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J- 1 V 0TLSTTKR8 WCMAINIKO IN TH BAIj LOR POST-OFFIC2, April mh, 1863. Olfi-f,!y publUhed in the paper having the largest ctr- c ulMlon. .attars la tat fallowing list, wUl plM V. er adTrusS. Hhrwiatta j may ootreiT to J""' Mniu HIT LAPIW LIST, . ,.. garth W bump MP; 11-1,1 .I"''" ' ' ' aUy"'" E lfllU Juli B,.cbMary e Ji " T . I B -J, l,n Butcher Mr H j,,,low Mr. I .,mii ' All Cjo Elieu i ,i.:iii'y,A!ie I'r.-if'uoii Oath I ,! rjl Matilda fhrk Jan Corcoran Mary le ' "t u N C..ri. Jn , Cl.rk Eliith Cun Ami Caleb Ann 4tlllir r Ann "1 Cv.ner Mry I t.iin RachI (.r..'.iett Virrmia Co tm Mitilda I ot,-.or Mrs l'o" Ellen M took Eller. truMr Jin t, ;,; Sirah Ellen Cromwell Crolia Cuckely Miry Clerk aj- . , I'uuilun Bridge lMic'ry Alio Jl euu" M iry A Dolf Mary Iio.l'l"" A"" lie l)if Pjkes fcl"'r IJowniulSi.lli'- L Iiwtrr Si L A IMck.oa Jii 'i A IUUne MrT ifoieC'ih 1 .Imul.J lilt " D ji( Miss ilietta 1 nois Mn Martt Jiminor.s Mrs Hea- nelU E v..,.r Mr Cath -'i;iinimoii Miss B fi.cher Louisa C KurrestMr M L FurnisMrs V Puller Mis A S L'.ritfiiD Mrs S PuaterMre Almedla Pellf r Mr Jo.n KeeuourMite Marft Kotton Mis Elu Kurbr Mrs AltX fnryMis Marfaret I arter Mners ('iT il John t anull H.t I'aree Ofo K l-'trre.l Prnc Cor Curie : CalleaGe! iFord Pnuy Anas M . . I'aroho ' ora mm 1,Yeel. lu Fi.hMmM 'Ford Mi ... strati T A iriirew Lucreua A.&ram SiH" MriK Mry Bridget r .. .. K.i.T.A ' if r Jan ;Oirr Joeephuie il'ibesm Mn Annit (Griffin Mr tllea Gray Alic tliala Ann IGambriUMiuEmil jOraat Rachel Id rare 11 Mia Mary loraAl Mr Joanna lliruea Mr Marft Galwaf HissDeiriV lUunther MnCath jOlidna MriRtbit 'Gilmer Mix Mary .uomee a Joanna " "V r. -.'...,. m;.. M'lltHlliB KMU'ltCU Huftiee Mi Eliia HeinnickMnW uH Hurries Mtt Eliia H-o-t-s Mr Sarah J, Holland Harriet Hart Mr Sarah J Hurrial.n ilarv Heekett Miu Mary Haraer Louisa C Htrt Mi Hat r Mints Catherine L . Vnsci'la IHuieririhu-lnr ,.irn ... ---- Eli.h,h a mil L.11CH I Hayn Mm EUlblh Heuaersou ounn Hirri SIisl H K Harthroa Mi M L Hughe niii Aiua necderiek MJia Uaekaan Elixabcth Joyce Mr tlllubth Iniiaa nirl v Annie JnaMrEUiabetk Jacka'Hi nun M'pie JhDOB Mr A n. Johuatou iail Johnson Mr Hanna Jaeobaon Man k. Kojnan Mia Juhii b.oipe Mr lUixablk Kauarnao mitry n Kennedy l.lltn Kent Mr Mry E Kenndr Miu Ad Kealer Miu ane E Keorh Miu Cain Kory Catherine K.n FJirabetll Neil Mn Ellen Neiaoa Alctada Nichol Delia Nawbory Mr OliTer Mn Marin O Leary Mia Kate O'Leary Mia Kale Pluinmer Nancy Pope Mr Susan Putder Elisabeth. Perry Miu Mary E Pinder Mm fleeter Parker EliLibeih Pnlley Mary Aon Parmer Mra Elixa Patten Miaae Pumphrey Mre M A ritnamra Uaiau Miu MaryC Retiaker HopMa A i Raiam Mr M.ivey Reilly Mia Mary Kaeaton l-tuist n Reilly Mr Ann Ruchard Mr Ana Riteharda Miu U A Ritcharde Miu C A Raa Mia Emily A Ruaaell Bridget Kiisa:l mary U Rnuell (Hits Sarah Roler Mr P A !ieles iviarrret Sank Miu Ehxabta Slack Mr Jan M Shields Mra Agnes ?cnlnta Mra real Skinner Hirriot K Slater Mary L 8lsnaker Matilda Sjndle Mia Busan iicktll Mr Sue Miu Mary Mind rr Ann L Seftou Miu Mary A 8hck Am. Mnri flerame Mary J T Shields Othenue Sheeln Mr navlcr Elixibelh Bmith Mise Pan M Snthcopp Bnrali M Haiith Mr Mury BtansburY Mary O S-ilth Mrs Rrincca Ptrmw Mis Marr Sie'enon Mr aoO .Sprigr Harriet O E 8noef Mr Champ Mtarn i;rolioe t. u...ri..MrJHrbrt Bwart Martha R K.uffinan MiuAnna Teriu Mra Bophy Hiehtl iTiotsa Mil Anna Leonard Mi Cat Tiptoe Miu UabeU Lunib Mr 8 U jTurner tieDecca Lock Miu Annar Tboma Clariui Lynch Ellen (Tredwell Mr Alfrd Lynch Miu Adelaid Tilyird .atheriiie Leadeu Mi Br-djt'TilghioKn EluaAnn i Mra TranftrMiu Roaeita I'"" i..,ll..iMrClniil iThoma Mr Mnna !r: a 'Tmtla Miaa Marv E IMaxwrll Mia i'l'hooia MraRebca Moor Mia Mary E Teal Marjjarette M .!. Mra Marirt Tennel Catherine Maceubbin OTary a. I emiiossn o.ri j Mtihev Rebecca (Van Daniker M L MUelaulin Mary A I Walter Miss A R rvlitcbel a.iiiuirt Matthew fcliininm wnsore wpdu McMulleuMary i William Mr Mare MekkeverMr M ClWhittemore Mr H McUeeMissSarahAjWiahington Mr A MeLeodMr. oanna man McPliersonCaroline Wheeler Mj H A u.h.. Mm Ada White Mr Elit'th McCalvey Malinda Wilmer Amy Elit'h iMarnnMary ! William. JVir.Geor ui.... Miu S.irah Worden Iflre H.eed Maun Miss Oell A ! wir. a unn,r..l.l V. ii'ihetn w nseier uirw ahu MeMaiicn Eliiabth:Well Mr M!ry E Lii,i..u,ld I Worrell MiaaC S ax..ik..n Rririret I Wrieht Miss Sue E m..i .nJ Mrs o i WoifaheruierMissB M,iinr Either C Tile Mr Anna M Michael Mr Elna Zachary Mr Calk Myer Eleanor M A Nalsun Alctada GENTLEMEN'S LIST. AJ.m.Orsoo ,Dem llenr7 C Ink.ter John Al.raTeoJr Pemott li ilmler has Acbison Thos De'Aftamont. J.nkio. Smith Ail.urleeEK K Jamea Jbo W ".-.JH n"7K6, Cf"rA"d Allen J.-r. :D..;..WW J,!i'"!?,? Allen Henry fsnn.ru v..j u Alrr D DeirJoeph All-auh Orifl Uiell JohuM Armur -n Dureey H U A itnwij R E illnnty Moje Auders. a Jas Donnelly Hea iiri.i.i llrk .Doll Daniel ar,l Jicob 4 Duwees Ino C ll.nr. DuiltrJF r,.TonrTO Dude Eaw W A'kn..iitboe Durell Jsnie Arnote ' Appel H Auaten It H A rrott W in Amlryt'P 0 Ash Jaint Arnold James Ballard A H Bamberger E Busey V m Biter Jse L B.ternni W L Bide Use H B.ker B W Bstrr tiea W Biyles Capt J B 'ft Wm Bkr Wm Binge J.i H B me Johan P Baumaertner Andrew Buir M HOt- Birreil Sol Jr Bith Jueeh B...I Snl A Breler Men 8 Brr.rot B t Durbin Du Dulaner Jo H iFiw Jamas Beirmonti W J'Frtei.d -acob Brown El.fu B Foibes A C Bouih Jeseph IFoIck J Beuelnnaii Wil; Fountain Raw Boone A Foss BewereO W Brown Jas M Gardner Wm Ganlner W li Galcher Jolin Branson B:iui'l Gardner ftRut. I) ter Bmb.iker Mar G.iy Ree J L Br... Wm Br.dley friel lince R J Bruwnley L 0 Bn mm J G Brody Kdwm Branht Wm Brewu Ferry Bronkelti: H Bro.,ki ASK bin Wm Braslmari Dr Gullowar Sainl Getire;e Paul R uertuani Lou Genrnagt J Gill Capt II Gillun lleunia Gibson H J Gibsou W m Gill Aaron Jackson ReePr A Jackeoa Heurj Jonee t a. J.hn John Jone J K Juhnirn Nt Jonee A mo .'n Win Johnson W V Jobs sen Dr Th Jone De CI lot W.rE4w.ird l)sn Win Ba.rreubers'er Johnson Wm 7. . .-ajt (..hristian jsrnon un ai DunjJonnO ! Kiump Micdl Duttw James KmsT P H uunne jonn .neenin ir j a Durham Wm Kilr Kobt DunnaTin TiniiKeer E M Dubrert M.u 'Knifsley H M Drain VU Kilmer Men C Emanuel D R Kennedy Wm tin Andrew IKemekerCHC Ev..us Isaac O. Kinr Capt B Kininirt N . Kennedy D H Elliott Ueo KirchnerDrT Khermnn Chis Kelly Johu ; Evans E L KceueCaptS iEichelkerger J King E M ; Kleese Henry I Ely John C 1 Kener Ge I Edwards Alei KeashyChe A R.iin, Cn J n Ehlfs Aaron KckrnerMA BinHrJae IEbrliekAlex KeerAMarba-B lUiroeThoe KelJon Prank 'a' ry B inCtist W jPeutsu Baml Rone A J. rJiraas Jne W ''"lie !ee K.ithrene Ch 1 Hurry John j Parrel I Pat'k KinfThosY Barbes ihas IPayJohn 'KoppelCbas Barnes Ju. W :Palil:tc A anoxw Lileil Patk Lom e D W Fiirgiiieu Ch.is: l.owrr John Lonffpi Wm Loner Robt W Lockridg J T l.ynah j Lur Jo Lynch Lt W S Lvbrantl Itv M son Judge J j Majre J Malone Jas Miccal.bin Tk Malambre J A Malouey Jne Markey W C Me;uir Slig Majreoshin rr Madso Thos Matthew J PalmtrRevEB PMtuon, Ad am a L,cr Pjlterson Da Parker Hen C Paul k Brow Peuli Phil H Pettet Jaeea Heirce S Piaiaoa Thos Pereg oj Cha emnor joaiun Firuse Jts Peck RerThE Pickett Dnul Pell Wm Piersen Nath Pear, e Capt R Pierce Jo PaniBgton J H roiaal Hunt t Preater Kdwd Pric 0 P Preston Dr J Prm Wm W Prout AIM Polk CaptWW PutaeyA WatU Cturillan Jaa (Aninn Patrick U.uior Stenh Rawleirh J H naasm oa pi a Rathell A G Raur Robt Rauscb Joba Reilly O Bepport L P Reirle Jacob Renac John Q llewler A Renahaw T W Reariater P Reamond Wm IRealy 81ml Reail Philip C Rhicker RAH Rhodee T A B irnea Praue Pakob Jehane anerllem t-hs ' tiicn Henry V uaoiiora Area luujreier j. ParrU Ja M Lanb Chaa iRieke; M M Flowers B ;L,ml)JsW IRidler B I Fisher C Lawrence H U Riurrold J E Fialier K .Lsaer A Butt- RisSsu Bezel afienuhmi Mr iFiupatnek JMi ell iRiddl JacobL R.rk.l Kjr I Filsnard W m iLarkia Patrick Riches Wm IrunrtlABl B Fleckeikiline P Leyiiard W P Riley Fraaci JJrsitr Johu B l itchett Avg'e leooara miei jKassil Mr 14...I.. u.i.1 . Fitsaimniaa J Lehoer K .eDar.Roefl John P Bell Francia iFlniEilwd Lewis Cpt G KjRone Ch is C Bjai. Annan Fiiher Wm iLestlyRobt Blonilell len Fiutioimous J. Leper fie A Hflchkr .V.rt Dealt Chas T Btl Joseph B ack Wm B Blumenharg J Birs z Beckett Wm Bani.etl Jo Bliss John U B'-rry Cspt BUirL V Brays J M Bunnell J Bond Ben) Bol.er Jui F Borinr fe. N Lewis Chas Fields Wm Leeentelee Hy r'lynn Laur'te Lewis J C FussellJ H LemnionJa Forrest Leon'd l.indiy Wilsn Freiick John M Lutltjohn Lhs Fnrd arren Folk Thos M Furness ReeW H Frinck Peter Friedel John e osier W m Fi.rd ohn Foa Thomas Lilei John H Littlefield R H Li'cett Ch A Lithy Capt Th L Linthicnm C G l.inttneum Jas Roass F Rnn Ja W Rogers Wm Rogers Oavid Koas o IVI Rolliha ABA Co 2 Roberta Rick P Robina S Robinaoo Duv Robinson Ben Robinson R H Roberts JohnB Robinson Wm Robinson Ja 8 Ottibons Bernd Maill Patk H RharplerP uiiwi rerry Giderd Mr Bruwn Wis M Gipsou Kukert liroiiiiao John uieim Albert brown J.jho II (nlpioWoi Br.gdon C-ii't Uu. ter Francis B'uuia Hhalt'k tisrsuch KieHU BueeJohnR tiorrChisr' BroailesHenre Oopfart I'hri 6r, on Jas E Oodilard Ttio Braceo Edw Uoldaieine A Brmnan Her J Urar W A Sen A tirakam Jaa L. Du. sleyJ ilnndel J iluir,is Wash (if It Wra Biih Nicltolis liris.iin RevMr Brne Peier UroveWmT But'ejr Edw Ureeu Dr JuaL Biirte Tl.uiuss tirime Juraes Brers Win 8 ilireenlaw J:ia B.tueJihn lln.wooM UK t'au.lirll Wm Urearurr Jse f l'uleri Ueo 'Hi iu.es Chas E I'adi- Kiliiel lUrar Juseph t'ulk RoLi W Gray k Mc-t'anuoa itanil I olellaad tjlwel! VVT tirem Andw Itiuild Krasme lleih Jrthn I. Muiitiunn H.i.sen B H H del Vt m Carter Albert H .ues Jas II L'h me I. lord Haberinaan T Ckurch R ibt H imilion Ja Cliurck e) m T H dler R H t k.inp,t a W H.teh Ca Chimhere Him Hill Henry Chi( , n Bale H irritt Jno O Clarke Doct IHawkinaJH Clarke James H.ui Geo W Clsuuee t'raa Hampton Wra Cl.rk John HackeitThaP t'Uik Robin's Hanaly N R V...1....I1 jot nnnrety j Cltrk RS C'o'r 4 Butler C'snUn Time ('en.ninn Oanl Caerry Viif oi.i iiid A Hini Wm H llasiev Oliver Hammond A C llaway Thee HackeitT K Harney Geo B it ill Jamee Corkneils Dr 8 Handy Kdw II Cilidf e P H Hirrey Jiuh Costilew Ter Hirken Cdi Vor.ene H W Herman KdwZ CopLnd Robt Ham Baal Cotner W n ,H,rr.m . 4 Cone AS M Cotinrton A V Hurtkirr Hv Coritran Pat Hirni.(rion A Coe(roe jHewitt Jaceb J voareu tn Corcoran Mich Heary John J r."""' nereey J B Conui Hubbard T H HontRGabtiel Hunt H A Caaaiarhan P n.-k-. a..l D..u lr, B HuOaVaJoba UiMo.H HuulGe.R. Da.uD. Witt Hum Geo Dalla. Michl R..I.. i.j.. Jei Bun, fHii; jaa U ' i a lUHbl Wataan Jaa Waltaa Reubr. Wallace J a Walton R . Wallace Ju Wa.ne Chaa Rohinioa A Co Robiusoa Joo S Russell Wm P Rynoch A W Rudolphi Edw Rusaelle W 8 Saaiders Dr RJ Sands hiram Sampson J.i Saltraicn Mr Warneld M W Wall Alfred Wad E C Sappiiijrton Jfl Walther Jacob Walter. U K Way Ueo W Wauon J T Watkin. Jaa Warneld 8 G baueroerrJ IJ Seebeck Hen'y Ward Rebt W Webb Jaa E aim Lonraa o Meeliwld Henry SeantnssRubtL) Shertier Jaceb Sbtrtier Abra Rheixe Heury Sheppard Tbo Shotts Dan I Shaw Dr D Maccatneh W Shetton Philo 6 Mason A Co :8hirlT J W MandetteaaH Pliowd Kajled Mahsrjohn iBik.ames klayneeTer iHmclair Jacob Mashom Her Silinenor S C Maul Brother Siuiiaer sNathl niaishall w U Skinner C Marsh laiao IHimmoiia Thos Marli'i Isaac S S mpaanaRoas Martin Jas iBIude JohoL Mead Prank jSi.orb Hendr'n Melody M ila i Smith Michael Mehluie; Juho 8malley nieiijersrir w w Melar.caa U H Modiraa Thos Morpf o R W Miirtoa Jokn M.ihler Jeremi Vioran Joha aap Mnntar Bern anon tieinricn Slorran Harh Vooo Wp p MariartT Cpt Mssat, Tbo rViorruilsn Co BtJshu Ja K., W 12.... W Mooiehead W Storer H Moor W N Meioney H J norm jno oi Moor Oeo Morrsa M M BVlailer Johaaa Myers Ed 8 Marry Rich Murdock Mr Mulleaii J W Myers Naihl Mnirhead K Mury Math E Mnl'en Capt Mii;l M B McElror Math McDowell ii il -ie !nea H Hexier MASoo; McHeor woira a j Heller L CollmsWm Hellweg Aag Collin, c iHecoi SUma Cresuon Tho Henderson W J.rnnT B Hitrarotaa O INily A S". Lieut Hi(h John W Nichols r. " niues join.ssai H. Howard Jaa, Jr nsiare n. a Hopkiue Basal Hoptwall Jaa Halt man Joba CrawUrd Bsn) Hook Jo A jariioB Edw HapkinaJW Crawlse H n.i- i-w. "rilS JO W J-ran w Joha Hintoa Monro Nichenoa L C Cramer Tho vnss r M Crai( A Criv.1 H Crismoad I Crooktr lsaaa vrsaner Jo HollinaP W Hopoer Wm Nichols R J Nepley E C NllMU Alata Newkirk BenJ Naall B A Nicaala Danl Nicol Ja NoyeitGea newioty Joe Olir JoaaB OberB J O'Ceasill Jaa Or a Jeahaa Oram r C 0iar Jaa nturm jaa Paia Joha A Park Robt Pairaa Feaa L Part Joha W Parana T Capt Monarty Capt Stewart Jbaa 1 nomsa iStsrm Hiram Morin Joa M Stewart, Sir- enr A Ca Stewart Ja Stewart W Btewart Uns old Strassburj 8 Steen Jo Stiles Trios B Btrr O R Stnbh B O StTtoo Dmeid Wm Still Hnry Stroud Win Buuaa Barrl V Sweetsar M Swinaee E Spence'E N Bpaare i. apt A riparrier 1 bos Bpaldmr Cptlt Spaulding J ii Smith Oldham Smuh Israel X Murrav Rob R'Smitb tiearr Myer Jacob H 'Smith kBraui' Sa.ita Wm Smith Hopkia Smith Capt A Smith John H Teal ieor- TlfairTh McNeil Berad Terral Nih Ceeiuer Jas W Hart He K B MeManoe Pat ITaelor O W Cooper Capt Harbaae-li Bn McCanns Wm Tanner R W CouaeyP.tk Harri Sea) MoOaniel Mic Taylr JeaaW i .mn, nirin4ri aar n pi a ma a oa jo ran joenua n Mr.GifBn U W iTacaar R W McDernott Th Timai.u I W Muter jThosnpsoo R Me A lister Pel Tborr dkju Jno Hcllxcj Rooc'b McDonnell Pat Timbr W L mWalr .'oka Timann aeon MaCliatack i jThamaaCaciaa Ja iHeuialcr Btan MaVaiak Ja.a iThavmnaonCaut ratrics nendersoa i f MiCun Hy U Tl.osoa Allen f Ja TJa ThnmbletJasK Thompson H W Tilysra rtJIW Tolsoa Dr Geo Thorn peon Edw Thompson T H Rev J.Thayer G W Tegeur tie Trayr r Traaamaa Tasssy iTraey xrott Trowbrnlri Norfolk Jno Wrarstr Phil F O'Brjraa Miel Trau M T O'Bnaa Pat'k ITredwell A M O Idham W m Tucker Chas K Trouiaer Q AP Trtiair Patk Tocker Ja . Vena Joha iaciat J O Vaa Onaaaw Vsa Allen CD Vaa Bkkelea RL Wilkin Ja waiiing rr OF tttm W a WW Vft4 VOL. XXXII. NO. 132. Wlch Ben " nite j K w Wtissmaa I O Wlelage Ger'd WichmeirLnd Wiaebaarti W n eppeimin n wise Kobt i o WeldWmQ Wiaon tie R. Wheeler A C iWilliama Geo Welsh Win IV, ilium JaaA Weather Oeo Wilsw H H Welch R M .Willi Rrlaud Wheeler J F& Willaon Ed Wit8 M Will J M Whitaker8H Whittemor J Whit Dar A Winchester W, Wright Wm WelmaoEL IWilner Fredk W illiana (J T EDUCATION. XNGLISH AND CLASSICAL wrirntittni; Wo...lrar1i;H WoodwardQro Wood R S Wolf Ales Wright E Wright John S Wo'eott SB 8H Williams John Wood John F William Rich Woodn Wm William Wm Wood Dr BW William G N Young Capt JJ Wilsou Arch TOLg John Welton Wm J Wilson J H Wtiite E H Williams WT Ynmig Wm Zelxener F I ITIAL3 A B C; heir of Capt Richard Wtlaon; Preside Type Union; Corresponding Seirenry Patrick Henry Society; President Baltimore Prinfrs' Lni'Hi; A T W; T W; S G H; heirs of Capt John PhiUi,; heir of Liem Henry Shrnpp; heir of Lient Joseph Wet; heirs of Lieut Win Burr; heir of David Hopkins. C-Urop letter art not advertised, bnt a mannacript 11 of tbuee remaining on hand may be seen in the lobby of the pert-offic.- JACOB O. DAVlt'. P. M " Hi BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS, MOUNT JOY, 1-iANCAMTKR UOPNTY, fA. The Summer Session of thi Institution will commence on the FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY. The location in easy of access, li-allhy and pleasant. tjrpensct. ror Hoard, Washing, Tuition, sc., in the English and Mathematical Department, $65; in the VlitMSKlCai, S7U. For city reference and further information, address Wililj-TuStsl'.t' E. L. MfMlliE. Fh?munl I 0(i GREEN ACADEMY, a Uoakimnu r-cnoui. -Ll r l.Ul BOYS, ts loeated at Uie head of LONG i I KEEN, its niilei) from Baltimore, and rive miles from rhrriiix Factory, on the Baltimore and Susquehanna uaiiroaa. this- lnstitutinn is aesirnea to oe prepara-tunr to Collea-e or Mechanical or Mercantile Pursuits. Summer (Session begins on the 1st Monday of Mar. Number limitert. Terms for English branches tlte 'SO for Classical and Mathematical; no other extra. For particulars address the Principal GEOUGE MOR- Klnt in. feweet Air I'ost-oince. lialitinore county. Ketcr to Kev. Dr. Plumcr. Kev. Dr. liackiw. Rev. Dr. Ileiner. Kev. Isaac P. Cook. Robert Armstrong' Esq . Tlnmias Kelso, Esq. ai4 eout'f r K 7C H A M B E RLIN 'S COM M E RCI A l7 CO L- W. EEfJE Permanently LoratcdSo. 121 BALTI MORE rtTKEET. The Course of Instruction em braces DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING, and its application to various departments ot Commerce and Trade; I'ennianhip; Lectures on Commercial Law; Mercantile calculations, anil every oilier Drancn per-tninini to a practical and thoroug-h burliness education. r or particulars send and (ret a circular. Business hours from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. fel-4m rTUIE STRASBURU ACADEMY wUl open ita 29th a. BeeMoii on tne aa 01 ma nivs.i . The Academy is situated 8 miles South-east of Lan caster county, easy of access by means of a daily line oi Mages' iroti; uancaxier. aim oy a une oi cars maiuiii several mii uaiiv to ana tnnn ieamon riace. on ui Coliiiiibia anil Philadeltibia Railroad. Strabunr is very liea'ifiy. Students supplied with bath rooms and tne jfeiu'r:u means oi neaitii. i.atin, ureeK, r rencn and Ui-nnan lansrua(re;: Mathematics, and all those sciences neccsfary to quality young men and boys for the sophomore and junior classes of our best colleges, are taugnt. rrencn ana uennan spoaen to pupus learning ttiese languages. t erms, per sestiion ot a tuoniiis, mciuain? noara, Tuition, Washmg, &.C., $o0, payable one, half in ad vance. The Principal will be In the city m April, when he will call on any who may wish to see hun. For particulars address JESSE OREN, M. mffl ewt StrasDurg, L.anca.jter county, fa. OPENING OF McELDERRY STREET-Crrv Col lector's Ornt'E, March 25, 1852. The owners of property binding on McElderry street, between Monument and Jefleraon, Woolf and Cannon streu. assetied for theopeningof McElderry street,are hereby noti nen mat tinier fnui uiu-xaniKiiui are paia uu or before the 27th day of July, 1S53. it will be the imperative duty of the Collector, agreeably to City Ordi nances, to anvemse uie sa;nt-. ior sait m-lm UM.'Vrtit.n miw AKii, jouector. OFFICE OF "HOME AND FOREIGN COLLECTION AGENCY," 2U3 BALTIMORE STKEET. EXTRA PA Y to Officers, Seamen, Ordinary Sea men, laiiusinen anu ooyn, who nave w;en in uie srr-vice of tlie United Slates upon the Coasts of California and Mexico since May 13, 1S4U, is provided for by the Acts ot Congress ot August si, isaz ana oi Aiarcn i, 163. We have now the forms prescribed by the proper department, and are prepared to prosecute such claims upon liberal terms. SPRAGUE & ROOT, aa-im i 202 Baltimore street. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. StU.1LED PROPOSALS will be received at the Engineer's Of-nce, in LEVVISBURC. Union county, Pa., until the aay or npru, itwuiu, ior me ASON RY of that part of the -S (75- QI1KHAXNA RAILROAD wbieh will be between the boroughs of Sunbury and Lewuburg, a distance of about ten nines. ... Profiles ot tlie line, and peeiiicatiqns n me manner of eTeeuting tins worn, will ne exntintua mtne saia oi- liee lor tliree tiays prior to in.it naie. The line will be dirided into sections of about a mile in length, and proposals may be made for each mile se- pnTm:iy ir ini uie nunr ""m. ProHMHlK may state what proportion of the amount of payment!, il any, will be taken in Uie stock of Uie Com pan y at par. a-tZ4UI I n. t. tvtvrwttu, r.iignieer. CITY CLLECTOk'c Orrit'K, Baltimore, April 14th, 13.13. in confnnnity with Uie provisions of the Ordinances ot the Mayor and t;ity council ot Baltimore, the undersigned will offer at public sale, at Uie r.xehange, in said city, on MONDAY, the lbth day of May next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., the following ilejiei ilied property, as per Commissioners' return and plat tor closing the Old Joppa lioail, unless the nevera! sums assessed upon the respectiye Lots, as benefits to be derived by llie holders thereof for the closing of the Old Joppa Koad, together with the expenses ot advertising the tame, be paid previous to Uie day of sale. Terms IjiU. Assessed si Letter A. Assessed to G. McComns, fronting 17 feet on Wolfe street, running back to Htar alley, and binding; on the souUi side of said McComas' rund $14 00 Letter B. Assessed to J. Lewis, frrvtUag i7 feet on Star allev. runniiisr back to Wash ington street, and binding; on the south side of said Lwis5 grounii $14 00 CllAULEd HOWARD, apl4-lm: a City Ci-IU-etor. flT COLLECTOR'S OtKlCE, I1ALTI.MORE. April 5, 1S53. In conformity with the provisinusof the ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Ital-timnrp. Ilea urn Irtrsiiriieil will oner at Public dale, at Uie i . i- . : .. . 1 ...... .... rin.lV ,K . tr nXCIlilllKV, 111 B411U till) uu a , ? citv. oi May, at 1 o'clock. P. M.,the following desenbod prop- erty as per Coiiiniissioner's plat for opening streets, ior oiiening Hamburg street, unless the several sums as-sesewd upon Uie respective lot as benefits to be derived by the holders thereof, for the opening of Hamburg St., together with the expenses for adverUi-ing Uie same, be paid previous to Uie day of sale. Terms ca.-h. Lota. Assessed. No. 6. Assessed to Solomon Philips, fronting 12 feet on Charles street and binding on lot of Peter Lear $U No. 7. AsseHsed to Solomon Philips, tronung ia feet on ;narUw street and biiulmjon lot first described above 10 60 No. . Assessed to Solcsnoti Piiiiitis, fronting 12 teet on diaries street, iiiihuiib uii mi described above, and on lot of Jas. Gray.. 9 00 No. 46. Assessed to Julius VVUIianL fronting 30 feet on Charles street, binding on lut of John Kiekert 30 00 Mn si a,uiim1 to Julius Willard. froiitnisr la fU on Henshaw lane, bimling on lot ol Levi Hogue . 16 '6 No, 89. Assessed to Win. Linton, trontiny 14 feet on Hamburg St., binding on lot ot Joseph Holmes. .:' aS-lml fI 1HA?. Him imi. i iiri-nn.oi.y A VOID ALL ttUACKKKY. ANU TAKR MEUI- SniderGe. 1 .S?J. A.'V.V,V.v Vtvpvp ib ppap MlleVeuH-S 1 TU?B IN PIIILADEI Miller Henry B-.eie..s Hiram I Contain no mercury, anu wni cu t y..u . "" yv"" Miiier M.thfaa fliSwart J g sumption. Cough, Colds, Liver Complamt, Dyspepsia, (rimer H:ire Bteelman J J I anil riinous ii-.iniui. Kkad amd Profit st it. io you suner wiui any pain? If you do, nse nr. nose s rmii s.ur. h 'i'..ho..i,i stum Tlimnt. Earache. Stiff Neck, or Pain in Uie Face in a few minutes. It cures Quickly, Tain in the Stomach or Bowel-s cures Chilblains, Corns, and any irritation on the feet. It acts hkea charm lor Pains in the Side, Limbs, or Back, and for Lheums-tism from a sudden cold it is magical in its eflects. Iu bottles, at 13, 25, and 6 cents. 'n... U..-r rnnuu SVHCP 1W Till WORT.D. Dr. Rose's celebrated Cough Syrup gives immediate relief to tne worst Cough, whether Consumptive or proceed-inlf from a cold. It allays any irritation of Uie Lungs, and fortifies the system against future attacks. In bol- T.... a t xn la Sktfeil 1 . FO BlLUODS HABITS Anu DA 11 muil.-li uu are bilious you require a purgative medicine. If you . . kai oriH vim should remove it trom the sys tem. If your Liver is out of order, yon will have ccld feet, variable appetite, and a yellow skin, rake Dr. Rose's Anti-Bilious, or Railroad Pilltj, and you will aoon be relieved from all bad feelings. In boxes, 13.SI and 86 ceil t. . a. enn rinv For sale Dy v.i. n. un.'tw ;.' k HATCH, and C. P. RCKIERS &. Blto., Agents, and by all the Druggists in Baltimore, Washington, Alexandria, Richmond, Norfolk, Pittsburg, Annapolis, VVim-hester. Frederick. Harper's 1- erry, &c. iul4-4m iPpCREVFlG IN THEIR COMPOSI- l lOTN. Their navor is agreeauie, iiht umi Port wine, and exhilarating, bnt not inebriating. They render the appetite strong and hearty, invigorate Uie digestive powers; render the circulations healUiy. and altowetner iiiipnai wic muc rjwm. bottle, taking a wine-giass full at a time, before break fast, dinner, and neiore rns " u rrnucra uie Plexu'n clear ana rusr, nun inaim on runic fe-iing. Personal refen nces given in the city, vouch-u. .tni nri nop for the above cualitit-s. Sola WHOLESALE AND RETAIL by the sole agent for the State of Maryland b A I'nilrltnnt to tha trade. yjjf. ivi?ifi. U lml - " DR. S. 8. FITCH'S ABDOMINAL SUPPORT ERri. SHOULDER BRACES, I N .11 A L IN G TUBES, MEDICINES, &c. The utiuersignea in tends Keeping a geoeriii asjutunrm i mc edies, nseil by Dr F. with such distinguished succt-ss nthe cure of Coughs, Colds. Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases, 1'ilrs, all f emale couipiaiiiia, c Dr. F's Supporters are the mt perfect ever made or now known,perteiUy supptrung the bark and abdo- I men. curin KUIHUre in itai-s miu i vni.urv. i p Bowels, Weak Bleeding Lungs, Falling omh, rXc. . I n. Kihfa l.pr-mrt on Consumption, for sale s. V TlsT t !. A. A UK WjM-IAI Aavut. "ptB I No.JO.N.liwirner.wHtghandLon.bardstR., I u I annai T OGLE'S AJ ft urrrRif HAIR DYE will convert arav ot red hair to a jet black or brown, the mo ment it is applied, without staining the skih. no-GLE'S HYPERlok FLUID, fiw tlie growth and pre-SojVation of tlie human hair, is without a nval; and his AM.UUH, or aaanng ...... - - ?,T ..-JZZz?-, .n.r.n.-n fahavinvi a decided luxury. b6gL&SHEBSI0SE will, remove freckle from For sale bT the lace in the wnortest ponoio tunc. -rr.r,TfMi.,i V Ni VV i-JJ la....--u.a. .--t. . BALTIMORE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1853. GAS FITTING. A'. 60 HOUJDJIY ST. Tbe subacriber taken thia method to inform Ilia menus uiu uie puutic gvueraiiy, uiat ire is nuw prepar ed to m up, in uie most utananaai ana worunauuae aianiier, Biotw, lrwei lings, Jnurcn and t aciurus, wua aespaicn ana on Uie moat reaaunaDie terms. WM. Allien rlula. ITY CABINET VVARKROOMS. The subscribers have on hand aiauuf act urine a larre assortment of CABINET FURNITURE. UPHOLSTERY FURNISHING STORE. The Fiibxrntiers Icpl-p constantlv in ore n enpal assortment of HOUsE FURNISHINO UPHOLSTERY GOODS, embracing jum Air MAi t.KiAii? ana j runnimgs CORNICES, Bamld anil Ornaments Carpets, Oil Cloths and Matting Buff Holland mid Painted WINDOW SJ1ADES FEATHER BEDS and Mattresses " 1'iaiio and Table Covers - Kunn'ure il Cloth and Damasks Hearth Rugs, Door Mats and Stair Rods PAPER-HANGINGS. LANDSCAPE VIEWS and Fire Screens, &c. j. u. . w. HULLAMJ, upnmstewni, ap9im 87 Ualbmore St., opposite Hollidny. NEW PAJ?ER HANGINGS STORE-AO. 24 HANOVER STREET. Wist Sidb, Bitwhek Gemitvi Jx Lomsasd Bts. BALTIMORE. SThe undemgned. having entered into CO-PARTNERSHIP. under the firm of G OLDER at UNDUTCH. and taken the above store, will keepconstanuy on hand a cnoice asponineni oi r reucn anu Aiucncan rAixu-HANG1NGS, embracing every variety of the laics styieii, to which they invite the attention of their friend and the public generally. Prompt personal attention pant to the Hanging ot 1'aper, and purchasers can Ue- pt-.nu n Having iicrcraiue rapert, etc., put up in a proper manner. From an expenenee of many year in the business, they flatter themselves that ihey will be able to give ample satislaction to all who may favor them witn tneir patronage. KUBLUTUiiLUisu.Jr., ap7-lm, NICHOLAS H. UNDUTCH. rpo THE TRADE. LARGE STOCK OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY. L. H. MILLER ir CO.. Importers of Enirlish and Swim WATCHES, and fine Pans and German JEWELRY; also, nmuufacturers and wholesale dealers in American GOLD JEWEL RY and Sterling SILVER WARE, are now prepared to meet Uie enure wants of the city, and Southern and Western dealers in WATCHES, JEWELRY AND PURE SILVERWARE. ALSO WATCH-MAKERS' TOOLS AND MATERIALS, of our own importation, from the most cel ebrated English aud Swiss Makers. This branch of our business is under the especial charge of Mr. Chas. C. Nuitz. WATCH-CASINO done at the shortest notice, and in any style or destgu to please the fancy. ALSO WATCH REPAIRING iu the most skillful manner, and at the shortest notice. Dealers are invited to examine our extensive stock, when inducements will be ottered and our terms made as lilieral and accommodating as those of any other nouse in uie unueu ciaies. L. H. MILLER & CO., m23 6wl 277 Baltimore st., comer of Charles. GMRST PRIZE MEDAL. J. First Prize Medal awarded for, and "Honorable Mention" made of the GLEN FIELD PATENT STARCH. at the great exhibition, London, and is now used in the Royal Laundry. Being thus doubly noticed for its general niverioriiy, (a mark of distinction conferred on no otner. i uv uie novai tjomminsiouers ana j urv. i rom amongst tlurty or forty exhibitors, sets it far above every otner oi us competitors. This Starch has now been in use in Baltimore a year, and has received the turfiest commendation from all who have useu it. Among the many tesumouials of its menu may be tound those or Madame A. Khune, 55 Liberty street, and Madame A. Lize. 79 Lexintrton street, wl.o use it in their Laundries for the finest fabrics. For sale at retail by the Grocers generally, and at wholesale only by the agents, MORTON & LATROBE, ml3-2m, 3S Lombard St., cor. Frederick W REMOVAL ATCHES. jfWUIiRY. SILVER WARE. SPECTACLES. AD WATCH MATERIALS. CHARLES BLAKE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SIT Baltimore St., Sii Doors from Charles St. r aAilAUjJ CTAMMLhUNU ftilrtjjiArtf. Keeps constanUy on hand a good anf well-selected assoruneiii ot FINE GOLD AND SILVER. WATCHES. got up and cased to my own order, and such as I can warrant to keep sooil time. Also, a variety of low- ericcd WATCHEcs suitable far Oie country trade. iuzens and Watchmakers generally will find it to Uieir advantage to call and tee my stock ot Watches I would call the attention of citizens and dealers generally to my stock of JEWELRY, obtained direct lrom tne mauuiuctories, sucu as laentiemeirs ana toa dies' breastpins: Rings; Lockets; Miniature Cases: l 1... .. 4V.I.1 nn.l :f....P Thin.!.)!... l.ioM. lldi:tici, uiiiu nnu iUKI a iiuiii'ii. : iiiiriii., Pens and Pencils: Gold Guard and Fob Keys; Gold Guard, Fob and Vest Chains, of every style. Any style of JEWELRY made to order. Will keep a good supply of GOLD, SILVER and STEEL SPECTACLES, with Convex. Concave. Per ifocal and Colored Glass. Ileinar familiar with Uie or- jrttnir.aUon of Uie eye, and the adaptation of glass thereto, I feel prepared to selei-t and tit glas to any eye that is in a condition to admit of glasses. 1 would nail tin. utiHiiiinn nf roil ntrv iltalera and Watchma kers to my stock of SPECTACLES and Spectacle Gl.ASSKS, which 1 will sell at as reasonable prices as any oUier hous. Always on hand a good article of SILVER SPOONS, made to my own dlrecuons, warranted good as the American coin, together with a variety of ALB ATA SPOONS and FORKS. WATCH TOOLS AND MATERIALS fall descriptions, such as Pliers, Vices, Tweezers. Files, Lathes, Anvils. Stakes, Hammers, Mainsprings, Verges, Jewels of all kinds. Wheels, Pinions, Screws, Gold and Common Hands, Cyluulers. Having made his branch a subject of study tor Uie last ten years. I feel that I can do as well iu this hue as any house here or elsewhere. llrHt nrnmwlv and rarefnllv attended to. P. S. WATCHES, CLOCKS, and JEWELRY of nil kinds caret il IV repaired. JEWELS SET IN WATCHES, and WHEELS CUT to order. nihao-eolm AMERICAN AND FOREIGN AGENCY, J.Y WASHINGTON. D. C. The undorsijrned oilers his services in Uie prosecution of Claims before Contrress and the several Depart ments, and for the transaction of any business requir- iiia. Mttpntinn at tin? (?atilol. rwnin bavin? business with the Patent. Indian. Land, or Pension Olfi.-cs, or any of Uie Departments of the Government, or in Uie supreme Court ot the United States, may rely on a prompt and faithful at tention to their interests. Enjoying an extensive Foreign acquaintance, I will imtun:ik ni.il I if rpsDonsible tor the sate transmission of Stocks, or Mouey, to any portion of Europe; and attention will be paid to Uie collection of Foreign irwrvsnnnilpiita will lie furnished with special refer ences in whatever State they may reside, and iu the prominent cities oi t.iuVpe. s,nV Office on H street, between Ninth and Tenth. GENERAL REFERENCES: WASHINGTON. Hon. John W. Mairv, Mayor. . Baron Von Gerolt, I'russian Minister. Hsnbi Bosch Spbncer, Belgian Muuater. Gen. Winfielu Scott. Gai.es & Skaton. Corcoran tt Riocs. Bankers, Chubb I'.rotiikks, Bankers. Ski.uen. Withfr9 & Co., Bankers. Joseph Henrt, LL. D. LONDON. Joseph R. Inoersoi.i., American Minister. The I'KfssiAN Minister. Lieut. Col. Svkes. East India Company. Joseph Hume, M. . Ai.b. FoNBtANQt'E, Board of Trade. EnwiN Ciiapwk k, Board of Health. Georoe I'eabodv, li.uiKer PARIS Wiujam C. Rives Theod. Sat M. De Jonses A. M. Gcerrt Edm. Lapatettr Livinoston, W ells &.Cn sit ilw t LEIPZIG, Sax. Dr. Flcoel BERLIN. Baron Hcmboi.dt M. Deiterici Prof. Von IUcmkR HAVRE. !.. i la a era. 1 "Popular and family medicines, . SOLD BY SETH S. HANCE, lc BALTIMORE ST., OPPOSITE SfN IRON BC1LD1NO. Comprising OR WISTAR'S BA1.KAM OF WILD CHERRY. 4.Y RES'" CHERRY PECTORAL. n SWEETSER'S LIVERWORT AND TAR. SCHENK'S P17LMONIC PYRYP. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. TOWNSEN'D'S SARSAPAK1 LLA. Nl.MMO S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT. OSGOOD'S INDIA CIIOLAGOGUE. DU. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN. ,,, G KEEN'S OXYGENATED BITTERS. HOOFL M'S tiKKJlAM nil I l,,-,-MORTIMER S RHEUMATIC COMPOUND. SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL. MRS. NORRIS' CEDAR TAR. PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. ' B IL F U NESTOCK 'S VERMIFUGE. SlVraitED PILLS. WRIGHT'S INDLVN VEGETABLE TILLS. JEWE1kmIVS OR HEBREW PLASTER. POOR MAN'S PLASTER. na'ii vva nnv PVTmiTOR. Mo LI ST E R A L IHEALINGO INTM E NT. HAY'S LINIMENT FOR THE PILES. DR. M ARC H I S LTER INE C ATUOLICON. RADWAY'S RE.MIY RELIEF. ;,ari-ava Xlvnif'STP I SOAP. Together with many othr arucli-s comprised in tne m-lieal business SETH S. HANCh. a-nn i-l Ul.ll . ti. LEY EKireti re specnuUy inform the public Uiat h e is .,3 Cure Uie mot uirriaio a . 7 . . " ..i, i;.,rw nr Tvam to the naueuL. NodeteuUOB fhmi business, studies, or otherwise. Relief guaran- KesidenceTn 3. BONO ST., fourth door below E. rJlSi oWe laoursfro-n ll A. M., and from J to 8 P. M. tAp-3 L " .nnr a arv all a sia SEALS AND 1)1 r5. CJ -a m.. Name furats Letters: Soap and Glass Moulds. Book Binders Plates inada to order. rt Binxuil ana ilt" nB-r V. . MrrC I N. B- Orterra r a. aouiuon, . j . its from the encntrr rrnrnptly aura" from iiAjagAjju naniaif WJ. If 1 lell? w'lmkaia sV, erpoaiu Um IaftrgaT7. THE SUN. THE PACIFIC'S MAILS. Tha tnalli Aflta mma. Ik.:. f T i All work wnmmtMi. ntt-im i 1 ue bin lest,, are at band, but furniih little of Inter- To which they especially invite their friends and the puuiic generally, i uey wouiu aiso invite uieir tuien- uoo to ine manner in which UieTntusn tnetr walnut n Si ma i ihich rh7vfih their wiut est in addition to thatelven In our telegraphic c- and eonataniJv counts vesteidatr. Work, makinsr it mini in ridnr tu Rntwwacui. All who At that Court of Ran knintov Txin1nn nntVa illi . . . . . . .. . . . . . are in want of fine work at a fair price, will please give j inst , a hearing was granted to Alex. Bain, patentee vuu uo tt i oi aavaii aii OA vni.oi' asvav ujv v.-a. eat. The well known durability of their work needs no comment. GOULD fit. GLANVILLE, m.1-1 ml No. fid Sharp at., n"xr Pratt. whole of the bankrupt's history in connection with teicgraplis, both in Europe and America. Some of these transactions are sufficiently remarkable. At the usual meeting; of the ironmasters of South Staffordshire, held at Wolverhampton, a decrease of 20s. per ton was decided upon. The Agamemnon, 91, screw line of battle ship, lying at Portsmouth, has 300 of her crew down with the fever. No effective means has been taken by the Admiralty to check it . A wealthy Dublin watchmaker, named Doneean, is sending out to the New York Exhibition a set of superb go'd watches, as presents to the Irish po- iimi i EAiiea, 00 in inobe wno remain in Van Die-man's Lund and those who have escaped to America. The watches are appropriately decorated, and are very valuable. A prize of 1,000 franca, for the bsst popular hls-tor of the Jew-s, and a panejryric of the general morality of the Israelite people, has been offered ny.u uPyn' renr of Madame James de Rothschild, and two Jewish hanVtr nn. r eh. conditions prescribes that the essay must be An important movement has been set on foot at Liverpool, chiefiy by the captains of American ships, in favor of the abolition, on both sides of the Atlantic, of the present practice of giving advance notes to seamen." We notice amonir the new nmiwii a,tvHit in .London, "The Keweenaw Point Copper and Silver Mining company," on Lake Superior, Mich. Lady Franklin's steamsldp, the Isabel, left Grave-send on the 3lst inst, in tow of a government steam tug, which would accompany her as far as Scilly, whence she would make the way direct to Beh-.1.11.1. a .1 We regret to notice an extract from a lotfor-writ. ten a few days since by T. B. Macauley, in which 11c dujb. me siate ot my neaitn is such that I snan prouaoiy De under the necessity of passing the ncAi nuiici ui a uiiiuer cumate." Commercial. . British Metal Mirirn At Rirmmirh,m iu makers have reluctantly consented to a reduction of 1 tj ,on I" bar iron, and the concessions appear likely to lead to large transactions, in consequence of the 0..ui .icm.nii iu, ni-.iyy macninery, ana the general requirements lor railway purpose. The prices of copper continue to have a slirlit tendency to declino. Hea ton &. Son are the contractors for the new coinage ot5.ni tons, which will be commenced about the end ot June the -ame tirm beiu, mean while, employed 111 corper coinages for Canada and France. i"B"w iirouguoui. tne week pig jrou was firm, and prices advanced slightly, the maiket -losing very firm at 65s., cash, for warrants, buyers at 64s. sw. No. 1 g. in. b. quoted 60s. 6d.; No. 3. 64s. tid: No. 1. uartsnems, 61s., against shipment. The demand for tonnage was active, and Uie scarcity of ships much felt. LlVEBPOOL PrOOCCB MlRKI'TS Thp V0" are ron,',?, to 6u0 bas;s St. Domiiiro, with all faults, at 3iis. to 44s. per cwu Guano continues in active Urinaml; ,ai tons of Uie interior descriiilinns having realized full rate. Cured Provisions of all kinds hud a lair demand at full prices. Few transactions are reported in Rice. From the Philadelphia Ledger. The Irish Exodus. The Irish newspapers, broueht bv the last on-trot are filled with accounts of emigration to the United oiaies, anu wun lamentations over the apparent indifference with which these emigrants leave their native lauu, - euueareu to mem Dy so many associations," and leave their relatives behind. They say that this extensive departure was not surprising during the period of famine, but is so now, after a f"w years of "comparative affluence." And in whining over this extensive and continually increasing lOSS Of population, thev tell US f hat frnm the scarcity of laborers, wages have risen, and re cruiting ior --ner .uajesiy s Array" and "The Hon. East India Company's Service" is sr.stended. And they add that no small share of foresigh tis neces ary w I'icuiLi urc icrouit ui Luis bue.iui revolution. We see nothing surprisine in this extensive and increasing emigration, and find no difficulty in predicting some of the results. Why do the Irish leave their native land! Because they believe that the condition of a thriving freeman in the United States is preferable to that of a dependent doomed to hopeless poverty in Ireland. The "Emerald Isle" is overstocked with inhabitants; not because it contains more than it could support in comfort, but because the proceeds of the land are very unequally divided between the owner and the culti vator. The old nightmare of landlordism ad mid-dlemanism, the mischief of ages, is still pressing with full force upon the majority of the population. Landlords own large estates, which they rent to agents or middlemen, and spend the nro- reeds in living abroad, and in paying the interest of heavy mortgages, the result or former The agents underlet to small farmers, who hire a few acres or less, containing a mud cabin; and these "small holdings" are cultivated with no other capital tnan a spade, and Tor no other crcp than .-tatoes. If the crop be good, the tenant is able to pay his rent and taxes, and live miserably in ra?s, wun oaxe suDsisirnce ana no comtort. If the crop fail or be deficient, he and his family arc starved. Hence escape, from starvation is the best that he can expert, and that is denendent on wind and weather. Who can wonder at the Irish tenant. for flying to a country where he can obtain a dollar or more daily for carrying a hod, or working on a canal, railroad, or large farm, with the certainty oi "layina; up- aouieining ior future investment, Iierhaps a hundred acres in the West, and w ith food, clothing, and lodging better than he ever knew at home, in the mean timet We do not wonder at this. But we should wonder at him for staying at home, after the first chance to escape. niese insn newspapers say that a "better class" are now departing in great numbers; not the occu pants oi "sman landings," but Uie tenants of good farms "on the estate oi Lord Donoughmore" and other "lordships," and it speaks of the "sadden ing sight to see the young and vigorous of both sexes, stalwart men and fair women, quitting the old homes of their affections." We regard this as a gladdening sight in one sense, though saddening in anotner. it is giaaaening to see "stalwart men and fair women" from Ireland, preferrine the con dition of American land owners, cultivators of the sou wmcn tney own, anu whose ownership can be disturbed by no human power, not even that of the whole national government, to that of tenants to "his lordship," a neretutary landed aristocrat, oblieed to pay him a portion of the produce raised on his land, and liable to be turned out of their houses into the highway, whenever "his lordship' chooses to change "his estate" from culUvation bv tenants to pasturage by sheep. But it is sad dening to see the productive twrtlon of a people leaving the land of their nativity for a foreign re- eion. because their condition at home is rendered hopeless by an oppressive system of aristocratic Kovernment. About this leaving of "home and kindred," we would say a word. Considering all the oppressions and uncertainties to which all Irish tenants are exposed, we know not how they can be very strongly attached to home in their native land. According to all accounts, they must have excellent homes to leave, the memories of which must be somewhat connected with bad laws and worse administrations. I hunger, rates and mud cabins. They do leave kin. I dred. But howl With a determination to send for I them, so soon as they ran "lav up" money enou: I in the United States to defray the expenses of their I transportation. And while thus "laying up," they 1 are much more sjraring to themselves, than alter rheir kindred are safely landed and doing well, w e rould find poor Irish chambermaids and hod-car- tiers by thousands, who practice the most rigid economy, in saving the means to bring out an aged father, mother, uncle or aunt, si&ter, broUier or cousin. And we could find some thousands more who do the same, to furnish a loan for the same pur pose to some friend or neighbor, or acquaintance, who has no natural claims upon them. These Irish newspapers say that thousands of letters from the United States continually pour into Ireland, nine in ten of which contain money to aid emigrants In departing'. And what will be the endl The United State gain productive population, and Ireland loses it But In the end, the high price of labor from scar city of laborers will ruin the already ueepiy mort- gagca insrt lanaioras, ana inauce uie saie ana iub-division of their estates. This will produce a class of landowners of moderate estates, who will even tually break down the present landed aristocracy, and restrain tne creauon oi aoower. These facts speak seriously to us against landed aristocracies, and tugs est extensive reformation in our land laws. They suggest to tne euerai uov-ernment the sale of public lands to actual settlers only, and in farms ot moderate extent; anu tney suggest to the State Governments the policy of making homesteads of moderate extent Inalienable ln the family. Spibit-R-.ppiko Machihes. The New York Journal of Commerce lays a manufacturing house in that city is engaged in making medium UMet" for people wno live ty tnetr wits, ine vacie is like an ordinary one, with a top formed of a thick board; but conceal eu witnin a cavity, in tne tatter, is a small apparatus, with a kind of hammer, for nmdurini' the "raD." The hammer is so oon- ctracted with a wire runninr down through the table leg, that the latter has out to oe in contact with a nail-head, or something: of the kind. In the floor, to enable the operator te produce the rape, by means or galvanism. Tst Gold Robbebt. The amount of gold ab stracted from the boxes received at Mew York last week, by the steamer Union Is about thirty thou-Banat aloliara. The mtaalnjr rold was ccirlined to l&at Tii v4 tQ&ibBlATrim BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH, JFor Ui Baltlnaor 8aJaU i TUpiM OaUa,ataa traa mUalaf, I iaT of atajawses and l.aLk ua. I WaaalAft nm-. Wwiawi aleaat, Paaavavaaaa. Bliocklsva; Mnrder, Philadelphia, April 18. Jam O'Neill last nteht ttabbetl another vounsr man in-a fracas at I Cedar Ground, In the upper part of the county, his death in a few moments. The Quarrel was sup posed to be on the subject of religion. O'Neill is ft Catholic, and Solly was a Protestant. The Gardtiit-r 1'sutr. Washixgtok, April 18. In the Gardiner case, to-day, Col. G. W. Abbott, who accompanied Dr. Gardiner and Captain Slocum to Mexico, testified to finding the various mines about Larulnailas, fully corroborating the testimony of Slocum. He identified the letter he wrote to the commisioners. in answer to their advertisement, offering a reward ior tne mines. Also, tnetr reply ana nis rejoinder. He said his object was to get the reward; and, in the coutse or the cross-examination, he slated that Gardiner did not personally point out his mines, being Instructed by his counsel to hold no communication with those commissioners. Robbery Arrest for Murder. Boston, April 17. Maj. Jos. H. Berret, of Washington, had stolen from him on Satorday night, wnne coming to Boston on ooara tne steamer J. Vanderbilt, one Railroad bond. Ross county. No. 87, $1 ,000; also, one city of St. Louis bond, No. '20, for $,1,000. He cautions the public ajralnst buvlnc them. James Murphy, who murdered his wife in Fall River, by pouring vitriol down her throat, war arrested on Friday last, and conveyed to Fall River for examination. Marine Disasters. New York, April 18. The ship Sea Duck went ashore this morning at Lomr Branch. She has 7 feet water ln her hold, and assistance has been sent to her. & The ship Persiar? will bilge. Her passengers and baggage were landed safely, and will come to the citv this afternoon. The ship Martha's Vineyard has sunk ln deeper water, ana win oe aoanaonea. Philadelphia, ApriL 18. The sehr. Ella, from New York, for Wilmington, N. C, went ashore on Saturday night, .near Newbold's Po'nt, Cape Sonora AgsJu Invaded Arrival of Gen ' Arista New Orleans, April 16. A rumor was prevalent at Vera Cruz, on the 12th Instant, that another invasion of SonoraUiad been made by Count Pavu- soa, -and that one" thousand men had joined his standard. , General Arista, the former President of the Republic of Mexico, has arrived at this port in a brig, the captain of which was bribed, for a large amount, tu uruig nun to new urieans. Railroad Accident. Philadelphia, April 18. The earlv train from New Yotk ran off the track, to-day, at Trenton, but no one was hurt. The passengers were transferred to the 9 o'clock train, and reached here about 1 o' clock:,, l ne mans and baggage were lett behind, through carelessness, and did not arrive till 5 P. M. Delegate to the Typographical Union. New York, April 18. The Printers' Union have appointed Messrs. Alhaugh, of the Herald, Gray, of the Tribune, and Walsh, of the Times, as delegates to the National Typographical Union, which meets at Pittsburg on the 2d of May next. Pennsylvania Legislature. Harrisbuho, Pa., April 18. In the Senate today, the Mechanic and Girard Bank Bills were finally passed, having previously passed the House. The Legislature will adjourn to-morrow. Vessel Ashore. Norfolk, April 13. The. schooner Augusta, Moore, of and for Kdenton, from New York, Is ashore 'at Killy Hawk. Stall in of the Andes. New York, April 18. The steamer Andes sailed for Liverpool to-day. Transact ions in laiocke. New York, April 18. Sales at First Board of Canton at 29 4'; EricSdX; Harlem 66; Norwich 66 Cumbealand 62: Morris Canal 23'.'. Sales at Second Board ol Morris at 23 ; Potomac Copper 3 V, Canton 29V, EriebS; Parker Vein 35; Harlem 67. Condition of the JTlarkets. New York, April 18. Cotton salea of 2.500 bales at firm rates. Coffee Sales of 2,000 bags Coffee at 9 cts. for IUo, and 11 X eta. for Java. Sugar-Sales of Zo'i hhds. at 4 a 5 Cts. for Orleans. Flour Sales of 6,750 bbls. at $4 ft a $4 621; for State, and 4 t)2a$i 87 for Genesesa. market easier, sales of S"0 bbls. Southern at 6 a $5 12 V. Wheat nominal. Corn Sales of 25.000 bushels yellow at 66 cts. Whisky Sales of 250 bbls. at 224' rents. Pork Sales of 250 bbls. mess at 16 87 a $16, and prime at 13 60 a $13 75. Beef Sales of 1A0 bbls. mess at 12 60 a $13. Baron Sales of 70 bbls. at 6lf cts. for shoulders, and 9 cts. for hams. Lard-Sales of 900 bbls. at 9': cts.; in kegs. 10 vail cts. Butter firm at 10 a 15 cU. Cloverseed dull at 13 60 a f!3 per cwt Fatality or French Empresses. From the wives of Charlemagne down to the marriage of Louis Napoleon, says the University Magazine, some sixty-seven ln all of the royal and lin.ierial consorts, there are but thirteen on whose names there is no dark stain of sorrow or sin. Eleven were divorced, two died by the executioner, seven were very early widowed, three were cruelly traduced, three were exiles, thirteen were bal in different degrees of evil the prisoners and the heartbroken made up the rest. About twenty were buried at SL Denis, who were denied the rest of the grave; their tombs were broken, their coffins open ed, their remains exjiosed to Uie Insults of a revo- lutionizett populace, ana tnen nung into a trencn and covered with quick lime. Goods Detained on the Erie Railroad. The Cincinnati Enquirer says there is great com- lalnt in that city in relation to the slow progress of freight over the New York and Erie Railroad. Merchants who went on from Cincinnati after their spring goods, and saw to the shipping of them be fore they lett ;ew lone, nave not only returned. but have been back four, five and six weeks, and still have not received their goods. A State "Drumming" for Citizens. The Le gislature of Wisconsin has passed a bill providing for the appointment of a traveling emigrant agent. whose duty it shall be to induce emigrants to tne west to embrace the advantages held ont to them in Wisconsin. Hon. J. J. Towusend, lortnei ly a member of the legislature, has accepted the Resignation or Professors. Wm. B. Rogers, Professor of Natural Philosophy, Geology and Mineraloev. and i. Lawrence Smith, Proieksor of Chemistry and Materia Medic, have resigned their respective p releasors in j in tne i nivcrsuy oi ir-ginla, to take effect at the close of the present session, the 29th of June, Spiritual Rapping. In the Massachusetts House of Representatives, on Friday, an order was adopted directing the committee on educaUon to inquire into the exjiediency of providing legal restraints against the mischief now nerjietrated by the mummery known as "Spiritual Happing. " Mr. Marsh, our minister at Constantinople, wa la Florence on the 21st ult., and has just received despatches from Washington concerning the Dr. King affair at Athens whither he was going in a few days. The U. S. frigate Cumberland was awaiting his orders. The Evangelical Lutheran Ministerial of Eastern Pennsylvania, which has lately been in session at Reading, has elected delegates to the General Svnod. and adopted resolutions qualifying Uie re-union with that body, which had been- agreed upon in compliance with an invitation from it. Impeachment. Charge of Impeachment have been otttcially reported ln the New York legisla ture, by a committee appomieu to investigate frauds, against John C. Mather, one of the Canal Commissioners of the State of New York. This renders a trial Imperative. Grand Indian Council. The Fort Smith H-r- aid learns that the Grand Indlan Council ol all the Indian tribes is to be held on the south sile of the . . . : . . I ..l.kla., r k. Lal PRICE ONE CENT. I PaOTKCTlO of Editobs axd RxroKTxms. A Kltl V. . - - a - . v ., v vua am warsjss U11TUUUCVU UiHf ue ocuaiar vi Tork for the protection of this class of sufferers, papers. The bill U to the following effect: Wn rsVrAr4jk SWVf 4rva a rvM-aa-(a-kS f Shfl The Pacific was delayed 30 hours by uaine a new i "ma; mm instantly. O'Weiu was committed to , 10 nj kuou r rrowniuon, kind of coal, whlchjroved thelworst erer turned PrisOQ by Alderman Fenton, of Kensington. vlA or criminal, for m fair andtnie report in such on board the boat uumeu secowd dispatch. newsrper of anyjudlclaJ. le?iaatlve, or other "the .' I Parliament had re-assembled. Philadelphia, April 18.-The murder occurred . puDucomciai proce,iinof any statement, speecn. z. I .a T i i m.-.iii i juj i . i . rnnimnti. or nnal. In t H. .imim. nr in. mmmm v i -ciuiintts ia riu. u-icui nmiuiuiruio witu i -- - . , Geonre W. Solly, in the bar-room, when the land- of the telegraph. Mr. Bain describes himself, in lo separated the parties, and Solly went into the the schedule, as "electric clock-maker " of 43 Old -NeUl, however, laid In wait, and stabbed Bond street, London. His solicitor laid before, the twIce ln breast, and on turning to escape Court a voluminous statement, eoinr over the he 1boed him again twice in the back, causing ' cent linnn swtnal nrrwf tn.lt In mil lrw snirh report, which shall, in do case, be Implied from the fact of the publication.n La s ix, alias CoL H. C Fillmore, alias Col. Polk, whose feats ln New Tork have made hun just now notorious, left behind him some characteris tic reminiscences ln Washington Curing hit brief, stay there In the early part of last month. The National Intelligencer says: 44 We have beard of several operations of his, on various parties here, some of which came wtthln a hair's breadth of complete success. A neighbor of ours had nearly been victimized to the extent of 150; but aratling himself of the magnetic telegraph to learn from the City Bank of New York that tJoL M. C Fillmore's' check was not cood for the slove amount ln that lavored instituUon, be escaped the trap that had been sat for him." A Doo Killed to be sold as Mmroa. William String, a butcher in Cincinnati, was arrested a few days ago, on the charge of killing a dog. and dressing It alter the fashion of dressing mutton, for the purpose of offering It for sale ln market. The doe. mrulariv dressed. sorred and prepared for market, was found suspended ln his slaughter-house, and two witnesses testified before the police court that ther had known the nrisonsr io purcnase a -siunavcall uiree days okl and oiler Its meat in market for sale, and also diseased hoars. The prisoner allered that he killed the dog to pro cure its fat for medicinal purjioses. Tlie court, however, sentenced him to nav a fine of 120 and costs, to forfeit his market stall, and not to appear ia maritei ior six montns. LOCAL. MATTERS. Th4 City Hold Extensive Improvements. Ever since this world-renowned establishment, front in r on Monument Square, passed into the hands of its present proprietors, Messrs. Barnum & McLaugh lin, tney nave oeen enlarging its borders ana adding to its superior accommodations, sparing neither pains or expense in order that the weary traveller may find within its walls an inviting and comfortable home. At the present time it is more than twice the size of the original building, occupying nearly the whole square on which it is located, whilst the Interior arrangements hare undergone such material improvements as to constitute lt one of the first class hotels in the country. This may be realized during a brief sojourn, aHorvling one an opiiortunity to observe the order, quiet and regularity of proceedings which prevail, the attention of tne gentlemanly proprietors, aided by their numerous corps of clerks, butlers, stewards, 4c., the delicious bills of fare, and the general cheerfulness and comfort of its apartments. During the last six months a most extensive Im- Erovement and enlargement of tlie main building as been progressing, which Is now completed, advancing the capacity of the house and ervallv beau tifying the Interior view of the entrances on Cal vert and Kayeiie streets. The ladies' entrance, on the latter street, has teen enlarged, and the windows, being filled with stained glass of beautiful designs, yield soft and pleasant rays of light. The floor has been laid with marble, whilst a massive and easy stairway ascends to the upMr stories. The two centre buildings on Fayette street have received additional stories, adding twenty commodious and well ventilated ch .m tiers, and the front of the entrance will be adorned with a portico of pure marble and of classic proportions. The front on Fayette street is nearly 400 feet and already evidences the taste and liberal outlay of the proprietors. The entrance on Calvert street has received an extension of fnrty feet in depth, occupying a portion of the soacious Yard, and lhrhted bv thfw large windows, also filled with stained glass, and commodious sky-lights of an ornamental pattern. ine glass presents an excellence of artistic design rarely equalled in any public or private buildings, and was executed by Messrs. J. W. Jt H. T. Gera-hanlt, the justly celebrated artists. The views present the various coats of arms of the States, with s earners under way and n'lroad cars rattline over inclined planes, whilst in the back-ground land-, scapes of varied seasons add to their nchneaa. I his part oi tne nutiuing was designed for the office, and is said to be the most elegant and commodious apartment of its kind ln any hotel. The desks are of black walnut, tlie countars ot white marhie. The front occe is appropriaUsd to the baggage of travellers. The dining hall has been enlarged by the addition of the billiard saloon, thus affording many more seats at the table, whilst similar improvements may te otaserved ln other departments of the building. Indeed, the entire establishment Is undergoing a thorough improvement, which, with new and elegant furniture, iaintings and re-decorations, present a house very different from what it once was. ana euame ine proprietors to provide most auniira-blyfor more than five hundred guests. The following mechanics executed the work : Plastering. William Bannister, house carpentering. Caleb Peregoy, painting, Walter Ball; bell hanging, Columbus J. Stewart; marble work, Robert Taylor; desk work, furniture, fee, A. Jenkins. The whole improvement was designed by Andrew McLaughlin, Esq., one of the excellent proprietors. ' Came of the Poor. A stated meeting of the Board of Managers of the "Baltimore Association for the Improvement oi tne condition oi the roof was held last evening ln their room, Fayette street, George Brown, Esq., ln tlie rhalr. Ten Wards were represented. Tlie reports or th Agents and Treasurer were received ami accepted. Mr. King moved that a committee of three tie appointed fr the purpose of purchasing M cords of wood for the poor, aud Messrs. Prrinr, Stewart and Col ton were appointed. Mr. Thomas moved that the agent select a place for its deposit carried. Mr. Mc-Cormlck moved that the Association proceed to the election of a President that office being vacant and presented the name or Wm. Geo. Baker, who was unanimously elected. The committee to whom was referred the subject of Increasing the salaries, of Uie secretary and visiting agents, viz: Francis T. Kinsr, Chas. How ard, sterling Thomas and John R. Kelso, submitted a report, with resolutions appended, recommending that the salary of the secretary be increased to $450 per annum, and those of the visiting agents (4U0 each per annum, all payable monthly. Carried after a little debate. Dr. Grafton re signed as a manager of the 13th ward, and Kills B. Long was elected to fill tlie varan ry. Resolutions of thanks to the late excellent preshlent, llaomas Wilson. Esq., were jiassed and ordered to be sent him. The Board then adjourned. The Striken. Yestenlay morning the shoemakers working on Uie ladles branch, now on a strike for an increase of twelve per rent, on their wages, assembled at Rechabite Hall, Major John J. V hit-ford, president. Af.er onranlzlnaT, several aew members were added to the association, who il rallied their intention of holding out with their bre'h-ren for the advance asked. Preambles and revolutions were ottered by Mr. John Caney, encouraging Uie strikers to te nrm, to nave several hun.iml copies of the bill of wages printed and preaenW to the rruplo) ens also the ap.io'nimentoi committee to carry out the alove ot jcL A romrnitu of vigilance was also appointed, whose duty It shall be to conduct all correpndetire, and keep an ej e upon the buslne of the strikers. The resolutions were unanimously ailopted. There are about 4U0 of tlie above branch of workmen. A large me-Ung of Machinist was also held In the Temple, the otrject of which was the appoint ment or dele-rates to meet in convention ir me minoae of forming a grand Mechanics' Vr.lon. rhe following were elected: J. M. Clarke, E. J. Codd, J. B. Hodgson, J. B. Askew, S. Morris. Anoilur Church. A few days since, Wm. TifTany, Eaq,., who is greaUy Improvint; his vaJualilarrootuU near Madison avenue, informed the members of te Charles st. Meth. Episcopal Church of his willingness to donate them a lot, on the corner of Eutaw So ti are and Townarad street, having a front of 100 and a depth of 130 feet ti Morris alley. Acrordlng to the rates at which the ground in the vicinity is now beingdispCACal of, it is rsttma'ed to tie worth $15,0oo. T"he conditions oo which lt is tu be riven are that the congregation will pledge thrmselvea lo erect thereon a church somewhat similar to that model of a bouse of worship, the Charles Street Churrh; that lt ba conducted on the pew system, and finished within a term of years. The proiosi- tlon has been received with great favor, and It is " lanaaian iruillier, ill uie uewuwiuwuui .- ,,l..l tV.t In . sw TMn aaalannl aivl rnm. HUls, about 860 mile, from Fort Smith, about the 'JV JZ,1 Cm church will adorn Uie ground. middle of May. Guiltt of Mcbdeb. Robert H. Harrison has been tried in the Circuit Court or Clarke county, Ala on a charge of killing George W. Gilbert last rear. Tne iurv louna rum srumy oi muiarr 111 m first degree, and be was sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Another Blace Mciicax, Gebtcx The Democrat, at Rochester, announcing a concert there, adds as an attractive feature, a negro boy, fifteen vears of are. who possesses remarkable musical talent, ana excels as a pianisu uia ur?w-sa s7- L ciXA a Dooms. The Boston authorities are about to enforce the "cellar door ordinance,' hich forbids any cellar-way opening oa -tne street, to remain open for more than two hours by day, or fifteen minutes by night, unlets specially licensed, under penalty ot I rom aiw to ssu un. Twn e rue rnoFtas. The late mayor Taylor, of Cincinnati, and the mayor elect, Mr. Snelbaker, are brother chips" in tne cooper Duuana u-j worked side by side la the cooper shop la days rone bv. Ex-Gov. Baowx, of Mississippi, iVcliaea being a candidate for re-electioo to the lower House of Coorreas. It U understood be will be a candidate Cnr the SiTUtOTlhla. sra-jnhei Hanrork. son of John Hancock, of Re- voluUooary aaeaiory, now over ho years ot age, is still UtIbi U BoatAaTA,Utha miejwmAvt ntaiiMDX tstaease m odious PuUic Sok- T. W. Bennett k. Co auctioneers, yesterday sold at the Exchange, a vacant lot of rround on Cathedral street, near Tyson street, ?mninr feet, with a stetrth ot 130 feet to a M feet alley. Purchaaed by Mrv Joha Eschbaugh, brl,ca& Glbaon a. CO., aucuonaarn, aiao aoeu u w ta-change, a lot of ground on the northwest side of French street, nearly opposite F. meter, fronUng 17 feet, improved by atwo-.tory and attic brick 4wel-llng, subject "o aa annual ground rent of $13 to. Piir-kaae,l bv Mr. John Reran, for in. rnnuin Street Itoer. Last eeuinr quite a row oceurYed at the house of Joha Kponccl-r, ia Foun- dery street, whirh drew oa ttss ground aereiai nunlreuS Ol peraoBa. iub isuas ur - su.aras ia an intemperate use of liquor. USksnr Whrte r.t reached the around, ana wriLst anotn queuing the affair was seized and choked by Patrick Fla-hertr. With the SjAtalanre of oSacer Moon he VU CODmM W us muuiriBUUB. uucj wutiny re leased him oa security to appear at court and answer Use charge of assault and forcing open the door of Jona aponreicx, ana ior cnoxisg am um- ear. I Ifnrer M hiLr aiao arreaLeU UavWl U mooaa. charged with reaisUng him to the discharge of tut duty. Justice ivenip reieasea mmoa iun""- w m ar r tim i tmm raw aaorUrriy atud-Ana Malone. charged with A, i ' . . .rreaataa trr walxi aaSQ jUbrlrht. and coramlned to jsii fog tt tM U Sew XarbU Kork. Amount th4 tmr bauid some lm I'Ttjemeuli rereutl t ajdvaaoed tv0Bscl- tion on Wast Baltimore artreet. mar be mention) the extensive marble wotks of Jtfr. John Mcf. Lyeth, which fronts on-Bainmore street M feet, and aiao to the Jtmrth of 100 trot on Pise meet. The principal building is three-atorteain beigtt, of Terr substantial materials, pre at siting aa oraamett-tal brick front, with fine wiaoxrw lintels tod coral-rea, whilet en iron balcony, of fanciful destigo, at the base ot tne secood story, tad spadoos iron doorways beiow, add greatly to its appearance--There are three com modi oris apartments designed for and occupied by the workmen, all of whichue weui agnico ana Ten cuatea, wclist the storeroom Is admirably adapted to the. display ot fine marble work, such as saonamenta, tneotels and tonbetosea. The fciicklariBC wa done by Johnson Sl NarleT, carpentering, by Wm. Woojs: pelntinr.. Thomas Burta ljJUriHicjnna k. Bro and Iron work LS:?!y!-IM . eaterprtslEg proprietor to at present exhibiting at hu fahllixent mamin- cTsii wm, coostructec or Italiasr BAarble. end for Hon. for libel, brought ajrainrt them by gentlemen ! B "-u suwre -iruia loan poetry in uiw amr , cure nis ngntS Dy letters patent Of the UBttMl KtatM. claiming that the noiw-oodiv-tin- nnni aiming mat tne noiw-ooduf-tin- rnnM marble aid material- in the preservation of bodies placed therein, and that lt is taaOm entlrelr lvDa rious to air or moisture when cJxDaed. It k txreed-Ingly simple ln its crastnirtion, suacepcble of the greatest degree of ornament, and in view of its great durability and preservatlvs quailtiearecsHTed many testimonials from physicians. Mr. Lyeth Is now pre partner on ol these coffins -frr exhibition at the New York Crystal Palace, during which be designs attending Ln person. Tae Norfolk Luse Oraatf Jiayi ovt an if. It has already been announced that the Baitimore fcuasa Packet companr have trkra ts wharf Vnn Fenbys wharf, at the lower end of the Union dock, from which they now depart and arrive dailr. 1 Vtir .T PT. the com pa y bare ntesvled the wharf to the extent of seventy fret making It come out parallel with the port warden's lineTThe wuan dow uacer laetr control will afford Dear eight hundred feet of wharfage for the ttxoounoda- uuu vl tjiuen wno may neM wharf room. The owners of the property on the line of Concord sereet, from this wharf to Pratt street, have arreed " - - . 4 . . . .ui uia-j w iow ax worm npon it, ao that in a aiwrt time what is now alauwt a solid hole, will 1 a beautifully pared street. This street wuen pavea wui nave a sixteen feet rlatforsa on the west side of Union dock; also a six fret tared footway; bealng twenty-three feet of street war. Altogether the Improvement U a nnt wt..i one, and will add much to that portiom of the city. uriepaif to tut Aatartaaa, Medical asoreaSosaAt a meeting held oa Monday afternoon, the Mjowtnr physicuns were ap pom tad delagatj7froai the Medical and ChtrurKical Faculty of Mary land, to the American Medical Assoriatlon to meet tn New York on Tuesday, May Id, next: Baltimore city Dr. Geo. g. Gibson. Dr. Jamea Bordley, Dr. J. il. ErUooe, Dr. J. L VtTr. J B. Hirjne, Dr. P. S. Klnneman, Dr. A. V. Xvnn, Dr. John L. Vi ehster, Dr. D. A. O DonaelL DrTwm! Riley, Dr. Joa. Wilkin, Dr. I. P. DuvalL Aiiegany county ur. s. p. smith. Howard county Dr. Wm. Denny, Dr. Joel Hopkins. r Talbot county Dr. C C. Cox. lJorcnesier county Dr. Alex. IL BtulrT. Frederick county Dr. 8. Tyler. Washington county Dr. Jas. R. Ward. Baltimore county Dr. Thos. E. Bond, ir Kent county Dr. P. Wroth, Dr. J. Fisher. Riotout Conduct, 4t, Wm. Montgomery, on tha charge of improper eonduct to LJward McPhalL and assaulting policeman Small whilst ln the dial charge of his dure, was arrestail by that -oncer and committed to Jail for court by Justice MaaTuder-. Michael Parker, on the charge of aJuKng and drawing a knife with Intent to kill a eokired man-name unknown, was arrested by offlcar Oilsholm. and released on security for court by JusOr Yoe Joseph Lowe, on the charge of riotous conduct, was arrested by officer Barry, and released on ecnritr to keep the peae by Justle Ruley. Watchman Donnelly arrested Daniel Dixon, colorad, charred with disorderly conduct in his family JuaUra Kemp committed him to jail for the sake of pea A Rebuke. A day or two since, a renteely dressed man, and havlntt all the appe-aranoe of a ren tie-man, walked Into the bar-room of one of our most' reapeninc uuieua, ami peroapa, Dy Way of showiLar his conaequence, strutted about the room, asking questions, and lnteriardiug his language with any amount of oaths, especially annoying to the landlord and several other persons present, The landlord at last went to him, and quietly calling him aside, told him that the language be was using was exceedingly duswrreeal Je in that place further that there wa a private room, smrtlculariy fitted up, which was called the 'swearing room,'' and if he wjuld only to there he anieht swear to his heart'! content The stranger took the rebuke kindly, and no more swearing was heard from his Upe at that time. AccUU-ni. YratenUv moraine, a slnrnlar arr-i. j dent occurred in a house on Sle miner's alley, near Pratt street, which came near killing a Utile boy, aired about five years, named Andrew Rick net, and tetiding therein. It appears Cial the hearth near which he was sitting gave way. and precipitated the stove upon him. Fortunately he fell In a hollow, or he must have ten killed. His legs were much burned, and his body considerably trutaed. Dr. Iladrl was sent for, and tendered lamfiesliainl assistance. Trmprranee Banner. Tlie Wet View Rons of irwiTnuiiTiiiir uuuiDm oi .'ir. A. (altire a handsome banner, the front of walrh Is white satin, with a repreaeaUUoo of a female fcure near a fmintainol water, with the motto: "We will be faiUiful to our pledge." The reverse la of btua satin, and presents Usr following inacrlptloo: "Pre sentrd by the ladies of West view Division. No. 1.S3. Sons of Temperance. Instituted November 1 9, 1 HC,i.n The banner is trimmed with silver lace, and fringed wlih silk drapery. Queer (,'ctr. We mentioned, a few days sf are, the raie of a child being Interred la aa or field near Franklin, on the ground of Dr. Lynch. At the la-stance of Uiis smtlernaq Jonathan Parentis was arretted by Officer William Thomas, and taken be fore Justice altmver, who, after hearing the evl-denrev dlsmuaed the charge, whirh was that of burj lng a rorj" la another man'a ground. Cmnvrcud Ihtattrr. CajrC Walker, of the arha. Lam at Norfolk on the 15th lnat, repnrts the schooners Sarah Poller, lnnd to Baltimore, and the W. C Cberrv, Capt. Thompsoa, bound U Philadelphia, both lrom North Carolina, the fbiiaer with loss of foremast, and the latter with loss of leek load. Tlie Parker went Into Ilankltaak, and the latter procmlaxl up the bay. Tne Vittf lo Kalrtgk. A large number of the members of the City Council and other tnvlt4 ruets left here latt eraninr la U steamer North, . Carolina for Norfolk. In order to be preaeet at 'the reli-trabon of Use otarnlnc to-day, of the Weldoa and (aaarton Rallrraad, running trom the former place to Raleigh, N. C The weather is fine, and they will no douU have a pleasant trip. The SrmmiMp PalmMfo. This fine steamer, Capsf Jackson, which left this port oa Saturday for Charleston, returned on the sme night, la ramae-quenre of some deianrement ln her marhjaary. She had iiroreeded as far aa Thomas Point, wheat the M-rident occurred. She has probably left agala ere this will be read. ArrivaL RrUoonrr Daniel L. Sturgea, Captala Falrrhiid, Imn New Yotk, with assorted cargo to Hiss Corner, yesterday arrived at this port The D. I- 8- was towed up from Rork bar, where she got arround on Saturday nucht, (as before reported,) by the steamer sua., ahe has sustained bo injury. Fire A'un-m. Tlie alarm of fire at touroVlerk f esterday morning was raused by the partial burs-ng of a Urge lime-bom oa the comer of Gaf and Baltimore streets, which was soon extinguished by liut PindeU and wau-hsaaa EaeeL Tbealarta at 10 o'clock on aVitvlay nlsht was caauasd try the burning of a chimney In IUAlle a. las. CaTramLfferJ Joseph Walton, rhtnred with having; In hts poaaeaaion a rojiper kettle, washboaraj. rhurn, ami other articles xirnoaed to hare been stolen, was arreaied by watchman Klrravrda, and committed to jail for a further ess I nation, by Justice Ruley. Chmroe of ItiUM-ry. Thoinaa Cotney and Robert Parkrll were yesterday arrested by offlrrr Bunt, no the rharge of havlns; taken a sum of ssooey by force from a colored maa wtmap aaoie Is aakaoara. Juktare Kemp rommitted them to Jail ta 6efanJt of arruiity for a lurther eaamjaaisoa. Health of rhe Ctfy The report of Dr. Charles A. Leas, rommlasioBer of health, for the past wselt, exhibits the mortality of the city dart tar that p-rlod at M deatha, of which Is were by coewuiap-tloo. It from arariet sever, t still-bora SJJ were umler 6 years of age. The Lire Slock. The price of beeves wlthla the last few weeks has advauareal to higher rates thaa for some time past, and the k newing oases stale that a still greater arlranre ana be etlrrpeled. Yettenlsy the average price oa the hoof was aft. Hogs bat e teen falling for the kut month. eMrWI with Iniemt la KCl Hurh CaafieU was yesterday ar-ested by officer ftchsratka, on tha rharre of having snulted with latent to kill Michael Griffin, who, fortunately, was not much hurt. Jusue e Larry released Lim oa produclnr a curtty for court. Pafralne fras. Ismss WUklas, elwrred WITa pitching can's on Kundsy, was arrested by ofSrer iwnlahelL and Ooe-l SI with costs by JosUoa Ma rruiier. Richard Kaneey was also arresteal ess the same rharge by ofUcer laowers, and fined $1 jrUi rowu by Justice Yoe. ImlerferUq teJA the PTairi John Iludglas was. arrested by waUimaa EerVstoa est the charge fT Interfering with hl whilst la the djarfesur eT bu duty. JusUre Kesnp com mi tied kUa to aU to answer brfore court. Srttiae ea OIttt Vrxh Mullen was yesterday arrested bv oCh er Zellers, on the rharge of sesaals- tne ant striking him wall la the discharge of hie I a.., lu.tiM llaffin ealaaaeil Ke rwi aarnrlw av UU'J. . ' r m. ff . i " . w a " " Court. CuCiiionjTh naaae of the arhootaer aralrh rajwe la a-oEUVoa with the -North taroiiae Is the "La-diea' Deiirht," bound ta Norfolk frosa Uampiaa with a cargo of rockfua. VmimM a Diaorierhi BoavafNVholas ZJsrht- hajserwas arrested oa asiurday sdgbt try LitmC Herarh, fsarged with keeptar a csaoeoaany aoac. Juctaca Yoe fcaed hiss with coats. vii.hj. the HeolA Lae8.-Joha Xllea, charred wtth theowieaj eith lm the street, was aires' ed by oBirerMoTOassl fined $1 with costs byJueOce MjagTUd' yTweeaiassrs of thm Cmrla. Swerior Comet Betoee Jodge FrtraThis ooart M - - aaaeaetfe tkt-aai aa.Sa afasT BaaiU vs. the Msyor and City Owartl of Bala, BtJjtre. aa actioa to recover tbmages aUered to havs been tVioa to property by cauaiaa the wairt to eree. Bw it, la cooaejUfire of denomOnf mud sVosa the. bartaur oa aa aouung ox. :, ' jaii tuTspTraid BSh't 0Waouaasji 9a. Ng WA '