Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 31, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 31, 1860 Page 1
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TH WHOLE NO. 8758. TIE POLITICAL CAMPU6N. PMm SoftMBt i?g the Sew T?rk Demerit; Spccebm ?l Seiilw WHmn am* Ccn. Um m the SUtc cl ParThe DMgUs CodvcdUcd Id Scrtfe CwoHpi, *?. i ^i ComnlttMi * ittoiwntbrr of a committee fob thb ftsion or ALL TOX KLKMKXTS OrPOSBD TO LINCOLN. 11m Douglas Hate Central Committee have been in ?es ftioo hr the last two days at the ?t. Nicholas, for tbo purpose of organising and making preparations to carry en the campaign All the members were present. The moat ton>ort&ot business transacted was the passing of the following resolution, which was dene unanimously ? Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to oaafer with any political organization for the purpose of securing the co operation of all who are oppoeed to the republican party. The following gentlemen were appointed as the committee ? Berj. Wood, Wm. D. Kennedy and F. L. Laflin. It is expected that the Breckinridge Central Com mi tUe will meet at the St. Nicholas next week, when the shove named gentlemen will confer with them. The Speech off Seauttor Wilson at Brooklyn* The Wigwam or the South Brooklyn republicans, in Court street, was crow Jed last evening, Senator Wilson, ef Massachusetts, having been announced to address the meeting. There were a number of ladies present. At eight o'clock the President of the Ofcn, Wm. F. Burleigh, Id that the Senator would arrive in a few moments?an announcement which was received with loud applanee. This gentlotnan is the poet of the party, and in the event Of Old Abe's" election will undoubtedly expect s 'post where his poetical powers will have free scope Tor their orarclse. Hon Henry Wilson soon after entered the building, and was greeted with loud end protracted cheering. Mr. Bcxibmb said he had the pleasure of Introducing the right worthy oolleegue of Charles Sumner, the Hon. Berry Wilson, of Massachusetts. The cheering was renewed, when the Senator rooe to peak, and as soon as it subsided he proceeded to deliver a speech of two hours' and a half in length, having spoken tlU half past ten o'clock. The Senator commenced by observing that they were once more summoned to perform a great constitutional doty?to elect a chief magistrate of the republic and to Indicate the principles by wbich bis administration Mould be guided. When our governmont was launched upon the tide it began its existence by the proclamation of the emancipation of man fTom the thraldom of man. Washington, Jefferson, Franklin and others believed that Slavery was a social, moral and political evil, and that It would pass away onder the Influences of the Institutions they founded. Where, he aakod, stands the republio now poo the question of human slavery and human liberty In America/ The .".00 000 landmen only tolerated amongst us In the Revolution, valued then at leas than forty millions of dollars, bad grown into more than four millions of aiaves, valued at more tbau two thousand millions of dollars, and the owners of them ruled the fifteen slavo States of the Union, abrogating in support of their rights the sacred rights of free speech, and of a free prase. which the song they had song told them was won by Washington, snd was to be won again for them by Abi ah am Lincoln. (Loud cheers ) The speaker went on ?o mow me sgrresatve nature or me siave power, aueg tax that It hakl Jinn Buchanan in the hollow of its hand. Bauator Hunter in his epeeoh the other day aald that at the beginning of Mr. V an Buren'a administration the sactintent of the North wan unanimous ior the principles of the Wllmot proviso: that the sentiment of the South was, that slavery was a moral, aocial and political evil, Is he supported not [la ItscU as right, hot ss a stern a limit/. Mr. Hnnter said the/ had clanged at the South. "We now ' sa/a he, "believe negro slaver/ rights to hs defended upon principle, and we have allies in the North who have accepted this doctrine." He (Mr. W ) supposed meet distinguished among them was Charles O'Oonov. The Senator proceeded to speak of the position of the four candidates far the Presidency. Alluding to Mr. Bell, he said, that the part/ Who nominated him declined to aooept the living tan of the country. What would hie bearers think of n captain who. when asked if his ship was going to Liverpool or Now Orleans, atmpiy answered "I have a good ship, a good eompaas aad a good crowv Hs inquired if Washington Hunt, Judgs Doer or any of the leaders of the Bell party in the North, proclaimed the doctrines they avowed fifteen years ago, in common with the whole people or New York These men were now run a log up ana down the country with "to 1st" or "for sale" written oe their brows, ready in New York to sail lb -m solves to the Douglas democracy. ready over the river to Sail themselves to the Breckinridge democracy. They ahr .nk lnglorlonsly from the great Issues before the country, and struck hands with men with whom they ever affiliated, to defeat Abraham Lincoln and throw the alert ton mto the House of Representatives, where oor"ip t!on might rule the hour. He (the s;?aker) declared that he woo Id rather see Boll, Douglas or Breckinridge elected Pres dent by the people than to seo the election go to the House of Representatives. As a patriot and as a mm. woo pis* ed ha tounlry before bis party, be affirmed that In the present erudition of tho House of Representatives aad is the present condition of the country he could oot see how any patriotic man could ? ve a voto with a view to throw that election into the House of Representatives. It was placing faction above patriotism, a little selfish esuse ot a ntt: neglected men before the oause of the country. (Great applause.) Tte Sea at or apnka next of Brerklnr dgc. who carried lbs flag of slavery pension and pit- -y p? (set represented tht men who bad made iw of the democratic party of the ro.ted *talr* :t vn years. Thc.r position saa a hold, a flat a devLsti one (Applause.) You shrink In abbot uco. said he. from this pos,tins.but vou cannot but feel a degree of respect for the men who iska that i?*itiou t nation You feel aa you do when you read Milton s"Paradise lost " in regard toaaian ad his compeers He could sot see how men born, and educated in t^s State of New York could vote for Rrw kin oia.nu sf Mr. Hoayiu to the supoort of the fro* Slates Be (Mr. Dnuglat bal said h>> did not rare whether slavery wai voted down or voted up la the TsrrttoriM of the (Jolted Stales. Everything about him wu 10 favor of alarery and tbe slave power of this country. Mr. W.ison prove.'led at ienyt to show, bv men I on ng dates, tbe asreral cccaaons wbeo Mr 0- >dflu voted in tbe .-Vnatr against bid /avorlte doctrine of popular sort reignty. He spoke of the action of tb* Ooarealloo wb.cb ao ruinated pong a*. aad In aevprj larviage analyied tbe public acts of Gov. F t/palrxk. wbo wu nonaiaalod by tbe friends of OouzUs Tor tbe V ce Presidency. alleg'ttHthat ho wu in 'avor of rlavory rjtenr on. <*o\ ) patrick flare t>irk the nomination in tbeir (Wees His ?r<fb wanted tiltn to bs President, said Mr. Wilson add tap lb at the ladic* were iusi sa anxious to get iato ibe St, '?e Hoooe a* ibe grntiemen Don flu had rev mecd'-u' committee to notn nat* Gov. Johns >n. of Georgia, aJ*' *b*F d!J *? tbo speakeS W?ol op to 1 it- | rate of Mr Jo.*?uSoa'i tarrer In the itraate. rbdwlpg by quotations trom h s speeches that be believed r tPfd were property, especially dwelling upon a remark n.de in a sporch which be (Governor Johasoa) made n pfci'sdelphia, to tbe eject that capita! sht iid own labor. He (toe speaker) would like to look that work,Dg in an In the fare wbo would vote for Douilu and Jobm >n to are if ther" wu mutbood eno ,gb !" b m left to rtise a blush of sJitme upon b.sfaoe lie f,'"m ,bc',r i*rt ei to the ticket that believed t uit Py'r' . U be voted dnsm, an i w ta reaolved that it alavhrj thOw _ ' _ikr ticket ' the- d he voteI v?-u^ ? 2T* *llb ^atSe'rrr.ii^ tbaiVt > ? .oat capital-rhuuld owii .abor. and ma.ntained the dortr ne U it every man wb > breathed God's air or waikrd Bia grctti eartb should walk proud and erert la the eoMCMiua dignity that be *a< a freeman That lie vet wu bended by Abrslisu. Lincoln?(renewed spplau r ? the man wbo war nominated to be elected President of tba t mteit etai r i real en'busiar-n ) Bell is rino ng for?what Mi r "For Brooks."' Uproarious tar ?-b. ter ) You an- - c'lt. my fr> nd, replied Mr WiM*. Mr H I la running to allow brooks to sell b m self?to allow Washington Hnnt and geotlewien that had txen "rctir- 1," U well u otber r?fIncted patriots, to make bargains for Ui-l own sale Br>< . n''dfe is man ng to defeat D>"g Nobody espeiied thot Breckinridge would be elected I're iilent of ibo t nlted slates. He wu runn.ng to dt at Po glav, and Isn-iiu waa.r nn'ng?(A roioe tn the rn *d primptly added, "After his mother," which waaihe nccnei'H of great merriioent. You art right, coal >n el Ibe Jteustor I*> clas is ritniiup after lit* mother "p sad down tbe country art! be l.as now pone (tooth. Do*. Mi >u riittlDf It fit !ne rotlrol of the demo: . . Dtci.wa. in' orJcr" t? rwirvU;it tbe a?nrr.. ? P^,r .0.1 lr*l tb.1 pT-t? n ' lh? m#o who arn?m>.,<i on the tb?r?? nt r t M'rhfan > " Ml' nir.M At .1,,^ | nlK t^d, *nd that the ?oly party ih.i ,,,,0,. ^ tb* nation to -' > a Jh lb. .? .f.!o(t.0, lb# . . * .Mont of tli" ' . : : -'UU. tio tof. ,t Z m Z eondMalaa bad no .< of nloMlrf th' o, but thrr a r? r?d?tnwie"?:-...M.iiiifl^i uv n0.* ?, j %.f an i ; ? th<- roj. .biiran na ty ' ,, hVJ tot taJoUf - " ahat'-T'it help;*** L , ' u.' ftoaodara? r, ? ?'". > !v t", siriiohanda t .,r to' l? f>. Uf A .lUam I ..11 (V. rhry v m n. v-r -lo .'I "1 Mr I'm fi.-mly b-'tarod 1 ,.l 1 1 f" ?! ' I 1' ! ho ropi.i pa"-, a ' ',| Ai..?h. .1 : .? until.m- diwtr.i of it. ' ... .. ,, <o . > - lb at t.ry mai . n . o at ' M-1 'a wan 1. n*: no n-.itnr what blood co raad it 1 t ? t- r -. .Iia 1 -1' ' - "" K ' ro t! . > - - P 't r Tir ^ tlr 1 ir'M ' .7 ? -I y or M-i -?t , ?t? ' :<)? ]. ' > 1 ii? u at EJVE length to deBte the repMtean fcltb, stating that t'J party recognized slavery M a mere iocaJ nst.tutlon for which tha people of a ^Ute that toieratod !t ware alone responsible. Aa republican party would say to thoae men that on tha prlnctplea of liberty, of humanity and of a wise material policy, it would be batter to let that institution pass away, "but," said ha, "we leave it with them to stand if they can against the advancing currant of a Christian and humane civilization, o* to die, as die it will, by the disease of original sin." The republican party claimed that It bad the constitutional right to keep the blighting, withering foot tepe of the boifdmen off from every loot of the Territories of the United States. The speaker ar K jru uut jrco wdiic uDor:n| men couiu UUI. wore uj euvintage in tbe South, and Mid that Northern mechanics who went there were compelled to return home. He alluded to the ipeech of Senator Hammond, who called the Northern laborers the " mud Bills" of society, and eaid that Hannibal Hamlin, or Maine, was the first man who rebuked htm in that body for uttering such an of Tensive sentiment. Senator Wilson next proceeded to show the fidelity exhibited by the republican party :n Congress enumerating tbe various measures advocated and adopted in the House of Representatives, all of which were rejected by the Senate. He dwelt with particular emphasis upon iho white and the black slave codes of New Mexico. The white code gave permission to the employer to flog a white man or woman who worked for wages, and forbid the courts to entertain a prosecution against the employer for doing It. This meMure was supported by democrats and strenuously opposed by republicans. what would the citizens of New York say if such a law were on their statute book ? A roan In the audience propounded this question ?Did Douglas vote against the repeal of that law f Senator Wileon?Mr Douglas was not pressnt. "Would he have voted against it?" Inquired the same individual. Senator Wnsox replied by saying that his principles would have led him to do so, and his followers voted against Its repeal. At this juncture or the Senator's speech, the First Ward Wide Aw?ke?j from New York, and the Lincoln battalion of the Rocky Mountain Club entered the Wigwam, and were greeted with cheers. Mr. Wnaoj remarked that that cheering spectacle was an evidence that the freemen of New York were rousing themselves to keep the Empire State where she was placed In 1854, when It gave .Tohn C. Fremont ecventy-flvo thousand majority. The speaker continued to enumerate the benifiient mea surra instituted by the republicans, charging tbe democratic party as bctng hostile to tbe rights and interests of the free white laboring men, both North and South. He (Mr Wilson) asked Douglas a Tow years ago what kind or a man I.iucoln was. when he roplted that be was a very honeit man, that ne (Douglas) had been tn Congress sixteen years, and had never yet met a man who was his superior; lie bat never yet coped with any man superior to Abraham IJncoln in point of ability, and when tbe telegraphic despatch announcing Lincoln's nomination was banded i to Douglas in tbe Senate, be said, "We have got to do onr Kaal In Hnfnal klm ?> In Ik. kenaa nf ike keet^eel nf Harvard College, at Cambridge, Douglas eai<l that Uncoln war the first lawyer of Me State, and waa one of the beet popular orators of the I'nion. In conclusion, Sena| tor Wilson affirmed that New York was safe for l.inoolu. ; It bad been said by the supporters of Bell and Kverc.t ' that there was doubt In reference to Massachusetts going 1 for Uncoln. He informed his bearers that that State would glTe 40,000 majority for I.lncoln over all the i factions, united or divided. He predicted that the whole i vote ol New Kngland would be given to the republican candidates, Douglas had said that the republicans could uot proclaim their doctrines in the Sou h. The reason was that free speech was not tolerated there, and If Washington or Madison came back to earth they would not be permitted to utter in Virginia the sentlmosts tbey have left on record. If the republicans had the privilege of proclaim!!.? their doctrines In the South, they would get a vote in the Northern slave Stales that would open the eves of this nation, woull open the eyes of the New York merchants and of the metropolitan presses. There was a llttlo froo speech In the South and Frank Blair (was itsf representee In Missouri. (Cheers for Missouri.) He closed by urging the young men to go into the contest with the light of battle on their faces, for their cause was just. They sould look up and ask the blessing of Him whose hand moved the atari and heaved the pulses ol the deep. The Tremaine Brothers sang a song, after which resolutions endorsing the State ticket were unanimously adopted, and the meeting adjourned with cheers for their candidates. General .loirph J.anr In New York. HTS APHHES8 TO TBI NIWONAL DEMOCRATIC VOLCNTUBS. General Joseph lane, the democratic candidate for Vice President of the ("nitsd States, who is on a visit to this city, addressed the National Democratic Volunteers on Wednesday night, at their rooms In Broadway. <ener*l Lane was waited upon toy a committee of tbd Volunteers, at the Everett House, and from there proceeded as above mentioned. After the organization of the meeting be aid:?National Democratlj Volunteer*, I thank you for your kind Invitation to meet yon, and for the cordial greeting with whlob you have received ate. Bad yon convened a public meeting and called npon me for a speech, I should have hesitated about accepting the Invitation, for I am averaa. considering the position I occupy, as a candidate lor Vine President, to enter actively into the campaign. 1 may be permitted, however, on ihta occeaion to make a few brier reaaarke, and a few only will be neeeaeary after the eloquent addi mai a yon hare beard from your chairman. Dr. Miller, end from Mr Iianiete. Mr (tenet. and Mr. Lawrenra. iienticmen, we have been charged?John C. Breckinridge and I have been charged ? the ticket which you fed proud to auppcrt hae been rhaigrd?with eeceaelon, disunion.and even treaaoo fie great party to which we all belong has boen called a d:? uuion party, a eeceaeion party. Now, who with any common sense ran believe that John C. Breckinridge, the high toned, gallant and chivalrous Breckinridge, the patriot and statesman, who lovea the T'nion, and who has throughout hie life fought so bravely for the Cnion snd the constitution? who I ra_v can believe that b* is a diaunionist or a eecesetoant* My friends, aa wall might it be seid that a food rather desires the d'.*tu?mb"rment snd b '"r conflicts n his family. (?ne tuutm..; wot1 as the other. No; F ink In ndge is the best of t'nionmcn, aud it s a gioss libel to charge u.ni with disunion sentiments or d> - gns. No mail would sooner lay down his life for the I uion than the nob'.c Brockinr.age. I know him well, and I say what I know of him And, as to myself, why, gentlemen. my whole life gives the He to auch a charge. So (nan love* thiwA'n on more than 1 do; and nooc would go farther or do mere witlnn the power of ra:.:i tl perpetuate it. Bui. my friends. II you wouid pre* r . e tu- I uIn m mnat main aln the constitution for they arc taatparaWa !f you wo :M - i -.e the OBS you must maintain the "1 her f ie < islitynf the ? tat of ts the principle upon wLnh the Lou.eueration was formed, upon which the ru tin was made, and without which there would have been no confederation or I'nion. fie equality of the Stat ?that Is the principle now at !w>ne before tiw? country?the equality of the Ctites, not partially, not with v'ny ri terv.t;cn, but .n fill recngnilloo of the "rlgi nal compact. h, this you"wtIl see that Brevklntldge and your bu&ibU servant are better I utou men than those ?b<> make the null charge of dieuuior sa aga oil us, because we are for rsa staining the t aion upon the priori p>? of tl * coiiit'.t itior, rtr'etty and fkirly Interiiretnd, and not tnh*nwe|ed tu a latttudlnarisn manner. I r 'the purpose of pmiu ol cjpedlone) Are wc not then the bell I tiioti men, Cor the reaeon that we would maintain it upon the principles of the constitution while our cnemlcf w ho make cnfoiiiid'd and base charge* against] us v ..id tatl j :he I sioq by Kipping ill J*tj foundations An-'new, as to the per"*? which is iden.*'"^ Ult' supports the Br ckir rldgt* and f*ne ticket. is rot a seeror di? i.loil parly. I am not her," 1 '** I an J the past history of ?,n who may now support u*" tiCktl, n .* loeffer ?ir-?ea for or e\ptaio away ehsrges against Individuals; but I maintain that our ;?r!y ie, par esttlltmtt, a Tnlon party, If it were e<t. neither Breckinridge nor 1 would be identified w.th it fie d stniotisis are reoliy those who wo-id ?ap the fot adal <tns ef the constitution by denying or devtroving lb" equality of tb? "tales frrwrv( In go <d fa'th the original comperl of the equality of thebutes, ( ?r J'Ue equal rights <>.r the ctisena of eaib of theRtatea n the .'"foiffi011 Territories, and everywhere else where i the Jtg of t'""** '*s floats, aud the I'mon w ill be preferv< I t.' l ow, and this great an 1 gierlous eoualry w.ii flli the' .v-oorUnt page In the history of nations Ut us be Ji-rt.Hu P*1 ,n ' of this country imd bv cvtry state p. ^* eonfowncy, and this Tstr^.vr.f Stale* Will lift "' rtb-T In ttvrne-," or time to come. Now, my friends, having ma le I ibehe few remark*-. in rrspouse to your flattering rec p. , tioo. 1 ttiaak y;jj sgi.ii one and all, and bid yon goiyj u eht Org* MliMlon of thq Rtpabllcaa 9t?U Osatial Cssmmsltte*. AtaAirr, August 80, 1M0 The Republican Rtatc Central Commlt'ce met to day. Twenty out of twenty four members were present. The Committee was organised by the appointmett of Simeon Prsper. Faq ,of New York.Chairman. Jamea Tsrwllliger, of Syracuse, Secretary, and 0. C David**, of Albany, Treasurer. The following Ksrcutive Committee wee ap cnated?Hon tTrn. H. Ferry, of ft lea, and Hon Deo Opdyke. of New Tork, together with the Chairman, Bar retary Mil Treasurer Mtkleal imwum ware adopted for rarrying en a vigorous campaign. The Horlh ( trellM Doaglai Or mot rat lr , ft?lr Co a went Ian. Raubm. AugostM. 1M0 The delagatr* to tha Pouglaa Uoorrution air holding a parent le the State House. The Plate la largely represent ed. Antlclpationa of a Dooglae ?*oV? In the Reeloral Col lege are becoming general. A resolution baa just been negatived, that In the J event of Dongta? not receiving the electoral vote of the j State, the electors be matrncted to give their Tote to : Bell, A warm debate to going on. The charge that the I Douglas party will rule or ruin baa been repudiated and rep'ilcd. The retiilt will prove that, en far aa the actloa of North Carolina goes, the In loo will be prawwved fr 'in thecaegerr which the South dreadi in the erect of the ( 'lect oa of Limh, by the go?.J ??<n?e of the penole aoaUw o;rg upon a flat] or ticket. Breiklnrldge la lo I where i? ib'aatate. | A erediettoa, |oat >itt<>g?d, U at Douglas Wil renal vw the rote 01 the K a -tertl ObtTfe ot tta -b te, fcaa h <;b w , rn> 'f tfti ec-fed W YC MORNING EDITION- FT Tke Connect!* ut IUp?hll< ?n State Convratt?t Nsw Haver, August 30,1600. The Republican State Convection met tore tela morning, with a very fall attendance from all oar a of the Slate. Hob. i. T. Baboock, of the Vow Haven PaCaJium, was rhoaen President, with Vice Presidents and Secretaries front every county. A warm discussion ensueJ upon the form of the call for the Convention, which wae Anally ended by a moet exciting scene of manim.iy and eotbutlssm, all differences being reconciled at once. After a tempest of cheers and rejoicings the Convent! to adjourned for dinner. The Convention this afternoon onanimonely nominated Hon. C. T. CI cave land, of Hampton, and Hon. R. S. Bald win, of New Haven, as Senatorial ele:tore;aad Sarnie Austin, of Enfield; Benjamin Douglas, of Middletown; Augustus Brudage, of New London, and Frederick Wood, of Bridgeport, as district electors. Reeolotione endorsing the Chicago platform and candidates were adopted by acclamation. The Convention then adjourned. Convention of tke Conncctlcnt National Democracy. HaKr.oso, Conn., August 30, ISM. The Ikner of this evening publishes a call for a mam convention of the national democracy, to moetat Vow Seven on the 12th of September, to nominate & Breckinridge end Lnne electoral ticket. The cell is signed by Hon. TVm. W. Fnton, member of tho National Democratic Convention for Connecticut. New Ysrk Congrieiionel Nomination. Or.Dcssiireo, N. V., August 30,19d0. The democrats of the Seventeenth district have nominetcd Henry (J. Kootc, Esq., of Ogdensburg, for Congress. Governor Letcher for Donglae. Ricmtojcn, Ve., August 22,1860. Cswnmrt?Your letter of the 20th Inst., desiring to know the position 1 Intend to take In the Presidential contest, has been received, and 1 avail myself of the earliest moment to reply. I have purposely avoided committing myseir to the aupport oi either Breckinridgo or Douglas, In the hope : that a compromise would be agreed uoon by tbe two con : ventions recently held in our State that would be honorable and mutually satisfactory to both wioge or tbe demo crattc party. All hope or an adjustment having now failed, I have no hesitation In declaring that my support will be given to Douglas and Johnson. The division that has occurred in the democratic party could have been, and, I think, ought to have been, avoided. There was no more necessity for a rupture in 1800 than there was in 1866. The division has, however, taken place. The breach is widening daily, and It is useless now to Inquire into the causes which have produoed these deplorable results. Such a discussion will not restore union and bar mony, but will, of necessity, add to present embarrassments. and will only tend to make certain tbe election of a sectional candidate to the Presidency, whoso tuooea all patriots must deplore. I sincerely hope, thersfbre, that the discussions which seem now unavoidable between tbe friende of Breckinridge and Douglas will be marked by prudence and modcj ration, and after this struggle has been ended, a spirit of ' conciliation and compromise will restore union and harmony In our party. JOHN LETCHER. Brooklyn City Xsws. ! DwrnrfTivs Ems ? A flro broke oat betwoen throo and 1 four o'clock yesterday morning at the chemical factory of Messrs. Durkee & Co., in Sedgwick street, near Columbia. Mr. G. W, Durkee, a member of the tlrm and the engineer of the establishment, was on bis way to the factory when he saw the flame* issuing from a window I In the upper story. He gave tbe alarm and soon the onpines were on the spot, but with no avail, as the building I was destroyed. Tbe building was erected about two years sgo by Mr. Cbsrles Kelsey for the Meesra. Durkee. Tho mam bull ting was three stories high, and composed i of brick, with two wings, each of which wers eighty foot > deep and one story high. The frontage was sixty feet. . The whole was hilly Insured the In Metropolitan Insurance Company of New York, and the Mesmrs. Durkee were Insured against losses fbr 62,600 In each of tho following companies ?Standard, Fireman a Friend and Market of Kew York; and Fireman's Trust Company of Brooklyn. Opentag of the Trade with JtpUi TO TBI BPITOR OF TBS BBBALD. Nsw You, August 80,1800. I take the liberty of sanding you a commercial letter from my correepondente In Japan, Messrs. John Allmand, Jr., k Co., which you can use if yon think proper. It has t>e*n delayed In reaching me; but soase features of the letter may be of Interest to many or your readers who arc turning their attention towards Japan. You are probably aware that I am the only party yet in New York who hae a bouse in Japan. Messrs. AUmaad k Co. are among lb# tew merchants, not natives ef Japan, who have their own storehouse and grounds. Tbey have amt.te aernmmndattors and fSrllltlce for taking care (f the shipments made through me. and are prepared to render sll possible assistance to llig passengers w bo are toro out a rry vessels fr?m New York. R. H. tiALLAHER. JOHN Al.LMAKD, JTt. AKI) CO.'g MARIWT UFOKT. I""? MS Yoxaiums, Japan, May 14,18?0. By the American ship Howqua we bare received advice* Iroin Bong Kong to the 15th of April, and Atanghae to the 21th. These advices have conflrmod the better prospect in trade generally in the Hong Kong market, but from e'hanghac we have continued gloomy scoounts of shipments then arriving. / 'j-rfs.?Thi improvement In biminess generally la botg Koij: bat manifested iteelf in our market, and la SOWN nilancrs higher prices have been paid for produce. The stocks of many deacrlptioua of goods ore scant, and rr va's at market rmall. The sudden rise :n freights n sy have (he effect to check shipments considerably, snd if so. wr think many articles will be easier. For . -but l.ttle buatsesi doing, and this, we Iblnt * " he the state of things for (be next two or ! three months. VirifHUi ?S.nce our Us-t freights have continued to ad' vui.ee,' on account of the demand of tonnage for China. The kiglish and French governments arc taking up ahips it h ch rates U< convey their troops to the north, and we lock for dim rates for some time. The supply of tonnage i - s ai r ihaa baa has been for Uie past month, lor lot Jon direct, the Troas sailed a few days slnoe. I'<right oe silk, ?8. Imforh ?There baa been some demand for cotton piece goods, and sale? have been floetcl at fair prices. Quotations are nominally the aame as in our last. For can Francisco the harks Onward and Carrie belaud are loading, with tea. oil, ike., Ac. Ttie Ywnrey Pelhels Difficulty In Mont* gomary, Ala. A brief despatch announced the rencontre of B. C. Yancey an J Colonel J.J. Se.bels, editor of the Mouigmery (i a) Cf/?ifrd?ru.how. The Adrr.'uvr of that elty aaya ? The (acta are briefly these. Young Mr Yancey met Coionel Seibtla and aaiil to him that in bad grossly slandered b.i father m the C?*)ftdrrmttrm that be came to roWet the insult ottered to bits, aad that he warned liim to defend himself. Mr. Vanity then struck at Colonel .delbets repeatedly with an or-.inary size ca.ie, but the Colonel kept bia large open umbrella In front so >s t> fhed off, snd pushed him fbrward, evading any bard blow.', nutil , the cover.og waa knot ked from the umbrella, and at ;ml ?t ' -?WU iUC UWiUIV M quiw Kli FUR. i( HI W A 1?W and a fcr.me earned. aad thf j?irt|p? were fepara ted by * pdMceman. Both rame off bru'scd, aad Cdoael Sc belt btS'*} * * wonted by a re re re cat acroa* tl?e ere and traipw! ?uf 7oun7 Yancey. although idcomparably rmall.T ^ Belgian giant, ?u but llffbtly burl and bor- k.?naoU fal.antly Id the light Wl.ilam L Yancey, t>lrr ?? tbr young man above named, followed wtibat-VJ, giving an aisoi.ot of the ranae for tb<> aaaai It, and ci. V|;off that bia aon'e at, logon'*t wa* a liar and tiaaderer. Mr. relbiia, inblaowD paper, I** r *\frdtra>*>i\, replica aa follows ? The aasumptioo, on Mr Yancey a part, that i not to be "treated aa a gentleman," ta the rbt-ap roadfc "f * toward, who aeeki refuge from tba re^oasibiltty 'ufu^ Vto'^t4J\ S*** | that be boo i tight ii oaiiod oa oj me. Coder euon tr I cumstaaeea I bare no right to aak a Irieod to put bruaelf In a poaitk* which might rompromlae h.m and tbie Mr. Yancey well knew wben be rantlnuily prnoed hit card, ftls aon hail aaaanttej n.e on the atreet (or arttcke In tnle paper, acknowledged by Mr. Yancey bnuaelf to be Insulting be wee in town oe the day of publication of one of tb<-m, aad permitted, if be did not inetigate, bta eon to make kn attack which he had not the courage to do himself. If the article* written by me were Ittaull'nff, Mr. Yancey bad hi* remedy. 1 held myaeU ready at all time* ; from a reaflict and interposes hie eoo. Thi* man?aeon' vlcled frlon. the recipient of f.xemitlwr clemnnry, who I* more familiar with the walla of a jail than with truth or 1 honor?revenges an Inaolt oftirre 1 him, not bp arte, hut word*, and ad rem nee himself as a poltroon and row ard

bp publishing that we "are not to be treated ae gentle n?t'B.'' He baa aavnrf tia the ni 0 realty of publishing h'm u a coward by advertising It himself in advance. A Slaver Captarid. [from the Norfolk Herald, August 2# ] The brt| Triton, la charge of mtdahlpman N H far pi bar, arrived here yeaterday after e passage of 41 da; a from Ioendo. Weal Coart of Africa, flic Triton was cap 1 tnred as e elarer, ee the l?th of July, by the foiled "isles steamer Mystic, I.teut Commanding I*Roy, ofl Mark , Point, bbe'cleared from New Orleans in the begtnnng ef March laat. for Cuba. Af soon as sbo made for the Island the American captain, with part of hi* rrrw. left her.and a Spanish rapUin and erew raw e ea hoard and took tbrir place*. All bt r provision*, water cask*. fte , were put on 1 board of her at New Or lean* When captured she had no . 1' wa them overboard. The I Triton was consigned to an agent on tbe coast, and wa* to j take the slavtathat had been purchased from the brig ' Iteblcla, which wa* captured hy the Cbfistellattiw In HeI rember last. Ah?- i ft,ion ,n bp?ii?h currencf were | found on board Alltbe crew, with the e*>ej tlon of t" ioer*argi wad i< mat . were landed at their own rev < ?t. at t?nnn In. The Triton is a te*t sailer, and had been en?- ed i?y sera| rr.l An^r enn and Kig'?h rrv n o( ??r without b'm < **, | and tail three beep a ?r? d br"?rr at tbe tlnt?rfh"r "t|i j tore, tbe M>|t e no id hav ? ?!? in*b e to jfi.:U*a k?ir >TLK E ?n>AT, AUGUST 31, 1860. POSTSCRIPT. ynida y, fi\ /. o'ctoi a : v. ARRIVAL OF THE tfllCi TWO DAYS LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. LUDIH OP Tut: (.tRttttr OftV* i\ C4Li?H: The Result of the Royal Conference at Toplitz. HIE VEST PROSPECTS IT GREAT BRIM*. STATE OF THE MARKETS, A* A ?WM 1W<J *H>? The ste?in>ei tp Africa, r*pt. ^hptinou, from Liverpool lSlh andjQueeni'.ovo 19th !oit , arrived at this po: t about half past thee o'clock tfc's morning. On tho CO'.tj iutl. at half part Are P. M., paseed ti e wreck of a schooner on her beam ends, hoih masts a?m tug: tfcc Cra*. part of her cimt, Irancts C., hoiug ail tb t coild bo made out. She be re from Shonecok light N by tV. tweh ' miles distant. The news by '?be A.rica is interesting. TKS TWO SICILIES. Ka*o, A jguat 13,1900. This morni'.'g the Castglla attempted, bet without su: Cias, to capture a Veapohlan steam r. Tbo Fulmiuaute flrod upon the Castlgha. ! jigi niglt tbo Vtrloce d:temba-i.ed nno battalion i{ t?\r balfi an volunteer* in Calabria. The Neapolitans k"} t u > a hrtik fire during half an hour. Scalta'<artillerj baa no', jot left ?ici1y. A Ot'utbrian haa'boic arrrsir.d hero llo baa con leased having received money from Count Aqmla to assassinate Garibaldi. Ttaii, Friday, August IT, l?60. Too 'ijiiiiiow pubkahes a despatch, dated Naples. August 10. staling that the news of Garibaldi's I'smnbarkr. tlon in Calabria was unfounded. I p to the Htb Instant only several inconsideraoie disembarkations had taken nitre at different points. Parts, Ft.day, August 17, U00. The Paint of this evening eonU ns the following dee patch, dated Naples, the lath Inst ?"Tranquility pr.. I alls io the city. Garibaldi la still reconnoltering on the M...i?hun Uutoral. Tranquility still prevails in r?i.>h... I Slid tbC Abl Vi7.XlS. SARDINIA. Tue O n.i/r'iona/I publishes a letter from Turin, hc.vtog the ilgnntnre ofM. Grnndgulllot, commencing a* rrt low8 _..iuly II now entering ibe moat critical and ibc mo*t decline parted of bar regeneration; henceforth the , na-inglecar.tr itlier her ruin or her snlvnttio. glared au abe ii In the path upon whiih abo has been t ',?*i) by the expedition o' Garibaldi, Italy will, wnbin t*-o mttitha, he either free nod completely independent, or Auxtlkn win again reign, and this time from Uesa.ua 10 T rln Albe .otter IbendeUlla the couracof p?ai events, ?ad ?UleaCtb?t.tbc negotiations between Napier and IV. monl were unsuccaanful, by reawm of tiarlbaMfa refusal ar"?tbii ovurna, and on account of (the eathualaam nre.vaiung tbioughout ltnly having parnlyaed tho roes?r?w wbxb Piadmout might olherwtao have taken to n-rvctt further complication. A far* eorraapewd^t of the fnd-prrW-iae nay* ?l^t , from! Turin aisle that 11. RatUzzi'a Joining the Oa. ' cabinet b* become doubtfbl indeed. Thn altuatton If .pe Sardinian mlnlatry beoon?ea;?9 nmbarranaiof that ? rob4bly Dnds great dlfflculty ta recruiting iu urtaeih ' nattoonlitMb of Turin aay U?c -Sardinian gorernment It ended to take part.ln the expedition to Syria, but h-v. nin,Tr.{abed the design, owing to the opponiuonT*??r li e Powers. It Will, therefore, only send some rensc'a of war to P*o??l lut? "* ? rommunicatlon from Turin any* -strong reoommea. dation* ara befog ?*? * <*rlbnMi In . dicti tonal ?o?? * B?rt,n, tantrnsfod by M. Farm I. has nn.irrtaken to mnka tba Itdator comprehend that any attempt at tbe prenent tlmn agalnat the Neapolitan prv nrrr 00 toe main land would ba umw ltlabla, the people ! n d be i?s manifested ffcer wtahci either by the legal j m-it a <>H.the ' eel10"*. OT by rcorral Insurrection, but ap rarity, on the c-ntrary.'o accept the new laatlluttnoa It a 11V 'Mfc'iurnreof previiun raprea. i tattoo, the rei ort g(W. that f'.aiibaldi ban pauwd. AUSTRIA A3D PRDS8IA. (,> Xr I .urns thai nothint vu signed at the interview ' at T J i ?*,ybul{1b?g entered into were coo ' Sign at Mi?*?U.ilatiM> of the Kmpernr of Austria, to a pro ocol drawn op since the no- ttng The Prince K>?-etii and the I rr.pcror fof A1U1 undertake] to bold firmly to gctltor nafctbc Erode ru question, on the ground 01 the treaty of Par s "to prevent, especially, everything that affect ihe ir.:? grityjiifjtbr < A toman implre, and to coaler on this fahirctfwith uic Uahtnct of iondon. In the home question of ,Oertnany, Auelria ban made some mpnrtaut aoncert i n*. particularly In ti e miliUry inea ma. -be engages. ooreover, to make no opposition to the iberai reforms i>ntl#?-l with the 1'rastan policy In the ntrnuiljufl.irs of ih nanny. With r 'card to llaliau'sflalrn, the Prince of ['rurni re cognize' ibal.the po?*e?ai?n of V netla is of real Impor . tance to the Austrian enpirr^hnt he declioee all engage nernia on this head as long aa the Italian movement is resirlrlet to the Ilaitwis lhem??lvra. If. on the othrImnd, n ' rs.gn Power tikee part In II, the Prince regent undrrta .eg to lend Austria the eupport of the Pruevtau force . Latlly. the Prince P.. r ut undertake? to employ all hi? good offlc^f and personal Inlueuoe ?lih the liropcru I gleiander to hr ug ahmt a reumc'Matloo between P.r?> < gad Austria. THE HARVRt! IN GBIAT RRITAIS". The for 7>cmm r<a*Moith? 1Ath inst., ?eye ?> The fesrs ihrut the isrveti are every day becoming 1 , worse. The secounn firm Ireland are ilea ponding an' the potato dyrare in mwy dbtrtet* t? <vopening in v.re , letter Th same r Id c.amp weather which as so lone i prevail 'U line aide of tfca Hi.tend appears u. hav I I hern prr'ty g'Tieral in the a tat t orantrr. Mramie to ! any, r d'and Is the pre I of the felled Kingdom wber, the preepect ? moft cheering. There titer nrtr ally c> mplain of a deOclencv of moisture A frl*nd < f ours, in root.ng fawn l/mdon a doy oe two ha-k through the Tuiil v aiie? lo md the whole country for jerty or fl'ty m ien 'ttidw water. It appearl like one r>e , tace, Ho H Hq were alone vlslhl' Much a nate of th.tgs a the middia of Angu-t w aimm I . "cpoimted. Htlll li would appe?r, IjVBt VbC State of 1 the* corn 'US' *? . thatu.tr |? es.veptlcnal. ror it*' I fir m Uie iuii.-*' fhuthtm and wesUru districts are rompi ratively lavorsold If doubt the corn markii Is pon?i i derahlv influenced hy tic arrivals whlcb are dally coming jr. but tPst we aha!I bare to import largely can scarcely si'mlt pf u itubi. MARKETS. LOtfltN U'lKgT MAAAfcT. logpoa, Auguit I' ? tdsappoir.Intent of the esperta lions of a change to the weather, and the threatening rv'litlcal contingency* on the fkmtlner.t. hav: led to a further decline in the log Hah funds today, Guisolt fur ir> ?ry p< <"1 at IT,'l"V I> P2?,. ao'l rlrw-d *t MX iiartly. For%? account lb* but prior ?u tS'< t. K. IkM k rtnck l?-n .1 at Kb ', to 992 rrtorrt and q?w Tt ter pr Cento, a-Ho if; India 2lfl\ t 21* In . dta Flrr per Onto. |*>?f. rnpra parrr. W ? and to? In I din tw??"? to Itorount; and Frcbo|uar bllln, 81. to i > pimiom. In propotuoo M fi? waathrr a Tee to oar earn fun.! Amrrtran Mcurltlrt ihon yrratrr ttrmnrm. nw op In th? anvtrlpnl,na of Mi *4.re baoinen In brradatnfl* on tin prtoclpnl I In* of rk'lar. , In the d count m?W?t to day there wu a foil dentin' at lb* Au k minim?, nod in the Stock KxcUanut: *l> | uaM Wftt In ia< ri-aAl n-iunnt. rilll MO SET MAMFT. I'Atim, Aafnat Id?a 90 I' M Hia BnnfM baa brentrary nn<l Ituiauniu R. nt?? ctor'd at ill Wc , or I?3. lower than on Tn*day. RICItAMMOK. FP>*? AND CO.'* (IIICULAR iAttkrom., A-ijruat IT, IfO form* ?The :nproT?r...nt mimad laat week bat mt 1 . ' r,;rtti?*r pr'*rrf?? do'inf t > ppra^rt The t?*.|e, rpr W t'm and err >rl*r? heroi bi-m frw operate* at fa i ally ad-nn ' t prior* nf to nrcdn-aJty #li?n, mu * r M arly St COO halo#, ' ,?f to ,| |*r ih on h*t wr k (fnnUt'n'* "f tbr "I-1*')' >n<l ol.'iA'',nlli ?w ? i I f+\ ?<< *in - thf it dally n'oa barn receded * 1 1 10 (00 ' * , r.nd 'I to 4 .It r >w to obfn e the < ttrrn ( rata* of It" week 'Vatt'o d* fcav WW Tr n<, -ad 0 [ERA for. bet hc'ders Nc.cp new llicg tellers at iats rr! much bu?.ne?H ti_a be a done. Curate in fair demaud, aud white CMtu.ua have advanced \d. per !b. Toe qoctat'ons are?Middling itrleans.Ai per lb; do. Mobile, orid.\ do I'plands, 6*,'d. Bk*aw*itvfh.?In tho aarly part of tho week the ? ther waa 8lo, but It aaa since become very unsettled, and to day it has rt tied heavily. The trade re'ea vry firm fleer all articles. Oo Tuesday a large consumptive business waa done in wheat, tet>er'.a!ly old French red, at a general advance ct 3.1. per cental, of oaty wheats, Hew ever, it waa difficult to make sales at higher rate's Flour was Arm, without much doing Indian corn more ;m,uirod for and rather dearer. 32s Ad. being made for mixed At today's market millers from the oountry attended in tonauierable numbers, aud influenced by the weather, bought wheat pretty freely at a further adran-a of 21. to 3d per cental on be?t qualities, and a?out 21. on oaty; new Baltimore red brought in retail 12a. A1., an! white, 13s. p.t 100 lbs. Flour, Ad. to Is. per barrel dear er, with salos to a fair extent. Indian con in good de rniuiu ni jb. [>er quarter over previous raios ire ijunw, Wheal red Western, lis. 2d. to lis. 61 : South" m, lis 9d to 12b.; white, 12b. 6d. to lfc lOtfd per 100 lbs Flour: Philadelphia superfine, 39j to 29s. 6J.; extra Ohi mid Philadelphia, 30k to 32s ; eitja western, 29* to INs tkl. per 196 lbs. Indian com: m ini, 33s. to 63'. 61 ysllow, 33*. 6d. to 34b. ; white, 35s. to 36s 61. per 43 lbs Rttir.?There Is no improvement of demand, ted prices remain unaltered Pork cjutet, without change in value. Bacon sells slowly at former rates. Cheeee tn demand, and good qualities St. to 4s per cwt. dearer. I.trd quiet, the weeks' sales reaching about 60 tons, at 62s to 03s for Bee quality. Tallyw dull, at a decline of fli. to Is. per cwt . and Butchers' Awociatlon may be quoted at 62s. to .' 2s 01 per cwt. M I >ndon also the maiket is flat, olos tog at 61s. to 61e. 6d per cwt. for P. Y. C. iu all posi lions. Rotes ?Common scarce and rather dearer, about 1,600 barrels having been s ?ld at 4s 21. to 4s. 6d per cwt Skkps?There U some speculative enquiry for clover, owing to unfavorable accounts of the gowlug crop, but holders are unwilling to rell eveu ut an advauue of 4*. to 6s per cwt. No change in timothy or Baui seed. PASSENGERS BY THE AFRICA. Fro* Lit ani'ooi,?Stewnahip Africa?Mr and MrsHhroider. Mr Grant and lady, Mrs I >ug and daughter, Mrs MO lone. Mils black. Mr Agaia and man servant, l'r HlnaheM do, Mr Areh'it. lady and aou; Mr lovy Sander, Mr Adolph Vaek, Mr rh a ThAriunie: nnd lady. Mas Ki.m. Mra Burnett and Mr Hy Harke and fri?ud. Mr A K Peddea, Mr T Lslaaa. MrandMra Williamson, Pr llouarbi <1, lady and 4 children, Mias Ho'jacbed, (' BeUiwa lady aud child, Mrs Haugeainci and daughter. Mr Ha'trra'cy, Mr Pergmnn, T Black. Mr McDonald, J Tii-k, Mr Johnson, Mr Bales and lady, T I,acts, lady and child, W Agar, lady and 2 children: J II Marah ikr A ruiioo, Mr Lang. Mr Mruatag, Mr Carter, Mr Holland, Mlaa tllbaoa Id aialrr. Mr Schwartz, lady and sun: Mr Jcltury, Mm Rod, Mrs Piatt. Mlaa Howard, Mr Wi?>d, j|? Miller, Mr Clarkam, Mr Meaktm Mr I'nrkcr. Mr Oltrman. Mr John Boake, Mr Jackaoi,, Mr ARi.laite, Mr Anderaon, Mr Back, H IUidlej, MrGtliaoo, Mr Kelly and wife. Mr Clark. Mr Kttah, lady and Infant; Mr U Hrtau, Mr U Axe. Mr Raul, Mr Cl&rV?>n, Mr Burua. Mr Owtn Mr driwe 1 II II Piatt Mr Jetlarya and two ari-vant* Mr t lanaevonrt, Mr ( Hyllated, Mrt<r<Df>r, Mr Chapman, ady and chilr ; Moaars Henl/, Long. Carpenter, Bentaou, Geo Mt'rbell, Meeim K*Wer t Autltn, Becker. Btrm-h. I toe ram Scott, Von A inim, lira ham, < Mra Jettc.DKS, Mra Mam sr. Mr llausbion. U? Peter Uaa aaroort, Mr John Dnnl ip. Mr Francis Kmc. Mr Grant. Jr. and brother. Mr Talt. Mr Mitch, M' O l'?tL>u u Ife and child: WJ Robell ae-l wife, Mr Uoiraea, Mr Ftaher, Pro* wtlaon and wife, 1 MrUKwIng. Mr Geor*" Kwla* Mr 1 boa Lett la, Mr Itrike, j Mr K Mrnderaon. Mr J Pollock, Mr Duck. Mr Agar, Mr Hew ton, Mr We/tker, James VTHaon?Total 147 I The Royal Confidence Operator. TBK CASK OK HK.Ntlit4 JlfiMU PKDKIJ?THE VICTIMS a OK A PRINCESS ? ANOTHER BATCH Of INTRKKST- 1 m akvtpavitb?mk fl? has b. en nine TEARS IN THE BUSINESS UK IS A NATIVE OK C ne1t TORE AFTER ALL, AND IS bwi bt the ' NAME OK SARAU J. CONEERT, ETC. The case of Renora TVinna Pedro, the bnpua Port ig ipso 1 Prtncaai, Mill occupies tho attention of Juxtlce Connolly. t Yesterday another batch of complainants ap-iosred at j the police court and made aflTtaviU againat the fair f prisoner, charging her with ueing a common impostor t and swindler. Tha soflerers, wbo are chiefly boarding house keepers and livery stable proprietors, claim to have been defrauded out of sums varying from tii to t #100 each. Fort description of tho manner in which e they were done brown we would refer our readerB to the l depositions of tho victims themselves, as follows:? c Mrs. Busan Ramsey, proprietress of the European House, 707 Broadway, deposed?That she knew the \ prisoner, Renora Donna Pedro; that she first knew hor In | month of Beptesaber, UM, ?hm aim came to her bouse | to tako rooms, that the represented hetsc f to be of royal j blond, the daughter of Don l'edro of Portugal, and that i she bad a One piece, which the owned, on f*l?ten Ieland | wblcb sbe propoeed to let I) deponent: ihet deponent a. tually leaeod of her the sail place for *1,000 |>er rear, ! that said Pedro took deponent down to Htaten Island anu j bowed ber a One bouse on tho bill, a short distance from 1 I Vsnderbllt'S land lag, but when deponent desired to go In scd see It, asid Podro objected, under tho rreVnee tbst ' sbe did not with to disturb (bo tenants or occuputa; that It Is tbe bum boose occupied or owned, a* depoqont is informed, by a Mr. Thomas Monroe, m rchant. tbal said Pedro, by Ibis ud several other r -presenta tlona, ru up a bill at deponent's bouse of 8125, and then left without paying lbs same or aujr pari thereof, that she bad horses ud a carriage drtrcn up before the door, which she represented were her'*, avrent the carriage, and that her carriage (U being ropatred. deponent tub seuurntly learned that the h<<rt?s ud oarrlago were blred at the stables of Mr Philbun, lu Kighlb stroel, that a be never oe.nM ascertain that said I'edro ha<1 any property, or was responsible for a dollar: that she lis* taken particular |?in* to ascertain tbe fact, and all that she can bam of her M that she gora Irom place to place in thla city, among boarding house kreperr and livery stable keepers, obtaining credit by telling about the story the bdd itt poaenl, that deponent went with Mr. Van I <-on ud Mr. t.riggs and pointed out the house on ?tat"0 la lain' above rafcrred to. Frederick W. I>eet?rtng, o| ffo 30 Mow t'c t, deposed that he knew tbe persen calling hf"df S-uori Ik>ii?a Ptdro since 1851, tldt the represented to dcpoi.i nt la November of tbat year that she wis the doshier of IKw Ped'o, and waa very wealthy and had several rn'h friend# In New York?such aa A. Ac I moot, .lohn Van Hurra,the Our tar lamily, Ac.: thit she bad retcittaui-s (imu( from ber lather, that by inrli r?pr<eent*ll<" ? atie obtained bom deponent 03CO in money: that ''aid It ire. as a fur Ibcr Inducement to obtain mii! oi'iif), Miilwl tint ahe j owiii d the furnilure of tbe bouse "to lived in at No <14 Seventh street, sod paid for It >1.500 that deponent ! allerwarda nacertained that all tbv above repres n- j la lens were false; tbat the owned uo fun lure: i that ahe never paid said mraaey, sad aa dep >aent ; is tnfortnel and believes, she has no meant of ! any kind: that ber general character is that the j lis w by swindling people, and ha* *o lived j tor *everal t?ars. that iirpcinctt nformed by reliable : pi rm>l tbat raid Pedro was born in Nrw York, and that her name ta Cotikery? 8arah J. Cwikerv?and Iatviw in the neighborhood of forty roars of age that in ls.1 she ' represented to deponent tbat ahe bad allnc nlacon Stalen lac<1. worth >18 000, ud diamonds ud jewelry worth >10 uoo, all prracct* from ber dear lather, who wan the t fmi?rnr of Portugal Martin Philbun stated tbat be knew the prisoner, that she hired horses and carries at the -table known as j i i egan's. No 134 Clinton plaoe, while ahi waa boardtag at the European House. No. 707 lima I way, that de j pojient, who let ber the carriage* *c , tried to oollwt . the hill of said Senora Ikaina Pedro, hut ? enable to . relict I any thing, and upon Inqi.lry finds that tbe ha* no M s of any kind I Th< ma* Munroe, being duly mora, dejvwsd that Mrs. Pt-sar Ramsey fof the F.u'opou House) described to him the house on Ptatcn Island, near Vand-rhdt'a landing a* ' being the oas Senora Isnna Pedro ropri sen ted pi sod I 11 Mr' Ramsey a* her pro*-rty tbet the h > ae asdeaerllied by said Mrs. Ramsey, is owned by deponent, who pur chased the same about a year ago that deponent undery, mis that a man by the name of lal n formerly owned " ssM ra ' *' previous to 'hit it wa* (i*n?l ay g n.?. elm 1 Emerson, who owned II for aereral year* ' ,. r?.?r."r"r;;,'ninn\*j? rr~:i v torm n-Vn. Pedro, tW. ?" PJg?* "J*"1 ">?? ?"* ? pl half, or orcr, from aaid Vau*cr"1" * landing r? Xfn> Marr Acne I'vrann.nf ?' Tw mty arvntb ?rrrt. lU nfponril met tht kery the pr;wnrt; that ihr went Irnit Bt S ?t.? to the. Mr l?rigg r that -O-nrnMo dr" nrnt Cook about the ?' f ??r.?' ' to ?<ac a few days that a. IP,7 .oil near t?w u Mat that the i ad I fine place on sut, ,3 J< Bi gLtoo: that abe Irit bar bouac tor a ' to while rbr waa abeent deponent went to New *ti_# A Pnd lie bei.re of raid Pedro, aa daar ribeil to h"r ' i(. jon.rt marched moat of tatrn faiao t that ahc ti , of ferry perron rhe four d, and at erarjr bonar rhe paean., rat * * <4 Ml ai *rw iff into*, and of the ttaoa * or and Collector for a peraon by the nam' (4 S.uora l*n na Pedro, or of any properly owood or jV*ww-d by any aneh perron. that abe could aoecrta.r. nothing id any rj, petton by that name, or of any property owned j ( or j<we?red be any perron by tliat name that no onr knew of any rueh oarer* that deponent made (JIUffBt reweh and trqnlry all ore? th? neighborhood of New Brighton and ytaUo la laud for lomc perm* who .i1 know raid Pedro, and waa unnblr to find any pcrwon who ' Vtiew rush a perron or who erer knew her that deponent F? found.by the t oltector, that no pert^o of that name a aa 1 ta r a ay i peril t ti.rt town " Mary A itrt'.nger lepoaul that about three year* ago the prlroner eatne to depnoect'a hnuae, at No. ?s Writ W fourteenth rtrect.to remain a few lava tt.at abe re a* n einnl there four weekr tliat abe areeetained afterwardr irl that raid Pedro rame from the fH. Oar main HoU I to her rti borae that the clerk of the fi. (torma'n came to dapo- at' nent'r bocae to collect a board hill of the P? aid I .? unable to rolled lb. aw il.at raid Pelro wont away from deponent'r hnuae with- ,in out paylrg deteeient her bill, which ahe hat neror ml leclcd. Ibal dooouent war unable to collect anything of |(, b<r, and that rbe nerer knew her to bare any property or tneane of any kind. re ffol'atd I. Knight, of N'o #ta Broadway, dej-wel tbat ,tr he war proprfetrr of the fdaotera' Hotel that tn' pr oner, calling briarlf 9cno?a Jvu.t? Ibxlro, um' to h!? h"i?ae about rig mnrthr agr and remained there alv. t two fh( wrekr that rhe brought with her a man and a woman, , .. ml left owing deponent ahoot Mb that abe If a Woman "f whom deponent bar known by repntoflen for rereral y?arr, hot did not know her when rfie ca??e to bta hoope, , . that after he foind out wV> rhe waf. he l i rami 1 ^ |.er, the aatd Pedro, away that be ha* heard of , ? l.rf Pr rrreral yeara, and know* rereral permit* la Vew , ork who bare been twledle.1 ont of meoey, board, Ac , I i.y the 'rid Pedr?. that rhe |r a note-l mi-etof by rep., i?i.m, wlw paya nothing and ha? a dtiing to pay with, r | ar aa deponent know a or hna beM lafhrmed, ai a pneca' i ik'ng aeeord ng to report. I r? The earn rtfU 'inder IfiT'ft ff " at LD. -? - ? - PRICE TWO CENTS. THE PRINCE OF WALES. Baj*i Work- The Beta- Apparent linker Escort of r*o Hundred Jesuit Meets, vtw Bonopolize His Royal Htghne* Tke Prlnre Ifida and Like* the few fork Herald-He Restore* a Veteran Sailor to Hh Rank Royalty in a SawnrfR, Ac* Iprt lkl I)< ?p*ti h Co the Herald. UorrrrM., August 30,1800 The Prince extended liia Lac h me trip yesterday to Catighuawiiga, wh-TO lie was received by the Indians in canoe*, who esoorled'bim op the river. He himself, with the suite, sailed in the boats of the Vaioroua. In firing a salute at the village wue man was killed. The Boston Kuslleers, by Invitation, serenaded the Prince laat evrnirg, and were treated to refreabmonte. To day the Prince has gone to Sberbmoke, a little vilage ninety six miles from here, to receive addraaeca, b it ic returna this evening, when he has promised to attend he People s ball, which, a? the tickets are only on* dolar, including refreshments, and no rules are to be oberred in regard to drcas, will undoubtedly be only quailed by the masked balls of Paris. For the drat tluo he Princo danced with tbo daughter of an American at he grand ball the other night. The fortunate lady wafl he daughter of Conaul General Moor. The Corporation irrworka, including many magnificent pieces, will be disday I'd during the evening. The l*rlnrn is so exhausted by ftligue that n* not only ilopt at the table yesterday, but fell asleep on horseback luring the volunteer review. One day's rest would bo the best entertainment that could he aflorded him. There will be a great time In the legislature which meet* to morrow, on account of the snobbiah manner in ahlrh tome of the members have acted. The Prince was nvited by the legislature, but only two members, namely, lit firs. Cartier and Rose, have been in hka company, and it Quebec. Instead of going to Government House, the eaidence of his hosts, be was kept at the mansion of the Governor General, who has monopolized him to the ex dusion or all the members of the legislature, except .hose who chose to creep in at the back entrances. Tht? Pr inrjk lnfft Wnnf rnnl Ihil mftrnln# aft 1st i special train, coder cbargo of funeral Super to teadcnt dr. Marl In, and after a run of an bour and a half arrived it the town of it Hyacinth, wbero be wae received by .bout flflrrn thousand peoplo. The town was beautifully decorated with fligs and rcbi'B, and a procession paraded in honor of the event, wo hundred Jesuit priests escorted the l'rinoe to the lolicge, wboro be wus preeented with aa addrear, in nglish and French, l>y Ibe Bishop of that diatrict. Ho remained hero about half an hour, and, re-embarkug, weul on to Richmond, a tows of tea thousand in labilants. It was not arranged to stop here, but the icople had made great preparation*, and Mr Martin in. brming the Duke of Newcastle of this, the latter asked ;ho Prince if be could stop, to which bo gave a hearty isscnt. About one thousand people turneil out, and ibe most >eautiful girls tn Car ada docked in from the surrounding ountry. The throng gave him three good hearty Eng icb cheers, the first bo has received in a long time,except m board hi* ship. Proceeding, he * topped at Rromplon Falls, about ten ninutes' distanrc from Richmond, and ninety -one mi iee from Montreal. Here are the largest mwmllla in Qanada. Fifty workmm, noatiy attired in white pants and blue shirts weal through all the operations of sawing, in w.ih'h the Prince seemed deeply Interested. Twentyfour logs were hauled in st a given signal, and In aa Instant perpendicular and circular saws went whin ng around, presenting s novel and beautiful sight. The cortege then proceeded on to Sberbrooke?a place jf about two thousand inhabitants, and the metropolis f tnat d)*tnet. About five thousand people met the *rinre st ths station at two o'clock, formed in proceer'on uid escorted liim to his reaidaace. At the latter place be was escorted to the rcslton. * of Hon a T fl.ll rinunaMI-IU-. ?I 1 - - uncbeon and bold a levee Towards the ctom be waa ircwentcd to Mr. I rltoo, en old and respected clt *en, who vet Flgual Midshipman on the Nelson flag ship at Traflslar Ho waa aubseqeeolly deprived of bta rank for loss f the sloop of war Cunsax at the West India*. Tbe o*m >as one of considerable hardship, and on the Pr.oce being nIorm<>d of the jwrticiilars be restored Mr Felton to his ank 1l the navy. The act (rare groat eat .stunt ion, and ras loudly applauded by tboee preaent. The Prince ?u bis return to tbe station waa scrroanded y an immrnaa crowd, who vehemently cheere-1 him, rhitr the lad.es threw boqi.cU to U.m no raat and U> <a a to altnoet overwhelm hlin. The Pr.acr was drrxsed In pit n clothes, and reoe'vel ddrraaea from tbe various towns .n tba las tern district, nt without making a reply. The town was splendidly domed and the flacst arches erected we hate yet seen, rhile the people were moet enlhaslastic. The Prises inched at Mr Halt's, and then again took earn for (on treat. On the way home be teemed highly pleisod with hia rip, en, >ed hit n-gar, and rend an extract from tbe Iri Ato rep rl of tbe celebration at St. Johns, Newfounduid . n the Ion ion T\ w?, romm.nlag upon the siog-i irtty of the T m> publishing the Inuu't reports In ad anee of Its ?wn special correspondence. The Prince, lie Tbike of Newcastle and Farl St. Oeroatna had n mg mnverration on the subjest. and Gen. Br joe and nrd l.yooa read aloud the reports and editorials on the rtncc froui a late copy of the Bbwalo, mooopoi xlng the aper, much to the annoyance of the rest of the s to, who ere usable to get a look at It. The party arrived at Montreal at half past *i?, and pro r led to the residence ?| ilea. Williams, where they Inetl ia state The pr nee will leave fbr Uttswa to morrow more eg, opp ng at PI Ann.-, Gambia and creavllle, a litre vilgt Of seren hundred inhabitants * COMMOTION. In publish rg yrrterrtay the names and uorupatioos of k e?rr m'ttee appointed to receive the Prince of Wales !a rw York the following inaccuracies occurred ?Horace 'abater, Importer, should have read Horace Webster, of'vsor. No M Islington avenue. Judge Roosevelt, .. . r r.r 4i<ay. was Bet down as a inerrhar.l *l-ad irf a iaojef; and Robi. L. Stuart, ba^ , a igar roirr. roadlng in V ,!th avrnnr, *m not aroordol oltbrr % wtnraa or naldrnrr, Pram * Mall, rditor, urtrad if il l.rb?'. Jaii.rr W Bookmaa, lawrrr, toaidoaoa .No.* ul Tbtrtj fourth ilrrrt, and Joba ft. lortnad of John I. tcra, prm d*ot No. *7 Emi ?irtoooth atrnot. Ifarfti laUlllctac*. (Vmmaler Tboa J Pag?, In rhar(e of I bo arrray ted H oraliao of tbr Parana and trlbntarira of ibo Para* oy ?r, r?i* rta from Roonoa Ayra, undtr data of ]*tb of l 0 4*S*| ?br <aretk baa barn brought rrry aaar to a fc?d a.ran prrnnaatoa 10 OM of bla aaatatarta. or ? i Vn.arv.Wi rotura to Uta I'niWM rutoMat thai > ia? Fag Ofllrar Strlbrarpabbra harr born worirrd fi ""hangbao, Jiar If, if. 01 thr I art India ?'in#drnn, datod ? -4, nrraral .m ' 0 Siooa bta arm ai thorn In tbr Hartfo Haif,ca<ta rtant rltioa roar had hrrn < aptnrod by thr n -iantl t grral a'arm among 'hr (blooar, and an on lira ? m of b'li n<?? with thr lalarior. I*4f?trhf? bar* alao brro rrr ivod from Fag Off",nor ill am Inrnar. commaadlng lb- African aquadroo, datod lata aa .fnnr 80 Mr war lh?o at Waal Biy, Priaoa'a umI at? rr br bad arrlrrd ?,lh htt Sac ahlp. tba Ooa tl tl'B.rii 111* ?3d of .tuaa from fnrto Pray* The air. *l-?.r Mntirf-fto, (-mraaudar Modoa, wm ate la rl n.f ft fd Rut?? a tram frital* Wahaah wan pat la dry rk at tlK Brm klyn Nary Yard '?a lha 2Alh loat. for r? t> It i# not tin- Intention of th? Navy Oepartmer t tit bar rut tor immadtala ara duty, but hara bar ready raff bar aarricea ara ?<a>n moulrad. a* well aa t? pm rt any drear from detect* which may hare occurred riuf hrr I art crntar. TV ('b tad ftatea Nara! Rendrrrooa at Wo. Cbrrry rrt haa rarnmmaDcrd ahipiittn man with mora r'r" ?r n?uid, avery day brtnylnr additional ?tr?ntth to the iitod *?atm rrrelTtVy ahlp Worth ibrollna, the craw of ,ii-h wara f*ret It rad-icad In number* by the draft fbrirdC'' 'row bar to the t'rlt*d ?t?l"f ataam (Virata fbwtar The Rrrohlyir Nary Yafd^a, la conwaj-.ouca,bon t?> aMuma u> muni appearance or artirity and bnrtie. Wnpntor t'nart-lp'fihl T?rm. R hire Hon f?<1|a Boa worth. DWCCiow. At or jt 90 - fl'tavn' Bma. x tf tt# T?t' Ron' f C\U) Mm nod rv? j //ye?naae and a*.apt.oca ^att.e-i, id left with the Spo. htlTarm Ckrt