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Jri.J8cI. It combine, with the RerUter. thi. sdditlonal Biare .Lvamanta of ''."" l;.-.h. leading tbouSni oi ui thsy, : .. .iudt. . a ..Muererr reader who The Slate I... rhlt I FVIHE WW arlvfnce; Corner hop u:,l..r m-i.'l SCOU U. wo " I BUUil"'1' ' .11 .1 r .... UmwM aaaairad OD.1V i(S Vol. beginning I. - (n " " . Na. 4 an p"t by IT " " Tux J i--Th. pP'r come to .1.!. filloJ " "''. m,,U ui. " ' b!e nutter, aud fuUy sustain, iu high tiki rei JaiJe popularity for vanely and character Lrtrful selection'4- ltairr CafTspdcce. if Edit of the Examiner: . . i. . r .. a.... vantf-O of vour raTLTiri -' ul" "I I" .- i ,.i,.l .1 vour office U procure copy, sportively remarked that U was my uiteu- fee conies of the F..if H" d.-!i of hich 1 have read a, lb great. a- f.od grc.tur proiiU Co, ud t J' 1 1 ll.ur lU4-utz - aie d?riveu Wttiou aad iuotroctiou irom me T 1 .r.i.- the I.iammer, if but V .. ,.rnw the twiihv aatfactiou I have nn its IhTIIxm- of ulaverv i rif f in, anil naMe lime; aud I luut be J-r-Jut ou handie the ubjct iu a ; Unec.-;.ii.'iial'!c, honorable, jM-nmaKivc, .n.i'niv-trrlv n.aniiT. J. acioJ Pr..!.l- ol Kentucky have jut re- ..J ...m.-ahlu fill , . tlie t'oventioa queHtion; ad I am fu 'lv rnd aiiliPS to the evi.ieace .ad ci amine t)ie proofs, by hith vou m clearly flemonrtnite therva influence .f .Uvery. a. ni.aife.ted by ii. neriicioii. in retarding the growth, paraiyiing the industry, an Wigliting the pro periiv of t!i I'oiiiiiiotine.llh. fu'tiiionti.neni H-ms to te propitmu. to a Ua ud ci iiiveftigation of thi. .ubiect; and it umi. t i-uMt J, that the generou. pok. of K'nlucav ill decide thi important qution ja it? rral n.. ns aud render a verdict in ac .1.. ,fh triitii an J iuntioe. K"tliJa'V m . 1 . .... .. ,r raiher contrastms, the ( fjnuer"!'ii h present condition and luture pro-iKv'tf of cont luou. Sttc, you liav. clear ly .boa a f i' ' that population, enterprise. Wealth, H'itKal inniiencr, t 'i i n. " . .tkrt'.art $'at,; an:', mat itiey ciniP'.i un- Biiakt!.le ev.nce of premature i.ecay. How ir lueoti'ie i their condition: ineir an- . ' Th.i iirnirriiiii irl rr lf- . .ill, en c.r-ri."c ' " """" - .' ' f"r e.r-how-liaii?ej ine acene: now uripu. . , 'tl. ,h. ,ti..t mtifiinr avi- tat uro,e 1 . i" b .--, dencnof thrifi. prosperity, and rapid advance ment ia ai! liut coiitr.buie to the comfort and baiyiue. of n.au. ev.-ry hre greet our admir- inee. W bv tl;. vji dirlereuce in the con- ... ..... r.( r..u!iiuoo Slaie.? The aotutiott (,l.ivai - la- It roiii.ts fiiiii'lv ia the fict. Chat theih: ad- i ..." i..v. tut Uivr at the ruinoa. i ur tin (' . , r. !!."' (rrtai and irr-iatrrt$mg lot; . oiiirr waaea richer and more uowrriut i U.'l-'er tial-'JV auspice, oi .rouaciiw i 4 r . J.-.- . . ? T iufi:-vlle tendency of th-sae two Lf i-- -7 - - . V tjt( e t.f .th- one voluntary, and the i i f t.:;i''r u:i :er the taii of cuitraint,1 i to prtniuce ; J ':., if r.,.i"st. Tiii. rim i'le i fully etab- i iiej ill . U .v HI me ljiiiiiiki, ...v t.r' of -i-fj their value." 1 .!i t..at rv voter in the Common". eailh coul- fc- reau tlie I'.xamiuer; for then with ajreu cfciitidence would 1 look forward to the ..n. 1 ; nnee. v Durfitiou of our oil from !;. 'lump efl"-cl aad ruinou. iufluence of . .vrn -and a a ii'vearv consequence. the .owui r jrreetiuu t .( Zir, of the now dor nijjt u: p.i''--d eaerie. of our people, would :.:.m-..a,e.y d--je. Mi t '.'.' i:i-.n'".oi. Iy soon da a n upun kVnr j, soil, ir'im, in the je language of truth, i nf lie Jret," a f li4.ii l.er -tut 1'ind If we - "t t'-t 'irate. .ciiuu. may nave ampio en roceed iu your laudable entec- courj'iii' 1.'. iu : or.e, iiij i,i"t earnest wiri. J Hal comp:eie e.a: t; Mi.in;.: ucce may crown your noble i:,!'pr..tfui:y, your. T. T . Tn--1 i' v'ract 1. from the letter of a ycunj f..- n :. riiteu with no iew to puUica- Ik:i, tJ grujiliic ill it ileacription of a pr t.oa cf tue Miininotli Cave tilberto uuevplored, T'.at e fiiiiiot rei"t the tetiK-tation to lay it b-fo-e our r- a .'!: At iin-t ; .. tLe lr., J , Stephen, aud 1 - rwfft ctT a aa ciplonug expediiion into ine Cav..'. taaiiig ilh ua live men from the 6 ur..'i'jcr.iouj to te!'" our loat to the "Kojr- f ijj K.ver 1 In, however, we aoou lonn ! r' qu.rcJ Cur bwle force even to the l)cioT, mtiow: auiie'.'n e-m to bedinng aud re.tl ili to C(t nothiiicC iu J me very much. U'e gut I..m tue !u,et. tioweter, aud tin- to crr , aud for ouraelve buck'ej to the 0'k ii.rii a .ul true. Itn.otue l.ar.;et day'. erk I ever iij in tav l.f , now l ulling, now pushing, iioar lifting. no" i.rjjt''C t'lroiic'u iiie and, over the rrk. '..rouj'i tae i;,ui an.i a'er too, ft-r a mile ami 'dree jirt'-r. until wo finally launched our Uit oa t!;e 1 0 11 tjikej of "Koaria" Kiver.' hul cur lalx nt re not to cea, bee. convey ing th n ir'.v bv r!.n. for the boat would hold i.a t:ir-; ov-r th tiwt pool, we fou nd another iiorc. uri : wte etiiiirerf to carry the boat over tnt. "I i; -1 ani another, over which all p. ti 111 tie a?n' av, and then, another ahore, we cro. i tlii too with the lioat on oar .liouliier. aiu r.i'if- to another river .till. Here a conaul taiiou ai. h 1.1 whether we should go on or not. atidnuU,;e lr.,C, Stephen, and 1, went over tl.i an.i Uiiod again. We rambled about ei ploriri" C lit'le l.mnclie. of the Cav at a c.taii e 4.f more th in half a mile from the re-i mci;i r i our party, and yet could hear dis unetu-evrrv wrl thev uttered. 1 he ei no tn1 tin. imr! i f lite Cave turnaaae. anMhinj imnri-( n.ttiou cau conceive: when we spoke ia an r- cinar) toueof voi e, worj were undiatiugulh J jelrcm tue uijuihcent revero ratiou, at ttuucreu ar.ie wniers came a. plaiuly i.'iouju uttered iu tue ear. A about roll round uneuitinaer, ana died on at en iriiincasur-tj ab;e cislauce Willi a sweetnea. aud musical mut-l aes must iugicl,ani a note whistled by Sleph-fc t, irom "uu in the .any niglit, moved lift 1 l;iot lo tesrn, m exuuuiu-ly ceulle and aad wa4 if ' tlie cvmp fall cf iia echo. We found an-r 1 n'r . . u. l..M I . l . .. 1 1 a ,t , tii man auy c uw e -ra, winch the Iiuctor named Cosby river but over inch e did not pas. There yet rr ' uaiai oemutl. uevooil llna. a mi.rlil ni lurJ beauty and loveliuea unkuown to mortals; atif l atn.i tan f..r spiriu ho love the dark nes L1 toun.'.f not more tha a half heard seem floatiojf IB tile ir. 1,11ft mArk it rr I Ha .r in ifa -.1. T " ...vvn.M M.V . . M f.m cs . trmpu to Catch their meaning voices, linger a J loin to depart, and strange wild ehadows fit along tbe wall, assuming a thousand fanUnlH oape and attitude, aa we awiug our Unij) arouoi u. '1 be gloom i. terrible, aud the whi ef'J syllalde we hear remind one forcibly o tt.- 1' . w tiuet oi .vioore, "The gobliu echoea of the cave Muttered it o'er the loug black wave, .. 'twere ome aecret of the grave." Every now and then, away on the upturoe Wiiuii of mime diaUut ripple of the water. v ,c renection oi the light, aeemlnr al W'"ighatr,lulflien then and died. We wd u.( .poet, '-Truth i. strange, stranger tha Vellow fever ta Sew Urleaaa. tW. a. t-e Lpidemie rages. No such mortality hnf bu Do-rn for years. The oldest inhahitan -re retreating from the scene of it fearf lavage. v AH. tOR tOLt .NTEeRs. W ILLIAM OWSLtV, Ceera.r mmd Cami trrt. tfcitf, ,tht jtfif.fi A'riciy."J - nave iLla Cay received a rrquimlio Irom ik. tl-. - . . vrpinmeni lor the raising an orfuiationof two regiment of Vol a a tee r In -y, to serve daring tl. war with Mexico. -aiea. .oooer riach.rged. I do hereby call apM. Jt i Miliua of Kentucky deirioua of eagagiag '" the service ol their country to orgaaix th.m- i7iTi-"t,C0ln',,ui',,ud report lhm-lvee to ' " t-w-csuve Uepartmat with all deep tch; tt,. o-u u t,h""wlv rcdiae. to anarch by I.- 1 of,sPteinb-r, aa which day it ieexpac tea the reK11e,lU will be filled, and tbe compa- not,6ed of their placs of rendezvous, in leth0g, whreof, I have heroaato est Doue at Fr.t.lr., a . , mi ll , - '" "UMUBl!, JO,, OT th GuVa-aar- IV af null WM. OWSLEY. . , - WESTERN Trwcltliei. ISt. Louit honored their Tolun leer, who bar recenUy Mtvrned from Saau re, wmo pauiic rrcepuou on Ibe 23d la it. Col. Bowie. ! ant ! the Indiana n.nM -i.u i report, drfeadiif the conduct of hi. r-tfim-ut and hiniaelfln th battle of Buena Vi.ta. He i. r.mrr iH-.crc o i uen. iane, and wltl reulv in duil ahortly t. the charpe. which have been Caimo'. Exrum to CAuroiMi. lfomia, . r .T I . pnor re- port of the Iom of Urire nnmbor r h. brloogicf to the men accompanying Lieut. Kit 1 v- w" "i w iniurnii. hv ... attacked early in tie day by the Camancbe.. and uui cu; iivik aiuira irom the coniinand. i one oi i-ni wro recovered.-'. 1.... u. pub., Aug. SI. 1 TtNMi.-.Er.Tlie Na.hvUle Whiir . . .will' pico itmrui ui uit recent election in tint c-iau-. t. ien r. nrown a uiaioritv for Gov ernor it Vil, Itim i. uot the otficial vou-, but Mifre Tin o (k nore inaa M OJirht rritl. Thereturua foriuembera of U IfUl..ture how a hig majority of one In the SenaUi and nm in the houae of Repretentative. beiaz a majority of ten oa joint bullot. Iu tha lant Legislature th DeinocraU had a majority f one in th Senate and three iu the IIoum of R.mr. ent3tivk. . :i.nia M.sfc.7l,e -iraojUit CJaii-l. 0 her Ji wnaard trip from Browuivill to Iitu burS, ran again! a oe, filJ, and rank axtre her tx.iler-deck, on Wednesday night last. Five hundred thuanl dollar in fold, for Wroiint T th f.o.-rrntitent i I C"l i'-'V': i k tr . If ' : !: ! :1 '. . - f ( Xl I 1! I " '4 ' ii ' j . ; i '4 ' ' . ; ' ;', ; !,; 1!- tli f ! ' A iff t I'i r a f i' j Si If , 1 i 1 1 ' ;; ' J 1 'ivrf : ' I i i . -'. ! !f S V 1:. " ' t.' - i . if It. 1 Hi .- t ; a ' ; it ;) r H,.,;, l ,' ! li: ill ul i. -1. 1 v 0 .r- . iHii'-il' it Ir- : i Jut Mi" fcr V ;!-, i ! !".;i'!r'i ; ,,r.' ;'. i , V. 'Piii t -. t r, at tr ie be larte,jiy' , I ,"Ak ;,f,ji-rT..a . IMi-liJiiZi JkM AagaraaigMaajiii RiPLty, Bhowh, Co. The Bee gtvef tho aiDouat of tbe Export Trade of Ridley, whkli ia quit aurptisiag for that place. The varioun srticles. ia value, were as follows: Flour, 36,600 bbla. liiexKi 107,601 8.7M' - 61,675 $38626 Pork ( la all forms) Cora, 36,000 Iwahel Mlaceilaanoua Total value Thle ahowa how mt must ba tha toobliiod Lrada of lha small porUoa tho river, and the laa7Mtuttv of au aoJtaral producUe- WFwe . : - ; . Two intreUnt otouu have occurred in Mex ICO .1. The 1 -p of Major OaUtei and Mr. Ro( era, mud Tl . . - tue arrival of rarode..t Vera Cru, and eecapo oa tho I4t. f..: "ajorOAlNMaavathatS.nl. Ann. h.. 15. m reul'",and mean, to di.pnte Gea. Scotf. ..-cc, lnou?u th, op,nlon WM fae 10 make peace. I lie exape of Taamu load all parties to fear . uunnuauon of tho war. He raarkl V- crux August 14th, and pushed at once for Me ne geu Uiero before Gen. Scott, it i mougut au Anna wUl bo overthrown, and new vigor U given to Mexican arm. The Washington "Union" at least. . and it i. wall informed on thi point) no think. w . ... -IT. IVendaJI avrit.. 1 ir.ll . .1 - ni i nai iiicui. iiaji, ui uie u.uKUU..a, anq ur. iiluar of tne Soulj1 tar. V . rrS,,ne,, ore deal. i ue eacort lor the train B-ktr-k t.c v.M r-.. ,. "" n-t-, and was atlacked by tho guar ruin, i. under command of Major Ully, of thi ., . , .. .. i. w n a vim. .uuuHDtrjp.i oi. Wilson beingdown with the jenow lever. i ue iwo otlicera in 1 .n... a wiio were dangerously wouuded in the conflict .iMe t-,; rrillas, were Capt. Jarae II. Cald- nrn, oi tne VOltiiruaru an1 r'... ak... f C. . f a,. Ill llllll umrning. of tho 1 1th Infantry ; tbe former a ...iive oi .naryiaud, and the Utter a native of irgiuia. 1 he Anahuac Sun a va that el ft aii r man were killed, among whom was Capt. Loyall, of ih Georgia mounted men. Tha ftnmnw hail entyfive killed. Cel. Wilson ifnmArii.fa.lv dered reinforcemenU to ccuie to the relief of ia oacort. Verbal report elate thut tho American had irty men wounded and a nun han. killed. The Anahuac Sun auya the tuerrilla forcra umiier about 4,000 men. The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affair waa x pet ted to arrive at Vera Cru on the 25th from texico, ra rsuie for Spain. Kendall, of the I'icayune. writinir from Pne. ' tr, autes.tlint Cant. Ruff metauartv of truer. illus and defeated them in an action at San Juan lo. niauoH, in which fortv-three Mriicana kete killed, a )d some fifty wounded. Tha lo'aaccounttif Capt. Kuff" adventure, ia fully it onflrmed from other source. J Cen. Scott accomoanied tbe division of Gen. jpuitman, tn tho order of march for th capital t he sick end convalescing soldier are left at urula. 1 114 whole army will probably be con enrrated at ome point thi ide of the City of Ieiieo. Krpon up to tho time of writing, came into 'uebta that large bodie of th enemy were rowiing about iu the neighborhood a fore of bout HkjO had been seen at IU Tinol. 'I hecorrcsondent of tha New Orleans Delta, . riting from VeraCrui.saya a letter from Pue la, dated on the 11th int.,tatea that the com lauding general would move forward on that nv. I'aiupico is very unhealthy ; the yellow fever ret ail to an alarming extent, and the garrison re expecting aicbtlv, an attack from the ruer- JUIa. r letter published In the Commercial Time, five an ext Jie M. whl ii uiiuiste tract from the Diario del Guberno, of blch indicate that Santa Anna and ju unuisters ar endeavorintr to prepare the j- iuiua of the people for a treaty of peace. ! f- . I i rAmi . ..... ,k. Cll.:. t . f i .. .. ... .... .. w fcv.j ttiv luuvwin lium li. .St. Louts Republican of laat Friday: Monterey ia improving, it i said, rapidly. ever.l American families have settled there. ho houses are all occupied. The editor says list beior compelled to give up the Government llcue, to nnke room for a portion of Col. Ste ,7 Benson's regiment, be Was obliged to use a ') J Mlgbtly-buiil shed on the corner of Dr. Stoke' ; yard. "A small paper, a amall presa, and a '.' , eniiill houne, hut rather a Irugtku editor." ' i I Among the advertisementa we notice a "great ale oi city lots, lul.l out upon a pretty extrava- fe.nt acale. The city i c: L'. Valiejo and K. Simple, I roprietor. j due man advertises that 1 he city i. called r ranciaco. M. late of Illinois, are the at he is constantly auo- tilied with "that precious bererare. unarklinfr obi water," which be trlit at tbe rain of two e.ls per week for each family. Two proclamation, of (..en. Kearney, "by Virtue of authority to him veted." and issued ( April lat, contitulc John A.Sutter "sub ,ijreut for the Indian oa and near the Sacra jueoto aui San Joaquin river," and Don Ma- , uno G. Valiejo a similar upent in another di- ' section. ' Another sale of lot in the town of Francisco i not tbe one above t amed i. advertised by VA in Bryant, alcalde and chief mngUtrate of tbe town and district of Sun Francisco." : j ' The g uerrillas are bony on tbe line from the " f. R:o Grande to Monterey. Th road are in feo 1 tei with them. V On toe 3Hih July the Expreo. mail trail wa j atlacked the mail driver ewaped. Two of the party were killed. The next day a merchant's train belonging to Col. Lewis r. Cook, Gen. N. Downes aud Mr. (Iciuoa, under a amall extort of citizen, wa attacked at Funta Aguda, by a largo force of Mexicans, and the entire train captured. Gen. Taylor waa prepared for an onward march and the general itiipremion wn, that un- lea. rHce DroTo.ition."were made bv Mexico, he would be on the road to San Lui by the l.t of September. The troop at Monterey aad Saltillo were in I excellent health. Likewiae. those at the Mier encampmett. thai ),. ini.iti I . ....1. k k- Tbe Maatmoras Flag .ays rvnee previously received of the attack by the Mexicans on a acoutina- nartv nf twrntv-aeven ' ' j j Texanjscommanded bv Capt. Baylor, in which tngairCjnta twenty-five of the lutter were re- . . .' . i i i. ni.. , . j u, is conunnen. The same patter gives details of brutal out rage, committed by person, wearing the uniform of American ooidieni. Col. Wilson died at Vera Cruz on the 12th. Faou Tkxa. Tho Galveston Gazette, of the lCth int.,ha the following article: We learn from the Austin Democrat that Mr. Cotton arrived at San Antonio on the 31st July, with despatches from Gen. Taylor to Cel. Hsys. It is stated that General Taylor directs Col. Hays to take up the line of march for Mier, re port to Prig. Gen. Hopping, and remain at that point until he receivea further order. Mr. Cotton left Monterey on the 21th of July; I be represent water a scarce on the Laredo road. Small robbing partle inf.wt the country be tween the Rio Grand and Mexico. Capt. Haylor ha been sent out against them; he raptured several, and hung them. Large parties of Indians are roaming over the I ountry between an Antoniu and tne kio Grande. I 1 n l'rmocrat gives an account ot mo at- I tack uuoa Capt G. K. Lem is and Mr. Cotton, I ou tneir way irom oexar to un. i ayior vamp, i rbey killed several Indiana, who were Liapans, tnd Lewis waa also wounded. Arrival or Col. Frisiomt. Lust evening the "learner Martha arrived from Fort Leavenworth, liriutrinpaa naenrrer Col. Fremont and lady. and twenty-three person of the suite of Col. F. Jf course, thi party bringa no mrtner inte'ii- irence from the plain than that already publish ed. Tbe lady of Col. Fremont met her husband ul Kaaza landing, oa hi way to at. laont. Arrival ad laws rwlwdoaalau r... 1! : .1 aa aaaatnfl.nt la hia lttV of vur viuvinu"! ivi..f...v.. .- . ..... . uTh. ala.rriar IJmlniomia arrivad .a Roaton this morninr. but it wUl probably be aeeeral houra before her new some to hand. The advices from Liverpool are five days later than per Oaudalquitoer. ni vaaaioa or Troops. W e have a letter from li.. nraiAfl datRd th9 19111 intto. menll0nin7 me , . - rumor as current there that urn. 'PP-': wasw . . ..a WW . a . ahortly ta expected inere, wiw. m --'- h.dyoi troop-, eo-a .w. "- quite euro mat aucn iroopa s a uai 1. ueiiu.. v;"'r ..hark t Mill mnm niO V , HUH, IW. v.a waa. . emu... la sltoarether probawe mat eoverai general out- I will be detached from Gen. Taylor'acolumn to re, .. Ih. Una from Vera Crux. But a lit - cation. r."' .'tarJiriteJ between ua mil. ni t am traat. netora commnnt - Vera J - . "NJili. anilal.aa.i. i. rKsnar, 24 alt. TheChUIicothOMetUMr.. MffJO.OM) have I NaUvBa Contraaa wasia session, having as been subscribed to ,J)t, jjnipye, and Cinctanatl I -yaj on i., a synopsis Is rivea in Railroad. Of which &,000 are ta that city aad ai Igkaorhood. u o. gtern friends bold I Mention to made of tho negotiation pending lVif!2la??u?tuCf the river, fromwUtath, Ooraramaot of tb United 8tataa,fer f lw.ow to ai"w,wi. ctl b. aubecrihod tor tl.aW.tWU 10 la.WU.Wt. ... ka aubeCribOd for th wrk bafore 8prUg. are ceafidoat .Ton otara laSe Ftmira Dxcuux w BkauoaTcrri. CoNTtmrBO Paxaoca or th Mmii Mautr. New Yoc, Aug. Oth, 1 A. M. Th Steamer Gaudalquiver baa arrived from Liverpool, bringing date) to tha 14th laat, la. elusive. ....1.... Tha roceipU of Flour aad Oral a from foralga port were largo, which la connection wlta. the contiuned favored prospect of the growing crop cawaja a lunuvr uepiwtwa in prices. The presaure of the money market, waa a lan unfavorably affecting th market. Western Canal Flour ranged from 25 to 27a- Sour do, 21 22a ; Kiahmond and Alexandria weet, 31 to 25 Cd ; Philadelphia and Baltimore, 24 6d to 25; Wheat waa participating lathe depreciated Value of flour and price fallen three pence per 70 pound. Iadiaa Cora waa two hilling per quarter lower. The Cotton market waa firm. The aalea of tne week embraced two thousand bale at aa average of 7 .-4 per lb. There have been heavy failure in Loudoa which tended to da. pros business. Console wereeelllngalKJffltCi. flank stoc k 195 to 197. Some aueasioeae waa foil from tbe failure 01 a house ia Coventry. The liabilities of Sheupardfe Co.. Klnr. Me.. vine oi. 0., are over nait a million dollars. 7 here waa a decided improvement iu foreign Exchange owing principally to the state of the liuuk ot Lngland. A furthor decline in Flour wa looked for. and it wa the opinion of some, that price would go down to 23 ahilliugs. Iho Koyal Mail Steamer Britannia, arrived at jtverpooi on the iJth. Cm. G. Wreck a iks naraaeiajt.. I hs afaV nrlr nanatra ef t Kaa Mitla 1..: a. at.. II I " r-r'- .v..,vll uiiuMiuii Mrticulart of tho wrock of tho ah in MMrm. take, and Iom of 42 peroont which wu noticod . i a , . I amoug our telegraphic reporU several days ago. G. Butler, Mr. ChristUnson. Mis Flori.1. Patton, and Mr. Henry Piatt, cabin passenger were all saved. Sltrrmgt P$tnrer Lott John Llaue. Mia Elizabeth Hopkirk, Patrick Dowlinp. wife am. infant, James Joyce, wife and infant, Miss Ann Gill, Mr. Morrk-e. Mr. Green, Fdw:tri Green. wife and 3 children. Wm. Coaaell.Hurh Hum phrey, Mr. Math las, Hugh Hamill, Mr. Tayloi and lady, John Duncan, Ldwd. BUhop, Mr. OTVII, Mis Flizabeth Waterloo, Mis More head, Reb. O'Brien, Tho. Davl, Mr. T. H. Jer ry, lady aad child, John Goauan. .nv tkt View Lot. William Howard. sailor: Jacob Dryer, aailor ; John Allen, sailor ; nooert , sailor Henry Uunhatn, sailoi ; Ewd. Dowland, aailor: Wm. Miller, (colored) cook. Sltertgt Pa$$engtr Sated. David S. Hale Xamci VKctra and Crew Sated. C. II Chrisllanson, Captain ; Hall, Flral Mate. 1 ho. Uaviea, one of the steersre ousMnirers. ad with him twenty-four thousand dollar iu specie. Tho New York Tribune atate that the Mar maluke was insured for about 55,000 on .hip am freight in Wall staeet, Philadelphia and New Bedford. She had a full cargo of breadstuff's, which waa probably fully insured in Wall street. In the California Star of the 5th of June is a thrilling account of the sufferings of the emi grant party ia the mountain laat winter. It I from a journal kept by Capt Fallon, w ho with ix others, went in search of the aufferer. We have only room for the introductory paragraph of the Star: The extracts which we give below are full of thrilling interest. Mr. Fallon set out from the settlements, in April last, wilh six others, to ex tend relief to the remaining aufTerera of the migration, atill within tbe mountains, and alo lo collect and secure the scattered property ol both living and dead. He succeeded in reaching the cabins, aud with the exception of Kleaburg not a soui survived, jaey returned, bringing with them this man, and large pack of valua ble property. Kiesburg wa found in truly a lamentable I situation: a long subsistence upon the bodie of I his deceased comrade, had rendered him haggard I and ferocious looking, and the insatiable appe- town. 1 be citizen who tied on the approach tile of th cannibal diaplayed itself on frequent of Col. Doniphan' army, and remained away occaaiona, even after animal meat had been during hia sty there, were returning and re placed before him. Thi foudnew for human uming their accustomed pursuit. The Aroer- flesh he had suffered himself to acauiro In I preference to the beef or horse meat, of which I he had an abundance; anJ it I to be feared that I hi conduct ia th mountain was fur from justi- I name, ana a Hidden transaction of guilt reuiaio 1 yet to oe brought to light Kruvos Collet.. The Western Episcopa lian give an account of the commencement, at Gambier, Ohio. The Twentieth Annual Commencement f rnyon College, Gambier, Ohio, wa. celebra- J ou Wednesday, the 4th in.t. On the even- Ken ted nir preceding, an addre wa. delivered in Rom's Chapel, before the .Nu Pi Kappa Society, by the Hon. Columbu Delano, of Mt. Vernon, I and before the Philomathesian Society, by I. J. Allen raiq., or Mansfield. 1 he Addre of Mr. Delano was 0a the Present Age." and wi re plete wilh ju.t and valuable thought, expressed with the accustomed clearness, perspicuity aud force of this distinguished gentleman. The theme selected by Mr. Allen was "The Philoso phy of Polite Literature." The subject wm one of interert and hithly suitable to occasion, and th orator did justice to himself and to hi theme. Ihe public exercise of the College com- me ureal on the follow iug day at 10 o'clock, A. M.. in Kos Chapel. Ihe beautiful chapel waa filled with au intelligent, attentive and grnli- fied audience." I'tilitv or the TELEi;a.trn. The Philadel Phu da"y P"Prs ot August 16, received by due conr" of m,il U't ning, contain the same item of aear which we laid before our reader of the State Journal ou Saturday lust, tbe 14th iost. we having derived the same at great ex nense throuch tho medium of the Telegraph. Thus la tho fact demonstrated, that where the Teletrraph i in succesful operation, those Edi tor who avail themselves of its use, will be able to supply their readers with news six day in ad vance OI tnose who roiy upon iaicru paper, aa heretofore. . S. Journal. Ahiuvam At S. aidcs a v. The following state ment, from the Clarion, will thow the great imoulse to travel ia this State, given by th Northern Railroad: PROM tATTkOAT M. Al'OUST 14, TO SATCkDAT M. ACOCST 21. Sandusky Exchange by R. E. Colt : 214 V erandah noiei oy a- M. rorter : Townsend House by C. fa trick : : 246 520 1000 Making a total of Should we include the arrivals at our five other hotel, of emigrant, waroners, .C, it would ... aa . . ,wel tne Bumber at least one half more, which, -i.k the number riven, would make 1500 And. in addition, we are to add an averaire of ann .rrivimr an tha Mansfi.ld K si I road, that im- ..ii...iv ia... k tha boats, would make the gnBd total llHJ per week, or I per day The Tbaiji ujider Major Lallt One of the Patrla1 Vera Cruz correspondent write, that the train under Maj. Lally ha been a second time attacked by the guerrilla and sustained a ever check, losing two hundred an! fifty men. But for an accident their defeat would nave been entire. The letter further say, la conclusion, that "the Yankees have capitulated." W shall not believe one word of thi until w have other authority for It. We have no doubt, however, . - ' . .aa a . 1 a k that this tram will do more narravsea man any I Which hUVO VCt fOnO UD. We ehall be relieved ,. , i p.,. I wnn wo .air i . ... I O. Fie., 241 kit. Jaatal) staki MiMtsaiBal PallrawiaV. Thi i the nam of a Railroad chartered by the Legtalature of Ohio and Indiana, and which, ... .... .1 . u.. " l.i.. .in form a eonnectinir link be. I , ti1j .t th. V.tern et tremlt v of I aika a wg r. ga at WIVUVI saw aa w r I 17 -j AMJ rkUaM At. th Mnthvmtdjrn noint at I aVail l?a -aa-al aa k wb w..w " I Uke Michigan. The whole length of the road, wording to a survey. will be two baadred and thirty-two milt, ana it wu run iu nearly a .trmleht course through tns wnoio nortnera tier aoca 01 uvs peniasu. ior,wu Vj , UI.l.la..M .aaAMinO ,11 IM nilflri HI III. auu ..aa, ui.au. vvvi.i. .-r-. . i ..,,, ho ,urTayed the route, the whole coat romd u wtIrJWted at 515,000. The 1 a ..( rnemijabla obatacles. and tha the road to estimated at iis.uw. ihe at -a formidable obstacles, aad the i - . - . 1 ... j . i i Wn'n P" ' mi, i Wi ..... Faoat Valparaiso. Dnte to Juno 26th have I bean received at Boston from Valparaiso. Tbe I th mMra 0r th meaare of the President. I ,u. ,.l.l .f al.lm. .fau eitliana. and f I u, Paidnt promises hiinawlf "a speedy aad ' jat cendttslea af tha OjUeatUB.' Oeerg Broem'rway otwoT fit ff aeMpa hV waa ejeatreyed by fire, oa the S2d, and, av! to relato, a wall fell apoa two companies, the Re I lance and Falrmoaat, killing aad maiming aumber of membera. Tho Baiaas) of tho nafor tunato snflTerer are: Aiicrf Andrew BnUer and Chae. It Hi Stri$lf Imjurtd Eliaa Reed, Riehard Wei llngtoa, (leg brokea.) Foadea S. CarU, Samuel Hall. John Delaney, Peter C re use. W. Roberts. of Jew York, JameaBrowa, of do JM Serioesv Inmrtd Wm. Fltinatrick Job a and Augustus Stubb. Wm. Masters. Frsd- erick Baua, Andrew J offer, George Roese, Geo. M'ook, w m. Jaigler, George Uoeahorsea, aad joua siuiung. From Rio Janeiro a.iD the Rive a PLaT. Bv tho bark Hermitage at Baitimor. we have ad vice from Rio Janeiro to July 7th, and from the niver riato to the atb or June. Tlie principal matter discussed ia the Janeiro papers, were tbe death of tbe only Prince, sick nesa of the ealy Princess with eoavalsioas. tha daily expected birth, of another child, and tha lear that a duty would be laid ia the United States upon coffee from Brazil ia BrazUllaa ves sel Many obstacle had arieea to embarrass the adjustment of th affairs of the River Plate. It might not be effected for aom weeka. If Gov. Kosaa should find himself clear of this war, it Jras supposed he would immediately comuienc another against Brazil. The Pro vince of Kio Urande, (llrazU.) which would be first attacked, waa not in a very good atate of iafniau- III 1 1 sMaftalallt faaaaa nk i aa a- n as m a 1 aL. " mo, , LE. DV T T" 5"A?,D "fM v va iw v vm. wmm eucj uaj VII wdivu tire urv for fur.iahing the material for and coa- uructtng th lock and dam at the Grand Rapids, in the V abash river, were considered and deei- led on. We learn from the Vincennea Gazette that Mean. 8. and J. Culbertson, of Pennsylva nia, were me auccessiui Didders. They got the :oniract lor aju.tw th company to furnish ihe iron necessary, which will cost about 16.000. It ia estimated that tho expense of the whole e-ork, including the pay of the enrineer and lucideutal expenses, will not exceed 60.000. the work will be commenced immediately. uu ii is expected it win be completed by the . .. irst of ovember, 1S4?. rrofossor Liebig, of Germany, baa recently written a letter to Professor Sllliraan, a portioo af which I taken up with examining th rela- ive advantage of boiling aad roasting neat lathi la a subject that cornea home to the noutba aad stomach of all classes, we subjoin t short extract : The method of rtimr is obviously the best to make flesh most nutritious. But U doe not i'oIIow that boiling la to be interutcted. If a ,lece of meat be put la cold water, and this tested to boiling, aad boiled till it ia "done," i . win oecome harder and have lea taste thaa if ho aame piece bad been throwa into water al- -eady boiling. Ia the first case, tho matters grateful to the smell and taste go into the ex- ract the soup ; iu tho second th albumen of he meat coagulates from the surface Inward. ,nd envelope, the Interior with a layer which ia impregnable to water. Iu the latter caw, the oup will be indifferent, but tha meat delicious. The Ohio Slate Journal learns from Col. Ir- vin, that most of tho companies of the new regiment of volunteer, recruiting under his sa. lervlsion, an designed to leplace the late Se cond Regiment Ohio Volunteer, ar already full ; and are now probably, for the most Dart. a route for the rendezvous, at Cincinnati. The President ha. authorized the Governor ef Ohio, io draw upon tbe Alleghany Armory, near Pitur burgh, for arms and equipments for this new Kegiment. Lt. Col. Lrving, U. S. A., ha re ceived order to muster this new Regiment of Ohio voluateeo. th dth, into the L ntied State rvice. Faos) Chihchi-. Intelligence to about the of June baa been received in at. Louis from Chihuahua. Everything was then quiet in that kan trader were employed in tbe sale of their goods, and it wa observed that tho Mexicans took unusual pains to teotify their friendship for them, and their determination to protect them lronl luc" "in any quarter. A Circular from Mr. Henry O'Reilly inform u associate are now actively engaged in con necting me various points or tbe "Atlantic, Lake, and Mississippi Telegraph Lines." ALL rm Cities or the West, we are assured, will v, . 5 f"0'"' , "Pec,ted-w" 1 ,B ten .Lo."urtU' ' before New b reached eaga iu a proportionate time, and At. Lmt in Lec ember lu the meantime, the line will be rapidly ex tending through Nashville to New Orleans. uccess, we sav, to thi bold and useful under taking. Washixotos, August 27 6 P. M. Fi vk Tiicx-sand Taoor Oanraco Oct. I leara from good authority that the President has issued a requisition for five more rcriments of volun teer two from Teune.se, two from Kentucky. and one from Indiana. Tho design of the Gov ernment i said to be to have thirty thousand men under Geu. Scott by tho close of Septem ber. Bolt. Sua. Mao Rivta Railboad. The Claria savs: The number of passenger transported over tho line Of tbl road, for the week ending Aug. 14, wa???, and the amount received therfor i $1 654 ( This road ha juat received another new lo-I comotlve, called the Clash. It came up oa the hooner Man.field, on the lth Inst. Cakal Toll. Tho Evening Journul say tiie nmornt received for toll oa all the .vtw York State canals during the 1st week in Au gust is .... $974264 8? Same period in 1Mb, - oo Increase over 66 per ceut, being $3,711 32 The aggregate amount rectved for tolls from the commencement of navigation to tho 17th of Auirust. Inclusive. dav,) ie S1,7,U4 7U The same period In 146, (llldavs) 1,58741 40 Increase over 66 per cent, being 600,263 30 A TalaaMsTabto. The following- table compiled from th calca Utioua of J. M. Garnett, Esq , of Virginia, will be found exceedingly valuable to many of our mechanic 1 1 reader A box 24 luetic by 16 Inches square and 32 Inchee deep, willcoataia oarm, or iu,ew cu bic Inchee. A box 24 Inchea by 16 Inchee square and 11 I X ..kaa dua. aaal I S amaklalat B aa & aW BialMMI aAB "k M I Wm I I "F """"""" "V -" "-" I aa aa K(aa Inakaa A box 16 lache by 16.8 Inchee square and 8 Inches deep, will contain ea aAt or 3,153.4 cubic Inches. A box 12 Inchee by 112 Inches square and 8 inches deep, will COntaia half 8 0e., er 1,075.2 CUbiC laches. A box e inches by 8.4 Inches sonar and 6 inches deep, will coaUia ear pttk, or 53-l cu - bic inchee. A box 8 Inchee bv 8 laches squara aad 4.2 In ches dep, will contain a pre er 268.8 cubic inches. A box 7 inchee by 4 inchea square aad 4.8 inches deep, will contala half m gallon, or 131.4 cubic Inches. A box 4 Inchea bv 4 laches square, aad 4-3 iacheedeep, will coalala ant quart or 57.5 cubic Inches. Cireail aTir sit Flew Vawsu A destructive fire occ erred ea Saturday night, oa the corner of Nassau and Rensaller streets, occupied by Conner At, Sons' Phonotyp sstab- .. . . . . . ,.mma r ui.i. I nmnt, wnooe low. ia -w-w .. I ia covered bv lB.auraac. Al bv J. Bell, pnn- . - I ... at . tA m.. f-Atn-i Mrhdi im tha I WWa tW U -.' BMsataai aavamaa w vuwm w mm-mr w-. . npA i.rN u e..k T. Waahinrtea Unioa say that, with . wto.ToU1 .f coaUarloa duri.g ,h - . f -ailow f at Now Orleans, trantiiortatlon ready at Baton Kongo, Watchei, I . 1 ...T. or astae other healthy aviat, for all tbe volun teers who are ordered or to bo ordered to Mexico .rf.,h. nr,Dt .tata of tb health of New 0rea an5 wh0f la progress to tho Beat of war. must paaa down tha MiMbwJppt by that 1.11 city. At Ibis ptac last vaalag thera wra4tst wauM la lb eaaL , AtClaclaaaU. at aaaa vasterday, the rrver bad fa0a It larlMM sUice the asy atavtoas. At f kuaargh oa Wadaaoiay areataf, the there arere tl Ihst wkw ta tb cbswal, aad i Tae MoahviUs Mam afWsassdsy. the 1st mmU aom4awWaoMeaUn;abisa4 nUXUbjastwiy. ITEMS. tltl ImiMarMaBaA llflsM la. tin. I'SVaajBajaaanj tMy4JsBsM ajBajaj fit Igbjaaajf) laVWlKTOatta MlVO gevWea Isr Umu- waatsla la land alhalr . "? I . wa laaaa "taaar a paiyalraaa-, fact aythiaa ana a aarftsi aariaty ; y. wyiiaak aau lawyss. ; .afwraaa Cam. Paekar. f Lreaaatas. Pa, mm aypmata wa raiaraau aad ..I" P?" wa.ka.ra Meal I fn Mi. MUler, aaMser aaaa kvy t eawallaMMia, aad mT J?lhm'',""li J ! Ajkeau,, wuh SOT HV- U lata Th VTaahlaataai T.lna . au-. - .. - . .. Major Ma. U MiU hmm bis mmZZ. a-iaT 1 WM,la.Uwara, T!V.,0aI""Del',h eprle4 atarrlaf. f.T -f ' sad Mas auras.1 CasaTs. ' - aw Kmaar aaw soaia laat Ui. ladiai. aary arraa.tsa.ai. ar. sasrly raajplMaa. Maavy Lam. It WiMlunaied that th loataa by ptaa- TkiicTUialy a bugs a-K..l. ,oa. all In sabdattad areoaaia, we wmU asp mm ibal fua. WO waid over thai auriaMsf um rilrtwJTaaiZ-2: rUl. as Tbdl Hoti. Inhm M.ti.b. .i- . . a . . . Tawai4aBr di i tr '""- f-cbam, VI.. mm ralaraa. laal ZIT. a. 1 - . ! hia eouM kuaai M ar r waraier fricad. iliaa Joba Mauacka. . H"e' wh etopedw- Mlasrox.ws saawuiroay diatbaried fro. Vm. al Mew Vmm.Z oeruaiaal aroaecaiHM caaua..iaai bla-Mi aMrrlaw aavina lak.. .iaa a., k.iT . : . ., . r . a. mi a a. ia Tlcl IIS. . nI??m" "n " uM ,h- " srle. mt bread had BSa luwaTM.aiclaiaaaa1Thl. ia ., . r-joKsaj M in lau of aiy assl friond." Th Baleai GaieWa kuu r i-..i. a, . art. u,efu,. lb., t'.pi. MeLaraa. Cveroor W tina ISat'tf." " ,a Ourtsad mt la caae It iaatalH lhat tha MDa'ailoa .r v. a.j.a .... crMaed i.MW ariilua um laal yaar. On baadred aad alar, al.iii uaj. ...i j - Ilnub. ti. - . .aam. in aaa aa. aaaa aaaa a ua - n , . . . loia toe ork bonas iu, t oajh.. iB Lvrb. altMrM.lirw daebwe thai -a a. adivaiual tMrtolaicr ha kaa . -TTT. . iuf pesnhnw." A ten tua; . J,.T. TwschisMa war laid c.aDail.a uim .a. 11. aieriu oi lhir rasuec iv .poais. "jlia.- mm! am7. dv. "tmttmfH ' raatkw Ibaulka, a... Major G.a.ral Fittma k-A Bhill.i.i.i. r ., af,m" - Wla-aar wank, i rooauief bv hi. al. Lnw. Alrcrbi,.a-d Ua. vviTawl 1 JfriTXt" T"' 0 H'tk'wy.o.lU'eceni waf ap ia Mlasiaaippi. raua. IMiiwr. H. a aa Uta sua aT Ukwi rbMtuaa llul.,.a. .. ury taaiily as Isajou. la 10 calf aattory ,' U coua Cacacat aoaiKsT Cao.taoM.-Tb. CUy of New Vara k ana ua. baa nlnal.i i aaa cnurtn.aa ihiriy tljUl mat aaimia Is aacu pnacbsrai la goapaj. All lb taerr mt la. aa ..a .w. : , .t ih-ohO.'. i-a Baa atop,' w Ua, ca-UaalkM .1 a-. Cov. Toaac aaaaAVrad avav a,..a c- . . . - a-- ..wa.a aar .wa af rvar W LajaralMl tVarrea.cliaf.ed Ml ua uua.w av. I Itcauiaua, lata ul Ocaugaaaiaiy. Ibti hav arrived at Qua baa ihia iw.I1mi (raaw ; bala. aa miua mt Jt&tj aiaM laal rear ia au aai. N lirrancaTias Oaiaaa. ft a!Tona adva, aiaa. r to lawiai our rcaaera ibal al 11m laia -.ui.m.uu varaarr . Jcraey CwUega." aia ba.Htrad ala I aad lavuau gaeaU Ml -vuva ua aiaaa-r. ari aai .,a-u spirit or i.M,& X i.a ia aawtbwr ir.aaiuM al laauwr iicap,iHeipaaaadaaaraiia pio.ieas. Tb atortaliir uun, iia ,.i....i. - r. i.. Maauaal la wuljr paa.uns. It leaau lu h. a. lha ciraat tiiMcad ol uii.imai.in. 1 . a UW un lia isili. ui. lu'.Uck A ki-a..aai i- ualra i a tb HaapuaJ,,,. A, CliaiKt fulMl lluapll.i mmai atouUaal m lb Iwu-ii. Nii.i., . i2:, W by aU ibal Uiare la bauea alrkana aaaoHa Ilia a. aa,. w uw aaiat van.aa. I lla a aaaiug linn i v aw laud mi I Da I'ailad Vlalaa. caaauy IxmIj UM.T-A'. t. TeiAaa Mr. Leacure. lb 8lal. Priatar of Nauriiua. di-j at UBrriatMifgbjreaiarUay. Captaia Clib 8 Bunker, tbe veteran Meaaiauu can lain. . tea la .Saw Ywrk mm IL ta inaianl. aga :x H ecaiaiaatled I . drat sieaiuboat ibal aavigaiaj Loug lal aud Owuwd. Tb ambwblM. pay Uies oa oae hundred and arv.a ly fla aailuva wf dutuwa ! Fanny Eilsler. il ia aaiJ. ia about la laawa th. ufi aad marry a fralKb Couui. A aative of Ihe Emerald lle tuaM the other aav, scwbernuld tell nne. a Bias waa diank. faiih" aasaered fal.-l'd never baal.er aaymt ttuu a atari waa erank at all, wlitoui I aaw buu tr; lo ligut bu pipe a' iwp. Tsa Lasr or thi Macsaaooas The l of inaetaa. aimed Margaret Margre,;ue. died oa lb ld aniaas. ag4 oae buadra ainl on yrm: In rcrtualdre. . youngci .maraiejaain inn aitiom. three dava ar.viouaiv.ai tlx age of aineybTe. Margaret la ber jatita bad bet Pknli atverel; fractuied. aud pari of her .kull-none waa raiKMrrd. and. ia plara of ihe boaa ufcaa oat a ixereot rork wm inaerted. Thia circuuisiaiir aiake. bef bjuau of life very etlraordiaary. M least lea thousand even, sav th oanior Whir, are sow actively engage, ia IM luiubar buaiuew, ua tbe 1'aa- liarot rivet and Ua inbut.rM-s. A Coos a.l..v. Tha Bar. Dr. Hawka naator of CbrlMChnrrb al NewOrleaaa. receive. a aalary of tJHQm in aioiiM u woicn ua aaa M avait. a amla.aar la iba LaniHHar. a t oltege, wbkb will lacrMea bia vtailv lu- cotae io 9 lO.Ouo. Aa English lamer, speaklai of Ihe weather and Ihe paear.iM-e or I lie rros. aay - Wa could aot bare taaaxea it better ouraelvea. If wc bad the saa la one bend and a waiting caa ia tb other.' John Wadden bas been nomina'ed aa tha tVhle esa. biilal frl'unieia in Ibefonrih daara-l lxiuina. TheWhiMt Halikmore hare aominale lla. iuha f. Kennedy aa I heir caaiidalt lu raelerlpua to t'wafreaa. Tlie Uemurratsof rbila-leluliia har. aoutinaied J. A- Pbillipps lor their ranuulal lor Uie atavwalrly. The work oa ihe Hadsoa river railroad baa brea eonv aieored at lour iderei point. Xb wealr hewer iX.T.) Spy mvk W regret very mueb to stai. that lliere ia a ruaior of Ih. taiiur. of Um crop. partlcuUrly the aMrreera. All tuat have y het" BC, jr' 1ct'1' l,h ,M rot. A pereua.oa cap aiaebta cafuiHIaof taratng aut i),00ll V'J"? Wartlngtoa. c.pi in in nwura, m ww im vvraiiwa a. Aglrldowa East . after giving her lover a nearly I taken a liulc rrs.old uoas" aaiaek..trlaimed, -Dog ay eats Joaaihaa. if ywu ban I Tbed.po.lta la ihegaleut (Maa.) Having.' Bank, now aauiunl to II.OhOsju, W leara thai Rev. Proraaor McTliatork. of Dickin son I 'u! lege, has been elcta,t Priucipal af th Genesee n earaysM ea,iaary, Ubm, . i . Ho, ainoel WtlthMon. of Ms wachuarlta. ba eoa- UUnitsd l Aaaharst Couog gu.uw. Tb. eaittiant. arrived ia ttattiranr rw dav aiae. frowi litrinw,. whnaepowiad aiaiy tbuwa.n dollar ia gold with lo BaltlaMee bank, aa hour or iwo alter Ibeli Tb aoialo rot ha avail Ita app-ar.nee sa Xannstk- at lalaad, aad larai.ra ar aeiling aa fast mt aoaalul k,r fcr af hadnf tb wbol. crop. "Mother ." Md a aorigbily girl of atae-eaa they mv marriage ar made in weaves o you inina may anr V bv. mt dear, il la a vary aaa. raj omrihiB " -Well psraauatbey are.buiiuey aa Mf uim cmi sow iniool av. ' ArroirraasT bvtbb rta at t. Andrew E. folia. lobs Assaranl Ciuiaiiasary, with ta tank f Captain, la ta voMatoar son a: a. Oa tbooMnd Ctrraaaiaa feauile were kaportd m. I Tarkty Malaraaaarlag lha paet JMf. I -,"7 Tare ar six tboaaaad fWHrfl IDal 4WWaal MkL.BcaaLT AcciBSirr On Paltniay waa. a Mil o-, .a...n.i... at mt uii-a iad.vidau who were oa noard-lhre awn and eixteea fcautlea all were ldrWBa,Xepiloi imaninw,.!. I Twoa.s Wilms Dobb. Iiwi of lbs Matara aanera 1 received yimay. announc Mr. Dorr dvaib-othwr. bat .Itream Ulncaa sad autk-iaaiad deaih. Bswtss oe Tata aaw ewiaaloa of foontfrAj'l uim bi aaloat.- Tbeir aaM ai tn43, aad thi a- xr ton as goo.1 thai the) bav evea ba raeeiv. la bank. There ia said to be a large quantity af thami ia ctrcala- llao. Tha Whir roTntloa af lb First dktrlrl at Mary laad bM anaaimo.aly aoad iaid John ta. Caapataa k re aajciuja to Caegrea. TaeiHimrwraf oaaiba la New Tark last week, wm 0w-?.t f th Baatbst were cblWrea. y Paria, adlea ! I quit thy farthest wall ! At Paasv. shelter aad retreat are mine. Thoa'st lost tho tax ea oao son's fuaoral; Clear of thy Impost li his flask of win: I si w. '"r-" r . Her tar from torms, lifa'e loarney may 1 ei And doomed to Mill forgeifulaesa, era loag, Like th tired bird amid its leaves, repose. Lolled by tho echoes of mine awn expiring OOg'. ' I DXBA.1--- AGENTS. Whit 6. Potter, 15 Stat street, Beetoa- Eua Sarra, Nw York. a. atMi A, 1. U. 4TI I jnrTl I ..U.' Waraars.aod Mttul Vmalar tn kjuh' IHw4mara.am Matkaan'O Tjmla Oaaaeail. va. ig. Mala U Es M. betw Jib aad It treeta " . Cia.iaaaTi. Oaio. -tOO FEE t. Carptastr's. Cabiaet. Wataa aad Chair a t i i r i um tiai 1 1 ii t i i r s i 2r.aa. to ardor al abort BOtic. Al. OiSiawssS's Ilaaailaw Larba and Laurboa, BraaS. Warrow.aaoC .ajjtsj; CaMaat Hardware. Mabegaay Xaaka, aad a eewecal assiHm.sl ef llardware. sah M asd by II. BMawaraaawCohaMt Makata. ABaf wakth WM I MyM. lMjD--wsls i ass sat Wa e-ry an i at rrr l iam reracv, hat tb aaarhat eawibaar a rat far ia platt.' psl anklesafasanbatav Tb. ftaca auraet as aar l tally tasaeaaid fiaa the lip aad i afiba ransri I ad vkaa.ajdlberBaw fab- ssatsad ft alba Had. Cwta eaoi laaaa arany aaaeb at Ih Saan. as aaaad aa asj last, lha reeeipt. ar U. which soar oiaab Ihe kaaws at aaatainiwg srfcea. i.- la lb geaoral prdae aaarket, tb tweetpi that work bar greatly falhra aS freea hat wek m itva1, list at aa UMal Mspiasliia afkiadniM la lb aoattawa wwvkaf. aad th iaacitvLy aflb garara aawkewoparaj greairv o tb dprrsaioa mt amr aw la thia Waa. af trad. cawqwtalty a sllihs deeihi bas resuMed. Oa Cooss aaa Oascsatss Tb market r,tinaela good runetl. aad sale to large aawaai are avada. airo raaaaia uihid. ihsaxb Bra at foraaar rates. Tba wastbar aiae saw last ba kaaa warn aad Mtry. ah amm mt lwcBtlM.ib al.-bia. bowevar.ar eaal stmsbi. Tkerivae wgradMnyreeeala wbbafakr stag fae las srdlaary !aM at taw water bo to Bavt gal. ACOJI- Tb receipts frasa la canatry bay hs a light, aad lb stark wearaa daM aaaect. Tbe Baaat Ikd coadtlioa of Ikj Cat era atarkau, a weU m lbs dull- that srevaiat ibera. aad w Iba poaibara atarbet bMsHitd sdrpryaaHr ladaaac. aad lalM ta roaaa aeae ba dechaad. W. hum f-wi war mm, Usui (are;i4t 0'lr: fiaOuaUia ; and Uam Mm at, . Uaaw9c;aa;taahwukleia6tJ'; cawwed aad xir Mgar cared lianas SatMJc rale af S3 aad galea Sc; S do at ; MO t.aiaa.d Uaaa ia ha at eeala. ACCIG a tOPE. Front careful ntiaMU.f tb slacks ia avvkat w. b.a keea aaa 4l M art taia lbauaaiiiy la auvket apia Ih Isliasi. atk at Bag tbif 3.097 pier. Stock af lap 10.1197 ni t Ou Tiir day la-.q ii e a auacalatlvs -aisai iwk r'a-e la this arlleK reauhing ia the aa! at X4 uaiee. at 14' equal lacaaa.aatd7le:cousal.ic.aad MdaalSge a M ainc.af 3U piccaa. I A au, 1J . S al a i at i:t-.. cot tt; 13 do ai 5r; IS d J at ags; 70 d al c; ! tc; lCawal:;Maai-;i:.t atSgr: lit 4a , 109 aa at die. 4t at 6e. Tb aim xt rt r ajr Is aow ariaciaolly ba: ky aycealatar k aalit jalloa af a Biaieilal advance. The axaaeia ue ere. that this .ar. ctaa crap will Ss larjar ibai la. a id ibst ibsr will ! a evtidrab) ailliaiaria ibaeraaril-aia. c-n'ii, ao-eiiata- tagaa lerJ dcaaid mm ka.flat and r. TJ af. AlMlHteeo4ach a rea.lt v,y r'i' wa think Ibal far -tor Karjiai a tJ f.-O sf r Mnl than ba, kaaa alia va aniar iMm IhaM cak eulaiMMavM -(' lba aii la pi.iia far a fall ytetd law. year, aid aaatiy al iJ p:a ar. wara auly abu) to gainer a Utva av laaa half a era- ib-y atuw. a i s ipMi, wiu buid ia-4 q aiiy af wa;pis -d rpa.ad tail. a?ialai aaa.Ma..V to ba. ra in ball of tbeiriox JMtitrufi. BRUUMts Ara wot lb I Sil 0 per Ao-m. aa a, I at' T TCR- Krevb labia Salter s saa aa in aw- a l5fS J BCUWAX-Staedy W0- mat V. BCa rreat wajoa Tic anJ stare l 0 AShl. Cuff EE Tha q-tatlon law wm raaiaia aa- change. raea ar aruter ibaa atd m aot uu rei-wt . tVebearof aaalauf iSHaag. ar i . laiia,al 9C. Mea al 7 m. 5 do ai . ; ' "t CHtlCdK Saiaaal tucall.ht. :xT'TOS So Sale. COAU-W, quota PuiaLargU :ird at lit retail. umI Hk wbobaue. COrTOl T qtata Maf. lb al T.-.a Mtrolwra altifs and ve- CAT fLS. dam af Hawaii Laua! IS Si SlMWp tl taB2 Val t X CURU VCC wiH)i. Manilla al rSC3l4r. CANPLE3 VquiaS)ta at tsc: auera at Xljk33 douldat prolog. DRY CI uD take A aad CbieepM O cottnoaSt ' Steal raUa.MbaMCtiiuciia.a.c , Bjb-e- A. C. AM iSlTc. Mathaoa IkSs Hi l"t. Blu rrlr. Palt Kiert tll3Ulc. Mrrtaaci I 4k- tancyVrlai w frowt !. accorJnlg toaaalHy anUatyla. Blaacbad ood. -M lacb Oarl.bt llge; W iucban.be. a riaOCBAa'Ubl dec'1.1 kM'ora etaarUneed UK oar last. Wa quo a by llai d' LaJ al II laSti and ralai lg at il ad. FCEL- Wood aHila at a? ewd. FLAXSEED -"ala front wajuoaa are atada at '9 a7S. and fruw siore at f. rKL'ITS. Wcquwio iNanl Apolaafroa. wasom at SO 40 frout store. S bu-heL Oria, Pear he, a 1 OS per ha; Orange, nowe ; Lemoaa. 8l ; fi.-a, 14 IS. (ift. M. R. laialusai trUiMWO w kg. . . AtBMHMt. at I 9 and wart, riaite. al ic. f ZiilCaraat.at 14c. 9 FCATUCBS !iaa-s uibas.9:i Us si t'. FI3II. Tbe quantity aa well .q laid la market ia very hamed. We qu-tt Msckaml .Na. 3. lare, at J3J0 Herrinsat tJ- IEir.-H quo! al iaV. V hear of sa'M front atore. at 3Dc Cg Al . Tb rerslpt. r very small. Wa qsots fraaa wagona.C'oaal lie. aad froai stores nv"4 ; Oau I mm wagoaa 9Ue. and fioui atoreaat iai'9 . liKEEN APPLE. Are ararre al ti32 ii per bei. f.lNXV B G. ialM at !.-Je. H CM rWt bear of so sale. qa:aiions at soainal aJO- Tbe Jt- Lobif F. C. of 1 2!i u!t ,rs kecciptt have keen subtly oa ih. inereaM suv. Mr Is -a. i el. amwilbatandi.c. kaiia-. lu aaa..i,.e4 a.ara w Miiaaaeaa nam tne vi ws ainmaara. aa ar;-e , are raaged aoiuewlial bidder llian ,lu. Ims Ike aakaA wee, among (he salea. we aMtrt I MS i are. lu lo a. a. a) 7 I at ; Ml do 1 boa-eat u. it?. uioa.ai vOkx.a. rnxnetore al t'Um-. Z-J. In iwo baa. at ' mi .. t S'e an a lot .lawr bit) loo. Ir. ( . et eiiaand rhargea. equal priUaMy ia f.l twu. a,,i,a Ta. kaia other parraa wu Inn the raaje. Ikaaarda toauir R'MiedonlheBiarkct. Rer.iu..l.". kalaa. Front lb Buasoa alnitim ii-t iiili all. Tb market fur Aiue'k-a i Hera j c mimuet sna, bat the aak-i ha am-a qua. Itmitea. We not, eaka at it w rotted at a I 55 I 60 f to. am IRON a.iea SOtot.. fi; metal al t, IS do tt S; J do bard, al $X. IIAT.-iaJMbytbboailoadaiae. Retailing tratu nor at Cur. per cwt. JE4.X9 AM LI?ET . W qno lb iVtrtner at lr-t raab and 40 oa time. th. latter al lac cash aad SUcaai irae. I.EATHC R. V aqaote Bktrtt a: at 2;?V: Sole loath eratligt'e 9. rpr ataiCv)ai3 9 arm. Vat kiB.wasatOISa34 ados. Brail. at 243g3S duo. Kip. n a- do. LEAD. la pig.4.karS. L4.RD W quot (mm wtnna a! PftVcanJ strw attaH. "ocha..gaalca our iat. Mul.AMES FncMcOatbiiMl thaat a qaoiad la our laat 14c. Mr3TRDaEED-Wqrit .taJi" torelf SA B shoa'd Ihe crop ka I'.jh lUt srajoa prtcM wi.l be better art; i barvest. NAILS. W qaoi at H aaaorted Ol L IV bar BO chaag to staaa tV qnt L'd Od at SS .aVTOe per galloa. Llaaaad Otl S0r. Taa- ner .Oiiaiia--1 per bbl.Mperauality. FOTATOCB. "leaar madeai leikn l 3t9: 1 4. aeeordiaa quality a ad MM of bklo. PORK. FrarMcoaiina Ih Mn bj week ean tealnae. 8a r Me: I 30 foe Prkne: B'i SWr Unmm. ICEw-Th suputy la avukil ry ligK. 8le ireat oar at 7 3 BVO AR.Frlcefentlnn as h-ifcreqtrad. ' are eriaclpalty af a rata I cbr.-tcr at av format fljuras :aSc e.tafsebM.a-. LT Ws q'xrs RZaaai ai "8-; ttn-m rle at I . freat atore. kteaac'taa ad le.1. Ba aaa.' JOaa stkt Turk Island al Sue per bath. BIIOT Br the ke BI to. at B S3. 80AF. We qaot I at tr. TARCH.W qunk a wry au parlor art clo. ola rronithk.w wheal, at "ilr.at witk-b arte laej q.iaiiti lam are sold sack week front lb man ifacloey af ileoara Rwaihawy kTyier.oa Mala street TOBACUl. -o4d la lb past weak at Todrs War aaw tn khua. For Brst rat freat $ M Bi"l - arur.d MO - 4UB - Th4 a- a-a-l.w Old at lb Fla-lws warabouss rt c ou- 'asr. ? bhri. For Brst rs's, ftaa. ttaora a Barnoda 1 w Third da 1 Tu- :70 Waaotked aeeeral sew bayar. pmaakiba atoik t brisk. TIN FL ATE Sale S3 bntMal la JU. TM.l-OMT W qnota al me. WH T. Paloa wacaowi iaaal7D. TbU'Sa. eraliy ar bvi1 'Oe- WHiaKEr.aaSwlMof Raw k?lS "icsttta, Restiaa. at iTgeaat. WOOL talei of I.0CO tb al r ge. WOOL I greaaa UaVITe: washed ? Ji. EXCHAMEv lav-ara ewbawga I peaut; Mew Or MM I BMVntba papae ia 4wcoho1; a ataata da I , cui rtaM par m preat. 0 KtW ORLEANS M AICET. Jf w 0.v.a. Aa .S P. Jf. Ta e0 SMrbeti ana, with sales f saw at 13(9 -. . ... . ..b.Matb. rmO Wtwwnwi ana, aa-rdla M eaalily. PkW WBUeeoro on a. aa ar - - , . M. Maowawaaabmar Plnar m 04 7 ta O ua, $i a S far lutoota. aad S far cbulra At ,Lwk . There la ver Ihim tnqniry Bar Fb.-ad Peow. ma fJa nTl. acw u b 14s, for four to w. D. RWt Sawrtury af Stat.