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WHOLE NO. 7086. MORNING EDITION- ? FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1858. PRICE TWO CENTS. J A If CTIOJI, SAL.KH. AUCTION.-STANDAKD ROSKS. ? J. L. VAMDE water. will ?o II . at hl? rooms, 12 Wall atroet. on Fri day. March 2'?, it 11 o'cluok, a larje ti uu nollootion of Roses, from th* garden of P. Boll, Florist, Uroadwaj aui Fiftieth ?I reel. Auction notice.-mortgagb sale of gro oeries, in lota t n suit the trad*. ? Friday, March 21, at half-past ten o'clock, at A 7 Dey street, eornor of Greenwich Btreot, prunes His. walnuts, raisius, toa. c (Tec, au.<ar, ooooa, ftlrannds, i. nap, starch, candles, tubacoo. ?e^rs, auulf. sweet oil. brandy, gin, wlocs, chum pa .no, pink Ins, mackerel, shad, ?od Hub, teal OR, weight#, It c. W. A. CARTER, Aucti ncor. Auction .notice? tiios. BELL, auctionker by W. L. Van Zandt. This day, at |()}? o'olook, in the auction rooms, l.'ISprucu streot, lniye .-alo of n Dry Goods and Variety store, from th* oouutry, oimpri ing a lar?e as sortment or Dry Goods, &?., by murt.-a Saturday, valua ble Furniture, of all descriptions. W'o Jue.iday, Genteel furniture, 50 f-ixth uvenu*. Auction notice.? c. cassidy, auctioneer? by H. N. Itu-h ? This day, at lU,la' o'clock, in the ??!??? Mumi, 10 North Wilii,.ui kttwt. salo of Dry Goods, Clothing, fanoy and pledged articles, Watches, J' w.-lry, Ac. Also, SOboxo* Bcgara, out- Lathe, Press. Axe*. Filler ami large Melting Hot for sausage making. K. 0. Smith, .Salesman. David SCOTT. AUCTIONEER GREAT salk of forty-seven building! Kites and tur* handsome villa*, recently erected ? David &cott will sell at public aucti in' on the ground, on Friday, Both of Mar ii lint., tho above Jroperty, situated on iterreu 1 1 ? i y; itt ?. U I sou o >unty, N. J., miles from the Jersey City !?' ; ,-y, by omuUius rmte on the Bergen 1'oiut aud Newar? Plan ? roads. The public Are solioitou to examine tho prop irty. ?* ii ;h for baiutv of locnti-n rnnnnt be excelled, commanding, as it does. an u i intcrrupted >i'-w oftho bay and harh.r of Now York, fr im tho Narrows to Fort Lec, auu of easv aocosa to New Vurk. jFor further particulars, see hand hills. Terms ea?y. In quire of DA V 1 1) SCOTT, Auctioneer. Nj. 11 Montzomory street, Jersey City, near tbo ferry, whore maps of the pro perty can In- procured. NO. L. VANDE WATER, AUCTIONEER.? JNO, L, V andwwa tor & l'o. will sell at auction, at thoir sales room, 12 Wall street, on Saturday, 27tli Maroh, at 1 o'clock, a splendid assortment ot Ko'sesrood, Mahogany, anil Black Walnut Furniture, in ev?ry variety. Also, 4 Rose wood Pianes, sold with guarantee, and "without reserve. Also, 25 K'tskets lleidoeiok Champagne; 12 boxes assorted Cordials, . EH. LUDLOW, AUCTIONEER.? VALUABLE PEO ? perty, on 1st and 10th avenues, 4th, 10th, 29th, 31st, S>>, and filet streets. ? K. II. Lndlow will sell at auction, on Moaday, March jy, at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Ex change, tho following valuable improved property;? The house and lot Pio. 2M 10th avenue, near 28th street. " ,V-"S 4th str. et, between avenues II and C. " l()th " 12V W"i t 2!ttli street, near 7t.h avenue. " 131 " ^'i?h " adjohilua; the abive. " liiS " .'11 it " between Htii and !>th avenues. " 2 'Jfl *' .'list " " Kth and 9th " 2.')! " 31i t " adjoining tho above. " 27.1 " Stith " AM feot trost from Uth aveuue. " 277 " SBth " WH) " Also, 1 house aud lot on 3uth street, .V> 1 feot west from 10th avenue. Also, 1 house and lot en ."Vlt Ji street, adjoining tho above. Alt o, 2 lots on the south side of 23d street, lii foot west of 6th avenue. Also, 7 lots, with the buildingt thereon, on tbo northwest corner of 1st avenue aud Gist ntroet. For terms, maps, &c., apply at the office of tho Auctioneer, Mo. llf aU street. RC. UNF, AUCTIONBIR.- FURNITUR1, PIANO ? fortes, Carpets, Mirrors. &c ? This day, (Friday) at ten o'clock, at Nassau street, near Ki:lt <n street, H. C. Kemp will sell at auotion as above, without resorvo, for ?ash, a very lnr^o assortment of valuable r isew-.i id. ma hogany, and black walnut parlor, dining room, and chamber Furniture, of good quality, cou?i*ting of Piano fortes, laign French plate Pier (ila<sea. Hrussols and other Carpets, curved Rosewood parlor Furnitnre, on suite, o iver ?d in rich French satin broeatelte, carved rosewood and Walnut chamber Furniture, on suite: painted chamber Furnitcrnc, on suite, to match, with an 1 without marble tops; library and secretary Bookcases, carved mahogany Boras, Tete a-totes, Easy and Rocking Chairs, spring seat jnarlor Chair-i, in a groat variety of styins; extension Dining 3'ubleB, marble top cuntrs aud fancy Tables, marble t ip dressing and plain Bnreans an I Wa-h tands, bust onrled liair mattresses, and a general assortment of house furnish ing artiolra, all uf which are well worthy of the notice of housekeepers. Catalogues on thu morning of sale. RW. W F. S T CO T T. AUCTIONEER.? ELRQANT ? Household Furniture, of overy description, ombr ieiog parlor, chamber, and kitchen, this Kri lay morning, at 10', o'clock, at Ho (ircenwioh Avenue. This Furniture, Car pets, Bedding. Ac., has been but little used, and furnishes n rare chance fur housekeepers and others, as every lot ? being ever ;**0 ? will be peremptorily Bold to tho liulieat bidder, *i ithout regard to weather. DS. BOUOH, AUCTIONEER.? THIS DAY, AT loij' ? A. Al.. nt dwelling house No. tta Varick street, near Cannl, all lh< furniture of the house, embracing a good va riety of Sofas. Bureaus. Washstands, Carlor Chairs, Rock er.-. Divans. Feather Beds, hair and busk Mattrossos, St ive*, J'.rnsseli, Tbree-ply and other ("arpeti. aud a lar^e ipiantity <if kitchen furniture, with which tlio sale will commence. NO MONOPOLY.? GLASS WARE ? TUESDA Y. APRIL l.-tb, at auuHo . thonaand patkajre* of Amorican >'lint f.'lasa ware, manufactured by th? Amorican Flint (llasa Company, Beaton, consisting of a varloty of new pat terns. never introduced lnt? the market hefore. Sold with out reserve. Catalogue* and samploa on the morning of sale Rare chance? parm for sale at auction.? To be sold on the penalises, on Tuesday, March ,H0, at ten o'clock. A. M.. the farm, late the property of Israel Car Jienter, deceased, in tbo town of White Plains, Westchester county, New York. Said farm is situated abont three tnilos distant from the llarlem Railroad depot, at White Plains, and about tho same distance from the Now Haven Rail road depots, nt Rye and Mamaroneck, containing forty-one aud a half seres of good land, six of whioh ia wood land; nlso good orchards ol grafted fruit. It is well watered, having four never failing springs of water. On the premises there is a good dwelling house, barn, uidor mill, and other uutbulldinrs. The stock and farming utensils will also be fold. Terms, easy. For further particulars inquire on the premises, or of ISRAEL C. LA WKENCK, 301 Pearl street, New York. Furniture sales.? the subscriber will five bis personal attention t ? sales of household furni ture at auction, at the residence of the owners. H. E. W1LLARD, Auctioneer, 11 Nassau stroot, oorner of Pino. HORSES, CARRIAGES, <bc. 1 flA HORSES.? RECEIVED ATTIIE UNITED STATES lvU Sale and Commission Stables, Nos. 122, 124, and 126 Kast Twenty-fourth street, near Scoond aveuuo, 100 Horses, an tirst hands. 70 of the best draught Horses in this city, se veral pairs of well matchod Horses, 20 fine mad Horsos, and f?'veral good saddle Horses? altogether tho finest lot of ilorsos ever brought to this city. JAMES II. SUYDAlf. Proprietor, f^OR SALE.? A WELL MATCHED AND STYLISn a pair of fast horsos; have trotted their mil* in three tninutee: perfectly sound and kind. Addrosf T. J,, box 311, l'ost Office, postpaid. For sale-a nice Canadian pony, showy and gentle, peculiarly adapted for oity driving, well m itod for an invalid or physician, kind in saddle or harness, > ill stand without tying. Sold only for want of use. Ap T'y to Mr. O'Dell, corncr of Forty-ninth street and Third avenno. For sale? a hay mare, six years old, just from the country, warranted sound and kind, and can trot a mile in three minutes. For particulars, inquire at No. 1 Wasbinnton street. Harness for sale.-a splendid double har ness, with full silver plated Mountings, made by Brnneof J'aris, for a gentleman of this oity ; has beon nsed but once; to be soon at Tramor's saddlery warohoaee, eoruer of Broad wuy and White street. For sale-a light waoon, with leather top. in tirst rate running ordor' To bo soon at I.ewis's livery stable, corner of Fuurth avenue and Seventeenth etrct't. Fon sale? a 0X1 HORSE CARRIAGE, with two seats. It is nearly new, hut th* owner having no fur ther nso for it, will soil it for a fair price. For terms, ap T ly at 275 Spring street, at Cleaver & Mason's stables. For sale-a top wac.on; n.*s been used only a few times. Sold only because the owner Is about leavin'i the < tty. (-'an bo seen at tho stable of KF,ED A TRUESDELL. 172, 174, and 170 Mercer street, between Houston and Bleceker. 1JOR SALE? A HORSE AND CART. WITH OR WITII out work: h. rse six years old, tiftcen and a half hands Ugh. Apply at HHl Greenwich street. TO HACKM EX.? SEVERAL SECOND HAND COACHES and Rockawars for sale cheap, if applied for immo ?iat*ly. .MAJOR THOMPSON, 27 Wooster str*et. TO GROCERS.? A FIRST RATE HORSE, WAOO.V, and Harness for sale, low. as the owners havo no use fur them. Ayply at 22 Kicks street, Brooalyn. Wanted? horse, harness, and top wagon. Any gentleman having a first class establishment to Ji-pose of fi f cash, (speed not required.) may address, ltll particulars. " Drummond,', Herald offieo. I.GGAL NOTICES. New york COMMON PLEAS.? 1ZBEIBI K. FINCU ?miimt lonnr- W. Winn, Wlllet N. Uawkina, and J liny Whit*. ? Summon! fur money demand on contract (Com not ?r ) To Pliny White, one of the above namod defcndanta : ? Von ere hereby summoned ?nd required to an swer tho complaint iu thin action, which will be filod in the office of the <*1? rk of the City and Comity of New Y ork, Fob' v. 2.">t !? in?taut, at the City 11*11, in *?iu city of New Vcri, and to eerre a copy of your answer to the said ooinplalnt on Ihe anbacriher, at liia office, No. Ill Chamber! street, in said city of New York, within twonty davs after the aervico of (hie anmmona on yon. oxolnaive of the clay of anoh eervioe; and if too fail to answer the said complaint within the time ^foresaid, tho plaintiff in thin action will take Judgment againat you for tho mm of one thousand and alx hundred dollar*, with interest from the ninth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, beaidea tho co?t? of t lain action. EDMON RLANKM AN. Plaintiffs Attorney, J>ated February 10, 1*62. Ill Chambera street, New York. TRAVBLLEBi* OVIDR, CAMDEN AND AMBOT RAILRO^r^OlTpHtLA. dolphia, from pier No. 1, North river, foot of Batter* (Hum, by ateamhoat JOHN POTTER, two liaee da?7 Morning line loavee at 8 A. M. Afternoon expreaa line all P. M:, through to Philadelphia In four and a half hour*. Fare ? first olaxa cara, aeoond elaaa, (by 2 P. M. line only) $2. Returning, leave Philadelphia from foot of Walnut atreet, at 8 A.M., and 2 P. M Emigrant lino, by ateamhoat TRANSPORT, from pier No. 1. at 6 P. M. Fare $1 M. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIRECT.? IT. 8. Mall and Expreaa Llnea, through in 4X hoar*. N. J. Railroad, via Jeraey City, leaving New York at? A. M.. foot ?f Certlandt atreet; 9 A. M. and 5)f P. M. Liberty (treat. L?av? Philadelphia aame hours, from foot of Walaat atreet. fare reduced to C3 for (rat claaa. and flit for leeond data. Baltimore, Waahlngtna, and Charleaton through ticketaaoU |u Ihe above line*, and thrench luggage carried la the ? A, M. and AK P. M llaea fro* Now Yerk, with through e?n4?e tera without expenae. FOR ALBANY, WITHOUT CnANOE OF CARS.-IAR1 rednoed.? $2 2ft.~ Rertilarity and safety combined.? Tho oara of the New York and Ilarfem Railroad leave the City ||?ll Station, New York, daily, (Jnndaye excepted,! at I ?'eiook A. U. at i .1* P. M. M. SLQAT, Seperlateateat. FOR SALB. k)AA PELHAMYILLK LOTS IN SALE -I'AYMBNTS ? viz weekly.? All those who fell desirous of getting ? healthy spot near H.u railroad station, easy nocess to the city, mid joining on to a villa-o 800 strong, and whioh inu.t soon meat the prosperous villago of Mount Vernon. 1.IW0 strong, are requested tu apply t > WILLIAM PAREBB, lift Canal street, forthwith. A FARM FOR SALE, IN A RAPIDLY IMPROVING neighborhood, 8 miles from the railway station of Doer i'urk, in tlio village of Comae, L. ls,40mile? from Now York, consisting of 12ii acres. The stock, farm, &o. for $3,40U, and a part can remain on bond and inort.age. Apply to ROBERT JONES, Si Beekmaa ?t. Billiard tables.? tub subscribbrs offer for Kale tables ton per uont lone than any other manu facturer in tlio city of Now York, with their pateut elastie or cloth cushion. Gentlemen are invited te oall and ex ?tin in o the stock now on hand before purchasing elsewhere. N. 11.? Trimmings always on band, at the old stand, 90 Ana street. GRIFFITH fc liliCKKK. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, FOB $I,3M, 3ITD ated in Now Jersey, six miles from the Soiutnerville railroad, from which a line of stages ron. The house con tains seven rooms, with folding doers hetwoon the parlors. Lot abont 80 feet wide, by "JHOdoep. Tlio fruit trees and shrubbery in bearing condition. Also, to let, the two sterj house No. Ill Uridine, noxt to corner of Sands streot, Breek lyn. Rent $280. Applr to HENRY STEVENSON, Ex'r.,270 Pearl stroet^ Drug store? for sai.e, a first class store, in an excellent location, littod up with superior fix ture!-. largely stocked, and now doing a good buaiuoss. Te au efficient druggist it offers the chance of doing a l vrgo business. The present proprietor will sell nt a sacrifice, as other business compels him to leave tbu city. Address, or call on Mr. W. A. WOODARD, 0- Willi im street, I^OR SALE.? A COUNTRY SKAT, PLEASANTLY SITU atcd at Astoria, fronting on one of the ploasautest ave uues, and but 2 or 3 miuutes walk from the steamboat land ing. The grounds, which consist of one acre, are in very fine order, and contain shade and frait trees, grape vines iu good benring, and variutics of rose and othor bushes. The liouso is two and a half stories, and contains uiuo roems ex clusive of basement, dining room; hot and oold water is oar ried to the second story, also in the kitohen. In the soeoud story is a lurge and convenient bathroom. The house is warmed throughout by Culver's fnrnaoo, and is in ovory ro Bpcot in good order. On the place is au ieo liouso, well tilled, and on tlio rear of the lot (which extends through to an avenue), is a tine largo stable. The above described is a very doHrable place, and will bo sold on reasonable terms. A liirj.,0 portlcn of the purchase money may remain on mort gage. Apply at 171 Water street, up stslrs. Steamboat As toria leaves for New York four times a day, and stages loave hourly. 171 OR SALE? GEO. LAUD'S WELL ESTABLISHED . jewelry storo, G.V> Broadway. Any ouo having a small capital in cash, can get a great bargain, as the proprietor is about removingfrom the oity. IjlOR SALE, OR TO RENT, THE LARGE AND SI'A cious building known as Rice's Hotel, situated iu the village of New Rochelle, within live miuutes walk of the New Haven Railroad Dopot. This hotel is in fine and com plete order, and is dusiraido, particularly for summer hoard ers; would be exchanged for city property. Fine garden and outbuildings connected. Inquire of Samuel E. Frink, IV I'urk place. Is always in from 8 to 11 A. M. IjlOB SALE? THE STOCK, FIXTURES, AND LEASE, of a well established Paint Store, in one of the best loca tions down town. Address, with real name and rosidenoe, G. G., at this office. IjlOR SALE? AN OLD ESTABLISHED MANUFACTUR ing business, with leuso of premises; the salos of the bu siness amount to from $1,800 to $2,0Ut) per week, at a lair rate of profit: the sales are mostly for cash. The owner's reas on for selling out is. that he intends going to California. No pci-on except a ca-li en. touior, need apply. Address J. S. L.. this office, stating real name. I^OR SALE? THE FIXTURES, FURNITURE, AND A five years leaso of tlio Dutchess County and Railroad llouso, No. .H01 Fourth avenue, opposite the Harlem and New Haven Railroad Depot. The bouse is doing a good busi ness as a dining saloon and lodging, Apply tu E. B. Kin shimcr, 319 Feurth a> entio, from 2 to 7 P. M. IIOR SALE CHEAP? A GOOD IRON CHEST, A RE gulutor. nndjiew set of Jeweller's Trays, for show caje. Apply nt 2.'?ilIudaon street, eight doors a><ovo Canal street. OR SALE? VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON TUB Fifth avenue, between Thirty-fourth and Tnirty-iifth streets, on easy terms. Apply to AUGUST BELMONT. 7> Heaver street. IjlOR SALE? A FIRST RATE MANUFACTURING Business, in one of the most nourishing towns of Connecticut, connected directly with New York by rail road. Said Business, Machinery, 4cc., will be suld al a reasonable price, the owner wishing tn retire, imiuirouf V. B. PALMER, Newspaper Agent, 'l'ribnne Buildings. JIOR SALE? A COUNTRY SEAT AT YONKERS, C'OM mauding an extensive view of the river up and down, now occupied by Hon. F. ('. Whit e, containing about four a< res of laud, with good houaeaud barn on the lame, also an a! undance of fruit. This plaeo is within fivu miuutes' walk of the steamboat landing and railroad depot, l'rice $I2,il!W. Possession given tbs first of April. For further partioulars, intjuire of i nomas O. Farrington, Yonkci. ; or VV ilUain Rad ford, 202 West ftreet, New York. F IJIOR SALE? HIE LEASE, FIXTURES AND FURNI turo of an eating and u<in?i>iS imioi, MtuaMt In one of the best locations, and doing au extensive business. Also, the -itoek and fixtures of a fine retail grocery stnro, and storo to let, in a good location, with an extensive run of custom. Apt ly to ROBINSON, No. NO Nassau street, rooms Nos. 4 and 8. IjlOR SALE? THE FURNITURE. FIXTURES AND pi.od will of a l"ug established refectory and saloon, centrally situated, and conniamling a very profitable ruu of cash customers. The runt is the cheapest in the city, and the whole wiW be sold at a low price, as the owner is about leaving for California. RODERICK. LAWRENCE No. 75 N assau streot. For sale, at a bargain, that elegant three stnry brick house, situated at No. 133 1'wcnty-tlftli Street, north vide. It has themodern improvements. Apply to S. S. BROAD, t roton water office, basement, 11 Wall street. 1,1 OR SALE? THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF A SIX .1/ years' lease, and fixtures of a dining saloon, in a first rate location, on a principal thoroughfare, will be sold at a bargain, to a responsible person. Apply to J. Jndson, 87 Juhnstrect, up sti.irs, from 12 to 2 "'clock. IIOR SALE? TnE FIXTURES OF AN ESTABLISHED llair Dressing Saloon, and Saloon to lot. Inquire on the premises, 3U7 Broadway. DUl'IGNAC k CORNWELL. For sale cheap? in tiib tillage op hemp stoad, Look Inland, a double House and Lot, with car riage hunge, stable, and vogctaldo garden, with a well of first rate water near the deor plying within fifty yard* of the railroad depot. For particular*, enquire of if. tlendrioksan, in the village of Hempstead, or J. B. Heudriokson. 67) Fourth sereet, near Avenue D. Also for tale, a let of first rate light doable harness. Enquire at 675 Fourth sttcot. King charges spaniel for sale.-any one desirsn* of possessing a tine animal of the above breed, can do 10 by applying to Box 2,675, PostOftico. Price, $M>, nothing leeji. PLANTS FOR SALE? A FINE, HEALTHY LOOKING collection of Grecnheuao Plants, at F. H. LUTTKR LOU'S, New Brighton, Status Island. STONT BROOK COTTAGE AND FARM FOR SALE? IN the town of Rye. pleasantly situated on the Bestoa Turnpike, on* and a half mile* from the railroad depot at Mamaroneck. There is a goed dwelling or cotta^o, with laws enclosed with elegant fenoes; a handsome, spacious carriage house, barn and stable; alao, tenant house. All the building* are in complete order, and newly painted, and will require ne re pairs for maay years. There are about thirty aores of land, ?ultably divided inte orchards and meadows. There is also an abundance of fino shade and fruit trees about the dwelling, an execllent garden, &o. Stony Brook is the northern boun dary of the farm, and forms a picturesque pond near the dwelling. A road leads directly to tho Sound, distant half a taile, where is good boating and tlshlng. Rye Boaoh is in Hie vicinity, which is scarcely surpaemd for bathing purposes. Beautiful roads and fino drives in every direction. Thera are several fino building sites on tho farm, commanding views of the Sound. For a person doing business iu New York, or for a summer residence, this place offers many attractions. Enquire of 11 Oil Ell MORGAN, No. 1 Pino street. rpo DOCTORS.? FOR SALE. A DOCTOR'S ESTAB A lishment, Horse, Wagon and Harness; the wagon nearly new, harness entirely new. The horse is a sploudid iron gray, six years old. sound and kind; will be sola together or eepurate. Apply (between the hours of !) and 12) at Cleaver & Mason's livery stablo, 275 Spring street. TO DRUGGISTS AND PHYSICIANS? A RARE op portunity to purchase a retail Drug Store, In a good lo Mi'.n, doitv a good business; is handsomely fitted up, and wt II stocked ? ith medicines, fancy articles. Jto.; would bo s Id for S.ViO, or at a valuation, as tho purchaser might pre fer. Inquire at 7) East Thirteenth itreot, of Swarte. MtU'ons. The finest grades of brandies, wines, anb all kinda of Liquors, in bottle, domijoha, or wood, ia every variety, and of the beat vintages, for sale, by WM. II. UNDER HILL, at the celebrated Store, 4.14 llroome street, corner of Crosby. Tho attention of dealor* ia liquors, and all othrre, ia respectfully invited. MB. PETEkS k CO., IMPORTERS OF AND DKAL ? era in Champagne, Wines, Brandies, Porters, Alca, Brown Stont, Havana hegara, 4cc.. ke. P. & Co. are agent* for the celebrated Grape Leaf Champagne, ao favorably known to lovera of good wine. For sale, wholeaale or retail, by M. B. PETERS k CO., 300 Broadway. (Orders aolioite* and (hipped with care. ) Brandy -half, quarter. and EioiiflTpiPES Seignctte, pale and dark, in bond near two years, at (I 2A per gallon, equal to Cognac. Alao, in bond, small pipes of gin, at Mtc. Port wine and Madeira wine at 43c., and upward*, for sale by A. H. BEAN, XJ Water st. Falkirk, younger-*, Campbell's, jto., scotch Ale, Basa'a East India Pale Ale, London and Dahlia Porter and Brown Stont, in plnta and quarts, in Ana con dition, warranted genuine, for sale, at WM. II. UNDER- . HILL'S Wholeaale and Family Store. 4 SO llroome *tre?t. I N. 11? Kendall s (economical! Chemioal Olive Soap. TO MILLINERS.? A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Sir* I ferent siies Chenilles, suitable for flowors and head- , dresses, for sale l y KOHLoAAT, BROS., 48 John street. THE DISTILLERS, INSPECTORS AND SPIRIT Dealers, of the city and State of New York, aroinform- j cd that the subscribers are prepared lo snnplv them with Silver Hydrometers, in strict accordance with the law regu lating the aale of domestic spirits. Tho temperature loale. to be used therewith, is more correct, and it is presumed laoreoonvenient. than any hitherto used. Ther have both been oxamlncd by James H. Chilton, M. D., enomist, and Cc prswel), Crane k Co., distillers, New York? copies of whos* approval may be obtained as bolow. They have also com puted two Sliding Ilulos for mining spirits of different strengths, according to the hydrometer for domesti* I spirits, and also for th hydrometer tiling the strength ?f '"'Parted spirits, end roaring the cost of theoompound, with full and ample directions for working, end a oompara ?'** vlew^ifthe scale of ek* two hydrometers, exhibiting their nifrerenw a point of considerable importance. Those two rules, it Is confidently asserted, will be found invaluable te nil dealers and grocers. Thoy also manufacture Silver Hy drometers fur imported spirits, Saccharometers aad Oleom eters. and pledge themaelvae to supply their customers with accurate and useful instruments? .liimos Adams attending and tradnatlng ovcry one sent out. All the above instru Sir'X i"1 re?dhiet?d. JAM. ADAMS & G.TAULI BI E iWC Pearl street, >1. Y G. Tagllabne continues as usual the manufacture of marine and olher Barometers and Thermometers, v||i the Improvements madetheroon Bark omefers. for tanners; (ila^s Hydrometers for acids alkalies sits yrupa, milk ke., ftc . and pen-rally all glaes instru nicrtseonno te.l with neiunt llle pursuits. N II. ?Class Blow ing Tor philosophical aud chemical experiments. A2LXLZVAZ. OF SHU SUKOfA. TMIEB DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. The Demand for American Railroad Stock. IMPROVEMENT IN BREADSTFFFS. SLIGHT DECLINE IN COTTON. Reported Termination of the Kaffir War. Deaths of Marshal Marmont, and Ar mand Marrast. THE VERY LATEST. &o. &0. &0. Th? mall steamship Kuropa, Capt Lott, arrivod yos terdny morning from Liverpool, whence she sailed at one o'clock an Saturday afternoon, tbo 13th lust. The news la three days later than tluit brought by tho Pacific. It in, in a political point of view, of Tory little apparent importance. Tin1 re bad been a slight decline in cotton, and an improvement in tbc demand for breud stutTs. The market for American State Stocks in London, bad been very tirm, with an increasing demand. Annexed were tbc quotations on the 12th iurit: ? Redeemable. Price i. United States Five per Out Ilonda (1853).. 00)$ a 91X Ditto Six per Cent Bonds (18(12) 103 a 104 Ditto Six per Cent Bonds (1808) 110 a 110>? Ditto Six per Cent Stock (1807-1808) 107 X a 107 H New York State Five per Cents (1858-1800) 94 a 1(6 Pennsylvania Five per Cent StocK 81 a 82 Ohio Six per Cents (1870-1876) 103 a 107 Massachusetts Five per Ct. Stg. Bds.(1868) 108 >? a 100 Maryland Five per Cent Sterling Bonds .... 00 a Ul Virginia Six per Cent Stg. ltd*. (1857-75). 14 a ? Ditto Six per Cent Bonds. 1880 07 a 97 Cunadn Six per Cent Bonds (1874) 107 a 108 Montreal City Six per Cents (1857-65)... . 82>? a 83>? Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Six per Cent Mortgage Bonds (1860) 75 a 76 The London News of the 12th inst. says Tho demand for tlio various classes of American Stats stocks continues, anil tho appearance of the market is fa vorable. A limited business has also boon done in nomo of tho leading American railway bonds, and more oxtonsivo transactions would l>av? boon entorod into, had iho supply l oon Inr cr. So Foon us thin want has boon met. it is an ticipated, judging from tho numerous Inquiries now made, that an active business will spring up in these bonds, many of which yi?ld a hi hly remunerative return, compared with other classes of in vestment. Although thoir introduo ti on into the English market, however, is of recent data, a considerable ana increasing business has for a long time been done in them at Hamburg, Amsterdam, Frankfort, and other continental bourses, whore American securities are daily increasing in favor. The reason of the proforeuc* aa ooriled to these bonds is, that they have coupons attached, negotiable in Europe, whilst thu dividends on many other United States stock* are payable in America. Tbc following telegraphic despatch is published . Plymouth, 12th inst. The Bosphorus steamship arrived at Penzance to-day. The despati hes from I-'ir llarry Smith have been sent t? the M ar Office. She brings the account of the termination of the war. and the unconditional surrender of thu Caffros. Tho London Timet , of the 13th inst., announces the sus pension of Messrs. Ilitchie Brothers, in business, in con nection with the West Indies. Their liabilities will pro bably rango between ?50,000 and jCIOO.OOO. Advices from Nutul state that tbo colony is progressing rapidly. Agriculture being well attended to. the pros pects for the year nro good, Rich and extensive silver mines arc said to have been discovered. Mr. Barnard, Ambassador of the United States at Ber lin. has gone to Naples, where he will stay two or thrcu mouths. During bis absence. Mr. Fay, first Secretary to ?bo American Embassy. will take the functions of Otaargo d'Affalrcs. Advices from Paris represent quietness in Franco. M. Arniaud Marrast. who distinguished himself so much after the revolution of February, had just died at Paris. There were still rumors of changes in tho Cabinet. M, Ltfcvre Duruflce, it is now said, Is to bo Minister of the Interior, and M. de Pcrsigny Minister of Foreign Affairs. Another of Napoleon's great captains, Marshal Mar mont, is dcait. lie died at Venicc, on tbs 2d inst. It was generally considered, in Paris, that in the new Legislative Assembly tho opposition would number at least eighty members, who, it is said, would be led by M . de Montalembcrt and M. do Morny! The arming of tbc fortifications of Paris was going on with a great deal of activity. The new decrec respecting the University of Franco bad been published in tbo Monitevr, and has caused great commotion ia the literary world. All the members of tho superior councils, Inspectors -general . rectors, professors, ire., are to bo appointed by the President, and a new course of studies is to be arranged. The Liverpool Timet of the 11th inst., says We understand that Monsieur Anguate Chovalicr, tho secretary of Prince Louis Napoleon, aud M. Juste llarbot de Jouy, the chief government engineer of Franco, were here last week, sojourning with Mr ltraithwaite Pooio. The former gentleman has returned to Paris, and the latter procoeded to tho United States, in the l'auitic, yesterday. It is stated in the Brussels papers that the health of the ex-Queen of the French has been much shaken by her re ccnt trials, and that she has expressed a wish to see all her family assembled around her. A letter from Frohsdorff states that the Count de Cham bord was about to set out for Venice, but that ho would previously have an interview at Vienna with the Emperor of Austria and the Grand Dukes Nicholas and Mlchacl, of Russia. Crystal Paluoes for industrial exhibitions are to be built in France and Silesia. The Swiss papers coDflrm the newi of the settlement of the question between the Helvetic Confederation and France. The most stringent measures of police continued in force in Bosnia. All the accounts agroe in stating that tho rccent military movements were occasioned by the discovery of a great Panslavonian conspiracy. Wo learn, from Taris, that M. Thouvenol. Minister Plenipotentiary at Munich, has been appointed director of political affairs in the department of foreign affairs. Accounts from Berlin state that invitations hare been sent out to the various members of tho Zollverein. fixing Faster Monday for the commencement of tho congress for arranging the terms on which tho Customs Union Bhall be prolonged. The accounts from Madrid state that the Marquis of Mlraflores intended to resign his seat in tho cabinct,'on account of ill health. The Spanish expedition from Barcelona to the Balearic Islands, had reached Port Mahon, after having encoun tered a dangerous storm, which threatened to be fatal to the whole squadron. On the 3d instant six of th? public journals werv seiicd at Madrid by order of tho Politioal Chief. The Herman journals unanimously approve the mea sures by which corn Is to be Imported free of duty into the States of the Zollverein till next harvest. Tho Koi ntr y.ritxmg expresses a hope that the time is not far dis tant when tlve commerce in the necessaries of life will no longer 1* sulject to those perturbations which the sud den change* of the legislatures so frequently occasion la business. The Schleswlg llnUteln navy was, on the 7th uU., de livered up to tho Danes, together with an act of reserva. tion of the Oermanic confederation. The Danish authori ties have taken this document, and the ships, and have brought both to Copenhagen, where the former is to be laid in the public archives, and the other In the harbor. The scanty news we have from Hungary says that go vernment is making all possible efforts to establish the new organisation; but the work goes on very slowly, partly from a dogged pnsslve resistance among the people them selves, and partly from quarrels among the mon in au thority Famine and bad government, poverty and mili tary occupation of the country, are making things in Hungary almost as bad as they can he. 1 he Husslan government has authoriced the Importa tion of 0,000 chests of tea by the ltussian American Com pany from Shanghai into Cronstadt, paying no higher duty tluin that received by way ofKlatha, the object ho ing to pa?s the advantages of a maritime correspondence with China in prifercuce to the caravaas crossing the Tartar frontier. Accounts from Athens state that a secret republican sccit ty. with nullifications entcnllugto Constantinople, had Ijttn discovered there Our London Correspondence ? London, Friday Evening. March It, 1852. l/nd Ji<fm Ruitall CoaUscet unlh the League ? Important Meeting ? CJumcet of tlu IVhigi Returning to Office ? Mo lumt for Monday ? ?'50 000 for the League ftubicrihed? Louis Kojiolfon oil d tlte '20th March ? Jlrlicle 14tA of the Con - $titution ? The Unwenity ? Itelgium and Switzerland ? TV American Consul at Alexandria ? The Reported Conspi racy at JlOu ns ? Turkey? Jluttriem Arrogance? Theatre ?, 4-r., 4-e. My lint lotter brought you the acoount of tho revival, in pristine vigor, of the Anti-Corn League You will re member that in his speech at Leeds, Cobdon alluded par ticularly to tho motion Mr. VUiiors proposed bringing forward, to demand explanations from tho new ministry m to their intended policy with regard to free trade. Since then. another formidable coalition liaa arisen ; aud it in not Rlr. Villiers, but probably Lord Johu Russell, who will coinmouce tho attack Lord John is desirous of resuming office, much to tho (lingual of tlio free traders gcuorully, who desire a different leader, and do not wish to have the whign in again In fact tho organaof thofreo trader*, and more especially the Morning Chnmtcle ? tho avowed organ of the no-called Lincoln Peelites. which in clude* the Dukeof Newcastle. Sir J. Orahainc, Sidney Her bert, and a large und powerful party? if incessant insc.out iigUie ideaot Lord John'uresumingoflloo. Tho ex- Premier lut, howoor. taken the Urst step towards tho accomplish ment (.I hu desires. Yesterday. h.) held a uwetiug at hi* private residence in t'lu^bani plarv, at which eittlity aoveu members of Parliament won- present, including the memlM.Mof the late whip cabinet and the noted free Winders and uielnl*rs of the Anti-Corn League ? Cobdon Oibeou, Bright, >\ ilsou, Hume, and othors. Sotno of the Irish mcmbirs also attended. Lord John stated that he had writti n to Dii-raell. to know whether the government 1 intend* d giving explanations on Monday next The new Chuuctllor of tie: Exchequer replied tlmt they had no such intention. Whereupon Lord Jobu consulted with ?Sir J. Graham and Cobdon. who agreed that it was neces sary tome one should demand an explanation of prin ciples ft om the government. 1/oid John said it wiu not bin intention ot following up bis Kcform-hlll at present. Cobden Hume, aud bright also addressed tlw meeting It was tinallj resolved that a question should Ih* asked on Monday next from the Chnnccllor of tho Kxchequor. as to the intentions of tho new government If the answer 'hould be unsatisfactory, it would lie open to any mem ber to move a resolution of direct want of confidence, in general terms , or one to the same effect, with regard to tho specific subject of tVee trade II. would also be open to ui' nils-rs to move that tho supplies bo limited to a pe riod <1 six months, to as to compel a dissolution of Par liament audits reassembling ubout September uext, in stead of the ordinary period in February. 1853. It ap plaud to be the general feeling of those present that under tho contingency, this last course should bo adopt ed. '1 lie meeting was very unanimous. Meantime, from one end of Great Britain to the other, all parties are preparing for the general elections. A II the minis I err have been re-elected. Parliament moots again to-night. "but very little bu.-ine-;- will bo done. Dis raeli will be re-elected to-day for Buckinghamshire, and will not atter.d before Monday, when tho battle begins. 'I lie subscription of tho League already uuiouuU to The Queen and Court have gone to tho Isle of Wight. The (Hole talks of a plan for taxing coal, which would produce an annual revenue of seven millions, and do away with tho income tux. This is probably some ciotchet of Disraeli's. to much for politics here As regurdi our neighbors acrofs the channel, rumors of some consistency ?ro cur ri nt that the 2Uth instant is the day lixed for the decla ration ol hmperor. Various despotic decrees iu the Mutii hw. the announcement of a grand review ou that day. upon which ?? eagles" are to be presented to tho different legit ns, are the causes of these rumors. One dfcrce in the Mm.itcur appoints M. Ilillault presi dent <1 the legislative corps, a post which l.ouis Napoleon had promised to his half brother, Do Momy. Ilut it tKUi; the latter refused to promise to arrest all members v bo I hould dare to question the acts of the autocrat iu the new asf,i mbly . v hereupon Hillault was appoinU d Another decree ordains that no minister, magistrate, number of the Legislature, or ofllcer of State, can hold cflice unless he swears solemnly to adhere to Art 14 of tlie constitution. Now. Art. 14 is worded a a follows:? ?? 1 swear obtdienco to tho constitution and fidelity to the President." No mistaking that short sentence. This d> eree is more especially directed against Con. Cavaignac, who ha? been elected tor Paris, and who will doubtless relute to take such an oath. It is cveu said that tho numbtrs will bo made to present themselves at tho 1 uilorics, and take the oath in the presence of Louis Ni.i oleon. Those who do not comply will bo declared to hate forfeited their seats. Another decree reforms tho trench University The li ,j'?. Prc li'-' pt arrogates to himself the right of np loti.uiig ajau ui mlsnii* the pruje.vurn. ate. rui., a,?-. bnscrentidn great sensation; It is regarded ns a death tnke to the indepeiidence of public instruction 1'ioplc lok till mselves, ' where is all this to end We liave the Sony spectacle of a great European na ion which boasts of liberty, trampled in tho dust, under lie heel ol a man whose only claim is tho glory of his uncle's name ! ? for it comes to that. It appears that the warm manner in which Knglnnd lias taken up the lielgifeti and Swiss question, has some what dauip< d the niaj-tiol ardor of the President in these two quarters- ?at least for tho present Below I give you the kubslance of tlie first arrogant note addresssd to tho Swiss Diet. A tecoud note bus now been sent, of a more conciliatory nature. Hut how can a man bo trusted, whose only reason for not uttacking a weak and indepen dent State is that he he fears lie cannot do so ut present with impunity lie Is urged on by Austria, wliofo;trs that the existeuce of two free States, such as Piedmont aud Switzerland, uioy be a barrier to h?r griping ambi tion. Some of the German journal ? state that the differences between Austria and tho United States, relative to Kos suth. have been settled. 'Ihe American Consul General at Alexandria. Mr. Mcl'ttiihiy. huuled down his Hag on the lttth ult . in con sequence of a refusal ou the part of tho Egyptian go vernment to hear a complaint he had laid before the courts. lly the arrival of the Levant mail wo have advice* fiom Constantinople of the 20th Keb.; Athens. H7tli Feb. Seme commotion had been created ut Athena by the arrest and cxpulsiou of the Poles residing there. A con spiracy, headed by General Milvitz had been discovered. A great many documents were seiied. in which the plan for a revolution was laid down Tho Poles assert that those documents w? ro written for 1848. Somo alarm, howcTer. existed at Athens. Tho Courtier d' Athene s , under date of the Kith, publishes the following:? It is asserted that the MiuUtvref War has issued tho fol lowiug orders:? Any nffluor rsvfftling thcg? orders shall be immediately carlutred. As softb as tlie rlrnni' teat to arms, four pieees of artil lery, six companies of the line, four brigades ut KCndarmeri'), tlie cavalry aud froutisr guards, are to fwrrn round the palace. four other pieces of artillery ar? to bo kept ready for eventualities. A compauy of the garrison 1* to be on duty at tlie bar racks. The Minister of War is to take eommnnil of theso troeps. What can be tliu object of these orders? Are they en gendered from ever zeal? Are Ibujr tho necessary prelude ot seme extraordinary measure? 1 1 is difficult to iruess. T he question of the holy sepulchre is reported to hare been arranged The question at Issue between Abbas Pacha. Viceroy of Egypt, and the Porto is still pending Cntilitis arranged continual obstacles will bo thrown in the way of the railway. The young Emperor of Austria has been to Trieste and Venice1, to review his fleet. Tho measures adopted by the Austrian government towards Englishmen aro such as to lead ultimately to a breach. No Englishman is allowed to remain more than twenty-four hours at M ilan; and at Leghorn, where many English merchants are settled, a ?tringint law requiring every individual member of a family to have a i arte de wjtmr. for which a high prico is to be paid, and which I* to bo renewed every six months, lias been enacted A meeting has been held at tho Brit ish Consulate at Inborn, on the subject. Austria has just concluded a navigation treaty with Greece, which gives her the monopoly of tho whole of the steam navigation in the Greek waters. (ieneral Martnont. the last of the Kronch marshals ap point) d by Napoleon, has died at Venice. Disturbance of a serious nature have taken place in Bosnia Austrian troops have been sent there, and the Turkish government has taken unusual precaution*. At Itoine tho carnival closed without any further at empt at disturbance. A < nrlis t plot has been discovered nt Valentin, in Spain. A s< verc shock of earthquake was felt at Athens on tho 27th ult. l)ur opera season 1 n London commence* on tho 23d in stant The Itoyal Italian Opero. (.'ovont Garden, has is?ued its programme. It includes Mario, Grisi, Castel lan formes, Titmbcrlik. Marini. k c and two or three names cf prime dtnme. on who?o qualifications I will ex press an opinion when I shall havo heard them, Luui Iry has not yet ir*u< d his programme llalfo's new English opera, the " Sicilian Bride." came out last Saturday The plot Is absurd, the scenery very good the music middling and the orchestra too noisy There are wime pretty ballads in it, which will sell will. A new operetta is also coming out at tho llay uiarkct. written by Uelleta. a very good musician of some standing In London. Osborne bus returned to town for the scaaon Frederick Lcmaitre (Frederick the Great, m tho Pa risians call him), is performing at St. James's thoatre I saw h'm the other night in "Don Cesar de Hasan'* II o is inimitable. Miss Burdett Contta. has given her flrat soiree for tho teafon. London is getting full Sir llarcourt i<ecs in dead He was noted a? one of tho leaders of tho Orangemen in Ireland On the arrival of the new Viceroy, the Earl of Kglin ton. at Dublin, a eollcge row took place It was neeoseary to call out the military The Earl will bo popular, lis is a man of large property aud will spend it haudsonioly. It was he who .gove the celebrated tournameut which lasted three days, and cost, it U said. ?30000 The tjneen of Heauty on thut occasion waa Lady Seymour, a daughter of Sherrldan The first of four splendid stcamcri to run to Australia has baen launched. Mis* Laura Grceno has been engaged at the Lyceum. The Policy ?nd Disposition of the French Pre* (dent. [From the l^ondon ilerald. Man h 11 | The Continental Journals, our readers havo se?li, state that all the powers of Europe havo received from tlin I rince President of France tho m<s?t ov il and ear uertt asiurances of his anxiety to preserve I i K'liopo the W-vi Uik* of peace and by all ths coarl >f K'rop'" those ?-sur anoee are accepted as sincere. We mar, perhaps, rongratn | late ourselves upon the grow ingooufldenon In this country, j thiil ftvm the head of tho Krunch people wo hare no rea son to apprehend any step that will tend to disturb th? tran quillity of Christendom. Those who were disposed to rep resent Louis Napoleon as tlie enemy of peace an* begin ning to perceive and even acknowledge their mistake, and to avow the opinion which wo have always entertained, that no sovereign In Kurope is loss disposed to seek a cause of ouariei than in the chief magistrate of the Kr< nch nation. It if not in these assurances alone tliat wo sec evidenoef of that pacific disposition which we hare attributed to I ho court of the Tuilories. Tho termination of thr difficulties between tho government of Franco and that of tho Helve tic Confederation is sufficient to assure UN, that in doo<la af well a.* word* the President is really and sincerely de sirous to rofpoct the independence and oven tho feelings oi the vrenki r state* of Kurope. The objects of ambition and teiritoriaJ MpilHlllUM nt which hare been imputed to him bin conduct emphatically disclaims. Tho Intolll gi nee fiom Switzerland, which we have already published, r? moved nil appri hen? ion of any events that might bring the authorities of Kranco and Switzerland Into collision, and the mutter which immcil to compromise the friendly rtlations between these governments. appears to he ar ranged without compromising in the slightest degroo the honor or tho independence of either. Our satisfaction at this result doe* not In the least de gree depend upen any opinions we hare formed of the character of th? demands of the Kreneh government, that the Swiss government should protect them from the machination, en the very frontier line of the refugee emmii'S of tho authority of Louis Napoleon anil of all order and luw Very many considerations enter into such u qnratlon wh'ch it is needless now to discus*. That upon which wo do congratulate both thi s country and Kurope, is the simple fact. that differences like those which seem ed likely to arise, have been averted, and that tho good sense m'U mod? vision of both parties have in tho end got rid of i very thing (hat tended to excite uneasiness as to the friendly relations between the Helvetic cantons and the government of Kranco; and that while Kranco will bo effectually protected from plots that, in endangering tho ; government of tho President perillod tho very existence j of socl< ty iti that country, tho Swiss havo done uolbing j unworthy of a free and independent State. e < arnectly recommend to the attention of the people j of this country this proof of tho true disposition of bonis j Napoleon, which the termination of those unpleasant no- | go I let ions alfords. It Is manifest that in this country tho | tiue nature of that disposition Is every day better under- ] stood; and we believe the day is not far distant when his policy will be universally recognized as one seeking tho glory and the true interest of Franoo, not in wars of con quest and i.mhition. but in the derelopemciit of lo r great internal resources, In the education of her national chorutUr and in tho pacific inlluouee which a great a powt rful, and en enlightened natiou. situated in the map of Kurope whore France is, must over o zeroise over tho councils of the civilizcd world. Denth of Marxlinl Mnrmoiit, the Inst of Na |M>lcoirH Army. Marshal Mai mont Duke do ltaguso. who has just diod at Venice, wus born at (Jh&tlllon-sur-Soinu, on the 20th June, 1774. In 17 WU he was attached as sub-lieutenant to a regiment of iafantry. and in 17U2 rnatie his llrst ci inpait;ti with the unny of the Alps, as sub-lieuteuaut of nltillery In 1707 be wan attached to the staff of Ciem rul bonaparte, and was scut by him from llsly to present to the Din dory 32 Hags, which had been taken 11 fr< m the enemy. He formed part of the expedition to igypt and ri turned to Prance with tho (leuoral-in-Ohief. After the 18 Jtrumain ho was named Councillor of State, and Commandant-in-(. liief of the reserve of the Artillsry. lie made the campaign of IHix), uuil after the battle i f Marengo, was raided to the rank of Inspector (iencrid of Artillery 11c commanded the army of Holland in IMMi. lie carried on tho siego of KtigUMi. and occupied tho territory of the old Kagn-ian lit public until 1 ht>l? He took part in tho battle of Vrgioin and nit. r that campaign was made Marshal ol the empire, anil had the title ol Duke de K tig use con ferred tipi.n him lie made all the campaign* of Uermany, \\ here be commanded a corpt d'armi'e lie was present at the battles <t Lutzen. Uautzpn Wurtcen. and Dresden. In lhl4 be ruceived orders to form a junction with Mnrfhal Mortler to keep back the army of llluoher, and t< cover Pi.iis, Maiinont occupkd the lluttu Sainte ( bailment but instead of lighting ho opened negotia tions wilii the Prince de Schwai^zenberg. bonis .VVIIT. gave the eommund ol one of the companies of his body guard to tlu Duke do Euguso. and ho retired to tibout with the King On the i-ccond restoration, biseoni|iauy was disbanded. In lf-20 he represented France at tho (on natii n ol the Kmperor Nichulas. In 1SIJO be b:vd tlie command of the anny at 1'i.rls. Since that period lie has been a voluntary exile in a foreign land Ills name had been *t ruck out fiom the li. toithe Marslialt ot France, and a black v< il covered hi- c rtre.it in the Sallo dud Ma rcclinux at the palace of the TniltoHes. 'Iho capital feature in Miirmi>ntTa biography is the po )?rati capitulation by which he betrayed the Kmporor , jii WniitnlnMi au. and according to which ho uncovered I Ills maKter By tirawnig oir mn any* a mrmm iu ainl hav.t g the road to Fonlainbleau open to tho allied armlet concentrated at l'arls. Kaniartim* hu- :itti in; ted, but witiioul much success, to whitewash this evidently base desertion which at i iiee stopped all p.?sr<ibility ol negotiating the inipi rial rcgi ney? an iseuu then far from imptobobli ? and banbhed the Kniperor to a rock of Kll>a. from which he war destined toachii'Ve so glorious a return on theftithol March of the uext year. Murmont. rivottod by his bi trayal of the Kmperor to the cuuse of the liour bons. and pu vented by the excess of his aportacy from imitating the wtaknesa of Ney. formed one of the fugitive court at tiand and re-entered France with th" secoud re storation. lie was c >mmandi r in-chief of the army wlion ( barb s X. wiu. expelled by the citizens of I'aris tux orimos which have beep siuce pardoned to bonis Napoleon. Il> his fidfllty to the exil< d court of the elder Bourbons, Msluiont lepairvd in some measure the stain which his treacherous betrayal i f the l-.iupcror. in 1SU must cyot leave upon bis memory . The Emigration from Enrepti [From Ualignanl's Messenger ) Tho numbef of Geiman < 'migrants who have p;wwcd through l'aris during the Inst wis k exceeds 1.1)00. The last tioop which halted in the capital took up their resi dence in the inns near the 1Mb During their stay, one of the families received an unexpected increase to tiieir number, the wife, u buxon dame of Mi. having been saf ly delivered ot three fine boy s The day befbre yesterday, the children were christened, some of the <iamri de la Halle ttandlng godmothers <>n the occasion and inviting the whole party to a plentiful banquet on the occasion. The accouchement of the mother will not prevent hor and her young brood from accompanying hi r fellow emigrants to Havre, from whii b plOOe thev urc t>> embark in a day or tmo. Denth of Armnnd Mamit. One of the great mm of the revolution of February. M. A i ir nni] Marrast so long known on tho principal conductor of thv Aati</naJ died at hi* residence. in tho Kuede H ur uogne. Paris on tho 10th inr>t in the mouth of Novom Drrlut, ho hud a stroke of apoplexy, from the utTucts of which he had not. recovered Tho moro important tvmts in which M Marrust wan enne rm4 uro too ricent to require any noiieo. llo lias not long sur vived the constitution which went by hi* name, and which was chiefly his own creation It will bo romembcred tint after the days of I ebruary ho wan for dome time Mayor of Turfs', under the Provisional government. and that after wards he was1 appointed President of the Constituent As stinbly 'J he failure ofUeneral Cavaignac in the election for t lie Presidency of the r> public, in attribute >1 in a groat measure. to the unpopularity of M M arrant who win onn of (ieneral Cavuijjiiacs uinrt intimate and nontidoiil ini ft lends. It i.? said lliat if (Jenerul Cavaignac had he< u elected hi.- intention was to have appointed >1 Marra?t Vice President of the republic. M Mar rust was an able enltor; but his supercilious manner wm very offensive to the mi mbers of the Assembly and lie non.-'eijU' iitly did great mischief to the cause of tho republic. At a jour nalist. hu wus well known to the 1'urispresH II in sketches of the Chamber of I'eein and Deputies were remarkable for great pungency. and. tt?> otu>n excessive personality He bi long<il t<> what I." termed the moderate republic m p- 1 1 y nud of which OeolTry Cavaignac brother of tho (ieneial the I n ?! herd Oaiuiur i'ugen. liuinard, &c . were so long the grt at lights. , The Qneen of the West Mutiny. [From (lore's Liverpool Advertiser, .March 12 ] Capt. I'atey the government emigration officer at I.lvcipool laid an information on Saturday against Capt Mors of the liiioi n of the West. for non eompliance with the requirements of the k initiation act in two instances ? first, in not providing a satisfactory ventilation for tho after part o t the ship. and. secondly, in not properly pro fit ning a number of tho pa?m agora. Tho infraction* occurred in September last, and (/'apt I'atey not fei ling him -elf justified In granting a clearance, the ti n-* I hail sa.l"d without one. The liability to a penalty not excei uiug aM and not less than ?f>. hid thus been incurred Cant I'atey pressed for the full amount. 4 in behalf of tlie defendant it was turned by W K Tyrer. that thoie did not exist a vcntila'ing con trivance for the after part of the chip, and that the charge which ('apt I'atoy lnsist? il upon would have im pair) d the strength of the deck Mitigating eiroum sfnners were al.-n urged in n gard to tlie non provisioning, which iuducid tho bench to inllict the |mnaiiy of ?2i, wilhco^ts One of the men (Thomas Ilyan) taken to the ha-pital still n mains tin re; his wound is a dangerous oae. tho arm being nearly severed below the elbow; he ii ex pected to recover. All the other men (including 'he prisoners), though more or less injured are in a f.iir way of recovery. Franco. We have but little n< wh fn m Kraneo The Moniteur publishes a decree from which it appears that the mi mbers of the Corpt I*giil/U\f are to wear blue embroidered coat? and white waistcoats, with eagle hut tens white pantaloons with gold stripe list and black fi other, and sword with eagle on the handle 1 he Sitclr announces the death of Armand Marvast. au- , thi rof the constitution put an end to by the coup <1 mat of the 2d December. Ho never recovered from a tit of apoplexy with which be was seined about two months aince. The Monittwr contains a decree alhioating 1,?J70,00<)C for the opening of a new street from tho Strasbourg IvuU wny Station to the nouletaril St. D#nta. (in tho Cth inst prisoners wero set at liberty from Kort 1 niiinlgue. by order of l.ouls Napoleon. They gave vinttotbiir feelings of gratitude by repeated shouts of " Vive N spell on !" Vive le President !" M (luinard has received an uuconditioual release from hi? imprisonment at Douellens i be Five per Cents, on the l'2th inst , doaed at 108f. ?J.**' ; and tbn Three per Cent* at tittf. 2So Positive ntders have been given by tho Krenoh govern ment not t admit into the Iretiek territory any of the Fotes expelled from A then* Copl?* of th- nire? lar-i and proclamation* Uiued by U.-neral MilMt*, mn received by the Kmnch government by the last irvall ? 4 ?l*o documents showing that Ueutral Mllblts is an imi* of.Vaxsinl. Thcso circular* are not draw u Up |u C\t*m : to do much crnlit to the conspirator*. Notwithstanding tho fan rabln upwl which nsgvtta, tion* with Switzerland hare M?um?d. rumor* of mi un pleasant kind are revived to-day, (MtrWi 11,) founds* only, however, on the refractory temper which th* pnopte ! of uroupleof the canton* hare displayed; but in thfc ? there I* not sufficient ground for assuming that any a*w j turn ha* Ijeen given to Swiss affairs, in no far a* Prano* is concerned. RomUi According to an imperial uka*e . the Jew* are now to b* clai-xtd in two categories ? those who liavo a fixed residaaa* and a trade, and I Luxe who havo neither Tho latter art I to 1m- employed in the public inin?* nud fortress**. TIm clapi-ilii-a I ion i* to |x> made in all the province* who* Jew* are tolerated, at one and the Mine time Market*. Mil. JAMBS M'UKNRT'8 OIRCTTLAR. Livr.RrooL, March 13, 1168 There i* no new feature in baron, nor in beef. IrUh prime men* pork In nelliug at 70s.; French, 6.V. In choeaa ! there I* nothing doing Tlie quotation* for lard are uomk nal Quercitron bark does not improve in demand. Lla i twd cahr* ure In request. 80 toni* thin oblong Hold, sc ship. at J.'7 12* . 8d 'I here is leu Inquiry for nlov*r*eed. j Tallow I* steady, with a good bunine** doing. In oils, th* ' traurnctlonH Lave been uiiimportnnt IlnKAiitit KK* ? The singular depression In dour and whiul which win apparent nt nailing of tho I'acltlo. has I* 1 pome measure dinnppeuii d und been followed by a g*od npt culative inquiry nt the rule* then current Holder* 1 having nioxtly withdrawn front the market, the actual business linn lieen unimportant. Mtid the quotation* r?. main uiinlten d Indian earn steady Cottoii ? Sincotho nailing of the Pacific the appearano* j of the market hiu< not improved ? the Into Import* are of fered a* fart a* lauded, and price* of the ordinary to fat i|iiitlitie? are quite >?'d per lb . and in aoine ease* nearly l4d. per lb down in the week, should the next *teom*r from Ann rica report large receipt.-* and lower rate*, whlok I* not improliablo a further decline may be looked for, a* thi triide have n large portion of the import*, besides be ing moderately in stock P.iuincs* ha* been more limited tlii- week in Manchester, but most of ihe spinners and manufacturer* being under contract for mime time, ar* 1 lnd? i u ndent of buyer*. Stork. this day :I26.0!12 lisg-i, of which 100.01 1 are Ame [ rirnn Do. last year, 603 788 bags. of which ; S 1 7 , -45 : 1 warn ! American J-alcri thin week, 66,000 bug*, including 37.130 American ? 17.030 bugs In ing on (-peculation, uud 4 . 190 bag* to ?x porter*. MKSFR8. TRAIN A. Co'fl. OIRC'UXAH. I.ivriiroci,, Saturday Mitrch 13.? 'Ashes continue t* meet a fair enquiry, without changc In price* Hark ? Quercitron ? Tho stock l? ing light, thi to in only a mode rate demand. <'<>rn ? 'I lie dulnc** in tho corn trade ooa tinue*. and prices have further glv:n way where vales were pressed Si Hem of Hour und wheat thin wet k have btcn few, liut no progri ^ could be madii without sub mitting to a reduction of6d to 1h per bid. on tlour and ?id per 70 lb*, on wheat Home large parcel* of I'hiia delj bin flmir changt il hands at 21s. from the ship (equal to about 21 ? fid tioui warebou*o.) At yesterday's mar ket bolder* wi re limn r. uud the u-iking price for Yf . 0. hi il Canadian was 22*.; the transactions were only of a rctuii character W lilto corn, 32s per quarter yellow. 21ls. 'I bo telegraph report* the London market qtilol, at Monday* rutin. Cotton ? A mute rial filling off in the d< nuinii with an iucrcat-cd urgency to sell ha* cotn pletcly changfd the aspect of our cotton market, and pi ice* of qualitii n below fair aio. in many iiistunco*. >fd. to ,'.,d pi r lb. lower It hns In en mallei- of surprise that I hi purrluiM-n by the trade have continued no long to be in excess of tho consumption. nor cau we expect the sculti of opiratii nn during the la> t two month*, lobe imniidialely rwumcd. Mcanvrhile, importer* iniinlfo*t no dbpiHli'li to po?tpone nile*. The total nale* ar* 66,Wi0 bale*, ineluiiing U4 t HU to the trade ; for speou la'ion, i f American dewrlptlon*. 0,1)10 bale* and for ex port,2."00 bale* Ameriruu. block ou hand, .'l'i7 7U'2 bides. Uyewoodj;. ? 'I ho ii< nun il has only been to u small cxtont ft V all ili M-riptiotis tin Fair being 70 tons i.'umpcuchy logwiK.il at Jl'6 17* Cd , t-X Store; IiHI tons St. limning* ill jl" 10*. ; *J.r> tons Limaui cd at Xl.'l In X 11 10*. ; audit tons Micnrssuuwood at A'll per ton. Lim-ced Cake. ? 'I lie recent import*- proving to be gixid in quidily, *old readily at ?1 'On to XI 12s Hd. pertnn. Nuvul Slnro*. ? lloniii has met with a good di muud , llio kuIch are 1(HM 1 urn Is at 3*. Sid. per cwt for common, 'i'ur remain* hti inly; MI0 t-mail ban-el* hold at lis. t5d. per barrel TurJ pi iitine. ? 'linn ha* been h bri^k demand during th* m ck foi both description*, and there i* no stock of rough now here, nil having beencb and at Htt. I'd. per cwt. ; spir its are worth .':8?. to o!i? j? r cwt i'rovisious. ? ilaoon.? Tin n in no rhangc to report Ileef ? Further lal<-< have Ikiu mailt at previous rati* Cheese ? The tim r dneerip lionn continue to sell without change in prions, l.urd cintlnurs to maintain Ul w ek's piicu* I'urk -Thnr* l* none on iu?* uiiuki 3U )<?? L?u l* rnpiMt, large tele* having bet n made at 17*. (id to 18s tiij. per cwt a* in quality. Hallpetre? A ft w hundred bag* sold si 20* per ewt . for 6 per cent n fraction Tidlow meets u good tii uinnd at HOn toil7*. (id for North Ann-rican, a.'ts. litis to for South Ann ricun, und U7s per cwt. for l'etors btirg Y. C. Monktamv awii CoMM?:nctAi. AprAim. ? Advice* from tho various exciisnge* nliow au increasing abundanco u( money. The average stock ot bullion held by the liank of Krglai d in both dt partmentr, during the month und ing Lilft Fi bi nary wa.-, X'lb 010,263. being an increase of i>27 yto. n.- compared with the pr> vlous month and an im reasc of JL' I when compan d with the hh mo pe riod lant year t'on.-oln ronliuucd tlrui and *teudy. Fri day in on London quotations for ucaount. 97 07X Aiiieriran securities in gix.d demand Political affair* still ten nin unsettled A* the re*ult of thn meeting ot Lord John HukcII and lii.i colleagues yesterday a dlssolu tion of the new government is pn dieted in tlirco weeks, and ii new Parliament by midsummer Tho dmnaBil for fitifht ami pus age lo Australia has increased coiuiUerft biy (luring the pud few wooks. Kiwoiit* imi CnAkTr.s?. ? Easterly winds iiave pr* viiiledtbiit week, and very few arrival* of American ships] none now in port disengaged ltuther better charter* bttVS bet' n paid to New \ ork and the North owing to improved prirrs for passengers, ami not to any higher rales for freight. ToNiw ^ork ? Iron and dead woigh^ 12s. Cd to 10s To i'hiiudi lphia ? 15*. to 17*. 6d T* llonton ? 17*. (id. to 20s To New Orleans ? 9s to lis fld. 1'aaskmgmi*. ? Plenty of emigrant* thi* wc?k for New Ytirk to till all the rhips on the berth without detention. To New OrlcaiMi lh? season Is about over. Price* for New York. ?3 fin, to ?!l llM To Philadelphia. JtM to ?3 6*. To Now Orleans, ?2 10s to ?.i. To liodton, ?'i 6s, to ?'o lit. Theatrical ami MiHlClti. The pretty n ii <1 talented Mips Davenport a p peara t# niglit. fur hrr benefit. at the Broadway Lyceum, in the characters of Mrs. llaller, in the ?? Stranger." and Ju lianA in the " Honey Moon." She is the moot prominlng young actrrss now on the board". Unfortunately the got iu the wrong chop at the Lyceum We are i-onn to lose Charlotte Cushman. ThU r? mtrkablu octrees han made up her mind to rotire from the Ktiigt' of this country filially, in May next. She wl piny a few farewell engagements hrro, and in l'hiladet phia Lultlmore. and Washington, and then bid adieu forever to her udmiring American audience*. Madame Thillon 1m now in the midst of a brilliant en gngimcnt nt Niblo's. he drawn all tho world of fashion and fi.nry alike Madame T Is a protty, lively highly linishcd actrew ? a good vocalist but with no great voice. 'J he Washington papers date that Ole Bull was to give a concert to-night ('2'Stli), at thn invitation of tho half of t'l-ngn m. two-thirds of the Cubinet. and throe-third* of the diplomatic ccrpt We don't tetieve It ? for Ole Hull did not r< me to this country to give concerts. Yet many will b< lit ve the contrary StcfTaiione. Silvi, and Max Maretcek, were, a few day* ?go. at Cincinnati, giving concerts, on their way to New Orleans. Vera Cru*. Mexico, l'oru. and a placer, with pl i lily of gold dust, in California Bowrrv Tiikatrx. ? Mr Oriflltha, the popular ooim dlnn. takes hi* lx n tit to- niglit The pieeoe selected a r& "The Jacobite. " Hindu la Human Konn," and ? Klni llclationa " IIhoai'Wav Thvairk . ? Mr Forrect appears to-night a* Itnmlei rupported by Conway. Tarry. Madame I'ouiM, und Mrs. Abbott. All will cli*<s with tho faxce of the "It tilth zvoun." Hun ion's Th mi bp. ? The musical fare* of tlie ' Maid of the Mountain " Ihe ?'am< tin plcee culled the '? Klrit Night," at d the sinusiDg piece cntltl'd the 'Toodlee " Nauocsi Tin art*. ? Mr II Seymour * benefit com?t lift to night The pieces selected are the tragedy at '?Jltchsrd the Third." and the new drama entitled the "Anchor of Hope." American MusairM ? The programme for the afternooa and evening consist* of th? oriental spectacle, Cherry and Kair Star." tlie ' Old Uuard," and th* - Milliner's Ilolldf y B?w ? nt CiRcr* ? Th< programme for thl* evening wll etnbedy the cnt re equestrian corps of Sands It Co., whioh will be Kiiro to draw i large houM. Ciisi?tv's Mir?*m?:i * present a well selected negr* M tcrtainment for this evening? eongs instrumented per formances snd dam ing Wood's Miksirvi s ? Th'e band is gaining every hour La put lie estimation; a fine programme for this e*?ntng Trwri r or i n Oatct.s ? The entertainment* couiat Oi Fthi'pisu mimtrclryand other amu-ing feature* lHsirm n gives a concert at tho Tabernacle on Monday evening next. Marine Affair*. Launch ?The clipper ship Anielope, Captain Ro bert Shinn, built by Mrssrs t'errine. Patterson & Stack, for Meesre. Harbeck It Co , expressly f>* the^ Oali fornla trade, will be launched to-morrow, at ono o'oiock, fr< m the foot of North Seventh street Williamsburg?. After being launched, i-he will Ik* t< wed to the SeoUonm I>orlt to be coppered am I ' n 1 tie-day J1'*1 Wl'' "? "? itadlnta* to receive cargo at pier JO. Nast River Trrrra*rrmo TaesTsv Cae.x -A lyejMr day by a mercantile firm In thle city. briar* informa tl.m that Ihe crop <>? fym on tho island will be mm* ihorter than t he crop of Inst se**>n This faet. t*k<m la connection with ih. increased demand for the State of Maine will undoubtedly oaue* a ? ri?* la rum -?B-um I'm, Mm* *?