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OK.
LIKE IV PARIB,
Alapted from the French expressi 'or tbi* thsalra,t?
FOUR A1T8,
? ^ A SBKIEs 0?"t'ABLBAl/K
Whiaa will he presented with
MBW liCBMBUY. 1
NEW ML'SIC,
MBW 0O3TUMB8.
NEW SON (in AMD CUABl'SES.
NEW DANCE?
DISTRIBUTION UK IlKMAltKABLE STRBNUTH.
THIS BVKN1NG,
AMD BVBKY NIGHT I'NHL EUBTilER NOTICE,
W*li oe put a . tl.s new and o. l^.nal Lh'.uie Kautasllqae, tn
four ioU. cklltxl
UBASON AKD FOLLY;
OB, LIKE I.N PARIS.
SATAN, a geuUcnun with wauni Wf All so
laminar as lu render I ui thoi Introduction
uaueoessary?h.a itral spi?aiau e this -oa
?on in averyuay oslutnfe. M an LAl'RA KBBNB
MONfilEL'RCBN TIME, a stock brother win. fre
quf-nia the Htiuiar for pastime, perfeotiy an
tail ID the ui slri t 1,1 tin- Bulls and Bears,
an i up to tue luk-aud tall in Brazilians aud
Mt-s LAL'RA KKENB
OUBV ALJKK D'Et ARTE, a young loan about
town, well versed in the i.aMi of E< arte,
bioaa,- i with a natural g.ft lor pre?digita
tlon an 1 all the black arts gnu rally, and
who will infallibly name every e.oveuth
eard the moment he sees It, without any
assastance from Adrien Mi?s LA t'KA KEENS
MADAME CLVRICE, a gushing and romantic
tenia e with au eye for the picturesque, who
finds irufiea in rmuling brooks, figures of
ijffi i iti stoues, and exstatic similitudes In
everything Miss LAL'BA KEENE
JOHN SjilTll, Jr., a person wliose uame it la
mli ariu our mouths as household words,
ami w hose nkduence is designated with geo
graphi a and numerical accuracy, and with
a Ireipiency .hat is absolutely alarming la
iimii I, and are indigenous to every larg ?
?very autheuitc city directory (for further
particulars see Trow. US2-&11 "Mi-a LAI RA RBENB
UfihAM Or POLICE, one or thorn' eurse
e nccs w lilch attach wall municipal gov ern
city, the pe' ui.ar aversions! ail lionest pen
pie taiuUiu w lib disirtiuni.e idea.- lu repai d
to property, personal anil otherwise, or iu
any way tinctured with the be.lei' in agra
rlan philoaouliv Misa LAI KA KEENE
MONslH R BODOLl'HB. Principal of the Aca
claim for the education oi usurers, a person
01 liberal turn of iniud w eu las miud la
turned towaid himself, who neve i does any
thing under oue hundred per cent, and
who ha* an aQair on hand which promis a
one bund. e<l ami ttfty M?s LA IB A KEENS
M0NS1KI H PARTOl'T, the original inventor of
the passe-partout, a man of lartje eiperl
ence and uantiw ideas, who cinLeshtsap
pea a nee on bcua'.f ot Satan s<>le'.y for the
purpose of tempting and tenting the re
pentance of Measeturs Kerven and D?l
urari:e Mias LAURA BEENB
QBNEV1EVE. a jiopt.lar actress, and of course
an angei in iiii-KUtse, not to say a number of
dlsguiaes, which?well, as she makes th#
napiauatioii herself during the. oonrse of
tiie drama, the mention oi the matter
would simply be an ante-, iimux, and
therefore we leave it entirely In her
hands Miss LA I RA KEENS
ATOLUi, a gentleman ef great ce!ebnty and an
tiqu reputation, but who has o. late become
so accomplished ixa the mat er of fiobing
that he no longer linds It neci ss iry to carry
his lyre about with him Mrs. KM MA WAisLEB
OHONCUON, a young lady from Bi ittany, tt-lio
consul rs it the height of female manners to
always have tne last word, and as many of
the preceding ones as she can conveniently
monopolize, and who Is determined to :;ir9
some peopie a .piece of lier mind, without
regard to their p ace of niiatl or hers either.
Mrs. EMMA WALLER
MADAME RUSTYFt'NUUS, a cheerful old Masa
tc o a.'), ut the year one, whose tongue ap
Ears to oe hun^ nil a pivot, an ! w no is par
?.larly fascinated by "those eyes"
Mrs EMMA WALLER
OAMIN DE PAK1S, a fast youth of the "Lower
Twenty,' getierally to be to end under vari
ous cognomens in all large cities, and who
mustt>e seen to be properly appreciated.
Mrs. EMMA WALLER
MADAME FLOK1NE t'HERl, a prima donna.
t of course, who appears tor ttie purpose oT
making an appeal for a charitabfrt purpose,
which, as in all similar cares. Is only a pre.
text, bnt which nappens lnthis case to lie a
pretext for sin^iug a remarkably prettv
aouc..., Mrs emma waller
MARIE, a Mater ot Chanty Mrs. WALLER
JEANNETTE another popular uc tr i-.. perfectly
fgkliie to tasc care oi herself Mis. EM V.A WALLER
OAkHEN, of the broken heart and hopeless
lite Miss ADA CLII-TON
MAJtELKINE, t' i>,iU1], virls * Mrs. J. H. STODDAKT
TMONwc'ETl'E, ( teasanlgiru. j MlgJ(
JUi.lE. i I Miss NoKAH LEliili
MAR1B. I Parisian Buttfirflie. M",t EVERETT
ItKRtllA T ? ?*rtsian ButtertRs -. MissMARSU
FLORA. t . ? (M.ss FLOtlbNCE
MADAME HT ALP1I0NSE. mistress of a fash
louabl ? gam,4 ng >aioou in Paris Mrs. MARLOWE
JBNN Y (Carmen's Maid) Mrs. DILLOK
f Brittany pea 1
OBOBQB KBRVEN 1 a.nut, ? ho 1 . Mr. WAJLLBB
{ have returned j
(to Paris to do I
t?st Ule in all .Mr. RAYMOND
Its rapidity... j
?ARON' CliItvOKK, a Pijlijj eille, with a predi
leciiun tor collecting wilweripiions and dis
bursing?.ears for and to the cauao ot Poland
and Ui.- mi inory of bis act .-earn-* Mr. MABLOWE
COUNT !? ILON, nis confederate, always anxious
to assist in an; little matter of Confederate
.... V' ^'u di-oppmg the tears Mr. LBVICK
JAM KM, an English iCer, utterly dlraated of all
natural ferocity?in fact, a very timid
tiger, whom uo oue need fear to fight?a
man who doesn't allude in the most remote
manner to the suprem icy of the British
navy, and who don't care a?bolt for iroa
plaiea Mr. C PETBR3
JACOBUS, an old usurer anu receiver "f the Rue
aux reves. who lias an ait i on for
"artairs" yi-I .lng 15J per cent?when he
can't get more Mr. J. H STODDART
ORIMPART. I h,? linl bl,,r n?Hn"rq ? Mr- DILLoN
M1WNAKD (hl? *Unl ,ml ?'?"y nil- SIBLY
PIERRE, i t Mr. B1LBY
JEAN ...I Vagatioads of Paris, ? Mr. RICHARD
J-iSBPH. ) f M.. HKNi:?'
JAIL-iK. (the Cerb-Tos of CI Ciyi Mr. MABKIIAM
Ladiea. (icn.lo.m u. Police, ? ii:a ion .'a. Peasants, Ac,
New and or.gina! music r.v TliOMAS HAKBR.
JJABNUMS AMERICAN Ml'SEt'N.
oheat NATIONAL DOG SHOW,
01.K iT national l>OU SHOW,
ohkat national poo snow,
UHSAT NATIONAL DOO SHOW,
(.HEAT national 1K)G slow,
Moad&>, Tuc la.', Wcdin'i?Uy, TuunwUy, Friday, ?>aturday,
May 12, 13,14. 16, Wand 17.1(U3,
When upward o!
$i,aa'? will be r an in premiums
l-OB III*
BEST flPtm K.VS n? u I,s, incll'OINO EVERY
BKK:?r? <>? Dot.-. KNOWN.
Th'j will uPdoutoeulf be one of l>
HOST KXi ITINo an "J X.STLPKsn.V.i EXHIBITIONS
ever ?h-u on .V? > oi.un nt
Mr BaKMJMi* i>?p| y to .uinoi.n-r ha* FH\N0IS BUT
JLKK, T?n lei" r? i, .mi '1 DuHr'i1 i"rurr! Delineator, ha*
consented to ..a <? on e.bl*'tion il> rinj ?h? entire ?now
choice iiwvlmpr palm m ?.>ry Kiii. ri breel, from the
OIANT HIMVIaN H!oOD>IOl Nu to t i" dunlnutlre
tlw.irf TE\KZKit. lOii.^rUluK at. it t .Jrtjr dlfirent breed*,
thta being the oiiljr taMMce ill be > uown world whe:" the
wb'i? etolM (rtwrgit; hurt t> en repreaealed in on* u
Billy Mffip. OtSerseat1'iimm ot-'Bln* raie > mi p .rehred
dor?, ot (Mi bant t in v ? i ?> i ?: to rthii?t t>m.
a^lia aie beln* W i?" i u(> .n till' I,?e" n for the awommo
<!aU in o> TWO TUO 8ANI> U'HM TtM-y wll' be no ?f
ranged at Ij be i - ti to .r.o'.ert advantage, andvetuot be
within ie?eh of ifetor* or of e? h o h r.
TLe lilaheat i>r?mi tn !? ? i~i ?
fiNK TIIO'sasd DOLLARS
one rilVL.SAKU DOl.LS KB
? NK l"HOI>aN1? 1XM.LAM
Ttte otli*rprr niufflNii'.u vr.
fl'ii Mi IRK.
*1, t(5
$1,705 M'lKfc
The numbe.-cf de?-11 itblt<vl n lit be Hm, f iw lPJef each
?lata.
rwiinlmi iT < \hlbit n { tr ' ?* vill noeure num.
Iim! iertli.c.t'? (Ml tppli aili.n at I Li n Ucr o t.1 <? VJu
win. ontfu ng'.iem to .he en ry ol in i tfiya on 1 ?(" -Itlnx
$1. aievtd at .'f j***! faith. Sali dollar will be r-lura-3
oo tb>' li mi da> of the eihib tion.
Kor f ull p?rticu'm obtain fr?? Circulate at the Ml^bb.
NIXON H ROY ii or net's,
l'ALV, :K N. corne- at K .urt.'-nllj ?tnvt and
HI it'.i ?*<? <ne,
WEDNESDAY AFTERKOON At' TWO A Si) E*EN TNG AT
HRVBN.
MAY i IStB.
AND BVERY AlflAtOOl \*U E > ESI Si i DCBINO
Ttlfc. Wt.UK,
Will-be pro luotxt, f'ir the rut uin>. ifcc ni r**rv ule of
jack, the uiAai km.- eh."
Pri?d ici d 'i jTM.ij to. < o ii fii'i'lorr FUOTE,
WWi new ViriRtiM, Prop? rurx ie
JACK COMMODORE FO&TE
Hid AID COLONEL SMALL
Btewerdui Ibe Caatl- . rtatn Lathrop
Ogre of ">!? Rj'd Ryu (eight foet huh; 8. Honreu
j&me Swell >w All (a a.i. Cannibal) T An:r?wa
Uotdleri, tiuarl?. 4r by the Juvenile ,'.-oiipe
rtmiu>pe.\r*ii> o ot |lv> hi autlfu K<im ??ii .er.ue,
V \UB.Vl<>lrii,LI t VaKI...
THE iTiJIITNTNU CAl.tM.ArOR
Wtll appee- c??vt alV oocn and ereumg.
SAM LaTIIROT* in bia (Teat V,*AR SPEECH
All lb.- TB lUi E of KlOEtiH tn" At KOBATS
KKOM Nliy.O'S OAKDEN
^111 appear at >v. ry jwrf irmance. -
Dooroopen attvrooelo k in ibe AfUrncon,
Ai 1 at ?-teu id the Evening.
Performanc e to i mmetic1 half m hour after opening.
Admlaaloa 3ft centa
Rwrrtxl eea!? SO cen ta
Child re ii to rearm d BMla 3& e<-nta
URTANT8 MIMSTBEL&
*><-ha I'na" Hall, 472 Broadw*y, a'.vn> Grand ?'ra?t.
MONDAY , MAY ?. and ?-vry nlihi d ring the *e?k,
CARTE OK \ iSTTB
JjO.it CHILDREN. Oi'-AI'R V1>E TWI?T.
FlWSWe. CaeeSer, HW ri, Iloulm, Kowl<-r, Ooul i, a?tal
^ M .rr ?"H. fill-in, U? itnin
fPfTTtORv KBTL ASO DAN BRYANT,
KtkHIED I'ATII OH RoNX OF MALTA
Doom 0[i?n "t 7, curiatoa rts'-* a' B o'glfw*. Tlck?U 26
aeau. _________
ZHE AMl'HEMEMT !'AR EXi EiJANOE-UOP TO
night, ai M?'iam< HAt va<? Ba ( m L??.i n? Acadaay, SIB
nciwa;. abov* H'?i?4"n rtn t A mitnbiT o: d'cxii1 dan
Mit?a> ?'I'Kagi d inr tbf N HPion. C?iuin"ii< ing at 8 o olo" k
MdoUi^li.rf Ht UK Aiiml??l?n SO-eu-.
*nrAUiAt'K H THEATRE.
Ww Tu?<wkbtmt?d Army QiutdrtlU . ermooaad by Ro'iert
StoopAi, ln<et bel lr> trie Mert-nth re?luient nf ihl?eity,
playrd ulghtly at Wallark'a theatre tor eigiit anceeMlve
w*eka. and nightly enrored. Inat laanad b? rlRTtl. POND
iOBl
Reply to perl h prize <hi almnoeT-i will
Dan e Keel a Jig In private fir ?!.'??.. ib? be^t danger
to win ttar mot. M , the moat rtltlic It atapt and be?t t.me eon
atltutlx ih^ beat dancer. Earh party to ae'aet twelra frteniU
to witnr* 111" i-niitcat, eneh par y aelec fing a judge and
they, the ludf I, u> nolari it rinrte My money la mady.
R. M ( ARKOLL
LAVRA KEI'.NEIt theatrz
Th? nelabrated l?m Keetie Waltr, romp-iaed by the
wpular ? duttof, Tiiom >? Baker, la played nightly at Laura
flteena a IM aire, and alwi<y< re ti-manded. The enormntu aale
of thla beautiful wait?, la * ?ii(T\rlont pr<?f of ita great popu
taHty. It wan played In even fashionable ball room laat aea
n, and la rouncl in "*erf hon?e tliat haa a piano
HORACE WATBK4 Agent, 481 Br >ad?:?y,
^yALLACt S THEA"*RR.
The m i oal gem of the ae n Robert StAep>l'a t*.
S Arm* Call* nightly euc >r?d at Wnllaok a lb aba. Juat
jgBgH (.r f RTtf, POND * CO
?riION'l? P 0IBC01. . .
I Wanteo ??? ebll.lren for C ndare'la Ap>>!yfrom
tolooio' 'ha Palace (larden, Po ut nib ?>ri i ?ud
ilk aveaue
ANVSRHBJITa.
XJIBLO'H GARDEN. "*
?1 Lesser ? tl M inwr),
E. L. ftAYEMPollT, iTC l A.BRKTT AND
W WHBATLBY.
Fourth we?k of th" maenitWnt amrntir spectacle of
TI i K E N' CII ANT B E >8,
The brillUtit suoeea- of whtcn
KoKMS AN EPOCH
la the aunal* of the .
SPECTACULAR AND ARTISTIC TRIUMPHS
of the day. and in i"i es the management t.> aniiounneit
BVRBV NIGHT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
THE SI'LEMDID VOCAUIATIOM
MISB CAROLINE RICHIN08,
a* well ?? her l.oa. tiful acting, is msjitlv received with
ROUND AFTER KOI nd or applause
INTELLIGENT AND FASHIONABLE AUDIENOES.
filling the *
SPACIOUS AUDITORIUM
from nariuet to ceiling.
Brllluuu reception o:
ANNETTI QAUITTI,
pronounced (he
BEST TERP8ICH0REAN ARTIST
il Aru? Tic*.
MR. l'ETER RICHINOS AS DR MATHANASIUS.
NSW AMI SI'IjENDID MCEN'ERY.
FULL OPERATIC CIIOKUS,
A SPLENDID BALLET.
AN INCREASED ORCHESTRA
EXCELLENT DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Admission, Dress Circle and p.ir'iuet CO cent*
Secured Parquet Stall* 76 cents
Family Circles l uuaiic 011 Crosby atreeL .. .26 centa
Doors open at quarter pa?t 7; to ootnmenoe at 7V o'olook.
1*7'UTTER OARDEN.
TF KIOHTEE.NTU NIGHT OK
MISS BATEMAN,
THE YOl'NG QUEEN OK THE AMERICAN STAOB.
EIGHTH NIGHT OK
JULIA, IN ' THE HUNCHBACK."
Tliitt play must be ? ITllDKAWS THIS WEEK to mike
room for ''OERALDIN K."
SATURDAY EVENI2TO, May 1?,
For the el'lit time. Knowles' <lrama of
TUE HUNCHBACK.
JCLIA MISS BATEMAN
Master Wa;t r J. VV. Wallack, Jr
S.r Thorn*.-. Clifford Edwin Adams
Modus v A. II. Davenport
Fathom W. Davldge
Helen Mrs. Chun frail
and ,i tine cast throughout.
L ader of tha Orchestra ...Mr. E. Molleuhhtier
Doorsopen at 7W|; Curtain r.ses at 8 o'clock. Bo* oluce
open from 9 till 1. Seals mav be ?e mod in a.Uanoe.
ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT.
wtll be produce I t e Amrrran Tragedy of
GEKALDINE,
OK
THE HUNCHBACK BRIDE.
A CADEMY OP MUSIC.
A TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 1J. 1881
FAREWELL BENEFIT TO
BIKCH .? COTTON'S
MINSTRELS,
Previous lo their depaiture tor A utralia. The company
comprises the follow ing well kn own and talented artists:?
Btlly Blreh, Ber Cotton, K Abeceo, G Ridaui, M A. Scott,
C. G?odwtu, D. Braham, M. itiley, T. J. Peel, M. Barker, J.
Bradshaw. C. V. Hand.
For particulars .-.ee future bills, programmes, Ac.
Admission 80 cents.
Amphitheatre ???2S cents.
C. V. HAND, Manager.
VTEW bowery theatre.
?1 Sole Proprietor Mr. J. W. UugarQ
SATL'RDAY, MAY 10.
The ta.ented artist
MR. E. EDDY
to three favorite characters.
The beautiful play of
DAM OK AND PYTHIAS.
Dane rig by Miss Louisa Browne
The Hibernian faro* ol
THE HAPPY MAX.
The grand incantu.nn ncen. from
DEK FREISCHUTZ,
and the na'ional dram i of
NL'K OF THE WOODS.
B
ARKUM'S MUSEUM.
IMMENSE SUCCESS OP
MADAME CELESTE'S
MAGNIFICENT DKAMA, B1 J. b. BUCKSTONE.
with a-.w and app.opr.ate Scenery, Costumes, Properties
and other Appoiu-m it*. bj tL<- best artists. entitled
FLOWERS OF THE FOREST;
OR,
A GIPSY"8 STORY.
Thla piece has been In pre palatum unit rehearsal for seve
ral week*, and la produced at
AN ENORMOUS EXPENSE.
The various uktiraa era ai c represented by the talented ar
tists of tbe Museum Company, in ludlnc' Mrs. J. J. Prior,
Misses Allf.-rd and Waters, Mes?r?. Nu^le, Jamison, BrUge
mau, llads'>ay, BrK>'<(, Clarke, Ac., Ac. It will be pro
duced
EVERY AFTERNOON AT S O CLOCK,
AND EVERY EVENING AT 7V O'CLOCK.
ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY NOVELTY.
MASTER DUDLEY WAI.i-BR,
THE INFANT ORATOR.
Only six years oid. He is truly the most charming and de
I14btt .1l little prodigy ever seen or beard. No written de
scription can e ve an idea of bis wonderful powers. He will
five "i-ecimeus o. bis oratory between tiie nets, at every per
orn.ance In tie Lecture Room, aifd on the platform In the
main ball of the Museum. At interval during tbe day and
even! n v. lie c1'* ?? h a engagement to-<'ay.
COMMODORE NUW, THE $30,000 NUTT,
will bold his levee* at all hours, and give a variety of Inte
resting performance.?. Also on exhibition, day and evening,
THE QUAKER, OK WOODEN GUN,
from the rt b ? 1 ionizations at Centreville. \a.
THE GREAT LIVING WHALE,
THE MADAGASCAR ALBIN'JS,
THE LIVING BLACK SEA LION,
LIVING MAMMOTH GRIZZLY BKAR SAMSON.
LIVING MONSTER SNAKES, LIVING HAl'PY FAMILY,
LIVINU TURTLE, IRAND AtjCARlA. with its mn'.tlludo
of beauttlul LIVING HSU, and near a Million of other
Curiosities.
Admission t*> all. 25 cent Children under ten. 15 cents.
OBAND NATIONAL BABY SHOW,
JUNES.
$2,000 in premiums for Hues'. BsMes, Twins, Trip'ets,
Quaterna and Fsl Haoies, Number of Baol--s limited to one
hundred. Fort* already engaged. Seireceruacates Itnuic
<Hdtc!y at ticket oC.ce
Don't fail to resd advertisement of the
ORAND N ATIONAL DOG SHOW.
IRVING HALL?GRAND CONCERT.
TUESDAY, MAY 15, 18S2,
THEODORE THOMAS
GRAND VOCAL AND OKCHESTKAL CONCERT.
The-toUovrm.: eninent ar.isls will appear ?
MME EUGENIE DS LC8SAN,
MR. B 'U NO WOJ.LENHALPT.
MESSRS. W. MASON, 8. B. MILLS.
B GOLU iE JK, E. HARTMA.N'N,
A. F. TGt'LMIN. Harpist.
THE TEUTONIA CHORAL SOCIETY.
A GRAND OR HI STRA OF 60 PERFORMERS,
Wi.ha navel an J a: tractive programme.
Con tarter THEO. THOMAS
Lea tor Mr. JOSEPH NOLL
T1 kets $1 each, to b - had at a.l tae pnncipal music s ores.
Holders ot ti:-l eai may obtain reserved seats w tbo.it extra
charge o' Schaif'nb-*rg A -L'lis, 7d' Broadway; fleer It
Schlrnser, 7ul Bro.ilvr?y, ajd at Sibcil s stationary nor , 12
W all street.
The gaieties the gaieties, the gaieties
61'i MUdADWAY.
f:# l V STUBS 61R
tic VP STAIRS 616
In a - orcimri* with t!i? ream-vi i-umerona nut ran a of the
UHKATfc.-a INSIITITIjN IX I HE WOrtLD,
tk? |?rci rw-tor ha* drcided to iblHt all hi-?!trgction?
free,
co nainidriK Srtnrduy ertiilnf, May lj, lrtW.
On whu-b oc-at '>u * graud deraonatration will b-made,
rale 'la led to d'-vrlnj-e ;h - pj?er? of good or evil of th" :ar
lamed
PRETTY WMTEU girls,
whom- Wfjfaie anil tnt? reat t.av ? rirllM ib>' attention of thu
nuw Yurk ly* alniure. and quoted the v uaHlve nerves of
lbrrul:or <?: ll?e (.*?ei , w u<> r>na nt ?< r l)f>-n able to de'-ide
uja.n th* place of hialmth. Ala*. poor YoricK. Adtuisnlun
free.
WALLACES TJ'EATKE.
I nli<d Stale* Army full*, a quadrille,compoc 1 l>y
Ro'iori Si ,el. n-<rl >d to the "tRoer* an-l memo. r? of the
h?T"inli <!i.i ri. >i Y. s M N i 'o il Guard, and piavd
upward* or ''ft* n ?i is at Wa'.la k'a lke*Ut< JuM piuhaLcd
by FIRTH. i'ond A CO.
GL FO.i OLYMPIC TULATRB. BKOADWAY.
. i.-.kiiu.hi of lit- i-oinnwny at thia eaiabluMtrcot, *?
tb' jr will a.. 'U oiwij at t'.ic ?>t>i JV'wry theatre.
RCIHjEW TllOCUHTS.
the Co-LKAN MORS.
ROBERT H AC A IRK.
JACK BHEFI'AKD
A mammoth bill for fcron {way Saturday night.
American dramatic fi nd association.-the
annual meeting lor tii" eU:C. <n nfoOoer* will lake place
at tbe j&ce of ti _? aMiicialiOk, fit Dtoidway, on M'.ndav,
Mar 12, at I P. M. Tbe I al! ?. bo* will be opeued at 2 I'. M,
and clone at 4 P. M pr- 'ljn lv
CHAKI.ES * FEUN.'.RD, Se-rHary A. D. P. A
PIKE fl OPERA HOCSE, CINCINNATI, OHIO ?THE
dra uitlic -a'awn at tbir > 4 abUafcment n il! roruireme In
the i*ll. P-rsona deeir.ng engagement* will i Irate addivaa
tho undersigned. sta;* will f;u ' it to ib.'ir IiiIdiM to ?? to
tUte. _ _ SAXL'hi. N. PIKE. Ctseteiaott.
UTALLACE'S THEATRE.
it Tm pem of our national ftiutc, liy America'* flr?t
'tup-aer, R tbtr! Stoop*!, tot L'. M. Army tjiiadrUle, dedi
catee to the de-ftnth re(liiicD't V. Y. 8. M , ppriornifd eT>*ry
nl(ht with r. |>eated eni-on:*. .Music Juat isaued by KIMi'H.
POND * CO. ;
Last week op the exhibition op
CHURCH* ??HEART ?>r THE ANDES,"
AT GDUflLH, 772 BROADWAY,
from 9 to C o ck? k. AdmUaien 34 centa. Vlmtora are r?
qiieeted to brlr.g opeta glne* ?.
Nation\l academy op desion.-the thirty
nevenlli annnal eib*oit on of the National Aiad>*my of
Design, e<>n?Utin? of Origlual Woricn by Living Am?ia, m
now o^en for tbe ?eaao-i, at tl.e Oal!erl> *. tOi B.oadwav.
Seawti liclfU 60 centa. Hingl' adir'-uon 2d w.,tn
T. AI'UlSftN RICHARDS,
Corre?p<.ndlng R.vri;taiy. N A.
occLirra and alrhts.
Deafness, discharges prom tub ears,
Bllnduoan, Chronic Ind.imn itlon, and all tiia?aaea uf
the eye and car: a.?o oerv tie alffratonn and <iitarrh, *.h? fre
mi nt c?u?e oi deai'nes', cured by I>r. URA Ki COiituiCa*
tloo free, Jcraonally or hp letter, OtW Br >ndway.
MEDICAL.
AN OLD HT.VMD.?Ufl'AL CONSULTATIONS -dr.
nAHKo.v IM Blocker street, four d-?o;* .'rjtn Mac
diHg.il, Ni-w York, from II till S, aud from 4 till *
Dr. COOPP.r 14 Ol'ANE fltREET, MEMBER OFTHB
College of rfi) i.ic ?n* and ?uigeonaof New York, may
be cocnul'fu ("ally at iiU office, fiom 8 Id Uie morning until
9 IB III* i veiling.
DR. R CO.tBETT, MEMBER OP THE NE<V YORK
I'nlveraMy Madwal Col'rge, and Ool'-ge of Murgeona,
Lmdon. ran bi'coi.aulurd aa uaual. a. his ofllc.-, M Centre
?treet, between I hamboro and Hckde Private on'ranee
No. 8 City liaU piaro. N. B ?B?i> Dr. C.'g diploma, la lilt
"(Be. (/nargta moJeraf.
DOcTOB HINTEB H1B> ELF?THF, PHYHICIA*
? ho "?tabli?hej| tne Haaiei lan Di?petitai-y, No. 3 Mv|
alon a'rtei. New Yr.rk city, in ldJ4, ?au i or milted irem ft
A M. until ten ' lock at nlglM, ai the old like. A |irl *te
entrancr BooV lor tiothir j.
rROPERNOB BB8TELL, 163 CH AMBF.RR STREET ' A It
be oonaulted aa uxial. Agent*, \/]u Libert* ? -U
*. U Brooklyn. 174 Fulton ?reet! J *
RF.MOVAI^-DB BAI.PH'SOFPK E, TO IMBLEBCi ^R
?treet. waat of Broadway. Hour*. II to 2 and it till i.
Wf H HLNTP.fl M r? BO. ? MVinOB HTHF.PT N
TV ? ?., alnte KM, niree eriipllosi of ihe aklft, ? in
?r?ry form, white awellliig, orrthltlr, '.arlco-^le. hyd>o^e|i>,
gmrel, i.v i'a r!v*- motlam, a' .le, ckrouk ?i luilaji'ua
laiy No pay UUcujeA
AMuaiMMirra.
WALLACES.
MK. WALLACE
Uu great pleasure In *;koo? Ir-djiug t'e unprecedented ra>
spuna* mud*' by the public to hia en ors that Ikl
STANDARD AND LEGITIMATE DRAMA
Should Ixt [irrx iiiml with a pcrf<-< tlon of can and detail
hitherto iinaiteinpird. The unqualified auoi?t> attending the
t tfoitin.' ic* hid to kudu tire a Trash
bEKU.8 or SPLENDID REVIVALS.
TONIGHT. SATURDAY,
Hen-nth time here. th>- great play, by Bnlwer, author of
"Richelieu" ant* ' Money,'' of the
LADY
or
LYONH,
Whl<~h haM attracted all d'Mi?t*lv crowded auHenoea, who
manifested their great gratification by the moat enthusi
astic plaudits ever beard within the walla of this eatabUsh
meut.
THIS PERFECTLY PRODUCED PLAT
Will be i:1vei> to-uutht.
With entire New Sc< uery, Superb Oostu nes of the Umc, both
civil and military, and meat powerfully caul.
ClaUite Meluotte" Mr. Lester Wallack
Col. Duma* Mr. Mark Smith
G!arl* Mr. Charles Klxher
Bauseani -Mr. Reynolds
Moiih. De?cliarp< l>? Mr. Norton
.'abot, I^iudlord 01 (be Golden Lion Mr. (1. Holland
CuHi>ard Mr. Youug
Major DramouiuiH Mr, Parke*
Captain Dupoiit Mr. Paraloo
t'aptain Oerault Mr. Turner
Pauline Mrs. Hoey
Mme. Deach-ipiif'liea Mrs. Vernon
Widow Melnotte Mrs. John Helton
Marian Misa Greene
The new Sceuerv. by IS11E ItWOOl), will consist of
SALOON AND DRAWING KOOM 1!? THR HOUSE OP
MONSIEUR DMSCnAI'PELl BS.
EXTERIOR OK TilK (lOLKKN LION INN.
Tills WIDOW MKl.XOTTB'S COTTAGE.
VIEW OK TI1K CITY OP LYONS.
PROOKAMMB POK THE ENSUING WEEK:
_ Monday,
0..D HEADS AND YOUNG HEARTS.
Titu?av,
8HB STOOPS TO CONQC8B.
WKPMKStDAr.
LOVE AND MONET. ?
Thursday,
THF RIVALS.
Fkip vr,
THE LADV OP LYONS.
In rehearsai,
MONEY, Ac , 4o.
FlNANCIJUi. ^
Akmv and navy i-ay umos.
Ait ar< of l'a> for resigned, deceased and discharged
officers of the Army and Navy. Prite Money, Bounty
Money. Ac.
JOHN B. MURRAY, Army anl Nary Banker.
S'J Nassau ? reet. New Yurk, opposite the PmIoAm.
AUGUST BELMONT A CO., BANKERS, NO. 50 WALL
St., issue letters of credit to travellers, available in alt
parts or the world through Me.-iars. Rothschild, ot Paris, Lon*
don, Frankfort, Vienna, Naples, and their correspondents.
AT 111 GRAND STREET, THREE DOORS WEST OP
Broadway?Money advanced on Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry, Plate, Dry Goods, and personal property of every
description, or bought and sold by JOSEPH A. JACKSON,
auctlom-rr and broker.
AMKRI AN GOLD AND SILVER, 7-SO UNITED
Slat's Treasury notes, i.nd the one >e*r Certificates of
Indebtedness, bought and sold at the best rales by P: P.
JAMES 4 CO., 45 Wall strret.
A PREMIUM PAID FOR UNITED STATES DEMAND
note*, tir.-vt isiue, by P. P. JAMKS A CO., 45 Wall at.
PROPOSALS POR $230,0(A) OP "THE NEW YORK
Comity Court House Stock."?Sealed proposals wjll he
received at he Comptroller's otlice, until Saturday, Mty 17,
UH, tUU2?'elwlt r. M^ |rli?n the same will be P'lollcly
opened, l or the whole or any part of the sum of two hundred
and lil'tv thousand dollars of "The New York County Court
House Sio k," authorised by chapter 1S7 oi the laws or ltMW,
and by an ordinance of the Board of Supervisors, approved
by the Mavor, April IP, 1362.
The *aid Siock is to pro.-ide me ms to pay for the land ac
ouired lor a new Court House, and to erect such Court
House tiiereon. It will hear Int. rest at the rate of six pee
ceni per annum, payable half yearly, on the first days of
May and November, and lh<- principal will b- redeemable in
successive annual Instalments of one hundred thousand dol
lars each, commencing with thr first day o! November, A. D.,
W75.
Tilt prop osals will stale the iimoont of stock desired, and
the price per one hundred dolors thereof ; and the persons
whose prc-jx. a - arc accepted will be required to deposit,
with the I'ouuty Tieisurer, w.'hin lifteen day* alter the
OPeniu^ of the IiiJn, the sum awarded, to them respectively.
t)u pres- utins to the Comptroller the receipt* ot the Coun
ty Treasurer for such deposits, the parties will be entitled to
receive e?r!l.icntea for e.ptal amount* of the par value of the
Mock, hearing Interest Irotu the dat?s of payments.
Kadi pr >po?ition should be se.i><1 and endorsed, "Pro
I osals for New York County Court House 8to'k," and en
cles'd in a s;*'"oiid envelope addres-v d to the Comptroller.
The ri'.;Ut I- reserved to reject any or all of (he bid", if con
sidered necessary t.' pro'eet or promote the Interests of the
county. ROBERT T. HAWS. Comptroller.
Cur ok Nkw Yokk, D'.pjutmi nt or Fixattcx, Comp
tkom."U * Of. icp, Mar 6, 13?.
PRIZE LISTS ARE NOW BEING MADE UP POE
tl..? B o katllnn M|'iadron, ali i prizes are paid daily for
the San Jacinto, Crusader, Constellat on, Mohawk, Ac., Ac.
JOHN B. MUR'.tAY, Army and Nav* Banker,
No.: 9 Nassau street. New York, oppoeUc the Post o il e.
PENSION AND WAR CLAIM OFFICE, ESTABLISHED
by Major Myers, United State* Army, in 1817.?$100
bounty is now due the widows and neira of deceased soldiers
e:ill-t-.d for two yearo or the war. 1'ei Jions and prize money
aecured. Addrtsa C. W. Myers, ttj Broadway, N. Y., room
No. 32.
pESIONED AND DISCHARGED OFFICERS' PAY AC
It counts adjuste d and cashed, and anny claims of all
description* promptly arranged and collected at J. H.
HLoUNT'S Army Ciauu oll.ee, 73 William street, corner of
Liberty.
STATE PAY FOR SUPERNUMERARY OFFICERS, UN
dcr the late act of the S ale ot New York, is now belnjl
colle led by JOHN B MURRAY. Anny and Navy Bunker,
No. SI) Nassau street. New York, opposite the Post office.
TO ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS.-RIfHAKDX
KIN'GSLAND, No. 4 Broad s're-t. one door fi om Wall
atreet. purchases yuar:enu*s'er<i', Cominlrsaiy, Ordnance
and Contractors' Culms, and makea advonees on officers'
pay rolls. United Hfa'.-n and Sate cai-us, tounty, prlz#
money and pensions adjusted and collected with prompt ties
and on libeial terms.
d?"l Afl BOUNTY NOW DUE. WiTH PENSIONS OF
JpJ WU two and three years' volu?teeis, three ui n'.hs'
inio.ia, sennieu and marines discharged on account of dls.
ab: .tv, or their widows and heirs, and all i.ack due., collect
ed. No charge for in'o tnati .n.
MaTHIAS GOETZEL, No. 4 Cen're itrret.
LOAN OK KICK 8.
AT C6 NasAI HTRBKT?A. HON! .M AN, DIAMOND
bruk-r, makea lllx-rul adrancea on Piumonda, Wat :bea,
Jeweiri, <>r lniji tbem .a full va.u-, at bis private o!Uoe,
U6Niiw.ii ativet, room ^ 2, up allure B.ialtic.s conll
drnliaL
A T 77 BLEKCKER RTkiiET?THE HIOIIK.SP I'RICES
xV. ad vane d on Diamond*, Wat<T.cj, Jewelry, Ac. A'ro
Pawnbroker * Ticket* b iiubl for diamond*. watch ?, j?;w
clry, guna, piatola, tc? at 77 Blt-eekcr airei t, up *t*i r.
If. NEWTON.
AT 305 BKOAOWAT, CORNER OF DL'AML STREET,
Money ao/dii.:. '! to *iiy amount va Damon la, Waioii-a,
Jewelry. Ac. Huaif ?** ai-.ct.'jr coiiti.l. raiil. T. II. KKE8IDU,
auctioneer and brokar. I'rtvjie entrance In Uuan? atre t,
flrat oor vmof Broadway.
At iij Broadway, corner ok pulton street.
The be t pr:u*imlu foi Diamond*, v or uuset. Ad
T'ini "a o.l Wat'1 4 s, Peirli. Plate. ()| tl il InalrnmenU Ac ,
left on aale, -r < 111 bitv mem at a (air ralnnUoa
J. 11. BaPRINoBR, J12 Broadway, room IS, up Mali*.
/ 1ASH PVi.< I OH V ,MONDS?ALSO FOR INDIA
\J Center* Hair Snnw Moticyto loan. A fewartc!ea
of I) amiiiiil .Ifnflrj for n aheap. Apply tuly from y till
lu A. M , and i till S P. M.
B rt . PLUMB, Diamond Broker, Hi Bro<'1? i r,
I[URNITURE?WANTED TO HIRE. TliRlJE OOOD
' Hair Mattretacl AddreM4. D. J., Hem: J oflcc.
TIHKRAL* ADVANCES MADE on DIAMONDS,
a Wa nh?> and Jewelry. Old Hold at I S'lrer bought for
rash at high'** prH'j. Camel* h?lr Sn*wi* bnnubt and
lli*'al price paid tor t: em. by LOL'18 A; RICH, 728 Broad
way .
JACOBS, 407 HROADWAT, REMOVED~PROM 43
J% (Vdar alrcet.?Advance* made, in aum* to anil, on
Watcbei. D.smond*. Bllrer Plate, and oth r r raonal pro
perty, or bought for <*aah. Buidne** tmctly ??..? i?ntlal.
ONEYTO LOAN?T.^UirS TO SUlfi ON~ WATril ES
Di.'tnon 's, Drv Uoodaaiid all vaUabie Porfonal Pro
p?ity, Stiver Plate, Ac. Apply to R. WOOD,62 H liton rtnet,
?econ 1 floor, Iroct loom, Irom 9 to S o'clock.
MONET LENT-TO ANY Aim\*T~ON ALL KINDS
of peraonal property, a* Watches, Diamonds (wt mid
ur.-nti, Jewelry, Dry Oooda. Ac., by AAIION ADOLPHI'S,
II etj?ed loan office, 429 Feari street, corner of n?w Lliambtra
HTML
PAWNBKOKEKs" TICKETS PURCHASED AT lik
Broome *tre.t, tour doors from Broadway, of cintiiiti?,
Diamond*, Jrweliy, Witches, k<- Por ?l?, Nofinra< Ooata,
\i , Ca*?ini?re I'ann, $1. Vena, 50 ; Pull a'tit torli
OEORGE LEVIE, CommlMlon M i.haM.
1 Ml nan smbh^awvirokbr-m tiuxbm
LUl/ b r> ii*?eiL Tbe or dinal . heap <;io'.hlne m?m . Por
a .le, 0?ajmcra Panta, TV.. \eats, *)-., ttoai* from $1 to $?(.
Al?o Uenta' Kurn ahln* oooda from auction.
J B. HOPKINS, Cominiaa'.ou Ai-nnt,
TUB UEBEI.LIOX.
l^IPTT-TUttD RKOIidENT, N Y V-V ?SBl'RUH
X1 Cbat*e?rf?-Go?d men wat.t> d to Qll tip , con.[Mn<-.
Apply lo Capt. D. W. Dinga, AOUrand alrcet.
1AST CHAKC"R~ NOW OPFBRKD IN A~KIK8T ( LASS
J re*tm' nt ?Any ofll -?f or non-commlnaionail i m er fcav*
log oornpan >a o | url ? of compjnica i an obtain a po Itton In
a riaiuv in now rmlnj under cp*eial ottiers by ip).lying at
609 li'.idaoD atr , corner of Hammond.
ONE LlEl'Tl ?'ANT. AC"?RErRL'ITN WANTED. NOW
i? th<- o.ipoitttnlty. Oue more chance wi mm your cinn>
try in ilia Flfiy-thlrd re;lmcut Plfth Ea/.c bilgade, aom?
man led by U?a A. H ??? . : ..im, Utr Major of th- 8 Trntjr
fit t r< glni'snt N Y. p M All |)art|?s wl?hlBit l" a t va non>
ro i'tr.l?*,oncd oflrara muat >np y lm .i'olu'rly to aticuri-vo
aitlona to Captalu W. S. UPIIaM, SI Ch ;har,i iimt, kc
riutflbg olHce, M. T, C
ILK AND ROti INo KI AOH, ALL SIZBS, <?N"llAND
f?.r aale; alao HU?lK Monatinga, Trimminga, Kaalci,
Ball?, Hpear Heada, A?. Orii?naiital I'kluting and E'uhrol
deriCRon allk. HOIKR M MI m 97 Dnane ?tract.
T?NITRD STATES MARINE CORI'H -WANTED, POB
L- 'he I nlted Statca Marine Corp;-, able bodied, ii,*elilK, nt,
umarried man. betwean the sg- < of eighlaau and lortj
yeara. not lea:- tli.in Crc f' e. fo i and a half Inabea bigb, and
ofgooil ??liar?tct< r.
Holdlcra aervlng in tblacorpa perform dnty la uatyyardt
aod on I oftftl 01 reavtla of w+r.
Pay from SIS to $ '4 per n oi lb, wllb n>?? ndac.ra of
Llvtiiii g. boitrd and no dl' .tl attcri Um.?, furnlahc I by the go
f< rnmoni.
Apply at the Rend?*To?a. is B' ?r?ry, or at thfi Marina
Ba.ra<A., Pluibing aven .?, urookl; n.
A 'IARLAND, Major Commanding.
V OS Bl? RO~C H ASSE fBS, PI FT Y-TIIIKD " KKOIMP.NT
? N T. T,?II(ifif ttf for that $100 botmtp, Lxtt riiBr,"#
l> ore the war?nd?. K??trulta now ,?an" d ft No. (0 Chat
ham aqiiare. Ap[ ly to Captain M CMKORr or Lleul*'ant
Si'ER .INti, forma ly of Dntye'i'a i&oiuyea.
OS toJI u? if t 'M A SS E t" RH? KIFT Y-TI 111 REOIV! ?
New York Vohanteara, organized ut r ape< in 1
tl.orlty iron) th>- War Deitartinen1. ?i<utrier> i at Belli
Oarden Ki|-;>?i? ih atreat, East river, ua icr command of
loncl Oeorw A. Buckingham (4jii* Major of tic Savanty-i
re.'lm ni RnwTork Mala Militia) It la ln'"nde,l thai
??VoaMirgh y'ltft'oeurai' ahall tiot be excelled by any itrm
In the dali' Pay and ?nbal<tencc to coinm?nty Irom rlat.i
en'latioent R*< roll* will b? aeni at oneSlo camp, wnere
oiiarters are p onded, flllu bounty to aach soldier wli
honorably diacltargcd from the ??rvica. The families of th'
erill it!n< v'II bo a ded by ihe State, (iood n,. n waute I t
Ut up Con piny T. ApplyVn -"'and/t ee
( * I ] ? ? HI I' V, flf' |(}f
Lata of Nin'h reg m?nt Na%Yark Htaia MiUUa,
INTERESTING FROM EUROPE.
Oor Paris. Frankfort-on-the-Main and Con
stantinople Correspondence.
Effect of u Bull Run " Kumll'i
Exclusion in Paria.
The Rebel Agents and Their Machina
tion* in Franoe.
The XFational Shooting Festival
of Germany.
Life and Foreign Services of Brigadier
General Carl Schurz*
HIUDER OF AN AMERICA* MISSIONARY.
FRERt'H VIEW OF THE RESULT OF THE WAR,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
Our Paris Correspondence.
Paws, April 25, 1802.
The Excommunication of LL.D. Kussell from the Ameri
can Army, and Its Effect?How the French Approve of
Secretary Stanton't Actum Towrds the London Times?
The 11*4*1 Came Still on the IVane?What the Oovemment
Hopes from if. Mire*?Another Pmmphltion Italy?The
Japanese Novelty, <fc., <fc.
French journals have been bo constantly in the habit
of making copious extracts from Mr. Russell's lot tors to
the London Times that ths formal announcement of his
correspondence being about to cease, in consequence of
ths refusal of the American government to afford him
his required facilities, nscsssarlly sxoites some attention
in Parisian society.
As far us I can Ascertain, all are sorry to lesrn that so
fluent a pen should be about to dry up. At the same
time, so far from there being any disjv>sitiou to qusstion
Mr. Stanton's prudence and sagacity in the course be hss
thought flt to adopt, all parties seem only to wouder that
Mr. Russell has bo. n iudulged with such long impunity.
His graphic bet exaggerated descriptions have always
been read with avidity; but no one can doubt that
their whole bias has beon continually in favor of
the South. Now, ths London lirti-t exorcise* a
very powerful influence, not only over the people,
but the cabinets of Europe; and opinion thus gene
rated amongst the governed and governmental
departments of ths Old World cannot but react u?ain
upon the rebel States In encouraging them to persist in
their present rash and ruinous policy. As to Mr. Rus
Mil's pica that what lie writes doss not reach America
till aftsr the lapse of a month, it is really fallacious. The
importance of his words does not so much attach to his
descriptions of detail, movements of troops and general
line of military tactics us to his account < f ths general
morale cf the army and tire Uuited States government
itself. This correspondence, if other reports are to be
believed, 4s regaided with anxiety in the rebel camp.
Many s cowering spirit is nerved to greater firmness
by the perusal of its friendly spirit, i'.s-pleasant predic
tions and its favoring influences.
In France, in fact, no one is sorry to hoar that the I/ra
don Times has received, through its correspondent, a
"slap iu ths facc." 9he arrogant tone which that Jour
nal assumes in shaking of Fre n-h politlo; is distaste
ful to all parties, and mauy are dispn-sd to see in this
thoroughly independent conduct of the Amoricau go
vernment a spirit of dsllanco to England, which others
only bids their time to follow. Tns conduct of K&giand
towards the United States in their hour of trial, as ex
pressed both in Parliament and the leading journal, has
bsen so full of priie and haughtiness that a day of reck
oulng may ono day comc. All the world sees it, and Mr.
Stanton is rather regarded as a beacon ia the bold line bs
has pursued.
Opinion in Franco i? dtily stierr h nicg sgakat the
rebel s'talos. It seems to be generally thought that the
hour of final trium;<h cannot be long delayed. At ths
ssme time it I* believsd tint ths government
of tho 1 mted States is gradually l iyinx ths founilat.on or
a most lmt>ortaut chamjc?that it in. la Tact, fist becont
ifcg a Power or immense milita-y importance, ana about
to exercice au influeuas on forc:go politico in do v?y In
fer! ir to France lietMslf.
A London lei ler appears in tho Mntti'utr respecting the
LOiu| '.aint which tho Vnited State- " government has
been making in regard to the lie-. tumirts bee mlng i leel
smporluUi for Southern supplies, as a moral violation of
the professed reutrality." It fflvcs also the au? wor of
ths Kuglbdi Cabinet, " th*t such a circumstance m >t
hove l?e n fores'-eu by tlu American government, and is
only an additional nrg >mout tor roconcillation b t .vjen
the two pa> lie* lu the American republic."
Prints Poliguac, who married SI. Mires' daughter, is,
of courso, in high fes.hei at hvs father in-law's osca; e,
thoi gh it issai'i that tho lady retains such a bitter re
sentment at the Princes behavior when he.' lathe- *
t/oub.es were St th ; won't that sb? r"l'u?es to cotuu ^
f? live with hitn. Mires' Star is now so completely .n
ths ?soeu'tant that many do aot acruple lo MmikM
Le will ere long be a m"io important pcrs^na^o in I'm i ?
than M. Fonld himself. His boid challenge to th ) Presl
dtnt. v lieu charged with abstracting 5,( 00.000 franc o*,
to divulge the nsmen of tne parting who.i he paid t jii
?i m?Count dc Morny being tolerably well known to i>o
of u? is nn torst'iod to have much to do wi;h his lit
T' e chest containing tho pliers ordered to b<- rot urn <1
to Miies w<igli iiiurd tko (04 pounds. 3'hs copying of
document* itly co?t 7,two fr-inc". th ? v> i ttioation 01 ib?:
trial ^OHO franco, and ill * vrtaole trial ."-onie'JOn noo
irai v i. Ootmde.isg that pHtlee is rulii to be grr.ied
gratuitously tti Franca, tbis i* |>retty well.
M. deTihdntcLet lux published a pamphlet on the*
kingdom of Italy, which lo 'ks vary Itfco a Fret li
g< \ ercnieutal programme. lie divides tho l(v;c*
Italian States in'u two e'a-fcs or - osjo
ocmpria.ng the kingdom of Naples, mmus ?'ie'ly;
th? < tuar the ramauiilcr of the peninsula. lis in
t|nirt whether tuiit'.cation is to ba considered in en ?c
con .' ijh.-d fact, li# cotisi iers that Tuscauy, Moden*
aud Part!* are all \sr? It Sitinile.l with this unification, as
steo Cmhrti aud the Marchce, nod ibai throughout t c i
whole of t.Vper Italy the t?":eiVW1 iffact of th's y e->t
measure is exparinnrod in lha shap? of an lucrea*ad
tiaitic. Society rejoiced at thia unification froni its
ant!;>athy to Neapolitan rule. Dot Naples is histori' ally
and geofcrap'.leaiiy ?*iaraud from the rest o| Italy, and
the a itb >r thinks four or five jours of peacu and trau
<iiiillity a. e n?<?ysiry to reconcile it to the chant e.
Rome and Venice no <io<s not consider uidi?j?i;.:iU>l ?
tlut, in fret, tho a<ij >urmng of the Roman 'luistloti we
venta an Au?tro-8paul?h iolcrvciitiou?ketpi the rte:,ia
gngii*?of iuly in eh'-tk,aud reduces the Pap-icy to its
oi ig'nal condition: and, lastly, thin tie kir*d in t Italy
is an s( C'iiupll."hed fact ttmt rauet be rco gul:-.* I by the
other Puwas ot Kuropa. He thinks, likewise, that the
French trooj* must <amain at Rome.
1 be Japanese Ambassadors cual.nne to he th? giuitf
lions of ParU. F.very diy they may be riding
In the Champs Ktjrsaes, ?nd eveijr night at one
or olher of the theatres. Tartiea sojourning at t!.o
llotvi da 1/itivie had arapl* opportunities of gratify ng
? heir curiosity, ns more tlian once ih"y have dined at the
J'/?/?; and li: jse \>ho i.a\o picked up a lit (Is Ki eti< h
or Jlngli ii?aud many of the suito have already don-- so?
ars g;m1 to enter into conversati on. Their F.xceHeiK,:os'
poctt< tliandkerchieis (before u?e, be it untle'stood) are
i'i grsit rcu<iest,ar.d everyday *eoi?s of tb?.e s.ju .re
bus ol t;ce paper aro distrih ited and pixserved as on
rlostie.. The Anibsnctdo,* havo beau t. Versao^-a,
where wheelchairs were provided for th'.-m tliai the}
might trtv rM without fatigue the long gtjlei le am
curt More of that fatuous souvenir of Louis (Jus lorn aud
survey tDe tniias of cnnv.iss that adorn lis walla, ftie
fountains were let I'xwo especially to do them honor, and
liethaps u?thngih:it they have witnessed in this oily of
>ien iiy gratiii?<l the in so much as th^e celebrated wsier
worfe The vensr .bis bald head* of thtsr Ka 'am dl
plomatn w?ng> d to and fro as the tnigbly N?ptune gushed
o\.t his fants'tic waters, snd the wbnie ganlon nee e, .is
terrace ipou tarrum rose below them, ail a ire ?nh
thousands In holiday toilet m.d gushing; spriif, t-eetned to
strike them with amazement.
Vos'erday tbey went to the lio'el des in'-slld. s They
ronforni thsmsalvas wondarrully t0liur0|iesn habits, > nd
tn th? <>igoity with wiii> b thry raise tiisir straw lists,
wUen saluting those who conduct tbem through the va
rious rtepartn.euia, tbey are second to no Frenchman of
the beat *gr of French coui tesy. Thair jwiraits havo
been careiuiiy photographed, aud crowds dsiiy msombie
around Ulrous'a shup wlmlow to ins^set and comment
Upon tliem. Tbey take their dapM ture next wsek for
i/>ndou, iu or?lev to be present at the opening of the In
ternational KxlubUiou.
Mrs itinail ,lbe American drsmat 1st,is giving tocrowded
audiences re rei enun?n$ frcrn iroeihs and ('Fa ist."
l'ists, April 36,1 Mi
Bnuthtrn 1Yl*ffro?hic li<)?orf'?PmaU Ltttm l? .OoulHern
trt?Th' BtM OmrmssMi in Parit?C<MftdrraU Oma.
mtnlt?Rnitlith Qninttend Frrighu? TKt London Exhi
bition?Cmnnt?vv ali^ru B'twrn France and Knglaitd?
Spring Wealhtr?Ti inmph of fAs Sludmls ? Tit Qiiem of
/f'llawt?The A'?< lirnvm, ifr.
The dsy a'tor the arrival of {he news of thebattleof
Corinth the 1'alrit published a despatch purporting to be
-ma: ? a mercantile hoose l?l 1.1 verponl, from one in Hal
? <ie 1 dated the 8th of April, the purport of wh rh
i 'hat. d No. 10 still remained in poaaeeaien of tha
- ?-atas ' <t boauregard ha-' antliely destroyed tha
of C o -ral nuell'i a ny, had takes Ma batie
Ida ? ivaral tbouaa id p? leonar?, and thai
(4 I* t?nr? Twkiown,
had been repuUod by General Magrader, ud
forced to retire to Purtrwa M"nroe, whir* bo ?u
awaiting reinforcements from Washington. A'though ?
despatch of the 12th, which arrived tho name day, con
tained no confirmation of these reports, tho Southern
rebels in Paris ?til) profess to believe that tlio Oirimh
battle was a Southern victory, and thai Gcuoral Mcflel
lau ha* been badly whipped at York town. Indeed, seve
ral private letters have been received by .southerners
hero from friouda in Baltimore and Philadelphia, making
the Utter statement, on the streugth or which they bavo
fallen back on their old game of brag. One or two grand
victories, they say, would convince the nations ol Eu
repe that they possess sufficient strength to enable them
to resist successfully; and their hopes are again reviving
that France and Eng'and will recognize them. Most of
tho news, such on I hive given a specimen of above,
coibiw here to Mr. Slidellyt'id la by him seht to the
1'atrif, whii'h, although It Is not so enthusiastic for the
Southern cause ns it was lu the time of Judge Roat,
when it wa? handsomely paid for Its enthusiasm, may
?till be consldei ed as the rebel organ In Paris.
"fiiore ere in Paris probably about two hundred South
erners, about flfty of whom are mon of family, and
nearly all of whom are men of property, who prefer to
remain away from the scenes of strife and carnage, and
are waiting patiently for tho war to be over. These
people In one Important respect gain a eontlnu ?1 advan
tage over tho loyal Americans resident In Paris. They
are eternally talking, in season nud out o* season, and
endeavoring to convince everybody with whom they <iome
in contact or the Justloe and sure success of their cause.
Englishmen in particular, who encounter them at the
hotels, are Immediately set upon, and all the old griev
ances which they allege against the North are set forth
In pitiable terms: and tben the brag game Is resorted to,
and the superiority of race assorted, and the determina
tion expressed that the South shall never be subjugated.
From the extreme Southern States I believe there are
but two mon in Paris who may be considered loyal to the
Union?one of those is from Alabama, the other from
OeorRla. Tho remainder, so far as I hare encom>tered
them, are unyielding, uncompromising, and some of
them devilish, In their dispositions. In fmeaklng of the
capture of Oeneral Prentiss yesterday,I heard one of
them?who I holier* Is a deacon in a church lu Missis
sippi?any that If he had hla way ho would Inflict upon
h?m and over other "Infernal Yankee officer" who came
ioto his h>nds a horrible and barbarous punishment.
With very few exemptions there Is no Intercourse be
tween the Southern and Northern men In Paris. There
are, however, of the former a few moderate, sensible
men, who have been In tho Northern 8talos, and know
tho indomitable energy of <wr people, and who havo rid
themse' ves of some of the absurd notions which Ignorant
Southerners who have never been out of their own cane
brakes and cotton fluids obtain of "Yankees," with
whom one can talk without being forced to listen to noth
ing but blackguardism and bombast. Tlu.se men, Ib
view of the recent Union victories, fall back upon the
old assertion that the "North may conquer, but can
never subinrato them," and place groat reliance up n the
aid which they exneot to receive from the hot, feverish
summer climtte of the South, which they liojio will "kill
off the invaders like sheep."
There are, In addition to the cl?sses 1 hive described,
a number of young men from the different Southern
States here, fnst youths, whose entire attention Is do
voted to "loud cravats" and "stunning necktie-'," and
who nre much more Interested 1n the .Tardin Mabillo and
the Chateau des Hours than in Corinth or York town.
Th'-.-o youths And plenty of nssociatos among voting man
of the sitrie stinvi ond dezree of snood from th" North
ern States, who sink all th-ir political differences in thair
common devotion to Bacchus and Yenu*. Sevoral of
these young Ponthorn bloods sport "Confed?rato cra
vats" and Confederate breastpins, which are the princi
pal evidences of !ho|r patriotism. These, liowover, are
cheap In Paris now. A house In the rue de I'Eohlqnler,
and which has a branch in Canal street, New Orleans,
had a large number of these ornaments manufactured
for Southern use. and shipped them a few
months since for New Orlo as, wiih the intention
of -unn'Tig the blockade. Thoy wore frighten-J oil by
the federal cruisers, however, and returned to t- ran <j,
with their ontire-largo thrown buck on their hands.
Tliev have since be n selling it at r'lail.and Southern
patriotism, among its mi'o and iom <le representatives,
thus flrids n cheap vent.
i nn .vnnir'tir, in ill i/oniou corresrKi-.U'snce, maios
tbr\t the United State.- government ha* remona'rati-d
with tljp Cabinet of Great Britain .votnst the facilities
which are extended to vessels loading in English port#
with goods known to bo Intended tor thePouthf ruSutus,
and particularly atrairst pernillt\n;: (ho Rormndits to be
made the point of rrnd< of nil theao ve-sels, winch
from Here watch a favorable opportunity of getting into
Southern porti. 1ho KnglL-di government, the writer as
aorta, have rep'ied that the vea^ls load ard ch>ar for
open ports, and -that ttieso difficulties, which cannot bo
prevented by the Fnglish government,should have been
forenoon by that of the United St ??tea, tul only furnish
another evidence of the nee x^ity of so:no nrrang -tnoui
and compromise between the two dontoiidiug sections.
A subscription list has been open ham some days at
one of tho AmeH-an btnklrg houses for the purpose of
raining one thwtMnd pound* to decorate ad<1 put la good
order the little, dark, dirty space 'which has been set
aonrt for th? Am rh an exhibitor* at the Ixmdon exhibi
tion. The proposition ilM not roeel with aiiy success
here, as most of the Americana In Parli arc of tho opinion
that, under a'l tho circumstances, it wouid be batter
to ke-'p away fnm tiie FaiglUh exhibition.
There are evidently ;,omo itnoorinpt communications
in progress hot.T.vn Fr-m o and Fug land, eith>riu re
gard to Rome,tho United Stat'*. MnxtRO, or :<omo other
* b;ect?is the MarquU de 1i Lavaletto return* to Paris,
the Count de Moruy, President of the Corps Legislatif,
and the half brother of the Etnpei or, is sent to Loudon
on a mission of Homo sort, Those iivelv mcvemonts,
coming immediately ?!tor the recent nieech of Lord
Pahnerston on the Roman qnesti^n, and the statement
that Austria has rem' nslratel with 'ho !in?lish govern
ment in relation to that Kpooch, and demanded somo ex
planations as to bow the view* therein eTpre?*u<l affected
the rights o( Austria in Vecotla, probably tar* iefe
r.-nce to the vexed question of Rome* It is a?? ted that
iu view of tho fact that the brigandage in 'heNeapolitan
territory is "r.couruged at?' kopt up under the immediate
direct too of Francis the Secor.d, residing at Rome, the
French government are about demanding that Fran
cis "hull seek sotno other anyh;ni. fur he.- remixedfr Jtn
tlv bor'er.
The tuost delightful portion of ti.e r.ri*i*.n *c*<;a is
upon u?. The weather ii delightfully warm, and the
tr'e-i, ilowers and fhr-ibs :n the ganlfn; are aU it blos
som. Ti?hc popular idnce^of resort for Btranfort, the
Chntea'i de-i Flours and tho Jfcrdln Va'.illks, are ope.i, -ml
the lovely an 1 virtue.is damsels who frequent thiro may
n..vr bo V, on every e\'(n:n0' tri,<pi"g <t on tht. ?? liaht
fantMtto" h hi at U : he jet* tf a ih'i'i"on I Hah'*, s r
rounded by tta |ierfi.ino* o' a Unot'saud Sowers and Ike
murmur* of p ishmg f> untalnH.
The students and the I b?rals hf ve triumphed ovor the
(l. rgj-. II. uer.au, oc iccoiirlcf the suspni-lon of whose
course of hi lire* at the ('ullage do Franco la&t winter
there were sens serious disturbance* among the stu
den:", which le I to a a imbor of arrcsta, announced to
res Hie his eottrf* lutae new series, wh<ih orunonees
ouV')tiday next. Professor Kdonard I*bout?ve,oM of
the editors of the ./<?? Mxrtt, continue" hi.; onurfse
i'P >i tue "Cooetit itio 111' t'ue United states," which has
bc.r.i thfWWred fro.i ita commencement.
The ipiv* i of Holland if expecte I to ni' ht, i cd ?luring
her stay iu Pmi- ? t occupy tbel'avlliou Margin, in the
new Louvro. Her r.>yal spaW# is to J.iin hei ia a few
days.
T.i? long looked for and i ftou post;oced dram* of the
'?Vo'.ontatres de 141-1" waa al lc> tii | nwlticed at the
Porte St. Marita, cn Tuosday ev?n..i>'. it w >s aupp<?e<t
that '?* d' moor'.rati u' mas to be i'tade,aad every avo i!
atleslttln; or rtatiding pi'ce in the tbentre had bt-n
taken aom'e days In advance. Ihrre was no trouble,
however. the piece not ruipilrlr.g tobebltM*! down, ns
It fell of its owii weight. The drs.ra i-- founded upou the
iuvasiou of the allie- in 1H14. an I the i^rincipnl chtracx
ters are Va;?deon and a half rent half aliegoiieal c^arao
ter,io the form of a ri:na:e, wli > .4 eouiinualty a.-tvlog
Fraai-e. Tha rcdiorro sat thraagb *.oarly s ix hours of
at ipidity, the j?l ?y conimoucln^ nt !alf-;a-t so -"n and
eudlug at a nuarter to out, exliibitint; a remarkable d?
<re<.' ?>! patterne as well ?? magnanlniAy, arriving at tbe
?on< I'leion th t ?o utterly worthies" production would
n' t ereti bear hlsslag.
Out- Frnnkfort-on-the-Maln Corrcapon
dene*.
FlUSKTORT-O.N-TCI-M11*, April 22. 1?12.
for 'ht Git^f Xa'ional SI,.<nf.no Pf/i-al?
If Hi* Gastronomic an<l Ortnl LHtrarg at. I FteitnttfU
Art an ,<??"'??.( \V(t* C.-Jlar of ttt riling O'.urn ioiii?
iVliivNttlify "f lh? fiir:tliVnV??.1 .Sniu Rifleman to Have
Putt Coi 't'oit'l Of Ih' D*taiU?Sbyh ,/ 0,/ T.if$ and
Foreign SerricM of Br.^alitr Qcn'.ral Carl Sehnrt, of Ihr
Am-n-wi A i ??y, rfc.
Ureal prap-.rat ion* era t>?lrfc ruadaiB oar city for iha
Katiounl Get man Sliootln* restival, U> be Ltltl herein
tba iniddie of July.
The Feelieal t'lmmlllM hnre alren.ly appropriated
iLa liberal auni of aue bun hod tbouaand Dorine for Iba
building of elegant and apaoinua tenia, their outfit and
a loroioenta. A gigantic kitchen la to ba built in con
nect ion with 'be immecee * imng lant, In which wholeo.taa
may l>a ro?eied by the dozea. A ne natroui aoup boiler
ia alraady In proceaa of completion, capableof holding
?aupTor ten tlimnand p^eona, a frying pan for omeletg
of a tbeuaaoA egge each, eu(T?e Uoiiera of fabuloua diuiaa
aiona, aad a wina railar la rompariaoft la which tba
ltathawelnkellor tu Bremen alQki in point of aUa to la
aigtiiflcanaa.
Telegraphic llnaa ara being put ap between the aboot
Ing plaoa and tba city ttalloo. A dally paper, under tba
tdttorablp of Dr, Schweitaer, demoted to tha depoaite
and intaraata <?f tba faaliral, la to ba officially p.jbliabed
by tba Faalival Committee.
At the repeal of iha committee thePenete baa order,
ad a*'fa?tlTal aoln" ?o ba ariuck, from which tl.auxuay
p. emlome of tba ahnotem ara to ba paid
ll Ir generally eipecled, nr.d not without reason,that
tha d?p. tattosa of flwiaafraa ahootera will tuny off a)|
tUa Loalata ft.? rartaln tt la that
flc.hweilxer /octier
fcehieaal alflh nan DntacMn nether."
Jf?r" than tf'gbl hundred afcootere ha- a already entered
tli ? t .
. ritrtt? shaeterg are atoaa-llng'y forruMe'tle but
tk?*ani ewitrerland ara mora ?o. fvary sb.xjte <? ttao
ciatio i In Germany baa ana??in<-ad an intent io g,,
preaant. Many thousand dianngnuliad ah?, . rt are
aip?ctad to take part in tba festival, *n4 evs c
i>ar*iiogg gre heing made for Un.r eat?rt?inin,.?, .< um
?ictr ity of th* (round*. mmxj deputation* have announced
(Mr IntMtioo m occupying their own military l*nt*
UP?? (t>e ?Poa field, thueo of Switwrland especially.
Tlx committ** bar* < nonimouitly cbo?*n and cord laity
Invited th* Herr Johnfoaemeister ObrM, of Swli m-land,
to the entire AminuuMt of the shooting piece, giving him
tin) m et unlimited power In regard lo all lha ds
tail* of preparation, and the full generahtoip
of the arrangement* and of lb* shooters?a
poet which, by long experience, he ia better qualified
thau any other man in Europe to All with honor. Thar
Swiss receive all such compliinenU an their legitimate
right; and well they may. We are not arrogant enough
to imagine we can rival th* festival of the Mwiw We*
Shooter* at SMnz, 1 >st year. To dream it wer? mwinnu
We are glad that we are about to be enabled to r?tur*
the bountiful hospitalitle* of the brave moun
taineers. They graciously permitted us Germau*
to carry off many a handsosee prise, and we are deter
min*d not to grudge the gallant fellows our 1 lechers. We
are not the descendants of Willlum Tell, bitting the
mark is iuborn in the Hwitzer. Success to him.
It is the opinion of our military men that you Ameri
oans mlKht have mad* a better selection among our Prus
sian boys for a brigadier general than you hav o done In
appointing Carl Schura to mich a |?o*t. l*ru?sian g?ne
rals ar* obliged to bave a military oducatiea
and military experience. Carl ScbirK ha* neither.
At all ?rents, we G?rm?na would never c?b
sider nis adventures as military ei|*rieaces. It is po*
sibltf that you Americans may do so; but we have always
supposed that there were d.stingul*li*d Indian warriors
enough in your brave land, wh'?* exiwrleuoe in battt*
would amply fit them for officers, should more be needed
than your regular army and that of the volunteers could
aflbrd. We never could understand why your govern
ment sent Carl Sctiurz lo Spain, although we bH
know why he did not stay th*re. He *ald
that Madrid and it* "surroundings *soaed cold
and uncongenial." W* ar* inclined to think thqy did. The
handsome se< rotary of th* American Minister was re
peatedly invited to the Court entertainment*. The Min
ister himself was graciously allowed to pursue bis mili
tary studios and enjoy his relicctions, undisturbed and
in silence, at home. The surroundiugs wer* "uncon
genial." Why should he remain?
Carl Sebum evidently disbelieves th* old saying, that
"There ar* mor* fish in th? sea thau ever will ha
caught." H* believes they can be caught, and he In
tends to catch them. H* is * good angler, and his worm*
bait well.
A brief biographical notice of Rrigulier Gonersl Schura
may not be iinlnter*sting to the readers of the Hkbuji
The American Brigadier General,CsrlScburr, was bora
near Bonn, on the Rhine, in th* year 1827. Whii* a
student at th* University, by his oativ* town, he became
possessed of a <!*sir* to mingle in the revolution of 1MH,
then waging in Germany. 11* tliereforo left school, ia
company with several companions, arid presented bimsell
to Col. Frits Anneke,at Kaiserslantern, in the l'aUUmatl.
who was then commanding tbo artillery of the revolu
tionlstn. Ills eutbuslastic rebellion against the German
govoi umont, and bis evident dejire for activity, induced
the Colonel to honor hlin with the |>ost of seooud aid, bia
wife, Madam Mathilda Krnn/iska Anneke, being tlrst aid.
The oiecrable horsemanship of the young volunteer,
combined with his physical Inability to endur* fatign*,
rendered tho duties of hU fair associate, wke
was a superb hint*woman, moat onerous. Had
lie gallantly rema ned upon duty, iusteaxi of accepting
the kindly offer of his sympathetic co-adjutant t > p*r>
form hi-" share also, which she did with honorable d*?
patch (thinking, kind heart, that tho poor boy ne*dM
rost) at the celebrated battle of !<asiadt, b* would a?
have thon gon* to sleep upon a cannon, and would n*
have been left alotio in the fortress after its evacuation
us he was, and would have had the honor of an hotter
able retreat, instead of an ignominious escape, three
days later, through an underground sewer.
This c tiuprise* the entire military experience of ft brt
godier general of the United Stutes^f America.
If boldness and bravery, and an undaunted couraga,
good horsemanship and experience, are things to be da
sired lu American generalship, we cannot believe
the just deserts of General Schurz's co-eld
can be long disregarded; and, ft* Schurz is' now
brigadier general, may we not expect that Madaa
Anneke, who, wo learn, is now sojourning in Switzer
land, will shortly receive official lutormation of her ftp
pointment as mnjor general in the Amerloan armyf Wl
await the announcement with Interest.
What do Americans expect that General Schurz to goinj
to do? lie will keep in tno wake of whatever distinguish
*d abolition Americans be imagines iu tho highest n-gnr*
of th* people?Fremont, perliap*; we liavo heard it hist,
ed. He will be sure to ?? render no aid or comfort" 44
Gonoral Btonker, Colonels' Willich, Sclummolpionulng
and Anneke. or to any-of his old German anterior* now
enlisted in the American army, the appointment of say
of whom ia the place of Schurz European military m*a
would have considered wis* and natural. The new Am*
rioau general is keen, yet not farseoing; ambitio is, but
unwise; but his worms but well. He is * tally tir*d
Carl Schurz is not strong; but, provided behasakta*
and womanly adjiuant to assist him, be may manage l*
get along. He reiuires repoe* during action. Th* soimd
of the cannon will not disturb his slumbers. Hobodf
ought to disturb bim. I-et him slumb*r.
Our Constantinople Correspondence^
Conmiaktinuiui, April IS, 186S<
Hurler ?/* an American Mimonary and I/U Servant*?
Drmlh of the Iter. Mr. Coppix at the Hands qf Briffanit ?
Effort* for Their Arrest, rfc.
The A. B. M. F. Mission* has just expoi ioncod a mtwI
k?a in the do,Mb of one of its mwt efflciout member* la
this country.
Tho Rot. J. Oppix, a missionary established at Adas*,
in Asia Mluor, whiUt proceeding from this place to Alas*
androtta, on the sea coast, was fired upon by a party ?
brigand*, and iu a few boars died of two wound* received
in his broiUt. He was Meompanted by an Armeaiaa
Protestant servant, two muleteers, a Turkish ca>ees ot
guard, and ou Ottoman ofll-- ;?l. Ilr Coppix au.l his ser
vant were both Uiiied, and ouo of the luuletoera aud tbi
oil cial were severely wounded,
the British and American VlceOonsul*of AiexandreU*,
on hoariug of tho and adhir, proceeded immediately U
the spot, ;? ouomprtijixl by a Isrga number of guards, and
had Mr. C. conveyed to the town; b.;t It ia boliovnd thai
bo expired boforc reaching it. Ills wkfo uu thors 14
iee the J cad holy of hor husband.
The liovornor of Alaxandretta has takon every posal
bio iixauri to find out and punish the peri>etrators of tbls
horn 1)1** act, and the l'orte has seat strong ordors to botb
i.im an t the Governor of Adana to ihopamo eilect.
Mr. Johiaon, the excellent and ablo Consul of the
Unitod at tieyrout, has gone therii in a f ranch
sl?am?r.of-war for tho purpose of attending to the mM
te *. It is behoved that before long the ansasMns will bo
found.
The French View of the Result of tit*
Rebellion*
[Pari* {April 24) correspondence of I/mdon Herald.j
llis thixiu publishes, under tbe signature of that my?
tn'iosig peneaage, the" Secretaire de to BeiMtw>r" ?
ol.iborate artid.! on American alTair*, which, it I* under*
ktood, ihe government tin resorted to its comrxtifinlran
10 ;?t inserted. I subjoin it* sellout |?ria. After sutinf
Mint theSouth appear.* to be getUnc the wortt of it,and
(ctim'itin,T its opinion that, -<ooner or later, I lie whole ot
the c*-Unlted .Stutea will be suhjboted to the title ol
Washir.gton, the writer goen on to it?k, What nextf and
pri? eeds to u\araine the quoation whether it is likely
lint the old fe luril constitution will be found ofllciont??
wl.other the North and the Sr<ulh will forgive post dinar
enree sad make it up. He espra?H?ti donbti on tbe sub
jet, and goesoa to hint al thr eitaMithv of a hiyVf
i n trainrt attclnlt poremmtnl?urhtthrr a republic or a
mmutrckj it immiierinl. He says:??
'Ihecotistl'ution of the tfnlted S>at. a, wh.2h now da tee
for lotiolf-aii years. In ut ic,ue of it* kind. Itwai not form
ed ?t um-, but wns the fruit of tbe Intw and patieal dolibe
rati ins of an .'ie*>mb:y wlilrti consulted c'ccumsiancoe, and
bat th" ait of contormlng to t iam. Thirteen seinrnte
e. 'onie* e?ian. ipsted and bc?NM eevcrelga Sta'es by tnclr
bravery an t iholr latriotism, and by the loyal?? staoee of
Kraaee. inh ibiiei bv men of the amine Mrf a id r,peaking
the Kime l?n,:ua*?, felt the necessity of regulating their
com-.on latere Its without abdicating their iullvlduaj
aoveielgnty, icnsldered by tlieni aa a supreine Ideaolng.
Ut :h? aide of that sovereignty th-'y organised another,
that oi the federal government, onmt*>sed of a conge ?? of
two ?-h iinberi, of a President elected by tbe na'ioii, end of
a high eourt of Justice The attributions of thta fed-rat
government were specially Hied, The thirteen States
w mid maintain the p enitude of their sovereignly fa*
their Internal affair*, and for al! matters wMeb, by the con*
atltutlon, did n>t devolve on the federal authority. Tbat
corilsi'Mim of two sovereignties, each acting In lie
own circle, 11 the dostructlve characteristic of the present
(ooilltution of tlin United Htales. It waa a metier at
necessity: tor on no other renditions would the thlrtee?
Colon lea here accepted It. ft waa. however, likely to beeoine
a atatnbling-bluck at s >me given moment, and that moment
arrived when the civil war broke oat. We will now oon
tlnoe to retsoa ou the byi<?!hesis of the arm tea of the South
being d?'fi aied a:id disperse I by the North. Thai fact btdug
RC 'imtiilsUed c*n the two sovereignities roe list ea they did
before IH6lf Yes; If, aa a small number ot persona aav,
there ejr.isa at it nx maturity la the South lo re-establish the
I'n in a.id re-suler into tb" federal compact. No: If, aa
fh -re Is every reason to believe, the great maa? of the iiw
haM'ants of 'he slave States have ricterm tied to ?sparnie
Irom the North. Wllltbe Incompatlbll Iv of temper between
the North and the South, which can no longer be dottMed,
a'low rood order to be nnv longer possible in the Chamber
11 H?t>res. ntMlvesorln theSenatef Cnn a Georgian or a
Sooth Hit roll man, or a citizen of Mississippi sit beside one
of M^sanehnaeita or of Ohlot It appears I'npoeilble to bepe
for such a thing. The Chamber would every day be?
nme a field of battle, and II would no li nger be sreoehee
Utti lulls from revolvers which would be excBanited,
ao '-rest la the excitement on both sides. A pan
of the peop'e of the Union, In the North, hare
acted In the It le events aa though they had lost sight of the
stdrilwbi h pi elided over the framlngof the constitution.
In tl?e"r ardent deatre to vanquish the Hpnth they have non
eider* 1 the federal government aa i laced higher than th? Itidl
vi.lo'il ?orerclgn'y or thnMtates. Beingi nergeileally resolved
to ac ompllsh their purpose, they hare lent their as/il'tsnn*
to a system of rsntraliullon which would hav,- atrunk with
horror the authors of the constitution, and It la because the
tradition haa been broken In such a manner, thivt II will not
be very easy to reunite it. The eminent ruennhodrew up
the constitution foresaw that a day might eom * tvlicn at
tempts might he made to oentrallae the pov.-er to the detrl
nient or tbe Individual sovereignty of the States, und tlwf
adopied piece itionaryenactm'-iiisto me> t thut danger. The
atrongest or them waa that which "tales thai the federal <o'
vafnment haa no powera but ihoaeelven it by ths constitu
tion, and ean do nothing but what It la authorize d by it 10^0.
This restrictive Idea of the attributions or ths federal
gotsmmeni has been brought under til sou is Inn anropo*
to special taeta. but it has alwaya bci n aatu-noned.
The aflatr of the Unlt"d States Batik, ntid the In
tervention of the federal government lu pttbllj wurka,
are eiamplea of It, The d.vtrlne, there,ore, w.itcli cotifinee
the federal aovarelgnly within narrow llmlta appeara to be a
ilogma above all dispute. The States of New England la 'he
North hare advocated it with aa much ardor as tne Souths
but prior lo the late outbreak It was more particularly In the
thirteen old State* that ttie doctrine waa unst warmly sup
ported. Th? slave Htatea are, from thai wish to preserve
their pellicular Itndilutions, firmly opposed to tbat transfor
mation of the constitution which would be ttie complete
overilirow of It. Hut If they are definltivel' v.iut)uished, will
their resilience bu In valnf Will not the A'est?that young
giant. Influenced by the Instinct of centralisation?Itnpoae ou
thetn any law It |>le.isea, with or without the assent of tlie
old Ktates or the Northf The consiit'itloa of the United
Htatrs hea had a great mlefortune. . .
In tie struggle between the North and the South
It has oeeu ?.;ted agaiust bv tho I'realdent In many
of its , rineiD<<l enaetments, and that with the Banc
lion or at least th> ta.it CO*wet, of the North.
lion, or at least
tain loaiiaj''when, 'ml""hls" own "prlvste authority, he
t?laI ?..? th* nnhtU; for ihr COKrvM lion? tht
ca'led ?*\SlraoWT Ilirit call the mllltla unde*
!!2ml He^"sn?*ie^?./ it In the most offensive ma one*
IkSi. |n certs la ftealMlna. s? a' ?attlmore, jfiuspeaded the
l^i iJliilrt bv ordsrta# the arrtrt eat vwtauve l?

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