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1 THE fO* STITI'T I OK - *T A T E KIMHTS R I C II MONO W 11 IO. noautt ■okaisih mat iu, inu. • ID f'OMKlfMPttNDKNTft. lotion on huoluooo mutt ho nJJrooooJ to tho " K.Htor of tho Whig" A rtifioo trrlUon .« both ohloo of tho /»»/««■ trill mil ho puhtioh got IV. I. .1 nolo of long tl.lnttlng, ought to ho tnoim to utt. nut! tuiJl In no Otiot ho tto/ttirlotl from III-it to IOy nrth-oo oroont tug otght II w -tro -httrgotlftrr <m tttlrorUomtOnlo. |fr . UaMMHni tout ho thorgot tho otttno no aJooHtoo mOUlO. Knr hitcnsttlng iu>(i, telegraphic, Ac., arc outside lirgiau Stuck .1 ud fttw Vurk Broker*. Tire Kntmtntr, a few days sinee, had a pretty tart paragraph tut those financial scavengers the Brokers of Wall street charging them, among other things, with |>tiMing tlieir long heads together to de preciate the credit of this venerable, debt-oppressed and lax ridden commonwealth. The hltamintr is altogether as indignant as a |>atriotic Virginian should he. and it undertakes to vindicate the ability of the State to meet all its obligations, past, present and to come. W« shall not contest tliis jioiiit at present, nor presume to define the criminality of the Wall street vultures. To traffic in stor ks is their voca tion . and if the credit of the commonwealth is so feeble so near unto a state of putrescence- as to be mistaken for garbage, it is tlieir privilege, we HUpjlose, to exercise their lieaks ii|>on it. At any rate, we are not so much disposed to in dignation as our iieiglllior ; for we llave a pretty de rided conviction that nothing hut the depreciation of her stock can save the State of Virginia from lunik ruptey, and |irolecl her industrial classes from in tolerable taxation. The Debt lias increased and is increasing, and the taxes hive been JoublrJ to meet Joint obligations.— But nobody is responsible for the debt or the taxes! They just came so, of their own accord ! But the same invisible, intangible and potent nobody, who created the present debt and taxes, is still alive and kicking, aipl as eager as ever to double the one and the other. That is the alarming feature of the af fair. Nobody is responsible! In the present state of parties the public burdens may be indefinitely augmented, and yoi. can t put your finger upon any - i. i. Tim I )»>n it w’rarv iliiln’t do it! — Oil' mi -they are innocent as the new-born babe.— The \Vbigs couldn’t do it—for they are an.l have been for years in a small minority. But there are now demands pressing or ready to be pressed, whenever money can l»e raised on State bonds, from 5u to luti millions of dollars for the construction of innumerable r„a,|s, which, if completed to-morrow, so far from paying .,ny revenue, would be a dead weight on the public treasury. lu fact, they would not bo able to keep up their rolling slock without the aid of taxes on the people. Well, Mr Responsible Nobody stands reaily now, as in the past, to say yes to all comers and to scatter appropriations with an un sparing hand, if he can only borrow the money on the bonds of the people. Therefore, while this om nipotent Nobody tiears sway, it is the true Interest of the people of Virginia that their bonds should lie in —in'll bad repute that no money can lie raised upon them. W Idle, then, the Wall street vultures are render ing an unintentional favor to the | mor tax-payer- of Virginia by depreciating lln-ir bonds, we are not di |m-« d to join iii a venomous outcry against them. On tin- contrary, wo are inclined to return kindness for kindness. Therefore, we will say t<« lliCiu un til there i- a visible party in control- of affairs in Virginia which is not-al'raid to assume responsibili ty for all legi-fatioii which lias the sagacity to di. crimmate lietween good and bad improvements, and ba- eitou^h moral courage to -av /■<> to those that an sr irdik-ss -thry h-ul Lrtt.tr right thy •</ Virgi nia < «-i». Vs wru eau give no assurance that «urh a pai ty i- ik'-ly tv* ansi- at an early ifay —not before the pn.-enl bud has become a great deal worse they cannot be t.s» diy of Virginia securities. If they ever pot tnrui up ^ par. they and we lax jsiv cr- will be involve*! in one common ruin. Whig fuatcMioa It t< evidently the wi-h of the old line Whigs ' of the State U> hold a convention, and begin a rt- n gaiii/aUou of their party. In this wish we nio-i heartily participate, and would suggests to our Whig friends tbe propriety <*l our assembling together here in Hirhuiund on some day early in July. Should tin- suggestion be adopted, an opportunity would Is a Horded all the counties to bold incelings and ap point delegates at their respective June courts. W, designate some day early in July, because we coi ' si'ler it of vital importance that the course of ll " bigs, 'A viic/i, should be determined as prompt’ a pn sible. I liousands of tbein in Virginia are no occupying a position of perfect neutrality lielwet the iKunocratic and American parlies, and waitin to see what the recommendations of a Whig conven tion -ball be, so as to enable them to act according v .vi ■■v ui nmi inactivity, and will probably remain no at least, s great many of them until sotue format and del. nit* action is taken by them, <r*</ /< ir/y. In view ol this tact, we cannot hot urge the importance of ha> ing a convention of the party at as early a .lay « practicable. Nothing on earth would atTord us more pleasure than to witness the Coming together, in formal con vention, of the gallant and patriotic Whigs of Virgi tna a set of men as intelligent, as chivalric, ts true, and as unsclllshly devoted to principle, ami ol as burning /eal in Isdialf of country ts ever lived in any land or in any age of the world. Such an as semblage of such men, in the present critical jinn hire of public affairs, and amid the existing confn sioii of parties, would carry relief and hope and joy to our inmost souls In the midst of such a gather ing « c should feel once more free and ut home— sensations the most agreeable and delightful, hut which, we confess, we have not ex|>enencud lor a long time. We are, therefore, in for a Whig Sutc Convention with all our heart and soul. In conclusion, we trust it may he the pleasure of flic Whigs of Richmond to hold a meeting <m som, evening during the present week, and ... to their brethren throughout the Stale soma time and place most suitable and convenient for the a.*** m bling of the convantfou. It matters a,* will, os when or whare it may he decided to hold it We have suggested Richmond simply Ijecau*. it is in fact the most central place, reached by h0»t ■nd railroad* from every direction, and therefore tin Iwst adapted to the convenience of a large maiorilv of those who may desire to gllend. We have, * indicated a preference for some day early in July only because we deem it important for the party t. counsel together and determine llieir course <> action with aa little delay an possible. Hut we del. entirely to the judgement of others better .pialilied |. consider and decide this qiiastion than ourselves Vile* uf tVeparstioa I The liemocratic foilreman nieeta at f’incinnsli Mm day.the id ol Jane and already the moat rligllde poaiiinn l.w operating have been occupied by the competing fore.-. “I'm i Vet JwV advanced tiiiird bare engaged W. • ell'a H ill, wit door to tbe Hood' in which tbe ,'<eiv. i (ion will mce^ Tie- Dieigtal mm are a little fartlir. „f but a* near aa they conkl g.< to bead quartern, * I flu-ha f itoon Tbew are u.elcrctoof bi lie regular drink.My ustal l.ihiuelils, opener) alllie cqe-uae id ear'll ra.idiifatr friend* and free to all r omrrs J.ilin Hole corn ia e pect. d iw |dav no •nuk'd.nguetied part in llii* great cm teat lor f'mpine anil .S|'«uU - f 'tnruiMtlh li’trltjini ba* . tr adv adv <n> ed ffl per r ent In anticipation of the enia «t Il'inWi intense. |l John er atiII King, anil if fb-nlr trull denrrttiea ffougla* a* » *•! 'ut Unu*e politiciaii" it larr t« pr, -umr that III* iqp*lt will have regard to tl fnrlnnra ol Ina uniat otiuta devote©, lint it la .|iie*li».i Ida whether M. Ihmglaa tor* a.opsea all hia rival* in ll high .pial.A' at,on Ai ending to public rumor verv I. have | awed Ihnmgh a fill senatorial term, a it bout ha ■ ... ■ ■ 11—Wi mg Iwconir ' r.isW, /.rooi. If thia be true, the conflict Mill tie awful. We u«v nothing the credit or discredit, which at i.k lue In the Krpubhi liom this olrctiooi-ciing cnmhei — Tin* sncictil Prnum who cmti|>eted hir llie thnHio of the lirest King, agreed tn meet on the Commons, each moun ted on a florae entice, and the one nltoae steed should first in igli, was tube entitled to the Kmpire and its trappings. This mode ol election lias been the source of School boy 11 Joule lot more than tao thousand years, and yet, in point of decency at least, it compare* favorably with the whisky aihitraim-nt to which the first dignitiea of llie uio del Republic arv* subjected. A Rood Retort. After his election on a delegate to I'incinnati, Mr. Seddcn was introduced to the Democratic convention on AYiday. and made a s|iccch delining Ilia position in reference to tile several candidates for the nomina tion. In the course of it, he took occasion toadinin ister hit after hit to Old Ruck, arguing the impolicy and the danger to the South of selecting a man not |iersonally identified with the Kansas-Nehraska lull, and contending that the nomination of such a candidate at the present time would he monstrous Italy eptivalciit to a shirking of the issue involved in that hill, amt would very probably tend to dis ! hearten and discourage those Democrats at the North such as Pearce and Ihiugtas- -who had given it their active and earnest support, and bail risked so much A>r it. all the time, from the motuAil of its | introduction to the present hour. He told the con vention that Ohl Ruck had been identified with the rxh ntion of the Missouri Compromise, hut not in any manner with its repeu/—and we understood him to intimate quite distinctly that nohodv knew where Old Ruck would have liven found on th - Nebraska question if he had been in Congress at the time ol its passage. I.ikcly enough, he said, that lie would have voted lor it, hut then he did not vote for it— w hich, il not his fault, w as certainly his misfortune— and people must sometimes sulfer for their misfor tunes, as well as their fault.sin this unfortunate world . of our>. lie argued, therefore, to take a man who was not only not identified with the Kansas struggle, hut who is so well known to the country as a hearty and thorough Missouri extensioniat, would etiahle many “ Frtr •"HUH ftfuiocmts" at the North to come into his support, w hose object it would he to con fuse and obscure the main, vital issue involved in the coming campaign, by holding up Old Buck as the special friend and patron of a measure which the Smth had now repudiated, and w hich the Black Re ptiblicans are now clamoring loud in favor of. lo a word, Mr. Sedden wanted the essential principle of i the Nebraska hill to lie boldly presented and tinnlv siissl upon by his Northern allies in the common contest; ami that could not he done except liy the Selection of a Presidential candidate who had been | in llie Nebraska light, and who still retains the smell of lire on his garments. Old Buck, therefore, was j ■ml the man for Inc crisis—it had been his utisfor- i fortune not only to be out of the Kansas "ring, but to have l>ecn too closely identified with the extension of the Missouri Compromise. Towards the close of the meeting, .lodge Crump of this city was calks) out, and, though it was no use the Buchanan men being flat on their hack lie undertook the defence of Old Burk, aid the right gallantly did he battle in behalf of his floored favorite. Nothing daunted by superior odds, he carried the war into Africa, arraigning Mr. Hunter, and commu tating as ugly lacl in regard to him, which caused great relief and joy to the beaten Buchaniles, and which had escaped our recollection entirely, if we ever knew it. He stated that if Mr. Buchanan had been in favor of extending the Missouri t .'onipromise line to the Pacific ocean- -that is, of settling the slavery question on the line ol 86 80 w hy, Mr. Hull ter had been guilty ot a thing much worse ; he had been ill favor of settling the question on flic line ot 35 degrees ' thus living willing to give up to the North one degree aid a half more of territory than even old Buck a Northern maii was willing to do! Tin- Judge argued, therefore, that it Old Buck must be set aside as unlit to lie run ill the present can vass because of his advocacy ot the Missouri extru sion on the line of 86 :to how modi more unwise aid im|M>litic w ould it he to nominate Hunter who had lieen in favor of a eomyromin on tile line of Ho ! We submit to our readers whether the Judge did'nt get decidedly the 1 letter of the argument —whether, in tact, lie did'nt most effectually retort on Mr Sedden, and take all the wind out ol his-sails. We submit, further, whether it has not In-eii proved most conclusively, upon high Democratic authority, Ifial it would lie entirely unsafe, so fir as the South i- concerned, for the Cincinnatti convention to nomi nate either Buchauau, Pearce, Douglas, or Hunter ! The Democratic doctors are much divider) in opin ion a* to the best |Kilicy to lie pursued in selecting a candidate. The anti-Hucliananites have laid down a rigid ruk, very much to their own satisfaction, by which Old Buck would he excluded altogether from the list of competitors. N'o man, they say, shall In eligible to a nomination, who is not personally iden tified with the Nebraska bill—that is who did not fight for or vote for that measure. The Exominer ' says this is new doctrine, and just the opposite to that which was preached in lielialf of (ien. Pierce’s availability. That great man was chiefly remarka ble for his obscurity, and the Committee which in formed him ot his nomination, congratulated him on living “ illrntitled irith none of the distritrtions trlneh htirr recently iltslurhttl our country.” With this document in hand, the Klammer fairly corners the Pierce assailants of Old Buck. But whether conviction will have any effect upon parti sans, w ho have foredoomed the “taejeof Wheatlan-I as the complacency of the age denominates the de mocrat, who has iio democratic blood in his veins, is another <|uestion. We suspect the exposure w ill only tend to render the Pierceites more hitter in their n»-Hills and more uneouipromising in their op position. The Bu. hananites have been urging his nomina tion, on the ground that he is certain of every South ern vote, and is the only democratic aspirant spo ken of, w ho is certain of getting the vote of a single Northern State. This sort of li-paraging logic w omuls the vanity and inflame- the w rath of all the other aspirant., »'«l the whole /«>•«• of them are i “pitching into" Old Buck with commendable fury i The lVii«u reuia'k. with force: “It i. not safe to assume that the entire Southern \ vote will be given with certainty to the democratic nominee." It then aig'/es, as Mr Buchanan, l>v the ronfes .ion of his friend., hi- no northern s'l.-ngth outside "f 1 eiinsyIvania, it is not -«tc to take him; loit the true police ol the party is to select a man, who ran control a large lent hern vote. It then casts an air ol ridicnlu over all its pn-itioiis, by intimating, that 'on I ieree is Itir man who possesses that capacity I in- ferocious 'vmf/nW w-i/cs upon this unfortunate intimation, and brings before tbe eye„ of the t’nion Hie unbroken -rie- of disaster., which has befallen the I'i.rce Administration in all the Northern Stales. Butting thi-. that and the other tog-ther, it look* to a man up a tree, that it matters Inti, whom the do,.* racy may select, as «., ording to U„. cwifes i sM.n of the one or the other, defeat .s inevitable. Literary Messenger. , * » *'«"■' OHO. It. contents a,. „ ne. a.H| mb ....-tmg. The opening article g,,.., , ,fcrtfh of the world-renowned Caacadai., ft ham, I The wr,U r'. op"-«". of I.,,.. unfavorable. If. , |.n«i,r „„| , „ eant K.n.licon ... ,g . hi. countrymen. •.. be „p..,d f. by .. cruel,.Since ,be Haste* '"gsn be ..... *"*”'*’ •W'ug.ni. .. |„s i abhorrence of 'sob p,rti.-«. "/'gfromsm,' , by Hie editor, lee hern listened ’ niond! " ‘,,C 'v»«lHngt..n „M.|, ■ , .7'w,,', af .»-.. - ; I.,,sJUUkc.35*■*.. * * 'r ... is lhf(1 , „ . ».. Hdlher, that two n We be',7. a*.. -Mbs *"• Wl diet, know where Kle. -,s LI. # * very different ule. , , , . * hM " iority far Hunter ,,„„r ,,, 7. "" «W a roa w ,ur 1 **ece *<>n,p («r |n„,,.|„ r n r.... is a won.h-rful Wildness and unprecedented d,.p.^i„n u> among the Virginia faithful just about this lima. I.ike freak swarm <4 bee*, there ia no i. Mm; where they wi arltle, till the linpati is Is-aleii. French Grain Market. The Mark Lane Kipreaa of the tsth April has tbe lo lowing n.Uic* «>l the Krench markets : ‘ A su.I.len rise ha* lakru place at Paris in both Who ami Hour, the latter being quoted V franca dearer, via »'.•! per If hectolitres (47*. |»r 2Si> lbs.) Im the lo* marks, but there are lea at llcra at these rales ujw, III holding pilee having reached S9f. ,\no. to 1*4 (57a to 57 ltd.) This sodden advsnr'e lias, however, liegun lo tim business. On \Vediteaday there will tie a public sale . S,Wi sacks and b»m Is ot Hour ol dilf.-relrt kinds. Tli advice* generally received in.lieslc a diminution in tli supplies at tire country market*; and prices have then fore risen lit. fully per sack lor Wheal (4a. lid. |>er qr.) At Havre, New York and liultlniorc Hour have brougl rial' 5rv to about 7(il. per sack Next Monday there wi In- another sale at this place of 5<i,ihn) bids. At llou deaiix rill', to 7W. per sack (3H*. t.. 4#s. |ier stso lbs.) hi also been obtained lor American Hour On the 2Vlt inst. (Tuesday) 7*is* sacks of Spanish mil Ire sold in tli town.” Wo sec- by tills, whenever there ia a auspeusion id sal. on floeeniinent account, even for a few days, an advanc take* place. It will put lewis Sa|Hileon up to all I knows to keep his subjects supplied with food. Like lb K..Arm, they are content with yuracM rt rinraari"—In nothing Ion* ; and the til ut, who will not furnish thee with tho-e indispensable.*, will not Ire permitted to rul over them. He knows this—and in order to supply th Fiencli with bn-adstufls, he will exhaust the whole rr aour. es of the Treasury. Hi* operation* greatly inU-rfet wnh the regular operations ol the trade, and render tli enterprise* ol individual speculator* extremely haaai dou*. With an undoubted deficie.icy at this time, i Kngland and France, of at least 40 million* of bushels, ii older to keep the price down, lie ma*t drive private sp« cuintor* out ut the market. Since thu steamer which brought the paragraph frou the Kxpress, above quoted, the Asia ha* arrived, whicl report* amitlier advance iu breadslulT* — which will ten. lo embarrass the Imperil) jobber still more. We hop lie may break. Not Sanguine. Judge Caskie, not being a very sanguine man, as hear sure.! the Democratic Convention the other day, oul; claim* tnirty me Stale* tor the Cincinnati nominee in Nu vember! That will do. We suppose a really aanguin. Democrat would include in hi* estimate all the Territories with a fair chance lor the Canada*. Mexico, Central Arne rk-a. Cuba, and the Sandwich Islands, with some aligh show for theseHVageaof the moon. We congiatulate tin Judge that I’rovidcuca, in its wisdom, thought it he*l no to make him sanguine over—Hi tch. He lia* b-en uio* mercifully and generously dealt by in this respect. Ant we pray the time may never eome when he will be any more sanguine than he is at present. We verily belieti it is not good tor auy man to In* too sanguine—and es|>e eially a politician. We groatlv admire the modesty o tile Judge’s calculations. And he has our be*l wishes loi his health and prosperily. Hard I’p. It is human nature to brag the highest when there*n the least show ol reason. Acting upon this principle. Stine is eugsged in boasting, at a (earful rate, ovei a very small matter—a matter so small that nobody but a "little Pelcrabiirgan” would have ever thought of referring to it at all. He says that *'5H> hog-head* ol Tobacco were in spected at Moore's warehouse" on Friday—ami, as in du ty bound, he endangers hi* lungs in crowing about it. Now, that is not even a circum-taiice to what occurs regularly—almost every day—here in “Big Richmond " On that -slf-Svuie day, tie» Ami./rrJ hogsheads of tolracru were sold at a single warehouse in this city' And vet il is so common a thing here that no ooe ever di earns ol making any talk about il—least ol all, they uevci brag themselves out of breath over snch matters. Richmond leaves such business to small, out-nt the-way towns anJ villages especially to "little Petersburg." PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE OS CENTRAL AMERICAN AFFAIRS. On Thursday tli« President transmitted to the Senate repotts from the Secretary of S'ate, Secretary of the Navy md the Attorney General, in reply to* resolution of the s-i.at.-ol Match hut; also a resolution from the Hou-c ol (he sth il! may last, brail having relerenee to the routes • »l trau-it between the Atlantic and Paeitic Oceans, chron 'h III*.* repuldtcs v*l Srw Itrenadaand Nusngiu; and lo lb** con«liti«Mi of affair* in IVutral America. The ..lent savs III his message: "The narrow Isth mus ** In* Il connect- tile continent* of North and South A.. by the facilities that it afford- for easy transit between the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean* have rendei cd tio* rounlnc* ol t’cnlral America olijrctAof special consideration o> all commercial nations; and this has t*een greatly augmented in modern times by reason of change* in our cornu ereial relation* product] by the general use ot -t»*Jiii a- the motive power. To US, on account of its g.s*giaphical position and our isihiical interest* a* an American State, ol ;«imtry magni tude that I-tlunus is of peculiar importai c« just as the Isthmus ot sues i-, lor mrrc*|>niidiiig reasons to the com mercial |>ow.i-ol Euiopc. Hut,above all, llieiiuporUnc* L.I th*. I lilted State* of ..(ring Iree transit across the l-ttiunis ha- le *-. me of paramount interest ulnae the *4-1 tleinent ot Dm territories of Oregon and Washington and the an.ion nl I'.diloruia. Impelled by these considcra tn>na,the Cnited State* look step* at an early day to assure Mutable mentis of coiumeicial transit, by canal, railway, or jtherwi-e across the isthmus. Alter bpeaking of the treaty with New Granada secu ring the light ol transit, and the unsuccessful endeavor to nhtnin Iroiu Mexico a c-s-iou of the right of wav at the northern extremity ol the 1-lhiuu* by Tehuantepec, the Piawideiil speak* of the importance ol the narrowest point »t the Istlimus for transit, ami the paramount interest* ol the Cnited Stales in the weeurity and protection of the pr*e ecled lines of travel, lie then adve-ts the (ict, that uV though this government ha* been a-kt-tl to extend it- pm Lectiug power and avail itself ol *ueh advantage* aw that prtitcction would secure, -till it has persevered in a system »t ju-tice and respect for the rights and interests of ot licit «- well aa our own iu regard to all the Central American State*. IL- refer* briefly to the possession taken by Great Bri tain ol th*- harbor ol San. Juno del Norte, almost itiiiuedi xlely alter the treaty ol Guadaloupe Hidalgo, and of the libel produced upon Nicaragua by I ha bad, and adverb Pi the unsettled eouditiou ot the Spanish American Re publics and ol the aoliritude and regret inspired on tin pait of this country : — Their violent revolution* and (he wars by which thi-v have been continually agitated have made tlu-io computa lively powclc**. f liable In afford due protection to for eign interest* within their territories, or to defend tlieii own soil against aggressors, foreign or domestic, the hiir den of this stale of thing- h i* ro*i*ei|»Mrntlv been c*-t upui the foreign States associate*I in close relation* of connuer cisl intercourse. The President. in speaking of Mexico, show* the fur that I fret it lirilfain and K. inee lure Imth had occasion h resort to their military power to enforce th#: rigftls of thei citixen* against the* St it#** of indfpend«*iit Spanish A meric He likewise allude* to the fart that, although it would h# a* m*f lor the United Ki.ittn to absorb new terltorf front Central America, a* it i* fur Kuropenn State* to dr this in A«ia or Africa, yet we have abstained from it n obedience to con*iilciutioiis of right r#ot le** than o policy. lie affirm* that he ha* never failed to discharge the ilu tie* which he ow.s to himself, to hi* country, and tr foreign powers; ami that he ha* never failed sternly t« c*t* rt all the authorlly in him vested to repress unlnwfu entci pii*es, because they are in violation of the law o fhe latid, which the Constitution requires him to executi faithfully, kecauo: they a«e ooi«tr«iy to the policy of itiu Government, and beeftttae, to permit them wot|ld Iw « departure fiom good faith to the American republic* ii amity with na. Among the American republic*, tc which modern event* have imparted most prondnenc# i* that rd N ii aragua on account of its route and other wise. The President advert" to the fact that in their struggle 40 I trorihl#** neither being strong enough to overcome lh< other, one of the parties (t 'astiifiuns; invited th assistance of a small Iasi? of of the * itixens Uni b;*J Stale* whose piesencc apparently put an end t< Hie struggle", and restored ifiicl hy placing at the head n the government s distinguished individual,hv birth a citl /••i» of th*- K< public, |>. Patricia Kivas, a« its provisions President. Trie message th* o "peska of the established |*»licvnf tli United State* in relation to the recognition of foreign Min istcr*. Tin* following arn the principle* set forth. "VV. rr< ignisc all Government* without <|tie-tion of thei source or organization, or of the means hy which the g#iv eriring power" obtain their power provided there l#c Government f**U» accepted hy the people of the conn try. We do not go h«diind the fact of a foreign Govern merit exercising ilw actual power to invespgate fiuestmn of h gitimai'y: we do not impure into the causes wimdi nia; hove led to a change of Uovernnietit. To iis it ia indiffsr ••rent win Ihcr a siicrvednl revolution ha* been aided h foreign interventloif or not; whether insurrection ha* over thrown existing Government* And another l.*« been e*tab li-hed in it* place, according to pre-existing form*, or h a manner adopted for the nccadou l»y tlirne whom we ma fin»l in the actual possession of power." All the A* matters are hdt in the people and public an thorilie* of life count riev respectively. fhiring the sixty •even year* of nvir existence urefer the present Uon«tlt*i li«m ••• have had occasion to recognize Hovemmefit* d /ViWn, foumfed either by domestic revolution or by militar invasion from a*ao-»d, in many of the fh#v#*rnuient* of Ku rope. The principle is va-tlv more important a* applten hie to the I Vntrul American States, where revolution* ar rt»u«ii*ntfy occurring. If, therefore, when the Miui'te friHn Nicar*gua presented himself some month* since ticai ing the «-nmun*"ion of President Kivas, the farts which ar now presented had existed he must have been received Various objection* to him were •tafed. Another Minister lias presented himself and been n reived ; s*ti«far tor? evidence appearing that he re presen I the government •U forto and, so far x* such exists, th fovernmetit <Ujnr* of that republic TfstSSrOW consldi raiioua of interest to this country are added to enforce th propriety eg this reception. The message states that a special commissioner has bee despatched to Panama to investigate the fact* of the lal occurrence in that ouarlei, and suggests that other inei sure* lor security of tranvil must be resorted to, ami I hi » u the (if *ent couetltutional power of the President I* not | »ufiicli-tit lie will rcnmiuatcwl* to INangrews such recoin tnem-larion* as the exigency ol the ease may indie an-. Tin' document* aecompalitiug the an-ag-- are quite voluminous. Those from the Attorney (ieneral comprise instruction* to |ire*e«t the titling out <if e«p -ditisuis of a military or nasal character lor Invading the territory ol any foreign powers. I The report of ()«' Secretary of the Narr embraces vervoue orders to the cotn-uandera cl the Susquehanna, r Potomac, In I ton ami St. MaryV The S s're tar y waiisrr L' to Commodore Paulding a copy ot the eta'cinent of Pap i. lain Thiktepaiigh of rhe steaiuer Orlxaha saving; “It pre t sent* a ease miking it manifest that our llag should la if shoe n at s-.au Juan, Nicaragua.** In consideration nl the e elieuimuai'ce* ho din-eta linn to proceed there Willi.the e Irigate Pol rinse, and in diaiiitrutitig the 1 easels of the Home Squnlrdn, he givea p.nticul.vr inslructiona to eaeh commander to touch at Pauatua, Aspiiiwall ami San Jrieir t as often as consistent with a due regard lor the iulcrvsts II nl our country in these pan*. The shstp ol war St - 1 M iry's heing iiistiuclssl to leinaiu at Panama aa long as * she is neeiled. Ii Tin- mas* of documents contain full particular* ol the s outrages at Panama l**m Molina, the Costa Kuan Minister, under dale of „ April IMh last, in a letter to Mr. Marcy speaks ot filibus tering persona as lieiug always hostile to that Kepiihllc, stating in candor and trankneas that the catelcsa conduct v ot this claaaia the sole cause which coui|>cllcd Costa Kica e tsr undertake the war in which she is now engaged, and I imposed sacrifices which she protests she will reclaim Iroiu whoever mav la- rvsponsihle for the satue. Mr. Marcy replies on April (.Mu what Don Molina calls l" the lawless conduct ol the inhabilanls of tin- l ulled c States, saying that it rvtlccla on the good faith nl our . I country ill n-gard to its neutral relation* not nnlv with P's-ta Kica hut with each of the Central American Slalra. 1 That charge could not Ik- lightly madc.aud was presented l* without ad.splat.■ prool to sustain it. I Alter arguing ill taror ol the right ol expatriation, he ii I aavs :—“R.-#|ievt for Costa Kica. aud Don Molina himself, i requires that hi* language shall Ik- so interpreted I hat it 1 shall not imply -a charge ol connivance on the part ot this government at a violation ot the neutrality law*.” On the -din! of May Secretary Marcy seiijs Don Moliua 1 the |nipers detailing the shocking herb inly end slaughter , »• non-s-orn baton t* by Costa Kicaus aud says : “The Pres ident i* willing to believe that PosU Kica will promptly ciwidi-nm the per|M'lralnra ol the inhuman outrage and in ■ tiu-t ini them exemplary pmiishni.-iit- Cost.v Kica had ; h-pailc.l Inun the laws ol war, and he call* attention to the transaction* at Virgin Hay tor such proo-eding* on its I |iart -a- the nature nl the case demand* On May i.th l*on Moliua tell* Secretory Marcy that he , has iul.Mined hi* govcruuicid id lltcec transactione; and doulitlc*.* t'saita Kica will n-plv in a satisfactory manner. She will not authorixe act* t » Uruish her good tiaiuc and prof,-w e* to have a.* much honor aa the l imed States lor shnldmg the blood of innocent people. If it shall be proved that such person* suffered, she will without the lea-t, doubt b iug the guilty parties to trial in Older tie > punished a* they deserve. Don Molina aaya that this war i* not betwe-11 Cosu R ea and Nicaragua, but b.-trreeu ti e unite I people of the Slate* or rather ol Central America against a hand of unauthorised adventures who are im poverishing and pre amg the inhabitants of Nicaragua aud who are threatening to impose the same yoke upon the re-t ol CiUtral America. Costa Rica cannot accord the rights ot war to a tiaiid of men answerable to penal laws which ceruiuly are not more severe in those Slates than in tnher Suti-s of the civilized World. He expresses the •tope that our govern met. t will suspend Its opinion till an investigation be made Into tbeerenU at Virgin Bay, and that it w ill not Ik- too severe with regard to 1 o-ta Rio . She is defending her most sacred rights against those who have outraged and attacked her merely because she is weak. iirnii .»ug,i-uu i yu •mm.'wirwrj Marcy under dalc ol Mav Mth. saying: "The unhappy state of lint country iu which he was horn, ami a desire ol exerting his best eAbrt* to relieve it, lias led him to leave his native shores to • represent it- in terest.- iu the|t spits! of this blessed K,-public and proct-edi to place llieaffair* of Nicaragua m such a light as to iu ; dura \lr. Mirevto view its circumstance* iu their true **-' I peel, concluding with ex oread tig a hope that the tin veriiinenlof the l’ruled States will he a friend to Nicara , gua." Next follows a letter Irom President Kiras, dated April 17th, addressed to the President ol the I'uitrd Stales as "Great and til-1 Kiiend," hi which he sav-: "Desiring of cultivating frtcn.fi v illations, I have thought lit to *c credit Don Augustin \ Ijil as Minister. to the United Slates,—a rehatile person on account of his knowledge of public affairs and In- patriotic feeling to llie end that lie may enter into treaties of alliance, and he ask* this go vernment lo treat lulu kindly." Mr Ma-o-i moved to reler the message lo the commit tee on lorrign relations, and that it be printed. Mr riitlcnden -aid he regarded the subject as a very ini|MHUUt one, which ought not to pass from tbe eon-id. ration of the Senate into the hand* of the committee with out remark He had seldom it ever listcued to a me#— sage Irom the Executive which was fraught with more ah so. biug interest, or which might had lo more serious con s' q».Cnees In one w.s-k*- time the country would he agi tated bom ot.e end tu the Ollier on this subject, and it niigbl i- nit iu our being invuived in war. It we were to | have *«r, however, he wanted it to is. accepted or do nnUIK'r .1 by Senators in an open, manly manner, and not i b«*e a course pcjicy purso.-i' bv wbicn we should goon . -top by ,-trp blindly, until we tall into the pit. The (jn ! veitiin.-nt Ol Nicaragua, winch the Presideu*. has officially recognized, was a thing of yesterday a* it weic. At any rale the shoes were not yet worn out upon the leet ol those who had wrought tin- new resolution, and already the Executive had become satisfied of its per inaueney and its capacilv tu discharge its duties as a na tion iu the great family of n.-itions. This seemed to him a »ery hasty cuuclusiou to arrive at iu a matter of Mttnucii conss-qucnce, the resolution having beeu effected loo, cs the President aduiiL-, i»y the n. )|K'nili...i ol' our own countrymen who went thei'e contrary to the laws of this country Was this the national prudence which had bilk '■no gui.I. J our course? W'lmt .-aid Jackson when Texas loug stood kiMM-kiug for admittance into the Union, even alter we were assured ol her ability lo govern li. r-. ll and when -I.I- had liy repeated victories established her title to b coo ide e.| one of lb<- coiiimuiiities of the world ? J icks-m * in,-usage gave a I'm.rough profound ami patriotic rebuke to every principle in the present tue.-aago. i We mix ourselves up in the affairs ol tin-nations a* I dangerously souietiiuc.s by recognizing these coiiiinuuifiea, suddenly rising into existence, as by entering into riilaug ling alliances with foreign powers. Mr. Ma-ou sanl be could see no objection to a reference. Tbe document merely informed the Senate of tbe actual ' condition nt the country in which we take a great deal ol I interest. The President bad learned that a change bail I. * ken place in the government of Nicaragua wicli simply amounted lo the fart that they bad one set of law maker* in li.-u ol another, and being sati*tie<| that the new Gov ernmeiit was a Government ,U y'licfo, and had siiffk-enl ability to i-ondurt the uffair* ol the coumry, the Pre-ident fell him*. II railed on to receive its Minister,—that was all. The argument of tin- Senator lion. Kentucky in the case ol Texas would not apply here. That was a new nation in'the family ol nations, hut Nicaragua has been ..-cognized - as n political couimuintyr ever since Dig*. A*, one time in confederation with other States, and af terwards as a separate Stale. When they changed their government all we haven right to inquire is: Is it a real Government, ami have they shown sufficient stability lo entitle it* to regard them? We have had a Minister iesi delit there several year*, and she has hail one Kara VI'.. have been on k'uiu of political intercourse with NIcara gua ■<» » -eliea of year*—a* we have with other Ihirern .. anti the President, by vhlueuf hisnlflco, must reg ulate our dipkiinaliu intercourse with foreign ministers. Tins existing government of Nicaragua h is boeo estab lished six or < igld months, and, so far ■< we are informed it is a government of giealer .stability than has existed in that unfortunate country for many years. The Senator had spoken of »ai -who are we to go to war with? When is tlie cloud to arisa v lbs * he allude to a foreign tian»-Atlantic government that has more than once inn r . meddled, us we have never done, hut have always refrain ed from doing, with the domestic os well ns pvditiesl alfaiis , of Nicaragur * Arc we to he deterred by that from ac i kuowlrdgiiig that government? Mr. Mason said if lie ■hftughl live recognition of Ibis government would bring u* »" .. 'he <|oestiona pending between os and any lur eign |Miwer, in wbicb we are in the right, be wovilj not , hesitate ui do il. We had not refused to rccuguiac the , existing governments of Fiance when they had passed through the vaiiou* *l >ges of tmmarehy, anarchy, military I despotism, as a repuldie, and nt last an autocracy. Mr lb mt said that the Government of Nicaragua I icing recognized, our citiaens would have a right Pi go there and could make that a stable government which wss not I SO now. |le lbought that nineteen twentieths of those who had established the government were Americans who had ..there lo violation of the neutrality laws. Mr Mason said the recognition would not affect our lieu trulily laws in the slighp-«t degree, Our citizens are at I liberty logo where they pleaovand alb-r they have reach . ed a foreign country they could engage in any pursuit . they pleased. Mr Weller gave n hispiry of the struggle lietween Oho , tuorron and Castilian, saying that Walker went there by I invitation of the IstP-r after he had succeeded in establish ing Himself at live head of the Nicaraguan army. Tins | present government was established by aid of North Artier I leans at the request of the natives, and during the sit . uroliths it has twen in operation there has been lift civil war, and lie knew of no partyfii Nicaragua who were try ing Pi upset Ihe dialing government. There wu* no r other prcP mfe 11 government there. lie alluded to llnti-h interference in hrhn!f ol <,«ta i Kira, and said lire Ihillali government had, during the last eight years, nnueted two hundred thousand square miles, In-ing more than Ihe territory of all Ihe Central American i Stales eranbinisl Our iVnlrsI American affairs are fist r comirrg u> a head (l may Ire we shall Ire precipitated into a war, hut, il so, we may just as wall settle the matter r now as at any other lime I desue war with no country. I represent a constituency upon ahum will fall the lull weight ol Ihe first Slow that i shall h»- stuck, but if we are lo have war let it he on this r ' great principle. We are on thv right aide Slid Ihe Ood ol ' our PatiH-ia will go with as sod givetia victor "Thrice is he aruc-d who hath his quarrel just .” The documents were then ordered to l>e printed and without I iking lbs question oil the reference the Kenan , adjourned. roNUKKSS TIIIJKKIiaY. In the Somite the con-nler «linn of the subject of Naval s Keform was resumed at halt prat twelve o'clock. Mr. r I Mallory, chairman ol the Naval IJomrnilO-e, *|*ikc foe two hours In able support of the general object of the art ol list session, anil in vindication of the proceedings of the Hoard and the Kteeutive lie urged that the necessity of bringing young men in active command in the Navy had r lo,lk been felt arel acknowledged, lie referred In instan ce* In the past history of the errantry in which officer* had e ( been godly ol offences violative of naval discipline and ol good moral-, had been IriedJ and displaced, and yet " through |edrtir.il inflnenees, had been restored by an lie ] Cutning Administration In I Ida way I be honor of tin it Navy, which waaita hfe-liioorl, was oerioualy affected and m—ggmmmmm mt j, i ijjj L,H (be efficiency of the aervtce tm(tailed. In devlliiing to give n*mi« br did so aim ply been* he would not add a fc* Iher'a weight again*! aur officer alio felt himself aggrieved aa>l wa* now appealing to the Sonata fur relief. Member* could bear linn wilncwa (hat their inllwem-e had often been solicited by ollcer* who aouglit to procure rteuiptiim from wane duty tu which they had Iw-eit ordered by the Saw lb-pat till cut. M> Mel I* try replied lo the powiliowaof MearaTonuIrs and llayard, .-socially in repaid to that id the former in de nvlnr thr power til the I‘real, ten I of the United States to remove military anj naval offh-vtw; and, in aupinut ol hi* uarti view of lliia In am li of Hh- wlijoU, he quutcd aulh.u itiea eou|<‘ni|*orary with llie adoption ol the I'.maiitiitinu. The lira! IVmgress, he contended, had adopted llie priitci pie ot allow ing to the Kxcctllive the power ol removal with re-pect to ail oibceiw. It waa ilaa-ided, ill rff-ct, by the founder* of t!ia OoVarwment, that III* power of reamral waa incident to the power of appointment and the ilulv ol seeing the law* (iroperly executed. Kvorv President, horn ticncial \\ a-hiiigton to the present, had* aeUnl upon that const ruction ol Kxcculive power, ami the country had sus tained them I'nder the power previously elialiog, he thought the President might have proceeded to (iriiue the Navy of useless and inefficient mrm'mrs. lie might hare rall.nl around him an adviaory lamrd, and nbUined their upiiuiMia. and the rvw(ionaibihtv would have Ua-n no more than it i* at present. The hill complained of had liut one uew feature—llie regulation ot llig pay , the riirlough |mwer waa not new, nor wa* the |mwer ol dismlm.il. To this effi-ct Mr. M. relerr.nl to the opinion* ul most ol the Attorneys li.-ncial as to the power to rem.ive militar y ami naval as well aa civil officer*. In regard to |hs taller the Supreme Court had expressly sustained the doctrine. Mi. Mallory next replied to the olijeclimt* urgmi against Ilia manner in which the “Navy Kelnrm I .aw" liad been executed, and went srmiewliat into detail oil Ihia head, aiding in answer to a question on that point, the junior otli.vr* so Ur timu bring witnesses nr informer* against their superiors, were not even allowed to he present. The Secrettrv ol the Navy hail disch.nged hia whole dutv un der the law when he summoned the Hoard aud gare tliem regulations for their conduct With that hia duly ceased. The general voice, he averred, had confirmed the Secreta ry's judgement in hi* selection of the advi-orv troard. and not a word waa uttered against their impai liality or times* for the trust conti-led to them until after the result oftheir advice had been made known. The Secretary had prop erly taken a high stand point, which the Navy never be lore had. There had heretofore ts-eu record* of viee, cri me, and inutimaliiv in the Nav v Department, yet (he acts 111 courts martial'liad Ireen reversed through pohlical iuduencea. It was the object of the late act, in obedience to the voice ol the Country, to raise the standard ofmor als in llie Navy. It would have beeu iuiputoiblo. from | the ver y nature of things, to have a public Inal in each | case. The wmk could have Ireen done iu no other W >V than that adopted. Mr. M repudiated the idea j that the Hoard wa* a court. The member* were re quired by the law to rep.trt only their “opinions," not a | judgment. The responsibility was the President’s. Ue had taken the advice ot the Inrdv appointed by tin- law^ I and be Is-lieVed that high functional v bad no dis(>ositiim j tu shrink from the proper rcsprtosdriiily. It not su-tained III this caac. a hlo* would la- struck at all future effort* Ur Ret proper information. Mr. M. reviewed the citleisnis iu i.le hv member* who had preceded him as to the “i-are lul examination'* required by tile law on the part of the Hoard. That lro.lv had bulnlieyed their instruelirMi* in the disci.atgc of a painful duty, and they were not proper ly amenable lo the r.-nsure cast u|mhi them Tile remarks of Mr. Holler, ol .South Carolina, w ere also reviewed, and a h*nd«-rue compliment paid him lor llie classic manner in which he embellished every subject; but Mi. M conten ded that good character was the verv foundation of elH ciency ill the public service, and that the eloquent Sena tor would find the maxim hold good, even as shown hv In* own illustrations, that it was necessary to hare “old men to- counsel and young men for action." Her.- Mr Mallory gave aav for the reading ol the Pres .v.... - ......oil me eon ilium ol anair* m IVII lial A meric*. The I’icsi.lcul in (In* message recites brief l» the -tato ol *tlilrs in Nicaragua; the hearing nl recent ereni. in that country upon Amtican interest*. *tatc* hi* rvarona lor recognising the new Government in Nicaragua, which he deem* to have a quality ul stability nut hereto fore known in that quarter. informs Congress that he h»» accredited the new Minister sent f.oiu that Government . and invite; its attention to the' nc-'essiiy ol affording protection to American citizens pissing to and hum uur possea-inns on the Pacific coast, pledging his cnii.mirenco in all proper itieasures necessary to be adop ted. Mr Mason innveil to refer the message and accnnipativing document* to the Committee ou foreign Relations, and to have them printed. Mr. Crittenden expressed tile hope that no action would t»* had at that late hour in the day, and when tliuic w»a an limited a number of the body in attendance, lie r* garded the message as one ol very grave impoit, and such a - certainly should not go lorth to the country without re mark. lie had never listened to any ciMamonicatioii from the hxecutive that seenu-d to hiiu mure fraught with *c ■ rions consequences, lie might sav evil consequences, than the document just read. In a w.-.kMfcnnc the cmiiln would lie agitated from uur end to tlie otliei with b-arlul loM-budmgs Ul »ai If we were to have a war he wished it to count in an up,.iznlv loanucr, a d not by indirei tion tr.uo motive* ol paluy policy, to be iliiveu blindly step by step into l* e abyss. Tin* Government ot Nica ragua, which the Presideiit lia.l tint* otficisllv acknow l.dgi'l, Was, US it were, but a thing of yesterday Keen the *lnk-. had nut been worn out on the fed of tlioSc who had effected it, before the President, with hot haste, had become unified ol us permanency and its capacity (■■ di* charge *11 the duties required of one ol the great family of nations. It was to his (Mr. C.’s) mind, to **v the least, a most hasty conclusion to reach on a subject likely to in lolve si many important consideration*. This revolution too, lie s lid, i* admitted by the Pre-idetil In hare been p:n* Hally ell. eted by the nMi|H-ri|iim of our own citizens, who went tin*..- in violation ol uur iieiilialily laws' Where wa» the |iriulence which had hitherto directed our national council* * Wliat said General Jackson in Ilia message .-elating to Texas, when that Republic b id won her way by her bdllianl victories bi the respect ot the worl.l * Ue had not that celebrated message by him, but hi- distinctly recollected that every page wa* a pull it .tic rebuke of the one beton- them, lie thought that the in judicious recognition .1 a Government wa* quite as much to be avoided us that dunger ol entangling nlliaiicea with foreign nation* again*! wliich the country had bceu so M>l •Uinll wa filed by the duel ul ita gical founder*. And y.-t t!ic President had seen fit to acknowledge this Govern ment of a day by officially accrediting its Minister Such policy might affect the whole family circle ol nation*, and therefore requited of the Senate the grareat consul. ration. Mi. Mason was lint aware that there wa* any thing in the paper which called lor the admonition of the Senator Ironi Kentucky. Thu President bad merely informed the Senate a Change in the Goveniin.-iit of Nicaragua; that one Presideiit had been appointed in lieu of another; that lie had been called upon to receive a Minister liom Nicar agua, and h id l.-lt it Ins duly In do so. Mr. M ileh-nded Ilia policy of rccog iaiug lie facto Governments. Nicaia giia was not a new Slate. It bud been lecogui-cd among oilier Cential American Slates since IH24. Is it now * • iovcrmuciit wa* tin- whole inquiry. We have hadpoliti cal liileieour.1.width it lor a scii'es ol years. Knowing that our citizen* had gone there, the President hud pio perly paused; but the Kivas Government bad existed lor -ix oi eight iiniiith.-. anil seemed to be stable Whilst we should do nothing to encourage a change, when it had [ pencil, nil *e had to do was to asccitaiu il* probable -ta bilily. Hi Muon could uni nee uny danger ol »«r in wli.d li id happened. Whence came tbi* put teuton* cloud? Slmuld we ha deleired fiiiui a plain light and duly because (• reign power* had intermeddled with altaira in that quar ler? II the recognition would bring an ia*ue in regard to IVntral American difficulties, he would my yeiy well._ We sliouhl not regatd Ihe consequence*. We were to lie IIHeeled Old* a* lai a* our own citizens are concerned._ Tbeii property hnd heen jeoparded by Uiilisli inlerfernice and il Waa our duty to see tlie wrong redressed Tlie Pre •"lei.I was the only power authorized to receive n foreign Minister. A mere change of luleis does not raise a ques tion ol ir*|Miinubility in tlie rise. Mr. M. rwlerrral lo flip sin ce*.ive changes of nih-is illVr.imv, « d our piompl r.s-ogiiil nn ill each case ol the ruling power, wln-ther « republic or "despotism. Mi Piatl thought tlie only piarlical issue was in regard to (In- efTei l upon our own citizen* going to Nicaragua._ Tlia r* cngniiiou wouhl bike away the restiictiona now ei i*tiug by our neutrality Iht*. Our citizen* can go now, but tbi* would relieve tin in fiom tlie inhibition. Mr Weller Mid tin- question «s* practical a* to tli« citizens of t'ahlorn.n, and tin* g*ve Inin tlie nglit to in quiie into the • If. 1 Is ol tlie movement, which In- thought nu*ht b! have been made some time ago. In reply to Mr. ( iitteiiden. In umild not agree linn it taised any question ol war. A mere revolution in Nicaragua could give no clu*i lor war witli u*. No subject, lie Hmuyhl, had been more giimply misrepresented than this. He Hu n gave an iulereating narrative of the progo -aevents in that qua.* t*r, and the mode In which the Hivas-WalkcI Government hs l been established. There had previously been no sii mouths without civil war. There wa* now no dissension no pally in oppfeitiou to the lioverniiieiit. it wa* I'o*. la Hi. a tint was wsgu.g the war agamat Nicaragua, hut •■.penally against the Ninth Americans. Mr. W referred tu several incidents of cm. Ity on the part of Co-l* Hir am against Americans, and *aid there were papers among the . ..'I* Hist would slaille the Peltate when evainineil. I ndcr the law ol nation* we had Ihe right to io.ist that unr i iti/en* in that quarter should at l. a*l have (lie right* ul pnaoners ol war. The reason lor rejecting Ihe nrat Minister on personal giouiuls did not ezist against Hu pr.-. nl one, who wa* u gentleman of pme characlei. There had already been an interference on the paitof Uiilisli officers, even to the right of search, against which we were always ready to fight. It wa* hard enough for ..nr citizen* in tie subject to the initarahty laws rigidly ez a med, l.nt it was a little too much 'o have also the , nin e force of a Mulish man .f war lo watch I hem on the Pacific. Mr W eller further enforced his views, and was gratified thst Ounlral American affair* were coming lo a head If *0 si« lo have war, let us have II, he sajd, on a great principle, and the Hod of battle* would b» with na. It wa* then agreed to print the document*, and Ihe fur III r considersliou ol the Message was deferred. In the llm *r or Hr ca carer* nvra a qnevtion of privi l.-ge in rr-gard lo tile conduct of a member occupied mail time, hut the resolution itscll was not considered The lull defining Hie duties of commissioner* nl clccliona in the city ol Washington waa the five* lm*tnc*s in order_ The vole ordering the hill to It* engrossment Waa rerun aldrred, ami a long .llsciiaahm ensued upen Hie provision* ol lire lull bom Hie Senate, in which Messrs Meaeham, ol Vermont, Mill*on, of Virginia, and Oobti, of lieorgia] *.||.polled the measure as it jitnod, and Mr Darn, ol M* ■ gland, opposed it finally, Mr I ampbrtl, ol Ohio, pro po«od a substitute to the Hunate'e tall; and this was adop b-d, uleb-r Ihe operation ol |h*> previous question, hy a vote of 76 lo 61 The hill wa* then pa**ed without fur the. discussion A copy of il will tie fauud in our local column* —Xal hit ItvsTH or Ma* K«**iTaa —The Asia brings intelligence of the death ol Mr* Host iter, Wife of T P Konailet, Hie *riia*. ill New York eity, and daughter of Plearci Parm l«y,at Paris 'v- qe Mrr-, • ~ ^ O M R H OJ A L.| MONKTAKT 4NI* OOMIUKt'IAL. <>**'« u* m Wma, Mag IT. I'M. Al th« K«« Yiak Kirliang", Klrat lt<*i<t, (Mlridai S4.ua ViigMla lira ana mU MM* ; |lgd» al Wit, ; »u«l *1*. »•' »HC. T* <My. .» ialaa aia m»o>l Th» S». I.tui, lutolligrncvr U li*».-a that thu tolwcvu ■ia trl iKrrv, al pr^tnl, I. it*. brat la lit. caaulty, an.l lu.t.u.,. il.a ,*«'Mil Mb. al th* Alai* aai*.«Hia, In prowl Thr |r«A a .41 arm ol roinroori lo Pol aaaaafaavwtat l.ai al |iJOI4* par luu It*. . liar* • I>Thr rrltluf .... ; •• W, i. nlur* lo al lhal Ihr h>kt*« «U*a. raaiparad allli Ihr n.ir. U r of h >. .hratla pot up. r-aaaot hr rr|oaUrU any ahrrr al Ihr Waol, and w»- think, h«4 even In ll* *• tH.| Virgin!* Mtatc M We g.»r ihr Ittilaawlue %« the range uf price* h»r the week past factory Low* ♦ l II»i*t.-ia'iln hi, 1'omm.oi shipping C^Ha***!b», Manufacturing f? .aWSkf*t. an.l a t. all* choke attkle w«.uh| unUmln rally go above Uw Uttrr Agure The manu actursd artkle I* lu -a*gc il ut.tM l. far exceeding the capacity sf fa dork* Sere to •upply Tb* gra.|.w are «»f rfyry varWty. ranging In prtrv from If y% |u*. p*r lb — He again rrMwiliet.il country holders to ship while the* p* Ice I* up •wtl planter* will do wall, We think, to put In all they can. Of that' however. »hey are probably th* best judges.” Tlw Petersburg Kt|mw, ol* ibw morning, mV| ; "A gmlktnau lu the trade inform* ua, lhal the tobacco ludurw la JN*re lively In thl* city at the prearm tiuie. than ha* been the cans many year* prwvioua Ye«trrday at the four ir«r. houses In P* lur*bu.g. ihr agg'.ealr number of log*i»ead* tqHrncd aad auld, amounted la* ah*»ul .!>». The balding wa* *p4rtl«M and the pricaa rwwllaed very Aao M Tin* i'liirtiinaii I’rire Cwrwttt, oil* ol th* bent coin liter • ctal journal* lu th* country, *aya : *• Il ta a somewhat remarkable fact, that there ar* only two aan mer« tal papers mi the wh.ile sea »mard. from Maine to Teams, which awJthing approsching to aall*'attoyy tables t»f Import* ami c» Kt*. and these are ths Ihwn.ti Shipping List and tire New Orleana ce 1 uwvtu llow Interesting would It be In b4i«lne«* men. for In •lance, ui know the quantity of flour, gram, putk. butler, lanl, cheese, etc . which arrive* at New York, from the tnterh.r. by ths various tu.nl. * of c.mvrranee, from seek to week, and for tli* *ea Win. a* caiiupar.-d with the previous Season? but no such *t*tciu« u1 i« p*ihl.4». d In this cUv. where wr have Ate railways, two canvl* Inwi le* the arrival* of fifteen to twenty -Aw steamer* p. r day. .1 roguiaif rvm .# *4 h/if of 4tli Ml tntrN t$mit Nwr.i4iM.f44r • m^iefeu/ nan# ruyanfe./, and which ‘t published lu lah.J.r f...u> under Uie In a.I of Imports ami Report*, from week lo week ** rootage rttamp* have just been iutruducwd into Swctl.-n, and the cu*l of letter carriage Is now th* aant* to all parts of th« country Letter boxes have been fastened up ail over tbo city ol Mocktmlui. — RICHMOND MARRRT9. Mat IT. 1AM Ti»k»(XYi.-Thr luarkd p<r«riii« uu sew feature. Tl»* quotation! air .• MIow.:—Hr.ay lu •», for rip.*., . An. lug«4<$4V ivqm.ni Ir.f, 'utfS; iilMUm*. *0*V. ; All. i-1^.,1, ; ..Ira ui.iiufanurln,. |1'i V»i*l V V luu *a . uroaiJIn. to quality kL.K a The rrce pt* by Canal were ag«1n heavy, but th* dial** •itlou to operate wa* not more percept lb * than it ha* been f.*r **«e ral weeks past llnl.kr* continue to ask f..r -hipping .*k«|ierAne fntni the Us*In. |AV*. and from s*ore ihr latter the hgh-*Wor favorite brand*. > lira f? S <&?'«. lu small lots |A , Ky« H h*at — Tt>e Improved feeling in the market, noticed yesterday ha* resulted In an advaiu** of Avr cents |er bu«hel to 4lay with * deposition ol* ^ P'ft »»f buyer* to ac«*e«t« to a still further *.|v «n«, ror choice lots, the InVrlor grades haw stso la pe«»Ved, the d.tt, plcg •!• au.ind being quite active H*e accurdlnglv quote red at $|,Hf MM" lor g.»od Ui prime, and white do do. at |l,4&Ml,A5 aud I (k for while, the latter for strtclly prime. THR WRATHKR.ORtAt. Ws contlnuo to r*c*«ve very Infavorable report* In regard to th* wheat crop Id thl* !kat* The Clarksville -Tub acco Plan*,” . op|. « a Paragraph from a Nbrth Carol n* paj *r lo whkh th* wheal rm|< >o (hat fhale Is icsrcseuteul to be unusually An*. Th* **Plant” ** \ 1 Ihsl the a..sunt* gtrm l»y4lh.- farmers of ths country a^jit'Wtt tv L'lai ksville ar* of a directly . | p,.»it* character. We quote. The chinch Sug I* Making w*r up ,n the wheU, aud even w thmr lire prr«<ncr of tin* trrnbh* • Hf«'? tiur crop al |4f*s«-lit dm* (lot pro imIat wetl. We -‘o Dot nieNO to be understood to predict that the crop I* In be a faUuie. or to assert that it cannot tw even a Awirp r?44i*« %rly nn indications shetvevrr oan l*r r-fanbil as *nilr-lt Je ;i«4vc of whattlteh West la to wr. It will be rcmeinhervd. that l*»t ye*r. ul»m tl.« a. a*«>u w*» utu h n.<rfr *dvah4*ed. the pmspn ror a cr* p u*s as dreary as It 4 00hi p.«*stbly l»e, and yet when the kel.l- had ripened (or the*, yth.- the «leld ua* found to he ahundat'l H’* only mean tu *sy. that the fanners of thl* ctamoun ly r«p.«*u nt Lite chances at pre-eut for a large harvest %- being deodsdly again*-! ll.em II* avy complaints hav • also r- arhtd u« of th* *c .rclty of to kacro plants.- W be her iIho cotupla.nt- are to be srrlou*ty ngard ■d it a‘pie-tmn wr arr tuft pr«par«d to deci*|** Tl.«r. Is reason t. believe, that lhe*e cninplaint* non in ay have more foundation thm It*-) ••itluianly have. They h *ve no*, however, l*eeu frtqueii rno igti and bold enough a* yet to creak* lb* slightest apprehension The Halifax \ a., Advocate published ko lh« adjoining county, mft t We mentioned in our Us* that t he wheal crop, lu this county, was HH.ku.g r. mark sidy well We have learned, since (hen. that. In #w'l I"1'«. the chinch hue is miking terrible ravage* upon l» *ev. ral farmers inform ui that they scarcely raped t», make seed deflrrally, however, the cr*»p it very promising The heesburff Washingtonian, on tire opposite border of Uk Ftwtc, i Loudon cot) aay« : The prospect* of the wheat crop, of this county Is spoken of by tl.v hu "irr# as bo.i.g very ’avorahle- if nothing .w . urs between this ami F»*r vr»i to ti Jure the y. ut.g grain. We mat raped « mil crop. 1 h* 'aimer* air backward with then spring Wotk much corn has yet to l«r planted. — PALFfl OF REAL K8TATB. The past wet k was a very dull woe fur real estate. Most of the o? r‘ r'ng» were n.-.--sarity withdrawn, on account of the thio alien lance, and paucity of bids The wharf properly, at Rnckdta, and icnementi on Locust alley, brougl l very good prices, but the results nf the other transaction* w.ere, genet ally, •• n..t worth biaggtug about The prospect, as far as lodtcah t| Igr recent sales. Is uot Very i n« ouraglug to those who have real estate to bring Into market. The rad is, that Uis siitiigrncy of the money market, and the onerous taxes to win. h property Is now sul^rctrd, discourages Invcalmriit*, rxr. pt in raw * where perwwua desirw homesteads, aud fancy pern lar locations. We presume, Uvtysr, that the mark, t will improie, f persons With capital at Ibeir dl*|M«W*| rao twronie S4ti«n.-d that "bargains** a.e now .ddainablc The private ttl.s of the past week were far uu*r* satU factory than the auction sales By • iiudJis d Apjter%on. Miy 14.—Lot tainting 9» ft ..on > of 1'harHy »trv*t, be tween Ft Feur and F*. I*.«ul streets, With a brick a..d small sr..M|«n tenement there..u ft C&A Ub LUh —Cottage farm “Strawberry Halbt,' near the main Charles n « »• II load, N uni. • h. I..w Klchnmud, cottUm mg M acres, of Which 9& are ck-ared | Mo Un U4 fronting ;U feet ..it Water stieel, and eaten.Log b«, k list ft to W liar I «t , at $l*t per hart 443 no I*°* hooting HI ft. on same strr«*t, and no tiding s*Hith to Ihi river, having a depth of ah.-ut *>• feet, at #19 |o-r foot C46 ou 1,4,1 *‘i i.f Fi. kett and others' pi 411, on n. S. of Water srrH, (II. sr A Warwick's nroperty.) .. .. *411 its. 14(1. Ilr.. k tn.rtu.nl ou t. • of Hrare street, helw.sm /A I and 94.1. streets, tOliureli Hill,) lot fronting feet, and ..f '•*' k ' »>• HlW-J .*,*«> », resvrtrk leurimiii* on U u.l street nr all* y, Im-Iween \l and F sis,, fronting *9 led, ami runiiii<g l»a. k Itat ft. 5 97u ia> By M» M/ » ftiyUtr if- William*. kfiy I f I rante Ihmim. •mi Venable st , raat of NIi at., lot fronting *_*i fret l.y 166 f-et deep.. ft,»o tHt l ilt. rto- wharf p.ouerty at ftwrkelU, known hereto g b.re as o l.odl.tm' Wharves,** emhraclog a Urge l.rirk Ware* •use. slie.l*, A , Mild yielding uni,I recently lA."*"1 |m r si.tiimi, sold l«. W.*j. II C'. Cal*. II, for . 25 UUU 4M I III. I 4.1 In the tnWIi nf Fhlliey, at! W. s. of Harv.e st , fr tiling l*» f • t and. running hack 19»» feet, with a framed* dwelling thcremi . . .. £g& tm The adjoining lot w 1* tint sold By Mr. J B. It. /Mysr May 16- llrt. k residence mi Mayo at., between Franklin and Hroad (near li F Hall's,) lot fronting Sm feet, and running bark 19a It. to an alley . . 4,45a no W* prepare the following list of real estate sales In Virginia, from notice* In our exchange* : AUIivimua — A l«d fronting ou L'nion street. 6dfeet 4 inches, and running Into the river, adjoin.ng the fish wharf, w,«« *o|<| recently at iml.lk sdc, and pur. hased hv tlie Corporation for #1 sifts* TtiW fob lowing lots Were ala*, sold, l-oi No I on the north west corner of Frank tin and Allred streets, in front on Franklin 96 feel, hv 114 feel i.n Alfred stre. 1. for I9*> No A, a lot <>n Mi Asiph, lk» f. rt 7 la in i he*. to the south of huke street - in front on Ft A«aph street 96 feet ami III! ket d ep, 10 a ten feet allvy, for 816. Fit* asm an On Faturday last, the lot on Market street, Iwlwog ng to the estate of It 1’. Fgerton, ilsc'd. It was divided into thiee lot*, and sold as follows , No 1, 61 fc-et front, with sundry small w.aiden buildings utmn It • *- purchased at #M per front font * 1 No 9, 61 front. Improved hy 1 g.rod dw. II.ng and nuthouses, war ,Hirdialed for #4.176 N«> li. 64 fret front.wi« purchased at Ifsi Mr Front loot. The retire property reahsed #9,6691. and the sale Is ion rldrred a g.HMl obe The lots rxtvn.l ba. k to Jarratl's garde1. « I. pib ov9iu feet. -The house and lot on Fr nchurch street, belong! r g to thw J. 1MeolJ»o.A Btlby, ilrc'd wa. •old recently •> auction, fur .«»•*,ano.M Co.—Mr. Peter Wlnabturns ba, ...Id hl« farm, altua l» -ufftit II, two year* since. forl.KMi Kimiiixvu i Co.- We understand that Monroe Kelly, |»q . uf llsplMhanno' k.ha* i.M tils farm In that county at the rale uf to icir. Mr K y«ve but 'Ll> Prci.krh K Co — Fitly a. re. «f elate land w#l of Wood** mill were M.ld U.t week, publicly, at l*>l and $l& an acre, .object to dowr. nyht. Wr note the fotlowiuf transaction* In real e«tale In other part« of • lie Union : Saw York —The u*ual routine of the real estate salt., at noon, •>» Ihe rotunda of the Merchant** ► *--lianya, was rirbil to-day by the * *»eof ih- old and noted Hri.fc Church Property, fnmtlny lu . kmai. »tr. et. and bounded by Nassau street an I Park Row, for fTirjOflo. Il»e porch** r« were Raymond, Wesley A On , uf the M*.lv Tim.., s...i Messrs ¥ P and llenry K«* p. of Wall • reel One-ft surf h ttflh * proceod* foes to the Corporation of the city of N-W Voi k and the remainder Ip the presbyter an Conyr.ff .. uf the r.n«r*Me [liidtier Fpriny. H It The Church was erect.d in 1747, u arly f • f-ara sro A new rdiAce la to be built «p town, Ur..«.Jw »y anJ Twenty-fifth sire»-| — Time*. WssMisaroy.D C Another aale of rral eHste furntahe* addi tional Wid- lies of the Increasing value of prnpertv In lh|* M< tropo llv leri 14. square lof, sold at Ahern cent* per squire f,^,| square *t~ nesr the Knebr If on-#*. I.,* No 7. taken bv th lion p. y Vinton at thirty < d,i* y -q- are foot ; h,| Ns 4. same squire, »o the ram- at twenty-elylil cent* p* r sqtiare foot; luta No*. 4. 7. and P, in Mpiarr II with the improvement*, sold *1 AjWU Mr John N Ncntroo liaa al«o dt *,*>*'*• I of his hi U*k d well-ny house and In*, one loindrsd t»r one hundr. d and twenty feet, corner *.f N and Tenth at reef a, for s AMU rash There w re tw-ntyal* lota s Id southwest uf lie- Preet leu ** Huus— — O'-y in lUtriaoRV A lot «if yroor.d was aold yesterday on the eaat able jf Footh atrmd.betW'ert lamb inland Pratt, haviny a front of f»» fret I d depth of si feet Improved l*y a three *t<»rv hrl-k h.i-ld ny, with Hi e- story hi<k bull li y • uverlny n-arfy the whole for 7 Ain^rlnm. Chk too Fifty lots III Chi. ayo, which c.^t ft ic o threw rears ayo. aold las* week for upwards of ?7.ir i* , aod ti e • Pair flrou* d" pro periy, which waa recently aold for f4,<Ntu per acre, wa« f*nr has. d acre ***** **°f<>r VW**! one fortieth of that sum -$h#i per AUCTION FA\.¥3 AhVFRTIFFD IN TIIF. Will#!. **M- attt> utm M>ty Ivtb. ¥.%rt utor'a sale of fourteen tiefrnea, at 10 u'rlos k. I»v fWcfclnar.n, MM .4 fv. ,, * ommlaatoriere* sale of land In ffenrtm county - flu* 'A'libr Mill tract. etr„ on in,. pr, mb*«, „ 1 / v| HuHdiny lot# on Cliur. h Kill, on Hrare, between fftk and fftli , at A o'clock p \f Mill. A trartln Hanover, of tff aerea, to l»e void ondcr a trust d-ed. at Ashland hour not me. tlgfffd Truale ’i ssl# of a lot ih» Franklin alreet, opposite Metrnpnlltan Mall, at f* o'clock P M i4«h Hal- „f ilie “palmyra Mills,"in Fluvanna county. Mwelhny end M „ rorl,,r 0f fjrtr, tl,d /1th *'rrHa . also, other lot. or, 01|,ffh Hill, In de.lrahh ue»yt,»H>rh. odi. (II A A ,) at 1 a '• eloek P || f *"»naFselor»er s' tale rtf arveral Iraeta of land In Hanover, near F. rkChutTh” if fair, otherwise the neat suitable fair day thereafter ,/une W The iraet rontalnlnp lif acres. known as “Wondlawn " V* "dies fr«»m Klchmond a deatraMe country seat tr.II he sold on tfcr mentlacs at 4«q o'clock P M„ If felr trac* nf 1,170 a-r# 0 of land on the Fouth * de nf IHn river, la llama* < until?, Va. to he fold on the premises Fee adv'l A -ot I aye and farm of thirty aerea, on nr near Church Hill. ((4 A A ,»to he sold on the prem*ea at A o'.hek P M 4<h The • Wallace Cre*k " plantation, c»ntalnlny ahonl l.wat •rrea, In C-harlotte county, oa the prim us, at If o'clock M to he •old umUr a ,|eed of trust Mb. - f .iinmisatoners' sale of stotre house,etc , and III acres of land at " Totusket Hndye." In Richmond «• ownty Ifth Twa valuable farms In New Retd county, rafted " Mnt leu's" a'-d '• Vald-n'a," to he sold at the Court Honae Isfh - -PeerUtor'a ante of the " Rent Mountain " Irarf, ermtalntny upwards nf A*SRI aerea, lylny r hb 4y In Rr>anolie i*a - to he ardd on the premises MHh Fate of several valuable tracts of land (F. James') near Mo.-sa-'ks, la Roanoke r„umy, at If ortoek M F-e adv't Fame day the " FaM-hury" mdl Rhd f irfk. In Ru-k«nfham ro. ./•r/y IT Valuable farm, '• MawfleM," In Oranfp>ro«irity contain Iny aerea of laud, «»f whb-h Ah are cleared. Fee adv’l. A*<j fth At the Court Mouse In lentiytfin, the fran-ii^ of the Jan-tion Valley Turnpike company, etc /W* ft-— A plant at 100 rontalntny I.R4 arret In North Alahawia par mote Jf fV 7«t*» l^ryc sale of dry foods at the ao« IWm r>Kwwt of Rent Paine A Co , al 10 o'clock PRIVATF OFFFRINOF OF RFAI, PFTATP Aoveavwo ta tnv wam A tr»rt nt l.nd, -m..r*rlM, l,?no trrn, nio,t.4 |n ,h. y.||,f Vlrylnla, near Flnraatle (ff) . "."‘"T-""*'” <>'• *•« Sr Mr'. FMd. ZM miles eaat nf Rtrhmoad . adv’d by 0 A A- (111 Tl.e •'late railed " While Rank," PI acres. In Rmy Wm countv nn U.e %fattapony river. I S mll-v fr- m C If (if > Farm «.f frjy aerea in Powhatan county, w»«h dw. Iliny. He . therr onttf) r * A firm of Ann aere* In Roanoke eawnty, known •• the** R«ot Mountain 170 arri s cl. an d (tlA ) The White Fulpkur Fprlnff*, in ttrcenbrtor county. Fee adv't BTiU-i- -- Mwt Extraordinary Remedy known. ' ■r-Tm^a.rnm:e: i mhn kmiiMcr ta ihr mi. ... n> thr “IIIITH |:m*v HKIiAhT t'l.lkTIIS” k** ulhWMlhil Ihrrr la DaUtllg known b. Ihr uolkil amid. whM. will «| all uimiwf with ibrtn Thay an mM eomhwirra wl the HHrmtny m*4A*r. I* ••J' ^ “M «f them, Without fwur of conlridkllwii or (owf to liiiiirtry, thut If Ifcvjr arv a|H>lt«>l at uujr tin* |*« «»t.u* »•• th« mi tunl |l«ii| .4 Uw brwuwl, th.y will aIU> «U iu«uiu4iluo , Oltwvr all |*%.u «u.l urtxnt th«* fcrvurt fit mm vuiWrlhff. uu4 fur tharun-ra. If ihr braaa. Manila actually naa hri.ur ihr tb-tha . an ha lra.l, tin' appllvaltoti aiul naUM waarlng ..I II.. u. aill Modm r auch ! a coiddl.* of I ha hranat nr I,. In aura |h, .pcadtaai p.,a.H4, rui. | Karry an.ltrer J.nul.1 kaap thaw l.y bar. and follow In thalr u.a lha | dtra.ik.na, which alway. ara an,I will. thaw, and uu« «.«d lor It. .hr wdl nrrrr klo.w what It la lo lu» arrtoua aud. .lug am. I.ar kwtan. »*■ * rrialttaiua ol • !.«,. acciupaulrd by If canto worth of IMMlagr atampa. will aecura ll.v prompt Ir.namlmk.n by mall ol a pall af llama rk.iha to any part of tlm Uiuiad Italia Tbay ara for anla rvclualv. ly by AI>IR A OKAY. WboWla and Retail Agent.. f,'W ><l Main atraal, Rlrhinond. Vlrginln. Full dtm-ilona for applying thaar Ctruha, will accompany H*gMJ • M FIIHAttl) FRI .RU tt urr> thK|l.-A»cmpfA,n /Ac .Vimt.rcA Tb. graml d, a.I. ralon. In |M...uom.« health al II,la aram. ol Ilo, year, la to railrTc lha ab.rn.cb of all .r.ipur ilra, to uirlrorata. to arouaa the lire lion, I or p,dll • and lo . a,ml fro. ,h« Imwcl. .11 u.d.aallhy ar, Thl.aVuf.i ■*&dona hy aoanr gcollc .uadi. Inc that In It* a. Ilona will nol dabill fiJVh* ■“Fab Iba Min, or br«h.ud lha natural anlrlta K.-r- ,-urF°“ ** know of n.. rraaady aa,r y,t iniantad. that can n.‘.ufa 7iJ!d‘vl! 'to Firm Ion. Ill'ara, ;... r zzz sr,:: rrelkiii, art n Mirr rwrv f. r ll_ m. . " * •* Mm* u> «• 4'litkllt-, rt*,.t. ro l|urW«, A* uJTLlTJv *L*'9*"'** IttXX l\n; a?£X •l.ditR no, «« thrjr will ofTonl lti»l*i«t rrli. f Try tluui h« oil i.ufni.. Hi.|y «*rtiln |irc UrftW. 9 ftH r“ lo- had ..I .11 lha principal lirugglaU 10 .ha clly of Richmond tl«. ol Ih, lollo.lng Urug*,.,,. P. ,1 * Ala.andrlv. V. T H M KviuiFjr, Lt wntMirf, \ » , T>r|i|, IItoUiii A Twvlor PMam. '.mg, la., fffal.l. r A Joln-a, * f hlkkWi. f.. Kina Alov *Nnri. la l a. Uarllck Allwathnicy, Forlamoutb, Va .!». r Cau.ni Wlllla'n a* I,'jry- '«_• ..on A Wallace. Fradcrlck.burg V, 7 K IMIom « Co , fbinvtlle, Va.wi.cal A Chaplina WU.II..J ’ V. ■« " V.lalu. A Co . Aniltl.ll, l.l, Va.; Hlhb A W ill. CbarbUnarillT ^lT*’ .u JAk. II. U|»|»tt», H ilmiufton, N. C , Churlrw Htoii A rUjL* c*tt,**> * Unuii, Hoiliiuorr, IflJ Bod«k«m * uL i T T' "*!T' ' and from Uruggiaugn,. rally Hnl'^d vlilrmed to K . woo McEfcouit. Vw. tyXjL ' tail.. TM. rid .rated Rriumly for KtoanualPni, lloul Nruralnia .'I.T.'l*;- . 7?"0*.*toT‘r*T*' A' ' •• manufoeuTd only by I hf lW IV Urarh, rvrrywhrra known a.lhrortolnal .11. No » ' ” W K’»'"h Wraal. brb.w Cbnl.ul, ! |T*’C. •'■'k- for lhclr own aaTrty. iuu,l avoid all wor hlam ;‘ha'drrlalla. from lha Or of ablch Ibr wor.l conmquarwra Imvr I,.I '“a*1"1, »'••« Imv, brrn drcrlatal Into lalylng thrJn An vr.Ma which la tonfraard. In lha a*l van I.air.rnl* vl it to |M> ... Iv an M Qfnib'a k-lr. in, Od t,‘a.iuriii.'.e !l ^ uT:r„^rb7.,* PV7 n •*•'* «••». -« Ft..I. lohav. plo, ol Fr.d ?v UrtS ^ °f »•>“• "> Thla la au anllraly i...founds! pratanMon A l arvou who now ad '™.:riVI'irath*.0'1 1' T,kn*e,rW **' d win. |^. ..inm.fk—to*^;.Vom^; r. lha oavrau^vat of tl.c Mcdicina. ol which ha i. T Of .M. panmn I. J. no. ,™.y .VT; ulT.7’ r7.*' to? “ .m«„fr.m, when tl„, can obl.in fbr ... I en.v.y . , lr- h* *F|dlcall».n III Frolavoir CIIAKI k> |,. <!Z.^*hjfologjS!;a‘S** S“ »—» ^'••b.f.r.l. . it* O. II . II,,U.|. .',i,.r.l ■> Kvrmuy Gaurtlr ] a “'I' WHEAlH._Wi.ai Indy or'g. ntVn.ao W'vwS wuultl friuoin uitilrr iIh* rur«u «»f n iliw^rtnii.i, i,r, n.h .«ttit-*U.V„ JAouora./ AWcl^toTiSuUI^T *oold nol only randrr It .w.a i but IravcUc ball, wMb- a. alal a.i.rt Wai.y Frraona do nol know II,air brrath la had. and IV >uUm ... ba^-ltolI7' LlrT'",'.7!l,a •wntlon II. four a Inal, dr.pnf alir iMllu UD your tooth bru»h mi.J wkJ. il_ im.ih ... a <**«*! MU* will U.t a year fr*.» bewmctt, mm ♦ n8iikr, - —- - _A/eut*. and all UruQrl<i« jf :I.«AUNU ***** -H,i jrour •f.avmy t>ru*h la alther warm or water, tw'ur <»n two or tor** Ji ■ ,,«wbM,M|L0, F,“*rr*»” rub «»»• beard Well am! a w»*U i.wke a Uautlfttl toft lather much fecllitatlny the op* ration ol *i,a rd... Price only Fifty Cent. Fatal,A Co . i^uLk i-to -_ bK.sxm. »»r>K> a I'lmiKM, __- - -. __A|tnl«, and all lirurtKti. ^ HI ' 1 FI ► t | « < i n 11 • i. i \ I«* N may ra. > “’"‘IA11** "/" A.wvr. •• li *.n ; . '■ 'A'’,,m" "•• ,k"*. .1 .1 . ... — .•- — (n . IiKSNITT. lam.- A milKH, ■!! *"••> a.- — „..i ,n tifAuiL. ww- WBWKl OAV1KS-I frdktobemy i,. ”*■*' , . ’ ' ' A " ‘•'"""'ll, t., n.r ,m, ary oi your IVn . A ! in’".* “*■ 7 1 f"r T"r” compialnta of Il.e Momarti an.l A*' * A-' ***r**"»k » l*» *la), ,|fo of the airuc, and •ucti a pain in my ha. k for Am day. and inyhta that I could c t I'.'’ A , , 1 A"',*",'1 * ** b*.in, „f ,h, -VefeUMr fain K .» r. I took a link* Inwardly, an.l baihrd accord Ii * to dlrectt, ... and ..n, appllca'lon haa retnoaed all lh, pain, and I am ahl, fc, wrim n. day, ihouyh with a irvn.hl,. < han l. K, application wZ mmta I .wl.i about VI ..VI., k. and I had a ,rj l,ZZ “ ,r‘r »r*r*' •• I baa. irav. Il.,| . <,,0.1 “n, !.! d!4c'lm.r,’t r* wb"» “ •'"» »- '• - co, „ * *"“r* rc-cfxl1). L. fF.Kkrrilll.lM, m»tt-i»cAwHw__nJ IU|»il-MJhurrh, Troy, Ohio. nlNPmi % CAN ill « I 1C I II. , le«| , A«rI*Uht Ok-1 k U. 8 II URrt.f Kr| .ft tentative* • 1 l»r n tjRkri |W ar Rlr I fre| R^pfcaw^io1mRk^k.la.wn Ilyap.p.,, | hat. hewn aid ..ltd f.,r ah.„i .,r,ol.,i, a,,,, . ,.. ,k ‘ ...ual allrndai-t trmp oana, yla : o«MI|itlk» ol thr baad. h. ad act.,, pain m lltr cheat, Ih.luU-nre, aridity ol I), .Imi.a. l. and a o'AdVITA.: V'm'Tl' A ",r 1 TV r,u*~..' ' bay, o^d »tiii.ua irm,.l,«a, baar v,n atr.n i„ ,na dirt, hot all t„ „ .3 porp.» laa„„< ,h, <»wua.ran Hot..., | p, *■“"7 i Vi' ImUIra, ai d hud lh, tai.l .«mplmu. all rr* i In 1 11 •• ">“fr >'i tb, rnjoymml ..f hralih Nona i wh“ h*’b1' tbr hortnra of n.. dl~ ,., ' ■ an at alk- appr.a.at. 11..- k al.., k.f U., m,dl. mr. U,-|M . Ifully youra. n I* rar.ia A*™ w» ..... iJZ. If... iroj^r. . II l.y Ih.lr aK, ,.u rarryuh.r. iual» drAwlw <11.1 III V II I AHId: I a Ml iko VI >1 ra . «,s 1 !',* '’0,'NT?‘ur"awpvK,t d-hc, i.M d'.'A., I >*• Cirroit t «>urt of llwitover, itriiiii.iinci >t on 11**- lit). ».r \iv, > ^ 'I'kr^»,U»I»*'“f JV" *% Fn ,,t 1,1 Bol'Milrl Win! «it) e'r*' '7'1 A *• *rtn..,d H,mrry .1, „.d' Rli.f laj uU. hi* Wile, win! lather*, the umhrv.jri.e*!. the ('outntiwaio !•».»»». ii iRlr, It nut, the Qr*t fmr *Uy thereafter, on i la* i .... whirl. MMol Meot d, llol.fr,II-1 dl. I owtaaal and rr.kl.d at |i“J ime of III* ||. wth. *itu«lei! In tin- County ol Hwilover ». || »|„. ... » fllAdlfr lh!l5.l!L5f" *"■ ,'rl"nr,n* “* ol the aat-t Ml. hal ThTUtidU.bied, y.lmkl.lraud .IralraW, Irprl I, ronlam. *|« hu.Hired win! twenty fl*r »f.rrai A(M| Wh, iur.h*r«l Hi V arm- l-.l-r. .-I°b. b,«t It la ala-ui rlrarn milaa north ..f It.. I.nn.nd tWaw Miol n half ink!' * ra*t of (lie Klrhumnd, Krrderkrkstuirw ami * V.R"." Rv7- ,b? "*“'C dlauncr Wrat „f i|„ \ „rUilm C. ntral RaU Ho ld About on, third of U,- trarl I. rlrar.d ,0,1 II* lllirl I„ .■.."Ik.in.i, Id, nf. ... roura, of a h„h autAnf In" pmTrmri.i A amall ala-ram runa nearly Ihri.uyh il„ run, r of ih, ;ra. l ..,, al,|H. l. .Iluan.l about Co ayrta of mead.,a land, an.l ai.,u» II., Wt.olr of whlrh ar, found bad. of axrrllcnt marl, vrry.-aay,!f neeea*. and which byrmr meot prnyta I. a,|| adanird i,Ah, liupr.-Trmrnl ..flba land T)n unrlrarrd land I. hraalllT w U III, |.la. , Tl.r t o ldinr- ronalal of a food fram- .1 dwrlllna iirwrly ii .w. cuntalnfi y at> nt I* n rootu* a rood klt<-!i«'ii ■ barn, a ataldr, rar.lada bnua,, and nth. r raqulaltr nul-hoiiaia pZ 77!A,' WJ, A JJ75? Inim.illataly (aarrpt ol |l,a houac. orchard'and rmnlrn. arl.lrh will I..- inalncd until tlw Oral o| January IS.-.T l and W"! e* *11 II- r,o,w prow.l-y on tbr l“7' ionalwl^ o7A " " * V'”.' *C,r*' t"*'"r »“*»«•■« . the oata on »l.no* 7, |V, ..r' iw’i.‘"l! A/" 00 «**’>“• «*■ »crr. of land TI-, alar,, yalua- l, 1 number, ui,n and women, and are I kely and 'IT, t'VV: r**h * ,,'rn"‘* tondl * credit of ala, twelve w l « /hirer) month* will he gWen, l!»e pun Urr eamitlrw ihrra* Uimt* <7 • i|iiwl wmount* for the imri ha»e awittey, each wSh v.hkJ r«iy’eUM ','!!!.ZZu,,Lr; unr. r,"l ,r ’l¥ ... •"« •<•!» twelve Month* aO* r d-nfe, an«l tlw irmaiinnf one rlwbteen mum ha ? ,7r r,rl,' "T"' C"rr»tn< ,filet eat from the day of aalr, and U.a title »o Ur retained until the whnl*- nnrchaee aior.ry i>atd <* W Hit'll A RltHON, t 1 ._ „ WIliUAM UOt'UUM, . vMttiiw onen. May Ift, 1IM. 1 |a N II - i« the injuiit-fIon awarded to Irijoin the tRle' ,,r ihr Juvva *“r ",r"a P K It E >| i* T 0 RV SALK nWiiW PRIVATR . Al.r *-lf n«t pri v >ou«!y »<»ld. <»f with I, u-iire will hr hnd hr ir 7i.hT"*fV ' ' * w,n <>frrcd on Wrdnnda/ ti.r l lih .lay or Juu<-i.. >1. at IV o’rh„k m., In front „ri|„ u.l' n!n\'luvi%mn'iVmu,,r!lbUr!’ «»■•' 7alual.tr e-tair r! m motile known aa "ling I.U.,,1 an.l lira Main," rnulaininy he rent i.?k pln*^’ *’“rh “,U lw*,‘,r l'inherrt| wilt, or.y inal growth of br!' « **"* 'ottn'T. Virginia, ahum Rye n.llaa I>L T J.i . «,7"- *"'■ ,roui the 'Main" by Hoy 1,1. ml hr* k. *»*••*I flffjr r*ir.|« w,.|«*, M9« t»r| Igcd of*r |f„. «,,|i gu « ft. - » rtty yelh.w or ftt.I.IU. tT.thrlt , |r.r of «U ui«J!I?d.SSi J*** l*4Hd« gr***! Inrrmnrd Improyt riM-ni Tfi* »•• *»«»• or m* R'lov Und li » t-avjr dark Mod with a rrlb>v . 1m f Mtiti.l Itioti. Mild Ml /trifl' d from four to mi thonaiiwd J.iindc of purr her.I. gr... ha, All Ho- ui.r.l, land no. embwnlJdMn.I Maily be (a,jalmrd aa that whirl, hat be. o Ru. h rrr lama lint, li raty, from Ihe fart that fhrre la nol a drop of running wai> r to that the only tMItnr, I. to the tide water without. The farm ha. on l aeyrral well, of n,„.i etrellanl wafer It.pr.alorllon. are Ihoaemnnnon In Tlrylnla. (la wheal, corn, I,.hue.... vegetable., and fruit Win, ..yard t„ e.g. t.hlea and fruit li I i t nl, nn doubt, to any land any where In O.U c. unity. lieana *nd lo oaioe. nroT.de i will, nopro.eetlo miyhi bare been gathered •ler. on lira IStho, Noeelhtgr lad The lalenr-a of the auluinn tarni.* .'"I’.'.Iir fiVT "''h'ni ln un.l.arly fnilta ao.l erg- tot,lea In ihe greater! protation fly. aptienia. idunta pearh. ., »,.plea, rh. rrlea. .,,.1 the I.*., ae area If eye, fall able iha •Huailun oflhe taiate make. All Ihe rlllca ol Ihe .. .hoar.l aortael Taewtf.rHw I .land and .. ctlnnof Main, Ane, two. and three year.. ,q tal ii.atalm .If. , for Ike timbered land, onrdhlrd will b* req need In hand, on all apprne. d rndoraed neyot able note* A ,dal oflhe land may la- urn it the mon-Inc r. oin of M.eara. T fr*M*T| , • "n *' ,VI’ t'Hurg Th* l«tid too. h of whi*h M w, II |« k. n o.rl .... will l« .how., hy Mr W T Doyly, rraiding on the plare. and |« rtona are Inellt.llo'eTtmlnr the tame. T. R KOItf RTROfl, malT' . ptda Raerulor of Win Robariuon I btfOr. fllHIIIVt AND ATTNACTIVI* A yi.rt or UMiry i>rp.~r immim, porcurh om.v uni Tiff kit iff Til ftp MAY -Tl.e Ira.ltet from M,e rotimry an.l thy cSfy •rr iiiv,t»d to Mtwiid *nd wr •uhl.th* hand«onir«t gu. <f« n, thr gwh Nwitwl ii.■* k*». uriccm, woncit 'I fiHi fin* 4 4 Pflotfd Mvn<, nt 4.1 j* r yard jrwr*f« r«ojr flu# n*w *fjr1<> rr*t.. h Ufa*, «t If u eU eh at 3ft rmta r l.0»*i I'r.nlfMl Lawn |irp«r«, of 9 fda , at fh» |uw nfir# At k I yf*"*' yard* WMln flirrl Organ a M Minl.m, «i [nl ,rfjl* f#rw h4f«<1«otf»* w lybaiyardaRtripcd, Plaid and Plyu.ed Rilke, al flee rent, m-r td - uwfal go««*la ^ 1 'T.l Mtial.n, of new .lylea, ft„, rotor. 1 rST^TmUm "* "■P'Oed OtrnvdUt' ke.ltfi S[ Rob**. »ery wire and |>relly 0.^1. r,"u,,cr’1 «nt—, ai Wuaarb-Oew and band Mu,< k aatea for rath, and amall profit. W"t'» ( a .IIVITKIN Oppoattcgf Ranh Iff » M l: A Tf rHfl:IKfl,l M F. < UF.ARI r|M. ft« . 1*0. am PaiIa , pa(*nt and |ilaln Ir* Cnain hyti /tMMt HMAM *"p",',r •»"»'"» * •opply laat to bund nndfcr aale low hy C. J RIWTflV A f t, ",?'® f'P" "I Ihe f'lrrular Raw, Tl Mam at IBINMINIe IMORRt uauortRI . w lflrh t« lb inebei for aab. by 0. i Rl NTON »f-f^^ Pi*1' nf Iba Clrrular Raw, J| Mam it *• TIKMITH JOW I.N. in Plrkl,. In prime ,.„tm • m * f landed, and for "ale low to , brae , oorlgnment hy W‘ > '** i. . _ wi wm« Mfi.i.ry, '",u f ornae Pearl and Cary alee •# « tl M TAI1F A to." (Hinpumr wfa f*.*nl yf *"**■ )RM tainted fr»u» Haare park el •h'p Pl|.n* Obiedrra, for aale al loweel New York nrlrea he ' RPt.nPN . Mll.l.PR ante Age..;, fo,Tu-taarcd. ' «or»ee frail and Cury dr., la ll11’’1 'j.* H,n *. •'•HHIkbkl It a lift I nipt Herring.; .^d In hole, Codflab Juut latnW and Me ate by yp.LtiPN A kill l.PR. _ Comer Pearl and flare 1 «leTk?T,°" HID. in Pnn-le.ma tar ■5'!—- HRVfHPfiirr, ai.i.rtf a ro. P*yJiS.» • *’ *** Vdmrmr Pa.lT, ?..«• Mudurl. Anna In Rwinrygnpy Mr aale I w b, HINT A RNftrilPR, tirym.a Ma .1 **'* ",M AH% ,,,M '«• Ip" band, tar * ilf“ 0»* OtrcwMr Haw, i I Malo Si.