Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 20, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 20, 1855 Page 1
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W YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 8872. MOANING EDITION?WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1865. PRICE TWO CENTS. ARRIVAL OF THB ST. LOUIS. FOUR DATS LATER FROM EUROPE. Meeting and Final Diasolution of the Vienna Conference. . mb ?mci 0?ttcsMt 01 me alucfl lathe Sea of Aiof. Occupation of comcu of Xertoh, and Capture Ctonitchi. OF Wll OF THE ALLIED GESERALS. (KIT BVMT8 SUKCTD. IEINFORCEMENT OF THE RUS8IAN FORCES GORTSCHAKOFF'S ARMY SAFE. Formidable Carlist Revolution in Spain. CONSOLS OECLINEO TO H M, (Mitr Advance la Calton?fanprovencnt la Breadstuff*, ?e. ate- to. , TIm DiM States eteauuhlp S*- Itede, Gapt. Wettem, row Ham teh, and Oovm 12:30 a. M. Tin last., arrived tt Quarantine at half past niao o'clock laat evening. By arrival wo bavo iatelbgenoe from Europe ap to ha 6th teateat. In a oommerctel point of view, tho tews io Important. I Tho St. Lenia, on tho 8th Inst., la lat. 60 40 N., Ion. .0 80W., passed a wroek, (apparently port of a ahlp'a lunrtar Cook,) bad a long g?ag?*y or aky light hatch I ?n a no rife, painted white; alee, pert of a ahlp'a lower Hi royal "??n atoamahlp Asia arrived at Liverpool on Ihe 2d inatant, and the United states wall ateaaaahip i nunhsd Oowoa, en route to Bremen, on the vuowln( day. ... The Vienna Conference met on tho 4th last., when a I tew Anatrian proposiUon waa prevented, tho exaot na me ef which had not tranapirod. Prinoe GortsohakoB akadlf he might aoad It to St.'Petersburg, but tho ?''reach and BngUah Plenipoteniiariee replied that they rem not anthorlcod to agree to each a atep, and tho iiiifinnni terminated definitively on the day of ita Scarcely had the Atlantto left Liverpool with the newa t the great anoeoaaea which had taken plaoe on the part ' the alUaa againat the Russians, than further intelll ice In refareaoe to their poeition oa the Sea of Axoff 1 reached England. From a deepateh which had been ecrivod at the Admiralty from Sir h Lyoaa at Kertch, I ated tho Slat of May, it appear* that the aquadron in I he Sea of Aseff had appeared before Oenltchi, landed a I >ody of aaaaaon and marine*, and after driving the Roa [ ian force from tho place, had destroyed all the depets ad veceela laden with corn and auppliee for the Rnaaian . rmy. Only one man waa wonndeiL Since entering the | ?a of Aaeff four etcamera of war, and 240 vcsaela en Joyed in conveying eappliee to the Ruaalan army la the 'rlmaa, have bean destroyed. The Monitmr, at the 4tn last., publishes the following evpatck from uon. ren**tox to is* minister of War :? Cbuika, June 1, 1865. We have sprung two mints In front of tho flagstaff sstlsn Ihr eooond explosion did oo as Id arable damag? o the hit 1" the ravine of Careening hay, in ad rsnaa If oar works, our engineers dlsooverod n trans ?srso line of twenty four cubie casta ftllod with gnn Kiadsr each forty centimeters truck in the inside, plaoe i i distBBOWi Mid buried Jouit ooowtli the sodjticli ( 'aaTcontaining one-ftftltte of n kilogramme or powdor, I* covered with a fulminating apparatus which wooll ' iplod* by the simple pressure of tno toot. Those oases lavobeea taken np by our engineers. Tho Jftiming Herald, in n telegraphic despatch, dated funs 2, states that the allies have taken tho town of isnitch 1, at the) mouth of tho Putrfi Sea, burnt a nonth's rations of tho whole Rnaaian army, and destroy id the shipping. There is but little doubt but this ac count la the French version of tho affair at Qenltohi. A despatch from Prince Goruchakoff, dated the 29th alt., states that the allies have occupied Kertch, but have not pushed inwards. He reports that in conso juoaoe of the mini which ho ha* taken the allies win not bo able to cut off tho communication* of the Russian army. Tho Poet Oeuette, of Frankfort, publishes a despatch from Odaana to the effect that tho Russians are raising batteries to command the channel near Ghik?1, which connects the Putrid Lake with tho Sea of Auff. Ano ther despatch says that Gen Cnehakoff had arrived at Perekep with his division?four infantry regiments, each 3,000 strong. General Groeenheiiea had also arrived at Psrehop with his light cavalry division, tho Third, con slating of fear regiments, each ?60 strong. These figures would give Prince Ocrtschakoff n reinforcement of 18,000 men?a number which more exact information would * probably reduce. Letters bum Berlin, of tho lat Instant, state that tho ?uooieam of tho alii** in th* Boa of Asoff have made a deep |biiii seat in thare. It la obaeresd that tha largo , ropertieaef cavalry In tho Russian army will oause tha stoppage of supplies from tho oountriea of tho Don to be frit with peculiar pressure by tho enemy. On tho 2M nit. there wore 190 eaeea of cholera at St r Petersburg. News ftem Kertch to the 3d laotant state that every thing was going on satisfactorily. Sonjak Kali was evacuated by tho Russians on tho 28th of May. They burnt the principal buildings aai abandoned sixty guns and six marten, having drat rendered them unservice able. The Timet received the following despatch from their Vienna oetrespondent, dated Galatu, June 1, 1865. Than was a gnat fln last night in tha artillery and oavehry atabln, close to tho ammunition department. The Anatrian garrison succeeded in extinguishing the an but one hundred and three horses wen horned. The ckelerm is said to have appeared in tha Austrian jLTUj |t Gllioil. A latter merited from th# Fnnoh camp before Sobas topol, and dated May 22, state* that the alliss wen on the on of gnat event#?everything waa prepared. Tha laat armngeaenta had bean made m a council of war, at which Gens. Oaarobert, Pelissier, Bosquet, Lord Raglan, ?Oner Pasha, Bmwn, Delia, Marmara, and Admirals Bluet and Lyons, wan present. All the miaforoements had came up, making tho Frooeh army amount to 300,000 n*. A triqgraphis despatch from Oegliarl announce* the k death ef tha Bey of Tunis, on the night of tho 1st June lIUiuuunmiT and oouain, Sidi Mohammad Bey, ascended tho throne without obstacle. Both Houses of Parliament mot oa tho 4th lnrt., afto - "do and Derby recdae. In tha Lnrda th what lengthened debate was again adjourned. 1ft- M. siiKion ooaaidertng the Turkish territory now intact and "n^Zmtetha poreUtenn la a war which he do bribed as of IndeBaite extent, and only pursued lathe ^nneed tho temptations which had bean presented for ? r^terfVner. ant p^ nnd oo.tended that tte ^ a. wril ea tha glory of the British omplm would ho aeriilnd by any signs of oowardio* or surrender f ?b? hivb m liaolpltiB which ooaatitntod tho real bond of further advanoe of 54 per cent. Genesis for count, which teft off on the 2d at 91* ex-dividend, ^ a st 91* to K, to which they finally returned, ter baring temporarily touched 92. Pnmium was again In dooeami, and then inn buyers during the ? ? 1 ? * _ . liloo nf UN, HI WW WWB at 6 praarium. The terminable annuities of lean wen tern at 10*. rtook ?*???* at 2MX to 210. Redueed 01\' to bcto|Mr bill* 20*. to 2V1- p?*wu*. The occurrence,of Wbitenntide, u4 i codiiiuM of angenisl mttur, % auied the trade of the ?watMh ring tows*, daringttfe ' previous to the sailing ef the ? teenier, to be very lto'M At llenehentor the trnnaao tiooe had scarcely beee to * ??fflct?nt ex test to teat whe ther o freak riae la the ph '"* ** |oode woalt be obtain *d equal to the farther ties' edrasoe ef eottoa at liver pooL A alight Improvement fk^d taaee place at Birming baaais the deaaasd for Irow. which it waa hoped woaM at leant caaae exlating quoUttown to honyhoM. At Netting - bam,althoagh there waa noaoftatty, a fair aaeset of em ployment waa obaerrafaia. Is the wo.dlas diatriota owing to the eaae of the. mosey market, ewd the antis factory progieea of tha war, taero waa a farther iaereare of oosfldesoe, and the high prices of agrioultaral pro duce created a steady demand for moat deeerip tioni of maaafactore soluble for the home markat. The accossta of the appearssoe of the crop* through out the Usi ted Kingdom ooattoaed, os the average, very favorable. In the oors market the boainasa waa somewhat limit ed, bat an advance of from la. to 2a. waa generally de manded. The arrivals ef the pait week had again been liberal in foreign wheat, onto and henna, aa well aa English floor. Tha show of sample# from Essex and Kant waa leas than of late. Millers, however, evinced little dlspoaition to Increase their ate oka, and white wheat waa neglected. Good foreign grinding barley waa la. dearer. The trade In malt remained quiet and un altered. In eats the reduction at the last market waa confirmed, at fid. par qnnrtor on all deaerlptiona, though there was a better sale. The quantity of English henna was small, and very little inquiry existed. There waa, for tha time of year, a fair demand tor seeds. THE WAR REASSEMBLING AND FINAL ADJOURNMENT OF THE VIENNA CONFERENCE. In the House of Commons, Jum 6th, Mr. Bright In quind whether the noble lord (the Prime Mlnleter) ni now prepared to answer the queation ho had pat on the previous night, in reference to the prodacttoa of fur? tber papers completing the account of what had taken place at Vienna, especially aa to any new proposition* made anbaeqnantly to the date at the paper* already on the table? Lord PAunmsTOx had no objection to lay upon the table the last official communication raoeired from the Austrian government, together with the answer to it. He might take the preaent opport nlty of informing the House that the government hod received to-day a telegraph ic despatch from Vienna, announcing that the Conference met yesterday, and that after a communication hid been exchanged between the several plenipotentiaries it was it was finally closed. (Load cheers from both aides of the Bouse ) Sir H. Willocohbt Inquired if the papers tha noble lord bad undertaken to produce would include the pro position! alluded to by Count Buol in his communication of the 14th alt ? Lord Pauixrstox?What I a aid was, that I would 4lay on the table the official communication received from tha AnatTlan government, and the answer to it. When these papers are produced ths honorable baronet will see whether they contain tha information ho requires. ("Hear," and langhtar.) In tha Hcuaa of Lords on tha same night Lord LvNDBrMT said ha wished to aek the noble earl opposite (Lord Clarendon) whether ho had reoeived any Intelligence of the dots of the Vienna oonferencea, and wbather he would have any objection to lay upon the table the last proposal which was submitted to that oonferenoe? The Earl of Claksxdox aatd ho had that morning re oeived Information from her Majesty's minister at Vienna that tha conferences had upon the day previous been summoned by Count Bnol, who had then mace a propo sition to the Russian plenipotentiaries- He believed that UeRussian plenipotentiaries?the house must recol lect that he spoke merely from a very short account of the matter?hod required to know whether they might send the proposal to St. Petersburg. Upon the French and English ministers being consulted, they replied that they had no in structions to agree to such a step Const Buol thea said, that having failed in carrying out the osgagement which be undertook, namely to find elements upon which the different parties might endeavor to treat, he oonsidered that tb*re was no furtbar ass in the conferences being held. (Hear, hear.) With regard to tha question wheth er the proposal made should be laid before Parliament, ha (Lord Clarendon.) appro headed that there would bo no objection to such a course. As, however, he was not yet quite certain what the proposal was, he should like to I defer giving an immediate answer. I The following telegraphic despatch appears in tha Palrie of the 4th inat- >? Vohxa, June 8, 1868. The Western Powera,' in rejecting the Austrian propo- j eitiona, have declared that they coasider tha negotia | tions aa completely exhausts!, and that tha question moat now bo settled by the sword. [From the London Times, June 8.1 The formal dissolution af the Vienna Conference, which took place on Monday afternoon, is the most definite commentary wa have received upon the situa tion of Europe and the prospects of the war. It termi nates that state of suspense which was sometimes mistaken at home for a want qf resolution, and abroad for a want of power. It consigns the protoools of the peat spring te that limbo in which the diplomatic relics of this long controversy may bo preserved. It teaches us to rely on onr own resources far tha aucoefa we hope to obtain, and it brings to a decisive test the loiterers and wavenrs in this contest. Wo need hardly add that the people of this country infinitely prefer a clear stage and a direct trial of strength to the perplexity of negotiations, In which it was not unreasonably apprehended that we might be overreached by crafty antagonists and un certain allies: and the boat answer to those who affect to regret that paaoe was not obtained on those restricted and precarious terms is to be found in our present mili tary and naval position at the theatre of war. The first year of these hostilities found the Russian government in possession of an enormous and highly efficient army and of vast warlike stores, accumulated with ineeeaant labor and expense daring a long pesos. Ths first year of these host!ities found the allied Towers with their armies and fleets on n peace eatabliahaaent, and with no extraordinary preparations of any kind for carrying on war at a great distance from their own domin ions. Every succeeding month of the war baa reduced the reeonrees of the enemy and Increased onr own. The army now In the Crimea, the squadrons hovering on its ooests and penetrating to the reeeseee of the Sea of Azoff, the fleet already In tha BaJtio, anchored within a few miles of Cnmstadt, are all far more powerful and inured to war than the forces which began to operate by land and by aaa last year; and, if the contest Is un happily prolonged, we have no doubt that wa shall ac quire a far higher degree of effleieney than we have yet attained. The Russians appear disposed to acknowledge the fact that tha turn of affairs la not to their favor, and that they have little to hope from active resistance, for since the allied forces arrived at Kerteh they have bean every where preceded by the self imposed sacrifices of tha ene my. The troops retired from Kerteh and Yenlksle; steamers and stores of war were sat oa fire; and, by the latest Intelligence, Bondjak-Kaleh, on the Circassian coast, has bean evacuated, the works burnt, sad no loss than 60 guns and fl mortars spiked and abandoned. Anapa now remains tha only Russian fortress of any importance oa tha shores of the Black Saa to the south of the Bon of Asoff, and, If it ha worth while to attaok it, it mast spsodUy fell Into the possession of ths alllos. As far so Ciroassia is cosoarsed, wa have no reason to extend onr operations to that oountry. Tha natives of that mount*Ineua region are soger enough to as sart, an 1 brave enough to defend, Its Independence; but Russia baa already loot there the fruits of twenty years ot warfare, all her fortified posts, and the princi pal line of oommnaieation with her franacanoaslan pro vinces. Hence the Russian army in Georgia has beea paralysed, and no operations have bean attempted against Kara, which Colonel Williams has now auoooeded in putting Into s respectable state of defence. Lord Raglan cannot bo accused of having neglected or underrated the Importance of the expedition to the Sea of Asoff. On the contrary, ho had obtained information which satisftod him that tha Russian army in tha Crimea, aad evsst tha garrison of Ssbaatopol, wore mainly vic tualled from ths eastern coast of the pen insula, and banes the extreme anxiety with which, to conjunction with Sir E. Lyons, ho urged en the Kerteh oxpouiti >n. Indeed, suoh was his earnest desire to affect this object at all has oris, that whan Gen. Oanrobert ordered the French ships to return. Lord Raglan authorized Sir Gloria Brown to proceed with the British squadron, and to oomnfoto thq enterprise, if be thought tout ths force under his erden was sufficient for th^t purpose. It u dear, however, that until a very recant period, the government at borne had very Imperfect notions of the nntnre of this operation. On the 14th of May? barely three weeks ago-Slr James Graham was exam ined before the SeUztopel Committee, and he stated at ths close of fell ewtiP**^ w T-."' that there are" battorio^wh command the passage; and that ths --- ? ?. - - np by sunken vosnMl as it la #iri?tnsSSL]*> totoly could not bo lltfeeoou that thsMRnZLwe w<?ki abandons# Important a position -Iftnntiu^ _Tj and tbo commanders whopkwmedthT^,^!. * ,hot' quite right la making propLrattons tnJSKt^^ cosna a much more powerful resistor**, but A; U VZl of th* ??P?ffict information JT ?eased by Sir .lames Graham down to a * rlod, that bo should have takes It fee granted thaTsw! manimations by the Saa of Asoff could not ho totoj* of Yenlkals boon btorkaded fWjstho beginning, the erniser* would probably have picked epjsons*> Information as to tbo real state of ths ufweu ol tkst psiNn: aad a skilful reeeaaousaaee af the eaotorn shores 3 tha Ckimea Curing ths oouree of last summer might have contrasted meet Important '?formet?eu to the an lor taking the <UM fwe?i war* then a boat to .??????. At to* present moment It to not dO** from the Win graphic intoiltpenoe which hen boon v-uade psbKo, (er which direction Sir Oonrgo Brown ma/ hn?* morsd with bis arm/. A lurk is a garrison wan loft at Ysmksls to eommaal the etralu, bat as tele point in k>* romoroi from an/ chance of attack 0/ land, it wwuM bars been use I Ms i o detain the mala bod/ of the arm/ ?h Too Russians withdrew from Karteh to o Tillage la >the in>o rior of the Kertch Peninsula, about ten miles an the high road to Kafla; and, srairQeerge,Brown'seoo** ,M sent out cbmpletnl/ equipp ?t ior the fleid, isoia Hog moans of trsnsport, It is prshsbla that he haa either fol lowed the retreating d vision of tho Ruaoiaas, or ad rat lo ad toward# Arab at oa the tend side, that being theaeem't point to 8 merophoi, at which stores bars coca landed. The country is more feeoreble for militar/ operations then tho sou thai n or the western coasts of the Crimea, for it Is neither so mountainous as tho one, nor so dr/ sad onprodnctirc aa tho other. Moreover, the close pcoximtt/ to the sea on both fides is an immeass addi tional facility to the moramnato of an arm/ aotiag in oorjonctwa with a flotilla With 20,000 men of pieaod troops, Sir 0*orgs Browo ma/ ho able to operate a fecial <lable dirsnhos on that side on which the Russians have hitherto been leatl exposed to attack, and we are san guine enough to anticipate important advantages from the operation* in which he is engaged. 8180,5 w tJ^EV.rZJSS ^5S5- <52S??2 ?u ffii5?Sw2?5taSl,'!k .1" / ~*ul" *"?*? respecting on of the forte jaat ?s?s:hzz iars.,r coniiiff rjmm-i K* il. . ' ? 6T6 now two months ^i^r^ci'^ssrvstsES at** m? biRUNd oat of Ufa bj th.*?. swarm round It Ilk* ban*. """" P^P1*. *h? ^TbafoUowing deapatch ha* been published at 8t. Pa *?2r& SS; ^ .!?K SeSSCS Vu "?? "iew ??ein#t GonitachT undertaken ... * "? MoniUur of Jane 5 a>n?tmivu tk.o ,L. ESSOBE?**th? *i^rS5ffJ5 Advice. reoelred from Knft'wlS' u ssssrss'g z-sds 4'rf-""11 sssaafefs bH S^uSTIn rOHl Z*"* 8,1 th" ,tor?a? Theenemy provisions, fo'ur war "earn/?, aUd "TeSfcj&J11 P^^'O-'"* June 6th:? 11 11 tfce London papera on Nowe from Kertch of the MMtolSmt. '""arrthU^ la fgH <? aatlafactorlly. Captain Moore hlTYSfiJ from Circassia, with the inteUlgenee that Souink Kaieh wee evacuated on the 28th M^Tto aSff-TbS burnt the principal building*, an<j^abandoned ?ixtv ram end *lz mortar*, having lUrtVendmeH,?*fflC b.1^f0l^g'fto5A^m,nJ <? communicated *,tJ& Admlralt7~SptZ 110016, Of H. M. 8. Highfljtr. who Ail in it ratiiramrl from the ooaat of CWrt*: report* that tWenSZJSh!* ^SS'tSSS^iS^ 'ttTMSSS "SSi'Si'sr * tht ??* we **? ?" the eve of great evenls- ererr thing la prepared. On Sundav and Moodartin !ST 22^to hi rmerally believed that it i* proceed lag to Kertch. Two other division. are going toth. a*jut ccm**un}caiion* **t* the tea of A toff and the g^cssa as? aaab&gSg atass, ~ sSsssftfins recall of the flrat eipedition i* alreadV endTu7t^K'ald K Important of t? bcst*ta?5?^f SS?P?2 KvsEhB ^v^Wr^oSs^hi: dene an act which ha* obtained SSftjgFifi *t*,m *??heart* of the aoldier* than If he had nndir^u^V G???w*l Pellaeier take* the command under tho moat fiTomblo oirommtanoM. Ho iniari in dSr*? ***** ** THE CONTINUED SUCCESSES OP THE AT LIES IS THE SEAOFaZOFP [1 rom the Ixmdon Tim**, June 4.1 The operation* of the allied fleet* in the He* of Amir continue with unabated entrgy and w?wm I?teUI*tZ? rtMaTftSS Admiralty, dated th* 31?t k JIei'.? Kertch. that the squadron la the Sea of A toff had appeared before Genltchi, landed abodrrvf seamen and marine*, which drove back the destroyed all the depot* and tmmIi u*.. Un>i rii? iu/PHM I*1 the Kuaalan army. Lord Rag laa'* despatch of the 2d of Jane relates to th. .VnTo achievement, and state* that ninety veaaek w#?T?I^^i a' J? w5** ,U?T or deetroyed to prevent their in ttihlSf,I^fcf00"d tb^r ,to??hipe and magatinc* in the hand* of the enemy, or only to be rescued fro? capture by instantaneous destruction. Tha entkmiut!! ^ hlriratlf^r^clii!l!,# ?Atlon will feel on this occasion ^ .?T ^ ?maikabU fact that our ewcem ha* not ooet the squadron a single Ufa, one man o2* having been wounded at Genltchi; theurh in blliljathif bloodieti Tiotorj hiu inflicted ?MTer?r blow "P"> ?? ?c?7 than the hard-fought snd^ewrly wen field* of th* Alma and of InkermannT T ,, *5?Prodigal of men, and she ha* more than once ettempted to overwhelm the gallant 5r^i T ^ V lnT*d?d bn territory by th* mulStS dlnou. host* of her armad serf*. The Iom of .tore* Sf food of wealth and of the mean* ofTamA^/.. greater calamity to th* Czar than th* defeatVl? ?my: for, Indeed, of what use U an armV rad wlit T " ?a*VtAt *? c^hi v^'o^t campaign of the mean* of aubelateaoef War in the Crimea baa this peculiar character that Mm ? - - - njmle. are at this ^ounGX^GM n"U?^ th* natural produce of th* country 1* insufficient to support any one of them. In T'tke Crt"9* dcwTnot p?oduco corn JS*0 Jh for the norlfbmeat of iti own ?c&nij popoUtkm. and ff* T**f the harvest was below th* average- tui. Tl4, the cultivation of the aoll ha* been nselected' B^.Cf jsjs -aS3^?T, t;?s?i: Hrx'-"' Br^rzi u^"" '^"-oblbWlb. Another circumstance which eauaea ua th* aut ?jn _ . order# of Sir Bdmund Lyon* and Admiral &aat, who were the chief projector* of the ezneditfam they entered the Strait* *f Yenikale and landed ra amy in aporition which paralysed the foroes bf the^SSt7 PDfar thTariaVV'!^ eT'if^ ImrtanUy proceeded to ' <*to whlch no foreign vessel of PJok*blT ?? V^ding veaeel above the sis* of a eon brig, had penetratod?a sea re?mbllng a shallow br*b0 8h f*4""* whJoh ?? Icet in the aur ro?*^?f '"fj11*"' Aeroea thla sullen basin, whloh th* ancient* called a marsh, and which th* most recent tra veller* who have visitM It oompam to a reservoir of P^^np. o*r steamer* ploughed their way. In twenty-four hour* BcrSanak was suited, at a dis tance of more than on* hundred mils* horn the strait# and on th* following day ArabatweT aheSedT Weha!i foreeon, and mentioned some days wo. upon "* ' arrival of this news, that Genltchi would be < the grst ??- -?i?" ??"?? woum o? one of th* flret point* to attadkiVx-aue it command* th* strait between the main land and th* lawuc of Arabat. and also the communication between th* Putrid Ssa and the Ben of Arof. It l? therefore a point of the greatest eon icqnenoe for traoaport both by land ami water, and we are not surprised to find that the Russian* had aocumu lated there very large quantities of store* for th* army. The Strait of Genltchi, serosa which there Is a ferry I* said to be not more than slaty fathoms wide- but It la deep, sud It ssrvse to carry off tho wafers of tho Putrid Sea Into th* Poa of Azoff. Of th* Putrid He* itself, or Plrwash (a* it 1* property called), scarcely anything (a known, and it i* Wholly unmarked by sound lags la any charts that we poeoeee. It appears, however, to present considerable analogy to the lsgwas* whloh encircle Ve nle*; and, though It may ht maceeeeible to efesoMrs of war, we do not despair *f ships' boats performing a mi i kid la tbeee waters whioh might be of the ?net aaeeaMal iaeporlnaoa to the campaign. Toe BuMlaoa within the last ten yeare, m we took ooaeaton to elate roni montne ago, eonatrvet?d a road on Miee aeroee the Sirwanh, at one of ite air reweet palate, wbioh oooneote the Crimea with the Mala lena by a wooden bridge about two hundred fa 'tome in length. Thie military road, lying between the Udhmas of 1'erekop and the tongue et Arabat, U more practicable lor an araey than either of tbeee two natn ial .Mnmenaicatione. and aothieg would be more fatal to the l.'neeiaai tana the oeetruetion of the woeden bridge which -rem pie tee thie line of oommueXrailow The die taaoe (.'*** tieaitehi to the bridge cannot be more tbaa twenty iW twenty-Bee aetlee. We are of eonree ignorant of the depth of water there may he in the lagunee, bat if it be eu.Veient to float the Aipe' boote, and we held the entrant w to thie inland water, there ir no reaeon why the destruction of thie road ehoold ant bo at tnaeptod. OPERATIONS IN THE BALTIC. [Corrt *f eudence of tb? London bewe.1 UTT Chonbtamt, U?jr 28, 1886. 11m fleet km M lut ventured to elgbt the terror of oar friend* Yeeteedny the Orion, MtnTciennt end Mer lin east in puriuit at eome emnll veeeete; they folio wed them into ? anell p*ace calked C* porta. The Dragon eat oat three kof thenr veeeelk,. about 800 tool eneh. end utdi en attempt to briag ont another veeael of 600 tone, bat tbe number of Coseaoke that came down to oppoar them prevented their euooee*. The Maficienne tbeo Mi need thirteen etaallar veneU, bat *h very eoon obetrnetod In hoe ehaee by a battery of twenty guns opening Hie on her, which eke r?ry bravely enaweied, bat en yet we bane not heard the re enlL Tbe MerUn haa been sent to leer aaaletanoe The Firefly tehee the mail* to T?ro, and the frinoeu Alio* tehee them on tram tbenee to Daateio. The weather here i* very oeld a* yet, and all the gunboat* are in readineee ret notion. The Ajaxand Lightning were in Nargen Road* when the Vulture paeeed through. She met eeveral email veeeele that were andenlable priiee. but Captain Clause having deepetebea en beard, and knowing tbe importance of hie miseion, endeavored to reach the fleet ae quickly aa peeeible, and did not low hi* valuable time in boarding the enemy, and arrived here at 11 A. M., after a quick passage ef flfty-four hour*. . THE danubian principalities. 4V ^5 from ConitMtlaopl?, of the 24th of Hat in ?nje:?The oitnaUon' of 8om? MXMtj hew. On the evening of Md " ^ * meeting on the eubjeot, " , Benedetti, Charge d'Affairs of France, and oiher diplomatists, attended it. It is alleged thai the An.! H""*11",, "P" from the Principalitlei all persona whom / distrust, without regard to their nationality It m Mi^ that acme French ^bjscte hare ?Zred ofcar? to auhiSt^tK-baT* b??> addrenued on the u Freneh embaaaj and to the Porte, and it U this eiroametanoe which la stated to have caused the the English, on their part, .are raid to have made very th^SJZ?, ' aPam't fci**Stirbey,io that thii affair threatm* to occatum new complications. The govern 2&t! 2!*E?? ???? with a good deal of ??<? horses in all the pro d1?1* VT*' StoJ^ W" ? he were in a conquered country. Lo^M ford muat now repent having urged the Porte to the convention ?f the 16th of June, which, aa I have often IJmi conaldered aa a aecood treaty of Balta POSITION OP THE GERMAN COURTO. TUUB NEUTRALITY AND ITS OON8BQUBNCE3. _ _ [Prom the London Tlmea, June 5 1 The German Courts rale the German people with a rod of1,i?n; Russian Court roles the German Charts with a rod of gold, which will soon pass into one of 4 i , *2 **y ihht the politioal notion of the country is only the action of the governments, and that ?\-T4m?L er5!t German tanu white within him. w ?/si! which snch sovereigns of PruMi? have brought upon the German Mme. The governments are those which the nations of Germany prefer or tolerate?they are the acknowledged representatives in the eyee of Europe ofthe vaK I State*, and by their action muat the character of the people be judged. Of what proflt ia it to the world that young and enthusiastic members of the Burs:hen interest roar oat catches upon the subjeot of "Preiheit." , ?*I? professor* exhaust their ingenuity in long treatises and historical abstractions, that in all question.i of art tha Germansi are a hlghiy oultlvated race-what is all this to men who are engaged in a death grapple, in which the Germans should have taken their steinid^ *r?m tbey most meanly ah very argument which has born so repeatedly urg ed by the German Courts in favor of their neutraUtvto the yery one which tells against them with the greatest Vi*y In ? war? Why should they add to the number of combatants, and contribute their quota to a general conflagration \ The answer is obvious. Had the grant German Courts from ths lint thrown their weight into the scale In favor of that , cause which they themselves had acknowledged to he I ?t and right, there would have been no warVOT. The oZZr would have drawn back before the armies and fleets of Europe. Nothing leas would have averted a contest A quadruple alliance would have laved the efuiion of a tin Oitfoopef Wood, or the burning of a tingle, cartridge.. wiS*4K ^ nUf r;a*,b?tUr ??<luhUit?l than we were with the nature of his interest at the varlons German courts, especially at that one which has served him with ?uon de*per?te tenacity of parpoM to th* last. The Russian has been well served at the German eourta; he has not thrown a rouble or a diamond snuffbox away. Again, by a series of dexterous matrimonial alliances he has converted Germany Into a kind of nnrsery-barrack for the Romanoff family. The Grand Duchy of P.rako h?im cannot bo stirred into notion, because tbe interest ing Grand Duoheu Marie Feodorowna ton" scion" of the Imperial house. Is not ths Dowager Empress a sis ter of that king of men who reckons the great Frederick among his ancestors ? Can you enter any little trum perv German kingdom or duchy without stumbling against a Petrowits or Psulowiti? The unctuous Cham berlain, and the sly " Legation's Councillor," who em dsavor to pump jour very thoughts out of your brain, sro mere valets of the Russian Chancery. ?*???? The police agents have been carefully secured In the Ruisian interest. In fact, turn where you will in Ger many, the wind blows ever from the bet. Either by W?4v ?"2j*2l m*rrf,k?#*' m V bribes and Intrigues with the Ministers, or bv oeurtesies and favors showered UP<? tha leading families, the Crar attains his end, which to to paralyse the action of the German people and to convert them Into the blind instruments ofhia -J?0' ** ***** until ichenut are further de veloped and the frontier can be advanced nearer to the Rhine. ??^Ui!hl!.l8,5umI!Uli* but, in strict jua tfc*' Jt should only be applied to the governing caste and their agents. The blame which properly attaches to tbe middle and humbler classes is, that their Influ enoe upon the action of their rotors is so feeble that they oannot compel them to save the national honor. In 1848 <9 they oeuld meet in noisy conclave at Frankfort rave about Bcbleawig.Hob,W and thro " away the game of Ul?rty, while their Wnda were Oiled witJ trump cards. When it comes, however, to any rational scheme for bettering their political condition, they are as tame nnd dull as so many flock, of sheep, wiewould have supposed Hint such a point as the destruction or Russian influence throughout Germany, and the restora tion of a native Policy, was one woi{hy ef an honest stiupgle. One would think that a nuui showed with any reasonaabto demo of foresight might have predicted the ?* ,B?b ? change upon the growth of poll 4 iff*throughout Germany. Had it not boon for the terrible weight with which St. Petersburg has pressed upon every German capital, the stipulations in favor of German liberty attached to the trestle* of 1815 would not ha vs. remained a dead letter. As it la, ths Russians ?if we are not much mistaken?will ere lomr be deprived of everything they sought to re th"r ??ttority the Gorman ooorts. Why should we sock to benefit men who will nsitber help us nor themselves ? The Germans have leftae tobMr the evil day alone, and now the beet thing the alMes can do ia to leave them In quiet fruition of their Olympian repose The only portion of the population for which we retain much svmpatby is the peanantiy. The beet advice we can give them to to ee eepe with all convenient speed from a country ia whioh it to vain to took for liberty, prosperity, or heaor. In the ranks of the allied armies they may light the battle of their country, and fnlfll a nobler destiny than play ing the tedious game of soldiering in a home garrison, or assisting to swell the pomp of a review for the amuse ment of their despots. Is the once warlike youth of Germany never to leave the parade-ground, but to grow old, generation after generation, in practising mimic war, ia preparation for a mighty blow which its rulers will one day strike, hut only at the remain ng liberties of their people? AUSTRIAN NOTES. In addition to the circular despatch of the 17th of May, addressed by the Austrian government to the repreesn tat!vts or Austria at German csnrts, the following pri vate despatch was addrasaed, under the same date, to Count Esterhacy, the Ausurlaa Ambassador at Berlin:? ? _ Vixjtju, May 17, 1856. Mourner* ix Coxrn?Ths Prussian Cabinet has been informed by M. de Bismarck of what has been done at Frankfort aa regards tba step M de Glinka, the Russian Charge d'Affair an, was ordered to take by his Court. We approve that M. de Bismarck did not provoke a discus ?ton In the Diet on this step of the Russian government, and we do not doubt that Pruaela, like Austria, does not deem suoh a discussion suitable. We also ea tertaia the oonvietioa that the other German Court* ?711 J?* W fwrthu* heed to this new attempt of Russia to separate tbe private latoreate of Germany from the genes al interests of Europe, as the object or Russia thereby eaa only he to maintain disunion in Germany, and to make sure aa far aa possible, of the reeotationa of the German Charts be fore the final result of the Vienaa Conferences to known, and before we can be la a position to express ourselves to o?r eon federates on the eneembte of the situation and what ft truly demands on tha part of Gormnay However, not to allow any doubt to axist on the point of view in which we look upon the declaration mass by Russia at Frankfort, we nddress the annexed oirenlar to our renreeewtattvee in Germany, (Circular of 17th May published In our teocpd edition of Saturday ) Wo n quest you to eommualrsie it to Baron MantouilhL and on this occasion to express to the Mia later torotldout our confident hope that on this point tho views or the Prussian Cabinet coincide with ear own, Xo His KxmuirffT Ojcrrr ?T" J It* "port (hit Austria, under date of the 16th of hsj, bo* lugfc another circular, la confirmed. We h'*** ?ot jet nelnt the tost of toll aew circular, bo tlx folio* tag letter from Heelin contain* the eabelaaoe of h '? The new iutrtii circular of the 2ttb of lb; hoe pro dnoed .?? Immenee .^Oect It oould aot bo otborwlae. Although' hi thle oireitlor Aqstrut pronlaee to remaia faithful Ik* her e*|l| amenta. to maintain the "four po ntfl," to Jireaerre an . \rmed attttadeantil the moment when nrgotiat ione map b< * reeumed. ana to make of bar last propoaitlot'a, 1/ acoep >ed at Parte and London, toe objeet of an ultimatum to' Roaeta?although thia and aim! ar declaration* are ma- *hj* d<)=oment, which will probable be the oloalBg i the Vienna aegotia tiona, at leaet provisionally, i ^ J* ecrualiy certain iKat it bet,ait the intention of Austria. her proportion* be rejected, to a,rums an expectant I. ?e"/ P01*^' AfJ im" part'ai reader of thle doc amen t will oome to thle ooo olnelen. Bi We bare received the St. Peterebu "* iouraale of the 29th May. They ?e not ae yet publii * of Kerch expedtton. _ [Berlin (June 2) correspondence of 1 *ndon Tbnee ] The Aordeu/scAc Zeitytng pnbUehee a t iatement, dated "ttie Russian front er," to the effeot t tat the appear aaee of the En* hah fleet off Rerel had ea ?*ed "agreat sensation in the capital, aa well as alo. H ooaat of Xethland and rintand." It is affirmed that the reteran Tttnohf. who has the coast. rand-in-chief of the militia, had ordered every drueohioe that wae aa Set organised to aet ent oa ita march for St.. etarabnrg, i the neighborhood of which two oasana \ to bo formed, oae on the north, the other on tan eo tth. Ad joteat General Ten Plovers, the eommaader of ?? Bal tic army, had betaken himself to the threaten* td point (Rerel) for the pnrpoee of conducting the defea ??l and It is its ted that the approach to the town hi *1 been made lnacotasible by linkiog old uaseaworthy r weeels. Oa occasion of tne hmpsror's visiting Cronsts* It, on May 9, the Emperor reeeired a deputation of the to ha bitant*, who brought him. according to the Russian cus tom of welcoming a new comer, bread and salt. A fter a few eipreasions of good will, the Emperor exhor ted. them to? Pray to God for the peaoe of the eonl ef our Lord at Emperor Nicholas 1, now resting in God. He lored you V anal will <eeo too. Put up your prayere to hearea;' we will bold Cronitadt, and If God wiu there shall be peace your trade shall improve. Bpmlm* According to the Etpmna of tho 30th altimo, thoro wu every indication of tho Car lilt insurrection boing eoaoentratod in the Maeotraago, and tho Queen's autho rities wore oolloctinr forooa to on tor that province on different point*. A body of troope bad boon aont from Madrid in the direction of Hiendelaenoina, to pre serve order amongst the minora, attempt* having been made, it era* said, to ezcito them to insurrection. Tho Minister of War had received a despatch from General de Bedoy*. announcing that, after a oombet of two hours, he had jnst pot to flight the faotlon of Marco do Belto, and taken eighteen of Its men prisoners, and had captured soma horses and a quantity of arms and am munition: also tkat Gensral Thomas had subsoqueutly made twelve of the ssmo band prisoners. The general added that tbo insurgents wore struck with terror. Tbo governor of Saragoeea had informed tho govern ment that the faction of Caepe and Atcanii, 110 strong, had been routed by the Queen's troops, and that two of Its chiefs, one of them n priest named Buyaon, bad been ?hot. Most of the factions bands in different parts of the oonatry bad, it is stated, dispersed ; and in Arragon the revolted calvary soldiers were In full flight before Cen tral Gurrea. The Cortes, ou the SOth ultimo, adopted the fourteenth basis of the constitution. Two deputies, having got into an altercation, exchanged blows; and, in eonseqnenoe of this outrage, the public wire exclud ed, and the chamber held a secret sitting. [Madrid (May 30) Ooirsapoadence of London Times.] The accounts from the scene of the insurrection are. upon the whole, mere favorable this morning. Small parties of prisoners have been brought in to various plaee*. Tli6 brigadier second in command of the pro vince of Arragon communicated to the Minister of war, at 10 o'clock last night, that the feotious bands formed at Caspe, Aloanis, and Qaittlseras, had been met by the Bnerol commanding in the Maeetrasgo and completely a ten Two chiefs, Don Silveetre Buyran (a priest from Caspe) and Ignacio MaauniUos, were made prison ers and forthwith ?hot. The action was not very bloody, for only one man was killed. Arms, horses and other effects were taken. The a flair occurred on the 28th inst. According to the state ment of the chief, the bend consisted of 110 men and 8 horses. A despatch from Calataynd states that Maroo's party waa so completely dispersed that nowhere ooold more than four men be met with together. In the affair at Avanto, Brigadier Serrano reports that he had not a single casualty, so that the resistance of the Cailsti must have been email or none at all. To counterbalance the favorable Intelligence it muit be observed that from the very despatches received from the offieero In oom mand of oolumus it results that new bands spring np aa rapidly aa the old ones are defeated. General Gurrea, in a communication dated the 28th Inst., speaks of the "faction of Garcia de Berges, consisting of some 800 men, many of them without arms." We learn the ap pearance of other smaller parties. The points upon which all eye* are fixed with anxious expectation are Catatonia and Navarre. There are reportaTn town this morning of disturbances ia the former province, but up to noon there was no official intelligence on the snbjeat. Cp to yesterday evening Navarre asid Biscay were* tranquil. General Gurrea and the other offloers com manding columns in Arragcn display great activity. At the opening of the Cortes, to day, a vote ef thanks wu proposed to the troops end natiouals in Arragon operating against the Car lists. The Marquis of Tabuer Qiga oppoi nigs opposed it, upon the very reasonable grounds that those ferees had dona no more than their dutv, and that It was unwise to be prodigal of anoh distinctions, which gave rise to unreasonable pretensions. Nevertheless, the vote wea pat sod unanimously, the Marquis himself sacrificing his opinion in order not to spoil the harmony. It certainly is absurd to see the Legislative Assembly, the representatives of the nation, bestowing the highest honors in their power for a few paltry skirmishes. On the earns principle Brigadier Serrano is promoted to be Major-General, for an encounter with wretchedly armed Irregulars, in which he lost not a man. The movements ef the Duke and Duchess of Montpen sier are unoertain. The Duke has repeatedly offered to take up arms against the Car lists in defence of his sis ter-in law's throne, but the conflict is not yet sufficient ly serious to induce the government to aooept his offer. The Infanta's health being quite restored, it is possible that when she and bar husband leave Madrid it will be to return to Andalusia. They will not leave before the 10th of June. LATB8T. Paris, June 3,1865. A telegraphic message from Madrid, dated the 2d last., say*:? A despatch from General Gurrea, dated May 31, an nounces the total defeat of the Carllat bands in Lower Arragon. The government read to-day, in the Oorfces, the pro ject of tho forced loan. Sweden. A telegraphic despatch from Stockholm, dated lat Jose, announces the appointment of Baron do Mender* ?troem, formerly Secretary General of Foreign Allaire, to the pott of Ambaeeador to Vienna. U Rumors are current.of important negotiation* between the two Court#. Commercial Intelligence. I[ r^? . LONDON MONET HOUT. IjOslos, Jane 6?Evening.?'The oearee of exehnnge * at Mew York on London for bill# at 00 devs'eight is HOX per cent, and, the par of exchange between Eng land and America being 100 23 40 per oent, 'it follow* that the exchange ia nominally 0-07 per eent in favor of England, and, after making alio wan oee for charge* of t ran* port and difference of intereet, the pre eent rate leevta a email proflt on the importation of gold from the United Btatee. The English fundi have been let* firm to-day, the pub lic having ahown a diepoeltlon to realize. Consols for July opened at the cloalng quotation of laat evening? namely, 01 ?iito % ex. dividend, and a preponderance of ialee, althongb the tranaacUona were not very exten sive, ceuaed o decline to 91}f to X, which wee the laat official ptloe. At a later hoar operation* took place at a farther decline of an eighth. Omnium waa compara tively eteady, and wae laat quoted 4U to v premium. The leea iavorable tendency of the continental exohangea and the fact of come imnll amount* of gold having been already tranamitted to Pari* ware among tha cause# of the diminiahed confidence, and the market waa aleo In fluenced by revived rnmora that another French loan will ahortly he announced. Bank atock closed at 208 ^ to 210; Reauced. 91 ft to >4; Mew Three per Oente, 92% to X; Terminable Annuities (new loan), 16J*; India ateck, 286 to 237; India bonds. 22a. to 26s.; Exchequer bill*. 20s. to 18a, premium; aad Exchequer bond*, ltO>{. Foreign securities open with flrmneee, but there waa subsequently a alight reaction. In the foreign exchangee this .afternoon the rate for Parle waa lower than laat post Amsterdam aad Hamburg ware also similarly af fected, but In less degree. The last quotations of the Frenoh Three per ownta on the Paris Bourne this evening were 70f. 20o. for money end 71 f. 50c. for the end of the month, showingrecov ery of about an eighth from thetreection of y? sterday. At Vienna, notwithstanding the final cloalng of the Conferences, there has been a slight trade?icy to Im provement. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Patcbiut, June 2, Evening.?Market closed with ge neral end eteady buying, and prloea of an 'kinds at tne extreme range of yesterday. Sales eetiin# tad at 20,900 bales, Including 2,000 for export and 6,00fj on specule Jin* 4 ?Market again closed with an upssard ten dency, and, as compared with Friday'n rates, prices of an kiadi art a clear *d. dearer. Helen 36,000 bales, In cluding 2,000 for export and 10,000 em speculation. JrWB 6.?Market closed with mu tamencae bat qufta steady, price* unchanged: that ia to say, about Md. dearer sines Friday. Halts today 16,000, inolading 9,COO en speculation, 1,0C0 for export Total anMnof three days, 70,000 balee.'inaludlng 24,090 apeculnMon, 6,009 tor export i.ivnnrooL markets* Meter*. Richardson, Sprane k Co. supply the IWlowtag report:?There haa hew a lair bualneee dotra Mne# Fri day In fpaniah and Baltie wheats, at an advanoa of 2d. a M. p?r bushel. Of Aaaartoan these are hnt ahrat 6,090 bushels bete, held at 18g., without finding buyer*. Bar rel flour continued inactive; sgsod haetnees dene in Bpanlsh, at Id- per aaek advajua. Indira eer??tv? de mand Ught, hut with stock* in n narrow eosapeee, and td. nor fiunrter dearer for yellow aad mixed, and la a Is. fid, tor ehlte. Quo' *uoas are-White wheat, Ufc a 1S? 4-. ttd, 10*. 9d, n lie. 0<t Baltimore nal PhUa delphia floor nominal!j 42a a 4I?. Yellow oorn. Ha II a 62* ; mixed, 61* ; while, Ms a 64a. Beef and pork? A stood/ fading in both article, and the consumption greater than won anticipated. Bacon vary lio ami scares)? anything to ba bad under 5Cs.; soosa haldars ask 61s ? 62s. lard rather firmer, at lata quatataoos. Ia Man cheater a fair a aount of business doing, but the advene* demanded chicks buyers. Merer*. Big land, Atbya k Co. favor us with the follow ? log.?Wheat is in demand at 2d. a 3d. advaao* sinoaFri day. Flour?Bailer* in retail at an adveaoe of la. per *aok. Indian corn?A large business doing? yellow at 62a ; white, 64a ; mixed, 61s. Beef aad pork in fair ia* qulry. Bacon, with some speculative demand, had ad vanced Is. Tallow in retber bettor demand, at Ms. a (4s. Lard firm, with an upward teadaacy. Mayor's OSes. lMVaniQATIOM INTO TOT ULMD OFFICIAL MR* KtTTION OAIJK. The examination of the charge made against Mr. Bag os* of our Street Inspectors o( having defrauded Mm edgy treasury of various sums of money, took plao* yeslaw day before the Mayor. The affidavits on which the war rant was issued for the arrest of Mr. Ray, were mads kg a German, named Anthony Kuha, and five others, wis accused him of putting down a greater number of days ia the account books and receipts than lbs amount of days which they had actually wotted fur the eat pare ilea, aad of appropriating the balance as obtained far his nam personal uses. The folio wing are the sMda?lts City and County t\f Piew York, is.?Anthony Kuha, m sldiag at N*. 4 avenue C, being only sworn, deposes aad says that he Is a street sweeper, aad taut he has beam working as such, ia the employ sf the corporation of the city of Mew York; aad Cepoawat further says that h? was encaged la this employ by on# John Key, whs Is ? Street Inspector, and deponent further says, that, ac cord lag to his agreement, he bad to receive pi 16 far every osy's work, end that be received his pay every fortnight in the Corporation office, on the dock font m Blanton strset, by a man who this deponent believes tm be the Superintendent of the Street Department, aad ttat this payment was mad* in the pre** no* of the said Inspector. John Ray. and in accordance with an extract ftom the books of said Ray, and that ho (dsponsat) had to sign a receipt for the money, as received; anl do pa nsnt further says that the days *f work sot forth in sueh receipt, aeeoiiling to the boeka of said John lay, were atwayt more than the amount of days an which hw (deponent) had actually worked forth* cernoration. and uai tne amount* of dmmmj which were paid oa soak f ?eeipt by the end superintendent weve a bo re ttm amount rfae to him foe work; and deponent farther aare, sn?e he, (the said Aba hay,) had made arrangement* wiMr bias (deponent) to rooeivo the balance *o obtained, and that he (the said Raj) did receive eueh balance at eveer pay day from him (ceponect), and that the enmaee paid by bim to Ray were differing from Are chilling* to ft 76 and deponent further says. that char e* Munlhefea, of No. ittl Second afeoot; Adam Schwind, No. 234 (roar) Third street; Valentine Cortiea 119 WUlet street (rear): Jobe-Gorman, 210 Second street (rear), and Joseph ? feldt, 382 E<ghth street, were at the same time employed! by Ray on behalf of the corporation, under a similar to that of deponent, and for like ' wage*, and that were made to them at the same time oaoa a fortnight, and at the same plane and by the cacao per sons; that alike false aooonnt w*e made oat la the favaw of each one of thrm, and that they received a a proportional excess of pay orer ana above-their as this deponent received; that each one of Aenn ed such excess to John Ray in the same manner as de ponent did, which arrangement Rey made wlthdenenmk and etch of them, with the intention to defrend toe oitg treasury. ^ ANTON* KUHN, (hiemaito) Sworn to before me this 7to day ef Jane, 1866. Sinclair, Commissioner of Deeds. City and County ofXtvt York u.?Charles Mahlhofea, ? "**" t-Th. 2218ecotd street, Adam Schwind, 234 Third strset,' lenttne Coities, 119 WUlet street. John Gorman, 216 oond street, Joaeph Saalfeldt, 382 Eighth street, each dnly eworn. depose ana say that eachone ef severally, has heard the foregoing afRdant of Anthaay ao?M Kubn, and that the facts therein stated are true, i ing to the knowledge of each one of them. CHAS. MUHLHOFEN, (hie ADAM SCHWIND, (his mark.) valentine cobties, (his m JOHN GORMAN, (his mark.) JOSEPH 8AAl.Fkl.Dr. Sworn before sae this 7th day of June, 1866. Wn. Sinclair, Commissioner of Deeds. At the hoar appointed, half past one o'clock, Mr. Im ler being sworn to give a correct and true Interpretshsm^ Mr. Busteed proceeded to examine the first w.tneee, Anthony Kuhn, who said?I was first employed tgr Mr. Kay, about three or four months ago; I knew him for about two years, tut was not aoqaamted so as to ?peak to him; at present I have no occupation; I wan employed aa foreman of the street sweepers; Mr. Raj never d schaigsd me for drunkenness, or lacapaoiAT as toreman; 1 was not discharged at all; I loft besaoae he hsd bo more work for me; the streets have beam swept since 1 left Mr. Ray; by saying that I left beoaaan 1 had nq more work, 1 mean that I left after I made ne cdmplalut 'to his Honor, and because of it; I knew or these alleged improprieties from the beginning of my ena ble j meet; I did not make th* complaint before, beoaaan I waa afraid I might lose my work; I was net diaeharged because I gave out tickets while 1 was drunk; I do nek know i'atrick Mulligan, at least not toe name; 1 did nek have any eomtrwversey with Mr. Ray, previous to make ing my complaint, on enyentyeet; the complaint waa made after I left Mr. Ray; the agreement between Mr. Ray and myaelf was made at the corner of Seventh stewed and Avenue C, no one being pieeent: 1 paid Mr. Rsy the over money twioe a month; I recollect paying him aim different times; the money was paid at different plaoea. asm*times in the street,' and sometimes In a groaecy ?tore or drink shop; I paid on the west side of the a ve nae; I paid 63 in the street in city money, lm one bUl ; I don't know of what bank it waot 1 don't know wbere I paid the fourth time; I paid In three one dollar Mils; I recollect that they won ane dollar bUls, because I had no cbangs at the time, and was obliged to change a five dollar bill to give Mr. Ray the three dollars; my own reason told me irons too beginning that Mr. Ray was acting wrong; I did not make my returns In writing; I made them to Mr. Haj himself) I think Mr. Mott la the person who was ln? " habit oi paying; ! did not remonstrate with Mr. "a when the original agreement was made between as, I tokl him he should give the men more work; I woe an gry with Mr. Ray, before making the oompMint, for not giving the men more work, as they were all poor people; I did not tell any of the men that If Ray was out of too inspectorship they would have more work; I signed a written receipt every time I got money; 1 did not ki I was lying by doing so, because I cannot read or .15 I always counted the money every time I got It; the I time t waa. oesired to give the money to Mr. Raj by Mr. Ray himself, but afterwards I always paid him of my own accord; I never asked Mr. Ray to return nae the money; I cannot write any more than signing my own name in German, but I can make figures; I did not write in any book the amount paid to Mr. Ray; I never kept an account of the number of days I worked in figures. Examined by the Mayor?I paid Mr. Ray altogether about $12 or $16: I know of my own knowledge that Row received money mm others, for I saw persona give it, sad they themselves told ma of it; eoeae of thair neases ore, Valentine forties, Chna. Muhlbofen. Adam Sohwtal John Gorman, and Joseph Saalfeldt; there were aim Germans workirg for Mr. Ray; two Irishmen told am themselves they had pa d R*y i to* flrrt time, the tern Germans paid me, but since than 1 have refused to take it. ? Mr. Busteed?What la the moet yen ever paid Mr. Ray at a time t Wltaen lbs moet 1 ever paid him waa three dollar*, twiee; I sew toe men pay Rey; I oan't say whether it wwe ir er silver they gave Mm; I know it waameasgk ineo they afterwards told me it wee; I oeoe sew per onper beoans fsctly Mr. Ray return seme change, hut I eaumet sear whether It was paper or eUrer; this is toe only reaeea a have for sup posing that Mr. bay received money frewn others else. The examination was then concluded for tho day. Ik will be rcearned this afternoon, at the same hour. OAKTASR IMPOSITION. A public cert man, named Thorn aa Donohne, waa am Monday bnought to toe Mayor'? otice, be'ore Mr. Stavean, the first marshal, charged by a lady named Ellen Fogfc with having tried to Inspos* upon her by tbarging her more than wee due to him. Aooordlng to toe lady's aM davtt, aha employed bim to remove her furniture la erne load and for one dollar, but afterwards the cartasn de manded money for two loads, which she refused to pop; In ooasoquenco of whioh ho detained a portion of her property. Mr. Stevens heard both sides of toe elm very patiently, and severely reprimanded Doaohuo, in ?atelt he Hr parted, in no very good spirits, mattering agetoet torn hard decision, hut aa netthor ho nor th* oompaiaaat se tuined to too Mayer'* eloa, H k to be ocean mail " by the oartaaaa, and toe wiaeet course wee pursued by the oartaaan, and thaM. he took the miM advice of Mr. Htovsaa. CAR SiniMD. Tho mm of Char lee WtDs, charged with having ?*-" duced Anna Bowles, under promise of marriage, s*4 di?laeed yesterday afternoon by Justice osbeywe, torn complainant (ailing to bring forward any eorroeorau estimony. Praor w Kami am.?Thd Jcffarron (Mo.) fwy-Jt am of tho ?to instant has too foBowi** we ore> psaaaaR to Itorn that matieve have tiuoms <!*??? ?*^*~**? ?awry thing eeoma to to morlag along pesosaosy mnm. qmletly. As our western JFi2e SS/SS ?? M sfnee by s fisvr rwSk ZaTLrwiVtoeld <????* vlohmw toqaljt and pel ZtJZrZZrr* rvgrettheir eoodect. The fnaatton ^S'^ZSV tbe North, and tho fAnatloa and awl J(lv.thlT?ttottoeto 52To1rB>riP*t* end fit the goodprnMeef the Smth. " . Vem bought at from tour to ?vo shillings per kal^7 *? *rm .krt h The east oi tnaspmun ia twwj peg K?'

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