Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 28, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 28, 1850 Page 1
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F ~wm ~ ~WK~~ f II M X 11 NO. 6863. raima*. Mails fob California ?pcht office "ifiir JJA Votk. IK. raanlar Mil r*r C?l f.rala *nd iat.ro. d lte point., por U.8. Mail Ulrtoirr ()hi?. will b. ma>l. ?F at ttin uOir* o? Friday, th. ?tth inat., olo?iii* at 3 u'olook, P. M letter. to Panama 30 <*>t ti to Ct.a: a? *> eaau. both J whloh ?>it ba pr?p?id. WK.V HmaOT. I'ulnWr. DOB UTEBPOOL.?VN1TBU ?TiTI> MAIL. STBABM PACIFIC, Capt. t?-? Njrfc?Thl. ataaauhl* ?Ut 'lljlh with th. mail. for Bnrvp., politicly SatarWi Jal. 6th, at IS o'.ioik 11.. "rum hwr *arth at tha V VNit Canal ittMk Ma b.rth ..eurvd till paid for.? n? fral?ht ar faint., ht>iai aaaqaallad innawnilaUaM fit ?I<ihh ar aamfir*. apply ?. BDMTU. H. CVUANH.H Wall itraat. All MUtl and pap.r. aul paw through th. Poat WSaa. Th. itMaet Atlaatia will *no?*?! tha Pauifto, aad (all JalyWWi. : J'THITBD 8TATBS KAIL STBANKIU UBTWBEN NMW { V Tack ul Uv.rfaaL?Tha ihip. Mnpodii thu 11 a. an | ^ATLANTIC, Captain Waat. &IUT1C, cantata Luaa. r Atiiric, ciniii n*?. Baltic, captain OwtMfc ADRIATIC, C?ptuD UrtlUi. HMM ahlpa haolag beoa baflt by oontraot upnul; f* ( inutii eoreiea, mi; tu> ha* boon itkn la their eoaItnttlra. a* alao la their eagieee. to ennure etreagth ui paid, and their aoeonmodatiuae f?? (im?ag?n an aai muIM (or aleganeo or ma(?ri. Prtoo ( >a?"<? from Maw York to Liverpool. $'30: asalnaive ih of axtra alaa etata ?ain.lHH A* experienced eergooa will bo atUehed M cack ?Mp. No bortha aeeared aatil paid for. Vac freight WrrT_r M*,T ** tDV'D 1L CULUMS, D* Wall.treeti r, to BlotfN, SUU'LEY * CO., Liverpool. bo Paoifto ?4li !ia<o Liverpool? Juao 19, 18*1 " itlMUt " 44 LivervooL July 10, ? " faoillo " " )lo* rift- Jaljr t, " i .. ? - livecweel.... JalySI, ? I " AtUatit " " Now fork.... Jaly tt, " | Tki owioii of thoao (hip* will not bo aceooatmkle for cold, tlver, buUioo. iraoio, jewelry, prouioao atone* or metal*, , ala?? biiu.of lading ara aigaed therefor. and Uo vale* U?l f. therein eiproteed.^ ?01 ffvERPOOL-TO BAIL PUNCTUALLY?FIRST V of Jul*.? Tbo wall known, faat ailieg, ooppoiod aad ovppor fut'ouod ibip LCT111A UEYN, l>?>. Mofcrha. ha*, lag the creator part of liar cargo encased, aad golag oa board, will sad aa above. Tor halaaoe of freight, ar pnaaage, kanag plcadid aeeommoda t i on*. apply to JOSEPH McMI'RRAT, TOSoath atreet. FOR GIBRALTAR, GENOA, AN It I.EUIIORN?TUB upi-rior Sariliaian brig H A I>.\ M I V STO. lioiio, muter, will acet with |woanf>t despatch. A|>plv I" 1'K'ikk IIAKMOnV, .SErilEW.HB CO., ar to Born k HINCEEN. I..I P erl >lr*et. rOK rinoston, Jamaic a, umt r. - rue sri.bn did aitamahip CRESCENT CITV. I mo ten* bnrihea. (Tbarlte Stoddard, Commander. will leare for O agree. teaching at Port Royal to land paaaeagare aad mule, oa Monday, Jtly l*t, at three o'clock, rrea her dock, pier No. 1N.R. Tar paaaage apply to J. how arb fc hon. 34 Broadway. rpHROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA-THB^B^S. MAIL Orleaaa. lid lki*T?i, touching off Charleston sad -Hi??oaah ' to had Md r?p?i?? pft*Mn|an and mailt. 0?o? at 177 VTut etreet, toiur of wirrw The new and iplndU eteamahipe OUIO, C*|.t Jatnoe riadlar itoheack, U. S. Nary, 3.0TO (vat; GEORGIA. Cnpt. David 6. Porter, 0 S. Nary, .. iUUUtona: FALCON. Cap*. U.J. Uartaialaa.lT. k Narr, l.tftb toad. All lb# Ttm?1i tbli Coaipany have double engiaed ' the beet oo attraction. aad aoootnmodatioaa for paia?ttnn that ata aaauxpaMwl. The eteeo-hip OUIO wlU i*il oa kw reeular dajFrtdav, Jsat ?th. at S P. M.. from tha pier ?oet rfWimi a. North Rieer. Tb? pum(?n bjr tha Ohio t? Cfcacroa.jrill be transferred at Uavaaa to tha Palooa, aad eraeeed direct frva> Havana ta Cfeagrea. freight u New Orleaaa 2f> rente per faot, (coble.) Specie to Uavaaa. half araaat. JToi freight or pataage aprlj at the offloe, ooraar w?M aad Wacrea etreeta, ta M. o. HUBERTS. Salad ?f Paaeage Through. N. V. Panama ta _ , _ ta Chaarea. Baa Praaaiaaa. ' d *? ?! *> SMI Standee Berth 80 $300 or tlM Steerage. Ivund bed aad board.... SO $130 _ ? _ Rataa to Havaaa aad N. Orleaaa. ?7S Standee Darth ... M M Stearage, 1 em nd bed aad board. .. M St THEOUliU MNI FOR HAN FRANCISCO?CAl-IFORMlkftuai aed galling parbeta. via Cl.asr?e aad fikUl?. 1 b* tin** throngU bj lint line It ?h*ul flrtr 4oi; EtS? *L!WV 10 ^ frtieiioo. ?*\tn $**| imqud ditto, ?la?. The balk of tea cable feet allowed lo oach paaaenger for ba$**r'. No eipenaea la debarking or embarking te paaaenger? by tbii line. Tor package or other Information, np Ij la IIEKDI.E AND WRIGHT, ISO Oder itreat aorner of ITaehlaxton ?t., Id Hoar. I^OR CALIFOKNIA.-THROI'GII TICKETS PO? BAH B tib fanacna, t? laava N*w T?rk Jnljr UK by tha rttaamitup Crmni City, f?r Ckitrw, ud (MtaAlf . Gaaaral Warrae, from ruimi to s?n Tranoiaao, may h* I I UaMttnita ko not.R t no. U rnil m>it rriCkUs WANTkU-ANY NbMHKK ?7r~s7k;EKMil A ttakar*. ay to tan, as ik* itMs>r Taan*a?-a. lo rail from *k< tit Ui* last of July or Ant ( Au/nal. Apply at 'J? liti i>( llarria i Hotal, Utwwo 1><ih- and Kaa lo atraat*. i Tkaalitoal aad Moilral. h?tnwi? Tm?4tb??Thl* rvaalag > *at apart for tba kadlt of Mr. 1*. U trrta. (rouurx of tho tkaatra. * Vhn a Mil ?l a ?try aUncUta ebaract-r la prwntM IjT the r^oyaiant of bli aunnrviu fri'od* and aeaiilllUaM*. stbarldan'a airallant romrdy of tha * tekool for Frandal.' Mr. Barratt. aa Mr I'atar Taaala, Mr flllbaft a* Ulr Otlrer Burfaea : Churl** jurfaoa. Mr. I)jolt, 8lr Vanj.ailu Backbit*. Mr. Parry : aad CrtktreabyMr kajnuin Mi?a W rmyaa haa kindly T"luntoarr* to play Lady (MlalUM Kata ll"rn. an a*catlant trtrrM aa Maria, and Mr* t'anj >ur by Mr* Hkarrati. 8lcuora (Mooea and Slganr Nrri will danea two beautiful fiolka*. and tha auia>aiu< nta will roarlada with H Irland Wmln " Tbla ta a tin* cntrrtatmant, And wa b?p? to are the Broadway crvwdad boa pit to duaia. aa Mr. Warraa dc?rt?i a bumpar, Jliaio'a Oittin.?The new Bad beautiful entertainmrat. cal rdj Th<- Ialaad ol JewaU. ' r*e?l*ed wltb tha {rtale*l demonstration* of pieaaur*. will ba repeated tbl**T>oii>r Tha *c>u<ry la auprrb tha dreaae* aro r| Irndid. aud Ui? raat embrace* neatly all tha celebrated ceoifdiaoa attach'd to it la *|>ae|oti? aad beautiful ertaldltbairut W?*hooldaot ba aur^rtrrd to *** tha theatre rrowd? d. aa l.iug a* tbla ahowy rpeetacla ontluii'a tobe pre*, utad Tlia a.nua><ui< nta will corn aeao* with the military dratrj of thr - Maid of t'r-laay " A saw ramie drama, Jo-t resetted irom l.nnd >n, will abortly ba produced .Ml bio I* doing tha thing right, aiil will ba amply rawardad. |lr*i<f'* Tnntan- Mr. Jordan, a great tarorlta, aad a Bb? comedian. tak?* hi* Itenoflt I hi* erasing, whan I'ayTia * eoiaedy of "t'harle* II'' will h? preterit <1. with Jordan na KingCkWlH) ('lark* aa tha Karl of . Roi'baati r, and Burton lii hla Iniuilta'il- character of Captala < opp Tha aait pl*?* will be " Katharine and fatrachlo.'' M. OuIJjek ?na'alulag th? part of frlraakl* aad Mra Huaaall that of Katharlua. Tha laat will ba tba laoghabla Urea of forty Mr ink*." the kind of coardlma. Mr Burton. a? Tobi*? Muna, MIm Walter* and Mr Frederic wtll danr* a grand Maiwrk* Mlaa O RlCrrt will alng a n-w ballad, aad tba orrbeatra will aiaaata novaral b-autltal ovartarM 11 I* eipeeted that Mr Jordan * friend* will nao tbalr influrnrr thU or?wl<?. Timiii-Tb" ?r? pl??? eatltla.l - Mnaa i In Uw*" U toualrN; aureeaat ul and draw* >ir?Umt b<u??a It will be repealed lhi? rfrilnc with<han lm m IW hm Tlia ril?rUlna>il* ?fl wmiwiN wilt tkt drama aatitlad tha " People'* Lawyer.'' and tha ?Nr will r'lnrlu'lr with th? aew farra of " Krlead Wi||Ih ' Th? aaaaery In the ? ? pl-rm ot Hnaa la ?'hlaa" U eir?llent. and all tha parta are well fllled. | To B"m>? rniiit| Mr C, Barke take* hia farewell Iwartl - hi* aaaier ut friauda are aotlned ofthll OMaim1! Orra* Ilai ic ? *lnfln( of erery dear rip ti?a.aad that of a loaerlnr order take* plaa* erery en niwf at Mrrhaatoa" II II. Tha ln*f rnmaatal per fnrmtmmrr* woo! I 4n aredlt to aar Ht*blt>hra??t and th* daneiag raaaot ha heataa la any part ot I ha Vb!o? fh.Tarii.~A B?w featur* U preaeatad at thl* pl*?a of amu-'Bi-at fcaipay. oiharwlaa Marva. eieaulaa a aaalaal plaoa. playing oa two laatruaiaat* at ama Hair Btaxlarf aad danrlag are tha othar foatarea 4airrtraw Mraar a.-Tha " Draakard. " a ainral aad la>.e.u<? Ji>n? >.< aaeell.Blle *..? le ^e.B.xe ;*rga U Ikli *rt?Ml?ka?lt Krarykody thorn14 aaa M Caarir HnBr?.-ln*r'? Band, by tbrlr molf m< rtrntiAc diaplay in ?h*rali| tba fnlt*ri 1 of tki* r-taNi?h??nt arary ?r*nlng Tk'?> ?hn ht(> Uitr tor danrlng ran rnjny pUaaant aranlng h?ra Mr. a?4 Mr* Bartwy Willlaai ?n playlug la Bafaia ? ?> i . i PfimctTur firt tr Tiot, V T ? Aboat an* a'elaak tkia Moralag tba larga Moak allaatad na th? ?nra?r of W Blur a ad A4*m ftrwU tagalhar with a larga brlrk balidlng la *?. raar with ??m?l w<>odra b'uldljg*. *tt tut all I rt aauatrd by lr?. Tba t?l?r*ri. at wu m wa fo?ld aarrrtala at* a* follow* Blrg* ft Brother, -ckalr fhatorj, ^rlarlpd arrapanta. loaa fr?ia t 4) oon to >:won, laaurrd fr?a M<*? to *10 U00 fallow* k -Onrpa. rar pantrra *< , |n?? inlinort W T. Dafli, .rarer lo*? aahanwa. Wat. Rua-t.-vl laa *3 000, la*arad l.i?o Mn II Whttlork. brttaanla war* aaaafartory ln*nr?d to aoaa ??t?nt. loaa aot Itawa Tba thraa atnry krlrk raar balldtag waa or-aplrd by Prllrwa ft Cotya, with planing marhinnry ?< "1<M? kaowa. prt bably laraa Tka two Uraa krlrk balldingi a vara awnrd by AWal.am Baah. bad ba.-a royally aoa t raatad baring Wa bomt aboat two yaara ago and j wrra part If Ittaarwd Tha total loaa will prohaM? rang* fmat f*4lt?? to fT&COO Tka dlaa*t*r throw* out of mplo/arnt ab-ul 1M m< a? 7Vay (A. F.) H~k.t j*n* 11 | f)*> ait at la Mlaeallanjr. Joab C BartMt, l'i?tm**t?r at tiraat'a Coraar, 1 Mara . ba* hra* ?rra*1a4 aa a rharga af *??%lliig two WMtara mntalning aioaay. from tka port o?ra uadar kit cbarga Tka trial of I?r Moaaap Clark tad wlfl* forran*lnf ! tka^aatk of Tatkarlaa L Adami it Uwmta, li no* ; goHtg oa at Bawbarypart, Maai A aoTHi'it baa baan mad* la tka Canadian l.agla\ tally* Araaaikly to abolish lafriaoiaiot for dabt. Tba abolrra arrrarad at Baw Albaor. la oa tba JMIaii TVf? *1 la Baltla^r* turlag th? twk ?? ( lb* J4tk la*. A Wl-r at St turn Halt I.ak*. *tat*a tk?t a katll# On fung kt U?t vlaUr Mtxi Ui? M'iraioaa n4 tk? litail In liaa*. la aktak th? latur loat forty kM. , TV :?ti?n af PprinftUM *? . ? a?cnr<1lag to * rr???t r*a?n? ll.m af wkM Majvr Ml ara ?< larrd yi?na? ia Mfr*? ag?nt ??? r?kka4 at BnrHrfgtnn. ft. ? tka Wk teat . ot M <M la MlUnt Ik* BarUngtna baak Bi*aaal'> 4? Mnatnaqaloa. na trial at fit LnaU fur , tka amrd-r ot Tboodor* R l?rnta ait*airU4 lama It "?Wrl? an ik? lltk laat. kf taklag Ira avaaaa af Unlama tla ?? ralt*ra4. bat tk? trial ka<t ta kr ?t?ppa4 for tk? VUm ? ? * :tt .JTw iti.n-Ai* *< y , . * J,1 T71 1VT T71 " ih ?y Hi TELKGKAPfllf INTELLIGENCE. TU1KT I-riRIT OOIOKIIIi riB?T ammo*. >! ?>? MT MOUS'S lUONttlC TRLMEAPS. W*?hihuto(?, June 2T, ISM. The Sopplementary Ccojuj bill iu Ukn up and Mr. Tooti'i revolution, In relatkn to prooeedlnge la New Mexico, effered jreetrrday, iu taken up, amended, and adopted. THI OALirOBRIA ql) MTieK? mb. ?I1ITI>'( SH EOW After the eonaideration of morning buaineu, the Omnlbua bill *u again taken up. Mr. Wkbbticb addrcteed the Senate. He eald Mr. Soull'a amendment th oppoeed to the immediate adm 1mIon oI California ae a State, providing, aa it dlda certain eondition*. which muat be Ant acted npon by California in convention. In hie opinion, It waa high!/ expedient to admit California now, and to give her w a proper poaition In the Union, and to give her mch powers m are necessary to enable her to rtroln with the other orb* of our politic*! system That, he believed to be the general, although not unanimous, sentiment of the country Sh* had sufficient population; her cane was preasing?no otto, r State ever presented herself here under circumstance* so peculiar and pressing The emigration to that reuntry was Immense?one hundred thousand emigrant* would reach her shores this year. The question then wasWhat la to be den* wlt\ California? lie did not think it sab to longer delay her admission, without looking to the alternative ot her separation from the Union. He did not think it safe to delay that measure until another *e?*ion. lie thought it expedient then to admit her at once, if there were no insurmountable objections to such a eeurse; and what objections were there presented by the Senator from Laul*lana. (Mr. Soule ) The first claat was, that acoordlug to the bill there was no s?curity to the I'nlted States In the Cubllc domain in California; and the second related to er boundaries, which he considered too large. Inexpedient and unnatnral. He proposed to remedy the first da's by sending back the Constitution ot California with instructions to amend It, In certain forms and the arguments of the Senator were to the effect, that if these conditions were not imposed and agreed to. the erection of the territory Into a State would deprive the United States of all control ov*r the nublic domain. Mr. Wkimtkb proceeded to consider" and answer Mr. 8ori i:'s argument upon this point, contending that the lOTirdintj of t BUU doe* not cover and hold public domain, of nece**ity. If a peopl* settle upou land* unoccupied, form themselves Into ? Btat* government, they acquire the ownerehip of the unclaimed land; but if a peopl* eettle upon territory belonging to any country, how could the formation of government by that people direct the owner of the oil of hi* right of ownership. and rest the ownership In the new (lovernment? The Tutted State* ewned California; how thrn wa* the erection ot a State government to direst us of that cwnershlp ? The right of the I ml. d rttates to hold land vai the KUDU ?s that ol an Individual, exsept that the former held It only for one great purpoee?to sell. Mr Wisirta maintained that the wage, practice, judicature, and laws of the country, were nil against the suppr.kitioa that California became proprietor ot the public domain within her border*. What. then, wa* there In this case to lesd to the overturning of all the practice of the past' California had expressly, upon the face of her constitution, admitted the ownership by the Vnltcd Ptates. of the pnblie domain. In conclusion. he appealed to Mr Soulr to reconsider thl* question. and withdraw his objections connected with the public domain Mr Webatrr next considered the question ot boundary, rrafflrmlng hi* position, that no better boundaries oculd poeelbiy have Wn chosen than thoee defined by tbe constitution of California. He contended that Bouth California would be of no value for lave labor, the soil and climate actually forbade It. The disposition evinced by the people ot that part ot the country had bern to exclude alavery from their mid*t. The Bouth could obtain nothing practioal f. m sucb a tmsiou Wa* it not better. then, under all clrcumstano s. to admit California as she I* ? II* had no part in the acquisition of theee territorie* ?he wa* no prophet, and U needed no prophetie vision at tbe time of their acquisition to foresee the consequence* whleh must follow that measure. These conaeauence* were now upon u* A* an American, ho was deslrou* of settling the difficult les Impending, and In tbatsDirit. arivncfetffd th? bill now uodttrooDiidMrilioa. Mr ?1>lrr??fJ tb? Htatla in rotation to hit *< ur?e and view* upon tho Mluuuf ? la tbe rouree of hi* n-uiark*. maintaining that ihe WMtllM Ibtl Mr. Cilhtun *m in hw of that lino, ?n Ineorraot; k< dnlirtd thti h* would atfri mtk? it a MI* <r*n ion 11* would rote for 'bo ponding intendment. but if It ?u rejected, bo would rot* for tb? biM wit bi>ul it. Mr. Bjhwiil next gddre??ed tho 8eaato In iapr>rt of Ihe rlt;bt of tbe South to <(a?lity la tho nion with tbo North reporting tho *tory of Northern apKTfMion and inoult. and defending tbe In-tltuti"u it Urery; maintaining tho right of tbo South to protictlon In their otare property. under tbo lag of ' tbe 1'nlted 8tate*. wherever It floated. In eonrlu- | aioa be declared hlmtelf In favor of the ?zton*ioo of . tbe Mi>-ouil CompromiM) lino Mr I'.>01 > fallowed, with additional remark* In rein- ' tton to Sir Calhoun'* ground ta favor of noa-Intervention Mr r.ftt 1 replied to Mr Foots, maintains that tho nrn-!nter?entlon for whleh Mr (Calhoun contended, Vaa.thr tabh'hmeat of territorial government* without any provision In relation to aiavery.thua giring tho . Hon 1 h an equal chance la tho leltlenient of the territories. Mr Davia. of MlMlteippl. alaoroplled to hlaeolleogae with much marrath. Intimating that tho bill could n*v?r receive hi* rote Mr Pari* wa* frequently interrupted In hi* remark* by Mr. loote. and eort of conversational debate wa* continued bet witn the partioo, until half pa?t foar, when tho K* nate adjourned. Hotue of ltepreaentatlrea. at um't mzMCMMm' Truwmr* WtiHi?cm, June ST. ll'iO. vnr roirvrrrm twmo* caaa. TV. 1lf.nu IhmadUlrl* nm to lb* r< wldtrtlkii ?f th* r*p?rt of tba Comuiltt** on ' KI*rtlor?. on tbo memorial of D.9 MIU?T contorting tbo ??at of Wm Thnnpmn. fitting m*mbor from lb* flrct Congreaotoaal dlitrlet of tow. Mr M< OinuNir flij that At* m*mb*ra of tha romnlttM) had dreldrd to rrrflft th* vol* of KMNfill*. 1 rd NT'? of the nine r?J?ct?d tho T?t? of Boon town hip Thli would *l*rt tho loatoilMt; but otwttbrim4i(| tbla. tbw >? d< aioerat* of tbo cobbIUm lit** >l< > .J. <1 in faror of tbo fitting m*mbor Mr (wblg) of Mirjluil. followed In faror of Mr Minor Mr llxku. of Trnn*M?o. Mr Lrrri-aa. of low*, ud Mr A*mu of North Carolina (all d*inoer*Uj idf'<Mtrd Mr Tbompaoa'arlalm. Mr Critn. (df m ) of ft . r??* DOtlM of hla Intention to ?ot? lhat tbo rot* on tbo qnaatloa bo Ukoa to morrow. tw? rwiTH of jrt.?. Tbo Prmrt liM b*ft>*o tb* Hon** a fomraanloattn* fr< in tb* bMld of aulpri of tbo Motional Moaan??nt Inviting tb* mambarato join with tboaa In *?l*bratlng tbo fourth of Jnlj (>n motto* of Mr Itkioi, (dom ) of , tba In?ltatt?m wna are*pt?d Tba IIoin tb*n ?d> urn?J Affairs In WuklngtM. vu srsc r*L m-coiAi-mc nnr.tTnr. W***i*orw, Jnaa It. 1M4 Till* bu hf?n an lntan?Iy uilou lay la th? Raaato Mr CJay Mp*rl*4 Uia tnl? oa tka Miaaoart . Coaipromla*. but ha waa ta (l?? II Tka triaada of Ik* Omn!baa lllll ara uloom7 at Ik* proap#<-|. Old Taafc la r??l; to iai**r tka rail ai4* la rrlatloa ta Ufa Mviiro Tka eablnat ara drllf ht*d with tka a?w? from Saata F? Tba Brnton and Fool* Commltta* tloaad tkalr lafcora to .lay with a " ?? M*f?a Foot# and Pol. Framonl It ta apprakradad by aom* p>nnn> tkat tka anatmw?j katvaaa Foot# a..d Daala. la tka Hoaata. I? not aailad rnafMnn aad dlatra?t la tkf oedar of Ika day II V ran?Mly rapnrtad, today that ft R ftobkia. Flr?t A "M??t ro?tma?t' r c}?n?ral. Jaaaaa flaydar. of P#na?*l*aala. and tvaaty tkraa athara. alarka la tka Foat oflaa bapartaiant will ka raaiaaad Nil vaak Caart af Apjtaala. luat. Jun? it, 1 Wo Ko? ? M, 54, 3d. and M. argaad Mall rail ara. lii.Tiatir, Jaaa ft. I MO. fall?-d to rr*rk ua Tm 0Tt*Mi?n*T ?Tha Phlladalpkla hrfnryr. of th? '/Tth laat . ?po*klaf nl tha araldanl to Ika al?aMbnai M..?nt?<n?r ar ftraadyal*. my ? Jaat prarUua lo U> d^Mtirt. Ml Mwtil. 0/ M?t Tr rk t ho pilot, to p^MfVig of tha bttt ?M ()? ?a? fnarrlad lo a yonng lady of that ?-Hy Thara <u t mall pari v at frtoad* prwal. i?m? of ?hn? rani aln<d o? hoard lb* boat t'apt Tat?m had *o?a to Haw Vork a Haw ik;> atara Baraly to ae?o?p?*7 tha MovtMlnaar o* W mtara to thla '<ty Pka ?? * tlraty ??4fT tha "?ii???i| of tk? R?f Yorfcata. Tha XntiNntt Md* ?ir?lt*nt tisa. runoiaf at *W>?t or Ivtit; all#* par knar "b? |>*??ad k; Capa W?t abrnt rna odoak. ?k?i? Mr Martta tha pH l?fl tha ?b?. I la rbarffa nftba am.M pilot an t a pan Inn Tka ?ao?ad pilat aipraaami >ni> doubt M ta al? raftlilili of krliflt| tha ataaaiar up aaMy, and Martin toM film to rtaar a anrthwaat *?wra? ThallfMa t Nnlnwn. Capo May. and tha Rraady vlna aboal. aata I* alfkt at tha tlaa Mr Marti* kavtaf glix tha naoaaaary Infwdallti aa to tha aooran to ba par Mr d raMrad I n l ba nA*r aabla whara b?? ?a? Ma ivailial H bar wyany mm tka baat Mraak WMM ha waa ahaaiH trnm tha akoal. tka aaooad pilot par >w 4 a MrikvM r??ri* kaft a r? ay?riabta dtafaaa ' *4; K'tafM*'' fab * tt' iu4 as*- ' t> ' ' 1 W YO MORNING EDITION?H fpi m th* light boat bat the effect of th* tide mi/ hare throws him iwmie dinUsw from th* true eotrM. ?ai the stone pile of the olJ light house. which wai b?DiMk the surface of th**itw. aaddenly ek?oliitil tb? career o( th* boat Th* engin* at th* tin* wm making twenty revolutions per minute which I* powerful enough to Mud th* bout shoiMl with *arprlslu( speed. 8b* ran on th* pil* of stone* to about th* wheels: th* bottom, u cl sides, end bow. w.re crushed is. an d th* water commenced runninit into thu cabin A w#n* now rn*ued among th* small part/ on boarA that iuajr be Imagined. Th? stern romiuruot il siuklng Dospair seised fov a moment upon thu people on boari. but the/ In a few minute* collected their scattered s-nses. The bow bvlng high and dry th* passengers fought that part for saletr, and ther* tb?y remained About an hour and a half from th* disaster, th* Now York steamboat Kennebec, on th* passage from that plao* to this city, et*pped and the mind* of the paMeogara and crew ot th* Mountaineer were roou relieved from farther apprehension The steamboat Robert Morrte, from Cape May, coming up about h*r uiaal time, took Severs! of the passengers. a aiong whom were two ofthw Mr Heyb?lds. who arrived In Philadelphia about halfpart on* o'clock yesterday. Tbe Kennebec brought up the remainder pome time in the afternoon. The Mountaineer wa* the fbste*t running steamer on tbs rlrer Delaware. She wa* worth about (AO 000. It waa thought that very little of her would be eared She ran on th* stone pile at half high watar; and at tba la*t account* tbe rushing tide wa* making sad haro? of her upper deck and ladies' cabin. The (tern I* iunk in ten feet watar. Tbe steamboat Ilealopen was despatched yesterday afternoon, at four o'clock, to repair to the wreck, to nave. II portlble the furniture. machinery. Ac. Her Ion* will b* much regretted by the l'blladtlphiaos, as well as tba Ddanriau. aptrlsr Court. Before Judge Paine. J.,mm 4ft !_&*> hr r.... n^_ nil JJot ritTbU >u aii action on a not*, and the defence >u that a prevlou* *uit had been instituted againet other partire to the tame note; and that the plaintiff *m thereby debarred from proceeding again** the pre.M'nt ?i< frndaoU. My dirvotioa of the Judge a Y<rdirt waa entered for the plaintiff. for the ?um of (2,:S31 40, nuhjfft to the opinion of the Court on caae to be made. Security on appeal being waired. .htavlt ami BalUry.- Ckarlrt B. Iluntingdnn *#. Myrr s Mym ? ThU wa* an aotien for aa*ault and battery, arining ont of an altercation rrnpaetlag a note for >900. end* reed by the plaintiff. It appeared that Urfi auk id the plaiutiff why the not* wai not paid Huntingdon *aM he would not pay It; that ha wa* uot legally bound to do no Some angry dlacu**lou enanrd. and Myer* told Huntingdon to leare tola tore; and be not doing no Immediately, the defendant ihorcd him over against the conutrr. Huntingdon'* manner wai netting and taunting, by hU refueal to pay the note, upon which Myer* jumped up, and in the affray Huntingdon waa puibed againat the conutrr, that waa all of an aiuiult that waa wen by tha wttneeae*. The defendant raid that the plaintiff and bla partner* were a eel of d d (windier* when Huntingdon raid be wax net legally bouud to pay tha note; he al-o nald b* wa* in honor bound to par It. Defendant offered to *how that Huntingdon had racelrrd a cf>mmU)>ion of two and a half per cent to guarantee the payment oj the note, and that it wa* la conM-quence of hi* retunal to pay. under nuch clrrum*tance?, that the term d d iwlndler* wa* u*ed by I nrm 01 11 unuugaon a. 10 The Court ruled agmusl the admlsslou of the tcsti boh y. Jiff. 21 The jury rendered a aealed vcrdict for the plaintiff, (50 80 damages. IUfore Chief Justice Oaklof Jim 36.?Sirpkrn H'httnry n. Ike Mayor ft. ?f 1Y(W York?Thia case, which baa been contested alnee 1843, and now cornea down from the Court of Appeal*, baa been already reported. It was an alleged lafrlngemxn* on a wbarf, and a verdict waa taken ft>r the plaintiff, ( he amount not stated ) subject to the opinion of the Court, on a ease to bo made. Before Judge Paine. Jim* 27.?Indignity to a l-ndy?Strpken \rh and Lewis, Kit H\fe,? tiro B mil,am, H'm HTCnUrnuni Thot. Bnrymmn,?The plaintiff. Mrs. Neb. keeps a thread and see die store in this city, and on or about the 1st NoWlkN l*?t. went Into the store of defendant Williams, which la situated at 141 Spring street, corner ot Wr>o?ter. to purchase certain nrtlclcs in her lins of bu?lne?s. The other two defendants are elerka of Williams. It la alii ged by plaintiffs, tbat after Mrs. Neb had mad" the purchases alluded to. and had paid over the pnrcbasa money for the same, she was charged by defendants with having purloined slid secreted about her person certain articles of the defendants'. The pollse were called, aad Mrs. Neb conducted through the subtle streets to the station Prfrndsnts Uld ruds hand* upon the person of Mrs Neb. for the purpose rf asrt-rtaioing whether said articles were secreted about her. m- m .. -i - ?w. ~ - sa? ti .IIS - ? w? waa ebligrd to go Inta the eaemy's camp f->t witnesses, but be hoped that even lr<<m the evidence ol WIllUwi' own clerks, he would He aMe to show enoagh to establish his care, namely, that Mrs Neb suffered great ludlgwitiea, having been stripped and searched, sud that nothing was found atareted on her. The defence la. tbat Mr Williams was not implicated at all In detaining or searching the lady, and that Mr MH?ald?n had I""* i"*"" " eiuM tktt ?br bad aerretad Hon' g*>'?l?; and that Iktriaitn ?ii Mill to the police off!*# by M'i'aldra A witueaa, naK*d Thompson. de| o*ed that h > N -h >pmaa witl defendant at 141 Spring rtrwl; thinks ha rvrullrrt* aeraing Mr* Ni-b >oin> (Ire or nlx mouth* lure. the harded *lln*M t f.'> note, aid ho gar* It to tkr rkiblar; M'Caldea. no* of tha drlrnJiotl who la hopwalker rem* to Mr* Kib and Mknl her to n?i | up to ihe d> >k . >b? raid P\i li-vl nothiulo J ?uh I.In. and aaked mr for hrr change. V V?|i|ei aald roiaathing to hrr ?' I'll I < ..I l.| ||> I h' ar and *b' th<-n - . I - Mm,I undriatand you.'' aba aalked up villi M Caldrn to the dnk; I do not know whether rlw got bar rl.aiigr ?.r not, Mr. Wllllauie ha J Wft tba flora, raying tbat ha wai going for th* poilca Mr Jm T. Ilrady otyaclad to anr totlnoay of tba conduct of tba dafcnJanta, Mal'aldea and ll?rrym?a, bring ultra aa agalnal Mr. William*, ai.ar ha lait tba tola. Mr Marah rriitendad that ha hail ahuwn that WllHam* raid ha waagoing for tha poll**, ail tH*t h< ha l a right to ?bow tbat Mr* Nub waa dntaiiw d by livrtjnian and Utlldin. Tba Court ruled out tba qneatloa. KxeapteJ mtni'U continued?Mr*. Nab remained **at*d In tba atora for Altera luinute* balore tba polieaiaaa came; the p<4lren*n Jld not eoai? until iflar Barry man weat out to tha atation bowo; Mr* Neb waa very dlfllrt.lt to ba rutted, aad wliaeea'a attention waa drat attracted lo ber by Mr. VlUiaai lillowtag him aad Mr*. Neb about the Mora. Mr Lord. No Mw fprlng ?treat. leporad that ha m* Mra Nab la tba atalloa liuuaa oa the iwcaaloa alluded to, raw herflrtt lu WooataV atreet. ou her way to tba a'atloo horna; Mr' alden war aceoapaaytug h*r; It not *arw whathar tha pollea offleer waa with theai or not, my atteatloa waa attracted by earlnalty. Mr Ilrady called aa tha Court toesrluda Mr William* in in the raepnaalbiltf y of tha acta of McCaldaa. Tha Court aald thara waa aonia alight arldaai* to eraaect hlai with tha traaaaatloa, aad he ooald a >t graul tha appl trail on K leapt ed to, aa tha aaparata art of MeCalden. for which William* aad lUrrjau ar* not re*poa*lble w iIim-m eoa tinned Mr Met aldea m??i? m aomlliliil thai hf ?u*perted the lady ?f havlag "iw of Mr William* ? food* n.tieealed boat her p?r?"n, Caat Ix acTia f<(4?r>4a? ?u?ImiIii, tba lady wa? ordered to walk Into Ihn took roow far lk?y?rr><*. a elc? oScrr ??il la *lik kt; I dot t iklan MrIdea went into tb? r?< at. doa't ree?)|e?t CnnoiaaM- Old not w? anr intrrk m?<1? Capt Dnaona d?pae> J to Ik* ?>nk Msf ordered | b> a?k?d Mm N?b It (he taa willing to ba eear?h?d, aad ?h' did not ?t>rt to It ; tki*k< that Mr MnOald?a re.|ue?ted the eeareh to he ni?<1? and went lata the rwi white the oImt ni ?arrkl*( Mr? Nr?>. After tbr eiaminatloa of other ?lini-???. Mr. Brady ???ln mofH lor tha dl?ml??al of William* aad Berryante aad tb* Cowl directed the Jury to acquit tha d<-fradaaU W illlanx and Rerryman Two nr thre? I the Jury aall that that waa aot their frdlrt. aad lk*t eaulJ ant eoneeteatloaely *|fHi ta It? that th?y li?bf??d Mr Willlamt Mi tha whule prorenting* tralntrt Mra Neb on torn TV Judge aaid that It waa a aiara tepl a'-tloa, ralllag lav the ArMoaof tha Coart. and that their nrdlrt oa that point wv a Mere matter of form, and thai If he had rnmmlt ted aa error la the legal *oaelailwi ta whleh he had arrived that error auuld aad would ba forreetrd by the roort ahora Mr Mareh cwteadeg that the Court had ao power tn efmnrl the tnr* tn aire a rerillrt rnntrarr to their own rnllnfn ; and that. If Ul? Jndga ao rnl> a It It 4o?ld b? flirts u lk? r>rd?r of tho Cotrt. and lot th? irrtltt of lb* jury T*? Jnry tb?-r?upon awrilH to tbo titling of th? Court and a trrdkt *u tb? n ?nt*r?d of na<|?itt?l for Wllllasii and Harry man and tha anoa ?a< aabmlltad to tha Jnrjr *f*ln>t McCaldan alooa. Yardiet for tha plaintiff*, tub PMItkal l*t?lll|fMff. Tii (wait tan tmc Cant inmiii ? A maatlnf w*? h< Id t Pprlngn< Id on lk? I At h ln?t . to rtnldnr too iuh]?rt of Cow prom la* bftawn th? North and Aoa'h R???lutlona atrongly dvorntlng tha pr?p?aitt<>n of th? ftanato ?'?nltlra wi>ra pna??d a? tba onljr oouraa to d*aan4 bnt few mrlleta on tha port of aithor inrlloa rntnam ran two Cama??ni.-a mooting waa bold In Wilmington a ^<? dnya aln?a without regard to pnr1y. and atrong raaolntlnna In lamr of tba Vmp roan i mi of tbo Commitw-a of Tblrtoan adopts Mii?( C. I flr*traa ? Thraa mora bMM* for TT. I. Pannier ?rra bad In tha Main* l.?glaUt?ra. on tba tM Inat On tba Inat ballot tba rota atood-laalln. *; Irani 9; Andararn 14; Tnlno, t Pinorl 11 Woodan la tha whig randldot" for Cotfraaa, In tba FUtb dlatrlrt of Mlaacnrt. M?i*? IT d gr^tron -- Annthar nn?n*a?a?ftil trial mn> n xna mnrnai ni in? iwm M Ihfttlh to *l#rt C. S Baastvr, M?a II>ibb?rd kM wllhdr??o kl? HtTfmitl mf imHuMMlt. l)r Dr. V V fall*. Dr Pfcll* 4?!|iht? Hob 0?n f*a??r?n. P?nn?y1?anla. Hon Jndg'K D <*td?n N?? Jrrmrj. and 14" < tk*ri. irrl??4 y?r??rd?T al th? llmtaa C?H P otTT. M Utb. U I. V.f J * " Willard, Tr?f. Md SI Mb<-ro. arH?*4 la (kti tiff, J*mUrJ?r ?al took

rw?4W Ite i<Mr Hnoaa l> L Rrala* I'. * aad It otkarr ?rTl?#d J?U* ItT mi) (ml ro??i at tk? * >Hw? tk? i aaaitvr of arrival* at tb# k*t<4* h iktmkr /Mirthf, wm m ? RK E RIDAY,, JUNE 28, 1860. THE zrzAaA&Ai mamma TIIE CUBA QUESTION III EJfGLMD. THI THI LATHIT, ico., fee , *o. Tb? itram (hip Niagara arrirwl at Boat cm at six o'clock en Wednesday afteruoon, aftxr a puugi of f4eTfn Auj? and nt?d honra. whkk ti equal to twvlre day* and four hour* to Dill port. The following ware the quotation* of American ?*enritit-a in London, on the 14th Int.: kthntl. Iblmuifi. Pri**. United State*...... per et 4ollac. irtu >1 a 9t Ditto " 1*9 KM aliM Ditto . ? " 1MT KM a 107 Ditto " MM 1M alOit; New York State... I " " 1M-M M a W FeaneylTnale - ? - 86 a Sf Ohio f ? ? 1KM MU Uttto .... ? " 1N?? 10U 101 HiMMhiMUi ? " rtarY law 1of alOH MarjUad... ...... " Mrs. - N UN KIM. ( I'lant'ri* Bk I ( - IB41-W M a W Ditto. (I'aiea itk)? " ? 19 a m Alabama " 4?U?r. IMS 70 ? Ditto " Mer"* IllM-V-M 7? a ? irftiata " " lrtCT-71 WX? MM The Kmperor of Hus?ia h?'l declared hi* intention not to interfere in Oerman internal affair*, and thai be wonltf mipport that groat power, which wa^firH attacked by the other*, on account of any difference* arixing out of the Oerman quention. Abd-el.Kadcr i? seriously ill at the Castle of Ambri**M Thiers :irrived at Leonard'* on Tuesday evening, on a rlult, for a few day*, to the ex-kiugof the Vrench and the Duchess of Orleans, the former of whom U seriously iudieposod. The American etkip Independence, Commodore Morgan. Is on her way to Lisbon, to dernaud a settlement of the American claim* on Portugal. The Congress) at Warsaw, ha* bruk'n up, and the Emperor of Kussi* baa returned to St. Putentiurgh. The King of Prussia 1* recovering rapidly. The Paxon gorernment ban formally apprised the PriiKJiinn r?hlnf?L of iti milrnmnnt fpnm.?K? It ?.?.! T?.? Bason chamber* liar* been illMolrfd. The 8ultan vai to leara Conatantinople aoon after the 26th ult., fur Scio. Ouiar Pacha, who lia< been appointed rankier of Bosnia, hx arrived at Saiouira. Through the exertion* of the Kngiixh amba*<ador, Sentarl. In Albania, ha* been declared a free port. King Otbo waa to leave Athena on the Slat ult., for 87 ra, to lay the flritt atone of tha new port. Aacovnta from Berlin atata that, on the 2d ln?t., a dreadful cataatropba happened at Mewa. to on* of tha many proeeaeior.a of pllgrima going to Lork, on Ita way to worship a miracle-Working image ef tha Virgin, In convent near Naumark; 130 peraona, ohiefly women, war* ctouinK tha TUtula in a large kahu or barge, whan, by ton* mismanagement, It up*et, and tank in deep water. Upwards of 100 ware drowned. We regret to report tke oudden death, Vy apopleiy of Wyatt, tha eminent aeulptor, who, for tha la*t twenty ywara. baa been working out thoae graoei'U| ereatioua of the chlaW which enrich ao many Kuropean and Britbh galierie*. Among the flatter* in Pari* la M Metternlch He ia anxiou* that European government* ahoaid return to the atate they war* two yeara ago, and preaohea a riMkAdu dcBiArr&ev TJif Rrcnli of One Wr?k In IQnropr. (Knim the London standard of kr. ed?tn .Inno 15 1 Throughout the week there h?? heeti a political calm In all part* of the continent. In I'arl* the only lubject ol lnterert U. the dlirncolon In the regulative AiwiiMy, and la lha place* where men do congregate " on the propo*e4 irrant to tba President. The comtnliwlon appointed to ronalder thl? malt r arc ?till In deliberation. and -ii.' day* will p?? before ttieir report ba made known. In another column we hare referred to l.ouU Pap<-l*<?u 'a application, and com mm ted upm II In the eplrlt wbieb anionic all right thinkln ; m*n it biia railed f"itb Pr???dent U evidently on tha . k. r ..f ul.u It y. Ill tlae Unj "l H" he visited It Vaentln. on tl>a opening of the railway, and gave away In Mini*. to WArkitirm-n and charitable institution*, nearly *>?<*> <tm>c* Tlia Con>rr?a of Btatea at Krankf.rt ha* re?um?d ita rilling*, the entrance of the plenipotent larici of lle??a Darna'.adt and Ptrrlita baa been aunoanoed; Bavaria baa withdrawn h? r declaration ol re-erve, or rbjection to the admlaaion of the plenipotentiary of theIJraad Duke of HoUteln-LrfiU) nliurp. (tha K Iof Denmark;! Ctiiat Thin einlalned that lha CaagvaM h?d to d-al with the ipeciai interest* ol tha (leruiin Bond, and that the riglil to take part in Die 4btMd n? mid not be refused to the aoverelf'n of IIo| teln I. tueoburg, without ameludltit; that Duchy from tha Confederation The plenlpol'-ntlario* ol Piu-?ia. and th??? Mat-.# wbli h rvrotvtd at Berlin to appear at tha Auatrlan Con#re??, weie not pre**at. The Out* Xtilkng -tate< that the unfavorable reception of Prince fehwartienbur/. the Austrian \Iinl*t"r, by the Rmperor of Kur>la at Wareaw, waa not ?o much occasioned by any MMnMlM ktt by tba Crar to the polcy ol A Untrla, a- by a can*- personal to blmtell. The Kmperor ol Au?'ria vat invited to lf?rraw to meet hit imperial majisty. and accepted the Invitatl'n . tin- Kiuperor of Utip-ia wa> tk?Tiloca, I Ah *\irptl*? d anil displeased when Prltioe Mi-hwartasaburg , arrived In arltig a letter ot apology for the emperor * abM-nr* The nine Journal state* that the vKpres?t<>n* ol the Curat the fancied *IUItt were not very in.-asrred and he referred with *onie bitterness to th? forgetfulu?-m eihlbltcd of hi* i?rrle*i to th* empire in Ilungarv. The Mo* of Pruaala la r*cnr?rlng from th? wound b* rwtnlly nrfi?ni Negotiation* are b?lnj esrrN M between the government* oflirrit Hritaiu an J I'ru-ila regarding (he treatment ?t p'4ltlr%l rnfuge<<* Th* I'm-* rematra etlll in an unsettled *tata of mln<1, fr? m th* <uivfiiUntt e*er-l?e 4 orer him br th French troop*. Th>- \nlipami that the Austrian* are auilov* to get hit Hollnri* Into th* ir hand*. aallo 1 obtain ?U|in ?i? rnmnjan l In K??n?* Th* French go- ! Tirnment ha* been *d<1l<'l with the eijienne of pa placing I'll. K*uo on th* throne, and ar* jealeua of In llhmire In Italy by <->t r ration*. Th* hwor of I replacing lb* I'on* in the Vatican i* certainly gr*at, I tipMluy when H la foa4dered thai th* a*t wai die- I tat*d and *i*euleU by a pmfewlly republican gorr rnm*nt agalnat tb* wl?Le? of the Room people, who. endeavoring to fre* them ? !** from moaarrhleal deapotuB. Wrr* Mrvgu'llng a? til" rr-neh nallon ja?t before had b*ra. for political and religion* freedom ! Tb* Rfert In Bn|land of the Cab* Babltla. |from th* f.lrarpool Mail, of Jan* IS ) General l.opei. the barn of th* Cabaa r*>4. Iw< proved h1m**lf to tie fa? eontemptahl* a thief at ee?r picked a pocket II* landed at 'laHlu*. a 'mall town, fir* day*' march from th* llarannak on the 17th day "t llae baring abont '.l?l ? .mra l?* in Ml llf .'Iiir.l Ihe |irnr t rii r * k h*l no mean* nf defending htm?.|f, robbed Mm of all the money h* ; |<o***e?*d r*-emhark*d la the (teamer h* came in tl*d I* Key WmI and then to larinnth. In th* Oalted Pta1?* leaving hi* fnllrver* t" tt. Ir-at* t* ti* (hot or Inearr.-rated In 4t*(eei< It ta aot *aid how *?rk money or plait* Popea oh i talaed. but It waa money he wanted, eo dowhi he let* all he eowid And. dad that, p?rfcap*. waa m ire than h* eioert.-d He made kl. *af-l? thonrh hotlf puriwJ. Md In hi* ba*ta/w>ga< lo Imk i alugla d?>llar for hi* viol lata. It I* -l?!H (hut tba hand nnd?r I.opat ?! only | part nf lb* axpadltlon Wr tr? n<'t anra of Ikk Too many would I> trowMraoai" la abating lb* booty. If tiara i4k?r fnrw. lhay ha?a not yat b?*n hf?4 at If Ikr; lo a >ma. tha ?poniard* ?r<- praparad to giro tin ai a warm ram pUoti Tka otbar ihiaraa whom l.npraUMik with lila * ra for tba a<Mt part eltliraa ?f tba lalt *4 Stata>. daaparata wr?tahaa. tka aruai al Ilia A martoan aimy that Inrndad MmIm, dl? fb?|Hl MOW of rimiaf. ami r>*'ly ta join la at/ advantur* for tkr naka of plnndar. l.op>'? la no* in Amrrira. and tha (a?? Ion ari*a?, what will tbagnvarnnant of Washington do with him f lit ltd bla rnnMilom ir> plml'* it4 IIiImm Th y kavi rnamltM at njirrnrati I f-lonr la t M|t but friendly reunify Tha Juatloa of tha ra?a lam** It that thay ba (lam up to tha an'.horltlaa of *piln. to h* d' alt with according tn Hpanl-h law. and Mia law* of all eltillrad nation*. A la trna that ha wti arrrftad and hmaijht bafora tha rlrle m?r?h?l at flarauaah. but at an aharga wa? brought aftalntt him ba waa inatantly llbaratad Wa MNNt Wo #o not Ilk" thl? Tbwl talaly waa anaugk H arldaw* tn warrant hi* kalng haM to hall Ilia own aonfa??lon w*? anffl -Irnt ll? opanly bonatad of tba rohhary and hi' atololta, ta tha trwata nf Parannak. an.I waa rk?arad by hl< awdlanr*, whlrb ahowa that ba h*a nMarWW >ymra?blT>r? m Aniartoa who wow|<| wllllnply join for tha mk* ot#mw nay. In a .Iwillar adaantwra if thar thonghl It loiamhly I aafa Tho ahaawaa ?f a proaaawtor. thar. f^ra. appaara to n? to ba a aham hy thlatlma w> bopa that ln<trw?tlon# ha?a baan raaalar.l front hand I1tt?ari how to art Wa rawoao .Brh aonddanaa in tha honor and jwalira af tha PraaMant. Wanaral Taylor. that wa aaonM harbor tba ?llgbtaat auxplrlon that ha will arrwan tba plraU* lop-f.t'MIM. Itn' t i* Amarte** rltt*?n ?'ll I >h .Jraa ?% attar tfca ll? iii a robhar aa4 a tbWf, I and ha >i ml kt lm(?4 m mch. That thorn mr* at** la A*OTir?. ahta>r and l?r?-4?nlar* who , h??? |onf h?4 an ntIni ?y% an Cnh* U fll kiiwi Tha llatiMkk la a pirnr- <* laiM? trad- That trada might ba lw?r?*?*<J taa fn'.fl If tha ABfr?rV%n? ba t pnm- I ? ?V w r.f H ftul Hart atari no h? |t?UM at tha aty??n afj?H?a t la lh? #p? ,?rd ta W r i t uraaaa f?t*l? nptiHatui d??ir.. to h? aaaar iMitfa*inr<r? tn l-j- t nd th* Irnn'^f trada ' la ?hort ?h? A IT- rlraa ftirrrnnvnt wo aid ha far tftf dl*fra<-?d If thrj w*rt to Hwhaiit* ixh uplritioa<, or alia* Lof?i rmi hl? oo ptralaa ta wa^r f?r*tB tha ffttrapoan T1t???. J?*? 15 1 Th? rrltlrt^B# it? (fea fnir-t* 'if i''nM wM?-h !,??? ?M??-arM hi lh? j"am?l? ntl(ht a? >?|ii? th* Indlgwant and In-alt"! patriotism which thaf br* ?vh*. hit? p-?urd ? tkt* ??<H < tha ????r, [ERA "J * ' i' I" -- C r J for they are In unlaon with the tone of the Mmrliah. French, anil Hpanuth preaa on tho*?me sahjert Krrrf rn>|in lablo American feel* hi* country roinpriiutm-d by these outrageous attack* on neighboring State, with whotu no niUundoratandlcg e*l?ta, or I* likely t>> *rcur The state of society in the ('uion ia. doubtlea*. very dissimilar to any known under the order gorernmrnU ?f Kurope. and It furor* tho congregation ot large maeaca in any limn ap>>t, where plunder U lik-ly to be gain? d. l-y embarking in any enlerpriae, however dvsper.ite Tho hundred* of thousand* of emigrants who reach tho American ahoro* annually, from every part of the old continent and Ureal liritain, Bust In the nature of thing* contain many to whom ancb an enterprise a* that in which I.opet and hi* followers < iiih*rk< d, would proomt attraction* greater than the pursuit of honest industry; and. tlu-rcfore. It br??nica the more imperative on the part of t'oogres*. to oortail, by peremptory enartinenu. the power of Huch population to do misrhief. Difficulties May. doubtless. present tkrmwl?i>a. ftrr the fart of every State of the 1/nion bvlng independent of the federal (ovrrnineut. in the making of it* own lawa, ia i??nown. e*eept In the new worlit; but tho aubjnet ia auflriently important in it*eit to en?|j>K<- the attention ot the date*' legislature*, aa well as tKe aggre;.?te representative* at Washington. The probability ia, that, without *ome mch guaranty, the leading European government* will combine to secure the ludependance of eouutriaa contiguous to the American continent, which may not be atrcng enough to proteet themselves Eirn note, rumors prevail that h'l liner aid Kim land, di ignited at tin lawitit pro eeedirgi perpetrated in Cuba, v ill teeure, by a treaty, the emltnuanee of that itland to Spain?prompted thereto mi myth by a feeling of telf-inlerett for their own puiretiiotu ik. n-.mi r>.i,? *- ) ik~i -r v/ ii..?. ? i.. j: . at Uk* ritfid vrMch liarr irerntly htrn toitnriltJ. 8och a treaty la by no meant improbable.and.however (lintantePal It may be to the American nmertiuunt, they u?uat attribute It to their own lethargy or IndlflVrence in not houner adopting meaaures to auperaede exterior aid If tbe people of Cuba had evinced any dU*ati?factio? with the condition of thing* in that Uland?if they had made aa unaucceaaful attempt at dlaaevertng theSpaoi?h yoke?the Kuropean power* would have pauaed before adopting utich a policy a* tbe one to which rumor relent; but. In the abeence ot all provocation, they will think that what haa been done lu Cuba may b? perpetrated eUewhere. and that prevention I* better than cure. Thl* will be held to justify their Interference; and the natural quickno** of inatinet, where h*1 f-1 aterc*t 1* concerned. In which the American* excel, might, by anticipating the neceaalty ot auch a ?tep. have prevented it. It may ?ot yet be too lata. Prhe Klght for the Champion'* Belt, Between Mcnill|o and Hudilock. The light to*k place at Mllden-halt, In Huffolk, on Wedntaday morning, June5. They fought 4V round* In 6tt niinut* a. Bendigo waa declared the winner, f u& , dock having 'truck him a foul blow while on hla kneexa t It U Ktatvd, that throughout tbe light, la every point' but in oooIlcmi ot temper and aell-poaaeaaion, I'uddock bed tbe advantage, a* Bendigo from age, ha* become atale, and ha - lout that aurprialng -pnu,; which proved, formerly. ao irrealatlbly formidable llendigo declare* be will net fight another prize battle. Ireland. Yarioua aubjeeta of InWreat are occupying the public attention of Ireland. The aale of the rucumbered eatatea atUl proceed*; but owing to the paucity of bidden. during the week, and the low auma offered for the verloua lota, very little busineaa haa been d >ne. The (econd divlalon of tbe Portarllngton eatatee la advertised for aalu on the Oth of Auguat next. Thla division e< mpriae* H.240.1, acre*, and produce* a groaa rental of *.'! M 15a 4d . the lota varying in value from li.v- the loweat. to iil't the higheet. per annum The tenure* arc chiefly from year to year, but many of th* tenant* bold on leaeew of live* renewable for ever tlreut intercut i* felt in tbe progreaa of the flax crop, now planted in dlatricta ot the aoutbern and midland countloa, * hope littl* hu K*t*n ?rr an tr\r inanw wo?e- TK- ? port* are quit* aatUfactory. anil, if the experiment pr?ve nurceaaful, there will bo a largely increased cul tivatlon nrit jftf. At the lot monthly meeting of th? I l*ter Ha* Poelety. a letter from the I?nf4 Mllh nant tu read, notifyinn a MtUaitM* of the grant fn ui the Tre*?ury of X'l.UW, for the promotion aud ituproTi-iubDl oi the growth of rt*i In ten *outb?rn and weetern countic*. The prefect grant I* thin allocated ? to Cork an>i Mayo, X'JUO ?ach; to Kerry, Mmerlck, and Bllgo. i."100 each, to Clara and Tipperary. ?7.1 each; totialway, Leltrini. and Ito4rommoa. ?b0 mrh Ili* Kxcellency call* for a return of ike detail* of expenditure. OiWrdDpailif .Mr.Reynold* hal a owl unrxprrti'd triumph over hi* tormentor*. the Tory minority of the corporation, the Court of guws'i lleoch hating unanimously refused Mr. Br< w?t?r'? motion to juuli the return that had been made to the ta<in.f? aiut, to the t 0<ct that the vBlce of Lard .Mayor w>i already IliU Thl? ri>imlt ?fnrn Mr #?rnolit< '? ,k- !? lion of til* clvie honor* to thi end nf hi* year of oflae. The lavoiable judgnu ut of the romt ha* taken nio.t people by *nrprln*. and It 1* admitted, even bf aome of hi* opponent a. that tb? y hare uot ooiue out ?l the atfair with clean hand*. Ilangailaa lltfagrr*. The Vienna Mirrvr glee* the t- Howlug a* a correct Met of the refugee* n?w under the kurveilWnce of the 1 Turkhh government ?" Koeauth and t'a-imtr Hathvany. with their wive*. M<*??r< *, l>euibin?ky. the two I'eraccl*. r?llm?ki, Na?rlir?kl. llrlgtnti, Vl*rcikl, A *l>tlh. and tiyarmann. The following have accompanied them voluutartlrPaerenyl. Krettr. liar Kalapa. Warner. Ac*, liaecy, IftUal Mfhajleilci liegeman I.orode. and Tlmaae The following lire 11.1 name* of fhoee who, having embraei d I-Uiq inn are now at Ah ppo: ?Item. Tal>ac*lnky and hi* *on, liali g aud hi* ron (the Utter, remain* a Christian), '/.arrltorky. M?ln. Koi.cthy, ilalUti. N w. cyj. \lfcert, Haratl, Toek. lm?dy. l.?vay aud hi* wife, ^cboff. 8eydeil>er. be bin Ider. and Uriniia Tlie ninety.i Igbt Hungarian refugee* who arrived la tie Pottingir. from Malta, are Mill in Southampton, Krgland anpported by the inhabitant* and front tha Iviiih r< fugi-e fund managed If UM Mltf ittuart. 1 be unfortunate men arenatltca of Polnud Twenty right of them were officer* In the II ungarlan army; tin rot were common *oldier* Yt hen they arrived at Niutlmmptou they were all u'ferly destitute, end Hie oriental Company kindly allowed them to *|ecp on laard tha I'ottiiiger the Ur*t lilglit. and gave tliein ?u| | ?r and hrrr.kla?t Hri 1 liur-lay tb? Mtjr> r?f t> hibauipt"n pla?"*d tb< m at the iiH' tii botrla taJ La bile biiiura in tb* town Tlirrn tb?y rrm*lo*d 11 m fey m4 IiMm, *kn tkcftuli in IminmmI b?lnR Oiau>t*d. tb* mayr tork tb* rominandlaff c.Blrera to hi* rraldi nr* Many of tb* lahabitanl* a.t. '1 ?? t>.ward? ibr "thora. and th? aldlt-r* ??r? wot to rhrap bulging hou>*a lor ahHUr. th* aiaror b?'n* r?-ap?n*lbl? for tli? A rharilab. if aiUihiia baa hum niadt available to Iwp lliriii'ti fr"nMt?rrlnf Cum iioii i flcrt* ar? making to ral** aub'tirlptbina to ??nd thru to Anirrlra It would affwr that all tb* o?r?N aia * mlrii.aDlj and many f tb. 01 ar<-oaipllah*4 ii.'d Itotk mrn ard ofllo?ra ar? warllk* looking. ? Tb* y i>U?ni tb? itrtftnt dlwiplla* among tkramlrM. aa<i tbrtr good n ndurt unJ-T ftratt iiftrliip baa gainrd tLi ni marb ?y mpat by A rnrrwpoinli-iit ?*f?? i in tb* rrrning tbry arrirtd. th* flllrl o| tbla lartt'd l.wol tb* cfllr#r? to iirft ion* frtoad* of llut(trl?? ai d Follab liberty but thry with marh 4rllcai*y dorjinrd. fearing It would *lrlt* an?y. and pr?f?rr*d to remain board to rh*?r and roa.o.1* th*ir mmrail" Th?y ba? a grrat number of Komntk bank la tl Mr pn*.r?wlon Tb?y luifkl for tbat llluatrl"a? man t? tb* la?t . and Una air" tin B?a who ari-om paalad ai d pmt?rt?d blot In bla flight Into Tiirk?y Th*y rata t? parllrulara of lb# night aulft-ring* hair breadth rraprf ai d annj lnt*ra*Ung t>*r?'>nal an^diitM nt tha gr?at, bat fall** Magyar Th*y appear tinlud to ftvaif wh?a aUmliag la roar?r*atina ta tha Naiparav of Ruwla ?r ta tb* traitor U?rg*y. I'rla** Ladiala* Crartrryakl arrived at flo?thainpt"n oa Friday to atrial tb* ri f?g**a. who riprraai l tha pratrat aailatf to aaa tha ??a of no* of I'niaad a patriot* Tka; nrowd*d amuad hi* ko<*|. and th* d?f?r?n<-* aad aff*?tloaat* hoaiaga th?y paid him waa aaoat Mngnlar ? Manyoftkrm abrd trara wh?a tb*y *aw lilai Tb?y arraird to rwllMi In tb* ami mi of tha aoa of Adam Caartoryahl. tka attfM of tkalr nlafortaaaa la tb* lo*a of thvir ikbbm cou a try ' Art, NaaU aad tb? Drama T|t? rar< wrll prrtormanr** ( Mr T 1? I'Mkrwf m> U kii| il tk* futi; TWrt. Nl?* Hlru >*4Mr CImiIm llriktm ?r? 4i(ln|?Uk l"tl ?nrt*rm Ma?t?in.- Oarrla ka> apr<-ar?<t at tha Italian Ofwr*. lor tk? tint lima tkia mm* Ml>i Asm Roaiar lil?b? Ik* p'ima 'linna daring lb* ItirtkroBlii oytnllc mkoi tl Ik* Purr*? Tb*? tr? Mdll* rkwt'<? k*? rHnm*4 to l,onln? 4*' ? < toar Is lk? iroftufM A n?? fkwk; M? WfM?r. IIU*4 1 lf??? kat th? r rm?i> 4<th? fair,' *m MrnrfaU)' |<r?liu ?l ?t lb* llijiBukrt Tk**lr* '? Mm Olotn finally h?? r?tlrr.| from tka >?**?. %ftar |><rfntmtM at tha ."Irani Th>?lr*. tka k?a IMI m w t>3 ye* fa of pn.fraal' aal Ula. M?n<l*lraoba ' <K4ipna Cotfa> ?*' (H p*rfnrm?<t f. t tkr first tl?* la | t Mk. at Mr Aol. r-.iB 4 roarrrt, at Ik* Royal llall.n <>p?ra J?*?y Mil. ?!< Ike Mnrtfll Wn*Wt" hu twnfcwn tkrtagh h?r rwlulkn I* t to r*-*pp?ar lym Ik* ataga H?a will f rf?rai % part la a a* "??r*. vrlltM ?! j,r??.|y Iwr U?* f>m tirro In #-|.-Ura?i?n of tk* alar rl*f* of tka rrown prtnc* with tha danyhtrr of Prinoa Fr*?lrrtok of tka > atkrrtaiid* lb? I' n|-taik>-?l> f fj>ra Hy llal.ry I|4 It.-rlh*.' U TiafMt, ' *w pr'*dar?4 at Ivr ty a Tli<air* taMaak*'* p?rf'>ri?nne? ef <'alllian to mitrrnllf a at i'll> J a* a p> rli rtli tal<>in4ii| di.aU; ?f .i,..I>mI ki.lil.ak IK. ??.< b~ t?? I ?rr^l UutlHittil r*#Mtft ?i-l?l I4? !< rfmail th? (?n l.?i latlr*. (Olrtll. l.<??n*o k* Mr I T tkrri l??n ill Ikf ? <) ! I'*J *n Cpri*. p**w 4 fct* l??t ?taMtn*t Hmi ?? ?h? Bankruptcy ? cmrt ' Tl?# roaail*?to*?r in hta Judf?rat *?? ? tnr1<) hi-lory of tfc? hftbkrapt 4Urirxr. kllHhatlnc hit Mora to ??? of Jwd|arnl Ihaa prlnriptr and latll; ???? Htm maf?rll*??tf without atta'hkog any condition chirlntirf fcia r?ir*tk? \-j ??yir>t that h# tntdH ?H? 1mlMf lawnn ha b*4 rt?rlt?4 muM W of mm l? Ma la fcfut Hfr. Oar bUinw ( I ranlu (Ii )?io?, Jub* 14, IW> lnaa wa wt *? ton ?m the S1>* nH | ? Iro* I* k?< p ik?n faovM Mt oTMm*, ?ha klpno nt* and I' ??l ron?nn>plt?w W>nal t? tm ft atttk ?tr ilwk M th^ II I II LD. : I r iwu ujunts* rate of 26 000 ton* per month, and the present prlea? 46i - Ik Dot fliifOctffBt to Indue* the iron maker* w to* crea*e the production, even If the outlier* (whe ? otlll Mt on mrike) would let them * Cottoh ?Oor market bM keen quiet the laat *MKt ml priori lower. , Pi.oi'k morri (lowly by retail, at 24*. InwaM Corn?1"* to 17? M per barrel. Liid ?A ?aie was made to-day. at 3Ji. M., for MM* quantity. _ Market*. Lifrarnei. Cotton Mottr. Friday, June 14.?tto pre went week opened with only a limited demand; already the trade held a fair eupply? and although their consumption U n<>? nearly restored to the fullaverag* of la*t jear. and although yarn U In good request. yet at the preeeot hljrh rate*. they are not dupoeed to hoM cotton largely. On Krl<Wy. the *ale* were 6.009 balee: on Saturday. 4 000; and on Monday, 6 000 bale*. (> that day the Hlberuia arrived, bringing adrinee ooacurrlng with tboee previom-lj received a* to the UnltaA extent of the preient crop, and the very unfavorable character and prnMO of the next Hut theae advleea were accompanied by the intimation that the coufW of t xclranpe. and the action of the bank*, by who? aid an uaueually large proportion of the eroi ha* been [ held, vpecalatlvely. in the "hipping port*, would InSn' euee prompt nhipmeuU, and that they had already oacantoned a decline la price* there. Thl* ha* indueedl holder* hero to offer ootten more freely; and In the akcenoe of irooddemand the sale* are only bale*. Today. the eame limited demand prevail*; the ealea are about 6 000 bale*, at previous rate* American description* are fretly offered; In the lower and middle qualities a general decline of about >?d perlb he* be?n submitted to; fair and good quklitle* are with out i nanK* nraailD nod Kgy ptian* ?ltbough waif la limited rrqurrt and doll of nl?, bin not mitaritllf rbangrd Id value Surat* am In fair rejuent at about nrevluu* rate*. '2 740 bnl?-? of American. '200 Miranbarn*. 1M Mgyptlao*. and *30otf*ur?t. have been takaa on (peculation; aud 1 !Kto of American l,43o i'eraama, 240 Maraubam, and 140 Parat*, tor elport. SaUi. A 4. Motet. 4. 4. l.V,?7J Mo IfaraahaM ... 7\a K* 40Bi*iae<i do... .% a V>: 1130 Igvptiaa ... 7X a tiff .1211) rpl'd. bow'J,. ,'.Vi 7;, rara ?a ? 1K40 New Orleaa* Mk a # ? We*? Indie* ?a ? .1l<o Mobile b a 7X l?to Sural 4 a M 1710 1'ernam and 40 M?dr?? ?V a &K Paraifco 7', a 8?% ? Seagal ? a ? 1510 Ualiia and Maceio 7\'a 7\ Import#.?To ttilH date, 1150 , 641,030 baai ; MBM time. 1840, l.OT.Viid bag* fttoek*.?Ob MM* date, I860, 541,030 baft; (ana Uml 1840. TH.180 bag*. Me*.- Total tale* to the 154k Jum, 184A, 1040,AW bag*, total aalaa to tba Ttb J una, I860, 1,025,JM bag*. koirtoi. Coaw June 14.?At Mark-Ian*, aw Mooday tin re wa* a moderate ekow of wheat froai *aei and ki-nt. aud few arrival* coa*twine. K?d wheat adfauriil 1* per quarter. foreign wheat a retail ecala. Fi rrign barUy wa* aaleabte lis imall quaotUka* for grinding at alniilar prlrea to tbom of that day He'umght The fre?h arrival* of bonwi and f 'reign grow u <>at* wt*re moderate, and pvevlou* rate* wer? eupportc J. Really freeh corn ecarre. and commaniWd lull t interior and out-of-eondllloa moved off tardily. but lower. Bcana and pea* held with more fca Beta. At Mark lane, on Wednee.lay, there were but kv cample* of Kngllab wheat.and trade waa dull. Koratga In *low reoueet Klour moved off alowly at lata rat*a. Barley and malt brought late quotation*. Oata aolff teedll; for good qualities Knriiah white wheat. MB. to 48* ; red, 3fl?. to 42*. At the Liverpool Corn Kscbanira on Tuesday, tbora nu a tair att?ndat:ee. and a demand f?r both wheat and flour at the lull rate* of la*t Friday UtU ia| oatmeal lo retail demand at former rate* Beana. piaa? barley, and malt, ateady. Indian corn at a Arellna m Cd to la per quarter. At the market to-day, the rhow of *>mplea of wh*a> and flour wa* moderate The tone ot the trade >M decldely better than on Tueeday. and though the baatii. ?a* u< t |mm the pric** of both wheat and Hoar were the turn In favor ef *ell*ra. Oat*. barley, beamt and pea* fully aupported late rate*. Indian oora m In moderate requcrt. and It Mild acarnely aa well aa am Tuesday Oalan eoru aold at 31a taSla M ; AmiHaw yellow. 30a.; aud whit*. 29* per 4R0 lb*. Livurnni. T?a?< o Mtinr. June 14?Th?r? nt aotne Inquiry for eiport. but at ilmlt* too low to b* rseruted The trade ate *upplying their immediate Wunta only, under the lmpre?*lon that the p'eeent high rate* a 111 not be maintained not ao holder*, who am^ tlripate the rev?r?e?that Htate* tobacco will exparlence a farther advance before the autumn ?wad arw firm at prea< ut quotation*; th* bu-lnea*. la comawqlence. ha* been <?l a limited nature. Th? ?toak off Plate* tobacco, on the lit lo*t.. amount* to V. &3D hhda., .1. Vh?Uk Im(. ana. rtfeuHil ;l4?u, 'Kentaaky leaf. 3 8"4 rteiomed 6 080, and other aorta. 4'J hhde. fine* which were imported 10T bhd* . and delleiireff JT4 hbd* . leaving a atock ol 13.1U hhda. la Um waiahoucc tbi* day. LnurMii. Tan ra Creator, for th* week endiag Friday. June 14 ((offer -In the eaily part of the week, there waa a good demand, but fer the la*t f?w tbrr* ha* been lea* Inquiry: Bengal and Ma<lra* aotj at full prlcea and Mauritius at'in* ftd to a reflaer. Vorei<fi-A considerable btulno* ha* been >loo* ia Itraiil de*erl|ttion*, llahla, at from 17* a III* U; brown Vernambneo. 14a per ewt la bond I'-ma Rlww Ir.ught .?.'>* Vd a 41*. pT rwt. duty paid Molaaaw* Antigua at l*a. Od for an old Import, to 17a f->r a new one from tha quay; Barbadoe*. at 10? 01 frw* the quay: and Trialdad. to arrive, at 14a M. per rwt. ri>IT"? Native Ceylon* were *atd at 41a p?f cwt.. bi t the demand having *ud 1-nly c*a*~d a decline of aliout 3* p-r cwt I* B~c***?ry to efr-ct aalaa: thr tnarkrt nrrally In fl?t I'lin-tilo brought *><4. P? lb ; lid Hn|tl ginger, 18* (hi. parcwt Blnn limgal rold from Ha a 10* prr rwt far broken to goo4 * hit" Itum Driurrara. 2* a 2* 4<1 , rlmlra 2* U ; proof* ar? worth 1* 4',d prr gallon Tna Flo- I'm. gou* ?old at fully prrrlou* rater Kmt India Indigo, at ai:etlrn, :i* lid a 4a. Id ; flur lar il??. li M pa* lb. (um xrat.tr at rtrady rate*; *nr<1 fan 1*? , niinJ?.t, p?r rwt, ra*tor oil, 4VI a i'.d prr lb; prarl ?*" IHi M('i (|im|T.|(1? ; motlirrof pearl uKalta, A'li in* prr ton Haltpatrn. 24*. a ?A* , and nttrala of o?la. lila. Ad. a 13a. ?d prr rwt rg ?hlp. Ouano *ol? at rtmjjr price* llyawood* Camp-achy I -gwoo4, A C '2m Od n chip: St l)'>mlngo. ?" l">? a ?1 Cub* fuatla. All 10* . /.*pote ?1 ln? l.lma Till naga? wood, A12 a ?12 10*. prr toa Tnrp?ntlnr. ft* m ewt An? rlran roala. 2? M. a 2a M prr rwt Hid**, raltrd His (iraadr oi. 3lfd Argol* and tartar told at rtnj; prirr*. aad flag aaaato. at la ttd prr ll? guarrNroa bark. 12* prr rwt o|Ira oil ha* had a fair demand; rod *old at 1U and American whal* at CWt A.:i Ik. prr tan; rapr. -it?* prr rwt, Kplrita of tarprnlinr ar* offering at lowar ra' * I'alm oH ?W to* a ?Jli prr ton Thr tallow mark* 1? rrry dall; rrtrr>bunt T. V , U-l p?r rwt Jutn. All II* a A1A It* par toa. Coir rop* rralitrj All ta a ?U la. prr in* H??a* Maaarr. Juan 13?Tba mtrk*t I* quint. Indrrd It wa* ritrrarly dall Tb* a brought orcr by tbn lllbrrnla bad aot hit ?afflrlrnt tlinr to trll upoa th? mark*! Thn itlM oa th* 10th aad llth wrrr llatltrd to I 10H hair* at pmrl' ua ratr*. whll*t tbn total aaira of the pr*rloa* nI *fc aaoHtrd to 13 22* bain* again*' im Impnrtrd Tha prlnn ?|0?trd wa* nominally ltoSf f* !rn? nrdiaaira N. U bu?lnr?* generally wa* itnady Til* l.atnat Rarapaan Rtwt. wt tit fsb^m rgow i.rwtrwrt to i.imma.. Lmh*?, Juar It?10 A. M. Mum. At.irurn 7* apaa an tmb Cvaraw ll?n*n - Th* f>*% W<?> mj? II to i?4wiIm4 Ital tba 4in?(?n of Um M|irt? auWUI *oaftd*ara In lb* at>c?f tal wrT?Rt< in (Mr ?aipby. who bkta b?i proa?wata4? aa<i tttr* U ?t pr*a?at ? |?n>nl oplal?a thai Ik* pr>**ruU*n? ktTo bf?n raably rnm?'*iwi Th* Uiiii (Jt tanonTh* />* ,V?ri. in l*a.llnt| trlkl*. rttlN t but It aad*r*taiid? Ilit <llff*r*i?o?? baI wa*a in! InfUtxl ho** !* t?n?lrttW, u4 hat I,nr4 I.an4a*>?a* will. aotfouM ao annminao on WatlaT m??Ihi Tbo HrraU *ay? It Wrhoo*** ??rrj |>rot#*tlonl*l Poor, and pw; lad*|wi>4*nl arahrr, to ho in bit plaaa m Monday *?*alaf Lord M?yd*a V ??ny in ftpaln l*a**( Loalon fot Pari* ?a Monday. en naif to Madrid KKHtnu - 1nalt*r*il<ia*ndkmfii|oil?|aN?r> * r*d )wl*r?tT ! Wrlia *t<-haaa*? Col oni?i Won laiu -l1l?*i)M'a y**| **.(?* nftlii larga. nlr'nfVi; ?< far ?*ry wall aupport*- 1 lor all g?>? 4 an4 nl<l4llifaMki bat labrlw hluda ball M?aj p?r peaad low** mini. fitn. Jm 14 - Tba Itiik* 4* Rroitgltt Imtn Parte aa Haaday. ta ?Mt Lnwl* Hhlklpp* f ?ai? liovaia.?Flroa w-r* in 70; Tha**a, M M KRMAJV. Imi' Jaaa It?It WM r?un*?<t that i|IAw*ViaMi ba4 tah*a pi a** at N*a?ta4t, n< ar ft?iph*n fto4<ll*ra ba4 b**a " at thlib?r by railway Th?y appaarad a a* to bo *oi?a*rt*4 with aay political ran** Tbo atovrbaata of Kinl>ua4 h*4 ?imhI?I a ar1 ? rial agtlnrl tlia r**l>loa of tba tariff of tb* *?l??rta, prop< ?*d by tba Mlnlator of CowiiaT"* from liirilw. MpariHig |nt?lll|mrr. I Or^Tartn.i * Cot ut L I -T??t?iw ?A rtry lab> raatlaf tmitlag aiat*b. tar two atlla boat*, mm off y**t*>4ay alt*ranoa. a n?*?rt of which. t >gatha* wltb tba raaa oa W?da*aday la an??oldahl* ?r..w<**4 oat of oar cotniaaa to-day Tb* tntlowlag la a rmmW7 Wb?laa aaaad b m Mm.tham Maid, 111 Jaa tk?l.|ft naardM ft *t-?acar. It* tl?* I -J?S * -? s W fi*'.*r >ti ?n ffy a ?*?t-r fr>m lUUIaioro. ww l*ara that tb* **kbra?*U IroUlnft mar* l.aly Xnff.lb. * Mtaa?? lamfi oil h?r Ian I f? an lin that > *<U fc* imMi M lako Mr poot la th? tarW?a IrrtUftft ailikM to romc off int work >t?r th? Haiti n>'ra trnttlag a-iaraa laroirt't Pt.?a?iin*t> P?u?i?? Hno* OnaUa croirty 4Mlr?r*4l an opinion wfclaV of to all trar *??* It tW t>la has t*k?? pl?*o hrtwwt I t Ira plank rr>?4 *? * *' km aiMM a toll pt* < n th?? juot b?f"T? rrarhlng <K# fata. ' pw tha Irla una! and in' TV J?.lf? t>M tfflW Ir ptlf, tM 9mf