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. . j i.ki weea " rreiru. - m fT'1 ,M e we now eusbled to luruitJi ;"' . MrticuUn. Wj copy I rull steamer ""rr - f,Vp-F'f "days, having sailed MVS eiJi""" "''."".hT day of her departure the uw market we. very firm. Consols nil rapidly I t .. ...aVa - t 11 1 n !, are eulirely devoid of mature mhVrsof the Cetinsn Pailiemerit. .... Vou ulace in Home. A jlulijn dtv. flom h, ioHll. .... UO, surroi nded ibe i Zr' demanding a uew ministry rmd OjW"'1; ' a.rl'iix of wararemsl Austria. .ann"1"' . . k. .-Guards, and the jsrf were 'J1? w 4 ibe moral in fhtence of oij-iw" ' ,,,,,.. the Pope, enured the ibrK P"' alBri v. uh him. Several attempts f" to ace l'.e bu.ld.u5, but proved uusuc rei' r-MIUl , ruttJ then mede rerulsr invesimenl !.-ed luolUde nist the wiudosra. n iiieSwi end Miotiuug ramie., me ;.. ii,e breast. Theoveiwheliriiiif fjpes roinnelied submission. .... I A "" T iers as il'en sent comprising tht i il ot the ruspiitur. iW6 ' ' . ,,,,.1-r duret add in pernonal ian ivrpe ,i aicUlloUl and oil ibe . . unclaimed. .th Mwiaiell ir"" v, ,s trcea wrre thru dUtiau- 'P i it. HKiiial tiuaid took their plarwi. iJ,a ; iww iow a uertecf iiullity. " . .1,. Jhh. weitert traiKjmlily had " . . ... .,..,...,,1.1. i. ' . . i .i.- r.uaiiiotioii ot the 1 7ih. I'amporje- I . .1 r . .HAI 11,1 . WnllA Atk. .:....L-J.ih the new oioer oi iDiiiga "hjtihepeaeottherapaal had D-n m "SIJ""J- Aiuiria. y1 Vi-iiiJischalt th- order ot St t!w audi-weiliietJiially Hiltenue to Jel- nui. . i .rmv .nit inviilinr ...j it.- Ofdiiau papeis eav thry wi H-n.ir. 'K-heraud Jeallmck CaiebeeD executed . ..,1 .... union in the ieniia revointioi. lu deaiL ot M-iaiial KeJeUky, comiuandiug lh 4u-u;aul'i''''ll4lv'i,,r'K,:,1; . ,. a.trial.a accepted the A..fU hrench Media- and has "(W" Ple U.r P . r ''T. - ,.m u( desue that thrl -be .ami-di-tei'' enlniJ upon. Pniwla. n ..i:.. ,.n.ln a at last advicea. There i no cJ,B(1iai Ji tt.r K.ng having dissolved the Uran u6'irj Muitr)'. Fraara. 1 1 tv.rno ha carried a rote of confi. i , a, .Niuoual Aasembly, bv a oteo 5u3 7 -j, n , ,jech i pionouiicra iiii.iy ruis T un himliom all blame iu the June uituon. H.a proipecU for the Hreaid.ucy divided! v bjhtemng, when Louia Aapole-oan-uJ a iiiiuifto, which in aome m.ajure rfeanf ed the curinit fin. Me , tira rrpuMioan einrerity and statea his drirtUiw" caiii i and hia detre for univer pie with all naiion-. I (it.ra read an envor inatruction to the tieai!ry in h.ch he reprobate tlie inleuticn of iaiertering i th doniealic difj'icullirs b-l'ee 'V Pope d his n!'ects. ttjnf, h. send.ng lelief to the Pope will U mfl'ieofe "poo U.e content It heme, re jkirteJ llnl the Pope had fled Irom Koine, Cavaig. ij( Ud will tout Hieam trigate-, w ilh a brigade ou tward, to seoMfe the l.L-?ny oi hia rulmea and inn t tor his person. AaeiiTO-eitiaordiuanr waaalsoaent to Home to corner w'.th the r reurh ambaaaador there, and a rmutorcriiiriit ol troops would aooa follow. fja'juuAe, the riench immaterof Koreigu Af-f,i- prWrrrd to wi.t until the f-'renrh Prenident ciijei., in ahich Pa'.iuermou ac(iiieared on lur fti ol Kii.?lnd. Mediating pjwen had alao .firJ 1 1 (.oli.i.r. the unfile- during the w inter, Uia -utj.ug oC i.i al'.ack Vnii.e. Mrlly. He i.iun'Jiite RfUieinenl of the dispute be lrrm :Ue Kin. ot and i.eily ia aiatd by Vtit rorrepuadrul ot the lndon Timrn, aa a Iting to oe ihonly eipert'd. Memiui will be taiiritder-d, when llie royal troops will evacuate :U n-labd. PIRTHtwB lTF.IJJCK.Jf li. The tollowinf item are evtiactevl from MM. met & Smith's Fur tyrdn Timet: Tk (iMlara. "We irjoice to Mate that our report of the cholera this rrt n decidedly favorable; iitileoJ, wiUiia tkte few day the daily rejuHta in the metioColis hav Wu.diacontinued,- the number of casnbeiiif so reduced aa to render an official return unaecevaiy. The number of death La dMieaJed, this week, from W to about 33 otU !- theaveragaof the lat five years, ahi.h was but orie; wHhat we mav fairly mfer that the malady is fa-4 disarieannr." IrrtavM. TSf arriiment of Cuuiwel in the caie in error U Mr. S.uith O'Enen Laving been brought to a ciose, and the court hav, rig deferred its judgment the hi-h journals are uow almost destitute of nem-i Tt.f mal-adniiuislration of the Poor law, ttt eviction w hich are gouigjon throughout the cotiDtn-; au occasional murder in some dis tant locality; a ii J the umntenuteJ emigration of fanners at this late saaton of the year fur nish the only theoiea for politic! discussion in the Insh papen. Praae. In the wrahly, onth))th ulL, a diaeuwiod occcrrednpuii ihe policy of the Kiecuiive in die- Pitehuia Uoopa to Civiu Verchia to protect the ope, lud so tuterfere in the internal arlam of It aiy. liteatceiMure wn fin upon the Ministry tor uua proceedmg by M. Ledfu-Eollin. It was d. fecddbyM. .Moi.ulembert, Charles Dupin, M. Kufaur, tud others. ti-nerl Cavaignae having ropued m a manly ttyle, the lollowmg lesoiution propod, afir some other had teen rejected: T& Aisemblv, approving ol the measure ol pre eauLoo takea by the Uorvrament lor essur.ng the aeraunal hberty of the Pope, and reserving ila ul- waiar..Kio t,ii all the facta are fully known. fwntoine oraer oi the day.' Upon this the Aweuiy divided: 543 Maioatv, .... 272 ro 4W) Afaiost .... 63 The Mooitmr han not yet published the election return tor the vacant neata in the National Aisem 'T. but it .'Ppeara rerum that Marnhall Bufcaud has bfen t Iwi.'d. Other nainea, including M. Na pjleon BrUaiid, r also mentioned, to show that election bertbn almost ncluaively in the uleiesiot Looia Nauor.oa. Should thia account e eiihed, it may be tn an a atrong indica- wui ni.-frpubl.co feeling in the department, "ree-founha of the voters lor Louia Napoleon II t ariiiruied ;tn u,,, fiaig. His deelara twa of Kepiiblicsmsm does not dter them, fur they know th it ia, to use the word f a Paris rusi, us profit it circumstanct. m. Liiis .apoleon made hia appearance on the l.Ai V'iomm 'enterday afternoon. A large ? "J u1co"eted, and he waa greeted by shouts "vue Napoleon." Mar vhal S..u!t has arrived in Paris; the anti of hia rpariotia hotel are thronged by to Kiends ot the Cavaignac and Napoleon dy. aauei, who are of course desirous to secure cooperation oril.a n.t nM ....i,.i ii :. Oelitved H,, l(. b .vmnaiki .r. .k. K- and heir of h.a old mailer and companion in - the p(ufrnime of hia principles, which "r ""T !'M l"Ht iued, wu supposed tr have ,,om Thiers; but the friends and ad- ui uoma napoleon have now declared that "ipioclamat.onwa prepared and drawn out by lone, without their assiaunce, advice, kaowledg. The effect already ploduced by b,7. tZ 7 ua 10 ,r" chances now, it IV. r.ced to a certaintv of bis being rresidem ol the P.epublic. laaarreetUa aiHma. Letters Crom Rom 0f the IGlh, announced that, a that morning, a lamentable insurrection broke aVui T. S CrtT' At ''"en o'clock, an immense u(i.ill(JetCO(JKM,dofth ?ultce (h. cwic a a;j,o!"lr"oP,0tbeliue, and carabineers, ?L, 'd;,h'P'M" lel Popolo, and thence proceeded to the Chamber of Deputies, to wwaal of a.em to insist upon the Pope's appoin- m.I,L ...c rmniHtry, and that he should " ' '""owmg concessions: . The reeog a.to ol lial C.1 ft ft . , . -".J. . ft 117 CU1ITUCIUUII i e touMiiuent Assembly, and the deliberation n nationality. 2 The convocation tfc. i - : -i1 r . L. l1,t w deliberatione of endel I ' ?! Uf?uun on the war of inde tStomU.tn'u inl That UeEr: lr Mamiani, publi.hed on XXt1? m,rr M io P'ocesaion. with the bv C ardiuTi r ,lc Holinewa replied, UwJ ' the Deputies G-.r2idro.. r'r.,nt4,,iefb PP-1 e u., aeni.n.r. . V 7 "V"' wao wen rushed ttea r.,'od d"" "'m. The Swiae wh?i?to.fi'" the people, and on the troop wheHJ'i6'? 10 the fates of iktfUici. "To roui .TT.. ? mod, and a cry of - your ,nni m uutanUy Wiaed. At ilrte o clock the itneratt waa beaten; the troop and civic guards assembled, and maintained a f re aiaiubi the s witm iiulil 5o 'clock. At six the gui iinal was Couipletelv luvckled bv 6.11V) :ui.. guarda and tiwiu, ul tha line, and caunou were piautMiiaiai the puucil eulraiuc A deputation waaaxain aeut to the Pone will. tha ndsvifuiai of the people, jiving him an hour to return an anawer, telling bun, that ia case of reiiuai ine raiace should Da stormed and every oul in it. eieept himself, should be nut in de.ih The Pop finally sent for the advocate GalteUi, to whom he announced that he conacnud to accent l,rllku,;K.M:.:.i ft. ... . ... . ..- ivuvwmg imuii.il): maniiisni, roreign Ana rs; Ualietti, Dm Interior; Lunati, Finance; Herbini, tViumerce and Public Works; Campello, the W ar Department; Abb liWniui, Public Iustric lion, with the Presidency of the Council; Serini, Justice. And with respect to the other demand ot he people, Ihe Pope aubmitled to the decision ol life Iteputien. AmongHi the killed waa Cardinal Palma, the Popa'a Secretary, who was ahot through tha bead. Intelligence haa been received from Rom to the AKb of November. At that date tranquility had been completely reatored. Tb Pope had not quit ted the guirinal. but had Installed the new Minia- ht in umce, anu appearea to have loyally accept- ucwu-roer oi inuiga. FUKTIIER FOREIGN NEWS. IMFK.MKQ VAMISK 1MIKKLAKR. Mwraea Ml Onirac. Ireland appears to b iu an awlul condition murders, ri liberies, and deaths from starvation prevail throughout the laland. The following jiar ar raphe will give a alight idea of the conditiun of Ihe country : MftittBCRKEKN. We are threatened with a fam ing aa sevete aa that of '46 the people are w lik ing keletMsa, and large number of them are dy ing of dysentery, low fever, and other diaease con sroiienl ups.u iiuuger and cold. On Siliwday ihe Cork Lnion workhouse had within iu walla 4,73J paupers, being 2JU over its legitimate liuniber. The provincial papers received during the past week from the South and Wast, are teem.ne with repotUbf cuseaof the most lrigbtfnl destitution, disease, a n J death. The po.aloea hav nearly die appeared from these doomed region the harveal earnings are spent in purchasing tood down to a rei'eul period the poor houses are crowded to overflowing, and, notwithstanding the etlent to which oui-door relief ia administered, the poor in the mountuinoua and boggy districts are suffering all ihe honors of famine. Starvation rare in the counties of Mayo, Cork, Sligo, Kerry, Clare, and Ualway, u a feaful ettent, and more or less in I several other countiea nearer to the metropolis. The Clare Journal givea an account of two poor families, named Quia and Linnane, of nine per sons, being compelled to live on a stone and a half of meal a week, together with a few turnip topi The consequence was, that on the 6th ulu, one of ihe children, Suaan Llnnane, died, and waa buried by the others in the garden adjoining the no use. iiciugei (juin died on the J6th, Mary (juin on the mli, and Mary Linnaue (the motheri on tlie '2lHh; and these three corpses remained lying iu the ho tine with the surviving children until the Mlh ulL, when the shocking condition ol the fam ilv waa discovered. On approaching to the door ui ine cauia ine mriicii piocerning irom u was 80 treat aa to render it impossible to enter, uutil a small window in the back part of the cabin was oroien open to allow a curreut ot au to pas through iu When the remaining meinbe of the family made their appearance outside tie cabin, they presented such a liorribl spectacle that it would be in vain to attempt a description of if. On enterioit the cabin it was found that pdrtofone ot the corpse had been eaten away by rats. e nave neani mai i.piain rarren nan very properly instituted an inquiry into the cause of death of three sona of a poor man named Walsh, ol heaury, who became th victim of stirvslioo, conn equen'. on the harah ejection from the proper. Mr. fllake, of Belmont IT of Di'Nuet k, Nov. 1A murder haa just been committed in thia neighborhood andereiroumsian. cea of peculiar atrocity. A fanner of the name of Jjuira llennessev.of Gaflin. near Dundrum. hav. ng risen on Thurtday morning rather earlv. for the purpob of detecting some peraons in th habit of hireling hia turnips, was assailed by a number of men, who literally liddled hia body with slugs, and not content with that, beat, cut and aubbed him in the moat dreadful manner. 11 lay for two hours within a field of his own house, and hit wife muat heve met a horrible sight, a t,be elum. bled over bia body on her trey to loilkun. It it supposed that the aavage manuer in which ihej treated the body, arose irom the desire to Cuil their job in a more business-like manner than the; did ou a fiHiner occasion to his still more unfortu nate brother. The Utter was fired at in open dav ItKhtiKKh hia legs bioken, and left for dead. He recovered, however, alter a long iJlueM, and the miserable criDple, scarcely able to crawl, michi have been spared, but the murderer w ere again sent on hi track , ahd exactly on the same spot he saw four armed men r turning over the field. Being hardly able to move, he acreemed dreadfullv, and some men ran to his aaniianee, but the vil.aina, with cocked guns, ordered them to lie down and witness thai they thia time did their work more electualiv. Three of them held the unfortunate wretch, while th fourth actually hacked hie head off with a billhook. Thia occurred some time previous to the murder 1 have mentioned above. and ei plains the unusual pains they took to extin guish lite. Hennessey waa an industrious Canner.and rene- rally esteemed, especially by hia landlord. Lord llawarden, one ot the best and most indulgent landlorde in the South of Ireland who (ably aecond ed by hia agent Mr. John Stewart.) ia untiring in hia efforts to benefit hi tenantry, and introduce such a system of agriculture aa may conduae to comfort and respectability. Hoc k in Tkotu. Oil the Z7th tilt., I -apt. Moeee, neof th Vice-Guardiane of the fhurles tuion, received an atrocioua letter through the Post Of fice, threatening the vie goardiana, Ui iospee- lor, Mr. Labane, and the Collectors, with death, and ed Tiling them la kave their coffine in readi- nee if they atupuUJ attempt to enforce the collec tion ot If. a poor rates. Several fori enea on Jie Bank ot Ireland have recently been discovered in Ireland. On of the forrera waa arrested a few daya aioce in Limerick. I- alher Maihew haa commenced a second cam paign against intemperance; a wide field of action ,cesenu itself, if we may credit the accouau ia various journala throughout the kingdom. In the depth ot winter the tide of emigration flow oa with as much vigor aa during any previ ous apr.og or aumraer. The termer whe occupied from ii to -oti acrea ar Dying irom Limerica, Clare, and other ao other counties, taking with them all they are able to reaiite, without, in moat case, tioubliug themselves about the payment ot rent e-rarreara to their landlords. Kesae. The following is the Piommme of the new Roman Ministry; "Ro, NOf. 15, 1343. "Called to the miniatry in the midst of extraor dinary eircumaitncee. at a time when a refusal on ur part would have had the effect of placing in certain pe.ii the conmituiionai ioiuioi govern ment which i at present in force in our State, we should be frightened with the gravity of affair end ot the times, if w were not arporiea ry me thought that our political programme is in preaent harmony, not only wilh the farinciple proclaimed by the people, but also witn ino wnicn, auer ripe ditliberation. have been accepted by our Chambers principles which will serve to regulate all oar ictiouaaa long aa we remain in power. Among these principles, there i one which haa received, by a eolemn act, the wseut of the rnnee; and as regard another, a promise nas neen made that he would concert with the new minis try, in order that analagoaa proposition should be , presented or the acceptance ot the deliberative Chamber. "The principle of the nationality of IUly, pro claimed by our people and by the Chambers a hundred iimea, and accepted by ua, hia been sanc tioned without reserve by the Prince, at the lime, when, wilh paternal teal, he recalled it to the re. collect on of the Emperor of Austria, in bia letter to that trince. tonmdering that, in order to gain thia good, we muat think it indispenuibl to exe cute the deliberations adopted by the Chamber of Demit tee concerning uii independence ol IUly, our firm resolution to put into practice tie de liberations, is Doming euie nut a irans aunesiun w the wilihes of the repreaenu jves of the people. No one will doubt our fall ailhejion to the pro- gramme of the 6th of June, which waa received with no much enthusiasm ny me oeuoeraiuu Chamber. Th convocation of a Constituent A aemblv at Rome, and the drawing up of a ledere- live ait, ar principles and maxima which we find laid d:wn io the opinion exptesea oy our cuaui bera. fur th convocation of a Diet at Rome, den. lined lo discuss the general Interests of our coo mon uountry. "At the present day, when to this opinion, lo that fundamental maxim, come to be joined the assent of the Prince, who also wind to submit u.ed.-imon of it to th Uhamoers: oi uie eover- eivn a horn the whole of Italy haa saluted aa the initiator ot her liberty ana inuepenuence, urn umu heat it the idea of the proximity of th moment when we are allowed to ope mat we snau ai length sew the birth ot ihst federal compact, which, resMicting the existence of the insolated slates, and leaving inuct their from of government, will aervn ta inaure the liberty, the union, and inde- iwfldenr of lulv. -Thia work will be perfected. . " ; ...V. t V. . .Inn. tf tfrknxm and V Ul Ol.l OkJIUloll. nyruuiB K.u.1 v i.wi... - venairated name of a Pontiff will have associated in tie accomplishment of if. "TV present onrselve with tots programme befote the people and the Chambers. If the peo- ole accord to ua their conndende.w wilt use all our efforts to continue to deserve if. The Cham ber are about to b called together, in order to prove to us il they will accord to us their confi denrte.and it ia permitted to na to hope that we shall receive it, if their political principle eon- Unite lo t, at ine present day, wnai uiey were in times past, , "u b. J.auaaiu.1, rreeiaenu "S. Gali etti, 'Pn;ti Stirbihi, ' ' 4 . "J.l,tTU" - The Pope having accepted the reiiignation of rruice j. Aiaoorandioi, commanoaent oi in svivic Guard of Rome, haa eDoointed. on Ibe propoel lion of the Minister of the- Interior, Colonel Jo seph ualtieno, in bia stead. Ouruif the loth. Prince toapialioat. distributed bread, wine, and cheese, to tie crowd, oa Utt Monte Cavsilo. The now ministry has ordered all the arms of the nwiss uuara anna raiace vi luewuttinai 10 oe re moved. JJy order of the Pope, llie cshiI of SL Ai.celo iu suaided by boldieri. of the line and Cue i.tvic guard. A civil guard ktoUU of 1UUU ineu ia io oe tiiuuvdialely eotablibbed, to act along with the trooua who have leturned from VinceaiA. The Argentino theatre ia to be Illuminated a ginr- , in nonor ot ui new ministry. It apueara that the report that the Pope had been Obliged to quit hia capital waa false. The French government has received the followin eiegrapnic despatch: "Civits Viccnia. Nov. 23. "Rome is tranquil. The new ministry have pub lished their programme, and assumed the direction vi aiiaira. a 'M. Mainiani arrives at Rome this afieriioon.1 Thin telegraphic despatch waa commuuicated to the Jour us 1 ilea Debau with th following note: "It was thcongh au error that a journal announc ed yeterday thai the Pope had been compelled to quit Rome." Our advice from Bom add nothing of intereM to the ftiiloniLalioii already published. lh Pope nail received his new ministers with much appa remly good feeling. In tb deputlea, a pro positron nail been made to aseure his Hot mean ot the hdeli ly of that Chamber; but when put to the vote, it u aa rejected a pretty clear piool that thedepu ti'.-s are not very auxioua to iraurnue with tteir aovereigu iu hia preseul critical ailuation. Pniaala. 1'he King of Prussia appear to have re-eatab- nitied his authority, to a great extent, having aup preaaed the incipient rebellion in Berlin, although trie contest is still going on Detween the court nud the Chamber. The tommy continues far lioiu trauquilt however, and fresh disturbances may lake pliue at no distant period. Advices have been received troin Berlin, to th evening of lhe2Slh ult., at which date tranquility was perlectly maintained, and martial law was no longer enforced with the same nor. At Brandeii burg, the prtparalioiia for the session are being pressed forward with the utmotit despatch. The chancel of the Dom (the cathedral) ia being fit ted up with ihe seals, Vc, brought from Berlin, and a numerous body of workmen are employed in the build. tig. AU attenriiiU to effect an accommodation be tween the Government and the Uiuiohitiou of the Assembly have faileU. Un the 27th. the day appointed for the convocation of the National Assembly in Brandenburg, the faction of the Assembly which obeyed the summons of the King to Brandcuburg commenced its silting at ill a.m. Uue lact is all important there was not a sufficient number present to form a "house," so the members were obi ired toad journ, ailer Ministers had declared that a royal message would lie published in a day or two. This message w ill probably announce the disso lution of the National Assembly, which is noV not only at jure but dt furto in Berlin. The neooud battalion of the 4ih regiment of the landwrhr (militia) have formally declared. that although they have taken up arms in obe dience to the rail made upon them, and excl an ged the dress of citizens for that of soldiers, they will not act acainst their brethren, for they (the membeis of Uie above battallion) are convinced tfial the representatives in Berlin, are dofending the 84i c red rights of the people. G.igern, the highly respected President of the Frankfort Assembly, haa pioceeded auddenly to Berlin; and conjecture ia all alive to imagine the cause of his sudden journey at thia juncture. He has declared thai he only wishes to aee, wilh hia own eyee, what is passing at Berlin. A strong military reinforcement has been aenl lo Breelau, where tumults have happened, though no blood seems to have been shed. At Dusseldorf. where some outbreaks had oc curred, and which, at lat accounts, was in itate of ier, the burgher guard were forcibly disarmed. Slight conflicts took place in aome instance, and wounds were given and received. The officers of the burgher guard persisted in making a passive resistance lo surrendering up their arms, so as to give the authorities the trouble of collecting tl em. They protested at the same time, against the ille gality of declaring the city in a sute of siege, and likewise made a protest against the conduct of Spur el, the Government president. At ihe date ol Die latest accounU, on the 24lh, tranquility had not been seriously disturbed. The PrtuMttckt Stoats Aztiger and the Mag Jeburgtr Ztitung conuin accounts of serioua dis turbances which took place at Krfurt, on the 24th ulu The mob, and even a great part of the civic guard, attempted to prevent the armament of two conipaniea of landwrhr. It was found necensery 1 call out the troops garrisoned in Krfurt, and af ter they had been iiv-ulted lor a considerable time, and even attacked with stones and fite anna, the Commandant and President of th Gov ernment declared the town in a sUte ot siege. A street fight then ensued 'between the troops and Ui rioter, in which the lormer were very soon victorious. A barricade which had beeu erected waa taken by them, and a great maov houaes were stormed, from which they had beeu fired at. The losof the miliUry consisted of an dead and nine wounded; what that of the other aide amounted to i not known. On hundred and two of the rebels, and among them th thief ringleader, were eeired. Pie second sitting of the Prussian Chamber, at Brandenburg, took place on th 28ih alU No leg islative hueineea waa transacted. It wae agreed th U the house should meet on th Hh and 3tkb. On Ihe latter day M. Simons intended to move that the ministers should summon all lh absent mem here; aud in the event of iheir not appearing, that the Government b empowered to call up their aeveral aiibstilutes. From tb Hw urteana t'resrant, 13th. Ita avad laiarala. Yoca-ran navaa GfaTmal.a Villain. By the steamer Falcon arrived yesterday, we have received Havana papera to the 8lh instant: GialTMaLa. 'The Dmrit dt Lt Marina has news fiom Guatemala, the dalea, however, not be ing givim. A Mile flare-up between the French Consul and the new government of Guatemala had beeu amicably arranged, o far aa the Consul could do it The Brilieh Consul-General had also had a diffi culty with the eame Government, but an apology was made, with which, on the tflh of September, the Coneul declared himself satisfied. The difficulties in ihe department of Lo Altos continue. Congress had refused lo recognise the independence of the rebellious Sute, aud passed str.iigeul resolutions to compel il to return to iu fealty (if the resolutions could be enforced.) The deputies from the Stsie ol Lo Alloa were required to repair to the capitol and take their aeau in Uie Assembly, within fifteen days of the promulgation of the resolution. It they refused to comply they were to be trested as traitor, and a Urge armed force was to be sent smong ihe insurgents. But this all effected nothing, and the Government was compelled lo resort to arms. On theithotJOclober, the Government troops overlook about '411 pf ihe rebels in the vicinity of Xilotepeqne and routed them, killing "W. The rebels fled in all directions. On the 21st of October another battle occurred be tween the insurgents an J the Government troops under Gen. Mariano Paredea. After a firing ' half an hour, the rebels gave way aud fled, leaving a general officer and other persons of distinction dead upon the field. Congress, in order to pay lh eipensea of the war, has imposed a forced loan of "iU,0Ul; 547.UI0 on Guatemala, $8,UU) on Sacat epeqtiei, f 1'2,UJ0 on Amalillan, and 3,UJJ on Cnimafienango. The Heonblic of CosU Rica has joined the Cen tral American Unioa, and will in future be called Ihe Slate, instead ot the Republic of CosU Rica. YucataM. Our new from vucstan is to ine 17th of November. We perceive that our volun teers have already been engaged, and have gained some laurels at leasU The Indians are preparing to recommence hostilities vigorously by the aiege ol Uie city of Tekax. Pat and Chi, the Indian leaders, it ia rumored, have had a fight, which resulted i i the discomfiture and flieht of the latter. The Indians were Uking every means to impede the progress of the whiten into the country, miming ana aesiroy inc every town or position which they find them selves unable to hold. News arrived at Campea chyonlhe 1 1th that a fight had Uken place at the town Of I icum, in wnicn in American Tumnieers were conspicuous for their bravery and good con duet. The enemy waa strongly fortified, having thrown no entrenchments and otherwise strengthened his position. The whites, numbering 600, were un der command of Col. tTeu, who determined to turn the flank of the enemy'a position, which operation waa confided to the foreign volunteers, WOO execuieu ll gauanuy. t ury cuaigcu upon me Indiana, and were soon in possession of th en trenchment. The enemy lost sixteen in killed, besides a quantity of arms and ammunition. Governor uaruacnano, in oraer to meet me ex oenseaof Uie war. which are not covered by the ordinary income of the Government, has continued for three montiie from in 1st insu me extraordina ry contribution, reducing the rate to 37l-'2cenU on every iuo. in payment oi una ine articles most needed by the Government will be Uken. ViKirtim. In aoietin at r v. trio tiico, oi the 'iilii of November, says thai Uie last news re ceived from Veneiuela confirms the intelligence of the entry of Paex'a troop into toe city of Mara caibo, adding that Carabolo, Guira and Apure have pronounced in tavoror mat cniei, out tney cannot do much for want of resources. A passen ger arrived from Laeuayra sars that th sute of affairs in Venezuela ia lamenuble beyond Uesc.ip- Uon, aurpassing all mat uie smaginauon can coo- cetve The Haai lr Jalirrmlau A rentlemaa haa iaat retarned to New York from Panama, lie went to Chagr, croaaed the Ialhraae. but m eawlnr th linmena crowd whose tarns, acconlinf to barber's shop law, must com bafoi hi own, he returned 1st de an air. Ha found upwards of two thousand per son wait In r far a tfcer. It le computed that thar ar six thousand there bow, all eafer for a rhaac to reach San r ranclac. Oia. Atlmt Von or Wisconsin The whole number of votes cast in Wisconsin, oa the 7th of November, was 37,721, or which Cass received 14,440, Taylor 13.096; Van Buren, 10,185. Cass plurality 1344. THIRTIETH 0.RIWt--ea4 8eaata. ' ' WaeBMOTO'. Dec. 21,8 P.L - SENATE. Mr. Atchison, of Mo., pieseutcd the credential ol llou. Mr. Sebastian, Neualor elect trout the Slate of Arkansas, and Mr. Sebaslisu hsvine taken h oath prescribed by law, took his sest in the senate. ' - . Sundry petitions and memorials were presented aiiii reierrea. Mr. Biiggs submitted a resolution which was considered by unammoua eonaenl, and arreed to ca'.ling for the correspondence with the urenadian minister. Mr. Clarke also submitted a resolution by unan imous consent, calling lorall treatiea concerning our commerce upon ine seas. 1 he Senate paased a f private bills and then adjourned. HOUSK OF REPRESENTATIVES. The standing conmuieea were called in order by me opeaaei lui irpoiis. Mr. Viiilon. of committee of wava ami man called np the resolution making appropriations for ine year laou. a resolution was presented sna read by unani nous consent, noon the expediency cf retraced iug vacant grounds in the District of Columbia, to the Slate of Maryland. Mr. Bolt's resolution asking what has been done with the proceeds ol ealeeol arms and amumunn Mr. McClelland presented a resolution granting public lands to acinal sealers, upon their paying lust ui surveying; lata upon in UDie. Adjourned. WasHiiioTO!,Dec.Z2, 1848. SENATE. Mr. Douglass intiodaced resolution, which was adopted, instructing ibe Committee on the District of Columbia lo inquire into the expedi eucy of relroceding to the Stale of Maryland all ol llie Uistnct not occupied by Uie public groundt ana purine oiiiiuii.gs. Mr. Clark introduced a resolution, instructing the Coiiimiiiee on Foreign Affairs to inquire and report what ulleiatiouM, .f any, are necessary in iiur consular system in the Tuikish and Chinese hinpires, sud whether any of our Consuls, or the hoimea with which they are connected, are en raged iu any trade, ia violation of the laws ol Ihoie Kmpiree, Adopted. Mr. Johnson, ol Louisiana, introduced a bill, graining lo Uie Slste ol Louisiana acrea ol the public lauds for purposes of internal improve. menu He staled thai Ihe amount had been left blank, but the object waa to grant the same sii.ount which had been (ranted lo Ohio. Indiana. e., for similar objects about halt a million of acres. I The bill was twic read and relerred to ihe comm. ties on public lands. Mr. Hen ton. at his own reuuest. was exensed from further aerving as chairman of the military committee, though he continues to act as a me n berofiu On motion of .Mr. Dix, Mr. Jvff'erson Davis, the next member iu order in the commit tee, waa appointed chairman. Ou motion, it was ordered that when the Senate adjourn it adjourn In Tuesday next. Mr. Down rose and remaiked that the Senate had set aside Thursday of each week for the con sideration of private bills; but on the Thursday fol lowing the day on which the resolution was adopt ed, noue of these bills had been considered, in consequence of an adjournment over to Monday. na inereiore moved mat me .senate now proceed ia lh consideration ct bills on lh private calen dar, w hich was agreed to, and several were taken up, but none finally disposed ot. on motion, th senate proceeded to the cons d- eretion of Ihe special order being the bill provi ding for the draining of the Everglades in Florida. It w as again inlonnally pased over. nr. Keveidy Johnson submitted s resolution. which lies oa lit Uble, calling on the President lo communicate s despatch to the Secretary f State, dated Berlin, Dec. ITUi, 1343, relaUv to a communication between the Atlantic and Pacific oceana, together with any maps which may ac company the same. Alter some other unimportant business wss dis- posedof, theSenst ent into executive session. a . .. .! " aim suuaequeuuy sojourned. H0LSC OK REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Tsllmadge presented a memorial from George WilUen, of the city of New York, for the construction of a National Railroad from the Mis- ouri River to t he Pacific Ocean. Mr. Rockwell, of Connecticut, moved that the House go into committee of the whole, with a view to lake up the private calender. .Mr. lout. ot Ueorcia. hoped not. but that thev would first dispose of ihe motion yesterday made by Mr. Smart, to reconsider the vote by which Mr. Got! s resuliilion, instructing the Committee on Uie District ot Columbia, wss instructed to re port a bill prohibiting the Slave Trade therein was adopted. In yea aud save were ordered on the motion of Mr. Rockwell, and the House decided lo go in to Committee, ". to d Mr. McCelland In the Chair. A large number of private bills were considered. reported to the House, end psssed. inep. tier isiu neiqe ine noitsea communi cation from th Secretary of ihe Treasury, furnish, iug statistics of coal, required by a resolution of me nonse. AIM, OIllllilllM f.. tlftO PMlntlM General, with Uie Report of Mr. Hobble, called lor in a resolution of the House, yesterday. A report waa mad from the Committee on Printing , in reterefiee to certain books printed bv order, of Congress, and authorized, si the last ses sion, to be delivered to member, a portion of which, the Clerk of lh House staled, are not uow in the possession of Congret. Ihe report concluded wits resolution suthori- aing the Cleik lo tturrhsse these books of the booksellers. A spuited debate ensued, and the resolution waa adopted. Amotion to reconsid er waa laid on the uble, and then the Hanae ad journed W AsaixoToir, Dec, 26. SENATE. The Senate was called to order at the nsusl hour. Mr. Atchison presented the credentisls of Messrs Dodge snd Jones, sinetor elect from Iowa. They drew lots, a to the choice of teims. Mr. Jones drew the term for the six years, and Dodge the one term. Mr. Fitch introduced a resolution which was considered by unanimous consent. It related to the practicability of reducing the price of Uie mineral lands. Mr. Underwood introduced a resolution, to en quire into the expediency ot esublishing a board ot commissioners to ascertain the quaiay and quan tity of public lands io New Mexico, and what dis position can be mad of the same, which waa re- erred lo the committee on Public Lands. Sundry privste bills were taken up and read twice. A message waa Tead from the President. The Senate then went umo Executir session. and adjourned. 1 here waa no session of the House to -cay. Washington, December ?T. SENATE. The Vice President being sbsent, Mr. Atchison, President pro tern, called law Senate to order at Uie usual hour. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Slicer. Sundry petitionn and memorials were presented by Messrs. A lien ci Ohio, Benton, and Johnson, of ueotgia, which were resd and referred lo the sev eral committees. Mt. Allen presented a memorial of the citizens of Ohio, asking fm the reduction of postage. Air. neoton presented a petition tor establishing several land offices in Missouri. . Several private bills were presented snd refer red. The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the bill providing for the purchase of Light Hou ses to be established at the month of the Missis sippi river, lt wss srgned in the affirmative by Messrs. Johnson of La., Dowts, Clayton and Bell. Messrs. Davis,' of Msssschusett, snd Brsdbnry opposed the passage of the bill, which waa finally laid aside. Senate adjourned. , HOUSE. After the usual preliminaries of the momingbn- siness, the speaker announced as first business in order, the re-consideration of the vote by which Bolts' resolution passed, providing for the prohi bition of the slsv trsde in the District of Colum bia. v Mr. Stewart of Michigan aaid he waa opposed to the abolition of slavery in the District without Ihe consent of the people, and deaired that the resolu tion should be emended. A motion was made lo lay the resolution on the table, which waa negatived. Mr. Benton moved that Uie further confedera tion of the resolutions be postponed lor two weeks. Mr. Sawyer rose to a privilege qneetion which related to an article published ia the New York Tribune respecting the mileage received by mem bera. He remarked that h thought hia honeaty had been attacked. Mr. Turner also spoke censuring Mr Greely very severely for having written the article. He offer ed a resolution instructing the mileeg committee to report to the House whether any member had received any excess of mileage, and whether the article referred to in th N.York Tribun amount. ed to an allegation of fraud, and if it did, aaid com mi i lee were empowered to send for persona and pariers- A motion to lay the resolntion on the Uble waa lost. Mr. Greely explained and admitted that he wrote the arUcle in question. He waa interrupted and interrogated by different members. The question wss eajled on the resolution, and it waa adopted. ' ' The House then adjourned. la Caieltrw. The New Orleans Bulletin ef th 14th con taius a letter written to th Editor ef that p. per, by Dr. luxe, detailing sow of hia vbeer veUoneuf th dis in L'arvpc, together with sag geetloa aa to lh court he inlaws ought to be pursued wherever It make Its appearaace v a take th subjoined Interesting itre from th letter- . During a sojourn of several years ia th soth of Europe, for th benefit of my health . I found myself, wilh my family, la the city ef Ge atta in Ihe an miner of 1835, upon th appearance of in cnoiera in mat city, wher we remaiaed aa ill in diaesM had almost If not entirely disap peared. Having paeeed a weak la tk principal hoPtl upon the appearance ef the cholera la '32, and having daily vUited th hoepiul ap- iiiuiimii iorn cnoisra paueau ia rhiladai phia, beside attending lo my privet patient, f could nol. a an American physician, remain an id! apecUtor of th ravage of tb disc as a witnessed at every hour of th day. I visit ed daily the largeal hoapiul in Genoa, aad, al inaorii a stranger, waa rqnetd to riv ni opinion about th disease tba xietiag aad epreediafc. Ueving complied with tk request, I looa occssion to otter a few remarks aa to tk possibility of preventing or moderaUaf th ef- recta or the diaeae, upon th larg body of troop at that time quartered la tk city, aad numbering, officer and men, not far ehert ef 1U.UUU. It is unnecessary to advert to thaeanaea hieh Induced th proper authoritie to act oat to the ituer tne aavtce gtveu; auftice it te say, such waa me laci, ana in result moet graUfyiar . HaviueT. when In New York. i Pkii adelphla, during th exisUnc of th cholera, decided aa to th propriety of abasdaala. ih. .... f ii . .. sua every rruii ana veealmhla. ! confining myself and those with whom I hmA any influence, to a healthy and eu rodent diet of rice, stale-bread, tb uaual meata, with few ex cepuone, and water, with or witbeat a little win, aa might b desired. I adopted tk same cuunmiu v.enoe, ana witn th earn happy ef- irvta. A namber of Americana and Enrliahman ai that time In Genoa, adopted th earn him oi living, and ia every iaatanc with eqaal ad vantage. The principal measure recommend! tn iK. large body or miliUry, were 1st. The abaolute axcluaioa of vegeUblee and fruiu. 2nd The use f th best quality of fresh meats, 3rd. 4th. Tk beat bread a tale preferable. Ae all were accustomed to th dalle uu of win of a ry ordinary characUr, that of a oetur quality to b aabatitated. 5th. To substitute th winter anifarm of th light dreeelhen wora. but. To hav ao more parades than war ah. eolutely aeceseary. It le possible I might have auresated other measures, but not having a copy of tk letter eonUialng them, I only notice tko considered f primary ImporUnc, and whic,h war doubt less mainly instrumental ia effectine th maaA deaired and accomplished. In conclusion, it ia only necessary to remark. that th abov rule were rlridlv enforced, mn. der military dieclpline, aarticalarlv aa to diet and clothing; th Governor not oaly setting tk example, but iaaaing tk strictest order for tkelr observance by lh troop, aad before we left th city, which was not unUl lh disease had ceased, I had th aatiafactioa of beinr informed, that. hila amenr th inhabiUnU wh Daraaad thai. uaaal course and habiU.th mortality waa enor mous, amounting oa some days, to 400 and 5U0, and ia th aggregate, to 8 or 10,1)00. ia tha course of eevea weeke, the health of tk troop continued good, and I learned from tke Govern or that the whole number ef deathe among them did not exceed fifty. Ae regarde th possibility of preveatine th pproack of thia disease by any svsUm of na. rantine, the evidence of th inutility of it ia tho countries where immediate death waa the consequence of is Infringement of th qaaraa- . , j. i ... . une laws, auoraa eamcieni anawer. By observing the system of diet abv recom mended, in conjunction with warm clothing, avoiding undueexposu re ia wet andchilly weath er, aad, upon the first appearance of any of tk premonitory or other symptom, gelag to bed, aad sending for a pbyakwa previously to aaiag say remediea whatever, I feel a perfect esearance that lh dieeas will b disarmed of more thaa half of iu danger. Keaoectfully yoara, etc., EDWARD JENNER COXE, M. D. From the Shelby Sews. Some of tk cUizeae of Fayette and Madieoa coaaliea, hav "caused U be made." aad pre- .-J a . 1-. ft t r- . . apuieu iii ftapt. ft assies .. v-lav, aa aiegaut terdaMaa token of their aincere regard aad edeniretioa." Th commit! charged with tli duty of precaution, y i their commaaica- lioa lo Capt Clay: "Your fellow-citiseae, who obeerved you, aivtnr up th comfort of a pleasant horn, and eacoaataring th dangers incident to a campaira ia Mexico, eoacaiv that ia your short service, specially mfttr tht coaifxati at Emcmrnmciin, whea oa of th prisoners escaped from the Mexican fuard. vou dieplayad com rug t aad tlf-ptUn ia th midet of eaddea aad uppmlhug dtngtr, which il- luatrat tk higheel qaaliliea of th sJUrr aad th eoldier. I)iearmd, ae yoa were, your frmt9 and tagacilt, prevented th eacrif.ee of th gallant but aafortanat litu band. Such qaalitie oa a broader field might have rendered yoa more conspicuous bfor th nation: bat woald present no freer teet of tk inlrintie a4r- it of th soldier." Tb Committee wished to prnt tk sword publicly, but tb Captain declined it, for reason satisfactory to himeelf. They "then srllrssnsrl note to Capt. Clay to know at what time it would b convenient for him to receive tk sword at kis owa residence; to wkick aot k replied that he would be pleased to eee tk com mittee, and euch other fnende aa might b ia cliaed to be n recent, oa Friday veaina. Nov. turn. Accoroiagiy, oa mat evening the com mute, ia company with a number of other sea- tlemen, repaired to Capt. Clay 'a residence la the country, and finding him at horn, war cordial ly received. Dr. A. J. Burnam, one of trie committee, afur addreeeiag a few kandaom aad appropriate remarks, referring to tk corres pondence touching tk occasion, kaaded tk elegant sword to Cspt. Clay. It waa received with modest simplicity by tk CapUia. wko de clared that he felt hie poor services hsd aot star- tied ao rich a eomplimaat, aad oa wkick wai rarely tendered for any service, except distia guiahed conduct on th batUe-fiiild, remarkiae; that h would not hav accepted th sword, did be aot feel thaSahia conduct oa th occaaioa es pecially alluded to, waa now fatly vindicated from the malign asperaiona of some of the who were associated with him. The company were than Invited to parUk of a noet eaperb and tasty collation, prepared with exquisite taste by rar. Clay. After enjoying it abund antly with fine cheer, tke company dispersed." Hie fellow-citizen kave reflected keaor poa themselvee by thia act of simple justice tea bra v aad gallant man, who, lath hour f pnl. when al heart were afck at the proepect of a violent death, stood ap in the might of hie greatness, and delivered them. It waa a display of the loftiest heroism, aad ckallenrea the ad- mlratioa of the world. May be loag live to en joy the gratitude ot hia generoas fnende; aad may that sword never be aaaheathed except ia a cause wher virtue weavee the wreath for the brow of the living, and kallows tke grave of tke dead. B. Awfwl Traly. A citisea of Cleveland, named David John son, ia tke employ of llilliard V Smith, buying cattle, put ap ia a tavera la Maria, Mercer county, ia thia Mate, where ke intended to maks his headquarter for a time, aad explained to the landlord bia buainese. Ihe next day ke went oat to bay cattle, aad the landlord, know lag he had a large aura of money about him, encountered and shot him In a by-place, about twelve milea from hia tavern, drag-red kis body for some distance from In road, aad covered it ith bruekweod. Jokasoa feif aed deatk, a a til tke landlord kad left, wkea keariag a team paea, ke called aad requested tke teamater to pat him ia hiawaron, aad drive to a uvsra as fast as poeaibl. Th teamater drove him I tk tavera where ke kad put up. Oaarrivlag, tke landlord earn oat, aad Jokaaoa, raielar kia head, aaid "That ia tke man who ahot me, be baa a,UUU of my money," aad la tea mlaate alter, expired. Tke landlord, overwkslmed at tk avidenca ef hi cailUarav himself up, eoafssesd thamarder, and ia now in jail. Surely truth U stranger than bctioa. Cia. Cess, We leara from tke Rarmead Gazettatkatn meat lag of tk cltixeaa f CUaUa aad vkeialty wae held on tke tk Inst, for the purpose el con. aldering tke propriety of eetabliakias; a ctta factory in tkat place. Two commlttete see to draw ap tka piaa for carry taa lata Isamadi- ate effect tke object ef themeetiag, aad aa other to obtain atetiatical laiormatioa were appoiat d, aad th meatiag adjoaraed to meet on tk mfuti. nhig,tM. in. COMMERCIAL, KKMaRKS We have out Li: 1 1 to say in rcgaul Iu the kUL Taa 2.ai. kMMMcol the curb dull, train .ft.M,WUteiMaUftttalMiiliftU,a. Ike stuvktM all av KiipOiMaiN Groceries se ais tie, and ptivea casttuwe --azures, lit rTour aad Grain aiaikel is arsa.iai ina aaiaeor the recetpts. Tfc Pro " nut BMst smmated Smirk of our kusi. seiiasl preseat, aad tke q.tsMky a hot killed seal pork k av.4 - a a. , ' ' " awally Urga. pjkes see coustderafaly aUmuUtrd, and have See steadily edr.. .a awiai iae weea. it k izd l e - ftj.ftfe .... "uri-.iiui dtill aad attWt. Wi ar aa a saia astsre vet lH 6W pircea W((ia( aJ 30 cjl, at w ana TC, oa alv satMlaa tliw, a4dlu ltr taw agai samel tic aadT. The receipt is. sees iJu Ul 9H pictrs aad 9lwuts. Ike li...,. umiuc ine wees were 74 piects aad 690 cut u Tke uxss e baad sre 3.761 pieees aa.1 11 iot! lYiOn a a est H. """""i etc. e Quou reisi. se r uui. Coiege boas the asaauiaitorr U aic: sties of oiled aad tarred Lordafe. at 10c per lb. Calcs of Biimc U:m . tum ai iiAivj ixou notes; sackiu Twine we cuou aiaDtftruc. COR.XMB AL We quote by the bushel al 4ua4oc: at the mills fur tula-dried l Js pet bhi. f-Uf f OX AMD COTTOS TARXSv-Tae desaasd I,- eouoa u hauted. Sarly ia ta week w heard ol a aiia of 42 batesto go loCiritauienu51c,oa snort eredit. Out quotanoas tor ordinary lo lair quAuues are l.c. TSc tacelpls Uua week ars 906 bates. Cottoa betnae, we quott al Cottoa yarna are m fair demand, aad w quote sales al 61.61 and 7e lor the dtik-ree! aumbers. ta loG retail sales to the csuatry at a, 7 sad Sc. ro.41, AJf D WOOD The supply ot Putsburxh Coal though But a UiaUa ut Is quit fair. We qoote by the quaauly U atOr, reuil sales at 19a1c. Sates of VVaetl ia sad Pomeroy Coal st Ukta. Hales of rooJ Wood (ruen waeoas al sores caariae from Si au b. fin.. load. FLOUR A.XD CR AlX.-Owiag Iu light recruits FUmr a lit lie firmer. Tb 'recetuts are 5CI barrel W quose sale la lots from stores at Hall in: te- sales si $1 ?. far fair bread, sad it So fur UmUy braaJs. Sales trf eooil Wheat at TOt- sales d sew Cor st Ibe river frees flatboals el ThZk-saasa from aeons at 2U2. Kales trf eU ( or (rum stores st a. Sales el rood blight Oats from the rouatry al ttiaaic; sales froea sturea is asrks st ZlaS'ir. . GROCERIK3. KuavbeaareeouJaad MkesiutoiM. The receipts this week ars 1 kads aug ar, 979 boat of luohuses. aad 1,013 ban " coffee. We quote the sales suear Iieht U talje, at wboieaale, aud i Jc by tlw hbi. We quote Iu, clsrined sad refined Suesrs al Tlit.lc lur the Itffetf at aumbers and uaiMee. Havana !ugar hs bases we qjote at Ga.At. Rut coffee is soteewhat firmer this wee. At the Raster ad Huulhera markets price have stiffeaed up. sad are better here. We bear trf ai of 973 baet ia lots at 616e: also tight sales at S1a7c. u pre quality, nantathw Molasses U a iMtle slirtVr. W kasr of sales of 175 barrels at 20 ccata. Susarhotoe MuUases are quote al "Ki.13 ceeta, accordiaf lo qua! ity. Cbeeae as ia fair demand. We quote sales ia kits st 6,a7e. Receipts tins week 121 boxes. R,ce et ia fair demand for retail sales; the stork is lirht. We quote sales at tAuc. PROVISIONS A5D LARD. The market tor these articles is s good deal stiaoolated aad holders appear quit firm al advanced rates. We kara from riacituiati thai prices have materially advanced there, and Sales of Ilozs tffMtrjst$3&. f3S7 andllset. w sear of a aale of AUblMs Btess Pork at StO.cssh. We hear of sales of several lots Hogs at $.1103 30. aad a sale of W bead at U 30at. There ie cottsitWiaMe duiBg ia Lard, aad w of sales of about tOOO bb-prkes aot made publ. We also hear of a aale of 300 bbts aaaes Pork at $10 60 per bbl; sad heavy sales of bulk Bteat.out of salt, 3,c (or Shouklera, J ac tue Hun. Several aalea ef prias Lard ia bois have bees mad st CfU. We beard of a sale veslerday of liXO bols aaeas Pork to aa lUai.-ra buyer at 10 2o. Lijtit aales of Lard have been Made at ft, Ci and CyC Sales of couulry lard t316c. The slupmeau ol Peek aad Lard are heavy. TOBACCO The aolu.'ayi together with the wet wea. her aad bad reads, haa tatonarly lessened the the rr. cei4s of Toheceo. Prtres, however, are well aiaiouiued. Th sales at Todd's warehouse Uus week ha ve aaMMiated to SI bads at th (ollowiag rates: firsts 1J3 7jao 45, s. coad $3 96a3 75; commoa.$2 9o2 XV. A sale of wet Tocwccoat 3a. WHISKY The receipts through the week have bee tt;ht, aad the salesat the leeee Thuisdar Ut of TSbM al fCj sales Saluiuay of im bM at KJ17fc. Kle ye terday aadtoday of llCbUn at Ujc. Tue lecriprs tnia "k are io2 W1. We quote from stores for reclined at 7al7t. AGENTS KOR THE EXAMINER. Milto Stkvimo, George town, Ky. amc &. Kamsi, Traveling Agent forky. . M. McKia. 31, N. Fifth st.. Philadelphia. Jostrai Fisnib, Cheater, Vt. HaCKNCa &. Csirr. Lafaystte. Is. oalbwin, itethaay. a. CI to. Scaaaoaot'OH, Oweaaboro, Ky. C. C. EvtsTS, Utica. N. Y. M. Dawiv, A read Hall. Rochester. N. ' Hembv CHAnHlCaaaadairaa.N. Y. Baowa 4. WiixiAaaos, Commercial Beddings, superior si., c Mvviaao, unio. D. NtBDHAW, 12, Exchaag at , Bulfalo, N. Y it. oa Sclav, KUsMllvUle. Ky. Rev. Hoorta Cstws. Moaat Morris, Illiaei. Hoa. A. W. GaaaAjt, Boliagra. Ky. Wat. Gabnitt. Glasaow. Kv. II. BAasair, Lexington. Kentackv. J. B. RtTsuix. Gazette OrEca, CiaciaaaU, O. Whiti at Porria, la Stet street, Boston. Elias Surra, 14i Naesaa street. New York. II. CoisatiT, Smitklaad, Ky. ELEG4.T HOLIOAV BOOKS. 'I SHE Women of the Bible 19 eocrarto? Leaflets of Memory tor 131 " lumcrous enjr- fnocs: The Oesa ol Ue Seasoo 2) fine steel enrrsTings; is noosot ream lor 19 lie aj " The Snowtlakei The Chnstiaa Keepsake; The Ruby; Tb Lady's A anal; Ta A mem aa Uailery of Artj Scene ia Ue Life ol out 5aior; The Aposilcs; Ibe rrnpne; Th Uluauinated Gems of 5cred Poetry; Th Genis of Beauty; Th Book of Beauty; The Keepsake; The Herousee of Shakapeare; The Lays 01 the Westers Wort J; Fneevisaip's Onerutg; Tae Gariand; The Anaraath. Tb above, together whb a splendid assort rnewt of ragiuaaaa tnm.m nuuoaary. aaj raacy arucies, wit the Hoauers, may he louad at the aw- euo star ot J. V. COWLING. Mo V. 93 If 4 Mat Mreet- UOODRirr dk MeBRIBK. TsLAMR MlM'FAlTt HEKS, laaporlars aed DeaL I era la Hardware, Cutlery sad Mecbaaic's Touts ef eirerr ilescnntioa, wSnlaaals aad ratau. . ai. law St.. Mga ol th Big ruae. lec is -11 ,gW Pt l.'SU FORTS WAL40. W. C. PFTKr? dr CO . WT. Mata Sf. hav lately fitted up aa eteejaat Punts Forte Saline) lur is Better acrumiaoaa- Uom af Ibair caasowiers aad lh bener display of those surivsled Pieao Fortes, made Sy A. H. I, ale ai l ev. aad .-suna 1 larB. W. C. P. 4k Co.. hav katcHy purchased fifty f th above taslniaseata at prices lullaper rent luwsrthaa aay prevteaa laTUKt, aad which they aowuejarae a tar respoaJiag reSttctioa uattl Chrirtiaa day. Pram peearnt iaditatioaw.Uie aiaaarartuTers wiU raise tb pnres ul Pl- sao Fortes est talaaf Jaaaary aesU A w tatead-s close out our present stcek befur th ew Veer, per- sons desirous i parraaatag Cheaper naatoa uaa aay keretorore onered, ere lamed to-ciu urn ataav a sctes uaa at pace. IS. H. Wasted to sure base, sit rood secaad -baad Pt- saoa. fur which s fair phrc will be gives, at exchange for Mala Street, aext dour to Beak of Louwvule. dee is tr ajmhuh KentHtkian; &1 .w nd EmnmtUt Journal will fitmt ton. waaMi'rpwntBaUDi, PLANE MANUFACTURERS, Aad Dealers la HABSwaaa amo ctrrtxay. Sim of the Bis Plane. S3. Third Street, sear Maw LiMtuiville, Ky. liec . ly. hart, r..::iTe::.'3Y & co., SVCCB8SORS TO IS-UC PUGII tk Co, It. 118. Cbaaaal mreeS-P HILADILf HIA Maaafaclurereaad las porters of Paper Haagiags. Hav always lor sal a awe stock ef P A PERS. ef every variety aaaaulactured, wbicfi ttey will sen wButraaw retail at the kawaas rates. Sept. atb, lta tt. TSB THE gVMYal.LJK riBJsJl'. RRUKVIRO that a well appahttad Balk Hoamia liatrttbs wiU be eeuvesalwllv aasasised bv ibe pabit, 1 gisptsa the Bttiag up sf Net sa estshlisa- la aeda l aeeaeahllsb tkm. ttkyascmssrr feraiet wxaiaiwa aaadrad aad fifty eabsatUame. Isiev dav aaa tae task af aallcloa , aad would r awaetullveaa la aluaiiaaaf laecBiaaaa wtlatMkser, The all Slue meat wiu twaiaia as asari owa aaa ww fbelaMv ruraataed balk r aw 18 fee rewt wss, aad farleduw aadwUlp very reaaata fee liar as, CtU, SJumtr. War, aait, D ak.ead Srawi The saUalaf wul belacted la aeewtaal psrtefibi an, aad easBse far Isilaisa la the fall. Tb leeaaa ef aahactipUoa are Tsa IX A,Laa fart "Aaaivaac asyaMaa I raaird rm la eewr eab eerthre,Lry will b at Hied I bathlag; awe a aek la la ana I ha aot aathratad ia the rwfaiar we oa. W mbscrlpiioa will be receivwd saiUfe baad red aad fifty ssaiis are sscare. . MaySaWf. Was). TOCNO. IN QUART BQTTLEJS. FOR THE UMQVAL AXD PJsfA.V.vT CCJtS O? ALL DISEASS 4idi.VG M0M AX IMPVRt STATS Of THE ML00O O HABIT OF TBS STST13I. 1Z: Serofmlm r King" KtU, Shtvnati. Csfi- -uie caiasesb Eruptions, rmptta, r V. ffcase tht tat; BtMekt, Biltt, Chronic Sjt f-vea. Ring Worm as Tttur. Scali Head, t lar;emett and Pain 0 Me Bones and Joint,. XrubdoT Vlctrs, Syphilitic Symptoms, Sc-otica, or L.imboro: and DM03ti arising from iiu dtftout hat 0 Mfrcurw, Acititeaor D"rpy, Lr pvuit tr impridthct in he; a, Ci'eiie Comtitutionat Disorders Ac. fuiH Medicas baa acquired s very extended sad e- tM..a. reputetioa wherever U has Waa seed, baaed ea'Urly oatts owa struts, which Hi sapertor efficacy has Atuastistaiaed. The italotliaaie xum 4 hcraauari Jiea'e, wuh swoura rUaJ-i. coittrscted stuess. aad aoae balfcaiKMs. has bees restored to be alt aad rteor. rhe scroluitMM patieat. covered wuh aker.loUsun io htmseU sad has site adaatt, has beeaaiade whua. Hoedreda ef persoas, wh kad groeaed hope Irs. ly for fears uadarculaaeoas aad ehiadidar duf den. chroaic aeantatism, aad ataay atltercuiupiauilssria;iag from aderaareatealuf the secretive oreaas sad the cut ula Uua, have brea rebed as a vera Uum the rasa f Ui avl mum, with reeeaerated cttastduttuaa, gladly lei uf totl etTieacy of this utestianaal prepaialuMS. Tk testiasoey of thus who base beeu cured by Us use.wrth their reskleaces, has bea pubashed frua tianetutiate; ABdwereMdeiavahte.aatasaaf tk most eeerwaVlatittg testiHtoay cetud b brought iorwai.l, proviae atust coa- cluaieeli hs uwetunahla value. Tm a Stated, aad those wku have aot used this cmum iae, are tavited to aseke a trial of its sirtues. sad sppropruU to theasselves tha heaelits watch a aloae cam bestow. TRUTH 1 STRANGER THAN FICTION ' The atteattua of the reader 1 caned to th fuuowiac astuBtahingCiwe. eflected by the use of 4aad Sarsspa nua: Tlus :a toreiuty that I rura a color.! .k... beea aMtcted har ine last te reara waa icrol.Ua.aadali the reaiedies I uaed had so erf ret as an est uie th aerv greaa f th rotr.alaint; aa lh caatrary . aa rnawt.aili crew won; aad alter expeadias hetweea w...t. eighty liaila ra with phyaeiaas, bsatdaw aatag uther avpu lar reu.edies without succesa. ull the Ueae aad eaiea awajr trie cartilage of her aoae. made rts anpearaace ua variotie pan ui her body, aad had BbiHt rikn,...i ... ravages ia the ruuf of her fcMMith. le lh dreadful sueetuta. wit tha branact af aeth atanag her mb the race, 1 stated her caae la Dr. lim.... th ages lor Bauds' SarsaiiariUa. -.m ewheia. M. b, ahdta 1 was advised to use that article; sod to aay n priNa and that of my atelghhora. t a Soot hereaas was Itauwa. after aatrtg four and a half bottles w r..i.r. l to perfect beaiU.aad that m the space ui three weeks, aad Wa abut to work ia two weeks Irom the time she cotarueBCed taking u. la w taeaa ol tha truth of this statemaat. 1 ha hara. uatoafrixed ny lime, this ls dayot Sent., 1I7. r k JOSkPH MrCOTTEat. J. P. Mou h of eus Riear. Cratca I U-, 5. I LCLR CLT.ED OF SEVEN E ARS ST ANDING. This rure wu cfTerted ia July, fcHI ; there hav beea aosva.ptouis af a retura, aad Her he alts stui coatiaues food. July, lle. Saw Yeas. July 2Z, 1SH, Mesua. Samu. GehUeinea I c-jBStder rtewl aaarr 4f justice to you to Mile tie aDllowingiacta la reiereac to lite great brae hi 1 have received ia th tun of aa iUiuidHMiiou t Leva oa my breast. wtateil eighteaaaioatha by a irewlaraa I sa.l'ul physM tea, aauved by lh adsic asd cauaaei ot oa ut our bum able aad ecperieaeed suigeuas, wiinout the ol beseat whatever. Alt the vartuus aMtamla as treat iug caacer were resorted to; fur h re weess ia irrrat.i aiy breast wsa buraed with caustic twee time a day, aad for ax U was daily svnaged with a weak sotuttua at aitric arid, sad la cavity or utleraal ulcer was sa large thai il wu vvtr tseasce u nuiims. Th Ooctar pruaeil tl. ulcer aud eiaaiiaed the aad said tha die, ana wasalvauciug rapklly to th luac. aad if 1 aad But ai speedy re lie I by nurdicia or by aa operslioe, th result would be fatal. 1 waa auvaked to aav lh breaat laid ope aud the oaeseimtal;bit fadug ao rebel Iiimu waai a 1 teea auaa.aaa leetiag 1 was raptdly galling worse, I aliaost dcwosircd of recovery, aad coiUetaq ay raa aearly hoaalesa. euif vartoua lestimoaiata aad cernncates ef cure hi ha at HJ' SartaaanU. la caesinwlar to mt . I .'ft. err a law t.U, ai-wraAe whtta wai used, but. from the loag. deep sealed character ul ata a, produced a eery deuuedcaeage. t'osuadeilu Uua aa the M.1 probable ear tut aiy case, I persevered uaid the dueasc waaeanrely cured. Il m aaw seat ei ea aioatha stace th cure waa complete ; I hate ataol th snglteal appearance ut a retura. I htttrnt prmm. t UA-lf , aad f curt rnnrrtf rjflti bv SaNOV !la trtiait.ul set Miiiw nuiciw il en lui A..- t hr RHte kji a-i il, aur Sore J kiAra awa nmr. fWaae excaa Uus luaut ttefetTed ackauaWtlaaaax. wh. h I thtch U ssv dutv ui umA. Vuui ealuaala Sana partita eared at, with the Meawagof Ihvta PrvvideBrr. ata aulauia else Cuwfcl; aad I keel aayseu aaosr kasuaa otHMAtioas lo ruu. I caa say maav Uuiigs I casaot wnte. aad 1 do aaust resaActiuliy aavw ssdies anctcd as 1 Mn been, tu cut upoa aaa, aad I wul laltsiy ihcaa wily of the truth as stated anove, aad ataay other tluags is reference lo lace. .t I. aiaLEB.aiSuihvaasT. SANDS' CELEBRATED SAR5AP.ARILXA. Thisexeeilcat comsouBd, whica as creating acb a uai. venal latere! throughout tae ccfeaarv, has aiad its way ucorulully into the favor of our citizees aad ta peopi round av. We have read ag.ia aad agata of Ut etneacy of tht tavaluabie eaedteiae d w caa call s wry pteasast beverage at J icum but sot AMU raceaUy hav we had aay paaiur prool w barb could asduc us to apeak fairly of It. clut. lioea facta ia our poswsaa. w are sow wed cohviared that, without aay CAccpuoa. a ta the s- raT. rt-AASLSTisr, aad acrx eonipouBd ever onrred to the pubuc, tor th cure 04 ail chroaic disease, rheu matism aad scrotuia. aaa au impurities ot the mock), to get her wua saaay ouwr conpiaiats. It has so long beea remarket taatts are n oa ol "bo trams Bad BOairum veaders.' that we baiily dare reenns aw ad a valuatM diacavery us tae Medicai Scieac. lest we jeopardise our reputatioa (or incredulity and ti iiut eaey; autia thisiaansre we hewtase aot lo hazard uw re mark wiuca w hsT made above. rioriyva Mrvtnm. SORE THROAT. The following a aa extract from e letter received from Mrs. Beraa. who had beea aoucted several year with ixrofulous rukers. Dyspepsia. Ac, sad receatly aaa.'. tcvaoa of the Uuroal aad cheat: BiiLavssis. Vs.. Dee. U. i6. Messrs. A. B. e D. Sinus:-Before I cotaavaared rnatg your Sarsapsrula, my stuveriags were elaaost past etptesaiua; at? laroaiwaeeoaiparieiy uareraiea. aau a dieadlul cuugw,aa there were ueoiteaui wees togeih rr thai I could aot pra abov s whisper; sad besides. the utrtaaaataiiua Iruaa ai thruat evuradeJi lo eav head. so that my beanag was very Btaca impaired. Altar ta hiag la Sai pa Mies aaorl bate ail heaaa uuproved. bm! ml hruat ta auw aeU; I aaa Ire Irowt cauga aadi niitaesa ut the chest ss ever I was, and caa sear suite lUauucllv. Sly taruat haaheeaweUaauul tare ainalas. the cure of which haa area eBeetad eatueiy ay the use ai yuan Sarsaaarula. Xoufinead. a.ui.si tc iiu i. SANDS SARSAFAR1LLA. SC ABLET FEVER DiSARXKD OF ITS TFHRGKS. Thai daasi aad alssasisg anectioa, watch haa swap fiom lh stag al tun saaay. basa) at ta asttuceal a exiaiawcy.aad ihe aaore ssguraua aad malar af of snaav hdud. ha at ktagta aset tu haa aad aWMtw. aaa u rfecta Ihs sveawas aew turn waai ay la pesserfwl itLaiiewc at lair m to a cauu a air. Wns. Patrtck. wooWrurder, waa attacked wna ftcaiart lever, which wit her ib a areaulul state ; bar aody was evvered with parachn ef ararm erupttoas: a huts nun saenelhiBg aa a hue. aad at htaex iw awhes m aiaeae ter, saau Ua apywaraace oa the huuldr, whtrb hroa sad discharga aa ainauac vaciwute auaauiy as sw at feastv mailer ; aad aetaOes this, a lax r uaaur i waa dis tharged from the ears, af a very oMeaatv charaeter.- AlaaostdespsiriBg at ver stopptag in amaarg, inrv mad trial of S AMIS' BARM A PA KILL A. whit e1. t ed a couiptete care, the child hevasg tokea aaty bm Ue. For th a Befit f those suifrnag tram th baaeful effect of this hombi disease. Mr. Patnekwulb ptea sad t aaform aay persoa aa to th correctaaaa al uus stateaat. U they caa at hat i-oeuc ia ttxmn sxrwei. mar Fawa street aai.'t Mere aus. Ta(oUowuig vestimoial to th value af th Sarsapa- riua. as from tk Rev. Luther Wright, aged Tt years. CsfataoeaU Miauter, reaunag at Woasu-a: Woacas. Maak, .March JUS, Itete. Ilewtra. Stsos: Gealleeae Frora what I hav ex as. rieaced. ead from the aformaOoa I as recewtlv leceiv dlremisaaiMral atmasot high ratpettaliuily. who kave used your SarsaparUla. 1 ha aot th k douM butthat Hut asoat valaahas asedKiaa, sad that tae au nieruua rertuwaMs yoa hav rsceiwad iu etMaacv ar fully austaiaed by nrssissca. sad sltbough Ha reputa iMa aad aouty ar eery lilttavt, aad staad ia aa aee td mt humM effort I uacreaa Utein, I want aUwhoar ajBtcaad by thee h become acajuaiated wath the seri- Ctrvsad rowsaof year vamaota ssaincia. I am. gwatieaMB. gratatiuiy aaa verv rwspeerruiiy yours, LLTHKkt WBtGAlT. Fwparrd aad sold, wholesale sad retail, by A. B. as D. BAM Lk. Untuisls aad Chamuits, liw Kwitaa sc.. euewae ef Walla at, ew York. Moid elm by DntfiiSts geBerhiiy tBiwaghawt th I attest Mat aad th t ea ilea rrac si per hoUle; six Huttirt for a. iteceawar ia. 199 j y uw . C. bUIbOIT,. coLLBcroa aaa eBaBaat. aaaar. Ltximgttm, Kg. WILL stUaJ aromptry I ufvaaata esrtiwava a hiia wiUactaa Aaat for Ucectiuaa. aaoaay sad cioatag accuma.are. die. Charge uuMMraM. Apnl t. km RRWr BTB.4JI PCBJUITTRB rACTORT. CORSER OP MAIJJ AJJD IWniWl n aia.. xocjisviLUi. av. Wt are are oared to awaawoactar vwry aia a ww. B-, terms as (avuraht a aay other irtsslas ttWWM. Tb pru-a of th pubM wsaaw Ud. . . . -.. .-A vw. WAirTeo. Cherry, w tinut. syceauw. ' r Luasher. trsrotv. Aug. tf. t. m. m . "7'