The Holiness of Slavery. Slavery is either right or Wrong - Sinful or Holy. Much has been said about the Sinfulness of Slavery. We are tired of that phraseology, with an interogation (?) after it. We propose to change the form, and hereafter discuss the Holiness of Slavery. "Is Slavery Holy, and the relation between Master and Slave a Holy relation?" The question is the same, only the negative is changed. The Bible is the law - Slavery is arraigned at the bar - the Clergy are the counsel - the world sits in judgment - God, angels, and 'the spirits of the just,' are spectators. The affirmative have the floor - Dr. Rice will please open the discussion. - Cleveland American Albert J. Tirrel, the supposed murderer of Mrs. Bickford, is in New Orleans, awaiting a requisition from the Governor of Massachusetts. The papers announce the death of Com. Jesse Elliott, of the U. S. Navy at Philadelphia. His age was 62.