Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 8, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 8, 1850 Page 1
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TH NO. 5872. TWO WEEKS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. ARRIVAL or Tin STEAMSHIP PHILADELPHIA, WITH AN IMMENSE QUANTITY OF GOLD DUST. THREE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS RBI KITED AT PAJA9IA BY THE OREOOR, AND OVER TWO MILLIONS AT THIS PORT, BY TIIK PIIIL.ADKLPII1A. INTERESTING FROM THE MINE3. The Effect of the Tax on Foreign Gold Diggers. 4rrivcl of a Block of California Gold Rock for the Washington Monument. IMPORTANT FROM NEW GRANADA. Abolition of the Passport System. THE MARKETS, fcc., Arc., (See. The steamship Philadelphia, Capt. Pearson, arrived At l hie pert last night from Chagrea, whence she sailed on the 28lli ult . and Kingston, Jamaica, let inst. She brings two weeks later news from California, reerived by the Oregon at Tanama. Oar advices from San Francisco ore of the 1st ult. We ore under obligations to Captain Pearson and Purser Mitchell, of the Philadelphia, and ta Mr. Ormiston. a passenger. for the latest papers. The Oregon brought down $2 9:28 000 in gold*duaU on freight, and about $700 000 in the hands of tne following pass* tigers :? pacrknvf.k.s from san francisco for panama. ) stvamship Osauoa-kr Mugieia, t O'Connor, M i) ipauldiag. li Ernst, ( I' Pest, J Neull, Jat Creighton. J H West, Vr Turrull and lady and 3 children, J Brown. <1 Faulkner It * llinilr'ckson, j \S Andnhon, f. McCee, T k Carroll, s m J(.r. A M Allemn D Wnlker and lady, Mrs IVrdtn. K M Su.ion. K C W iggins. On' Marks sad son, J P Reynolds. J r Tiu,tnertnan, Jvrte H (Silts, J I'Jackson, F Hughes. Mrs Tmmenrt, F. fn.nh, C Loriuo, Judge Schoolcraft and l?dv. .1 llrs.-tield, M Qnin'ara. o W crafts. Kits Thnmpeon. (lee Orminton and wife, Mr Uertenlin. s J Hon*l?v. J ahepard, A J Zehriskie, Capt Hnrgner, O Orlswold. W F 3..unk. L W liuttadra. F. Br,ad' end. J Johnson, J Bidsell. J II Jsnkins, A Grey. I, Vinaste. T I'tijt, H A Webster, (1 Winston, t'apt W A Kb hnrdsnn. J Kak>r, 8 Chichester, J Miles, Mr Kaobstt e, C 1. Wertser, J Richardson, K Chesshor. J W Dam, J llitks, VI K Mornginnery, Mr Haywood. J W itrsokett. J W Sloan. F Pals K II Cooling, B W rr.s, L H'realiss, V Girculre*. C W Mnroh T Serrans. T ii Vetl.O Had, H li Hart- ' left. I' Burrows. T B Lsoniit, A Larrarn. 0 lir own. P Kinney, ! .A Pmn-y, B F Dillon, K Snaulding. C I- Burns. T Peterson, I i ti einsr, jjf Thomas, o p?>e, i)3 smith, (J 8ir ith, j Push, K Itreher, ii Davidson, w micro. 1, 81 icumh, (I d Cunningham, ! t ? Of dors, tj lie. d r. n h Orlswold. ii i* Woods, t t? ear, ! It j it"as j c llrushva. j Carman. n llrnthoa, p b (latch. p a i*n.?. 1> Rsl.r j t; llalght, w l ey, v Deny. t p. rv j Vasiii 'imn. p Riihtnson, e hlrhards, c Mart|uiar, j llnfT- , man, s p Brnlns. j u (Inadul, w i" llarpar, <1 k Snyder, ii Kiirsh. (1 c Conn, c a ii Patterson. J a Short. m Frailer,, Jtdsr Oshor . ii eddy and t oy. j Eddy. 8 j Smith, f Mcl regnr, w w llitfint. d f. Alverd, k Spirr, u a w Chichester, AOewod, Dr Charaesev, w u-am. w lyoas. c a i Hot gh, w H k we. j Parker. j t Richard. t Lvbohl, j 1.ana-ton, j Wood. u i'allis, tl Lands, .1 Dviford. (, Roberts, t w Don-lie, i'intnir. j /e ar. CUas Miller. S Job-en, j Tnmhell. c MiMni'ry. mr Hirl: man. e Uulohnrd, p f Smith, t w Fwilt. w Pars< r, o Chichester. s chlrhvs er, i" Uays-, t. Slorm, s c Cheney, 8 t Pluraan i. b Knot a a Rjbinsoi, h it Ca'eeie, j a Laitrt, j c Smith, w ii Eonaett, t n -Vitus j Bnrklry. c h llale. k Lidan. j due . m ii .rris, c a h 'ha.d-on c Vincent, t! Martin. u w Stout, II o Fr?u?h, m Urea r. 1 i. w lis-n. w Ptesestt. j ii p ws.tbrook, 8 jp ortlefl. m Lynch, e Watt. ts Howard, z Clements, ii JS.Keya, j liiihitt. II R H llanJ, B li Dnrrell, P Dinnrlly, < tl Com ..lock, t Miller. t Galbraitb, j Calvyn. ii c.ok, j w sksw, w a Ktehnrdson, Mr M>nre, j He'l. Mr r-in ningt' n, H'c Willis, !> Ilsningsr, j q A'ltm.i, t Usntni, j oill spic, w Lansoiaai, A ilarkart, L llacltart, c rail, j Xrkland. Of this immense amount of gold, oyer on Ireight, and $.rilMIUf)0 in the following passengers, hands rama in the Philadelphia: ? I A vsKNORIts PER 41'EAMKR Plilf.ATyRI.Pll I A. Pri m Chacres?j w aliavt. j?? m Calvvn. r ii Sintsn v "V * ' H I K? *o. J K W-st. .V M ( . r'l UJy. Hjol, Fanlkaor. Jolm Bilw.ll. Al?* J" Sal.or. San J ran. loco; G I* I'oot, low* W II ' ?"<???. O ? Hall. Califarala; J Tarrill. 1.4/ aol I "a .Inldr n, Mimioich loUn.U; C Maal, t'arihaieoa: Mr , uVU- *?" d 1 C Trautwiao, PhiU lal, 1 ?. II II llroak to I lily. rialoAcli. NJ W II *l*tor u t Morula. I'ftiium** V? R Cr.imk J \* Boll. I'Haa; W.n ; "Oar Win Whltaoy, Il-Itf> J H Jcnkino. Alabama; T II I. rikli.o. A G Oo-iy, >? Orloaao; a B Wmai.lo, llholo Ii ?*<* MKO'l.. uo?r. Vr CutMl. lodr aa-l ?.a. N W rut?, ' ?rkil??ca, J .tan L Itapbcar, J W Aado'.na. Win .i<iraa. I hao l?k?oid, I. aloflfia. Jokn l.nokaocii anil *on. I. llor ,ord. John NeGarty. .% ? York; TTi nti Crir. lady, lire# nilaron oil Gh.l<; Mr Wllkla ?n<t*tody, J .-in I';. <n. a .rratnoni* City: Jnojili Oltor. Kane,. DM l>.o?n. I'nr'aao* ?b: Van Clotlial, J Lor*. i baa Ihmiii. H II I'tJ.cr.* CI fu?(- .1. C Icartwa: Jacob II r. lihut. tin..; * KM* Ittfu, ;ii 4ti 0 W UiJat N'owbnryp >rt; Jot Vat "rnr, l'lilthrr*: J * Wrlah. Lowell; \ '>? ("'d. M li-to; T a Adorno. Vjrylma: I. turn I* Komminztoo, Ctran: t' I <J eoao.* Bttland. Frank l braey, Maarht.tor, t W Swift, Ni ? llodford. Yiinn l?.?,: ?. n J V Form ..?. R-> C W Win iklar inl ? ' r? N' C l^fSaa *? I ?<ljr. Ml" Kim., Jy. K Uuw, II Crow*. IV A Fitlty, Sum I Ororrowa-il. Tba fullowio^ U tba freight tint of the IMiilaiel)iUt ? MAVtrUT or KTEAMKU l*HW.AI?Kl.raiA. rue new ra?. P At.irrUcn h Co $ !,'?' Char. Kin* fc Ca... . MM G. M L>.?tot>?on ,'i,(MI t. Ylaraiirn JI.*iJ J. I ?.. u?.rt fe t U , . 2ii..a<0 h roc. 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(lalitoraU alalia ara an koard tha akaamakia '.-mtla .hloh l-f? .>?r? twnHty ftm h>ur# Wor< thr Phll.dMphia lor No. To,k k.,.a. .h*. ah. ?M 4* t tk" 'alaoa front Nam Orkaaaa Aataa? tba paaaanyora kr iha Pklladalpkla l? Ja4fa f <11 lo*M J-r.il. A At.#.. , .. lt a IJoiaatU, wha roteri.t with bit Nail/ aftor a flra /aart ntiVao" lb?K Al*i. Jobs L tupb. ii. ttlkit af InnMaattoi Trawl la Oantral Aa^rlaa." tt? Tlaa frraMaat o4 tba Panaaa Railroad lltapti/ Mr loft Bogota aa th* 5th of Jam*, baring na4a a caaaMnabia lart; thi-tra fat tbr parpaaa at E NE1 t' V. , ?, forwarding the intercut* of the Company of which h# | tli? variolic washing* anil tbnt lb<T? promt*"* lo be no immediate ebaleineul of th? tl<- nl Many who Joined , th? early l uah of the spring are dropping in" upon heir city frieud*. to tarry a Uriel kin', ''"("of metropolitan HUN, kDd lot tlty both inin 1 nuil bssdy for the | mason ol drudgery in the digging*. to which they , must cme at Wrt. OUten nru -'holdiug over," , in our midst, delaying their departure until account* shall represent lite rireri throughout the \ ( mine* tailing 'Urene u.inure" arc ui d?ut and j , ambition* to ravish the rinri of tlu-ir golden ! ? wealth in won a* they arrive in the country Ait | general thing, dally departure* from tbi* place for the | corlheru or southsru planer, aie of thia cla.-s aud we , do not hear of an arrival hut to leatn of hU ijeoiilinatiou witii rouie projert which will i ill hint torthwilh into the wine*, tiled to eacapo the confine* of *bip- i ? heard, they know no Uinit lo their iruuduia but tbe 1 j tie*lie, majestic height* of Sierra .Nevada, bnuudiug f the pins'- r IMtket tMy ( , Mflt t.? dig. Impellent ! , to do pennnee lor a Ki?eu ol uuprn&lablr ease, but > most ot all. ulan aooue s-t to aulfer lb j gulden charm 1. which allurtd thitu hither to b< como dive-ivd of it* . real wortli. lo gtow d* pondeot. dulieari: n"d ot pro*. ( I i. and untitled tor lite or labor n> the d'lr-gmg* I Those ? ho arc alr< ad/ upon the gr suud uud prepared , fer operation* in (lie I'laoer, eoufe** to have grown mi- . patient at the pndraeted high stage *| water, huJ to , entertain no d< cidt-d hope* of a eh.i uge fir ths better j , ivob lor a fortnight to cow. Good hiaUh la miiiilh , ed. and thio. together alth muiple proviai >u tor comfort in ilii ir rude quarter*, permit*, during the true* p-tid log * Is < unliable lo, ling lo klrenglhen. a. the dav* I wear <D, and turner* lent upou their digging l.hpU- I meets iiqwalting for the " g'*-d tint'" whin j all are -nn- I gitiii* In heiieviug approaching /'ioiperfng doea not appear to engage the attention it m Wont lo do a t-w lie utha niiice l!i tier naiUtlrd are our luuu-r* to bare their pro-.pi ct* upon a alow nnrtaiaty than tru*t their lilN and fortune* to a rhanee hit and hasty stiorew*. Tbi* ia reeelredln i lie wuil tried and true -.pint of safe IfciniLg epilation* Much valuable liua- aa* , heen lo*t. Li alth aacriflc-d aad proap.-nta ruined, by ill-oot>reived and ?ni? performed evploration* Th* Inexperienced luiier i* too frequently the victim of i thiara.b unreflertl jt deaire to rang* the river, along, 1 the mountain* through in od-at of n -w washing*. and nine time* out of ten his nope* a-! pro-pnet*in th# digging* are blasted thereby. | i n ti e subject of the mine*. w? ' find the following article inlhe I'/mer '/'?? ?, ofVriJay l?>t It afford* a glimpae at the e mdition ot alf*ir?. which we of the coast world am not permitted to t ike. and probably i inbodii* th* latent new* from the digging*. j We ham received neveriU letter*, of late, from friend* ai.d correspondent* in dilbrent quarts r?. h-eldei postiiurstive* from the oonver?ation< of eooi -r* In I generally Only hi cause it i* the truth dse>* It give U* any pleasure to any. thut the grsal majority of nitm r- nave been a long while iiu.ibie to do uujrlhiug more than watch their claim*, and patieutiy abide the fall of the river*, when, w# truly hope, they will be reward! d for ths ir longdslay* The l. mporaiy dulue*a In aur market* ie eaaily aorounted for The (tore- [ k?-c{ i rt hat a to truat largt ly In their butlneita and will ' n?t I** refunded until the d;in#t improve There ran- ' not ba therefore. the uuantny of nviuey In circulation ' that would otherwlee ft.>w through cbanueli of trade 1 wllh tfco mlnra fortunately for thoee who ooiu* our J way. there arc a gnat many building! and public I in- | proti menu going on here. t > giro reuiiinaralleo ein- j 1 ploymtntto IhiiM who wi?h it. It 1? by no nieaui , 1 a<l? liable to pueli on baallly Into tba dialing* at thla ' tint" Many of tb'-ro who go there now l?<o'<ma dla- 1 aall-fli d aad wa?ta a d> al of tloi* and uionry In n*o| >aa ' roanilng about, ultimate ly etrlklag f >r aoma Impraotirahia m>?'W ul mrrgi d loaulltlei. or taking tba grand ' tour to tba Trinity-whereat they had much better lay by and blda th> Ir t Ina Tha anmnd la liiu a ' young friend at tba Monk fork ' I i Sratrroaa B?a. May It. lHjO. I According to promt**. I writa y<>u from my pr?oil ' ] location wtnok la wn tba IMrafford Mar. ao called on aa- , count of being anally occupied by a party who nana , Va thia country on hoard the bark htraltnrd. , Tba proa pari on tha rirar lor mining la. at thla time, very dull, tba wal< r being higher than at aey tlma alnca January. The weather lor the pe*t ten day* bar j bran agaaaalrrly bat thermometer IVd degree* m the i a bad a on Thuraday AU that I* or nan ba dona horw for aoma tlma to coma la by working top drrt. lor tha ( water praaanta -li king b?|ra ta any ad rentage Si ?*ral anmpanw* ml nil turning tbo rlror In thla rlamilr aa aonn a* prnatlrabla, and aama of tham will no dwubt dn well Thar* la a bar b< law wbara a party f men took out aaran dollara thla murnlgg In ala pana of Jut Tha clalma aro of aouraw ail eeciirad Moat of tba man on thia bar ara doing Uttla or notblr g. but ?ipact ta da wall aa toon aa tba water will nUww It la two lark la rrt lhallsaa, and three It nod a light camp Planar rut and prune tbla to anil your rwwa. | Would bare made it batur bad I kuown of tba ebaaaw ta aand naoiw Tba kirefird Her U aaran mllea ab?va Kellay'a by tba rlrar, three by tba bllla, and oppweJIo tha Mlaaourl ? _ STOOirOR ' 7 ** I TT' I Tbe flr?t digging* vhlah I rlaitad ng mp ran* at trig, ? ? ?>? bulwraa Uawkint' mi J I r um Hera. on lb* Taolvaion Wrr.rf nllp apoaklag. but IIMI* la th* VIf of digging g"|,j baa booa araoMpllrhad *ie?? loot fall, , along >k? bonk* of thla rfr?r TSa gold li-a on Jar wotnr. la ibe bad of iho rlrnr and thooe vk? he** bona raahlod to aiaka a living, 'taring thv viator, have *oti*id*n>d thrmaalvna wv|| off Com pan l*a bar# born organlavii along tha whalo aglaal of Iba rlvat, end al rratp available polat It will 1 ba daaimad a ail turnad, fur tbo purpn*# of gattlag oat ; tba gold wblrh la kaown to lla In tba h~4 Tba work , of ratting aaoaia and raraa baa bum going on for tba 1 laut all aiontba IamruM dttoh** bara ???o dag aad : attaaaira bad* of rorb bara baua hlaatad nwap during tba will tar i a iMinwiM numl-ur of man nap And uarplu)mrnt. at good wag**, oat hi* rirvr vhaa tba i vator fall*, la Angual Tboaa wba hlra al M ; pur dap. will probebip do bailor la tba aad tbaa If , tbrp w>ttad at, thvlr own naaount. aa tba boat pianaa i wr all rlalBtrd. aad kho rlrar botton b?fog rlob tb-p will In manp ** ?# ba anablad to aaoura good looatloa* for tkr following aravona Tba nrat digging* I rlaltrd wvra tboaa of IToodv', JaMi-vtown. Bai ora, Anllivau'a. and Can!*'# Woodr* ' abd Jamortnwn wvra paili.illp d*#?rlnd. oa amount of avw digging* b>and at a plana now rallvd Columbia, , tbrra mllaa fVoai tba tewa of beam* Tbltbar both tra<iir? and dlggnr* had gano la largo aua- [ l-ata frowi tba *urrouadlag ntllwivgli Al tba loat i araoaata, tbi-rn vara twa tboaaand paranna al (Jo- I Inmlda havnrol largo fTaiaa bnnvuo had baaa ( added aad tnwa lata wvra ralliag at good prlaaa gaawra la n> nrlp aa largo av (t o* tan and far ah**4 of ft for gold, gala, m<i*l<-, gambling, *pr~lug. ba It'a a fnat plana and aa aalora*a Ivrrp Snadap tbira la altb> r a bora# raou or o ball bait, aad nap uvgilar of flgbt* and row* Naob a madap nollaollaa , of Miairaga, I'bUati, frraabaam, Chknaao, Java, 1 la in oinoer lie im procured from tbe Uomgraaa ?( New Grenada important modlflcationa of the eonlmet tor building a railroad acroaa tba lathmua. among I which la tba exeluaive privilege of eene treating a I plank or waggon road for tamporarjr purpoaaa until the completion of the railroad. On receipt of intelligence that paaaporte were ra- j quired of peraona croaeing tha lathmua, Br. Vaota, oar j 1 barge dea Affaire# at Bogota. Immediately remooatreted to the government, and tha Congreaa, then in aaa> ?ion, at once paaoed a law abollahing tba neoeeaity. Theae paeeporta were only required in eomplianoe with ' an old law, which from general neglect had beoome a I dead letter, but which waa revived hv mm,, unmvlnel. I pled perrons, (or selfish and private purposes. The steamship Borah band*, Thompson wae about 00 miles below Monterey, on hor passage up, taking in ?eal A number ot her passengers left her and proceeded up to Ban Prasrlsco by land; thoae that remained on board of her were all in good health The steamers New World and Isthmus sailed fer I'anama on the 22d of Juae. both full ot passengers. 1 be steamship Oregon, on her passage down, met the atiam-bip I'anama, on 21st June, 150 miles below Acapulco, bonnd to San Francisco. The British steamship from Valparaiso arrived at Panama on 86th June, with a large amount of spools Prom Chsgrt*. there Is no new feature la the Intelligence The accounts of the itate of that plaoo, j which have before appeared In this paper, are mainly corroborated. The American barkJLucy KUen, of Roaton, eapslxed, on her passage from Chagres to drey T.'.wn. The crew and passengers were saved by the Royal Mail Company's steamer Dee, and transferred at Chagres to tbe Philadelphia. There were very few passengers on the Isthmus^ The river was low Mr. Cox. eon of tbe Rev. Dr Cox, was lying aiok at Bod Quentini, Mexico, on the 26th of May. A collision, which resulted in loss of life, took plane between somo Americans and natires at Chagres, a short time pi evious to the sailing of the Philadelphia It originated by two Americans striking somo natives, who upset them in a oauoe. lllows were reaarted to, and afterward* fire-arms; the belligerents shooting at each other aoroa* the river. Tha matter was finally Settled by the Alcalde and the American Consul. Ouc native was killed, and two or threw others seriously wounded. Tha British ship of war Inconstant was at Maiatlaa, 11> sail on tbe 2Vlh ult., for KngUnd. The Braailian alavrr, lately raptured and taken tntc Kingston, has been condemned, and is about being broken up. Jitter rat lug from the Mine*. Rumors of luck" are rife in our community, but j aubentiraled reports of prosperoos labor in the Dig- , gings have been lower within tbe prosenl month than at any period since mid-winter. While with eveiy departure from this city huudrods embark to try their , fortunes iu the mines, the teal of tbe i-prlug emigration , Is sensibly diminished. aow that it Is generally under- , Mood th? rivers are so swoilen as to interrupt work at i I n the evening, the Sheriff Mr Work. *?.? accosted by i Mexican, who asked him it lit- ?o not mi ofti 'nr. or he i flieei who intended i enforce the payment of Out ieenaa. On replying that h? waa. tbe .Mexican made m atti mpt to ni?l> hi in when h person atan.iiug by, i?t ed Claik. with it (.Ingle stroke ol n bowie knife, oarly o mm bin to ad fn In bin bedy Thirty nrncd luierieaa* moo arrived from Mormon i.ulcti. and tbe i hole American population were on tho alert all uight. At lant accounts tborc ware two or three hundred .m.rioaiin nt bonora. under orma, and other* wore luurly arriving On Monday the earitem nt bad on.ew hat tlalod liundr. ds of the Mexican* and loleaii* were packing up eud having tor Mocklon I any of ib< ni dinclainiod having iiad any intuution of ei.oiling to arm*. and all were evoluutiy more or lose 'r'gl.toni d tit the aepict of affairs. It appear* that .he Mexicans who took part in the di-turhanee were don by tome hot-ht adt d f runohman. lately arrived rem Trance cf the red republican order They lound. rowevir, that lb" majority of tho Spaniard* were not I'rposed to join thein. uud it ii supposed that the iliolc affair will blow over, w illmut any very serious lonveqner.cea The affair will probably bo a stivere low to businosa. for the present in bonora Itvmi. Sunday. May 19. HV) A a I ai.l iclp*t< d. the advent of tba Tax Collector rah the ?l|b>l for trouble and alarm Little, it any 'irilttneiit v n* displayed In town until this morning, ton report* reached u*that large bod it a of Mexican*, billana and frenchmen were assembled oulelde the . own. holding meeting* and ronnilt'ng on irnamte vhde tbi pj t> ent ol > be impo-ltl >u of j'ju per month io notfc# ?o taken of ihere demnnstr itlona. for the itiiena of thia place have ao uniformly treated tor- I ignrra well, that wo iWtM hardly utertaln any f. ?ra r the peace of the town J About nooti. two deputation* rntno in from ihe as- I niblic* to rev tbe authorities and xaeurtain it any iclion i.| the ftovernor caul I arreat the rnuMlinmxtiun I the n ntemplated taxation ; nr at leaat. to have it xplain* d to them and tbe jnstlce of It shown to them ihiy asavrttd that it wae Inipwaeibie that aneh an mount could be paid . that tiny Would willingly pay < ur or five dollare fe r month but that it wouln be out I <f tbe power of more tnau half of the miner* to pay be euui cunti Ii.plaied. a grvat many diggi re baldly lotting moie gold thati ai.Ol. ed for a lit* re livelihood billing the dl-ru?ntnn ail American, whe wished to [et out of the crowd, logiin elbowing i.l* way bom tile dace where he Hood, when a Mexican or Chlliau In ront ol him Arew a platol In a moment a do/en rernh ere ware out. and a pricipitnto retreat was made by he forwlgnoi* No ahot w?? Urvd. but the Mexican* ai r* alai me d. and the town was cleared in live mini lea (fur peace now aevuied threatened by about illOluen out aide and no inovadilrral l> alarm vraa rented In town. The cltiicn* ariaod theinawlvev ai d X|rewae( were aeut fo Mormon Creek and AulIvau't lugging*. frour whi.-h pgaoea alxiat five hundred a. U armed A uo i icaoa arrived and man hvd through , he itrewta with guua and r>H?? on their shoulder*. I Ihe dvmonaliation waa sufficient, the crowd* In the . riclnity eoon dispersed and fillet waa restored. The lily thing to b? tear, d 1a the miagtilded te.ii of our J >w n oltiw na, who, allbeugh generally sympathising I with the dieaontent oocaalonvd by Ihe unjuat tax, are nr? na> d tliat ?ho l?i>i(iu< r? *h?u!d prim m" to t*ka I ;h>< lnw into tVtr owU innji m l not bo willing | ,o allow tho If lir t I IMt wh?i it ir A t?rj rortoua ((Trap took plant thla uftarnonn. Id . ablrh Matlraa ? aarhmalp wonndod A man war 1 uottcad parad ap tha at root with two or thro# pi?t<>l? mil a kliita Id hta to-lt; tho man vu intnaloataj and Lh* aharllt arri?to| him or ratb?r took bi* armi from bim W l>Ha In tha Dot. a Motloan ramo tip b< bmd Hid Diado a atah Dt th* fHoor with D larga knifa Tha murdrrowa Inlont waa IruatratorJ bp a bpatandar, ?ht a it k a bowl* kalfa (truck tb? man wo mdinf him an rarolp Mr Work, tba *h"?iff, wan hnppllp untnnohod. | Tbia atato of affaire If allnwog to la?t will rnln tha j prraporitr ot tka wbnU ??>aihrrn minaa and ponr own town ?l Alack ton will ba tha Aral ta anffar iboarbp Mannar, Map 2D ? A guard waa krpt up all laat ulgbti but ar. retting waa jalit and aa I aa d paat-rlar, I bailor a I bo daugar. If aap waa ta ba apprrhaa Jad nag paaaad awap. Rut tha rgritabla fooling* of th-huatir da of " t rl-ar now nadar arma had to iadulgrd, lat hearing that a ramp maatlp com poard of f iroign- ! i rra aliuatid about aarun ro'.laa fram Bonora bad mountad Mriloan. Chilian and Drench flag a. (ahat truth tbara la In tba lapart I know nat) tbap bar# atart-dntil tkw morning ta arrnga tba laault and ahaatiaa tba tamarltpoftbo graaaara' and antal.lara t alnaarolp trnit tbira wul ba gaad nana# rnatigb In tha partp ta rofraln flam wanton aggraaalon Tha forolgnora ara anting madrr rtmng aialUmant, prarniliog from thla auddau aad unnp utad anil for a haarp tai Daw, If aap of Ihrm bara braid tha r oilaator* nam - aad ara not aaarowboara aulborlaod to wllart tba tat Tbap ar mplaln. and moat Jaatlp ta op thinking, that tbap bar# aarar rarairad tba alightart Iniimntioa to praI.u>. th. m for tbia aallon on tha Dart of tba iiiiiri mrnt. before nil inknuwt to them. with anapp?r?et authority r ?i - i ??<>? at f twenty dollar* fat the prlrll) go of working one month in the mln?? Tho on-' , I nee I* aa indrrloina anJ n repngeeaee, mtngird with olronaly Inaenaed feel I ago tewerd* tho I 4 powera that bo 4 What will bo tho raoull. to p-rhepo difltulllo ia;. bat tho mmmorrlal Intorooto of tha acantry la tho meantime mital ouffer eererrly A tut reopewtabie portion tf tha foreign pen trie tloa at M?wore hold a meeting on Hat or day la order to mem or tali oo tha Ooeertwr on tho eutyeot of *ba tai I hare translated a portion of thlo aiomoriol, to shew the m< d?raiion of three ptoplo Alter otallag their annotation that It (tha tat) will deotrny ail their Intorooto along with the onmmorolal Inter-oto of tho l*outh<rn mlaee, oaaoing aa many tbou*an<ie to loato tbroi. thoy on an. 44 Without Aooktlag far a moment tha pa ear af ?ho preoaal goroiawooi to matt a d.ltoooaoo hateeea A uteri, oo rliiMM oaO thereof oihor oooatrlaa.,wa hewMy ilroo fo'r li-elloaoy'o aiioo'loa to tho foot, that it i? at ogether oootrar* to tho laoiilotioao of tho froo KepeWio of iho United Staloa. to tatko oarh a dtfToreaoe ao ooi onto ia reality to a prehltilioa of laker ttlihool eeoueiiag aay taae other hoa Mat of tha d< epoot re-peeI for the gerorowoat nador wi.leh oa llto a*0 ore protected, oo hog hawhly to tooeeei top in h i.el leery thai a lorgeo Vote income Co a Id ha raU-d, oo4 iho .loo. el.h.-nt eaoolag tha eUghaoat fioaatieraotioa, ' the Impoal'toa of fear ar Art dollar* poo month, laaiaad of He large naif t? aty." ,! am entry ho ha obliged to oay that tha Meilraw hurl >ooi> rday baa olaoo died. Ila baa paid tha penally of hlo attempt at rtitna <>?r for-Iga wnrhiag popado.rina Iw thlo manly te ea< I bio led ot ton thoaaaaa. a >4 tho oa lima to la, I aaonro ten, from what ettirrlewc* | Kara, net egaggeradt-d. oa[ pricing twenty holler , por month ta ha ooUoatad fT'm eeeh ana ai lhaaa. ? bare aa Inoama tram pahMa !aa|g planed at l><e prirata Maya**1 ,f ? tia*a aa ff JO MORNING EDITION?M( Janalhan* raddle*. and Sawnlea. I had never ???n together before In California. There ara aoiaa goad bounce and heavy trading eatalilixhmeut* in Snaora. It 1* In the aentre of an eitendve mining region ?a winter depot of pro* aiona? a plaaa of rooraation for the people of the surrounding MtHmnmU, and the head-quartere of U?n Mexican* from the province of Sonora liere the Mexican* and Chilian*, who had , been driven from other aettlement*. have alwaya worked uumole*t?d. Souora U deetined to be the next tonn to Stockton, of importance, in the San Joaquin valley In every point of tho roinpa**. tor a dial*nee of twmty to thirty mile* from Honora, gold i? found iu the gule.he* which abound in this hilly region Within the In ft two month* dlncoverie* of rieh placer* have been made In the plain*, and even on 1 the hill aide* At Columbia Home of the richeat hole* are twenty thirtv. and even flftv feet deep I have 1 heard a funny mining atory. which I mu*t relate here. A Mexican had dug a hole which wa? considered rich. An Ameiiran worked bard for aever.il day*, in kinking < a bole a few yard* distant When he had got down < about thirty feet, he ?*m* to the Mexican who waa < etretchvd at full length at the bottom. with a c indie ' In one hand and a pick in the other! He had been < undermined The Meiioau had got abend of him and 1 filched out all the big lumps. This specie* of burrowug i? called eayolaing. i nr ciun timm imi oiori oi ((vmni) [From thf Alt* California. J un?l.J I Our readers. wf have re%<on to believe. are not generally apprised of the interesting fact that a blood of j t'alilorina gold bearing quarts has been /.'ocured. at the expir.se of the Stall*, to be contributed ill ths creation of the proposed monument to the memory of Washington, at the Heat of our general gov*rntu**nt | The work contemplated will be a flttiug aaJ proud ; testimonial rf American reverence for the illustrious name of our great Washington, while it will reflect In ! coming age*, lustre upon the genius ol his people, aa the grandest and noblest monumental triumph of American geniua. Kaoh ol the States of the TTnion are to be represented in the material composing this structure, by a I block of stone from their native hill*, and it is for this purpose that the piece of quart? store mentioned has been hewn from the sterile steeps of our owu Sierra | Nevada and agents appointed to attend the same, by tbo at rani r of Hatsrday next, to the United States, there to be delivered to the Washington Monument Society, to be placed In the structure when commenced. In the namr of California. This block of gold-bearing quarts is from the Mariposa diggings near Fremont s mines and weighs about 1 la pounds. In shape It la irregular, approaching a square its sides varying from eighteen to twenty inches in length It averages In thickness nioo inches ? across its surface diagonally It Is twenty one incb-n by measurement. Very little gold is perceptible to the naked eye. but it U estimate d to contain about eighty dollars' worth Uov burnt tt has invested our estimable fellow-nitisens Hon Ju<> llidwell and Judge II A Schoolcraft, with authority to attend persouslly to the traiiHniislion of this block of quarts t* the States, and tbey have in the Oregon, this da*r. to place this olleriag of Oallforniaii wealth and patriotism by the sides of those from her sister States. Tlie Tax on Foreign llolil Diggers. SiocKtov, May "ii 1V>0. 1 must bow Intorm you that at this moment there Is quite an eacitemeut here, iu com*equeur? of reports received last evening from Sonora I will give you the news In a reliable torm A number of foreigners, si Sonora. having ri fun d to comply with the requisition of the "Act for the government of foreign miner*.'' a time wag fixed upon by the collector of 11*ei,ke to summon a posse of American eitixena. to prerent them forcibly if necessary. from continuing mining Operations The time tixed upon. I believe was last Monday. Ou Sunday there was quite an excllencut among the foreigners Uun< and ammuintion a* re purchased by them at one of the stores, and they linraui d the streets armed and using threatening l*n[U?g# The sale of tlrrarin* wn prohibited by the iulhoritles and couriers were despatched to the surounding settlements for reinforcement* of Americans R K H )NDAT, JULY 8, 1850. territory, of $200 000 per month, or nearly two million* and linlt per annum, from one county alone It U not to be woudered If nrlt- 8am ehould deem thin a little too largo a bite for our Hate to indulge In Again. the eollector. I underetand ha* a oomm e?iou of $5 on each license ThU I* a monthly income of (.10 000. or an onnun I income of (1100 000 Uncle dam might objeot to the public money being disposed of no very Mumraartly TliIk nimple statement of faot*i* conclude* proof of the recklcafneee of our legislators, aud is another of the man j reasons wny ?( snouiu pros* an immediate union with the parent country. Tho party of Aiuerioans who wi-ot out thin morning

baa returned. They mot no opposition; ererythiag *M quiet, and I hope will remain an. Upwarda of Ore hundred Sonorian* hare left, it in supposed for home A frenchman, it ia aald. haa been apprehended for inciting the foreigner* to rebel; he ia now in custody. Soaoaa, Nay 22. 1H40 All U quiet. A large body of frenchmen, under irma encamped near the town yesterday and met in t deputation. Tin y had received word from men badly lirposed, that the Krenoh iuhabitant* were in danger of their Hrea. and they armed tbetnaelve* to assist tliuir jountrymen Upon discovering the falsity of tha report, they peaceably dispersed The GLla Kin titration. [from the Alta California, June 1.] The newr from the Oila and Colorado rivers, reoonty received. i* very glootny and distressing and rejulres the immediate action of the military departHunt of the country tor the adoption ot measure* ahich shall relieve the emigrants now rn raul*, from the barbaritiea which there ia too little reason to doubt they will experience from the numerous eavago tribe* ahich now infest their path tVe have heretotore pub bhad accounts of the depredations committed by the t pitches in the Apach.na" upon emigrnutson the Klo landeand Oila rivers, via K1 I'a.-oacd Chihuahua and it ill more recently upon tho Colorado, by the Tumas ttid other savage aud warlike tribe* who inhabit that lection of the country, in vicinity ot the junction of ibe Oila with the Coloi ado of the West dome time >ince we gave a sketch of these tribes, our lnormation being obtained from personal knowledge, as veil as information from third parties When the migration ot a year ago first took plaoe. and the early parlies commenced crossing, but very little difficulty was experienced from them, lave from their thieving pr( penalties, which unhorsed many emigrants, aud ii a used them much suffering upon the burning sands ?f the Colorado of the West dome lew persons were reported to have been murdered, but no auth'>n tic information was derivable, as parlies all hurried on as speedily us possible. The character of Ihe Indiana, however, was evidently warlike, hostile aud treachv roils; and tln-ir stalwart form 4 jaro proof of tin ir prowess on the war path and the trouble th* y would give. if tlwy atrrng their bows and wielded their tomahawk*. Kroin that time to the present, tin y have been augmenting in numbers, and growing more and mere troubhsomc and have only in < n awed by band* "f emigrants who bare arrived in largebodits. I nlikethe friendly I'imoj and Marieopas, I hey understand the value of money, aud ot late have I been m arly a* open to "trade" as the sharpest Connecticut pedlar Their savage ahrewdneaa, too, baa taught tie m the superiority of tire arms, and they bave, with their naiural cunning obtained a considerable number ot piatola and gun* from the various parties alio have creased, for swimming their 1.annuls cross the wild and whirling waters of the formidable C< loinOo, acting as guiles, and other kindred services The emigiation has been so large aud so continuous by this route, that some enterprising citisen* estahiisbed a ferry sad trading post m ar the junction of Ihe rivers we have mentioned The massacre of a portion of this partw was mentioned in our paper a lew days since, and ia fully corroborated by subsequent advices A large parly passed a few days aftersard one of whom waited upon u* ta confirm the parirulara we had already given hince that time, we have Lieu appri.o d of the tact that a company of eiuigrauta, Lumbering nearly one hundred, inning whom are averal famiiiia <-< mpristng wonieu and children, are ?n the road, baring started in the month of February art, we believe. from Ki I'aso Hut little doubt cau low be nt ertained but they will be harrasaed and subeeted to rourtant ainliiiscades and attacks, or gem-rally ua-vacred, ha the Indian ferce is estimated nt nearly Ive thousand Destitute of a know ledge of thecouury and iiDac<|iiaint> d with the character ot the foe | bey will be coinpellr ! to meet, their chance of escape ill he small tv hi n last hi ard from, the body to which le ail 11 tie Wire St the l'imor( village, where they would inuoubtedty be apprised of the daug- rs in their fount It Ide to conipri henil fully the extent ? f thins and dlest them-eilvea of the anslety wtdeh all e*peri?nee n iw*/r for California*, to push ? > ai the utmost speed II U< f csn be r< tit to them 'V-are no al.iriniata. aud In not oesl-vto rxrlte apprr heusioa* uulound-dly, or .waken unnecessarily the sjmpatbb ot the comoauilly, but our own k nowledge ol the ditugi rs to be spin In Ld< d. 1< ads us to express our vi-w? upon the ebjrrl. ft e believe thai a representation has already wen made to ?1> rural Hiley, ad trust that he ill <1es pat oh orders by the steamer of the first itoxioio for the immediate di pariure of tlie dragoons iow italiunej at the Mission of Situ I.ills ilay, near Inn Diego, who could lw dirpatchirt in a tea days Willi 1 sufficient niiti.her of wwv-?n? tor subsistence 1111 Diaiate aetion is ueres/arv to be 01 the least service, Hid meet the exigencies ot the <a e The po set.ee if enn a 1 nn.ll tailed States lore-, would he alt hat is ui eesaary it will he absolutely necessnrv, lowever. t? establish a unlilarr post at the Colorado. r? | n t*rt th ? linri>?nri?tii?D. *n<! w#? noon to hmr I lint ecniu actiuii lie* b*. n taken fur tlii< purport* Sari Biiii nti) I ntr 11 lye ?u-e. [From the Sacramento Trnnsrr.pt May 25 J We hn?e been informed hy ? ln(li?l<ln?l who war itHDi. ot a rirrumalanrr that occurred a oiihti im-e, In one ot the saloon* ?t our city, w bleb, I not xag)i* rated an* a* ontriigrou* as ?>|l nil *?.i old blooded Art the lire* of our citiaeuato l*r Jt n. laidiked with impunity ? A t- Individual* lo he alowed to aim at their man and ahnnt I* tn d >wn In publa. without a r were. an unmtetxkealile expri selon ol he lud.guutli n nt cur riilsi u* * lhe ci<ennistanco was ainiply this A Chilian *M ! netting at mow'* and a di-puia ato>o between lilin ind a man hj the name ot Win. Ilurdett. about come >altry Mini tf money at iaxue. After a woiil or two, i Jurdett drew a pistol upon the Chilian who tied with ' liudet t alter Ulni. Uf rout***. the crowd nave way bo. 'ore a riveperate man with a !>>aded pl*lol in lila hand. I'be Chilian meanwhile, rnn tor refuge In the bar, henrd whirh he endeavor* d to acreeii biuiarlf; wherelpop Hurd' tt, dellb< rat* 1/leaning orri the bar. e,.me l he pletol and drew th? trigger The plxtul. however, n*rely snapped llurdett rocked it again fired, aud be hall twd effect in the (techy part ot the ttii|(h Thl* i? one "f the nonet high-handed outrage* that J or city ha* wllneaaed for mitjio time After a whlla he man *i* arrested. If the facta of the ca*e arc aa .hey w* re stall *1 toua wctiuat that a prompt exaa>le will lie made of the ca?w There were many cxprecalun* of Indignation at the Ime. but the crowd were overawed Hon miner wa? narly enough to *ey, ' Tlinl ho didn't know a* they illowid eurb thing* In Sacramento. but if thai fellow aa in the uiinea. be would be atrung up right eudIcn " TH* 1*1 hi an niTVUHANrKk. Captain C. C. Catlalt. on bla way up the rlrar yi aterlay fn Ui down he|uw, elated, whlla the steamer waa , Irtalned at cur landing, that a liantenant of dragoone ad just r* > am* *1 t? Henema. bringing report* of two ngag-onnl* between the Indian* and our Iron pa It ippiara that a company of Infantry and another of Irago* pa, bad Ml flonoma and ore rl?kan and fought be Indian* nt Clear I.akc and again on Huaalaa llivar, rwo ol tha troopa wera badly wounded mid from ltd ;o JC.0 Indian* hilled We wee* not present wban Onp ala Cntlatl gate tble Information aaad are unaklo to blnin further Intelligence iiitown k*. A ran named Jnaapb K. II* ?hnh?'1 bean In datloat* > tealih f< r < in* lira* latt hn holier to I family on raaeday earning laid hetw.aa aloe and t?n a'oioak, la a Mil* of partial daraagi tuent Hhortly after. he ap peered at tba f'a.lflr Theatre. where ba *u (|Uita airy Learttg tba theatre ha want to Mr IJuwb'i Lrotalr Room. a bore be attracted m?tla? by hlaatrange tondtiee , and fram thta plaaa ba want dlmot In tba rlrar and planged lata tba aurraot I mai-dlata effort a a?ra *iadr to rrerne him bat ba aai not rarxi*ar*d till llfaaaa ratine! A rororiee'a Inqueat ?a# brld o*ar Ik* body and tb* rardlet r-a doted la aoaordaaaa with Lb* abura rsot* Til* Clrar l^th* Indiana. [From lb* taa fraud*** llaraid, May SO ] A man* tba aaooonta af ladlaa diatarbaaraa wa bar* pablltbad an arllala from tba .fir* f aV*M of kbla aity glelng tba parllculara of o rumored mat larra af tba llaar Lab* lodioaa Wa thought ot tba klm* of Ita pahliealloa tbot It mual ba grootly ataggarat'd and up< u applying ot tba proper aoaraa far informal)' a wa Had that wa wara aol oaky aarraal la aar aurmlaaa, bat that tba affair baa boon wholly inlarr prramttd Tba fa*U darired from a anarna tba a nearery of wblab ia anqueatlnnabl* ara a* followa t party of Indian* liriag la aad about lb* Hoaotaa dlntrlol altar committing maay murdara aad other outrage* In hnnabel loat 8~l toiler I oka, a blah la a brat of wolar forty mil** long and 1 . ... , . u. /< ?north ntftonnma Darin* l??n purauad by tb? tronna, Ibay look rrfng* la na* or Uit ntimarou* laland* nftli Ukr Thin Ibry hit* ua4?lh?lriM< ?mr lout ting tb# troop* *i daganna and maintaining on nttltnu* of boatlllty toward# all ?h* while* l/nill roo.oily tbr rendition of tbo rood* r>-ad*r*d near#* to Ibo lab# Impaaanbla for nn nrmad foroa A boot too day* also* howarrr, I'liltii I.yon WO* ord* rad t* pro- , ror d to rlanr l.ato, and to panUb and dlalndgu 1 lb# Indian* fraai tbalr atmwghnld Tb* latrar I bad fartliad thatr poaltlnn and bad pr**l<MI a | quantity of pro#Won* uflloo-at to anabla tkM* to #ta*tala a twaiaa taontb* atrg* Tbay drfl'd tb* 1 aotdlar* on thrtr approaab and mrttad tb*ni '.o noma I on If tbr# waatad to flpbt Tb* man ad?'?oe?4 In boat*, (?hith tkoy bad traaaportad oltb '^raat labor arroaa tbo BtMWH) and war* raoaltad aula a abowrr of arm** la tb# combat, many of tb* rot dlrr* war# larlnualy woiiadad and a niimbar of tb* Indian* klllad Tb# itnt<-m*at th*t woman and abitdran wara maaoaorid. la wbatly no'.onndad bin* of tbo iguana w**w dioonrd In attempting to aolm away and It la ?ald that anma of tbarblldran war# pwt t* ?ialb by tbalr own natkwa. bat lb* ariaraay of tbla atabmant aaaan* 'm ruuabad far Captnta I y#n baa pnx-aodad up toward* tb* h*ad aaiart of tba faaripcata, In pnrwwll of tb* matdtwar* af llapt Warner Ibta I* tba tr*? blatory of tba korrlbta Maogbtor of 'bt C|t?f Litka ladtaaj 1 [ERA ** *y '*?; Fight wtlh ?ho Sacramento Indiana. IFrom tbe Alta California, June 1 J -i' e???qufDe? of depredations of tho Indian* of the cacramrnto 'alley, and outrages committed by li'i'.?/ Leaersl Then,an J. Orson. 1st Division tftate Militia ordered out two <'mnioinl?* of mounted volunteers. under command ofCapt Allgtcrs and Capt Chas Iloyt sad march..! from Oro on the 17th of May. In the direction of Deer Creek On the Hauie day Lieut Hell, of Capt A 's company, with ten men encountered a large number of Indians, killed Ove, and took six prieoners On tbe 18th the command secured the country In the regtan of D#er Creek and Hear Hirer On the lUtb. the trail to Colonel Holt's mill where he wu murdered, wan taken, tbe Tillages found te be deserted. and the white settlement abandoned On the VfMh the Indians, two or three hundred strong were discovered within two miles of Hear Liver, upon an elevated conical hill.|A n engagement took place in which 11 Indiaus w?re killed and a number wounded A bout (Slot the Huts Volunteer* Were engaged. None were killed, but Capt Hnyt, Lieut. Lewis and Mr. Russell were wounded Major Frederick Km ory (brother of Major Kmory, L' S. Top Knglneers. of the boundary Commission! was aooidentally shot through the thigh- with a riBe ball, lie was aid-decamp to General T J.Oreen. On the ISth the fadinn chiefs Weima.Tluekler, and Pooliel came in, by permission, and entered into atrea ty of peace between the three tribes severally reproeented. and tbe htate of California and (ioverutnenl of j the United Htate* The treaty is sensible and comprehensive We have not room tor the document in full in our Httamor edition. Charitable Institutions In California* [From the Sacramento Transcript, May dw ) One of tbs best indications we bavo of the general character of tho American population that is now fio.diug our shores, is tbe number of charitable institutions tbat are springing up daily in our uildst. There are in Hacraun nto city three Maeonin Lodges working under the lirand Lodge of California The tirst eslalilikheil here was the " Tehaina Lodge, number three," The seeond was "Jennings Lodge, number four," and tbe third was ' flutter l.odge. number si* " There is also a lodge at San Franei-co. called " CallforBio I odgs. number one." The Western Htar Lodge, nuniber two," fial been In successful operation n>r sometime at llentna City, on tlie upper Sacramento, sod tlie " lienloia Lodge, number Ave," is established i at lit nirim. These l.cdgrs are in a nourishing condition, and the probability is. now tbat the (Irand Lodge of California is organized, tbat others will spring up all over our Male. Stockton will need ono and Marysville another Then tht re is Column, and all tbe towns in Southern California, San Jose. Monterey. Han Diego. Sic There is also an Odd Fellow's Lodge established in San Francisco, working under the Orand Lodge ot the L'Lited States, and failed California Lodge number t ne. Tbe Odd Fellow's Association in Sacramento City is Very large, bat it has been impossible for them, thus far, to procure a charter, and organixe them olves into a l.odge A mid all the sickness and misery in California, the duties and expense which have fallen upon tbe institutions above named, have been heavy in the extreme I Fsr tr> ni being WBiyii, however new lodges are adding themselves to the list of tbe old ones, and members ate (locking in weekly, to put their shoulders to tbe wheel and to Bwell tbe iodgee already in existence. Neither have these Institutions confined their dssds of chsrify to Masons and Odd Fellows, but. true to their principles, t bey have extended the helping hand to the miierable. wherever they are found. T lis re is another important work which has. as yet. rot bet u commenced in our midst The sick are not : only to let csred for. and the wnnts nl the needy sup- i piitd. but the Intemperate are to be lilted frein the I round, and made to realiin tbat they are men Labort rs are already entering this new held and we learn with pleasure tbat a division of tho Hons of Temptmora was instituted, on Thursday evening last, at the Masiiir Lodge room, by K. J. Willis. I> (1 W I* , I under the uaeie i?( Pacific Htar Division. No 1. of the Mate of Oslifornta This Division commences with t*ii.ly??lab< aim.here The following ofSoera Wure tlwlwl lor lb* |>rix nt quarter, >11 ?bui liermaner. W I' : .In an H liallup W A , A (' UvaMr It H ; fn? I Hwlrr, A It H , Jmum KIlMrjr. V 8 , Benjamin K | Nirkerrop T S tl Hiuin.m 0 ; 8 am or I D??lmn, A j C l.ewie Levy. J 8., Join Muuroo. O 8 , John Uwn- J I' rib P W I' ; Rev J A Bonton, Chaplain HUW<H<I<I< ??4 Trinity. I from the Ben t ranciroo .lour, of Commerce, May 22 ] thr rcbMinn ' Hlrrti Mnrda." down Irrnn Trinity i River and Bay loin** the report that a Mr llayi ono ' of the I'arty on the Trinity had horn drowned Th?y 1 ulro atic.e I liat n | arty who atart-d up tharivoron* 1 tour of exploration had been attacked hy the Indiana | andMeaara. Hrldltnian .lohnaon. M?xwrll and another i had be? n raptured by tho ?ava?{ra. and it war feared tiny w< uid b? Miuiihrid It ia reported tb.it noun rll dirpoecd pnrtona hati* lorn exaapt rating tlia na tin a hy thiir cruel treatment and that uul '-a the better Jiapoaed artllera put u atop to theao outrage*, j teyera ivtaliutlon laiyht i<? exptcted. Mlarallanroua. Jul n i< < ltuii; pn.r By the brig Orbit f.-nm j Puyet a Bound Oreyon. trn learn that th? rhip Albion, j ot London ban In i n irlirii hy Umirrd liorr, on thr part | t thr Ami rloan ?ovrrnm?iil. tor amoiallne and ruttiny ttmh< r on the l'ntt<d ."-ta'ea poaaeaaion* Thin eir-el wr undrratand. !? und< r rh?rt?r hy thr llrltlah Uotrrimrit tho timber briny I6r thn uw o! tha nary ? mtllla ft't/Wniii. Jure I Tur Oaa'.oa. Captain I'attrraon, aaila for Panama at 4 o clonk thia aflrrnnon Bin will carry down 211 pev i H|fcr?, and upon hrr iuanitn-t ia *2.IW'.OtW in yold duut ?JlUm f'aii/i?tn>?. Jure I Tmi an hi aiH? or Pi ai Mr P C. bay broit :ht to our < fflrr a fi w aprriuirnx of yold, a 'lay or tan ayo, whi'b BihT be pronounced rather roarer du?t lie yot II i id 11 Mi-rur* Vbittiirk Klndrr. who bare l.t'ely nturned to thin rity Irotn the North Canon, nrar Urc ryrtown. TIII"? y?i.tl< men took from that place, I with lh< ir own hauua. in threw wwwka tilnr fl.SlMl i An.ony thia amount war one lumped pure yold w<4^hipy Pfty ill and oar.|nstth ounrrr *1)04; anoltn i wai worth jbtl. Thrrr were acfrral oth> r plecwa w. iyhiuy front ten to twalve euncea rat h. Par Paaactren lliniin Thii i? the title of a new dally pa|i< r rtartrd In thl? elty )<y Meuara for Nugent, and Randi Iph Thr tlrat namlier apprnretl yeuterday aa a rtramrr paper Itn typographical appoaritnre la r< ry cn dltahle. but havlay pu rely i;lanci I at Ita non tenia we aennnt apeak of linm further than to a*y thai thty apprarrd to be varied and upon luter?allny ltil>j<ota - Jill* Cnitforma June 1 Jute.a Kiwaait H Ptamtca. of Pan Joae. takea hi* departure In tho et<aiarr of to day for thr L'nitwd | Btateu litre will have y ne another patriot from our millet. to return eyaln, thouyb, wr truei Thi> yentlaD;an baa mo marly four yeara of life in California, and haa oreupud varioua iJIraaot honor and truat lie Hi Id a captainry in the onmnianJ of Uoiom 1 J D PUffMDD J7U? i anjiAnia jnn> i Among the Ikwm by tba tir? it Pin Frinewrn, net enunnratid In i-ur amount upon the outride of our irtitli n art Ilairia I Pnntan diuy(i?li, l!l?y mil Monty n>< ry ttreat a, >2P loo, Keller V Hurkley. I*?. ?tory building ca H aehlrgton I'laee, $4 (<W , dchwerln, t>arba I i'o , Iom I'.iiuo Naw Parra.? Wa ut4?rMmi| a gentleman lataly remarried ?ttk Ibr prcaa at S?? Turk, ta about atari la? a paper at l.oa Angalr? hating alr?aly r.r.irel 1 i Blatant arronragam*nt In Jtioilfy ih<- purrhaae nf aa iotabltrhmrat whtrb haa been nrHarnl and la now on Ita nay to Una pert The name of tba ?? paper ia ta I -a 1 Tti .Smltna Cmit/mmon Aa Lna A n g-1 a aia tba principal comm-rcai mart nf t ha antlra Biatrial nf nr untrr, onnth nf Ncntery wa aaa nn rear on whT a 1 journal at that plaea ahould nat tlanrtah .1 UaCahJma?a, Jvmt 1 Tm? Baaitwu Tarranar In Aaeratncata City, ia riaiag , ta considerable Importance Bnm? nf tha olilaat too earn a in town, bara gone Into tbta ba>liMi Our kratlwt lim ai', Viubi-i ft Co . ilanalay. it arm! k a i.g llanlry. M> Knight h i o Wa paroalra. alao bf our adrarttalng column*, that two botiaaa tlaat aro I among the ntdeat In town bawa joined, and are In aontlnna tha banking bua<n<'>a Wa nUudn ta Hartoa l.aa, Ertj.. and Pearano and Dakar Tba Arm la to be railed Barton Lea Baker b Uk Tbla naw arm will Introdwee anntber feature lain tba imaineaa One nf Uta _ firm Jir t'enraon a gaetUman of eoianiUla ability, ( will doTota bit attention to aaaxylog gold Ibuf'brpua , ha will baraaftar I* able ta learn tba eaael raiua at tba diffarrnt qnalittaa of tba groat natara- atari* Callfarnla laaiiiima ra tea Til aa Paaaiuoaaa in Timra Catarr - It la repotted in tbiaaliy on authority nut . to bo doubted, that t bo farelf nora In Tuolumne ownnt* bara praaanlrd a at -nag raoietanao tn the a?t?rn*ateql I ef tba lata tax law Th? rhnrilf of th* aonoty in | alt. n, ntlna to ri.n.oal I ha b.relgnera to | i? Id w\a k I led by (h.tn t>il oat or ut bit ?# ? aauadad Tbia huikI th? Ab> , ie?r ?ln?r? ta turn nat n ??>m >i4 at tba laat rrngnu about o?? baadrad *1 Ik? foratfB ra had barn irrMttd - .WaawM 7>?? / .trlrali at *aa Krantlnta. Wa ar? ladrbtad tot'apt K A Kin* Nortayor and lata llarl/Of Mwl>r of tbla l?nrt, tar tba following raport ot a/rtaala froat m*. fy?? tha 13th of Aptil, tba data at our laat rapott, ta May 1Mb ? Ptaaaaoaai ?tU ratal hatarlaaa .41r? t'A t uwd Soralga l.Tfld t? INI Total fl.TM 34* T.odf TlaaaN. Aaxrlraa aaaaala 4d 2*t Por?lga da It ltd Tatal M.4SN aaaifaia *t it raanr-ia m*t?i MaySd aad 31 W.J Rba*. Kan Joan, Rdtrard Kuttna. Kaanairata t apt John WUnna. <ta , Tnaiaat llaalp da ; Oanaral T J Una*, da , II A ftahnot araft. da , A J ZaBriakln, da , M II Mnara, Maty*. Ilia; Wm K|>*an.r da, l>a-tnr Htdman. *t~?,a .? l>?opan, llapt Paftnrana. d? , Cbatlaa W l.auar, W II l.'rlat*, Ran Prancl***. Jno. 0 Arm-tramp tttooklaa .K J A tm'tr< ti|. da . J i>hn l.itili Tunloaina. Uaa P t Raalth. U A aadaalta, ('apt Palapra, U A ; I.laat Malta. U N A , U I. Hraaa. Alabama, A J S.abrlakla. Kaa Clip. II II lla?* !t< nlala, W H llarla??M. Kaa Cllf , J II (Ilia* da W K Aa laa aaa AgitUi T-iai R 0 kV?l*a I'blla . H V Aa(I ll?ao, Konora. K J T aaU-b d<> 0 l>narb'*ta? ?-aJa| rrraa K II lM?atiofc, J nap LD. i TWO CENTS. arrUgei tad Dcalhi In CallffemUu married. On (be S.ith m*t, bf tbe Rev. Dr. Mine*. ?i board tbe ?(f?m?bip Oregon. Mr. Wu M Kuei. of St* Trmeifro tn MIm llnoKr K ?*?, of (tbaea. New York Io rionomit. on lb* 18th lUnir L'oikad. to thw wall known thine wouinn, Baaed Aciioi, from Iloac Kong dud, At ColnWiMa. May 18 (?h*klk>'W. Raw*, of W.twehertrr. New Hampshire, ag?d 27 y< ?'#*. New lletupahir* l*p? i'? pl< n?" ropT l?? the porf of Monterey, on board the steamer PaDtmt. on her downward trip, Mr Dti*m.D Moorman, of Klemington, New Jersey III* i.wna'n* were Interred at Han Diego on the 4th Inst . a *d the spot wtB be designated. ho that sbould bin Iriends wlnh hia body r. moved, tt ran easily be found 1 n Harrntnento Oily, on the 18th ln*t , of ehronfd dlarrboa, Mr Ai as-ariia Oumstead, former.Vof Hartford, Conn aged ,lg yearn. Od the il?t iurt , in Haersmento City, of typhoid fever. Mr I,.ion 8> iii.kisiaxm. formerly of (Jermaay, lata of New York city, ug*d ?f> y.ar.r, At the M in> h. ou the North York of the Yuba, ofwoBgcative tefer, on the 1Mb inrt . 11,.**, Wi si**, ot Bowtoa. Mar*. In Sacrum onto City, on the of j une. nf dyecmtery. at the hou?e of Justin 8p?ar, Mr. D TmiarrwiT Chowell. formerly ot Londonderry Nil, aged PV yoar*. Mas* and N.11 paper* pleaae oopy. Th* Cwlirornln Marbrl*, 8*i? Pmxi ino June 1?The I'riroa Current wtlt ?bow hut few rbange* in the rate* or price* sinew the railing of the Inthiou* on th* I6tti. indeed thu alteration* In tho figure* are *o slight. except ia one or two artirlr* that a revision of the li?t might mm superfluous. but in the feeling and gene rat aApect ot the market*, and the poeitiou of businer.s affair* in California. a decided, and we may ?ay an unfavorable change ia obrerrable throughout, the market ha* leaa ot activity?operation* are suiall and a want of thw disposition to buy or to *ell ie clearly etlaced in th* w ry limited number and extent of tranaa~ti>>na of the part week The ranee* of thi* temporary depression in our commercial matter*, a* given by thi *e well versed In trade, are mimei* u*. and in many tn?tancea well founded among which rtand first and forem'>eU the high stage of the water* through the interior an t in the mining diatriet*. The rucce** ot trader* through tbn Fleer* ha* not been a* great aa wan anticipated, nor do the namns of durt from tbe interior nbew any veiy great improvement ainre the publication*# our last report The faciliti,* in every branch of trading operation* through tbe mine* aa well a* in thw means of digging. Nave he. n re* trie ted from tbe twgtnnlug (>f tbe pa>l winter Up to the proaeut tunc, many of the I'larer* have been rendered entirely iniprnctlrable by the water* Independent of many of thw cause* to whlob the preeeut atat* of th* market ha attl Unliable Ike I scent destruction of property by thw late Are stand the most prominent. f There has been observed throughout a want ot confide nee. and a disposition to wait There appear* to be lie scarcity of money In the country, hul it i* principally h? Id on depoaite. ami unless a b.gh rate nf iateieat ia offered is seldom seen In the market Thw rates are a* high or they were at any previous period, l arge shipment* ot specie having been received from Mi xico during the part two week* a demand for gold ' dust for expoilklion has been created and in nouaequence the value U Increased, and htgliur rate* a iked, generally The market* for I! ur. provision* end othi r article* of consumption, have jell the depression to a ti ry sensible de* ree. and the high pries* alluded to on tlie sailing of the rsthiuus. hare failed to continue a* the prraeut ruim j ftgure* Hour for tho past week has had a downward tendeiiry and ?.*le* have been small at a slight reduction ?? will be ?ecn on referring to the pi ice* current The inquiry i* confined to Chili- . no'lriijufry of con?- |n--nce lor Am?rloan la other article* nf brvadat uJI the UauuFtlont h*fe hwi . 11lu t <1 in t proportionate ili iirw . arrlvalaof truh Importation* ara uvily expect- d In barley a ap-onlaiiva mov?ment ha* been on foot for mm* day* p "t, which hiu> ron up the prior* from 3S to I? ; at tha latter figure enle* aero lua-l* and *omc holder* are do* a*king ao high a* Ho Provialou#. generally himdepraniatid H' I hu declined "lightly a* ?l*o pork; tb* boot article* aro demanding fair prion*, hut the Inquiry I* nt.ilI limited ; the interior aupplied not jot replciiiahed Holier- are coufldcntly e I pictlng relume. and a r-adieu do. log th* cnain* or oarljr in th* following week Sugar and n fle* aro roarer and in demand , th* prieaa aoked, and at whirh rale* went mad*, war* wttf largo 'J he limited rtook on hand, atxl tb* uncertainty of an immediate rupply from abr >ad baa rau-ed a rliglit rpeculnltr# movement. In building material the demand I* not ao l.riafc, th* larg importation* from th? I'niti d Mate* k--*,.* the price* ui.i*r, and the rtork on hand I* more than o.|ual to the prea-iit ni cori-ltiox ?t want* of California Itriek* maiotaia a good por tion although Urge iiuanti'tna aro daily arriving? their value will not doprovlato much, a* tbw i|?rlre to guard agninrt Urn by tb* erection of brick bulldingr, la Inrreaatrg faaf t'h-Mngialn raodera'a deiiiand, erpeeiaJly for ftno d'-rrtj-tioin Deuiatit got da are in lie) tor eondil ton, aborting* ami drilltaga ar? rrarr* Hilrlti trr it nndatata rnjowt, g'**l **tlelea of brandy bring fair price*, wmea except for aupi nor qualii lea are low H*/?r< are In r*'|it*>4, Ilia flnert deacrlptlon of llavra* aanted Hard**** la atilladiug except In the article ofacyth**, ad.-invnd having rp rung up a* th* inquiry lor hay tia? be an to Dome extent during the ya-t irionth. ."ley the* Aava brought h ?h price* and note n0w In market ? Hal eatale he* not declined; there li atlll adi*poaltion to purrbaee. aril abort-lot* are wanted th-- li.ghcat rate* ar* freely given Kent* liow- ver are not In proportion, t lit ugh atill very high wihii-KHAijc rttiuifft ctT*r.Kjrr. Ache* Put* per lb., lor. a Ibr , p aria. Jn . 30c a 3.e Hrtadntufla ?Chile flour, 'iter lb*., } 11 a 113 ,*)j ( bile flour loo lb* ??. a to IJ. ktuer.raa auperlrW par ltd ploapll, Or-gon flour do. fill a It, hrrley y*t lb fi a r-?,e , I r* i,l t'blle do ,3c a ile , bread, Amerlcan pilot, do . 7e a Po , tgaail, Auierlean navy. 4r a be ; rraeki re do . Ifr a 14c , at rn meal, per half liM . ft; rate, per lb, in duuMil. rye, do. no demand, wheat, < rurbed par fb , do Ur rk?, per tbouaand. > H> at:. I'.oot* pvr pair, >11 a pig, light, good, do . pi I % 1 - . OOI" I'll dawk. fMa(l3i, high top*, p r pair. pUaflh t'aadlcv rperm per lb . rluc a 0 ?c , lallw, good Amrtloan, do . "&>r . , tallow, good t.'ulle. d-?.t 14c a ! ?* , a'*r..uiiMtu- il.iirhl-.ru da, 4<l-i a t'oal Anlhrarltc per ton >a-.fi aulhraaltai do. $!M a $'Jfi f'attla. $12 Ml ail* r ib? lie a IVc Cordage American y? r lb , I n , Manilla, email alxe, -to. foe at*# i:?0e? Manilla, par lb., ode a ::bc . If lo, do . .10# a ?.' ? , Java. nun* In market ( lotliing. aal* limited, Hue black I i*o-r ratva. Iriy good* fu uuolei at* demand llomeatic goof*? blurting* M iu lie a I Ic . <lrl,ling- heavy gje a .'Mr.; t.lank, la *h per pair. $2 50 a ?i . klan'iet*. ard , 43 a th, blanket*, ool-ired. %i a >7 I'rinla Ka-t aol or* looac color* 73 60 Atoekiai*, Vi f 4 ?<t dum Alparrn. par yard. 37d a 50o l>r*?? ml liyie- Alcohol. per gi-'joa >1, Urtit, par Ih tie. a 7n arrttwtooi. prr lb . 10a * 12c ; h*l<im onpaela, p* Ih , 76c | brim atone, ctwde l.'ie ; I'nrurlan l>vk, ; '! Ih, .T7o , camphor raflaed par Ih tla %|H.j ormm tar'er. |.*r lb . 76 u , cork*, rial p*r fro . 76* , cork*, bottlr, per 1 000 I4. ctlviuM, >4. ee?lor oil p*r 1 73, e*?tor nU, quart*, per Jo* flu, *ia~ry aura I* demand at Ih* . emery thur toe , flue, per lb . Ilka ; Iodine, per lb . 718 llfuorlca, (??tract i per lb , Au* , Il?i? juice In ilemitnJ u- r **l . $1 3u a ?l ra*gn**la, ralclmd 76c ?>l moroLloe pern* fa opium per lb. flu, oil prppatminl. Kng . fb nil eloree, end nib . p-r lb 74 a } >> poteah. Aia lu <l?ai>*'l ft, >|ulnln*. par oa f 3 (j*lf k*il?> r 71 Si' a 73 .rhubarb per io , ft ?iif ar lead, common. Ate eeldbl* powdi r*. par dot . 73 . *up raili ?< Ja P-r 111 fei# aoJa *?h 4oc , ?ar.aparili* 911 a 714. rali rain* ."Hie a i*e traaaea per dot *:i, ei.rtni nil p< r ib . Jbc . ?>t pal and white, pr lb 6b a Mb flock 37 attic Kiaiber* hire feaaa. 71 3a a $1 an.. Flrh Mackerel No t $17 a f?i, Mackerel. N.. l par hltl 712 a 7M, Oodfleh u> dtiaand. 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