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bk and una, to alth a pHfaluiKi in bit pew, vilrut ?i*J (till, by cnafam, droorun. and the mamini o4 Mew I njh-rl and torn upon hint every eye in the congrcgata* far the pafatior be praotium aud far Ifa party fa < fitch be bar attached hlmeail' ia itquMe right-aea ciert tal friend bow lanjren ci.-cwcd it in a sermon some BBS afu, in every wordof wbirb H glvea me |-'-nmirt fa *_-r?e?thai be tbouM ttnd bunaelf suddenly plunged -at a mm duds hitaseil in a mow bunk -into a caucus f 1 pal it to yea if It ie fair, manly, muni boneat I la it aot rrwtl and oowardiy so to treat an individual man ? Bat Wbiie 1 fade sou depart: all thinner of caul in rrli I ion or in politics, and wbiie I do not thiak (be ad faat?ea argument a very good method for the dhrorcVy of uulb. in logic or out at it, let me, in Ute bearing of J a all of the clergy venture to suggest tbat Ute preacher, 1 uf eham torn faith, who tbae over do we bis banks upon any element connected in the rnuotest degree with the parljr ouoaaderatii.us or orgai.iJettons of tbt Jay, runs a .rest -hsant of hinder) ug the aairalttm of that i sry aunl rUlb bo baa been ordained to pmnsotr and secure They | tell as, every one of tbcm, that Ute miration of the soul I (bam, that nothing on earth ur in heaven can ha com pared with it, to the individual in it* cunaetiasoem. Than ia sometimes upon their lips tliai tii'imiadom iiinmlrm *"' it meau# in tb? original?"the ml valine of the aoel U preciuut, audit cette* foiuvn." 1 And ?tt do the; not endanger Un tr soul brem F lite Imuran ho* do chart.e xevpl on i4uialay, and they rob -in that Sunday ; through the week he baa been anz hit, ley, Iron bled, and he cornea hue on Sunday oa a man goett into hi- house at night tune, lor real and in tOucttau 'Ihe Martday is all he ha., and you take away that Sunday . it is for you of that protessiun to cay, it is foe ?? I' say, l*> behalf of iayuarsn. whether that is or is ad foiahuent with the character ot a preacher of Be ligioa. ileincmU-r the very first word be hears in prayer, the very bet word he bean iu a hymn selected to he euug however well it uiay be auug atui by whatever choir, the ' vary first IllustraUuu in the aaiwou to which he way listen, Mih him away gloomy mJ irritable, turn* the whole .eerie* into a political mockery, and awakens a train of i^Mtia that lender* him how liral to hut iuacceaiible to the truth, li*c? hi* ear to the voice of the cbarim-r, i hana he never so wisely on that day. I repeat, then, Suwfcy kali that such a layman has, and the preacher of poUttn baa robbed him of that Sunday. I do not know very well why I have falleu on this latin of thought, and it is high time to have done. Let US dace as ?t began Let us unite in the wish that our children, and our children's children, when they cume into this house on Sunday, may know a* we have always know*, and feel n* we have always felt, that nothing hut religion will be heard from this pulpit ; that nothing hall enter bare that cannot enter and abide in that higher aod better temple of God, to which religion points us, and to which religion should conduct Let uts find, aud our children ?nd children's children find here, or in other hoc-cs of worship, exactly and merely this Let us, as far as we may avail ourselves of all Uie privileges which tbb Bethel affords ; and if we fail to avail ourselves of thoaa privileges and of the teachings of this pulpit, may that venerable and beloved pastor >? able to say, with bis last words, as ever to us, "1 am innocent of your Mood. .1 I'POSITIOX GOSSERVATiSM - -8KWARD LEADS Tin: YAW:~-ABOUnOS TOBUCAT/OX8. (Frum U?j llvriihiri (h.) hUM uxl Cam, A|wtl 4.) I Those easy, patriotic. conservativegeutlenuen who hope j that the opposition sdll a-sutne a lute sectional attitude | la IWO, thou occupied in 1856, are poor readers of Um si.ua of tiie tinkes. Buesessing a traditional and con illtltiiflal aversion to the ikirn<ciatic party, and regarding republicanism as a dangerous usurpation, this body of conservatives are placed in a moat paintui position !' :iodkadly they tlore up, and out a few sickly gleam* athwart the horizon ; hut they arc to the pcli icul world, what fowtiliferous animals and plants are to the natural world?the mementoes of au extinct creation, lite other J*y? I te wbigs of New York held a meeting and listened to a speech front Washington Hunt, and this little strata ' may he discovered running through the whole political formation of the times. It is attempting to slay the ! progress of the republican party, and to prevent its rushing too rapidly towards extreme abolitionism. But the labor is in vain. Ihese vrhigs, or moderates, or cooaer- 1 i olives, or whatever they choose to call themselves, are . like men embarked in a little cockle-shell boat upon the j rapids of Niagara?their tiny oars are as useless as imprecations to stop or stem the rushing current. Taking j the whole opp>wiuoa element of the North together, and | it does not embrace sufficient conservatism to artbrd Sew- j aid the energetic play of his faculties in overcoming it. [ If these gentlemen who are blindly hoping that the j opposition will not unfurl the sectional banner in 1860. and that some such national conservative as John Bell may receive the nomination for the presidency, whereby North and South may embrace to overthrow the democratic party, if these gentlemen will ouly open their eyes to what is transpiring around them, they may discover that the republican programme for 1860 is to he mote thoroughly sectional than that of 1?56. Indeed we mar wy anti-slavery and abolition?words that the opposition disclaim, but which must, before long, become their ap- j propria te and truthful description. These signs of progressive anti-sUveryisni we see in the republican newspapers. It is not long since the New York Tribune contained a minute, graphic, and highly colored narrative of a slave auction in the Sooth, said to have been written by that eminent romancer, Duesticks : The artist brought into skilful prominence all the fea tures of a slave auction, supposed to be most repulsive to the northern mind. He had been hired to write a sensation paper, and of coarse he did not hesitate to do the job acceptably to his employers; supplying such in- I ddeuts as were wanting in fact from the crowded stock of s busy imagination. Tills narrative, filled with unfairness, bad been extensively published by the republican press of tbe country, and gown broadcast over . the land like seed for the harvest of 1860 The i anti-slavery society never published anything more j thoroughly abolition. If it has any design at all, that design must be to create, foster and cherish a hatred at slavery, and to prepare the northern mind for organised assaults upon the institution. What other object can it j hove f Mr. Btitler owned slaves?he Usui a right to own j them under Uie I ters of Georgia. No man can question that. Mr. Duller sold his slaves at auction?he had a right to -dl them. No dottbt, if a true history of this auction should be written, it would appear that the inci dents attending the sale were snch as belong to every such transaction, and that nothing was done shot king to humanity or violate ot precedent The design of spreading a distorted and prejudiced narrative of the scene, j written by a professional romancer, was to inflame the northern mind, and prepare the people for the revolution arydiigmaof Seward, that an "irrepressible conflict" mat be carried on unceasingly between slavery and free des* intil one or the other is vanquished A man named Helper, who professes to be a citisen of a southern State, has written a book against slavery? not again?t its spread into territory now free, nor against the power of slavery in it* political aspects, but against slavery at an odious, revolting, and disgusting system A perusal of his work is Intended to implant these ideas, and to make northern men look upon slaveholders a# tyrants and man stealer*. It is an abolition work, if anything can be called abolition. For the printing and : propagation of this hook, thousands and thousands of do)hurt have been subscribed by leading republicans that it msi lie circulated everywhere in the North. The only possible effect it can have upon the northern mind will be to excite tbe moat prejudiced and bitter hatred of darory at it exists in the Mat s., and to prepare the way kr at, attack upon this institution, notwithstanding tbe protection it now enjoys from laws and constitution If this b not the design of tbe organised attack tipcat the mtern wmy in the Stole# what j?#wiMe end in to be accomplished by the fabrication and circulation of thee* wortu? There figns a enough to conviix* any p.'pain of ob ervatkm that the coneervative element of the opposition b entirely powerless ; that the campaign of l??tl to to be itcp in adrauce of that of 1858 upon Seward"# "irrepreatible conflict" platform , and to thia end the north- j tn> uiod to being crammed with abolition publication* ; ' that the remnant of the American party are not regarded a* worth conciliating ; that Seward will be the candidate. *?d that the conservative* will be ordered to Oil Into toe, or be p? milted t? desert to tec denvx no y oonrvjufnos ix run thikd cvxoiikssioxai ! DISTRICT OF Vl&nru. [Trem the lbdmad Breatrer, tpr.t 4 ) The questiun of a convention in thto congreaaiooal .Ito , trict to no lunger an open and debatable qneation The city and many Of the conn tie# hare called foe ita assemblage. and no county hai offered any opposition It will tbnatun aaaainblt and make ita nomination . and, who ear the nominee may he, wiU receive our aupport At the came time we are frank to my that the Hon. John 8 ankle bee receivr<1 anch manifretotioo of popular ap proral from the conn tie* of Goochland, jirmico, Hano rer. King William. RVhmood city, and ''araiiw, that violence to the wtobee of the party would he done by the nomination of any other m in ? / the uciua cm CUM1.VAL OOL'KT?TRIAL Of ttOH UkJUEL K. 8i? kUW rob THE ML'ftDEB OT PHlLiP BARIUM nr. Rbm? 1)iT TIbut, Artni, 1*59 The criminal ouort ruoae was mi am lit; hour mam mora deuaety thronged than am Um tint day at the trial In tteoHlun wit* Um dirertruoe at Um aMit, Um pdaMwf'i bra bkl bMl rcmooad ton pustMua immediately fronting the judge's teat, and * number of police kept an Slate ofMS leading bua the Wide ix I Iijilri by t ? M1 to the duck TV. acuxniaudsUoDS provided tor the prwa wore Buck bill* titan on Monday, aud Deputy Manltal Phillips wa* constantly and busily occupied in MifDia; flares to those entitled to them. "11m regulation* adopted fur the admtuaocc of persona within the bar wave earned oat raijr atrictly by the doorkeepers, no one being admitted without a permit. uoleas Daamnatt* known to the officer la charge, M having the right to nl?. bum Into the court-room shortly Bitot to* o'clock, and Ike seventy Are gentlsiwsn composing it contributed urj materially to swell the throng already occupying all Um available Mate and standing nan. At twenty mhiatre alter tew Judge Crawford took bia Mat. and the deputy ? mini opened the court. A alight stir wear the eoot door attracted all eyea in that direction, and autae of the marshal's deputies appeared accompanying mb sicxlwt lite pvtaowor entered the dock in ita new position with a Arts stop, apparently well satisfied with the changes made ia compliance with the soggeuttuos of his counsel His drees, so on the previous day, was scrupulously neat and exact, and his mien collected and confident. He took his teat, looking calmly around at the vast aaoem ltlageuf spectators, whoso cuiioua gaae was fixed upon bim, and commenced conversing freely with the friends near him. Quiet being restored, the coui t inquired whether the counsel had been furuialied with the lists of tales men f The counsel replied that they had. The court then remarked that it had been the usual practice to call the talesmea in the order ia which their names occurred upon the lists. Mr. Stun too, on the part of the defence, signified his asseut to the mode of proceeding mentioned by the court. Mr. Carlisle said that be did not know whether or not it was the usual course, bat he was quite sure that it had not been the tuqfatm practice of the court to follow the order of the lists. Me would prefer that the names of the talesmen should be drawn by ballot, and called in tbe order in which they verc drawn. The Court accordingly ordered the empanelling of a jury to be continued, the order of precedence beiug determined in the mode specified by Mr. Carlisle. srxBcrio.i or a nor. The talesmen were then culled. Geo J. Johnson and W B. Jackson were culled, questioned with the usual formula, and rejected. John Garret, in answer to tbe interrogator ieo of the court, said that he had formed and expressed an opinion, so far as to my that the prisoner was justified In killing Key. The Court deckled that this answer disqualified him. Cbas. Kdmouston was asked whether he thought he could render a fair and impartial verdict. Me replied, in a low voice, that he did not know that he could. Mr. Carlisle n ikSlal tbe answer of Mr Kdmon4t1.11 to the court. Mr. Stantou I will save you [Mr. Carlisle] the trouble, sir, of repeating the an. went of these men. Mr. Carlisle. I'm much obliged to you, sir. T. L. 1'otter. O. B .truard, Robert C. Brooke, A. P. Hoorer, J. J. Barrett, 4. B. Oilman, George Rhodes, jr., B. F Middle ton, \V. H. Iiarrover, Jas. W. Scar*. Francis Miller, Joseph Uawler, H A. Clark, Richard W. Carter, Wui. R. Riley, W. H. Testacy, J. B. Moore, and Jus. W Nairn, were severally oiled, and, frotn previou. bias, pronounced incompetent to serve as jurors. Jas. Kelly, when questioned, replied that he hod form- j ?1 an opinion with regard to the case. He thought, nevertheless, that he could render an impartial verdict Had no conscientious scruples in finding a verdict which ; might lend to capital punishment : was worth $800. He was agreed upon as a At juror, and sworn. K. K. White. Jas. A. Biley, f. F Boucher, T. J. Omit, Wm. Baldwin. Ibua. Otu?e, 8. Duvall, R. M. Sutton, C. C. Whittlesey, Wm. Bowling, R. H. Barnes, and J. O. Horsey were then succeasively questioned and rejacted. Robert A. llooe had formed opinions. With the im- 1 prewion* that he had in regard to the case he would , rather be excused from serving. Mr. Stantou roae and argued that they had a right to ' ask what these impressions were. If they were of such a nature as not to prevent his rendering a fair verdict, they ought not to disqualify him. The wish of the prisoner to be excused he thought not now to be a legitimate subject of consideration. Mr. Carlisle would merely remark, that in order property to comprehend the answer of Mr. llooe, it was necessary to examine the particular question to which he had replied. The last question propounded had been whether be thought that he could render an impaitial verdict. To this be had replied that his impressions wers such that he would wish to he excused. In his opinion the answer, under the circumstances, was a sufficient disqualification. Mr. Phillips contended that the only teat of the qualifications of a juror was whether he was a libtr Kama To IU<. WU<? MVUIU propound tin* question whether (he talesman thought himself competent to render a fair verdict The Court having put the question, Mr. Hooe replied that he should not like to risk it. He was then allowed to retire. John H Wilson, Kan KckreU, B F Guy, E. M Wright, James Goddard, Charles B. Church, John F. Bridget, Wm H. Craige, G. M. Sothoron, Thomas Perry, This Milburu, J. B. Hudson, N. C. MiKnew, HUle ary L. Offutt, J. W. Dyer, and Michael K. Coombs, were, fur various reasons, rejected. P. F Bacon had in conversation conditionally expressed hil opinion. Had no prejudice which would prevent bim from giving a verdict according to the law and the evi dence. Had spoken of Uiia case to several persons, among others, to Mr Gobright. Had no scruples against capital punishment. Was worth $800 The court thought the juror qualified, bat be was peremptorily challenged by the defence. W. H. Morrison, B. B. Mayfield, E. B. Tucker, J. T Jenkins, J. T. Given, K. Lenoy, and A. F. Offutt, were found to be disqualified. Anthony Hyde claimed the privilege of a professional man to he excused from jury duty. Mr. Carlisle mid that they were too modest on their side to orgs the court to excuse the juror on that rove. Mr. Brady said that he claimed to the full an equal amount of modesty for himself and bis colleagues on the defence. Mr. Hyde was excused. John H. Smoot was miming when called. J. B. Ellis, John Moore, A. L. Newtou, and A. Mini- | tree were found to be disqualified. Wm C. Harper, when questioned, mid that all the ' knowledge that he bad of this rase was derived from common reports. Had not altogether formed his opio ion. Waa not conscientiously oppose I to capital pun- ; ishment, although he would prefer to am it abolished. Mr. Harper was accepted by the court and conntwl, and was rworn Philip Hanptman eras questioned, and rejected Hset.rv U k'niaht oaLI thai V.o |>e/4 fnrrntst Kill ru>m>r expressed an opinion Had no lias for or against the prisoner Hud no trrnples against capital punishment Was north *800 He was sworn. W M Gait, J. K Smith, and J W Ott were (band <iw)uMnL Kphraim Wheeler had formed at opinion, based or mere rumor, in reference both to the killing and its fns ti treat ion Would be sorry to think that be cuwtd not render a (air verdict. Had no bias. Preferred, howerer, not to eerie. Thought there might possibly be som< irnpremion on his mind which might tnlta-nce his ver- i diet. Mr. Phillips said that (hie possibility of impreadons was something from which no man's mind could be free He then asked the ioror whether his impressions were ao strong as to inh-tfere with his verdict. Mr Carlisle thought that by the rule already laid down by the court the jnror was di*|tialifted The court so decided. i. W Col ley was questioned and rejected. O. K Jillard had frequently and very decidedly eatpressed his opinion It wa> formed from rumor, and from what he had rend at the case. Waa on the spot a few minutes after the occurrence, and bad expressed his opinion then. Had a strong bias. Did not think that he would make a competent juror. The court remarked that the jura* must be entirely without prejudice , otherwise either Ma would W forced to orrrwm* Ida U* before be wimW render eeidicl cu^Udfy to it. Mi i'luilipe dad-uol IW the dahnae daaimd nothing wee lhau ui Impartial )mtfr The inror wu w teeter) J*?H iWd wm f*im called at tUdwar, bet did ma rue'umien. The dark ihan announced thai tba cttn panel ui nriatf-lr* hlamro area rihnueted Hie minhol having announced that Mr Ihniiiil waa uuacll, un motion ui Mr. Mantou, ka uaa conaideml m Mr OuM 1 suppose the court will direct another aet of talesmen to In summoned ' The court naae tiled. Mr OuM then Inquired whether the new aet could not for the itaukiu of the Mucquito protectorate, it would he obviously unfair, as weii as in the last degree impolitic, for our government to wiimj that lie is guilty, and act on that assumption. But even were ail that is alleged ag bust Sir Gore Ouaofey to be true, it by no mean* follows that there should be any serious misunderstanding between this country and Great Britain. Sir Gore was expressly appointed special envoy to Central ' America for the purpose of ' settling" the controversy which bad long subsisted between his government and that of the United States, with regard to the respective rights of the two countries in Central America. The Kngti*h government sutoUritulIy admitted the justice of the interpretation put on the Clayton Buiwer treaty by oar government?that is, they agreed to cede to Nicaragua the strip of land along the eastern coast of that re. ! public known as the Mosquito Kingdom, over which, by virtue of her assumed protectorate, she claimed to exercise sovereign jurisrtictic- , on condition that Nicaragua should undertake to prote.v the Mosquito Indians in their persons and certain ascertained possessions. They also agreed to ; cede to Honduras the biamls adjacent to her coast known .is the Bay Islands, and to which they wrongfully laid | claim as belonging to Great Britain, in breach of the sol emu engagement "never to assume or exercise any doI minion over Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Mosquito coast, or any pert vf Ctmiral Aintrtei.." Tw carry out these arrangements, and to aecare to Great Britain a free transit across the Isthmus, which the Kail of Derby said in a speech in the House oi Lords, delivered nearly two years ago, was the only lute rest his country had in Central America, it uras resolved that a special enroy should be sent to the Central American republic* to conclude separate treaties with tboee States, a hich it was understood should | be a substantial concession ol the demands and pretensions of the nited States. In all subsequent negotiations be; tureen the cobineta of Washington and London, the latter has always evinced the most loyal determination to abide | oy its agreement, and give effect to its promise*, ami nothing j could be more conciliatory, more respectful to this cnunI try, or more moderate, than the sentiments expressed on | several occasions during the last two years by the leading statesmen of England in relation to the Central American controversy. "Our only intern!," said Lord Derby, "in Central America is, that the isthmus routes may uot be : placed in the hands of a power capable of exercising a controlling influence over our commerce, and I shall view i any sacrifice of the islands and territory (the Bay islands I and Mosquito territory) which we may make in that region as fully compensated for by the attainment of the ! other objecta involved in such a general arrangement." | The Karl of Clarendon agreed with Lord Derby that Great i nnuju nu no mKreiu wnavcver in v emnn amnica beyond that of possessing a free transit across the Isthmus, which the United State* have never disputed and Lord John Russell said : "With regard to Central A trier! an, I am glad to see the course which the government have taken. The phantom King of Muwpiito may, I hope, bo said to have disappeared, and we shall run no risk of being involved with that great republic, the United States, in any difference concerning the various tribes oscupying Central America, who ate none oi them worth the lives of 5.000 British or Americans." The Kngliah people cordially endorsed these sentiments, and fatly admitted the justice and expediency of the concessior of our demands. Considerable delay has occurred in the fulfilment of the agreement and the conclusion of the necessary conventions with the Central American States. We have no reason to believe that this delay has been occasioned by say desire on the part of Great Britain to evade her engagements, or renew pretensions, in Central America which she had promised to abandon Our government have very properly Insisted, in the interests of the country and of the continuance of peaceful relations with Great Britain, that the new arrangement should be clear in its obligations, and free from any ground for fnture controversy. The negotiation* for the conclusion of snch a final settlement hare been necesaarily tedious, and have occupied much time ; but there is no reason to suppose that the ilelay Is attributable to lad faith ?n the part of either of the contracting parties. On the contrary, Ixwd Xapier stated, in conversation with a member of our editorial staff not three months ago, that be lad tbe fullest conviction that the Central American <juestion would be finally and satiafcetorily settled before loog. and gave it to be understaood that England had no desire to establish or poaseas any rights in Central America other than a right of free transit across the Isthmus. If Sir Oort Onssdsy has transcended l.i* instruction*. or failed to carry lh.ni oat in the Spirit in which they were understnod hy oar government, he will doubtless be dinsvowed by the British cabinet anil effect given to the original undertaking. Whatever dbune Mr. Buchanan may deem it his duty to pursue towards Nicaragua (or the punishment of the alleged indignities which she has recently offered to the Vaited Male*, will not in any way afluct oar relations with Great Britain, or oar negotiations for the settlement of oar controversy with that power as to the interpret* tiou and doe nhmrvsan of Um obligations of the Clayton Itulwcr treaty MAHRIED. OS Its Mb Ws , bf the per l? Si inias ivs TW* T DWWt Panes ftaSm savy, Is *mg y asgas SsatMvr sf Pnas D fwjwr W) siwwfanery enemy Msryinf be it turned by half part two' IV mntfi dtfMtief replU (Vt iVy could not r? turn the panel thai afternoon, ion they had now to go Into the county. The court than dimctad the marahal to a?mum aeveaty-ire tolmau, mod hue them In court to-mm tour morning Judge Crawford Inquired ui ethar the oouuael could make any further program to-day. Mr Brady replied that uothifkg further could be done Th? judge thrn dtamtmed the juror* an far obtained until to-morrow morning at tan o'clock. remarking (Ut km had enough confidence in their good mum to know that they would forbear from talking to any oue concern lug the Mibject of the trial, and warning them agaiuat permitting any one to speak to them about It The court then adjourned. During the todkra* and somewhat monotonous examination of the talesman, fir. Sic-kka had remained standlog, leaning forward against the railing of the dock, an attentive listener to the queries and replies. Hie father, ' a line-looking gentleman, with Mr. Hajioii, occupied seals immediately in front of the jury box. When the prisoner urn remanded to jail, a large crowd followed him to the galc. The jurors so far obtained are M follows : 1. Reman Arnold, ui Waabiugtou county, fanner. 2. James L. Davis, of Washington county, farmer 3. John K Kealc, of Washington city, merchant. 4. William M Hopkins, oi Washington city, gent's furnishing store. fi. William Bund, oi Washington city, shoemaker. 6. James Kelly, of Washington city, tinner. 7. Win. C liarper, of Washington city, grocer 8. Henry 11 Knight, of Washington city, grocer. It is confidently expected by the counsel that the jnry ! will be completed on the third day. THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTIONS. [From the V Y Journal of Cimmeres, April 4 ) On the unsupported allegation that bir William Gore Ouseley, the British envoy to the Central American republics, lias intrigued with the governments of those countries to defeat the views of the L'uited States with regard to Central America, and to procure fur Great Britain an ascendency there at variance with the Aineri can construction of the Clayton Uulwer treaty, it is assumed by the opposition to President Buchanan's adminj Utratiou that he lias neglected thelnlcrests of the United States, and allowed himself to be duped by the British diplomatist. It is also asserted that in the treaties or tre-ity which the British representative is aaid to lutve negotiated with the Nicaraguan government, no mention is made of au alrandotuent by Great Britain ot the Moaquito protectorate, and that it is by his advice and iufitieDce that the Cass-YiUsari treaty has not been ratified by the Nicaragua!! Cong rem Until the fact is authentically ascertained that Sir Gore Ouseler has been guilty of the duplicity aud hostility to American interests and policy which are imputed to him, : and until it is officially declared that in the convention concluded by him with M. Martinez no provision Is mad CITY INTELLIGENCE. Lmus'* K?raaraiss-~W? have bafate us th* last nura ] ber of Ladi. , Illustrated Newspaper, one of tko "civil tiers ot the age," and ?t oougratulatc 1U proprietor upon | the termination ot another remarkable achievement in 1 Ute way of "wood tuta" mm] -seiniatioa paragraphs " | | la that Illuminated pictorial, we And wbal pur pot to lo J j be the view uf the court roots in tbto city duiiog tbc | ' trial ef Hurt. Daniel E gickla. The jwlft, Ute jnry, j j lite primmer. the counsel, the fltcen of the court, the I I witness, and Ute spectators are all there la bold railaf . but were H not foe the foot note., we would be unable j ( to distinguish any uae of Ute part teat depicted. The ] engraving, fur all we know to the contrary, way | , hare embellished that paper upon any other occa- < dou of eqeal i a lei eat and importance I* the pah 1 He. It Meat to ua ae if the proprietor kept an 1 eeeortaient of three things oo band, ready tut aay cuter j j geacy , iur aewe of a railroad dimeter, a steamboat ex , pieaioe, a wreck, or a ire is scarcely received by tele graph before we are treated to a sketch of the terrible j occurrence, with the dead and the dying, and the wound- j ed pmrniocutlv ia view, at taken by hie artist, despatched lo the scene, with all Uae oelerity that marked the light 1 of the tieaii of the Arabian tales It was astir the other I 4 vy that the papers ooouiaed a horrible account of a 1 otaa being devoured by rattlesnakes. Out cent a* the " reformer and civlliacr" with a representation of those ' ratUeeoakes actually making a meal at that onfurtonate , individual. The Sickles trial began on Monday. If wc are to credit I the reporters of our own aud other papers lees "ful 1 1 than Leslie's, the empanelling of the jury has not yet been concluded ; and yet Leslie came lo us yesterday embellished with anticiputire portraits of the twelre jurors, and, still more wonder ful to relate, with a witness on the stand undergoing a fearful ere >s examination at the hands of the learned counsel. Truly, we live in a fast age, and Leslie does not unbeaeem it. i Eutcrio* or Omcaas ? At an election held at the Co Uimbht Engine House, on Monday, the 4th instant, for even directors of Ute Columbia Library or Capitol Hill, the following perrons were duly elected for the ensuing year : J. & Pendleton, las. A. Tart, Jas. A. Brown, Phil. , J. Eanis, Jas McDcnaott, Daniel A Connolly, and C C. , < Elei in Tusas was a slight fall of snow yesterday morning between seven and eight o'clock, which somewhat eetonished our citizens. It wae unexpected and unseaeonaVie, j < and the cold and wiud which followed rendered tire streets very disagreeable, and Indoors, with the accompaniment of a cheerful Are, <(uite comfortable. " I i Ths Fishouks are now in active operation, and visited , duly by those who are curious to see the mode of catchlog shad and preparing them for market. Shad are selling at from $10 to $13 per hundred ; herring at from $8 M to $$. AUCTION SALBS. ' j By J. C. McGlTlRE A CO., Auctioneers. 'liRUHTBE'S SA LE.?By virtue of a decree of tire 1 I circuit court of tlx- Ixurtci <s Colombia, lire <uKlersi(o?l. 1 Iru.i e, will o0.'r (or tolo, oo W?lio:rJ?jr aTtortoiua, April 27ib st I 0 Ock, lotbc tig hot butocr, on the prsin sw, lot So, It. in rrwu . U s D, HI Wa.iUu.tr loo city. District of Columbia, ah the rettl estate, , legal auJ xqaiicb-c, of J-.hn u Uprm^aua lber-ic, lo pay the sum of ?rl> S3. pruK-I ) >!, imrr-wl a jr Irmral of caij courl at ' la* >(>ui.<lulj .-> prt 04101* -it lli? ?u t of Archibald M'lUh tf. I The said kM u ill mled 4 the mow of Mary Uad ?hwk and Mb . ittut ?r>1, rotiUitu 5.2W square feet, aad u improved by a good dwel'-lu; buu-e; it Will be sold >ub> uln km thereon fir >1 000 4u? the eet.ite of Jmepb ? Trtwo, do, . -d, ? ith mt w -t ur..i,-r a deet of I l/e.t (r. iii-ai! .Sprui?iuaa u> 1 ;.?terKk Whyi dated the 1Mb Au ( cunt. 1U5, ate! payable w Ova year*. T rata of sale Due -futmQ of Uw pttrthaae money to be imel la haad ea the day '*aatr, aad tbe r.-rid as la (, IS. aad 1H tuoalb* front day of sale, with interest purchaser to gtre hu note* fur laid deferred . paynaeau. JXO. MaRLTRY, Trustee. JAR C "IcGl'lRK k CO , < Apt?auwtd* Auctioneers i By J AS. C. McUUIKK Jk. Cm., Auttioueer*. \7"ery valuable building lot on ninth street west, between U aa t H >Usew north, aa i House aad I I lot ea Seventh street, el pebtte sate.?Oa Monday afternoon, April I 11. at 5 o'clock, on lUa premise*,we shall sail part of square be. 175, . ! r.mm M (at 1* umbo* ea Xtalk street west, bctweew r: sod H , streets aurtb, running lactdOl feet. Tuii U admitted to be owe of tbe ami delightful k<atsocj fur a pri I rate residence f * tale ta tba' secuoa of tbe city. Alee, at t o clack, cw the pr.-mu.-s, lot Jto. 1, to aqoare Xo. 440, fronting 24 feet on wrrettlh street, betwe-a L aad M street*, aad raa- I aiag hack ? feet ? teebes, together w-th tbe uapruTsaMMi, <.*?i?t Of of a snug Iwo-abwy frame da-tnng hiuaa. TWm perfect. T >rm-i Oce fourth ca-ib; tbe rendu, in ?, 12. aad 1* mouths, with Interest, secured by a deed la tn?-i un the premfcMW. JAR. C. MetilTRK k CD, I By JAS. C. McGCIKE A Co., Auctioneer*. CORPORATION STOCKS AT PUBLIC SALE! On Friday afternoon, April 1th, at ? tj o'ckirk, at tba auction routas, we rkalt tell ia iurtu to sutt? tl.uOA Corporiiiun of Wa*hl i(toa quarterly per cent stock. 14 50A Oirp-wmt na of Alexandra* per reel stuck. Threw- Cash, ta rwrrctrt fmb JA?. C. MrOnRE A CD < Ap *?1 Am nuns si s | By A. GREEN. Auctioneer. Three handsome building lots near < the Nary yard at auction ?fw Wedniwliy, April A, 1 shall s*ll, ) oe the premise,, at o'c orb, p. three handsome building has. i < Ptatsd ia sq-iare No. 1.047, brink all of kit 22 and part ef kd 23 in mid square, aad subdivided ia three budding It Is fronting <-n the * n(jr ti kndwoMli tiiu?4 near lb* I.?vr yard. a liitln cut of til. | real-lane? or Mr*, Spsrer, perfectly frilled, and a commanding proa p?ct- The lot* front a* tallows J2 feet, 12, 7 and *2, 7. routing back ' 102 feet ? focbaa to a 30 feat alley. < Terms itae third cask. balance ui -I*. twelve, and eighteen mroths, J for not * hearing internet from day of safe A deed given and a daad of trnel taken. Tttla tmikapuUblr. A. GREEN, April J td Auctioneer By A GREEN, Auctioneer SALE by order of the Qiartennaater at the Uui- ! lad titau-s Garrison -On Wadn.-s.tay, the Ml InaUM, 1 shall sell, m the Tailed State- Gamma, at U a cluck, m a large hit of- I ( ..iform cuaas, fatigne Jacg.u Woolen pants, great cuota linen overalls, carpet* J Together with a tot of Other artlatae. Tertoa cash, in specie its .wd*r of the guar ter. ranter A GREEN ' ( By J C. NcGUIHE CO., Auctioneers. < UlTEklOH ROSEWOOD SET EX OCTAVE PIAXO ' Vj Part# and Ifcnuehnld Furniture at N* AMH ?On Than I (lay morning. April 7tb, at IS o cluck, at the bnnar recently oceaptod | b) Gov Stecena, an 12lh strvet, between E nn.l F atraett, we shall 1 a#U all the fnrsitnre and eflecu, comprising ? ( Super ve veven < ctave rvssewnod caar piano f.wte, hy tevti *Cn- I Sort of crlnsaua plush covered parlor furniture ( trench ptate pier gtaaaav stab* and hrncket* llarble tup centre and aafa UMaa Wslant andlind etegeee, whatie.4 j State ot four crimson damaek curtains, with tare eurtetaa tad * snsafos French china canoe aad an tan I arwamantn Superior fvlcrt, Biunaah and three-ply carpete u talefotii. matting, brvmge bat Ire* " Extension dmtag-tabta, nak arm tan ag chair* Handaonie wak-gany aecretary and boefcente ? B. esiktaat and car l labLaa, luuago Mahugaay high post aad French hniatsads I U*hf?iD)r aarf walnut MrlMe u>v drnwt bnrnuu Mart-to tnp ?alnmiiti. knM wti ExorIL ut uitn^uj uJ w?.?ut ??i4?>h >?athrr M, kMm, and | ltk>*r Hair tllrwi i, Wank-l. ai,4 nafciu B*V ?Wn, (Mnr-fkidn, Mr<?, kr CMaa, (ka?. aad a?*?i) wart Block un cbaltag <iuixM, kairca, and fork* J Sthrrr plain! caalor. ptata wariMr.Br ' ItopdVr wUfa a (iwfOa.nrtaal t4 bunarkrrpinr n^kHo. i u I Term*: tM and wader, oak over Out aula, a crvdft ?r ?0 and M <* tor nial?ion:> atonal *?, twanap lalirnl i P li. TV llw. alwrh to a tttj at.ttaM ant. to tor rwwt to- " qatoa <4 tor aactfcacaaa. " J AS C. MaCllKK k CO., h April A?A ? , ? Ifjr A (iRKKf, Auctioneer. 1/XTES8IVB 8ALB BY rAT Al/HH R OF BOOTS. I k Hi Km, ntd Mm u Mnioa. ?B TbnraMf, tb? Tth tamt , 1 I ~ ll.ll - 8 t.y >+ul"r"- on IV- ?<-rr?l fton* rf m >->?? ?* , > 1 >f? SrrrMk iVfrt ll 1* A'rfMk, m , frr rmiyiH IMawinllMtwXMl, ?? ?M |BIW*, roa?Pr?.Hlj B g?a<r?l mmlMial at Mn', mmm? palkM'i m4 mt. Th iM BmB ijrkl |mB, wl will b* mH to IW bgba* * lurM r TW ?UgHaa ?f f ?*>-?? la Jm lr?4? ? AlWMtm. Otngit. n?. ii ami Waab agum U raafMfmH) jkim l? Uw ?Ab, aai aa Dm Mark It brgv ib?j Win plmi W pM?Mi to iha tun*. ~ $ TVrttu All mmwtttmi aaAar 4ii. <~aafc. <rr?r |*A, <r*rfll at bar aaJ ii* mk far at^rarfl mBmImim, tMraiaMMt - f raarty <m T*?<Mr o?t April a?4 A. dm, ABldMIM | 4 LL THB NK4V I4I4.IK8 OB THB l>?Y iMcraol 3^-VtrLrrtrsj^^^r^; r-., , NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. r?W Itaf! Ul*r from E uruyr Arrival ( (k* New Irri New Yuu, AptU i ?TVe .W-wiuehlp Sew Yurk, trum luuibiaplas oa Ike tU, arritrd ken tkia furenooo IVmllimhl idvkw tie ikttinil) ami pacific. Tele inpkic dwnetcka Irm Parte toy tbal Ike Ice power* ???? ipted to i Eitopwn Oongrrae a Italian iMr*. Mil the place, kale. anil eaUsut at tke dkanaaiua have not ret baaa eeUlad. Tkc Hague, I>w<luu, auJ Bciliu are aeaUouil u U.e mwl likely place* Paris correspondence wji that the Emperor, having Ken tu formed ?-f the ultimate resolutions ul Austria, dc iia to recede by diplomatic help (t ?u bis w-uix ittihxk Another letter says that Austria ami i'ruio tppeai more inclined towards a pacific solution It it xrtain now that Auatria'a iorce in L? mbsrdy ia much awe imposing than was supposed A Vienna corves poodral my* that danger of a cuiiieioo la falling off f* tha present. The Austrian papers, hew*ret, give warnng against too nnich conttdcmrv in the peaceful report*, tod my it ia very doubtful if a Congress b ooovuhed. Man. A large meeting of workmen bad been held in Uj 1* Park in oppoaition to the reform lull In the Home ol Commons on Monday night Lord John ftussaii moved his amendment to the reform bill, which tc bad previously given notice of. Debate on the subject was poatponed until Tuesday. The Neapolitan exiles had arrived at Bristol. A crowd tf at least 10,000 person* met them on the quay The Tiruea city article says that the announcement of t pence Congress caused an improvement in the funds, which would have been more, but fur the fact that the Paris Bourse had not yet shown any decided recovery of XiOtkJcoce Ai aniA and FTUT. The export of gunpowder and sulphur from Austria to Italy had been prohibited. The London Morning Herald aays that France intends to protest against the construction of fortiheatioua at i'Dcenws Cardinal Antouelli has requested the immediate evacuation of Borne by the French troops The Daily News says that tbe last Austrian circular was written by Prince Mctteruich. Atmuut AXD IMUt. Australian dates of a week Inlet had been received. Ihe miners were doing a prosperous business By tbe Bombay mail of the 5th. it was learned that tbe Kobillan bad been dispersed by the troops and their forta captured without a blow. Tautia Topee waa still at huge. Livcarooi..--Cotton iluscd at an advance of 1-16 a ?. caused by American advice*, and the [?cilk: aspect ut continental affairs. Breadstuff* were quiet, there having been no regular market since the Persia left. Provisions were dull. Sugar steady. Spirits turpentine dull at 40s. a 41s. Brain steady Los DOS?The corn market had advanced one shilling Consuls, >3) a 96). The Pennsylvania Fugitive-Slave Case. Puiuancupula, April 5. ?The fugitive case (as reported resterday) was continued this afternoon, lite excitement It ill continues, and a large police force is compelled to be in attendance. The counsel for the defence moved that the coinmislioner hood the case over to another judge, (or the reason that the corninisaioaer had prejudged the case, and icted as advocate for the claimants; it having been ihown in evidence that the commiadoner pronounced the first power of attorney as insufficient, and informed them that he would be obliged to release the negro if arrested under it; and that by his advice a new power of attorney had been obtained. Benjamin Brewster, esq., for the claimant, argued that t was pre eminently his duty as commissioner to give this information Ik fore he issued the wairant. The commissioner overruled the motion. Congressional Convention. Noarout, April 5.?The convention at Suffolk to-day ieterroined to make no nomination in opposition to Mr. Millson, the democratic member of the late Congress. Flection in Louisville. Locmyiixb. April 4.?The opposition have elected their mayor and a majority of tire councils. Eighteen opposition and six democratic members of the latter am chosen. The Personal-Liberty Bill. Albaxt, April 5?The personal liberty bill was defeated to-day by a vote of 54 to 55. PIm rial. Xaw Yobjc, April 5. Stocks closed unsettled?Chicago end Ibick Island. 56 ; Illinois Central shares. 68} ; do. londs. 88 ; Michigan Southern. 13} ; New York Central, f6; Pennsylvania Coal Company, 80} : Reading, 50} ; ililwauk.it' and Mississippi, 7} ; Virginia 6'a, 98} ; Missouri 6's, 87}. Markets. Naw Yobk, April 5.?Cotton closed buoyant?sales if 5,500 bales ; in transitu cotton advanced }; Orleans, 11} a 11}, with 7-16 tor freight. Hour closed heavy? tales of 7,000 barrels State, $> a 85 65 ; Ohio, $6 50 k 96 65 ; southern, $6 10 a $6 60. Wheat closed with I declining tendency, but quotations are nominal?red, II 50}; wbite, $1 87. Com closed lower?salts of 19,000 uuahels -yellow, 84 a 88 cents ; mixed, 88 cents. Pork dosed heavy -mew, $17 40 a $17 85 ; prime, $12 50 a 112 60 Lard closed heavy at 11} a 11} cents. Whis icy closed quiet at 25} cents Sugar closed firm at 6} a 1} cents. Spirits of turpentine closed firm at 53 a 73} rents. Ruaiu closed firm at $1 62}. Rke closed firm at 1} a 4} pent* A Fbisnd ii New?Dr. Wistar'i Balsam of Wild Cherry it a friend in Jet J. Wbo has not found it such in uriug all disease* of the lungs and throat, coughs, cub's, ind pulraoniry affections, and "last, not least," conlumption ' Buy none unless it has the written signature of "/. B?h?" on the wrapper. Ap $?DSWJtW Bouiivat'i Pills *jw Oumnrr.?The dire hydra of lisease, dyspepsia, b driven totally and finally from the ystem by tbb great anti-bilious remedy ; while the ointment reduces the inflammation occasioned by gout and heomatic affections. The pills act in unison, cooling ind refreshing the heated Mood, and renovating the vital Hrganisation. Bold at the manufactory. No. Kb Maiden ADf, New Vork, ind by nil dragghb. at 15 cent*, (3 ent*, ami *1 per box or pot. Ap 6?DAW DOMANCI AND ITrf HERO; by the anthor of ft, "jugdaian, am***.- Ira. rvte?ai ifc IJft or North Antenna hwrti. by B Jirf r, with tent- me laatratkraa Irwi rpenoKot la the rahOMt of the author 1 T<d forte. I ? Wurr Ahont Jmw; wWh ittotratanaa end a map by the anthor if Parp of bay," -Reading wham* Trare," Or. Tar eaWhy RLAMCRjRD ft HOHVN", Apt Chrwer or lltb etreet aad Pnwa antoe. A CARD. A Ur Gtflltmm of lie Cttjr ami it Vxajfy. |T*DWARD DOLAN, Merchant Tailor, Sign of the Gold* a new, corner oT 1?th itrrrt and Pcoa. aveaae, oppo Ir Wiilar-fc H- tel. mart raapartruTlj rvturne hie riacer* thank, for M ?V-rel patnmag* he ha* received beyond hie anal aanyunie ?? mua and hopea la merit a eonuanance at the tame. j(e aK>*,U> Ifl he to pia**e, eirr general oaAetaMwa, 'eprrbor OUpu cartpeofo, a J oetl tow for r?-h He aaar torltae the at toe \ e -i at hp ftvead. a to m pah We to lit maw am* etagaat mmrtiaapt 4 tpa| puoat. aofcrtad f haaaetf from the heat mtpnrterr la Kev York, rumprfouig. la col - at the moat ax|ddte for Traak ami foam caafo. rich at Ik muafi ad paxdaVaa gnada, morataf cunfo. and ha da tea uuea and aprta* rercaate at the nd heaoOfWI etylea GkmrUatly oa hand a rtrh aa arUMH or faj-Ll ihfoa gonda. tad a aaprrh bat at Ea?IWh .hare and m era rata. March *1 -dim How WE ARE GOVERNED, h hand-book of tfe? eaaeruatboa. pivarnmeM. lawa, aad power at Britain f A. Puklnfo|ai London 1AM tamat. Hkaraeli r ChiaiaiWn tad ifcaarrcU 4 A'-.bora, new r .dloa. loa aa,l?W. *1 U?ra*b'a Cortaai-^h ?( hnrialwre, arm edM.ea. 3 xo'a leadaa. ? " iv lli. Njhrl Log* 1* TVotngy anal OUmr taaji I on lam, IU&. NkrBac < V**. Ml of Wom. Utta, \ r* iNrtra^ 1W LMi of Sori^ aidmm ** * J-fJr *' *' r?Ss??fc??I NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. ROSE*DALE H1DKULH <ERE*T. UOKKVIAN"rf ROSEN DALE CEMENT, Wmrmmfd / 3y.u. Qmdty, Ana u? nu iv THE LAW HENCE CEMENT CUMTANY umcx, m wall !*nUCLT mcw vuma M W WuuOYACD, HarrMary kUi 1/ ?M< M. C. Uerrlai * 0*1 fated Ckaaiftea Safe*. THK nLaaibert, grutetul fur paal favor*, and AoUtrtf HUM a iuotoubaiaa pmMt vara baatu* -< Itu-ir |-i na.<ai lu ttel cMMIUul ?n auviMu man nra 111 ry w abW ail ibwr atack, Laaa aaUffaU ikrir <I?pui by ufMriii.f an cii 'MlVj it Ukl UruiMa <* Hr?aa*i) al.N 1)1, .-nraar 4 Murray r><?x", 11 II* iba CMy Hail Tfela uterrm -1 -4 ararabuao- r?aa. rtt> | lb* raoeal altreaiva relarseaaaaa < Ibv (aaaary, aUl MaMr tbo | mbacriber* lu kaap ou band al all Haw a urgrr morn ?* mrc >? _ I burster prog* aatea Item aay other eateblMhtneat M ?W worVt Cwpcabr aUeaOoa all ba bad U rnaatracuag adea tea private faaubaa tu wlct aub mter laraun tor tba Mrar?f at ptete and Jewelry ALte> Witt ttaap on haa4 aad aiake w a*? ail load*of tenia ay hiW, eaaM kuuu. ao-l bank vaalU Hall a paieM powter prate bate. Mr baaki I or atorc ten ; ter'i pa Hal parauaialiaa baafc teak . aai Cr|gtt'i ptecnl lellw Ui ailboulk.-, ? - . 8. a mucusa * Co, Sua lJi 1*7, aad 1(1 Water lUM. and Sa til Broadway, caraar Mamy at., Mae vark r corut * oo *|m# Wtahmyion, D C. B W KNOWUB, Apewt I May H If tetemnnl V.r.b.u AIGD8T BELMONT. BA.VKE&, MO. 7k B?aV1lK BTSKTr. leewea Letter* te Credit l?r traveller. available te all parti af Ik* arte, teroutfti iter Maura. ItethechlU. mt Parte, lraulaa, tiaakkrt, VaphM. aa4 Viaaaa, aad ttertr aonwepuedvau | Marete 4?dkoi ? | v A CAM). Q1 Q Olo ATrornOM, HOCSCKKKPEia A.\l) JTlUOfc" Olo ! I hare tkw day rvcavad a fa * id Ike Dr. tai upngbt iiatag-nooaa I rvfri?cratnra improved aad gok ap to aiy nrdar > atea. a Ira- teSaa I fbrd'e celebrated Arrtte rteriy. raiorr, aaeaadbilnred by (tmtead k I Co . ?d Balitoi' . r aad a ara article, sever bavins bteure baa telri^ dacod low tbte market, eailad Ike Polar Rrfrl?eT.rtur, tevotvaaf MM i purtaal prteaipiaa aevee btebre aiteia-d together vrHb a gbrat lUbif I at cbrat aad apngtet r.-fngwijiori, Med la a Mo ittiili I Patau I ranging front S13 In kite I ate deterateaad W bare I ha vary baai rtei Igaealar ? kbat aaa ba prucarad te Iter loualry, aad ab I aatl will ba warranted aa nrpra ,, and 1 I bara ateu rie.lred aaetteer aapply af cteUrra. variuge. aad , rbaiiai; aaaacthiag vary hateiteaae; prim from H Ml u. Water ?obn id Ikv besl and lale.i improved p'Ueraa, from * ti> la klY > Hoturkeapiag g<*dt te all klode. > .dung rteru, atel other *aad m I eadlnaa variety, and lb* cheap*.-! la the cay. Htteuoy te fraal full af gaud. Itaate nail < C. WOOfrWAKU, tllcami dealer te HrmteduiuteblBg Wanda. Ma. 31k Pcco lylvante tmw. April k?3i brnwa lOlb and 1 lite atreatte JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, WATCHER, Solid Silver Tea Sets, Waiters, Pitchers, Goblets, CTPB, PORKS, (MUM, An J every poaeibln vaiWly id Ciocf fllrsr Were ? m*T-. c > a- , . 4 Udmit. ' mmmrnm* and otlur Jewelry, IVatrhri, <hr. A Urge MnrUMl of the aim, alwava tu hand, to wkwh we hi Til* public attention. W. V OAli * BKO , Jeweller*. M Pwtn. ???., M II?1) tour door* weet at Iran,1 Hotel GALTsi CITY STEAM FIRE WOOD MILL Wood SuKtd ami BjfUL Qmt 4 *0 KhU> HAVING rebuilt our milW, which were destroyed bjr Are on the night of the ISth IMtatr; m art aaur pro I pored to tarul-th all la want of WOOD a the tooal Uvorrble terms Pno* awing *ba ante right si um i?a Irvt tor the manufacture at KIXBUXC AW STOVE WOOD by machinery, ami ha via/ the only .splitting mill ix the city our tartlitics suggest to the cooaumer economy an-l cnuTentrace ' Oar hundred aaJ fifty aU feat la a rnrd of ep>l! awl, gaining twenty -eight feet by being tplil. COAL of all kutda. A complete and fell atnek always on hand. Otflce, nortbtreat corner oi 12th ami C etrrHa. Mill foot of Seventeenth street below the War DtarUirM. March 2b?tf notice to mariners. [No. ?.] mscoxtixuance or uchm M0RRI3 ISLAND, or OrerJl Beacon*, near entrance of Charleston narb.tr. Sun-h Carolina-?Not too b here. | by (tree that, from and after the night ol the SOtlt ar t . the tea ! bracua light- on Morris Ulaad, near the entrance of t oar to... n harbor, South Carolina .-anally kuowa x lb-- Overall beacons, alb bi> By order of the light bouae Board w. b. franklin, Secretary Ttatajn-ar IMraraarr, OUlce light botue Board April 1, l?o? a# ha P)R SALE ? A pair of carnage ham, over II hattda high A polrbf tnaren. over 15 hand* high. To be aeeo at tbe aubie at the owner, in front of Oak HI.) ftaawy, I Georgetown Hetghu, from S o'clock until 13 o'clock, a. m , duly _ Mar W-dSw. CARPETING, FLOOR OIL-CLOTH, RUGS. MATtiaga, DrogguU, Curtam Material*, and Houae-fumkhiag Dry lJood?, tuck an? Velvet upwtry carpeting*. new designs T?[*Mtr) Brussels du ta great variety New stfla Brussels do super quality Extra beav> 3 ply da very rich Extra-d'-iper iognuado aew pollens* Very heavy all wool Dutch carpeting* Twilled Veuiiaa carpeting tot balk and .lap* Velvet and Brussels da du da Full tUsvu extra heavy and very neb door oilcloths, rat te At any alxe or shape room, hall,or passage Mosaic. velvet, and tufted ruga and mat* Onrna and Chit too tn-siuigs 12-t, 14 4, 16 4 drugget crumb clot ha English druggets, all tssdtfas, by the yard Very richly embroidered tare curtalaa kbit tau.ee brucatett, and repe Cor curtaiaa White, buff, Mae, and green shade hnens Stair rode, curtain lvlures, he. Raring ntlemled H ADAS It COH great Carpet Aactww, which tank plan in Mew York <m the 4th ami bio we u, ncr* prepared to odhr greater inducement* Utan can be altbrded under ordinary Wrcum stances Purcbasere are respecthttiy invited to an exammatuai ot our thick. HOt* BHD. k CD Aug 16?diC ST. CIIARI.ES HOTEL, ftnur nf /Vseglmia mew and 3d Weed Waiii igtea. II. C. THIS popular Ilouae lian, in consequence of the adp tarn meat off fnagrae, a nambar ot One rooms suitable tar fianhas sad stogie gviitkeeea with board, all at very moderate prices Clean beds and goad table k Ibe deserved repulebau off this catab- ? liihmtm. B. IAMB fViprietor wff Mar 23-dtfff NEW YORK AND WASH IN <4 TON. GREAT DESPATCH. i Tkrotojk Km* no Oammtlf I Aittr 1'srt and Bahtmort tlrmmart and At BalUmort and Waikngkm Railroad ^ Freight In ash per M an eauremant good* - - |* Other ar ie lea at propamoaaw rate* rpiiE straniers of thia line now make the patetia^o X between Mew Vork and Baltimore In fort, been, leasing I Sew York every Toeeday. Thursday, and tkturday at wan. haw I pier U. North rtver. /.<< >; qge seso (took tmmeWUtel) forwarded at Baltimore TH08. H PARSO.Vrt, Waal, tug too, SAMtTI. T PfcARtT, Baltimore, H B CROIIWK1I k CO., Jfrw Vttrk. , Ibrrh St?tfly ( k?.?L r K Bart. 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