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a Cam*. B i-n thr .?rrlrt end s i a,, r Retail Trad* w :o a S' , a *f r?ac? t art* Mu ? and 8"k' Cuomu.., whirh It el-aany a' bar? tm *i?at attention <>r ai* uoi of tu. .i.-je aa. irt] a n t ' Ike nati t.w ei.d ie.lrsi.le *?,;.,,/ w , .. i'm aeaaoa aaaniifartureo i Ott? eery roodrtite m jr* ?; ?a. - ar* ?<? nailed th?o Oar M.r. r a-.t Tel orlm Hepar men- Ii ripp?ad with an :a fcr*. >*?-.. t> of ? , alUaa la Coiii VatTtl? ?1 Tl im ....-r? *>it? treat teat* a -. err la th* eeeerel I j i *1v" *.? a i MM i. a i - ? The demand for < ay arel laea* MjlBB af ClBIBIJ from a'l ?' ? id th* ! Uttel fiter*, rat r. r trade I ? * ' Ii ? bj pv . 1 i , i ?-? 'a ? a. a* b .-' rnpetirl a 1a a i ,? ated for in the rant tea' tie Ml .'a Ii./* ??. d *?!*? Maa o fail . .f (? lata? an eery di "-/? -'. Md Bar HUB!rial la aty'. ?, tl.a'.f aoy boo**' to IB* tra I - ?. d aar prtre* lair *? d aaodore'* 0 r Bloa i* ta prwdoeetko b?at Bl tie .* t>l '?? ku.d 'hat eta b* pi t <?* In ta* umDer. both to fioe I a .1 ray pcwodoactk ? ??. .? . ?,., vie?-*? n w- i * ? - ?i p y aaaa but the b*?* tilaaA u.d at ttbara a* artaa tu *?*ry B**" a >f our Maa aba tor- , *nt are *re n t afiaiJ la BbBt ??? p-J * aar tat* n ore 'oi mat ji/ BBal garment than any B*?a? la) tee trad* ' T ? edd.d to fa* "?< of labor, ?? Btrery/ -or,*jn.*r ai. l ' i a %*a* ? in iai .ntaa* : , toe i< a nt BBMaarut Indeed, it ia on. o? 't e* **creta of the prrat no ?aa of t- ? ? eat. 1*'- ii ?aairtf ilj tart*11 ?? i a I froai our friendi thit they | firij aa?r a . loo ealeettoa fr?*a -nr ti?w**t ttupa ? Plain k Co., N-* *''i B" at way BfA tie* larpely adi.t la " rtfaTtBTBad Fl'BkllBlie Onjoi I ii ?-? ,:r tbi* ?? a* i. tt ? r. r .*p-< .*' a,-eot'nn to tneaaeae. i LBAB1 a Co. Han aear ready the Ba*ti < Btyl* at BAT* ' ? Oaatlei -a j N ? i I .-.(I Ai'or H *e. Broadway. ? (. i mn 'I iff) .'-nil. ' T*e aw ?l'i*-1 Beaiat PakaLai eeoa modeled. Ali lao ead ii ye* eeataaadi Oiv .n. h i tin Broad way. I AlKIIANhV ?'J \.MI.\HII S< AI.I.S. Adl(*>d to *T*ry decrrtptloii of w*|,hlnt, baen a-. ? eaafjiy ajajaj l *v y/>r M vr?*., and from U??ir bVABUABLI Cob MiTk'tv bar* enrn- to be toe AlkkO'a Lrnoiii Ny.iiMin or rat f D?* r.ytiT* Catai'.aaei f jti.atjed no appil ?? fmi iMi U Co , _No 1*9 Broatway. N-w l oek. (? ^ KlX I I Itli. in. Fityt an. < i.. f a in. Oil FixTtm. flu Fi.i ail. Oa? Fur' a* Oas F.i ai i O?. FixroBo. hi- I vi ?.. f. i Iriii ? . Nr* Brrtii. Nr Srri.lv f. - ? . ?Bl a. TaiOk. Sri;*'. Tianr B'i ?i. na Bot. BfaiiasTaaAi Ntw opatJxi, and for >*!??. at eitreai'ly . w arlaas, by W J. F Pail av k Co , N * nil and tti Broadway. Bbttkin' PLr?n ind Tihmmim.s Of BMpa Varleti, a, d BdU .iir*>:aU-i I mporvd, M > Ut aale low l.r Cain oi An im ri. r?ni kj Hi "ii> t CaTMBLI . f*>i. Ill Broadway. N. B -Pblobci roa UaDBBTaBBaa' i n a j. Blbj i k11! Bob a !'<?. u a l an i i unit BaaattaBlaaA*aA)iaailatbaAVilbiai FtKiirrai. sJBbbj at th* i .id. i * of pei' ??? deehoei of aeliinp, or at tb-lr 8*i BBBooMa, Bio Ifitieat, aaai BroaAwaj ^ (1,611). BlPCUOB 'Inn - -Wtf. H. PRINCB a ('".. 9 ? Bf Catalaflaeaat Fuwlat A u.:H Braaaaray. Trieei iiea'ly n-do.-ed < Wil.DKlt's PaTKBT Sai.am \nih.k Sai B, yea Oaaar Fin Paour Birr or thi Won o, M i t... hu from /.i?i?..rii B. U. MflLMB k CO. No. I'll Broadway, Corner of Dey at , New York. Vt in bLu a\ Wii >i?s s Beb in?. Ifachinen. Prioei ireatly reduced. " v. e ere'n bbaai lor Baaaly n**."?IN V rriouo* ?' To*y ar* the far. ilt. for fiiniiei''?|N Y. EbaMM No v ?> Broadway. N-w-T' 8l ?IM. M ai HIM -. ? All |ilTrlli[)rl w h" }l?Vr bl'CD laJa-ed to boy Bbwim. Michibii wblrb will not BaBBarai tbe Bko*k tie: puriBa?-ri en*, t^d tiiem to do, are Inlorine J t.ilt Bikoia'i. Mai BIBBI oner fall to d" my kind of B >tk. No one I* errr dtaappoh *.e.l lu BBaM MaBaBaaa _IM. Sinc.i k k Co , No Broadwiy. BUOEX'l BEWIIKI Ma< him - Tk* Imaianir ia.. r< *** iu ti e denn d (or tbeae aBaMraVlB IEarAaBM?tt kaa toe I .i arltbb ( n lk*> lallralai tb* bb* a'etiaf prapeiry of lb* a**jatfl The pri.ei of our MacL'aei Bari b ea ireatly nd... >d _i M SiM.fk It Co , No 4m Broadway. Sim.ik's BEWIHS MaCBIKEB. Thine f mn t Iiuim. Mn nisi', at BdB and ar* atUa-tli* unlaerael aitentlou. In all ? ?leuttal |ood 'j lllitee |A*y art am a Un belt M laBB 11 BfBI oflerrd it ? low pur*. _I m. s.n ti k Co., No. 4SI Broadway. faUHK II OlrOt h.s, BBaaraaa, ni.humi. Limii, be., J Boi B at Hi . in Pan ' i, Oc aoieaat of renu.vu.p to r* . BBJ Brnadaay. _H Daaaoaeii i a, No. ttA Bl >idway. JIahh i > J liii opheeoi S ll the Beit a. a t i.eareat Ailir.e | i Ureailuf, B*a . Bp, Ci.at.li.i, Oa] i Pr**er*lta Bad KeitorlL.1 th* lia r Ladle*, try It. Pi t nie by Dn?iliti an] reif imen. KlNKll a LVON'f BEWING M.ti lllMis. VN arranted bt ilaejperfert ittillartlou, or ii' n. y refunded. P. B -Bead for a OBjl ate _N i til Briadway. Fit* m II U tN. FlXTI res, Bint' rina in Paicaa. Taa ink*-Tiber pi*\i.,i,ato tetnov.i.e e. No. 6^3 Broadwky, ad?ra Bl* BkB B AT B LIBBBAI PlStPevai il. U.a.. ia. n.i a. No Ml fltoadway. Tub " Ou DoialaTMM Corn* an ?ii Port Are ankaufe tired, under BM patent for the I'alted Rtatee, by ?BTB* v I. BBbbAM k liiini, Phllad*lphla, and are for aaie by d** fti lu houerkeepti'f artli-lea and itorakeepera lannriKy. K. P. Tokkkv, No ? Platt-it., Trad* Apeut for to* City of N..w York. Hit itscE Bai im in di it Baies Robert hi. Pit* ,k ao** maaafarl n t nt tki akma n Mbrilad Saikiiud Tumi p, a der fr? DoAal ? i k - r . ? i . - Bibi; alao, fue e..d BanMt-Pioat Bii.iK.nai.. ai d Piblob Bapbb. Bm a t. i j a'e. ta, li i ? N ?.. V ? a> -.! t f la.?. i 'i . ily No \i>t p..t. Fboa*. Wood's Hair Renthratite i?thi<oiiiy Bop* of t:.? Ha ? ariB i aaaath reitor*. BtateMi.ei . .' ;<m, I'iji ?;,*, Cl. nyniei le\? leta, La.l.ea and Airullenieu of all i iaaaea leiti'j u> I', and laa y> oi, If Ma y ua* twill pre*er?e tfte roior p. -rlivt.y, and keep Uielr haU from Baa to any Bold e*aiya lieie. 0 (<.| No. III! Broa.iwey, ?ft*r lit Way at lio 4?! Rroadway. l*ii.i h i Can Lit. laaaj V'IKB ASO Hi Tti.l Alt PkikiP Htl'es, Siaa Vii t PaBBI a..a Fltaii, *e--nird by the Mir?;,.?:, coMiiiari. a PaWBBI and Bl aw. bb-Floor [*B4 i, ar- Bk* akj Bafe* bmjbbbj t.ued bbM .o*iVi- , paaajaaM *v? ffteaiila** oalA o mutfttt ei.tevrwa /t..*? fta^o.oei. A ful' aaorv Hkat.t oo. Maiit'y on beard and for a* e hy Pnaa.iai 4 Co.. afruta, No. |f? Bn^adway, N. T. " BdVI KVtlN'w" CLOTBikc A i ra ? 11 ? nu* at. Tb* learreat ?? u.e OB] BctVbyU m B AaBae, ae*)., Eaaraaily Bar aba BaMaeaa, Nt ?Itli M akl> '.i BoWkkV. Okie of Bh.< .arpeet trie anii Moit Tattv BTwBBI BB Aai'<t Mi. a cloiniiw ?m> Pvaaiaaura Baaaej BAM Orriani. ffei Cvitombbi' DiraatMiai ook .Hjnkled. Competition Defied. Ben** ?-ii. or Rr/BBI PlBCBJTTiaa Buoy. I*adJe* ai* tnrlted to , ail ajaj eaauuue lb* Chtldieu ? Depart paeiit womio ta let in ai.t aay aaeallod by any la the BTafbA P- B Batnwia Jlair Buim. Bmribo'h Patent Cbampion run: mo Hi r BLaa-Taaap Bar*.. ?>-h Rull'i Pinat PaMraBa-Pi i kV".i>'. tb- aw ttiat aer* awat.lrd lepsiat- n j* i a: Ml ?Vntld'l Pair, Lond m, lilt, and lb* Wotld ? Fan. N*w Pork, Ik .1. n. i are U.e at | V' e... aa Bbbm Ui*t *?? awarded BBBBAM Bl Ike I . ;.d. '. BVol d'l l air Three Hat. a loroi bb* n.~at perfect aerurlty atltult lire Bad BtiryUua. at BB) i*'e ?"' . flered to toe put. | ? At.il V Bbw mi' ? be paid to any pera , t^at caa ihow a IJibi ka'i Pi 11 tt CaaMrioa BapB eeei laUad to pre*, n* in t*o*:*:,u in an ac. Idri.tal ' N Tbe itikeorlriera u aaaaafaatnn il kladi of Botl. r ant t i lion Bank Cbr*ti aad Yaawi Vaolt Doon pad M B. I.? oi Cheat*. f,>r bi' km. jr*. Irr?, ?nd pnrate faoitUee, for BBBM dlaniotdi and of n %? ibkal f. . >- C Baaana a c.a, N. . Bl Btok.'wiy ? , n.-r kt ..ray et , _Opp"?'te Cl'y II. . N.w York Cat .AKKIl CaTAJERB ! CakTARRH CATABRB Whit m it ' Bov Ovaaal Tbonaanili of p. ?? . ? -r all aorta of an tun from Ca Bkrrk Mo*t people no* what It* li.r..:.t- ^injB)' and reoaita Bra, yet bat few kn. ? BBBJ It ' in bo iu-*d T Ii almply * aBroati IrrtlaUoii, and i ftei. enlarpein*pt o( blBleie* bba a mt Bjoeot tt I, kert . i mrii.bieD?, llnJi | tb* uaaalaael Bo* (rvt.kal atrua**, ar? p. *t*rloTi uarr* ai..< a>m*tlD*a ?ateud bll.-< tii* Bfiiaal and lunri Fron thl*. re*.. t tirhtueai and aftea eeittgo uf tk* Bead, olwtru. led nc*a, or a t-r Juae Bow of ?o<-ua Um* of *?a*l:, ua**J BbAbB, Bad often tmpatrod Be*rU| and Tbe older**?! rerr-rdle* bae* a*T*r been able to do aartblup for k NaaaJ h)e -t'oi ? Bad InbalaUou* are ai paiufu. a.d rapru M*e a* th*y ai* |?i real t ?n rbWia Pat, Ut'MrHBBVl'* Oi TBABA Bf BCIPIC, i rn | b P,..ia Pu i U*?l 1*.' or three t?ae* per day, pr?n,p i, m>m tbe ?itld?T <?**? . I ore* it ouooiU eoalebi tbe bead, and ran. . ?urea, by p.re. t*nm u*r. tbe BBoet abetbaat* oaeea, a* ;? proa-d by ta* *ip*rt*nc? of Buudxoda. PrW. w?h full Alie-tier i. kn e.iu a., ^ot H B.-A roll ?et. f Hi Mruaiyi'i HonporaTm, Srp. irirl, Brtik book of Direction*, and twenty dllrreol R*ia*dle*. Ui iara* eiaia, aaoraeoo ea**, 01, do la plain ae*?, At Family ea** of 1? IpjBAB anA book ft TAoe? R* tor die*, by the lie BM boa o* eaae. ar* eeat ky mall ar eipTeea, free of ?karp., B9 BB) *dtr**a. on reirlat of ta* prt*e. AiAraaa P Hi araaar* k Co . _No- del Broad w?j, Boer-VW Jmi'mm i)(~ arc BaTaTiBg what tln-y n prcaent t.. t>* Chablbi * LoatH)* Coauiai Oi* Bm aal- ky the paUeo Ta? eeaialne M aol*) only tu qoar: aad put BattWe. and by a.. g^Jutt aad ftveata Dtp?'. MA *o Broaawa, ?i-EiNi. Si iso?, * '.; 1 BbBvBABJ k B <rM?io'i Opening Ctrruiar tu ?II K ir?" mi < LATHU - We open tr.e P. rix ? ?< *?? ? ' l wv t ?? ? of C< ora Ike <u .i-e- |lti| t and ?i-?? ? '.dot of Boy I mi., r m+: t* ?*??> ? ?i ? | r\r<iii.i.iitu thu ?.r i.otUi ??? 'I'd o-.- ;.?i- Ii.? wtto toe teat irr d* ii th? mar iket pj ? sm) WbaB ? ? MpS fr ? t?>-n:) u ItdllJ per reit edn tt.? pin.!,: ?v. i*?e Th? ?r?;,! -. ? ta1 ftai a - ?Mortuiti.: pi ?TriT Baa ?!?'. ' ! Sp-inf t PTPJUa for M-:. vi B'.ji ?? ?i . t?. ",\ v '0- ?Ifi.tl -a ? ? ? - p ?.. C.ilo ?ot ar mpabcbs pi lka rat.it' ?.-. ara . ? af r "im. M pp|pj BBaaBSAaTA A? eiir t.rw and bri'.Ui t ??}. ? for o .' :K-,r w-*r tnr LSSSSS ll.na?, ar original trd efaJaBat* tr- esM aj SpHaa Ot?r Oir-n-nt. ia ??prriailjr * tra.-tl*.-. arti r 'tie . x'raor' ?? > . pj of our Inilca. ''t.. af, and Kl '? f.ri to? w.laa' t> ae'.cle led'! pAsAs* f | a.. taStee, pH o pa ., . e-1 au pro fraaioaa. In BoV Ol nTIIIIC. ?r? ha?? MaadMl ?d a ar?r uj tr-- of u. * Paria *. ! .tn?-de i ? ; a m ? i Oap.i a Di KKtyi \t Ii i-oi tr i i i.,?-.- , -., . .. , - aai med* ta oiraaw,, pj Um r-it a." .?? it ta* aaaat aj rat*.. On f, a lao i ? laM ii m. '.: .iin'i.r --j.i i ,, ta? .o*-it fir.r* that 'aa t> tat.a i 8mbjb aouiy el.i.d B*stu k Ray* ?- i _ OstSM >.( B\ : .o aud Niaaau iti. In?. iJi.riM. PARENT i<? tos Boy. I SAaat r pi?e pea ajaaiBa, my , s paai raaai ai i?d gre*u fro an? ? ab y<. inherit, Bat ? fii-r.'J f ,ld. I ??ob , in ? Ii y -.r o ob rlfat Bf tu, Bold b-ert and Bvwdy brau., Ai.o, atalelaa *ji??> ?rttb rutor. All yaa auh yoo Brut attala But 1 < ?a r't-?and | ? ? d 1 am To Boa i" Baaa, a. j noy! a>.i .r >i aaion wol-o. iu aftr- life. Will prove a M BTaa of Bf. Wha'rvrr tap lendri yo i, Tal Uli .*?r ai r. ( mm, Aidpir bt*e u* Samt Bineural Ali. ?oi k Braun, a.so Bt M>tia Ci othps. Bs ? BaaraaaifO ? Filai IVhaapaaB a ai R- teil C.y.alni War.-.ii N . 121 1 , d 4" K iltin at., W. i ?_ Ml t KB Pi I I i " W ABl ? Bll-tu Pi.arri. BTaSS, ? ? i P' , t i ' WatL?. h rsa Plbtbb vt ?ia. Paoi i?e a- ? An? iv Aioliiii im. a via,, aa. Ev.!..<ii im afi im BS, ?bslibb bbb Stiaatraa. 1% r.irar PASISTT. l\ (.nur raatSTT, 1% asaai ? ibistt. i> oaraT iaauii. For ialr B' ia Neu -i R?nt tTiov. Imvii-i R?.tu i Tioa. lantaa ? Baotxi iob. W. J K. Daili v A Co.. Not. G3I a*d Broad ?17. CiatlSTAOOBO'fl Ihm DYB, WlOI ?ni] BCALFfl, ? .rpaai Basal a BB] tM world. Tfili Dye itb? nnlr re? liable and Lara !>?? IB BM) '? ipplled by BXpaateerBad liaudi at all Boari of ir? day. t 1 the BBtlafai iliio of ?I.. Wh-l-i*!e aird tetail?Mai '?' '"ty N > 1 Aatuf H uae. C-py the iddreaa. iJt-J-l psia Anmmii.a i i.d. Dr. J. L.V* s Ho Kl a 1 DTSI r nia Am ihot i BBTBI fa'la'.O'ffect a ouie atTOviBBf ia, tabataei bjbj Ai llaij atplaatai. lliaiaraa. Oppnaair n ?*t?i Katlny. Paio In U.r >tide et Ha k. Indueitiou, Bo., are aaalMlated t>? a ? doeeaaf ta* Autidoti Prepared and fi 1 -air by C A Pr.Avr 1 Co , No. .Vi.' Broadway l'.i * AI (er hoita , C bottlei 4-&, For aale by bbr Bttaclpal Ur is|ii.i In tbe I i lud M.au-a. Tum Ork lax Hau \u iroBATaTE? PrfpAn?d by Prof. Mamu.i-, BaejM iaeaaBaaad ifl BsiaaAttc avaa, a*II ha* ibowii ey iu pbSbbI mrr.ti thai it d - ? kb* tmlf praSaea a pro?Iii of Hair 1 n 1.1 1 l.-adi Boa tiiit t IbM Bat n-ver bern kuowu Brfot? ' y any otBOf pfupBIB?eB in tali DOliaMy. Vo bbj and r.iri ?i . n ?> M aahel a ??? Iba bbbIb, pr- raaM the hair from BIS a* off, Btatefl * keautifa! dark Baaa No other toilet ii n~ drd It n ly br < I latBld a- a- y of thr food IlruailaUlB toll ity > r K'. ? 1 * ti i.awe K. MbBB. a>l P*r bottle, or S - per doi Libera dlareu t made to tbe trade Adjr.-aa r Svbmab BtiBviLL A Ca., Bo. ISA Bixttaiayay, ?. T, , JI?i | FOB A ReVOI 11 li. SoOBIB'l Patim BavoLVtBC BaOi Basi - are here. Rm tv, BaraaaiLiTV aaA Oompobi Combibbb AAjI ti"-- SaaMBaa lu ih. r?... Ai ran Tai a B) bbbM pat aalr, SB aar Seat >. mm ar.-aa. C BBB] oroni t.M.n pr aatptry. Kta'. R pr.ta for aa ?. J. H. bWOMA n ?? i^Oarorur it . N. y. BtTTTPBE Cubed?Bi ItABsa i\ Co.'s Radi .-ai OSBBtfeSIBi AJaaSiLB Elibtii Btockisb*fof aajhaaBB reine, ft rr'kTiia iad Ihvi'i mi hi. ?? r ?> luaTimente for lrfonnlB?! niad- tn nrxlrr. No. % \ eiey ?'. , Altor H .uie, N. y. Ladiei' private rwai. and fwna.e attend ant. Hi- Vi aks AEPBOI ED,?Ths Inrifi'it kn'ivtn. I ti i BMM paataUsal I and baM nrdrrrtood are BkikiikiTH'a j Uaivn il Pu 1 ? otmri wm\jsaaejaalsataaaaaaaaaaatlai S111 Maailin Iba mpm of thr itomj, i aad bowel* 11..0 have beetp riif?d i y tiimi. wbatB Iba beat abyMelaaa aad ataai n .-dirii. 1 ha-r . ? rr'.t fa ?.1 Tbeir iiiooal lib baaaaeed Bakaj Tatltabln IItti Ti ? at- pioetl . to- bUtoa* aad the fuil haldted iboi.id t.eeet be w itbout tbeir P|l)a, la order to be re aorted to when BaaBBabtJ bAUb, Bud BM *bm ill y at ttia aaa wt 11 of 'he yeai Prli p. Boe. B BM CanalSt, and a 11 by all Drunriit-it relit! a Ii a Ii BBattl BBSBI ' BAbA 'I n J'lli -Ii Its-. Ar excellent opportunity- ii idordrd fa* in Intr Kiti'tion to i rlealiah 1 pra- bat* bl * rout try towo. wrbln ut.e tin dred tnllei ?f New-Yorb Clt) Addreai aril . a e addiaa* and taAar et.- ea, J. B , Boi No. '..Ni7 New t , rl I' .1 .Ml: .? KERosiiSi:, Kkiio^kne, KEBOSEME. Pure Kiaoakki On. Alwkya hand at Wili 1 am Cobbbt**, No- HI (IreeLwieh-it., Two doori from rnnrtlaiitlt. To thi Ladies <>m \ ?Thi< Vietoril BsiMaSM icr (rn dieal PTOtietor).bl now ready fit thr Truaa rU'at. i?h bbbbsj if Mrairi Matal Ii Co., No . \ ear} it, Ail r Home, abate a lady ?? In ronaiant lUendanoe at .Uirir private ea-ei room ti' wait up- u laeira Hill's Hamb Dyb. 60 osaii ? box, binck or ?>i, wirran'id. I . t t N->. 1 Bare ay it. alao aold MBe, SB Biaadaaj. aad all BiiiibIMb lu'ainb.r dm.i ? it md Pi o BALia, bay tbe sraaiBb i. aaeaatj of th* Hair. Asctic Out. MBBT, for Cbapa, Earaa, Balh, Bat bM *. PUaBj k<. Qboi lr a* Bakeb'b celbbb itkd N ilBBI BM PaMII I Biwiac Ma. him, Nrw rtylei. Tie ei't ai BBPM No. I?6 BtckdwkJ, Nrw York. No. Hi Pnlt.-n??., Brooklyn. " We nave oi:* af Urover k Baker'* in BBB own family, end we mart *ey. M Ml bSbBm minu.Vturrri that il ii good a* it we* teprrirrted to be." - 1 N. y. Led> r. April 2. MONDAY. APRIL II. 1K9, Ti? C< 'WI ESl*ON DBJVTB No Dotte* ran be taken of Anonym., lattoinnianloationa What? ever w tnuniti d f.r it irrtkio 8>u>t be autbei'i ated bytae name and adonai f IB* Wlttai --:. t neoeaaartiy tor pubUoa U. ii, but ai guatarty Ba hi* good lallB. tt r cai 1.. ?'. de t?te :< in..rn re r, ted Comtnaaii'l'i->:>a. BajaaaBB haabaya Bay Tbb Tbibpbb OSbbb BAaMld ta all bbbm be adotoaed U lloa?, i ObBBI it A Co. Onr Tlerannlilr Adyerlieer. The cut tunt.l't oi our MSSCASTILI A^vtR ITBBB w.j be laurd 00 Monday, April ii. It will be devoted excli.i.Talj to tbe li.tereiti of the Mc-i antile PubBo, and will crn.ta a a R' urw of thr Mktk.-ti ilu ?* ,nir la?t uml*. a catrV. y prrpared ?tatriurnt of the Prt re Carrent of all leading axtl lei of Mi rchandtie, alao, a PiJ! Rrp.rt of tbe Stmk at.d Mot rj Matketi, t"<- ttrr with a :.-b oUirt itetm of Commrr cdal InBrlllgeuoe a* aha!I be deemed of ipev a', tutereet to tb* AO,OB* Mrrcbauta to wb. tn tt ta eenu SPb aim to aiate Tin AJkTBBTlBBS B ayaiBBBBB BSal aaJaAaB Ti* U t M 1U reader*, Pamtibing them rrilah,e trport* of all tb* Importaat ronimerrlal ttama'tioai of each month, and lenrlng aa a Dtrevu-ry to the Brit B..alneaa H 'aiee and Ban'.ifac'orie* I la our ooontry, weil? to Wboleaeleri, JoSberi, Mm?-Vturer?, and all wbo bat* Ui.-da and \N area to diap..** of Utroughout'tb* regular cbann** of trade, ?1 believe no medium of equal value ean be fouad. Tke April N.imbrr <? Tni lliicuru iSIdmitiiii wlJ be e*ut, prepaid, to V?.'?? CouatrylMerchaaU. Blh t^d from the Agonry Ho. ki af Meura. Mi En tor k Wood, art-. a ?i*w M lb* near by trad*. The entire ekpeme Will be paid ky Advrrtiaement*. Price, SI per Ha* Bl *pa?? ,> :? ? ? AdTrrtl**minu die played ta SkB BiTBtrBaSBA HORACE EE P. LET A C?. .Veae- l eek, Apr'.'. I. 1MB_ Is our local tiewn ill bt> found a:ci>untB of a hfary robtVry. and of the arrrj*t of s gADf* of re rt'ivtTi i't itulen bb 'Jr1. Yelkisi feypr arnrpd at (,-uarentint* 'yeittrday froai K.o. Wt> lnarn that iu Cuba tin- rn>*tii>uc<!> hit* commeactNl u?u?ual.'y early, and with extreme Tirulenee. In tbe Sicki-m o?ge on Saturday, Mr. John Gra ham BaMEBbBBMbl lu* opening ipeech lor the ilefeitaf He ocri^' d the waole it-aeion. and nil ipeak thrt e or four houn to day. Dr. CmSBN BB will |i?e hi* aecosd Ant; S'.arery Lecture at tac great hall of Uf Co^-er t.it.'.ute this evening. Subject: God'sPersona!Libert; M aod our Slate Traffic and Legislation e/votratted. No charge f >r admission. All are tinted. California date, to the tiki lit reach U bf way ml Nrw-Oilcans. The John L.Stephens had ar? rived at Panama, with $1..'?00,000 in gold. Ttte Vanderlo't line of ttearaers had stopped running. The trouble at Sh?*U bad been aatuftctinly tet ti>d. The total sbipovnt of treasure fr >tD San FlMtisttl fur tne year. t-> Mar? h ',. had been j 009 Money Masstringent in San IV;-. cise<. and the recnpts of gold from the Lvtoli Sf light in conaequt nee of the bad condition of the roidt. DtuiBtJSS rather du ', arid Hade depreaaed. in consequence of the UfMttd arrival ul large quanti?e* ti goods. T!.e Quaker City at New Orleans hat broarht adviees fr.m Vera C ruz to the lit of Apr 1. If there it nothing of the April fool irj th,* i.etri at is rather apt to be the c?se with newt fn>in M-ii?o received at New Orle&nt via Vera Cm/, and mtmi to ut by telegraph. Mirauion would appear to hive abandoned hit attac k on \ era Cruz. It appears that. notwithstanding hit reported checks on the. way. he actually arrived with bis main army within site nii'ei of the city, when, on tht l-tb of Mtrch, he himself, with a tnuall guard, a<l I anced to r?-'*? >n soiter the place. The people of Vera Cnu tent their women on shipboard, and ?to *l 00 their de? fense; but the- failure of an attempt M A1. artdo, the text port south of Vera Cruz, against which he sent twelve CuiicVfd men, but which wat found too ttrocg to be at'aeked, ?vnn to have deeided bim not to attempt \'?'ra Cruz, and it in stated that on the LTth of March he broke up hin Map II I ret red toward the capital. If their it any truth in the ttory that Degollado and other bottile com inanders were threatening the City of Mexico, that alone WOllid explain bit withdrawal. Mr McLane, our new Minister to Mexico, landed at \ era Cruz on the I at of April. 'Ml. I. It 4 II ITI * lll'IMM.. Tbe opening of tbe defense of Mr. Sickles by bi? friend and counted", Mr. John Graham, t ilt a large rpive in our columns thin morning. We do not know that it could be replaced by anything more deserving of calm consideration. We like the breadth and frankness of thit open? ing. Mr. Key wan an adulterer?therefore, bt should have been Killed. lie had seduced Mrs. Sick Its -therefore, Mr. Sickles did rj-ht in killing him. This is the real ground of defense in the ? and. if we had been Mr. BkUtaTa hilviner, we should have rented it jfjat there. Mr. Graham's Contra-t of Mr. Bickles't kiliiug Key on the public square, in tbe full bUze, of day, in pltin sight of SCOTei of pooplo, tritt the stealthy, sneaking, prowling, midnight stab or shot of the real murderer, is very forcible. AU must feel its truth. Without pre? judging thin ea?e, or assuming that tue BBBBllluilS of the defense are jnht tied by facts, we say that the killing of bo adulterer by an outraged husband is not essentially murder. Culpable, it maybe; it may be legally what you please; bat no man will regard one who hat shot, in * pen daylight, in a public sijuare, the seducer of his wife or daughter, at morally on a level with the skulking, plunder toeking midnight assassin. If, then, the defente I hud confined ittelf to proving the seduction and there rested, we believe it need haveh tl no fear of co?viction, at least of murder. True, there would have still been knotty md vert serious questions involved in er * igg?>:ed by tli.s cas??at, for instance: How far sh. uld the antecedent life and character of th* husband be brought into review jn the trial of inch an u-tue Suppose he could be pr ited a reckless, persistent libtitine, would this circumstance weaken hit claim to stand forth a defender, to the death, of female purity and household sanctity? Suppose hit wife herself bad been one of the victims of hit wiles, would that fact militate against hit right to constitute himself a bloody avenger of her loet iu noonre atd his outraged honor I We ni ght itna gu.e many facts, or a?i<uniod facts, which might be urged as justly entitled to weight in the disposal of such a ruse; but the naked circumstance thit a se? ducer had been shot by a husband whose domestic peac* he had treacherously invaded will B0T6I be held ta Justify a conviction for murder. Of course, the BfOffCBasM in such a case would urge many and weighty objection! tothe acquittal of a manslayer arraigned for miirderin the premites? as, for instance: If gentlemen, lawyert, M? tubers of Congress, may thoot on sight tbo*?? waoin they undoubtedly b.~l,ew cuilty of aduilery to t'i< ir per? sonal prejudice, will you allow the im privilege to draymen, coal dealers, sailors, hod-carrien, and even negroes? If not. May Mai And If "OB it deny this privilege to any clas*. where do you draw the line I Let us kt.ow precisely who are entitled to the benetit ? f your new game-law, and who are not. And if the injured husband may rieht h'tnself by Dtrringer er Colt, how will you deal with tne victim of the greeii-eyed monster who goei about shooting aud stabbing when nobody has ever i v^-a meditated an invasion of his mtrital rent" Again: If men may punish a-lultery by the red right bauL why not women at well ? There are many irjured hutbandt, dcubtleti: are there not more injured wivet' If it be a tarred duty of the wronged to punish the adulterer by death, why not of the wrorgeil wife at well SJ the wronged hut band I If her nenet are not so steady at to rea? der bor expert w ith the pistol, may the not deal out justice thrtugh the instrumentality of poiion I Or must she be restricted te the dagger alone ? And then: Tne inconvenience of the rule in? sisted on by the detente in thit ease would proba? bly be urged on behalf of the prosecution. We should not like to guetthow many injured hunbandt and wives there are in a city like this: but every one w ill admit there are doubtlem a good many. Let ut suppoae that all these. beiLg justified in ad? vance in so doing, thtuld tally out, revolver in hand, to execute juttiee on the retpective dettroy ers of their peace, we apprehend that our ttreett w ould be rendered disagreeaftle by the ttenea of burnt powder, even to those who should not object to the incessant popping and crackbjg and the whixz:ng of bullets by their ears. Sacred as are the right* of wro.ri.ed husbands, the right ot t?e innocent to traverse the ttreett in pe*. e and ?.tfety mutt not wholly be sacrificed to them; auJ :f the cuckoldt are to be accorded the pr.v Eaffs of slaugh? ter id our streets, there should be set apart tome hour, if not hours, in the day. when th.s pnv.lege thouhi be tuspended, so that quiet peop'e might eo al iHit ttSST busineat with thounhtt intent on other themes than adultery , and with eart unapprehen? sive of bullets. These are tome of the obstacles wiich ,u to stand in the way of conttitubug adultery a perfect and universal juttification of homicide We do not say that they aoouhi orerbear the adverse contiJer atioos to |?atiently sollected lai ( rcibly adduced by Mr. drain... Toe eaae .1 r ?* to be itated, not decided. M tie laaVMa1 e^-jn?--! seean? to is t? wetkea and damage mt I ase ?bea L ? ie*?ki to put ia an aJditieta! pl-a of snora! :.???* ity .?r ur.coctrollabla frenzy M tbe part 1 f Lit cbrnt. Hu def^oee u thus made tu reaemb r that ti the Vermint lawyer in the ca*e tt Lie potato kettle: " Pleaae your 1 If."".-. we make taese tare. (>>;nta: Fi.sC. th* " kett'e wa? craeL-^l when we borrowed it; Bm ' ondl;. tt wai woo'e when we returned it; Tcird ? I7, we Dever had it." If tha k:l! ng of Key by Sickles wax not merely a j'isti?af?'-. b .t a laudable act, ai Mr. f l r ah a m M b .lily aeterti aad elabo rateiy maintains?if it were the judicial execution of a d.line law?in the full blaze of day ia the face of the cotum-mity. ai be elsewhere ao forcibly urges? then it 11 ij i;te iuper5'i.?ui to sh >w that he was 1.1 a itate of mural intensi biiity when he did it. A r ghteous and proper act needs not thr in?an;ty of tbe actor to juatify it. it is ;ts own perfect ar.d conclusive juitificatioi. It ii absurd to talk oi iuianity or frenzy in tbii rue, when Mr. i- -k.ea. hour* afu-r the death tt hii victm, when hit pa-iion ihould hive been cooled ;f eTer. aa.d to the reporter!, with obvioui intent that it should be aent m the wine* >f the lightning all otrr tM land, ?? Re had d:*h .nvrej ?' me, w.d v>.- two could no longer bve on the same '? planet." Nay: we have been assur. d ia the um? n.nnner. within ten daji put. that Mr. >icklei d< es 1 nt now regret the killing of Key, but maia *'. ? ? t? it .; i. v avi nec'iiarj. H- .? is hn true ground of defente, which the insanity didge cannot poaaibly itrerrthen. F.ither it wan right on h:i part t-. US Key, Of he stands in a peril? ous petition now?a portion wh ca cannot be im? proved by virtually admitting that the h'.miSide wai e?sf ntially wroFg. So a!! attempt* to obieure the point that Key was onanu-d. or to show that there wai ar.y sc Bl or struggle e.vcept by Key it avert hii dt adiy aim, and by bim t i re!' .1*-' himself Irom Key. in order to c?in th-' ttt : 0 . t*\ . -.ite to grft certainty to hii fire, can on'y serve to bef >g tbe itsue. and crcato a damaging mipresiioa Uuvl the defense are not iure toat their cue ean stand on iti merits. Away with all iiuibblei and subter? fuge, ar.d lei a verdict bt taken on the merits od the rigtt of a ii usband to I il the undoubtedly pre lumtd acdoeci I f hii w 711 it 1 IIA HTI >?.. This Woman 11 to be hanged o-i the .^th inst. 1 he G overoor has rtfii?ed to pardon her or to com r ut> the penalty of ber crime. Gieat ijnipathy in felt for her to fir II h. r case il known, and an Mtt i:ipt bus been made to avert her doom by act of the I.eri'ilitere, but this will CtobtJtM fbiL Mr?. Iffirtiit.g h ftlOg and i? nid tobi- itriking'y beautiful. Bm wa* Blirisd to a groii, co?ri?> man, lOajM )ean her ser^ur. ttmO kept I grocery or lager-beer itloon in Troy In her hupband's ebeence. ehe rnn gednced by hii bar-tender. SoM after. eb?> jurchased poiion, l-y wtich h?rba?b?ad loat lia life. Bo much ii beyond diepute. She -in ?he bought it at her paramour'* ?uggeition to kill rati, end that IM M ftt tfave any to her huiban t, nor kr.ew that it wan ^ivt-n till its fatil efTccts b. came apparent. Tbii story i? believed by man}, who tht refore are makini; de<p'rate efTorti to avert her exec ition. We cant.ot concur in the M?umption that her lentrnce ought to be commuted became she ii a Wernau. II Women commit murder, they mmt be puniehed like other murderer*. We do not mmib in hanging anybody in a civilized and l.>9v-abid :ng comrnuiiity, where pnoonn ct.nt for eoiitiniug uialefactori eecurtly and perpetually. Bat if men are to be hung for killiog women, we iee not why women should not be for killing men. Let 111 have l.i'ual Ilighti everywhere; if not everywhere, let uh have them where we can. We com der Wo? man'? r^'ht to be hung for murder, so long a-t any? body ii. not tu M gainisyfd. It items to u- a fatal objection to tb.ii who!o busicei* of Hanging that it tendi nece?-anly to paraljze the arm and ihake the icalei of Justice. Few premeditated, careful!) planned murderi are ?0 perpetrated that they can be proved bevor,.1 do!.! t. If the act ii proved, there may itill be queition a.> to the naimiij, the intent. A man kill* aui.ther in a bOMtj (pot, and the fact of killing i* brought home to the perpetrator to a moral cer? tainty. " Ye?," he nays, " I did kill him; but he ?? abused me, provoked me, threatened me. struck "me, ani 1 hid no alternative but to killh'm or be " tram pled ul der hi feet." PfOMjMj he liei; but pt -vtly he does not. Who wanti t* hang a mun on ?uch a itate of facts and presumptioni I Mrs. BftltUg at certainly a guilty woman, but not cecessar: y a murderer. Were the peuilty of murder perpetual imprisonment, there could be no hesitation as to inmctmg it, and little peruiciaui ?ympathv for her ute. Fiery one ayoald lay, .Id the poir.bilitv of her innocence of murder " ever prove a verity, ice can then be n-leate l, ??and will, meantime, have ?urT-re.1 m DaOIl tnan ?? rhe d.-t 1 ?.- i, FJjjI ;t ii a fearful thought that the life of th;.- hapless, almost Irieolless stranger among ni may be taken in a moat revolting man? ner, under ein um*tancei which mfliet on her the utmost ignomb) and torture, tat 1 crime of which she wai tet guilty. It 11 this terrible relentless nets of the IVatb Feualiy, the impoas bility of cor re. ting the mistakei and redrei?ing the wrongi in? volved in it, which rendert it lupremely abhorrent. aLd Im often prevents convict.OM where the proof of guilt ii aii biit irres.stible. In our judgment, there wt u'd be many more con\ictions of capital crime than now, were the black shadow of the gal lowa do longer permitted |o intercept G"d'i IVaV ihme. Mrs. H?rtung ii probably destined to die on the icarToId. The Go\er:.or has carefully conti! ered the csse. and thinks he cannot interfere. The Legislature dare not, t r will not. Fven we, who dt-teit hangiig. diahke interference w .th the regu? lar actit d of tbe laws. Away with bloody penal tiei1 but let the Law be ai good ai iti word. Let it stop threatening to hang?not pers it in threat? ening, jet deiut from hanging. Perhapi the chok? ing to death of thii fair, young woman may be among the Divinely -appointed meani ti caaiing the gallows irom our State. If not, we believe ita influence will be pernicioui. Sympathy with the cnminal 11 a d.mgerom aentimeat^?are mean that it id path y which tenti itaelf in regret that he is to be 10 pun,shed. We o-ght to be able to realize that his crime ia hit misfortune, and hit punish? ment one of the meaniof alleviating and altimately overcoming that miifortuae. Now, half the State will deplore the fate rather than the? crime vf th.i unhappy woman. Shall we profit nothing by the lea son I > %> \ -\ iKD III IOH1. The late Ht uae. on the itreogta of Mr. Sher man'a inveit.gatioB, cut dowa the apt rovr ?U>ai for Navy Yardi to a rery K/W figtire, aai ?f cou/aa a eood Kims)y warts i e?ts are ,1 stork 4 Amif others who hire been struck fraa the pay-no" at Preokljn, if ? Mr. Richard D. Letter, ? Wis " kii k.e,*' o- DtMJ Keeper, of the Tammany Society who bts long be^n drawing wijj*s fron the I*ed*ral Trea?t;ry, thou|!i unable to realer any service. Mr Let:er tnii ki hi* eis?? a very hard one, ari tb'ii pacrs h i torrowa into the tympAtb.z'ng b?eont of the Navel Store-Keeper: To tht } d-:,~, <?/ ?U Amt* I wm k?ra ia ?a? CK] ..f Ra'tlmote 9mm at Me'yaY..l. its the V?r iftiecd ui If 14, ?Lej U. rai ? .rreatb year I eiatMed , ?i'h my bather t" h 'ia ba hfaMaaeiii aroaad ta* etty is *i a r. p ? ?,i ? ? ? i f N Rh PaeM tm MM IStb Mtt tth of S'jtesker cf toe eeae year. Thea, if eb'e. I ahrnild have ? a -*<i a tataaMMa aat soae ta Mb,? e ? to- aieu,% iu ICS, I eaat mj t ?? aar tha hei rf N ? 0 leeea, < reiv-a Jay k aas, vhaahaaaaaat hare t~-a ei-.--ed PreeMeaaat*tha Oaaaai St ate a I aft BtMaaaie In ltTV, tntl ame t< lavar-York a-h re I lit' reaped av-t airtre. I hare d^re mr d'.ty la tho eii.'liary M letee ir- u a I|j ?Ld I t aae bad taa | aatl ?. - a -r (J?t eVDBai f Ma- , erhea ha ?a. f???atSar la ffclrf rf tht atflitery at* taiaMaaa,ia tha M romp*-. \ Mttio.ai Cad-ia ? i d III. tr. R-:i.-n-: ? f i f-r. I : av? ?oteS. a" ? ? e . j ttoaa tbe Demottic R*pi.b''-an ticket, I bare bob heart Mf rtarfad frrra a i'tale alt-ati' ? i fa dollar ta 1 twelve aatkM a day, in . Naty Yaid I ba' - a era - 'air: a : !!? V irjin trrara cf at itNhaM them aritb aoaceaaoo*. Tula faa-.ily ooaeMM ,'::.? IV, r.tf.i, bo.I five 'Uli ir PI ?I:: all a<-vrU per?'til A KlCtitKO 0 LaTrrKli ?Are not Kepubliot desperate lDgrates? Here is a man who has voted tbe Democratic ticket at leact once at each elect on tine* he wan old ernngh to vote at all. yet he it now c it off from a beggarly tinecure of nine shillings a day The man seems to bo unable to earn a penny and we are truly torry for bim, but we insist tbtt tbe Alnit Houte and the Navy-Yard are and should be t 'ta:ly independent. iui FKV DIVORCE. We rejoice over the fact that the m:>re popular branch if the Legislature of Pennsylvania on Stt i.rday rejected tbe petition of Mrt Emily I. I'ry to be divorced fr. m her husband. Horace P.. ! ry. The vote was overwhelming? 79 to B, Wl | n> MjatMj th:? putt an en I to a moat un'ortunate and ili-adviud procedure on the part of Mrs. Fry and her father. There are tboae who have teen fit to ?peak of our furnier commentt on thit ca?e a? harsh and un feelini;. Without stepping to consider tte fait that our clref accuser in the premiset hat taken an active and leading part in urging the Divorce, we meet the eharce frankly. We ha\e at M kaMM f >r gotten that the oiject mi OU str.cturet wat a woman. We have only e iBIsitarod. 'a addition thereto, that she appeared in this e?se as the ag? gresiv r, the accuier. ihe pro-e- ,tor. \\ .iit- ver uneviable notoriety it gave her wit of her own ?etkisf. Her it ar ng letter t ' her West PaaaVl frierd would never have met the public eye bail the been better advised. Her husband had (aid nothing, hit friends had *:iil nothiiu', until com? pelled to respond before the Lenislature a?id the public to charges which, if true, would m ike- him a brute and a r\ffian, ULt'.t for human c *MfM thip. Iw lievii,-thete charget wicked y fai?e. and seeing that they were sustained by no teatuiiany, b' t disj'roved by much, we characterised their author, her hnlsjatfgil z father, and In r c.iie, as we thought justice demanded. Thit is not tie tirtt t me we have felt constrained t<> denounce ruipbati cally an attempt ?<> mah an iiiijiiafiflabld .livorce throU"h a PenrsyivaLia Legislature; we shall re? joice to have it prove the last. a\nd rigbt gladly thai! we learn that Mrs. Try tad her father, en? lightened by experience with regard to the va'ue of Wealth, it-id of the MMttal OOAIsderatiOD and political ittlutiii'a thence result.tg <<r derivaMe, tball und in the jean wMfl stretch bef. re tnem oi ly a serene eiperiecce of honorable uicfulnem and merited rsteem. THE LATEST NEWS, ItECTlVrll Bf ftUQWETIC TELEGRAPH. Tin HcklCfl Trial. bpeclal ' ? it*.: t. to Tb* N. T. Tr'boaa. Wabbwotov, April 10, 186 '. Mr. Graham w.II speak for one or t*ohourato BK-rroey, in conclusion of the opening for the de lenFC Mr. George Wooldndge will then >e called, ? the tirtt witness on the part of the prisoner, and hit ex ami ration will probably occupy th* time for the remainder of tbe day t fitting. I (e <s to te?tify to the state of mind with which Mr. S eklet was kffl eti d, Irom the time be received the anonymout note on Thursday muht to the periled of the homi? cide. Wcl'lridge was with S cklet from |0| I o'clock on Sunday morning until after Key pained the house: but he wat in another room when Sickles ran out to confront Key. Mr. WooMr.dge had a house opfObiMl tbe trysting fmAtm, but did not see anything out of the way tt,-re. Tne adul? tery will be proved by other wutuess**, and the p-o-.-cut-n wi'l attempt to break down the testi? mony of Mr V. ? >ldridge. It it doubtful if Mr. Butterwor^h will be called as a witness, as oouueel d.iTer upon tne popiiety of do r g -o. M;. Sicklt i tayt he do?-t Mrt MMitbSC any of the circumstancet immediately preceding the event?nothing but the affray itself; that be reeol lectt tery distinctly. He says. Mad so d e? 11 Hutterwortb tint tTfMry w 'ness thus far .s wrong ::, S' rue o^e mater.al pnri -'iliar. Mr Sick'ct sayt that he does cot remember making the exdsma liOM sworn to by the three Club-House witnesses, lie eays that whentskedby hit counsel why thit or that c reumstaLCf was cot told to ttem before? hand, he eoiild only antwer that he hvl no remem bracce thereof. He says that he was very terioas ly grieved 1 y ti e death of Mr. Dupoot, the music teacher, and that for two days h* had no distinct cotiscioueness. Tbl revolver, he snyt, had been loaied for three montkt. The defence say ttat they will prove that Mr. Key. ( n the ,'Tth of March, a year ago. repelled I the rumor then af'oat of bit improper intercaourie ? w ith Mrs. Sickles, and characterized it as a dis gu-t.:.g calumny, and that he pretended to teek the author with the expressed intention of challengiag him. According to Mrt Sickles, the intrigue eom i..i r.ced in the April foi.owing. It is alleged that Mr Svales'i influence was ex? erted with President Piere?- to get Mr. Key the ap? pointment which he tided while this criminal in tercourte was gcicg on. The defense re'y much upon Judge Crawford'* charge in the case of Jarboe, who was tne- i r sh". j Eg the seducer of his sister. This was K?y't aat cause; and it w at rved then that tuch adeclar at tn at that of Mr. S.,k!et. al??ut a dithorored bed. might be admitted in pioof with the c.r um staDcea which tended either to explanation or con? firmation The charge a'eomade the ttateof m'cd on the part of tbe prisoner a quettion for the jury. The result in this ca*e wat a verdict of acquittal after only fifteen micutet deliberation. Mr. Gra? ham shortmi his argument by reading from thit charge, where all the argued and settled cases are collected. Mr. Dillon hat been summoned by the proe<i tion, but be does cot know why. He wm a wit cess of tne second marriage. The New-York City Democratic loliticiaas irko j hgv* be - a summoned here as wilneesee,? ..apre? iaf 'j [> rt ir.itj tr rinvai ta* pr^tp??t ti of the ; aprtj f. - I860, ?>d<J bbsbmbi | tajfc D ju, llr Bkkleo it wau ? i n [yard ."??f?r. ?Boa . k.-.e .-;gar*. a liafaj ; bBBglana ,. 1 Iis ? tk f of aaa^fceaBl Ik* bid will laut a!! ti wevk. and perhaps lorger. But tito tine it ?. va ut larVruw-exaaajBtiioD, aad tbe i logs of I .?? ( ,.l|ft. Tb- .'< '? ?.> that tkq a . b- ihn igt f?,ta the r mtMaaei ia t*o da;.?. Mr. Grikaal wX clo- r tt.. .ie'.-R..> u ?. v.at, of! <? j art.es. f rom aTaiafciMfrgaiai. ? u> i s i - W.\Miiv.rnv April 10, \<S. I i pti at laal week :>? im .. at the bat - fi r iv< ragiag the current qeavrttr, Mr, CobVs ??tii I fall abort oi r f or BiilfbBM. Thara ia ?.- rj i robabilit] n.^ that um i ?? loan mutt be ?lird for at tbe meet ag . ? | frees. Im Mai Ho? as " never graut an iaSM Ol TfaaSBIJ .notes. T' ? lot M rai a- boa \ .?raCnu aj?i<cr<-ditr.i hrre. Mr ICeLeae'B airtraJ r.iay have eneonrag-d Jattw teapomily, but he had not force enough to defeat the attaclmj arny. llr. M< Lane loft Waal gi rtpteaeiBgMB MB syn'ntbn w :th the L benls. but will riot commit Beat OovaiUMMt to either aatll he baa arrittgng the baaiI at IMH tr- .ity. B? il not w.i :ig to adop* eitler iateteat for that oajeei l!r. BoarntM Mill begin th?? mm rtgmt of 71s I ?i .i o Wednesday, the 1'refideut haiiug fir.il|? aec< ptt .1 Mr. Wei -of transfer, by adulating laffieieot patronage for the p urchaie, tbr-t.gh third parties. The whole :. !ur unit la mv? rtigated next Winter. Koediton are yet a*, lect d. Mr Buchanan direrta per- n.vV and Mi. Black wi i writ' after ail return. Other Onafiath are al?.. er 1 >te>i. Mr. I'.own v, U t > ruu far PllDti r to the Senate. A " ut s:\ty pa-sport* hnra been is-uo.i daily far a ffio.'itn pant, ai d probably that rat.o w.ll eontiaua HB July, Nombmj Me^eaaafj for Engina!, and thou-aids tire obtained irmn o .M "tor at Lon? don foe col tinentaJ t tavel. t i * r.- ii. WaamaaTON, AprO U? K.\ At ?r:;re . 1 lags oi Maina ard Baa 1? Will take erbtet on w llth bat ween Wa sgtoa aaa N'>w > rk, aa ar?U h- on Iba Waatare route, by tM ?Mthnefe aanl Obio Railroad. TM nails front laa B.o?to id W i-b i ?' ii w eatn Bl 'I a. Bh, aatl reach New-'* ork at 3 p. n... (pBteed ot 1 |>. m.. m at preset t, givitg ample time to BOB Deri wit ti the BjstOB boat" and aiiernooe train* from Mow fork far tbe hut North aad Waat, bj beUodeoi stiver, Brie ana Other n \ :.>. Ti ? ? Imto Koar York at 7 a. ? laataadaj 9, aa bt retofrre, paeeerger-? an.i inai's reacbiafj Waab ia^fr r, a|o in the af'ercoon. A^otMrdbagto the C'oliua? baaCoarNtioa aajiaaanaBit the BaJanwora an.i ooia Beat oa Monday ?!>.?- i '??ta-ea? > wA I k lioiti'ii. atiti all th" W '??'???r . 'Me* for .>bb dt'llar Um than otherJtntt. the Baltimore K^ad adhar* Maj to a BBoderate ipeadoi twenty bu naUea average r'.i -I..-I ?. ,' N??.\ -ta av.'t t ''ne.ni'aM, arhik ebael at UneebaveqeienaMdtoanwobhlgbarsneBl thar . ?? r I'o'i.re. The Sinthern rr.^il bricir? N??r-Orl nn? Utter* aal paper? oi Turiday lait. Tbe latter < stain m owa of itnui rtni i a, -a> I t um \lliaiiv. ip. . J> <i ? n ?? M I r Al i:\NV. April 10, I-;.:). Tbe Senate bt Id v maiioa bail e.ening. and weat thrru^h with the General AppfOpriattaa b.ll in Oeanan tt.. of th.- Wh l.. and reported the if to, the? Senate. A motion to agre.. with Ifce* ? ??*M%, MM fabled The principal changes mailt .e aha bill, as it Oaaae Crotn tne Asien,ld>, nr.-. raiaing tat ( i ranor'l tome nut from > !.<>>'< to .> V'"'; ducing travel ; g expOMH Of Btato PlaMM Insp?ot ori ij] iBereaeing contingent expense! of (be Legillature $8,000| ncn-aning Clerk hire in tbe Soeretaiy . ? Btatoa Offloe $3,800; t|prtprlaata| 930,000 to Deaf ar.d Dealt A-jlum, .*.'.*),( Wto tbe New -York Hoaae of RefagO, $10,000 to BaB Pilot Con I ii" btta, $1 500 to lUspitali nut of New \ ..rk. $1 ? 300 to varieut DiiponearioBi $1*V |?U0 t" dra'n C i>" (? Mi The Bnpply 1LU Mill be Wpeitew bvtheWiyi and III ana Committee to morr w, and, contrary to the sreiieral etp. ct i;...n. w 1 be panned, as were those of I-*? and I-.'.-, Boot?ig the usual ettra allim.'inces to < tlicials and employee i:i Btbi ibott the Cap t. L Tin' Try I>ia <?r? t- Va*r. ?pad. u irv. 1.1 laoM r.fttaaaa. BabBIIBI KG, Saturday, April I', I v'9. To- Frj diToroe ''an.' is killed ia tc- B^Mtlp If to liii|iort:iiit Iwb ?exlca). Kaw4)aiJtavaa, r-'ndaj. April l| i^1'1 B' 'i^t/nak^r C:'y, Vera Cruz dates of Aptil ? llBle best, rer. iv. !. SJiramoa i-ppea/ed before tliat etkj oa tbe 1 ^th u't., with an advanced fuard of 3lt mer. lie.- m nred Ike piaee and latiraitalal ma arn.v. w .ji b wa- ear bteil im aiea BtJUe eiT. The *?? n ia at: I ? MMn i m VeraOrw ware lilaaleiied to Ibi pa, and I ?? L ben p--pared M a,bt.". a-. ?: ii.-. ?? ? rare. Mire aeon sen: I^SOOanM agauisi Alvarado, bat Cniitg the placeatroaglf ea Mnded they retired aritbo';' MMI ku:u* it. Miraiuoii tii ling hi Ball ? I <?r.erale-l at all peilM, broke tip his camp oa i'i? STtk, atd omineecae bis iBtrtat on the refit al tiec. Ampadia im inrtreaf f?n??t.> eat esTh n raaA DegoLubio, w.t. i1*0 men, aae at Taoubaya, ard oti.er l,n?ra! for"*" *?r* i dp.iai, wia< h wn e.\pe< i?<i poeatoen*1 retd. r. Mr. y f.?-. ti e L'ni'ed S'a'.es 31 ni-ter, arrved at Vara Cm i ea Ike LB of April, auu.t ^reat rakBalaJI for Mirsmrn i retreat, axd hi* air:val. Bfl N <>i ' Ktv-, April 'J. loW. Prhrate adriees p*r ouakr' Ctty's mnlli esaaaal the Bccwtata of ICraanoar'i retreat, with the L berel army j reaateg on hi* rear. Later frtnii f nlilorni:i. Hrw-Oi u Inrktaf, Apr. - I ' 1 nasteaaasuip t,'aak?r City arrived to-i- | ?*'u San PlMriBi o a'lv.i ai to Mar. I 1 Tbe steari ef J ha L >^pne?J bM arr.v - ? a tne, with Sar rranciico datea to the .'lit lh? $1^00,000 to specie. ?The Tandiib I baa of ateamera bar popped raa The Calif''Tr.ia news is oDimportanL Tie BM MBbMbl at Suacta wa* armcably r'?ed. TM treopi sei.: t!;ere uao been ::u?-ti-Ay ImadaaS mart r.e4 to .Moi,ares. The mis inn; prospects and receipts of goll were in < r bbs ._i*noe of the ba-i contiit.on of the read*. More/was t.g. t and tbe trad^ depreaae?, in qtart t ? af lar^e axpeeted arrivals of g.-'J:*. S'VSJ' *M aotive. J'-v It .. portera are dom^ iitti* JJ| n.< i i rptrks bTSB. Bo?jts, *hoe<t, naval sterie ?? ?BatataM doli. IBlFrtBG. The fo iow rg BBSfB baai arr.vei at Sac Kranaeaa i dan t^- the f. rtsmot: n_^ latrefM,ana, CarrierD Bevasi a.ai..' **? f,?.-.y. rfcaaltaw-Tolt W - 1 > ?.-.?? . S-at-??.??" Bsatoi laawCaui baBbl . ft *a;? Bixa. u--?> &? 4 K.t'.r*. *iuo. ti.-i t). tnital of tlit-Cauadaat BoUoM* I - Royal Mad steatu.bi[ C'anada, Capl tJ?% ?r. ? ft! Ha. fax. arritad aere" lh tbii BOn r.^. Her BMbBl tor tue SooH? wer Mnvnrdad b? i ^.eL-.^* trait ?i* ^ea^tta??W' dae a Mew-1 tnk tt a a. X V t j -?