Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 26, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 26, 1855 Page 2
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J11JTAL OF TO GM1GE LAW. OWE DAY LATER FROM CALTFORHIA. Rcwa from tie loath Facific, Nicaragua, Mex ico and Now Granada. Ml,092,297 in Mold Arrtr ^. aociDi.Tr m ns rinAiia railroad. ONE MAN KILLED. markets, Aft. Ac., Ac. ?m? Mil steamship George Lav, Captain Gray, arrirad pa (today morning from As pin wall, having sailed thanoa tlir M ,M the 16th. She arrived at Quarantine at 4 ,S? Ska hrivga tba Oallfornia mails of J ana 2, 91,062,287 la kraaanra on freight, and 714 paaeengera. The (teamer Jthn L. Stephens left San Fraaclace for Fanaaea on the lot inat., bnt whan naarlng Fort Point, it wao fannd that one of the boiU connecting tha ohachla ?m badly (prong, and it wao thought advisable to re tnrn ta repair daooagao. She oailad again on tha warn ing of the 2d, and oemsequentiy brlngo one day later team San Franoiaoo. The poaoangara from San FrancieeF started from Pana ma for AsplawaU lata in tha afternoon of the 16th inat. Jut after dark, when tha latt train bad erooeed the ?wmmlt, and waa descending a vary steep grade, tha eoapiiag af one of tha forward cars either brake or ha eawe diacanaacted. This created a "pace between tha noparatad cart, and consequently rung the engineer's hel, n signal to atop, whleh ho obeyed. In an inatant after, the balance of too ears, which were only a short dbtwice behind, etmt rushing upon thoaa atationary. A onvara crash was tha reenlt, in which two or three cars i vane injured, and a man named Samuel Anderson, from | Jefferson county, N. Y., who was sitting on the platform, was hilled. Bo was deoently buried about two miles distant from the place where the accident occurred. 1 he Pacific mall steam ihlp John L. Stephens, R. H Pearson, Commander, left Sao Franetsoo on Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 A M. Juno 0, saw six whale ships cruis ing off kagdalena Bay. June 9, at 10 A. 1L, arrived at AeapaUe. retained seven hours. Ike company's steamer Sonora, with and pas sengers from New York and New Orleans May 2lst, loft Aaapaloafer San Francisco on 7th inst.; all woll on board. The John L. Stephens brings 760 passengers and near b $1,400,000 treasure, of which 91,019,501 19 is for Maw Fort, $281,000 61 for England, and 910,000 for Pa The folios leg is the TREA8BRE LIST TSB 8TKJM8HIP (JBO. LAW. Wells, Fargo fc Co. $201,210 Tread well k Go... $10,363 DrexelkOo 144,000 Manning,Stanwood Metropolitan Bank 110,000 kCo 9,800 fn liege A Co... 107,120 T. W. Riley. 9 741 Bank of America.. 44,000 G. W. Schenkberg. 9,514 Wm. H. Duubar... 26,273 J. E. Sweotser..., 9,802 Jfsoobs, Levi & Ja- Order 9,361 eobs 24,5C0 Probst fc Meinertz Wm. T. Coleman k hagen 8,717 ?s 24*441 R. Patrick 8,014 M. Kelly & Co 21,620 Sampson 8c Happen 7,877 Goldsmith, May & J. B Dicaonson.. 6,267 Oe 20,252 Wakeman, Dimon Bahloss Bros 19,875 kOo 6,001 Taos. Watteon k Bingham kRtya'da 5,841 Sons 16,000 Armar k Co 4,464 Bom, Falconer k Win. Heller 4.227 Co 15,297 A. Berwin 4,<00 New ho use k Spatz 16,000 P. Nay lor 4,000 ffeaall k Hoaty..., 14,240 C. W. Thomas.... 3,200 Hudson k Bro.... 14,000 J.G. Wyman A Co. 3,000 A. Jaeebe & Co... 14.000 Mechanics' Bank.. 2,150 Fsanoia Lelend.... 13,740 H S. Hallet 1,900 Goo. Daniels 13,878 Giro fc Francia,.. 2,200 Babele k Bros ... 13,000 A. J. Walker 1,400 Bsod & Wade 13,000 Henry Strybing... 1,100 Wm. baball fc Ce.. 11,361 Everett A; Brown.. 686 John Duraad k Oo 11,120 ? J. B. Weir 10,640 Total 91,062,287 The followisg is the shipment of specie from San Fran ofisao, by both routes, on the 1st Jane:? MSB PACIFIC MAIL 8TKAM8HIP JOHN L. STEPHENS. B. Davidson ...$201,604 00 Shaw k Reed... $13,000 00 Wells, Fargo k C.Hudson .... 14,COO 00 <ki 201,210 00 Fred. Franck k Dsaxsl, Sather Co 11,351 00 fc Church.... 144,000 00 John Saulnier.. 11,120 00 Tumor J. B. Weir 10,040 00 k Co 110,000 00 Treadwell&Oo. 10,352 69 Jneebs. Levi k AlsopfcCo .... 9,741 00 Oe. 117,899 73 M. Frieius 9,544 00 IkBant k Wilde 107 120 00 Ritebie, Osgood Aha) Guy 67,790 04 A: Co 9,361 00 B. O. Mills k Co 44,C00 00 Ziel, Berthean Wm. T. Coleman k Oo 8,717 4ft k0? 22,616 66 J. 11. Brown k Bnsono Kelly k Co 8,013 54 Be 21,620 00 MacondrayfcCo 7,877 00 Bbsrwood k N. KirOy, Jr... 6,004 16 Newell. 20,144 32 Dan. OibbfcCo. 6,229 04 Sweetser,Hutch- BinghimfcRey mgskCo.... 19,601 78 nolds 6.843 67 B. L. Raw kCo. 15,297 29 I.. A. k M.Svshs 4,227 06 Bpatz k Now- Toos H. Seluy house 15,000 00 k Co 4,000 00 3. B Thomas.. 16,000 00 R. Herein k Oo. 4,000 00 llaabln fc Co... 14,239 93 Other shippers. 22,950 00 lAzard Frares. 15,687 00 ? Total $1,840,807 83 PER NICARAGUA STEAMER PACIFIC. DrexeL, Bather Eugene Kelly k kChnreh... $211,000 00 Co $29,000 00 Walls, Farga k J. R. Cooper k Ce 159,000 00 Oo 20,000 00 BlB. Mills k Co 44,0(0 00 C. K. Garrison 20,000 00 D. It Roes k Co 38.778 50 D. R. Provost, J. BaUgman... 35,000 00 Agent 13,223 00 XFfesar, Feigen S. W. I.*e<?ton 7,000 00 haumkCe.. 31,000 00 Other shippers 12,150 00 Total $020,306 60 By John L. Stephens 1,340,807 83 Aggregate shipment of June 1st $1,961,114 33 F*r steamer honors, May 16th 692,850 00 Bar steamer Uncle Sam, Mav 16th, 523,472 09 Far steamer Cortes, May 9th 407,884 37 Bii steamer Golden Gate, May 1st 1,494,361 66 Total shipments for May and June let... $5,079,682 96 Total shipments for April 3.056,634 17 Bnlanoo tn favor of May $2,023,048 98 Wo are indebted to Mr. E. H. Mitchell, purser of the George Law, t.i latest intelligence and files of Pacific papers. Loin Mentei was about leaving California for Austra lia and the East Indies, so It waa reported, bhe waa g Baa Francisco, and would probably appear at ono of the theatres previous to leaving. Tha Klnacf and 'Walker Expeditions. I.KTTIR FROM COL. KINMKY, (From the Sen Francisco Alte, key 21.] By the kindness of Col Hiram Pearsons, we have ob tained the following tetter written to him by Col. Kin ney, and received by the John L. Stephens, from whioh it weald appear that the original idea of landing at Blew ftelda has been abandoned, and consequently that the C* a ef colonizing the Mosquito Territory with Americans been given np, at least for fee present. From the Intentions expressed by CoL K<nney in his letter, it is evident that the Walter forces from San Francisco, and fete Kinney immigrants from New York, will meet about' In the centre cf Nicaragua, and the results of their Juno ken can hardly be doubted, as far aa the permanent lo cation of an American colony ia concerned. The mines nefeTTOd to in the letter are those In the district* of Sego Tie and Chen tales, en the foot hills ef the Cordillera, vising eastward from the lakes Managua and Nicaragua, They have, They have long been celebrated for their prolactivenees. Hearty all the silver or* extracted from these mines con tains more or leee gold, which is now eeparetnd In a rude method by smelting. It is not generally known that Walker enters Nica ragua by the express invitation of Castillon, the deme ans Uc candidate for President, anl still waging war aeeiast the servile or legitimate party ruled bv the chiefs of the late President Chamorro A formal ? lief* or the late President Chamorro. A formal con tract, with the seal* of State,land signatures of the qenstitational authorities attached, wee procared by a mtixea of Pan Franeisco more than six months since, at the suggestion of Oaetlilon himself, and forwarded to Walker: and upon this contract he is now noting. It grants to Walker and the party forming the first expedl *ea te aid the democratic party, 72,000 acres ef terri J?y, te be chosen trom any public lands In Nicaragua, tksm, their heirs, associates and assigns forever." Saeuld the CaatUlon party prove successful. Walker k WJ- have an immense tract of country in the gnrdea o ??d W connection with Kinney, who Is pnraheeu, Undg ^ Hrt., gWc of Uk, Nicaragua, ? BenrUhln, Amerieen eolony may tn Urn* spring ep, the nucleus a boat wheb the entire Will rr " ~ " ~LiWwteilflnsny booome settled by Americans, Assmican hands. No foreign icvaeion 5?^ hM "J**01*4*1 lh? e wan try ^ ???t beaotifut ?Hy of Central America, eHuatad on Lake Nicaragaa, Is *"!?!' dL^Duktod L?0n, Rl?' 4,1,1 Chi iS* SS,"" fee products Of Cuba thrive in Nic.rsguV aud manv wkiek are not cultivated ia the former pUce One thin* tievident?that a powerful movement is goins forward towards Central Ameriea from both aides of the DaiLid -^10. What these expeditions- w>??areial, ?E? , mlaeralcgieal, and colonial?will am sunt to tim* ^determine. The folk)wing Is the letter referred Nrw York, April 20,1856. I OeL.? I have omitted writing yoe until mr, d not knew what my meres won Id be. 1 have 4 * * "tart on the TtH of May, on the m . nnin. ^1*4 Stoteo 1 he** chartered l??r to Uie iB , jhu sod^m^n to Sea Juan, oh-re ( nUl JJjJ:,. ,*r a ita4p< he'* purobaoed 'a company JJ. M lotted StoMwdbneul, Ur. Ceo*'*, e Urn* treat J| gantry utuatod on the Nieeracae Lite, an which jtf 1* mb* ?rj Telueble *ol~, silver end aoal B'aee. I think, Cel , that when Ontral America i* ?*tt!?d up by good American ci Miens end a Arm government eeteb lisbed. it will be one of the most proJasdre eid noh coontriei in tbe world. Now, By deer Col., you were so liberal with mo wbon hot* to let me here an internet with you in your Califor nia operation*, that I f*?l it a duty to offer you on the iobo liberal term*, an intermt with mi In my Central American enterprise There eon bo no loot, aad tnere may bo a very great gain. My enterprise is a largo one, ana I bay* er?iy confidence of my success. If you eon spar* the time, cotM dowu and meat m* at Virgin Bay or at Ban Juan del Sur. I should Uka much to see you and make your yialt profitable to yon. I sa * Mr. Whit come to-day; ho enquired particularly after you.' Write me at Ban Juan and Virgin Bay, and believe me you sinotre and devoted friend, H. L. KINNEV. Flight mt the Forger Sanders. [From the Sen Francisco Alt*, H?j 21.] By the urWtl of the clipper bark Yankee, Capt. Smith, we have some tolerating facta relative to the Bight and enbeequent more meets of Mr. Hnbart Banders, who it will be remembered suddenly disappear ed seme two months after forging notaa to the amount of $300,000. Our suspicions regarding the time and manner of the flight of Sanders are confirmed. It ap Bthat after toe discovery of' his villnny, he secreted tM in an obscure hut on Angel Island, disguised as a boatman, and only appearing ontaide the grounds of his hiding place in the evening and night His hve 1 in this style for some days, during which he wu fur nished by certain friends, whose namee we do not think it advisable to publish at present, tth all the necessa ries and many of theTuxnriea of Ills. Toe daily papers were placed at his disposal every evening, in wol :h he had the satisfaction of reading the flattering comments on his financial operations It is even rumored that frequent visits were paid te the forger by persons well known in this community, and that convivial reunions and bacchanalian orgies often characterised the night until the smsll hours. How true these laet facts may be, we are unable to say; but doubtless a man of the taste and elegance of Mr. Hubert Sanders did not suffer for want of ths crea'ure comforts, if they ceuld be pos sibly procured from the neighboring city. On the 11th of March, the bark Elvira Harbook, Capt. C. Marshall, cleared for Hong Kong via Honolulu, and the next feat that appears in this strange, eventful his tery, is the application of some friends of the forger for bis pssssge to Hong Kong. The terms were managed without diflloulty, and he sailed for Honelulu en the 12th Mareh. savoring braces blew after the bark of Mr. f anders, and on the morning of tbe nineteenth day after his departure, he landed at Honolulu, (Marsh 31.) It appears, however, that the schooner Vaqanre, wiich sailed from this port to the Sandwich Islands, imme diately alter the discovery of tbe forgeries, had posted the merchant! of Honolulu in regard to the character of their distinguished visiter On landing, he took lodgings at tbe Globe Hotel, and, excepting an occasional stroll about town in the shade of evening, Mr. Sanders remained perfectly quiet. It ap pears to have been hia intention to allow the defamatory gale te exhaust itself, and then make his appearance on the new stage, and recommence business under nn as sumed name. The inopportune arrival of the Vaqusro, however, dispelled this vi-doo, and the fugitive was sud denly advised that a meeting of foreign moichaftts was being held for the purpose of taking some measures to arrest him. He soon found that a committee had been sent en board the Yankee (bound to San Francisco) to inquire of Captain Smith if he would xscelve him as n prisoner and convey him to California. Capt. Smith re plied that if they would put him on board, he would carry him to San Francisco. Soma steps were taken by several parties towards carrying tbe project into execution, but owing to the timidity of some, and the d ffidsnce of others, the mat ter was allowed to pass unnoticed for some time. Meantime, a gentleman of this city who held Mr. Sanders' note for a considerable amount, presented him self, and represented that should the note not be prompt ly paid. he would aid In the proposed arreit. The sum was at once handed over, and the gentleman entreated to allow him to leave the island. None of the merchants of Honolulu would asaocia'e with the fugitive, and all seemed deeply impressed with the criminality of his Cali fornia career. Mr. Sanders assured Mr Ingalle, a gentleman of this city, end formerly a bookeeper in the late firm of Geo. N. Shaw ft Co., that the idea which bad obtained that he had left California with a large am >unt of money was utterly untrue, and that he actually had with him less than $1,0C0, inclusive of his passage money to the iclands. He appears! very mush agitated on hearing the alarming intelligence of hia proposed capture anl return to California. Tbe next day, May 2, Mr. Sander* applied to Captain Marshall, of the Elvira Harbeck, for a panaje to Hong Kong, and thither the fugitive sailed on the 3d tnet. It is thought by some of the passenger* of the Yankee, that he will henceforth Uvc in China and renew buelness tb?re. Such is the history of G. J. Hubert Sanders?a man of fine abilities, and, until the discovery of his ex temive forgeries, regarded as the quintessence of honor and fair dealing, and the patwm of public and social em oellenee. The Yankee sailed for this port a few days after the clearance of tbe Elvira Harbeck tor Hong Kong with Mr. tenders as passenger. A Card from the Securities of Pan, Bacon ds Co. Haying for tbe first time b?en male aware, by publi cs ion on tbe 26th inst. in the morning newspapers of this city, of the nature of certain transactions relating to the affairs of Messrs. Page, Baoon & Oo., and haying seen, amongst oth>rs, the following:? $450,265 19. ? Received of Page, Bacon k Co., tbe note* and bills rece-.vaMa herein oefore mentioned; said notes and Mils reeetyable are placed in oar hands to bold, collect and receive, and the proceeds to be applied to the payment of certain certificates letued on" Mats, viz : at two, four, six and sigbt months, to secure the payment of which, said John Parrotc, Henry M. Naglee, S. P. Dewey, Theodore Payne. A. A, Ritchie, Eugene Kelly k Co., Michael Keese, C. K Garrison J. B. Wstls, John Perry, Jr., J. k M. Phelan, B. Holliday, Husssy, Bond k Hale, Wood worth k Co.. W. T. Coleman & Co., Lowe, Ebbetts k Co , E L. Goldstein, James Story, Sel orer A Sinton, David Jobson, M. F. Trnett, F. M. Pix ley, F. M k H. H. Height. Wm. Arlington, Wm. Sha ron. T. J. L. Smiley, Haio'ht A Wardswortn. Sweetxer, Hutching & Co., Atrtngton k Co., Beck k Elam, Fred erick Mason, Jr , D. Simon, B, R. Bucklew, if. H. Daw, George H. Hoesefross, Sullivan It Cuehman, Holcom > k Doll, R. McKee & Co , t. M Whitmore. W. H. Gladwin, and Fernandez k Peyton, gave their several obligations in the sums respectively In said obligation named. (Signed.) HENRY M NlGLBE, May I, 1856. JOHN PARROTT We hereby give notice to all whom It may concern that we have not authorized the use of our names in any ether connection than that of a bond of 26th Feb ruary last, and that we hereby repudiate the act* of any person or persons whereby we, the undersigned, may or might incur any responsibility beyond that of the said bond of 26th February S. P. Dewey, H. W. Whitmore, A. A. Fitcbie, Fredk. A. Wo>dworth, Eugene Kelly A Co , Wm. T. Coleman A Co , Michael Reese, Selover A Sinton, C. K. Garrison. David Job<on, Joseph B. Wells, Wm Arrington, J Perry, Jr., Thomas J. L Smiley, James Phelan, Arriogton ACo , Benj. Holliday, Beck A Elam, Hussey Bond A Hals, Wm. U. Dow, James Story, R. MsKes A Co., Fred Mason, Jr., Lowe, tbbots A Co. Six Francisco, May 26,1856. Miscellaneous. Thk Vaiimtt of thk Kbcrnt Elhctiox.?Rumors were in circulation yesterday that the eiecticn recently held in this city was invalid and Illegal, inasmuch as It was held before the time fixed for the ne w charter to ge into effect, there being, of course, no provision in the old obarter. which is at present In force, for the holding o? any sncn election. An examination of the new charter, together with the supplemental and explanatory act afterwards pasted, will show that there Is not even the shadow of a technicality for the support of this very rldienloue rumor. The new charter provides that 1-the municipal election shall he held on the fourth Monday of May in each year, on which day all officers to bs elected for the whole city shall he voted for on a general ticket by tbe qualified electors thereof. Tne Aldermen and Assistant Aldermen shall be eleotel ns hereinafter provided. The officers receiving the highest number oI legal votes east for eaeh office shall enter upon the duties of their respective offices on tbe first Monday of July following." This section m'gbt have been much more explicit, and all obscurity would have been avoided If it was stated, as in the o d charter, "that the first general election for officers under this charter shall be held on the fourth Monday of May," etc. When the ?action, however, is taken io connection with the repeal ing clause and the explauatory act, the obscurity will be at once removed.?San Francitco Herald, June 2. OurrFR BHir Mi.tropoutax Sunk.?This splendid dip per ship, of about 2,000 tons burthen, arrived from New York in this port about ten days ago. She hauled up to Broadway wharf, discharged cargo, and had commensal taking in ballast. About two hundred tons of bailsst had been thrown in, and as the vessel lay immediately alongside of the wharf and appeared to preserve bar per pendlenlar, no ears was taken to distribute the ballast equally in tbe bottom of tbe vessel, and nearly the whole weight was on the side next the wharf. Itap pears that a coal hulk bad been fastened to the <ar side of the dipper, and yesterday morning at 9 o'clock the bulk east off her fastening* It appears that the hulk had held tne dipper upright, for immediately ehe ca reened over towards the wharf. Tbe large port, which was open for receiving ballast, oams down within reach of tbe water, and immediately the flood poured into the hole and bore down the vessel till she sunk to tbe hot. tern, with ber upper deck at an angle of 46 degrees, half covered with water, and her bulwarks resting against tbe piles of the wharf. No person was Iniursd by the accident. The few heavy articles on deck went down to tbe lower aide, and will increase the difficulty of raising the vessel. To effect that purpose it will be necessary to tend a man down to fasten a rope to the door of the open port, and when that Is closed, the water can soon be pumped out The accident will cost several thousand dollars to the owners of the reeaeL?San Franiceeo Chronicle, June 2. CinrxRS for New York.?The clipper ships Flying Ar row, 8 8. Iiishop, Telegraph, Mountain Ware, and Ade laide, were all np in San Francisco for New York. Msrktii. San Fra.vctroo, June 1, 1866. Flour?4.0T0 qr. sks. Oregon sold at $6, 800 do. domes tie on private terms. Jobbing sales of 40 bbls. Gaiisgo, at $18; 2(0qrs.Magnolia, 200 die Naps, and 100 do. Santa Clara mills, at $7; 400 do domestic at 86 82M; 450 Ashley's self raising, at 810. WnitAT?1(0 sks. choice sold at II 92; last evening, not repotted, 500 do. do., at lj<e.; 600 do. smutty, at l)<e. Barlrt ?460 sks. sold, at lj<e.; 260 do., at 81 66. Bran ?800 sks sold nt l^e. Oats ?650 sks. sold in three lots, at 1 Vc. a 2c. Potatose ?ICO sks. sold at 66c.; 150 do at 66e.; 100 do at 60s, per sack. Pobk ? 160 half bbR doer Mid oa private Un?, 41 bblx aiti, ae ??, at tie 50. Bxxr ?40 bbls wraroldltfU. Kcoab ?"6 eols sad 2o hat* do. smrhed aeli at I2e. Trnrmrrnn ?50 bui* ex "Harret Hoxte," told oa private terms; 600 gallons, In tin, at Tbe.; 1,200 0*. at Baoow25 hhds evtra elaar on private terms. Bags ?20 htlw gaoD't-a oa prtrta tarma. Dried apples ? MX half ana tOOqr boU. <?* "Knthiy," an private term* Corbmkal?4&< half bbl* sold oa prv?ta terms. Cipik ? 24 o oa. Bsnoroft'a, soli at 03 76. Tobacco.?75 ex GreaoereBue, ex ' K**h?jr " aoM bo fere srrivet, at37He : 45 do do Pt i'o of th- On<on at Sic ; 200 i^wa Watson's smoking hiocs arrival. at $3 76. Bellows ?12 pair smiths' sold for about coat and chary ss. Comm.?600 bags Rio sold on private tarma. Pkb-kryk. to? Saleaoi 103cs. E C. room**'oysters, 200 dozen lemon sirup, 100 do pie irnltn, 100 do. ghsr kins, and 60 do paaeoeH and appleeoa priva'e terms PkPPKK??00 dozen b?lf la. (Ims, sold at $1 50. Bka.nb.?20 bbla Aaserteen whits sold on private terms. Rick.?140 000 lbs. China No 1 said ?t a rout 6o. Raibdis.?2,600 boxes layer sold at $4 26. Oar Grenada Corrapoodeaes. Grenada, Juno 10, 1866. Arrival of the United Slate* Ship St. Maryt?Her Ba*i nas?Tkc St. Mary* against Colonel Walker?Kinney and Eabent' Cote?End ? f the Revolution ?Col. Kinney Expected?Hope* from, Qeorge Law The sloop-of-rear 8t Harps arrived hare en the 18th Map last, ordered down bp CoL Wheeler on his own re spoaskbilltp, to redrssa the outrage committed on Mr Consul Priest, at Sarpnan del -tor, in February last. Commander Bally came here in company with his effi oars, Judge Cashing, Agent of the Transit Company, anl Consul Priest and other folio wars?all looking very big, bees use now they came to claim reparation for an insult given to an Amerioaa citizen, and ba a Coasul. Bat what astonished all, Commander Bailp win to learn that instead of receiving satisfaction from the govern ment at Granada, Mr. Priest had already glean them satisfaction, and in snbstaaco begged their pardon for n letter he had written to hie tatbor, setting forth the feeta of the outrage at the time of lie occurrence. All this is owing to Colonel Wheeler's e'ever diplomacy; for there can be no question that he in the Uret place advised Mr. Consul Priest to make his claim for damages, and when Mr. Priest presented himself to recsirs his ex equatur, they refused to give it him, unless he would sign such documents as they required, whlilr he did do, and all with tha advice and consent of Col. Whssler. What a pitiful hope for the protection of Amrr.cau citi sens in this country I Commander Ba'ly, of courae, felt indignant at hav ng b en ordered down hero on such business. Col. Wheeler has now ordered him up to Realojo "to p:event the landing of Col. Walkor," who was invited down here with the understanding that he should receive a fruit of land on which to oolonize with his little party bis step ef ordering the St. Marys up to Rsalejo is done at the instigation and advice of Judge Cuehiug, Agent of the Transit Company at Virgin Bay, for whom Co'oaei Wlitsler aeis; and it yet remains to be known to the public how d?ep a game the Nicaragua Transit Company are pitying, in preventing colonists from Immigrating to this country, and putieularly in the case of Messrs. Kinney and Fabene. Judge Cashing, whom it is reported here is a relative of Attorney General Cuiliing, boasts that if the company can oaly prevent the salting of the Kinney expedition a month or two longer, their means will become exhaust ed, (their expenses being one thousand dollars per day,) which will render their ultimate sailing impossible. All this hostility to American immigration is raised through the fear of tba company that Ameriein influence in Ni caragua might compel the company to comply with their obligations contracted with tula State, or otherwise kite their exclusive privilege of the navigation of the river San Joan and Inks Niosragua. Revolution, which haa now lasted over one year, has entirely exhausted the resource! of the Htats, and witli less probability of its conclusion than a< the commence ment. The foroes of the belligerents are aoout equal? the one, the Chamoro party, fortified in Monagua, aul tbe Caitillon party fortified in Leon?the former, so far as the office holders and txpectanisfare concerned, together with the priesthood, all Amer can haters; and the latter invito Amerioan immigration, and ofler thorn ianie to colonize. The country is salubrious, and the rioiest in the world in mineral and other natural productions. Then why is this persecution of peaceable colonists per mitted 1 Public indsgnatijn ought to rise up against it; it ia only preventing the progress of civilization. Why try to prevent what all classes require ? the better class of men here?almost all the merchants and pro perty holdeia?with lor tbe coming of the Kinney expe dition, as for the coming of the Messiah. As airsady stated, all except the office holders and priests have ex pected and anxiously looked for Col. hlnnev's expedi tion; fcr they are heartily tired of tn'srule. and of bsing harrassed by constant contributions, out afraid to spsak. Several have already told me in confidence, that should Col Klnzey and bis party arr-ve, or any other party o' peaceable colonists that could form a stable government, they would willingly give one-half their property for se curity for the other half. But, depend upon it, " manifest destiny " will march onward, and If prevented now, it will march forth at a future uay not far distant. If the Know Notolngs will only elset George Iaw to tbe next Presidency, th-n Young America w.ll be certain to vindicate nsrself CINCINNATI? 8. Flllbnitcro AUkfn In Nleangu and Mexico. [From the AspiawaU Courier, June 9.] The next arrival trom Greytown (Sao Juan del forte) ihonld bring us important news of the filibusters, eoio nists, or whatever they are or may become. Some ik hundred lift New York elty [on the 19th) forSaa Ju.n del Norte; some three hundred left Sen Francisco for San Juan del Bur several days before?and it is rumored that a force was preparing in the interior of the couu to fraternise with the new come-s immediately on their arrival. If, therefore, the apparent arrangement be eoneommated, there is no knowing how far their colonization may extend. It may amount, aim ist at once, to a virtual possession of tho State of Nicaragua, tad subsequently that of others adjacent. Wo learn that a new paper has beta recently estab lished In Acapulco, under Yankee supervision; also that CoL Wheat, of Cuban fillbuetero memory, who passed through Aspinwsll a few day* since, is expeeted at Aca pulco, and that a General's commission and staff are awaiting him there, per order of Alvares Santa Anna's adherents bad abandoned Dim in Mexico, and he had gone into the interior with his forces. There seems to be but little " show" for him. [Correspondence of Panama Herald.) Acafulco, Mexico, May '20, 1856. In my last ycu were adv sed of the discovery of geld in this State, and that a party had started tor the pur poae of ascertaining the truth of the statement ai al ready made public. tin the 7th instant, Mr. John Moure returned, and re ports a complete corroboration of previous atatemm's, with the acdition, that hie party was treated en route and at the mines with great kindness by the Inhabitants; that Santa Anna has no troops within 300 mil** of th * diggings, and no disturbance of any nature existed In the vicinity. This I btlievs to be aH true, and wou'.l state, if report be correct, thet Santa his business ?>f greater magnitude on hand at this present time, thin that of attempting to molest foreigners. So, on this score, those wto have or may hereafter proceed to tne diggnga need be nnder no apprehensions. By the arrival of the steamur John L. Stepheis, on tbe 6th Instant, a company of seven passengers remain ed, and on the l2th, under the guidance of Mr Hour*, proceeded to tbe river "Del Ore," to try their fortunes Ai they constitute the first party who have made ths venture, I furnish you their names and residence, in eider that their friends knowing where they are, may entertain no tears regarding their personal safety. They are as follows:? Jcshna A. Wells, Chicago, Illinois; Solomon A. Russsl, Mllwaukle, Wisconsin; Daniel W. B.iuen, Caledonia, New York; llierdcre Koerner, New York eity; Samuel Coik, Onanlago, New York; George White, Springfield, Mia-u chusetta: and Terence Murphy, New York ntfy. With tne exception of George White, nomrof the party bsve ever workeo in the mines, and not having seen the elephant, may become disoourage.1, particularly as they all started to walk; however, should they apply the pro per iDdoetry for which we Yaakees are proverbial, I much doubt their having any cause of complaint, and hope they may return with a rich harvest The climate is represented as very healthy, blankets being oomforta ble in tbe night, and a doctor never as yet preeeiibed for the oldest inhabitant. Tbe 17th May will long be remembered a; one which tbenelrg generation will hail with manifestations of great rejoicing, when those whose participation in all the mcmrntous and highly impressing ceremony, will kave passed from this fleeting world of grief and sorrow. Thiak, but startle not, at the baptism of a new anl elegantly finished press, recently received from the oele bra ted manufactory of Messrs. Hoe A Co , of New York; and as the multitude of delighted Acapulciaus steo.1 gazing upon its beauty and finish. l<ttk did they dream that irora its ?' bed" will be spread to ail civilized Chris tendom the " impressions" of a " form" so " cha- a." that the polluted word of tyranny will " sUok" in the " font." and tho " lever of the press" will obliterate it from the future destiny of M?xteo. Tho processslon was paraded in ths plaza, and num berirg about 60 parsons, proceeded, headed oy a band of music, to tne printing oflioe, where, In a proper and be coming manner, tho reverend and reapecte-l curate passed a high eulogtum upon tbe benefits resulting from tbe " freedom of the preea " In the course of h's re marks, which were listened to with nursed attention, he stated that it was the press wbl Jta elevated men, and directed tbe machinery by which nations were governed and regulated. Tbe ceremonies being over, and the godfathers, one of whom was Cciooel Jemes Alvarez, named, and duly in ?tailed, ths procession was re formed, and by Invitation ?f Captain Oliver R. Munfard. of the magaifisent el'pper i hip Tornado, the whole party proceeded on hoard, and were not mors surprised by her structure than by ths unbounded Hbera.Jty and gentlemanly oouriesy of the wbols-sonled commander, who lsft nothing undone in making the moot favorable and frlenlly impressions on tbe minds of his guests, whe appeared open this occa sion, to have actually forgotten that " eivll war" ex isted; for eould be seen the Santa Anna and aatl-Banta Anna friends vicing with each other as to who should he foremost in the praise and liberal sentiments and toasts. After a full feast of eej. yment the whole party returned, with bat one regret? that the reverend curate bad ao more such christenings on band I send you the first snmbsr of SI Retlauradm de la Ltbertad, and yon will agree with me that it wilt eom pate favorably in evory respect with any paper in Mex ico; its neatness reflecting good taste and credit npen Its editors, who, if they only adhere 1o the name of the paper, and not "hold with the hare, and rnn with the hounds," great reformation! may be looked for in Acs pu Ico

I furnish you ? few "item* not to be found In tho Re xiirrtT of Liberty," thsy urr Ttl since its pnVllca tien Tb* rHirmvicnnt of (in'rtt (onotfirt'i Bleaks we.I, ?s wili spy ar from .ue raenft of two en gagenMoi.s of b ? nuM tniiiiO rffi ?rs, who ?fpoor to be ifltp!t>d with lr??n vigor >?) i-oaftoence, mm t? box pU-arrd tnx Chief la>n Aivars* to ploM lh? valOVOttW On ni'iuirrt *t their best General Pu? lite, at a town called PUzaera v?acs?d ? fore# oi Hon fa At. ne'e trowpa, -aod put tbem to fhgat. lbe MUed k-wl wo?D' wt end prsoeer* ??'? tOO. G?n< r?l riulge-lo ?'? the heed ot 1,000 from On* najuet* en nwte to jots Comenfoit etU-'ked * ceovo/ biood or Uortbo, oodar th? commaed of General fw Itgrit, iid incecededin eepturii g $19".000 is spscis sixt? ino'e loaoi of tobacco *nd <t urge quantity of ni nitioos of war. rbo fighting for tho money was despe rate on both sides many he<ug kltod AO It *.o oo ? ;? Oiirnil OesFofort i "irmjfiiMt" jou may Measured It to not only 10 info hindu, bat will b? u?ea with cm and '"lefret on. rbo c.partro-ht of Asapu'oo to nod#,' too ewamml of General fon 1 hemes Moreno, who statea that t:>?arrt?al of n few laore clippers, ?aoh e? the tornado, would make bim forget he bad aver fought In tho feenuh revo lotion. Colonel C. H. Wheat te looked for in the aUamer duo to-day, be having joined the literal army. wi'U rani ot General Hie ordora and escort are waitlag to :uo vey bim to Genera) Coroonfort, aad I doabt not to bear of good reunite from the General, who te a breve soldier and uncomprcmieing friend, oeo whom we have known ferveere, and om oho will prove a powerful aaxlaary to the ilbera! amy. Horrible Harrier by Three RegToei nt Tnbogn. BUWM.BV EXECUTION OF TUB PaRFBTKATURS. . [From the Ai-puwall Oeurl-r, Juoa 12.J We learn that on Friday nig hi lart lir. Tracy, who Wee employed by the Panama Mail Bveamabip Oemcany ha band carpenter in tbe repairs en the steamer ttol ien Aye, was 'oully murdered by three men 'or money. Mr Traey having received, n few daya before, a bag of mcney in pay for tbo aforementioned job. waa seen to carry the balance of money, after paying off hie hands, tobi? bonne. Tbe plot te murder him waa then eoneoct ad by n Cuhano, an Aaaariona aad a Guaynqndanian, all meg roe a. In pursuance of their plan tba throe of them want to bia iuouie between 12 and 1 o'eloca oa Saturday moro ing, and dragging bim Iroaa his bod, fairly cut him to oleosa; one gasn waa from hie r-ght ebooldor to bfa mid dle in a slanting dliaetlon, another from hit loft shoulder to bia waist, In tho same manner, and another direct,y across him through his bowels?and then tbey throw bim from ?b? bal-oov of the second s'nry of bis residence, some twenty foot, upon the rosea on the sea beaab His wtf*. who waa lying in bad with him, on tho on tor side, beard the villains ae tbey earn* up tbe rtairs, and awoke her husband, who immediately p.eiro her over to the wall aide?and, while tbey wore engaged in their bloody work, aha crawled from too bed. and ran to tbe company's wort a, more than a fourth o* a mils, to give the alarm. Tee money that ho bad vas between tbe mattresses of tbo be) on whjch tbev bad been sleeping, and they d d not get it. Tney only ob tained fifty dollars belonging to a soy in the employ ot Mr. Tracy. The next day one of tba parVea was arrested while working in a gang of coalers on board the Golden Ago. and be having given evidence again it the other two, tb*y were also taken, ana at 12 M. tho throe were hang th pro-ot being perfectly clear against them. we sre told thai the residents of Taboga, native as well ea foreign, iuliy (anctionea tbe exocutioo?in in much were tbe natives zealous In tho matter, that tse , would not have the bodies of the crmiuals buried on the island, ana tbey were thrown into tho Ma. We ragret, however, to add, that some of tho authori ties and a mob attempted tbe arrest, tbo next day, c." one of the foreigners who had boon concerned in this righteoua administration of justice. Ihey failed, how ever, ss wo trust they always will in auoh at-ample, and tbe said party is sa'ely ont of their power. Tracy, too murdered man, worked for some time on toe Young America. Hia wife bad come out to join bim here but a few weeks ago, and was engaged by the Pacific Ma I Steamship Company to do tbo washing for their vessels. It appears that the American, (a colored man,) who w%? tbe planner of tho affair, bad lived wi;h Tracy as cook, and left hia service a short time before. Ktwn from the bthmni. HEALTH OF THH U. 8. ACTING CONSUL AT ASPIN WALL? BLHJL0U8 AFFRAY AMONG 8HIFMA8TKKH? DEPARTURES? THE DEaDBEAD LEGISLATORS ? PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS?LAW SENTENCES. The Ae|iiiiw?ll Courier, of June lfitb, htl the loTow Id* items:?We regret to learn that A B Boyd, Esq , acting U. 8. consul atthig port, since tbe departure of tbe incumbent consul, 1h con lined to hie room by illness On Thursday evening last, too matters of ?vessels, who arrived at the oort of Panama, io the Bolivia, from tit* South, and who had had some differences prior to chelr arrival, commenced a dispute in the St. Charles, in tha* city, which resulted seriously. After some nigh words, cue of tbim (Cap". Putnam), drew a p.stol and fired at the otter ('Japt. Jefferson) thrice?and we are informed that Cept.J stood coolly looking at htm, nntil the second shot, when he drew a pistol, and taking deliberate aim, shot his antagoeht in the fats, the bad passing downward, inside of ; be jugular vein, and out behind the ear.?Capt. Jefferson had received two balls, one ol which entered in tbe lower part of his breast. On Friday morning, Capt. J. was mending, while P. was in a precarious condition. Mr I'utman arrived in Aspinwall on the 13th instant, apparently doing well. J. 8. Baldwin, chief engineer, and J. E. Young, super intendent, at Panama, the only two individual* who have been m the employ of thn Pacific Railroad Com pany irom the ormmeneemvnt of their labors to the present time, both leave on tbe steamers for New York, .o day. Ttey aie both as sood as new, after Ave year-' bard service in the coastruo'.ion of tire unparalleled work. Newly elected members of the Legislature of Panama had commenced to practice the deadhead system on the radrokd company, but failed, aa tbey ought. The Governor of l'anamn has announced, by a public decree, the cession of the inland of Mnnzsmlla to the railroad company. It is said in some oases that there Is a very great butk wardnesr on tbe part of those upon whom the dntv is incumbent, in the use ot materials furnished for fllUng up the stri eta of Aspinwall by the superintendent of the Panama KaUroad at thte station. We learn that a considerable number of the citizens of Panama peraded the streets of that cRy on the night of the 28tli of May, cheering Obaldia for having dismissed Urruti* Ac mo. the election fcr members of the Constituent Assent b'v of Pnnamn was to take place on tbe 1st of Jane, but nj returns Herefrom hove been published. Ami nit the passengers by the Tevtot, lately from Oer thsgvna to Aspinwall, ware Col. Gutierres. an old resi dent of Panama, returning from servise in and ov;- se quent upon the revolution?and Sir Justo Aroas-utii*, the author of the Federation law, which constitutes th > State of Panama. The Rev. Mr. Wheeler, from the United States, preach ed in the Railroad Company's storehouse at Aspinwall, on Sunday, 10th of Jnne. Valentino Godey, the principal actvr ia the murder of Louis i.asoo de la Vega in Panama, lately, has been sen tenced to be shot, and Ramon Agarsu and Juan Bautisa Landecbo. accomplices, have been sentence! to eight years imprisonment each. After having undergone a thorough repairing, tbe Golden Age made a trial trip in tbe bay of Tab ogo on the 12th inst. DIED. At Hunter's Hotel, Aspinwall, Mr. William Little, a native of England, aged 36 years, of congestive fever. Mr. little was tbe Superintendent of tbe work now going on for the W. I. R M. 8. 1'. Co., at that port. He left <t very reputable and lucrative situation at the Victoria Iiocks, Liverpool at the solicitation of the directors of the aforenamed company, and was ably and satisfacto rily fulfilling the duties of bis appointment np to within two days of his decesie Suddenly, on the 31st of May. at Tiger Hill station, on tbe Panama KaUroad, Mr. D. G Myiott, a native of Fog lend, but for several years oast a resident of the United States, and recently in the employ of the P. R. R. Co.. as civil engineer. News from the South Pacific. On Tuesday morning, June 6, the steamer Bolivia ar livtd at Psnsma, bringing about forty passengers, $220, COO in specie for England, and the semi monthly mail. Ber dates arc?Valparaiso, May 14, CaUao, May 24. CHILE. NAVAL DECREES?QUIET AT COPIAPO?THE U. 8. 8 INDEPENDENCE. The news is of very little general interest. The Minister of Marine has published two important deexves with regard to merchantmen. Tbe one is allow ing to national vessels the completion of their crews with two-thirds foreigners, counting from the captain down wards, in view of the great scarcity of Chilian sailors in pre portion to the number of vessels sailing under tbe Chilian flag. This regulation is to remain in force until the 1st of May, 1816. The other imposes upon every captain of a vessel the duty of giving a satisfactory account, at h i return, of au tbe Chilian sailors who may be found missing from his master roll, under n penalty ef $60 for every man, nnd the risk of his vsstel being considered as under a foreign flag, without claim to the privileges of the most favored nations. lhs last accounts fromCopiapo are more satisfactory; the monetary crista is disappearing, nnd is little spoken of nt present. Tbe oopper mints are continuing to yield, which nre actively worke-l, and as it is hoped that with the next legislation the export duties, which are so much prejudicial at present to tbe mines, will be an nulled, the state of tbe aslnss may be considered a flat tering one. The U. 8. frigate Independence, 60 guns, sailed for Callao on the ICth. PERU. The T'sruvinn newspapers and public nre busily dis euseing the question of religious tolsratios, to which the majority appear to be opposed. The elections have terminated, nnd resulted in the triumph of the ministerial party. It Is thought that General Castllla will be elected to the Presidency. MARKETS. Valpahabo, May 14.?The arTivcl of a large number of vessels from au parts of the world with assorted car goes, had created some activity in tbo market. In Chile flour no transactions had taksn place of note, the prices et Usaespcion were $A 76 to $7 (per sask or 210 lhs;) ia Valparaiso, $7 60 to $7 76. Oopper ia bars has slightly fallen ia pries, and Inst quotation was $20. Freights to England ?6, Melbourne ?6 16s, Sydney ?6. Affairs In Mnxntlan, THE COASTING TRADE?RIGOROUS RULES?SANTA ANNA ON OLD CLOTHES?HI NINO RETURNS. By lhs arrival of the Msxiean schemer CornsU*, at San Francisco, ws have edvioca from Masatlen np to April 2d. Tbe inw prohibiting the coasting trade in foreign mer chandise was to be enforced on the 11th of April from Maaatlan, and has Won extended also to Gnnymae by a special decrse of March 24th, for goods shipped from G nay nuts to Mazatlaa, the gavernment being aware that a gftftd de*l ft! smuggling is carried Mftt the former plftM. 7h* Cuatnm Heuee officers at thft ?'n of if asatlnn IN M ri#o?? u* m c-mplj ing wit1 duty, that they '.ake ti# umaty fiom tba lancborv* (even if le?a tu?i ftiOO,) if not acoui.a* ed wt'h tt? iiaoaaaaiy f/uia, watch sub b> t* tb'fti to ? cire iai on duty of t par e?nt. Tba dwi D? report give* bat a m aerabie iia? of the IfazfttlftB trad a. Mo fore-un arrival except tba Herman. Mom 'in F'aneisco, ah cti sailed for La Paz to load pear' sb'Ua Tba Br*man barb Iadla latt on tba Si of March (or Falmouth, and tba clipper ship Hornet, for Now York, on Vtb of Mtrcb, both iadea with Brazil wood. Tba iDihera'ity of the Mexican revenue Iftwi is again maaifetted by the lata <Je >reo.ra'erring to old farmtare, imported for own use Wbeaawrr tne paseengera bro igbt the>r old furniture and bouaohold too la wltb them with out a certified iuvoic?, the a* me were seized and tho captain fined; and wbrn acoomp?niod with the napeaaary paper* specifying tb*m old and in uao, tho duty levied waa four tim?a the rate quoted in the tariff. Conse quently pnaeengers are daaired to declare their old rags aa saw or tear# them behind, because Santa Anna haa thus defined tba law undar date Fab 1, 1856. Prirate letter* mention that the mi oca of Real del kfonto are gtvlxg brllUnt re< urns and that a new ecm pany bad been formed to worh the mines of El Oro, near Tlalpujahna. It appears that tho foroea of Guadalajara have beaten and dee tray ed tba large bands of robbara who were in fasting that part of the country. Australian Markets. Sydxky, March '21 1856. Taring to day and yesterday conaideranle activity hid existed in spirits and teas, and n stroog disposition to specula'* has been manifested. Of the latter article sales bars been effected, in both congous and skins, at advancing prices over ?5 per chest. Bocae beaer traua sctiona in t offee have taken plate?Java at 6>id a 7d., aid Vurila at 7d. a 8d. Bottled ale and aome other arti cles are also on the rise We are now 10*2 days without new* from England. The packet ship Lightning, if t:be left Liverpool January 6th, ha' b?en out 75 days. Supreme Court?Special Term. Before Hon. Judge Rooeorelt. XNTKBBSTlNO WILL CA8?. Pell vi. Lounx berry ? 'Till la a enlt brought mainly to eettle "the true construction" of the will of the late John Pell, who died iu ihle city la the year 1819, leaving a widow and nine children aad a large estate to he di vided among them. About hie personal property there Is no dispute, it being given wholly and absolutely to the widow. Tbo questions now ralsod relate solely to the house in which the testator lived at the time of hU death; and as to which, after giving bo* a life Interest in It. be made no rlaposition, except in the following words1?'"Ail the reeioue of my real estate, whatsoever aad wheresoever." This residue he gave to hie execu tor-, to be held in truet to loog as hie youogeet sur. vivng cbinl Should be under 21. It i? a wdleott Is 1 tuIo of Veal, end I ml*hi say of natural interpretation, that the lenn "residue" in such esse*, unless quaUtte i ? and in the present instance it ?e not?by other parts of tne nstrument, imports not only all the testator s re maining bouses and lots not previously disposed of by bim. but also all the residuary interest und^88d ?' ? the bouse and lot oat of which as yet he had only M,.(j . iif? estate. A reversionary Interest?In other words a vested title, although only to (*" tnre?is aemuch real estate as a present possession, in deiritl. generally more valuable, and, as uuetoe more 1. the contemplation of the parties. Real nronertv it is obvious, is susceptible of .two modes of distribution?into paits and Into estates; the one regu 1*1 ad by space, and the other by time. The word resi due," therefore, is as applicable to a to its 'ordinary import, are addedthe ?l"ngand^ou ^wlmtL^verteTor conU^nt^nd ? be deemed, as they were In fact, real, or, as mwu?? to have been in equity, personal.? During tbe continuenoe of tho any child arrived of age or daughter married, he or she was to fJJ^ve out of tbe rents, as part of 'the portion of said chUd a lstacv of $1,000, aud tbe rest of tbe income was to go to the mo'ber. If either of tbe children died before ma ioritv or marriage, then his or htr $1,000, together with the retidue of tbe part or portion ofsuoh oblld ?as to go as directed It. the will. Incase bisyoungest child came of see which has bapoenei?while ths mo ther was still living, the testator directed hie executors te rX'rh. said real ehUt-," and a'ter securing an an nuity of $100 per annum to the widow, to divide the re sidue of the proceeds equally among his nine children by name?or tUp, at the discretion of the exejuters. a ter reserving sufficient to secure the annuity, to divide and make partition of the residue or the said raeitBstftte between his asiu children," share and ^am aiue-o^ in their d seretion, to make tbe division pertly by sale .?5 airily bv partition. If the wtdow-an event which bus not happened?died before the majority olfib.'Jroung# est child, then tbe rsme power of sale aud partition was given to the execu'ors, except that the P?rP?'8 ?f td annuity having ceased, no reservation in tha. ease was to he made ror its payment, and except also tha. -h whole ren's and profits, the widow being dead, were now to be ^divided among his said children-(the wools nine)?their execuiors and administrators, Jj. he fore him, without issue, the testator directs! that "tbe share or portion of the ch 11 so dving ,h.d,?SrrmightVdZId. in like maaeer with tue residue of his real estvW.'' In case of ll e death of one of his children after him, hut berate inr kv and wl hout issue?another event which did net hewn-tbenTe dhare of euch chill was to be dD yided among bis issue, if any, ana if none, among the survivors and the iesue, if any, of othtr deceased chil dren. bhouid any of hie children die after having attains 1 twenty-one?an event which has happened? ihen bis share was to aotohie "heirs, devieeee or legal repreeeota tivee " The stale of the testator's family?he having died in a few dave atter making hie will?was the same at his death at at tbe date of hie will, ami all hi# thoogh several have died sluce.Uvea to tweotroae. The y oungest having attained that eg* 183 division, according to the will, wae tnen made, enlv the house occupied by the widow, who wet etiU living, and whose life eetate m it did not terminate tiB 1851, tbe period of her death. lbathouM.aa divided the testator, has now aleo boon sold, and the question under the w tll,and under that acts whchhave.ine.oo curred is, how are its proceeds to be distributed. As to the will itself?were it not that I amsom? what ??>*?*: rested b? respect for the opinions of othsr^-Ishould nay the following propositions are clear and Indubitable . First, that, subject to the provision Tor his widow, tbe testator intenced to give his whole ??tats, not only in equal pofions, hut, with a alight qualiflcat.on.ln abso lute ownership to his chiliren. ihose of b s children, if any, who should die afterhua before twsntv one, their estates, although originally in fee were in that event to he defeasible, and subject to limitations over in favor of issue, and brothers ?n*8j!'. tere end their i? sne. Third, that as to those who should die a tor twenty-one, the limitation oyer (not restricted, fiil tho other case, to Dsns or brother, aud itors, hut extended to heirs, devisees or legal representatives, generally, of tbe deceased) was a mora decleraUonof whit, In every cate of destb, 1? the consequence of an oroinarv eetate in fee or absolute ownership, and in no way reetraim-d original foroo of the devise?tbe wtrds "shall go 'being obmoady usod by thsteistatir fnthe same s?tee, end wl.h the seme effect, as wiii ?o," and the whole sceteoce being (not an uncommon Oo turrence in wills) an Instance ofmere overcautious ds rl&i&tcrv iuipluf8ii?v Fourth, that, M loon M th thlld*arrived of age, 'the right of th. tru.Us. to receive tne rents and proflta, and with It the r^ht to held the estate in trust, censed, and was Intended .o <e*se 'eavtrg only the power of Bale and partition and ;Tat 'to ? exercised, If at all, not in.cms iud.fin.t. future but u as loon thereafter as might be, or veuWtly miRbt be," *hicb, as to the house hSii|?ed for the widow's occupancy " during her natural I ts.''it U obvious, i having ft da. regeid ^ oely bo on orftiterher death, there being^ neftheT no r^HhiU ncr fitness in selHog a remainder wh * \ derf noicg on the uncertainty of another s life, * us not to vest In possession till after the possible, and, as the event showed, probable lapse of msoy years. Butt, Sit thl plwer or Lie, not tAtng tmperativ.-in other wcidN th^rvel esUte not being directed to be converted Into money nt all eventn, or, as the law expresses It ou end "t, tie rights of the representatives of such of the children *s died before the actual sale, must be deter mined by 1be laws affecting the transmission, notof per fee Btmple, which portion on her death,! went to her heirs at law, and not to ber administrator. That a* to Ellsa Ann'e there, f Mrs. B?*'ey,) who died la 1840 liavlo* a huvband, hut no eurvlvlng child, 't de leended immedUtsly on'her death to her collateral heln, ber husband taking no 'sUte by * lift estate outstanding at the time In Mrs. reu tne eldvr and the law not admitting a life estate In n life estate. And that M to tho other children who have died intestste, their eharee belong to their helrsat Uw. Tlie newer of sale given to the executors would not, ordinari!" va the dwith of th. laat bnve parsed to her executor, bu'w?ald. If not exUnet, on tho Sopreme ??tkrt, '' to lweaMOutod under iU direction by some person *ppolnted for tbs pnrtU/' 1R. 8. 730. Intl.fcoo*, of sneh death of the laat traetee waa provl^ for and the original teatator, ae he wae comp.t^ ? co.'eubeUtnted In tbe place of the last named hi* own immediate eelectlon, an Ungular and executor* in euch tenfteo. Tho plural,) to be deHgnatod by the daoeaeeo^^ tha( ta executor of the Inst surviving teetntor, and a* such effect, the appointee of tb*?'V {, being the only mode, had full power to make ^the hoaM) whU:h ? with so manyl'm*"J**??BlWj|ty $? effected. The counsel partition wuld by powrtiniy ^ looollform,ty Cosart?In Chambeie. ^Brfore Hon. Judge Morrif. OOMBULAR rownuk __rn an Mattit of On Application of F. Keillor ./ Habeas Oorpm.?Thedefondont in this case ?fid J?Mtoetod by order of tho Ooneul for Hamburg, nn a chare# of revoh on th# high eeae. -v. r0art held that there if no eonventton authorl ting a eoneul to Imprison within the U.iied BUto. tejrl Irn! rar a reveit eommltked on tho high eeae. The tufted Ftate# Marshal has no right to order any euch ?XKwt Tho prleoner mnet be dimihnrged. Tho offlM of tbo Prliiooton Prui, Robloeon '? shoo foundry nnd dwelling hanae, nt fSSmSZL** bj fiN ?tbi 21 nt joat. Lc?, 110,000. Mlc? Intelligence. A MCflFEHaTg man. Ob Sunday iftimom about dv? o'eloet, the natgb bor'ood ef lteade street end Wert Broadway, i thrown into t greet lUte ef sxdtomsnt, by e port tb?t bed been eet in circulation, to the effse tbet en infuriated drunkard bed got into tho of Mr. H. Shulte, No. 141 Reede street, end wen i the knife, without any discrimination whatever, uperal tbe entire family. Sergeant -Smith, of the Fifth wudl police, i earing the outer y. repaired to tbe houee ml question ami found that .-halls, hie eon, and wife, had I severally been etaobed in tbe hende and anna by thin I desperate n?, who, a? eoon ae he eew the approach! of the eflieer, ran ep stairs into hie bedroom, end looked I h. nusli up The oifieer followed Gsakav (for eoch iatbnl name of the individual,) to hin room, and demended ad- I mittance, hut wae refused. An axe wan then procured* ' aod tho door in a few minutes flew from ite hinge* AM i fergeaot -roitb entered tbe room, club in band, OeakaW ran at blm with the kt if? and attempted to etab thn I officer, but tbe latter, having a cool head ml stead jk I band, quickly felled Gesltav to tho floor. Thin I blew, however, had but l<ule effect upon tae unfor- [ to note man's cranium, as he immediately revived, and again attacked '.ha policeman, and it waa not until the club waa uaed pretty freely oyer hie head, that he could* I be aeeured Mr. 8bu>tt and the member* of hia family, although placed In a very dangerous situation, miraca lonaly escaped with a few alight cuts on the nance Tney ata<e that desk a v, who to a boarder in their house, be coming Intoxicated, commenced 'abusing tbe lnmat-e, and finally drew out a dirk koife, with which he out and slashed at evory one in the bonus. Had the prisoner not been so drunk, he probably would bare kiilad com* one: but In the present caee, bia head, leg* and arms not baieg entirely on-sr hie control, hia thrusts with the knl'e were road# blindly mi at random Tna accused, en being taken before Justice Bogart. at the Lower Po lio# Court, waa committed for examination en charge oC assault with intent to kill. * ALLIOKD ATTEMPT TO BHOOV? JEALOUSY THE CAUSE. A negro, named George Boston, was taken into custo dy on Friday night by officer Van CUef of the Fourth ward polka, charged with having fired a loaded pistol at William Anderson, with intent to take his life. It in alleged that Boston finding Anderson alone with a wenoh on whem he had set bis heart, became exasperated, and going out brought iu a pistol loaded with powder and ahot, and deliberately tired it at the cranium of tain dusky rival, without, however, doing acr damage. Thn jealous negro was taken before Justice Bo.- >rt yesterday morning, who committed him to prison tor trial. Mayor's Office. SI BRET CLliMKS MACHINES. Messrs. Smitn, Suekel & Co., proprietor* of the street , cleaning machines, report that for the week ending; Jane 23, they have removed from the First, Second, Fourth and Sixth wards 1,039 loads of dirt and 752 loads of ashes, making a total of 1,821 loads. GRAND LARCENY. Officer Hope, attached to the Chiefs office,took Into can tody yesterday morning a German painter named Chas. Livingston, on a charge of robbing Louis Sohupplser of ?61 76 in jewelry and clothing, the property of a Mr. Bilt. Schnppiscr states that on the night of the 21 of June Livingston lodged in the same room with him, and left clandestinely late in the evening, taking with hiat the property, and leaving behind him all his own clothes. Justice Osborne oo mm it ted Livingston to prison in de? fault of bull. A LADY BURIED ALIVE. As an old lady was passing along by an open culvert corner of Seventh street and avenne C, on Saturday ? evening, she accidentally fell into said culvert and was buried in i;s contents. A Mrs. Clarke, who happened to be near, heard the of the old lady, aad Immediately repaired to the spot ana succeeded In extricating her (rem her unpleasant situation. Mrs. Clarke took her into her own house and washed and dressed her in some of her own clothes. The poor woman was then sen* home slightly irjured. CAUGHT IN THE ACT. On Saturday evening, about eight o'clock, as the Turners were passing down the Bowery, near Walker street, officer Clark, of the Mayor's office, having aneye to the windward with his ueual vigilance, espied two notorious characters whom he considered worth watoh* ins. He bad not long to wait before ho caught the well known gentlemen thrusting their leng "paws Into* lady's rosket The officer thereupon seized the two by the neck and escorted them to Essex Market Police tourt, where they were committed by Jnetloo Welch. Sentence or Seven Murderers in flew Orleunn. FOUR TO BR HALOED?TRO TO THE 8TATB PBI80K FOR LIFE, ALB ONE FOR EIGHTEEN YKAR8. iFicm the N*w Orleans Orescent, June 18.J The Fiiet district Court room was on Bnturdi lng crowced with spectators, drawn tual circumstance that a whole dock-foil of were to hear the dread ttnUnce or the lawsihsy badso fearfully outraged. Seven men?all Beatly dressea, "me in the pr-me of life, hut most of them licking men?let in a row In the dock, manacled^geth. er and seemingly lers concerned than any other per sol s S'the rcTm 1? was awful, and the crowdjlaudy showed , hat they felt It to he so, to look upon that raw of oris* ..n rnd eoaddsr that four or Ihem were awsfttng enUnce of death, two imprisonment for Ufe, and ons for a turn of yean probably equivalent to the rematodw . f his life. The only man who really looked the mar* . exer, was Dsn Cal)a|hsn> a tall, raw-boned, red-haired, red-skinned fellow, with i ot a particle of human feeling in hie c ountenance. Coetello, s mere lad in appearance, with sbcrt batr, light, mild blue eyee, hut a sharp, em* pieiSionlets vleage, from hie slanting forehead andlong, thin nose, was the next in repnlsiveneee of aspoot; hat the thought of hie youth, in connection with the horria murctr he bad perpetrated, might have had something to do with the deling inspired by his presence. Shields, . a email, stout built man, was not bad to look at, though J he wore the appearanoe of amen easilyto be ezatod. Kennedy looked least the murderor of all the crowd-* a fine, manly young fellow, with an honest. Intelligent countenance, such as one would not expect tosee in n murderer. These were the fonr awaiting sentence oC 4 death! Patrick Haggerty, who aldisd CaU.ghsn U thu Corduroy tragedy, was en older looking man than tha rest, and bad a good countenance. Johnson, who shot Speiiman, and b?ott, who killed his wife, were both voting looking, htrd featured men* _ Juoge Robert son called Callaghan, Shields, Kennedy, and ("ostello, euccesei?ety to their feat, and asked thorn if thoy bao aught to say why sentenoe should not bo pronounced upoa them. CaUsghan simply asked te a new trial, which the Judge told him It would bs im poeeibie to grant. Tre others had nothing to sav. Thj , Judge passed the sentence of the law by appropriate and solemn remarke, eoocmdiog hie address as foUjws:?^ flow far better would it neve been for you. Callighan, to hsve stayed your band on that bloody night, and arw you gave the deadly stabs, to have reflected on the fear ful consequences of the crime yon were about to yec* petrate, aad to have considered of the punUh ment which bae so surely overtaken you 1 But od poeserscd by seme hell bom eplrlt of <eetructlon, an4 with an insatiate malice you plunged your knife, wtW thrust after thrust, into the bowels of ons. two, three, fonr, aye, five victims, till two of them <Lad, and joq became a double murderer. And you, Shields, with a drawn and deadly weapon, for some flenclab spirit of revenge, eta-ova tc provoke an unarmed advrsaiy to a fight, and when you found that you had failed, aod that be all( not resUt your re ntosches, and declined your challenges, and retired from the controversy, your heart, seething in vile ma lice, stifled your better iJm time for reflection, you pursued him and dealt him blow after blow wi'h your hnife, when hie hand was not raised against you. Now, with hie blood and youx own upon your head, you mu?t die as a murderer. Ana you, Kennedy, for the fancied Jneultof a maw , groan from a orunken man?you, too,.being stimulae4 bT the evil properties of liquor, armed yourself, sought him out, end notwithstanding the entreaties of your faithful wife, vou in a and atabbsd him to death, thongh ha tried to escape from you. Ahl it would have been far *?****?* 7?* h> seed the timely counsel# of J0?**1'? jjj* strove to drag you from that tcene of trouble. Had yon heaiktned to hsr, you would not, as now, have caused her to weep her way In shame and contumely, and yon would not have dishonored en aged mother, and earned her htsv hairs to go down in sorrow to the grave. And lastof all, you, CosteUo, unfortueate veong men, you have nelthsr insult nor Injury to effer us lion of tour crime. You slew in an atrocious m*naer an old and estimable officer of the la^, charge of his duty. When the old man and with fatherly kindness wsrned youi tej your riotous dieturbaueo, you 6\ ? mild remonstrance, end influenced by dri^Jeepelled by B.b tuonlc?, wboL^JSSS^I* Swri'SZi and who, even when be bad wi~??tM dagger - yon. though nertally wcu?"JT1 he m?7n" I? jour mote consideration of yonr ease, you have beea found n{!p^ jou'fherefore, and upon all of you and eaeh ono . f son. I saust, in consideration of your respective rimM.aad the several verdicts thereon, pronounce the sentence of the Is*, which Is, that yon, eaeh on# of 'Tu be taken hence ind hung, within the four wetle ef the tarlsh Prison. snUl you ate dead, upon sueh a daw ?nd at such an hour as the Governor mey appoint. Ana , ow may the lord have merey ?jm i? . The prisoners then sat down, without ??i?f treeing any symptoms of emotion. M- A. Fraser, i*P? took appeals In behalf of CosteUo end Kennedy. leavin? Callagban and fehielda as the only ones who will oertalalj bftlUk Hnggarty, Caltoghan's sentenced to the penitentiary for life. He begged rorn new trial, with a faltering voice, asserting that hewan fenocent, and that Calle.haa knew him to be so. Tbe Judge, in a kind but firm manner, denied the q ViAberd Scott, for the murder of hie wife In palior which overspread hie eountenenee was all tha trayed his lee lings. un f arim at the West.?The receipt* of breed* NO sij?s?? --rt. u* tremendous, and pve ^li^JL?fbUitr of^ke malnteuauc# of preseuft i*1, 7 iS bbl? bf flour, 82,897 bushels at SU i%Si "* "i'OT " I a ate.