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New York Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, New York, New YorkTH WHOLE NO. 6885. AHVIKHKIiri. nriurrnv « "PVT.. PIT 11* 5**11* iu Orvbdtrt lioiei, W coats. D^ors opea st. 7; th* ri rtain will rUe at 7FJ. Monday evening, Sept. I,ill l»c patti.tu I t!,f ut w Hibernian druuiaatvindthd 1. d I, KAI.D!«-: V.-Miitacl U'ReitlT. Mr «. Wlll'am*; Datum MiC'artby, Mr. F. fcddv: Monutiny. Mr Uoodall: Kenyan,Mr. Tilt, n 11 orlarty, Mr. M. Smith; It ally. Mr. Jordan: Red and. Mr St..war, Rath ban, Mr* 11 June*: Mary M.rinrtv. Mr*. B Will nuns. To touilud* *itn the drama of UJKN TO GOOD I.17CK.Paud'tn O Rafl«rty. Mr. U William*;f'onnt Mai Mr M. Smi'lii Count ITorenil, Mr Hamilton; '.ilar arr'.'a. M n Hiti-rt; Nina. Mrs li. William.: BUST* I il liA KK, CHAMBERS STREET.-DRi.33Cirri* lu I Cari|ii«tta, !*> eanta; Second Tier, 2ft eta PriviltBoi .. Gruhcetra Seat*. 7ft eta Door* open » . 7'»;to brrtn at M o al it k. Monday evaniny, 8*pt mb»f 1, trill b* played th* ti * < mrdy, in tu* acta, called NUT 3U 1S.VO AH WE HLt.i or, Many hi .tea to a Chat acter.Th« D.ika of Million*. Mr. Moorbniitr: 'the Earl »' Lvftui, Mr. iliemiltonIcrd IViitnot. Mr. Dyott Mr. hhad.nrly Softltaal,Mr. Burton: Mr. It ir<lmnn, Mr Ulaudi Sir Geotfroy ThomK'da.Mr Bale Mi, Goodenough Easy, Mr Jobn tuuu Mr.Jucob " m a. Mr. Kuaarll; .Mr. I'avid Fallen, M.- Farley;l.ucy, k.n V.'raton, Barbara, Miaa Maria Barton. %tat:o: a theatre, Chatham s-reet.-dre-'R . ' Circle and Boatl, 2ft saute Pit, 1oouta; OrohettraTicket*. So cent*: 1'rivn'a Box Ticket*, $1. Door* »|»en a*. 7iinrtain riaea at 7 ^. Monday eveiing, Sept. 1. vill lir pr«ieutedimv r> u. an tic di au and »|--> taole nut it lad U l KENJOA N V A or, tt< M j a tar ica ul'I < onrt < t N* plat.It u tan, Mr J. i'rector; Adrian Ireepolo, M-. N. U. Clarke: Andrei,Mr Bradshav Count Bartrand d'Artoii. Mr. 0 M»tiheir«; "Uueeu Joanna Mr*, il. F. Nichola, Dooua Carolina, Mi<» M. t baric*. TU* rntertainiuenta * ill commnnce rtth the larc >t Tilt W ILOW MIC'TIM- Mr. Twitter Mr. B-aiahaar, J r*. mialt Clip. Mr. O. J. Arnold: Mr*. Rattle ton. Mrt. Ni J»o a Barn«irs American VUSlt m.-admittwi icent*, ekil.iren, V. cant*. Lai n Jaealll and lleer C.laa tor one week only. il nJay and Tuaaday. Sopiem r l*t as t2d. Intb* nttern ion, sonuuenoinx at J o'r lo k, Caair F' < nnd drotipiuru; the farce of lit: A K AS a POST,and tuahiaii '.il'ul pantomime of tL* MAGIC TRC M l'KT. lath* a *11:14. it 7', o'clock. Tight Rene Feat* aod Wonder*, hy Laon Javelliand bcrr Cunc; >OCNG WIDOW, an] tha popular pant eminio of THE MYSTIC CROSS, With all it a uniqns icenery, aotoniabins trick#, nod atrlking odditie*. bythe Martinet'.! Family. The CUlneae collection, tha Happy Family, Ac., tnay be aicn at all hour*. ytHRISTl".- OPERA DOUSE. MECHANICS' IIALL. NO. Ay 47j Broad*ay, above Grand atraat .Upeu aver* ai<htduring the week until further notice. The original and wellknown C'hrtatv'f Minatrula, euBptbini an a#cleat nai versatile"corp* of " talented" and "eaperieneod rarfarmara.'" under tho management of E. P. Chriaty, whoau consert* latfii* city, for a e- tceaoion of " lira year*," have beta ruair.i with favor by I ijlily reepactablo and laabionabt* aadieac a.Tioket*. JS cent*. Do. ra op n at 1, and will oomnieno* at 1o'oloek. The pa'ront of L'riruty * M,n*tr*l* ar* reapscMullfintorraod tha. the haturday aftarnooa rvnoarta wutl ba Jia00Qt ilk lied tar the future. DELL01FS' MINRTKELS, AT FELLOWS' NEW Mb'll"o»i Hall, Ki Broadway, between Howard aulQraod street*: o;>en every.ThisJustlycelebratedsad tAo »t oorp* of talented sud experienced performers, under ths sol* tnxnag-iment of J. IJ. Fellow*, whose concert* la this eity lorthe pest yo»r !: i"f been rcoeirtd with the gr-ntsst ftTor bythe elite sad fashion from all part* of thaU'nion. Fsllows'Musical Hail la one of the most spacious sud best veutilnt 1buildings in tie world. Admission, 23 cent*. I>oorso;«a st1, concert to commence st 8 o'olock. An afternoon c ns rt every Wednesday nod Saturday, for th* cepecml a0*0oft ajdationef families, commencing nt 3 o'olock r. W. fpBIPLr.R IfALL..OPEN AT SEVEN; TO COMMENCE a steioht. fiveat and cntLusitsti.' success of Prsfass r Anderson's gr. d Dranicg room Entertainments. *t SoireesMysteriers*. The nudieiicesuiglitlynverftge twenty s.a hundrcd reruns. These arc the best proofs Professor Ander.-t can sdtance to impress on the public tfco magnidcau it so Iinterest of t, is elaborate performances in natural magic, IIlustrative cl the fallacy of necromancy, demonol.igy. nal witibcraft. l eery evening during the week, Professor A will lia is the honor of introducing several »ew and astounding wondses. and recommends early arrivals. Adinlssiin, VI nta; Jt teai'< , under twelve years 25 Cents. Mac are tick' vts at t«,* hoteli, at the IInil, or st the city tiiket ntli'f (S.Jollic'a.-k.ii Broadway.) For particulars see bills of lis <isy. MM RIP I f R HAIL.-IMPORTANT NOrKE.-ORAN'DX Fasin. nab'e Hay Entertainment, on Baturdny neat..I'mIwhc A, the Wizard of thci North, bsge Is a'kiiowVdga the receipt of over one hundred sot seventy letter*.iiurng 'be s>t fortnight mostly from heads of families and parties resid.igin the sdjacont oouctry dWtiict*. relativeto l is glvirg an Afternoon Entartaiament, to enable wintry miters to return horasearly. In compliaues ultis nch tfafterirg ae<l universsl ieiue«t, Professor Aaiersoa ss ti e toner to anc-unco that he will give a grand fssliion abia day performance, et Soiree Mytferieua**, for juveniles, -rhiols. dik'.iat '.sid-nt*, Ac Ac.. u Saturday alteruoen next. S*r>t li. Doors open at if|(: coiumouoc at 3. Ths si terminate about ft1., o'clock. Admission, Ss> tenia: Juvenile* unler li years, Eh cants. Scats will be se<i re* for this performance at ths llnll. darisg ths wssk.irom id A. M to P. M sud partis' in the country, desirous of attending, » will communicate by letter, on or bet re1 nosy, sts .tag the number of places reouired, shall mat Willi pri.aip'- ai ntu.u, and ths most ellfcP le aaata thsn vasalallotted the a, An early application lor plans is rs>icinmei.cei F1RANEMN MUSEUM, 175 CHATHAM SQUARE ONE1.1 ci llMfl the National Tbsatre..Qsorge Lea, Ml props>.iior..baloon performances svery afternoon indntaing.Eoter'.iu.innts commence in ine afternoon at hrrs s'sltaB. aad n the evening at sight o'clook. Thsentsrts.a menis in varied and selsst, and such as can be ssea at nt other place of ansunem:nt in New York, consisting of Lea'sFsmalt Ethiopian Opera Troui*. numbering fifteen perform rs.bring the largest, sud at the same time tue most talentedhand in tut United State*: a troop* of Model Artists, w ho ar* selected for ti -ir beauty and figure, sud who personate a number «i heai tifnl tableaux, taken from the pictures of anoi at sol n. o rn times: s Company of Arab Uirla, who go througa r votiety of feats of strength and deaterity: a nompaay ol Msls and Female Artists, who will give aa exhibitionoi Msrb> Statuary unequalled in ths world, tog ther With a variety ol inti resting performances ov, ry attorn on and F'-r particulars see bills of eaoh day. Admission.Seal*in Private Ilexes, M cents: Stage Seats, 37X ncata: Bsksa, tan Is: Pari)uett«, 1»>» cauls. /Mb PS I LI." MINMRELS.WEST AND PIEL'SETaTop>snOpen Troup* -organised in UisS. will give a eerie* ol tbsir Mo est Concert*, in U-Uimore, M l. ; Washington, I). C.; R-eii» -«d. Va. ; and all the principal cit es in thekouth Tbo f iogranim* consists oi Slngini, Dancing. ViolinSal o*. Ritok 0. s .,.'*, Wulatltag and Bar. Solos, Burlasuu* operas Ao. JAS. NOERfS, Manager, tc, RATMOM O A HaKR DIEISBAC'li S Mt.NA'iERI 1..This ocli brated L'tnagerft.the largoas sad best csaduatadla ths kn >wn world.embracing almost ever* anim l known to eat. ral history, and which ha* reeaivad th* pv tre nag' aalsppltnse »f hundred* of thouaandj af ths m»*l rsspsctftOis aod i i«llirent peopl# of the United Statoa, has fust comix -ace | a most brilliant summer ramoalgn, and will vunt th* principal oltiss and towns of NewEngiaadia th*following ordar, »!« Wat«rvlllr, Maine. Angutt J9th; Chinalist Augusta. Kd-Car liner, Zdd; Winthror. Itoh: LawUtoa J alia, fbtb; Mu ibhrld, 27th; N orwar, 28t T; Bridgeton. T-th Fryeburg, ,'*)th; Taiawnrtii Iron W->rkn, New Hampshira,f ». 1st. Sandvi h Centre, Jd; Plyuientr- 3d: Maradltk Vrt'igu, ftk. Frank!ia, Mhj Concord, oth. NEW 1 Ol t A M PHI THEATRE (37 BoWENU)..MR.Levi J North, Proprietor..Aa entire change of psrtrrmaaca f r tl.,1 uttk. U|' u every night and on IVelnclay and kxtuidty afternoons. Ureal attri U>n Fifteen l. sotiial arts i.l s inostrimltm, conslittng af light ridins ureal gymnas'n i, s'.iiastrlan danelnp, vaulting, a robatlc l-a fa, ri pe vi. Iting, giotind and lotty tnnibling, A", Ac, with tb* danc .T orse«, hpanirh Npol lleaut / and Ts-n n i*f.*!s the li [I III d'St, Hid M-n an l Nllr.t, li t i. tkkrta Uw ((en ll /, IM iwiim«:« >( *. f /\ i vv r r ( tii w. obrman national rti*AT.tK" " II > i u»d l >r tha resoltr eutton. on Mm lap. tinli> S-jtrilwr, i n iMrht' arion ll'irr l'faiffar taJMiltml Vfi .ler, fioji *nf Rational Theatre in Mannheim. will appear,!.t:« I I 0 KN " ( < li. « ',.. .1 of f if i. C.BVRTTIIAI.. Mtat/or. L.U7I11MO. Up*ota: -jo em lrr, hmai'pr and tailor171 fol'an llrtt' i Warrtaetxeet ai-w Hr'tfwtf. |U.t I fA'.L CLO (.iSfl.-WB WVULD HESrti 'lOO 1 (..'If iuTito ife»tern and S i'ht .-n morehtnte V> 'It.I aaJ lut renin onr (tool of (til to J winter Clu' pi ttnic rUtahor*. W* d.i'ter aareolToait oar tiKtrMBtnt. | rep 'rod f»» the a.iprnanhln r catena, will '! ta ettoot and Ttrl.' /t'.an hat aver bona pataf if et»i i (a tat I.-da. llir aaertioM enl arrastimtat*jT tap,It-lap aatrpfhliuc that it elect at a.U iw. at a ill at '.flat to garoiaa'a th» at and rmitli < ( s-i v'-r'« la proitd ta ba aul/ apprt latrl in tbe aroat biria: of car %!' to all eaotlont «l the oetttrr. aj 1> nja*tiall/ rentier from our ei.etmn-re'.hi artltfjriM rap ru »h*t onr rtrmeau aloa/t a«tael»\a tad rttdr a*1*' mt'.ttan dit-rwiu.-J ta benodertold br at b iota a the iif. area allotela for thr tnpariaclt*al tbe abaef tor Iifraeatt. T> kJ.DCVLIhf, M ar.d A Jabi etree.' eoranr of Ntt-ta. 4 «AST ' >' IIINO AND rURNHITRB WANTKD.*7|. :.t a: t ntl' P.m Ittrlni tl.r dtp. or breaking tp .tr. W i. a i "I'taia tha Mabeat arh prlcefor Clothiae, . it.ior*, A , » i ptuiaj 11 r u(h o p et, or at hie r»oi ... I M. Lil A <tll.llORI'. 1.1 Rim atreat. s I -I td. a ttl-o ' d t> bf Mrt. Otaa ldorp. i t ,t>T 01 I I OTHINO.ftC -TOR SI OSCMIIIR* D0E1 * . a» pi «e d t Henira the f utile * ith th1 a a It pat <» . Si' i-t rant mora, tad then offer 9W peroral u ti ta the i 1 li« of tbaaloTt. Lafiea a..d ci.tle.nen rr Mam it » II rela*. to rnah, h/ nrpdlnr lor or rrlt.n< / .. itMAn Mo' it'll, at UU atoro, II Orauit ahrret, o*ar i hi'tn 4 'art orr t i 1111 n.. aid itani rem *A\n d » L*41to or I' at in,e» hafio* tar r*at i fl Clothing of I ra.i -oil. ran afnr ea«l. prko Lit the » In mail 11'r Hi ii'i irdtor at hi* mitnit or hy ant "« l.ndxr atwndrd kv Mrt Copra. M. R. COIIIN, II Rim «trrtt. u aooifi tiii iiiciiBar rmcR por L-toits' " oati'i m#o not off clothlai' Why, Irroa.IPha i ' r fnroliar-' * lip, l.jron Who f..r I TUtlli * I am rat H hp. I.p.* * Im f>r wa'.ehni ,4 "* M t , L|'-n..And wlio far all hinda of m< rad.or'to I.rnw. Who la l.joof R'luio U Lyon ti i. fr»a#.II Nail ftrart. harem*at. MI>M Ht'DDKR U'M>4.~ rff'O mt PUBLIC..I * DlA RliltltRK SHORN -OURI iv*au~- hi Wrartll CI Daa. f»t<" 'ti la tha Nit T*rh llrrall of llth Jul*, ItH. aa4 too ('«(« aa4 Ra i«irrr of tamr 4ata, la which, ai'af aaorh taatpM aboaa of oar a I toroar, Wm Jadeia, .a b« a»'in that »a 4ara art oharg* hi.a with pirn tint <J»*4/rar a t'a'aoia. nadtr oar rara romr. an<l that he dote »i itMoor Cool/aar'a rataata la the mtanfaotara of Slioaa. ft art p< r-l.tod »ar lueaooa I. r thr mannfaetoro of la N> oo<f Ah -a o idar U" o4/rar'a Patent!, and paid aaf n-aat, tad are d*t'y patlat a tariff for tha tamr: and top otsar prrtoa " *"! hat a doaa tha tamo. If dieaoaad to 4a to, Ihaa thta ntrof npoa Ooodvaar a frier,U W* think il taafa l«a* a# ptirhaaa a o«h< an aaa a valid pr'rat, than ra lalnaa* l'«y. hatlag bora protracted. aebaaw.rdaadOaIpaar't rlahta. tilt a a»ttl«mon«. an I agrtrd la -.atom aat o> lalrtnga bit Pataata. Ur la aow attempting aat Mlf to ulnae taid Pataata, bat ta Injur* anrarltna, *tt ham. for a larg* eooal4»roti"a. aiirohato I onr lioeaaci. at are watt od.r thorn ond aro ehora Wh r>«T dlrr-My aad mat t a>,r rti aigaataraa, with pirating up«a «] rod free a PaiaoM la tha meoifo'tnra of tho ahooo tahlab ho to aoo off- r,a» t* tl r p«blic. ond wo (tro aoMno that ho. tad oil Whtarr rroa-rord with Ma la porahatlaa at raad Oil Mmaa. a>a4a ta tioUUoa af laid Paaaat Aigota, willCV,«*W»£.AT WARD R "RRRR CO.. tita A. J»akiachtan Troaawraf,TAX RbWARK INDIA RITRItKR MfO CO,liAliMit. rmilnb rmii A "> a* Tata, io-d IX I* E NE aml'gttnkfltb. Broadway theatpk-e. a. solii »» ««..Doer* open at 7: to commence it THoelook.1/rree Circle and I'ar'juette 8>Monday ctenior, Sept. 1, ui'l be performed the new araml * 11®, M'lle Caroline Roueeet;Count Serine, Mile Adelaide: I ineina, M'lle Theroeine; U* The tntirtsiamen'* will cMvoince with the oomedv of THE WON DAK.Don fell*. Mr. 0. F. Merchant; Dun Lope*, Mr.Burresi: Donna Yiolan'c, Miss Emeliae Raymond. Alter theballet, 111' YOL'Nfl WIFE AND MY OI.D umultttli.A. ibi.O's GARDEN..MANAGER, MR. JOHN flSTTOJIit Tickets, 60 conts; Privnto Boxes, $6. Doom open at J to commence at M o'clock. Monday. Sept. 1. The wondcriul Ravel Family. Gabriel in two chara. tere: Francois in two charettere the daring Moua. Blondin; M'llee Framk and llertii Mont Mar/.etliaa Joeho: M'lls t'apel, and Metan. Frlllant and Collet The whole constituting a complete balletand pantomime troupe of thirty-tic of the luotc talentid eitists, l.idependintly of the etoclfoat c rj)s de ballet. vrhi, hbat ittcu pronounced unr iualled in the United Statse. To » in merer with the Tialit Mope; to he followed b-, JOCKO; concluding with the now pantomimic iota ot kim A A. BR01 . Doora open nt 7; 11 begin at 7 Monday evening Sept. 1, the performances* ill commtnre with fe oomedv called UNCI 11 loozle. I nolo Footle. Mr. Chipn-ndale; Folia Bund, Mr.11. .l-r.Jan; FJwaid U tterly. Mr. t'al oer: Mrs. Ellen b.iil, Mrs Sli ->rett Mrr. ijnkUlldp'. , Mrs. Maedar. Tobefo'lovr^dhy wantii) a Wizard.Mr. Cramml'S, Mr. Brougham; w ii.esk llr. Hkerrett: K iciue Rtnt, Mr Johnston Mri Cruu.mles. k'rs. Maeder. Tn court ido with the SCHOOL roh Tit.iks.Panels, Mr. t. b .Johnston. Italian opbra at cartli cakden.-m\y mar-' Manager ami Conductor. Admission. !W om'l i irrt cppiaiauco ot H oi do \ ries Monday evening. Sept. 1 will be per! Jtuied. tirat tunc this season, the opera ot norma. I Norma. Mine Rose de Vries. A *aUi»a Sl.rnora t ostlni. i I' .liionsSignor Bcttiui.I Ore list Signer Matin'.Door*open at i Performance to couunenoe at S o'clock, n" i strwr.-iieat on a ioi at ot the weatJicr. No ordersI Will be tie. u C- t >. f. a d 1. n -thursday, sit/teiuber t loil.. Mac Marelrek's Bu-."j.. A 'Ann. MIX MAKKJ/.EK lei the hna'r ef luformia.? hla frienda, the patron* of t'li op. ra. nl t » p j »tic in *ener«I, tint p.-eviiui to Ilia departure(root New York, he uill ta*e a DCMflT, AT CA r-LI I. Il'ill, On Thuraday, September 4th, lft'l, toW » >t * I' M tod to cob' lude at 11 o'oloak. Altnonrli tii arraoeemente alreudi inal« nre of the-naniiapoiin«rharartcr. rot Mitral important a lditlom are won I mplat*J, wbuh will reader thin entertainment ». IT ATI .Kill A % MAKMII'ICKNT Tor off r~4 to the inhabitante of nay city. l ull partioulara raa. I r nly be given on Tinmlnj, but IB too mc ultimo,tut f .lowing lir f outline of tbo pcrtormaucea, ciuibia.aithe aitraotioni of TWO ORAND OPERAS, A IIAMi, tfior| I.I.AIKM S AUK KBAMATtC COMKBT; A.N ENGLISH YAl DBVII.LE. la nL.-ii Mr. flrcu»l.oui ml hia Company aill appear; A GRAND RA 1.1,ET. Anl Ottior Enter tainuieata, may be rel.ed upou a* certain. Tor the frit time, and oa li-leeitraordianry oceaiioa only. Bill appear, rot r cklat 1'Hi'm.Y DONNE A9SOLUTE. Madame Boalo, Madame Ron* d» Vriea, Me lame Uc.-taica Marrtr'Y. Madame Tru:U BiaeJetti. roi f-ri EBKA'lED FIRST TEVORJ. f!(l«r L. falti, Sigaor D. Uettini. Signer D. Lorhti, Bud fi*uor Ueaedetti,(11 1 first appearance t.'ieae 3 year*) r'»CR POWr.RrCL riRiT UtRITONJ AND BASSI. Sigaor Ba hall. Manor Mariai. knout Bern.».ataan, Signor Coletti. lu connect. ia «ith the th»r nutneroua and di-tinguitiui AKTIST4 t'k I UK ITALIAN opera, aided ly a meat pu » erlul chorua and a grand orchestra. PARTIAL PROGRAMME, aiaar. The grand and tavoritA opera o LICKK/lA BURMA. Ia which. (fir the tirat time the., theee yeara.) the celebratedten jr. :*r,or Socio Bee -dettl, will aing hi* I amoit pert ol Geannro. Latraoa lioraia Siiuara Tra to BiuJrtti V OXD. A C R A N U BALLET. A GRAND AND MIACCLLaN FOtTS DRAMATIC CONIt.Kf,IN COATUMR. In which *111 tr paa:, I lie la \ tit*, M.»i Virtiuia WWtia*. e.^-air Brttiai. 814. Lonni. B. c lieacrautaao, 8 Cjlnli,8i« Ardattl,(»U ~ Itl |><tf .rm no the ) tadMadam Btrtan Uar-t-rk. whaaill, bjr fiairal t< . i-erirm t»j brilliaat Soliii vi lha liar;. 1 irira. The fourth act of M«/trk"»t a liHrit tMri if I 111 GGNOTTI. Valiatiaa .K»aa l- Vr «| Kavul N/tuor il '.im nitH. For tt>« ftrat lima th.a # * <a, Ui wkalaaf Balliai'a imi opara uf I I' I I I f A M 1la which will appear Aiaaura A. Bona, Buaar Salt).ku«>rt Ba llali aoi Marial. The remain 1 -r »t the pranmu' >a Tutaday. TICKET*, ORE DOLLAR EACH, which will admit Hit holder a., ill ii>* peruraaaeea, DAV AN |> EVENING. To kt had carry day at Cactlr Gtrd-a. Delmna fl »'a, N*wHrk llotd, laloraaJ lr< lu lliiKa. udat Vh bi.ik .turaa of W 11 111 in Hall A 8uaa. 8 bath aWr« U l.i.ia. Kirk.iac A brrnaioc, Jollic, and Vaadrthack aad BtkukeiWli A Cu ,Broadway. ALTERATION OF TIME-ON AND AFTER THE it trti af Mcpteiuler. the cwara, at Caatla Gardta. w.ll tvuint nee at 7 » o clack, practarlr. nrr.LT OF RttttF. DR VRILS.- AT TUE KEgl K*T OFirr.Bjr perecae 1 ut iu Matcu I «Ua>l. J. rary City aal tthar ptacra ia the in lihl.itlioi .1, win. ha«a ctprc'e.J theiriMratlua of aaainlhiy at tl.a luat p rlorman of NuK Jt, ci cala*, ti c U| ra trill <n.m aca at o'clock.Which, la futlira, will ta the r gular hour. Ur UITE'8 MELi'DEON, ») BOW f RT. OPIMNP'TE THI11 ,warv Theatre, op-a rtrrv rl.i.t. Cha.neat 'nlica of niaMm':ot IB tk« Wft.'ld. UcaatHul vartoty ol KiM niaa pcrf'rn*na«lli«r leiTipti' n *f ilgbt and plena* < ina rtulnment*. The »ooinpritn* of tha a >«t « «* t~i) and nxrry plaottof amuaomral ia ihla hiiIrr. (' awrt > pitaiotly. All aorfornaaaa** Hi* a «d«J before I# e'clooh. C. WUin. fr pr.H.r wn a vKi.thKh- oil oil* CdAWDEN AND AUUIlY KAILKO*|l MM r«'>* MfI J Verb t» Phlladdlpl la-l-eart 1'ier No. I. J4->r'h by atejinbxat JOHN POTTER. N^rnlni If'i! 1llWirii Uri, it ( »'<lMk* Tin » * iltiiir I'n, i* I t* will ii*ok, f i tmv.raai Liar. at I a'aWh. I* a \ :*t s. ' V Ml I. M A Altai. Nr.* vohe i jtu I'Mii Ai'LLi'iUA- wiir r <.uand I'h'lad .Ipnia dirrti.. letted Stai-a Mil l.iaa. Ibroi'ih In 4S lioora.TU.Ntw Jrraxy Railroad. Il'in* Inc.4 to Vlltr dtet vliij, aad $2 Su f..r hoi. 1 cla« L> >et Pew Verb, Bit A U fr**a foot of i." tit ad' > *h| «i I .1 I A *, and ft P.M . iron foot tf l.tborty attwoi. lot** f u'a*lit Ma it aad b A.M. aad ft P.M., iron '.hi IHI ( Vat < iHrilh P.a Btl.ri-.roa a, W a.imi* arm. aa C-'hi-'T.*.. T: i Uoki l« arc mid In tlx al liaot. A lbri||l tdud* r. auk Uir' nth I.*ji<*» rhioBe, areompaoiet »l. t traia Iraviny at ft I'. 11. 1'iwiipri and ba**»*o la llili bill * ill litrliprUi dlmlly tbr-M *h float d pot io d«?i4 "0 tlio route. without r|v> i'im i.i.i n- ( i .r^irrii aiW.afTPMif.R1 and ic al Itpr b. lotto Utltlninr* and t rod»ri»«i lura, II i liaoad, IVurthnr* Btaahfton, I.TB"i>b«0||. V«.. Rlilyt. N. V .aad «'barUal»r. il, C. Ihr public aro here a*inlortTicd the larye tad .plcndid low pf« >«' oleeBor, It Al TlftldhF. ('apt Alt aad.r UcUaaalaad. bttld np ol'.h Mala KoniLa aad I <i Berth*. and nnrnrpa 4 la tp'«4 aad ruion irt-d itiin f y any hint « a a of Now V«rV, la at* rmpin* hlaeia lia!t|ui.rt and At tula ("reek. »la t*» ran*Ah uf|-| ..... at 'I llr< y rMnt, In tnanei ti a a h theHi in. *4 and I ri i'tlrkaburft (ml liiil.muaJ (»4 re'-art K timed*.Peeneyere he UIk Iiii# latin* Vomm ltr*tUliiif. Rillini"rr. itio'ilutk I*. If. on Tu. lid Fit .!*> , roai h Fred Ttehahoet ah«nt 7 A M. the aeel doy MdH i ad by If M. Tbfigtl Ttatt'l tir llHiOlM yu i > r* by thi» eupertoT 11b* Fii m Ilu'limjrc to I rederiektbirf ft! w " " Richmond IHIVtcrabnrj .Vi '" ( harleemn, 8C a .17 **Pitt" for f'ei-nad Clm f utnitri ! Richmond or rt til.tuit Inclndliiy »l »!» >n4 l.«diinr « ' > Fi r furthi r lafwtmatica. eiplyat Hit Sewthira Relievedffficr. adiMnia* tir»»hiuUn Kelleeed ..Hi* I'rattItrtlirli t II*RLF.s WORTHIMnT.Ul A*t»t.Baltimore, JaT.v istlt, lrfll. Comraeice Street 1f!i»r*. RINClJimvWe rinAKD NXCTTRSION TO TIIS mniNO BANHS ' *rery day, except Saturday*. Fere 2A cente ttoli wt/rbt well km an hi Hrtntr Ul FFAI.O, C*|>t. Smith, willIftti llatr.uicqd otreet at 7H A It.; l'»»(l (IrtBi. 7V W*nd elre*!, S.1*; Catherine etreet, N't; Fi»r No. .1 North rW»r, >I 1 R r. turning by A F. M. Kolreilim.nt*, tithing tackia,% | r \ id' d on board. ft RAND RXCCRRfONS TO CONF.T Ml. A N l>. LAND*lay at Frt llvmilioa eaeh way Fart, H>« aontt Tl.fteoaier SANTA ('LAI'S, Ctpl J.N R"lffl>a, 'III m\kede'ly eienrelnaa, leaving at follow* -Morning Trla- FromSpring o'reet at lialfcvat 6 n'rlorh. 91',. aal hall fit it 12, ail at."1,- Iri.mpltrXN. R.. at lialf-paet fl, HI, l.aad 4 o clook.H-mln* trip from Fort Hamilton, at 8 A. M. No half prktfor aMIdrta. ArrnouKiY. *.r. ASTROLOGY.- l>ll V w, Roll AI K, FROM 31FKDRN,lately from Philadelphia, off-re liia atrtiooa to th« eill I'm of New Vtrt. Ha Itablo to f< retell paat, preetnt andfuture event*. Fea.ladiea. .V) cm to; rentlemen, SI. NatHir'ieoalrnlated-Ladlee.$,'1; gentlemen. J.V Ofll a No. « w hlee etreet, New York, where lettete. reet paid, tell ret aireimn.'diete attention For partioulara, are daily payor*Aetro1o*toal Alaaanao caa be proenred at the ofltn g-otii 1MFORTANT TO D1FOOIST8 AND FKRI'l'IfRPSI 111 tt ao R llarl, 7A John atreot, wholetala Btrfuianr. hao pohl.ahrd aa oloyant aew eel ol l.akola. enitahie lor arery not tie and drawer ia a drug at"re, la *o II eiroalar form. att'.a lew eharro of $11 fir l,3<l nemeo. holng. la the whole. vBlyon- eowteaeh, with a liberal dlemnntto thetmla. Alan.rorf-taory. * w«n ti per ooat lower tana My ktuR U theMi/. Not open Cop nope ,t lea. W YO MORNING EDITION.MO? THE CUEACT REVOLUTION. ADDITIONAL NEWS FRO II THE REVOLl'HOISTS. Rumorr-il Capture and Exerulion of Tiro Hundred and Tift? of the Patriot*. T II E .\ E W O II L E A N S RIO T, tbe.. <5tr.. <fcc. rFr ZD til# New '»rlp»n., J'ii ayuae, Aug;; t --We this morning give what intelligence we have reeciredof the progressof events ia Cuba adding to th copious tatters which we publi.-hed in our extra yester:day morning and tu the Kvening's edition There Is so D.iitb evltement on the subject. thit 'Very .scrap of newsis eager'y caught up and stuJied The excitement in the city n a.most wild from it-> intensity. The intelligenceitself was sufficiently starlllug; hot a hundred ci ntradlctory rumors were circulated which served toincrease.he feverish state ot the puolic uiind. These were ba st ily tra'ed out t« thete-t, or to be contralto ted on I anotlur set was renewed to keep up the agitation.The street w> re thronged all day with eager uoiui >ner«; and some Try disorderly acta w regret to say. were committed in the afternoon which are noticed in artoth»rcolumn In the most critical period of the Mexicanwar we have rarely seen our people -o universally moved. Tfce news is before our readers; ail at least to whi h we could ;et access not ba,-e J upon mere minor But we muRt i Id. for t htt better nnler-tandiog by our rea leraol both aides if the ca-e. that we have heard thtt there are iu town account* from Havana, also of late date whi h giv- mere unfavorable report* of the progress and conduct of'sen Lope than soy we have publUhe I.j to the effect that be has met with heavy losses, of two'thirds ot his command: that two hundred and .lev -nyfivehave been taken and shot, in diiferer t partis*. that the remainder bod broken uo in'o small detaehui m's; and that Lop,. was -"eking the mountains with less than a hundred mm. bonie letters h ive been spoken of from the victim- shut a* lfavHna. which reprove the authors of the «spi dition with having deceived them Such are acme of the rumors that are circulated. Iff have no sufficient authority for them, and part of them are nioiy improbable. It is not likely for example, that military prisoners would be shot after capture withoutbeing feat to Havana, as the Urst were Hut in our prefent state of inhumation we have no means of conttroverting them, and we cannot »ay they are uofoundeJ. A painful and distreisiDg uncertainty hangs over the whole affair; the mors so, leaving out these conflicting ftat ments, tliat we have DO clear evidence yet of the main t lenient of sucness upen which the hope of the e apt dition was founded, viz the grneral support of the Creel" population. We have, indeed, accounts thatbodies of Creolt > have attempted to join him, and that others have started. or intend to join him. but until we know that they are with him in considerable foroe, w» thall net ft el. under any circumsts aces, that their positionis -trong cr their prospects flattering. 'J he next io'elligeoce will be watched for with intense anxiety for unravelling these painful uncertainties j [Correspondence of the Delta ] HAYava, August 17. 1861. * * ' * The Creoles are charged with cow trd- ICC, uill W.iu WU«'. hH-grtr ui JUMICB I »iu um. »<. ^T<ni;, prepared to say What can they do. wh«n the tact thatLops ha - but ..00 or 410 mm in hia party, is taken inta consideration They bare dona well It should ba reni.mbt-r,' J that 3 COO troops are In the field, well officered, armed and e quipped The fact <anuot be areertalced. but it is thought by s> me tt.'it the pri»on«r- were rurprUed br superior numbersof Spanish troops, and surrendered under the promiaeof pardon or they would Dot bare given theiaidres up wttheu: a Itnffik. [Correspondence of the Delta.] IS. 18ol You »ill hear everything. I wri'.e to imprms y.m with the conduct of our Conaul. Mr. Owens of Georgia He bus beeD i ailed upon by several Americana, to go to the Captain-Qeneral who would not hare refured him tobe prevent while these poor fellows lieed. and obtain tbiir dying : |ml lie NfMA absolutely, to bare anything to do with it It appears that one Antouio C -la a Spaniard, of New Orleans, w*i prcent. in order to obtain wbat be could, hi a -py to tbe Spiuiih find out of these unfortunate men how things were. Ac I send yon a firreofthe 11th. from which you will Me be baa offered his service* and one hundred men frnn New Oilesns. to protect tbe government. Thtysbot several m- n on the oth, (one a German doctor.mud tbe oi her au American engineer.) so lam well Informed. Piste, n others -hot. positively. Tbe Albany left us this morning, in alarm and without protection We bare a government of protection, sure. I ope D said to lie thirteen league* from here with '2,000 men How these men are scattered we do not know, nor can we tell; ao inariy rumor-that we cannot get at the truth. But four'Spanishmen of war are Jul In,twoof which are loading fast, for some purpose, what, we know not yet. The ; verr.aien! are .ilarine.l, and tbe Spaniardswr-r-e Trou' le in t he camp Th-y hare brought up 181 wounded, and said to bare lost 123 In tbe ffrst ac'tion. Confine! of Crittenden ami Kerr. JIOPK KMCt'Tl'fNS. fCorr >»pen-lcnce of the New Orleans Crescent 1 They died bravely, those gallant and uoff rtunate y. org uieti. When the moment of» vecu- tion < .me. man, Ctloml Crittenden, and Capt. \ iotur Kerr among them rrtu-< d to kneel with their b*»k* to ih< ir sxecuiioners. "No." said tbe chivalrous Crittsn- denAn American '.n-tls only to bis God. and always fares his <n«l»iy" They stood up. faced their e*»-uti<pers. were -hot down and their brains then knocked cut by rluMsd mu.-keU.j| Other prl-< ne:s hare been made and executed near thefield, or ,n the vicinity o! Bahu Hoods.fifteen on board tbe »tesn Pliarro-n goad dial 0f cold blood shed, whu li will probably give a not acceptable rrturu to those wh bare proTi d their sbtvalry In rain, but who can un in Jut'sri? loe mo a '»a man in me rune.oui not. i l»li»to with*iut llifl are** <f nhame. TUo number we »ball lnow. IfAt gi.Ti-rt nmnt ciiooee to publish. Tbe crof '.is here are coward*.they hare tle-t far Pom tbr!r |ifotnl.-n At the I'wt. it u sail. they maintain then»*»ln « i: herro. and Lopi i la not yet lefented. lh,«i«lyiiojo in. tbat in divided counsel*, waut of fin I. xc., h< n. ytall. f parish rlilralry 1:m Wen bmten back in > } act! u attiinptrj w:th groat Iom, by a handful of no u. l.tlitM from Victor Kerr. [From the NiwOilear* Idol'* Auk -- I T1 " folloeioy letter) from that gallant you ag creol# hero. Victor I»etr. are among th* the iaot which be erer wrote. Tfu y vi re written in a buhl aoti mtaculine style of rhlrc/rapi.y an 1 will »utt1ciently refut-tb<- unfounded minori. touching their tenor. put into cir uUtion joatrrdejby the en< ui.r* of Cuban ib- ity to mi* »n r. Mi Pi «a Fi i :ct« . A-lleu. my dear wlf»: thl) I* the la t '« tt»r fl at ycu will receive from your t lctur. In one b' ur I shall t» no more. limbmi c a.. :f my friend* fur me. Never rat rev again: It !» toy Je-iie Myalitui to my d»ter« and brothers. Agai a last adh u I ile lib* a «oidier V'ut In.-baud \ICTOil KKKtt. August 10'iitrk. to Hia parm*. Mi iiri) Fi * »< I lenveyou for srer and T ko totV other world I r m prl-on-r in I'c vana. and In an hour I h« I hate cee'td to ekist. My <1 -arret frhnd* think often of m* ( lie wmtby i-t a Creole. ui« laid,in *nd of a Kerr My i«are»t :r'i-nd« adieu for .he i*al time \ «nr devoted friend. W mm KIWIl. To N Laiifr II llouUgny. Leon i umjr, Yvut'.em 0. t ln«mt. ti da Am jo Augi t It 1961.4 , o'clTk The It lot lit Irl) litigant. Tr m 'V- New r>«n Crear -ot Anguat 22 I Vfter lay ?ti win am t»a« allre with excitement an I m »-nnn* The «tfe»t» were tbrona J with petpl an 1 *r fry ai 1 tinl-nt clowd* pared- J thr- ugh the cityboating lato the »- gar and II iu-t »h« p« ks;t by i#r.;ar » Mire th--m of their e -nt-iit and dwtri yln» every ll*. «> h-y- aid lay hand* upon I: our Mlled give* way. ant the current if 'he Mt«sl#«lppl per ra'f id to ir b ihreu.'h our »tr<*eta the tnrarHl. confn a on and agitatl'n, could not hare b»»n ! -r We will b I Hy di ta.l the InrlJ* nta *» tbn. Kerr Ri*adt. anJ th it e'ia; anloa c%«? early In tha morning.a de-p 11 a te rf xk»m orT the cornnunlty The »e» ru hundred »-Mn*'fr» now in the rlty imni'diately pnt rn etare. I p to II A M no aign <f disorder w»a finite-led About that tuna an " Ultra'' of a Tery i F r woe l»»ue I by fn f V. To .the 'Ifra i f the rp*nl*\ rrrm In thl* eitr II w» an Irritable outrnge up- n 'he fn Itrga of the frl- nd» and relatlir' niiawrii athbrlty id the gallant dead *nd It wae at mee gi-neraily known tha* tfce I'nh a ofItire win 14 It at.erhid and gutted. About 'Ida t<me ."panlaN «etlil turthef fanned the *prendlag 1a»e of e* ritim* nt ly tuhlic remark#, eome id a moaf brutnl ami .1.1. i .V....... -Tki I'.IIK ll I aloe bolrtari 1.1 0ig Th*j hid pr»- jiuel t <o mu:U uponI lha j-irbet In rualtr <f the hi At t't IP M a i -nwdMm 1 tb* oH-» of f* r and In u few mtnut** II wa« * tofil wr-ok Tha r Mt< r narrowly r uf>« I *i b hi* lllb thr ;h tb* latarc.aaiin of Mcyrr t'ro*m>an Thi nra Ik- rrowd pma*ad*J to tha fornalfrif flfittar m.<l It. (birUr nUi a irrycdltwa Jipaniarj It tu« gran. It-til!..! tha f'nrlnnn e'/nr «h' p 8 m* dainoritiati'MWrra ma t* tut tha Jon»a w*r» rl»#*d. »heo nflir the «tpirattnu of an hr ur K->mn<r an appeared at (.I * of ill* doom tiith a drawn kuifa In hti has I. and iirnvi la d'«lr» to »h*athe It In four u* fha cura-d VialNl. A rurh waa mala. when K mug"** mil* hl« aioare Into the *tnrr, «lo»l»g tha dour aflat him. Brat wotindlr'/ thrae n*r«on« ona aaieraly Tb* ruin* i>f tka ft Cbmtaa fiirnl'hid tb Btat*rinl« with whlh tha df* ra w-'rn *p»ijll; bat'erod In, afary windowbiiVin. Iba -bop gutted* and a contly atoek of clgara tratfrrcd In Ore atraata Itrmagran mad* bin eacnpe hr a bnt k di or. ran up atrial under a «bow»r of mla*il » bf«far* atrro^lBS with blood, an-l htmartf hotly pnrrorJ.lie rttopoadedln sheltering hlmwif In the rtty prison 11 a ,-KwJ ptorecdel to tb* olllaa of the Maabti Oouaul.wdio wa« not nt home lo nae ronpony Th-y guttedhie office and torn down ht««ign th' no* the t -rant of the paop.e pomr»d do'.n Foylraa to attack the l' 8 Karhnngw A Wp» teanark front the lut tfrr m1 p «p--rch Ml At'»:«jy Ray I ItK H s'DAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1851 n»)iK divert-d them from their purpose and after takluj a drink all round.''frea. they poneentr»U><i ujm the Jenny Lfnd Cofft c House, cornet of 8t. Charles and Perdido. It wh- gutted in a few minuter, an 1 the s'reet strewn wiih the wreck. About this time (8 P.M ) an immense crowd rtv tltjed in l.afsyette Square It was addr-sscj by Judge Walker, and Col Field, of the Louisiana re'»im«3t Cot. Chiivtie was called f >r. but did no', speak Ju>||S Walk r very sens)My advised ths crowd to bottle their wrath for use in Cuba; the article would very we 1 bp*r exportation.Strong r» solution.-, denuueiatcry of the Spanish authorities. were pa.-.'i J io u bturah. Concha. Yaptain General of Culm. w»* then hung iu effigy and burut amid lb* sbouts of the crowd. A i ry *a« raised for " White I fill." a eotlee house op- po.sitr the ft f oots Hotel, and about a thousand pere m* poured down (bat direction. Ou their way a number of Fpsnigfi :bo;>M in Kxchaage Alley were broken into and gutted. At this moment we cannot sty positively but euppc-r. W hite Halt, a large and costly e-tsbliahm .at, was clearly gutted. Throughout the day and night the Sp <ui hpopulation was in the utmost trepidation Their ehopt* were generally dosed The canted tntss of ' gutler< eeem to have eniire control of the whole city. -\o watchmen or milttiry were visible, andthe authorities were powerless, or would not act. The city »«. given up to a mess of frenzied men. every mo. meet growing more and more excited, and we know not what record we may have to add to this. The streets at a late hour were thronged with meo. shouting, hurryingto and fro. and projecting we know not what Amongtbi m there were r.ot. go far as we and officers of the high-st rank among the fiUihuUtrnt could ««, any of these -migrants." At dilferent points. RecorderOcnois, ( ol. Cbti-tie and Attorney Reynolds. were the oulv persons who sought to arrest the progress 01 scenes. . whii h. for »he cr dlt of our city, notwithstanding the strong and bitter provoc.ltsou of them, we caunot but .deeply regret. J Rli»>r Aid for C°ut>a. ] 'I Vroui the Tuokig( c (Ala ) Republican. Aug 21] JOn lsst Thursday. --versl men btlonging to this place 'left for Cuba, they hjo all clever, intelligent, worthy young men. and we wish them every success iu their *S-riloug undeitaking. They will be joined by others iu 'caigomeTy, and then risks their way to New Orleans, we .-oppose, aul wait until an opportunity oOers for jail-ing for Cuba[I'rcin the Nor folk (Ya ) Argus, Aug 21 ] A few weeks si.-i.-e. a schooner with upwards of fifty recruits on board failed from this port. su. r<-3-fully evading the vigilance of the officers, both of the nav-il and revenue service, on this station It 1* u- derstood that she whs to join at tha Capes a party from Baltimore, and that th. y woe dentin- J for Cuba. T I: L E GII A P HIC. The Spanlth Consul's Itcslqnatlou at New Orleans.Arrival of Patriots. 'Ken Osleass, August 26.1851. The Ppanl.-h Consul has taken down his Sag closed his cilice, and trantferrtd all his offlcial functions to the British sad French C< usuls, ' placing,'' he ssys, the persons snd properly of the Spanish subjects uu-Jet the protection of the American government.'' Sixty liberators attired this morning from Monlgo mery. Alabama. further Rt latlre to the Bahla Honda AfTelr. Bsltimosc, August 21.1(51. It app.srs. from bites published in the New Urbane Picoyi ne of th 2Cd instant, that Co!. Crittenden and one hundred m l fourteen men were left at 3ahia llonda. by (Jen. I.oprz. in cbcrge of the baggage, while I.oper hiinsi If adnured to I.os Fasae. On the next day teven hundred Spaniard.' landed from the war steamer I'isarro, and cut off Crittenden from hie companions. Col. Crittenden made one attempt to rejoin hi. com- , rades, but was repulsed. The Spaniards afterwards male a charge, an! com- pletely routed Col. Crittenden's little party, who spent i two days and nights in the chappareis, without any sus- < tetence lfifyof them aft Twari- mala their way to the sea- j shore, where they foutd s me L at-, in which th- y em- ' talked 1 hey fpent one night on the ocean and the next day 1 were taken pilr 'aers by the Ilabiuero. as dlaibi I previous reports. TUet«\re »tiil sixty fiur of this party ariiaing fort of them are known to haw been shit in a small farm house. ar.d a Spanish lieutenant reports that n the 141'a he came upon twenty of them, guarding an e-[ual number of their wounded comrades, all of whrni were aim * r-d It was reported. aL'o on Spani h authority, that th remaining twenty four were afterwa'iis slaughtered The New Orleans papers also published letters from Brand. Jamts. and Kerr. They are very brief, beiu merely a list of adieus to frieuds. The papers fur iher state that the late outrages In New Orleans wire r inmlt test by the lowest e a-s of the popu. lation, and that nme of the jjUihufirst were »ug >g -1 In | them. ' View of the Canadian Press on tlir Ilsiana Diana* re.[Fn n. th'- M>utreal H- raid August 2?We arc to friends : > unjust intasioas: but ther: I ihould be limits to the wrath or the rentf-mooc of uian The ricent wholesale butch. y, at Haven*, of ell the City foreigner* taken prisoner?, without arm*, and inhumanly (hot like bcuti, withouttrial, aj{ ear* to bo an atrocity which. not merelythe mat c* anu na- ion of the deal, but the «»foty ar.d honor of all living, required to be jtutiHei or expiated There nodljtii-.gulthbj massacres in cold blood,in the nineteenth century, on the part of govern- meets wbl h Mllaid to kgMMlO acthonty. ah' >e act* strald cor"<-i|uently bo, not the impulse of 111: «i or jnnguirnry pujtcu, but the result of hit|tniice and calm fur more r. rollIwg to the fuling3, and (tamped with mo.- « Inexpiableguilt, tban any crime: which simple Individuals,liable to the continual influer. e of orruptlon,enthusiasm, or Illation, cjo oinmi;. Thefirccity of tbo Austrian butrhtr. II .ycau. oj j ear: to lave 'Cet br;; ^ht to America bv the r-; ar.iih Ceneral* and 1l\ -mor L tie patriarch'<ina.dcdiction may poiaibly yet retch them *'.'. .I'mikI be their jejer, for it was Circe; and 'heir wrath, fur It wm cruel. I w'> Idividctheta In Jacob, and.ratter tbun in Israel." Fat th. en 1 yet to eeine, hot'., for A ustria aud Cuba. North A me rira. at all »t. uts, i. not a country in whtrlr ,,bsolutej»ovcrru»ttiti can venture" with lafity on rarh a in cf h.-tilli-affainst the pe] T nr w#» :> J ra *> J hif c- iiuili »n was U-.r. nIf g veii mctlJ an J rulers seek t exterai will baip.n. la Atoeric i at least, that -u 1» ;jv:rnmeat*andruler sr. n re like.'y to «uff»r thin ia11 t cxtetmrna'i a, trrys, >l right, hi ecexi. t who are ar;ra;tl ajxaii I him in the battle-Held, it * the right ef -elf defe-er Hut when thae# tnerai aire rr.-OE.r', 1 and deferred#**, the right toJc-trey tltm ecu-.this right being founded solely -n th- ight f aelf defence. Hut let it b|a icrtcJ that thcic laptisas a:# eriaiuaii : i -a, let them be trl J and eonsirted. Hut. ia the ea*e before us. rn orlm could have b« neon, mltti d, e*. '0 "f any l a 1 I- en intended. Th# prlnrei* were taken out of their osrn boats. W'th- nt n 1'tance: an t for tl- - O >rcrnor of Cuba t in'Iivt u. eth on fori gum. f r imputed intention to do c-ll, ia what no In' pv&dcnt government cm pera'ur -nl ait to, without the aacrilce of it» honor at'J duty. It i« sirgu'ir that Santa Anna began hi< -areer aga' tie Tesaci by -hooting. i-» cold w'ood. alarge number ot, ] re miiing young men,few «f wh'-m !iu 1 attain-d tbeir twenty f#Mth ; n- \i «s there any one endut 1 with the feol- irjr« or it bctf.jn ti }, wbu coulti rt'tr tin ind'if- nutii ii at stub brutal oil rminat.on of uutriH n ldi(urcllMli|itit(il Was there toy ac who4> i rot doire to -re lont adequate inflation up.n mi h a mUr at I ?uch * 1 Toe tar of 1 retrilution cnme.Mvnta Anna was himself taken 11'ii-oner, bat not "hot. V'et it wivld not hat} beoa aort sgii>»t the fnw of nature and nation', for his rapt<r»to have shot JSanta Annv in col4 blot i, ]tbaa for ^anta Anna to bava shot hi* prisoners I(itiKuatii g tosoTcrai hjn ircu younf mem in coldIt!" J lb* criincf and MtMN of e vernmenti and ruler* arc cf deeper guilt, "and call for deepoi atormrnt than those of indiriduals. However, the retribution oppToaimatod, at least, to capiat ton r'st ta Anna's i<nwrr. by the divine will, '»" (Treatedf in him. and. hi* country was ran {wished and parcelledout by the fellow citlr^ns of the youthful prl- ssmeis whom he ?hot in cold bkod. Pnltre Intelligent*. .Itum'd viih intnt t Kill.On Bntwrdaj night oth erhlsie. vT the flath waii police arretted a yellow fellow or me j Atcaandi-r Andrews, with only oae «rm. on a cba'feof In'.lietlna a Janaercitis wound on the face of rotbir col. red moc named William Pomroy. with av nlfe. The assault and aiTraj took placo between the o»Ttic« on tlic Flee point*. Th pri.onet is allege I Ih»T' msde the amatdt on Foesrey with an intent to tshebis life Tbc Injured man was ennreyed to the City Ho*,pitai anJ Andrews ea eonreyei bef. re Justice O'born. who e. mmitt'd htm to pr'son fot trial There were eighty nine deaths in Boston during ike jweek "«dinj the 50th wit .of which tiff »wj wf under «ee y-nrs x %c* ' ERA] 9 Our Maine Corre»p»nd«nrf. >«, Me. August 27. 1151. ftii'ZDi ,i. < i '' , t.T'' /.i.'iM Biiiiririt.Giuiclh. Fucilitir,. I'u'ttr Pimped: ar t If"eaf'i.7Nf l. )uitr I.ou .Jfs Ffflrct. 4 f 4'>. Vi u are aw,ire that Uangor is on one of the noblest rivers in the Northern Staler There is no place east of the Ohio valley ro well provided with an alrr ost innumerablenumber of tributary well seated by i>alure at th natural outlet of these mighty waters a* Bangor it-elf As there is a fair chance for an interestingickling rn-perting the regions 01 away down Hast, allow ine to stire you: reader* a condensed amount of the pre-ert state of thlpga. This place is situated at the read of navigation on the west aide of I'enob-eot river. 1 be principal occupation of the inhabitant* is embracedin one line.rouinierce in lumber It i> the greatest depot tor this article on the continent of America. When Tin talk of llantor business, the lumber folks are full of it At printut it is selling at high prices, and the demandfor the fume ran be imagined at once whan I inform you tbst ovi r two hundred sail of Vessels can now be seen iu this port, loading with various kind* of lumber, ilven the harbor puts a New Yorker in mind of a "cedar -wtmp of masts" as seen along the K*«t river: and at you riiw the foere. there rau be seen tloatiug with the Ann lit an Hag these of foreign ports, such hh I og'.iah. Danish Swedi.-h ar.d Du'ch The wiy the ae *r»l huuJred-team n* ruiiis are cliawing up millions of logs i. a caution; and they are whi.iiag out the refined article afastas the vesselt demand it. The rivers, above ami below Bangor, are actually full Of l' abort, on and as wsll as on water, all is lumber .lumber. W e csme -1 in-ar having a frost in this region last night, that thtre w.ig uo fuu in it. As the s in sunk la :hc west* 1 n wave the weather gave strong indications of 1 cold night Kven the thermometer was on our side. lhi, k pants an d eoat felt oouifirtable. To-day at raidleyit is colder than tver; an d if the wind dies away »ith the miti we shall certainly have a heavy droit Thus, r.u can juJge of the condition of the weather down this vay. 'Ihe stringent and odious liquor law Is in full f ree, and{ How eannct obtain a smile " fo; love or money. As 1 busrnera place, thu has greatly aH-oted the city; but it won't la-t long, for '.umlieruieu say that the ' crlttui is not dead,but llv«th." Tbete area few curses and oathsheapi d upon the tram era and feaiteas defenderv of th:l new movement. day bv dav. vet the tutur* ..-eni,t> wills] t*r that there lit still aiilvat ion for Bangor tt Llle convening with one of the wealthy old wltlcr<, yt iteidiiy. be proved to ire, by statistics, that no lossthan Ti'-mU < f our 100 tou- burthen. are annuallyiniployed during the v-aison of navigation. In freighting villous aicds ol l imber to various plare* Also that ou the Penobscot river and it* tributary slhimr above liingr-r.sre K no thing uear 100 »»* mills Over live hv.ndr<J million fret cfb.mrds are cut out during a year; while the value of lumber shipped at tills port annually, will equal. at (be l*-a«t calculation, two mil ions to t«v million s ant a half of doliarr. Bangor has been builtl>y the lumber Irate alone yet its inhabitants begin to see tit t to'e depeltlence on this iuinvnre busine-s will never do, so now. at the pr» rent date, Yankee ingenuity and perseverance wiil soon show New EngUad that rtargoriaDi are Ui Sci d with the best mill privileges inthe I nitid MttS). and although the mighty fittllhave not been arretted in their course, hut h.iv-s teen a 111 wet to roll thur rapid current to the rcian. it will not be long before a few million spindleswill he driven day aud night The facilities Horded a! this place for manufacturers, stand pre<mine tit Properly holder- are list pushing the d project abend. Although the city of Bangor, as well asthis ftciioo if the country iu general, is iu a high de (tree of latitude, and the winters are hard ones; yet this seemlrg dl advantage is uot so powerful, afier a 1. notwithstanding it is f>dt for a longer period than in any other sertion of our country Health and longevity, as well as tie purity of the air and water, stand unrivalled upon record Take the I nion together, and yon can hud no one Stale bir.-sv J with more fertile soil, more 111rigabe facilities and witn more flittering prospects when i ensiderei on a longrtta. than Maine Wi'hint»a ream from this : u. llwliatoaand Portland iliilroal sill t .trend to Augusta, and thenc. to Bangor. At preent.conveyances tor travellers from tills city are trejucnta lid ( i mforl.ible, caking of Bang' r as acity, it commands one of th*lB>-t sites on record It Is a delightful |»la'"\ neatiy euilt is will laid cut and the buildings speak of taste, leauty. cligance. sod maguiticence. It is here where Iwe 1 t ores of handsome ladies.the main soring of ai-terce of ar.y pi u «.where can be seen even in a lornwrvi.sgelike til? a race born to b<- loved nod praisi dlllstccracT down this way is solid aud limi'c I Tic eealthof Bangor j* made by lumber.although thei* ire tclone aud ipUn'sri of "outside show .yet when outistth' jlockets of the old settlers here, their si saving f ret, and the Penobscot liver, give the fu i required atrmer People down in these parts have j>,.( j. atitie.s of tmir, and however singular and nicer liii j inhj appirtr to strangers, one f.001 finds that ii» « ««». t *1 * very hoss-set act. after all dune pnhLiI toiii inut N» w Yorkers shouldbe looked after lnwly.. : I find '!i all of try travel-/ through New Krglen-J thus fir, that the /.' at / is th- pet piper ofthe iiaeti rn pr pie (In fact, that autl tho Trihunt, arc this Blily \tw Yoipip.u to b" as-eu ea- of it-wlon). au-ill'O, that more confidence Is put In the Impartial noiicyarticle- ol lie % I'm/. ff.iV / than In *11 oth-rputtci:>'thir This i» as it should be; of cuur-o. wh' ii Ik* " bulls and biars" of Wall str-et a liui- th« aamlatt.Ire w here 1 go to Eastport. J D V. Tl'f SHrantthlpdrral Hilfntn. A sh rt t ir since we inform/' 1 our O'll r< Ih/t Lbla Ti .set ana 'ffr.g In the g .ndun '/raving lfocfc. alnrc she was undergoing a thorough repair Th» re'-el. a- ae bare previou-ly stated h,a be-n jiur tared by Mew* Uibba. Bright .v t o.and » st.-m is her r pa!'« ;.nd alterations arc rooiaUt~i ehe will fluid open her station between this p^rt and th» L'i itid States. undir the eaniuaud ofCaptain Matthew. ali< e abilit\ ai a -/ ituan. aid whose previous career in :.eean steam aarlgatlon. aretoo well known to nrelcoiumeat.Tin- Ureal lirltrrn is uni|U**ti-iTiahly th- tinc.t mcdeltrd fMj» In the world III" wis designed by Mr. I'aters'n navel architect, of Bristol. and it ran to the public to know that her present v\ < ions ar» citrli d uo und- r hi < imtn list" »u;ie: vision Ibi r* are mor alterations going on ia t iU 0n» ve«-*liban ut visit ta her where he cow llei. Ths-r# are three eontraetrr 'or the » >J. - - rs \ .-rn n .v .*"in for the iren wjr* m-J shipwright'salt rations *'e.r« M»e\ -y v. M tier for thivvibfi!**:and.M'-rn IVim \ t o i f Inn. for the rug iii». Alt the ll ii bill/ I v bs- o u taken o il ol be v s»e|. ii.| It hi w |i s up hi the (in/ Alongside th s/Mp ar u will in isn/l without the vessel, en mount of aotl .» t'/loir on whieh is truly aurprl-ing A sn»en|linLaw b>en ereei 1 tu ir th" re:.; wiiirr tb /operslor* it drfillrr pondilng l>c «/ going on upon a ar*<' ica! Abi-t i HO men arc at woti. upon tin- vessel, lid tb r. pre el ed ia one of the U<et active if. Iti-liy Willi rmarl to the engines w- may oWrvahatthiye il at h more r/ mtni t than thou" she in v Is. i. y had Tli-y *lhbe- ; Hod Ivor p/wer bat It s » a,--Med ;i. it '.1/ty'wlll work up to ft-o horm power.IhrwUI I. o have a ti-*w aeiea. ot the ham-tar of about llbM (eat, with a much eaa'.i r pluh than IV oil it'v af'ch v«.I! a .1 its power in w.r<lng. an! alen i n1 tie p. (t (is nine* Tlte root*.set Of 1' t.r» i rr nl bun Is of curil a n»'. .re as will a id it ry ii ati .-lally to the tr-aftn f the ship They or to i ve Her a n >w u.iis k--»l. aiurli is uew b m i attach'-! ta ibe I Her Hot'ooi amid nip-i will V eaii V.r aew ran.ut lfi> isvt 'a lenglk arol in otter part* ol the I T.i .1 I llr .P IU I |., J. "1" » I » III 'IF *< i I Matt la y a<14 t< ti r*tr*r.gtb. Th. iron frant*work .r ti *. - 1 a ,i i iinMtli xim 1ocrin/« a* thai of 'Hr Marn' i« ntlrjli'ha iw*r tail "S Ik* -Mr *Mih J« IS' rt- b-i»* h- po »r«* i wt'fii. t> n?tnd r.f toubl* iicjt* lr.y lb* a. It! ) ,1 U .uo|p anal* If.m fraa>lvi4 a B.Ikit la luilkrf mctin 1 by tbr*a tiara <! ironiiiif -a t f. t lit inc !t"a w: t* «dI ST'iiil'tllt W li i*h'. a r*t th* irori at r1*ht an/'- « rh r 11 wl ! iia-r (-a «n roaatnf for* and i. fir It ? #r.l lanjth rf ih* *ti!j> half * d*wp ajrain * >>' >di' > lnktr B..» V*:--nt wll''« p'i»* I nfl*r .bait * m* I -foil* .1 i nwi»r ia< h piata iron. I tk -l . . .im h a i *p lb* nlick of th* fnuuluj i-iJ thr plane* of tin' hip bar* iini.-*aco> a<-«rrfairt i.' Mti. a and wM' ' tS* Hjhv : tan.'iv a. ti t I a ii tj'»r tlbrlw-i Iron hi ua*u mIMI.trI I no*, d.t'i I.'1 ii»»i i waianj liln ' iV « -triad ii aii* * Ml b * * fu n b»r ait*rat|i na tliall W >i'it>l»t* I Inl ' ! tmly hate lb* CVMI mad* lb* »*» ! MrtNlfOf tar »» » » Vf- » b it th*y h r* nrrnno- 1 all tnatt»r«if ji'all n >icb a »cp*ilnc niiinif that »!«# wtU now b* kb i rt» i mi l a lar**! < i thou li*t«r* .pru'iably Ikl U«M of I(M tola tdftuOMl This apt. * will ha a't. partly throoth »b» aptr* ag*.-! bj tb* n»w boi'k*rv il 1 pMl.y tMoupb IUp conatHK-ti a if a ilti <t li#u«a,dl'tli'r.: iiii *r*n fr»t aix In b h!*h Tb* d' <i'milli* -*d a« dining aalomi, ai I * i I thr* m it* :! » I' w»r eabta. *bi h wa* 'ortinTiy u.d fo- thl« pnripB*«'lai i* lor caij N«w bulwark* ar* *tp tin,? «U and il a ablp at ati ! ration "f f -tr fr»t <1* in-hpi ib i tki tv abia merly bat. and th*** triU li* t turtli -r <* Id ptiitrttlnx 'Up 4*ck kow from **»»r* w*«thi-r aMi t th" r i f af th* hou** on !* * wl'. 5»* arailabl* a- a iron mad* fitlbctly n t..*tr.l from any *a tb-»*««l l ay hip i'.* tl .p will atreaiiMfwt *6® ;»r-: p,i<t i>n#«*ti||. n. but «bi tb*f am of an iof*rk>t mv- wilt to Uk*n. w» *anu<it at pr*.-. ot «»y Thr "bin i* 11 bar.' r' ut b ant* in*t*ad af ftp* a* .*iTm'-ily arrii l b* ii*r It l» prc'«li> t>*t two rut of th* four l"*"t n-.i t will l>* of lion but tbla aa y*t. i* unitrr ron*l'l*r*t. n '4b* *iil uf.tnin no etmlntition of nallln.: pi.w»r inw. p»r It. m thv r ductiiiu of ma>t« aa thoa n .w lo l»* p'ai J in h»r will aprraJ i^ttar* laua >tp*n»a»a. *liat ofatniar* th* br* bt of whl.-h in fair wind", rati b* r»a t ly apt r. iiat> I TU* ». w*l hi-b- #o lu !h jrariofdc h fine- Ibf ml lil* of May an i it I* vi-ctaJ 'ba; Uf tli midJl* of n**' inv.itb "b* will b-' r** lr to ..-ao* th* ) ar* wbrr* ah* now lira ami to rpp*I»* " '* aft at. Mut it rnn*t b* u» tnwtood that th^a* ar* tn a at at* t-f pr*parat!on and wll' only * t"»r " *51^f llcg wb*n tb* ». a»l ia r*ady to " abi ui l tbirif. r* iuna* tbat ii* 'mat bntaln wili 1.^ r*» J< for .a be .'oiw r.**t CbrbUmai An i wl,*n ak<- .tow nin tak* b*r J*par tr*. th*r* < na 'w no .,u.<atl<m thn» tLetr w'll b* a bfp*r int n at In h. - f tfortuancw t'.mn aat'Ti r Mt bif'V It wa« in many rj-papta. t > b d*plor.d. that ao magnifi »nt a T*v*l aa tt > Ob at IVitain hon'd bai.' I- rn p*rmltt*.I to li* dlaman l*d an a« ,h, wan av '*rid to raati but now that *n*rfa «ni rapl tal bar* turn »npll*4 to makr h»r m-aworiiy, ib* wlil r m* t*f*r* tb* worlj witb i*roii*rt una «K tb* pwt »nd b p»« for th* ftitur*. AnJ non* wiu t**l inor* nnaloua tiiat th*Urrit BriUia abouid iwcorwr bar potiiinu and rr*n atan.l hi<h*r than ab* baa tit dim* bffx thaa ourariTM .b-rj'tl Mi-mi-). 4t«| U. LD. PRICE TWO CENTS. ! NEWS BV TELEGRAPH. rutin \\ a.tlili)|ion City, RETT FN O." 1 UK PRESIDENT A>r> SI'tTK.TUT o.ttip Rail.RO.AD CITJCBJtaTION.INVITATION TO TUB P*« UDENT.THE POSTMASTER OZKMU., ETC. Vi a-.hix.iov August .11, 1461 The l'r> sidrnt and 8ecretaiy Stunt returned here tMC night. in a special train from Richmond. A deputation of five gi-uthmen fr..m the Bo-i Itaff road Committee are here, for the purpose of inviting sha I'resident and Cabinet to be present at the grant railroad eelebration. They wiil wait upon him to-morrow aad it is believed the; wiil accept the invitation. The of United States stock to fjreigaerj, last wei k. wa» wry inconsiderable. The Post Blaster Oeni ral will oniy la" absent for two or three day* for the purpose of meeting his family A Cul-an svmputi.y meeting has been caked in IhiM eity for to morrow night. Of Cuba news there is u./thin » oTli ial Daring Rsblwry on a Stewmbwat. Roi HKSTi:a, August 31. ISM. A moft daring robbery was perpetrated on board tks steamer Northerner, while on her passage from l^whstonto this city, yesterday. The oflice of the clerk was eutered from a aide window, and about five huulred dollars taken ,'rom the drawer The ion was discovured before the boat uiade the lauding, but the robbsra wsrw not detected. Fatal Accidents. Pillt.AOKLFMIS, August 31.8 P M a. C II Parker, engineer of the steamboat Penobscot, bound to Philadelphia, fell overboard last right off < 8 1'jsm li. arh. and was drowned. Mr B beioogod ta Btotkiyn and leaves a wife and four children Patrick Devlin eight years old this afternoon fdl frost the roof cf a new store in Strawberry street and iva# killed. Whig Nomination In Maryland, Ale, Bunmr, August 31, I Sol. The whig convention of the hrst district in Marytaatd met at Biadeni burg yesterday, and re- nominated lUrhaiff T. Bowie, for Conarrrs. One Southern mail got through to night. leaving tiu ut« - t still due. i ARRIVAL OF THE MERLIN. AthliM front St. Tltomns, HriromU, Surinam,nnd Biltlala (>nlai «. The British mail stenmer Meriin. Captain Sampson, M announced ia ye-terday's ffrraM. arrived at this port <m ' Saturday night, (torn St. Thomas and Bermuda dh» left the former place on the ilit, and the latter oa the IT til ult Our correspondence from St. Thomas and Bermuda. tad filtS of the St. Thomas TrJenJr, Bermuda Gatritt, aid Prm>-rara Calatuit, to the late.t dates barn been received. O' R ST. Til I.MAS tORBESPONDINCE Sr Thomas. Aug "JO, 1361. flvnUant orJ Oamag* fa thr Shipping. Our islard was visited with a hurricane on the life Many of the vessels Lying iu our harbor at fen time received more or Iras damage. The brig Was Irrer Captain Movens, froia Boston, with ice aud pruviniM, win driven a here, but she has received no material injury,snd will .-oon be afloat The bngsntin- Mary I tmiy had her etrrn knocked in and the Doraiuieaabri«antloe Libert*! capsurd and >unk. Ail the smalt cratt In the harbor went ashore, but they are all citaat again. OCR ItERM* OA CCRRGSrOMOKNf E. St 0l'.O|l.l;'l, UcHMI It A August tit) llil. of an Finn ic in Sen Captain . Thr Rtpm leJ DtWtianit' Britith SWlin'i. The bark Thomas Prince. Conant, sailed on the TM in»t. for New York TbU vess-l was detained tweatyfovrhours by ord-r o( the Governor. and the Captafch brought on sboie. »n»r leaving the harbor for the paryaan of investigating a rase preferred against bim by an oB err of the 68th regiment, charging him with ailing a* conniving it th- desertion of five soldiers belonging Uthat corps ant which were found on board aid alongaidethe ve -el on the night of the 21st and day ofin-t. After a lerptby easmiuatton of witness's beforethe magistrates, with fno Solicitor General in attendaans* a.- prwecutcr. Captain C. was ac .ultud of haviug anyknowledge whatever of the fact Me very propertynt«:<J. J this Court under protent. The Deniernra Calouid of the 1th ult in speaking of the de-ertiou and rcleBse of Wal.h, the British dasvrtar, says . The proti'otion afforded in Canada to fugitive slave*frt m the t nit-d States, ia being retaliated by encmragwi,...» Si. a .,..» ».i n.oi.i. ..s.iu..- .i.n-! tYcua lh' ir regiment* and ptu over to the dtaiaa.A« it bM Kn dtrl»r< J upon high KnglWh authority thatthe killing c( hi* nint'r by »la*e la ftei tinK- hi* eaeapa,l« oot n.uri«r. or any crime by the 11«* of Cngtand," i*o itUrotlrliM that the robbery committed by the dr.ertar, u»\ing c tl with hi* itjiiu r,t«J clothing and a. n« or takitg the property of bi* <®cer* i« do crime by thalaw* of the rr| ubllc hurt) at lent. i* the argument at tha .Vi1' lii'.Hd u.'./ There ha* teen a judicial d.viaiam opt n the eubjn t, in the en. e of a deaer'er of the mar at Wahh aire*' d by lit* roMtmntlW of the extraditionrtan>r of lire lr>aty The Judge, of ro.iraa, mu*t not be cocfouni*»d with the jouinaltat The latter wffl! It that an Ihi rfeir Florida uw who mordered a Oitlrrn burned a ! welling-be,uae plundered tha lamlly, to neaped to the Babe.nna w re not guilty of aay ei m- berau'e the aota i numerated were all "in< i I -nta!" nrlbrtilif heir liberty: therefore, the miwrable edet.xa« f lit i» all nidltary rlafeiy." caa be guilty of aa .me i u "tern If, In ea-npltig they bring away their arm he or ahoold hxee kicked hi* h >aoc the Mrjor. or i aptein before leaelug. aa a parting roaiplitn.ot a7.4 th* y will hne- the tympelliy and eoacwr.,no t«t <t a t* rtton of the people of the I' itadbtat a If ugtllfa alaeea and military d»*erter* a*a ft lt< iud-d in the treaty ngotUbd by l*orl A'hbn*ton,ifaabia lot Jetip i« aaid ta haee afated her-ftilned 'rem |>np itig to ,m iude deeertcra. beetuae fuftttva Ti e rnid thea hafe been uaioed br Mr Web tee. ih nor- utidof eomplalat on either aide, hut ta a.ft the ilrRbb an Mary aarelr - a aereioe In whtehlit to tab. II i:netl n nmy t>e |iure i eren by one aha M 'ira it a a prhraie.with Amerleaa aiaeery, la whal Hi %t yhae.'l.e -i embrwrrd by the rnn *eptb»a «4 l af the > let JfereU Wa ill e we ,] I -I'M toll that the laeeeuf tha f*utb<ia ftale* Tigumarily remain in bondage * rriiiirr to the fre-|urat dwertinn of BrHl.*h aoUuca, it ta unit* eaay to aeethat they do aot famein n l>to lag' The C ». >' at the lal uii., c- iUui the lalHe-og patag.apa Th Aatei.rni hmk "ton ta. Captain Setly ar- «i > J '«-» * .' n a pa- age <4 fonrte-n daya flroat }( > i» . ti'.«ti fT' ii Ptmera.aUi N. w York and liark ta «t »eh;.ana n »V i » and »ne wliw-h mind 1» I jhl/ "aMfytt ft f«. th- nterpp «injf n ui iJ« «f ths regular traj. r t > >ur p-irt iti» C wV of the :>'h rlt. n»ya . (' tlieUh ar pU»WTa repaired a wet.-oinotifotctnaiH tc iIVior r ce of the cotoa/ la IBo unifal of the foil h lu!»m Hibron. irom Calcutta »IA .4 CwllM IB 1) Hil(mrlng Mi* tart t'llnUf'the wi'brf thou*1* rath** t'i» tiled baa *1111 |*akN h''» aa4 hot» » 1 tar* re'nlr .i^ar *V*.t "1 th* aatntea, ili'r.-for-, i I lie r i« adjac-nt ta town h*»e l**en ta 'rf th-'wlo rraht* Uwar «r a W i'b tii» / a trofiMr«'«»<' Ihoughnag r^ua in *.iti "f th* i i >ay rnntlaaaa ( 1tab'* jo. d '» I iin* that we hea* iwweetaaaiee* iB'yoBtbe CP r PI I'"'era hut that of I law dm tor< AI JJ4 Niai neaaJty a <kU;. w*U a* aagac|uirktp* lufnib Th» following ">w« from Fur.iiaai la tnkea froni tha l|B"f'f|af'f III l^'1 U(' ~~ - by th.liuar narr w hare receded ?>irin» paper* to IV 7th .riant Yiilnw fcnef 4m not appear to hw pi. i' iti-naa- According to a goTerum-at retiarw, i | . than 1OT p'raona lief ia the towa of PfPinatiV)alone ia tbr < u»«e of laat month. Warlr* Arthur. Niw Itt »t r..a tM' INio* Pint* ('near*it . A ferry boat eall-4 the Uowatiua Ha* repentI* hee« ermV'.i1*4 for tht« ai nayany Shr li a »«rf aubataatial boa'. c4 i-Sttc4 up ia a'nasiiaoate atyle, an4 ta*kaa a Ana a.Mtiioo to the alraajy eaatiful laot of ferry hnaU brVfcgUfto th* rrwpany. Alt* waa brought out, bn th*lr»t ti«»* ra Tburrda* laat on which ncpaainn ahe 1« a ttlal trip 4own the bay an I up the North rirei, hnrtag on board the President of the iViapany -iBd atoehhotdrrtand band" on ly decorated with beantifa. ' "f» On I Jay and I'aturdar. the i rnploy .ea of the .uapaay. with th *tf fhalU** werr entertaiocJ. in aaimllar na*i*r« b- atJ of her Kverytbiag waa done by tha Ptu m lent andDireetora to make the cariir«ioB« ai Hioail* aa pnaalMa lo thi irau<ata for tha time bring, and the nfnir on each day pa«e<d «IT »*ry pl*nv»atly fa unite rata»d thlo r. aipany treat ail tbone ia Ihi* eiapioy arcmpaniedh* tlieli haiki. tana annual reiehrwtton af a aunriar kfad Iba (Ipwnn'.i*. w* Iwilera ia intended f*t Ifc? I'Pe* ( fty where ,j,f * k by rta aonfd

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