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uted, trill 1* liber oily paid for.
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CHINESE assembly rooms. Broadway.?Hi as vaSUIKKB
M SBt'M.
CHINES* MUSEUM. 0? Uroadwuy.?From 0 A. M. to 10
> ? :
IVt \? link, Miii rtty, July 111, lkl',1,
iBiportnnt .Movement of Mr. Vun Burnt
and I lie Barnburners.
We see it hinted in the newspap^s that ox-President
Van Huron has been very much engaged for
the lust f< w months in enlarging his conriiry residence
near Kinderhook, beautifying hts chateau
ut Lmdenwuld, ami adding many ne'.v improve- ;
in* nts lo the villa where he has resided for the last
few years, on the hanks t?l the llud-oti. These,
however, aie not the only improvements and enlargements
in which tins distinguished statesman
and astute politician has been engaged ia of late.?
We are credibly informed that he has been eipi illy
busy, in conjunction w ith bis political friends and
advisers, in making several large additions to the
liutl'ulo platform of political principles, for the purpose
ot being enabled to enter the tu la of ambition
in 18C2.
The principal characteristic of the Bufl'do platfoiin
was the adoption of the Wdmot proviso,
which had been started in Cougress by Mr. Wilniot,
t>f Pennsylvania, but which liad been Hunting
ubout like a log in tile political waters lor several
years, until it was picked up by Mr. Vau Uuren,
and nihde the corner stone ot the Hullalo movement,
about u year ago. Mr. Van Uuren, as a statesman
und a politician, has always been celebrated for
originating nothiug, und for adopting ami securing
whatever ideas are utloat at the tune, that h id been
slatted by others, and that might be serviceable to
hiiufctll and party, by incorporating them for his
ulterior movements. His whole political lUe presents
nothing hut a series ol ?uclt tactics in udoptii.g
opinions, movements, ideas, und principles,
stut ted by other minds and other men. The same
character lie will retain to the but.
In reference to the present anomalous condition
f the political world, we understand tlut he und
a number of liia friends have been consulting, with
the greatest privacy, as well as with the greatest
wuimth, whether they should not hereafter gradually
incorporate in their idailorm, for future use, all
the notions and ideas on slavery, which have been
put lorih by Tuppan, Garrison, and the abolitionists
ot New York and New Knglind tor lire last
iwmt) jears. Without soma now iiiore.nent of
this kind, some fresh step in advauce of the pre ent
day, the union of the old hunkers with the j
barnburners would not yield to the latter all the ;
Popularity and rntlueuce winch will satisfy the in
in the remit of lutufe events tvir. Van Uuren is I
cunning man, and is always loomng ahead. We
are saiietied from the information that we have re- '
reived from Lindenwald, of a private chiractvr,
that the barnburners, while lltey are endeavoring
to create a uiuon with ihe hunkers throughout the
free Mates, are also pre|>uiiiig to come out in due
course rf time, not only for the abolition of slavery
in the District of Columbia, but gradually to adopt
(oiiir measures looking positively uud distinctly to
the abolition of slavery, in some torrn, throughout
all the Southern -States. The immediate motive of
such a dangerous and radical movement is to control,
completely, the popular party ot the free
Stales in the neit presidential election; for it is
very evident that, while the door was once o;>ened?w
hich was done by the Wihnot proviso?the
public mind can't be stopped at techuical points,
but will rush the whole length, und go for the abolition
ot slavery throughout the whole South. The
agitation already commenced tor incorporating
Hunch North America in tins confederacy will
also aid and assist m such a policy, and in such a
movement us w ill ultimately crush the South, and
lead to the same results in that section ot th *
L'uiou which wt* have seen in the British West
The erguns of Mr. Van Uuren nny deny the acenrccy
of the information which we have received,
disclosing the pur|M>ses of that shrewd politician,
in delihetating upon, and ultimately adopt m/, tne
hooiiim i) poney ?>| III " u.lllirou muvvi ... ?....
move went*, but we have the ntrouwj'-Ht reason* tor
believing that our information in correct, and tint
one o( the moM dingernu* *ch>-iii-n ha* been concocted
unci hutched at I.indeu wald, under lli?* au*pice*
of Mr. Van lluren, which w*? ever yet ?tlemptrd
in thin country by any political ptrty, ?n I
which will ultiniMte|y lead to the destruction and
deirolition of the !"*outhern Gluten The authority
ot i.Id Therms Jrtiernon will be given, lit due tune,
for there vu w*, by the tiiend* and paritotnaol Mr.
Van lluren ; und the recent movement* of IV-nton,
( a**, and the old hunkers o| the democracy,
throughout the free Slate*, including nl?o .Seward
and In* party, have, no douhr, induced Mr. Van
liuren to be ahead of them in th>* next great
movement. We have much moie to aajr on thia
ubject. __
lit*Mor Hi uiirs ami lira I'liri.?While IJi.-hop
Hughe*, w ith a degree ol pi. ty and intelligence
winch would have been nuitntily anprcciMted in
the tw eiltli century, In.* Iieen endeavoring to create
n treniendou* fu?* m 'hi* country by reviving rlie
famous thi id I'et* r petce, and collecting va?t
sum* from hi* industrious congregation*, lor the
pnrjaiae of Midi.g tbi* benevolence to n**i?t the
Pope at I >aeia?wiule liiehop Hugh's llt< If'eii
purailing tin* confer. w? Ihtd th it hi* lloiiue.a.
whIi more tutu liai pietv, mid a better np|*reciat|oil
ct benevolenee, till* been sending a large ..no I,f
money to bed the hungry and e!oih" the u*k'-.l,
t unhappyi unfortunale, t.iul (-ri?hin.r Ireland
According t? the L*r account*, hi* lb>| ,, ?, notwithetanding
the curtailment of In* ration hy Hie
honiun republic, and lh?* rmallu< <>l In.* Utd> r
Miliaria, lin* bran able ?o spnra fifty iboUMiid
Imii' " to help the poor Iri-li in th-ir |*r?-m*nt
dirtrrrt; ind, what i? rnorr, that *11111 liu* mindly
been ?? nl o??-r tn that b? .(ilitul, li-wil<J< r<-<|, |, .
witt-lied, and bedovilhd idand. Ih a |?ra? li.
nl If r Mill *llltll lit'- !*<?, I >-ta give* tn 111'
iliolio|i iii Mulberry *trr?t, one tint i?'i|ilit ioo|K*ii
|ii? eye?, nn<l induce him t?> act roof from ration *1
b? n?-\ol? ri? ?* than '-van? rrcpt pnp*ilar.ty. Hut more;
while till tlr? terrible fuea war mad by lldio,?
Hughe* in collecting t?> ? i'l th?* tuning I'opr, we
would lik ? to inmnre again what ha* b> one* of
the fund of thirty-fin- Umue-ind dollarr. wliich w-n
centred ami bagged iii tin- city many inon ill n"o,
for the purporr of benefiting Ireland? a *n it ol
money which timet be ;n it ho n< " eorifwlfre,
bnt r.f the distribution ?f aliiuli w< me-Lcard .
word during the recent nl i o .< Hii between tli
Mirhop and hto former ir.nHi on th" collection of
WtrrpfBtr. Wkol li.m keconf of tli thirty-five
thoiiHHmf dollars^ t in lli*l?oj> 11 ?g!? ? nil nnything
of thin*
Pkvoli'TION in Europe.?The progress of revolution
and republicanism, in Europe, seems for the
present to be under a dense eclipse. Tlie Freucll
republic, under the presidency of Napoleon's nephew,
has allied itself to the de-|xita and monurchs
by which it is surrounded, and presents an aspect
of almost ludicrous contradiction to its birth and j
pretensions a year ago. The liberty of the press
in Paris, and throughout the departments, seems,
under the state of siege, to be completely suppre ssed,
und the Assembly; recently elected by six millions
of people, have adopted a policy as stern and
despotic as that of the military governments of
Austria und Prussia. The revolutionists, democrats,
socialists, and movement men of all ranks
and classes, arc scattered throughout the continent,
and have even to apply to the press of London for
a channel through which to promulgate their sentiments
and views in the present crisis ot ufliirs.
Rome must full; the Pone will, probably, be restored;
Italy will be thrown back toiler former
rifftnif ; Hungary must overpowered and overrun
by the armies of Austria and Russia, an i the
soldiery of Prussia have very nearly extinguished
till symptoms of change and revolution in the Rhenish
provinces bordering on France.
Thus, in one view, France and the surrounding |
monarchies present almost the satin' character- i
istics of governmental action and public policy, in J
spite of ull the efforts, and all tb>* noise, and nil ;
the expectations, which have b"en excited throu ,!t- ]
out the civilized world lor the l ist two year*. Tttia <
sad and ludicrous picture of the cli'orts of intelligent
men to establish popular got?riun *nt, Ins
been mainly produced by two causes of very different
origin, but operating to similar remits,
(hie of those causes springs from the incapacity, 1
imbecility, folly, absurdity, and stupidity of the
leading republicans of France, in endeavoring to
abandon practical measures for visionary theories,
and overlooking just and regular action for the
reveries of socialism and other follies of the d iy.
The visions of Louis Diane, Ledru Kolliu, IV million,
and even some of tlio?e of Lnnarttne,
formed the first nucleus of this cause, which lias
biought about the present lamentable reaction on
the public mind and policy of the French republic,
with ull its train of similar inllucnces in Italy and
Gtuniany. The next cause, operating in a similar
way, but from a dilferent origin, may be dis- '
covered in the tact, sagacity, dexterity, and m tu" j
npement, of the Bintrie and its agents, both politt- I
cians and financiers, who have availed themselves ]
ot the fellies of the movement party, to lead the
public mind away from the establishment of rational
republicanism, und the promulgation of ,
popular opinions. Among the heads, and some of
the masterspirits of this party, who have managed
with so much skill to place the French republic 111
her | resent position, we may enumerate that re111.likable
man Thiers, and others of a like clii- :
racier and capacity, by whom h* is surrounded in
Turin. The politicians of the Bturse?the linan- i
ciers of 1'aris, London, Vienua, and Berlin, while
they furnish funds to the military or republican t
despotisms, promulgate their policy at the same j
Thus, in one view, may be presented the aspect
which France and Kurope now present in relation
to the great revolution of the Hge. It is under a I
complete eclipse. The popular impulses have been
overcome by the combined folly and absurdity of
the revolutionists themselves, seized upon by tie '
financiers und politicians ot the mod-'rn school,
who have turned their faults to their own advan
tage, and almost to ih>' actu.il extinction of republican
government mi J France. Yet this is bat one
of those partial obscurations w Inch can't 1s t long.
The people vf France und all Kurope can learn
practical democracy only by repeated attempts.
Alter tic. lingering attempts that are yet in action
have been put down by the military power of the
monarcha combined with France there may be a
seat on ot very interesting and amusing repose in
Luro|>c for u few years. The immense public
debts of those various governments, whether royal
or republican, w ill increase and still more burthen
the |ieoplc with exactions of all kinds. We can
only wait w ith patience until me popular iiiiud is
properly educated, and the popular impulses shall
be directed to legitiiuuta cuds, by competent and
intelligent men.
^arllloNAIll.k Wmfriko PuCII?FiflHOKAIU
Viavkl.?A complete revolution seems to have
token place during the prescut season, pu the
amount of fashionable travel, and attendance at
fashionable watering places. In comparison with
burner seasons at tins day and date, the railroad
curs and steamboats are half deserted, and .Saratoga,
Newport, Sharon, and other places of fashionable
resort, present nothing hut emptiness
snd melancholy. The correspondents whom we
sent to tho-e places, that they might pick up the
gossippicg and nrws, have tried to make the best
out of the scanty materials; but not lit twenty
yeuts, we ure tree to say, has the number been <>
comparatively lew as now is presented at the
laelnonahle wutering places, and along the lines
ot fashionable travel. The i'nited Stales Hotel
at Saratoga, has only us yet numbered about two
hundred at the dinner table ; Congress Hall, and
the Atnrru.ui House, reach a far more diminished
number, Sharon Springs are hardly heard of,
and piohubly are uutruauit d. A lew old women, of
the last century, some ot theui in brs-'ches, equally
Hiiti<|Uuied, are said to have sighed in mt-l.tneholy
solitude in the halls at Kockawajr. Newport, so
fashionably crowded last year, presents noiinng
but tnptiuess und desolation?splendid scenes upon
the sea shoie, and splendid mm* ry in the unfilled
corridors. The Ocean llou-e counts only about
tw i n'> families up to Saturday last, and the Atlantic
about thirty-live, including children snd
What can be the meaning of this terrible sute
cl Iliin; s! Is it the < holm which is hi the atmosphere
winch keeps the people al liotne t Is it the
wai.t o| money ! Is it the reformation working
by Father Malhew t What can be the meaning
?t thin diminution of vitality in American faslii<
nabie society t The fashionable brokers in Wail
ittrft null r? main hi their old thoroughfares. few
o| mi) note havr, .m yet, left the city, and I hone j
w ho have, atr H' ti'-rully rusticating in a quiet way,
u hi re n? wspapers, reenters, h tt? r-writters, m<liinriF,
|kh tn, mmi polka dancers cannot reach them.
In fi.ct, the polka reason has scarcely Commenced,
as yet, unleaeni some of its features, displayed in
th> landaniro shape, with very little di apery, by
the street walkers, in norne ot the upt>er w trda,
n the recent wartn evenings. We are much
kliMitl ih.it iln i> will ? tefnbte revulsion
nrm i>p the fashionable hotel keepers, some ol the
ri.ilroade, several of the sleaiuboals, and nin >m(
the liram m nttc itself. Ileally, It seems m if a
complete revolution Mas going to overtake the
t nhii liable world, iii their appropriation of the
'Iiiii ?tv lii rum inonihaot summer. Privacy and
p<> try are sought, instead of glare and folly. 1
.'ii hmi-? s hy die iniMiniiiin "ide, and little villi
i n the edges of meandering brinks, present
iioni r indue ileitis than nil the glare ot the
I t'at ? leiing p noes, which have heretofore Cnrt
:< H all b' (o|i* lit. in,
I ns I nn VItin M.i.nana. ? Wo give hi oar colunn
- to-duy a hiogriiphioul ik'tch of the lite Mrs.
, Mad in n, ? lit'itv 'I I'r nidi lit Madison, who d*part,
d tin- Me m few day* since in Washing! ?n
'In. i|eii .< d w.n M.-ll know a " a tidy of superior
attainments, and us one who wis th" ceilr1
round which tin1 fa*h on of th? imtry revolve I.
II. r .'i ll: i 1- deeply ! li|o-|i'.-.| |,y all w in. || r| ||(e
pi a . f licr n? i'luiiitaiice. .she w m a pattern
>! i.iiMiiity. rHiaeNKiil* an<l rlcffMK'e nt luinitT*.
11. t Mw-i'Mjr court.' I in Wnshtflfci ivl
do. nh> i>". IVr bii'^fi'yhjr i? ry iinrff?tm r.
Tin1 Pio^r! ? t Mi" l^ik" Km- T- Icunph <V,
(?)')< iuy ?) If Id >'.? vmi-niuri il iifi.iw </!">
ini,d. i mini. iu'y2l. rni'l uidi'icil i 'iivim.ti ,i| |
per rritl to ' I-i ivuM" mi th-' 14th, ut
1'kvl' ud.
Cu?tom-Hou8| am> Font.?Since the new Collector
has been installed in office there have been
about one hundred und twenty removals, and aa
many apj>oiattnento. The number of applications
for office exceed six thousand, and the cry is
" stdl they come !"
Connected with these applications there have
been many amusing incidents growing out of the
folly, inexperience, greenness, carelessness, 01
impudence of candidates, all which we may present
our readers with, some hot day, for theii
edification. There is nothing so refreshing as t
good laugh, or u glass of good water, when tin
theimometer is at HI degrees.
The immortal Captain Hynders has been dis
missed; hut this had no reference to his involve
no nt in the Carleton House aff air. Several pioui
saints have been retained to take his place, bestdei
some appointed. It is said that the captaii
called upon the Collect ir, und show ing Ins lette
of dismissal, very pompously demanded to know
how it was, und " what is meant by addressing
me as'Mr." instead of EsquireV " The Col
lector looked at htm, and politely desired him t(
have the room, with which request, he as politely
.i....I., tl.ot shn..l/
I.I.J, >.it. , .." VI"UI.I .tBi......s .. """ft
lmve asked such a question in the presence of .
room full of people.
Tne new Collector is an early bird; he is often
in the Custom House by seven o'clock iii tin
morning. 'Tis saiu he has more than onci
visited the Custom House in medio node, to sei
if Ins guards were on the alert. To their cred'
be it suid, he has never yet caught them napping
'Twas otherwise at the Atlantic dock, where
our readers are aware, some millions of propertj
are sti red under charge of the night and day watch
iSome days since, 'lis said, Mr. Maxwell took thi
revenue cutter, and visited the Atlantic storei
before seven o'clock in the morning, and, to hii
astonishment, found the faitliful ruttodet absent
He very quiitly waited till nine o'clock, when thi
officers arrived. The Collector coolly took thei
names, and suspended them, saying ,wilh Othello
" No longer shall thou be an officer of mine; i
faithless officer is u useless thing." We under
( land six of the officers are placed " hnrt de com
iat," und, if wliurhs said be true, the Collecto
terved them right. They will be more careful 11
Father Matiikw on Hotbi.s and Hotel-Keep
,no.?it will be recollected that Father Matlrew
on his arrivul in this grout metropolis, was lodged
under the auspices of the corporation, in the irvini
Hotel of this city?a hotel which for stijierb ar
mngements, choice wines, exquisite euitinc ant
nilioirablr management, under the regime of D
1). Howard, Esq., is well known to all distinguish
ed men throughout the country, and beyond it
limits. ISefore he took his departure from hi
comfortable quarters in that elegant establishment
the pious father could not resist the impulse of hi
benevolent heart to express to Mr. Howard hi
sense of the endeavors to make him comfort.ibh
while he was under his roof. Here is a copy of tin
note which the venerable father addressed to Mr
] toward a few days after he departed on his mts
siou of benevolence, temperance, and morality
throughout this siuful country :?
New York. July 11. 1849.
Dur Mr Ilnwiiti:?rrrviuus to rnj d?p?rtar? from
tb? Irving House allow me to return my vueem thank
for the uniform kiodnc*- and uitenUi.nl have expo
rtinved Rt your bunds. The order and aeflomin .datioi
ol youi extensive eslRblishmsut deniauds theexpressioi
of my warmest approbation I'o a stranger visiting tt
be run ultbouiili iu the society of buudreds enjoy thi
couitorts and oouveuii nee of a private home I nnlj
regret the trouble you bavo tukeu In supplying rnj
tut.le with tbe abundance of luxuries which were al
my command. did it suit my inclination* to partake o
them. My stay at the Irving Housv. shall be gratefullj
entwined with lbs rriueinbrauoc of my reccptiua bj
the niiwus of .New toil.
1 am. my d> nr sir. yours dsvot-dly,
P. D. lluwxnu, Exq , rrop ietor Irving House, Nil
The approbation which the venerable father thm
bestows on the Irving House is no more than wha
it is entitled to. We entirely concur, and so cai
thousands and thousands, in the same sentiments
We know what that tabic is. We have tasted u
those luxuries which attracted the attention, bit
not the palate, of Father Mathew ; but we have al
wuys tuken due care to be teinjwrate in the use o
nil those good things which are furnished at th<
Irving House. The certificate here given, whil<
it does no more than justice to the talent and capa
city with which the Irving House is couducted
speaks, in the highest terms, of the taste of ih
coijsir.ition, in making the selection which the
did of that house, in wbicli to lodge the most bene
volent man of his age.
'J'iix Ht shay Liot'OH.?Notwithstanding all th
threato of the Mayor, the jjrojj-shops were ope
yesterday in considerable abundance. In the 2
ward there were fifty-five cases, which are to b
re|>ort*d to hia Honor u^-day. In every ward som
were open, w Ink others were closed- In the ward
up town, scarcely one was closed. Now, it aovni
to us to he a haidahip on those who ohry the l.w
by closing their stores, that other* are permittei
with impunity to keep them open blither al
should he coiii|M-lhd to close, or none. The on I
penally the Juw inllicts is the withdrawal of th<
license. l!ut it so hsppens .hat the Mayor, Alder
men, and Araisiaut Aldermen must all unite nbou
a rase before the |?-uuhy can be lullicted. Iler>
is the difficulty. The Mayor, it is said, wishes t<
enforce the law, and tome of the Aldermen w.-l
to co-operate wuh htm; but some wdl not, fearin,
they might end inger their nomination n -*t elec
lion. Purely u would have been better to a* rtau
this in time, before a bm/um /ulttm w..s i? ,;ed
the ? nly ell> et of which will be, to hrin the l,v
and the authorities into content,*. We I <ro?-?
very clearly that the law will not be enforced, aui
that Sunday liquor will dow as usu?l. In I ict, thi
r.\eiri.-e ?| Miithority is g* tier.illy re,y>i r*| J by tin
people a* an interference with their person il liber
ty: Miid the tendency will be, ?.? mike them driril
mote, prtiii.ps, on Muud iy than on any other ilaj
in tile set en, out o| sheer opposition. Was it r
pay mii empty eompliuient to Tatlier Mathew tii t
this id-Mil isi il step w its adopted t We fc ir it will
tint aeive.
hwt JlVTt r- *sn Pot.u t Jt-t i r. Wehivi
r? I ' oul evcial cmious statements and develop
nients, exhibiting the charnctcrofoiirpolicejiisticn
p.t different ctatious, mid the very equivocil in nine
in whieh (aihee jnstiee iadtspensed anil distrihut-t
to the si.fi rm^r p* ople of tins suHennir conminnit]
in thi.- suffering Hgo of a suffering w rid. Soon
id ill* -e dev* Icpments nre laughable, some of then
ate disgraceful, snd many of tliein exhibit ihe tah-n
and eapaeny i I ih*>?e useful public oilierr* in inj
thing hut a crediiable light to thvtaarl/cs or t<
those pettifoggers hy whom ??>me ot thent are sur
round* d. 'I lie profession of the l.iw is an hotiara
hie profession, but like all protessions, a high am
low, ii villains Htm criminal h.ri uiki.i union,
ilo m, who demnud the attention of the org ins o
|Mihlic opinion in order to turn their duties nod c i
pacifies to do lie-t advantage ol' those who h:?V(
placed lliern where they are
< 'i a Pa. kit Fine ( /uratvs ?We think it dm
to the captains ol the regular packets, to state thn
the Ctdun.bna, roinriiiuidi d hy (.'apt. McCerren, ii
to t h packet, hut what is culled a transient ship
mid, although a very fine vessel, she should not h.
c?nloiinaed with the (.'olumbia, of the < 'Id Line o
Liverpool packets.
Fw vi llio Jankin i.?We have received our re
gular lih s ot the Jut mil tin Vontrrrio, hy the harl
lJ. f. lioi d. II, ('apt t Jo.xii II, from which we vx
fact the following:?
The rnereaiitilc house of J. I'ereira de An.lral
and I'. Antonio de A/eveda, stopi?-d payment "I
the 27th of May, and wis declared bankrupt Hi
day following The editor, n acknowledging n
I . tiroHl ol the It'h i I M .v. tie :> Ot ' 't 5ft
\ tnh |mpers to do 1.1th April, pronounce*, in a ver;
?urmoary manner, that tin y coal i ti noining w iiii
* r ? I any tnle|e. i, .je.pt a ht'l new i a'?o i
California siaiinta \de|aide, a yomi:; arti-t fio:i
L'-hon, is I'pn.'Mio .1 to up,." ,r? I'U tlf' hr r ;nn
at h" tl'.' "re (.f s lVdfo, at Km.
Appcannc* of Holxiken Y rater da/?The
Late Awful Tragedy.
To the rightly disposed mind it is innst gratifying
to go into any of the suburbs of this grant metropolis.
here to much is to be seen to please the eye and to
cheer the heart. The first thought that enters the
mind is one of profound veneration for the memory of
the mighty men who. under the guidance aud protection
ol Divine Providence, bequeathed to us this great
aud glorious land, upon the arms of which the dews o'
two oceans rest, aud the resources of which' are as inexhaustible
us the country itself is almost bMindless.
Washington might well have raid ?
,l Hie tgo nrc mrlne rentes, n?c ttmpora j.ono,
Impmuvi siiir Jim- d-di "
' No limits have 1 tix'd. ot lime or place,
To the vast empire of our noble race "
Yesterday, the day was so tempting, a most salutary
changi haviug taken place In thweather, we went to
Hobokcu, where We ia? thousands upon thousands of
our l'ellow citizens enjoying themselves, inhaling the
breeze and thus taking advantage of the relief which
it hath pleased kind Heaven to send us after the distressing
hot weather whijii had been experienced du^
ring the pa twcik In the va?t eoncourse of people
I that we r aw there, wan not out* shabbily <Jrein#il pereon;
-> i no pule. emaciated countenance*; no picture* of star>
ration; no ragged garments; no squalid tui*ery; no
1 hull'niikcd children; no mendicant*. uppi aling in the
i woti pili ous anil piercing tone* lor charily; no policelin
n with their irou-li udcd bludgeons; no truculent
, soldiers were to be seeu, but in their stead. happy anil
? cheerful countenances; neat aud well appointed garim
nt*; contentnieut. plea-ore and s itlbfuotiou, aud
i otl.er evidence* which indicated the possession of
! health and the coniform of life, in a degree united to
t I the calling of i ach. In this country the poor uiau liar
hi* privilege* us well uk the ricli man. and he cau enjoy
Iheui willout let or hindrance The ari-tocrat
> may roar above, and a I feet to look down upon the poor,
a but honorable uiau. who boa-ts of hi* straightened oirI
cuuistauce* a.- a proof of his iutegrity in these dry* of
moral degenuaey. and say* lo the arrogant and the
g wealthy ?
11 l et not ambition mock their useful t > 1,
B I Their homely joy* und destiny otiicuro;
H i Nor gland) ur bear, with a di-dainlul smile,
The short and simple aoeal* of the poor."
dVe sun the yonug man. and hi* couiely intended?
e preauiMt d to In. ?o, at. all event* from the peculiarly
r cement und defereutial style of hi- conversation the
glow o! hiaitti we saw an uiauy a cheek, and the out>
line* of beauty upon uiany a fur lace, and n> I iuger
1 cppre**ed with, aud borne down by tlie to at. limy
trippid along with a step a* light a* tlmtr heart*
The reason why Hoboken i* no popular a resort may
at once be perceived It* proximity to the city?the
cheap and i a-y mode (if getting there?the beauty ot
it* position, and the magnetic intltn bow of the scenery,
d and cnuulry ail around it?the M i peu'ine walk* -the
I shady bower* ? th winding p. at It way* ? the cave, with it*
' story of enchantment, art antong the inducement* to
i. 1 tloek to it. atti r the toil of the preceding week, to take
in a fresh supply of lioulth in order tube able to dis?
charge the dulic* of tile fortheoiuiog Froui the loll,
.No* 1 ork from one end to the oilier may be seen, and
al*n it* tlnuting lore*t. which speak* trumpet-tougii"d
' for it* prosperity, imparlance. Mud Commercial gran.
1 dour. At the base of the bill run* the rapid, but u it
multitudinous water* of the Hudson, the magnificence
' of wibnfe scenery ha* challenged many an abler pen,
and which tia* received a liberal and prompt meed of
adtuiraliou trout every foreigner who ha- had the good
fortune to see it. Noble and majestic Hudson! ? with
3 umjiiulifn d pleasure wu address you iu the language of
_ Smollett :?
Still on thv bank*, so cailv rrceii.
i May numerous herd* and docks be Keen;
d And lasses. < haunting o'er tlx pail,
Aud shepherd- piping in the dale.
3 And ancieut. faith. tbat known uo guile.
; And industry. eiubrown'd with toil.
And hearts reeolv'd and ha.uds prepared,
The blessings they enjoy to guard.
The hour.ee are of various dimensions?some very
k large, aonie of the middle sile. wltb tbelr atately trees
in front and their gardens in tbe rear, where tue rone
'? diffuses ita tragrance, aud invilea the acunea to linger
over it.
'' How beautiful tli? rote, aa it unfolds ita vernal dyes,
And breathes a holy fragrance round, like Inoouae from
1 the skies.
* Cast to tbe breeze the sparkling dews that glitter on its
1 And wreatbea around ita blushing brows a crystal
1 diadem
s Heboid (bat gentle maiden, In tbe fair fresh mien of
r 1 pon her cheek the holy glow ot innocence and truth.
' 1 he sudden shock of sorrow strikes, the blush no lunger
' ' glow*
But verifies the fate other fragile typo the rose "
' Many of the cul'agi-* are sweet retreats, and. to the
1 ! moderately Inctiued. tar preferable than the proud mansion,
with its spacious halls aud wiuiLiig stairs.
" Thy snow-white walls tbe lattice green,
j Which Veil* each modest eye of thine,
The treie which throw their shade bet wean,
On which the ripening fruit Is seen.
1 i The gsy rose, uiallew and the vine,
t ' All?all delight ine ? but the d sir
! Admits me to a heaven within;
1 No iretti d celling felled floor.
>. No gorgeous trappings, hut there a mora
i I Of rial hli-a than uiouurrhs win
" I es dear loved cottage while beneath
t : Thy bumble roof, true bliss Is untie
The votive cbaplet I will wri athe.
' And here my grateful numbera breathe,
a To thauk the Oiver'a hand divine,
e The charm* i f palace, tower or dome,
Milk gilded pomp I covet not.
c Thou, dear white cottage art my home,?
F rom liouie I never wish to roam.
Content can gild the humblest tot."
' Ilobokeu la. indeed, a beautiful place, but, alaa!
e there |* Mood u; nil Its face (In it* e#euleh?oo there
? is a dark spot, the murderer has letl his mark there.n
V a vl-ited the aeene of the late awful tragedy all
was ijutet. and a solemn stillness reiguedaround The
bouse was closed up and not a sonl was tube seen
ciri pt a fi male, who spoke t<> us through the lutert.
atiees of the abutter of the adjoining bouse. Iler uarlative
was a moet painful one and she h oii J alarmed
n as she related Ihe partirular* ol the bb*idy deed. Sh?
J spoke highly of the deceased, (who was burled on
bntuiday), aud said that her wretched ho-Duid had
v u?u no KiuuiKi wiiripti r i?ir uiuk u<*r uu'-hij.
q Krom tbr evident* takru before the I oroner. it appeared
I last the murderer wa? in a ataic of Intoilc 3
tit ii when bo bathed h|a band* la hi* wtfa'a bio id O!
a druiiltt uki'pt. th?n Hilt of Satan what nninae ha*t
thi>u not eoRitultliaf llt>w many fli??ida? hi.I
tbou not rendcicd de*alat?? 11 many wldiwi
J ami otphaim ha?t tlioil not made? Ifiw int.iy
II a in b'e home loft thou not overthrown ? how mwiy
hi pea iia-t tliou not blu'ted ' bow often hat th" Iguoy
million* acitffold flowed with the blood of your ilctluK
? how oft on b.iat thou not violated lb* ino.t aaered obilgaltoua
? in ho", what rooruiity known to in .rtal* by
inline baat thou not r uuuttted ' Cut a truce In them
I tn uioiidoUH interrogation*. tin- anaaera to whiab are
lianght with iU'Ii cru-hiog truth* The great an I ll'
luitii'iil* ajio?ile of T?uip -ranee la now aoi out o? and
, Bitot alneerely do we hope that hi* mi**i?a of pace,
rbarity and br<>?herlt lore amy b aa liCflei.fol aa Ilia
' benevolent heart de lrea ; and If, by lh? help of Uivlna
, Providence It ataonld be. then Ind -ed the teniperanc*
Bailee will have achieved on tbla side of tba Atla it.e.a
glorioua triuin|da
^ 1 lie follow low ' the letter of the Me* Mr I'hrittine,
Iti tehrrree to the miinlir of tlra. Ilunn. whteh wc
file a* we haie recriwdl' from the rev-rend gentlav
loan Itheeda no comment it apeak* lor itwett.
> 11* MiToa:?
. \ ? r paper. of to-day, wa- plared in mv hand* thia
' no rii'1 II in whteh I liberie an all 11 -t u to the tragedy
< euaelid at lhl? place y.ateiday afterno >n wine 1 arcoo
11 I* Inlaw irt in beginning to an I 1 be name >! the
e'reet i.f the tnuideri r and hi victim. the conduct of
tie victim ami th" el. r t/uiati a e all notrue conti
ropliblc falM-homl*. I hete are but two f |erw/men iu
the plane: one li*e? In fYa*liln{tiin *tre*t. an I I lire In
f Harden atreet. ill coiir-e. I am the clergyman alluded
( to in y our piper l.a*t ppririg I WFV* app nnted by th?
Saw irtny vnmial Oferi ore f the VI K.I hurrh to
I tin* rlaiya I in the hoi h of viay I comm. ne*d h mrdlog
with luria Wbitiu-iro, t.a.j ao l continued *> to do
till the 111 h Inal , at which tune Hie family w> nt In'n
the ci unity, to afay ao?nn four week* I tnok burd
with another finiliy until they returned I to k
aou.e cliolu * with no-, but left all my book* and nearly
Bit niy thing*, at my permanent b 'anting him?? (>n
yeati rday. atahirg *otne of toy b?>"ln from my book*
a ??a?. I went to the front door of the h'ui.e, a* u*ual,
r and lound ll locked I Im ked around f.<r an i?e of the
children to open the door, a* I wa* uu>ic.|u\int> d with
i the par* lata having. Indeed, arret ap keu to either of
. ll . Hi nor did I even know them hv eight Not ae ing
tlo children I went through i he alley way to V|r.
* limine kitchen door and ?nw htm <*tth hi* ?tfr, ri>le by
l ?l?le. In the do<>r liulint fr< ui th" kitchen Into the ?italiift
room; I *poke nut. however to either la particular,
nixi raid. " h ill yon be ?" kliol a* to open tilt front
f d ? r I elrh t" no up to my room. a< the do r I* la-t,
and I rannot pet u|> the hack way The lady replied,
"I or. air," and o y. Oed It and n turned to the kitchen,
I Mi|>po?ed from the front door the .tatrway Irxli
directly to Mr. H hltno re r r?mn I immediately
| |until up rtair*. |'it the hook* I wlahcil, and rat down
. lonatl in ale nt fl*e miintit r atit r i jav|htaf nf tile
j diccarctl as> rl thirteen who had Worked for Mr* Whit
lit i. ran.* it. the head oi the ?i nir> and -aid. 1 Mother
la *oin> ti I.are Mr l?unn arreted to-night. for he
S rhuat d her la?t night with an a?e, and threatened to
kill lirr and rhe l? now (one to Mr* llav?n* " At thi*
lliitiiat n irirl fame altl rn'd "lie |* none to the store "
, 1 he dni .k r then Went down *tair* and ar nnd to the
klirhin 1 in-niothi r returned nnd the murderer anon
I nf'er I'rercnily I h> aid aereani*. and erlwa for help I
s lan down nnd war met near the d tor hy Mr M dt
We tit III ap|troneheil the kitchen t| Mir and were met. hy
I Mr lUinn when he remarked. i ?. I re done It; I
K Mll? <1 h'r I tie n f*i the fir?t time In my life.
, enteri d will In the precinct* of their own ?,iart'
nientr sod eaw the victim welteriiut In her g tre, Arnordlrft
to the evidence given at the ( oronar'a In
qiieet thire weie no perron* pre tent at the time of tne
lie*< dy. care three of the ehiidren mi l the parent; *n
that the rtatemeiit of the ciergyinvn an I the rlctim
t dalijing or !?irig too familar are lo t only untrue in
Into to,! couteuiptihie aod nialirtou* ftlaeh toJa.
Where klr. (Minn received hi* lmprea?|on? of fr-edom
bet wo* n invnltaod hi* rpome I know nd a* lam
at.le to prove that I never rp ike to tin la ly In my life
The |i ap from the window I* to i gl ?rio< t need a re.
filiation. It rofulra It.iif Mr Kdltnr fn? hare been
lanpo*oil npon. *he wa* rtruek on the h>al wl*n a
em i i.t 1.1 mi lion but not on the body; *he >a nil*"
f <|t<ni111 I citli the oliiernian I mm m ver * i ? tn, n
t together end the ;e i-ou p perron* eli > fnrnt?he.| the
roe* i? (I erring of the Ci.cratioa t erery hone t.
I nnti In the r "nmtinity. and ehould he mat ti d
I Mi g S> me no my to the i hrt-il*o re igt-oi ha'h I ore
| thi* Hut why hole lii* leal ' Why not eni? out
' | openly, and lot lie know eh > h" I* ' l om man let ine
' iwh at j<'U|ttUui* ?li thai I n??* Adv-f
bow to opprnach j'li < 'nme to the light. that I may
reek on the power of the toe? He who thus act* to the
dark in a coward of the baser! kind Mr Kditor. I
huff bm injured, deeply injured by the account of
the tragedy. and air. I claim the pririleg-of defendiug J
myself through the Mimeehanuel through which I hire
been defamed. I demited ilr. of you a retraction of the
i barge in your paper. Respectfully your*.
Corner of Garden aud t 'lilf street*, 1
iloboken. N J J uly 14. 1849 i [
The ProgieM of the Cholera.
.Mtvof'i Ori'iti, New Ynaa, July 15. 1819.
The Sanitary < ouiuilttee of this city report 78 uew '
oar en. aud 37 deaths, of nliolora, an baying occurred
during the last 34 hours.
Cases. Dratht. Ditrh'd.
In Centre street Hospital 8 3 4
Williuin rtreet Hospital 80 9 4
Ward's Inland 5 0 0
Lunatic Asylum 10 4 0
In private practice 33 21 0
Tital 76 87 8 ]
We lire requested to state, that a cholera hospital
has bieu established in 13th street, between 7th and
: fctli avenues fur the accommodation of the upper part
| of (lie city, anil the name la now ready tu receive
i patients.
I 1 lien Morton was found in Broadway, at 1 o'clock
| yesterday morning attached with choiera. She was
conveyed to the Centre street Hospital.
Sr. Louii, July 12. 1840.
I)r Harding Lane, the oldest uitizeu physician in St.
Louis, died yetlerday of cholera. He is the seventeenth
pbysiciau who baa died since the first of May.
1 The interments yesterday were 157. of which there
I were of cholera. 124. '1 ho deaths from cholera, since
, the 1st of January, number 3.650; of other diseases
I M??.
At Belleville, a small village in Illinois, near this
city, the deaths from cholera, since May 20, number 01.
| At (iruveB'Settlement, live miles from this city, 180
have died, out of a population of 700. The opinion is
gaining ground that the cholera is contagious.
St. Louis, July 13,1849.
The cholera has somewhat abated. The intermcnte
yestcrduy reached 136. of which 106 were, lroui cholera,
; and 31 trom other diseases.
Sr Louu, July 14, 1849.
The reports of the cemeteries, yesterday, show a still
> further decrease in the lavages of the cholera, uud it is
' now t in uglit that we have seen the worst of this ter|
title tcourgi) 1
The mteiments for thu the twenty-four hours ending
I at noon yesteiday, were 110? of which 87 were from
' cholera, and 23 from other diseases.
Sr. Louis, July 15, 1849.
1 he inteimeuts yesterday were 110; of cholera 87. '
Cincinnati, July 14, 1849. 1
Hie cholera still iagcs with unabated fury, aud is I
' increasing in virulence. Tim total uumhor of inter- 1
; Hunts for the 2-1 hours ending at nocn to-day. were
i 161?of which 101 were from cholera, and 60 from other 1
! diseases.
Richmond, July It?6 P. M. <
Tbi re have been two cams of oholera and one doath i
since our last report.
Uai.timorr, Jnly 14,1849.
Since Thursday morning there have beun 19 eases of j
cholera at the almshouse. Lleveu aru now under
treatment, aud the rtinaiudcr, having boon cured, were ,
Baltimohk, July 15, 1849.
The Board of Health report 26 cases of cholera and
8 deaths at the alms house, from Friday morning till
Saturday. 3l, P.M. There w?to 7 new canes and 2 (
dcaih* to day There were none in the city.
PiueAuci.ri'iA, July 16?1 P. M. ,
The Board of Health report, for the 24 hour* ending
at noon to-day. 04 cave* of cholera and Id deaths?tire
death* and twenty one cases being from the Ulockley
almshouse. The weather is very cool and pleasant. I
Nr.wr Ohli,ass, July 10, 1840.
There were ninety-two interment* iu New Orlean* ;
duiiug the past week, sixteen of which euly were by J
At tOCHEvrU, N. Y.
A single case of cholera appeared at Roeheeter on
the 13th lust , which was relieved.
The Board of Health < t budilo. on the 13lh Inst., reported
lib cases of cholera and lli deaths, lor the pre- I
ceding 24 hours.
at rtiu.AnKi.riiiA.
The Philadelphia limit tin, ot the 14th Inst , gives the
following recapitulallou ol the ca-ee of cholera and
death*, iu that city, from the commencement of the
epidemic up to the 14th lust. :
Cases. Dratht.
Week ending I une 2d 0 8
" ' Ihb 3 2 ,
? ? ltitb II 6 .
? ? 23d 34 13 1
- " SUth 223 73 I
? July 7th 328 120 ,
? ' 14th 437 103
Total to this date 1042 387
AT NtWAUK, .4. J.
The Newark-4 .i r.mr. ol the 14th Inst . says We
are tnfoin>ed that two or tnrve more eases of cholera
have appealed in this c.ty. two ?t theui tiermaus. one
of wboui had just arrived iu this country, and reslJ.-d <
at No 1P4 Market St. I d?in 1 revuiao. of the tlrm of <
liarrabraul .V. Iri eunin, feed merchants of this city,
and a son of Jarksou Freeman. ??< attacked with cholrra
ah .ut U o clock >est?rday morning aud died at 4
o'clock in the afleruooH lie was a young wan of Very
estimable character, and at the lime of his attack had
gone to Hahway to atti nd tin funeral of his mother,
which took place ou the day before.
AT KIMOMOil, N, J. | 1
Three deaths by rhotcis occurred at Kingston, near
Princeton, on Thursday?all drivers on the cadal from (
New Brunswick 1 lie Priucet. n I4'*ig. of the Isth
Inst . si.ys there has been but one ca-e there this season
that of the young man wim eat there eoiue weeks
ago from N. Y and lie recovered
AT IlfclXVII.i.K, N. J.
T he Newark-Ydser/isrr. ot the 14tb in*t . says ?Rev. '
Mi Moian of Hi John s (< alliolic) church. In Ibis 1
eltv. inborn* us that he was railed to attend a person ,
in Ueliville on VVidnesday la-t. who was dyiug of cholera
nod who expired shortly after Mr M.'e arrival j
The individual was a ptdiar having a family iu New :
York A messenger was sent to tufwrui ihna of bis
death Ju-t as low messenger entered tba house, a
daugblci ol the man expired also uf cholera. f
AT tlAWtlVll.t.l, TICVT. j
The N'hklivillr AT ic (l iir of the* 6th iniUnt aUtm
that llm rptdriuio K?> (ok'litortM; inrr.??<'d during '
Uif f:ti|ou> d?v? It rrpurU 14 burial* an I '4
otlirr <Ua-h? during tha anil 4lU itiat., of tliirb 111
tnr ot alioUra
1 ho M-mphia Ktfl* ??? tb? 14. in<tatt Mtt :-Oiir
aitj h<*?rd health report hut four wlilt? <l< aiha f ir
the 4a h ur- < udiny at 14 M twUntaj ? tltraa female i
adultf a rhtlrt mid three blarlt? ; four of the cleaiha, j
r>pi>rt< d of rboi> i a
ttAt.t.Artt, TKTT.
Tha I,n?tla*ll1? of J?,.r?ul lha 10th ln?t . ?ay? : ?
Th ere an only Ihraa il'-allia frnm llollw la llalU'
tin. I'aan., during tha weelt ending on Hrdty U?t )
a hli li a di r?a-a.
A r Ml fl.ll ROCK, ARR.
Tha l.ltlla Twit lhm? rel . of tha filth nit . ?ay? : - i
M f h?ar i f no Inlarruiiilon of th? kml h?al'h of tlilt
flty and It a vicinity trim rholara or any iithrr ill a.
i> a 'tha nhola ri tRhin aeeuia entirely free fr ?nt aielt- |
in ? of ali hioda
Bi RRiiR AvtMi?Wrh?*f rac -ivrd files of the
dot in Mrmt+hi to ilia ITili ol May, l?y the btrlt
I). S*. lioodaR, Captain lioodrll. All th it is ini|H>r*
tant in them h?> lirrn anticipated by ilia l.ngltnli ^
|i|?rr, a hi) Inn nlfaudy ap^ared in our columns. (
Tinea |i,i(i? ia are only lein.trkable for a aintfiil tr
hi i ufoant, ? hu ll tl:ay puhhth of grant length, and jj
at hu ll ia coiilmut'rt in aevrfnl viiooaaaiva imhlicalii'iia.
It la nn aihln aa, hy ordar of the I loo .v; of '
ki'iRrnniaiirrf ot tha A trim lion repn.dic, to tS.-n. *
Home, in reply to hi* niinuul lliaaMftr to the I loose. 1 $
.Nothing pcihnps roil Id give abetter idea o| ihr < j
absolute powei which l(o- i? has urnvail ?t, ami '
thr com plat a aulccctioii m which he holilt ilia rr. 1
litrfrniHliffr and |vii|i|f, ih ui this servile nn<l eu? |
none dcciiriu-ht |i is, frotn luginnmg to and, nn ,
alahornta nod How ry l-.uil.ition ol llimas in nil In* 1
acta, and for everything l?a has done. Servility, 1
flattery, and subjection could go no further. 11 it
j breath*a ihi' spirit of a ptrljr only it maybe nc- ?
couiitad (or; hut if it ieihc willing uiul tfrnaral a'' tj
tinu 11 el the representative* ot tha Argentina j
pccplr it present* n picture of ahaoluta pow<-r, on j
tlu one hand, and Miiiutigi'nl subjection 0:1 the ?
j other, moat pitiable to contemplate. r,
Itrrxiltl) n ? lly liilrlliifi nc*.
Mnmniti i? ni> Vivi ^ wan No la?a than thraa "
dmlhf lintf tak*a pine* )n tli? Nat) i aril. ilium* thw |
j |>?>l mk (kn I'hvrrday la-t. Hint* pcraonw ?h#
taken In th* Marin* llo-pital In a "tata of ln?*n*thtli1
ty. raii-*d hy th? *?e*w-i?* boat of th* won, ?n?t tb*y 1
bat* a I *ln*e di*4 IiiitIiik IN Ittot throw ww*lt*r- n
In* daya of laM m*klt l? raid tint th* h*at wa? wo j
f.).|ir<Mlt* in th* yard. and particularly in th* Dry
Inch, that th* work man cutd wcara*iy perform thalr '
n-1 ?! a ' rk <
I a t i iiii mi ? Purine th* pa?t w,*h. th*r* hava h**n
ntad* th* lar** number of an* hundr- d and t?-If* lnti
imnitw in t r**n wrd i ain*t*ry I h? w**kly intrrniriitw
bat* foruony at ra**d about fifty
A* t'aawrt a*L H.iTttra A woman, who wall wh*
hail rirrtlly *<>m* from Ward ? I Ian I. pr*a*nt*d h*rKlf
at Ihft nth** Of Dr Uo*drt*li. th* In dth phy orian f,
hating a d-ad Infant In h*r arm-, which win- rtati I.
had died whtiw tt -ming fr-mi that yla** Th* doctor,
?tt*r hating ln**?tt*a'- it th* *?-*, wa? fully watl?tl*4 *
that th* rhild fnh- to ?t* i|*ath from narration Tha (I
woman In th* ntraniitn*. bad mad* oft with h*ra*lf,
and t* ?a? a*ll ?h* did a? ?h* would haw* h**n h*ld
attaint it an < i-a -? an. (Mil. >'
ft n
_ I
Interesting- from ChilL
Quarrels among the Emigrants.
dkv., dui.
Late from t'liagresi iJe.-jiHtuhcu from Chill.
I1?l 11 muh July 15, 1819.
The Charleston Cuurirr, of Kriday, contains despatches
dated New Orleans. July 10th. on which day
Ihi steamer Alubauia arrived at the latter place from
L hagrcs with dales to the 2-th of June.
There is nothing new from ) aliloruia.
Mr llossiter. bearer of despatches from the acting
L'Lurge at Chili to Wa-hiogton was a passenger in thw
Alabama Mr. Barton the late Charge. is on his way
home iu the sloop of war lale.
The conservatives were out of power in Chili, and
[he progressives iu full blast at V alparai.io, but hud
Decl ine uioie ealiu in 1'eru. J
7 he steamship* alifornia It ft Panama, on the 21th Of
Iune. for Sau i raucisco, with lull freight and many
lafsengers, among whom were comprised most al^
hose awaiting transportation at thut place. There
ire hut few now lift on the isthmus.
The steamship Teviot left I hag res on the 29th ult
Tor 1.upland, with $77 5lto woilh of gold on board.
We have adviees 1mm Kingston, Jaui , to the 2d
lost , by wbicb we learn that the Assembly met on the
2Mb ult The Kingston Journal says, the session will
soon end. as the majority ol the members had determined
to trausact no business. .
1 here was a report that a party of California emigrants.
troui the I'.ed lllvir country, had been killed
jy the Indiuns, but tlie rumor is contradicted.
Intel llgence from the l'lulita? Mormons
Going to the Mine*?'Trouble* among the
Kmlgtante &c.
Sr. Louis, Jaly 14,1849.
By au arrival here from tbe Mormon settlemeat, on
.he Salt Lake, we have dates to tbe Gth of May. It i*
stated that the eountry is very htullhy. and the eropa
promise an abundant harvest. There had been many
tine rains in the \alley.
Many of the Morinous had gone in search ef gold,
iguinst tbe counsel of tliv elders of the ehu.cli.
The Crow Indians had committed a number of deprsJations.
carrying off horses, cattle, &c., whenever an
Dpportunity offered
Col. Levering and llackenstos. with troops, were met
on the south fork of the l'latte river. bey were get
mg along very well.
'J he cholera in rapidly disappearing from among the
emigrant* on the I lain*. .
The first company of cuiigraata met at Kort Laraoaie
an the -id of A.a)
Several serious quarrel* and fight* had occurred
tmong the emigrant*. Many were taking th* back
track lor home.
Appointment*? Itc ported Iteutovala? Fane*
lul of Mr*. Mudlaoti. Ac.
Wacminutoiv, July 14,1MB.
The Consul/hip for Tictou, Nov* Scotia, ha* becO
|iven to Major liainmntt Noitou, ot Boston
It i* rumored that change* are contemplated in the
l*t. 3d and tilh Audilorehip*. aud that already other*
bare been appointed.
Mr*. Madison'* funeral will take plaee on Monday
fttinoou at 4 o'clock. Iler remains will be conveyed
from her late reeidi nee to St Johu's KpUcopal I hurch,
jf which the venerable lady was a member, wbere funeral
rervleec will be performed and thence conveyed
to Ike t ongre**loual burying ground, where they will
be deposited for a time, until conveyed to the family
builal place, in Virginia
Ibe city continue* quite healthy.
Arrival of the Falcon at New Orloaas.
Nit* Oblkaw*, July 10. 1140.
The *team*blp Falcon ha* arrived from New York,
ria ( hat 1< ston and Havana She report* the yellow
[ever a* raging at Havana and that the death* were
laid to amount to 40 per cent of thnie attacked with
the disease. The cholera had not made it* appearance
n Havana at the tailing of the Kaleoa.
Dtalk of o UlalliigulaUed Democrat
I'hII AOSLSHIl, July 15 1849. I
Thome* Karl*. a distinguish, ti member of the deaairatle
party, died yesterday afternoon, at Willow
lirove, en the Scbujlklll river, where he had gone to
recruit hie health
Heavy Storm.
PiiiLtDKurma, July 15,1849.
Ycctcrday afternoon we had a tremendous shower of
ain. accempanied by thunder and lightning The
itorm arose very suddenly and did considerable
lam age
Mortally Mtnlilied
Si Lot'ic, July 15, 1149.
A men by the name of John < ro?? a stenmb >at pilot,
vaa mortally etabbed In t night at a house of 111 fame
u this city. Two priuUr*. one by the name of Joho
aektou, have boru arrested charged with the offence.
Mtcaiutoual Hunk.
fir, I. o II, July 1 ?, 1*49.
The *t rein*r Ootener Hrigtii*. while rounding to
nch the lending le-i night, >tru*k on the wreak of
in* of the Moeli iU burnt et the recent eonOagration
end *unk
The wialher continue* elenr end warm
The Uttlrm HI vera.
?t Lotia, July 14. 1MB.
1 he riToraaboTi'ar* tailing Here the rtrer U at e
It lot.
Phii luttPMii, July 16. IMI.
A riot t?*>k glac la t night among the Airmen lo
ilojamending. hlrh rMiltidln three p*r*nn* being
ereraly wounded. No arrrat* were made
The Kenlheru Mall.
Bam iwoaa, Jolt 16, 1*49
No Ar.ulberu mail ha* airiml. today. beyond Boaunali
Mtock *alrt
II .mo*. July It. IMft j
f3M.W0of the * per a*nt. I> n.l f ih* \ ermont and
ita ' aeliUietta I.a li' 1 | i.'iMe ' n ly |-t 18>.% with
ntere t mo.i aanaatly. were rold thu day The bond*
ire * cured hy a mortgage ?n the r?ad pla?*d In the
and' ? f 'hie* r< r..l.|e n'l"ni. n The eonditlone
f the tale were 5t p fe* at ea?h: hali'ir" in two fonr
111 r.tin ill . w th the >' io! ? rnrlly Al>>'lt
we** "Id; 61 note at **; the btlane* at *7,
hi run *? |'i : iyn. 17 i'jr in 1 '!" ri 11 In tlx rio-l
>1 * <? ? 11 >*i. luly II. 1*4?,
Tin fd r itt'<n ya-tirday amounted to 1.IOO
>' .IT pilars Vlduiiluf i',i\a*\d. I r*i*ht*
a I,tig ?n* takaa f r N*w \-uh at 91 > P*r bala;
nd l.i?0 taVi w?ra *Mpp?--l to Mai i? at \e.
Si l.m is, J illy 14. 1*4?.
l: rr Tli'ti* I* knt a md-rat- i|?i?ntlty olTsrlng,
iliii h ran" a qnl ? r> ar' ' Snli-s i.f .1 "J hbls nam
a-lr MMK'. a *4 2J. Whnat l ha r -alpUharn
?mi rirndlnitly llsl t. nitli a Vra'l"d drmand fnr
nllMrg. falsa cf 1 ?<?? boihili sr-ri-mad--at *Jn far
rlliir ?hil* I r>*r l'ala* -.f |, 0 tui-hal- mind at
ve 1 C'f Oat* air In fair ditnaad al <W* a J*a. par
Nrhrl 1 h?t* la nnlhin? d . In I - i;> land Tha
*ri <t I" dall. and put m?j h* quotai! nominally at $4.
tk Mria l? hi Id al 99 f-0, and prim- at >7 par Ml.
ard Is ijiilit. with tabular !?!* at ft \V'!ll<h#y
al- * of 4? hartals, raw. at 21 \.r for gall >n.
1 *1 1**411, Jrly 14. 194?,
flo<lna? *<-n?rally -ln?i.4t--d. Huwr tiria, hut tir?
liatianlln prinv
llnrMt. July 14,1449,
1?4 I airs low mlddl'.Bg rotten sr.H at 9? months;
.IMlhUi-hrls nhMrrnrn hrnn-.-lit M?',a. p?T hnshnl;
alii ? was l?*lit at 4.1 Thr di-mand for Ihmr was lair,
Ith salr* of Michigan. Oswrgn aid Ohio at fl'a te 95;
icar s*a a $ '>) i rstia 4i\.4?a Oaorfntown
i -l lisltim-ri- fM* a tJV I in ntha, JO hh?l* prlm>?
;?i u-;i1 fgir Vfwgv;" c?a> y; araiw, \i J?Stl*.

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