Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 10, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 10, 1849 Page 1
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I ! . TH NO. 5574. TKET LITE FROM T1IK WEST MDIA ISLANDS A5D SCUTH AIEBICA. I f ARRIVAL OF TUB STEAMSHIP GREAT WESTERN. Interesting Intelligence from Venezuela, Cartkageoa, Hayti, Martinique, Jamaica, Barbadoea and Bermuda. Arrival of California Gold Dast, See. Ace. dee. Tl>. v.; ? n?. w.... it t w.ir. this week without full cargo**. It prove* to b? very large, say S3,0b3 hogtbeads sugar and 10 587 punobeoaa molasses, exclusive of the uonsumption of tbe l?laad< I- bat the two tmhU, now loading, will oarry. When the fclae of the Logrhead 1* considered, say 2,000 pou uds each, It would hardly appear pomtible that a pot of ground only twenty eue mil** In It* extreme length, and fourteen la breadth waa capable of producing ?och an immeate amount. The pronpeet fur the comix g crop U highly flattering. The breadth of ground planted U larger tban usual; the leaves are la a vary forward atate, and without any drawback* to 4be pret* nt pnaptcta, we (ball export 4U.UU) hogrheada (ha etaimg >ta?on. . With the exception of yama, ground previsions are plenty and cheap. Sweet potatoes are very abundant, and ailing ,l <0 to tu cent* per hundred p ><ind*. for exportation. > alna are tearoa, and telling at $6 par Bvcdrad ponnd*. The laet crop of y?m< war* Injured ! by a blight, which operated very muob ll*ie the potato rot ia the L ulled State*, and the present, oae i? *alu to fcu In a at ill were* condition. from ton wine cause. American impoita bate trcn light for tbe la?t taw qrai ka. and pile** are advancing. Hour i* in demand, and sail* at ><J 'J6, atowk uiouerato and holder* demanding hifber rate* dale* of all the good meal In market at >4 lj and $4 M, very light (took Hate* of area pork a*. >13, prime, *10 7b to fll; r.Uaaxe 12fc atnu, laid. V to 10 eenis, butter. 16 neat*, eeaioe; eandlt-a M>? ceuta; corn >17* per bag of i buxhela. very acarre; B 1. ptaa $1 >0 riar, S\ <* ate; pilot bread, $S 60, oiackiia, 14 to >4 26. oodtisb. *- Ml; maakirel, $4 to. No arrival* of white pine for aix Wt-eka, and stock getting low, I quote } 10. ny press shtngiee, $0 to I >7 CO; eedar, >4, pii?e. }4 to >6, f. pine, to >22; | ltd oak etavi-?, VM to Wi per \l. The following are tb' -viurrlcau verbis In port: Hark Henry Trowbridge, Uncharging, eohotaer J. tJ. LIhJ- | My,do; biig ivadiur. to rail to-uay for Turke ieiaad aad New \ oik. '1 be tcboouer ti tut railed on the 24d f<>r I giUtatatb city and the May t lower tbs tauia da/ tor Tfitiidad TUB MmKIMkH Gl.'ktAK I'M/. TO OKSaRAl. STLTA?THE E>r> Of TUI WAK?IKOUfil.K WilH UC., tit-'. The Ht. The luas l'fUr.it. of tho 29th of August, enntalaa the lur ' ? ! int. reetlag .particular* of the aurreadar af (ieneral 2'aes to tha force* of General bio, sagas:By the Dutch ichooner Anna, wblah arrired on S'm- , < ) t coon iroiu t.i.racoa we received ioteiiig*noe , that Oeivwral Far' and hi* bmuv were ia > diy adea-ieiag through tbe proeiuoeof arah. b >tu?ard > aleaaia; | but a few liour* after we tiad b eu piu ]n p arinakia at , tha above m an the packet schooner trracuwa arrlvad from l.adnayra ai d ly her we larued thet ( ueiai Paea after having advanced a? far aa Vailed to diacv vered that the lojal j and nihil da* ut Vinet4 to?a d , him by th<> people of \ anetut 11 on 111* ar i?a( a'. U >ro, | atd on *bi4!i tn l.nd eoimted for auv: t. e* e nooil- , derablyaobt"4. bve huadreii auhereutn b lug a.I tbit ware with hiiu at tin* eruiual juueture Ui p >iuted In the expefanre o| l.av "K lla arurf ii.er>a*xd auJ I dUcourcn' d l > the hc|'> leaMitaw of lila eit i?u in. be re olved, on tha )4tl> inetMit. to aurren-ler lilui elf to . Oeaeral 8)l*a e<>mu ao<Jer In thi<l ol Out regiment Bolivar, who Lad adianeed elihlu half a day s iaai*h f Par* and Lis tew faithful Mtowera With tbta view ba rent a lettvr to tleoeral Sjlva (a eopy of which we t ave truu>trrri-dri?m the Hr,t ik'.mt* toour aolnuiD' ) aid the day alter, b< an I two of bie son*. Doctor t^nlntero. m i several offleer* sum aderad itianii ?.i,.?.^i <?i.?i? in. !..? . ? wl 11j.i Tha ptlaotnr* mrtm i ub^mtn ntly o tijun'td Under , *?ort to < tiHM, *bvr? U-i>aral f*??? r*ni<tlu?d *bar|(~1 with high political otTree?? aifawi-t Mm W bat* n? ? t.1 IrKfu ?lia' line i>l c u Ml Ilia r th atlf* will adopt uia-i b? . tun-.' ??? bat abort tim? paat. nlvaji uiurfl tltfi rr*p-at. but ? bop* thai b* III b? p? aml'tad to rattra piacaabl/ iut > MM, 4r>lr>, an luforaud. ba aiiUilali.ii biinaclf. Vii LMirj, Mih of Aafnat. IMJ T? tk* Otrtrnl ( mmnndtr-**-L ) itj oj iht ami ta upt- . rrtion ii f?i< Cfixlwi Wh*? I n*rM uk hm of < ?a ia* 11th (nit , I banird l!n )<u ?nt>> float ?itk fortra in ir a?, aid I rml'N i* art'* w >*a, la <#r4?r *> Mm* to tanataai* tha pr****i *?r \? pa-t.iu aia***. T?-daj I art'-r'ala ir* >an.a nmlnnit nana iha llth-tmtia art* arfelak I ha?* pat .a rraaue* all mj I f i. k.lb M . tblaf la tha map an* an lra?io.?? f tha Rap Mia I d?-'r* Ikat tlii |rtm i r"?i?M tarm.aat* witkout lacr-wmj ik? < Mtalortanra vhlrh tl.* *v*alt) laaaata. aa t I W ?"at thia JKlal (id aill la t lalaad ti aataplm< it.* aiataur* wtluii I ; ?* tli* k?.n>r in pao??a* tkraa*k Ha mid ooa of Captaia a J**?a Tl )?a?tl. I Hit tl.ia drapat'h yr dayllaal* la aint*>*r 4lr**tl*a,tbat , M may a*t ka la raaaklac yaa> baad-<iaart?ra. t a a, air, kt, Jo* ? A*TOMO PAIS, lata l)rtartai V*n*roa**ro, Uih nf An* hit. > Ml ct ilia I a? aad M al lad. ptad ao*. < T"? l*? Nrrrtl.ir y a/ Hi tit 4.. Ik* 1) U a/U.iraad JlarM; It la a*? I Ja'rli.r*. and I haaa Jan raaalraJ frou. Mr. Jwaa Aatoalo Paca a a>B>aal<atien mkick I ta t >a* t* yoa. and ?n alilri, I r-| i* i ia tl roll** lag aaaitr ' II It a'ali tk I r?*?i?*d y?a? a*?a datad tkla day at Tal- I laalta, dalitarad ta na ky d?a* da Jaav* Villa.mil, yoar *Baiiaataa*r I* avhoai I cava a h*tri*r. Iara<ly I kaaa tk* k?a*r ta laf*raa J "? I bat I ka?a aa rrvara fr (**craia*nt ta trvat, hat 10 aahaai'* p*aa? aad I arm n*t* tla* war aliirk ta d*?nlattt( *?r I a?*titul a?ia>ty. I **ra-\ aa rar aa r-.^ar Jt . aaalf, ta i f?r within aay ??*a* tka a-aarltt at tli* IIt*? if ' all wba aaay ?rrr?t*ar at *Ucratl*a. Thanaarnaaat ta ala aat, aad *111 *aar art la a***rdaa*a with i h* I a* * kirk I *<>atmaalrat* t* y*n for tha laf >raa tUaa *f tka iftatiT* a?i?*r. I aa, (tr. ytar afc't **>aaa(, iO^I L. HILT A. Aaaaiad la th? Hat of th* ahUfa who aurr?ad*ra4 to tba ?a|*money ol tha (utarnMit, la tha *ojntry rall< 4 Monaxaa, aa b*fora pubiiabcJ la tba >*r? Htraldt? 0?a*ral*.?ixa* Aataal* Taaa, La** fibril Cordari. Dtaia?a H>raaa<l?a. C*l***l> - J?r- r**?1aatl?a lalrata. D l*ra* Ifaraaidaa. Alrjaadr* Blatif , Fiaarl*** Aaraaia, Carina diachln, Joa* Calia, Joa<|nia 'yrta i ka< ia. Urate tnr-at *nt? >' - i.irl A a tn*i.. l'i. ?, Fn i.? M an daaa. Joan an nlo Ir .. Maaual Mtr<a Martia. Marlaa* L'ataiiti, l'>at*l-?a a?dr>an*a. B*r?ad C< auraadaata ??? raaaalaa Rrl**a*. it a a Ritta'"irt, t**p"U* T.Maria, Jot* iaaa I'ruaaaM^ lUiava VmrOntnl ?Yl?f?. ! >** Aval*. Ilrat Sar*oor.- I>r Tlraata I lnrM. Commi'Mrv i.f * ?f - Faraita (inr'ia. Aa?lt?raf tu.-lit. * ?>! Mulatara. Arrnnling to lh? f"llowlnf. I ha Htl'l-h h??a r??->lr?d to diftl with tlia V aaamalan ("frnminl In Trlkllsii to (tin It* pultlil off lk? pavuirat of J-bU d|kt or klai ;?tmlatTian Ckihhth Oi?>i<l. I LMatM, j<lr 1*, iK^. ) Sia ? I kaao th? k?ao? m ?ia?? ? y?a, f?r th? Ufaratatiaa afall Km >b ?ot |?oi? r?>idln? withla j?af >?r i.lif dt ,trl?s ?Kat h?t f yrttm ?at. ka?iB? had ?t.4?r tnalr mi(<*ara?l< a tha i*. ,,f ym -t A|>iti la?t, for anaMia* dtltora ?a vktata fr?a thatr aradltort a p >n >d of fr?o> at* to nlaa t< art for tk* t >ym#a? af ih.nr a?i^a, ua?a rwalvflt I mot t? (wrmit a law ?o intmontiM witk IM ?atrit af tba troatj l?t???n Ut'll Brltala aad Vat>??irla, atii *) taaah it **rlaa<"o aiik iha fiindamoatal pr1a<iplra of Ini-rwaUonal t?tarooar??, ta ka apt !?-<?. cttuar tatronrau' r?lf >r pr->apw?ll??l?. to 'i p<lmh"l Brit' h . >' jf? ?r? a?i'?rn?'t, ad that kff M?f?*tt'i (ahjrrta ha?a lk?iafuro Wanted it tltolr dat? turaally U d*rl*ra to iho ('ivarantaiit f V?naaa?l* thai tko 8tat* af V?notn<-la III Ha r?nlt?il, ky t r?at Britala f ??!? *f .| to Rmuh? i'J- u ?iI l>?. . oa t K">b tba, --..a 1 t rti? of-h? ?-ra f ta aajaat aad uapntoipled a law. J RIDLtlU jl uc bu aiiinii i mi cut ww rpiri iiy it. j. ?t wur, Esq., Commander, and 11. Boucher, l'uraer, arrived on Saturday night from the Wert India Island* She left Bermuda on the 5th inat. Sha brings very late advicea from all parta ol Central America and the West Indies, Her datea are? Bermuda Sept S Antigua Aug. S3 St Thoniaa Aug 31 (Juadalnupa " 29 Naaaa* " 29 Doniln'que ' 21 Vara I rui " IT Martiulijue " 28 Tavpico " 14 St LunU " SB Hoodura* " 8 Bsrbadoe* " 27 Jamaica " 22 St Vincent " 2k 8 J.deCoba. ... " 19 (uracoa ' 24 * Tcrtola " 80 (irauada " 34 St KitU " SS Trinidad " 23 Nevia " 29 Tohago ? 24 Moutwmt " 29 D*m?rara " 21 The Great Weatern haa the following amounta of apecie and California gold duat on board, aa freight.? 1 pkg. $*M H5, order of Mr*. Man Hartmaaa. I " 43 Tit California (old dast, Edwtu UartUt. 1 " Via* - K. vr. Clark*. Dodft* ft Ce. 9 " SU.tiaa " order of J. L. FaUoia 1 " 8.UX) - - " " 1 *" I.IW Itiitai (iWer, SinomfeM, BatkikCi. J " S.IOU a lucricait fold, Goedlio* * Co. Annexed la the newa:? OUK BAKB4DOK8 COBRBSPOttDBNCB. BaaaaDQB*, August 27; 1849. Tfu Crf of Sugar an J tt?latiei?Pnminam??jlmarican Impor/t? Shiyjiing InleUigenct, fc , fe. Oar crop la all reaped, and mod of it baa air?dy been ablpped 1 here are oil; two veeieU in the hay taking in the remnant* of the crop, and both will *all E NE MOI APPAlia IN ST. I.trCIA. The St. LueU Palladium, piklloktd at CwtriM. af thi 94th of AoRUNt give* the following lofermatton rtltUn to th? crop*. 8t LueU li 27 bUm long ud 11 arid*. ? A* the crop ifi>oii 1* dfawing to a elo??.u4nr>klp rut* ut the iityiM not lit from b*it| eunifUitd -iml| two ttwrlr now loading la th? port. and twa mora as prct?d i?' arrive, but whiob will not be filled with the produce i4 tbl* year- we may venture, whilat giniuf aa ar count of tba quantity that ha? beea aotually bi|'p<d io ftimat* al?o what i* likely to be the total eap> ne i t tb? >?ar. at the sain* time comparing it with lart >>a?V account*. Kroiu the lat of lauuary t > the 'iltt iui-t . t h?- rxport* eoiouut to 3 MU h\J? . 178 ten , and l.WM bbl* <>t *utrar 7IT pnm mi>i*? .*?: and It punc. rum I u*pare?l with the export* of the eorreap. u><ioj< uat* Iwt year. tbl* aeo^uut exhibit* a aurpiu* ot fc W bhd? , 1m Ir. , :SM? bhU nugar. '2Hti pun* uiutMmi. and a uror>a?e of 6W puu* ru.u. Afl?r the 'iutaf A^U't la?t )nrvi?o v***?li>. < a?trie? and Ruby, tuok tbr rriidum.l Lbe cri p wbinh auiuutitxd to a total of 4 Ufk bud* . 7b tro a*d t 673 hbl*.?equal Id a'.l to 4 4M bbd*. ot t-u^ar. f-74 pan*, of tnolatee* and u>7 |?uu? ot rum Now the t*a eewwl* at preaent receiving earSo the ^ roa ch end Orbert. will probably take 4 bd? . abii h w<th >be addition ot at l??>t 16U t>h1? nieh arc likely to await tbe U'er ve*??lii. would bring up the total i-uuar orop of 184W to ab>ut 6 000 hhil* . er bent f.i 0 lihda ovtr th? ?i|iurt? of last jrtr I'bU M far favorable > uli ta tu b' tirstly. to m i)> moat uiiiiiii iruptad aucuta?ion of good win D? baring, at every pi?iir?-iu-l?e rtaga of cultivation and inaaulartora aided our plauier* iu turning to tbe bant ii covdi rarh xlniider mean* and malarial* M tnay could comuiand. and ooimdl;, to tk* opportune reIblorccuitKi of UbtiiWD obuictd from goraruuent i> tlia early pari of lli? >?*ar. But fur tba vary teilou* drawback experienced in omaequenia of ihe notoaard dlatui I?dci of March taut ? t> ?i li in a diuiuution of lab*r. at in I fearful dnHruotion of gruvii g ?nt i ana uiBuuf*.Urie* to certain part* of (he ih.aiid- a much largt-r orop would have brm |iii?Juc?d ttaia jaar. mora (fptoiill; with tba valuable artlMakri dirivad from the labor of tba Alr cau Ui.iDijiiaoU tbat have bean introduced la iba coi?i>) who. lu ail raaea, moat amply repar. by their aptiiutie for eatate a oik and the ataaily davoiedueaa of their c?i duel, tba uiirparlug kindueaa and libi<ralily of th?lr ?n>pl<o?rt Although. on tba acorn of out lay ? co?. paring thn rxpaure ot providing tba nef-ounxri witb bou?*?. alutblt'g. food and other neceaaary c?calorte wiib iba wagre u-ually exacted by our nativ* p.ataiitrj ? tbeplaular uiav not b? aitid t> nave anytbi> g. It i? jet certain lliat tha praneoce of tb*M Afriraoa on lb* aetata* doa? away with tba aarioua inerntrBiriKw and luw buhrrlu euliered from ih-< waut of continuous labor; aod tha plantar quickly all re to tba advantage thua placed before him. U prompted by ibf double incentive of bun unity and latereic to m?cuia iba all' oiiob and attachment of l>i? uaw laborer*. Barrli g I be uncertainty of weatber an<l other raaualtiri", w* arv inclined. ?van aow. to augur favorably of tha pirptraiiona wbirb ara being naili toward* tha future or op. An ordmanca had b"en enacted for enablng tha local government to obtain a lnaa to meat tlia public expenditure uf tba eurraut y?-ar and bad rewired tba approval <f tbf Oanrior ia-i biaf. It wti ax pea'.ad tl at tha lrland ruveuue would nhow mora favorable re fDltf. bow tbat iba m<>nat< r purlolrii.iga had b?? put a (lop toby tba expoaure of iba racaut d< faloatiaa*. AKFAIRB IS JAMAICA. [From the Kingston. (Jamaica ) Journal. Aagu*t 11 ] Ilia election* ara tba al -absorbing topic at tha premm n*< uii ill an wall with tint praa* aa with tho-a who tale au interest in political affair* Thata laitarar* vary taw c< U'| aratlvely; and tbf great bulk of tba inhabitant* cara vary litila about who ara returned and know still ItM ot thair political principle* Of tba twenty two pailsbee. A electoral diatricu. into which tha Island la divided. favanteen have bad thair laolione aiid ratuia ibair aiciubi-re Ihara baa baan ooa dt'iibli* rat urn " whirh will iand?>v anntti..r ?lwntiitn meetfary mtii-D tba La^ir-lamm n^mibla*. whleh will baoiitbeMh September prualino. ill fir it tlia elaotti dp h*T? gi no tb?-> ha?a bean fa?ormbla to tb? ilh*ral fiu?? The t"D?i-t?itliiv?," an they p?ll th-m-t-Unc. i>i<tt and would liara oth.r? bihera what they tham?rhn do not, that the lectiooi have k?d? i a their fa?or They claim all tba naw ui?a. ar ch returned far tfcn brt-t tiniu, of whom there are twelra, baoauxu tliry ia> tbay ar? 'retrenchment oiao." la tUi? they utate the trulb. but uot the whole truth V.rary main b? r that bat beau ehetrd U a " retrenchment man." but not of the kind or cla?:> that th? " o"u?e-r?a: mean. There fcrat cry f*? reiMiiliatorn among them, ai> nill b- urn xbiii the Ar??uiHy prooeed* to ba?lL*M 'I bera l? ?j J.-iijiug nor dipguUluK the fact that the I'lUae, tr Spaldlngfe*. bxr Um groaaly dea?l*ad 10 thor eip?nationa of a large a4iitloii to tueir namb?r?. end are di-aatUtted wilu ib? r**ult of tb? owtMi They will b? much mora ro ?u?d 11>? other electiona (iiimiI Another diaM'lutiou, ?u l they alU be made to try piceati Mill tbey provoke it ? However much tli)* n> ?n| ?p>'r era; e >mplalo of tha go*rtiiD.iDt aixi Lol?lth-ianJ'HK lliat tome of th. ui continue to lil>K thr ohangea upou it* conduet t')??rtfi the M>u gruair* Boat ptraous b-gln to bt> a-?ur.d that i,laW\t r in to bvacbitT'd in ih *?/ of Improvement. or of prosperity. oiuil ba b.t their own eiertWuw. it baa be?i. observed. by ihoae who themneWea time to Jo to aiid to think. Ibat noting I* to b'< obtaia?d from the ll< me (toTerumetit or Parhftiueul. 1'iiey bav?> wiln> ffed the pror> i dirgn ot :hU lat ar appr^ar'uiby it* t. iu it aMop *nt)->i|% loaroe'j a rufcraM* toe loh.al affair*. and have >?!-ttly coombd that Imparl >1 leylalath a. il It writ l'U>ljf t?? bt ui-ui aur eoadl'.ion. la tiot to b? obtained. 1 ba divi-loa wb en ba* b>'eu coat* to \iy> n tha l>. m.rara ca-e, toupled ?itb thw d. i-pa ch troni Ih* McKtarj <4 Hutu u iii : flUil 10 our H?>tika of ai? nbly 1'iin no r?oB for doubt an to tbr|i?ue?f lh>> eniiiift berwren thl* la'ter and tba I outril The appeal to tba coun'ry i? aiiautly bat rrrtaluly pr> 4<jnu ir l?a eflfet II ba* lnrn>a>ed tba Buribe' it thn ~ ibinklnx men " aad raw need a (ff"?t 11 any tnvMooi iDifivwu-u' batb mi tn tba nature and the r- n'<'r{G*nra < f iba attempt, which l?i| to it Wa b?pu fleam thobrb unwli injrty. that to our ?wn arttrrpil>a and irduetry u.Vi>t wa na iud?l>'ed f ?r auroeaa, at.d llia.l tiif latur. to be enduiinir. mu>t ba w.>a hy (hoe m< sua. II I' not e? * uM-n,_? to throw oif rid hi.bit* n r 11 ahan/a old rlewn Tba opinl in? if a reiitvry. hai.d> d flown fr m i*nnt ! > ehlld. are rot to b? got rid nt withou'. ho effort, and partliul'irty *h n the M>nt?-Ki which it approra* m.dm I litrrprlia ti.d Indu-try alni^t ii?i?i?try ^et 1/1 fr will looner, or mora < ?. laiuly du?troy li e l?eitr :' rf d> |? i d-rne ti| r> Iba ^o*> rnno.bt ai d i>| " i< prottclli* aitfcinii'iit iron 1 h-< H->iir>nM 11 ml tiff ? n'< provfi rt of a <?~p.?ri or* ffna tb* p'?l y al.l-iila t>n dritrm D< 6 rp t hy tUa* prow ut f>TTIIl'M Put wblUt ItOlfr BbatiriubltlK 111 1 hup* 11 a* tl t* !?l!?r will iraln ati-vd th iu th? f I**i?t*i k t'llrji1 tlry *ir !?< kip? f'- rwarn to ih.* pari hJ I ?n lor* *u p??*ra will b* cotnpallad t" t*ap? n th>ic ?? ? jr >ln?K'Uii htr, (i d to ermtr a Malili lnf?>n <ia i d !< m' lau-iru > tha* in human IkIu^. I'Iihii i a?l< ?'lj ?l!i |>1?4 u.aatti g? iu tbi? an4 apprala (1 tin- k*- 1 UI* >'* *i"1 |?r itainil ?b 111 l? uhjaul ari * tlt*rtt< ( lki> Mt In II *ud *r iru>l. ?lli h*n 11 i f e. i.l l*d>.?<ii(| tht ft. uacr ioad"pi tueb m< iiurrt bk wni i naara tb* iuf"N> miul < ( tk-r* >ii|| momtiiu As ft no actioa on ?!< part <<f th? K-iaarnuta.it b** b BU' ? Kldon r'-'-t any u.ilil Ilia pbilaMl.tcp . ta ?t I Cftlaud b?|tlo N> iiiot- to Mtimr, aud mU lUi i'<rr ul atlrk ? ell ka <m tbry ar* oapabl lli* bulk of lk? lli*iab'.la<il* ?f tliei? *ol/al??, baila* Ixrn lib .-at>d lru<u alaYrtv liir- Uih tb* m-truBlrtit Bill Y *f I ha?* p?Travr *( bound to aff ird lru m 11.? I -aid in aprnaiplbhiric lb* ii para- ion of tb* African* who art ll>|*ll) aid iroir.pany dataiuad la bocda?? in lh* >|i*ki>b d? p? ud> i.rln Jauiik-a baa d>ti? it* (li tj ai d it i> to b? h< pad ???ry atiicr Dtitiab po-M*?i< u aHi folh.w tb* axaiupl* 'lh" ?>atlif-r aa tM* n?J* of th* Maui baa b?*n f t am* tin.* ?n j UIJ aid taltrj, a id atnnul'iUT' na< nuf. Knd iu cM?i|?riie> \N iiklu tn- ia-t fodr da/a tioa nlM I ?'< Mk ai.icli If that tnitiaa* alii b* proJucinr il i. urh ?nl 11.* i ?d> tio??*ar. ar* auffarItIf fr< Pi u lb' a* rattiai ?h '? ra Ira*'* rxiiitiiibaa du I aiil may b a p-lt? J to ooatlm a Hi until w? litir pa*??d throi-gli oar tramitioa ?ta'? It alii ! * ?utj rt?lnir lO'jaait if tb* rf*pra?*i .a uadar ah:rh v? labor, and oiiicli ia lihrlf tn *<ialtoiia f r ? ai* tinir y l.aor* nat ladno* p*rann? to turn Hull kltauiK it l? tb* prodnctiouof uiao; of tba*rt!*l-? lira iai|?itnl lr?.m ub? a?i Iba ?oa?i tlon that tr |? ala*ai.U priiiJviit to do a t la f>'ro>i<4 Itaalf ap >a tfia mli'da t f a g?< d mat.; aim ar* nalj pravaaivd froia makltig th* itparlmnt front luno-atma Mfa hava ati tjthiaa to i-aru iu tbl? inland and *kat la tuoat unl?.it ui * < , tbara ar" l?a. If an). I i io>lri-t Tiia a>a?a ?.! 'b* paopl* ik<?* wl?" a?r* tha batr?ra of a. id aid aaritcif if water uud*r tb* ol4 ???t"ui? kaow Li.:l.ii4 li-jf'Bd fr jt?Io< *111' a an<t*yt?kin? and callage. iirr. lb* i.n i.(t?n? are all abor* worklarf attk tb?ii bat da ar* ari>tu*rata of Ike flrat *?vr. a*d ta?> ?.r< vd avaa to iartruet or direct ?-ra flic > r. on la?<r Im?o rp<>ll*d bT tl- l*t? rj-lrm i<i1 taiffbt ll at It la di^iwtfiil tii Ut.or. Mil hmti-ii WUu<l |>< ? I?IL| fMil Mlaitl iiluuU(M au<i ? di|-?uu?bt upou for* |iirr> fur nuomront arilol'i ahicli lb' Bil(tt iBitiy produao aritbtn li?r?*ll so t Ibtl HO *llk ID HMt'^r.jrd ?L.I in-oni? wi?tao?. ' Maivitg p<-|iu>Hii Till* t? th* l?|M) b*<jU*attl?d hy hI?ihi - tb? *?aia cf ilaet for wbieh th* iata ?la?* c*?vfw ami l>?rn ?? proprlalora ar* r? .p >n?tbla I h-y lam- tn,po??>l np?n lh? *< ua'ry a load ?r1*?ou? t? ba h?.?ti*, and nrt ? * of th?ai It moving t Hog'T t? l ithtfn it Hunar. < ( B?? ?nd a ipul*> ry labor ar* all lln-yiMrk of hy day. or drram bl ?>> n *ht l'ui?bl? niti?t I* tb* e? nJHI"li off an; ooubWf ?iilv?flt to tbell rul* ud |lim up to th?ir itirringr*. BtMMI.'liA nniXIOKNCH. Tto ilirmndt H*yaf llairli*, to tb* 4th tnit ta?l? rl??, U It ootalB* th* following Iten ol Mm? Tb? R. M. 8 P. Trai<t, apt < lwt from thaCMiff ol Vralto. Nana" *4 . rrirod on tiaturilar la?t with th? onilnirmii t.. d lr?i?ht ! ?' ! *1 . >-hl n>al. M raff* ?.f W|tri and 21 t?K? pln?? Th* H<-i tauWian, of U? JVlh off An|vit. |d?1 tb* fol lt*lr|:? M? Vt atllrrto*. o*n*r off ?h* hM( (i?IJ?n Rut*. b ft tl.a ? ?* r.| prora*dt?g to Mad. tra. for th* purp"?? ol prrrurli>K'rum among. | I ha v****nl ry ->f tha'l'lanj ah- tit flf.y p.r-<>n? ?ho stay b* trilling to *ililgrat? t? PMB-i.rta a a?ah?r off individual* **nn*?t*<1 (Htl *f rlrnltor* and trad* an ?rll h-ad? of famlll** ha?? |i' ^d ?Hh Mr Watiingtoa to ?at? tf> > i< ntgranxInk th? tr < u>ployni*at for l?rtn off ???r?, ? thfdr inf* ?r it?*l h?*r* . tha >ip*n*aol th?ir mtr dn?tion will b< btrr? | art I j by th- partiM who havo o/i --d to*nv pi>y Ilia ln o,i*-atii? and puttlv fr...n th Kraut off pah lip wncrn*) ni?a- by tka I a^taiaiata far tha p ->et >tl'in <K ? Tha ??nt >( !ab?r. hoth for 4 in tUn and grinuta.al parpoaaa, la vary gaarraU; ffatt vnrtfagb^ai W YO INING EDITION?MONDAi th?M I4wlt; a lar** nunbarnf tha vorklng po?pln that ?fr? f-rmerlj a?atlahl? ?? rwanta ami rtwlil lahorwra vr |I1? la cnch elreun>ianrt* umblo them U obtain llfrllkuul without recking hirt by Ula month or day, nd t in* who am dependent for ?uh*l-t?op? up?u aaaploymtrt in faoithr* or on farm* are o-itbrr n-mir iabti lor inauetrv oor fidelity Of eourtte thereare maiy ?*tbe country would batia mi>?r*ble condition il there were not; but oar ob?erv*tt--n< heve reference te the generel etate of the labor market la the*e l-Uanda Now undqg Mich clrruai?teim?*. Mr. Wetllaaton'a undertaking Ih amort cum inevitable one; and from what ?f bur Irtisrd we iiw go rMMii to apprehend any 1 other mult than a decided benefit We bar* ?ak*o fon.e little pain* both by luqulry and research to inform ourrlirr respecting the Madman pea?aatry W? liuu that they are thrifty temperate ?ud very polite, { the male* are nioeily ruK^rd on the e xl?u?ive vlua- , jardi- ot tbat Mend but th?y are alao employed In th* cultivation of wheet barley aud rye, benlde* rlie. been* potetoe*. and other vegetable*, a* w..ll a* IrulU l'h* fen alee are accustomed to wtura labor; Independently i cf bnaeehcld toll* wblcb devolve upon tham.they heve I to prooure Int l. and often b.-ira to travel from the rural | diatrict* to tbe town to dispone of It for their MUbelet- 1 ! tree Theee trait* aud habit* ara quite favorable ami , wnnant Iba expectation tbat aoc.h people will prove 1 t be mi-el re* very *eivie> able In Beroiuda. We have 1 ttacn to ItWIrva that great care will be nh?erve>l by 1 Mr Wellington '? the KeleetloD of th<?it Wi irnr* he la I eoiuojlt-aioned to bring here he will we ndTpeot eW>?e I rbt rely fiom amorg>t the country population of Ma- . I delra. ?bi<? prluolpi'a and uiode <.f liviug hava not t?-e marred by the ooutaminatlug lottuencet usually prevelrtit lu town* It ia well knovn that tneuv of 1 these people have arrived, end settled In the Weet Inoe lelanda Lord llarrl*. the able end l itelilgent (ioTtruor of Trlulrfad apeak* m??t fav?t*bly of tbe ' iDdun'rl' u? I ablt* of tbo-e who have been in'rn.luot-d lute tbat laland ; aud the bulk of tho?e Madairaa? whe bit ve-ettled tn Deujerere (at w<- learn from a irentle- , n>ab ?bi> ha* bad excellent opportunist of Informing h:tu?elf.) have conduu'ed themselves la an wrderly nut tint-* and been remarkable fir their thrift and la- j du-t.ry in whatever woik they were <Miii>l">ed We, (Leielote look forward to tbe ActoiBpliehioeot of thll nudt Making with Hgreeeble autle'p&Uoua ; ead hop* tbat Vr Wellington pial-ewoi th? eflorU will be eioeued with the in out complete nucoeM Till KAIIAMAS I | We obnerve by the Na?>au paper* of tbe 1Mb ?f Ai gnat. that a apt cial meeting et tfc Legislature of the Behxoiaa had bet-u held, in eon-equeuee of lu b?ing dueovt-rt-il ih?t the cou-i Itution an J power* i of ibelr onrt uf Ortlloery''have been defective slaoe tl e ctnitufiiotmeiit of (ioveruor ,i ailh-w n eluiialitra ' i i Hub? tbat In tlnce tbe '^nth June. 1644 IK kit It i ki vuia. been customary for the governor, aaOTiiluary to i i 1 ext icl-e the power i f grautlng llcenHe* tor marriage*, < probate* of will*, lie lu the eomaila?lou*. how- i n*r tl Oovernor Matthew, and i f tbe prnwul uii-nii- | the. tbe authority a* -ordinary" Lad been ouiitie4. > ; and eotiMqucbtly tbelr aet* In the dutie* and poeera , of fueb oflloe were of no t-ffeat To rented? thia the 1 rpeclal frbrU'iU bad been held. Four bllla were pa*ee<l: tbe firht fur validity liig certain marriegee: th? eeeoud lor regulating tbe Court ol Ordinary : the other two , were for < bjeotit not eonaeeted with the apeelal cali of . tbe Legietatare TIIK TROUBLES IN HATTI. [Frrm tbe Klng?ti n (la ) Journal Aug 8 ] We era informed tbat advice* have btwu reoelved ' , In tbleaity frt m KayM brought by tbe Auierinau brig i '>?lijr "Irom Port-au-Priuee that there hae again betto j acne bloody work going on in that unfortunate n mn- j i irj i>" iff* in?u ei? uit-u ?nr> mmrrtu ncia Dii(n milct-f under the nofcriiibtut. had bn o ordered by t'm-ldant .Soulouque to be ?hot aud the order iiuiurdla'ely canted into fleet, and if it not tor the Inti-rfcr| tucrk of the Kiiglitb aud American t >mmU aniitmi I forward and protected againat the uorl i?? of mo many | hnu.au briuiit. mTciitiru other urn would hare utt ?ii li the MDir fate Among thoae who bad bunu (hot ( wae General Slmillen. who bad barn tur aotu* tiaie a <Mrlinftulrb>d member of the Crerldent'a houaehold, i , ?l? >-<nn Utt by bim to ??uduot mattera during bia , ab> !!(' in hia lam uiarcb agaiuot the Doiuimrauit It a^ p* air t) ai Siuilini bad takrc advantage of S iul'iu que'e abn-i.ce in an attempt to hrlug ?.b. nt a ehauga of tbc pcvernmeiit, by obtaining 'be a cUtanoe (| en* re- , Raining portion of the arinjr left in the town and of the people In It, In tuning upon himi-elf the a Inr.oi-tr >tion | I of the allairr of tha republic; ba unfortunately di I not ' kuccetd. ai d on lb* Pra-ident'a d. f??t before th>- city 1 ol San Donjii fu becoming kuowu. aud bi? iui>u . I'ato I return to Port-an-Prliiee expeetrd; Simillen effected 1 hteeaeape. together with the other tLdiTiduala who wi-te to aeeiat bim in hie vain attempt. ha aud lit* dieappi iiit?d follow era were aut>>ei|ueblly eap< ured, and dlnctrd to br In.mtd'a'ely hut T he h 411?ti and 1 A n < ilrau < <>r>n!i- t iaviug however Intarfrrad only els j Wire rbot. at>d It wan doubtful whether the others would ?icape with their liven the order for rarijtt.g ; the Prteideut'a bloody Intention tutn r ITrot not hating been r?r>lvtil by the r? aly ex*eutlourra wtm. tha "Fairy "lift Pf rtau Trlnra Hope* were. however. ; f iit?rtalni d >bat tbe 1'raaideut. pa) log the du^r^p-ft , and 1 ubmlr>M' n to tha I ou>uU' luterfirenre In tha Diatur would rubetltnte aouie other pnnl-hito nt for tha fendiab order h< had n*Je. We >ire thla tnfor- ; D'ati.a 10 our rvadna aa it baa r? *< h> J 11a. and h'pe, 1 by the ataialttnce of nine ftlet.de who may have rae?ived full partirnlare i f tha aitn'r to lay a nt >re da | tail* d ulateiceut of U before the put>?.c nt -0111a fuftirv ' day. TTIIt NtClNEWJI AT (MITHtOUl. | V'r< in the King-toy ( la ) Journal V uurt 8 J We ! arn that the cholera ba ( ,fr?tl? . balded when Ibeft.ao vi l?.e left Cartbagma Ot "that v. m. 9>t- ; . rival at tl at pUer, the dratha an;nunte i tn ninety and ' <ite 1 "Wdrtd prr dtem huith-amh rttl*. ? *d itn< uorixvd the fMi|U?nt di'ahaige of (ann< Da and other tireanna, the powder troin which I' raid to hate hart tha ft. el ol de, tr< jlntbe iai pi equated itwte of the atmo>|kere. and tn4>n In an eatraoejlrary nianu<?r.t>l atateth* ditruv whnh it wa< f aret uuulj takeoff tb< u-ai'daof th< Inbabi'aiita Th? want ol proauiona rotitlawvd to be feit and it la >aid ibat tba dt-?aae bad ; been. In n any ra#e?, aneelernted hy atarvatl?n the j p?ople In the lnt?rtor heiaf fraiful of eotulng into the town with Ihrlr pT ivlal iiie. and tl?r eou-rqu>'noe wna. ! tl at inp| llie vrre nnly ttcrlfvd hy forvign Veaaalanr- | lltirg at 1 art haiii na IMkkkniMO t'RDM MAKTINlgt'l H e havi' rrdrlve l ><? itlaiijur Ji urnai* "f the 16th of /l-tiut. 'ling- w?rr ?<ill ut mx?- aodaeven' throughrut t lie r' li 1 y ,i'roh dlaaatlafaetlim nontlnned to ha ItlUH'tiiii/iC fl a amount ai-d mode t?f distribution of ( tie e? u : Uffctii 11 uii/Cri, ?i.'| the ntwi-papara are a f"?d diul oerupiid with grun.b Intra ou th'i aubjeet, ' ; aiid ettvr largi ly Into the p'inriple* upon whicn thia I , ciM<p<r atioahad hewn d*eidad by tha radical Influenae ! ll tbc iutulrhtr party 1 at tl c iroi I ndir *1 f I irit?. ravt tha Ccurritr. tMr.k a hal li t} ni'iti u that ulavary wMtti ?*? imp jt'l > y franca , ?|< n *k? i l< alrat let i l>?ta ra *.r>i it aa * luliMM ? pra1 f Mb iBn<r>l a?d raraliia*? grant It wmj aid wa r.a aa> lb- ami* ai l ugly, bmai auraailaaa f?a<ht >a tha 1 Irtatii agate: t <t. Hgi dataatal-la m it >h, Ih i IiiiIk- 1 Ii6ti >ai I ' I ti t l?-a? a (Ml of tla national mill, nr. 1 wlitcb ftn ltd * I'll l? <"!? I r<1 |>ali> ttal rnaa* t at cannot , larittartcd lr< m with la.pi.atiy. Ta diacard ti t doeir.na It t<> I r> ?k in ' pi a i- > i>. t<> ai.ap lht aprtu?f of I'm hi ial n trlaaltia, ami ripi<'t.ui tka ?a?biaa Ittrlf. And yal It i ta I; tacb aari*?*.*a and i.iultipliad 6*i>artnr>-a that I ranaa i ta> tNi >bali i It larpi it frn-i.dly tnduw tnaatr. lithulj : I I aa f f*l .td?fa thiol poaHfan of tl.a gmti -u? and | \ t al |'riari|'l*? it h?r(?itrtt>iit-nt.titihi tar fa.ra at | , t.< ?> . and htr paw.r at roai I'utlaad, aat.aa daairtua ta fiaa l.ar col*.nira fmm iha b. a la ct ai ioiT, aarar fur a lua ant latillad np..n tl a <|nt-tioe af ' at at mpaaaat.' n w*a to ta a ad* : lit a illl-ta at franca la ciah an ra conn lad oat ' to th?m. Jaattaa ail that dona by Km land. Pt?p? art l?lrp taban by Iba R?rrrOnir at for tha In- 1 tr? deett" L. ot I uri'p--aii iDiia'^rnnt* Wa? rand tha tot- ' l<ttiD< i tt.r at Li tuf lu tlia Yaittiil jua papara t? laoaf itntty to a raactt daapalch fr di tka ?taitl?rof Marlaa aad Ha Colin a at adit f itat.Olii fraaaa ban baia alloatd ia tha tadgal ti a a*i?itaaf iM>, to faatltiat* I Vbt> |raa lanBtlf.-ratlua to tlia t*l ataa. Thia tradlt ta to t>o I n rl")*4 eadai aai laid ao? t la tlataa at Ult Ja.y. IMi, aLitb luminal taiaira.l In ba p'aataaaly aatarad ia taiatan iht ttnailpraal na? tl.a prapriator; prafcranaa t la tl*m ta th' a? ai>(a(raii.ta aMah taaa to aa<njara*a tha rti iftatlaa i f tan. iliaa and ra aapaaiiaa af warbaan. rb? ?oairiwal ail ait< w tapauaa uf |a?>a(a. at tba rata af fi >L<a l.i adult* aad Urn Iran** fur caildran. nal if tabu h '41 fraaa* atll In fli'tn la il.aiaiw. ?aata aad tha ra-ldaa l>> tha i r ttai tra, >? tuaa aa W.ty >bal) I a?a a-mpa'ad all tta o?- I ( naiary arran|rn?Ma f.r tla atjrt|a. fha admtainlratl' , Laaiiiit I* |t<a ptlMHtjr to Itaaa amiraaata, altlvk. K?a a<at, ih' i-id ba caaatarad aa anlr anpirary. Ilia manna tiapanaiaat tx lap a*<-aptad up< a a taiabuad plaa ta ha tatrv ' : antra! aa tbla la.paitaal ttrttioL At (ioai1al?tipa lha |>?blla paaaa had I aan .ll?tnth?4 to aa alan.itr < da-grra by lba> taalluaa a.f i?abialeharlat? , til llatrll'att who. tritk lira aad urapnna of war. ' wata arrytuR daatruatli n tf Ufa and pr>ip*riy to tha 10'v.t Iripbtftii axtrut < iu tha part ot ihr autb irttlaa. tnaaaar it aut#tr> tharo aai nn aant i f IriuHMi anil rr.rtfj Oa ?ha 17 lb < f July thara war* am prinuucr* la i ti? n?f I t?l letntft-Hir* (>a*?t*<>r >khr?, <m tba .'.J of Awg . Mr*4e.d tha fullovlt t ptuelaataUoa to Um lahabitaul* cf fuiat a| Hire:? , Ii babittat* *f rol?t-*-Fltfa, Ik* maqatllt*} nf ftwr tu?a ha* Vaaa ?Ti>rat tlm<a 4!*?I.* * i.> pmata u?auai> a|?>a ?<.nti*?. aad nkl-h. k*l r?* lltKNiatM it i t'd b; lb* *air?riliaa. >>(hl hex 1*4 la Mka? ilMMH. I r ?r*l Ii aa). tbaaa ? hi?toaa *ra vola? > I ti. tha ? atiaa*4 aitiUiaaiit kapt ap by tt.t praaa. Iftt.oaa , afca pn>l?*a to <Mia*? ?uMt? a^mina tiald ialj nlNI ar?a i. r I Jn i. tl?> a??l? at ??< aaa i ha ah; M a 1 i?h ?',?y j <tr?? Ihla utNtinr.au (oaa'rj.aal la arm* ralaaiit?a w* 1 j m; I a diiiti k) tiia !?-< )< In*/ ha*a ? *ii I L?t ib? ai lloup ??4 riKiant of all alaaa** ka ?..* > I (ttl| *>4 lat Ihaai >?p al nf from Ifcaaa !?" * r?a?ia ha* I tua k) ?*H irtal.rt t>lha pafal ( dallv aaaiprnaii*I it I thai f'llif p??*a, ? Which to* *<>t<:i4rara r a?'i?) ir*r??..'ian* ran a*r*r ka M??rta4. I | Li i* ib; t all paMix will knarkan u> tba taienaf l.i.n ana U*a ' I ton* v> i'Um ' mralt kotwaaa tk*m. aad aha ?> ?* aa'bi?K f Hu rt a* liaart tr an v raa <>im r'\i-n?r?t?d la i'n land i>. (ntltl l? hi' ditceiloa. Traa^unliiji a aat aol. la thnri ka I ai j Bior* 4lati.ri.a4. I *ai fallj a?t? ruuaad ta nan iha aatraf | Pt? aai> |m>> . r I < MM .a ir.. fur IN*. .amN nania of ot4af, fc? ta 1 arara.aaraa la tba il^anaf t!.a .?? r,t putiiun a >aa ' alitat ?nil?il't*. 7 I.-- j i?r*r* aontala tb. f 'Uoaiti* a.-?nn? nf tha 41at ur'.ai cat aLleh bad oaUol lotlli i!ja ?J?r ? ti iuiha <?? ?? TK'T :? Ha Dahappjr aaaaaa aa4 4<pinra1>te aaaarraaoa* ahtoh had . t? k. rtft' im? at Fxiat-a-l'i ra *a tha ***n.a< ?f ih- .ski, . July, aia tha r< anil aI a da?i whl?h ttaa W ka*a ta'^aa plaoa Wtarce M. i'ar.l U< ah a of th? quart ?r nf l.aaiamta, aa4 N I I'Utt. e?? af ,ka a4lt>r* rf lh? I niffH w? vif.i T>?a > <jran4-( litmc, altaalao aaar tka ta?a. ?M tk? alia tia4 I v}' a far tha enn bat. I' ii amin?i "l thai *1 laait i,f*Vl?r

, I ;lli*ftrit'***>ra ?ttraat*4 ta tha pm?n . ,u k. tka pnlclr* and ao?4? af iba p*r' " ana' ar%?4 That* aa4?,*a a" uat < I tb* xr"' ? a i f ?a*h a uiallitu4a ai l *<t<-ln( ika ttaia i f fi-altan ahlch rilKl'd am aj; ttnm. coati4ari*<| Uit t 4ial In fnr th? !?? ?*? > ! in4n ikn p laatpa * laialit*. Ima.*4law I) oa iha<r aa a*la? lb* tewa, atmamn* ta ?? jtoni'* ??ra farm>?, *p4 aaa ak> nt txitiilni and . aarrvtlirp ?(># raai-aafcla eltlwat; ai a.m..I 'o?na fi?1 to ka aalla4 vat aid tha |t*adara.< rta. ?*ra M>?na4 wrh | III* aaa?r*?4 tbat **>?< ?*ra kaard af ''jIbs RK I r, SEPTEMBER 10, 1849. Owr CMkdli* Correapandvnce. Moktiui., Ub 4tpUcW, 184#. tfrmrmml / Ik* OrniMr Otnrrml?Hi Kin'l to Ifimgmr* h'm.U ( iw (twrW Tm^lar?Jiff air im Cm%mdm?Tk* / Kn </. Tb? d?atarna of tba qnl*t llttla hamlet of Laohlaa dia'urb?d tbU da; at 11 m.. by as avast of aoiaa inpoclwn < the < anadlan poltLloal world Laahlua la a tniail viilafa rltuatfd alna mllaa from MoutraaL, ?rd ran to r?aeh?d alibar by railway, or by thraa axreliant turnpike road* It U tba point at whloh tba Upper < ai ad a mail rtaumri rrcalra tba mall* and pa-?ei>g*ni rvny day by railroad for Upper Canada I ray ibraatanl bm?iit of ilia lubabliaota of ihli peaceful bamlrt may ba mora leadtly oonealred than daaaiibed, abrn. by the 13 o'elork train of oaii a onipanyof tha 11*1 Kt-piuvui (rntMi. tad took up their pouitloa on | tb? wbarf. About tweaiy periou* frem Montreal, who bad uotfeed the appear?uoe of tba troop*, alao took rail with Ibi-m aud dulj arrived at Laoblue, looking on with anxiety It eo-u ?a? uio?ted ibat Lord Elgin luleadrd leaving by ibe eleamer for Upper Cauada. aad that tbe warrior* tu que-lion a guard of honor Aocordiugly. ahout a quarter pa-t 12 m . iba nlau< of u ma aad n il of a carr iage were distinctly by rd. aad ia k ! w aiikatf* lit* Kxcrltenoy tha General, t-onltd by a troop ?i Montreal cavalry. daabed up. Hl> l.ordthip looked extremity well aud aaytbing but tba *oin lor bi* cloeaooiitluement. lliaauiiablei.ounte a air" appeared lu excellent rpirita. a* indeed did tha article pai'y Upon Hi* Lxuellrncy ateppuig out of tba rtrriay*, the c>o?d i-pei.ed and let him pa*s No; a cheer wa* heard not a ha* lifted till at tue gangway two aDaolaun lot k ol( ibelr rKuytaut, whlob wa* aokunaiediiru by Lord hlg'n lu thr ui-ual manner. Tba ll< noiatiie I <>l Bruce (Lord Klgta'* brother) and lady, with Lord Marubeni, aud Captain Uraot of tba 7Vth tit giBiebt, aor. uipauled them I aa< ibfornit d that theCberokea.a war steamer. wait* h! h xi'tl'etiry a arrival at Urorkvllla Regarding hi- Irileallou* with reepeot lo viaitlng Toronto, Hamilton hrickvtlle. ho . I oanuol aay I do uot thiak ha will laod at any of lbene plant. Whilat hi* Kxoelleney the itovwwor General tia* departed lu allenoa and hecret Iroui ibe capital, Mir Allan vioNab the leader I l1 the gloriour mlio lily , and great guu of the Brillab Ikrt oa l> luou.eatarlly xpeoird to make hi* entry tu to l>, anklet the plaudite arid mctitt of hit party. What a contract! the repiceeutative of ttrliieh p iwar? tha boTirnt i iieheral of ' m.aJa I* obliged to laava *a- ! rretly - to eteal aoay froiu ilia piluoipal city of ona of Ibr i ichret nt-lonlal p<iM-ei>ei >n* of Kaxiitnd. under an et.rt < 1 tro< ps , whilst a Dimple geutleuiau eutera, or will eater, ainidkt tha lapturuu* apptauae of It* tboutai-d*. A* I anticipated the reform journal* have begun In tbeir uiucI manner to tauut tba toriea of Mou'reai with cuwaidtca and vain Ixuulng The Toronto Ulokt lead* in ibie matter and the Fttoi I expeei wilt nbortl/ rhluie in'* although It i* a rather ticklish alfair, fn m ibe latter belt g on tbe npot aod thereby liable to to suffer aevarely lu a?iuiti-<|uouoa ol no doing Tba }r?Lt-b red republican partina L'.lvinur aud L' IU*ni ( we are doing Ibtir beat, a* you will peroeiv* by tba tall??liig titled fr< lu Iba latter journal, to ttir up a ai'W Irai a*. " Let u< uot leave our bou*oa." ?ay? Lt Mtntlrur, *?penally la ibe erebitg. without b< iog wall armed aud oof ofiil to atake ouri-elve* leepeeied. arm* la hand, luce we ean only reckon up.iu ouraelva* to protect our Ihe* and properties Weiepe?>it the Canadian*, especially tho e of tha auburb*. ought to procure arm*. If they hate theai not No racriUee ou<bt to oouat Bjraiurt Ibie object for it aonoeru* the dett-neti of their litre and properties aaainet a b?ud of brlgaad* and a?rar*iii?, which the pubt n autboritlea li.??e no eoura^a <a ienet. t ertaiuty, it i* not with *tick> that we oau Li:rt them, hut with L'ood bm a*r.n? It . tl,n? tit f?*. h tho- ? * In, have rworu lu extiiBiinala Our raca'lbat * will not allow uur??liM t-> lm>? our tbroata out lika lnDibh ; Vut will deler.d ouratlvea like Hoot. Tha Una Id Uiay rail theie taiifarrouadea il he plaaeaa until the da) ?'?-B h" w II be able t<> judge toe effect of our dvlci-. Waa It tlinilar faolarronadne. or g'>oil lufor- ' n ?'li r, elncli made blra hariirane bin doora for a carlain uumhtr <>f mghla? vv ill hi Inform ua ? ' Vt have het-u n-proacbed lor eiciting our countryBfD to vengeance or violence , but good tjod. are tb?re two courrelr to give thun * 'lh? lotlm. arni?il for i?Lg time ai??*Miiatn th-iui In tba ptr?Mr and the puhlie auihoritlre are incapable of protecting th-ru Miut ee tell them to hid* ihi-uw lvealn their hou^ee pardon Iheir em mien and pray for them ; or rather to Oaleud Ibeuarlvee like Bi*n who bar* tba right to walk tho Mrteteal all bouii- without being ui"l<->-ied-to procure arm* to pr< trot their prop, rtk * aud their familial, and In order to lulun ibflr ?a?mt?* to rra<uo by fore4 of rear r? r?rcl>? ou then all they may am-ruiea. In or? i dfi lo git# ri uiage lu tba aulhutitiea, at laxt, to interfi re " How raa wa I .a rapr*a?hed for giving tio aarrra ronnula to i.urpoi.i tijoiin when we <! that all tha eitin hp c< ailiiK' to have rouftdeDOetnth" government, or the Biui lelpali'y. are obliged to ('atml evei j nUht to piotect iLf Ir ! ves aud properties. It i* in tuna* of 4>iai di.oigiini.aUon tl at the journalist ought to how tlie aore, aud apply the hot irou to heal it Wa will dot -hnak fr< ui tbia duty, ao long an wa i>ee our c< untryinen thioa.i m <1 with a kind of St. Ilarlholunnw " It wa? luaiored in town yetdoriiay. that tha Ceunta?a of r.rroll daughter of the Attorney Uantral, the Hon* ailtr 0""<;e, bad Mill a victim to the prevailing epidemic. i ini happy to ?tate. boacver. that late account* eobiradlnt the aai.ia aud atate that her ladyihip il j i.w out >d uautft r. I ba oh 'li ra la again on the Inrreaee 4" .Vonti.al sad Uu.b-c, aud aereral WutUiy el?lr..a|1aa..t.'w,?T,?u?il?l* t tt _ . . W. -ball never baa. a 1 f. Hulet ran*1a haa be? on v anfend Ireland, and hidT? . tuiMrablo prototype. li>?t?ad ot brlghtnlng. . " 'J-U'a t>ec< Ui? dm ker than over. There are evident algna at ron.ing diaini Uao< e? tbr< ughout tha Troeince during Ueti -umg winter, and in tha lower Prorlnoea thln<? kid lair to eonia to a civil war yet. In the far weat, on t bi bordira of our gr .at latee lu tha mining district*. Ibtie are onnnoua pljrna of coming troub-'a. Tbn ludlana iltalre tha r>Mitution of their landa and in tba veiit of nut rai l iving tbim talk of war All tlilt f irm? a ' prvtty kettle of 0?h" for the uiiulatry and Lord Klgln fo work on durlug tha eoid winter month*. I hive ju?f l> ft tbe ci'iMillux houaa of on* of our flrat Bftebanfe, aid hava there Itarut aliut. cannot but prcve a puljact of wander and a<'.ont?hmerit to all y< ur reaii ri It appear*, then. b> a late art of tha finpenal I arllament. tl at f< rrlgn produce la admlt'ad Into tba ! nitllrh nark* If fn a of duly: whareaa. e loDial |,?) a a duly of ten renta a quarter till the drat of Jai'i ar v n> 11 a Leu it al?a cornea In frua. Tbua tha produce of tha I aHail I tat * la ^lae- d on a belter footli g lu tb* Kc*l-ih ibarkit* ll-an ? anaJlan. Thla earlaiiily api tara to be a nirn>troua policy, and it la no wold' I tLal the toluol, a reek to uivolva tbe o n.i. oll< n wilb tha parent alata, whau tbey ara treated woim than ull> n* by l? r> A rai.iral paper In Hamilton, aonaldar* that the govirni ett bate >lieplay< d t< o rnocb pa:l?oca In the m\tIrrcfthe Montrtal riott. and a<lvl?ea tha ruini?try to rl<ar tba atreita will! grapa ; In a word, awaep tba who'' tury faction Into eteriil*y Wh>n anfiiage aaeh ka tl i* la t ut in priii' vnnr readera n ay well eoine to the e< nelualon that a chllwarla not uulikaly in tba I ar adaa lh< Intelllreraa from Upper < ad a da II looked for id to with Intfrait J. P N? Th? int i>rl?l r.rfan. tha P>lat, it ju?t oat. Ik It I f nd tfcr lollnwlnc m; nrtant liiWllif'iaa "llli I irillige; tb? l)>>??rnor ?>*n< i?l and family, Irft N'rnklar<J? y#?t?Tday. on tnm to I pp'r ' auad*. H oti?i> i turd thMlkta llMlln?T kniWlrf hU d?pnrtnr* from drutn- to b? ( tha t'nlla of Niagara I" Mi?> to n.r?t tli* fioldrnt of tha I'nltrd Slatra, who irrlird thata cn Saturday la>t lila I m-IUwr will th?i?f?>r? praaard at oorr to tki FalU. Waring ? lah InlitK'dlala plarri aa ha daalrt* to m?. to b? rultad oa hla trip downward* " T?ainamaiit at Jordan'*?Virginia. [Ktobi tlia Wln?haat?r (Va ) Hrpubllean. Hapt. T.J 1 ha 1 ournammt annonncrd for tha 4th raoia off to arratif r?a?nt. In tha pw*oaa of a larga ??? BtMaga of tha rrjrnlar TlallT" ut tha "prion t. and man) pvitona fr?.a> tha ualtthliorhood. Tha fallowing la a tut of tha cfT.eara and kuighta : TK K.1I PRirT. <)*?. THOMAS H BOLT, of Aaaoma* RNISNTfR?iewT or rm RiaMta? Wm II. Prid'lf. llanOTat. Kmi.ct nr Imiown?( ha? >1 O'Bann <n, Jalfrraoa. Jc?rct>?an llnaiiKB?Thrma* D Moon, do. K?i< nt or I *i .< ??? )? a W Maddux, Fanriular. f in ?r Wnaici A. Thorntrn t ook?, Norfolk. Nm Di'lltm^lV A Hlrljr. J'ffrraon B B Wn?hlngt?n. Krrdartak. Hil ar lliiiofi Jrlin II Wilton, JilfrriM. Rrrrairt?llollrar Ward, do Kkicnt or litrtim-l'. O, Jnlllto, Rr^drrlrt. K?i?jht ar Milt*?Arthur M. Allan, C larka. Arr ti K*na ? Edgar Allan, do. 1'iaiaitM >i in Kmomt? B?aii?t T. Norrlr, Jaffaraoa. II . U II llflu/^ .In Br. OtMoi- Oacrga f Wwhln*toB, d?. At 13 n'alrck tba In l|>pri?rltU anl ?tt1i d f t i n.r mmrr itrtta np ll lib* k/ tba atr IibU andtha rutaaoftha f> nn?i>t"?l ruit. 1h? Katfitiia than taak Ihatr p>i*ltlona. at tha starting p':rt a bat* tha Harald th? naioa of aa-h and thin r-f.n.U by tl.aat?iar <(flear*,ln tha ordar nntad On lb* ffnt trl*l. tha ring aaa takan off b*n1 tonwlr by I)HiMiin. Ma<idui. and Ward. il"?r rolj of tha flit?-*n ) oa tha taaoad. by Maaura 0 Haaiii>D Monro. N<>rH? and Brtaaow; r n th? third, by k'.iMN frlddy. Hi?ly, and K. Allan. I'hm Knl{ht of Liotown (O Bann< u; w?? accordingly d?-.-iar?d tha ?lat' r. aad btlllad to rt\ .rt Iha^naaB of Lot* and Baanty 1 ha Kulgbtf falllr* to lak* tba ring ooaa warn raUd cut. 1 ho r??trat for tha abnlpa of tha Flrat Maid of Honor ?** hatvaa* ulr.a rf tba Kolght* aanaly. Maori l*rlddy Mn?r?. Mad<Ja?, Ktaly WM '*, Ward, K Alias, klbm and N?rrta On the t.ft tt round. Mr fcdgar AlUn !?* tha pri?> aftar m aa?ara *?Bt?iit, narrowad down tnh'P'^li and Mr Tboaiaa I) Moara In tha ?? atal rrniida for Ikl* pr1?a tbara ?a? a 'tapliy of in nail ylrltad anil alagant hor?air *n?hlp Mr AIIod *M rntltlfd to aalact tba Hr?t > aid of Itocnr Mr Mo?.ja h?la? tba ?a?onrt boat *?t antltlad to tha cbt Ira of tba t>a?<>nd Vatd of llnnor. I >?r tba rboira af iba I bird MMd of Honor, tha oon- i (?l >a?ara, t?a(?aaa Ma?ar* Prlddy, Maddni. M?l?.N?rrli> Brl?at? U ard and *'ila>n th? tr?t fl?a 5 < I *b?B t> nk tb* ring tha otkar t*o touching It (> | U>a mo< nd trial, tha ring *u narrl~d of by Mr. IfU [ERA 'iMi H. IMMy. THuiw. K eight ?f III* Sla?b*a, ltd he ?M a?.tlilt 4 to lie cboloa The Knight* ?er* tben draw* np lifrnitfth* furtie* i'f tk? hotel what* that ladtaa *trn tranbliHl te h<ar the reault officially proclaimed by the H*rild (B K U?ll?h? ) Mr I htrln M O'Rannen, of Jelfaraon. ?m audibly uirwwij w the victor ot tha day. ? < entitled to theoholee of tha anrerelgn Tba Frealdent aridraMad tha lueiimfal Kiifkt. doclariog that ha had haod*ouiely and braraly wna tha honor of crowning tha Qhm? af Lot* and Baanty Mr O'ltkDli l Nlrrtrd MU? ttettla Leigh Taylor, of Kred rick county, Marjlarid; and thl? lair lady van brought forward, and received Boat gracefully tha meed af dlatlnrtiun. altar a brief aildrax* to bar by the Hr??ldent Mr. I'.dgar Allan aeleo'ad Mine Loulae JaaiUou, of Baltimore u the Klrat Maid of Honor Mr Thnnaa O Moore, anlcotad Mix* Kranoea F.UIra Winter* id lib, of Kentucky, aa tba Second Maid of Honor Mr. William H. Priddy selected Ml?? Sarah Jim Lc>rk. of Martlnsburg as iha Third Maid of >4onoc. The menpany. much gratified with tha pi -a?aat imiim r-f the day. separated ta prrptn for dinner. During the contest. there were several excitio* tool dents Out of them warmed up tba anxieties of all tha sp?c'atora After Mr W H. Briseoe had takeo tbe ring budNWoly upon hi* lance. bla bnrae became restive. and one of the stirrup* gave way ; but Mr. B reenvar<d his position In the saddle with great dexterity and finally. when tha horsa waa unmanageable, allgV t?d <n bin feet without Injury, with hi* lanre la hand and bowing gracefully to the assemblage fhia elicited warn commendation. manifested la ebeera by the mm and waving of handkerchiefs by the luilea Among those designated by tbe ladies aa exoellent Id tbl* display, wa may mention Measra K. Ulan, Ward, Nrrrl* Hrlsroa. Priddy Maddux, and Moore Other* ci uld doubtless have shone off better, If on better aired* Tbe attractive dresa and eqdipmenta wora by Ab-del-Kader were a present from a Turkish Chieftain to Llent. l.ynch. during his excursion to the Dead dea. LI'-111 L presented ih?m to hi* gallant joung friend Allen, who wore them wort becomingly an this trial of kill At nlgbt. tbe joyon* scene wa* closed by a ball, which was not extended beyond a reasonable hour, and all retired, gratified with tbe amusement* of tha day. New a arom ftanta Pe, TBOirniJt AND bUKPKkl.Na A.VO,NO THK KMIORANTB? THK OOLD MINKS ? 1UTTI.K WITH THK I.1DIANS? WSAI'mHAM It OF THK CHOLERA, KTC. IKrom tbe St Louis (\1o ) Union. Aug. 31 ] We bad the gratification of a few moment*' conversation, last evening with Mr. Wm Mitchell, who had just arrived from 8anta Ke Mr Mitchell, who 1* here tor the purpura of purchasing good* for tha Santa Ke trade, Infuriu* u* that business in that city la unusually dull at prestnt. and this we would infer from tbe fact that tbe publication of tha rauta Ke Hfpublican hail been suspended about teu daya when Mr. M. left. Much griater harmony appear* to prevail between tha AmatUkn anrt tk. U..L... l_V._Y.lt?..*. a i' tban ?i? anticipated lid tbe Mciieiuii w? fnr batter *aii?ti?d with thi Ir transfer from tba vlexinan to tba American republic tban tti suopoced would b? tba ear-a Mr Mltclall l?-tt Saiua Ke in compear with Mr Aubry'* train. e?n?Utlug of thirteen American*. sev?w N'eilcsn*. 120 uiule*. and a number of wagon* on tha 21?t of Jul/, and arrived at Independence on Thursday last Notwithstanding tba proper Reason of tba year for eommi ucing a journey over the Plains has Ion* sine* pasted. Mr iVt inform* u*that the road from independent to Santa Ke I* thronged with California emigrant* who are praeetof forward with ease aud rapidity, the graes bemg mora abnudant and of better quality tban trr year* past and water in profusion \ large Dumb* r of emigrants bad assembled nt Kanta Ke before Mr M left many of whom bad given wavtu gambling, bun fleecid of their fund*, and were suffering intensely fr< m tbeir laipoverished alraumstanre*. So poor wete man) of tbam that tbay war* reduced to tha neceselty of relllag their clothing and evi.n tba likene*M-s if ft tend*, which *otne of them bad with them. Tbi' uioiber of person* assembled wan HO (Treat, and tha di mend fi r MUM of 1.1 <> exrem-ire, that the most eioildtant prlee* wer* demanded for tba tommin 11ets'liiee ol lila -aorn wa* selling at $i SO per bushel. I ?1. ( oilier. Iba newly appointed Collector for California, who wax at Banta hi with a hundred meu when Mr. Mitchell left, wa* about starting for California, under tba guidance of tha eiperienn?d Hatcher. Hatcher receive* <(>1 tioO, three mule* and all necessary aupplW*. for hie ear viae* In piloting th? colonel through to t>au hrancisco Kit Carton engaged to perform tha trip lor $1 600. but he went to Tao* to tuke leave of hi* family and they prevailed upon him to abandon tba journey The route the colonel intends pursuing Ilea n ar i bat llin by CM Ihfaioat, down the river t >ila 1 he old trader* and trappnrs antieipatad unheard of euflerlng and innumi-rfiUn death* from atarvn'inn am< ug ibe emigrant>- in t!i-; mountains and in California thi* winter Tbey say that tha emigrants ara headstrong and will not be counselled or influenced by more experienced pe rtoiie ami thai they are fist reaping tbn ciDSf queuees 1 hey r?n?ure the course pursuit! by some, of packing horses in thi* 8tate for tba trip to Kuril a Ke. and tli<y ray that w;tuy of the borsea |m4 ratici't perfoim the journey 'I be emigrant* bava principally taken tbraa routes, the largert t 4y l.y lar going the northorn routa. by way < t Kort l.atam e. lieyoi. I thi* Kort grass and water are raid tn ba very scarce. and thera the greatest amount of tulTering I* anticipated The middlu or aid F|*il'b trail 'he mort direct routa frora Santa he to C altlornla and Ibe southern or Co| Cook* routa. aoath of tba liila are being travelled by pretty large bodie* of gold hunter*. Many of the (migrants hat* determined to slop and work the mines In tha vicinity of Santa Ke aiid b f"te Mr. Mitchell left, one man had Here* de.l in slcklrg a ?haft. an 1 for bis 0r*t day'a la b? r ba 'Ttalned $11 tl. Mr. M #ay* the opinion prevail bt at Ssula he 1*.that tbc-e mines are very r -h. an 1 t>-H (bey D?>p ct.lf been superGclally worked by the Wevr""-"N r Aubry'* train Bet tbe If. 8 troops at 8an >11gui 1, abcat titiy mil*" this *lda of Santa Ke They win' gelling along finely ard enjoying fine health Mr A ubry's I rain was a'tacked by the I'awneo Indlat* about eight o i lock at night, at th? crossing of A h Cruk Ti e Pawners o a'iuu>d firing at lni?r v*ls for about two hours, without doing any other ^n age tban wounding two mule*, and fiddling several wagons and wagi o cover*. hi* >f the seven Veilcan* fled at tfi* first Are. end weren't'en again until all danger vaiover The reveatb, a brav-man, known as Old John, ontin i?1 with tbe American*. who. when the moon had ri?eo. bcot ten o clock. chaired up u tba Indians as tb.-y lay eotcialed In hollow, and drove Uirm fr"m t*?e grouud Whether tliey killed any of thu Indian* or net if unksoia lUlNirt, which atUek<d tha Catnanrhaa, Cb?-yar.ee. und Ariapahoaa. while eneatr>ped at ths rrm'.ii ( of the A rk an>ae In roiniucn with tli* amtgraata and I lilted Mate* troop*. ha* dlaapprared from the flam* > i>ur or five amlgtant* rnma In with tbia train, an J Urga liUkibira are returning Atwti*t ia To**.?Tha New Orleana Caracrrtai Pvll'hn of tha mk nit glrea tha Mlowlag item* of Ta?a* new* .rarelved by 'h? ataarner Vaeht. from i?a|. lotin ontha da; pretlou* t ha lltl<eft<in paper* publlih. at largth. tie n r.fe?e|nna of tha " Short g?ng of negro ataalera " Or'and Pap. ooa of th rUu. haa fi?? n the name* of the partlea eonrernad In tha ua larta*tng A letter fr< tu lha I' eiorta .l.hkitr. girt* tha paftlralar* of a fight wbleh oeenrred on the 4th bel??en Captain I) Kfilroly and tan other* and a party of 1.1 ran ard T?nkaway Indiana It *aya, ''on tha evening of the 2d tilt ? party of Indian*, alarm In number made their app< araoca at lllaek Point no Ar?nii? IJay wheta they rocreed-d In capturing a Oar an ho<r and flea h?r?e*. Tkrea of on I nme liatelr started in pursuit and tha rait nxrnlng arrlmd at Jndga Lor a'* ranrho about .".0 mile* distant, and threa uillt* hel.w Nan Patricio Here, taking aoma r?frr*hmenta wa lcrrea>*d our amall party to el* ran In number. continued tha pursuit, and at 10 o'eloak, oa tha morning ?f tha 4th. r?na to a aroaelognf tha At>?* eoao Hera wa awaited tha arrival of tha Indian*, whom wa felt a?-ur< d would rrori at thla point At 4 o (lock In evening, they niada thalr appaaranca, whan wa Raddled up and na*a rhaaa Heli.g overtaken naar a den-a tlnekat, and finding a retreat Import ihla, tha aaamy di'tnoonted and preparad for battla. We charged npoa and rooted th? alia few minute* hat aot wlthaat iha mi ft depperata rexlatatea <? thalr part. Thay dl*puti-d aiary Inrh of ground. hut oar unerring place* r*ndered roileit unequal, and they r?tr??t-d Into tbo d' ne? hrur h with tha loaf of thraa or four of their number. whom tbay dragged fr>m tha (laid Unfirtuiu'elr. t?? r| nnr numb?r Oaborn and I Itrk. of Han r?ldfl?, w< ra w< uadad ; tk> luraw In lb* foat. ?nl tha uttar In tha larga aiuaala if tha right arm In tha Mll"n, wa lot Una irart- b? Inralng to Ll?it. .Valvar but r?aaptuiad our Oarmaa b?>y, took forly-thraa h"r??a. and all tbalr proviatftfta an 1 baif*" Tbay a>?ap? I with only tbraa or four hi r??a 1 ba anarnv all?r lNfl*|| Hla. k h>ltt. rroiird < rar Aiiimi Bay and 01 tha Of|>"? it* alda rapturad apt A yr?? ( < orpin t hMall? ?ttl|prd kirn of birlnthlrg f&Q In mon-y. hla t#l hot ara ami rd? rad him In take watar ilnalrantfOtniiii 10 or 15 yard* la tha wa'rr. ?h?n an Indian roda toward* blai to ?b?t him. but tha gun ml'oad flra fapt. Ayna lu tha m< an tlnia * triad atlll furtharout whara tha <t?ap watar aad iMt )> ?<>?i r*ndarlng It. Impoaaihl* forth* ttlia* to follnw, ha turn*J back. wh?n apt. A;ri* nada tola way tiakatj to M^?r I'.garya Tha ana. my dir.etad IIHf coin* lo C'orpna ikritll (>nr<>*rn>an hoy atatad that riming hla ?tay with tha Indian* tliay killad a whlta taan hy tha i.aaa of vWturt and f<urL'grna* lh?y alao rapturad and klllaj aaarral Untaam u?ar tba t'orpna ' hrUtl raaf. and took front lb. m about i)0 koraa* Tha regular mail hatwaan I.arailo acd r'nrpiia < hrlati haa b?an di ontlnuad ; tha tjiiart. rmaatar of lha U H Array (t t arrdo ha* aatakli?ha?l a mi moptbly *xpra?? rami batwaan tha two pi*<--a Tha Trinity t l*ar I* hlghar no* than It haa f>< an for nany yaara In many jlaaa* tha watar la oaar th< h"tt<ma Nmia of tha tarra* balnw HuatirUltar ovarOowad aad lha?rop* antlraiy daatroyad Hoprrmr Court. aritc IMi TRRM. n?f >r? .In-llon I award* Bart .?111* 11 " or ?a? ooeupl. d In barring nithmi tha aittlra day. noai of whlefc w. r* of puMla lataraat. Tha hn'laaa* of tha anart will nit ha tak*n up nn Vnndit In i nfiM mi in a nf tk? *a.J -- i?r>? tw Inn ilno? to ?h? eowrt ant h??ln< flnt.h-l nor ?rr ib*y likely to k? DnUhml until lb* tetttr nd of Mil *?*k. ( ??? C'?nrt CilrnHu for tAnrfay. ''???' ? r?**..-Nno M.?, 104, 10*. 101 lot, M0, MM, M, m, M, M. t n ' TWO CENTS. Oar HraaJl VamipaadiiMw, Rio db Janbibo, July U, 1849. 1%4 Hum bar of Rio tie Janeiro?'flu great Ihty nf Svuth America?The Amervam en route for CMforma?Srmei tn t> * Cup, tfc , In pure charity?a virtue rare with the aco<tmp?niment of purity?Ii t mf down to give you mmthing about thin bea .tifwl capital of Brazil; for il semis hard to roe, laat the two greatest cities of the two great continent* should not be more intimately united. Thia then, in spite of the modesty of the assertion, ia nothing mora or less than an attempt to establish a connection between the imtropolitana of North and South America. Kio de Janeiro, was so culled by ita ?ariy di^ coverers on account of ita viverlike entrance, and even onr own beautiful Narrow# must yield tm thia remarkable atrait. A high, towering cone of rap rock, called the Sugar Loaf, rises like a colonpus on one side, and on the other, a frowning littin ft rtreaa dit-playa a triple row of guns. Tne width ot the passage which they guard ia not greater than half a mile, and thia once entered, the wholn magnificence of the harbor breaks upon the eyo Tlua harbor? the celebrated harbor of ilio? ia universally conceded to be the finest in the world, an4 ita bay olFera one of the grandest spectacle in nature. To the home-aick and sea-sick Caltfvrnian, iia toothing sweetness is inexpressible, lungtue? if editors ever possess imagination?what in-ist bo the feelings of a man, t>s*ed lor fifty days upon the rode oceun, when be enters a plaori sheet of water one hundred miles in circuit, gladdened by cheerful sunt>hirie and evergreen orange groves Knrircl'iig this liitle i>aradi>-e of lake and plain, is a lofty amphitheatre of mountutns, rising in every varied foim, and covered with eternal verdurr. On the west side of this wonderful b*y is thn great city, the seat ot the court, and the metropolis of Brazil. By great city, I mean great by compal iron. It is the greutest in South America, and in mere population, among the great cities of the world; but it is absurd to say, as some have s-nd. "that it will rival our own Yankee capital of Gotham " It is true, that ltio contains aoote 350,000 souls, but " such souls A mongrel of l*ortnguese, French, naif breeds, and negroes. Why, one iiihe of the many minded of "Bow?ry," the men who mobbed Mxcready, would take |ioaae?aion ?f (he town. But enough ok this sort of thing, you are a gazette and not a geography ; let me gtva you more of the cimUur lorult. Iiio Janeiro ia alive with American greatneea. Swarma ot uncouth, unwaahed, long-bearded ui't traverte ita tropical thoroughfares, nnd when the Portuguese sentries cry out y??? panthey veil back "Caliloroey forever." wh it wonderful myriiida ot pioneering Yankeea our itreat spirit of ri. punt ion ia beginning to open to the remotest ptrta of ihe earth. Brazil and the Carnheaa North. Chili, Peru, and Western Mexico, are all, at this moment, nothing more than great entrepots for thiH commercial tUod of living Americana (a it difficult to look forward to the day when our intimacy with all theae nations? greater, at thia moment, than with California ten years afo?will b# followed by their Americanization, if not thair in corporation with ourselves 1 At one time, th? harbor ot Hio contained 2,3()U Americans, m rout* for S?n Francisco! Enter the Hotel Pmr*ux, a tolerable house frequented by the shipping, and what a spectacle to a Brother Jonath in?hate, csps, whisker*, and tobacco!? there ta no mistaking the prominent tide. Ju?t ?a it an n Texua, just aa it waa in Mexico, juat as it ia he^innir>l! to he in the Havana, ao it ia now in the capital of itrhzil. "Walk up, old fellow!" "How are you 1** " Where did you come from 1" " What'll yoa diink V are the regular salutation*: mid, in U-aa than ten minutes, a black moustached Brazilian handa yon a sherry cobbler, or a mint julep. Mudame Phuroux, the maiirttu of the resiaurant, still sits, with the dignity of a French coffee-house queen, behind her kittle counterthrone, preriding aa in days of yore: but, instead of ihe "Bun jour, Mi'dnmt," uud the " En* *>*at," it is, "ilow axe you, old lady 1" and " Oh Sucannuh!" Now,the writerof thia ia a "looker-on inVienna." He knows what Kio was, five years ai<o?V see i what it is now. Ilepend U|w>n it, there are repnh lican tendencies here, which show thecn*elve< ra other mutters than the m nt julep<; and the grea changes of the day. which, in obedience to *?:rin I wi(-e and supreme law, aeem to be mixing up p??| pulaiiams, are at work in this distant region It 1 waa only in 1H23 that Brazil was raised to ih? dig1 nity of a ?i> itdoni; in le?s ihan 'ive years l)on Pe| dro was obliged to abdicate in favor of hiiintint ton, the |>r?eent emperor, wh? has been hardly yet ' four yeara a rran. There have be?n republics ; up< n slighter bases, and It ia not wiih the pander* I ing spirit of a " letter writer" th?' 1 foretell ihe re| publi anitni of the only empire of tip- weatern he* j ;i.itph*re. X- Y- % St Johi? ?At a meeting of tho pe .yt? in thr c<>uiti<M I mjai^nt tn the r?cert Indian ngtrar>? ill S lor-la, V I<1 i at SI John* od th# VAtb ult. th? following ?"T? * u < >( Iks resolution* pa?eil after lbs reeaptliu of ?h ? news from YV*?hlnston adrMm the withdrawal <>f ths r*| lunlrtr tr*>ps, Itw.l tb? general government eon'4 I proreid wllhi ut further difficulty In tile removal of i the Indian* frem that N'ste'? lle?olr?d. That wsha?* with pt#a?urs an<t >atltfu< lion tint ill#poxltlou <4 the eieruti?? of our own 1 Stats to meet th- eraergeney occasioned by tha lata Indian m>tra?e? In a prompt and l>~e>tniu* npirtt anil 1o furtiUh adei|U?ts protectl m to lh? fr?nil?r an<1 *pond tttler* and that wo approve of the rnnrw which be has taken, and trn?t tt will me?t with a llks approtiatl(<n finni avsry tlllien i f tha K;?te and that ?ra atro rrati!lsd to learn that th* anthnrltlan of t ks t 'nl'?<l Hst?? govt rnnieit hava *S[irs-?e4 thwtr fixsi d^teruilnalloo to reuiova the rsmalninc Indiaua from K1 tI la, and In the uieanwh.la. till that o?n ba etuctwl. to furmth arlxiUfttv r.rn(rr!l#in tn th* nr>.?.l mIM?m ??il I .hat, In purtuane* of tbaea latantlou*. are dally arriving to I lorida >ol other itoa<ur** taklnc t>eomii* the accomplishment of lti?w 4a-lga* all of whloh b highly )?lli(x!torf. ?d nntt fur e.rdlal in4 b*artj approval ai.d v?* anall tali* gr??t pl???ur* in en-nj?aratli a alth tb* ?? nr.ltalcd aatltoritia* In any way that ma; b? aradlnl and pr?p*r to aid la eairyluf out tna tbjrcta above ripirurd Heaol i ad Tb it In oar opinion tb* governor ?V>al<l Lot ?itli4rt* i ha TtilunUar fora* now in t'.ia fi*l<l. n jc fft>? lo hit effort* for tha protection of th* oaotry, alth-nt flr-t btdrg ?atl?fled tt.at tha United State* rr irent baa provided aafllrWatiy fx? tba defancaof Iba nUliti,?r'? H'?'il?ail, Tbal, from laraettffatinn* mala. ?ra ara 1 fell; Mti.fl. .1 that tha Idaa that lb* <itragf? at luJIaa (Iff and I'rwr ertfk. oa oppoalt* ?lde* of tba paoia1 M'U, wer* committed by una and Iht ?a:na b?n I at I Ifiiliana aid not eicaadlng live la numh*r,l? alt 4< tbtr rrii'MoM; and among otbar na?nn? r*ad*rtng ?u-b a ajpraltion Improbable Bar ba matitlcnal th? remain* Of Iba ramp t'r?* of a miieh latftr oanhaf iif Indiana, n> ar th? rrain of tba outraaa at In4>*n rlvar, tba >h rl apacatf liaia not aio**ding foar daya. b*t?e*a iha tao attack*, tba dUtaaaa of ut#i on* huadrad otllaa la an air lis*. lo t>* traveled by ladlaa* ladan with ptun| drr, by alrcattoua path* and ltt>rt*iiii| atlargoiiract. r* aiDpr, and lakaa. and th* amount of i4naderrem?v?<i at tarh p >tat. aud that we ara ?ati*4*4. aAd ful ? baliava Hit tlir* iiilra|N hava be? u aanatenaaoad l>f tha Hoi ida Indiana generally and bar a not praaaa4ai mtrtly ftona t'.a individual aata at faeunga af any liniitad or partlealar number Keaoivad. 'I bat maah aradlt la di* to r?|oaal C. T. Smith, of lb* 24 regiment of arUUary. and to tlajor niplay and I.laut Adatua. under hi* command for tbalr prowl t and *n*rg*ti* axartioaa for lh? prolaetioa of tha Cllliaaa. Tba lloa r. C. Cabell, In a fa* partlnant remarka, deprecated Iha fotrortactloa of any aartiraa of politlI ral a.luau n tbat might toad lo aar Ui* harm ny <>f th* Meeting. a>>en.h|td to ?*n?ld*r :ha Interest aad 4a'y rf a e< trmoi country andar a mm^a grievance lla d?tall?4 * bat h* aadaratood to ba iha p?ll*y of th* adnilnlatraiion a* to tba iumi'dtat* and t >tal rein>?*l >f I Iha latMana. and Ita dl?po*ltlon to afford arary aid aa4 proUrtlaa to lb* altiaea* of Florida that they had a rl|tht to demand or could ju?Uy rxp? ot f he meatlrg ?i< alao ad lr-*>ei hy tha lloa D. f.. Yul?a, who ai*lte4 prof >uai Interest a< h? pi?tura<l the dl -tn ? ai d euffrrlog of oar t ar ly fr-.n' i?r aettiara. driT?B r- m t*- ir n .mo-, an J r?n |prn| d-?tifita by tit* dr?ad rf tbo ?? *< Xf VuWafartbo* Mid that. oo?. Filing in lb" * inr[K?K and ?ati*fa?t>ry ir?o~*? of th? Pmrrlar/ of Wu, he wa? not dlep >ecd to bw % ha^tj or oen-t)ou? < hi* Jo<i*m?nt He thought tb* d?(?rui?ul at faait, buwafrr, In ?oae p?rtn>?lara, which tie prcr<. ,lnl to ,pm.ty, but which he hoped ?' uld be r. mod'' <1 Flood IT Hum i"?uto*. low* o* lait Thur?.|ay night thl? ?toir:lty ?? *ifltrd by oo? of the ??*?rr?k rain Morton a?er etpFrltr.eed la thin pprt <>t the country 1 b* whota bottom, bmml cd by the bluff OB th? n iiih of Valloy and north of Jalferana ?tr?eu wao oa* ?be?t of <i>r b?aiii|ri lt< bmffl lumber. bumla, rail* trooo and erarT thing thai would float. Thehridga liad nc fr 'tit Third itrrwt wee ontlraly ? rapt away 1 ba ? * brldfo wMrh ?< 'li? principal thornughNra Into town fri m tho tgen?y. far> I badly rba mala brtdg* anifd oertral inche* k pil l It* tup porting pit re, while ife earth twenty f~et txynud IU ombera wit* wa? underlined, and with tho wing awept down tka trrum Tha road on leir?r?a? utreet wa? m >?t af It rairlid a?ay. W hat Ibo etrrm of rbu ? lay nl;h? Ult uodobo.tho ooi ->?d one on Saturday a!ght aoo >mpiUh~4. 1 bo b>autilnl aixl ?ul?ianilal h 1'I#" on tin ?*< nop nad. iho eity bridge l'?<Hrg into Hotmdary atr-wl anil V libilui a biMg* wor>'dom< |i>hrd ; the "'n""Oir rwl bridge a ay. at oon-iderable <tpra<? bo I'm aorik abuts."at >< tha Inwar or Main etra-t bri ig? ga?e ?/. - JJ^rUnf oa (fova) ttswtoft. .i?f U.