Newspaper of The Sun, January 15, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated January 15, 1861 Page 1
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.L Iff" THE NEW YORK SUN. YnttlaW (UUt, gundftrt1 icptad, ftl th git IbiuiM. ' - a,n, it..... - - ..a iiin, viii-f tli" . 11 .i ii hi rai a, aaiixi Ufa livered In Sulwal I law to Nnr York CUT Mid Ttotnllr. at 8U AW) A QUA KTEK CENTS per week. tf When mil by mall, Four Dollars ft year. Clrcnlatloa 60.000 Copies per Day, TUB WEEKLY UN I published ftl TS cent pcr reer; 141 ntrsith, f 1: magi oopl, I null. Addrna"TllE Sl'N," Corner Nwwun ftnd ru'ton sts, Hew Tork. XfinOYJllltT-Fenilf. AirrrnciAL floweii makers wast. evnlrls t make ltn work. Apply Immediately UA. UiM'lN,MU.pfr4rt. lel48lll STEWAKDESS WANTED-A OOOD Chance ror ft wwmftn to visit lawjdnn, on ft ship fthnut ta .11 fur London I itslsml. A smart young woman, willing to serve ft Stewards, forafre peteae. rosy addrwat O. j. box T Baft otnce, ftftting when ftn Interview cftn to lift. 1141111 SERVANT. ?-FEMALE SERVANTS Wanted iw) dsv, In tond rtrnstlona i eved . oirla lately lambd wanesi. In said pieo. Mil small stria, atttvetar a' Ieit t.iteend Homo, enmla ted bv rw pftrublr U If. W Meveoth it, corn r Oth Jft9trTd SEWING MACIIINE-t-LAniEaTAUflllT t rp Tele on VT, heelt-r ft Wilson's Mrlnc machines in ell Itft branches end psrttculars. Term for toe lull rottle, t. Apply ftt M Eighth eve, 3d floor, b-1 Stth xtaotiirt. )linw SKWINO MACHINES-WANTED LADIES to l-tn to operate on Wheeler A Wilson's Improved eewln fnarriitiea. by n of the ldct erpertenoed pt raters In the city t taught ftU kinds of etltcldn, heiu rthie, frfllng, totrkln rtisfes, ftnd thnroufh niana utitof th eewtat machine perfectly, ftnd rennm niended to gnnd places for 91. 1 hoe wftutinii good .aerator esn tie supplied ftt 4 W Cftnftl it, over the store. d414a'18I JEWING MACHINE WANTED, LADIK3 J to Urn to operate on slnrer's. Wheeler A Wilson's -and other at wine machine, ftnd practice till eatliilled, 'U shop work, ftll Uie triivee ftnd over part learned per lrt, and rtvnminendid to plaeeft when learned , teroil fl, Aketppwlnitmarhtnf'elureftleftnd tolet ehean. t JIT Allen et, urar iKIaneer. dell itac'lM AGENT WANTED A l'EKON TO ACT ft wltoltrale A rent for new l.Vrent puhlleaUona, NM hr rlreillar Addreee MILLlhiTK PKfJtrOS, f lh.ti,ut ,t. I'hUadBlldllft. )lrii nV.W MANTED-EMn.OTMENT FOR ftll at rrftnt- male ftnd fernalo ludp should eall and aet hot rlaa eitn ittona lu private famlltf, hut la md boanllns hniiMe In cltr and rmiutrj N 11 I here " alwara vood plarra for alrl ftt thr ttitemiMonal Km. i ment oihcv, eAib IMvonw it, bear Cutre Market. lau via M AIX ANO IKMALE II KM OF AU, tittton WAiitMlto notlwttipf cn bwiltM wttb tTMt!tittlnn lu rvr rnpclt., y pl Lin WMN 'imit Pi'vpnin waTc, n, ii. n en rornnm -in. Itili itliiiiariUiUH, Javx4e'ivi Ol'l'ICIAId. AHO LVUAIi. OUN"n' CLEKK'S OFFICE, S Nrv Yrk. .Tn 0.t11 V utile nntloe U lierrtf lrrn lluk ou tS ITth dr of mtnurv IHtil, nlill pnxoJ todr p.iifUof Jurr i.rtt'f.ll..wtmt Ii.tIas toUhfld In rnj f..f the C.tf ii'l Cvunt 14 nw urtvoutUt 4ttt lo( iehraryt iwopum-liof 1"0 pftlt Juron each, for Supreme )iirt( ircuit, iit I tti a. Twopinln of ik ivtlt Juroff imu, fur ft Court of oramon I'Iom, iwrtu and V To 1'aiwi of - I'uta iurortetkCh,t'r t fljprlor miiTt jyrt i na z. ApniMlf.fBUitfHn(1.furonij li ft pnclof lftUYtlt rornjinr twin vi uucri r.ira. fur m I mrt i.l l..iiri H.iliiti HnrMi -VT''-. .. UVH... ...--.- JOHN I I.ANCV, t lera. 0IS6OI.UTIUN Tin: COrAUrNEIUHI.' hen tolore xintinn undtr the name of J. IXiHEI Mini, la tnia day niMoivru, nr muitiai e i iui n ork. Jan. let, 11. J. (KilILN HMU'll. D.VVlil iLJj. i lie unui rM(uei wm eoutmue tni aiii, tun r lid etder bnelneiw, on hit Own arconnt, nl Si l) wdwftr. Kew tork, Jao.1, l9bL UAVlUlliXU JU3 alU . THE MATTER OF CoNTINUINO THK u' of the ropartw nhlp name of I'llKLI'S Ihiii ,H Compan t Ity aud Count cf Niw York. TUti un- wlinied, eontlnulne the nee of the eop-tU''rah!p u unft fllti.nSUUlHlEJompanf, h rebr nltr and !ar.' that the foUoaiiie are tin nam ft ftnd pltcee of HMleof the pnrjone deallne nnder rnrh eopartn'rthlp ante, to wit 1IANIKL JAlltJ, III LIirpU KnflaniL 'll.I.tAM r. iHllh.f-.IAMM SlDKfj. WlLLlAH MllIK.Innlr, D.WlLUt JAMU ftnd AN) ' l'llk.U1lsluk:U,ftll lo the city of New Yoik , t thilr principal place of biuiiHwa la the cltr ol N.-w 1 rk, ftnd thftt thee ronttnue to hare bu'tneoi r htlona Ul lereuft onuuineei ana iaat earn Aai'. u. I am ttewmo, brfnre me eame W m n uoihin, VMM BlIlKrJl, WIUJAM K. I )')!( I M. -liinlor. WILLIS jamiui ana a.ibu.1 u. nif.i. o rOKl.S, aU known to roe to be lodleldnaU da r&ed in ftud who fiecnted the foreffolnii ocrtltirate, idftCTerallr ftcknowledjred that thee executoil the tin. Andfliaealdlt WILLIS JAMM ftlaa neknow. Ilfid) before me that lift eiecited th earn ( the act 4iMdof I1ANU.L JAMktt, ftl therein deMrlhad, ef wtrtiieotftpieerof ftttnroer dulr emeeuted br ttoft MIA Xoorded ill ilia ottice ut tlie lleeWWr of the Cltr ftnd Vnty of Nw York. JOHN J. LirriNil, N Jftj 'IUIIIM,Jle.ln,, ... ..--, -. .11C. Ja " w lOriCE'IHE COIXECrOROF TAXES .1 lor tin t"wu of Weetouaeler, lneludln the y11Im fnCn fort. Wakefield and llllntllle. Noa. 1 ftiid'A fuf be at 1 inderrfonk'a, eor. Orand and Clinton et. o '4 ada, .lau'i l.'lli. I.tweu the hiurjof M o'clock n. and 4 o'clock p. in, fur th'pirp-worrwlvlii the ment of uih tana. W. U. UENSIIN, Uolluct.. 11 U-1J4. Tiilll'1- THE COPARTNEUSlIir HERK- i tofc.re cii-tiii nndi-r the firm uamiof .1 U. VVIS'IN Al'n. haa been thla dar dLeulrod hr nu- .' eoliernt .1.1' HAMiN oulir, U ;ithorll H lid and dichr, all claim, ana iiinimeaiira. ouo f.t brni. .1 O. iliH1.i H. HI8I1M N.w rk,Ju I'M-.l. .1 l". 1'WHilN wllleiiitinuil the km, at the uuie plaoe, No. iX BeTeiitli ae. jalftU'llK rOTICE TO CONTRACTORS -OFKICB of Hackenwek and New York Kallroad tViuipanr, kelieack, Ih r,i n JuiD.te, N. Jerair. Jan. loth, IS, I. r lUnllo r. lvl until thft li th tiut , for rai. aitriHtlilll' .taldi, throuifh the Tlllaneofllack. 4M-k, 1 mile tn IVneth. For partlcnlan, In'pilre or l. ACivUUtOS l'rcet. Jala'!" AXES -THE COLLECTORS OK TAXEi lur thii towiu of Morrlaaula aud Wcat Farma, wll III artendance at the Weatcheotcr llou-e eomer of eery and Hroonte at , on Monder, Jail 14th, an I on rr aucceedtiiir Mouday uiwil further notlc to r-olee tw on ftll Tlllaaee lu eald town.. II. M. CHaVrS, -rUaliia,CllAd. JENMNOla, Waat Farn Coll;wt- ja Id 4111 HE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ME cbanlc Mtulim Aiaoolatlon. ara herebr notified that Ur lrunt.a have made the eeeond and Anal dividend ha balance of eat. In their hand., parable on pre Utlnnof tliencrl4 at the olhce of the Treaaurer, litllal. WAT KiS, 1., Wi Water amor.. I.-ff 'r. A. W. MKTCALr', r'r. J' ""1 lACBXXtm,Y, Stc VICE'S Aljn;FRICTION MACHINE, run i . iiii. riir.Ajvi.u, AMI HtKrWIN IRON, iui, UK MiNtr IrHi'lKNT, rAJDNOMfCKI. ANO .AlMlKHAVINtt MAC111NEM IN THK WORLD. . rietlon u all but done ewer with, next to do oil I. re. at-ed in runnlnif them f and no repair, era needed for (re the laraevt machine rwliiir le. than one horaft itvr for Hhearinii and punching Irou. to one Ineh In kZkneee, with no penentahle enbrt, dolus the work In i meet amooth and perfeet raauner. Vaf rwnw to thft laraeet and moat aooeeeafiit eatahllah. .Tustntheeouutrr, to learn tha ralneof the various 'dbiaea made onder DICK'S FA TENT, each as 'tm it llawarr, Trenton, N. J.tCouiiti T.n. ft O ; FrovldenM, K.I.I J.HtW.W, Ciaaai l ran, rlsenr A Co , New York l WrtanoTTi Km mu xii, Detroit, Mich, t Uoluwb Ail Faoroftr, Villln- e, Ct4 and many other. In New York, New Enoland, inla, llllnnie, (lennlft, Ohio, aie., Ac, mane of wih after u.lii them for two or three rear,, say they 'Id uot h without them for three or roar tlmue ttielr , and otht ra aay that in compariaon with any other cldnea k nown to them, that tliey pft for their ooet lu rr all montli.' ue, llordira pnoidly attonlod to, and ftll Informatlou m " rrrrvr.Na brother a en. 80LK AliENIt), tti FEAKI. tJ rRf-KT, rftl4 NEW YORK. EHICH METALLIC rAINT-THE UN. dentin wid, asenta for thla Invsluable paint, ftre pre- ed to aiipplr the lanra daaa dealer, at tha loweal nfactiirer-s prleea. They warrant the ftrtlela to be rior to ftnv sold In this mftrket, betns fully To per k metal; for preserving. Iron and other roioala. and d and rauvaaa It has no dual. Hrk-k bulldlnia ited wwhftne rest of thla paint will be kept perfect- rv lor many years-t about ftn-thlr4 to prloeof 1 leedit la worth vaetly tut tor all audi purposes. grtVEMOIHOTllmAOO., S tTIia IKi Fearl at. New York. EW YORK MACXHSIEBT DEPOT. NTFAtn I KIK and liEAI.klW in ftvery deaerln. of STATION. A KYftnd FOBTAHI.K STEAM F .fSandlhULKlW, WOODWOKniTI FLANERS, all other Wooo WnKlwi MaoHiwsa. I ATHFtt, FLANKRK, DKILM. Tlth all otlier artlclea neadful In Maehls Shop, IXmf ABLE WALES BEATVARIETT, fAnd man ether Tfttnftbl Artlclee. Arna 'EW TORK MACHTJTEttY DEPOT. rncTKNs BROTHER CO., very tUserlptton oeUtlmary and pirUble , Ineai enirln ftnd aajU UUura, power ftud hand plan, drub, iftar wistbu mftohiaai, bolt euthw mvrtia an4 tausulnf lehlnea, AW 1 ftlaft aircular ftnd op- ttwwi?amtirzzi 4am, StrtlT jVEHftOIVJJL IVOTICBS; J )UNTY LAND-S0LDIEB3V SAILOBS', enrnar rfChaaaben iU CkfttUm streets. 4lwMril, "' rtlrahlpfrmU,,',' N, Vatk, .Unjarr lt, ill. wk 4 DOIK1IA DANIEL JkkA in-r l. rf Mm,-Jr. I. WILLIS JAM E8,AVONtl.PHEt.W 4.'KU. !lty ail County of New York, mi On the Ifith Henr.laniiare. onahAMtand eleht h.indred and ll.I.H THE NUMBER 8898 FINANCIAL, &c. Ntrvr TORK, M injft, Jan. 14. BwtVa with mnderfttti sales are lower. Erie rwi ftU ciirptlon lo Hit grnent rule, nates of near! tiara niitl ulutren, comnietKlniiol J7,V auj going op U -"V 4 the ctoet, T( higher tl.au nl the Sewud Donrd on Sitnrtlay, la Ihuik shirks tmt one email nit was tmxle. There v. ere aalee of 0"Vfmnieiil tres of ltCfi, ftt 1.V, ftrxl cf 1T1 coiiru ftt 91. For fires of 1ST i, 93 was oflerftl und Vft ftaked, u,l f,r sixes of Kt, M tlit. A sale rf 11 er cent. Treasury inca was ma.l ftt IV lerieLl. piulum. gut eVaks were heavy. In Kllr.l IxuJs bnt lilt wa Joun, Tliere la but lilile change In ruurr rate. Th lance for nretJftas Mils Is t 10 Per cent .with ftt. cei'llcnat trftiinittlous at J 1. The exchange on Lwdn Is derlilnl'j firmer. The Inislume for Ws.1. neftlaj's etcamcr epens at lOf. m Ua). Franc ftre 61R.35,V. At ft meeting of Itwk officer ftirl dinc'onof mv nrrtxl luetilutiitia, held ftt the Ilmk f CMDimerce on cVilnritujr. thai nuloo-liig re1utu'HK were -lo tod ; j-vajref. That thla UKv-tinj lnirus with gre.it aat-lefticth-n the ntfmlntnient Juet ami,mi'eil of the II in. ,l,ihn A. lix sa Bwrekiry nf th Treaenry of thft Vliit.il gbttee, lllevuu, Irmi th well kn.mii nliill. ty, lull itrllr, ami hmiurable char. ter of this gmtle man his JeTi-ttcei ti) th I'lilon, aial tils Irti'rniln.w turn to maiutaln th lawa Ihnt thft chanire th'ia ef ftite.1 will ineplre thnMigleml tli cnfiimunilr In rrciMeil cia.fi.UiH' lu the ntliuinletratUai of that de rtmciit mill In the elatilHtr of the government. J;,m1i.l. Thntwe will hie. I nl this pla, e on Fri ihiy lLV.t,atajeoMiiik, ftml lu the meantime will fiifir with Ihe t.irl f onr rrewi'tive liWitutUnM, Mel ibtimiinelhorftte if Iniurcwl at whh'h we will 111 lor lhl'n.lJieueof I'uiled 8t ites Trensurj II 4 .. The tmiVs abut thewck with ft atmntrrT ' nverage than at any lime sine 14. The C .'Iforum It mine ol the N'eth 8tir, no-1 the II ,l.U g.i.,1 lj Ihe Anwrlm, liffln tn roiinl I uliy, a,, that the a, tu J ft.a'.le iceirvpof the rltr la rew little sluul of ill., lain iui 'iid'ng tl e eiiUtrift.nrjr. Th hmia of ic'lilike. Irt-o-lctiveilhe la.ne of t-vi.liry n ilea, fteu Ullini'tlT, the heavy iMVnienH .4 the atr. forv 11 1 1 k .iti-r hirvely nlie.Ml ol new engiveuu nts. mini x acoinmralive tst ilemi ut of the liniirta of tirini dry giaals at New Yoik for th wiik an 1 siuor Juiiuary 1 1 1K. 14.11. T.4aI fr the week tUUa,14 A,4:ii,rrt9 FnTi.ewly r. ..rlil 1.43'.1,M1 l,iJl,5 8 ue j.in. I j i,(,i7,; j j K'li'i.ui Dun rii-a -He (Mihitrd Fir lnaiimnoe 0 ha de. ,re, n iliT.dciid of thrte Mr cent, iny ible ou the IMI in-t. The At'inth MTill Iluikhaa dn hired ft diThlen 1 of n 1. r cent. uii all amne deioaile,, iinlr f-eii, and five Jer ci nt. iijm auuia over th .1 amount, lay ble this tiioi.lh. 8TO( K EXCHANGE SALEft-FTItST nOUlft. .wni X .rl.oa, ... tu M Erie It ! STV ii r.rt. r. -ii.ti, iij (li ill a.i 84 Pint Ilea. 11 r...iil",' i N C TIS fefl Uftl. Is fH tnoO do el iwm Vn. r.s T4 loom Ti 1111. lie "."I. , Tl 1'KI li...atk 3V li) 'I 1. .atk TV M .1. sai,- hl) llul. K. K.... 4d I'M d.) 41V Sit Hirlem lref... S4 d STV .MINI M. l',e r.T ml F.rtn It Its. "IS M m. vut. 11 iV 1 It l"a. l llild.S.1 M.... WV 8'M ,, 1,4 neii Mun. : p c. v, 101, uoftvmut it, .nan avf l M.S. id Mo... hi . di ,,.84 K Hui. A lit. .?. on N . C. M 13 Ifl nki L E. A W. 1 M CI 10aOU.ll. AU.Kp.c M A Ilk. Auiill....10iltf 11 raclfl.'M. 8.... lil d sV HIO N. Y. On. K... TI .In ell) l". 41 do TO'.' .111 do T0 inii di , ..ICO Ji'.'t Kl 111. rn. II. Sp. 1X tlO fiftl. A Chi. It., M Jill do 4(f ai di M3T in d.. ..... 3IV o;rt Mich. Ceiw It . . N M M.S. A N. Ii 14V Vi M. 8. A N. Ia.g 83 100 Cle. A T.l. K.. aitf V di JV Till) d 81 4.x) d 81 SJ S'K) d 31,V lChl. K.I. n.... M ire) do ...,h3l) MV f"), d WV inn ,1 14 Mi; 109 V slOU.V im Mil. A Mlaa. K. 11X SECOND BOARD. ' r.F.h's, Tl.c). 4 h M. S. A N. I., 14V 5K Treft. 11 p.e.le?V 151 (jftl. A Chi. H... KK IXHiOKy.na "'W 4un A. .MM lfmni'ul. T HTH lx .... law 01V WIKI M..na G.tf fill M.S. A K.Jg J 1014) do CA l d. nu M UL Cen. K.8P. TTV l.Vl d aSO TO M do .. ,UA T7V M do 14 lOKk) N.Y. Tea, tV..llen Haai N.J.Ceu. lM.l'i-J ltiam V A N.W. 1 M 4J Tiai N. Y. C.11.K.. TIV 10 trio R 8-.14 M do. ..alftk Six M do eft 8ls; lsn Harlem R 4(IV 11 Harlem K. IT . i'H 411 Keudliur It 8'J lift Mull. i'rn. K.. M fa) do. ,IMV 31 ih a30 MJk, 13n CI. A Tol. R.. 81 die) 41HI 1DII hi a) 31V do ....Llh 3d do ai) 31 'i do ., .tell) 8.1 V A K, I. ...64 di ,MV d.i ..MOM'; dJ. ... W,V IK) fa) Chi M M 1D0 STOCK FLLCTl'ATION.4. Tl la tol ile la divlvcl hy onnpftrLmn of the Find lewiil wiles cm h da y 1 AiTaai yn. o'i.iMn. tll.T Vr'c v' Vrc KimK S' .4 M.i. .. . . .. F.ri II.. ;;.... I ., PvHoll. r) . . S' ,. N.Y Cen. K . '.' .1 fie. A T.l R .1', .. Harlem R. IT.. It, .. till. II. At) II. ,V .. Mich. (V11. R ..1 M.8.AN Ilg.1 . III. On. R. 8i.lV .1 Oil. A Chi. It.. ', ,, fill. A It I. It .. Mil. A I..M, It 4 Iionicfttlc .Uarkrtft. Mmf, Jju. 14 1 T. V. Flora. A. Th flmr market opened with hold, era gi nrrally IikMiiut nprei slight mlrali 'e, l.nt at Ihecloeeof 'Chau4,'e, there was diapoffltion litaul feeted tn ac-oe prevLiue 4-lcea, while the deinin I, loth torexivirt and hoiuo oujwumtdlon, wai iiiute liinlte.l. Hales l ion 14,'s. ftt ft-t SI) n 41 fir a.iperdue aide j th (a) 3 lib for extra atula $A 80 ft $.t 4') f ir aiper. fine Wietem f."a$uri (r cniru.ni to me.ium rxtm Wteni j end ik. IS a in 00 for ahiMiiui lirn.la eitm pmivl II op Ohio. The market il.eriiu Miliar lnoiea.il veal about the price current of Uttniday lat. For Bmthern flour the demand Is fair ftud the mar ket la shade firmer, with aalra I'lOO this, at $. " it 10 for coiumou; und t) KJu)T 60 for fancy mid et trft. Cajifulftit flour is etieuly with ft moderate Inquiry! aalea Sou U.U. ul ti Cat! W fur co.umuii to luow ext ft. Rye flmir Is quirt with smft'.I sales at 3 3fto4 IS (, common to choice suneiflne. Corn rnoal Is alemly ut it 10 for Jersey and f 1 Mla3 hA for llraulywlne. fiaiia-The Wliiul market la lilfls luer, with n im.len.ie eiirt demand: sales Tii.ono bunh. ftt 1 SH..1 X for Chicago Sprliig: il Bo for Milwau kee Cluhi tl 81al 81 for Amher Wlaorniain and I.rws. 1 88 for fuimla Club: 1 Siial 84 f,,r Winter Rrl Werterui Jl 85 for poor wult Ollforiuft, aud 11 Mlftl-A for white Michigan. R) I quiet ftt TSaTfln. ltarley (a dull, and nouilnftjly nnchanged. In com there Is not a great deal doing an I the mar, ket Is without malarial change. Bilea ll.irx) Innh, III (ir mixed Western lu store t 1im"iiKa. deliv ered t T"V-'- at the ralli.akl de,t, TV. lor new rVnithrni yellow, aud lie. lor wld weevil tut whit Southern. In mta there I only ft limited builnea duln ftt It ft3Tc. I.r Weeieru, CauaU ftnd aUU. Cnrriw Th market continues steady with ft mor aiXive demand. Since our last, the aalea have been l.tiUhaga Bio at 1 la 13c. i lCbu bags iAfuayr ftt 13V13o., ami ICO mats Java kt Iflo, Liuft.R.Kklftnd la flnner for coramon ftt SOc.j Lamp Is quiet and nominal at 86c, Ki' x The market la quiet end firm, with ilea of S!a ka. at 3,ta4 Vo caah. Tauow I. Ann, with fair dtiuand sales of , OdO His. prime city at tKalOv. Sooix.--The market la ateftdy, with only (very llmlteil huslneiw doing i aalea since our hut, 11 hhda. Cut at uVaoo.i bo hbda. New Or leant at b V ; aiei i.i uosea Havana ftl 1C. ilinn. We notice, aalea U 8,100 OllOnla, 13 lbs., ftl 11 Vc nina i l.hbO rurto Cahello ! liJic, a moe, and 1,000 Orinoco on private terma. Moi.taara Is In falrdemanil tw New Orleans, with idea of I'M! I4jIs. (4 8oa8v lltr-I.flrmaiKl steady, with innderat aal.a at Dhcntl id C r mail lots. FiuviaiftKft The Pork mrVel Is quiet and steady, hh sale 801) Ltukfttlll llell at. lur uftss,u4 lal8 It t.r prime. The lleef inarlut Is quiet and unchanged, with sales 100 14.1a. ftt $4 rwA for eoimlry prime: 3 T3ft 8 K for country lues; tal0 fir repacked meas, and itlualn ho lor extra meas. Prime Mess Ileei I dull ftikl nominal. Beef Hams re firm with aalea of W bhls. at Sllall for sUU aud wfthteru. Cut meat sre nulrt mid unchanged ftt t-'iKftCu. tW ShouMer and ixH lor llama. Dft oml In fair mjuset with sales 100 boze clly long clear middles ou private term. n-'said Hogs r firmer t TTV. for corn fed. I.lvs n m are letter M Ac. J or Lard Ihe market la quiet and firm with sale tibia. moValOV:. Dialer Is aelllng at 1014 fbr Ohio, lud liaM for BlftU. ChaeeeUeteadyatftrloXo. A aims Th nuu-ket Is qulel ftiid steady, with tale SO bbl. at f tor Fid and Pearls. Cottok Th marks! I quiet, inj pric)i nouiluilly lira hanged. WmnI la only limited request, end th aw. hat la heavy, with aalea 800 Mils, at ltjtfc, Tfca TtM Mte. Tha following U on of ft aerie of resolution wklih the Ohio Senate. Anil House Adopted on Saturday . JhwoleM. Thai wa ball with lo th Meant Uvea. dlrntlad ftnd pftirUtt special misssg at lb PreeW donl th United Stalaa i lb the entire power ftnd resources uf Ohio ftr hereby pledgwd whansver n eeeeery and cUraau4d tor tka suauitsnanue, under Mrt.'t BIltHwdinatloa tO th Civil authorilv. of tha ICnuAltctlon ftud law of th (ensral fovtrnmsuL by mI,IM,IMI.M,W .lll.ll.llrfM.,ll i w. THE NEW YORK SUN. TUESDAY KUBIHINO, JAHUART 15, Idol- VmXfn tMrrrt TrnytT MttM HaianUy. rr no tlr h Kjithy of -h mtlng m Utft cmlt of ih yountf ftr prayer. 714 foUowWrf U ouft ftnktig binny fil)lif kluJ t " Ifii'PLri.rftrtft VI ... l(Hh. WU Mf Pvi lUrrmvir- -.A tlrr llul iUugliirf u.-r ty ftigbl ywn-i otJ, ftud ft bvu lu hta UnlNyMr, hAJIMii ry ftnxloiift tr Iwnpt Ihtft wikii.ihii I ulnuU wrllei-ilh Fulbm ntnvl grayer niaWHiitj,. ftuJ Hnk l-rmjr fvr ilirnit TbcyLftT Cr ig linvft l(t, drfly InlffrfriM In thft rqnrU of th prnyfr rorilititf glfftn fnnu wk l wwk. 1 will fftva yu ili Inii Juglitrn roiumt lu ht-r m wnlit. Ak Ihnn l pny fftvnuly, ftifl to y )) pruning ur.til we rtj onvrrVst, for w winU ti lt ClirUtlfUiii imw. r ftrt In dop ftfrtirlloa A UIotM matt, 14 yfftrs o(J, hlpcn Ukeu from m. In ft iihw. mtdalcu bu1 myntrlotw imUaiMT. 1I tiiirl to rmt, m wm nn4M, In bin uttial hmlth,'Ul wm finntJ tm.l In bU tsl in tlit mwn.iitf. Il wm ft iptj ti'llgUxu t UilJ, ftud ll tflvo tut frtwl iXinforl t' Wk ovrr ihe et UleiHtM he jpo un of ft iftnctifled hftirt lu cwrty rliiltlhrj, A M mi i4i n IlALnyotft nt.y In U. lucctln,; that h li.-l InintiJ u uuittwn)ftini oll,whi hftd l-NUtLeJ'-y pf ler lrirt tuid whi lul drTtf 1 hlm mtll In tin pnl lu.UaHlry. Slift uw wnUs k fug lrrm Ur the coiivrrnion of ft m ittirU'cu ypftn f ngf, tb be may tried Mil bn-tln-r pi ice. It) ft! lliciMfrtily uf ctitaiitfe f bofttt, ftihlbv-wnkni tin Vt Jom lilm In t.) lutf tiii b tiifty lw pour it'll, ltm alr, fl'.nn ji'iim uf ft r 11 f l-e rf m '.i..Hr nl 'r., 8li' .'i4-.l with ii.yiiiA', "Willi h1 J' J I rrntl frtciy wwk Iho tvoniiiUti( iwfTi i pruyer tiuiili In ytr m.d-tt. M-y tbc Li-nl mih it is ! Biutwrr. i;. fur tl f ,lw, ftU "r o-ir Innt, M rvur tlio wild. ll -- d lh.il lift Lrd iumI ituniumtl to Ii4i tl mi ln Mwn in Ji)w, ftivd t rurntf tliMi wlio ctii the .tewi. 8 mw ft mpM wpm ntciillon lit. Hit wai( llmt ii id luvd let ii f tUftil to Uh ;irm 1-nn. i tva4ritil t irny !r thu ci.viiiLinorthj Jtmi. n thlmlity. of the work uf pr.yi'r. PTor tho wl..'!CI.rihinui world. I ulto.i irrct l'ryrr Mrrt'nir, .MiMHlity 'llH-ca-vpuMUbiTil in tlio.Sr nf worn in who ftktd fr pr.cr. Iwlu lu urvfti tiiujKrnl u J j utn ft' dii4rtw, wjm nfrrrtMl t. A prmU mtn, whi 11 th tiittliiii ii the dty hfti n t ip putted pni)fr jUitl, th.t iewl'id.y Iih vinti,! luraitl fmd I rt fii'y n(f ffrint h ft -f tu'ul. IN ftuml hir MHiitf bit vlill'lnii, ntvl m joyli.) tli.it nh c mid u4 kMp fmiu fj-t-ukuvi iA brr jy cMitinnitly to ihi in. I iitil troiiMftritit nhft wni pnxil mil lifted V H it Ihe hnir-l ..f the lyml hitl Ihiii 1 ' 1 u;u h(Tlllthntllk'll.riit, ftudhltft liftd fc!t rrproVrtd fttll hiimlihl Bhe uw fflnw gd Midenw ilut alio Ium boooaie a cbrtitiUviu rln ,nriti$ Yoivj .lfiit, rntlomiu Hid thftt MhftiMlAThi the iitoptlug, Ihe otlwT d.y, ft yountf nwvu f'th.wrvj btru iut, liMn; (tii)tk ftitlt biro Hf wm luft very inlierftbloiuil ftuinm etuff inind. lie hfttl emit n rnrte t tie l-tvlei- dtak9 ftakiiiK that be uilfihl be prayelfT. Dut he bftl ut brftrd it read, lift fo't dtn.p'iiiVo., aji I htt thftt be tnlirht at ill l-fl rememliernU doilrol mn, c.iilli.ud tht gfutWmau, V oiuft Lerft ftiid l-ofrUiiJly pr3ut U - f r prater. Affair la Charleefan. MotwiltuiUuilinif, IIm nun letters fr m Cliar lleton.fetatliui th clly to l really In thehftn.Uoa tools and the ouncMrrent teatiniieu. mauy peiiua reonilly re4urued sum ther, much d.nil4 has lieen thenarn ni. n th r1ia141lty of the lnf.irin.itlon. Kr id.'ieei 111 truth are, however, multlpljlur, aul It aiMara (nan Ihe onrreeiiuilenl itlie Ihni.'U Jbsf, wholahlmarlfiidisunlonlst, that efforta ara being made to remove Guy, Fiixxxa, ii make Mom fur amne moro pliable UietTumenl, lleaayst It It certainly a rerjr unfortunate thins for South Csrolinn, at this eventful perM or her liiuttiry, tint aim i-houtd Imvra, (iotrrnnr who ac'ins'tu Kive audi icefiiTul .iwaatisfUcl! Ilia orders to tlin military in many caw lure lx-.ii rnntradictory und h.ifllinc tn smli an extent tliut I hey are highly Indignant. The Palmetto (iimrils who were" onlcrpd nut U-t WMneftilny, wero remauiled, aaemhleil a?.iiti, und ro-rrnuunlii.1, and fliutly dinhn.l.Kt and sent to their luiiue to await further orders. Smli rent -nl la very nro okimr to I hoan ho are an v. 1 ions aiul eager to diatinuieh themu'ltivi, and only a.k lor real work, n.l It makes no frleivls fur 'It author. Th military olhVrri are several of them ftcani'Iy on epcjiklnif terms tilt Ii the Governor. Ar an In'tnnrenf l.vl niinirnient Uike lh!t: FiTt Moullriowas under tha command of Col. I)k Su.'.uii-, who wta earn inu on qui otly tlieall'alra therein, when Mxlor Duxnv lir an. ,!.. I.ia mwmn . .,. fa..... I,a J I.... ...... .'..!. i.Mnun ,.. i-.-,,a,,, ,- i',.i , ,i , ,,iv,- inr, Willi his appoint in. fit as fuiere.liuK Col. Dk Stt'4 hi iik. Tho Utter front louiir knowing llmt UrxoVAiT was an ohier nun.yieMol, aupiweliiu; that the Covvri.nr had soniu ood reason tut doirlly arriiee Major Kiri.Kr, lut intc lpn nrw iuUid over lejtli tn take the iiinim tn I. 1 his vs.i too inmb. Dk Hauaai'itK donvtiided an ex.. ilinafhin, and the Uovemor, a It is averted, though it fnn Ineredll.le, excuana liimvlf on ihe ground that IwfuryiA that he hail apixiintiil liim. It Is tid l.y anina that tlm Governor will he n-.iuei.led to resign. Meti wonder now why h win Iiom'II, saynii; th'tt no irrent rontMcnce had ever Isien phwcl In hla ahility, 8 ruiu the stream of tulk. One, 4" the dreams of tho seocaHloiilabi U dispo'.le 1, aprs fiom the bwllm'Siy of the aaiue corrca- saaloiil Tha collection of I'utles goi on at lief ire, an.l It Is said now that It will not do it all to make Charleston a free mrr, aa protioKcd hy tho ecec eionlsis, Thol.urdeu of ilirii t taxation would Ik Iisi onerous for the Mule lo Imur, This I not innetent lo yet pulln ly said, but thnae who are ronpetent to ju.i:i. eiuic it as uiuiouiiKuiy true, ThUiutsun uitirtly ih w f.u on matter. The'taxes fif thtsiltv are nulla Iuulvw now. 1 ex li ciirrhit;, of uli.ilocr kin I, hur,-, do,., and nri;ni tailing lor ft'iuiiioiini tux. ine lax on nenrocs has Len J .r head. If tliisalononhou, rise, as soine fear, In flu or til, it will l-n nrj rely felt. Tl e H-mton rrmr"ey, of ihe tlth, snysi W uudi rilniid from a centlem in Just nr'lveil nm Ch irh "ton, th it when ha left thu whit "nrklnif s.pla were rat Mint a 111 tie Impatient at the delay experienced in achieving the Meiaing which they bay been promised under th new aid indea.ndeiit aoyereiirnty. The reliellion ha toiirwd liuaineaa, they are on t of work, inomy is Kitting scarce, and th future to them tut rather dubious appearance. The present. in th city of (uch large bodies of troop has the effect to enhance the price of provisions, a fact not at all relialied ly tha lower i laaees, whojutve liorne the principal rt of the lalior in prejatrlng for the dfenc of th city. A Wealiingtou dlspftlch In th KvniiyiliM says'i Private letter recelvv.1 Imre rejiort that th ae.eei.ion aeniiment is rapiniy diminiening under llw odium w. hk ll is treated ,y forcel loftiu and starvation. rTl This may atiouut fur the let-alone policy which Is now teiniiorarily ailoptcd. The tteinpt t revolution has Uen found to l so suicidal llmt th mover ami aU'ttors are gelling heartily sick of the sxp. rienee. In a little while morn, and tlm alone would lie found a effective In roetorlng order aa a battery of guns; neverthe lete, the glint must not lie neglecbsd. KaallaJi Hympatky far HUyery. 8aking of Amir-Keow, th fugitive ilve claimnl under th extradition treaty, and th probability of bis recu at th hand of a mob, Inthe erent of hi lurrender, the London Tim" Ti i W eiiii) there will I hardly a manlrCEiur laui who will not hnp8rthe auorres svennlhls forcllil Veeciie, If things com to that axlremity, Th 4 prnUbl lu stnr at this erlal of aouthern faaatldsm lor a slsve who not nuy yen away, but killed the wblM plaster who attewi),! lo arrest him, la loo shocking In think nf, and yet Ihe Mlsiiourl agents may establish their ease. The truth la thftt aucn eompltosllcaia mual tor ever li onutlngenl Unu luatltutlou Ilk that of Slavery, Wherever ftn tiiatltulton Is at varlane In lla very eeeenr with th moral Inatlnota of our nature, lb aotagonlsm thu created will prrd v ry cniaetion oouosrulng 11. All xcrl slaveholders will Judg thla caa by leellngs which they will plaoft above th law. The may mil carry their eonvle. tlus loth length ol breaking th law, but tu that, naaruthay will eoialemn II, ftnd wm ymainit aadth llw (dTender. Thla Is ft oounkd of laws, which can imvst b ItnalnaWd by ftuy poluioal eurnprorala or legal adjustment. It must prevail ft long ft slave- ) Ha,ftl lai titmr aaraiaiaiwa Hamuwl rvvwafirax 1 1 4srllhlllt MUI. I mad. u.ln klnh knwunl.J ' r.h.1. NUura aiw4 I law ara Iherafla-s lorued into eolllalnn, and under re,h .. . ... ... wu.aa.wji.vj iwpwaoeoaii o nisiaiiay eapavaou. NEW YOKK. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1801. the Iw f TrUMa and MbmrkMa mt TYesuean. The Gbajid Jmit DrsTRtitTKn to mn Bills AUAI.1ST rAltTIR Amtna axii AnmiMO Tiir SRifwatrxtrrs. Teelcrilay. pursuant Unotlcr, tliGrnUurj' M Ih luilcd Suites Circuit Court Klteui led si twelve o'ch-vk hi hear what th Court lied to liutruit thtia on. The Jurors having trnwinj to their names. Judge 8ai i tn adJrrsaed tkem a Mowi : GrtJx!i or tu tiasn,tr TheConrtha requested your alleulance this eiorultig lu order to call your altaiitiou ftml gtv you emue Instruction. Is. relsll.ni IO(r mies whhh have loiv Iwrni uuknowu In 'ur hitherto laacrful mid lteppy iwinlry, which, tir .ore than filly years the fnlersl toiirta have not b. eu called up. n to Investigate, and 4ilch are, there f.'te, very ln.Htlnlly uu,iereto.t In th comuuui ly. T.l one ol them i the bigheel crlnn lusrwotothe lav., Iiianyilvilltedcounlryi ll is thai of high tre. eou. K.eiil iwiiuful events make 11 th duly of the nmrts to di flue lo you what coiulilutr theoffen., and e'en what ceiKtiiiiiee tl e teeeer iTlm id" niispri. aou (lrrua.iu, that you may luqulr whetlutr lthrr has I Ten usnnutlMl I y any -sraou or iera.-lM With In 111 lurlsdletlou id tine tiairt, an.l ir yvt ftr e..li fe.1 that either have, tlu.l they may lie ireeuted to the Conil Ui I .liilt with axirding H taw. Ant also thai thoe who deans ki be goal an, I true cilia, ns nmy W forrwarued, an. I nt Lfie.ra-aMy and imalllliiKly U Ual im.itheiviuuilai.hiii of any ft. Is In v4,laii,.ii,.flhelsv.s..f their cumlry, ftial wlinli wmill aiaketl em gul ly of cither ot tluwe .8". ik'im. II la .uuieevwary at this tune to enter Int.. an l iI.t. ate dlvilllhiii'f Ihe l.wof Irnwrn. Tho rxnetilu li.ai i Uie I inlet utile c'eaily di fines in wliat II coneli.ts. Ihetiilrilsnllnnoftl.e llili.l niti. lu pro. vi.l.'ft. "thai Irene. . uiouihI the fn l.,l St-ile. elli.ll iMlia t iily lu levy iu; v. ,r nHiilnt Ihein, nr 111 a.. lining t.' their riieliur., glv ng Hum aid and r "ilfi rl. Ara'n. It e some s. lion ii-..vt.liwht .'the c irona shall I ,ve.v.rrbi ileiUre the piuilehmciil.il tir. SIil., In pursiiaiKcof ihe power thus ooiirerred, Con me aee..l sn ml. w. iih wi l'nni-l April .10, 1THI. w lit. h pi.,v .I.k In Mtln isie, ihut If any 4i oi IHB.SI.. owImk allrKtanc hi the fnlfcil MIjiI.oi Aiisn.i., el all levy ww agtlnel Ihein, or nia'l mil ere lo In.- riieiiiics givilnr them ell and .aiihrl, wiihmlhe I'niml Snuesnrrlacwliirc, and el all I llin-4 caivMcd, on eonrea-lon In ,in . lilt in on Hie tretlliioity of two wltnesmj. k, the vim .vert ail of lr..,.n, whein.f he l.r I'uy shall atiml lii.li. t.l, siah ?rm or persons shall I.a.1. ju.lgr.1 utility .4 Ir.-aeon a-ftiiial the I'mtrd tkites, andelalleliir.'r.lenth S'v. tt. 'Ih,t If any jHxni or creoin, tavliutft kn 'Mle.lgetliieistimwi.siof any of Hie trc..ns a .,11-.,,.. I, el all ...lanal, Hinl it. t, as s.mui as may be, iIim ,m and iiu.ke kuowu theaniuot the 'Pi,iJuit l the t luted rtlalee, or sol uei ol the 111 lgea therw- o',,,ito tl r.cni.l.iit or (l.nieiieir ot a paiticular Isle, or some one of the Judges or JiinIic llieia.it, mkIi liieoti or i.'raona, on C'ltivlt lion shall Ualju.hj. i.l guillj of nuiliin .1 treason, an 1 aha'l U' Iui. tlmiie.1 is tt xi... ling m veil e.u-s, mid liucd tvd e. ttvil llg . lie thoiiviel il.'lUre. Ills well kiimn tluit wr-lvil war cxiels hi - iliousoltl.e I'llloll TlniHrsoiiaoliu nllegltme tn Ihe I'n ted SLites h- t .t iileiler ile.1 l.ilhir, mid Willi anus, l.y force an I tlllilnhhitloli. hiivc pitvrlitoil the xctltloll of tlie .isihtitulionid nils ol Coti'ruiii, leiv lorclbly scire I iq.si and h, 1,1 a custom h ntse nu.l p.t oiTice, foil-., arm nals, veeai Is and oilier pipetiy lie!on,rliur I the fulled l lie., n , luvo wtually flrl Um vcMMlsWiiringll,.. I nde.l Btitca dig and carrying t ultad Riot. r.a.pa 1I.I-. I,a ii-nrv.l: ti nf the amhorlly of the fe Is nl government it is high treas..n Ir levying war. F.ithcr one of llnnn a.is will voiulilutu high Ire .n. There oui It lei J.uU of It. Tlie fm, Unit any or all etuvrrl In the commlsdou of thcHt outnucoous a. Is, ft.ua! uti ler th pruUit lej ftiithorltr of the leglsleture, or convention ot Hi . p'e of any ebite, of the otucora npiumhvl Ihcrehy, ormiuig then ttiMler, does not things uort'dltue crlmlii'il t ti so ny ter of the a. I. N .fitauor Uily ..f men eau throw off their ftjl giaiaetothrlr goveiiiiiu'ht In that way. N .r inn ftny elate, or t) e eot!e of any ali(i, a. ting lu any caHHily whatewr, aliw.lve any person theiufrotn, Neitl er 8 mth Carolina n ir any other stile can ftuthisire, irtilegilly prolnt citlxetis of the other etidiw in levihig war agiitee) their government, any more thiiu the tjiireiiof tlrent Ilrllalu or th Euror of Fratir. If any aiieh power laassuine,! It Is without rlhl, and 111 deiiHlial llHllvldital who a. meter II la 11 Hie I) leas giilliy 4 ipsMMtm, nnd liable hi be pun Uhal ihrnrf.. That th elave-holJnur eUtes have jtiMliAiiae of complaints ag.iluelBoma .d1 their al,ter slatca. Is himeiiUoly b.ilnio . thst Hi Leoslsture Of several slates liave passed act which ar In dl. re. I C.MI11U I with on id th plainest provisions nf the eamtiititlonoflhe l'uiM.1 Swles, which aat wer Intended to deprive th slave-holding stile of rights xpreseiy guarauteeil hi, ftiid Important to thoui, 1 well kiaiwii, Thla Is greatly In In) regrrtlnl: ftud II Is hoped and U liewl that th s.4s.r, awviiid thought of thu pla of Ihi.estiil.'s will beliu'e them to da Justice to them elves a well as tot' eirsoiiil,emlMYtiueu,aii lev ia' Hi. Ir loyally to Ihe ciiii.lltull.si mel th t illou, I7 vi. ngi.ll eiuh ie.ta from tholr autui tiMiks. Hut th ftu I thai e.iue id the Htat.w hnvs pvuinil un 01 lu.ltlutloial tats, 11111 alhed no Jilslifl.ii.tt.rti for ro le Uloll iiinI tir. I v,nr, irbreitktu4 up our fuleral I iiloit, whhh wms loniiixl by the mlrl.itisiii aiel wis dsn,'M,ia;llu.t.on nisi iMiinrtuiseof our falher-ltl whkliour pros,rify us a ss.p' hue but 11 utiMirUeU tl 111 Ihe hot iy ,, iiitiioiM. SO. h tegieUtivs a w, however, aie led luws. It lug lli tlobtlioiiof lh roiiililitlton of the l'ltit.l SlaMii, Ihi y 1.11 luir liulliliea, at,d all whti atUiuid toeti kuit III tu ire II I'meeties vlulabitaid tho law, aud nm b.H aiel tu rttiiiie ineluucus have bta u putllehol as am h, ual over acts, then, otsistitule tieayion f A mere o.im a. y to subvert by force tho government, how ev, 1 lluglliou. It. . flllie mil) Is., Is led lluueon. To oouepli. to levy v.ar, and nttuilly levjiuj jr, sie d -dnul "thtHXs. If a 1m dy of labile cidnplie and mr.l late an lu.ur rretl' n to risiet or . pioku the laws of the I'u.lM HUli . by four, they aie only gullly of ft high m mI ii,eatir , htillfll.t i-ise.,l lowrty eueh lutciiilun ll.to 1 Xktulloii ly (tie, ll.ey aio guilty uf tioaaou by Itvjliig war. In the lung, isl, of Chief Justice M msiltb "II la 11. t the Intent ui of thu can ts tt my ll.nl 11 1 ln.li vitl Ual etiuls.gitliy A Ihliiiifue, who hat u it an, wand In aims ain-t Ins cuiitiy On Ihscutmiy, if wm bo m tiully I. vlwl, Hint Is, If a l.sly of umiUi a. tuitly aHsemble.1 fiir the pur- IioNe 1 1 1 Tni tig I y foice, a licnsonilil pniimau, nil hiee who H'rlonu any ait, luaveier luluule, or h vcvcTrnmie fcni the wine of Action, and who ftl e u, tmilly leiigu.sl lu th geliuial toll p.lSA.')r ftru Vi la' Cons ,Ttltil aa Intthus H As ll e f.uiil have ftlmtdy tn you, the cenMuithm aji.i as..eubl ure is a ln,y "I men w tit tho de.lgn of seirlng, aiel tt t ft' tun a. Isillg of Ihe forts iillJ other itilli. projertyio mi tut I tuar Cluirlest m, H Hith Carolina, and In aotna other stiles, 1, a levying of wiir againel the t'ttted Htttes. Coneeipiently, any aial ivary person who engage tin rein la by the law regir hul as levying wtr a,fiiut lie t'nlte.1 Hiat'S ; nti 1 all w no a 1 herf lo them are hi Is1 i.var.h.l as t tiiii.us, ,nl tWio.iri' farm nif unrl cmtifvrtt m StAtth tortttiiut of Am I'ort, or auyiaher I.utii It id the Lit ted H-Oee, or elaowhere, 00111s w,lh d iliuekis-i4tpii-visusi.orihe l.leeiii.i td the. I of Mull "I April, ll'J'l. an I ire gullly of lenMotl. W l.nl niiioiiiitr. t atllierlng to, aii'l gtviitg aid an I comfort to our em into, tt Is somewhat dtfA 'lilt In all cum's lu di fuit't but certain it Is lltal furnishing them with arrna, or munition f var, veseels or ift'ier loeniis ol iriinMM.rtniton, r any matsilals which will aid the liftit'ratu run ymg out their trailrious istr. peis, with ft kle.wtedge that they ftrt; Intended for sua It uqMss, or lis llmg sud 1 nnairftifllig (dhers to 1 HKHge In or ftld Itie trail ra In any way, doe c..me within the provl.hsia of Ihe tatl. And It Is liuiuatii. al whether such ails are lieliued by sympathy wllh the rilsjlliisi, leadilliy to tlivtlovenunantradetlr lir gain. I mler Ih .. 111.I section of th act of 1TM, all who 1 eve any kleiwletlgu of ftny silt ll a. Is of lrrtl, and do red. as ais.n ft siaaible, make It known in the rnannur therein preaeiil.'d, are guilty nf tnja isrleun of truvsoii, ftud aubjeu to th piuilehmeid Ihritlor, Your inqidrlv mual b ennflusd hi off n es oonv. nJited wltkm thajurlalh Hon of Ihls Court, Dial Is, within Ihe Southern di.tr lit of New Yurk, and up m tlie high eoM. Although thai may b ft uuealloti whether th luria.litii.ai of theCiuit in ua.hwai. Is isit more vxhualod, yuu will lor Ih n-eauit4 con liti )ultr Ibvasatigiaaisis to Ih limns prw rilasL Within this limit, 11 is your right aul your duly to lispiii whether any n.si or jsineais have been, acuirdlng bi the pnntiplvaof law laid down by the Couil, guilty uf Ireaiaoii or mlepriaiai of lruael, aiel If you ar aatibflasl that ilher of IImm iitTuuctal hav lanu c.tnmlile.1, to bailhlully fttsl lust lussly present the ofl. ndcts, that they may (si ptuilshe.1. II Is Ihe duly, and it will umiucaUuiiiiUy be Ihr dtiire, of ftll gi.sl and Iruo tltiaeus, bi do, ill Ihel rueiuttive sit.eres, everything lu Ihvlr .iwer hi suipriss relielll.i, expoe ttamtsiu, ftnd bung trul baslo Jiirtiht.. When lb (iraud Jury wer In th other day, on of the members of tour l.idy aubiulttaid cerlalu aiuawluins to the Courl, which I ahall uuw proceed t.i answer, "first. Whether It Is th duly or Ih (iraisl Jury to tuqulie Into violations of Ihe law wlilah may be aax Id.'nully limatght hi their know, lealge. aud wbn ti have led been ireeiaid by the Dlnlrial Atloniey, and whhhbe luvl tin knowledge of." u reply lo Ituit, Ihe Court would aay, gentle men, that vuu ftre uid listtwearily coulliiad to otT.nte 1 1.1 which your klinnliou may l called by th proea- cuiilUt eiuver, luauy onaofyouhav reftaoo hi UilUjv that ftny of lb laws of th Federal Uovurumeut hftv beva vio lated, you ar nl lilairty to lisiuii Inhi Ih mtir, whether or not your tteutl..ii La lavti tailed In it by IheDislrlil Attorney, Vuiueetlouably you hftv a right hi uutk tli rtivsellgatiuu. Th aumaal luqulry Is, " whtlliitr ll lseriljd oflluijury to xatulu luto th deteutlou of feluiis and wlluesee a to their safttv. lieatuMnt and ouuifurt. aud as to whether any parautia r kept au uuwitrrftuUbla tlm bsJur trial..' Tli third Inquiry Is, o whether It la xecta.l that Ih Orand Jury would pruseul suth dehatt lu th prattle lu the Custom II jus a rentier It easy for elements of veaael lor the slave trade." With reept hi that, genllemtst, II rnay be wU to oonildsr dr iranieu, what Is the Jurisdiction ot Ih Federal csirts. First, then, Ihey can only Impure Into the violations of Ih Federal laws. The Federal oourt have no oonimoo law criminal Jurisdiction, aud they therefore have no Jurisdiction over otTanos thai art not created by th CouttiluUou, or arau act uf Con gress under th Constitution. 1 uuderalaud that alt la lb duty of til grand Jury to lnqulr luto all matters thai sr brought before Ihelr ntSjlc bv th broaecnllnir omcar. Thai I wltl I understood. It ts well known that Kngtlth grand JurorabavoiWtlm,aidprolblylliaft pert of th common law of England, Inquired Into eiuh nut ters: but Ih eourt 1 not war of ftuy etaluU of th Couetttulhai, or of any pic4M la fdrl court which wou!tJ make it th dnty of gian I Junes hi en quire Into end Invesllgate inattcrseniiiiRliwilliirltliir f these questlafts. The Court d.sw not Inlm I hi say that jr. may 1 ot make siK'h inquiry but then II It noi.l le "' V" r iudhtl duties, ami If you make a report to tl.'s'cwtrv, have lei power to a. I and ran d.v redhlne: mora than file it with the nxmnls of the cvnirtt aisl therefor H cftiitHd I, regardetl as th duly of (A-aml Jurltw hi tclerel i'.niita hi luake these Inquiries, You will ikiw retire, gentlemen, ftrsipmceed wkll th buelutes brlor you. Manlng f th tlilrrrwe TTewdy. Tlio dcttrurllon at th atace of tho Chinese) r.insror w.i tlie groalet proof of tlm power of K'nglan.1 ami the weakness of the Emrtmr that could Is) gltw, llesidea, it wa lieceaanrf to In. litt acme great punMinnwt for tltclf wanton torture of th prisoners. Th p.ilace, .tll.l farn-tl ing-Ytie was held r great veneration on account of ili'Leing the cooeunt resl.lcixo of Ih Kinprror and'ndirt. The gardens and livld. lugs wire f.imot. throughout Clitu-i for tlw4r Is'ii-tty and inagii'drnr, and Wg sum wnr rxs tidrtl annuallr 011 their m.ibitciuuoe. Her lii lie tablets nf tlh dyii.tety ij ranisoryod, v whoa safely, in aipolir ce'llnistlnn, llie exist, dice id the rrigiting family depends. Jiuno llo.-a of its vuslncss laay (in formed from ther f.ict that from Ike pluco that was first wired by tho I'reilih on Iho f.lbc (Ictohrr It wns at lcal fix or vin miles lf ire. tlm lt liiiil.ling vf ueii-Ming-Yucn was rc.uthcil. This win Ml thu fool of tho tixst Mngoof bill that Is'tind Ihn ptiintuilni north 01 IMm. tlicr this Ur& 1 xlcnt of ground wcr gir.lcn, i.n. ai-es, fi-inidew, and pigialna, on artilh lat hills, some of them .imiiind tit) ftvt In height, with f. rret trct'sof all kinds covering th. ir si.I.', through lliti green foliagv of whitli wirowvutha yillon-til.-d tool of liio v.irli.u. Imts'rkil reel. h net's. A I irp. Like I iy buried In 1I1.1 1 ii let of lliee wrsslril lulls, with two or three M in.lt on It, wllh plilurevtin luiildings, Jnlmd to the nmltilind l,y iiialnt, but lievtliful tone bridges. On one aldo of Ihe like, txlcn'ingu, w.irU of I wo miles, win ling titatel out. uiuoiig gr tt.it.-. and through 11 itvur gui.liits, r.a'l.vl in ly il..i r'uu invt-rs, was tho fnor iln wulk of Ihe l;niror aiel his Court 1 In Joinn pl.u-es, where Ihe p.ilacea came to tint water' t.lge, Him walk was cirtiml viet them on 11 light and IsMiiliful elono terrace overhanging the lake. Th hli'lt inoiinlAiii of Tarlnry forming tho Iui. kijroiind ttinde It, wlnlo it i-t-rtainly w-isuna if the most itlllui-. also one of Iho inoel Uau liful su'ties in tho world. Two diiy. were required ctT.11 tn illy to act hre to nti r.lielrej nil ihn buildings atid wilks of iurn-Ming.Yuen. Mil. It vain ible procrty lhat It wns imrmailli to remove was ilestroyp.1. 1 1 l iiid th it it ei iided two inillioin stcrl'lug, rxilueitpif llielinil.liiigs. 'i'iiu 1 11rl.1l of Dm r. tntlut of tin) inurJ.rc.1 I'tieoners, Mesers. l)r Nituvtvi, Hum nr, Ax hi iiat.N and I'llll lis, t.sik pin. w tilt lunch so I..111111IV. I.or.1 Kiiiin an.l Hir llni'K Wittvr wem rlilof mnuritrrs, T he p ill bearers were tlm 1111 lult ts of the I'.mbnsiy mid the t' im minder ItM'hhf rlalT, I'ani: nnd some olliivra of hla regiment, und onto men of Iho King' Dr.igo.11 liuirds. I'tHhM and Ltiiii, who had eluirwl their rapllvity, hut hid escipcd almost by a mlrntlo the futo of IIich. their Issir com p tuinti.4, vnlk.'.l on eilJi. r fi.ln of I)p. NoiiMti'a rutlin. Numla-rsof olllcrr of Imth srinles, ini hiding tho l'n-nili (V'mman.lcr-ln-r'liicf, ilood tho procoa ton. TIm llusl tu Minl-ter, (!cn. Iui A nor v, ! 'lured tho Kut-lslt ceiib tery at thd disisMul of he Commander in-Chief. Tlu-y were all huriul In imu grave; the Hurt iea w.ta p..rfonn.l by tlm chaplain to the forces, tho ltev. Mr. M'Ukk; arvl one nf Iho mot striking occurrences was ttw .reeenee at Ihe grave, In their vestments, of ttittan Calholio and Urwk priest, who joined th. ir prayers to our vvur tu remain of our lnurJere.1 oountrynieif. ll la-iiig impoeaiMu In obtain a suital.lo Itousa for the al isle of laird Klgln, l'rlnce Kung wa rfineai.-d to aaslfrt him aoina private palace. Ihe l'rlnce tf l's was at oni- luimcl. It I a building of vast exit nt, th outliouau alone Iwing able to acoomtnotlat il.tHH) aiddiert. Hut Ilk all Chincao stlaiis, It wa In audi a eUCo of do cay that Uni Chineeo had to lo employed to rcit der It luil.ilMl.lt. Tho ratiflratiim of tho Ireatv look place with nun It M.mp, At the nppuintol ibiy Lord Elgin enter.-.! the clly in stale, (ireat crowds filled tlie n reels iinil'iniii h riirlusity wru) m inifiMlotl to get A glimpse of the "Ureal ll.irbsri tu." Jliisl newt was rommenceil by Lord I'.lgin Idling Mr. Wiide lo hum! Ihn tran'-Utioii of Ids full mwer to Kung, with lluireuest tnaeo his In return. Prune Kung s.iid his were not aofull, but eciia. Iv ample aa to powers, and gave Iird I'.lgln Ihe Empt ror'a decree conferring on him full 'lowers to negotiate nu I com lud a ie n-e, an I ali to af fix the great sent of Iho Empire na a rat llicat lull to the licitty. The tout eiitioit Viaeeignud, 1vu.l1 r.'lliaiellti IIV llflixillg III Will. 'lb treiiliw. wire then exi banged, Krwii sealing it with tlie great seal nf the Empire, or t ifi ing under his soul and signal 11 re Ih it Ihn nil ill. lit Inn nf Ihn Ireuly hid la-en duly elf.H.t,l, fid llmt nllillng Ihn treat so.il nf Ih Eutpiro nicunt the a. upliiinu l.y thu Emperor of all Ihe ci iidilli.its and reeaiiieibililie coiitainud In Ih treaty. A fi ,v liitirihiingcsnf pond wishes for tho r.-ulls nf tin Ir.ulv.ps-ti'lU'twix-illaiMl. Elan and I'iumi. Kiiki'i, tlm lulur rciuiikinj; that nt uiv mlslakea bad l tl ui flu hereiofure in tin ir inli'iituirsi. wtlli foreigmrs, but Im I11I now loki 11 it btlo bis own It iivls, and In) Iiojm I a new elatn of Uitugs would coinmetict.. 1ul EtiilN then rose Kt Ml walked nlmrt ilielititii. ncroe tho plat form, ami then alopsd; laird K.LOl did so Itkewlae, und it was only iiflir vigorous lakonlng of Ihn M in diirin attending on Kiinu and lurd l'.uiix stn pliiglhnl Kixiiwiii In luro.l, afttr 11 few hod tatiitg piiUMS, to actompany him the edgo of th.) ibtis. 1'rifi'H. Kind, Inlf brother to the I '.111 per or, is ols.itt ZK vcars old. His fate ii that of ra ii ion, ilisMiliiti., uwl up Orii utal not im j roved perhuis lytlin vbtorie of tin) "liar. Tliel'llllly of Itefuwe Things. 'Ihe ptu-si.ite of potash is in id in largo rjit in. tinea in ('in. innatl, from Ihe hoofs, horns, and other rcftiMi of l 111 -litrrnl gruntcrs. Cow-hair, lukcu ruin the hide in tanneries, la 1 iiii.l.i) nl for making plastering mortar, to give It a librousqualily. Kawdust Is sold fur sprinkling tha flmir nf innrkeis. It Is also used for packing ice for (hiwilng. 'I lie rag tf old, worn-out shirting, calico ilriwe, aiul Ihn waslu of cotton factories, ara employed U link tho pa)r Uhiu whitli thre line, are prinlcl. Old roa' am convertl Into tin note piper, and tho waslu paper itself, which I picked up in the gutlirs, Is again rrronvrrtnl Into broad, white rlieet., und thu doc duty In revolving Hit fee. Tho paring of skin an I hide, and the ears of cows, calves and hliei p, are carefully collected ml i on verted into glue. The liner qualities of gelatine ar mad from Ivory rasping tlm Isimt aud tendon of ani mal. .hint converted luloihirrnal by rotsting In Mtorla are aftvrwards nnploye.1 for purifying tho white nihur with whitli wu sweeten our tof. ft... etc. Tin. ammonia old iln.d from tha distillation of coal In milking gu, is employed for saturating onhlt and tinlhenr, In making tho iMiautiful lilac colors that aro d)d on silk and tha flat) woolen gissls. Carlsntio acid, oMailtwl In th distillation of i-Oul tar, Is eliipluved w III other acids to pro due beputlful yellow inllaraon silk and wis. I. The shaving of ce.lur wool, usod in mnklng peiicils, are distilled, to obtain tho otto of coder wissl, IlriBS filing anil ol 1 l.raa kettles are rcrarltcd ml employed to mako tbo br work of print ing preaees and pump. Old coMs-r cra) are used in tho construction of eplendul broil ie cliauihdiers, for 1 In .1 11"' in -cur iburd.es aud tha mansion of ''is wca.i i Old liorsn-ahor nail ar enipl l tn mike th famous itM'l and twist barrels of fowling pieces. Quern VtrU uavd br t UUraa. Two of th little English prince one went Into a room where a servant was polishing a tove grate, ami Insisted on "helping' her. After getting ajecioii of th brushes, they pol lidied tl woman' fan Instead of the grate. Tli servant was ready to link wllh confusion, for all 1 ould not leave Ih apartment without encountering Prince AlurrrT. II wu aaton. Ilied tn aee an dlrtr an object emerirlng from hi rooms, and liellgnantly luqulrod tho meaning of it. TIm survaut reluctantly told blin It aoon re he.1 th ear of tho Queen, ami alt wa soeit crossing th oourt, leading that two prlnoeafte by the hand toward th servant' quarter. Her Majesty sought out th woman, mad l.r daugh ter ask her Dardon. and sent them at once to tu th nearest mUlluery and dreu eatabllshment, to purthfta a complet outfit tire, bonnet, abawl, f;lovee, Ac, nd prvaent thra to- th aerrant, la tau of th tire they bad aolUd upon bar. TU artk-lea were purchased wit h their ovn money, and eesatitinUwthlrnDbl'af that useful com. moUity wa curlallwl materially but thla they aU they didu't car for la tUl lt lu fact ft SUN. PRICE ONE CENT M'l.i r ptcMil Ihetn than otherwt It wu only Atk fig Iho woman' pardon that they dibit lok. ropaUlUn f Ik Votrth. Tlier fXrertor of taw SUtMcal Darcitrj of IVrlin furnishes the following rnrViu ttatament 'Tli pntArlntlnn of the rrlwl exrth estti-mbrl 'toliel.JW.nno.OoO, rli.l Europe, 27.0")0.CW Aula, 7&.VlxVro, AfricArTi.tKW.nort. America, W.rsio.ooo. and Australia, JODO.OO"), Th io puhitionor Curos is thu rwWivlleili Kussia contains Ci.tH) '': th Ausl twin at -tic, .ui.ll'W.. SiUi l-ralc lll.0.llljkrl Urrtal llritain an.1 Ire. land, S7.48d.oi.Vp Pritwim 17.1WU.I07 Tiukey, 4.7IO.I)liO; Spi( K.klt.OOO; lev Two Sicilies, S fll.Dj Mwcln and Norway, ft.07i.twj 1 ir. dial. 4.ir76.i).T4 1 ttelglwm, 4.tV)7ai t lltvarlt 4.5tt'jni); tlie Netherlands, 3.ltii.n;i Portugal. .1.I7I.IW; Ihe I'tuiVMstws3(KK).l"J, He-iuci-bind, t, lI.MX); Denmark, 2.1iW.rH. lu A-i v tin- CM11 Empire i-ontoJns 4iM,Vt))l): tlu East ldea,17l.N.io.00'lr tha Indian iVnlilpc. tgn. b'l.lHH).') 1 Japan, 3d I).)) 1 llin. Icelan and Asiatic Ttitkc), emh lcAioo.uui). 1 n Jkiuerica, th I'nifed Mates are computed to rot stain 21. r.l.r)7ti llritl, ;.(i77.HtiO 1 Mexico, 7.il..VJl. In tho M'vral nttinnt f ttw ear III tier ar .IXi.issi.tiin of Chrisilnns, of whom ll.foi.niH) areCalliolmt, rm.tHUi.UDO Prfttrstants, an4 71.. (1 s.l.l ssl fol Invert of Ih tifiVk Cluirch. '11m nnmla-r of Jew amount to !V mio.issii of'.l-o 2.81).7.') are In Europe, vli. I.2.'i0.iisi in Kt. ropean Kiisi.k - R.-1.I..I11I In AuslrLtt 211.21 lu Prussia: l'j-J.tt; In oilier part f O.-rm my; f 4711 In the , Nrlhirliitt.il. 1 ihl.ll ,l In Italy .".'I '.t'J " In Kranco ; IW.H'Sl in (treat llrilaln ;"7tl.lil li Tuikey. l'lto fo'lowcrs of variola Asiatic, reli gion are estimated at r.DO.IKSI.iHH, M illume. but at llUI.IMKI.DiHI, r.u.1 'llcntliiuia' (.tli.) (iuittil rps?r,) nt 2iMi.iSHi.isK). 1-lxinior.linnry Allnlr. Tin) Tril.uusl nf tin Correct loneJ I'.dlew of 4. iitualf Praiitc, haslevniH'tiitiied williastr.ing ftlf.nr. A young iitaai naiiual Kurt, tnplnyed in a null, on awaking In tint morning found his f ue covered with I b.l, with li etui., ftoin it cut alsvvn the eye. 'litis rut hid le-eit Inllirtiwl while bu was' aihvp, bat by whom I'oiikl not ho dlNtovcrctl. 'Hot itexl evening it is-r tut gill, i-mployi'd in th fiuiily, having goin into tin) ti'll.ir for whin, cried out lh.it the iha.r wo o. 'mil, lli.it theriakof one of Iho eisk. ha.1 Ik-cii titrnnl, and that wlim was llowlng fiom it. Afterwards, on entering her disinter, th." stiuo f;tr 1 nxtlaimeil that various nrin les tsf linen iad Iss'ii stiilen, nod they were suliftiiilly .an Iv Ing near it river nt mini little dislaixv, '1 lieie ciri umslancc wero considered vi ry nx trnonlinnry, und the only wsy by wblih Ihev could l ui counted lor by I bo 'issipln ol IS-trull wastlint the pi nv wa haunte.1 1 Iwlief wl.l.h the girl 1I1.I luir l.-et tv 1011ll.nl. The- tmxt night, aflt-r i-lo bad retired lo r.'-l, elm raited I. ml cries, an.l when some prrmui went to ecx- lu-r. ehe was f. und with several cub oil h.-r f l. e, niel with Mood llowing from llietn. She staled tbil l-lie bud Ish-ii ntl 11 kil l.v sisno tuen who had en tereil tho 'mil to steal ; lint th it was not roit.l-d.-risl prolNibb., and she was rigorously quest ion. rd. She then, after aunt hesitation tu hi ad. Missions whhh dcircd up the wind mystery, Mieliu.l, It appeared, com civet a pl.-liui fir a young man nimel Lptiru employed In Ihn mill, but had nevur told him of it, Tbn forem 111 of tb mill bad Ihrentencsl for some reason to ill, nuea l.MiKU nd tills raustMl her to entertain nn li auimiHiily to th foreman that ilia rcaolvml to Is) avcugod. Mi accordingly wool to hi chnmls-r to stab bim. but it so liap's-imd th it he bad got tip In tlmiiil.bllo of the night, and hi plai-o in the hod wns taken by Itonx, who cone quentiv received, the ftlah Intended for him. What 'tho uirltlM artrrwards Intliug olT lb w'rm fn the cellar, taking her litK'il to the river i.le, and iiiuictlugtul nu bur faisv was to avert tuepiciou from Iter. In 1 onueip-ieuco, eloi w tiled by tho tribunal for rutting ,uul wounding ItortT, and wu con lcmuo.1 to four uionths' iui prlmMimrt. Tk Hoarce f tka Nile. The Geographical Society In Euglan t lit re cently bound prooal for a oliM-riptioii tn send lir, PtTUKiiitK, Uritli.lt consul at Whirtiim, on an exilitioii up th Nil to explore It sources, ami aid Captain Ki'KKr, already dlspilihed by way nf Zanzibar, for the same purHisn, Until a fiw tnontliK ago, tho furthest point known 011 tho bank of tho Nile, wa (iou.lokoro, lying alsuit I. UK) miles by river alsive Khartum, with b It. self Is l.lhMI mile aliovo Alexandria. During DvcrinU r and January liuiidoknrii Is reaorlett to bv Iruilers fiuni Klisrtuin and other places, to obtain ivory for grain and Is-als. A I'oman C itliolle mlss'nn wns cslalilishe.1 here lint ub.tn doneil p 1h:.3. Tho rapid aleivo lion lok.iro prevent further navigation, but I slow lhat place the river is is-n. During Hi.' other ten month il Ihu your lb placu i deserted; tlm population di.'rring over Ih adjacent bnrmn country. Mr. lVriiniu k, who It perronally known to m.stt of the native lrila oflh.it region, propitea then tonn-et Cai.lnln Si'r'Ki; precbiely ut thla siinl where be will stand 1 lost in nee I of aoitn e. The ixasliiion cover Iho rt untitling lerrilones liiix'srery to Is explored to comjiltlo otvr kuowl. odgi is the roiiriesnf Iho Nile. Arrrnt for Trrrtaon. J. N. M. Mkkuimaw, t'oll.vlor of Ibe Port of ii-orcctnwri, rioulli Carolina, was on l'iuday Ust srr,li-l bj Ihn ss.plof (i.Mrgfltuwtion a ilmrueof lreu''i'i rtt-tiliiat the sta'u. A lottorwa found vritt 11 by htm and a.l.lreese.l lo Mr. Uti. ibaiian, stating that bo (Merrltnin) had Just I I, anil vesstiU ill tlm iiaina of Ihn liiit.-l Si ties, und that he would continue to do an, Tli.) letter calls upon ih lni.leiit to send a boat nnd men lo collect th federal revenue, an I inform him of the progress made In the coitstrin tiou of tho works near (.cnrgitown, and priimit.s to kep 111 in sted from timn to tint in rolstiiui lo tlm Mine. Thai letter is slglleal by bis initial., J, N. M, When arresb"! It hi knnwb'ilgi.ii . 'vingwriU ten il. laqita', hi deputy, wns alto urrcilod. He said lie had lavn In the habit of writing out Merrlin.in's letters, but li:vl not alonn so lu Ihls else, a ho considered it trtuisoii. llolh liave b tn comuiittod for trial. t'hurlrttoa Mercury. The Auownt of Tobacco on the (llube. 'J lie prrstitt annual production of tobacco, has Is. 11 i-elimntid bv an Englii-h writer, at 4,IMsl.lHHMHiUsiiini(s! Tbl l smoked, iHal and snurTisI, Suppose it all lua.tf Into sugars, 1(H) to Ihe pound, it would prinluen Iimi.iiihI.IXIO.. IKS), 'our liun.lre.1 billion nf acgar' Allow ing Ihi ttibucco, uniiianufaetiiriil, to cost on th average 10 cents asrtiinl, and wu hay IttOQ.. IHhi.ishi cxis'niled every year, in producing a noxious, deleterious wend. At letst one and a half time aa much more I rtuiru.l to manu facture It Into marketable form, and to tiisajo (4 it to the consumer. Applauding I ('karchr. The obsolete custom of applaudiag prachr wu revived In aeveral thurclie on tb National Kant Day, on tb 4th lust. Tk Key. Jacob MAitNinu, at the Old Hotith Church, In D.Mton; the Kev. 81MXKU Ellis, lu tb Universalis! Cliurih in ISulem: the Iter. 11. W. llKKt'lim, and tlie Iter. Dr. CliAl'in, in thl city, uttered Kntlment on East day which called forth strong mark of ' approval from their crowded audience. This course ia not to let commended, but it I rnt-rily the revival of an anilcut practice of th Christian Cburth, a In the fourth century th iiroatiMir were loudly applauded during tin) de livery of their discourse. Th frequent 1 rie of 1lrilio.lox, tli clapping ui m null, anil stamping of th feet in 1 hurch were a common in that (srlid a similar proceedings now ara at )H ailar assemblagee of the popU. I ' I relate.1 lhat CMiitaaisTK.M, Iho celebraUail Christian r'allu r, whteo noted pruj rr wa s.il I lu th Epls .p..l (hurdles vesttrdav, was applaultvl In th gnat t linn li at Couatautiuoul l.v the wiple' waving Hair plumes, I heir lutmlkert hi-.ls and their giiruieiitai mid by others grasp'u ( their Bordsuud irvliigwith a loud vol-., "Thou ifl worlhyof the prhethood." Tle Calhetlral or nt. Deal, Park. 'IIm works at tlwColluelral of St. Deul ar ppnuuhiiig completion. Tlu most turioua por. Ifi 11 of lb building I Un crypt of Hi Carlo vingiau King, xt bit It formed a portion of tha third iliurdi raliwl uu tit aineVii, th tint litv lug Isa 11 rrerttsl over the tomb of St. Denli laifore Ih Invasion of tha Prank; tli aectiiid by Dagotertl., aWtth year C30; th third by Cliarleiiiauiie, Id 776; anal th present dructur In th twelfth century, Thl auHeut cryyA wu found tolerably pre. tervetl, and ha been repaired with groat car. It contain at present th remain of Ixiri XIV, Mabir Ax-roiNrrTK, ami th aunt of tha former, with those of tha Dec pa Ilitauu and on of bl children, th Prlnc d Ctixnit, and Luvm XY1II. Tha nw crypt, which tut been torutructed Ut recelv th alms of tb lk)!ArRTH family, l placed be neath tha tranaept atxl a mull portion of th chancel, and Immediately west of th Osrh vlngiaa tom.lt, thu brluglug ih two xlreme Into centact. II i very Targe, and onil of a central tca nd two side bile at th tjut and of tha former I a small altar, lighted by mtant of a window or akytlght betlnd th hltfh ftltftr tat tha church. J1IT RATES OP ADVERTisiNO.: TEBMS CASU w'ADYAMCt. AdyeTtletnerit-For rvery F0r Llrtli j, thlrl. two word, or left, on day, M cents: tw-. daya, tl tli n Inside, nam prlc ch day. MarrUges and D-sthtt, racnit each tour lliwaf Monthly sdvenlsemeol of tour Iln, uwevled a4 Oh YZlZZZll S"0' . 2 ""T U Irsaertkaxa AdviTtlserneiAs reretred until Itto-ctoik, T. at TbAt st)4lal,miinl U entirely elowsa on fAtndirf, Tlarrtaf (apttaM frwaa tka aaaa) t nma, A getille man lrn ftt th North, IntwA. many years hilen In buiiaem lo. tb aVsMuZ wa In thl city a day or two line making tka necessary arrangement to tratwfer hi canrtat from th rVitrth to th North. If hold tka ttcn If the present trouble ar turporarily adU Jste.l li ha ao security that another difficultr may not occur, ! h prefer to ha hi capital Invested where ft will net 1st en.Irvrrl by tsV frequent ocenrrene of rtvWIlion and rtrdadaaV hoito TritrtttfT. Crfcalnale A nm rrr.nrT, on N way loJ.lIfnvmUlVxf. eaxahe,! from the officer, whila ft turned t,H to eak to a friend at Stytacuae on Wed)ees-. A vim wa nonaan or tfl.V) by bey hua Isind at Philadelphia, on Vednilfty, M wu ade rested, and told where tlio money wu burtrsL and when It w recovercl, tho wife refused tw proetxute, TliK llM.arr! totjio Mr-fif Phllftddphlsr, "avr ailnpted the nam of 'librarv aana-Utb f their 4o nf meeting 1 tl library of a drwrderly cil., hrHen up last week pcove.1 tob not only without looks, but area without Ueyiis-r. A attitixit amvimt took plc btHweea tw IrieKueii namrd M.K.t and Kll.ru-rr, at Yiaw torii. Mo., o fhilfttiua eve, wbit talklrur liut il.l mattira and ilrltikimr jsmr whlaw key. 1 ha It was given, wheti Maxixnr strk KillioY Iwienvrilli buti bcr'a knifa, rutliavsj; bis bre 1st and lav tn;j os.n bis right 1 Iwk frost the ear to tho l.ne, through which lb tartu. were visible. Mu tfi'T lltvl on learning that ba vl.tinl was likely t.-lie. Calamltfei. W1111 k Mxm.ixn A rum al SliarpV.iorriJId laiv. .Mr. :-nt 11.1.H, eiruak In eye agaianft tW stove disr nnd km i.icl it . om Idety out. A 1 1 rump si ivr ts list t.vriin. In Ptt allnlen County, ( Ihlo, Ust wn k, and pursura" ray lilitlie lo the I.l. kh..l rlr. M Impluugnil ia.aaat In w beat hiiinuir r.ill-r tlm l.e uken. A t.ini f iillil. I'll, intii.1 keltl of Iniruic water 1 11 M. lid V, . t Ul.yiii, Ml. h. NstwioV elamliftg tier Imrriblo suir.-rin(;s, ike lingcretl taTi Wetlniitlfty, Tvvtitit ii.us ihmk VTTAt-KriiMr. UtHsrwaev wluli tltiviug near Ma if Ins, .Me., 1 n Thins U-. and tire bis ileih nli to pirww Uiforc kt con!. 1 rlnwt 0110 of tbri ir A iiwiit itttiwtTT-n wnTirvn rr 8t. la-iiis list weak, pin ril a featlwr l'd oyer her liltln bid v. to keep it warm, a iv hall, aid tniidlnre.1 it. Krv. Mit. I'liiLurH' iixnaKiiATinu. Chun It at t atcrtowtl, Mass., was deetrnre.. har tlm ) eelamlay. 1 1 a as a luie stria t im, Slid coat t.l).IHH; ni.s-lly innired. Tiik Aiauu kxiithi l.y th prevalence 4T small j.ix in Montreal, ani'iuiit tt eoinathuiA; like a panic The pntUcp!nlnn iv,th neces sity of re-vai rlnsi.cn la nvnlng, and nianar perstiiut iv.nt lain of euro- and swelled arms) aa oonarquriice. Tiittriitt SmvyxiiAnriK imnn aronr, 4 nrldgrport, Ct.. wa dlu-overet to Im u fira yeetcralsy morning at 3 o'clock! Thn tor aad cintanls were mostly aleatroye.1. Luea abaat 9't.tkN); insurcl for f J.IW. Tit lire wu tka work of in lucJUnr. A Emu l Ciwiihifor. try., Ttosmie, yester day, .leetn.ve.1 MAsti and II ami in Mrlodasm faitory with th Urge stockvof iiutrnaasntft, lla) IiiihIkt, anil varnish, turiatiline, etc. rveyerat adjacent biiil.lings wer lx damagod. The leaa iieellinatcl at jJJ.fxKi, which I partbtllr bv ured. Ok horxixi) tAT waK, Wiujam Saovayj went into th forest near be. joiula, far a load at woasl, and on bit return hem fount ki wlfa lying dead with a small slliU- of wo-hI beuit lur. Tb suisjssvition Is, that ebtv Ml, an-l bjr ftomo luntui dm slhk truck, her us tha head, aa) h. r rkull wu found to la) locukan. A fiiib, 11 StTfHiiAT siuiit, tlasitroye.1 M eelaliliehmriita in Halifax, N. .4n latludiag ttfta American consul tte and Exchange rooms, Frio LKM Ajvoau, th JitnrntU, Chnmlrl, (,'iarlt. C'usif, OJimut and lUpritt iMWKtair otnosa. the lllif it library, MrtivAirr'a sibsui, th Iriaakt Yoluniecr orderly room, the ILtlifax Iitsurartr) iiflla-n, tho Marin Insurance nlfue, the Hcotla Murine In. uran.-niillii-e, th in ton Marina la NiruiimoihVf, Ihe Mu riff's oUb-n, tha Odd Fel lows Hull, eli. rue and lawyers oiii.os. On mas Is known ttibavu l--n kl'led; ininy wer ka jureal. Political Items. Aa A.x t.vitiK.xi k or tiik tkuromsm now tt ifting In I Im Soul It, w dip the fi Hewing d vcrtieemrnt fradii tha .Savaniuh .Yitci of Jaa. lbtln NOTICE. The partis woo ifllr-wi, tu m Cssy, (in tiHouimoiu li Urr lo a irty in llrnugh lon elreel, are ha rcby unlitle 1 th it they ar la Is.ring muter a most egregrtou mistake, which Ihe sn. I party will lav happv- to convince thorn of. Ill pr.at Iplra ar shiain A .S.m'asiw, and as ik-4jl.hr will ' j found at lie' wlualwhnt re qitire.l. .Should there Im one or mora nf I he said Issly Induing said letter mnelder tlicini.lv 4-iyntely aggrlcvn.1, they can bay th aaliafaw tlon lley reuuire, from vino I MIA. Foreign Itens. Tiik niiira LATkir hkUT front E11glan.lt Aii.-lmlia are doing well, mid Increasing In uua. I. 'lb.. II nny iribu alto wero proving a suixoaa ful inlrashicllon. Tiik Eitrxt 11 iintiaira have permaneavC marks, with alatca atllxed, to ehow the beigbta of riirieselve Hoods; they n.-urlv all record tbia fat t, tlial Ihe I1.kj.1s are griultially and anntiallay im rrasiug in U'lgbt. Th bridgo over th Loara, in Ihn ltlnity of tli late diterouslnund4leu. es-cilly Inilicftt this; and It I not too made to affirm that the next great flood will b at burnt a dNastrou a th last, The reaaon U obvious, lb bniaituoui torrent from th blgti lauds bring with It large quantle of stone and gravel, whidi are arretted by bridge. fthoal,4Vc., 10 that th nvrr bed ara gradually becoming c higher level, and navigation ujaju thsiu 1 all but impracticable. Scientifio Items. I A Ma. riiaiow rts Aftorarica in the Iiutt tute of Architect, England, In reference t Halt surface lu-hliid a ewaker, it wo state.1 that tha lliehop of Lincoln preaching one In tb open aar instead of turning Ills back ta th wall, fluaal abaoit toward it. and tha result wu that ha was beard distinctly ty several hundred prona. Mr. Wr-rift, ok H isnwit 11, write u follow to Mr, Ivovtru, who, at the llritish AsaocUtloaj suggested the possibility of bringing down raia fnun tb clouds at pleasure 1 "I hav from vary early life l-cn ut aaalduou cxsrlraentr wltsa electric kite, anaanpherlc exploring wlreo, tic. Now, I Ug to assure you, that it hu evrl time hp-ned that when my kite ha laven ral. rd under a tllatcnaleal light rleery clou I, at a miak-rat eltvatlcn, a free curreut of (park bMM liutl from th apjiuratu during stun ten er twelve inliuilcs; I have suddenly found myaebf lovlewe.1 with a descent of tine misty rain; anaL on looking Ut, liave seen the t loud upon which 1 wa osrsllug lurprlsiiily nduted iu uagui. tude.- Miscellaneoua Items. Thm KRi'ROPorTiiK Hrrooxhu luiti meucod 1 th ice 1 tight intho tbk'k. Hoaiui aioitMiNti ar atiagua tb thermo ter, at ltutland, Vt., was 21 degree below aara. At Mlddlohury It wu ?J. Tiik tn i hn or a 1Tistom bank pild ti.OCa) last wk instead eft), happily B. K. PaAtT, tn boueal aisn, rcaivd It. SATritPAt WAS THE COMKTIUTf ( a. si at Montreal. Th tlienuuroslsr stood at X4 tlegreu below gero. Yealerdsy It wu li tsv. ow. Weather clear. OoutMiTiwFrrr.to from th bloderr of JIaKrnt tt IlRODirm re estimated at tl.SM a year I Prar shaving fiftUOi rauteajoar! , lutvlng 900 1 leather scraps f 110. Tn aAiLaoAlHi ranmiKO th wetern prtlris) are proUctad frota drifting mow In wintar bay high tVttca. whicb ftarra l sttntner to keep tka). cat Ue front th. trjwk. In tha, winter t'llH, lofor the feoeea War ronatractad, tha nUttaia Ctntral Kolbraad ixaamitwaxpndad f 100,00) let nucavorlBg to .p IMU Uacts clear. cc Tuuun Eco. U.U atinutd IkaaV there ar ao,OOQ Ajnerican In Kuropa. aotitjaoj. thry spend among them a Mint of flW.'Wt'i per ftanua.: Tki aarouat ta aat aataat tw tha large hltdnnt of gold mad to Eurota) axnxt mi auuva in amount ctaoiieu to ttranMcUvB. - J

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