Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 2, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 2, 1850 Page 1
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Til NO. 5897. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON. THE CALIPOU.\| V BILL. Views of Messrs. Clay and Pearce on th? D* feat of the Compromise, fee.. So.. *0. THIRTY-^IK IT I CONGRESS. F1&M-I MKHSION. Iwiilti by bomb's magnetic tkumkaph. Washing *, August 1,1850. THI VEXKD <it'EST10l>. Mr. Douglas moved that the Independent bill for the edmieeioa of California be taken up, for the purpose of making It a special order, which was agreed to ? 84 to S3, vis. Tbab?Me*ere. Baldwin, Baoton, Bradbury, Bright. Cues, Chawe, Clark, Clay, Cooper, Davia of Mara . Davtoe, Diokinaoa, Dodga ef Wla , Dodge of Iowa, Douglaa, awing. Feluh, Creese, Bale, llaulia, Junta. Miller. MorrD, Pnelpt, Sewari, feliiclda. Smith, Spruance, Siurge, n. Underwood, Upaarn, ttalee, tl alker, v* biicnaib, Wiui'irop. Hay*?Meaare. Atel iaoe Badger. Barnwell. Berrien, Clevnena, Davie t f Mise , Dawson, Duwns Foots, Houston. Hon' ter, King. Nanguni, Maaob, Morten, Pierce. Prat', Sebastian, Souls Tune) and Yuloe. Mr. Douglass moved that it be made the speolal order for this day at 12o?clook, and every day thereafter until disposed of. Mr. Atuhksok moved to amend by striking out today and substitute Monday, which was rejected?24 to SC. as follows :? Ysas?Messrs. Atchison, Barnwell, Badger, Berrien. Bntler, C'leantna, Davis, Due ea ISvwas, Snote, Bale. Hunts ', K'l g. Manguui, Ma> on. Bur ?. Sorrie, Pea roe, Phelpe, I'retl, Ku-V, hebaaiino. foul rnrney. and Ful-e Navs? Meeart. Hale win, IDtd'or,. Kr fit, C'haas Clerks, Clay. Davis, of Maeracluiat <e Davtoa. Dickinson, Dnigu, of Wiecoatia; Dodge, .i lowai Dweglaea, Bwiwg, Feluh, Urerae, Usailin, Jems. Miller, &orn?, * ward, .vhiwlda, Smith, Spruaaoe, Sturgeon, I aoerwood, Upham, Wales, (talker, Wiathrop, and B hitoouio. in the course of some cnuveraation. Mr. Douolas declared be bad no disposition to supersede the Utah bill, by the proposed special order. If the motion pending ?li*uld b# agreed to the Utah bill baring b-eo ordered to be engruoeed, would mill bo Drut peered, and aeut to tba llouao Mr Foot* ?xpre?*ed biw dooire, before the California Dill rbodld bo taken up tbat tho donate ahould take tip tbat portion ol the i?i? i loin prom loo bill rotating to New Mexico and 1'exar, aui p.i? it it war writ known tbat tbo t alitorui? bill it iulil not ptrr prior to tho territorial btLU. and tl It aould, runh action would be attended with moot diearlrou- o<>B>'i|iiriiDM. Mr Done*. of low* wauled vlr Kuote to eay wliy the California bill c ould uoi Or pa-red Mr. iorti rupliiil tbat it wouid he defeated In the i ilouae by parliamentary uio.i?r ouch a* be had horrtofore r* lei rod to. tor hi- own part. Iio hoped toat t'aliforaia never would bo auiuittod in a reparole iorm Detore the territorial bill* w-ro pa?ed Tfce qurrllou bi n.g token on Mr Douglaa's motion, It wan agreed to without a dlvirion Mr. Aichwo.* mored that when the Senate adjourned. it be to meet on Monday Mr Da nun hoped ibe Senate would dlepoee of , thte Caiiforala question b- lore it adjourned la order j to kw what >ai tbe elate of feeling aad wbetbertbere | waa a dlrpoeltinn tn go into a general debate again, or "to eoto without talking Mr ATiiiieon. in older tn give tho Senator from jNew Jeraey an opportunity to feel, withdrew hie mint Ion Tba Senate then prooeeded ta the consideration of TMacawroania iill Mr Vootk moved to amend, by girthing out all alter the enaelmg eUuao. aud lueeiiiug mat part of tbe IfompriMuiee bill relating to New M.<xio> and IVxar Mi. DetK.Laa moved 10 amend the bill by in-ertiag the third Motion ot the Coiupmniive bill being theeeo tlon relating tn tbo public domain ul California Tho qaootion upou Hie latter amendment take* precedence ol Mr >'.-ote'e ami wnmeul. Mr Foots moved to amend the aiu-ndmenl by lift eorvmg tbe praporitiuu off, red by him to tbe Coin pro- i mire prvTidtng that Califuruia *ball not eleroiao jurladletion over territory eoetb of :ii M lie mviaan . nppeal ta all the frleudr ef Cumproaii*a to euatalu the Mr. Dawaoe nlao made an appeal In behalf of tha lir ca.a? (bllnvFfl tuil **i<l ihrni th? hid htid before H a mruurt of >? 1 tranquillity, ?bmh -would here harm?uls- d all diacordaut le-tiag??that ' n*?ir? had mat a tale u? altogether uaetp-ated, ' wtitah. beeauee if tba aoueiry n d'e p y J plo-ad Tba majueliy at the i.'nuiiii tow ul (Joa^ruaiN hail />erformid IU duly Tli' lull fii*l bi.u dab-ated liy ciUau'>U and h? did not utt-an la iu quire into lu? xa?e*un? of raapouMbdi y of mm* wb-*a art|-?n bad debated tha lull Uow It >u d-liaieJ * < knowo too Wi II. Th? propoelliou luad'- by i U hlMff f.ota Id trjrland, (Mr. Pearcr) yertrrdaj. waa the Immediate faaee ol that defeat Ua doubted aut ikr ileuator had aoted eaaocleaUouaiy. Ua. Mr. Clay, had raid from I ha drat to tba laat that ha traa la faror ol tha ad ml-aton of Cali1 orala, aod ha ?aa aa etui Ua would aay, alao. that the propoalbon mad* thla morning by Mr Poota had hot rrcrleed la a proper aplrtt Ua would hara voted for It. hat under all iha olrrumntauca ba abould ba compelled ta aithbold bU rapport froat that pro. poaltloa Ua deeir-d, aow ?t*e-!.og la hit plaoa. to aay that he latandad to ba uoawad by any maaarea, eitfcar from Uidividuela or Biatea, but, a flat all that baa ooeariad, If aay porliaa of tha people of oay Stale, or any Individual Stata abould array Ita ara> mgalaat tba authority of tha Uuloa, ha waa for Uailag the atreuglh of our governaoaat, to aaortala whether It waa a praolloel gorerumeul oa" wbk<h oould uinaialo Itnelf (Applauaa ) had If blood wa< to ba -pill, wtiuaa fault waa It ? It -waa tha fault of tbuee wbo rained tha ataudard of dienaiea; and If eaeh an Uaue waa madr. at long aa ba had a vole* and aa arm to ralaa, that roler mod arm diimM ba rata, d In tba aupport of lb" aatbortty of tha Uaiua (tppliu-a which *u cbock-d by th<- I'hatr, with warning that M wpMUf lb" gallart-a would b? alMrxl ) II* ktJ hi m aaitoa* tu wr Ihm rirlc?< aaKnrw puwf tcplhrr k?Tta| faith la 'hat Ha hopad tbay woald ha wyiitta Bat. whatktrpuNC or aoi, ha waa bo patting down any aad "?afj rwldtatt 10 tha MmJ authority Ha hat ao Id-a that Mood ?' do ha apMt ; hat If mi. wh-r* wuald ha ta? rnapoadblllt) * In eawaluaioa ha '""laral hla nploion thai tha hoaadartaa of California aro aaltaMa. aad roijalra ao jjl imtui Mr Paaaoc adroit t..I that tha defoat of tb* bill waa MbwyaaM da hla proportion to taacl , ba? d*alad that b? waa to ba Jaatly bald raapnoaiMa for that dahat Although ha would ahrtuk from no raapoa ibkltty attach I ag to hla. ba proeardaf to dab-ad hi* coarao ta eanoaotloa with tha btll. tin bad told Maaaaa Dawaoa aad Poota. that If Mr Daw on a satuadmrat praraHad providing that tha tarrMhrtal goawiaaiaat ol !faw Halloo ahoald wot go Into oaaratl?n aaat of tha Hla Oraod* ha eoald ?ot rata far Mr Bmdoary'a aia-aiaaat, to ih ?b that proatalon waa appandud lla told ta-at alao. that It woald dadaat tha hill Had tha gaaatara froai Tataa giraw lhair a?arat 10 tha propoaltlaa wfilah ha aada oa yaatartay. tha Mil would not bar- haaa dalaatad Thar rhoaa ta rafwaa anything whlah did aot ooiaa ap do ihalf damand aad apr.n th-ia raatad tha raap >aai bUlty Ha no tad aa ha haiiarad ta ha hla duty It waa ha aad hla antlaagoo who rapr??aatad th* Stala a* Maryland Mm. and nobody alaa lla aotad aana T a* nonalhi I If ? . aa lia luaaala ai loa ! I 0- llavail hla doty rrflirtrod *n4 ho would not annn t Iron a do Jbnra of kbartioi. *bn<>? ti4 by (koamrtrtt Woo utkiWI Mr *111 I *hrlnh fro? yrooontlac tb? f?rt? (tatod Thry ^rnfkl a port of ta < hutory of tha ?ano Ma (Mr Oloyt 1 bat lb- ta>a<?< at of th> kraat* trraa btrfluk ?a? t*a laaHtal* ?T tba d.fant of tho Mil l b* N-aalor ba<l nod. no apooah again* Mr !)? ?? ?an4a?n? *haa paad tn( Tbroo Ua* f?>l?4?f ho *aa aapraaahad with am rod mania dool*a-o la ttiilf lb* diMowlty (AI tbl* point (bo lino noatb af fail.dolphta far* oil aappna?4 la aaam-qa-aor af a h-a?y iltra wak, whiah ha* rat aC oar r?r?i?io< aaythlag tartbar ) T kia'i UJcn?'t:Maa icai. TtiJiun. WoiNiaora*, Augo.t 1, ISM. Mamtfiati. Mr. Man inn, and not Mr KM*y. yMtarday rrport . ad a Mil Ibr tba aataMUha-at of aa ofrleultaroi bo < Toaa aaartfaa ronmnana Mr Warrc, (*blg.) af If a* York a*k?d laaaa la offar raonlatlaa. wbirh *a< road for lalormaUoa. that tba ponkar ayfdit a r*oolal roam it too af twoaty-oaa draft Mtnn for tk? ( Mtnlloi o4 th* Ilnwr, ao Mf la lk?lljail(aMtl ktfl tk> (trnt of allaylaff kh# yr?oat *iott*aoat ffraaalltag In Ika dlf fVroat orUtw ?f (h? Ca'oa. aad that It aba.ll ha la ordor to r?port at ta; tliao nat rlihitaadlng tha ralaa of tb#<Hoaaa Mian Root. Oaarca. and othrra nl^ootod Rrparta war* thoa a< |o hj ?i>aa<tiori Oa aroa.Ha rf Mr Mt*?t?o. (dam ) of T*aa*a?aa tha f)naahlMaak?il affair* ?a> dtochargod from tha fhrtba* oaaiddiiratloa a? *undrr ia*m**riala a-king taa u>?rtk>?t>)F ta carry doloffatoo to th* Praoo Uaaaratloai at Praakfort ox aTaaaaat ? >a rnr rattr or ?ra>a* Mr ffl**ovoo. hoar Ih* ua* ~f*iatt-o r-p>ri*d a Mil UoataMloh a ! no of aar Moaaaora to tHo mart ot Alrtoo tor th* otirorooolon oi la* al?r* trad* ant fir tha proa at Ian of eotownrp* aad narlaailonj vhlaU traa lahn id to lk? (VmailtUa of thr Whale oa th* At at* of ih* I at?u Tha fcMl oalhurlaa* Ih* Poorotorf of th - Mory, tflor kh* yoooog* af thla a*l, to o<intraot olth -laoaah Aryan of Alohaaoa or Atatcdar onaodor* af R?a f?rit and h-Ir o*?noiaioa far tha hmlxlog aad o]Otpai?rit of 'Mtrm rtoaaiara, I* ma t-*t?rae tha n?4t*d IIM? aad 1 E " N E tha ream of AMo? Bach Khip to N. not Inaa than four thousand lou burthen, and an nnaetruc'.ed an to ba convertible, at the luaat poa*ible axp?n?a Into *ir ateamere <?f the Br?t ?|au; to be nornm ?n<t< d br o?. Cera of the DOT} mid la th- event of war, the irnvt.roinvnt to tek* the eblp*. Una to leave Kaltlanra and l-t-w in 'Iirrrmngina lO "?rr* HOl HXO?-4t0g twrnt) five hundred pae-engrre r?rh at trn dolUri, for tree negroes ovvr I weive years of a<e and dve d ?l1 lure for ail under Thw vhnmIii to bo under tho OoloDlMltf K ' MUtj'l direction Thr lli u.r ??l Into the Wommlttee of the Whole on I the hteteot tbe Union on the ruRTiric?Tion? hill. A debate of flro minute speeches on the amendments wa> bad. wbm. at four o'clock, the committee roar and the bill waa reported without amendment. Mr llorrMin moved to lay the bill on tho table. A notion waa made to adjourn, wban a message wax received Irom the donate, that they bad paaaed a bill establishing a territorial government tor Utah General laughter and much confusion, and the Inquiry waa. Where'a the Omntboa t It'a broken down ! 11a ! ba ! ba ! The House then adjourned. lnterHtlng tram Waahlagtaa. mr. hatk8* drcunatiun and thr kkasoif?tkx California bill, rtc. Waahisotos, August 1. ISM. Mr Bates deolinea the cabinet preferring theebauoos of coming to the 8vnate from Missouri. This Icarus two vacancies, and Gov. Jonea of Tennessee, Ooorad, ! and others, are mentioned to All them. It ill supposed the California bill will pain t h* Senate without much difficulty, but ma the cholera la approaching bp way oi iiarper'a Kerry, it may hurry au adjournment. The question la full of diatruit and danger, not withstanding the belief that the separate bill will pass. The debate in Senate.to-day. was btroog on the prospect oi civil war Much complaint is made against Mr. Pearoe, of Maryland, lor defeating the Com promise bill lie was warned that his proposition. If carried, would defeat it but be persisted, and death to the Compromise i< the centequence Peelings of exasperation are now engendered, which will foment, end esnuot be allayed. The California bill may go through the Senate, but It cannot pars the House, this seesion. Col Ueotoa will lind that he missed It, for California and Colonel I'rrruont, in going against the Coiner unise. It is said that Mr Pearne motion whioh ended in defeating the Compromise bill resulted fioul a visit to President Pilliaore, yesterday morning lie disaj piov.d of the Tessa arrangeuieat. Mr. Ci.av will leave here ou Saturday having, at present no hope of a satisfactory adjustment of the slavery question The Southern members are deteriniued to resiet the admission or i'alitornia singly, and will stick out to the last against It. Progrus of the Chulertt. Na .hulls, August 1, 1950. We are in hopes that we will toon be rid of the oho in* It Ik mpidljr dieappeariog. and I bop* iwo to be ublf to inform you that it bat entirely left u*. LoumiLLi, Au|*?t 1, 1U0. KotwithNtandlng that th- cholera 1* on the decrease, the general mortality i? greater. CiKcimnri, Angait 1, 1*50 The Board of Health report, for th* tweaty-foar hour* ending loot evening, 43 death*?eight from eholem. and thirty flv* of other diaeaaea Tbe cholera i* diaappeatibg from her*. W* hav* bad aoconnta, however, from th* town* on the river. B*ltimo*k, Auguit t, 1850 Tbe obolera at Harper'* Parry, i* apreadlng alarmingly. Three operative*, in th* government work*, died oa Tneaday. Uniovrowv^Md . July 29, 1850. Major Iron*, editor of th* CiMai, and ail other pareon*, died ber* to day, of cholera The Bnlliead t'oiiv.-ntlon at Portland, Mala*. fearu?i, Augn?t 1,1888. The railroad convention held here ha* he*a vary numeroualy attended, aad excited great later eat Th* flag* rf both aalitina float over the building in whieh the eonvrntion la hold 1 bo convention was permanently organised by the election of Governor Uuhbord of Molno. for PreslJ-nt Delegates from Mora Scotia and New Brunswick ara quite enthusiastic and fUdfr land for lb* route, free and agr? to onbeertbe liberally to tha stock A latter from President Fillmura war reed, eipreealog deep iniereat In all enhjeeia of iotaraal Improeement. which are calculated to develops the resource ar il advance the great iatoraat* of theconafry. Alao. a lettar froa Lieut Maury, of Washington, war rood, enthusiastically la fa ear of tho project, which ha thlnka will abortaa tha Uaa between Earope end America one-third Tbia morning the buaiaaaa committee reported nineteen reaolntlana, the anhatance of which wan, that Maine, Maw Brunawiek. and Nova Scotia, ba oalled on to grant concurrent charters for ennatrnotlog a railroad froa tha T alley of tho Penobeeot to tbw eaetorn tetalaua of Noea Sootla, and thafreaourceabe aoiiolted In grants of public lamia; and alao thai appeala ba made to tha general government for atil contract#; that no subset Ipttone ba aaked till public aid be granted, that the preaeat Legislature of Below he aaked for a charter to tha State line, and that a central eaeeutlve committee of seven be appointed to CWTJ out IBWO OOfClll, BUH BlfQ low OOnnilMOl llr>n( thr line The eoBToalln will, It la (ipucM, flnlnh if tki buiMM to day I-one or Llfo by th? Polling of m Bridge. lUeetLLa, P? , AiifJ.t 1. Ik&O The Northumberlend Cnnol bridge broke does eorly tbie moreiok while the HorrUbarg ilife wm eroeeing It. The ntoge, contololof eioeea fueoipn, wee pre e'pitetrd Into thr renel Ameiget the ptiwiion wee Mr Heojoale D Joeee who tauten ly klllrd. the rrntlidrr of the pa??*o(*re were more or leee Injured. Two boreee were killed. I Mews from ike tenth. BtiTiwone. A of ait 1, 1U4. The eouree of Senator Pearce I* eererely dnnounced la tble city. Our rite wee rtaitrd be n haeee thnnder etorm thla SVanlng. The democratic aoavsntlon to ttalttU a Mayor mmblnl bora thin aftrrnooa bat tbaaieltamant ??? *o great among tba frlaadr of tba aaaaral aaplraata, tbay vara compvllad to adjonra till to morrov aI tor MM. By tba Southern mall, va laarn that a flra oeaorrad In Nov Orteaaa, on tba Mth nit , vblah eonanmad ill building* on St Anna atraat. and thr?? on St. Clandi itort Ona ablld waa burnad to a aladar Savaral o< tba dr?m?n, vbo vara endeavoring to >tnp tba prngrm of tba Samaa, vara annalrnak. tba thermometer being M degree. Hovers or Rell. of Tagaa aaya tbat ha will malntala bar territorial rlghta. bat loaha to ijoagraaa fat juitloo, and tbat Taiaa will cling to tba Union Tba eblaana of Taaa? ara holding nnmerona meeting* all claiming Nav Mailao. bat ara dirtdad nbonl selling ovt to tb> ganaral government Tbui PniLnDbi.fNi/t Kipi.iwio*?Vgnwcr or I The Cnntmn'a Jw*r ?Tue Philadelphia TVjrtA Afnnww, of the lot mot , atyat? Th" eorooer'i jury, aummmrd to laveetiggte the cause of the ' deaths of the several per eon* killed hr the riplo I won at the store of Jobu Urock. in Wnivr street, 1 met InM evening, pursuant la adjournment, ml rendered tbe follow,ag verdict:- That tie- aai.l Willtam L Hachmsn, David MuUord, M<rcut Marena, Caroline Marcus,Abigail Catherine Drake, inH fithrra mmr fn I hr ir ti* aiha fm.n mias^. ... ceived by an explotinn at the nure of Mr J eh a Brock, occupied by Meaarn John Hnwli, .%>:? Ac Co., Berger dt Butt, and otht-rn, annate in W <) at tret, hrlow Vine, ni the ninth day of July. 1*80, at the fire which occurred on that day; and that the Mid explosion Wat canned by a targe quantity of an It pet re and eulpbur. and bar, at raw, and other rarhnnaceoue material. Mowed ia the aaid More, becoming mingled together, while the aaid atore waa on hie Gunman arm dtucina ? a cnrreimnadent of the Oquawka (III.) Awrtatnr, writing from Mew BanIt a, under date of I be K?h iant., given an account ol a Germaa famtlv wno were landed in the vtcinitv of that town, .iinoag whom the cholera bad aiadr Itn appearance, and carried off hvr of the fi<ntl| t daring the nnrceviltag day and night. A rt-lati?? of the. Inmily, Chiintim Mesfchnhiirg, who li ul be?n reMrfmif end curryin* on hiinrneae in N*a Hoaina, for wime time pnai, hearia* ( the arrtva of IK* family, n?de Ml to a** them, ami Mulii* tvilb tKetn ilu fin* iH* dap, end la lh* errniai tanrd na Ma remrn Horn*. I He at em Bmrulitp | However, ha.I each a |> iwrrfal eHnrt on Hia mini fhat, mrning 10 a pond near the mad. He iHrea Htmeelf n|K>n h?i fare inio it, iHe water am oe?n oeef Hnee.Hen, where He died at?..ren?iy wnHou a aun**?? Ilia !*>' waa found pert rwrniap W JO MORNING EDITION?FRI Watering Pluro* OU* FASHIONABI.K CORRICSIDNIIKNCR. Con?rkss Hall.. Sahatooa, July 2'J. 1830. Celehritie* at Saratoga? 'the White Mmnlai* Expedition? tttran^e Freak* of the Weather Vfiee. Our get* " saturated," a* Mrs. Partington says, with celebrities, in wandering about the country as 1 have done, from Washington to the watering places, and wherever beauty, fashion, and fogyism most do congregate. We have innumerable numbers of celebrities, great and small, of all ages, sizes, and conditions, continually arriving at and departing from this great caravansera. Governor Marcyis hero, as lively and gay, as shrewd and entertaining, as companionable and instructive, as ever. Although the Governor is now sensibly declining into the vale of years, yet his manner, his tone, and conversation are as animated and earnest as in the hey-day of his prime. Ez-Piesideiu Tyler, with his magnificent wife, are announced this morning, as having arrived and teken lodgings at a private mansion. Mr. Tyler, ( in private, is known to be the soul of hospitality, ' intelligence, and good breeding, as his wife is the | embodiment of elegance, grace, and accomplish minis. i nrir presence am in tne giyeues or Saratoga will throw an Anwonled charm and fascination overthe whole scene. Ex-Mayor Clark, the ninnificent and popular municipal prince uf New York?when our municipal k flairs were something to deserve the naine? is also luxuri Ming at the United States. He displays, in lira manner and interco. rae with others, all ihat suavity an<l polished dign y for which he is so distinguished. Many othei have been, or might be, mentioned, k id I room o inclination. Let us stop a moment, however, by this window, and observe th it dark, keen-eyed man of thiriyeight or forty, with Kmnm profile and true AngloSaxon head?who ta he 1 That is Washington Hunt, pleas nt Comptroller of the State, and, they aHy, piospective Governor. Brought up in a west! em country village, at tw enty-four he was appointed i county judge; subsequently was elected to Con- | gress, and ia now, not vet forty, Comptroller of the State of New York, and said 10 he one of the most prominent candidates for the gubernatorial nomination by the Whig State Convention at Syracuse, in September. Hia popularity at the Weal ia immense ; and the bill introduced by him in Congress, to appropriate half a million of dollars to the starving Irish, lis* endeared hiin to the hearts and souls ot the Irish. It has WW MMMrtl tksl Ht Hunt wus, to some extent, identified with the Seward faction in this State; but thit, 1 guess, will he fourd to he a mist ike. B-sides, Sewanliem ia defunct, obsolete, elletr, and won til iMtuwrus. Mr. Hunt's friend, Jaines Kelley, E?q , is also here. Mr. ex-Pieeident Van Buren, with Prince John and Abram,' arrived also this morning, and have put up i.t the Stales. The ex-President, although now vergiug upon sixty-eight, is still as lively and companionable as ever, and ia an especial favorite with the ludiea?the same remarks, of course, applying to Priuce John, only more so Abram, who haa nevtr recovered from the e lie eta of Ills Mexican campaign, ia very feeble. 1 bear this morning, fioiu the Vermont Central Railroad, that the damage sustained by the late fr> blwt in ihat quurtri is much greater than was at first re|>orted, and will ant fall short of half a million of dollars. The road will not be in order for travel sooner than September, so, of course, our proposed expedition to the White Mountains ia knocked into " pi" for th- present. We have the strangest ami most unprecedented streaks of weather here?one day a* hot ua an oven, then as cold as Caucasus, and continually sprinkled with quaint, queer showers, as if a child bud got hold of the big watering pot, nod were amusing hnn-elf at our expense. Such weather is extremely unfavorable to the r-asouable hop's and exp? clatione of pleasure w-ekere at (he Sprinrs: nni1 we brj|iu lu yawn lietimca, under the fearful lnrti*n<-? of what our friend of the opera would | call frairw-tcM Tl.e concert of Madame de M^rguerittes and Mra. Voorhrea is postponed to Wednesday evening. Amatkwr. Onr llaitforil Correspondence. 11 an I'Fokii, July i5, 1850. Trinity C'JIrge t'ommen'tmrnt?Frtthtt? H'ealhtr. This day the u.-ual ringing of all the church belle announced, at 10 o'clock A. M, that th? faculty, coiporate tnerubera, I'mid-at, undergraduates, Xcof Tnmty (EpiacoptJ) College, had taken up their line of intrch from College llill for Christ Church, in this city. The procession was larger than usual. The attendance at the church was more dense than heretofore, show in the lining popularity of thin college. Yesterday afternoon the Rev. 1 ?r. Hawks, of your city, gave a moat brilliant address upon " Our Country?her Destiny an I Duty," at Chriat church, before the Houaa of Convocation. Kvery |ieraon present was delighted With it. lie spoke In Just terms of contempt of those servants of the people at Washington, who talk so flippantly of dissolving the Caion. They will hod that they will have to consult the wtshesof the millions of freemeo, from the ?t Lawrence to the Kio Wrande, and from the shorea ot the Atlantic to the shores of the Pacific. The address will unquestionably be published. The exhibition ol the l'aulieuon S' -icty was held on Tuesday evening, at American li ill. The students who took part in this exhihuioo were MrllHt Btoneoo, Conn { Win II. Stud ley, loon; Samuel Sherman, Conn ; Lewis 8. Paddock, Cm ; Daniel K Lovendge, ('onn ; Alexander O. ( uninuna, Delaware: Geo I) S tree rot. Cons; ( ilea C. Kaaton, New York; Francis 11 M ishnell, Conn.; Geo. T. Kider, New York. The exhibition closed with a colloquy, " A chapter from the world, ny J. u. naw>er; ine invalid, or I*. C. Tmgley: "Social Philanthropist," by O. T. Rider; " IiomcBpnibic PhjiaeiM," by J. Beckwith; " Practicaliat," by I), E. Lnwrwl|rj " Idealjot," by M. Brooaon; "New Theoriat." by J. ' L Sawyer; '* Transc?ndentaliat," by S. Sherman; "Humorist," by O D Sergeant. The Junior exhibition took place at Chriat Church, on Wrdnenday evening. The exercises wrte i Voluntary oa the organ. Trayer I. Litia Salutaloiy, wi h an Ksgliah WMMI Hm ri<(amtruretsy, Alexander (} Cnminina, Smyrna, I?el | 1 The SaUriat, J. Day K> rguaon, Stamford. Music 3. Chatierton, John Hrainard, llanford 4 Socialism, (reorge D. Sargeant, Norwich Music. 6. The Age of Lwo X . ('has. Edward Trrry, 11 art lord 6 The Drama, DanusO. Crosby, New | York Music. 7. Beliaahna, Geo. A. mchox, WaxJiingiun. 8. The Greek idea of Immortality, (/has. J. Hoadhy, Hartford. Music I The graduating class exercises took place this noon, at t hrist'a Church, sod were aa MioWgi? I. Latin Salutatory, with na or a'ion?Payaatn ; Orig-wes? Daniel l/overidire, New Preston 3 The Anglo Knxun?Thomas Murdoch Brown, 1 Brooklyn. H !?> mbole of Mmd?Heward Shriver, Cumberland, Maryland. Muatc?( horns from the oratorio of the "Crenaii?o."hy Haydn 4 Wordaworth ? William Harrison Stud'ey, l Dridgeiett 6 The Ihtiue lltghi of Poetry?Edward StarI lan k Worth, Boston. Mass | 6 EnthusiasmCharles K Grarea, II inland, i ! Vermont Mimhc- Cboroafrom the oratorio of " fn Paul, | by Mfnrir|i">hii 7. Poem?Ur?r|r Tkoiau Rider, Ciniwti, Nrw Yotk M H> |>reaenuiirr Cme# ? Bamuel Hl.enma, ilrnokheid ft The Cwrntw John M Marvin, Bnd^i*rt. Mnalc?Sob?, by Oreglielml?" (Jrattaa Agmua tihi prnptrr Mainiia Glorlam fnam It Sloat Paddock, f'h*ikin. II Tlta American Three I)av? of July?John H?wlry rMnteenharg, Wilmington. IMawara IS Soroera, valedictory? John Taylor Huntington. Bridgeport f Mnnic?Solo and chorea from the oratorio of the " Hrven Sleeaem"? Dr lorwr I 1 )egrrc of Bachelor of Ana conferred i?f?na Thoa. Murdoch Bmwn, Francia Henry Bwahiv lJ, l.?om Ciigrr llaaell, JobnTatlof Hun'ingten. ('harden I liirimri Ifcniel Kdarard feivendge, John r Nnhtrirl M una, IranAnit I'ulici, flutn I Hber Petem, fttorne Tlmtnaa Wider, John I. P??rI jer, Reginald He+ier finfrll, Samuel rtherm m, | lloarard Shnrer, John lla?ley ftto?aen!>tirg, Wil. Ilarn llarrlvon Stud ley. K4?ard St??W.a W?rh I TW Maeier'a OfauM *?; ileilyered by Mr r Samuel iWrwiln of Ynnity Oollega ( | Mnme I b<>r ia fiton ton uraiorm ai the "M?at alah," by llandel I JVgrea *( Mof hrta coefar-?d la earaa a??n RKII DAY, AUGUST 2, 1850. Samuel Benedict. George M. Hill*, Ebeneze i.v...... i k . M iimmji... ii u/ Chilton Loop, Ganrge S ffll tihii, James Bridge Rsh'h Hurlhut M*ine; G W Pendleton. Hear E W Miitihews, John Herbert Beits, aud Charle Richard Chapman, of Trinity College ; and ineoi poratcd tioni other colleges, Nathaniel P. Kuapi of Harvard, John F Jenkins, M. D.,of Union, an Edward Jereup, of Yale. Master's honorary degree conferred upon Rtchar Ktsaam, M D.,Kev William K. Hibbert, and Kei llenry Norman Hudson.

Bachelor in Divinity, (honorary,) Kev. Jante McKay, Inverness, Scotland. 1 lector of Laws, (honorary,) John W. Franch M. D , New York. Master of Arts, (Ad Kundem,) Iter. Horac Fsithful Gray, M A., Corpus Chriati College, G.t ford; Henry Melville l'arker, M. A., Harvard Col lege; Ilenrv Sherman, M. A., Yale College, Rev Lewis Greene, M. A., Amherst College; Rev Theodore Bahcock, M. A , Union College; Johi liobatl Bahcock, M. A., Union College. Music.?Old Hundred. Prayer by the President. Benediction by tls Chancellor. As your columns are now filled with more inte resting n? w? from the fa*hion>?t>le watering [>l <cen Washington, and the four quarters of this mundam or mudd) .-'phere, I will defer until the next Gum mrncemeut, the usual panegyric upon the exer cites. Rut whatever the performaucea may I* much next year, they cannot excel those of tin prerent. Connecticut river, for a week past, has beet very high; the water has been 17feet7iuchee ahovi low water mark; a circumstance unheard of he fore in the month of July. The damage occa sioned thereby should be estimated, not hv tens but by hundreds of thousands of dollars. The ha] and potato crop are completely destroyed in tin meadows; thousands of tens were carried off b] the freshet, und what was standing has been de Mroyt-d by the nand washed on it. Live s'ocl were seen Hosting down the rapid and turbid nur rem, intcispersed with bridging, lumber, Arc. Th< water, to-day, has nearly receded front ou whurves This noon, at the height of Commencement ex ercices, the thermometer was ff'h" iu the sli ide, n this city, the warmest day of the bat a five o'clock we were visited with a refreshim shower, which caused a general rush for tbici clothing. Our Hulllvun County Correspondence. ISlooiiinosbckuii, StrtxtVAN Cou.>yr, > New York, July 25, 1:150. > The Dt la Mater Claim* on Ixind?Copy of tk Patent, f-c., 4*c. Quite a sensation was produced in this place, t few days since, by the arrival of certain claimant (heirs of John De la Mater, deceased), for t large tract of land, in the most fertile valle] of Sullivan county. The interest of the De li Mater heirs is represented by John A. hilkinton I'.sq., and Ann Klkinton, his wife, formerly Ant De la Mater, of Philadelphia; Jacob Dunton, jr. and Caroline, his wife, formerly Caroline De h Mater, only children of John De la Mater, who, i is said, claim without legal disabilities. The right sf the De la Mater heirs are one fourth, an undivided fourth, moiety of 3,700 acres and estimated to he worth $00,000, with the ac cruing rents lor tu years prior to tne commence mcnt of the suit. Judge Ltimmick is retained a counsel for the heirs. [frtn the Record J In the Matter of JtJin A. Klkinton, and Ant Klkivton, hi ll'tft, Jacob Ituntnn, jr.. am Caroline lJunton, hit H'ift, htiri ui law of Joht JJt la Mutrr, tin rated. copy op nut pat*!?t. "George III., by the gruce of God, of Ore* Britain, France, and Ireland, king, defender of th< ftt.lh, ?nd so forth: To all lo whom lie-He present may rome.grectuigi Whereas, our loving sulijecK Simon Itemaen, John lie U Mater, George Lua dine, und Henry Thomas, by their hotntdr i?ctitinn prisenled unto our truly and well-helored VVilli.tr Try on, Cequire, our Captain General, and G ?vei norm Chief. in and over our province of Net York, and (he territories depending thereon, i Arnenca, Chancellor and Free-Admiral of ih same All that certain tract or parrel of lane situate, lying, and being in the connty of Iflstri within our province of New York, being part < the lands formerly granted to Captain John Kvam the patent whereof has since been vacated, an the lands rrasaunied, beginning in the emit hound of a tr ct of land lately grunted to Jab Miller and Nicholas Killman, at the northsu corner of a tract of land surveyed for lienel Lifierts, and thence along the said south Vmindt south fcti degrra and SO minutes went, 179 chain* and south SM degrees, west 157 chains, to a trac of land lately granted to John Taylor. Thei along the bounds of the last mentioned trac I Of miiu, wmm 'To nrjjirrB nun -w minats, r-?^i a chauir, to a tract of land granted to Thorn* a Noxoa Thrn along the hound* of the laat ivenliooed trie of land, north tW degree* lib chain*, and sotnh I Degree*, ea?t 7U chain*, to a tract of land grant't* Thorns* Ellison. Th<-n along the hound* uf th laat mentioned tract of I mil, north II degrnat weat I at! chaina, north 37 degreea, weal 7ft cntini nouth 16 degree*, eaat 03 chaina, and north 34 Jr prera, eaat 34 chaina, to a tract of land granted t Il'-nderaon Duhoia and Cornelia* Schomacher, ji Then alone ihe landa of (he laat mentioned tr ict t land, north 29 degree*, eaat 42 chaina, and on other tract of land granted to the afoo-aaid Thorn* Klliaon Then along the hounda of the laat in-ti tinned tract of laad, north 74 degreea, w?t 17 i hatha, north 26 degreea, eaat 31 chains, and tout 74 degreea, enat Mrhaiaa, to the aforeaanl irai of land atirveyed for lteneh Lifl'ert*. Thea alon the houada of the laat mentioned tract of land nort 86 chaina to tha place where thia tract began, cor laiaing three thouaand aetren hundred acre* of I am and the uaual allowance for highway*." At agar op a Cotrrrrna phtkr ? A young mm, passenger on ihe ateamhoat train from Worceate w*a arrested in this city, on Friday night last, at der the following ciicumatancea ? At Wore-Me during the day on Friday, he applied to a broker I change aome money for him Among Jhe mone waa a roun'erreii 931 hill no the ,Ht*ie H iok of li diana, which ihe broker threw oat, and on clow imprctiM, a $1 Mil on acme other hank waa loooi akilfullv altered loa |A To the intimation fru< the broker that h' had rfeaigned to puw fra-oliitei nioney, the fellow replied with a eery planer* ntory ; he wan r>e*erthe|eaa clonely marked, aa alter hia departure an officer Waa made ar.pMinte with iho cticuoirtancea and put on the Iwnk-ou ll?pi-eaing by the ticket office of the railroad, moment or ;wn after the train had etarted lor So wich, the broker exclaimed to the ticket maaie "Look oat for counterfeit money H "On wh hank V" waaaaked " The State Bank of Indiana ' We have juat taken a fS) hill on that 'tank." r Joined the ticket maater , and on comparing noti reelecting the appearance of the indivtoiial ? whom li waa offered, no douht exiatvd aa to h deutitv With ihe fellow who had previoualy call' upon the broker. The pirtiri immediately ml Hiit|nit 11 in mm ciiy ; dui owing in ntt'ite iii?t mngement to the wire*, the melange ?*?* not r reived until late, and when officer Km'unn ? rived on wte ground for the pnr^oee id ittfthitlii the rogue. the train ha i alreadv etarted from tl depot in thm city, for Allyn'* Point. Il? pAwnj round the curve leading to the railroad hridg-* i however, pcitormeH with niowoenn an?l care | t hat by dint of hnrrl running and vocal telegraid Inf. the train w? atonped on the bridge The lir man who n'epprii trom the no to th?- platform w hrrevted, and proved, by the rfeacri,itina f?wwi?di by lrl? grn|>b, to he the rogue He w.,a t.>k*-n I a' < ualod} . end. the premiee* about the hridge ?ih? quently being nearrhed, a to'1 win found, iton*t? ing of twenty counterfeit |'?) bill* on the sin Knnk ?f Indiana, nnd a nnnnterfoit fi0 to" on Nouth Carolina Hank He win lodged in j t I ?? the neat t? .ruing an officer from vVotu-vter n?"l hia ap|iearnnre end conveyed htm hack to that ci' for trial ? Nwnritk (Cow.) Aurora, Jmlw *1 Army Intelligence. fiaaratiM ar Ma<.iwaai.?A 4?i??hm?nt of neveri eempnata* of notdter- roeea'iy nrrtren at Jege???a hi mefc. rr.? N.? y?r? u, m* Will Ther o-r. r rnio Inl-oOedto Ull ay Iho.k "I r?g ? ? ! Hew yor* On in*.ir antral at l.annlle the eh >i?i appeared awnng then la 1 wil'taaat ? >rai aoit or vl?kt of new a led Tki < mad a pert- ' pea : ibn mnitlf. an>l M b?rn ? ? ? nrrir-i ml ?h h? ! rv|? iWrnl nmtr ?' th?tn hm.l .|?m-rtn4 II l? ?? , ! p*e?4 ih?t frmi vtn.y < ( lt?n r?) >i? lb?lr on Miwli M Ikr harr>fh< l?f <4 IK. rt l'f? ?l n tbrtr n Irrnmr-'n-mr I" Ibr ViM^.rtMioii nf ? vy Mm* bimtlim HmtmIu'o '?! !< ?- >??* > i?mh In rmb Mr Nr? k>tl?* Tim ilMinl I* J' fcim Mnn-ia |>?| n,n? In ! * I ari *?? ib- rmaiMr*. M Mih??- '? fk> A aln> Mfl? ???*( 41-rmMr mmmal nf Owi'i ?1?n* l"l|M b" 4. '?"?nl * fftrt '.? r-n Wmrl h -|l. Jrwi f If* ) <* ! I M* M 117 D A" 1 ii 11 iX r The U*ld of Varurjr, We inint-lhtr u.i the fhiuhi the ?tn 11*-x? <! account >t of an itii()i>rmm gold region in fdouth America:? ( y Tlie tluhrucr of a new California in tin a pro- i ? vtnce is uoi a futile The rrirnt advice* received l r. fioui the rouuiry of f'put.i confirm ihe dhieuerry ' of one rich mine ol gold m Yutu try, near Tu?>u- I ij <lu,'n Mflor Pedro MonaHerio, neightior of the pro- ! d vince ol Uarqutsetueto, Ins arrived ftniu IfpiU, \ r where he hass|>eiit several moulhn lu expiring the r Biream of Yuruary, Ihe golden ground* of winch i a borne other perrons hail already vt?ue I, Usi ye ir, and, to ihe satisfaction of allr he baa stiowcd the r , result of his investigations, in order that no one I ' could doubt of the abundance of the mine, and of 1 U. n?.l.iu ?r . k.. ,^i.l Muuvlu ull hf . 1... .-i? bitants of ihia city have seen the different Maniples < of gold offered by Sehor Monasterio, the weight of which is, an a great many persons are aware, no less than fifty ounces. Those samples consist of j gold dust, and of grains of different aue. (ff tins last class, there is a weight of twenty onnces, which can be comptrod, without exaggeration, with the ? grains of sniull beans and coffee, and some of them weigh more than half of an ounce. The connoisseurs ascertain that thia gold is to the mark of > tweut>-foiir carats; and.it it be true, it is one of t, the liurst inetufa in the world, for the gold of this quality is ouly fouud in Maracaibo, K im ladies. Hal thia is not the question. The fact is, tint the 1 gold exists in great quantities in Yuruary. Several persons have bought from one to four ounces. I givmg with pleasure, in return, to Seflor Menus- 1 terio, twenty dollars in current money for every 1 ounce in gram or iu dust ' It is |Mieitively known that the value of what has 1 been found by th ftor Monastery's ex|ieditton is no less than three thousand dollars; and for some dtf- , ferences which took place between the miners, it 0 became necessary to stop the work, and t? go on r with it on a more regular and economical scale j than that which waa pursued ; for it appears that ? the workmen, instead of washing the sand, used only to take the lumps, throwing a way all die rest (] without more exatniualiun, muddying the waters , of the stream ao that the aed Intro la could not be p distinguished from what was washed. We must p add, also, some fear on the part of 8eftor Munis- i term, who, with only two compauious, did not * t Iwlit ve himself very secure of his acquisition in c ? ifiose deserts, waioh Mre crossed everywhere 11 { in search of that metal hy companies of oeasants, who gave him n? great confidence. It is J now proved in every respect that gold does exist in ? the Yuruary ; that gold, the samples of which have , been seen in 1833 and 1K11, in the hands of the na- JJ, lives of Tupuqtteit, from which sotne jewelry was t, made in U|>ala, and of which " Indian Atsenico u t halls," were used to shoot deer. As it in well known that many p.-raons are pre- t paling new expeditions to Yurunry, ami that the d 1 greater part of them have not the knowledge ft 4 wanted in order to insure the good fortune which J I they no aldeutly wi?h, we believe we give them " . an important seivice by referring them to the Geo- *' graphical and Mercantile Dictionary, by llerg, '' 1 wheie they will find a method in perfect harmony j, , with that followed by Senor 1'. Munaatario in his j, j first and richly productive expedition. We will D publish aeparately this method. fi ? On the other hand, the country is wealthy, with ft i an abundance of cattle, gume, and fish. It would I; t also be prudent to take along eome ration* and 11 utensils from this city, in order not to feel the want ' of them, or not to pay too dear for them in that place, for there will he a great many speculators, i, aa in California, who will e.-tabmii their hotel* ami d atorea in every stopping place on the route, aa in Puente deTahlae, Guacayma, Upata, Gurv, and in Tuputjueii itself, which will be the rrrvirz-itoui, s and in which they will have to give the greater part of their work in return for what they may purchase. Ct;iTAi> Bolivak, 2d May 1H50. , P 8. Ily a letter froin 8a-nor Juan B. Dalla Costn, Jr , w hoiaon a tour on the Yuruary. we know positively that another peraon besides Manaetrrio hna found and brought to this city 138 . ounce* of gold. Senor Cainilo Gorroehoteghi. who lives in Tupuapien, and who lias followed He nor Monaster hi some of his excursions to ' Yuruary, writea on the 15th of April, "that lite * stone* which are found produce little or nothing worth the trouble of looking after, and that it ia (J much better to wa*h." bo we adviac the people to gu un wnitiuug. Atao-rnnt Mait. Ronnaa Arrk^tkii ?Monday ' lint, our Charles Emory, who has resided in thia J nty about four month*, wu arreated near Soring' field, Illinois, in ifir act of stealing aundry package* ( from the mail hags ui?>n thr Eaatrrn mage The ( particular* of the arrrat have not yet been made , known in tbia city, hut sufficient i? aacrrtainrd to , justify ifir concluaion that Emory haa been rnitaged in robbing ihe mail for aomr timr |?rt. Information of hia arrrat and residence in thie ciry h iving i been ronunuuiratrd to Marnlial Frip*. that oHiorr 1 III W? diuit I) proc* rdrii to a h iu*r on Fourth street, ' brtwrrn Locust and Olive, (occupied by a woman j representing heraelf aa the wife.f Emory,) and j ararrbrd ihr premiaea. In a trunk, which waa , raid to belong to Emory, waa found a bond from t the city of Galea* to the I'hu.'nil Insurance ('oui- t ; tysny, for $200. and a letter, enclosing the aame to John If latnilm, of this city Also, the halve* of ? auinlty bank bills, which, no doubt, havr be-n i mailed and unused by the robber, from the fact I that he never auccrr ded in aecurtng the remaining t portion. Aa, no doubt, the other half of the vari' oua hilla found have reached their denttnalioa, wa aiibjmn a deaciiption of the half bill* found in Einoiy'a trunk, and which are now in the possession ot Marahal Fell", $ 100 half lull on the Mate If ink 1 of Kentucky ; $20 lo?ll hill oo Hank of llagerstown, I Md $20 half bill on Hank of Ilarrisburgh. Prnn ; ! $20 fttMlf bill on Stale If ink of Indiana ; $3) half bill on Slate of f 'bio ; $ 10 half hill on Hank of Mi?aotirt ; fill half hill on Hank of Virginia ; $10, $.'? I.d ait I..II bill, nn Si..i*> it,..k ?r I II..., am a". ? (2 andf I helf hill* on Stair Kmnk of Indian* ; $5 i _ half bill on Bank of Maaatllon, Ohio; % "> half Ml I J on Wieoonain Murine Insurance Company ; ?? half J bill on Faimera' an<l Merhamoa' Hank, Bal'imore; tA half bill on Bank of Vergennea ; and 11(1 h ill ' bill on unknown hank?the I mi ay II a hie ol win. h ia field." The woman of the boune, who gave her name aa Bridget A. Kmory, waa arretted and a lodged ia jail, aa a witneta againai ber reputed r, buabard She atatea thai, until wuh<a four monhi i- paef, Mmory and heraelf have lieen travelling r, through Illinoia on pleaeure ; but further than thl? o makea an diarlnaure. She will he taken to llliaoia y aa a witneaa.?At Mi RrpnUuan, Jaitf 21. rt I Tn* TanranTarnc Taaarr.?Oa a reperuaal of | ' the neatjr lately made between our governtnnat n and Mexico, in regard to the right at way for a i It r..kH Mf* ,.,-r ikp IVk.. I. k - ..k.ltk.l ' j all ihf ci*croiiiii< are r- ndered of no account, and | "J ibr contract made a perlect aullitjr by on* fatal t nmieeion We refer m the abaeace of a prnviaom 1 ramming tonnage donee, and alao a pruviaioa * f?uhli?lin| a port of entry in the neighborhood of *" the Caatwcualcn*. The innnafe rfutiea ex arte 4 fi by Mexico, are eery high ? three doll >r*, We be. ?? Iieve, for email, and a dollar and a half for I a rye veeeela At thta rate, one tart* ateauibout. ptyieg between thta city and (a>aU?roalcoa, would have ' to pay the Mexican gorernmrot at leant one huaf dred thrmaaod dollarn a year. Thia ia too great a ' tax for our commerce to endnre. The rehoantepec route can never, under auch paatricimna aa * lucre, compete with the Nicaragua aad I'maai r- route*, where neither tonnage nor tranaportaiion e- dune* are exacted Thia ia cerlainlr an extraof' dinnrv MM*MMI, and eX|n?aee ihe aingnUr Want of if knowledge in oar mtniairr, or in the long-headed ? genttr no n who have been engng-d here for aomn !?" lime, in patching up thia treaty. To hear amn* of S them talh, on* would imigtnethat they had thn wbob ihmg at th?it fingera'end*, and when the ?- contract, of which their braina had long been ia ?f labor, w*e produced, U would be aomething more ? thaa the rnlu ulima niouae which the moiiattta haa d brought forth Well, here we have it now, in all to H* gigMntir frgtwree. and when examined. it proven * to tie a perfect nullity ?of oo more value thin the t? calf* -km upon which It waa written Noaigaie ctoua ch|iii?IiiU will lake a rent'a worth of atnch ? undrr riu h a contract. Tebttantrpec will he "I Ihiowa b? fund Nicaragua and Panama, until the I* laitir gel mi f*t ahead that we ahall never be <T able to catch up with ihem While theae treattea are h> log cogiiao d over, *ad ange npeculatioaa Indulged in bete, the rotiiiwiiien at ihe North are porbing abend plank nn>| mam t*mii*d roada ti M-roan the more difficult routiaof Pint>14 and r Nicaragua TV very p?p?r wbir.'i ronton* Ihe ? copy of thia u? |e.? tr?afr, h ia an adverti*ement * for eeveral hundred abb bodied laborer*, to wnrh ' on ihe Panain* to -d Haaiitr* the <mi*einn of a I* clanae rvnu'img tiwnagr dulre*, there ia another . uni-nwn i? ?'?i? i?? |i ^u'nmiw ? port ?l rttitf m ih* mmh of ?'o ?tg iroilrnft, no , fhftt t??f l? )!! Kit* t? 'Irtftf il VrN Om, MW,r r?l h?fvlrrH niilr* frnni th* |W|rM<4 (MtMrif i< tbr m?< ?/Vn? lbu%. J+i./ II * . ? . I TW a* ftwft?|. M *?! ?*??, N | 'ft'ift ir< tftt< ik*i iV ftr??ft> ?l?1l ftftl t'ftrf * ft"" lbft>>4] *f fcftlft N. bftft* fWftM IMI? " r-ftkt T???. i>? H|M ? nf* ? "?? ft*"1** Ur 4m '*! *f ill* 1 ttftttorf, *" . V><h? IUI '1 w- jolltftft ft| fha ? ' T flftTT . ' * ?-4t.f I hy llf ? a' --L_- H eS?BBWEg LD. TWO CENTS. Braokly* Clljr Intelligence. MiLitsat Kiioa-m. ?On Mdii day morning n*Tt, be flr.t romioiuy of Contlii.otal 0 nerds, of thifcity, .mm a tided In ('apt Joseph S Nafftn, and Lieaeinnts Edmonds. Holland ar.d D? Witt, e? flue n let of j < una m-n a. ran he found in an* military noa>any depart u|M'B their long taIk <J of e*enr?lnn tn 'htlad.lphia Th.y will number from forty to lllf a in kef e Captain Morft* nrrlraf > iellw ywtarlaf, rem Major Krlt*. commander of tbr National Orvya, of 'hilad. Iphia etat ing that terry arrangement bad bora > ad. in order to make their tnt a. agr-?eblo a? tho ir.t of the .I'llher. and oihrr olreiim.t.tnc *. would illow The Greys will raceire the Continentals and rort lh.ni into the city. The quarter, of the oi?amny will be i be Red Ll?l They trill stay throo day* n the oily of Brotherly Lorn Jmntme Bcicimt -Tb."* ination of this man, tin the charge of attemptir?tJ was resumed yealetdiy morning Mererslr .. .? ware ttliwln doi the part ot the defence, trh all testified that tha rein [ion# wbicli ha# existed bntw. en tba deceased and dcfondant, were, for aught they knew to the contrary, frteDdly. The last witness sworn w?s Robert Taylor, now in jail for having aided lleeeroft in hie late escape. Ilia testimony wti of the same character ae that of tho former witne##ee. In addition, however, he eaid ho had been with tlurcroft two or three timee within tho part two Weeks The flrnt time be stayed all night with him the necond half an hour, and the third ab >ut an hour ; that the pnuoipal subject of coneer-ation wee I hat of hb getting bail lor defendant. The oa<? was adjourned to this day, at three o'clock Rn rtvino Htolxn Qoone.?Julia llrnpby. residing a No 19 state street. was arrested on Wednesday nigh act by officer 8nedeker. on a charge of receiving a mother of stolen dresses from a little girl named Vtary tnn H Inn who stole them from Mr# Julia Ann 11 -a-h, vlille begging tor cold victual* She was he.d to anwer. Hall Thiev ?Thomas O'Connor was detected on Vedneedwy evening, by n citlsen. in the act of making 0 with n couple of hale which he had stolen from the eid'Bce of the Rev. Samuel K Johnson ovrnar of ay street and Myrtle avenue lie was examined anJ eat to the penitentiary for thirty days (ins# Lasvvwv ?On Wednesday l??t Depnty Sheriff iakey and officer Walling, of New York, err stai. on looey Island, a negro named Charles II arm >a on suailciolt ot having stolen a couple of gold watnhes. the rnperty ot Capl Maentnher aad lady mlued at aboat 100 each. The tellow confee-ed the thett and told ih- re the property ?w bid The offlrers found it acnrdlug to the direction given. Harmon wae detained a custody A Ht.-ree-rset Witwkss.?Officers llicks and Wright, esterday took into custody Mr# ,1u#an fish. on a barge of having purloined several articlaa of plate obi Mr II C. Foster, on the Ikth of July last. The lolcu property was found tu the house of the accused, ho is a daughter ol Jonathan lleeeroft, an 1 brought a the stand in her father's defence. She was ecasillted. Emrti or thv. Ilaat?OisTsrvsieo Ocooaaeeea.? 'wo men. named Michael and Thoma# 'unuiughaia, topped down In Myrtle avenue, on Wednesday last, row the effects of the overpowering heat Tb ** r ung men had reoeuttv arrived from Ireland bringing ith them an aged father and e sister They bad bs-n ucciealul only a day or two elnee. In obtaining work Don one of our streets, when tbey were nut down In he midst ol iheir usefulness. Th*y wore carried arthroten fattier are Itupiaaible to de?nribi. A inn named Patrick I'leary died, on Wudaeeday n'ght, oru etbauatlon. retired by or.-r cgertiou la reinnemg jruiture troni bouaa No. IU Johneon etraet. Ilia f*aC ( reaide In New York Ilia bo.|y w?? tatao to tYlllaniahtirg try Interment. The t'erener heldau In n iba body of a or an named Patiink Uonnall, who lad of eongeatlen of the brain. Yardlot accordingly. Dhatn or a Wootht Cmxgn ? Mr Nathan Young e parted tbla llfa yaaterday Ha waa unleer.ally ean laed br hie nail** goednaarof heart and dlatolereatil bmaeolanca lie commenced Ufa aa a earp-ater; e an afleraarda a partaer wtth lion. |la?ld A Hnhea, I. C ilee.t trotn the lloun'y of Klnira. which bualimaa a rontlnued up la tba parlod ot bia death. Ha waa g-d about fifty-Bee. aud hla dacnaaa wtU ba leinentd tj aU who knew him ArriLUTiaa?A Oitt w?triim?> in Ti.mei* ? Patriak rlurpl.y, a city uatohaan. wan ar reeled by I)-poty ibeilO Knltoti, on a r barge ol being the putative lether >f a young reeponathllity In the ebape of a bounciag >oy about three weeka old whinb waa litaly to bec"mo k lurtlm upon the already o?er let..to .untyof Kinga fh' happy fatlnr (') l> a married rn in and tha rather >f live or elg rbildren lie waa raqulrad to glva boada or Iba aupport of tha obUd Political In lei llgaara. Nitiii Auxauan Nowineyione in PaanayLvaaia.? rba native Amerteana of Plttaburgb Pa bare ami. natk'd Jobn Belgbtley aa tha eandblaie for Onngiwm tor the rhert term. (raranry oonanoaed by tha r eig. uatlon of Hon Moaea Hampton.) anJ Irrt'l Culfn lor the loll term. flu Wool ano th? OorganoaeMiy Tba name ot Dm Wool baring been mentioned In e >ane?tioi with a randldaey for tTorernor of thle itiate he haa wrltlea the following latter to a geatlaaan of Kocheeter who addreaoed ba on tha aohjeat Taov. Jan# II. 1?:4 In reply I have only time to aay that I bar# beam i( piled to by many democratic friend# to kmnm a raodidata for tba gubernatorial chair of Nee York, nbleb I bare unif- rmly declined and tor reaeooe which I doubt aot, would be aatlafWrtory to you aa wall aa ay Ylende la general for aercleoe readered ay aouatry, truet I bara tba appro halloa and good oplntoa off ba people a ay aeilra Itate Tbla la nar proaioma ? H. - I he n <,?P. e.J .?n Ik.. .. _a_. ._U Par tbo fUroruhlo oplal?a you bar# bora ?l#a?4 to ijrr?#tB my brhali, ami lb. H.IU4 (tall# a yum ' old ronf.r on a#, I olT#r you ay fruitful uon??lr4|i unit With rnnrldrratiooA of Ik# ht|hMt rarproi. I kuru ho honor to ha Tour ob'dt #?rraut JOHN I WOOk. "i? Brrrt nrrnrirr# 10 thi r?ro or Poor?#oon *>?"<? ?Wo hurojutl l#uru#d of nut fun# ubiok |0 fur to ?how tb# utior ful'lty of Profao*?r W#b?tor'0 coufrtrlnu u? to tbo dt# port t ton of Ur Parkaou'o body, ond by ubirb ho Mb apud to ?ko? hi# oaut of pr.arditattnn In tb# kllitu* A otudout ut tb# Medina I roll.*# ho# thl* aornlof for tb# flrot tla# dlorloood lb.i ut tbo tla# of tbo inurd. r okik ho ?% tn Ik# dlrarrtluf ro?a #utry. bo dtaituotly k?ord ?nu#4* i>f onartbln* h#tu* dra**#d nr?r tb# .lair. l#udlu* to Prnboon* W-b.t#r'o Invor laboratory - ohlob h# boo now no doubt troro Uiuo producod by tbo doooout of [>r. Parkaau'# body Au riaatualloa of tbo .Ink iu lb# uppor laboratory d*?rrihod by Profaauur W.s.tor k# tb# ouo h* u?#<t for tb# dt#a #a b#runt of tbo body, d*a?ti.trut## It# pooltio# Incapacity for thu purpor# It b.|n* of o#ry #noll ! # Aut furtbortnnr# tb# bond boo# wblah Prnf#o#or W#b#t?r .p-uto of I* bl# lotlrr of #>pluuutlnu to tb# ('ouuoll. u ixd by bla to eourry out#r to #uld #tuh, ou# thl# u#rulaf m* uMirrd by n?e?r O H bpurr and found to bo u roupl# of fort too obort lor that okg#ol - JUrtoo T'mmrertpf. Jutp SI. RtiktM'ii Can tii nuioi -Owl ?"pt'?liouo ufr making for the r#cr p iou of (bo A. n 0. in thr different pi arm whnrh th#y iff to ot?l. They loam Albany. on Monday earning n??t. Ihr Rip Van Winlilr, nrrtvtag to N.u Tofb ou T'kmJxv morning, wb#re they #fr to bo rm#ir#< by tbo Light (iuard#, turf ore to qmr?er at tb# Aolof llotire Thry Irirt Mow T..HI ou T tunloy r*ening. lb tbo K?y Rut#. Am Pmrfdenue? f/Aoup A jyrmm. JtJf *1. _ Ahubot *f a Hun Fuuaui Picimctir.-Cu TN'lith# pool lb# f'tfiol' populoliotl of Il'ir itv b?#o t.rfo.l iia f lk#tr iiati a I uKiuintna l* fun* Itanthiinc An nn>nan, ?r nl Ian* uncatrbaMa mny k?> hrfi and about mam, ptekina hair iioohatn and rohhtnf ikfm nf thrir l<i|? anil >alnahlra ut broad daylight Th?? will ha pltd tn mm i bat km nl thatr par?nctilor? baa at Unt Ann* ?u#h', through tha taimptHiiy and anargr nl on* I thatr titimhar. TW adroit pwnldof waa a tlar-h. or miliar mulatto woman, nrifhinf latrlv n hundrtd i*?tod< 'l?n th<- ninth of July laa\it?a tirnaad ?f|t lata tha rroekaty war?^*ora of Mr ftmmaa, Washington airart, and ankad in nan an* rrta kfrynarr, wkirh aanahnai to li'f. Tha ironrd plrkrtt not a nam bar of ikian. aad at laat i-sprawad a dnti* tor aomathtnc ttpo* a diataat tbalf, and ahil* Mra btitmaa fan atraicbinf not l?>r H, aha frit ikr rnlorad wont in padl flow in bar, hot MMpartad nothing, Mhortlr nflarward tha r?iorad woman nrhrtnT a nttmhar of nrtinlan, nhirh aha aatd tkr would rail f<* in a abort tinf Aftn ahr waa (oor. Mm Butmaa ancrtainH tbil bar |? It' bo in, roniatinni abont rigbiaan dollara In nmnay, wlm b aha had in bar b md Inn ?> thn woman raiwa in, and pat into bar ynrkat aa "ha rarna forward in att. ad npon lb? cnworo-r, wan porta, and aha wtatantly nonpar tad h?r lata naitar of th. robhary On thr aif htranth of Jn'y, th* anmn rolnrad woman want into tha Mora of Mra Swaanf, No I Ml Hanovar atrart, and eallad for trnnnaa nrtirlan, whtrb aha plarrd in ha-p, and aatd that M would rail for that* in nn hour Af'?r aha Wan rnnr, Mn flwaan* nnrartninad ih.t bar poena* boon .?.to.,n. Afra.n dollar*. ?? pona alao YrrirHay iflrrtoM, in Hf* M tV N?rtli Ko4, ikf ierut>4 * ! ifr* h? a l?dj. who *1 n?o* rmerynttrd her mm 'If f'mnm mtffr'mil nt *H- iw<i tr.hVrtra .% prr?fT?rtaihr anltnw*! K-t far ?a hoar or two thmufh wwral W"t?. aod a?w Vr rntmr m l>-???ia tV mar <>t H>lkat.> ??' * HV <lfu pmrMml I Ik- rj ,n ?+,r- f, ?n4 fc>4 h*rarr????d gmmm Vr mnr >mfs> ? In* Ja tfcr poHrr roort ^ ^.r-4 no run-.* fioo. aad IB of ?> - I for f.?l wi. MO'V ' r<<r i/ial ?Ratltm TV.(v. /? , /?.* .*1 TV Hnna inftaiuanr* n? TaW4a? a* m??o ? ? r.rj ?*? . a>1 < (> V?H la ?V rtif a?4 miili * h??? H"?a <???, ?a< a n>.at?r > (4Vm ??f? fi -Mir la ?r?#

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