report of Chief Jus tics Lee that crime had increased in Honolulu and Oahn, at leavt tnore had been more convictions. Appications for divorce bsa dimlnisted. A sum of $1,84150 had he en stolen frcm tie government vaults. Our correspondent at Rivas (Nicaragua), writing m the 24*h of May, stales that tbe revolutionary struggle in that portion of Central America was likely to continue with an obstinate and blooiy fury, as, owing to the great principle of republican iim for which the people contended, they could n:t give way. General Munos, one of the most able and accomplished soldiers, bad taken command of the democratic army and completely re-orgarized it, with the aid of five hundred veterans detached from tbe foroe of Geneial Cabanas, of Honduras. Tbe existing gov ernment was in great dismay, and their army march ing cn Leon had halted at Managua sooner than meet llunc s. The people would not have any system of iule approximating to that in iorce in Guatemala or Costa Rica, which it was feared was tending to waids a monarchy in both place?. A summary of the progress of politics at each place is given, aai is quite interesting. Late accounts from the plaios state that the lo ttos a had assembled at a place called Aah Hollo y ] in formidable number*, eager for a tight. Tbcy re gard the pmall detacbnunta of aoldiera with the ?taoet contempt, and toe garrisons at Forta La ra mi* and Kearney were in a state of tha keenest ap pretension and suspense, fearing that the savages may attack them before reinforcements arrive. . The dekvt of the aboliliot Lsts la the election he'd uj&anaM ou the 22duU.,bas had the effect to * ^ *J ex*ft<ment on the slavery qn-atlon in that 1*.?' people of the Territory, ajcwding M ret*?tly received, hai dropped aid taken to their ordinary occupation*. In Nebraska, the prescriptive action of the em' grant aid faction had aroused a spirit of resistance, ^?nd we tear of public meeting* being held, reaolu pvs* d and addresses published, advocating thMMtabuabasent of a a'ave State in the southera l?oi?eE of Territory. In fact several families i have moat there aire**? ??*>.?. . ........... . ? ] tbeyl Intend to remain. T)Je National Democratic. B'ate Canimtiee have ?pp#ir.ted Wednesday, the 5th of S?pt^mbsr, as the tine JLnd Byraouss as the placi for holding a State Oonw^otioi for the purpose of nomina'iog a ticket for Stajp officers. The following are to be nominated:? A Wcrretaiy of State, in pfcea of ELiaa W. Leaven " wjJj; Comptroller, la placs of James M. Cook; Tre| isnnr, in place of Abridge ?. Spaulding: Attor ney General, in place of Ogdoa HofLnan; Bute Bni taetr and Surveyor, in place of Jaha I. Clark; CMtal Cootmtasioner, in place of Frederick Failed; InaueCtor of Bute Prison, in olac: of Dirlas Clark, swit a Judge of Court of Appeals, in place of Ad ii aonGaidiner, Chief Judge. The election takes pla^e oc the ?th of November. At tho stma time one Bapr eme Crort Judge In e\ch of the eight judicial districts and member ? of th<> Sanate and Assembly ate to be voted for. fbe General Society of the Unchanice anl TradM nren <f the city ef New York held a regnfa* mining i fast evening at the rooms of the body in B<-o*d*ay. Several new members were admitted, bot mbnst nen ef any public importances was transited. t%e cotton market *m excited yestaWhp, oa account of the news by the Africa. The sales 1 ranked 8,0*0 a 10,000 boles, including a portion ' > nig instill The market cl fled at ia advance of j*. c. par lb. Floor wm in be'.er supply, an l I'M*, far bW. lower for common 8M?, and 18c. per M>i, ttu ^anu'i'.M. Wif.'tri wm aln <i<vwi abo;ii , J1?e. per bbf. When* was rwrt f * beyew, with j Vgat aalee. li*d?aa corn deoV'uud 2c. per bethel for We atari mud, white Boatb?ra white tad yellow w?r? ncWigtd. Pcik ud provisions generally were tins. Freights wen dull and rtt-tr toga Ugbt As other tmmI wu engaged to bad fur rooJoa ariih poik, at private terms. The Board cf EJu^ation net last evening. A number of reports vere a ted on. A otuatQu>oation fit m wi ancr jnr ns individual read, being aa cff.r t j jtms prlzea of $100 to t?e papli, of th* Fcna acadeny ?>b aiiiing the h'gheat reward of tha io s ituuou; $20 to toe next nigaesv, and $5 to an A pupils m m?) tvu more than oae msdai. Toe off sr was ac"#ptcd. T>ete was do banians of importance dene at the Bo&rd if Suoerviaort) las*, evening. Tt? report of the com in like in tivor cf increasing the uU iea of ike Jim gee of (he Si*1* courts, waa received and made a tpe ial order for Mondaj next, to wbiob day the B ard adjourn ed. The B ard of Aldermen lait e.veaiog ad ipterd a t*s* lutiyn callVg ud. n the Police Commissioners to (Jiimiea policeman Nelson, who so taaely 1 okod on at the assault committed u;on alirrmtu Brigg<i hy Fratk 0'K?efe. 7 be ma??. important item of ihe Biard of Coaocil BKniaet uig t was the le&Jing of a message fom hii- Hi nor tire Major, advaoa ing tne request of the Lcng Ifiaiid i.ruie's thai. more ample market a> ocmmcdatioa* might be given them, whereby thay a?j be Ab e to Lave direct communication with cue ptople. This me*sega is published ela-iw.idra. Tlir RcOjieiting of BicgotUtloni at Vienna. The Africa 'briDgs the not unexpected news tit at Coubt Buol has enggestei the reopeaing of negotiations, in the hope of the re-establish ment ef peace. It is said at Berlin ? and the chances are that the statement is correct ? that the curtailment of Russian power in the Black Sea is proposed to be effected by a convention between Turkey and Russia, stating the num ber of ships which each Power is to be at liber ty to maintain in those waters, England and France having two each, as a sort of guarda rosta. It is not easy to understand how the Czar can accept these terms. He is strong, his neighbor weak; he is growing, the Forte on the decline; he is euro to inorease his navy every year, Turkey to diminish hers; and yet it is ex pected that he will agree to limit his naval force by hers, to agree that his youth and strength shall not excel or outstrip her age and weakntits. It would be a very singular stipula tion. Such a bargain would be like one be tween the United States fog Jpstance, and in dependent Canada, binding tft* United States not to build more ships than the Canadians. The fate of an American statesman who would propose, ench a thing would not be doubtful; are we to expect lens firmness, less patriotism, lees spirit of progress among the Russian no bles? That Germany wants peooe, and means to strain every nerve to obtain it, is beyond question. Austria learned in the old Napoleon's time that for her, war was certain to be a losing game. Atter the fall of Napoleon, the statesmen of Austria made the pre servation oi peace a cardinal point in Aus trian policy. All the efforts of the Europeans from Tronpan and Lay back to the downfall of Charles Ihe Tenth, were directed to this one object, the preservation of peace. Peace, they knew, was the only stable guarantee against revolution. So long as peace lasted, their standing armies were an unanswerable refuta tion of popular theories; but once let war break out, and those bayonets be fruitlessly employed in international straggles, the throne and the oligarchies were lefc exposed, and a popular outbreak Inevitable. Timo has not inipaired the soundness of this principle of po licy. It is more than ever th ; policy of Au<* fria and Prussia to remain at peace, if they c in. And it may be taken for granted that proposition a'tcr proposition will be mads by the Austrian plenipotentiaries; thaL, as fast as one conference breaks up, another will ba pro* posed; that scheme will follow scheme, compro mise rise out of the ashes of compromise, and negotiation never withdraw wholly from the iieid, till the Austrian dominions themselves are attacked, and self-preservation bids the Emperor take the sword. It is fast coming to that, unless these propo sals and counter proposals contain the germ of en arrangement. The contest is about to ba renewed on a gigantic scale. It is probable that in that tmall patch of earth which lies between the Balkans, the Carpathian ridge, the Dnieper and the Black Soa, over a million and a quarter j>f men are At this moment in arms. First a powerful Austrian army holds, by martial law, the Danubian Princi palities. Opposed to them on the line of the Dniester and the Galician frontier six hundred thousand men, the flower of the Russian army, await the order to advance. Into the Crimea, troops are pouring from Odessa and the Norib, to prepare for the struggle that is to take place there this summer. The al.ied armies are over estimated in the telegraphic : message at 200,000 men: 175,000 elective men will probably prove a fairer estimate. But what an enormous army even this constitutes! Scott never led more than 11,000 men into the field in Mexico. Wellington operated in Spain with from 20.000 to :i0,000 men. Ttie forco en p-igod at the battle of Waterloo was about 80, 000 on each side. At Inkermattn not more than 8,000 or 9,000 English and .'$.000 or 4.000 J'rench were engaged; the Rti?*ians pay they bad no* more than 1"?.000, though it seems more than likely that their force was double | that number. What a contrast between these ard the force Peiissier will lead into the high lands of the Crimea ! Nor is it at all likely fiat ?oeiiuewans will h? ? v...- ? had plenty of time ? at least three months of lair weather? for the reinforcement of Lipran di's army: it oneht, to be as strong as th it tf the alii* e. In former times battles have taken place in the Crimea between armies nearly as large as these. The Tartars, at the establish ment of the G her!* dynasty, ?ro said to have been able to brfin.' 200.000 men iuto the field, all residents of the Crimean valleys; these were the times when the Czar of Rfasia pur chased the gotd will of the sovereign of the Crimea by an annual tribute and a Crimean army re-instated an Emperor at Stsmbonl; it i? fair to infer from the strength of the Crime tin army at this date that battle grounds exist in the peninsula on which an army exceeding 100.000 can mamruv re in battle. So that w^ may fairly lot k ere long for something in the way of fighting compared to which what has patted hitherto will appear mere skirmishing. r m/KN I{orr?riKHK MVEmutii. ? Citizen Robe pierre MeKlrath. in h's paper the Tribune > (?etmF to My that the blood of a human being is a mailer of very little ooosequ ncr in o ,m | panton with the establishment of Noal Dow'* I mammoth grogshop at Portland. It is said o? the Frenth Robespierre that he was a temper ate man, aad drank nothing but wafer: bnt we know taa: Ik- had a prodigious th r?t for blood The conduct of oar Amerfata Robespierre similar tastes: he too prefers bluod to r4m. Is it &ot time for the stockholders of the Naw-an Bank, and particularly saoh me a as If 'jeers. Peme & Brooks, the p*per makers, to eall a meeting ai d ascertain whether it is for their interest that the President of an institu tion in which their earning- are invested should be the instigator and the sponsor of measure* fraught with infinite disaster, coofosiou, and debtiuction of trade and ham in life? The Philadelphia Giiand National Coun cil.? Our special despatch, whioh we publish this morning, from Philadelphia, di Mioses wnat will probably be the upshot of this Council, viz ?A depuration of the sheep from the goats? a purification of the Order on the slavery ques tion? the organization of a truly nttioual par ty upon a national platform, leaving such sedi tious abolitionists as Wilson aud his New Eng land gang to shift for themselves. This cleans ing process, we agree with our reporter, will be very apt to give us three distinct and tre mendously hostile parties for the Presidency:? the new national American party ? the reorgan ized democratic party, and the general consoli dated anti-elavery party, formed of all the abolitionists, free soilers, isms, aud fag ends of the North, from Cape Cod to Kansas. Another result will probably be, from the nomination of Mr. Wibe or some other mm as the democratic candidate, of Seward, Wilson, or come such man, as the anti slavery candi date, and probably of George Law as the Na tional American candidate, that all three will be thrown into the House of Representatives for an election. And what then t The anti elavery candidate will there be instantly re jected; and the democracy being in a minority, Live Oak George, should he be the other man, will be very apt to get the prize. It 1b useless to say that this present aati slavery movement amounts to nothing. Since 1844 it has been gathering strength with every successive Presidential election. The anti sluvery diversion in this State in '44 elected Mr. Polk? the Van Buren free soil movement of '48 elected G<tl Taylor; and this third party would have developed its baiaacs of pivver in '52 quite as decisively, but for the over whelming uprising of the solid people in a great Union movement upon Mr. Pierce. The results are before us. The Union party which brought Mr. Pierce into power, has, by his treacherous, corrupt, and feeble administration, been Blatter ed to ihe four winds. Both the old parties have been destroyed. This new American party ? ibis new anti-slavery crusade, and this new movement? a new organization ot the democra tic party? have gro vn up from the ruins of the two old parties and the administration. The worst of it is, that this new and formidable anti slavery league has been provided with more Bharply defined iesues than ever hereto fore, and will carry them forward with a high hand. Our safety, then, lies between the Know Nothings and the democracy. If the former fail to provide a good stanch Union platform, the conservative people of all sections will have no other alternative than to fall back npon the latter. That's all. And so we expect great and important results from this Philadelphia Convention. Thus far, they appear to be get ting on very well. Baknum's Baby Show. ? "We publish t?-day a graphic description of Barnum's baby show, this lust dodge of the great "confidence man'* to diddle the pnbllc out of their odd quarters. 7 his is the present ultimatum of a career of unparalleled impudence in obtaining mo ney upon false pretences, beginning with Joyce Hcth. a vagabond negress palmed oft' to be a hundred and tw.nty-seven years old, and the nurse of Washington, and running the whole imposition schedule of the buffalo hunt, the negro turning whitp, the Fejee mer maid, giants and dwarfs, Santo Anna's wooden lrg, the woolly horse, the Greenland whale, the plaster of-paris petrifaction of the horse and boa constrictor, the Qfttal Palace, an! the life of P. T. Barno%Mft rounding up ttie catalogue with this abomination of the baby show. The pretence upon which this exhibition is defei-dcd is even more impudent than Bar num's apology for his mixture of grog shops ar>d temperance lectures in the same building. It is pretended that this last dodge is gotten up with the same view as a show of horses, cattle, sheep or hogs; that is, with the view of pro moting the improvement of the best breeds. This, in onr opinion, is false pretence, for as long a* Barnum can palm oft' his imprvitures 3i d disgusting monstrosities at a clear profit in shillings and quarters, the hum m fam'ly, of al! breeds, ore, we suspect. quite good enough lor him. We presume that in defence of malting the 'afternoon entertainments of the Museum a common report for street walkers, the pica will nest be advanced that the moral dm ma is given for the purification of their morals. And so, if a spectator of a temperance play up stairs, be incredulous concerning the bad effects of hard drinking, it may be urged Ibat the liqnor establishments in the basement arens?ful in proving the argument. A re fojnier of this stamp would scarcely have auy violent, compunctions against digging up the bones of bis father and advertising them as the skeleton of Kidd the pirate. Uead our description of tue "a'JJ *,iluw ? Little \ ii.i.ant.? Lieutenant Governor Raj moud was accused by hii political brother Greeley of being, in matters of finance and newspaper management, a 44 little villiiD.'' From r< cent indications, it seems thut the Lieu tenant. Governor and editor rolled into one is going to prove a '-lit'le villain'' to his temper ance friends. When Governor Seymour vetoed the Liqnor Prohibitory bill, the "little villain*' whs vociferous in his applause. When he w*?uled to be Lieutenant Governor, he ter_ ribly severe on mm. But when lie see. the reaction cen m:ncing, he thinks that Neal Do* s the author of a v? ry questionable and equi vocal measure ? namely the Prohibitory law. Little villttny is of use in politics as well as finance or newspaper management. If.tDAMK I*ii>o?a Clark.?' We prceiva that thin ac compl artvat ha* adrtrtlreO her third and Ivt con cert for the icaeon, for Towcay next, Uie 12th Inst. Brr general ??<! well B>?rltai popularity wl'l, no donbt, ensure b?r a bumper upon ttil* ovation. f<a< > J3j?f tit. ? W? truft that tb<' public. will be ir ? r iml ibat the btutflt at tbla riulleat d ??ial faTerIt# ?li! taka pbisa tbla tv?lag. I'ertart, th? Italian Optra, Ha rami, Mtof *no-v rant aad Mr. Backutt have volunteered t> * far the oectxon. The latter |*?tfnn*a '* r'pe} ** ,ular r&U r.t Uori^. M.Dat, whl ?Uh avch ayplatu* oa Tc??<.ay ere J TBI LATEST NEWS. BY MAGNETIC AND PRINTING TELEGRAPHS. AbMcptlon of Um AiDmjt A.fl? ? BXnLiOMDIo AKT DUMOOtlATlC VC*ION MOVMHNT ? a (position of raa ?xpikim atlas into thi old mors. Albamy, Job* 6, 1856. Ileum that the expiring AtUu n?*?paper hu bm bought up bj a fond of $8,000 er 910,000 ruwit In Waeh Ugtcn, uri is to be merge! into the Argot, the joint concern being deitiaed as the organ of Beymsurfor Covet nor, and Many (ox the Presidensy. Tm All<x*, daring its brief exUtenoe, and la He Tirioaa ikifU and disguises, baa been a loaiog concern, baring sunk at least a hundred thousand dollars, ani ruined at least a dozen polltle<'&ns with mere money to spare than b.-ains. The abrupt eoUapee bet eeen the hards and softs on the spoils, m 1868, broke the back of this frea soli J. tin concern. It baa beta abopelera cripple ever slnoe. Last winter lease of ita frienda tried to wheedle George Law oat of a snail temporary loan for ita immediate necessi ties, uf eight or ten thousand, but George having cut all theie old fogy aad " venal politicians," aad having an ter?d into the political field upon his own account, had no mtney to spare to bolster up a bankrupt organ of Marc/. ?o the concern baa saved in. I have reaacn to believe that the lntt ridiculous calcu lations ot the Allot, of the dead losses of the Hbrald establishment, are from the pen of that notable arithme tician of jour city, Comptroller Klagg? that he aent it np here and had it published in tie Allot as an evidence of his astonishing mathematical acquirem nis. The thing la just of his calibre. He remind* one of the man who attempts 1 to give hie audianoe an idea of the size and style of the Pantheon, from a brick whiah he had brought away ftom the building. Fiagg may have had a hand in this transfer of the Allot-, but yon may rely upon it that he and other* of the Albany Regsney now in New York, will stay there while there are spoils to be bad, or while there ia plunder in the market. So wags the world. HARD SHKLL. The Cliolera In Sew Orleans. Baltimore, June 0, 1866. Nsw Orleans papers of Wednesday and Thursday are received. The papers say that the cholera had mate rially decreased within the last two days. Daring Attempt to Dcrtrsy a Railroad Hall Train. Boeoo*, June 8, 1866. Last night as the mail train from III York, via New Haven, was n earing the eity of Weneester, the engineer suddenly discovered an obstacle upon the track. It ap pears that the rails had been prieS up and five or aix large stones had been placed underneath. By the foroe of the collision the whole train was thrown from the track. The engine was thrown into a ditch. The bag gage car was thrown completely over and broken up. Six persons who were In that car were consideraoiy bruistd by the Dying pieces of baggage, but fortunately escaped without very terious injury. The forepart of the passenger car was broken in, and the trucks ot two passenger oars were torn off, but all of the passengers eacaped without serious damage ? a few only receiving trifling euts ? and they all arrived ia this city at half past tour o'clock this morning. This attempt to destroy a passenger train is supposed to have been the work of robbers, who hoped, during the confusion, to rob it of a largt amount of specie whioh was known to be on board, in charge of Adams ft Co 's ejprees mestenger, consigned to some of our oity banks. Ibis idea la strengthened from tbe fact that an engine which waa waiting at the Worcester depot was tam pered with in order to prevent its being sent to the a d of the disabled train. The specie on board is understood to have exceeded balf a million of dollars, and though it was much scat tered. it was all recovered, and has been eafely deliver ed. Half a million of dollars in spasie was in charge of Adams & Co. , to go out in the English iteamer. Departure ul Uic French HlnUter. Boston, Jane 0. 1856. Mr. Fartiges, the French Minister, with his family, were passengers in tbe steamer America, which sailed from tiere to-day, for Liverpool. From Rio Janeiro. Baltimork, Jane 6, 1850. The brig Sp rit of Seventy-ilx arrived here to4ay from Bio de Janeiro April 281 h. Left in port ships Ru bicon and Enpbraaia loading for New York. Tbe birk Laura Snow sailed on the 21th for New York, and tbe bark Km. H. Seward for Boston tbe 29th. From Baltimore, KNOW NOTHING OOMOBB88MAM ELECT! O IK V1BGINIA, ETC. Baltimork, June 6, 1856. Tbe election of Carlile. the Amstican cinlidats for Congress in the Eleventh Congressional District, Vir ginia, is continued. Only one death has resulted from the poisoning of tbe wedding party thus far. A number are still sick. Ibe is supposed to hare been accidental. New Hnmpahlre legislature Organized. Coxcobd, N II., J a at) 0, 1SS5. Both branches of the Legislature organized tt in morn fog. The Senate clected Hon. W. Haile, o; Hinsdale, American wbig, for President; there was only one vole in opfotition. Tbe House elected John J. Prentiss, American whig, Speaker, by 218 votes against 80 fo< uii oth?r rand. dates. In the atternoon, Larkin D. Miscn, or. Farnmouth, free toiler, was chosen to All the only vacancy in the Senate. tbe Governor e!ect will be inaugurate to morrow, and deliver his message. tuns ?re b?ii?g fired tbis evening, to celebrate " lam's" success in the organ zation of the Legislature to iny. Neil Dow Acquitted. Portland, lie., June 6, 1S56. | Mayor Pow has been acquitted on th; liquor charge. ; Judge Carter decided that no liquor agency h.trt been ??? j tai'llihed, as no agent had bien appointed; but held | tkat the statute did not specify wae'-her it should be : purchased before or after tbe agent is selected; and that ! as, snbreqatntly, the liquors wece turned orer to the { cit.T, there was no evidence of crininil intent on the psTt of the Mayor. Prohibitory Liquor Law In llllnil*. Chic too, June v, 18,>5. The footings of the election in the ^late at larga #o? , thow a ismall majority for the Prohibitory law. Sleeting oft tie Council of Censor* tn Vermont, j Momti'kuek, Vt. June ?'?, le&j. j The Council of Censors aaaembled bere to day. anl or- j fitilzed by choosing David Hibbard. of Kasex county, < resident, and James W. Blade, of Madison county, de- I ctelary. The Council meet to oonMier up?a any chaugea that may be proposed to the Const itu ion of the State. Klre In Washington. Wabhi-oto.v, June ft, 135b. A larte frame bu'ldlng on Penniylvani* avenue. kno#n as Apollo Ilali, together with two buildings adjoining, wee desLzoved by lire last night. The io.<s is e-:,mu?d at $10,CW1 The fire was tho work of ro incendiary. Sailing of the America* Bcsto*, Jane C, TLe steamer America, for Liverpool via Halifax, tailed e t ccon She had 200 passengers for Ufirjool, and IT for Halifax, and took out $l,OL>,4o5. Market*. PHILADELPHIA BTOCX BOAKD. Pitn.ADri.pni a, Jane G, 1S.*."?. Mon?y plenty. Stocks firm. Itevitn*, 43; Morris Ca n?l. l: ji. I on* lalanl, 18% ; Foon.?ylraa>a ?;?i'ruul, 4?'j; IVnnaylranii State f ires, S*. Ai.bart, .Turs 6 ? 12 30 V. M. Flour ? Sale* moderate, at ?ilwlnoi? conwin r>>l*. Co<r? Ha'ih in Iota, at $1 05>? a $1 07, to tin evl-ntol 16/(0 bualitla, Western rnixoo. Oats ? No sales. Wbia kej? galea light, at 36 '*c. K?>c9!pt*? 'J.Ulu b^Ui. flour: 16 220 buabela corn tt,770 bnalnla oats; and 1,624 tuabela wheat. Botald. .fii a?i A ? < r.VI. Flour with * good demand bat c<osed qatt* du)i. The supply of Upper I,me U ample. t-"ile? 1,60 bile, at 1 0 to a $!? 62 >? for gool to cbo'ce Wiacousia, nn4 >10 2*i a $10 60 for extra Michigan W"aon.t steady bales ti,CL0 buabela upper Lake rt firing at ?1 Wi; 2.ti '0 bo^tele wfcite Milwanki*, $2 12^; and 1,000 i>us,i*U white Sheboygan at $2 'M. Own Oo'il? Salia bs'ora the publication o I the Africa's news 2.' '?)(? bushels at tKfcj , with tmyers relnotant to giro even these ilguroA Tde ii.B'krt dived very weak. Sales 17,001 bushels at 63o. a Canal frcighta firm? oats 7c , com 11 ^c. a 111, ??d wlieat l^c. to Albany and Tioy. Recti pta for the 24 boura e?d ng noon at to-day : 4,7iJtt bbl* floor; IB, 774 bin It If wheat; 74,582 bushels corn; 2J,7ii0 bushels OAta; 9 128 buHbtla rye. Bai.ii*or>. j Ana ti, 185:.. Pnrlrgthe laat two daya sale* hum innd" of 2,< 00 of m?M pork, 600 hhls. of bacon and f 00, 00 J iba. of bulk tr.tvit . Market rer.v buoyant. Police Inl?llif(cnci', t Bltrf^OF ALI.KOKD ITQ1TIVE3 FitOM dVJTICK. Vest'T^ay mx Germans were arretted by Capt. Il.irt, I of the Nineteenth ward police, aided by Capt. Porter I ?** l.ieut. Crowe, of the Twelfth diatnet, on suspicion ol b.^iug b*en engaged In driving ol eight head of est tie frr? ue faun cf Colonel Mortia, of West ;he?t?r eoun'j, tlned by tbe complalcant a'. $800, ana bring ing tlie 1 Ciyto to New lfork, ?nl here dtaposiog of tliem to Tarlon.i mtche r*. It appaara that an M inlay ni>fHt last the were ato'en and taken to New Vorlt. Trie owner, WWiagont which d'iejt?en hU lire ato"'; b?<l taken, Itomci'ialtly prncoedrd to this c ty. and her ), with V* oaMntatro of tlie aboro nura?-' ofTrxr- s*ic rceov .n-nate? ti a aUtujbVtf : ii?tie la the fVrenteenth word, wt.iv. th* peaaioder J w?e framed lo V'lQiamaburg, where t l?oy liv1 hf??i .n*. ! (Kaedof. Ibaae^oaea wfiv tat^n b>eu to M?rri?anU jf?l?T<'ay to nwt!t \c ejamioi loa on Use eh ir,?e pr.? lerri d rgsiwst iliero. T??p Aimtmam wu K '.ya>r, ot I Wa?} Inyton Market, r*pori^d je.stfr.lay, injur* 1^1 I the encennter be(#??n AJd^rinaa Jlri|?ts ?vnd ?xn* | 0 K??fe, Mr. K. w*a three is l?s fram tt* C *j 1701 | wfcen tlie rffair tsok j laee. d xm unman two Haw iuu toddo kin? m FAMTUUM Of TO PABftU fOB OiRiDi-OUTH OF OK* Of til DOkUata. [rpo? tw Tribune.] It te lot iapxoWbia ittai ?y um UM many of our city subscriber* bars ntd tftis article the at 09 will ktn Mrndof the death of om h4 pwupi two lociTuluals, who, actuated by a nouve of rstrieritu Mtiotil houor, have left to sottle tae difficulties by ttM? fashionable mod* of te?u?g toeir eMM t( assassinat ing ud ?( being MMHiii -ad by oa? a ? other K any. thing eould incrta-e the regret tnat tae e>raam<Uict occasions, It is a knoaiadge of the fact tba difficulty Caw out of an ln?mt giv? ov a druakan Mao. The rts as they hue com* to oar knowledge, are aa follows:? On Saturday n'ght laat a young man ? a eon of highly reputable par?ntB? somewhat known a* a fait young ?tan. iiacd F k L h, was in one of the rooms of the Shan spere Olub houae is Broadway. Bear Eighth strset. While there a joung Lawter namtd B? a, who im quite drunk at the time, told l> h, la an inault ing manner, that he bad better pay up hit olub duee, or aortic to that eft?ct. L t? reeenUd tv. e ice alt, and we understand dented that he was lu srreais. B e reite rate.! the substance of ma first remark. Subsequently L h tent a cballsnge to B e, wbo accepted it. The preliminaries of the duel were settled, and on Moaday lilt tbe principals, accompanied by ihoir respective se conds ud a aurpeon, left by the Sudden Hirer rallrotd oa their way to Canada, wh?ie tba affair is to take pise*. L h's seson<i is Mr. J s M. V n, and B s's a Mr. 11 n. Tbe aurpsi la A d 0 s, U D. It is understood that the aution taken by L h hat received tbe fullest conmmendation of his father. If it be that his ??a fee brought to the city a corpse, we shall be aueh mistaken if the parent t o not sutler some remorse. [Now York Correspondence of Philadelphia Bulletin 1 A rumor of a duel between two young gentlemen of the " faafpenut, also circulates busily. The parties are said lo have got into * difficulty at tba Bhakspere clnb. A challenge has paaaea and been acotpted, and tbe parties, (by and with the adrioe and consent of the father of oae of them) it is said, hare gone to Canada to fight. [from the Mirror 4 ? puty of young man left tkis city on Monday for Canada, where an affair of honor Is expected to com* off. The belligerents are members of the Bhakspere Club in Broadway, opposite Waverley plaoe. Tbe difficulty aroae from one member, while drunk, telling a member who waa sober at tbe time, that he had better pay up his dues. They went, provided with weapona, seeonda, and a eurgeon. Unless quick work is mads or it, one of the seconds will searoely be back in time to accompany hia yacht Gertrude in the regatta to-morrow. P. S ?Since the a bore was in type, we regrat to learn that Mr. Leavenworth, the challenger to the duel, has been killed In tbe encounter. It ia al<o rumored that the other party, Mr. Bxeekenrldge, ia severely injured. AOOOtUT BY OCR OWN EEPOKTEK. , The greatest excitement has b?en created among tbe members of the various club houses in New York, and by faat men generally, by the report of aa "affair of honor" which has come off between two of tbe members of the Bhakspere Club. Aa a great many contradictory rumors have been circulated with regard to the matter, and as it is reported that one cf the parties haa beea killed, we have abt&ined tbe particulars from the most reliable source, and present them te our readers. It appears that on Friday night, or rather on Saturday morning last, between twelve and one o'clock, Mr. J. B. Breckinridge, one of the members of the club, entered the snpper room In company with his brother, who ia net a member, and who according to the rules of the club, should not have been introduoed without a ticket from one of the ^ officers. When Mr. Breckearidge and his brother sutercd, there were six or eight persons present, all of whom were seated at the supper table. Tlie apppearance of a stsnger caused some commo tion among them, and one of the members protested sgalnst it as a violation of the constitution Mr. Brack enridge asserted his tight to bring his brother into the house, when Mr. Leavenworth denied tbat be had any such right, and insisted that tbe rules of the club pro hibited tbe Introduction ol utrangers. This interference, however, instead of putting a stop to the dfllculty, only tended to increase it The excitement beeame great er every moment, high words were exchanged be tween the parties, until the quarrel was brought to a climax bv Leavenworth accusing Bieckenridge of not paying his ones regularly, and with being in arrears at tbat particular time. To this charge the latter re Sited by giving the lie, when the former struck htm with is glove in toe face. Here tbe affair terminated at that time, and the par ties separated, determined, however, tbat it should not rest here. The following morning Breokenridge, having procured the services or a friend, sent a challerge to his antagoniat, by whom it was promptly accepted. Mo attempt, so far as we have been able to ascertain, waa made at this point to bring about an smicable adjustment of the difficulty, both principxls and seconds being agreed tbat it coola only be settled by a duel. It was decided tbat they abould go to Canada, wbere they would, it was believed, be less liable to interruption than in our own State, wbere tbe laws aie very severe in regard to so-called af iairs of honor. Accorcingly, all the preliminaries hav ing bten arranged, the parties started for Canada, wbere the hostile meeting toot place, though we have not beea Informed ss to tbe precise locality. Tbe first intelligence that waa received of tbe duel, was by telegraph, at an early hour yesterday morning. A Cespatch w?e pei-t to the father of Mr. Leavenworth, stating that bis son had been " badly hurt" and that be was then in a critical condition. Tbls came, it ap S?ars, liom tbe doc'or who attended blm imme lately after tbo du*l oci-.urred, and may there tore oe regarded as reUaole. It will be seen tbat It conflicts wi;b tlie otber statements, ac cording to which Leavenworth waa killed and his antagonist w >unded. The st&temtnt in regard to Breckenrldge Is also incorrect, as he escaped uninjured. The weapons used were piatols. Leavenwoith is about twenty tive yeare of ag?-, and is most respectably cornerted in this city, while Brecken rldge, wbo is two or tliiee years his senior, is from Ken tucky, and is said to be a reUti >n of Mr. Breckin ridge with whom Mr. Cutting had a difficulty last year in Washington. Mr B. was crgiged in the practice of the law here, and Mr. L was occupied in soma mercantile business. Tbeysrs both unmarried. The foilowiog is the rule of tbs Club referred to, ac cording to which it will be perceived no person is per mitted to enter tbe Sbakspere Ciub without a ti)k*t, and even not then unless the holder of the ticket i? a soniesldont- ? "A day ticket for a personal friend, beicg a non r?si d?nt, may be furnished to any m?mber or the clu'i, by anj officer or member of tbe Managing Committee." Tht Sunday Llqnor vUei. FINAL HEARING AND DISMISSAL OF TUB COMPLAINT | Yesterday the i<owei Police Court, At the i'ombi, wan the scene of an exciting a tr aggie between the Ctrant League men, on one aide, and the liquor letters, under the command of French, on the other. Two o'clock waa the hour aet down for the magiatrate's decl aion in the case of Messrs. Whiting, Talmu, Kapes, Moloney and others, charged with having aold liquor on their premises, on tbe Sabbath, contrary to lav. At that hour the couit room waa crowded to excasa with liqaor dealers, temperance man, police officers, lawyers and ethers, wto felt qnite anxious as to the result of this tedious case. Tue magistrate, Justice Bogtrt, bar inn anired in court, all was silent a* tbe grave, when tne counsel for Mr. Whiting, of Loyejoy's Hotel, roas and made a motion to bave hia client discharged, on tbe ground that the prosecutor, Henry P. Hobinaon had abiented himstlf from tbe examination, fearing that b? would be impeached in the teitimeny already given by bim. Captain French followed th? U*t speaker; said he ?u present a* counsel for two of the defendant*, and would, if an opportunity had afforded itself, hare lm peachtd the prosecuting witness in the cue, as be had snby.-naed several persons for that pur iom. among whom were the Her. Drs. Tyng, Cuyler, Mr. Warren and others attached to tbe Carson League. He felt quit* confident, If these witnesses (unwilling as tbey .were) could only be placed upon tbe stand to testify In regard to Mr. Robinson'* veracity, no magistrate or jury would conriet upon his evidence alone. Mr. French spoke at some length la a vehement, though some what Ironical manner, of tbe mean attempts made bjr the Carsaa League to entrap the ltqaor dealer!. Attbeelcse of the counsel 'a remarks, the notion to dismiss the complaint against Mr. Whiting was renewed. When Justice Bog art decided to discharge the defend ant , and also to dismiss all the other oonplainta made by Kobtnson. The decision, as a matter ef course, was received with great favor by the spectator*, who, when they got outsii'e of the conrt room, manifested their ap probation of the magistrate's view of tbe question by loud shouts. The Carson iMtDe were groaned lustily. Thn magistrate intends, in a few days, to give a written opiuibn in kthU case declaring |his reason.* for dismls i wg the complaints. Coroner*' fnqMUli. I HLPK RUMOB 0I-' MURDF.R. In eertrfcl of the Afternoon papers yenterJay there ap peared a report of a enppoaed cut of wife murder by ! poiacn, wherein a woman named Su<*n White was eup poM.d to have been poUoned by her huiband ediutaUter iug to her a <!o?c of laudanum. CDionor Wilhelm, on ! rectiring in'orm ition of toe rumor, Immediately pro i ceeded to the ree.dcnce of tix deceaead, at No 280 Went Hevrnteenth g'rcet, and there held an io<[uo?t on the body of the m>man Vrom the otldeaoe adduced, U appeared that d^med and her husband were in the | haMt of frequently gettl?< Intoxicated; that the de oeaeed took nok from some caune, and was Attended by Let hatband, who gave her a copious supply of brandy, I with a Jew drop* o' laudanum to noothe herm'nJ, which wae much dtaturbed. The tact of the huaband hating | put laudanum into the liquor aim n'etered to the p* I titnt maoe ih? neig abort quite ?ueplc(ou.i, anl nemo of I ibrm wenttu th>< sixteenth ward atation houee ana in formed tbe police there that the woman hitd no doust been polxened. Tte hoeband b*aric? that ths pj'.l*; vw* in cainh of him, became frlirbt*n*9, iaddenly took hi* leave of the nei|libjrh/>ol, ana hn u >t i ?tice l?*n heard Of. The aeetaoed having evidently ? died from cor>ge?tion of tbe brnla, pioiti i'Vl by in j Umperence. a r?.rdiot to ihat effect wm renuml bv tbe Tlic decanted waa a entire of IrWiad. and 4 a ah out 40 year* of age. ?CICIDB 1ST TA*1N? LArrUNTM. .A 11 Iritb *onwn nam?-l -tgnee >f.>ri>jn?, **>out W y?ara of ?ge. r**l<U?/ at Tenth a?eou?. rvnmitt^.l 1 nulc f en Tu?%? jv'< h? b.v takinj a iooe 01 laaianum. th .m 1 u.m inwnna or m nl; anl ?v|? ,D to -i ?.*t t *??, purihMtd t> /ee east* ? .j.., ef UMt<t?aa m M? 'u,n n ' '"-r rnr ?? bateelf, dird, e/ - it. on* rr?? aw?N oj her iateatlca. VwJia, ? Maw by nieida. ' IBM OALL VOX A Kiri OOKTUmOM TO MM t A 8YKA0PU? NO ONION WITH TU ADMlNISr&i.TIO DBKOCRATB. 1'unuut to the call of Mr. Aagaatna Sebell, ektllMu| of the 8tato Oc stoat Ooaunittee. that body uitabM I full samben at tbo utur Bnh, yeateriay i Every delegate in the whole State was preheat, except two, and their Tact nciee wore Oiled by anhstitntea ap-| pointed toy tbemaelves. At roll call tbo following gea tlentn responded, nt. :? Augustus Sebell ) Tho rat ? J. Barr >New Torfc. J. L. IJbby J Butcell Smith Westchester. Allen M. Sherman .. Oraegs. fl- 8. A dam (i SuToTk. John 8. Safew A.aaay. J. K Fonda R?neoeUer. Oliver Cook Washington. Thomas B. Mitchell Sehoneetady. J. M. Lyon Oneida. Gerrge Clark Otsego. F. C. Plninny Steuben. M. F. Myers Cayuga. W. G. Bryan, F. Follett Gene tee. H. S. Catting Buffalo. After disposing of tome financial matters, tbe soeetinj I look op the question of calling a State convention of tho | national democracy, for the purpose of romlnat'ng a 'icket to be supported at tbe next November election. A debate sprang np among the member* as to the moat ptoper day for boldirg the convention ? tonte wishing an early day, and otbera tbe lataet practicable period* even after all. tbe ether pert let, cliques, sections, odda and ends, should bring out their respective candidate* Bpeerhca were made by Messrs. Sherman, Dmnny. Cat ting. Clark, Nafew, Cook, Bryan, Mitehtll, and otbera, i when, finally, a compromise waa effected by agreeing upon Wednesday , the 6th day ef September, aa the time, . and ttyracuae aa tbe piaoe. A resolution waa adopted, appointing a c or ree ponding committee la etch election oiatnet in tbe Stat*. The convention waa decided agilnat any luaion with the softs, barnburners, or administration men,'and manifest ed a determination to aiend upon the national democra tic platform whllat there waa a plank left to ataad upon. Tbe softs are wofnlly disappointed at the action of thin State committee, expecting an invitation to bury the hatchet and a moke the calumet of peace. But alee, alaat tbe Indomitable herJa wilt not torget tbe "crushing out" of tbe national administration. Army Intelligence, TH* SIOUX EXPEDITION DEPARTURE OF A rOBTION OF THE FOROA A portion of the force destined to operate against the Sioux aad other hoatie Indian tribes, marchM from Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on the 2d Inst. It consisted of ene battalion of four companies of the 2d regiment o t Catted State* Infantry under the oommand of Brevet Brigadier General B. A. Hitchcock, olmel of the regi ment. The battalion if composed of oompuiy A, Captain C. 8- Lovell, lit Lieutenant Caleb Smith, and lit Lieu tenant James Cut test. Company D, Captain W. M. Gardner, 2d lieutenant J. D. O'ConneU. Company G, Bievtt Major H. W. Weesells, Captain commanding, aad 2d Lieutenants T. Sh?ppard, with 2d Drsgoons, (tem porarily attached). Company I, Captain Deloiier Darid ion, let Lieutenant T W 8 weeny. lit Lleatanant Geo.. ?1. Paige, regimental quartermaster and acting adju tant, and Assistant burgeon D. T. Magrnder, lorm thv (I tall of the oommand. The battalion numberi about three hundred and fifty rank and 01e, who are all in exoellent health and spirits, and highly disciplined. Thii force would have left a month ago, but for tbe elioiera and small pox having broken out at Jefferson barrack! and Fort Leavenworth, wheie It wai contemplated they should touch en their way to Fort St. Pierre, (?bere the headquarters are to be established,) to rsceive orders from General Barney, at St. Louis, (wbo commands the expedition,) and to get 8 applies at Fort Leavenworth, it being the nearest mil tary post on the Missouri to headquarters. The latest accounts from the Upper Missouri are to the effect that tbo hioux are very hostile and troublesome, and preparing to give the troops tronble as soon as they get a chance; and that the snow has entirely disappeared from the mountains. To give a better idea of tbe nature of the expedition,, and what is expected to be accomplished by it, the fol lowing is aa extract from General Orders, No. 2. It la lattd, "Head quarter! of the army, No. 3, March 23th, 1866," and ii headed as follows:? "I. The following arrangements have been ordered by the War Department, with a view to the operations about to be undertaken against the hostile Sioux, and for the purpose of protecting from Indian hostilities the fron tiers of Kansas and !>>ebraska, and tbe emigraat routes leading from thefcu>s!->*i|>pi river to the West." rhe or der tbtn goes on to *Uit< '-tut Gen Harney, Colonel 2d dra goons, U assigned to the command of the expedition, ac cording to his brevet rank of brigadier-general, and that be shall make hit reports to the head quarters of the army direct. Tho military potts and troops that are to consitute Harnej'a command are Forts Riley, Kearney, 1-arsmie, and the posta to se established on the Upper Mississippi ? St. Pierre. tbe head quarters. Biiey, Kear ney and Laram:e axe to be garri*onet by the Ota infan try and a light batter j? oompany ' G," 4th artillery; Foit Riley to be the head-quarters of the 0ih: Fort St. Pierre garrisoned by six companies ot tbe 2d infan tiy and four comptnies of eavalry. The cavalry force is to be employed daring the sum mer. or sntil active operations are about to eomaseaee, in giving protection to tM frontiers, emigrants, fcc. tight coinjmoj?? of oavaliy (new regiments) are to bo added as toon as practicable, to Harney's command, and wben this is done tbe cavalry force w fi be distributed aa follows:? Two compaa'ea at Fort Laramie; four at St. Pierre; and six, in reserve, at Fort Riley. These are tbe only arrangements that have besn mado so far that we know snythiog about; The companies of tbe 7th infantry from Foit Gibson will be employed on the plains during tbe summer, either in the neighbor hood of Fort Atkinson or the Big Timbers. Cspt. A. B. tyer, wbo has, for the last two years, had ccc:raand of the arsenal at tbis plaoe, has been ordered to Old l\.in; Comfort. Bis departure will be regretted' by his numerous friends a*, this place. Oapt. D. has been ?succeeded la oommaad here by military storekeeper F. C. Humphries, who, with his family, arrived in tha Fastoro stage, on San da j evening last.? LiUU Kix-Jc Ar lan tus. Municipal Affairs. MEETING OF TBE BOARD OF ALDIRMKN. T> e President, Isaac O. Barker, Esq., iti tbe chair Tbe following retorts were adopted To pay the amounts due detailed policemen, as per judgment rendered in their favor by the Superior Court;. . to All -.scant lots in Third avenus, 123d street, and other np to*n streets; to grade and pave Eleventh street, fro a liry Deck to the ?ast river; to refund M7 34 to David Bntton, being amannt paid to redeem lots sold for taxes. THE ABSACU UPON AI.DKRUAN BaiOKIS. Tbe following was offered by Alderman Moeer ? W krrcas, a disgraceful fraoas eeenrred is tbis h?l: aa Tuts d?y altcrnoen, Juue 5, in wi.kb a member ef thi< Board was ?>fMi)ted hi a meat oowardly manner; and wliore ? x. policeman John Ncieon, of the Eleventh Patrol district, * a* present and did not attenpt to perioral hi< doty by ar resting tbe parties gnilty of this disgraceful procctdinx, bt ib therefore? Rffdved, That the Board of Aldermen rerpeetfoVly calf ?|>on the Board of FoUeu Committlonera inquire Inti the facta o' tbe case, and p:o>nj't)y ditmlse Iron tbe Dtnkrtusnfc tbe esid .Nelson for negleot of duty. Adopted unanimously. WHARVES AM) PIERS. Report* wsre adopted, granting to Messrs. B,isklsy k WsMie tbe exclusive use of the west side ot pier 21, Kust river, and one half the bulkhead between pier* 2l> and 21; granting Griinell, Mintnrn A Co the exclusive uee of pier 19, and half of pier 20, Kast river, and tbo bullhead between, for five years. Alter transacting come other business, the Boird adjourned to Thursday. HOARD OF COUNCIL YCK. This Beard met j?g'?rd?j afternoon, at ?> o'clock, la th^ir chambers in tli? City Hal), 0. D. Oonoeer, the l'r?sid?bt, in tba tbalr. Patitiona t*ing firet In order, a petition was prdseat ed firm the market gaidcoere in reUt.on to nUn-ia in \VnkhiB(fU'D market, and rtltrred. Wten tbe ^mentation of petitions was listened, the folio* in^ message iu read from hie Honor im Mtyor. end referred to the appropriate oomm.itee: ? Mayor s Orncr., Jnne <!, lSMu To tii?- Howon tai.c Tiir Boaat) ok Ootin.ii.Mi.*:? lifKTLi m?.n? 1 ir.n-iut for your coniiit ration several uinfior? tuly eijsad potlticns from market <5?rd?oor< and. u?lnr cituenn of I<on* lalaad and New Vork, kikin/ ? 'mor ii |il? market aceomuiodatlca* whereby they may he able to hare direst cunimuiication with the peep'.e." The rea toe I for (ranting thli r<*|??et are *o numeiou* and etriunp. that the* seed not be indicated by mu. We know that at rri-fcnt the people cf thlt eity pay nnpieeedentl.y bi*h pric?w ' ? all kinds ot ? i>vi tabic* and traits. At so '.'.me Will la my reetllection has tLon? ariiclee of mtnissencn be?n ?o hi|th. The reason* are c ere easily asked than answered It ii ret In ibirt vrtdnctlons, for they were never ? n l erne ?? in* ; the area o< land at prosent uttil ft>r their Motivation btl?t time Mints i. iia. ii ???. ten year* a?c? fcav?t(t ltirea.-'d iu n far greater ra'.io than tiie jopulstkn; and it U not In the in'.ret?s?'l expiate ot trclr (trcnth, b?cau e far mini; land* an<l labor'rt mmr dll l?r >nt little ? *aloe fr.'in what tboy were wh?u v?retabl? I roditeticn* were half tte'r rre?cnt price. Nor dose this ?ufcattoed co?t to u* go iute tLe puakctd ot but w Uuse labor and capital iToduoe* them. lit* rewinerit.aa . arlcs bat lit'le from what It wa? 'formerly. tlmuiri to the oocfnmer it ta> trebled in eoit. Ti.e feet is tha*. whilst -he prodieei ttif Irtt bvt ?lie'it return, the consnr.i r it jrie-. o.vlyt axed lor he nippott of a a?w else* among us, who ban throwi lhcn??)Me lclaecn the Itrme.- and ojr iil</.is?. Thl Utter ? ia?- an- re?a?ios#inio tl eir own ncke's t?? cntrnjor." ai'tiim* anioli we ere paying oeor the fa t" yr.lne of those e'>mmnoitlee. To accomplish thi e eve# oh'tai !? ie thrown in tie tMiy ef onr irr'oi'Ji to fiife t.anan. H? IriMilnoadfrlcee ll;e?al oncro?t> taen'i i. pon t? 1 epitty of the eity. aud ?tierielons eoeJ!lion? br.tween iort nl uur mnriripal efTi?ere. and the claee nllndal to? <6 l?roiex>? tiarc birn aluixt entirely driven ftjin the iauae dint* rieir ity of the tnatkeii No placte are eo be (?ni< i wl li'h te ?tmd tvltli their na;;oni aad lell t'>eir i.r i-?o 'lTic?? neve bwit filled by for etallers and uamerane *?hi?t mcit," klie know as > of the art ot caltieati^n, ad ?a FTi rre e? littl? of tbe labor and e*p<-.n?e ?t*<tn4lni% ?} do we wl.o bn> and eftunun tbe produoti of tho Carter and F ard?n?.r. This risen, who stand betw>:< n ne and 'k latter, ?ii>?>-a lerjre Irrtunce, whieh aro mado up by the dfer^nne letit'enwhet we pay aa<i what the pr.nitur er.ei je?. 1 In e? Hume are wrnim from tbe poor a* well ?- te rl)l>, who have no reeeune hut to bay where t'ty ??*? Then are sonio of tbe prineloa' rea^ i'., vi-frelaMes ere so h.ljh In thie oily. Tha "*? keeame strione, and ehort'd be remeiiied a? enoe. I thtufero re*peclltilly call year attenklon ti I U ??? flcient scoummodation should te aforded fa ?wiiot '*rm nre could stand with their vegan*, an l soli the'? pro ?'? Yonr *i?ilon i* demanded now, a* this 1* tfcs eaaj-" tha i eople snff..r tha most ?toui theee W? Bejra M Mdnmen here already t.ken seme aotlia with r?(WWMU it, end iifTialt me to aek jotir eo epwati.m with tha^ body h. ??,U Ur. dable objatt M tyor. Heeo'nllone wrra then d?lar"d to fca m or.lar, bat HUM of an* partial) iar i?p?.T?an3a wc:e praeWl'.M. (tbr rtly after ra j il tlia Uowd adjoaraiJ ?? at*n?

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