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t r..mrc ! Wood ,hed Mi" ? -re.-. th..e.uCh.our.r: S "l" Wi... bare be.nl of th. Tea far- iL,. Bar. nd b.v. determined to b.v. V ,B "T,. ' amount- Tobacco i. great f revenue te tb. Government in Milan; 7 rh-k and American had hi cigar fUld out vt k .Uth- Thereupon money " . ,.,,-Btte tbe eoldiers, who next 4y p t.ra bow cimrs, wlurlt you u!Uisr. yea ok. to-morrow (.1.1 of January) ia the niii.t ,u him rni uo iuoiii. W"unJof ineiBfromH) to 200 strong pa- .l-out, puffini cigars, when the people ... lh! .oldiery, the latter, heated with V.i them, and killed and wounded T!!h.adreii a.d fifty. M. Maganani, aged sixty LoreJ by til. ll0t d,,!lJ hile ,r'l"f t0 " .wece. Atri th. abjuration of tobacco may lead to seri- :. ...ut The Pot toe on bravely . The Pope goes on KOMI t 1"'w ;.h hit reform. He U the centre, round which .k. Italian art willing to rally k.m ti is ouiet. The Liverpool Timea nays, -a friead writ ut word, thing are reported to occurred here which have never happeued ... ,.tieBeWI of outbreak, ic, firat from PjrU." Rather too strong, thia ! i... anoWixed to Turkey. Feace Is rwred-anJ let VW be thanked ! .miiuM i, alao, quiet. The Diet ia re tUo anuy, aud preparing to revie and .... .i.. rrl Pad withont delay. The Celtic rieei f tl,e different cout h'Te k"1 Publuh .hut intervention. Guixot was averse to it; but ywiW Metternich. He advocated war. Kag!nd urged a consultation of the five powera, emee if Inte-fareue waa determined upon, they n.ut determin upon what ground it ahould be 00 D- " e ji"i- Wm T.reauiua baiUerlaua wm M leu alone. Ftm was busy in political matters. The Chamber were einbarraMiug the minister. Ai-ii L-Kira, with his family, wa at Toulon. The I'uke D'Aumale had promised him that ,r houia 1 K-ut to ypt. It U thought l!ie I rroeli Government will keep him until they Mixivtie tue l.gyptian 1'ailia to forbid hia tsui.ug there. Than they will relieve the Al jierun Vice-roy, aud hold eafe the famou ArxbCliief. Ii lm i In better condition. There i evl jHly a change Uking place. Sir Lueima H Brim, In declared that the Irwh member luuftt act not agitate that if they do ao.Gof erameut and the Eoglinh will meet them iu a right fpirit. The Ev.ihh Government and people are get liaf aluug better aud better. The revenue haa (illea of bet the decreaee i fr lea than wn etMTted to tlud it. Indeed the returns ahow, hauver temporary autTering, panic, preure, mil abwve all bad law may have caused, that th resource of the people are undiminishsd, aud their iuduotry uuimpaired. The coatroreniT about the Bishops is over. Mr. Lit and lr. Hampden are confirmed. The ceremony is singular, and w e give part of it At the eoufirmalion of Mr. Lee, proclamation tu niade as fulloas: "Ojei.uyei, Oyer, all manner of person who shall or will objeet to the confirmation of the Rex. Jamm I'niH'e Lee to be llishop f the Ejiwopal See bf Maucheater, let them now com (..rirird, and make their objections in due foru: ii' la, aud they s'lall Iw heard." ".Mr. Gutteruige: 'I am an oppoter, and ob jt to these proceeiiiipj.' "Sir J. Ddokon: What is your name? 'Mr. Gutleridge: Thomas GutteriJge. 'Where is your residence Tl live ia Can-aaa-ttreet. Uirmiugham. What U yoar profession I am a Surgeon. "Do yoa mean to object to the coufirmalioa of the Lord electeJ llishop of .Manchester I d. "Have vnu yur objections dramn np in what puqrt to i cue form of law T Yes "Sir J. Uoiison: Iet me see them. "Mr. Gullrridpe: The first M a protest afxiort the proceeding of this day 'I Thomai Outu-rirge, a member of the united church of Engine and Ireland, do protest against the pro cciupi of this day, for the confinnaticn of the Kev- j. P. Lee, Bishop elect cf Manchester, on tlie grosod that it is unlawful to proceed to such eoDr.rmiition elsew here than in the province of York, a id also on the ground that due and suScieot notice and publicity have not beeu girea of sorh intended confirmation.' "Sir J. lodson immediately intimated that the srotnt could not be entertained. "Mr. Gntteridge: I have also articles to pre sent. "Sir J. Dodson: Bv whom are they signed? "Mr. GutteriJge: 'By mvaelf, 'Thomas Gut- Und?;.' "Sir J.Dodson: Well, then, listen. Reading fm i manuscript which he had brought with tim, previously prepared. We feel it to be oar ty aot to permit vou to appear and oppose tneconfirioaiion of the Lord elected Bishop of JiM:heater. H'e sit here aa commissioners of nts Grace the Lord Archbishop of York, for the CI prist purpose of confirming th rlwtinn marc by the Dean and Chapter of Manchester, and w e "BSicer mat we are bound by law to proceed -.luuiirmtiioi without committing or aur fcricginy let or hinoerauca thereto." hen Ir. II tnrnt?! was confirmed, there was neb confusion. There waa "loud laughter" tioats-cries of "Oh! Oh!" "A mockery,' "hanie," "order." No objection! were hear! Ir. Luihiogton refused to allow opposition. So vr. Hampden was confirmed, nem eon. Donp iasJerrold k: V as ever the elecUon or installation of a Sea- we nor indecently conducted than the coiifir- oi Mr. ui and l)t. II amm.ii T We, fer that Sl Jiie, and the patron saint, whoever lie , of Bow, must have been aadlv scandalized by , .aiuruay ana l utsday last, in rnpn-m. eh.rche.. tJ too, tnui t be th off.nce which tbew proceedings have given U all true members of the establishment. It raaiuo tor them to consider what, besides her -"uia.nenis, ine Lhurch of England gain .t -r connexion with the State. W hat else does ah denva from that alliance but disgrace and gracaUonT If, for u,. .ake of ng I .J. n h Umporalities she will submit to be covered T. 0T,ny, how ollerwise will aiie b re ft.7 herMmie. than aacontempUble and But tlie eppoin g Binhopsmeet w ith no mercy. eyare assailed on all aides. Tk- A . rt"nrr. Bruuh vessel of war, Mriahed . ...ruiern coast of Africa. All on Uard vuumoer x,u:) ve four! 5ha waa a nri class steamer. - . .r u,rlCt.-vt. Samuel R. Child ,aa appo..td Healu, Officer of New York Tliaa mT. - a.d to he worth f 40,0H) a year. The General Court commenced its session on w , y C'lh0,i: 'I-rgymen hava peri.l.ed ia --, .erpooi,.Bi IJolton, of fever contra ia aitendin DC uPa th poor. .Ll,rrU0keB0Ut M,0n? ' Texa. ans-tne CamancLes and Delaware. Ifdi - moner. of Ohio and Virginia l.av iue the boandariea between state. theee at that M WM Bo1 "Pded oaies. W aj.,7.-of Pitfb-rgh. was mr i . .--a ooera or the steamer Jeresi. lsrMralr si laj Ibr jsiixriisit ! 'Klirrwin. Our readers will liml on the 1th pnga an ad mirable chapter with this title, taken at r.tudoin, from a forthooming work by our friend Edwin Bryant, Esq. The public will bo glad to learn that the task of preparing a bock on Ca iforuia aud the intermediate country i work combin iug the fullest and tuost reliable information for the emigrant, and a narrative cf onflagjing in. Merest for the general redder, baa fallen to the lot of one io conscientious and capable. The first volume, the jou rney to California, ct mplete In itself, ia ready for the reas,and will lie pub turned with aa little delay aa possible. The see. ond volume, descriptive of the country and its people, and narrating the stirring eventu of its iuvasien and conqusst, will follow at au early day. n w. rvXMABKB O rsl HIT 4ND irs L.ceaClE8 TO Ameucah Stx'irrv. By J. D. Not-mi. Lu Utillt, Ky. : Mri0 $ Oriiumld: 16-17. e are rejoiced to aee that thia meritorious volume is fast winning it way to the perma nent popularity it so richly deaorvea. The gen ial and just appreciation of such critics aa Mr. Willis, cf the Home Journal, and Mr. Hoffman, of the Litemry World, baa ahorteued its seaxon of probation, and ascorei it, at once, a high place among the " books that mrt book." We have marked for quotation some of itn char acteristic paxaagea, and ahall give then from time to time. Apropos of the Home Journal aud Literary World. We advise thorn of our readera who wish to know what ia phasing in the world of Letters, and the world we live in, to subscribe for them at once. We know no more pleasant companions for the fireside at home. The per formance fully come up to the prospectus they make no promise to the car and break it to the hope. The Union Magazine roa Febbuabv, 18 IS, is before ua. The illuntratii.ua are excellent. The UUrary portion, varied, racy, aud of admirable workmanship. The 'prentice hand of young, experimental authorship i nowhere viable, but each article seems to be the result of recognized and matured ability sure to please lcauHe willing and worthy to please. The Mcthopist Ccabtcblt Review, for January, 11 eJited by I'reaidtiut Uuacom, and published by Messrs. Morion aud Griswold, Louisville, has beeu received. We hare not had time to read it, but a judicious friend who has, says it maintains the high promise of the previous numbers, aud i altogether worthy the extended and extending patronage it receives, and the wide iutiuence it wield. Ijttuj's Living A..e. We have received in due coarse the numbers of this ever welcome aud excellent journal. Miss Edgmwobth baa broughtouta new work, Orlandino. The story illustrates, celf-deuial. It is now nc-ar fifty years aince she published her first work. TiTxaasH is out with "Our Street." He is a regular gosxip. Last year at Christaaas he told all about Mr. Perkins' ball this year ho open the secret of our slr-'et. O ! the tell-tale ! 'lilical .Tlevrawrala. A grett Clay meeting came oiT iu Pitttburgh ou Thursday week. A full and hearty response is made to Mr. Clay's Lexiugton resolu tions. A close vote is anticipated between Mr. Dal las and Mr. Budianin, at the Pa. Democratic Convention. A w hisper is heart. where it come from, or who sends it forth we know not, anno mring that Robert J. Walkt r will yet be the candidate of the Democratic party. If ao, a strange state of thing will exist. First, Mr. Dallas, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Cass, say what moderate pro-slavery men in the South think fair enough. These gentlemen, however. look and appeal to tlie South. For Southron they wnte! Mr. Walker, on the other hand. f rightly construed by some of his friends. looks to the North, r nd talk ao plainly t iat the perpetualisia denounce him bitterly. He gave at a celebration it Wanhlngtaa the following toast: "Anaexed or conquered Territories: No tate by .legislation pastor prospective; nor Con gress by resolutions or enactments, direct or declaratory, can force tlie pecul.ar local institu tions, xxortn or boutn, against the will tt llieir people, in violation of prior existing laws, and of the fundamental principle of self-government." "What does Mr. Walker moan" asis the Charleston Meraary. Ave, what? He has said before, that slavery cannot exist front natn ral causes beyond the Rio Grande; now lie talks of forcing, of prior existing laws. Tlie laws of Mexico tolerate no slavery. Over turritory acquired, annexed, these laws must be supreme. This is a limit to slavery. 'Has Die South" coutiauea the Mercury, "ever fo.-ced its peculiar institution on at y place or on any people." Mr. Walker would aay no; but the may. Therefore, I apeak ai I do.' But," adds tlie Mercury, your remark, "con' veya rebnke, implies censure, confesses wrong.' And ao it does. The perpetualist ia riglt, this time. For what does he ask? That alavery may be carried wherever our conquest nay go This Mr. Walker, aa understood, consider forcing. Prior existing laws forbid it; the Con stitution forbids it. "But" replies the Mercury, "we do not ask that they ahall become alave holders who do not deairo It." Agreed, says Mr. Walker. The law tattles thia matter. 1 he law aa writ down in the Constitution. We cannot force slavery wliere it don t exist; there is no power in the National Government to create it. So uo body legally can desire to become slave hold ers in new territory. "But we do ins st," re joins oar perpetual ut, "that v shall not be forced to rease to Le slave holders until we de sire it." '"With all mr heart." answers Mr Walker. "The very thing I contend for. Stay ia South Carolina, stay in any alave Suite, and ycru shall have -your deeire; but tep over the Rio Grande, and aty "I will be a ilavn holder, alavery ahall exist here," and yon ores the in stitution upon a frde soil. It is net a good rule that won't work both ways." The member for Charleston, Mr. Holme, vo ted for Mr. Winthrop as Speaker. The Mereu ry is down upon him hot; a correspondent, hot ter yet- No compromise no connection with opponents and all who arnot for us U against us. A shrewd Virginia Democrat auspU that the object of the perpetualist ia really to defeat Mr. Cabell of Florida. "What ' matters the aiiArihr at dm If m Klt nn k a.wl . !....) ?" he ask. The Maryland Legislature has unanimously, o far aa tlie Whigs are concerned, re-elected Senator Fearce. Thia 1 declared to be a great auti-war triumph and a aevere rebuke of Keverdy Johnson, bis colleague. We noticed the election of Mr. Soule, by the La. Legislature, last week. Uribery is charged, and a reHolution introduced into the House to probe the matter. J$mse Mylt; it ia affirmed, received a consideration to stay away Soule received 68, and Kenner G3 rotes on the third ballot The Democrat had elected all the State offi cera, printer. Mate treasurer, &c Messrs. "r ham and Martin of the Senate h;id a fight ia the Senate Chamber n.) little confusion prevailed. It grew out of tlie elections. A member made tlie following written abatement: The IInu. Isaac A. Mylea, in a conversation with me list Saturday evening, slated that four negroes I: ad been ottered him not to vote for a Whig United Stales Senator. The geutlemau in the conversation waa speaking of the elec tion by tlie Legislature of a Senator on the fol lowing Monday. He did not state by whom the oiler waa made. He further stated ia the name conversalioa that he waa old that he bad two negro boys and a woman, which was sufficient for him and that he wished to preserve hia con science pure, a a good eonacience waa worth more than property. This alatement, we have already mentioned, led to the appointment of a Committee of In vestigation. Dickeae mmm lha Dlawer. Dickens presided at the Athenaum Dinner, Glasgow, 2S Dee., last, and made a speech. He "hits" on such occasions. He met with a warm reception, and hia speech waa greeted with hearty applause. We cannot give it for want of room, and if we had that, we doubt if many portiona of it would be reliahed, so purely loeal are they. He closed as follows : "It aeema to me to be a moral, delightful, and happy chance, thut thia meeting haa been bald at this genial bob son ef the year, when a new time is, an it were, opening before ua, and when we celebrate the birth of that divine and blessed Teacher, who took the highest knowledge into the humblest places, and whose great system comprehended all mankind. I hail it aa a roost auspicious omen, that at thia time of the year, when mauy scattered friends and families are re-aemhled, for the members of thia Institu tion to be calling men together from all quarters, with a brotherly view to the general good, and a view to the general improvement; a I con sider that such dekigus are practically worthy of the faith we hold, and a practical remembrance of the words, "On earth peace, and good will towards man." (Applause.) I hope that every year w hi:h dawns ou your institution, will find it richer in its menus of usefulness, and greyer headed in the honor and respect it haa gaiued. It can hardly speak for itself more appropriate ly than in the words of an Englihwritr, when contemplating the English emblem of thia pe riod of tie year, the holly tree: "And should my youth, aa youth is apt I know, Somo harshness show, All vain ssperities I day by day Would wear away ; Till the smooth temper of my age should be. Like the high leuves upon the holly tree. And aa when all the summer tree are seen, So bright and green, The belly leaves a sober hue display, Less bright than they ; But when the hare aud wintry woods we see. What, thou, so cherful aa the holly tree : So seriom should my youth appear among The thoughtless throng ; So would 1 seem amid the youug and gay, More grave than they ; That in my age tut cheerful I might be, As the green winter of the holly tree." C'smicce mf t'trvelaad. The following comparative statement shows the value of merrhauJiie and produce import ed luto, and exported from Cleveland iulS46 and 1S47 : Erpmrti. 1K4C. 1S47. Coastwise, - - - $7,040,492 $'J(24i,53 Foreign 4u2,934 37t,s75 Total, Coastwise, -Foreign, - - $7, 503, 126 Import. - $2,045,495 10,1 rt $9,633,131 $6,279,1 3G 16,314 Total, $1055,64 Excess of export $5,-147,643 $6,295,450 $3,3.27 ,bS4 The quantity of flour exported this year ex ceeds that of lust year by 36170 bbla. or about 106 per cent, Th excess of wheat this year over last, is 759,101 bushels or nearly 59 per ceuL The tiggregate export of Indian corn haa swollen fioni 413,147 bushels in I $10, to 1,423, 069 bushels in 147, being an increase ef 1,003, 53 bushels, and near 23d per cent. The in crease of wool is estimated at $349,400 lbs., which is over 27 per cent. .V v. FaltVev'e arrrli. Mr. F'. speech, rnaiuly in reply to Mr. Clingman's, part ef which we gave some time ago, is characterized by great ability, genuine fervor, aa.l a manly spirit, marked, as a matter of course, by the highest courtesy. We give a portion of it below. It is in reply to Mr. Clingman's remark upon the failure of Eman cipation ill the West Indiea: A train: he (Mr. Clingman) appealed to the "failure of the emancipation of negroes in the West Indies," (page 3.) I he gentleman gels his views of this from the English merchants, who try the question of success or failure by the amount of their Importations of cofl'ee and sugar from the island. Mr. Cujaiiam was understood to say that he had ins inionnauen from those who had personally visited the inland. The statements of visiters, Mr. Chair man, are conflicting. 1 have statement mi ferent from what have reached the gentleman, on which I am disposed to rely. 1 am very anxious la see the recent Parliamentary Reports, and have sent for them for the purpose of be ing aided to clear up the contradictious. 1 have before me a table showing the amount of sugar exported from the British West India ialanda in five successive years, it is at loi.ow: Ia It'll - 125,-y.5 hogsheads, 12,225 lierees Ia 1N12 135,910 do. 15,9-5 do. Ia 113 141, do. 13,640 do. Ia 1844 13M.I50 do. 16.T.I5 do. Ia 14 ' 157,200 do. 20,075 do. Showing, on the whole, a constant and very rratifvinz increase of the exportation. But, supposing it were otherwise, the gentleman, like mvst'lf. I believe, Is a friend to the frottctw Smtrm: and if ao, he knows the worth of the Home Mtrkft. .Mr. jenerson poinieu u out lonir aro. and ahowed how, on account of the aavinir of the cost of transportation, and for divers other rood and weiehtv reasons, it v better than the fcreirn. And u pari oi tne suo-ar and coffee which used to be sent abroad is nnm continued within tlie islands, wnicn is iu mm to a laree extent, iu consequence of the ne groei being now in a condition to inau'ge in audi Inxuriea. the decrease in the amount ex ported ia little to the purpose. And, auppoaing even that I cm of these commodities were raised. the negroes being disposed to turn more or tneir imlaalrv to other productions to raising yams. bananas, plantains, pine applet), anything for the market or lor their famines, wnai men i Th better the farmer can auit himself with his farminar. the more rent will he be willing to pay and with the rise of rents of course come lha increaHe of the value of land and of the lih of the Droi. rietors. Is it not so 7 And i thatmiurr, even iu an economical point oi : " . - . i- view! But. Mr. Chairman. 1 am ashamed to argue th ouettion on such a basis. 1 he failure of West Ind a emancipation: uo uie gentleman ami I uneak the same laneuareT Do 1 under stand the rentlernan, and doe he understand him n railurr. when ewi.inru nnman cnai- tela were quietly changed in a day to men and women, eudowed with the possewdon and care at th.lr own boditie aui souls, Introduced to the relalioua of human .ty, entitled to call their children their own, empowered to nave nnsDaau and wifa, brother and sister, In some inteingi U mih! Thia. a failure! Anu raara me oe cislve r radical contradiction given, and for ever sealed, to all that r.aa t-een saiu, anu where more loudly than in these wianas, oi ine .n.rr at such a oroceediiig. four hundred thousand Legroe ia Jamaica i ij -rhitna. the wh tea would Have neen ouia mouiu ful for their vindictive maw, if vindictive pas sions had had away. lSut not one act oi vie l.tr-. Bullied that mafnificent triumph o i-i..i.i.nir and Klirht: and. from that day to j . j.i.j thia, a peace ana gooa oraer mn pin-uw hlrh would do honor 10 any civitiieo. comum aity. If that is a failure, will some one tell me i.lt -...Uh.vit been triumphant and glorious ...t I .hnnl.l be rlad to be informed. The iUvww m m.. k. nnt vftt dawned upon me. Once more the gentleman took ground against the pretty common opinion that, a he expresses it. " tho continuance of slavery la injurious to . . . -.lion." (We 9.) He will exense me for aaying, that rarely haa it been my chance to full in with ao palpable a o uequUmr aa that which lie in the chasm between hia premise ...j v... .nrin.inn. " It mT be remembered, l -.a u th.t tli view derived from the decea nial census ia well calculated to deeeire. More than one hundred thousand foreigner annually i.. iTnttMt States, who aettle down al- :":tV:tir.lr in thefree State. Do they T- And whr 1 Because in the free Btatee the oc r ii. laborer does not place mm in CUUBUt'U . . o..,. deerad.id eaate, and because in in.. ..K" mn shoots for him to aend hia :hihlren to, In wUicit tney can u the same advaulagus ha tho richest, aud from which they run sUrt in an equal competition with the soiim of thericliesl forall the prizes of o ciety. Nor only is this the case with foreigners. "Those who emigrate from the old Northern States ulmoit mil go (e the new free Stattt, while on the other hand, a very lu.rge proportion of the emigration of the old Southern Stattt goea into the free States of tlie Northwest." Indeed! And what is it that seta the prodigious current ef emigration so determinate In that direction, winning even the sons of the sonny South from the homes of their childhood and the graves of their fathers, and all the association ef kindred and ef memory, to seek the hardships of an un tried condition and a Northern skyt Just the intense desire for that equality and those social advantages which the presence of alavery abto. luteiy excludes. tuts, i nave observed mr self," the gentleman continued, " hi eminently true of the North Carolina emigrants; aud I may add, too, that, out for thi emigration, popula tion would increase in that Bute as fast aa it would in any country, there being an abundant aupply of the necessaries of life among the en tire population." Ab! Mr. Chairman, " much virtue is in" but. as well aa in - if." " But for this emigration," JNorth Carolina would rapidly increase. Becauit of thia emlgation, it does not ao increase. And what causes thia emigration T the trentleman told ua what does not cause it. It is no want of a " supply of tho necessaries ef life," vulgarly ao called. UI them, he said tru ly, they had abundance plenty to eat, drink, aud wear, xfut or what are equally " Decease- ries of life" to right-minded people equality of social position, sua opportunities lor personal Improvement and advancement the non-slave- holding North Carolinians have not eaoueh. and therefore they go elsewhere in search of them, keeping down the population of the State, as well aa it wealth and consequence, of which, in a well-organized community, the industrious classes are always tlie support and strength This remark on the tendency of emigration to the free States, said the gentleman, waa " tmi- aenttytrueof thelvorth Carolina emigrants." I ahould expect it, from the well-known aouud sense and independent character of the good old isorth Mate, lhe free, "tender, and open" pirit which tieorge Fox found among the plan ters of Albemarle, has not died out there, and it ia not satisfied with inferiority and stagnation. Let them get rid of slavery, and they can live at ome without either. And when we havo got at the cause which eepadowu the comparative population, proa- peririty, and consequence of North Carolina, we can answer the same question in other ap plications. We can tell why the growth of beautiful Kentucky keepa no better pace with her sister Ohio across the river, not ao large and scarcely so fertile, yet the latter, though start ing later, now nearly tripling the free popula tion of the former. We can tell why Virriuia, in the first half century of the Federal Govern ment, increased her population from about three quarter of a milliou to about a million ud a quarter, while New l ork, on a much smaller territory, enlarged her numbers from about 340,000 to nearly two millions aud a half, aud her estimated property had become nearly three timea as praat aa that of the Stale, the most favored by uatuw of any in thia Union. We can tell why Marylaud, most eligibly situ ated, haa 27 free iuhabilaittalo the square mile, and bleak aud barreu Maaaachu tells, 1H. We can explain how it came about that Michigan, n ten year before increased her free pop ulation 574 per tent., Mid Arkansas erected into State about the same time, oulv 200 per oent. Washington saw the citTerence between Penn- ylvama and V irginia in hia dny, aad his infalli- e discernment deecriod tne cause to be in the Itvi for aboliahiu? slavery, "Uws," said be, for once too hopefully, "which there is nothing more certain than that Maryland and Virginia must have, and that at a period not remote." nd his august wisdom pointed out the proper method of relief, as well aa the crying need. fhere is only one proper and enectual mode. he wrote to Robert Morris,"by which it can be accomplished, and that is, by legixlative author ity ; aud this, a far as my sutl'rage will go, (mark it, t.roai.x Mashikutoms suttrage tor Abolition,) shall never be wanting." From tlie N . O Delta. Jan. lh. ljiie free -Tie ale. By the steamship Edith, Couillard, which left Vera Crux on the 20, h Inst, we have papers and lettera to the day ef her sailing from Vera Cruz, and letters from Mustang, from the city f Mexico, to the 13lii inst. We are nnable to give a third of the letters brought ns by the Ed ah. A train arrived on the ltUh inst. at Vera ruz, from the city of Mexico, under command of Capt. Chase aud Lieut. Whilcomb. They left the city on the 3d mat. Ine Government train was to leave the city on the Cth inst., but waa thought that it could not do so nutil the 9th. They met Col. Dominguez'a spy compa ny at Aniaxuca, near I'uebla. This company had bad an engagement, in which he lost some fourteen, killed about one hundred or the ene my, and took Gen. Tcrrejoa and two Colonels prisoners. Gen. Marshal, waa met all crote, which place i left on the 11th hut- Col. Miles and his train were going in IV rote on the 12ih. W hen Capt. Chase was three days from Mex ico, one of hia men, who had beeu left behind, joined him, and reported that a great quantity I wagona were in the 1 laza, and that they were to accompany an expedition which was to be sent against Queretaro. The train which arrived at Vera Cruz on the 18th waa a private train, and Lieut Whitcomb furnished the foregoing information. There waa a rumor at Tampico, on the 19th, that Guadalajara had pronouuoed in favor of Santa Anna and the Dictatorship. We find this in a private letter, for which we are indebted to aa obliging friend. Col. Hughes, Governor ofJalapa.had prohib- ted certain "Mexican gentleman," from assem bling in front of the hotel called "Posada da Dilieencias," where they have been in the hab it of insulting ladies passing by. lhe tlith experienced strong north-easterly wind during her whole passg,and waa de tained by the fog two days. The Ldith brought the bodies of the follow- ng deceased oflioera also, torty sick and din- charged soldier, two of whom died on tlie paa sage: Bvi Col J Mcintosh, Cast Whipple. Dent W 9 Pur well aad tmiih, 5th Inr; Capt t! B Thornton. Sd Drat; ("apt O Hanaon, th In f ; apt t apron, I apt Burke, t apt MrKenxie.Sd Art; Capt II K Merrill. 3d Inf; ( apt E K 8mhn, 1st laf; Capt J W A; 1st Ueuia C B Daniel, Wm Armstroncitd Art: l.leui jonnaon, i.ieui j r irons, i.i notTmaa. Lieut J I) Baeoa.Sth Inf; l.trut J J Burhank. Wh Inf; Lieut Sidney Pinilh,4th Inf; Lieut E II ctroug. r Fairy, U W A vres. M Art; T Coaler. freaa lhe 4'lly ef jrfexlc. Citv or Mexico, Jan. 13, 1849. We have news to-day from Queretaro. An ava. who was elected President after Santa Aana a reairnalioa, has gone out oi omce.ine term having expired, and Fena yPena.br right of hia olhce as Ghief Justice, at present nils the vacant chair, or has been elected President I cannot learn which, but I am inclined to believe the former. He ha declared that he will pur sue the policy of Auaya, who is supposed to be favorable to peace, lhe letter which brings thia newa la dated the Pth inst,, and aays the Cabinet haa been reorganized by the appoint ment ef Sr. Kosaa a Minister of foreign Ke lations and temporary Secretary of tha Tre&au ry, Riva Salacio aa Minister of Justice, and Pedro Maria Anaya a Secretary of W ar. Gen Scott had been advised of a concerted movement amonr tho Mexicans, to attack the quarters of the officer ef the army, and make tham Drisoners or kill them, l ne plan was to have a body of truerrlllas enter the city at a cer tain hour, and certain portions of the population should rise and aid io the attack. The plan waa defeated by the vigilance of the officers. One cart was seized daring the night containing 100 stand of arms. The chief conspirator are Mexican aoidier. who assumed citizens' dress whea ear army entered the city. A few day may reveal more unon the subject A similar attempt was also made at Puebla, which Col. Child promptly suppressed, Jraallay TrsM, Ve., eVe. St. Lodis, Feb. 7, We have newa from Fort Mean to the SOih af January. Col. Giloia ia atill at Fort lirent I he Alex- icanaand Camaneha are gathering about two hundred and fifty miles southward or that point preparing to attack him. Une company and one section or artillery nare oeen eraerea iv join him. Col. Gilpin will march against U.ein about tha middle oi ibis monu. Great difficultr haa been experienced at Fort Mann in obeying tlie ordera of Col. Gilpin. The borsea are all dead, and out oi own neaa oi cattle onlr seventy-five remain. The wolvea are ao abundant that they are daily destroying them. A detachment wader Lieut. O'Hara ordored to escort the sutUra train, refused to obey and deserted to a maa. A Court Martial bad Dee ordered, the reeult of which waa not known. Capt Peltxer and Holscheitzer will garrson Vnri Man a. Springfield, III., haa subscribed $6,000 for telegraph Block, Uw amount required for Uiat city. . rreaN the If ie CirMte. By an arrival at New Orleans intelligence to tun l. in Jan. lias been received from Gen llr . i- i ... eoi s neauquauersui Monterey, meat ru mored that 10,000 Mexicans were marching from San Luia upon Sallillo. Geo. Wool in consequence, had notified the merchants ef Monterey, Camargo, Le., that ha could afford them no protection Jn the war of escorts. Col. Carraseo, a Mexfcao officer of distinction, pro posed, it io oaid, to .Gen'l. Wool a raaU- mnfo in favor of the United State, on the part oi me states oi lsmaullpaa, IMueva Lon, end Goahaila, and to brinr in Canalee. We leara that Capt Ilickey, formerly editor of the Vickbargtentinel, io nndonbtedly else ted to the senate from the district in which Krazoa Santiago ia aitnated, in the place of Col. Kinney, resigned. The steamship Ohio, Capt. Burns, arrired at the Brazoa on the 22d inat Capt. Deal, of the Artillery, who waa a short lima aince wounded by a Mexican laacer be tween Sal til Io and Monterey, haa recovered fiom the effect of hie wound. The Matamoras Flag of the 22d contradict the report a to the probable death of Capt. G. K. Lewis, from woanda received ia a recent fight with ti e Indiana near Parraa. He was able to more about tie street of Saltillo with slight aid from a crutch The stean propeller Massachusetts, Captain Wood, four tne u daya from New York, arrired at the Uraxoe on the 17th nit CONGRESS. Thcbsi av, Feb. 3. SENATE. The Senate waa called to order and proceeded to the eonaideratioa of the regular morning uuaiuesB. Sundry petitions and memorials were oresant. cd and referred to the BDDroDriata Committaaa Several bi la of a private nature were passed. On motion tae Senate laid aside all further business, and proceeded to the consideration ef lhe lea Kegimeut B.ll. Mr. Bell resumed hie remarks. He charged that from the conduct of the administration ha did not believe that they either expected er de sired to conclude a treaty with the existing uovernmeni oi itiexico. Mr. Jeffernoa Davis rose and explained that he would be satis find with i treaty that woald give to the United Slates the Sierrm Madrt aa the bouudary. He prayed God Uiat such a treaty might be made before the Senator ahould have concluded his speech. Mr. lie II tespendsd, that he prayed to God such might be the ease, but be derpmired of such a result, as be could not rerard the views of the lion. Senator tJerlersoa lavia) as the views of the admiois. ration in thia matter, nor as the views of the supporters of the President, unless they had changed them recmlly. He then pro ceeded to point out the obs'-aden that roust first be encountered in forming a Government in the territory that might be acquired. Mr. cevier haa the floor on Una question for to-morrow. On motion the Senate ad joaraed. HOUSE. After sundry motion, aid some litlU confu sion, tho IK use tookap tlie order of the day, auu went into committee or the Whole up on the state of the Union, and proceeded to the further reference of the President's Mes sage. Mr. smith made a strong and animated arru- ment against the administiation, and charged that groea duceplioa had been practiced rela tive to the estimates of the cost ef the war. aud the amount of public dbt that must neces sarily be incurred by its existence. Mr. V in ton closed the debate, and called for the previous question, whish was on the adop tion of Mr. Wilmol'e amendment, which was taken by yeas and nays, aad decided io the negative by yeaa 'ii, nays 143. Mr. tnton a resolutions generally were adopted. lhe House waa engaged the remainder ef the day, on unimportant baainess. The Congressional proceediars of yesterday (Wednesday) were delayed, the wires being oc cupied ia having the steamer'a aewe telegraph ed South. WeMwcaatay'e PrewredtlBge. The proceedings of Congress on the Sd inst. were rather unimportant Mr. Bell iu lhe Senate contended for a treaty with Mexico, making the Sierra Mad re aa the boundary. In the House the debate on the President Message was continued. Mr. il mot's motion aikmg for a direct tax for the expenses of the war; was lost. lhe other buuneia waa unimportant. Fbidat, Feb. 4 SENATE. The Senate wa called to order at the usual hour, and proceeded to the consideration of the morning business which wi of an unimportant nature. A bill making appropriation for the improve ment of Savauah river, passed. On motion, the Senate laid aside all ether busi ness and "roceeded to the consideration of the order of the cay, the Ten Regiment Bill. Mr. Sevier spoke m favor of the bill, much a he usually speaks, vindicating the democratic party. He asserted that the Mexican had commenced the war by attacking Thornton's ra goons. He disclaimed the purpose or inten- iou of the administration desiring to conquer Mexico, but refused to content to the withdraw al of our troop. Mr. Hunter has the loor on this question for to-morrow. The Senate on motion iidjoorned over until Monday. HOUSE. In the House the morning business waa nn- mportint Th House refused MMr. Sim and Wil- mot th privilege of making personal explana lion ia relaton to their remarks of the prece ine dar. Mr. Vinton moved that the House resolve it- elf into a Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, to tak up the bill to nego tiate a loan, which motion was negatived. Mr. Rockwell then moted that the House ge nto Cammiltee of the vt bole aad take up the regalar calendar, which motion waa agreed to. The Bouse accordingly resolved itaelf into Committee of the Whole upon a private bill, and after some time spent therein, the commit tee rose and retorted e viral private bills. A cc mmunicalion waa received from the Vt ar Depart ment, in answer to a resolution of the House calliui for information ia relation to Gen. Taylor'a reply to Secretary Marcy'a re buke for having written the letter to General Oaines, wherein the General spoke in bo very favoraole term of the conduct of the admiui tratioa in regard to the war, and the order for him to remove hia position I ram Corpus tbrisli. Iu the reply of Geu. I ay lor to secretary Marc v. he buy he would write again as he then did: Uiat he waa aware of the administration's hostility, he felt conscious of the rectitude of his motives and actions, and had naught to lear. He asked favor, aud would not shrink from any responsibilities. Tha II une then en meuoa adjourned over until Monday. Pending tb motion teadjeara sundry petition and memorials were prose a ted and referred. Satdbbat, Feb. 5. Neither House of Congress wa in session to-day. havios- adjourned over, on Friday, till Monday. Monday, Feb. ?. SENATE. The Senate waa called to order and proceed ed to the consideration of the morning business The Senate up to the above hour waa engaged n nnimDortant buaineea. Resolution from the House voting thanka to Gens. Scott and Taylor for their eihcient ser vices in Mexico, were re Ter red to the comma tee on Militarr Affaire. Mr. Baldwin's resolution calling apoa tne President for Mr. Trist'a project to the Mexi can Commissioners, and the counter project rfrrd to ar Mr. Trtat were adopted. On motion the order oi tne aay, tne ten Reriment Bill, waa Uken np. Mr. Miller spoke at aome length in oppoei lion to the Dassaire of the Ten Reg iroeat Bill contending that the present force in Mexico waasurucient for the legitimate purposes oi toe war and sufficient to bold tha conqueaia made by the war. Mr. Mile baa tho floor oe thia qaestioa fcr to-morrow. On motiea tho Senate then adjourned. HOUSE. Mr. Broad well, from the Committee on Re volutionary Claims, reported a ioint reeolation to pay to the widow of Mr. Horabeck, deceased, the funeral expenses the same as if bo had been hiiriad at Wanhinrton. Mr. Atkinson apoko upon tho qaestioa and moved it lelerence to me vommntee oi no coanta. The Speaker then announced that the first buoiuess upon bis table waa the reiorU of coin- niittees. The further business ef the House waa aaimportant. sundry bills were reported, read a second time, and referred to the appropriate commit- leva. The noose'.lhen took ap the toaa bill. Mr. Vinton moved to amend by substituting aixteea million for eighteen millieaa. He then argued the whole qaealion, remarking that ne wouiu predict mat more weald be made than then asked for. The House, on motion, took a receae till 7 r. so.. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Tuesday, Feb. SENATE. Mr. J. Speed Smith, from the committee oa Internal Improvement reported a bill to i corporate the New Orleans and Ohio Telegraph vsompaay, reao ana ordered to be printed. A bill from tho House to iorreaso tho reve nue; the bill taxee all drugs, modiciaeo. Sec, eat into una Mate by person not resideats, and requiring Pedlars of patent Medicine to take out licenses, with a substitute for tha first sectiea; substitute adopted aad tho bill the pawed. A reeelatioa to adjoara aia fie oa tho 12lh day of rebruary; laid on tho table. The apportionment bill waa made special oraer oi the aay lor to-morrow HOUSE. The House resolved itaelf into committee of the whole, Mr. Uarria ia the abair, ea the bill giving the action of trespasa to the widow aad infant children of persona killed, which waa discassed by several memaerB. lhe House transacted but little other bus! neas, except of a local er uninteresting char acter. Wxdsmdat, February 3. SENATE. Mr. Evans, from the committee oa Education. reported a bill to incorporate the Kentucky college er Medicine and surgery, ia the city oi LrfMiiavnie. Mr. Hobbs addressed the Senate ia opposition to tne bill, and Air. brans ia favor of it. The question being apoa engrossing the bill and reading it a third time, it waa decided ia the aeealive.by a vote of IS aava to 10 yeas. iur. Wall moved to reconsider the veto re jecting the third reading ef the bill, to incor porate the Kentucky College of Medicine and sargery, lost. HOUSE. After the transaction of some unimportant business, the House resolved itself into a com mittee of the whole, Mr. Harris in the Chair, on tlie bill riviug an action of trespass to the widow aud infant children of persous killed. After a lengthy discussion, Mr. Wintersniilh's amendment to strike out, was then adopted. Air. lowlea moved te amend by addiur, that in all cases, the real and intrinsic value of the buKband should be the measure of damages, and evidence of tlie value should bo allowed to bo given; but wilhdiew it on request. Mr. Collins then moved to amead by adding that no suit for the recovery of da ma res should be tried until the criminal prosecution wae de termined. Tbe Speaker thought the amendment was in- constitutional, for every case wa to be tried when ready, and every man wa entitled to justice "speedily without delay, Jtc. Mr. Chilton moved that the committee rise and report the bill to the bouse; carried. Mr. Harris moved that the House do now ad journ; the a yea and nays being called, it waa loat; 1 j to Ob. Mr. J. Brown moved to lay the bill and the amendments on the table. The yeas and nays being called, it was carried; 45 to 37. Thursday, February 3. SENATE. Mr. Boyd, from the committee on Religion, reported a bill to incorporate the Walnat Street Christian Church of the City of LouisviU read and passed. Mr. Evans reported a bill from the House to amend the charier of tbe Louisville Turnpike Road Company, aod tbe Shelbyville Turnpike Road Company, with an amendment; amend ment adopted, and the bill waa read and passed. The proceedings in the House are of so liitlo interest that we omit them entirely 4. Mr. Hobbs laid before the Senate, the annual report of tlie Keutucky and Louisville Mutual Insurance company. Mr. Hardin, from the committee ou tlie Judici ary, reported a bill for the reltel oftbe widow and beir of m. K. Mch.ee, deceased; read twice, and referred to the committee oa the sinking fjnd. A bill to incorporate the missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church South; read and passed. Mr. Hobtsi reported a bill to revive tne char r incorporating the Loaisville and Shepberde- ville turnpike road company; read once and re fer rec. HOUSE. Mr. Collins internal improvement a Sen' ate bill to facilitate the construction of electric telerraDh with amendments; read, when The amendments were onen y aiscussea oy .... i . , t Messrs. Grainger, Wintersmilh, Collins, Hardy, T. D. Brown, Towle and Combs, and men uey were adopted. Oa the amendment to strike out tne renitea tiary clause ia tho bill. Mr. Moore said that he hoped that the Peni tentiary clause would not be stricken out, that he had long since been convinced that be who would maliciously destroy either private or pub lic property, ia aa corrupt ia heart as he who would maliciously take away the lite oi a maa; he was also of the opinion that it was necessary for the protection of the lino that this penal clause should be retained. Oa motion of Mr. Grainger, tha bill waa or dered to be printed and made the speeial orcer for Monday next Oa motion, the House resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. Towlee in the chair, oa the bill to abolish the militia system, and revise and permanently establish common schools ia this Commonwealth. Mr. T.D.Brown offered a substitute for the bill, which was to provide for taking the sense ef iKannnUatthenext election ia rerard to in- eraaaino- the direct tax two cents oa each one hundred dollar worta oi propeny, lor acnooi d rnOHt. & r - . ... , .-. . . 1 . t - 1 l he bill and snoeiilBie were men rrpwcw m th House, when, en ntettea, both were refer red to aselect committee of ono from each Co a- greasional district Satvbdav, Feb. . SENATE. Mr. Hardin, from tbe judiciary eommitte reported a bill to incorporate tho Grand Divis ion of the Son of Temperance, ef the Stale of Kentucky: read and passed " ' . " Vfc , Kir. Swop, from the comaiillee em rnvne ges and Election a bill from the House coa- nirn ar the eloclion OI electors preiwm, accordance with tlie act oi congress, ior no.u- " .. . . r t .1 J ina tha election on on day only the nrat TiiMilir in November. A bill to incorporate the New Orleana aad Oh.oTelea-raph Company Mr. Hobbs offered aa amendment, to incor porate the People'a Telegraph Coinpaay;coa rorrad in. Mr. J. Speed Smith moved to re-commit the bill to tho late real Improvemeat committee carried. Mr. Williams offered a preamble and resela liana in relation to the Mexican war aad the Wilmot Proviso. (Their length preeladee their publication this morning; they ahall appear to- mrrie.l The resolution of Mr. Williama were after ... iiarnaion referred to the commute oa Federal Relatione, and ordered to bo printed. HOUSE. Mr. Smith, of the Select Committee, to whom mfarrad the resolutioBs aad amendment ia relatioa to tbe anaual message of tho Goveraor, reported tho following: (H.r. follow the reeolaliona wo referred to. They speak of the failures of tho Goveraor to make meatioa of the Keatackr Cavalry , the i .n.-.iiu Lerioo. aad Capt W.IIiama' com paay, in hia annual message, aad then applaad fiT-. r. t bra vary ther hare displayed. I4jer ia wa - - j - . The resolutione were aiacnasea leagia. aaJ some a mend menu offered were rejocMo. ed were rejecUd. O. tb. adopUea Of by tbo COcnaaittee, inted. Tha Question bow being oa tk. Mnlntioaa aa retorted by k.w ara anammoaslv adopted. Mr. Tnwlea offered a aabatitato for tho orig inal preamble, the object or which waa to ox caae the Gereraor for bio failure to apeak of the olher Keatacky troopo ia hia message, at- ..;v.iin. it to inadvertence, which eabelitate tha table bv a vote of 73 to Mr. Moore reported a bill for tho Geological rarvey of tho Slate; read, ordered to be pnat ed, aod maJa tho pacta, ardor for Thareday aext. cunniBciti.. BUM ARKft Our aiarkst, fa ine arwi Mac haa u a acirve as a was tne weak arevioaa, aad Ua uoaa la the variaiM laaalaf Waaeaeo aava I luailad ibaa aeralulbr. fries af lha heaticr article of Graesrias appear la be well sajaiaiaad. Tbe rataa aia lifbi, aad lhe recefejta eootlaue qie lead. a n Orlaaaa, at Ida la aim, traaaaetiaa la afar aad Ma. viaraqau Mn,lH prices soaar4 10 so wall tel. law sale betaa naarall at ika aaia ef qiMMAttaaa. Tne mar act was tolerably wail tuaaite. ine rraalar torUoa ai la uJa mr U, it. af tw Waxen aiarta. Since ear last e bare reeeirtd two weeks haa r... Maa Mat by lb irii Bit ai 1. mm i i- eieef Jaaaary. The Willi fu tetlwa, BteadatadV. rrovktama. 14 tree have Amber artlna. Tu Cation atarset ba4 Base Br at. wKi n(M iranaacunaa, Mu prior h the steamer s sailiac a bad aecline4 lull aaahair eeat ll appear mat tha ran ha af i 'ium. laia -. brhaia tha aeaaoa fieaa low eoaalry have reeMderuiy falna off. wail in racciuu Inxa laiia hava tirij Maay eiditioaal heavy failure baveurarf i. . .. " ehierly aatoaa ftMiih A BMriaaa and India BaerahaalaTa lew baaia bauara, ana m c twaaaor af um Kwrio aaaUeteriaf aad spiaaiaf asiablakhaaata. It S3 saw auppoaed y aiaay tUat urn Cotloo raa thi. year, la the I ilea eiataa. will aot airaaa ta m,.,i. ot hale, which kaaW nuualy la the lailin orf aT um raceipu late tbe vanoaa parta. fa !w Orleaaa taetat aa laertaa of racaipta of apwarO mt m haaorad tnoa aend aaa, while the reeaipts into oii the sorla of in l anad males aauw a Oeereaa af ailrM - a haaera Bala. Alevral at in putata wnara thara m a enewney I tb naaibar of hales. It haa area aatiraa loal to watvM car ut kale a atach raier tnaa heretofore. The very low rales that have arevaile ail aloo have ladueaa Ua plaatan ia hol4 aatK their lu loa, aa4 not sead U lalu in maikat, aad w Uinta there is but Iiiim aooM thai the crop ef '47 will exaeed iwa ii'iaaa m aaara. Tbe marks fur Provlslona, BrtaJxaff. Ae.. has haaa qan sail aad daclialaf thai waaa. Tbe aapplMa fraa in rotmlry bar materially fallen onT. a lb laratera are aut dupoacd l taha lhe pravaihaa lalea for thaw aroeacie. Aa lb for if a aawa u ef aa aai'avvraul coaracier, w doaot hwk lor say Improvement in price, at preaaat. Th monetary eoadutooef th wheleeoaany aipara lo b aniamally realrKlea. Our saoaey aCaira. bewever. ar ia as tnoO eoaJuwMi aa aay, Bui iue Baak lacilaaa areaiw limned, aad exenaace oa lh Cim are ia litht suma, aad iailquaia fur Ine eeataad. Tb weal net haabeea very cowl aad laar-eraW w!m paal few Bava, anel eoaeiderahie w f orated, oi trr aa.X tax away fur sammer mm. Tb rhrer m receuiaf rapte- hr. there Wiof ai about atx iret water ia Ilia taaal Freif Ma t trw Oowta ar eaoaaeaa wumlai. but tarwm siiii a rreai seal lotrtf lm ward. BAGtif.NU aaa KurkV There hut mi Httla dnim. 'a lite taplea,aBe lha amarket cwMiaaea aaaaaally Bull. Li(lilsa.aaar made for la supuiy af ftaaier. al Via IUc. fur tae forsarr aad 77;. iur the La. ter. a.Mae meew with fair acaaaud. as lit tur ia auile email. i n reeeiau ibm week f ev amoaaied la i3 j. rwm. i ne anioaueata aaMMuite to anlr ". I ne Mora at eaxi a Band aaxtanla lu Ki-Jii ptee and i.Ml coda. BK.tS. aieB afatveral hNe by the barrel from etunwel i,-0$3JO, aalea fraaa toe eeaatry al Tie per BK(JOM Beatrihaker are worth ti ami eamaaia I IB ut I X per eaaea. a t BLKV la wKiiut ai par buah. IEEWAI-W uauta at ir frM tha nam.. CUCCf The market Halawal kare al eiaat i he W quote liehl sales, from storea. of IV. R. al Tc: wiail aleaaiTae.; Infenur mu are mi I in al aaaie. tt A U. The wpnlv Of fHlaharK h ai the t'reek ia inula fair. Beat riuatHuih is ictatliac, at tae river, al l-'tifl ceau per bualiel, delivered, fuiaciejr t ual we al retail. at ialle. per hwricl. t A.NUl.M-He aprria ie warre at 3U.ir. aa per aiianlity. Mould Caaidie ajiK. '.ttde frua, he fariory VJr. COTTU BATTIH:. There hi Borhaa'e.aa wa quale aa hrfore.say Itc. t tT I LE.-tialea of Keevee at fruca 31 la 41 uev .. rlheepfl 50 to tX according In quality. Iuihefl Ut I 3. t'alveforvealiOiX . indl'al.r. B liui iS. COTTO.M aB U.TTU1 T.ltrtl tne clnai af lasi week Iber were roaaideralde uanaariHiaa u, r.Mioa. Ciaee thea the rareipta have at alr tally laereaMd. kai we hear of a saJee. The stork oe head a. a vary trine mm for tha markM thir atainilaai for anliaary I., lair uealitireareattile. for lean, aad Ala. l-wd Kml k ueidal.e. The receipt uf t'otloa yarn nave area in ereaaad this week, f aMaaTt'orvi vaiae ia lute al al. I. aad fie. per doxea, for lb dirlereal Bumbrra. tlalea lo the cuv trade ud ia larye lutt.ar al i per real. ed". .-UK! rracee Mauuaarv.aad al made everv day at lie ktr tar aad etlee lotdaxe. Manilla Cordate we quote al iTwuSBe. DKY UtMilta. Cahot A.sie; All'theay l, ft iafrri orhrand7Hc; A t r Tick IV: Methaa A li:e. ether braada to e; hrewa Utllltart ar: hteaeheO Uoodst ta lee; IB blue riaa. Fall Hiver, lflle.. d MerriaMrk, lltdUc; Fancy do T la jc: ked Flaaaet XV: Jean Ut t Xk: Plaid Linceya MtmtM. I'LliL I assURAIV Th aa aoeable tenar of tbe foretfa new haa caused nowr lo decliace a altade ntwer. at all 11m leading puiat ia our eiMinir r .aitd we nuiice a slight decline la air market. The upile, howeter. comiBue limited. WeuutM aalee la kit from More at t atk.w4 :j;.eltll talc al Oi, delivered. Th prirm of Flour and t.rai.t la Hitcland al lhe iat avire. were tS Ti$7 ( bbl. fut I'luur. W.Val. 7",- cl: Pa.lev yjrta. taicu husttrl; aad t urn '.icu (. Imbri t ixty pound. Kte KSmr we quote al t 7i Buck. wkeairkmrie Vie. 0 . Vtbeai m ararre and ratir dull at la mills al Ml ei per huanet. Corn 3X Mc. Oau ararr at r)ie. FBI IT W quote Dried reaches al SI aalea of A polecat ljnJjOper UN. reeled fear be fi M &$3 few mmnet: M B Banaae ti.Kmti -30 per oi; Ml ata braiw m.KM fit keg; larraaia itc; rrune It. Alumadc leie; flee bic per lh; Sicily trnee and Lemon fUuvaSt per box. hale of new lirwd Apples at 7e 7jc per ausheL iCH EKIE!. The sale of Kmcerieaihis week hava ktea qui. sruk lo tbe country trad and cvnauMMrr. nut the hmi in larye hxa have not keea verv eiteacive rrwee arepretiy tnevally astaiaed.aad lit market a quite firm at quoiattons. Tu receipt conlinu i.ie ample, Ihoacb the aioch mhrat hand. n rainer awail. W bear of sales of BwCoifae In loti7l. 7. aiid7i eta: aad a few talm al B en al retail. 1 be aelec (it e-tic a bav amounted la ahout l.ihhda, lhn week, la lota, al 4, Cat eta, lh latterlbe prevailiac rate. Lulu sale of a very fair article are made al 4,.aa cle ta hhda; retail sale ia bbla, al tl. aceMdins to a.ialay. I.iflil caJe oi PlantalMMi Molaiaea In Iota, at -Si ci; retail aiea at t-tt.ar cla; (Micarnotiae Midamn we qnote al el. Jars Codec at held at lllfc. fu Ih-minto aad Havana at 7 a7c. Havana 5uir m auaes we He al t4 ..-4C Loal Sujar la Md al lAle for th iliSerent quainie Klce kv the tlerr wequote at 4J .: ia ke at Si cla. UL'KV HAWimHKMrMlk.'i. aea ! buaT Bat-sat 'iid-Zle. Uraia tack, maiiufatlured ef nemp clotn. triie. 11 LM t V bear of Bat litiwdoinc in Hemp. Tb rareipta and caJeacoeiiaoe lifl.t. la the Eaatrrei mark I here ha bar a gradual improvement lately la tlie ratee of lite wJeeof dew -rot led. Th crop of .be ltai m he low tbe average Ibm aceeoe. aa lc anfavorabw weath er cauatd a greal porliaa efth Hemp lo be at a dark color, which i rather aamarkatabl al the 1-aM. (V quota rwe lota from In country al at, iO per ewu Tb rate from stores .aJ jo per ewt for aa ed ew-rot-d. H AY. Pale of haled Tinwthy from Ibe river al fll BO B ten. Ketail aalea from store wUtU liaj In, rale ot louce ilay front the country la wage at a cu par 100 lbs. HdPr Weal era are wavtk lie per In. Eaatern. aaied wenh it per lh. IKU v nave ae enaa s Beta-, nitww aar al 3a4c. Charcoal Bloom wurib 4c. Teaaeaer cold Maw. t'M Per ton. lbiaorottatCanaceaslaliga, BO o , by tbe eecoo ia obtained. LK 41 It t-K. fk.n.ng sa.aRUc: rwe Lcaiurr i f 30; Cppev eu r.'3 per doa.; Call fk.nc .w ia I per dos : Bridal kips mii l aad.tiarae g.-ocy y . I.e. C w wenn etc av in hmb, aaa ma M 4DULa frim Uucb Madder hi worth 14c. ia lb eaok. M A LT 73e per haabel w paid foe Ihw arucm. ML'SrARUStEU. AUthal kronen! ihio market ef in very neat quality, purchaeed at 1 j at the lac- ory . . . . . MACKt.Kt.u-we quote e I in aaw m an: at nm B7. Ne t la Ma mJO. half hMe t.t. Ne 3 a)uwih m bMs at oJ.XT,IB, X I1j. Hi quote at e- tot f. 4e. tor n. ar. w W.54e. for d. and i fr3d. OIL. We quale heat wiater at rained Lard uue L leased do.STteBOe. per lalhm; Tuan, fnaa a I. W $11 per Md; factor Oil al 1 JH pet gal. OM(.-Art wucmgl.ie per ne. at in iit, 10 ft m stave. AGENTS FOR THE EX -.MINER. C. II. Babklbv, Lexington, Kentucky. J. B. Kimii.l, Gaiette Othce, Cincinnati, O. Vhit i. FoTTka, li Suto atreet. Boston. EU40 SaiTH. Ha Nassaa tret. New 1 erk. Joh. ScMOLxnx.j, S. E. cer. Arch Sl bth ata.. Philadelphia Tbo aw beer t be oners fjc Mia, a rhnic roHm-- dm of A pal iraea. cmheacin all el U vanetiea aauallr Blanled lh t inrc tree are aa earpaaMd t . cyaaetry.and vumteiwrrowih. meaear- tng trm B to IV teei anin. i mryat Braadeahurg. Meade ruanly. ky.. and will h delivered in LawWviil. ee any miermedtai laadin. al Bli ie lo ili per hundred, arrocdiag t xo. It daced M adaHawce.reauiring aain.a maiiiac.a cbarg ef Ut tlMTHMil I'ver only, win a mad. A few liee a the eeiefcrale otiirra !"py .4p. from 4 I feet high may be had at eta., ear a. AIIrorbekiw, er !vulli aad eat, nf in nurapry. may he addraaerd I L. C Terrey. Braadew'-erg, Meade county, Ky.: Shd from at her q'larler. Iw H. P. Br ram. Iwanllle. ky.; oc apptwainw aiay a maa Muan, 464. Market st . Lcmiavilte. Catalogue will be rnt t ail poai paid appnratwwa. la addKMW M the aauve. the aeicwtav w.H have fee tale, next fall, alln Oakland nursery. Loawrilla, near eem band red at lhe checceat varietwe-at th Peach, (alert sd from lb hew. Law era nuravrw A am. many rtrMiri of lb rear.l Tierry, rhw.tr, lawethe waa moct varietiee af eraameetal traea. wm, and plants. n. r. BtaA W Lanwuie.rh. is ""ISAAC PUGH & CO., We.mCwsaaalftr-et-PaiL.DELPHIA . Manwactwrere aad Impart! Paper Haag.n and Border a. Have always aa aano, as iarg aa Baonaeui aa aay n IhecHy, eT th aeweai dec It eg American J- t tench Paper ilanginr. Borders, Freaco & Column PaieT, Wula Window Papers, Fir Board Prints, tSte. AH of which will he antd mi tbe sreat maaoaard term. yybolrsal aad Br tail. Cavalry scbaata ar partiro arly lavued hcail. I ISA BIKMALL. No. 531, Main St opposite Bank ef K LOVIIVILLE; AH always fcr saw, Wbeleeale aad tetail. a full -Imam eflb patleraa ef rapsr Uaatiace. waaa fact a. red hy ISAAC fl w. sap is, to. iy m mcnMrm Ta-a. -.wm-.. &"mmmfom. g) I Wmimio and MmmU Vmmr tm we I aWaar' Mai dew, aad Jtwhsaw'e Barenm! arTKK. Tcwle OcaeeeiVy. tig, at aia SL, Earn ak. hetwee SU aad b streets. Ciaeiaaavi. aie. COOPCtH, Carpenter a. rahiaet. Wagwa aad Cbalr Maker ' Tee ef every deacrlutieev, always wa head ar Baa to aocar at aherl awiic. ana, wiwaw--- -ndeiaer Lecka aad Lai he. Bnmd. arrww.a Ca graaB datt: C am net Hardware. Mahogany Kaoha.aad, a .ceerel amftamwt ot ardware. each a aad I hy Ummo WuldRr aad Canwet Makem. Alt ot whtaO wsH bOBBka a misrisis prwea.