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PIEVV-Yuh-M rii:?AY,JULY u
AnTgaTisg-aitTS-r?* Auctions see third pi
and California ???amors ?ete ?evcnth.
__ frTttwt aho?l Having th? Ctly duHng tM ?Mti
snoolhseaa saw* ?B* '*"??'* Tat???* saint to tharn bv Im*'
^mi ihwt' aiioroi? ai th?! ru'iilraUoo orftrei, eorm
gpnie* anel N*???u sis opposite Hi? CUy Hall Trie
?sois a awoiS. pajatile to advance
jssgr Tin ! I atom by Un 1
bernia wile l.c iouud in thih morning'?! 1
Imnc. 1 ting if not of absorb?
concequonce. The Spanish government fin
fu twith our?f rt: I
Of Lop?/., I rg< ttii.g th.it c-pionage and
Beeret police do rot form ptltof oar poll
Cftl st ubr-m., The British Ministry have ci
riatj ? lolentVI? mnjorify in the D
Commrns on the Greek (tj^wtfoa. A co
ardly toiien tat bai ?vw?lts*. Qoeea Vial
ria with ?oatita. but did not hurt her. Lot
Napoleon has got his three millions of fran
and can pey i-lT his debts and m like LU
ones. Louis Philipp? is better. Secret S
cietics and conspiracies aro diac .vered
Paris cnil thtowhere. Another Uolofl in pr
pored in Gcrii: I un tho princip
Of Free-TrM?r-, II. DOTOT l? ?Dg it n center.
is rumortd that the approaching ooronatio
of the Kmpeinr of Austria will bo the occt
aion of a generni amuetty. In Itilyall goe
badly. An awful accident has happene?d a
Bennres, btJk : a thousand pornon?? havi
bren killed by tho explosion of a large nirin
t?ty of powder.
?Tbe outward voyage of tho Atlantic wil
be quite ae much the subject of popular dis
CUPf/iori in thin country as anything else con
tained in our dispatch. It is spoken of it
lome detail in another part of this paper
The tarent s. ulamity
Prom tbe Editor.
BvRAt t?e, Tueietday, July 10,18.V).
Tho first news of Gen. Taylor's illness
reached this city last evening; and when 1
law the dispatch of six o'clock, announcin?
that his life was despaired ef, 1 knew thai
the worst was at hand. It was 10 this
morning before his death was known here,
and the general gloom bespoke the common
consciousness of a National disaster. Oui
free School Convention, though large, ha;
been held aa if under a pall, and so must be
to the end.
I never spoke nor wToto to Gen. Taylor,
Dor sought hid acquaintance in any way.
To the cxteiit of my ability and industry, 1
Opposed to the last his selection as the Whig
candidate for President. I believed that his
education and political knowledge were not
Buch as that office required, and that one se
jious consequence of his selection would be
an inflammation of the youthful passion for
Military achievement and renown which is
One of the chief perils of our Republic.
That he was patriotic, brave, upright and
naturally sagacious, 1 did not doubt; that
his heart was generous, kind and true, who
?a? <}....I.,?..U ? Ttttat lio rmi dono bottur as
President than was anticipated is, I think, a
?ery general conviction. Peace to the ashes,
honor to the memory of the juat and good
He bas been taken from us at a fearful
Crisis in our Nation'? history?a crisis which
he was pm;iii'>ticiitly fitted and seemed pro?
videntially designated to brave and master.
For months, disunion has been hatching its
plots in the National Metropolis, and quiet?
ly weaving its traitorous webs over the S juth
and Seiuth-west. There are sixty men to-day
in Congrtss who mean to live under no gov?
ernment not devoted to tho extension and
fortification of Human Slaverv: and. des
pairing of shaping our Government to their
further use, their hearts are ect on the dis?
solution of the Union and the formation of a
Southern Confederacy on its ruins. The
Only man at the mention of whoso name they
quailed wa? Zuchary Taylor. He was their
Chief antagonist no less by instinct than by
position. A slaveholder himself, he yet hel 1
that Slavery could not rightfully be and
Ought not to be extended to new realms. A
?oldier of the Nation through almost his
tob?le active life, knowing himself honored
and beloved by the Nation, he loved the
Vnionwith a fervency and ??nglchoartod
devotion which it is but just to the officers
of our Army and Navy to say is their uni?
versal paseion. Against any array of trea?
son and nullification, he would have poured
Out hia blood *ith joy ; and well the plotters
knew it ! They dreaded more his personal
opposition to their contemplated foray on
Jiew-Mexico than all the force* which the
Government can muster there; they knew
that a Bimple Proclamation bearing his sig?
nature and denouncing the employment of
force against New Mexico by Texas would
paral) zc their efforts to raise troops through?
out tbe South, while to tho New-Mexicana
" Od* inati upon iltnt bugle b>>rn
VrVrte woiUi fivr. tt-.oeitand moo '
That Proclamation I was anxiously anc
hopefully expecting, and would not lonj;
have expected in vain but for this most un
looked-for catastrophe. God is above all
yet to our human apprehension it seems thai
there never was a time since Washington'?
first term when the death of a President
Would have been bo appalling a calamity.?
It will be mtrcy scarcely less than a miracle
if the horrors of civil war shall yet be
Mr. Fillborx is a wise and pare states,
man?cautious, conservative, and devoted to
the public weal. His knowledge of public
affairs is far more extensive and complete
than Gen. Taylor's', his principle? equally
found, Nativoal and beneficent Yet the
different* in power and position between an
elected and a substituted President is im?
?nense ; aad the difficulties of the Presiden
liai Btation Lavo been fearfully increased
ai.d com plicated t.y the chunge. Mon who
dare not wag their tongue? a^iinit Oeo.
Tnylnr will ansnil Mr. Fillovre a-* a traitor
and vote hin impeachment witliin sit. months
fur doing precisely a? they know Gen. Tay?
lor would have done if Ht?ll living. The
Dew PmMwast deserv?-a mu? ?.houM r
the hriinft'lt pympathy and support of every
yatrit, and f'l-pr'oiiilly of every Wtii^. Tint
bfj will no?ily sustain hi? new rcp-msinil
v ell iMewitHd in tbeif tlal
I B the fervent hop? of ovury g'-nerom
heart, as it is that of 11. o.
For t iiliforiiiit.
We f-ha?lieBue TO-MOltK?W MORNING
the XXXlYth number of The Tribune fir
Cafijirnn'n, Oregonemdtie Smdwir? 1
It will contain all the Uteat Foreign and
; Domestic Xews, full particular* of the Dsistali
j of Qen. Taylor, Congrcbsional Proceedings,
Man ?ages and Death?, &o.
Perso? s wishing ?*????? u[ thi" r'?Per wi" PloM0
I. RTC :Ki-older? to dsy topreventdisappoii.toi. al j
Firgle copies, in wrappers ready Cor mailing, six?
pence. _ _
Tb?? tramprcl? of Mrurnnm.
Tbe departure of the stesmer Director, yettcr
d?y, fur tho n?vicatiun erf tbe Ban Ju?n River, in
coLnecticn with the ?tcainer Nicaragua, which wil!
ply upon the la'e of thst narne. mark? the begin
nil g of a u? w e' a in the condition of Central Amer
lea. TI- j'fia'a?iun? for estnbiiahi.ifr a recalar
communication from sea to Bea, are now nearly com
pistad, aiid within a few months part of thecurreut
?bkh BOW floods the Isthmus with it? temimonth
ly tbb sn?3 flow will give new vitality to the decay
tog towns of Nicaragua and 8an Salvador
The first route will be that from 8an Juan on the
Golf sido to the Bay of Ran Juan del 8uron the
l'a? ilic The Director, which is s host of 120 tans
Ijiit'ien si.d calculated to carry 400 pattcnger?, wil'
run from the port of 8an Juan to the Ca?tillo Viejo,
a dittai.ee of M miles. Here ?he will be met by
the Nicaragua, (the quondam Ora? ) which will con"
vcy traveler? to the ancient city of Granada, on
Lake Nicaragua, and within Id miles of the Pacific
Thii route we have already described. Tne car?
riages for tbo latt part of it sre now being made in
Newark, N.J. The elevation to bo overcome by
the roaH is but 1,000 feet. It is probable, however,
thr.t in tie beginning of the ent-rprite the port of
itcalf j > will be mace the terminus of tho line on
the Paeitic aide. Howard A Son? tteamert, at
well as ihoBe of Law's line, em tha Pacific side, will
htrcafter foaeh at Realejo, and the ships of the for?
mer company, en this aide, will run to San Juan,
where tl.cy wil! conduct with the river s'eamersol
the Nicaragua company. It is expected that tbe
line through to San Francisco will be in operation
in about two months, when the voyage to Califor?
nia will be ?hortencd by about six day?.
Tbo next advance on thi? undertaking will bo
tho construction of the Nicaragua Ship Canal,
which it cow in a fair way of being started, at
least. Mr. K. G. fc\i.ir.K, our Charl? to Central
America, who is now iu this City, devoted mu:h
attention to thi? ?ubject duriiig hi? residettog in
Nicaragua. He brings back the m ist complete set
of maps aiid drawings of the ground over which
tho canal will pass that we have ever seen ?
Among these is a panorama of the country be?
tween Lake Monagua and the Paella at Rca'ejo?
a rich, green level of 45 miles in lengtn, the tine
old City of Lc?m scsted smid its gardert, nearly
railway between tho two watort. The elevation
to be overcome is only 73 feet, and the cutting of
this depth would be little more than half a mile in
extent. The preferable route, however, appears
tobe that leaoing northward from Lako M, magua
to the Estero lie al, an saluaiJ m inlet from tbe
Uulf of Fonteca. Here, the line of canal would
be the tame length at the Realejo, while the higher
elevation is but ISO feet Another marked advent
age is, that while tbe harbor of Realejo, tiUMgb. se?
cure, is quite small, the Gulf of Fonteca would
tloat thb navica of the world. Itt entrance from
tie ?e? i? guarded by two lofty volcsnoet Del ween
whi"h rise three island cone? from tbo water,
lesvirg deep chancel? between. Inside of the??
opens the spacious gulf in the center of which?
another volcanic cone?ritet the I?I snd of Ti?ire
about w'oich to much bat been ?aid of late. Tne
? tu&lion of thi? Island, ss commanding tho lineat
harbor of Central America, and the probable ter
militia of the Atlantic snd Pscific Canal, gave it a
political value which w>? perhaps uot generally
The route of tbe canal will soon be permanently
locattd. The ?ebooner enterprise salla from this
ptirt to morrow, for San Juan, carrying out a corps
of Engineers, fourteen in number, at the head of
whom l? Mr. Ciiii.ns, formerly Chief Engineer of
th;?S:?to. The schooner takes out laige supplies
i if provision?, implements, Ac. for the use of tbe
Company. Wo shell await with interest their
repott determining the location of this, the graul?
est enterprise of the age?next to tbe Overland
air Stgi'iiR alto bring? with him a number of
ofdrtwincs of the ancient Indian idols, which he
found on the islands of Zapatero and Moniotombiia,
in the Lake of Managua. The figures are of black
basalt, from six to ten feet in highi, and appear to
be of a t) pe very different from those found by Mr.
Stephen? iu the ruina of Copan. Some of them
were transpoited to Keek-jo, with infinite labor,
and tbere shipped by Mr. B'iuier for the United
State? Two or three of them have already reach
td thit port, and are now on their way to Wash?
ington. A further exploration of the country would
.'rv t loti mar.) ri, h antinoarian treasures, and we
bope Mr. 8<iuitr will find sufficient time, in the in
ter-11 of hit diplomatic labors, to undertake it.
IST The Courier and Enquirer, having ssiJ
thet the drift of the new Prussian Law on the
P. i ?a i? right and it? principle valid, sud having
justified tbe arbitrary auppreaaion of netrtptpera
without Judge or Jury, now charge? u? with f?l?e
bood for finding therein a denial of the great prin?
cipal of the freedom of printing. Tbe Courier is
in'favor o! a law which authorizes every Post
maater to r. fute to transmit any newtpaper whote
opinions do not auit hint or tbe Government that
employ? him, and yet has the assursnee or
the innocet.ee to talk of itself as believing in
or attached to the Libe/ty of the Press I It is
in favor of s law one of whose eaaier provisions
is that a man must pay a considerable sum of
morey before he can be allowed to publish a
paper at all, and yet ?motes from John Mir
ton's Speech for I'..licensed Printing! And not
i --.'liter t with these palpable absurdities it accaaes
The Tribune of being a reckless anarchist, coa
tending fe r license instead of liberty, seeking the
abolition of everything that can check the utter?
ance of licentious and corrupting publications. We
repel thi? sxcuaatioo. What weooateod for is a
principle, what we insist on is Lsw, and Law
foamed for tte protectwn of Liberty, not merely its
regulation , whst we protest agaiutt now ami for
ever is arbitrary and despotic power exercises
among an iotealitreLt people living under the pre
tended guaraiiteee of s free oooatimtioa.
But as Tke Cosvier Baa bad niok in toe oomsre
aeaetea ?f****? ??? u? e>a it aa a??,!.
We ln?the The Dmlf Stmumgtr from the b.tt.m
of our ?ou!., wedelest ?like it. motive, ?d it?
ment or any of it. officer?, we ?h?l! rrae eai
in indication.?a-t the outrage ,BI,.. M ... ne.V
' I-, , are il M ,r"> ,0'>.'', ? of
ti .t wrtTM not the bal, ?"nal, i> It * i oateaaptib a
s elsewhere Tbi?,ba? I
??dcrstmnd ' ^ ,h " :trl P '" c ? n
? ? lyi?* i*-*??? "r'",ro '"' P-bllfl
* , bet la?aHty trota fear?.irr.teful truths,
? ?Join Mi'ton is)', of the 'coming re'-rma.
bi ? Kiip M
f N.toVt.n ar d his. it is ?II right, and we are r.ck
?ess anarchists for rosiga atraryl
AnnnAL asfssTiao or llsosBTlG TKi-soRtra
Co.?At lie At.i-utl Mot DSJ of th?! Magnetic ToL
etrn? 1: Co. held on the 1 lth Ju'y, ?t the C >mpa.ny*?
(111.,', WOllSal M BWa?n, Esq. ?-f Pll.l?'|.-lul|?*>
wa? elt?ted Pr?sident of tho Company.
H. Hart, Treasurer, A E. Corbin, Secretary, an i
Amos Kerdall. B B French, A-8. AbeH, M. Can
by, Joseph Sailor and R. M Hoe, Director!.
The Frti School C >>vrvn i?.?In con?p.
ipicrjce of an inti rrupiiofi of the Wettern tek reap
line, we have no retort of jetteriaja proceeding!
of the Freo School ('?invention at Syracuse;.
ELT' 8ccrctary ClsTTus and Senator Bell aro
both ttrioutly ill at Washinetnn.
iy- We receive?! lo Mail Boatfa of Baltimore
E6I.AI* ? mt NEW-VOR. TRJBUNt.
'1 lo I ablnet.
??i'c\nt ?hrjrtUh t? 7V Tn?unt.
Wa'HiN'. roa 7 ? ?? a, July ?I.
In tbe formation oflh?* new Cabinet it is said
tbat lbs Scrttary of the Home Pepartraent will
hetkkt-nfrom Indiana, probably Hon. Caleb B.
Svmi or Hon. Mr. Thompson. Yoan, $.
Another correipondcnt ?ay? : We learn from
c? ???I authority that thero will be no change in the
Cabinet. Meanwhile, Secretary Cltyton continue?
ill, t).< ugh cot teriou?ly.
The Nomination? brfore the ?-rnntr The Cnb
Inet ( lianitf?, ?V c.
By Bain't Tcityra/iK, cjc usiaU? i.i 7','n Tribuiu.
Wa?iii^gto.*. Tburtdty, June 11.
The ur.conGrmed budget of nomination? before
? be Senate all go back lor the contideration of tho
President. Thcro i* coruequently great concern
among the nominees.
A Penntjlvania Whig delegati >a havo called on
the Prceident in a body, urging the continuance of
Mr Meredith is the Cabinet, hot it Is thought Mr.
Me Ker.non will be too strong for them.
Mr. Collector Maxwell and Mr. Curporation At?
torney Davics are here; also J. P. Kennedy of
Maryland, suppotcd with a hankering for Reverdy
Jeta son's place.
Waahlnaten AUnlra Mr Webster, See. Sec.
By TeU-grnj.h to Th* (YtBtStM rirluimly.
Wajhi.iu ios, TburtJav, July II
Dr. The?. 11. Footo, formerly of the ?iuf.do A I.
verluer, now Charg? to Bogota, will be Editor of
the official organ.
Daniel Webatcr wi'I be Secretary of State, an
less be chsngc? his mind.
Chas. Gibbons of Philadelphia, hit some chance
to be in the Csbinet. Au entire new Cabinet will
be formed. I
Kr o ni hanta Fe?Death of I.lent. Mason, oVr.
Ht. Loen, Taursdty, Jilt 11.
Santa F? dat?e to l?th June, received at St
Louis, leave no doubt that the S'.ato ajvcrnmen^
is organized l.tfore this time. The Klectiou for lito
State took plai-eon the Mill u!t.
Lieut. Mason was drowned on the Bid of May in
the Hin tirande.
The htah li. :iant h?re forwaHel Mrs. Whito'?
child, alive, to the Apache Indiana, in whose hand?
it now it.
The l'ut n. Prlntlaa
Washington, Thursday, July 11.
The contractera will be it ippeii from priotiug,
tomorrow. Some documenta which they bave
print! d are an lustily executed that the work has
hits l>een refused hy the gore: nment. Your?, Ac.
Powder .11111 Kxpleftlon.
Boston, Thursday, Ju'y II.
Whipple-? Powder Mills ?t Exeter, N B. ex
plodul ytstorday, killing instantly Charles It
Smith, whose body was blown into fragment?. The
explosion waa heard 30 milts.
Flir In Hnlilniotr * H I'reatUs-MulcId?
BsLTiMoaa, T'mrslsy, July II.
A fire broke out in this t ity this afternoon, which
ctnaumed three houses on Seotttt.
Tbe Mra -Or leant Picayune confirait the death of
Pit otos en the 1st laat
M. Vigneau.I, Treasurer of the New Orleans
Theater, committed suicide on the 3,1.
DoIbk? ef tbe hiiliiiimrr Illy Caunril
Baltimusb Ttmriiay, July 11.
TI? I'ity Councils passed resolutions to shroud
the City Hall on to morrow, and have agreed to
attend the funeral ol tbe President in a body.
Several Temperance Societies are also going.
A ltrge aaatbat of the military and ol oar citi
MBB will attend the Pr?taient t funeral
Cholera nt Ihr writ and Mosibweat'
The Cholera continue* to rage in Cincinnati
tl.otjch we have no later particulars by mail. At
Naahviile it ia on the increase. On tho Id inst
there were H interments , H of Cholera On tho
3d there were U deatht from Cholera. At the
penitert;ary there had been S deaths, the other
cates, M in number, were convaleacent. On the
aonh tide of the river, in the Bdgefield neighbir
beod, there were thirty odd deatht from the 30th
of June to the 3d of July ; IU to 18 being negroea.
In St. Louis, durirg the week ending Julj J, mere
were N deatha of Cro'ers, The report? of the
Cholera in Chictgosre contradicted by the CLicnfo
Jvurnul of the lith init. which ityi the health of
the city never was better, and there are no cases of
The l'ttt?bvr/rk (?nzette of the 9th ttatet that
? ??vera1 fata) ?????? of Cholera ha I occurred iu that
citj?all strangers who had jus: arrived in tjwa.
Later?By /'<?>,?? ./?*,
NAiHaiiL? Bundty, Jury 7.
The death? by Cholera em Thursdsy, 4th mat
reached ?1, and on jesterdsy 16.
LocitaiLLB, Monday, July S.
A few deaths hare tccurred here from tpun^Jic
CiiacisHATi. Tburcday. July t.
Tbe deaths during the last 24 hour? number 87
including 27 by Cholera.
riTr?s?ao, Ykartday, Jaly 11.
Mr. George W. Sayorg. a highly respectable citi
zenof this city, who returned from M ib le to his
retidtcce here eni Mondsy, died of Cholera this
n orning. Two other fatal cues of Cholera were
reported in Birmingham last night N i cues have
ooi-urrrd among our rendent citi?ene, a1! bave been
brooi ht from below. The city is ooesidered very
Four feet of water in the Hirer aad still falling.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
AKK1VALOF TIM -Tl.tMKB IIIBKRMA
SPLENDID FASSAG: OF TH: ATLANTIC.
Spall Biiittitled with our C?veraincnl.
ASSAI'I.T ON QU?R?1 nCTORIi
liiiiiifcir iVii.^iiriiv ml'mtai.'vso.
Louis .Napoleon's SalHry lufr
AWFl'I. KIPLOSieS IN INDIA.
A THOUSAND PERSONS KILLED !
t\MB BICAH FIMDN <; I l i 1
DECLINE IN BREADSTUFFS.
Date? from Llrrrpnol le Jaae :!!), London
?f>ih, Parla ?Bti
TEIEGIIPIED TO THE TRIBI'N'fi,
Xova Srotiii. Nfw-Brunswifk ft Maine Liues,
AND TI1ENCE OTKR
Bain's Men hauts' l.iue to Jew-York.
BsLirsx TsLFtitsrit Orrict, )
Thursday Morning Juiy II )
The Hiherni? arrived at I o'clock this morning,
tnd ?ailed at 7J o'clock?wind S. K.
The Paasoee of the Atlantic.
The Atlantic ?rrired at Liverpool ?t 4 o clock
Wednesday mon.irg, June 27, making the passage
in 10 days and II hours. She took the wholn town
hy surprise. Her log is published, from which it
appear? that, during the six last dty? of her voy
ace, she accomplished a greater distance than any
otht r steamer afloat ha? ever done. Onthe?lth,
with ?he?d wind, ?he ran 31'i mile? in 24 hours ?
Bbe was advertised to leave on the 10:h iost. and
will contest the race with the Asia, which leave?
for Boston on the 13th.
The psssengers hy tho Atlantic have published
? C?r?1, in which they bettow the highe?t praise to
the tea and other qualifie? of that noble steamer,
and to Cspt. West and his assistant? for their uni
form vigilance and kindness.
The fapaalah (?evernment Exrtted,
It is said that Gen. Narvaex has had a warm
diseuitkn with the Kmbassador of the United
States, in which he expressed the astonishment
and regret of the Spanish Government tint tho
Government of the United State? hail not prevented
the eapeditk n of Lopez from being prepared in
the State?, hut had allowed it to depart with the
object of ?ttackinir Cuba.
It is also reported that the Spanish Minister has
addressed a warm remonstrance to Washington,
embodying the views of the 8panish Government,
and that this note is not written in a very amicable
?.???oit en the Queen.
The chief feature of the news of tbe week it tbe
debate in the House of Common relative to the
policy ?if the Ministry on the Oreck i|uestion, snd
the committing of the cowardly assault on the
(Jueen by a man named Plato, formerly an oilieer
in the Te-nth Dragoon?. The "(Tente wa* commit
ted againit Her Mtjctty in the following manner
Six rtly after 6 o'clock, on Thursday evening. Her
Majesty was leaving Cambridge II >ute iu compa?
ti) With Prince Albert, when fiom among the crowd
astS inliie-il to ?itnet? her departure a man walked
out with a waking ease in his haud and make au
a-sculton the-person of Her Maj'sty. He ?trick
ber On tl < he,-. 1 an 1 fac> i ape Stedlj, but fortunate
Data)] hi? blow? took no effect bajo id ? dem dttioo
o' lu r In.met The Uueeu appeared at the Italian
Opera tl e tame evemn:, ? liere the was grcete 1
?,t( ill. inott loyal and cothuaisttic receptioo_
The miscreant has been taken lato cutto<.'y and
has undergone an extminttion, at trhieh h? a;>
pearr-d perlectly tane, ami it it taid tli.it he bat
baCB living in gioel eloumttauces.
On Monday ntirht Mr. lliebjck brought forward
hi? conrjeiiinatorx mo inn relative to the policy of
the Government on the (ireek ijuetiiou. Au en
'ttirg ?ml very able debate was kept up overy?uc
ceitive sight, with vsned tuccets to both partiel,
till Frid?), when s divition wss ordered, snd re
tulted in a iimjoriij ol M I >r Mimst .-r?, in a II lute
of 564. Tliia v?'te it taid sot to be a fair index of
the state of public feeling iu Englan4, as tha deep
ett ii.triguet tre on bot to compel the pr?tent Mia
ittry to rctign. Lord Palme rtton't speech to Tin
dkattoa td bis COadact i* taid t>> I ave been etpd
cialiy brilliant Aecotdtng to Mr. Giadttoue, from
?be dark of ono day to the ?lawn of an ther day,
he made a giganti? intellectual and physical effort.
Fiapeleon'a wiiirir? Inerr-ated.
The bill lor the lacrea?? of the President? ?al?
ary wii finally vo^ed on, on M ? 'ty. It, in effect,
i-riLti.-m? the demand? made by the Preiident Bad
resisted by the Spe.ial Committee. The mensure
was carried by the same number of a maj ority oi
16 at bave retained the Englith Min ?try in power
for a short time longer. The Presideat's friend,
lie?. Chargtrnier, male a speech on the debate,
which, it ? nd, ?m M brilli?nt, ?s to pnlue
gre?t effect upon the favoring members of the As?
sembly. Oa Mcnisy, in the ConttUutionml, the
President modtstly accpted tbe bill in the name
of the French Ke.ubli??, and himself, a? the un ted
exprearion of the Fren, h will in the appreciatioi
of hi? service?. The Government look upon the
carding of this bill as a great victory, and the
friei-ue of order ara congratulating themselve?
u,,on tbe feeling which ha? been displayed.
The l.rrrU (Jueattea Settled?
Gen. Labi te announced lo the Assembly on
Monday, tbe conclusion of the farorable negj'.ia
tionswi'tb Kokand respecting the Greek affair.
He said, tbe Governme..t of the Bepublic b .pes it
will be ?vident to all that from the first to the last
act of that rorg negrtiation, its cooduct wat only
inspired by the sentiment uf na-ional di^ni'.y, by a
spirit of conciLatioa, an 1 a desire of mai-itauiiog
Thi? communication wu received with oad tp
plat?e on the right. <
The Government h?s citcuvereJ. ?aother secret
society in Pari? Twenty seven persons have been
arrested, and all of them bave proved to be discharg?
ed June insurgent?.
The conspiracy duteovered tt Or?n, in Algier?, it
ttid tu bave bad extensive ramifijatiou?.
In Frai.ce great number? of pe*on? belonging
to ?icret ?ocieUe? in Part? and the province? have
been arrested ,
I ?ale Philippe artter.
Xbc Debatt st?les tb?l lettor? from 81 Leonards
of ?*i Ju"" ?s???*????? ?*?' toe amelwrattoe vrhicfj
had reel ntly manifested lUesi In tue oealib ofL twfli
I.atnartlae gane ta Tarkey.
Lamartine embarked at Marseille? tor th? Rast
on t| a momitm of the 'Jlttiost ?ejoijp?niajd by
hi? lidy. He proposes being back in the month of
General Changan.ier ? on tho most friendly
terms with tie Pre?
Tie' ? -ondrnt reports that it it Int N !?
ed bj the Mu i?try, if thing? go on trnmiley. to try
a'tirtre ptxsrogatioo a tovtoioa of tto] Bsutosjttl
tiffin siente whih wonli r?ciprocit? adven?
ts?^ otK to f -
Tl . Pri ?i!i Dl ofthe !l
- tn-''?y to tha Merajeis sad Ms '
Norrratiby and the diptetaetk e"rps. It it eoaetd
ered th?t its re?! object was to thow ttto w -
that an] toaporarj ctjotoe?? hi t*e >n the t* ?
oriment? hss now passed away.
ffaads ?t a fourth per ? at higher. Fivei e?W
ing st ninetj-foor twenty.
The Parliament ai Rritjrt will meet in Ana-ntt
The idea of a third German T'nionhat been lores11
ly ?vowed, and prop-'ted to be carried in:
by the Gi.vercmer,' of II si ever. It i? the plan of
a NiTth Getmany, to bs Lrnud of Hanover, Olden
bargb, the baa '.ties of tl.ose ?mailer StatJ?thtt
are naturally allied to II aimer Tl.
the alliance '? that of free trade. The movement
of the 8outh German Manufacturer? iu f?vor of
hi>?h pnitatUtg duties, tsi.ctioned by the Pru?tian
Minister i f C mmerce, hat ioduced Hanover to
announce diitinctly the plan of this third league.
There bat been a change, in the Austrian Rep
rcaectation at Berlin, and rumors have ariscu of
new disputes between Prussia and Austria.
The Cholera has Mstopattftjtj at Berlin. Among
many other se izurea of presses, that of the Prussian
Zettung is snnoanced. Ueing a lloya?at and anti
revolutionary journal, i's confiscation excites es
filial remark. The war upon the press is earned
on with the utmost rigor.
M Haatendeg, Chief Minister of Hess Ca??e',
haa been found guilty of embezzling the pub'i:
funds. Another account ?ays he has baou eoavicted
of forgery. _
It it expected that the Emperor will be crowned
in July, when it it taid a general amnesty will be
given to all State Prisoners, or political offenders.
On the authority of the V'tth Zeitung it is stated
that all the officer? who, before the revolution, had
quitted tbe Imperial service and enlisted under tbe
banner of Hungary, and who were afterward con.
demned for so doing, are to bo set at liberty forth
with. Tbe full pardon of several hat already been
The DIlTerr-err. with Praaaln.
Vienna dates of tbe IBtfc ?tat? that Prossia ha?
refute.I to recognize the Frankfort Congress as
the plenary assembly of the German Confedera?
tion, censoring it simoly as a voluntary meeting
of tho It. presentatives of tho German State?. A
Vienna journal conclude? the above announcement
with tbe remark, " Thus ht? Rust?a ?eparated
her?elf from Germany.''
Letter? from Belgrade state that a revolution
agsins. the Turks bad broken out in Bulgaria. The
three Districts within Gurgysoba and Belgrade
are stated to be in open insurrection. The insur
gent? were marching against the Fort of Bel
gradcieza, which contains but a small garrison, but
an immense quantity of munitions of war. Anoth?
er statenient is that the Fort is already in their
tl 111? I Dl K I?. .1.
The Ilussian Army is being gr atly augmented,
hut fur what purpose has not been state 1.
Tbe newt from Cuba still absorb? public atten?
tion. The Minister of Foreign Affairs has sont a
note to the American Plenipoteut try, in which
among Othef t.bitrvations. he says : " The o ml lot
of the foiled St?tes puts one in mind of the habits
of the inhabitants of Barbary."
The Old Mtary.
The position of Rome is still most uuiatidactory
A Congress of Cardinals has been named to discuts
the affairs of the country, and we are told that the
lave been p aced under the Austrian mili
At Naples a frightful accident occarred on the
lath of June. A part of the Grentli?, an immense
eiiifiVe, used a? a barrack for troops, gave way and
ftII, overwhelming 4U0 or .100 person? in the ruin?.
FROM THE EAST.
Tb/oogh the kindnci? of C?pt. Long of tin Hi
lurnia, we have a telegraphic disuatch from Lon?
don of Saturday morning, annoum-ing thd arrivalof
the Overland Mail wiih Bombay date? of-'5th of
At Bennrei upwardi of 1.000 portant have lott
their livt s hy the explosion of a magazine boat
loaded with 3,000 barrels of gunpowder. A whole
fleet of 30 boat? were destroyed, ?nd immense
damtge was also done to the town, near which the
explosion to ik pl?ce
Comm.'iciol advices represent business as very
dull. The season is consi fered closed. No marine
Cotton?The. market closed quiet hot firm. Hal"?, ap
ware??4?*?*?<> eatM, of whicn speculators tug? 2V-*v sad
?itone's il " t
ft. ova- Dun but unchanged In price.
t i. -? v hr.e ts '/ is 6d, atd Yellow 2s r> qiartsr lower.
faovuiimi- t "uicd stork, and IDcrees.il demand fat
bb bluer? at aa ad vanee uf .a p c?L la all oUlar ?eacrip
tioLs tbe rtarket f.ta ?dee lnlo?; tendency.
Lsan?r'alt Ceo arid tt steady ra ea
Carrea S.r?2j demand s< full price?.
F? hat. Jurw2a?Siiwaa-fVtn, nui Ulliedotafi JaaJert
ttSNtag OMUrlIiio of OUllr?.
B o.a. ?No ?les reponed.
f/sa?Greece ?'?> l p?-nr.jr f> Tb iexrnr, and ibe marke:
iraersily ha? an sdvaorrb? teiidsucy
Nitu Simtt Tinsasiaae. nothing dotsg Com con
Pe?Sj .a B? i, 2a M<1 |>ewt. BpirltsTurpa-otlDndalL
Uils? tem uornsigi-d Liuewed bold al Bigber rats?.
Tsli.iw?D'il ?i ?r? for pure
\*OOL? L*'ge bualr.et? ?t ?1 vaeee prie**
Bali - en.rniy aivatced, propileiora ttavlnf combined
l ? BpSeM prtrer?
Utatciisuta B??.K-S0 bid? firtt tort PttlUdaipal? ?old
H tur?tsoihtng doing In Baille
AiHi a- Be!? . delDSlid.
Iso*-Ala rueetiLgof Irocmoccer* It wat resolved to
countue (uniier prietas M ai Sei very dull
?aeicins-Liiue changed, bui iiodeney to d'c?ne.
QuaLii y i f m-ktureu.i-01 goodt eoououe* larga Wolgbt
it testes; rataeo^er? f?llu,g off and raies de unrig
H' m v ti.ait? t a'?.?iy Coosols el?seo ai J ? i.', tor t?
rouDt Bell a Ben uf Lonrlo", re^ ri lest actiaiy lu amer
Ictn aecurltlet. I h ti? 18*1, H3<S.e?, do. 13u7 l?*i; 40,
1167, l'To <*i N?5', i8?O, 97 oh*. OMo 6?, 1&J6, 'Jidljtjj
du, Ibtx BstoltBj BUryacd its ?'i?l la Ctaadt.i, d.s
per Cet-ta, (Jet eoiu es, l?7t. an ea le?. ?tve business ai f)
Tue s?e*.ber eotULurt ezireuiaiy f.vora'ile throagaout
En? ar.d ?xd ara.ee? irum tbe mai.ut?clurlag district* coj
t.Di.e ?a l?'ae '."i>.
Al NuiULs? an. ibe Lace trade bu improved A'. L<<lce*
tar great coiibd. oce la rs^n-M'iJ a? lu fuiuie pruapocu, and
fri tu Leed?, aradf'ird, Halifax and Bocndala, all ine ie .er?
? peak ol full empleiym-ai and ateady ma'tat*. At Mi..
cb??1*', t.u<* e ,er. it -re has ts yel iieen no itnpr..Veiueol
At Uavie tbe Colon ma ttl was active up u> roursds-r,
atan advance? T .Vie) francs on last week's ?at*? Sal**
ou Thai ?day, 2,300 bale*
Brewa Se, Saiadey'? Clreilnr
LtvttrooL.. Jan* M
W? have to reapoet ? favorable ebaig* u? couoa wi s ?i
sdvai r* u> pitee* of 11 p-r lb, eoea-q tea? ?? ?** aar?v r?
bl? acroeai? of Um . rosno, crup? ?y Un? A?t? ?o l aus*
u? Tbe ?ovare* b*? o?eo ?waitl? maintalue* up v? ta*
raoteof 'be ?tail bualoe.?, fin B.U?dUi|( ?S loo? if
?awif?* tf*l bu p t*v>*4 m? ??rtet, *a? the t**"*^
aupuatu?. oc ine ssvi U asalstr? t? n??* ta? dejsaus ne?
v at lbs) qioiailoee, vli ??ir Orleans Ti fa'r U*..
t"pl?M? "' ?? ' *7t pat .? Ta? as-s f.
? ? ? t - - !
wriiMors ? . - . . atarastl? <s*i -,
poi.ieraoit.str... - . a -? ?x watch *Maaa era?ev
. .. ........... at taw parto? ?? .sa^'ui TnaaaT
tshlrktn .... . -an /-arm i s i,aaa,,
m t? it?
T be i .i ii bancs) o(
- - Iim had a Jrpraatia.
Irfurneecn r* (.?. ?? . . , /TV
Ihr wrrk '-Int- on a ?rr*r n ti't?t ?-?Is., wit?,?it aJLw'?,
? ' ' - ? ? '?.-t. f ?< 1 i las C ?ra LawS
'-' q '?'"?' Ti- q .???? r. ?,, i,,.'
.-. . s Mat ssarsei ? '
' " ? ?? -' ? per Obi ?yai,
?i ?? c. ?
rsa?|s>,?Wktrl R ?eos-a, 8-. iiu^,,!1
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Li'?'p..i, N.s y,.,, . , , . : t i is, tata
st... I. >ri, liiuwiKl; Mar* ItorrM Os/i? . - ? i
???r h Ds-aflttsaa, ?prnt-r. H.. - . ?'.?i. M w ??
"""*". -< -, ft-'T Itc'Jir
i. r B'aae? '
i.r.r.?'/..^. ?Wea-T-iewI, g ,Mn W Liwd,-, W.
? " " ' s. I. vr r ,[
i..,~* ir.m Waa? )|kta Jasa W sVa-vern. _.
Tr..i. ? n f?u Mao.. , - , tntl? u,.e?t
? J..*,, s-Trusnt, L?rh was u*
He a'.1 K ??'?"? ? I '"soar?, n??rr, t4'? s Us?,
r *a-.l B - ? . \(i*,t
li tee.r; Vt-(
a?ry? larri?) aid Jitejse
l<av ?, I ? - ' h-r.-re, 00 f?f ,
Peary, do ? ?? - ?' ? <?*.< * ? ? ?? ? ' " l?-s . R? ?,
Heiton; ?aoorie, U r-po.. t , ? ?as, (r^m,,!^
|o? s t . ? ? ? ? "iiiwr; ?ta. earrlrt. Liver*
i?w.a ??? ri^'-t??june .. I ? i
Qot-tBM ?r. ..??, l'un r sa, (>???). ?Vsaeavar, i.i-*'(,>,.i
?jaflt? ?arrteas dot ?M, Caattwtiinr c yd?-, it h, VeiueV
ha- ? ? Nsrwaetl
. ? i .,?? rwaMUa???-.Jastl II <><,',tr,'-e Bordawli)
?? ?ro Cot.deu. Livrrp ?I, Pr'Uii.ete.isl L > douter
iy: PMaiir.pbla, Liverpovi, .re.ft, K'bert B?r."a,d>; tir.
n'i'ii'h lue of vvitht
fkas? y s. ii.hrt...p'..>r, Mette?,frota rtetJ>Tese,tet>ea>
ln? ihroorh ih? Nrrdlr peste/e ran t>osh"-r "n C s?"i m<
rrnai.eo a'.out ? boU'S Wbeu shr cara-* otf wiibout a.S .li?
aren and piccrrded, apptrrnMy witaoul damage
MrsW.lker aid rhiid, Mrs Km.-ulT, Mrs Ward, aj-s
Sumniera. MtssOtl?, M*-?*>< BassSBSstJ, R-ti m(T, Ward,
rjlallaisrss, T'isat, Han y. S.ees.i, Krui-t, Co.oi,
Kln?. Srsrre, Dutnbtiian-!, 8i*npa.-n. frwh n^na.n, Die.
s.u.. Aiiii'slreii. Cohen, Cliaire, Bra, OalS, P?l e.s?> t, il if,
L-wte Tiuvla. Wirrrn, Kr<^te, (V?), l)-pa? H?ri,
Mail, Bui|e>a, lluituti Ashliy, Ha l?ar.?'. ?itru*'. P'ere?,
Reil?IL loavhmy. Perk'ns, Mnrrlwetter, Walter Sa l'rkey,
Bs?an Mrwsr'. Mn t. on.
at Ir M f? *,.*!? r?", i?t| -
ff?" B.k.m Ma Auifiicao Muse-un dehrte ail o?po?ut<is,
Tl,<- ibe? er? ?-?Dime aopr <aeb II ?rhiie ?ui-b peraona u tir
Claike. Mlu Ki.her. Mesara. Hadaway, t|-uklaa Andiewa
Se sano h?ve tmen '?tar?' In el.e lit ?tri on le profetsioa,
Maure m lit ieadm < per?onneica
f?** l.i-'ii't golr* 1? <ric country, and wliMat; tbelr ?ap?
ply if Short, cm fed at J. B MiLi.it'?. ni Canal-tt ?
Lad le*. Miase* ?nd Children's Gsliers, Boots anl Saie??
tbe largest, bsxdsoa est and beat assortment In New-Tort.
We can ?sture cur lady reaJert that they trill Had at ih'.s
rttal>;i?rtDeot a grr al variety of a,i ibe styles now In uat,
whlcb fur neatneis, durability and rbeapne?? cannot be ex.
t"?*" If you with lo mtke your purefcs??? In Dry ilood?
to it to be ?atUfled tret you have laid your money >*l
rtgbt, gtve your patronage to the Me??r?.Towi.?, SI OraotV
tu Ciiiuiniiitti Hall. The whole ttock in tbltexiantiv?e??.
cera has beta teduoJ lo about tha sciuai cos , lu ajsbjj
room for tbelr heavy fall Importation? If you wltk lo tr?
hr??k BtaSBteaS at the tlack leuon of the y*ar, Juatft??
them a call, and make your ?election? from thnlr u?orta*a|
of ?Slit?, Shawl?, Manuilas, Baratea, Printed Misiles aad
Lawns, I.ace Knibroldertea, Parasol?, kc. Vc. and yoasiUi
find out that our advice Is good.
Hoticb ?Astonishing <educUon In th* price? of KifUak
Tbree-ply and Double Ingrain Carpeting, floor Ou CI abs,
Ru?*. Itc. at the celebrated 'cheapen Carpeiln? Mi?l>llat>
ment In the United States, '.?9 Bowery, Uibam AnotttiRi
Those new beautiful Patent Tapeetry Thrma-ply Carpel*
ar* sold ?I mod?rete prices. They positively cannot ft?
found m any other warehouse In ihn country.
Walk tu, Wai * na Von ctn'l help but walk In Bad
buy at Baooas't Boot aod 3boe (emporium, IV) "altoo-ta,
you tee ?e many Boots, Shoes, (Jailers aid BUppeit mat
you never thought of before, and then Mr. B. Is so BjBt
sommodstlng and sell? cbesp.
0/* If you with lo get a U m>i ibai I? ebeap. durable aad
handsome, you cannot do better tbarj call al 41 Corllaud-M.
ander the Me-chsnn' Hotel, where you w.ll fiad t'o?tk
calf ?kin lio.,i? for il IS, uually so d at Si and S7 i dbot?
and Ualtert equally low. THE OOCTClg.
ty The I'lumbb Nallotal Uagunrrean Otilar?, UI
Broadway. The proprietor take? p eaiure In laaltliif it*
puhl'c to examlD* the largest and ns>i?l InierestUg coll?
Ion of Portraits In Ibis country.
Coial? B?HBi?a V hHoina.K, J.1 John street, haw? )"S
received t large lot of ragged Cora! NBgltgS? Cora! Neck,
lares ted Italian ?eed Coral, for tale In original paclags*.
Mew-Yoik, July 6, 18ST. jy?iw
of" Our a**ortme?l of first quality ready-mad* gannsaa
eofnpr1?e? varliHjs new styles, Bmlness sndl Travatlag
Brock?, Sacks, Dreu and frock Coals, Light Overroala,
f anialoons. Vests, Sec.
WM. T. JENNINUS ?i! Broadway,
jtjfl Islf Oooostie the far? fountain
Thrfe Cheers rua the Ari.anTic!?A? will
be teen by reference tu the telegraph di?patch??
from Hali'ss, in another column, the U. t?. Mai'
stetmship Atlantic reached Liverpool at 4 o'clock
on Wednesday morning;, the Mas ult thut mtsjig;
the pattage from this port in ten dayi and na'et*
kovTi t When the news of this splendid perform?
ance [reached Wallet, there wai ?pute an excite
menton Change fora ?h?rt tim ?. Mr. C dlint wat
Bnrroui.ded by a group of c n?ratu'ating friends,
whose satisfaction was fully as itrong ai bit otra.
During tbe latter dayi of her putsge tbe Atlantic
made better time than any ateamer afloat, her b?tl
day's run being 111 miles, against a head ti*""
The Europa, which reached Liverpool tl* oche*
the Sunday morning previous, made tb* "^P IB "?
day? ar.d tteenty hours, which, so far, is her beat trip
between the two ports. The Atlantic bat ran so
close to the greet p???sge made by the ifivt, 'ro!n
Boston to Liverpool, that tbe latter cannot be ??
tosurps's her. The Ana i time, deduction tbe
detention st Halifas, wsa 9 day and IT hours.?
Add 21 hours?the difference between Bottoo and
New-York?and we har 10 dty?, M hin?, or bat
twoboart sbesd of the Atlantic. A?jaia we saf,
three cheers for our gsllant Atlantic I Look oat tor
the neat trip ! _
Thi If a our. 3i Cai.atiirr?Drr.ar?.?The ??>
tiou of tbe Board of Aldermen in settling the City's
account with Dr. Geo. II. Traph .gen, for tbe inval*
eable service? rendered by himself and wife to the
sufferers by the Hagu at, explosion In Februar?
lut, i? attracting considerable attention. Tba
Board have suddenly become tender of the Corpo
ration finacce?, and fear that the tooatl appr pri?
nted for thi? purpo?e will be too large?where?? I
U entirely inadequate to comp?nsate for the ser?
vice? of the partie? in queetioo. Were the Alder
men possessed of conscience? so sen itiv? when a
m?jority cf them vote to throw ?*?y the people ?
fond? on petty object?, which c?n benefit, mu o it
themselves, we should h??r I??? of Te? B ?ora
?quabble?, and 6nd j??t elsirus duly considered.?
As it is, the caprice or private Intoreat of individa.
al member? leem? to b?ve Uken the place of dif
Dified legislation, retardio?; the otherwise u.a.i
moo? ?ction of the Bo?rd. Will not the Finano?
Committee make their report, ?nd ?o end, we hop*
creditably, tbi? concluding chapter in this terrible
cattitrc^be in Hsguest. Humane effort? then
?hou'd not b<- without their reward now.
PoTTta's Fiild ?Tbe Oovernor? of the A'm?
Hihjis ?g?'n or?e np?>n the Common Coanml th?
necessity of providing a suitable location for the
burial of tbe peu pi r dead. Can ?oy A demieo M?
pott pmgreae upon thi? matter? There w?t ??
escursifD up the 800?d some time sio-e,'or tie
poj-se nf vievirg suppaid ely'.b'e. p'? e? aW a
P- tter 1 Field. Wo ht aa this subject will b? ?I
tewM to. and ? tuitab'e ??Id be tacured tfcU