Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 25, 1850, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 25, 1850 Page 5
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^ W i I k y, l'iaiiix, on Tm-wl^jr, tlic lS(h of FrK^^^^Hlijr the Kp* I^wi? Thomson, Mr. ^^^^^^HPtchuni to 11 im Jo?r;>hine !Smith, uli of CI itClack m?? oniintr, on th* 3.1 of M trrh, bjr llir R^t. J. li Wili)ur. Mr. William J.J .s .?u to I %1... ? 1 I'. l - r. ..). ..I !. Th<* 1'nn'ern tire urult-r obligation- for a shirr of the mke, and wish them a hippy and lung lifs. May they M A? two aweet ftream* UlngilnF thrir I if- aad rurrrnt*. with ???h othvr flaw, Tbrlr tuuli have m< lied Into oaa ; lik* aa togrthar grow Two klndrad dreama ' By Rev. <i. O. Burnett, in the county of Yam Hill, on the l.r>lh of February, Mr. Alexander P Caldwell to Mias Sarah McKiuney, all of said county. By He?. Join McKinney. in the county of Yam Hill, on the liih of March, Mr. laaiah 0. Matheny to Mies Emrline Allen, both of Mid county. by Ha*. H. M Waller, in the county of Yam Hill, ob the 21st of March, Mr. William Caspar to Mia* Almira Bran*on, both of aaid cointy. By Kev. J. H. Wilbur, on the 27ih of \tarch, F. A. Chenoweth, to Mias E. \ Fiul<-y, both of i <_>regon Citv. By He*. S. M. Fackler, on the 27th of Mnrch, Mr. l?aae Newton Gilbert to Mias Muiat'.a Stanton. both of Marion county. The huppy pair were determined that the priatar should ahare in some way in their rejoicing, and accordingly accompanied the above notice with t lota of c?ke. May their live* be Ion#, and their mutual hap|>incM Increase with incrriring yeara. lit Yam Hill county, on the 11th of April, by the Kev. W 0. liurnett. Mr. Sebastian Brutsaer to Mi>s Mary Event, all of thij county. t>IKO. (>n the Jhh of April, at Islington, Clauop, after a abort illnean, Mra. Jeruaha B. Wert, wifa of A. <3. Wert, aged 30 years. ()iir aiater ha* gone to her rrat; hut ahe will Mill remembered n* an affectionate wife and mother by the l>erearrd family. Aa a neighbor and Christian, ah* waa highly reepec'ed, and a Urge oircla of acquaintance* will long remember her. Her greateat anxietv win about her ckildren, four of whom were M behind her. Ta her Mmm in h? r home iii tha States, we hare the melancholy pleasure of rtaiing, that her place m the family ?ircl* and aociety cannot eaail? be supplied ? -*'Hleaaed are the dead which dte in th" Lonl." 8. Iowa, Cincinnati and York pay re, pleaa* <npy. In Oregon eity, John H Irlfrr*. eon of Joaeph aad (%rnh Jefler*, of inflammation ofth* lunja, on the IJhh dar of February, W50, aged 19 year*, M moniha and 28 dayi. Bat a abort time before lm MMM he reflected that hia aa#ociat*i might t?e called, with whom he converaed upon the importance of aa immediate preparation for death and eterni'y, telling * all preaent ne waa going to Heaven, and wished <hf tn all to meet him there. He, with perfect c?mpoaur% bade kindred aad friend* farewell; mod after which time, the flickering lamp of life w-nt ??t J. H. W. Markets* Oarna-t Miitat. April It-Mmt arttale* la the pr<v Tlaion line bar* *t"< d lira at former price* for the pa?t month Flour haa receded to $9 per bbl UrnW baa alao receded to fit a ??0 p.r M Potat.-ee tare adraared la eoaeerjnenee of ih? d?m?nl for **ed. abare bf?n wa<1* aa high aa ?7 prr haabel Hold 4u*t arllaat fit 60 In eota. and flQ la trad* k The mark?t? In thl* larrttory ?tlll Mrtntala th?lr I 'high if ir?? "f ratal The Indication* are till rather <.f aa upward t*nJ*a?y. *a?*d Inaiber la bell at ftM prr Knur par barrel ; b*ef II to in oent* **r lb j potato ?rll r?adily at %i per httfhel ; aalt. fin p?r f?t . aad ?ometi?ie* at higher rat** W< hara h-ard $1 SI p?r pmind ?pok*n of for batt?r. aad cbeaaa t 71 Ml*. Th?ra ba* alio beeo an ad**noe on all kinda of met rbandl** .*ugar heaedreoevd from 'JO to 36 fent* ?ff |.r.imd Tha xiat lf of m*r<-handt<a a >4 grwrte* ?> ? W?n angmoated by reran t arrtraia. hat tbla Inercaea hM not, ?? ?? antiMpatel. eaaaad any OmlnBllo* of frie? Bat ?Mle th> re ba? beam a eonftderabla amount of merebaadlaa iaip?rt-l rteHllj. jti w? ineiet cm th? truthiulnaaa of oar lortaer axtr v lion that thera la not a good and ?fflo>nt aaaortraaot if mT?haiHlli,? In lh? terlrtory OtKkii Titr Reran. Fai?a? Cvaacvr, Aarll II ? Apple*. dried. per n> , HOn.; peaohaa. dn , (<)e.i beef, retail at market, lie a JOe.; pork. par lb , M* a 2'.)o , kutter per Ik , >1 ? $1 3ft, fh?w per lb , 60a . float, per eat . |>I4, per bb! . t JO; (tain wheal par b-l?h , i>; r?ta, do . $1 60 a ?J. oat* ?heaf per dot . $3fcO; jrroe?Ttca- coffee, per Ik , 1*? a *>? ; angar. brown, ant Ik , ?e a OOn ; atigar. loaf, per Ik . 60e tea. do , ff a fl AO; aiolKf**. p>t gal . ft M>, tyrap. ?,fl a il M; toba<ro par lb , .'17,S# a $1 IS, rlea. per lb . 30e. *??, tierdoi.fl, lard, per lk . 40e , tall, per at . o l, iinaaed. per (iwl . f j .>0; glMa. per half bni. A hj III, 94; d?., 1# by 1J. Iron, per lb , l?o a 209 ; nulla, par , lb. Ifa a 20o ; to kind atoraa. $ 100 a $16>); luuibir. par M . >75 a?W>. On tie 71* V H ^ r h. Jhur mnA nil rttitl ?il |A? n-w a?< >a Ot'gon Cilf. avt itinfinj raadt/y #19 f?f rwt Tli? l/iffnt. Th* C.corgc Emma, which arrived yeatrrdny ^ cTening fro n facN'l 9*undf trportt th*t Inspector ?irnrial l*wr had arrivd th^i* from Columbia ritrr, and acizrd the Hudson lt.?y Company'* nchr. J Ctdkim. for atmifrgling. Th? company' w*reL honae, atoo, ? < tt-k--n poanration of hy Inaprctor ^ ,?n?r .1 I'I tr, ia r, n?. , irniof ?ni'ig?Vd . U having lx?fn found therein. Th* corporal* aufhnritira of Philadalphia, ia lew of (be cxpenar, ha*** determined not ! light tb? strrt to of tb? city for mac mnath*. I d :,s t -i o .i a v t r< n UMllfine* fraa Una W?l India*. the arrival of the Creaeeat City at tbis port, arc lettera aad patera from Jamaica to tha iu*t.. but they are extramelf barren of uwl. IOIJ1 JAMA rOA COKXKSPONDatlCI. Ki.isstoh, Ja., June 17<?S o'clock, P. M. Crttctui City?Tht I*eguiaturt?Tlu WMother?Mri MacdouRut, 4r., Qrc.,4rc. Le line steamship Crescent City, under her pocommander, Captain Stoddard, arrived here night, and aa she is just about starting, I furyou with Eu:h intelligence aa 1 am able t? ret, but it must necessirily be very meagre, he only circumstance of any inter>?t is, his K*fncy the Governor, having issued bia procla. on calling our local Parliament together on th* lkstani, 1 believe for th? exprena purpose of ing certaiu amendments to a bill which paaead Lertion, to raise a loan for the purpose of lifting the liahilitk-s of the inUnd. The bill in urm in which it stands at present, limits the lint of interest on ?210,(XN> required, to 4 per L i*t which rat* it cannot be procured in KogL and I doubt somewlmt, if we nh ill get it very [ly even at a larger per eentage. 1 cannot say r legislators will confine themselves to thia let tHone, or if they will re-introduce the r?Ihment question, and with it all its bickeriuga larty feeling. A tew days will show, le weather for some lime has been excessively p. We have had rains in various districts but nave been rather partial, at all events not sufItly general to be of service, lu the interior ly tits are particularly cool and pleasant; not he towns, which are very like ovens, almost liuoucly. long the passengers who left here in the EngBeamer lVe, this morning, for Carthigena and Spanish Main, was Mrs. Macdougall, lady of eutenant-Governor of California. I have not wd. h^r urnci^ H^klinafinn hut f nro^tiniA uha Ijer way to join her hushaud, at the scene of icial labors. araiicy ha* occurred her* in the repreaentaf the purii-h of Trelawry, occasioned by the m ill of one of the members, Samuel Magitq. There will l>e a sharp contest, an the lutes are of the same |>oliticj. irk the pai?t week or two, we hare had exi here, by a gentlemm named Addison, two rdinary dwarfs, male and female, weighing er thirty-three |>ounds, and H.tid to b* of thf tifteen and thirteen yearn. They are native# iSalvadore, in Central America, and are LI> moat extraordinary creature*. [arrival, periodically, of four line steamers to land, Mibjccta us to an unusual bustle, and, Inie, crei.tes a new life to this very dull place, fcve several hotel.-* eat tbhshed here, for the Iiiucommodaiion of Californi.ina. The last |M is the " Wa.-hington Hotel," and one &11 lie NeOMMlM for comfort and attenI: it in an airy and pleaaant locality, iinmediB, ite the wharf at which the statmers Weil, an<l the office of the Arneric in Consul, aland, 1 am happy to say, remains healthy ?t. L I \KW-?r.\rKR Acror'vTH. fc'iri^siu? I/ispatrh of the 10th, in reference Hccnt movements of Lopez, states:? B/ rning Jtmrnul of the 12tla. says I? H 1 Isyti. n <lovernment have come to the d?Hion to iboU the monopoly law, which Hucli tended to fetter trade iii that country. ^Bric&u traders have, it is said, brought about ^Mge, and on the 1st of July next all monoH and fixed prices will cease, and everyone ^Bd to land and sell on the best leruis he inland that the British veaeeli of war, on, have received ordera to detain, and nerican p.irtu, auspicious Tcurl* found in couat. been informed by a gentleman, who ley of a'-veral propertied in the county , that he receive 1, hjr the laat picket hia constituents in hngland, ac<]<iaintat it is confidently retried in political it Sir Chuilea Qm will soon leave esauiue the administration of the goCan?d i, and t hat he will l?e sncc'edM rri?, the present Governor of Trinidad. Dupatch. mail, wur-ateamer, li;ia at last caught ip l'rovidentia, celebrated for her fleeticcett<fiil voyages. When, at daylight, utiasaw the Hitluman, she bore straight down ui?n her, in order to deceive her; than pretended to give chase to a slaving felucca; but ahe hml gon?* too ii?ar her captor, and was everhauled aftn u three-hours (Law, and some " advice" from llie h? > y gun*. TI"- Jirrmwia Gnxettt mention* a mishap that nearly proved tsstrmnive to II. M. Brig Helena, ('ommandrr M de Courcy, in |?i*aitig thromgh th? buoye entering St. George's. The Helena waa **epc by the cnrrent, while in stay a. upon the ^houl on which the Sra Adventure waa lost. After the bnu w.ia relieved of her guns and shot ahe waa towed ofl'by a aleamer from tho Navy Yard, having sustained extensive damage. Our Oolunabua Correspondence. Columbus, Ohio, June 7, 1*30. TTit Piricmnrl of iht Convention to Rtwi*4 tk? C'oiMfi/MJion?lit I'rorrtdinzt. The convention entrusted with the important duty of reviving the organic law of the State, nuRilxri among its member* many men of tin* talent* and acknowledged eminence. There are the Hon. IVter Hitchcock, one of the Judge* of the Supreme Court, lion. Henry Stanborry, Attorney General; Hon. S. J. Andrews, Judge of the Supreme Court of Cleveland; Hon. Joseph Vance, Ute Governor of Ohio; Hon. Win, Medill, lite U. S Commissioner of Indian Affairs; th* Hon. I 'avid Chamber*, William Sawyer, ??d ^*nu?< n Mason, Ute member* of CunircM; William B. Cutter, of Washington, and Wm. Hawkins, of Motuan, who have served a* Sneaker* in the (ieneral Assembly?Judges H. Hitchcock, of Cleveland: (ieorg* U. Hon, of ltayton; Wrn. H'tinsr, of Itelmoni; Richard Stillwell, of Mue km gum; U J. Siniih, of Warren; J. 11. .Swan, of Cell ml'us; Kliish Vance, of Hamilton, who h^re urrMiled over the Circuit Court* of th* Sute. We h ve Otway Curry, well known to the literature of the Plat*; lMniel I'eck, of Helmont, and W. Gro?-t? < k, of I lumiltoa, among the eminent lawyen-; Hon. John K. Hunt, Hon. Jacob Hlickendof?r, and Hon Imnah Morris, of Clinton, representing the yeomanry. We have, also, EdviH Archn"Id, of Monroe, one of the most talented, lesrnrd, eccentric, and earnest orators in the Weal; the well known Edward C. Roll, Clerk of Hsnulton county; N. 8. Townshend, of Lorain, well known in >hio politic* within the last two years, and Lucien Swift, of Summit, hi* legitimise mcces-or in fre* soil honor and glory in th* liereral Assembly of Ohio. The convention i* now at the closo of the fifth werk of the seraaon, and yet so little progress ha* Urn made in the discharge of the duties incumbent upon it, that it ia scarcely possible to fix upon 4...y measure that has been definitely settled, oiCrut th. I, |>erh*p?, of biennial *e?*ions of the General Avembly The office* of the Mate will be filled by |*>f>ulnr elections, almost without an exception, and a revision of some kind will be made *f*trm; (rat 10 what extent doN not hi yet appear. Mo diacuawon has a* yet taken place iif the question of negro suffrage, and from preicut sp|iearances, it *eem* doubtful whether any veiy exteU,j( d une will. If it does, the convention will never adjourn. The report of th* legislative Committee is the only one that ha* pr.ased through Committee of the Whole, and even on that pasesge, the greateat innovations wer? informally passed, to he diacnaned at other tiae*, and when cognate questiona shall arise ia their order. A Ueaaiiri Legi?lalure. with it* Senators and represented biennially ; the addition of a Lieut* nant Governor to our system ; the election of al the executive, judicial and other tflicrn of th? State by the |*tple; the reduction of the tenure of office to the nhortest poaoihle time?conferring upon the legislature the power to repeal bank charier* and other corporate privilege*?theae are th* principal subject* of discu**ion that seem likely to be o:< 11- <!, iWwk there i* scarcely a provision in our pre?? i.t organic law that will uot b* sought to b? HtiKuded. loure, vjhii. Mall Mattrra Kcw Matt. An?sumiiTn.-Tha I'oitmaster General. on Saturday, inade the following important mill arr ?uic? nienta:?From and afwr the firat of Jul*. the Great Kaatern Mail ia to be NiTfnd from l.oMon throagh 1'ortland, Me., to Waterrftle, hjr railroad ; thenre hjr night arhedule to ilxitfor. hr which arrangement the citlsrMfif llaogor will recei*#- thrir letter* :?nd ptpar* in twrnty-fonr hour* from Norton, and the mail in the o|>poait? direction will nlx> h* in like manner, leaving Hangor at 7} r m., and reaching B??ton neit d?y in time for the railroad and ?l?anil>o*t line lo Sew Yi>tk. Thia will eipedite the mail (o and from C'alaia, Kaatfiort, and the Ilritinh i-rovincef, aa well aa llangor, ahout twenty-four houra. I'rnymion ta ?l?o mad<* for ai* tint** a week aarTite Im iwrrn Water villa and Unity, to fconnert with a day line from Anguata to Bangor, and lha a?rond tram at Watemlle, thu.t gi?ing to Bantror at >1 intervening |? iuia twica dajly maJa through from Boatoo. I ? - U - - - ?I a J J. I I I. 1 in HU'ikcii iu 111 ib^ i "-"ina naiiT mmi i? w ir'r1' between Portland and Bath. and Portland ?i*d Aofnixta, tia Rnin?wirk, which, wttb th*" former aerfkt, cannot fail to afford the beat pooaibU accommodation. A II *' ? nr;.rr?pm?nt?, we ar- informed, haT? been 'H rr.1 at a cn?i>nr*tiTelf trifling e*p~naa at what dngla daily ?er?ic? would hare a*at / PtMlaniHuakagt?" ttepthatKaMklag.' Tl* rxlly chocking. rraaon mockiug. la if (btbnlli wt>r* in the stocking, Or Uitt groan ptopl* n?c<MI rucking, To pat faith In " mytterlou* Knocking I'reoioua hum bag*?" Stop that knocking." I oaet had hop*, that inrb " aoft ?oap," Of " paat dark daji " hail find ; tha ropa Wm then mUplaci d that now might cop* With juatice; bat ? I dar? not hop?^' I irciuuf uuuiuu^t? oiup vuav au< 1V&1114. Tk>t men of a??', with " learning aagtt," Divine* aid poetf, I cboutd preaage. Huch falM'bood truth, as that youth'* kg* la foul dixgrace at tlitwj ' late daya:" Precious bunibuKa?Stop that knockingt I'm bo believer or deo?lvpr, Or of tut-fe bumbug a reoelver; ( Hut at tbt? puup or in the river, I'd quirkly cool the ' knerker*' fever:" l'rtciou* humbug*?' Stop that knooking." Oar gallant major, tbat'a lu " the chair," Who one* marcb?<i out th? " hj in la ire M Could Mirely aud t would be but fair To give impostor* ail a ithara Of ironlmtut due. to thomi who da The public gull or vice pun-ue, | Vor well 'tli. known to me and you, Tb' almighty dollar'* krptiu view: i'rvrioiu) humbug*?" Stop that knoeking." u. a Ladle*' H*ue lilluloaary Society, K KG Kit KB ATI NO Till KITH POINTS. The directresses of the Ladies' Home Mission of the Methodist Lpitcopal Chuieh are wttending the aphtre of their laudable effort*, and lure recently established a branch of theiraociety at the corner of Croea and Littla Wtter streets, (I'i?e Points,) which we attended on Sunday, and where their labors are likely to result in deairable succeaa. The society hare established themselves in thia *icinity only within the last three weeks, aud the pupils, male and female, already number nearly aerenty, who attend the daily aa well aa the Sabbath exer cixes of the institution. Already hare three females, who had been leading a life of profligacy, gludly abandoned their e?ur*e of vice, and tber are _.... ...ul. v. ? u a a ~ir uuw muvmru wiui miutiiioiia ui? ivr?. mraondry l'ete, who, upon the application of the directresses, was appointed missionary to thin locality by the bishop. Two children have also been taken from idlenesp, and placed in employment by the society. It is the intention of the managers to build * church in the neighborhood of the Fire Points, in which they are generously aided by several influential philanthropists. Subscriptions for that purpose will be received by the missionary and the committee. The object of this society is to raise funds to support city missionaries, whose busiuess it will he, in uddition to preaching the gospel, to visit the poor, the sick, nnJ the friendlisn in the lanes and alleys of our city?to converse and pray with them, and to endeavor to induce them to attend me place of worship?to send their children to 8?bbath-school?to promote the interest of the temperance cause, and in every way to labor for the good of souls. The society has been established for the last six years, and has already built three churches, and three more are in progress. During the month of May we took occasion, in refnring to the religious anniversaries of New York, to direct the attention of the missionaries to the evils that reouired correction in certain jiartaof this city. We then asked?" Are there none more datk than the heathen, to b? found within this city, festeiing in the infamy of mental and bodily corruption: Are there none to be found in the purlieus of the " Five l'oints," and similar localities, who have never heard the goaod truths I I-i tbero no'virtue to be protected 1 no vice to be suppressed 7 Cannot missionaries be sent among the rising gene ration V Arc., iVc. These questions have been answered in the nffirmative, l?jr the generous action if I lie Ladies' Home Mit-nonary Society, who havs found tunny in want of ppiritual education; and, as we understand, those by no meant* unwilling to receive the blessings which pious charity is desirous of imparting. We are glad thai our hints were acted upen in le?a than a fortnight afterward*, and that the results are even thua early proving moat succcssful. The directresses of tin society are:?Mra. He*. K. 3. Jane*. First l>irectre?*, 30 Lupenard street; Mr?. C. K. I>eue|, Secord Hirectre**, 311 Hroadwsy ; Mrs. I Jr. l'almer, Third Directress; 32Kivinitton street; It. A. Mr*. Heading, Treasurer, 119 , First avenue : Mra. W. 15. Skidmore, Kec. Secretary, !.*? Hudson Mreet; Miss Imogen Mercein, Cor. Secretary, 415 Fourth atieet. These ladies, for their incessant and philanthropic exertion?, deserve the highest respect from their fellow-citizena; and we trust that from the waalthy tbey ma? receive pecuniary assistance, to eoaMe them to follow out the object* of the Home Missionary Soewt y. We make (be following extract frcm the last annuiil report. "iHiring the past yeara we have made etir appeals in every foim: at piesent we can but reiterate them. We hare pleaded with our friends a* citizen* of that great emporium which all acknowledge to be the fountain-head of all the good and evil influence* which overshadow our bind: as philanthropists, who admit that the temporal weal of the present generation depends upon the influence* which are thrown around their infancy and childhood : aa Christians, who believe that the eternal destinies of thousands are affected by their present reception or rejection of go*|>el overture*; and * how can they hear without a preacher, and how can they preicn except they be sent V We have pleaded for helpless infancy, for weeping childhood, for ardent, erring youth, for vicious, hardened manhood, >ea,even for the hoary head of wickedneaa. All such are embraced in our various missionary stations ; and commending them once again to the active sympathy of our friends, we close our year's report, and start anew to labor und to hope." Oar Nashville Correspondence. ?f AMlvn.t.K, June I J, 1 .*<30. Tfu Ihmntr to th* DcUzatti to I hi NuthwUU Cim trntion. Tba Convention liaa been in session here for the laat nine day*, and liac, so far, done a great deal of good. An, I have no doubt, you hare received a regular account of the proceeding.*, I will not weary your patience with a repetition, my preaent object being to give you a abort account of a dinner party given by ex-Uovemr r A. V. Drown, and (Jen. I'illow, of the Tennessee delegation, to the member* of tha Convention, yeaterday, at the Nashville Inn. At 3 o'clock, the party eat down to a table apread with all the eubatantials and luxuries of the Beaton The chair was occupied by Oovoreor Hrown; and General Pillow aat aa the vica preaident. After doing full juxtice to the excellent dinner, furnished by Moeher, the chompngne was circulated frrely. Aa the time allotted for the social and convivial meeting waa abort, no regular toasts were given frem the chair. (leneral Pillow gave the tirnt t? I ' I be Twin Statea of Alabam i ami Mississippi;" vkMiwiNpnMKMr W RM, Manni^ C, who gave, "The State of Tennessee, her giljitry and ber beauty?to the one we give our praise on the field of arm?j to the other, our admiration at their homes." Thechairmin then gave, "The Southern Convention, ita happv inllnenre?in peven 4a y a, it brought ua all into line" Jita Sharkey gave, "The < ituens of Tennessee, their valor on the field ia only equalled by their hoapitalifv nt hr>m#? '* S/vfiil nth?r *rntir?irn!? wer* given, when Genarml I'tllow gave, "The Miasoari Compromise Line?on that line we are willing to meet cur brethren of the North, ami ei*tnd to them the rich! hand of fellowship?from it we will not he driven, eicept at th? point of the bayonet " Received with nine times nine. The utmost harmony and food feeling prevailed; and all regretted they had to l*ave the f??tiva k<>?rd to meet in Convention at half pnst 4 o'clock The delegatca to tbe Convention bare been moat iMtfinblf ? nlertatr.rd by the rin/rns of Naoliville. Parties and bull-, are given nightly in their honor. The Naabville belles have put on their happiest smiles; and I learn that some few of the bachelor bearta have l>een brought to submit to their influence. If anything further should transpire, 1 ahall kerp you advised. Till then, fours, OTHO. Tn 5t*amiio4T 1>i*ast*b on I.ass Km* ?The Itaftalo < rmnrr, ?.f the 221 mMiint, says:?There ia a possibility that the namlwr of emigrants supl>n*cd to have b*?n loat on the (iriftith haa liern over enimated. We learn, from a gentleman of liri*, that eighty-two emigrants left ?t thiit pUce, all of whom, if we sra not miMnform'd, were reckoned in the apgregrite u( those oa board, whrn the veaael waa la^t. At all evmts, it is certain thai eijthty-two left her at Krie. The mail agent at lUiflalo informs the R'-piiblu thai the mail bag containing the matter for distribution at the Toledo office, waa pu: on board of the Griffith on Sunday morning, the 16th inMant, and ??i htirned. The mail uwihIIjt coatalna all Inter* and papera for the following wwihi, l? Uw 8?iw rfi Otta?Tolado, IifflHne*, Henry, Locaa, I'auldmf, Tan Wert, William*, and Wood; Michigan ? Branch, Hilladale, and T>enewee eountiea; Indiana?Adi<m?, Allen. Hlackford, IVnton, Carroll, Caaa, DeKalh, Mkharl, Grant, Huntington, (jaaper, J*f, La Orange. Marahal. Miami, Nnhle, Pulaaki, HtrhardTille, rteiiben, WaLaah, White, aol Wluielef i eountiea. T*t>u*b Brm Aunt ?An enprene cam* In from Fort I.aranne, a (rw dajre ainee, from which we learn that the email pot hart gotten amors tha fioin Indiana, who, to *t?p ita ravagea, had ournt to death a number of thoae that took the diaeaee. , The nnall poi waa aleo prevailing in aeveral comprntea of the emigrant* ? IFVofo-w (Ma.) Rforttr, Jwmt t. Oar Wuklagtoa CarrMfsa^iM*. WikSHiNSTuN, June 20, 1850. Perianal Movement!? Tht Chwkltng of the Galpkin Vrgan?TSe GmJ/ihin Busmen to c*mt up on Tumduy next? HTuit may then bt ikotvn?Tkt Utrala't txyoat, relative to tin Nicaragua Treaty ? Mien far a new Cabinet, ifc. Ilr. and Mr*. Webster were off in Iheir carriage tfaia noruing for the Southern boat. It ia preauiued they are gvinff to Old Point Comfort, to apend a few day?, during tin- recea* f the Senate. if r. Clay was out early this morning, aa uaual, for lii* morning walk. At rh? door of the National be met Mr. Newton, of Virginia, just in froin the Nashville Convention. The two gentleman argued brieily the Mweouri Compromise lina and the , Texan boundary line. Mr. Clay said be waa willing to go for almost any plan by whioti the gieut vexed question of the d<iy would beaeitlod, and j>eace could be restored to the country. Aa for the claim ot Texas west to the Rio Grande, he ould not consider it good hy any meant*?and in thia iheie were three of the moat eminent BW in the fcenaie who concurred with him?atill, to?>Uisy Texan, and to enable her to pay ofi her publicdebt, he waa willing the United Stale* should render tj h?>f an ample equivalent in money for all the territory which she might conceiv* that ahe wa* surrendering. Tl?* lirjvUif chuckles because the House hi* revoked it" older tor an investigating committee, to look after an unlawful transfer and duposal of funds in the Tieasuiy, charged against Me-asr*. M < rt-diih aud hwmg, and authorized it* Committee of Ways aud Mean* to inquire into and report upon the BMMr> Next Tuet-day the Rxlphin Committee'* report* will be the tpecial order of the da/ in the House of Representatives. If not pushed aai le for other business to be taken up, you may look out for ftometbing rich. It nniy l>e shown, 1st. That old Hugh Lawson White, when in th? Senate of the United States, muda a report against thia veritable Galphin claim, and that loo, after Governor Schley, of Georgia. wh > had been called upon by a resolution of tTie Sen:?te, through the President of th? United State*, for the facta in the esse, hud reported all that were favorable, and withheld all that were unfavorable te tl>? claim Judge White, that pure and incorruptible Senator, en then reported that lliu Galphiu heini had no just claim against the United Slates. 2nd. That the three reports in favor of the G*lplna claim, made by Senator Ashley, in 1846-7-H^ were never written by that Senator, but were drawn up by a clerk about the capitol, engaged and employed f?r the pur|M>*e; and Sid. That before the Iteyublie cane out witli its try proper and honest repudiation of the Calphin claim, President Taylor hud denounced tho claim to at least one of the editors of thai paper, and declared that if he had known of the in itter before the money had been paid on the claim, it never should have been paid.

If the House< should take tip And decide upon the Galphui transaction on Tuesday next, it will most afSuredly pa>s a vote of strongly expressed censure upon the three cabinet members concerned in it. If, after that. Meters. Crawford, Meredith, snd Johnion persist in holding on to their places, the country will see, and the world will see, what tottof ti.tf I hey are timdeof! Hut lei us Wait. "Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof." Your exposure of the fact, that Mr. Joseph L. White, *j)d not Mr. Secretary Clay ton, devised and drew up the Nicuragua treaty, has crsated a good deal of speculation here, and has given the nerves of the tieinbling Secretary of State, as 1 understand, a new shock. His sj.eedy retirement to the shades of his Huena Vista villa, is now considered not at all improbable. Mod assuredly, General Taylor will beat no loss to find material tor a new whig cahinst, if the present GalpLin concern should all go hence. The subject is talked of by well informed politic-inns here, daily. The following named gentlemen are nmong those who have been spoken of as runtime aua niriuurious siait-fiiiien lor places w the cabinet:? For tht State Department. John J. Crittenden, William C. Kirns, John Rell, Robert C. Winthrop, and John Sergeant. Forth< 'IVemury Department. John Davis, James 1*'. Simmon*, Abbott Lawrence, George Evsns, Andrew Stewurt, and tilth* Whittlesey. Far the Interior Department. Thomas T. Mcll< nnan, Truman Smith, Arthur P. Hopkins, J?me? A Pearce, and William Iluer. Firth* H'ar Department. Meredith I'. Ontry. Edward I). Hiker, William Coat Johnson, Humphrey Marshall, and Edward Fur th* JVavy Department. Thi maa Hutler King, the universal favorite for the pest. Far thr Post Office Department. Richard W. Tbomi>?i>ii, Charles H. Morehead, Hwgh White, Caleb li. Smilli, and John C. Clark. For Attorney General. John J Crittenden. Unfits Chonte, Sargent S. Prentiva, Kishard W. Thompson, and Edward Hates. The Senate has been all this day?this hot da?? engaged on amendments to the Compromise. The I Iruse has worked bard on tlie lull, n,* yesterday, gmntinK bounty lands to the soldiers of the Itfi-t war with Great Britain. In al-out ten dsvs, or fifteen days from this, the Ctmpiomise will be parsed by l>oth houses, and then much congre^Monal business, and a variety of other hubjects, will be transacted. Washington. Jttne 22, 185#. A RenJvtim in IfathinRten? T*te lla<kmtn completely u*ed up?AV? , York Omnihutet is full Svtfi/t?(Irtat Sen tuition umon/f tht old Stn^trt. Before the Ntv> York Herald iotroduced that revolution in the newfpaper preas, which has extended all over the country, ns the only system in U ##* til li <r Willi ?K<1 nUrnrii.si an.l sir ?ri# r\t t l?sa a rrm \m m II trmfmbrr the jog-trot j>ace of the old aixpenoiea, andjheir publication of important new? a week ufter it wu known to everybody. A revolution, since January last, equally decisive in its results, haa been introduced into Washing'on in the ship* of the New York omnibuses. Washington cov< rs a space, with ita scattered parcels of houses, of nearly fiTe nules square, and these are witie of Ihe distances from the Natii uhI (late Coleman's Hotel) wh? h in regarded aa the centre of travel mid business <>f the citv. From the National Hotel to the Capitol, up a steep lull part of the Way, one-third of a mile. To the lVsident's and departments, excepting l>oet office, two-third* of a mile. To the steamboat landing, one mile. To the Congressional Cemetery, three milea. To the Navy Yatd, two mile* To the Arsenal, two and a hal/ milea. To the (General Post office, one-fifth of a mile. To the 1'atrnt office, do. To Cieorijetown, which may be considered a suburb o( Washington, 24 milea. Frcm time immemorial, in travaraing these distance*, the traveller haa neen at tlv ruercy of the hacktfeu ; and their exertion* ti|>on the uninitiated, in not making a lucpHin beforehand, are as wide aa the boundaries of the United States, and a good deal wider. Indeed, the?e hackmen had for a long time, been the particular dread of stl strangers, nnd the particular nnroyance at the hotel*, railroad dej>ot and steamliost landing. To go to Ceorgetown or any n<tetmediate distance, the choice waa betwee* h hack, at the hackman's dn-creuon, tae of Colonel Nailor'a old style t tore-bo* omnibaaaa, at rente, or on foot, ar.l the Utter alternative waa mere frequently adopted than any other. Mr. Tnouias Kitrnan, however, had aeen tha operation of the N? w York omnibuses, and las VklMr went to Mr Venderwerk?-n, at NVwark.NaW Jr lacy, and bought thou* rplendid machinea for an r *jii iitn? nt in Wa>hwgton. lint he ifave auch a Slowing arcouiii of the fine ojienin^bere for tha u?iB?*?, thai Vanderwerken forthwith aent on aix other >\iUndid omribuse* en hia own account, and Fitman arid out. For a month or two the new biiaaes did not do much?they ware tinfaehioaable; hut their elegance, cumlort, and the tip for all the Way to (irorgeuiwn, were not to lie restated, l'ae*' ngeis increaard?the ladies found the new 'I uwea the very thing?every body found thetn the *rry thing; and it i* ti<>w * common thing to find members of Ooturxw. repoitera, rne^wnjfera, fashionable ladies, si.d Irn-h maids, all in the Mmr 'bua for a fi|>. And we line it. It ia republican?itia rodoMe, and man ia m aociible fellow, after all He libra a ru.wd, and naturally he ia fond of mitirur in with other (>*nh|e, and the hp ia a leveller of all diatinctiona. Kvrr) body rid'-a in the new omntbuaea. Admiral Reeaide.of I*, nnaylvama, and Mr Vanderwerken have recently introduced a doien moic cf their fine new onea, and the huaineaa goea on increnmg Col. Nailar, who haa had the old rmnibua monopoly for lifteen or twenty veara, ia eclipeed. and the noor h?ckmen ml all day in th*-ir boi?a at the hotels, with nothing to do, while tha omnthuara ara conMao'ly picking up paaa*nf ra under their vary noaea Col. Nailer, nowever, haa no notion of quitting hi* ground. He h<a got ia two or three n< w bwaaea; but aa ftaetide follows them up with a 'biia Iwfore and 'hua liebiad, ha does not make much headway. Ami wa underatand N.nler is ta Tw?. with ? deter munition to hold fhe #? !? . And the h*< 1 m> n hut* hud n meeimf, nor) h*?f re?*?|?rd to mb*c?ib* for? line of iheirc.wn; ?nd ihu*. like nome of the old forhioned nr w?j*iper?, they an* driven to ihf new ?jrM< m, from ?h>'*r nere??Mj>. Thi? competition i* nciting kwiilr npinl hciwwii the p*rlie?; but ?? Ion# ? lh?- puKlir convenience i? arrvrd l]liM hokUJii; ia fm?ll matter, provided it do#a come to blows. They may nin nil night Ion#, il tbey chootw; and ihry mny chase each other into all the by-streets of the city, aa long aa we rnis from the Capitol to Georgetown for a tip. The efleet of this omnibus revolution ia great. Real estate all along the line ia rising. and house* in Georgetown sre brginuing to be valuable p-ol>ertjr. Board is chexj) there, aud the 'bu*s?s afford the clerks the means of reaching it; and the members of Congress too. This will contribute to bring down the excessive boarding expenses of Waahirgton. j To the enterprising men who have introduced I these conveyances, the public thanks are due, for breaking up the extortions of th-- hackmen, and for giving Ua all the advantages of the be? vehicle* tar u tip, for all the way lo Georgetown. Washington unw tuih the appearance of a civilized city, and tho stranger particularly lina occasion to be thankful. Another unterpiise of Reeside ft Co. is the splendid omnibus for thirty passengers, communicating with u swift l.oat they fiave established, nimuuf, to Alexandria. The gentlemen are entitled to sueccw; iKit aa competition in the life of trade, the more the merrier; Mid if the new line a to come rrduoe the fate to three cents, the public will certainly not complain. Washington, June 23, lfSW. A Caurvt on the f^md Bounty Bill, and what it Apeed Upon?lntrtguti of tlu Cabinet respecting Art# Ale tu t), and to defeat the Com/rrotnite? Courte of the Richmond TSmet?Reiolvi of the Cabinet?The Intelligencer Playing Second Fddlt to the (ialphinixtd Republic. The ctucua, last night, of the frienda of tha Land liounty llill, agreed upon the following terma:? 1. To ioclude those in Wayne'* war, and in the last war with Great Hrituin. 2 To extend the. laud Uinnty to the surviving officers and soldiers, and to the widow* of thoae of t* em who have (lied and lrft widows. 3. To give to three months' men forty acres; to the six montlia' men, eighty acres; und ta tha twelve months' men, one hundred and sixty acres. 4. To include the stuff, hut not the field officers in the late war with Mexico?the soldiers of that war having already received bounty lands. There were nine field oflicers in tha Mexican war present nt the caucus. Ilence the reason for the exemption of that claes of officers. A* legislators, they could not vote themselves bounty lands. The intrigues cf the members of th? cabinet to get the people of New Mexico to form a Slate ?overnnient, so that the plan of the Compromise Committee may be defeated, and the administration niuv dfirlae anion on ihn Wilinnt nroviHn itrtt developing themselves. It is now whis|?ered among ' the meml>ers of the cabinet and the faithful? from , one of whom, a member of Congress, I learned it, j that they ex|iect to receive, in ten days from this, j the Mate Constitution of New Mexico, with a d<*- i niand, from the people of that new State, for ad- j mitsion into the Union. If thin shall prove true, i will thsre be no evidence that the executive government?the "Central government," as Mr. senator Dayton chooM-a to denominate it?ban inter- j fered with the people of New Mexico, and mad* use of its power and influence to mould them to its treasure 1 The Richmond Timet and Compiler, a Taylor whig paper, of great ability and respectability of chwracter, is out, 1 am rejoiced to |>erceive, upon the infamous cabinet, for hoodwinking, deceiving and warping the honest old patriot at the head o? the government, from hiu propriety Hud from the pledges he had honestly given to his fellow couu- i try men. So far have the cabinet gone, and so well have they succeeded, iu their foul game, that men in their confident** now give out in whis[>ers?I heard rne of them to-day?that should the Compromise lie paseed by belli houses of Congress, it will bo vetoed by the President. That the report published in the Rirhmrmd Timtt and Comptltr?to the purjiort that the niem- I hers of the cabinet are using all tli*-?r official power and Custom House influence at the North to get nil opposition to the Compromise, and prevent ; Northern whig members of Congress from voting j for it?is true to the letter, there can be but little, if any, doubt, Evidences of the fact are dajly transpiring, and of such a nature as to forbiJ contradiction. The fact is, the cabinet ministers are in opposition not only to the people of the country, but to the whig |>arty,&i.d they know it. They will not have their places until they are kicked out, which they will not be fo long as thev can succeed in hoodwinking, misleading and deceiving? perhaps wilh the connivftiire with free soil Major W. W, lilis*?I he honest old President. And while they lire iirrmitteil u% liolil on whera the* are. Ihrv nnmi to plunder Ihe treinury lor theniaelve*, their Lin and favorite*, with a (a'tfecl Inoaeneaa. No vote ?>f unqunlitird and unmihtiikeable censure by the jieoiile'a lloube of llepreaentativep, in iromi; to chum* tii?'m to budge our inch from the hnjh placea they have no deeply dirgmced. They know thai they are to go down themselves at the rpd of their term, an)how. 11 ii(I they MM to pull down the whig party with them. Ingratitude absolutely has a rhami for such mean, drivelling political deinv ' guea. lliatory will {mint them, each and all, la their true colors. The poor National fnttUigrnrtr .'To what a low Cm haa that ancp'ut and iionorable print come f ei?n. Bullitt and (Urgent, the late able and Haaaical editora of the Rryuilir, were cast adrift hoeauw they were too honorable and high-minded to defend ihe (ialplnn swindle and denounee the 1 C< mprt mne; ui <1 a trraeury editor, who could h? , u.duced to do the bidding of the (ialphin cabinet, i for a pecuniary consideration, wn foisted into the ' jiohition they had vacated. And now the official ; fulniinationa of that treasury editor and (Salphin whitt washer are cudoraed and re-is*ned by the once ptoud and inde|>ciident editora of the Nati mal | Jtitrlhgtri' fr ! Great liod, how fallen ' It in true that the article copied y? aterday into, and indorsed by the lntriJiRiMrtr, from the (htlpliin organ of the d iv previous, la mainly abusive and denunciatory of t ather ItiNhie; bat Mill it was couched in laniftnc/s and fraught with terms which the editors of the respectable fvlrHigmrtr have hitherto indignantly em hewed and kept entirely ont of their vocabulary ; and moreover the article bore u|K?n ita fice, or rather the introductory remarks preceding it, conveyed the a*fctiiance that the editors were liade, or aaked, to place the article second-hand* d in their columns. Ami they did pixy serond-tiddle to the well-paid tteasury editor of the (ialphm organ. Dirrarimso C??s.--Two of tb< la4s, tha brothers Shelly, who wera feaM?d by the rreent steatn bmlar ri^li*li>D la Hpring Uarilra. bava died Una ut thsaa brother*. John, riptrril ymti rday *n I ths 1,'oronar this naming held a view upon tha body Tha lary that sat o(inn tha body of the other br?th?r inadu a full Inaaatlgatlon of the deplarabla caaualty. aa<l tbalr aerdirt attribute* the accident to an Imperfection In tbe repairing <>l the boiler. arid ImM to eatpl >7 a competent engineer. The death of three boyaaaCrcmlly under fltrnmiltni'M an heart rending li a tj Mo* to tb'lr niuthar whoaa main anpport they am Pbe I* a widow. baring recently loet her Inn laud and baa three aural ring joung children Thediltrarted Mot bar. tbta forenoon not etperted to ll*a freui hour to hour Iba loaa ?f har two elde?t aWildren ? t)>e pr. p tf Im wi nd baaing nearly <ilm har em; and bar devoted attention to tham during tha brtaf time of tbalr agonlilng aulTartnga, having thrown bar into a apall of dangaroo* itlnea* Tha fkmlly ara aary poor aad tba caa* > 00. that appaa|? In tha trongeat niHunt-r to tba aympathatla heart of tba bamaaa tkU?4Mp^%? HuUrlm, Juiu'1\. CoMMianait en Claim* Aaaiaat Mima. Jane 19? ' Tba memorial of I>r Ueorge Uil rlaiming for aspalaloa Iron Cblhiiaboa In 1*44. for Imprlaoamant. and run 'i|Vi ut Inaaa* oa good*, waa auhm'tted eiamlned. an I n* gar ad to bo raaalaad That of tnMWI Ata enaoa rUlniiag for e?pol?lon from tba aame place. at tba una data, for cnnflnaaient. and ennaaqnant lo??aa ta hi* buatn. aa a* hotel ke?-par waa nbmlttai. aia lead, and ordered to k? re??l?i-d Tbat of Pierre Heaaeuaau admlnletrator of Kmile Peuieneau rlaimlag for iipulMoa from Matainorn*. la IMA. waa alan rubmtttad eiamlned and ordarad to be received. Tbat of Nil II Hammond claiming for robbery of horM and mulea. within M'llraa llmlta by Apache Indiana, la 1M4. WMaubmltted ati'l etatnlnad Ordered, tbaraap< n tbat tbe aforeaald memorial dwea not let forth aai<d claim agalnat Mailm nndar tha treaty of February 2 1M* and tbat It b? therefore rejected Tha BiraKrlal of haalel Davie. withdrawn by leave on ibe 24tb January laat, In order to rauhliab the Identity of Uia aiaorltllrt. waa rw aubmltted and filed anew, aa authenticated la the partiaalar wbera It wee formerly d>f<rtlve. I.aw Intelligence. Vrnmvc lurt Cur ta Iowa ? 7V f'm/ad .</ ?(?? fhttnrl f'eoal / ? Ik* ,*e?l?wti f)n .it/m 1/ /?rt, Juni h 1 at ml HuiltttHift 1*0 llu* I Dagga of "'I ?r k Bounty, Mloriirl. plaiatil Tf. Klibu Praaiar. Tb"maa Ciarkaoa Fiaaier. J< ho Comer J- ha Itlrheiing and I'aul Way, defeadaate Tbia waa an action of treaj a?* aa tha raie. for harboring aad concealing aad oppnalng the arraat of < I a - I I) alavca wh" had ab?c nd?d Inte Iowa Full waa brrtrght undar the act of t'nngreia of Peptimhar 1M? 1 ke ran w waa ably argued on bath aidaa. and tbe trial alialled mu> h latcreat Involving, aa It did. me of tbe gr-at laeaea now pending before tbe roua'ry Terdtct and judgment In fa*"r <>t plainlit larlliW Tha alave* that ??ft loat Wi-ra two 1 a one woman and two vmall children Motion for new trial oaarralad W r understand the ca?e will be takib up aa writ of error HurlingUtn TtUgrmpk CtnaT ar Arraaoa A' aaar, Juae iid No IT Tli? wut'tl "f Mil* rau?? rniirlu l?il Ho 'M lirhttfd fir No M, by non??nt Tk? latter rpn?il Hi ik. Tha ( hull Uk?n In IMfl ra??* ya?t?rd?f ?? Ifirrd on appllrMloa <<f?ry?llaul'? iouimI Awl to k? argnad n??l ?r??T No II It* 11 Ar(o?<l Inprrinr Court (< lrr?lt.| Th?Clro?tt l <>nrt lia* i4ji urn?i for tha t?? 111 will not b? op?a?d until th? tint M lu Baylamtar \>? r???rTw) < *)? <) ar riuo** will not b? rnll.-.l until (h? f> urih Monday MIUyU(ib<ir, idIm by Bpadftl or* <J?r ( til* Court | Tki otlMlx ra Ml kfMl So TH. 1 ' I !% iuUa atton of 0?R?iml J*pw at Inr OtU>Mi SIXTH OAT. [Prom the N 0 Delta, June 1?] Comtnla?ion?r Ualdwin decided on the qaeatlon rilwl It the d? i. in e whether the evidence of* third lirtjp, ' a* to what an interpreter had atated what Oen Lopm *ald at a dinner table, that euoh evidence m a liilari tie. under an authority in Phillip*'* Rvidenue. Col McAlpin'a nuiir wan then called, and not m*wi ring it wu etatt-d that ha had left tha city. M Iiucoe wu then aworn. and examined tor tha pa*. atcntion Question* by Mr. Benjamin?Do you knew OananC Lrne* ' I neTer *a? hiui before no*. Have you b?n requeued, within the la*t tkn? mouth*. to join an expedition to Cuba? Some ra|M j proposition id that r ature waa made to ma. but I aa{ iwcrtd that I wa? a utrauRer here, and did not daafra I to mix myeelf up in eucb matter*. What wa* tho character of the expedition propaaedf I The perron p,?Tr me no further detail* el the matter, bccaue* I declined it Who made thi* proposition to you? ftlr Hum objected to the question. It wanld ImC to no practical reoiilt* llure in a reference to a raffoe I proposition of an expedition to Oaba without atteaa >?'?t to connect (General Lopea with the matter. lite therefore irrelevant. Mr Molae?It dwee not touch the point under lamtlfatlon Mr lienderHon-->A vague proposition of an expedition to t uU certaialv in not tho oummencoment at proof Id this rtw. Tha District Attorney replied, that If they did M* eonnert Uen< rnl l.opeg with the expedition, the proof wmld go for nothing Tbe Commla-doner >.t*ud that U would be propar t* ask the name of that party. Who wait th? party making that proposition f iw? Ah. I cannot hay that a? a man of hi nor The District Attorney?I hop* tht cou't will admonish the wltnees that a< a good citi??u ha la boaa4 to Huewitr th" question. Mr Moire ?And T hope that the witness's oim nnea of boner will admonish hitn that be cannot aa a gentleman. answer *ueh a question. The obligation* at honor thould be of aome weight. l)t> ynu know anything of any preparation* for aa expedition to Cuba? 1 know no fact of ny ova knowledge. Do yon know when the Creole left thin port ? No. Do you know the name of the prraon who made tar you the vague proportion referred to T I do not I What command were you offered In the espoditkw referred to* Mr Hunt objected to thi* question aa irrelevant. Mr Benjamin replied, that they could get on faatar If tbe testimony should lie admitted, and If Irrelevant disregarded, instead of having tbe time of tha awnmiieion ooneumed in speeche*. Mr. Hunt rejoined. InaiiMtig that hie objection IH a legal one?tlie evidence must ba oontlned to tha iaeue Tbe question is. whether (ien I.opea eet oa foot a military expedition against the island of Cub*. Tbe wltneea inowi nothing ot *uch an expedition. He refer* to vague expedition*, and it I* contended that tbl* commission shall be kept employed In inquiring Into every vague proposition of an expedition that may have l>ecn made to tbe witue** There ** eonie reality In tbo threat of the prosecution, to keep tbi* c*ae before it until January. Mr. Hunt dwelt with great power and eloquence upon the lujuitiee of holding General Lope*, virtually a prl*on?r until a? the vague proposition* of expedition* to Cuba (hall ba inquired into (Tbe audience commenced to applaud, bat wera quickly intertupted. in a vrry decided mannar, by Col Labuxan. deputy marshal ] The Cemmi?*ii ner decided that tha qonation wt* Irrelevant and Improper, aa It wait Tajui aa w wnaa expedition he wu to join IJnvHtW'n Were you reqaeatad to join any other e*? pedition ? No, none other Worn you Informed when Mid expedition would *t*r% and on what Teeeel ' No. What were you told waa th? name of the veaael aa which the expedition wu to fro * Mr. Hendoaon objected to tbaaa question*. m Introducing hriruy t?Kt'inony. Mr. Moiaa objected, that tha whole tenor of thUexamination U not to ascertain whether thera li a probable gronnd ta rommit Urn Lopei but wbatbar them if ft od gn und for thl* examination. [Ilere thera tan clapping aud stamping In tha l?kblea. whereat Col. I.aliuian threw liiuaelt lutn tha crowd of the aympathixcr*. but a* far a* wa could Inarm, with but little r??ult. *o fur aa tha dUooTary of lb* offender* wax concerned ] Mr Hunt addreaaad tha Coirt at length again it tha ailmiaeiblllty of thl* hearsay testimony, contending that it would t? a great per?eralon of law to allowOca. Lopei to be trbd upea the a<lml??l>Q" and ataleiaaut* of peraona not hi* ag*nta. nor connected with bin Jtr. Uunt di nouneed with great eloquence thla drair n4 ayatam of teatlninny againal (Jen Lopei out ol alt tha rumor* and rtatementa whlub may be floating la tha ec mm unity The I'letrict Attorney?The point baa been dealdmlf and yet we hare had tour *peech?* aince I tru?t that there dlacuaaiona on point* decided will not be peraaTered in. Mr. Hunt replied thai the defenoa knew well thait right* and the law The Commlailoaer decided th?l the queatloa ahaili be put. The witneaa then anawared he did not know tha name of the Teaaal. Queatb n. by Mr Renjamln Were yon apoken ta about any other expedition to I'ahal I waa ua?? apokea to but once. ami that waa In tba *tr?et [Tbl? wltneaa. we understand, waa a dl*tlngnaha4 < fleer In the army of Huenoi Ayraa III* bearing aad appearance were quite military and iaprea*lve ] Major Thoaia< Pattoa waa than called to tha atand. Queatit na by ldatrlnt Attorney?Do you know lianaral I.opei * 1 had the pleasure of an introduetloa ta bo you kuow of any fart relating to any proposed military expedition to tha 14aud ot Cuba, to tha flttlrg aiialng. and | rovl lotilnir any ouch expedition? M bat I knoa 1 Minll keep to mya'lf. a* tt woald laa4 to involve ma In a proacauttou itiullar to tha out no* going on. I?o you know when the Creole I ff *<>. rnly ky brart.y I?o you know of any other expedition In whlah yn did not participate yourself - of no faoU which voill ot t?nd to commit yourwlf? No. Plttrlet Attorney ?Tbea yon anly know of the *P'dltlon In which you participated your?elf The CammiMlonar dccided that tha question ?>ulC not be prrM?d. t Mr Benjamin rand# an explanation, to whieh Mr. Patton replied lliat he c"ul<l not iitate any faet il r?gard to ibe aUrg ed expedition whiuh would Ml eliminate him. Mr fall on wai discharged (' 1 Mr A11 in having appeared, wu now railed ! the Mai.d Tha roun?el frr the defenra requested that Ool MaAlpln tbould not bn examined at proaent Hut tira I Coin-el Insisted upon it? going >" now. aa he did . wish to 1m> kept aw?y from bin bunuitea The ohj-a, tlcn was withdrawn Tba rjuaatlon propounded yaa1 t? rday to Cot kit Alpln. by tba l*Utrlct Attorney was then repeated What were tba etatemrnl* translated to yon by M* Sl)iur. at Ibe dinner referred to yeeterday ' Col MeA?With the greatest reepect for thla no tart, I mu?t aay tbat I raanot. roaaistent with my Idaa of t he du'y of a genth rran and a man of honor rsvaat what wan said at a private dianar party. | Mr Benjamin eddreaaed the court on tbU ptfnt, depricatltg tbt view taken of hia duty, by Col. MaAV pin, but the latter Insisted. and said ha would not aaawer each Questions I Mr. Benjamin ad<treaa>d the Court apon what ha coneiderrd the sickly eentlmrntallty which prevail* In the community in regard to tba obligation* of th* character referred to hy the witness The IIret dutf of every rlticen wit to the law lie had no right la i create a rtandaid of honor t* himself superior to that i enjoined l>y th? law. Tba witneM baa taken hi- oath 1 to tell tbe truth the whole truth and nothing hat th* truth lie (*lr Benjamin) would be the last tojusttfjr eaves-dropping The witie*? had dona all that 'S<t law* of honor and hoepltallty required when ha <t?jerted )ett> rday to h. ing examined In relation towh JT ocrured at a dlr nrr party llut the Cour'. ha? rnlu4 tbat tka fart* wblrh he baa In hia potaeaeion ehall be aiTuiyi'i ll it ruiPf notion a'>aur ?u 'imy n wm Bo > bllK?ti<>n ?.f lb* tru* (rm|fiu?B or h?nn?t m%n to rrfun to|l?? nifli t??tlp*' H7 ll? truM that tha Itliwi wutiid think battar of the mutter, i?| lot l??)'t ' oarupytrg >o improper I position Colotnl MrAlpia I haaa calmly r^drrM on thka mailer. atnt haa? at me to tha deliberate mmatiua tut <bal |mU w<t> lUI-d to mi tl a prlrata linoav |>?rty In At eonfldeare of the lilrr?n?na ?( (mtl*. tnea cannot be dlvulg* 4 hy ma vllhnvt rlnlatlo* of *11 my IJ.-aa r f bntif r and jrantl-nianly propriety I therefore n prat, that I alwll lot aiu?r lh? i]?>itlw pat to on Mr. MMae a4<lre?p?d a proposition to the proeeasHon that Colonel *le*lptn ahould te permitted * aland aalde ai d they ?b .nld Broreed vltb lha taaal atlon of other vtiae*M>a and dvelt nn tha attampl of lha government to ou' race ell tha lava of hoaor lor Ua pu?Hw of making rrldeaee In tbla raee Tha liMlkl A Horary replied atatlng that ha VH governed by aa high a a*an- of honor aa the g-'Bileaea oa the < th> r tide He read tha lav oa tbla poiat. Ila japttlilinl villi the f< till' man, l>nt hla duty. Ib?i|k a diaacr-eable fit*, vita plum and ha ah-iali ba cuaap?1led la Intlat npon It Mr llant addn>?-d lha (Vvrt in a dananolatloa at the mode of asamlaatlna punra?d by lha goraramemt. Ha ?aa Interrupted by tha LMMrn I Attorney, via* alatad that ha had no objection to Col Me tlpln >taoillig aalde until other vttneaaea eonld bee??mtoed Col MrAlplB detlrad to atate. that a th mgh ha ha4 refaaed and vuuld f-niirua to rafuaa to atata ? bat vaa ralated at a prirata dUn-r party, ha vonld taka orraalra to deWare that nothing h? could aa; v?al4 tend to e< Bimlt (iea l.o; ?a The biatrial Attorn'y That ennfeaeloti will rontr* cay de>tre that t'ol MrAlptn ?h' uld rtand a?ida iibW tha vll*a>aaa aia etatnlned (>Btnii??lon?r Hal lain took naraalon to atata. that 1 allh?<*(h ha ??mpaihl>*d with tha vltnaaa la hi* poet tt< n |.|? ???m gt ?>-ra ?ur>. i ij>n?t* ir mi amy m~ . ... t turaia ird I ? >houlil h??? lo prornwl In ihl?, m in 4 otb?r r???? t|i<r? ?|*n<M rtftin-d toan???r. It ? ?. tb*rrfnr*. agrrad tbat Col. Mailpii kodl ' ??< Mid* for th? ftrrfMit otbar lUnr..., Mrt tb.neall-d bnt all ware iNwi Attarhaianta wrra taaurd fnrthrm In rarlona part, of tba Mat? ?vw? la 1'ata Kouf# In Paint Harnard. and ?< n? In lb* city. Tbrra bain* no ttnaaaa* h?t*ra tit* On t. il.?Oa>ml'*toarr adjourn* d to proraad to Borrow to tahatb* txtlaioDj of Major Unlljr, at hla bona*. V T??a I.ifi FtaaaTTaav, N Y Th# Inaaaa and l??ra?M. aa nrar M ? ran IM>flaln from the nff?r>r< art aa followa --Abrabani Na>h Inn $|.*>nuu. I?aurad tor llnUD. Rlrja anil Brother, !?? Inntf4 lortll M; J II Wbltlnrk. loaa UO Onu. In?ura4 for )IHV; W m low <>?( ), ItanrH tn? 1 M*>, Prl|r>?a k Corp* loaa ft OCU, I naurad for ft 000; J T Pat la. loaa . **), no maurana* Total l->aa. I?<lr 900; Inaa abora Inauraaaa, }:il .Kin Of tha aboaa |raa?a aa Inxirad. tb* Tmy city Mniatl ?u?taln? IIJOOi tba 11 art lord City Prolwtloa. Jiaimu, ?b? Albany Matnal, *2l(?i. Rrana Mutual. and tba Hahaaaata.ly Mutual M'Mi Tba fwmalndar la la laaJI . 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