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" ~~ ? ^ ' ?? ?? ? ? '?T~ WHOLE NO. 6617. H0BN1NG EDITION-WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4* 1851. PRICE TWO NEWS BY T K LEGRAF H. INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON. Dubious Prospects of the Reciprocity > Treaty. SKRITEO DEBATE ON THE TEN MILLION BILL. EXPLOSION or IVTLRUL JlAlBKVE. ADDITIONAL NEWS FUOM MEXICO. Corrupt ion in the New Uuuijisliire Legislature. BumtmI Breadtul Kuilroad Explosion, Ac., At., Ac. From Wosliiiitiioii, Kfm TEN MILLION BILL?"1'EtiOtt ov rt. HAVEN THE COKRKSrUNI'KM.K- ?TliH CI: H ItV A ^ D RKCI PH0C1TY TREATY?SPAIN ,\>'i. i.i; i. OALlt'OKNlA MAIL CONTKAl'i S? K<H/Ji i JI O ;Jlh\- AlilitlBSS AT k OLD TAMMaN ?THE FINAL AnJOHtN UK.NT OF COKQKEb'8, ET. . Washington, June 27, 1-854. The Ten Million ' '? t In fnv- i- . f Hants Anna and the 'kitchi i Cabinet I ? Im u inn e "u awuiniftraU'in measure will or n . e pa**, t* tl.eie h not suffl. lent independence in ilie piuamt iaoum* to ro-Ut the dictum *Ot the Executive ? Mr. Havon made a tellinr peeeb to il iy. urglne thst the Gadn en coi ro?| oi ,e-> .* .-,h?u]dip predate ! to the ^iouee for thu infern ati<1 f tl( p il>I ?; hut It is of such an utterly ol.-gr;.ceU. I chuTa:ter that there U no danger of its beii-E vent in. 'ihe S- uate w?~ ro isguated uritli it that it was returned to the Hale i.epiutmeut as being > unfit for tbe feim'e* tlei It is bt-liitred ti e li>li?Tf nod leclpno'ty treaty will ^ not be sent to tbe Senate till-aettgiou At all eventu, it | U evident if it is Ben', the Senate will not act upon it till next winter. The administration liave for the present abandoned all their outcry about -pein imd Cuba It ix 11 be renewed as soon oe'tLe ten million pluu lor is tecured and the general appropr.ation bill passed. Mr. Mcltougal'b bill for ino,-e?King mail cemmunication with California, and which tho Anpinwali Company have got him to consent to amend ho hd to continue their mo nopoly, will probably pans about the same time as his Pacific ltailroad. Mr. Latham, the very talented young representative from California, is to addicts the tacueusat Old Tamma ny on the Fourth of July. It is J robablo a joint resolution w'U Ihj agreed upon for an adjournment ttnc die on tie 81ft July. VIUlt'J'l-'llUHl) (l.M.K?HS, FIB8T 8KSmI??V , Senate. Washington", June 27, 1851. PBrmONS, PRIVATE HILLS, ETC. A few petitions were presented. ? Sixteen private bills were received from the House and roferred. BILIH PAS.-En. , The bill making Fronteias, iu Texa<, a port of entry wa? psss?4. The bill creating a new collection district In California i -was pa?hed. MONEY D1 F. TO MARTI AND 'JY Tt!E FEDERAL OOVERSME.VT. The Senate took up the bill providing f r the re-examl Dbtion and settlement of accounts het?*en the United State s and the Sta'e of Murybiiir, for interest on money adve.ncid to the United States during th-'laU war. Tbe bill allows Maryland Interest on the amount ad var.Ci d by her to ?h? Inited btatee uuring the war o 1812, the principal having long since been repaid, but interest denied. Messrs.'1 earck and Pratt supported the bill, and Mr. Bayard ojpofec it The bill was pas-ed by the following vote Yen Metin Ad m> Allen. Kaditer ?** I. Benjamin, T>redb<'Bd. *rown. Kti'lcr Clay. City ton Dixon Dodge or Wi? , E*an? F< smnden Ii xp .trick, Foot <;?y?*, < illetto, Hamlia H n'-n .lua<-? of ..??? J iiitu nf r?no , Ealkry llini NotrU Pcaroo Po'ilt, Pratt, ll"e?wellt RnsV h?t>artiao, toward, I'houipioa ot' Toucy, Wade - 36 Nays? Me?*rs Hayard, Bright, Cass Chile, Dodge of lima, Staitr W?lk<r.-7 CRANGINO THtt TIKi; F iR TIIK MEETING OF CONORE.-<S. On motion of Mr. ADamp, ('leiu ) ol MUa.. the tfenata took up tfceHouse Idll changing the time of the meeting Of Cotigrf M from D cemher to Nov??iber Messrs. Fitzfatrick, Ri>k, Bknjamin I'ratt. Brown-, sind Bayard opposed the bill, and \leair*. Uoi'gias, Johs Son, Badc.*B *nd t*win supi>orted it. Mr. Batapp, (oem.) ?i l el., m >ve i an amendment, that all elections tor mern'mrs of the next Congress ahail take plare on the Hrst Tuesday In Oc'oher, and on the same day eveiy two jear- th?i eafter. l/i?t. ' Mr. Hb* jauin, (wl.ig) of la., moved an amendment, that the meeting in November sbull be only for the second session of each Congress, l.o-t. The till t?as then rejec ea?yens 15, nays 38?as follows Teas - Me<frs. AHeo, Atdii-oa. B.-idoer. Bell Brodheal. Foote Gyir (*wia Htmlii), JoIufod, Jon?ao< low?, Jones of T?i n. 9'w*-rd, bnnin^r r r. J Tbiimp?o; ofKy Nats? Hisiri. Adam'. i.?>nrn Benjatiin, Brlaht, Brown hutl?r <'a?? Chiue t'lay, Dixon Dod<e "f Wi.>., Dodge o< Iowa, lvan?, Ko i-enl.-u. Pis'i Fi>intirink, Oil l?tta Hi nftoi lJunt-r. Mat oiv. Mason. Norrls Pettit, Pratt, Keck well, fcnnli, f>n ?ttnn, Oljflol, Stuart, Toucey, Wade hrr ond Vt illiutnn The f-'en.ito then adjourned. Hutuci of Ilepit:?n>t(itlT?n. Wa.?uinoto!?. June 27, 1854. tbe gewofro Exranxiojr agawot ccda. Mr. HAItP.ls, (dem.) of Miff , asked, but did not obtain leave? Mr Cllngman, (dem ) of N. G\, o?jocting?to in troduce a resolution requesting tho President, so fur as in his opinion it Is not inc >mpatiblo wiili the public iut >r osts, to furnish the House with any information relative ? to citizens of the United States, and other persons re siding therein, being engaged in org<tmziug and fitting out a military expedition for the invasion of Cuba, as may hare bfen in his po-otession on tho 81st of May last, .the date of his proclamation. THE GADfrm.V TRKATT. Mr HorsTOX, (dem ) of <1?., offered a resolution to teiroir.n'e debate on the Mrxicin treaty b 11 to-iiiorrow at nocn. He said, great anxiety is oxpre-sed that this hcs Kion shall terminate on the 31s> of July, and in that feeling he sympathized aw much am any member. On Monday next, he should move to take up the resolution for adjournment, and if the progress of business shall marrant, will vote for it. Mr. Havkx. (whig) of N. V .-said, from the turn the debate had taken it was evident, if the House will not call for the correspondence tin i instructions relative to the Mexican tiea'y, ti.o debate might in well be eloped now as not. It seeine t to bo con ceded on all hands that this Hou-e the right, an a matter of expetiency, to withhold the appropriation If the friends of the administration are willing 'I f instructions and eortespon ence shall t>e laid before the House, that it may lie acte l on ns * question of expediency an*\ prnprieiy, then the deba e o i jh* not to be cloted for severs! days. Ho suppo-eitbe coires pondence and instruction* was in a cntidl;lon to be trans mitted tn the House, having nl.eadv been bef ire the Fenate confidentially. The treat v looks fair on its face, bnt If the House wo-Id teat whether It is a proper ono, tier rtaould have tho documents before them Tne resolution was adopted?veas 44. nays 68. ClKKK Pon A r IMMITTKX Mr Mack, (dem ) of Ind , oler.-d a re-tolution, which tras adopted, allowing the -elect < ommittee on fr mds ? connected with mail steamers, to employ a clerk for twenty days. He House went into committee on" TOT MKXlCAJf TREATY BILL. Mr Joins, (dem.) of I.a., >-aiii?lhe provisions of the Ireatv are so explicit that every member c*n easily com prehend it The first posses ion secured to us by the trfaty is twenty millions actes of land, which U not of *o mue.ti impottance for its iniiinsic value, as th.?t it ?ecures to us what we supposed was secured by a former tieaty?that is. the right of a southern route for a rail read to our Pacific possession-". This treaty release* us from the eleventh article of the trea-y of (lua lalupe Hida'po, which gave rise to a long continued and able debate In the Kenate, and ha* in-en pr < luctive of no ' thing but agitation, uncertainty and doubt ever sine* Die eleventh provision stipulator tlmt tho United States thall restrain the Indians from all incursions on Mexican territory, and. further, that in the event of being un ? able to do so t1 e Uni'ed States will punish the In dans ?nd exact compensation and justice to the Mexicins for damage done, there have been two constructions put upon that article from the day 'if its ratification till ? now. We stipulated nothing more than that if these Indians should make incursions on Mexican soil, the United States by armed force, -hall punish tbe Indians and make exactions of them 'o I ho same amount that t -we would exsct for Ourselves under similar circura Rli nces. Rat this is not the construction of the Mexi can goveri mont, which holds us reaponsib'e for such damage. an-1 says we must m ike compensation out of the nationhl treasury It. is known tiiat the Mexican gov Ttrimt-nt l as already presented claims to the amount of f 000,000, and It is sa il that I'resident Fil'more was ?will ng t? | ny fg (ll'rt I 00 and thus settle the q ie<t on. 1f ' e sj i r' :>tc',*n ' h< n he had been mi?'ofrrt? >d. It 1s ri ttiat Mf-th'o t pe#?f??frmt elalois for - (? nt Y"i vpiwj ly peii SoUUfcCUt v( IM t)?fWU| aiticle of the liuadaloupe Hidalgo treaty. Dut, , fcccoruii 9 to Ola vie?, alio ho* no Jd?t claim Hy tl istre. y wesetil- toie\er, <at least if l? l> iel.) this bmian-liiy q,?-\iun of bound.irv. lhi". treaty wuull clo-e all delmteable ques'lon*. Mr Iri-t, uu'Im I'tui di lit l'olk , i.lined flit, ni million* for the right of way for 11 nulr ad way aeros* the IsthnMi- "f I'nhutntepe *. We now p-ei more than this for ten miHuim. lie re li'l to Mr Hentoti. den.inir 'hel the ptlv l?*^e? nfthe House have 1 e? d Inverted by the in go 1st inn o -hi? tieity Mr. Hjh*>. (wliix) if V Y, end h? under,toed Mr. .tones an 'nk ng giound, ss oilier* who preee el hira had. that th* llt'iiMi h is tie cona'ii <? I ion 1 right to 1 nitbliMar tli n for h tie. ty i", <n i n-i. J'l^g nwm and p> od spn-e, It .vii" fi.r 'he int?re-o of the '.f>un 1 tiv. Tl hi l.eli g ho, he did not resign to -a- a wo'd shout the abstriKt ihht. It oivt.i question of ex .e ' diencv. and tie onlv subject mm the turn of the treaty and the hi i?-f mcK am< which the I ri'itwl has iho ight tit lola.v It* ore Ihe House. Wt llnd ft refers to t?rn nn teeoi'tnt treaties Un- Ire-ity o ' <.ua<lalnupa Htlalgo ant thetieat* ol Amity of 1831. With le.ar i m ttie eleven'h article the construction put on it h> the gentleman fiorn l'< nusy 1.1.nln, (Mr. Toned.) mid others, wan that put on it by the hist ucmiiiia'lalion, wlii li be |>rae?eii"d to sho* . he die not kro* what lie ? nghl n> do with re paid to tl i? treaty. lie bud be"n told by l-itmed geo- j lit u en that 1 be House ban the right to withhold the ' aptrcpriution. That is u question i?f expediency and 1 pi od tbith. liut. the out) th i,g h' had ta uc>. on was the timple test nf the ti eat.v. lie mould take that, and ne ?alined li itsti.dtLiie nud then: aloi\e. ile toeu al luded lo Ihe r mors afluat ?? ucei nlng the ? it ret move nienti. | ri c i ing the negotiations of the trt-aiy^-not, if r?| or' wa? true, crcdiub'e lo ail parties. It wa- tliero f. r> due that the correspondence slioul l be laid before ti i 1. use. Ml. i aylht. (aliig) of Va.. ashed whether the gentle trnn 1 j ew of n n>e where the cori-PK|>i:ndenee was pub l-h*< hi fire the rai locations of a ireaty weio e* cbi ngrd Y Mr 1I>VES rej lieil the geotlenian lin.' had nio e expe ri- ire tl m li" 1 ad, and that he diil not |- ofe-in to lien. I h'we', er. the corie.-pondence not gi.eu, ti ey n uht o e iu the I'ark. Mr. I'.jimi^ ei id. tie ireutv gpen'.s for itneir. In c"n iifct on with oui dijlomucy with ilexico, there wa< no lien: for the dor; menu. Mr. h/'F rensnked that all thd ioformntlnn furni-h e*?#> on he faie ofti.e treaty. He had, Hec.nrding to the ari un ont to vote yea vr ?'"J hut 'm'' not 1,10 riK,lt tokii. w be i-oiilrnti-i f the c m M <'opence Ho a-?ke.l Mr li?>ly whether If, ontl-l !? t?.?* meo-npe of th? Pr?d d nt, thi" treaty vb? fmudiilent an*ud>er e to the Inter eatc of 'hi oountry, he would rufe the tppnrrittliiB, became 11 e treat} s| ol >' h r iiiw-ll f Mr. lUtLY naid. in the cou^ituetlon of leu*' In.itru mentp, hi opinion ?a< they ?t?nd on thera>oivei. He oid not belie* e much in iiiotc<ol> or explunali. on which aiegiuii >bem by the coneiuondeoco. They aie rather tl'<- argMi ei te of counfel, not afT-ctlng ti e judgment of the coirt. Winn he lmd tl o treaty h- 'ore him, and had the aiileccdeiitR. ho ahould be very likely to havo hid jud| trn nt Hiiti.?fleii 'o its bearings and eitoet Mr. H.1VK.N iei lied, he would too wh-n he had the pro ckden's. He wished to know ihe parties attending the treaty. Mr. TaTIOk. (whig) of Ohio, understood Mr. Jones, (of Lh ) to iidi-eit tbnt 1 jeeident I i)im<'reoffei-ed the Mexi can go* < rnnient fl\ milli'ns dollars to get rid of the elevei th article in the freatv of tiuadalupe Hidalgo. Le asked Mr llaron whether*be hud any Information, official or otherwise. c< ncernirp ibat subjectf Mr. H.\*m hail no begitaiion iu common.citing what irfoi mat ion lie had Po far ai> he knew of tho precedini? ?dmii Utiftt on, it had no kitchen cabinet; and no mm whoi>a? privileged toeoter and obtain infurauition liy the iack doi r. Ile had never I end of such a propohf. tinn be rg mad# os tlint slhulcd to by the gentleman fiom Ohio; n- r did lie believe it was ever mtde. Ile re lated. he wixbeii to know more'of what the gentleman ri m Nirtilnlo (Mr. lia)ly) calls the antecedent!?the coirtB|?oi deice Mr. fATiv, inli rrnptirg, said?When he spoko of ante ccdente. l.e did not allude to the correspondence, but ho meant the r? lath na ? hich existed notoriou^lv and oi^nly between tho two governments, not diplomatic correapon d< nee. Mr IIapk* repeated, he wanted to know all the ciretim Bttnces. There are men abb* to vote without further iiileinia'if u. such as his friend from Virginia He was not an enemy of the administration in It* just purposed. He atked whether it was not duo to th ise at tfce otht-r end of f be avenue, that the ciwngcs to which he had al lured tliouUl be put to reNt, or this treaty forever retro bated. . He had conficence. however, that the correspon dence. if pn dnced, would put there rumors to rest. Mr rnuure, (dun.) of Ala, denied tbat this Houro has anv pTl\ ih ges to he invaded. This Houi-c pos^osgeB certain cem-tltutional rights, but wo have no privileges, a.--the woid is used, lelative to the bgialation of thia country. In tb? H itti-li authontlea, we tiud that the King is the fountain ol' power, office, and of privilege. He replied a! length to Mr Benton, dissenting al'.ogother ir> m iheoplnh'iis of that grnil man. Mr. FiClijiMtsos, (dem ) of Illinois, rose to a personal exj !m ation. He bad b- en accused ot un act. for which, w<teh" guiltv, ho wi uld deserve to be cxpalltd. He ca le.i a ' onth n to a teb 'jrupbli-. itaspacth which not long aii.ci ?j.( carer i- ;he New Yorl; Dally limes, purporting to he sent fri m ibl- ?? ty:? /n sptunndini ftawl has jnitt-ccn discovered hy Messrs Cunplol t?nton .Mace i ad others, la 'ho Na>'r?*ka till. I iirnn Mi- nil harden nat il t'. 1 e Inui". tbst hi? sob itituio^sa- the same ?? tb? *etia?" t> 1 almblv wiShnut the i aj in iiroviso. when in fact ts hau itis rto * a . Hu<a pro ?lull!, tint n prn -n, otlur tb?i. ? citi'i u ?.f Mivil nil"' Miilen shall b"!*" ctflr or voto until he hau >-woin t.o ?nppott the i r i It !es .?f the Mil Mr O.ivrrttl., (free soil) of Ohio, desired to sny to the g. ntliman and the committee. Inasmuch as his name was n.entionoil in tho despatch, that In various Convn>atlcns ?r this subject, he said ho regarded the lossage of the Kebtnska bill as a greatlraud; but be de sited to snv to Mr. Richardson tl at at no time did ho Intend to charge the gentleman with perpetrating a wil ful Irand. , Mr. P? HAitnsoif?ro I uniUrstand the gentlema* to sav I ?vi r ] i rj etratcil Buy fruud at all'/ Mr. CjMi dei i replied, no; I thought the passage of tho bill * .is a violation of tho rules Some months ago, when I waa at li iinc, I recelv. d at-legraphic desjiatch , ut" Dgme to retiun to Washington, as it was believed | the friends of tho Nebraska bill Intendod to tako , a nap jiiilgnient ou tho absentees. My con Blitvents becinie alarmed, and nr^ed me to re tun. I fail to ihem, "1 ki ow the gentleman (Mr. | Ridiurdson was incapable of committing a simp judg- ) met t. for my lnlercourse wi'h him during tho pendinu of tl e mi asuie was Intim ite and persoi al, and so far from iia\ ng such u design. I knew he would tnko no sucti ad vanioge. I thorgbt his course hud been open and frank, perhi ps as much so to t'^e foes as to tho friends of the bill, snd nt no time could I d scover on the pari of the peiithman an flTortto take Improior advantage. I still bold o my i pinion that tho Noliriika bill was passed in violation of the rules. Mr RicuaMWOh?I am perfectly aatianad wi'h tho genih n>an's Bluti ment; it is clear anil full I am satis fied, the person who sent tho dl-iatch had no authority fn m I im to mule the charge. I de?ire here U< brand tl e no horn and enrorscr* < f tho dispatch, wline er and wbere\et they may be, as Infamous liars, lb-1 hen pro cc?eed to prove and establish tho truth of his denial, re fining to the card, and saving he had merely restored in the hill the words which Mr. Clayton's amendment stri ck out. , ,, , Mr Kfiit, (dem.) of S. C., mai'e a few observations in tuplort of the lending bill, and vindicating Mr. G.dsden in reply to Mr Haven, who afterwards rejoined, saying, so far fiom doing Mr. Gadsden wrong, ho ought to do him jusli e Mr. Cwtnrrr Smith, (ahi Iltion) of N. Y., said ho was not troubled abnnt ihe papors; they had no right to them wbati ver. If the treaty basbacn approved bv the Mexi can authorities and by the President andtho8en.ite. lt Is a law, in the language of the constitution, a part of tho supn me law of the b.ud. It is a law whether or not tho House ti| proves It, and a law which Mexico can enforce on this nation, audit Is binding on the nation It Is a law, and all wo have to do ia to obey It, unless It is gro-s lv and v oleutly ?rnrg, end cannot, in good consc.cncn, be i beted. He gave bs vie*a on liberty and dtato r'gl t*. and raid l e would have Cuba come to us. He would not const nt to v at. fir Spain. If this Is filib ib t ru g. n al o tho im st of It. (l>augh*er ) With h'm It ?as a question of human lights and philanthropy. He did not stibfcnbo to tho doctrine ii at the American people a>-e nla*o.< of the government Ihe sun ol SliyKjo.i.O' s ciiotinous to gl< o for this trea ty. S6,i l 0.(0" Is a la-t'n sum H looked on the treaty, in the lnn?uBge ot the ilay. as Inoperative and void tor want of tbo m' ney. (Uughter.) Mr. timi-lsOp oti ained the floor, bu*. yieldo l It to Mr. 1 rcl hum, who sale It had lieen suggested hy tho gentlo m?n fn m Alitama. that he was not io earnest In calling on the President for the corrc-pomlence rclativo to tho ??reatv. Mr Il0t>T05 denied tbat he said anv such thing. Mr. I rrsu.iM replied the call was mado for the very pi rpose stated in the resolution. Ho asked tbo commli tie to rise, In orler that ho might submit it to tho Houie. . . . . Blr Homox desired to say the resolution yesterday wos pro) osed to lie offered at no late period Mr 1 *r i Bam svid tho correspondence had l>ecn laid before the }?. nat?. and It could bo hero by to-morrow in tin e for tbe fl\e minutes debate. The commitie rose. Mr. Pickba* asked leave to offor his resolution. Thero being ho quorum present, Mr. McMuiXl* moved that the Htd.se adjourn. ? , . . , , Mr. I uriro said Mr. Peekliam could not get Ihe infor mation, the 1 resident not being in the city. Mr. Hot,.-ton said the adoption of the resolution would only delay busltio-s. Mr. 1 Fi'Ktt.iM re^lii il. It oould do uo possible hitrm, and if the Itifunation was not obtained it cvoul I not hurt Tl e Uoiue refused to adjourn?and wont again into cemmlltce Mr. <?it WMis opposed the bill, wanting to havo the coite-iK'ntience to know what he was vot ing tor. Mr WAMiM'HM?, of Me., contended for the right to examine Into tho propriety of tieatiea, and could not vote tor this bill unless satisfied it was proper. Half pakt MX OTloot. [Not more thsn twenty tern Iters present, aad only flvo persons in the galleries j Mr. H<>T(K con'ended that the House being called on to appropriate money, have a right to excerclso full discre te n i.nabe subject, and gave his reasons lor supporting the bill ' Mr rrtTF>??after ' lluding to the Nebraska bill, say I Ing Its oi p< t ents sought to give tho people so ereiguty . In ft rm ?nd fact, snd not a delu lot. and a name?re marked that thev had nothing hefore them but what I ai i emed on thn taee of the treaty, and yet they wme t?.l'i bv M? ?.rs |???%fe nt.it liMflv that 1h? v can everelse ,etf. t? I. 11 thai facts an I kiioah 'go, and. ? 'I 'i fr.-'r-'!,.n HO"1' on neeotini m" Irnef; tj (Ht UMit. UC V*?1} instinct. They muni have faith in tho Proxi lent and l-entiN ora<> in-tmci ve coDtictlun? io the lan.'.agti of loje. ' Wtii ever it, U right " Ueciu?e a reaty lini-bien ?i'g"ti* ?-d, inu?' pay the money'vhile ail lli.h' &nd ii'rti.atiou it- ahut out from u-. >Vhy not |a?a tl " ?' ?? gi?o ?hf H"U?? l%htf The Chair u an of theC'i i*-B> 1 <*ol w?'? an . Me*u* objection to it, 1 rtrlurtu.i b ni "'n' hav ing tJ e vote ot the >luu*?oti it. <iu Monday, at u**41 ??" fi'>* mom ut it waa u> Oi ler, he bait wuf In- to inl?*"luie 'to* '**? lutiou, but lie ? in met with tt'? rtn.ait, ' It too late " Mr. 1 u.mihh > (li/ hia >eat)?And because the r?roti (lent h <1 (ion* to tl e 1^1' Rap*. &.r. Iiiih. M rcsutt ??"'?'he 'lesion and purpose, as e\ !?<?? I j- the i ota of *e?t jeetors. wua, that wcuhoul I not I a\e i| ?? information, that w should grop? in larli nera, iindnol hivelVht This i-eeim-d to b>> tnaocorl arte with tl e poi | <me in r. Vn*i?g the t eat7. He would Lei go fi r ti e treaty iu dai "t?u?.-tl lie woult go :or it only whin he ?iu <iile to gh v ? <? i?o ., not relying o?i in t-mct oi tai'.b for knowledge 10 guide hi* conduct. He fur'brr spoke on thm sublet, ivnu-u-.iing that the treaty ir of ii<- nn mi nt. Mr. I 1 in if IYbkinw oopoeed tl?* b'U. It wai for the govertin eut to nhuw tliat the ?W*(y i-ngh', not fur tl cin tishow iliat it ?? wrong Th.? i'iV'" i?ai'on l< with belit fi r tiar it ?i uM |>?nl tt.o '.ate -HT the treaty. We will nut pet an acre ol Inoit, but only mi> er^igu'y. He wi tilit 1.1" ||H k On JocketoOl the pt'Jpla fur *U) HUCil purpwr, Mr. Wi.tsos sal.1 it wi.i -iu unquestionable riglit to call for infi rotation c . a. eruiug the at prupri ition ?<? c?rry tin treaty in:o efli't. I!<? dimentn 1 fro-n the iVctriue 1 d'.i t. 1 i.j Mr I hilllj a. .Vi. loifK rijlt dtr Mr Proklmm. ailing llhn pro pr'i tv 1 ?? jr-n fing the I ill He at gm itiserl th? c i H?; ?< ? ir I'1 t :.'Hi u am' r>| ponitlfin to ;fan mctiurt, m an atti mpt to oh i t n>\>, 0.e?k i<own an I diai'-ace tllre M niinii-tihtion. 1 l e oj ] oru nto of ihi< Nobra.-,*? bill werti ttikiug ihe>r apii?> out in this *?y Mr. ITU. i t Vfi. lunl pit on tbe call for infi rmatliw n-r 1 *rigurtl t<i r4. fi at ti e lull T'v gc th-rr.-en who favore ' Ilia ten h.'irn 1 o not renllj- d. aiie 1 glit 1-n in (i'i'ik t. ?AlmoM total (tarfcjieas in th?hall, the cl i d 1 lii t In t In ir.g Iightiie . J't. H/veji an il the c uutfv would be rauro gratifled in 11 tOii'f, tor too iiiiuun the corn K|ii?ndt>nce. than li?.ti rii p to tl e *j<'Pcht? oi tho two uMo gentlemen who Ir t oret 1 eil 11 p Poor The Ci mmitt** rone i.mt the nor.ke adjourned. Fi0111 Kcw (H*lrnn*? mm iiExito?examination or pimbustek:-??k l'AlvTL'hK OF XTKAMKHH, ETC. Nkw OblFji*i>, June 26, 1854. Sonta Arna lion issued a lipjree derluring all depart metite, dittricta and towns refuging obedience to tho tovtrtiirent, in a ?tate of 'eign. Mudnirp -ontag w?a tirst laken aick on tho 11th inrit., on vbich e\rtiing ahe wad announced >o appear in l.ucn; tla Loigiu. She wan aoinewliiit bettor ou the 16th, but a ielav>i.p occurred, and rbe died ou the 18th inat. Univi-r Fal griet wa? nmuiteated lor her bv the eit r.ens of Mexico, ami an imment-e number attended her Mineral ll.e cholera turn ci niinltting frighiful rarvgoa in vari ous | aita of Mi x co, and in one dar in the city of Mexico the ("eaiha fri in It aie t-ta'ed to ba\e leached 2tH) At la'eat I'ates, howiver, it had somewhat aba'ed. AmongHt the \ict:tns wne Mr Markeley, tho Secretary of the hritihh I it-cat ion, and ^enor Iiustamente, Secretary of tlie hjitiniMi legation 1heoi.Binfnaton of tbe witness before the (irand Ju ly in reference to the expected Cuba expedition was tin HitihfiiC'oty. they beine excused troan answeiing the firiaci|al questions on the ground that they might cri minate themselves. *lhe etiainhhio Black Warrior sailed from Mobile, on Fatuiday, tor lluvana and New York, and the lUnpiro City left here to day for the eann ports. From Cincinnati. RIOT AT BiPI.KT?AN IKFKRNAL MACK WE?BHOCKfNO KVKNT. ClNriNXATt, June 26, 1854. A rio? occurred at Ripley, Ohio, on Saturday night, caused by the inmates of a coffee house* throwing rut'eo f ges Into a tMnpw-nnce meeting. Tbe temperance mm rifled the coffee bouse, and ihan Tinted aJ the liuuor shops ill the town, and those that did not agree to give np the business were assaulted No lives were l.st. Last evening a box wa* si r.t to the Marine Hospital, comer if Loogwortb street and Western row, nrrt dep.,! 8 ted in the room of tho steward, ,1 H Allison. About ttn o clock, the steward and his wife being alono in the room, o| ei,ed ihe box, when it exploded witu terrific lo.ee, mailing .be bod es of both iu .. horrible raauuer. Nrs. AUison bsd both her arm* li.uwu off and htrskul fractured, ?l.lle Mr A wa? dreadfully m mule I. Trie uiniture^ windows ceiling of tbc room, &c. were shut tered to atoms. The indlcaii ns are, that the b. x con tained a bomb shell of about six inches in diameter. No heUlsh * -V* be?" dl*f(mr'd nB to the perpetrator of this I , ]h? ?AUtfcni ore both dead. Mr. A. made a etatem?u before hi, death, ali'eh, with the infc niation obtained tc-day, ?111 irol^ahlv lead to II e detection or the g.lUv f".1" 8- 11'? t"',d 'naf * fellon named Conwell commit ted a n^nrder niae time since, and that Allison ?'"??? ted with tin; facts?consequently, it is suppoted thai t cswell desired to take Alli-on's life. Tli. descrm i ? n tut u by the latter of Conweli, answf rs that given bv the boy who delivered the box, of the person from wfcom h< riceived it. The Viw Hampshire Lr^tilatarei CHARGED Or' BRIBERY AK? CORRl fTION?HORRIBLE KEfRA V IT Y. a ... ro Colour, June 27. 1854. A committee of five we.s appointed to inquiie into cer taini c 1 arges mare againat the coalitionists in a'temnt mfD,'*ri ,nrt of druX8>ng their liquor.?and a bill havirg S| eeial rrtermeo to the punishment of bri bery iind c inipti. n was into Uuced. Ihe whole forenoon was g(enr ia debating the anti xunrahka ievolution?, but no decision wan conic to. Difctnibtd Stale of Politics In Halite. _ ? Baxgor Juno 27, 1854. The lion. Sl:ep.r.rd C&ry, liberal <b mocnttic candidate for Uorernor, swke her- last evening. He took stron_. ground opaiust the Portland regular Convention and its CHiididate. Ju<!go Parr is, denouncing the Convention as a paik.d concern. and declining the democratic iiartv to be qihm Ive '. Accoidine ?o ti e report in ihe IJ Ato thij n.oiBirig, l.e evaded tho Nebraska que<tion, and nlicnd tlepiesent issue on the liquor la.v alone. The whig d? legates to the State Convention from 'his vicinity, will generally go for nominating a whig canOidato for Governor. 'J In II,>1 tV, at her. , PHir.u.eipiiu, June 27, 1S54. Tho heat ha? been in'ent-e here to-day?the ther nionieter in the afternoon leaching W iu tho shade .. . . , ? BAinmmE, June 27, 18?4. It has br tn nteDFely hot in this city?the thermomc ter at the Exchange nas as high as 9t). T, 4. WAsniliiflTON, June 27. 1854. 11 e incimenioters here in the shade ranged about 03. while in some position* they weie as high as 97. . , ' Cincinnati, Juno 27, 1854. The weather l ere is excessively hot, the thermometer marking 96 in the shade. S rouble Among the Urnetra In Alblrny. _ , Aibajty, June 27, 1854. The Perotder of this ci'y to-day gave an opmim tlmt grtceri-, under lirenses granted by tne city charier, have (??? ? TC,ni' spirituous liquors on their premise-i Ibis i*ecisi( n has created some excitement here, and is tLe hiibjfct cf much discussion. Rumored FriglitruJ Ballrond Accident. Bt FF^LO, June 27, 1854. A n mor is prevalent In this city and at Niagara Kalis that a serioi s collhion ha- occurred on the t.reat Wes tern (i arai'a) rallreod, and that seme ten or fifteen per. *< ns have hten killed. Iho rumor needs coniirmadon Confer* nee of Congregational Chnrehe?. ? BxiKioR, June 27. 1854. ? ??to Conference?f Congregational Churches assembled here to day. A Inrge number of delega es are 1 rc?? nt. 6 Two Boy* Drowned while Vithlng, _ BosTojr, Junn 27, 1854. Two sons or Mr John Has*, of Scltuate, wero <ir?wncd ye?terday, by tie upsetting of a boat, while catching lobsters off that harbor. Fatal Casually. - . t Phji ADEtPMA, June 27, T854. John Welsh, a sfeve-lorn, diel In the hospital Ust nmht from the effects of a blow on tho head by a cilored Uboror in the held ??f the schooner Ix>no citar jeflterdny. Mot* meiit* of tho President. ? N.>rpoi.k, June 27, 1854. The President left Old Point Comfort this morning for Washington. 8 Ma rketn. N?w Oriraxh, June 2?, 1854. Our cotton market is firm lo day at 8!^ for middling. ' Nfw Orirans, June 27, 1854. rOnr market for tobacco is quite a tire, l,5<Mhhds. Ken'uek} leaf t aring been sold to-day at 4>jo u Re Jrelgb s ar^ very active. Eight ships wero chartered for Europe jesteiday. Polltf* al Intelligence. FrMo* i?i Maiak.? Ihe whlgs. free soders and anti-Ve braskn urn. crats of the Sixth Congressional district. In Maine. (??< mposed of Washington. Hxncoek and Aroos took c< unties, and represented by T. J. I) Full, r.) are going to meet in one convention, for tho purpo-e of unit ing tlielr strength upon an anii-slitrery candidate lor Congress a' the Keptemt.er election. Hon. 0. L. fhsfter, nomlna'ed br the wbigs for Liextt. Governor of Verm< nt, has declined the nomination. Domratte Miscellany. Nine thousand fe*eii hondreil and ten wnm?n, and one thousand five hundrtd and sixty men have been arrested lu N'ew (>ileans during the past si* months. In ihe T'clnlty of Henderson, Ky., the apple trees are d?lt b i 7 ?lib ci eat mpb Itj Ihe cau-e of Mils fatality I- iitttil .ted to h (trullar kir .i of worm, ah'ch it is 'Cuf ,li * dv ' oMI? n V p. 1r yreberds u?t s;?Uvfl The l*tr .Madame NonUj. HE* CA EKR IH ?UH0P1 AHV AMK1UCA. The death of u great art.V le-ft-a a void in the public heart thtl can Lever l<e Ullul up. As u private Ufe the It sa of iho hoci > qual. ti*?? Mid ttail y lot m cie? to which we La\e be> n ac usi. me.l ion* ua I' w 're of a poi tl .uof cur stint at hies, *n, u, t,h# apli-r ot oar stuu.-ement*, the <ic,j>rtuie of u furor.te singer >?r a< tor cut* ut oil j fn m associ.it our that hive I e- ouio endeared to u* bv habit. But wlieo the memory of these ^t-?ocIation.i is ktUovtd bj tl ? con-ciousnea* t! at the object of our regiets was ? ]ersou ?hoiit- piirai? i arM>r?.u?v?aoori adniirille ac/d lovcaide taan aer profes .ion one, and that iu ail tb<? Strang" viehsitU'iej through \?hich she *a* destined to pa*?? shu .'.i-^la.tu.l a lirinue**, con .i+auey Bfcd ??If reliance but seid.m wiine-ned even iu- tho a'roi ger s< x, we uiaj well t?- exciw-d devoting s.irrfc) small space to the illustration of tuleut* sal virtues t 'nt lotlected as much houor upou the proua and ha ugh ^ class amongst wh. tn acefc-eut placed her w upou that to which si e oilgKal y be-. vged. Iiimirlte f< ai?t w*a Urn at Ooblentr, io Prussia, of one of 1bi.ee ?un.il r. of t.ernao Coine.iians of which ??I etlie hi. f i ii |la ?ucli it poKt c itoscriptiot* in hi* "W.llolm fciei.br.'' Coming t<> the light lite trie halcyon, U|??i the cm-.-w of stormy waves, sfca tarly kn.?w li e \kCsitui i'- m- trial* of an artist's lifo. At tb< 3j,o t.l its i r- .-be i ta r* ho** ftrjt appeararee at laii??tfcdt in ' ! u I . n?u?" ii.?h?u" ( -The Bsughteref the I nnule"), an o,.fin ?ery popular in Gcrmauy. ? here iu tbe ih;??cter ot Sr.Vmc, bhe won aduiir?i*/ioa lor Let tl Uiii h m.m- tint j. tt> iuio.,at:en. Thru yttx atterwi rde, ba>iiir l.,?.t l.er fMtbcr, llenriette hoti'.ftvr went to Prague #?li her m tber, whee eho pl?y."l ebildit-n ? jaris uui<t tbe tii.eCSou of Weter, wi? <-a then diie.-tnr ot the cc e-tra of the tlnatn Hot- pre <m pIoi.? iaec.-s< oi ltu e.1 forber, k n-ulnr f .w.r, per L-ilaticn to ent?r tbe ,'-u.ili m> of iu.sic of that city, a.1 Ihougb sliOban riot yet reached tie age. require 1 ite rxiei.. lhei* lor lour yiarasnc Hudipd roou,1 m u<ic thaipUnolorte, aa.1 tl,, element,, jf Tocal.ratioo, An incispogiti, n ihe,ritr, denna of the theatre B*?a her 01 <o appear ?or the tt -at tiuio ia n -*r\ of #oc ?lmp<.rtaace? Imt of tbe Priuet Hg of Nartrre, in I oilnieu'i. otcra, ' Jobnof l?a,i. " bhe aac tbeu We? n. H e iiexibility of her roice. ber budding charm*, ivhi? b aiitiohncea ber lutuie bwuly. the agitation whH? ftitin h. r 1 eait au.i Llied it with myaterioua preat-ntl. ? nunth, tecuied lor.ber a r'leve.sa which augured wail tot ti c lutbie of her prole?H<ot?l lite l'rc? Pmgu<>, If a, riettefontag went to Vh(M?, where e.'ie met ila ivow Whiri\il!e 11 uor, wljofe example aud g^-tod-.'oun<?Is il? Neloj.ed tbe rich gift* *bi*.h alie hnu received frorA catuie. ' alternately Gcrm'in ar.u Italian operts, ehe war alle to prove her power* in these two strr Dgly contraet itg iatgm>ge?, awl to cboui.e with deUfceration bclweca tbe dazzling capiices of ltuiiau music and the sober and piofotmi accents of the new German tchcol. An en tagi meia having been offered her, to Bing in German II era, r.t the theatre of Leipzig, ahc went to that city, tl.e ci ntra ot philobopbical and literary oiacupnion, uud acqunei. a gieat tepi.taliou by tho niani.tr in whie.h hUc interpreted Webor'a "I er treyacnutz" and '?KuryantUo."' The aiindtera of the geuian of thia great coinpo^cr were chiefly tbe young men of tHe rnitcrattien. and ull those ardent and generous spirit* who wished to relieve (.'cr man.> frc m foreign rule, ait well li ihe realm ol fan;y an }olitica; they sounded with enthuaianci the prai...e<i of Mademoiselle Sottag, wboae nnme was known throughout Oennany ax tl at or a virtuoso of the lirst order, born to tet). w tbe marvels of Mom. It wag ?t I siprig thit Mara, tl at famous Gerb.au siugcr. at the close of thoelgiiticuth centi.rv. was educattd under the cure of the v.-ncrable 1 io e..?. r Iiiller It ???.? vouch-a'ed t ? 51'1'e Sort .g to d. u>c..ti- a nK.gi .ficet.t o>gan atd a v:.Kilt7Ntion nlnn-jt I'.oKiii.v n on ti at stdu of the Khiue, to the perlormtuce ? i ti e \ig# rou*. ati'l profouni mi.mc of W'etK'r Be?jtlit.ven, !-|oir. i-i' ail tin se n?w terman computer* who, sever ii g a'I eiMai oe with foreign kc?i tieisaa, had uucnfi-c "i n. tin. natli iml genii k tKer?bclmid with homage c? ul.i nt ?(l b^ alltho hr 11 ia n t m> n ?f the dty, the *tu deiits -in:i.n liei |*>iuii, ai ;1 loUvwejl by tb? hi'Urran o lie t.nnian pre>?, M'lle Sontng was called to Berlin ?ber. >be :?| j ? urt-ci with iu.UjOi se ouceena at the theatre ol hcnugftant. It ?a~ ai Berlin, as tvery on> knows, bat "l ii i ietschu'z" wa? reprvr?utei "tor the Hrft > me. It v.n* at Heriln. a Proi?.tant and ralionaiisiic city, ti e centre et au intellectual and political more mint which fought t< com* utiate wttbix ludf tl.e life ot Ceimany. at tho txpeucc ot Catfcollc Vieuua la whica etym ti tl.e spirit of traoition, i-ensual'ty, tbe g-iletv and ;,Mr "P"' ?*? lotin: ot Italj : it ita. ut Rnlin, we en-! that 'In-tin -el.ell it 'romfttlc music fnn'fi*-dt?y Web-r, bm lou;>'l i<f? stani point. Mademoihelir. Sontag was rfr reived with enthusiasm as an inapired interpretress of tho national music. The Hegelian philosopher* found in I ? r a sul ject for their U.'trued commentHrios, and they ren gir:zed in ber limpid and hodi rous voice, ''the au*> jictive l.lei dtd with tlie ub.itctive in an absolute unity." 1! o old King of Prussia reci ived her at court with paren tal Kii.dr.es* It was *hi-rt tl at d plotn*cy had occision to m?'?e rpp'tache* to M'lle Poniag, and to effort a bicaih in tbe heart of the muse. Availing hiiseif of a leave of absence which had lieen grrutti! bir, M lie fomag went bnxlly to I'ati*. nod ap pealed at tbe I'alia'i tliea're on the liftoenth of Juue, ltit', in tl e part of Bosiua in 4? 11 Rarbiere di /Iglla. Iler .si cress was biilliant, e pcciaily in Rode's vari* tiens. wlii h she istioduced in tUa ?ecoid act, during the sit girg lesson Ibis lucre's ?lt* at once conBrmi il and ibcicased in "Ia i-nnna ?'.el I,ago" nnl "L'lt*lianit in Atgieri; ' n any |>ort ons of ?hicb. written f?r a contral to vi- re. sl.o was obliged to trun*|Oi*e I pon her return lo B< tlin she ??t reei van wiih redoubled qianilentations ol Intel est. she remained iu thi- city until (be clo.ic of the vear )82t : when, abaniloniug Germany, aud the rcbf '1 winch it 1 ad foutu.'ed, in the very sanctuary of its t i.liot alitj . she fixed bereelf at I'aris. M' lle. Sontag first api.tared In tl e charactir of I osdenionain theoni ra "Otelln," on the second ot January. 18:28. she was one of that ronsteliati. n of admirable virtnotos who at that ? I eeh rhaimed l'aais and London: and among whom Madj.n.e Pasta, Mad. Pisaroni, Mad Malihran aim Millie, tertaq shoi.e as stais of tbe first magni ude Be'neen tbo lust two \ooalists, so dillercnt In tbeir stylis Iheie was supposed tt. exlm one of th.>?e fruitful rivalries of width llollinan he* given us so .irim.itic a picture Ibeie w^s, however, i.o real ground for thi* impie-sion in tbo jart of the puldie The circum stince which probably originated it occurred the liigbt 1'dile fontag sang the Barber* for the flrat time since lier rtturu. Ite<:sini came in the interval betwixt tho ac ? to te.l the tto^ina Of the tight, at that moment surround, d oy a crowt of ai mirers, tlint be had lelt M.-libran in tear* in bor box, in di s| air atevtr atiaining such a purity of tone ami sucb a | f'tfiction of execution as she had displayed. Ihi.i vas a sincere trinu.e of acmiralinn. and not of envy, on the part of that lamented voculUt; whose real I ciaracier. beii g inure sed with the eccentricity which too often beset* genius, few could understand, and whose ; waimih of betir1 and imagination made bur too often the victim of cold'bb o?'ed worloliness j Ti e truth is, that on her arrival in Paris, Malibrnn re ceived lier foir colleagi e with open arm* Th?-ir mee'ing produced frier el. ctnubiMoii iusle.tuol hostile pique and rivalry-, und the two ineom arablo singers agreed to per lotm in luin tl e same o| erai. Thus did they enact, on alici i a ie n gl. t* I e* ?mora Kosiuu, ('?aerentola, he. while Ihi y | ertoimed togchersurb operas as "Tancedi," Ac. 'II Ik was the mini glorious the culminating epoch of the Itabens in I oris. On one occasion l'l on ?ilovanui" wa? givi r?Mad Pontng perfoimlng Bonna Anna (per haps the g eaten ol her triumphs); Malihran. Zerlina. and I einfttter. Flviia. On this, one of tho eddest "Ijbla on record, among the mo*t Stirling, elbowing their ivay 'roir. without, in tbe rush of the ea^er a*pi rni-ts to si at* in the house, were observed at tbe same time Hossini, I hcruhini. Pai'r, Meyerbeer and Anber. W ell might tbe journal* of the day ob?erve that no better cri'eiii n was needed of the merit* of the performers l\en in thf midst of such successes and festival* of oit. a hteck not showed iiself upon the horixon: diplo macy labored secrelly to work confusion?ita protocol* becsme merscing, and it was suddeily announced that M'lle isintsg was about to quit the stage to devote he--tlf to mote serious duties, the foi tunats object of M lie fontng's choice? and time has proved how well founded was ber judgment?was a member of tbe dipl- matle hody then accrenilod at tho Court of the TuHerie*. <k>unt de Ri s?i. altboutrb thfn a *ery <oung mau. w<a already, at that crltiral period of political alfair* Conirillrr d'Am bmrcdr of the Pardlt.lan mission?n sufficient proof of nis mei.tsl powers. He bad the good looks, the el- gant man ners. 'he tastes, and the gifts of conversation which dls tinguish the trave-led man and the real /ummr <if auo/t'e ? qualities which no advsrsity can diminish. Kcaring I lie r?ju' Iccs of bis t.oblc relatives and of his roval ma'ter. nt t 1 they could be nssuave I it was determined ?o conceal the wedd ng for the time being. It con*e quin'ly was solemnised with all due form, but In secret, with or iy two or thiee irtin ale friends as witnesses. A highly In'i r. ?tmg circumstance attendtd this msr ria^i?11 e p. il aps unparalleled Ibe late klnA-hearted King rf Prn^aia. appriseil of the irtenred marriage, was desirous on the one band to show bir estiu at on i f h s fair subject, an.t on the other to pte| are for the prejudices and ohs'aoles this mirriare wot.Id rsiet with on the psrt of the Star, ioian Cslunet I nsollcited, he s|?ontaneousl) be?towea on Md'bo+intsg bilote h? r maniage a latent of nobility, with every nec?s aij < elsll ot coat of arms, he . together with a title, gnu tbe name oi" | p Lnutihti 'n. fo singular n eir ctmrsnce cantu t be conten.pla'ed without the let pest Intitest. It aijears to ns lo ?to ss much credit to the leiliiig. of the Ian ented sovereign a* it did honor to tho cbaiac'ei of Md'lle Mtntsg. I Tut now the lime wa? arrived ?ben tbe Countess de Fo??l must leave Paris once more. The regret, whs universal; by ibis time she bad endeared herself to every I one that aptroecbed her. II at I ari* Md'ile Sotitsg wss admired bv the puM'c at larie foi her talents and her besuty, her gentle mid ( rtrilrb'f aid b< r r""err t'e I" ; l.'.tc IITO ' saxtrS Lot Vbc i .Acoe ?! ?u tictiJi A Vat U4t, ? v ?" ; ? amencst many, ii*) be cited, whl-h adilk giury to he Character h- a wonum u?i-l'?aiai list. Tie patent* of M'lie. .-onug weru, .? wu li&*a state 1, sr'lsti with very 1 ini eo uieau? Th she iev?r fue;;fl'? kml 1 er >1h. 11 expeneace cl ? iv-fi.y n ner earliest \ m? wss si flii ieut tn uh LtD e viy ?n ineut o c mr.ty. M e ?i t LMi*n by Ml i!?< e*l ed (<erm .is <rlr in % tier it> had driven friintli'l il i liim chsrity a ? I s> ii'] ui)i\ Id liancc. One col 1 nig v, on Inn. in/ the theatre, aftei a | oi or > mcr uf " Ikrn u.ovtu .1," iioao.i A in ii. ill fill ol e motion. observed 'U tlio step of it <"Kir, as etc passed thr-e young iCtrLi n-.tr tlicir mother, fii gii:p i?ni?.'ol ? h?lr I atherl?e M'lle "?nwta!r reco.r niitd the |<i<>r no her wi o .va? ?eep:ni? "hi* ??<?ti o* ly thiity vcais < lil fc-ho ren? le !*?? 'hi' she lial ?irn hers' 'be tlmtlfiil i nisi t d . win n * e her-elf b id I een ta?tn '!????? in tin srm-i f her pire-ila. Tlie c??tt trfce *| ireached'h- g i.p ?ithtr u>Mitg step*. and ,u a n icfiii*|l> moved l>y emotion, a ked the moths r ?*?eio ri.e li\oil ? 11111 i' ? . ?n?ner?dmpp?4 a gold c .in? Lurried to li'r rani, g>* ?i.u druveofi. On 1 lie nn\<: cvenir.v. a ntirsl in apl-ridll livery ki'< cK?"t at the a<*r ot h gasret of alum e in 'ho lajThourg ? o ?| le. "Whn is therewas ast.ed by u vf tee ws al.i ? 9 1 by |tovc-1y ond ?a*t " A frieuc, who biit,j?)iiU|i?<Kl ir?n, ' irn Hi' immediit-r?nl>. Tlio door optied "Koe i? a ludter whieli I iiavc lieu re quested to delivt r to you." t un i bo i?c .tiey. "Head it." "ibe l*tl*r was this- couched : ? On pr*-ntn-g ,? ?ui elves !?? morrow ?t No 17rhaus rie n'< i.r!*i. ul II. V tl , ti l-ti Ho er. you * ill f.ud a sum ?jt llitr ?inu I'Ij" i'reno', *h.--h i Uog yen to.iec in rn Ui 1 aires 4!'!' .?**Ii yni,r three dauyWeis, wli.i ttii a'.ii ti I *ill If ol a^er " ?I n> t*l' ?<? m?' miane of thi' *t?viour of myself a i? cb'ii.i i." "I i:nMit." wc-tho r?>|iJy ol iVui- o ge , ' nt 1'luvin'a I oi.jj wiil it lie k viwii tn you." 'I 'll t tggiir- iircHm d l.er thiUioD iu ll?<"ir host >'.(!: ' ii l.i n lJu?"Rg noriiii ?? roi l, the ri.il tn lJ?r.n m lot i?nn jeii. hl.i rf|<i 1 ? *'y rfCiiv ?'l n |i?n?inii. n ul.-i1 ??nl'ii' l?r to | N f Icr nan Sn?- a unorf i lucation On <? t'.iT (i end flit* i n' '?? "atolre nf I'trMn, ?n t b t n >w be,'ix.. ne ,t ti* moat bri ? .-.nl ?t:ir.< of tii<) iie man luge liir mini' v <il eour?e must lefrain from ine:i :lnrii? Oi.lv wiiSin t' c tuft two ye?r? b.i# l|i? |> o *#i< i ip?ef 'bo e (?aji>dl oovcJ*' the aecret futUor ol u < e??l of i-ueli ooblr ? Jmri'y 7liii !?>.t Oi.e iartauoo of the many ac's ? f igna i lily ?-t Mt in i't' r h i rtM'ordfd by 'be Oi-hiq wrlteis, fr.-al wboxn we bavo borrowed largely for thir . UPCC ol tl tiiflii I-' cki?U'h. Ud*lleh ntajf '<? k li :i\? of the Pirlsian pubMe at a p*-r i (oinisLO f< i tlie benefit of tlio poor, wh.cli was given at I tbe ?n t'ft, inr .'aoary oflNoo On her re'mn to Berl n, bi r f; it i d? :'H 'niimeroiifc admirers won hi-r consent to rve :? tew lene eii'atioi.i. an. ehc quitted tbottiige deti aili\el\ two njoiitb>> i.e-fore tlic ievolution of July But Sfti re i n'.ei loi; . i ou the row | i.tti of lite whl.'ti obe ^iad cb' tfn im-i I* Ino laving ai-ide lbs br ll ait reno*u eiiol. bud t ce.v io jut-tly iieqiiireit, M'I'lle N>ntaft went a jonn iy to 1'i.h.Ib ?i\i; g ut VVar>aw, klimeotv, St I'.'terg )mrg, aid aftetwarda at Hamburg, >ml other pnnci J'l I <lin ? of (n.iui.i y. concerts equally brilliant and pro Itnl Je lnlr;.Mbe fardinian cabinet, to reward Count Rossi j for hib jjC'od M'tviff, h|ipoiuted him fcnvoy and Minut?r I J lenipi t?ntinry to tlie t ? nfertorntion of tb i Riilno, At | VranSlort. Il -ie tlie reputation of Madame Ko?ni for I'taiity pi odnefH Hid talent hud preeeiled her. The gri at d pli niatic fouctiouaiin' ut Frankfort h itened to te ttM-s'e berauiMsl with re-unionii, dinner", anil balla. I'urin? h; r ieaio?ii(t at Finnkfort her lile gli od awav clrerti.tly and tapiliy uuiid..t general ealeem and do me'tic Jk| I ilienB Ti e only otvut wbioh aigne.liz'd her r? i'leiic? at Fianl ti.C! was a nobl) act o rhiniy. Tlio overflowing ef the I mul e had c?rduce(J devilation at. 1'ei.th and Hin a. aiij in pea If 1 al been made to all par^? of G-r maty, nnd | artieulatlv to the rich town of Frankfort, tlie on Ufri ial as weli' ah tlie |n>lilical c.ipitoi of tl.o Oeimun coole cratiou Sl idmiie de Room, amougnt other dUtibgi it^td | eri-oua, *a.h appinli-a to. bbe at onco ri sj ei <!ed ie tbe cull- in her charily, and natiCiT.tdingall tbc i nulfur uiui-icnn* and ?ingei?, ho uumero'is in every t err)*r capital, n'dwgavean on.torio with their an-ptiinpe at which aht, <-f coursr, hrraelf sung, iu the | cathedral, 1h?? lkim, n^> Vraukfott Tne reroifd* of thin truly letiKfour conet rt were even beyond all ixpec tat inn in u:nsunt. The I I'ir.re Mettoruich iiddrcfed to Itef ouii em Kufslaiiautonraph loMer, thanking her for tti- gnat a^'t of churit) t*vtbe Aiuti^iu l''..>nietor's aub j# et? The Counters Rons!, tbo3>;b she had no taste for tbe publicity ol the Mare, ba\ gone uDCorrupted and tin ? ca'hi d tin on;, h a 1 it?- glttrering lemptationa hud an iu niiteenti,! nii'.n< for her art The young t'ounU'.sF, fhrre foie, c.ilihart'd it ai> a?f>:.titmicly iik the young pr ni*i del na ai d iD>i>iBBktnrt and- in l>? rlln,-tvhore anv priu cltelly iea'de',1, in rt. I eter-'niuf, wl icli at ? vlfited, her ?nloi ii mo tl ?JCfoi 11 f all iiv.t v,a.~ renowned in tae ur t is tie woibi. Tl.a' uourtroo* ? ufoe wung on an ndniira.iiy an befoie. ti lion ii g i.ll the proiTrf-n ol musical aclence. "and knowing uli tKe irpei-Virt of the beat mas ers, an tnelr <.1 niOfiliini Ap]euied hi'fon* the world. He r nil very lores new refunded in the hall* of onlacea; and. in-tet l a pulhe, ahe had kii:^< tad priuces for her rtu atu Vet bbe win- tl.ermine eitiipU- oinil.d abd utialfec>d uo n, an, wilt, a ailuo pun- In lot'ancy, an'i a her:rt I-* iting i nl* will gi i^i and telider euiotion .. Often ourinj thesn yeais did ^l i hie;: for pabiic eh:uitiei, ond h< r nivme was , sure, tt in tern er <*a>g. to Hit tbe coffi rs of the institu ti? n ti r wh.i fc tie lang. I Put this brieltt destiny. w>>li teen.o.l plari'd bevon'l the naeli of chsnge. And whiish tine itemed to hare coi polidated, wsa, ilurinir the ievolution of 13-18. from otr un,?latite? < f uu ent ic y prrvA'.e nature, completely du 8tio\e?t. li eu, Mith her f weet temp>r unrutTled, lierfnln, pure ni'i d i tr iati ibed. tin- mmiier nurt the wife r unembrr^d the enily ^aj a of the prima hooiib. and how tlkat voice and tlie^e talents had acl.icxd lortune and lienor. The in>tant her d< teiniiuatiou was whiapered, all the tlura tiei-of lurti] e were oi i n to-liAr Sl:e cho.'e tl eOueen'a theatre, iu 1< ndi n and i.umiey offered her .'iT,(HiO eter 1 ng for Ihe rea.ru Ibis the accepted; and cu?'0 moro the ?tepied on to those boards where twenty yiars pre viously sb'- had st i od in all tbe freshness of her youth, but in'h<-full matuiity of t or talent. To say how the liouM' wtlei nied her would bo impo ilblo It greeted bet with shout*, with tl* wavibx of haudl-^rchiefH. with tears?lor she had innuy. friendu, who rou umbered her heritably in her I igh estate It rose to rec-ive her. fhe atoi d before them, g'nile, uua?suai'3g. at in former jearf, hot lo\elirr far lovelier. Ho youthful was she wl eti aho lett 1 or "tog:1 that nl e had "not attained her full Riature; she bad grown considerably now?her form was rounded with the lull grace of womanhood. Theri ?eie the ratue loatuhless aiiiih and haudn. tbe prover bially teaiitinl loot That countenance hud Bttll t'ie puiltv ol outlitu- ol foimer years; but. a life, however b.ipp'v will in a high aid i-ensi'.ivc uAture Inuve a tl oui.litii.1 an- petoi'e look upon the features Her beauty had gained what is almost a BuNlitute for lief.u y?e*pro?sion. rhe v.-av? ringle's which bad ili ated in clouds monad her girlish face wen row biaidi d over that deep, intellectual brow, en w h.ch i o ev.l pasaion or *cn:id calculation bad ever hit one wtiuHo. TLme who had, in youth, witnessed hi r P:*t A(| earanee. looked at each other'* ci re worn leatun ? wiih astonishu.ent, ami a-i.ed if tljit fair crea tive were not the daughter of the one cpehrind in their memerli*. But ti e voice, like which none ha>1 ever since been In ard, soon proclaimed that it was the ilenri ette gontng. it ii? lower nolea had lost a little of their fulness ard freedt m. as in always the oasc with soprano voieef, tl e uppt r notes still retained their roundness and their ehiirni iler piwets wore hardly less exquisite tl.an when she *uat>icntv yearn old; her execution had lost n< th.i.g of that marvellous flexibility which was tl en its el ameleihtic, arid with the (lightest awaken ing ef the imagination, thcio was recognized the finish, tl ethaim, the plneid and serene expression which had distiiigniBhe 1 her among the eminent vocalists who have am ni hed luroje in the last half ceotury. Received wi'b distinction by audiences of the highe.it fashion, who weie drawn together by the rumor of taur greatness ond 1 er misfortunes, she sung with the modt brilliant Mireess msny ielections from her former repertoire Aim ng thesi. none attracted more attention than Rode's Variatons, a rort of musical tapestry, brought into fuihiou by Madame CMlalani, and upon which Madame hontsg had em'iroidered he most Intricvte and oharm ?nir Hinliesques An ascending i-cali*. launched out at hghtuing speed, and llashirg upon the ear l.ke a ribbon if fire, exc ted the liveliest transports of enthusiasm i mobpst her auditors Ti mpteil by the brilli.?nt succew which had atten.le I the pio'essional oareer of Jenny Kind aud other great arte ts in this country. Madan e f<ontag made up her mind to v hit the 1'iilti d States in the fall of lgfi'J, And arriied in New York i n the ICth of September of that year. Sbo e< n'ttienred with a series of concerts at the Metropolitan Hall which proved most successful, and stamp d her At or.ee with popularity. Krom New York she went to Bnd t< ii ai (1 I lull delpliia. where she continned to givo con ceits. And firn.lv estAldi'lied.her reputation with tho American publl t Phe then le'nrned tu this city, and Api' arod At NIMo'* in a succession of tbe lighter opnrai, In which she l ad won her Kuro|*AD fame, and so greit was the suecea* which attended this etperim*ut. that slie w as re; d ty induced to enter into An arrangement with Max Maiotxck. to appear In another series of ope ratic peifoimAnee?, given at Castle Garden io July. 1853. This engagemet t proved to bo one of the mo-t pruflUblo 0|erAtlc steciilatiobs that ban e er been un lertaken in New York, ?nd. la tact, according to tbo evidence of MAretzek rn the Kry trial, the only one th.v hid over pro'ed satisfactory to all concerned. The result juatilleI Kadame tsi ntsu i" frrmtnc a trav- ll'ng opera'ic compAoy of her own, with which she successively visited KosNm I tnl.ii i Iphta. Ual'imore Klebmond, Albany, Buffalo. Cin cinnati. I ouisvilie, St. lx>uU, And New ()rleAns, And in eien city thAt she went to, the high reputation tt,at pri retied her eesured her the most satisftetory ? eci.niaiy lei-ults In New <> leans, abo entere I nto sn en^acemcnt with M Mss-on, the director uf tho irtnilji Itlnatrelu the il?y of Mexico. 11 plav in opera lor a Bx< d period of two months with the privilege on biA | art of continuing the arrangement for three months 1. r.ger. at a salary af t7 t Oti a month. Hefore she start ed tor tie Mexic ii eap'til she despatehe I li-r a^ent. Mr. LI man to Kurope, with Instruction* to secuie all the available talent that oould lie piwu'od for'hefor n ot'on ol a tieshopera company, which was Ui meet her in New York on her lelurn That gontl -man bas been k mi t me gi tie on hi? mie?i' n, and Is we under staud, already tar advanced in bis nrrat^emen s and It is net imprr bable 11 at the fir t intlmaton that he will reeeiveof the sad cl mtty which has deprived the art stlenl world rfl's brightest omsmetit, and crushed at n blow thir pnnii-ing enterprise will lie IheliueatbAt we are now sorrow full v in le'ing. Rut scanty parilct lars have as yet 'eache 1 ns of the cn?l evint ?blch has spread sue i univrresl aor row a met gst us it Is stated that Madame Hontag was ti &| |tar 11'he theatre m Me^'ro on *1 e lllh ins'ant, in tl e 11 ?rn of "1 uctetla Borgia." but the iierformmee wis pesti'teil in c< tseqi < nee of a ?ud ien a'tAckof c'i' Vl "? ? '' fa';i!1- on t^e t7?V It I* l*u?>ttcc^r} iv ?*/ VUk\ l>'( A-.aiLj scd profound seo.-atinri of (rrief. At 1 rinV mut, ?bi? h Mh h p *o> to ill* ' tiurcb of 8*1 (? Hindu <>n UK IPtb, iii iiniiK'iiflo cnco irn of perioua ?? pri.oat, >u fli due ii'i ti c foreign uiin uteri, t ?? U >/i ?ait ul 1h 11 illim njcbir foe eiy, lull most of the ft l'S'4 re tdmt in tU ci y |i i* illyuiir fill in nun< of the bi?" ra Meal hUc> , (bit tt??o been published of tins am >o tig *iiig0f. if any ueniiou in .'to nf the date o' her li.rth. rrnm | uiir luinisbed in ui l>y itime of h r prv*i? (rlwi, I hi- bate himio 'o beliei* ihat >u? *a? i i her fartjr eighth y ? r wl e she d?*i train the early period of litr at ?hn h rli" l>*<1 already attai ifj ce ebri'y, an* ti e opfj D mil 'li-t et?p*e<t belore berseeool a ,pe*r note (nthe etjiff" in mi, ica-Uio pre>>-ilel Ina1 ?b ? ?a? O'tikiili raO'j old r. Ih nbnve wlh. huwutar, tier real age To sd<t to the sfllictbn in which her fam ir wiM be I loured bv 1M? nil l*r?-?Miiieiii, itai>i>eara ibat three of hi i cbildicn. fi? in ?L m -he I a? been ?<> liiujj ae^a rated, ?i'ir cu t'e point i f leaving tnuUn 1 ti roil t r. ii ii ili oil n< theie is it ieon to apprehend, the> *rt rot alriady on their ??<? Ihejm iml iio^e with *hich tbey Im Ueu forward to this reunion with a in >th?r ?lve In. uu>n<- imb heavy sacrifice* tor tliein, will be con I \e tul into ? |? i^ianey of urief whicli noue oau apprw ! cut* w bo have not enj er.euc e I tin-name fcirfut rerul I nil Ii Of fei III g Noll ii'g Cau uiore forcibly illustrate the f.ili.ic'.oniieaa ird i.ttcerimni) ol huntau project*, tuan lie met ia.rhi4f I fite nli cli hut oviTukeit tnii> aiiuiiiabb and accom luh ed el Ibt. I n wl ol ainl i ion u burn oi i l.ro I in vtie I reeon-truc'ion ?! that i ne fmtui e ihe toil of which ium. edhe< from tl e el<m.te<1 r mk 'o whi,-h ber tulenti lint ra -ed I er. in'o the o'ifirinl puver y from which *ne 1, ii ii r j i in ir. 11'ere ???, hoaerer, nolhiuif of ?el i-hmi in i I unl ecomtnn pre, in Ibi- natural .i?--tri . He>aU?i to 111 liuil uiH am. In r ci iidreo. it was t.ir tboir sake* rl' i e tl nt r l.e i-pniu ap, iird bor?< If o a 1 fo uf unre ait t i jf 'oil nii<i la igiie ijiiccc-a bail a'm<i?t erowned b?r rflirlo aben iHiitb tlejir'vml bcr of toe | lra?uie ol i-n jrvii p 'tie Iri it* of her I tiiom I'lona tli?> period wh- o hlfntli olin ?I is country, u> til tbe ctosi* ol her c?n i ii; i'^iii nl hii p-nti'f cl?-iir< l all o.\j en^oi wouU hav? I ei'ii eloee U|Oi It lOH (.!??, nnil eho l?ad c.ilcub?l?^ U,iit moifrei htitMin er i o, with ln-r ne? compan*. vouli lia\e nenily noulde i tbii tii iinn' tier agont ta 1 i ro| c ha<i coi tludcd mii?:;i meute for her retorn wh.ch in loilv i l^l ti vonld i* brought tier S >i>,ikio m- r*. It is bat ? fhort time since she purch? ed a noble ch* teau iind oi mi.in in t ernriny, wiiba portion of 'he |>r? ci c^b oi her Auiorican t .ur. Alas ! fer tlic vanit/ (.< llliDDHU llOJ-hS I RrUillfit allon In Cuunicni'l'i Nkw Havrn, Ct., JuDt- 2(i, 1864. To tfik Editor ok the IIgralu. ThefoMowiug iuiHiniitiH nullification law hns boon rppcrtrd by tbf Judiciary Cumiuittee to the General Assembly, and bus pafwtl tbe S?tiat^?(every de mocrat voting ayainst it, bnwevei)?and will oa doultei 1\ pa n tbe flotihe. It is openl; avowed bf ill. lluniwii, (equator Fuurtb district,) \vh'?drifted it, tl a' its object is to render tbe Fugitive Slave law "tii.21 ui.d void'' hi C<>nnecticu\ Will tlie people ot Counecticut uustaiu such legiilution? I trow a or. AN ACT r iK THR PETKMT ( l> UUEltTV IN TUIH 8TA1S. Be it thothd Vy the. ftnait and M<>xi?c <J H'prexixtaiieet vi General AfKmliy atitmed Section 1. hvery | erenn who el>all fnl-ely ard malid fiiihly cl:mn, declare *tirii>ent, or preioDd, in preMnea ol an;, jui kL'< ci nim'Skiobei, marshal, or oturr o(Hi;rr of (be I ui oil Moti h, that any other p-reou in a rliw, or owcm eervice or luboj to uiiy jx r-oh or pi-rsons, with la tei.t to procure, or te aid or aSci.-t lu prucuring the lor cible lentuval ol M.ch o her p- rsno fri ui ibid State, abuJi j ay o sirt- (<f (he tliotiMtnd dollars and be iinpriaooed n?e years In the i o? i:e? t.cu' Ma'epiison. fee a. I- vi ly cliiiifii i oc aration, pn-tence. or rapra. Feniati<.ii, tbat any peraon tieinic or havicg; been In tbis htiie, Ik or whs r< Flav?, or owen or did owe ser*ine or lalHir to au\ other jternon or persons, eball bedeemei, in all ee?e? srUiu^ uuder this act tu bt> primn fa ie labe aod n aliciob; and the truth of any such dccioriitii n, preti nee, or repre-i utniloo, sbill nut M diimed pro c cxccpt by u.o lestlroony of at least iisw ctidible witii*ssea tecMlyiuK to facts directly tending t? Crl&l lUb tin- truth of rm li claim, decUralion, pieteuoe, ? r lepr -MHitntion, or by teaiimoi y eiiulvalunt' hereto hec 3 it, iijoi the trial of any pr.i-ccuti .n arising undi-r i Vis net, the prorecuiiDg officer ibud "laim (.bit sucb l claim, decoration, repreaeiilatiun, or preteuoa, was inadc ?hi lly or iu j ait by mtani; of auy afU 'avit. ri cdid. or other writing, (iari 1 evideuce of tbe subntanca of mtk aflltfmit, rtC'jril or olhtr wnliu^, ahull be xl mih>i' as primary e-*i-- nee of its contruts tee. 4. I pii 'he' trial of anv pr.is?*cu iiin arising t ni'( r ibis ai t. lio ilrjo-ition ahnll be ainilt ed a^ evi dence nf tbe truth of any sla:eir.ent iu uucU deiios.ttoa ccmu.ned. !rec 6. If, upon iho tr?al of ?nv prosecution ari^imj tir.ri(7 Lb. act, onv viltiesi- shall, in b tulf of the ptrkjr nccui- il and with >*iteut to aid buu iu hi^ defence, fabely nil" wilfully, In testifying, rejne ent, o protend, that niy peri-on is i r ev? r was .i ?.la\e, or does or ever did owe eerrtcc ?r IrAor to any person or pi rsom, such v.itL?Hs hi all p: v ii 3t e of fno tnouiuud d dbir's an I bo iroi>i.?otied fiic yea .-.Tin the Conoectiuut State prison. Mt C. A\ In Di ver complaint or in'ormatiuu shi.ll be niawu agaii'St any, jatson for any otteucc dcw.rihel la try. M-cticn of thj.i act, and upon such cmnplaiat or ii li inintli n awanant shall have been di ljr issuoi for ties rest of slioh f*r^on, any iiernon who ibull hln^r or obhtiuct a si critr, pe^uty sherilf. or constable, in tha rtt tii e of rucb t. irriint, or t-ball aid such aocased peraoa iu Micapirig ft en. tbe pursuit of su<h ofllcer, shall be ta pvltened one y< in tbe ronueatio.it btaic prison Sc 7. No clu'in, dedaration, uioti nc, or reprea^a lation rb.it any lerson is or was ?n apprentice fora fixed turniif years. ?r owes or < id owe service merely aa such an apt ri jtlct for aucb S.ced term, shall be deetnat prohibited by this ait, and ao suoii claim, dcclaraiion, jietfine, or japre^t ntrtlon that any person U or waa stibnri appreutice lor such fixed term, or ow-s or did owe service luetely ass n-hau apptcotice fo- sucb fixed term, aliall under ati\ pc/son I.able to any jienalty under this net. PfiKOnni iiitcllijicnrc, * Among tko passengers who will pall to-day in the steam thp Ariicla,*c notice the names of Mr. John Van Barm, Moti' and Ma-miic Julliun. Mr. JullicD, jr , Herr Keenly^ aim the rttnatnder of his orchestra; Mnu, Roger acd fannly, French Consul at New Orleans, bearer of despatch es; Mtnlsme Dillon, wife of the Fre&cli Consul at 8m FroncisM): Lieut, i'arretl un<l ladr, Iloyal E'iglnrera; Mr. Tin map Mxf'O, of Now York, and Mr John Dixon, weB knuan in 1 liinrity for his cricketing prowess In the 8fc. GfotyCtiikit flub. 1'heio wi ro 176 passages engag ed ji-htcnlay evening. M. A Matting Rit-brimnd, Va.; W- C. *!ane, Boston; Ssmuel K Baity do ; N. M. Gib-oti. do ; K, A Bucking ham and party, Ohio, C A. Wright, Clnn.; Hon. G. HL Wyse, Yarmouth, arrived yesterday at the Preeoott Hi UrO. Hen. ,f. WUlistrn, Mats.; Col. Nowbold, Philvtelphl*; I 'r. ,1. Mclh ury, lionton; J B. W. Stockton. California; Kev. I r. Chilworlh, Conrord; Rev. G. Grave-, Kandolph, Vt.; <nl. Caiv-n To-?n*ley, Vermont; Dr. T. Cidy, South America: Henry Parrow. St. I,ouis. Hon. Archibald Ken nedy N. H.: Ceo. Y. Dalard, Washington Territory, nercamong the arrivals at the Irving House yesterday. Hod. J Hughe*. Pa.: Hon. 8. A. Wbeelock, Mississippi; Mr Pndilfont and family, Savannah; L. P. Oakley, San Kruicitno: R. H. Tajlor, U. 8. Army: J. C. Converge, Ponton; Robl. Cook. St. Louis; J. 8. William*, U. 8. A., were tiinong tho arrivals yesterday at tho Molropolltaia Hotel. ARRIVALS l'r. ra Sa\aneli, la steamship Florida- .Mi?*es Horn Visa Black, W L n aid win W II Barton J P tloune, Wm I> II ni.dRuod * m ('?? wder (-enr) Mr* Crow4er aad serv't, w ni n?Mt, Jr. Oi<> C'raMlen, Z If Crai'tree J tl Uelea. Miet < laaland. MUs C'leary, Mr* E Condon, \ W -'ravia. M It t>om v I) ld:reromt> Mrs J B Kil?y, MUies S aad s F !ey Ml**** M Eand II Foley F (iilliland, Mr* (lorsneh. KXBa.'k tt Mi** linllaod. 1) I. Hinus, Kii J lager**11. Mirs l. K Ring. Jno Kell, R A Lewis (? ur), Mrs R A i . ?i- and servant V.i-hj S I' J > and B I ewi*. R A Lewfo Jr R'fn C levin FA l.twi*, J C Morao (sanr) Mrs ? Vi.ru- M'S J C Morse and serv't. J C Vorso Jr, M Martin. Mr* M Manh sail *er\'t Mrs J F Usrien and sorv't U <>* drn It Okdsn MirsF Often. J W I'erklas, K ?'a^eiford (?ei.r) *n*l laity. Ml?*** C and M Fad-lfo-J and Mr*'* O P Psflolfrd It I', pe M|? W Prettna, Mr* Pnpert E Russell, ?I Sehwcrrt. E Smith. Mite Rcndder. W K Symons aad lady. It hauMn ry vt U 1 hnmp*'n Mr* Vi lni nsa Mi*s I. Villa| Ionffa. J w aah' urn H R Wortbioirtoa, ana 20 in the ?>?*? ?ge Fr in Char'sitoa, in steamship Marlon?8 Cn>, Madttv i ami la I'rso, MrsE M Gtlhert and nurse, J 8 Jewe't, t* S Wiort Vr- II ' Adattis Mis> M Jaenita MissMMan.r, Vis- Bre < . J C Cnstf snd Inly, Then Knmain tfiisu v ? Ji ro?. Mln Caint b?ll Mrs M A Clarke and ebild Mrs ? Ferrv fapt OS Live 1 Ml** S E Love I R II Rha?t, A It Shaw v- F Houk wall W F Wilmot. 0 U Jone. O Dnfrata, W It Hirlnt laA* and 2 cbil l>i-n Ml** Ileriot. Mrs Evaas^ viMMfmi*b Miss II Smith, Vf*s C Warren. Jao D>?o aiquK Wm Dntbard J H Rowan. B H Conk Chaa Norton, J P Cionnnfi. Mr. J J Viddleton Mis* 9 Middletnn, A Mid rrleton. J J Mlddlcton. Mrs llntman J D Batman, 1 Cot* ten * t -.pi Ma l"rjr ladv and 2 ohitdrea, (]*o N Wbealar, > W II'ok.- (i<d W ?t?*rare pasMngers I mm i ew < rieaas, la ship W>?tmie*top? Mrs Fains, Miaa Itiitl; From >?trO leans, in ship F.actern Qaoen?Mr I Ilolmee, iad> aad child. PT*""' I Brooklyn City IntelllRenee. Thk Wnrr* Hat A?mik?An Atrtwv is Comitbqijwc*.? Foii-ft m< about onn o'clock on Mon'iay night an attack wss made np<>n a man wearing a white, or know nothinsr hat while pHSaing the oorn?r of Willnughby and Osr f Htretts. bj four young dii-d of Irish paremage. The m | It npjear* fiom what coul l be gathered by the offi.-ci , was | n eredirig quietly along, wt>on ho wan abused ana even to ally nttack*d by i-oh of tho pnrty, named Thomas F? ert, and In th became clinched, when the others ale? iell upon him l-eeling him-ielf unable to stand out aualti*i the whole party, ho drew a revolver anl tired. Ilie iiall struck 8eery on the forehe >d, taking an up ward d rtctioa toward* the crnwu, and made a ~e,erO flesh wound, but did not effect the akuil. The man who llteii then travelled, and ti e other party tiiok their triindtouia residenoe. whicli i" near the plane whero the aflray oci urred. I r. J. P McDonne'1'atteuded npoo Mery, te*t*rday. Tl e It jurj It is thought I* not likely to le i-ttended with very ierii.ui conneq encea. THe ai-sa lants do not appear to kuow whu the man ia that u*ed the weepoiK The I ouisville J> t/mai states, upon the authority of t petitlemen who ar iveo tl er Irom I e*lnif on on Mond*/; evening ihat t airot We geri, found fuiltv "f ma (*cr 1l t! ? (??sree, wHtrh ?iti IVBtd 7. WW tow j*i? coarmiMu,