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THE WEEKLY SUN.
8ATURDAT MOItMNO, OCT. , 1859.
Mr OwkV lutmt-M.
Thk fTshlnglon ConitMtMm glveau aome
fMtt ka4 flgw rtXmtnit tlM prewnl einditlm
rVthe Natton! Treasury thus fttresha lowing
tlattaiacitrrof tbaO'Xt annual 1nncll tto
tMOt by tha Secretare of the Ireeeury. The
tlo.ia la th Treasury ,b" " fju 'i JMt
Srut6.808.816 10. 1 h amount rclved during
tiKtfirrt rraarter if tlie neca'jea, ending Sep
tember 90th, ISM, we 2.S.y30.87 46. Th
ctnal raoetpte during I be I brw remaining quer
ttn, coding June 80th, 1M9, wa) tW.59 All
61, nuktrg ft tolftli 70.308 M7 Jl. Thl-ex-cwedslsr.
Coita't estln.aiet In IWmta,. 1858,
bytbataMttf 7b.891 64.
Th) total expenditures, Inc'udlng the In'erasf
ejatb public debt, f.if tb r"cl year ending
Jan 80th, 1859, was 70.0M.4lrt 20 Tn ex
toaordtcftrymttnt wi'bin the command fih
DHBMOt ware Treasury Notes, allien th
Secretary bad right, under ire It, ' '"""
-pravlttuto th first nf Janusry, 1V, moult
ing to fl.000.Wcl, end batei ea t loa t, amount
Im t10.0O0 0OO, nullng in .11 1 t.OOO.fKHJ.
Adding (174.106 01, the excises f receipt over
expenditures, tb vi IlaM rnrane In ib iT-ae-liryonlblst(.f.July,
mD, war (11.171 I0MH.
7hl ba'ariee nwii th Pecreiary estimate
lj 4.110.806 41.
Th CoHrt&ittoH state that th '-l(t from
customs during the moulds tf July, August
and September of tMi yea', Javify th opinion
that tba SrjCretaryV'astlmel of (V! OhO.ihjii
from custom fur tfca fiscal tear ending June
JJOth, 186 , will not only I Teactiat.but exed
cd. The esllma'ed apyro.iriatlons for ths cur.
ttnt fiscal year were (M lGi.fjlk M, and lha
aprt-oirlallont actually nut were (12 HKI.IUKI,
bat In tba ettlmatad apropriatlnna wan an Item of
6.91.600, to aul drhdenclaa In (hx ravanua
ctba Toat Uflica Depaiimont, and which Con
KTs matt !lll prorMa. oliog'ilirr, tlic pra
nt ajjwet of our national linancaa ara rather
D T at ! Jiutlr la Tlah.
11 baaily avtry mall from Utah, we ara
furnlthedwlth renewed evldcncea thai tba Mor
nosa, notwlthatftndlng tba premnce In thwlr Im
mediate lclnlty cf the ITnltml btatea troojm,
do not Intend to iubinlt to the Uwa, but con
llnua to fob and mnrrtei with impuid'y. Tliera
la a wretched condition of thlnga there, the
Jourta are defied and debated in their attempta
to execute tba 1 a.
TbaU. 8. DUtrict Court fur the Third Ja
didal Dbtrlct, the lion. ft. Sisciir, preal.ling,
ft aeema waa opened in the oflice ol the tecretary
for tba Territory, on the 2Mb of Julv, the Mar
pbal being onabie to procure a aultaiilu room for
the Ota of the Court, finding that the Jmlge
waa determined toliolJ the Court, caen if It
ware in the on air, the Church authorities
finally Undrred tbo ate nf a room lu the Council
Houae, which otarfwaa accepted. On the 24in
tt Jul the Court wu duly orgaQized, and a
Grand Jury enpannelod, whereuxn motion
rera filed by two Mormon attorney to quaab.
the array of the Grand Jury, upon the ground
that tbey were not aummoned according to the
fctatute ot tba Territory, which prondoa tliat
tba Grand Jury shall oe'erlected by the County
Clerk. These motion were orerruled by the
Court, and tba Statute declared to be unconsti
tutional. Ibe Grand Jury weie then emphati
cally and pointedly ct'arged upoa their duty.
It aiiifaf that one Dai) Clinton lu been rou
v cted lu tue lnbit Court, of iburder tu tbe Anit
kVTie, and wea tljeu in Jell awwiiua MnU-ncn In
tlt (JbUlU Au ettriupt bad teu wada tt. lutlueuee
thetinuMl Jury ni to lak up ttie ciwe of (lireoa, tm
the around that he bad already Imm.ii tried arid o n
TteUdfortheamnieuiT ooetu tueTnitiataU iurt. But
the Judge (&ikclai expatutid to Uiem that utr
ann'a eniiTtcUon In tbe l'nibtW ()oait wai no more
than aa If be bad bnu trWd h w a J uattoe ot the Tuace,
wheiatfm they rttinid aud loutl a truuhul atfaluat 1
libn, aud be waa er.aUrwd and aoay ai.t fr bin truiU
Tbe day baton) biatrial aa to twgiu, tliraon nju
agrd to eecape fn.m tbr ouatody ol tbe eutinlT, a id
tad not taeu rvrai turtd. The a)wnTaa elected tiy
Monuon vaa. IT be ba not a Mummu MmaWf.
The fimt dTb caae unto tlie ctockot waa at action
Inatltutrd by Faaaaua B. Mu.Nn . agaiuiit llaluH.u
Yorea and otht-ra, fur faJee Unpnanuujeut, In wbk.h
daniagra to the ainnn t of (Ml tmu wore tlaliue I.
MrNaa.waa tmjirlaoiiul tbare duruig tba winter of
isA7-R. and kri t In Iron the wboie tlfue. utxin uo
tber ground tbau that Le wm an American uttaen,
nd nipoMd In arntlmeiit to tba M rnne reta-Ulou.
Un Tueaday nlgtt, the ti of Angunt, MuNaiL waa
brutally aaKaaatnatrd at the door of bt boaiding.
hoiiM by aome unkn.iu it ra. n, aud thia In the
looxt public tboioughfare in the rity. Beue of tbe
Vanitu bad bwn wu luiklng arouud a'l tie after,
noon, aud McNul bad bwu bud that tb"J would
take hla life. Thus the aukt agaluat Uaiuiuu Yooko
OutheSdofAuftiutttlieCiairt proceeded with the
trial of Tuoaae Colhi an, a negro aiare, ludicted for
tlie murder of auothtr elate (Ilooita) but Bprliig. A
jury bad baen etnpaiin. led, ail tlie wituraans, except
one, a colored uiau, eiandiM-d, aud thU oue it waa at
length diaouvered lad Kliaa twebty unlea Uito tho
cuuutnr. A tlrHity waaaeut withaualtat.hUHiut to
arreat (be d famtti g wltiieaa, ant he wai brought
into the city next uay. nut tai.aad from tlie euatony
of tbe ofllocr, and tlie Ju'y bat tu be dlaobarged. Uia
excetie wee effected by the Uunoima.
The next caw waa tl at of tho two afomuma who
bid LerndrtrcUd lutlie ct offoririugaud omuter
lt ng tbe diaft of lue Deputy g artor-Maater l)en
rral at Camp l"l"J J. Joiu Waixara, who, ly acting
aa t na ol the acooniplliea in the forgery, ki pi Doner
a! Jouxmm and UoL OaneaaaK, the tj larter-Mviter
Uneial, dally uifoimed of erriyatep taken b the
iaa all, a aibua d aa a witueaa
Mr. Waixai a addmad a l-tur from Camp Floyd
to Uie judge, atattt g bta readlueHa to obey the uiau
data of the Couit, proridtd that hla hte oould be pio.
tected, but that liunieroua peraona had warnel bPn
not to oouie to tbe vity at be wouid be certalu t tie
euwanlDeted. Ilia J'algr, on ncenuig luo l.ttor.
aumroourd tte Grand Jury tohia ireaiiice and r.ad
tolbimthelet'er. U- thin aaldho wunUl hate Mr.
'WaixACt anveied aud bruugl t tut i C mit In tue ox.
title nT the Mania', under the ailtbiilltT ol the I ul
ted BtaUa, fckaod woe lietlile the man or aet of men
that dare to Uiterfera with bira."
On tba 10th of 'itemW a olvll raw waa called
tin, end It wea en ecu aainat llin. Iliraata the
nutorioua IautU ItaJer on a nnte of baud (or i,
drawn eb.4it firo vara ago, and uujid. lhe
plaliitlff, CutKllB JL Daoaa, bad II nd the
greater part of the tlmt alme the lute waa
uade u. lalifonila, and bad not lial an 0
rxirtunltt Utoie to mioroe )uieiit of Ilm n te.
The riglt to a juty waa waived, avid the Comt
jiruoijaiy reudin-d juitgiut-nt aaiiet IlioauAN.
Boon' afrerwaira, Jimur, who livia 14 lulUa 1mm
thecit)t caioe bitoinlh rouipauy witua frteud by
tbe nam of jni, auddiuiug Uie nlgtt the btuim
wbeie tl ey Uogea ex bn eu i.. n by lie auaa and
hla benii, aud liaowa and Koor were ah.4, the lur.
mar fata ly. and tie la-ur n cleiiiK a 0 sb nmuid
Berveabt 1'iaa, i ( Uottany lot the iaiith lufau
try, t. U. Army, waa tudlckd for an eeult iim
llowaau graw'ta. fiaa, on Auiruat llth, wan a'l
the morning In cuat.jdy of the Btwld In I'm Omit
roc ra, a ailing biatrial. At uuuibe waa a. nt un I. r
guard to the Salt Lake llrni e to g t bla dinner,
where be a at ehi4 by bsm aa. 1'iaa lingered f.ir a
few da) e In gnat agaiy, aud tbuu died, bilvu
waa allowed to racai.
Paring tbe abort eraelon of tlie Court throe ni"n
loettbnrlieeaUiebdtawriiigb) aenure tlioir riijIiU
through the Court; nor la tula a'l tho murder whUU
ware oummltted during that tiiuu.
lasportus frwan llay.l.
TVo ro In rosaIon of Uaj tl hlca to Soptem
jct 10th. Tbey contain full and Interesting
detail of tbe recent attempt to assassinate.
l-reeldeni OArMABJJ nd tbo murder of bU
It appear that tbo rreaUcnt had oxpectod
that th revolution w ould U follow ed by a reac
tion. Theie la kaowo to J et exist La llaytl
party la favor of Boi usvgi-E. Having been tbo
irtliclala of tba ex-Emperor, Us deposition was of
oouaaaaevar blow tj their pecuniary pros
pects, and lby yAsuA with a rty of tUsaallafl
4)d repultiiia-men who, though they took
part U the overthrow of Bocmuejca, areyet
sot content wllh tbe pmem gov.rnmeut-4n a
lOot wblcb bad for Its scope- the asMuiaUun of
jTealdcnt GkFFltakLi and a, esUbUshuwnt ot
new rulers. Tbe following It an aocouut of tbe
ttompted eaaaulnatlon i
Last Batuiday th issiph) were tranquil, and no
ddud apieetd to ttaiule our political buretuu. Sud. '
denly, about i ue o'clock, a ruiuur waa circulated that
the Oetterwl Faorum had been dtloctod aa tha bead
of a conejarecy agslnet tbe govsruujt-ut, aud that ht
waa ta be ImnttdM-'y takea ta a vossd u be scut off
ln exllei tbla wapedlly . All I theelUxen. hem
themselve Ola guard, reedy tJ defend tbe oldef
echo praeidea over tba dratlnke of their country.
At about erven o'clock a double deteuatiuu wa
beard uear tbe BL Joaeiai'a gats, and am after
another from the opposite aide. BuddeuJy every
heart waa tUcd with Ladlgoation I in every quaiter
tt waa rumtawd that tia daughter of tba rrveident
bad fun beaa assassinaUd I
This frtghtfnl crtm wa exieutrd by thia Infernal
woaautaetton of eotuniralore. In assasslnattug th
t"gUar tbey tbw.14 vUt the dlsVaekd bther
wonM bare baatoned to the bloody eoene, and they
had eniboanulee arranged on tbeweyfnea which
tiny would Are at tl.e Hreaidrnl aa he turrted by, and
then lb villain would bare bad full power to aelse
the rapt ai d erieatiiruln the wtwee onuntry.
Tbe artborttlea ehowwd their enegy In artwutleg
a nomWr of ainrrl peraona, but rethlng baa yet
tramp ree from lb" InTe'dliretl' t-e eo far man.
1 be President baa taed th following nrocli
mailoti In relation to the rerolutiuoary move
lUytianei 1 waar f aomtUma thlaw
a4iacy waaeicretiy fiatnrd t itmube the erUMIat -
dorfrtif things liirtM pmflt if tleaa who eren4
aati.ftid wrth anything. I knjw that thr (1 nerai
Otouii r.rMiTa, hiibsito my faithful ooti a.llrr,
t ad to far foiyeten hmi'Wif aa t ser unHer !..
laiiw r ol the feutii, tnit I oow r J these In'riKiiea
In sllener. Itartnir r.l t.lnert rwi'iisit t""" ' """
leTrcieireriidlonitoJuatW', b .1 I dl waauil. to
diut,vsti tn 'h.a .maam-.fro". the moderation
aht.4 I bate hitherto ehoa d, awl hndiug in me
bsnd I the pr.rf Hie e oiaM Ity of Ocnaral
rrainirra itin t !' wgeaHin, I ba neeer.
lltaa,ronarlili I" bla llam. diate eti.Ul katir i.
aaitlen. I lu raapl of Die tlfi ta if tha fao
lloiia, th lib roet elll let lie tpaib'ed, foe the
I. i h. al.o hate ei ffi r.d mi rum h from the acta iif
rl s an I It mis. nra JlHetenfnn aiyai mpa.mnsn
.a, t cit an w, and will n4 t further dtCeleod tiy
llelr trraibriaia piondsea.
Vbatt e'rerenrli a me aatbe oaiiiter has H eti
dilivered fiien, la it avalmit t a oew a'' r itneiii ai
int1eiae aui a1.tiltijlliifrl, that kbey de'e bi
'iimi aitih proecbtf la It at thatnitii'M when
tiampitlity rriima, eornnierce and ludurtry f sirlali,
ana wot net ti rftoita taken tor tne luhloifrenl l
en to show their ta-i-rie a. reaiita, tbal tlii-w oin
aiilratiira rtaie to con blue aKalnat my goviriinontf
Ai-n what are their true neitivi a t To rKaln their
fiimet a4iliiaaudcnrlaitheni.eeifnHii the bsl
of tie sole.
Ilajtana, ymr g'l aenee wifl declda In egaH
t'lile-i aitirrptaairatiiat triecoiintry 1 have made
eura nil aacnsera if n y wrHirwIed cm
cl eirnn aud nry euffi rinira. That history may ii"t
na.emy ro'sieiMHin a repmaen to run,
ckclibn to wield tlie swoed iif law.
tllvir. at tie Sat una1 Peace of pi rt au Tiiaoe,
rliiiUr 1, l.
A couticil of the hecretarle of Htaia and other
officials hate also addressed a proclamation to
the Ilaj tlans. In wlkh tbey etlgma'lie the late
crime aa a blot upon the beautiful revolution of
Ikoft," and nrge the people to unite In uKrt
of lhe itotcniment and to Console with their
tympaihle the lietrairxl father and famllr who
havesuAVred so never el;- la tbe assassination of
their cherished relative.
Arrival ef Ike Slaeea Taylor
The California new by tbe arrival of lhe '
Moer lay lor, at about one o'clock Tuesday
morning, had been anticipated by the overland
Us(tche reotlved by telegraph.
At 1'anama, the grate digging excitement Lu
nearly aicd out. There are not more than one
hundred etrangers now In the whole province if
Chiriipil, and these are waiting fur tbe dry sea
son, In order to prospect wlih greater ftcill.y.
Mr. 1'oweit, one of the editor f the Star uml
JltralJ, hrrn, baa Just relumed from the huacas.
je makia alow estimate of tba quantity of
goldi n Images already secured, and girea the
following iiiformalloii, obi allied Uo tbe pnt.
Fiian tbe moat careful Invtatlgstion, and after
duly wilgbing al tho vvldaooe It waaisamole t lob
tam, it ai ara that up to tbe rrtfc nt tune almut 400
ptAii 0 welirht Of gmai n lmsrea have been obtained
Iroui Ibagravra I but taking lut anouunt the amount
ot cipsr with which aome of tuera ars alloyed, it
may i fairly tstunated that 8n pounds pure g ld
repiiwrnla Uie etll-o tinantit). Ca'culatlng the
v.lue at t'.M s-r Ksitid,thU woud give the aum
in 7!VisMi, anJ aa it Is geuerally edmittel that
duilnir tlie mniith is July at leat I ft N laraoue
weie at work at llugabiia, this reprmauta lha lab r
I 4ttooo irersiNis, with au avorarre gaiutiia'h
of $1 tl, or deducting Wto. for the valua i thnlr le
ts r, or l 11 1 but from this cacinatioti nobiferenoe
cau lie drawn, at wlille some obtained larva ia uiti
tiee, otliera wore entirely uiiaucceaaful. We bare n 4
taken Into calculation the great espenaa to which
many ua.His were put to reach the kioatlty and re
turn mumin tii their luimea. whuth. at a low eatiniata.
I n av Iw eel down at o uvu r ao tnal laaiug ail lliaaa
liunga luto neuuuenMlon, u weviaenr inai loacnauo e
of euoooaa are not In proimrtioa to tbe rlek of failure,
and that aoy nian In steady employment, or cab!e
o gainliig a llvi llhoul elaewbere, can do J'lat aa well
as by grave digging In CtilrlquL
Tbe number of foreigner bow In Chirtq'it. attract d
there by the gold dlaoovertee, la probably ilttls abort of
oue biu dred, and up ti tbe end ol Autrurt, it may be
aafvly aaid that their milted fimlings In tlie huaoat do
niasmouutWt-Vsi; nevertbnleaa they do n eotb
plaln, and eomo have rcailved to c mt'.uue tholr ex
plorettotia, while ".l.era bare mads erranfrem-nta for
rr turning In the dry araaun. In May last, whin the
(loverument cenaue was taken, there were vaaidint
In the tNiiartm ut (chufly In or about David) IT
fr rebchroell, in Italians, a'l ueruiana, as epaiuaroa, a
An erwaua and a ngUabmni nniet uf tb-ae airsoua
a e viigsgi d lu bueu.eee, ouie ana euecbtnlca, awl a
few agrtcuturlBla. The sntlra p pulatlou of Da
i vid numlare alwut ft KOI), moat of whom ae
from idher U of the Keisilillo. rne town
Itfiell la ia reoent louiuiatioii, ana not meuy tear
ego toi alsted liut 4 a few eaiie huta. It
now ei nlaliie a nmulier of wul .built hiHimia,
arid we I otic d 'a ooualderable lniieivenieut since
our bvt vlelt thire In IW. There la a gisid
bob I, ke t by a Freuohman, where lsrd and lodg
ing ran 1st olitalned at l at) a day. II iree bin va
ries from 40 cents to HO cents a day II maa rent la
tvsiromeuceiitairiuoeiiiaauay iiaia rent ta I
nasonable,tsit, owing to the gisd dwaiTarkia, baa
advanced at bast lis) ir p. nt. Oosl beef eolla ila
to awe. i.er tmund. and t4her lirovbtloua In lironoi
tlom Ijibor la woith 4 rea'a ier day aud found, or
o reala without bsid, tint It la very acsree, aud
Ln time of baivtst can scarcely tie olitalned, aa
every one hss bl own little plantation to attend
to. The tlcbiieaa of still and tlie variety of
ttmifiature obtainable on tbe elope of the
volcaurs from the region is lma to tliat of tbe oak,
otttr great biduoi meuu ta the as rtcultarlst, and al
raily a lame Ueiman lii.inlgratli.il fnau Texas ia
abisit toatttle In thia country. Com planted In
Mardi and Reitrmber Lt barvrstad wttblu tbiee
luoi tbaand gtra an enormotia rvtura; the sugar
cane growe to an Immen-a sUo, with Jotnta nine
Incl.ia loug and three It dies In clrcumfemnoe, hx
ecllent toTstpco La cullvsO-ii, and the ci.Hoe-lrte
thrive w ell i but bltle I eiiltkvab d o but to the a ant
of lalsir. It Is calculated that cutlou will )luld hvs
tin rs ea turn h aa lu Texas, aud a number of expert
eneod l.ern aLS are als ut to f inn jilantatloua, from
wbkh tlicy exjsct tbe last results.
1'air optiik Amfrk'Ah IxtrrrTOTE Tbe Farj
of tbe American IntUtute opened ou th S7tb,t Paine
Garden, and waa very will attended for the Bret day.
The stock on exhibition la quite large, aud apjwa'e
to be arranged, a IVLV1 yet cimpluted, with consid
erable tuete. Tbe prluiljial eutrauce I In tbo ball
fum-crly used for couixrt and danolng, aud now
the place where the most Important patta of the ex
LlUtiou a-e to be found. On mU-rlng tho large d tor,
aud turning to the left, tho unit object which strike
tlie re 1 a pyramid of bottha, laboloj "Bpeers,
put oldcrlierry wine," and beside the pyramid, with
an open bottle In his band, aud an inviting sinlle on
his roubbntner, stands Mr, Briua himself, tipa
listing to the crosd aruutd him on tbo merit of bla
itally gi.d wine. Iltinud hbu stand a number of
glass lasrs, and Jars fillid w itli ooal oils of vail ma
kinds, a couple of laiope fid by tliem, glthig a clear,
atrady, white licit. Pausing the stairs whlih an
tend to the accord story at thia Jsiliit, we
coite to a rplrudld luah of crystal of F nil rilnt o of
Potssb, made I y Messrs. Cot ta It Son, of Nnwark,
N. .1. lt Is over three bwt lu height, by a f.s.t aud a
lalt lu thickness, aud Is of abtautllul straw color.
Fan xhii ss, tl e Phuh grapher, makesa viry nuu dis
p'ay of piiturea. taaNW, also, hat a large and good
att ttnant it 4. tunts, plain aud oo'ortd.lo tlie centre
of Vthlih hang a huge oil portrait of Major Tu.
mskx. Ist in Kit iisbiis exhibits a good luarbltlbut
of ImuiCooibb. Atcry u.aiaiiuaiira.1 vsmjwo.
lecture ft aine Is tliat exbiblttd by Mr, 8. II. I bstt,
r-.i... . ,.u. -,.n,-. i-wwh nuta Ao. A
uwuMieii m .iu..v, -, ,
lutistaiK of puie
large case, filli d with beautiful butterBlca, so finely
modeled Ui augar aa t bo with diftioulty dlstlogulsa
ed from the original, la exhibited by Messia. Braeo
tlla A ratuxxs. Thry are made by a Uermaa,
lumied lJ:tAan Yibout, Further ou la a magnifi
cent eburch a tar, can id la Florentine marble, lit
J'nd this, estrdsy, the back part of tlie room wa
aclataof railnadcar scuts, pstjut baby Jumi sirs,
4r , which will to-day he all laood hi ord.r. Borne
very beautiful flowers, Una, are txldbltod by Ml
KATiWuiTkcaw 11, fl, Noawtit cxLlbtti a large
aaaortment of India llubbcr Ooojs, embracing almost
vcrvtblng, excel revolver. A Parrauue Caudle
Co, oxhlblt a large stock of beautifully clear rand
and two balf-llfe Ue bust in rarranue. Ths seme
firm of cceJectioIier whocxldbU the butterfUea before
mentioned, Uv alao on exhibition a large case oou
Theacenalaoffourbouaca, and lu front of lUema
Bxir or more figure, of men, em about thm lueh
ea high, engaged aa cartmen, muslclaus, Bremen
etc Teasing a fine case of aheUa, a Urge eseortuieul
ofcuUeryc4-eU.lJe,.Ue and tteacrlptloua, . o
the produoloiiauf tan genius of a florist and a den
tlst.w notloe a case of fancy woi k Lu mother-of-pearl,
made by 0. II. Lame, aud reared high beside It, two
1 large taw rftlegiutphtcd ware, from the Maubat.
tea Pius Co,1 esUbll iiment. Jlctuinlug up the
long aisle, w las a icon of glittering display
of bra arm, brass w.irks, at mo-ware aud pot
tery, etc., and a fine can of triple renuud crya"
of the elands round which the ladles prtuitpatly con
gregate, and wbeta their votcee are eoustantly beard
rattling on In a busy atraUt of adslratloo, Is the ex.
bibltlou of Ualr Coral work by Mr. Jons FtBfuus
Xa the case are acore t f differently al.pul st4s g
balrwelry, of red, while aud black, all ao finely
.WkedMtOWlu uidHIVal adudratWu, A Vsmphj
ten 'net bloti I aa Uen mntt to grAinr o'a rpred
gue,aidmi II are flaming eewrtkmi of the adkwlte,
ertf aln14e, nee rfibs Ae without preperatlon.
ATrryfine caie cf bMs l alioanly Mr Jooa 8.
Bru, Tatlde uMat. In tlie upper story of fie bulli
ng Mr. A If. Oonira eablblla a ery pretty g-a
tianirnglne,aniinilrofrellc of the Crystal Pa!
" hnn,ann maaniue. ? ..., r W,,lng determinate hae ret bem heard with ref
Uiger an any yrt pe-adid nnltaraidway, dangle I w, Dce M tbe fate of Mr. f a Mocrnau orbl eim-
fa.ru I1 it-Hl"g Leaving tbe buldlng, and enter
ing lee yard or garden, we find that a Urge tent bat
been e reeled otr if, dlteet'y In the centr of which,
oft a fountain, la the ntuslo stand, around the mneto
stand runs a fin br-wl prornenal-, out.l la of which
la a double fabl even J wllh fliwers .-.,lt, Ac.
Bon.e lsutuiil dstillss are extJMtud by l.
R. Ilktrsra, of B'lwlllyn TarV, who hat
also mctcd a very pitty fiota' da gn, mvla for
Mr Rimaai-Ma, of Fordharo, aod rahera. lie
ti eo the tent and tl e Imlldlng stan-la a be.tutifiiliy
laiht.d hi carriage f.r II Cn,N),M. It la
lac d on ex) Ibtti m by the painter, Mr. 8. VT. raaa
aail. Tbr back of the ard, which la covtrod by a
neil. Is, at yi I, In a cban of niac'jinery. I.xmno
tlvta and stationary eigtina, luring, sawing and
mnitloliig n.acMiiM, itc , are ail yet In the Cnnfjalon
bed titujion Hirnlng.da), but ill In a f dijs
crrrsnid with tlie eurrourallng dlaplay, wLUh U
fine. Pi a steam plow, ao Img irofnleHd, has. If
Is at.bd, arrlvid at tlie (I l Klnr K. It. depot,
In t Is not yet ine'lillnt'ou. Tlie flulshlng bslchm
a-e Just btlig sitoo the Fair dlsp'ay, ami, at wet
a eaaouid b Ibe amillng Been t try, Mr. C'utaaita,
ilwili ! a i rigi t In a day or to, sir."
vn seal c.traak sso uoatiuciTuaii. ma
These braoehoa ia the Anieticai Inst tuto Talr
womd up ytrtetdey, the ethlhtir removing their
! arliclea, atiV, fruit, Ac , cordrary to the experta-
thai of tbe uli la, who hal relied on the d-vlsii 1 of
tbe IHiectore to eontluue It ui III V7ndnelay (to
I dy. At2o'clk P. M yi aterday, the Lad In tte
I Tlilrd Airnun llmlillr.g, whi ra the It ntien't ira' K
blbltloiit.k plaiw, waa entirely dcaertiel, save tha
pnseuceia'twoor tlineof Hie ixhlUbir whiwere
there ackli g fiuHa, Ac for removal.
Ilaioi ton Park, that part on wh eh the sbeda fir
horses, cat! e, Ac, hal laxn erei-ted, reviuba I a do
aerbl Irani lard The t k heving b en, with tarn
eiortitlnna, all renmveil.
The .4ur shed enrtod ti elin'tir ISs affnou'tiirat
In plel lexita, eh ..I U ml nh'y ' plows, aud at
'! nm wagon.
Tln oiilj tl.liiu woithy of mtice, yesterday, wat
Ilia eshihitlim end Iria'a of sied of sad lie bi.ra.-e
ami r.adst ra Alssitt'.r hundred or fmir hundred
rOD4il) altuoss.il It. Tbeie were Let tlmn Af
ty ladles pis., r.t. Tbe entries aud c nnprtitora were
ellin, ii. 4 so mm b in qua Ity at lu quantity.
The itinera and most h-aibful saddle horse
were, 1st, a ly mare oared by Piuttp l.rmo, of
VTret F amis a bay'sU'iton " lls-wan." full blond,
owned by J. II. Coaawnx, of North Helleville,
N. J. Theaa hiawaa oomp ted fluely for th
trtse, tu nolaaura of the enlma. favoring
.VMo'e lay mare, wboae aott in waa m art apleu Isl
aurleasy There were thirteen entneaot sad tlehorww
f.t ci etlUon for tbe eui, aud only two or three
failed to appear.
Imp tixin Waiui IIomkiii Car. Coro
ner Scitiaer held an Inpiest 1 burs lay at the Bl tth
rndnrt Ibsue, upon the body of the unknown man
who was ft und murdered lu tlie aiiaitment of JiAf
II. DriustaiN, over Canwa' gnsiery, corner of Worth !
.. a u i oi - r,,.,ui n.
Urulend Mission Place, on Tuesday night, The
evldi nee i the women who tcnpled tbe room, and
Mr. Ilssjmis, went to throw suspicion en two men,
n.nn il I'aTsux Faxanx and Btlh Jos, and the
itiry rrtidt red a verdict aoeordingly. Dtlow will b4
loimd a re.it of IhaerM.ncsl
Jrsia IIbsbt "lnJtau drHad I am a painter,
and live over Mr. Ceowse grociryi labrlr I have
nade a living by selling valwtsat a stand by Ibe
Cltv Hall Park i ou Tuwtay u o-nlng I want to my
stand almot 8 o'ol.k, and retiiraed boioe alsrnt 1 a
to dbinerr Jan ftssuroen, wbo lias kept fcuase fur
n e etsiut two we ke, aud a wtaoaa namsd Loot,
weie tba only pemous in tha ruomi while I wat eat
ing tbe decreet d came In aud sat down; he a.Umsa
rd Us couveisatlon to Lror, aud I left him ta klug
wltb her) neither wa intoxicated at that time) I re
tun rd home to supper about f o'o'ockj and fouod
my door linked; I started to go dowu stairs, when I
saw a man at the window of my mora. Just la the act
ot Jumping out! be aaw me aud dodged t.eom tbe
niau wore a red shirt aud cap, aud 1 1 nought I recog
1.1st d blrn to bo a uiau named "Hili Josss," whom
1 had often eoen loumilng about ths eorner store! I
went lut ) t store aud aaked Rrnowav, ths clerk,
to come up statta, as there waa a mn la my
rtsim and Uie door wae locked agalnat m-t bs eo n-
tlled, at d we fouud the door oput a Utile tt Uiaa
y ti Jd me that a maa had o me out of my too u,and
bad gone down the batk way; I aaw no one In the
nssu wheu 1 entered exoeiit Jas Baaorrian, wboan-
feiand to be very much tn llqiior.theie were two nnds
n the loom, and Jssa was rising f ohu tbe tew ueart
the tlre-placeildidnit sttikea light, but I askod
Jss tbe leasoit the disties wrrs lea wa.be.1. aud tne
mo'uetee was ninnlng over the flo-w; ehe reiilleit, but
I did nt exactly unoerstan't what she aald, 1 then
went down to my stand at th Park, which 1 La I left
bi charge of a bov. Hacked up my things, and went
l-tk b-mw , ,, ,,00, ,a jA.,n tbensi-n.
bt d,in4 remcmUr If Ibera waa a Ught there, ilf t
., ,wt the w.n.u sbssl by tbe ld n which Jsst
l-jin i.i-- -.nverslnir bw.tner. but I did not
bear what was said; I began to reproach Jar. for
lisvlug tha iiM.iu lu such edla.ideilj o aidltl si, aud
allowing a irtv to omiie m there t. get drunk: at I
was tieaking, a ourur maa named Fjiwabv, w ho I a
clerk In the stom, came Into the nsnn, end said, trie. It was blowing quit, a gale at tbe time, and when laaw him a few daye ago Le lookel quite Ual
"don't talk to her, but ctwie d.rwn etalrai" ke and I the hslln.ii etruck the tree with such force aa to ' thy, and waa tealiy hvely. He had visited up ami
went ttgtther tothe Uutchmaa'B gntcery et ire, at the
rotnr ul 1'aik trvtt, clisst ny, w sere we reiuaneii
about ten minutes, cieivrrsing of the mkoonduct of
the woimni by this tluir, I discovered that the wo.
mcu were runnlcg atsnit in my ruan wiui a ngiit; I
went torny rtsim sod fuunda ieau lying uism the
btd. wl 4 b I usual v ocvuiiietl inraelf. I turned him
I turned hlra
over, and aaw that there was blond upon bla facet I
lmmudlab.lv wt tit down t task Mr. Ison and Mr,
luimwav. the It.iuor dialers d two stairs, to c sue un
buoy room; I thouglit that tlie mail must be very
drui V or dt-ad. thev oaiue un stairs and saw that
waaadrad man, wbereunou I was sent to hunt up
au officer! I could not find any policemen; subse.
qui nt'y a poilcemau lame, ana itu taacu up to tu
Jss Ilasi rosn, examined fltld that ah lived at
the mtr of Wurtbeud Litt.e Water struts, up
Italia, with an au named Bssjsuin, At It o'clock,
ou tbe dsy of Hie mudt r, Hsnjamin came home ft
dinner, and at that timedooraied waa In the ro.su;
lie liad Just cuuie In a few moments before Usvjaiiiji.
Tho titer ast d gave her a tl bill, which she got c hang
ed down a-alrs. and fur which gin waa procured
1 he j dtank a very large amount of gin. When aha
gi t the tliat piut or gin, there were PaTitt a Fa
bill, l.l or, JoerjiiiNs, and deceased la the room,
1 hey were all drinking giu. They also bat a quarrel.
She ttbewltutaa) waa ntehe1 Into tue Dod by Par
Fsamu-L, and Psv tore a'l bcr clutilng fiom brr, and
put bla hand on hurmuiitB, Toe tloceajte I retuou
strstrtl with PaTBtra Faaasi L, but I'sT iiullcd, hsul
id, leatand a'jusedthe witness in bed; Usiutuia
came to tbe door, v. hub was fa-tcued Toxxs, (the
led-ahirtcd man) having faetcni d it at tbe time ; Pat
thrvw Ler alsiut in bod, wbl t lltHJautu went d twu
stairs i PsTsnl Jusrs left the room bv sbaikssri
I Josra firat all uqlitl togoout thnsigh the wltidoe;
i when In warns an I ll.e chrk ianie in, IIssjsmin
asked ber what that man was d ilutlieref iiwaulsg
the tleatl men that was l)tng lu IshIi ahe replied,
"What insu I" she l.s.1 fnrgotten thai he wat there
alien the deceased was thus discovered, otly Luoy
nod bcreelf were In the room I shortly afuirwaids
tiny, Inv, JiKBiauiB, IlBitJ.Mis aisl herself war
arrrfttd. tlhe was very ronsldrrahly intixical si, sul
l a I Iss-n sli-es and she hud forg men alsiut the
rest nco . f the dnad man lu IKtuavm'a Istl
Josxiiiis Buitii teetiund that she had UvaI In a
Isgerlsvrsa'tNin lu division street, brtwuen Norf Ua
and suiffik strrtts, previous to Uvlng tnCoiuierti
ct.t for six n ontlist untn coming bi tlie ctt). she
got upon a drui km spine, and was snt t.ir ten 1
Uit) s to tne li.llios, sue leu were ou ai iuuay ia., a
week; she theu went up town, end ku..ked ansiud
two or tbiee days on a drunken sproe, and thsa
Uf ,411KOMOi mw,0 ,, M.
' ,llau taun. lu IheTomU; si e went i u Tueelay la-rt
t., .leas iibiiotobu's rotsnt lsi en a came bouie at
-- --- - - -- .--- - ... - ..... ...e..
noon, rt iiiaiiiiti tinrioK ue it.rui..ii, .. -----j-
laillng.lth Jss.all the limn she querrelod with
J is alsiut tlie tl lull, of which she ha I but .5 cent
It ft, Jasa raid she tmud bur est couts tor ll I mr, aua
.ued'wTn" I rk'Vnl'm'tnd luetic,
then ; the did not know about the fight Iwtwoeri tbe
muilnthertom; ebe waa pulled to the bed by the
I.rt r Wiiaos, btlng sworn, aslJ, that ah wa a
dtiiuoetlc, and be I been out of a pane for the last
els weeksi I.al been In llroiklyu nul elsewhere!
sinteriiilu-day uut, iheliicd In the houa.i corner of
Little tatr aud Woith streets! ahe went there on
'1 uesdey, arvt as soon as she g it there, lay d wn ou
the lied aud slet uut 1 nunni she did nt see or besr
any quaivellng, Isiiausr, when sue returned la tbe
evening. t almiit seven olc'tk, the d.sir was locked,
eiic bavu g wit it at aootit nau n uve m cue a.K-i-
Ji ua A Itiimw v, the llqnornitoie keeieron the
corner, i'rsjsais Joushoa aud otneer Uiuoiss weta
i tamlm-d, but to no n alrrlal eflec-t.
Dr. lkiroiiToa, the Coroners lenuty, who nut lu
the isf morlrm examination, stated that th iiuiue.
d ale cause of tbe man's death. as a fracture of the
.kt.ii ..M.i.irte.1 hv atmiadull instrument.
The can" as Hit u glveu to the Jury. The Coroner
teuis-kid thst all the wltneasoa bat betu examined.
1 1 rre ws uo pwlth evidence lu the case, but soma
virv tt.ting itrc'timiitaiitlal svldence.
Tliejun, altera short deliberation, retume.1 a
verdhtbi the ttfoct that the tlooeaaml tame to bit
death by Injuries receives; at the bauds uf WiLUau
Josasaud F avail a Faaaxna, on tbe STtU of Bop-
Tim Rochester Anfy eTnton estimate that on
hundred thousand barrel of apple await ship
ment now at the station on tha llocleater and
N Altars PU Won ot the road, to say nothing of
tUeTolber product. T be appU crop of W eater
Hew York 1 very large.
rEVATio of riitlng from Small Pom.
AiiivrremodvaBalnst thl reull bu been re-
Boclely, tie air, waa.w, .- ----------
ary.ai having boou uaej repaatodl- wltb uc
".." P.- . -j..., na nitrite of sllvar
K been ,iJ lw.s-t.xUy wltbiae.
tts cd gt. ceilne, ol' Wta f bUyer,
cess, it ctmsi
Tbe avatleshia wad BalVaaaa.
At the time tf writing thlt article no fattber
Intelligence baa been received from the missing
balloonist. The Troy Kctnkj Tim, 28th, bat
tbe following In reference to th aecanilon, and
(uWerjuent effort to a"'rt!Q the fat of tbo
taulon, aud every hour a n lay now Incrcaaea the
misirn'iii troi aianiw-a e.nica so uarai enwrap the
aueetkin ol thrir whertaiioiiU. Une thine: la etaierv
tl e assertion Is et Ibely lnoorn rt In saving that than
. -n.-. ...... .1 ...- I ..- r....i . .i " li
U1-1, "m wr. ..V.W ..uw...' Bill. IUHIO IDWy-
log Ui r tl at It mlgl t list d -aosud. d there Mr,
I.aVnrsTsts llitisnaotliigafate he had onoenar.
rowly ts.atd. Wileitmn ItaJf.tLe pnlrt of d.o
rt jre, Is ej't A the lake, and when laet seen tie
voyagerseere about thirty nuloa buiUn.wt of YVa'cr
twn. Tbe balloon was Inlutxt to the full with l.ydrigttt
gas, and ltd a slang extensive wrr, eo the' a
lanto rn atitity of bsllast was taken up 'jioiigli t
Late ls.li (I f..r a t lp arort the coutlu.nt, aud
more than wan used b. tm votgu from et. Iym a to
Henderson, Hut f r th engagement at King-ton,
and nm thcr r.ptd y folloalng 1 1 New York, It might
liesupisevltlat Mr 1 A Motets! i,aiiv.ioin ,
to demmiktrabi hla favorite theory, hal eonc'inldd to
eontlnio bts voyage ewav 1 1 the coasts of Nova
K0.4U, for that lustu-r, st.l It May Is- hal he hai
done mi. tin the oti er bend, bi tin taso of ait esny
desi-ttit In thealmrat Intcmilrm'i'e n.ithwMdaor
tl.e fuirsta of licr Csi.s Is, IIsm are a th mi-ind
clrciitiistai era Lnder whlh t would liemssib1o fur
the ertles tlir-come ertangli-1, 1 we thsmailvcs.e.id
I kc4 lett.sje f.s sevetal aaiks from rea hlnif
leg any silnt ebtre the cisild ns.liiy comiuunlcat)
t est. rdsy afternoon, e psrty, rmbradng Mr En
wsknl.s Mot stais, tr. IS. i tlie nermaut, scnral
re'atlvrsof Mr IIahuks, sn lialnrs, lert Walertown
tifilluw the r sit- of tie la'U. m as far as it n
s. in, st.l. If i-aslble, trnuliiabi lliedrialful unce'
taint) t at i tleta.
1 he XvrUirn W. T Jvtirnil, 27tb, Ihu refer
ll" l mis-, owing lo tho su.rm of TurHulay, wat
ctnplieo: bt di ii r Lis acbiiiun 11 1 Tlima la, wVa
the Hiatl vt was This. TLesibllc aplaie was croaj
tdelih stitst irs, and every wind v kriklu oit
U.n It vasallllod a h bear's, while the risifs of
Isillnluira wire tie. k with Lvi nan Isings. At eli mt
111 ' - k t!s? pnees of Irillstmn wat oomintriO"d,
wl.lil o-ntlnneil in I.I b)t F. M, when La Mora
Tsla a tared among tie rmWd ami bid a ben I J
thrm J. ins A. Hall'., h-q , of As U ormtr,
a ao b-k a Mat In I tte ear, t tie eurslso of every
Isdy, aa it waa n.4 knoan ttat he antlctfiated ac
cin..ar)ltig Mr. La MritrsVAti in bis aerial vrnage.
Tre twULsm rnaahitilu ly aiellnsjeitlja ly an iva
tlie vi la e, anikl lie shisiia f the crow.L Alter
riacllna; a f.w butdr.il fott, It pssiad otf to tbe
n irthH.net, and In alsrtit taeuty iui .iitiw w- j it of
Slgl t. It aalsetli tlM4 Fblaiiilib.a, H miles dis
tal it, I ft inlniitts alter lis deieitiire, The last that
was 1 1 aiiluill, was ta i-aa-iage over ins (owiiuT roar-
lir. Bl lawrrnre isnn.tr. Bn mil it ill lauU wheu It i
e.-eiiu-l lo In. moving st a rafsil rate In tii aame di-
reilkai aslafure. It was suiiiuaed that tlwywoud
cue uoan bi tore dstk, and their return to the at-
lagawatets ft.lent y eisct4l by tbe tuomliig train .
frwo IS tsilam.
t p 1 1 tula time five days nothing bat been
heard fiolu Ibnm, andois-ie ipontty tlnre le inn h
anxtity alssitttilr senty, aiet the balltNin an I its
lavae If tfl is tlie tbuiue of e mversat on every
where. We hots1, however, that fie prediction
of many frk uds msy n t lie reelsed, and that we
may lave Ilm pleaeure of welnaulug tlietu back
ansajK ua a It r a siirorsfu1 and pieatant voyage
A gent man, stmieahat verwed lu au travailing
an 1 the c million of tlie voysa-ers, stat. a that tlie
aensiauts, at the la.t moment, evl lent y were d.s
I .end to riiualn In the air over n'ght, If they found
clrcunislaticta favorli.fr stub a oiMirsti that thry
S-ottly did as aial laiab d In tlot moruing lu aome
isjt-oMlii-aav wild, rnesa, an I that tlie dll.ice,ou
latslliig, fiom an Inhabitetl lnt, exptams the delay
of tnlloiis f roiu th. to that they were well-e ad, aod
could n 4 sun r from o nil I thai tbey liaa liut a tuiaii
quantity uf provisions, say three pounds, but that at
thiaeeawnof the jxar tliey etsild nut And it difllcil t
.,,,.,,. ,,., ...ai.ming hfei trt tb.y era
bitb i-eso'ute men, and well ea cu atod 1 1 surmount
obhtac'iai that tliey l.a-1 from Koe a. auo psin.u l
bvt, wl b h would enab e them. If they strut k tbe
(lulf is BL Kawience, to cross liiat Isalynf water,
and ptsteitily to croea Ilia in. an, If their e airse un
foitunstely lay In ttat direction! and that thatrab
s nice should n4 cause estiecla alarm, area though
tbey ehou'd aot return for a ivei a' days.
The Albany A'rrsi'so Juum'it, 28th, give an
account of a (toady ascension, but abrupt descent
which took place "in the vldnltyof that city,
w blch 1 narrated as follow I
Mr, Chabcxs Csvoa, aocsnptinlcd by Oeoao W.
Pub, leettrday afteruoou mada a very due asoeusi.si
In hie U loiei Moiitjstllerirom tU Natl mat Har
den lu tbla city. Tbe balliam left the garden at 4.-4T,
and reae tiBWiaomely in the air until It reached a
noitbern current of air. It went to the north aud
ctoitiiiued to rise until It reatbed aa eatt-rly curreut,
wh. n It waa wafted In that direction aud sunk be
hind Iho bills about A teen minutes to six o'clock.
The wi ether ea dc'lghtful, the sky clear, with only
eellirht aouthtrlvlircese blowliur when the ba'Lam
aetaiided. Mr. Cxvob and hut rsanpankm reached
tela citv at aueaily bour this morultur, and wa have
received from bis foetid the lollowuig acciunt of bla
aeilal voyage l
Everything being In readiness, order ware given
to cut th ioie at a quarter bi five o'clock. Tha
air-hlp "Moiitpelar" anwe handsomely from tbe
fiarden until lt waa high alaive tbe tallest dwe ling
usisa ta the violn ly, when It tts.k a n e-thnrly
etsirse. As near as etsild lie eetimatad, we went eix
miles lu that dlrertltm, uutll w struck an ietrly
current, wticn we were carried lu a southeast rly
direction across the Hudson rlvsr, over tha bills a
disUi.ce of ataait thirty nines. We then mad pre.
Iratlia to dtSceiul, and ln coming diem w
struck a northwest curreut, and ware carried In
that dlr.ctl.si ab sit six milt a. Tbe grappling
were thrown out, and relight la a t ilbgata, which
was Instantly carried aaay, hbigra aud all, by tbe
ballisiu, a distance of from tea bt telve rode, when,
tlie anchor roi gava way, aud the ballisin was car.
ried into a forest, strikina riralust a drr bemks;k
lures i n ten leeroi tue tOi, wuicu uocama BUiaitg-
ltd In the rat'Work.
We went then rairtl aome oiatance ever tree-tope
and filially mexvedca lu gutting released from tbe lu
cuuibiaiite,but n4 witlsiut d Aug e msiderable Inlu
ly tollieball.su, which waa theu discharging gas
very freely. Having euooeeded la retlcviug our vee
eel ig a heavy weight, we were In hopes of atceud
Ing and of getting out of the woods, but tbe wind
btlug bltfb and 1 silug gas through the bole uuvle by
the Cn.keutric, we ascereled but a eluart distance,
and nually came uoau, a oisiance is sevemy lees
Our fall waa broken by coining doan up.u a young
aillng, which brut under our weight, aud fell upon
tlie esith In the nildet of tbe wiaaia. AlthiHigh w
fell a great distance, neither war severely Injured,
lie following telegraphic dispatches were ro
ach ed hat evening. They detail further rough
balloon experience, and enntinue the uncer
tainty at to the fate of La MountAU and bis
ucKSTiaa isn fail of A niLLoot aid its
totsr, .V. 1., pf. t') Professor Cob, aocotn-
aula 1 by Mr. .CoTTaaN, of Kome, made a balloon
atceiirltuibere to-day, fiom the fair gpaiuda. Tue
Connty Fair being lu aiaalon, there w.ru 10.iss) atec
tato's. The eaoenslon waa fin. At the height of
two mdra tLe lal o n burst, tnmwlng up la tne top
of the mtting, tbi efurmtng a paracbute. The voy.
agovs, after a leiiiousaiij exciting deao-nt, lautled
rafclylna saarri, tines uiUee frum their starting
isilnt. There waa Intrnes excitement among the
croad below during the disornt.
no Tinisoa or ta uurstiis.
H atrrtcvn, X. 1'., Srj f.V0. Irg.Bsor La Mors
rus Las bet u traceti but little furtbrr. lie was last
se. n In tbe town of 1'ib a ru, et. Lawrence County,
fifty luilea tlue uortheaiit from liere, at a urposed
a titnde of five mile. Ha waa going due east with
gieat velncltv. Mr. Moaaisos. of Troy, bis agent,
purici lutltuting a tliorough searcb for htm.
Tho Waterlown llrformtr, of which Mr. Join
A. lUmatLK, who went up with La MootTart,
It tbe editor, lias the subjoined speculations
about the fate of the lost balloonist I
The nut imfnl spl rtlmnslucssre gaining au
pn mat y lu the minds of isir cl Ueus resiiocttiig tbe
late of Messrs. I a MorsTsm and lUniaHix, of wboiu
bo tidings have been heard "luce tbey avsstid over tbe
towns ol Antasrp aua towier, some mrtr or nny
miniitra sftcrt'ii'ir sublime asctnstonln this Tlnsgn,
ou Thursds last, at alsiut tH u'ulock T. M. Tu.lr
ou Thursou laat.
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a lar as cotlin isr otswrreu vj eiKicea
HiiMe who sa,v the balloon iata over
hrrn In her course, was as near uoltt east as can
llulina wltuout msiruaieiilal uoservauous, auu
i J-Hyjh. M. di-t.uc. tli-y were judgeto be
front three to four mllca Lurb. Ii4l0g Balftly
at the rets uf a ndle la a uiluute and a naif
many tnluk even faster thsa thst. Tury
are manv conlectunra a to their fate. Their
genctai.y declared titcntlon waa to a' Ig lit before
uatk and the limited supply of ftssl, drink and
cli.el.lug, with whiob thry auppiled themsclvea, o.
loburates thia supisautlou. But the ascension waa
so due-, and their movement away so dire it, rapid
andaiuotb, that many believed that, Inspired by
u -...l.ltl..,. l-i .I.t ninaa than bad neon ta'ketb Bud
I make a repute' levoeag", lad thilo to atandon their
nrst purpose, ana remain up m.i .., .., .
sut&elciitly lung tn ass lulu the tjisteru Btatea. And
tl at, in the exccutl of tide irc, tbey have bee-n
taken nmre matbaaitiiy tuau tsiv ui oi.to, u
Instead of pa'Blng luto tue sittied portl ms of New
Luglaud, istssad over the Intel mil. alilo forest wbtoh
rtntttea away Utwrtn m aul tbe Gulf of Bt.
1-awietiie. Auinictlonof the map will ataiw that,
fn'U.vilng the e.ur-s tbey asd for the first bour,
while wltlduobsr rest iini.lt would cany them ovar the
nmtbeni tst t ol Vermimt,ew llaoiisblre and Maine,
or I aria of Canatls, .ljtinJng Luto New llauawck,
and, If still astsiotsl, Into the Oulf of St. Lawrence.
This course, sompaud with tlie vt jsge ta the aame
Isulooa from Bt IssHs to UendeiBou, will be f.iun a
laua'lel ixtrtslon of It. II may roetooabybe In
terred that, aprrcachUig the Oulf of BL Iwmnoe,
and observing tbe great exianae of water, they
thtsight It tbe in aa, and rather thao all(ht on It, or
atteuii It rnsaaire, they preferred to nsk Blighting
In the wllderiiese of Now Uruna a lc, where they ma
U no a msklng tbeh way out. But this, oT ot ur-,
It all con acture rJoaie think tVtey may I ava aaTeod
ed at high at to become stufil with cold I others,
that thty were obliged to alight Ln tbe wood lu tie
northtru rt of thU State, lu 0 Hiaequeuce oT a
atorm. But when last seeulLey were above the re
gkine of storm. Uther tUak they crossed the Kiver
Bt. Uwrenoa and came down In tha foresta of Cana.
.1 . .. !,.. l.-v a .Matal the At aUtlQ.
But wbalever theory we adpt,we pray Ood may
grauUherapeeo, anct . r.., ,..,,,
Tb. Kom. (N. Y ) Btnhml ! hat tba
a -...,... aaeiirrm. In our vllhure.broogbtPytu
Tfaterlewn train due here st i V V M . le the off ct
that It wea repotted In Watrrtown lt abtwrtad
been pieked up in tana I tmer Diloan.ws believe),
purriortlrf to lave Ism written by l. Morsrrsis,
atallng that Hants a (one of the I a loonWs) wat lo
eane,end thst tlie rope waa rntauKVI tip that th I
vslv n ii'd n4 be tvm d lo k t out lhe gat, eo at to
a'low tbe U"i n lo prmejtwr. Wf c vslhratoty
ea reported al tLe drp.4 oath-arrival of Ike cant.
We wL'l add that p'ac no re ln,ice upon It.
Tbe following, dispatch came to band Itst
nlgbt by telcgrai b i
Tin eta vn rox t MorvTsrt.
WtUrtnm, X. I'., rV'rf. SO.-Mr. I.i Mwetns
wasla-t rtn a' llvritviiie, Iwls dsinty, pa-si g
everUa twVrrk wHini's-, still gnl dli Es,
ard st agrrate'ertbon. A nwa-d IsorTr-! by hit
lr4ltr, of vlfttO f. rthr dsciver) of th a ro.ui it
elite, and tft f-r their V I s, if d'al A party
(pcetnlbf ols b -niorro to jiroacut 'he Ita'C1).
Tie II. lino ArtUaaC aa A'blea.
Tbe Khes'cr Vi.1, 29lh, La the following:
One of Ihi rniet frVl.lful ecct L-nt wbleh ever ne
ctii-red lu Witt.rr. New Yotk Uo p'aoe la detail
In- In the vll wiolA Viei, I .visv ng e ke"f.iU n
vsliisll. llf". Attlie tin ews writs the eaaet iium-.
Urof kiMrd It ui.knowr, tint bie d'ad acre w.ll
known cltli.sof Or'iau e sulf.
One if tne your m"n fioiti flrookport, who hat
len pnetWng and wa king the rope over tte Usual
at tl nt plai-e, went tj A'Llon yatrtdaf to give an
rshlhlte n I mrsi wa king during the hnld.ug of the
Cirla at a Ctsinty Fair, lb ittinii.l a ro, over the
(ai el fpsn tlnk of stmra to the Mtnsl m II "ne,
lust nesttf Mln strett Itrl'ge, and alssit Bt '
Llrck In tl.e a tern.sniaoni iHiierd waking aud per
frrnlt g Ms f ate. The loon bridge near tue ro waa
riowded alto eof'e rtl fis.t and tu wagons that
p are Is Ir g i rv of th best that etsitd I f.suel for a
vs-wofthe ri1. Whin tie r iwalker wat Jnet
walking rn. aud a!laea wrreftxed uiion hlin, the
bridge wild down with a rrash, eaerjlng Inti tl.e
t.ater, tu one prrttiltoursta niase hundreds ot iswiila,
luctihlbig aM aine aiid bth sexes, ao I wltthcm,
is fourse, ft U tha botses an t wagon, Inei timbers,
and i4t.er n aterra'a of the bridge.
It a tears that the It'geat number of people were
on thr w.et side of thn bridge, fiat Mng risare to
lbs rr ir, and t st wi nt il.sn first, thus gtv'ngthe
fe'l nr tuaneif hunan lielnirs, au mats and materl.
els a si tee hie aa well as downward malum The
eai-Uni eictlon i the brl lire fal'lng latt must hare
horkd uaivlierratslta ruins. Asthel.tide waa of
, Inn, aiHr ist anlS't'y wrought. It bn ke lull
I etctlitsatidrrsg-TUt', and went tithe b4toa it
tl.e cane1, biirvtijg, of course, everything that went
lturs tt is-heatn tte weuret. l ne eiciierneni wdich
f.ilowid caiuita be described It uisy, rtiaix-, be
llumlnnta of fa pie were iti the tianka of the ra.
t.al. and tipr n the biill.tinira ansind. to view tue mi
welklug. Thes' latee a'loont parslyred by the shnuk
of tha fa! log fsi.e, but they of etsirse rutlieil to
tbe p-scus and drew from tbe water thoe who were
within reach. It waa not long before all tho wbo
wont dowu and aurvlvid the fad were rue.ireil, and
me ismi w ia tteueaawere ws.n tsaea up in eon-
aldrrable numtre. A irentleman who wat a vrpoeea
of tlie dreadful apiKttacle, say ho thlnktttat many
wire Injured and perbaie- aisme lost their tlvee by tbe
borsra thst went down with thecrowd. They fl.smd-
ered, kkkedand at niggled, ami no doubt lutured
e ana of the unfortunate itile, in trytug to eatilcate
There w.re three teama upon the bridge, two ear
rlag. and alumts'rt am. The nnmher of ienMit
Ufun tha bridge Is istlmat d at from tw ito four hun
dred, the most of whom went Into the water.
At last account dam had been thrown across
lhe canal and tbe water wa being drawn off,
when the full extent of tiy) calamity would be
Fretae t ettale of M externa Altarra.
Tba Mew Orleans malls, of w blch everal day'
upply bat a reached ua at tba same tine, place
ua hi 1 osseaelon of Mew Orleans nepers and cor
respondence, which furalsh tha following; Infor
mation. A Minlatltbtn corretoodent, 10th,
Tlie Aurora Dorealla waa observed at Vera Crux, a
In other p'acre to the south, but it waa only for a
short time visible, on account of the clouded state of
the eliutsii bere. .
Thwcrtais lor the aohiuon of the Mexican t nbrnglo
la appristeblng at a alow but aura paoe. Miaauoa
Uvea In bosw uf gttthig money fnsa tbe clergy, and
si latawre-eetahlisherceraud tranquility through
wit tbe oountrt. If the church will advance to him
fetO.ott tminediateiy, end later $3 ono.nno m a-e
.Iraast baa based all bla aopea uu asslsttoca from
tbe L'ulted States, and tbe miss on or Lark de TeJt
da I looked upon aa tha only poaatble aalvatlou of hla
Mr. Mi Lsss'a negotlatlona are well known to you,
aa also bla failure to oawlude a treaty, whatever may
bare boeii tne exiarctatlun at tbe tuae of tbe rwoogui
tiunigtbe Jcaaaa UovernmenL Seeing, therefore,
that all of Lis elfort have been in vain, tbe Minister
leevte in lUiguet, and without having accomplished
Mr. Fcirrr ray the ministerial! on account of bad
health, but It la well known that hla health waa never
better than during bur etay In this country. We have,
moreover. In air. jui.aere owu wotiis, wniie eo
jiniming in isir city, a eufllu eoA x4anUlon of hla
suddcu deieo-tun. lie aald, "I ain dissatisfied with
tbe ctsiisa which the Jraax AdinUibtratlon 1 pur
eiung toward tbe I tilted PtaUa; I vrlll ant permit
mveelf to be bumbuinrod. and enotild my ffovorn-
mentmt properly vustaln too, 1 ahall linniaidlately
The citrruponilent of tho Sew Orleans Crrr
rraf, dating fiom Vera Crux, Vtb, aay i
Mr. McLaaa baa semiofficially resigned, and win
never etaua tack to Msaloo, unless under different
auspice. Ue has been moat scandalously deceived
lath bere aud at home, and unless he can bring Be
maaan up to tbe rack of doing weiiethlng, or Jva
ail bi the honesty uf keeping a promise, there la an
end of tbe mission, la Uie abseuce of a decided ul
tunatuiu from Mr. IU nssss, which would allow him
to aay, ' Do thl or fight," be I useleea bere, except
as a polite chaperon to gallant tbe beauties of Ben.
Aatiaxa iia Trvca about ou fete daye.
lt la given out that sickness, or Unpaired health,
hurried the Mlniater off, but to ua on the ais4 thia ia
I alluaniun.il. I am not blind n r nearUhteit. and
I uuau cue ouaei, uau in-v ttruia:, aa uatua auo,
I brvesea, frequent excursiona on the Itrooklyn, and,
w ttbaL, a very pleasant time of It i m ireover, he baa
kept gisalcomjaeny, been with tlie women, aud hob
uoobed over champagne Juet Uke a well man, too
much to Impose ou a tlear-algbted Individual Uke
Tbe blshtn, a of tha various dtocean of Mexico were
recently assembled bvether by order of the arch
blehtps Lu tbe city of Mexleo,to oonslder the merit
and demetlla of the war. The voice of the Church It
still br war, though Its pockets clamor ksidly
against the eit,aee. Tbe sedree are willing to
tec tbo slaughter go on, and pray for a bloody war,
but they am to tnletrty wltb their lash that I might
ily fear they are not ouly losing tbe Country, out
tbey are Lwlng caets. Everybody asya, give ua
money, and tha revolution eliad be put dowu, and,
thiaigh all this gas Lt for their beuefit, to main
tain their odious prescriptions, yet they fad to
make these cuulary aacrtfloee which are
needful to bring alssit auch aauguuiary re
sult. Th Archbishop pmptaajd t let the war out
ou contract to anv party who would do the rough
work cbeapest. Mnuaoa waa the only UtLlsr, aud
bs piotuetai, Inool.Bldeialkm of the sum off lOO.OoO
Lu case, aud tMXicUMH! Ln short InstaUments, to put
an end to the row, and reinstate tbe church in it
pnrogalnee. Now, I bare but little doubt of Miss
mob's success. If the Church should come down hand
somely and stick up to htm oouragvtHisly; fortbe
man wbo yB brat, gets tbe blgeat crowd of 4
dk ra behind him lu Una country. But, unfortunate
ly, a dissenting visce was raised, aud tho Bishop of
Muiignt aald, "let tbe war take care of Itself, ws
baie paid out euougb mouey i we ars cheated on all
aides l" That sentence toitl the story, and tbe bal
ante of the session waa held In secret.
Letter from Mexico relate a "Iran-action" bet warn
Mtasuoaandtbe ArchWnln.) , which reflects on the
Lnuesty of tbe one aud tbs eagacity of ths tthrr. The
vi net able prelate wea tu delit, or rather Miaauoa held
bis llr tor t f" nuo, yable tn oue year, Ue ottered
to aliava tbeae ohllgauuua at the rate of DO sir orut..
whh h Miaanon agreed to. and the Archbishop pidd
Luto the treasury. He then scut for bis notes, aud
wsa rather asvmieurd to findtliet Miaawoa nail just
Bold tbeiu to a broker at a disomintof 80 per ceub,
thereby obtaining within IB h r cent, of their full val
ue, lti revtreuce waa full te anger, aud sou Lt t-i
protest, but tlie notaries could do nothing for blue.
Fart lea Islrl.tear.
Tbe Leo lou Timrs auggnt the Lmmoliate
dispatch uf ths On at Faituru lo Ctilu.
1 be decease e f Mr. Ilsrstn, tbe eminent Engineer,
occurred at bla reaideuce tu Loudon on tbe loth lust.
On the dill, be was car tie. I from tbe Ureal Eastern
to bis residence In a very daugerou s-- alarmlug
ooiiditun, having been aeUed with ara'jaU, luiiuo
od, it waa ls-llvrtl, bv ovvr.mutal auxiety.
Mr, Txn Baow a'eJWoodburn caaie In tblid In tba
ooi tt st ft r the Cleveland handle,!. 1 b horse bad
an exonlUiut stait. Ueglra led. -he ithera close at
ber hoels to tlie beud, when iimfisaBr. Ditto and
Wesslburn beaded brr, Comfoter carrlog on the
ruuiuug. At the distance Ameerdam jolaed them,
but he immeidiately fell back, and lu three plaoed
flulatied the race, Cimforter winning cletsrly by
baif a lengtb. Woodburn waa beaten a bead ouly
from Ditto. Tbe Maid of tiaaham filly was fourth,
ami Amsterdam nftb.
M. Lumir KuLUa has written a loug Utter on the
Imperial Amnesty. Ill letter close l
I am entitled to affirm, a Mng manhVatly evidenced,-tf
M. BoBArAkVa. bad been far away from
Wanne. if a'l hntai of returtdmr bail beau oiueed to
him foreter, ke wculd neitber have bad the leisure
mtrlbe tucanaut prvisinng, m eouorrt witu me re
aeilonary party, tbiaai uloodv and Infamous day of
June, 1S44, ttiat eub mbed the lu public.
II, for evil aud tyranny, hla st remit h baa consisted
ln aeting alow ly. patiently ba' inct seautlyi by tbcu
aliou'd we. wbobave public welfare and the liiuiuph
of I beity in view, deprive ouraelvea of the mtana uf
Let ua not forget that every It' publican wbo re
turn t a Franc without having defiladed buuaslf, la,
Lu si tte of all, a light-spreading foous, and a eoldiar
Itady for the coming day. LKJJIiU MOLLIN.
LoaiiOM, Sept. 14, lbu.
Dn Uv attempted to croaa tba ropa, at Ro
chester, 2!)ih, with a man an bl back. Tha
man mounted upon hi shoulder with, bla feet
suspended at tbe sides of L tt lave, and ba uao ed
low ly out upon the rope. When tear the cen
tre of the river tha roie began to wy, aud It
waa clear that tba feat was not to be accum.
pllsbad. rresenilyOE Lavbsaw that be wu
about to fall, and lbrw bl pule, and caught by
bis arms, 'lha man upon his hack caught around
bla body aud drew lilinae f Uou tbe rope, Aud
there tba tw o acrolstt w era seated anon lhe rono
I wben our reporter left. W hear, Imt as wa gi)
to prtts, that they managed to wit, tha shored
I Jjy upoa tho lip, bo ta; ll, fntvit,
Pf nrstaan ke I.srl aT IHerii-r,
The Sew Orlean crrreipondent of the Charles
ton CtmrUr, writing from that city, Eept. ifOtb,
laid evening, at arswrl arpiarterrw-t atght o'cWk,
tba ai Inian Dr Poatrr at. Oaanaa waeetot la
an aff.sv with Mr, Ftsvee Toi seeao. ProtMy thsr
t-ssicrurredlathlseity, V tne ktsttea yea-, un
t wrtit tl at I as ertaW d an much aeuaatlore, vt excited
to much ctaj met t.
Dr. fiasasM was vnfevtnnate In hetne overrome
now an.l tin n with a cravuig. a unit Id loafing fur
llquori tl d hen uislrl the Influence of th stmnlnt
he, ittietwlsecnlm, qioet, eouiteou-, a fiortaiirh aso
tn an tn d. mesnur aud episaratice, lss?sms olsttt
t ale, I nt I rs.lt' , quarrelsome, dsngemua. Ul su,r
rtortducetwnend skill at a phyalclan, flue Inleh
gt bee, pUaaant aiLe, haudeime, digui&ed pe m,
and e gt ly rrsprrteble nd IndueLtltl count xlors
bare, msds Llm very t opu'sri atsl bit crievsut weak.
Mas as borne with (r hla many go d qualities, and
the eat'tm Lsd fur bis fsmiiy. It wat often pretlctsd
to hla.. I owevrr, by Lie own friends, thst be would
die by violenos, nr, at one of t'rrn bed him, "flat,
nsu. v srk tne, yrot will die In your boots end In tlie
? utter." Tbe itedlctlun has been twrtrUd to the let
er. Itr. (iBsesa'a nanst I known tbrvsurhont th Lid
trd Bistre, mm his killing Mr L !, In New 'ia-k,
when Intoxicated, from his trial, ct.tntimbaU.aj, bo-
(rlsonri etit, anion and n tease. IF re-appearattoe
o I let-Id l.auota hen ertstrd a slngu'sr sensetum.
I nivtr shall fiirgit tt first time I met him, eter
lit rrtiirn from hit noithctn iriton. ne etotat In
f rr t.t i4 a drug store, that for n any year wat at
the rtirncr rg Bt. Charles and Common streets, aud
lu which be bad an intenet, It waa a gs'herli.g
itace lor maey streat loungers and pniitictatia. lie
ail Isv-n scsn there ytar aTtnr )car when be
wint tn New lork, bihI while It p-lam, hi
portlr Mm ass much mlsaidi it was not knows
list he waa going to enrne Itwk, aed I wat fairly
I sit ed, when, on turning ths ct.na r ia morning,
1 sew 1 fro In bis old p'ace. In bl usual easy attitude,
Itt-l lug Jus,! the rame, rli at In in.sith aud m I can
in land oily a oratl ly (alsir bail rsi.acsd the
usual Is a tl y color ol his fstw. Tbe New York eceue
i f bltssl Hashed over me I I avsitrd my head, pasted
The same Imi resalon was no dould produced rai
thr ci rumnnlty genera'ly, and ft a lot g tltue thia
lsulle. faced D.au waa a stranger In tbe oorumti
mty where he Is.l Iml so lot.g, where tU-re ba.1
Is-tn an maey to give him a end si gistp of the
I SI d. He set mail prrred fur tl Is I had no d silt
made up bis mind to do it, and terlispt hal a sec-et.
titling lcaaiire in rtsjlng In lis tsd haunts aid
attending, with silent pride, to tha duties of h.s
Oistlua ly a change of foetliig eame over the maa
i f our citlsens In n-gaid to the mam wa are a warm
learteil, sytiq allalie tsjiqie, If we are Lot-headtd I
and the rvierve., uu AitrosUe etsirse pursut d by Dr.
UsiiAM.blsatlrntbs;i to his profrsi,bisBVotdaoce
if Llsformtr weakness, a'ter awhile latticed many
tn f. Igi t what bad I ass. d, and .t'w d.s tor regained
much of his old wclal acquaintance and a large abare
of pn fessiolial isitmiiga
But the mtarMd crai mg for stimulus, though once
qtterrlsd in blond, otsittl not be curetl. II caae
lack alter a wl.de, aud It larane known that Doctor
(iBsmsh ha occssioi al relaps Lnbt his old bsbit of
ti,toxicalli.n. Brill b ctsitrivetl tint to lit thia b
seen alssit the stieets, atsl thmugh the InflueLneof
bis family ami friends, ha wat a year ago elected by
tbe American seriy, City Pu) stolan.
Aebnit tluagis be li.at thaoir.ee. at the expire
Hub of the teno. bt the election of a Dr. Ilatt, and
ft r a foitiilght. It appears, had bwu unJer lha Im
pression that Mr, Essex ToLtvaso, a yintng man,
imminent ta the Amerk an isertr, bal incuretl his
rfi at. It was kraewn that he bad expressed him
a If only for some dsy past. In violent termi
against Tolbosmi, cursing him, and avuwing bla
purpose bi shout him at sight. Ihese exprua-lint
and thia rvai4ve were itttentfwhl'e Dr. Oaausa' waa
under the Influence of liquor, which, It appears, Le
had laen stnos Thursday lant, ao much so as to be
Lest tug) t, tbe Chief of rollce, Mr Ansa, who la
relsttd to Gaansa lu some way, saw him at the Kuhy
(V flee-houae ou Common st..-a spular net! and
ntdiord tt.at he was In liquor. Ho f. It a presentiment
something waa going to happen, ehouul (iBAHAta re
main la that condition In eo public a placet he went
up to Llm and told him be most gn hornet If he ens,
t d ax.y dlsturtsvnce he wtsild errert him and lock blm
tip for tbenigbt. OxsnAia Insisted that he waa mt
Intoxicated, but provnlsed to go borne soon. Mr. Ad
aaa left him torse teome pislos officer tt bl own
I strata oflice, promising blmarlf to return to tbe Ku
iy Budget Ubaiiam away and take him home. A few
tnomente alter La was cauea out ana tola tnat trr.
Uaenm bad just been ahrt dead.
Fbnvbi Tolspano was a ooUcge mate of mlnst I
thai I simply aay of blm, however, tliat be U a room
ber of one of our oldrst and most reejiected creola
fsmillra; and though somewhat wild, the young man
baa never beau accused of auy thing nioau or dishoti
orable. llieo-su statement of this sad aflMr, as 1
beard lt from blm in the "lock-up," (whoie hla num
ber was ooniprwed, thtsigh bi voice tow aod then
wrta a little choked,) waa to tbla effect r
I p to within a fortnight agts he and Dr. Obahabi
were on tlie moat courteesui terms, lie then notiuad
a clianfS In Ubabah's manner, which beceme
cold aua finally eitirelyetrauged. He paid no at
totftlon to this, as be waa busy with his candid .te
abln for e'erk of one of the district csirt. Last
Batunlay the Street CummUsloner sent him word,
through Aldermen Memo', that Ih. flsAntJi waa
golrg about tba streets abusing blm, and threatening
tu kill him at eight. The same new waa given him
Ly otier patties. IIu frlendt advteed him to arm
himself, as Gbaiiam was a daogersta man. He ao
oordlngly went home aud provided blmaclf w ith a
revolver, but remained with bla family that even
leg. Un Sunday be went up town to ece bla
friend, aa usual, and talk alssit tba election. Whan
lie appeared ti Bt. Charlea street, a frlsnd (whrnn
1 saw afterwerds, and who oontlrmed thia etatc
ment,) met blm aud baggel of bim nut to go ou
Common street, near the I uloa or the Ruby Cof-fee-bouaca,
aauaAaAU was then threatening atdtto
kill blm. He did ut bos why he abould go out of
bla way f, but ha concluded finally to d) eo,an J avoid
ed encountering Obaoaii. Yesterday he went to the
opposite side if the river, where his father resides t
returned to the city la ths evening by thelowerforry,
and came up town- At the I'nlou Coffee-house, ou
Ctanmon street, between Camp and St. Charleslbe
mt aeveral friends aud staid awhile chatting. By.
and-by he wat asked by a friend passing by, to go
over to the "Ruby" and take a drink with blm. Tbey
creamed the street t TouxnAito stopped bie trleod lu
front of tlie large show-window of Fimbavh' restaur
ant (next to tbe "Ruby',) to admire tha flue display
of fruit ttalwayactaitatiia. Tbey then entered- the
"Ruby," wears there Is generally a crowd. Tonus
no Bays ha bad no thought of Gsanau, and bad no
dea of meettrg bim.
Uu entering the aslom, he aaw GainAkt a few
atei a ahead of blm, ta klug to a0r. IUssioon. I
believe. At the aame Instant, Obaam turuod hla
Lead, caught ahcht nt Tounano, (who Lt a a mall
man) gave htm a ejowluig look, and put hi light
hand up to ht left-ooat akle, aa If to draw a weapon.
Tnt en. ho . It.a1.uik en. I mnll.in. .Iimi hla e v.d.
ver, and flted the five shot with singular rapidity I
aod moat remarkable steadini'S of aim. Dr, UaauaM '
did but fire i be did mt have time I supiie ft
rushed towards Tniniaso, who, drew back, and Dr.
UianAH stsggrred nut Into the street and fell la the
mud and water, dead. Ilia pistol, a Biuall pocket
DxaBirioiuv waa tickid up In the strett, loa led.
Totmsso lmm'duttily exdalrotd. ( I am the nuta
that di.1 it I did it ia eelf-dttirnce I" He surrender.
ed himself quit kly, aud was taken to th puUo lock
up, wnere hi frleuda auon followed.
Tba body of thedead man wa taken Into th coffee
house, the door of wblcb were closed, aod a iihvt
claa wsa on tba 4 ais-edlly t but his aklll was of no
avail. Tne Cldef of Police then bad hla body taken
to Lis pttvat office, acd there, after bearing Tol.
Atto'e statement, (be rtu.f with mo by slappliig
bla brrart aud aaj lug energetica'ly "there la no p irer
conscience than mine I") strvtched out on a table, I
taw the uiif rtunate man, hla large handsome
(mm atiflaned I hie pantaloon and boot cov
ered with mud t hat cat, vest and ciavat
off I Ida shirt stained with mud and a little
blood I bta anna crossed 1 bis hands and wrsta
blsckcnrd t tud with bis cravat l bis shirt bmotn
partly ojeni aud bis fine featuroa white and fixed
forever. There wat no expression of pain about the
countenance; It was calm and serene. A physician
(landing by showed me tbe wounds three email
List k rp. ta Mow the right breast, so ckate btjether
that the band oould oovertheni, and one lu th left
Tbtst I bad seen of the man lis at ood at my el.
Ism, chatting iJcaaant'y, looking baudeomr, digni
fied and ctsiitetiua at usual t nor be lay a blood,
-tallied, mud and ram aolled corpec.
Truly, as a gentleman stsnding near observed, thl
way of the transgressor la bard.
The Cawada Prtxe Flabl.
run and KxtLvarebo'h completing their
training In Canaiht, the one at Cowl bans, Fort
l.ne, the other near I'olnt Albino, They ara
but hla excellent concdtlon, "a fine at silk,"
and anticipating with equal conndenc tha
eventful Cth of Octolier. Unfortunately thoy
can't both win, ami, If things go on rigbt, one
will almost Inevitably lose; and whicbona
that will be, looking ai the presont condition of
thing, It does not seem pos-lbM' to con
jecture. Tbe chapter of accident I alway be
tween tbe prediction and th end tt look to, and
w nev cr knew of a tight In widen It was so emi
nently th only thing to he counted on. There
does not appear to be ln either man a weak point
tn argue from. Each man ha made a remarka
ble tight. KriLl' battle In Australia with a
big man, though conducted In a t cry loose man
ner, extended over an unprecedented lime, and,
If It perhaps lacked a btllo In punishing power,
showed great game. There wat even more game
shown in tbe disposition previous to tbe tight
then In the fight Itself, as It Is known that Ki
LY. then tolerably well off, told all hla good,
ami put tbe money on tba battle, lie la known
to et cry metropolitan, alao, tu be a trim, strong
man, and a very Una sparrer. He will have no
ch Jice to lay off In thl light, however,
l'ut'i. on th other hand, 1 a man wbo don't
know w hen he I wbl!d. and won't (top to In
quire. In bl fight with OeiBiRX, when ho was
so badly olT tliat Ike betting round the ring w as
una nuuiireci to ten on iobi uv, by Lis simple,
persevering game, be restored the scal,anj even
made It thirty to fifteen on Puirni and If IU
U(,bt had lasted would bare won the tight. In
revctlty this battle wat far before Kslli'b in
Australia. Prick Is not out of condition aa ha
then was, and be has since learned to (part and,
Iveide, that was a tight full of experiences '. he
loarnel much Inlt. Uut ha baa not got Co
LrRN to aeal with; and If the nan h hi is Dot
to renmrksbl as a boxer, he k a wickeder man.
wholflieonci geta tha scale turned. Will win
fl.,lit. 'orier tvnru,
Tiicrk are at prevnt In tba world about on
hundred and twenty-one thousand Mormon!.
ELchty-tbree thuusaud lire tn Utah, of whom
! ftur ihouand tlx hundred and se entccn bi
I mxrtttr llm.em.1 Tm 1u.JmJ ..
"'- -. uv.,.,. nt, i(n ,vi W V.IIVf,
Aaart Ire) Foliar la caw I'Maa tVar.
Tn itlspBtcbartclvfid by lhe (lovrrbir.snf,
berratewitb mlnuier.e.s tbe recent event la
China, rlsg-otliur TatJisLi. asys, that tbe
lWtlatiiOlcer In tbsrget thegurboats Laving
bltl"l.lm. ald not ting about aid, but his
llrnt appeal was aiw-tful litdoed. Uurlnu; the
ten rrtinriiis he waitn Isi.fdtle fowhatan, ho
would Its.k anxiously at his Admiral ara at his
Pf-t. After he left, continues Csp'. Iatvail,
"I nald a ciaii erratlon alb our Coirimlssltitfar.
Mr. WAttii, and be agreed with me perfecilr,
I list tindrr the citCiiliit'sitesi f mir pe.libri wliu
the f nglirh, and tl e aid the Adimr.t hal ten
dered me the day Utotv, I c mid da no lets thsa
tow IhahnalBtohisrellati I made the oiler, whits.
wss thankfclly ami prumpilt acivnrd. While
the boats were ttisklfig fast tu toe bawattt,
which 1 veerett s.rern, 1 Insls'od en Mr. Vai
ajf hi aotie leaving ne. Wan, end gi4n; oil
Is'std nte f the Junt, for reaoc. whii w ill tm
ohtious. He at ttrtt relilc'entlv ) le' le I, and
lef us, but rssiri returned It, one uf tha Knelo-h
Isalr-, tliilsiltg that at Ibe Ti rr-tVan was Mt
bi tne, and M-ing tuelcr fire with bla a,.pr.b'.L it
and roiiriiriti Ce, I reluC'ailly ylnltrdtohtt (.al
lant Impulse." (aipl. I AttAU. tuwetl the boat
tl.roue.li the llrilMi Hie to within a irnet dia
tanceef the Admiral who Kief was flying,
wLrncastlni; tlcmtlT he retired t.rihe rear of
tha line, and anthored for the night. He took
tip his ptentim, sslt might enable hint to aid
the woui.dn", and thould any hoala bo
sunk, to rercue their creaa, in other
words to sffi.nl all tbe aid con-lment with
tieulralit ." aftiniltriilnrorinelbra Brit I h
eflicer Hint tie Admiral was daegprmdywotini
rd, t'apt.lArtA I. went in a bsrge to visit him,
and wirn tlibiua few fiet if lb Crm .ra i. a
round shot strurk llm bt, Lille. I Ihecixawaln,
Mr. Haft, of llrrtklin, N. i.t and slightly
Wllirvled lsg-l letite'nant IpaiicltARIr. 'Ihey
restletl tl.e (ormorsnt tiefore Iht bl entirely
sunk. Iaimaii salt ths Chinese I'otninlM on
er had previously 'notllird Mr. WAeaevof their
arret punt nt, and reques'al blm tn accompany
ilishrltl.li and Ftencli Mlt l.lers to tha Pclho.
lo I Lis be Consented, thereby, to a certain ex
tent, assuming the same pla'forui wtib th lit
ter. Ibe slnceritt if lb Couuusak.ara waa
much doubted at te time.
fsptiliaal aad Operatic Frftairaaaeea.
Sorr time litre wa had occasion to notice a
new melbnd to facilitate trade In the It Won
mailet, t Ix. i the opening and f urrl.hli g tf a
Jirlvatr rotm with liquor and c gsrs, in a lea ling
(lt.lilng establishment ia that city. Vtbalher
thl new fangied 'notion' tn th "m drn
Athena' has proved a ptofltsb'e trimerit or
n't, we are unal.ls to sa),but we arsadvlt-d
that said farhion has recently boon Intro luced
Into New lotk.
Vi't are reliably Informed that a large Lutln-'i
firm In this city hate tu w contiec'e-l with their
establish. .lent, In full blast, well-furiilvjn-d eat
ing, drinking andsmokiny saloon, where the cus
tomers of tbe lions are reguUrlv Introduced at
certain hours, and If occasion requires, at inter
tals. apteral times Utaeen. lhe "Institu
tion aforesaid. It ia remarked, it highly
appreciated by the "trails," and work "a Imi
rbly." It eumetlmaa happens that the custom
er of thl " popular house," in couseiuenc nf
other engagements, are unable to call Uoa lhe a
daily. A note Is maJe f such ataience, and. if
it la loo long mtracteel, a young man la dli
pa'ehcdtn the evening to tba hotel with a bottl
of wine, to "Jog tba memory" of tba delin
quent. W het ber or not aome day away on
purrit.ee to I thus "Jogged," wa are mt at
present adv Im-d. tAe shall watch the workitga
of thia " prunrrwh e" establishment, aud may
have occasion to allude to it again.
Another " large and wealthy house" alo
has determined to lead oh ln another
direction. A highly respectable few Or-sf
leant merchant baa, through th benevo
lence of raid firm, been "put through" all th
perfiirniancta of the city from tba "rallnlog"
onera down to tbe . As In tbe tlm-men-
t'oncd case, we have reliable Information, and
beg to state, for tba benefit of tha public, that
the bills for these entertalr ments and perform
anre amount 120 federal currency.
! ow, tt la well understood, that w hen the old
cocks Crow the yourg one learn, and hence, tba
public need not be surmised at auch develop
ment at tbe recent defalcations and other ras
cal'! ies we read of In tha dally papers. If our
young; men are educated la such commercial
school, it may bo expected that they will grad
uate with duo honors. aoVprnaVst.
Ketalta of tho PTapvrPrveervatlatt of Hewitts.
A gossiping correspondent of tb Manchester
fTvo-rdicm, describing tk habits of tbe lirUish
lremler during I ba vacation, aay s I "At ISroad
lands, though to man tramps tba stubbles or
beats tba cover with keener teit, or carries a
surer double-barrel and that, too,wlthoul spec
tacles, at 74 this Is but tba morning' amuse
ment. Ity 3 or 8 o'clock, Inrd FALxrcaATot Is
In bis room, elbow deep In dispatches, and walled
aliout with oflice boxes. Visitor at tba houa
are nothing of blm till tha late dinner at 8, aud
that dispatched though there may b an ad
journment to tba drawing room, and aven tha
I4blard room, where tba perennial host still ban
diet hit cue like a master, and again without
spectacle laird PacMeuiioi ia no more vUibla
after 10, but the lights are burning In his private
room till 12 or 1 o'clock, or even later. In tha
Interval of bis severe and prot racted labor no one
can bo gayer or sptlcbtber tbau l.ord l'AAMsita
tor, or reailier to take and pass the mofytoue rirr.
Though Lord I'ALMKitirro't declare be tins no
time to read 'anything but manuscrlut' be
teems nuinl of tba current literature. 1'crbapa
lady I'AUiiluitiN eviscerates it for him, and
keepa him supplied wltb tbe eeteuce for oonvar
tation." The Wis suae Bt'aawer.
Tba editor of th Portland ryai, while at
Dalliroore, on Thursday last, mad an txcursloa
In ber. Ila ta) s that "Lima occupied In ibU
trip of thirty-four miles, was just two hours and
a half from the time tha fastenings were aaal off
from tho wharf, until the was agnln at her moor
ings and wa upon fftra inna." This mast ba
considered an admirable performance. Wben
the vessel waa going at the rata of sixteen in I lea
an hour, there waa carcely any perceptible Jar,
and tbe disturbance of the water by tha puaag
of tba vessel wu marvelous! slight. So clean.
Indeed, wa her movement, that a tkln would
scarcely ha a felt any agitation in crossing ber
At last account flour wu selling on tha lalanil
of llaytl at two hunf red and forty dollars a bar
tel. Hat the money -was Ilaytfen currency .
About twenty dollars of it are worth one tilt cr
Tun Buffalo people are alrealy preparing their
skating pond for the coming wlnier, and antici
pate that It wil afford them muih pleasure.
1 hey have enlarged the pond to double lit for
Tiik nil.T-ttlcaragua enterprise. It now en
tirely given up, and tbe men employed left tbera
In great dint res, without payment of their dues,
or means of support. Tbe affair eost Its projec
tors (1SO.U0O; total less.
At the approaching conference of the Hetho
flst bpbHM.ial Church, borth, It Is understood
that strong efforts will bo mail to Introduce a
rrrnsral tola amlnst tbo contiaaanca of slave
holders w ilhtn the church. It will fall, so thlulc
r la related of the Fn neb family of tha Duka
pn lkvi. that they bava a picture In their
chateau, In which No AH is represented golnp;
Intothe ark, and carrying unler hi arm a mail
trunk on which It written, "Jhijxri ttimgimg Ut
tke Ltrit Jamily."
Thkt bare a giant In Ohio, who, though but
17 t ear of age, weighs 8V6 pounds, aod Lt 7 aad
one-third feet high. He I a ou of the celebra
ted .Scotch giant, Jaum KA!tUAtx,who aahlidt
enl himself at 1'sALu' Muselm, ln the old Ma
sonic Hall, at rhlladclphia, tenor twelve yeara
Sijiator Oitiri. of CaUfornla, hu bad a very
unique testimonial prepared In hi honor. It
consistt of a cast-iron phtie.tobe sunk la the Unr
est tree In the grove of big trees near the la
Semite trail, upon tha south fork cf tba Merced.
In raised letters npou It will be tho Inscription t
"benator Uwit, June li, 1851)."
Mr. CrmcoKAN, In view of tha profits ami
fortunes amassed by the proprietor of th Wash
ington "hotels," has almpat coueludoel to build a
tav em u large u the Catpliol, ujion lha aoulb
tasi corner of Jarksoattitiare, to ha eoadacterl
on the rurojicuu plaa. So aay a cotrtwpotideab
Tit Kit k U In tbe County Inflnnary at Colum
bus, Ohio, an old woman of H9 years, called thai
"last of tne Mohicans," because ska Is tha lasc
01 a lauiliy vi tnwij -tvtti. eAjue.tr imvuaiiKi
for their longevity and Uzlueis, nearly all of
whom have lircdand died In various poor house
UrMAtbuIr varies from tba 250th to COO tit''''
part of an Inch ln tblcknefc lb ribr of tha
toartest wool Is about the uOOth part of an loch
la diameter. Silkworm's silk Is abo.it tha
6.000th part of an Inch tblckt but tba spider'
lite Is 6 times finer, and a slns'e potvnd would
ba tuflie'ent to encompass the gl Afj.
Tlt Erowror AlxAMrit b t decided that
libraries shall bo forme I In all tb a vessels of tba
Kuselan Navy w blch makt i Ion t voyage, and ba
ba ordered that a aum of SOU rouble (ball ba at.
once given for tha purpose 'rom his private puna,
aud that an animal aH'.wat.c of 60 roubles shall
Xm made to ever; ebln-t f-tbe-llna, tad tTtry
frigate frou t';e fiiao acgrce,