Tamfa, b'la., March 13 -The information concerning tlie arrest of W. W. Taylor, the defaulting treasurer of tiouth Dukot, in Moxico by a Pínkerton agent on last Sunday, comes )y way of Havana. No reason to doubt the accuracy of the news exists. Taylor, who went under his mothur's name (Masón), and a uompanion oalling himsolf lJhelps, we re fcraced to Port Tam pa. William A Piukerton hiniself was here last week conducting the search and stopped at the 'fampa Bay hotel, as though he were here for pleasure. He had an agent with him. He leurned that Taylor had sailed by the steamer for Havana a few days before. The agent went to Havana, and through the Cuban pólice disoovored tliat Taylor had sailed two days previously on the uteamship Orizaba for Vera Cruz. A Pinkerton agent in Vera Cruz was notified, and ho is reported to have missud Taylor at the steamer in Vera Cruz, to have followed him up, and to have arrested him in the City of Mexico on last Sunday.