Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 20, 1850, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 20, 1850 Page 1
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TH NO. 6915. TELEGRAPHIC BTTBLUttSSCKi THE DEBATE IN THE SENATE ON Til K TVOZTZVfi SLAVE BZ&L. attempted Arrange menis in (he House to take up the Territorial Bills, icc. &C. ice. THIRTY-FIKS r COXOKKSI. FIRST SESSION. Senate. BY morse's mag.nk ric tki.kqrai'H. Washixoton, Augaxt 19, 1S50. Mr. Soulie, from th? Committee on Commerce, reported a bill to eatablUh oolleotien districts In California. Alter the consideration of the morning business, the rUUITITK SLAVIC BILL Waa taken up. and Mr Masoi moved to amend, by striking out all after tbe enacting clause, and inserting a aubftitutu for tbe entire bill. Mr Davto.* moved to.auiend the amendment, by aubfltltuting the bill laid on the table several weeks since, by Mr Webster. which lie briefly supported It provides that if the alleged fugitive sh til declare that be owes no servioe to the claimant, tho right of the cliimint ahali be decided finally. without delay, by the finding of a jury. Mr Mason opposed Mr Dayton's amondment. Il? waa Ratified that if it> provisions were adopted, the bill wonld be utterly ineff-etual and useless If tbe tri.il toy jury were adopted, it would b.t considered comlusivo evidence ol the refusal. on tbe part of the federal . government, to perform ita duty In relation to the delivery of fugitive slaves Mr. Davtos replied, contending that there waa no fafer ground upon which the slaveholder oould rest Ilia rights, than the verdict of twelve h >ne.U men Mr. Berrii:n called the especitl attention cf the Senate to the principle of ih" amendment granting the trial by jury, and exi?rea?e 1 the hopethtt aouth?rn g?allemen would allow (he ijuestion to be taken, without do bate lie asked the yen* aud naya on tbe ..amendment. aud they re ordered. In the ci-ureu of Rome reiuark* by Mr. Winthrop ia support of tbe amendment. Mr. Itutler inquired whether be had ever heard of a ca-e iu which au attempt wu made to a??rt a false claim by which a irir mm wm held an a flare Mr. Wai.? s referred to several such ca?ee Mr Walker leuited severel ?iuii!*r oa*ee, and. am~>ng Other* one, hi which a * litre girl was scarcely rescued from the claims of a kidnapper Mr. lIsnuwiiiD mid the provision for a jury trl.il aculd but antiofy tbe >ple of Kentucky. >tud alvoeated an amendment of the act ol utnety-three which should provide for the execution ol that law by federal OfBcvra, to whom such duty sh>uld be assigned Mr Ca.h desired a si m pie a.aendaiM it of the law of ninety-three, the main tea'.ure of wbleb, he thon(ht, ought to b? reserved That ant laid down four principles to which be waa prepared to adb?re ?ttrat. the right of the mnater to arrest his fugitive alave wherever be may tied him. second, hi- duty to earry , him before a magistrate. iu the St ate where be U ar, rested. that the claim may be adjudged by him. third, the duty of the ma (Ntiate to examine tbe claim, and to decide, like other examining saagiatrates without 1 jury, and thru to eoimnit hiiu l? ih- auatody of the < muV'i; fourth, the right of thu matter, then, to ret .aore the ?la?e to bl< realdruAa. A ft ?r further debate, thu *ui<-ndineat wai rnjeoted ? J aa 11; naya 27 Mr Umakk m?*ad to araand Mr Maaoa'a amendment. bj the insertion of a proeti>lon fur a jury trial, to teat th* qiieetion of cUlta or no cUlm. being tha eaina to ?IT-ot as the ain?iiiiiu*ut ju?t volnd on Tali *meadlnent, alio, wb? rejecied Mr. WiniHBor moved an amendment. curing tha right ol AeAra eorpu* to allrg-l fugitives. and providing for a judicial reetew ol the dacitiona of th? propo**d "ommiHHionem. which atlef d> hata *a< also raj??t d ? reaa, 11; na)?, 20 The further consideration ot tha t>lll w?? then po?tpen?d until to morrow Tha 8upplem*ntal tlensus bill wax taken up. and tha junrnds-.etita of the llnus* vara dla|r?<4 to; aftor v7jLich tha Senate adjourned. House of Uejirosentatlvaa. W BAtfi'S KLKCTHO-CIUMICAL TKI.KUKAPH. IflllllWM, Aug 19, 1S50. incnmtr eaiaroaifi*, *aw Maxico, ktc. Mr Taannuo, (dem ) of Panu , from tha Judiciary Commit tea. reported bark tha Seaata bill nupplamantal to tha act lor taking Iba iaventh ceniuo. Increasing tha eomproration cl Marfhala, ho , and propo#ed amendment*. Tha Orit to atrike out tha word* " with tha Intention to tocome permanent cltiiaaa,' in tha slaoao that the ettaarailaa In Califcrula. L'tah. N?f Halloo and Oregon, aball tarluda tbosa who Uft tha United State* prior to tha Brat of teat J una. and aattlad e -ahaaqaeittly. Aftar fcoai com nation. the amendment was agreed to- -yaaa.-lul. to nay 90 Another ?:iv-noia^nt am burning the Secretary of vU*a tetcri^r to aitand the tiui< tor making ratarat in certala MmI, ?a? adopted aud tha bill passed ??i* (u.irntto ki.cctio*. Mr fliaoac, (daiu ) ol fruo , Irorn the Conmlttaa of Xlootiua*, aiaJ* a raport oa tlia ount*->;<ni rlaatloa n*M trow I'i-bd-jlaauia ?g.4iu?t ilr LUtali abj ?ouHt liubbihr' > ai Mr <V*wi>??? . (Winy) ul N. J., alio fron tha minority tfTth" tiownlUoa, rt-p'>r(Mr. Hobbmi HoVb rrptirta -r? ordrraj to oh prialod Mr. Ilmar, (*bt|> t>t Vt rar? notluo ibat b?*oulJ .call up ttau on Monday uait ink TaaaiToaitt. milli, etc. Mr. Browc, (im ) of In t ai.a uk-d IditiM ofl?r a 'ttwIaUoB tbat tha b.lla uu tua ?p*a??r '? taoia b? ak>D u^ aDd niada iba *p?cl%J ord?r 10/ tli? tw.-utytblrd iuat. Id tbin wmwuha- namely: M?t Utiloi), Tr*? boundary Calllorala anil lua Objart.oo u.ada to a a -Inn of lb* rain Mr TNoMrx'Ki. ^l*ai ) of 4i.? , that tha bill! batafcao up la lb* ordar ib?; |>w?il ilw i<>oat?. Tktlivw in Li b ooafu?tun, *od lb* dpaakar. afiar a ratal bad la i?lll iuo<?huh. as<?4 bi ll ( U*br. rriw?<l to aatariaia an/ propo.-itiua aatll jrdar ta< [Mutwl Tbre bail.* partial <|uiat. ilr llnuwa, of Iadlaaa, aakad for tba )i m and i.*y* Tha Britain ?U*ad tbat tbc billi eana fr<im th>8?tiala la ttin nrdor. >aiil): L tab, Text* boundary, Colifotnla and >aw h'?l?n ilr l*ai4iki?n.. (fn*? aoiii ?'l N V.. amid lh? * ?o'uaoa. ran^alinil Uiat Mr Hrowa bai put ttia Nt* Mailro bt I ilw iaat aliliuugb it pxwj tha Banata ba.' or a tha Cwi/orua bill Mr MaCt-aanaai. ,dnii )o( lit . mad* a ?a|4?Aloa *t th? aauii' timu wiui Mr Tbouipava, of Mim , Ibat It# Mil* ba talLan up to M'*ioa Tha Bpaahar a^aiu pauard Until qulat wa? rnttorad Mr. lat>K. (4*iu ) ?( Ala . a-kad it tba rulaa ?h iuIJ aot ba ivp*ii4nl and tlia ivaolwlloo net ba al-.pla 1, < hatbar It wuai* not b- auoipatant to wwa to prvo*?4 with ifea baaiaaia oa tba ??ar labia' lba Bnaaaa rapiiad. tbat on aay day a Leapt Manlij. tkm rottioiitla>-? ara ralia4 lor rapvrU, It avail ba Id ortWrlo procaad with tba bu-iaata m tba tt'a tabic, v d itm but* aouid auiwa up la (hair MM Again tbar# wa* a fraah oatbunt ol aonfuiloa. an I gaDilaDirn war* r?gv?l?l to auipaud couvaraanon, Irtil tba alali a and iaar tb? ir ?aal* Mr kmi?* u.'?difaa lil-ra-vluli hi io that tha b.lli Bar bo tobeu ?fi t ia aim row Ilia lionaa a Mar furiuar |?wv|ia|i. ralfeaaj to a??. T>and tba rmb* in L>rvUr to paraiit Mr. Ur iaa tu latroJ now bl? r-aututH'l?Jaa? ij. baya r? oa KiUoa* :? Vim IL.a>.a ilUlluia. Hill AI'b'Koa, Al'iain, Itm, II..alia. ? ? J. lit hr,..ka, J. Cahali, ( altaait ?f k-mtrcky, t aiaaa.l ?' Nar.h > will**, naia>ati. *1 AlaOa <&, "aaiai. Uakarrj, Inavm, 'Sum;, Jiri>im R .? "? >? fcaitt, FmMhh???, >t?r, # 'itmrj, gnt), U i?i, Hrlarall, .auiiaa. ii-miaaJ ?f ltr)iw<, lUrha. It<rm / Iaaaaaaaa llama ..I Alabama, arrta at Jai>a?M. Ha) av^. II Niail. Ia?r. J< :IM af > 9ni|lfcJ?ot?'? af ??? > rth. J.aaaaa ?f IVaaaaaaa, J.ika? ioa af Itaiitk;. Ji bat -a f Ai.'inK, J?a?a. tv?fr. U> am, laMw i .?m 1.MJ .a *<??. JtaraOall Mafia, H? Uraao<_ . *rl>-aall. But.M< i.aaakaa, ktl?an .1 kUaiaekr. MaOuilaa, ? ?..?, <|.r. t>..l, Motaa, Harlan. Orr. milt'. I) - -a, raiaar, faaall. B.allaa, fc..kvi .. i, K< ?a, Fnar. .**? p*r?, 9la?l -y. MU>"I it Xatnatf, luna*. ikaaa, n?aa? aaaf Mia?ia-tppt, l*k >t?p*aa al I'aaaat itaaia, lft"iap?* a ?i K'anck;, Ivnaba, Vaailla. WaUia*, Mailkarn, 4 iiat?>, V?ja?. han-lNri < Aiaiaaa f. in*, Ar'iatt, Rakar, Haa> . IHiiHaiha.. Iwth, K?-a I *a, Mrw. Hr >aa af Mia?l?atp 7a, ftamai kuri,< kaator Maiiar, aut i al IK. ?.aai|t >all, warvar Ittri, iLtaflar ?.lar?. lalowt, Cxi*. Uoia, Orawall. W<Vij, l/aa(aa. L?irkr? ?f MMa, ritoi . Taolar. Iiiltidt, inaa?v(, U11I. Uaala, Hall .war, llwp'a. k> llt'aiJ. h?arf, .|..|la4a), H laf tfuwara, Jlaaa. uatar, Jarkaaaaf .Now Tata. Junaa, hia(, 11. 1 hia( af N?? Jrtaat, JvLa V fcli.f. I Iralta fciaa. airraaa *?a?. Matiaava, NrKiaatrk. k< Ja?a. Mr*llUa |mr>, Varrla, a *Vi4i, Piailit. faak, Titian, I'm* taa, faliar, I ?J. R>;a..lj?. Riali?ril>va, Ri.laj, lt.?kwail. U'<'\ Kn-aaajr, DmMi, ^a tahaaak. S; barmtf Iwa .-atkaolaran. Mina, HalTaa'.ar. *i>ai4in<. vr?u<. Sta'tai af liiatjltaalt, tanuar. Tartar. I'aiaraul, Taadyka, Vu.t.a. M?M?a. Wald*. 0 alUua. Waataartk, Hklta, Whlltl.M* Wla-a. W'?,4, W ,r& Mr AaHMra. (*ku.) rf >ia-? **kaj laaaa to "d-r a rwolullim t? ?aka Ilia k l|a tha apamal ?r4ar fir Wv sorrow, aad anutlaua uatll 4i-|mm*4 of. la I ha talaalag ar4?r ?I l*k Tain huuiidarjr. C iltiuruta aaj .4a* Naitoo Otyactad b- in* B?d?. Mr. AaiiMt 1 uioafil a *u p 'n-i o of tha rata* Coararaafian a?aia atiaaaJ to tha alfaat. tmt tha raaolntlcn tl a4opta4, ouat* lal-rtar- wlm id- appropriation btil? Mr ani^r i. (froa aoti ) <4 Ohio, aak?4 wiwthar It *?aM ant pr?lu(i? a rvf?r? aaa nf tha b-> It a to tha CtMiltlaa 01 tha Whota <>a tha a tola of tha Uaio*' If ha Itciata r-j.lard that ha ikaii^t'. aat rt? (JUh Mil ooatalnad aa ?i# .r nar ailoit aat ra i?t ha J*1-TT?d I. 1 .a'?i4a ? tha vvaiaMtN M Iht WMIt <m vfea Mtu H tko 0*to?, u4 Ito |*wi r^Mf# t? E NE MP 'ym * go into eonmittee. the other bill* would come up in tbflr order before the llounv Mr. BTKtKNa. ofPena.. Iti'tulred If thin order be pawed will It nupur??d? the Appropriation Mill ? HrKtKKM?Y?<8. Mr Pikito* Ki.io appealed to Mr. Aabmun, to modify his reeo'.ution ho ? < to proceed with the bill at once.?(C'rit s of ** No, no." and contuxion) Mr pKOTCN K 1W*: M&iil thi-v iniirht or. II would be wasted The Question was then taken, and the House refuted to suspend the rule* -yeaj V4, uays U4. as follows : ? Yea*?Alhertsvn, Alexander, Anderson, Ashmun, Day. Ha( ker, Bennett, Booth, Bowlm, Boyd, Breok, UriKg*. Brook*, Brown, Iowa; Burro us, Pa.; Butler, Ct ; Cable, Caldvrrll, IN C.; Carter, Casey, Chandler, Cobb, Ala.; Drtherrv, Dickey, Dimnuck. Dimey, Dunham, Fitch. Fuller, llemry, Gerry, G?*rtnan, Griuiiel), llall, Haiutton, Hampton liarlnn, Harris, Illinois; llnymond, llebard, iJ.-a^land. Howard, ! Jnckson. N. V.; John* n, Tsnn ; Jone?, Kwrr. Leffler, l#?v.n, Litt lefleld, Job Mann,Mar hall, Ha?oi, M<.-rleni and. M<-1) ?naii, i McUaughey, Mcl.anahan. McLean, Ky., M? Wtilie Meachain, 1 Morris. Ogle, Olds, Outlaw, Peasleo, re^k. Phtnnix, Pitman, Potter, Heed. KuharU>n K-bint, KoKin*oa, Bona, Sawtelle, 8h?pherd. Stanley, Stantou. Strong. Sweetter, Thompson, I Pa.; 1 homiwnn, Ky.; Underbill, Vandyke, WaMo, Waldo, 1 Watkins, Went worth, Whittles ly, Wildriuk, Wil?<>?, Wood, I Young. Navs?Athe, Avcrett, Bayly, Beale. Bingham, Bow don. ' Bowie, Brown, Miss.; Burt, i 0: Oabull. Florida; Caldwell, I ky.. Calvin, l'a.; Campbell, Ohio; Clark, N- Y.; Clingmaa, Coloock, Cole, Crew, Daoiel, Doty, T)uer, Dunonn. Darkoo, I K^uionson, Kvans, Ohie: Ewinx, F?*at herston, Fowler, tiid, dings. Goodenow, Gott, Gould,UaUoway, Uirninond. tlarraU S 1 s' n Harris, Tenn ; Harris, Ala.; Harris, llliuois; Hay. ll-nry, j ll?>lla?tay, H< ime?, llowe, Httbbard, Humor. lnc,e, Jioktoi, Ca.; Johnson. Ky.; Johnnon, Arkan^m* Julian, King. K 1.; King, N. J?; J??Un A King, Preston King. Lasere. Horace, blann. Matteccn, M< D?well. M<*Kj*s? vk, McQueen, Mea'te, Morse, Morton. Nelson. Orr, Otis, Parker, Phelps, P?well, Hcvm Ids Kislcy, Rorkwell, ltoote, Kum*?*y,Savage,*ehenek, Pcnermt rhorr, Schoolcraft, Peddon, Sylvester, Spalding, Spragu<?, StentoB, Ky ; Stevens,Pa : Taylor. ThomAa, Ttnuipin n. Miss ; Toombs, Venablo, Vinton, Wallace, Welborn, White, Woodward Mr (Iakhis, (dem ) of Tennessee. a?ked leave to introduee a resolution providing tor the adjournment of Ceugrest ou the second Mouday in September? Mr Wmtwokiii, (dem ) of 111 ? Does it proeid* for an adjournment before Calitornia L> adinitt il? -(Ories for order ) Mr. Masoii a-ked whether it wan in order to more an amendment? TheSrcaaKu said the resolution wu not yet before the House. The Iiouse rotfd. yeas 81. nays 104, and refund to ; suspend the rules The !loui>e then went Into Committee of the Whole ! cu the state of the L'nion ou 1HK CIVIL AND l?f>LOMATlf A P l".l Of R I A I lO!* BILL. I Mr gniKM k. (whig) of Ohio, modified his amend- j m? nt of Saturday, und it wa* adopted It appropriates thirty thousand dollar* to purchase book* for distribution among the members. Mr Moh*x, (dem ) of Lit offered an amendment to pay the widow of (!en Zachiwy T^vlor sixieen thousand three hundred and tjinet-en dollar*. for hi4 unexpired term The amendment wai decided out of . order 79 to 49 During five minutes d!*o>i?<ifon on the clause pro, Tiding lor tb? publication of thu laws. Mr JonvMia. (dem ) of Arkmea*. moved that only two papers bi- heiectui in \V? <hini(tou. of oppsiti politieal parties by which the laws shall be published. There are tiro whig paper* here, and ha wauted the Kxecutive to make uselection to tee which was the of; ficial org:?n. Mr. Uidmk-* wanted tho Xatianal f.ro. It ha* 17,000 I subscriber*. or nearly as many an all the other papers i put together. Neither of these ara^ndme n'* prevailed. Other amendments were aoted on. of no g'taer&l in' ternt. ' | The Committee rose, when Mr Hminon. (whin) of N V., moved to make the bill for the reduction of postage the order of th? day ! for lhe fourth Monday in August. Tending which, The House adjourned. From Washington. I'KrARTI RK OK MR STEPHENS, TO GEORGIA?EXCITING I'ltOCKEDI.NOS III AT.A HAM A?ARRIVAL OK THE CIllNESg COMMISSIONER, ETC. [ou* SPECIAL T?L?i?*HC COBBtUrOKOBMOE.] WtHHiniTji, August 19. 1850 I understand that Mr Stephen*, of Georgia, hat left ; for the South, to stir up tho Macon convention ta re1 sistanre against the California bill. The ultra South , Urn. If the California Senate bill pa?a the lieuiie. ! The General Appropriation bill la expeokeJ to talte up all of thia work, In the llvuw. An etlerk (U mad* j to aup< raede it. todity. but Uiled. i Telegraphic new* frnm Alatami infnrau ni that gr< at excitement prevail* a^aim-l the California bill, and that Immense gathering! of the people have taken j place. | The Uon. J. W. Davla, United State* Commlsalonar j 1 to China, arrived here laat night Edward McCobbin, barber, in Kighth street, while kitting at hi* door with hit family laat night, at nine 'clock, received a *evere wound la one of hi* banda j Iron a hone piitol died by a negro man at another. | who van etraping from him. The negro wa? ar^ea'.ej and committed. | | The Neat Haws from Earap?< llaurai, Aug 19-6 t. M. ' There have been heavy ** '>/ wiQd' for thr#* i day*, and a thick fog There U Utu? ?* > th'r*' I for*, for the Kuropa to-night. The Od i Fcllowa' Convention, Ar. ! Unci. Aaguat 19-9 P. M. The Odd Fellow*' Convention of the Northern Dl?triet of Saw York, met at the Odd Fellow*' Hall, in thi* city, to-day. The Convention adjourned till halfpaat 3 P M. A large number of delegate* have ar- j rived in the noon tralna. The oDTaotlon again net at bau pan J r. m . ana pniiHlid t? ctntui, th? remit of ?h!ch w?? ai fol- | low* William Hopklnn. of Aubtfn. wa? aleetad 0. M.; Daxtar (Jltnre, of L'Uea, 0 O. M , W. II II. Frail, of Naw Tork. 0. Secretary. Cheodor* M. Ward, of New York, Urand.Treasurer, Daniel t. Uurnard, of Brooklyn Orand Reporter Tba Orand deer, tary elect tbca deellued when the eoaTtnlion balloted for auather, and for Uraod War- | den but adjourned without an eleeUon Thnr ta a utroog effort naklag to r<a"Ti th? Qra?4 lodge to tyraeuen ( apt Auger. tba flour thief, baa ba?a mittod, in , default of fi tHW ball I he ( hull i n. Vhiums, Augmt 19, 1*40 0? Saturday there were Ihree rata* of eholera ra- i ported and one to day. PiTTiavaoM, Auk j?t 19. 1S50. No authentic ntri of eholera arc report*! bar* to > 7 Balling of the Ohio. Naw dauKi, Aifilt II, 1M0. Tba *t*am<blp Ohio, Captain deheaek. ba? rail-4 ftr Ilavaaa and New York, with aae hunired and fifty paaeeager? lot Chagra* and t ha aurth. Ilia Ohio Hlrar. Pirnrra'.H. Aug-Jt It. IliO. Tbera ita three frtl tbr?? lachef of water la tha channel to day. with a g<v>l pio-p-et of rala. whlab 1 will keep up tbe pre-ent flue uarlgallon fralgatl to Claaioaatl, 'Ju ceata Tlia Stcaruer Diargla- flaw Cropa, Am . Baunweaa, Auguat 19, 11)4. | Tba tt?nm?r Georgia touch'1 off Charleaon <ia Saturday, aad took oa board ai( p**?en,i?r?. avl tba i alia. Ry arernnle fr >tn South Carolina and Altbuii U ?eim? tha growing crop U m >re proaMu^ than waa autfrlpati d earlier In tba e?a?nn Another Bait I pact, and l.oaa of Life. Uo'tot, Augaet 19, I<60. Oa Friday, a party of Are aereoi... ennaWtlag of Cap* h?u r ulkr ?od hla aoa. of Roekport Mr Uraljr aod a lad ?*m?l Ingtu, of Hrnoklj q. H. V . mJ rrni'li K. ' DabloU. of thl# sHy. *?iil on (>bluf aiauolen and era ruppoaad to hara bvou ail droeaed by the ?a|ni?l?( of the boat Id a fijiiaU. The MIm of Ciptata WulUr and Mr (Irrlghare be*a r-coreffd. ea alao the jackal of Mr. Vehloia. Lait from Porto Kirn. Naaroi.lt. \ti|('i?t IV. 1*40, Hy an arrival at thl* port, to day. ?< that la ronari|arnc? of the rrcrat haary iala? on tha I .laud of Porte lliro. the cn?p? were all d .?rn Thara w%? ot ntflelaat produeo left at Maya^n-f to |n?.| I ha reaatU la port and >u(ar wai e>llln< at * J f<0 a 94 Ohi llay Mot tnalkar. ftiotxnao. Au?u.<t IV. HW Jcbo C'leman. a l>-iy, w?? (hut to day by molk'r br>y. aanad Jeaee Irtia. at tha market hotue, Tka I woand i? (light Ilhlpwrrrk. liALTtunaa. *t(?<t 10. Tha bark Urrrart. f aptela Omwoll froai ??tai, arrived tfrday (to the Mth. tha L fall la ?lth mar ayhraaad Mnrdaaai. tha arhoeaer ('endnote of H*U feat Maine. Captain r.^mby la a alafclng eotditln* Tha I. taok oltUMMN, hU ?U>, ?a'<>, a^d uuao | W YO [ORNING EDITION?TUES Another .Murder In fhllatirlphln, Ac, Phii.aokliiiia, August 19. 1830. A man named rharle* Bird, who k?<p< a 'mull j?welry kbop in Kiftb street, ???r South ani whom leal- J dem-e wan in Poplar, near Thirteenth atreet. wi? (tabbed by a party of rowdies thia evening. and died* tew momenta afterward*. It &ppeai? that Mr lllrd was paasiiitf the Church in i Fifth Ktrect, corner of Gafkill wheu bo ?va? acoont' d by four m<n, who d< mauded of him a innall box or package of jewelry whloh he was o irryiug, ha refund to give ll up. when one i f the party pulled out a knife and etabbtd blui in the region of tbe heart. The murderer* Immediately flrd, and the wound?d | man waa picked up and carrie 1 to a drug atora near by. l>ut he died in a few mluutei I(!?3b9dy was th 'U . taken to the 8outhe??t atation hou?? I Ti e coroner nod family hare been cent tor, and an in<(Uoi>t will be betd to-night. 11U (Uircin no I1?TW Uf'U Ell^llF, OH'. If'J W'*ll known character* in th? South?rn part of i.10 city are >u?p*cted. uud will doubUu**. be arr d luforti daylight. | Tblf 1* 1 hi recond murder In the ttrueU duriag the p??( forty eight bourn. A iriui nNiu< d Hnhoormu. orSli'ncman. a merchant tailor iu this city, wag drowned at Cape Ma/ last night. Mortality at Baltimore, Ac. BaltimuRk, August 19, 1850. The deaths laat week were 140, ot which 91 weru | children. This lx an increano over the previous w.-uk | The Southern mall la through but bring* no newi. ( Onr Madeira Correspondence. Maijkiua, July 12, 1S5(). The Markets?Naval Intelligence?-Vo Political Newt. 1 Since my last, I have noticed a decided improvement in th" price of flour. Indian corn is abundant, but of inferior qua i*y, beini; much injured by lh'w eevil. Some j>artie9 are putting it in the astonptiu'a, two of which h?ve taken fire within the las' ' few d*yu, but '.lie amount of damage did not transpire. The U. S. corvette Yorktown, from the coisl of Africa, to t*il 'tfiiu in ii'?out ten ci.tya for P.Um m, is in poit. Officers and crew ure well as could l>e expected In iii the nature of ihe wrvi se. We have no mail political news. All ii quid!, the viwters having left for the >ea- 'a. -,/l Theatrical and Mualcal* Tiik Italian Om.ra at CatTLr. 0 ardkn.?The a-riea of magnificent p> rf 1 inancer by th? lUrum Opera company, wi'l toon terminate. l)u: In : the w<k pant, the per'ormnnceR have attracted thoaxandu en ry niKht,and the eutl uaiaam baa teeniuc'i oaly aa could be produced tiy vocal c3u:ta of (be h'gheat chnrietir. Thl* opera oompauy la moat admirably Relented, and basall the elements of guocem within Ua?ilf. S >aie frw ot the inogt dittingul'i e 1 muri will gi?e the beat Idea of the frrce of the mauler? Sit-ifanoni, liosio. Tedeaeo, Vuit.l, 1 oatlni IkM. Marii.i. I Loriol, C. Ilaillali. with Bo:teii>l aid Ardltl. With rurb talent, failure would be impoaa'.ble, ?n I thr public Tfill aeparate from it with uo oriiiimry regr*t. Fignor Tador ha* been jvtj attentive to tha vauM of the public, haa determined to girt Pacini'* ' Sappho," before ?io?ing. Wu wmh he would, al?o, conn ut to j.ut lilt iikuiu up lor a beuelTl All the mil irk! taate i>l N ew York woul?l rmpoud to nueti a call, and hi* uuobtruaite and gentlemanly d"P'>rtm?at wuuld be in- t by a ijuiut. but no 1?m rfB-ient t??l.mnnlal of public nrp?rt ' l.uala di Laniinermoor" will be perlKimed on M'< dnenday. Bo?iit Tnr*t?k?The great r?roe?? of the two drama* now being performed at thl? favorite and popular e?tablii-hment, induce* the manager to eontinue their r< pre?*ntati< n? Tlie entertainment* will open with thr uian.a of the "i'iiat. of the Inlet," which ha* be?B witn?M?d with the greateat mark* ot appr'itatiua. The a*eund piece, whirh baa been wri.ten by Mr ? ,.n_i , i,. v. inn ? I--i II.?? * -U.-L. bieu very ?uceeu>ful. will conclude the ^tlbrmncin. ' Tbla 1* a ?tj attractive bill. aud non.i.Vrior lb? very tnlt ntid company that appear lo bu h pn-3,a. tk--r? can be no doubt of a crowded home. I'ltpAKwit Tnurm.- I.ut night. at the Cr?t pertm n.anre thin m a.?on, a fashionable and I hroujfeJ audit! ry ttllrd tk) h 11 h a proper tribute t'> the ...iterprirv nf the mhneger. who naa made extraordinary ixertlona to aecure a ootnpany equal to the demaodi 01 the uublic. Uur apace in United, and ntr remarta muht L- brief "The School for no.imlil ' wai per toriutd l.ady TeaxJe wan handaoinely reprratot-d by a ry el< ver actreae, Miaa Aud-rtou her hr?t appe trance in ihla country She will be a favorite. if w? tray judg-- fr?m tb- applauee which greeted her performance and alio from the real merit whirh (,(Jt .. p'vd- "if ^r^^okeirnte Jtvr^ ,t0y h Vrfj prelty intereating. aad w-armly received by the audience, who encouraged her In aeveral (cene* by their applaiue She promlaea to be an acouimtion U> the theatre, and diat.lay? much talent Her aleter, KM* Adelaide llougentaila, will appear. we learn, on tfeinnolay, >nd much In expeeted i. jui report# oI her Mstnonlc n.Mllty sir W Jxividge, a* 8lr fetef Taaale. pretested a ?ti* broad outline of that character yet it wan a ro?*letent personation, and we think that be will prove a popular actor. Illi portion of the acreen Irene wai admirably Miotaiced The Mom* of Mr Hebarf wan a perfect character in Iteelf. rendered io by the performer, who d< voted him.ell to hl? author and to hi* undertaking. The auurance of Charlea Surface wai exhibited by Mr. Conway, aad we mint accord to blra the crmllt of partying tbe character on to the cloae of the pUy, with much fplrlt. and adeaireto plea** We doubt not that be may prove to be a goo] aotor generally. Our eatahilahed favorite* ran only be welootned Mr* llleld and Uri Ahlutt performed beautifully, and Mr Itarrett'a Sir Oliver *a? truly eieellent and aniatlc The Crabtree ol Mr. Wbltlog in>rlt* mor? pralaethaa we eta be*tow upon It It wan admirable The aoreen aoene, on Mr. frvderlrki' part, waa well done alao. On the vbcle, the play waa repreeented In a highly creditable Banner, aad treat credit la due to th- atage manager, Mr I.arret!, tor the correct eoatume. without whlnh, the conn dy l?eee it* charteter a?tlj> , 1. nr.. I a paet age After the comedy. ''La tiltaaa" wa< denned by Mad'Ile. Adeline, her drat appeaxaace in thla eouatry Fbe I* remarkably graceful. andhu all that ethertal llghtm m re<|alilte in a good dancer tk* waa very warmly r>|.?nied, applauded very frequently, and encored We have net Join eeen a daaeer who protalaed to boaiore p? pular To night, the l.adv of Lyona ' aad -rerlectio? 'will he preeenied aad Mad'Ue. Adeline will repeat "La (lltana " Niaioa Oaanr*. ? The appearanee ?f Mr. Piaalde at thi- theatre baa l-eea hailed with the moet eathnalaatlc eh>eriag- and why net? Mr. Planlde la a flalahed. eUpant comedian, and la a general favorite The b*autllul r<>Bie<lv of ' London Aaanrance" vi< ahlv flln-d It will ba r*p*at*d t9 night wHb th* Ptar i rjl*n?lld <a?t Mr Plarid* a* Hir lUr court Ourtly 1 L) Iid* ?* M?i llark^way H aleul ft* I'aul* Chlpp-a- | <)*'?** Murk Kr4ill?. Bad a* Dolly Hpaukar , Ot^lrnnkf. H|m Mvt Taylor Irac* ll?rk? | way. Mix Nlrkhiaoa, aa<l r*rt Mra ?attoa With aa.'h talt nt. Niblo'i taaaot fall ol b. Ing rrowia] rr-fj ' eight Ri itn'iThihtii Th* ??*nlof of t\u aat.iMlabm< at. la*'. avralr g >a< a hrllllatit a *air l*r*tlmia to 1 th* roa.an araiu-at nt tba Carloua I aaitly," Mr Rut- ' I n rail.' I raird ti l anO'imnd th* vnarawaa<abla ' al t?d< c( >1ra Hugh**, bat off. rut at a'ubatitut* H? Vtrota. hy th* p?rmla*ton oTMr NiMa. whUh < *tf rrerltid ?lih J-af*t.lng eli**r< Th? ?t>??dy *?t < ably Hiataln?4 throughout Rurtoa h-tng rhi-ra i u .1 t only f?'r hta ifr*at r?mi alulily I.at th- ?u (! n ? eon I , n>t r*al*t lii? arrh and pb**a*at?at g*atar-4 Mr Maad au capital I* Cbarl-a T'.rr*n\ Jnrdan <??* ?otit* ial?*faf Ii?'H aa Oaptala Mng'tlr- Hn Ittiat-ll 1 Bita *tld?B ? ef b*r brlag lb* b*-l r*pr?.-ataUra nf I a I'l'Wlra T"rr?n* anil th* prattr llr-ir Intarvt lr? Mr* Mn-rti It fillnl lha part ?.f III- W'id?? in ? - I ft ll*nl >tyl* la flaa Itarti.u dl<piajad l*atm<tl. I bla ( * 4 juil(iBi? al ia th* ??l??ti<in of at fin* a a > -ib* , ay ot Colin ilia'ia aa ran b* li.un I In any th' ilf? in 1>?* , Union 'Th-Rr**?fc nf I'romlaa " ' It-aogb DI??oi??l ' . Mi "Larg hlng IIyena." lor thl* imlt| N .ti.>??i Tkiitic ?Th* Jramt af t*? Sit D.'jnwa ( of Or iat-" will wmimare* tha nt-rtai nra?a'? t>it* *ra?lag. Til* part Julia T'l.rmiliy will b? u<tain*4 by Mr II A Ki-rrt and that of L^iiiw hy >ll?a I. Mt-atayar Tba mh*r fhara<-?*r? will ha a||-l by a ra- 1 II lalt ?u.| Ilnak rt'iapany Mlia Htlrlta will danaa a Migblaad fling, ami a. I wlU 'law with it* popular an I rutrr-alul pi.ra 11 I ba .'< * lurk Kirt-aiaa ' wnl-h 1 La* b*?a rri>rr*#ul>d MM mM|| fir thirty tight I n'aht*. A flu* biU lor Ihi mall aOMUai'Wi ai .a-y ol ^ twm'y At* mill Art a a Fi ? r Criaa Thin aft-aiof, A?n? Bl#b"|a. | who la (*i?*raUy ailBlti*d to h* a truly flal-U-1 ?rti?t a* r*?ardf aiBtlral a*laao? kqdl'lta tad a i barpy peculiar rtyl*. whlrh nay b? aald t?b* bar aw*. will apj^ar a* Juiilth In a I'lail rna( l.ni.,n iH lh?t 1 aanif whl*b ba* ba*n arrai n-d by Mr IWh?a It 1 roatala* all th* |>a* of th* op*ra? la tb? N?ai aiynno aria* a?l*et*d birt owly fn a> Vrtdl i work* bat aiao Iron > ibw? w " "I tiannattwl." titwramaa I'Araw " two i p?l?a arrrr i?ti( h*ra Madaai i?4?*la a^ipaara la th* beautiful balkft af tba ' naanUMx ?:ap<lr* '* Jtaimiui Mi aat-M Tba ffraat attaaatlon at tbl* aa. tahil>bB*nt la th* a><>ral and *m? lfc>ii draaa af tba "Dinrkard " wbiah la rtowdlng Iba Miwua *t>ry Bight Th* p*rh?ia?a*a? of Me#*r? Clark- Matlaway. Hanklaa M' * rl?h*r anil Mia* Kluhnya >a<?l|tlly rra*lr-d with aalbaalantld ah**ra Otrwrtc. Illlawt' band la inlni W*H ; Iba Mr frwwiawawa raratat nf aoloa, (Vaaa. ekroan a a J Inatrw m*a>al pawf?rai aawaa CtrTM Daaora A Una ?l*w and a h-tlihypmwta ad* "an la at)ay>< at tbl* **tablt* J?*at, ftoaa garaa

to tba wrnttg t til alt la tba ?raall| Mr I I lab. aaaagu at **w laaaua at t?M? MbjHb Mat ally oa tba lttb , of nag-wMea RK E DAY, AUGUST 20, 1850. NEWS FROM RIO JANEIRO. Burniufcof a Freight Vessel by the British War Steamer Sharpshooter. Burning and Capture of Several Vessels at Faranagua, by the British War Steamer Comorant. 3ESTRUATI0N OF A FORT AT PARANACUA. OPINION OF THE BRITISH CIIAliGE D'AFFAIRES. INCREASE OF DITIES Oil BRITISH GOODS. Officers of the 1 .8. Ship Southampton. Fourth of July on Board the Steamer Goliab, *?., &c.. dtc. We have received our correspondence and papern t>y the bark E. Carning, Captain Floyd, which ur rived at this port on Saturday. We gave a portion of the new* in the Herald of Sunday. Our letters are of the highe?t intereat. OVR BRAZIL. CORRls.spo.NDBNOK. liio d8 Janbkio, July (?, H30. Rio and its Prodwtiont? The Britith U.imc Played with Brazil?Burning of Brazilian crtaie of Vutiet?J-'nuuueinent?Mr. Huihon. the British Churn? W AJfuire*?l'roiptcti, iff., Q-c. llio, which is the celebruted mart fur much that s bud?le, slavery, sin, and corruption, of every Bort ?is ulbo ctlebr&ted for its collee, its tine oranges ind foaimaii.it*, and also for the richness of its scinlul and gossip, and all our dignataries, as well us nost of our citr/ens resident here, come in for their iliare in the pie?but more of thiu anon. Other mereMing and important matters induce me now to idilrrss you, and I mutt beg you aud your readers 0 be patient until my next communication from lere, which shall be soon. I need not recite to you, or to your intelligent eaders, how " Britannia rules the sea?," n?r how ihe is even engaged in oppressing the weaker unions of the earth. But recent important events in [3razil demand my notice at this time. You are aware that Great Britain has for many rears maintained an expensive squadron on this oust, under pretence of humanity's sake, for the luppression of the slave trade, but which philanthro>ibt?, the wcrld over, have discovered i* kept for *o other purpose than oppression, to Sunder and perquisites for noblen who, to a man, ridicule the idea ol ithmpy ind huminity, and who, to a man, will ear 1 vmack, measuring fifty or sixty ton-, which ifo save captured, measures three or four tunes the imount, since the greater the tonnage Ihe larger 1 lie hntintv Within the paat fortnight, II. B. M. staaiuers-ofvar Sharpshooter and Cormorant, on this station, utve endeavored to prove the necessity of their nituiion, and to give support to the ministry at ionic, as writ as also to enrich themselves from a ource ol plunder whi'-h circurusUiiees at homo >rm to give signs thut they mast, ere Ionic, !>e deprived of, and have been most industriously en[aged in arixieg and burning a Urge number of l)ra>.iiinn vt?wI?, and, la many inst inces, within <un lire of tbe liraailian forts, under preten>t of iheir being engaged in the slave trad?; and it is i**ll ascertained tli.it, in many instanc-s, the vessel* they bnve sei/rd luve been Uwlully enutgeil m the commerce of this country, and b id niM th<9 remotest cotinecuon with the slave trt'*" How -ver, it is strongly aiaenedt^ John f?? u dr_ em.ii.ed to compel ^ 0rat,, lo l4ke hl, l)ianu. *c'n,r* ' - duty ot fill, en |>er cent, instead o,' and that, as a mean* to au end, *he will ojw her commerce. Last week a snail smack, of xme thirty of forty tons, and which h?d been trad* ug as a freighter between this port aad Cape Frio or the past twenty years, was going out of the ! larhor and was srited and burned by tha Sharp- I ihooter. This, among nveral other awniltf ctaej, | hlled forth the following tpprooriate lines, which were published in the Jvrnai au Vomrrcio, of the 2>th ult : ? ijw? wioort-ntn iit kios-vt kvexh. The Minister 4r*m* to hi- 141** dreams, That all to his will moil bo* ; That a pnrposx gator d. tor humanity fslgasd, > rsah laarsls will plaes oa his bro?. Us pittas ths tlaTrs' Why. a million of graves Uaps wMa near bis man*loa's door. (Wblla treasam Is dratsed, lor humtnlly fsigneJ) To swallow tbs starving poor. A patriot ha : Why ths Quaaa ot thn 8sa f rom har'smptrs should bani?h ths knavs U K.... .......?.... r... h <-i-..-.i Contempt lor tka good and tka hrara. 1 11a baa UmUl.?J iL? nam a of the nation whoaa fane W aa krlghi tba vUtoo* of won ; Arid Kupland kaa drlgaad for humanity fidgaal, To xtojp to Injuxtlc* and *ron^ Tba flag of Our trl* haJ fl >at< d long wbila. Nor btrn by tba Wilxt 4rU?d But that pr?ud flag l? itiiard. far humanity Mga'd. And lo pintbr* now nearly aliirrf ANOMCVI. Since the? the Ckuikr of Drpilm, haviutf no >tbrr me ana vf retaliation, have |m ?m d a law, l>y a inamtnoua vote, impound nn additional duty of aaty \#r cent , rmIiikk th- whole duty ninety per rent, on Brriah got><1*. to lake ellect in three noniha '1'lna morning, intelligent e reached h^r* that H. It M. aieariKr of war Cormorant, had rn rtd the liaibor of Paranagtia, a (>.irt aom* three lUtdrrd mU?*a touth ?t thie, atid hoarded, and aet lie to acveml Urxziuaa v*a>rU, and, taking two thera in low, nii*-Ri|4ed to out of th* harbor, 1 a hen ehe wa? lirrd h|kii from the fort, aud two urn w?ra killed. I'imhi ihia the Cormorant let 1 L - I .> u. ,u_ t I" "T? f ? iciuiurn inr mr iii?" iim, k bich lie ? h.ii d>*ni?li?hed to the groiiid, and fc*m taking kef ( ?!* ? in low, procer Jed to ?? ?, ( lid arrived at .hi* |n>rt this morning. Tn<* Itmil- | i?i.? IUC C"iiM'JrrB>?i)> ex**i>eratrd at thnviveT.eate, aad il it ><iid placard* have been Murk up limrwd the U>?l, Cillir.tf u X)ii lh>- to HxtfT' Miwid riot I* >:<??"Kill ihe l.niji.h " _ It iimiI, i.y mine, that Mr. liudsod, II. B M Charge a'Allaire*, di?owni th?*e a|^nMW,Ju4, M'ii?? .jiirntiy, iliu* Ur, ha* not ti?d hi* [awjutU i^fi'd tu him; (>iii, al'ier try new* ol to-day, we ti??l enfjr?t Mine itriporunt cn?ia II MK?rr, 1 bua far, |Mn>r 11 r?Kil b.i- had in yirl.l to rt*rf ' and i mi nil which KngUnd ha* a*Ti til to i? >otB ii|*?? her There it no douht htii Uracil I* *ad nmigh, *1111 that nitnjr ol her legi*ia<or* ti?v? icied with more or lee* duplicit/ with Great ttritma; ?et, Miualed a* thia eoiutry ia, IliatlifH 1 ull toi liiaml lo put dowu the *U?e Wad', and fet it ia too buiitiliniing for her lo allow tmnju i?tto**i? enkrr h- r harnor and part*, an! aaaum* he juMnU<:lfc<n *>( lit r own l*?*, ? hull ?b j i*ily Una* the i(at lo exercire hernelf, in hn o?*m *mv. Hut I nm*t rl*t?. 7 he ni-rket ia *<id to he cleared of < o(T-e, far l>e pterent ai?d ^rio?a are turner. The following i* a list o( officer* attached to th? I urn d nutei ?tore *hi(> ^t?mn?ni|>toii i? f^eur. innn.dii.u, J- i Ilaaljr; l.teuieuant, >1. IS. ^ elaey ; Farter, h II. Hrymliii, Acting >l<*t?r, I. ft. Maury j Ami*iani l*uM?eo?, J. K lixrri?oa ; I'amed Mio*hi|t*ian, J H M"< ail-jr; C?rp>-?terf I. Linn; Utyum'i Unli,i York} l*tira?r'a iJlerfc, . H. Unfile jr. The Sou ilia mi>t on ia to atil in | iboui itn da)a, fur New York. No fellow faver m board ow* ouban cobrbxrom.b* ? On IWhk >r*A*K? trocia*, I At BBcbor i* Kin J*ueir?, Jul* A, MlO $ Tfce >'*?rM of July m MmUk Amtr ua T 4e*yai i?he# n letter to yotf Irom IVrnawhuco, > Ike I Till uf J une, via IStlelH, whM-ll I premnne |?a hm rrceirH *< |*il>li>Aed I will now en- I leavor lo give yun a 4e*eri|-Ui>? of the iiel?M?lio? > :>l the Fiiimh nf July, on hoard the (toliah, in I hi* hmptttmt It bad h*. >i re?.*?ea at a nveei ?? ( lite OvlKtb Dehaanf Clah, lo oel'brale the 'ay ia a maaai-r hrtnaimi A*mnr?n?i Mr. H. H Wym?B (a Vie?b*r) #eb-eled aa ibe orator of | li? day, nod Weil ?m! be HHibar^e tbe duty m< I mi-ed IiiNi. (I tend Witb this r"lT " ?b^ of%I.i It ) Ml. It K W * rfi^n, (ih' *e.rr?tif\j, *?* ' >*4ee?*d m? read tba immofiai L** awn*i*oa at kmt . rmmltttuc, ?hM.b ?at; b? dmoju/?c4 viU auk [ERA 1 tVf'i i credit. A general invitation wan extended to all , American shipmasters in the port, and some two i or three Athenian resident#, amongst whom were ; ex-Governor Kent, of Maine, our worthy Consul, and Dr. Whittemore, of .Scituate, Massachusetts, "with his lady. About 11A.M. the company began to assemble on the quarter deck, amongst whom were several ladles ot American shipm isters. l'recisely at 12 o'clock, the ceremonies commenced, by the meeting being called to order hy Capt. Thorn i?, the president of the club. The minutes of the l ist meeting having been re*d and approved, the rending of the Declaration commenced, and when finished, received three hearty cheers, after wbicti the oration was delivered in an excellent manner, with the exception of a little trepidation, it b?ni4 his liist upi>earance before so large an audience At its conclusion, it? sentiments were responded t > by three times three, which was answered from the American vessels lying near us, and the ringing ot (lie bells of the steamers Antelope and Go itiileuce. The English and iinuilian men-of-w r, lying in the har.'-or, hoisted the American en* :a at the fore, in honor of th? day ; at the clone of tie oration, it was proposed that those who had hoi >>red us on the occasion, should be admitted as honorary members of the Debating Club, which motion wus earned unanimously. After the exerci??? on the quarter deck, the company repaired to the ealoon, and sat down to a taftk loaded with the good things of this life. After having dnue justice to the viands, the cloth was removed and toasts drank, h few of winch I send from memory. 1st. "The day we celebrate"?drank with three hearty cheers. 2d. "The health of our distinguished guest, Gov. Kent, the aide representative of the United States, at the port of Kio Juueiro;" to which the Governor replied in a very happy manner, enjoining upon all to cherish that love of the Union and the constitution, cherished aud se.iled by the deeds of the immoit^l Washington. 1 regret 1 cnniiot Kive you a full ieport of Ins remarks, but they breathed such sentiments as would fall fn.m the lip?of every true hearted American; he was frttpiently interrupted by applause, and concluded by proposing the memory of Washington, (drank standing, in silence.) "The Udies, God bless thein!?God's last best gift to iiidti." "Our absent friends." " The stars and stripes? ' Forever float that i-tandard rheot, Its tolds envelope thu globe, 1 he mantis of dsmuoracjr, Our great Republic's roo? ' "The American Eagle?M ly she live in unity with her triendo, but spread her wings over her enemies iind draw them together without losing a feather." " The United States of America?A world of itself?may the clou.Is ol distension wnich have been lowering above its horuon lie so.rn dissipated by the sunshine of concord." Dr. Whitteinore, (t>y a Brazilian)?"The United States of America?ller form of gorerwnent ia a model for the whole world." " Zachary Taylor, the hero of Bueni Vista aud President ol the greatest nation of the earth " The American Navy. 'Hall Columbia, hapt>Y land ' Ii.ouK may thy liiouer ware." " Tae Union?May it continue to prosper with hi i bucceedint; year, and may it ever be, a* well xj ri e.?d by Morri*, ' A umoti of I ikM h union of land*; A union of Matt# none caa saver ; A u onul lj.art? a unlou of hauj* Amur lean Laion forwver.' Volubtetr toiiot by ex-(.iovernor Kent*-" The mjjeror and IJinnire of iirazil, in whose water# we eeiebrili* llm day ?May j? uc>-ud mutu il M > I I will Ix'tween this land iind our u*'u be perpetual " "The memory ot John C. Cathoim"?standing, in silence. "Long life to Henry Clay?M ty hi* prayer* and exertion* to save our tteloved Uniou be ?u cessful." l>nuik with nine hesr'.y cheers and the song of "Here's to you, Harry Clay." W? arrived here on the 2>>th of June, and are now sliding ih? ylta|>e ot the Oiilnh by takiuK oil her guard*, which were a jjrcni iMpediiiieni to lit r ?|?> * (I. The Aui'-ln,"* ??n?e I bore on ill A' i, tlmi)-eiyhi du>D from New York, Itaviug i>ut tmo Lrptnlw ZSauto for Intl. She nail* li>-m?llJW. llm i outid? ore arrived also on the 27tb, .ml sails tin* 1*. M. Wf i-?|n*ci tu Sail about the lOik ol Augtl.l. Hiac? we. nlve been here, the bullish auiMii h.ivtj t-eueil two lira/, nan coasters, under the pre'..nr,. that they were slavers, and in retaliation, the House of I>eputndor*, ot Uracil, hfcve litfu rmincd lo rai?e the dutiea on bngli <h lmi?*ru Kj |a*r cent. Thm 1a all th? political new* of importance. i will write again fiom the ner,l j?ort? 1 an 0| portuniiy occuta. Annexed la a sketch of the oration allude.1 to above : "FtHow American*:?We have a:-*entbled t<ifeJier to celebrate the anniversary of a diy which may justly be termed the birthday of our country'* independence? ^ aity wt?,cti wilt ever be held in remembrance by every one in whuM heart How* one dtop sf Arii'rtcau Mom!, or in whose breast glitters one sp?ik of love for thai l.uid over which itie "siar spangled blotter" wave*. "Although assembled under circumstance* of a very peculiar natuie?separated aa we are Iro n our homer, friends, ttoiu all that we luve and hold dear? though we have not freedom'* soil beueatn oar feet, yet hate we fieeJc.u'a banut r waving ov.-r ua, and we ure hound to ree|?ect the day. Hut a* no ingenious or elaborate exordium i* necessary to l>llllfc oiii I'll i i ll all i.i.irOjiriale ftMM M commemorate one of the greati'*! ev.-r.l* 111 it liua ever occurred in the history of our own or any Mher halloa, I will proceed at ouce lothecon?tderation ! those topic* whi? b 1 deem mo?t suitable lo the occeston. Vim are all aware, no doubt, of tbe nature of that iWlaruMon which we hive jtiaf had the pleasure of heiring revl?o:ic to j which history bear* honorable lesti.aouj ? a writ- j ing which hna lltred ia the eyes of the world * Inch bore the declaration of th ibdet-rideii *e of millions, the influence of which shall be fell in moral conflict, which shall be alter ted not with the sword on the breastplates cf tyranny, ami 1 the shock of atortn) and victorious battle, but in the tirun.fh of truih, love, and n* Merman's*, ov-r every institution that d<gra.l's ami disfranchises man (cheers) ; and it is unuecesaary fur me, on this occasion, to recount the dangers to whi<:h our forefather* exja red Uwiiiariv* s in preserving thit crciaraiton, n>r )ou c mii'it out &e n< -jimiii >1 w.i/i thrni; mflicirnl to my, Unit they left it to u* nil n rich Irgacy, written wnli IkfU hand*an I *r?l?<i with tin ir Mood. An<l ?h*li wr nut eheriah II ' I* there in- la tMa iMd* nmh who en aa*w?t not (Loudriira of "no ' no '*') I truit not. but they have left u? a rit her inkirilmtN Ih.m thia? one which ?h? y fought, bird, anil dird to atum; and one in which it l>eco.nr? u?, aa thnr children ml krirn, to Invr and |<rotrc?, li tj <weet word ?that thry haw Irll ut ; and fur it wr will i>r->u4ly chemh tlirir memory. (t heera ) We will twine rronnd their rmnira a wrr*th of glory. We r*n- | tier thrm an homier, uad aw<trd them triumph prratrr than rvrr monarch or w?rnor wore. At I ihti> motni-ai, million* throughout the v?at rrpohlic which f|'rung from the found itloii thtt 1 hr> I I I, re nriting in* ir hearta and voire* in h >11011 u hrir ni'im ry, and noon oih?ra will unite <vi'h hi m fn m < itiea whoar foundation* yet rem into , I* In id. and in ca|>it*lt of Stair* who** ?t tin re yet tn r??r into thr crowded ctlny of our fl iir I f)< rd the 1!<m h) mount.-inf. ' Vbtn Ik* run. with *rflar flr-a, t.n?t> on th<- ???t IVIVi ilHf, Th? (hil<rM of |br iitrioi ?ir?? Thin ha.l>#el lay (lt*? u>) aha'! k I?el ur.thrn, lie trur to our truaia; let i.oi thia tarred (lift he wrenched from our nr*a|>, ikit lei ua rrii|> i rich rrijoynient fiom it ounrlvrf, *nd irciire it m our children aud our children'* childien. How ?I?n>I we do it 1 Let ua |mum and con>idrri it ia ? juoiiciti of gieat Importance; U|xw ua real* a gr<-?t sr?|i nubility Allow on', thru, to throw out l< w hit<ia wj<??? tnia lubj-ct, cud jinl^c* lite not harahly if the* n:e?t not )<mr view?, (or 1 feel rnynelf ill qualified ft>l tl.e ta?k. "lu ilie brat | l?ce. tlt> n, let ua do nil that li?* in our |? w*r lor the true |>ro?reaa and ^ i-p>rny of our icuitiiy. One of the iinoI prominent and (loru.ua c Imrac <-n~uc? of uur riiMir) in i*a c?|??ity tor |ilogree*. I would nor that we erect only the M'1*' oua rri? ni'men ot w> altii and | h> meal |?wer?. tut ihe laiare durable lahric ot uiteliertaal and total cxceiWnce; fur the Bwn who really dcairea it.* irtie f it git-ea of hia country, cannot but decide that the laiin ia the only way of mailing true i>roJi'n; ai>d we are, mi a? doing, aecuriag Ihe inalenaia for a rrnowu mere la?iiog than the pyramid*, riiore durable titan the aeven-hilled <?nr. The chalnc'er of a nation, like I hut of an M>li*idaal. unn lite influence winch it haa e?erted upon ita own deatiniea. or the deelinaea ol humanity; upon ihe fact whether it h*a cruahed and |-eivetl?d, i r rii ?elo^a-d, the nund of the race. I ihobld think it hut in le honor to America, at the pt>?ent era o? the world, il alle w?a merely aalia- i bed wi h ii ma Mill.k wtalih or o*-? upyiag a ** ? e*- J t nt ol territory ? ni) If *h* nieiely d??-B iIim, how can it he aaid thai ehe ia making Ifwe ptofrea*' An t?? litl Wraith, in what can ah? Heel ihe lifiln* , At to h?r d> intin. h? w can ahe aur,?.<w tb* pomp | ai.d i owe r nt er tent Im*' ' v ? ,?i a > ,' it.u'i uui, ia ia> - .? , age# m um mm*, wfceg the bidift ot npott- I LD. , TWO CENTS. lion and ignorance lay* heavy on the multitude, and when the " red right arm" and the "unsheathed sword" were almost the only instruments of > honor and renown. And in this the idea which 1 America id to fulfil! In the strong race that \ come a up from her stream* and her mountains, I from the portals of her free institutions, and the cherished soil of her battle fields, only to work out , the designs of wealth and territorial grandeur! la 1 the power of our country to consist only in thiat The i,mli that bore Columbus across the unknown deep, cries out against it The hopes that lU d'scovery kindle;! in tiie hearts of the philantropist and the Christian, cry out againstit. The principles that were wrought out in exile and prayer, and sealed with blood, cry out against it. The privileges that were obtained by our forefathers, through sacrifice and blood, cry out against it. " Hut it requires vigorous exertion to check the tendency of the age. The desire for wealth, for acquisition, up|>ears at present to be the all absorbing sentiment*; we have examples of it in the thousands who have left their homes, to try their fortunes in the gold mines of our newly acquired territory; and there are quite a number of that clasa present. We have constructed railroads, can ila, ami bridges, and steamers, and reared towns and cities, and forges and mills, and looms, and stretched the telegraphic wire* from Maine to Louisiana, but how few, in comparison to these, are our mo numents of intellectual and moral greatness! Bu even if they are equal to these, ought we not t l>e superior 1 As 1 have said before, there isacaiM. oily in our country for progress Le*t us atanl, ili-*n lib though we were pi iced oil watch towers. L? us look abroad, ii|>on thin voodly heritage, and sea w hat we can do for it. While throucti .ire totter iii?r, and hoary dynaitiej are crumbling nwty w hile a voice it* rising in the dungeon.s and palace of despotism?a voice of retribution and revenue while theie Immunity, just leaping from its bondage, bus luude a weapon of its broken chains, I to snnte and to destroy, let it be said of America, | that, ill the dear, calm, light of freedom, she 1.4 growing in strength and beauty, shedding abroad upon the race immortal blessings. Let not those who seek their own intTeata more than their country V, undermine the foundation* upon which our cherished institutions are built; hut let us labor thHt th'-y may increase in greatness, until the world shall be profited by the influence which they exrrt; and It t us labor to thwart the designs of those wlio would sever the bonds which unite an in one common cause. Let our motto he?'Our country uud her welfare."* The above is a part of the address. It breathes the same spirit throughout; but it* t<io long to copy in full, at it occupies Home six sheets of foolscap pai^er. In conclusion, the orator said?" And, by the blessing of Got!, may that country itself become n va.-t and splendid monument, not of oppn ssiou and teiror, but of wisdom, and peace, a ad I liberty, upon which the world may gaze with admiration tor ever." Fk.nei.ov Kid liw<il<l,.Tulf 1.1&) The American arrival* in .luiis wer#?nix with eargoc?. lour in Imllaj.t, nine Califoi uiau*. on? transport, huh two ?t< umi rn Import* Irom Unitad State* - K003 bbl* flour. 10 I park doineitici. l.OWi bbl* rcsia, iilti) krgi lard, 000 bam*, and Mnidrle* Klou* ?The *al?n during the month *?nr? about 9 000 bbl* . at rather impririuir prise* Kic-liui 'ii l 1 H|) a 19||, and frenh Baltimore at 1T||. The Hook it reltiosJ to 2.700 bbla liaxall. SOO Uallego. an<l J 000 il^ltou 'fa. I lloldUN uf v i ry tirni and kiiup a-kiog i, i <M*> for Riotai rnouJ Tb>- l>*k- rs ?r? ouly iuod?r?t*-ly xut>pti?.| H ila* I of rotiii at 5 .4,0 a 5i 5<K) l*(i?tru) ouillti, WKira l. trtl I axi a Hll)r?. bomr-tiea r?ry dull, the itork 1* ?b >ut ! I MX) package*- held lor htghur Tbafuwkila* making have Wo at awir* tar l>lu? drilU iSurn for bala atrip**. HOUrx York ditto 'J'JOat. brown drill*. ]0um Uu liieh Applvton Cm-'i-m? The account" from Kuropa and Unltad4t*V*g hnv* caua* d prlea* to (l? way. and tba ul>it barn to a rcniddviabioH*t< nt. ehk-tly for Kurupe al.V'K)* S.i7t0 iuperl"r* 3|.<W good f mix -d lot*, 3|i,i) ? 3 400 : good Hi*.'* The receipt* bar*- bran vary uiderata, aid ! tba tock* reduced to 2& l)U0 b?j{< montly ordinary and i chiefly n?w Tha MMOU It now an tar adranned that I wa ran apeak witb certnluty ?? to th? probabl* remit { of tb? t?>w crop. biiTiug taken great palm t? obtain I emrtrt information Tba crop Ixl. w tha mountain*. u?ually bit* Will not rxcead mm, and i? <jI wry poor quality, etk'irtly unfit tor ih? Iniirnl 8tataa TU? nop above tlia maunI taine will b* only rugular on', and tba ijaaiity J quitr itferiorto tba W?t judging from tlia lew >1.11,1 la* iiat appeared and fiom report* traiu *11 th*dl>trjl* I Tba plantar* ara atlll liaay in amuring thai: rr i|>< vid 1 hating li<> old coflea to land down tba reen^t* will ba | vary trifling. tiU Auguat; and It 1* tba opIn'i-B of < >a| I jnogia tl at tba abipuiint* Irnm July l?t tu Janumy l?t, 1 1861, will HQ*aTfeed lb??? *1 kL* Haina period ul t | *?v VAX) l.tj*. vLlOk> Heiiii u??k" tua t gat tf tct >1 "t>l* 1 iiauoo b*n \\ ? f-Mil tarj c u#.?t it will nuti'k.* X Wx'UW b:i(5t AnitW-r powerful r'R" " *l?f t (It not eou><- forvuril tr??ly . i? I hi I >m prl i? ?i H>'( ttf wrallby nl?nt?r? pr> It-rring to ki'-p It h?->k i tor lil|{L?r prlci-a l?t?r In thu ??a?on In our rlrr ilir I of lint April, n ntlgiit*4 tin t0 4r?l?- ?ri?f i to I t Jul/ at li 000 b?i{? tb? quantit/ J >? d >1 ?* . r?ni CO014 l'?jr- and th- r?-?tpt la Jul/ w? <11 a ?t utiiMt' orrr 1 600 pur day. I'ntll Aii(o*l >u<l b?r. thm will b? no abnadan<*a. n?l:n?r ran ?'iy $. xl l caigco* be obtained fijr the linltad JtttM uatll iVn. 1 It l? rrmukllbla ful tltt (b? rlfirlt li li< Vlltil i State* during April *la; aaJJuu- lia 1 h?-?n only M j I'M rent ot til' quantity rip >rl?4 in IIM IoJIMj Juj ring th* tarn* | ?rt d, built i. tut ba*? ar-ra,*.? per B, At til againit 67 867 To Kurop* the etport bad b?*B but U p? r >**ut From pr.-.mt *p|>earaa<:?, tha ??p rta ' in Julj and Augn*t, thl* j?*r wilt not b? mora t.laa M) p?r ri-nt ot tha u?utl onA Th* total aip-m la ' June tai MMi* bag*, of (bioh lB,91tl weot to Unltfd | 8tat??. a> follow*: ? l.ml hi mthlkt. t"4!?. J.i*. fVfc A/.irrA April. Mill. J**/. firm Void. 7\|?| 1.1,Tin J.WH 17.-"-' It* IVU? 4 >* |i*llin?.r* X?,rM |?,.V.'j 7.7X1 ll.WWi i.,7?> ? II Mf h. o>t<*! *..i>i,in ev7r< M*? w.:*j ttu 4,7t? ? I'tiiliuUlphla 2t>S4'i S,.YI7 I.KI - 4,1.11 ijtit ? Hi *l?a (I Kit ? ? !Ct| ? ? ? ??arl**lea.. 11,717 ? ? S.*M ? ? ? 8a<*iiaak... ?,HJ ? ? ? ? ? ? Mia ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Ml.iVI 101.S73 njtn So TJ*U U.M I >!? rmtl report* H in. p-rut.1. Jar M /n tmr n.nMa. t'. *r I M4, N?w T'-fh 11/Ml t>. +1 lUltlir r* Iki.HH I fc#? <>fI,an r>i.'f?'t ilaoi|t>i* <i iv. v. nut It .v ? 7 71J J-IS4 (Wiiima 11,711 is.1H >a? rah J.I-1 1.14 Ilia ? 2 H0 ?71,l?4 77 ?. I # lir. i'ii* in t?*?ra m >atl.* aaliai J*ly I , I The ?*>>..it of th- rr. p of IS4V hi* b ? u an foil >?*, ?< I. pari "1 w.th tn* rri xi "f 1 <4? (.? ? V K ftri. T'lint. rnp IM* T71ll'< Uj'i.tf Cwpl**... ?v.im in itl i.ii i,.tii I?*r>aa* ??P.P*7 IP-.!-* Am.M* In V>? par a. V 't par l'\r"r?. tbua pr Tint Uu't ' ur a*tliuai*a fr ??i ih? cttn ia?n?a m?rt Ihtl Hi- drtrlrae; would b< upaarda of ittuugt ba(t '<T Kl.liUU.iOl |>oulid*. Hat# h??u d?rp?rt iH* ltli>lliiiili| otbar nplnliia ti lb* Wiatrary, W# al>o M an ?i?i pi)hi4?*m In tut ?! <>? ? b??? (!* of tba probabl* rwuil of tin arop of HH. Hi u>.? - Tfe* ? r<|i> r iau4 nW< >UHt at litt 1*1 ri lor llabt Klo <ir*n4* Ta* iwnk li iir <1 nil* r?dom>4l >] xnn? h -I l?rt -alii aot uti.it ? prtaa. 1 b? arniuuU Irvm tb? South rap >rt a Mttull; t.i4 lil?h prteaa F-m mt?Ii??? bm* rtlktr Stl<k t? Itmpt, hut tra apaln < !!. al*a l? lh? l'alta<i Mtlrt 'in nai u rat** af? TWa a Hi. Thara ar? but l*w un?af***l ?'? ?! la port, aud ah-a ?off.i> b-citn?a aitiiml tut, rain aiay alraaoa t Hi. N??r kj tduaily >! - > >? I ti27 ',4 a 2? , I <?M mail Wlti| tlnaa at >74 tb?a- ai ih pra?-at rai?< We ?ra, faty truly joar ?? I t frr'la , roi.rma<? iiurroxt.o Pnllrr I nlrl lln< n r r. I T"?t?-nf ty m I a't?i -Y?at?r<lay, a awtfl mulatto lily of about t*a y art of a<? ?li brvtfht Inllif ^illwinart b-for? Ju?Hm Loiarop by nai I nliitat *bo atatad that lb* boy tai tl?<t| *a I | Inlta la a vary aaf< tllai t?4 htia-im manner by a . . - nag at Mo pj i'b ?i Lam atrrat. a Dagurrraotyptat altb ab'ia lb* itoy ?ai I t? ? a> li*ii ? lit lb* nt|lMral* a-line tit- boy alitl lilt rtan ?* h- t?pil I Aii?rt Tarv-xitf aaa potat*4 If Mr Taraw<l a?b!'?aian trb"Ui b? c?|l?(| bit fatbar. Vr Vti?ni4 Ui'tt at*l*4 lo ib? eoari that th* bny , him ?'> aa4 ?? bora In Itaaiara'* ?? nf tba tafltaV * at lailla |<|?n<li ml IN' h* I-ft far tbunnatrj ba lb* Iwt tlttl bin ?< lh? raqu?l J U? uiih.f alata that IliM h- 0'ar??o4l bw inrr^il t aliit* ?>mii i?4 thin a ?4nr?*4 k'/ ?< bun livitkf m bla I-Buly aith bi* olh t c hi 1-1 ran tha b' ) ?? oarf la a ?>? lutarrabla iaaua*r. aul hta b >1 f ( htia tha nuki of tloUat dwi?? a? n?r? anJ eat* ??r? llllklt I* biti t hi* Jt-rwri Th-' a)??taI Irata t(wl rf>ar*? nf tbr b<7 and plarad Mm la ha f hirj? ?f th? liwp?f ol lb? fltf pr,, "? anlH ha fw* ftrr lafritifalil I ha a?-daat of ilta (mi>? ln?rlt | bia Ht Ihr Var*??d mdnUf that a? tl?ea. ha ha* | tbaatl.ad tbr I v) far i.aaadaet h?i I a II to tad aitkiag ! Mora tbail aDv paraat > >* *" lovar.U lila ahlld fh* rrara abltb th< b?j aihlhiu. Mr Var?a.?l ?r*. ba ban ractlrrd fro? p-raoaa vblla pUjiug la lb* itrxl ^(rfrifM Vifinaa OUaar 01 la-apta of I ha fourth I vara prraatrd jart-rd?t f?n* paranaa r 01-d tla{ lay J aba aaa b tj til al? a J>.hn Onjla and 'aia-a tiivn lan. | oa na|ilali | at robbing * aalinr at Ml la "* af Ul< I aartar houaaa anrnar at Haaatali ana lltartf ilraHa Tha part la a vara all ~'tn?it >a<l lor a larttar baartag t'u '-'a ? k lallaa Mlla< J mr-a Rilajr >< rraalad ja-tardnf r>a a chnrfra of attempting ?n plan I tha portal of Roh?rt I'arkla vblla mi b->?*l 'ba taaaib- at Troj Ofllaat Wooal took thx aaewaaj !<?* atM Jnfc* lll?? f>? a hay Ma t"?lai| la 1Ti?W>i|l?? marbat aavjht la t ha a*t < plahla? tha prwhat af a *r Caflb Tha v aao? f?(aa ata a? hr trial Tfcara ?fa ' mt ? IMP'. !* \ l> . t"l' -f I tha ta%h fen tba aiaMat dart?j Ua [inill^ 1 ikm ?a;i mNMwt|t? tra J *