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THE POLITICAL FIELD.
KX-GOV. l.It.U.H S DKCIiAltATTON. U1? ___U_______M| TO tClKlM TIIK NOMINATION OF tub .xMii-i!??Mt natocaan ron Qov_-ti?N_?n ?HIS sri'.KN.tiH At A AMRMS, I rat? tub KF.i.ri.ti-. coRRKsroatir:*?.- or th* Twntt'ti-iM r_llLAi>F.nriilA, Jilly 10. ?Thi' hank rxi>rc slon on the part of ex-ijov. William 1.1 der of his wlllluf iiess to accept th?-. nom in ata?? of the Pennsylvania Ik* tuocracy for Governor, If tendered bim by the Krle Coa Tentton, will delight a gi*t-?t many people who have bee? looking altout for a candidate ?sith qualification? poi_M_-B??d by iii-n?- of the aiiiinti.iti? local politicians who have tims far put then tee it lag foi ward, ami his statement that hi? personal ?te-iros do not 11? lu that direction will no1 be doubted by tin*? who know that he has r? ????.ittallt declined to neuter public li:?-, ?a.? ? be left Die I'lilted .Utax?Hecate in 1 ??G1. It Would hate advanced the ex tioveiti it's B_______S of ol.talniiig- the nomination If be had kept out of the Held until the Convention in. t, and left the shoal of stnall fry candidates t<> destroy one another; but ?neb a course wa? not consonant with 1.1s frank nature. He bad e.'en pros?;-?! ide months t?> p_f___ the use of his ham?, and as roon aa lie bivi nu?.!, np ins ininti on the iineatiou be.spi-kei.it Now all h.s rival-? w11 tall upon hint aa tlie unit c. iilnl tie el National oi traft State repu? tation, and Um tiiii.it- is thal theft will oombiuo tt defeat lum. Th?< ? an -I desire oh ti.?' peel of the maasis of Ute Dt_ta_(nt)f tO tOCari a M-Oag and able mau for tb?_r ?tainui ? t><-?ut tats ye.?:- ma] , however, control the action of the Con*, em Uni. Oov. Digler ?.ni- two terms In the State Senate from l>e_trfleld County, and wa* f-penkerof that body ?lining hi? second term. In 1 -.".I be w as ?IseStd ?)ov?-ruor over Oov. .lolmstoti, the a li I it nominee, on the IttBtB prof-PnU??! by the compromise of ls..O. Mr. Pillmore'B Administra ti.?ii did not support Mr. JohnsUm and Mr. li- ?',? t got the vote of what wert called the " Cott?>n Whigs." Ile i___i_-lt an bom-nt und eilt?, i? ni ex'-outive, ami was unanimously r.-nominal. ?1 in lt?01. but in tin- moautime the pin nome hal Knott Nothing ino-,(incut bml ?prong up. Mr. Pol? lock, the Vt'l'lg cal?llala.?', tta? ia?, or? ?1 by the Know Nothing? ?nd was el. I l?d by 4 i.'ssi i.n.i tit.v. 1 he Know Nothing I_-ifl.?_atu-?_ chosen ti? .t year tall? ?1 in 1858 ti? eloet a U. A, *t?-:ist'.r, tftet u?-g' Utting with Mr. (.aiuium all the m-??ion, ami lu the Pull ti.. lunns rats bviu.il a inal?irit> ot tht moip an i rtecte- Oar. i:i_rier. Ula tera began In the month of Marah Is r rt lie wns elected and ? tpntsl in IStL biiac thcu he ha.? hi 1.1 no <.1!ir?>. I?uring the war hi* record trat Baot, at ..nab'.c, .uni in lfm ha t. a? a -_t_a admette tf tht Ih-Stn of hat patty with th.- Ia bera.?, doing taiattt tv arti at tiic P.alliinoti ?'?nvetiti.in to promote t!.?; ?uti. It.* ntl,) be ha.- ?!?? ??otod hi-, energies tt ttdthg the C< Dtei .?tal BxhtMtton and ha? nct?d as Ita g?m ral llnaiu i.il igont. Of the . sin-iiglii o', lilt- lumlidacy there can I?.- ii" <nio*?tion. A BINO-BULED CITY. THK rrrr?:*.ri.(iii uim-.-its i KAOnaa?lTt MCtnoDf ?ITS llKl'KAT LAS I 1AL' OWIX- IO TOS US C**_n____nor raxaiio-t?what miy iiaitkn nu r i ?.?.-. fFfUlM A ??TIFF ,<>I.I'K.SIOM?i:VT OK TIIK TUIIUINK..] I'lir?in i:?.ji, July 6.?A heavy niiiiiK'ii>.i_ ?iebi, (?uviiitiiiy ?atraailag feaxstloa, iii-paved stricta full *.f iiiin and liol e akara traHe_a_h_ aeatrlttt, aad ?l.a-i.nt boulet arti? in the r? luote ?ubiubs win ro nols ilt Ina?; ? ??.-iitial impi.'ti imn ? wholly n?-g lecttd, or project? '1 oh ?a? txpentt.?? a icaie that their ?ompbitii'ii Is pi-nbieiuatleal ; in lignant tax-pa.? e: -?, an.l ?iti.-ials grown ?uiLU-ii'y rich ?ni small sala rltt -tliosi- are a few of the naMHag signs of a liiigiuiei c.t>. They nil ?__Jat ta Pttlshargh, The knot of lbj.-ii'ii'an ptHtteltna who tda___ettt tht affair? at theclt.v for their yatton ti beucht is not as close a cor? poration *?- was tie i'al Tweed liui^ in New-York, nor are its Bt-hoil of plumier ?ptite so systematic ami j thorough a? thoo of tht Mt .?tenons Pilgrims lu ? l'i.ilatlelphia. In proportion to ii? opportunity, | hewartr, Ita operattoaB have been pr.-tty aarttatlta. j The ? Im 1 in.ii,a_? i of tile Pittsburgh Ping, according to general i?in f, it Roi ?it \v. Maekojr, -?tat?- Treasurer of pi-tui?.vlv.i!ii?i, who It potent in Bttwattt and coiititi tioiis, anil nott} fails 1?. sei ure the nomination of the men he puts upon his slate. Ile might be called the ?? Boss" in ab?rittiti, foi- he no longer I,ves here, having taken up In.? ut?o?le In Philadelphia, County and city con? ventions always bring bim back, however, and probably more foi plettan than profit he pulls the wire? and makts the puppet->'.? ?.'?ateo ?la?e.. The Ring Is not, however, a .li aptttBtl In;?- the old Tammany King. Since the dca li ?if ('o'. Phillips. It? former chief, then_____ batt liodniiiiiiin't i:-. '. In it to eotapel ?>b?-?li n--c, for although might.? mi .n-.'nu..tv, Mr. Mache. Is not on the granad toatratt eo-Krtant-i his tnlhorily, aad Is ii?ttaJh- content with |?.:i??:ii,iro.it Um n ?t t-BcM ft? his friend?, without tivubiini.'lum?? If aiit'iit tha tletaiisof luiin" arrangeiii'nts, or the BBethoda bv wbii li eoiiifortabl*? lort unos am mude In a fett ;, eat ?out of the protlts of p. ttt place.-*. Anning the Braal in I vc of Mr Mackey'? coadjutor? may bo nn-u tinned C. La Magee, City Tieasurer ; H. M. BBtdglM v ( ity Couirolk-r; Thoaatl Steele, (.?Ile? tor of the Port, and (ic.rge li. Chalmers, Appraiser of Merchandise, tla two latw-r being Pi dotal appointe?.?. In their train are a host of r-al.iiie.l apiM.iiit?-?-..?, ami a more select cob-.ii of Coiincilm? n. whose po-ltteae, although without pay or lawful |>er|U!?it.'s, are the taotl protlt.i'ilo of any. A Couti? ilman Who cannot bay himself t tine house in the ?nbutl.s tiler tWO or thr?<- tears of h.rvi??- ami make the .-Hy gi.nie and pate a Lion.1 avenue out to it is consul- . ??tf-1 a dull felb.w. ?-Btng tht ttnratt of profil opea to the Hing iHilillcinii the most fruitful ut pre?' tit aro the new water- works and i the o|M-mug of new stn? is lu t'ae suburb?. Formerly the ?'Hy Hall was the "Pig llonanza," but that has ???en BmaMtP WSBhlld out, leatiog only the dilly ?ed I men t of hum."..;,s Mandai? ami I.a'.f i.'ir-* i.ven-.'l fraud?. Miati th?? water ti ink? were biimu U ttas under an act of the la-gl?!at.iie which strictli limited tin ir tatt 1?. s_-.i.tM_K>.'lMM?. Airea-iy u**aiiy ifT,< h ?.?,(>? n? nave been expended, tad the w?lk? aro hot mail) tml?li.?l Thei-e bat?? been lite or six lanatHulhiat held bp etttraMteei of toan elis, but us soon as a ri?-li " lead" of eviden?*?- Is ?truck the rasjatrttt ure stoppod tart an ttaglhtt rtpatl It .t*-.r in??.!.?, in on? *>f these hraatMgatttaaM -iw shown that tho tttj had paid ^lii.'w?? for work never done on the paraphai works, .uni ,_? much liit.re for ficti? tious labor on tlie r?-?.-rt..ir?devolopim-nb? which pro? duced h-> further ?die? t than to ?-au??' the Committee to i iiase fin iii.-i t.).. ration? anil avoid making aMfttt, It I? ?aid that two or three inoiiib, t? nf |hs ('oii.uiitloe were thin |.;i..-n of the contractors who made the fiaudulcut charge.. Vttiln the ?tr?cts In the heart of the city are in a sha? k Ing c-iuil tion. beim! without ?-xi-cption l?ii.Jly paved and j shiK-kiiiirl.t li. thy, ?J->.<'0*>.<>??0 hutt bton sis'ht le.'.ntly in the ?cb ?rbs constructim?' iniignitlei ut atiniKta si., or ? ?ven nub-* long, whero an ordinary country road woiiltl afioid all li? Sdtd tran-.it futilities. To pay for these extravagant Improvements l-ond?. have Ihh-u i??u?<l which aro to be ItdetBtd from the ptOMtdt of taxes col lee tisl from the owl.ort of propirty abiittlug on the new avenues In Uti annual iiisiallmeiit-t. Great price? have batt paid fat ?hoddy work In paring, bridging, irradlng an.t mdcwalk luting, the ttadtatttft growing rich, aftci dividing th? proilt-t with the uiemlx-r? of the Plug. EverybiKly on tht Council C-otuiuittee on BtraelB has, of ??nu se, pr???per?'<l lilian? ia,ly to au extr.it rdni.irt degre.- during the c??nslru<-tlon of th?-M' avt-iiuce. in many i a?os the tfdtaaaeefl providing for the opening of the aten?es were stated li' flagrant SttNgtld of tin p?n? tente of property-bolder?, who??- land? wine Btddled willi taxes that atoounte-l nearly to ttaSttatl ??? An Installe? Is relat??d of a long Bil Uti that was run throiiith a arsntily s? Ule-district ?liii.'tly ta the ftot.t ?ate of an official whose cotuitry boin- W-k- tina. _nadt Mt-ttlMt at the ???M-ii s?- of the li. lplesslahd-owuci-B who wore luadc to |aay for lite iinpiovm. nt. The PiUsburgh Klug did not get fairly to work until 1-17.1. Puf ore then it? ui?mb?-m, although long la power, had t-___a_td theuiselve? willi mo.brate g..in?, but lifter ! tb?* ?-I?-? tlou of i ?7'_ bad strengthened tin lii-pub'.leau part? in itt\, r-t.it? .and coin.it t__ ? ooaeladsd ?ti.it tb.-re ?H? n? 11 a _. -___ of beng in.hb?t any l<>ng<-r The municipal d-bl in that y< ar was lu i<nind min.Is r? S3.H0O.OO0, N?.w it is over 11-.SSO *'.s?, and a millmu u???i?e must be put ?in top of It b. fore the Malet Worin ?-.-ii be I .uipleted. elmre thejr settled dowa to baslatti in eacnebt the King have .pia.lrupb.l taxation, heatdMPOatg up thl? Ina,I ,,f ?li'it While reducing the rate of a-v-s? ment from 47 milis t?. IS they raised the assessed ??.in- ofDroptrti1 from the old bael? Of ?f-ii.?*?>.<*.)?. up to tht ?ash markt t ?aln? of SI7tMW0,000, tad ina ratah waa that the col I ? lion* whb h ?.eldt.lii. lsT-lTinly-KUl,l_'?;,Ui H74 pny rinutil fl Tfll.l i7 lb'" lee rat st of ttastien m a time of groat BflBBUBBtt ttMCtslsa pr*i'lnc?*d the pOlit-Ca] l.vo I.ii ion vi Inch gave Al.i-beli) C.nilly to the DOBBOCtaei h?_tt P*ll after It laad been b. ?d bt th>- itepnbtleana for lb ?>ai- The revolution ha? not r?|_i-iit its force, for tia? ??..pul ii Indlgiiatioh has uot vet iieen ablo to reach tin chief otf?-n?le__ who bold the Hionleliaal u-__eet. ii..?t,i it? 1*1 tin. ltiug on tht par) of the hurd.-ned tax-pat er? will ?liow it-a-lf In tin State election next November, tad It would hot la at all surprising It ?iot* llartranft should m-ilcfosted bl tbt Tote Of this city. The argument of fin Billi .tv pilbil can., who have aban(lon?*d their party and nie ni I" tote for Har lh nmcmtii 1 ainli.iat?' f.?r (nit? nioi, ?tilth ?1 r be may I?, is Brief and to tb. |?>iuL I li. y -tay 1 nat lb<- <-?.i 1 ii|'t King which oppresses thom vrae hatchrd nad hi??** t liri v. n rada tin- proie? ting srtanaof the Kepub ? an p.n'tv, aud thal th? <?ni> way to kill It Is to strike at that part*/. it wo ii?) sea reel y tattlt-t tht naden O? Tur. Trihi.??, ?u Is-1? M hi detail Ihe titrions Mht-Btt by which the Ring li ..? ii.nt. ii. l?ttiiiK * .?nirai-ls at high urie?-? for iHMH . <r!( .ml dividing tin- b?avy prutlln willi the con uri rall the favoritoratthod of bwedtttgthe Treasury, I Vu ? if.-nt Uni, btetUB-l tb?- ??jill!.i? ?or? alni their II |,.n ?i.-?, tlie ofb< nu?, are ???,??.? I? in'cie.-l?-,! lu ?, mmu celt-i?_a cilxuiuai '.1aii_vi1.j1.-1. 'Hie Kuti. >? evidently doomed It? power will bo broken at tbe next city el?, ton, bot ita ovil work will not bo nradieat???! for tuum yean. M. ha? debauolred Um politic? "I the city, eornipt?*d tl;o newr?; ajiera with few exeeptinn?, iiiii.1i- o,'fl.,i..l ?tatton firima facie priKif of datboaeaty, l'iir.leiiiil Um i Hi ?lill a he*vy debt, and left liol illili; to thow for the millions It lina ?lient hut a hu?.", uullutshed ra-ha'l \ nil . lill.I Mini?? ilfT- li? lit Ililli? Of pall c1 ?tl'CllU 111 tin* outaktrta that xvill aever tie neta or eveu seen hy on? liersou m twuuty of the popula, inn. THE OHIO CANVASS. ONK OF TIIK VnOfatUUIUM OK T?a INI I.ATlONISrt-*?? I'AI'HK IIOKRY TIIK PANAt'KA YOU UUMAYSH DIS ?iKinils A VliLla KKI'liUiJl'AN VOTK NPF.DKI) IO 1N-S1 UK I UK UlKblAT OK THK DKMOCUAIIC TIIXAKT. (?toa A ?I X11* CORRK8POMIU.KT OF Till". Till III ?K 1 Youko.htdwn, Ohio, July ti.?Thw ?tinin? mannfnc taring town api? ir? lu I/o th.- eldo! conler of Iba preciiliHol? Banda in Obla. There arc Hil I political clubs hero, formed for (lie ?idvAnrcni'-iit of the inflation ram??'. Their <-rc<vl i- h nlmrt ?ml aim i-lo on?*. "Mon-HTcenhack? to make hnslncs* prosper," amu? it all up. Voiii'lhor they aro ?'.id to munter nonrly 50?) mein bira, and lu Mahon m * County tlioro ure LfiOO fu aituilar ttapWhMdmtgAi Last April they pit In ino Held a dii?nctive gi.-eiib?ickcity til kit m aaaaaeoaa to ti e regular party iioiiiiii.illon?, and polled uti. nt UKI rotea. Next week they x.ill In?mau happy hy hearing Hie i1.. ?trine In It? pin Hy fat m the lipa Ol It? grea'.ost ajKitatlc. Win. 1). Kelley, who ha.-, accepted an Invitation tnm the Outrai (.reeiiLn k (lui) to tanah Inn' Tbe iron mai-lors bave twi n chiefly inwlrumcalal In pn.pti ?rating niti ithn notions in Yauugateau mid oilier pine..? tit tia Mnlmntng Vail. y. '1 hey prospered beyond mia-ti-niro until the panic, aud attributed llielr thriving condition toa htKh tatlli; bat vi.-ti the etueh ?anio and the i.'?ult:u'.t ?tiumritioii in the. irou trade, they found that the tai .tr did them no ?.?nod, aud a? they had from toreo of hal.lt come to look appa the Natiouul (io. oriiineiit um the power Miut made ami unimide business, they at ouco Juiniied to the conclusion th.'.t the new tmulile could lie cured at Washington. Kelley, Morton, lOflaa, Kerry, and other?, wero iir^ltiK wdh iioi?y rbeto no the paper money nostrum a? Uie pin.urea lorex cry i.-i-,in .??? ?tinu nt. nuil Hie iioniimn hecaunr m illili?,'cou? vert?. Aa they word forced to blowout their fin nae"-? and ?hut up their mill* hy the want of a demand for Iron, they became moro und more fiipr for nu m tinted cur? t? ney, w Mab they foolishly fancied would make people buy iron ?vi readily ne in the old " flush" ti mea. For the employ? r? to et.iuniuhlc-iite the deliuloii to their lill?1 trotfnoaa wag e.i?y enough. Last mater the aaal aalaen m ila- Mahon,ni; lieilds ?muk and the cuni production wa? .linio.i totally suspend "I for Uve mouths. With inuiiy iron milli* and fernilee? idle, and all tbe miner? eaminir nothini*. business ?,f every kind wa? flat. The coal minor? were made to t!un\ tliul It wa? a link of money which bleed their bennet to eat down wage?, and the in orr han Is ? Moat? koo,I* lay unsold upon their ?helve? Jomo?! w Itli tlu-in in the hue and cry for inure givcubiieks. Now the Iron trade It slowly ptckini,' up, and the look-out ut the mines hat ended, hot the inflation uioxemeiit ha? lapetot eoeOgl to carry it forward to the October elec? tion. I MB loath to Ix'liexothat OOT. Hayon, idling a rcuiiitod party, c.in bo lieat?'ti la a Hiato which ha? a |Md Hepub Ueaa imOorily of -lo.iKio on a full volo und on a BtratKlit iHtue between Bepubllniabta ami Democracy; but if Taaaaotowu fomlahet aeaaapfc of the taaUaa ibnt pre? vail! in other ?laailfai'lllllH ami uiiiiiiiir regions his prospect* Bro. to tay tho least, precarious. The nuinlier of Republicans lu the town t bo will vote for Allen on the l'uni'ii< > issue U variously t .ttimnU-d at from KKJ to li?)?), and the estimates ure mailo. no1 hy in nu? rat?, out by active BapObUeaa politician?. It may I*', howevor, that local milln uta-? huvo mad?) In the Muhnirrng Valley an ??xi optionally rank ?oil tor tim growth of tho 'Tag Money" niai.ia. The iiicinl.t r of Con cress from thi? district, Mr. Wood? worth, 1? himself an niflationiist of the Kelley stripe, but, of i ourse, stand? by hi? party in.ti ii?-.nt, n..in ? s nil li.'.iIdi.'mi tin-currency issue. He assures me that the I l'.t publlciiis w11) not lose as many total this year OU that ipie?! mu on they did on account of prohibition la?t year. Hani tiri,. ., ho think?, are eonliuoil to th?' manufacturing districts, the runner? beeag reooooatdy preaparoau, Ho fci la eaoMaot of Hayes's election by a fair majority. On the other hand, a former me m Ixl* of tho Legislature, always a Ki publican, but nowa strong liillatloni.ti, de elares Hint Allon will have 50,000 majority. The xvork ingineif of the town? and the Utungun of the eountry will alike vote the Democratic ticket, he thluks, to protest against reduced waites, low prie???, ?carelly of xvork, and the hard times generally. In the face of ?neb conflicting xlews emanating from momlKTsof the same party it is hard to form Hny conclusions. The ino?t iiasomil.le opinion, and one which I should be fllipnood to fax or if forced t?> declaro my view?, oat expres.?od today by the i ?litoi of the leading Hi'publlc.ni paper hero. He ?aid that Huyes could bo elected, but only by bringing nut Ihe full Kepuhlk'iin xoN-, liiclinling tin liberal and Iiulepcn dentolouieiit. Uodidnotbelioxo It possihlet?. pel baabaay of the Qerataa vote, and thought the Deatoeralt would all .support their ticket whether they liked the financial plank or not. Uudcr these cout'itious the co?tent xxould bo a close one. An Interesting feature of the eanv.iss is the growing lu m I that if ll.ixt - i? ?in a ea.ainl ho will be the ennuin; mau foi the 1'ronldtntlal nomination next year, (air) in? the great central Htuto of Ohio?noxv the bcystoiie of the arch of politics?and extirpating the Inflation In na) . he would tiatabrdy beeoaae a ttnog candidate I top ported by his party at home, .?ml with an unsullied record In military and civil life, be would bo a very gg ?til able man. His luck ?if strong patata Bight be a circum? stance in his favor in.terni of belog ?letrituental to hi? candidacy. Just a? It xvus lu the tatt of .laines K. 1'olk and Franklin I'? I ree. The campaign can aeareoly be siitl to lie going forward i : the inni.t ot thone Juli beat?, mid with the dog-dayt .ippmiiehiiiK . but the iH'inoeratic candidato for l,lt uteii auKiovernor I? ulroady on th.? ?tump. iicn. Cary bus so much in his reci.nl to explain away that buhas h.id to begin early. Just now bis efforts are eonecnti ?ititi on ? m, 11 tn mit th?. lu nnatis t hnt he ne vi r wa? a prohibitionist. As tiley nex er xvetit to hoar his temperance sp???'ohe?, be tactHICdl pnssably well at first ; but If the intirviows of tim (ieriiinn editor? witli him are Uaotlat? d into Mniillsh, tin- thousands of people who remember hi? haran.'in a will 1 iiiiacine, It* ntuarod at lils niiilni'lty. 1 womler what his old prohibition admirera will say to the foll?n in?- ?n eount of a tnlli the editor of the (?loveland dene hail with hlin. and copied Into the Youngtown HumUehau : It le true that ?lou. Cory, In former year?, was a tem? por?neo man : but from tilt- time when the crusndo bmke out be has tal? n decided position upon the side of the liberal elt mont. As we were somewhat in doubt at the time of his nomination as to bis position on tbe leoaptrooei tueottoa, we sought him out lu the Nell liiiiisi at Columbus in order to K?t from hi? own mouth a ?tab ment of lils views on the anti-prohibition legto lation plank of the Dimocratio platforio. With tho ?frontest readine/a* heausweied all our qui ?Mon? In the moat satisfactory manner. When wo asked bim what ?tnmlpoint ho took at the time of the women's praj Ins: mania he said, " Kir, I have fmiflit airalnst the wa mien'? ? rusade, on the stump and throiii?'b the prun?, ami I am oppo.-.ed to all prohibitory laws In whatever form they may take. I adore the principle of temiM-raiioo in all tliliiKs, but can never brim? myself to follow the examplo of those who ???ok bv eonstrafnt to roarulatn thoapi?'tito of mankind. The plank on tho ?uiij.-x t lu the platfuim 1 will support by word and d??e?l." If there la anybody who can turn political somersault? more ipilekly than Oon. Cary, let bim Uow come to the front or forever bold his peart THE FOURTH-AYE. IMPROVEMENT. co.Ml-LAlSTH OF mnUUSOWaABU DKLAT in n-TriNO THK HTHKKT fllOSislNti!" IN C'ONHII ION?INJl '111 K8 to RoauMurta anu ?oaor-aaa mv.s. OoaaMaVOhla imlii-natiou ?xisl.-? amoiip tlie residents of uii-town atroels itiljaooiit to Fourth ave., owlni* Ki tho miflulshed stat? of the streets alioxe the tun? nel There I? virtually "no tlioroutibtarv " fur pttBOBI HrlOgabOTt Fiirfy-?t?*?)ond?st. ?lean IUK io eros? to the Eaat side of the city. Hi.co tho completion of the tra? ks in the tunnel, hardly any progress has beau made lu ar. hin?. It ox a i, nun p. i-son? K'siditur, for ?nstame, in Fifty-third, I Fifty fomth, ami Fifty flfth-sts. are eotopeUed to 4rivo i ?ox eral bliKks above liefore a bridge ian be reached eu , ublliig them to cross th? avenue. This avenue romains In a -tat", even where partially completed, dangerous to i life and limb, and at some point?, impassable for mau or ! l?a.st. Huge pile? ?if rock, earth, and saud have be-on suffered to remain for week? uotahly in the noigbUirlMiod of .Fifty-third and rifty-fourtla-iita. Several clua-na oon : template calling a public ir.eetimr and employing taaoaal I lu order to compel t'otiimotlor?-Vnnderbllt to place tbe I avenue lu rhon'nub order xi ithoiit further delay. Law I yera who have Imvii ?ronsulled nu the subject bav? ex praatad the opinion thal iiotwitiistandiiii/ tin- furner?)?? ?...lll?l li til till' I a.Ulll.llal . il li? ala |l,tfll' XX 11 t illlT *!>>* OUt' . poratlou has Hie < oiiiaiiiuiloiiil rig'ii lo appropriate for I such a leriifth of time a publie thnrouKlitarc to its own unes and make )t Impaasuble for ireiii'i st tritTlr. ClUieua liiUxrctod In 'he ooodlUiM "f Fou; in ave. it-it?) that tlM'lr opi??iilliui to ila- Huiro id i ompiiiy would not l take detlnlle ?ha|M-If the rain ..?d aiin u .: n-- ,'i.ul slmit ri j r?-g?rd for the light? of Uie people XVIn u tin tunnel was completed, they oiiflilciitli .-x?,.. ctcd thut tin axeinie I wonjil lmm.slii.ii-i> be pi.n ? ?! in a thnrwuKh itate of ! repair, lnateud of which oalj ?niall Raagtaimen have ' lu-fan set to work at varioua dlaeonaei lae immt?. letaial ! livery-atable kellets, who??'platie? of btuloes^ arc nour till liliploVI lill III. r.UU- lli.lt 111 lillsllierS IlHs tits li iii tlrely ruined owing to Um nu laaneaaof euatomeri la , witile tilloilgh the mud sml ? ii, I. w lilli olh.ls l,,,\, ',.,,, [ c<<iit?i/?'.?iu*i u> ?ulm lucan bunal m adifliuvui locality. THE LATE EARTHQUAKE. THE UJiSTKUCTlON IN COLOMBIA AND VEN? EZUELA. OftKATrST AMOUNT <?K hill ?'KM-,?. AT CCCUTA? ?At mmpBttnAmp aki? ukkha tNTinniv in HI IN??A I'UTHIl? SSI K11 PimVAI-ENT AKTKIt TIIK UltiAUTYit. __io foilottinn privat?* ftilvices have been reeotved in this city from Marncaibo, respecting tlio labu earthquake in South America: If AkAOAino, Ventruda, Juno _1?Tn my last letter I gave you Hie latest obtainable details of tho terrible di* aster in Cilombia an 1 V?tneiuel_? Those who survive are completely ruined and aro in want of the noci-Asarios of life, TL. latest lind most oarcful estimates plao?- tbo uuiubtrof Uvtt lost at ll.fKlO. The greatest amoiiii' tf sad. ring li In Cn- ii San Cristobal carne to the ground ?nun l.v, but ?i. te tier- not so many victims. Vina was ?oinplet. !y dc*sii".t*d. the walls falling In Beth t manner thal Muyala poi-tos troto aats?d ?>? al tit?? ea_ t:n pi ?niliitii n To glvo'.ou the ?letitia of t|?. ?lisasler ?ttuilM involvr?tht .cllliiir of a never-ending ?Ion. A hoi i iblc putrid let cr is raring wherever tho d, a.-t? I 11 Itadtd, Au t?iipr*-eei?eiit-?dly dry prated pievall'd before the tai th<,i..-l:e. an ? ?ia : as soo. na In. shosha undid, it |-< ? feel <!? bier of i..:ii d? se- n?! d for ashert Minc. Th.s v. ?is .(?Honed 1?> that titi .un, in I the rc.-ilt is that dato, i posltioii set in, ami the msssol human tad ?th. : ttdltt gave forth lr.a'?i?mn. ef_.iiv1n. will di soon rlftntd lB-0 I ptttOeaeethattpr-td death It every diiecUm. Many persons who went to the ruins to recover soon- (??liions of their prop* Hy, fell victims to this putrid fever. Among tbciu ?tas Bmhot J. Uruuinaoh.-, I large cofli ?* dealer, well known in Ne tv York from Hie ?.baract?- of his merc.lxtiidlse. It was thougla that he had been bunn d to death, but, hat m?* r m ni eil tt Hie ruins for his more valuable property, he wus att?u?k?-d by the is-sti leuce, and ?Hod. The losses to the community of M iraealbo are very heavy. Some ptfttaa lost propeily to the value of i?l(K?,(K>0 in grid. Toe total los? i? e-Hmat-.l at itlmiit ?pi(?,(?0??.tMS?. In the communities which h-tve suffer? ?1 gn-atiy. the belter ?-lass of nattle,Uriaglatabtttatttl h on is, wert- kiln-d, while tile poor c1 -i.-i.es, living m dilapulat?-?l ol' ti-lno htattt. i scip? ?1. The retail tv a? that tht v!? um? * I ItttB soon had full sttay. Tin. pillaged and robt'td, and tteri- guilty of other elora Bl. , until tht ttlllltltira, nrritini- with sufllcii nt force, pal t suttiniavt eml to nil atrocities lu shooting the guilty per tat "ii the spot. Otic of tho gr. ttetl of I he? tils inflicted Wttthe buni ing of the coff-c warehoun-s at M.iraeaitHi by Hie thieves, lu their search foi- plnadtf tin y tri fire io Hu- tt.trc honaes totiMialtllj. it it anppnsort. ami i*?,?smi bega <*f Coff*??- and a munt.?-r of the thieve.? w. re biirur-il. It i.? ? xi>e?-te<l that, as soon as lh" fe?i r abat"s, the survivor? will return to their severn! pla??*?? of ratidtntato lo?ik aft. r llielr prnpi-rty. All the a.'.vici s are vin gloom?, and it is tzpoeted that at least ?.m- qttrttr et the eoBot crop has boen destroyed. The heavy taint Illi.'hed the ruin that the earth.pratt began. l.Kl'OI.T OF A COI?, L AT CUCUTA. KUM 111'.]? MtTAIL- OS TIIK (ti ?limi -IIK-l t i OTA in im'.i? i\ Font srciiM? -nr.i'iii I'tii*?*?*? <?r TilillVK..?UfO-MT OF PKOPKltTV M ? 11IOTI I>. The lo?owiiig is tlie ??Iii* ?al report of tin- Ooatnl of Vein zilel'i at Cuciila to his tiovci nineiil iii leiiilil to the ?'.'irlh?iiiake : (A>N?I I.ATK OP TfTK t'.ITPf? PTtTFS OF Vi NF URIA 1 IN COC-TA. M tilt, tin??, Mai 111, 1 ?70. ) To the Mooloo? ot T.ilrrntil lolalinnt of I enunda . iiaviugiirtaraed to thia ?Hy aith the pan ..f my family that was taredf-Ott the t?'rrlble tt&tttrapht thal ??c enrred ta May l8, tt-kia Jot? de Cuenta, 1 proeeedto Inform you of that awful ctent, the con?.Bjatattt of which it would be dlfllcult to appreciate at this moment, but width has prodllred a lasting impressii.u nu my ?dad. and left the most sorrowful raootleetltao On Banday. S__t MIS lust., at MO p. in., tht first movc ment of the i-iirth began, without any dnagBT to tht popuhitloii. On the followIng day, Monday, the 17th, at 5:30 a. in., another sh?x k was cxpi ? n ?ti. without any lamentable c..iise<|U<?nccs, liowovit lui the fol? lowing day, Tuesday, the ?______. at Hil'? a.m.,' with clear atmosphi-rn and an ardent sun, the earth shook so rapidly and so suddenly that lu four second, tin tilt was eompletely destroyed, not a single nous?', and scare? ly a sluglo wall, remaining standing, While iMtieiith their ruins were buried nearly H.imm) p,r sons. Thoso who, by ihe grtet of Trot idence. h;?d their live? spun .1 in that awful moment, were Beatty asphyxi? ate?! by the ?lens?? cloud of dust that c.iveicd us lo such an tKtta. that tve could not <li?tln_ulsh an ob.l'-et at two ratten distance, until a ti.?lent gat! cn' wind ?leap-d the atino-phere und tattrltd us to respire pure air. ami thug return to life. A BB_thet of buildings In the elly, among them some apoth. curies' stoics, li staidly bttMM IgBdttd, but a strone rain tea trolled the Ure som? tt bat. 'Then followed aseries of shoiksfor fix tatttM-TC tlghlt.tntatfrttwg taeh other hour aft? r hour, each shock ht_t_ pr<.. i!. .1 by one. two, ot thieo di tonations very similar to that l-ris?. ding from the explosion of a pi??-?- ?if nttillcry of imtii. iiKC ealll?er. So vltilciit tv.re thtv-o shoi-ks Hint it was ntveessary to lay on the ground ami. Iii inly grasping .mme object, thus prevent dam.'* ton.? results. The terror, :is depit ted ?u the couuleuanccs of the survivor?; UM mouin iii: and desperation of husbands, wins, ami chil? dren, who. with the utmost anxiety, Btttelt? ?I each other for sympathy and tidings of the lost ; tht rile? uti.I groans of the victims expiring Is-ncath the min*?this Is a pic? ture which the most \ Kid Imaginai hw maid Bet describe But the worst ?if all was the presence? within three hour, after that awful catastrophe, which In it? terror and p ithos would have reached the h.-art of a hyena-of ban.li, of thieves who, with machete In hand, trod under foot the bodies, and, deaf to the ellen for aid of thOtaf* ferers still under the ruins?these men, a reproach to tim hauaaa nee,rtataekt-l the ruins for tin- gotdthn! tht honorable labor of many years had accumulai?*?!. Thc Colouiblan (?Hard stationed In that city, if they had been inspired by philanthropic sentiments, could have lent, by their charact<-r, Important sert lees to the unfoi t?? nate inhabitant*. savliu: many lives and Inn-rests and ! elevating the national sentiment, hat willi a conduct that 1 abstain from quallfvlutr, they t.sik np their march in -1 hours, by way of l'oinplona. Most of the merchants of San Jos?. de Cucuta, were Venezuelans. ?-Uch of these as did not baie their luidles umler the ruin? of their homes and their widows and chlldr? n In mourning for thara, saw buried in the frightful ruins the fortune? they hail a<< utnulated. According to the advices obtained from trustworthy MMM who bad left the unfortunate place for this city up to May 22 there had been destroyed by the earth.piakes the following Venezuela towns: Pan Antonio, ?"apacho, Tarlba, Han friatohtl. Lobat? ra, Miehetena, Colon, Han Juan ?le t'refia. ami .-tiaismos. Of th? town* belonging to Colombia, the fol? lowing wen- destroyed: San Jose de Cnouta, Kosarlo, PucbUto, Han Cayetano, Haul lago, Halazor, lialurdo, Arbal<?da, Chulacota, und CucuN-lla. The total value of the property lost at Han Jose de Cucuta la as follows : Value of the bulldiugs.B'i.'Atti.tHK) Coffee and other prixlucts. 2,00??,<nxi Othe?* merchaiulise. 1,(??)?>,(?ou Jewel?, fuii.ltiin -.iniotlit i ]h i,..ii,ii effects 1 ,.".imi,i?h, Total .?K7.ltOo,oi>o Accompanying this is a list of prominent persons who, according to trustworthy advices, lost their lites at th? groat earth'iiiake ot that day. lu it will be n ml the names of honorable Venecuelans who contributed with ; their tataOtttl anti their resourc?-? to the progress of that city, and the development of a_Tl*-uUure and the national commerce. I oonclude these advices under the most sorrowful impression, bringing to the knowledge of the Ministry of the Illustrious American Praasdea. of the Republic, that the ai chit ps, coat-of-anii?, eoassJnr seal, and th. national flaic, um tin tun Iel in the ruina of Hie City of Stui Jos? de Cucuta. 1 am, Sir, ,ti , _ J M. C.tTAl.A.N. BELIEF TOR THE BDFPEREB& MKl-TlMi 11K1.I? AT aOOOTA?APP01NI Ml VI <>1 A NA? TIONAL All? ? ?MMITIKK. Panama, July 1.?At n urcot pablk _B_?____f in Ik**??.?-, in Ht* i>*?i ? ii of the cathedral, prattled trat by I*r????-?-c.ut Perez, the following propositions wcrc _-rtep*-?-d : PkrM: Ttist tb- nulli?? calamity whl? -li had luit b? fsllen the pt-opH- of th? IH-parlineiit of Cucuta, ;is well as the frontier pecple of Veneniela. w,?s one of the nitiM t?-r ril'lr tis*.i?i? r? that could Ix fall a is opie. heeond That tor tlie gre.it tittil in I hill of lives and pri.i? ?U.?- tliai ti m1 ?.tlt.il placo on the l?Hi of Mavin the ValU'.vs of Caeatl ?ml Han ditto bal, the pa-ople tin?(.n- .??* ?eli 1...1 t" ?-I.?m*-, rtii'l thetefo.-e It was the ?_?ilv of et fry Colombian to bear with ; . m a j.art of Wietr sufP-rl?irs That, flually, beotherl/ l*.?s and ?-har- . ?1? sre lu.- .-hi. f distill, f Noir* of the ?li:,?li.iii raUgttai ui-1, Uwridoee, be It resolv? d, that It Is tin duty of i I ? rv , t i__.iui_i.i_i to contribute what In cm lu aid of the POM* I lui am of tie Voi i li of the llepubllr Hist are auIT. rim; . fi-ra the effects of th?- earth ?tua ko. That loeoUeri tnd apply sueli filuda a national aid committee 1? fn,-m, ,1. ???.mis?-? ?1 of i..ne ? itu? n.?, pi. -nil ?l ?ti r by the Prtsid. nt I tar um- orita, The members imtu. -1 are, 1-eside? tim President, the Archbishop of llogotai Hailgar. ii"t. nor of ('undina ?anai f_nnO-_t9M.PNtl__tnt-._hB i.n.t.? ?is __taa tie? m ia, and Messrs. s.umi. i.? ., Corral, Azuero, lailori?. Nun? 1 ii' .tin :., and *?.tm|?-i MKAsiKis op m.1.ii;i- n intw-TOM K?l\t.ii?Jo Gngood. s?u? iaiy ot Du- Bett* f Fond fommlttoe. transmit tot!, on Saturday no m, by the aebooner John M ison, f l't.oo?) In gold, win. h bad been subscribed for tho relief of tim? tuftY'-cra. It Is cn?> dly request?"?! by tbe Commit to? fiat mi, et rlpti ont I ty bl handed in as freely sill as rapidly is gaaatbb . lie great ?tiRnrlug of the people demanding in- ? .tut aid fur the prater? all.ni pt t luir lives. NEW- TORrs par ula tion. CUNRHH HHTtlRN? KOT YKT O iMI'I.KTIi?A TOTAL OK 1 ,'.?00,000 KflTTMAlKD- CIIANOKH IM VAKlDI h WARl>.*V- 1)1 TNI* ULTU -t AM? liKH-iOlH IN t.MI MKItlTlilM. Tlie returns of the versus iii thU rity (in* very much delayed, aud a .11 ?uiiiai cu. ?sctoi-oJlugly Imperfect. O the 5?.7 o'.. Iii :i i!:?ilr:< U. iii Um l? ?ty, only I 11 had I?-?.?: ft turned as coi. ipb-'o u;i lo Hi'.ur.lay. Not iislnirln A?s nil.ly Disti .< 1.1?.? I. 1 11 eoii.pi. lui. Ip natue there aro oui) two or ti.:. >? i ki ;:> n dim iel? mi ling, while in otil?is thoi'c is a >' idi.ial'lo iii.iubiT. In the XXtb A-?.inlili/ l>. ollie. I. 1.1 iiim.i'i.i,, thom 1? ?mo oloctioii district iiii.t*:iig. Ti.. ..'lu W.'.Ui, BUd itcom pr?? 1* the i?! in?*- In t'u- 1'u.t l:.vr 1 ti xxiii? li uro tiro p di Ile liidl?iit?oiis. Trl"?oIi...i i* 1!ttton ?if about Il.tMHi, illili-, ther, inn. it x.as ?1 gan ..' tea 1 "-?i? aiagnltwlto for 1. i i-i'iltii..'. to nie! ila?:e. Tie . .1 une. iltur. In Uti-ea.si-. la ta ham bel girea bho. but tb 1 tgnitude of tbetaeh .u.? iiin ?niy d rtoj ci ui.ii ?ngupt 1 retara <>f the Assen. lily Iii-driel. HI pnlitv m, t, I paitad taime of the ?iiuimii aloialn. el-.1 delay 1.1 thor. I it-ii'? 1 bo allotted llinel.i vahieh to linish th xvork of pthtrlofitheetoaut itattatim aod apaalag lapatteapirta eatha ??th mst. Iba Mete too "? hta-l'i. ctiiisldering the ililli, nile? under which tho enumerators laho.-cd, extended th? I um to July 15. It xvus inteiideil at first to make niiiioiiii"',tnoiit of this fact, bul thosn at tim head of tho Coihii. linn au In this rlty and Mr. Plum of the County Clerk's Otmn, xvho recehes and collat?** Iba returns, tl'onulit It baal to koop tb'.? fut ipi'it und meanwhile lo urge thai numerator? to rcm-xic.l exertion?, li ia now In-Hexed thatt'i" wink eau be ac? complished by the 1Mb Inst. The a ?una Is being Maa both hy wards and Assembly Matta ' 1, so that ?1 clour compatis? 11 can bo made Milli former x. it*?. It top ?si'i'c that the .?"ce.?ni mil Third Warila inn*,* thama 1 itdeeteaec la populattaa at aaaipareflwah ? tn nu mu?. The hotel? lu thcmi tratet, which formerly had a cn i.Ier.ible ntii.il? r of re .lent bo mlcr?, ne f. wei m iiiiuibci. T. 11.111 nt bogati have not buaeaaed tu u- . >ap u eibie ?xi'iu m Ibeaa guariera ni the elly. At ne time darin* the pari toa yean bare tbeea a*arda I ih, - ? 1 1 11 urge popula) ?n. Thor hav.? baaa gtrea ap 1 alua st iiiti.cly t..ooni;n"oe. Tin ?ixtli mid Kourleeiilh j Wanta util have :. Inri?'? lii'-rea.'- In the number of Ital? ians. Tbe wajtea j rial In tins eil v for Irin inrst-ii rail , r ...' ..?ii si .-.i el- m linn, ami other wort not ra*|uhiii* ?s*k ill an? to mm '1 higher than the at? ngt nt waii. s paid in inly that a iri*cat i.iniiy Heliana bare bein i?r- j tnoti d lure. Tin u- are certain quart ra m tin-two I xv.irdt? nonti, ned xxlnro the population Is nindi up ali.ii?** entirely of Ihis nati nudity Th? deuaeiy populated warda of tarerai yean age?notably tin f"-txtn,at?ov?ntb, Tenth. EWcath. Tblrte?nlh, Pon? t<*entli, N xi ntei nth. Kiirliteeiith. and Nlneteentb bax-? mon'tliaii held iheiro'iii. The Eighth, Ninth. Twelfth, t r*-i .t., nth, Nim 1.? n'li, rind Twentieth warda will proba- , MyePmi theareatettmoreaeeefpopulattoq The Eighth | and Nintii warda bart changed greatly In charaeter v.itiui a lew yent*. Large tenement! hive taken the j, 1. - of man; smaller dwelllnga. t'p town ih ? laereaae In population baa, of curse, been greater than elsewlit-r?. iii.- Nineteenth Ward will probably thoa the mont propremot any tingle ward. Pira peera arro Itapopula tinn trat returned ui .1 little more than 86,000. Tin* re a it?.II run over lim.t ?<>. Ilen-toiore tim Sexenio tub Ward lui-ranked high, st in population, the lu' cenattfl retara tbooiog it to oontau Dearly i??...mmi per aoaa. Fruin a cinir-il ttioli made by tin I.oiinl of II.?lilli ?l fexv year? am, It uns ?bown thal the population In a fronaMeraWa portion of Hil? waul nu? th naer than in an** ?tb? r 1 Ity In the world. 1 Ne population ol tin Nim-t. - nth Ward I? no1 to den?. ? ?is in the Bert ni?-, nth, beeauee ii cover? 1 maeh birder area. Not? 1th?*.u.dilu til' incniiplele returns received, it is eonaldared eectata bj tbpoe en*-n**ed In rampUlag the ligures-and f ?v have rocelxi-il tonugh toiiimpui? inni) m arerage for tbe remainder nf-ihe elly, thal the total iHipuiaiiou will 1 ? eeed 1,200.000. Boom poraoa "i tia lnr?.-e inen MC x.liitlt lias taken plae-MIUlUt, of coin si 1 I?- attribut? .1 to tne annexation ??r the Twenty-third and Tweati fourth Warda, but the larger amount 1? ?lotto the natural growth Of t.ic city, especially ?Um-ve Thirty tonilli-?t. K.v-SurroR-atc TiuKor, who Is tbe Supervisor of the Genaua, taya that there are eTidenoea of groaaneaW tin the eliUllieratloll In ?nilli distill !? In out ?'.Inch li? glixo a.? .ni ins ance, the ? niiuieratoi' returned only some Ti?) mimes, w nile thi' rejdatratlon .uni rote ?it the last election sin,i.ni between ?BO tod MO roane. At the ordinary ratio of teran luhabtteato for out tate tin? diatrfct should have at least 'i ,7?hi inhabitant?. 'I.MOON oat taken in .lune, whc. man.*, ;.i r na wore out of town. Tin pay of the .nui u ratera waa too low to Moura really comp?tent men. and. eren of the mea xvho might bate been ateured? he thought tbe neat bad not always Uec-u sell ited, owing to political quarrell in som? illKtrtets. g?rerai complain!? bare bun made of Minina by e!iiim,riatoi> to pr.-i? 11> cover their dlatrlcta. tine pre? ferred on .-.au,day, ami apparently borne out m, the ratura, waa that hi a dlatrlct covering parto <>f Oroena and West Bouaton-eta. a who! block of tonement-houaei liiul Ihii-u omitted, rix persona in the comptaiaant'i own in.ii.se bad alan been omitted, and rarioue miner errors as to the ttatni of thone < numerated connu1,!eil. In th.? raaa K. 1. PI un, n a boee 'hal ?.*?? the n mr.,? n - main until teni to Alb mi, deelded to tend tot tim enumerator, hut there bave rj en a?rerai ramidatnto of a , tdmilar naturi whleb rame tee tote for any toeh eat? i?, ?.on. Mr. Pluto ,iiiuka tim enumeration will 1-1? -xi 1 population of 1,200,000 ; Mr. Tucker thinks thal thara ate 1..-KKI,? 0 ? Inh?bil mil lu tins city, bul thai, ?.wing to the cause? Mated by liiin, the enumeration ?111 fall far ?uni t of that number. THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. l:i:?H'.FT AT TIIK A? TIOV Di TIIK ITALIA?, ?T)Vii:\ MKNr IN Dull Ixlxt, li aaaiBI ITALIAN KX :j lill 1 - OU-ah 1 ici.?ra ix.i't rn> . ni)xi iiAi.Y. (KitiiiM uti: aaoi i au cnaaaaruaiiaaf ?n- ian fouuaa.] riiii.ADKiaPiiiA, July !?.?It i.s KN'ittly t?) Ihj regret tod that the ilnllan OlITIIIUf I ha? xx itlulrrixi 11 It? acceptance of the Invitation to participate lu the < ? n tennial Kxhlbltion. Niinaiioiiin RufOpt would be more ?toeed,haaaaet toward? non? have the tympathtot of A nun ?cana of thtt ifout-ration RDM out ?o heartily a? toward? the lind of tia* ltnildl ?and of Victor Kimiliuel. Siueo her dream of unily m a? re, /ed, Italy ha? excited the it.linlralion of the xmrld bf tin* ptOgrOM she bat mail? .u u atcriii prmrperltj gmt in the mor? ?lniicuit watfeni fiiuiidini- a fre.-1. prejaentatlve government on the ruins of riiodi?-xal tyranny, l-rnorance, and ?'i;?ei?tition. Sim ha? built laureado, aoaaoracai eaanaarea, puiieii down the xxnlla nt aiicieiit cilit? to g|?a tin in ?pace to groxx, mipr.ived lier agiit uliuie, limn-a-aoil her maiui'uetiu.?, proxtdcil for public education, extirpated brigand.ig?, ?upprx'saod tho ci irrupt in ? iuon.i?terle?, revived a litoniliira that lived only ujion old memo)1e? of former gre?,tn.?a, and itetlapad a ?plrlt | of Btteott putiiotl?m mining bor people?in a I wind, ah?- has built a groat Meeta n.it Ion, xx lure, a tau year? ago. there exi tc<l a f.w p? tty State* that emulate?! each other oui j in bigotry and opprcMluu. All Amen onns bad hupi ti io ?00 at the rentennlal ?ueh exldiiuts and fiuitx of theet cnat a?-, iinipll?hmonta a? could be pteoooted te the aye. ThorhadaaTaetodto Bad in the Italian DepartOMOt model? of iho great 1 in/dm?? rtim work? reci ntl) ci.tistfiii teil, ?p.-cituen? of tehoal I wha and aawtpapeta, painting? and ?fatu.iry, to prove tin truth of a new Italian achtH.l of ait not un worthy ot Ka lllu-tilouij ancc-itry, and o profuHlon of tho?? tx-atitiful object? proilueed by the genius of the artist ami the pa? tience and ?kill of the artisan, for whi? h the eitles of the Peninsula have long l?een renown??! ; ?ueh ua tho monalta of Floleiice and Itom?-. tin- rmals of N.iple?, the gold ami ?liver filigree work of (ienon. the ?Ilk? of Turin, the dell 1 it? (latawara of Venice, loci thor with bronaea and mar? ble?, iiirviiiits in ebony and Ivory, uml funiirur? murvel ?nisly oin.um Hied With Inlaid xvt.i.il.?. The 1 ciiietiuial uiitborifle? un- not in poooitaloa of tnj Infomiatlon at to the aauatt tor the wttadrawal ?f Italj from the BxhtM tam Hh? bad formally accented the initiation ?cut by the State Department teratnl m mtht I??;.., and had ap? pointed a Ooauntaetou to ot?nlaa her department. The flrat ltitiiiiation of tay intention n tim part of the Miti.s tr.x at Koine to recule fiotu fid? a-lion wa? teateyad In the aiiliolinceliii nt fiolll h'OpAmUUi Stitumul,, tele? graphed day before yeoterday It to bettered here thal tlie withdrawal el the ftuiinn Oaveramenl win not deprive the BzhibMon aoMreli of a display of the pr.Hluet? of that cniiiilrv. and that Italian men i..u,!- .11111 inanufaetiirer?, with the aoalttaoee of the I tina i, ?*oii?ul In till??) citv, will exhibit a variety of intcr eetlagarttolea Thru Entontan nation? bara ?ataaaed la take part ? flit lally in the I.xhibitioii- Italy, aa MOOUBt ot Um 1 xjs i,?.. ?i i? itAt.d; Oteeee, ptebanly from per ?ity aud lack of eoniinefl.il lnfcn-otime with the I'liitisl Malee, ead Rueda owt?f to tbe napteaaaiit f??ling enter- I taiue.l bv the ( rar toward President (?mut ?Inet the x*i?lt I ?if the ??lind nuke Ah x1? la thla rountry. All the other i.ouuii.a ? will be lepiettatod. nu; HUTU BUM <)F tim: jkkif.rson -aOBMDI HKOUOIIT TO ItOrfToN FOK TKIAI.. Boston, July 11.?The ?t?nin?hiit Butavin, from I.iverp-Ki!, brought In Hil? city for trial, ye?t?nlay, tin three mylin? ?-r? of the thre.-imiaUd sehiN.u.e Jcffer bob Horden, al Full Uiver, full d? tall? of about umiili r of the tlrst and semd mai?? bott baaa publi?bed Tin y were In rii?t,?dy of 1 buf In?p. ?tor William PTilimr. of 1 a.lab.u ?lAhiHtiMi bj luMMctan Rtoaaid Woltoa ami Jena Parker, of tin lb linea, l'ai lis-. tipjoU th? Ir urrixal, Def? ufy I nll?sl huit?? *4ar.-ti?l l>edi rick li. I'ettigrovt took them In i'baii;e Tin 1 111 re loalia-ed In 1.1II io await tri.d lui? Willum emull, one ?f tin- p\ Oom 1 a, i. a beaton maa. wheeo real aaanelt Ephraim Clarb. DehatthtrN ritten inni,-' in this etty. A H.KA Of "NOT ??ITI.TY" HY JAiKsK)N, TUE aBtOOMOma lio-TON Foi;.,lu B?).sT?iN, July 11.?Ahruhuiii Jaekaofd Mim ur mlaned In Hil? elly v.si.id.ti on a criminal In tu munt for for.-ery. Jw-k?oii pK'adial ** not itutliy." .uni trat M* in m,?.ii at jail, vbaaa ba 1? bald m default el pDO^OOO hull. N du hi? l??n a-?li,ni,l for the Mal.butRWill nrobably nut la ii... hefi? - mi., i m m Tbelirmid Jury bara oat a? d 1. ....t.,. ,. it. rbaraea agaiuat Jack i not,. THE FLOODS IN FRANGE. F?LL PAI-TiniLA-?S HY MAIL. OtUUT PAM'.OF, ?Y lill. OVgRVI.??W OK TIIK (IA noturn. 'flin pnperi r(T?iv.?<l hy amil from .-'.ni thurn p ton 1?? Um -'it. of J me contain mm h ?ib mt til? denliue tton tathra liff? sod property by th?? floodl in Vrnner,. The details which have l-oeu re<etve?l of the ?oral dam ago don?? at Toni..use by tho overflow of t!io i.arouu ? are full of Interest. _ TIIK OVERFLOW OF TIIK OARONlvE. IT8 IIKUINMNti-ATT1.MIT. OK TIIK I .?.AMTA*?TH TO K8CAPK?IIKARTUKMlINt; ?li EM*..??- All. Till. *______ AIIK'OMTIH-' BANU OF m KIVHR l?l SlKOYKI?. _**?_r?? (J-ne _7> trl-jnim to TB* Irmrirm Ttme: Ae_Otn.1l nvivil from To ll'iiis-, t!n?'iKh rA laiBsnl lill.nu fill, snow I li.ti H.e calami iy Is far mon tnriibb) t', i. ?as utll.st Hipp nod. alni It It n ?v? I?. liitt.-.i thai, sim. hut..'n ii-* i.fi?.i- in- baye peri-bed. Twenty t?ionsi ,i. 1 | ersofflS ur-? ?leatltufi?, wini, tho <le Mtrm ti? i. ni i i.ii> 'ity is inn.'..?..-.'. |I|, to tV.'i- ?l.v iiolie.ly Inn! any f-t?*ii that owlnt. to th i imavy mm?* o tha |ir.-?.oii?i veta the Oartmne tvouhl overflow ?la bank ?iib inch rapidity, tin Tra- ?I... tis rivet, in I?. ?v waa unnsimlly high- and som* slight data ago v.'numap i A. auch ?_? usual!;- bappeaa iii Vftuuti Willi, (ill li ,1 i but Lad .il!\b,..'y ..ii -.-?-.ate I jit ??.?Ullin:?:-: In-' ?I s I'ttei- tii'W 'illlli'.i N.-1I ?I ?li I l.UIti' fl.ll.in-, <"* tt e?lll"??'i'>, I.HW ill r, I'l pi i. o.?. i i'i .ii,- i ; lia? river i cam?) a torrent, and ' by io a. in. it raaehed th? leral of to. tl.xxl of IBM. li ?oiitiiiiie.l to ii-?-, ami Mraanre. ?titi Uti nwithdesperate .i.i..!'to biiiim t.i ratera, hat the ? tten pt ??? s t?>.i late. They btruded nil t .<? lo? it n'.- quarters of the town, tnd ni i_ p. ra. taroo, the an 1 . s of one of the bn.l_.-t- and Jil lions, s wer. swept ?Way, and lh?- ,tv lunn :i_'-l. ilhs and lavaloil??* BBoOted I i the bank., wen* hu til??! ?town the stranin. daafclna . gainst the bouses alangalde in ib< lr course. At D p, in, tb ? water ros?- over the parapet* protecting the popal ais ?piart? r of til. (.'yprii-n. lu an hour 1st? r ii was t? ii fc?l ?bp. Uuttta wero liii-til ? gut out to rescue the illili:?.'--? of -Se falling houses, hat several of thetn wen? ?an led owav hythe current and ilasheil to pi.aSBS Ot swi?n.|_'il. Two boat?. M.iiiiied by night soldier?, tren datbed against each other, and .'ank In a pool brined by the gani? tis of the Civil Hospital, (?tit of :?? persons on board only nat nunan ant tartd. Boreral pttntnt who Irttd t.? ??-?? nape front the quarter on the htfl bank on kona ha. I wen- citiiled away by the flood anti iierisbcd. In the evening the whole quarter <?f Bt t_y prion was cul off from the rasl <>f the tuwn. the three url?t*es being carried awat. All WkIih da) tight ?was lo be heard the crash of bou??-? inui tlio cn?a of tb? ti. tims, (lu I liur* ?l.t.v BBOratng th? arbole population was In the Btm ts. 11,1 elassts tieing with on- taothsr la their u-hntt i?> ratta? tim vntiiiis. i ne town |ir.??,iit?ii ?i heartraadlagapeeta- > titi ..,*)???? lo O.OIS? UUUt cn-ililli-, I.alf I.ak?.I, i.till -.1, j and betiitiii'* t,-a?-?? ?-..ti.lui i??l ?m f.s.f w carried In leim it or on titeen to tht tiHIttnr Iwttgltnl : niaaj ot Ibera wero women leading their children by th? band. . Hy the aft. ii."''i the Waters had fall "i six feel in ni. Cyprieli, but both thora and In-low Toni"lisa they extended Uko au l___uen_t laht dotted ?uti t'i. botiic, oi' li.nu iii beings unit anuna1? and witli srtb les of furniture, willie roofa ?.f liou-vs tad treat b. re lill.I III. I. app? neil al?-te the Hoad At 1 p. II) tile j ci.'i'.-t of .-t. Meiinia.? went In procession to the ?hutch lit Is Unmade to ?upplteat?) lim Virgin for morey, uni ?? .ni? wen .* ung on all day In all the ohnrches, mo?t lOOeorp M wert di .-??tere?? ?ni TUursd ?y and ? friday, and ??t n-but.eil, alter being photograpbed, by j . n fin als. One of Hie vieilli ? was M. Wohlfart, U n leil m.Oor, who bad ? litered a liuosi' to sat'?- two ?-bil- ' '.i-eii, when the ti alla tell In mid burled bin. Bodies wen .!.- .'.er. ?1 in mun) Instan?? s ?n al *' s an I ganlens. Five Viet: nm ?.imposing on.? fs linly wero fooad in a trat floor room, looked in an u?onUing ?ni? blin?'. Ti.?>_.? t?ho had escaped were to be nea '.at.i.mil at the entrante of their ruined tenements tad glting Informa lion na to their tellow-oeouplera. lu the belfry of 8t. Nlfln las t lair? .i Of)neraoni took refuge, 'I In- li...m1 re i. IiiiI lb. altar table, und not far oil a c1* ri eai atadont wtt tearablng til day among tim ruins of a larg?-hoii?e for lu* p.inui? and sister, li-fi-ninc Intently b.r ativ sniiiiil of ufe. All tin- grattai b* on tho Dank? of th.- river tra ?le?,, i ......i, .uni the entire quarter nu tia h..iil to hate disappear?- I, for all the hoUMB s'lll stanilihg tra damaged er tottering. The new Otrttellts Ctiureb wat flooded, a Indi who wea eonfessing kolan drowned, winie the oonfessor elected lu.? ?Map??. Tnegtrtsata eon vent school wore rescued ?m Thursday. Tuey hud pntted a dreadful Bight _?>tng np from story to ator. st tin? II.?ni rose, anti passing the time lu plater, expect* Ing every moment to be theil ia?t. Toe bootes <?f tear worn? n were found, each with nu Infant iu bei trait, Am.tin-r worn n via., found by bei dog, in one loom ton tatii.is were found, two of whom wera still breathing, and received the Last Bacnunenti before expiring. 'I n ol.l.r hou.?? ?, on se? ..nut of the gnnti-i anliniiy of their walla, offered the greateat rasiataaee t?> the flood, and those suppoi ted by tho old fortificationB were not car rieil away. Large ntimbei-* of pettont have applied at the Mairie for foixl and shelter. The tiis.os rendered m. at ?, 11 in , -UspUaJ lag tht gieat? st OOOTUgt and ?lal Eng. .uni i b? y bate been warmly thanked by the n-iui-t l?a:ity. Tho villages round Totuouae hare toatldarablj' sulltiieil, and several p?fsoli.-i perished. Alfl?lUCI OK TotItnOVBM AVIVAI TIIK INCNDA TluM?A TOWN OK l.l'I ._??IMOL IKAIIII. Ol>'?K?>? I'KKSIKKM Si'.MAUON AT lill. ICBM OF TIIK DuagraBa fl ml.nae (J'inr- -.'.??) t.lrij.am tu The TttOd ,n Tinrt. Nothing ?'un prenant a grontar contrant than the north and south sides of tue river nt Toulouse?the one with it? usual nspeot iiii.iistiiru.i. sml its Inhabitants pin suing their ordinary avooatiooa; the other, like ?? pines which baa been bomb tub .1. The Faubourg Bt, cy prlt n I?*, m fa* t. a town oi its. li, and la to the upper part of ioiitou-o ?thai the Hurrot stde *>f the Thauu i la to the Middle-?*?_ sb.ro. The quarter It densely poonled, or rather bad'_.*>,oou Inhabit i its, most >.t thetn ol the woril? la . nins ins, thoogb outsitle the town ?all? ate i ?tins und towages i" loii.ing to wealtbler people, lui..ugh tlu? quarter run at euuea of ti?- '.and treund It tra nsldaof .-.ru tad market gardens: lu short, umler ordinary eir cilluslatni.iiii..? li niBSl be a pi a .ant enough pi?OB to live In. To denti-he what Bt Cyprian Is now la almost lapottt? bl?-. It It a towa of rum?. Hie G ronuelanoa running in ii? ii ttitral b? 'I, but all over the laundnti ?1 quarter aro |.".i.? ot u.itci ami ran., river mud i traes are uprooted? gardens tar? lucie mt amp?. Mid EtKOtt liall-ill i???. wat??r . ..iinet. witta hero tad then peat eruo-t-adrtwntn! gap?, lu BOOS pla? < s the bon?.., tit botpt of rubbish, in othon tb.- walls arc left standing, v? it li pt? turee or arti, len of attire bnngtnt on then. In ?.n*. ttreet thraagh whlcb 1 pa ?????.I only tune hoivcs Wtrt standing, and tain ia niobabiy the etta In adoran othertborougtutsres. Every where gan rs ?>f soldera wero at work dsnaoltshlnsi ?tails, collecting furniture, ami malting the roads pin-...ibl?, while the ow ted o' the l lins Were, Boiue kelp* ng with asort of nsolute fur. others sitting on bali or mattresses ga/.m, t.i_ru.-ly at ths rubbisli which repr. ? i-.a.teil their lioiu.-s. nome of the mole energetic fannlle-i were picnicking and woking their midday meals in the desolate gardens, the wemen bright, if not cheerful, the ?inlilreii playing aliout as if nothing had happi ia 1. '1 li ? d. ?(."ii 1. nf w. ?<? ?net tim ...ntriry, the women ?M.itig with th. Ir fi-eim burled In their han.I.-, and the ixiys ami giri? lying .unidle.1 together among thi broken beanisand neaps of plaster. The road sbles wen lint ?1 with all km.is of artnieK, from f..urp..?t bedsteads down to bl laketfl und boniii-ts, and lu _t*/l ral places the si. .ill shop kerjars wen drying, or rather attempting to dry, their ?took in tindo in the sun. Outalde the barriera the teeta It the same, with the addition of large BWtmnti winch wen once riaejatda tad corn-flelda, ami of little piles of gally-pulule?! beards, once f.inii.ng jsir Hon.-? of siinimei-lioii-M-a. The to? li wall its? It, a solid line of concrete, has In one plu?- been tlnown down ( quin ii.i. ami a iitti?- farther on two great betrat, at least ?tu f.-et long, have completely ban? d MM of the giil?w,t>s. .Nothing, how et cr, shows the forte of the flood so much ia the ruins of the lasp-B-lOO bridare. S? nrlt hull the bridge itself has beou firmly and -.?-? uroly laid by tho watij- OB the bank, t?b> n-, iud.-* d. I tt Beat mistook It for a landing stage. Only one bridge la now standing? namely ?the old Moat oat of Bt. fierra. Had it ot.-u mu tad aa a>, the losses on the Mt. Cyprim ttdt would nave been eran more terrible than they wera. Mtrthal Kaellnhon, Hen. ?te cisiuiy, ant M. BaJkt, trith th? it raltat, asea! all Battirdaj afternoon in visiting the ?inarteis of tit. Cvprieu and .-L Michel, where th, y talki ii fn el> vi itbth. niifi. n r?. I beal the Marahal ?ml tliitr It would In- tx-tter, " on*iderliig the hot weatln r, ?hat it would be lietter to burn all the ruins of lot. Cj prb-n. for the ?xb.r fl oin the refuse, uud also fl oin th lua'iy iitulis ? m on.i dead bodies, it? ron now sennely tolerable. The Marshal ?.ml. Monotrar, that bt had no ideaot the de ?ii m f lou, aud would do tv? ey Hung lu his powei to aib-tiate the ?listt '.???. Ile aft. ?wai?1 \?m!?.1 .lie H?pital St. Jac.pi,s, the uniitaiy hospital, and tin* tobacco numnfaotory. Every w lien- he tv a. eiitln ?last li allv ?-lipcrod, withi rleu.f " lir? liar Mahon !" Ile Bsatl lally compliment? ?1 the Baronne de ?alninins, wife of the -Prefect, the CoJltettt di leiicloii, and Othei lailiei for tlo-lr exertions, and pah lb-ly thanked tour Tell? rain for h^r l.tistrs. At half-past ?I ftttardny morning the Mai ?li .1 all? U'i?'l Matt, anti un mrstlsteli aft? r left for fenoolllet. when only o..e house mid the church are left ?lainling. On bis retuni het.- bs distributed deeoratloas to Ota, du Btstalnad tther ofll c?-r?i ami prtratea The way in which ll.e soldiers have worked and are working Is tin them?' of gen. ral admira? tion. To-day a large body of ? iiginecs is txpectod. In the (.vening there waa a reception at the PM> feetiiie, and at ?i this moulin,' tb. Mai?lial aud his companions left foi- Tarbcs In ? ariiag. s, the railway 11.minimi? alii'li b. nu lilli nupt.-d DESTRUCTIOif IN OTHER PLACKS. _?_____? r?? ra_no__ towns ani? rnitttw mn. WAY ('?IMMI'M? AITilN? I.N 1 KItl.t ITEI?. Toulvute (June le,) Teleorant tu the London run,, At Muret, in tin? Haute (Jiiroiiii?. tha Su.-p?n sIod liiidgi? has been ?U-stroyed, aud many bouses wreikcd. llo.pi'-s tad Ptattgntl, two villages mar, are Maratfl *>f _____ In the Arl?-*-, at bt. lister, tbn??? pans of the town have been flooded. At M,,iili?, i,. tin Tarn and (.ari'iiue, the tharah ban faibli. At Gol fecb only four honnes ami the church aro ???aniliiig. At 1. unagistt-rt* niaiiy houses have fallen. an?l the bndgi: bus been carried away. In Hu? ilante Pyrenee?, at Tnrlves and other places on the Adour, boute* hat- lallen ami all Um eraps are de?.ti..y?*d At sargiuuet all the mai,.- tree* nuindat.?1, ravetal n?ids and Hu: bridge demolished. At I'au, neeardlag to the bin ?t tntrUueaee, the raltwty comiuiinioatiou is cut oil' TOalontb it tall of people an'tlmm u> learn tin* tate of th. ti relatives tad property. The rallwav servi?-?, to I-f Igucut la tthollv in?iillieieiit, -ml the eoinp.tut, allli.mgh tots is the oalj lin? open, run no <? \tra trams. At present tin r* I* onl one Hain from I1?.rd.:iu\, tnd Ibis t _k< ? lo botirt t?. g?-t her.- lln- only tnuiidatlon romparable i.. th? pi.-.?, nt wau on Hu- l-'tii of Hepte-Bb? i. i : ii. IIEA61?BE80F BELIEF. ' HAltl'l till l \t i ?UK ni tt.tlt.ttu UAC-fAno_i *ll;t\i?. i-i.iii'*??! i? i> rug iKi.M m AAnk tu.i \. t\trit 'June itii fltgrnm t? ' ..- / .../ ,? Tiir.et. Ma__MM M.icMalion, fiislitui to der rdlt of pi-tsctressof ttoik? of charity, baa opened a u __c?rtp ti.ii alni has contributed '..?e *?r for the relief ?>r the >ii? irass, win.-ii ..,c.-ds all de?ftipt:.iii Notonlj Isthei i iinileiial ioma m _ l_,<sMi,.su? u. Al."i,?ss?,tas?." but Uirve i.? the nun of thoasaadtol hunllles tuddtaljr d?irlredal Muir llvttlbood aim dtbnrnd from a linii,lu ii auureet ?.ti... n tha widest oaarily tannot ranlaee. The floutb ..f I'laiii-e. ?lil. li ?a??piii?<l the ,. claele ,-f the Wai. now tndetguea lu Its turn n paMia eal mitt, livery in.at. bit I viln.il ililli?? hen demil?? a ii, ti ? i sub-, .t Bingle View cal.lint take la '.inn.. Iiiutim . | attrill .?ii. .hull. v?. II hate am,, b- h . in?, *-.i many misfortune I would tx-g permlaalnn to appeal la yonr colonna lo the henovol. net tA th" lingliah public, theeffoctaof which Frame cuiieriencod during rho laut war. It I? not linn.-* neo tant a I r. m h deputation laid b m-foro lier Majesty a testimony of gratitud? for mit -jmriiiiy Tim praaaot visitation I? a mora I rr.I>1.* onn than the ?. ourg? of war, and tho?* wlm are nulTeifng un,1er It did notlauur *?? draw Ir upon iii-un. I ?nul<l (aipreaa, then*? fore? up<?n 3*onr refera the nnceiwlty of aa ?IstlnK In titi? work of Ini.iiuiilfv, ilci-uni?-.! io replace ?li thnt charity e?Mi replftoe, to mmoto on many vieiim? from Hie hiiif?"i'ij<? of liu.'i.'i i, to help to doth? and hoii/wi lilli'., ml to allow them to mourn tln.se Hu y lowe, lo.t 1.1 ?' '.ni b.'i'ii: .t prey to irish anguish. Tie tlr?t d.iy'a ?iiiwrriptloiis r? "cIvikI at tim Prealden?y b) the Commit. ti? form??! under the patron ig.j of Maila mo V M u, .-i an,oiini. to t.l,ni?>f Inn Mluiatcr of I din ?li. a boo ?<1 dreateda elrenlar tofha Lyccuma, fnliegea, ?v? , ur?<irig Iii ni lu rai?? a subscription Hinom; theil M?dente. Thn ?southern ii.nl w ty liaav* cul riliiil.nl ?I,m io/., lad Ula Opera and ?oin?? of the theater? w?ll y\xi a j? rfbrmanet In uni of tb? siifferera. In the A*jatetbfyyr****roNae. M, I>?peyre. i Deputy for the Maulo-iJaririne, prap? loma I of 2, 'Mj.ooof., and the propoaitl va? referred to tin- Bradf-atC I milite* m the ordinary oom . bul M ? ifaui expUined thai the Ooveruoieal .mico |ywalt"oit forfn ther laformatlou t.. ?? Ina fore ? i a v.r.' tnpprenientto*- thi ino,?"??)!. a,.?a 11.m.?! on Ki'.day. THE LOSS OF 'HIE Still I LIRE RFPOHT OP TIIK OOMMTTKE OF INQUIRY. IHK IiiMArsTUt < XVIVO I.ST.UKI.Y TO Tit* KI ii ? I TO T iK ' -' if? IMHIM, Til?* Committee, "appotolMl I y t?*?*? BfMafa Iii, rd of Tra le to ?titpifre labt t'ie i-ni-i ? ? tim ill? .stir to Iho ?'? inner Hc.hdler, has ni.id?? "lie foil ?. inj r?i?nt : ?ItiKr-.swn it I'm ni ?vi ? r, JUOO If. Th? Hcl.ilh-r wa* an In,u ?i row aeameiiip betooflag te t'n i ?t a.f Hamburg; ?'.?? v. ia hu li al Glaagou in li o year isrt.by Manara K Hauler *Oona, ilertoonago ?a rta 1,490 -")|(>1, ??nu? ami '?,'li.f, 1-',,., r?'?cl?tir, ami i, a propertj of the (?ii mini Tren itlaatic Rteam Navigation Company; abo waa ehuraed la liuydt Megtater of Bril a ami Kort ?ifti Chipping 100 A 1. 'lin? retard lett (few-York on tit* '?it:, at tprtlbut, bound for Plymouth, Cherbourg, an I i* tmhnnr the ? u iiiiuiii-d bv a crow or lis hands ?iii told,and < maand i by t'apt. Tuoma?, an ubi? and i tp ,.- m d oflloer (wl.u had a,.r\,.,i for upward of rdi ye. tr. m t htef officer in ti u P? nliiHiilar ?n?l Oriental .-steam Navigation Ptlilfanf | W?ounly t.? hi? taking t.'d? irirmmaadi Hho cirrled 'J' 1 p.iM.i iifi;*, al?o the Anstrahlt!, New 7aOil.iml, a ni otii.-r i ian?. Ac? online to the aMOteui tori, U wa* mtended to oouunuuleab erith Bolly in onlci to -ii i nuilee to the a rent at Plymouth to prepare ti b nliii. iii maila i,.ni th?- itb of If ey, ?aau tho I i ?u>?i nailon waa lakeii. Um ?ve. r,tall i'ip ira by ii t ? . Idi 1.1 a-, bec.um -ii timk i , it u. ? i. ie?|Ue0t a'.nrx.i ti, .-ia co uni be obtained ?in i'?7th a fog had net In which became doOtOt towal* .s lilirht m they ;ippii..ul.e. tin l.t'i 1. Al II nu ni I. ii d. . li.. ?llpp. t! , , ' li I flics- p by dead ii t ki.nillir urn? m latitude4V iN and longitude IO" "??.J' VV. Mad thi? reckoning b- a c.-r root, tb' boiiitlei would have bj ?i ?i ii ?tua? i, irli ii f ?inni" of tin-It hop l.;",t:i-!.- . "i'l I",Jiiii]i-;. the weet ward of It. Tk ptdoeeaei appear te bara Imm*i any local doxi.itioti of tie- compoee : i .neoqueutl/ ? oounowaaateered h HT0 E. for UclUy, at tapped oi li knot? au in.ur. under both ttoam ?ixl ?..??I ead dar tag dense fog. Tin? eourot xi a? i otil.inii ti till V.'.b, p. ni., Hil thould 'lave taken ti? ve?a?. I eight mtllt lo the ?'Illili o ihe i.r.aia ?., provided tbalr poaitioa ntl en bad bei u em r. ii; at W3? p. m., according to tb? cvbl neaofttai ?ate, the ooaree waa altered to 8. H. W, r- uwat takei In, th?* ?..-?-ii i.?Im eil. and ut Hi p. in. tin i'eaaal Lain..' p.? al li II.anlc UM li-llilp Light!?..- ' li .Il ? lit 1 .11.- a i . tne light or heard the tog lull ?bleb trae gxtna al the time, niMiek upon the Ketm i nr ?a ..-.?, ami ...' iatcl| beoamo a total wreck, witta a loi ol 331 Uri ,1 lud .* h'T ia plain. r-lmrtlv after the \, .aa. I ?tiaek, un! i? ti, .? given to got ?mt the boat?. Of the eight boa I < U l'o..id. tai x of them lifeboat!, onlj one,agl , waa gul Into tin water aafely j UM other? wert eitoer ttove m lowering ar ???h.ni away by the tea, of life.. Ita there ?tt alan au ?imple ?uppli, Niai, in ?ni lit), t: 'o 12 life bunya ; but they would ?. ?'.u to bara been uutkillfull na t, m mu aald that .ill the boilioa wa.sli?d on than xxeio pn,x idt ?I i? ?'.i tin III. in treeing h'iek the ?our??? of the reoai i *r..ni the liet.ir rl.i Koala till nan or tin- 7th, n will appear thal ?he bad greatly orarrun net iMrtanrt A? no beerration bad beea obtained for the thaiea pwrtout ?la;.?, the aamraed poaltion munt hare beea aa ermaeoua our, ead Uni ve? ?id ?as in r??alit> further to the northward and eaatwar ? than their dead reokooing denoted. Dad a < ?.st m ti lend t? cn taken at ?ii/lit o. rea in? o'clock t-.-f.ro the ooaree wa* altered lu BAW., ii an n..- depth of a r ?uni oatareof the i?.tt?iin it would bart thown them their proximify to .lang' r tod the errol In their ha *> omng, ami would pmbuidj bara ararted th.? -.?.! ti.? a?ti r. The dinctloii? for approaehlne the BngMeb Channel were ?m boriM, tot the1" "'"* "" loatruetlooe laeaed bf tin Eagle ?".uni' nv foi 'he ?)??-"?'naxi?-atli.n ol linn a!n; h. both of which wa?--? unfortunately nentocted ; ti., i.r warn nerlgatora to gua"* ajrainal a norttaerlr ^. t ahea approaeblng Hciilr, and bwuloat? tbo aceeaalt?; ot tear-? ful u?" of ti?? ?,ail In think weather; tin* l.iit.r ai - eipialiy rtrlueent in uf*"* ??*?"' oommanaem not le negleot any of the umtal praeeatleot *? b a malling the lund. The entire negleot of tho ulmve pn caution? I? In Ho opinion of Um Court tue tota taute of tala lamb i i lauiity, iuvolx lug ?UcU a groat **W'l0t "' mtt aud prop I , I V . iiurlng the course of thi? ?mi'tlry a great many ?pi. - Hoot wen aabed bj eaunairl ?i? to the oompar*l*Jr? m. ula, of fuir li ?rns or bell?; but tnatmuoh M the w'"'l" ?>' tilU difficult queeMaa ha? beea to recently th? siibj?jct of ?i ?euictiiug iiixestig.itio!) hythe highett autbontlea i?, Court considera it preaumptnout t<< oferany oplnlan upon tin? matter. Allu?lon x? a? al?n ni.ide to the Bj e* ?ity of /og ?Igpils beiui?' placetl on tho Reilly lalee, Should, howerer, it be thought ad vlaable to adopt uny further precantfcmt by the erection <>f a?i<lttion;ii fog signa!? on the scliiloa or hy e?tablishiiig tolegraphit " ? mi.ui. ation between tbe Inhabited island?, the Coori' would tall oiipa-cial attention to the evidence of Mr. l>or rieu mud n, the proprietor of ti ? lidaud?, and Mr. U tin i,.--, i?"f eagbtear ol tbe Trinity Honte, bett of thean g. Dtalemeo being Intimately eequalntod with toa loealitx .uni h.ix mg paid great ? Meatian to the ?ubjtvt. Aa it li.ui becu ?uggesti ti that It baa uot been iinu?it?i for \ enm-l.s when pausing Reilly to mii.lo use of tho neog ma. ?! .i.irnriis of dis'M ?is for the purpo?? of aniiiuiiicii'g im r .ti 11 a.u. in jiiaiiis- to ll.e iiieiuory of the late Capt TbomaaaawoU a? lo the proprietor! of the Eagle lian, the Court wi.si, to exp?es? th? .r opinion that any Imputa? tion upon th in aa to tbo prin tice of iliirg gilba or iiMng lignait of d'un ms aa Hlaaiapba of arrival aro utterly without foundation. H.J. TAnUa-ioi.. rttii>omliary Maglstiate We concur In thi? report. 11. li.ieKl- ami inxa. K. l*u\, K. Nautical A??cs.sorr). CLAIMS ON THE ?V/H'? MEANS nu; n?).\BD ok appoiitionmknt askkh r,ui ki ni? IO HU. IN TUK HiKI.KM FLATS -TIIK MA1TKU HI BK 8l'K? IAil.Y OOBaUMOUD IKMIiAT??9100,006 As.SKKsMF.NT BOOM UWOgkh. Tin* Boori of Estimate timl Ai)?)oitioniu?'iit at Ita ineiiiiig on Baturda? rm uni a luiiiiuiii..<nii?n from the Hoard of Health, setting f.uih that then um tiiflk'ient truth lu the reisirt? uoxx OB Hie v*. itli the Btati that tbe district lylu??; l-otwcn Nli-ntv first ?mt ? ?m I. in ?heil ami u?ii?iskU., known ae the Harlem Flat?, Is lu a . ??million dangerous to Ufo ami he.ilt i. and ha? he.>n declare?! a public nuisance, ami that ih' Hoard bad ordered that tin? following place? and /?Tiiund? I?- eaetaai with freeh earth to a bight of in * : ??? than two foot atiove high water, und that the ?in fuel shall be bo graded that no water shall remain or ?t uni thereon; U'jJngton-avc., between Une-buiidri d and third and one hundred and foin ti. st?. ; Ouo-bundrcit lud liztb-at., between Fourth and KaHaaBVOVOa? ; Ouo-biin dnxd-audHievoiith-iit., betwixu Fourth and LeTdaftaa area.i iaciiiiKtou-u???., batvaao Oae^aaatiaaaaAelial and Ouo-bundnil und-e|ghtb?t?. ; Oat liuinlr. d and ?? I enthsst, betwo?au ?Second and Tbird-av??.., and on linn dred-aud ?cvoiith-st., bctwoeu Second and Flrst-avi ?. 11 ? Hoar?! further onler??l that the work of tilling m lal ?T.iilini; should be done through the ollie, rs of i ; ? Hoard and a?ked for au appropriation of pOOyOOO foi tim purpone. Tho Controller a?k.?l that the mat'er might b. 1 it over, aa he doslretl time to look Into It. Tim Kapai thought It waa a subject that called for prompt ?wini, ami he otlerit! a ??solution that the amount of -i-.'l ? 0117 4?, an unexpended balance of th? Heal, h DeptM in. nt uppropilation? fur tho years is?-* ?md 1-.7;|, ta M-.inaforred to Iho Impartuiciit for the purpeat U9M tlonesL Tb!? after diaon ?lou wau laid over until te ''???' when It will ba mad? tbo ?jtt-clai onh r. The i*ontrollor wa? authori/vd to i.ssuo i?l<),?)o?> j" lit mint bonds to pay the folloxvliiit itidgtnenis a.-un.-l tin city ; Mary BihIIuo, for advert!?,.ng (.V. I 7?.>;kjVA| W,M1 '22 ; Samuel Nelligan, admii.istrator, for scril.e, in lsTl readcrod by llionia? Nelligan at an t*si?tanl clerk to the Board of Alderuicn, #-?71 S3, with lut? rosi mid coat?*. ; Wllllani (Joatollo, *110 lil, for Mrrioat ae ? eicrk to the Common Council. Total, *7.07*> 61) !!?? \\ ? .ii ?o nut burl/i d to la,in -1 n.iKii) a.-.a. i,.i.,i 1,1 In ni- >? I ??'' lity of New York. fta CeaNabataacia of ?Cbatttiea ami ("erreettoa takei for OUMMMO lor needed repolit otlMh. -pr.?.s wdotb pubil? builduiiais under then conti ol, putting m heab le. For that pOtOU? tue ?um of ?-7.%.<n?i arai U I fer red from tho apprnpriatloa for liC4 to that of The folliixxtng eomuiii.iii.it on? Were received and OH oxer for future ooaalderatton ; i linn ti? ii?,uni ,,i i.dm ation, requeattaf .bai m a propnation of ..al?O.iXMi b.- tunde for rebuilding ti <? t, na mar tabaaMMOoh recently deetrojred hy On, eom Nintli-.it. and Avenu? t , ead in lucr?:..lug the ?uc of iho lol on which tb?; ?.Id Inuldin? iteod. From Ihe I'd 'I < onnnl??ioner?, r?'que?t;iig the lismrd to tppreprlatt lal rlo.inHi a.sked fm by the Pul1?? Hoard, to in- uac.1 O in '.iii.iiii'ii?' -M-iiiis foi leiciwugaebeeaad aarbaot WJ in.? 'a m iii? harbor. From tin- Oonirataalourr of Pul Worfca, a?klng for the lotue of bSOU.OUO Croton ? if m.nu ?ti.ek tor n liixing pii?i? and ? x*. dtmg the diatriba tion of water thro ixlw ii the .-it*, ?.ni to th? publM Ina ; tiitn.li? on the l?l.nuls Frei., ti ?? Park li uiinlai.i.'ii? ?>. .tkiiiK- the eatabllahnienf af a nea fund nadet ia >? I p.i.-si d b> th?- las; Laatalature, lo ?? eatltledlbi ' ' '? I'.n ks' liii'a'inxi nient Fund." loila- kiaounl uf ?l ' "': tin appropriation to be .?.id f in? laptvvi ? ' regiibiiiuii of th? lui ha .,.? i .,jit,u, | ,.f t*. . H \Y vi. OBDBM W.xM'iNi.i.iN.Jiiix 11. Pbaaaiiaaiat.1 IK I, I.n X -, ,|l in ona i,,I I.a |l,,. x.lin ! >t ? ?I, I 1 !ii;llli-?-r A. li M lilli ?1 in ?liti'l. I ... a. . -?! Nav)X?n|. l,.?Ut. J.iw;ill K iTMO 1? til'! i. . ' . ii. N .1 r ik?ii?, li. Nuri i I"?. In, Ktatkia, lit,I ai I? : - ? at tlf Hiilrnitriphli laafli-e Patead Aaalal itK , ? ??> r ??,.iri?*?* J lit.rtuii l.s iirlmrliia) tumi Um ??itliiirli.t uni rvporHna"! li. rein'. s'a! ?.rim i to natara i mom wai ?? r? ?? io? ? (till In,' ti,er I* x -li , lan, ?r.nn U, \. ?ulilligUia ^??>* ^ u.i. lad ordered m ti.. s.i i a?i . u i, ?, ? i. ii . I'enii tellag ? .11? Mci X XX Ua?.? ,. ?em lln i'u?'.?'-*l' ??a.? ?I.,! ni.??- il un ?i?. ?,a?r.