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, J'rt.-EMin M.Awi.' Oa TUBiWiWf aced 44 yearn. of Fortuiiauia protracted lllneti, Vwwe with Tfc.werif' eodedj our betoveif (riewd teal rL- P1 composure sue .U-d the at depart, bra lbs suae! casus the . ..j.. a., iraiber! home. ' . v,rf iuaut kr depertor, r very dear J71lI.-k-r- her. Who ...r hJ4 , , ,...,. or framed to tlit word whtrb tre r.rf brta.ntuuad tW ( alum at her warm, if,-ciiouir yni wttfeoat Uivuag hr Jta. we am fret l d,-rs ,a Hasrea our sorrow U euht -aranes. " ; AJv, Un- tU herea- heart a. th. IT saro (nnd cauaul ccet U aranc of Himrt weuaniie to Heaven's love. Tkl XMata Oaf W i:a. Dotioi.ef the Tmitory Wicoa.ia j, iaeeed Proclamation oeciariuf that Ih.CeB.titulioa Utaly uubariitted te the people of that Territory for adoplioa, preparatory te th.i, aseaminf the pooitioa i a teie Antrim Uaioa, hM oeen approvoa "J jority ef 103 vote out otM cl- Frt the .Irw Orleans Delta, ol April KJ. .! frea IHealoav. n.. Pfiiish West Indian Mail steamer Aeon, ar rived off the North Chandeieur latanu, oa mure- dav eveaiuA:. theuUtainei., "m verairui. uav :t.f. .k.t nlareoo the lrkh instant Brtuixar ?M we hire date from the riiy ol Mmco to Uie 14th wit later proceeding of the Court of lu Bi rr Blow e fie 'uiuiwt w ni news fioin the ample files of Mexioas paper and At to the mtificatiea of tilt Treaty. tl tm-s by Terr prujaj-uo. At lat aecouuu. ZT- n..nuii. a Quorum had not been formed in uZnea The Muniuw, of the llth, euattaiua a tooarttf le coodeuiBJi the Conduct ol the rneiik brt of Conjresa m d. Ujriiix the seKm. Si14 members were miii wanicu iu u.w.ii.., Ia m th Senate, to consulate a ooruin. A cor .noudent at yueretaro. of the Monitor, thuik the necessary number will oon be in attendant, j .w.i t.n ConriMs once ireta toeeiher. Her- nnu UlaM j w "era wiU be ehonen P.esMtool, i.ine a ma)ontv ef the letnUlures nave eipteanr mnimri.r. Uwr The news ot the rauficnlioa of the Treaty. Ud been received ia Queretaro, and aorne perMM tfBU.ruunS the belief that iU nwditiealiona woild tceru4. On the other hand, we have before aa extract of a letter dated " Mexico. 13th ot Anil" addreased by an fcnSish merchant, kD( a reMdi-ot in the city of Mxu-o, to Urn friend, an cft.-erof the Aon, hich wiy: ITierew a dearth of newaot any kind. t.i- nuwuer Clifford axrired here two daya af o. Anoart the American the impression ia that a petty w.'J not be wade; noine of the Deputies, avMt iacl.o4 for peace, awear they will Lae aothiax K d Merifau Jeave force nufhCM-ai U aupport a Uoversavaul, and I Ihiok the chance are thai they will not come to I ether in the stipulated Ume,"' - Oa the aanie auoject, we WAke the following .itnrt from auariirie in lit f ree Anieticaa.ot the lauk uvu- We ad Ottawa reatrraay to convene with a re(ft sb4r frnurmui who kaJ iu mre4frota la CD) of Max. ca He at.ica ui a ui Uur ef rw, but aara U nvmbrn of C'ougnaa lil ot volt tor the treaty u h tlwl h luw keaid luaar M tfcra pfm uta oaouuam oa U tubtfCt, ad that they all tm la im taat taey hara aoriha aoer to etile porUua 2 Uk trmumr Wluufiar to the rrpubuc . Uuuig iMa. rnettnuX auuld he niuunlae Federal ConmiuiIuiuoI MtxM Tkey wo h wiUMf to pay the cun ( lar U- Tfetr ara alM anllinf U ahanJoo Uieir arrlenuutia to lae awaenme of Ina aeovMlra ike arairuiM M th buoadiry kut he left to eaoimunoucrt to be appoint rj by act aoTernif i la our opuHM, it thu auieiurot be true, aatd bebeee ( e aViwi pUiuIr that the alrkicaui have train Made aa Mum ai tbc (oad lutkl Uat Aatenfa favenuiient. tt'e learn from tlie Monitor that a taale was fought at Swuia I'nude Koaale 'i lea(ii from Chikuakua, on the iClh of March, in which, aa saal, our Uoopa were ricloriouM. The Monitor cars, "the firing commenced at 9 o'clock in the atominr, and continued noUl dark at nifhl, when tae Alaericaa eidnned the plaee, took 9 pievo of heaeT artillenr, $ atoall piece of ordiutnce, and atore thaa l,UAi ruiukets. The nanider of killed oo either tide ia not yet known; but thelpae ot lite oa hoih side waa rery (rreau Uon Aiifel Trtaa, tjoTemor abd Coiuiuaailer, and the orSrer under aia coiamand, were taken priaourra at the monieut Vit actios ceased." Comnuatiaaer Tii-t and On. Cadwallader left the c.y of Mexico on the 8th in't. We do not hear ef their arrival tt Vera Crux. CommiBKiooer Clifford had arrived in the City of MV M ll wta tuppoaed that the Court, of Inquiry would tijoiua atiout the '2Uh. A cndnda from Cjuanajualo had arrived at Miiid, ten.&A by forty Mexican Dragoon. The arnouoi hrotfhl by the conduct a if iaiel to he tW.Wi Inother condurta arnted from Puebla, M.aeriJ tei Must and El Chico brougbl 04 he.ra ot !. Tte faiieral obarauiea of the lute tien. Valen ce were cWebraliM on the 4th inst-, at the con vent of aui Franc inco. The boKHe of Muriel and Brother ia the rity ol Vtexico had beea eutered ui the nirht by a gang of robbers, wbo murdered a clerk named ZoriUa. Seven of ire ieii robbera haie bii arreMted, aad tiaoiig them, we regret lo find officers of the Amerieta ariar. The Mouilor ol the 7th, contains a letter from iJi LaL ttating that the bidians to the number of l.ilj, are now in t Hlale of revolution, and thai Ueir o urn Set is tiill increasing. Several Hacien aat, or pitntalion have been robbed of all the eaiue and horea. feonie of the planlera have teea murdered. The loiter ai mates that the : capiui, Nut Luik, ia U.e only pan of lha State! wtiere one cxn remain nith aecurity. Tht ae a.oa of the Legilir.re of liiil Slate adjourned on the 3Ut ulL, aurf deprited, by a decree, Don Aiame, (Jc-rn.,r, and Dun Avila, L. Governor, uf ttta respective orfiren. Dun Juliniio Keyea, Ikeir present Uiverner, received eitraoiJiuary i powew, u, Ust until Uie meeting of the next le riaitture. Tlie election lor a new Governor of ia bum mil uke pta e on the Hh of the pre sent month. A deUi hrnent of eight hundred uen, vul to San Lu ia de la Paez, by ihe tiovern eat of Guanajuato, to assist in protecting tlie State teainst the ludians, baa retired to Dolores Huliiro without firinj a run. Gen. Busmen te, to wkara ttie people looked for aHaiatance, has wrrnea that kt w,ld comt, bat they have fosl all Mpes of fetting succor from him. The Muaiior of the tlth aav, that the Stale of Ouiaajutto followed tlie example of San Luia, ad u.e ladians are iu a state ot revolution. The bailor uri tint toe revojntion, which wan com menced by about forty individuals, had now mus tered npaards of two thoiihand partisana. nobUenes ere still frequent on the roads and a the city of Mexico. Sittrabers of families w bo have been obliged lo abandon their homes on account of the insurrection tcauui, had arrived in Vera Cruz ome ot ib eauiely desUute. It was proposed to hold a """'"t o aoopt meanurea lor their relief. lae courtrtial for the Uial of UeUt John " ""i Louisiana volunteers, com- eoced aitung on the 13th inst, at Vera Crux. " ' BUw "Purt ol the proceedings. The charge preterred arainat LienL Smiih .r. Amn. ... ting of aoldiera to desert; embealement of'piib uc property; conduct unbecoming an officer aud a tsnUeuun. It i. stated that the General Hospital wvedtrom Vera Crux to JalaiJrn.h, is to bo re- obabiyoo ac OaJltof the Itnimiiki.. -:i.L '. . r' vera crux were to ri a inu hiwi. . . l r . ... p ve orJTk 1 Ule evening ol the I6th, in hon or of the French Kulltinn U. . (. .1.. 1 . ... - ivwih I VIII Ull 'e Aiuenran tl .t . l . , rb. 1-,l - miyi,rl m given uy aonieoi iu;,I? s "Uien on the 8th in honor of the Rev rt' V1 Araerictns were invited. The e i consul was present, and like hit country M L- ppthiy for the li&eral PPle by which the French people will be gov- k IT epondMt, " Ulua." anys: itrrttoiZ" e,U tohin-'i8de is or- lJ'!. r'8.a'" coachea commenced running IM rtLd - n mt lh citf of Mexico on the f of C01- M Ullan-a regiment lSe,u,ii"'Jef,tt'a'w Vork wlunteers, i ll TVt0t C-PTorry, arrived at V sai. u" b,,k w-ste- MbZ! U'l ,TJU"''u JrulA haa AnrUi kwL A ,e,Ur ttom Wuereuro, TrlueiS (.iTD"1" U" l'a'e' WM -r' rh. S ,it?i'rim "Cr'l Andr.de. Koticw lly anuouueedin U,e Tampico edrt.0,0' wou-t U b'Ualion, h! ZT.:" Vn,.I.wrUng th mail trom Pue- ny fuerrillei TZT.?- V m" w.ij, . great w me rzLh in. r- r . ... - ht mareh u. TT! 1 JTtae " opposition to iT??"8- conductora tioui wi light Col. llav. ok. . n 10thfrom j.l''lrVrVVed l V'r CriX. on ssaair.'.1? Tb' American under- landed. 1 "'8'mt will shortly be dia Eouham. Mai U i. i .... ' of L.tB!7?irf'r the IfJth. The 'rtUvurZt .r'1 death! had occur- eweuea uiroala. tm VkZlJX ""l0" ' . b, tailroad KuTnl V0fk- Tbp" t". of Iran SuisMil't )fl-l Repm-m. . IVeksaio oil Ml very, oY. 'CtnttiiheJrwai Firtf Vgf. inr.f ooti- uu taa un oi aiarca, ioji.. ut American people of all pnjiha aaueioblod at tliin aT W r-v .a a. I K a . a. tt f OapUal for the purMe of witaewiug the iuau ruration of tha Pratuieiit of the United Statist The 1'retidexit waa a Nortbeia nuui. 1 liad tbt honor of liaUainf lo hit Itaannral aoeech, aud ia it he wlnely bud patnotlciUy asm-rted a prin clpla of which I approyod at the time, which I ttiil ailuiire, aud whfoh hat a cloaa ailiaitj' to t.ia queatien eo anddeuly pnuwnted to this body. Martin Van Bnren tlureo to declare ia hia iuau garal npoeeh Uial ttougt 'it waa hia opinion and It certainly ia not nii that t'ongreaa hat the powor to abulia h aluvery In the Uiatrict of Columbia, yet he cctceived that it could not bo douo w ithout tha ui Ml odiout aud nnardunabla broach of fa lib ton turd tlitt Klave Huteaof the t'onl'ideracy, and oapacuilly Maryland and Vir ginia. This declaration, t ot altofrftfiur auex- puctad, gave tempoury nuiot tad aaliafncUoa to tbe Soath. 1 had thougUI. atuiL recently, thai there ware very few men ia the republic claim ing anything like a prominent etauillog among loeir fellow-cilixena wbo eiiUitaluinl a oineraal opinioa from that thuuexorauwad. or who. if ea tertaiaing it, would aadertaka to expreae IT ia the aatioual couucilrt of thit ri'public. But the bolitioa Moveoteat haa aot Utea quite to sue- ceWui aa some delrd it to be, and now wo aeo plaia iadiratioaa that ladivkduala for I cannot couacteuiioualy calllheut gttBtUmeu aaartiug ineutMlvea to bechainpiona of truetlom, have ro- tuived to carry in tot xecut ion a aciteme tuat tenant to remova bv im v means whatever, all the aiavoa aow within thit Dtalrkl, to tlialthoae who i . . have beau ia tho hait of rotainiug alavua la their poeueutloa will be diacouraged from bring log othera hiire : and I hat ciliuna wbo niay hare' after aot lie hero, w ilt of courte, on tho pri:ipU of obviowa paeuabarf putkc)', docliaa bringing ach property with Uew; and Iht, then, la thit covert and iuaidtoaa uaanaoir, tliu ataxUtittt of tlavtry ia the Uiatiict of Columbia, may hit ac eoinpliatied. ' "' ' IhoatloMtpt ta IcrwUte directly Cpoa tbw tubiect ia tho nalionai coa actio ia at war with tho Conatitutiou, tepugaant to all'priuci pleeof god faith, aad iu violation of nil wall meuta of patriotiaaa. With vrhoroaonvtr it r igiaateo, Uiia movomeat, niaco diroctly or indi rectiy, wltbia Coagrena or iut of it, which haa boea m oaiotly deaouacod br my colliidrfua, ia aimpjy a aalarious attempt ta couimlt giwnd lar es ay apoa the owner of alaroa ia thla Uiatrict I aadortako ta say that liter ta aot a maa wbo ha givaa hia coaateaanco lo tbi Iraaeuclioa in any shape, wbo ia aot capaltlo of ccBamittiug graad lareeay; or, if be happened to be a hero, aa aueh Die a are aot, of perpetrating highway robbery oa any of thoroadatf Ihia Liiilun. He ia aot a gaaUemaa- Ha wot.ld - not be couale aaaeed by aay reMpoctabla ;eroon anywhere, tie ia a roe liable to tha law. 1 go farther, and I dare aay my aoatimoata will ainet the upproha- tioa ot many ovea wno do hot lire ia al ive Ma tea, aad I Biaiiataia that whea the aria of the law ia loo abort lo reach a criminal, he may bo justly puaiahod by a aovereigaty n-t kaowa to law .Such proeeediaga have takaat place, and there are circauetaaoee which aot only instigate, bat iaalifv audi acta. I aiu iufornjoil uoon arideuca ea which I rely, that thievery movement oat of which tlie bill originatea, liat beea laHtigated ad aaiicUoBod by perooua la hifa etaUeaa. Ji ia evea rumored, aad U la beloved by many I am aorry for the honor of thin body lo any ao that a Senator of the United la lee ia concerned a tha mevouaeat. Certain it bK that a member of another bod v. aot fur dialnnl. nieelitie- in a i certain Hall, waa ytatertfay mornixg oitg:iged ia certain repreheaaible conlxivancte, aad thai bul lor hia atijeci night iroin tne piaca otatainra- moaa iatriguoa, ho woaid havit boea juttly pan- iahod aot by the mob bat bp higb-apiritodeit-ixeaa cooveaed for tho parpita. of vindicating their rights, thua aajuatly nsaailed. Why kt It that thia qaootioa ia conllaaally giUlod la tho Senate of the Unitod States thai it ia kept hero at the aabjectof perpetnal diacaa. aioaT la it oimply that gentlemen wish to be popular at houief I eappoMO ao. la II because of their peculiar eympatbiea for thai portioa of Iho popalatioa which coaatilatet alavery.aa re cognized ia tho South? What ia the motive? Ia tho object to attain popularity ? la it to gala higholatioa? 1 II lo keep up a local excite ment la some portion of tho North, with the view of obtaiang political eluvttion aa tho re ward of each faclioua coadact? Bat I earo aot for tha motive of such acta. I a tdertaka to aay that ia ao country, ia which tho principle of heaaoty ara reoooctod, would tach a woveaioat aa that aow attempted bo proponed, or even eoaateaaacod far aanoiaent. I fet4 bound on thia occasion le aay that the bill prupoeed, could ot have aay rood object. Whtt doea it declare 7 ll declare that aay attempt oa the part of tho people of thia District, tboagh tho only mean which Utey may have la their power, lo protect their property, and prevent it frra being taken front them even by aieolth or oien robbery, ahall aubject them to be raalcted ia heavy pecuniary damagea! It amouala thea to thai, that if, here after, any occurrence einiilar lo that which haa recently disgraced the Uiatrict would happen, and the pood people of the District should aa- aemble and proceed to tho venae! a which their property bad beea placed, and lite t apt.ain of which had become the ayent iu the nefarious iranaactioB, aad aliould thea aal there dare to use tho only meaaa to prevent that vessel from ailiar. and their property from being taken way before tneir ayes, they would bo compi led lo pay heavy pecuaiary damagea. It it a bill, tbea, obviously intended to cover ana pro tect nerro-(ealiug. It ia a bill lor tho encoar- gementaad Immunity ol rooOfry. mat at ita trae character, ami whatever opinioa thngDa Ueman' own eelf-eutficieiicy may induce him to entertain of hi own eouuuct on thia ocea- ioa, I only tell him aow li e luilgmeut which every bonoot maa will proBOunev upon it. If tho object of me senator wan aa I nave aeocrmeo it, aad a ia apparent oa the face of the bill, he ia aa guilty aa if he had committee highway rob bery. I regret that 1 am obliged to use harsh Una, but they are true. I he Seuator from South Carolina aaoerted with great truth, that tha time has come when the South aliould not only let her voice bo heard, but disclose to all her enemies that ana not oniVKncw nor rign is, bat 'knowing dare maintain tbum maintain thorn bv all constitutional meaaa by all legal eiDodienta if aeceasarv by bloodshed. The Senator from Mew Hampshire, it evidently at temDiina- to tot ap a aort of civil war ia the country, aad ie evidently filled with thetpiril of laaurrectioa and inceadiaruim. lie may onng about a result which will end ia the apilling of human blood. I aay to him, however, let him come forward boldly, and take the proper reapoa eibility. Lot him nay, "Now I urn ready lo do battle ia bohair or tho libertine ot my menu me blacka. tho slave of the District of Colombia." Let hira buckle on hi armor; let hua anaheatn bis aword. aad at once commence the contest, aad I bava aa doabt ho will have a fair opportunity oi sheddinr hia blood ia thia holy cause, oa theaa cred tod of the Uistrict oi uoiuniDia. ii no really la oarneet, he ia bound, at a eonacleatiou man. to pcrue thia course, which cannot bo neraavorod ia withoat those awful aceneo of r. .. . .ji blood toed and oouoiation loag anucipaieu uy ood maa. ia every part of tho Kepablic. v hen. aak. waa it that Southera mea ever under took to invade the quiet and liappineaa of the North? I hope 1 may be pardoned ia mating tho aurreetion. I do aot wish to institute aay iavidioa compariaona. thank ljeava 1 bava an abidine confidence ia lb rood sons, the virtuous patriotism, and regard for tlie right of nroMrtv. of inv Northern brouirea; ana i no. lieve that inert ara many oi ireui, i ovvu w lias, who are perfectly sound ia thia question. and who will conaomn to act o i nwrii The South ha been forbearine;. She ha ox- erciaed mora thaa coniplaiaancft mora thaa farhranc.a. Cut whoa. I aak. htuv any South. sn man. occuovinr a aeat in either liua oi Congress, attempted to interfere with aay local interest la the NoruiT All moat aeo that tho course of the Seuator from New llampabir la calctlated to embroil the Confederacv ta oat ia peril oar froe lnati tutioaa to jeopardize that Union which our forefatbore eaUWished. and which every pare Da trial throurhout tha country diMiirM uliill be porpotaatod. Cna any maa 1st a patriot who nuraueaauch a rourre? I he III aaliifhteiied friend of freedom, or evea a jadksioaa friend of those with whom he effect to eyinpalhiae, wno adonis mmrh a eoursat Who dooa aot kaow I hit I uch maa are practically the wont euemiea of the alave? I do aot beaweca Vive geaiiemaa . atop; but if he persBVtrea, he Will awaken ludlg nation avarv where. Bid it cannot bo that ea listened maa. who eontcUnlloiliily belong to tb faclioua at tho North, of which ha I uader atood to be the head, can ewiti.ja or approve evarytblag that he may do auder the influence of excitement, ia tbi bbdy. I will cloe by savin?, that If ka real I V afiahst eHorT, and to bo regarded at the great liberator of the blacka if bo wWhoa to bo particularly ciwinifuisoea in this cause of emancipation, a it ie culled let him, laatead of remaining bar ia the St a ate of the U ailed Stale, or inatead of ereunr; nun elf ia eoe dark corner of N lUmpehire, where he mtv noaaiblr teceoe lh lWt Indigo tioa of good mea throughout thin republic let him viail the good Bute ef Mietiuippi ia which 1 1 havtt tliu houor lo reaide, and oo doubt he will be recaived with tuch thout of iy as have r.irely marked the roctptioa of any Individual iu tbi day and generation. I tavilr him there and will tell him beforehand, la all honesty that ht could not go lea mile iuto the interior before he would grace one of the tallest tree the foreet, with a rope around hi Beck, with trte approbalioa of every virtuou ard patriotic citizen; aud that, if neoeaaury, I ehfuld myeeif assist la the opemtiou Mr. lUi. I beg the indulgence of the Sea ate for a low momeut. though I did not exacti aaiicii ale thia diecussiou, yat I do not regret it Before I proceed further, a the Hon. Senator Iroin Aiitottiuiippi ha aaid that it haa been aoaeri ed, and ha thinks on good authority, thiit a Sea tor of ttio United State connived at Ihia kid napping of slaves, J aak biro if he refer to me Air. r oote. I did Mr. Ham I Uke occasion thea to aay, tlia the atitlement that I have glveu tits slights! ceuateaaace to the prooedaro ieanlireJy with out Uie ltat foundutioa la truth. 1 liar had nothing to do with the occurrence, directly or indirectly, and 1 demand of tho lion. Senator Id atato tlie ground upon which he haa made tin aJietaUoa Mr. l-Wrr It haa beea elated lo mo, aad I corlaiulyuMiaved it, andbelieviur ill deuouuc cut ita .1 tllJ not tnuke the charge directly. My rtXnarka were hypothetiriil. 1 am glad to heat tlie Senator aay that ho haa had ao connection with the movement, bat whether ho had or not, oineof hi brelhrea in lb great cause in which be waa engaged no doubl had much to do with ll. Mr. HtLt. Tlie aneerof Uie gentleman doe not atlect me. 1 recogaiiH avery member ol the human family a a brother. Once for all, I ut terly deny thai either by counsel, by eilence, or by apooch, or ia aay way or manner, I had any knowledge, cognizance, or auaptcioa of what was do us or might bo done, until I hoard of thia occurrence a other Senators have heard ef it And I cJialieare any oue who entertain a dif ferent opinioa lo Iho proof, here, now, ami for ever., I go farther thaa that.. 1 never have rouselled, advised, or aided la any way, and with my preaent impressions, I aever shall counsel, advise, or aid iu aay war. aay eacrc-ai'.hmeut apoa theeoaaitlution ta Buy of its provUioa or compromise. If tho coa nilution be uot broad enough for Ihe protection that I claim, I wilt go without it. 1 trust thai oa thia abject I have beea sufficiently under stood. 1 deny ia general aad particular, uot only oounlvaaco, but all kaow ledge of aay each luovemeula. Whilst I am up, let me call tho attealtoB of the Senate to tho case of a maa whom I am proud, here aad elsewhere, to call my friend, the Editor of Ihe "Yiieael tint." Thia geutle mun.ia a card published ia theMiVateaa. aJaf- ligtttr" of thia day; declare: A rumor haviur beu circulated that the of fice of Ihe A'eienaf Erm waa eoaceroed, direct or indirectly, in Ihe recent attempt of a nam- tar of nlave lo escape ea the schooner Pearl, it duo to Ihe respectable citizens of thin place, aad to myself, ta give a plaia, full, unequivocal denial to the report. While determined lo yield n right lo menace or violence a coiiceasioa which no true-hearted American will be uueu- eroa enough to demand 1 fel it to be my du ty to tie all 1 can to remove a aerioaa mieappre bensiou, calculated to provoke uapleaaant ex citement. Tlie position which he hat taken i tha laid dowa in tho first a umber of hia paper, aad he republish it ia hi card: 'ttoiievinr that the extinction of slavery can be elfucted ia accordance with the rouatltatioa and law, aad that thia ia the better way, ao ay- lent ol unroQilitatioutl or illegal measures will Cud ia aa a auoporter. Wo cannot work with contradictory mean. Whenever convinced thai sack tuensoruu aa Uie lawa saactioa or prohibit, are iututiicient for the accomplishment of the great object we aim al, wa ahall frankly any ao. I he magnitude of the cause ia which we are en gaged, justice to oar fellow-citizen of the Sooth, and sound policy, demand that no movement be made ia relation to this important qoeation, ex cept with Uie utmost openness, frank nee, and sir-dealing. " i. o. ' I he dec laralioa I thea made, embodied the priuciplea oa which I had always a uiformt ac ted ia relatioa to aia very ; aud In not a aiugle aslaiieo have I, or aay oao ia my onice, eo far a my knowledge extend, violated it. Iran uot, com latently with my views of what honesty aad fair-dealing dictate, to say nothing of so and pol icy, engage, or ia aay way, directly or indirect ly, take part ia any movement which would ia volve the aecrauily of any strategy or trickery of aay kind. "My paper basbeew published sixteen months ia thi city. Ita colamn are open to insiiec- tioa. Tboee who have takea tbotronbie to rood it will Wtify that I hate counselled bo meas ures repugnant to the foregoing, that I have abstained from invective and denunciation; and addreeeed myself lo the reason, the conscience. the patriotism aad sense of honor of the lave holdera, many of them being near relatives and personal friends. Not one of my numeroat ex change. u the South, how muchsoever opposed to aiy view, ha at aay lime imputed to uie ill temper or a clandestine policy. 'W ith thia plaia exhibitioa of my course, it I haixily necessary for me to nay that, ia tho re- ceiil transaction which hit excited to much feel- iag, neither myself aor nny person coa see led with me had aay share whatever; that the Iran sac lion ia fact became kaowa to me only through the gene nil report. -I write thie to dieabuae the public mind, eo that those who do not personally k now me, may not be imposed upon by any misapprehension of my position. Certainly, 1 feel a great repag nance to being assailed for what I aever did or dreamed of; but if illegal violence be inflicted upon ine for writing ami prinUng freely about slavery, or any other tulyect which an Ameri can citizea may discuss, then will I sutTercheer- full y , in the conhdeut hope that when paaeioa and prejudice ahall have beea dispelled, justice will be done to ray character. But 1 will not tup pose that they who are rejoicing over the ea franchisement of the pretax ia Faris, w ill them selves pat tetter upon tho press in Waahiug- ton." Mr. Calhu'N. la hi sent 1 Does ho make any denunciation of the robbery? Mr. II iu. He had quite enough lo do iu de fending himself, and il was no part of hi duty to denounce other. Mr. CaLHorif. ia hit aeat I understand that! Mr. I!i.i.-1 appeal to the sens of justice of tho Senate and ask what justification there can be for assailing the character and property of a maa who kaow no more of thit occurrence thaa any of ita member? I appeal to the I Ion. Sen ator wbo spoke so eloquently of the high and chivalric idea of right which are understood in hi section of tho country Mr. Foote. I aak Uie Senator and I beg to remind him that twenty million of people ore listening to hia auiwer ia the circumstance of the caae, evidently known lo mm, oooe no sup pose that thi occurrence could have taken place without extentlvo countenance aad aid from men of standing in this District, whether mem bers of Cone-rows or others? Mr. Halk. I have no doubt mat inoee per son could aot have trot away without some aid It is enough that I have diaclaimed UI knowl edge of It. I thought that when the honorable Senator waa specking mora man iwsaiy mil lion cf people were listening, lie invitee mo to visit the State of Miiippi, and kjudly ia form me that he would bo one of tboee who would act the assassin, and put an end to my . . ., ... 1 . I I career, tie woaio aia in Bringing m is puuiic execution no. death by a mob. YY ell, la re turn for hi hospitable Invitation, I caa only ex nress Ihe desire that ho would penetrate iuto some of the dark corner of New Hampehire, and if be do I am much mistaken if lie would uot find that the people in that benighted region would not be very happy to listen to nis argu meata andeugne In nn intellectual eonlict with bitn. in which the truth might be elicited. I il.ink. however, that tha announcement which the honorable Senator uae made on tnisnooroi tha fate which await humble aa individual at myiielf in the State of Mississippi, must con vince every ooi of the propriety of the high eulcgiin which bepronounced upou her the oth er dav. when ho spoke of the high poeitioa which she occupied among mo cuairs wi una r ," . l .J . . - r a l. : Confederacy. Bat enough of tha personal matter. ... I think, if I did not misunderstand tb noa nmhio Senator from South Carolina, that he ia rneisAd at tliu taineritv of the Senator from Nsmr llamnahir in iiitrooucinr tnia Dill, . . . I .Ll- V ma ask what is thia bill? What la thia Incendi ary bill that liar elicited such a torrent of Invec tive? lias 14 ba manufactured by aem "la. natical abolltioaUt?" Why, It is copied, aimost word for werd, from a law on the statute book, -kt.i haa been la ooeratfoo for yean, in the ...i.hh.riniv State of Maryland. It has no al lution.direcUy or indirecUy.to the aubject of sit very. Yet 1 am accunea oi uirewmg u mm ciimJ. and ia order to make war upon the .....iiAB. of the South! How? la Uod'e i it eamsta tlii. that the American 8en- ..! in the vear of trrace, one thousand eight baadred and forty-eight, the righta ef property caauaot bo named, but the advocate of slavery ar la arms, aud exclaim that war is madeapou their lUtuUoa, because it ia al Umpted Uceatlh protecUou of the law over tho property it' aa American citizen, who ap pCtla to aa Antuicaa Senate! It baa loug keen held by you thai veer necu liar lustitutii.li w incompatible with ih right of peecii; bul il tt be also incompatible with tlie aafeguarda of tho conatitalioii being thrown arouud property ef American citizens, lot the country know it! If that ia to bo tho principle of your action, let It be proclaimed throughout the length aad breadth of the land, that there le an laatituliou oo omnipotent eo almighty tnai eveu tno aucreu rignia 01 tile and property must bow down before it. Do not let it he aid that I kav Introduced thi subject. I bar simply asked that tho plainest provision of common law the clearest dictate of justice shall be extended and exercised for the protection of the property of citizens ef this Uistrwi: sad, yet, the honorable Senator from South Cnrolia is shocked at my temerity. mr. dhtlh auuw ate i aaa oue question with perfect good temper. The Senator ie dia- euhtiiig the subject with some feeling; bull ask him whether lie would vote for a bill, nrooerlv drawn, inflicting paahthiueat oa pereou in veigling Maveu iitonillie uislrlcl or Columbia. Mr. Halk. Certainly aot, and why? Becauae I do not believe thai slavery should exist here. Mr. Calhoiu (in hi aeat.) He wishes to arm Ihe robbers, aud dim mi the eople of the uisirb't. . . Mr. Haut. The II ou. Senator La alarmed at my temerity- Mr. Calhoi'n (ia hi aeat ) I did hot use the word, but llid aot think it worth while le correct the SoanUir. M r. Halk: he Seaalor did aot use the term. Mr. Calhouh. No. I aaid il waa bruzeu ia the Senator or Mitnotking like that . Mr. Halk. the meaaiag waa the same. It waa straage the that I shouii introduce a bill fur the protection of propertf iu thia District; a bill perfectly liurmleae, but a bich ho haa con strued iatoaa attack upon Die South. I ask the Senator aud Uie conn try whareia consists the temerity? I suppose la )ho eeclioa of the duutry from which il euiues, lie says that we w ent to think Unit the South las lost all feeling? Ah! There ie Uie temerity. ' The bill rorueo from the wrorif aid of a certain boundary. Why did Uie honorable Senator from South Car olina imagine thai wo of the Norih with our face bowed doru to the earth, and our bock I Uie sea, bad received the lash ao long that w dared aot look Bp? Did he suppose that we dared aol ask the pretectioa of the law be thrown around nrouertv iu the District to which wa came to legislute? I desire ao war apoa the iaatitatioa of slave ry la Hi sohsil ia which the eaator ander- tlands Ihe term. I will never he a parly lo aay eacreaebmeuls upon rights gusrauleed by the Constitution ami the law not al all. I wish no war, but u war ef reason of potsnaaioa of ar gameat; a war thai hould look to convincing the undortlaiidiig, aubduiug Ui atTeclioaa and movlog the sympathies of Uie heart. That ia tho only war iu which I would eugage. But it ia aaid that the time has eemo that tho crisis haa com, aud Ihiil the Soath uuist meet il. Ia all eaudor aad honesty, then, let me say, thai there could aot lie a boiler platform ua which to meet the quetthia, thaa that presented by the principltw of thin lull. There could not be a bet ter occuiou thaa thia to appeal lo the couutry. Ix-t Ihe tocsin sound. L1 the word go forth. let the free Noith be told that her craven Rep. i -nlatlve oa the noor ol ine sienale, are not at liberty evea :u claim the protection of the rights of proper. y! The right of iiueech was sacrificed long are. Bat aow it ia lo be proclaimed Uial we cannot evea iutitkluce a bill looking to tlie plainest pro vision of Ui CeustituUoo, and the clearest principle of justice for the protection of perso nal rights, becnu M gentlemen choose to coustru it iulo an attack upou that particular institu tion. 1 ask iigaia, what ia it Uial haa prodaced this step, called ap thee denunciations, excited all Uii iavei-live which ha beea poared out upou me, aa if I had lieeu guilty of all the Crimea ia the decalogue? 1 call apoa the Senate and the country to uke notice ef it. 1 aak oa what do gentleman of tint .outh rely for Uie protection of any institution ou which they place any val ue?. It will bo unawered upon Ihe constitution and the iaw. Well, thea. if tho Safeguard of the conatitutiou are rendered inadequate to the protection of onti specie of property, how caa it bo supposed Uiat there will he protectioa for aay? It is because I desire to maintain in all their strenglh aad ability, the aeferaard of the constitution, thai. I have introduced thie bill for the protectioa ef property ia thi District. Aad here let me tell Use Senator from Alabama, that he will huve my full cw-operalioo la any meas ure to prevent kidnapping. I ahall expect him to redeem hie pUdge. Agaia: 1 am shocked lo bear the honorable Suaatur from South Carolina denounce this bill a a measure calculated to ro- thoee citizen from the expression cf their jut! indignatioa. Air. tiiHoc. ir lb Senator will allow me, rill explain. I aaid no such thine. But 1 will take the occasion lo any that 1 would jaat as soon argu with a maniac from bedlam, a with the Senator from New Hampshire on thi subject. Scvkbal Sin-rota Order, order. Mr. Cai.hoi a 1 do not intend to correct hi etatementa. A man wbo ssys thai the people of thia District have no right iu Uieir alave and that il la no robbery lo lake their property from them i nol entitled to be regarded a in pos session of bis reason. Mr. Halk. ll i an extremely novel mode of terminating a controversy by charitably th row- ng the nitnlle of maniacal irretponaibility over one a antagonist! list the honorable senator nut word into my month which I never used. did not say thai the ewaer had ao property in their alave. 1 said that Ihe institation exists, but I have aot given nny opinion uponthe point lo which the Senator has alluded. I have never aid anything from which th sentiment which he imputes lo m could be Inferred. It doe aot become me, I know, to measure arma with the honoruble Senator from South Carolina, mora particularly since he haa been eo magnanimous at to give notice thai be m ill not condescend to argue with nie. Bul there ia mora thaa oao man in thi country, who haa, whether juttly or uajuelly, long ainc arrived at Uieconclueiou that, if I am a maniac oil Uie subject of slavery, 1 am not a monomaniac, tor I am nol alone in my maduasa. uul, sir, l am aol responsible hero or elsewhere for the excitement that han followed tho introdiictioa of thit subject. I in tended simply to giro notice of a bill calculated to moet tha exigency. The houorable Senator from Florida calls upon mo for proof of tho ao- cessity of Una legislation, and says that no vio lence ha beoa committed ia this District. I dou't know what he calls violence. (CoaclaeW ea firtt Pig next tree.) BV TH MAOSITIC TRLROBACH. evuai alaye iAter rrwaa Kurope. Nkw Youa, April W, V 51.. Tlie royal ateanuhip Anern a, t apt. Judkino, which silidfroni Liverpixil on the 15th inst., ar rived here Ut-day. The great Chartist meeting which was held ui London, oa the lUtb iuoL. passed off quietly. It waa attended by two hiindied thousand peivons. A petition was drawn up and presented to Parliament by a deputation appointed for thai purpose. Irel;md remains quiet, the government having overawed Ihe revollers for the prexeuL Arms are still being niannructuid in large quniililiea, and the peasant are constantly eiifragfd in pracliuing at shooting. Denmark has commenced war aguin&t SleHWick and HolKtein, two Dnchie belonging to her, each of which contain Mine 40t),0U0 souln. They had revolted agitinsl the King and demanded to be re- cogniaed as independent Staten. A fierce nd bloody battle baa been hmghl at r leuwburg, in which th Danes proved victorious. The loes wa very heavy on both aide. Priixxiau troops hud been ordered to advance to the support of llolxtein, and should Uie King uf IVmnaik nnalate by stop ping, his teniloriee, will tie invaded. An insurrection las broken out al Hesee I as 1 thi the the 10th .not, there waa a frightful riot at Cologne. Madrid was quiet at Uie latest dalea. The AnnLriaii hsvc been dcfcoled at all points by the Lomhardiana. The PuIch have esubli-lied coniinitlees through the Duchy, who have called Uie people to arm., Th-y have eharpened their ecytfie, have driven awny the Russian soldiers., cut oft the mail, torn down the Imperial Eagles, and aeized what treas ures they could Uy Uieir hands on. . Holland and Belgium are quiet. Turkey han acknowledged France aa a republic, The Arch-Duke Stephen has Det-a declared King of Hungary. ' There have been serious dUlurbencee at St. Pe tersburg. It ia reported that Louis P)iillipie has arrived in America. Manufactures in Kngland are very dull. The Kepal paper bto very violent, O'Connel had aivinlerview with Lord Jolni Russell, at which be asken that large tcooceeaione be made to he, land Lord Russell refused to grant them, and stated Ui iiiUnlions of hie government . Berlin, Rome, Palermo, and Mi lea are tranquiL. Russia haa promised neutrality provided ker poa- teesiona are not attacked. CoMKictL- Previsions ar firm. Loodoo Couaoia tr S292Jc; three cents 81H1c. Taera M a better reeling in tb Corn market. Flour baa advanced one sail ug av tack, and six pence per hot. Meal bv 1112. per 1961a. Hale of SS,3j0 bale of Cotton br the work. Orkaa. itaAd; Mobil 3ald. CONGRESS. Womksdat, April 26. SENATE. At the usual hour lh Senate waa called iu or der. Numeroua peti.ioii were presented. A resolution to supply the member cf the House with eopioa of Houston's Senate report was adopted. Mr. Badger submit led a resolution uistiucting Uie committee ou Library lo purchase B vwn'i portrait of Ueu. Taylor, which, oa motion, waa uid over. Mr. Hale a-ked to take up the riot bill. The amendment to the California Claims bill of Mr. Benton was adopted by yeas 29, nay 9. Mr. Max.ii uiovod to amend the amendment by substituting a board of commissioner instead of Fremont. A debate spiuug up in which Mem Benton, I nd r wood, Nile, Phelps, Crittenden, Allen, But ler, Cans and Badger participated. Un motion, the Senate went into executive se- siou, and then adjourned. HOL'SE. A gi-sxge was received from the President com- muuicatiiig the coiTenpoudence of Uea. Scott and Secretary Mart y. The Speaker announced that reports from coju- mitlee were in order. Sundry bills were reported, which were read twice and referred to the Committee of the Whole. Mr. Birch, chairman of Ihe' Committee oo Mili tary Afraira, reported a bill providing for Ihe re peal ol lb law giving the President the discretion ary power at the terminating of the war, of re- mining theold or new general ia Uie army. Mr. HouHioo ofAla. opposed the bill. MeHsra. Holmes, Staunton, Burt, and Botta sup ported the bill. Mr. McKay offered an amendment to the bill. which wa.i decided in the uegaUve by yea and navx. Mr. MrLeau moved to lay the subject ou the ta ble, which was decided in the negative by yeas and 3VS. On motion Uie House then adjourned. TmmoAT, April 21 SENATE. Tlie Senate to-day, ordered IU) copies of Hick- ey's ediliou of ihe constitution of the U. S , lo be presented" to Mr. Vslunere, in the name of the Senate. Mr. Clavton ofTorcJ areoliition seeking inlorm at ion about the pub ic armories. The House bi'.l for the tranoporution of the tor eign mail, waa repotted with amendment. Mr. Badger's resolution to purchase the portrait of Mr. Brow ii, of Geo. Taylor, after nindry am end. nicut" .leing adopted, was laid oa the table. The California claim bill waa taken up and die rii"uet, when, on motion, the Senate aJjouraed. HOUSE. In the House, the first business in order waa the report- of Uie Standing Committee. Tlie Correspondence of General Scott, &c, was taken up. Mr. Clinguian charged that Lieut. Marry bad been using Mr. Henly for th purpose of palming off upon the lione and the country a deliberate false hood, by denying Ih suppression of aay of Gen'l Scott's letters, which had now been produced bv the resolution of the House, and calling for the same, lie availed Marcy, and defended lien era' Scott. . During Ihe debate, the admin is tration was charged with beeig afraid to trust the House with Uie above Utters , becauae they (eared that Mexico might leant their contents ; yet, at the same time, these lelte r, or Uieir contents, had been Irsnsmilted to Gen. Pillow, to be used in the Court of Inquiry. Mr. Stephen moved that all the war correspon dence he printed together, and 10, CIO copies be ordered for the House. Which motion waa adopted, and the House ad journed. Frioat, April 28, SENATE. Tie Senate was called to order by the Vice Pre sident, and proceeded to the consideration of the morning business. A number of Petition were presented. The Vice President laid before the Senate a com- mur icution iu legard to Uie Land Office permits issued under the Florida armed occupation act. A bill for paying Uie State of Alabama interest on advance made to the government, was consid ered and laid over. Mr. Johnson, of Maryland, submitted a resolu- ion asking the President to inform the Senate whether there were any officers in the service whose names had not been submitted to the Sen ate. Laid over. Mr. Caws moved ! take up Uie Calilornia Claims bill, abich was agreed to. After Uie discussicn of Mr. Mason's amendment it was rejected, and the bill then passed. The Senate then went into Executive ses sion, during which, .Nugent, tne reporter oi me New York Herald, wa.1 ordered to be discharged from custody. Tlie House was eu aged altogether in the cou- coiiHideratiou of private bill. Satuboht, April The Senate was not ia session to-dav. . HOUSE. In Uie House to-day a Message from the Presi dent was read concerning Yucatan. (Our corres pondent neglected to state the nature of the mea- sge. Eo. Without trauMctiiii any further business, aa adiourament look place, on account of th illnese of Senator Ashley. . MoNotr, May 1. SENATE. At 12 o'clock to-day Uie Senale was called lo order by the Vice President, whea an appropriate prayer was addressed to the throne ol grace oy tne Rev. Mr. Slicer. Makir Borland announced in a feeliuc and appro priate maimer Uie death ol Hon. Chester Ashley, one of tho Senator fioai Arkansas. Ho spoke ol his private character in the highest temw ofeu- hy- Mr. Breese followed iu a few well-tuned re marks, when the uaual resolutions were adopted. and a committee appointed lo make Uie proper ar rangements tor the f literal to-morrow. HOUSE Ti.e Sneaker annoilnc ed Uiat Uie first thine in or der, of business oa Uie Speaker's table, waa the consideration of Mr. McKay's reaoluUon Uiat Uie Home hereafter meet al 11 o'clock, A. M. Ihe resolution wa adopsl Mr. Vinton moved to suspend the rule, in oider that he might take up Mr. Hopper resolution fix ing a day for Uie cwisideraUoaof the Appropria tion Blllx. The void was taken by yeas and nays, w hen the resolution waa declared to be adopted. A messare was rtceived trom the senate, in- nouncuia Uie death of Hon. Chewier Ashley, when Mr R W. Johnson, of Arkansas, pronounced aa eulogy on the deceased, and otTeted a serie ol resolutions, which were seconded by Mr. While, with a lew feeling remarks, when they wme adopted. The House thereu jioii adjourned. DKATU oi'aKJATOR ASHLEY. WaaKinoTOii, April 29th, P. M. Senator Ashley, if Atkansw, died thia afternoon after a short illneen. Waxhisotoh, May x. Th. tun honsesof Concresa to-day were enga ged in attending the funeral of Seuator Aahley. The President and cabinet, the officers ol the Army ana Navy, and a few of the foreign Ministers were pre- f .. a. . a. sent. An appropriate prayer was deliverer ny vie R Mr. Gurlev. aud the funeral aermon by the Rev. Mr. Slicer. The ceremonies were of an im posing and solemn char acter. COMMERCIAL. KK.UARK8 The maiket from lb liui of our hue weakly rviw unul BatuiWAy last waa of the am diar leaor aa beretoiore, with tut Utue enquiry tor soy article On Saturday, however, tkere wssa coivsiifcranla demand n Krovsnnae aad Bafjnf td Rope, aad w thaa oo- ucMtawtabM at Ikes ailiiit on very favorabki terms lo purchaaara. 8uc then the uiaike; has resuMsd a;ain it Kirmer amooiony and wo hear of but ttuio oouvf Prices (rermUy auybe rrfwdrd as easier thaa they were a week aco. The Mau of European ifiin counaue at such aa aa ettted couditkin by the complete aad ataaost amvmsal puliucai revouiuont that ktv Ukea place Uiruuthout that conlioeid, that somuierviU trtiisiftiuas max hs Rfarilsd t virtually suspended nahlbat country. Thu operates lo Me artruaent of our ttad bklu-ecUr. lur ss Ute Htaia channebiaf tomioerce, mu-h a ew Ymk. Bwdoa sad New Orleans, ar taockad in th demand tut forsia-n wp. puei to are the mure inhuid ones tor the supplies ot these peat uwleUof trWBc and trade. Th Cuttuo toad wub Orrat Britala. which of the nioel vital mtereat to thu country, wiU also, trout tbw tuts of alTaira. be very moth restricted. England is ike grsat utamitacturei ul t uttu (uotis and yatna lov Kuiope, and as laea ntaxkeU are very generally closed, il it evident that Ihe pfoooMioa i4 Cotton gusda by the Kmthih for ssartiuw to imw hub4 be very sauch decreased, it aot very geusrally suspended. The weatner unul Monday uigbt, bad cuUMue4 uiib- out any rtin. It thea raiul very bard lor several hour, trcooupauled uith bail. The farmers have brmn iute backward with aaoat of their crops, owing to the wsot m raiu, sad ssveral aaate showers sn gresUv oseded. Th river is getting unutually low and boats are uuahia to carry fuU freigbta. There is but a moderate deuiaud lOTihipuient however aad 'M ralet are uiwhaiiged. Money matters ar uucnaagsd, thoub th banks u extemhag their lacihues th t nieagie band, thinking so tluuht, that prudence the belter puhry. BACGI5G A ROPE XI supply ol thesrt.ises m very good, the ajaoual of Hcckuu band being ll.jiv m ret and J7Scails. W bf of tales IWough Ibr wrek of (oO pieces Basuft Ml T cons uf Ropr m luUat pn cat raugtnf rroav Uaiac lot the loriaer aad ".fac i. the latter oa Uiue. Vanout hgM cm tale aia nude at ) It and &t-. BACOMi 'The maiket at well Mipphcd, 'bough Uf re caiplt wilhut the past lew days bene bsca ruber bW. We iHHrte sales of bug rouud from wscoa at w ; au.1 -alei of Shouldsrsat ; Hams K.aud IMnll 3a.(. We bear of saies from Wore U 2fc tjr aaouUeri, :ijc hw Hama. aatd 4c bar ikrar Mufes. COTTO-1 ASD COTTCi.'t VAR.XS.-Tb tales du nag the hrst of the week were bur al beUei paces Lhas can aow b obtained, hales uf about 3Ubaka wer luade al &tatic tor hut Tennessee. Alabama, and North Mivu. appi. Since then bant tah-a have beea iuaJ at jmr.i Um fair. Our auotatioat are tlaoi lor ordinanr to lair. Tbe stock aa band sv 3.1 i bales. The rUi of auea at cuUou vara lo the Country ar C ?, and c per duti n for the uidereot nuntbsra. Hales to tbo city tndo ara al i per cent off. Tb reieipu ud atuc k (air. CATTLE. Supcrmr corn (r J cattle tu biuxben at u t-", th averaae pnret in loll lor rood beeves are about $3 interior $2 Ta. We quote tales of tat cattle a! it 2jet oalool. COAL. Pirtabuigh coal ia retailiuf at liat.'io per buahel, dahvered. Tbere isahgntsuoplv ou baud. P.aue roycoalmloc. CORDAiiK.c.-ialea of Mawlla al llal.V; UUksc laual toaiact Mukiue twuae S3a.TN Oiled aud tarred tordae.atuh&Utute for Mauilla. Hlallc per lb. FRl'ITS. lirnia.td lur disrd appht aud lore-n IruiU cuutinues fair. Th napylj of apples is uit mo.1I. V quote tales of dried apples at ftjaTur per buMiel. JiaJr ol dned peaches at 1 M per busaet ; spfdes at f I laj.l pe, barrel; M R raisua Hka.3 per bov; Malaga grape tJ per keg; currant l.laltc; pruuca alutoaa Hia I7C; hgs lot per Ih ; Sicily orangrt tial lemon at f:ia lr,M per box. FLOUR A3U&RAIX. The Flour market a .lull n.l iwicaa baveaVcbned wiUua the psst fuur oars. Weoois sales in loU from -Jorrt a (4 401 jO; rrtaii slr It tlar aui(l bM al $1 7S tor IMou, Keaturfcy, aud luJuuaa Uuur. and $o 00 (or the hew 81. Louu. o receipU uf sUal (ram the euuatrv. Th hut tales a err at sTrc per bush el, which is rather aoove the market al present. Sales of t'uva (rum waauaa U dsWlUc ; retail sales (row stores at Tuajtf, per buahel. We sola e tbo rreeiilj aad asles lo-day of KJ tushrb sheUed CwsitSk and ,i buskeia at mc at the landing. Barley V HEM P. There tm a very eeaeral decbue ia the price otthu article everyvbere, and there is ao demand ex cept fur cauisuniptioa ia the rope lactones, aud masutsf tureri refuse to pay o rer f I per cwt (or cotuiuon ouahiiet of Keatuckr ilea rotted. A Sale of bnhl uld hemp was made at t 50 per ca t. The la valet uf SI. Iiuii wer al (75 uusdO OS per tua. The receipts by the river tha week, bring chtefly from St. Lotus, aiuuunt lo "si3 bales. OHO. KKIM Wsbsaruf a tale of 30i baas Rio Cut lee at tic: aud various retail tales at Tje. Tlie reccits this week aaauuM tu 41 baa. W bearuf nocoaanlers U tale of So ear. and euot (uod !l. O. as bkdt al l44Jr . retad aalet ba bbts at SC; arrived Uus week !lt hhils. W aoUc a sale to Claciaasli ef til bbts Plaalsouo Ma bvsss at Slfr. Saks of hugar hoas Musvawt at XarUjc. HAY. Small taletof haled Tiaaotfcv (rum ttoretal fll all SO per ton. retad sales at Ak per 100 lbs. IRO.X. Wa quote s sh of to tons Tssaesseo pig iroa at &s)per torn. LARD. We quote mice (roat waoas at tjAc aw lair biU, mienur lc. The maiket is very dud. LEAD. We quote a sale of busi lbs at tc tut ptcs aud I Wc lor bar. FKATHERS. Is demaad at Waklc. CHESR.Sales to kits at 7i8; retail sales at C; arrivaav (air. GU.1.1Y BtCK.-W quote duU al Latl . CLASH. les bv tmad lots of 8 by h) coaMlrr make at$J a,l 7"perbox; sale Ufttshorgh tt felil jil. MAILS. Th supply of Pittsburgh w (air sad wequute salea of lb aauurted nunibert al I, 4, aad tC POTATOES. Light demaad. Males truau wag.ass si per busbel, accordibg lo quality; sain by the bU at r-rc. PORK. The Souther maiket is very dull. akl fomirr pncea ar aot msialaiaed. Th bulowia sales were aa plantation onleri: Zti bbia mes at .ss) UHs rnttm and prime at aW for the (unner aad Be (or the hutei . aw holt iwn tt 3i; TO hbtt at fT; jno hbls tt f 7. 4i bhts M O at jpl; 8 bbia prim al aud a asls'U rauip Pork si fj. TOBACCO. The tuuuly uf Tobacco (uf the uaat tea days has been hf M, oaui( to the kag coatinoed dry weathei wlucb is quit nnfsvorshk; to bawlnar sad aack- m u. 1 be receiiKs ana tales lot im iurijuaiu paa4. are aa tnUovrt: lod.l t Warehouse, Wi kn.lv hru-i l ft4 80. i. 5 ua. hi. 9. i . .ml ; Secunua f.l IU, .i WI, sud ft; comruoa 1 It, I , J2 40 aad 1,1. 1 be tales tt lite nanter v aresous i S7 anus ai i to, ti, ua. w oo. j . for firsts; seconds r-1 i, K SU, I I i, 4 Z, aia 1 1 i, eoramoo f I 86. $1 ui, Ji. . t i ju. K A I.N in aemaaa ai xtac per ia. SKEDeJ. The receipt uf riovcrsreJ ire hett aad we quota sales ia lots al h.1 Tafrl par buaksii 1 uuutby wed are quote SI 'aj uu per ausuci; rwiwni nunrruuu at ?jttJc from stores. Mustard seed f i Qua? id per bosket. WOOL. Considerable tale ta Ureeve al I laloc ; stlet of waabed rraa stores at 22a ir. W HlStiT. Tbssscef raw al tae nver weie al ia Igc; the bulk of the talet at Irc; tsatalrora ateoas al lOalbtc; sales of rrcuhed Crura atorsa al toaltitc. AGENTS FOR THE EXAMINER. Hob. A. W. Gbahau, Bowliagreen. ky. VVsi. GAanrrr. Glassow, Kt- C. II- Babklkv, Lexington, Kentucky. J. B- Rr(LL, Gaxotte Omce, Cincinnati, 0 WaiT Sl Pottcb, 1 Suto street, Boeloa. Euas Surra. 143 Naaeeri street. ew York. John. ScHOLcrtcLO, S. E. cor. Arch dt 6th ta.. Philadelphia ' Rev. Jon G. Fac, Geaeral Agent. THb AlXStaHAXIAXa, 6-t THEIR WAT FROM MBW ORLEANS T0 5KW lUKk, , RESPECT FULLV saauaac Ikat taey win (tve pea. . mrtlv but oue Concert at the Laifs Sslooa el ih ,,h isvttxa Hot si., oa Mokpav Evsmnc, May h. J mm tTOTams aol be oae ul Ike aauut vaneU aa4 cuav astte in telecuoa asJ H?le. TK'hKTsI 60 cents, la be bad at the Hutaai. Maa Stores, aad doisr. Uoon o pea at i, loao'ewcx, toacen necius u alter 8 clock. "ay , lawi. tw. C. H. 4BHLBV, COLLXXTOB ABB CXMIBAL AtXITk Lesingl, A'jr- WILL anaad pramptly lo aay buaiaam eatrawax la Bias wiU art a Atoni ( Iho rwkvtwa of atf , f ssiaf arraarn, ac. . mmm AprU I, MMB-f. ISAAC PUGH & CO., No lid. Chsaaatfhrasl t HILADKI. PHIA . Maautactursn aad Imporletaof Paper Haafinc aad Have always a baad. aa lam aa aeaortaaest sassy In IhecHy.ef th oeweal aaUfaaof American fc French Paper Haiiginp, Bonier. Freaco & Column Paistrs, Wide Window Papers, Fir Board Print. 4e. AH ef which wills (old ea lb most roasaaakls tsrme, Whoieaahvsad Retail. Country merchaata ar paruisi Mly tartted la caU. IRA BITRDSALL, No. LV31, Main Sl opposite Bank f K LOVinVlLLE: H tfl alwav tt saa. Vhobrssle aad Retail, a hill as onmaal of Usifwaoi isvoT faptr Haarkara. Maaataeta. ,4bv laxat; rt-uai sn.". jape IS 1847 If. S U U 0 j H ci "Kr WKUarr.4mt.Bx EXTHICT Itthaoaly semsdy that caa ba ral isd oa Aw tbe per aew one of . 3paal Camplaiata. Bpaasvodic Too rraedaaa. Irrhatkm of tbe Nerves. H.wwmmm ot 9k Hoaiaeho.Narvoas Trssaora.XJearalie AsVrliuaa. Am. piety. Paralys. Ceaasai tasmiky. Deneawey of M. voaw aad Physical Eaerfv. and all NatToaa (kawdera. uathidla ike mast drasaiul of aU aaawam thai evev ad act ih Immaa rare EriLKfST. OR FALLING PICK Hfoerkal Fi-a, .fytnsi. he. Thea dMMaa csanl.ia ia a sadJea deprivaiiua of th eaaas. aeeiaapaaaid sua a viuasat ceavaaMte moiloa f Ua wbutat body. It ailacks ky Sis. aad alter acer Ula aural Wa ura uil. k-avua the taiMi ia a stapor, aueied wkh great aeeknaei aad Slkaaana ef tk hady. IXctue H.tT araakl iwpfsat U spoa It aiiads of th adlic.-ed. Ibal tka Varstakla Btiract m Ik oaly rsasoiy avet dunrvsred taat caa he feliod oa fot la psrmaaoat care of tka. must areaOtuI ef aU daaa-as. Aa ks Ma deacy is lu iaaaariy. atadnem aad dsaik, a awet J-KILFCL PHV!iri tXd ef Eirope, as weM aa :boas ef our was country, ktw prowMuared Euilepay aararabas. Aad il baa aaaa to euaauieied by waav. uaid iha aiust unpariaal ot ad la covaiisa wss aaad by Umsoi S. H.ir, aaarly tutsan years aiace.duiiBi wbu hiaa U has btes periorBiioc sots af lb naaa KEM.ttKAItLE I I F- apoa ranad. aad has arqaaed a reuuialtua a barb Lata raa rffare Fktariawi uf douUed akiU aad ri- fMfiesre. Miaalera M varioaadeaaminaiioee. aa weil au hindredaof our tanasl (iiiuaa an sou ia r-rrr-san a is tha aae of Iba iialy Talual.M atadiciu to then pa wbis . thai re, sad fiMne a ho tieibua aiBiad. aa the uuly r.ey. EPILEPTIC FITS Ol I wal y sevra yaaas aad si mumbs. cai ad ty the Bsc of lb a Uuly wa Serial aUa. Read ihe foNoaiaa rsaaafkatue ease uf iki soa of Wm. .-eufc. 4 . ot rbuaaelpiua, araio .un , b-pakt Fua inif a yar. aau a,s aaaaiaa After lravellia tbroasb Eailssd. rr;i4iaa. IVer uvay aa Prauea casumatt t am taiiveai paa ariaaa, aad xpeiiH( sm MMna. medical Ircal BMtuI aad advara, Ib'aa ibsaaas Savin's, returned wub bisaua la ikweauairy ia .Suvemhof laa.wua oal receivwc aa, braebi wbsievm. and aaacarad by Man HAkT-ll Ki.KT tBLe EXFRtCT Mt Wa. 8staa's latiet le Or. Hail I have spent ater tare irioaassd dutlara da sttaiciae aadaaUaat aliemlaur I was aot Medio lata a mar w Earoue wuk bta,. wbttb I m I ara saurd ta, land I immUmI lur sat aaiuM tb.aiiana Ikeraui reiparl lo kit ca-: I hey eiauiiued him aa.l prswnaad aceurdiBtly. I reaaaiaed usit Ihnm aamin annual perceivuif aav rbaaee da Ike eiirr. alucb m m: afeuallao baaJred aad Stir !,. it.-rrir4 ay is,, Sbyai'.iaas, aad iim uhmi UuU I recewa aa lber opiu oa tbat aiy .oa'traae autuieVa, au. Pfr- IT I VI" I. V lt ktHlE I areordiuely l-A Entasd. irse.led ibi.iaib A-oiusd, Cermay aa4 rraaee.a4 rsturarO biaas ia Uke anait of sveaihrr im. a lib bit aa aa (ar In beta rarail sa wkea I ssfl. I .a a y wi Uvyrtaraau in sua of imm kew Yufk paira. aad coacludeil lulry Hans Vefeia tie t'ttrart. seeiM yuir arran.n aaJ cemncaua af a aaiy laismaaa al laeaiv an ISiri , veaaaaad m . and I ran aaai yua I aia urn sotry I Jul eo, ti ty Ike ausuf Man Vaxelsnle Enrsrl U,. Urn . a- reatnr ed lu PERFFiT HEtLTH Hutiaaaia, w birk tu sa far fone aa lu a uitl ana Im business si eaiirety rtHiured. wHI Iks piusueet sua he r m tm ll.e. keaU aa4 avialaaaa be ao 1 years ul see. sad i? le.ira b numiba a I ia nav a seen tdlieted with (bay aaaa drealful W ovaet. aui Ikaab UitJ a. miv euriva oo healih. ioa. Mil, failh wiihaut a. ka I Ouo'l beitrv is. Tl ar I .bail server araiainl la yam ana Unas, asul aa I here awina yon one hondre aoliai', I bar ao abnint but I US a ill i hint inn sauibrr sad quu a itiOVresi ibiut 'I a VM of ra!-ia.le. I anl uae you. sat M.aaa serepl this smuusi as inierc-y ou tb debt ih advance tours, vary faaiertiHiiy. (SiCiiaui WILLI AW ll'lilt. aavaxsvrr Keasairhabae t are pevfaraasal ky tbe awe of Marl's Vegetaah halrael tlurlae Haa V lt SSItM arnall aV'yee al (raillks tuia Ibal I am eaaMed iu aaauuure lu a ihe roaiplet re.ariio to beailb t sr dautbier.l.v tbe m-ru4 uat V eaiabhr hairarl. Al Ibe saa at siv ysara. ,;ie, aae 4 preaest a siirra.l .he was bra aiiarkad aito una ereaana malady raiierf t pileruir fiii.iM airt.l iue coa. lucarail laaiat lae kaliMt, ake aurtered ail ailaCka m UU. alu-4 lucesatlv , aad a ernr'f as lo irueaiva la drtve raaaua (rm Ha i kmaa. aa4 ej-aiha brr taaae Idiotic. Pbealrisaa prwaouMra! mm imaaW., auU rvuhl ito amiitst more ha bey. A bad sluaat daiaired of a rare, vki keariaf uf ate remarkable cures peh,ra.eo by ilia aceialM t-iirart. ae ermil to jits ii a trial. Tae ermlt boa eaeeeik-d mKt aiu.1 aaiiiM ex aacl alara. air Hi i!m m frsvU Irom a aauat SraJfai taiau) , aad lecaed lu Vvdrct Health. Pbould aav aae (eel ! uf aeeist key. aad ul to franue ay taniuc aaar iisiiain.f a ivoey w tm. aaaa psat, sl mi renueaae. Iwa mikra Iram Iks villa of 1 aatara. Vl rarkl-T. rm V.al o. C lesjtlV, Tfbkera, N X TeaUamav ay mm laatlaasay. Is rslreesy- loibealaaeai airrtcatoua ssktacy uf Uua Uuly wwaUerfwl savluiaa. lead taa sVilaaias halas Iruia Ikaraar VV". L. Mnuru, u. (iuillord. Obiu. oa af Ike naval eanaeai pbya.-.isaa ia ibal aaaaa Guilford, fdiiv. Auitual rm, p4 U ral ha i I slaaae as taeaaaaeur Hiatv laar ru ll is aub seaman Oef tee mi eieayure Ibal I am ea.hh-J ta aaa.Ha a iu ina ll iMam usH ef year lavaaaslUa aaeOasae a. caaaa twleytf. I have p. ear r lie a m bair ihlairea ia Uiat yiriauv, aaa a taa lira highly aarraaafnl m ail. Tbrav al tae put aula. I irwa, have beaa raUaailv ruraU The Basnbnaawia pally UMpruvisf. aad wisl. I Iktuk. wMhoMOuaM. rs cavee. I am awt ia ike h.au . piasarihta!! aa rssom laeaaisf Faieal Metlainea, bui a hen I are aa arts-is wbak uriuuiiea aa saarh ha tae iwUef m -a da ina ba maaMy, I laal a my Ual, la laenmmtsd Ui aaa I bar ao beaaiair--ui la -tnae. Ibal as awn aa eke F sruilv ars uilv aiiyuaiaiea aak iba r.a. mera of yaa, meuiciaa. I bey wih raw Iberr eyea axaiH-4 prvsalae, and lead yon a belpia baud I aaharvSW mvartf, yaara. aw a n.1 y . vseu. n L WON But. M D Tu la. a. Hoi. Ke-u Vim k. We sou I.I retey la tbe fulluaiiu pertoa aba have beta eaead hy aaius Hart's Vc-HaMe Liiiavi W Uaaael. atflaied sine veaia. f.l l.iaiid iaaL J KlhaarUi, iiUkh-I aata laaa. 11 l-ery KitH Jusepb Mi'Ouua-ai. arfuried aitie year. kaM Kroo') . L I. H. W. 8mitb, ew V.ak t uauw House. S Kelli . artlh ied tweale veara. Males Mtad Mim K. btckaaf. seiaciea iwaaly years. Vruaeil.'a. Ma L Craac. attlicted laelvt yeait. Hi biali' street Wm U. ParaeU, adlaiad lamxt ikraa iuiiTI)i' talk street. JaraO Pswy. saWa-i har vaar. 1T4 IsrasBry arta FhiM Jousaua, artla-led turalj ear hi years, l-rrt-v raa ia. ll. ludf BaaUall. d East Broadwav. T Tbnavaa K. Joaetof IM l . tity. tfspiaia Wrilaam JeaaaBt--. rlaia aunt. sVaVcpayt. CoasecJitul. Eeterares alaa me-kr Iwa- - Bee. HkcbaanaU T ante! a. rm la-rapurt. X. Rev T. L. auobsail, HallmMH. M.I. t'barlue Brown. H4I Wwey raei, V AN M a barb may be raVd i;wt or adjrrascd, prat Pal Fiam tw tubman of tbo Vaibiy, tha ieudiuf Prw bvleris saver at tha Weal, puhlaked in Ciucisaali. Oka t are fa B Ua. Aimliasmrsla uf paiaat aaedaruaaa. aae raadsrs are aware, have bee etrlu.hd Oihb out calumet tot ar -ratal years past Oar aayaruaaa la taem at I. Wt are ta iu Itvut ef teeptaf oarial eitber moral ai phyaaral naMx-i aw ' the his tbat tat ta bew to." i. Tlwfitainl Impoatlioaa are -alien pro-tawd OB tte mr 't by taa eaaaWea art aalicim. 3 rtuesis ar ansa tadacad. by tb Baiiaiia; recam- at of lham lo drat Ih am irlaes suite acra awt witai aaiy, aaaay limra; aa aU, by Ui way. a bar b eumeioe loilat tvwuf all tun ave-Av etaea. wakaaa prata al at-tu-e. US the ul her bead we hsio oa deabt I hers ma paleat aatdiciaes, abaiearamay tat oar ulireei rose to tbe ana ran sis tiaeiae dimates. tbe public atiun uf a bata a an on e aaaevukm a. Beianrah- Ik arttr sviiiaa4 w aaoihev cotomo mho of Ibal hua a Sal art fur a barb WebMSVO Hiak 11 eat leal Aslbarkr e have aeertr4 n. A car m Epdepnc ud oibai la. which etae hadle the skill uf the be-a phiahiaas. wouaS Hia jaiauaaaai u airal Maty, ta stasias; Thba Advttlbataatwt aa eireyUxa wm reasyal swrlaaaaa u( paaeai aaaKiaev are have ln.kwd the amp!e ef mi. rs;ou ywur sW ibal nava aopieU Iks aaana rrsaral raw. TbMvaruaal artmsf Hari's V .riai.la Etrrarii a mvsslahv T hew. a i ft Miles. II? Msia slrsei. t iaria aalLUIua. Tbo T las t wot far Dmaaat Whea iknaaaae wa ara aaa uraUiai aaaW taa baad of tha dreadlal damme, aud frarina that tverv at tack aaaa pr-re uua I. will aau paimil reiaf sad sa ,tmutm4 as saw MM ay aaa tbat reteuralee medKme. a aw ass tksaaaad 1'enHrsbt Have beau raraivad ia w Unaasy af ike tain bead ta aklls pralurad by Ibe ta uf Ik. Hart's ciriabl tt "preuomdby tS.llasr. ,U ,1 Yark. Pfaa aa aackana. ...iso Fuar H a Eaju as ea a -l m carefully Barked a in aiaai liaaeanria- tiaa. aad seal b aay pert of Ih t sued Staie. Ttta. btsaara, sad W sm ladam. INU l" BILKS f7 Mate Wraat. salaaaa M sad Ah tern, t'tatiaaaU laa. lieaeral A seal to Iba t.aaad IHaiea. Cad t 'bain, eoraet uf "th aad Market tmu, Kmt lot I aal tw. ky. I Wr mI i.iaariiead, lialiausp4u. lad. a rAII aummaaaaimua sa reareare la thvaai nan a V. .a. lath, Eairacl, mast ha ai . pa paas. u ........ . . uii k' a j i nua a w HT Mais arai. Cmemssn April ta, le1. sat. E DC1 AM MKKUUA.TJ. Aia HTBMrT BBAB SITtl, IXWiavlXAB. BV . MttLEllW ITAIIAX AUB A M EH VTA MARBLE WORK. m.woSI MET.TsabaOaasir. Ckjmaav 111 pwees. Ac. a. Also. Camsscm ham. VJ aaar dmfaa Plaalev J t ara hulemi. aad ratad I wjU aan sal wa . - -" mrTlZl WeM. laaeea frum Iba eraairy aravrelfally aaa-ae Eacravuat Osae m tbe taaMst My Is m bom two jbt kmc Tia art hHiev. a. a a Mar- mm w.m af h--sd fraiaMwa-ly. AU wak seal fram mr mestcaraully eacksd aad wraaiedifo-h- j at arc a ia, Icte. Jm.