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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
VOL. x NO. 2847. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS. rriar mm%mm% (??o?" ?ctPTCD.) ^ ,..M Balldlna?! coracr of *4prace "JtmmmWnMMMm ?????* ?-? ??? ??". SS T-Tio City Mm*"? f"r ?-' r"'t* "*". Ar. and dettvwssl f *?y ,iw. e?n pay in advance at ihe Desk er,**t?**"2_"!^,'?,- -.copies ** ^?"??lIaU Subscriber? PI va Dollars per annum, In ?/?o Castrar. ?*? ?orit UIM? ',? ,\x months. Por three advaaea "r;"Tfhm^ |> ,ii?r?tn ?!? .? earetralrad In a lax. ?asss-ks Si ?**?_New.-r.i--r? Dally pa?-'? receive?. ^r-? w?Arras '?re bUbar taaa laoia of The ?vdhsw??arsBoiaIsrared any?HaVsst>ea. ?TERMS OF ADVi-RTISI-fO. P.iymtnt mmU?rwi m Aitanee. B??tT?4*?e Netlres.-!., cents ate 1'ne, each Ins?rer?. I erven?I Nolle*"?. I ?oss, es'i Insertion, ases?is; over six tinas 3 cenia per Une eich day. (.ene ru I Advertlserr.ent?.-1NS!DK-Kv' ?sBaaTaaal ?iiiUbu, ' r -...?? - tut Unss. 6 re-ia ?er line each day. Of'TSIDK-Eisrbt l_n?e or loss, ?avch Inserttrjo. Vi cents-, aaarelft ? I ' day, or 7ocent? per Bo? per moclb. Bru-' ?<-?' aad TrsirsBAiiCB Nun.cs and ssasaiaess and Pi*?.? ?i. lirriTATioas, aad ese?*? hog 3Cword?,wii Belnsertt-d la* ->c?au. I.ranl Advertl^aaeata-At the rates fixed by the aJe-tute .^ ._ Alt Advertl?eme> Is mmuru la tbts par>?r apresar bo.n m tie Morr.tn?; sa I the **?;?^7.?l??*i /nnhfished ? , . ?r, rtntSpaKaaBOia. Tsro copies a?9A Advertlseioenu I cssbiU*"*? In.erdon. HEW-TORsT. -cves-zly tribune s!_-??f-...r? * . ?V M ? /. a' lb" I"? Price of >? p-r 5STO? ?irh? e-Pie. far II?-. or iwi-.tv r ?Mea EZ?. ??rt-tt lor a; ? ? ? m no case c . Beyond Ibe time for w h ?d/e.-i .".'icr-'ts ?"r ?' sirfSi 3? SsbBS I , THE KETV-VOBIC TRIBUNE For lisrspMD flrcalotlon, ?i>i?n?b?d o-i S.eain-r for ,lv?rix?oi. Pncot?. cents per c ipy, or 01 per ye?', p '?la?s "*? THE NEW-V?RK TRIBUNE roa I California, f?rcM.on,i\ti'\ the Hnndssricli Island?, If puWiBhe-t on me departure of each M til rJ.earaer for Cboirres. Price hi cent? rer ni"" _._,. ? .... ?aasBJ - ?REKL?;V ?V M ; KIR AT H, PublU^rs. "jNEW-YORK TRIBUNE.' lUITlL 5 m S??D?LPHU. -a? I.iiiri- from Oini;i(? nnil Jiiimii? k. The steamship I'inla.'flplna, ll/jbert H. Pearson commander, arrived last night from Chaires and Jamaica. Sho brings nearly a million dollars in ?old dust, on freight and in the hands of the pas Sengen. We are under obligations to the Purser of the Philadelphia for Chigres news and Jamaica papen. The Philadelphia left N'ew-York May 4, at l P.M. Bud Attirai oll" Chagfes at ll P. M. on the 14 th? Bilking the passage < at in 10 days, 7 hoars, includ inir a slippage at Kingston, Jam. Left Cha;-res May It at 1 1*. M. a>id arrived of 8ai.dy Hook May '??.?. ?'. I P. M.?making tho pase t, sees in K'days, iBoladtag a detention of 30 bu? r8 at Kingston, Jarn. an' '?'I ho in tit Norfolk, Va She brings no later news free* California. We br.ve rec iv. i tbe / -tin: 1 1th inst. but lind no news of irnj?i>r The following is the Poi!adt-)|ihin's manifest: ?lowland I A?; ill IB a !}! '.: rt.-'t rHILADBLFaiA. J. Marv f, Hon?. I" (' ?V. Aijunwall. M. EeN- v . I. C Vslimai. - Corcoran ?V Rigas.., 4,7ort Daniel Jolmst ?n. ISM Bel C Vsadi rblli.I J C. 1 v.. h \ cbtnana. ?'..' '? U Curt?s ?V Co. ... . I. ' . f. w Ctaike, D -v T.it. i I I 4 1 . I'm?. I ""' i.Pa.c .-L-i kt Peter Betes. l?.'i ? wlft l? V? atin?ii..????.a JiXr...,j. i ? , I it d.M tar,, i ? 1 - .. 1,4 .'J ? It. I .'? ?ro_ . roB SALTIMOBB. Kortrg. FlskeB ?Co... ?? olHayd? ,..10,004 Kir -, ^ ( .. i ? s?-- rvcaar. ?lino; ;, Ho-, ? M liaibael. 1,-OS .|MB?*e A list of tin- PbfladelpUa's paeeeagen will Le fcuml in Un appropriai - , We be? ? roc -, ed Hi i l'i': -'(/taiiil S'anla'l ol K'i -st'ii, t i th ? I <t inst. frt m which we take the foil ?erlog items : Ca? i ii i Of 4 BlA* IB ?AoC "Oatl city vMterda; b . ii . ? ... . tag tir?t Her Ma jY.iv s s. hoorit r u Bermadi," aader tbeoo ot Lieat Jollr, bad capl r oa tbe north s the ?aland. V n i '.. ? ore lit was giran to Die an -,'ii.tii n.'arly lin.', o'tsloek, wbea both vessels were descried ID tie i Hing, and kt at? it' t. .'m k lbs' B nnii la with lier prize Bud or? .1 ut Port l?oyal harbor. The vessel is a Brn/ilian brig, an I eben Mpttued liai o.i b.).inl two hune'rt d Atrici?i. They were Ian le i at ? )t i ? Hios. St. Anns, where th-y will lirait the erders ef His Kxce?tiii) tbfl (} vcrnor. | lion?, Jo ,r. '.'lit. Thi Rai iiiki. It,, v- Ws hre glad tj learn from Capt. i' i PhUadelpala, that tho el?ove-nam-.'ii little crhtt was nut by him on S-in day, the ; ?.'!.. 111 leaeaea oa her way to Cbrurres, iteamin_' oa m iat ?raliaoUj, We are raore -'leus,-,i It this on B'.'uuiil of a r ?mor. that had by some means not ei-i'iilrni.ii on Bei day, that she had Mown up si: ' r* ? Ibis port Weh'ive now no fear but ws I hall 104*0 h.'n- of in r bavin, reached h-jr destin [rltaiidard,-.'1st. Tu? I ItroBTI ?ATI I ? The b>.!vof the o h r uiitoriu-r-te pnaaager, Abner Mcmltoo, wlhi vans mitai : ? i ?MO mi b.e d te Occent l'.tv. was fbead floating, early oa the re nie akin, ii tBofthewberf * A i-ortitier's.iir,) assembled tin rtee , ? ^ , i,.,;v w\ ..,, k venJict was returned, "Aecidebta ly drowied. ' [?tandard, '?'1st. sflBBlAOl 01 mu OOTEBSOB OP TbIBIOAO.?? | Tneidld, the msrria.. I Harrw, with a "ff.i-t: ?-...d thelsliit.l was tho ?' event" ut the dsy. V'.vii.,hation tu ' .*fba vi?img men ef tins titv ar.- at last ,,,i ,_- arou?,- ? tu, a acuse of the neccssr.v SB?aeb exists m th?s?- mstresse I tune? to Induce them to ?.-a?-e t.:- country of their birth? iJlbeee sastraet? I a-nl misery ?fare them ia t e lace ?to try their tortubes in other lands. Sjrne hun drci in.livittua:? hav,. ahead* from the account- tl.Ht bare leached us, we learn ?.at tl.ey ?r,. di>lll . W<1J Rt ?lt. ,^ ^ ^^^ vr neaily tbe wla^e ?f ,|u.m |,?V1US iu?coode,i lu rl.tainine situatioua as Ui.-y la-.,it.d thee 4 XN,'k TM ??V!?**> V'tcov.t who were walk? ing the ?tr.cU ot ll,,. ctty fa. a lonK period of time -lderally stBrv.?el?.,.4,1,et)levoou,il ~ oStain employrnerit, WBO are now doing well in Chairres csrpenters are much wanted and command hich wages. We have heard of some young men, na? tives of this City, who are now receiving as much as six and seven dollars per day as earpenten. In fart, the demain! for that description of workmen bos become so t-reat. that many persons of capital to ti is City t ave embarked large sums in the build inr ol frsme bouses, some of which have already ?fen sent?n to Chegres. The sloops Seven Sisten, James Fiirwell and ?rut?.!, left Uii? harbor ?.esterdav. crowded with passengers. The Seven* Sisters" took upward of -TV?".?*! and the other vessels named were ^^7worKuPM,'M1^T,'the ,n0?t ??Wh0m roJt?rV'Kri^? ?*? vessel, up at this eorieofourfeliTw?^ ^ ,?,t*,:('?-? of auecess of bfr Ariaao, a peT?Wwu?,mrn' Wet**> ",9ntion th*t ?>ty, had a frameTaT? ?kt?Wn,v.,n th? V*""?" ?rh,h he ??arr,edwS?S?her '" k" ? r.ot h?ve expended lioi?SrS S?21 f? Til Ss bra upon this buiidSr ? ? P e ?f lmtMj,r,?d CbaejteaTbe i*areead S?t- ??" '"?."?nval at wine Ameri an. ?Jotoia^^??** S* ?ntiaod near to wher.. tkI m thera a aPJ* ?bich heer.,r,reh ^'ssr-.jriS ^ftwfea^*?eT n^^ ? 'Mof**la5 Journal, ?(.. si-jEjfcy^af Salt inspe? ted on the (),??. LATEST FROM MEXICO. Mon m ?ecri. ? " ? Vrs.r. uWodhnjO mtVkarOmi Hfiiponni-' ?? >?e ?? ?**- rlt>' M t!,c ( mm about to *?" iU "r i'"ary Se,,t ' " p?ate c n t' c Mtfe in??- I dcte'inin.-.l t?. .-o on 1 ?? - .,...,., r, ?.cuy, aad as ? mm <?? jo a raads have adatara** knaara exactly In-*- tha" | occfisicjii is c-iNt'i.ra' iBStort description ol it. nt ft'i *>*r'y ho ir. [ took a Men into tbs antaiaosn of tha Bonnl I where I ?aw a group of Senator*, wit?-, the Mini? ten of **?*?'ar ami Finance, engaged in an apparent ?\ sai i ?'' '"' '3-t,ie'r ??...rit? eta?aa, 1 ?ui/poec. Off Baa prospect of BO (toon being relieve?, frbna their t?*nbler*r*rne ?having ?!oin* not bs tue whole session. ...lory of the - Chantbev : 8- ?or Tarad had the fl-jor, and was *1c livetiin-' a spssoh to the empty benche. and a few in vt'iv Benati rs,wtaOBppeaiat? to b ? i: l?ctim with a gravity fled KBIgaatioa truly a 1 mirable. It.1.?Jug tired of this, I pasted on to the Chamber of Deputies, where both Chambers were to unite to le.eivc the President. In the passage leadim- to his apartments were several o?T-ers ami well ?irested citizen? in waiting; the Bag ?m being hoisted, the artillery was in rearti MSB for Mag tha national salute on [tht* r ? Congress, and the concourse of people denoted the ?.roach of the event. There were few pe > pie iii'the gallt ries, and I sat down t.> wait patient ly the conclusion of business. Various bills were bright forward, spoken upon, rejected or referred ; finally, a Committee was ?eut to inform the Presi? dent that the Chambers were waiting to receive him, and [at I o'clock P. M- the rollin/.? of drums and ?train? of martial music announced hit ap I r ach. The Speaker took his seat under the crimson canopy, and ??on the Presi lent, droned in the uniform of a General of Division, accurn by hia Miniitcn, also in full unilurin. en'n-r- \ bowed ?profoundly to the Speaker, an?l aicendiv* the elevated p'atform. inook hi-n heartily by tlo Land, taking liV sent on the ?eft. After the lapse of a few moments he took a paper from beneath his mili, and read wit'iout rising) a short ap sec b, applar-dini.' tl.e Congrc.i for their dil gent a" ra that had 1 Un-'.), il.*?... bis own nnras and thatof the country ; 'he oucht to have told them - ti . ? were a 'set of ?r'ie fell av.?, who' ipcnd th.'ir time in usclcs? d'?cu??ionf ;) adJinp, in substance, "that the town raenl bavin.' recent.*? r otnro id to the constitutional reiirnen. with the inheritance of C..1 sad lixstion, tliat years of ints r. soliilloaa ami a forcie-n war had cntc?oii ?at?>?! bodies bad ? i n opt i.iir* their ?c s i i ?, en arnonnl ol' b is a tnntl ?crions nature?which, from the riicrunsp . ssai ded Ln ita consideration, or th.? nu. of incidents comoiried with it, or both toeethe bal tha cau?c of much ran-otalng *ra4oa< via? very ?iiipeiUnt to the welfare of the nation.' la ttio bnsiness left nndone, ho indnded I ? .r the j oblic debt in all it* brandie? ; tho crt ation . f new i of the Treasury, ( ?? which rations plans had baao led, but ha.; i rwtad inU) a law: t | : session !ti the I y would hold thcmiclve? to mec t when i rJJed spoo, To lbs above tha Speaker nin.lt* a shorl winch ?-iu'ii : i be beard in the gallerias,after \? 1 :i h tl a President rose, ?hook hand? aira the Blanker,! tiiad a too,- paoaa,bowed and re? tired at before. The Congress was closed, r. I.?. n!? of sitilirry announced the fact to the II tat.te of the city. 'I i n- vr.ro a pood many people pr?tent, arid nu ih lateros! was manifested in the p for Badinas On taking a review of the arts-raaaod dnrinfl tlf session, we find them to be lew, ami -, Matul to he principally a."follows : Gr?niln?;a i> , I BBtlal Pubialiiner.t. (?r*. ilrt; apetkl -- "a year, elud?If WltJOW -I lile ...t ft % V l'i ? r st ef the chata of a French i .se of a n?il?e. Tl - Im: bc?tn*ff w?? ihe contiJerati. u b| the Senate, of ?.? or'ii.i ?.ii.j; to tfte Cbaasbei of Di ?. ... ?le lii m i. i.. ni ii let apart $3 ?>sOw .>f u,i American iu dernnUj ("i il e pa.Mi eni f lbs i tterioi Seta A so, lo ?et apart $*\6u0,t>00 Ol the ?ame fjr the payment ol ll.l. Hol drhl. A i i. :? BBIbotlxa the li jverrrnenl In appropria!? <-v?i n ? Ik dorn IB? inritniclly. an amounttunVient i,> complete I .uV'r?vtlie ti Federal 0 jvernn^ul. lo ?a iilch ?urn idev Ls by i?w. The two fornirr arttaiea oi tht bill were n and tie latter approved; consequently ii fa ^ < on e a law. Mach of this indemnity has basa already canted lo the States, and Ch.hubbtia is about to apply for It appeats it is to hecime a h n.e ol. t.n tenti. n wh le it lasts, sad n-stead of car.- es'!? en tkavtiu t.- ta ?Ttatt- k pern-aaeat revenue for the (i. ven in. nt, tl.ey w;ii ?pond their time is ? lout its diajf.anl. and iu every en.- - they will have to lay hands on it lor the expenses -. 'iiiiK.M, and, 1 ?ear, leavii,:: the del-ts of the nation ui.provided fur. 01 tie ?j.mo.qoo due tha presan! ?aoata, aborta r .ve been 8;ready diip.n.,.1 ci in tHri otis wajs, so that only 1700,00 I i? renriere 1 avails ble h*, t el. \ en merit. We had a L-raid relvbrat; n here a few week? aaotn the oceaaion of the launching of a ?nial: ttcamer intended to run on the Cana!, between this city and Cha c . a m c\\, \o leagues distant. Tha President, hi? M asBansi and a kautbar of littitjaa were in attei dance. She wa? baptized with creat ceremony, the i'a.- Msaj hoiste.l by the 1'resid- nt amid the deafenin.- ?ho it? of the multitude. It appear?, however, the worthy author of this enter prize has met wit;, . ,?,' f l|| i,|||?| u ^ steamer draws more water than the Canal will ad nut of, m consequence of which she it laid np for tl a pr?tent aad nothing ?. **** a,,out the ??,? This, 1 behove, was the enterprue ol . Mexican citasen. ?-??.??.?n ?e,,:arUb:e.henthe,e..^.^:ib^^K to be attarl e*i to them. y ' l*e'> a ? rtnia husire... reaaaettag wtich it i.be !.. ?... one Of the Mates has exceeded its nowers was to have been brought before the Con ?re?? at the prtsent extra session, but when the ?etter of "?nvcia::. (; was pul.hihed, it was disco, ertd tl -is business was not included in it, and winrdconte.?uei t!\ l.e ftSgtacBad. ' pou reprei?nta ti. o being made of the fact to the co.upctent au? tln rlt.t, le declared it was understuod to be in? cluded in a subject named in the conroeatonrj, which, however, appeared iiniteforeiuntothe bnsi neu, btdeSkgiaf stiif'y U> the Executive ; aad as the n-atter in queation positively comes otljr ander the juridiction of Congrjss, the declaration of the sutliority was urnatisftictcry to the party Lntereat ed, so be solicited a higher authority to state the ?pea a j.n m;se was maie to have it ' t Bp ?t r the ti- i beration of Congress at tho i.t e xfra session. Th. An trican Mir.istcr is i fine specimen of a t i:-- blicaa; B plain, straightforward man; laiiisBSB Lave to lind with h m is, his kecpii Ufaa in I mercantile i A Groad Hall van?; men on the ithinst.by the i which Decision the Pi , t s Miiis?tr?, ai,., i ? wt-? na mu ble ferai win ?t in tho ? card room, Mr. Let/her was heard t<? remark that ?-. a.vs ?. ok ou i m to bis bal * : aitti it m, bat a? be e!t m re i ??-sfoftal 't s:nt, knowing i his free nnd easy diipoiifir-n, t? ...-of the : bat a smile mL'ht have I as they stolo , afiaist r, whilst he sr.t ?:. ? ;??. ibas ' ', win liishat w, shinint: hit, just frcm the shop, fr.im I ? has of placing it i n is i.. 8.;. i il ?:'.: here thoegl it was iiven to the sin of vu.i'\ ; a? it was not, but, the plain truth, a "sho?:ki- ?bad one.' his re .ni|iutation. be l?'iiiiiislrnc in the in ; -?s Dirt rat ' rof u.e i.is-riit lif.s taken all !?'???'. ? cauti - . .a n.aii.stit. Is?rebare beea trr.ee daji of ?wlenui Thanksrlvine, in ill the bei; also a. ssi".is through the - - - .Miiay. 10th. tbe Pre?'d.vit, an ! ad de'i Msss in the Cathdral, on which oceerisB i ?? naoe of fifteen minute?' ?en?- h ?um Hill up ^M ad ri I. The preadier ?id itanprepoaaeaalng mar, told tbe peoji it a -a whs a visitation (.f Divine disp'easure, on account of their sin?, acknowlediririe; he ira? the imong t'o m, ami 'invoked the v. i ?(.???? re of Heaven on his own head, if the ?courue were sent on his account." These were frr m tliree tbemssad tive hundred, to four thousand [i. pj le present. \\ . hav i' had for the last few days an exhibition I'tablrs. fruits, ind Howers. wri thee inclusi?n ot which a speech was to be made,ind premiums distributed by the President.; ft which wer,- seen assembled all the beauty and fashion of the dt) ? The exhibition, in itself, presented nothing remark, able for rareness or beauty, hut it wss of impor? tance, beine an attempt at improvement; and the favor extended to this branch of industry will be in incentive to greater perseverance, ami the ac? quisition cf knowledge. The exhibition natural.y attracted a large concourse of people, of h it,h sex--?, ?aeoacsl win-m were many very beautiful women. I could not help feeling pleased at ths int -.- Mt iiiBi.ii. ?ted in it, h.s tar a? tbe people treeoeasreed : lut I do object to the 1'resi ?ei.t's being draiged forth in his regimentals, b> listen to, or make speeebei (xn every o cesi?n that any little thir, _- is to le doi.e. Let bin be at lilcr-ty |o pli as? s. S'il by his pr ?em e nianiu at the ptaeaaie rnt-i.t if these tlm ?s; bat I ;. . him to proj oaos e i di ?rents of t -? I .-ads. a musk ?. cr a s!|unsl:. there nr. ? r,s i .? uisu he hVepablic.be may be aeon ne him - d smoking o I After tbe senrxn ?? ntioned above, tl - Preai Ii ; lu sdjoaroed '. i meet ht 1 r. M iri ; eitaesal idiitribotioii-sfpre Tbe i, tbe ?p. rtsf.irs, as well as tOthep. .iRii?s, wai c i? ered with ca'i vr.., ander ? tly s : : i.. _r a brilliant ,. SUA.il ?? 1- - parent!) ustening to a dry : - * e. suiilei, a peal of v? , assembly, . 1 e cativas si v, ?, through it. Upon this mint r. .??_? a ? i i.i.i. ...'. bowi vi-r, and so 1 ? ?s, cerpets, '.l ?;. i -as the water ? ' i ' ??., i , I At tbe i ? - i . . like i ;. . ? i- ; bat tl cir beau, . aether ' -? ' Ibei w ?in the ? ii ibiiioi of i prett It * ??? passed by tbe yea ?a nee oil -it: neatfeasapplause ? which bronghl ? to tbe faces of the fair on. s Oaeby I : > ' -.er, eat h having lu pas? tl. tembl? ordea '? beiaa abaost de ?. ' i - i ' ind his part. luff,ostssiinoiit ducoarse, which pernipe est tbe poor se? ll ( ri ti of I - erad. J wis spcasiBg ot lbs i holers. It appeals that ii. (k?. . r-iaiti in m --th ni:, to ltd in-1. there were Ideatba it made its ippearee ie in Guaina I srlj, in March lasti (errate letters of I?;h April stated il wns ou t i there i deaths daily ; ind IJlOSI nl Sth lost, stated it wit? ii ..,, sie? bat was r~:.-ing again SA lib grelt : b'.aA I tOWB I i disteal in ? tin. intte-rciiy and Erosa which it it ,ii c time had quite disappeared. In Mvnlttt ani alltbl adjacent townii'. iiaibeen more or less v, less wss to have met on the 1Mb bist, but a? )t t v\e are let certain of having an extra s-s sk ri, as ti 1} t ar.iiot l?iee upon a time ot me tin?-. IcaxM wishing to put it oil till June, others till 1st of i lct( 11 r. which appears to be most agreeab' ruf.;, ritj ; it. therelore, there be any extra leasim ata!. -'.. the latter period. Ti. Mil. it. r o i .lui,. --..Mi. Otmmupa, reiigned tl tie da>i ago. His re s ig nation. how r s . lit n ftti-i'i ti t! is yet, but notwithsta.. I n of the Ministers of Wir and Justice, it is be ? v t.; le will insist on reti Vee will I ave resd in the Mexican papers of the nordet of Sen? r Caneda which tot k place in thi* i I; -9th Martlilsst; he was 71 } ears of a?e, hav ?Bg MW nisny j i i : ,. d several high stations un mr the ?i.vin.nifnt. Nethisc has ss yet tram? peen as to the n uniercr i r toe motives far the crime. Pope.Br oreaJee at first threw oat some (isrk hints that Gen. Ariita was cognizant of the is? t. led soase oi Ibeoefeettoa papers yet speak pretti freely on the subject, re'-sp.t ilati.i-.- reesoos w by Ve was and is still lOipected of knowing it, if r.ut a part) reecereed in it : but no sensible if re? spectable persons consider the statements in auy -i t than a* a sjsusder, i voi.ted for political parpoan, as in 'he- opinion oi a eres'- msr.y ? be a candidate, pronably a successful one, for the ntxt Presiiitrcy Yours, res;>ectfu!!v.. c. -? h iv i Kali..?An inijiest was he'd yei ttrdsyiti board the ship Columbia, lyiuf il(.. k at Ihe Noveity Works, upon tho bjdy cf Hen? ry f?ern in?'bur>'. a nntive of Mary laud, who resiled at -'4 Monroe st. whose death was cauied by in jar:?? r?reived on Wednesday niirht by dew: the liatthwiy of the vessel. N'erui. t accord BROOKLYN IT??MS. SiforLfiTiKS ? Oihcers Applegate and ti.ee'oe yesterday attemoon arrested two women named Msrrsret Howard, and Mans Itilcy on a charge o'" steiiirg from virioui stores in Myrtle and Hadion ivs. a i.nmbt r of shsw ? hsndkerchie's ?V -, to the amount ot about HV l'art of the arepeitj was foor.d in their poiseision and id m nit ted for examicstion. m Bhokk Jan. ? Amen nsmed Wm. E Hirrises ciped from tbe Jail in Rsymondst. on Taesdsy ninht ,'sst by Ictt r.g liims?.'lf down fr^ni tbe window ol his cell by mesns of blankets He had beea sentenced by the I'. S. Court to three year's c?>n Cremest in the Jail for robbing tbe mail. The Shcrirl bis offered ? rewsrdof ?lOu for the recove? ry of the fugitive. Aproin-rarsTs ?t the Mat or.?Mayor Smith has appointed the k'llowim. Police Maxshals : Sam? uel Felt, John Train, and Jasper Dafion. Looo-Fo cos, and Wm H I ft res and Daniel K SfBith? Whigs The last named were officers under the recent V? h ig idministrition. CITY ITEMS. a. Tamas* HaLr.?There was i < j met t Hi- saoead of the 10 callea Dtaaocrni There hap, -> ?sjejteat, ? District? w re u: - A" p - br?i' ? t . . n Mr. Bogardni Mr. Pnrdy ar ??. I ?. the pripcipkl part and wbih threat sed sovoeal time? to convert the mcetir-- into a general row, an orgar.izr.tii n wa- fi. tSj crte. I ni'nt ? ? Bears: Prenden'- I ?r.i. Jarre? G Ki ? ?1. ? M Win. U ?r?an, John II I The following Committee o; aoven wa-ap t ilr- t ra AtMre'S and preparo Jleaoiu' the next meeting: H"'- ' tVanl ; IteUhRvrrier? I F I; rd Wan! ? ?, S V . . ? in Rrt'Wn, Seventh Ward ; i. I Cofblan, Sevauuteiilh WaiJ. * T?ve prcjH.?iti'n for a ?' Organisation was then adopted, and the rollowiug gentlemen, Ci?*?fcorn each Ward, appointed : .'?sfl'i'?? Dlmond, I aard, .1: ll'.bert Vor I , l.,..' I \ ... ? - . John A Bottart, 7:h. A. B Purely, ??X Blind;, l'-Ui li.rsin I;.,'.?. ?, 11" : Daniel B.Tieman, 12ih; Bpbi Dtft*ni.n, Mlb? Win. J. Brown, 16*01 Ar-I K ?-riian I ft) i - j Nsih, I7lh; Mr. Coi.rjc-r lull.; Mi. Wood, lita. The mcetit.Tj then adjourned for a fortnight? ?**5* We notice among the arrivals at the Ir ving Hoaie Hon. Levi Woodbury. Washington; (.'apt. Judkins, steamship Asia i Hon. William Hebard, M. < . Vermont: Hon. H. Stoughton, do; Hon. Mr. Ale-tand. r,"M. C. Little Falls: Hon. Gid? eon Hejnoids, M. C. Troy -, Hon. Mr. Meacham, If. C.New York; Hon. Mr. C. 8tory, Ponghkeepsie: Major T. 6. Porter. U. 8- A ; Rev. I). V. Meacham, New-Jersey; Piof. 8. T. H. Morse, Poughkeepsie; Hon. H. D. Gould. M. C. Delhi; (V.l. Ewing, U. S. A.; Hon. John A. Rockwell, Norwich. COBB| Dr. E. P. J.angworthy, U. 8- A.; Hon. El woo*I Fisher, Circinrati; Prof. C. C Felton, Cambridge, Mass; Cspt. E. O Or!, ?. 8. A.; ?'apt B. S. Alexander. P. 6. A : Copt. N. Tucker, Ilurlington, Vt ; HoaY D. Gott, M. C. New York. R*;: irm.no Crr.ANEEits.?Several m^n con? cerned in the lato Cnnqueat of Cardeuas reached this Ctj yesterday morning- in the Southerner from Chirlestou. [CommuGlrate.I | li ftakTWa SISITTO BBS HU**li il.ht. Th.: fritaste, d Rev. Ralph rf-yt will h :.l a 1) i nation Visit ii ?< Party on the afternoons ami eve;. ? Tuesday -nl Weductday, tin; ith an 1 ";ii c; Jraa, Bt*sb%*asifhaMoflIr. A. ll.?.t, l.'.i ?Vast Twenty-tl i-l-?t. b. twi i ti Seventbnnd Eighth avs. It may not be cent rally known that the author of 1 er.ut.fii! poems, entitled " Life and Lana* icape.' has been for several year? Hector o? tho l',i i?c ipat Ci.ii.c'i of the G ?o.i Hheplc ! In ??-?'?rati?r. of which is too poor to ?leid I im an Blaqute support. Iu this obscure parish he bss labored with untiri ig /. -al and ?elf I year afi- r ?ear, cheerfully devoting himtelf tofTse spirit aal and temporal waata oftbc Hi ji? jt.eiu? ata il.e i rtatli.;-? of a p.r.-. an?? car ist spirit. They are in tho hands of all ? and as mich read and cherished by tie as ti ? a botar r.n-1 author. It ?? l< ? hit In iids v. ill i - me htWOti generally on this OC r?. , ". il. H rtaatfal proofeot their esteem.? \-. -rver may be contributed in tb'is ma Immi diste ben? tit, as the fami ) of this an have sutl sicknens. Those deeiroos o* eontrib Bl ntt. niiinir the part-, are reap ...... Cranes ? Ti...mion, 53 Jobs nt. Othbb Mcical CblbsbitibsCoaiso.?Mad. Anna Bisbop and Mr. Bt-cbss, who reached llobfla in the Bevern, froi rrir way to this City. Tl .ir tour io If Oxics laite nu r.tl.s. It is ftaterl that the racaiptS of their first ncirts amounted to 115,000, Boehsa was l...t ii.ill.leren;';, received. While passingtl mato last Wint. r, the writer of ties ?aw a large placard of one of hi r concert? posted np in the street*, whereon it wss annnnced that she wonld ?im? \n/-n language?, viz: Spot-Jab, Itti ?an. ?Trsacb, German, Raiiia:i, Tartar, English, Iii?l, Scotch ar.?l Ethiopisn ' Pi:oi . \ ---lie Lark Helen, of Thorn.. t . lie. Cnpt. Harnarti linier, sailed from t'.ie City fir Malaga on the Bd ot March last, with a ! ill cargo of staves ; arrive?! ?nd discharged at M ilaen, and sailed for Palermo, where she tjok in a full cargo for New-York, an?! arrived on the 88th imt. miking tho ci tire voyage in the remarkably abort tpa*eof-7 liayi. TMs, wabetova, itthti short? est time en record of a similsr voyage by a sailing vessel. ASisncini- V>--m. 8t.i7.kt,.?-On Wednes? day ? ?ening th* United ?tatts authorities took into ct;*tcdy a vetsel called the Kate Bo**-?, which was a? lbs .lt.: ki. a Firry, Ilnnklyn. 8he was freighted by Rosi?re A Co. and bound to Port au Prince : she was to have taken on hoard arms and tc munitions, ai.d aa.lt d jes'erday. A guird o." Marines from the Navy Yard was placed on board Tl e ma'ter Vt iil ?oon rec.i'. e an examination. Tur Chun IBTI ti- ?rio.v ?-Tkisatiair is st'il drsggii r its slew length alocg, before District Al? ton cy Bali but to lar, no fait of importance has been arrived at. It will no doubt be dilliultto prove any cirtct criminal act upon the persons ar? re ?ted CVBsU** An air?The Grand Jury of the 0 B District Court was in tession yestei.lsy in their room (secret, bs utual with Junes,, and examined, we un?lt rstand, th-ee or fonr a.lditional witnesses ?i to the Cuban matter, when they aijournedto this forenoon. Among the witneis?*. inattendan >* sre a number of Cubans. Fires.?At 3 P. M. yesterday a lire was discov cred in a .mal! atable in Twelfth st. between ave cues B and C, but, bring discovered early, it was got under without materia! i an. age to the premaes. ?A: I o'clcBtthis rm rninr a tire broke out in a atable in Tweatieth s near Thir 1 av. but was ex? tinguished with no rrreat damsire. Supposed in? cendiary. ?At 2J o'clock f ?a rnortiAaT a tire was ?een in the feed .tore of Kelly A Meek., corner of Third av. and Twenty-seventh st 8appoaed incendiary TLe damage to the pla?e wa. .bout UN? whicb is covered by insurance. Flocc.ikg in School? ?We lesrn that the Prin? cipal of Ward School N'o. I was discharged on Fr.day last, for a too free BBS of the rod in his school. Death bt Dbow-siso.?- Coroner (Jeer held an in*juest yesterday, at the foot of Twefth at. E- R upon the body of an unknown man, about 3-i yeara ol age, who wsa found drowned in the dock yester? day rnorning. He was dressed in striped cassi mere pants, cloth vest, two cotton shirts and old boots, and appeared to bave been about six weeks in the water. Verdi'-t: ? Death by drowning" From tbe Cit.- ? p. i COsTsSBBII I'.ts.?These besutnul articles are all the go here, and well they may tas, for they are not only the hai.iiiest aid neatest ' Bhe feet1' ever inventen, but Wt.ald make tin I f ? t. t OU Nick himielf look niviufac'.ar trs lead all I thcrs in this business.bavin?- .ot th.'tn ti Hid' j t-r'tftion that if you on'y stick your "suv'k I at tbem they will jump right on, without an e flirt. i IRt's Awnim..?.?We have seen a letter frcm Mr. Alexander F.d.-ar. keeper of the rub?n Bu re, 1- H road st. in which he bea-i lasas mi ny in favor of Mr. ?iompert's mildew and water prt, f awnings, and orderioc a .juaritiiy of ifusc'oth f'orlho purpose of throwing over rood? during rain. Th? ?r | e ?sif sassea tftl BraaaVat aid a ?SBJf t f oar I ? - ?nire-.eeper?. Mr.ilimpert manufacture? H at 1 . V owerv. NEWAKk ITEM??. gi'icinr..?Alice V.cC r ...i k, wl s resides in Orange-st. cut her tima', yesterday with a razor, from the wound of wl. ah ?he expiro?! ia a lew ino nients. She 1? it an refait three ?iavs old. and is ?opposed te l.'tvc beca in u sute of myntal de raageaiiBt, a IS** A Tire on the road between Newark and ? ' ..n Taenia? light eonai ned me frame dwelling house of Mr. J.iristhan BfOWB, with its bl Dtesrls, worth sltogeUier MIDO, on which there W48 no irsurancf JKK^KV CITY ITEMS. But. is Plank Koap.?Messrs. Clerk ?V Baeot, * ? ?? j i rs, on Wednesday located the first four miles i f this road, comme:.ciUi! at Jersey City, and extending one mile beyond the New-York Hay C- met? ry. the work is t?) be put under contract imm?diat? iy. ?nd it is hoped will be finished by fail. The cost per mile wi i be about ?-.i.?OO.? Property owners along the Grand st. road will, we think, resp immediate beliebt in the rise of lots. WILLIAMSBURC.il ITEMS. gin int at Ureen Point?V person named Brownley, residing at ?ireen Point, a DegaetTeo typc artist by professitin, committed suicide yes ttrtlny bytaUM bniiiine, a powerful chomic.1, nsed in his profession. He wss a brother-in-law of and lioarded with Mr Lewii, Da**aerre itype ist, wlo'e gaileiy is in Cha'hnm st New York. 1 he poison was taken at SI l\M. and alth ia?-li th?j itomachpunip was brought into requisition tleath ensued at ?I'M 11 ?? expressed contrittoi for the deed? and expired in great svrony. >. sv-Jrr?cj Protestant Kjilacepnl Convention. This body assembled at l? o'clock yesterday in. ining at Trinity Church in this city, being th? plac? di lifl ?ted at the last Anvi-il (' n.ention lor ii.ilii r tine year. The Hiship and a ? .umber ot Clerical ami Lay Deputies were i neat,sadineralaa prayer was off red by ID-v. Mr. Machia, assisted in trie lessons by Kev Mr. Hi ef.s. Tne unte communion service was p .. i.\ il ? H;?i:oo,the raasrable|?f?h I> ncanBasatb i.i' ? i .- Il n ' sei I Jamaica, I.I. readiag tne Kpistle. lie Bisbop admit.-? Inly ctunni'inion, a? liste a by Ucv. Mr. Dunn The leHgieeS servie -s l'ilisr etiiclini, il. the llial'ijp took th.? ('hair, and the Cflrnvetttioa proceeded 11 ormotae it R -??? (1,,.. W D.tHiie, D.D. LI..1). and M other Ckrial D?polit? si.swcr.d to their MSSBB, Be . Mr. 1 inch u i C t BtrMoB? tsin were 8; [ Dialed a Committee to examine I stiroonials of Lay Der iitic?,re|Mirte.i t :i f ir Chareh . the Ce vi-nti-n took a recess. At Ij o'ciock P. M praysn wer?? read by K?v. yeten f rsnhiin suit Bowdee, when the Bishop pnce? tied toread his annual address. Ha illoded t i m | r, ?t Rtirii by si? kness, at the tine of the :'(!lie hi?' C n, Riil thanked his i -f then i d heartfelt priven they had ?a i. r f .a reoovery, which bed beea effetrted ? i itr.iinei.tiiiry and thegoodaesaof d i . to I is.- of a in tl ?? Choi ? ' ?? John Ims. ?ho In.I departed this lit"; sine-to.? last ar r ual C< rr. . id, be Slid has been nore bra nod r.-sulti thauaoy ( thrr of his Kpisropa ?*. Pov corner itooai were ?aid, tbri el I irebes w? rs coasecratsd, torea Dea cols anl four Priests crrdained, t*o l,'-t?n insti ladtwt beadred aad atn ty persoes eooBrte? ? ?H-r of Cler, y was m% t*o having ii ?? l --..-? and Hkhard F Becehaei ? Sr Mary's Hall and BorHogtoo I fa tilled best expectations of their (rieods, and w. re m tin- eojoj neo! oi estoasrve and lacre eel as* con I dame t'om the Church, lad 'rom the country. The comer stone iif the ' House of Prayer," in this city, has also been laid by him, thus begiuning II i tl t i ni tin ?? i of.! enterprises which are giv? ing the City oi Newark a name and S plaire among the Chun In go! the Saints?and none of them cer tainly pave higher p -omise of future usefulness. A prtrsor.ege was provided at once, ami (hi OOSt of llic builtting secured, before ?t wss be.'un, ?nd tho Church placed in the chart"' til a beloved brot'ier. It, v. Mr r-ontharl. ?ho had been brought hi-?; to his aatrre State, where he hid ion ml a w> ntbahaartof every Jersey nia. He alluded with much appsreut satisfaetio-, to a visit on the even Logo! the 10th ni i let last, to Madison, Morris Co., ?h? re prayers were read in the M E l'hnrch. by Hev M? sirs. Clftrkion and Uankin, and tbe Bfehop preached to an attentive enntreeatior. Kev. Mr. C. had received a considerable amount of money toward the eroctioa of a Chun h at this, a point of ie. The Hisliiip closed Us aihiress with a a: d appropriste ailusi'm to the death o' Ile v Mr Hurnhsm, the melaueiioly intelllgeeoe o . hd been comniiinicxtvii since the opening of this Coiiventi. i . The feddren havine been Osadeded, tkeConven tioa then proceedsd to eonplete its oremization. The Coeiriiittee on Testimonial? reported tliateer 1.1.cates trom 31 churches Were correct, and the ro.l <t lay deputies was eelh d. I - iiersoiif answer it.tr to th, ir names. The (.'.invention thnn proceed i boose a Setretary ot the Committee, when ti.- lit v. Andrew l?..-!l Patterson wai utiinin.uily ch? sen. The Ilisl/ip asked to he red ?-. ,-d from any far th( r reij (itisibility imposed u;-on him by csnon 1st of the ?Jiocese, which read as follows. On or befoie ibe tlsv of meenriaT of Consen'ioB, it aha be it.?? duty ?>f tte Bi?'h?.p. or if liiere be n<> Bi??V>p, of ta?s P?. nd?-r i ..' tt-eStsreiliii ConirEi-.ti.e, tosl/e lo the S?cri>. tsiy of llir Cor venu s a CSiaSaxI ]n: of tiic ua r e? of Clor evnit-n ratoLicailr rrticol in ill? dlijee???, ap???-'fYice th? .L.I. Li'tl uiiiiintr?,and ?Jier? SBSlStaS u> seal? aaui von?? in Ci i ?s ? The subject wss referred to a Committee to con sirier tl e pu | ritt_. oi repca .n_- the coisou or lub sti-'iting awither in its place. Tbe Chair reportrd the Committee on Rules to coisstofHcv. Mr. Dutn ami D. B. Kyall. EvBBtS? Be?siosi.?Tlie Convention m..t pursu? ant to sdjouinmcnt when she rauiu'es of tho pre? vi, us session were read aid approved. The Com ntttM ? r. ti st s-l ? ct report-;.! tho rui?a of last yesr, which were adopted, witn a sim-Ie amend the ?*;h rule, striking out the words, 'aad considered ss the previous question. Applications lor admission loto union with this Convention were received from (jrace Chu-cb, E izalxth Port aid Trinity Church, Middletjwn Point, scd referred to a Committee, coaiisting of llev. Mr. Thompson act Messrs OitTord and M'Cal lou?rh. ( )n motion of llev. Mr Bogtrs? Retolfd, Tbsi s Coaiu-.iu?-? of f. v?s h? appoint? d to report !ottl?CoBveti':. ' s. a-.d working of ?be pre ??at orraBfrailoo of tbe Dtoessan slusij??, seggestlnf such ??.or. on tbe part of Mala Convonuoa as may appear to it.ii: ca.ca.atod to |lve irsatar rlajor and atora securltr to iu Mlssiurary op?ration, aod thai the TruseWas of lb?> of ferlrri <x* deslree to give tin m whaterer mformattOT? -?sry Bioy r?.;uira. The Committee consists of Rev. Mr. Borgs, Jodge ? HD <)?<d<-o, and Dayton J. Canfia'd.' Toe Convention then adjourne?! to - o'clock Wednesday momio??. TI .s tnormnp the Committee on that subject re forted adverse y to any alteration ia Canon 1st, irtm which the Bishop wished to be relieved; when a protrscted ind animated debate ensued between Ex Governor 8'rstton, Hon. W A Daer, Jedge Orden. Archer (iiffbrd Ks?). D B Kyall, ?i';. oi Mu.moath, Her. Mr. titarr, and otitstre A substitute waa then propre*? ?-KP Tr?r>-?B son, Ki.- ton . elfi ? t ibes its 8-M-resmy, iuat*?.!-. the Bui i p, furnish the 0 ? \ , ?.,, ^ elsrey men eaaaaiafdta re**MeoS m the l>?no*??, ??? . it.iute.l mi . s-.rs ai.) other? *miti?4 to ?eats aad t ?h <-,, ?hi'l Se re ferred to a Committee who ?h?H -?pul tipo-, lt? a* raracy. ! Newark Daily ?\dk ?Otb. PBOM >va^ihni;tox. Ki ilrreteef ef Mr. i lartem. Correspoedeoct? of The Tribun* \\ i-'i?..t..a, a -???st?'-T. ?4?y29. ISM?. I state unequivocally that Mr Ci.*ttob baa it in sericui o ntempstion t? r? ti a fr-im the C.binet. Il ? rt ?im:? for in .; t h known to m*, I at liberty tatjBBal ? I. t' ?>". however, have r< th ni-todo with *-? < ? al nets, ***>. and every one of which he stsnd* prepar.'d to jas ti.'y before U<>?i and man. H.t friends have re m ?t-.it?<i with him ??ant any lu.-h rourae, and will prevent hi? roaignari, ? if persuasion can do bo. It v? dd be a most unfortu rth * *.timln ii'rati.m?; ? aid Mr Cl \ti I -?lire from the State Department Aa a dip'? miaust, he has no supertor it' the nation . and every State pa??er that has is? sued from his Departmet t is stamped with an ? and a 'lettr?e of *h'itival aagarity that has even silr res?.1, bis relente?? traducen. Hit place, in my iu?L-roent, could not at ihi? time be Bile?! by the President, and, though at great sacrifice of per? sonal feeling, I hope the Se. retary of State will listen to Ike importunities of his Iriends, ami nun tertre in the place whose dattes be i. now so ably at d so satisfactorily disrh-r.. Tbrrmene.l ltrlu.nl el Ihe Hupptle* la bun Kxpetlliton hb*I I'realiliiil Tmlor Kirrcluiu efthe t'ubllc I nn.l? Wrslih er tel. Krr> ment. C> rrraponil-ar* of Tu? Trlliun*. Wataiaux. ?, Wt-insaadev, May ?"*? It ha* been known for a long time, that, in the event of no ..ti.fa.tory a 1 ua'ment being had O the Califc?mia tnd Terntorhl controversy, an attempt would l?e made to defeat all appropria tioii. for the incidenta' expenses of the Givern ment. Without itoppiiu t.? in<*uire whether aurh an attempt could be ?ucceiiful or not, it it sufficient to know that, under a provision contained in the Cen.ua bill, which !? now the law of the land, the '?modus operandi" is secured by which the De? partments can go on, appropriation or no appropri tion. This is a fortunate circumstance, and may have the influence of prevention ell schemes for tl"* defeat of the Civil and Diplomatic appropriattoo bill, whether the Slavery tpiettion is settled or not. There has been some tslk with those who havo committed, in their own judgment, thia overaight, to pas? an amendatory act repealing the provision in the Census bill to which I allude ; but I have no idea that, if the effort were made, it could succeed. Those persons wlvo have em-aged iu tho Cuban adventure, that aro within the jurisdi.ti.in of the Courts, and against whom sufficient proof can bo pre cured, will be punished v? iiii the ut iinet ri^ror of the law. I pon this point the President hss im? movably taken his stand, and he will not yield in the rit-id performance of what he re?-anli his duty Neither popular excitement, nor th.* clamor of a pensioned press, has any terrors for him. At Pres? ident of the I'nited States, he will maintain and carry out, at all hazards, our neutrality ami treaty obligations toward Bead**, and all other nations, ai d v ill i-i.'nr?'! the penultii!? of the law Bf-ainat abats who attempt to violate either. Thia effort to rob weak ami imbecile. Ppain of a portion of her territory ii aa humil'iting and diigraeeful aa wm the m* re lucceaiful stten.pt upon Mexico, when she was dcspoiled ol what is now tho State of Texa?. We can lind warriora enough to conspire it t tl er, to involvt) the I ',ite?l State?, the most [ owe rful nation on earth, in a war against the two weakest foreign (?nvemnunts, with whom we ore at peace: while Canaria, with her own citizens strurp'ine for liberty and boldly asking annexation to the Tinted State?, awakens not the ?lightest sympathy in the public mind, because, forsooth, she is a colonial drpet dency of a nation that would prove a foe worthy af our steel. This may be called great fWOVeOt a? well as chivalry; but if so, it is of that spurious nntnre that, in the days of the i: v< Ttion, mou'i Jiave brought a blush to the cheeks of our sires. Major Lully, wb?> was named in connection with tl a Mexican boundary commission, has,,a? I am on t.iuLly iiif.rm> d today, been offered by the S? cretnry af the Jut ricr the coRimisaiori for running the boundary line betwei.u the State of Iowa and ti e Territory of Minnesota; but he has declined tho ?sine. Mr ISartlett ?till ban?-? in the Senate, tMoiii-h I have little or no doubt of his continuation w I .en that body can be brought to act upon it. The consideration of tho OM**M bill yesterday in the If mee of Representatives shows the strong feel im* that exists to grant tho public lauds to the actual und bona fide cultivator ol the soil. The pro? visions of thst bill, a half section to a single man, and a full sectim to a married man, are up?)n a most liberal scale, and will, iu that shape, undoubtedly pass Congress. Could this Slavery airitetion be got out of the way, upon some terms orr**"i*?r, Mr. W11. ri.R's resolution in th?; Senate, making am- ' pie provision for all who would s-ttle and cultivate the public lands, would come up for dis-usston.? The distinguished mover of this i ble proposition, as well as ?evi.ral other Senators whom I could name, are fully prepared lo discuss this new prin . rpk i f political econom-, in all its bearing?, and to meet any objn tions that n ay be urged aeraiost it. Its final triumph may be delayed, but never eaa bo defeated. It gathers strenuth in the puFi'ic mind every w<ek that it i* considered ; and when the ?; ? ? i h? sof WKOOttM and otliersare spread broad rant over the country, favoring this disposition of lbs public domain, there wiil a current ml in its fever that will be irreiistible. c.,1 FnrMo.vr received official advices by the lut California mail of the extent and richness of his mines, that even to him appear incredible. If he can It M the land upon which these diirginga sr.-, ?i d in which the gold i? ?aid to be inexhanjti Me, s?e, ? (imperatively ?peaking, of easy acceea, there will be no esrirr.ruin-,' li? wealth. He is dail* makimr lease, to adtenturer?, the per .ent? ire u? on which will make his income ?? norm out I lean, that previous to his leaving California for Washington, he was working thirty men, and that the net monthly proceeds which were paid over to him were r jual to a hundred pounds of pure f*old a month. But thia would be but a trifling in orne, in comparison with w hat it oust be, if the accounts o? tbc richness and extent of the vcina of gold upon his land, which he rec-ive.1 by last mail, ara orjiTobcrated hereafter by actual receipts. The I 8- District Attorney of Charleston, S. C. has given the proper Department in this City official notice of the arrival of six hundred of the late invaders of Cuba in that city, and that he had taken legal steps against them under the Act ol leiri ; and ask.n?? instructions to the crs-trary if bis course was not approved by the Adminiatrntioa. I learn that in reply, a copy of the charge ol Judge Betts of the 1'. 8. District Court in your City to the Grand Jury was forwarded to the District Attorney at Charleston, accompanied by iBetiwrttoos to fellow it as his guide in the proeecutioo of those whom he might arrest. The procet-diiVB of the District Attorney cauaed some excitement aewng the retonneg invaders, but he will iieverth-*?*? discharge hie duty, and eauie all to b?* pe-i?h*w whora he can eaawfM of having vKila?ed th? Aet Cm j. of me.