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Moll in Till IT Win:. Mr
I'lipt mi tin Mil.i,, is brief ii ml to I he aM'inbly. A inoro I'lcasinu' tiik I never
noinl. SIicmiis: "KirHl ml ii h il'. kki-i.. : .leiloi'ini'il. HI were tbi niL'lit ill New
...inl, be patient."
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ii hie i no III nie .'ni in i ,. i
ennl'e.lelatinll J.r. iiit f'l a M'li.'F nl' t
(ions tlm I'nrtbest pru-ible r. ni.'te
on n alliiir, to vi it, lMV.ly
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I into tbe IIoiim
I"1"1'- tlie India 1'i.liev ,.f .lid Ilriti-li Cnbinel.
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iiu-is neeiiien n iiiuingiii nv nie I'eii.y
of tho frlnve trade cannot be executed Mmntrv, allbouli Lord hlleiiborouli re
witliout forcibly boardin,i Ainerienii sliijis f-jyn d In seat in the Cabinet iniinedinte
ot Boa in time of ,eaee, and that tho obli- y , tl(. i ( ,.0l..ftioii of the resolution
eationi" fronted bv them eonler not only ... . ... .. .....
the right thus to violate tho Aim'i i. an (W. " ltl"ml "mtlu I'"' (hseu-sion, orn vote
but niako this nienuro a duty, then it i.i to be taken.
also the duty of France to pin-tic the Naple rejects the demands made by Ihe
same eour-e. Sliould he put thih con- Irtish -ov'crinncnt, of indcinnitv to the
struction upon her oblixation., it is obvi- . , ., . "
... ii ..I i'. id ? i i i eii'Miieers caitured inion thesteniner ( n2-
ous that tho L in toil Mates niu-t do to her e i i
nstliey will do to lCndim.!, if sho persists linri, for tlieli-impi isoninent. The Neaj.o-
in this nttaet uj.on their ind('iendence. lihm jroverninent was mnkinj; active niili
Should Bhe not, it does, not become me to ,!iry jneparal ion for a defence.
invpHtk'nte the nature of her position -n i, i t i . i .
... fc . . .., . . 1 , The lied Sea has been sounded to n.-ccr-
with respect to oneol her associates, whose
opinion respecting their relative diuies tain its iida. lability for liiyinp a marine
wouid be so widely ilill'ei ctit li'om her nivn. telegraph. Tlm report is favorable to the
nut I may ex.ress tbe hope that tho gov
York or llcston, or nnv other land of p
tn.iili.il lilertv. liresidiii!' at snme nbnli-
r- A M k.h IiM Ision. Hie ( Hilton (Mo) ,,,,, or Cmatie liieet 1, I should Hoi led
THE NEWS s,il1" tllnt' I'10 l-i'llislatiire of myself more ch vntcil, norlrill'so highly
,, ., i r i . ., . 1 Mi-'"" i, at Ihe fcssiiiu of IS'n',-7, j.asscd Lonorcl a I now feel. lmit tiling tlmt
by the an n ni nf the Am.-nca at l!o-lnn . m, ,,, iIlstrll,.,iMjj ,lf. ..Sla,,. .iirnri),n M,! make this remark to pim the gnod-iiill
on l iidiiy lai l, we have three days Inter fiirni-h each liielnber of the Legislature 0,. ,'i,-0 f nnv, I speak it from the hon-
iM1, ivilh a co,y of (he Holy liibb.', .V. Jiwirn ,.( ennvietion of my own mind, .judging
"''""' nli bv mvscll, that we are this night en-
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htbv Ihi- ve,.-cl istheilelent oftbe Kx-t!..v. I'ollock is s.okell -A by the JJ 7" f '"'' I" ' '! '
1 nnv ,'lnss ol men I ike to have said the
introduced by Mr. nppns,,,,,,, a candidate for the .supreme ,;. , lA,ull (,,,..,,,1,i ,. .....,. ,,..
few cares to li-tuib the iieare of our
advi. c-IVoin )'urn.e. The most im.ort
intelligence ill a pnlitirnl jmint of view
tiived to make tlielil a niMHting n nicy
w ere iin .-r t im-ti t . under n show of nn ex
pression nf legislative opinion. They were
sent during the last se-siou nf the Louisia
na Semite.' but that body refused to bun
dle the dirty nIVair in any manner, rcl'n
sed to have tlieni inscribed on their min
utes, or even to sutler any mention to be;
made, in their recorded proceeding. 1 hey
mo to light u nu n ami mvhi tint to In,
liabo lieal I hiilaet. r. In H bile numbornf
the Herald nf I'l ecdoln. a l'.lack Iteptibli.
,1'nu ilouina! I'liblished in the Territory of
1 , linia.. .biin.s lt'ei.iith, the editor of tlmt
ipa.. r, and from hi o.-iiion well ncipnin.
I led w ill) tlie net ion of La lie. s;i s :
I ' "We arc ready to swear in any court nf
' Justice or to make "I'lenin nllidavit nf the
! fact, that (iencral Lane iutini'iled to in
that if (iov. Iienvir challenged him, M
I w. ,iil. I have him .ilt out of tlie way by the
secret order known n the llaiules.
'I bis secret older of li.inites, are a bund
f mi ll organized by the Mormons, hound
ll,. l,,l.l l,..l.- lo the liolelll- nl mi l
il,i.o"l.'iihoiii tb.-v had been received. ! together h the most bias , heinous oath,
Heiieh of I Vnnsvlvaiiia nt the October
cleetioii. I minds; the heavy icspniisibilitio of bu-
,. . . , .... siness matters do not crowd so heavy upon
llcvy rams and storms very similar OUI.l,rilill . our thoughts are . ml somuch oc-
those which done so much damage in the !cuiied upon the aecuiuulatinn nl wealth ;
West, have prevailed in dillerent parts of1 therefore our sleep i sound and rel'resh-
.i.iu .... Tim ing nt night, flur thoughts by day are
waters havo also been very high.
The istriot Court of the I'. S Judge
(irier piesiding, meets at Willialiisport on
the LMst inst.
with the reniiest that he would ri.tiun
them to the source from which they oiigi
nated. This our lovernor has done, ue-
coiiiianying them with the lolloiving brief
and c ustie but dignilied and appropriate
' rii.',r 'yr, fr..ji ,''.'., fjit.j Aurit IT.
I I iii rvffilloiu'V t iO ( tilVf Till )1" nl'
light and free, and we can think to-day M.,ine. -Sir the resolutions adopted bv
how we shall enjoy- to-morrow. I he hap- m, st,l(n fl- jj,,;,, ())) thc j -,, March,
.iest man nn cam; is nie . irisiam c. ..- js.-.s.md bv von forwarded to me, have
ed man, who has just troubles enough to
al your reiiest been laid before the Sen-
i bank are said to be in circulation.
I out for them. J
lion, (.'buries 11. l.ucliidcw ha? been ap
pointed minister resident to I'cuador, in!
South America, at a salary of SlN'M) per
. , . in.. . '"-""v . at(. of Louisiana, and due con
and the iierlnrinaiico ol that makes linn .,. i,,,. .i,,,,.,, t i,.,..
..... i . - i . , i , litmus i'i . ii iin-. v... . ,
A new hatch ot counterieits on oi k imp..v nnl cheeriui. ,,uested bv that bndv to relurn them
Look I Not tew nor light lire the hurilens nl ' ..
jlife; then load it lint with heaviness of Lonisi.inil .oanios the cnnstituti.ni nf
.spirit. I here are threc-ehul rivers ot do.;., . i-.lited State's as cxnounded bv the
spondeney sin. .orrow ami h ar. Ml. is ),;,,, jlI(iieii.l i ribunals nf the nation to
thc deepest ; sorrow- hn its si, dloii s, and hl tUl. ,,. . f ,, ,. al,,l ranks
li ar h a noisy raind. but even U, the ',,,,,.,:,. thereto nii.ong the nio.-t so
darkest hole in guilt si'iol,. un. lest river, , i,i;.;u s!;l. .,s.
whose business is to remove bv steel, bill
et or poison, nnv person w ho becomes oh.
jnnxisiis to the rulers of that religions com-
mutiny, lo ims liana oi organized inur
derers Jim Lane belongs, and he has used
its members to carry out his scIh'iiips of
violence and bloodshed ill all .arts of Kan
sas. It is these men who shrieked for
freedom in Kansas, and for the support of
which money was laised in many of tht
church.- in the Lnsti rii and Middle States.
What will those oious interttieddlers nit f
to tbi criiw, coining from one of their
ow n political brethren, who knows Lane
intimately? Will they still "shriek for
freedom," and send on their funds for the
support nf Jim I. line, Ihe Km, mis head of
tho .Mormon order of Jinnitos? We shall
see. V'.0'.i'','ii i ion.
i' hope Unit the gov- enlerniizc. The Lnclish funds were 1 annum.
eminent ol his .Majesty, be ore rati vmg , . i i. ,- : 1 . ,i i . i I n
... , . ' i.i . buoyant, mid stocks in considerable ilc-j J'kettv wi:i.
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tcntions assested bv one of the imrlic and '"l. i!roalstulls and cotton hud dei li- thut the trustees of the agricultural socio
. ,i i , ' . ... i .'. . .i . . i. . ..... nn i .
eeiioiYiiiesuc.nl in; reconciled uoi oiiiv m-. i ui-i u is .....iiiuig iiiijioi inn i n ,n. ry oi j i il Isi 101 iugll couiliy, . . 11., nave the t'nir and the I.eaillV nl
with the honor and interest of the United Frnneo. Several eonsiiirncies. it is re- nln..r.il mi !,. miliinn r,.. ,1., , i.,,. 'i... i!r,...,.
States, but with the received principle.
ot the great maritime code ol nations.
I may make this appeal with the more
confidence from the relations subsisting
between France and the United States,
from a community ol interest in the liber
ty of the seas, from a cninniuiiilv of inter
est ol opinion respecting tho principles
i hone can pein e with iiiiickcnin;
notice 'nil those depths are lighted.
I his very house I have .seen on a lor-
nier occasion, crowded with the wealth,
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puiou, nave ueen (iiscovereu in (iiuercni jiahlum).
parts of'Spuin, and some noted political ng- othy l'ntch nnd Kdward PuU-h, all of difler-
John II. 7Wi, Joseph yVr., Tim- ' ith real hap; in-'-s or pleasure. Mich
i'.s we colored people enjoy. Ilieie are
r.... i :i I ' ..'..l... .l 1..
itators have been arrested in tho province cut towns. If this isn't a jmlched up Coin- iaVe reat'er piiulcgcs nf enjoying thein
of Jaen. A battle was fought recently , initti e, we should like to see one. 'selves in nnv civil wnv. than iii Wushin.'-
al a place called uolvra, between the Turks ' ti, ,n, .:.:.. f,i, t...... ,....i i ton, the garden nf North 'arolina. lur
in.' til-ill II tin i-i'.u t'l nit: , t iviit; nn., , . , , . ,
mid Moiitcnoi'iiiins in which the biller .in .. . , . i ' . i singing school-, temperance and clianta
iiiiii iiioiii(ui,.iiaus iniMiiiu nn. i.uiu j,,. i.IV(, Itailroad is to be nut under ....'..?:...: 1 ,i
which guard it and from the community "'ere victorious, killing the Turkish com- t:0n, h, ft ,elv (Iavs Tll0 .pst(,.n is nl, ' y W;..A ,, ..erfctly h'a. n.l.'s'-.-in
danger should It ever be menaced by niniider. and nuttiiiL' bis nrmv to tlbdif , ... ." .... .... . ... i u
. . r- now neariv reauy ior nie sui'ersiruenne. .nuuiif m.- j" -i.-wn.- n...i . t.n.ji...-.- in, m,
LblKI of the lurks nre said to have been i n : l i,ii,i i,i ii,.i . : there mav be some improper characters,
killed. It s thought that sever
th ambition of any maritime poncr
It appears to me. sir. that in a-kiug the
attention of his Majesty's government to
the subject of the quintuple treaty, w ith a Christian provinces will rie rn mussr a
view to its reconsideration, I am request- gainst their Turkisli rulers in consequence
ing nothing on the iiart of the United r.. , , .. .
s,.k. " .. . , .. .. of their late reverses. 1 he native troops
States inconsistent with the duties ot . . . .... . 1
France to other powers. If, during the ,n J,Klm "re 'tl11 'l''ted m every en-,
coulee of the diseus-iun.-upuii this treaty, pagemcnt with the British forces. The
preparatory to the arrangement ol its pro- British outraies upon American vessels'
limed in ion herself as a member of the
confederacy. These resolution are es-en-lially
aggressive and revolutionary in
their tendency and aim, and . , ek tin- sub
version of a compact which Louisiana ha;
plighted her faith to support.
Addressed a' they are to her, she can
not therefore but regard them as solicita
tions to treasonable disloyalty on her part,
and a such, she not only deem her-e!f
justified in repelling them, but feel that
lier honor would be deeply wound, 'd were
she to give them a place in her aivhio.
With due consideration, your nl.e ii.'ii!
Ki iI'.KHTC. WK KLII Fi:.
nvo It is also contemplated to put the whole j "7 '.'j "'""u ' "l" "po
d nf the'. o . , Ibllt the lli-tltution theiuseiv
line ol the Sunbury & Lne under contract , 'pheii, gentlemen, let ususe, ;
The bar of Leavenworth, Kansas, now
numbers over 10'J members, and is Niid to
possess much legal talent.
lion. Henry 1?. Anthony, Ex-C.ov. of
visions.'Lngland has asserted lo thc other K(in ft(,nlinll(. vYorv H1.,.ivilU . ' Rho.lo Island, has been elected to the U.
jmrtie the pretention sho now asserts to . (..if-'s- cnato from llmt State, to serve six
the United States, as a necessary eonse- 1' add to tho nlieady extended eata i
quenee of its obligations, F cannot be logue of wanton aggression ; and the Am-1 -vcal's llom tll 4th ol 'Mll,'('hnext-
wrong in presuming that France would criean vessels sailing in tl e waters of the' John 11'. Forney and Morton M'Michael,
not. nvo signed il wit nut KiiurUmj. (iulf Jln,l the Atlantic coast that have not it is said, have been invited to attend
gainst i iii unpenning uuiicuuv. i lie
es are riflil.
mil not i.i .lis.
To you, my brother firemen, areexti ml
ed J.rivileges that none others have. To
you every citi.en of Washington, from the
richest to the poorest, looks forholp.w lien CaniM Scott t
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St. Loi is. June;!. Aib-spati'li from Lea
venworth, 1st, mis that iutelli-eiiee li'oni
o ihe t'.th of Mav had been
it is said, have been invited to attend a
iewof F.u.l o.,1 nre.mn ,liselo,Ho , ni. ''Con overhauled nrc the exceptions, those iirpuiuicau nieeung in j.eieiuue on nie ior every lire we conquer
hut. fortunately before its ratification. that have the rule. 2-d inst.
And this change ofeircunislanccrmay well Intelligence from Cuba of the arrest, by Miss Helen Cunniii'diam, eldest (laugh
K such 1, il'S ThiililT . -rninent, of the Knglish ..ni- ,er of Mr. Cunningham-lUu-dell was mar-
demanded by the grave interests involved ('cr w" "M "een so cons,icunus in his ried last week to a young dentist of New
in this question. boarding operations, and his being sent (o York."
ii i ,i. ru"i i i sin i .. t -.(....! i i . i . .
i K , n IW II ?.u .din.aieaiorir.ai, nus ncen received, n NaiI(iVU, lKtiin.XKs.-Somobody once ready. In time of pence prepn.e for war. ".A . , , 0 . , V, " . , ' ' "
of i o X'l do U 'K. c, e, The.l., r,arko.l that ,l,e Kgli,;,ma is never Uyl
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uiai manning, iiesu iicin e. nun niien inni reecrved at thc Fort. (Ml that dav two
unquenchable enemy fire-is about to iM()nnolls earne into the camp I'roni Salt
destroy them and all they have. Let 1 Lllko cilVi having despatches from (iov.
them not look in vain. II hen the alarm , 'nmmings Tor Secretary Cass. The troops
is given, be not reluctant ; but go and do 1 wm. c..x,Jrcted to move towards the val
yourduty; tight a though you were light- 1V towards Ihe end ol May. Nothing
mg to save your own house and property. ,. llt ,ll0 , .,, Ilt ,,;. ,, ,,.
no mat, ami we are apt to conquer ; and ,tii,ed of any i r..ecediugs witiiin the city.
lie firMCi!n.r r-ilm ,v iii'iil in tin l.irt
supper; or at least w'o II allow you the The expres man who Lmuaht it su.plies
privilege, of breaking the j.ledge. e are ()i,m j,,,, n.l.l.iional .ai t iculars :
yet in our iiilamy, and have not had a H., left foil I.i.i n.ie on the 1Mb ofM'.iv.
chance to . show what we can do. l'.ut j At .-orl Kearney the commanding oflie'er
don t be discouraged. It is never too Lite, diiected him to'info; in Col. Monroe thai
too noon, too hot, nor loo cold Tor Iik s to l0 inf.trmati.n that (iov. Cummiiig
breakout. I hen be watehlul, and always i,.i i. ,.,, ,.Vi.ll..,l r...i,, ;.,ii I .,! .. ..,.'.
consider it my duty to advert to theii'stin. mF 1,1 l'i"on during tho last week ""PPX "''" "u"!..', . K.u.goiu 10 u. ami in. necasmn is a , lu..sled ( 'ol. Monroe to ush . n as si . , !i-
ulation-.. Their obligations ui.on the eon- Imvo boon of considerable importance;- niuhiniin and l-renchman is never at , clear deinonMration ofth.stact, and we lv possil.lo. This oommunienti. n it i-
. - ii ni tin iiiit iv on in is ili iri in t iiiiti i 111 , r-r f i inn ti i .. .1 rti itriiri mum iiimi v. 'ih 1.1
whatever these may be. manv inmorlant bills have been rmssed i.n.l ... , . ........ ... : . 1 , , ..... h. ,. . ' understood, was 1 ecoivid nt Jolt Luirncv
and it is for my cov- '...r :.. . .. . :.. . : nM.i.ian is ,-, r .. ,.c . .una- .s.oniy repay ny our oneuie. ce .ouu-ness, ,,,, H.einail brought by Ibis ,.
nre now complete
nientnlonelo deterininu what nieasures
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the United States might to take to avert 1 "ls r,0"-v ,voul,l '" n" I'ro,,1"y ndjourn . un less lie is ..ore,. 10 ueain ny nusiness.
the conseiiioneess w ith w hich they are on 'i,st Monday. Humors were current at : The Cold excitement in Ioiva still con
threatened by the construction which one the national ca.itol, a few days ago, that ; tinues. Col. dray, of Pittsburg, purcha
u. u,v !. m- i.M gnen 10 me.-e insiru-. a pulsion has occurred between thc U. S
I have the honor to transmit herewith ;st,'"""'r rimon flnl Uie J'ritiMi steamer Ihutlesnake l ulls, on the Desinomos river
a copy of tho message of ihe President of ; St.vx. ,,ut tIlcy were no1, credited. Illi- which turns out to have a very rich gold
the United States to Congress, in Ieeem- nois was visited by u terrific storm and tor- vein on it.
ber hint, and of tho annual documents , ,,, on ast Sunday night a week. CJOth 1. 1 r r i 1 .
which accompanied it. Among Ihe latter ,' , .rl - v.i- . lK. 111 Henry an liensaoler, Ksq. of Ogdens-
will be found the eon esj,on!ence between f,,e Vllli' of KI1,'ton WBS ncnr,'V ' burg, N. Y. offers the whole of his estate
the Uritish Secretaries of State and Mr. , 'lomolished, and over twenty persons kil-j f s.llo nt nu,.lion durin ,llis montu It
cieveuson u)on nn; sunjeci herein reler- lcd. . revolution has nroken out in
red to. From these you will learn tho re- j the city of New Orleans. The independ-,
wiectivo views of the American and Brit- , . , . , 1 r n t
ish governments. ent l,lir,-v ,vl'"'11 "on"" Major 0.1.
It is proper for me to add that this com- Beaurepard, lato of the toI.oprnphical En
niunication had been made without any 1 gincers, nnd one of the most gallant ofli
instruotions from tho United States. 1 1 ecrs in the Armv during tho Mexican war,
lTA,i''n,'TlUliSl'ir,,'H 'V''ifor Mayor, have organized a Vigilance
nn American representative to a foreign J . . fc
-... . 1 ... 1 1 . i j 1 .1 1 fiiiiiiniii'i 111 I'fiuiiii'nif'T inn TTinnunvau m
.oe. s .ou.anci wan o.u nwa.i.ng the - - T l'lied 11 bill for the benefit of the
iprK nlliN nm'i.i'11,,1111, nn, t,nni. 1 1' ' f lie k rmw.linf Inn ,ts who iiift-piil hi- nvm. c I
.1' T 1 . . . rt . . I ' . , . .... ' t..;,l.,tt. nf tdn l.i.t 1 1,. llt- V T. ITnl'.llln.l
ims i nave (leeeiveii mvse it t he resnonsi. ,i fn-.- ,,n .,.,i,,,.i i;,....a r,.. .
- . , . - y. . lll.tt ,,tu,lll.,1, 11I1M n 11 1,111 j.lll
sion, will give you as a sent in. lit :
Vi.' Aiuilioi-tcs. May tlie citizens
ger, to whom it was comn.itted .r.b:
for lack of time.
Nkm Oiii.i:as, June ,'!. A revolution
broke out here last night. The Vigilance
Committee in great numbers took posses--ien
of the arsenal, Jackson square and
lb.' ri-oiiei s. Thi- morning Ihe Kxeru
live i 'ominii tee ealis for all law and order
people in join iiii '.n, and announced a ile
teruiiualinii to carry out their measures.
Nothing else has 1 all-piled as yet, (-even
o'elo. k.i but c inn. ni are po-t,' I about the
Aim nal and about two hundred armed
men are on giiiu.'c
'In.' (lenM.'iiof I be rising is the mini
be! b-s 1 1 it orders, out rage. and 11 -sa ssina
tioiis of I h" past f. iv ems.
I'1 o'clock, A. M. I'll. m seven hiuidird
to ei::ht l.illiili oil men are now under aims
.Several a; rest ha c been made, nnd it is
reported that opposition w ill be inn le to
. , . , : . . . . , . t
i .i.' ' 'iiiMiiijiee, in ii iijiii en so a si -, ei e i ..ii- r.
lb' i certain. i.lnntec's are Mill croud
II..', lock. A. M. (ieneivl Tla.y's Hi
vision litis been ordered out by the mayor.
The Cniniiioti Council is in scel'O session.
Con iderablo confusion is i. 'ported among
Ihe iiioiubci's. There i- great excitement
in the street. The count i! brve got pn-se.-i"ii
cl'llie I'ir.-t I'i.-triel Armory, con-tainiii-,
ho'.i f er. but tell rounds of inn-
llililillii.il. A b,:lUe is expected this alter-
noon, More arrest have been made.
' Wa. ium. ton. June .j. In Ihe 1 louse ol
Itepie-eiitntives, on the second instant,
, .Mr. Harris, of Illinois, den iiiiiced a per
sonal statement made by Mr. Hughes, of
j Indiana as false, when Mr. Hughes called
him a liar. Mr. Ilarri replied, "It is false,
and you can wear it at your pleasure."
'Mr. Hughe siibseiUeii;y sent a challenge
tn.M r.H .,! ri .- u hieh was prompt lv incepti-d.
'I hri ugh the. infl.ii nee of the friends of
bolh i., i'(-. the cliallenge was afierward.
siisjn mil d i r lei.i i.rarily withdrawn fur
c.plniinl; us. And late to-night all nr
, rung. lu.-iit v.-j: iiirde ! y which Ihe nllili-
sive Inn.'tiage unsrtitl.ilrav.il by cadi ill
' tbe ( ld. r that i. w.is uttcicd. nnd tliusllif
I'.iliicidti s have I n nainienl lv aniii-tcil.
r., I '. f. .(Vi,,., ..V ,....., .,.1 ...... ....I
llashington i.roperly estimate and a..!',- enty-livc miles beyond Fort Laramie. Thev
ciate your exertnins to stive their liroi.ertv 1....1 i r . .. .i . . , ',
sed a tract of land some time ago near from destruction by fire, and may y ov- N , V in n " ' i , , n
c. p.oi.:,ou sencs v, u. ,., o, u e no.ice ,mims Wl ... Ve.V high. The Peace
r-,. , )'"'. I oinmissioners had Missed l-ort bin .inne. i Iin, in I nvnlon
consists of thirty thousand acres of land,
including his niagniliceiit country resi
dence of Woodford, in the vicinity of Og
denshurg. This is tho largest offer of jiro
pcrty at private sale ever made in this
The United States Senate n few weeks
l. : 1 : , Ill 1 . . .
......y win . e mine. Ai soon as i can rcjtWl,athlg in elections
. ......... - j.,... in,, i until ei.nr
in answer to my communications, I shall
several hundred men under arms at the
(the commanding oflieer of the Central
I America at the time ofhcrlosson thc 12th
Tnid.r. Mr.x Daow.NKi.. A party of four
nun. named John Logart, of Third aven
ue. Henry Keyser, ol 'Third avenue. Heir
iv Scott, nl Twenty-second street, and
by the fire department and citizens
of I'wenly lirst street,
They were obligid to swim the Platte at Cowanus, stal led in n small boat fromlVn
that jiost. It is reported that the troops nv Pudge, en Friday afternoon, on a fish-
Excitement at New Orleans.
Ntw Onrr.AXs, June 4. The Mayor's
forces are yet unorganized.
there lias been no outbreak yet, but ex-
ai amp .coit were living on mule meat.
Nootlicial information hud been received
at thc Fort, but the aulhorily furnishing
this intelligence is regarded as unquestionable.
ing c cui'Mi n. J hey passed thc day plea
santly : but on their return in the even
ing, a fresh breeze sprung up, and tht
1 out wnsc.ipsied.'All being good swiiiiinen
C f-y Mic. ceiled in turning the) boat lot
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tensive properntioiis nre being made by1 , ,.,..,. T1 , , ,, r , ' ' "J'""'". ' "'.. aoieu ...em .o
boll, ivnfii't ' I.Mi,:i'. Iiait. I ho largest mil of luin- above water. I he night was very dink,
ooill p.iiuis. ....... herover fl.t.l .... tlm 1. ....... .....I .1... I ii. i. .1..
The commander o t ic- V eiiee ( ,m. . . . '"." -v.,.......-..-..,,- ,. ,, ,,,.. , luf; , , , ,, , , ,t,
mittee forces is Major J.K. Duncan, late I 'r i t l T " ,v"', J'1;1(k piulually ilnlted down the bay. After
of the United States army. Ilis forces ,l f. M' J'"",S' 0n "'M '""- "",gm tins er.Ious situation lor three
are well organized and drilled. n ng' last. It . was the grcaivst sight (says , hours Kayn r gave out, and a heavy m
The city papers are divided in the ex- . cv, r f.'""'" these w ale. s.' we,;t him olf, Pn.g.nrt and Scott ( hinder
piession of sentiment this morning. The ' WW '""'"""I C- lWP"'y" ,'!,P "rwl "0i"1i k,,:0,' w,"'n ,lir-v'
Wnn.l (Wrf ,,re in fm-or ,.f . I. s,"1,.!''. every man at his oar, and every came fatigued, nnd were wn-hed of! by
guagc of the report, h has been expelled
be enabled to declare to you either th.'.t ' ''unts.
my conduct has been approved by the
President, or that my mission is termina
ted. I avail myself, Ac,
His Excellency Mr. Gimot,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
CA merchant of New York has writ
ten a letter to (ien. Cass, suggesting a the facts in a few days.
method by which, he thinks, a satisfacto-'
ry arrangement could bo made with Great IT5., Another fire broke out in Harris!
Krilnin for inquiring into the nationality j burg on Sunday night, in a building on
of suspected vessels. He recommended r...i. -I.,... 1. ,:.i n r
.... i ..i i.i. ' i
rt., 1 1 , Tl.. I 1 !.. .1 . TT
A report from an unofil- 01 l""" '' "ls !"l l"e 1
cialsou.ee is in circulation that Governor , 1,0 as enmie.i to ...ro per an-Cummin.-,
has been comnelled to retire :"" Tho act referred to gives the w.d-
from Salt Lake city, or rather, in thc Ian
city, and the Tmc Ih lUnxwX Jhlla in favor
pf the Vigileiiee Coinmittec. The lest are
A crisis is exected to-day .
New Orleans, June 4 Noon. The ex
citement is still on the increasi
oar doing its work. Ihe sie ol the rait wave. Pavilion alone remained clinginj
was 5f.ll feet long, by COO wide, nnd the to the cratt, until at last, a lmat from tht
amount of lumber which it contained full I.icht 11 ou.-e. nenr I'oit llni.illon cjiniotO
a w, II,,,,, ofjWt, together with C.'.tl.dliil lath, his relief nntl took him on shore. Hotris
and J:!."(I,IK)I) shingles. There ieie two eom.letelv exhaused, and nearly an how
houses erected on board, and the whole 'clinked before, bn was eimbled to detail
MM. r 1 : 1 . ( .en ni.icers lousisieil OI caplalll. oars- the clleiiins niu es I n nus fnL-.oi to H
., i . i in. i.iiiii.i im issiit-.i oiiti-rs hi nricsi, i i .. ,. . .
ow three years full pay. , , M....inr,U .r il. ""'n.two cx.ks.one clerk and bot lie wash- residence in Gowanus. The bodies had not
The lai'L-est raft ever brousht down tho 'leaders of the Committee. Some of tb rr.w,.,K,. toccthcr with a black bear nnd i been picked up when the Herald went til
bv lb Susnuehnniui river, was brot to ll'ri.dits- members ol the Committee
-v . ......... , .... . x. ..t..t . I 1 - ... c?
.....1 ... .1.. 1... 1 'I'l.:.. .1 . ',.,11,. P.. n,. T.w.u.l.,f 1. rinlnl .,..1
iini.i j inu ii,i, i,s moi,, ui...... v.. ...v....j. ....- '""""jthev will hang them. ",v J'" '"vr oen.ers. WIfN rutsiiiENTs Dinf On Ivy
say the least, looks fishy. V. e will know of the Siiinemahoning creek in sections, Tlio rumor is current on the streets thai' x- Crocketts return to his constituents nfter
declare that if , f'"' "'!' U the occupants. The! prcss.-.V. '. lhruhl.
i arrest M-iinnm 11 nu! " "y .lames I ranet. One o .
i auesi .u.iginnis, ,i, . ,.,-... i,...r. , . ... ' ,
land rafted at Lock Haven. It is 34S feet a ccmproinise has been elfoetod, by which
i long and 22 feet in width.
The news from Illinois and Indiana is
New Samiatm School Misic Mr
tliut an American
Congress, nation of
that those States are pretty much drown
lieutenant shou Id be i .. . . 1 l t i ti. t..i r sworn in as oolieemen. nnr (vn-ri'sniin. i v "ll " " "" rub' s 111 1
placed on every British cruiser, and .hat a o, '.,e . ,,,,r,,, .,. a large stock , - v j (lont lms ,,eo'n r(,rus0(l admittance nt the for Sabbath Schools, of
British lieutenant should be lilaced on ev
ery American vessel, on tho look out for
slavers, and that any suspected vessel
sliould bo visited, and her papers exami
ned by tho oflieer who.-e national flag she
might carry. In this way, he believes, all
feelings of national honor and pride might
t respected, and the ends of a visit at
tain ed without any possibility of offense.
BQuJognt Chun. lor Gangooli, a young
Hindoo of the Brahmin or high caste, who
has embraced Unitarian Christianity in In
di.i under tho ministrations of Hov. Mr.
I.ill, is now in Uoton, having ?omo to
ATirici for the purpose of perfecting his
education, lie is a gentleman of raie in
telligence and high culture.
Blnen. Jackmun's saw mill at Lock
iUveo w.w do: troved bv fire on M'ednos
dsy. iow! fia.OJO. ' 1
' 10- Ins first session in
11 11 1 w ...... . ...
i ne cuy omciais arc to deliver up twenty- "-" m.-u-Min i.usie . unnsuer and inem furrounded linn one day am
five noted rullans to receivo their just de- Piano Dealer, of .V.3 Proadway, N. York t0 interrogate him about Washington.
sorts at the hands ol justice, and that five lirls ipnentlv issued n v..v .. ii 'What time do thev dine ot Washing
hundred men, from each side, are to be r........ .. .- ..." , ton. Colonel '' nsked one
. i i tu-iifc ini?. i.ei-ii iciusi-u mi. in. in. let? ni in
of books, belonging to the. School Depart- "ntor. The rains have beaten down the ci(y j, nf) illfrnilltion cnn 1m o)).
. , ntni in, I t.' I II II If II lin'MH'i '
mnro h you are Jiore. not thoir (iinnors nt onf
OlMMSnll 1 1 I . . I X...A. ,1 It. . Jin
ment oi tl e State, were in tho lower por- rendered corn planting impossi- tllln0( frnm tic cilv nutllol jtios. . tmn uuillt Tlie ,vol.dl) re ' excc,,lo,)t at three. As for representatives we dinf
tionof the building, together with other l,,c- Ohio is not much hotter off. 'Ihe igileneo Committee, it is said, ' , ., .,.. .,,- v, . i .-. l . . i .' l'""', nnd the aristocracy and the Sen-
naveonerod to giveup their present stand, " : h" -r-". "ni,;u,, n(, llon-t pot tu,ir9 til livc.
B.The President has appointed Dr. C. j provided the city authorities will vest the nttwl to tne astos and life of the young, j 'Wei'., when does the President fodder.
II. Ilunler, of Reading, agent for the iiur-i P0llce. H"11.08 in uicm- igilanceis very simple, easily mastered, and full of ked another,
documents, a great portion of which were
destroy d by tho water and flames. The
fire was the work of an i ncrndiiny
loss is not known.
f!JThe Into heavy rains caused Borions
floods in the Ohio, Moiiongnhela ond Mis-!
souri rivers. In many instances, whole
green trees, with heavy branching limbs,
with the speed of a steamer. The amount
of lumber, nhinglos, rafts, barges, flats,
haystacks, boxes, barrels, cotton, and drift
wood of every description afloot in those
nver waa immense.
' '. : . , : i . r e ,
dp .i -, i A, i v.-t nn . i ii n e v- .s coiuouscu oi men oi an no
lase of anthracite coal for the use of tho , .... . ,. . 1'"
. , r, . ,,,, , . Iitical parties, and the movement cannot.
United States government. I ho oflice is J therefore, be attributed to any particular
said to bo one of tho most valuable in the party. It is conceded that, if the Vigi
gift of the Executive the agent receiving l"" Committee succeed in their efforts,
a commission on his purchases. t,ie ,Am,ori.oftn I-nrty connot elect their
1 candidate for mayor, Gerard Stith,, at tho
, .. . 'election on Monday next.
Bomeo tne miners near rottsvillo, New. Orleans. Juno 4-Afiemnon
... ii i . mi rjA'",,c v' iud iiiiircu nenr iinisiiiiui wvr Omriva
standine unon the bnnkv ivm imi-nni,fl.,..rL..i.' i . i. .... iE u"l,I-"5i
"."'"'-"i siniCK ior ii.Kuer wages on inn -win un., : rf,v ,., i,.r n ,,,,,, i.. .
and lrne alonff .mn ti. .nn ii,iJ.,i ....!. it. T1' . flty men, liaung two cannons, havejust
" "i - -... tiu. ".. " .t.. ...... -..a akrn nossession
iiiiiLH & n.'i ions r il tM'ciirri.i. i .in ' x..i. ... -i , . . nt
Militnrv wern called nut. anil ul'tr the or. -i-t. .. .. '
i T j " i i j nre S"1U lo De organized dv tno men mark-
rest of the ringleaders quiet waa restered. e(l ont by the Vigilance Committee for
punishment, and whose surrender toj'us-
"Btllon. Thomaa Rufun, of 5t. C. do- tico had been demanded by tho city au
clinea a re-election to Congrws. thorities.
feeling and pathos. There are "Happy "Old Hickory,' exclaimed the Colonel
greeting to all," "K nd words can never v ' . ? . 11 " uu
;i!..i ..-ei n. , , M neo with the dignity of the station f
die, "Do good, "ihe Ttacher's prayer," Hickory ! well he don't dino till Uw ne
"Let us be happy and lot us be ga)," "0 day!'
that beautiful world," "I have a Father in I
tho promised land," kc and many oth-' Monmoitii, 111., .Tune I-A terrible tor-
ers eouallv attractive imefnl ,i . nft, Pnss' over FJliston, about 12 mil
eis equally attractive, useful and pleasant, .t,,1 thilt , lfU n; ht. EverJ
All for three cents, or two dollars per J house was blown down, fifteen person
hundred copies. Postage, one cent. Wel were killed, and several others fatally i
think it will ho a favorite in the school, The village contained 500 inlil"-
onil t tho Rroi,l nf ii u i . ' i tatits, and the reiwt says that none esc
r. mn.Ve tV r . I P iniarT' No particulars have been -
ful music, or the animated faces ef happy ! ceived. The excitement in the vicinity