Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 29, 1849, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 29, 1849 Page 2
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NEW YORK HERALD. f? I iMtllWMl rormr of CvIim mid Ruuia Ma* JAMKK UORDON BBDMHTV, entpiiiroi. mi DAIL Y HUM alia? thrum ehUiono, I conto pot oopy ?VI por annum I'HK MORNISU KUITIOX it puhlfhoA at 3 o'clotk. A ,M., ?wf Airt ribirtoA bf/ort hroukfuoti 14* dr.f AFTKRNnON WttTUtH tun he had of tko namhoof aafl o'clork; and tho aot and <tl 3 o'rltuk. P. ! THE H'KKM V HKKAI.U, for nrml r'ioH nn thu tuomMawitr.ia pttldiehetl every Ritm duo, 'it <i'd 5*r irNftrxiian./m rireulatian In Knrope, anA printtA 4* French an A Knulith, at ?i S4 i">(a per <>?p?. ?T t* 9** ataati, the latter price In include the paetago. ALL LkTTKRS hy mail, for ,HLrrirt%rmo or with <>+ aflummfi. in tu putt pnttl. or 'he pottage mil ho Aeductei from the matter -eenitlrd , , YOLVHTA P ? fiiR RKSFOSnRNVK, oontainino mtportant netot, tolirile ' /rum .<?? t/HttrUe of tho worth; U mill hejiht r allX pattl far t t . I ff ft Mend' n f mmi innmni* g w optn mrnwifww hd night SO N0T1CR taken of inonymoug communication. Whatever iiit,tended for tnaertion witmf be 'authenticated ?u the hu ten t?d >1*1.4 rem? of the writer; not necfunariiy for publication, hat a a a gun rnnty of hie good faith. Wd canHOf return rejected vummunirntione. ADVRRT1SKMKSTS, ( r.nrtnr ' .very, nwrmny, and 10 J 9tp-Mi.fl"1 in 'Ar mar-i-v :nit i/ttrnitot. ill Ttn.onnhtr prir.9; to kr written in n pl.iin, trqihlr mi.nner, Or nroprirtnr no, rrupmnihle fur trror i? m.i iih.c ript PRlSTthH vt, .jr. Htrd hr.lHHft.U9, iX*A -HIM dr.p/ltrk ftritrr, rrrrit.flf i,t >hr ..fhrr, ami'sriibnth tims ry1ninq. bo WERT TIIRATKB. Bvwmry-William Th.l-Doi.lh BBI'Dkd Ho M. BROaDWaV thBaTRB, Breadw?y-foi.*rta?toyb Lire's ? DtiO'H. NATION * I- Tit KATKB, Chatham flonara ? Cni.ijm Hot ? Irish i.i n-lmi-i or i n./iob?His ifimt p?o. 0auil1.0. NORTON'S THRATRB. chamws streak.?chios oro a a ? I'OOB I'lLl.I uiidy ? SltNU't twin*. WBaNKD' Hall. Broadway, noar Broome.?Omaoti'i Mihstr ai.s. APOI.I.O MA LOON. (la the Terlon)?SiAMME Twine, to?. 8 to 10. MINERYa ROOM*. Broadway?Mnnm. or nbw yobe. ' Nrw Turk, Tuesday, May Mtt, 1MO. To Ibe Publli?Ki uHt ri and AdrtrUeere. Hereafter, the double sheet of the New York Herald will be published every Tueaday morning. I We have come to this conclusion, in order to accommodate the vast body of new advertisers who are pressing forward for admittance into the co lunins of that edition of our journal. The enterprise of publishing a double sheet for the benefit of the business community, has succeeded beyond our most sanguine expectations; and although we i begin with the issue only of one such sheet week- | ly, we mean gradually to extend this accotnmoda- j tion, by publishing a similar sheet, whenever ne- ; | rptuurv twin* a w#?rk (rrnHimllv inrrtnirtintF th? I - arrangement, so hs to be enabled fully to meet tho j t wants and wishes of this rapidly growing city, by j 1 the publication of a double sheet every day. But, | 1 far the present?and during the approaching sum- tj mer, when the nctivity of business slackens? s we shall restrict ourselves to the issue of one c double sheet each week ; and Tuesday is fixed 11 upon for the permanent day of issue. Advertisers (| of all kinds will please take notice of this an- n nouncement, and govern themselves accordingly, a f Iht Annexation of Cuba?The Foreign Po th y of the Administration. p A few days since, we gave an outline of the fo- t reign policy which, from indications here and < elsewhere, we inferred would, in all probability, be l adopted by General Taylor and his cabinet, during i the preeent administration. A part of this policy? ] that in regard to the annexation of Cuba?was rep- < resented to be non-intervention in the affairs of I i that island, a relinquishment of the negotiations c which were commenced by the admin Miration of Mr. b Polk and the Spanish ministry, and no interference ti St sll with thnt islund, unless an attempt should be mude by Spain to tram-fer it to some European 1< power. tl When we take into consideration the spirit ri which is at work in this irje of the world, it ap- ti pears evident that nations and governments are o controlled more by circumstances than circurn- n stances are controlled by them. If wo could con- ? trol the relations of the island of Cuba, such a u policy as has lieen adopted, as we are informed, hy ?i the administration, might be followed. But is b there no prospect of the question of the annexation i 1 Cuba being forced upon the people ol the United I1 States before the present administration shall v have run its course? We think there is. The in- t habitant* of Cuba' tire themselves desirous of har- t ing their island annexed to the United State*. The feeling there in forcibly described by one of our own correr pondent*, who my* in a letter recently addressed to us, and published in this jour, n al The longing for annexation In universal on this Inland among the native white*, and many of them bave strengthened tin ir desire by sober reduction <>u their present position and probable destiny They feel so insecurity in existing hHeirs, which places thoiu at the meioy of sny one of a thousaud court follies or I s accidents 'I hey know (he imliiml wealth and capabilities of the island - the advantages of American industry and enterprise They have not been wholly in- t alt* nitre In the lapul progress of our nation in weultli. learning and prosperity In its triumphs in arts and arms. I hey have reasoned on our strange victories over superior tintuhers in Mexico- strange to them because pn vli us ly our in11 itai y prowess war not prop rly appnciaiid. and tin y feel that, under such protection ihey might d< fy all fore Our ships enter their ha rhors ami (hey have l< arin-d our commercial strength and enleipiise 'liny understand that their insular position *i old under a dilTeieut government, give tin nira i maritime advantages, and that It demands for its deli nee ilie slhance nt a strong naval power 'J hey have i bsetvi d lor years the J. alousy of s.ngla id and liaie l? ceinr well inboun d ol the fruit* nf brill h . abolition I In j tiinJ their tia.le wiili their b?--t ? nl 1 tnniot neighbor* li itirni ?lth micron* reelrlctiooe. i in ere I; to ii.rirh profligate court and family three thousand nillee nway or tneeruie eoriupt favorite* or ' iliiinlonl plovime* w.ultii itnd pl> a lire Ml the expellee V of tbie ilietniit I-land J lo t ere Spain tardy and *liii?pi'li liii|prit|i b< bind otln r iiNtiiine in the great w irk of iniproTea.iiil and clinging villi ill- gr aler tenacity h to obsolete view* Ix atifi ull the world beeidee )e rapid jj ly MitmiciiK 'i In v knoiv nod ahatie better they Jel l- ilmt llie S| ioUli e itiln i iion or -upr. iii-tey l< t>. C t In m not III In but it j ii r v . and feeling tbu* ill y are n n any al.fiov.r a tea: nimble pri pod ol eueee-e appen in, to i inhark in I ho nero-nry struggle fir th-Il II right idtiiirou UiebnUg of Indepcndauoa or of an- n in xatiou The rlHti ini nta in lliia letter are entitled to the fuhcKt u liiitice, nnrt we liehi-ve depict the real ? f-enllliii Ids lit the pill).In n| Cllll I. The fctUteilieiile, '' theiefuie, vtlni li appear occasionally in lomr 11 Aim m an journal*, that ilie (iilcinu nr.* h;?iii?li? dl with ihtir l oiulitini;. null would prefer to rem mi " iia tlifV Hie, rallier tli ui le annexe 1 to ihe Am Tlcun republic. Hie mtcily without f. nidation. Nor eoultl rut h atotien Ln othcrwi, than fabulous; for what (h i.; le, in uny i it it t|?- nud in lliM age, would prefers rd.ite ol tf.;, i b-m r and vaien Inge, l?> one ol ire. doiti an I , n.ieac ill the wider t renae id ihe form, mm h i r t^iy ig (he IJlllled Staler? Sun ly Ihf J 1 |ii ol t .Initio not foim hii exception to iln real t i tin wiuld. If the Cuban*. ale daiernuiieti to he It. e, they em 0:uk>' oil lite Spiiuu-il >oke Without Illicit diliic.iliy ; ao l if lltey tile an united in ihe del. iiriiualioo lo do n ua we In lit vt tliein to h, , who shall at > tint they will he iwh peinieiit long le fore (Jeneral rayloir ut nitnicttn11< ti rle-ll ii. re ni t itr course I No cue know.-, what a day iii iv ir.ig fo.iii, in tins up Within ihe ,-hori I iwt uty-foor hours, V. (.i.i.lie li m Iuiii nr.; ndi il l?y . , iiilic coiiaetjtteiicee, hate heeii achi. d, w nliin tie' list two vratrjajid how more ri volution* .v ill occur, or how nmuy nu re dyiinnttts will oo destroyed, helore the y?. . lbT-2, time alone ran il velope. rhul there will lie great changes before I i it time, il m only reasonable to exp >ei ; for the w ii Id, and rr|n cislly the Kir.opt ui portion of it, is cmph itirally ill li stale 1.1 11 11. ell II ii. Society nil.I govcrutst ut "if hoih uihIi i joing mighty eli.injje-, and the operation cannot lie m tided or atopp.-tl hy huini.n means '1 hei -fore, if f nbu should heroine independent before the pri m ericyol General Taylor rIi>iII l uM expired, and the Guban prnple *hal' apply lo be udmiib J into our confederacy, the qutatien of x itinn w ill be forced upon the country, and muat reccitrr our u.trnlion. Again; the provinces of Canada uro in a re?oln? ionary condition. Kerent occurrence* in lint url of the American continent indicate u eep.iru ion from the mother country, and the eal.ibliah- t nent of an independent nation, or the annexation < >f those province* to the United St ilea. Public i :>l>iiiitn there ia divided a* to which alternative < viII he taken ; but there ia no doubt that one or the Jther will he adopted before very lonif. We do not lee how it can he avoided. If the rebellion bill, ua t ia culled, he vetoed by the Queen, the whole of Lower Canada will aaaunie the poaition which the ipper province now holda ; and if it be allowed, he upper province will, iu all probability, aeck to lievolve the union at preaent existing between the ? <> I.rrivinpi u unit eiirrv their reiiented threola to lint effect into force. In either event, it it* clear o lie tliut the annexation of the Canada# to the United States ia inevitable?ia only a question of inn?and must take pi .ce, or weal or for wo, before many years shall have elapsed. It mtynot )ccur for many yeurs yet, and it may long before he year IH62. Now, if such a proposition were nHde to the people of the United States, it is easy o perceive thdt it would not be acceptable to the Southern Stales, unless the increased anti-slavery nlluence which such annexation would bring into lie councils of the nation, were counteracted, or it least counter-balanced, by a pro-slavery influtnce ftoin some other quarter. Nor would it be ust or pro|>er owarda our Southern brethren to annex Canada without taking these things into consideration. The Northern States abolished slavery, simply for the reason that sluve labor was unprofitable, and could not profitably compete at home with free w hite lubor. Motives of humanity, except in rare instances, hud nothing to do I with the ubolition of slavery in the North. We do not heliuve that the people of the i Southern Stutea are a whit less humane than i those of the Northern; but we do believe, i that as soon us slavery becomes us unpro- | Citable in the South as it became in the North, in former times, it w ill be abolished there, too, I as it has been in the North. But as this will not I occur for some time yet, and us in the meantime i there is every probability that the annexation ol the i Canadas will be agitated, and become an open ]uestion, we must look urouud us and see whence we can get the pro-slavery influence in our legis- ' uture at Washington, so as to preserve the balance j >f power, as well us the harmony of our political | lystem. To no place can we look but Cuba for it. Ag aim it must be borne in mind that the democratic party, although defeated and broken up in the lust presidential election, will in all probability be reunited, and form a compact, solid, and itn- | rosing force, before the next presidential canvass j ihall hare come round. Efforts are being made o reunite that party, und the probability is that hey will be attended with success. If that party hould be reunited, and should take up the question of the annexation of the island of Cuba, and ^ hould the Cubans remain disposed to form such a onnexion, and in the meantime render themselves ( ^dependent of the Spanish nation, an issue of qua! importance, and attended with equal results ^ u that of the annexation of Texas, would be subiiitted to the people of the United States. The .occasion of that island would be grasped at, not only ^ i>r the acquisition which it would be, possessing, ^ .s it does, a soil and a climate unexcelled tn any art of either hemisphere, but from the safety and iccurity it would give us in times of difficulty and langer. The ideu has become fixed in the American mind, thut, at some time or other, Cuba ( must, in the nature of things, become part and parcel of this confederacy; and of late years, u con- j ratenution of events seems to indicate that that tune s now not very long off. If such should be the nurse of the democratic party, then Canada will ? e taken in, it it be not before that time annexed d the United States. * Under this state ot things, therefore, and as )ng as we cannot control circumstances, we think hat the policy which has been determined upon in " pgard to Cuba, by the administration, will not c ?nd in the slightest degree to defer the annexation 8 f that island to the United States. It will have o effect at all on the great question. The islanu j f Cuba will he annexed in time, and it depends pon contingencies, very likely to occur ut any ' nonient, whether such annexation will tuke place iefore the present administration shall have ended ts career, or General Taylor re-elected to the residency. It may or it inay not tuke place vithin that time; but whatever policy the udintnisration may adopt will have no effect, one way or | he other, on the subject. Trial op Walker.?Tne trial of Thomas A * iVulker, for the alleged murder of his wife, com- I lienced yesterday, and attracts great attention, as f nuch. perhaps, from the array of counsel on both r ides, ns fiotn the intrinsic interest of the case, i vhich is well known to the public in its chief de- r mis. The parties in this unfortunate ntr.iir bei?ng? d to wluit is called the resfiectable class of ociely, and prodigious efforts will be made on a itch side to gain the |K>ints contended for by f 1.. T I 1 . 1. . .. . r?_ At* . _.l imn. hju'tu, iri<?i.-4 n?r ^ravr inirncrw anu r npitul crimes, with the great |>arude of lawyers ri n both sides, partake too much of theatrical dis- i| lay, and are not inaiked sufficiently by that so- h trinity and stern simplicity which should uni- n nndy characterize all procr tilings in our tribunals r f justice. It is also a singular fact, that in m iny / uch cases the pop alar joiirn ila of the d iy too r reipiently are influenced by either one or other T I the contending parties. In the present case, we ,) inve been indirectly?we don't say improperly? r ppioarhed by the friends of b uh pirties, fir th i] iur|M>e of inducing us to say a kind word to- v cards the accomplishment of their hop-s. H it > >urnalisiii should he us impartial, in such un- i appy cares, us the court mid jury. Jour- < rtlisrn, conducted on the highest principles of r ivilization, is n part of the institutions of our free ? nil happy land, and iih much a portion of the age f i which we live, und of the govcrnin 'ill, as the ^ rihunals of public justice, ?r any oilier civil inlitution of the country. Journalists, therefore, we a (buy to tIk-ir age, tlieir countiy, and the ! rinciples of triitli and justice, which they are hound c o discharge with strict fidelity and impartiality, n o us to comm. nd themselves to the approbation 1 f theircolemporaiiesand posterity. r The jury in this case were empanelled yester- 11 uy, ntid the trial will proceed to-day. f ( The f"ity Arnt'JRiTiKs a.noCitv IIefokm.?The i 'ife of the whig party in this city, have reached t i.wi r under ili?* a n .-pices of a singular streak ol * nod foitune, and have a fair chance of exhibiting h nn?e astounding tab-ills for vigorous and iticcewtl government which are attributed to thrm by u-ir fU|i(aijters. Other circum-tunces are, also, ivoiable for a dbpl ty of their abilities in this line ^ 'he streets are us filthy as could be desired, there re great misery and wretchedness among the ( mor, Htal the cholera is U|ymacliing. Thus lar, lie authorities hare?according to some?discovered a (Meat deal ol capacity for vigorous governneut; though that is doubted by others. They '' lave lain great in 11 n- adjUlllC ltl< 11 of theatrical jUestions: they s< ulei| tfi it bi-intss with the * idling loss of twenty.ihrce. killed, and fifty V vounded?not IO s|e ak ot the |,on >i lost on t i icctoion. If tlley attack the tilth and llise.i-e ti * lot h prevail in certain iKirtions of the city with d be seine <! i.rce of vtg >r, tt will hi well. |i j, a uite tune for them to be stirring ; loi w.: |.-,4r lt u he e|i ctne.ty of ttie eiirth atuf atmosphere will I oon tiatiMiiit the elicit ru across the Alleghiinies J o our lance and iH -"ts. tliem at once order t ait the military, end have the streets cleaned, t pi.-sildc- with' it the loss of twenty-three killed, tnd fifty ??u: ded. Tar NomoHVkr VatL Wo sra re<| netted Instate its* lbs mall pet Nurtberner. from rtaa Kiatiolnoo 1 mi i*e at the r*rl?t.pte Heading It com, w?at Ituailgh sit bout >ale or detente.o. litauBuc or Nkw Guaxada.?In another part of tie paper will he found a translation of the inau;ur?l address made liy General Jose Hilaro Lopez, I New Granada, on the occasion of hia untuning he office of President of thut republic, on the 1st of April last It in a well written document, and we commend it to the attention of our reader*. It will he Keen the General e.xpreanea himself ?eiy favorably regarding public education, freedom ol the preen, religious toleration, and all the policy so requisite in u well regulated republic. It is, altogether, a most clearly written address, and sinintlurlu frt'f from thfi noninoiiM vprhrmifv in winch Spaniards are mo apt to indulge. In another point <>t view it in interesting, as it akows that this young republic is going on well and favorably. It is too generally thought that nothing but revolutions are going on in the South American States. It is certainly true there liuve been many ; but then, sonsideling the circumstances in which they have beeu placed ever since the achievement of their independence?not much over twenty years ago?much allowance ought to be made for them Left by the Spaniards in a most depressed condition as regards education, roads, manufactures, and everything ihat goes to muke a nation ; overwhelmed with an enormous debt to England; in a country but thinly peopled, and whose mountainous character m ule communication from one point to another almost impossible?it is not surprising that they have had trouble and difficulty to contend with. The real matter to he surprised at is, how they have advanced so much as they huve, (ieneral Lopez's uddress speaks the sentiments nf the vust majority of the Granadians who elected him, and shows that they, at leust, know how to try and elev.te their country. That they will do so, in time, we doubt not. Would that wo could draw such a favorable picture of Venezuela. That unfortunate country, ufter attaining a vast deal of prosperity, seems suddenly to have retrograded. Military deniagoguism, and the officious interfi?r?*nr** r?f (nr^iirnprH in thf nolitiru nf thi* roiintrv. have conduced much to tins result; nnd we fear [he difficulties will continue there for some time to ttome. The PrBLic Amusements.?One of the mo9t imIKirtunt and influential elements of order and social government, under the present system of civilization, is undoubtedly to be found in the character and working of public amusements. Among these amusements, theatricals hold the first place. We beliuvc that nothing could keep such a state of society us prevails in this and other large and populous communities in any degree of order, without the existence of theatres, und other places of pubic amusement. Theatres are, therefore, as ne.'essary to sociul order and sociul progress, six lays in the week, as churches are on the seventh. All the lending theatres are doing a good busiless, notwithstanding the tmeute at the Astor Mace Opera House, with its twenty-three killed nd fifty wounded. That disastrous affair was he result of the effort of a little coterio of indisreet citizens, hacked by the civil authorities, to orce an obnoxious actor upon a resisting audince ; but it has failed to exercise a prejudicial inluence upon the leading theatrical establishments, vhich are conducted in a popular manner and spirit. Among the movements in the theatrical line, in the upper region of the city, the most prominent is the rupid progress of Niblo's new theatre, on the lite of his old and famous "Gardens." We are glad o observe the fuvorable tokens of the advancement >f this new enterprise ; for Messrs. Nililo ?k Iackett, the managers of the Astor Place theatre? >r rather Massacre Place Opera House?suffered greatly, in consequence of being under the necesity of submitting their judgment to those who asumed the control over them. If the respectable lommittee of old and young exquisites had not uKen poor Mucready out ot the nands ot his malagers, and in conjunction with the folly of the ity authorities, attempted to force a disagreeable dor upon a repulsive audience, the late lamentable events would never have taken place; but ve hope that Niblo?always one ot the most popuar and deserving men connected with our public imusements?will sutler nothing from the folly of hose who compelled hia action in the case. This heatre is rising rapidly from the ground, and as it rises the Opera House in Massacre Place?we mean ?Astor Place?sinks and fades. Indeed, the unforunateand bloody eventsconnected with thatalfair, mtiplfd with its silly history for two or three years jofore, will lead to the necessity of closing it alogetheraa a place of public nmiioement. We would idvise the proprietors of Massacre Place Opera louse to convert it into a church?into a place or hearing sermons, and singing psalms, and miking prayers, and repenting of sin; for assuredly, here lias been enough of sin committed in that ?gion to he repented of in sackcloth and ashes. City Financial Rkpokm.?We are very much fniid that our anticipations of a reform in the inn until affairs of tli e city, uro not likely to ho pslized. From a recent report of one of the coniaiitees of the Common Council, we perceive that lie hill for refreshments at Astor Place, daring the eroic riot in favor of a foreign actor, amounts to early seven hundred dollars! Then it is to be ecollectod that the c'.ty und oounty must put the LMor Place Opera House into a decent state of rpnir ; so that what with the crimson velvat, and hussels carpet, and cosllv chandeliers, and siilen id gilding, necessary to make the pltice lit for the rception of iiH refined patrons, the whole cost of Iip decision between the cod-fish aristocracy who vntild hear Maeready, and the cod-fish democracy vho would not hear htm, will amount to at leant en thousand dollars?all to come out of the pock;ts of the honest republicans of both parties, who efrained altogether from taking any part in the (pit>hble, hot wlto had twenty-three killed and ifty wounded, for merely locking on ! A rery good leginntngin the way of financial reform! Thk PmiLtc 1'lAi.nt.? We have heard a food deal about the unprecedented efforts of the itv authorities in cleansing the city. If the state if Washington street, and the lanes running into t. or of the wharves all along the North and Mast a specimen of cleansing, heaven deliver is from all such cleanliness! The greater portion >f the lower wards is filthy beyond description. }<iu1d not some slight attempt be made to purify hei-e streets and lanes, reeking with pestilential ptsesl Could they not bp cleansed at a somewhat irnaller con than the loss of twenty-three killed ind fifty wounded 1 Preps rations for tiik Nkw CtTr Constitu u- ,i.m, ii..,..i i-.-.I..... ....... [aped m making the necessary leoul prep n ations i>r putting the new city constitution into opernion us soon us possible. Mr. Graham has a good leal of skill und existence in this sort of legal niploj merit, and doubtless the work will be Xt cntrd creditnbly und usefully. Tins is a very ratseworthy business, and will, we hive every rason to hope, be accomplished by the inthnrities nthont the loss of twenty-three killed and fifty rounded. ."tvam Communication wnn Etn< ?mt.?Our ruder* will peruse with interest a letter in this ay's lhitil/l, signed Ad Lc Hardy He 15' oilieii, in rhich the writer lakes the position that the city t Antwerp possesses more advantages than Havre, (remrn, or any other port, tor the terminus ol Wneriean steamships. Tlte information which it oiitttiim is very important WhiIi.s a trails. Among I),,- pssiufigir* In Hie ntesuohip S'sloon, * lilrli mil. d mi *?l iirany ln-i fur I hagr**, ??i I upturn I IlihtlU psrt owner suit innMir of I he ship Cnsllta; who ip niirtrnilris nay ri tin-iota r. wa- HHpi-r.o<<l'il In hi- "'II li.nlni at It In laiM-Iro hy *.r?I? r of itii- t'lierlnAii 1 one ill SlHitjr hIIi r htr rilairt to ihii imiifilrf toil I I Ixil author 0/ I?I III the Hi rri >*, y of O.tU In lake po.M I I loll if lila tool Hll't llH- pt'l<OOM|>4 l? (,4? S i*iii |i' > 1',i II ?l parjr,? Hints to tot Boston Folks.?Htaee the introduction of the Coohituate water into Boston, nearly every person who has a jet in the aide-walk before his premises, may be Been with hose in hand, sprinkling the streets, not because it is necessary to do so, but because the entire population?men, women, and children?are so delighted with the fact that pure and wholesome water gushes, as it were, out of the stones of the street, that they must needs be playing with it all the time. They appear like boys who have become |M>heessed oi some new plaything; and on seeing with what delight they use the pipe and watch the girations in the air of the stream that f scapes from it, one is forcibly reminded of the words of Pope:? " BrhoM tha child, hy nature's kindly law, Pleased with a rattla, tickled with a straw!" ?And well lliey may be (dsased ; for they have swallowed lime enough in the well water they have drank during the last twenty-five years, to whitewash every building in irif city; una u uiey are not tickled with the assurance that they litre now the privilege secured to them, " for all time," of taking their lime and their water in separate donee, then they cannot be tickled at all. Howerer, that is not what we intended to say when we commenced this article. We intended mrrely to state our objections to such a wholesale and irregular uss of their water. Strangers, and especially ladies, are most excessively annoyed by it. It is almost impossible to walk the streets without wet feet, owing to the flooded state of the sidewulks and crossings; and if it he not soon stopped, the Boston folks will be denounced as ihe greatest squirts in ths Union. We are told ihut no ordinuncu has yet been enacted to prevent

this silly and wasteful use of the water; and as such an act is highly necessary, we will give ihem an extract from the ordinances of this city, in which it is provided that, Krom the first <luy of May to ths first day of November all persons are forbid to use th<> Crotoo water for washing streets sidewalks, steps or buildings, after 8 A M. or before T P.M ;nnd from the first day of Norember to the first day of May following, after # A.M , or before 0 P.M., under the penalty of five dollars for eooh offence. Such on ordinance would work well in Boston, and we hope one will soon be enucted; for such ui uui iniu^io nuu vvin.o|'v>iuvMk? wV?<? sion to visit thut city often, complain of the want of it. If 'twere done when it is done, then it were well; and if 'twere done quickly, so much the better for all whom it may concern. The Facific Mail Stkamebs.?We may now consider that How land and Asplnwall's Uue of steamer* on the Pacific is completely organized, and will hereafter run regularly once a month between Panama and San Francisco, to toucb,at one or two intermediate porta. We zee by the advertisement, in another column, that the Panama is to be commanded by Cwptain D. O Bailey, so favorably known aa the skilful navigator of the packet ship Yorkshire; the Oregon by Capt. It. H. Pearson; and the California by Captain Thomaa A. Budd, both experienced seamen and accomplished commanders. It is now to be expected that in future we shall receive advices every four weeks from San Franclsoe, giving us a monthly mall from the thousands of Americans who are now pouring Into the gold region. Latex fsom Hatawa.?By way of Charleston, we have received files of Havana papers to the 22d Inst, but we find but little of intorest in them. We peroelve that Signora Steffanonl, the celebrated singer, who had been laboring under an attack of yeilow fevor, was re- | covering, much to the Joy of the dilttlanti of Havana. Madame Bishop and Bochsa were giving concert* with much success. Tho rainy season had set In, and the gay Habaneros wore prevented from enjoying their usual outdoor amusement* ; but, as the rain was much wanted by the planter*, they are all well pleased at U. We do not see any mention made of the prevalence of yellow fever, but we presume yellow Jack is at work, aa this is hi* usual time of year lor appearing in Cuba. Havana, May 22,1849. The following table has boen prepared with great eare, showing the comparatively monthly export of molasses from Havana, Matansas, Cardenas and Marle^ up to the 1st of May. From the 1st ot May until date there has been about 4.000 hhds. shipped, and there will probably be about 2.000 more during the month, which will show a decrease in the exportation of abeut 24 000 hhds. to the first of June; and as there ha* been &,000 and upward* more shipped to Europe than at same time last year, it shows that up to the 1st of June there have been 20,000 bhds. less shipped to the States than last year, and 35 000 leas tbau the year before. Upon the best calculation that onn be made, there will not he over 18 000 bhds more to ship during the year, which will show a deficit for 1840, in the exportation, of about 35,000 hhds less lhau In 1848, aud about 42.000 hhds. less than in 1847. Yeur obedient servant, C. P. CeMrarativk Monthly Ktroav or Malaises raow Havana, Matanias, Caiiuknas, anu Marixl. Mtmtht, 1847. 1848. 1849. January 22 355 21 548 18.808 Kebruaiy 27 108 31 008 29.118 March 31 626 32 049 34.271 April 22 568 29 010 17,674 May 10 358 15,548 ? June 13.497 8.834 ? July 14714 4.904 ? August 4.170 2.760 ? Sepnntber 4 1011 4.206 ' ? October 2 oh2 4,4(>0 ? November 2 01.0 1.042 ? l)i'C< ui her 7.200 2 206 ? Total hl.ds. .1(48 7119 157.108 SjiortliiK lnt?lllK?ii('f, Uaioa Cmmi? Matci *o trotting matches came off at the L'nlon Course eHtorday afternoon. which called to tho track a Ur . number t.f the rporting men of our city. Tho first was a match for ffii 0. three mile heats, between o g. Trustee, and bl. m. Modesty. to 800 lb wagon*. Tho black warn was ihnfaTorito, notwithstanding the previous performances of Trustee , the knowing ones taking the chance* that way, on account of the manner in which Truatoo has been worked lately Tho fact is. ho ii mora neglected in his training than any hor?n at present on i he turf The usual mode of exorcising this horse consists ii. daily driving liim to a bread cart, round the eity. until the morning of his engagement, when ho ts trott) d shai ply to the eoiirsv. riibii. d down, and harnessed for the mstclt. without a rispito lie lias, na?ert holes*, won many matches under thaso disadvantages. Ms blood ami met lie carrying linn through, but yesterday ho oi. doomed to defeat, and wiili Ins doteat ninny pockets weir lighten, d Hut to the raco : / 'list lltul ? Black Modesty took tho trad at tho stsit and kept it throughout the heat, pa-slug tho si olid on the first mile three lengths ahead in 2:65 1 lie second mile wa? nearly similar to tho llrst except that Trustee ?ns a length closer to the mare than ho ?ni the mile previous Time of this mile. 2:50 Tho last mile the hlaek Inn re had nothing to do but keep steady which she succeeded In doing, and won I tin heat ins king the last mile in 2:44 Total time 8:29. Sri mid Hrat.?The second heat throughout was a J'ac timue of the first The mare took the lead trout lha score, and held It to the end. winning in 8:20. freesd Match.- Tliia was a niateti for $1100, between Canaea Sijuirrel and Celham the former to a sulky, 1 iiml Ilir Imi11 r to a wagon containing two mm 7tir Tml. Hijulrrel look I bo bad but ??? paMed at Ibo t|Uarter pole. noil I'llham led hum* an winner. In fxi I. he roulil have diMmin I I ho other I ri ili u? to Ibo ri mud boat In Ruch light repute *ai 11n- Kqmrrrl hold llmt 'Jo to 2 ?m offered against linn; A lit In Ibo moo ho turcridoil In dlataueiug rolham, i owing to a had liri ak anil won tbo ?lakes. Tlio-o two mati-hea tielng very i nteroatlng to sporting inoi much lotting (inir piaoo. i,nd considerable money rhanpitl hands 'I ho principal stihje?t ot conversation, I homier npponrcd to bo that of tho grout trot to coma | i ll, thin alii moon. between Lady Suffolk. Lady MdhuR, mi il Jin k Hi roller, mile hcatR In harness over the CentiiYiili t our-o 'I'ho fuiiio of these celebrated trotter* probably tho fa-test In tbo cnuniry- will undoubtedly diaw a larger attendance to tbo Ceutrculle truck iInn ban boon mine-Mil for a long tiino Nhould tho 11.tin r al all prnTo favorable, aod -anguine expectation aro ciilortaliiid that tho tiuin inailo on thin oooa- | alt n w ill bo equal ta that lit any former exhibition ami 1 pri t.ably superior. I ho betting is. mo far an wo oan It arn, lib to M) on tho flt hi ngamut l.ady .\lo-onw. Nuprtmit fuiirli OKNtKAb TKKM. rroiont, Iiutlrca Jouoa, I dinotids and KdwarJl. Mai 2h No. 110 -Mwn, 'tanks, tho highest cam* ralb d n the calendar la now on argumoot 'I aclity ra oR a day will bo albd. I lio Court will adji Ulti ii r ilir on Saturday, Juno 2d. I In ri mi i|iilto a uiiiubor of reserved oauaoa and It In doubtful whether the ourt will b? alila to got much higher on llio calendar. Comtrion Ciena. fh-M.'MI. 'IKtlsl. Mat ?k Cmrrron ta A?m< .Application to dl?rliNigo aitac Iiiim lit denied l Mri,ii.> i . Ilnrhi ?Motion g'antcd, with nb< n> lo ibo d frndant to a. rvo ao aiuondod nua.'or In loi.r III ). IroUl notice of entry of the rule S\l.r?i if it. Itau^han ami tpplbiutb n I it rerlif i all ih nb .1 It khSmondand thru Judgment op not ai.d all pur citings not aside from the toilry of tbt < r, pla hi It io lib an a mo udod dom plaint lip' III |1H.1 III! Ill by plain* Hf ot pill no??A of the pi or; I I n i in ii plaint ill to file ls?u <oi amend-d nodipliilol. noil to pay the iu?l? In llvo daya from Iho day of the hi ryot thin rule ih) iwib id Una motion ami th* oi/eU of t'Uli flag up tin judgment, to abide the event. TELEClJinHC llfTELUCEMCB* Later from Chigrci?Arriral of Colonel PrenMinl ud Party In California. Baltimobh, May P.M. The bark Florida lias arrived at New Orleans, with late date* from < bsgrea. Mr. Beale of the American nary, oam* passenger. He has In his possession a lump of gold worth flU.OUO, and says the accounts of the abundance of the precious metal are not at all eiaggeratod. Colonel Fremont and his party hare arrived safely in California. Later froas the Crevasse?Water still Rising, Bai.timosk, May ll-ll) P.M. The Southern mall has arrived, bringing with it the Charleston Ceurtrr, which oontalu* a despatch dated New Orleans. May tl The Crevasse at Sauve's was still unohccksd. Th* Tuntsburg crevasse was tall on* hundred feet wide. Th* water la th* oity continues t* rise rapidly, and Canal street, on both sides, is overflowed to Dauphin street. Appointment* bp the President, dte. WiiiimiiToR, May 'II?4 P M. The following appointment* were made by the President, to-day h. s. district attorneys. Jsuiee R. Lawrence, for the Northern DUtrlot of New York. Wb. W.Stiokney, for the DUtrlotof New Hampehlre, James M. Clark, for the Uletriot of Rhode Island. u. s. marshals. George W. Jackson, for tho DUtrlot ef Rhode Island. Samuel Garfield, for the District of New Hampshire. deputy postmasters. George Robinson, at Ogdensburgh, New Yerk. Thomas C. Cowes, at Troy, New York. H. II. J. Molf, at WHmlngton, Delaware. C. P. J. Aaron, at Madison, . William Woodward, at Mlddletewn, Connecticut. i.and-opfick risoistkrs. James P. Mahan, at I'aluiyra. MUsuri frontier, from the 'Jtith of June, 1840, In the place of Davis, resigned. Uaae I.efllor, at Stillwater, Mlnesota, from the iloth of June, 1840, In the plaoe of C. 8. Whitney, resigned. indian agents. I)r Wm. Butler, of South Carolina, fortheCherekoos. John Drennon. of Arkansas, for the Chootaws. Thomas Moseloy, Jr., of , (sub-agent,) for the Wyandotte. pknsion agents. arroiNTCD nr the iecaktaay or the uvteriob. John Kelly, at I'ortsmauth, New Hampshire, lsaao W. Kelly, at Cenoord, Now Hampshire. Comntroller of the Treusurr. Washington, May 26, 1840. Elisha Whittlesey, of Ohio. It is stated on high authority, hae been appointed Kiret (.'omptroller of the Treasury, in the place of James W. MoCulloch, resigned. Affairs of Ilaytl. Boston, May 28, 1840, A letter reoelred here from Oonalves, dated the 7th Inst., states that the llayllen army had returned from the Spanish part of the island (after a most complete defeat.) much thinned by sickness and starvation, besides the losses it bad sustained In oonfllots with the Oumlulcans. [This oonllrms tho reports heretofore received ] The llaytlen government has purohased a cargo of provisions, at i'ort au I'rlnoe, for the use of the army. It Is believed that the " government monopoly " lair will soon be repoaled, as all classes are opposed to It. Tlte Inquest respecting the Deaths bjr the Wreck of the Bmplre. Fismkill, May 28?8 P. M. At the session of the Coroner*s Jury, to-day, one new witness was examined?Mr. Seneca De La Vergne, one of the men at the wheel of the Empire. He corroborated the testimony of Mr. Wlltsle and the pilot. The inquest was adjourned until three o'olook P. M. to-morrow. Subpoenas bavo been Issued for Mr. Burden and the pilot of the Rip Van Winkle The wreck U (till farther up, thla evening. A traveling bag baa been found, on whioh waa the name of Mr*. 8. K. Winger, (er Vingor.) Confirmation of the ton of the Ship Maria. Moitbeil, May 28, 1849. The Iom of .the ship Maria, from Limeriok, Ireland, la confirmed. Three of the crew, and nine out of the 111 passengers, were eared. The aurvlvora were landed at <4u?beo, on Friday, in the bark Roslyn Caatle. hip Reported Ashore. PtiiLADKi.rHiA, May 28, 1310. The ahlp Isaao Newton, from Liverpool, la reported aahore on the data, near Bombay Hook. Boot Upset?Six Persona Drowned. BauTiMuna, May 28 ? 9 P.M. A boat belonging to an American steamer waa upset oppoaito Mobile, and six men drowned. The Trial of Dr. Hardenbroolt. Rochkstku, May 28?4 P. M. The testimony of physicians, in the case of Dr. Hardenbrook, was concluded to-day. and some progress was made In taking testimony on the point of adulterous Intercourse between the defendant and Mrs. Nolt. Ihere were no new farts developed The prwxecutlon expect to conclude, on their part, to morrow at noon. Church Fired bjr Lightning. PiTTiBuaoH, May 28, 1319. The cupola of the Third Presbyterian Church of thla city waa struck by lightning, to-day, and set on fire. Fortunately, however, tbo falling rain extinguished tha flames ; and the damage done to the ehuroh la alight. Illness of Mr. Forrest. Philadki rhia, May 28?8 P M. Mr. Forre*t doe* not play to-night, on account of alleged lndtsponltlon. Mr. Murdooh ha* been aubatituted in hi* place. Mark eta, Ac. Ntw OH i.kan , May 22, 1849. The iteamer'f newi ban given strength to the cotton market, and *al*? of 4,000 bale* wore made at very full price*. In flour, 2 000 bid* Ohio changed hand* at $4 40. Tlio aale* of corn are 7.000 bushel*. at 48o. for whit*, and 62o for yellow Sale* of U00 bbla. tuvea potk at $0 40. Freights are declining Baltimohk, May 28?P. M. It ha* been raining hern nil day. and very little buslneaa wax done. Tint market for breadstuff*, provision*, and grocerle* remain* unchanged The new* received by the Htvamrhip Caledonia ha* had very little effect on trade. PiTTenuaon, May 28, 1H40. Tho rain linn fallen during the greater part of the da;, and baa restricted. In a measure, all operatiou* la produce. 1'rioe* remain unchanged < Bursal.#, May 28?0 P. M. Receipt a since Saturday: - Hour, 4.000 barrel*; whiat. 32.000 bushel*, corn. 7 0(H) do The (lour iuarkrt I* dull, with a downward tendency in price* , sale* 2 000 barrel*, at >4 a f4 12H- Wheat continue* (lrini I bough the transactions are not large. In corn, about 6,000 bushel* changed band*, at 40o. Freight* are without change. Ai dant, May 28-0 P M. Our receipt* of produce, from some cause or other, hare tailed to reach u*. In dour there I* but little do,ng and quotation* arehiary. For corn, the demand I* aclire-the *nle? reaching 20 000 bushel*, at.'?? and 67 cenlc for while, and OoX a 01 cent* for round yellow. 1)o*i on, Stay 28. 1840. Sale* of cotton, to-day, were small ; middling fair New Orleans. a Flour was held at au adranue of 12t?c ; no sale* of note Corn?white was held at 67o . iilid yellow at 60 a lite; on Saturday, 2?HHl bushel* of white, to arrire, sold at filio. Molasee*?loll hltda. sweet sold at Jt'e Shipping liilelligs'iiiiei HoaroN, M?y 21, iHtg. Arrived?Darka John, Newport., VT, ttlguelen. Pieion; Tr?Bioni, Phi' mlrlpbi*; J untie* Story, lUltlln r?. brig* ties F Vt ilium*, raltrtuo; Mile, Llterirool, Pearl, P'dladalp'il Clurlada, llaltnnurci Pyrw*. StuJlsy Da anus ,?rs(,Uru, 20); bra lis II*. PotsiWia" Riser; ael r Dsl > irie, .erM*. lieVina, Philadelphia; klus Matilda, AJbanjr; C >. UletUia, do, Itregal, fii'hniensl. Its lis I In i i?s M, tiMlallBtflMt Per sells..11 i ay "*> V M. The Vaj or* (I I l.r eli le> of Pi. i -burgh uniJ \ 11 gh*uy bati i slii d a poi.he met ling to be o. i i in L l cl y o.i >\ i ill c?nn)' 11 r Itie purpose of ad ipling uo.>>.?* y no n oris ii rebeln lImmillei' r* by in, late tire 1.1 .ft. hull s Jit. t I'lllilllifAM ft till to. TflK r.iliTl AMt FnlttlKRIRS ? It IH Bl;lt?il libit I lie 11 i - s 11 wlio r Hilly coiiiiuilt'd solid ii: ivy bi'si rie.. in Portland ;.s lirrbaii Down** i ej-rohau. la lor. 'J ho alio'tin I ol i lie I rgerlee Is > aid to i . y ,,imj. ll.o | i Inc.ipal Is line l. i ?l la ing F. C Rtnenli-. Ill* fn in i pai in. r 'I he paps r o m o.ll> in IB" ban l< of hr > Inn. sod f.c inanniselurer has tssrap-d Its has Iin s to/re t Ui-lain d an eaeelleul character, City (ntelllgriie*. Tub C** ?th? n?Hii?r)r t einmlttca of the Botnl ol Hrillh yr-terday announced that a* >* cant-* ofrh(4>r> had lu?n n'pflixl to ihoin siuoe Ikiit Laet report, which waa made on Sunday. Mil rraav ? 'I lie ?'ity (luerdone <>f the crack onrpa of oar city, and the mho which Unl wluter waul on aa excuretnn to Washington. It la rumored Intend wiaiting Boclon and 1'ravtdi n. o tin loaning July; an, It *tormina look out for I he in We understand th-y have i already applied for quarter*. lu rate of their going, either the Itpvore or Tremont. In Bodiia They a.a a noble aet of fellow* and whatever they attempt iluy do up In a rtyle peculiar to themaelvea Kiara ?m> Aromam-a ? A tire hroke out about Korea 'clock laat night In Hurbcck'* iron foundry In Waal* corner of Krauklin atreet eluoh waa partially destroy, ed. '1 he dnmaue to the building wita not very great While mi the way to the t'.re one of the llreiuen. naaml Korcyth wan run over by an engiue at tha corner af Headway and t hamt>era etreet and hie ankle badly hurt, though none of the bonea were broken l ive foundry of Ur Dunham adjoining that of tlr UurheoK, waa not injured at all A tire broke out about tea rJnlrwvk li.kt lliifhl ill t hi* fiktirth utllf* Itf lllit hlllltM kt the eiirorriif Nwtu street and viaidea I.aim, occupi-d by Calklu* fc Harrow i*x an umbrella anil caue factory, which wax elIlngutxhed without material damage A serioux accident nrrurrrii. by which Daniel vlatthswa, of engine c uipany No 14. wax VHry bailly hurt No, 38 wax xtmillion Ht ^e corner and No 14 wa? niching down the lull when Air. M ran agatnxt the arm of tha former wloch alino-t entirely knocked the brea'h out of hint, lie wax iinm> diately b >me away by I wo uf air friend* ui able to wand lie received the blow on tha chext and the eymptoiiia immediately after were very unfavorable to hi* recovery. The accident oouurrej from the darkuea* of the utreet, none of the lain pa being lighted. Ac'l-idkrt.?An emigrant woman, by the nama al Biddy t arilen, wax ruu oveV yeateiday alternonu. at the corner of llreeuwieh Had Barclay xtreet* by a grocer'* wagon It appiara tlint the hnrxe had tukea fright and while runuing at fall speed knocked her down ant the wiieel paxxeil over her body and ueok with >?l breaking any hoiie* She wax lakeu home by a policeuiuu of the litli ward, and medical aid procured to al tend to her tulTeilng So nor n DriTH ?'1 he Coroner held an Inquest ynster day. at No S31 Rrnailwuy. on the body ol r.llm lirwd ford, a native of Ireland, aged f?f? year*, who came ti her deeth by the rupture of a hloodve**rl In the cliext The deceased It m-ciiix bad heeu in very p air hoaltl for seven year* pant. Verdict according to tha abov1 facta. DaowiMtn-- Mr. John Wood, a native of London 3i male of the Ur bark Teronia fruui Antwerp lyiui at Quarantine, tell overb otrd on Suuilay night about 1 o'clock, aud wax drnwuid Arrcasrr *t Suicikk.?A prisoner confined In th City I rieen, by the name of Tbniiiax I'uiiaugh, attempt ed to couimlt xuioide by cutting hi* throai with a pimi ot glaea He wax dixcuvured before he hud tluie to ar eompUah his object. Th* largest null rhespeat assortment o English three ply double superfine ami o untuon lugrain aa Vxueiian Carpeting, ltu.-x, Oil Clothe, ko. he., lstoas SM at the rclebrnti d ulirapret Carpet xxtablUlimxnt in tb# Unl ted bta'e*. Nil. W Ibiwcrv. Hilt ill AN DEttSON'S?Br larpe ehnw rniim*, wherr hundreds xeruro bargain* dail1 There yeu will save time and mniie?. Seven Lragued Uooia went out of Fushlo with the (Hauls; but if you waul a huxuiifnlly titling, uli gently made, rssy and durable pair of liootx, Slier* or Guar atl til JON KS. 14 Ann atr.ta-t. Aftitp Matinl'vimr Ton with ft. att pt rb artiole, be will sutimlnh you with the modesty ?f ki rice. A Cere for tli? Heartache.?Do Bentlene reflect that the hue<l ufton achaa, at tliie soas m. In suns' quaacauf the weight et the hat thuy woarf KNOX, the era known liatter. 128 Pel (on etreet. ia particular in the tit ai lightiieeeofhia beautiful llate. Ileia matuematioally eorre in lilamanufacture. CO IB IK C ML AF FA i R hT~ MONBY MARKRT. Mondnjr, Nay 98?0 P. M. Tbe stock market opened more buoyant thie mort ing. and there war more aotlvlty and a butter feelli in the Direct. Prices do not exblblt any material io provement, but the tondency wae upward. Menr continues abundant, and capltaliata find it difficult lend their money on good security, at even tire per oen Government stocks have Improved slightly etnoe ti arrival of the steamer, and the sale* have been to son extent. The purchase of good sound dividend payii stocks, appears to be now the only way of lnreatu capital, where it will be safe against all coatingonoh and capitalists are turning their attention to those s ouritlos. At the first board, Treasury Notes advauoed % p cent; U.S. O's, 18(18, *; Illinois 6'a, >?; Pennsytvan 6's, *; Farmer's Loan, X; Canton Company, *; Rata ing Kallroad, *; Erie Railroad, declined * per cea ail others closed at prices current on Saturday. The value of merchandise exported from this pert f the week ending the 26th Inst., was $1,013,(187, iad pendent of specie, and the value of merchandise it ported for the corresponding period, $720 800, showi an excess of exports for tbe week, of $202,887. This a very unusual circumstance. There has been a fair demand for exchange for r mlttmnce by the packet of Wednesday. We quots be bills on London at 8% a K\ per oent premium ; < Paris, 6f. 20* a 6f. 2."> j Amsterdam, 40 a 40.*; Ilai burg. 36* a 36* ; Bremen, 78* a 70. There were withdrawn from the warehouse to-day, half pipes, 63 bbls.. 32 * casks braudy, 00 pipes gin, m 30 baskets champagne. 1 be receipts at the office of tho assistant treasur of this port, to-day, were $221,131 13; payments $7 472 06 ; sdvices $10,000 ; balance $2,074 101 68. The Gas Light Company of Baltimore has declared semi-annuel dividend of 3* per cent, payable at t Unlon Bank on the 1 st of Juue. The I ctapfco Bank of Maryland has dec'ared a <tl< dend of three per ceut for the last six months. The former tolls of Is. 3d per ton, on salt and oc ttAHMitlif til A IVfllitTld ( A. I tiki IllLVM hld'll PAdtaPllff Subscription! have bceu issued for the slock of t Macon Manufacturing Company ol Georgia. Tba ral of share* ban bean fixed at $100 each, so that men moderate means can participate In the enterpris The cap! al Is to be $100 000. but the company will organized when the sum of $80 000 has been subtorib,The ins almenti upon stock are to lie paid in oas We understand some $40 000 of stock has already be, taken by the leading business men In Macon and ? cililty. 1 he planters of that section hare resulted invest their surplus means the present year in It way. A public meeting was holden In Warranto Warren county, Georgia, ou the 'ilst Inst , for the pi pose of taking Into consideration the propriety of t tablishing a cotton factory at that place, to be pi pelled by steam fleveial Interesting addresses w? made, after which b<-oks of subscription were open, atid $30(1(0 subscribed A Comiiiittt e was appoint, to organize the com| any. These things show that t j people of the South are awake to their real iulern<. The State of Georgia is growing very rapidly as a in nufacturing State, and we hope her example will be f lowed by others in her immediate vicinity. We Warn that at a recent conference of the Hoard Dirt ctors ot tht> Soul li i arid ina II ail road, and WII in in ton and Manchester Railroad. conditions wore agre upon for the jiinel > u of the two roads, which were m ttinlly satisfactory. J'lie point of junction will hi^ Rocky Mount, about, a mile and a half lielow Mld-llei depot,nt ttr where t in I uindeii branch enters the it atci Swamp. We timli eland that the g a ling of the enli Hum lias been coMineted for. to lie paid for ill stack the company. The entire superstructure has been t tier, d to be let upon similar conditions as a prop esili has already been ri ci Ived ^contract for it from p trti who ate willing to fake four-bf, he of their onm pit in tloii in stock It is the determination o the til run m tohstn torty miles of the road in operation at at eatf a day as practicable us contemplated hy the sob-ml tlon of the Slate. This will carry the, from junction with the ( am,ten branch, to within tell mil' (until nf L>nillii|<ti<n Court Hour?. Wo annex a H'nti mi nt allowing tint movement the bailing dopnitnuntu of (he hanking limine** (?rli bank In (he Stive of i inuocticilt. In April. 1H . coiupaind wllh the corri a, ( tiding period In INIS I will br'it irteil Mint the tiieooiliiti* hare lonrna?< alight ly * it hln the puNt jut. while the circulation h fallen off .-lightly : ? lien.. r I'onntcTiotjT. K -mi.. 1&I8 *md 1R10 K<i?? 0/1 "'/ ?. 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