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onging to Messrs. Wells. Fargo & Co., and $1,500 in sliver for Nicaragua, belonging to Peyton Middleton, Esq., late United States Special Inspector of Customs in Panama, and to his American partner in Nicaragua E. S. Lane, Esq. Being assured by the purser that the Ariel had no letter man, he did not overhaul the sacks, and in fact nothing in that line was disturbed. Wells Fargo & Co.'s sacks, the private sacks of the Panama Railroad Company, the South and Central American and Panama mails, and even the State Department sacks for the United States Consul at Aspin wall, containing his own correspondence and that for other course's, ministers, and naval officers were safely delivered to the proper authorities at Panama. The ship was however, bonded for $125,000, and the cargo and freight for $135,000 more, making a total of $260,000, the whole to be paid to the Confederate authorities within thirty days after the establishment of the independence of the Confederate States. Lie