Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 9, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 9, 1850 Page 1
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'< th: . NO. 6873. f I DOUBLE SHEET. TBLEturmr MTKLtiogmp. WIRTT-PIHtr (NtHMKIM, first ?rsh||?k lw*li. mt BORRR*? HARMCTIO rRI-MRRAPB. VV?.mi*'.r?*. Juljr 8,1850. tjem Hoorros called up a r?-o<uiion. auhmitMd bp bin. calling upon th* Pre>id<-i.t I irmiora ulou n-latir* Roth* naunl of th* military p *t of Fort Path In Ttui. U* nubinittcU * low remark*. to *tiow that th* po?t wu t ROit Important oo> aii 1 qui*.* n*ea*aary tor the protection of tli* p?ri >>l lai country. Col. Dawta, of Mississippi. eg pre.s d his surprise at <}?. Houston's remark*, ami lonlend-d that the fori d* question ru quite uunecmai-y lie raid It war 1 { * badly located, and there we< no e jntry in it* vicinity : , requiring protection > , After scmefurther d -bat* th*resolution waaadopted. j 1 THK IVXTII '111* The Omnlbue bill wa? t.ik-u up it one o'clock. Tatmaii Smith addressed t ne-i ua e at length against , Che bill, and iu d-f* u.-e of tbe PreMdon*'* poliejr In relation to the territories I Mr. next tmik the II >er, and the Senate A ortlj after adjourned Home of Hrpre* o.il a Urea. Mf uu'l lUUTkietMMiii at IXIMUn. Wa?Hi*?re*, July S ISM. aiirr committee on tni CMaEnas anaivsT MB. gib. i MNUS ! ] ' Messrs Otle. Bob*neon. Allen aa<l Thurman ware ap- ; fiointrd a Select Committee. lo lnwe-ti/ate the charges stgainst Mr. Oiddlnu*, of abstracting paper* from the | files of the Poet Offlee Department aim ction or r'OTim. Mr. Conges aekod I 'are to oif?r a reaolutlon, In | wtrurting the Committee on Fu-t OiBnee and Poet Head*, to repott Immediately ? bill lo abolish the frank- i l?g prirllegc?lo reduce po*t*g? to a uniform rate of t . two cent* tor a half ouuee. wheu pre paid, and Owe -cent* when not; and the circulation of newspapers -free within thirty miles of the piace of publication. | t Objection made. unjuMinr to the cesirift'Tia* / Mr. Dajsiii. asked lease to ll r t resolution that. * two-thlrde of both bou?< s e incurring the following amendarnt to the constitution b < pr-po-ed to the ' legislature* of the several S.ates. aud if ratified by , three-fourths of the Si ate* bo a port of the oonuituttou?namely, 'the nfih srn-l- to he atneuded by ' A adding ?" sod prowidi-d that no ooi-iu Intent shall be SBSda to abolish or in any w?y all-fit I h- lusti' utlon of t ehsreey In the States, without the c uiiUirenoe of all I I (be SUU-? tu wbleb tbniuMuuii >u niuii. objection node I 1 if R4I.T II ul' UNliUTM, < ?f Tm iltr ank.nl Inure lu nu'imtt ? rnaolutloa, | I that tbe Uominittr* f.>r iu? Dintr.ot ui ..uluui'iia be iiutnMtrd In lnqu re wh-ihnr Mm filial nuiliaferi 1 tkakitllk ol tb? city. nu?l it in mp.irt tbe nn- i i| ?n?rjr nieoue fur reniudyiuf thn ?vil Objection t I MUW. , THt giuhh Kurimr. j 1 U| Tha coniidornttun oi tu- Miliari a rnport ?n thna , I' roumr^. and tbe qurnliwu lafenu ...i tlr. f nuuipma'a j r Motion tu rcuoa?id?r th- mm by armca bi< a-n.-od [I aunt, om>url*| thn Kmalduiit ?u .ul .pint! on An'.ur- 1 |j d?y. aud to lay the molluu uu tu < labia. Uaoided in ( I H" thn nfllraiatiTn )tu W ua>n Wl B! Tha quota.n ?ua tuwu taimu oh Mm aecond brtneb I l|> of Mr. Tbi.nip-oua (t.l Mu> i iiu- u'lurut w MU*i* If; Tblt Ikb U'.UM llnxiilnJlf il.'Hyn'""'* nf. *?|| Uwwotl ' lii from tbn opinion giaen by urn tii.ru. y Ununral In 1 a II ftior of an nUuwauoo ui luUmt .11 .yi'l n. and Pj from tbu action of tha Meerrtary uf inn frm-ury la | * If payment o< the en-no Aa r.r.i tu > ? 114, ut;< Ob. . ? L The follnwlrg U tbn rote: . f El Tui-Kru i AlWilma. Alexander, Atl-iu. Ai'in, tnratl. ' H Bay, Hi Mall, UuotU, Ih.iild ?. U yd, Ifr lir.Ur.ira if 0 Hj kin, Bivri.af la. Duel, Her , ?,a..i Oeldweil, uf Ky . n W Caia ireU. of a, p., tartar.? l?wlny, w ili,C.h?k, fl < ul?, Cciynr, Ci rwin. Ituatil. U.e. . u, Id a u.ek. IIHihj, ll K l>o*xht?, Uuuhnai, IdurXer, lla>a?i?a. a?u?4, Kcathar- ? B< otoao. Kit. h. t'uvtrr, Oern. unit '1.1 u.ra, ti.rmi-i, , *i?U, Ould. llalS. Uau.il..4. Hi Minima. II.i *..d, a B Uarrie. <>f Tiuu.. llama, uf .Ma , il.rne ?< ill , lie arj. HitI) %ar*. Uetulay, lleluica, ltuekar* Uun..i, Ji.liu, wf ou., * W J aek eon, of N. Y.. J./hueeu. >?f Teua , J .una. Julian, kaalfiaeu, J'reiOua kill. hueem In-ffl r. h. laUeil, m i** , Ma-ua, _ B Boi'lnraaud. N." lanal.ai., M< ty 4 ? I'lir M aJ, duller, ' H . ' Milleon, M<u>rv. bear. .1 Mil., irr, i.ueu. I'.rk", t'nulnn, . B< 1'eck, I'kalM. Kaiier, t- null. H. arla-m. Itnat. Hum, liiue, raiaae .Saeieile, rnudon, . a i a>a,ef leua,.1iaa- | 1 *,*, nr Ay.. Si*|.hnei, uf , te.aua Itlttmi. J l- v Bi ?ok 'ihrtuiana, Jetnra Hi..ii,p-...i i,?ui >. Vandyke VeuaH bio, WalOn, tfa.bace, Wi lm.ru, tVea-wer.h, tVildriuk, Wil- 1 HI mot, Wo? il. Win <l? aril. \ ua< V NaT#? Uiieffc AU.?a, An .? . rt.??r U <anett, B .kee, " B, Brni k, Hntler. (I'a ) Uaentl. Cabin all. | > i ) Calf ia, leap- f H ball tBMjf. Uualir. Uulu l.ia.u i < run alt. U. Kerry, Dakeii.. Doer, Uanfem. L<aue, I ? .m| Kr-e il ). 0 <uiry, I1 B Orlteill, llalluaay. llani|>i.m. III,, lyui.i.i, H Hiaru, f lliteiea, Jeuuui,'(N. I I ant, k ( I k i?i ( it I j B Kiay, (N.J.) 1'ieetou Ki?x. (> i ) J ia tuiay. Hue, Be (tiM )kuilihi, katit ?. emu, , ueeiUaivii. U,. .re, d Nine, t'lfte Otitlan, I'l'i.i I* u u tienl, a.yuulle, H Rieiiy H-ekeeil It.-m-. ?. Ml. n a. .. .. m-r. >ru. .teh >ol- p [ oral*. M apuerii. PpalMia. Oiaa el i'a ) laarau, I udiiuill. Yii.t a la.'i, * ?Via ..r.|i. a B Tbe qui 11 ol bnirg laknIt i.n i ? <u Vlr doh nok'o I od*> titate for tbn mmiluil'.iie "i ilm-nin.it iniminlitee, H nrblck iubat.'ui? i> tbn .uu a- Uiat of Kaanra Tot.oibe and drhrne?*B am a iumn ? ua'ilual both I publi. hi il lu Jtaiunlny '? p?M'MI*|? au-1 wumbaub otltute waa iamuili I ?u d.'uriay in |iirt, by dr. B Tbenynn. ?f Mm ?u.lioila? t.y m aauia gentiaB nan. It vm mjrctnd yia? :4?. i.ar> Ibi B yairean-yrr fate, im frrri fa s Arm k'l ?ee K'eV. # jiai aOi 1 f-ii 7^ -r - " " una. Hi ..?. ( Oi.i l biawa. (la |t uia. (Ala ) Un. a ui..lm,.r . il ill. U .n.l| |aa lie j.r>e...|. Haral. a. ll.ilin II .r. li ( Ma ) la<a. B Jaekioa. ( I A.Uaana, ( ara.) k lafm. ^ li^Jl-r. Li.vleield, Bel Irruai d ilcbullau. Mrr. O.e* luranr I'm* I k.ifi, Fnttar, kaa, bavirlla, Aiaa -a. ( re-.a ) .tapiiaaa. (f?-e.) K SMone Th? Bi|Mftu, (Ml*#-) T?m?bi' b VI Ale0, lf<l kJTB. H rbiva InJj Mint 11II* muni mi ord* r w*?r.* ITlwdii4i.ua banag ?>aii-d itiai i lia .jn-itlon (II lltti Inn Ml III" r<Muluil"U? oI III" aalaut OlMMIUM, tlMI catl'u* o? all Bioondni"uta Mr y>ainaaBToi taoimi t'< ra aoa-ildxr tha mU by ) aklck ikr |>i?il<inii|UMi|i?u 'a- UK l4i ir.|4/ Mnailfil. , Tba Brmu iltt aw lb? ui -liou "BUld b? ui?la Mr. WiaiHaur ?pi'*..l"d Iroia tl?? il'iiKlua of tha obair. ud lirliUd tbat lb" U'llMia u >til<i ikii b < oi?, ' lnnintT ib? oi J?r ol lb? iIoum iiu a?< u partially atwriilad nadur lb# pr??l<i?a ^toatloa Mr Rioitaanaon morrd i<> Up lb" appaal on tba labia. Tha Ilouaa rafltaad 10 !<> ?- pa l > lol * Tba dvol'lon of iba sbair rmrad-M to 101 | ( lb* qaanlloa io? ??< <> ? ogiariag i?? lb- raaoltiiioa ?(Ibr Naallbw. ahru X'?ra J..ii ? an I *1 nClaraaad mid aurb cua'a<lua ? <! that 'Ma laodottoa* auul l ' hr Mfbdal Tba U?t haiui-d a-nllaiata laidiy ' rallrd to ot.Jrr Mut|.>ua Mara at* I" t r?-o amlor airrrral of Iba tmm UMi and alt- ratrdt ailbJraaa J r trnwi if front , u i>id'? I ty tba *b>?la anb- * J#t ob tba tahta. whi.-h nrntioa *> iltcldal la tba 1 E'yatira. by Ttaya to I 10 n?y? #b? qarmlou war ?K?'n -i?t.d ?a **r-?lnd to tba 1 nwhiifat -f tba e.iinmitt"- wq-ii <>u uiotioa of Mr. * Mttlbill.tb>| wara <Jirid?d aad ibr Hot ? agraad ' to-Tin 111 My* <V. aad la an Minor? faat tba ?I?IB of tba raprarrn'ailna of I fad lialphla ?* not a Juat damand RC?iti?t tha (J an ad itaooad raaolullaa. tbat tba act of Caaarasa ato it tba duty of tha fmrtiTJ of tba Troa?arp to pay tha priaaiprl of *ald alalt. aad it ?m tbar-tof* pa d la aoufiratlty with 1 lao aad prato daat. aw adopted yiollf My<M I Tba fallaalog raanlailoa ??< ad >pt*d y?a< 111, Bay* 71: - That tba mat aforaaaid did not autbunpa tba Saaratary of tha Tr?a-ury ta p?y ih" laiaml ?a Mid rlala aad IIP ptynml vaa aot la ouufuraMty Bllfc lav r araaadant Mr Boar atoaad to raaoaaidar tha aota, aad to lay tba not Ian aa tha labia. I Mr F?*th aatoa lnqnlra.t a hat bar If tba flaaaa , abaald raooaaldrr, It awuid ba la ordar ta Mora to aaxad Tba Rrtnit roptlad la tba afflrnntlra Mr fiimniTMi *?ra aoilaa or aa taitdarit dlaappfarlag ot U?n > ra*tor<l ? rata11 ?a to tba alalM. Mr liNticl. (abln) at Hhtn **ra notlaa af aa aiaaadopaat. alatiap thtl thara *aa aoihlag addaaad of earraptlaa or Inad ; bat that tha Hour* dlrapprarad af Ura Orawford'a aoanxaltoa *itb tba ?Una. aa ladrltaala. laproprr. aad aabarraadag. aad ooald j ba dangaraua aa a praoadaat. Mr. Omtii, (dam ) of Uht > go?a ?' tloo -t aa aMoad rat. r?n'" Miof Oan Crawfwd u. rifaod lit Monoy, < Itk Mr Wit war, (IVao roll.) of Pancjlranl*. garo aotloo f m MMb'lwoat. ooedoMaiag Ha oonduit of tlra <rewfor4.ee woiuraMa? >( tMpmprr ?n1 a? di**rat- ( teg from tka oplaioaa of otlwr atflaara lifrlrol ahorrla Tho qo>^'t"? tn lok 'ii. oo4 tho ll"B?n rrfa?od to lay no tb? ? ? >?- th'i Motion to roaOnmdor tho roto of tho loot rtool utlow. Tho gwwtioa wow roowrrod ?w roooaoldorlmf tho to*o by oMah tho loot rooolatiow woo adopted poodIra whloh Tho HubboBi'joornod (Mr Maatry'o rxiorta. ow Sotartlay aro wot tw ho aaotdorod or approolag tho rowrt* of tho (toorotor7 of "War, la ratal toa m tho Dolphin olatai ) Tka Wtorn* In tho Woot. TBI COBOL fttf VAg?THW RAILROAD ACCIDRTT, StC. Alitor. July I. I MO la rotrronoa to tho conol brook anthiag <>Mclal boo he?W TOWolrrd, baynad abol ??. r poit-d oa (taturday It to acdorotood that tho Mohaok wtll ha norlgwblo tomorrow. Wo ato happy to leforat ynw that thoro la aothtng to add to th* I' 00 of lib hi ih? aootdoato <>a tho Uttoa hoti'ood ?no por>?a ?00 Will-<f oa tho duva train, and two oa tho up tram Tho oaro irft for tho Woot loot night ao aaaal, wad Mil ho ah aioiia frnot tho Im aro in Aaothrr Antral ftwaa Colllhrala. Now Oaiaaao, Jaly t. IkM. Tho Alabama arrirod today, with Baa frwaolooo da too ta i#t Jaao Hot wawa la lapooaadod by tho JhUadoipfcla a?4 Uoorgta. E NE1 1 1 * ~ " \rt i.4i\; ? .. 1 The UtMl fra? owe special tslkoeakhic c< ?r kehpoudbmovEiMIMTM, JNlf 8, lift. Public opinion In relation to the Oalphlu matter Is tolling upon ths Usjss. Ths oubjoot wlU be ; decided to-morrow. Wo regret to Wt to atoto that tbo Proaidont op the tatted States Is rery fwblr at present, bat bo Is something easier than bo was la tbo morning. Dostors 1 Wotherspoon and llall are la attondanoo. A despatch ,1 was sent to Dr. Wood, of Philadelphia, roq-iestlaf him 1 to cot out Immediately for Yashin (ton. Col Bliss j , considers him critically III. The <il?ea*s la supposed i i to bo bilious cholera, or elaea peculiar diarrhoea whiob 1 bo brought from Mexico. Several deaths hare ooenrred hero, to-day, from a disease strongly resembling the I cholera. | The Nicaragua treaty Is ofllolally published. , Captain Ooddard, the eflcient Chief of the Auxltlary ( | Board, has been absent on a eeeret mtiaiun for the last I Ikneeuka Nnluwl. k.?> >! .? k. ku ?- fc.a* ' he li supposed to kin bmn sent off by r>r>raaial on important police butlnou lie returned to day. but keeps silent relative to the subject of hie expedition. The Rev. Father Coombs, priest of Leooardtowa. died suddenly last week, without previous illness T wo fats' dsms (and numerous others, who hsee recovered) tiers otcurod hero, resembling much the Asiatio cholera. THK ritKblDEMT* II.1-1KSS. UsLS-rstT Hiiimt O'olscs P. X. The President's malady has assumed the appearance of a remittent typhoid. From the physioiaus' report I learn that, without a change during the night, ha cannot recover. Colon* 1 Taylor arrived here tVIs eveuin.gfrotn Baltimore, having been summoned by the physicians. Nine O'clock. P. M. The President is a Utile better, although ha was In great danger to-day. The attack has been eomlagon slnoe the 4th of July, tnd was caused by eipoeure to the heat of th# sua. icd great anxiety. ualf-Pasr If ma O'olsok, P. M. The President's condition la still alarming. It Is iboupbt he will be sale by mornlug. Dr. Wood oame on Brora Baltimore, this evontng, to ittvnd him. Ihe Cue Off Hrofeasor Wrbatrr-lumsroal Petitions Praying Cor Clemency. Bosro-i, July 8, ItiO. A bearing was had befora the Committee of pardons hit morning. In Prof Webster's ease. A petition for clemency, signed by *81 persons of few Tork eity: two from Franklin county, If. T., and ibs from Michigan, were presented. Tie Lieut. Governor slated that a large number eg lotitions for commutation, from all quarters, had bran eeelved? on# from Mr Orcen, a Juryman la tho mm; wo or throo others Iron persons who said they them Ives committed the murder, and not Profoeaor Wetter. Several medical men showed that blows on tho head, ucb as that which Prof. Webster said ha gato Dr 'arkman. oftan oaueed death in n short period. Mr. ldwlo Jarvis cited two Instances to show tho isgovvrntblo temper of Professor Webster, and how t urn It was n?r In una nan ba Wak.l.p -S.> a i ? tudrot commenced ib? play of knonkiafoff hat* with * nothrr etude at. la which Wnktlcr g >( r?lhi r the a loret of It. Finally, W>k<t?r got enraged, aciatd a ' a lick and would have given a deadly blow had h? not u ?eu prevented Tha naat day ha ah'> wad ao raaaat- j ^ iaot. At another time, to London, Web?ter wa? ha- h og ?ha?? d, when l)r II. Latebford playfully remarked, ?' Did yen ever ree a bit bar ahave a monkey V* W.b" ?J trr war murh enragtd. ri lied aknifa, and would hara m track at Dr L. badhriioi beau preveuted. 1 Dr. Jtlilri IVyman waa Introduced to ahow that J lr 1'arkmaa'a a kail waa a little thinner than tha ^ average. | r A petition waa preaanted by Profeeeor Beawen ?l<nad i J y President Fparka, an I nearly alltb < I'r.ifuieor* of ! t larvard. praying for a commutation.? nx on tha p round of hia lata confuwiou, be (aa they a*y) baring J1 ?rlritad all claim to ba believed.?but on tha grant > f, >r< beblllty that ciiata that tha not waa not pramadl- j d atad. I I Profcaeor Dowan urged for dalay ta obtain mora | t lirewt p> tltloii*. and a float deciaioa la the caue waa e loatpuatd till the lltk Inat. , F [athaalaitla Maellng In Paver of tha Clap * OampramlM at Philadelphia. ^ . PHiiiiuimii July I - P. K. . d Thara La a meeting being bald bare to-al{ht, whlah ' * i In faror of Mr Clay a Com pro mice The multitude 'era addrcraad by Iraaa Uaalehuret. R?| Keaoln' t< lr na la laror of tne Comprumiee were read with grea | D ntbuelaam and carried nuauimou-ly by eocUmallno. p. haratbaela m known no bouoda John dwift. 'T; ! N now rpeakiag The cilia* n? praaeat ara aim >at wuJ tl n favor of Mr Olay'a ree??lnttnne . tl Death af Maw. . . Prantlaa. ai Naw Onnn, July 3,1*30. I *' Tli# lion 8 8 Prentice, the well knowu, and die- ' ,( Inaiilahad laweee tunwli ' nddaiil nf Vlak.Vie*' I od r>e?ntly of tbli oily, dl?<l (hi oilier day, ?l *' IttcbM. Nin II >u for t brWf partoU a?iab?r of ^ iongrooo from tbo State of Mi*a|Mtppl. u | k Po?l OfBco Robbery?A r root of lh? Roboorfl. ?i Ai.oa?>, Jul/ t. 1KM. ' lufu PwbwUi, fcrant; ?tlork Ik Iki ell; pojl flet. ?m trrnltd y?*l?rday, ? tbo ibtr|> of robbing bo pool eRco. )( Attar hi* arroot, bo ooafooood to tbo robbortoo. aad nipllrattd too porooai, dm -4 SramhaU ant Oaytoo, b til ot olioot h??" alao I erro-tod 1 < For arroral oook*. pookaf'* of l?ltor? roaohlog Albo- tl ly on Saadoy ammlng baoo ? i aad a* pi ' Mttorloa *l*ay? ritllod tbo | o t uflr? oo that aora< , a t.( b* MM ruaprotrd Walrhor* (HI *onM-qu?ally | II ilared. aad ho va* naogbt la tbo aat Poabtrtoa a rill be tiamiaod on Waduo?day. before U. S Ognala p <oaor lltltoa It la doubtful whether thoro U *uA , rt iloat erMeace to bold Rramhall or Uaytou. i D The (bolero at Ifaah villa. NilKtlLLD, July I, ltvt. I J The rboirra here I* Bora aaUgoaat than *r*r It oat | r Mloro. Toa doatb* oeouriod la oao day at tbo Foal ^ . Btiary. Jj Loot of tbo Iblp Coroalr. llaLirat, July I, 1IM. m Tbo rblp Coroalr from Llrorpool to No* Fork, ? hlrty Are day* oat, with 3DT paaaoagori, *a< wrecked 1 Jj loar Capo Rare Tbo wrroher* pillared tbo root*I , :argo. ?td H*"1!"! rortiuulf ?i lira* w?ra g oat Tba |OT*riB?it will Had tb* pataaagar* for??H laimrUlataly. Wo km had I boor/ woo* via4 i?aa 7 aatar4a 7 Fran iha taatk. B.Limoao, July t. UM Nothing kai arrival aoutb o( N obi In T1" ' ah rapara aaaouaca Iha daath af Oafi 5 ant. aa old pilot. Thara vara ltd daatha I. DalllBora iaat waok. Tha i??7 goarroi I7 la haalthy Polios lalalllgaaaa. .1 Raid KMtrf -On Saturday ???alar. |?q nan triad tha taory atora, Na M ratios rtraat. k-pt by ft tlltan t'ouk, aodor tha pratanoa of making a par rhaaa. No par?->n ?a? tn tha atora ate apt Rr Oouk'a daughtrr, a ??ry lot. llig-nt girl, of snout 14 yosr* of ago Oaa of iba nan to -k up aroordouw, sod Brand tn ploy, and tttrartnl tbo attaattoa of Ittaa I took, aklla tbia othi-r r?aeh?d orsf tha onaator and atola frrm th<* moaay drawar arar 940, In bank MU* u and *p.-rla Aa aooa aa tha nnnry *a* nbtaluad, tha g ra*cata mada aona wicaoa about calling agala. and |, tafl tha atora No aoounr had ?h?y lafl. tnaa aha *utCtrdthry wrto bad urt. finn to* ?u<ptc| m* mam-r <3 thlcb the; asU-d, and on g 1 >? loth* till, aha u?i?*ml , the annry, 9 bo ralrwd tha alaria. but too lata, a* tha ti r< gu?* bad mada thrlr racap* fruaa night Inlnfiuatnin at enrr glrao to I'aptaln L*ouar<l. oftH* damn I h ward poiier. a ho n nmuairatrd tha fort tn IB ?*r iJnla I cur 01 lliciihlrf'i cNmiat ahadow*." at lb* ?ara? 1 t loit a tioa <?f tb? u*a. a? rtltte l by im lit II* gill. Aha >ald an* waa a maa vtik naif ?ti* ?y*, wh' Bi ill* aotlead xnai* fit- r t?a al*?f< ba< ira ih* window natold*. popping aildaatly tamh u| an ?>p ponaalty. Ia tbla **? ?h* ubtaiaad a pirfa-t ataa i>f tba rugu*'a (?* ami tb* oa* *y* ?m wi i>l*. an tb* d<-a*iiptl*a, daring lb* aiaalng arraatad tb* ana *)ad Datrhaiaa who rall*d hlaiaaif Jallu* MrUk aad toa??y*d liia to tb* A** <nd ward atollon bona* fb* youn* ?'?l im aaul loftha a*al aio-aiag wbn laaiaa dtatrly ptekad oat tb* l>u'rhmaa aa tba rngu* who ?** lb tb* ?ti ra aad atola lb* a?**y Tb* roga* waa *o? miit? d to priaoa tor trial. dlliaw w ^rwi.-A maa by lb* aaat* if Jwayh Dorhfrtd raatdmg at N* II Rita ?tra*t. wa* a?T-alad an hunday Bight ab**t I o'aiaah. ?a a aharga < ( at- < tan. pllag to ?*t dr* to tb* ar*nil*w* It *-?* that a i Mr. btrpbaa I'arUli <.b*?r?*d. thrnagh twlatai. b >*b- 1 ford to tab* a Ugh tod caa<U*, aad fU*? u* aai to I IV TO MORNING EDITION?Tl th? bad olotbn orer wblnh th- vlfa snl ehlH of tht prisoner awMlcp. On I ha first st'aiapt tha h?d M'tb 1*1 kioeM oat tbs Iwbt sod kr tlx sid <>f a t'shrt. b* struck up another fir* ll?hr?d the candle, sad ?? la the sot of firing tho bad clothing. skua Mr. Parish broke Into the rowin sad csu?*d bis arrait Jaitl** Lotbrop eommitud blai to prison for trial on tbs entry*. .IrrtU on Busptrtsa ?Officer arrested. yesterday. young woman by the name of Mary Ana il ighs, on rasplelon of stealing ? g 'Id watch ?l?td at 410. ton property of Mr* \fh?l?r, of Mo. 3 Hsiisoa <tra.-t The magistrate committed bar to prisou ft# a fur lb* hearlog Charge ej Receiving Stale* Properly ?Yesterday. 1?rar Mag use arrested a man by the oeme of J a U diddlrmsu. on a charge of baring pu.obatrd a grid a nob from a tbl. f, knowing th? aam-> to be stolen an I iba property of Karman I'rail. ro?idlog at No 1*0 Greenwich street. It seem* Mr frall'i hoiuo rurgliMia May last. and this watch aud "tta-r property sloleu. amounting to (AM. in all. Two ui*n have b -on e >aricted for the robbery, nod n >w tb" watch ha* b >ea found ia the potmuion of Middleman Justice L> tbrop hrld the aoeuaed to ball, to answer tbe co?rge, for trial. Jt not her Can of Murder.?Oa taat Saturday nght, a man called Patrick Delany, wae arretted oa a ob irge id Mabbiug Mary Molntyre, lutlioliug Hires temral round* nitba peoknite, one orrr tbe si na tch and lli<* Mb*re in tbe abdomen. Tbe injured *roin >u *a? outreyed to the City Hospital Yeelerdiy. Oorou-r Geef wn? notified that tbe tile ot tbe run tu net iu danger, tud probably would die In a few hour*. Con<equ<<atiy, in aute-iuurtui examination wa? iak?u. In woi ui dary let lorih, in an affidavit, that the prleooer eat tbe man ebo iarticled,tbe euunib. without auy jutt proroo tlisu. [Many wae locked up in tbe Tomb* to await tbe retult. Court of Utntrai a veal en a. Before tbe Recorder and Alderuien Uorgaus and Smith. The i ,j e i>f Iteruel. i date. Indicted/or detaining j S.< leitttr hy holer i'i rteneri. ? Iu thte oa*e. tb.i dolou I * st itande indicted tor obtaining the tignituru of bi i-l I I'ropei to a bill of tale, by tilee p-et-ni-te. U* wan rrougbt iu on a benoh warrant, on Priley laet. It apjeare that tbe anou*ed personated au oitl <er. aud Tightened tbe complainant, l'ro>-r. intogivui; a bill >1 tale of hie furniture, to the amount of (73 Chi* rat giren by Proper, in order to induoH the pretended ifflnvr not to lake him, (Proper) to the I'omne. al,bough, aa he said, he wa* not aware of baring oomnilted any oiimiunl off.uoc Gala was thu iu iruing tailed in tbe turn of (hl>0, after makiug tae loliosius 1 taicmeul uud' r oath : ? C'ify and County of New York, it ?Dia'ei A Okie, icing duly sworn, dvpoeee an t eaye: That he form arty I red at Vt illlami burg. I.oog Island, but a* present. It 1 topping iu tbe eity of New York Depou-ul further ' eyt. tbet on tbe Tib day of Aagutt, IS 1M. an I for tome Hue prior thereto, be wet in tbo employment of Geo. | 1 I . hilce. a lawyer, havlug au uidoe a. .1 j. iSl d.'ot.iray. in this city Prout ab ml thi tat day of April, inlii tbe dr?t day of July. ISld. drp ruenl spent about tail hit nmo iu the employment ol said Xil*a. l)eKini nt went dully to N lies' office ab >ut tea o'el >ck la | be forenoon, to see what Nilea n*d f ir bun to d i lie- , lonent'semployment consisted intubpoetuing witnoe- I t-a. serving paper* aud prvCeaeei, oiNleotiug rm end , oieg errnuds lor Nilet, tor whicb terria-e, dspoaeat | tceiied lioiu Nile* one dillar. aud one dollar aud a ' limner pur day Deponout often served wrili and I tber proceases for said Nilea, who informed deponent 1 hat be said Nliet, bad d poneul duly eppoiulod aa ' threr by J udge Kdwardt. and dep.msut n isiug c<>u it I 1 leuceiu Nilea. beliored said tiateineul to b'lrne, an 1 \ ' iy irtne ol some paper or papers wbieb were put | I nto bit bands tr-m time to time by Nile.*, d.pon-iit l retted frequently pxreiut by Niiet order. Deuon ml ' i eldum if aver, read tlie paper* whieb Nilet baud-d ilrn. and if Nilet at auy time taw btm looking lato tb* I j ispers. be would ecola end tweer at <i~p> isnt an i rII bim never to read khe papers be wae directed to rive, but to go aud do at lie (Nilea) directed him lo. frponent further saya that about sic o'clock la tbe \ veiling of the 7th day of August. HMD, said Miles band d to d< ponent a paper partly printed and ps-liy writru. and t<>iU depouont to go aud arrest Sainu-I J Pro r, and take buu to the Tombs, for false pre(?ace* an l i u*pouebI ta* about leaving the ofllov, Miles altered ia directions and said, "lio and arrest Proper, but ou't lake buu to the Tombs to. night, bu-. scare bun ud Irtgblen bis wile,' aud further that If Proper was ot at home, lo teli bis wife what deponent was tbsre r. and slay until Proper came home. Deponent went. I rc rding to (be dirertions of Geo. If. Miles, to the I ones ol Proper lb *t night, and fouod him at bom , n id ' nested bim as be has detailed iu lilt aflllssit of i i Idiplsiut against me. Wk*n d-poo-ut had git ae bill of rale from Proper aud let bun go, at slid iu Proper's aid JaVit, d?p >ueut weal i? iu* e ?r r of Youilh avenue ant fweuly-eevenlh street, hero salil Niles wae Iu waiting, aud ht'il'd n iu the ill of sale sod other papers; dep io**ul did not run 1 tbe ?l *r by ehicb he arictlcd Proper, hut was lol I by litre that it was a criminal wai rant for lalse pretences, hlch deponent believed was tru i; sal deponent sl-e ?ileved, at tbe lime, that be bad b*wu r> g'lt iri V auboriz-ed in serve said warreut and lbs rea* >u tb* <1 * uucut did not show tbe wariaat to Pinper, was, that | seas directed nut toeboe tb* ptp re to e.iy one. ot l lliVUi go out of his hands, n <d uepoAeut d*ii illy llosvd Ibc direCwiom ol Niiss impiiuitly. anl if b# i d II- t Niles always llircatenud ts put bun IU pri*<u | y surreud'ring bim ou lb* bill p.cos we h -id or bich he bad signed foe d. popent in aiiaotimf T I rover; dep*>u* ul koew no ether imrs > i woo ? . il l h*- , .|.* ills lull. <1*vdenl nonded Nil sof all to* ap "tiiIlm ala bo bad iuart? to in*** Pru|wr. aui ii-i r? I 1 nit- tkMHl.M ?>uun<l la Uw sit foili of t|r I'r f lid twcailM d*piarul dill uoi (rl n ins; IrnJ rop*r Bf'iT Ihrra or t?ur app >U<ai nN ?nu hlit a lie* told d-poaaat that ho (Mia<| MI'iol that 1 i poarnt ktu.ckad d?on on hua,'' aa I MiUa altar- 1 . arda aont torn If dapou-al k- |>l bi? tppa mini rata Ith l'?op?r, afi-r mimt of ib? appoiatrnmia ui?utwo- I 1. Ml? total ili-|wui ut that it fr?p-r <ti<l not pa/ up, | . I ilnmh blu. ?a<l ho (Nil**) aotil t pr iiaat d-p laaai, opoarul tun uu kuuwtidga or lut rjtatiuu ol hi* op- . I mi tip! lit ?a an "Itiotr. uin-r than u- rvo-afad If -m < Ua liailrl tliiffiu and Nilai a. r? loki uaar k; oa . ?o ulpht d-i- orot aaat to a-r?t Prop.-r, aul oua of m Hi. d-|>oii-ul Sanimt ray ohalfl-r it *o Milan or riffle rod" up lath- aiag- w.th him. aud paid tao j laprlaio Ttn-jr wi ro hoiti u ar bp. ami iu ?tiU*g by airaiigiui-ut. wfiru 1 took l'rop-r out of tna uuk. Mli* out up with inn oh lb - ul<ht ( ?n ar ' tad at Kittar'a. uu lb- mru-r of K> anil ar-tiua a id 1 ruly arrauth atroat. by dirratioaof Ja?tln? douitt- I >?t and a?i u-ar b? at th- !? ? rnf a?r--t ft-. 1 oa>at further aaya, that oa lb- Bight ba a-ra?tod Pro- i r. by Nil* a oi u?r aa ilated. aud ou.lh- folloolrig | lureiog alao. .MlUa told d-pou-nt uot to lot ifrifl.i ( ana tliat b- depuaaai. bad got Iroaa Propir a bill ?f i ila ol bta luruituro Urifllu ?aa I ba creditor ot Prorr. ton bad brought a tun agaiu-t bun (Sighed) OANIILA OALi. 1 Swora h-lora mo. July T. 1M0 I R W Oaaoaa Potioa Jaatloo la addition to tho aburo, tba following aflt larlt vaa ik-a to (Utialauliat- tha atoiomoat of Uala ? < i ip a-a i i - f Ntm ler*. ? : ? W|4<i la P Oaria, I , lug duly awura. aaya thai b* raaidoa at It > 167 Ooan- | Hat tor about pit* year and a half prmr la the IMM i art of lent AV|*t. IMV ho ?aa la 'ha alaail daily ran Ira of riming tha lew offne ?f Ueo W MUaa, No. ' ri Biuadeay. corner ol Juho ulroat, and gaaerolly ra < iain?d thai a about aa hour apoa each nail, that J? oarut *aa at and dariDif raid tla?, tr to. eating bu< ?rrt ?lth 'till Nllu, *a< a Urciluf auvr} lor h.m pou-al furlhrr toy, that ha had lra<|U?utiy iB'lliar eoaerwaatlou with oald Nilea rotatira to bia Ntlaa'e) bu-lnraa, aait about tna lattar part of tha looih of July, 1Mb, a not# of detniiel I. Pmper for or hundred dollar* or a nota of a Mr Daeoe r>r that uai. aodorord by Proper. wan left, by D UrlMa, with Una. for cndleetloa; Nilea told d~poueal that ha NHaw) wwnld reed op old date." a* ha nal|e<| Ileal*! i (lata aha war frequently employed by hial and ha aid ha would gat array dollar of It Dap teeul Wont athwbSow of raid hl.enune or two morning* after'ante, and a* dale, and w??l lain the prirete udleo, 'bare NIlea and be generally hold prirata normloor, NIlea went la there with itale, aad, after a lapaw f bee ailuulra or if thry a man uui together, Nile* ante to ate. aad. la aa i-aulling meaner ?aid. Hy lod old Uala naught Proprr la?i night ?be frightened ad laade blai think he bad a warraat far him aad rae going to taho hiai to pri-no aad Aoally frlgntnaed 'roper eo niurb that he faro liale a hill or rale of hie iiralture aad hem it le"? holdiag M up to dap >aeut ? i what a dam nod thlag It l? look at the ?p -lllng, at. hy Hod, It m eti nag it la ae atraag aa I aould do Lmjaoir/' NlWa continued "lie la got ag to get a art of It thla moralag. aad It vlll all he paid up la a w daya; Urtflla mu-t aot know aaytbiug about hia;" Nllaa lhau aaat for flrlfllit, who >?< to iho ltd Nile* tol l him It ear a doubtful a?? aad bat It would ha aaaoaaary to aro ottraordluary meaaa o euUeot It. aad ho aould aot da It for thr regular

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BriBa ?ald ha waatrd Nilaa to p>tr*uu tbo rgular k-gal mure-, aad be (<JrlMu) would pay | tut hia faea; that ha wauted nothing er noted boat II; that ha kaow tha aou wea good, ad that every dollar aould ho autieatod, higa wort* a?u*d between Or.Bn aud Nilee, after UrlBa left tha fllea, NUea mid to dep?a"at, " 1 aia aot going to do bin bu'lnrra forth# regular oonto; bo m.jrt thluk I aad? d fool;" Nilo* ei* > aatd that he eeat dale op , o arreot Proper. aad that hot('lalo| main Proper bo lor# ho waa aa oMear. aad had a warraat for him. and IB Po-libatrH n * a r Lku Men naf I aa mr It km K llala a.ia l.iala.l I I ha feallfT Thaoo iluwriiU balif icon to Wura Jdotleo >ab?.|B ho ordor-d tho orraot of NllaO oh" Of |?o-ar?ol. 4 hoil l|l? aiaoilaalhia hoioro tho ?(!< rot# ooa mm lotto wo' r?f|f awrf ' aunTf o/ N?W t'?r?. ll.-Oonr|* W Mil'O, ?I'H tiolj Otaaiort M'Oi tho ua4ar?lxaal aamftI 0 to low. oil tba aaarlat rhiarfa, tnO b-l < laf iroal bat ho ? ? ot libarif to aa ??r or >t oil or oof BraUoBO put to hlOi nia'aaoo lotluwo, ?l?: ? <4 -ffhal a four Ohma? A Oonrga W. Niloa Q?How nit iia)i,t* A ? Thlrtf-tbrao jaora q.-Wkaroowf >? b>ra? A In Vai?unt U ~VK?ta tn fan Ilia! A -.lo Rroolhl M ? What to four broapotloa' A.? III i rot f ?l - Id W l| tl?*a f oo OBf thlM< to a?j a o?i f oo. whot, i*latiro to tho ohar*a born pr >farrad ifOiaat j< u' A -On tTa.to. ?<t?f B>|| tho daf that o tllrd bf Jorltro ilaborn lor oo otooolooUo i la thBO toaa, 1 aLail horo w iaoi hi of lo p or (tWiaM) VffoMI W NU.B3 ahoOTlhaal hafoio MO Jdlf Tib IM4 II If (Htl >RN Pot loo Jaotioo Tha tariff ot Moroo'o Vl-o'oph ilao. b*nw??o thlo oltf md Alboaif boo baaa rodoori b< tbir'/f nanto far lao lordo, or aailw, aad two ronto aaah a tditlonat rord ThdO'ffalUf Um baa* >* >?* -dwHbtao oadia altf. RE H JESDAT, JULY 9, 1860. IMPORTANT FROM NICARAGUA. RIW FSDKRATiO.l OP CKm.lL illBICl. BBTABTVBE W KB. 9QVIBB Of A WIT. Lou ?f tbe Lacj Ellen, of Bjston-lsenpc of the PMsensers and Crew. Overthrow of British latrljuos, in Guatemla and Nicaragua. ere BrIUsh C?rr?ip?ol(ii?t latiriijtid and nude PuMls. NEW NICARAGUA ROUTE T <t OALZFOKVZA, co.. iko.. <Seo. By the arrival of the Georgia, we hire received our tilen and correspondence from L*on a* Miciragua to the 15th of June, and from 3in Jam to the 26ih. The neat ie very interesting. Our Charge d'AfTairs to Central Amines, E. O. Squier, Esq., has arrived in the Georgia. Our correspondence famishes some very interesting points in the history and progress of the Centre! Americsn States. The British steamer Dee brings the news of an attempted revolution in the so-called republic of , Costa Kiea. The late President, Castro, and'his I Secretary, Toledo, were fugitives on btarJ the Dee. It was reported that Gen. Flores had been , shot. I The Corrto del I*tmo, of the 12:h, says, in reference to the disturbance in Costa Rica, that, by s letter from a private hand from Alejuela, it learus that an attempt was made to overthrow the gov- j rrnmrnt on the 23th of May, but the result was not c yet known. ' The same paper announces the departure of Mr. J Squier, the American Minister for the United t Stales, under leave of absence from his govern- f mi-ut. This paper is the organ of the government 11 i>f Nicaragua, which gives f.irce to ths following { observations which it adds to the above anaouaco- t menu? I)/ .11 Ik. r : _L. L : -:.-l II t V. nu wc IUI ri^nn m w l|U i|i?r VIBIICU UU{ fUll, there in, probably, not one who h t* studied ao profoundly our topography, our history, ami our character, aa Mr. Sguicr. He carries with him plum ami mops of all the moat interesting points of the country, and, wli.it ia more import mi, a full knowledge of how muck Nicaragua aud Oeutral A men- , ca have suffered from British violence. Of tin* he ; too hua, to Minie exteut, breu tins victun, by the 1 interception of the couimunicatioua deeuavd for lutn.frmii hi* government and frieuda. "There ia no doubt thai this illustrious functionary will return to Nicaragua wuhiu three moiiht, an he liaa aaaured our goverumeat (li* presence j in the Uutied States will he productive of in toy | benefiu, ut accelera.tog the great enterprise in which we are m> much uK-reoietl, in arranging a , direct line of coinniUQicaiiou between two frien.liy i republics, tu directing hiiber the atteutiou of ctpi- I t.lifts, and in niakiug Nicaragua belter kaowa mid respected. I " duch bu been the activity, the intelligence 1 ml interest manifested by thin oilierr, in behalf of | Nicaragua, that we already antiotpit* the reaiilt of i lua exertions, and the corresponding nralilude of i all Central America, but especially ut Nic tragus." I Till: rxRTietXAlUf OP TUB LOS* OP TUB iUitX LI'CT Ki.t.BS, or J?o?ros. Capt. A. 8. Catcs, the matter of the above ill-fated vers# I, arrived from Cktgrea yesterday, in the Georgia, to whom we are indebted for the follow- j ing account of the disaster:?Tne Lucy Kllen aaileJ from Chugre* for San Jutn on the llih ult , with a crew of nine men, and mi passengers?16 in all, including the ma?ter. On the 17th, in Ut. Id SO, Ion. 82 40, at 4 o'clock A. M , while under easy veil, aha was struck by n sudden ?|i.ill, which I -npsixrd her immediately, when about fifty mil-* rom land They nt once endeavored, by cutting iwi.y the weather rigging, to right her, hat ah* (tied and sui.k almost directly. They then started I u the boats for St John*, but landed, after b*ing thirty-six hours exposed to the he*t mid rain, an I mflenng severely, with no covering except whit bey happ-'ned to have on at the tune of the aocilent. The natives treated them very hospitably, pviug thrui turtles and tidi They res im-d th'ir ourury im the and eventually re .toned .St. Inline on the 20th, but autiiereit iui th for w tat of lend, and the neve re labor, a htudful of kiln-died meal, mixed with salt water, wnicli ihay too* three >r four times a day, being their only nouriahumit, nd Having t<r mm- tii? 1141* mow o| the inn ? tgiina strong current. Tlwy nnbaiHc I nt S-m J 1 hi, in the Llritii-! fleam r Lire, Copt. Klliott, fur dngr**, who kindly ru^iinl them with cloth nnd g iv<j Ihrui a free pannage, no I for wtiich an i other kindnranee, Capt. Gates return* hi* sincere arkuowledgmeiita. There w?? $10,000 in np-vtie on botrd the hark when ahe nnuk. which of course was I nt. itapt C riiitiwii'i hi* own private lone at $1,500, not bring inmired. The vranel la valued al $ I>1,000, m?ured partly in thi* city, and p-?rtly in domou. The following are the uainea of the piaseogerai? W'm II. A Ilea, Win. H Moble, James K. II1 -h, Da pi lienj Duller, David Origg, Francis Crump. Annexed in our correspondence, which depict* with brevity and force the condition of the Central American Stain, now nioet interesting to ua, in connection with Nicar-gna. Owe Ikaragaa CarrMpaadinea. Lao* on Micaraoua, June IS, I1W. 7V .Yrv Fiutera lion of Vtat>at Ameruu? ifu(M( of (he /byrm?ln(i?ri- TV Yearafaia M-mher?? Oppottlwn of tit Brtlith to the Ft Irrahoa, Fully Proved by the K tymnet of mtrt Chtl/tdd Curntyimamrt?The Brtlith Peti<*t rao iai/f an anyrd? timer a! Guard tola and the A lour A Hornby? Hutory of VhatfeU't Oyerationt 1* Preparation?Pacific Steamrri for Nicaragua : Hiveard br Sim't and l.ito f- C.i' L*nrt?T\e I AVunnpM R mir to tuptrvtdt that of Ptnimi? tncretue m Production?Projected ArroiahM ia Coota Rim?Floret ond hit Faction Ptfeated ? Rumor of thi Death of Floret?Dteturbanrtt in Guatrmala?luinyuee of Mr. Chatfield ditcootr- , id, $* , $-c. Since the date of my last letter, the legielative chamber* of Hondura* have ratified the plan of the *ew federation of Central America, and the representation i* aow complete. The representative* will meet In the city of Chiaendaga, 1a Nioaraguai j on the fir?t of September next. Tne two member* 1 Irom Nicaragua are Don Pablo D ntrago aad Sr. I Pined* ; both very able mea. The firet ha* been for never* I term* Sap re me Director of the State, and until hie *election for thin pew, was Secretary of War. He la the moat effective writer and 1 1 npeakrr ia the State, and it In not anlikely that h* may he choera Prraidentof the new republic. The 1 choice will probably ml between him and Don 1 J ope Barrunrfta, of San Salvador, tl?? fnnnnat author of the tirat federal e<m*'ituiioa, *u<l Preeid -nt of the old repiMlc Ha hw al waya m-en a linn and coneivtent republican, ami ho cnnwqneally hern |*ctil**rly obnoxious to the ?er? I ?lle, nrtetoc ratic, monarchical, or Kngliah party, lie la (termed in hia atitchm-nl to ih? United State*: indeed tbia tTVay he aild of all the leading men of the three State* of the ceotre Under the ne.w otder of thmca, in* near republic r*nm>i fail of noccaeding. Tht Kngliah agent*, for obviortu i reason*, ha?? mn?,ed h- .veo and earth to preneat the poftard un'on, and aa I litre *?hI before, the | recent attempted revolution In If" idnra* waa the I result of then intrigue* thta charge i* *ot Ughtly { made : for certain doeumenta hare recently mtM to light, which place it beyond doubt. Among tbeae in the following letter from one Paron, prv ratn nerrrtarr of Mr. Uhatftel.l, a<oiioa<ed to n Brv inb tool la lloodnraa named Atjjtntu, ('io?t* Kica,) > March 12, |SV -Muiuight \ To Sr P. Jam root. My Dew Sa?At thin Ntv gttH, Wliig VtWM i 1 [ERA i<(i .j. the fond for 3an Juan, to rmbtrk on the 21th, Mr. Chatlield haii received a courier from Fort Arena*, with despatches from the Admiral of the eq'tadron in the Pacific, who is in thit port, aud who ia H|>ce<liiy going to the port of Lt Union (in San Salvador) to support Mr Chatlield'e measures th-re, and to let them know that the taking of the island of Tiger waa wholly approved of by the British government, which has ex*re??cd itself highly satisfied, in im despatches of the 17th of January to Mr. Chattield, who w*? aUo charged to retain ine island, hut with the uuderst oiilm i that thing* should he adj'iated rst afacln'ily, and under the express declaration ih it it should Ik; reoecupied in cane of no such arrangsin-nt. [Thin don't extctly chiine wuh what Uulwersayx to Chatlield in (he letter which you publialied, bat it illustrates British duplicity.] The Admiral will pas*to Lt Union, ioellin*trwt ed by Mr. Lhatfield?[;t> loosed in the origin il ] He wdl underttand himself with Hondui ?m, in virtue of the arrnagem-nt mide with yo i, the impudence of which will now be neen. But not so hi Nicaragua and S*u Salvador, iu consequence ol their stupid and insulting conduct. Th-ir want of forcing lit will ruin theae people, an 1 have told you many tunes. I think th* ar rival of the Admiral in La Union mil brinn the revolution in H radar at to a favorable termination This ta all I can say to yon, an the courier loaves in a moment. The policy takes a character clear and decided, but we ntu-it take care not to ha overwhvli?..l l.u Ih. r,./~ i-.? ? ... J ? -- ???- ?/ jur+wrn Ami ?"??? ff! Irn ?y t| BU UI JU9trioiitdy promulgated by Squier. We muat alto take care (hat Honduras shall rise strongly {futiit m> nto) agaiust the Afia/uai (i. e. the people opposed to the aervilc government of (iuatetoula), as rifimra of social order, aud lAm for Saw Salvador ! We shall meet you to Guatemala in M iy, if we do not before receive advice,, from you in a in Juan ur lit lue. Mr. Spwer wilt he aure to coine out badly in everything. Mr. Cbaifirld ia at this moment writing to the idmtral, and baa charged me to silute you affectionately, and to say that att which thia coolants nee la hta approbation. I an, <Itc., Ate., M P. Paxo.t. P. S. Good luck to Gen. Gunediola. The man to whom this was addressed, imntediitely u|ion the revolutionary attempt arranged by Jbatrieid, was arrested, aud his correspondent's Itsclused. Gen. Guardinla was the instruuiaut to ic made use of, aud while he was operadug, the : Iritu-h admiral was to overawe Sin Salvador and 1 tlicaragua, so as to pieveut them Iroin insisting he government of Honduras, as they were boiuil, j >y treaty, to do The discovery of the corre.ipou- i eniro " Dlowed"' the whole plan, and the plot did M succeed. 1 can hardly believe that the llritish ' idnnral Hornby was a knowing party to it, bat hat he waa used is indisputable. A full expoUot Chat field's operations, including lie whole of bis cotresjtoiideuce with JlUregtli and thers, is in course of preparation by the uuited overnnienta, and will l>e laid formally before the Iritwh cabinet If he ia not ihcn recalled, th-y rill refuse to hold any further commune ition with nil. Since his exploit of whi|ipiii,i ,htf poor devil ailora at San Juan, it would be as good as his life i worth to venture inn, the iotertor. Indeed, hid not been for the extraordinary ex-rtionsof the ncarsguao government aud our Minister, such ras the mi!ignition ot the people, in conon'ieuce t tbn atlair, that not a single buglish throat in the ort would have escaped uncut. The agrnieol Howard Ac Son's and LlW Ac Co *a nea of Pacific steamers have arranged for huildntg hsrves in the harbor of Kealeju, which is Ueucuutli to become their prtueipwl coil and provision eput, at winch all tbvlf steamer# will stop. b uh in heir upward and downward ftwigea Thi* will he grand iiiiprovanieat upon the present arrangement, iid will lead to the ultimate abandonment of thi 'hagtessnd Panama loute Indeed, some dii/ej | ir inure of families have already lelt Panama, to gien eatnhlishmeuta here. Aa Americut h del s now iu o|ierauon in Gi'an id t, an I in a lew d iys . >ue will be opened in thu city. There are p-obt- I Iy not far Iroin a bundled Ainericaiia now ia thing ermuurui eai.iblishnieiiis in the couutry; among , heae are tlie sgmta ol several Caltforuia houses, I who are opemug a trade in oullwr, aug tr. rum, rice, md other tropical productions t lentml Am-rica ' muat beoome to Otegoa aud Caliloruia wn it the l W?M iiioira null- imn ami are, id tu? I'.Ki-Tn [Jotted SurtN. There are uow twelve Mil in the 1 Nut of Ueilejo, i hii Hy fiom Sao Fnnci*co. Tin* new impulset* everywhere p-roepnt?le, and ne led lo a marked revivil of mdl-try. Che imount of land Una year put under cultivation, in lua aisle, Isr rxcerda that of any previom year mice the li<(Jr><eiuleiii'e. Tiie cri p nt corn will ha Inutile ih.it of '19 Tlie coil"* aiidiiidi/o crop, ailii of Nicaragua and Sin Silvidor, will prub?>ly show au ad run ce in lh* production of fro n JO n fiO i?er Cent. So ntui'ti for tha intro taction of ' Lnritcau inHm nce. UV have only to pursue a ! mind policy, to throw the increasing aud valuable | onaUerm of th? ee drat.|,tu> our I ip. ll>tlierio 1 haa Item alinoi-t exrliivrly in iiritiah hart la | lut tlie name of Iamii-L.iiau now "aliuka in the i ovinia ol I lie |M ople." We have iiunoia of a projected revolution in "oala Kica. promoied by that lluti-h hireling and 1 Inonic iiitnguani, the Modironist, Flutes It ! leina he haa had a filling out wuh mini a , >t he I a in the Kughah interest, which may load to hgltl It wilLnoweVrr, lie a con lent between ' iIn* skunk unit the rattle snake," and a in tiler of Ddifleretire which whip*. I'aTMinrr, June 15?The courier in just in ioiii Coala litca ; no Idler , hut a devil of a row! cannot leant the detail*; hut it ia reported that here haa liven a light, ami that Flore* and hu f.icn n ha* been defeated. 1' la further reported that 'lores bus I?VH taken and >hvt. Ilia seconds, Jaiitro and Toledo, have "aloped" for Jamaica, wrely saving their skin whole From all I can [athrr, it would appear ihht Flore*, I mtru Y tJo. iltempted a n volution agonal the ciHi*tilut-d go ernnrent: hut we shall hear more shortly. If 'loiea ia finally diapoerd of, it will be a good (lung . r the coun'ty, lor to n ? mi o-o-r of enl wttere>ver he goea. lie haa been engaged,ever antra hia endence in I'/twia Kicr, in nirrpnae* agonal ticaiHor, of which Stale he w*a once 1'rest lent, vii fioiw whn h he was igno-ninio'ialy driven for vie rapacity aud cruelty John Hull must lookout >r he will |i*r hia province of (Joota Htoa, for ha >*? no hold upon the prmple of that little State, fie h*n tntn*gei| to keep hia toola ia power there Heretofore, and if they fall, adwu to hia taduence henceforward The courier front Guatemala reports the coninuance of diatnrhancea there. It appears that Uannern haa tlawwwd the attempt of the aereilev tail Mr. Chntheld to depnee Inni of authority, and ,.vil l lirta in b>a |<lace, anil lh it he Ma the rlosrat watch over lb*m. The running faditn arill vital a terrible vengeance upon them when their u trip , are fully ili*rlo.rd It ia - ml he he Is diepoard to cr me inte the new federalism. Fer farther imperial new*, | refer you to the urotnpanytag paper* Youra, in haete, A. D. Avnrw** Pi??, Riot ann Ih/iooAiuro at Pkiiatai.ru i a?Ahnut half |m?i 7 n'ehwi, Mihr Hbitfler I. <>?* t < uii'Kn? f?< In .1 ii?d ?nd >lii^x"ti un thfif mum Imm thr fire in the cut, malic attack ?u made u,*>n in* m^nvrt with brick a and fire-arms by a crowd of |wra?>tM th?t ruahrd fro n the rroaa streets. IWinu few in number, they ran with their carriage down .Second meet, in order to defeat th* object of th'ir a?aatl?nts, which w?a to capture the c*rn*se for th?- p?rpone of destroying it. The ahota of th* at'Aeking party were returned by the members of tb* .HotlH -r at Second and I'lum atreeta. One ducharga irneed rffertual on the faes and t?r*t-t of a young mm, about 19, believed to he one of .he *a??ilants. lie ?? conveyed to hospital, wh're hi? fr<?sds give hia nan* aa John Dougherty Ti ae f'Ntnd that he had received at lea?t a doxe'i bio k.hnt in hi* peraon ; ?i* had lodged ia hia hre-ai, one in hia throat, another in hia arm, and hia face bad fire or m?. la waa feared that he cnnld not survive. The tight lasted until tho hoar carriage bad git beyond Catharine atreet, a patty of the assailants hiving been ported in earn of the atraeta between that an* roil III. After the rurnj' I i uniriae atrrrt. an attack wa? lu.ide upon the tavern of kdward W. lVtl, al the ani(haf>l rwiwi, lh? ? ???< |rrerr>iee? which ha.I hera the ohject of ?t'a -k no the moraine of the l?h of July Sotti' hnoia were if. own and Paul p<iw to the do..r for the I hip<w of clotting it, when he nher reed a nun ported irt th* Hoard d?or of the atore opnoeite, | with a home pialol levelled at him He h <artl.tr j drew hark iuto the honor, hut a mtmMt after- | ward* a ?hot w?? heird, and the mm wuh the |*?fol rl <|>| ed hand* to hi* h-ad. reeled aad fall Ht waa imtaolitldf fdrked up hp hi* C'?m- ' fade*, nod Carried hodtlp up Concord atrert I uat at thia ton meat, a pnlw n$?*r arreted John A'na- . and-r, wi'h a hnrk io hi# hand, ta tho act nt throwing . Thia rtwnarr ?? lodged ta tha Hall Sa*v ral nrmhrn of the flhtffler apr aatd to bo hart, 'g| Hot eerp aertnaatp Paal, aooa after, planed p| premi? a ia tinmaa.iina of a pollen maoiatrafe, ?f (ha word, who fare direction# to the police n^n to hare a fntro etatfoned for Ha pmtMtC ?fttti*rit/f+tM L*dgn, J*lf S. f r! ? Jf JA hi * LD. TWO CENTS. IMPORTANT FROM CUBA. THE AMERICAN PRISONERS. The Threat! Agaiait the American (fcwA dec , fto., fto. The U. S. steamship Georgia, Lieut. D. D. Pi"fter, haa arrived from Ch tares, with tha Pacif* s mails ttnd passengers. The Georgia sailed from Ch?grrs on the evening of the 36th Jane, and arrived in Havana the morning of the 30th. The Georgia was detained at Havana nearly four days, for the arrival of the Falcon from New I Orleans. She left at Havana the steamship Pnh'* con, Captain Haitatein, from New Orleans, which arrived July!. The Georgia left Havana on the 4th of July, al 8 26 AM, and made her run to New York is three daya ? hour*; left in port the U. 9. frigala Congress, Commodore McKeever, and the sloop* cf-war Germsntown, Opt Lowndes; officers and crew all well. Commodore McKeever had as ntetview with the Captain General, and wss es* iremely satiriied with the result of it, the Count Alcoy giving every assurance that the prisoners would noon he liberated, and harmony restated. The prisoners are at present under tha control of Admiral Arniero, who will gfve no infos* maiiott in regard to them, and ditfcra entirely in his view* from the Captain General. An is* vestigation he taken place, and the Captais General is of opinion that many of the paw aengrrs are entirely innocent of any intention of disembarking on rhe Island of Cuba, but worn under the impression they were bound to Chagras. Admiral Armrro in in favor of tha hnrabest SMS* atrree, and, it is aaid, has treated the prisoners with 1 great cruelty. A report was circulated, previous un ! the sailing of the Georgia, that nine of them haA died frem ill treatment. Great eccitemesyprevailr against Americana generally?more a<> aluoe tho newa of the hum tag of the ateamrr Guadalquivor arrived in Havana. It iM generally con-idered to have Seen done oa pun ow, aa an act of retaliation. There ia alao gTeat excitement against the American CuomI, Wr. Campbell, on account of aome lettera he wrote to the United States State Department, reflecting, in the opinion of the Hpanmrds, on their n?vy nod militia. The Consul ia obliged to keep hia haaaa fortified, and ready at auy morneat to rrpel an attack. He baa been threatened with astaaelnation in anonymoua letters, and dooa not consider Inn hfe, and that of hia family, aafe. The Conanl ti.k> n the ground th.it the capture of the two vessels waa an illeg.il act, in which he ia supported by all foreigners and Americana in Havana. The hpamarda are as-vmhliog a large n*/ 11 force at Havana. Three frigate* and two briga have jaal arrived from Spain, to join the njuadfoo of Admiral Artnero. The Catalan pally, at the bead of whom in Adnteral Armein, are strongly ia favor of war.? In the mean time, the voluuteera are drilling daily, and amount now to five thousand men. The paraengrre by the Georgia ware allowed to ga on shore until the nrnv.il of the Hal con, when strict orders weir given that no one aboald leave the shipa. This, nodouht, v#a owing to ao>ne newa received by the Falcon, by a spy, who came out in her The government of Madrid b*? repeats lly nreswd the desire to make Porto K.ieo a ire * po t Inquiries ftir thia pur|Hi?e, as to ihe pillae or in * III. asure, have been nude lu ih - governor* of "tit island, who Imve hitherto reputed u.if?*orivv agsinM the measure The pre-.-at Gnver.iar ? I Captain-General of the ialaud, Don J P't id* in leportrd favorably on the silbj ct, and reuo ono ?de lhal Porto Kicw he de.-laied a tree port, .lid si. goods of all kinda he aduntied and rip*rt*.i fiee of duly. The Ihurindt U* Jlfunau of the 2i'h olt., c > sen from the Kro of Vera < 'rua, an acoo iui of the i*~ dignetiou of the ^iMiiordi resi ling th*re, agaiiO I lie laiprx rxpcdnioa an I l*s promoter* It |f?r? th*i the Spaniard* ?f Vers Crux oo iinb it?4 funds. pro uie<l a atcsrner, and voloo'eemd to form a f> rjs to go tnf'iihi to fight ag. in-t the A'tisrv cans Tiny are aaid lobe ifir ns-r-e ii'sUere I igoiat the Americans, on arcoiat of the is,ul'i ig H-b?# Ihey a re said * ? mtert-in of their own aupeiinnty n??r the pa in-h race, who h w.ia p.rucuDriy abown by them during the Meiinn w.ir B) a Clicular is? lied by the C iCain-' I-aeral at IIsvhi.m ilia innifHi.il. si, J .ml K. I . m, - - aofit, In.htaMmg ih> ni to la?va tb>> i.l m<1 win ?i( pinfaiv, ?l? In rrwr (mm iIk ot VirtrnNif P'lt Tlilalibur.il ilmg mnala with gnui-ral ?l 1'iotiaiiou. BY TNtJUlu AMI. BtiTiMMi Jilt I IBM Tba r-yal at a: I hip Thataaa. ahl-b hvt arr1?a4 *1 Mobila. from llttiu. rr porta thai lha ahol-ra >M laernaataa aoaNatfally In tha In'a'lor of t'aht Tba Aowlrti Cnaml. 0?? rampNall, aaya that ha ^ aatiaflnl tbal tba Aiirricai priauarr. alii ha raiaata4 too a ^ artaa Affklra (haaiait irRia Toai-Tha ollowiag taHIa ahuaa Iba a ai-bar of aaaarla.af aaary Baaor p aa. a blah baa* n'?fl lkl< pnr fraai January I, la J ana M IBM. a p' rtrl of all month*. aa4 tba caaat loa la ah lab tbay rrapttUraly h.loag ataaaa or 'uuu iimrtn ra?a raaati* raara. A'aitan Mtm Ba'li ?i*? ,B.'r? 7V4 lainraa MB US *14 IM BBB B.Hi.h IB II IN l<H >1 Br.mrn 18 M ? I 4r# faith 1 4 I I M fhark I 4 II 4 If Fraalllaa ........... ? ? I ? ( N?aar|laa . I 14 14 I M DaaUb ? 8 4 I llaaihrry 4 I ? ? ? \r?> i*< laa ? S ? ? 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