New York, April 13. - General Julio Sanguilly, aceompanied by his son, arrived in the city Mcnday night from Florida, and went at once to the house of his brother-in-law, Edelberto Farres. In an interview he said: "When I started about ten days ago for a trip south it was in searr-h of warmer weather, as the damp atmosphere then prevailing in this city was very annoying to me, troubled as I am with rheumatism, and old wounds. It was not, as reported, to go to Cuba. Interviews with me as printed by some papers, did not take place as alleged."