Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 5, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 5, 1849 Page 1
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. I NEW NO. 6507 Thfi 4th of Jiilv. 1849. TNE CELEBRATION IN NEW YORK CITY. THE LATEST NEWS. tee. See. See. Arrival of tlie Washington. The steamship Washington, Capt. G. W. Floyd arrived olf Sandy Hook at 10 o'clock last night, after a passage across the Atlantic of fourteen daysund four hours. She left Southampton, En?, land, on the 20th ult., and brings the following I*u*enger8 J R Cmtkev ( r S and bearer *f despatches) and laI v. Miaaa* M Crocker, (J ( roctay, and T Crsokoyiaad servant, Mr P B Stockton. I a N, lady, and Servant; F Sum raft, K A I lady and 2 servanta; Mr Rolpn and lady, T 8 aulpn. Win M , Rolfii, Mies M J Kolpl.. guv?riieaa and servant, Mr S B liartaan and laij, Mr S B llarniaa, Mr 0 V Barman. Mr W M : liar car. Mis. P Bh *r, Mr. behenkberr, Mi.. M Schenkbrrx ' Mr M tt< hunk bory, Haruu Wagner, Mr 11 (Vise and lady Misses ? Oeisn. U Uutse, M (>stse. Mr B Ucitt, Mr O, Mr I Preying. Mr h be?g, MrC V'oeslner, Mr 1 Mncksr, Mr A Febbtfmayer. Nim M I'aubilbnck, M es era C Kongel, T Sell life riloekor and lady. C Sciiuterdcckrr, T Sohufordeoker, J Scliut'crdeckor, E S< l.ufcideeder, U Sohuferdeckcr, l> Fenicoh, W M ltsrnian and 2servant*; MrOtrea. P Prune nnl ltdj; Msrv Prime, Harriet Prime, lleltn Prims, Tetania Prime Xmily Ptitne, Pied Prime, jus, and servant; 0 W Cuatet Jt. f. 11 caster, U It l outer, Jun; J C Colter and servant,' la- , , nnU Keller, Ch lienj II.ha and lady; Albert ?F}-n, J H 11> i tntvtin and lany, Misses Hermann, laaao Su^,-nnn, Joel 8r?tiiann, 1'avid Senmana. Mrs A Suatnano. Mt.s dvirmuna, Henry Clay. Kiaauutl Urandvia and lady, Frederick Brnarfcir. Putins Kraudeis, Alotala Rraadeis, Mudulph Brnadria. llebrich Hrai.deis. Mrs Kosiua Sotienkelhorz. Miss Paaiii..' Kt llor, hubs K M ernsck and lady, Augusta Uuekatr, Jaecb da, Cbarlos da Conta, Mr llildebrant, Mr Crinnrll and lady, Mian Grinaell. IF O Vaigt, Mr. rCiarland, Mr Rose, MrU rieber Mr B Dense and lady, Mr Hon toer, ar .muii aua uuy. ur 11 ??gn, mt r Aiorreni ana , Udy, Mr llrriouBn Ali.rtcht, Minn Anna Albrect. Mr Robert Alblicbt, Mir* Thtnu Albrtcht, MrS Koba, Mr B K>**titL?l, Mia* l.'iniea Foerieb, Mil* Doratti Voertob, Wilb Brull. Mim Ko?* Broil. Mi?? Kick* W.w.rm*nr.. Mr. Moril* Koba, Mr Bolix T ll?hn. Mr Aaguit* H?h*. Mi?* K?tHCl Certt: Mr llarnann l?r*t?r; Mr J orb Sebwe**; Mr Carl Vogbt; Mr Hierner: Mi?? Bliiabeth llarparth; Mim Kl>rabetb llfrr; Mio I'aulino l.udwlg; MU* LoaiM tturracban; Mim T. Karpolik: Onrtd Mthrdvrff aad lady; Mi** Alrina Mabrdorfl; Mi*a Men Muhrilorff; Uaiariob MehriUrlT; O Wi- 1 (Md, MimM Sebul?rd?ckar. The Washington came upjustas our despatch of { 1 the new s by the Canada, over the wires from Bos- ; toa, was completed. The W.'s advices are, therefore, anticipated. The Washington has made a very fine passage. Tlie Washington sailed from Bremen on the 12ih J use, (three dsy s before her appointed time) and arrived at Southampton on the 14th. Thin change in the day of her departure from Bremen was necessitated by the refusal of the Danish government to permit the importation of coals for the use of the American steamers in the river Weser, and three days extra time whs therefore needed to enable the Washington to take on board at South- j ampton a fall supply of coals. The Hermann will be similarly circumstanced during a continuance of the blockade. The Washington finally sailed from Southampton on the 2'Jth June. We are informed that it was owing to a very bad description of coal 'having been supplied to this steamer in New York, that her last outward passage hence to Southampton was protracted to If days, wherea , had good fuel been put on bojrd, Cupt. Floyd asserts he could have gone over in 12 or IS days. The weather waa beautifully fine, aad the passengers were highly gratified with the comforts of tbe vessel. The Washington, on this occasion, brings one f the most valuable cargoes of manufactured I goods ever imported into thia city?the principal pott consisting of French manufacture* of an exceedingly costly character, including silk and satin broadstufts, ribbons, gloves, and almost endless fancy articles. She has about 450 tons (measurement) of merchandize altogether?say about 100 toon from Bremen, 300 tons from Havre (transhipped at fiouthampton from three special steamers chartered for the purpose,) and 50 tons of merchandize from Southampton. Many of the cases of French silks we understand are valued at f 1,000 tofft.OtO each, and the total value of the cargo has been estimated at upwards of |1,000,000. These goods yield an excellent freight to the ship, as high rates were paid by tbe London sndPana merchants, to secure freight room a month in advance. It was stated, in Havre, that the whole of the freight room in the Hermann, and also for the Washington's next voyage, had been secured by Par..- houses, and all hopes of shipping goods by many parties was, therefore, abandoued. The French merchants are precluded from sending their valuable goods to tins country by Knghsh stean.its, us the navigation laws now operate, and the sailing packets being slow and uncertain, it is only the i American steamers that are competent to bring three hi neb innnufuct res from the English ports. The II.arc merchants were loud in their praises of the fitvly projected Havre nnd New York lin* of American steamers, as it was affirmed it would prove highly remunerative to the proprietors. Th' Washington brings 91 second class and 09 first class passengers. Amongrt the ItUer, as beartr of despatches, is Mr. Joseph Crockey, die I ruled Males Consul al Suimaiiipfou, and jgrut of tic ' tram Navigation Company at that port. Aft. Creshey comes to America, alter a long altecce of seven years, on leave, and, we believe, bis bc-lncs* here is mainly to arrange fur an extec vc t of the means of Str?m communication heart Ncw\ork shd .Southampton, in eonj-tnet.ns; ? ' h Havre. Ml. ( ruakrj, it will be rrmemberrd, * n the org *-projector, with Coloael Mann, of th? Sfw ^rh, Cowfi and lUetinn Line of nteaiuaftipa* who , r.rmilbruadtng thr mishaps which imdgutilrd the coinmeiirrinrnt, h i?, on the whole, be < n kncrmfal, in n pecuniary point ol view, frun the f : t-Rl traffic w htch has been developed hi gnoja in id p; engrra, between the L'nited States and the I .rnch. (.owlish mid Gentian port*. City li?t?Illume*. I'er-i't MiTTHaw.?"1 ha Apostle of Tempernaae did net rp{-sje In any publli rxeirlse joUriiy Ma went e ut tc take a dtlee with sai . .lend*. and to enj ->/ the ?(<o itr? air. 11 ? ? La?t nlybt. about 11 ?>| sell a are *?? ?||?. coet (i?t in a bed room. In the renr of th? third story <4N* - a hroadany, oranpled by Mr. Adolphus Kau who Urrpa the restaurant In the ha menl It la 'uppond to bnea bean OMaaloned by one of the Hr? ball* from t.imnn randlea, exploded sotnewh?re in the neighborhood, < the a Indow was open It wn? f >rtnnatr tb ''son s ware dl co??r> d soon after the lire hw- ( yaa, otherwise tha house would hare pr<>h?hly heen rr twinned in a eery short spans of ttarn Almost eeary ' lKI?l.ll<. I..S .?.? ?.1. . A TV. I ? cot!mntod at f '-0. No other purl of tho b<>u?w woo Injwod. Tho flro *n utlnfuiibif with buokoto of AnxilnfmriiH hf Ihf PrMldcnt, Th ma* n 11*11. ol > irytnin to ho Marohal of tho j 1 t nit. <1 State f- r tho oaotrm diftrict of \ Irgiai*, ?iea | f dnnird * briotiaa. removed. Iw.ominll Smith of \ irginla to bo Attorney nf-( I tbr I nltrd State* for the weotrrn dlotrtct of Virginia. | rirotioorgo W Tiiomp?>n. removed Jawe liwian to he t'ollootor of ( notnmo at Vieka- ' burg MMKiffl, Tico Hardy lien die w. renin* ud. \rw fork V**at OKIro Aypolntmrnti. I Jr*?.SB. 1Mb.?Sooth <}ranvillo.Wa?hlngtnn -Benjamin F Prttor Middle(irantllle Wa*hin?(t?n tJenrje N liatft. Katon. Mod loon -Alphriu M-m Palermo, I i >** *?-l>a*ld iennlngo, jr Aadee, Delaware -IMniot , It Sharer North Norwich, f hcnango l.ewio K I arpeatrr Nortk (Jotlford. t.bonango tie .rjre It Thnp i eon, I intklean, < benango?John S DlvVmn Matdr?, Iri-tor?nnticaa Ll? ingot on West Nike, Cayuta t yrtu LUto. I 1 YOR THURSD TELEGRAPHIC EUROPEAN NEWS. A & & IV A ? of the STEAMSHIP CANADA AT BOSTON. ONE WEEK LATER. IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. Tremendous Battle in Hungary. INSURRECTION IN GERMANY. SBB COZVTXOT1D SUCCESS of thk ROMAN REPUBLICANS. THE MARKETS, tuti. Am. Ac. Hostok, July S?A. M. The steamer Canada, Captain Judkins, from Liverpool, 2:id ult., arrived at Halifax 3diaat.,8 A. M, left at 42 M., and arrived at tkiaport at b'.SO yeaterduy P. M. She has Pi passengers, among them Capt. N. B. Palmer, late of steamship United States. BWM. Up to the evening of the 21st ult., no news had i a n _r .l. a _r .1 d t_ Dffi reccivcu in 1 *ri? ui me cnirj ui uir rrencu into Home. General Oudiuot would not make a genera) attack before the 16th or 17th, when the news of the failure of the conspiracy of the 13th in France would reach that place, and probably indnce the triumvers to capitulate. The London Globe, ol the 22d, P.M., says, it is generally thought that the telegraph will to-morrow announce the capitulation of Rome. The Gazette of Lyons, of the 20th, states that a telegraphic despatch from Marseilles had been received, as they were going to press, announcing to the Prefect the entty of the French into Rome. The news is to the 13th uk., up to which the Romans had maintained their position. The French had used cajolery and threats, but the Romans sternly resisted all these advances, and in the most dignified manner, refuwed to yield to the summons to surrender, issued by General Oudiuot. On the lltb, a breach was effected by the French in the walls, and a portion of their troops entered the city. The report which was given out by the French, led to the belief tnat the struggle was over; but the fact appears, that on the 12tli, General Oudinot issued a letter to the Triumvers, making a last appeal to them, and endeavoring to throw upon them the res ponsibility of the effusion of blood consequent upon an assault, in the event of their refusal. France. The attempted insurrection in Paris has been followed by a more fnrrririahlr resistance to the laws at Lyons. A serious engagement took place in the streets sf that city, between the troops and the mob, in the course of which a considerable number of lives were lost on both sides. Birrieades were thrown up, which were not taken until they had been battered down by the cannon. The fighting commenced on the morning of the 15th, and continued till a late hour in the night, but a telegraphic despatch, dated T.yons, the 16th, at 9 o'clock in the evening, announces tint the insurgents had bsen completely rguted. the streets cleared, and the city restored to tranquillity. There are upwards of 50,0(10 troops in and around Lyons. No apprehension of any further distuib. ance. Great excitement existed is different places, and it is evident that the conspiracy of the Parts reds extended not only to every department ot France, but to every town. It appears to be the general opinion, that the failure of the conspiracy of the 13th of June, 1*19, ta a premier blow to the red republicans than even that of June, 1848. An attempt waa mnde to pet up a disturbance at Marvt files, but it totally failed. A regiment of cavalry art ull to right*, without a blow being struck. Rumors are again current in l'aris, that other ministerial tliang< s are about to tuke place; M. jiufaore and his friend* are, it is believed, about to retire. It ia reported that the Abbe Palcotta. private secretary to the Cardinal Antoi 11a, has arrived in Patia ftont Oaeia, and that he ta the bearer of im. poitant despatches for the French government, and also of an autograph letter from his ne?s to Louis Najiolcon, expressive of his at tho bcn.butdiiicnt of Rante. Hangar}' and Anstrla. The news is contradictory, some accounts giving the advantage to the Austrian*, in the south two actions have happened, both terminating U> the advantage of the imperialist*. The Hungarian general Perrael, from the fortress of Peteraardein, II, .). .11 if irk. . - ' ; A i-tmn e:i Irene nn I>ut whi ultimately repulsed, and driven wrh loea into I'i if twardriH, though the Austrian* admit tlint their own troops suffered severely. Thr oilier battle wan fought by the l??n Jellarhith, and it ii? amrrt'd to have been a brillnnt victory, but the Austrian accounts are evidently not trustworthy, at lean* a? regard* their own loewa. 1 he London UUAt. of the t veiling of the 22 I, any a t? We have intelligence from Vi? nnn to June 10. The great nrwi ia, a tremendous encotMh ter with the Hungarians The Austrian* and Ituv aiaaa ate raid to have been complete I y defeated, and to have left on the field the fabulooa number of 23,000 killed. Thia battle took place on the 1.1th, 14th and 16th, on thr Urge plain between Ifnab and Wteacliburg It lasted 01 hoora. Tlie loan of the Maygrra ia atated at H,000. The Auatriana were commanded by llaynau; the llnsaian* by Kudiger, and the liunganonahy (ieorgey. Although the new* of thia battle haa hern rereived in private letters, singularly enough no pal-era allude to it. The Mon t, of V ienna, contains not the moat distant allusion to it. Anidlipr uflutr \x1??? h mnaf ?w?t K/? MMif.inn.L.I with tha abova, ia mantmai-d aa having occurred at I anrna. A brigadr waa aant bJ Schliak from (>? d< nhtirjr, undrr (Irn Wya*. in that diroction ? On. W. waa takm priaoner, and tha l hl?u Col ?nal, 1'aron Zaaanar, killed. Schliak rant out thia brigade to covar hia right flank, t?a ha waa m irchingtollaab. It waa baata n on tha l:lth ult. Soma taj orta rayn m nt that thia whola brigade aa having l?rf n di rlroyrd. Othara aay that 1,000 man htva i'a?artad, m mttr, from Schliak to tha Miigyare.? What iacnUin, carta of woundi d. lor thrca Jays, have bar n continaiiltjr pouring into I'raaburg, and ll:a |iUc'f obout. A tre*h rarruitmanl throughout II Aii' iria ia int'-nrlarf ? letter* firm (*Mr*bnrg that a certain I coat II. i iugriaol, ClonnbaiUin, and oth<r.r, ia K III AY MORNING, JULY 5, whoee possession a number of passports of the rebel party have been found, have been arrested. The only mention, or rattier allusion, which can be gleaned from Vienna pa|>ers tn regard to the great battle reported, in private letters, to have j takes place near Raub, ia the surmiss that the defeat of the Wysa brigade hae given origin to fabulous rumors. On the other hand, the authorities maintain that the route of Wysa was only an episode of the other battle. A letter ef the 13th ult., from Cracow, in the Breslau Gaztttt, mentions an affair between the vanguard of the Magyers and the Ku?*ian?, within the Gallician frontier at Jordanow. The Russian Colonel Magden was killed, two hundred Cossacks were cut ofTand taken prisoners. Another letter of the 15th, from Cracow, mentions,'as a report, an engagement at Kng-Pass, between the advanced guard of the Russians and Bern. The I Russians, numbering 6,000, were beaten. I France, up to the latest advices, was tranquil.? I.edru Rollin has not, as yet, been arrested. Hie cholera bos declined in Paris. On the 14th, an Austrian vessel arrived at Marseilles from Trieste, having on board 185 p iaonere of war, most of them Poles, ordered to be transported to New York, but she had sc ireely got out to sea, when the prisoners insisted on being taken to Marseilles, and the Captain, having only eight men under his command, found himself forced to obey, but on her coming into pori, the Prefect immediately ordered the ship to Toulon, there to wait the orders of the government as to the final destination of the prisoners. Uermanjr. In the German States bordering the Rhine, where a general insurrection is going on, the Prussians have now advanced, and a struggle h is taken place at Munheim, the result of which was i not known. Bngland. There is nothing of interest. The government steamer President has arrived at Cork, having on board Messrs. John Martin and Kevin Izod O'Llohrrt^, who were immediately transferred on board of convict ship Mount Stuart, Kluhinstone. It is Lrlieved that the latter vessel will be detained in Cork until the government is in a uosition. hv the adoption of the special act of I'srlianient, at present being hurried through the House, to serd out the other State prisoners, without encountering any constitutional objection. Market*. There has been little change in the state of busij nees affairs during the last week. The product markets are moderately supplied, hut there is not such an extensive demand. Holders are firm and insist upon full rates. Cotton continues in a healthy state, and full prices are paid. Indeed, during the last few dava, an advance of one-eigth of a penny per lb. has been obtained on some sorts. The corn markets are tirin and more business doing. The metal markets are in an improving state. Cured provisions meet a fair inquiry at steady prices. The reports of the state of trade are satisfactory. Money is still plentiful, and discounts easy. Havre advices of the 21st, state that the cotton market continued brisk ; sales on that day were 2,f?00 bules ; prices ^ ?d advanced one franc to one franc and fifty centum s, and even in some cases to two francs on former quotations. The market closed firmly yettrrday evening, at an advance of one eighth of a penny per pound on fair Orleans and Mobile. For other sorts, the extreme rates of last week arc paid. The value of fair Orleans is quoted at fid. ; fair Mobile I jd ; fair uplands, tjd (1) and middling, 4j a 4^1 per pound. Breadstuff* of all descriptions are in better demand nt oil our Icauing markets. I.ondon Monrjr Market. Friday, Juoe 22, 1*49. The market* to-day have been firmer?Consols having been 911 a J, and being new 91) a 1 for account. The new 34 per cents hsve realized 92J a 4. H'l A? a ? i nr quotations lur Ainencrnn sioeita, anil names of ptissengi r*. will be posted on ihr bulletin na as soon received. The mail not ?|>ened at Rostua. Continues rosy. There has been an arrival at Liverpool from California, with ?60,000 in gold. Vsttos Market. The cotton market during the week has been steady, firm, and increasingly confident. No gnat change in prices?the committer ol brokers placing fair l.'plnnds at 1|d.; Mobile Ijd., and Orleans 5d. flood ordinary to middling of each of those descriptions being one-sixteenth to oneefghth fKace higher. Carn Market More doing in the corn market, with a alight improvement in prices. Indian corn is quoted atSSe. a :?? per quarter for white and yellow?the tormer having been sold at Ms.; Western canal and 11 tltimore four 22s. (id. a 21s.; inferior 21a. (id. a 22t : Philadelphia 22a. 6*1., and Ohio 2">*. per barrrl. Wheat has advanced one to two pence per 70 lbs., and is quoted at We. a 7s. Theatrical sad Maslral. Covrrat THrsvsa.?At thla h -u?? yaterday tli?re were rare dulnga. fnr ttis holiday folks, so l both the afternoon and evening p*vfr>rm?i?e?? were Onrly silt uded. W# never-aw a more enlhu-isaiij audience than lb" evening one. The objrrt of every on" of tlx in mute*! tv be to obtain as in neb amu-em-nt ae p ?altie aa<l ant quantity ?a< provided by the aclorv. who all playi (I lh?lr larla finely 'I he ia? Bowery Theatre la Inter behindhand, on ?Orbd?>? S? ye?t. rd*> eep-rlally and Ibe jublir will appreriste the rnterpriritg florta cf Ibe ma oarer In meet th-ir Wt-hea f..r no. ; m*al. on the grand national hlilay of ibv republic Itnatre ?f Tnnavnc The graat nnnlreraary of t mart ran tn dependence ?M eetebrnlrd. at tl.U fa-hfon - inrni ro, in a ?iji? wmicd poll' i nil Dp ?nrpa ' 1 b'it X acaUbtir. tha Iarit.1 o- -croBaocar, gar* two p< r fi.rir ??pp?. i np m tha aftrrnoon ?n l tba othar in tha rimltit. alol bulb war- atwn-Jrd \>y *>ry nntm-rnif ii-IU in a. Wp cannot. by aaul of rpa-n. i-ntur into 4i tail I ad t hp fin-' tr'.Pli - ih'VitJ hy thp akltfnl roaRii fan; It ?lll b- ?v iTIp --nt to hamu -m ux iht-tn thn liraltd latrtntie kant." lo honor of thn day In whirb, ?ut ?f a-lw| U f-' tipll or p> nctl p?np, Mr MaaahiaV-r |rm|i pp<1 Am>r)pao ?*i* ail whlnh wnrp pr--n Mi <1 in lh? audltm a, thn Wughaoii and nnl<|iin trwk i-l -1 alln-r Hal-it ami t o??ln Dfana)" tba Hatnl-h I iplloiinrt and i.talng I * m|ilinp ilmn* of tba Iangaagr," ton "Dancing t Iowa mil llatlqnln, thn f rati lilt g I Igp'tia," thn".* arrrlluu* kaakrt;" tha - \rrlal ( It-fk " which Intel. at tha pi-tnOMInl M thn audit tipn. to any honr and rtru-'k tha ttiT- haing a mry cmlotir ittpt rlmrni fir tn? bi mk ?a< a-napm- .1 of Mnaln plain of gl??? wittmvt work# of any klad. an-1 wa* inllrrly ledatrf. bring nnly aa-pnodnd by wlri-n. tot thr m> >1 admiraMn part of thn firnrtai-i-ii'-nl * it d< pldniljr t hn 1 Kli-rplng III tha Mr." a mn?t tr-itl-l -rfnl triad aklch ana pi.irortad by vtr?, Ma- -tllirtwr h-rtnlf It n ii't l-i- known that lbl? I ?ljr. 1phw<| in a rnry nlagnut 1 urkhh po?tuinn pato krr Hktat on atUtk. aad tin a hi itig iindrr thp Iniiupopp ?h athnr l? rat mil hy k>r hii-hand to a hmixnritnl pnid'lnit, whlnh aha knap* to thr n-'mirntl-iit i f all b-b-'ldar* I hit njtpnriuti nt hl.-h tr i tin of thn Itwt a<ftnit*lilng raaf nwtarta'i n by an) nrwentaaa. an* rrrrtmJ with n-Vrh a.i|dau ? by ail p.runt 1 ha (rink will h-> agiln rap?at?-l tb!? vr if nn I It l? lijr ll?< If wnrth all th < p< rtttaii'ti N?. d< bbl many aiil t" " It N*ii< 11 i tm.-l o ? <?ai In Mr rtry huro yn?|rnk>). Ml4 the < i?t?rUinm?tit< winv Irr.-lj pa trial *?d ?fttrii 3 the <Irj and i t-enlnR Tin la ighabla burle' jua ?.( ? ?} the Spartan " In ih? r*pnln * i \lclt..d ?houU >f laucl'tT tt Mini* t" liifttt ? in pnpn.artty ???ry line It l? |-tny?d. Biirhi* mate* ih in<wt cntnitil V t'sl ?< < i*r w?i a 11>1 Nil a not ay or, na Lady Nan* ?!< 1| h. *1 tm f t RrRrelnlly diRitiillt d. All the rarlaaa | m l? to'*?.? "? nt i fl In ihf trut h delay atyla tti ?irr rlad 1a* r thr h"tt??* an aril paironlc-J. a? It b>*n < (iRtMlnl In mrh I'iit?|irl?i?( rfjli* by Itf ( I i r-n thai he il? ?r?i- *1 Ihr patmnaa* thit 'in l? alien It Tb? |i?-rf-?rinaii<-i * thl.? riming aili b- >( a a<tt lit] 4iiCH|'tl<l 3 R A 8, 1849.?HALF-PAST NINE The Celebration In This City, * THE I>AY. So, notwithstanding the terrible apprehensions about heat and cholera on the 4th of July, and the consequent danger of keeping up the timehonored custom of a general parade of the troops, the day wan unusually cold for this season, and the probability is. that the saliiiery sought the gratification of their loyalty in a more objectionable way?by drinking more freely than they otherwise would, and thus superinducing cholera, the Tory thing dreaded. The Mayor, we are given to understand,did uot recommend this unwise step nor did he know anything of it, until be saw the resolutions of the Hoard of Health, which be much regretted, and would hare preferred s geueral parade. The people, however, made up t jr the Jctfclen. ey of the authorities Never wad an/ fourth of July more zealously celebrated by them From ivo d<i?a on Tuesday evening, till midulght last evening, there wee scarcely a cessation. for a moment, ofdho explosion of fireworks and the discharge of dreamt* Kills*, 'owling pieces, musket* and pistols, were continually rattling in every street and lane and alley. Not only men and boy*, but little children might be eeen tiring pistol*. Fven girls joined in the general exultation, and tot off not only firework*. but discharged firearm* with all the coolness aud Intrepidity of veteran troops. It la no wonder thla la " the smartest nation in creation " The annual celibratlon of the 4th of July alone would make and keep it smart The number* that promenaded tbo 'treats, all day ycatrrday. were ennrmoua. It wai indeed a gala day. From the waalthieat millionaire down to the humbleet menial, all were clad in their beat clothca and enjoyed the great national holiday. The ahlpa, not only af thla country, but of all natlona, that line our quaya on cither aide of tha F.ast river, and in the North river, presented a moat gorgeoua apcctaole. decorated aa they were with tlaga, aomo of them of the tuoat magnificent deaeription The public building*, too, ; throughout tbo city, the theatrea. hotel*, and even the | omuibustrsand railway cara, exhibited flag*, fcvery thing. In fact, woro the air oi gay sty . The chiming of the chapel brllaadded to the effect. Meat of the atorea were closed but we observed some who puraued their calling with a Jewish tenacity. The fire-work*, throughout the day and evening, were ull aa nothing to the ! exbibitiona of laat night There vat a aort of fusilode kept up all day, but the aetting of tho run 1 vaa the aigtial of a universal burat of rocket* 1 from every part of New York, and of Brooklyn ? Kvrry description of flreworka waa brought into action, and, whether we consider the number or variety that ascended from sundown to midnight, the Fourth of 1 July that baa just passed waa never aurpassod by any | former one In thia city What ia astonishing ia, that I half the city waa not burned There were some exceedingly beautiful rockets aent up from Governor's | Island, Fa-tie Garden, and from Tontpkina Square. But the grandest of all were those of I'alon Square and thr I'aik We should mention, that, at sunrise * i national salute waa fired from the Battery, from < loverInor'a Island and the I nited State* cutter lying at llrouklya. At 111 a'clook, there waa a similar ftu J* | joir. Y.'hen tho people of the United States forget to

| celtVrate the Fourth of July, then will they forget the I independence that waa declared on that ever me| m< rab'.e day. Many, no doubt are annoyed at tho conI tinwal noiee in their eara ; but the goad arising from | observing till* ru.itoia. lu fostering patriotic senll| ment*, and stimulating youth to folio* the glorious ex. ample of tbelr ancestors, far more than counterbalance* any little inconveulences that may attend It TIIR NATIONAL RALVTKS. In conformity with Division Order*, the national anlutra In honor of the day were fired at sunrise by lh< Veteran Corps, under tha direction of Capt. Kay nor and at o'cloc k. A M .by company C,fourth regiment under the direction of Captain Zelger. FIREWORKS II Till PARK. The crowd of parsons who assembled in the Park t< witness the exhibition of firework* waa tremendous It I* Impossible to eomputo the number, but there wcri several acre* of ground covered by men, women, and children, who were packed closely together, and be aldea those there were hundred*, if not thousand* ol people upon tho top of the City Hall, the balcony, thtop of Tammany llall, and other buildings in the beighborhocd. to say nothing of counties* urchins, and j others, who occupied the trera In the Park, as a temporary roosting place from which they might slew the giaiiddisplay, and grand, indeed it was Rome propitious clouds veiled the moon and thus rendered the pyrotechnic tableaux more effective than they eould possibly have been If Lnna had shodk out to her full brilliancy At an early hour after sundown, signal rockets began to shoot out In all dirwctlona. from a I centre mar tbe front steps of the I Ity llall while an excellent band played a succession of beautiful airs, national patriotic, and popular. The pieces of firework* which formed the grand features of the evening, wej i || lsc. d up< n frames and elevated ?nm? twenty feet from Ihc ground, they rousisted of wheels triangular brilliancies, and all the complicated beauties which i hags of Jersey t Ity. know* so well how toeoneoet At a little pyt nine o'clock, father Mwthew came down the I Ity l.'ail step* In company with torn - m-tntxrs of the I omno n < ouucll Ills appiimrh tu the seats reaervid f?r th* guests of the I Council, was the stgnsl for firing a magnificent pi. eu of fireworks, which, alti r di?ph?.v ing sev< ral cu< tons and ingenious lilts nl elegance hurst all nt a suddi n Into the term of the Irirh llaip, on either side of whirli burned a torch of groen lire. 'I his display called fori h from tha crowd, several tu no bdous ehu rs. either lor father M-ithew, the Irish baro. or tl'c niece of fireworks, we could not ascertain I which Although *" had " ** b'-aotlful thiia far. nml 1 tb*rro*il- rpcelktofl vera p<tr< i'll; delighted, yet 1 til yrrrlMu dbpliyt ?rm mII|iw4 by tbf filial piroe ? the grand fabliau of f be evening. 'I bl < plere coiini-trd of an airh. m|i|i<ti>d by two roluuiuft (In the areh ippuhd. la lari? Irtliri,1 W tHHI.MlTON '' ami dlrirlly under till*, ralriiding from the r?|dtn| of nan column lo 11: i ajilal <f I h" ot In r. appeared in li Id rhniarierr. tha word ' KB K.KIM I.VI " Surmounting the wliob to a f??fr ataff froin which appeared t < wmrr gieo lully the rlare and rtripes of Aim-riea The pit. Iumn* wire formed la outline, with brilliant Area. and the i utllnm were filled in with etari of evjulitte hun. ibowlnj ban-, eliali ami rapltal' Thin plreo wae erected jli-l t?*?r 'he balcony m flout of tb?t Hy llall nud wax Mipfiofiid by w nie lea or fifteen heantllul bare ptrera, wlo'h aire hied elaiullatteouely ?|ib the grand |>leee ii?.If Vt hen thla bad all burned oat. the m-aib- re of tbu t r mno n ' oonrilhrft tlie irrounl and tlie in.ntit ide at on follow d tbr ir rtanipln Although the am-iaWy ?a? a ta?t our. ibe beet of order wi> I'picrtiel by the fu lire who arre under the ere of the hlcf of I'ollee Intnteif. ladeed ar bare aeidom io n to large a multitude wbero to good order wna maintained. 111'KW <iRh8 1* I llnl ?(jl -.En. It harirg been published ia the programme of arrangeinrbtr f-r the rrlebraiion of the glnrlnur f'oi^rth tliat there Would bo a tplendid dl play of firework* in t'aioa tijuare that beautiful park wat throng' d allh ear up town retldiaU lo wltne** If Th? er'ilWUaa wax I II a grand t< ale and ea h piece. it blaz'-d 1'orth wax awl I' toll) bour n d It ;;??( ert it aetlefaatloit, and when It we concluded. the thn.'?ntidt In alt"'ilabcu adjonri.'d well pharrd with what thrj raw. iiir.wutK! i.i Toamjm sqiant. The dNplay of liraw orke eihiblted a* 'Tocnpitln i jmre by Mr llatOrld wa< fully njnel to fr.rcier exhibition*. Some of the piirea were of a anprr'mr .(tinllty, and mot with th? eatlie approbation of ike lhou??n'l-a--nibl. d ...I I... eti.on.l In If.? . I I...... 11 ? - * I ... I . ? c?n?tderaMe apnlewee |t?? and (ho <i tt'f ma -< of human being' notrd slowly to tlinir peaceful home*. an ingwie awk i-Fath. On *utti! . (ho hospital. Ia<t Xfaotng, Wr thTe bo. h' Id the rat ? loft* of the aeiddendal egptosiuna of pistol* and gune, onaa^nrnt on timet erery celebration ol the 4th of nip, In the different ward* in the hospital war* atretekrd on eota, wnuu Jed'and lacerated In a shocking manner, the fallowing unfortunate boy* and young men ? The flrat one we saw ?m n young man, about twenty yearn of nge, by the name of I'atrtrk Welch, a carpenter hy trade, reelding at No 54 Mull>erry street. Tho thumb and three flngera of the left hand were terribly lacerated, the fleah being blown off from tbo bonea.? This oeenred by the bond being over the morale nf the pistol. whan It accidentally went off while trying to put on another eap. The neat wan a lad of 14 year* of nge, by the name of John J. Moran, reelding at No. 328 Madleoa atre?t. ? The left band of thla boy wan much shattered by the barding of a platol, In Orand street. The thnmb and two flrat flngera and part of tho hand wo re blown off. only banging together by the ligament*. Thf nrft ?ft< (rtnrifl \ln( ullr. aritd 14 vi?tr< r??irl. In* ? No l'<td Anthony iitroot. A bolown* blown through bli l?ft lmn<l. In con^tooneo of hit band rc?tlnn on tho mottle wbrn tbr ?l?t?l wont off Thr ne*t *M Thrmn BiWy.rt tiding In b"mtt Brondwey *' 4115 yenr* Tbl' pntlent w?? ronel-lend to b?i oorj * i >? i: \ O'CLOCK. seriously injured, the gun exploeion h iring Ultra efleot la the elbow joint of the left nriu. passing toward* the ' wrist, lure rati r,p the museles and flesh in a dreadful manner, and fracturing the bout*. It ii tuppoerd the1 amputation will be necessary. Stephen Schuberth.aUerinan, aged-4 year*. residing at the corner of Murray and Washington etreeU. waa ljing on a ret with a wound on the top ot the right boulder. It aeoeare that this patient waa ou the 1 dock at the Toot of Chamber* itreet. v.ith a home and j i art ami hml juxt |>ut nosin produce on board a xtexra| l? at, and war lu tbo act of picking up n chain belongI ing to the cart, when a email boy dixehnrged a pistol, wblcb wax evidrutty loaitid with a ball, ax the shot 'ook effect en the top of the shoulder of Mr. ijehuberth Hie surgeons hare probed the nouud but mo unable to discover the bull at preaeut. between right and nine o'clock yesterday moruing. an unknown man of reepectable appearance wax brought to the hospital inaenaibla. baring been jammed between tba railroad eara ot the New Haven train in ( ana street. In a few nriuuteaafter entering the hospital, he expired. On examination, the kldnlet were muoh lacerated, and also other internal parte of the body were much injured, enough to cause death. The Coroner ! will hold an inquest on the body this day. I A xmall boy, 10 years of age, by the name of William | Kerfe, residing at No. i!0 Koescrelt street, waa brought to the hospital much injured, by being accidentally run | over by one of the Dry Dock stages, No. 13, in Chat! ham street near Orange Officer Murphy, of the Sixth | Ward, picked np the child and conveyed It to the hoaj pltel. b'pon being examined, It wii.t supposed the child would survive the injuries. lt?l>ubllcau Meeting?'Hungary and the Fourth of Jaly. According to advertisement, a meeting of Hungarians and other Germans, French, Italian, and American sympathizers with the oppressed and struggling democracies of Europe, was held yesterday, at Forty-second street and Second avenue, near Conrad's, a German public house, situate on rising ground, on the hank of the East River. The view from this lovely spot ts one of the finest about New York. The river there is exceedingly beautiful, and the scenery picturesque. Muck well's Island lies opposite, in the middle of the channel, and, with the steamers and small craft continually j passing, contributes to heighten the effect. No | thing could be more romantic or spirit-stirring than | from that eminence, commanding on one aide a splen| did vlow of New Vnrlc, Brooklyn, Williamsburg, and | the blue Sound studded with snowy sails, to aee at the | other, slowly and aolemnly winding up the hill, a band , ot pattlot brothers, of maoy nationa, but erery heart ! b< aunrr In uni-on for liberty and republicanism, with i aoul nod one voice singing the glnrioua Marsellalse I to the music of a maguitln-nl band. chosen tVeni all the I (teinisn mDmI societies of the city, and three lings 1 of freedom flutter lng in the wiod. The procession, ! which set out from the Mechanics' Hall, ia Hester 1 street, was expected to reach the place of meeting at 2 o'clock, but did not arrive till fl. The ground was already covered with numerous spectators and a platI fortu was erected for the speakers. The appearance of I the front of the column waa the signal for a loud and \ enthusiastic cheer As the procession tiled past the ' platform, we saw more distinctly what the dags were that were protected by a guard of honor, armed with musketry. They were the Hungarian tlag. destined fer Kossuth, the Ked Republican flag, and the star1 spangled banner gloriously torn on the plains of Me.xiro. We must describe each The Hungarian flag waa an exquisitely beautiful tricolor, green, white, and | crimson, with the goddess of liberty in the centre, mud on one side thwInscription ' Washington, the Liberator of America,'' on the other. " Kossuth, the I iberalorof Hungary '' At the foot were the words " Unity, 1.1- | ln riy, Glory " On the obverse aide was the following: | " The free Hungarians In America to the liberated j Hungarians In their native land." The second flag was also very handsome, though plain. The ground ' , | wa< scarlet, and the inscription in black letters, the | black indicating as we were informud. gunpowder, and ' tbe red blood that flows for liberty. It contained the following words:-- " /.iirrlis, ICgalitir. t'ralrriiili*, floUiUt ilu and In the centre. In large letters. the words ' I'tiiun fwH-ie/i'sle." Thu third flag was the m ?st re> niarhable of all It wus evident It bad seen soma servise '1 here was a large h<>lu. about the rise of a cannon ball, through llio spot oc< upicd by the stars, nod * its folds were otherwise shattered, while the staff waa | broken in more than one place and tl -d up with twine. i(>n Inquiry, we found It was the 1 ag of the New Vtsrk Voluntetrs. obtained as a grent faror from the Mayor for thi* occasion. on the condition that it should be reInriii il sunset, mud entrusted to l.ieut flecker. of that corps who bora It In tbo prooearion. Incarry1 It at ( burubusco. N. rg aut Itoiuayne Wcelrml si* bul> lot* through hi* body. Mr I.alto, corporal of the mior-guard. whom wo ub 'erred on the platform, took ; it u|i troui him and boro it till lie reeelred two ballot* through bio loot I wlien Lieutenant It. nm* took it from { him it was in th>'storming <>f the height* of LbapuN j ! trpeo that the b?le wan ma.|e through It by a cannon hull andKergmnt ll. t haw wan nbot down while bear- I in* it (in that accaclon, Lieutenant Harden* lllo am:- j r. i d. d to tbii post of honor and naa promoted for hi* bt rot. m Tbi* Mar I*, then fore, a glorious relln The prorrrelow, ahieh eonahtrd for the moat part of | t It rinaiie anl I reDrh pren ntcd a* line an 1 aa martial a body at we errr raw. 1 be Hi d Kepublicans wore a | piece ot red ribbon in thilr brcaita. Among thoae present wa* Mr. Uoudon. Vaaay (tract, a venerable ruteian ?f the I'nach revolution of 17b*, who I on t a It n on ibut niem rabi* oeemdoa. lie wear* a . iNglm *u i ha* a watttka tni. Though hi. hair in grey and be i* ' wail ntrikrn in year','' lie ha.* still the I lire of Mar* in bia dark ye, and net tued a* enthusiastic ! a* errr. Auothcr In ro present, who lost a leg iu fighti ing J..r bin country in tbr Mexican war, wa? J. W ' Seineilrr. He wore the ribbon of tb' Had ll. pubiloan* A ?a>k of nltong ale was placed on the tabic*, and copious draught* nerri d to all who were ; while i n the gras* all around a* well at at table* laid in lite open air. men. women and children recruited nature with wholesome rliind*mid bear, the drink of the <h-r man* In the gla** tankard peculiar to thein. All gethrr the scene *at worthy ol the pencil of ffOMtUI 'the meeting was railed to order by Mr. ('baric* D. till seen. President. 1 he V lee rriirideuta were Manar*. Le*age. Ilict*, Kreuer. Iluc*iuiin and Wllhelui The Kier< tarie* were Me??r* I'reiulrler and l(*linl*h. .Mr Kuril* baring call, d for three cheer* for the three flag*, whlrh were enftiu-d* tleally recpondi d t o Mr Jwai-iuvaaaw read the Declaration <w American Independence, nr a document appropriate to the day, and a< containing the great principle* of republican liberty, for which they were struggling. 'I he hand then struck up that euh'lme t.crmao hymn to freed' ni, "Ul(? your liand to the I nlon." aad all Joint d In the song. Tlii* performance wa* truly Bia* nlCcent Mr hart i* thcu addrn*.? d the meeting In li-rmin. i ! lie sp* ke with great en.-rjry. lie aald, in days gone by, the p> pie weie crushed IsrBOOtll Ilia liarkne** of de| im llem. because tbey wer* n t ralighti tied. A II *bt OU ttl.-U'J it ju?t a* tbey were new reatatlnj th- repi.UirM rflrlt toil t|tn*( tip in Knrope Their t octal ancc nul l ho a* ?alo now o it ?? win n W?>blnr'< d l?d the nrmy < f llb? rty. Though tb< Knp?ror of luii-ia went band la hand with th" rop?>, they c ulii lift pn( dr*n the ili nocTKjf The only tru? nall' nalitira In the world were republican. Th lofguInK but an outline of Mr. Kreuir'a ifnth Mr. Ui.tTiMMi* thin tldftwl th? meeting In fo wl lie old In thla land, where our ration fou.fht fi r the A mrrican Independence at tlilt n b ran tnoinent. wht n the aristocrat* ae? m to hare gtren themrclte* the watchword, wn, goelalUt democrat*, pretoat, In tlie face td the world. rrnii-t the ?HTl|e^i m war which the Intari itie French government bare carried on ag.elnrt th? Reman republic when we bear l?i > >dthliity innn*ter* call theruawltee in tdermtea, we pride nut?ei?e? In the name of aneiallat republican*. What Indignation *h<>u!J wa not f?i | at rn log the men wlm. in the tiritne or the republic, Iietrae the rl rht* ot Itunanlty. rur which alonethe republic h*?bc-u dewlsred' d.rl?n that ewe moat ardent ?*mpathii e are for j r?er "vtuinl to the noble Mongolian and L<>man rei public*. Let u* rootall'l demwrrat < of tba whole world [ iiwile agntoat the tyrant./ tt diplomacy. anl the moweped Intereat Let na cbrer the unlnr-at republic. (Vihimrat cheering ) The band then atruclt up the Mar'allabw." whh-h waa-ongby the entire meeting. -nd hid a mo< thrilling effect, e* It* echo * rctownJod orerthe atitl watcra ot the I a?t lilver l.i oroi ii Ki h, a Mttnr-rian lli n a ldre **d the meet irg In i > rtnan ||e addreaard hl? fcUow-eltlaon*. not ! only tinman*, but French. Italian*, and all repuhli can*, and In the name of the Hungarian*, he prercnt'd the Iter dc-liticd for ho**ulb. tor the lint llnre on tlu fr?a roil of \rririn And, tb?T<-l'.>re, L" on ib<m io unlt>' on? p.">pic? trun mpiMlMM, in I to kits up all ov*'T diitlnotlouv Tbnrn oonl I lo1 no Oi vbt tlmt I ho old wiiM no* lilt bcbln.l Um #*T th?; only mw *Ut ilUi.'rUim raw -ctrnty jreor* ?&<?. ]>r biANOLR oa? tbo n< *1 ?p<a*?-r. Iln j?ll no ettifr nation In f:nr?|io bid ro w on ntlAlno.l tb? po?Hinn of r t? public ? Hungary and th< t?f"r<\ It ?m ntHlid *?t 1'iilj loIk* Rywoathp nnl aupport of Mil tto< l publican*. Imt to tho rr-c*cniUoi> of tbc noTcriim' nt of lb' I, nlti <1 tlitri l)r Jniiftiw^ then foi.| the Hungarian illfM to Kormlh, and comment, d upon it In mi f|?innt rjn-' ih Tin- addrci* ?a? unanimou-ly adopti 1. .V T P.iTi. I bo editwof the >>W Vork *' >< Z"'; ?nf, tLcu adore ?J tire miction in K f> r< ?< < to tlr* American f?|i. hi'-li W?a b ii,'- In tho V?ili-Ml ???. nnd !* rillblM In ih" fr?nt rf the in-alttd l!> 'itd. till ill r tl.nt fl? r n> t one rare alooc fought, but n.any m >i| ttna reptil llcaoa bad fought al ibrlr Intllii. iliNulriiinlMaf tin p:?r of tht if lo. lb lit) hml???? ?d? d. and lb it um< u ami tir'.o// ought to la- a leinn to I urofm Vr Cia.aai.iit ibi a aUvi tf'".d tbr m: < Ul?6'* ? T R A i r TWO CENTS. tlr fluid that tbr people of l'rrutc( bad rammitted Ndt wrkm? fault*; thry had taken morn iuternat In tbehaip* of Napoleon than in repuMiranhui and had ronm-ated to f'ght apalnet thn Roman people But thajr had found out their ml-take. and wem now aorry for It > Yankee Dot-die ' wan then performed by tit* b*?d. Mr t'oaiuH. a literary gentleman, thenadd reared fa* meeting at ronalderahle length, and wal warn?ly Mr MaiTiau thrn rung in Prcarb, "Thn Parting Song." Mia* Wai.mi then being nallod on. add reared the mHnwn in- xnu or came mere m a spectator; lie knew little of thr lirrniiD but what he did know nl rtiruch to make him tkmr thu wntiaonU of the p? akt rs. till he wax hoarse Still ha could not refuse to briefly give expression to hi* feeling* Ha sympathised wllh everything republican whether in the United State* or In Hungary. If the government at V Belli up too, did not recognise the naw iteinocraetch of 1 urore. one thing wn* ci rtaln. and that w as. that the American people rurognisod tliem. ami woul4 do all in tin Ir poorer to a > let the npprixned nttioniilitlea of the world Mr. Wal*b wa* loudly cheered. Mr. I.tki .n aoldier in the l ite Mexican war. eaina for ward nnd eaid lie had fought under that (lag. (nutating to the elrlpeH and atari'), iu Mexico aide by aide with Hermans. Hungarian*, nnd men of dliferent nation*. llo had taken it up and carried It. whfn it* hearer was abot down by H* bullet* He, for ana, would tight to-morrow, in Hungary, or Italy,or Ireland ar for auy oppressed nation. Tno people in all countries ought to etand hy each other. against the tyrant*, and . thu* the principles of liberty would he triumphant all over I be world This young man was loudly cheered nil when he coneluded. there was an enthusiastic hurra (dr ' the stripes and the star*." The nieetiug then separated, after a collection wad made, and the procession baring re-torined about T o'clock, mare bed back to the place wheace It eame. In thu course of the evening tire-work* of uiL kind* were tbtown up. and balloon*, some of them Ia the ihape of the human ftgure, which had a most }udicer us efftot. K. W. (iraham and O W Jacques, were the police efllcers In charge. There waa no disturbance of any kind, and this lemarkabl* meet lug passed off WUh crldcnt satisfaction to all concerned Progress of Uao Chslsra. hi Tiita crrr. Mtvoa's Ornea, Nr.* York, July 1, IM. lite Sanitary Committee of this city report M new cases, and iff deaths, of chclcra, as harlag cocdrred during the last lit hours. ttsouar. . . Catts. Dealt?, DsteV.f. In Centre street Hospital T i William street Hospital B > Black well* Island Asylum 13 K Colored Home II 2 ' i l ?# In private practice 4S 11 > Total 84 Z7 IS OTHFR PT-ACKS. > t The Riolimond. (Va )/inquirer, of the 3d Inst. ouye ? We are pained to announce that this dreadful wturj* baa appeared in Its most m alignant type at Shiflpy, tEe residence of Mr. IIill Carter. The flrst caac asuprred on Thursday lost: and we understand that updi Sunday night there bad been fifteen deaths; and i^ffcatima the boot for Kirhmond passed yesterday, fbrfs n?r? weie in a dying condition. All were blacks.1 ' Tbemorta'ity baa been so great that Mr. Carter bub- ld(i UiS line Held of luxuriant wheat unbarrested. Nothing could hare exceeded tbo pains that bare been taken both to prevent the disease, and arrest it afbsy Its appenranco The best medical skill bas been .sn^ployeiC, and all the appliances which could be brought to bear aire used, but without avail. On the other planta. tloux on lower James Kiver tho laborers aroramarkably bealtby. 1 be l.oulsvllle (Ky.) Journal, of the 29th uftL says:? There was a great diminution in the number w cholera cases yesterday, as compared with the pruned Vf d?fThe entire numts r of Interments yesterday was ftftoen, even adults and right children. Six of thM*- dre reported as cholera deaths. We heard of aids morn Cirrous who died yosterday, hut they will )v>tt>e tarred until to-day. The interments from tho hospital and workhouse are not included ia the aborp. We understand that at the workhouse four deaths of cholera have occurred thus for. There are several caws of cholera on Bullitt street. We ate Informed by I ?o of of our most reepee table practitioners In thdoibj^ thab the disposition to cholera among the better .passes is derideoly leas than it was a few days ago. eemlst It Menus to bave increased in the districts where JI has already prevailed, as also upon the outskirts of thy eity. The Concordia (La) tnleUi tenter of the UM ult. rays : -The rholara is raging on the (J ustioe.f'Uoe owned by Lemuel I' Conner, at llitle I'.-int, nip the Mtstlsalpp! line, about 7 miles above Vidalla Thu afcolera appeared there in the beginning of last wcok, dnllhree d< ath? oeeurred on the first night after Its appearance. A short time of abatement ensued, and now U Itti appeared with Increased malignity 1'pwardt of fifty I | r.'on* n?u iktm iiuc-KiMi ana i?-rpn < uat <"v ' mrr*d when the afflicted place vac lust hoadd-from. la .Madl-uui pari h and nice where up Ike rlrwf, hnlcra Lit* nlmo?l entirely disappeared. fur a ti 910 at?lraat. A near ill-'-aen a fnrcr of an uuumai aud btvUh character, without chilli, but with MpdHine and liV?fu)nir at the mouth hu appeured on many place*, aud eau**d poor mortality. The terror* of the acw ?! *11(11 hare robbed rlioii-ra of it* nlarini in vtadlcon pariah. and oppoclte to it on the Mieai-fdppi ?ide '1 ho board of In-aMi of Buffalo. on the '2d in Aunt reported SI ra?e? of cholera lor the preceding 4* hntiri There were 13 death* by cLoieraalt olumitftb Ifhiu.) from the 23d to the :10th ult. The Dayton (f)hio) Journal of lb* 291U ult. aayt ' ? Imu \V< dne*day er< ntm; at d irk, when our lt.?: report rWed up to the hour yralrrilay, there lt/*re nine death* f:?w oh' lera in thl* elly. ' _ 11 t .1 ill Police Intelligence \ e. terday morning. the rule c l our I w?* wnde.' the jcri?diclion of Alderman Vulllna, during the itenne of Ju?tli. e MoUr&th The numb, r of prl*<>iMT*witaigurd before the magi?tiatc were but few, eon*tder1d( the day being thr {rand celebration c.1 the 1 ur Ji vf July. The prlin ipal attraction amcuc*t thc?e pc*<pna|* war n eery |?l< tty yonmr woman dp*-? >1 la malomtire ? Officer Kt rfa. of the Cth ward *teted to thecewA that be frond her in tba *tre< t drei-.U np la nteh'^clethIng. and arrr?trd hot in ronnNfitonao and ena?ej|od bar to the at All* n hcu,e. On ling aakad her aat%r, alia ana?er?4 Jogephlnn Oakley, hhn then aaul? I am the wife of John It. OakJey, noi hare been Mkrrled nearly 3 }ear*. I hav* one child 17 month* old, Which I* k ry nlekly; my bimbind doea n A do aniltill* lor my aupport, or the child either; I g-t my Uytng by dancing aud (dugtng on the -'age; | |a-t played In Albany, I wa* not aware that it *a< a rrim rio dry** in m*n'a clottiaa, or I would n hare done I'.; Uabniglit I dm ?ed lip ill an u'? elcthing torl?it af.mcr aal elrlo ball, and r1enrled a young woman to the b i'Ll tcard in 27th atreet. between nth and loth uremic; W look the ?t??e and eame down but no run troubled nW> and a* long aa I did no bnrtu I thought It wit tgfl.t at the dance | met a Mr. Achley. who came out iM? the tieet with me to *ee me home; wh- n thr* po|M''inan took ei. In ran- ?** Mti.nTiitr - Hw oil in jn F , JoorniM I an 14 yrariof iji, [ w? ig ii.'ri t!i?a I wa? 15, In ron*?";?t'ri"?? of riy tiaitai lV my friend' adrl <d n? to l-ae. hint ff- ha? nrrrr y>nld nn?- dollar toward* thr 'oppi.rt ?jf thy'eiiltd. Mm \ <.nnf woman It'a reiy htrhb . l.aa for you to dre iipln men'* e|->tUe ;bn' ti jt?i picmW* r.ot to he guilty cr lh? like again, I will yja from euatody . < |? Jaarriilm Indeed ill 1fr. It I' 'li 3 I iiau} li ur to en hrooght btfora a . urt f?r j. h uu l.i.Ls i'l I cttre joti It will b?- thr lajt , Manrrattt Well upon that |it:nl i1 ftFf i'l* ebaryrd. 'I tia ?f*'or then procured a carrl**- fir tbaddlr one In brin-l -*. who buttoned up tier eaat inaiy-tt'iki and IrOteclT toward* liWM', appartally * 11 rati-dldd with hi r rpree on Ihe flk of July , . If< V" . /*n t.'.-oJ. Omcat ( orey. of U>4 -?! war I, arretted. yc?f?iday mcrtiluy, a Mr-, t hvci^ -.jq. rr I tlna at No 111 B< < 'ttnan ?tr?-?t, on a iij ?ui ing ftofrn l>f <11 lYwnt Haldol J !*o?nlon, f irm*r1y r^rs in the flri i of floury W Itaydnok %?'?, *4l<wimK'hliis and glar* wan . No. 71 l"hn*treit A ..-ar* h whrrant ?i< leaixd t-y tin* maffi'trato m l the j -en tad* ?f .vtra. '1 Imtnr -on ?< rrched wl leb tculv d In tha &? lie of a lot of c,la?l an I earth rn waro wbfeh w?a ilroWd I by otx-of the firm a< a pcrti n of ;b propa*ty H^l'-a by III- ir . ? I B'-.f I i n thu rvtol.. ow the rharye of rohSia* n! i ?-tn; I iycr* A llfgt; <|uaottty of till - property I* mp| oo- l to bar- li(tn bought by Mr? Tho?i"*n ir?:i? S-anlm, who atole tbe ?nuie ti'.ro M-. employ, r- Tho cia^i>trat? .J. miweii'li. accuicfl for a fnrthrr liearinx. i I ' C ho' gr ?] tir.tiu! Lair* m, - UIB< era Kl?a Un M 411 JaffHr?, of th?> joth w?r?l irrMt>4, y?atrr4?y. mew, call' J Andrew 1 ti<>mp?ari ami lliariaa ( |j iu. tatctbrr with a *<>min called tnn Polan char?e4 wljlj rVvmi I* *> 14 fin/or rlniri, ft pair of joid car aoifl k<?I4 lido. talord In ail at i-T), 1 hn property cf Aletander tor tt. No 17 IHrfalon atfwt a portion oj th properly wa? ri co\i rrd. and lb- acei!??J partlc* d?tam<4 lor trial. I kmrf rf Htrmlitg f< j t.rmi \ man by tlw aaui- of Iraac bre ?< r **.* arre*t? d ya#trr4ay. on a < Wf of bar lot ?o!4 twroty el^ht p'je of |. ad. ?Mu> 4 bt f'H?, which! ad ?n* the property of l!eu:y A fulUaiwua, No '.V Hotith treet. which lead ww atoU'ri If to thn powr-*ion ? f Mr rolhatntM, and fouad In th?/4?a?arli n 'f Browi r, who p M the aarna at a riih'rT rrlr.!. ft Ilia own proprrty. IIra ??t la now hft!H ? iW ihlnf, noj wi:l hr nntil tin r*n ah'.w In th* aaltftfa' Vi >ti of Iho iwfliirati' tic tralrtry. Jnatic* '1 Imp-ton t > imt him up lor trial. ? i. , | Mvtlt. Ar.i * }>i t\\ 111 Ni.w > iiri. .v..i i ?Mxrnu? Wr vinla rruiul tltsl May* JI.. Harper. ?1 ij*c I hit .Mpl in f\>?t I'Tier, Kaj l*sn ?pin.inlftj hj tt>< rur'iBia 'ir ii?ti?ral tn h#J'ail \n -it l ? fiii "< I, Lia iiMl N-? > <>rk. In !Lr ol A. <? tli /ni'il I 'i . ) ? I ?a for min.r yr?r? Mr* * fall! .Sol ml ? f? i Itll ? I*k? r In that 'thIH-Ii ?f UfiTa l>rj>?tlmi nt. Hr tiri> vo'.il trtuli fr-4 fc<4l r?*lg nation yiatiriJuj. nrnl la hi* nUnm-nt mihi villi him lh? t wl I* of tin- In-purtment '.h<- ?it* lh?? 11? I*. g?? f 'i"<l iniiaiu frlru4a *?|mu mis* i t ' . In: 1> r , J?/f 4 I