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AouuiUct of Three be inpesBtad to whtrb. iJ, re:cn?u a.i apa ' i .'>r toe ??? of the ?II* Jitj tin e for which t;special order l^b*e?tu?pen<,*d. having exp ed, ||r. A. 8m h ;w. : th it it be i -jjpjtced for five u.i..ute*. * fjr on tin? the A>?-3 end N*ot?s were called, mmjHbg tak?n, were : Aye* 54, .Noes ?l The h ur of two haein?r arrived, the gvjgefjgfl ai'ionrsed the 11 m? before any vote was taken ob tie letjlution. Anticipated Duel ? n aNt Trial. Wa-hjbotob. Fm |sy March 13,1851. A dtel U anticipated between Messrs Wilcox and fanna of Mi'snsippi, frow.iig out of the affair ia tk? goaf* today. jj the Criminal Cocrt, Judge Craw'ord on granted . ppsshoaenaerit rf the new trial of J >nn Day.con tittsdsf murde'ii * nis wife, at the June term, on the prayer <i pusoi.er'a counsel. ? The Steamship Allegheny, fee. PiTTsrioaou. ftidav, M <r<*n, 12, 1852. The new and magmf-eat steamer Ailegbeny, Card, patrhelcr, leares here on Tuesd-iy on her first trip, fheistke larrrst and finest boat ever onerrncte J here, aada large party of Invited u irs:* from Pmla ^jtnaia and iialtitnore w Ml -jo <w n on her. There have bren over 500 arrivals at the Monun aaksla House witbm the laat twenty f >ur hours. "The river is rising, with log feet water in the IST"*' Buaineas is active sad increasing in brisk aeat- _ Railroad Aeild nt aad Lots of Life. PiTTxst'Bo, Frdav, March 12,1*52. Teetrrday afternoon to* erav-l train on the Ohio sjd Pennsylvania R-uiroa i?n > ff the track near Brighton, *i r? tore up a portion of the road, by which Ikcfxpreit ras enger train was dslarcd until near 7o'clock The trim then again started, but when gear Freedom to* train ran over a horse, throwing the locomotive and tender off thf track. Thefreigtit grain was approaching and so near t.y that its speed ?calci hot be checked, and ranaii <r into the passen* ger trh n the locoinotire and two of the cars war* linos'- entirely destroyed. Mr. Patten, of Alleghe? ny City, was instantly killed, ant several other r> n isf gers nahr* or less injured. A considerable por ana ol the goods on the freight train were also de? stroyed. > Tho Ice at Buffalo-Man Drowned, Buimalo, Friday. March 13, 1852. Tn*ie* continaas firm as yet. on the Creek is still (ugh Itis now raining heavily, an<i if it continues, it it thought the ice must move. Means have been tsktn to secure the boats whi< j were carried down the Creek, Ar. A German wan discovered last night drowned in tit mad It is mppoted he had b?en drinking, and lall or laid down in the road, when the water, over? sowing the ( leek, drowned him. Marder in the Second Decree. Philadelphia, Thureilav, March 12, 1Vi2. The jury in the caae of James Mc Felden, charged with the murder of Henry Mcf'arry, returned a rer diet this evening of murder in the second degree Serien? Railroad Collision-The Southern Mall Baltimore Friday, March 13, 1833. The Uain which left Baltimore at 61 o'clock this eveaisf came in collision with that wmch left Pnila d*)phia at 2 o'clock to day, about two miles from here at 01 this evening. The locomotives were tmaahed, ta* tare thrown eff tne track, and a num? ber of periontmuch bruisrd. No live* were lost.? The train from Philadelphia wrts behind time, and carried no light. Fortunately tne trains a ere pro cesitingly ? ow.\. or the consequences would have been moot dtsasirou.a. It is said to hav* been caused through a variation in the watches ol the conductors K?nne haabeen acrioualy hurt Tne train which left jpMknor* after 9 o'clock wi,l not connect with the traiafor >ew-York. Over 100 Delegates from Pennsylvania to the 8us quehaniia Rai.road Convention arrived in Baltimore te-sighi. We have no mail South of Washington. Presidential Levees. Washinoti v, Friday, March 13, 1853. Tar Natt?nal Inttlli^tnttr states that the Preti genUal levees r.re to be discontinued aftur to-night. ?avlgailoa Opened on the Peausylvnaln Canal. Habrisbi no, Fridav, March IS, 1853. Haina A I.eecu dupntched the first boat of the season by the Canal, for tt.e Wed. this morning at 8 o'clock. It was heavily Utes, with mer? chandise. Markets....Am-<rv/i b* TtUQrtvk. Nbw-Oblkans, Thuraday, March 11,1853. Cotton aales to-day 5 000 baies, at a further de ettae oliully lc. Strict Beiddilns is qaotod at 74(? lie. Pobk is scarce, ard ha* advanced rapidly. I.ow Mt mess sold to- lay at $16 ?O.attf. CITY LTKMS. BA.tOfc Of THI THthNuSirtK, it i J. i ' .:???? ?. former I? /??,.. 4 I' >r ? . , c \ CVsAst. 1SSX. 7 A Si. N.m.u. SPSS. SP.M. March 12. 40 30 5:t 51 Comer < 'aMCNDak ? This Dai/.?ClaMTBIT Covst?Same as yesterday. SurKBiuK CoaaT Mtmitm - Nos 525, 305. 3s, 1 -4, 304, 629. M0. SSI, 641, MS, tttl, fMO, Ml, San, ?64 S3, m, 31, 327. 301. 509. 330. 5:??. B4S, 947, 547. 3?6, W.^104, 671, 072 to 677, 679, 680 to 700 inclusire. ?-In the Aldermen last night, the party, fcantiousiy teimcd "Our Folks" by Aid. Tiemann, Wtlkid over the Mayor's veto, and in spite of law o' dacrncy, turned the Deputy City Inspector oat o tale*, and seized upon the entire tvusmeesof inapecl* tsgcesspools, appointing night ac.areuger* and hold ill the lanterns, while those necenary but scarcely orsaaiental citizens perfciai tlieir urdaeus and odor ??? labors Here tfter, persons wanting sinks erap Sadntllpltaa? give notice at the Board of Alder' men Night-iravacgars will meet at 10 o'clock' ?.M.,atlhe iesidtnces of the various Alderman, tatty equipped, where tuer will receive directions aad be promptly condm ttd to the acene of thoir labors. The Aldeimen will stadiale at the dumping doeki in regular tier as they stanJ upon the roll. The Aldtrineu w ho have voted to go into this busi laat are Moore, Haley, Oakley, Barr, Tweed, Ceapton, Brixley, Fiancis, Smith, Tit-mann, Baid, Isnnaan, Cornell, Peck-14. Aid. Boyce and Pear, ?slibeitg o' weak stomxeh, voted "No." Aid. ?ttitevant, Ward, Ahord and Doherty were absent The Aldeimau also cheerfully concur with the Isnaaats is nrging upon the Legislature the aaces ssjel patting mlo the hands ot itie Loco-Foco party ?ha sate of the Vaaiautine and Marine Hospital ^syaiUDr Vach* iniitt upon sa'-riflcing hit life SJ Baatth Omoer, after Oov. Hunt and the Snnate stn told him that he wani't wanted I r theae two periormatict* and some other little i"Our Folks" went to ttn and cigars. ?-The Special Committee of the Hoard vfAanttanU last night brou?ht ia a report to make ?streute of the Sixth avenue Rai toad juat what we Sat proposed in TA* T ifiunr some three years ago, ?a. Adouble track from the Actor House up Barclay ?V Callage-place, Weal Bioadway, Canal-el., Var CaiiniBe-st. and Sixth avenue. Whether **"?tilbe adopted, we cannot say . aor are we sure ***???? Beard bat* the right te do so, hat that makes ??4*t>ren. e?the present Common Counci l haveu'l ^ *bgklea idea of what right and justice mean [f1** Eighth-avenue Koad ahou d be abandoned, ?abeve tout* for the Sixth avenue would be just Jntteg ?rt S?*Bueis) ithtlie future addition of cutting thronrb into (ireenwich-st. and so reaching the ? In the Cuban jExpeditiori case, yeater *??? ( apt. p< inean O. Wilson underwent a long ex ?"?-?salea to prove the cennectioa of Messrs. O'Sulb ScAcisiager aad othere wuh the luvasiou' 7**" was Captain of the Cleopatra. The evi ?"?cienet worth the room it woald oeoupy. ??Rslph Waldo Emerson will resume his gfryj -scttues upon - The Conduct of Life," on T^snig of the 33d tast. at Hope Chapel. Two Will complete the aourse. They arc ? Wot. ^W* aae cajiurB " -There is no psge of the history of this 2r*' ?ntsUwenl mer. cow a days read with r^**tr*4thaathat whtnbrelatea to the destruction ?c,iwaaa4 hi* followers of lb* ancient records? ia??1* louower* oi is* auvitsi ivi? **"sa,in fact?of Montrx'ima and his people. 2J? ****** undoubtedly lay the htstorr of that JP* ru*> lh* Aatecs. and probably authcnUc ****** aceouats of the peopling of America, sad **^aations which had flourished aad passed jJ^v.**! a fanaticism as stupi l as it was zealous. w aihes avetr AsUe book and manuscript tjauLT^ ^ 'oaad,aad even *fftc*J the engravings *** Wiaaaidi. f,-ow wa ngTe m9ong as two JJ?-***c,*?"- K> he, and te all appearaaeesare, ^JJ"*"c?BdaaU of the priests who performed the 5s?2 thmt ??* dr*adlul sacriSce* of Cholala, ^??nstSAttf ronunded of the iaimeas* loss snf fared by this crasade ?trainst heathen riOetie, and tie scholar of to day cmtemp'a'.es the Aztec Chil INm with more thin ethnological irtereet, ai th?! singular resemblance to the sacred race of four hun? dred yenri ago wire* in hi? mir;1 the stsry of the. corioueit of Mexico While ail the world i? eoing t? ?ee Maximo and Bar: 'o from mere roriosity, thera it a ?mali army of learned men who seem to Aid in tr-em much more than the mare imagine -?A rich caae of partnership between fli-rr. and Loco-Focoism wai derelooed in the Supe? rs] r Court yesterday, in which tbe Lieutenant-Gor ?ra? i f Rhode Ialand played hia favorite part of an Of, poeaea of temperance. The case waa a aalt bnjcgf.t by Joseph H. Howard, the proprietor of Tammarj Hal), against Wi.liam B. Lawrence, Lieutenant-Governorsof Rboae Island, and 53 oih ?r?. for $8? 3 50 rent for certain rooms occu? pied in 1949 by tbe defendants, who were the Democratic General ( ommif.ee of tbe City of .New York for that year. This suit was defended by the OeiSiast only?all tie other* deeming it a clear case that would of course be against then Mr Lawrence first tried to get off on tbe ground that tbe Corumitue was not an incorporated body, bnt that wouldn't do. Next be showed that they were merely agents, and poor ones at that; that the pay? ment of tbe bill devolved upon their principal, or ? nployer?the great and unterrified Democratic Party . but the plaintiff decidedly objected to at tticpt to collect the money from this erer-ehanging, many-headed monster. Lastly, the jolly Rum Gor. cruor of the Providence Plantations and all the Land of Dorr brought forward his strongest plea, which he expected would fix things in no time.? that was, that it was always auppoaed that the pro? prietor of Tammany Hall would make no charge for rooms, fuel, and lighta, it being thought that the ad? ditional saleof hquort on the mgktt of the entetinge of the Cor/:i/dtt*e would be a fair equivalent for the rtiA ' Strange to say, even this noble and cogent plea was ii sufhcient, and judgment was entered against Mr Lawrence for the amount with interest, fn ail $857. Whether the would-be Gorernor of Rhode Island bas gained credit by offering at the bar of a New York Court such a plea as this, may be merely mat? ter of cpiLion , but in view of his possible election which he hopes to serure as the special champion ef Rum. perhaps be has gamed votes. He has proved to the .?a'.isfaction of hit new '-onstituents (the old ones never doubted it) the truth of Mike Walsh's axiom, that " Tippling-Houses are the very nurse? ries of Democracy," and has recognized the fact in the most emphatic manner by proving that wherever fifty-four men of the party may meet, there the extra profits on rum-selling should be equal to seven per cent, interest per annum on $13,000. ? Rev. Gideon Acs, of the Magyar or Reformed Church of Hungary, will preach in the Hungarian language, to his countrymen, on Sunday morning, March 14, at U o'clock in the Consistory rooms, in the rear of the North Dutch Church, Wil* Liam-st., cor. Fultoh. ?Theodore Parker, of Boston, is to gire ?he true and false ideas of a gentleman, at the Tab? ernacle, Tuesday evening next. New-Jersbv Railroad.?On and after Monday, the 15th inst, the Trenton accommodation train will leave this City at 41 P.M., and the Near Brunswick accommodation at M P.M. Ferguson the Piper.? Tne fnenJs of Charles Ferguson, the young and accomplished Irish piper, gave him a grand reception party at Tammany Hall on Wednesday evening last, tn elegant party of ladies and geaiieinen were delignr ed with his performances. ? People are dreadfully addicted to the Bottle, aow-a days. But it is the wholesome drama of tbe Bottle at Barnum's Museum, one of the most powerful Temperance arguments ever offered. It will be performed this afternoon. In the evening we have the beautiful spectacle of Cherry and Fair Star, and at both performances the Man Walking on the Ceiling, Bongs, <kc. ?The new shaft for the steamship At? lantic (to raplace the English shaft recently broken) bas been forged at tbe Novelty Iron Works, and wilt be put in next week It will be conveyed to the veasel, at the foot of Canal st, on a fl rating derrick. The old shaft has been examined by English engin? eers, who expressed great surpriae that it should have broken. ?Messrs. Westeivelt &. Mackay will launch in about ten days the fine steamship Cortex for Davis, Brooks & Co. She will leave for Califor ma in ti I latter end of May, and will run as consort of the Winlleld Seott. She is a handsome ship. ? In order that both sides may be heard in the charge of carrying awar human bodies for dissection, we publish tbe following ar.icle, win -h the reader, will find not without some very strong points of argument i Tmk Hobbobs ok Drssxi tion.??'My friend, re marked the good Dr. Johnson to a cettain one, *' clear your mind ol cant." A full development of this blur upon tbe eouimon sense of mankind is shown ia tbe present excitement in reference to the discovery of a few bodies obtained (or dissection Indignation moui tain high, curses both loud and deep, have awoke against this outrage on humanity, khd in one or two instances tbe [tress must iend its aid in reochoing the thunder of popular opinion. Mow, Sir, in a city whose factories of vice and in? famy may be reckoned by the thousand, where crime, recruited in groggertes and gambling houses, stalks forth with tearful boldness, it would seem that Jupiter Ton ans might find a more appiopriate subiect lor his bo.ts than tbe anaioura; aud the scalpel. But, Sir. honest inCignation should not be i hecked, and since pot-house orators have affirmed the holy effke of the Ruiu-sel!er with bis train of blessings, and a* the public mind must have a vent for its surplus fire, it is hmd.y more than fair thai that degraded class, " the Doctots," should come in for its share Your Policeman, who winks at the live-long Sunday orgies of the Porter-house with its greasy dice and tta kegs of poison, pounces with i rtuous indigaauon upon the Siuuent and the Pro? fessor, and their atrocities are held up in appalling I tableaux. Now, Sir, is it uot well, wbile tne sub? ject is be fore us, to inquire of tne public mind as to the correctness-nay tbe safety of this sensitiveness on the subject of dissection ' Is it common scuse, to sny nothing of justice, that of all profes<iona the medical alone should be put at the bar of cither public opinion, or of the Uw I Does the tender? hearted public imagine that the sluJy of surgery is the source of sue ti fascination as t > foe pursued for t his object alone' Does the student ntk hit life from the virus of cor.upt humanity, breathing the enamel exhalations of the dead house, an 1 endur it g(the repulsive labors of anatomv, for sneer p'ea sure' Yes ;usl ne much as he tnng es tn the pel liUmltal w ard* of the emigrant hospital, w .ere his life, with those of others, bas so often been sacri? ficed. Does the tender ana considerate pub ic be thu k itself of its ungenerous treatment of tne most laboiious and fatthiul of its serrants. placing tbe poor physician between two fires, whose blaze sel? dom subsides! Should he be caught in the awful en tne ofdissection, the fierce anger of tne multi? tude is armed against him and the mob is soon ready to redress tbe wrong Sti <u!d errors on the other bund arise from the denial of such study, tbe statute for raa'-practice ofleis its gnm alternative, and an intelligent Jury is cot wauling to visit the want of that kiowledge, whose acquisition is made penal And jet who of this xeaous public, when seized by disease, wili not send for eomtt oce ol these blowiy men?yea, even cra?e the service of Mich an one as th** mar think to havo been moat enslaved to Ibis abhorred practice oi Uieeecuon?and anus hat who is nt one lime the grave-plundering Ghoul, sud? denly becomes the angel of mercv ! Mas' for the want of consistency on the subject wh eh. above nil Others reee'a it And now. ih .ugh we are prepared to plead /or the full sanctity of the grave, and to vield all its proper claims Yet if ilisse- tion be, at it is the great master ke* to surgical suceess-aad the met parent of mercv as well as safety to the ttvaifdj, and if good men of eld bave giw? Jbeir li?es as well as fouuues for the welfare of others, w bv should not tbe de*d in some case* subserve the health of the living 1 There is a class who are the last to hfl np tbe vnice of sympathy for the living, who shrink frem the defiling touch of their fellow man. who can calmly see bim perish in tneir midst, and then be first to cry horror at that which causes less and pain to none and which cannot alter the peace which the wretcled may have found to death. Wou d that their pity might show itself in shape and. in season to be oi use to tne realuy of misery in our midst, and before ih* wretched pauper has found refuge from the tender merctee of the world?re r.enirorirg that death can give no additional sanc? tity to ibe eorpse, despised even while poeeeesed of th* soul itseU . remembering also, that when one of tbe fathers of modern Surgery, carrying out the s>hilar tbropy of hia life, offered at death, hi* body alt a sacrifice to scteaco npon the theatre over wBieh he once presided, he taught mankind a precious les? sen ar to th* worth of the soml forsakea remnant of mortality. ?David Orr, recently keeper of the Shakspcre Shades In Felton etreet was ooavietod for bigamy ia the Court of Sessions ea Wednesday. The Uiai luted two days. ? The Annual Commencement tf tJBf. ! Ntw-York Medical Col ege, wai held last ersaiag. at tte Institution la Tnitecnth-st , before a eery numerous assemblage. Profetor D ..remit revi a', address, aefrfftej the youtg gent e oea who had been enlitted alter their ar 'u jjs a'.?t4les, to an Hon? orable rx*rn>er?li p mat) iht.r H 'er brethren of tae medical profession, to persevere in the coaree tacy bad commenced, and not to eoatiler that by this enrollment their a ta nments ba1 been finished Afterquoting the-uli n'titi under w a ich thediacl pies of Galen labor when entericr, upon the first days of their profession, he advised them to follow the result of their reasoning aided by the teachings ol those who had goiie befoie them in toe same rath, and instanced tn* mono of one wno n?d made himself known to all of us o>- his eloquence ?' Tnere is no difficulty to s man tnat Wills." The followinggen.lemec recei?e 1 their dtp]mil UwtttsJ F. Sianb, Vt. . Simeon Abrahams, N. Y. . I). Hmben, a B. 8 c . Jo**p* MeEvey, Dublin, Henry Heis.ey, a B , Ky.; Wm W. J Papons, ;>'. Y., G H. Tajlor, Yt . B. B?rge. G i , W. B Thorn, N. Y. . Dunham Greene, Vt.. SatBWl It? biis, A.B , S. C . lid win m. Reltogr, AB , N. Y Charles A ShepparC, A U . \. Y , J.septi II. VTe't eeSLff. Y.. C Keeper. Ind.. Hu?mi \1 r i?jn <11, A B . 8 C., Truman Nichols, A ? , N. Y A K Smitl, M.D . Michael Moss. Beaidrs the above, the following gentlemen re ceived extra degrees of honor. In ae -or lance with the report of tfae t ensors, the prize of seventy five dollars er a gold medal of that value for triebest Ciinical report, is ass.gned to the report with tne motto " Dioptia," which is found to hare beea writ? ten by Fessendsn N. Otis. Tne report with the motto " Prove all things," which was highly co u mended by the Censors, is found to have seen writ? ten by Truman Ni< hols The Professor of Surgery having oiTere 1 a case of surgical instruments to that student who should pass the best examination in Surgery, by the decis sion of the Class, Truman \ -is is entitled to this prize. The Pro'essor of Theory and Practice givee a volume to toe folio wins: six gentleman, as hiving pasted the best examination in his department' J. Dunham Greese, Edwin M Kehug*;, Ja net itYooen, Fessenden N. Otis, Tinman Nichols, Geo. H. Tay? lor, Samuel Robon.s. Tne Professor of Phys'olojy and Pathology gives a volume to the following three gettlemtn, as having passed t -.- ? si examination in hit department J D >..:? .-. Greene, Truman Niehola and Fessenden N. Utis. ? The following Real-Estate sales at Auction were made March 12, at tae Merchants' Ex. change, by Anthony J. Bleeeker: Slots on 21st-at, between 7th and Sth-ars.,?ich $1,000._. $4,000 9 ioia on alst-st., between tth and 7ih-avs , each t.tOO._._._.- 4,003 t la's oa 7th iv., between t: i sad 23J sts., n j $2,0t3.?._. 4,030 1 Jot ci>r Avenue A soil 47th it. ..?. 485 1 lot on 47th st.. BdjOiBing._. 483 1 let do. dv ._._ iK, 3 lot* ob Avenne A, adjoining, saoh St?5. i.i,. t lota do. do. each $180. 1,440 I lot cor. 48th st and Avsoue A, hdiuioior. 480 l lot on <::th-tt, adiotaiug._. 481 > lot do. Cn_. 480 i lot on U'th av. 37J Mr. Bleeeker also cold the following Real-Estate situate in the City of Brooklyn: i lot corner Dsfrnw and Hicks sts. $I,07S Home and lot wa Hicks si. adjoining._ I. I I lot on Deerhw it . Bevjoiaissj._. 8t() 1 lot on Centre at., between Hitks sad Columbia.. tio 2 lo's do. SB.,each$1*8. iii 1 lot do. de.. S10 l lot do, d >._ ll.i 1 lot on Woodhull it, bet'n H rks and C dnmuia.. TO 3 lots do. d i , esnli ivOO . J,4M 1 lot on Rape ra st., hstwssn Hicks and Oelnaina 80n ? On Thursday afternoon about two hun? dred and fifty marble-workers, who had, on or about the Oth tott, ttrurk for higher wages, assembled about the marble yard of Dudley <fc Lee, in Hudsou, near Bank-st, and made threats of violence against the property of the hrin. and also ajiauist their em? ployers. Information was sent to Ctpt Lovatt.of the Ninth Ward Police, who sent a number of his teen to make arrests in case any disturbance oc? curred. ?? Nothing was, however, done, at the men soon after dispersed Yesterd.iy afternoon a large r. on f ?Inf them again appeared at the same yard, but Assistant Captains Seabring and Taft, with about a dozen of th>*ir ir er, made their appearanee and prevented any disturbance which mignt have ensued from taking place. ?The examination of Horace B. Pike, charged with having cotniuittea a forgery of $},000 upon the Bank of America, was com.aenced yester Cat af'.trci oi. Tne defense is that a Mr llayden called at the office of Mr Pike, at No. 0 BnaJ-at, and buiight some goods, m piyment for w hi m he left the check for $5 000, witn orders to have it cashed if he Cid not return by 3 o'c lock. Not har li<g coiue in at that time, Mr Pike went to the Bank, and there a- < rI ia< . for tne lirst time that it was a forgery. It is neanewhat in his 'avor, that after the | payini,-tc.Ier had certiaed the check, he could have got it cathed at any bai.kin Wall at., but a till he re? turned to the Bank of America, where he was ar? rested a further hearine tu tht case will take place on Monday, at 2 o'clock P. M ?The Coroner yesterday proceeded to Bellevue Hospital for the puipose of holding inquests upon the lour human oodiea which were discovered on Wednesday a'ternoon, concea'ed on board a sloop tying at the foot oi Twenty nrst-tt., E R The evi? dence of sever.i! persons wtistaken. but i.o'hing was elicited showing from whence the bodies were taken. The following is the verdict rendered by th ? Jury, viz: " We, the Jury emoanneled for the pur? pose of investigating the circumstances of the caae of four dead bodies, found m a yacht at the foot of Twecty-first-sc, E R., give it as our verdict that the said deceaied came to their deaths from natural causes?were brought to t'>e dead hoiue of Bellevue Hospital by the Captain of the Eighteenth Ward Po? lice The Jury, not knowing from whence they were previously obtained, tnaamuch aa the bodiea were foucd in possession of the Captain of said yacht,the Jury recoromendto the Coroner to hold him for examination We hn'i no proor a^amst the other persi ns implicated." On the rendition of the ver? dict Capt Dolan was committed, and Cam, the car men, and the Doctor, who ealts himself Joseph Riv? ers, but whose teal name is said to be Peters or Peels, were discharged. ?Aiiotlier charge of j,'rand larceny waf yesterday preferred against Jona Hattinitv who wat ar.-eaud on Thursday for stealing jeweirr from a store tn Maiden-lane. It appears that a short t;me aicce tie called at the store of Alphonso Byam. No. 16? Broadway, ULderpretense of uiaking a purchase, at - wlii.'e there managed to steal jewelry to tte va.ue of $1?. a poition of which was found in his tiossessioii He denied his guilt, hut was committed ny Justice Osborn to au*wer. ?A sailor, named Stephen Carroll, was accidentally droared at 134 o'clock yesterday morn? ing, at Pier No So East River. ? Officers Ftrtvhaek of the Thkteenth Ward and Peter Bogart of the Tenth Ward, yester? day arrested a man named Owen Gaffney, at Levy** pawnshop in Grand street, wherb cewaatryiog to ttltct a loan on ten silver spoons, marked F. M. and t?n silver knives niarktd J. II watet ho had with him, and which arc supposed to be stolen property. Hewastukec be'ore Jutttce Mcunfort and com? mitted to await an examination The stirer ware can be arec on application tn either of the abere named officers or to Officer BumsteaJ at trie Essex Market Police Conit ? Thomas Hresan, keeper Dsf an emi? grant bearding hou?e at Ne 7 WaVaingion-st., was yesterday brought befoie Justice Oi3>m, on SO SB plaint Of Cornelius B ?yle, an eaugrant, whaamred or. the lOatmst wbochargesthat Breoan causeJ the luggage belorging to hon to be couve>td 10 anhouse, contrary to the wishes of the owner, and when it was demanded, refused to give it up) unless Boyle paid the cartsge. This he paid, but on looking up his baggage, found oi e ttui>k to be miuing B.enan, in detaining the baggage of an emigrant on a de? mand other taan for board and lodging, violated a provsion of tte E.mgrant Law, and subjected him? self to the pay mem of a fine of 930 or upward. Tn* Justice fined him $50. ?Let our iiiiieio-loving friends remember that Madame Anca Thillon appears at'Ntblo's Gar? den on Monday evening next, in her origin tl charac? ter of Catarina. in Autser's beauuful Opera of the Crown Diamonds ?Rev. Mr. Hurleish speaks at Knicker? bocker Hall, corner of Eighth ar and Tweatr third ?t, to the men, women and children of the Sixteenth Ward, in reference te their ebligatiocs and duties as regards th* Temperance movement, to-morrow (Ssbtatb) evening, at 71 o'clock. [AdTeitisement.]?Rich Crape Shawls. ?Just received at Colombian Halt. No. 2bi Grand st, a new and splendid aasortmt nl of rich Crape Shawls, ? plain and embroidered.) which will be .?Iced at the following low puces i Rich embroidered White and Colored Crane Shawls, worth $13, was be sold for $- only . do. Whit* and Colored, worth tii. and sold for $ia . rich Plain White and Colored, worth from $13 to $30, and wiU be sold from $? to $10 ? Ladies, If yon doubt it, call and examine tneav [Advertisement.]?1,025 valuable Nine? teenth Ward Lots, belonging to tho estate of James Amcry, deceased, at Aecticn.?This vary exteasive reunion tale eommereea next Tuesday. March 16, at the Merchanie' Exchange, by A. H Mailer. Auc? tioneer. Aa ttts sale will be free and withont bad tauoa to puce, every lot w?l be absolutely sold te the highest bidder. This offers naasaal indac* metts to snake selectioas In this desirable ??c?10,n?, the City (being on and in the vieiaity of ??"??? and State squares, the latter ef which Is to be m mediately Unprored by sad st th* ?*r???f-?? Ufte, and within a few blocks of the great Jos*** Wood Park) either for taveetmeat or private saat deacee. A large portion of theee lets ar* ia eioae proximity to the Stxth-avenue Railroad, and bdag on or near th* grade, art very deetrebie for Imme diate imprcvemeit [AdrerUsement.]?\\ ores op Abt.? Rom-a Crayon liirti-rreotype P.ertra'U and Vim ? tu?-es are rrocourc-'i oj ?r?s??. in pon: of tnktMaJ. "^??7 ?f l't-rit and shsde. exresiiiu. and arJ4.li:affect, to the t.*?t ?te?l eogiavt?., Clauly ??j-t-rrpreVraWc fortakint; tb-s style of otcturei. Gallery, ,\0. 313 Broadway, corner of Frankl r. ?trtet [Advertisement.] ?Xiw Futss G-9BJM. ~' -w -"-rideri A- Co.. g-it-ceseors to S Rarker. N'. -Ol (?rand-rt . will open :kii dar and Mond*? in. caecf nt a spring goods, comprising one o' tne er assortments to be found ;n this City, and will be *'dc at less prices, under any circumstances, titan ran be 'ourd in any other ?tore in tats City. [AdTtTtisement ]?Rich Buocade Silks. *nd splendii ar-snrt<net t of rieb Brorttie iMJkshas just been opened at "o.'urabian Hill. No r>l Grend-st. comprising SoflM of the richest sty es ever offered tn this City Ladies desirous of p ir ^ 5*???* Sllk D,eM ?bonlJ cail aad examine them A rich Brocade Silk, worth $1 50 p-r sard, is seldom i ruined (as It the p-esent ca?=ej at $1 per yard?at least in no ?:ber stcre in tr.is City. [Adrer'Uemci.t ] ?New Silks. ? 150 pieces new Silks. bro.-adc. plaid, striped nad plain glace 8i,ki some ad the rn best Importe!, selling I?rjr.L0.* al Zanders & Co's, successors to S Barker, .No 301 Grand st. [Advertisement. ]--l,000 White Crape Shawls, embroidered and plain, of our own imputa? tion, nt lees prl. es than erer before heard of, n: dancers A- Co 's, successors to S. Barker, No. 301 Grand-it. BROOKLYN ITEMS. ? Mr. Braham will give a Concert at tbe Female Academy on Monday evening ? It is stated that Rev. Dr. Schroder has accepted the Rectorship of St. Tuo.uas's Church, ia Brooklyn. ?A new paper, called The Citizens' Ga uttt, makes it* appearance to-day In South Brook? lyn. It will be conductedby G. R. Colston. tt?" A duel, it was yesterday rumored in this City, was about to come off between two clerks in one of the departments of the Corernment. We know nothing of it to day . but if a murder can heal the honor of either party, there should of course be no opposition to its perpetration' Certnin we nre that any vacancies can be readily filled, except va? cancies in the heads of the dueilists. [ Wash. Tel. FOREION MARKETS. Wright, Oaiidy^sTco.'s Circular. Ptr Are.] LiviBPooi., Friday, Fab.tr, 1851 Our last circular advice* were dated M.h, asd reported our Cottoa markat aa cosing steady, withsa-'eaat 10,000 bal*s; th* following m mi ng business was somswhat checked by the intelligence from London of the defeat of the Russ*Il Adminiatr.tion sad the r.rgnation oi that bidy cf Mm s'.e sj bit th* prospering stat* of Irada in the manufacturing districts more than connterhilanced tb* *vil effects aura fact was otherwise eal?al*t*d t* procure, ami beyond limning tks demand on eptculatnrs and exporters' accaunt. n.? ? -an<* occurred, th* salss reach.ii( 6 "' bale*. Th* Niagara's advices were re reived on nt o.day, bat cn'ised no alteration in the prevail? ing oj tnioa, ami sales on that day were confined te f,BB| bales On Tuesday b a'i speculator, sad expoiter. were sixain in tke held. r?..ssured bv the nrm a.aad made in Manchester on th* imrt <>? spinners and maauK "urers, and ths sales reached 8 MM. On Wednesday the salss wsr* t.OtO. and yette'day 8.*' bales The total sales of th* week (as per de'.i''s in annexed itat*m*nt) sum np 54,940 ba es.of which IS.ITSare (> saee olaters, and ? Bin (a etryrters, and larluda 11, MO ba as Arnercaa. *f wri-ch speculators have taken 7.51B and ex? porters 1,440 halss. Import for atme tune amounts to 15. J^B.ol wh eh 13 2R8 ate American. Carre parcels ol" Sarat are again included in trie ab .se id es, 4ia? .a'uig t*S,49l balsa, of which ipec ilatora and *i;>orters bare taken about 1,080 bales. rail Ba to nav. Fair Middling. Ordina'v. New-Orleans.f Ib.Jyd. i ? ...i. 4.?;..! Mobil*.V tb.ird. J d. 4 at i r.l. AtlaLtic.r ib.iid. Caid. land. To day thes.les ar* estimated at 8,Out) bales, 1.0 1* to mediators, and 1 SOU to *>|>orters ; the market c 'Win; very turn at ourilde rates, part.rulai 'y lot u,u .miss ?Mating HU.j up? aril Bcyi.Bd the remarks already tiered in our pravious weakly iisu**, which eil.? r*it*r.tie, there:* no new feature aaje*> loted to affect the immediate fu.ur* CSttrse of th* market. The light storks ofdoods and Ya'na beld by producers and ths fact of the trad* being eogsged for sowe tieie 10 cim* at highly leaaunera'ive prices, ire good re isons for luduciag th* 1st* active demand aud ms irisg a ?Mna onance of rfie ?am* AlthanrB the m'.niiy for tb* r*ematerial is freely me', holders being relieved b> th* late I ireeo,>eratioas, ami in view rf the dinomshiug ateck (?hir.li is n >t likely 10 be hcgmented d inn< the easterly ?rinde new prevailing are ltseesgerin pressing sales, and prices hav* conssi|nently an npsrard tasdeacy Should tbe shipmsati from America eoitsntie on the tum limited scale aa here: ??fo'n, ant the pe*< e of Euroue lie nsaintaiard, we evnect tn se* the frlCSSBt c.uneLcy permanently estaotitnsd and probably BBeMImpseveaseBd t?Ve i.'.ace, ho' If, on the other hi id, !? and shipments are extended, n retrograde mnv* nieuts wi.i *nsu*. Tbe Msuchaster market bas not regained the elasticity it i???? at the ?lese ?I laal week, upon iho auaeauc.enea'. of tbe Ministennl ertsnl. fiat although beyaTS have pa i.ed in then operaiioiis, the lirmr.ess ni .mfssted by svmnert. ac. Baa P'eveatsd aiy ( hange in same Ya?ns an.I Twisr are ia g-m^d demaail ?? estrem* prices. I'lotii ba* be?n less mendted fee but there a-e srrsiptums of aaiacreaaing b rren sh.irily taking plac*, boih fur the List an 1 sal B*> mestic aeeeuai It was g*i erh'ly expeclel that a ProtScioaiat C'ubinet would csnse some enange in the dut es ou fiiain, a*d thss fesbsg, 14 gethei wuh b|Bt intaort*.*nv* niditioanl nesi to all de?ci iBCins s 1 f BieadatutN, which, in th* early I lit o th* week, was held for mere meaef and in s >m* tastsnces aa a.lranceof Id V bush, >n tfBBAT was ob? tained. Flol 11 has chauged ksmia in cntiderakln ijuaatl ties at eiireo.e ratei and good sarcehl BT* new seal agSj offered. Imiurt Ci>RK has also been id be'ler re; irst. nnd U txl f <iuarier dearer. A1 to-day's market lha a. calauc* nss limited, an-' the bnsuees transacted j ute of n retad character, wutow change in puce, SXCaat t NT Inlitn Cora, which was m . t?,ue.? ?1 rh Iron itir?. .11! nil a:, and the tnrn dearer. Annexed is trie usual statement of Import*, Iipons. Ac. ASH*? snppor* the lute adv.in-?. sn i f?irth?r sales of .580 hhls have been n.ade at i *, f >r Montreal Po s and Tit. for Pearls p*' BWt, BaRK eoaiiaueeia retail inquiry at 7a. 61. to 7s. 9d. per asst. fot I'h 'aileli hia Urals. Cr.ovEBSBEi> is much want?4 and omnaadi extreme rates , a parcel of fine quality hrouif.t i.'.s per cwt TLAXSBBB 'iniet. holders denandmg BSs. per tnu, which Baiers nre nnw illing to givs Timothy- btr, lor want of stock, is 0 bmi'.rd WgUBel. Brme ijunuiy would rejhre 41s. per cv.t Laun is in active demand, aad aa'.ei of 70 tuas ari re? ports d at 4'n to <9i. per rwt. TaLl.ow b?s *ie#a in improved reqoeat. and S'Mie large parcels have (hanged hauls at Da 11 bbss, lot New Orleans, sn.' 's mi a lbs per cwt r-r New-York melted. Tb'Kl'RNTIMB amd SriBITS ?No trau? tenons for waat of stock . fern er woald briig 7? <*)7s. ?d , sad latter .><-.)< * cw t. Tah being held nt 12s , meets with li'tl* itteu'ion HFkin?The common .tiall'ies ara lower, and ssles of 540 tibls. have beea BBBaM at 3s. Id *3s. lid.; fine is very scarce, and w? u 0 meet a ready sa'e ai 7*.<ai0. LiNsSEb OIL Caxis ar* ia no est a id light in stock ; ia>r af tkick at to 15s a s.7 is , and ihia oslong ai tS lOs <s tSss. aa. have kwee made. Ri k?Abontiit tuts ha?? been taken at 16s. for ordinary as to Us 9d ts Its fee fine r cet. in tsoB'l. Oil s?8p?rai and L*'d ar* ib rood r*i'l*st; firmer ia worth its, and latter i.41 to Li) V fin. Whale is neg lected asd to make sales cinsulsrable r*du<-t!.>n on last rate* would hav* to be aiibmiitad lo, ?<?.??. it the low prn-e 01 pale Seal ,_ ay. remain, rospec'fu'ly, your obadient serraats. WHiour, Oaavt a Co London Gratti Trade. For tke week *udiig, Tea 77. Th* firma*s* of tsnde has beea grea'ly assisted by tb* improved cckdit.on ha wh.th lb* nipp,'** liav* a <tm 1 ir wsnl the keen drying wind's wb cb bans prevailed dar ng lae laat fortnight have hardened and improved the enr* ot last year's growth The wesiher haa latelv leea very au ss ineus for all kmda of o-it dorfr work, and BBaaWsffS de bi..?resa baa seen mad* in eluwitg,kc Iianngtusnext moi tb isrniers will b* closely i cenpied in tbe fie cs. and it Bs tbereiore. vlim si certsjn ifaat no unuieaiat* inoeaae vri 1 lake plan in the deliveries from th* xr swers Th* *r nvals from abroad ar* alaolikelv to be very ams 1. at lesst t, r a time. and aa lb* nutlets w ii protab'y. *r* long, have t. 'bin*fm?wl.at m?r* *xt*a.iv*lr tkaa tt *y k?v* d*ne of ime a mrde at* n*? on present tales sp j?ars to as muri d.U'abi? than any decline. The f itu-e rao<e of pnece will, ol course, ?ir... gr**'ly on tb* character of ttm weather, law ws nre inclined to th ak that,sv*n if the p'osp*et? f >r ik* cop oa the g'ouad sh? i'dcontiauefavoralna.tda Taln* ,f wkest would Bex reced* fist a raoatB orlwo.astaere will 1 e bc gieat praaaui* of foreign oa th* market nnul tb* '"as'i'i tj-Ktsti ns ar* relative v higher on the Contiaaat thanm tnia country, and thoi.gh we are of op uunukit Pnc*s abroad will ultitnat* y b* ragalsud by th ??* c irrent here bolders nre not I'kelv to give n way so long as there iinaaiosachani e 10? them to get >u; with ptoat, and Ute? eiJlthorefere.mal! prob?b l;ty specilaU on ths p wai.il* fontingtreies of bad weather during tne enumer or au t-3.1. Th* ss ?1 r*c*ntly received accouaU f? >m the Ba! ue.iaforw aathatgee^ qua nie* of rel Wk*?t could art be bought at any of the port* from which we are m the ??bitcf receiving th* beet Mads under 4?a. ? qr.; .r*? on aaO at a>aat7ic rvieee were ereovrtioaatelr h'Ch. 1 iol*d Its. to Id* *a4 aupersor old ba 1. ce n gh sailed benag q'1 bug Wbsat up MMs f qr. fr** on naard. At the near rohtinental ports, prices ar* s'dl h %h*r, aad it woa.d 011 te^uently aot pav to import from 1 ?y quarter, in Amenc* theprc**.if Flour hav* als? n*ea. andI what ha.! .s'.ulv been bonxrit C.erefor shipment to Great "nu n wi. statt.1 Bno nor* than lk* p *s*nt vain* k*r* Btuinaaa. at >Urs ??* bas bawatVna but certaialy not active, andastlers ha^v keen naasie toeaubhsh any rise en pienons pr.ca* There bu not b*cn moch bnsmei* dent* in the fr?* on-boa-d unde. owiag p*rt> to th* paucity of otism. rining or mt*r**t has occurred in ladiaa Cera afloat. Llverpeel Iren Warkct_...FiB r . We h***ao change to none* tn ih* Ino^ saaraei wkjen is anusua'ly depreaawl. Spnaa *m*r? cmt fo-waru ?lowly, and ih***rneeis'strike is afT?c isg ths BBBBBBUBl .umptun s*nou*i? fh. buaiaM. 1* aVotch Pn. I bobc .a uauesoaaluniud icnU. asd dealer* and jjBwanttBgaa ?*> cLss op*r*tmc looking for lower pne*s a* th* iwjij *l tae rapid,y7ncr**.i?g sto?ki A .*rg* buaiaeea has ts-i -i UiBweel .nTf.Vi ATEs.nad the market clean armlynt rawer h.gber ?nc*& U other s?*ula th*r* t* no caaaf? m pi e?. and a moderat* baaxa*** dasutg Harre Marke?..r-V*** * CoTTOti-The necouau fr?m ths ssxn*isctartng dWwjctn BJ? tar fmaa BBSJB ?ging . sBk^etl *r; sWaWfsBlnl iBJslan; ton to .L..e eawessrA* Carnival li.Udavs tsanweBBnarns^BB as usual to Ueeaan tranascnon* Oar ?T^t/\mm9!' "t^l .re sln.*st bare, as :n**t of car stocks It [SBBj^. The .aieaol the last save*, days de na? .xread ^ ^^?'-v?" clndrac Lite bale* U arrrre. agnoast u*!**"' ike steck ntav r be refer* a* vnlned "j*^,"i'*,;iAt r B.-A tat.gT.tih? *to?^'/rtC^taarV? R& Livaipooi. annsiuacawtke arnvnl efUe NiaajarB, nad | lau aa Odtae at New York aad ??V?TlfJ,,!L Tt* following were tke ***** *an?t*d. vu J-J- tale. New-Orlaaas.-.-.'Set?! 1*A1 " Mobile-. MIT " tpiaaw.- feteTt COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Saiee ?i ;?? Stock ?t-????)? Mini li *^WV|^6,e<m*-,o:'1'r'00 Lone Island.9M ?v?*. *.M ;** do. ? S:? ?*?-?? 8*1,150 do.43, 3.100 Ind. Canal 6? .. M I U ?h). :j, tjm naaa ?a.901 *v? do... * ?j 0 Ohio 6?. *m_lo8r io Norwica_' jjj .?-...I?l ll'* Jo.?W??t i.ieflEne lit Mtg...llSI 20i? d?. 53 MjOO do.115* 100 do.?*-? 341 iWiiiin ^...hijij,! j,.uo jj 2.<<o Em? Inc. tld... . ; . ?) ,; >.... . <? 1 ?5 En* C* B,-':i 93 I *0 do.?>?? 33. 1,000 do.93?i!l? do . .. blO 33.1 *,-?0? .WO MMN Readi-ig.3.10 71 O.CM do- )3ij*W do.?..00 70, 10 000 do.b?0 94 I ico do 70 ?*2 do, '6?.?4?|lO0 do.mo 71 *-?J" d0. l< IM Monti.in r>2o I0???^?New.Jersey. II .yxo do.9?:'lOt do 013 1"! 1-i Rend Bds.. TO. s, j -von ao,'?f J. r?'.?! *me,^K?? ?? *? Ports. D* Dock... 71 43 Del. & Hud.113 ,3m) do 7, ,** 5?.b,TO.H2? ;30 Nicm'guaCo'.'.'.'. 20 ?2 .btO.ltti ISO n?.|Dhin Coal. .. 30 S, do,-.llSJ IMSt.LawVe Minine S. S L?,n5 "kKM .100 En- RR.* *?, . Bt.ofl.om.10? 30 do. bio hi, 10 N.Y. A N" Haren.!*?:HO.) do_.'.'.'.' >|, 5. do.110 j 30 do ..*"".**".?j? Sal I'.'Mich. So. R R...10411500 do.... b2i-ll M do.103 BOS Harlem.b30 t>9j Sai Roch A Syr.113 50 do. M 2i0 Lore; Island.S3f| I Hudt >o River.... Oil ?ico?? Bottn. ? 17.000 Brie Bds ,'59.103 !K>0 Reading.b3 71 1.0CO do. ?OS. 94?! 100 do.tsW?0f 6,000 do 71. 991 I ' do.b60 711 10-000 do.i30 93J 373 N. J. Zinc .. 13? 1.000 II Rirer Bde l<*t; 30 do.. . w*' 191 3.000 Incomes.9?]i 35 do.. . " h3<j 13, 5.C00 N J Ont Bds. 97 l-jno Harlem ' " ?9 6,000 Hud 3d Mig.. 9? I10O Morris . . 18| 4.0C0 Pa. 5s.90]!100 do... o60 19 30 Canton..71C300 do."."\b3 18. ?2 Eri'.83 81 Metropol tan.19*4 34" .oj 99 I 35 Nat. * Wor.531 *rt do.MJIIOO do.b?0 5fl ?99 do.aa I-H5 do.M| ?"0 ?'".bli. 85;:loo Lon* blend. 13, ?100 do.bto Si, *X> do... 23* 100 do.rdd es? i.ioo do." "?? 53 28 N. Y. At FT, H_110 300 do.33 j Friday, March 12?P.M. In Stocks there was a good deal ?f ac tirity to-day, and a buoyant feeling generally evinced in nearly all tho f.incies. Long-Island was an ex? ception, baring ruen too rapidly and fell off 1 ? ct., closing at 23. Erie was very active, especially at the Second Board, when 2,300 shares were sold, elosing at 63, an improvement of 1 B cent. After the Board 83t was bid. Reading had alto an upward tendency, and improved to 71. Hariom wasorm. Norwich was active, and improved 1 t> cent New-Jersey Zinc was in demand, and closed at 131, an improvement of 37|o P share St. Lawrence Mining was inacttre inquiry at 31, and offered Stay, For Erie Securities there was a large demand at improving prices. The salesexcted 1113,000, closing at 115; for 1st mortgage' 103 for 3d mortgage, 991 for Incomes, 994 for 1871 Convertibles, 91, for 19)99 Convertibles. Hudson River Bonds are also improving. At the Second Board the market was very buoyant and active. The foreign newa was considered at favorable, and the prevailing impression was that there would be another expansion of prices next week. In Exchange there is hut little doing, and the quotations are heavy at 9(9)19 t> cent, for Sterling, 3.181 S3 17J for Francs. The supply of bids is lair. Freights continue firm, with moderate engagements, but considerable produce offering.? Some 2.000 or 3.000 bbls flour for Liverpool at 9a, 3> 2s. 3d.. MO or 900 bales Cotton at 3 1"!. and includ? ing SfiO Sea Island at M.. Grain, 7d., Deadweight, 22s. ?d. o25a.. 1 000 bbls. Naval 9lores at 2s. 6,1 . and 5< o bole. Oil Cake at 2s. 6d. To London, ?00 bbls. Flour at 33. Od. To Havre the market is dull at te. The Franklin has 9100,000 tn silver eagaged at t V cent. To California there is a fair busmen doing. There is some inquiry for vessels to load Breadstutts at the South for England. A vessel wss chartered at 3s for Flour and 7d. for Grain. One or two West India charters were mtde at previous rates. The supply of Money continue* to be very abundant, and there is no new feature to note. The steamer Franklin will take about 9130.000 in silrer. We understand a small premium has been otlered for the half million of Georgia Sizes brought here for negotiation by Gov. Cobb. Thete is a fair amount of orders for American Securities by the Alia, including first class Railroad Bonds, and some descriptions of Railroad stock. The private letters recsired by the bankers speak of an active demand for American Federal and State stocks and Railroad bonla, which absoibs what is offered for sale. The quotations show in some cues an advanoe. At Hamburg a'so there waa a fair inquiry far Government at 1071, and Railroad bonds could be sold were there any supply on the market. The London quotations are: Redeeinable. Pricae. l'cited Slates 3 p Cent Bonds 1*33.90| a> 9tf 0 " lho3.108 o)103 0 ?? 1868.llOidJIlOl 0 " l8<i7-o8_107 ?,107, 0 " 1?62.|9I ?199 N. Y. Sute 5|>(*entStock 1838-00.... ?1 ,o 95 Pennsvlvania3 *" .83 Cat 83 Ohio0|>Ceuts.1870-73_106 ?H07 Massachusetts 5 \< Ct St. Bdt 1808.108i am Maryland 5 t ? Cent Slate Bonds.831 w 'JO Virttin'aO 1' Cent St Bonds...1837-73_93 u) 91 Virginia 0 \t Cent Bonds.1886 . 97 ? w7i Teunesaee 6 |> Cents.I -66. 93 <t0 94 Canada 0 t> Cent Bonds.1874.107 a I S Beaton City 3 4* Cent Bonds... 1338-C2.... 94 (a 93 Montreal 6 kr Cents.1837-65_81? </ v, New-York City 3 f Cents_1833-70_93 (a) 91 The commercial news by the Aaia is fa rorable. Cotton had been actire at rery full prices, and the feeling in regard to the future wae healthy Breadttnffs were alioin demand, and tied an upward tendency. Consols show an improvement of t |r ct., closirg at 97|. The Bank had reduced its rate on loans to 2 |> Cl>nt > ani' private capital could be bad at Ii all V cent. The Bulbon was still increasing in the Bank. Tne latest report shows the following result: CireelaU.iaawue.i.tt416 74J Isceass Ult lVi Ciiruhtt.oe active.10 147 120 !)?* oats ?tl.07J Public <l?p.site. t.MJ.lll lac-ease IM.ST} Otter deists. ... II ?I? ?13 Iac.ase 3>,\tVS tloverauiaateecuii'issia task i.g cei.arsa.eat. U.SiU JJJ lllllllSI St.lll Oii.?i i?<:'iniieiifl oaakiBsde-_ S|BIB-.-10.979.1*0 De ;rsate 145 3T7 ^oiu and ?ull oe ib beth de _ panm.nl?.IS ?41 njo Ia-.r?BM 1^*3 titm ear ?sdoth?r Bill? ... 1.UI.9M lser.reaee ?o^ft Th? r?.t -. l.tSMt? DecresM 13 ?16 Tb?i?.?rvi'.:_.U.7?S,t.l i at IU I I StSJM The reierve, it will be seen, is very large and in cessing, while the circulation is falling off, ?hoanag that the Back cannot employ its funds. The BoJion in Bank now exceeds nineteen mil? lion* pounds sterling. The Bullion market was weak at previous rates. The Baak still maintains the position it has taken la regard to the gold que? tlon- There had been two failures?Messrs. Rosetti, Carratt ?*? Co, and Messrs Keith, Shooeridge A. Co. Money is very plenty ut Pans, and it is sap poeed tbe bank will redace tBe rate of tatereet to 3 V cent Tive p Cents were 1999J9j Three f Cenu, 63180. The imports of Dry Goods are not so large as last waek, but axe stiH very large. The i?n> ports of auscellancoas merehaodlae are very large, including 14 661 bags Coffee, J,W0 pkgs. Molasses, 4,073 hnds. and 3,964 bbls. Sagar, 1,4-47 eaaks Soda, 33 000 Hides, 19,000 pkgs. Tea, Me , Ac. The Agares ?f the Dry Doods Imports are as follows i Consumption. PasAagea, Taraatiea. Mmafavatam ef Wool.-7U r>, Maaafactai.. ?/ Cottoa-.1.13S 9tl Hit MaawfactBraa ?f SaU-4SI VA M Maa-tao. -r.? at FUx..-.?M M It ?eefhirv"T*_._-X 831 Ui J^f Total._-_!_VSt 9I.UM? H'i.'AJraual?. Maaauaetern ef W?ol- M IHaaafaetBi*. ?' Cowm.BS aaBfaet'iree of Sdk.-lev - aaatsctBras of Flax.-. ?*? .\\ ZU Miss-"-.-.J^? Enitrtd tVar?*>?** $r ,M Mawiateeturas vf Wool.- g| IX;U1 MaaasBctarse of Cottea- .J, r ,M Maaafactaree ti Sdk- f, 7 01? ? ? ? rf ri-.;*:::.:ri?s is^i Tatal..??-??"?"* 1lBfi9B^iW^^*^Mi^ n 1* #*),!,*. r?ym?eu, $jm.?jo bnWe, ti in,. j trs. The Bark of Fishkill has declared t> I Ctv>r>td of if "rent. Mr. Marshall Pepoon has heea elected a D ? etnr of t^e North River Pank, to 1!? ? *aeaa -y The receipt? on the Albany and I er,ect?J> R.ulro* l for the month of FeVrunry, ?Wla.t)tt,437 7? 1 vt February, IraJI, thty wer*. 8.M0 5j i Increase.tj tt . Drti V cent , which u e remarkable result for e severely cold winter month. Leal y?ar the nverop.?n*d oa the alto February, ? which sAYgsjf] ir.-rert.ea theVavel bat notwith? standing that the river is still dosed, the passenger ItMaaMM thus far ia Much largely exceeds that of last tear, V!X : 1*51. IB.V?. Ne oi passengers ironaJTd to W h February..t.ttl 1 ICS Bo.nf passenger*from let to Tie Msreh.?W J t<l tio. mi p***cng*r* from mm to Hen March....I SI5 1,714 Totnl..._._.-.7?.?i7 list Increase In It) days. l.TOt passengers?eoual to 35 PfHt. A private letter from London states that Russian Government has contracted with tbe houtee of Bayly, Brothers A Co.. end CrawsHay, for ItO.tMO tuas Iron Rails. We do not learn for what parti i lar line of railway this purchase Is designed. The act authorizing the purchase by the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad Co. ef tbe State of Indiana, of its Interest in the road, which was re? cently passed by tbe Legislature and approved by the Governor, was anammously accepted by the Beard of Directors, at a meeting, held in Madison on the 3d met. The receipts of the Cleveland, Paiis viUe, and Aaatahula Railroad, for the month of Feb? ruary, were $.\733 39, and for the first week ia March, were over $1 .coo. The February receipte were, in part, oa ouly 3U miles of road?13 miles are now in operation -vir from Cleveland to Madison, from whence to L'rte, Pa . passengers are conveyed in stages. An additional section to Ash tabula will be opened in June, and the whole will be completed in July or August. The receipts on the Columbus aad Xema Railroad for February, were $m,5<X), beta* full 90 \> cent lucrease on the corresponding month of last year. The receipts on the Cleveland, Oolumbus? and Cincinnati Railroad, for the month of February were *3 ? T8I i>, and for tbe year ending February W. were ianw.IBi 14V In the Assembly of New-Jersey, yester? day, the bill to re- h rter the Cumberland Bank wa* passed, and that to re charter the Farmers' Bank at Mount Holly was lost. The Bullalo Board Sxf Trade passed the following resolutions on the 8th lost, relative t > r*> ciprorlty of trads with Canada: Kers.Vef, That we regard with satisfaction the ef foits being made in Congress and elsewhere to se? cure the advantages of a reciprocal trade with ('ana da. That in the opinion of this Board, a system of commercial exchanges may be adopted which will be beneficial to both parties, and contribute In the highest degree to promote that freedom of inter? course anii good neighborhood which are tbe best securities against national prejudice and the strong? est barrier against hostile collisions Rtsohrd. That while we do not expect the cat Government to depart from its fixed policy of impos? ing duties upon importntions for revenue, we believe that manv articles of commerce tnav be made free to both countries on the northern frontier without materially affecting the revenue of either, and at the same time save the labor and expense of distant and circuitous trsnsportation. and exempt our citizens from aa indefinite amount of personal anaoyaneea, and remedy all the evils of a contraband trade. Rtnolvtd, Tbat tn the opinion of this Board, tbe ll?t of articles to be mails free snould tie such that th* aveiage value of a number of yeare of these going from tne States to Canada, should be aa near as pos? sible er;ual to those coming from Canada tt the Stales curing the same period, and that it would not he difficult to make such a list from tne statistics of the trade beiween the two countries. The interests of the IT. S. Bank have re* reived another unfavorable blow. Ia the Philadel? phia Court of Common Plena, it was decided tha* not only the assets la the hands of the several trus? tees cieated by the Bank of tic United States, am mnlirg to some $lo.' lar.Oou, but all property whatever, assigned for tbe benefit of creditors, ar* liable to taxation for State and County purposes. According to the Custom House returns of New-Orleans, the total value of eiports from that p?irt for tue ?piarter ending tbe JM of December, was $l?,l(M>,r;<J7, aa follows Riporlsof Am Produce in A mer. vessels.$rj,?lo,4l(l F,?ports of Am Prolm e in foreign vessels mlJ.il15 Aggregate mi American Produce.?'J.tfOj.utJ Exports ' l foreign merchandise In Ameri? can vessels.$31 N05 Do. in foreign vesaels. S,7US - _ Total exports.$:? iMb.-JtS Cieareu coastwise. S.1A3.44B Total.AloJiWoo'jr Ket nuiount of duties received, ::? ioj $4. Markets-CaasrutLt Baroaran ma Ths Tamms?. FatDav, March It. ASHK8?Ths msrket te very tirss for Fearla. ta* supply being light nt |6 fgf, F ils ar* salable at $>?$, Ml. Tbe sa >s reach 3n bbla. COTTON?The market is very active eine* the steamer's news 4.11W tales have changed hands at fall price*, tasking :?.I for thiee d*ys He d*rs ar* willing eallere. Currtnt 1'rurs lor lAotrpont Cluur/Umtion Upland Mo. k Flo. N O fcTes. Inter) r. num. nom. noes (rrd'oary.7l<e> S 71? 8 Ht) ?I Middiiag. 8}<*> 81 ?Im St l| B si Mi do In r F?r. Sf? s] 8.4* ? V .* SI fa r_. 9 <* 91 nom. v( Good Fair. nn*s no**. n oa fn.e.?. noin. nom. nom FLOUU AM) MEAL?Tb* f.vorabl. ndvicee by th* Ann bava imparted buoyaisiy to the Float market, aad with less stringency r* F'sigkls, holders ?re very firaa, with n good i*-.at and Lastern taqoiry, e.peciall* for Weslarn and tbe ' -for grades of dial*. Tae receipt* coatmae naodera'e, aad ear stock u mach redoaed Unen mr.n to r . i: viralem, iiibaiu, aau nn iihui ioow ?? - fnaed for n a re parcel *t th* ein**, and tl VimtS 31J for fancy. Kr* Fleur is mor* plants nt Si ??gl ?>f Com Meal is issactiv* but nun, at H i7|wti 41 lor J*r**y, and ti 'M for Brssd/wm*. Buckwheat Fleur is in linaat*d densand at ? ate i. t ? ?> .and >l i>ai< Hi 9 hoi. (iKAIN- W bent is held higher ?Ith l?*e He ring Th* fa vorabl*fo?*ign *ilvlc**br the C'i**rdst*am*r have imp*'ted I .>>.:.. r lo t tie saarkei and beider* feav* withdrawa Irooa 'lien* let No sale* tr?**pired Br* is e*jM ?I 74* for Jtrser, and 7ai for Northern. Ba ler :s maeliv*. but Srss nt 78m??e. Barle/ Mal? is t* demand at *7e|i f nnsaal. Oat* ar* scarce and a d*m*ad ?? Il'e)i7|e *or isa'e, snd t e4t for Jersey Cera is u. tn freely orferod ?ad with less doibg ? ' the Vast and for export, ?'ic*e ar* kardlf so firm. Saleeol 17 Ms) bnahals nt M for good Bonn* u Muedaad Jersey whit* m for Boulhnra Y*Bow, sad 64HS Id for hast sou.* Southern Whit* WHISKY ?The sunrke'. is better, with laas orTeriug , ss esof am bo i Fraon attl oillio Dradg* I* in fair dc lasail.anl isl.ur-sai.tsttlc.tim*. FKO V MCN8?The upw?rd teed*ncy ia Fork est bnuea, wi'U aa si.tiv* daanand. pan *p*c*1nliv*, Infla enced bvth* light atock nad ihe ruvornnle aavicea ^?s* New-Orieso* wkars Mas* as | o ad salable at $16 ;% Oar s'ock of ill kinds neea not probably ?xroed > Dos bois tli?t..fo (me'oiled i la und*r 1.00* b?l* Th* aa *s *r* I 4d?biil* nt ? M far n*w Maas; j .aYu \l\ f r old M*as. snd now held hither ; n*w Frin.* is hold st BMJ TJ. sew Priia* Me** i* salable at gl? Bf; Clears held at $17. i Using beoysat B**f t* acoo r*th*r ??A,'* daeiaad for ike trade and f*i iiii?p?g, s* *s *' tiro oa-* ai SM*SiS 10 (o, Me.*, aad O^ti io tej_ Wtmm*. JtM, lattes pric* tnr very saperior. Finn* .Bisaess higher Tt* *t*auner's advicee ka*e ??">;Ut*<,.t?? k*t; we iueu it quiet nt SltwIH BawfHams ar* Sr? and sere*, sal** of li bbls at $15 ??*I? V*' ** *' Lard ia b*U*r. and in g#?d demand The BBBPSSaa bas induced more fiisen*** ?td a betteji l.tsw nr.. and tt.rcw at S.w'n :.. **d 4M ^'^^Zd F.ckl?dM*aU nre linn, with a "'^"V^'l'^Vw Haaaa. trad* ai 6iw7?e ?Uv* tSS bids. Kentucky Last TOBAtJco t* v?vjc tZmrn cTijiiW L ?^WW-Aar? ?*rk.t. sales of It,0CS Ina. Prime nt r - TA ^iVhbl* cassumua Wentaia si St* cash. ' mAT-T?. up^TThett.? and demand B?san netiv. for *i Jt\7 sa'.. M to* bales nt 7m*72c. sertM la* cask I Bi?Er5i-Tb. mark.t ia v.ry qm.t. we have only te n>U aeaSBsTdll US s*?tk?'? fM aa SM "^Jj! ! atSklt season i* over, and niace* saccasnk t* ersvaa*** ! TUAt?-Tk.rc.*rkrti. ^, t'-rf??- C*m*"?" " ?5c sad 1 Beckland at $ l lift _ Titaber, i car Ll MBIB-Taer. i. SV?taWa* go k*. beea ^d ?V<tZ&-r. SS?^chaaged hands at LATHS? Th. mark*? ie oe sa* , . 1 $?il* , 1 CaJ. Lina-c*. ltaje.