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New York Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, New York, New YorkNEW YORK HERALD. J1XII GORDON BENNETT, f H0PR1ET0R AND EDITOR. pfics n, w. coknix of fulton amd nassau sts. THK IkllLY llt-K. l l.D, S cents per copy.$7 per ?r& fVEKKI.Y HfJH.1l.D, evert) Saturdiiy. <t b% C«n4> f .r < «(/». or %ilper annum ; tke Unropran Edition W*P*>. annua la any part of Ureal Hntain, u>nI $6 to any f*t alike Continent, bulk to include tke /instate. WOLUNT*dR Y CORHKsrONUHSLK. con.tminino Nf portant new. solicited from any quarter uf tke world;of meed, unlike liberally paid/or. Uu» Toiuo.i Coh»i»fepmoanra abb pahtici'laki v k ,m utlu to ual all f MTTtm ahii to it. JtLL LETTER.S by mail, for Subscriptions, or '* ^Soortisements to be poet paid, or tke pottage will be mdsuted/rom >Ae money remitted. NO NOTICE taken of anonymous communications. MTo do not return tkos' rejected. ^m-F.HTIsf: HEATS renewed every mornmr. ">nu Boiurrvc .re.uUd ill ilk rua/llcjj, cA«OT"if > rntd dttpal. li. TERMS, caak in aJranct. Vthime XVI. .. » * «** amusements this evening. castle gardrn-Nor ra. bowery theatre. Bowmt-thi Eteheld islelt«*TOGood Lvcu. broa PW A v TIIBATRE. BroEdwE*.the Worde*.catEj->a.JlvVoi Nu tin and Old l xieklla. NIBLO's garden, BroEdwEj.Ticht Ron.jockoBui-r a. burton's theatre, Cbimktr* i»r»«e- Not so Bad as we Seem. national theatre, CLsthsm Itmv-w,dow's Tic*ih.(jvee.n Joanna. erougham's ltcicm, Broadwtr -Uscn Tooele. wasted e Wizard.School torn Tiesaa. CHRISti'S minstrels, MnhsilM' Hall,<71 Broadway CnioriAE Miaatrllet. fellows' minstrels. Fallow*' MusieU HaU. N*; 444 Bisadway.ETMioriAE Misitseut: american mu8bum.Ami-air* Fiinieaioii Af4HMMAMD iTBEU*. imiflsr hall.soiekks mi«i«ni. New York, Monday, SeptCMiber I, 1451, WtlRht at lbs Herald lu Wrappsrs, vmli hkeald. ......... ... .......... ix ob Ssctu sheet Herald. ... ... ix °* Ibmls Sheet Herald .. 1 oa. TW Srpltmbrr 8e**loii of the Cuimiion Coiancll.The Conlidilation ot the Chief of Police. '1 be ."Teptomber session of the Common Council pen* this day, when, among other questions, will Ike brought forward the confirmation of the Mayor's nomination of the Chief of Police ; and it is to be hoped that there will be enough of independent and sensible inwn found in the Board of Aldermen to carry the confirmation, aui thus save their body the disgrace of the rabid partisan vote that wad at* tempted to be passed at the close of the last session .when, to accomplish the object, resort was hal, according to report, to theuiost unjustifiable means; so tha,- even a coroner" s inquest on th body of a worthy alderiuan wight have been the consequence and become the titling sequence to the act passed by the last Legislature, upon which an Alderman, in his place, made a pithy and apprupri ate comment,when he said he bad offered at Albany, in view of the lobbying he witnessed, to become the intra, tor to abolish the charter and the Common Council itself, for the sum of five hundred dollars. «o utterly corrupt did be find the men entrusted with the legislation of the Empire State, and the nflh»r« of this great metropolis. What is the reascn assigned for the attempt to get rid of Mr. Matsell 1 Not that he is unfit for his office .col that there is a better or even as good a m an to fill hit place. No, but simply because he is suppose i to be a demo.rat; though curious enough, the demo eratic party regard him with suspicion, and some of them go the length of saying he is a whig, just because he acts impartially in the discharge of his office, and does not favor democrats more than whig*. Ever since he became Chief of Police ho baa kept aloof from all politics, and confried himselfto '.he strict line of his public duty. A ad the reward '.hat some truculent partisans would now render him for his fidelity is, to borrow their own apcetoive term, '-decapitation." To what a pitch of blind fury this factious zeal must drive thors who are influenced by it, when a man occupying tbo respectable position of Alderman Morgans, the President of the Board, and the atting .Mayor in the absence of Mr. King.-land, Could descend from the chair in " hi h he presided, and, leading on the opp-iiion to Mr. Matsell, declare that he had not a tingle fault to find with him.that he had no charge to make or endorse against him.but that it waa tjuite sufficient that the victim «u a democrat . tha' be hid. therefore, no bowels of cutpassisn fur kin, and that the guillotine must do its bloody work, aitd sever his bead from his bod/. How did hejunify this rutblcaa intention of hi« part/, whith wai not carried oat owiug to the integrity and public spirit f »< me of iti memberi, who, like Henry Clay, would prefer to be right rather than obtain an office far tbemeeiree or their party friend!, by a course that conscience, honor, self-respect, and a regard for the public welfare forbade.bow did be jiutify tbo propoeed deci<pitationI Why, by the very beautifullogic, that tbe democrats, at one time, when in power, cut «.II whig beads, right and left, without regard to age o. tending, merit or demerit. L'nieee tbe Prta.d«nt of tbe Board of Aldermen aperovei of this mo* lug down of members of bis own psrty when in office, and bold' that two wrongs make a right, jurt ai two negatives make an affirm Hire, hie argument ie good fur nothing, and ia about the woakest exhibition ever male of himself by any pullu' man due oniy redeeming ^italitj abon: it ia ita candor If there is one thing more than another that it calculated to bring repnblicar sm into contempt ia the eyee ef foreign nations, it is the premium uel 1 at to ;effi« ials to be lasy and corrupt while they are in, ia order to Indemnify the mi tire- when they are eut. Hiring no tcnaro but that of the frail efcaaco of their pert/ remaining in power, their I "good bsbarlur" But weighing so much as the hast n the baiance against the ismence that ute thim oil it tbe eveat of a change, they "maae bay whde the sun rhints," ani corruptionand abas»s are tolerated because they are eijual y pract.scd by b >ib parties in torn It U otor'oue that ear law tre the worst administered a the world; and w«re it not far the material pros pcrity of tbe country, that affords to every man a Mane »f earning a livtiihood without crime, sod for that proverbial lor* t f .aw and or I r that prerailsamong the people themselves, priaging frost aa inherent attachment to our invitations, birn with every American, and imbibed with his mother°e miik. tbeee Unite 1 .stec, "the envy <, ewrooT'dsng nations, a id tbe admiration of '.he wwsld," would become a p.taiem liam, mitesi ( being ( ttrey n ist'pne >i mu i mini'tra ".ion, mere fire fi o® outrage and »tea that) any other sountry ow the feee of tie habitable llv» l«i>2 wr may k< able to miiotain thit proud petition in the scale of natiotu is rery donbt ftil. If tlM tytfcm of ptriy proscription. with iu atteadar.'.trainof t0«.»3linue to Ukr the pla e of public virus end morsii'.y, the xniintmeerf tb« Uwi, ercl : « rigid eaeeitioei of justice,whose prlnetp... »-» u-nh:tng»abls. and are as high «ho party eou-ideratlone el the ararea 1« ' hove tbs earth Tn« Cattl* Dnvrw N»,«4a Wbtt with railroad -aia, .ranibuve -, and drover of cattle runatogat large, the Street of New Yerk arc about aaeafe a« the vicinity of Waterloo «r i'rinoeton while the battle# were goiag on If «r» might adge of the motive* of our m ini p»l .i»th->r«ti from their action*, we should suppose tj*t Se* Tork was afllicted with a surplus population, w il jh it had bceo determined u route wsy to kill off. The meant, it mnst b« confessed, are admirably adapU'l t o the end The increasing reckleseriesi of omnibusand cab drivers, tbc < areless haste with wli h imepie are amputated awl slain upon the niliuait, and thr murderous impunity with whi h h»rds of smitle a.e coniiauaUy Jrivcn through the itrseti render i; aaerioua and emergent danger for people to go abroad. Especially it it a tempting of Pro,rj. deuce for ladies and children to venture irjt0 = treete, and the result must eventually to ^oep theee pretty creatures entirely *ithir, doore. Talk . of the dogs in 'onatantinc-ple, or tho barzardi in JT Charleston ' Why tb'.y are not a circums:anee to the gigantic pest# which afflict the pedeetriaas of New York. The only remedy that ie to be hoped lor is the sanguinary prayer that his Honor the Mayor may be gored by a mad bull, aud half a dvseu aldermen and street inspectors smashed by Al tbe omnibuses. This would bo a severe remedy, but not more severe than the disease is violent. Abcliiion llr'.manity Tlstko..A shirt time S' since, a gentleman named Cre-well died in New Orleans, in possession of several negroes. On open- ^irg bis will it was found that he decreed the freedomof all bis slaves, and directed tb it they should ^be sent to one of the free States; that their names should be registered in court as free persons, no ^longer to be held in bondage; and that his execu- ^ tors bhould appoint some trustworthy man to attendtheir removal to the free States. In accord- J anee with the directions of the deceased, the txecu- ^ tors appointed a gentleman to superinted the removalof the slaves thus emancipated. This agent jinquired of Governor Hunt if there was any ob- ^ stade in the way of his bringing them to the Stat* of New York. Mr. Hunt published that part of the will referring to the request of Mr. Creswell, together with the agent's letter to him on the sab- jjeet, and requested that our philanthropic citizens who are ready to lend a practical a-sistance to the cause of emancipation, by receiving the slaves, ^ and making suitable provision for their employmentaud maintenance, would communicate the fact to the agent, with such information as would aid him in the performance of his trust. This correspondence has been extensively published,and every abolitionist in the State has, no ^doubt, read it. We wonder if any of them will consent to receive these slaves, and put thorn in the way of providing for their own support. Here is a noble chance presented to ls them to put in practice the principles of humanity 0 and philanthrophy which they possess, and which they assert impel them to war against slavery in the ^Southern States. Here is an excellent opportunity for these noisy declaiuners to serve the eauseof hu- 11 inanity. Wc have not heard, however, that any of these worthies have come forward and announced ^their willingness to help these slaves, or to lend their ^ asSittanee in currying into effect the desires of the testator Nor do wc think that they will. Such 0 assistance will, in all probability, be rendered.not ^by these noisy demagogues.but by people who talk Was, but in whose breasts real phiiaathr-phy 0 exists, if Mr-Creswell had not emancipated them, 0 the abolitionists would no doubt be willing to con- t ^tribute both time and money, to stealing them from tbeir owners, towards employing agents to lurk and 0 prowl about their muster's bouse, towards putting a a pistol in the hands of ea h to be used agiinst the ® owner or any other person who might attempt to prevent thciu from escaping, and if they reashed j' the North, towards sending them to the .-now* of 1 Canada, where they become a burden on society, ® and where they are more despised and more degrad- 11 td than they would be if they had remained with tbeir masters. Thi-> would have been a glorio is * feat, and the abolitionists would split their throats in glorifying over it at the next anniversary in the ^ Tabernacle- ! ' Such i- Northern abolitionism. We never yet 1Jknew of one of its advocates giving a v«nt towards purcbas og the freedom of a slave, while they will 8 cntr.bute thousands, and swear on the holy evan- gclisf, in a manner perfectly revolting,in eadeuvor- ^ ing to prevent a fugitive's extradition in accordance with a law of the lind, based upon the constitution w of the 1 nited States, arc! with their duty towards 1 'heir .eilo* citizens in ibe slave holding States. It is a pest, a nuisance, a plague whose c urse all 11 good uien, and ail parties and classes, should aid ' n arresting. It countenances robbery, an 1 justifies murder in the execution of it. It ha* insinuated ' itself into fie politics of the countty, and came ucar destroying this glorious 1 nion, which i* hardly jet secure from the assaults that thee enemies of < law at d oxler have made upon it. And yet the ' two political parties of the North continually co<juet fi with and succumb to this factious, rebellious, and (< anarchical spirit. The Martin Van Burcns on the « ote tide, and the Weeds anl Greeley* on tbe other, J have identi'ed themselves and their parties with it J for the purpose of securing office. But Greeley's philanthropy was so transparent, that eren the * negroes themselves have become di«gu<ted with it, sr.d now repudiate both him and it. Weed's tune is not yet come, but it is not far distant. The s mark will be stripped from him as it hat been from » his co-laborer in New York When this is done, « he will have to rerort to some other " good enough Jj| Morgan " to aid him ia his demagogueis*. Tin Gba*d Calks at rax Watting Plv< . f The grand ball of the season at Newport was given * at the >eean House, in that place, on Friday even- * ing last. W# give an account of it in another n column of this morning s pape It was a very J pretty, a very happy, a very fine affair; in fact it * could hardly Le otherwise, for, aside from the »< dancing, the inetromentation of tbe Germania Mu- * sic si Society furnished an excellent evening's en- £ ;erfai£E:eti. The ball at Newport wa* more no- rt mtrcutly attended than was the c::e given at tiara j*' t ga the week before. The advantage of rich £ dosses wcr, however, on the tide of Saratoga ; perhapstbe latter might be termed the most sel ct Mi psrty it the two, although both were uncxceptionablyret portable, not only in the selection of uiauagets,but also in the character of the participants in n the festivities of the ball room The/He at Newport his closed the fashionable * ou at the Lorth, and before r. fortnight is j-j pssfed the proprietors of mot* of the summer h rtels will be making preparations to close their house! u*itil text Jute There will yet be balls at tome of the watering places near the city; one, we perMi<e,a fancy drew and civic ball, ii to be g'rea at the Path House, L I , on Thursday next. At tbe Virginia '-prirgs, tht visiters are hsrlly disposed to leave so soon There are a large numberof Msi'crs at the sharinondalev\V hite Sulphur, a; i o'her 'plugs, and Wednesday and Thursday ef t jwcci have l»»* n (] gnatcd M the daj* on th which lh« grand tournament and fancy coetume "[ball* ere to cotav off. The knight* h.r* their n t' urrmiocnt on the th.rd, * i«i the !>« II come* JT «.ff on the ertnir g of the fourth The/will, no m doubt. bare a Birr*/ time >f it. Ibi f<wwfck« wbi h can be -jare! frren buni rirg tha uu *r tiri.e. u ly be 'cry happily a d truthfully pa-icd at the eea i!de, at tve »jj-irg», and at the m'untain reeorti. The prinri- topal drawback to th.e *'joja-cnt i* tv* ende* vor on 'he j ar of certain nobhuh pcMf 'e to aetume a controlling, a ditaton*! position. it ii only a * couple if jeara tine* a clique of thi* kiod was ^brok< n up af Newport end Sara* ga Th*ye*rrhd 'heir aeeumpti'ni so f»r that th» y outraged erery in«e of pnpiiety, and tha "on-jytenoe it. waa that re»ve»able people rebelled and refuredany longer to ackn talcdge their rule. Son, another kiaf «f ex«ln*i*encM I* ainumlng form, and will no doubt ioon become obnoxoui to tbe " good tenae of the re*Ment* at the Mm* hotel* 1 bi* new f irm of fiderirHitW i. cottage liring el " any per on* *ho are able to do ">, gi uto trie J e'e elc.iiity of tha large hofcl-i at th water j*g plurta. and purebming a lot, erect a cottage of fl < f.u lent ditat i.doof to accommodate thjir family, ith a ejuire roe m or t»# fff ftieadi Her* theyi»n. .liat* Ike the maimer, aerer haeit ''ing to ae* m the hotel for all porpneer adplearure. I i-rinstan *, i»tl>? C'lne ore r every d.iy, aad promenade ' the J'hell.. Join o the potior dant*S, and, In hort, * - f'trr.e %H th" privil^gee of board rt, eu-p'. Jod/i.ig, )end a * at at table Ar l jet al th- woaejr tha' ,Ilia ! t iffay to "h' ti a/ury of t';* ho'« I, tn-.ogb ,u11' ir 1 hi 1, »ii ii hi... :/ j < ft a i'berry iir, *r a *eg*r .hi i. t»» k g w*a | l.r r.* I'd With ,ey i.y the t< !', *« i t I. it * lrl newgg to be io'i»*«i at iaqj * *r; V »lt. b" POSTSCRIPT. HALF-PAST SIX. A. M ill DAYS LATER FROM EYROPE. ARRIVAL or ins MERiCAM MAIL STEAMSHIP ATLANTIC. The I'nited States mail steam-hip Atlantic, tptain West, arrived this morning at about five clock, making a passage of eleven days ana r. en hours, She left Liverpool at three o'clock on /cine-Jay, *Jthh ult The cotton market was very firm. The sties on ie l'Jth amounted to s.wu oaies, .»,uuu oi wmcn ere for speculation and export. The market was illy one-eighth dearer than at the departure of the ist steamer. Pernams were selling at 6d.; Bahais nd Maeeios, 6Jd. a Egyptains 5Jd. a (>>d.; urats, 2,'d. a 3^1. Imports since, 35.1(12 ales. Gold is about the same price in London as in 'aiis, and 0 21) per cent dearer in London than in lamburg. The exchange between England and America is omiDally 0.ti7 per cent in favor of England, leaving small profit en the importation of gold from the 'nited .-dates. The shipments of epecie for India y thetteimer Pottinge-r amounted to £108,200. be greater £nrt was in silver. £58,300 being for Sombay, and £32,tiOU for ' aicutta.the remainder ras destined for Singapore and Hong Kong. Pabis Bovrsk, August 18. -Fives, !)5f. 75c.; 'hyes, 57f. 35c. The meeting of the .Spanish bondholder, held estcrday, the 17th, was very thinly attended. It 'as ultmately postponed, there being no ether al;rnativc. Severe censure was of course cast upon the Spanfaministry, by some of the speakers, for cordis atirg property. Advices from Madrid to August 13, state that the -punish government have received accounts frotr lav ana to the 17th ult., in which no mention waj aade of the insurrection said to have broken ou< ,t Puerto Principe on the 5th. The number of persona who visited the Crysta 'alace,yesterday, amounted t> >7,0">O persons, ant he receipts amounted to X"2,7«S 7. It has been de ided, by the commissioners, that the building «hal lose on Saturday, October 11. A meeting of thi .'ominissieners will be held at the Crystal Palaci n Wednesday, October 15, to receive the report f the several juries, &c. On this occasion, the at enhance of the exhibitors, the jurors, and thi crcign and local commissioners, and the member; f the local committees, is required. Immediately ftcr the close of their proceedings, leave will bi iven to exhibitors to remove their goods. The reports of the juries, and the names of thi ersons receiving prizes, will afterwards be pub shed in the London Gazette. Medils will also bi iven to the juries.the foreign and local eon lissioners. the chairman, treasurer, and secre ary of the local committees, and other person rho have rendered services, accompanied by a cer ificatc and a copy of the reports of the juries ill the memorials will be presented simultaneously ut no date is yet iixed. The King of ltemnark had a narrow cscaj*? oi lie 11th. The horses of bis carriage took frigh nd ran away, but were stopj>ed in time to proven ny injury to his Majesty. The carriage was ren ercd u-eless. The Ei-enwnunt contains an address frotn up anls ol fifty Knglish journals, t> I harles Hugo n the occasioa of his impriionuien*. for an articli gainst the punishment of death. Tney express i strong latguuge. the sympathy they feel for hi esitien. KOYAI. YACHT .S.I-ADRON..The cirtor *aA -v Jiaechiitite, won Her Majeaty'a eii|> »t Cower* ye* ftduy. Lt* I rt Ool Cur * Am.. 19 . There waa ,i lar,pIrpUy f mi v.plm nt" wheat and flour nt onr com abar p- this morning, >0(1 having numerous liajtri nth ti *n aoil country. thiy Were enabled to mtb atiefai tnry pvrcb&nee of wheat and flour, at % derlio* r. in tli- days* might of id to !iil. pi-r bu>bal oo th outer. and Od to la f»r bid. on tin- secondary qu*liti<"f American and Hana iian flour Print*- brand* of Hour rare no! Iiw*r New whita oat* declined 2J and blackd. per bu.-btl New oatm*-al wa* in good mquoat. at full r.ira llarley. beans. p< aa and Indian ooru. were eaeliiorhaO|{*dtn Talue After mar kit a few tboj-and barrel* of the Inf rlor nd hia'.id Ameriean flour w*n aid! by auction at price*aryirg frara lb* td to 17a l*d per baml Annexed ure the pab-khoera by thk Atlantic. INor Ri< bardt-'< Mr* John Rularmen. Mm II at Mr* uljlvao, Mrao-I Mra Heath, M isa « .ira.n Mn Mi*r>, Mia*lai nagan. Mr* t. lienrv. Mr and Vr» K It Dnlaay, 2 childit ita Janti n Mr ileal rt, Mr Fin n. Mi i.aii&eld, N ulltran, Mr and Mr* <-fvnit.lira Bartrai. Misa M H Mr M Mr- 1 :trrd !*| - ocrr Mr at bn H II airy, i lid and tlirnd, N C l-arrl-.ail Mrleaitt. W It lima ,1 r» W 11. v r Jam- .* J Va' it*o rnIrCarwn. Mlaipa. K. i Mr H»i «r. Mru-.l Mri H I' lornn D l.r»\,tt and lad* MiiaPtott VrM i ar and Ir* M I I*alt I* v i..1 .' r. Or «.r- «t I>r Din ia.-i, D raettt, Jr. Mraait Mra E Lenrltt. Mr and Mr.* A b .s"»|d«Ir M< Mur ia, J A II' ikinr. K M Ri. ard i, Mr l otMr aa Ippa, Mr and .Mra H Snencrr. Mr an Mr* J Meet*, aliaa aiikan. Mlaa Brltton, I) Merle, Jr. Mr llvatimra, Mr aidIr* II Mi.riWood. I. K Sihar :l* r, Lr IV liil>l*a, Mr and Mr.*II Applrton. *' T Ib rne, J I; Rathbonr, Mr Bhepl.ard. r Mi* uHour>i. Mr and Mr» <1 (.'heatrrni'in, Mr Vanderrvro, rHiidaun. ifu Irlah i.".tnedlan, Mra W'arr-n Mia John* in. Hun* and Madame Thill..n. Mr Uordon, A Burnett, r Ikaiarr, Mr Wilkin*. Mr Johneoo, Mr CT.aioiiin. Mr Lnm mbr. Or Pelt*. Mr MrLacI Ian. Mr Wrldo. Mr aad MraI nam. Mr and Mra J If J.aiup. Mr and Mri i! B Tallinn and r.aat. Mr G Sfore A Brot era. Mr fcroai*. Mr Willi*, ridirn fl-iairt. E**i, J K Munaell, J Rich, J It Fl«ni>a<<n. >» Iir Marraj. J M Joboh, K K Edward*, Mr Brrwater. ADonald, Mr flray. S B M ilitary. K I) * da. Mr T .pplor.Y Jeak'r Mr and MraTBrl'. Mr- -in.t'i an t err ant *'l^mbrth. H R Grant. J A Sanborn J U C'erron. Cr M r. IV Mr Pn iiiice. T Jelinma. J A Rnntia.- R lllaachard and « learned difa BCTnaawi I F AC n Jel.n Fr«er. r b'All an V r Keenan, W II t ...In- II * I' pe. i B I n n nt«. Mra » arm r (Traantian). Mr t ertu- m 11- rd. Mr ntil anrli. R F i-mfe. Mr andr- wa. Mr IInaitd,r< y. Mr Aprti.nIt ( rim, Miaa Lwtro. Mr < ntt and a. T Y Ire- Mr -ena. J A Wrlkell. Mr Crnrean. Mrkina'p, I>r Ni rwnnd,I llaVer. 0 II Ta)|iir, J Trow. < C JciUan I » n-.n i Bakir C II WllmtrdlaR. til)- Intelligence. tc (o>nir-9iomkb* or kmmratio* ano tmk committrkor 1iic lioimartx# Tt« rommiltre appointed by the l.egialature to lh«|tiire to tbe cbnrf?<-« pr< foncd again-t the CommiMionera of nuraui n are bo|Jing tk»T »« ret atil o*»outlrR their inwatl?*tlon with el-»cd dnore, In Wall r-»t W e baae learn d that the j pr. l-d to Ward'* iacd lart we. k to examine thi ful In there id to Bake tome im.ulrlea*ary to their rep >rt; >t la tinted. and it la lather rurtou* If it I- tru thit e Ward ta of the Itland bad ju«t made hi* departure a » hour* r *e a .uipped with a tr*T>.:;ug ** m l iia erraped to rtamination It raid the 'emniiiue e leo. ti .ru imp .riantf. nnali. h wtl. h wonld tbr w e me ligbte upon be «< eta'fthe pilen ||< u«e If ti.i r on lt'r; rmlly do >1 dktpoted w Ret at tbe truth Of all the ahueee and cor ttu ne that are perpetrated In thi* Inetttutlon. th< y uld do weii to tmn'b«lr rtepa towa'da tbe int'gratit tying b(u-e III I anal etreet. tlrang- etoriaa being told , u oiape it ny the mmiewti uera of i m'yratl >n It ia t- be hop. d they|Te ii..,ai-i d into the ir. tt.dit.y of the p nt n. li. .1 at>D Mi' pled Ward te and. tbe wbde truth trie cut. abonder may aulf'T bp It. Iliaobly-u t'ltjr liitolll«eine. Jlotyroir Sit at »r o» «a I*a«ar.\ e.ter l. y morning, a* wly t. ra itiimit at- f und d- »d In the wo. ant Iota hind the new factory in Columbia atr«et. eorner of Ue law pbw-e. It war roth J up In a wnrdbm ahawl. and ia b'WTildy mutilated There can lie no doubt that e infant waa murdi rid It wae found < on ealed uii'mi e weeda f'rowde Of piffle Rutin r I arm od It JuriOR e f. rem- n when It waa removed by tbe police to await e Oononer'a in.|ii*»t. The (Ipira ut C'aetle Harden, Rme <ie Vrtew. the relet,rated prima donna of the heroic hu I if the lyile drama will u.ake w r firat appearancehrtmalbie eeenln* Much curWwity haa been tIliadby tl e highly fayotahle rep,.rta wh'eh have been unit l»t trlumpba at tbe reheareai on Saturday, andthe re put at t« f tbe yoealirt at New Otlenn*. wliere e I ae captivated that nrueiral city by her latent'. an Iheld lie b Rhe«t J. 'Ilion Man i.ek haa RCtel with eat liberality in enterlbR Into another cXfei.ilTt an><h.efct t« at tl.e cloee of bia eiadbti; aol It.' lobe ,id that he n ay make the »p. n utl- n a prvi'tabte e We do rot nbt that, the a idtencea will b vny ' ye Pa the well known talent* of Ro»e » Vtl-a caaabtil to i < i,.n end attention from *11 tl who hey are .1 mrjeri al tale .Nntrja" Will le- pr'd -Ifrthet t rr e thla .1 a-« n. and w|i h a ?erj y »e;'i|| ea't, inMlfR I'rtllbl Mar,1.1 and iv tint It Will ha re freak.r'ohaar'te beautlfnl rnt el'- one-, m ». auatain. d byehattbfe and by a vocally', of o pest fpiu'eti In e i"f N'tr a We he pr.-par d for an ut). ootniyIbteri >t rr til- rtaloiiient Mar r-* ler* at e.d Kerrey y, ani oti.. r j > , . ... .v, ;i *. I ed t. ;«»'» 'j* a i".'" r i..<it FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE. Th« Grand Drcu Ball at Bewyart.ClMlnfl ft'et. a> ik« Scataon at tUc X.rtb, Tbe aecond grand dreaa ball of tb« season oamn off ai tbe Ocean House, Newport, on Friday evening last, ju.i cne week after the grand ball at 8amt>.a. But littk time «h consumed by committees in making prepara tions, in fact, tbe first meeting of tbe visiters wee no beld until Tuesday afternoon, when they unanimou-1; resolved to hare a grand dress ball on tbe evening of tb I '-<jtb. A. »oon aa tbe day waa appofuted. tbe visiters a tbe Ocean Uoum, who proposed to join in the iVatiritie oi tbe occasion, a 'dressed themselves at once to tbe tie! of preparation. Aa usual, tbe ball waa talked of in ai tbe parlor, at table, among knota of friendi and by tbe young men ever their sherry cobblers an< mint julep* at the bar. There were etine who advocate a ccetume bail; but aa it had been decided not to dreinfane; garb*, the subject soon dropped, and instead c the query what costume do you intend to wear it wh changed to "how are you going to dress All seeae determined on having a good time, and making it indeet agTundbali. The tickets for gentlemen were to be sol for f 5. and the immediate direction of the ball was to t entrusted to the following gentlemen FLOOR COMF1] (Til Gould Hoyt, C Laiglit, Walter C. Barclay, Carrol luckcr, U. ID; an ScboU, CI,as. luyart, C. Be Kl.siu, J. Cunningham, 11. llallett, Mr Milliyiin, Mr. Kitohie, Mr Fiske, Fr«d. tears, Mr. Uiqnhart, J. W. Brunt, G.Ludlow. F. Grail, Major Pitman, Dr. Henry. Jol.nS. Wright, Charles A. Vaczxnt Cel. W. B. Lawrence. This committee wore to be distinguished by whit badges. The following managers wore a blue badge, and cor stituted a COMMITTEE OK F C01C. Washington Cottar, Walter Barclay, B. C. Ward, J. U. B. LatroVo. There was, also, a committee ol reception.the men hers of which, wore yellow badges.and the generi c( mmiltte <f management wore a red ribbon, as ami: of distinction. The tiermania band were engaged to furnish music f< the occasion, accruing to the following ruciisME OK DaKck'a: 1 Promvrade, Gipsy March, B-.rgmann.2 t'uaurille, Ferdinands, Siraasa. .5 I cits, Love, Achat Krach, Berginann. 4 yuadrille, Martha. Htrauss. .'> Waltz, Hayaof IIopu, Lancer. 6 Quadrille, Louiaen. Btrausa. 7 bchcttiach, KUtidradatsch, t yuacmie, Homage, Strauss. »Polka. Sylph, Tbtede. 10 ifuadrtlle. » itbo.t title. Strauss, l )1 i olka redowa, Fancy Bell, Bergmann. Supper, intermission "J Jvrty minutes. 12 t,'uadriiic, Charivar., Strausa. i Id Waltz, Evening Star, l.anner. 14 t.'uadrille, El liurado, Strauss. 15 s.hott'fch, Keve d'Amour, Hclmsmu'.ler. 16 i.'ukdrille, Haute voice, Strauss.1 17 Polka, I'pper Ten, /.srrahn. i Is *2iia«irille. Pick-pocket, Cucent. la Y» altz, Auelaideu, Strauss. to ytiadrille. SouvunirdelcarnivalStrauss. 21 Folks, Etettr, Strauss. Thus the preliminariee were arranged, and on Thur 3 day Mr. Weaver commenced making preparations ft e the next night. The dining room being larger than tl i ballroom « as appropriated lor dancing, and the ball roo proper was made to answer for a supper room. In ord. b to produce the necessary quantity of light, the dinir s room was ornamented by eight arches and ten ornaiuet y tal columns, which were all rurmountid by wax candle , to the number of nearly bOO. besides which, were twelt magnificent chandeliers, each compysedof a number globe lamps. The parage way between the main buil. ing anil the building know i as the Colony, was fence in to keep lb- rabble from intruding upon the prcmisi9 in the evening, and the platform and entry of the Ci lony was hai.d«omi:ly carpeted. Tea was disposed of an car'y hour, the tables removed, the candles and lam; i lighted and the floor properly pr. pared for dancing At half-]aat nine o'clock, the band etru:k up the flr air named on the programme and the company b-gtn an.-i mblc and join in the promenade. They kept comin by dozens and by scores, until there were so many i 1 the tocm that even the friendt of the ball w.ts surpris-v t and yet there w< re many who did t wbo (to- d nearly all the eve ling outside the doors feasi ing their eyes upon the scene within, but refusing to pi troube the ball to the extent if f i, which was the pric of ticket*. When the whole company had assemble! there whs prejent'-d a really magnificent al^ht. Tj csrdlee pla> td on the ar.-he- and columns sparkled an ' twinkliU. until by a sing ilar illusion, tacy s«em d to t8 dancing in joy; their nu nb* rs were magnified to th >i rands aLd not one bright twinkler seeuud to'b- out * place. The ladies were dressed Tery prettily; perhap-tl * dresses were tot i,ulte so rich as Uiose woru by the Itdie* at the Saratoga ball; but there whs a greater vanet oftnatirial in the dresses, and a greater number1 beautiful wtarsrs; Indeed theie were so many realdonning fkee* and graceful fonus in the root that no (election of belles could be made. Tnei w»rc a »b( ! string ot l/elles on the floor, and it woui l ave la-en invidious to name way one in particular; tbei was -on." talk of nomin iting Mrs Coleman of Cincu i nati. and r.ll sdmitti d lu r claim to b.s good; hr grac tul form, her rub, well titling drees of white satin, tt * single rw which she wore with so much grace lu hs * bsir; her sprightly. Jit wdl chosen conversations, a c ii'pirel to make Mrs. C. en ogject of general stirslion; but there Were othsr Claimants for th) belle wj.-atl., there wi re several young brides of beauty, au m-vi rsl unmarried ladies, with many admirers; aiaon the yung n>arried Udies. Mrs Messeroia would probablhive anied oil the wn ath, for her modest deiucanoi h«r rial personal attraction*, aud her natural goodaeofheart, vere kui wn to n.auy. and appreciate! by a to wh< m t' ey were known Among the tnUses ther w. r« a number of favorites Kor ic tunre. Miss C. Scot Mi«*.larvis and Ml*s 8t< ne, of N Y .a charming younlady The result was, that all present agreed to valu the various rliaims in the aggregate and not distinguis personally. We give the mines of some of the ladis ebe wh-re, conspicuous In the ball room We may hiv omitted Si n e rami's that deserve a place in this list buif so the omission is not intentional Mrs Barclay, of V Y..formerly Miss Dou. las wn al tired in a magnificent satin dre.s. of slate color, richl Soured; ehe scctxrd to have a large number of friends i the room Madame W. Boui-h-U- vr* present, drrssel in ric'figured satin dress, wl h fl --.l ces corresponding In riot nets. Mrs Coleman, of Cincinnati wore a white satin drei faultlessly made; a stogie white rose decorated her ha) which was handsomely put up. Miss Chase, of Boston, wore a whit* dre. s, of hand mi s material, wilh seven ftouacas; on her head was wreath if flowers; her figure is tall, and well borne Mrs. Chiekertng of Boston, wore a TtrlUn mu»lldress, the skirt of whi h was made up with eleven bandwroughtin h'.nilsot ly; on b'-r head ehe w ire a ver;hsnil'-oiiie ornament ol bla. k vilret. with two streamer' Mrs tlapp. of U js;i n. wore a beautiful pink silk drcai < and a bead ilreea of point la"e. Miaa Clinton. of New ti.ik. wa» present. droasel it rim, » riunn. jiuiij I." niu ; *|>r«n oi piai *'lk; the L J. a* (he always ha- many fri -nd- aroundh»r. Mir* '"aid well of Noith Carolina. ap[ ».-ed !n a hlj» riik d " i a wreath of r *e* ornanent'-d h-r h"ad. She la baudionio anil grac< ful in the danc" aid wait*. Mi* Dc it it Clinton, now ijalt* a t in years, wa< pr< s« c'. for mi hour daring the early p.irt of the en ning ai d wa* the < of good dn| of attention on Us pariif the gent''men, ee.n- of whom had ie-11 p-r-<.n»i fii'-nd* of her second hu<ban<l. Hhe nut treated a* dMinpui<h*d guest. Ml** < iunutrghun of Sew York, ws* attired in a whit< dr»t«, *f rich material flower-d with laee. Mix Carter wore a corn colored satin dreee Mrs. W Cert- r. dress of blue (ilk, wtth a train trimuiid on ach ride with a breadth of Brmuwl* lactesddroMof pink llcwer* and lace. It was one of b hsLd" m-ft dre»s» < In the room, and war worn with muol di'inity. Mrs Dougls#, wife of aato- Dougla-, was dr< ««»d in white brrend* drrs*. trimmed with lac* and llower* bead dr**« of gold and laen. Mo* Detenu*. of Sew Ilt>r« n. wore a white satin dree< wilh a e-.-slU of f*.,w. r* .m< Miss Duller, of Baltimore, waa attired in a white satii dre*.<. trtrr m d with p«a-l.« Mil* Fall nlelphla. wora a pink sa*in Jre«« *L!rt wnrt red with whit* la *. Mb* hi* be* of Car ton, appeared in a beautiful whit B.u-lir. drer*. triiumed with 'p*ngle*.eery tb-ii. Miss (Jetting*, rf lUltimir*. w»* praaent in a whit sptm 'r»-*. trimmed with point laee.beautiful Mr Col (l»t<* of Newport, wore a drea* of white rnu lilt d with >atin Mr F J. (irund, of Washington Cily, wore a red *i> dn with a Mara ground and red figure It*I-n hwtira Olbb*. of hiw York, waa attired io a pinl dre .».r. d with la«e, head dres* of Hike* of the talley Mi** Clara Hoffmen, tf Baltimore, wore a blue **tii dr< *»,cr T, red with white lace, Mh* Llaale ll"ffman of Baltimore, wore a white milllndreei. e we red with »pott*d laee Mis* liolhroik. of Beaton, tra* drrared in white.eer; pretty. Mis* Ilof t, rf Sew York, wore a oink silk dre**, corn Iyrc. d f to."' *kir'e of plr.k lci*e - head dre** of rune* Mir* ifaliy Jartii.of Mlddlatown, Conner tic ut. won a while >i|k rife * with three flounce* of point l»ie IIIid dre** rf whit* w*ter lilir* and diamond*.haii wrnofa (Jiaek CUte. Biie arried seteral bote He* Ml** Kliiabeth Jarrt* wore a rich white silk dr>> < wltl lelee fl'urce*; wreath of white cape jasmine* in her haii . rich f racrlet of diamond' and enamel. The two Mi"** f.adJ of Washington. w< re present one drr«e*d in a b«au'iful white dre** the other tc drrs* of white ground, wilh dote of black- both pretty »r>d attr*clire Mr* Ladle*, of Cincinnati a stately figure, wore « while silk dr"«*. wilh train. dres* trimmed with pjiiil lare. carried in her hand princi ly bouquet. Mrs J. V Must role appeared in a white brocade dm*' .bertha of late, diamond ornam-nts, head dre** el ratuial flower* tihe l>orc two bouquet* in her hand.* arnl ranrtd many eapremion* of admiration. >| Meed*. <f N w York, wore a rery pretty whits m i lin tintr trlnimsd with red ribbone-rery pretty, Ml** Midd!< lor wore a dres* of blue figured Mlk. Mb* St l*on. of N'trYork wore a pink *ilk dre** with a*i r rirdrc* of pink leise; Are flounce*, each flounci tn.uim'd wilh pink ribbons l*xyu«f <U untagr of pink f rat't"p*; beautiful head dr> «e.pretty. Mr* Jea-ral " f'onn»ll. i,f Baltimore, appeared in tk' \ s.l rot m attirs d in a dr*s* if whit* aiik, trimmed with I ink « *. t M.-r s!<g<» p'ik. ofT*nr*»"e, wire » itmvn eoi<r..d siJk dresft, with three aouhom. This lady *u mu-h srught by gentlemen fond of conversation. She ishandsome, and converse* well. [ Miss Poje, of Mobile, was an object of much admiration.fib* wore a drees of white satin, trimmed with a heavy triage around the Beck; bair neatly ornamented.1 Miss Prince, of Albany, dressed In white tarlton t muslin. 9 Miss Prince, of New York, in a pink corded dress.Mrs. Colonel Scott, daughter of Qeneral Scott, was present, attired in a dress or pink plaid silk, t Mies Camilla Scott, also a daughter of General Scott, , was dressed in a plain white mualtn dre'*. with deep flounces Both Miss Scott and her lister received a great8 deal of attention t Miss Saiters, of New York, was present, wearing a rich s drees of pink satin, with figured lace. , J ill's Seymour, of New York, wore a corn colored tatin* dress. 1 Miss Snelling, of Boston, dressed in white muslin, emIbroidered in orange color.I Mrs. Colonel Sunford, of Georgia, wore a beautiful white dress, with ornaments of diamonds, il Mrs Seymour, of New York, wore a pink figured silk. « Miss bailie Ten nan t, of Philadelphia, wore a dress ol .1 .ilk . ......... i i . it. -....ft. j.,,, Mrs. James Teunant, of Philadelphia. was attired In a is pink Slid nii ln striped bilk. very rich. Mrs. Tonnaul j always has a host of friends about bur. as she bad on . this occafion. i Miss Rebeca Taylor, daughter of Oolcnel Taylor. U. 8. J A , and niece of the lata President, wore a white satin ,e dress ooyered with lace, flounced; she also wore a string of pearls aBd a diamond cross. Mies Vanzandt, of New York, was dressed in a pink silk dress, with seven flounces of pink crape; hair dressed a la pompadour, wreath, and bouquet de corsage of variegatedflowers. She was very pretty, and ber purticul&i friends insisted on calling her the belle of the evening. Miss Winthrop. of New York, was drersed in a whits crape dress, wnh three skirts, blue bows on each shoulder; danctd very prettily. Another Miss Winthrop, of New York, was attired is e pink satin, covered with pink Swiss muslin. Miss llllen Ward, of Baltimore, wore a dress of bins satin, trimmed with flowers. Miss Julia Ward, her sis ter. wore u dress of plain white muslin. The society 01the Misses Ward is always sought by many friends wbt know their worth. Mrs. Ward, the mother of thest yourg ladies, was also present part of the evening. Miss Kllen Woodbury, of Portsmouth, N. II., wore t »- dress of corn coloreiL satin, covered with laee ; a rid nl necklace, She carried atout with ber at least half i dozen large bouquets, which were presented to her bj different frieDds. Mrs. J. 11. Welch, of Boston, appeared in a splemlii )r drers of white watered silk ber hair tastefully, but profu.-«ly. on umented with pearls; a diamond clasp Miss Wright, of Baltimore, wore a light ugured silldress.very rich. Miss W. is very handsome. Mrs. John 0. Wright, of Baltimore, was present, indress of kluu silk. Mrs. ion. ii a dress of figured tarlatan muslin, with satin waist three flounces, worked in red Miss Winchester, of Baltimore, wore two skirts c white tulle over white silk, looped up at side, with reaflowers. Miss Mary Ilyslnp did not enter the ball room, as ehhas lately lost some near relative. She, however, enteitained some friends outside, and dressed for this occasio;in a dress of white tarlatan, flounced to the waist witl tulle. flounces pointed with lilau. She was called " ttbelle outside." We have thus given the name! of tho ladies who wer conspicuous on the occasion of the ball. We have rare); seen the same number of ladies congregated where silarge a proportionate number were entitled to he eatleibeautiful. There was a profusion of bouqut ts in th< s- room which had for the time being, the odor of a flowui calden The folldwinis i,u,.M,.n,..n u,...... n.»M,n of the ball, and most of thi m were in the room:.III " 1 xcelleiny Got. W. B. ImMW,X. I His Ex.-uileoc]i m. Defaruges, Minister from France; Ilia Excellency 41 r Calderen Do la Rarca. Minister from Spaiu; lion. t). ADouglas. Illinois; lion Charles 8umn«r, Muss ; lion 'K George G. King. It. I.; Gommcdoru Morris. U 3 N\; Col J- Gates, U. S. A.j Colonel Scott, U. S. A ; CapUliGlen, U. S. N ; Major Sherman. U. S. A lion George liar,.-roll. Maw York ; Hon. Robert C '* Winrhiop. Ma**.; M. 1' l'lllmore, Washington: Ilonr; of A. Middii ion. South Carolina; William llaber.-hain. Ga j. Col. W. II. Ilallctt, Ala.; lion. 1". 8 Lyon, do; Dr. Calboun. Mi-*.; Copt. It 1". Stockton. New Jersey; WmTrijubait. La.; Co) W. 8. Wetmore, New York; Charlei sa Del;ham do.; Atty. Gen II. U. Stansbury. Ohio; Col. J j. 1'refcott Hull. N. Y.; W, Jouea. Florida; J. If. B. Latrobe. Baltimore; Btnj. A Jama, Kentucky: Jchn Wlt C« l' lnan. Cincinnati; W. O'.Kay, Miaaouri; Col. A. J >s Polk. Term-i-Ree; Gun. Hamilton, Texas; Conway Robin on. Ya Julius I'ringl", Charleston; Mott .Middleton. do Arthur Middle-ton, do. ; Them. I'liiiimy. Havana. J asThomson. do B C. Wurd. lialtim >re. otbo il. Williams ;o co. L. Getting*. do. W. II. D. C. I> light. Uallimore. F ,2 W. Bruno, do F red. Graff, do.: Jas. 'lVnnont. Philadelphia;J. f. De Havilland. do,; C. Carrol Tucker, do OQ Bryan fchott. do ; Col. Davenport, do. ; Messrs Wallaei1. uud Drayton, do.; J 8 Wtight. Brazil; Wa-hiogton Co.-tar tf New York, Walter Barclay, do ; Charles Clinton, doJohn Jay do ; Kil»*iU Laight. do ; Gould Huyt. do.^ Fr<d Gii-taid, do Stephen ISrush, do ; Col. IV. U Lawi- rente. d«; Chus A.Bri-ted. do; Charles A. \aniendt j do , Col 8. A. Wlllouglby, do., J. V. Meserole do.; Cliarlei1. Woodbury, Boston. John II. Welch, do., Alieyn Otis '> do.; C. B llajmond. do.; II Ilallett. do ; J. Cunninghamllj do Mr. llltchie. do.. 1 red Seats, do ; tjutncy Sbuw. do '' J.I'urtis do ; Messrs. MiUigan. and Flake, New liilewna; WW Duoniiant. Richmond Mr Jarvts, Middletown ? x't Wiggtna, Ctncicnatl Charles luyurt. do Geo. Ludlow '* do Charles t.unlot. do. ; F. J. Uruud. WashingtonRobert Walsh, do.; A. Fedelford. Savannah ; W. llaber shi m. Georgia; C. S Arnold, do J. C. Ford. Louisville v Major I'lluian. Rhode Island It. M. Sher ^ man, fan Fraseleco; Wilson McJuulgle, Ciltciy States Navy ; Mr Geo. M. Gay, of TreuionlHouse. Boston, Mr. J no. D Olmsted, al..o of Treraml * 11 L>u.«e. Boston; Mr. Meade, daguerreotypist. of New York '* Wm. T Parker of Boston: B Weaver. Newport; MrCtoger, J C Wright Mr Welch. J. W. Coleman, \V It ' Lawrence, Jr, Isaac Lawrenoe, W. II. King. Mr LyforJB C.Ward A Kobeeon, Jr , P. F. De l.aodie, ex consul frt m Hordoras; Lieut .Morris, sou of the poet; Majot ,r Pitman. J F Marsh, ol the Huston Btr: Mr. Clapp. f >T nierly of the Bo,tut. B. (htsrlli; Mr Sayles, of tbi/Yen,/me; Pott Mr. Wright, of Baltimore Mr PblnneyC. L. Wtoebury, Col Saaford. Capt Glynn U. 8. Navy ' Mr. fuelling, Mr. Jairls. It. M. Sbeiman. of San FYau*rifco. Mr Fee-Serpent Bucbeller Mr Harvey. Mr. Hubyhard. Mr Haviland. Mr Lathrop r' "Kings movid iff w-11 in the ball-room Thireweri M one »r two unpleasant occurrences, but they caused nu " important lnterru| lion In the enjoyments of the evening " In one instance, a couple of fellows got to ttghting outLside tke house and one of the combatant gutting the < worst of the affair, set up a cry of fire. This reached the® ball-rc< m. and for a moment eaused a little alarm, but ' all was si i n i|uh-t again, till two guulhunen. participant!a In the ei ytneuts of tbe evening, got Into a i|iiarrel and e strui k tan or ihn-v blows at each itbi-r. fa h leaving bud mark upon his opponeut'a countenance. This disturban-e was also sown -jrlet- d and the dancing proceededtill half pa-t twelve o'clock, when the coinpauy left lbsy dancirg .ilc-on for the supper room where a table bail u been set«ut the full lenclh of the had This tatle wasliterally piled full o( the cboicsst kin i of food, and Oruahmenti a iu a styK highly creditable to the cooks ami ornai-mentirs A tn>og the ornamented c i-lis ol hi ned turkey were two which were eaps dally i n-dllable The first » as ' a swan, and the second a boar's head, both peilectljr shspid and han.homely eoverid with eonfu 'tlonery; bestdis. there Were temples, fountains, and other cholc* ' pieces;and In the eeutre was placed a pyramid of ttoweri and mors pre; irid by Mr. Oalrin the llorlatof NewportThe armv of writers. und-T the direction of Messrs McnBride and Delnp. the head wait r of he bouse, deserve every rredit fir the manner in whirb they performed1 thiirduti - fir. Darling, the steward was everywherepresent, and the wine whi-hhn fiirnlahod on thiroccasicnwas excellent In fact, everything was in lt» place end every duty was w»ll peti' .rm- d. The Suppi r foUii-J * a first-rale market The following is the[ 1MU i)F FAKK. ' oitrras,8tew-d, fried, escailcV I o^u^ic'ni. I lure do Sangbar. a la Kraun-aiae tlalan'ire de ftinden ri» Socle. >'n Pyramid* .1 la Die Jo Mnntetrwllo. Janb- n do l.j jon no, * la l)«thnrbi -y,Galantine do 8'gae »ur k> lr la 1'nriaimne,1 Laogue do B», it ill Rothiol I1 Mayoiia'ie 1« Y< iailloa on 8urprie*rr.d'tlonmard enOcH**,llulti*a «n Oeliee. IVPUr. Charlotte do Bum*. IVa-hoo, Almeida, Raialna 'a After due attention hud boon paid to tbo npp»r trhle, j tbo e< mpany return- d to th» ball room and r-m wej thodancing, vbi< b waa Kept up till nearly tc-nr orlor h. ThoL »-rd<t 'I r pre|IOMM waa at length roachrJ, and tMda terra d< parti <1. aom far tholr noon and 00100 to take ' the fire air. Au nn llent oupper waa prrparod forth* n.:inof.i-ro. and a good number of thorn, with oral invitedgunt», now paid their attention to It. Wood -ik,ploti r *i,d «th vivUlitloe potfoimrd for a conalderable time, after which p pert of there pro00at at the manager 11 table Wont to bed; another (art of them ordered roaeheg and .darted on a g jr nriu 7 to 1ha tea hou.«e On tholr return, thoy atopp-d at the beach and took a good bath, which enabled th-m to artri rd comfortably In tbo il utter of tho day.Mr Weaver. tbo proprietor of the Ocean II >u*e doIje*rvea gr«at rrrdlt lor tho enterpriae h exhibited ingiving thin ball, a It lie it wan yet an fiperiinent a* to I »In Ihot It would jay or not Tho event prw,over. (1#l bla b ardiri wore willing tn it not by Mm u 1 hoy did ti -tain hlin AU wont oil well Tlniem notaeineivone". ni contimptiblo ell'iubm nothing to pre.vt tit t ho hall being a good one; it wu ao. Tber* were about l.'O gentlemen attend ml*, and a very largenumWtflvdiea it war a t,ay and j'you.v time and will bo re'nomterod with poarant fweoHMtloM till another year ti tru e round, and a new ball taki-a tho place of this uiwOn Saturday 1 n oir g quite a number of tho late |ii->«-g . at theOrian flotieo cam* from Newport to New York onboard tho etoemer Hay State Captain Hrown wae a- acfr< mmodallag aa eri-r ; and tM ugh ilu-re wae a larco li«t01 paa-i 1 gera, bo Him bad all ac<-ommodatt d and the nobleat-amor waa making ho, way to the rttr lna> heatt.tiftil a night aa need be enjoyed. When the at 11 bvlt ce nitk 10 al Newport. may we bo there to are Theatrical and Mimical. ' Hi.weav Tmaiai .A beautiful drama called the " t rnorald lala''will rommenre the performance--, withI Mr. and Mm II WlJll ina, Mr II. V.ddy. and Mia, M.Ji Oe.v In the ptinolpal 1 baraetor' the amueem»titv t clote with " Born to ihod Lutk," with Mr. and MnVV.IIUma In the liadtng cLara-tera No d -ul>t a fullbrute. Banana*v TurtTwr..The comedy of ' Tfre Wonder" etamerici << the amwemi nte and it will bo followed bythe di llghtfti) ballet panfoniitne of ' Cataftua To acetboae cliHiming aitiata. the four aieter* Houatat la worthdouble the price of admlaaion ; throughout every ac*ncthoatsge la overod with bcuinotk aa uiarka of their aulI pertority. Niri o a Caaf,» w .The tight ropa evotutiona wh'r-h era I the tort wa have artr aeon, will coaatetea the perfor1trar.rea to-night. Tie n< it leatura will be Jocko. with Mar. »UI In hie wonderful r-nrtr»nt«i.l ,ti nf thei ajc lli? »ff.»f»Bon:« clcie with tb* nttr»«tlvc pieu. eilltd " Kim-Ka' which has bets produced in gr«at splendor. 1 1H »u)n'i Tut athk . liulwet'f beautiful roinedy. which y is composed of rich and bmiMfil language throughout. I U the attractive lintare of this evening. Messrs Bur1ton. Blake, Dyott, Bland, and other eminent artists are in the >'a«t; in fact, it takes in nearly all Burton's talentedcompany. Be sure to go early. National Tiikatsk..I'urtly, it will be recotleeteil, pro,duces for the first time this evening, the splendid spectaclecalled " Joanna. or the Mysteries of the Uouitot Naples. ' The arrangement of this piece bu coat » large turn of money ; unit it in hoped his patrons, obirerving hia great euergy and enterpriae, wlU properly re munerete him. IIkoviiam's Ltciim.A programme of exceedingly attractive toutun a la oilered for this evening. It consistsof ' Uncle Foosle," with Chippendale. Jord»n. ami Mre Ekerrett. in the principal characters. The next Is " Wanted a Wizard,1' and the concluding piece will be the " School for Tigers,'' which has always beenrtceired with enthusiasm. Barnvm's Mvsrt'm..The rtriking popularity of this place ia owing <(uite as much to the exeelieut aud attrmctivecharacter of its afternoon aud evening partor'mancer. as to anything else. The dramatic compin; there, we have already eulogised The Martiuetti family is removed, for the producttcn of a superb audi fascinaling pantomime. Chsistv's Mivhirels give one of their exeelieut Eihlo,plan entertainments this evening, wbieb consists of negro melodies, instrumental performances, and dancing. Fellows' Miikstbels.. This very popular band presents ~ a very attiactive programme for to- night. Coiliuv sings several melodies, and ttwaine appears in his eccentricities. Jenny Lisd, it U announced, will commence her concertsagain in October, and will not probably require the cervices of an orchestra. Deive Family..These artists have taken Military t Garden, Brooklyn, where they will give a vocal, lustrumental,and wltard performance to morrow evening, i Tsifler Hall..The great Wizard of the N"rth, who is nightly astonishing his visiters, gives one ol his uty ten f ous soirees this evening. > ... . > An Impresalon having gone abroad t lint vwrhave advaiioed the price of board at the iluwar I llotel t I t w dollars and a half per day, the eame at t lie A stor and l Irving lloueea. We dtsire to make known to tlu publi' k that our charges are the same as heretofore.'. d olurs r cr r °»y- CLARK ic BAILEY, Colored Straw Bonnets anil Bralda, new style*..The above most desirable goods arc offered to tiiotrade, at very moderate prices, byTliUMAS REYNOLDS, Importer, It Broadeey. Proclamation of the lint Finishers' Union . a .To the citizens of New York and ol the Unit«d rtatee .in atuiuchae many intelligent and considerate peraonr havelost almost entire contiiHnec in the business uutic.'s oi the pre*!, (in consc'iuence of the perversion of its ute by juick- v » sno iniposters,) jt becomes absolutely n*c**fary that n nen* ^ »>«tustr>"iivui» cnry lor t:.'.r own in- aif tectum. WV, tlierctore. piopcs-i cleat ly, diitiuvily, au em Ajl pliatically. to plate before the wo-Id a ntnlMtlalMgUMnl*^clearly provto, fur the purix M of 4nluonatrntia( thai .1- ^lence el'cur productions we iiol'ilr aracrt t our a odee are e<i«al to ttic ben hate sold in this eounfrr. end vastly superior to most of them. Hit rearer why is plain. Kverje n a mean tnK»rtd in the establishment it a tiolsr. i workman, n bavin* n rv«<l an honest apprentic. tip, and a partner intho business, placing us iu the petition in wi.e fi it i. nut )only in our po*er, tut absolutely our highest inter t. t.turuotfour niauiifactnrt'9 in the highest of [n-rfec »tion. Resting upon our forte, ( f tni merit alone ) we J acorn the idea of noti rioty in ord r to yull t [ itlic, .ni t> a«k but an impartial scrutiny in the coniparntr.e value of I our warn. Overwhelmed with evident# ot on.- .ni aeu.'c ad vantage over the liosta ofarrogvut pretenders in our Iranin ti e production of our goods, we inbte t lost mi sut: r examination ofthe moat critical otservcrs ti .a produ liona<f other housra previous t seeing ours. and not »rstitle with anethnr. We will s'nkc our r- putat on, is.-Vilfu? . hatters, upon the result. IIAT FIM4HICK*' INION.No. II l'ark How, opposite the-Astir ilous.'. City I.wflls-w, or l>n(llrn vlslllnfj the (liy, can «nd at Miller's, in'Canal street, every u.-t Is that aivpossibly he wished tor in the shape of Goiters, filipp -rs. Ties, 1 end Toilet Slippers, equal to ar.y in this city. Wercaomluentlour lady readers to patroniseJ. H MuXER, 131 Canal street. r 441 Brontlway.Handsome Clotlilntf Kstnli>lirhmcnt. .11 is freely conceded bya'lwho have eaaminedthe clothing at A Lh'KkD HON HOB it CO. S New St ir .that sichone an aisortniont of haudsome and wtill wade n goods has rarely, if ever, teen ottered for sab in New I rs.All who are iu want of clothing, or gentlemen * furni-iu/goods of any description, ate intited to call sal sxainiue tt.e stock at Ul Broadway. Twllryrstrifl nnlil, Mlstakrs ttrre worn than crimes. Now there it no mistake in ti e lit ot Slnrtmill,ii t. N.i 1 S.lnr II n .. ... ... is inlulliblc a< a rule in mathematics. Tin n .e tuakee a sue ol thirls v itli lint (Uillt'd dUpatcli, tnd never duappo.ull a cuitoiucr, cithtr as to the tine cr the article. Only think of a full suit of CMMM "»(i. But there is no mystery about them it suits. All the s detinue i' (liars -all the pawnbrokers' shops, are triOntarioito the great stream of business that h done at :t>is establishmnt; nut! lair dealing is the principal feature of the i> suit| Store, eorutr of Boekinan and Nassau ituetj 1 lie neatest and I'lrhext »ty le* ofCarpetliilga, i In every c ariety of paitrrn and design, have i to tbe e.itoinice stock of Peterson and IIutu[ htty, curvet "fBroad*ay and Leonard street. Ti.e ni.sortm n: 1a this s«oris ui iiaxtiorablt tl e Issgeit and most valuab : reef «p. nii to the retail trsde in tliis city; and t-lie d. t»ri.. uati ui . f th'proprietors to sell at the loweit terms, and the nalleit pSlide pro tits, should he tn inducement lor all wh are atont par haaii gartidi* in tat line of a csrpev Healer to call sn l m, , examine the goods and the pt'tes. The ira;. isily pi teetrade if this house, enables it to nt drrsa 1, in si tilled of torI l.rst quality, every utlier store iu llroadr «v. Hyatt's Isffr Balinm la n certain cure fur " rheumatism neuralgia, scrofula, king's nil ...d icera, is .I any disease Ho* lag Iroin i nput' bl d It i ri ist the systtern from every taint, do matter fr. n shst r e derired. t Here is the procf:.Wm. W. Mugeo, lata M«j-.- A McNul-y, Corner ( hatliam and Doyor streets am a "lets d *ith sero1fula and e*T*lpelaa for eleven yrsrs; ha had 'urge He-p, and mort painful ulcers, nliieh no medicine ao't'd heal. lies,had r> msfi ad ..pen for eight years. He wis ;.-r£ectiy rured , by the l.tfe Hilar in iu four r eeks. Mr. An .'o liiugt. tilBrood* sy ** f-r eight ye iri a u s t. - a : irons rim r matism; nr was at timer deprirsd ol the c-: e' .« limbs, and uuabla for rnunths tugeth >r to sleep a to ir.ex. e ithent niocphiae.At a lart i rs lurcr.'he tried tl.e ll m ring Life ital ' cam. One bottle restored biiu to the ei loytu.-n'. »t balmy . elsrp. aid in three »o eks If *s* y. ot .1 p rl ithialth. Piiaeipal .flee lit II wary, ts u urnud andBrosme atraeta. Seventy See cants per b>.tt.r. Gonraud'a lst«|ulrl Inatniitniiruu« llatlr Hyr, vtMatrd ta lira ranitbrttsai Peatri 9uht It far nproof mg l air troin nay part ot the t.ody i.i idRo .i Htdo a'ctSoap for trcekhs am.t urn. tar. i.e.! >. K Illy IV ..te, end Ilair Uloie.»t the old set:-Mir d i abc rat irr. Jfn. 'CWalker s'rret. nasi Hr.adaav: Call"uder. Smith Thiri atrsrt. Philadelphia; and Jordan, d b. uiagtoa stresi.Boston. Bi. Lavtlt, Dentist, Its. 641 firoailway, rtapret'uUy informs his pnii.n'.s and to pnbUt that his ether h.** .uthe tcetl. can be had «n application at abeve HUNBY UAUKIf. Sivpii. August 31.6P M. The following i.< the monthly aUtcmon; of the Unit-A Stairs Assistant Tn usurer nt this pert . Augubt 1, iSbl.Balance ,AlJ hiPec astart. On ai c ount of cu*t iin* 93 24'-M AS patent tee* 1.4114 S3j" pout iMte dep t. 34 d id 67 , " mi.-celUneouf... 11 4111 13 Ji'i.i 7d,o ih illI'uyn.rnr». (On Tieaniry drafts 9201" MJfi 74|Part office draft 4o 1S4 4»A jiuoo.i'io "t Dalanre. Augii't "1 "51 83"lfl4Hl 1' Augunt 1,1*#!..By balance o| tend* to payintereat coupon* f.l.Wl l> Additional appropriatUm* 41.8JO 4" 8113,01J >0 On .ii t*lim» ot* du1 .'«n. 1.*30 IS Julj 1 Ml. 24 M) I)0«Tr*a»i;ry note*. _«*7 ftOn 41 "fa 10 * 7l\8ll in F(l»iif» Auguet . 833.770 .">*Irctnu; note* funded l,iKO W> Hi j ii i ount of cu-tt tnf in i it t «." *1 - *u . Hil . .I.A41.1M fc'» Kxce** In Auguit. 1*18 8 141*11 41 W« Bidict Uuri ifp mi K ki I I ii lb*n-v pt»in the bub Trea*ury at thin city, feoacu*'. j i, iu August,tri m thai of July, of 8240 249 i.J; irtreto in patent fee5140 J. and (in ea"-of in *ij m j>- .. :i[edr;.rtimint 831 RUB*. The ptyment* on draft * from po«t ofli-e lr partmeat. In Augort, ware 540.181 44: In July : Ivy warn 544 84i SoThe balance on depoelt, In July, wa* idi -"2 81, and Aimiiat diet I* *.i.7l«i »4 *o. In the fit >1 >tati iu> .»t gin n l.i low. the biiiar. » » .VreVoii V t 26th ru'i- .jret to draft. I* Mated lo he f J 782 370 I" Iktre wen a falling ill la the receipt* m matum* ita July 1*01. from July. 1if f831 too and that* U a Vlike d»rria#e from *uch re:etpt*. from A iru-t. 1V0. toAvgU-t.IMil of 5148 Ull 43. Iiwrlk erred, in mitringIke laet m»ntk'* r< port thi* faking off i« a reiy faear ablefeature," aa it ladloatea a large and pru 1. nt redu.' tlon of importation*, and howii that the export itione of tpieie were mortly made to extinguish orr foreign deb*.In con.-et the Morri* Canal Company, we hare exaa>iued the oft* rial r> porta, and tereired from I'hiiadelphin *iirh in forniutionwith reapiot to the compau 't eooeerne, a < petfec ly to aatiefy ourn lee* that the t large wm well grounded. In the report of April, 11.71, now btfrre na, It la atxted, "that the income d- rlvrd from the company'« operation*, during the yrar ending 3let Dec , lH^-1 amount* to the etini of 8109.173, and that the enrren expeiiM* during the anne period hare been 893 2X9, leaeleg the t»t earning* at 516 I0 ) ar 1 ti pay dietdtnd* on the pn frrrrid dock, at the rate of 10 pi r ;ontAieorcmg lo this rtati uirnt. we hare for the buetur** otthe canal 1109 178, and if from thi* We deduct the <oriext expat,, e*. ft ,3 */.J9, we hare a* aboer, 543,9 11; and if fr.usathi? n< t pii dm t we eubnUai't |i*i 64 i. being 7 per emit. InItnil on the debt, there ran remain but **10 239 tnwarb*di'derj 11 g t-n j r en! ditid' nd the ,*~ d* rr»d »t*«| capital o| f 112.810. TM* reault ertainly nbnw* tow* my* ifl*t ill tt. une11 it.>11 of f.fld-tt I , I a- *.' j »y a '. i Hud of 8 >1 380 and

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