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A" , i..... tv t-rnlmv of nrienee. iMllu""" ' ..the n'u"' T - - f.. I" i It it C'UIO - " ei Iialinw,d of all. a race erf i,:. " iniLier in stature, firmer in I)-"11" The minikm npcciiuena of the easl on dwindling and Upeiing . I fluid. would Teasceuu to mail ' ..11 BUM .- . ;!BM" ....k.wi Just in proportion as uie . bow po ,o -V. w I l..l.l 11 " . . . !" . . " 1 I l 1- disease, insanity, and untimely fn'in among men. uonsumption :'. 1 . i. t would oe conMuuuuon in 9 i imii- LU C'' r wonder tlat the Common School (,:u CourifcU wheu such an intel kft 'jJLui iiastae. are consecrated to rtH V 'J1 i w tlie European theory, men are fltr, some to toil and earn, andenjov. According xo ine a;- ... .!... aU are io nave an equal ti.eorv.all are to have en'-' : fi,.r they earn. The latter tends iJ condition; the former to the g roest u ,-' i-ritj t.y any Christian t tand.nl rf;T. . ftn ,ny on hesitate, for a ...1 '.h ..f Ikia tr ..-ill r. i B,Ef:l"J.M ft amount of humau welfare; aud t J s s lt)- mor, conformable to the viA.1 ,' European theory ia tlmd to v . Kututrs the hujhebt glory, u wen as uie .',4ful of that hich bhould be their . ' uan auJ proud or that ujuca eon ' 9 iriu-rininvDA (vikkiu. naiur. ' t ttts t4 humanity, loo im nans- I - Till' riil "1 ih i.irndiJ treasures, the rolden l-"1- ,n ihToirof Loudon, or in ,,k'xct. each "an India in lUelf," " 7"R.Mft,ls around are dying oraUrvation; . . .riiinn br combined r -p:;ioii aua negiecii m pieseui jjl.-eUiideoncealaall the glories of the . Tt.e brilliant coueeption which I . T.IWU. " ... ii-aieBaUoualityof Ureat Britain a a ''TTa Uoe nia-iveand grand propor "j r u aitJ and adorned by the four hun-J-"f ..'j i'flj iy c'ortintliian columnaof the aru t i,umeJ iuto a Uithing aud a tcorn, a V VLoU the five millionsof paupers that i j'hner at its base. The gallwnea and f . 4 p" i;i Vefcaille. the Louvre of I'aris, her V'.'aum.-. aud her . Madeleine, though muJti- t.V'auJ in numbers and in brilliancy, ! ' ''c'u-i axneujent for the hundred thousand '"" without bread and without :k Var CEUeneof painting and of sculpture, 4-V.iie at "Munich, or at lVesdea, which body u ' '"uie'd-'iiest ideals evci executed or ever " lul " lo'nt,t)n ln tne sWut uf HL.vrii uJ of all gi-od men, while actual ,r t-iuft. heinrttliat have hearts to palpi- u-'f "laJnen'cstoasaniae.and r.tleettons to be t U.ol oi corrupted, ate expennieiiUng, ail t'il ieic, u(Ma tlie capacities of humau na-v'-?t ;W wS'nng and for wn. Where standards Lti'irie nut, J re upheld by council and (vu rt,!'? fasUou aud Ly law, Ckrittimnitg ii yrl t,idiicot td. At least, i is ?t to be applied ;a -:Swtiieto Uie aotial condition of men. V: r a -'i'Jon. as a State, should trace itself to a d.f.e.ent Jiu'-n, and propuwto itself a ditttrent ifci Iu ;:arue hould be lighted at the skies. K rj.ii::Krii:i it an ith should reach the iarl.r-U.i- v.e coldest a!odes of men. It should e tl.r .-Uun if such problems as these: Tj wu! ti.catcaacoiiipelencedi-place pauper mt' II aearly caa we free ourselves from the 'n'W.m;u-ed and the ticious; not by their ei-pi-.r.i.ji, iut bf their elevalionf To what t'.uu! ca;i U.e resources audpoers of nature be evOVt:.t-l human weltare; the peaceful arts J ;.;t '.: i.Hanir!, and the vast treasures of hu n.a ; e: aJfcvnius te developed? How much t' vic:. :j, in al! its forms, can be reliered; or, a U-Uer than Telief, how much caa be prfe'tcJ' Cannot the classes of crimes be it'??, an i lit nun.ber of criminals, in each t., u..ii Qislied? Our exemplars, both for jt'c i:J t. r priva'e imitation, should be the f a t.it of l! e lost sheep and of the lost piect ol .. Tt. Whf n we !.ave spread competence through i aiw in' pmer'y; heu we have sub :.:cj k..o.tL'e tot iuurance, in the minds o: if ahcie jiruple; w hen we have reformed the v.-a-. l riaimed the criminal; then may vr.av'.e i- ntirLU.nn nations to behold the s.'.jcif, anisay to them, in Uie conscious ela-t-'t df T.-ur, "Keice with me," for I have I. .a: :!.a: 7.ich was lost. Until that day shall i-rve.ou juues will not wholly be fulfilled, and en.: a'l.l.Uon will have new honors to win." nave, petr.aps, already transcended our but t r the sake of the noble cause for Villi M:. Maun so fenrentiy plead, we must tJ. v. cou-!u.Mun of his Report: "h. il.r,ne:y wise were our Pilgrim Fathers, w-ea iLry miw, mat u they cotild give iimlfcVf and virtue to their children, they gave tfta aJ M.cn. onder and admiration seize a e :er.ect upon the vastness of the results '.,. .tr.fii udum wrought out from the scanti er o! resources. 1 hey have taught us the great nyM, an u:e tiercest elementa obey, and how tnu!t oUlrate and intractable of nature's wUi e t end and melt before the power ol i-.w.n-rf, t.-.a Uie tervurs ol a saintly heroism ! : :.f. ine taught us, not only that the t mu Uie swift, nor the battle to the tr t-i.y have taught us. that the swift. & :utfc -.iii win Uie honors of Uie eoal, and U tre:i -J ti.at shall triumph in the strife, are iwM hi the soul, and not in the limbs of e-is. E.1U. tieh, to this unUUed. yet noblest iiotetty, m-e are bound to pay the homage of i i i.:t e, Ani to accept their benefactions xt..i.ije; yet neither the complacency of emmt, nrUiatof retrospection, is the frame o! muA lit !t befiU ua. H Are oar Futu res, u itrV hoi tKtirt: a futurity ranidlv '.tsUt &l i.ii us a futurity, now fluid ready, a- cat u. Uie hands of the potter, to be moulded X fo nt of beauty and excellence; but, so Mn a- itn-ac.ies our hands, so soon as it receives li ap:e f our plastic touch, whether this iaict i -r ;uod or for evil , it is to be struck into 'u am.iit if the unchanging and unchangea- jaio wuoee lorm and likeness shall !aLim u,i flovnng futuntyf Of Mammon? j.ixa' or or JesuaT ti.an the eastern exparue, It stretches through inir'y utgreea of longitude, one twelfUi part of kuimuiiicutc oi io cmoe. nail tlie popU' l.i;..n t . - - . 1 1 ""u" wiiuucniai curote mi(jnt be tians piameu io it, liiid subsistence on it. aud leav room to bparc It is now a waste, more du ary than UewjlaUon itself; fr it w filled only with kavai;e hfb. Yet soon wiU every rood of its sur face be explored by Uie centrifugal force ol lit Saxon soul, and w hatever of vegetable wealth is fprcid upon it, or of mineral wealth is garnered beneath it, will be appropriated by the vehemence oi onion enterprise, otiail this nw empire wider than that of the Ptolomies, and almost as extensive as that of the Caesars, be reclaimed to hiirnnnily, to a Christian life, and a Christian history; or shall it be a receptacle where the a v. arice, tne pronigacy, and tha licentiousness of a corn pt civilisation shall cast it criminals and ureeti its monstersr it it is ver to be saved fwm such a perdition, Uie Mother State nf ihi. I' ii icn, those Statta where the institutions tf learning anu religion are now honored and cher ished, inui,t send out their t allowing influences to ledeein :L And if. in Uie benignant Providence oi uw.meireeoi raradise is avei to be planted and to flourish in this new realm; if iU branches are to spread, andiU leaves to bii scatterl fr.r the healing of the people; will not the heart of every true son or Massachusetts palpitate with desire, not a low and vaiu-glorioua ambition, but such a high and holy aspiration as angels infill lm.uisi uernamemar tieungraveoupon it yixithful trunk, Uicre to deepen and expand uu lis iiiiiuoriai grow mr PreaMeat Tnrlur's IsmsiiiBral, WasiiiNeTos, March 5, 12 M. To-day at 12 o'clock, General Zachary Taylor, I'.es dent elect of Uie United Suten, delivered U the Senate and memtera of the House of Repre u-nta:ivrs of the Uuited Stales, and thousands of American citizens In front of the Capitol, the fol low in j Inaugural address: Fei.Low-CiTiziKS: Elect.' by the American people to the highest office known to our Isws, appear bere to take the oath prescribed by Uie lAMikliiuliooi mmi ia 4mmUssc wila the tint h uored custom to address those who are now as. seiubled. The confidence acd respect shown by my countrymen in calling me to be the Chief Mag istrate of this Republic ofthe United States, hold ing a high rauk among Ue nations ot Uie earth, have inspired me with feelings of the most pro found gratitude; but when 1 reflect that the oflicfl which their partiality has betttowed, imposes the discharge of the most arduous dutiea and involves the weightiest obligations,l an conscious that the position which 1 have been called to fill, though sufficient lo satisfy the loftiest srabiUou, is sur round by tearful responsibilities. Happily, however, in Uie performance of mv new duties, I shall not be without Uie co-operation of the legislative and judicial branches of Uie . Government, which present prominent examples ol distinguished civil attainments and matured expe- rienct; sua it snail ot my endeavor to can to my assistance in the tiecutiv departments, indi viduals whose talents interity, and purity oi character, will furnish ample guarantees for Uie faithful and honorable discharge of the trusts to be committed to their charge. With auch aids. and an honest purpose to do what is right, I hope to exfcutediligently and impartially, and for the best interests of the country, Uie manifold duties devolving uton me. In Uie discharge of these du pe, my guide will lathe Constitution, which I tiii d.iy swear to preserve, pnitect, and defend. I- or Uie interpretation of that instrument, I shall look ll the decisions of Uie judicial tribunals es tablished by its authority, and to Uie practice ot the Government under the earlier presidents, who had so Urge a share in its formation. To the ex ample of those illustrious paliiot I shall always refer with reverence, and especially to his exam ple, who was, by so m.'iny, styled the Father of fci count?. To command the anny and navy ol the United Siatet , with the advice anj consent of the Sen ale; l) make treaties, and appoint ambassadors, and ether officers; to give to Congress infor mation of the slate of Uie Union, and to recom mend such measures as he may deem necetssrr; and io lake care that Uie law shall be faithfully executed these are the most important positious entrusted to Uie President by the Conl.titulion, and it mav be expected that I shall frieny allude to the VALUAUI'K sTACT. The following abstract, which we Uks from tha Nsw York Tribune, Is well worthy of pre ervation. The statistics are, it will ba teen, from tha bast source, and possess much interest. iMllsaaies f (ha aUtlaar aa4 t'raaa mf lb IV'siliatf Blalaa far (tea Vcavr 1S48. Ws ara Indebted to Mr. Rurka. IT. S. CnrnmlasiaiiMr of Patsnta. fur the uermission to CODV from his forthcoming Report his estimates of the Population and leading Agricultural Products' oi me several bUlea for tha year 1848 aa follows: 0UIM Ml TnriMr'l FoaulaiMa fraw rwmlauw Mains.. -N. Ii... Mau... K.I.... ( unn . . Venn'! N.Y... N.J .. . Hu...l Del...., Md.... Vs..... N. V... 8. C... (Ja Ala.... Miss... Teun .. Ky-... Ohio... Id.... Ill , Mo.... Ara.... Mull.., FU.... Wu.. lwa... Teias l. of C. Oregon Total.; I7.063.3j3 60I.7S3 lUHtki syi,is 2,.'i' 37 Iln6 1.T8I.UX3 "WllHi 70,IM Ta.i.419 640.7sri :r? j,60l a.?.iti KW.2I0 779.8'.MI 119.467 tM.SS6 476.183 3S3,7UV n,474 8l.2C7 61.477 3U.!H- 43,112 "43,71 j 616,0(1) HTi,N MO,(il 3lil.UK 3H.WH 2,iW),lo 42 ", H,l0 6lo,uiu l,V9,IMi "iU 1 H-i.tXI 716, IM 6M,0i 4M,Wli 8T0 ,1100 t.9il,IJ0l) l,mi,ou) bH),IX) 5rt9,U00 2il0,lMi 420.UOO 2oO.U1 lou.uw 16U.UV 4S,0 60.U00 II.tM.0UOl itallla WkMC Siuktb Otu. M.U001 890,000 i.ono' i:,imo Wi),vl 175 .UW 4,Gtio &6,uuu 13 l.lh.01 Sl.UlU 6SD,Uil SltOO' S.OOO.OOu S.aoo.tiou: 8,aJ.i'uo, SrtU.UOli ?,imi,uuo i.&iiu.om) s,uoo,io j7U,iiwi too, 000, Oll,0tl 7jO,DOW lj.n,ion unu.tuo stt.um.ouu i.uio.uoi 12 Uill 6.M4MM0 3 J.HOU ta,vw.uoo 150.0HO 9u,ooii,i UO i;uso,0ooj tW.UiWI 5W 7U0 0UO, 65,0O 6,1jo,ooii 3,000! 9.2iio,iuii t 200,000 12,2VI,U0O 1IW ll,UOU.6il I.MM.INN) S.43o.out! 4,, 4.0110.0001 ym.um 2.HW.00O: 12,6-XII 1,A00,I) l,.JO0.0OO 7.-J0O J,0UO,Ul MfiW t.tji) 1,600,0011 l.noo.oo I. UO00UO so.ouo.ajo SOO.OMJ 6.400.OS1I 8.0U0.0J0 600,010 II. UVO.OJt l.bce"o lN.OlO IIOO.OM so.an loo.auo 6,ekXil IO.Mxi.oH 29,00(11 li.UU0.0UOl 300,000 ,oui,oa 42,000 17.000,0(10 120,0110 6,UO,UOO TJHW.OUU aou,oo ,000 00; n.oikrf tM.SOO, l,AOU,0U 16.1 l.tolll 300,uoo 36,000' 40,OU) 17, 0,0UI tM.OIN) Si.OVO uu.ooo 00 40M,WSI 2.SII0.WI0 1 ,260 .MO 3uo,imo 170.000 WI.IMMI 100,000 I IO.0OM 16,00(lj 12fi,34.i I (MkrU tuaktU Suakvk'l. Urm, SO.IOIH 3,IMI0,IIW 176.HUJ 9.600,901 I46.0OII JJ4).iM 6.WKI 91 10,001 1 600.0OU ,1,44MI.UN 3i0,0UI 9,iOS.IKIO 3,sai,oiMi l7.6no.ooo I.OOO.OIK. 9.000, (KKI 3,Hsi.0O0 2I.,(H1 16.IMI iiJil.OOO igo.ooul 8 H0O.000 270,oou 3s ooo.mo 20,000 2G,SO0,Ul i),Mi,nuo 27.000,IKO 2X.HHO.IHIO 17.NNI.ISiol I llt.GOO.HoO; 34.000 7&jiou aun' 1H,(J0 M.IIOU.OOoj rmiM. 9.000.0)101 600,U)d 4,soo,ooaj boo.oow a. MW.OOnl S.OOOJMnj 27,0(IO,lli S,ioo,ooi b. 2O0.MKJ 200.0U) 1,000,000 :u6oo,ou 3,4io,ooo, 4,200,0()(1 2j),ti 8.sno,iMn loo,osu 3,ohi,oum S,10UI biOO.OlJUl 1,600.100 ' t VILIMll AlAIMu 1,600.0001 70,O0O,IIOU I io.ooo1 4.vw.ixs4 30,000; 2W0,00oj I s,ooe.ui 310MW. MINJ,MI4 l."Ui.tita ioo,eooj SmjOOJIU ltov v0M 60.0U UkS,0ucJ 4000 SVOU, NaalM Hav. 1,300 OOS &4I.WW 7'a 000 90,9(10 61 009 l,400,nao 4,910,000 47tl.no t.ooo.uco 2.V0O0 J 30 ,(!) 430,100 140,01111 3r.IIOll M.1100 2l,0iJ 1 000 30.000 60.000 140,110 1.200,ftW MKI,0uor .rfxi.lNaj. WW.oas l.ooo.iantj JOO.OHOl fci,oool 4,iO,UJO l90,(J0 l.ou 400,000 1.UM ljO,l0 6000 "iicoj U4,476,(V1,735,(j0 Sialaa. Y PSMI Va. N.c. H.C. Ga. S la. stun. Taaaf Sal la llaaaa Taaanca 150,0011 8V.0i 0 36,0UU : StO.OOti ..... 23100,000 Vi.lJOO.OOu U .000,000 .... SJ.OUO 1 tUU.OOO 5 MO.SOo 1 tlt.OUU ' J.ftiO.OllO FaatMla liia 3,600 46,000.000 a.SOOIOUl 3!6,0i Lba. Uarl Bwaa La. less Ky. lObio. lad. III. Mo. Artels. af Ummp Taiarna. 3Sen',(to ll.Oii tb.OOO.OUO S.OOO.IIU) 4M 3,90,IMO 60O 1.340,000 7.SUO 16,b00,ilui lf-JU,()U( llnoaai .... ..m... ri-1a l'),900.fX.i 2,i!00,0(.oj IPouala I ru4 ,0OO0S 00,009,000 l,lw . , 55,000 . - noo;iioi ::tJ" Total M.Xk 8t3.9U9.C0Q 1,660.000.000 119.1M00 WI0O,0B0 (For the Louutvilt Courwi. Klavery Ola flat lea. III. Editoi: I have with aome care compiled aucne statistical information having bearing upon the emancipation question in this State, which 1 beg your permission to present to your readers. mo. 1. lie following table gives the number of voters and slaves in twenty-one counties and the number of delegates each of these counties will ba enti tled to in the Convention. Ctuntit: A.aZW. later. SUxa. Woodford I l.2to S.73H Fayette 9 2,V4 10,001 Bourbon 8 1,773 6,473 (luvtiau 8 2.11 7,0W TiMld 1 1..TK1 4,V4ki Scolt 1 l.SJfi 6,118 Bole 1 t.136 3.878 Shelby 8 2,317 6.636 Jeuaiuine 1 lQo 3,675 Harks 1 1,714 4,691 Henderson 1 1.467 3,610 Loau 2 2.016 6,070 Mrkon 8 9.W1 4 7 Madison 2 9.666 6,726 Lincoln I 1.436 3,91 a Miuilgumery 1 I.3M 2,6 (iarrard 1 1,66.1 3,221 Uldhun 1 1.073 2,294 Klmer 1 l.KT 1,972 Simpaun 1 9V4 1,704 Warren 1 2.131 3,906 2d 36,007 96,029 A Gel Easloriag HxpesIUaa. s Brae sudden aud unexplained mesementa of Col r rerooot in Uie Far VVrst, and the naeertaia aim or hia journey seern to have excited soma atten tion throughout tha country. Blany persons sup pose him lo ba is possession of information con cerning aome undiscovered placer some region abounding in precious ores, in the vast unexplo red track lying between Sew Mexioo and the fcierra Nevada. This eiciting doubt will probably soon be solved, for at the last date Col. Fremont had reached the Mountains of New Metico and was pushing forward with all haste into Uie un known wilds beyond Uie Kio Urande. In the meantime, however, adventure are not idle, and before another month there will ba other companies upou his trsck. One is st present be "rganiied in this city, to march frois Cor out Christie, Texss, to faso del Norte aud ttience to the liead-waters of the Gila, where tha genuine LI Dorado I he store house of the Arte Krnpe rore is supposed to be situated. Ore of the principal promoters of this expedition is dr. Web ber, author of "Old Hicke, the Guide,' who is already (amiliar wiUi the border life of Texas. There will be much adveuture connected vilb such an expedition, and Uie result might prov of great importance to science and antiquarian t-seaich, if not to the natural wealth of the county. ol the least interesting festure of the California ex citement will be the geographical divoveries made by exploring parties in search of niw wtuih ines and diggings. X V. Tribune. NO. 31. Siiiy-Mm counUe which ill he entitled to an agf resale delegaUor.il lite lnoenuoil w wry nine, nave 71,914 oler, ami 4o,94Jlavea. VO. III. Whole number of counties 99 A (treeate number ol Delegates In Convention .. Hal Whole number ol Voters 141,620 Do do Slaves 192,470 From these three tables we find that about one. principles which shall control tie iu their execu- MM of the whole number of counties in Kentucky uon. Chosen by Uie body of Uie people, under the as surance that my administration would be devoted to the welfare of the whole roui.try, snd net to the Mipporl of any particular section, or inert-1 local interest, i m is aiy renew me oeciarations i have hitherto made, and procaim my fixed deter mination to maintain, to the extent of mv ability. contain one fourth only of the voting popul uion. while Uiey have ont-iuiij oi an me sieves in me Stale. And on the other hand, fire-eittcf the whole number of counties with more than one-hatf of Hie vi'liur population comam less tlian one- fvurt h of the slsves in the Slate. Ten counties, viz: rayetie, jenerson, unristian, Shelby, Uourbon, Woodford, rladison, Scott, Lo- - - l . , . .1 o-. oen the Oovernment ia its onginsl punty, and to sdopi gsn, and rveison nsve in uie ajrrgais, as the basis ol my pub.ic polic y Uiose great Kepub-1 ers, ana oa, iuu Bimt-ii. lican doctrines which consti tute the strength of our national existence. In reference to Uie army and navy, lately em ployed with so much distinction in active ser- 4ae, cava ahall takaa to sseura Iha hghMl coudition of edicieucy; and in furtherance of Uivi object, the mililsrv and naval schools sustain ed by Uie liberality of Congress, shell receive the especial attention of Uie Executive. As American ireemeu, we cannot out sympa thize in all efforts to eend the blessings of civil and lohtical liheriy; but at the same time we are warned by Uie admonitions of history and Uie voice of our own beloved Washington, to abstain from all entangling alliances with foreign nations. Li all disputes between conflicting Governments, it is our interest, no less than our duty, to remain perfectly neutral; while our geographical posi tion, the genius oi our institutions, ana our pso- Ten eouiiiie", vix: Mason, Todd, Barren, Clarke, Boyle, Garrard. Green, Henderion, JeHaamine and Warren have J8.&.J voters, ana j,ujo sieves. Ten counties, viz: Italian, Johnson, i-eioner, tawrecce. Owslet. Ferry, Pike, Breathitt, Wbit. N and Morgan risve uwi, snd l.orz slaves. Ten counties, vii: KukscII, Campbell, Clinton, Carter, Edmonson, Gravaon, Msishail, Floyd, Lau rel, snd Lewis have 9,153 voters, snd 2,51 iilaies. The find twenty embraces Uie counties having the greatest, and Uie second twenty those having tlie smallest number of slaves in the Stale. Woodford county has more slsves in proportion to her voting population than any olhet county nearly 5 elaies to every voter. Johnson county has fewer slsves than any oU-cr Uie proportion being 77 voters to I slave. I propose st so ire future time, with your per mission, to draw some inferences from these (acta llUUf SUV taw va v w a au v u a, oauaa t vaa arvv- lata a' pie, (he advancing spirit of civilization, and abov and upon them lo lae an sppesl to that porUou of all U e doctrines of religion, direct us to theeulti. th slsveholders in Keutucky, who are prompted vstion ofpesceful and friendly relations wiUi by a supposed pecunUry interest to oppose the all other powers. It ia to be hopedthet no inter preKent emancipation movement. 11. nalicoal question can soon arise wiucn a oovern- I , . . . menl, confident of its own s jength, and resolve! Tn Piblic Laiiis.-Slatement showing the to poiect its own just rigbU, may not settle by pet centage upon the nett proceeds from Uie Sale wise negotiations; and it eminently becomes a , by , d, in ohio Indiana .Illinois. Miesouri, Government like our own. fo unded on Uie morali ty snd intelligence of its citizens, snd upheld by theii srTectioos, to exhaust every resource ot hon orable diplomacy before appealing tc arms. In Uie . r . - . A . ' 1 L . II t . - concuci oi our r oreisn naus. i snsu coniorin io these principles, as 1 believe them essential to Ue best interests and the true honor of the country. The appointing power vested in tha President, imposes delicate and onerous duties. So far as it is possible to be informed, I shell make honeity, capdcitv. and fidelity, indisnensible requisites lo theDeslowal of offices, and Uie absence of either of these qualities shall be deemed sufficient cauie for removal. It shall be my duty to recommeuJ such Consti tutional measures to Congress as may be neces sary snd proper to secure encouragement and proiection to Uie great interests of agriculture, commerce and manufactures; lo improve our rivers and harbors to provide for Uie speedv extinguish- i . . , .. . . "(..eai.anl more clesr, out of the dimness of mert of the public debt to enforce a strict sc- Alsbana, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Aikan sas, BLicnigan ara jowa,io wnicn vnese siaies were entitled upon their admission into Uie Union, with Uie amount paid, the amount reserved to be expended under the direction of Congress, and Uie amount actually so expended A mount or the Five per rent FsnJ to ha expended foe the heneCl ol the Males or ins tarms of simiaatoa into tlie riwm S6.848JNS9 77 Amount actually paid to the State Authori ties i&xs.nsi w Amount of Two percent lobe expended by t4MiTTeas la csnarriMUng roads lo ine ute reserved from Uhio, Indiana, 1111- uSf and Missouri SI .343,931 81 Amounts appropriated ly various acta 'of Congress for the comtrucuoaoi ine I unineriuui Koad rrom loon io lolri.reinbursableoutoflhetwo percent Fuml f-j33,236 17 '.mt, emerge, to the vwion of faith, Uie cou xubility on Uie part of all officers of tha Gcv-0r whsih were eindedF ho-u of Uie fenerations that shall suc- ' Thee gcneraUons are to stand in our pa. to te called by our names, and to accept ir:tage of joy or of woe, which we shall be t-exi tLem. Si,all they look back upon us, with 'Wa-on fur our wisdom and beneficent fore-t--. with shame at our selfishness and de ff-i-ricy? Our ancestor wr nnl.U pumnW eminent, and the utmost economy in all public ex- peu litures. Uut It is tor the wisdom oi Congress itself, in which all legislative powers sre invested. by 'he Constitution, to regulate these and other alters of domestic policy. I shall look wiin eouhoence to tne enlighten ed patriotism of that body, to adopt such mea sures of conciliation as may harmonise con- Biding interests, and tend to perpetuate list I River, in Marvland. Ylrtinia In Ohio Is Indiana la luuwis Pennsylvania and Pr ass KUJaaslrs-Arrlfsl aflha Orenaa. Tlie brig Kainbow. Cant. MaiiktirM haa arriH from Kio Janeiro, wheace she sailed ou lh 3d ulL The aleamer Oregon was just passiug into Uie har bor when aha came out The Oregon saied from this poit, it will he remembered, on the 7u or De cember, and hss therefore made Uie voys'e in 27 dsys. " 1 he brig Flora of Baltimore was wsituctoret out psst an American fleet bound to the Coast; the Commodore was determined to Uks her U she persists in poing out; he hss guard boats tow ing around her all merit, and the brir PermiuxitsJ outside ot her. There were a iiumher ol vesvcls intending to go to the Cost, but the Cunlnoc'ore has fustraled Uieir designs. , Freights are dull 6o cts per bag for Coffee to Uie Slates. The ship Iowa and Massachusetts left m ih IA for California, after tsking in provisions sod bal lahL lliey were saluted by the Brandrwine coins out. - - - There was a large aupplv of Flcar ia Market- sod ne sale. The ship Columbia was thervUkiog in freitehL There are a j-real many German vs sels iu port taking in freights very low. T J laige u i en i r ii snips were ia Xing up to go around la vxi psraise to load at low rales. There were but fw American vessels in port. i ue nainoow nss me letter-naps or the Brandy wine aud Massachusetts on board. TblrtlsU ( aageeas eeoa1 iieaslrsw WasHt kotos, Feb, T 189. SENATE. Memorisls snd petitions were preeented by Messrs. Reverdy Johnson. Hale, Cameron and Dor-land. Mr. Jefferson Davis, submitted Uie follow irg re port: The committee appointed on Uie psrt o( the Sen-1 erly belonged to Uie next Congress. ste, jointly with the committee on the p-n or uie Mr. McCiem-ind said that If tha hill want fcnm the House wuh this section, tha Senate, ao doubt, would reject it, as they did soma years ago Uie Uregnn bill, with a similar proviso. Ha spoke of ma uuij a) vongrcas io provide governments lor uie people oi trie territories. Seversl sineodiiKuU were offered, and soled down; snd Iheu the question wss taken on that of ii. aswyer, io suike out the wumot proviso. It aid not prevail ayes IW, noes 104. Jlr. Preston offered a substitute for the bill to enable the people of all the territory acquired Kom AKxico to torm a State Government. This received but one rote io iu favor Mr. Cayle, of m. ui course ine substitute wss reiected. lbs committee rose, when the bill which had been considered wss reported to Uie House with but two verbal amendments. U ia nearly the time in its provisions aa Uie bdl which was psssed fot vi vgun. Mr. Mesde moved to lay the bill on tha table, but the motion did not prevail yeas 86, nays l'J7. The bill was passed yeas 136, nays 87. Mr. Mesde reported a bill to eauWlish a branch mint of the U. States at San Francisco, on bosrd of the U. S. ship Pennsylvania, which shall be sent out for that purpose. Tlie House went into Committee ot the Whole on Uie sute of the Union, snd proceeded to the consideration of the bill establishing a Territorial Government for New Mexico. The first section fixes Uie boundsries, and give to Sew Mexico the territory between the Nueces and the Bio Grande. Mr. Vinton Offered an amendment, with a viw of giving Texas a right to be heard In defence of ner cuim to that territory. A debate sprung up, and without Uking a vote, Uie Committee rose and the House adjourned. - WasnmeTOR, March 4, 4 P. M. KENATh. Iu the SensU to-day. Mr. Uadcer presented tha resolution ot the Legislature of lbs State ef Moria Carolina, concerning slavery and Southern in ter es i ana inuittuiioue. Mr. Green, of Khode bland. Introduced a reso lution respecting Uie extension f slavery la tha new territories, snd protesting against tha easioca ol whipping in Uie Nsvy. i ne cirui-nuaisoi .Tir. morioa, ue newry aleet ed Senator from Florida, were presented, and he was atwruw ia aad toaa. aii j . . A bill mskiiii provWiona aor tha aavmaalfa horses tssed In the mil I ury service oithe L'aitad Stales wss passed. The Sun ding Comniltees war discharged from the farther consideration of various subjects. The bill seulin Uie claims ef New HavDehjra sgainst tha foiled Sutea wss passed. Mr. Benton reported a bill lor a neat railroad. to tm constructed from St. Louis to th Pacific. The senate meets hereafter at 11 o clock. Th President oflh Seaat will vacate hia neat to-morrow al 1 o'clock. HOUSE. In th evenine session of th House yesterdsv. tha bill lo sppoint a Commissioner and Surveyor of th Mexican boundary line was considered. Mesas r. Sachenck, Truman Smith, Aahmunand Woodward expressed the opinion Uist Ui Presi dent had exceeded hia authority and power in ap pointing ssid officers, as he baa done, before au thorized by Isw. Messrs. SUunton snd Harrslson coutended that ample authority was (ranted Uie rresident to act ua this matter, by the Constitu tion. The bill, after further discussion, wss passed. Washibotob, March -8 P. M. SENATE. Mr. Butler reported a bill relative to Uie holdine of Circuit Couru in Kentuck y. 1 be bill lor the remitting of duties noon import ed goods consumed st the greet fire in New xork, occupied the morning sessiou, which was discus sed st length, snd Uie bill was finally Uid oj Uie uaie. Yesterday the Naval sppropristion bill was pas sed. It contains s provision to expend fU.UJU for Uie completion of Port Gibson, Atk. . HOUSE. The morning session to-day was engaged in the diM-ussiou of the bill for the payment of the claims due to cillzensof the U.S. by Mexico pre vious to Uie War. Messrs. Smith, of Conn.; Stanton, Collsmsr, Evans, of Md.; snd J. K. Ingersoll, participated in Uie debate and in favor, of the payment of the claims. WasniacroM, March 3, 8 P. M. SENATE. In Uie Senate to-day, Mr. Atchison presented th credentials of his colleague, Mr. Nonis, who was qualified and took his seat. A report was received Irom the Secretarv of ths Treasury, communicating information respecting in tnage asues on pauisn vessels. A bill, making provision for tha payment of du ties direclW into th Treasury, wss passed. Mr. Bright presented th credentials sf his col lesgue, Mr. whitcomb, who, on uking lb requi site oath, took his sest. A bill for the extension of th teven laws, snd collecting districts, was reported by Mr. Ash round. A resolution authorizing a butt o! ths Hoc John Q. Adsras was passed, and subscribed by tne lueioucis. - . - WsBisT&, Mar. 4, 6 P. M. senate; On motion of Mr. Atherton, the Appropnstioo bill for Uie General Post OrTice, was Uksn up snd considered. A motion lo stUch Mr. Nile' emendmenl, in favor of cheap posuge wss refused, and Ui bill wss then passed. Mr. Douglass, of 111., presented th credentials of Gen. Shields, and moved in justice to ail con cerned, that they be referred to the Judiciary com mittee, to enquire into th eligibility of Gen. Shields to th U. S. Senate. Mr. Mangum proposed postponing th subject until Gen. Shieldszshould appear to Uke his oath of office. He remarked that th question prop- COMHIRlltL. BAGGI5G A!tD ROPE. The market lor Vest sta ples coauaass Am, sad pitces hsvs sees VlVaaceJ. kougk Uiersis as material sVuiasd br eaaMtmpnol.-. Ws bear sf s few aga askes oa mdcis, a UilSc.. aad !.. aud, a we M iuu plcecs. and 100 coils at tc). asd 7,;. Tks recaipts U.u wack an trn. and 7SS cons. Traiupmeata amount to 3t pieces sastaseoiis. Th stiicks oa hand are ,lC6pisss, sad 4.405 taiui. COTTOS AND C0TT05 TAR5S.-Tsa stocks at Cotte now oa hand an sot modarau. Pnees sr & at, We fiioUsssls aiails a FriJar Last of CO tales Fair Ala bams, si Oc, fnionthi; also a Ml yesterday of s Ogl.t lot al 6ic. Rscsifta this wsck ) bales. W TwKa at 4a64c, for very mrertor to talraBarlliei. Cotton Balling we ouute st 7Ja8c. CnUoa Yarsa are U lair demaad, snd we quote sales st 64. (4 and 7 e, for th duT-rrst Bombers, la lotij reUil ulcs to the t ountn si t. 7. and Sc t'OKJI M KAL W's auota by the bushel at 4os4dci st the aulli for Xila-drtcd tl as per bbt. LOAL A.-tD WOtJD-Ths market is toUrsbif weD tuppUed with Pittsburgh Cost Retail sales we auutt st tU13c Sales of Wheelisg aad Pumeroy Coal st 9sl0e. Sales of good Wood from wsoss at prices flu uk A.lU t.RAI5-Ws hssr ef ao material va riatMHVs ia th Flour Market, and tlx ret sipla coallau light. Holders, however, are quit firm at the prsvaiJisg rates. Th receipts this week ar 1.161 bote. Wsaaot sales Of 77o SMS nuurst 3rt. We qooU sales from stores, ia light loU, st t 10; retail aalra at t 8'm4 SO. waest commaada 75a 77c. Light saitt of Cora st 273nc from (tores. Sales of Oats st 2Ua3Si la sscka. GROCERIE.S. Market Arm, wUkUrrs recetatsaaJ aajpls atocka. Receipts this wwtk f 777 Bads. M bbis. ns Sugar) f79 bus Motasses, snd J.011 bags Coffee, aatssaurhii ths wsek af 6S bags Kia Cofles st SfiTs. ws quota retail sales at Cfa7c,as per quality, 4c Light stlsssl3vCSoaratl0talS(C Lagans at 7a7c, Good fcgsrssr arasi sales surtag th wek f 610 aluUal 44.41.4 sad T-lOe, sad slaw sales st sc.- Tk ereat- rrttonftasalwr to g te Pttlsbsrrt. Ws We aaotobytha bHst4sA4. Wt auots Loaf. Oarl- Reaas Sagar at 7al0s fur th tuTsraat Havsaa Sugar la bass w wa auus sales at 330 sans a, la lots, at aaots. Hutirta a aluisases wequsx st accss- awg la aaaaxr. Cases as in (atr desssad. We wwii ssles to lots a ?. BscsipU this week 33 sobss. Rtc Is la fair aeatsad for retail ssksi taa stack ia We east sates st 32a4Jje ktlM P. W hear af acsslea. HaUm sr aakiag la as gl30al4O pevtaa. Ts ioUowMciafiaaiUa Boatua Shippuig List of lbs last dais: Ths aaarfcat is arm ae aw-ratW.aa( va hav -l an BtksBaicsaaibOBTtoa, aaoaths. Theitoca sow ia araalL LKAD A5D SHOT. Th demaad Is limited with a receipt. Ws quota Missouri bar La ad st ifajc; aala of Bar Lead rrom stores at 4a3c ; tale of Pig Lead from stores at 44a4c; Ksatucky Pig Lead is held at tc. Shot ws quota st 1 30al 35 per bag. and Arm. PKOVISI053 A5D L.tRD.-Thers Is a fair demaad forPork.butholdersareuawUUngtosellat pnees offer ed. W hear of retail sales of Mess Pork st flu. Liht recaipU aud aalat ot Baoun from the country, at 41lrc, bog rousd. Sales from stores st 6a3c, for Clear rhdra, and 6c for Hama ia caaka. Fair tales af Lsrd st StsGc. TOBACCO. Tbeie a s good demand, wiuinereaaog receipts. Good leaf aod dry Tobacco is stares sad commands Koch higher figures than the bsssI rates The sales st Todds wa it bouse dtnag Ihsweek have sauMuited to 81 bhds, st th following prices: Firats, lis 15 06; Secoads, $323 Vi; Coamoa $2f7 90; &y, 1 80 to t . Tks sales st th Plasters' warehouse amount to 43 hh is, ss follows; Finti, t 7a. "; Sec. oads3 13a4 00; Common, 2 Xf2 90s fl 70a ft 30. WHISKY, Ac-Sales Thursday test o(S60MMsKaw Whisky, at ths wharf, at 16(al6c. Sales Hatur lar of 173 bote, at tGJal7c. Sales yelerilav of 9u3 bbl. at 1'4 16e; a Uglit sale tOMlsy at Kc. V quote sales of rev- Uhsd rrom stores st UjalGc. Tba rsceipu this week srs S38 bbls. We hear of sales of new Peach Braad, from th country at 60c per gallon; sales from stores at 638764. Holders af aid Peach sre demanding (lal ii per gallon. Common Brandy 35c per gauoa; French Brandy 1 al 60 per gallon. Sl,901,9!7Bt 8.UHI.OIH 96 1,136.009 00 746,11X1 UU House of Representative, to wail on Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore, and notify them of I ineir election as President and vice president ot Uie United Sutes report: Thst they bsve performed the duty assigned them, and that the President elect, in signifying his accepUnce of Uie office to w hich he bad been chosen by Uie people, evinced emotin of Uie proioundeetgTBtiiude, and acknowledged hia dis trust ol his ability to fulfill the expectations upon which their confidence waa based, but gave as surances of a fixed purpose to admimstrr lli gov eminent for Uie benefit and advantage of the whole j country. In alluding to the fact to which hia atotion had been drawn, that th chairman of the committee presented a public body, a majority of vhom were opposed in political opinion to the Presidsnt elect, snd accorded with that majority be recog nised in it the deference to Uie popular ill consti tutionally expressed, on which, rests tk strength and hop ol th Republic, and he said it was to have been expected lrom the Seuate ol Uie United States. He expressed n srdent wish thst h might b AGENTS FOR THE EXAMINER. Rev. Wat, Genu, Christianburg, Ky, Milto &TS.VHS0, Geereetown, Ky. J. M. McKim, 31, N. Fifth sc.. Philadelphia. Jossr-H Fish ia, Chester, Vt. Beck sr. a 4. Canmrr, Lafayette. Ia. J. Baldwin, Bethany, Va. Glo. ScaasoaocoH, Owansboro, Ky. C. C. EvikTS, Utica, N. Y. D. M. Dcwst. Arcade Hall. Rochester. N. 1 Htwsr CHifis.Canandaieua. N. Y. r iixiasaoi, commercial Buildings, oapenor St., Cleveland, Uhio. D. NiiDBaa, 13, Cxcnangs it, tlaflalo, N. I. II. Bsbclst, RasseUville, Ky. Rev. Hooria Catwa, Moaat Morris, Illinois. Hon. A. W. GaaRasi, Bowlinj-reen. Ky. Wm. GaaMrrr, Glasgow, Ky. C. II- BaaxLXT, Lexington, Kentucky. J. B. Russctx, Gaxett Office, Cincinnati, O. Wm 4i Porrxa, IS Sut street, Boston. Euas Smith, 142 Naasaa street, Nsw York. P. II. Cohsnt, Smithland, Ky. LIT EB ART ROTICK. mHX eigkteesU asaasl sxhibruoa of th Cnioa Liter I sxy Society of Hanover Collrre, Haaover, la.. anU bskeld in the College Chapel, SB Wednesday vcaiag, SHih Bast. Th Society would respactfully ISTtte her own frieads, ss wsU ss those of the laatituUoa and of Literature ia general, to attaad. Kaerciaea toeommeacsat 7 a'fc.otk, P. 11. By srder of the Society. 1L K. THOMAS. Jr., March 10-2w Cor. Sec. U. L. S. ILLl'STBATKD ST.tnD.4BD POsTII. A , OOMVLBTB ASD aXSOAST aflTIOM OF THE POETICAL WORKS OF THOMAS MOORE. (Collected ly ii'ms. eivHRtea volumes of th Kngush Kditio. complete ia U. obs BaadsonM Svo. volums. llluatrated wuh seve ral rplsadid Btesl Eagravuigs, and a fin Portrait M the S B able in any degree to assuage the fierceness of wss reiected 95.) i party, or tamper with moderation the conflicts of I tered) but all war Mr. Douglas then withdrew his notion. A bill waa introduced reoninne all revenues of the United Sute. to be paid directly into lb Treasury; which was passed. Mr. Urirtit. of la., presented me credential ot (Jen. Whitcomb. A bill for the extension of th Revenue lsw over California, esublishing collection districts. r&tcsof collection, &c; alter some consideration ws laid on the Ubie. The Senate then adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The substitute offered by Truman Smith, of Conn., for th bill, providing fot th claims of Antericsn citizens sgainst Mexico, according to the treslv. was considered aud finallv passed. Sir. Wentworth. Of LL. moved to add th Sen- 1 are aa ssstiy sao aa snsni as ids isoecu utai peopia ins ale's amendment to th Appropriation Ml, attach- Sarf,TMU- M i,Mluu iaxasr..e. ing the Wilmot proviso; which motion was teject- Tku(nu Moon aocueaOoaAblr stUiaed tbs hish- Cd Dy,yeasov; nays SSj. w repuutioa as a lyric poeu lotrsce. A motion was than mad to amend Mr. W SIX- both o( Uraucht and ilicuua, ia easv. fluea! wit. ui bmI- eri amendment for the provisional government of ody, ta bruuaney ot fancy. ia warmth sad depth of sea- r.i;(nnia h anlotitiif lia nrA.mn nf ITW? I bsasnt. ao oa is superior ta Moore; his calesnted sad th framework which unite Uera hsve bees coin I pared latba'Kduibarfh Kevisw.'ta luur hrautUulpsails v I jutnea togctnr y s tarcaa w sus sua goiu. Tkisisth first complete Amencs sdiuos or tlus standard post published is s handsome sad ea dunnt furai. " Happioets of natur and feucrty of genius are ths pre smlnent characteristics of tba Bard of Kna. Every thing Uvea, moves sad speaks ia hu poetry. Histkoughls KX"The Union pub lishes the official copy of Uie ratified PoaUl Treaty between th United Sute and Great Britain. Ratifications were exchanged is now a law. The rat of a alngl letter from Hew York to London will, in future, b 24 cents, made up aa follows: United Bute inland postage ft cents. Sea poataira itmun ibisbu postage.. ................ IS cents, 3 cents. . - . .. -, . u IC Ll Ii iiicitiui rbii nun ui -r;f pr-iu.io aai. i -- we tfnoble examples to our poa- Union which should be Lbs paramount object of st London on the 26ih of January, and th treaty -'T TliMr aava fmm ,... . - a . l. . 1 1 I . ... n-., I. . ....... a . ,u . T I , w I Hvin. uu . ..wmv. a. . , m. .wm J I ' S.iihu,d 1 rnm i.ir .r.i.....l I ... I .r . j, .uauuauLci aA ua uuv pan n necessary to promote an ooject so oiour hrieage. Let us remember that gen- nrarth heart of every on who truly love hi J:!- , fobemeMured by the largeness of cosnlrr, I will xealoualy unite with theco- J j . 1 m,n mT'i'. but by the small- ordinate brancbe of th GoversmenL m sum wnich remains to him after hu In conclusion, I can congratcuate my fellow 111 rememriet thai (ha (,rtiina.nr mi, v. v.:-t. ...... ,.r i- ,A,.v,:..w jif vvuhm.w. vua CIU2CUS, WJ Might BiaiV VI UIVBLJC11LJ W 1111.14 J7fj' tlf their defendants, ban; upon the goodness of Divine Providence baa conduct-u-TL I' )t . OUI fovtine were stspendd ed our common country. Let us invoke a con- ttd I P"1 ,"th'rs- Deeds survive tin iance of the same protecUng car which 't IS Uie hieheht snii mrv&t nhilmannhir. I 1.1 rpr,m small hairinninn l.itha afninanra. ths asserted brevity of human life is a which we this day occupy, and let ua seek to de- 'ugh in ur own iuternal department sUOIi. TL art Mlliama kna..k. V.& k.aJ IL.I : ..L..Ja......J maiI..a I I ii' - aaaaaBBsSsBMislWSSaaa- II LhMt a-, a,- -s-sao, uuw(;ii iuc nuu i itifyc lOtl UAIII UHUaVUUV Uj lUUCUCO IUU aUUtiClal Qir sTfUS- a B Sa I ,tiJ UU WUUUblsO WMI AS.-t-V4 aSbteViBaUSaai BjV ua ot our LxxiiHs Klnwn iraniif K I : 4..ia. A.er. r i viMuauie UIUICHVCQWI uwiimii VJ wv uiwiuui- Total it cents. If ewtpapers S casta each, ta ad vases. A great reform ha at last been completed, and hop lo sec it followed by anotrut qslry the . na.J mingled with the wsves, the force -alion and nractice of just and liberal princl ji jut jue snail have imnressed urxin the ma. ni and he an enlarged natnotiam which shall i i K - i o " audwa-k tting,'lU continue iu momentum, I acknowledge no limiU but those ol our wide-1 Ltpjunesiof L.m n- . ,U r"' uPn character and Bpread Republic. n ye fortunes of our children alone, ti' ch'Mren'" children, are dependant upon The influences of our conduct extend out, ... ' PC' onwa rd in tune. We , (a;im Ths Ear pa 'a Mws aad th Mark els. Th fallowing is from th Bait. Sun, of th 2'ith i nil: The ad vices by th steamship Rurops srs universally a,.i.. .... . . lasniltedto on in rao mtoii wr in ramHKaiii Urxed Ti ' urcu uaa jusi em- ,,, tlua.iai world, that have bees received for s long u UDtin TllP err. n.l .1 - . . . I . , . : . i ..... . . . am"-fc rapciiiiicui ciri yei i rinie. i h oiiuhcw iui aatcncia piww-i sovl besluiy. tolOMl wss in urge uemaiMi, ana ai im priving pnts. Bieadfturra had becoma firmer, snd wer in better request, snd provisions generally were selling more freely. The following table sbowt ths priest of American produce st the time of tlie sailing ol the Ki rops. comiered site tlie prices or Ue isms article at UK aaiung u toa piafara,iwo waesx previwun: Among the acu vanea, and Uierefor become laws of the nreaenl Com resa. we ss with ols- ure, one spproved on Uie 24ih insL, gt'fisg years half pay to the widows snd orphans ol every officer, non-commissioned officer, snd privste. who served during tne Iste war with jlexico, snd was bonorsbly dischsrged, or continued in service to Uie time of bis death, and who death was in consequence of wounds received, or "disease contracted ilhin Uie line of duty." The appropriation for the MiliUry Academy, this year, embrace th following among other items: A. . I . -"Pu upon esrtli; the experiment of the okin,i for the wise and righteous remoieut of themselves. Fearful are the is- .men haruj upon thetriel; but few and eim Pfletine iU result The meilt, though mllarl rn T,t-r. .V .ll Ua lit i i . I ,v" "pvii tvucuur-an oiiatii yte f; and the light of day shaU continue to the earth, ihn.,, .v,. i - . ,,.a WK.I """e "hall stand which has lUOSIoLse SDd Virtue fi.rita rmin.tal tit nai we not braving the result of th expen- UV", Ul initilOUS fUinK. ,.r ,i, i..; . I v ,$1,033 et , 411,0(10 00 , 6.WKJ DO . 8.000 00 3,600 00 6,000 00 those who are only divided aa to th means of se curing the public welfare. ii said, nsvinc been reminded was nr was aboat lo oceupy tba chair one filled by Wash-I ington.that he could hop to emulate I""" only in th singleness of the aims which cnided the con duct of th man wh had no parallel in history, and bad no nvsl in the hearts cd his ceunirymen. ln conclusion, b annonnced hi rn-sdiness to Ukth osth of ofhc on the fife Marcli, proximo, stanch hour snd plsce ss might b desagnsua. And tha eoninnirea furthsr nnort. t t the VIC President, in simifvine his sJCSDtane'a of la of fice ta which he had been chosen br th people. expressed the profound sensikjity witH which he received lb announcement ot bis e-icuc,Buu said that, deeply impressed with the-' obligations which was rejected bv, yeas 89,nsysi& (This is evidently wrong, and should b 1! the motion vstious amennmenu were rlou Th Committee of the Wbol now arose and reported the bill with Walker's amendments. The vote of th House was then taken on Uie bill aa amended snd lost, yeas 106, nays 114. Mr. Ashmun ssked lor the suspension ot to rnles In order to introduce a resolution aalhoriuing the bust ol Adams, subscribed tor by th members of th House, to be placed in the speaker's room, son mr tne payment nt the expense ot in aruau sir. Jones, or lenn.,objected to It Mr. BrinceU offered an amendment to strik ont all relative to the expenses, h wss unwilling that th nam or Adams should ba sullied, or as socistad with money. Th smendment was adopt ed, and the resolution pasaad by ya 135, nays 14. Mr. Talmadr moved for th suspension of tha rule, in ordet lo Uk up the bill snlhorisinf th which it imposed, and th diutiiigai ed honor it I publishment of a brsnsh mint at Nsw York, conferred, b should do loiustlre so To I - Tba wnvisssa sami sass nails h failed to express bis grilerul tnanas .or sua n ..li..... ik.i fcL ah mild BC- HWUUCaWUUll Wl whhwcu.v, .us. " . cept th ofhoe, conscious of his wsritot experi ence, and dlSUUSlIUlOI but SDlllty IO pisciian. ita duties, nut wiin an snxious aeaira io oi u pecUlions of thoa who hsd so generausly Oonfer red it upon mm. tained. - Tha House then adjourned. Wajbuctob, March 78 P. L SOATK. In tha Senate Mr. Shields took hi sast, and th Mr. Davis, ln canclusion, submitted resolution question as to his ehgibUity wsa referred to a &- a sr. wiasi aas m "ticn n Uipious defiance of Uie conditions on I YbUow wen has decreed that the trial shall CtM9' "J:! Per F.uropa. reo. s. Flour, bbl Sfis s?7s Whest.wbiU,70 lbs 7i 3.1a 7(J red o cs ws rs Initiaa Corn, per t90 lbs. .;a sSIt 3U6dsS Per Nlacsra. Jas.Wi. nsda?rs 7s Ids 7s 7d 6s taU 7l 3d 'Mi a? 2 SdaJli a tl. . . "Wawva Ma, U16 UiU BtiaVlj iUllIl al hriaaf nvawwil - illiaint,- ' aT asia n UUIC. UU I IfUJU uu inroad .t.ir - - . he tk, V use" wiwara irom tne AUan . through more than twenty degree of longi- . ill? lhirt Sut. nd fven to in mar. .T" '," frame f tovemmenL Yet, w ?J Laifof States, no provision -j wi uianim ..m..r i . , ., I . - j r , Ctann. ' I im mauc IUI irpienUmn IOC I m ' " " a urn h n miui wiU knowledge, or for traininlr1,,rul"te,,""-'r'p'," w common heart tn JZ- Z , . ",mn6 I itreet at New York, aa the market sd ZTsT!? bure'r. to the peo- fcw tairy notes end new Wa. with eultnr. 7 ' " "'eieui menuu ana moral I ey ai ins cutnt. Ut "Iff1 come -PwS'ly. or it will come too u? '7 "i aud the vwm 1. ia , I fbe effect of meats nffc- i. a cBiieruie eie-1 ja mM, te hicbly favorable upoa th trade of this coun ttust V ' Virtue amongst them, I try. ur prwlucu sr selling freely, snd st fkT piices; esthL; ::.ra W,UI Pginttc atndes, and kZ TT iU g'ganuc arm. upUnd. lb 41d Hew Urteani,!!, ijd By the NUgsrs's newt. United RUtes six percent. were selUng st lU4altX, snd ty Uis r.u ropa sales sr sain ta hsvs Ukea place st 107, sad th asking price wss 108. T bw. st least. aitBs general impreSHioa conveyed by th telegraph despatt-h received from KI. John's. The letter trail, wines vnu pronamy com io nana to-day, win ciesr x as laet Uiai s contuier to be sasunisd Is Ue sdvsiMd I per cent. sn fipwsrl tender Tbs Msw Yolk Tribune, is alludiag to Bess.ssrs: rue effect of toe present condition of bualnessr in Eng- ror expenses of Bosrd of Visitors., Barracks fur Cadets New Mess Hall Hiding Hall Hospital lor tha Enlisted Men Permanent Quarters, or Barracki for Engineer T roops, Ksppers, Muiers and Pontoniers The whole amount of s-ppropristions by this bill, including til above, ia $ll,'JS. The port of M hitebsll. in this Mate, ton Lak Champlain,) has been included by art approved lUb of January, among lb pons entitled tome benefit of exporting merchandize; and to British America, wiui tne privilege ot arawoscx. ine act ma a ins appropriations lor n,evuiuuunsry and other Pensioners, wss approved 19th of Feb ruary. Its chief items are: Pot Revolutionary Pensions under act of 18Ui March ibid f 28,400 08 Invalid Pensions aader various sets . . 472,000 00 Penaions to Widows under set ol Feb. ISW 13900 00 To Widows sad Orphans set of fflth July 18ta 54.000 00 iV. Y. Enquirer. lor th appointment nf comrnille to nuk th Deeessary arreogemenu for the reeffti"? of th President elect on thefith March ner',. which waa unanimously adopted, and the Vies president sp pointed Messrs. Reverdy Johnson, Jsjletaon LVtvis and John Da via aa that committee. Mr. Atherton reported, from the hoiinr commit tee tha noat-iiffies anDroDlialion fin. wiuioui - , i . . , amendment. tin motion of Mr. Bright. Hons bill lo provide for armlicstions fors renewal of pateuUin certain cases, was Uken up, and afasr debate, was, on motion of Mr. Calhoun, laid on tne tame. On motion of Mr. Jones. Uie bill to regulate th pensions of officers, soldiers, sesraea and marines, wbohsvaor may nereaueroeoiwirM e .1.. it:..a i.ku nn. debated. and then, on motion of Mr. Cmerof laid on Uie Ubie, 24 to la. .. In mn nn nf Mf fnnlf. nil I IO (TSnis U.IVUHUIW of lands in Mississippi for school purposes, was lalrn ii n ami naiaia-tl. Un motion ot -Mr. Atherton, me coi:-nuri.uv.. v. . ai0DaM 0f congress adonmed tnia xnorn- the civil aod diplomatic appropriation bill was ; . t 7 o'clock, after having passed th Gold . . i ,:. k.i.. aa Mr 11. I a I n. , .... ...... . 1 . it : r-v ... . men resumeo, ina nirawmiTiin tt... . I lAillitr Dili: esiannsning na iiutna uriuurai, smendmenu, increasing the salary ot Minister to t Drsnch mint st Mint st New York: and tha dif- Frsnca to SI5.UJU. to fcnclsnd to iU,um.S aim tu (,..,,. a nmnriation bil la. Prussia to f 12.0 JU per annum. After debut. Mr. Th California Territorial bUl waa not acted Hale withdrew hi amendment. 'm-i npon by Uie Senate aa it was introduced pending A messar wss received from th President, by the hands of bis Private SccreUry, Mr. Bliss, ma king Uie following nominations, to-wit: John M. Clattoh, creury ot sute. Wm. Baixaan Pbsstob, Secreurv of th Nvy. Wm. H. CaavrroBD, SecreU'tof War. Taos. Ewiaa. See' v. of the Horns Department Jacob Coll mbi, of VL, Post Master General. Rbvibdv Jouksok, Attorney General. W. M. MaaiprrB, of Pa., Sec'y of Treasury. Mr. Foot explained the manner of tba rencon ter batween himself and Mr. Cameron, en admit ted that soma alight blow, hsd been exchanged. He riirnarked that be regretted nsving none vio lence to th dignity of th Senate, The difficulty between th parties wss finally amicably seUled. Th SensU in executive session coiinrmea uie nominations of th President to in aineieni CabLiet Departments. ScnoaT Evtaiso, March, 4. a nsw, ixixrLrTS asd klbsast bpitios op Tha PaaHcal Warka ssT Rabat tiaadwy, IX. D. fcisiis- Otirer Xtwman snd ether Pteme (sow Jfrat rvanaaes.j ILLl aTK ATKD with Klerant Steel KacrsvUgs. sad s hae Porttait. Oas kaadaoaaa. suss sva. voluaio. "The bssubeaof Mr. 8outheys pasury sre sua, thai UI edttioa caa hardly fail oi Badisg a place ia ths horary of a vary pcrsoa load ef siegsat nteratura. Jkclaanc Mint. J. Y. COWL 1 5 a. msrStf 96Maiast. N0TICK TO TilUIHS. fTlHE sabscribsrs sr aowsngsgsd ia th sMBafactur I of Cisssd Waddiag. black sad want, fot tba aa af Uilors saa cloiluers. It M al las vary Best auaiuy, at say tak-kaess leaulred. well Kissed, sad sold iower.Uaa Us Kaatsra arttcla. Ws srs aow asaJua si ia aifficml eaanuusa to supply tha whole asaasad wsat af Ua AOs caaaies. uvirr rrora dry gooda juoars.ciouuefa, ac. v RUSSELL STE A R 9. OaciaasO. Jaaaary . lSia. tf. TELEGRAPH BUILDINGS, joa r. BAST. MawopacToasa asd niroiTU or SNUFF, CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO. Ha. Ti, Third strsat, Wtwsas Ja9raoa sad Market. M 13 tf Locisvixxb, Ky. Impoktskt IsvtsTMiwT tw U. S. Stocks. A Washington letter, of lhe22d, ssys: Th Chancellor of the Smithsonian Institute, iVira Praaident Dallas.l invested to-day the funds nf lha institution, sinountirix to f ?26.UJ0. in the United Stsles six per cent siocs. i ne uireciors ui ih inatitnta are onle nermitted to expend Uie In leaving uie capital untoucn- aad th deniand lor our stocks will prevent say list la h uric of alls, as that bo diatnrbeiK of our auaatarv XhiUil:. .,, E . I iir.ira Ma aa nnnkMilMl Iron Kiwail af lh limit hotbst .i a western ironUer, 1 14 ,prie. Kvea w.u th lart tmporuiioas sf fiesiim tereet wnicn accrues, leaving ui espiu.i uui-- M 'a 'er realm spreads out, as yetiwiirtoUJscBtry,wsspossrstprsssntuiinui;hled. Th Princed Jomville, snd his wile, made a rfkhised into governmenU, and uninhabited I ,aon Uk',J to 'mPrt thaa to export coin. Tact hu second investment to-day of J'2U,0U0, in tailed 'uaeQ man. Tha w-.t. . n a..j.. I iw oeca. iut a aaines or years, so asansy a iiaunwa i - vw uivausi ia asnsiai Dvatncss oi ua louninr as at Drsasui." Sutes Slocks." tha dehsta on lha rrneral AnoTOPristion bilL Senator roote, of Mis., shook xtdi nst in tne face of Mr. Cameron, of Pa., who immediately knocked Mr. Foot, sprawling on the floor or th House. Mr. Thompson, of Mum., and Ficklin. ot III., also had a rencounter. M sears. Mad and were proposed snd sdopted, snd at 4, tim Senate took a recess until 6 P. M. without Uking Uie vote on the bilL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Ilia .Itnnaa want Into Committee OH thS bill in .n.rf. a t-rriinrlal Govemmtit in Cfilifornis. I Giddinrs. also com in collision with ach other. -K .. , . l .. I .1 ,K. ....k I . J . , i - Un. IkkAhl.M...! Mr. ttoman, OI md., conciuueu m imvu, i iinnimum u iui " nwi" ii"v t.;..k k. HinmnuiMl last nirhL in favor of pro-1 elines.th Sec reUry ship of tha Navy, aad that lection to American labor. said oflic haa been tendered to Mr. Preston, of Mr. Sawyer moved to strike ont from th bill Virginia, th twelfth section, which inhibited th exUn- Th HomJoo. rvis. ofMasa.,haabnsppoln sion of alavery. He ssid that Uie people should ted to superintend th Homa DepartmnL bav th right to regulata their own internal con- Th Hon. Reverdy Johnson has bn appointed eerns. I Attorney Wnrsi. C. Ha BA Rbb.UK V( OOtXBCTOa ABO CKlfKBaL ACIIVT, LtxiMglom. Kg. WILL attaad promptly te aay Suaiaeaa eatroatad ta bias will set as Agat for UecoiiecOoaof atansy aad cOBWgaccaaiBU,oM, Sac. t barges ssodsrsM. Apnll.lMa ti HART, P.ONTGOr.'ERY &C0., ici ir wtr.n a. r U.U1V A uuii aja, Ma. 118. Carnal 8trsatP HILADRLPHIA Hsaufactarsrsaad IsiBOiiaiaaf rsaar Haaglaga. Has always for sal s terra stock ef PAPERS, af every variety Bsaaufsctarsd, waKB lasy wm seu wauacaaia aaa rstsAl at tae lowest rales. fcspt. 9U, UHS. U. HKW TEAM rmlTCBB FACTORY. COR5SB OP HIM AUD FOURTEENTH aTf., XOC1SV1LLB. BV. "IITB r prapared to manafactiirs svaryunn ia our V Una. oa lerms ss fa vorshla ss say ether sslahusa. " . . . eats.. A saiA .kl aaa awi I MBtUUS weeu abb r id- . . W aaTstw cnarry, v siaw. urami, wwai mm- "r larLanbsr. . M . . , ,nr.,. A Mat. m II- sf) Jala Aa f a IN QUART BOTTLES. TOR THE REMOVAL A 0 Pt V4TVT CLUE OF ALL DISEASES ASISISli fUoM AS IMPUKZ STATE OF THE BLOOft OS HABIT OF THE SV3TEM, ViZ: Scrofula, or King's EM, RhtMmatupn, Otiii nate CuUmeitue Eruptione, PimpUt, or Fvt I tie on tAt Face, B.ot:he, Bile. Chrotic Sore Even, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head. En largement and fain of the Borneo and Juinta. Stubborn Ulcers, Syvkilitic Symptoms, Sciatica, or Lumbago: and Di-maca arioitg from diciovi Uie of Mrrcury, Acititea or Prepsy, Lr pteure or imprudence in life; aloo. Chronic Constitutional Disorder!, dj c. Tbis Medic ina has acquired a very eaUaalad aa.1 ea- taahabsd rewstatUa 'wherever It has bsea ased.bassd safely a its awasseTits.waarkiUaitBrvae eflUacyhaa sloae sustaiacd. Ta BforhiBsle vtctias af hsrsditary ihaaass, with awutlaa ftaa-la, caatractad slaawa. sad hoaes half canoe, has Been restored to health aad vigor. Tks acracuaaaa peoeat, cwvrrad wins aavars. loathaossa to himself sad sis sttemlaBts, has bssaBssda whut. tiuailrvda M psraiaa, wka aaa graa . -, ..a,, . years sadar ceUaeoa sad glsadutar disorders, ckruaxc rhi aaisliBBi, sad aaary athevcasnptsiataspriaaiBg froaa a deeaageaatBtef tba secret! a argsaa sad the circoU- uoa, hsvs hesa rsiaed ss it ware raaaa ta rack af d ess, aad sow, wtU re re sera ted coastituiiua, gladly lea tify tuUssnVacy af Uus BanUaaaSis arepaiatioa. Tba testlasoay of thos wh say bees cared ky iu ss. with Hans reatdeacea, has beaa paaiiaaed frsa tuna to Unt; aad wars d desiraais, a Biaaa of the saost averwhalsiag lestissaay coald b broaghl forward, provisg aaost caa elusive ly its taastiimSIa vsiaa. Th aflhetsd, aad thuas wha ha v not nssd this saedjcia, srs lavited ta make a trial of iu virtues, and apyropriau to Uenaelve the braebU auk it aloe can Bestow. TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION. The stteatiuaof Ua reairr si called to tha following sstouiahuig cur, effected ky the of Saada &mpa- nUa: Tliisn toreitily Uiat I bar a colored womaa wkolus btra altlKted lur tba last Sva years wits ScroSua, aad ail Uie remedies I aseu aaa sw enecl ia ariesiius Ui pro freatuf the couiplaiut; oatba coatrary. mm couaiiil.y rew wuva; aawl alter eaueediai sctweaa aevanry aad eighty dollars wnh pkracuuts, bemdoa B-uig other pupu laf reniedjes wdBout auataa. till the dbaaa Sad rale a away Ike carulaire ui her sose. aiada us aipcaraaae on varuxis parts ol her Boil y, lad had bBauy touiiueiMCd its ravara ia the rouf of ber hmmi'-B. le this dreadful Mtuatiua, with the iiroapecl of dealn ataruw her la (lie laae, I atals.1 her ia lo Dr. Diauaway. ths afcrnl lor Bands' KaMapaiu . u .ewnein. .. C, by whuai I waa sJvued to use that arTH le; and lo my aur pnaa aud tBat of Biy aelhttors. I whuai her can wu knowM. aitrr aunt lour au a half bottles ah aaa reir- ! to perfect heal IB, and ta.it la Uie ipa. a ul tiara wrvha. and wa able titwiKkiBlao weras Iroiu tbe bnie sae commenced Uking il. In witueaa of tbe truth or this vUtemvat, I hav bcre- Batu alf.se J lay bauk, lliu fh day ol SrM., I17. JOStr-H wctoriEK. J. P. Mouth of Mease River, t rates Co., .V I . L LCER CURED 0T SEVEN YEARS ST A.N DING. Tlua cure waa erfec te J in July, tner have ba Boiya.pUMits al s retura. sad her kasith U1 cuauuurs goad, July. fas. 5 aw Yoaa, JulyK, Isit. Me'ira. Sabds. CestleBies 1 runsider it but an act of justice to yoa to stale th Nilloainalaa-to In reirreuc to the great bene lit I hsve received la tne cuic ol aa u ttiuate CAKCaaocs t LciM os aiy hie am. I was atteaded eighteea suiaiba By a ieuUi an t akiilui ph)Mciaa,asMteil by Ue advice and tuuuarl t.n of wir iDoal aMc and pnuced sargeoas, auhoul tli least benefit w hair ver. Ad tne vanuua mihuh ul trr al Uig ranter were reported I ); fur hve weaaj iHaucceii.,a ly breaet waa burned with t-auslia Urea bawia dav.ahJ for as It aa daily syringed wuh a weak aoiutlou ot biIim. arid, and the cavity or inb-rnai uirr was so lar-e trt it held over ABuauacaor tne sutullua. The aucior prutird Ui a Her and examined tlie bme, ami aaid tha diae waa advaacuig rapidly to In lungs, and a I aVI nut srl aoreity renei By Biedicute or by sa operation, Uie rtn.il wuaiU be fa-al. 1 waa a,lviael to Bars lha WeAit Uid open and tne hoaes eiASiined; but flmlutg na re lie i lrta wnal iwut been dnue.aa.1 frelmg I was raptUi gelling worar, I almra ,leaiaire4 T recovery, and, cuaatdcrcU my rase nearry hopeiesa. anna ariinia ii .inaiala aad rerritirafea ni cuietiy the ua ol Founts' Sajvirilia. In caaeaainular toii)uan, i coin 1 ted to try Blew botiMs, srveraiol ahnB were wad, but. rram Hi iu. deeu seated ckarartev ol my disease, proilocedsaveiv decided chan?a. taiMdcrug Una as jir ncly probable cure lot a.y caw. I penrveird aatil Ike disease waa entirely tiusd. Ii w aow over ale ea miititiw uaic Uie cure wa nxnuirhr.l.tnei utnotUe sughteHt appearanc ! a Tetuin. J tber-jTre amvw? mrlf B-cu, end 'V rute H'lr " 'fflrd 8ii,v Sa iirmll l a, aa kk e -iA-r "iftiu-iw jf any Mn. Jur in? lAe time I leaa ustue, '. mjr I aiAn aay i'r. Plea rtc ua Uis kiag defenTCd at kuon ladnieot. wale h I tttia-k it nv duty lo bmUv Vour valuable Nra parUla cured ne, with th steams, el lBvin rrvvhieni e, nhea nuthinf els Could; snd h eel aaen under lat,ii onUraCiorti tu you. I caawiy laaBV tluuca I caimnl write, sad I Sa aval respectfullv lavttc la.liea a If led aa 1 hav Been, to call a poa aw, aad I wul !.! them fu.i of ine truth ss stated above, aad many other thui$s ia re:ereutc to Ue case. 3ASCT J. MILI.fcK.21aSu.luaB. SANDS' CELEBRATED SARSAPARILLA. This eveelleat coropouf!. wluch is creaune aack a uiu- verssl urtereat ihrournout lita country. Baa iua.1 ita nay succeadully uito the lavor of our ritiiena an.! to eiii around as. W have read asaia aad ania of th athcacy of this invaluable aedieu U we caa call a very pieawnt Bevrace roedKia But not until reccaUv Bav ne had any powuvs pruol whieh could induce ustoapeak lairiy ol it. But. from facts m our poasr-atcua. we aie now weU Coaviaced that, witlioul any caeepnua. it w lit a . ..ii. ri scscsi tr, aad si u eouipound ever ulteied to th public, for th cure ol all chrome diseaaea. rbeu- siausiil sad acroiuis. sau an uupuiuics w in uauoa, to gether wiU many other couiplaiBts. t nBS SO long uevn leuiai ir. inai iiw htiiihk o. -non triur aad noairum vesders.' that w hardly Sare rermn- aiend B valuable discovery lata Medxal Sxtrmte, leat w eopahaeourreputstlualor increduuty and ei.UMM enry ; Bui ia tlua uwcanc w newuue not io nauru ine re- BAara, wtura w Bavs BaAS aoov. narjra arc rw. SORE THROAT. Tbe following is aa extract froaa a letter received froiu lira, unvaa. who Bad beea atthcted stveral years with Scrcjlous luksrs, Pjtpepsia, esc, aad receitly sasl frcUoa of th throat aad chest: Bcilsvsblbo. Vs., Vet. 13. l-. Meaws. A. B. at U. sabuh: Bclor I commaarevl asing your SanaparUis, aiy surfeniits aere al uost pst aprmBAoa; aiy throat waaeoaapletely ukeratrd. I had a dreadful cough, sad thr wt ire(ueBUy weeks logriB r that I couid not ape a above a whisper: ami brd. lb uirtamntatioa from my iBroat etuaded lo say Bead. sotrud siy be anus wsa very much unpaired. Alter ta- kiB4 th Karaapamiaa SBonoaaa Bay neaiiB iniprova. and Piy Uroat is aow well; I am Ire irom court and UahUiew ef thcnr as aver 1 waa, aad caa hear suit diatuKUy. Sly Uroat has heea wcUammt three BauaiB. th car of which has heea affected ssluely y th ass ai ourinrnu, wvu-i ic. v c . . . . SANDS SARSAPAR1LL.A. SCARLET FEVER DISARMED OF ITS TERRORS. That dancereesaaalaUrnuM anTecUoa. wBach ha swept from Ue BU sf mn ta nauy, hulk at th laaocest sea etUHaacy.ane in murw aiawwn mmm wauun air mmm- Botal. has at IcacU Biet its bass snd aauuwic, and ita evd attects Bfua Ua syatssu ara laid wants by lit powerful intteeac ot uun aieparauua.. ia ihim iraau c ana m . Wu.Pstntk, wuod-csrasr, wss srracsea was mallei Kaver. ascl tell her ia s dreadlui atale; bar body waa aoierad wnh pamcles ui wailel aniuiioan, a huge njaip aopiethinjf Bke a BiM, sad si wast rwa iaeaes n inanie- sd disc harrau aa anm i ivhwh eiiauir ot imii a frna v alalia r; aad Beanies this, s Isrr oiuudity wss du- r bar red Irom tha ears, oi a very eoeaaiva caarar-ei. moat dessalruig of ver stopping lha discsare. thev aaadetnalof UW S A RS A rA KlLLa. wbwn anrrt d a complete care, tha chad bsvtaf lakea sal) on hot Un. Fur Ua Bsneni ut moss mine run raai ta Banerui IfeUa nf thaa numhas diaeaa. Mr. r'alnrh wm he piea ssd to inform say person ss to lh correctaess ai uua aUBvaeat, u thay call at aaa readeac la Racier street. aaar fawa streeL ihaJiieBra oam. The fot Ion ing tesussaaaal to tha vaiu af th Sarsapa- rilU.sl from tha Rev. Lather Wright, aged Tt years. CaagKgatMtasl Minister, rssnuag at Woaere: WeBcaa, IS aaa., March 3Wh, IMA. alanara. BanDn: Gsilcma Prom what I kav esna- rieacad. sad from Ut isforaaauoa I Base recamiy lecrn- el from a Bum ber af peraoes of high raspecutauty, aha Bavaaaed your aarsapaniia. 1 save bus lbs want ounnc bat that it is s saoat la uabta ssedmae, sad thst Ue su- aisreus crutH.ats yea have received at aa attic at y ara fully sustained By nrunw i, saw aitnoaaa as reyuta na aad aulity are wry sxtaaiave, aad ataud m aa aesd of my Bnatbie eilortsto uar raaaa them. 1 waaladwheare sflbcted by sit aaa w eeeoane aciaHuawe wua ine arv: cai :v aad rewsa af your valuable bkIkds. lasB.natlemea.gTsasnuiysaa very reapernsiivynwrs, LlTHIkk WnlcHT. prepared aad soU.wholesal aad retail, by A. H. ah D. SANliS, Droesistaaad taamtats, kw rultoe at., comer efWilnara,. tew Vert. Mold also by J. B. Wilder ai Ca. , uavUie; U. w. .lorua, MsiBgroa; uea. tilmaa. Fsrwi anatoa & aaarse. XtaysvUie; K. B. Hiaanaa, t in. cmaau; D. Crau-Besd. IwliaaapoOa, la.; aad by drsaala reneraiiy Uroahoat Ue Lmlea males sad Ian tsaadta. rrtca ai per iwtne: six tuHuesnir . December 1. Urlri ly saw SVaiaillAia ncaio nan a anae THK SCBKCRIBR! XZLjmX parjerahip aw the TTiOPf sst,waJh Mr. W. I . I St 1 i ma,) thew ewnbU WMDBIfT k DIcBSIDI, PLANE MANUFACTURERS, And Dsshrrs to Akowaai airo ccTLxsr. In of th Bif Plans, 13, Tsird Btrest. aar Mala UtdrriU. B.y. Des.-ly. LOCIaTIIXat MrstlC ASD BOOK Wf ORB. THK SCBeiCKiBERS. hsvuv hwated the 1st day ul OcWiecr Kvtu. have re- estabitshsient from Ueir lata sUlhi, near the taraeref FUU and Main street, la that af W. C Peters k t o.. aal door ta Uie Hank ef Ususvul, where tky wul carry em a (eanrsl B-rtnr a U unt e PIA VOS. MUalC KOUhs and T.I TIO.IEKY. They hsve ia stare a karge smuctawat ef Ptaao Fortes, of UadUfereat styweana potest u. Medical, iwbuu aad Miafll a Boaas, rhua and maw cy Stallone ry. Musical laatmrnems. nl t.ery dncun tioe. and th montcaairpiew stock af Sheet Musw m Ue Vl eaurasauanry, adot waa-a UrOten froaa dealers, teachers, schools, c.,re. "f2afhelUa PKTIRS. WEBB CO.. MaU SUt.Bat ouc to of AeJaUSvtiS, w . . vweaii