Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 24, 1850, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 24, 1850 Page 2
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wr?i aa< r>f Injury ??ata'nad by tha ifit Than* pn hi aoundrur* both to ?pwilitori and to tha trade : (at the i raia already bald a present supply. and tha kifk prieae anWeraally dem*nd>-<1 haee <l?torrad tha n , <ica baying u ixtrniiidj h? tliay had previously | Ciia Tha aales of Wednesday ware &.0U0 bales. aud t thus* of Thursday were ouly 6000 bale*, making tha tatal hIm al the week Oo 300 bal-s To day the alTiaea per Anriioau ptaamer I'acitte, aco>rd with thus* {arN'ajara: therein a food attendance of buyers j I l tha uiiir camti have ten lad to limit the demand, auil tha total sales do out aicacd 6 (XK> bale* ; thuy , iusludw 1 OUO American taken on speculation and for export Prices of American are uot decidedly chtuged. i the authorised quotation* for "fair'1 qualitles'beintf lbs (ima a* last wn k Brar.il* and Kttypliaui arc iu fajr request. and in the*,. a general ad ranee of about %a|?rll. has beea obtatued. Sunts ara ia r>i]uut, and tbay command full prlees. 8.170 of Ameriotu. 100 Pwunii. lioo Kgypiiaos, ?kj s.i>7? or sturnt have Kuu taken en ?i" ? uutuu ; ami 8.7UO of Aimtrleian, 1,100 I'rriinun 150 Uaranhaua, A) Egyptiaua, aui 114 Sui all tor export*. &u.t i d. d. Sa'fs d d. MO .*ca la'd. Ka.,.ll\a 17 S'f* Waraohaa... 71, a V\ id ?taund do *'W Knypliaa ... 71* a 10 1*710 1"! ' d. < w'd,. t%a 8 rara ? a ? Orl.au a 8 100 U'nI tudios. CW a 8 tU) bile ... . a V+ fU'l !*ural 4>, a 8110 I an-iai and 10 4% % ? t'arail.o 7'i 8 ? Bengal ? a r1710 KiMt ?ud Uxfio "*i a 7 ? _ Itnjorts To thi* date, 1S60. 763 410 iMygflyftoue Vine. )M?. 1,C>?0,043 hag* Mocks. On tliii. date, 18r.O, 53",300 b.igs ; M:o? tin* time, 1(49, "'.'4 8K> bap* Salev?Total sales to til* 8th June, 1S49, '099,090 U? * , total sale* to the alit May, 1150, WS5 000 bag*. Li???rooi Coas Kh.ii?vi.k?Tkioav, Juntr7?There *ai a .mailt r attendance than of lata of millers and dealers at our Corn Exchange thin morning Wheat ai.'1 flour supported thi< prices of Tuesday. but the (aii w. re out; ia limited quantU i*s aor was there any bange i" 'he value of hny other article of the trade, excepting ludian corn, ahich was taken slowly, at a reduction of 6d per quarter; Sl>< per 480 lbs. was the foil quotation for the b?st American yellow or white earn Choice Dantzic white wheat was sold at 7? . Kostcck red (is 3d.. and good UhcnUh at 5s. Ud. to 5s lOd. per "Olbs, The bift Iriah oats brought 2?. 7>?d. per 45 lbs ti im>?v. June 4 Our market to-day having been Veil aitruded by home and country millers, and several of the latter a; p aring from tlie inland counties. the trade, relative to obtat. iiSMiced a moristealy aspect thai < f lute; and the sale* to consumers, aided by I few aptculathe investmintv having been tolerably ex- 1 ten?i?e all dest r< ptiona of English. Irish, aud forelgu felly maintain, d the rate* <-t this day se'nnight. good ??. tul red ? liesfs in partial caaes realising a slight "." .ln,?r! Still.. >i?l l'iLai.,1 in ilk nr..11 il* Trlxh uml Frsurh Hour. couimmiUinn a fair degree of attention, | uiportid late prices. Hurley and beans. upon a slow | liniiti d sale. bur*tj MistsineJ our lwt quotations Malt I and peas meeting v. ry little natice, obviously deelined j li pir quarter Oat*. iu the absence of any material j niH'ljr. folly rrtain, d the advance ot Friday; and oat- i nii al was Ik Id firmly at the rates ol this day week. In<isn rem. although taken less eagerly than in the ally patt of last week, wan In fair demand to-day, and ttadily obtained the reduced rate* on Vriday. roar.iun. ? d. i. a. b. 4. . d. Wheat per 701b, r*as, Baltic &o. Canadian, rd 6 6 5 7 white.prqr 25 0 29 0 Ditto whit* A 0 (I 3 Canadian. V ?tatr* rd 5 8 6 11 perqr 24 0 23 0 Ditto white 0 0 0 4 flour, CanaDantic mixd dian pr bbl ?t)Q rrd... 5 7 5 10 186ibsweet22 0 23 C Do high mxJ 0 6 0 10 U States, do23 l< 23 0 By* Hultic. Ohio 23 0 24 0 per qr... .20 0 24 0 DoandCanalarUy prW>lb?2 9 3 0 dian tour. .10 0 21 0 Oa's )r 4/> lbs.. 2 7 2 0 In. Corn, per Besns pr qr. ..24 0 27 0 480 lbs. . . .31 0 32 0 Kpvptian per Do Meal, 100 lb 14 0 15 0 460 lbs 21 0 22 0 Ptin U?im Tm a?o?t, June 0. 3 o'clock.?The Vrei.oh fiiuds liave improved te-day. in consequence of the withdrawalof tS<" opposition ?f the conservatives to the (rant to the President of tlin republic. Bank of I'tauce and railway shares w? re also Arm. Elchange on London c0 days. 2of52)4c., money; do., 00 days iAf42.Si?. Jtsa7- l.atift Prices? Five per Cents 94f; Three per Cents. 60t 60o.,bank actions. 2 206f. list at Mas err, J line 5.?The cotton market i? somewhat less actiTe. Sales up to two o'clock wer? about 1076 balis Prior*. however extremely Arm. Trtieidiiieitf New Orleans about too franca. Interesting from Venezuela. UlTKI T OF GF.NF.RAI. I'AKZ PROM HIS 1'KUSECtTTORS? i HIS CRUEL M'FFERKfOS. M'? bare eecelved. by the bark Henry Trowbridge, arrived at this port, en Saturday last, from Bt. Thonai which (be left ou the 13lh instant, the pleasing iLiciiifFffei't mat m? iiiu-inoua anu true patriot. i?i Joiiv Antonio rati, had arriTed. with hia nuite, at ft. l'h< taa?, about the l<?t instant, on board th* Yunezualan Meanier Llbertador. and had put up at the hatel ailed Po?ada del Turro It waa expected that thU warrior of ?euth American Independence. and founder ct the republic ot TinnuiU. would aail for th? Uuitad State*. about the latter part of this month. Prom the puMic papyri recclT?d from CaracM, by the tar|i Pari arrlnd in Philadelphia, we *eo that <i< nrral I'ata baa t?< ti ctnelly treated daring hi* long IttprinoDnu nt hI t'uiiian.t. in the ca-tle of San Antonio In conreqtltnca ol thin treatment, it appuar* that the Geniral fill tick, and wax near loi.ing hia lift- We tiaualale literally, tho following extracts fr< ui SI Ctrtte iit O't'ttit a paper published In Cuuia?a the piece of the General ? captivity : ? [Prom r.l Concede Urioste of liny ft ] Pin ?In tl. alterutx-a of the t.rai of May, w? wtft apeutatari f a W it interesting icta*. The whole city wn waita'ed. an immenee crowil traversed lite atreeia and ptihlio a.i??r?- fi isf end indifi.ation were depicted ob the r<>uatesai4>'? el all; everything earn uno d thai tn_ oov mi lii a Itir 11* and |ainful neat ??i nVmt plaea. Waaonn learned the truth, wben the fatal nawa raathed our eara, thai ten I'an had Urn daa** nmaly attacked by a coaK?atioa at tl ? lun?? "eeaconcd ry th* priv atic t? t which ho haa keen ted. W o cannot vet flatter ourselves that hia t. alii la m.t t -vine. a? the eliiht aymp'oma of conTalracen * Bali* aa rntrrialn lerivne feara foi the lift of an dietiurfuialf d a iittiea- A *reat and iiuposias eneota?le waa prceented ta ui ly li t ananas ! oks >r a whole people, who. la the salema tjr f the uomrni, kartersl hot "Ut Idta, on* ein*'.e led tlx iiiht?tl ' rrestrvetion of the lift of the intereatuiK aaatn. t>.? a ui aaftaaaa >t b11 nUbltal u*-iatetakeabie Movfe (,f th? kuIiii'kk whir (i ha Mini I* and luce Im bet* rmd Id ihnr toe mt; neccr did ?o eipr*e>i?* a ailenre as tl at wb.nt, then r<-i(u*d, te*tily k?w ae-piy a p?.p!? felt that their ?l..ry <>r l*aomlny d?p*ad d ?a tb? (ifcef ?ae matt. * We bar* thiiaht 11? ha'i'Ttuuaift l"?< ? qal** facorad, fcwantn hit *ft??h. t? t,n< t^.m ?ll..?cd t.. tiiwM hi? uinnti n I W<( <.( | in. 11 a ! ?> ahftre the crioa wrong by the acut*? ?>( In* r iVrfn.a ar? drmnii br the itinif ami?o.i?tltmall) n>t<i h; wiMitr*. Tito** uaforia? ttr duuhtert. tn ?? hai,|" ??t I tin* alt* a*d t? remain by their latlier'a aide, a'Hill a nil reelgnat ma lo lee him tormentsd, panting f'>r t* ?-h in ni. i m enllrtljr without eeatltaili.a, ripnn'l nit a. ei. la tl erorehln* ray* of thft etin, ftftd oa (he other to the i no) heting capirft i???la?r front a kitH.en, a r"<>m ln(es>?d l> 111 l.y ?ad triiMti ue rep'ltee, which disturb the r?*t that thft |*atieiii n.i*ht enjoy. [r?D. ami tft'fii' ?amft p*|er. May 7th.] At lei iili ti e ?n> b< rft?e? fca?* l?eti pierail?d i. putoroft.t' l.iirial I a.i to* innnwlta* m re rnnr?ni?a( ronot, aaj< tairf kif d'a?'?a. Ihle ?c.p I * I. en taken In ??? q?. 1.1 a (real ee-llm* ?t the t- el and le??, ahich l.e/ n* tftk?t>*?M'd AT' - rdm< to lufrn.a'in nx a th* patient La* a u, ihii| of nurtj, May u. d ptraert* turn. Tbr r*tra t ,ir?, contain*. ai?o. a r?ni. nct. anrr in! Broti -t nldnwiil tu the Ovnrtof t'utiMiia on the ill of Mny and punr I by eeTeral hundred* of thr flrct tlilim* i i that pi?< a* muet ihv crm l treatment which lieti. ml fae? aa? rerettitig It finish** with th**? Vi.rda >? We, tK<re<f.r*,aoUfnftlT pn>te.t. before Ot>4 an.l man aealntt tt? eaa e.tee., u. lie* * r it h tnac recti It tn t >.? pa i lent, if diftft ant lei cite tl ? ft?-ie. ft e ?'ilcii hntaani ly can it. tt e hell irftvi'k ?<ni? ca> ifttal r?a*eqa*ace*, bat ws shall . ?<.'< i;r?ftl?t a i h tl.c t.l. a flat we hacc dear all lu ?tir p. wer ?n i at* I he I i a?r ( It * <>?* ry la which a* II c*. It wa? prUMj H i* ten."3*tr?nc* wblch r?uv l Ike ri umlal 11 lli? *lrk Ufberhl tu n?. r?" fultabl* iju.it* ton. rrrcn K1 Crrr*? 4ft f>ileal* f May IS] _W*kai* *>r*.d> t, .ii,f.i ,.nr r . I.rs nYtt.bwInalaf of ? ?.!! I 1. IW llll I - ? I Ut > f > i ?r ntilr Kim Itll >tH' *r. W? will ?l?l? t tut I r lit 4 a) a i La i - i m i ill Kind cbr n-J l?a tUti ni"? f II a <iit*ir, dit i| i v |" .. u '.* I'KN'I u; fhr.ilm b*va I . I I II pi' t il ( l<> I a lil'-ni r ' t lh? p.-?? ' I ? tl? (? ! fci i nl 1 l> r*- '??r If t >i? n*? ti nt) < ii m l< * I fvr I.in. Ill* Kit?il?'i".'r, b? ? ? r, a r in >1 '< lot i ' il t f ?f fl??i?r?l kmi I.I.I. ?al II < a |I J in it tin aa a man and ft rili lata* r? > ?'.? ! ? a* ! ) ??| nil Ma !?' ?r i? a al>. . 4 n i. f r a ai I ?i II a tm n la ipiHl ? a ir'i itj t fr.nf if thl? t? l ha k<u?.lwi?*r > ?'<iai >a a i h. fur a aa? m l lima, pta-laitd aa > 'fa# i ? aai r.? ai r fall ? rl riaa Tha f?lU?li $ i|-n I 'i I r? ?ar r- a4<ra -t ih? |aflcjlar? of I.a ri lapta II Kan n k> u m lla rt'y, u "H? w?? binra i< in, ' IV ii *y i ail ia>?raMi aiali n?l, " I'in in- taitli a ?? i Ihaj ai >lli?:i?? >.|..ii 11 , i nag kin. . I *C- tlira ra'f i*?J an lh??NillM toatah of tba Ufa % >.' ' > in a'll.ii P?l fl | ca fa J m tl ImpartialIt ' nifllad firm tilnr nnil "Orial iloruaruli. an ft lib * I ji> ' h tlia i?n,a In Ulna to iutr<><luca to ill raadari iLU dlatllif utthntf .?auth A uitW-hii fti dull l> II ( 11) 11 i filler lire. If ?w Chi iiliin Mia Cut I i\r ? ! t lla Firat Pr??b) In tail i I ui r h. Mr, .'? t?u?. pa-tor, (origin*!!/ |ir?t<d In Itil "fi alu-rt. *> ri.rr ..f I'lna Appl* ?lra?<. a iM (fi* bale g iririil at tl . miiM of I'llalo* Mtl l illitl tfflt 1 will h# la I thlt ?fir-uof>n. lit ?;* t'llrrk |)r I'f llf? 'f thaflra I ra?hjrtrn,in v'huri ti, ki*V"tk. llil l>r >tiitr?r < ' Mllialv Ibman will nftl uta U) i n Iba iii .aioii Tha cirnar at of f. Mark* Rtilarnpal l'tf? t'hurah will ?t?n. \ic i?M thin tlorict! M fc?lf |>?-% ?!i or'?fk I| It ?ltii?,nl It H i >,?. n i?ti n? Wi ?r. n >1 j rtl* ???nu?> *u J W 11 lUtrHkj?'r>M l irhnp H hiltli |lum Kit Pr Tfv$. na I mli?r nui i hi di.itu ?r* vt|>*et*<l to pm?rnt at lit* r?r?nony Cia<vit C??t- lion !* B Mor?# pr??idl?i Al*ttmJtt .*? ?,? >i !<*> * ?* Kniiti' Tht? **? ?n iw'.inn t? (H??M ffaO I t i>d *?-?nti and '?* l?-i f rn Billtrd t>T d?fvn ant V' rdirt for lb* plaintiff >40 On? (Vlt -M"" J;i !/ nnl A)d?f KM Taj '?f ?!?< **11 V' ?>>* T' r . ? ./? ?< ? < wt| ?Th* ?? liidlatt 4 f?r iraml l*r>-.-nT. In hx?'*?H ft?l??amm ?>f m-tir? lBi-<n?ttii| to |l4l. fttm Mil* Ulkbng. tli.> i*?t ! u-r ad< dt;??d did not felly pro** th* f?? ? m m !?rth to th* ltd!*' ?hru Ih# d. f- iidtnt ?v *rr**tr<| only >** ?< -Ilai ?<f lh? mt tiff m>n?? ??? tonr,d In hi- |> ** 1 n 1b> jat; ?l III* frand. ui I found kin tailtj ? p?ili Uraeny r*t -T>if < ??<.?.r no .c*tnr.l*y WM a m*rlr* (tMHMHM I I ?'i 'n i 'i tb f I ...inni r i t r inm or m n" wn' it* ?r? ? ?"imt iij fr*m th- flb*t of hit bring K^U 4??f aiiit ('nnib *k < 4?np?*>l <1 >an <J??H oHl-nlr on frHit u |ki Tk> jitt; r?ml?if4 ? TorJI?t ol 4m1Ii %j M of th? kriln llrntn* t? F"?t Lh A fln?t??f innMiif, In HIcb ?>? will fr >m UiN r'ti t?lu on* ??rk"? irur.n.ft 10 fcTt L?? Th#y full th'tn'*! r. lh* j ?r, 1 w? irtll pro v l it J tri'ti am I M*? uI tt*rj dwrrtf Uoa. NEW YORK HERALD. I JiUEl GORDON U U N NITT, FKOFKISTUH AND EDITOR. office . w. coHNr* of f'ulto* and bassau otb. THE Pi// f IIEKdl.l), 2 eenls f?r ptr annwm. 'JUL WEEKLY IIERJI.P every Stituriiiy, uill%rentt per ?0)'V or per utnum, the Eurepeaa tilitum. $i per annwia, Is H.t ludi tfl* tH>*t'lU . Al.l. LETTER* ky maii, far ?M^?*rtp,'r?n. ?r wi'^ adrerlurrnri.il, to U jatl-p<iid, or Uu pottage uiU k deducted f rum the twny remUted. TOLVNTAR Y CORRESPOS'Ut.SCE, roi/iin* p '< *i i |?, n>/i %ted from any guui ier ojIke uvi Id , \f uieJ, will it lib. i Lilly pniil tor. SO SOTU fc taken of anmiynumi ctmmu/iiraHviu. H'e Jo ?<V rr'vrn rejected comrr.m fcaMuna. AUV Lli TlSEMEK T S renewed every wHirnnnf. AIDUI1MTI THIS ITHMNU. A8T0K PLACE OFKRA?Tw?- BuiUMon. BftOADWAT Til K IT rut, BnUnj.-Sritir or Qoijd ?ZaMFA?FklSVB W'A?OI NliUXVS MAKDEN. ttrotdwty.?7ai?t IIiAIT Nitu Vi>k i'ii* Lax-v? fmmiv tfiHia, Bl'HTON 8 THEATRE. CUuem itrnt-Hirst TTitm V Wl?l?OB -fcl ArNIR AMI) HHHH. NATIONAL TH1ATKE, fbtttitB Mlirt.?Poob Coi'SIH Wii.rn-Muit im Ciimi -F<<isni> Waculbs. C HR8BT VS OPERA UOU3C, Mocbkuoa' HaIL-Ht*!#n*w HmiTliUJ. OLYMPIC.?Pi*bc*'? Mmrratu. CBINIS1 MUSEUM.?Cniim LADT, awD YABIOVS CVUMTIM. CASTLE OARDIN?Bvmbbb FBTBS. AMERICAN MU8EUM?Anr?iBO Pbrfobmabcbs A manor.* Art? Ktiniko. N?W York, Monday, Junt ?4, 1850. Kcwi from California. Two weeks luter news from California will probably be received this week, perhuja to-day, by the Ohio, or Crescent City. Telegraphic Summary. Our telegraphic intelligence received last night, notwithstanding the thunder storm, augurs for a busy week in Washington, commencing from tomorrow. Mr. Doty, of Wisconsin, it appears, haa been maturing a new bill in reference to the admission ef California, of such a character that the South will resist it. We cannot believe that Mr. Doty caamuch improve on the plan of compromia* now befote Congress on this bubject, but he may nevertheless proposa something that may be ac c?'j taMe to the .North and the bouth. We shall con learn. Friday last was a memorable day in the anaals of tit-Mr Orleitns. On that day the grand jury found true bills of indietment against the celebrated General Lopez, and several persons wellknown in the United Stutes, and some of them holdir.g important offices, on account of the Cuba invasion. The trials of these gentlemen will be interesting and exciting, and we shall lay the particulars before our readers at the earliest moment possible. The Cambria'* Mtlli-PolltloqA faplu In Earspe. Our European fileB have given us full accounts of all that has transpired with respect to the Greek qieition, the recent demonstration against Cuba by a handful of inrn from our shores, and the passage of the electoral law of France. Opinions from foreign pupers, on these subjects, will be found in cur columns. The humiliating position in which the English ministry have been placed on the Greek question, teems to be tolerated with some degree of unblushing coolness on the part of the English press, probably helped, in this particular, by the ardent counter-irritation produced by the probable invasion of Cuba by our citizens. It is quite a subject for merriment, to notice with what lofty national merality and wisdom the </vati invasion of Cuba I ...k;u *!.? w? i?? ?r wranu, > mic uic *> wiiu nan uut yci UCCU jirr* milted to forget (hat the English navy has but lately retreated from the l'iraus, where it was "ahout to blow Greece out of the water." Ia view of the deplorable position of Lord Palmerton, who hau begged to accept the French proposiion, made six weeks ago, by France, and rejected by him at that time, we think, at least, that the English press might have taken the pains to instruct itself, if not upon the nature of oar state and federal governments, at least with regard to the general feeling of the I'aited States on the buccaneering exi*dition. The llritixh nation is not without its precedents in similar expeditions, and hus more than once fitted out forces in the face of day, for fully as questionable enterprizes. We do not yet forget the legion of cavalry that went to South America, in the days of Bolivar, from England ; and Spain herself has reason to remember a few more cases of a like kind. We do not approve, however, of this conduct any more for the wuowa and boldnow of the exnmples. Our only object is to vint with all reasonable retaliation, the gross charges in the English newspapers, brought ag\inst the Vnited States and her people, who have hail no I than- in this invasion, beyond lhat which the folly of n few individuals may have given them by a gratuitousimplication. When the United Slat's government |< rpetrates sticli nets of injustice as Great Britain has just clone to Greece?when it breaks faith, menaces and talks loudly, refuse* to accept a fair proposition from an ally, and, being fairly corner* d, confused, and shut down upon, imitates Shy'ock in the play, and ti.k^s the best that is to he h ij w itltfrut the aeliing?then it may be time for *om? such virtuous censure and full-taced moral, reproach a* is now, indubitably, due to Kngland. In the mem time, wr think that, ii we require any practical illustia'ionsof what becomes a mighty nation towards a w?-ak power, we mpy find them in the history of the Kiiglii*)) army and navy in China and in India, not to trouble ourr-tve* with som? lesser portion* of tlie jkilic, celebrated in Knglish annals. If the republican government v( France have d< ne no oth?*r great?we will not he ro uneharit ilil- as to siy n< od?thing, the fact of bri rising Great Britain on ln-r 1 knees should be a feather in her cap; for, in l 'pen. 1 d?r.t of the hi h petition oi the English people in I jiti lligt nee, in morality, in a ? n?r of j'istiee toI w^r.;? all, even toward* en*mie?, her rulers hive exhibited too uftm a spirit of aggression which can Ih- r\| 1 ini '1 m iio rati >n .1 and satisfactory ni inn r. Obl;j.ed to k?ep up her army and navy for tli? su,* nnrl . ( Ik. mnrir. r .r.na.f lw.hililv ,.nt mnl>? J . / ? ^ - / 0 .? *1.?) hip ? ui oil from inheriiane- by !h" Uw* ofpri mo/r' tuttire, ?<Mi\? ? rvioe mi??t be aecured in i?:>me way, t? make a nhow of n<-ceeaity b?f >rc those who pay the c?f*n?e?<wn though poor, peaceful mid industrious nations should ix* made to an Her for it. and i vrn to pay * t n toward* it* e*i*tence, at t!?e canntn'a mouth. The electoral law of France hi* pwwed in the National Ars? mhly. The miin principle of th? m-aeure wna cairit d by a majority of over t wo hundrrd, while some of the articles seem to hurr given remarkable ac.tisfai t;on to a larger proportion of tha AfM mbly. It has been the woot of th<>*e who l.i-.ik ci.lv at the nrfxce, toaup;*><?ethit thi* rirtailtncn1 of the rrivinnl uui venial it y ol the fr-inchine i* a virtual alu.U<ment ?f the rights of the people. We have no! aodcrm< lit. It i> a cor <wviti\e measure; anl, ofli* r thing* lxinir equal and with* 1 oat m- maty, its t- r -icy will l>e to fortify thr repuMican constitution. We must really undcrat md the true |?csition of peoj '< in France, before we can emmate the neceaalty of limiting the elective power. This fnea?ure only restricts the law-mnkit.ii energy of ihe natii ? to tho.*e who have aa inj tr r. *t in the true government of the nation. France | in now eminently republican? almoat too much ?o f?>r the taste end h ?bite of tho-*e who have b*rn Mirtntvd under th* swuy of rovalty. An officer of t).r N.ili< nnl (ia?nt, t?vd?jr, i? a nor* i;n,?ortmt |?; oaacr than the proudent dnk^of ?h" *>1?1 rtjwte. Ilr mto th' withonl Bifing to th? fcohlr, m ith FffC' h roiiitrpy, opt? r^tt. i? the AMiMiion between the Paria of ihf republic and the l'utia of royalty. E*eryl?odj in Kranc* know* iliif?ttrry cnf fwln il. Th' oM, litltd fRiiijlir", fllrd wuh kop< # for the murinlioa of a throne, taxf rlutehed and cltntf to th-ir wealth, tr?^r to t ?sr.. r at il?? fi-4 i i uualMB ct u; fuither di?i*ter. Vow they may feel safe, and watch the progr? M of events till the year 18S2, at which time we may eipcct to know the political retullt of the electoral law. It te not the policy of Fraace to drive away its wealth; and the pa?auge of a law bo vWnMM and coneervative, will re store tranquillity to the old families. They will fear no longer the inurmurings of the Mountain, and grow no longer pale in the presence of the rowgM. The pi, w er of Gen. Changnrnier is their fortress, and bdiind it they will be willing to abide, till events rip?? into the prospect of some great change?not very likely to happen, and yet not unexpected by those persona whose desires are the fathers of their hopes. From all that we can gather, the tendency of the people, for mere political intrigue's sake, to make a cause for a new government, out of the proposition to abridge the universality of the franchise, has failed, not merely from their headlong strength being inefficient, but from the positive preference of the majority for something like the order of government. A wild and nomadic class of people, having no interest in quiet, and in the steady progress of labor, should never be entrusted with any portion of that power to which enlightened freemen are entitled. There are always enough in society who are careless of the elective franchise, without seeking to add to their numbers from the idle, wandering, dissolute, and disorderly, whose only home is the spot of their immediate inclinations, and who never contribute a farthing either to individual or national prosperity. To cut them off is to enlarge the sum of virtuous liberty, and to protect them from the outrages which their u?u iKiiurHncr wouni iniuci upon mcinseives. Slaves to their own follies, whims, caprices, and idleness, the State is always right in being the guardian of their destiny. This is the reason and the law of the social compact, and cannot be destroyed by sophistry or political cunaing. With these views, we hop# the best for the destiny of the French republit. General Lopez in tue Soittii?sixortar Dbtki> orzMtNT or American Sentiment.?The singular reception which Lopez has received in the Southern cities, and particularly during his recent arrest and examination in New Orleans, presents some important facts, developing the condition of public feclirg in that region of the Union, which ought to be dwelt upon with great care and much philosophy, by all diplomatic characters, as well as by foreign and domestic governments. Instead of being received as an outcast, a wanderer, a pirate, a defeated adventurer, he has been treated by the populace as if he were a hero of the first water, and actuated by the purebt sentiments and most honest purposes which could animate a human being. It is even probable that the effort made in New Orleans, to bring him under the jurisdiction of the laws of the United States, for his palpable violation of them, in hi* fn^difmn to fnKa will Vw? *?ntir*Iv nvprmli^ and set aside, not only by the sympathy of public opinion, but by the very negligence and secret feelings of the public officers under the government of the United States in that region. One of the nioit singular facts, in connection with public feeling in New Orleans and the South, is the circumstance that the public officers in whose charge were entrusted the arms and munitions of the government, actually distributed them privately and secretly to those adventurers, before leaving New Orleans. This, and other circumstances, clearly show, that however wrong or illegnl, or however-somuch in opposition to the policy of this republic, or the disposition of the present government it may be, there is a strong and powerful feeling in favor of a revolution in the inland of Cuba, and an ardent desire for the acquisition of that rich gem of the ocean, and its annexation to the United States, in eome shupe or another. No matter how erroneous this feeling may be, or how fulse its basis, it exists throughout the Southern cities, and, to a very great extent, in the Western States. That feeling, to a small degree, exists also in the Northern cities, and among the Northern people. It has nlumbered for many a year past, but has been awakened into action under Lopez by the success of the Mexican war, and will yet break out in acme terrible olmpe, in violation of all law* i and all treaties; and the United States government, as well as those of Lngland and Spain, may prepare j for such a result. l>unng the recent invasion of Cuba, with the cxiMing state of public feeling at the South, we are perfectly satisfied that nithing but the strong position, and conlirnwd popularity and determination of Gen. Taylor, could have accomplished what has been done, in regard to the efforts made to prevent the invasion. We are persuaded fiom the revelations that are nviking of the conduct of the public officers in New Orleans towards the expedition, that the cabinet at Washington mere a party to it, and were secretly in favor of the attempt of Lopez to a certain extent. Nothing, therefore, but the ? rigid integrity, honesty, and determination of the President, prevented thit expedition fromacouinnff grcntrr strength than it did, or made thr cabinet i purtue the independent courae which it wa? com- | l*ll< d to udopt. Hut tin* future ia thr moat dan* j gerous ground to lock at. According to the last accounts from Europe, it eeems that very violent debutes huve taken place in the British Parliament, in tt ference to the expedition to Cuba; anJ aa aoon | as thoae debatra are published in the journal* throughout the continent, we have no doubt that I thr vriy fart of the Hrititdi Parliament denouncing it, will give popularity to everything connected with it cmoi g the American people. The blunder*, incnpacity, and almost cowardice of Lope/., and many I of hia useociates, may paM aw?y from the remembrance of the prrsent generation?but the id'* which hn> eziati-d for some years past among the people J i f this country, and which still eii?ts, of driving all , European powera from the islands in4 other }>o?- ' session* on thia continent, north and aouth, will j gain strrrgth by years, and will increase in force j i siid t y any attempts of the British j l'.nli iment, or any other govrrnineat ia Europe, to | put it down. With such a view of the future come of public feeling on this continent, in connection with Cuba and th?? rest of the Weal Indie*, we think it will be *isc for the Spinifh govrnment, the Br?ti^h government, und the Amrricao govrmmont, to open very high and important negotiation* for thi* srttK mrnt and disposition of those important questions r< l.itivr to the fate of Cuba, in. I the rest i f flu* Wi i ! TrAt mm i ?%%' |mv*?;,h rrrmus ditfirultiea hereafter, and baaed on the unalterable t^ndenciee of the opinion of the American people, who bow number twrnty-fi*e million*, and who will, in a f?w ye?r?, become the tmns'ni nation in either thr old or ihe n*w World. It would b? b. iter, tit-wing nil those matrer*, influences, and po;ul?r impose*, an they n?w exiat, for lJngUnd and K| ain to unite and di<po-?* of llie whole of their Wert India po*?caaion? at oace to the Americit cottnimiitt in auch a w * V'Jl'i h? ti. factory to all the partk-a coBo'Hari. If thia jx.lity should not be adopted in t me, ? few jean a ill settle the question in another w.i/. P*wrrwr? or Pan-rot. Btu., aua* Wimjah II. Wam I nTna?AiTiMfT ro A.*?A?v?iat? rm SrAtK A if tm y ? We publi-h on the first page of thia day's Itnatd two very lnt?r?atinf letters from Ver tiumt, graphically depicting thf tragic unlhlo vly ft rnr whit h attrndrd thr arntt-nrr of Duxtol Bill, ar.d Christian Mradowa, who were recently found fti ilty in Panville, in that Ftutr, of rouotr rfriiing After U'li'g prnlrD:rii to Irn jrrurj in thf Sutf Prison, HriMol Hill, it apprar", a?dr a apring upon thf St?tr A'tcrnrf, al'hoiigh he w^i toward, and infitctrd a dreadful, if not a mortal gaali, in the neck of that officer. The wene *?i exciting in thr higheat degree, anl rare* Bill a rrtidenee in the ?ute l'naon during hi* natural lifr, to my thi- l?a(l. Jaai??1 J'Wfjn w?? maritnr?<1 at Cntnerfm. 1 T on t*? llih tn?? t y l?n r''-n t*ai?a M'.IUrxn an t Jfi-o( i t Itkoitr* on th? r?llr??'l Th? I #ft?latur? cM'oantMiaat tdjotnul ?? <( . U? 2M iaataat wllxj* aid Fommt? Lmu BDoa*a?rwm.? We have already stated, ameng our taw intelligence. that Mr. Willi* has commenced legal proceedings against Mr. Forrest, for the a*saalt committed by the latter on the former, in Washington Square, on Monday last, in which the dam igec arc set down at ten thousand dollars, or some other ut'iniiibi sum uciwcea inai and a million. noma intimations were held out from some quarters, based principally on the remarks of Mr. Willis before the police, that a dael might grow out of the affair, or at least a journey to Canada, for soaae such belligerent purpose. We perceive, however, that the fashion has changed within the last twenty years, very considerably, ia New York, and that men of fathion do not now think of fighting with pistols when they can make war against each other with

pettifoggers. Well, it is perhaps as good a course ! to take as any other. As far as Mr. Forrest is concerned, we believe he received the intimations of such a suit being commenced against him, with feelings of great delighl and bitibfuction. On the trial, the unfortunate artist will have an opportunity of bringing forward all the evidence in reference to the unhappy difficulties which caused him to proceed to the extremity which he did in Washington Square?an extremity which we by no means justify?which was contrary to law, and cannot be approved of, whatever may be ita terrible aggravation, or the agonizing feeling which caused him to adopt such a course. Indeed, this affair between Forrest and ths toterit of male dandies who were around Mrs. Forrest while he was en professional journeys, will be brought forward, und the whole evidence given to the world, from ths beginning to Ae end?from alpha to omega. Only . an/? o cm.11 ..< . i... ?- i yet appeared in the public journals?that which was given to the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Sine* that time, new, stronger, more powerful, more startling evidence, of a remarkable character, his voluntary come forth and been furnished to Mr. Forrest, with additional facts, which will, when placed before this or any other community, tend to et the matter in a most important light relative to him as an injured man, and the fashionable scoundrels who trespassed on his grounds, his home, and his house, during his periods of absence. This is, indeed, a lamentable and melancholy affair. We mean Rot t* say a single word calculated to do injustice to any one. We have seen much, and read much, and heard much, and we have reason to believe that some of the most astounding revelations will yet come on this community, like a thunder clap, for which few will be prepared, and which few will be able to resist. The spoilers of Edwin Forrest's happiness have been a clique of personages who ought to be scouted, cut, denounced, and turned out of all decent society in a Christian and moral community. We have nad too much of these foreign immoralities, under the name ot fashion, introduced into our simple social system on th-s continent, and it is time ter an independent and moral public opinion, sustained by the press, to take ground against any further introduction of fashionable, political, or philosophical socialism, from any part of tha Old World. I hi rorr, and or ctatk Affairs at Iloire.?I he other day the Right Rev. Bishop Hughes of New Yoik, who cannot refrain from mixing in politics for three or four weeks together, nnd who always finds time, amid the discharge of his religious and other multifarious duties, to supply some journal or other with an occasional flourish from his pen, displayed the extraordinary fertility of his genius in an original article, under theTiead of the " American and English Press and the Roman Government," which in length occupied one of the mammoth columns of a journal in Wall street; and which he seems to have regarded as a production either too important or too insignificant to be inserted in his own small organ, Tfc? Prtemam' Journal. The fundamental idea which pervades the numerous paragraphs of this elaborate composition, is the injustice of thfe English and American press, in eternully holding forth the Pope and his Cardinals as objects of ridicule, raillery and vituperation. In demonstation of the partiality of the press, his lordship reads a truthful and well dirscted lesson to modern journalists in general, although his reasoning, in mauy instances, is unsatisfactory. The argument, that the equally prosperous condition of the Roman people on an average with other nations, in point of an abundance of food and clothing, should be regarded by the press as a rea son for mitigating their censure and denunciation of the pontifical government, is weak, deficient, and not strictly conclusive. It is not destitution nor the insufficient supply of the necessaries of life, which makes a nation the frequent subject of pub' lie criticism and discussion. It is its political condition?its periods of excitement, of fermentation and aommoiion?its governmental vicissitudes and reforms?and pray, what nation has of late witnessed within such a brief space of time such convulsions as Ihe Roman!?what government h.is undergone such vicissitudes, such subversions as the lloinanl?and what people have given evidence of more dissatisfaction lliun the Roman 1 and wo regret having to atltl, that, so fur as regards the present, the meditated flight of the Pope for a second tiin** speaks hut little in fuvor of the peace and tranquility which ia said to prevail in the city of Rome. The uniform tenor of the Biahi^'s arguments in indication of the Roman government, is also | characterized by a degree of weakness and manifest contusion. In the outset he alludes to the admirable qualities of the present Pope ; but it is not the person of Pius IX. we complain of. His purity of morals, his humanity of feelinj, and his beneficence of intention are universally admitted. It is his government? the mixed condition of his gov- j ernment-thnt his people and the liberal press of Europe and America complain of. It is the combi- J nation cfthecitil, military, and ecclesiastical au- ' thority in one body, that forms the topic of such , frequent and general di.cussi >n among journalitts . end j'oliticians. We should wi.-h the Pope to look j buck to the times when Christianity was in the i plenitude of its purity?when St. Pet?r, the apostle, 1 and hi* immediate successors, fur * period of nearly four centimes, enjoyed neither military nor civil jurisdiction, but solely confined themselves to their own authority in religious afUira. It waa only after ihe fall of the Western Rom in Empire, whrn C< nstantine the Great removed the seat of government from Home to Constantinople, tint the pnpea acquired ihe Roman territories, an I united the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the head of the church with that of a secular aovereign. The fact that the cutting pontifuml government hna subsisted for wme fourteen hundred year*, Is ho sufficient reason that it should still be conform tblt to the characteristics of the present age ; an.I we nra perfectly convinced that the time ia fist approaching, when the l'ope and hia cardinal* will he compelled nttnm rci<r?, to divest tht mielresof all civil and military authority. The whole string of arguments, in fact, which Bishop Hughes advances ind?f~nceof the Pope and in support of his government, seems to us unworthy of the exalted position of his holin'M. Artealiiff indirectly to the feeln?*? and a? nti mentality of the public, they place l?e p.?nti<T in a pitiable condition. Hi* lord-hip should hoe aaMtiied a loftier Mand, nn<l hn?fd hts ratiocinations on bolder ground*. lie hhould hive entered nn a philosophical e*po*iiion of the catie*>? uid cirrumManni which have o;nanloiied the (hfTic-iltie* and embarrassments of the Fl?pe, ami Which h ?ve given ri^e to m much c? name and di.-<cu*<tion in the lield of journalism, itud then by hnve *<><ight to establitli a vindication ol the papal policy upon hiet> rk-al grounds, frince hi* lordrhifr his not found it convenient to give an explanation of those diffitnliiei which have thrown the political atnn'fpheie of Italy into it* pt^ent state of ineitric?b!e perturWion, we will endeavor to undertake th* task, hot want of ajwce render* the postponem?nt of it* public* tion inevitable In the ni< nn time, we only wi*h, that the cabinet of the I'opc wotib.' take cognizance of the laudable exertions of his kHtMp in their behalf; and if thay should happen to have a red hat, no matter how oM unit rtirty. and r H gown, no m titer how old and threadbare, if it is 01. ly r?d? for God's sak# prnn inrm to n ?w tot*, una fiivr 11* n i itmin?i lItiyhr*, wiih full pnwrr over nil 'he Ueboiw nn4 ptietl* o( tb? republic. luvtDto. | FIFTEEN DATS LATER I FROM CALIFORNIA. AiaiTii or TUB ITIAMSIIP CKE8CEVT CITY. GREAT oonFLAaiAnoai AT SAN FRAMCISCO. 8E1I0CS TKOLULBS WITI THE DVII11S. BL00D7 TRAGEDY! GOLD STXLXi ABUlfDAJNTT. Intelligence from the Sandwich Islands, Oregon, JCc., de?., fee. The United State* mall iteamcr Crescent City, Capt. Stoddard, arrived this morning about 1 o'clock. She bring* fifteen day* later news from California. The C. C. arrived out at Chagres In eight and a h?l' I da; from New York, and lelt Chagres early on the , morning of the 14th in?t., arrived at her dock in King- j ton at 6 P. II., on tha 16th, two and a half daya, and 1 left Klngstan on the 17th. at ft)% P. M.t arriving at Quarantine at about on* o'clock this morning. The C. C. bring* (260,000 In gold dust In the hand* of the passengers. The following is a list of the passengers by the Creaeent City:? List of Pmiiniii per Crisci*t Citt. From Chaoses to Nrw Yon* ?Geo Van Dorn. lady, child and servant. 9 1) Hart. A B Miller, Jamrn Miller. II Bingham. Dr Valk. Dr Chichester, Charles Yalk. W 8 Smith. C II Plympton, John Speed. J B 8wa*?y. A M K ! Dow. Manuel Fenollosa, J 0 Brown, J A Whit lock. F j < fT r ] A Bowman, John Smith. M B Eshy. J K Itloodgood, Jesse Young. Charles Young. W Dobbins. John Burke. J Simpson. F A Knapp. K Taylor. John C Lord, John J Hose, Thos Urn. II N Perry W II Taylor W Burns. C W floxte. S Cutler, 8 K Parker, Charles Simmona. K Mickle. Mr. Dicklcson, T Hatfield. Wm Katon. WL Fountain. W Hatfleld. J Turk. Ueo Rice. Geo U Graves. John E Hardy. T P Parks, James Trlppe. J Miller, J P Forsyth, Moses Leonard. Geo Johnston. W Cheahuns. O 1 baser, E Stevena, W Rice. W Eaton. D Eaton, Clias Dresser, E Lewis, F U?wues, 9 D Brook, Geo Mather, J Be*in, K Pet tingsle, Thus Hitters, 9 Whitloek, Moses Curtis, R A and F Harris. F B Tuby, D Conklin, Stephen Saunders, F B Squires, W Runnels, J t, Newbury, Mr Livermore, M R Parker, J P Jakes. I'eter Atherton, J H Plate, Tbe? Wn.dbesd, A 9 Pitched. J B Rice. K Palmer, J 3 Sparks, John G 8|>arks, Silas Wilson, Wm Cos, II (>?r<Uer, Cuesier Clark, R 11 Goddard. P Chamberlain. S H Judkias. II l'latt, J ttwectinan. N Calhona, J I (ireen. J ltr rkalt, 1 Chat Wilaoo, Rebt Claik, Ueary 11 Proalon, John Qleaauii. Total, 117. kiMGHTOii, J*.?Dr. Burott, W P Dunham, A Ro?l.ur<h knd three children. Mi?i Ri'iVurgh, and M King, filer ?.?aoa, J Candler and wife, Mine llyl toru, Thu? t. allan. (1 Cuff, A M Tourtalin. A l.indo, K Turnlull, K I'pham. C Thomaa, A DIM Tata, ladv, three children and ereaat, J. > h u Addison and two children, t'edro Sjlva. S galata, F ami boy, of Clia*re?: J Trrnhull, J I, Ripley, Ceo Spenoe, J Donegne. Total, iS. Total number of pa?aei)i(eri. 156. Khom CHii.ma to Kinubtoii.?Lady Hhry Stewart Wortley. daughter and two maid*, J II Uiley and J ; Lansingburgh?0. The steamer Icthmud arrived at Panama on the lGth ' inst. .having left San Francisco on the IKth of Mar She brought the mall. $300,000 In gold dust, and one handled and thirty-four passengers. The steamer New World arrived at Panama on the 7th inst., and was to leave aoon for Ban Francisco. The steamer Panama was repairing at Panamv At Cbsgres, tbcro were conatant heavy rain*, accom- j panled with thunder and lightning. The Chagres river waa high and rapid. The health of Chagrep and Panama was good. Another moat destructive Are occurred in San Fran, clrco, on the morning of the 4th ot May, wbleb reduced fall one-third of the city to ashes. The lo.<? is Is set : down at f>600 000. It is thought te be the work of an 1 incendiary. A reward of f&.OOO has been offered for his apprehension. Great Fire In Kan FranrlMO. [From the Pacific Newsot May Ilth ] On Baturday morning. 4th init . the wholn poonla tlon of the city were aroaseJ by the ery of Are. The United States on Portsmouth Square, was on Ore. and t y lh? time people were out of bed and in the streets, I the (lames bed op reed to the adjoining building* on eltH>r?ide There *u but lltUa sir etlrring jet. frem 1 the extremely combustible nature of ttie balidlnga, the ftre rpread to the K1 Dorado en one tide, and Delmonlco'a on the other, before people had time to collect their scattered leniN. Strong efforts were rnada here to prevent farther reTages. but In rain. The Verandah. opposite the Kl Dorado, was soon wrapt in flame*. tb< ure spreading along Kearney and Washington streets At the same time the Ore was spreading with equal force down Clay street, house after house failing alm<>at as soon as the flames touched It, till flnallv every building but two in the entire block lying between Clay and Washington, and Kaarny to Montgomery street were destroyed. In the meantime destruction equally as great and rapid was going on along K?arny and that portion of Washington strut opposite the square Klndlng that the only mithod of staying the destroying element in that dir. etion was In taking away Ita food, every I house on I'npont street, (rum Washington to Jaokson. I was torn donn. On the blu?k, not a single building la left standing. The block below this, toward the Bay fared but llttl? better, f even houaea only are left on it. Thus it wMl be seen tint the very heart of dsn Prancisso la *burut out Upon the three asveral blocks mentioned, tut bine buildings are left standing The amount ol property destroyed belonging to the uiucrrufc nriua aua mumauaia niira, In a in-tj^rlty of itittuncrc, bi'cu obtained trout tha MtMmIi irltw, toil, wbert tbla wia Inipoxatblf. aiu b am'iin'a ! arc ftati il a* thoaa knowing the indlrlduala and tlialr bualnaaa a fair aatlmata. Wu b?gln with . thoa* on liaarny *tr**t B J. Reynold* ??i>oral merchant HftOOOO Aldrirh J L kleCulluugb, billiard and drinking aaloon. J. 1' K< 3 u< Ida k Co. gmt ral merchant*. fU OOo Coop- ' tr k Co II V. clothing and fancy atore. J3O.000 I>>? k Co. Auatinnaer*. fS 000 Jack on k Mnrlay, ;alnt*. oil*. ko fiiit00 Magulra k Co Patki f Hone* fiO.OfcO. Mill* k Co . I' h->i I a Kiabanre. IWjWO. Do Boom k Co. I'niud (Mm, ( It<>< kitarark lluckky, Kcnplra tioua* Hoika) Ka??lf? k Co . Jrvtllm. fl.h.tt. H vlk'tid k Himl*.o? Krar- 1 n- y t Clay. Inalutllng the ttrlanglro, <> rkl"rd. and other building* $l'JWOOO. W B Cook* k Co., book at, I y> rlodlral alar*, V-UOO. Klakl V MeKanbr. >! U Ami;' * i. K< ndail, tenant* i f Sutler Restaurant. I'.W.O. lYirh) uiacber. owner of tba Mi'fr building. !*<<<?. K. Wataltr, Unlverae Restaurant ami Vsulm. lloi.ary 910.000 Mra 8ilby, M.MO. K I) Hearth, Iota unknown Rarh k Co . JloO .'unnQ k Co . f 1 uuu. Kilaiy fuiilh k llialey, boot and *ho. atore. }fl u *). Valuer, Ci ok & Co nugbtUall. Viraailik,Ooloiaa>la, W aihti (.'ton llall k? . with otk< r buildinga In Clay, atrnt. f ISO "00. Cl.ambera If aCaba k JoUuaon, Kl Dorado. >14UiO. wiumoTa!) arar.it. Farl. Mclutc>h k Co . dealera la provlaion*. MS 000. Ctrl. 1? - Co jT.uo. lio.li uhrim k Abartf. clothing ir tIMU. llaatlBjt* k Co . fancy ator?. fBOlW Still k Tluuaai. l?>ok and peaiodleal ai'-ra. fl '.MO llareaf? uath. M> <<.<> Neall and fniiley. dealera la hardware. (VOOI'i C B<* t ry !i Co . St t liarl*-* Hotel, $|<MHI0 |iln d Ilal< y Hi u>r. f4tmOQ Roeak Co.. il?ila Union, ll'VKA. Alia Caiiloi nta taavapei-er < > t*i>lleuin*nt lo?a nnl.uowp I robkbly D"t l?aa I', m -I.. i I i :..rni i KeMnurant f 6 too fromthi* point to Imp.nt ptr.?t, (iiainaa ot aufT< r> ra not kn< wn.) the l>>aa o4 pr p-rty moat ice d ?ito 1100 I'lai ka in k Co . lav?aaof >V ri?ht Hall, t It '.'X'? rio-n Brrttora. ol \\'aaliini.-ton at r.-<-t l'larr. ItO.UVO. Muilir k lli-ili-ma. pr |>rt?lora ot \ap< |i mi Hiataorant. H.0O0 dollar* ft'. B duy ltni. i 2 M U '1 'I'm* M Pclil'??. 3i?w Joila* Kiaue- * Co . ffi (40; J * A Ro-enbaum. JI <M), lli?enoauai ft ribaier. (a*. J MeCoaan ft.{mi. L. A. Mart at Co . fUKO; Hold 1MB A. Co.?l 00. J Jar..b< * Co, flOtU; Jacob* It lie**, flOlXM. King k Co ; V'*'. II*I < * k 1 ' > Myjmt Hrju. vr. t>.i', < **?al ilieliim nt. fT.UXi; Mr Out *?rl. ly and fai cy ior? IkM: f l< IMMI r??'?>. 1< jnt<?r Jk c.bba, | tin rrlmDt*. tiiMM), the bull iliig? > n< 1 ty K. K l?nnt ?r MH?|, no lo*? to bouhn'i lltuk, Cra?**f>u*tii, tiltOQ; T I'KKf >1.000; I' m ty. f I Aoo, White, (I.imm, II Uaylord. fiixiO; M-'lltia ll?rii'|( & Co . nirrrliiau, M0 to flOMiO: lir* Barton" 4 Hartone, ft l> Ai.ny. f' *?, M" r*. ft tIt* Orm of Moor*. Foijer ,V lllll. f 40, I IMi liniof Ihr lit in bat tmall: A *. I ?l>ia*. >8 t?J0 to Ho. 'ty, Mr. lianter. Natloual TkrMn. Gomw, J. Ili?pln* proprietor r-t the dining 4*ytitnrtl of tbe ' Half j IIomm. loat hi* entire capital, Mr K-.??, boohk ' |.< r p| >|r 11 If.-* in* lo-t a large am "Hit o| pr< p-rIj in kiwy ?lrnt. f K I'ag. fi . < (); IU;m <?il k Lettar, retauraat. f .i Aow; Dmny * calrio, painle. *, about $7,(100. MoHTuonrat imtBT. IVm Ccrnrll Jewel t turtli n an I r>mral??lon. |f> 000 R?l.n?tt k liallork. Dirrrbiutln fcAi.inM. II .1 >?* If*, banker. M<> '*'0 W anl It Co . raaimlarioa nmrrl niit*. f >0 C00 In Wat( ? Court were *<>in? illt*fk ittie*. otcuplrd bjr Talli n* per.xm* ralueJ at atN ut ftu.0. berfUr* the lo**el of th.' individual* th.-in- l?i-? W i II* ft (.nwer, anrtlon and tnaimle?ina nir reliant*. |kV.Uit, llarrl* fc I'anton. drugftt*!*. ?J" mW Lflloy. * |ki .100 Many per*oa? bavins olBc. * In tb? building ' ?nid by Uil* nentbman *uflered, t" what rtteat we know not lln-rlin Ik Maleher. $IJn"<J. .M-reliauta' ll Kxc&angr HW. icnmuia ?1!M? CliT HTIICtT. n??k?. r?rk*r fc Co . flO.WO. rtll? * Til.l?n. fora ini'fii ii ui? rrli?nt?. fS.MO; M I IJIMt n * Urrrj. nan UdRim *rd eommlwto? ??reh*i>u. MiUW; Vandyke k B'lil'B. ?ctlnor?M and r >iiin>lMion in?rnh?at?, * ?I?K*i ft?rr * tr??#. r*?ta?r*i>t pr<>|.iI-tor. kilMtrd drlt.kln* MU>< n ?fc W?; J L Hi.ld,* k Oo , P ?iirltnn??r? n<l e<ira*il??ton arrrhantr fl.VtuO; Ha>-k??. Mellatiy k llarrW?#. etj<-tlnn< rrs and f >miaU?loa |, Di> rrhnnl". M.MU, Pollard k ?'?> . auctioneer* and ^ *? niiiii??l<>n murhante fl.SHiO, Do H-">m k ll? , m"frhaiit* ?ku Ui#, Brock. WHO, A LKu?<min dry em d?. Mack i Oibori i furniture itore, Orni, Il. W. n k Co building. Hrrtrand ? Jawnaiif (." ??..??<# rfllrr. )<> net kn.wn Ok tbil Nrt^l II were *?*rcu? U* odrrt, untuning eiWuajraaud 11 1 _.4, i ?ln?Me lihrerl**. We are ?ut swire to whftt ttlwV property of (U( kind wm dxlrajtl. itctlOH tTBBBT. V vtf-rro fc Co. $6,000; ploola. ?It.000; Lagvele* k Horde*. T?rWty store. **0,600, CrMthtr k Mrutt, Ohio Boiw. $3 000. There are quit* * number of othef loMt'i by the lire, but we hftve not uee??4?dla nt the paitlei. dcpobt rrtirr. ? ? ,oui ?i aiuiiju mm. )n.gw?iklf building. ? alio several other* street, war* torn down to stay the further pMprwa* of Mm In. Mr Expert (6 000; Zunlia. f'J.&M; Hall. tour building*. (10,100; Doderao, $6,000, the leasee of tba fiipott Hotel, about (2 000. The above 1* by no mean* a full record of thoaa who bate reason to remember Saturday laat. aa a day of gloom and dimeter Not loan than from two hundred to two hundred and fitly houses wara burnt, and M wa heard remarked, mora property destroyed than could be lu uny other city In the world within an equal tpttca. lu addition to the abave, we tnrtber add to the llat : Messrs Clittpman & B?py. Wathingtou l'laee $10000; Lathrop S Eddy, Ksn , Clay (treat, ln*a af library. ??., (1M'?- Profeeswr t. 0 Ileeger. Washington, $1006?A. J. McCarty. Kuiplre House. (1000?A oat In 4 Do. Jnekson street. (4o00?Worthlngton, lluala % Banting Montgt mery street, (20 000. Bloody Dotnga on the lorth Fork. About two weeks ago. a party of Indiana aUM Stealthily upon a few miners who ware sleeping after their work ?a* over, in their tents, on tha North Fork, some twi uty miles above Auburn, lleforo the Indian* {are any wurnlug to the whites of their preaanae. they l!i<d two. wounded another, and then succeeded la making tlielr escape. On Friday of last week, a trader, who wss traveiyu? with his team, was surronnded by Indians, when about fifteen mill s above Auburn. The arrows from their bows took effect on his par fnn. and he only saved his life by a preoipitons flight. Tl.e> curried off hi* coat, which he left on his waggon, with (t'lfm dollars worthofdust In the pocket. They also robbed hip wagon of tha valuable goods it eontalned, and killed several of his Oxen. The accounts of the** outrages snreud raitidlv: and on Saturday ? ?? ? pauy ot about twenty men, part of whom were mounted on horaea. started trom Auburn and Kelly'* Bar, in pursuit of the Indian* They found them enaamped In a valley. near Illiuoia town, about a mil* and a half from the North Fork aud somo twenty miiea abov* Aul-urn. It wait thought the Indiana were a hundred strong They were armed with bow* and arrows. Mid bad unc gun The whiter immediately fired upon th-m, when upon they ran. scattering in all direction*. After thia the whiten were occaaionaliy ehnt at by the Indian*. amiill piirtle* of whom were found hera and ther* iu anbuah. from which they were driven a* often a* discovert d. Two of the whitea were wounded with arrow* but not fatally. The losa of the Indiana could not be ascertained. Twenty-five dead bodiea wera found, and It ia supposed they concealed and carried off other* of their dead. Among their dead were found a woman and child. The patty returned to Aabum. having with them avveral acalpa. which wen exhibit.'A in that place in the early part of thia week. It 1* believed by many or the minera that whit* men are among the Indiana, ineiting them to hoatilltiea. It i* pretty certain that a German doctor hat been leading them on in anmeof their attacks. A meeting wa* held at Auburn. la*t Monday evening to rai-e a company of volunteera, for the purpose of tcouring the country and making war upon tne Indian*. wherever found, ao long aa they naintaia a hostile position. Dome |1 J or 20 enrolled their names. [From the Pacifln News, May lft.] The diatrlct of our city which was burnt down about ten daya af,o. ia already partially built up. Many r?caneie* are yet untouched; but a few day* ouly will eWpre until bualneaa I* resumed through that portion of the city On ye*terday. we aaw several store* filling with goodst on their former aitea The new board of city officer* elected under th? charter have commenced their labor*. A determination ia manifested. ao far aa action on their part can sr. ?? ..v,i?* * - i.k ? ii - J-V.. .U D'T'JWrj *iep* ?o prevent a recurrence of *uch a fearful calamity as has visited u* twice within five month*. The eltisens, too. are not x|l backward in giving their hearty assent to the ret of measure* propo*ed The main feature ol these measures i* the e?teblir-hment, in all psrts T the r'ty. of tank*, cistern* and Artesian well*, sufficient to afford an abundant supply of water in lata of lire. In a<idition to these facilities to be afforded at the expense of the city, the Engineer of the fire Department recommend* that all persHns owning buildibtf' be required. but public ordinance, to eonstruckrli-trrn* on the premises sufficient to protect the balldii'K. There. tojr. lber with ao increased namber of en* irti es. are tbeuicbt to furnUh pretty certain safeguard* against any exteueive fire*. 1 he reports from the mining portion* of the country . both north rnd south continue to be of the sort favorable t>ature. The general state of health at thaplarrrrt I? air* Rood. The cilice a* ef Sacramento City are taking aewarM to protect their towa from future overflow, by eon-structlng a levee. It 1* done at tha expense of tha city H'? bar* date* from tha Sandw'eh Island* as lata a* April 13 On th? 10th of the same month the legislature tpeced its session*. The king'* speeeh i* a fair prodaction. making several Important recommendations Among it.ru> a savings' bank, with proper regalatirns the removal of unnecessary legal Impediments to the Intermarriage of native* and respeetabl* foreign* r? ? a project for a criminal coda?th* founding of schools and hospitals, ko. Tha aoanaarca at the Islands is steadily Increasing Our la?t dates from Oregon are to the 18th of April. The j.Mmp. < ts for crops were fine further explorations of the South I'ass show its practicability and superiority to the North entrance to the Columbia Hirer. Indian difficulties are apprehended. Commercial and financial AflklN. Tntii tbe disastrous fire of the 4th instant, business Improved rabidly Purchasers from the surrounding eountrj were buying to a considerable extent, and ttaple marketable articles found ready *ale. Flour had advanced In price, and remained firm with aa upward tendency. Money we* declining frona previous hi^h rates of Interest, and loans offer 4, where s< curitle* were undoubted, as law aa lix per cent per month. Tha lumbar market ess almost entirely inactive, trade *a!?* rare, and fsro>,l ul.. ?.,p .f fc-l-Li ?K- ? .. .., ... <11117 u*DMtriiull it m-limit Thi* cargo of tba Suua I>rew. aold jaat fircTioiM totha fire. * * f r ^rd $40 per m. ii4 lUhoutli llie lutnb?r t?i partly ol Improved kind*. uJ tou[>r1?ed mo hruee*. the aaie* ??< gi narally wuIIhi! in *dmnee upon preelou* rate* lb* ocruirenra of the lira completely anwndMt |.u*intr* ipiratinn* lor one Jar. and partially attacked thi b> t< r two or three day* ?ut<(>equently. and during ho whole fl'.netiig week with mine exception* It* d?preiaii g iullu* nee upon the market ring ba?inea* aaat< r? ha* l*-< it apparent. Holder* ?( money ininatillaU* y claimed advanced rate* of Internal; bolder* of real *t*te In bt!i>ln? ** location* advanc?d rent* and valoaInn; price* i f lumber from th* yard* advanced 100 per -> lit *ii<I < f In irk* and *nme otllir building materials about tlie *nme proportion Thi *e arivancea bin not all b?*n *n?talnad CaptlalUfr have lallcri ha> k from rate* if Interaet flr?k laiBird, the flre having curtailed many pportanlle? of Invetiuent upon necuritie* before ?onaid*r?4 mdunbUd. ADDITIONAL R?WI I Full detala of the news brought hy the Crescent 3ily will he given in oar Lvrnuig Kdition, j?ubtehed at one o'clock. City Intelligence. A -Ot>? ol the moft vi? lent atcrrna of rain w?' lave ? en for *one year*, occurred y* fterday adinoig, n thi*< tty About *la o'clock It coiniu-neadin thunder, ii il the ii' it fill la torr u?* for upward* of an hour, rie Mleiti were completely deluged. During tha itotia a Ii:tle boat containing a man and a boy, was JI I tie At I I III > I > < < ?? Tliey were b )t!i I1" lit k o k. the ?lmtn pi * d away and wa* flowed by a delightful evening The lightningaontinuixl o fl*?h in a ami gorgniu* and e'l'i'ioje manner f. ? he ? H'b tor aevetal bout* after the atorm *ub*ide.| hitlli rntr Fiaa iw (la**n Piarrr ?Teater lay Horning at half p??t threw o'clock, a Ore broke out ia he baei tin ut if Si.I Uraiid *treet. occupied by J. M. itodme L t'o a* a ury gaod* >t re The alarm bel?c |ivm ll'i tin men were In attendance, and ?*ed every letlliii to Mihdiie the devouring element, anil aUfMtelj Ihey ?ucce?d-d in arret ing the I .mea, 1 ut not I < lire a damage of fill tub wa* i .u?*d by Bra an4 ? ' ' . >i 1' .i ii* t!.. . iri fal'H iincm iriui sii i .! ;ir?j i"t nnuri w pt?r?? ?t rullro tnlongii.jj to t!?? proprietors of thi? < win. )> nn douht to ?>r?p<- in tb* f>afo?u>a. II* Iad <na r.rrntau* rtp. with No. a on lh* front. I>< ??? c< m<h.i>tvit bj Ju-iii ? 1?:r?,i-on. Mmitaut Pnmi ?Tb* Bon*y mwiniiiilfil kjr llit>ril Frrarb IomI". Col Thoii*" 11*1 n. Ailjt Urn Mr.Murr-y. and Opt Mn l'ipp#ll, > p ?.). i *. r H mil ?. hat: II >?<-I. >lttil. on > tatf. t rimiifiiin Tb?r* l? tn I* a dlnitC mil danrli / 1 h*y l?a?* In tta* ala* o'clock boat. Iiiim'i Jam- * llnrk* i>f I'I'.T TT?!1 PUct, illpprf I' ?n. tr?tn an i p.?l barn < bien r?r^l??lf bmtioiikf iMitilt or??rof? > t < rin* and Ch-ri j? ti.rt* M al.lrb araoliri I'l* ' < fr?'t"r?"l /i t | hint th? I>m II* ??* earrli 1 Int tli* offli** of Or. I? In n. w? i> attaint' <1. and hud !r a rrnt to tb* City lopi&l Tli* f?pUI? of tb* H??rrth ward p lica? il?i ??i? kl> ?it-?ili>n In p<Tiim, a>ij promptly ?np11* d lb* p)"T mitt r*r with a ? I?n B"?ni'i. III.! R a*r*? A in ?n < f g?>ti tf fl ?p;-?rmrf. a da; ( r two ago wrat to tb* l-^cdin* ho?*? it lartW*itr**t aadirr ih* pr?t?t,o* < ! utii( b??rd. U r I I ; >. > ' < I h, |. nljr I* ft. I *? ntf till. I li (1 I l> t III ?ntrh an t Clmln II' l? Mjoul 3 t high vlnat I'uilt. aHb gryjiair. and a bald ? put in tir t< | of lii? bead *' ' ' ?r Rirr II, t.? At half pa*t T i>l? i k a window mrtatn caugbt Or* la Kat* HaatlnM* " u? in Lronatd HMt. The flr* van i tiln(al*b*d by h* I'lice. I.?f.fi<4 I>r **r??nh.a Hitmi*i ?William f .'arman a nail* i'f fa*' ny ap*d 24 y*ara. *m dro?n?d on frl l*f *?i li-4 ia?t nt th?- f nt of l?th atr**t N R Ilia Mf >a? rtcttiiM Ti>*??rJay *rrainf. and an Inqitaat h*ln< Id. a ?irdirt afMdmaa*d by a?rld>at'' *v r*tnrn*>t. 1' rihtii 11 r ? A ilrad infant wa* found o? 9attird?9 i tb* fink of boar* lit Third a**bu? ri??i i lie r fm-tory In U'h n?*r 7tM ? '! >1- ...'mill fir? Vrtt?r.lm mfrnin* ?hn?t fl oel^cfc, H I <1 ?? fil-r^iiLhrd With ?'.ul tr-Cmu Um??* A?o- H K'f ti? ?? dlx-overrd "n ir.Uf ???nlnf it ( 1 r'.'V Iiilif t??r fifth* 1;*I I'rrrj ?treet re?? II i d hirh wr?pittnjruWhrft with trifling damag* by * II (.lift Bi*t? of the Ninth w*rd U *?tri t?Vi Rint-Ii car notlco of th? |1 Fmilerr*. tnatrad rf f>heU*n tend. WIW H n i b?t,d *? printed hy ml?Uk? II Frart Ctl*n4*iwT1i|i Day. I ll-frttti t n. ,T 11 Trt 1?4 19 Ml. 140 MO. 19^ - I ii4 :< ii* ut im, m, iaa, to, m, ui, \m .1 ? It IT# 490, IT* to 190l il

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