Newspaper of The Sun, March 11, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated March 11, 1861 Page 1
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fe .THE NEW YORK SUN, TjiblWisrI Daily, Qvm&eyi sroepttd, on wMch ma unness whatever l raoadvwdj l tha Oli a. BolMiua. mm of FaJson i a ana nmi i- - M Mo. tM Broadway, (porner of Broadway, rrk 7.T2 . Mr0 "H" Amrla Hum, and . '" " oeiivwrea oy ovTlm to ub tarlbsti la New York Clly tad vklsity, el UX AMD 4 WiATCB CXJ.T. fU WKU Inglt Copts Om Cent, T" When Mill hy null. Four Dollar t year. w.AJ emulation throughon tht Ymr, mOinM nth Deosn.rrar last - 1,CS COPIES PER DAT. THE WEEKLY SUM li saaliid n autwcnbwr al Mvsnry-flwi cent pr tmt 1 1 mnutta, l t tn;ttoople, f cents, Spsci asm not Krai. to Intending suUotiber. Address "TIIF. SLN." Outer FeUa tad Hwu stress, Hew Tot k IIJU'LOVJIIWT-remnle. An 1 mciAt. n. wei. makers want U MS P'oaowsv, 8J floor, r7,lrH,14s4 BAITHfj WASTED TO I1AIST PAN t lo 'tutor Inn mirhtn. Ali a number nf ttnlsirr. tall rer nun avrk, at 1? Madia -n at , nl floor. .1. Mel, lid ILK, Mho,! BUHMMIKKS-ilRLS WANTM) FOR Mlilf .'.. S". V li I 111 VVtllT A IL. . l)rn4sa .d riroani none tut rood hanSa eeed App ,l4,t ITJOI'MWOIIK WASTED A GOOD H, BTntlt Sit t it. nisi), -awl... In . !.( tm lf en to . ,t In enl, ll.ht hcntewsrS Address .1. V. W I J Man trrrrec, or 10tl Wart d Id st iHU.'.l HOCSEWOnK - WANT.D A FIRST iiti .k, tubu ud Imu, Apply at Ws.t M st M&M j TJOWiWORK-WAltTED, A 01 IL TO A A A do sci.eral howwwork. Asp y lu the artanoin, Bt 1V0 ta. Rod .to, Brooklyn. Kefereuce itiiulr-sl MILS TVOTICK EMPLOXERS CAN GET SAT Ax Wart rllr suited In imutm at the emploTint rle, N a 8PTa4-ar. end my bt endeavor, shall ha ta glvs ! satisfa Alan. And to earrr ant thl plan, titers will t4 DO charge to ampljvert naMI attle sectorlly s Uted. tnhlaUe'lOB SEI'.VACTS-FEMALE SERVANTS Want, edivrri f!ar. la nnd fltuUana, food varaa. nirln ltl Uiub'd arnirad la tnod flarpa, and amall alrla, at tlia Urtt Int1tuta aad llatn( a adnetaii b nw tUila U4j. Ua Klaraotk m, or Ha ara, iirjy ChWINU MACIIINES-WANTKD Latlea aJ to lfo ta oa-rata en arhaairr and Wllmn, ao I Bloirt! Hewlnjt Machlnei: U hranehai of tha mi rllip Uiu ht and r-ractlc n work, an1 rte immandad tnilnttiwoiki tenw $1; apjl at l.Vi lM.lr-M, llraoklrn, mhlilac'llS - , al bUWlNu MACHINE WANTED AN OP a' r on Wtwaiar A Wilannt kwIoi marhioa' a lwrd to wirk on inut ra TnpU aud andarataiid wet mttinf-crr'a'T'd: al vrrral balaten on rw on da Aral 1M Orchard . 6.10J.O SEWING MACUINE WANTED LADIES V l-arn t Oixsrata no gmtara, Wbaalat A WlUoul a4 vtormiuf aitoehlnna, and practloa till iailjaid M ihoa work, all tha aoaaoa aad arar? aart learnad Mrfit and r'aoromnidrd In alaaa vfwa laarood, arm. ft. Aim xwtnt narhlnaa (or aal and to M kaa,at 111 Allan it. prarUaUnoBf. lH.ltt.l4aa ,P IWISO UAC1IINE3 WANTED. LA dim to laarn to op rata on oln'r, a.id afhMlm a 1 Uaon. and llnwo! aing taachliwa. Ttflnaror alL mo 1 M J.. AU kiudj of wwind machlam U laC IB! n nxnrr . to.iia.'Mae SEWING MACHINE! WANTED PtU ana who winn lo laka laaaaaa ao Blotar aawlat oanhloa Tarnia aa?, and practlua on all klndoi arark. Almrro,d 4awantoWarn thaDantalann trad, kmnl'w ltio. l-laaon iU M noor. ls.U.i4aa ESlPLOTmrfT-Male. Ctn.M t 1 uh i.man wanted a ci.d fvi m,n. ' r (rr-vnmin, who tknrouhlruadar tatit t 1 ikltina. lii.kl.iir and flnLMna of coraeta, em f"rr f a-d tt miinn hr a,! lnariof a lattrr to A. II ' . b X llT.'t lt alMrw, N. Y, ,1U6,I D kAiiui).-4 wanted for tiIe u. L a nur -aNl nav. with aatkma and amHlaa In abultii aiTord toarh nnMia. For parttcnlaraj ao-mir. at n'3j llvunrt. nri- 1 umaaich rt. R. M. LA.. UK. 1,1 Uilt. ltd Caralrr, rarrnltlna of 6cr. tBb4a4aoltl rnxz hakes wanted a mak wno VI andpntandi tha tnannfaetnra of whlto a Ina. to a Into tha cnintry 1 Ubral wairaa and Ktaady aniplof Mat f Ol IB K10H0l,ll,m Pearl t. mhl )4aaa PEDLEkS WANTED-MEN OR DOTS toaall an article In great damead, which ptjri n food profit. $1 will fuxnUb a luDayr: any ratn.lnlng nnrelduay I ratal aad. AppkrVoOoari WMrrtl ftva, bear Crt ton .t. HroakUra P.l.d.8 PICKLER WANTED TO 00 TO A tnuth.weetarn crty and take ebarite of a mtnu I actofT, a 1m reon whothiroiiihlr luidviatanaaaTery Uilna rria'tna to tha nannfartnr of plrklea. catnipk aanara, alo or, hrraaatleallf eaalad anode, d;o (Jond tfurnit minlred. Apply to bAKUKLI. 0(J eofrarUtrort. t,vS SEAMEN WANTED YOUNG MEN Wia-i-In to an tn aa ran pro,re g vvl viraff In mer rhant rn,eM. ha appli Ing al tU iklpplne olUca, IU Bauth it i,p at.lre. mho Mu,e4 SOLDIZIU. - WaATXD 1MJ1ED1ATELT for 11. 9 Army, B" aadaemon Fay from $11 tt 9.22 ear mntn, wtih btard, alnUuna, A. Apply at the niMlpal raWMrmia ! 1 lOatha,- r tall MaelDI i()AL. ""OOAL! COAL! I COAL!! I 4". Jlun. $no. To('l Tralnra Cnel Cartmiui and Pullara K ( Ubirtli. mt Hi rrr ttrart D.K'k. !t K . fir f 9 day. If it 4UJit atari coal. Mraauad 00 the Vtet, at Si ctuih: welgha t a ewrn worker. UTHIVUWEM, HI Waaarla Pltea, ion Wa.t llth at kohl SUe'H-J lit Waahington eL COAIP FOR SALE AT & PER TON, AT No 01 Oraanvli-h at unar Ix-ruy it Wnlatil andquallty warr4iit'd. nrfurfult IhneaaL Allordara unctually attan lad ta. Yard aewly op.iwJ. the 1 af lurch. ,fi r0AU COAL AT XXTSEKKLT LOW a- minia, far eaah, f .r tha anrr hn red an -Mt tat eoal, U rallnd for WJa weak. "M1 J. BPKKHY, in are. anr. vu tall Maaldl COAL A LARGE SUPfLT OF TH E.I EST quality of red and wltito aah nual, rill be a I at the lowrat prion that good eoal rail be bought for, Cumberland fnr bUekWnitha, at yard U aud St Boa watt etrrt, war ChaUiau P. OAAHIRK. laid Me COAL fT-HUT SIZE, STOVE, RANGE r.a nd Ftimaee alao, $t prime qnalitlea al the eoal t an-1 Mn. &3 uunlon , kt anno Funvta and Cbrv4H u-m the bowery. KOWAJLO """ fell kiwllj COAL FAR CPKRIOB JN QUALITY TO luuetal the coal told I u t ilecltr. aud prrprod ei priy I. (anil y lien, la oMVr.l.dH!fver.d, at le than Chaniarketprlott.from yard t'ni i,rand tti Htanton ud 1T1 orchard . (J. I IIKtCll. dri) Jrill llO.tiSin A3U R003IA. AT 6 TIIOMPPON 8T A FEW RE3PECT ableniaTtetn be acanmmntaVI wHh a odbnard or tie wr.kiM.nnuw paring 0 4 .j an a wk fn board. If rrnon gem g-ndfrl. mhs Mu'lM B OAKLING-A LADY WMIIEdTOOn. tain boa'd In the eouotry, at a pi tin eomfort e f.nn boaaa, about half aa hjurailde from tha elty, fNew Jrraef ptrfnmd.) nor one harlne wnch ea m. edarionsm.yaddrrefor one weak, M. C bz lttl pinOlrW it.ting plaee and tarma. Bfernea. at. nojuffen. v,iua a OAKIttNG A RESPr.CTADLK HAN a' d U, ay two alngla gontlamwi ean bt aa ore e.lated wlthwjecpa rial boird; alio a roam to UtwlllMUl board, lo one young man. Ai'Plr II Oicbaid ,Ut,lB XIOARDING GOOD DOARD & SINGLE 'J bedi at liter wek. at let SStbrt. toraer of Ttu-dar -day beard. Si Bua. (.150,4 BOARDING NOTICE IF TOU WANT aad and euhatanMal board, and nlaa. elaaa alngtt roan. O froe IB lo tl par wank, where yon get ail tha anmfjrta of a kanva, tall al 10 Oak at nr fWL -itlt TtiNrT' MidnS TJOAKDING FOR FOUR RHaPACTABLX MJ atnsbanlaa, at 1TB Third are, tar SI a wank, waab and eiogle bad. N B Kntranaa nait the fc aWa. linear, of lTlhjt, 4.yt4aalM VOABD T2,40 GREAT REDUCTION I1 AJ board-Owulurtabl roooa. with aaaaiUwl board WU.9 to 13 wee, urawi pnse. aa H ft, uaia finju ! up, for toaafort good tiring and ahaapn.aa (Lie aar.il aa oihara. a warm parlor artth Bianu. waicuniia an nwu. ana nmi dalua. ehaap, ill tiapaaard rt , near Hroadwar. nmu a JWaallJ QPKCIAL NOTICE aJOOOD CHANCK farer-fSoir la wantof that for sr. PATAtrifa pay. ... UROOSXYNi rlROOKLYNII UUOOaXYllIlt JAMK4 HARRtCaVthenldauMtabad batter, tor. anarty oft Atlactleet, and now of R3 Atlaatie at. op. K1U the market Uiooklyn, taka. thl. opportunity to irai hie eanierou. oojtomar. and tbt p ubllo la gn tral, that on aoeount tk btrd timet, lie baa made a greet radoctton fmm bit fonuer prla. fe hat I for atorlyenldforttlam new willinafor Ai&l. tha dl laat mr t9.lnardrtkatmynldfrt.ndiaui enatimer. jAkffi IIAAniBI, aaa pare anew nu tor at. raiaiut'i iiai at wea tbaaeeet priee. N.kt Frit and Boarar tlata. Cloth, Fln.h and Fan. V fU FURd,Blraw Oooit, Aa., at riall low prloa. ill aaakvfort wvrin.eliewhma. THE NUMBER 8945 ncificcfSR. J 80OTUW0 LKTTBR. 0C0K0I A. FOWLEB,of CruUford.Tlttao anfec date of Jon llth, 1800 1 rermltmaueey tape, that MIS. WIMLOir BOOTIUNO lYRtT, hae an mnpracedantod eala witk BieelnoiBiT euetomara bara aaosrtaloed tti eaurlte. Tble to tlMflrattlma In a thirty-flaw raara drug aojn tKa that I bar endorsrd a medicine tor Intrinalc good ooailtlea, I nerer before tbla arota a reeummwidatlni of any patent medicine. I know not what IU eompoaV tlon U, but I baUma It to perfectly tuu-mlae- aud eafa. 1 know It glvre tba greabat aatlnfactlon to parvute aud tortea, affording qnkfude and relk). vttluut any u plraaant affecte atteudlag Iti twa. Toura, rarpertfanyi 0B0. A, rOTTUM. UailoMnfbnttleeot MR3. WrNBXOW-fl BOOTH Da 8 YBLP are now uew errry year In tha United BUtee for etuidrn) twthlaf. wltA nerer falUuf Relief to ikaiuuTI and in-raw. KM. WIJCSLOWS BOOTHDW STOUT U .uie U aTlat tba bowele. Order, art coming In errry day from dnKrUti In an parte of the country, 'Send me mora of UB3, WINS LUWB BWTIUNU BrBUT Milan of bottUw of lOU. WlrlnLOWS B0OT1IDK1 S"KL'r are auld trery fax la tbe United Stains, Ire oi an eld nnraa for dtoeame In.ldmt to the pa. rUl -f teething In children. Iiere yon bare that eld nun for iS ernta, In tbt form of ktita. WIN5LOWB SOOTHING BYRUP. ItltS. W INBLOWB BOOTUlMa 8 YB.UF nerer fall to girt Immerlli'a relief. MRS. WINS LOWS SOOTHTKCI SYRUP to told by all draiiglrta tlirougbout tbt Unlfed Statea. 1UGI1LY IKTORTANT TO MOTUERS.-KRS. WWSLOWB BUUTlUNUBYKlPto tbt only thing that you can raly nfon to girt real to rourwlf, and Ucf and health to ) our Inlant. MK3.WlNSLOWa SOOTUINO SYRUP hae beta the nu-na of natvrlug tba droupwf aplrlla uf many u-ituirs. TtiliUf-etraa-iinrtherear ta tuw MRS. WINS L0V -i oiJOllUNQ BVEtP, To rrry ru.ilhrr who hae ehildrwa rnfffring from aay of the eomplainte Incident to tbt ported of tavtb ing, wt aay do not 1-t roar own pnladloea, or tba pre. jadlcra of othere, aland In tbt way of tbt relW that will be euro yea, abeolntrly euro to follow tbt net of MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHINO BYRIT. Dnurlrte errrywbera now keep MRS. W1N3L0WB ttOOTIIIKO SYRCF for children toetblng. No modi, cine in tha United BUtte 1U like it II to a aUndard nv-dlclne t and Ita fame wortd-wldt Fbyaklana order and um It wberertr It. magleal tfhett hart bean vti. During the thirty rear, of nnpratedtntod tad la eraaaln poantarlty of MRS. WINBLOWS SOOTH. INQ SYRt'P, Innnmerabla "OoarKlLt" and other no. trnwa, prepared by pretended M.D.X hart rprmng wp and Ured but a moahmon tzfataaat, vhllt tbt BOOTB. 1NQ SYRUP ha. been oonatantlf baeraaalng In fopo axlty, and baoomt a booeehold word and tbneaandj of mother, th.uk Mat. Winaunr for tbt health of tbatr eblldrra by tha net of bar tnTahublt artlola. Whan tbt preeant rata of fjordlaki" hart followed lo tba feotatap. af tbalr "Dluatrlona peadeeaaeora f MBS. WINSLOWS 3O0T111XQ BYRUP will aon laue to bt a popular farorlU and a blearing U trery molurr. None gennlnt onleM tbt fac-elmtle of CURTIS A PKilKWS, New York, la en the rataldt wrapper. Bold by Drngglet. tbrougboot tha world. rVMlrelaflloe Mo. IS Odar .treat, New York. Price only KB eenta pur bottlt. PelS 1 Yfil XOIJBT. FACTORY TO I.r.T OR LEASE IN llronkt)n -bteam engine and fizturee for pale- BuIMIli;, SSbyBu, d.toruw. lit'ed up with w trrclo net, rfi4 aad watr tnrourhnut: laeatd within law III ji Hie mlnub-e walk af Wall aud Fulton at tirrlea. f.i lh kullilln la m atiwni aualna of 111 horae oawnr. wltklMdler of li boraeipowtr, all enmpleta. In run ning uid. r aad nearly nw, whleh will b.anidwlthor l"wut the leva of the building Applr to the WIL MilT & KlSsAM ManfarinrlttIV,PT to Hid Front rt, llrouklj-u, or JOU.N UAVOL, lu John .t N Y mM k4ae11u HOUSE TO LET OR LEASE A FUR utobrd botiM In Ud at bet. Ith and nth erae,wlth all Um mndrrn iniprureaiente . J. JACKS A HON. Uhim and Und Agnuta, U Ninth are. 8.U4.0 H OUSE TO LET IN MRLROdR, COR- aer af Borfou road, and Warrrlr errant, a two rtary and baarment bowa with a t ire attaohed. Itrye gardeu ana iruu nvpiy nn.uanjr.ii; BON, M Knadaar, or on Ua premlaa. 8.1H.T HOUSE, He., TO LET A HOUSE. R VRN and garden, a Ith four atre. of land, at Aidorls. L I. Tha.arcen eontalni one acre, wrll etoeked w ith all kind, cf fruit, and lam aaparun. bed. P m arlon lint AprlL Arply to JAkltd VVKXLlsri, Vi Pinr i. 0.101.0 7r.SK TO LET A DESIRABLE RESI. Al deuoe 10 mlaiitee ride from Jersey City aud J'olyk.n fiTrlx; a hrlrk hooae with ol ao acre ,,fi.r, mn be rented for 113 tprr rear Apply to U. UAlimaciN, lib IfcdiJrd et , from to IU A. M. 4.144,0 HOUSE TO LET FOR t375-A SMALL rtary brick bonea, with baenment nndi-r oollar and articcontalng 9 room, with gaa. gardi n In front, inciluut.nar(lrand. lab eeenfroinll tllli, b) appl, lug at lib Clinton it 4.171,0 HOUSE AND GROUND TO LEASE IN Morrlpanla a bouae and half an acre of grouud ta baaant ettitable for a laniber yard or prlrtta real- avppi a ouruai of naiiroaa are. ana ea k. feid .Jeo'llB HOUSE IX) RENT OR LEASE TUB rtnry brirk dwelling Tl Bleeckrr at ant the ear a Itroadway, north aida: will be altered If dnriredfor tiwlnaa purpnem,, can be BMen from 11 ta 1 n'eloak. dpi lr to Vr kill AKJHXX, ad CUffrt nyri.lla.t4aa R( OOMS TO LET DUSINES3 BOOMS ta bat. at GS Fultao at aomar al Rrdw. Allen Sntelua building, tUeUent light, cb'aj.renl tj rf .punalklt tanaida. mm -.e iva CTORE, Ac, TO LET-CORNER STORE, Jliouje and lo', f jr .ale i gMd k uln. p'opertr, No dt f Irand. iinrner af BmaDi r OI Decnna at, Wlllltm,burin, elll- U.riwK.ki.luM Innlff lakDW. II .-riA-r: -. "" t. -rr' ' ..ii::.. n MM APS TAVUltt, k03 Uudnn avr, Bitoklj n, muv aaao wi STORE TO LET A SMALL BTORE Would kn.we. for a butcher', abop or an r lliht buMo'aa. Apply TiMottat. V,1UM CTEAM rOWER TO LET STEADY O rlram power to kdi Urgt and null noma, wall Halitard. 4U atar vl eat 8, UM T0RE TO LET WITU DWELLINO O room, lo the Mtoalon Building, Id are naar llat ttreet, a good buaweae location Uaut louu. A taoaat eompateDt .o act aa lenuor to tua pniiiiing y"H' Addiea.J.UbozU6. iV C floura, CBt ft wall Ugbfed with window, on tnrne nurp, vo ica wiiu aiaam a PALM LR, mi thepreiutoa.! eldiw, to let with ateam power. Applytie W. F IUIL.ia the Brendan Uk UoIumUa et Ym . lan given Immadiatelr if dealred B. BB TANJIERY TO LE I" A SuALL Morocco tannery and AatupM. aMBltf. av a&la. a ahnrt dlM laaearrom'Naw York, In aflaunahlag clr. where there to noaampetitlon la tba trade, or wUl Uka , WMkJngU'Zaat: """"w "ni'Ml WAGON MAKER'S snop TO LET AT i m !fpI,Zwr&MDmtTa .S? N-J- ' fd neighbor. b ed, )nat uUheJ, and with aa oaprloaltr te bn 14 H 1,!""!u " aalrtattlliiiaiet.bet t aidlltrokak. itl MAJOR AXDERSON A Ilia .la ereroo porkraU of the IUro of Fort Burater, takm Frbruarr tlat n rl.w al " TUB PIIOTUllRAPIII' ACADKVV, Corner of Broadway and HSrd at. Copia. f the aboTe, aard alaa, iar aalt frit M tenia with auta. inrh, MCla'lOl NEW THE NEW YORK SUN MONDAY MORNING, MARCH II, 1861. Tarii as a Crstrti or rvAxukuriiio It (pptara, frcm thepuMithtJ Annual reports that tbt ETtngrllcAl Soclely f Francs hid at wctk durlnir lut ywr, In parloni parti of the country, twdre pator, ntns rrnglltl Anil Uilil resdrra, fcrlr six tttibrr, (malt n,l fo. malt ) itit li iiiu trjiliiM. at tbo iut of l.TstB; fr. i,.Ci,:lt;;.) tint tba n-llpoui Tract SvcUl) of l'jtl.liu.l txirn l. In mniluctinir. It oprratli na, tbo tim of Ml M I fr. i .1 2i!.i.) Andihittho S,litjrof r.vanlicil Mllin f .tul.liflie.l ll.lrlr..n irar.iiKO, tttio h'cll of labor i.tliuiU inSmth A'rlca, hl, ilurin.r latt year, rrcoUct fr tlieir tprratlona tho ram of 1JO470 fn., of Kliuli Ki,211 fr. re ralwd In Framo. IWl.loa lliono. tin re are t wort lior jrcnerul nclrtlci la Pans for ttt difl'itaion of cTiinpllciil truth, l : tha French ami Foreign Ilii.lo Solely, en I tlia Central Ktaprrlral Society. Fact. aactr. talntd product Ilia imprrwion that there icatloied throughout Franoa not a frw wh truly line I lie Savor, and are earaeetly en Cacrd In terklnt; to promote bla cue. In Pari. Ittlf thire Is reaaun to licliere tint of lata Ih proi;rfi of rvanncliial truth has Irrn rrat. Frtin oit of the profV-H.r at Sorlopna, Monsieur Saint IliniRr, we leara that, thirtrtn years g, thertrr In Paris only elglit churrlies in hirh I lie una pel w.is prailHd, wlirrcus, now there r lliirty-ona and that lliereare under rrlulous 'nalructioa by trantliial thuribct In tint cllr, not con. Dieted with the state, twelve liundWl ihilJrrn. Moriarso PltATRR Mprrilil, BoKTOS. Til. meptmKfur praer whidi ha. I.mii hell fur rreral tears in tha ch.prl of Trinity Chirch o Monday morn Inf. Is tustalnrd with undi minished interval, tthasprnroil mesne of spiritual strenRlli and rrfnwliinir to to al who ara rctiularly prraent, and It is to highly pri zed liy tbem they that would Kl-idly aoo their numUra inirraiod. Not a fee" encouraging tvidrncra uf it. UM'fullupa hare Un mult known during tho laet three j ours, and It has tern the trMlmorr of moro than ont now translated to tho IiIommI atwmldr aliore, that they hate found this hour of each week to ta among tha mot precious means of K'aco thit they have eiijo 0.1. At tho lt meeting;, tht Dieliop, who upunlly preaMes, rrferreil to the ulcru death of Mr. ,1. W. ,1am , a wrll knnwn and hlghly-tteemrd liwyrr, who was present at the prerlous meellnir, ami hoao iilaiahasliatn eldom racant sinca it was vi abliahcd. r.AMatii'At, All uirr. Tlie (lurmsa Iiranch of the LtsnjHical Alliiiiice held an itn pirtaut inietini; in Pccrmlwr, at ahteli it was reolted to oritanlre tie Allis're moro fully In Germany, and to begin with llerlin. Thf I'nAirn that Ettrtia llrivrt. '' A hi me n fjrifyr r i. fo rnttr nrifivw, w a mupl drhe It from a tuulW'inr. IEin iokii! Run for it! for ha tint will h io heaven ninsf ran for it. Tha ileil, I iw. sin, death, bill, are all milking after thee! hun for It! rfanjim. At A RriitT Mirun.iiT Mi-ktivo la tkt city of Dul'lln, nearly ii0 young women wtrt prtsent, and nothing could exceed the propriety and etrnestneM with which they nailucted themselves. Many of them were moved to tears during the dlirrv of tha addreaen. Some weroetremvly youthful, and many had all the appcanme of hating been re-pect-ably brought up. Alwut twenty of them availed themselves of the offer of the kind friends who originated tha movement, and wint lothe bouv) rrotided for them UMm DcATuor ArairAt MixioAttir. Sad In. telligenca has coma to luitd from South Africs. Tlio Rev. KainkiiT Miisiat writes from Kuru man, that the Rev. Mr. UriMonr, his wife sn, two of their children, with several native Chrialiaiiis baa been swept olT by fovor. Front the information gained of tha natives of I.jnjanti, who were met by a hunting parly from the neighborhood of Mr. MofrAT't sta tion, it appours that tha lamented mlssitiurlet died in the nnnlli of April. At the Old Sovth Pratpr Msitish In Iiofton. adsyortwo siuco, Opt. HtitriKTr read the following extract of a Utter from a Christian sudor from M intannt t "Win n 1 left the 'flame,' the Lord was with me. I in trodmed him to my sbipmites tha first day, whiik i Ihn only war todo toaiakeit only. Welubllii lto-ton Roads from Fridiy until Monday. Sundsywebad a prayer meeting. Wo had twoprajer meeting, a week. 'lha steasrd riiiiesivd our prajcru; olio of tbo men went ujion the deik ami prayed for himself un til lin obtaireil a hoaj inCiiRiar, and Is now rejiiii ing. We continued our meeting on Sun dae In the cabin, and Tburmlnv in the fore. in. lie. When oourrhe.1 at Mantanzas the lir.i thing wt saw was the uelhel lug on a New Yin k ve ael. There la much Intercut in religion lu this harlmr. I'rsrer mnutingsare hel I three times on the Siblnthand twice dur ing the week. At our meottag last night, Iva mm for orsyer. Last bakbath seven rose for prujcri". A nitiTBR is lUnrin'a MA(it7iK speals wl u just coiomindalion of a certain biahep, who, addressing it l.ira congregation, gavu a roSMin w by collect Ions were so frequent in that churih- '" It is because tho vonlrnutions ara ao small. I therefore hope thit all who are In the halilt of absenting tbem"elves when collec tion) ure taken up, will coma next Sunday morning prepared to give liberally and thtt thomi who bav hitherto contributed will cheer, fully giro more." That shot hit somebody wb'nit was first fired. It will hit still more, as now ret sated In these columns. Cowry.' Ois (hmoh. At tbo age of thir ty two, (Jiiu rru a religious expel leiice i lung el fiem gloom and deepair to the brightnes of Inward Joy and pence. This jpter and hap tier view of "evangelical truth Is said to hive srieeu while reading the third chapter of Ro mans. 'I be words that rlieted bis attention were tho following i 'Whom (iod hah set fotth to bt a proiiiiiiilon through faith in hit blioJ, to declare his righteoutiers for the re mission of sins that ure pint, through tha lor benranee of God." Romans 3 i 23. It was to this paape, which contains so lucid an expo sition of the (ioipel mtho I of salvation, taut, under the divine blerxlng, the poetowoil the recovery of a prc loutly disorilrrml luti llect, sul the removal of a luud from a deeply np prctteil lonsilonroj ho saw by a now percep tlou h'jweln could be ptrdoin I and tho sinner est i 'I tlatthe war appolnttd of Go) was tlmugb Iheg'eit propitlatinn and aiicrillce up on the trosr that taith h'dds the promite, and thus brcomi s the Instrument of conveying par don and eaca to tha soul, (ion'a pRErARAnoxi prut Ills KutorwiM. The four ruling powers of the world, England, France, Rusais, and tho United Sttlas ara Christian. Kuasia has one-seventh of tha lain) surface of the globe, and a population of CO -0W( 00 and is adraui ing with steadiness and rupWilv. The Hrliih empire has a surfact cf 2..(Mi)iO rijiiare miles, and r.tO.OOU.OUO of popuUtion. The United States has A surfaco of our .l.ooo.O X) iurerol,ei, and a population uf IIIIKXI.OUH), and is laplJly lucraaaiug. It Is morally certain that the United Staoes Is to sway politically the destinies of America; franca ana ureal nritain I nose or Atrict, while Britain and Russia are to meet face to fa-a in tha centra of Asia. God has put tha nations under bonds to spread the Gospol. Amtiition lasds them Utxtead their bound, rii-s. The Chrt.tlan na'ions that hava foot hold In t he regions of the Mobsmmodau an 1 pa gan wotld hava tha power to advance. The pro gt ess of their armtwill hafotleared by their com nieice; streams lung .ilent by the blind policy of harltarians, will becomi highways of tradt to the loterii r of continentsj caravans will give pi -re to locomotives, and watery solitudes l whitened with sailt; sluggish tribe, st'mu'a'od by tht discovery of ntw wants to Increased exertion, will be brought Into connection with ciulized nations, and made to rriolca lu in- cruaslng prosperity f And i lose upon the heels of this seeping movement follows ths all -coo. utieiiug Kingdom of the Rolaemer. Yet, It miiat coma heralded by a great tribulation. Sometvennow see its beginnings In our midst f Let us "look up, lift up our heads, for our re. demptiondraweth nigh." t'An'tfiuej Alvocat (V youmuf. Sons Yocrii Womn wtrt badly polsonsd lately at Ntrert, In France, by inhaling the dnst whleh arose from tearing green silk loto strips. The coloring material of tha silk was largely composed of ar-enlc, aad It li likely tha manuiactareri will be prosecute I, YORK, MONDAY. MARCH 11. 1861. Lrtler from Parke. To (Ad Kdilof olAr .vim; rARla, Feb. f.th, Uul. Tha unsettle,! condition of affairs In tha Unl led SUtss it miking tad work with the liltlo colony of American artlsti here, who find it more than usually difficult to struggle with the wolf at tba door, while waiting for the tardy recognition which comes to genlui. New orders are as scarce is snow-balls In June, aud It is almost iinpjarlulo even to procure re tnlltauieson account of those which raty hive leen completed since the gathering cf the pres ent storm. With pur.es never at tha lm-t plithcrlf, iLus subjeited to tha heavy drain of Idleness you miy Imagine that some of tha poor fellow 9 are compelled to make mora fre quent Journeys to tho monl tie pitte than trey would tare to have mentioned) and are bcittl ly agreed In their deuum Utlou of wli(ics, sltvery, the ndminlst ration, In whatever ! It mty v, width has broitftht another unuiiri it crisis upon us 'ere they hvl fairly taken breath front 7. In their common niisTortuna they exhibit a most commendable spirit ef frater nity, and no one of them Is likely to want which the others have a sixpence to share with him. Yet, In spito of the generous fraternity of feeling existing among the American art stu dent! lul'jili, there are metsnchvly ilrcuni stances of neglect and privation oanected with the rtctnt decease of ono of their number here. Mr. It , a landscape p'inter, who was stricken down suddenly by apoplexy, soma two w irks tiuoa, while silliug ipiietly in his hair. In the appsrttnent he occaplml, alone with bis wi'c. The circumstances of his dcMh dld not ram to the kaowlodge of his frlemls until some two days after; when his wife was found acarly exhausted by forty-eight hour' walchtng, without ether food or sltrp, al the ado of her husband. Her Immediate wants were at ore attended too, and through the kindness of her banker, she was loon provide I with the means for returning to New York, While waiting for more prosperous times, the artists are busy in preparing for the French Exposition of the Fine Arts in April or May, and some of tbem have very fine rubjcits on the eaul. How i ami Is Just completing it large picture to ! called " The Pi Isoners." 1 1 is nu Eastern scene of Astatic pirates bringing In a tat loi t t f prisoners and liooty, the gay ostutnes of the ditlvrrnt iigures making altogether a brilliant pile of color. It is showy painting, mure than ordinarily tierce In color and conception. M.t,a pupil of Col li n n, lias nearly aui.-he.l a full length portrait of Coli'Viids, supports! by un attendant, signing his will, which is pre sented by a secretary at his side. Size aerms to li the most marked feature of this painting. IlillMvX Is her, tasting the sweets of tho honey. moon, and recruiting energies exhausind by his heavy editorial labors upon the Craym our New Yelk Journal of art. IIo has a sc ries of Swiss subjects on the stcx ks, as tba re sults of his last summer's ramble thrrrigh Ss soy and Swltarrlaad, In lha company of Juiir li is hit. The only sketch which is safficlentry adv anccd to speak of at present, Is a v. lew of ii.LlKl't mtmbar or tba Biatt Ssnata, ami mauy .... ... ...i ' .. -t ...tit. it. rrMiin '! similar pn. uona, basldya many In Alpine grave-yard, under an algullle(or noelle. like spar) of tb Swiss Alp. It Is one of thosn sombre subject! In which 8rli.iv.AX delights; the aiouitft rising In the middle of th picture with the last rays ef the letting lun falling oa tt, and the whole fore ground of the picture In shadow, makes altogether as melancholy a bit of landscape as one would w Ish ts sea in the-ai theerless times. DtuCiKK is painting Small figure pieces, with some tins fits of coloring. lie it a favo rite among French artists. Caovkl. has I eon paint In r soma Venetian scenes which promise to be the best things ho has et done. Satiuri. ('ii.hi l!t Is busy on Spanish scenes, fur which he made sketi his last summer. Young Yrwit., a pupil of Ilu ks and of ConoiB, Is gaining much reputation for his

admirable copies uf Host lIoxiiyi'R, his orders for these giving him, ia truth, loss opportunity for attintion to original study than is advisable for a young man of ao much prom ee. Ri.sv HoMiir-rR, by the way, is hardly painting up to her reputation of lite, bard work sooinlng to Uave'c-Auauhted her energy and rendered her careless and c'eili lent In spirit. She has moved to Foiitaiueblcan, where rheh.it a farm lu will, to get rest an I country air and exercise. Dana, ofD.wtiui, has been making some I iihI'i ssi studies in Normandy, and Is wotking tiii this material. IIkkiham, of Helton, hat ttttu doing some vtry excellent copylnj from the Ijjuvre. Young Col kx, from the suno plaic, has gouo Into the studio of Luvipim.t, A muEg the French painters, Cocront has rccentlj ntuined from Sanlls to Paris, where lie iiitriids to ret tie If be (an liud a studio to suit him, as bo Is thoroughly tired of bis coun try life. I btlleve be Is to have one of tho rooms lu the Louv re, to finish tho two paint, lugs ordered by the Emperor the Departure or Volunteers from Paris in Mi, aud tho Christening of the Prince Imperial. lUuiniv Is painting a rcunrkabla picture of Ciitu- loiif. Coni'AY in the bath-room of Mar it. It la a picturo of Intcuso cl rauiat Ic power. Ca LIMK, tho Swiss painter, who had laieu given up to die from "fatigiioof brilu," brought on by ovtiwoik, hai derived so mm ti benefit from the baths of Livtune, that ho hopes to return to hi., studio this winter. W. ('. . Tha Free Academy. To lk LJilvr oftne H, I', u. In your is. sus of lb (Tdk of Frh., yen publish a couimunU. lion uudir the heading Fiee A Adeniy ia Ihe In tnsiuusciy laaDaika, lo which you aay. ' Yuetberto aOciidauippeilunliy of Ihi kind to Ih few ibil din of lab ir, who do avail themselves of It Is a stitficltnl ground to Justify the outlay, or whaihsr the Acad.uiy Is ao managed aa aatusliy to open ill btotfil lo such psraous, are dlssinot iUeelloaa, wbteh dtaai ve txsanination. We ekall b nappy la prouiele It by oetiiog ur o iluoius so oy oa wbo esu throw light Uon th utJi I." O lu grannd f Ih) se ren.ni kt aoJ bttsut I havs lha true Inter, eel. uf inai luslitulUn at b.sit, Ibaakliur yu lor lb pr.vnege, I would Ilk to pieatm! myviaws on toe suiijecs,ait, saving grsiiiisata iroiu sua attt. amy a'ir live yars cuuis, 1 bv a kuowidg id iU piaueal walking. Th oomrniuuculioa wblcb you puMUb cue t tits o kirouous, Ibouga I euual admit, a vary prsvslsDl id of lb dsslgu cf this Insulation. Ii waa w.1 oteigued as a o,mlar chanty,' n was funr tnean! that au loildulioo ehculd o f ,u-dt 1, unenf I' leijulsltr. uf jtiaxc to which should b uWiiufiun. Tb meoioiltl prssanwd la th I, v lilamiatoshow Ik raasous tor 1s MavUllhiniil asys i (la i f tb important ohjeult dealgnml k bs se ctiied by ea'ablishing a Frs Aoilacn la, lu brlog Ibe advantages of Ut bt.l educitio'i that au) school In our oounliy eta give within the reach of aflthetbl'drcnuf tut city wboMgtnm, c-.pic-tly. anil drill uf Ultlcioeuls St. such at tl raiidar li lesaonably certain that they luay b made, and by cch tiii aw wtu'd txauui, euUiiully utful w t clety H tuitbsrlt sail "AwlW chjscl of Ibt pro ps sad Fnt ISBUtntioa ta, la creai an addltiuoal intaiett Id, aial nior onple'ely poyulaiU tht Oanos Bcbonls, It la bellevtd thai suib an In ttiluticn wcu'd ilnuuata trtisof Iboutaads, wbo Bi'L'hl ott.r enter Inl i Ibis A-.'.dtmy, to ad lltl and tnauatry ud greater tdvaaura wbll In Ut Cmu noon aoboi la," Tbsl.tltr kaaua.tnrat, thl lb Aoal.iny waa to kaMfil only Ih poorest clan of sucietyj ssxat ly, that II die not Until this, but only th wealthy rlat.; thirdly, that for what tl doe aooom plleb It Isrolneedtd.bnl'btl share areathar la alituti) stiWiieul fnr Ibts. erda. Th writer do, noltotlhtijonrrw, but Ibt "jsiorer ctoswa," y.l, bt aarclopmtal of ui lit, whtskld What w4 Iwodue lb greeswr Imontslen. clearly Indicate Ibis idea ea bis. The studied oontiattlng of lae clam inlet ded, with th wealthy! to allusions to bt "sleek and faehtotuvbl Drofeatora'. ( bould tkey be of tb poorer tlaeaea elavf ) tn la ag-e ra lulrsd far admisaion a. betef that al which lb bya will lie romnellrd to labar for their own and Heir parents aupponi So lha Academy baiaf .up. ported for I btntlllef the rich by a fa on IM lab of the Ivor (Di I llie t tit l no of other and bigbly eudowtd urtilaiiaii.i clearly skow thai tba writer, whatever fiTtti he ut. Meant the poor. tl clasata. lie tally Igtorea the ciae by whom the institution was intended to be, atd I mvie atallaale: that elan which I Vary lain and ex. in. a .nat laf utict In aoclaty, v.s in middle c'a.a. i'lie want iklended to Iw tut p led by this tn-tilitioti was, itntu wuer.'iy li o.e noaMn 1 1 avail tStmsaivss of tba txotuig lueaue of cuui. teelueaton could teieiv. a aouud amle ataict eJucat on. It mallei id not what thee .use of I've luet'i II v was j whether It teaa'.Kd Irom ananiliite vveutof luetu In llie parent, i r from! naert lint tirts to ind tr tei)iilsile tumnt of money when trty had aimndarr. Tea orlrluatii g Ides' of the Aiatty, tlial lbs welfati4 Inecoaniunuy da petds on its t aligbt.t meut,d es n A tiscesaaiily or in faoiOenam. tuij a nwanaofali 'attngfie porat irtvtn rssnar c'nnsra, but of doipg this to "n't rlitr.," whiih 'by ik.b aieana wou'd tejm. etnltieiiy useful to S(iy" lu fact, the aim -f t is luuadai cf this InstiliKloO aeemed so tw, to In crtaae lb tininber of Untie who all mid raealre a col'eglate aduiashai, by rlT-ring IndiH'ement so silent it acqaULiloa. The only Institutions which I know uf similar to thl., ara lbs Natal School and the Waal Point Academy. No one aieana li say that these were for the bentfll of any one class, at regards wealth. They wer founded film anaiis of publie pnllry, which demand for th tupplj uf the Nary aad Army, mea wail Sited for then poets, whetner they lia uf puor or r.eo ptret Is, Slid li i ffef bsliicsiuenta so prepar for and en'er Ihrse l-ranuee of public eeivue. Bach la lilullons are na neieeaaiy lor the purposes of gen eral life as Sar these patin ular liratona. Hull wnitiil here in-ntln one fact t that la the stlsterce of a Blu ln.l' Aid Fund In the Ae.dewy, This Is a fuml made up by ire voluntary e aitrtbu tlofiaafthe sluniid, and the abject of which It so aid those who are tin isr toartl Inemsalte of Ihaadrsniageanf Ihe Academy, srrn al the little ssnensa u, w nteeesary Nrsl, as laihSMOutid Id's, v s tt al it doeenol I ewtii tbe"ihllJren ef Ua for." F.ren In isa eetiae thai t bare ehewn Ihsl ho usee that term. 1 will not admit llie aserllon he ruakea, that, '' the children of the poor, a. a ge vaal thlod, are not to b I und r n the ca'alogue of tt rcbolaia." t speak from es-ieniial iieurf. tip of larg. number of it sludeula I kuow that tndmuf these are of ptor a ente i ttat aoma uf them earn at least a nortl in i f their sub.ikl.ne by labor out of eo lege hours t that others ttctlte ed f,nm friends and that laar-y ait lhe-e, steriftclng eaa and tba euuim at p t.suieaof life, whlh II ey might uidala by enur ing ma etnlile Hie, In order thai they might gain an tdiicav1 m, ,o far arethev fiom using the Acad emy aa an " antt icrat.o lux try n Not, ts to ibs thlid hits, vis - bal, for thtt which It if'staii-'iranllsh, it la net tweeeeary, but that tbt re are other tnel.tutu ns aufllelunl for thoae eists There la a huge cl.sa who can e?ad to go through i ollstiii, w Ian tle unl i . ndittun of no d lag It, that 'their parents can furnish them UiS nitaos I eotMuet al ItO'ae,'' but who would never d i ao If the tiptnise were anthlug beyond that tf my clasa, 1 ej,ek with an almost Kaillvcetlainty, wren I ssy Hut unl uf 41 who g'adi ileil. II never could have availed tlitmsalvta ot Ihe brn-nle ot any ttherrolege lu Ihe untry, simply oa acoounl of Iheexiierjse of so dunig. la the claas befute thl. enn, 1 may saVly Mf thai llier were V3 out of Ihe It. ainnlaily eitusttd The alumni numlier 1 JT and the priijsa-tinn In lb InsUucee given r a flr atandaid hr ILe taal. TLtr ra many others who have left IwVre gradiiathin, and carried with thtm benents tfetlveil there. Bmo f royieiit frten-l may atk lui It Hilnl So Ilia ruira. Could I Intro auc bun to our ftluiuut iouliy 1 Ui n.4 Leiiaie to say ha wou'd be aatisfl si. Bus we have tad betu in ailetence, as yil, loot irou,h lobe able to point lo Ihoa wbuliaveiert tbtlr nanee lu kiatory. Tbar hv beau only A classes g i ad uased aa yet anil the averag ae of our Ahminl, Is alsml 4 al Ihamotl, and Iherefaie I wlllbavasoriuret blnito wail awhile ami eota fotl himself with ihe aeaut aoc thai be will per s-xsr nsssa Te can toim to al leael Hi clergymen fllltrg poeltlooe of uaefuluess, aud aoiueof them, of erutiunc In ecs letyi c ne oounpying a blghps. eiilou aa prur.etor ur toatneiu.viiia ia.u i luat etui prtpailng for, lees pulitlc. yet no lea haaoia h's isltlina. Ts d Bioultlt. .landing la tht way of fn ernes of this froti th elaas In suctety from which most af us con.e, mak our prog.ts tluw but no lee .ur. The Bannnniit) Family Salt. Judgment was delivered by the tribunal of tb Seine In tin) Ilnnaiuirte-Puterson case an Friday, Fob. l.t. Tho Court declared that At the object of tho diniand made by Madame F.I I.AHHTH l'ATl rsi! and JrKdMK lkxt r.vlilK, her sou, was the liquidation and the division of the succession if the Princo Jr. until, who died on the 21th of Juno, lxiji); and, in.u-111111 li as among the grounds of oppo-d-lien to tho demand Is oun that the claim hat hcin already liulge,! bv two divisions of tho ronttil ilt fu'mill'. ilited'the Ith of July, 1KH1, and the "Ih uf July, l"ii, which proclalmml the nullity of the marriage of the 2llh of Do 1 1 mtn-r, lnliH, nmi lis Invalidity even as re gards projrly, the Court added i t ill. iipeiliei.lelsivaaltto eiamina Ibe valid. tty i f turn flouid f oppuaitii n inasmuch at if 11 le well fi oued II wcui I rttuOllsli a pmwuiptorv eicttloli to Ine piesnul deiuaui, and It would nn loliffer teamg to si a littiuutl ! examine Ibe otter groiiads of uctsstlai, or In dc ale whether Ike inairiasT la is t nu 1 for bating been uoutrartsd In a tltlrtine tntbnor, or Wbithtr Miue. I'ATrta HoNiou'd irylibe. nsl ra 11 In the legal ai ee I on of the ttrin, or what etti wy sboiitd 0 ftl ttlbuti d lo Ibe die rets ot lb 1 I'll and liOih Ventoas of the yeir l:t; abd, In Has, wueiber tb paH'essiou uf a is twin elatiii.d by tie psriln. rapreeented by M IissHTia dots tad tntt au tnsrgal e, lixstsint am luuuleal csitra lion n lu Ibe eirrple fat I of Ihe Muond insjtUgs e'Mitiaitsd In IMji tiy lMnu Jtaoutaid tb 1'nis.ssa Ctiusaiaa, of Wailtiw l.rg, ou the r.lib uf lie legal no i-exelauut tba first namlatfe . and w hell er, eoustipisntly, Ik ti ll of l.'ailv. glvm to JgxiaarsTStt'n be ao coidiig to tba iiabhual it Attuna of life, partum. laily wleu it must be reioiltcw-d thai to aluOl a ilesr ilgblty bisHl. wuud, on Ih pail o( lbs ii-ililitu tsniinf Ihe aeeind inarrlsg! b a denial or Ihtlrawu .'egitlmacy n Tlio Court tben referred to the 1,.110ih ant l,.'l."ilst articles of the Cwlr ffipnim, and hov Icgrciiipilulated all Ihe facts of the enst as ktati 4 by couuiel.lt ducland that tbt deiauud uf Madame fclUARrTH l'Alf.nsort an 1 her on Jkriiwk liosKi'AKTC, aro nut admissible, und must lie rejicleil, and urdirml Hint the present Judgment slull bt mentioned on Ihe margin cf tlio .lent dated the llllhif July, lMitl, lontainleg a declaration of the accej tame by JaauviK HuxAi'AHra of tho suioesd m of Prime Jsiiomk. The Court further sel- temed the t lannan ti pay tba en t. Ntw atlueialDUowvertew The following is a cordoned auount from a rtceut uuinla'r of lha A'un t'run :ttfi .Iff a Cult finn l, (f riih veins uf gold ar.d silver ure lalily discovuiel oil tho eastern sluH) of lh hierra Nevada range: ".Mines that bid fair to rsual, If not tnrpiai anvthiog known In the history of C-.lifur.il i are now I ring ojened up In Mirlpusa and Tulare coumics, In the southeastern section of the slat. In tha Coso district, In the eastern portion of Tulare Lounty, the gold tnd silver ores liave assayed at tha rata of 4)1. iOO to 0000 per ton, from piecei chlppetl off from th weather-worn outcropping with sledge ham mers, crow bars, ic. Jlut as If this were not enough to esiite the cupidity of lucre-loving humanity, a startling dUHOvery of gold suJ ilver bearing antimomal ore has recently boon made, specimens of wblib have boon assayed at San Francisco andyleldod the astonishing amnnnt uf more than sixteen thousand dollars to the ton I This extraordinary 'lead' ll In the bands of parties who, naturally enough, do nat court publ city in regard to the locality of tbalr splendil prise. Ursulas these d. riling discoveries), tha Mono Lake district, whu h is located at the Junction of Calaveras, Mariposa, and Fresno counties, is known to bn a prolific field for mining ojiera tions, both In silver and gold t while It has boen demonstrated that the vast mountains of quails which comprise tha greater portion of Mariiiosa county, known for tboir prolific gold I yield, are even richer In silver. A rh h vein of silver lias ien traced acroritne norm cavern section of Mariposa county, on bothside uf the mountain range, which laid to the belief thtt It Is tba Initiative of a vsst bed of silvi r ure on tbu ticst side of tlio Sierra. I a ( davcras county numtrous discoveries of extruorlnury ticbnrsi have bu nude, and it Is further Ut. d that dUcoverle bate lrn mad as far east as tbo Mohave and Colorado rlvirs, which promise to bo of vs.t Importance. ibe invar lean in oianpo .. .. -fomewbat runautlc history, as told by the Alia t "The sliver lead, it Is itated, was discovered tu loiti, but the dueoverer waa unaware of Its natare until last winter. In bla wanlerings sboutMsriposa, wbirehsntlued, h at differ ent timet i,rosexteal, carefully matklng the rock he returned with. In lo.'a'i, while hunt, lug he discovered v, hath thought I lie a lead tulua. Jitpotkta4Vlw proiwxt, but, ,lj',gh. SUN. PRICE ONE CENT it of ao value In comparison with gold. In iMiM he went east, and remslnet with his rela tive., taking with him bli collection of mina rals and gold sprlmsns Last Febfusrr be law a specimen of Washoe or at W. T. Colr mar A Co. 'i in Wall street, and remarking tht reMinblAnce tohiiload specimen, procured a piece tacomnara with hbt own. If was so well satUGd that thtywera identical ia nature thtt be bad each assayed, and his 'load specimen' proved te be rich silver or. Keeping hit own cotnset, he rets mod to California last spring, and baa nt the Intervening time In retracing bis footstep over the chemical and chaparral bills of Mariposa, and bis Investigation! hive resulted in his discovery as above named," Mining and scientific parties are now engaged In exrlurinc t!ieso now mineral reizleas. an I the stream of adventurers It already setting eastward, across me nicrra, irom in souinern country, snl next spring and summer, that whole region will lie idled up with eager trea sure hunters. Frcm these new discoveries, California de rives sllitional resources and importance. Fresh strtams uf cmigatlon will pour into llie state, and a new nd'inereandirnwlu will lo imparted to its industrial and commercial ac tivity, while the commerce of the world will lie stimulated by th Increased production ef the precious metals." Cxtmiaiil, Alfred IIohx or CixctxxAtt has Jmt ra turned Insil Aikansat, wlier. by Speculation, he amassett the sum of 1, . i. Intteid of depositing tho amount with Mima bank, he plsced it In the hinds of bis wife, as holog a more secure place. 1he other morning the lady decamped, taking with her th money. Mr. lions courted the assistance of an utlice'r, and eouuht all afternoon for his missing wife, but without smcess, M THE TRIAL Or A POITnAVIT fAsr, It llengor, Me., the Stroud wife of the defendant was put iiHn the stand toditprsve hit identity. Sho said she married a man of that name, and that the defendant looked like the nv in, but the could not swear it wit he. Iter own doubt ranted none in tb mlndi of the jur,. Calaiitfti)f. A VAlt'tlilR llonsp went mad a f'wdiys sco, In Mtdfurd. Miss. II bit his kcenor. da'hed his head agsititt the stall, and broke bit lower taw in attempting to mmwhia own hoofs Iwfore ho died. The ritri'Ai. jr t-iTirr sk Stow which Ins fallen In the north est this Inter, gives rise to apprehensions that there may b a general Inundation uf the Mississippi duiing the spling thaw. A Mll.Y-r.ntT neiTrti Mai named Utn. RkTT, who was latclv wotking near the ed te of a prrrlplie nc the Men el river, Cat. Tlio s'or msa la his nil had a leg broken iu two places. Scientific) Items. Pno-IrtTIXll THE 11)T1S)M OF SlIIPM. A composition fur protactlng th botum of ships, aui th tr stnicture of boa, ka lately Ixen pateuled In F.nglaod, Th nianu'sctursrs of this ntw arllelt ua bar nl ilsy, l'gharg, wbll lead er alno while, alatp ta or liver sand, or calcined Hint, tar, or bitumen, and arsenlo. All three msuria, ar ground together, Unst.d or ether sultsbl oil I ddd, aad Ik wbnl I eipoetsl lo a heal of about two hundred and tan degree. In om case ih oil 1 dissented with, aud a greater ijuantlly of bitumen used. After tb ooiupoalllun ha lieaa haatad utBcisnl'y, naphtha or other eplril la then added, and thl U applied In a warm tttt ts Ih buttom of Ibt Iron tblp or other itru.tur lo be ptotsctsd. Tb vaJu of tb oouipxitioa do Dot depend on say precis piwpartlon of Ik evral logredient of which It 1 mad, though tbt follow. Ing It round tht moat suitable Ten parts of tb but nl clay, tight parts of litharge, fsrly putt sf whit Ita! or alno Ule, fcur part of ss.d or fliut four of lr or blluutan, and two pari -aaalc, la sum cases, two psrla of su'phst of slue ar added, end. If ll b cles red to glv. th composition a good color, flv tails n( vnetlo red ar added. Art'ARATis son PcRiFtixo Water. The Iiondun T.mrs says that water imprejast.d witk lead may ls made wholr.jia In an aasv mantvae, vis, by means of wall burnt anl aal chareoal, which may I need either In Ih nianutr of wb's. Ing ion,mrnded by He. Faaioav thai Is, by atlrleg up tl c aroisvl In th watsr nd allowing llto.ubtld, or ly O.lerlng in lb water tbrsugh a vsal coDtalatug th cbroiial In ciair powdr4 Ao p aratua In a very peitabl form hae btea recently Inv.niel for ILe purpose of applylvr ebsr erftl lolbpurlflcillinof water from both lead and organic matter, aid tb te,tN wbloh have Dees, read show Ik pp tral u tl b remaikthly wall dptd t the ptirpste. Itcs'aeaa'.ly bs attacked bilbeaupply plpt of a iisleni, and Ibua uaad at Ihe lime of flawing llie water. Tue euwpoltlon Ibiiaussd apurtPg inallum Ita mlxtnr of almal charcoal, ailles, an I Iron, acl ltboughllts sufb.Uttty srou t nult of water paelng through a rapleiy as by any known nielhud of filtiaiao, II doe n-.t allow of Ihe Imwrlllt. pats. Iratxg btlow Us 1st erne surface, f em which Ibey ctnbe r.im ved at buy lima by means uf a bru.k er clilh. 'Ibe to'icHty and ladtalrnctii 'lily af tbla put If) lng medium ere grest. Ill c'.d'ntd, ea to pit vent ny lutUdty uf deterlonllua or gal- til gout of urdtr. Mac ins KitT Five Maiufai'ii iiixu Pater. Tb ordinary ot nstructleu and anaugement of maoblnca Arr h nianufaclur of paper, ara familiar to all. An tuipmvsneul, however, has bean tffi .4- ed, by which just prior to Ibe pulp leaving the wire wtb, a vry higrrlous a raugoment la mad in lb naublb, with a view mor peifsctly tu extract th wtttr, 11 ouuakal. of a uatal box placed undr Ih liave lug wtb, and communicating with thre pow- rrfu' air p'lui ps. These plinpl are Ml In medoa rytht sVaru tutflue, a.il pMdil-t a powarful ta- lisui inn scuaui la tba Ik.j. Tat l lis I f Ibis on ft aoitrluccinibmt lajtr of pulp 1 to tuck lath alrr. and to canto Ih n ires nrj eiunpletely- to tirlaiw un with nnrll er, Th flrtnnsss of t-t xiur of Ih piper Is thus materially promoted. Tb fftptr now pases between twa roller upon wtb of fait lesvlng lb wtb ujion which it su ioducd which returns for a eoiiUnutl frtsk sup- (. . Thiae rollers ar cover! with fait, and ,uets out jonsiderebl ijuantlty at water, and h paper now bocorae pretty Ann. II Is, how ever, slid w-t and utiSl lor any astral f urpo.s, and il la therefor carried n between other roll.ra, wllck glv ll kddllloaal pratavvra. Hut no aiuouut of tote wbleb eiald bt x.rtd by yUni'ert, would hi tapabl of atlrly removing tbew-ilt-, a-ij rtadarlng th pipardry and Una. An eddaltonal (cs-ct hi Ihsrsfor brought Into re ul- Hon, In order losouompilah lb desired naL Tl damp but toleiably tmoolh tbtel I r tool red by tr.e cyllidar rtvolvlag on its sals, but ob.rfsd with high pietaur ttetm. Tb best thus comma-blcalddlstpttMlbmolstu- at ate im, sod th lpilbecuasiapldly viy Marly dry. I a order, owsrer. toeoupleu It lltovr several ulnar ylltd.r. .iiallarly baUi, ud fl tally euargt. in ui lb Utt of th ssrla a beautifully whit aa.cib and t ratltuou. ablel. Frelgu Itemi. mm in i nix's new Tabernacle lu Iain loo will to-t X:,fi00 contributed, it il etl,atd ) .itout one million frsons, ItnMOTlvrj lu i.f DRIVKRby American snlhiacite toal, are U-'ng crtutrncted at Ivy In Force, urdtr Ihe dirtcllou or a t'Riiaiieipiiian named Miihoi.laih. The Latiit Stcam I'-roiie A new kind of steam engine called "I'enduloss," working wild great itonomy, hai been Invented In Eng liud. A Exatisu CovirAitr ll tpgotlatlng In I'pji t, for tb parihase of th laud lielongiag to tb compsBy for cutting Ut canal to Sue, for the cyltiv allon of cottou. Tbrweatrvrir Hatti Is slngulArlyevan and ceitsral. Tb ringt of temperitara dur ing IKx-rmbtr wai from 77 and Hi degrsas. During Jinuiry It wis. from bV to 81, RATES OF ADVERTISINQ. Ttatics toun n adyajicm. i Adiawaaaieuas .Fm avary aVOCB UpTCsT, Sfeka. 3-wr? "sawn ae day M tastwi tw davaw. atkSCS ZLlV'mA fan. I Morsthlr T!J ! .u . ii- -) t wm ruww ur. w4Qej ataQansm ens - kawaawA al aatanasaaB Hon. Adtwrtlaaraaw. JJCZSZ K M. Tkla saankUakarssn Urairw,Tow taiSwanway lad! suan-aaaiaLaaai1!1.. aat . .. Camaia txroRTi arrvally atremt SO 000 . Ojsl cubic feet if timber in a rough Sta4an4l bonl dOO.is.noe) tmt, bogfj maasurs, ofiw lombcr. The revenue derived by tba Prorlae. dnrinjc tbe year 1C0 for timber trot la th psjh. lic forest amounted to alrout tMO.OOO. A nrORTCSATR inoELEts Doaaar laUlr walked Into a blickrmitk'i shop in Devoaahirw, Knglanrl, and wai shod by the smith, wfio rap. posed his matter wis In attendance. But mas. tsr Ixrng Lars, as soon as ha was hod, seceded anil has not siiua boen beard from. MlRDFBS ART AS RtMSnotT A RVFR (a i lr. Ai ordlng to an itlicat retom Jnst pi.lllilie.1. bnfeurrth.nl, in homicide war) c n milted inthat benlgkteil ntintryduringtlM f Iti0, asulbrietit, evidtbca that they ara le amsbauvblr rarengiful root.l thev war f huadred years (,o. 'Inr rtA'Ttso rr rew otsvfr Rrrui nssr Niw Hnchrtle, In rranc, Is turning ont ad. in ul.lv tll. M, Costf. who wss trie propsc tr r if the fvstrm, says that vthe'e tkertwa not a I gU mollusc of the k!bd, tier are now beds ti rty for market, wtrlh sixty millions of Irene, glvleg employment lo I bousands of per sons. aallSCellaBrjOIUI IUdu. The Psrxsti VAfttR ATt then ti n tratb In th rep-irt that Miss Lasix waa married ba fr leaving Washington. Ihe Ns.w Havsx Clan e Co. make CW itotVs -r day 2Ji,l)t 0 per year. The paint ing rf the glats doors ll a ei ret. The TMknRAm iaiiik over the Ohio bo tmrn Ixiuisvillo and Jtfforsonville kai broken, for tbe seventh time. Colorado axi NavAnA Are Spanish won). Colorado Mesne colored, generally reddlak, and il Ihe namo given to several riven ta America, Nevula means is while as snow. Tiitnr it ts rrv.t a sxow nntrr this wlnUr In Morth t'r nwny, N, It., en high that person standing on lip could look down ths chimney a ol the bou e near by, I'tjtiHi.t hi ax Avium ix. Oporue Cot. tun, au American, who had Wen sentenced ta death for revi bit Ion in Chili In 1K.VI, and wboaa si litems was afterwards commuted for impris oiiini nt fur ten yeurs, has lately received a fall vn don. Tin CiioiTtw Vrs-s .tales on anthoritjr ofa illlren, that there Is in that county "a rosletf tt cow klml," nearly 62 years old. We know not which la most rtmatkabte, th longevity uf the animal or tha euphoniem of its t'ostgrmtlnn. llAitvAitn Cotiror. The Mv-rrirrsetU l.n'li-lstii'e haarhrsen for Overseers of liar val.l College, Messrs. II. II. WlirELWRtrjirr of Ilosleu, Tinistvs Russgi.Lof Tauuton, AAA FRSPt it of Ilrnlntree, K. W. CniHRER of Ilarnstsl.le, and A. A. Mivsn of IVsitoo. liiRorrsTtii the IxiiMxtrotis iroTRT. wers ptartled one night last week, by ths fforU of an unsophisticated )ouug country girl ts stsba aiM-mnn in the parlor who had tared Ih r from her home under prn"s of mtrrlagm. Prrfetring matrimony to death, the knot waa tliii aud harmony again rattored. A Hiait CoMrilMXRT. An English wriks in Illackwcod's Msgatlre, en Ironclad ahip ef uar, rati to tha liriiidi Uoveramsnt l "Call In tbo mcih.inlc.il and engineering skill of fire it Ilritain and America onenlv lis th faeas of all nations, aad let oilier s match us 11 tbsay A iirrtijlviar saiii orc R to Ids son who utsA to stay In ld tats in ths morning, "Ysor hrotln r got np this morning at Ave o'clock, and found on tha ihlewa'k a pnrss of gold." "Very well," replied ths lazy young roan, "if tats tawr fellow to whom it trslongs hail remalnad n Iod I'll ten, he probably would not bars lost It." (J UNO TlllKtM OM Tttie MlLEAOE. Thg, milt sgs from Oregon ts ,11,000. Ta Preai. ilenllal electors of that .lata would not acre to st ud on of their number to bring tb elsctsv rat vote, but all three rams and divided ths) fl5,'0( between thorn. On drawl Ins whola from the treasury and Ihen sharss it with bin nsitoclstoi. A IIarh Hir. Tlia San Joaqulii 7'tnuUtccn In describing Ihesntlcsof a crary Chinaman, who "hopsil bn otta leg, whirled, shouted, nd sc roamed," adds, " W did not lupwii bw forc tht a Chlnamau had brains enough to be ro cisry." A CvrAMOi xt was kili rn a few dayi ags, rear Wallpatk, N. J , measuring 0 ftet four Inches in eitreme Ungth. For ntsny nights lefor he mads the neighboring wood resound with bis crie, aud wa. so ferocious that he had inmtncnccd an attack on the f arty that killed 1 1 r. - . I'dKRit in f iiMvtsR Axn Narreki ix Wis lilt. A gcualruisn In Ciiiclnnatl, a day Of I wo since, was litvlted to take a band la n friendly game of raker. "No, I thank you," said he, ' I plated poker all one suTmer, and hud to wear nankten pant all th next winter. 1 liave bail no tuts fur the amussmsnt since.'' In itxruiiNU ein-t. for wh-t ta called "rtraw color," raiss it to a red heat, then I lunge it Into sil having a tempsratar. of 73 c fur purple color, plunge it Into ell haat t i tu 200 i and for a bluo shad, ths oil should I o 212s Fall. Ibis method uf tempering with watm oil answeri well for steel wlrs In coll, costly tsr ami dies, and cutteri for gear saw Hiucs- I'oiiti rate. Three poor hard-working men, named Mollis, Hlarr aad La Rashxet, hav iMfcnvered a quarts vin near Bloomer Hill, om tho North Furk of Feather River? Cal. 1 he first day nl (liscmery, Iwfore noon, they pinned oat sUiut or.s thstifind dollars, and alihough Trr litllt ground lias lawn worked, they bav a rssu ralizl iW.IW. F.I'Iiaiior ix CoxsECTic ct. Connsctlcnt lus really H' publlo schools, and about ens hundred tr- aind chlldrco, lietwten tbe ages tf four and sixteen. Tb state has school aa. I'Ciniitsdatlsii for alamt to,Oou children, at aa Annual expense of 1 100,000, or fa to each, ihiM. Th average alitinhmce, however, la but little over fifty thousand, l'tutTiVE Si a ei The Washington Star !' The ofhVers, detectives and rollcs hava l en rather active lately In enforcing lb fug! t.vc slav law in this DistrUt. Within a few days several fugitives Iri m Mart land and Vir ginia Lavo been rt-enptured atd returned, or te now awaiting the order! of their maatera. Tile. Ko( iiEXTrit rAPERimnounca the death at llornelliville N. Y., on the -Ith Inst., of I'ai.v in UiukuiH, formerly of Rochester. Ua was one of ths earliest pionet rt In western Ntw York, and was captain sf ths cautl boat. Young; Uoiiof tha West, which conveyed Da Witt C'L.nron and suit from Buffalo lo H'W York, with their " Irottle of wter," to cnncl thai waters of tb urper i.hs with tb. AtUnUe, at tbe great convention en tbe 0rolag of th trie Canal in 1 Ml. A GinwAif NKWsi'ArER contain! ths fol io ing aivertlsimcnt i "A girl of good eda. i-aliiui, of strict morals, being extremely hand. some and of enticing manners, conversant witk tbo l lug vt hotel and tavern account! and apt in serving at tsbU or bshiud ths bar, wish es a eituatlsn u barmaid or waitress In a rait road refreahmest room. N. II. bb can cat 22o piece I of brsad and butler, sf satisfactory p tsraccs, out of one pound of bread and iw tUiicci of butter." Mr. J. 0. Ifiotiips, livipo near Drtdgst Cirtk,WIf.,onscvetln a few weeks sines, hsard an tiuusual noise at ths calf-pen, and upon an il g out found that aomethlrg like a doaeat vii Ives were tciitta plating an attack opooths calf, Upon tir approach, thsy ratrwatsd a sin it dlsUi.cs. Mr. U. li a good ahot with a rills, and ih first dterotitd to sboot at least oi.e uf lit Intrudsrs with ber husband'e loaded nil . Upon reflection, she put strychnine spots st iu aieat she bad tn the buuse,and gave ll to ber unwelcome visitors. Upt n th latum ot her Uutband, wbo waa abssnt the ror part of tbs evening, bs found twelvs wolves lying; dead within a few rods of lbs lsoute, A urn li WiLnrxq-ios (N. C.) look tauugh of bit mothtf's roocey, on Wednesday, ins l.lih ulu,tobuy two amall ahot gun, with wl Ith bs axd a companion went shooting. Tba guu of bis companion accidentally exploded, hooting DuKeon in ths liead, as U wss cross ing a Uouk near the town. The frighten.! bty ran htm, leaving Dicaaos burUd In rati atd water, lie was found en tha WtawRW Friday mernlng, still alive, aad lived till 8a. urday, when bs died, after rltlng tb asaaner tf tb accident. IIU li log U ths mild, dying; I'most, for two Bight and a day, wai Awful. 1 j;