Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 24, 1849, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 24, 1849 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. lortlivnl Corn?T ?f Kiiitmi ncid Nttun lUt JADIKN idllinoif BENNHTT, PROPRIETOR. TflK ft 111. Y It t. fAr. r. rtlnwif, t rentt per ropy: ?r ?*r ??.. ??. ink mor.\/n<, nntTiox >, P?v. W at three ?' I.* A 4 M..ond I'ulrlliiibi' before break taets the frrt AETF.RXf It IS EDITIDS r?x be km', ol the newboo. it our n'rhu k . 'n't the lerni I i at three a 'duel;, P.M. TilK H Kf.K / V HERAI.D, Jar circulation on thii fortinrnt. ? putiti.hrit every Saturday, ill C'u rente per rap]/, or S3 annum i far remit otiar* in fin rope, ana printed in Errnrh and Kualith. at <i'., ertiti per ropy, or tlper annum?th' I 'tier p ii-e la include the pontine. ALL LE't'TEItS J?w mail., far tnbncriptionn, or with ad' perturmcTitu, to b. pn-i-pn id, or the pael iyc will be deducted from the mourn remitt, J. > Vttl.Vf.TdKY fitRRKSPUSDRKCS. coutainiie important mire, .oliiiie.l from any quarter of the vutrld; \J need, trill he liberally paid fur. SO Xt'Tlcl. i n 1.11, n t iMoiiyinoui communication*. Whatever i* i itendrd for fatrrtion mutt be authenticated by the name and iddret of the uiri'ee; not nrcemarily for publication, but it a a ho ranter of hit yooi faith. H'r cou nt rrturn rrtrrh I 'nm-uniroeirut THE IIKRAJ.ft ESTAttl.ISllMi.NTit open throughout the niyht. AllintBllBNTt TO MO WOU ITMUMi NATIONAL TRKATRK. Chatham Square.? om. Mir-? ti > s ir Ni* V?.i. ii? riiRKk VaAaa AfTtA? TiiiTuviriTHi H>i hi u. MFOHA NM'S' IIALL. Brft&'lwn*, n?ar Broomt?Cmru TV? ni.Nf.rn i.n. CASTLF. GARDEN?PnoMimAnt Cosckrt. TI'-Nioiit. CASTt.E 0 ARfFN-??? . < ' wn?iiT. KtW tint.. NiiiiiIh) , .Itilir '.{4, IH-1U. The Kclnllnna nf It-nnu and Fruiict. It in tol>" Imped i hut the next steam hip that arrivps in tl:i United Ftntee, will relieve the public mind of the doubt* end misgivings which agitate it, concerning the real intentions of the gove rnment of Louis Nwjiolcon in Etndmg a large French force to Home. TliemeEBago which he delivered to the Legislative Assembly given iim no information en the subject, nor can w e gather, Irom any other source, what the rrnl purposes of the French government are, or any information that would enuble u.s to unravel the mystery which envelopes that extraordinary proceeding. The same doubt is indulged in by the Jlf insns themselves. 'ihey cannot imagine that the French republic would mat ch an arwiy to crush a pa*ople who Imve manfully struggled to accomplish what the people of France themselves arcotnj iished?to put ihe yoke of tlie oppressor again on ilietr necks, and reduce them to the servitude from which (luy emancipated themselves, llut the appearance of a French army at their doors, and the demand <f General Oudinot for admittance into Home, W'thci t assigning any reason for such a strange proceeding, certainly did no: augur well, and force w as used to prevent such entrance. The French nrmv was reoulsed. with crnsideruhle h,ss in killed mid wounded ; and, ut the last accounts, iroi encamped outride of the city, awaiting the reinforce ments promised by Louis Napeleou, und despatches tie to the next step to be taken in this mysterious and suspicious business. The Romans announce their determination to maintain the attitude which they assumed us soon us the Trench army mads its appearance, and to p.erith sooner thim to submit to the intervention ol France lor the restoration of the Tope, as their temporal sovereign.'They are determined, they say, that the Pontiff"shall neveragain be their sovereign, come what may; and equally determined to resist any army that will undertake to oppose them.? They have accordingly made gigantic arrangements for resistance Seventy thousand tnen are rear'j to repulse those who dure attack their city; and tliey have declared that Rome shall be destroyed, und that they will perish in its ruins sooner than they will submit to uny intervention, with the reinstatement of the Pope m view. This bcjng the condition of tilings in Rome, we would not be surprized to hear of a desperate ttruggle having taken place before this time. It is evident,fioni the tennwrand determination evinced by the Remans, coupled witli the spirited aud successful resistance which the French nnny encountered on itslirst appearance, that if General Oudinot should again attempt an entrance into Rome, his progress w ill be contested inch by inch, and that if lie eventually succeeds, it will be at the ruin of Rome; and the complete destruction of that ancient city. The news by the next steamer may, therefore* be looked for w ith great interest. It is astonish" ing, the extent to which some of our American iournal6 sympathize with the dethroned P-pe, and desire his restoration. Those papers condemn the Romans for deposing him?term them robbers and incendiaries, and laud bis holiness to the skies. Wc should like to know what t!je people of Rome have done to merit such opprobrious epithets. Their conduct since they formed their republic, bus been characterized by lofty putrTbiism and u spirit deserving of the highest commendation. llow can American journals or American citizens condemn the Romans, w ithout censuring their fathers, who, in n former nge, lifted the sword against a foreign oppressor ! Such incon istency is inexcusable, and smacks but little of that democracy which we talk so much of. The Romans are right in the course which they pursued, and, with the help of Providence, they will succeed, sooner or later, even should Prance oppose litem with her whole military power. Arsow and Muitnsk?Tin: litrrmuxce.?The negro Jones, who was tried and found gtuliy ol arson, and sentenced to be hanged for the crime, was, ns our readers are aware, saved from the gallows by the Executive, through the inturventionof the anti-capital-punishment philosophers m this rity, and elsewhere. Those gentlemen besieged the Governor's house for a number of days, nnd besought him so urgently and so unremittingly, that he yielded, nnd the sheriff of the city un,? rounty was relieved of the unpleasant duty of putting the culprit to death, in pursuance of his sentence. Now, we had no especial desire ill t this man's Mood iliculd be shed; hut we confess that we think the exercise of the pardoning power in his case wan injudicious. Arson i-, perhaps, the mt ?t dreadful crime that can he committed. In adilitinn to the destruction of property, it ndanzers liumnn life, nnd in many canes lias sacrificed it \en in thi* very city. It is a crime which i? no rrry ,.f detection. The time ^elected for committing it is the dead of night, when people are lost in sicep. It is n crime that li is been perpt trntrtl to a great cxtei.t in this region, and has sent many an innocent man, woman, nnd child, to un untimely i nd, and even within a f< w years has seal persons, ununointed, unanne.iled to the bourne YfhcDce no traveller returns, it is a long time since an cxami'Ie has been made, and hence we argue the impropriety ol n.\ceuti*c interference in tlie case of Jones, who wae dot u< J in the \ cry ncfi found guilty on testimony that could uot he controverted, and sentenced to he e*?tut :il. Ih? punishment has been commuted, No t?e it. The deed in done ; and we would not recall it, if we could. T.ut we will r ay that, if there was jn-ticc in commuting the pi nn-liment of Jones, there will h; great injustice in executing Wood, who lies under sentence of denth, in the Tombs, for poisoning l if cmllfv i\f flir? nrirnp fetr li?? i.ta wiir. ii', ? ??"?/ ... >. i? adjudged to l'orfrit his exn-teiire, took away bat one life; Jones might have sacrificed several. The house w hich he fired contained, at the hoar when he applied the torch, thirty-fix human beni; <, mary of tliem helpless women and children, li h u wocxh n building, ia the most densely populated portion of the city; and, if lie had not been discovered, if he had not been disturbed in the act, he might have destroyed a great many lives. Vet, the man w ho took one life ia todir, while he whose | criminality might, and probably would, have causrd the untimely death of several peraono, is snatch* <1 from the gallows by the Executive. Ws repeat that, if the uct of clemency in .lones'a care was Justice, the execution of Wood w: ] be ?*> <> *irr tonvrds the eiimT'ir'';.', ? . M.a aa.iMJUUli^asli 4 8U1TRE.SSI0.1 OP TUK StTHDAT LlQSOE TEAPPIU. ?For some time putt, e few individual* in this city, acting, as we i?rr lod to suppose, by wh tt they say, from a sense of humanity, hare exerted thenv ?Ives to induce the Mayor to issue a proclam ition prohibition the opening of liquor stores, and the vending of spirituous liquors on Sunday. They have been successful, for the Mayor has issued the denied proclaim! U? n. It goes into operation this day, and the poliee authorities are enjoined to prevent any infraction* of this law, and to make complaint* against all liquor store* which may hereafter Ik* opened on the Sabbath. Now, if the law prohibiting the saleol liquors on Sundays is to be carried out, we hrq>e there will he no distinctions made. If no liquor is to bo sold to the poor man at three cents por glass, we hope the sixpenny shops will he closed likewtsr. If the poor lal'Oiing man, who, living in u large and crowded city, in an artificial society, cannot regale himscu w ith a glass of beer or brandy and water, us tire case rnay be, on the only day of rest, be lias in the week, we see no reason why the rich man should be allowed to indulge in a bottle of sherry at three dollars. And as for the principle of the 111 ittcr, we do not see why the rioli man, who can afford to stock his cellar w ith the choicest Amontillado and lleidsick, should have license to drink even at home on the .Sabbath, while the poor man, whose means are hardly sufficient fur his family's support, cannot enjoy a three cent or a sixpenny drink, which to him is, perhaps, as great a luxury as a bottle of port is to his opulent neighbor. There is anothi r point connected with this subject, which we think is entitled to some consideration. The object contemplated by the humrne gsntlcmen, who have prevailed upon the Mayor to issue his proclamation, is undoubtedly to limit the drinking of spirituous liquors. Hut will it have the desired efTectt The public, in general, will look upon the measure as an attempt to enforce on them, by authority of law, the opinions of others, ?as an attempt to make them teetotallers by legislation. Against this they will rebel, and they will, in a spirit of opposition to the dictates of others, and to what they will term nn impertinent interference with their rights,as thinking and intelligent people, drink nt home, if they cannot procure ii in iij'i'iiii^ % vi vail/ u vumt? in uitmuy ill their pocket, anil imbibe perhaps more than they would, if they were obliged to pay for each drink separately It they imbibe at home, an evil ex" ample will be before their wives and children ; if they carry Ihpror about their persons, the cheapness with which they can procure it by the quantity, may make them take more than they oiht rwiuc w ould, and perhaps make them in the cud confirmed drunkards. Thus, it will be seen, that the subject must be looked upon in more lights than one. Society, unquestionably, endures a great many evils, and many misfortunes are entailed on families, by people indulging to freely in drink. It is the same with I smoking, with gambling, with speculating, overtrade g, and, in fact, with every imprudence. Wo admire, however, the spirit of humanity which actuates those who have urged the Mayor to take the course w lrieh he has determined to adopt. It is delightful to knew, that in this cold and selfish world, in which the general rule of conduct, adopted by man towards his neighbor in all his dealings, is based uson that celebrated maxim, " Every one for himself, and the devil take the hindmost"?it is delightful to contemplate, that there are a few amongst us who are u^iniated by a spirit of humanity and benevolence, of such high order as is developed in the matter under consideration. Oh, that it were more conprehensive, or would take u higher flight. If it did, indeed, thousands in our j midst would no longer die of neglect and starvation; the tears of countless widows and orphans would be dried. The worst feature, however, is, that the humanity of the present day does not, as a generul tiling, extend to the breeches pocket, and is utterly unacquainted with bank cheeks, for the benefit of the friendless, the orphan, or the widow. " Oh, how 1 feel for that poor woman !" exclaimed a rich man once. An old member of the society of Friends, who overhenrd him. addressed bim n? once, " Friend, doth thy pocket feci lor her!" The rich man ramend. Ths Common Council and tiik Wiluamsbubqu Fkbrt.?Wc hear a good deal of whispering about cettain strange nimneeuvres that took place recently in the corridors of the City Hall, and in the grogshops in the neighborhood of the Park, in connection with the Wilhnmsburgh Ferry controversy. In fact, it has been directly intimated that tlm votes of certain gentlemen of the Common Council were influenced by bribes?that, in plain terms, certain members had been tampered with, and that they gave their votes in exchange for gold,without reference to the merits of the subject on which they were legislating. If we mistake not, this ii the second charge of the kind that has been laid at tic door of the Common Council. A short time since, a member of the Hoard of Assistants, when the s.iinc subject was under consideration, rn e in Ids place, during the discussion, and directly and publicly stated iliot lie had be n tampered with : and that he w as under the impression that the vote* of certain of Iii ( colleagues did not <t ad n ictly with the opinions which t'.iry rxprc-rd a short time previously, and that he feared some improper tiiihienre had induced them to alter their minds, lie railed upon that H-urd, when this char;;'* wis made, to investigate the matter, and clear themselves of the imputation thus thrown on them. No notice. 1 wt vi r, was taken of it, and the matter wns bVu wid to drop. We did not intend to allude to the >. S el nun ; but w e cannot now remain silent when n irr.'dar charge of bribe >y and corrup- j tion is nu.'le m-t tlie representatives ot the people : agd w- now declare, a second time, that j i tne v, v r.m owe it to me ruse (top, loincir const!: i 'K ;.ncl to t!ie character of otir c:ty, at home r.i.d 11 roud, to appoint a committee of investigatit n in !hin matter ; to punish th* guilty, if uny there nic, or to show the falsity of the scandalous imputation cutt on them. We ?hall too what course will he adopted this time. JiATKF. viioM Hba/ii." av? I I'i.ata.?!>y the arrival of the clipper ship Courier, Captain Wolfe, from It io Janeiro, we are in receipt ?f files of tlie Jonuil do Cutitrrcio, to the 12th ulf. We find nothing of political lutere t in these papers. The American bark St. Mary (one of ihe California fleet) had been driven on the rocks of (travuln, during: a gale on the litli May, and had lost her keel. .She was rescued from her position, nnd ( finally towed to the island of Cobras, l,y the Jtr. steamer of war Ilydra The gale, during which she wrs driven ashore, was a most severe one, mid considerable damage was done to the shipping; though, w iih the exception of the St. Mary, we do , not at e the name of any American vessel mentioned as having suflercd damage. t From Montevideo and Huenos Avres. the ac- i counts ar* to tUc 28th nnd 2."?th April. Affairs, in both places, were in statu yuo, and wo presums J they will remain so, until an answer to the offer of ? Rot-as, which was forwarded some time since to 1 the French government, shall be received. i There was a rumor current at Montevideo, that ' by the steamer Driver the Rnglish government , would send jtowrrs plenipotentiary to Mr. .Southern, to adjust the <|ueMiona at issue, ns far as regarded linidand. Again, letters frotn Huenoa Ayres, as well as from Montevideo, contradict the report , which went out by the Uat packet, that Admiral I'redour had sent to France a project of agreement J with Rot-as, for approvul by his government. The t fact is, there are as many rumors afloat aa there are abeut Venezuela news now-a-days. Arrival of thk stitamsiric TftuxEsaEB.?Tlie favorite steamer Tennessee, Capt. Collins, arrived yestrrday from Savannah, and brought a largo number of passengers. We ire ind hte.l to Capt. C k ARRIVAL OF THE CRESCENT CITY, WITH Half a Million Dollars in ttold Dust. Interesting Advices from Mexico, Sc. Sc. Sc. The fine steamship Crescent City, Captain Stoddard, arrived at this port yesterday afternoon, from Chagres, New Orleans, and Havana. On her outward passage, she left New York at 4, P.M., on Wednesdny, May 23tl, and arrived off Cbagres, in Hi days, with 51 passengers. The reports Ironi California, brought by the arrival ol the 6teamers California and Oregon, h ive bven given ut length heretofore, suffice it now to say,?hut the astonishing accounts from the gold regions are fully authenticated. The C. C. left Chagres on the 4th June, with 123 passengers, and arrived at the S. W. Pans in five oh\s seven hours, whence she proceeded up to New Oilcans, and landed a portion of her passengers. Nothing of importance was stirring in New Orleans. The cholera had greatly subsided, and in fact, was scarcely noticed. The efforts made to stop the crevasse had been thus far effectual, and the woik is going steadily on. though the rear portion of the city is yet Hooded with water. Many persons had leil the city to spend the summer ut the N'orih. The C. C. remained at New Orleans until Saluiday, the IGih in^t., at 10, A. M., when she left lor Havana, where she arrived on the evening of the IHih. After landing a quantity of specie, she left the Moro, lor New York, at 1% A. M., on the 19th. As the authorities would not permit any communication between the vessel and the shore, on account of the cholera at New Orleans, Captain Stoddard neither obtained passengers nor newspapers at that place. The Crescent City brings nearly half a million in specie and gold dust on freight, together with* irge quantities of the precious metal, the property of the passengers. Annexed is a list of those to whom the gold on freight is consigned :? CAItOO OF Tlllt C'KKSCKNT CITY. Ilowtand &. A spin wall specie ami gulUdust. .. .$200,000 'I Uouius Vi(lisell. (till J (JUnt 700 F. it L> Fowler 2*> 000 \V II. HcHMlluan 30 000 Amos It. Ltu>. 13 fteo l.ivinvtHton. Wells ic Co 7 300 J (i. King & Mod till 40?# C. I). W. Sillies Unit- 1,021 \ ounjr llnwkius & Co. O.DuO .Tames Bishop Ji Co ; 7 000 'J In inns Uevvo 2 300 D Purees 800 T. Dunbar 1.452 K. Purl lei t So.000 G. R Ward l.OOt I. Vnn Ni .vliHml (! 4>>U Suydmn. lined & Co 5.1HI0 T A Ravla 7 "<J Lord, Wirrro fc Salter fl.CoO J. Sinclair fW.OoO J. LtffTW O.oou Oelrtclm & lHugcr. gold dust and apecie 4S 2IS II. Coduiati lout) J. l?e Witt ISloodgood 1.15D Total 4M,014 I'llis is simply the amount on freight, and docs not include that in possession oi the passengers. The New Orleans Picayune, of the 16th, says that she has on board $166,500 in gold dust, $50,000 in specie, and 50 packages of merchandise. The Crcrcent City also brings the Panama surveying corps, who have finished making reconnoissance of ihe Isthmus, after having examined the most practicable routes. Col. Hughes and Gen Norris, and others of the survey, are now at the Astor House. The passengers who went out to Chngres on the lust trip of the Crescent City, were all well and en route for Punatua when the vessel left. The California was then at Panama, waiting for them to proceed to Sun Francisco. No diflicultics now exist with legard to conveyances across the Isthmus, and all arc speedily accommodated. The Crescent City brings 151 passengers, and arrived here ut half-past 5, P. M., yesterday, the SJd, being 4 days and 8 hours from Havana. The following is a list of the passengers :? LIST OP FASSRSOKK8 IV TTIK CRKSCEJTT CTTT. FROM CHACHKN. Surveying Corps of Panama Railroad: ? Col. O. W Hughe*. Chief Knslnoer. 11 W. NoirtAq'4'} Engineer*. Ltcut. AV.Lhaudlar,L' S.N. II. H. O'Callaghan. I.ieut. J. Hull. U. 8 N. W J. (iary, Lt.JC.BnnnyeaHtle.lT 8.A. W. J. Norris, Dr. J. lludeustlen. U. 8 N. Beuj Burns, I apt. Loyd Tllghmau, AV. II. Mllnee, Mr J. L. Baldwin, W. Hopper, John May. J. O. Brier, I J. William*, J. AV right, [>co. AVoloott. AV. 8 Ogden. Dr. M B. HaUt?<V C. H. K.ahtuan, ). J. 11 a pes, J. AV. O'Brien, II. r>. Stowe, R. B JarriH, AV. 8. Orl tilths, II. Petherbridge, P llalc, W. Hind*, AV AV. Hidlry, K. A. Colo, J. AV Brown, Mr. R. Jacobs, AV. J. Corcoran, B. Ludluin. D l ar.-i, J. AV. Raymond, 3. Burr, J. M. Valentine, I. Armstrong, N. B Harris, J. Pcffuer, AV. O. Stevenson. Am. Cordan, servants, A. Loughrer, lucob AVilliams, C. Newton, ) ( bare, J. Brush, r Butler, P. Cahan, lira. Sinclair and "errant, E. Barkmau, I >1re ( nnipbt'll, J. Look, lias Ej re, <3. AV. Mapoa, lenor A. Parades. AV. Mapes, lostcr P. A tltariu*. S tilth, . ( Denike. J. Ilall, i I. II. rcttitigill. O. Atharton, 1 V. Mosamau. J. Brockie, . H. Stand. J. Tbotnaa, , apt Watcher and nlDe seamen of Bremen ship j Humboldt, sold at Panama, ( irom nrw ] Mr. Searing lady, two children, and servant, Mrs. Harris. two children, and servant, I Mrs. Montross. two children, and servant, i Mr C A. Kag" r. lady, two children, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Sager. two cliildren, and nurse. . Mrs. Spangsnburg and two children, Irs llildreth, J. 8 Taylor, Mr Davis and lady, L. Rosnoil, Mrs (irny and 2 children^ J 8 Clark, Mi?s Berk. M. Smith, Mrs Marks. T. J. Spenee, v B Day ami lady, A. H. Morgan, Mr. L.acotinrte, O.Clifford, antain I.luck, * C. AV. Clauda, I. Wright, O. A'anayne, I. u. Jniiii.-on, f. II. I ?rt?b, Mr. Cltiion. O. B Tate, A. Wbeelct, M. I'oharty, A'. Holmes, II. Campball, Hr. Allm#. Mr. Billou*, Hr. Snilth ?ui servant) L. Badot, Hr. Bpeytr, P. O'Mmti, i Smith, J. Myers, i. II Krieman, ti. ( alet, I. I'elsvr. From ( liapri-s 83 8rum New Orleans b? Total 161 TIIE NEWS FROM MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Vr received, hy the Crescent City, the New "Cleans Vuuyunr, of Saturday, the 10th inst. It * one d?y Inter than that brought by the overs.i d mnil. It contains the following news from vli xico;? M1CXTCA5 ITTKtT lOK.trK. Py the arrival bora, last utiioIor, of the brtir Ann* i:,il folia, t apt. I.lston, from Vera (,ru? the 7tli inst, re have received tiles of the .'/rcii- frt?, of that city, up ;u ti.e day uf her departure. nnd F.'. Monitor. Ft Cmmot. l a Palance and I t Trait d' l.'nion, from I he espial to the let tost.. inolUsivt. Tha discover; of ^->ld In ( allfrrrla. by our enter>rl-io(,' countrymen appears to have awakened math f the cupidity ut the Mexican character. and regrets ire ir> (,u> ir 11 i > i , i in the Jnurwts ti IkttioM* ryiLui int I'-rrit'. rj nould i,ji- ten trMIs ai \ ci.rrf | od' nt of tho (Jhibo. putilliihcil in tho capital, itllc from Sun frani-lrco thai thn nrriral in that port if a Mr ilean rrhootnT. from Varatlnn Intd fiirakouod n liini und lilr runip'i nion.i. other Moaloana. hopon i f it hn:ut t? i ?i ry inimical to cur govcrol#Tity th< r?. ilo ag 'I I" I ijaliT of Maaimn* La* I ?on ilocMi it within anhort in in l! .1 r n. ;.i, i It would not 11 intra.rditi try If. ?.> Li- union ol .*pfioi h Amuri'or* and R'i|ii|"iAtia nrno -Inilv it I i?i in > ; ii : .1.1 t it' jr ? n | in v r- ?t. d fr? m t'l* ' mut I 11. \<iri* .h* to for.a .a rr it a?< I p nvciful n tion, the minimi of I.'io I'u .lie. Tie* < in *, | ri-r would n<o .? .ii :i'.i or e til thr I ?rli.i- m r< nil u' t of Smith will e 11? Sit an J wti.oh I't >tMcik? . in| toy,I to laitlita It. (do h ro itlluili ?t.) I ho or |i r of <.n v i.lth int< r<!i<-1 I ir il'KiilriH at t)n> mini* to nil, rxuopling clti/onr I l ho I kill (I fit at on) t.' ,'h * / . . of llio ;;i*t nit that Ur> l.ila Mini* i r i ii d y t t'otn" di patrfn -I an nrii>1 11 iondu hy tio mail ftiannf. tot ha Urm of J school i.-r *. o o rl fli'itil. if !' i ?io. i i t< pn.-i rot,, t ho : j. if ?(i ti t', thi tfa.r ?>l.h tl.i. 1.1/ <>t I it .i-.H ' .i The mnf paper urges on hla nuorMior te folio* up the project (ol'iated by 8r Piaa j iluifu A hill hw bMU introduced into CongrcM for sinking WPtOttili. to come out of the indemnity t o he mIi! hv lb? Called States. to he applied for the gradual reduction mikI payment of the iutrruiil debt of the republic A motion was lately mad* by Sr. Perdlgon. in the l ham her of Deputies, to impeach Gen. tri-to the Muietor of War but it was rejected by a vote of 15 to 2(5 The Inhabitants of San Luis Potosi were In great alarm at latest dales lu rmnu ijiienro of the near ri clnitj to that pity of the Indian insurgents of the Sierra Gorda and tlio unprotected statu of the country intervening Gen. Guzman has been accused of withdrawing his forces froui active operations In the Sierra with a riew to an op? n hontile demonstration ng liuit the CH-ncral (rovernuient On the 2ttilr ult an insurrection hrokc out In the city of sCacliila. lu Oaxuea. but it was aoeu quelled hy the troops and municipal guards I'h re were eighteen or twenty kilted on the part of the insurgent*. There Is to be an extra session of the Mexican Congress to commence on the 1st of July, necessitated by important ereuta to be brought before it, which admit ot uo delay. 1 he State of Vera On* has voted medals to be distributed among those who distinguished themselves in the defence of Vera Crux, during the bombardment of Ilia! city hy Gen. Scott. The Spanish Consul has received one. Kl Jlrcn Irt'i of the the flth Inst , states that the Indlvlduels compromised in the recently discovered plot to revolutionize Tint picu. are to he tried by the civil power. It adds thin the annexatl mists are still Indus, tiiomly working at their infamous project, but that Gm Viga is on the watch. and tvlll suunnardy punish those tvbeur he llnda iu flagrant opposition to the law. The Apaches and C'amanches still continue their barbarous inmnds upon the frontier State", robbing slid murdeiitjg ihe inhabitants. S-inora and Duraugo are the most exposed to their ravages 'I he cholera has nearly disappeared from Mnnterv and other parts ot Nuovo Leon where it had carried off so u.any pet-sons /\ t wnrs rum-iii m i no rnpnui. wt: lt'iiru I rum the J'rte fin of tl>ti .'<> Ii fust.. thai. th.> Indian* In Ilia city of A cm n bit y Iniii risen mid dechmd a war of caste* against their .Mexican ruler* 'I lie war in the Sierra (lord*. notwithstanding the nppeii'Iit submission el {Juimx. one of the Chief-, of llie

insurgents I- mi ill going < u willi little hope of a termination through management of the government i fllcinls. ami the disiirrmilzallon of 'ho army operating there. The soldiers uie continually deserting A new State has hern formed out of portions of the d'titriri ol Mexico I'm Ma und Michuaran. It la to be the Slate of (!uerrero. Den Francisco V Ft riiiuidrr, ox-Governor of Triurullpa*. bus been ?rcund of 1 reason tu his country, by G. ii Meudozn Deputy in Congress Dou K. V. For- ' tiaiiiiez I- implicated in t liepr-ji-ct for allegation lately (i!*-icd at Tampion. THE CAI.I I'OT'.N J A NEWS, Tbo latest nuns received in Mexico from San Francisco I-. up to the 1st of May vv'ooll.-n goods had fallen considerably lu price. In eon <eijneneo partly of tlieir abundance and partly through the advent of tummer Ilousea of business in S in Krauciaoo decline nceivlig any more couslj ntneritR. unless of articles which coDiinand a ready sale 1'hey exact eleven per cent ci iinuisii n and warehouse room V short time ago a i mall dwelling there was lot at $250 per month, on a 1. it. i . 1 two year*. nod imilledi itily afterwards the solo of i" f>00 was offered by the owner ami accepted by the lessee, to annul the cootraut There was for the moment some dillleiilly In c<dleellrig gold on the rivers, as the waters had overflowed the banks. At the i dry diggings there were eight thousuud persons at work, at?lis spot. Itwnsin eoutcniplatiou to hoi.1 a meet- | ii g for the purpose of passing resolutions to prevent I all who wi re not American citizens from working at ! the mines In the I'ln'er del Norte, the Indians had ] di-piuyeil some hostility to the whites, and some murders had been commit!i d by them. IWIIMVB OF TEIIT'ANTErKC. Two gentlemen. ns we learn from Mr. Hoffman, who has just returned from Vera Oui. lately took an neursu n aeaoss the Isthmus of Tehuuutopre. I'hey left Giiasnruulcos in the vicinity of Vera cr.i* ontlieCth May, and perform i d their journey, fifty flight leaguos, in canoe navigation and thirty.coven leagues on h >rsel.ack Th> > reached tho shorua of the I'uclflo, bathed in itg nation, and returned to Uuasuauulcos on tho 24th '1 bey were eight days iu going und flight days In returning, having stopped two days at Tehuantcper. distant about live leagues from the Pacific Those gentli men Messrs James nnd Duff, state that the expense ineurred in crossing the Isthmus is $3n at tho most. They further informed Mr Hoffman that small boats, drawing front twenty to twenty-four inches of water, ean run on the river nine or ten months In tho ytar '1'he cost of horse hire, from the head of navigation to the raciflc coast, will not amount to mors ibau i 10 a head, i arb passenger. Movements of Individuals. Among the arrivals at the Astor House yesterday were C'ol. Hughes, Gen. Wra. Morris, W. a. Morris, Floyd Tilghmsn, J. J. Williams, J. 11. Stump, of the Panama Surveying Expedition; Chns. Bravo, Jamaica: J. Moses, do ; Joee Antonio I'eredes. Panama: Muster Vlllerino. do : J C. Bonnycastle, U. S. Axuiy: S. Smith. ! Esq., Now Orleans; Wm Ailing, do. . Vlty InUlllgense. Tits Thcvvositu.?Yesterday, the thermctucfer I ranged as follows:? Six o'clock, Jl. AI. 12 o'clock. 3 o'clock. C o'clock, i PO. 02 01 S8 It was 10 degrees lower last year on the same day of , the month in lP4d. on the 21d of June, CP was the j highest degree, making a difference of 24 degrees Sen Struck.?Mr. Marshall, of the Broadway Tbea- , tre. who was attacked with sun stroke, just ns he was j entering the railway can at Philadelphia. Is much bet- ! ter. though weak from loss of blood. Fortunately there j happened to be two medical gentlemen In thacars, who j knew him. nnd at on ,n applied the luucst. No groat j was the paiu lie suffered, that It was necessary for | strong men to hold hira. He came on to New York, and his life was consequently more endangered; tut ! we arc glad to learn that he in now out of dau^m-. Ami >ir.n Casf.?Last evening, a man ?f the laboring I class wan nttackol with sun rtroko. aud was convoyed ! to thgt'lty Hospital. lie was very 111 at 0 o'clock; anil, , tbougli ?very mean* was employed to save him. It was ; fenri d ho u.uld not live. Dkatii oi' Thomas tti* Acto*.-?Thomas ; Flynn, the well-known cornelian, died yesterday, at i tho Centre street Hospital, ills funeral will take placo this day Tiik i.atc Ms. Pol*?Yer.terJay morninir. at day- 1 bnak.a salute was fired by the troops on Governor's Island, to the memory of t're.-ldeut Polk. and during : the day the national liaghung half-mast high. Father Matiikw?Th? procession to receive Fetlier i Matliew will, we understand, be formed in Chambers street and after passing through the principal tho- : roughfsri s. will march to the Castle Garden, where ' the Hot. gentleman will b? in waiting, accompanied by I the Committee of the < Iraud Division of the Sons of Tt mpetance, anil the Committee of the C otnuion Council. who will prcvlou?fy go for Mm In a Ktcmncr to Staten Island. The public reception cannot be now before Tuesday, If so early. It has bei n sugge ted that there ought to be no publle procession but the people will. In any ease, throng to see Mm. and the effect of the procession will only he to make tho gathering more orderly and less ohjcetionablo. We have I heard that It is tho intention of some parties to exhibit j i Ihe Apostle of Teaipei-anee ?sa lion at the Tuberna- I nlo. rharglng 'ZU cents a head for the sight. We trust . he will lend himself to uo such foolery, nor auv schemes of money-making. If he wishes to preserve tils popu- . larity here, ho will avoid olhjues, and eschew the in- ; | Buewcn of interested Individuals. If Father Mathcw Is to address tho people let it be In the Park, whore all ; can hear him, without money uud without prloo. Pvkificatiois op tiik Citv.?The First ward stands j for cleanliness A 1. Yesterday and the day before, the | ruplalu of police and the health warden went into the | houses especially those in Washington street and hud ! the filthy ones cleaned out and whitewash with lime. They had 'JO men engaged at this work, and Pro j feasor Grant, the agent for the disinfecting fluid, with a hogshead of the stulT, to purify the abodes of tilth and misery. We wish the captains in some of the other wards would Imitate tho example. Sumiav Lnjt o* axd tiis Mayor's PaoctAMATtov, ? To-day the Mayor's pruelunation against .Sunday li(|uor truflie is to come into operation. It seems it is rather unpopular, end that many ?f tho public houses are determined to set It at defiance, in which determination. no U'<ubt. they will to supported bjahi-t of customs rs. who maintain that brandy and water Is as coed medieltin against tho cli"h la on Sunday as on tho iither si* dajs (I tho week Wo hope there will he no ilot. and that it will not be necessary to call out th? military. In.t evening, that the Grnud Jury. during; its sluing on ihe inve?tigatiou of the A stor Place Opera riot, in- I dieted < npt hy iidrrs. John 3 Austin, .fames iteckltt, Bye Sir a and everal r?tlicr.?. nh&rgsd wllU being oonrerncd in getting up of the riot which occurred on the 10th of May at the Astor Place Opera Hour We give llie above ss a rumor, it mar b? trim, or it may let 1 untruo, jr?t i>UU It was currently reported to bathe ' ra>B. j ( h< km: at rut !i im *r?Lostcvenlngr nbiutT o'clock, thorn wan rather an exciting scene at tlio Hatt ry. and | thu citl/.cns who went down there to enjoy tli? cooling ' 1 i a bree -.r were amused without pay log a rent for their , ] fuo A man. who o name we board was Kiddy. ram? ; . opto another, whore name was M t arthy. corner of , Lirn ufcich and Hector streets. nod insulted liim in ; very po- ible wny rlioit of striking liiui. Ho called ! ; tiim evi ry possible opprobrious name. Including lUr : ird jirrjurrr. nod mapped hi? fingers io bis faer lie j harged him with swearing falsely again*!. him in nmo. j i Hse in whi -h rtrilly was tried for attacking a police. , man. Met arthy could not be brought to tim scratch ! ; nohow nod lie ekiilted away, under every insult and j ttiputaticn. amidst I'm jeers of the crowd, though ha ; j * ?? large enough to have beaten two like hia mora =pi- i , dted our my. I ( ' A Cs.a.''-I.a?t evening, when pa'slng down Wall i . drref. we observed a crowd collected et Ifunh.-im's I , Lunch House, opposite flic Cu-tom liousc. 'I here was | \ i hor ? tindw.igon in the street, anl two gentlemen i , were carrying a third to it, who appeared to l>o in a ( rery helpless slate There was ? cry of cholera'' I iinoru Hie crowd, but some of the mora knowing one* aid that his legs were not stiff enoogli for th itdli* use. accompanying the observa'ton wiili a suppressed sueii It tumid ont that 'lie icut was lilliol drunk. W hether chop in may f'dli w Is another nunotion. Duatu iiv Pi i ?'o< ATtov ?The f'oroner held an In jiicst resterdsy. nt til" houiC No 1?I With tt street, on t ha .ody et itodo r i'.ur < rt. aged 4fl years, a native of tiermany who rnttio to his deatli by , ulfocation wliile enlaged In cleaning a -ink at the lmu-a No. tij Montgomery stre? t. V i rdlct a-ror iiu^ly Si n ine ut I e'lu'i m.?The i oroner held an Inficst ;cr It ritny at the com* r of i Ifty-til'l It St r et and fen til iii tils on (in. body i?l Vlsey Hull), aged till years, born u Ireland, a bo came t lit r death ry taking lalidstiu .o. I ? 'I... S,n?ss w?s pn Intoiiiuerntn woman, I Vi- 4 ' ProgrrM afthx Cksirra. IM TMIM CITY. Vavoh's Orrim. Tit * Yoaa. Jane 21 1810 The Sanitary Committee of thie oity report 49 ue?r eatm. and 21 deaths. of oltoltra, as having orourreii during thr laat 34 hour*. auMMAir. Cares. DtatAi. Di.-K'd. In Centre street Hospital 14 7 3 In William xtreet Respite! 8 4 4 In private praoticp 18 10 ? Total 40 21 7 Cholcr* llrron roa ma Wcti ?It will lie Keen fr >ut the auhjoinud talde. for tha week ending yesterday at 12 o'clock, that there is a slight increase of oases of cholera and death* over the provions week; hut this is not at all to bo wondered at. considering the (lory ordeal through which the people had to pas* for Iho l?-t Tow day*, of 93 and 84 degree* of heat lu the s-had". so un omnion at thi* sVaann of the year. The deaths yest.-rUay exceeded the number announced for any single day since tbe disease oommeocod; but a large pr ipor'ton of these have no doubt arisen from tbe iinurmlnnce of drinking water, leumn soda sarsapartlla. and i-ucb other cold liquid*, when the body 1st overheated 1 The tollowiug arts the cases and deal Us by cholera for the week, as returned by the hoard of Health : ? finer, DrttlK?. June IT 'id It " 18 4'J IT ? 19 41 10 " HO 30 14 ' 21 28 It " 22 38 18 ? 23 -10 21 Total 213 110 The total number of easea for the preceding week was 212. and the death* 10(1; consequently thuro is an increase of 31 oat-en and 10 deaths. 8uui'k* Attack or Oholv.ra ?La?t ercnlng. there wn* a sudden attack of cholera at the corner of 37lU street and 10th avenue. The man died in a very abort lluio. Dnipt bvCholksa.?Mrs Murphy, wife of Mr Murphy, proprietor of the stage*, who died a day or twosgo of cbolcia, died yeateiday, of the canto di-iase. IX BKOOKI.YN. Bo a it o or- Health, Junn 2-*. 1819. Two ra?s* of epidemic cholera hare been rep irted to this ofiico sinoe yesterday, one of which, I'atrick l.yunh, aged 28. died at lii:r residence. 41 It Pinoo. la-t evening. ( HAS. S. J. OOOuKli ll 1'byslcian of the Board. IN OTHRR Pr.Al'KS. The .loiict (111 ) 7'rti* Drmturat, of tho 4th innt . ssys: ?Much alarm bos bet u createii at Bntirbonni* drove, in this county, by the prtTuleucuot a disease resembling cholera It was introduced by a party of oiuigrants from f'aitada. who became diseased in their pissage up the Inks, by confinement in a miserably (lithy and ill-Tsntllaicd bad been occupied on the. passage 11 tbe vcs.-cl down tbo lake by a drove of hegj. Ntarly ull the party have died, and several others In tbo neighborhood bar a been attacked. About zo ruses nmr ocuurreu 111 an. i< or la oi nuten uuve t< rmiuuted fatally. The iilina.-.t alarm prevails, uud several families have movi il out of the plane. The Look port (N. V.) f??uri>r, of the 2'at innt., cay*: ? A case of cholera was reported uu Saturday, Juua 10, which readily yielded to medical treatment. W. (..lark, the subject ol tho attack w?f lauded from a canal boat, sick. on hie return from Albany. The general health of the iuhabituul.i of Loehport wax uevur better. At UufTulocity, N* V.,on the 21st inst.. the Hoard of Health reported three ran # of cholera, and two deaths, for the preceding '2t hours. The Nashville (Teun ) (7urrt/e. of the Kith inst., says. ?The cholera appears to be at Its aenith In this city? it reigns supreme \ eeterduy was a uiulauclioly day. Death did its work in many hou. es. * * Wo could not ascertain the number of cases?we think, though about forty, of whom twenty-three died. Tho attaoka were singularly fatal during; the dsy. Tho Loulev 111c (Ky ) Journal, of tho ltittt inst, eays:?There is no doubt much sickness in tho city at the present time, hut very little of il ls cholera. We have made diligent inquiry, und can hear of only two cases of cholera which have proved fatal sinoo Friday. One of t h< in was a girl on Filth street, whoso mother and brother died of the disease a few days ago We shall probably be able to lay before our readers, to-morrow morning, the report of tho board of health. The cholcia is on the luorease on steamboats. The Gladiator, from St. Ixuls, had one death during the trip and several cases. Among the lattor was Mr. .lames McDonald her pilot, u citizen of Louisville. On the arrival of tho boat yesterday morning, Mr. McD. was conveyed to his mother's residence. In a rsry low condition, where he soon breathed bis last. '1 he steamer Bolvldere. from New Orleans, had forty emu s of cholera aud eight deaths during the trip. All were dtuk pas.-ongera except one, who was a cabin passenger. The James llowitt, from New Orleans, had five deaths of cholera, all deck passengers. On* of her officers statta that at a little place colled Dells, on the MiMs eippt. about one-nan or tne population bud died of cholera. The disease in reported to be eery bad all along the rivers, particularly among the negroes. The Cincinnati Chroniclt, of the 20th inst., says: tbe report of interment for the '24 hours ending yesterday at 12 o'clock, M . ^hows a greater amount of mortality, from choleia. tbuu any previous day since the appearunee of tlis epidemic in the city. This report includes the interments in all the burying grounds except one, Kt. Joseph's, (German.) where there hare been, heretofore. a greater number interred than in any other of the eetuetcrler. as exhibited by the former reports. If we add, then, say six, to the list published to-day?and we think tbe number cxeoeda that?we will hare 00 deaths from cholera In oue day. Thn mortality, to be sure, is small, aomparud with that of other cities, but it shows that the epidemic is on the increase In the city. The Boston ?untr, of the 23d Intl., says:?Three cu. es of cholera were reported ut the health office during the day. Mrs Mary Ann Williams, who resided at No. 2 Slieafc street, tus taken sick on Thursday night ot diarrhoea, but was relieved by medicine. On Wednesday forenoon she bad a second attack, accompanied by vomiting and crumps, which continued until Thursday evening, when she died. Shu was attended by Dr. Buck, lie pronounced her ailment cholera morbus; but wo have it liom another source, that tho symptoms were those of cholera. Another woman, named Mrs. Mary lane Kllikou. of No. 33 South Russell street, was Httacl-i'd with dinrihu'O, vomiting, and cramp, on Thursday at noon, and at five-o'clock died. She was attended by Dr Willurd, who attributes her death to cholera An k'nglUhiuan, named Rowan, sickened while at hie work in hie store in Devonshire street, yisti rday morning, ills disease had all the symptoms of cholera, und nt seven o'clock last evening he was nut cxpt cted to rccovt r 'J ho Dayton tOhlo) Jimnsl. of the lSth Inst., says:? Since Saturday there Iihv.- Veen t cvcral additional cases und two deaths; and what is somewhat remarkable, the two fatal cares were those of individuals who had been Inmates of .Kline's Hotel. Mr. Geo W. Snyder, a boarder, vho hud the premonitory symptoma for some 40 hours, but did not attrud properly to his condition, died cu Suturdsy evening, at the residence of .Sheriff i lark A young man. whore name we did not learn, the 0.-tier ef (lie establishment, died on SaturdAy, after a hcrt Illness, ife, too, bad neglected the wurning which usually prcecdes the fatal stage. Tile number 1I uiftiui: among u;? meases ui mi.i uou.o, lauu irnvt ller* who bud stopptd there,) from Wednesday till Saturday, wua Ml! livery fatal caso la tho city 1m tcrumil among those who. wither as boarder* or traveller?. bad eaten or lodged in this ill-fated house. 1 lie only rtuntiulnj? boarders. Mr. and Mr.-. MarsIuiU, b it tbr bonne on Sunday moraine. Tbo woman was ill with cholera, and was removed to tho Indpendoaoe engine bourn. She in better this morning?but her recovery 1# still doubtful. 1 he St l.oula (Mo ) Rrpublfcmn. of tho 13th Inst., says: ? The cholera in reported at llrunnwlck and Glasgow; It in nuid to be quite fatal at the former place. Brooklyn Intelligence. SrrasMC ( ni at.?Judge Morse It now holding a .--peaial term of the Supreuiu Court, for the hearing of motion?. granting new trials, \e. Cur Co- nr.?Thin court met to-day at 1 o'clock, for special business. The court will then tdjouru for tkc term. f itt Coubt ?before Judge Greenwood. Aldermen Spies and I Vet.?This court fat yesterday for the purpose of sentencing those pernonx c.invioted during lb* weth. wliicb were a* follows Thomas Itooncy, for nsiault and Lattery, wan fined $25. John kleruau. name offence, fame tln?. Oweu MoIIugh and Patrick Iiaugbny. saaie offence? fined $'J5 each. Thus, f.ynoh, riot aiid tumult, lined $25; all to atari I commit ted till puid. Thin court then adjourned, to meet at the July term; but Judge Greenwood will sit crcry day, to hear motion': und trauswet chamber bmtnexe. Pobica f'orstc.?There war scarcely tiny buslneit tram acted. yesterday, In these courts, except the usual array of druukenni ta and di orderlies-tire weather belo* so extremely ?arm that tho otlicern cannot properly attend to their duties iu trureriing tliu city. I.tist'sar.-<-oroner Ball held nn Inquest. yesterday, upon the bodies of Mary Binns and Mary Mo irtUur. the former of whom came to her death by disease of the heart, tbc latter l>y eholurn tuorhiis. Vordict* acc< rdinplj. Si.tti kd Ur ?Yesterday, the final balance dua to I be minon contractor el" the ( ity Hall, was paid, moulding to ahout f.'!,000. the committee ou ilnauno* Having im tfor tbut purpose The building lian been in process of construction about throe and it half y?ara. md in now the hand*nm<-*t cdlfloo of the kind iu the slate of New York; and tho people of Brooklyn enturain uo littlu degree of pride with regard to it. Kent* for tlx* Children. t'n. fsrvwn f : Knowing you lake an Interest In what appertain* to lie public good. 1 wi-b to inquire why all Hi" ae.iU hat were formerly In llic sliady place* ou tho llnttory. >??< lifcii removed. and only those leit wnere tn?rn h jo rhad* 1 am induced to nioh? this Inquiry, from tha iirt that thorn appears to bn extra vigilance ?n the ,art of tlm M. P >, <-r Stars, to keep people olf the .rese, particularly liable* ; as an example, I saw. tol.iy, an M. P., or Star. Issue lrom tinder tbo comfortibir awning of Mr. Bayard and cam a two Uttla infants, ;bat bad been seated on the edge ,.f t|1M graso, In the dinds of a tree by t'?rlr nur<-os. to bo rem used ; one *f bo nuracs naturally aaked, ' where are the le-imho, f K, ha ! tt here I I proceedttd on. and at tlm lower part if tbo Buttery I connted no |o i* than alx full grown men, extended at full length upon the gra- .. fa t asleep, undisturbed by VI. 1". If th" authorities m? letoriiilned not to furnish "eats in situations whore I hey can be used, during tbn hot wealln r, why not glee nine persona tbo privilege of biting oat ehalra, u? Is line in nil Hie publie pl?e, s in I'nri J ? It would portal 0 ly be a preut eonvonleuea. I merely send yon this as mutter of fact, to call your attention to It, niid through you, tho?o in authority June 22, mo. A HIIKND TO TIIK UADII.S Pol I tie n I Intelllffrnre. hiatj.kddV. rarki r Is the domoeratlo eaadi'lnte. and n 1J|""S ills f -oil me li li'.e la, f'liwg| ip mksal* k*m aft* eii^l ?a . m ^4 I TELECrKAI'HH l\TKhLl?MCE. j More Dnrlltng. I Chkiihn4ti, June 2*2?9 t. m. II. WliitUflV jr . late Chiriji- de \ffalrce, left Lexia:^^ tor, no Mc B<taj last, for tl.u purpose of fighting a dl'l ?llb a hod of Judge Knbe.-taua llnpe* are entertaln*^| that the difficulty will be adjusted on the ground, or i fire the minting of the *' gentlemen." j fitoppige of tbe CrttaMta.Vuothtr RUt kl (Ho MlatlMlppl. I New ()>i cans Jan* 18,11)4#. The pro. peeU bid fair tor the eQrotual checking oH the nrcvai-so in a couple of .la; . Tint water bai alH ita dy mMI considerably In the inuuda'ed district^! learn from Memphis that th? Mi-M'-ippi isagiiH rising Momciidolij-ly. and Uneaten-1" be higher tliaH 't lias beeu this si a;i u What, thou, in to be tbo of inundated nut Orlcan > t H A net hi r ('alirwrnlMii Hi-turrit it?N't tva fronH Col Vrrniont, Ac. I Sr. Louie, June 2i. ism. h William Lutlif r has just arrived from ( ulifornla, vlH 1 the Irtbmus of I'ariaiua Two years sign. Mr LuthsH left tbo Stall of hliuoi-, a poor uinn aud bo now rtH turns to the bosom of bis friends, ufter having at?uu?tB lati'd a f< t tune lie fully o uCrois all tbo pruvlouMaiH counts of the Uebutss of the gold u.of wlutfn liH port can s (|ulte a Ittfleleu} of the most oiytrlnalnH | proofs in tbo way of gold dmt Ilelilc vi ? ststes. th?H Col Fiomont and liis parly had reached Suiter'* I'Vrfl i lie wprwt# the soil of California as being hut lltt ! short of a sterile dcwiTt, and mostly unfit fur agrieofl ! tural purpose* H i Governor Mason arrived in this city last ovaaliijH ' from Now Orleans. Import Dulhii of Ituibnrtot. rUILlDCLTHIi, lUOC i!3-V. M. 1 he annexed If an extract of a private letter receive I at the ! .xcbacgu. dated ' JSarbador, June 1:?"The nit ' Import duties vcre oonscntod to yesterday by the 0>v ernor, in council." Advices frum Havana. (Tia*iKirov. June 21. IMS | by the arrival of the schr Mary Ellen, from Havaai | we liavn our files to the flth. inclusive. Uontor Will a dentist bad died on theSth. from a rupture of aa oi tery. Railroad from Vera Crus to the lity o Mexico. New Omlsixs, June 18.1,VU. Ve hare dates from Mexico to Juno let, by wblo we learn tbat Congress bad passed a bill autborliin the const ruction of a railroad from Vera (Jrus to lb city of Mexico. No Cholera In Montreal?Arrival of Amer!' s-usi schooner* fioui the baites?Biocssla lie at? Annexation, die. Movtrkal, Juno 2J, 1S1A. Tlicro Is no cholera hero. Two American schooners, the ' Western" ami tl " Moses," have arrived direct l'rou Toledo, Ohio, o Lake Erie. Tho heat continues excessive, and men exposed to th overpowering rays of the sun are struck dead. A Et v annexation paper is spoken of, but there 1] u. need of any. as all the Influential city papers go lor as nexation already. Late News from the 1'lainn?Uenswal o Disturbance* between the Emlgrasts ant Indians, St. Louts, Tune 22?8 P. jM. Late accounts Lave hi en received, of arsmieslo1 disturbances between the California emigrants and th Indians, in which a number of each party was killed The cholera was still making ead havoc among th emigrants. Mormon parties were daily returning. The Cholera In St Louis. or. i.oim. j uuo 1817. The interments yesterday, ia eleven ccm*tories, w?r 130, of which ICO war* caused by cholera. To-da; there wero CO burials in ten ccmeUrits, of which S were from cholera. Increase of the Cholera at Cincinnati. CmcfWKATi, June 22- 9 P. M. Th* cholera is rapidly on tho iticreaoi in our city! and 64 interments of death* by that disease have hoc . made to-day. Fr*m other diseases, tho interme.ny were sixteen. One cemetery made n<> report. Althouj;| the deaths from cholera have lately been confined t| the lower classed, it baa new assumed a more genera) form, and several of our most respectable citiicus has fallen victims. CiKcitfttsTt, June 23, 1319. Of the interments in the various plaros of burial u tognoon to-day. there were 00 from cholera, and lSfron other disease*. The weather is exceedingly hot with prospects of rain Cholera at Richmond. Richmond, June 22?9 P. M. The Hoard of Health reported four new cases of cii > ltra. yesterday, and one death. The oth?r three ar< onval*i*snt. Riohwovd. Juno 23, 1819 {5 There were seven new eases of eholera, and feu. deaths, in this city yesterday. Blcctlng of the PottcYlllo Coal Dealer*. roTTsriiLr, June 23? P. M. A large meeting of the coal dealers was held thin afi ternoon, and th* following preamble and resolution $ unanimously adopted:?" Whereas, the largo shipment of coal from this rsgion has created an impres.ioi ufcrrad that there will be an overstock; and. whereas thi* erroneous impression of shipments is calonlatcd t< affect the prices, which are now barely a remuneration therefore be it rnsolvcd, That all mining and shipping of coal, by canal and railroad, excepting to furnvner' and ironworks on th*-line, be, and hereby are, su.s* ponded for lw? weeks " Pleasure Trip. Ttin ?i/KLrmA, Jm 2* 8 1*. .\i The ste-amhnat W. J. rcase. for New Vork. atoppiu; at ( ape May, 011 bar firtrip, loft at on* o'clock, witl a full freight, and 37 *ongor?. lUarketi. < i/aiu.x,tow, June 23. 1819. .. Tb* cotton market in nlrareing. nnd the demand id| good. The stock on hand Is light; the Rain* to-day art 1 2*0 hales, and for lUo week 8 COO. Tho adranoc, eina* i the .t mi ilea's now*. la .'-4 a ;?o. Bi ytit.o, June 20 6 P.M. , Receipt* within the past twenty-four honn:?Flourl 8.000 101*.; wheat, 22 000 bushels; corn 1C OdO bushel*} '1 here ia 110 rhango in thu flour market, and the hue! ncrs 1* to a fair extent. In wheat there were sale* o 1.11.00 hufliel* Ohio at bio. Corn 1.1 quoted at 43c. with Kales of 10,000 bushel*. The market for freights continues ft< ady at 57c u 58c. for flour. 15e. for wheat and lCc. f r corn. Ai aawt, Jnna 23?6 P. 8'. 'ihe receipts within the prist twenty-four houra consist of 3.000 bUri. flour; 2X00 bu-hcl* wheat: and21 "lit luilllt torn. The market for flour (MtiUN dull and the tend-m y is downwnd. No sale* of mom ) transpired. In corn there w?rc silos of 17.000bn?hiIs at ITc. 11 *. Oats nomd to the extent of c 1 tURhch'. tt[Cuc. a 34 ho , ll Bust vw, Jane 23 il P. .M J 1 he ninrkt t I* lower for flour, and we notice sah /f 8 0 hlils. ut 8 I 75 a for common to good Miohig.iull and < ienesee. The sale* of corn are 10 000 kusho'.a. in -H eluding white, at 5'.? . and yellow at file. Rye l.fl quoted at 03c., with ml a of .100 hi: hela. In oat* llieH tsa?si Ions art 21 I bushel , 42s. Tha salsa otfl pork are 100 M.l* . nt SI 1 for ok * Shipping Ii Iurti Suia.irAs, Mr., Juno 2- Mitt. FoiiC'I Mfr JnlU llnria, ? , with rut granite. uffnl M<-A';.ire, fur the C 8 Pry Du< k, Brooklyn, NT. s A r pair.* pt .St. Do.mi.nuo.?Kxtract from a letter dat< (i "1'orto Pl.ttn, .funeJl, 1H 19," rrceived yesterdny, via Turks Island" I have received glorious news today. General Suntma entered Santo !>< nlingo en tlie Soth May, the city li aving r. apitolatrd through the endeavors of the foreign Consuls.? IVeident Xnninea left the evening previously. With 7 or H ol Ins satellite*, on hoard of an Kn ,diw? ve el. The civil war with vrhieh we were meiin? eil, lino thin happily terminated without shedding any blood. Ssninim declares tli it he did not pr< tend to he |'resident?nil he tri-h"d for w i< the r>?i nation of Xirnines, nnd that the jiowrr hhonld In- ["? n to n provisional government until anotli-r J'fi slih nt should he elected. H|ioil)ii|{ Intelligence. Jk t'ams torn ?r - Tpottiso. ? Oh Monday a firm I ?.|y fitilltdk, Jack Hoar I tor and I'olham eontcol far i pnrra mile heats l?o*t three in fire in lisi n* * This v.lll 1" the rare (.f thepia<a>n; li"plil<*? which It trot'lnr mat li for *1 ism eill pImm- iro a'J Tbt? beninn na? hi ilu miiii,tiiN ikt (nirMla ranp'p* hit', b i, I *ay ..f,',, f.j li, ..i,;.kau?"!/'?o-ts. * 1 m ?Mag,

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