Newspaper Page Text
m vtfiW rue.. U .. Tit TtUftctl ic At Utittn Deilf Mmil I An tmrorioM r.crfe h I era .ddtcncd
iVSZr.V.'n: ARRIVAL OF Till: STKAMSHir fcU- .""fr to. i f
' j - - . w m inic rwy p j (Hrru
are ro snr facts whirh 0 Kojrror ran
DM iff;rd iih ii)ii;ff.ftmf. and fiwii
k1i U rr.ttoiinctmiirKtx irlnw lhi
1'iumun (Wittrt. " 1! note roncludet
by diirirt)y intimating the rlcictmmatkw
TWO VTEKK8 LATER FltOM
IUutax Tflrgnjli Office.
Fndav Morning, 1 o'clock
j. I -1
I . . .
..fci 11- aW ;rril t tM" Wtw
nr.!. ) i iurfM04 I ' I M
i .i.,'f k1il v nklt km hem
i i m tl IHetcU llclrt, rMl l rali
v1i rl r tUB jw last I ret Wait
.). I MaifcKnt,fc,4 wilii Vjt ln
it 4 If") MW tlx In 1 ii f4
1ill if It H, tun, 4 It ill
, u-H WUm rW 4 iuo
en Jl . mi mMm that
. . ' merrntitf.
t , jt,iue, I .rr , . i f ihrm !, i t She bnng. 2 through f assciigin
i4!rtniiituiiff '. Thernotier market continue caer,
, win) I 'x)U t4 imi n ;u
kir vtir m mint r V in Ut
A )t tl mi biir.j etc ttli t'
, S .i.M l it H rrt
I t-ir. fll.iM irliujr t mtrr
THURSDAY, APIUL 2o,
.u, Tltc. AuJtnf arrircd Bt 12 o'clock f tLn Kirnw u ctnj.lot dtcimr nrt$
i I i t night, ttiJ lulled t half fail 2 tlilf 5f nwtwarj. in ruj-jwt tic Hanwh
tiit' pt)trinmtnt of 'ntu fid trtn
'nd the bullion i il.ll itTeKuingihUie ,iPw?"l,nCi T "mr
'"'. wtur n,illo Conwli ni VI? !. jj . i 1 . .mn "
it . Li f.r- flucttistrd for tl.p laiit irtcV from u....l.... i ... i
U4 u- i. , b to PG 9, rlOMng on tndar at t lr.ff SJl(t ntonMnicnt It the Kjnc'.i
jVU n lor UJOticpr arm accouni. jracr- pvninicm at
it ien tocj continue fitm and in good the nwt iirofc
lll'l ftXH'cll IC'jltld, ttitll
t Mut t u mhnjUili.but it rcititt, to rctrUd have
(and itiilirmliim. (lie fuuii-
i n ' 1
no nuolft- nyni, and urauations H conlain., and k-
Uotu. rrcia tne manufactutiu" tli- cwres h incatn it uigmtv to rvtuy tiicre-
iV.o,. ; lillln tn rttrl tO. Of tO COtltltlUC (lillluIlllC rfllltioll!. With
ftl'Wr tmdtntMjJ Ifcut nil clcgnl
thtw lory bulUing i te te ertctcd In
thr roore of the prtient iiimmcr, at
rlmrnt in BiMliinn lo the tirfwnt
, To nut Stflrm or nit llmu.' ... ftnfl .-.. (n,,ii011.t..
In ru- of thr wt-nl unrrDuncnt In our The h tol wmc 73 hy 3g fMt.
!-" rml n r"". wr to Mi.in ehitne and roomi above
HWtok.KttlcnKnt mitherrry rnn.T)C cn(.fc na;, wllcn coni,,letcd,
en our book who i indfbtt-d for more lods 100 person.
tnan one ycJtrit the llrraiii. t.'ur pt
tvn will Uar in niiud that for tho mv
yrar wc kave hail charge of the Herald,
thii i tlie Cnit tall of ihU character they
have revived fr,m w, and to this we
tnut all will heartily respond.
Wc lhall KiotMinit our juilrotn in the
the ncigldionng tonne and it is LhjhiI all
will ! in reailiue to meet our ni:all de-nvntK.
miteArt Mr.ri 1 atj i a-ftll Itf-f ll tfit 1 lift
t .f m, it... . O..I, A Mr AiH S1)C (0C of (,c Mflnchc(ttrr market .w umbnrS. The Win umb.-iflcr
'iw( "j l .rymnM iu( mrl rrmM . , . , ., lis m.i et . ISvilin ir. it if. Mid. to
' -,U,.trfr, ' W,"'"n ,",h," V l" "T M' - w l,Ca g I - with fo,! Fort Ll bar-
- f.rm(i,. rrifiit rotiiitme men. nnn .!.
. -'i5 - o , uiii' vi uie caic.
Aracncan thipping i scarce. Ioaa, rvri ivti
m-i-ht to New York 17 CJ.; fine goods hMia.M.
GENKKAL TAYLOR AN I) THE
It ncoms to us that the whig party arc
The next iunrter of the above Institu
tion will commence Thursday, May 2d.
ROSTON HtESr.NTS MANT AtTlUC
tions nt the present time, but none grcnt-
i at lrat to the business community
than Jexrttt St Prrseott't assortment of
Sim win, Silkit, Mantilln, lc, nt No. 2
Milk Street, Hoston. "Excelsior" is
the motto of this establishment, nud it i
Tnc lniNTi:u8 U.mok, and several
other newly organized Societies in New
lo . '20s.
, The Kngliih coast vji v'mitcd by a
eerc hurricane on the 0U:h March,
cumnp much destruction of property
and a frightful bM of life. Among
' other vcMels lost wm the "John R.
f kiddy,' which wa driven ashore on
the coast of Wexford, where ?hc was
a total wreck
er, rarltanipnt has done little mure then
voir for pupplics. and trnnwict other buM
ncsi of n local and nnintere.ting eharac
tfr. During the Kasterreccw, Ixird.lotm
Rii?ell pawd mine lime nt Manchi',ter.
In aililition to the iiUilition of the 1ird
Idcutenanry of Ireland, it is stated that
Government have it in contemplation to
("at.t. Shirdcv and crc.v alxdish the Irish Court!' of Lw, and trans-
Tho Howatd," from New f(,r whole machinery for governing Ire-
Orleans, wa also wrecked at the en-
' iu I ' l1i in itn.h. itirul4 nik tuclj
V'1. nUl tKh f4HM corrff III )ttu
t It. U.l, ( U' ! pl(lr fof ) U ttid
hi Vrtli, knt m Ui nj fif n.l tfu i u u. t
hifbxr iiir) m on r'mn( tii.t trnl in
f ) , cfl krfi i ; wiI'.tL.t if Ju ti.lt
H n:ftrfi1 )UUI iiwn tlllw, J OU UnlllJ
fA hl 1 it , W r-iti ii-t ot rt
ih It.ui Van fniilfl jiuuf itulli, that
liOl 1 I i )t iJ wi, xilh tiCjk in
M-t ft t'U '
Mil. liff jrrsl in rooil -
)l jwJjt tlKil to iikncf J.t., Uul ill Tain
Will, an rir ilntrt- jntiifr t plKJrf, V
fr.tf luM n.dftiMh ffvt Irrtti, lut I lif.ld
jiii Ut. Tin HKtiiinf in an r it dour, I ' J
iktth .icatwd pil 1'ti miudt ul !lic
notucBn dti n d me into jaur fiort
Y tfilui lrd kin ur, jim ttiUVil and J'r-t-ul4
um , )ou rul) off mj tin Hut ll.f
,')l it binirii, ti.ui !uf i. tn .
hr IiulJ, it lain turn, ii1 .11 Itir
.... ..J ...I ... !.....
..i.otrecu fim my rii-rn. HnJ and every HOltl on board, numbering nlltiiinn to nolillcM.
!'"' UKr'7.r;,u"awdV .ui" -00. was drowned. The coast 'w eve-1 Aprienltural ojienitiuns, Wh in Eng-
r' "nrrVViVo'c'""'''P'-n portioni of ves- hnd and Ireland, r.to lreing cnrrieil on thw
vj unacrcHiaf nrar tup bat, tU till no nrg. scls that have fallen a prey to the elc- year on a most extensive scale.
Iirj AI.ioj tl, Up rrlnl to lufir lrrrif J 1 menf. " i" VII VPP
i.u tl.ruicl if ll.c I mil S)jf r.trd 1 ..l.J.
Mitinr.ibthiiiblc in of ui TtnCranf Advices to the last of Nov. have Tlie bill rchitUc to the press, is meeting
wrL' r'Tuo "t." reccivea fr0mHobart Town, Van will, the mot dctomitJ op,KM,io by
Sjuurfi nc j.ni.nfj injiilirr m an at-1 t'leinnn s i.nuu, announcing tne am- wio iirov ineiai aim muiropoinan euiiors,
Hi'kt iui.iiotU.l- hum, it lut- il.c ititun.ii d val there of Smith O'Rricn. and his which they consider more objectionable
n-isocintes in the Irish Rebellion of '!.. a m:i1 Mamn. The 'Napoleon,' the
The felons wcro granted ticket of 'Tr orPl" of i'10 Vrc3i,(,k',"1 f Mock '!,e
leave, on condition of their engaging vh"h. l,rcwf- 1 ,x,,utedly lunts at the
.1... .1 -:.i:i ,i i.i ...i i. ..Si . propriety of gtiggmg till jmhtieul writeic
4ii tuiuvjutiau ui a rH.iuini. rix in tuc
ucmocrauc incuibcrs ulectoa at ihc late c-
. . i. i
itry grcnuy ni ia.ni in no. giving a umrC yorki ,mvo re(ohed mt ,,fiy wil, no,
t mcicnt and united support to the views holJ itir mecilg5 in n building in wllicll
tr-ncc of the Mersey. The etcamcr Knil TTl " . ,ul" FT',
i i i - i. c . ta it:.. i r l.. .. "ew t :1111011c j r inate 01 irciami, J'r.
Adela.de, from Dublin to Lon- on, w Cull lM M his firrt ;,lioh
lo. near the mouth of the llmmu, 'WIian,,e, fr0ln v,, am, frtH! fr0U1 u
Jjiw. prni; into tl.p umiat of tl.p 111 and uxd
if tit audi jjixxj ulpb, lint tic lifctaied
ll.i i lp cikiIJ imr .ruii(lit hit Mctnm awajr
uithliiinlu coiiUliair tunplipd tlip city in.i
fi Jr if k. I11 llir initial ul' Ina lrmtiili,
li ftl BOiMltiitifP plulrli inui bt tlie hur ullli
0 rutrgf whuh tiiieatpiifd 10 dppntc hi. a means to effect their escape
- d of iuiutur.1 co.rrinj, and. voice which 1 .-,, (1'Rri lei i leeer.ted the boon 1 . 1 1 .11. '. 1
.ibniirdui li.rar,.itii ii.mful m.imctnri., "re.!'1 V "r,e" acccpicn tne ooon. Ktion, have been rejected. Emile de
. ni.!iu!i Arr.b.aiiat die ioiru .rr jc . , He has been sent under survcilance to Girardin has been rejected as a candidate
1-.ut. ij1n uir in ih t't, .nuthia nap Mana Inland. for Fans, at a preparatory Socialist meet
7.:Z rrZZZ Another mail has arrived from In- ing. Eugene Sue' name is mentioned
n ine taopnntii.il. ami t a mure ulace ilia. bringing dates from Bombay to 2d with some chanco of success, should ho
u .Ippj. iw, .d jour h.rdlr uai of Jarc, an,l from Calcutta to 20th Feb. consent to come forward.
u r , but oumr, .MkeiHit mtM, and tell uie 11 . , . .
.vrdrr4,r.r ifrr. .re, u mt worili ' mere are eviucnces 01 growing un
ni io SKiicr wiui jrrt.snd I li juat run easiness on the part of the people, and I
r e.?"T' A'.1" l,"0'",...?n.'!' several tathcr serious demonstrations1
1 ivwi iniuirrv vi..i ...... . ... , I . ...
ne an uul monncu, aim in wvu uinuv .iauui. jjniisii iuit. peilUOll lor a repeal 01 ttlC i
ibi. .ih the ....uuce of As an inevitable consequence, more in thcDiatrict of Columbia,!
"nd meUnTehoir"f . valuable territory has been annexed to its reference to a select comi
. a ilp li rem, llial
lil fuw waa abla
la new .cijuamtane
mvuwJ raltipr ilutt Bud
niueaiur tin eimi, .ih), indeed, kuk of . Uie East India Company's possessions
Wasuinoto.v, April 19.
In Senate, Mr. Hale presented a
tne slave laws
, and moved
select committee, up
on which ho Cftllffl fnr llm vi.no nnil
iw hnwerw.t.pn.ia.nud itii tiiin, ti Trade at Bombay was far from salis-'navs. After somo debate Mr Atchin
Ihal lie ne.ri reeu.i red from lua fir.l eippn- f T, . uajo. miy uuiu utuaiL, .nr. lituin-
inebi at iirdiaiMihi- llut be that .a it iua, i lactory. Jvxporl produce wa scarce eon moved to lav on the table the uues-
n i.eeruin tii.t he neier iVr nbibited the , and money market was stringent. At tion of reccntion and reference which
.iaj.. He .nil, huuerer. contmutd in er couragmg aspect. The committee on Mr. Foote's rcso-
trfft:; Vil?fc;mitS:f I 1 1SP i-jncre- lution of all U,0 Slavery subject was
r.ihee.tu ctenu, Ui.nevcr Hui;wi..iher it cd excitement and greater bitteriiesj chosen by ballot, Mr. Clav being first
''"! to ihe crci deatroction of the ch between conflicting parties, the only elected chairman, and the remainder
-nii,.trt..iii..imorrt.n u, io tlii'ii ; '"mj; macd evcnl, 0f tlxc fortnight have on n in"lc ballot thus- Messrs Bell
Si..wn more r iioninff.rrrum it ib, llial poor', r , , r " ' , "' " -"'o11- u'"'ui ucssrs 0en,
jnr.orieiireiiirned i(.iii.i.nf,iVrUtf been Tint, the rotolt of one of tho of Tennessee, Berrien, of Georgia,
.!, ..n?ii,e,,li,oUt...nieulitopurche'rcguncnt8) has Bright, of Indiana, Cass, or Michi-
. . 1-. 1 t..A 1.... T 1 tr.itl. I 11 not 1 til fir licmnnttrMinTi, in n cnmll r vr "V. i. Tk i t
uiiiri i iw-nriMc vt t - i 'i ... wMis.il viisijii, ui iivw lUrh, JOWIIE. OI IjVU
-r -.",-cV,M U "c 'fnji Kn.g of Alabama, Mangum,
.... w.theui a.i. hr'.wiu noi pt iuor. , Pa"c thtougli the street. of North Carolina, Mason, of Virgin-
sw, on un,. .i ,.,;, .itp, h.r.ng ' J crhapsthc most significant event ia, Phelps, of Vermont, Webster, of
lut'W''J p" "hu,, d,' h idf. i the legislative Assembly was a prop- Masachusctt
Plared.m tliehrarifariretl witnpaaea, lUt ... i r it l 't ,. ' . '1'B -,-1'u5-'
he wold .land it no longer,' and fervently i osition by de i.arochc Jafjuclinc, a Mr. Benton moved instructions to
ennni'mine ibe ii.de f'tiiulatK.n of ihcac di. friend of the President, to the effect rMnlH. mmhi. ..,.,i i- ...i.:i.
1 . v. . . v. uv JllllllV IV)V1.0 Vkl... 1111111
FJ&igWoZFJX oi. the first Sunday in June, the
"Mvn ouuuiu uu i.aitvi uj-'uii w pru
tlOlinCC definitely on the form of gov
ernment which it should choose to se
lect that every elector should be cal
led upon to inscribe upon his bulletin,
.Monarchy or Jtepubhc that if a Jlc-
rtd Utlier In. Miin fr and left, for part,
unlnnwn, Orrtt din.tMia ended anion j Un
llUftr. rmprplinf Ihe true im.niuf o the
ptrtma; notJ. nfilirir old friend tMtme r
iwd thallbe llary ' In whom he alluded wna
nontherthvo ' lllack l)t id ' h.i hauled the
WiMih'teoa tnsnjr lean ai'n, and by aninv wt.
hecwdly .o.ftpd rf luiLinj il.ju'l the ticifli.
were ruled out.
The California hill was taken up and
discussed. Mr. Clay said ho should
move an amendment, adding the terri
torial, and perhaps the Texas bounda
ry qucstious. Mr. Benton said he
should prove that to be illegal and un-
ii . - . . . . .i r- -
rlllilic Khmi m tfrt ii lit. ...n ;.... i; . . . r. i it..
,.. ., ,. ., ,u . , iu iiKi uiut, iv iiiiniumeitiarv. lessra j ay nnu icn-
yj2VZZ:i:r: V rin the Chamber; ton said they were respectively pre-
..i.l. r. -p .i - i liV lllf I'n.cwlnMl C tl. llnn..l.i:. . 1 I .1. . . . L'li
pareu 10 meet me issue, ami tne uiu
w as made the order for Monday fort
night. Mr. Hale renewed his motion to re-
proposal was received in solemn silence fer certain anti-slavery petitions. Mr.
by the majority, and by derisive sneers Atchison moved that the motion be
'from the Montague ; but at length tho hid on the table, which was carried,
proposal a negatived it having fal- and the Senate adjourned to Monday,
en to the ground in consequence or not The House of Representatives, after
being recorded, and the previous qucs- discussing the private calendar in
tion was immediately voted unanimous- Committee of the Whole, rose and re
ly. The members of the mountain re- ported progress. In Committee of
ccivcd the announcement with x cry of the Whole on the state of the Union,
ive la Republiquc.' Mr. Cleveland, of Connecticut, made
It is said that the President of tho his hour's speech, advocating the ad
Republic is so deeply in debt, that rawsion of California, and rebuking
uutinerrn.r4a)Harir.miJt)ierfi- nothing hut the t-owcsiion of tho im- Southern threats. Mr. Morchcad, of
17S'iiwi?.:::l !J?rrr.,.,f: "ff.1 twrial crown can extricate him. and Kentucky, took the floor, when the I
" mum wi.ur i up 1'ICPII . . . , , 1 , , ,.
ijofair eeiedori, 'that fie u xt present engaged in nco- committee rose and the House adjourn
tiations with Russia, for the purpose t'd.
of i-osscseiiig himself of that, to him,
now nvcevsary protection. Romantic Elopimot. An
Mtince.e thir nieaenl of former of the uid IHC 1 resident ot the Renub he ! and
rjUekijMtd- if the Monarchy obtain the majority,
. .TrTuh-IK:! proclaimed by the President
loRiance, and aa our hero hi. netr been of tllO As5eUjbl'. This reinnrl-.iblo
ti woe me mnny mnrmng a'r.' tiienlionpil
.hall uy no more sbcut him until vre heir
Iron h'tn ;iin.
Kritt a. Header, Uforr you e.t Una p
jt Hide and pronouree it I humbug, and il
tnlhor a felt, a aud unpnncipled uiiiiuf.e.
lurrr cfimpoMible aUuidilir., pr.y pauM one
BMoent and rttVcl Mhrther. in the whole
pwraeof iW'leptndjoti rreolletl a amp mi.
I" ie, uoiup idp tltrn compare it
.Ui5m rrhe wwaU te ;rr at rileri of l.'ie
Sfe, Utoi I lua your dpeuion,
I t? I 4ul .'.weocrid that t!ir pir!i
npfil wai nnorlkr eiirer of an ancitnl eepj l
Dilwonh'f Anllrtnet'ie, and the iiuhpih.u.
!ifiPtp( mwritipkt tUteupoo, are algebraic
ruaimia, in worn el mme uiiiu.lriouf math
. L.V I.
of the National Administration. They
srem to think that they did their whole
duty to Gen. Tnjlor by ileiting him
President by fastening upon 'Jiim liigh
responsibilities, and leaving him to bear
the weight alone. They ought to learn
the effect of such thiugi from their op
ponents. The democrats have sustained
all their administrations w ith energy and
zeal ; they have invnrinbly comforted
their opinions to those of their President,
and even permitted Mr. Polk lo ride ov
er Ihcm rough-shod with Texas on his
back, in the face of nil their resolves and
protestations against the extension of the
nrcn of Slavery. Rut the whigs full ns
far short of their duty as the democrats
went beyond it. Tho President who
c.imo in with such a popular impulse
nnd whose every act has been so wise
1 nnd just as to draw n reluctant tribuncf
rcspoct from his enemies, nnd to disarm
the personal opposition so bitter towards
some of his predecessors, has had scarce
one hearty response from the party which
elected hint. Even his great plan for
the admission of Californiii-and the pac
ification of the country, so infinitely above
any other in its promise of practical re
sults, appears to meet with the roost op
position from those who ought to be ut
this moment exerting all their energies
in carrying it through. The hard work
ing and patriotic Cabinet, too, which Gen.
Taylor has drawn around him a Cnbi
nct inferior to none that has proceeded it
in point of ability, and certainly as unob
jectionable as any in the character of its
acts appears to bo looked upon with
coolness and distrust by the leaders of
the whig party in and oul of Congress,
and to be threatened with disruption from
without when nil is peace and concord
within. Now what man with half an
eye can fail to sec the inevitable result
of these things? Tho whig party is
throwing nway its power without the
slightest necessity for it, and will die a
violent death as surely ns it does not a
mend its course. Were tho nets of the
President really objectionable in them- I
selves, the case would bo different. But
no such pretence is set up. It U conced
ed everywhere that the President has
done all that his most sanguine friends
predicted. He has firmly guided the
helm of the State when beset by more
difficulties and dangers than ever before
surrounded it. Not a word of complaint
has been uttered to our knowledge, that
he has not been true to his country, true
to the highest sense of duly, true to ihe
parly that elected him
liquor is sold.
CiiOKi:l Cattlk. A farmer
Massachusetts, adopts tho following pro
cess of relieving a cow or an ox when
choked: "Give a pint of itrong soup
tuds. This may be done by putting it
in a junk bottle." He has saved a val
uable cow by it when badly choked with
For Ik Utrold.
Eiclitrivv ririvilcflwi are injurious to the
people at 1 argt hat a tendency to build t
up aristocracy detritKntal to the public
good and inconststanl with the letter and
the spirit of our free and liberal inrtitu-
In the vrioit vocation of life tho true
maxim, and indeed, the tast policy is to
to nght to act fntrlv. justly, iniiourtiallv,
and honorably to our fellow men. Every
man is endowed with a sympathetic feed
ing a cwiisvmiusiipm of its iH'ing Inst amy
to do unto other as ho would have others
lo unto him. When for any nurtioso or
objivt ; whother'it le private feeling or
at tho beck of mmiio influential coqionv
lion, party or wl ; or through overwrought
prejudice, we stray away from this Golden
It nli) and ancient landmarks, wo ought to
rcincuiWr (lint we are rei.nsibh to our
cieator for the willful abandonment of
them, and that the eyes of our follow mor
tals are watching our every action ; par
ticularly should those, who act the reverse
of what they have always professed to lie,
consider that more than one can ride a hob-bie.
The time was, (and the day has not vet I
gone by) when a Jew men would tuni
their battcrie tigninrd rrny one who would
dtm not follow iiitiiitiisircly in their foot-
.l...w Tl.., . 1',..
inirn ' f'ru Aim A.ii..i ' ' mul iluil.lr.ul CoNM-KlON OF A MrnDtMt-
millions are ready for tho dirty wink the Two gentlemen, 1.. P. Hotvo and 3il
tongue ol hl.-inder I
nocent victim must
eopt he has nerves
uar in gold. man tn that rcL'ioit who ai mit. iv.. (
A Washington letter snys that the
Committee on the Post Office nnd Post
Roads of the House, hnvc taken a vote
in Committee, on a cheap postage plnn,
and have ngrecd upon one point, to wit,
to report in favor of a uniform rate of five
cents for nil diMmiccs on letters not ex
ceeding half nn ounce in weight.
OPENING OF NAVIGATION ON
The first steamer (Little Western)
reached this port on Saturday nfieruoou,
The United State, Capt. P. T. Davis,
arrived early on Monday morning, loth
The Hurllnqlon, Capt. Wm. Ander
son, arrived on Tuesday morning, lGth.
These steamers arc commanded by the
snme gcntlcmenly officers ns last year,
save the Clerks. We are sorry to loose
such men as Baxter and Mayo. But
' the powers that be ' must rule steam
boats on Lnko Champhiin.
The United Stales and Burlington
will leave here, for tho present, on the
arrival of the Curs at noon Whitehall
The following extraet of a private letter
from a gentleman in California to his
father in this State, has been kindly fur
nished us for publication, and wo niot
cheerfully lay it before our readers.
Ocu IIocsk, Upper C.u.iFor.M.t, )
December SI, 134!).)
Di:ar pATiina : I hope you are more
fortunate in receiving letters front me than
I have been in recei ing thou sent me
from homo. You can hardly imagine the
pain it gives mo to wmd to send to the
Post Office for letters and find none, al
though I know many have been written niu.
Nothing can more delight inn than a letter
or even one scrap of news from that far
ir-otT happy home. The disappointment
arrising from failures of this kind is the
only source of uneasiness I have.
I am delighted with the country. Its
climate is perfection. It is now tho last
day of tho year and the morning will com
jiaro with Septem ber's brightest oiT-pring.
cumsl at Bellow Falls rm t
morning, which destroyed a Wp.
shop, occupied by Mansfield
i . v. ' ' r i on .a
cupicdtiv m. Stone, (no mcl
Hall, (inMrtdi : a door. ah 1
manufactory, al lit to 1 otTUfe(T
r NorcroM, together with ri.Jdj
insurance) ; and a saw mill, m4j
the Bellows Falls Canal Co. TkT?
ings wcro mostly old, but in pvd jl
and all belonged to tho Canal ( ?j
whole losa is varioudy estinixteJ ,i til
000 to 1 6,000. ,H
Mr Editor:- M I
Jlie luiitor of ihe lU
ilng gives cr.1it to the Hw-
Sentinel for the following Kf.ipal
I fancy I read an epigram that ,
" fntiiiK' rinnili1nnc " In . 1
J wv " IKTICTtaiV
editor ol the sentinel law the lint
When Jiieacli andeolUrr nn4k
lly our prrelnui ''liiliw itM,
(lur cniifi.lenee npll lnj 1,, ,,,n '
In ppiptrl torrtaii.iiK nr lr-lMNl
mr iiiuuiriv wins uie , , i - m hj
is set in motion the in- HubbanL write to the Ilirfsjl
t fall or Mitrender. ex-, Times from North White Creel, Vj
res of iron braced with ington County, N. Y., that there if
it'. .1. rf ..I .. . . &
"I v . .iiiii. i i.i uwion, jn.n- is me inuruerer oi me old gorJxa
or, trte-t aud eu.ohimeid, who often use White, who was rccctitlv inurdereJ
the influence of their office and Ilie.r own UfcU fount V, Ct. 'i lo is al.j
pci-M.nal influence winch we eonferred on M 11!V, considerable monn
tlieui to rnii tlie very men who brought ; i i i. . , '
their names from i.U.ri.y ; wlmn 'im'ftnd (J'"lks 100 ,mlc1'- M
reminded of the fact, recline on their dig- Jhnt two oUicr men were cnga-ej t
uity nnd tell us I feel under no obliga- him, buthc committed the net. Arc
tion to you ; im a member of cur pnrty of his money is in gold which Com
you wofe Imund lo Mistain me. ponds with the money on Whitt'i e
In connection with tho hIkivo remarks, con at the time of his death. iUis
it may be known that both Ihe business, intoxicated when he admitted tho it;
and thu lKipulation of this town is mnidlv . dor. but rnnentcd thr st.lletnint
increasing .and yet, we havo men vise KSlua Mhen sober. A wamu b
, wo.. ,.u ma uare loaci, or carry out been issued for nitn there, and u
their oten Jrehnys anil inclinations r,,.r i3 ;. .,,.P.,,:t
who teem to be op,H,l to having more 13 1,1 Pu'
than one place of public entertainment fun M
tlie aeeomniodatton of the hungry and wea- Sllt JOII.V l IIAXUI.IN. Tin Jin
ry traveller. Sonic of theto men have ' trcal Pilot, Saturday last, sui f.v
ll.l.ll 1II.IU Hl.f ill! i.trl IfAffI. l.n ll... . it . P 1 . I .
v,. ..,.,.,M.. .(li4irii..r7 ni niu injiiiHT. I iiiirn i un iiiiiriiiniinn ciintnTi.r i,,t s
11... .1 1 . .1 .... - .7 I ' '
mil tuaiiKs in tne majority in our late eon-' ofntmmmt
Vtltllf l.ltl-ll I 'aallflllltllltl tl... ..,.,.l,ln ...lit ... . . . .
.,rnv,,llwn atcU ,n th0 aiTival nt s I'.iul,3ia
have a direct voice in certain matters r .i
when, all traitors and hypocrites had !;c80,.a: 01f,a,, f;
. i llm Klnn l'lnvcr. IJnril. l'nl po nf.
ter stand from under. JUSTICE.
Rutland, April 23, lSuO.
i tne snip j'lovcr. Lapt, I'ullcti, ota
1 Plover, from whom reporti were sulk
j have come, haswinterod at tort Slav
TiiLKGiiAPii to nn: l'.riric,-ll
O'Reilly is now on his way Vc.t,fitt
purpo'c of immediately coiiimencir;i
section of the .Mississippi and l,.ici:i,.-
cgrnph. Preparatious have lucn mti
to run up the lino at once as far at k-
OF THE ATLAS.
Washington, Tuesday evening,
April lOlh, 1850.
The ntiempls to elect a Clerk have oc
cupied the whole lime of the House to
day, to the exclusion of nil other thing-.
inc. nousc, in iuci, can no nothing, and Leavenworth, on the western hordm
in nil probability will attempt lo do nnlh- Mississippi. This will connect tlie h
ing until tins question is decided. How with the farthest bounds of ciwhaa
it ever is to be derided it is difficult to West. Ar. J". Mirror.
imagine. There has been a general 1 . .
scattering of forces, neither the Whigs Till: Piiospkcth roit Pkaciii-.s.-?
nor (he Democrats have shone any union understand lh.it ns then, lias bins
or organization, i be prominent eandi-. !... ..m:.,...i..... .
... i u i.iiiiit.i aiitiiwix.i!ii v vwi.iii iu iJiur; w
date on the Loco l'oco side has been Rj
1.1.. . 1 .1.... .1 .
, , ,. 1IC.U II UIUIVMIII llj BHIHII, nun iiicpn
''rmeily a United States Sen- cct t)r firlc ,wncllcl lhe w
Liik is Nr.w Yoi.k. Hy rttw
cause for a want of energy nnd enthusi
asm in his support, that may be found in
the selfish ambition of those who ought,
P f nr.. ... . i ..
nm lc(i cn com. i, vcrv good, unless some unfort.ina
m,u,c i"n" V"w; e im . cident happen to them hercafur fta
(lOllliniMl till. iMPiroul nnrnlwip .nl ' . . .' ' ..... .
. ..., , ,,.., K. cnannroauiu wcnliier. 11 Umirxjton
en to any candidate. Next to him, M,juur,ni, J
i ne nisi uauot, iiir. walker, a Whig, from
Tennessee, and rending clerk tinder Mr.
Cnintibell. obtained the' I
At previous ballots he had been dislanc- maJu U) 1,10 (:l,i,:f of i,"'icr'1"
ed by Mr. Pringlc.an influential nnd ex- fol,"l, ,hat ovcr ,8'000 I'1'"11' in -v'
ccdlent Whig from the State of N. York;1 Y,)rk l,vc 1,1 ""derground bw9
about a dozen other Whigs at the lir-t , averaging about live pcrsot.3 ton Ik.
ballots voted for Mr. St. C. Clark. The 1 ,n,;",
rest of the Locos, inclusive of Free Soil- j , "
ers, voted for Wnlbridge, Albert Smiih,' Youth is n glorious invention- 'L'J
Forney and Glossbrenner. The Inst was t'10 K'1"! chase the hours, ami )ou cla
the candidate of the South Carolina men, 'ho girls, the months seem toilaticw?
and received the vote of Mr. Wilmot ! I "with down upon thcii feet." Wh t
A gentleman who hud kent the nin nf P't.v the summer is so shoit.' Utt
thn liallnliniyd li'ia liiinili.il il... ..tl vim ltnmv ir Inoops luinnrtin .h irvin.
Tt. t now fien op uit iroi.litf kltiiin tin win. : .. ... , . . ' i .1
- - "" "'i; nfc'gregaies 01 cacn, classing Kreo "" granumouiers.
ter or rainy seawin comiucnecil. Aliout ' Soilers iviih the company they kept : 1st I
every other week it rains as if (hn uin. ! bnllol, Wlii"S 1. Locos 01: 2d bailor. I Annexation nr tiik S'lvuwinl I
There is no Jow; of ,jcavci wcr(j wl(,c then j ''l-9 91' 'c?s. V i.3'1 ha"ot, Whigs lANi.H.-The Polynesian, the official J
t iho wm- ""'"" ""si'ij, J.ocos yii -ni uauot, I annexation
oncn then 1 Yh'' 0 1 ' Locos 9 1 ' 3,1 ballot, Whigs iani.h. Thu Pol
' ' hocos 95; -Ith ballot, Whigs 87, Lo- naloftho Hawaiia'
by a K.ftl(.0Sfj;j; 5th ballot, Whigs 88, Ixicos 91. 'weekly at Hono
. .. ... "i --wvu.. ..u , .in u. .iiui. iiii'h n.. 1.11- mil in mi- i iii iiii:in i :ivitriniii,rii . uluiv
comes t ha hot sunshine cooled liv n Miftl r.i. n . n.i . n. ' . i. i i ..... .. ' . .....
nsm in his snniiort that mav be found in , , , ,, i , , . " . i oanoi, unigs OB, iocos Ml. ' wceKiy at Jionoiulii, hiscu.k m w
asm m lis support, that m.iy uc loun.i in brecM nn ,ho fre,1BN, and, Thus analyzed, these votes appear to length the propriety of the aniu-xifa
but who will not merge their private and ' Ato Wo r .0 con,furtai
l 1 . i..lV. . 1
personal cutis in nn uuiieti enon to pro
lieauty of summer on every tree and hill- Jnakc ''lu chances of the Whigs succeed- the Sandwich Inlands to thu I 'nihil ?W
.1 I 1. a
moie tne genera, goo... aooui ume U)e fjf k. Q() nnrrow .jown 1 n K.".ple of
that those, who feel an interest in keeping , lnUcs ma San rrall,iN?0. We laid in n't" Walker and Young, with the chances lands.
up uiu "cnecKS anu uaianccs wnicn u.e i n.entiful .., of .im,.;,ions a. ,i1(,
whig party haa exerted ujkii. the country I menc,.ment (.iie rainv aM)n for ,
iy. Our log house is in a de
ably and hai-lin," "ol t0 ("i,voraule ns could lie wished. I As a matter of right, it tlwiU
1 j Without feeling able to anticipate the 1 Hawaiian people might as well uV ff
icep raunu at I final result, it appears not improbable ! nuxing California and Oregon, tint Anw-
aiuiexitig thu llawwisn
. .. i i i . i
cvcnwi.cn in a minority, snouiu see 10 , ,.-., MV;n ,or Pork 810f,
' i a 1 i
it that the anchor is
not lost. Boston
Wc have a good anecdote tolay. A
gentleman ho has been driving l or-
for twenty years or more, frwn the
Weat to our Eastern market, came in.
to town vith a drorc of fine horwi a
rtt 4 wluch was lott on the sinkin
Tlie New York Legislature adjourned
on Thursday morning, at two o'clock.
It was in session one hundred days, and
passed 220 Acts.
The Government arc t crscvcrinzlv lonement of u verv extraordinary ch.-ir.
employed in introducing their measures! ncicr, with a view tomatrimoni.il pro
of coerciou in which the majority of feedings took place in this cily on Mon-
tr.o assembly support them. Ihc Pa- uay iiigiiMasi. 1 he panics were a boy.
Feb. 2, lu0.
Wc arc now squatted on a lieautiful
bottom of tho Stanislaus river nnd have
I commenced farming. Tho land and Idea
tion is every way desirable, ami no bu'i
ncs.s promises so well. The price of jo-
l.'ific fur llm t.ib.1 1'Ap tuz ,ftl liiiiin Iiica
Jrxxr Lixd has refused great offers i san . , , . . .,, ' rifl(.
IA ittr n f l'tt'.cl...lt M,. I
w 4.., KiruUIII, UIIU lilt
, nt -nMMi.i..i
in favor of the former, if. as is renorled. I
some four or five Southern Locoi intend
CUSnillliTlriV mil Pimp Wit!!'
to vein for him. i Kaxii.v. It in Mated that the nnl
I he Deficiency bill finally nassed tho lamiiv dmr 1..,.. ,. ilt inifrti
Senate today, without any more amond-j family, has incited their old fiiuid.ml'
mnts of moment. There was consider-1 ton to raise for them a hand"mu de!
as a testiinoiiial of continued fnen'bn'p""
Tho widow of thu late Dr. J'arkmsn?
the lift with SfiOO, which has alrcwl?
wl above 320,000.
Mr.. Wkusteu. Tho Waliin?
a, VII aAJS3iIkkiIIl'l . . - ..11'.. I t
rfiU,f,.,.v v i.- i , " ' na corrcepoiment ot the ljndon btan- "e(u anu a "oman
mniiiuir .'tn J.IItlUIHl. IBS! 1 p . . . . ... .r. Jrl 111 In.. ll... P..... II.
! .ii mil. n ..ru,oi a late uatc, says that Uov- """":"'-
son assigned is, the treatment of Hungary.
uvuj. ne urorc nu animus to a
lirerjr stable here, find on counting
ihe, entsed one of the number. He
counted aaia, found he was the loser,
and rode hastily down to the boat ;
bat do intelligence could be obtained
i the IkitLotte. lie icJc back to
crnUH'UI i- KaM tn have rcceivel dcMuitrh-
i-s fn-m (irniuny. whxh b-ad In lhe 1
hef that a U'llii-inn l-twicn Auta-i mid
Pninii i lnx.. tinawHlable TV lui-pup-
ucl .y l4b Kier t jnrlaling
UKirv r.d inure of a Inutile charnrler.
A rwvnt number of Ihe lt.miMi Ob- r-
lUc uUct, offered a reward for tlie " rpr ,u' the rttum -f i;,,.
- " . a .
irasasi- ocaii, xui aitcoit gave up in
deajiair of rrcovcribg it, lkit Le'sooa
diwatsma'xeJ aW )Ure be vu rid'mg
C0wu4 kmiaui, lo! the tiutnWr
wan corrWt. Iff declare that he will
never loolticir.. bt 4critter' aain un.
tU he Uket fHrtmuktiw&itr eirie' of
tHc ene uo .r hii taddlc
Uocie hkf Ihmti definitely filed for the fitli
lnt. TliC api-KMly reluin of J Its HolitM'ojt
pi-ar K. gn pneral tif-- tjon.
flit? Tust-iii FvircrnirK-nt laic -Wutvil
in ucttie to !ird Palrm-ntcn'. deuuiMi nf
indetnaity fur h- tntiinel Lr Unti-li
ubjVu l Ix-bom J,t )ur, TU diffi
cultT hs lien vaboiitli.l to tU arlitralivn
iif the Strduiun nvernaif m
oi one of
our elderly phy.icians, wbJae residence
I. in Iempl titel flie young lad
bad neitr before enjoyed any "female ac
tpiaintanre out of hii'owii family, and
when he became acquainted with the be
witching creature of forty, to whom be
i. by this lime joined in wedlock, be was
fW through Ihe heart with one of cu
pwlt sharpen arrows. Iu abort he was
hing of tove and the woman persuaded
himio laye. Lis peace of uin J by a flight
lo New Ycrk for the purpose of 'miiig.
ling inlo one. New Haven Palladium.
Tne Caxau ore. Wc undcraucdj
that lhe New York Cxntla wr njnrd
f"r luwnei. lu. Mendav
Ho:.-. Benjamin Thompson has de
clined being a candidate for Congress in
Ihe Fourth District in Massachusetts.
bushels is but a common crop to tho aero.
When the land can Ins irrigated, and our
place afTirds abundance of water fur this
purpoe, and tho land is tho property of
the 1" S., every article in the vegetable
lino bring from lOo to iV jier pound.
Wc arc busy spliiing rails and plowing.
Kossutii. By the recent intelligence You may amilo to think of my splitting
it appears ihat Kossuth and the Hunga- ' hu oak" into nlls vcl 1 aa do 5t J f'jr
nan refugees at Shumla, have been re , 1 wn M ,oufih. nd ttrong as a Grhuly Bear,
moved to Kuubia. At 1 o'clock on tfte 1 nJl that fc''1,,e l'"'" 1 was i" Yer
15th Feb., say an Austrian paper, the mon'' Tlc weather w delightful and the
mournful procession iiartcd. Ko.suth, 1 Un,i lLo U'rtJn thc a.wor1'1
wl.nl...i ...:....t - . i i our affwtionsJo Son.
who had previously committed his last
will into the luodj of. iho Tuiki.h Com.
mlMioner, ut buried in his cloak in a cor. . T , . .. "" , . .
,,.. . .. Jowpb Corbtn was recently kdled at
ner of his carriag.; hi. Kifc accoapany. Tauville.Vi. by the burMfng of a grind,
mj bun. Hit others followed iadiforder. stone.
able debate upon several amendments of
minor and local consideration. One of
them was a somewhat threadbare subject,
however. That wai the motion of Mr.
Cass to strike out nn appropriation for
the Austrian mission. It received about
snvenlcen nr pimlitnuti .'.if...
After this bill had been 'disposed of .correspondent ?r the N. Y. Cmr
Mr. Eoote tried to tret tin bis rcsdmim, I aaya : "Mr. eh3tcr e healtncr
.i . " . ... -i i.
.or uie apjioiniment of a committee of
thirteen. He did not succeed, however.
It was opposed by Mr. Dayton, nf N. .1.,
as only wasting time to attempt w get at
it, because no vote could be reached, and
no progress made. Other Senators ex
pressed the same opinion. Mr. Clay beg.
ged very hard that they might be allow
ed a direct vote upon the proposition, but
that was just what some others did not
want, and they could no think of grati
lying. It is to come up again tomorrow,
in order, but whether a decision will be
reached is doubtful. It is very jossibl,
however, it will be suffered to pass with
oul more debate Button Atlas.
Discovrav or Gold A workman whiln
cngagwl in cleaning out the canal, near the
Side Cut, West Troy, a few day. r4nce,
found about 60 sovereigns eabedeilb the
mod. They wwdovjbtlesaloat by torn
person Uacllbf upon Uie rgiif etnal "
tiriiic. vnro Infirm I ta Mid to
. WV.J 1 11 tl 1 1.. . . 1" -
his intention to retire to MurahfieH I
A Ktcn BucKiSMiii. Stcphtn A
Wright, a Idacksinith who went
California in 1810, was a pawngfl
tho last steamer from San Knariw'
He is worth over half a million of oV
lars, and brought home f 300,000
him. Mr. Wright is to reside ia t-
great State of Rhode Island.
The Greenfield Democrat u,'
following note, verbatim ft literati, 1
cut to tho presiding judge of cwU
that county, reccntlyj
"to the Honable eort
Biryour jurii canter Ore?.