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WHOLE NO. 7437 MORNING EDITION?-TUESDAY, K HERALD, MAT 3, 1853. PRICE ^,7^^ IPEHAL MOTICS8* American institute, farmers' club.-a regit lar meoting will be held at the Repository, 351 Broad way, on Tuesday. May 8, at noon. Subject?Artificial ma auret. Strangers are always welcome. Admission free to all. II. MEIOS, Secretary. The pigeon pea, with Its whole stem, will be OA the table for eiamin&Jion. American medical association. ?annual Meeting of 18S3.?Delegates to the Amerioan Medical Association, which ii to meet In New York on Tuesday, the 3d ef May, are invited to present their credentials to the Committee of Arrangements, at the committee room at tached to the Presbyterian t'hurch, No. 05 Bloeoker street, near Broadway, as soon as possible after their arrival. Delegates from the oity of New York and its vloinlty are particularly requested to apply at the oommittee room for tickets, and to register their names on Monday, the 2d of "Jlay, between the hours of 10 A. M . and fl P. M. F. CAMPBELL STEWART, M. D., Chairman Committee of Arrangements and Reoeption. Rohs.bt Watts, M. D., Secretary. VTEW VORK ACADEMY OF MUSIC.?A MEETING OF i.1 the subscribers to the New York Academy ef Musle will be held on Saturday Evening, tho 7th of May, at 7?? o'cloo'., *t the Stuyresant Institute, fi.VJ liroadway, for the purpose of organising the Association and the eleotion of directors. A punctual attendance is particularly requested. By ordor of the Commissioners. WILLIAM II. PAINE, Seurotary. Ntw vork HISTORICAL SOCIETY.?THE REGULAR monthly meeting of this society will be held at their ruoms. iu the University, on Tuesday evening, May 3, at7>i o'clook. lion. John R. Bartlett will road a paper on the " Antiquities and Indian tribes adjacent to tno boundary line between the United States and Mexico." VAUNSEL B. FIELD, Keoordlng Sccrotary. EW YORK VOLUNTEERS. ATTENTION.?AN AD journ ;d meeting of the New Vork Volunteers will bo held at the fiercer House, uu Wednesday, May I, at 7 o'clook, P.M. A general attendance is requested. Those failing to make ret irns of money and tickets of the Dr. Valentine Be uctit, will be reported as delinquent*. ISRAEL MILLER, Chairman. TlLUAl Pki i.. Secretary. VTOTIl E.-A MEETING OF THE EAST RIVER DOCK Xv LaVurers' Protective ur.d Benevolent Sooioty of New Vork will I ? lie Id at Union ilall, corner of Twenty-second street and Third avenuo, on the 5th instant, at'H'clook P.M., to a* opt n Tuir seale of wa cus for tho various kinds o." work along.ihor \ ? ith the ii.tcntion to meet the emergency ?f the time*. It is expected that e very man interested iu this cause v. :ll attend. Hy order of DAVID FINN, Chairman. On. A.?NOTICE?THE MEMBERS OF CONTINENT ? al Chapter No* 12, O. U. A., and the order in general, are respc tfully invited to attend at our Hall, 327 flowery, on Thursday "venlng, May 5th. to hear an address from our worth* I roiher, Stephen 11. Menn. of Valley Korge Chapter. JOHN W. GREEN, C. C. OU. A.?EXCELSIOR CHAPTER, NO. 28.-TFIE MEM . lers are hereby notified that the tickets for tho anni versary calobration. at Rutf era' Institute, on (Friday) eve ning 13th instant, will be ready for distribution at the Chap ter room this evening. Tickets free. By order of the com mittee of arrangements. JOHN D. VELSOR, Chairman. W. V. N. Fisiitn, Sccrotary. PERSEVERANCE LODGE, NO. 17. I. O. OF O. F. Tbc members are hereby notiflod that the lodge will meet on Tuecday evening, in Gothic Room. Odd Fellows' Hall, until further notice. By order of the lodge. W. W. DOWD, Scribe. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE DEMO eratie Republican Young Men's General Committee, will be held at Tammany Hall on Wednesday evening, at eight o'clock. PtMiial attendance is earnestly roquontod. By -jrder of JOHN H. MIELMF.R, Chairman. William C. Butts, Secretary. I<OST AND FOUND. AOA HE WARD.?LOST, IN ONE OF THE FOURTH sD^iv/ avenue earn, on tlia 2d May, In the morning, a. I)lua and scarlet purse, containing a sum of money, in bank bills, and sonn- nil \ or. also sundry papers. The tinder will reoeive the abo\e ? c* ard by leaving it at No. 6 Dey street, upstairs No questions asked. Ri: WARD.?LOST?SATURDAY NIGHT IN FOUR teeu'h street, or iu that neighborhood, a set of gold tiiiriin containing the following articles:?Eagle's head, locket Hsli. hone, and f:in. Whoever w ill be kind enough to return the said articles to THEODORE VAN BRUNT, No. 3.ii mi J 202 Chambers street, will receive the above re ward. d?C R i. W ARD.?LOST, ON THURSDAY AFTERN03N, ?jpO tin) if th nit., a black and tan English terrier dop;, ears lately cropped. The finder, by returning him to 2.-l Car mine street, vill reeeivc the above reward and the thanks of the owner. d?ff RI.IVARD-LOST, A BANK BOOK. CONTAINING $120. between 7 hud 8 o'clock, in going through Chambersand Chatham streets. The finder will receive the above reward, by returning it to PATRICK DELENY, 395 Eaat Tenth street. dft ,1 R E WA R D.?LOST, ON SATURDAY LAST, GOING tJ)TITIri>m i ulton street, thruugh Maiden lane, Pearl to State strict, a 'mall gold breastpin, with a finale diamond. The Under will r"ceivo the abote reward If he delivers it at No. 7 Morris street. T OST-l.N NINTH STREET. ON THURSDAY, 2bTH XJ ;<iit? 4 ?ld?nch. with a chain attached to tlie neuk of the bird Any one will be suitably rewarded by returning It te 51 West rittocath itmt. MEMORANDUM BOOK LOST-FIVE DOLLARS RE want.?A small memorandum b'-ok was lost on the lfith day of Avii' Owner's mine und residence believed to he In side. The ikon reward wall ho paid, on its return to 120 Nassau street. Breoklyn. 'PICKED UP ON THURSDAY, APRIL 2STII, A COW land pay 1 avenue. ? pay expencea. Uii ivr.i> u i" urn inuusu.M, ai kil aim, a X which tne owner can have by proving property a ing WglgM. by applying tu F. Oafs, No. ,V>7 Second i N. II. Il not Tailed for soon she will be sold to pay ex STOLEN OR STRAYED?ON THE 30TII OF APRIL. A black and white Newfoundland Dog. about fonr months old. W boevor will return him to the cooperage, No. 108 Read? str-_'e', mill ItHiTI a suitable reward. F WRECHMANN. STRAYED OR STOLEN?FROM THE PREMISES OF the nib oriber. on Saturday. April 30, a bay horso, flvo year* id. fifteen and a hulf hands high, email white spot in iTorehend black inane, and short tail; has lately had the dis temper snd has a sore between his jaws, with a seton drawn into il Any person who will give any information that w ii! lead tu the reoovery of tho above horse, will be suitably re- arded, cn application to S. K. RAYMOND, 75 Lawrence street, Brooklyn. TUB LF.CTUHE gEAOON. Father gatajuo.?fifth lecture, the se cotd course, at Metropolitan Hall, this evening, at8 o'clock, nreiimly. Subject?Kelics and images. Tickets 2."> ?i?nts. to be had at the door, and of Messrs. Newman k Iveuon. Cait?-r A Brother. andjjEvans A Brittan. ?DQLJ (HUSKY JUDD OHKSXiUAiiJA?~ P' SPOBTIW*, Bonnet and dress trimming ribbons, silk and Parisian Millinery depot.?Purchasers of these goods who are desirous to secure the newest and ciioloest styles, with tho ftrictcst economy, are hereby respectfully invited v.e examine a large ami extensive assortment of ribbons and drese trhnmings which have just been opened by the sul sori ber, having purchased the entire stock of an auction and im porting huv-e on advanta -cutis terms, which enables bin to offer this splendid stock or rich and desirable goods at price* infiniiily lower than can be had at any establishment iu this-city. M. If. LICHTENSTEIN, No. 00 Bovery. corner of Hester street. N. B.?A larp.t and elegant assortment of ribbons, select odwith picirl lefercrenoe to the late Parisian style of trimming lidies dresses. EMBROinrutEP AND LACES.?MADAME FIDRTCH, In in Paris, d> sires to inform hov i ustouiers and others, that si e h i . i moved to Jf Wavirl y place, and will dispose of her Hoik st reduced priMe, < n account of going to Paris. | MADaMF. ALEXANDRINE. M0 BROADWAY. RE ' epe tfuily Informs the Udio; thai rho will open on 1 Tlinrs'ljT 5'i,.? 3, a splendid variety of Paris millinery, se j ]?c?c.<t with enro, which cann't le surpassed iu cltg*nee and I ntylr. _______ MAN III LAS. AN IMMENSE IMPORTATION OP F.N tirjiy new and o.trcmely beau .ii til designs in Parisi.i n Mantll'a* have Just been received r.t tho emporium, 361 flToadeay, embracing "La IMr.o Blanche," tho 'Mantelet Noved* 'tho "Sultana.'' "Blarrac " and every other novelty that bad appeared in Paris up '?? tho commencement of the orescn. oionth. Tho iiiil''.CUuli of latiie'j ii particularly in cited 'JiO. gULPfN. ? ART^ MILLINERY.?MADAME l'KRRERO HAS RE moved so No. 5 Great June-; etroct, (third door fr^iii Broadway,) where the will opon on Thursday, 5th of May, **w stylen of Paris millinery. POPLIN AND SATIN RIBBONS, ENTIRELY NEW styles, just received by steiuner Arabia; uIjo, a lirzo ??sortn'tnt o." tiiiuming ribbons. Just received from auction, entirely new, and very de' irablc. J. H. HOMER, 64 and OS Joh i street. STRAW BONR1T8 11?WILL OPEN ON M AY THIRD; 1(h) ii.es ladies' ?tr.".w and laoo bonnets. 19 misses " " Bloomers. " rnou's snd y ulh<'itraw hats. f. " boys' sad mleaei-' Leghorns, of Vyse --iin's import a tloma, all of which will b? sold at tho tow est nittket iiriies. for cash, by J. 11, IIOM hit, Nor. til and t3?J John St.,cor, Willi in, omawlh.-1-irTV CASSfl Of VERY RICH CANTON O crapi- shawls, (plain and embroidered,) havinir been per cbasod by iho suhkoriber previous to the present advance, hn ?an offer them at from I'i to 20 per ot r.t less tban the usual ?prices \ erv h<avy plain e.-apo *hi .vis, with ri h deep Tinges, 111 $10, #12 .mil #11; superb embroidered fr-in ?2l) to ?100. Also au exquisite aetortmerit of Irocb^, Cashmere, and other Frcnoh aud India shawls, of tho Hitcit fabrics. GEO. BULPIN, Uaatilla and Shawl Emporium, 361 Bro-.dwsy Doo iost?strayed from flushing avenue. East Brooklyn, on Sunday moi-nlng, a medium sized nlaek rs i wtoiindland doi.', with two small white spots on his brent Anyone returning Mm to Mr. Ji enh I'roit, Clasen sveti ie near >'hi?hing avenne, East. Brooklyn, or to No. H ( lint mi court, 13 Btekmau tlr < t, New Vor , \, iil be anitahly re arded. PET MALTESE CAT I OR SALT:.?THE < AT IS FI LL blooded, i* one year old, and has been brought up as n put *mnnpr-? children. Is very han l?on e inoiisi cnlor. Aiy one wishing to nurcbate it may address a note tu II. 11. )l.. jriiwhing P')(<t Olhcc. Price f5. _ OPORTING.?MAMMOTH N E W1 OCN DL\N D IM PS, O King Charlas spaniels St. Bcruard. Russian i ?ar do,'s, watch degs Ac. The above may be dependo i on as pure breeds. Inquire at 2C5 Water strctt. SPORTING MEN AND LOVERS OF. I UN, BE ON II \ MD for the New York Clipper to morrow. It will be filled with the richest kind of sporting new, besides a great vari ?Iji of ot be r spicy matter. Only two ocntj. TO OK.Vi l.I MEN ?AT THE SOI.It'lT\TION OF IMS pupils snd friends, a complimentary benefit will be Jivea to I'rut. ,TNO. WALKER, on Friday ovening next, at Irand street Ilall, four doors from Broartway. when those who Julio aill hut au opportunity oi viewing a eeleot ex liMMon of sparring The best professors and amateurs of rk? ?lty will take part. Tlckats to be had at tho hotoll. AffA,RSJLH5!!!!E?N C,TY' The Foreign Missions and the New York Post Offices. Political and Other Gossip, 4c., Ac., Jbc. TELEGRAPHIC. THE FOREION MISSIONS?THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW YORK AND OTIIER POSTMASTERS?MAJOR UOBBIE WILL NOT BESIUN, ETC. SFBCUI. CORKHBrOKDENOK OF TBI NHW TORK HKKALO. Washington, May 2?10 P. M. The for eign appointments were not taken up to-day in cabinet, tlie whole time being occupied in coniidering the New Yeik Pout Office*. Although no final decision was arrived at, sufficient progress was made to guarantee that the appointments in that State will all be made thi* week. In the matter of the post offices in Mr. Dean'.-) district, it is understood that Mr. Anaftle, a barnburner, gets the HudfOu ?flice, and Mr Pease, a soft shell, and editor of Mr. Marcj's organ, gets the Poughkcepsie office. The Albany and Buffalo offices ?tlll hang fire. Mr. Marcy must have done considerable talking to day, as he was quite hoarse after cabinet meeting. The tbree important mistlone?France, Russia and Mexico?are fixed as I telegraphed you Saturday. A ridiculous statement has been published in Severn 1 papers, to the effect hat Major Hobbie's health U so much impaiied that .he intends to rerign his office of First A? slsiant Voatxriastrr General, for that of Mail Agent. There is not ft word of (ruth in it. His health is better than it lias been for months, and tlieru is no danger of the Post Office Department being deprived of his valuable service''. The following postmasters have been appointed by the President:? Lucius A. Thomas, New Ha- J. ShepW, Massillon, Ohio. vin, Own. A. II. DUlitin, NortUBftM, Norinun Smith, Miildlotown, .Mass. Conn. Charles O. Eastman, Mont James B. Lyman, New Lon- puller. Vt. don, Conn. J. It. Roberts, Zanesvllle. O. J. W.|Ste<ln)?n. Norwich, Ct. J. L, Vattior, Cincinnati, O. Charles 1*. Swain,Nantucket, Wm. 8. Hadj^er, Aueusta, Me. Mats. 1>. F. Richardson, lianorer, W. S. Morphy Lansing, Mich. N. II. The delay in making the foreign appointments can be | accounted for by the fact that it is not intended to su persede any of the present incumbents till the com mencement of the fiscal year, the first of July. X. Y. Z. FROM THE REGULAR NKWsPAPKlt AOK.NT. RECEPTION OF HIL1TARY COMPANIES BY THE PRESI DENT?INTKKK3T1NU SPEECHES?THE NEW YORK POST OFFICES?THE GARDNER TRIAL, ETC. Washington, May 2, 1853. The volunteer regiment of this district, embracing seven companies commanded by Colonel Hickey, paradtd thin morning In front of the City Hall, and afterwards proceeded to the executive mansion, where they were re ceived by the President and cabinet. The officers then entered the Kant room, where the Presidcat made a brief and pertinent epeocli. He expressed himself much pleased at the soldier liko appearance of the companies, and regarded it as an ciuen of good that such evidences of correct military discipline existed among the volunteer tioops at the capital of the nation. He had heard that *ome provision was desired by the regiment for the better preservation of the public property committed to their charge, and would nssuro the gentlemen in command that everything that could be done with propriety, would be done to secure the desired object. He felt qaite sure that in any publie improvements of this description he should meet with the cordial co operation of the Secre tary of War. Col. Davis, who stood by the side of the President, bowed a ready a?sent. Col. Hickey resiocded.?He thanked the President for his kind allusions to the soldiers of the District. It would be thiir pride and pleasure to continue to endeavor to p-ove worthy of such couiirendations from m> liiph a quarter. It was very desirable that a rtpoaitory be pro vided by the national government, for the bettor preser vation of tiopliies of American arms taken from our ene mies in war. There were other improvement* calle.l for by tbe increasing claims on the military of the Dis trict, which he hoped to be able at the proper time to lay before the government. The Piesident and Cabinet then shook hand* with the officers, ami all withdrew. The scene was a gratifying one. All the remaining Postmasters it^the Stute of Nev York, at the disposal of the President, were appoints to day, eicept Albany, Troy, Schenectady, and Liulfilo. The nane* are kept close. In the Gardner case the full jury appeared this morn ing. Mr. Fendall explained his former htatemont in refer ence to t'enor Aguilar ; what he meant wa*, that he paid him $410, and that he understood Slucuni paid him $200 more in behalf of the government. The juror, Mr. Hor land, who luvd been sick, stated 1 e was not yet able to sit in the ca.- e. The defenco offered to gocn with eleven ju rors, which the prosecution did not agree to as the Circuit Court will wish to occupy the rJOsn Monday having twice adjourred ov??r to accommodate the Gard- j ner trial. Jud< e Crawford inquiied lio* much time would be requited to flnisti the ca.-e. Mr. May said the prosecuti. n could linish their rebutting te-tlmooy in two days. Vr. lhndley said the defence would then waut seme timo for ?ub rebutting proof. The Court then adjourned tho rase until Widtesday, n wa:k:Dg it would then InsLt on its going on. Washington (tOMip. [From the Washington Itepubhc. April 20 ] Ihc iemit, has l>icn. in tiio Pension Bureau, an in crease of full oi.e third in the an ount of business con summated during the month of April, with a con idera- , t'ly diminished toiee, over the amount accomplished in I the previous month, So, also in the Lar<d Oftio.' and In- | dinn Office back business is being ranidiy brought up. i Of course tho v higs in all these offices are working like ! homers, evn ulthout the stimulus of the fJccretarv'? nil- ' official Oat?ss the main hone for the retention of either j if them (the whig clerks; is in his ability to establish the , fuct that his tetvlces arc of great, value in proportion to j his pay. However, it is duo 'o Secretary UcCIelUud ti write it.at this apparent ruthles-ness toward < his own po- , luteal friends 1* in capital keeping with his ("onei-eisional record. In Congreis be was much of an "I i ill'' and "I ! won't" soit ofii man, always mo-te>?er to spoil the , schemes of noclhmeu claiming political affiliation with ; him, wli'.'n funcying that they were cor.tr.117 TO his own i straight laced notions of right and wrrng. I hope ti> be ulih to scud you a postscript anno uicirg the doings In Cabled council to diy, though of late the | folks around ti c White Iloufe arc getiiug as close as ; wax, moie espec! sily wlionento talnlrg the suspicion that j an inquirer designs revealing to the public iho fict that j thev have porfoimed an official exeeution. lheir coyness | In this connexion looks as though wo may possbly hare , an executive recommendation in tli? next mo-sago, t iking strong giouuds against the mora'It v of the dcctriue of , political prosciiption. But an inklln- will get out occasional/, in s;>ite of the bett devised plans to keep tectet matters p.'operly of pub l-'cisterest; o I m?y confidently assure you '.hat the telofrsphic despatches, Int'tus ting *ii:it Goorg.: Sauaders, l>q., of Ni w York city, ajid Colonel ' ony, 0: Cincinnati, are very likely to get foreign appointment#, are msnufac tnrfd to Order, c( ivhoie cloth. Tt lias been informally sett VI that they cannot be pro viewed for thus, until after their elders "are duly taken c>rc of. You l>noiv they ire the verv jonnj'st oi' Young An erica; and the lawb of good beee^ing, if not thOoO of questionable progress, imperatively demai.d that age shall take precederee of heaut,r. Mr. SrtuntlnM. though mildly ! RVflflf in tbe T)> inocrilh'c h'rvkm, is a gentleman of irri at personal amiability, b.nd will doubtless appreciate In Irs own esse, if not in that 1 f hU friend Corrr. the marked justice of this application to him el' of the good 1 Old golden rule 1 The iqundron of Commander Ringgold, soon to depart 1 to survey Rehrlng's .-'traits, will shortly sail from New ! York for Norfolk, where they will take in the'r 111 mament, ! iustrun<nU, &c. Lieutenant Iloi.inde is to command ! Conirodore itinggold's flng ship, the Vlnctnnes; Llou trant John Pogers. tho steamer Jidin Hanco:k; ''assed Midshipman Stevens, the Kenimore Cooper; and ?,leu tei ai.t Alonm I), favi.', the l'orpois:e. Xo commander has jet b*on designated tor tho rennining vs'sel of the sqnadri-n, the John P. Kennedy. Tho scientillo corps of tin' expedition will Ve r-mplojed ? pecin ly for the Occasion fttm cnil IKi, Purser Hoggs is 10 he the parser of the ] expedition 1 'earn that J. Prli'mor, Ksq a Clerk in th" Bnretu of 1 Provisions :!nd Clothing, lms been lemovod, Lucius II. J AHjn. K>q . b< ing promoted to bis desk, and a M'. Wor '!en, ofMicli fsn sppoluted in Ally n's stead This is the , flr t tr n ovnl and appointment In "tho Vavy Department. ] at W sstin ptcn, made since tbe Instalment of the Pierce ai'miiiistiation. The now Commissioner of Patonts. Judge Mston. of 'ova, now writes that he hopes to be able to onter on tlm dlfcharge of Ills duties by the 10th proximo. Governor Stevens nlll probably locate the territorial i ovejrniei.t of the new territory of Washington at Olyni p's, a thiiving village at tho head of Pugtt's Sound, wh'ch, It is thought in the land tKlice, is shortly to be cou e the great c?mnioicial capital of our northern Pacific ci ast possessions. The secret why none of the new American diplomatists design starting very soon on their respective missions < because they cannot be paid out of any appropri*' for the expenses of the current fiscal year. "Hiey ? , to have a vai v unanimous dread of trusting to Onmr or or fncto legislation for tbeir relief. AO of L u litTt been members of Congress themselves, I appre bend, and know how alight hope* tnuiblr men can enter tain of prompt legislation, in House or Senate, In an/ man's case. [From the Washington Republic, Anil 30.] I hear that there is an interesting squabble in progress over the Geneva (New York; postmastershi p, in which " the party's" choice finds himself almnut floored by the clergy 's man. Mr. Kelly, the democratic collector or tolls there is btcked by the clergy, who sign for him in great numbers. The frisnds of Mr. Parker, the editor of the Geneva Gaittte, (" tbe party,'') are furious over this un expected opposition to their man. and are down on the clergy in those diggings ''-like a thousand of brick." The mission to Naples k actively nought for by nearly seventy-five gentlemen. Senators, members of-the House of Representatves, ex-Senators and ex-Representa tives in Congress, ex Governors, ex-Foreign Ministers, stump speakers from everywhere, and not a few party editors, are on this list. Many of them possess the most ample qualifications, or they belie their reputation in Washington, where tbe capabilities of public men are prettv well known. The reason why that particular posi tion is so much more sought after than any other, lies in the fact that Naples is the cheapest place on the oonti Dent in which to live like a gentleman; and that while the duties of an American charge there are almost wholly nominal, his commission affords him facilities for whiting away his time in elegant trifling, such as are to bo enjoy ed by men about town nowhere else under the snn. Colonel James Wall, of New Jersey, ha<l an imposing chance for this office, shortly after tbe rejection of Gen. E K. V Wright's application for the chargeshlp to Switz erland. Dut Senator Wright of their State has put him quite hers dv cc/mbat. It seems that Mr. Wall is very unfortunate io two par ticulars ; that is, in being the brother in law of ex. Governor Peter D. Vroom. who has the honor of being the head and front of the little anli monopoly wing of the bar monious in New Jersey, and in hiving exerted him self to prevent the nomination upon which Mr. W. Wrictht was recently elected to the United ttales Senate. So the Senator dtc'iees death to his hopes: aud to compass that end be is urging the appointment of Stephens, Esq., of Newark, a travelled gentleman, to the same position. This division of the party in Mew Jersey on this subject, injures that no Jerseymau can get the office, more "spe cially an well nigh all creation el evhero is striving for it. Mr. (liailes Skeltf n was here ye=terdiy for Mr. W.ill 1 have repeaWdly hemdot lute that a rich firm of San Francitco- Johnson k Co.?offered to build the San Fran ciico mint, ai d furnish the necessary machinery, as well as to supply the site fo>- the mint building, at"#150.000 less than the bid of Mr. Barton, late loremau of Mr. Samuel Strong which was accepted, and then transferred to Curtis, Perry & Ward By way of netting this matter at rest, I nm able to write that no such proposal was pro perly before tbe Treasury Department. It was witli diawn before tbe bidr were opened. I.ueky fellows were Messrs. Johnson & Co. in withdrawing it?otherwise they might have enjoyed the pleasure of working very hard for Uncle Sam' for a twelvemonth, and then finding out that they had paid about $190,COO for tire privilege of doing so. The grand result of Mr. Postmaster Goneral Hubbard's contract for the great low-pressure mail on the Mississip pi, bids fair to prove something like a .set-off for the un expected very heavy cost of the department's future ser vice in the i ection recently let. Thus, to supply the liver post offices and those depending on them, with the way mail facilities incident to the terms oi the new ar taDgen ont, would cost the department SCO,200 in tho four years moie than is to he paid to Glover & Mather for the transportation ofboth malls?express and way mails; the former being much the most important to the community at large, though thus thrown into the bar g?in, as it were. There aie some dozen Ohio politicians (democrats) now in Washington looking after their state's share in the current distribution of the spoils. These gentlemen are in agonies in anticipations of the appointment of (io vernor Wood to the Brazilian mission. They have writ, ten to the President that Ohio asks no firs", class mis sion, being quite willing to let ambitious gentlemen from otter States monopolize all such places, provided her ftekers after minor offices are libsrally dealt by. The Governor is literally without friends in Washington from h<. me all that delegation concurring lathe declaration that he owes his prebent position altogether to the re maikbble combination of negative qualities in hit char acter. When one pokes at them his famous majority of twenty five thousand votes as evidence that there must be something in the man, they poko back again the fact that more than one boy on the State ticket, at the same time, was elected by a majority three thousand greater than his. The Governor was a candidate for re nomina tion recently, only withdrawing on the night before the convention opened, on finding that be eould get but thir ty out ol the three hundred votes in that assembly. It seems that all the whips there are opposed to his appoint ment?"Rude Boreas," of Fruit Hill, heiDtt as m.ucn dis ?;runtled at the prospcct as Colonel Medary aud hi* riends. Messrs. Comfort Whittlesey, of Ohio, (son of Klisha Whittlesey, Comptroller,) and John West of Alexandria, Virginia, were removed trom tbe office of the Sixth Au- ' ditor to day. So *as the me.--,e?i;7Ar of tho Secoud Comptroller. Prcfcbylej Inn Boartl of Foreign Missions. The regular onnflal meeting of the Presbyterian Boa id of Foreign Jli,scions war Leld yesterday afternoon, in llie Mission House, corner of Eeado and Centre streets It; v. Gardiner Spring, D. I), presided, and Rev. Jaiues Mc Donald officiated as Secretary. As thin was merely u business meeting there was nothing of particular interest to the public in the prrcecaiugs. with the exception of the adrptirn of the report for the past year, an abstract of which apprerrd in yesterday's Ueii.mo. This report will be gent to the Geneiiil Afi-eiubly. which i* to meet at rhiladelphiu on the 19th innt. The following are the officers e'ectcd for the ensuing year, .ill of whom, with two exceptions. served during the past twelve months : - i'l-ctidtni- Gardiner Spring. 1) 1). Vice PretMenf*. Mr. Silas n< !u.es, Mr. Jame;. Blake. " Gecrge Brown, " John T. McCouo, " Kemey Johns. ?' JoVin M. McCalla. " Sidtey A. Baxter, " (ieorge W. strong, ?' Nathaniel Kwirg, l; Walter H. Lowric, " Alex. C. Henderson. " Matthew Newkhk. Era iiLii? Q.vimUlte. Fct. "Win. W. Phillips. I) D., Mr. .lamo* Lenox, '? J J. Jan* way. 1)1)., '? Robert Carter, ' H. N. Brir r made. D.D , " Robert I<. Stuirt, " George Potts, ]< I) . ? W. M. Halst?.d. " .Ismc i M. M ictloi al l, '? Walter Lowrio, ex. off'. '? J. G. I*owrie, ear off, ?' Win Rankin, Jr ex o,f. Correipondinp Sccretat ies Mr. Walter I.owrie, Rev John C. Lowrie. Ca> rj;r>o Secretary- Rev Jatnfs. M. Macdonald. fiMltii'er-lir. William Rankin, Jr. Audi'ors Mr. Jame^ Donaldson. Mr. Thomas Prinze. Horticultural Society. Hie monthly meeting of the above society was lield yesterday evening at the new loooo, 600 Broadway. Mr. Ar.thi.ny, in the chair. The minutes of the last monthly meeting having been read and adapted, Mr. Chari.es OAKLKY-?tit<id that, with regard to the society'* exhibition in June, every effort had been made by the committee appointed for that purpose to obtain a suitable place. They had applied, firstly, to the oorporr tion for permission to erect * tent In L'nion Park; but tliclr application had not been favorably 'cceived by th*t body, who were fearful that damage would be done to the grass and flower plats. An attempt hud b<><'n likewise irad* io obtain the. one ol ihe Alitor Place HltiO for that puipote; but this was sl.-o iueffaotuil, from the fact that 1h?building w,i. to be demolished in ihe cours^of the pre K)t month; sod co&scquontly, they w old bo obliged to full >.?ck upon Metropolitan il .11. 'ihe secretary, Mr P. B. Mud gave on account to the ii rt t ng of the rerot'ai ions that had been carried on w ith the Piei-ideot of the Civstnl Palace Association respj:t u g the holdirg <>t ?their exhibition in tint building ch, hewtver. h?d resulted in nothing, nor had even on Answer h on i d ived to their communication 113 wfuli', therefore, o ove that the committee appointed for ti at 1 urjo.-e he discharged. Which motion, having been put to vote \ as cirritd unanimously. Mr W ('. I' W/.MiKr.i, propo'cd that an ofer should be n.aflt to the Crystal Palace Association, that meinlmrs of their ie:efj . ? (rht exhibit plants arid Ooflfrs outside the build! 1 g, In the vhe int ppftco. irrespecttvi lv of their own wH'b 'he vacant rround round the txterfor of the build * 'onfiu to.'.! n6 speciuj plan 1 b?en thought tijCDi He, had accordingly suggested that the best; in v oi:'d he to 1st out such vacant --ptce a-; a yarden, where n 1 n; individual' who had line plants in their po<s ssion WOufd be happy to di play tbein, and which wetiM al-0 nve as an ornannnt. Such n resolution would hive 1 o hing to co w ith the Heiety's .liti)" exhibition, but only five to ghe thos? who wished it an opportunity of dis playing ar y elioico plants that they might happen to 1.11 \He had been told tiv Mr. Iiucbmian that many pi; ctirnl gardei.ers v 011 Id Wie to avail themselves of the m'vanlsi.e of exhibiting in thm< -pace 11 <? ,nd the Cn stai I a':.ce that n ight be allotUd to : 1 -/u. Mr. Miad said that be was dceidtdly opposed to any II <h step being tnVi n. rvj*cii lly a* ;Iip m.-ent tiura. wlxn tln-y were about. 10 get up an exl.ib ion of tliclr 0' 15. Mr OiKtlTmoved as an ?rr?'ni!ment, flint ,1 committee should b? appointed to Mi r with iho 1'iystal P<il?oe /.-rtcia ion > 0 ho nhjtet ol' plncirs the mc'iut, gr^ ittd untflde tin building at their disptoul, for 1 lie purpose 01' allot!irg it out amofig tncli of their members a- might Hi h to exhibit. He thought that It would be a Capital o] 1 "i tiiiity let practical gardeners* ibis wo- agrwd to: and alter -orna iemark< from the Titii'Uier upon appointing a weeklj n . imbh, similar to U rt of the Fltnit r.-' Clul). for the purjo "s of conv " a ticn. tiv t> n tir.s adjoi.rned. -iveral choice plants ond flowers were exhibited, as mil ascripe tine cabbngt, letli oe, ami a few specimens 01'celery, which had be?n iai-cd by K. A. Stevens, bq cf Hol oken, N. J. Hatlne AiTalrs. Pirm or Cait. Wood ami Ckp.w ?We are gratified ti ham fiotn Mr. J. G Kay. the ciork of Mie steamer (tor don, that she passed the light Ship yesterday at % pa<t " ??' 'nek, and saw a boat going alongside the Light Sh:p ' apt. Wood, crew and provisions The steamer did T to le.p .11 luiUier particulars. Collector Boston ecoired Mt?> from the clerk of the ateamer to t .. .um# tf ?,?Savannah A'cim, April 20. American Medic*! Ami- *^on Among the many interesting meating* mJ??1 w'" pWoe during anniversary week, we may rafntloj 'n Par ticular the Convention of the American Medical Asa*.'01* tlon, which wlB be held to-morrow. This la the seventh annual meeting, and the first ever held in New fork Shortly after Ks organization, in 1847, a convention WH held in Philadelphia, at which there waa a very large representation of the modlcal faculty from different aedions of the Union. The greate.it in terest waa manifested in it? proceedings, and when the aecond annivertary was celebrated in Balti more, during the felJowing year, there waa a more numeroua attendance still, the number being about one thcucand. The third annual meeting wai held iu Bowton, the fourth in Cincinnati, the fifth in Charleston, and the sixth in Richmond. The American Medical Association wai established for the laudable purpose of diffusing the knowludge of medi cal science, and circulating the o^crrations and dis coveries ma<le by medical men in the United States. The convention which will be held to-day, is ex pected to be of more than usual interest, as there will be seTi-ral hundred physicians from different parta of Kurope, and some from Canada. During the visit of these gentlemen to this city, tliey will Le entertained by our resident physicians, and ex-Alayor K'tgsland and Senator Fish have already extended to rrnie of them the hospitalities of their homes. Our medi cul K'lests bave also been Invited to a grand dinner, wliio'i is to be given at Metropolitan Hall on Thursday next, and on 11 e tollowinj day they will visit the hospitals and other bet evoleut institutions, under charge of the Alms House department. The fallowing is the committee appointed tc ma! e the neceseary arrangements (or the entertain iiunt of the visiters.? Dr. John G. Adams, James R. Wood, John Wat-on, W. Del mold. J.'icliscii Button, Bepj. Ofcden, M m. H Jackson. Edward E. Beadle, Henry D Bui;ley, John II. Griscom, Charles B. Gilman, Wm. II. Van Buren, Geo. I1'. Woodward, Wm. Rock w? 11, Br. Thomas Ward, " Charles I). Smith, " B. Fordyoe Barker, " Robert Watts, <! S. Conant Foster, " J- W. G. Clen>enta, (? Isaac E. Taylor, " Joliu O. Stouo, " tieor^.e A. Peters, " James S. Coo]?er, " Charles Ilurschcl, " Gurdon lluok, " Jaied Linsley. The American Medical Society In Paris. MI MBKR8 IIWJI !~AttI.Y APMtlTKD PIXtfE ITS INSTITUTION" Kov. 15, 1861. '' Actine Members. Robert R Mellvaine M. 1> of Ohio. I. Wibb Scott J. T. Uj-deeraff ' Edmund W. Burton ' Sicney L. Ilabcwck...... ' Samuel Cloppin ' Gilbert S. Vuico " Elias E. Wilson " Remain Sclila're " I'd ward J. Ret"bert " Francis C. Ellison " Alex?nd< r I. femines.... " Junius A. Brifgs " Benjamin J B.Davis.... " William H Mutfey " H. RowUr.d Walton " Christopher Happoldt... >' J F. M. Gedding* " Thomas Bevan " Walter F. Atlee " Avoustua Alison " R. M. Jones " Charles H Dowries " John R. r?fo ' William A. Conway " William C Ravenel " J. Gibson Dudley " John G- Brcdnax " F. W. Schley " N. J Pittman " William H- Perry " John F. Wright " Daniel D. l.'etwiler " D. R. Haguer " William C. Horlbfck .... " Benjamin Yreoland " I hilip C. Williams " Ih. Hewson Rache " William H. McComba ... " Winslow l.ewis " Jubn Williina. " J. Duval " p. J. Brecketridge " ( V "topher Jobaaten ... " Jaroes M. Tomlin. on.... 4 ? Robert W Gilbes, Jr.... " Lewis W. Oakley " Howard Townsend " J B Lirdflev " William K. Johnston.... " Wiil'am T.u* " Geotge i'onr.c " At a S. Linthicum " F. P?jt>c Porcher " Jr.bn P. Reynold " Rene Ravenel " Julius F l or cher " Samuel Gowrdin " Aoino B. Hall " WilliamS Haisev " Wm. B FitieM " C. B Hutchin* , 1 Stunt) c CfrolBon " Kkunah Williams " Charles Grerbam " B. I. Bail " II U Bogvra " (luirleaS B' ker " IhcinasII Graves 1 t rancis Va on " " Kentucky. " Ohio. " Pennsylvania. " South Carolina. " Louisiana. " Pennsylvania. '? I outsiaua. " South Carolina. " Georgia. " Dint, of Columbia. " Virginia. " Pennsylvania. " Ohio. " Marj land. '' South Carolina. '? Ohio. " Pennsylvania. " Kentucky. " Ohio. '? Virginia. " Looi-dana. " South ('arolina, " Virginia. " Georgia. " North Carolina. " IKst. of Columbia. " Ohio. " Ponnsylvaoit. " Dist. of Columbia. " South Carolina. " New York. " Virginia. " Pennsylvan'a. " Tennessee. " Massachusetts. " Maryland. Kentucky. " Maryland. " IndUnv South Carolina. " New York. ii ii " Te?n rr.-ice. " New Vork. " Connecticut. " New Jersey. " Maryland. " South CaroHni. 11 Massachusett.-. " South Carolina. Massachusefts. Ne w York. Masfachus.-tt-. Penosylvauia. Ohio. Virginia Mi ssnchusotts. New Yo k Pennsylvania. Missouri. Viiginia. Honorary SfrmUrs I rofofsor Alexander J. Weddeiburne, of I oulaiani*.. I cclor 1 h'l'ppe lticoid " l'arrs I*iofe.?sor tainuel Jackson " Ponnsvlvania. Poctrr Claude Be.rnurd " Paris. " Ieroy d'Kimlles " " rro'estor Jibn G. Wa'ifn " Mnssachusett1. I'ct tcr C S J Goodrich. Am Consul at l.yon.i. France. Professor Ceorge B Wood of Pennsylvania. Doc'orP. C Gorch '? Virginia. i'mfcsrcr Panil. Henry McUson '? South Carolina. " ReulK-it B. Mus. ey " Ohio. " M B Wright ' " rrirUtgrd Mrmlier. Mr 0 Faaicrllng of South Carolina. " O Metcalfe '* MUaismppi. " E'riek I armly " Now Yoik. " Alfred Meic'er *' Louisiana. " Ci M. 1 iehclbenrer " South Carolina. Dp. Henry I. Miding *' Dreaden,8?*ony. ? Kiirlecbaible " B.?dcn, Gcrm'njr. Mr IVIIx (inibourd 11 Missouri. 0. Hinley, Mil., M H.C.S , (ionilon) " Kdlnburgh, .Scot' Mr A. wtrsjM " Venezuela 3. A. '? .1. Mi;rniy " l'uhlin, In land. " A'pxander Wieland " Cuba. Ptofe- or C. f.e Iliiehbatiet '? Kicr, Russia. II MaCi.o, M.I)., M.IIC.S, (l.cndon) " I'evon, Eoglani. llr. Augustus Hamlin " Maine. Krcm the 1 ookti of the ?oc'ety. K li WII.SON. CorrespondLng Sccrstiry pii tmpore. I'llris, .April 16, 1(?53. Active m>nifcers 70 Honorary " 12 Fi iTiloj^cJ " .Id WilHnmstmrg City Intelligence En iiway Bcbbkry.?A ship carpen'er named Wil'.iam M>'K!ni>* icy, was kneoked down bv ft party of tl?s|>er;i do?e, on the corner of Uwen awl farshill strep''", abiut two o'clf ik yesterday irorning. Iho villains, afW ?>??.. t ing him in a most frightful muni er. rubbed him of $10 and then left him laying nearly insensible on tho kido wft'k No ane?ti havo yctbeeti made. Blew*jxo STOW Goods ?A man named M, Stock, do ing at No. fi03(lrat)d 'trcot. New Yoik, was yes trn'n* held to toil by Justico Eotwell, to timwera chirge ef lecehlng i-tob n gordn. "iho complaint U prcferri'l upainst 1 im by Conr.ul Sle'nba >er, a slice waiter, doin; bi hir.'ss at No. 110 Marshall *t- c't, who icon -uv hi in o bav rg from tin;o to time purchased about 9100 worth ?f brot? . ud sbe'es from 1'rcidoline He-man. an appronti :c in hi: urijlo^ knowiijjjtbe tppio to have been siolen. Jtixy City Intelligence. iMl'lioviMKNTfl?Mill Creel;, the we.tern bound.iry line of J? r ev City, and connecting with the bays Coroinunl in ^ aril Hobnken. is to be dividid inlo acmsl of one li nd.td ft it, an^l frcm it sewers are to run to the Uua pod tlnough eveiy al ornate street. The work is to be c< n n.fii.,1 d at an tarly day. CoMvji Cornell?The i ew n embers of the B>*rd neie sw rvn iri la-t ni<h*. V. B l'etts ives elflc'od IVi si dint ar-d soeial unsuccessful attempts wcie made to ?tic' n clirk. Coroners' Iii(|i?ota So.*! i hi to I ratr ? An inque-t was yestetday held by Ccicmr Gamble, at llie house No S'2 St Mark': pine?, upnilic body (I FrnRe.it, K. Hagan, a child tvo yen s asd two numbs old who died on Sunday night from fCiild-i<ceived on tin 13'h u't. . a pot of boiling co.r?-' Vat iiijt b?on np?et over its head and nock The jury ren deml a verdic" of iwcidouiai death. ria.AiKY c? nv OV Mk. Wm S< ncvi>:r --Thebody ( i Mr Win Sr ep n rrierchant of Albany, who h ot In e?i ii,i," inv 1-ii.ci' the tKd of ?!eo last., was i'oand jester iln> in the )? ?st riv>T -M o -b at 'g Hook, by a cinsl host man. (tronor 0'J*< ;?t,oI' h, id no inquest on the body, i.r.il ill, luiy ii-ndeie l h vfrrtiol of accidental drowning lt?r* >uppo?ed thai the i'e ?.? isl bad Is-en robbed aail inciil?r?d; but, Ms icoi y jeweliv i>nd tiro watches being mi his person whin bis body was recoverid, and no markp of vinler.cc up >ti it, ad aoptehenslons of such he!n;j ih? case wore dispelled A-ewardof if.WO had been of feird for the recovery of the body, Mr Schuyler was of the fit in of Pehnyler'fc Co.. and trannat t.cd * large bn-,i ncsa in the towing line between this eiiy and Al.nny, He was about < 6 years of sge. and resideil in AlliHiiy at which placo his remains will be interred. A negro man by the name of Sam, the propertv of Mrs. B. Cohen,was shot in Savannah on tha 23d nit., by James W. WiUou, utt hl? DoiUi???l corner at Hiriui sod Farm straet?. Wilson iinuiedU'elr gave himself up U> Ma atrs'.a P M. Ki.aiAl, a.'4 m 1 nl^d iu jail. Moving Day In Vnr York. I ortunately, the weather for the but few <J?y? has been I m> flue that the general moving on the first of *Uy, to wl ic'i so many familei an compelled to submit, him not been any great privation. Indeed, when calmly consider ed, inch an annual turning out la not unaccompanied with some attendant advantages, If it were only the gen eral scrubbing and robbing which errrj article of do mestic use is made to undergo; and the white washing, cleaning, and tltorougb ventilation of pent up roonoe, fiom which, during perhap* the last six months, all fresb air bad been rigorously excluded. Kay moving this year, has certainly been extensive, and likewise pretty general; no cla.su in particular having been excepted from its peremptory maudatvs. Up town and down town, East river side and North riverside, hare all furnished their quota to swell the cumber, and If the statistics of thi* year's moving could be accurately obtained, we have n? doubt that it would be foand one of the most universal for some years past. The store keepers, who arc generally a stationary class, have furnished more than an average quantity of removals on the present occasion, aud even Justice herself has been carried away witli the movement?the police court for the Fifteenth and Seventeenth wards, that was situated at the corner of the Bowery aud Tliird street, having removed to a temporary location at the corner of the First avenue anil Fifth street, until the new building intended for the above purpose in erected in that vicinity. In liko man ner our religious societies have moved off en matte, the initiative having been given by the American Bltle Society, who accommodate many of tho<e bodios in the 1?MI building recently erected uptown, between the 'ihird and fourth avenue*, and opposite Aster place. The Bible Society are, however, already partly domlciliat ed, baring removed a few weeks ago; and tome of tluir departments, namelv. those appropriated to the folding and stitching, as well a:' bookbinding aud type setting, me in anti\e operation; but their machinery is not yet all set up, hi d some weeks must elapre before every thing will lie in working order. A visit then will be one of the sights of our city, for we doubt whether such another establishment, for convenience of woikhhops, can be found either in Knropo or America. The flr.-t floor, or as it is lometimes culled, ground tloor of this pile of bullings, consists of .stores, the whole of which, with the exception of four, are already let, pome of them opened, and the others preparing to do so likewise. The second 11 jor ii occupied by the American Bible Society, the American IVaidof Commissioners t'er Foreign Missions, the Ameri can Home Missionary Society, tho Children's Aid Society, the Kpisoopsl Foreign Mission Board, aud the Society Li brary. This last society have temoved their books from thwir eld pr> mites in Broad -av, Apple ton, the publisher, having purchased the building, und where he intends hereafter to carry on his extensive business. Workmen are now busy 11'. ting up the society's new quarters, and the bookcases and shelves are nearly ready, nothing much more rimaining to bo done but to arrange the books, when tbe apartment* will he ready for the convenience of the members, lheir suit of apartments consists ot live rooms, three of which are appropriated to the libra ry, and part of the fourth, which I< the raiding nu m. This latter is situated at the southeastern ariile of the building, and is lighted with flvo win dows ? time on the south side and two on toe ci.st. With repaid to light, this room is very well situated, but it cannot compare with the society's reading room in their old building, for use or ventilation The Coloniza tion Soc'ety, tho icclety for Meliorating the condition of the Jews and Female Guardian Society, have removed into apartments on tho third floor ;betides which, the House of Befoge and Mr. Saoltzer, architect, have tiken offices on tl'.c same floor. The other floors are occupied by the American Building Society with their workshops, but some weeks will elap.-e fcefoie .his vast buildlcig will be in a jegtilar state. C'Uy Intelligence. ' IMTERUL JIAIBITY THK EilPKROR OK Him a COVTRIBrT Saniuol curu^l ttri1-?f Har ,o th<* *? Y?ik <*?*" 0 ^K^0re?', . 1 hundl, Brazil wood, ~ do Chocolate out*. l ,l()i lr.^0,,,1 ' 1 paciago yellow wax, 1 package silkwood bark 1 .!n V'J'r 1 ' 1 1,0 t'OPlterwoud bark, 1 oo. nuudnc H, 2 chairs 2 bo*,? sullp, 1 bale Hayti homo, 2 pieces Iignumvitic, i un cagt'or *' 1 t ackage starch 1 do hon#v. I do. mineral cn?j. 1 block mirble, 1 bundle rotewood bark, 1 piece nuhocanv. a pieces futile, ^ ? llw U*t *r?i-lr weighs nearly three tons. /r? M?rcantik library Association, . J" l1'!" ??"?.?;*, do not lufenil to remove before H? y n tlju ensuing vi>?r. Itwillt.ke at least t Jat length of tia;e to got ready a new editicu. as it Ihtir l&Uutxn lo d. moliali the A<t?r Opera Hou w mil erect .noil er building on tie K Nothing done Ill the way f.r demolition, nor have the committee as jet .elected ? i.ee,pn. lln; lecture room of the above socleiy has been divided ell ln'o apartment,., which are now teing fitted op as oftices, and will be to let t.o 1 ent cccupants. This alteration lias tak.-u so.no time to ct> a"> !'<;m fb<( peculiar sha.e of the lee ore too n it was very little adapted f?T the purple, for which ir L now int.niltd, and tbo interior of ttje Clinton H.lt buikl Irg ma;/ be f aid rather to have been re built tbau modi tied to meet, its altered clicumstances To enumerate all ti e motinga io and out of Ne.v York City, diiiing .1,0 |, hf vocK ani, ye8ter(JaV) ,VOuM ^ . posnb.llty ; it has been un almost general lurn out but dots not appear to great as it actually was, t'ro.u the fact that many moved cn .Saturday, and ^ome eveuon the 1W W l"V V,?1 ?rht "f M"* tbu* d vidiug !!m,l1.'ber. which, if the moving had been all on a T i -i ' , u. ,"n<1 '>e'n considerably swollen above vhat -t ms osteiday. N. twithstanding this, however ..? ntinber jeste.d.y ^,y l\rge aud began almost fll 1 ,g ,"0t long after sunsel. . 'V.e .?V<r J Brooklyn and Williamsburg ,e,? like vise well attended duriuj the whole of the day, manv fa milies beii>g determined to try their luck on the oilier side. The moving ha certainly been very general, und ?o the city extenos up?rnlr, wo m- v foon e?p,?ot t-j look u on , iiicn qware ?s the eentiat pciut. The >etail ?tove k.ei ei. down town are gradually inovirg up Broad ,a. i hl h* "/ private houses in the streets belt, y , tbamb-is street a.e being fast transferred into lJr,e \jL?.leMie warehouses, ilus gradual encroachment of icc eas.ng eomir eree is now developing it.e?l on a mud tl?e In8,' ,u.'!h."m"Vnflst c?erPy a-uming to its-It all rliu, ? * i *;f 'be City '11,is -as cvi.edgreu changes troong a class of ttor?keepers who are not go mi ally Inclined to tal:e si:c'? rtej.a. Ti;k Oil) Eiblk Ilorsn ?Workmen were busily eng?re,l dun. g the day In ckanng out the remaining W>W tie fixtures a, ,1 other material- belonging to tho Ameri can I.ibie society, that bad n.?t been nreviou.'lr reinowHi to their new iremi:es up town. The old building in >a-Httu stieet, from ffb:ch they bave j,t?t removed ind which has been tor fO many 'oar. in th-ir possession will he oeoupie,! hy the l apti-t Bible Fooiefv but nre \u u. lv to entrance, tlieie will bo added another storv ti the ] reseat building. ' A>mvkt.saiiy, Hay lGtli?Five rolnt? House of Indue try. at the Tabernacle, o'clock. 1'. M U8' OrmrAns romnc Par.-Mes.rs. II. n. n?Tiock John 1 at ers. n :-nd A'bert Matthew, v,e-e appointed examio u? lor candidates for tdmh ior. to the bar on Thjr?<?y vmr roATTOHonm rnn>, Fecii^TK.t ?The boat Ruse b.a la]?t. Cbartii- \Hi?gh;iji% bt'loiigiii^ to ti.f NVv York and U-noHCi\alley t'un.l I.lr.e, ?hlch wds loaded at Ci (.nwnrgi.i, nu.e Hou-h o, Hocbester, arrived at this port on Minda.,, atlJ o clock, with a full load of Hour o? t Cmiy, t.nd is the first boat through fi. id 1>, chesfn tin. iCprin.<. ^ rr.N-DTs' Stkikt. ll,e book an.l job printers oftlil ciiy turn,d out >e-t?rday on the strike an! Ilx?-1 U," h.: r - at ianiniHny Hall In tho evening they t.1,1 ? it, (ting ?t Iountnln Iltll, in tho Bowery, n?"> Ot and stiee' ^ hi el i W..S lnuely attouded and much emhuM-.i-nt exhibited by tho-o present. Kim .V'crK.\An icddcnt .,f a fatal n-.liueocc . red j < -teiu:y ?lttri:o-;n In tie Twentieth ward, in com o,.<rc;,.fa hor eatia-hed to a ^ agon, In which were Mr To.iri Nil ikiu o?nl Tdfo ber. ? on the -?rnorof i'lw.kor ;m \ Bark ?trtet.?, tali.Af fright ?nd running away. Us. U - ' kin wna i| ro? ? ?o W|ffce. J ?' to hf ulnu-.st iLsir.'/Dtlv Mile,| rii. u'! m"?h vjol ncc by the Twentieth ~ud po!' ?? ,, n,,i i:]' "" ? dlbt'dan inquest this n.orr rr u w?wm.l>1' ~"lv Iniiiri,1 r... | , , . ,rj' Murkln being lii.r geioi. _v *'jurtu, cariid t<i < p U '.pital 1-t'NFBAi^?.Several of ot.r bene olent ?col?ttes "*re outon rfiituay, pajirg their Jast tub . of i-espe-t to u'e I n" ( , V! " ?? ' r reajiectivo oideis. Aimine others w< noticed the New Vo^k t'atl.olic lempemnce a!fo' I ca irn, the number* of which attended in considerable ni mbers prrttd.d by Mtnabau s brass bxtd. The OH en? KcolM.tr and other lodges of the l'rCe Mason, like w-se alien, cd t.-.e funeral o' a, uecrnsid member of their , "ider o (>rt < nwood ( emetety, ate, ?ipan!e,l by Shelton s btOfS land; and the H?d/m Hose t'omnany \0 "| !' loimtd a unnlar duty toward* a colleague. ' ' II.MXtD,?It tomet'me* happens tiint Fire fomrmie ? *1." tro .'tiger to wait even for the aio,vil (r.inii' e bell, throtif-h a laudable desire to he lir-t ai d foremn, tte tpot 11,is overweening zeal fnr V 'ori r,^ 1. ade the fohject ef practice! joke., and lit this w,v V," 14 1i .pine Company were delue.-d m, K,-iday iifvht 'b'v a ii ea-engrr who ean e po?t hs--e ,.if. ib, ne , ? ! i , Wodlron street, near Koo.ievelt or,tirt,ri v? it i'V, **<?**? ":yn ,hp fv.ni'e memW^r 'tl"',' c ^ Ini" tfat t !r 'T'? fo tai.o uo .:,'?ut hf'e.P,' i i,^'1 .1?1 ?n "?pxrc:t, d tr.nrch, net on i r ? ir tt ,'? m" ?ti rival engine eompanif>?, and be iiu , M l" .'oLt T v.7 #ceor(1,,! lr '"ade the! w ,v to the apt . Inted apot wi 1, unaccnatm, ed ,ilmee. ?r.d only n, Itedt" find that tlu> had beeo hoaxed. The alarm ??!? a fal e et,e there was no tire, an 1 tb"r had, ac<-0 l irgl?, to bend their atep, back ehewiog the cud of r- ll-c ?Metal : l ir.men, 4?it f.., the bell, and let all ?tart rut- 1 ngine rempany No. 22 were similarly hoaxed b it foisiid out their error in time, not, however, before the. had Maittd. * ArtiDRNT ?YcMeiday afternoon, oflicer I/igan, of the >rc?'tnl I'atiol District, attache 1 to tha Chief's oflice. was revrrely Injured in consequence of being struck on the head by a large sign which fell from the old buildinir in court* of demolition at the coiner or V'olton street and Broadway. He was removed hy hi, fallow offloara ?.* ,0 ?h? New Yo.-k Hosi.iiai' wher# be sow remains, in a vet/ fetinuui situatiua. ' NEWS BT TELEGRAPH. The New England Methodist Conference and the Slavery ttneetion. THE NATIONAL TV POOR APICAL CONVENTION. ffAABAJVT FOR 8PRISC8 CS.BCOT1M. RAILROAD AND MARITIME ACCIDENTS, Ac-, Ac., Ac. The Wew Eugl?nd Hcthodlit t'oi?l?r?nfe. ADOPTION OK KKKOLtTTIONS IN KATOB 01* rB080BIB INO VOAVNTABY SLAVKIIOI.PKKH, hi*. Bohtov, May 2, 1853. At the FAKBian of the Methodist Conference at Ipuwleh, to day, the Committee on Slavery reported the foil siring series of resolutions, which, after considerable iliacuwiiow, were adopted.? First?That, as a conference, we ate a* fullr and deeply convinced an ever, that all voluntary slaveholiBng, or tk? holding of sliwres in bondage for the s?ko of traui, under any circumstances, in a tN grant sin against Go4 and bus manity. Second?That it is our deliberate and settled opinion, that no more persona guilty of the sin of slaveholding' should be admitted as members into our eburch. Third? That we are fullv persuaded that if a proper discipline were duly administered, or if the spirit even of our present discipline were fully carried ont, all volun tnry slaveholders wculd soon be either liroight to repen tance and reformation ot life, or for the sin of slavehold ing be expelled from the church. Fourth?That as there is a difference of opinion at to whether our discipline, as it now read., would exclude such persons from our aommuaioii, it is-tlie-sense of this coufeience th.it ti e discipline sho.ild be so altered and amended as to lucludo u well defined a>jd clearly ex pressed rule prohibiting their reception into the c>m innnion of the Methodist Episoopal Church. The Convention ufier passing rosolutl'iua in favor cf the Maine law. resolved to send Ave delegates to repre sent the oonft-ronce at the World's Tuuiperu&ee Con vention . Movement* of Prlntrr*. THE NATIONAL TYPOOKAPHICAI, UNION?PHOCRKD INGB BELATIVK TO THE TWO UNIONS XH NEW YOKE CITY, ETC. 1'rmiBORO, May 2, 1SG3. The National Typographical Union met this morning in our City Hall. There was a large attendance, and n;ne States weie represented. The following subordinate Unions wore added to the Charter:?Rochester, No. 15; Chicago, No. 16; New Or leans, No. 17. An application front the Coo j>erativt? ITnica of New York city was presented. Their delegate, Mr. Smith, was ad. mitted temporarily in the convention. After a long iMs cuttuou. a resolution was olTercd that, owing to> circum stances existing in New York city, and nut in other loca lities the Union deem it expedient that two organiiat>oa? should exUt theie, subordinate to the National Union. A waiin disOf.si.ion followed, and pending a motion to ataood, by granting the application of the Cooperative Unioa, the convention adjourned till 3 P. M. AFTHWOON sWflOX. Upon reassembling, the application to charter the New York Cooperative Union was rejejted Mr. Smith m?(fe an able defence tor the Cooperative Union. m contposiug the mass of the printeri In N*ew York, and eoioying thn contidence of employers. On motion, Mr. imith was admitted unanimously to a eeat during the convention, without the privilege of voting After the appointment cf several committee*, ike Uni on adjourned until to morrow, at 0 A.M. The Mntiorsl Union will be in Fusion some day* A bull is to be given the Union on Wednesday tright, bf the Pittsburg Union. EO?TON PRINTKR8 ON A STRIKE. Bomtom, May 2, 1S63. A meeting of journeymen printers, einploj ed' on the morning newspajers, ?an held on Saturday eranlag, at T.hich it was lesulv-d lo demand Scents per 1000 ?m? ad vance, ond if not conceded, 1o strike thii morning. &< veral of tbe papers rnfux- to ollow the adraooe. sad tbe printeig arc now ou a strlk? P. S.?With one or tiro exceptions, the morning pipers ha\e ncteded to the demands o' tbe Journ?yni<in atid tbe latter Lave gone to work. STRIKE IN FALTIMORK AND AN F.S1PLOYKR STRUCK. Bj ltimohk May 2, IRK!. Tlie hands in Sherwood's punting office struck to dor, and afterwards attr.cucd Mr. Sherwood, forcing him to ftj tor protection. From ]*hl!atli'l|>hln. epriku to hi: executed?ri.lvesr on .iitiv.k uiii9on. piiia. May 2, 1853. lie warrant of the Governor for tlie execution of Ar thur Pyrin," oo the 10th of June, was road to tbe con demutd mr.n this aitein. on by Sheriff Allen. Ue inani tested not the -lightest concern, and profeassd his rnedi nec" to die iinrr.edir.tely, but n- federated his innocence, snci tbe guilt of bis son. Judgo Gibson, alio is lyinp >etiously ill at thn United States llotel, in this city, ia not expected to survive through tl.e night. The Liquor Law In Mn?sfM-l?utM'tM. Boston, May 2, 1853. Atier three day*' discussion in the llou>e on the liquor question, a bill was introduced thin afternoon by Mr. l ord, cf Snlcw, for the suppression of tippling bouse*, ir.d iet iving the old licoD.-e system where public opinion -bull mi.ctien tbe rule of liijuor. the whoKt subject wan then assigned for consideration a week hence. A< <i?rei:<s ni.il L? s* of Life. t'tuniRTox, May 1, 1863. On Paturday n" the s?e iir.f-r .lmi.es Adger was laaving her v 1 arf intl i city, a jx? on^er a'lcmi.ted to jump in board, but n>i-.ed hi- fo ng and fell into the water, drecpifg v.lth liim Joseph TVttifer the steward of the vessel, who was drowt.td. Ihe passenger was rescued. A trc.in i'rotn Augusta on :;?it':rt!ay ran oft the trick about five miles from this city, *n4 George Hall, the engineer, was so >erioti ? Injured that his recovery in doubtful. A freight ?rn In fr(:m Angu'ta also tan off the tiH' k on Sunday uioinir.- \< nt<en miles from Cha-la* ton; II F.St tier, the conductor, was leverely bruisei stout the head. llnllronil iixloRc llnrnrd. BAl.riMn.iK, Msy 2, 1853. A Iridjie on the Baltiiuoie and Susquehaiimh rail nun 1., five miles from this city. wn> destroyed b_> (Ire this trior q. lug, and will stop the freight by iness on the ro^ , few days. So mail south of Savannah was re:e>' to night. Tlie Cni.nl Birak *c?pal,r?l. Syrjuthk, May 2, 1863. The canal break eaht of f,0ic waH completed at noon, atd boats ccromenre( filnnir,g at fl o'clock to-night. From -CO to ,00 were (,n ij0t Li sides of the break. Mmliir Dlanstcrii Norfolk. M*y 2, 1853. lie ..).? ?rcr I. Uf. 'or- rr?m Newborn", N. C., for >?'< Y. ;1 b?-i put in ?ith n<ainsail split, ami th^ c'-t ot ( r Ile.ndrer from Texas, aleo for New York, liai put it J1 "it of jrovltions. Market*. CHABLMO.V May 1, 18M. V '? ules of coUon jesierdsv were 1,000 bnles, at pr'e? i iki-i-iog from S >4e.. a lo^c. the quotations are a shad) ovter. Prixoitnl Inlelll^encr. Mis. Meaglier, wife of the distinguished Irish exile will kavc Liverpool in tbe latter pirt of this month, for (hit city She will be accompanied by Thomai Meagher, Elq., M. P., father of the exile. Ilor. G. W. Crawl'oid, of ('e rgio. and Col. A. Forter, Urited states Armv, weie aoionir ihe airivals at the St. Mcln In s yasteiday. Fudley rerwe. K>q . win not a pns?en(5?r by the Baltic. M ?'e Bodifco, Jin - ? inn minister : W S. Campbell, the r<wl sj poiiiffd e n i.l from tin L'nit<>d States t? i;(,tl?rd i"> ; lli n. It II Stanton, M. C., of Ksntucky ; I r. T. 11. Welfor' President of the Am? lean Medical Aa mcI?i on and Professor Mapea, of New Jersey, are ?i,-crg the \'Mtrr* at the Mttr?iK)lItan. Vnilona I'"Irra. Ti e Hospital for the Insane, at Peppercl, Mass., with tliii out bildir gri attached, and also the dwelling an I ichool hou?e U Pnv. Mr. Perry, were destroyed by fir? ji stdday. Ihe saw ard pli ning mill of l?ona d ft Dunbar, at Ua-i dolph, together with tifteen acres of young wood, th<? piojerty of Mr. Bojal Turner, were iU>tro_<e'T by tire on Snti'ay. ronkldeiable datnsge ha* been done by fl'fs in tfci woods i.eai Neeilham, Mclford, Stoneham and IJtchHelt, Mass. Political Intelllsvnce. Major Oiistam* A Henry, of M <r tfom>*y, ku been nomlnaiei as the Whig candidate for (lov .nor ot Tau MM.