Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 11, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 11, 1849 Page 1
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TH * NO. 5575. Til* Presentation of Sword to Oenaral Jmpfc Imnut-MUUry Itorttw t? the Fuk. Yeeterday the orremony of presenting a (word to Omul Areiiani. by hi* fellow onuntrymen la New York, took place la the chapel of the Ualrerelty, and jiail off with great icUt. Indeed, the athuilasm WM nakonnded. and the retention exceeded the moat anguine tipwttUou of tba warmest friends of that bar*. Nor U It to b? wondered at, that a people Ilka the oiticana of New York, who are eeaentially military la their aplrit and idea*, should almost worship tbe embodiment of that spirit, and those ideas, in the par on of one of their townsmen, just returned fresh from the battle field, and from the defense of the venerable old walls of the greatest nation of antiquity. It ia net matter of aurprise that they should delight to do honor to a veteran chief whose whole life has been devoted to the battles of liberty In Euro?e. What is the military hUtory of this qniet and unobtrusive man? While yet ? young man be enlisted In the army of Napoleon, in the hope of a better day for his native land After the CoBgreaa of Vienna, he qttlted tbe French army and entered tbe service of Piedmont. In a ahort time he was Talced to tbe rank of captain, and when the revolution hurst forth in Italy In 1821. Piedmont was among the first to rice to arms I ut was betrayed by putilng her trust in a prince an.? Avexsana fled from Imprisonlucnt, or, It might be. death He passed from France to Spain and there offered his services in freeing that country from tbe yoke of oppresaion. He was raised t? the rank of major, after several months hard fighting. 1 he Spanish revolutionists like the Roman* of the present year, were subdued at length by the Intervention of France against liberty, and General Avessana sailed for Mexico .where he fought against Spanish oppresaion. and Santa Anna appointed him colonel; in which capacity ha attacked aud captured a fortress. When hi' afterwards saw the ambitious and selfish designs of tbat general, he joined in tbe in^ur eetion sgalnst 'him, and maintained a lorg siege In Tampico. Shortly after ha retired into private life and beoame a naturalised citizen of New Vork ; be mariled au Irish lady, (a citizen of Pork; and has three or four children?one of them a son. He entered upon a commercial career and was not.unsuccessful. He furmedau Italian oompeny?the Italian Guard which escorted him ytatarday, and of which he was captaiu. When be raw tbat Italy was ripe for action, anil that she required his services, be left bis beloved family to fight her battles, lie had reached France when be heard of tha retreat -of tha Tiedmontese army, but ^till went on In thu arcoad ?*r of independence l.e wa? appointed by Gbarlea Albert. Genernl-in-t hiefof the National Guard clGatioa; at>d be called upon tbe Geneese to sustain tha King against Rader.jki But whan eowardin" .nd treachery af terwards took the plate of courage * ,d patriotism. heprotett-d against tTi - armlstln.i s I pref?rred tha separation of Genoa from I'tedmout. r '.i?r than agree to it Tbe city was besieged by the 1 duiontese army. !7e fought d?->-p> rutfly and biavely Tbe bomb jhells ol the enemy had no terror and for him though upwards cl 30.1>C0 of tbe rojal troop* turrouidtd him. It was upon tbis mi uioruble occasion that we Und liiui addresMiiR the fallowing letter to Lord Hardwicke, commanding the Vengeance, a British man of war then lying lu the baibor;? Gti?i, April 9th, 1819. Sir?You entered our port with the chip uud<r yonr command, and bearing tha tlaj: of an honorable and friendly ration, lvu were received as a friend ; you received tbe hospitality of the port and city In tha struggle for liberty you have tuken fide agalost the people; you bare been active In yi ur un&sked fjr advice; you have, in your person. throvn the shot overboard from the battery of the people ; you have thrtatcncd to fire on m!d battery; you hare hauled your ship Into tbe mole, and piaced her In a situation for action; in fact, your ship l< njw ready for tight, with springs on. tojipion? out, hammock* in your tops, and bavc the apiearance of an enemy, and contrary to the ebb of the Kbglish people. Now, ur, by auch conduct jcu bare thrown yourself and ship under your command without tbe pale of honor; clrcumstanrei would ?arrant us to tire on you Inctantly: but as 1 wUh to take no unfair advantage of your linprudmre, I hereby inform you that I will grant you until tix o'cl<ck to con-lder your course, and if your tbln Is not then in a nciir.fnt il>. K. >tbe ptople will be turned on you and 7 will tmi y>ntr ?Ai/> It in anrhort, a cirr uui-tuncM wbirh would t?acli your government that when they glm the command of 1 their national rhip* to men ot rauk. they nhould be alio men of *rn?e I am. .Sir. Your lordihip* mo?t obedient lerrtit, TnUrlHiiDWKii, JOSEPH AVKKZANA. I < omm^ndiug H B. M fblp Vengeance, Genoa. 411* I.ord*Mp finding be bad to deal with a man of nerva that he could not be humbugged by blu>ter. nod that could do what be end, b- deeuied It prndent to change bin attitude front ear to peace, and maJeuuh ?pologle* and explanation* a* sati-fled the general When the city capitulated to the armv of Charlea Albeit, after nine day* bombardment, the general rnYQfed to arcrpt the term* of the conqueror, and took I refuge on board of an American ve*?el. declining ; thankfully the offer ?<f 10 OuO fraoee flnm the Oanoere, to pay hie expente*. He then proceeded to Kome, j where he wan appointed Minister of War and the Na- i yy. He fought fh?re with Masai m and Garibaldi, b?hind the barricade*. ag*ln?t the treac&eron* arai of Fl*ace, till ?u;ertor number* and munition* of war overpowered him and be wat compelled to seek again hii adopted country Thia, then, la the mas who wa? yeeterday honored with the prexentation of a (word That iword wa> Inarribed with the word* : ? "The Italian* of New York to Ceneral Jo?eph Aves? aa proof af eateem for hi* services to the causa of liberty In 1MIk.'' On oi e ride ot ihe scaoooard i* a re- ' freeentatiun of Genoajoa the other a represaaiailon of otne. At twelve o'clock a number of gentlemen of vnriou] nations arrived at the bouse of tbe general ia Broal, way, among them Count Yaa. (proaouuceU Wa?h.) a nba**ador from Ke-*nth to Kngland, Kranee and the Ualted State* About half pa*t IJ o'rtoclr three com paniee of the 4th lluaeari, under Lieut. Col Charlea. and Adjutant Teller^ tbe Italian Guard*, commanded hi uirix ainiiui; nu'iviimi ouaru anu lllgmami Ouard, commanded by Captain A. C. Caatla. ami tha Washington Kltleuien. commanded by i.aptain C. Sohwam voider, arrived at tha n?ofial i rvaidanea, and btTlBK formal Into pr?-ea?ii>a according to tba progrmma, tha general mounted bla Lore amidol tba u.oat rgthuilvtig edrtriBi, and took iia place. accompanied by hi* friand Dr. Val-titlot. ! k'ott, Jun , i>f thla atty, who wa* al?o mnuatad. and atad aa aide da-ramp to lha general lie wore tba uniform Id which ha foticht in the Italian revolution*. Thla gentleman *aa at all iha (lege* In Slolly. waa I waaaded twlca, and waa onr of twelve who a nm"o<-? I tho fliat of tba revolution* In 1M1 van be faro tha ravolitinn of Kranaa *'? nf?r to Talarino. Wa alao obaarved in tha proeaaaloa two-Sioican r*fuguaa wbo wora tha raatuma of tba popular army of their native land. Thalr nauioa ara Captain Beau. haml of tba Talarinn ' Itlkatry, nil Lieut. M uallea. of tbu National UHard 1 of Talaimn Tba following wa* tba ordar of tba proceaaloa lluaaara, I ompnny C. Iltiaear*, Company D. Italian fiuarda (iovernor'a laland Band. < laneral Avaiaana Acccaspanied by tba New York llaaeaaa a? Ouard of Hoa or Ifottiih Oaard and Highland (iuard. Wa-hlngtou RiBemaa Itallaai aid other Cltlteaa. When tba pmrtiloa reached tba I'nivarally, an tmmacaa crowd waa collected there outaida tha fcuMdlBf, and tba chapal ?a< alrnady tillad with tadiea ai.d gentleman who had aaaaoibled ta wltlti< tha crtoini hy Tha galterlaa ware *111*4 M we I aa tba body of the chapel. and tha aaeembly waa highly laapwctabla Wa obaarvvd a lar^e uumbar of Italiaaa, ( oaf whom were Signor Del Yeachlo and Signer Korraati There waa a r<>naMerable nimUr of Hungarlana ta attendance. and their (lag. wbleb waa bound la rrapa, ad l??l fcUt to tba pr< reading* Among tha ladlea poweiit *ai tha wtfj of Gencal Araaxana wbo waa aacompaaled br her alilldren Tha iati*r ?tt? anartaj 10 t>ir> during tn? orrMmn; Signar K Argantl pr?IM, linl briefly lotroduead Mr. Dm* to tha anaambly Mr |)im * ban iim? ( <h? trtbnn* and iJir?M?d tha mn lln? m an lat*rpr?tar to th? Amrletn portion of *h? aodimra. of tha objrrta for which thay on now wnbN. Tb?y nuar lkir? to prnrant I Ht? to Oaa. Atmmu. who bad anraa to thl* aouot ry m tha nttartl ; rafug* of th? o|>pr???< il ai>4 p*r?amitad 11a bad m? fnah from tha flald of glory. and hi* d*f?aaa of Roaaa WM too raraat, to randar It ternary for him (Mr. Paaa) to *at?r into tha data'la it wa? not oftaa that aoldiar f?m? among than from a battla flald whi-ra aioaa meh h<<a< r aould bo woa Of all who had atragBi far II'. rrtT la tha two laat j-*r< aoaa daaarrad it tar, or mad a a mora glorlooa ?tand, thaa tha Koataoa. wha|had tha aye-patblaa of tha aatlra clrllln*! world, aiaaut Fraaaa, who had tha ilnr; aad tha ihaaia of crushing ih?-lr a>alratlna* far Vlharty Thar* waa oaa food amaa from tha drfaaaa of Rowia It had baaa aald that tha Italian raaa had raa out. aad that thay wara ioat la tffrmlnanay Bat, whan tha tlma of trial nana, thay pr<>T?rt thaaualrea wa?<hy of thalr graat ao??atora That rrproaah waa. tb-rvfora, wlp?d away, tbaaka to Maaaial. (Jarlbaldlaad Araaaana (Load ahaara ) Algnnr Inuitti thaa *a?.? forward aad waa raaalraJ with load ahaara H? aaid that tha itallaa rarolatloa of I Ml waa hat tha raaalt of tha aoaaplraoiaa of lftJQ It IWlad thaa aa It did alao la 1M0 Bat rathara had brqarathfd It a* a legacy to thalr nhlldraa. That apirlt, which had Ita hmh among tha Carbonari af ll-jo, aould narar ha rratkrd by all tba paraaautioaa tha tyraato of Eampa eoulu bring to oaar agaiaat it. Thai jtaiartca aympa'bla.d with the atruagla for liberty la Italy, no oaa culd for a moaiaot danht hr tbla waa lb- naly raaalt of thalr g|or|ou? Inatltutioaa Oaaaral A raaaaaa had baaa proclaimed aa outlaw aad a rabai hy tha PUdmoataaa |ut*rM?it Bat thla waa aa Mora thaa had haaa doaa la tha eaaa of all tha graal patriot* whoaa name* adornad tha pagaa at aaeleat aad ao4ar* hlatory.oaly tbay had raapad that araataat gift af war, anaaaaa (i haar* ) Aa a proof that tha AHarlaaa natloa aympatbiard with tha Italian a la thalr atracgta for Independence thara waa oaa aaatad at tha right of tha I laaeral whoaa aoaraga aad darotlaa to tha oaaaa af Itallaa liberty wara bat taa wail kaawa la nadff tha meation o? hi* nam* aaoaaaary Ha ailadAd to Dr Mott who had tarred I ma tha da wa of tha raroiatloa la Italy hota aa a aoidi?r aad a aargaaa, la tha national araiy (Oreat applaaaa.) Hara Dr Valeatlaa Mott. Jr., who wara tha haad eaa uniform of tha large* a Oenarai of Ula 8lciliaa E NE M army. roM Mid bowed both to tha sfnkM u4 ttu udlniM. Plgnor Fosacm then took the sward, ud placing II Id the band* of Sliuur Lenght, ctpuin of tb? Italian Guard, requested him to present it, as a t-mall t?k?u m gratitude. to on<i who had ao wall irrfrd the eauM ol Italian liberty, but whose suoot-si was not eoma??a?? rata with his uohle effort*. Captain Lcnchi then presented the sword, amidst ioua apptanse General AxiMRiit then iimd4i4 th? trlbnimtild deafening andprolonged cherrie aad replied with a vole* choked with mnotlon. He thinked them again aod gain for their kind feeling* to ward him, and for the boner they bad crnfirrfd on bin that day. Tb? word which they bad siren him ha should bequeath a a legacy to his ohildren, who** efforts. hf> hoped, would be crowned with better success than bin own. Although poor, such a legacy <aa on* of the riohatt boona that a parent could confer upon a ehlld, and he hoped and prayed tbat that trmt would never be dishonored. (Knthuslastic cheering.) Pr OiiH Nsmrcvi, as Prwldoit el the Central Hungarian Society, then aseended the tribune, and delivered the following addres*, in Italian, to General Aveizana, which ia translated for the Hrraltk : General?I am at a Iota to summon worda to egpresa the feeling of thoee whom I here represent. We give you no more cordial greetings in defeat, than when iu Rome the hopes of victory led you to resist your ene mies Hero of Rome, though your efforts were not crowned with triumph, we crown you to-day as a hers of libertv. but not with a diadem such as encircles the biows of despots. You tee in our shrouded flag, the enihlem of hope and sorrow. The tyrants of our countilesbave triumphed for an hour, but our flags. th< emblems of light, float, showing the people of both our rountries reslft tbe despots, ((treat cheers.) ? Hungary has a Kossuth ! Rome a Masaini! Venice* Maclni! and (Jam* has shown, in the defence of hei liberty, that she bar an Avegr.ana. (Great cheers) Long li\e the man whom we have assembled to honor L< eg live the hero of Geno* ! live the heroes ol Rome! Long live the noble exiles of Italy In the land of YVasbingtou ! As a testimony of our high esteem Geneial. we pray you to accept this diploma as the I'.rst honorary member of the Hungarian Society in America. Thin crown of laurel, too, we have voted you as a defender of universal liberty. Asnept, then, thll token of respect as a worthy member of aur reputillcan riclety. Our fcchtvha* re-oWed to fori* a true and fraternal alllnnce with the brave Italian* In America The central society have resolved to create other uationo as mtbiler* of their repuhll i*u society. MKD DR GABOR N APHKGVI, President ot the Hungarian Society. Nkiimkci H Kiuki T. i 1-ist.tR Antsl, Secretaries. Ki.niiii Tiiiimi, ) A t the conclusion of this add res* the speaker invested General Av? zzui.a with a tit-color sash, amidst loud cheers C>i neral Avizzaia then returned thanks to the llunc" i is ds for their syniputby ami generous feeling. No nations could better sympathis* wirh e?cli other th in tin Italian" and Huuy nrimi*. Th< y were brothers in the struggle for independence, and they were broth'rs In misfortune. Dr Nsriicntri then called for "Hail to General Aves .ans," which waj responded to with great enthusiasm The General then cried, " Viva ilepublicu Americana " (Vehement chirring) Mr. Cli:mi:k1ii then read a poem of his own compost in ii ?Milled* i;ouie wnii D was well received by tha nuoience. but fur which we have not i-paeo. The following I* ad cr.tract:? All is not loft' residles* At 111 The spirit of a ? war Htm. In modirn Rumr't unconi|?iered will! 'Twos rnrtured with the strife thai bring* A ration'* glory with thr grave, And now with a new rapture flings III* mantle o'rr the fallen brave. Frrm this far land the tongue and pen Khali lit!lit this spirit fiercely wild, And strike the fttters from the limbs Of It*ly's lore exlltrl child) I And Avemns, lit us turn Back to tby struggle. there to >ee Through thy brave deeds all brigUlly burn A ritual for Italy I poo thy heart, upon thy brow, Tliy country"? wrongH had left a sear ? In line* of grief I* there displayed The mournful page of (ienoa Brave crldirr rtatrnman. let no urn Or rrnlptured frne thy deeds relit*. Nor Incense on Home's altar* burn, Hut leave it all to tluie und fate. Thy deeds slikll be thy monument. ?? *?* Columbus, child of Italy ! Raised Iron the depths of time our Wf.ld; Henceforth oh may their glorlon* flag* Together float - in praoo We furled. Resistless still, if not in arms, Id desolation's watchful wo; The midnight drum may beat alarms That yet inay work Oaul'a overthrow ? When from thy ancient hills roll* down The food of tby lung stifled rage, And Naples, with her bloody crowo, 81 all read anew Heme'* crimson pageWhen from thy ancient boundaries all, Crushed by her triumph's broken spell, Shall despots take their march, and fall lar lower than Itonie ever fell. General Aruust bowed In acknowledgement to the author Rlgoor Acmillb Ascoi.i then read an Italiao poem, also of hi* own cempotHlon, which possessed much feeling, and *ermed to affect the hero of Home. At the conclusion of it. the author presented Oeneral A vet rana with a green wreath, placing it on hi* hand. The Gent ml then affectionately embraced him. Thu* the eerrmony concluded in the chapel, and tha General hi* friend*, and the troop* that escorted him, retired to partake of refreshment*, prepared in an adjoining rex m; alter which tha proceaaion again formed, and proeeeded through Washington street to Broadway. and on to tha Park. Tit It VIKW OF Till PARK, A3D PRFMtNT ATIO.1 OV corpus. While the ceremony of the presentation of the sword was going on In the University chapel, tha 12th regiment, Colt nid Stebblns was performing In Washington *jaars. opposite. It eenslsted of the following companies: The Light Onard, ('apt. Vlacent, (42 muskets.) the Lafayette Kuslliers. Capt. Richard French, (60 tnosketa;) the Independence Onard. Capt Boyle; the (iarde l.afavette. it renrhman 1 (ant I.a rinrr the B. WOB Ontil Capt. Met t<?; lb* Btitor Bloee, Ll-ut. Millar (captain killed at Meiico.) the Italian tiaard, ( apt. I.engbl. (Captain (l?gml Atnmm;) Tompklii Blue*. ((.apt. Proudhon;) the Nf? York Rifleaea, (Mm unit..101 i t aptaln J oh neon Tha regiment arrbrd la thla order Irom tba aquare through Waahixgtoa nine* and Broadeay to tha Park. and there formed In front of tba City Hall, for tha pnraoaa of rai?lrg a atand of color* frcm tha Major and Common < unell Th< y ?M accompanied I t Dodaworth'a ooraet band There we* an lamenae crowd la tha Park, which ware kept (iff to a giaat dla'ance by tha polloe Aftar a rontidaraMa delay, tha Mayor and Common Council accompanied by Oaaeral Sandford proceeded from tha Vail to tba frontfof tba regiment. whan, by order of tba colonel It presented aim*, and tba ofllcarf vara rtnnnnrd to tha centre lha Mayor then dalWarad tba following addreaa ? Colonel Stebblna : It afforda na mat pleasure to meet joa and tba gallant r. gimeat which yon oommaad, t>> dallrer Into yoar keeping tbi* baaatllal ataad of colore. It baa ban eiaeuted by a akllfal artlat aad with a high dagraa of taata and liberalltr, la pnraaaaoa of a reenTutlon of tba Common Council la fulfllment of that rwerlatloa. and la tba una aad on behalf of tha repri aentatlree of the people of thi* cltr, I now entruat it to yoar abarga. aa aa evidence of tba blab appreciate a entertained by oar fallow ritiiana of thla fine cor pa of altlaan aoldlrra which yon b .re tba bonar to con maad Colonel accept thla banner - praaarra. protect aid honor It We traat that Ita fold* aay ever b* we??d only In tba braaaa of gentle peace; bat ebeuld doty call you to bear It lato tba ttorm ot action ? tbr ngh it may be torn by tha Maata of atrlfo? we feel aaaored that the luatre of yoar dee da will reflect oa It a blilllaat renown I olonel Stehbin* then returned thank* for tba bonar aoBierrati on mm awa ma rrgmw vi? vgnn rnnimand ha bad b<an hnaoied If aa>tblog eoilil add la that bf'Bor. It ?m tha Mitlnonti etpremwd li the addraaa that had l)rat baan read II ?m m dm; mttl?r to cotUet lof*tkor Ihofo rnmMnlN. ud f?rm ibeoi lgt? Ibit rtpilMtlM It bad. howarar, b?wl ?r?nnpllebad lid tbo yr?Mtl?llM of thla >Und of eolntf hand if anina to rosaeatrata tbo ftallngaof thoaa different crnipanlea, of >koa had *o di?tlv|nl?b?d lb?aa*lfM on Iba battle (luld. Ila fait aaamed fbay would narer dlaboaor thoaa baan tlfal color* Tba anion Wnu th?n preaaated to tba Colonel tha Colonel gara l bem to the Adjutaot aad a 1 earpant'n guard of tba (lard* l.afayatta nana forward to raeilva tbem. (being thaoolor company of tba raftBiaat.) 1 bit ceremony balag concluded tba ragtmaat march rd off tba irntrnd aad Weaaral \ rattana aad hit ereort rana up and wara gr? atad with load abarra by tba Bumbled multitude. I ba e?cort ha?lng_f<iraied la front of the ( Ity Hall tba Oenrral di?iai>uat?d and aaa ?bakca nral; by tba band by llaaaial *a ad ford aad tba frayor. Hitlnn b?aa I a rlt ed to r? rlew the twelfth fi(ta?tt aad tba olbar reglaianta "blab had foia?d at tba battery and wet* a?>? aa'nklnf to tba fr<a)or tha tweifih regiment brat paa*> d aad Iwked nmarltably a?ll, tha umfurat being all net. rarloii> at d mi htndfoaa Thi-? f?m? <(? flail'* brigade, tba Third Huarara, c?atmandeii by Colnael S Brooke I oetley, ah'rh we I a the admiration of all praaeat. ft* tba Mi*ih?r?, tba BKB tbe ht>raa?. aad the beaatlfwl. n> rrert at)la la wbleh they aiarebed la rarlew; tbo i<vnib replaunt (National ilntr<i|. oaamandd hy f a onel Ahtabaa Daryee; tha Mgh'h regiment (W*?hIngte n l.r>) ) ron>n an<le4 by "l?*>l Wat Hord?s; l>* tha Nlata replment r unmtndrd by Unload . errla. 1 b. ra ware prerant on tbl> i?rt?l(ia b?l<i- a " aaeral Nan a ford n d ill* o(B> era, Ueaeral VV t. Murrla, (>? . II I N.orrH and tr?a Ituram .'lllh? liiMlila i>| th< ma?Irea highly gratl f<d at tba tarn oat and Indeed tha abide affair ?al Oi? at neaitahle In New York (let eiaJ Atetrana waa th?n codiirtrd l < tha Our >?!? e tua In ibat Ity Hall wberar ha waa latndumd to >e??ral giatlea>en. after a hu h ba atnantaat hU and retaiaed hotaa with bo e??nrt ar>er addre-a. tp a lew Wi-ma to tba [ .pie Thaa c-rx-iod. <t thee* t..treating rereriii'Blea of tba day. at ha f paat alt i'?kaft. ?g. =gfe= W YO ORNING^EDITION?TUES D ) City Intelligence. Thh Thibo eruimbnt (Hu>un) ?Tbl* nnmc re*u k ment-wblcta codMhU for th? mm>t p*rt, of <J?rm?n i grocw. every man owning tbe bnrte ta? rid?a ? mtda It* f .nnl..n?. ?h. ?.?l-_ ? ... ? j r--.?< ? iu luapiini aqutrit H r 11 o'clock. Three years ago there was not* ink* la that regiment Colonel Piwtlfj nilM th?i flrit and awlated by Captain Ja^l, organized a a<|ti?dron of 1 human From tb?t time it has steadily lncr?a'ed. till now It la fbll The Colonel take* a pride Id making I tbla regiment perfect Id drill, and. with the aonaeot of the commauder in-chief. baa adopted the KnglUb c?i valrv tactics wblch he conslde-? before all oth?r? He ha<i l>ad Ave hundred copiea of a work oa " eavalrT rei oiilatlone" printed for tbe uee of the rank and die. i Thla regiment take peculiar pleasure Id be*rlug arms and knoelng their uee from the memory of oppression la Vatherlacd They passed ?ur nfflce on their way to the Battery, toJoId General Hall's brigade. ' AcrincxT ? James Reynold*. 13 year* of age. accidentally fell loto tbe slip at the foot of Grand street bout 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. and w?* rescued i from drowning by Charles Price, of 70 Mangln street, who jumped iDto the water to save bin Me was aviated by policemaD I'atrick Flood. The boy wan taken home to 81* Grand atreet. I Kucmit 14 - Thin engine was not at tbe fire Id Qreeni with street od Suoday Dight, though some of the memben of tbe eompany were. Court of Utlirral Session*. > Before the Recorder and Aldermen Wood aod P. Kelly. > Sirx 10.? Trial Jar Grand l.arrmy.? Tboma* liadden > | w*s called to trial charged with having about a wrek i b< fcro tbe 4th July. In company with Thomas libera, I | (who ha* already been oouvletcd.) stolen from Jaine* i Minnihan f.TJT in gold coin ; a part of $700 whiuh he bad taved from the bard earning* of laborious yeara. i , Tbe complainant la an elderly I neb man, and although ' he La* b?en in this country twenty nix yeara. he cannet now rpeak the Kngli'h language. and is obliged to ' give hi* testimony through an Interpreter, who apeak* ' both Irifh and Knglifh lie went to lladdeo'* house ' I <arly in tbe morning, where be nw Rogers. the arroiai ; pllce of Madden, who spoke to biro Inihls own language, and ?(<ked him what part of the old country he was i trim. On auewerlug this question. Rogers said ho wa? i from tbo '?mf plane. After i-ntne lurtherconversation, l tbe old wan *a> induced to cbaugo his residence from West street to Hadden's heuse. where he had hardly > armed before it was known to Rogers and Madden that he had money. mid tbey psrsuaded bim to get a pocket-book or puree to keep til* money in This be did. ai d then laid dotn to Fl*ep : whi-n he awoke, he found he hud lost (827 Previous to his lying d?wn. the I-. > urru n i" i l. i uaij ar'MlKKU 1MB * U?|>' ' 11K Of IOPIT I oardurt Id *<-isring lua gold, and inaWtlna upon uount- a Irg it for lilm : tbry alro trunilmrd it frnui the input c | i ackagea id which it waw contained to th? pocket. book. I J l.e ti ptinmny in thin chcc w*? the kkihk ax that in the ? fiw I IT li?-tra? IJogera. Ilnddcn'a accomplice, who *>? c ; tiled laat ? eek 11 w?? In proof that Kogere purchased | t fcnrte nl r ut thin time nul paid for it tin old coin p1mil?r to that alleg, d to h?T? bn'n atolen from Mr. i ; Mlnnihan Officer O'Keele awore that the prlanrer had f in-pllcated hiuiaelf in the course of a coarctation 1 which occurred between them. The jurv. without ' | 1?a*ii>g their feat* rendered a verdict of guilty and , 1 (lie court a?ntenccd him to aerve tl?a yearn at hard i i labor. Id the Sin* Sing Siato priaou. Hidden was triad j ior murder, at the March term I I'lrai of Ouilty ?1 homa* Smith a b?y only 1? years 1 of age. plead fcuilty 10 ? charge of grand larceny. In i I stealiig tortj dcllara. in hank Mil*, from Andrew t | Vr< allri } i.f 111 South >tr?et. lie ?a sent to the i I IloUte if IN fuge. t | (id<< I'atrick (irny alao plead guilty to aw indictment, < I charging bim with attallng railroad Iron, but, it pro* t , ll g to be orly a petty larceny tbe court sentenced him ' I to fix RiontbN In tbe penitentiary. f *1tiuult opd liutIn 'j utih Intrni to Kill ?A young 1 ( nan.? d ! redrrlck Simon waa called to def< ad t ' hinuelf agnicet a charge of aa-enlt ar.d battery, with c | intent to kill K? rdinnnd Overhof It waa alleged that c I tbe i n* nee iai committed at a public hoiiae No. 108 1 j Ki.r>}th ilrerl on or about tl?e lir?t of April la*t. be- i | twmn thi' boma of nine and ten in the evening. i Krrm ttideDc c adduced, it apptared that on the a In lit I I of tbe aaiault. tbe complaicant and defendant were, t with other (iartr ana enjoying tbemaclvea ut the hou?* r of ore AachembreDtier. in Korajth atreet. They had a hu e tlrowlng dice for wine, when angry worda arose j at d Simon Invited Overhoff to go Into the atreet and c fettle their diflerencea there Tothla thecomplainant att-enWd. aid aroae to follow bla challenger when.juat I " aa he had reached tbe door, Simon Blabbed him. with t lome tharp instrument. Id the temple and tbla blow 1: waa follow) d in quick tucoeealon. by four o'her hlowa u frrm the aanie weapon: Inflicting one wound In tbe left a rbouldir one under the left fboulder. and two In the <J back between the two aheuldt-ra. Tbe woutida were diep, and Orerh' IT wa* laid up eight weeks In aonae| quenee of thtlr infliction. t (.'oniuiun IMeae. I Before Judge I Uboelfer. 1 Pi rT. 10.? William J Kwrfifrl i ?. I)ai U RarkvtU ? Thia waa an action cf trcspa?a. to recover damagea. ! Tbe plaintiff la a Herman, and had been engag<-4 aa a I cleik In tbe defendant'* i-tore. at the corner of l bat- > bam Mjuare and Pearl atreet; be euheetjuenlly left and I , went into bu'lnera for blmaelf; he afterward* gave up I i hi* own btiaineta and entered Into a new agreement 1 j with .'ifendant. by which. a* ho allegea. the defendant 1 agreed to give him $1 U'O if he remained with him two ' year*, but in rate he left at any time before the end of i I that period then he waa to be paid at the rate of JMK) t a j<ar The agreement alao stipulated that be. tbe d plaintiff, ahonld be at liberty to put up If a aign In front t it defendant'* atore. In pnrauance of tbe aald agree- t sent, the plaintiff returned to defendant's atore, and continued to tranaact baalneaa In It until 1M8; the defendant had tbe algn removed, and the plaintiff there- " upon left, and aonght to recover damagea for tbe remotsl of the algn contrary to the agreement. Upon tbe cloee of nlalntlff' teetimony. tbe t'onrt held that there waa nothing In the agreement to preclude tbe de- I fendant from taking down tbe algn, and ordered a non. a | ??it. ' ?r*( IAI. TKBM. Before Judge Ingeabam. O Taylor rl. .Stuew Hachriar. rurd ai Niitan I ' Jtxkviil ? Motion to dlerharge defendant fro* arreat, on the ground of her being a married woman fn Ikt Matter of th' Claim e/ M'Aiffie*. Ilrnjman aiul I Wif?rt th' Kt'alt nf Itrhrrra 1'au-rU. W?f?ea?d.?Ordered 1 that tbe clain of llenderaon and ?ih agalnat tbe 1 eatate of deeeaa?4, ho referred to A. MoDonald, sole rtfrra*. C'horlri Mov til ri I tar Hmdrrttm?Motion to (trlka ' (mm from tba ralandar danlad. without ooat* fiilrMvi llalUrk r? ffidhsm fl?ti ?iU Ottori.? ThL# *u alao an art Ion of traapaaa to raeorar da mag a* for aa ot ar paltura. Tba hrotbar of plaintiff oarrtad oa tba builoru of i (onfaetionar. Ii < balharn itrot, an<l tiNDtrd to tba iltfciiutkMrtiafi ipai a part only, aa ba allagaa. of bla atoek la It ad*, bo afterward* a?apot?i bill of ?l? of tba ramaladar to plaintiff, and rat bla la pwrarioa of tba aama. and of tba atom Shortly aft or tba rsrratloa of tba bill of aala, tba dafandaat took poaaaaaloa undar bla aortpia, not only of tba food* mortgaged bat of tbnaa aold to tba plalatil. and took lhaa away. For tbla tba plaintiff bring* bla aatloa. Tba dafane* waa aot goaa lata wbaa tba | Coart adjouraad. Clrralt Court. Brfora Jodga Kdwardi. flrax. 10? Tba Circuit Court la ftdjoaraad to Monday Bait, In conarqnaaaa of tba rapaira to tba aaart room not balng flnl.bad. rnaklyn tltf lm*iil|i>nfa. Fm.- Oa Sunday morning a boat I o'rlonk. a harg* lying at tba foot of (.old atraat. waa dlaooaarad ta baoa Bra. It waa tooa aitinrulabed with bat allgbt damaga. It belonged to tba Naw lark Krla Railroad Company AaoTMta ? At twoo'eloek oa Monday mornlrg. a tra broke cut la Iba baaamantof tba four atorybrlrk boaaa in Waihlngton atrei-t. nrar FMfNl Tha flramaa vara promptly oatba a pot and foot aitlngulabed It bafora much damaga waa dona Akd Still Anornaa.?Yratarday morning, about T a clock. flamea war* aaaa laaulng from tba atabla of Mr. | ( arbart In Adama atra?t naar Willoiigbby. It waa j aocn got under and confined to tba atabla. ( oaairi Tien ?la cur report In yeatarday'a HfruU a tba dologa of tba ally aourt. aa arror occurred a tat lag that tba city coutt had adjourned to tha 1Mb laat II abruld fcaaa read. tba Coart o4 ?General Neaalona ad- . Janraad to tba Ifttb Inat Aa tbla armr waa llkaly to mlalaad jar?>ra wa daam It yrofar that tbla correction almuld tx mada. Citt Cat it ?In tbli coart tbara ara two alrll cau?e* aat doan fir tf norma. On Wadnaaday tba oonrt will opan fi r tba trial of a??arnl criminal rauaaa, aaat down lt? lK>(l>a?al O...inn. I>r*D Bot>v Ui?d ra Klvihiso Btr.?Ob 8nndi; kfi?rtooB ikitindj of aa unknot! mil ni drlflad aab'ra at V lii?hir( buy lla wa? a maa of ahoat AO jaari tf *? and ot n aa ?i blat form, romplxlon dark. , lla eoald m t N- mora than four or lira <1?y* In tba watrr. A bui; lii|?r*l cm k?M, lid vkii air lirormiot Mt. I fc<Ja tin halnc 4up la tha Kiid wh?r? tha bmlj ?M fi.vnd, to bury It m It ?aa, wlth?at i roflla' Thl? la a atiatigf moda of Procardia* la a thtlailaa eoaatry. Ileliia. ARItrVAI.* AM) DftPAKTTTItC*. Oaorga M. V?ur|, U.S. Navy; l.laot. Joaaa ir. ft. Marlaaa; t C. l>* Craft, U. I. Navy; Captain Oalann, I'oupbkrapaia; A. Handfurd. Alabama C. Wiltnrd, Virginia; ( aptaln Wikmi, U t Nary; Dr. Maritta, I Otltaaa: M fttaaart, U. > Navy; M La Ray Taikrr U. H tilpat* Harltan ara at tha tmarloaa J N Vaa. Nlehaotd: Lint Cat (lartvar. U. I. Amy; J. A. Bataa, U I Mavv; Major Comat??k. Nav

(itliana W II Waikar U 8 Araty; ? I'aWra. Virginia, Mr. Claika W a<hlngt<a; J.J. Kay. Kaataaky; A. fanfoid. Alabama; J Mrllanry, ftavaanah; A J. Dvbiola. Hnvtda; Ova. Caaalnfhaai, Poaghkaapala, ara at tka Aatur Hnwaa. h<a 8 P t ha#a, U 8 Raaato. Ohio, J. Uorgaa. U. S A i my; II av Mr. Utttlagar, Waahlngto?. i M.,nal W rkitrr aad family, IJ. I A.i ' apt. Smith da; Capt. 1 f allum. do ; II L l.aa'li, do.; Cap?. T Vm laadiu Rt 1 bomaa W I ; A (? Millar. I) ft. Army, f?r Ma-* Irga II 8. Navy; ( at l:ato?. U I Army, Or lakk at d family. Virginia. (?*n liaff Oiaaa Wa<hlnatoa. Mr I'tlatow and lady, Moatraal; l.laat Tavla-T'. Atmy, JvdgaA T H?8a L?>?( Maad, Com Par I a* IJ.8. Navy t apt S?ymi>ar. I'. 8, Army: Major iaaxt do.; J. I.. Moranca and family. Milladalpbla; Alfr-d I Mll>p? Moatraal; H K Clark, U. 8. Army; Cotnaal I.hU i aad t?aDy. do ara at lha Irvlag lluaaa Caatt Calmdat far tllla Day. CaamoR 1'i.raa - N ? fcT 109, Ho, JJ| Jja 111, lit 11?, 118, UT, 111, fr 18, M, N. < RK I AY, SEPTEMBER 11, 184 Our lyrariur Comnpondtnctt i tt: llouac, | SiHK UHK, Seplrmbt-r V. 1M4. { Uotrrfrrrnrt of thr in rtfard to Skmwinf fitMHHmu ? Kccitmmt It ttt Turn Htftr, and I'aUurr tf hit BtkiHtian?Drfmrture of Yanlur Sullivan and Jtlmny Walkrr?F.rptefd Jlrri*+I of ItiiHngmiluJ Prrtont?fitt'l It lite ./}?'.urn Priion ? (inrrol Tuyfer'i I-fttrr of Rtfutml to Filit Iht AgricxUtiiral Sfirty. All day jttterday nothing wan thought or talkrd of bat tb* cparring exhibition of "Tom I Iyer" and '( barley Ihiane," wbich *u to be given at Malooliu Hall laat evening. but the whoir thing b\k beenntopped l>7 lb* interference ?.f the city authorities They haro u?d a fpeoial mtctint;, and parted aa ordinance under .he new law of laat year, that all "rparring exhibitions" olli be eonmdereii a misdemeanor, and that any one riving aooh wlH be liable lo be Indicted i-nn?l?t.<i - punished for the offence. TbU bold stand of the Sjracuse authorities hn* not only received the appro. < nation <>t the citizen* end visiter* at thi* pluae, but sill tend to yreserve ordrr during the three moiling lays of next week. l'uiing the great portion of yesterday. after the inlval of Tom Hyer aud Country Mc' iuskey. uroat i txritiiuent prevailed at and around " Must's lintel," i 10 pet a glimpse of the American Champion and hi* 1 iseociaten, but. a? he hud Naming handbills ported ail ' tver the city, that be and several other* would ' ret- I in the evening it wm hie policy to keep nut of light till such time an the sparring exhibition would ' >e given; and to do thi*. he Immediately went to hi* >l<pant room that hud been >et apart for bliu by Mr. , lust and there rcmaiurd till evening, when It waa mnouircvd to hi* fri< nd.i that the city f.tlhfr* had hmh iI a document to the proprietor of the Mull, not to illow any sparring exhibition1* upon any accuuut ? I'hlx of course put a d.tmper upon Mr Hyer and hi* 'rlend*. ax they expected to ri-allxe setae live or six lundred dollar* out of la>t night'* receipts; but In loBfKjnence of the stop. by thi* h'?dy of" Whig AlderDi n," tbe great u(fair ?u a (allure, (It 1< n >w m l hat Tom Hyer ?III not ba prohibited from giving hi* xhlblllou* of celf defence during the fair, but ai yet it s Dot positively known ) whioh can-ed nearly as uiurti llrappolntmi nt ?i h some. a* It did In not havlug the iWaMirc of" Old /aekV company at thi* great cattlo how. After tbe ne*< had reached I ankea Sullivan Ih it all fpairing exbibiliona'' would b? prohibited by the oniinoB Council be at nm e proceeded to Mew Vork, nd in eo doing iett thi* oity in the :j o'clock train, in inipany with Mr. Walker aud 8chaUer; and should Ijtr now be fortunate enough to get permission to xblblt bla manly art of self de'enre. he will have a lear Held ai.d no opposition, which will yloid him a tccketfull <>t reek* t Among the distinguished military and other gentle. neu that are expected to be present during thi.; gr<-at lunual exhibition, are Uen Win Held Scott "" lien. Wool," "Lord i.lgln" arid *uite. frwtn Canada. with 'Harry of the Wei>t." which will give an Impulse to the >rogre?*of thi* fair that kwill almost ejual the prelence ot the old Hero of Buena V Ma. A* 1 was taking a stroll toward* the Fair ground* ye*i rday. I accidentally met my old and respected friend, Iran y?ndt, *b? 1* now the literary gentleman of thi* arw aud ent< rprlsing city, who gave uie a polite invlialoa to take a ebon trip as far an Auburn Having igreid to accempauy m> tall friend, we proceeded to be depot and put ourselves under tbe excellent oaru t W II. II. Smlih, L*<j . tbe car. ful and polite oonducor of the Syracuse aud Auburn Itallroad it beiug tbe 1 last train,''we were only ab?ut hfty minute* golug rem place to plaoa. Hating safely arrived at the depot n Auburn, my*< If and friend " Van" at onoe proceeded o tliu stone ediflri-, where we met tbe g?atleuiauly lerk, Mr Andrews, who lmnudiately called upon ane t i he keeper* to show us through the prison Having > * ? dan hour or *o in tbe various department* of thi* naible I uildicg. we took our leave, and shook haudi kiill a number of tbe ofiic.-js of thi* in-tiluliou, and >ade tb. m farewell In going through the different p >rIcns of this pil-i'ti. I noticed everything to be in the n< >t perfect order aud oleanllne?* There ?r? now < me Ib'i contiols (of which HO are African*.) la this 1 l*on and out of the number there are only noma two ir three Idle ones. It having been announced for week* and weeks that l Old /ark" ftould positively b? at the ealile *hnw, bousand* upon thousand* made calculations on seeing il* old I are and in Older to obrlate any disappointneiit to the country people who might come here to ea blu. he ha* sent tho following letter to the pr?silent of the society : "Nia< **? Fai i *. September ft, lHiO. ' Mv l)??? 8ia?I hope that no one In attendants* ipon or la any way Interested in your great agrlculoral Bleating, nt ^yntense. will suffer a disappointment >r< portioned to that which I experience In being cmM-llid to relinquish the Idea nf?being present myaelf " In addition to tbe pleasure of meeting *o vast an iSMKblaga of my hlluw cltlxen*. up< n (an occasion i* uterestlrg to ail who appreciate the Uue souroes of lallonal pionperity and gnatneix, I have b-eu antlcl lattrg gtattfactlnn and lu?ciurtlon from this highly arrrable op|? rtuoiiy ?f looking upon tb?', uiplcui nta. and improvements of a pursuit la which I isve ever taken * deep pci?onal Igtrrxat " To attend tbli Agricultural fair, wa? flia promtlent object f dt fMl to your Mat.' and until the be last ai Bcnt I hare encouraged tha idea tbat I (ball in hp, but tbe advice of my m?<ilral attendants, and be 'aln of buninemi la the < spital. NtlH It a duty or n?e to relinquish my wUhea upon tha rubject. " iaiuifully and truly, ' /. TAYLOR. 1 To (Una. Jon* A Kith. M. C.. Preaideut of th? State Agricultural 8< rlety, Syracuse." Tnb Starr. or Iowa?It* liTsaiat. Rmouirri, tin MrBcvKMkMTi.?A steady, wholesome. invig"i <*. og irowtb attrad* tha prcgreas and population of thU Hate. Kerry part of It fern to be In a thriving conlltlon Its ailneral wraith t* eery great. It* agrtaulurml aliastigi* ara not rurfaaaed by any St*te In the nlon. Ita population la of an Indwttnoua, eatarprilii( and (ro-ahead kind. The towns. an well a* tha ountry, present tha aama Indications of prosperity ad of a steady growth In wraith, comfort and popu- ' at I ?n Wa are p.eased to the esldenoes of tha raid rtrldrs to greatnei-* which are presented by erery a par which wa rreelre from our young si iter State, and till battar pleaaad to learn tbat amoral. Intelligent and j Ddnrtriona population ara producing this state of i hicf a It could not well be otherwise wbare nature eraelf baa bestowed ao many gift* upon the laud, and netted ?uch a population to arall tb< mulves of tbeaa dvantagee Tba last number of tha Keokuk Dfpitck, tiltlti a very Interesting article on lha Improvements Dakltig In that place-the numb- r of houses built an I tber Indication* of real prosperity Wa had Intended o refer to it mare parti" jlarly. but lha paper baa bean alelald, and wa m?st p< rtpona It. The location of tha own must always make It a plane nf great bu-lnnss. nd Ita commerce will Inareaaa with the settlement and mprovement of the beautiful country which surrounds t and mora particularly aa tha Uila to munh of tha and Is likely eoon to be settled and determined forarar nothing else baa prevented even much greater Improrcnent than la now risible Tba Burlington /he* Cy< 1 ontalns an article upon the Improvements In progress 1 n that rlty, whtab ii of a rery gratlfylag kind Of the I I mlldioge recently completed, two ehurobe* thelier- j I ban Methodist i plaoopal. an i the Protectant . ai are mentioned . ami xme twenty brick bouses, he property of different persona who are named an I ?tween fifty and one hundrrd brick and soma frame louses wbneaowneis are anknown. Among the bnlldtm in progress- some of th-m Ml fine rneid-naee, nd others intended for stores and places of business- j I *a twenty-odd hwa>ea;and laRoutn Burlington the Im ] irweemeiit Is said to ha greater than la any other Bart | f tha city New steam?ork*. and sdditloaal building* t llendite and I'osU's eitenslre lr?>n foundry aud ma- ] bine establishment .Smith's stesm taw mill and the lotteries. indicate the permanent character of theaa Biprr uainU. In addition to all these buildings actuJly nmpKted or in proxies*, tli- re are mauy libera 1 onteinplated, and whleb will Ixi under way? mnng them a Baptist ehurcli. The corporate autbur I tus are 4< lag their duty In the paring of streets, sad tadlng and prepaitng others for paving, and ^?o4 -v.- - - * ?n IUM? iriMin| in inn n-wn I rod TUI.'lll arte ol the rich and fertile country which aurroun'la 1 I Tkl (f<rt iCv> fprtll* ?r ( pluk rotd, Ufa* klrh I Ur|f nvnitx-r of k<iJ< ar? it work. %? om of tha I ??> ? Impoitanl ealerprirm now gmng forward la eon- I >eilwo with th* i4(inn<-n)*nt of Harllngtnn Tha t '?pl>Ui? ?f thl* r<?4 ll la old. will open the way to .a utea.irr seal region, which wUliarlte maaufaotar- I it to Mill* la that ell; lath* I>m MiI?n rail*;, oo. a* we l>ara froai the Ottumwa Cetuier ureal ami I elaable la|>ro*r?*?iU mewl the rye In eeery direction I rbe i-ld wilier* are building -ubetantlal bam* and I iwelili ji howee* nowlng BrMora, planting rohatj*. I ad ei.larglog IMr tarn* ; aad mr-tj where aw* wile* Diaj bw ewe a patting up ibelr low houewa, aooa la * fallowed by IB ore mbetantial building*. ihw reeult* f well applied ladaMry - Km Dm .Vldne*, ih* eon air I 1 eal of f'olk eounty. I* |ro?lt| rapHly Red Rial I ad Fella la Marlon eenuty. ar? thrifty rlllage* j al'-nea. ike eon air *-at of cf Vahaaka. I* a beautiful Jane aad I* fuel growing Into nolle- and la*p?riaaaa. I '.ddjrllle. eit naiad oa tba I>ea MoIbm. ba? ?* ?f the i eel landing* oa lb* rtrer. and ha* a good aleaa N* | ' nd j' >el bill la operation. and a goted man* bnnaea re g'lig ?P Ag?nry elty. I* already a town of aoaaldlabia baelaaea, and lb* location aaaawt bw beataa. < >abl< nega. tear mile* bark of Ottumwa la la the mldat I a very flaw cowalry thickly Mttled adtb ladmtrloa* I ?d llii 'ft> farmer* I a Ortamwa IImU *?me twenty ' tiding*. a*nelly of brink, of large dliae??lona. ara , <lt>? op d?D?tiDK th? *ah?toatioi pro#parity at tho una Hirxni > * *el grl?t miII* *r? put la ro.( uitltlun anrrj dir. fill n *nil tr? hir Ileal proof* of Uh> goh<ad i Unetir ??f th? p?o| U of Imi ? Si L?i? (Jr* ) ItuUHM, Jiuf 2?. Tin rI arrid* m Vr?*o*T ?1? two linadrod t?l r??a l??ii? (oil hot fori;) th* wh'f* ho?* lit a.hrt* of I ho Him*, Bad oil ?th-r? 7* * Ml gala of I Irw loot ytt Tko drool* will pr< fcofcij >U*4 It | >* to t "|?p**Hloa ihu? two ohtgi io ta?nalagt<>a i??tj thro* ta Wit4taa fnor la A'lnd/nr. tlMln lailaod tan In Aitdl*?a tan la I hlu?- d?n thr?* la roomie sad oao la iiraad l*io TWy h?r?, without ?"aoi galMi oao la (Irkaa* IM aot h?ord IriBi, oiro I'tohoMy ro.|*n?rd o ohlg. Thn roolltlnn ?i?? ?Wn?d throw la Ororg* enoaty. two la Wanhlag. l<?, too ta i aiMlnnio. and o loeo la rbnaoa la Laanlllo - i?wd (Mac* ) Univr, flrf ( I. A iklp nt TM iniM to ho nollod th* "Han|trlia, ' U | Id Ml kH?f hvllt M Vrd/ord, M??d. [ERA 19. Our Muatlieni Corresp?n<1ei?r>?. Gkkkhviixr, S. (3., A'ljj. 23, 1HI9. Tni Cu/twr at the South?11 if 7>a (Jari/en of Mr. Junxut Omiih?7V Production of Fi^s, Altn<?tdf, Untrt, fr., Qrt. la my last, I promised to give au account of the tea garden near this place. You must remember Mr. Junius Smith. He was orignally from Litchfield, Conn.; a ttudent of Yule College; a merchant of New York ; but the greater portion of hi? life a resident of London. Several years were devoted by him to the great suVject of Atlantic strum navigation. Having demonstrated that this could be accomplished by the passnge of th? Sinus, n e continued the agent of that line until the loss of the President, when the com|>nny wouud up their concerns, with an immense loss to himseW. Mr. ^nntli was obliged to turn his uttention to some nfiior nrriliuition lliu KVPrtmna mainlu ? %_ strur.ientai in getting a bill through Congress em powering the Postmaster (ieneral?the memorable Cave Johnson?to make contracts for carrying the mail; but instead o! giving the contract for the Atlantic mail to Mr. Smith, the worthy Cave gave it t<> Mr. Mills, of your city. Mr. Smith had l>ut one child, who married the ltev. Mr. Maddock, a clergyman of the Knglisli church, who was afterwards appointed by theKsst India Co ,a chaplain, and removed with Ins wife to a station in the Himalaya mountains, where the company have large tea plantations. .Some tlir?*e years ago, this daughter wrote a letter to her father, calling his attention to the subject of tea, and recommending its introduction into the United States. The old venerable was struck with tho idea; and after giving the suoject th<- most attentive examination, became convinced that it was practicable, uud in the W)tli j ear of Ills age took . the matter in hand, with the greate.-t earnestness. , He found that the toll, climate, and latitude ot .several o< the States of this Union, by comparison , Willi the great tea districts ol" i -iiinu. wre adapt -d . to its cultivation, for the tea pJant nourishes in its greatest strength between the 20th and 40th degree of latitude, sud that contrary to popular opinion, is , piocfapainst revere froats, snow storms, and all the ttein severities of winter. Alter making n very extended examinntion in ditlrrent States, he j selected, as the best spot he could find for the exP? nmeiit, this region, llis tra garden is about ' three fourths of a mile from this village. In the fulloflHIM, about 500 plants were received froin China, via I.ondon, uud in December they were ' planted in hiss garden. A considerable quantity of . tea teed was planted at the same time. 1 now proceed to give you the result. Kverjr ' one knows what a trenn-ndously severe wiiitermiil 1 spring were the l,ist. The plaut9 wrre left to uLe care of themselves; and yet, the larger portion of ' them nre unharmed, and arc now in a llourishing ' condition. 1 saw several specimens of tin- gre<*n ' and black piuM in bud. The perineal baa suecreded beyond a doubt. Mr. Smith lus only to follow it up, and increase his stock by new plants, J cuttings and seed. It isof slow growth. Like the , omk, iiic plant uuuh one year, out aoeii nor milt till the next. Next year, I presume, Mr. Smith will begin to | k tea, although inti great object lor K'tiie time to come, will l)r to increase the <|u>n>tiry of hit* plan's. The tea t>eed was pi mt"d at a wrong >< 6011, si d did not amouut to any Itiin.". H<* is daily exp? cting an increased number and a snortintnl of pluntf, and more Heed?the latter, if planted ht the light season, (in ilie spring) will succeed, 1 think. Mr. Smith haa a garden Mi|>erior to anything about here. It contain* only an acre of ground. lie hap erected a snug little cottage in one corner of it, where he is a.? nappy, contented, and confident of success, a.- man can be. Having satbfn d himself by actual experiment that Iim theory was correct, he has prepared to increase hit) operations, by purchasing about three hundred acres of suitable land, on th>- Saluda river, 'J mile* frc in the village, where iii* future o|>erations will b<on an increased scale. Hut his tea garden and plantation do not occupy the whole attention of Mr Smith. He u an agriculturist and horticulturist by experience, lie lias introduced into this section, and brought to perfection, the finest of foreign Iruite. i notic? d a laruc number of li4trees, almond trees, dates, and graix-s, which he has procured from Europe, and which will undoubtedly flourish here as well an there. 1 have been daily in the habit of eating fresh fit;s a* good aa any 1 ever met with in Kuro;x>, uud 1 a?e 110 reason why they should not be cultivated and prepared lor the Northern matket, to an extent that shall supersede the necessity of their importation from abroad. The same remarks will apply to dates tied almonds. It is really refreshing to ? -? an intellijeat old man who has pjs^ed Lis three score nno ten, devoting the remainder of bi? lif- to ?ih cestlully accompli h an object whirh can never benefit liuii peisonullv. 1 have no doubt li my nnud, that (lie introduction of the tea plant into ; thin country will prove ot vast and incalculable b'nrlit to the Union. It has been attended with 1 (treat expence, all of which his beeu borne by the old gentleman himself. With his own resources I lie hss published a work on the cul'iy.-itioa of the Ira plant, written by himaelf, and which hie actual experiment*hn?e partially demonstrated to be true. Mr Smiih estimates the annual consumption ot tea in the I,'nited States to be 11 million of poandi, in Kurope, CO?total, HI millions. He estimates tlie productions in China to be over nine hundred million of pounds, of which the Chinese export only about seventy million. Iln lupposea that an acre of land will produc* till 1 pounds; consequently the cultivation ol 2>), 100 acres of land in the fourteen tea growing Stay* will supply the prese nt consumption of the timed : Slates. To sum>ly Kurope would require 91,411 1 acres of land, lie cupposes that there are fourteen of our States th;:t will grow tea, and that 111,-ViO acres of Imd cultivated aa tea plantations, *ve. ....... \ r..m ...1. ..r u- rn..M>..? ...11 < ni|n>ly the consumption of the article both lor l.utope and the 1 nitrd Statea. Il be Mine jeara before t< a plantations become general, but ib?i they will eventually be found in tin* region I do not conbt. Mr. Smith deservea h tfreat hli.ire of credit for Ina bold undertaking More that?tlna Stale that he has honored by arlecting for hia first experiment, and to which it will prove nf great benefit, ought to encourage and sustain ihe old gentleman, and pre him the mean* to extend his operationa to an exteot that will prove of immediate Lmrfit to the Stale and the cojatry at large. Patting rfown Main street to the river, I was attract'd by a large sign nf " New York Store." 1 i ntrred it, and made a purchase of cigar*. 1 found that it was owned by (Untie ft S'icol, of your city. Mr. Nirol is an *g?nt, and receives subscriptions For the HrraM, whieh has miny subscriber* h?*r* They do a very extensive busiaesa, and have the larye?t n Miinnrnt of goods of vujr other In the iJare. Mr. Ilaette re?tdea in New York, where he is rofihtHntly engaged in making purchases for his Southern atona, of which he haa several. Mr Nicol has resided here seventeen year*, and I bave found htm a very useful acquaintance. NotrniRMca. , Tim Ki o?m? l?n:oi ?*n M.i?si*?*t? oi Tsoort? Th* New Orlesa* /'ireyufw of the 1?l taut . has a letter fn a Poarhaatrmla under date of tke list ult. whJrh pay* The rWarner Olivia. Capt Urine arrived hi?ra J fr>'m Tswipa Bay, via Bt Jrwepb sad r?n-ae<>l* 1 ke Olirla eoavrjed Majo* <>?o Tand ?Ug. wltk taraty reerulu. from rasesfoula, snd < <>l Oarlaer.Capt H"??. Adjutant <??n?ral I t*at IV llmw;, A q M aad the rr|tantal band ot ths 4th artillery IWm Prntaeola arrived at Tampa Ray on the 21th ln?t L?ft I'ovt Brook# on Monday i h? 27tk inat No opt r.unlratinn had been had with tho In l am They are , t?ppoa*d to fee within the boundary well (uppilwl with , pr??l?ton? and auaibrrlag MO warrlara, under tfaai I Joaes sad Billy Bow l.ags , On the 'J?tk last Oenvral Twlrg* >???pateh?d Major i , u.l.k.u.. _.<k I, ilk artillar* Ulh? \l>nl Iro rlrar udfH preparing to atatlna two otbar o>m* , |aalaa naar raaaa I rrak am! tb* Hlakap >aaa*a?*?i. , Tba lahabltaata of tbo aboro namad aattla?a?u w-ra , all foMad Bad thair aropa wara abaaloood. No n?o , 4>prtn(llmi hod boau raportod l'roo>pt BMdrM ill bo laiaadlat* ly adopt ad to protwat tba fmatlar Ml< , UaBanta , Tb? 7 th lnfa?try had not arrlrad A boat two bun , 4rad Bad tf?? fhatda ara an-am pad o* tbo , oonb >lda of r??w Crook, hut or* ad>taad to r?maln la , ioMto for tbo praaaat ( apt Caaoy, Indian a??nt at , Taarf a. baa aoafldar nm la tba aipantatlon of maatiaji ?o?a of thr ablata at Hara Hota at tha full of tbo m?oa. aa a wbllr *a? and otbar indication* of thalr willing i aa?? to talk wtUi tbo whttaa, had kaaa diaaorarad arar I bat plara I I.?ft (t aaronant rtaamar Cot Clay at Tamp* brig I olnaibwa Wakrnan maatar frnia Hua?^t?al?>\ I Nandto Naw Y<>rk. rot Into Pan-amla on tbo 2ita i loat la dlatraaa. for want of a rna baring liat tbraa 1 anaa tbr< agb larar Tbo . aptaia bad aiao b*~m aiak. I and tba a.aaal *aa >i?p J 'o Paat a ("da by oao Man ad a boy obo >lth tba rook ara sow la tbo hoaplul at tbat plara Coat. Wakmaa raparli arbnntm Volaat and lli>aln Vn?b of Now V?rk. aaiiad la an?^i? fr< at Haaarwaioe rlrrr Taaao*. t 8 aloof of-war A1baay anrborrd o lit* la load I Larra raoti P? i*imm i Wa hara ba*a famrad by < apt W K Noath wlib Infraction brought by him from IVmaO'huno wkratia ba ha< rxaaalll a?a< Tba < w> aihar bad hat a rary aoaora at I'arnanthura lira ay | ffalao fr> m lha aonih ami aon'b aontb aaat praaallad, arc vpanlail by torr. nU at rain, aad anrh a aaaaam had ? ot ha, a -lparlarwc a J alnra I Ml f?iJ ft Jir-Imm, >r< 10 I LD. TWO CENTS. The Overland California EinljunU. Fort Lakamirc, J M>e 25, 1HISJ (h'nland Emigration to tin Pari fir- 'nu/n'*r of EmigramU?&ct*t*on the Route, 4*p . 4"r Since I wrote last from Fort KearnV. I htvn obtained further information as to the , vobable number of emigrant!) upon this route for Call *onii?, and 1 find, from conversation with Maj K? lr. S. A , the Indian agent, the American *'ur Company's agent, nnd emigrant* who have reach *d this place via. Council llluffe, that instead of e\> * aggeruting in my list, that my calculations fdl short of the true number. There are now upon the road, between Forts Kearny and Mali, ihiity thousand emigrant*, wltU over tilty thousand head of utock, mostly oxen ; and fe.iring that there will not be gra^s enough ti? supply them when tliey approach the mountains, they are all ttriving to get in advance. Hundreds of WHgoBn have been rut up to make pack saddl-s, for five dollars in the moat that can be obtained for the befet. Mules nnd oxen can not t>e bought at any ptice?only exchanged, ? mul* for a yoke of oxen. Hvery man that can exchai ge his o*en for mules or |a>nies, id abandoning hi* wauoa and packing n few pounds of provision*; and tlirms who go on with wairons are overhauling every mnig, ".uising me lucent calculation* ot tile amount of provision necessary to take him through, hih! throwing the remainder awuy. The ground, for two hundred miles, is strewn with wigfiBf, trunks, axes, picks,shovel*, hurn< ?, bscon and lead in cords, flour, biscuit, be<?u>. coats, pants, boots, shoes, chairs, Acc., iVc , <.Vo. J>tich a destruction of property, iid>I that so willingly and voluntarily, whs probably never beforw witnessed by any one. Muiiv of the cattle b i?? now given out, and they are fast breaking (i?*t ihe rest by " pushing ahead," one to g?t in udtrance of the other. The question is asked n thousand tunes a d tjr? '* Is there a sufficiency of grasH in th?* mountain* o feed fifty thousand head ol cuttle V'uod as often tnsntisfactorily answered. If tliere is grazing sufficient immediately upnri he road, so that emigrants will not be uuder th?? it certify of taking tueir teams ftr from the m un oute into the ravines, they r.'ill probably reach 'nlifomiit as tney anticipated wlten leaving thn states ; but if the opposite is the case, so uiuctk time will be consumed In finding graving and ?o>iiu to und from the roud, tli it they can make but it ?nort distance each day, keeping litem in th" mountains until winter comes on, the only tinny u? tie dreaded, for to those who are caught in ib? Sierra Nevuda wl en snow fails, starvation is inevitable. I do not wish to look upon tli dark, side of th* picture, but the fate of t,,.- emigrants of 'Mi should nt least be heeded, for tin- causes which produced so much misery then, are now not only in existence, but must operute a hundred fold gie.iter. I rlo not intend to witness a scene of cannabalisni >uch lis was in the California mountains in '( >, fur lo avoid it I have thrown away everything but t If w pounds ol clothing and provisions, and atari o-inorrow on pack mules, in cotnjiiny with Major [lenly, ex-.M. C. from Indiana. We intend to g>? hrotigh in forty days. There have been nearly or quite four hun lre.1 lcutlis utnone the emigrants, frotn cholera, sine* caving the Missouri tiver. One company of foireen lost nine. Some messes hive all di? d excei* >ne. I have heard from those who came via. Council Hut)*, that on the north side of the finite there has iren but lew cases of cholera It id aubsiding, ait still there are a great many cases. The Oregon regiment of II. S. A. mounted rileaen, arrived a few days ago, and are encaui|>ed on he south side of I-tiramie river. The Major h*n elected a site for a fort eighty miles up the river. V pott-office was established on the 21st. The VVraihrr ?n<1 the Crop*. Tin (i??rK'to?n (I. C ) O1 trrtrr, of tbe ith innt , hjf :~Mure i- riday l*'t wo bare had the wind at N. iml N. K with light ehowern of ruin and all the indi *ti< nn of an autumnal gal*. The wind moderated 1< aterday, and we now barn the appearance uf fair uthrr. The rice harreat baa Tery generally eouinrnrrd f p to th? la?t day of Auguat iaelu?i*e, not % riff tli'I rould be ?een 1 hoy however ramu with tha M K. aind. and are uow on tha rica Arid* In (warms, lod will do inurb damage to the young rlca. The I llnton (Ala.) WAi?, of the &Uh ult . nayc?W? ant wr?k mrntioaed the fact tbat tha boll and army rrnn wt re rani-lug rrn*l Jcralile injury to the rott"it IWd? Our Information wu derived from two planer* of reppi rtablllty and rxperieace. Mora tb< a. oar nformatlnn 1* of a character to Induce the belief that ha tir?wlr>c crop of this parWh cannot. under the -neat avdrable clieuuiatanoua. yield mora than ona half thw luantlty expected by the planters when they pitaheA .heir rropa. Tbe V lekabnrg (MIm ) Srntinrl, of tha nth ult, aye:?There m no doubt that the genuine cotton warm ia- appeared In th? pari-hea of ('oneordla and Tanaaa, 5elow u?. in l.oiii-lana Whether the vtailatWn la to :_> grneral akd ^nlrui-tlrt, or whether, ?? in IH47. th ? wi iDi will routine them-eWe* to acattered apota on a Tew plantations. doin/ 1 ittla damage tline only ran da* t?rmlne. Tbe cotton planters are threatened witU th* mUfortunei of all paat yean crowded iuto oua year. DasTaTtTiTK Fian ml'HiMvmi, N. V. ? l.att Sunday il^bt all waa <jnletly repoeing la the full confidence of afety and rrenrlty. unt'l about 8 o'el lek <n Monday nort.iog when tbat frightful and alarming cry of flrw aa heard through all part* of tha town, and the IIerr table nf I.. II Han waa discovered to be on Are; ud ao great waa the llama almeat Instantly, that It aore than di Med tha best ohIII of tha arer eager Brei?n. and with tbe beat energy that could be employed. , llj.arH of the Tillage from where tba canal eroae?* Vat* r strmt, at Tbonipson'a hotel, down to HaHwin treet and np Baldwin atraet. Including th* dwelling I Tboa Uuan, were destroyed. Tbt Kagle tavern an 1 II the out liililulnwa liarn abeda \ ? ?luad?l t! . uu> murrd fnr 300 Th*groc*ry ator* of D Shirkl ?..? - 1<?m ^M0, lu*ur*d for MOO. Th* grorary and b?k*ry <1(J W ltua**U Inw n il kgowi bul a'"U; lu-urd. rh? brlok rt"r? aorupl*d by ?> K. fcL W W?tu a, ruuk aad barn**a ahap ?Iom about f 500, do lo?'i net. Tb* brick ator* of II dtlUbar;. in tiUuiivt rori Tj and llijuor <-*tab;l'<ha?nt lua ab<>ut $?.00<i; ij .'00 laaar* d *n Iho (tor*. and $4 000 on lb* govt* n Umirt i lirirk dry good* ator* thl* Iom i? a <t atlmat*d. m Mr Minor* I* now la Now \ ork. but wa md*r?taod waa moatly la*ur*d. I om?dlalt-ly abnrw n< hmJtba Urc*?? and bowllag aalooa ?aaur* l*?. tlao, B*ynt*n i Tow< r'a ?arbl* factory lo? %!><>. lit b* nam* bulldlag ?m tb* barn*aa ahop of B <?ro**r oaa *?l iiuatod at $40 Tb* larg* doubt* ator?b >n?* of I B Htrarg kl ?. routalning ab'?ut tt.OOO worth of n? 1 and fS.000 la tarrohaadla* Iom aot ko>?u ?h,myug Drwt?rm', Srpt 6. L*ii ( nuxmirm a*.- Tb* following I* tb* ivmaary f tb* opinio* of Jiidg* Willard la th? ea** of lliia-n arp?nt*r and JoaapD L. Soew. who war* app dat* t .< ao ( ooinilolonrr? for Saratoga eouaty, but Wt? ?*r* d*nl*d tb* book* and paper* of tb* oflea, oa Ilia [round tbat th* > lie* la a nounty ooa. and tb* apK>lntai*at aot at tba diapotal of to* t>ov*raor aad J*iat* : ? ' Tb* roariu*l"?? at wblab I bar* arrl?rd may b? uiau.'d up aa followa : Hut, tb* offlca of rooiiatxlni>r of loana la a *ouaty nfloc, wlthia th* in-aol ig of retloo j if artlcl* 10 ol tb* pr?**at -moatilution. #? nod, Th* mod* cf appointment of that officer la a** ,r??i(i?.| I r 11, 11,., r ml I( n , u *I?. yt In th* n*i< .otion. a blah dwlarea that aueli aounty otltw) aba I i* alacttd by lb* rlnrtor* of th* r**p*cttr* eouoti??. or ppolnt*d by lb* b^arda of aaparrlaora or oth-r raaaty utborltl** ai tba I*g1*iaiiir* ahall dlr*et. Third, taw kiwi r of appointment by tb* Coraraor an<l Sena'*, ihlrh *ilat*d with r*ap*et to rwtialy offl-ara, an l^r h* lata roa?tttuli >n, la by ntr?mty Implieatt o takna way, aad. ronaa^urntly tb* petit* >o<-r* ah??w an ^mai mi tllla ta lb* <dTtc*,aud th *lr applieatloa ami ha klkl. Tba H.hklll (N. If.) JW vnJmnl, of th* Clh ia?t , aayw - .-Mum m iiriuut an<n'tng ?MtaM->a? lioirnwnutlly by tb? r?**ot pr???l?ne? of that n4 *pld*>?i?. kolrra *f bar* b??r<l of nothing ?o truly h?*rt i*n<ii(Mtk?l?kkkMfiirrr4 l? ib? f?mily of Mr Mthi> I ( unnl?gh*m of ?hl? vlllag*. lb* ptrilnular* ? btrh wo bar* only lat*ly l?*rn>d HI* wlf? ?n flr I :ak*n with tb* u?u?l ayai>u>ai?. aa<l b?ing la a .l*Urat* ??at? of b'altb <ll?d *f'?r a faw boura S??a %Xlmr in Infant child of a f?? ?frl? nli| ?< takan ind tha Mlawtng i*T Ik* ??r?? *l*k*a?d and dl*d m l witnVo i f?w daya t n? t?a <'aly runalnlLg ehlldran ?r k?>l lib th? ?* * and al?" dli-d, wlnU th* fa'.har l? ai* a mbjart of th* ** * HI dwlrnm, though hop** kf? nt< nalrn-d nf hi* r*r.i?*ry Tbu? within Ui* ayae* of vn? fhort w*#? ha* b**n r??i???1 fr*>? th* ?pk??* af trtlr* Itf* *l?i*ta? mtlr* fWmtly a wlf* art th/?a -klldraa. to b* laim-atad by th*lr b*f?*rd.aad Jn*?a h lal* buband and fathar. A*aiT?L *a tn> Wnr Innta H.?ro??a-Tba royal rail ttraairr k*T?m rapt. Vln*-U ?hr*? day* f>??% larana. arrlrrd la l.ow*r H*j Sa* kclagl b* Hi at ' d<a mall and !* WM r* f.w H"ki* Th* quarantine at llaTar* hi mill *af><r**i. V*-**4a Vnwi Wraat Britain ar* pii 4 aaitar tkwrwin^ la M* Hi|U< ?i>f at realm* In q aarai.tln", th* H? ?"? ?*< < *lain# 4 two day* bayood bvr a, polntvd ?l?* t* Havana. It l? Jl; .Icily la t*at oitj Jmrraal, .1*p >. _ W?.*al lRt?lil(*aM. V. "loof of ?ar l'fnbl? aau?4 fr.?? Host Jua* It. foe 'Allforala. W? ha*a pr*?|..arty itaM that tint P. k .4 HIM for tka UnlM* 4 lata* irrariill mt t??tIvMaala. Ho* A C U?4(?, of l??a arr<*?4 la *raafciagt>?a r>a tk,%ih I oat., m rwut* ta fUH fcu fcltif, v*a l? If tag IU a* Brtkriay Wprinft. Va. Tfca Hm Aaaa Laa*, fneawe ly a IlifrMnUUit la ror?rvM. f??ai i??aa*. d)a4 at ki* ra*l4i>a??, la At

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