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. copy- - . J.urnol." It B!0. " f ch.racter. who 'i !. Ul' f bODr "u fc-r,! bi.lf profit to h.. i ereJ' .. merieoca in the Stat. of booor and i . hose expeneu W .,,.. to respectful and attentive - .... Ul'l" ' ration- 7 orf,roe th.t the peop'" - Znmned to call . Tt i. J' M- T"."aV..,B . B.OT. I. Cl - i titir . " ,Lt car most serious attention ...tr1 'Vii (rat diecu fa;1"' All ion ,J'C ....a of our orpnic ma., i heard .A . ... . m 1 J " '".run by th milled truth of the '..S. Vwrt of counsel there is is i"" ' 'Vn,,t. lo the public his view. " '" "uoo of Kentucky ought lo bo, to LW. W"" w,lbin Off ", Jutrr ciluen. U" "' division of .overeieuty. among V I sarar, - ud wUIicb th J a - k. U a . b.u-s it believea - 17' u . :...;.;- should not o ,ulr' i ba.iiiii wii" a !loa "( Repre-entaUvos, a. also , "to upoo legislative action, "Ruined i. their Pr ut po..tio. , , of every child in the Mate ehould !TulJ be urnier a court of special pro- WIW" j . , bat Jur . ..... irMtonk and EuarUlana abould fCUir,'""'- " ' ''I.mirttribuual for the tranaaction Tvre.tu.ulJ w led fnm tb the aauiiuiiruu - w- - firentthe CoTernor.) the Vi'iv .. l" u r,..ft!i'rr ,:,.,.. Aiuu.m. Ul DAllUi uJ all otlicera should ;o otiice to ,rr frill tnanirr , , . :..itirtr 1 " ' A wbit ul citireD Over twenty 1 .... . i.n his resided fr one year :"BC " c''u". hould be ..,ible to a at in the I. .txtll'fal. it ''T Y.,.M.Uture should be rested with au- wfri . i r - - t. ...At.nt.iii tiv .... ..... wi.if cv law mi u j - ' - tiv iVlAIII HiillK-nul prt-piij - " M tia tlin.nch their husbands, (and ,i .-.!0irel trom mem n" y'"; from t!i coutrol of their husbaud-. u.r .ub ijt U) t'i if debt. Tn.rh i.irea b.ru of slave mothers, ou, auv vsvtbe4thof July, IsiO l:ffj;uwe jeriou mm " .r a! I. , t.iJ the feniaiea at twenty-oue ' - j ',. The oa nera of euch persons to iihrr uie nor couoiy a vu wnu, v, ttirf. to f ie t&eiu a reasonaoiy gooo ..1 .ft.r fhv srii old iu he useful, pay a small sum annually .-oun: court, mbich, with the iuterest .U1U ti.rreon. thould be appropriated lo re- ij.-h liberated slaee beyond the limits f u.r I itai Elates, and providing them the f auMi'teiice in ine couuiry io wuicu IiiumuJ and wife in no case should ta eiirte. but the tirxt liberaUnl ,t, j.u i l.r. "'e pr"ceds for his or her own wu Vj tie otuer be freed. The children born .f n...!heri tlius provided for, should be free. ....n-i w- mull the mother, and roinr free Ui urr Aid 1 (. The Ver Crax correspondent of the New ur:afi Ivna, iu a letter dated lat insUnt eaya ".K'muI 1,""' troops were to leave for YncaUn t.om ut i .? of Mexico on the2SU ult." L'n i.i ti iiavr iarih-t iuformation as lo this move- rarj; f rr.fr.u from any comment. fsaalaiia W Trsaa. 1 jr wit c-dus of Texas shows the popu iitiuutobe 14j,ihh), exclusive of Newton and iu IVjico counties. Ix-mx f Pavsilatia la .'aaaaav. A r-.'ul reonus of the City of Hamilton, I Pir (114.1, givrs a population a little abort k! i ,!). A year and a hlf aco it was not 1 be IM Mflagraltaa. I: ui that the loss by the late lire at Al I'Uivsn. ':Bnlvania, nearly reaches .-21)0,- i irt.;ch to a buity thriving conutry place is a T-rj r'ijjj affliction and most be productive of jti m:ii:ul suffering. Tkr St it Hampihirt ljrgiltmrt met at Con- corc iut WfJnesoay week. Samuel II. Ayer u tiertco Sprsker. The otHcil vote for Gov' eraor ru aunouaced by the L gislature as fol lesi. Fr Jar-d S. William-. fUeiu.) - 3-2,213 .N l.a llerry, (luuepen't.) 2,KK N-:ier:ug, - - - -HiS-29,297 Maji rity for Wtliiaius, 2,94? raraarla. Leiurs received iu New York, from Mara-c-,ctei l.t ult .sUte that Monagas' troops lut-ri tthe last accounts, were within a short iUn of that city,) had met with a decided rrpu.te from the Maracaibo people, and that op- r of 1, Oi Hi were taken prisoners and a large "'i't killed. No particulars are given. " i rxtet to learn from the Boston Courier I Uit Professor G re n leaf baa been obliged by Cec.iuing health, to r.ign the Dane Profeseor- of lav iu Harvard University. t-rm the Plaiaa. St. Loi is, June 19. Cvuu aulit arrived at Fort Childs, miles above Fort Kearney, Oregon. The fcttuiion reached there on the 1st insl. Col. Powell bad made a treaty with the Paw n-, who bad ceded to the United Ptatee Grand iUad, for the establiKhment of a Fort. The faees are reprenenud to be in a veay diatress coaditiou. Their provisions bave all ben eiauted, aud they are afraid to hunt, owing to aeurtof their being at war with all the aur rsnading tribes. Col. Powell has promised tbem protection. Arrival flhe Aascrtoa.. (MEN Dili LATEB. The Meajnship America, Captain Judkuw, arriv- at Koxtou at a late hour on the evening ol the 13th, having made the run from Liverpool iu te DV ASO EIOBT HOIKS, lnClUOlUg OtWIlUTO Ol eight hour off at Halifax. Tki it tu korltt passant on record. The America sailed from Liverpool on me M of June, and britiga, therefore, seven day later intelligence. Cotton and breadstuff remain without any ma terial change, although the markets evidently in dicate a downward tendency. Th' accuiinU from the manufacturing diutricti are of a gloomy character. IRELAND, fcealeara aT Mitchell. On Saturday last, in Dublin, Mr. Mitchell, con victed of Treason upon the previous evening, wtut tteiitouced to 14 years' transportation, and iiur mediately removed, under an escort squadron o' cavalry, to a steamer of war, which was in waiiinf, to convey bim to the convict depot at dpike is land, iu the cove of Cork; his det.lini.tion m Ler nuda. whither he haa already sailed, to be incar cerated on board a dock-yard hulk. Intense xcitement prevailed iu UuWin up U Suntlav night, but ha since given vay to a deej mill aitleniii silence, which denotes stern prepara tion and resolve. A liberal provision will be luadi by (he nation for the convict a family. The turopean 1 un"H says: ben the verdic. if ruilir aiainnt Mr. Mitchell was delivered, t. -Hne of great confiuion ensued in the Court. but the traiiiimlity of the city ol Dublin was no:. niHlerially disturbed. Chi the following day, lat in UL. B r. Mitchell was troini up lor en lence, and after itonie speeches e)iially. defiant ai. his previous condiul, ol ail authority wiiuoever he was sentenced by the Court to 14 yeaia' trana- iiorwtion. Un the name day be was conveyed m the ordinary pr'iHon van to the government steame.' v int close u the qaty. e ioroear io ioucu neie upon all the tender and affecting circumstances of the huriden pirtuig of this unfortuuale man will; his wife, children and confederate. Mitchell's Faaally asoptea by tiio Teopla ef Irrlaa4. The eternnetis of ambitiou yielded before the overpowering claims of nature, and hurried away. as he was. lromtlie tneatre i his crime, iew cat! have felt more painfully than Mitchell, the deep anguUdi ofaeeing one' native land receding uniids; the glowing wslera. ibis bas oeen a munnmi; blow to the confederate party. A great clamor han been raUed about the packing if the jury. It ha.1 tH-en attempted to impeach the legality of the ton viclion, by Hhowing that Roman Catholic jtirom were struck from the panel; and in Uie cases of O'Brien and Mr. Me.igher, no doubt tbia w-aa th fact: but it seems to bave been indirect '.ontracic. tion to the instructions of the tioveruxtent by a vote of th? Repeal. The wile and children of Mr. Mitchell are to bo adopted by the people of Ireland, and their comfort and education pro ruled lor, at me puoiic expenbe, out ot the subscription to oe rained tor the pur pose. The types of the United Irishman newspa per were immediately seized by the Government, and hia property sequestratedthat paper is ac cordingly at an end, but arrangements are in pro grera lor bringing out a new journal of a Kinvlar tendency, under the sovereign slrle, title and dig nitv of the "IritA Frton." The language of Mr. John O'Connell, at the Re peal Association, when urging the members to adopt the family of Mitchell, and in expreating in dignation against the Attorney General, waa par ticularly exciting. He called upon all Irishmen never af ain to speak tu the Altornev General, but !o spit upon as be had apit upon the Catholics uot to expose themselves to be (.truck down sini ly, but to band themselves together as united Irishmen. Arrival Mitrhell at Cora. Mr. Mitchell arrived at Spike Island. Cork, oi Sunday night, and as int-tautly banded over bi the Governor. He will immediately assume ths couvict dress, and be treated in every respect liks an ordinary couvict From the declaration of Sir George Grey, in the House of Commons, it appears that the Government has delenuiued oucarryint out the aenlence against him, of transporuiio ) bevond the seas. In consequence, however, f the bad state of health under whuh the uufortt nue man is suffering, they have relinquished the intention of sending him to Norfolk Island, oat have ordered him to be conveyed to her majesty' dock yard at Bermuda, and there, on board th Thames' convict-bulk, to undergo bin firwt year's sentence. H. M. steam sloop Scourge, of six gun. Con. Wingrove, left Portsmouth on Monday morn in;, lor tork, to take cn ooara ure unnappy .vir. .-ii.-chell, and other prisoners, and lo proceed uuniedt atelv to Permuda. KGLA.D. Taa Chartists Mavla. Some partial disturbances have taken place in London, at Bradlord, Maucheeler, Leeds and othf places. Chartixts have been the chief innligato a of these tumulta, which, in every eae, havebe alrno-jl !"-' uoprei-ed o. Uonday avemng a large awmMage or char tists collected in Clerkeowell, in Loodoa, but id midnight tbey qui-tly diperel. On Wednendiy evening, similar meetings took place, bat the ar rangement of the police, aided by dernomtr- lion or the military, were so complete, uiur mob. whenever it appeared, was speedily acat- lered. The special force wai called out lo guard tie ouuskirw, and the same alacrity ia turning out preserve order and property wat exhibited by Uie middle classes as on the lilth of April. At Bradford, a collision took place between Uie Chartists and the police, and a great riot ensuel; but the military restored order, and enabled Uie police to capture the principal ringleaders, many of w horn bave been committed lor trial at. laa chester. After various meeting of corJederated cluj and Chartism, a grand meeting was organ ud, to beheld on Wednesday, comprising large twies Irom the aurrounding districts, but the niajritlrateH issued a proclamation loroiaaing iu inry prevented the Oldham Chartists front euleriag Manchester, a large oouy oi umiwij I""-' were drawn np, aud the multitude waa compeiiru to retreat The feellag la KaglaaJ la rears ta lltrhells t aaviruaa. TKr en fx. no doubt that very dee? seated . - Iw-li.. fit f K . I:IW misery prevails imwni uiiinrum: . employed people. Mr. Mitchell's conviction la the general theme of declamation by the oraUirs w ho address the people on these occasions. I he evil is becoming so great, that we should not be the Assembly, ha been finally pasted by specify ing in the claune Uiat the President of the Assembly has a paramount right, of issuing (the proper com mands in case of ugincy and necessity. This contest has thus ended by Uie declaration that the Assembly should protect itself, and not owe its protection to the L:tecutive authority. Ulnar tine, perceiving the feeling of the Assembly, ac quiesced in Uie decision. A Praaldaney Proposed. It i.i stated that the committee appointed to draw up a constitution has decided unanimously upon the expediency of hating but one Chamber and a single President, both tue result of direct popular election by universal suffrage. The number of members to the Chnmber is undecided, but it is said that the present will be incapable of re-election and must have al least two millions of votes. The committed will probably conclude ill labors in about three woeka. The Mate Conspiracy. There can be no doubt, whatever, that the com plicity of Ixu:a .Blar e in the conspiracy of 15ib May, haa been established in evidence before Uie MiniUer of Justice and Attorney General. These authorities have demanded of the Chamber Uie I berty to prosecute him, and in spite of the alleg ed of position of the executive authority. com nitiee has been appointed to report on the case. The Chamber has been thrown into great confusiou liy this proceeding. It uppeurs that Louis Blanc, Barbea, and Sou brier, break fasted tonetheron the morning of Uie 15th, and together coucerted their iiieasuiea. The two latter are faiit confined in Yincennex, while M. Louis Blanc, after several days' absence from the assembly, han agr.iu ventured to show bis face there, (ian the conspirators of the 15th of May really ba brought to punishment, under such cir cuinstaneesf Hie decision of Uie committee, on Louis BLinc'a case, will disclose whether the as sembly is sufficiency strong to exercise a just vigor. allsrellaaeoas. Fresh disturbances have broken out at Lyon. It is stated that M. de Circourt haa been appoint ed Minister to tbt- United States. The Paria journal of Wednesday, represent continued distrust. A committee of eighteen, one for each bureau, had been appointed to consider the propriety ol impeaching Louis Elanc. The prosecution is looked upon with, dulavor. The Assembly did not set on the 1st iivsL The Sub-Committee of Finance has recommend ed Uie rejection of lie ministerial scheme with recard to the rail warn Prince LouU Napoleon, who visited Paris incog three davs ago. haa r eeived orders to quit, uaron Rothschilds model ftxm villa haa been burned by incendiaries, iu pjimiance of the system, a detail of which was found on Blanqui's pnpera, viz: to destrov the 6or,rriaM by exliuguishir.f credit thioui'h perpetual outrage and couipulsion. It i supposed the friehleiiing away of M. Kothscbild will be a great ble w lit the financial means of Uie government. rtuftxi.. Btrael Riot la Berlla. r'nusia ha discovered that the occupation of Jutland could not be tolerated, and she haa with drawn her troops. A violent street riot, arising out of Uie disputes no frequent in that city, arose in Beilin on the -Jth- The National Guard charg-t-d the people, and a treat many were hurt. Order was not restored until an early hour of Uie next inotniog. ITALY. libarp Ardoa betweea Ute Mtlaaese aa4 Aastriaa Troops. A Utter from Trer.t states that a sharp action be tween the regular troops of the Milanese and some Austrian regiments, assisted by irregular corps, had taken place near Uie Lake of Idro, in which Uie ...... ..,.. .iA.:.i.ia l.avinv 1.1 an 1 ' . Tf . i.trong port called Cntitel Lodroue, and repulsed Uie -lalians as tar as liocca d Anlo. DILVMARK. Aaotber Battle Taa Daaes Ylrtorlawa. The Schleswig Holstein journal, under date of May 'jyih. announce! that a collusion hd taxen pl ice between the Dines and Uie German, atSun lerlitu The lnnes landed on Uie main Und and attacked the advanced posts of the German army under the heights of Dupeller. while a nnuiber ol run boats assailsd the Germans in another quarter. Lnrte nniubers wens stated lo have been kLled and wounled on both sides, and at 7 o'clock in Uie eve ning, Uie Germane leUeated by Gravenstein, Uie IXineti advancing alter them. About ",LIJU were enraered on each su e. ft it reported that the Gerraana lost 1UU0 men and 6 piece of cam on. It is stated that a com bined Kussian. Swedish and Itanish fleet was off Copenhagen, Princci Conslantiue being on board. Tba tmU An express in anticipation of Uie overland mail. ! as arrived with dates from Calcutta to ItaaaU. The Etlesian Zeitung ays that the Russian government haa forbidden the exportation of cattle from Russian Poland to either Austria or Prussia. It had previously wr&Kltlen the export of rnrn. meal, oats ana horses 1 nese prooioi tiona are intenaeu to insure uie piuvisioua oi uie Russian army on the frontier, on mulct ate terms. The Kmneior of Russia has determined to found a new twit on the sea of Azof, for the con veuience of exporting the grain and other gri- ultural nrotlucU of the sunounaine aisxncu. The nort is to be caUedthe Havonstadt, and par ties willing to settle there are to be presented with buildinga, and free from rent for eleven years, and are to be free from all taxes for fifteen VMIH. From SL PclenDurgn uie auvtcea are to me 17th of Mav. but they bring nothing ot any im- Theniarm tot htmip waa aeptuown i. No news ot in April l'jlh.sild Bomlay, May )sL lerest. CmiBer..-UI and Ftaaarlal latellla-eare. Livkbpooi., June 3, 1849. The "unproved tiie exhibited in th general character of trade u J to the cloe of last week had been fairlv ma JitaiiMd for the laat few days nolwi, instancing the constant augmentations of eonliiienul intelligence, by no mean eondocrve "t"""! the prevailing teei tnitirstMl di-ranreiceiiU on loe ruDUn rreat v acgrtvated the feeling of alarm, caused by diwderty manifi-alation at hcjrne, and a re- trtion. though trifltnr. haa of roti.-eqnenre been produced. On Monday and Uie two following days, an inaiihordinrte spun. Dortance. y the enormous supply. Italy. The French and English anthontiea differ as to the cause of the disastrous events in Naples. The former make it a massacre on the part of the King, a sanguinary measure, provoked only bv the uiiTieluinir attitude oi me iiepuoiicans: while thelatter insist that the fighting was begun bv Uie Swisf soldiers, in retaliation for the treach erous murder of some of their officers by the rev olutionists. The King refused to make any fur Uitr concessions ou the 13th; on the 15th the people erected barricades, and the content was precipitated, it is said, by an unpremeditated discharge of fire-arms. A (otter in the London limes, dated, iaple, May lCth, hints broadly at French Interference In the late events, and declare that the eondnct of the Swiss troop ha been misrepresented by the French authorities, who have also exagger ated the excesses committed. The Duke Gir- 11a. a newlv created peer. Immensely rich, will probably suffer death for hi participaUou in Uia revolutionary movements. II up hi pal ace to the national guard, and hi aouaud neph ew were killed in its defence. ThaKinr ha disbanded the national guard, who foucrht on the popular aide, decreed the dis solution of the Chamber of Deputies, declared marUal law, and appointed a committee f pub lic aafety, consisting or rive person. 1 ney are authorised to tuk cognizance of political offen ce committed ince May, and to incarcerate ausDecled oersoua. About 1.SUU peiaon were killed on Ute l.Sth, and an equal number wound ed. Adviceo from 0e -lt represent the city quiet. The Kin rode out on th '21 kh, under a strong escort. The French squadron still lay oil the citv. The Danish and German war seem to be at an end, and Gen. Wraugel haa received order to withdraw the Prussian troop from Jutland The term of tllement ar aaid to be a division of Schleawie. in uch manner that Ui north ern part in which the Dauish language la spo ken shall reman toi'eninarn, ana me resiuue hall remain at tached to llolstein, and be ad milled into the German empire. A Piedmont psperatlirnis.cn the authority of a correspondent, that the insurrection had broken out afmsli. All tna Italian paper can upon th Neapolitan to follow the example of tba Sicilian and depose rung r eruiusuu. A letter from Naples, inserted in the ned- m on test Gazette, state that three palace had been consumed by the fire. The archive of th chancery of the Sardinian consulate have been destroyed and dispersed, it I earn oy tne express command of th Government. Th Sardinian cousul ha placed himself under the protection of France. The loss of life I incredible. 1,77? corpse were interred on the vbih, including 450 soldier. The city was tranquil on Uie 2 1st, We read In the Nouvelnst of Marseille of the 25th: "The Caator packet bring a to-day news from Naples of a later date than the re cent event. The counter revolution complete ly triumph Bt Nple. Th prisons are o crowded tht more than 2.IHH) prisoner hav been oblirred to be transferred to disarm vessels or, to speak mora correcUy, hulk. Th treeU of Toledo, St. t srdinand, and .Monienve. wnicn were formerly o beautiful and animated, are now deserted, and present the immag of com plete desolation. The inhabitant are flying in crowd from the sojourn of horror to reside in Uie country." The lateat new from th sett of wr in Italy notifie that General Pope, cemn ander of the Neapolitan army in support of Cbarle Albert, bad refused to obey th injunction of the King of Naples to return, and, it t u reported, had even crossed th Po, and proclaimed that no Neapolitan soldier would b permitted by him to abandon the Italian cause. A letter la th Dtbmt. from Venice, of th 2ilh till, slates that th Aaatilan squadron ... i-i.. mmrmrm nt tka ianetiOB between the Offlclal R aw of Ik Radleallaa laa Traacy reaee Uk Moale. , We publish the following despatch from our commissioners, communicating, in an official form to our secretary of Male, the ratification ci the tieaty of peace with Mexico. I nas. inion, inn. t'rrr or QrsssTsao, May 55, 1M-D o'clock, P.M. i Kia W bsvs lh strirfacttoa to tafuna voa tkst ws reached this city this stteraooa sbout t o'clock, and that th treaty ss ameaded by tba Keesta ot the Uailaa Mates aasse Ui Mesiraa Kewta about the hour of oar arrival, by a vote of 33 to 6. It bavin pnviotuir aai:4 th llouss or Deputies, aothuu saw remaiBsbuttosacaaag the rsuheaUoo of in treaty. At about four taantes froia this city we war met y a Mexicaa aacort, usdar the command of Col. Msrrara. aoder escorted to a bouse prepared by to govern ment fur our Kceatioa. Tba Muswtar of PvraiB Rala Uons, and the Governor b.' th city ealla 1 upoa ss, aad accompanied us ta dinner, which tbey bad previously or. Ucretl. 8o far as tba ruvernmaat is conceraed, a vary facility and honor have Men offered ua, . ad Kr. Kosa, the Minuter of Foreiffa KcUuoea, dearss as to stela that ba ire is great saUsfaeuoo Ui Dieung th aunlRers of peat from tii United Sutra. Ws will writs to you sgala shortly, and arara at Maxta, as tli courier is on th point of departure. Tbe city appear lo as ia a great slat of exultation, fire-wutks gutug off, aud bandsof niuatc parading ia e very dnertion. We hav the bono to be, your obedient servaata A. H. FKV1ER, MATUA5 CLIFFORD. Hon. J.vmss Buchanan, Secretary or ttuu. From the It. O. Delta, llth.j Later freaa Mexico. Cy Uie brig Helen. CapL Collins, which arrived yesterday from Vera Crux, we bave files of paper and letter from "Mustang," in the city of Mexi co, our Mexican correspondent at Qneretaro, and "Cavallo," at Vera Cm. The intelligence is in teresting. Herrera is elected President of Mexico. The exchange of the ratified treaty between our roinmistiioneni and Uie Mexican Government, haa taken place. Tbe troops are moving toward th seabord. Tbe projected expedition to Yucatan has received its quielus. For further information on these matters, and for the general news, we re fer to Uie letters ot our correspondents, and th annexed extracts from the papers. We translate Uie following extract from th letter of our Mexican correspondent, dated ClcaaB-rABo. MayfaO. 1818. Ei. Delta It la bow nio and half o'clock at uiphl. and it is ascertained that Herrera is elected by tba votes of eleven Kiatea, against fiv whack cast their suf frages for Tnas. On Uie lint ballot, Herrera had 8 votes, KauU Anns 3, Trias. V. Pediaxa 1, and Ocarapo t. 8o the Chamber proceeded to decide betaeen Herrera and Trias. Herrera received tba votes of tbe toUowmg Slates: Guanajuato, Micboacan, Oajaca, Pusbla, (iuera taro, Kan Luis, Tamaiibpal, Vers C iux, Jalisco, and tha Frdersl District. Tnas obtained the votes of Cbtbaahaa, Coahuila, Durango, Tabasco, aad Zacateca.' Herrera will enter upoa tne discharge of his duties tomorrow. The treaty baa bee a exchanged, and to-morrow ta coin uuaiouers leave. Citv or Mexico. May 30, W8. Kim. DiLTA To-day the dlvusoaof Uea. r" at ta ratio left lor the coast. Day after to-morrow, th divlatoa of Ciea. M arshall will leave. Our Coniniuauoneis wsrs st i)ueretaro oa lb !9th. My correapotxteut write at that there i no news there, and aolhiue more. I look for the return of oor comauaBooer ia th course of two or three dava. .-n. Butler will urt from hereabout Monday next, la coiiinanv with Mr. Kevier. At Uie last accounts, Mr. Sevier was skk st QoereUro. The Yucatan expedition, which wa fiiusg out here. has been kuorked in Uie bead by lien, turner, u was awtul nualortuue to the "go ahead" of Ute army. MUSTA5G. iiur with ffew-tira Tha U'eaiagia LTaia of yewterday publish ea In fall th treaty encl jdad soma months incaby th American Charge d' Affaire, aud lately ratified by tha Senate. Tba principal ad vantage aeenred by it i the removal of heavy do tie, with which ear commerce baa be a har dened, bat, in the words ef the Unw: "The most striking feat re, aad that which will moat attract tha public attention, i th fact that it aeeare to a th right f way from tha AUanUc to the Pacific, acroe th isthma of Panama." Oar relation with the Republic hav been placed oa a much better footing, throng h tha gotiaUon attendant on th troaty; and itaatlecU with regard to trad aad commercial latere oar, will toon be Tory sensibly manifested iV. V. Triisne. Wat vey l tava Cap-par Mlavra. Dr. C. T. Jack o, of Boston, haa arrived ia Washington to make preparation for hi tour westward. The Government baa chosen him, la conjunction with Dr. D. D. Own, to make survey of all the region of lak Superior and th water of th Upper Mia., with reference morn particularly to mineral. Dr. Jackson will survey th Lak Superior La ad District, which include th northern part of Michigan. This i very important tuiaaioa, and th report, when made and printed, will ba of grant service to the country. This will sin brace a variety f department in cinc. r Ail t'tum. michlgaa 17. n. laeMter. The Governor of Michigan haa appointed CoL itzijeraldtotheaeatialheU. S. Senate vaca ted by Gen. Ci Ta liars. Litters by the Acadia announce a great meet ing in England, at w hich it waa agreed to xe lievn the journeymen tailors in London, by rais ing n subscription ia aid of tko tmig-alion of hco thovund tailori from England totht V. Slatto. -COMMERCIAL. ajieaxaaer Flesa eager ftwak. A nrivate despatch was received here last eve ning from Wheeling, stating that the Pittsburgh packet MessenFer. on her downward passage, sunk yesterday afternoon about fifteen miles be low that place. The paasengers were taken back to Wheelingon the America. No particu lars. -Cia. Despatch, Jun 17. Cotxascs, Jon 21. Th People' Convention aaaembled here have passed their ad drees and resolution nnanimoa- y. A national convention i called at Buffalo toMHemhUon the fifth of A gust. The steamer Detroit recenUy arrived from Sault St Marie, with 1S6 bar Lak Superior iron, and a good load of pasaengere. 71 are I ad la a laaarrrrt -Taa pax a tareat- The schooner John Bell arrived last evening from Tuspan, which she left on the 1st of June. At the time of Uie sailing of the John BeU, there was the greatest panic and alarm among the people on account of the threatened attack of Uie Indians, who had nurrounded Uie place in gTeat numbers. etimalel by some as high as B.uuu. They were but twelve leagues from Tuk pan, and weie steadily advancing upon it. At Tamtagua Uie Indians kiliod several whites, and were about to execute others. The people of Tuspan were under arms, and a constant patrol was kept up. A command of hoise was sent out to rescue Uie whites. The whole command was captured by the Indians and condemned to be executed. The war steamer Vixen, lying near Tuspan, sent a company of marines and some ammunition to aid i n the defence of the town. One of our arm ed schooners was moored at the bridge ready to open a fire upon the Indians as soon as they ap peared. A. o. Vtita, ucAiiur, Freaa the Wealcra I'eaut af fries lew. Fortv thousand and fifty-foar dollar and ixty-four cent cf revenue wereeollected by ar n.val officer at tli port of Maxatlaa, a tha Pacific eeeet of Mexico, In tha month of Febr ary last. Prom lsiorta, f39,rjT3.04; tonaage. $tS3U; clMraaeee of Uaitchea S04; exaan snacie. tiiiTl iK On tha :ilt of Jan nary tha force nndav Colonel Barton, at La Pas. (Wast ceaet Mexico,) was enly on hand a and tlx mem. Hon. Elijah Hise, Cbarg d'Afiaire to Gaa temal. aailed from New York on th 9th for Chagr, to enter upon the duUeaof hia mis sion. IWcsor Litsaa, of Columbia Collets. 8. C, l Ukea hi cic;.irture for Germany, to bear a irt ib tbe exciting aceur there. I h crew of th U. S. hip Columbu hav lrtaDtd 2f dollar to the fund for furnUhing eainan'a Home in the city of Norfolk. surprised if the government, throwing overboard all their pre-conceivea pruicipien, wc.c vm., to adopt some extensive cheme cf emigration. Certain efforts were being maae to sumuiaie .iu. an enterprise, but the government is quiet, pas sive as yet, with retard to any comprehensive measures of relief. I he price oi m 'J low, which, doubtless mitiaa-e mucn uusuea-, but Uie mercantile derangements of last year ire now telling deeply upon Uie working claase of England generally. Mr Henry BulweVa xnsaiuaai. tv.. r Uiive to the cuvn isai oi uemj i. I Kn laid before ParliamtnL Iiuwei ua.o " " " , i - i The London journals, opppseu io uib a....... ministry, admit unequivocally tuai o wer rave no provocation wnaiever w government; that tier i no presenUble charge or complaint ag-int him; and that the premie . . c a -thail Iha al m rai i ta Uiat the rarvaei caoinei otiy mi do, u, quit Madrid to save him from assaaruiation, i lalse and wonniesa. Fraaee Tranquility af Parts. During the paat week tranquility ha bni m tin- Uined in Paiia, under me vigorous num...- -of Gen. Cavignc, with a larre body of reg ilar troops under nis coniuianu. mi .Mr. - have been several limes msde to create diaturbance bave been at once uppresi eo. Tlie National Aawsinoiy, urrounueu u -u waa military force, ,ts daily, ndPf'?,J degree settling down to tne ouaiucsa ui x" legislauon. lllaaaol an riacw d.m mime nana ol orksiiire. and Ihe neichrxir- hood ef Alaaichester, by armed seevnl'Ue of chartieu and repeabm, who, with Uie avowed ob jett of miik ine a rrmpathelio demonstralion in hivor of Mr. Mitchell, whose fte ia noticed in an other place, and exhibiting a public defiance ol the government, have effected a considenibledeal of mischief. The immediate rcsnlts of these demonstrations have been an almos1. suspension of business in the several localilie. The wanton destruction of some factory property, the compulsory cloKing of Uiree or four large establishment, and coll isious with the civil power, in which the police and ipecial cooKtabiee were beaten the auUioriues, however, have resorted to strong represive measure; the disposition to riot his. with the aid of the military, been greatly chi cked, and now it ia to be feared that pertect tranquility ia lat irom oeiug iraimcu. No life was lot, but several were wounded on both sides. The accounts from the manufacturing districts. though somewhalconflicting, in many respects are not in Uie main gloomy. Operaiiona for Uie past week have been limited, being almost wholly con fined to Uie execution of some United States and home orders, and a few for Uie German mnrkeL We are in receipt by the overland mail of some demands for the India market, but not to any ani mating extent. Tbe manufacturing condition of the eounlrv is critical, and will continue so until Uie re-estebludiriient of conUnental harmony. The interchange of traffic with tbe united states Is at preMtnt Uie pallalium of Great Britain. The monetary condition ot" the country atill continues buoyant. Money ip enliful, and accornmolation liberal, and diacounta are moderate. The national eecuritieii are firm, though, for Uie last day or two inacUve. They have, ot course, lieen materially affected Sy Uie varying announcement received from abniad, the vicist-itude of trade at home, and Uie speculaUve opinion entertained regarding government probabilities generally. .... An imiresioti is generally acknowledged that the present ministry must abandon office before the closing of the session. Prom Uie late defeats which Uwy have sustained in both houses of Par liament; the growing unpopularity of the Irish pol an4 O.a rreat inndiKjuencv of Uie revenue to meet Uie current demands of the Slate, Uie funds after much vascillalion during me weea, openeu well yesterday morning, with a latge influx of mo ney upon Uie stock markeL The closing quota tion wer 83 7-8 to fc4 1-4 for trtnsfer, and 84 to M 1-2 for account. Bank Stock ia quoted 191; Exchequer Billn, 37 to 36 premium. The condi tion ot the Bank of Prance is repreenled as im proving, though slowly. Business ia exceedingly depressed ui iuiie. Pola. coast of Istria. and duwovertar th eom bined fleet of tha aaemy wa obliged to tak re fuge in Trieata, where ft at blockaded by s pe ri or force. Thi new la otheraeonfiran- - ? i . . displayed in Lon- i edl rraaa Karara. IrlartiaiajSte. He obtain f'orn Captain Welch, of th bark irr.iu, from -t. Thoinaa, some addiUonal par uculars of tbe insurrection at Martinique, in Wiigenc of which waa brought here by the -cuwr crest w eslern from bermnda. Ilia ac toaulisasfullows 1 be brig Pox arrived at St. Thomas from Martinique ou the l&ih Mav. Th Caolala re ported that oa th 21st nit. lb negroes revolted, ai me Qste oi his ailing, the ZJd, held nn disputed swav over all nana f th. l.I.nrl. n cpting I'ort Royal ; the troop, by order of th aathoriuee, offered no resistance aad remained SUiet, while the iusarpenU disarmed them. The "o-of-,r officera,(r ranch,) on landing, wer "Keu io wear their badge, (trl-colored ribbon -" a cmcken-cock attached). Tbey mi "ea a few while families, who wer inimical to "ieu, be.,dea burainr 15 or 20 houaea, th first CJ or th revolt, siuc whe they bv com ''ed no further excesses. They offered no molestation ta the American aeU iB port, bit allowed their boats lo lander l"av( at all limu ,U:l. L u . j ..i . .ni.v, wuito s rcurs auu vcucrs were hot alUsred aahor after sundow. tapt, v'. also reporU Uiat th morning he "ri the alarm concus were blowing ia all dl ltious.and the muunUia road and approaches m ''e,T wtT literally covered with negroes renins; frora tjlt pi4nUljoni Bpog city. y. Jmr. of Com. f'BDtare of The police have at length cceeded in cur- rwpecling the national wc rSSS'J U w uuted tnatthcUbludunents, a inre iwwi"- r -:.. u:. lit. lelt that no aecurity existed ior punn ihe ulenuand indomitable audacity, of til.aqu. rendered him especially angerou.; but Uie truU of the prisoners now confined at Ninceanea, to Bother w ith the dismissal of th orn., baa put the power of the executive to however, a good understanaing p.c.-.. Oie executive ana uie .wui -n - - -no doubt they will survive this ordeal. The rela ih. executive and the Asaembly are at encth .elUed. Tbe member of the exec rtive rnent among the recipiecU of dosed. The government, kww, U( aarje taale. Th. sxiaar an the Utx kaoara mm tha Haear ZSrSSr U?e Ably when fc M renuire L They have, nowever, iviia. -beheard, but they are exempt frora general llen-dence. Laate Blanc's gyatea af a Ulaeawm. The determination of th A.sembly ni I th- ex ecutive to break np labor, set on foot b j Animan mon T sionea oeep ,r-c..u t. - , mtiac Uie wage ol th Maie. iav-" - -a blow at the directors of th oaertera, M. J.mile Thonut.whoscceded M, "tt'he miniMtralion Ol the onenirra - - , nighTo? ihS 26th nit. M, Emil. Thornii, jj denly .entfor byaMinUlerof Pubbo work .and . .. -a-a t hi. ortic bv two civd enguieera, IndhavlnVheen compelled tc.ign a Knign lUon, was sent off in custody of two agent of police, to Bordeaux, or th neighborhood, ' The workmen demanded Uie reinstatement of HL Emile Thomas in his function, ancUinee that tune i i I Iukm at moat dailV. uie rape. u "f .Zt ".CZ7Zr, v,..i been Irawn lrge asseiiiuiBeo w. - K k.t together in varicua parts of Parts, bnt in check by the overwhelming force both of resnUr A . Onarda broneht aaamat them. ranker Hew Fra 3C,f.nn; 7tafnl(v. Saturday. "XL Leon Fau- . I eher wa called lo the triDune to uevciopc uw worasuua. . after having of- . tesmirce neceosary io jaoorers timing the auspension of all buinea, had become the plague of the capital. They moreover present ed the greatest obstacle to the resumption of works. There were in Paris alone 120,000 indi viduala employed in tboe workshops, paid at the rate of 2f per day, enUiling on the State an ex pense of 6,000,0U0f. per month. It is impossi fT. i ..uh an enonnoua exoense without pain, when it was known that so great an amount ol labor and money was applied to unproductive works The operatives Uiemaelves condemned a system which had not even the merit of dis guising Charity. It was, in reality, a premium offered to laxineta wid inaction. One half of the population could not tnua conunue w 1 r . v. n .1 : wBaurn that The Austrian are reported to have mnde another nnsueeeasful attack oa Vicenxa, oa the igbt of the U3d. A body of I5.IHK) attacked aad endeavored to atorm th ' heij;hU ia Ih neighborhood of Uiat city, bnt were vlgoroaaly renuieed by the I Lallan edr General Da ran do. In Roman collision Is Imminent. Th retro rade party, including a certain n amber ofth Cardinal, are attempting to raise Uie 7if mai, and to sow dissension amongst th raks of the National Gnard. For some time past they hav been plotting to carry off the Tope lo Subiaco, with a view of xcitiug the ympthy of Europe la favor of hi Holiness, aud against Ih Roman people. The Union lloHenne ha a letter Irom Parma of the 20th, which ay: "Yesterday evening a preat crowd collected at th Episcopal palace nod ordered th bishop to leave immediately, who was obliged In consequence to leave the e.ltv. The Episcopal arm were tkn down and buried, and th city waa illuminated iu the even iK" At Milan, on the 28th, the voting on th question a to Uie onion of Lombardy and Pied mont closed. The anion wa carried unani mously. A mixed Piedmonteae and Lombardy Government i to be formed, to reside at Milan. Aaalrta. Th Emperor of Austria remain at Innprnck, having refused to listen to the solicitation of hi rolniater to retarn to Vienna. He iasued a nrnoJamatlon declaring Uiat an anarchical fac tion attempted to deprive him of liberty, and had obliged him either to employ force, ot to with draw from Vienna. He preferred tha bloodless alteruaUv. It wa Intended at Vienna to ad dree to bim a memorial declaring th loyalty of the citizen to th imperial family, and praying him to return. The Emperor had invited th corps diplomatique to join him at Innnpruck. Numerous and splendid deputations from Bo hemia hav passed through Salxburj on their way to Innspruck to Invite in e.mperor to ra ide in theircapital of Pragn. Greet number of the Austrian arUtocracy are leaving Vienna, wlthavlew.lt appear, of humbling the town ni radnclne- it to the lasl extremities by starv ing trade. Th Archdoche Hildegarde and Count Lazanskl bave arrived at Prague. Among tha e-reat emigrant from Vienna ar the fami lies of Lobkowitx, Dietrlehstein, Schwarxen benr, Liechtenstein, Pallaticlal. and other. The flight ofth Emperor frora Vienna ha had tha notable afieat af making Uie Bohemian at once consent to elect deputies lor the Diet of Frankfort. Th Vienna bank has ceased can pay menu. Th numerou add re see that nave been pre sented from almost every part of hi Mjeety' dominions, apeak in term of th highest indig nation of th excease which took place in th capital, on th 15th of My. Nearly all of them entreat his Majwty to transfer hi capital and th National Diet from Vienna to ome oth- ... . . 11 I J - T..a.iml ArchdtiRe jonn naoarnvoua "-!" -- Oa tha 7th f March, Con. Shabriek, In coav mand of tlx foaaclran. waa at Maxatlaa, where he waa hourly expecting the arrival aat ef the tw etorethiji, soma time siaca despatched for the Pacific, vr lh &H).IH10 rations and twa haa dred recruit for the Regiment af New York Volunteer. 11 Intend their arrival to d W,(MMI ratiomi ami IU ef the reeraiU ta UL Col. Burton. At tha datavtihavrvt written, the Cyaaa waa at San Joee, and th Southampton at La Pax. Commander John Rndd reported t Commodore Shabriek, at Maxatlaa, for duty, in the Pacific squadron, on the 25 ih of February, and waa to have started for Guayama by th first convey anc, to tak command. iV. V. Exfrto. I a la. We received by the mail of Tuesday evening, a file of Uie l'olyntian, printed at Honolulu, in one of Uie Hawaiian Islands. The latest date was to Uie 26th February, lees than three months ago, and we think much later than haa been re ceived in the States. At Honolulu thfy had a great prrKeaaion when the picture of Louis Phillippo was presented to K.ingK.amahamelia, in wmenmany Americans and other foreigners joined. From Monterey, California, they havedatesto Uie 2-1 February. A magazine had blown np and killed four New York volunteers. In Oregon, the Indians had killed a mission ary and hia family. The editor of th Str and those ef the CWi- aruuia, both printed in Monterey, are by the ear. Th PolfoetUn m filled with matter pertain ing to th island, advertisements, marine new, and from it we infer that Honolulu to n place, nd eame Yankee ar a bo at. Some of the January number ar filled with account of th battle in Mexico, from Pale Alto to the plaxxa of thi city. Th account of th hanging of the deserters at San An pel and Mlxcoee to takaa from the first number of the Jarie Star. The papers sent were postmarked MasaUan, on the Pacific, end w hav returned the com pliment and put the IVynraia en oar xchaag liaU May it flooriah. American Star, City of Msico,25th nit. CONGRESS. Thiisuat, June 15. SENATE. The Senate waa called to order and proceeded to business. A mrswf was received from Uie Houne with a joint resolution providing for the transportation of the troops trom Mexico. Messrs. Benton and Cameron offered an amend ment to Uie effect that three months extra pay be allowed them. The amendment they subsequent ly withdrew. The resolution waa men acopieo. The bill for Uie extension of Uie Naturalization laws was debated. On motion the Senate took np as in Committee of Uie Whole the Indian Appropriation Bill which after some debate was laid aside. A motion for its indefinite postpenement was loL The Senate ajourncd till Friday. HOUSE. In tha Houi. Mr. Holmes asked leave to ofte a bill to reduce the nuleare of members. Objet tinna were made to the motion. The Hoaae tnen went into Committee of the nrVnla nn tha Xaaal A naronrialioa HllL An amendment prtmdin; ta enforce the law of tha lat aeoaaaa vwiatrv wa taa doefca al pkiladat. nhia ua Fenaarala. waa aeratived. The bill wa then ordered to be engrosaed foe third reading. The Hoeae aiTawifiasa Fstnar, June 16. SENATE. Then Senate was called te order. Prvr by the Bev. Mr. Gurley. Tha Vice President laid before tha Sete commtmication tnxa Mr. Bagtry, reaignaig htoaeat. The order of Iheday. Pnvata Oaieaer, waa wen 'taken up.- Aothing of mtereM tranapirea. HOUSE. The House waa enraged all day with the Fortifi cation Bill. Sattbost, June 17. S EM ATE. The Senate to-day, ha been engaged m the dis cussion of private bills. HOUSE. Mr. Bockwell called for the regular order of busi ness. The House accordingly went into committee ofth Whole, on Uie private calender. Mr. Wick, chairman. aahtr Craws Haytl. The schooner Pacific, Captain Giltnan, from Goaaive29th (not 16ln as reported) ultimo, ar rived at this port laat evening. Captain Gilmaa reports all quiet at Gonaive and alio at Port an Princ. There was a rumor at Gonaive, recei ved by the way ef Port an Prince, that the v k rn.nl ! Anx Cavee had been beaten by a white a U.eae wae wwre Jealous or hia in terfere ace for thi protecUon of the mnlatto. It was supposed at Gonaiv, that if thi new w true, the rrencn neec, j rv-"'' would demand fcmple reparation in the matter. Bottom Trono. 14. aaaaaaaaaaaaa-aaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaw Pllaaa aflaciplaave. . A ConvenUoi of th friend of Prlwn Dtoclp- lin la th United State Haa neea caiieu - . ... .. .h. k;l Tnaadav Inthe ciiy oi rnuaaeipniaon unm - preaent month, for the pnrpeee oi a InterchaDge of opinions on the subject of prtoon cipllne. a now In force, and witn a raw . Tha ArchmiK Jonn naoarnvoua "-i" -- i j. iu. and th King of Bavaria was ipcle4 there. combritl-d acUoD 0B the part of Uie friend of lm-1 Tkmn.kani the AnacriBB dominion, tn preaaion wa gaining Krousd that th court bad resolved upon a reacUonary movement. form in the preatnt ineffectual and Inefficient mode ef punishment The object, propoeed for th consideration oi ine voava-w- on the 20th lntaat in Philadelphia, a i no .eon fined to any peculi porUon of th .object, bat embrace a comparison of th T,Um,'fd.th! proper mode ef untohment ; prtoon ato "J ita ffect en habit and moral, th propriety of fraaa Braall. Tb hip EUerlle, nrrived at New York from Rio, brlsg datea to ti 2Sth April. Th un joined Item. m body ,01 tn. new. o in Ln iforro law, relorrnation and proper treatment Th V. o. .team r,- ---' . r Ay, 1 nH.o.sr. te.BoUimor, Amen- . . rMm NnpfAii. nia arrivau vvi. . i i . fc r - tr ....j tnaiMFt Kris. Commander Wat-1 cs. - - k. I1.. urnaaal at Rio on Ul 28lh to afford work to the laoonng classes, im A - waui. nail again oo ipr nom rtn; was thi moraine; aold for account of BlCipail Na 1 f.ir th. .norn.... a.mnf ii4,6iu, haiar $M,67t) over th estimated value y I inaaca comraitte af aaid Municipality, AM iff al lai - m.r . a ' OaUal M T I fl VVMaa AT " " W" aSl Va V B I w,, . WWW mmAw . T .i " kat-n hmoVO lltheefforxsnu anortire. m pctm . , ' . l'tfun wages of the State cannot be fewer Uutn l JLUUU U ii intended to draft a portion f these th provinces, and thus Dteaa up wa - urtW AaavhlV. Tha article reUUnj to Uit mnMora at defncn af i. i.i tw nt a nroductive nature. He no ayiliu, OUlAU Bw aaia ( - ardingly proposed Ihat the men emplojed in those woraanope nuuMa m "'"K-" - Fi-ance on allthe Lnea of railroad in eonstrue Krance,on au creditof io.000.000f. for Uiat object, he did not mean t-l creaUt aa addi . , 1 L,... h .nerelv desired to create an unnroductive into a producUve expense to rvd the country of the leprosy of pauponam and tb cap- Ul of thoeedangerous i--fV The Assemoiy navine i into coruaderatit.D, wferred it to the committee of labor and finnnce. ) tree rraaaln. ThepcasanUof West Pmsnin have hlreaaed . wter to the people of Berlin threatening to st uik Md burn thi city if the ia- a " . , . . rn ..tw. k fha 24th ... not restored ui am iu - J iMay. Tte top Gazette pubLuihov their manifesto. Thn frigate BrandyurlM wa laying in tn Jar The BraaUlan He a ef Depulsea aawsmbtail en tbe 25U April. .Thtr meetinf up to the jttth had baaa aaerely preparatory aaea, andoe wld of interest. Tbn news of John (. Adam " . . ... . ( BTiaTaW ja death waa received al ru P'"- Th dlails ofth French RevoluUom lill oc cupy the Rio paper., . . - ' j , Frem LI hia aceeatiUhad been receive to the P2U April; every thvsg was ,iet there. 4 Senor Joannlm J.Plnheiro le Yconcllo btd been appointed presiatng iw I"-- Quite u severe sosthweat gale had Un ux penanced at Rio en the 20th ef A pr U, during LkUh . Rraviliaa brif. U RoM. WJlst, Uttal maay plseed In greet da gar ameag then the BrUUh man-of-war Irrif Bpy. ' N late new had-been received freuj. Monta- rdeoor Baoa Ayiwh f' ' ' .. Mondat, June 19. SENATE. The Senate was called to order, and proceeded to buaineaa. , . Mr. Webster presented the memorial or the Chic go Convention, which waa referred to a se lect committee. The bill to amend the naturalization lswswas taken np and passed. It provides that temporary absence from the United Stales, doea not vitiate Ui rights of those who have declared their in tention. ... The resolution restoring the Southern maj to the Richmond railroad, waa debated. HOUSE. r. .v. vi.i.i.. Mr Rrush was elected Speaker IU IUC ivu.f . . r durin the absence of WinUirop on account of sickness. Mr. Wentworth presented the memorial oT tie Chicaeo Convention. The conaideration of tie .i . .imt till Wadnesdav. mrnaiiiai i- - MrJ Andrew Stewart moved a suspension ol the rule in order that h might introduce a rru lntion instructing the Committee of Way and Means to report a bill increasing the duties on lux uries and foreign manufactures nnu compeUtion with American lahor. Xh ye and nays wer called, and the motion wa kaU, two-thirds not voting for it, Vauerman' bill relaUng to Foreign Exchange n..i The Uouae meet hereafter at 11) A. M. 1 SfcNATE. Tcksoat, June 3k The Senate waa called to order. Mr. Fitch presented the credentials of Mr. I iu cerald. who wa then sworn in nd took hi eU The House bill relating; to V.tterman a , a keaee waa received from the Library Committee '"hinUoduced the House bill to prevent the importation of adultered drugs. Irlr. Pii offered an amendment aubeUtuUng th .n.t. h.11 Cat that of the Honae reUUve to Vatr terman'a exchanges of weights snd measures, aa be regarded it a more peneci exenanga. ti.. k;it am.iuW. was then passed. The Indian Appropriation Bill waa then taken The amendment offered previouelv, allowin the Cherokee to remain in North Carolina was adopt ed and Uie bill waa ordered to be engrossed tor s k a4 aaal1 1 II aV The Senate then adjourned till Wednesday. HOUSE. In the House the Speaker waa reported stdl sick and Mr. Bnrt was chosen Speaker, pro U st. Mr. Houston of DeUwar offered a resolution authorUing Uie Clerk to employ Smith a invention r ..l:.... .ni. hia aad navB. A discussion arose, when on motion the resolu- a - 1.: abb tVva lathlea. Mr. King introduced a resolution authorizing Uie t:Kn remittee to erect a Granite monument to th memory of Mr. Adams in the Congressional I HJSn was crooned by Messrs. Henley ana Bowlin,who contended that the monument .hould be uniform with those already erected there, .Mr. Vinton moved that ta- to take up the Civil auon bill. .dfTTlla Mr. Lincoln ine spoao, i- t ha favor ef ia temal imrveBt. Mr. Wick msde a t Mr HadaoaUiea made a slavery apeaen. Mr Sawvet akd "Are your enumenl the JU. aawyn aaava rs..i,lt1nrT Genh sane aa youl caMiBe Tavtovf" . ,.. . nnrtioa of tass' Mr Hudson TeiHiea try '"a -r leucrraac.. oA auu4 that, Ca waa , tr STATB OF TTtADE. At tne oata af our bat wa noticed tailing off in bade-, receipts as baeomiiig nahter, sad bastaeas of ever kind a tha ileeHae, sad mora restricted in amount and extent of operations; siuc tha. there baa beee ao nnprovsment, but If aarudag a nirtaer arpraaawa. aad th past aa ceruioly hsea tb duUest week of the season. Tha river baa besoaae tea low for larje tlaa steameTB to reach Portland, andoa this account frci(tiUlo 3ew OHeaas bave advaacedi ia fact, it was impoasibU to ship to-day at any price, tir beiu( but oae boat for tb South, an I the has all her aar go engaged, this will doubcleaa hav some effect upoa the aauaet for leauiag articles am b aa Rope, Ba&'.RC Pro visiua. aVc, and will tend to reathct the dcrruiU and prevsat auy material advince la price. Sonic change have occurrad duriaf the week whkh are more paiticav laxly noticed ia our remarki below. BAGGI50 A.1D BAIE RUPE.-Reeeipta durtog lhe week amount to 10W siecte, sad 1113 cud. A bur demand has existed aad rates are higher laaaat tb data of our laat weekly report say sales tx) pea. aad about the same number of coils duns the waak at pnees rasfng from llj to 12,c, and from 5J to 6. A wis ef 29u pes and 2H0 coda was mad yesterday aa aa or tor at adfC, aad I2al2fr, but notwUhsUading tunited j)ls of Kops can be still bought at sc. aad good aaggmg at 19c caah. TOBACCO. Receipts by the Aver aw the weak amount la only Ss, aad sales to laasthaa 100 had. At the Planter'a Warehouse, 35 had wer told, a-.cat of themaeeoad aad third aaalilies. To-day 12 ahda war sold as follows: 1 hhd "Thirds" al S'-SSt 1 ft 10; t at ft SO; 1 hhd xSecoada" at $3i t U 3 j t at J 3S t atfJ ; latfj 60, acdlai3 UperlOUlbs. Thereto hnl or a tTDprovenMnt la th market, and sales have ranged as about last quoted: my Thirds" from ! to Saroada" from 24 lo3 ; "Find from 2 tojc easra maauUcturinf leaf rr-na J U5gC per tb. HEMP Slace tha date of ear last tbe Hemp market ha undergone ao caans. Receipts dartr.f th wet! amouat to 491 balaa. tba largsat ponioa trom St. Louis aad bought aad seal here on manufacturer aceount. Tbe laat seat reported waa made oa M.awlay. ton looae Ky. dsw-rottrd at gt &0 per cart. caaa. Boldaraof prune Mo. aew-rouad aud ask $t avAaa-ti. but tbey Bad difftcalry ia procanag aarckasers at tbe. f.furta. Ws quote the beat article la the market at ft tvad S2 and commea lots at t at T4) par cwt. aad ta auxaat very dull. Jlo sales of water reeled. LEAD. 9 lots of anyaia saLhig. SoftCsiesa may be quoted ia email pare alt to r.nufu-turtr at Si-Jjc Ho demand for large lota. Bale of bar Lsed aa arraaav (ore at tatfc per lb. COTTOS A5D C0TT05 TAR5.-SotnuigiM m Cottoa, and th bait article so the maxkst is offcrsd at a5gc without purebaarra. Iaicrmr may be quoted as low aa 1c. Sale of Vara eoatiau Jmited a uh ao a-larajxax from last week's pricaa. Regular agetua for the Puav burgh njanufactories soil aak 6, 7 aad be tor tha di.Tsrto limbers, and wkea to lare loU i per cent orT; but there sre others who are underaelLng these figures, and offer perhaps as inducement to (a.a customers, good yarns at &g, 64 aad 7g without any jedut-uoa. DRY GOODS. The Dry Goods trad Is very da2 at present, sad Bothiag of Imponaac baa aa Njtag ia taw lua for at vsral weeks past. Pre viuu quotauma !at bes vy Cottons and staple articles ramaia unctiangcd. WHISKY. Receipts of Raw by me river for we week amount tu "Vi tela. Tbe aiarket has been quite ,.Jy. aad the article ia good drmaad at lctalgc. tu the fore part af the week a few sales were made at Hec. but ance. tbe prw has been aaiicimiy at 16tut large, aad lijc fcrsoialllots. Sales of Recused from slots m 10. JO, aad JO bbl Iota at L3(al5gc, and some low proof as low aa jc. MKTAL- Today ws nuUie the arrival of iftltoBs" Hanging Ruck mstal, soother recrpts during the aeek; a sale ef 10 toes, kot blast Teaaeaa. ia the lor-part of the week at $33; 3U tons of cold blast al T.t ., and a sale of 10 leas hot bUat yesterday at Ju. Hangliig KuCk may be quoted at g2S30 (of cold, aud tut hut biaat. GROC ERIES. Receipts light and the market for moat srtu-lesia this line without acimaUua. ea:eroay hi khJs prim La. Sogar sold at auction a 3a31c. as Ui. lows: 4 hhds al 3 i 33 ia lots st 3. and the reU'.u 90 hhds to a Ciacmuati pui chaser at 3c. tub, saiet Is tha regular way range from 4 to tor good and choice lo:. Vary Uttle aa beea done in Coffee beoed tbe rtguUr trade sales from store. Krime Rio uU srU st TiaTj, tairTjaTlc; about Xobairelaof 3(olaaes have been aoul, to hundred prime plantation in two lo's at ilyc. auutb remuderat 22ia23c for common, and tft-ije lor gx4 and prime in small lot. Some very thin has bees sold a low a SlaJ3e per gallon. Sale of maU lots Common S- H.at 3Me. St- Louat at 3T4aJc, and retaU lots at JS 40a par gallon. Whits Havaaa sella slawiy sc .jaac. Browa froas ttooc. W leeaptlulate aad lay, rtaj saisa of Prime 5. 0. Sugar, embracing Irom oae 10 cia ones at Ualgc; hy tbe boi t.lo P"o FJj Ccffee, by tt angle or half euxea bags 7a. fiuaa riaou.u-a ja buars, hy th aaa barrel X ; Sugar ln'-usa, -JK per gallisa. PaOVlSlO.fS. rxaljts of Poii by :hi rfvtr, aad sales dana ta week Citufuwd to about !' bl 5o. 1. met, at JS ; praue at $( 2Sed io. S yesterday, aud taa day betw. uf KS bbta, mesa, ia two iota, at sS So. Yrry lair amount of tuiara kwthsea dime la Baaaa. at ahghtly improved rie. Yaierliiy and to day, we notice tales of about 60 tak clear udesat tj- ; SIiou' :1 seB at 2;ii. aad 4c. according to quuty. s frota wagoas range as Mluwss Sooulilers i; Zii-i Kibeed Sides 3a3Jr ; Clear SiJ 2V 1c i H.S round 3jc Very bole doing m Laid, in the forepart U tbe wesk. Some few sales of o-1, keg, waa isua a: Otjc. bat suvce tbe drmaad has (sllea c(T. and we bave hear t ot no important sales for several day. Houleraaie, however, firm at 6aftfC tor Ho. I. in kegs; tot . 2. la ke and baneis; choice loU of S 1 cood be sold at c.c. FLOCK Tbe price of Flour has declined to(li 3 9( by the dray toed, aod anyth ag of a la'ge lot would. not,ia ail probability, lommaed ever $3 There 1 no demand for shipment, aaa sales during tte week har been confined entirely to tb wants of U.e city, sad t supply smatl orders irom th country. Sales of thoic brands, to day, at 3 90; common at 3 Sia3 r,. sad JuJ. WHEAT Very little of tbe old crop arriving, aad ao sales of importance during tie week. To-day.w aoticaa s small tot of new, th trat that baa been brought to mar ket, selhng at Sue. It ia though: that prw tor m new crop will opel at about 0afioc for Prime. AGENTS FOR. THE EXAMINER. II. Basclav. RuieeUvaie. Ky. Rev. Hoorta Caaw. Mount Moms, r.inai. Hon. A. W. Gbamau. BowUngreea. Ky- Wai. GaasrrT, Glafow, Ky. C. II. BaaaLav, Lexinjtoa, Kentucky. J B. RuBSitx. Gaxette Otfk. Cincinnati, J. Whit a &. Pottxb, 15 Slat treet, Eoston. Eua Smith. IU Nasmrn .treet. New erk- Joh!. ScHOLartaXO, S. t. eor. Arch i. bth t-. PhUadelphin P. II. Co.-cajrr, bmithland, Ky. TV TUK LOlHriI'LE PlBLIf. nELIEVIXS Xhmi a well appointed Bath Hooas ta Usaviia wrtl ba aseeeau-nv .aaaa.aed bv tte pui. I propose the biting Bp al eaca aa eaUalav ".dar ws areamplbb thw H prwarelwa be.dred aad Sfty sab.Ura. " .k....m .rmviiiM aavra. aad won re pirlfuTl, call tla ..W..K.. af .he cuiaens f the Tbaakt-a will e-ala a 4 ap-u snd coo. mAabi. furnahed baib r is for g ea.lrmea. aad far lad is and will poawas every leooaui mr aaa 'ass. Tha baUdiac wiU beluteied laaeaaUal part of th citv. aad opened ior mmm .-j- Tba tavaas at suoacnawa - Aa'adta'aca'payaUal required from th early sas srrMwrs.t.wv wul be eamwa a. . the atoaiM not embrace 1. iiw m - No aabacripuea wai aa tfty asaaee ar sBearea. May a, u. ha ad red and VI T0C50. C. II. aUBKUY, t)tiICTO Ot-liaaL aOKTT, Lx.g-a, Af - Wit r attcad aiaaiptlT M uy hustness entrusts, ta o . .uc ar .ac. Chart as sMdersie. V.chwmg arroaaut, mx.,m. April 1. 149.- I'rwaa MavBuaai. ' The New Odsan editors have received dates from UavauatotheTUcioAt The following par aannha ata frorn the N. O. Picaywneof the 14th: The local news from the Island of Cuba-vun-important, but ww And in tha papers dates torn Meraia. to tlv3m Jtgmn somewhat roots wi r .rfnm Yucatan Tne IIVOniBHSWau".- " rvl rJ Boletin of Mrwla says tnai aooia a,w Indian desoent, riving in th. Ma' citv have raodicoJthervaeivw to awt th cause of the Slats, vohAatarily proSexxnrtnetr, j Cleveland spaecb. the Government ia taw ptirprjsw.- A ney ar f A a. lr.u.nMltl Ih1 ft OfllClllU- w manu "TCT 'kc the rZ -ha waaa hypocnl. Iron to do Uitul lanitHa ui icuuc- -r- - 1 7 i .Tktia asked. - if ha who ravolwd Luiianibi who are ravaging th. coaatry t ickrui, oa . and thramt-nuig .xtatminaban. ' h .obt - the W, and A eoo Tha aame Diner cemtau. . xu. ud u imm munn - .rifTn, aneLaa. runed by the Oovamr-aw u.- , ttOCW OTtttlV. ' " j !i-'! - - ' ' "'- ISVC PUGII & CO., J. tt Cbeaaal ra-P HIHOIlfHIA. MJ'anid l-paruwa.1 P-e Uaiuvg. aad rArvtaTwayae- -J-t -"-" lbecay.aftaea.weat aasigaaoi American t Frencn Papei rUgvitgu, Borders, Fresco & Column Pa:rs. V kia Window Papers, Fire Board Prints, &c. am af wbkb will be sold aa the moat reasonable larae, Wholesale sad Retail. Coaatry averchaai ar parUc art lavaed aacaU. UtA BlTCDSALIa. No. 531, Mdio St. oppoite Baak of h. LOUI9V1LLI: H 8 always tw sam. Wholesale aad Retail, a m" s JLlat aftba saU.rw. af P aper Hancmrs. I. Uau act, rad b pt. IS 1"4 1J. M.4.AC rtiaCtA. track- . .. . A !,n " Vrwa. a aoat tuak.' o Goal concealed his KDC1.4H nBtDHAW, mUT BEAB XITTH, LOCrtVUa. ar.. DEALER IN ITALIA V AD A-tKICA MARBLE WORK. aierea. ate., - Aaa. toavmoa hma. JJ a n .JdPutawte- Psra-wbo-aaJa sad mtail. T aul mmi la It as wl a. any oaa ta lb sell week as law, aw w " .... h- aoutiis. u. 11, , ttmm Ih eaaatry assprrliaiiy avna. " ' - Via mt fram iww as h-a. tats f asuw. drwws aad aw M ZJl carefully ack-l wa-- and as he at or anaa. ti waa ar aanu , acsa,IW40-asa.