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NE WORK DAILY TRIB?NE.
VOL. X.....~NO 2rt79. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTO.
u n? THb"TL?., ??M-i? tfc?ci?r iuii,
?** '"'^J^aaeariwartm i* ????apar wewa;
_una?"' ?*? "** ~_~_ .a, u> ?" ,'J(%* ?' ?** D"*k
? ?MI *9 'rtW^?g| i?- *,"?)* "'P1*
fw C~-'? "f'y.yrjUto "i ?-?# for lorae
Tm L*rr Sr*?.-Tue supporters of the Tea
tibe, e'ter l?'D? Q0'** y *n(l dtcentiy l?d oat on
??????y "^t in l0* ^??'?'??b were *? astonish
j ^jt tb?y rtmainH in a perfect epileptic atapor
.?j Men-day a.ft?ru.i..o. As tbe hoar of five drew
vl/lk? ?'t?coi S"??te OmmB of Te i Dused tbem
tf!?es tod resolved on a dying efl'irt to resuscitate
jtt doobly rejected Tern and Cigara. They finally
?rivalled upon Assistant Aid Bait!* of tbe Eleventh
Wird to give tl eir la?t convulsive throe in tbo
tkape of a motion to IbmmUm tbe annihilating
Kit of Saturday, and concur wiih tbe other Board
j. eitibliabiDg the tea. Toe ??hum to rec ?aider
?U pn? *?d fort, 13 Toting njainat it, and McCar?
thy of the Fourth, Barr of tbe Mist. Webb of the
Breath, ??<< ?-nitb sj the Eleventh in itt fav>r ?
Preside it Starte-ante, tbe 0*jt> v afea f?r tea on
?tar lay. wu now, u it oagbt to be, agaianl it.?
?te ?-?opio of the Fourth, S.xth, i^entb and
Jifvettb Wards will be Io>ki.^j after tbeee two
tided Representatives of theirs ; there ahould be
tome weighty reaaon for thta su-Men change o
opinion, bat *nen pressed to explain we preaarne
tKe d&d^e will be ?? Oh, we or.!y ?? tedtoreconii"
?er?ofovirae we ah >uld h*v,; vota 1 a^ainat con
coieace." It'a very lucky that flat r^onaideration
tjiled?for the four yeas, we mean ; th? people have
l ready quietaa lor the Tea, if :t ahould ever ba re
?aided by the Co.ji i IL I or .IcLency'saako, kind
A*)ern/en, let the departed rest in peace; do Dot
wake the dead, torled, and (bat for your continual
^bttins.) forgotten Tea Table ! If yo-i won't work
for 14 per day, fay ao at once, and k?vo place to
those wbowill. Of CM thii.g be assured ; the people
will sooner do without your MrtioM and your dig
lit? than feed you at tlia pu >1 ? rrih. The fleih.
pota are gone beyond y oar powers o' restoration..
TbiCihsus.?Meeting of tht A**i*'ant Martkah.
?A mee iiig of the Aaaiatant Mar?nala convened
attfce honae of Mr. C. B. Foot? IS Chamber? at
iait evening, at the call of a Committee auggeatod
by Hun. H. F. Taimare, U. S. Marshal of tbe
Southern District ? t New-York, w en Mr. Hozekiah
?I B Chapman waa appointed Chairman, and J. L.
I Browne, Secretary.
Mr. Robertson of too Seventh Ward explained
fee object for which tbe meeti?.* waa called, and
doaed by recommencing a Com m t'ee of Five to
':? appointed v> have circulara print-d, with the
aading questioLS, fo'the pu".,oaj of having with
?tmiiica, the haada of wh.ch we.o cither not at
??rue or not able at the time to answer tbe qaea
Mr. Boll, Fourth Ward, opp aed t'i i motion , aa
(id aevcral other?. It waa finally lai ' on tb ? tablo.
Ur. Bobertaon of tbe rieventi m v d the ap
paiutment af a C>>mi,itt<.-e< f Fivj to ado^t a uui
torm mode of action. C?rried.
Tbe Chair then appointed L-onarl Hazeltine,
?fciottKn King, '?">' W, Lyoni, J. B. Woodbriige
atid Wni ?. fltafW/i aaid Commi: ee.
A motion to adjdnrti t'ei prevailed ?the meeting
tc be tailed at tbe pleoaore of tbe above Committee.
PiMtic FIieiTH?From the Ci:y Inapector'a
butka we mako u,) tbe following W.?eaiy Report of
Diaibj, in the City and Couuty of New York, trom
?l '?". ih of Jane to the bth day of J Udb 1U50 :
Ma., '.J, Woimw, ?*', Boy?, !W, Uta, 19 - Totti, ?78.
IPIIUlM. I Oi????L?. >IL<>t,l
Alice*?. 1 Dro-?uod.1 M u;?i.7
k.ta>.t'i"^? atarj.i )r?v i.aca?on .... 2
?ir..a fi. 1
E./.fO ul ?Ckl'd 4
i... i tMaaacs. i
B|ill^paj. I i'? ?xa. 7
Bryaipaaaa. - I r*t*y.|
Kv r. |l '.f.um?ate UlrOi. ?
?? puarpeial . 1 PI trtaj.I
** *oju\cH. [ ;U.i;j.e woiu >. I
" typLold... 1 3<rrj'?l4.;
lyutiua.... 4|4uaU pox
VuuauUt? .*. l,puu?.... <^.iim, (lui.
C tawa li.ruii'al7|Uout. lUpriM. ?
Croup.I lTf??ii?**~n I a? tlrraaa.2
C)utu*i>. lj?i.fl?,Q?D bowel? ,.' I io.i?uou ibroi I
Cuufd? ?ucl.. 1 -' ofluof*... kitlnewaMaw.&
kttiutiy.i< ?? afaaaaaaafe llWuraaa. 1
, Da.muni Tr?iu?. I " ul l;vnf . ?
j DikirkM.1u loMblty. ?j Tu^l.M
[ Drupty.<|Kare j.jiuidl?.. I
I Diup?y It, r?<ad..it>>M?>ruuiu*.lo|
kit- Under I yew, y7; 1 w 2ye?r? 4: ; 2ta5yean, 21 ;
*U> 11) yen?, ">? H>to a? yv*r?, [2, *? :i> S6ymn,l9j Maa
4?y*?n, JO, ?> lo Sei ye?/?, 11 ; *t> to H y??r?, IS ; ?
yt?r?, i, 70 to K(> yova, lj ?0 u> ;>? ;Mr?,6; ?hi lo loo
>??n. I ; utknown, I.
Pi.?i ??or NaTiviTV.?United guMM, IM| Irelsnd, ?]
taawiid, 10i Mcouwid, A ; W?.tuj, l ? U?rui?ju/, t> Kraocts
I kMi?M), i ; BwiuKriaiid, i i laary, i we?t lud???, i -,
It ?Down, a.
FkOM?Hi^apital, Bellevue, 8; Blo-imtn^Jnia Aaylumfir
l?.i?ne, I ; Ukid'? lkiaud, 1, City H,?,nt?,. I, Alm*-HouM,
lu? ?weir? luaDd, 4, Colored Horn-, 1. C n'd fara?n?, b
Tbia ta an incrtaae cf SO over ?tat ?oat previoua
tepeirt. Cholera lii'Vatum baa increased 10, con.
>V?ioua 7, diarrhea T, djaentery 7, lu?immation of
kowaia 5, maraamuf B. fevera have generally de
creued, apoplexy aiao. Tho correapooding week
'ut year ahowed Iff deatha?cholera being 317 of
?he number. Tbia give? t decreaae for the year
tnJudmg cboler?) of ioy, or 42 ^rcent. The run
ol principal diaeaaci comparea aa L.bwa:
IMaVltm.1 !w(9 iev)
1(k I li.limiuiD_:>l m
Gael M.-iiiu?.in o
CVm ??niptloe.48 ji
U'?'p?yln Hj.'!"i5 Jb
Iftfl?? o( Br?..:...|S g
I D? ?in. o[ I, i i(t,. | j g
Tbe atafaWtoj Unirtality amoug c'.uldren ia the
?tnt, and permanently the worst, feature in oar
aporta We bave this week $u:y per cent of all
tt>< deaths ander /?? years of a?:u, Jifiy-eipkt per
e??t aa-der/re. Jij.y per cent under two, thirty
M p?r cent under one year ! Of coarse this be
?ob of destraction among infaett ?weis tho native
a? rtiatj-nearly 70 par cent of the whole being
MU?? born. Tbe health of the lui, ?c IostitaUooj
'??'?ios remarkably good ; there Me ?boat 1,300
<?" ifranojon Wards Island, and only o%e death
r?ic^t?dfcr the week. There is aomo aizknoaa
^'a, but nothing of a virulent ty pe. Tbe weather
** ike paat week haa been very warm, and this, in
ion with the advent of tbe 4th of July, is
ae.tV.tu to account lor a much larger increase" of
?u rt?hty ihm we hlvo rccordej. The tempera?
ture has beru
un ::2 ? '? " ? ? '?.-7*
"*.? M M g ? ? ?.M
-1? WtflMtlph? uH * ? W.7b6',
?m. ??^^?XS*;^ ?
tF* THt im School Law ?k^?.
??ifr. btfa. tb. reach.? aJ??^*Y
?u?> o? th? ooantry *4cb?r, w?i fe* pr?.Bt ;? ?J
?J .? the Aon?i, Coove.,00 .a^L ^
*"? inwh:'h th. I.W wM,,Q ?72?
?*?* -I k. fa?, ?pfau^i. T.? Zm?Sl
?? atb^ct in Not?aber. * ^ *"
tV~ ^ e notice tmi.rp t? paiaenzera by tfc
Georgia our friend Jeaae H.G.les.wboleft The TV?
une e tab i? cae; t im>rg th- n lie?t of the Ca
fornia go'd huntera. Mr G. ?a? for a considera?!
per?i pu'la1 crrf th- Placer Times atSacramei
to City, where h? manacci to please himaelf, an
everybody else. We un,.'er?rand be has becom
perfectly aatia.ied with California, ar.<l, having ?<
cured a sba^e <>f her .iuit, gift )y returns to locat
in a country which baa other attrac-.i-na th ? golc
fy We had the pleaarire of a riait, yeaterdaj
from Hon. Kikball H. Dimmick, one of the mos
ataunch ard ecterprain? citizens of California. -
Tbel?at time the writer of this aaw J?caro Da
mick, was in tbe town of Monterey, where he wi
aasistiDg to frame that C<n?iitotion under whoa
abield California caiTis-ldmiasion to our Un;on.
Judpe I), look? ta bile and active ai then, and w
truat, when ho retiras to the Pacific Coaat in th
Fall, he w ill continue to do aagood aervice in tb
Whig ranki. aa he liai already done.
Ho?. E. G. 8<?iier.?Mr. Squier, our boll an<
energetic Charge to Central America, arrived yei
terday in tr-e Qmrgt*. Hia itay among ut will h>
brief, aa be intends returni kg to Nicaragua in Sap
tember next. Mr. 9. baa grown several abade
browner in the hot aun of the mid-tropics, but. ai h
informa us, he hat fully tested tbe lalabrity of th
Nicaraguan climate. We understand that he h?
in readiness for the prese a work on the prese?
condition of Nicaragua, which wiil appear oppoi
tunely for the numbers of Americana throngin
into that country.
More Stabbibg ? At about 6 o'clock Monda
morning a joung girl named Catherine Miooay
wit atabbed accidentally in a rencontre betwee
Jarees. Hamilton and John GaUagher, corner of An
tbony and Center ata. Tbe girl waa not ver
badly hurt. The men proceeded to carve ea<;l
other, one getting a cut in the arm, and the other i
?tab in the breaat, but no dangeroua woundi wer<
Departukk or the Guarih?The Seventl
Regiment iNational Guards) mattered yeiterdaj
afternocn in the Park, and, after a brief drill, pro
ceeded on their journey to Boston. They mado i
splendid appearance, and will have a hearty wel
come in the old cradle of Liberty.
Smuggling.? The Revenue officers at the quar
antne yesterday detected some of the paasengen
of a Bremen vessel in the act of taking ashore i
lar:;e quantity <f bristle?, nicely stowed awuy it
North America ? This boat, which etruck up.it
a rock below Newark, in the Passait-, on Saturday
morning, waa got off 8'inday afternoon by mean
of steam pumpa, and was immediately towed V
this City by the steamer M>he -an.
Fire?At about 1 o'clok Monday morning, i
stable on Twenty second it. between Second am
Third aves, waa burned to the ground. Twohor
ty A woman wr.i rescued from drowning ai
Bar? lay st pier on Sunday afternoon, by Chas. Cj!
Iiua, of ItS lloscveit-et.
f?y We refer our readers to the advertiaem ?nt
of our sM fr'eid, Col. Jonki, ?ale Sheriff of i-il? Coun-y
in which It wul be seen that the Co oosl baa departed frutu
fcii former m er,t'on, and opened !n exee.len'. ej'jnli.b
mtDt at Ute Htjhliods for trie eeaaon.
iy Mr. Wiloox'a U. 6. School Ageney for pro
i curing Tearbera, le. Is a very useful and thriving ;niiltu
Uon. .See hia a?verUaemeol on tbe 5ih paye.
The Fire?It is calculated that the whole l.*i
by tbe tire of Sunday will be aomewhere neat
? 400,000 ; the amount of Insurance, about A.
actual loss tl$0,000. In the storehouse where the
fire first broke out, was a great "?Qinttty of valuable
property. In the garret loft were 7>*o bales o?
hemp, the 11 -ora below were filled with 1,200 bog1*.
beada of sugar and molasses. 7,000 bags of flax
seed, 100 bales of goat skim, loo tuna lignum vi:ro,
rJ,o. 0 boihe'i of c rn, 7" biloa of gonoy cbtb, 7u0
bushels of ?alt, 750 b?rrela of flour, HO tuns of log
wood, 7C0 aa ks of aalt, ?OO ba*s anl MM kegs of
saltpetre. The wb<>le of the contenta and the store,
were cosnplete'y destroyed. The g >o la on storage
were estimatt d to b - worth about tlW.ooo. A list
of inaurancea baa been made oat which much more
than covers the Una?probably considerable pro?
perty hadbeen removed since the insurances were
effected. The list is aa follows.
AM,BaataW.lMtoi * ca. New York. UM*! A'
but), Ailary, ?5 (i 0 ? Aloany Muual. AlOauy. |M"*i
America, Pbilacelerila, |l''.uo"; Autrusta, Aa.-u>ia. Ol
?AM*); Broadway, New-Yoik. |A.iV'; Cut. do, |1CH>0;
l?ge, do 9'.'D,Cnl>? Eaai R;ver. dn, S,?*'; PVemeut'do,
fii.rti; Kiieoieos*. Aihuv. |o\M . FraaCita, B >?tjn.
SjlofXO; ?? iu k:m, r-rr.ia.ifli'bta, ||oic-r>; U?.?ral Mutual
Mutual, New York, $HHin, Howard, d>>. a/-1"""; Jrfl'rr
?OD.dc. $ll'.t!M-1 Ktiickerl'.H-ker, do, IllkWCi M? ?? .
do. $10,1 OC; MatlOMl do. I.'.i If?; Nr?-. Yora.de '
Kquiiable, d" * a, i-O; North Aasarka do.>
Wu:ua', do. ijli' f'iKi; L'nlied Sales, do, |t*,M| Lingua,
Leili |Iob, K ,. ?'.' >v; M??r.-i.nV Muiua., Bj;I. i |
Natioial, Boatoa,lia.SMi Nor? icb. Norwich. Coas
Tbe 1 od( lt.ii.il iu.urauio Cumpar.y be.? Jlu, :u ku tbe
A number of dw; lungs on tbe Hightl were on
fire at din? ,-ei.t tim a. among them those of Mr.
Carter and i f th i late Mr. Lewis on Columbia st
and one at the corner of Pineapple and Wiibw
sta. Many houses were visited by tiery showers
upon their roofa, and i- waa only by conatant watch
fulneaa that the coafiagrat;? n waa prevented from
visiting the center of the city.
The progTCBB of the flamea vu checked by
Thompson a fine store on the aouth and Trappe! a
warebcuae on the north, both of which restated the
moat terrible heat.
A cumber of v?asela 1) ing at the various wharvea
were in tbe most imminent danger, and three or
four were reaily on fire; hut they were towel
away from their danger.us po.iti >n by one of the
Fulton Ferry boats. The abk> John G Coster waa
fried conaidcrab'y en one aide ; a brig's atern waa
somewhat burned, and an open lighter waa very
Eighteen buildings, including the storage aheds.
were cocaumed. There is a hot tire in the raina yet.
Probable McRi)ER.-Tbe body of Jarais W, 1
who resided with hia brother, Davi i W. d, at Fish
ennana Hall, near the Penn, Bridge, was found
o? Sunday, in the water near that place. Tliere
waa a frightful gash, aa if -lone by a aka-p asd
heavy instrument, on the left ? ide of his face, the
cheek beirg nearly goce, and hia wriata were mach
bruised. From the wouida and other cireum
alances, arspicioni are entertained that be waa
Wriklt Report of Deatla and Interments in
the city of Brooklyn for the week ending July 6
iHseaif*.?Bronchitis 1, Casualties 1. Cuoaamp
tioi- :*, Convulai x.s % Choier? Morbua 1, Coogestiou
of Lungs ??, Dropay % Dropsy in th? Cheat*. Epi?
lepsy 1, Infra m m alien of Brain 1. laflam-nation sf
Beweis 2, Killed accidental 1, Malformation 3, Old
Ajte 1. (7i.kt.nwc 8.
Malee IS, Female? H, Adata \C, Child en 11 ?
Total 27. Inter mer, ta in Gr:ei?<?>J U ?
BrookJjn freund*, iroa? New-York auJ other
f ??ces, 2C.
LA BO? MOVEMENTS.
N Y. CiTT I&dcstrial Cowgres?.?We trust
that do Delegate will forget the change of locality
of Ibe next meeting, this evening, from the Opera,
live Bakera lle'l to the Supreme Coirt Room of
tbe New City Hall, (about the center of the build?
ing?entrance fronting the City HaM.) which hu
been granted to the Delectes from the Benevolent
and Protective Trade Asa ?iationa of New-York by
the City Authorities. The Constitution will be
firally disposed of, and the Congreas enter upon the
importad business for which it hu been called?
Meetings To Nicht.?N Y City Industrial Con?
gress, in the Supreme Court Room of the New City
Hall, Park ; Operative Stone Maaona' Chartered
Benevolent 8ociety, at Montgomery Hall, 76
Prince-et; Jouroeymen Umbrella Pram?; Makers,
at Military Hall, Bowery I Cigar Makera, at Tuo
mey's Fourteenth Ward " Democratic" Headqaar
ten, corner of Grand and Elizabeth it?.; Journey?
men Plumbers, at Keen s Fourteenth Ward Hotel,
corner of Grand and Elizabeth ata . Manufacturing
Jeweler?, at Riley's Fi.'th Ward Hotel, corner o'
West Broadway and Franklin sta ; German Tai?
lor?, at Scbaefer ?, Seventh av. between Sixteenth
aid Seventeenth ste ; the members of the late
Butcbera' Melting Association, at tbe H.de H jaie
corner of First-av. and Fifth at.
Liberty Party Caaveatlen at ?>ramee.
Correspondence of Tbe Tribune.
BvaAceie, Tnnraday, July 4.
Fkif.si.1 Griei-et : The Liberty Party Conven?
tion proceeded thia morning to the nomination of
candidate?. Tbe remit was the presentation to
the public of?
For (iotetner.?'?.I- CHAPLIN ofA'baoy.
>Vt ; irvi Hirtrixor_leaara Pi.ewaof EdeCo
Vor Canal Ccmmu'r...iuH* (' HiRaiNOTonof f)awe|(0.
for i'Ttion liai^tor.. .tt awii Pi cmh of Troy.
1 atated yesterday that tbe third resolution waa
passed; but only acme clauses of it were adopted,
leaving other clauses for consideration to-day. Tbe
clause for the prohibition by law of tbe sale of in
toxi; ating drinks vu discussed thia forenoon.
J. C. Hatbaway moved to iniert tobacco also
and stated that 500 out of 7C0 intemperate convicta
wbo were conversed with on thissubject,confessed
that trie une of tobacco had occasioned their idem
perasee by inducing a taa:e and a deaire for intoxi?
cating drii ks.
(i.rrit rjmith contended that the ?ale of intoxi?
cating driok? was a crime, bt-eause all the reauita
of their ur.e a? dnnkt are injurious and criminal.
There is m? safety either of life or property in a
commurity where such drinks are used. He c in?
tended that the moderate drinker was a drunkard ;
the only difference between him and tbe a <t being
that which exists between the pig and tfte hog. A
frund onie told him that he had observed that all
his bargains made before dinner were good ones,
while those made immediately after dinner were
bad ones; and be found the difference was occa?
sioned by theenVct on his mind of the wine he was
in tbe habit of taking at '!inner. It is true, he con?
tended, that the least quantity of intoxicating drink
disturbs to a greatrror lesa extent the serenity and
equilibrium of mind, and therefore the moderate
drinker is a drunkard.
Mr Pruyn and Mr. Jackson opposed the propo?
sition, insisting that civil government has no ri^ht
to deal With remote evils, Imt only loose which are
diticl/y spainst the life, liberty auf property of the
citizen. If all uura >m?lies are to be declared
criminal ard pumahed, where ia Government to
stopT The debate was earnest, and characterized
by many nice distinctions.
Thia, u well as the remaining clauses of the
reailution, aa 1 gave it yesterday, were unani?
mously patsed?those who opposed not voting
The kt:crr.oon it ?aimi *?i mainly occupied in
dis'Utsing the resolution derating slave-stealing
a high du'y la Wbiob. all true pona thropists are
bound to e-c^ a re. 8tca.i? jr meu Iota Slav?/]
denoan, ? aa the hit ht-at cnuM tuat ran 'ju com nit
ted against Nature ami Hod . bit tin) stuali.ig of
slave? into 1'reedorn tfey stm tioo ?;d sanctify a?
an ad of the highest lov, UaaaM, Thawo jvsa bo >,?
position to tois doctrioo, and the time ?as ooeapiM
by thu sgi et? ni the ut dcr-irround Ha.Imad in relat?
ing their experiences. Wru. L. Cn?olin stated
that since ilk- or*nnizati m Oa thia anti Slavery de
partirent :n New Vu.k la 1839, ovorkXOOOoltvoo
had fieen patsed in safety from trie Sooth to the
North! Ile stated tbe caaes of abjut abuuired
a aves wl <ae light to ire eo ira is now pending in
the various Courta ? f the Smth. Tnese caaea a-e
brought up tnrouph the instrumentality of the Agents
of lite Society. One family claimel theT freedom
because their maternal anccsior twocinturie? back
was a free wt man and was kidnapped into Slavery,
which fact, if it can be proved, will liberate all her
deacei danta, because the ri^ht of the mother, no
matter bow tar bark, is the right of all her descen?
At tbe evening session, the Convention beard
from Mr. E. B. Crocker of North Bend, Ia. who
gave a minute account of the late attempt to carry
off a family of Degrees, and of the trial, which re?
sulted in a judgment airainst him and seven others,
to the value of ti.e persons claimed aa slaves, and
costs, amounting in al: to over f>,000. Iq conse?
quence of the public excitement, the slave-hunters
had concluded to abandon the netrroes and sue for
their value. Tbey are now prosecuting forty or
fifty individuals of that section, ander the law tra
poaing a hue of lOQO for a? y interference in beba f
of runaway slaves.
It was proved thik those Slave? had been per?
mitted to crcts the obi? River at pleasure, and that
the) took advantage of this to make their escape.
The legal precedents declare a slave who crosses
tbe lice with tbe permission of his master becomes
a freeman; but Judge McLean, before whom the
case against Crocker and others wu tried, refused
to charge the Jury to this effect; and on tbe con?
trary, so referred to the matter aa to leave the im?
pression with the Jury that it was of no couse
ijuei ce ! Judge McLean ia declared to bo looking
toward the Presidency, and he ha? been prom: it
icg the United States Court, tbe highest tribual
for tbe guarantee of human rights, to the slave
power! On that occasion he overrn ed a d^cisi in
he made in Ohio some years since, and followed
the decision in the case of Prigs r?. Toe Sute of
Pennsylvania, from which he then moat ab y dis?
sented. The Judge seems to have ve-y much fallen
in tbe estimation of the Anti Slavery men, and they
are determined that he ?nail never be President of
Girkit Smith, from the Business Committae,
presetted the following resolutions :
Rnomd, That p?sate? events do but deap?m onr convic?
tion u.at a certain reunion la tbe ?realael bindraaes lo tb?
de.iverir.ee of in? aiava.
?sasSataf, That every eiaveholdlo? pnvareaMol Is hat a
r?riey , ate leal heaee if piratea invade Cuba, ?Jjudj Can?
esa. Brazil nr Georgia, n<-'e :? do mor? aaaaoo whv auo
>'? acdbeJ.evera'..! rl?QiauQ?dvii ?ovantaaeetabou d
aytrraihlxe with the itvaded lhaa w.ih the lavadlo? pi?
ratea. ^^ r
Rnoltti, That lb? fcersment ia deeply unltut, which
dlafraschUea woman ; wax? ; Uuuie?ltaaur,ie-ta to bay aod
?ell frre'y wherever tbev Ueaae; wbic'j permit? tb-? aa<?
et Intox?cala? dricka ; tnNet eocaumea Um earuir!j?a of ?.?
?object? :r. wa-i. ?bra Uilaratas aad prarucra land
BCrDopoli ; which refuaea to the accuasd or w any paly
Uttiaat. lie ncht of bea/mtt bta eau?? Ufad by JadfW
?cd rcrora. who ara Dot ueinbora of ancre* a -
or wheb aaccuona or pernu^ ibe maicb.eaa crtme of
RnJtti. Thai every member of ih? Liberty Party of tot?
8lae itcu d Ut: It to be t la firal duty tu that party, lo ano
aer.be axd pay for, and lo lodue? at least mm ochar paraos
lu.- hacrtkaac? pay fcr. iheLimnv Parry Paper.
H a^<a?. W'elta-a <aat Sicu-I R Ward pmpoaa? to
?aub.;?h a Liberty Par!> paoer m the dtv of BoMoe ;
HmelttS. Tberefcr?. tfcal we eomaMOd'blaa to ihe frioois
f r-?tieooacjvii (oven.meoi In New-Rcflaod, a?an ?Ai?
a-d-loquen advocate of tucb rov?rnii?til
Uarr.?i. The New York S^ie T-?mp?n?ice?-K-te<y hta,
.rtm ibe firat, pioc>ala.rd that the eupp'ee?aa oy eivu jov
WQrasai of ihe ?aie ut Intoxk-at-n* unoaa mm
treat roipb*tic*Jl) IndlaceaaaVi.e m um anee?a ol ihe
of Tra.i.erutct, and
H kariaa ai 1 a late aaooai meetlof.
Tftc.T.nni Us fc>aolanoo mat 1> Is grua?f
ibe ? ?-'jdi m Teaperaoe? lo ha roaaaesad with ?vjeural
parir? ? fc;ch rafuM to tavor lha adopiloa of ia? aliiaaald
I that a ??or bar of the Lib*tv Party
. o'ie jrpnoopled New-?ora ->U*
*rceSoc?i? ihai fi-? cao :j uue of ?Jjo ru a piil.eal
pa in r^
SI we ia,?",..!,.! Wi'Um tloyd Oar
? i^i. a?? ite A-err?, A-ti-i,av-ry S?i??y auw iM
at.airprctaeuukina, re^ruaxhea, aaa loo.otraue cjlraar??,
wk'eb i*ey suaV ; sad (fast whl a ot>.?r. ^-? , ? -- -
hUJ .. biS ,J-~ *"** W-J"" ?r? 1*1 'n-4thS*lM
i? i??, ia, .1 s . . .. _?.,- , ,.
Ikes? wto prora*, a, ??pa cfAa.r?esa ?Uva. ;
firaoW *?*?*??? That, laawr jad, m i .?,
,-",f.l'J^.hb,,,B'"r'f ? '?"?
?.aS?El? 1Vt ?????????? .aid CeanUtae
ty r?rr> *Upp0,t ^ 1,,e,n,*,r, of <*? aJ*?*
nsfSSSBj ArsarVaa Slavery woaid oa'eklv exaa?. w?r?
52 "?K?^S ^?lap?oduV?. ?rt AAT?CtaTfir!
du tes the motiva tos?a, doss there!), mM* ?ta .
tossMB?^r?fora, that tbe eoasomarsof the prol SS* of
American 6?sv.,; ?ra.moo, ihoa* ?no %r, in^laaaalltjl
tb* etmu.uar ca aaS tat taa sin of Aeaariean sha vary
H ??.?m. lh? po?*r of .he Lil-ert? p%f;v ,?i, . 3;?T-rT
would be Immeeaorably InereaW "hy tl* ??.unene* oiiii
m?mr*r? froina.av, pro.iu.ce?
???oi*r*\ Tbara/ora. that ?e en?*-?! ?bother II U not tha
duiycf Itieos al. lu puiifywid ?uBtl<ih?c their ?oilaaod
eotfirm tieir Arn Sttejj ?DlB?rltT 0Tk?opu!,, ^ ?-t
deitylDi rr.Miur? ? " " * r * *"
*?*?**!*? Tuallftba ArMclcenColorilrrulon Society nauat
Uke to U he lia sny p./riiou o,' our free colored people, we
?hon d paasrj prt-fVr ib?t II >* thai portl >o of kaass rullty
of ibe ut?.-hery and hasenni of belonging o pro-Sisvery,
eccir?aii.eal ax,l oro?i*v*ry poli keel nart?ee.
lUtolid, Thal ih? hatred with which William H ?award
U pnrtnad on ?. ...uni of bla ?eciaration ilm ihnre la aa
anthorliv big bar i lian lhat of hntoan na, firniahe* another
patafui ?vkrnc* of the political alheUm of s lar?e ab ?re of
tb? An.? .tc?n sa
R..o?tr<L, That wa Invite the friands of righte>ua rivli
f-overc.nj.-M. lu i;;<-ri la National Convention, in lfc -
Uawet-n. on b" fir.t Wedreaday of 0"nbtr n?xt <
atop raises?1 swaaiwaiakwrwswMsaws for the Praia
sod V.i. ? ? ?<fina Toiled ??aie*.
. h? ^_i* a. wa*.
Tke A m* rie nu Coaaal?The Prlaonere-Prea?
en: tttate ol M! il. ?.
Ilivsna Correapoodeore of Tbe Tribune.
U*vA?A, U'edcesuay, July 3, UM.
Jrfr.rri. lirtflty A- UcKlratk
The Congr? si, bearing the broa i pensant of
Commodore SJcKeever, hM been in port severa
dsys, having arrived off the Harter the ?7th u't ?
The saual national courtesies havebecn exchanged
with much apparent cordiality.
Tbe purposed violence to the Consul has nit
been perpetrated. Hia liouse hu been isTCsmtoal
several nights by roflii-i gan/s, varying from '. " I >
.'?0 io number, but not the slightest iasult offered
to the inmates, or attempt it entrance mado.?
Whether preparation for their hospitable) recep?
tion, or their natural pru 1er., e. suggested a more
convenient sesscn, I do not know.
Another idle gasconade hu been traveling from
lia to lip to dsy : " That if the C.insal presamos to
hoist the National Hag to day, the Catalan* will
t'tir it down." The flags will goto their accus
tomed place, at h;a office and rijsidence, and wave
in safety over the heads of tho populace. A few re?
spectable persoLS have been occupied in cr?ai ng
the excitement s-'smst the Consul aad keeping it
alive, but they have not been sustained, ss they an?
ticipated, by tht-ir countrymen. If any miachwl" is
done, it will be at an ungna'ded moment and, as
any other similar crime ia committed, by the vilest
creatarea of the community.
Tue aloop of war (i^rmantown, followed the
frigate Congress into port, and they reit erncefully
npon the waters of the upp-r part of tbe harbar.
The Albany is looked lor every mom.-nt from
i'ensscola?arid we wait with much anxiety th ?
mailadue tomorrow, by the Isabel, to learn the
course ?ii>;'ted by the Government, for adjustment
The paitiea arrcated at OsWsjMSJl of which you
wit,, ?.ivia.il in my laat, ?'ill remain in durance.
Mr Uolando, it seems waa the offender, in exul id
ibg the rmrcas*ion cap, and Mr. Doyle tbe abettor,
by beim' in the same room : seri jusly there is no
other offense? for which two American citizens, in
the panait of hon eat business avocations, under'lie
sanction and protection of treaty stipilati ..is, are
treated wih the grossest indignities within the
reach ol Spanish malice.
A fr? m of the parties ca ne her* to enlist Cie
air) of (ienrral Campbell, aa.i called alo u>,:i
Comm?more Mi rCe?-ver, but m-itner Old a->y power
to act that wot Id be ri sj*i M d hy thll iovorumdnt,
snd therefore r-iuld pot i m me. lately interpose?
Mr Doyle I'M been rrl.ia.d fon pris in, but re?
mains und. r arrest until f c military tribu?ala can
iaSpOM (f him.
Tbe iH'jna tie Li Sfinw, has a ve-y pontol
thrta' in its nui.il'er of .lu!y 1st, sat-ctioaed by ne
(Jovernmerit Censors. KM LhsTrsstbrt), by approval,
nf the hifiheat authority?in whieh Anijricin roai
denta are alluded to. They a.IVct to giveiccr./? of
caution? ander the supposition of criminal artun
BgaissM the ?. veri,o;i nt I lirtve been m .ch among
Am?ricain, and Ido cot yet know toe first one,
who woaid consort with plotters against tie
Ooverxment. They may speak of occurrences
about them, not in tbe epirit of hostility?bat with
the wish, per ha pa, that some of the legal evil*
mifjht be remeiied by their wise men?and that
tbe pre?, i.tditli'-ultiea might be soothed and settled
by a delivery of the prisoners. Tne article is writ
ten, r.ut with mm h reflection, I deem, and forget?
ting that where there is one American here, en
gsged in bosines, there are thousands in that
teisbbcring land," of their own citizens?theirowo
kiodrec. who write in no gentie terms of the elov
rrtmeLt atad people?speak and act as tbey please,
Tbe Falcon ia in the offing, which compels me l>
close, ss the (ieorgta will only wait exchange of
Tbere have been twelve arresta? of Creoles in
the vicinity of Cardenas, in tne past week, o i sjsj*>
picion of tremoi,able practice?that is, the pre
lumpticn to ttink. As ever, your deroted, n v.o.
Tke I'. H, Censal at Ilavanau
We learn by several passengers who arrived
jes'trilay in tht- (Irorgxa, that tha position ai Oen.
Campbeil.the U.S. ?oniol at Havana, is one of
( i. ? ; .. i,r , al ssTSJgsjBjt aTaVsfl I Basai t./
the number of 4? and '?0, nightly sarroand bit boas?,
ind wtuld fave stormed it ere this, had they not
been ?r.iinMated by (he preparations tor its de
iecse. several of Gea. Campbell's friends remain
witb him, and tbe Louse is wellsnpplied with arms.
In sddition to tbit, a tompsny of twenty five Ame?
ricans, who are work'ug in a machine shop near at
taid. have secretly armed themselves with re
volver?, and are in readiness to leap to his rescue
itan inatai.t'a warning. His bearing vu uniform?
ly brave and determined, and the Americans in tbe
citv bad little 'ear bat that he woaid bo able to
csir.tain bis position, and the booor of hiscountry.
Our Havana correapondentixiafirais this account
n the toiiowing letter, which was written previ?
ous to tbe Georgia's arrival
Kavtna Correspondence at Tbe Tribune.
Havas?, Frtdsy, Ju* a, ISM.
y/iitrt. li'teUy ir XcElrjlh.
Although 1 bave sent yoa by the svhr. Orb, for
Baltimore, tbia morning, a brief sammary, I am
ooxopehed by the developments of a few a mrs to
a.ldrrss you th s evening, by the Child? Htroid, to
leave in tbe nnrntng fit your city.
An attempt to anail the rendence of tbe Ameri?
can Conas.1. U ia whiapered, will be made to-night
or to-morrow ni>;ht l.y a p,>rtion of tbe Catalan vol
aateers- The mf rmatioa seems to be weil de?
rived, and comes through respouiOie and respect?
able channels, yet names cani.ot begiveo witoout
coicpromiaing'friendly parties. The oadition of
tbe Co> suis family at this moment foro>ds tbe
thooebt of movma them, or perhaps he ojuebt com
pry with tbe reqaeet ef Capt Lowods and place
them on board the Oermantown for safety.
Tbe Consul hss not felt mclmed to retire from
his txeitwo, althoueh be bas been urged to to so,
for tne resson that he woald be coodemned by
those personally b ?tile to kirn M having deserted
hia post, snd, it would be alleged, tnihtnu eint?
Howeve?, the conBnement of rus daughter, Un
gloo. and indisposition of other members of the
familv. preclude tbe aecessity of other ar.-irn?nt ?
MDiiu'ey. Tre ?*Vrm?ot.'wn is 'i a-.'^t ou:
iKie. aid .1 the bousw ia invested we shall do as
weJ m we eeo, andwe hope to keeo clean fto
banner that will float over aa outil commatucataon
c?o be ffit.'r with her.
ernmet.t reach the trround. I t
tie need will be found wanti.i?. bat I mtv be mis
e will he three or four friends with f
sol until these excitements are passed, bat ? t psjrf
well provided with defensive materais.
Jtan '..'y ?The eight ha? passed without the
purposed desnorstra'.iort a-'ainst tie Conaal.
Today being tbe feaat day of St Pevr and St.
Paul, tie " Vt-aperc? Scilisnoa" may ha''e/err<?4
for to-night, as a gatheriag can be better a
fn m observations under the asnal festivities or the
occasion. The trial of Mr. Johnson ha? not yet
closed, bot we bave no new arrests am>n< atraa
gers since those reported in my last
IwW ortedleni servant, ?VV?0
THINGS ON THE ISTHMUS.
Dealfaa on the l.thana. The Kallrond Price
of Ti, Uei?-?MbwSSSwsbwM Pn???n?era,
P??*M?, Thursday, June 2', It?.
Vfwra. irrttiri 4/ UeiUrath ?
The steamship? Panama. Isthnn? and New
Word left this pcrtdorinT the week tr San Fran?
cisco, taking on board about 1.200 passengers
among others Thomas Hyer and Country Mc
Cluakey of New-York.
Tbe dysentery and P?nama faver sre pr?vii?ni?
here to a considerable extent Some 30 em grant?
waitict; or passage on the ?Sarah Sanda, New-Or
leats, ll< public and Northerner have lately died
he'-. Vesrerday Mrs. Hardy, w.?eo' J. C. Hardy,
and F. VV. Harr, a merchant here, departe l thia
na Rai road appears to be ?iban ! med.
Very if ?? leo as I atartaaood liere of its ever be
?i K i' M ir.y ou?in?ssrccnof l'ius-na,
and otf.er?, are about proceeding tu " rLialejo," the
portoo too Pos?a side, where it is believed the
Nicaragua NMstO wiU DM
The vvtit Point, 'v,ij:aai J. Pewse* New-Or
Icaii- ' m Ni'-i'?rner, st-amers c-rn'ri^'
roan:-:.. Bora* ho*0 ajot ?ot arrived ia Panama,
though <iBny expected. Busiueaa in Panama is
rather dull, and rent? are de.:liaing.
The gambiers, ticket brokers and azenta of
steamshipa and sailing vessels are making ?one
money, thou.-h not a ?rest deal. Drinking is in
dolmaj it! b> excess, aid many die from partakiug
tco treely ot tbe "creature com'orts."
Sailing vessels are car?) in?' pasiemrer? from
Paxama fo San Francisco tor 1150 steerage, aid
MMctkisV Steerage tickets on the Sarah Sands,
? icoi.d trip/ sre wi'ti- .-. i.n the No* Orleans,
MOO) on the Northerner, OVOO, on the Republic,
? 175. When theae ships arrive here, t'>> ir tickets
will advance to iJOO,or upwards.
It rams m Panama every day, and th? placo is
c.irty and disagreeable.
Lrt t o man, consul: ng his comfort, leave N -w
York tor San francisco without pro urinsr a
The pa??ing?ra dttained n Panana, holding
tick -is lor the second trip of the Sarah Sauds, held
a me. tir.-? in the l'iara square, on t1
the Ml Jane, Mr. Webb of Vermont, Chairman,
and Isaac A. Stevens. Secretary, at which denun?
ciatory resolutions were passed.
; aaseoger?, it is ruxu.-cd, intord to prose?
cute th. StooaM r New Or!ea.is ss soon as a ie ar?
rives at t-an Francisco, for damages sustained be
detention on the Isthmus. Tney will lay their
damages at $1,000 or tl,500 each pasaeuger. They
fave taken 'he necessary utlidaviU hero to have
tbtirrasu fairly made out.
We bave received by trio ?eorgta our Uthraus
papers and correspondence to the Ms] ult.
A collision.which resulted in loss of life.'ook place
between some Americans and natives at Cbagrea.
aal ort time since. It originated by two Anu-n ana
striking some nativca, who upset them in a canoe.
Blows were resorted to, and afterwards lire arms;
the beii'^er-nt? shooting at each other across too
>i*er. lu matter was dually settled by the A'
ca;de and trie American Consul. Oue native waa
killed, and two or thrao others seriousy wounded.
There is decidedly a better fevliasr growing up
I-'tween the Americans and the native pop?la
t, h, and we think it wh....'y in conse-j ten? MJ D? a
frr-ater tiecorum boisaj Manifested by the fjrinar;
there is Lot lhat evident dosJtVJ U> rnah inUill.-ir
churches Tbe curiosity of many ha? passed away,
aid li.ev MO tftat .hey are treated civilly whjn
they use civility. [Panama Kooo.
Tbe departure of the 1st imus and other roojoto,
f r Ssn Frsncii"o, hss taken away a great portion
of the eraieraDt? for the gold PJsnM : yet oth-?ra
keep j cunt L'm that were detained on the Is'nmut,
while many look wiih anxious expectation for th j
arrival ct tbe Sarah Sands and other vessels to
bear them away from this place, in whi?n they are
so unwillingly forced to remain. The hustle about
the corners ha? somewhat abated, and ticket
brokers and speculators have some breathing time,
to recuperate for the next arrival. After a st >r ji
generally comes a calm. [Panama Echo.
We make the following extract from the Isthmus
correspondence of tbe Courier ?r Eni/uirer
The propeller Chesapeake waa lying- at Port 8t
Uueniii.e, about 200 miles south of San Diego oat
ot fuel ; her passengers had le't and bad proceed
ed overland. Some of tbem were at Sin Dugo.
Mr. Cox waa lying very sick on board when last
heard from?about the middle of May. Toe Ore?
gon passed the Columbea? between San L>n?ro aal
Monterey, bound up???well on biard. Also, the
stesmer New World from Paatma, within a der?
sail of Acapclco , all well. Tbe weather along
the roast wss ?ne and perfectly healthy. Tne
British frigate Inconstant waa at Maxatlan on th?
l thJune, inteading to leave for Kogland on the
iloth mat A number of emigrant? bad arrived at
San Diego on the fth June; among them wa? Capt.
Chapman's company, from Texas. Most of the
passengers at Panama, bound to Sau Fr a
had left in the steamers and sailing vessels.
A Mr. S.'iephard from the Western part of the
State of New York, died on board the Oregon oo
ber passsge down. He was very sick wnen taken
tn board of the steamer at San Francisco.
Please to inform emigrants coming out here, that
they bad better not pav a premium for dim**, aa io
nearly ail tbe hotels, ?c , they now pass as in the
United States, ten for a dollar. The little steamboat
Raphael Rivas, sent out to run ou Cna/res Hirer,
can get within fifteen or twenty miles of Grgona,
and is almost a failure. The engine of the steata
boat Telegraph baa been taken out, and ia on
board the brig Footer, LovelL to sail for New-York
oo the Mtk Tbe Telegraph will, in a few days,
be towed to Navy Bay by the steamer Orus, mere
to be mace a store ship of by tbe Railroad Com
par.y A schooner and sU/ip arrived yesterday
from Jamaica, with emigrants ; the greater part of
them will stsy it Cbagrea
FR8H THE MB M S AND CHIPOB.ii!.
ARRIVAL OF TUB GROROIAu
Tbe ?. 8 Mail Steamship Georgia, Lieutenant
Portib, D S- N. commanding arrived at tins purt
early yesterday morning, bnoging the mails frjm
California to June 1st, under charge of Mr. W. A.
BirLiT, L. S. Man Agent
We are itdebted to the gentlemanly Purser of
the Georgia, to Mr Bayley, and to the Expreso
Lice? of Adam? A Co. and G-egory A Co fjf the
prompt delivery of The Tno%*es papers and dis?
The Georgia sailed from Chagres on the 5?'.h alt.
and from Havana oo tbe 4th ?M. At the latter
place she left the stesmship Falcon, which arrived
from New-Orleans on the 3d. The U. S. ships
Conrrett and Gernantovn wero lying in the
Among me passenger? who arrived in the
Georgia are Hon. E 6. Sycua, U. 8. Charg? to
Centrai America, and W. Wallace Lcla.sd,
Ksq. of 8an Francisco, late co-proprietor of the
The Oregon was to sail on the 1st of July, and
was the only steamer in port. There were 1,?j
pessecpers oo th? Isthmus, waittas; to go oo.
The Oregon passed, oo her way down, the fol
I ?wiBsj steaeeers boae-i to 8an Fraseo?, m : IS*
( of Jane, Caiiiornia, Tenneaea?, ?ta of Jane ; of/
, 8sn Diego. Cehunha?; 19th, Panai.? , 0J m
Isibmos same evening. New Wot d.
The Georgia briaga over thirty ?trinsl letters,
the la gest mad y*t Ira? California, The Oregon
brought down 250 pasaensjara.
The Georgia left Havana oo the 4h of J?lT M
6.30 AM and made her run to New York ia tssrea
days ?hoars ; left in port the D s m,-ata Coo
sjrajsj) Commexiora Mi Koever, an I me tk?>po< war
Gcrmanb.iwo.CapL Lowndes, swawawl ao>i orear
all welL Comrr? dore McKatver oad si lotervtew
w iti ! e rapta :.-1 era , a d * *< stsTsjsjsyrj sat
uh.'.wit the ris- *. of it. the ?.
every issursme th.t the prisoners wTsjawi soon be
i liberated snd harmony restore?!.
The prisoners art) at present ander th? control
, ot Admiral Artero, wh - will give n> i sssrssjsjtoj
in regard to them, and ciders entirely in his viesrsi
; from th? Captain-General. Aa iuvesti<*tiuo hast
' UK, n j ace an 1 the Captain-General is of "piaioa
that mar y of the passengers are entirely innocent
of any intention of disembarking on the I aland of
Cuba, bat were under the impression they wens
boand to Chagre?. Admiral Armero is in favor of
tbe harshest meuuxes, and it ia ?aid has treated
the prisoners with : r, a cruelty. A report wast
c rculeted previoats to ?he ?ailing o? the Georgia,
trat nine of them had died from i:l treatment-*
Great excitement prevails against Americans gen?
erally?mora so since tlie news of the bununa; of
the steamer Guadalifuiver arrived in Havana.
It Is generally cons' ?r-r-d to have teen dorm oa
parp?se, ts an act o: rjta.iat a. Tnere is ?'>*?
irrest excitement against the American Coosu',
Mr. Campbell, on aeconn' of some ??t'ers fce ... te
to tbe United States Stat .'?piriu nt, r. djeung,
in Uw opiaionof the Spaniards.) oa their navy and!
militia. The Consul u ot.iued to keep hi* boeas)
totaBeW, and ready at ei.y moment to repel an
attack | he hu been three'.- n-.-d with uiMsioa
lii a in anony moua otters, aim does not consider hat
life, and that of his family, sai?. The Consul taksai
th'1 ground that th. capture o' the two v?asela wast
sjsa ai t. iu wi ich he ii supported by all for?
eigners aim .suie ricana iu lbs devana.
Tee Bptr.iardc are usemhung a large naval fore?
at Havana. Three frigates and two brigs havsj
just arrived from Spain to joiu tiiu a?, ladrunof Ad
mirai Armero. The Catalan party, at the head of
whom is Admiral Armero, are sirvu?.ly in favor of
wsr. In tbe meantime, the volunteeis are drilling
daily, ?.el aniooiit now to 5,000 men.
Tbe pMsougera by UM Georgia wer? allowed to
?:o on shore until the arrival of the Falcon, whew
strict orders were given that no cne shia'df-ata
the ships , this, no doubt, tu kwtoj to au rua sjsj wa
received by the Falcon, by a spy, wlm came out ia
Tbc OtMfJa was detaine ! four day? in Havana,
coaling aiid waiting for tho Faicou. The latter
vessel IS Ia lud to Chagres, With eb ul lift, pat
The ?SrWfJi brings homo the captain (A. S.
Cates) arm crew of tho bark Lu?y Ellen.
Mr. Lklimo has kindly turmsbe I us with to?
following t&i-le of the Emigration whi.h hu passed
through Chaires sima Jan. 1 :
By iinenier Empire City I,8I0| By et?ea?er Ohio. MM
i'reacenl?LSSaj fu. Ue pme 71?
lieorKla ....3,1?? Ka-.ny. 110
Alabims_ *?e>ialltaf vess-n. 1,1"0
Cberukee .. ts*?| -.
From our complete files of California papers, we?
take the following additional items :
(llnasnrne of Eleven Amriicno? by the Y assumai
In.linn? 1- uriner Pantcuiare.
We extract the followin? details of the recant
mas?a, re at the croMingof tbe Oawava?w, from tha
Sucrcvietito Tramcnpt of the -l?iri ult :
By a dispatch from Abel toaras, ri ?t ahalde of
the district of Los An?elos, sent by 8xlreur.iio.ary
express to Governor Borneit, we If?-., -i f,M.i?y.
i.*; ?eoie. Oa tha Vlitof Ao/il sis mt >** V -try
Compaty crossed over ice Culo-a-io to Um Most
can sida tor the parti?se of Mssstoa war the nni
mals of some Sci?oriena ; tssa rest ot |hsj ?inoeny,
tiumbeiii.g eight, remaini." on th?. Am-rice-i aida
of tho nver. Three of too company l,.l. ;.,o ha
si and were cutuog poles iu sXMM w ?id near th?
ferry, at.il while thus engage 1 ?ome lii'teeu or
twenty of the Yuroso Ii.diins carne t> then, say?
i i g that the captain ot th?- terry had sent them to
cut the poles. As t'-ey had r evt-r he tore b<ej tn.a
employed, their motivos were m. rutted. A hat?
chet, however, was given to onm of t'iejs, w.th
whi. b he rummericed cutting, and ha was smm ob?
served to strike very near thei bead of one of th?
Americans The Americans hereupon dew their
pistol?, and the Indians ran, rinssssj round ' o wardst
the nouses belonging to the cimpioy. The threa
Americans started for tbe kaWASSw al* ? : hunn'ore
gelling out of tha woods they heard a yell, and asj
thsy emerged from the broth into the <>?fri o ?untry,
the Indians fired apon them. Ther-- bein< hula
ehar.ee of escape, the party cmim-toced Urina;
back, running at the sa ne ti am to gai. tue h ?uaea.
They succeeded ia gaining saMaf houi-s, wiara
tbey found tho dead body of Giantm. tit-? captain
of the Ferry Company.
They next ran to a Mexican camp in the neigh
borboejd, but were there refused a-imifance. Tbey
then fled to the river, and saccieded in gottlag otf
from tbe shore in one of their boats Tha Indiana
now commenced shooting bslls and ?to a? at theaa
from both banks, while the party burned dowa tha
river. After rowing 14 miles, they found they tad
outstripped the Indians, and they landed opposita
a placa called Algadoree. That night they Wt>it
14 miles down the river, bu.lt a raft, and no tha
24th croued the CJotorado. Dario*? tbe ?4th tna
party changed their course and went up tin river,
ami in tbe coarse of the day tell in with a party of
Iodians, from which they w?-re fo'taiiat.? eanogh to
escape. Pursuing their cou'se op the river, thaw
traveled all night on tbe 24ih. and at daylight oa
the morning of the - 1th they reached the M ?.ca?
camp that wu at the ferry wbere tbe Indiana' at?
tack commenced, having been without food s-o a
12 o'clock at noon of tne 23d. Fr;m the ftf.-xi-.sa?
the party learned the fate of the rest of their com?
Gianton and Dr. A. L. Lincoln were asleep, each
in or e of tbe houses. A Mexican woman saw tha
Chief of the Yumss enter the hoese in which tha
Doctor Isy and bit him on the bead with a stone,
whereupon he rosa to bis feet but was immedistelw
killed with a clob Another woman r*l?ie?i tha
death of Gianton in the same menn-r. The threa
others wbo remained at the houses were killed, tna
manner not known, bat none of them bad an op?
portunity of killing an/ of the Indians. Tbe parry
also learned from tha Mexicans that tna six who
m SS. d the river with tha boat for tha Botwiaog
were also killed by tha Yamu Tne r?-:iei of lira
were brought over to tbe Mexican side ar.d burned,
ss also were the bodies of Dr Liu&Ao, Glanlou, and
the rest of tha five wardered at tha booaas. Dr.
Lincoln a Jog and two other dogs were tied to bit
body and that of Gianton, and Darned alive with
them. A larga quantity of meat wu throwa into
tbe fire at tha sama trima. Tha ho usas were also
burnid down, and tha bodies of th* other tbrea
Americans, named A. Joonat?, W a. Pewit and
John Dorsey, were consumed with tr,-m
Tba tames of tha five others hilled in the boat
were Tbos Harlin, of Texas, Henderson Smith, of
Mo., JoboGunn, of M> , T"-a Wilson, of Pnile>
delphia i James M. Millar, I J ti? John Jackson,
a colored man. The names of tne parties killed at
th? house nava been given. Dr. Line?lo wu of
8t Louis. Mo. ; John J Gunion of Sao Ant.oio,
Texas, John Jackaon of (faW York, VVa? Pewit
of Texas i and John Dorsey e.f Mo. At the tira ? of
tbe massacre Dr. Lincoln bad in hia possession
?ifi.OoO in silver, and bat ween t ?0,000 aod IS" 0<g)
in if, d, beioogiag to the Ferry Company, which M
appears hu failen into the ha^ds of tha Iaeliana.
Tkw) I as tan Treaty.
The following is tha Treaty concluded by Oen.
Green, of tbe Cafifornia Militia, with tha loiiaa
Chiefs Weima, Buckler and PooUsjI, of tha Sacra?
mento Country :
AariCL? 1 Heiicetbrth and f r?vsr the Ameri
csn cutters and the several tnbes sforemeutioaad
shsll live m peace and friendship.
Aar 2 Baoald any fndisu beboado? to ettVr ai
tha bttore meationad tribes comaau any saardar,