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DEC, 50, 1683.
rlkKKti f th. NatUnal RnUU
e.a U t 5t Sinus int,lMiwmFBK
arlraaJ. asraam. assd DDnfl, (Up I tain.)
Fa we anlhorlied to state that the public re-
Itptlon by the President of the United Butte
i Sew Tcir'e Day, will commenco at twelve
b'clock m., at which time, In conformity with
ollc arrangements, the gatee ortheenclosur.
U1 be opened. The reception will terminate
tt two o'clock, p.m., predict;. Carriage, will
pproacb the Executive Manilon by the east
Pips HKA1IT Or TUB MCBBUIOX,
a. who style Virginia me "Heart or the
leUon," and think no blowe efTectlTe unlets
r are struck at Elchmond. forget that the
rewUlon was full-blown, end the Southern
Confederacy entlrtlj cstabllahed, with all In
political and military authorities, before Vlr
(ltla Joined It all. Instead of originating lo
cation, Virginia did not even come Into It at
(the eleventh hour. It was an accomplished and
llzed fact, while Virginia was stlllamcmtxr
of the old Union. It was the cotton States
which made the revolution, and Virginia is not
to-day, and never was, anything more then a
bob to their kite. It was bound to them by a
tie which It had not too courage to sever, that
of negro breeders to the markets which made
negro-breeding profitable. That is the whole
mm and substance of the economical and po
litical views which constrained Virginia tojoln
a confederacy, the establishment of which It
deprecated. To speak of Virginia as the
" heart of the rebellion," la to assign to It a
primary position, while facts and history assign
lo It a secondary and subordinate position.
The complete conquest of Virginia would
leave the Southern Confederacy untouched In
all the Interests which determined It to try the
fortunes of a separate cmplro, with ample
boundaries hnd with abnndant capacity and
opportunity for geographical enlargement to
w ards the tropics. The loss of Virginia would
not be fatal to the rebellion In States which re
TltK COITCIT OF CLAIMS.
When the cipentea of Government are run
nlng on at the rate of a million dollars a day,
It Is the duty of every good citizen to point out
useless expenditures, and atop every drain pos.
slblc. The "court of claims," It Is thought,
will bo found .the most useless excrescence on
the body politic, and Its officers In the enjoy
ment of as perfect sinecures as that held by
DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF.
The following Is (Jen. Butler's parting ad
dress to the troops of his late department, We
copy from the Dtllm ' J j
CT. -ak . n.. V . ....u,. ..a tan fit "
Miik4niiiii ubruiM vr n uvmi
new usiusi, wee. io,u
General Order No. 100.
SoldUrt of tto Army of tht Ouft Relieved
from further duties In this department by di
rection of the President, under dai.ofJcov.rn.
bcrltth, 1813, I take leave of yon by this final
order, It being Impossible to jfrsityonr testier,
ed onttiosls. covering- hundreds of tulles of the
i frontiers of a larger territory Jjfjojmeonhe
tub ronTEn couRT.MAjvr.AL.
SIoidit, Dec. 29.
The examination pf Col. Ruggles was con
tinned. JtU was questioned In regard to his
own personal feelings towards Oen. Forter,'and
also abott )he opinions expressed by Oen. Tope
and stair, before the 97th of August, upon the
military and moral surport they expected to
have from Oen. Porter.
tho "mailer of the eteg-bounda" in England. "r himsetr, ne.ua, no was neiinermeno..
The nine Boot and tho .rmronrlatlon bill. ' 'J ' unfriendly to Oen. Tortcr. Oen. rope
show curious facts about this court. About had told him that tho army coming o their aid
im.. . . . .. .. frntn Jamee rlrer would bflof little avail.
ou,uw, m rouua numoers, aro u.naiiy appro-, ----- -------;..- ..... . nj,. ie r.-
prlated to run this useless machine. There are' u"fu 0"JV "';!?, ' gfei ioV rayVbrar. comrades, end say
three "Judge.," at Is.OOO each, at the head of l,cl"d ,0 " h CorP Arnty of Virgin a, ,,, '
whleh Is Mr Lotlnc of Massachusetts who i aai" Porter, was sworn. He gave tho panic-' This word endeared as you are, by a com
wa re. udlated bv hi.' own noble C. for hU la" ' ' ""'"1 ' Warrenton Junction with munlty of privations, lutrdsulps fWr., vie
was re) named byms own noble state for his . . tor es, successes, military andclvll Istheonly
flnnkylsm to the slave power, and, of course, I h" b''fA' 00 " '' of gn,t.' """ sorrowful thought I have,
rewarded bv anch Administration, as rrcceded m,rch of frora ,3 ,0 19 mllM ' ht ,poke You D decrve4 well of your conntry.-
T.VT. , vr. ,. m. , .. r th. .ta. i ' unfivorablecondiUen of the roads, the darkness Without a murmur you suttalned, an encamp
tho present. He resides most of the time lni h . h, lh ,lr,anailon of tho troops etc. .ment on a sand-bar sodeolate that banishment
Massachusetts, having little or nothing to do, of. "'P1:1?, ? i .,TI',. . ' ' '" T " na con,rrt PosalMe, hst ,
excett drawlne his salarv. There arc ,,, Mch retarded his movements by the route he h aresde(, pUBl,nm'cnl nflc,ed'
.kr,n .nii! S . . .ui li.rte. nri ?JI) bJ Pr",c'1- w" "'"o "'rt"' minutely ' uron j our bitterest and mS-t lusnltlng enemies.
V t U . ' , .1,1 ?, . " to the part he had taken In the battles of the You had so little transportation ibAllnt a
13,000 and 2.500 alto two "clerks," at 13,000 "'"' JJ " " . ...... ,Mllrvln,.on handful could advance to compel aubmlstlou
.. M-... .. . i. 89th and SOth of August, ttnllil testiiyinfcon .,..-,,.,,, ,v.,V, w,.,,i.
Z llveTln Conneelleu comes' dV. U. ,hto ,,0",, h rCfmCd to " t"ln hM on . -.art ttXEtf VhV mTrThcs which a
don, lives In Connecticut, comes on, dm, e his lho ulf.Celd beU ccn 0enl. Porltr and Mc rouudEt. Phillip and forcedlhe.nrrenderofa
alary, .lay. abou town awhile, and hen tc-, This he had not overheard, but sup. fort deemed Impregnable lo land attack bv the
turns to his family, the other "clerk," Mr. j ,. -m ..Mnm( mn,,mf ...... -rlmott tkllful engineers of your country and her
t- . -j --- enemy.
ence to an order be rccc.red almost lmmeaiatr-1 ,i jour occupattont crier, law, quiet, ani
lv alUr lo change bit position In the line. peace iprais lo IhU clt), nile4 w'th the bravca
in reply to the charge that Oen. Forier had I rf-U jJXiJ ZtXPl wS
fritlclscd tho management of Pope, and had (cofcjiy ,afa at noonday,
otherwise dltpltyed Insubordination and lack I Uy your discipline you illustrated the best
of energy, be tald he knew oi no Inttance where-1 traits of the American soldier, and enchained
. i. - j r ii , i ki a ,.,,,, the admiration Of those who came to scoIL
In Oen. Porter had filled In his duty to bis com. , L,nd,ns wllll a Bintary thestcontalnlngbut
mander or bis count rj. scvcnty-Dtolollars, from the hoards of a rebel
The court adjourned till tOKlav al U o'clock. . (.ournment jou hao gl,eu toyour country'a
tnasury nearly a half million of dollars, and
I so supplied younelvcs with tho needs of your
TIIK McDOWni.I. COLIIT OF l.XU IHV, senile tint your expedition has cost your liot-
Mrvimv ni. ,. lemment less b, fonr-Hrths than auv other.
' ... I X-.. !... t. .1. .IhM a 1,. Hrt...
IUU liniOIMIIIV MlIIU injVl, 1MV x.tv
Welling, "of Virginia," lives here, and finds
ample time to edit the .Votoutf Iiitelll'jfncrr
and write the pro-slavery articles and sneering
attacks on the very Administration from whleh
he draws a living. A gentleman, (and Demo
crat, too,) well qualified to Judge, estimate
that the laborious dullss of these two " clerks''
occupy them, on an average, about one hour a
week, for which they receive 83,000 per annum,
or $100 rer week, for an hour's service each
And this is not all.
The court Is as useless as the fifth vt heel to a
coach. It has no power to enforce its deci
I. .. lias uu wnu iu vuiunc u, uur .... .. ui , I onu lUliurvn ui juui v.ii-iim., ivi.ii ....3
, after bringing forth Its "ridiculous cllcd trom the cross-examination of Oen. Slgel. . cncmct i0 friem, tit they have sent their
.!.. .... ..An,., If U ritfnrAi will !ia 1 I1C rCPULS WCTC mere ri'I'VUiiuni, .'. i-ii:,jim.. reiri-Beiiuiu, l ,u ju.ii vicuna i.j .. ..
mice," and wc doubt If its records will sho ' ' ,CTltleancc greater than your entire nnml.crs, from dis-
that they have e,cn "examined" Ma ,h-m Mettlmony, or .lr) detniu, wnoee "T...t?.ii trlcts In whleh, when you entered, you were
oks the pail jear. By the law establishing y not tMI "1 r-"untll .11 the cldence shall unnllnriT tola lhat ,btre as "no one to ralte
this court, wo think, It Is required to make re-1 nave occu out. nou.
port of l!s proceedings et ery month to Con- Tn cou" '"' "' V ' ' m-
grefi( and wc think. alo, It illl be found that
It has not made tnort than ono report since latt
wlntcrj probably, lecaut Hi three Judge, three
Rollclton. two clerks, and one moff encr, had
done nothing to report.
Oneof their last exploits wa fPinllDfc In
folvcd upon and executed rebellion wlthont the ' bm of " tcn doI1ni for Cflrriee ll,rc ln callln?
ad and agalnat the remonttranew of Virginia. I on lllc P"rid. It was.of ronrt e, disallowed
On the contrary, If c Buccenfully atrlWe at l,T Comptroller Whittles . This called forth
AK.niAn in i. tiA o.,t ..i.i.t, .. ' id Indtimant rrotcst from Mr. Iluntlnedoni
av iiuviiiwii aaa iuv vnut us,u.vr, nuivu n v s.au --- - - - ,.-...... ,.. lllsi.A llili lsi V iiiiv Mii"s-ii tisii'a'' ii- ihv w.mv...
only do by striking a. slavery, rebellion and but It had no elTeet on .l,a,oide.t Uoman of '- bu, I nl
slavery both die of themselves in Virginia, j lu " " preMora over mc r.ni tomp-i,, , ncarniorparii, ..,. eoiiipllf.1 lili. Vrnt iti lo .Inllia.
11 our prsctical philanthropy you have won
tho conlideuco of the "oppnseed race" and the
.liiv... ITnlllnir von as deliverers, thev arereadv
nitDF.lt Pltou TIIK WAIt DKPIIIT- to old vouas wllllngsenants, falthfullalmnr.,
MENT. , or utliig tho tactics tautibt them b) your cne-
Wit. Vtrp.nTurvT. ' lute, to flilbt with von In the field.
.Itpor.AiocATE'sOrrirr., . ."' d ; "'"-i1?,? 1 ''h? ' Lh"15iff.u
. . . i na,e Fin.l'U UIU I'tPliieuvi:, iiiiu, uuiiiuiu iuiiiu-
iinmnTn. II. 1 .. Dpp. VU. 1N.J. I .. i.r n.. I....J r e.A ... ,.. .I.mnn.
.. .,.-.. ., -..- .. ineuis ill lllc iiaim " iiiii, fvu uaii UIM.UU-
The following notice has hem lnM from slroted the neccltj that Mis creatures should
the W.r D.-narlment this ilnv i ' ol,cy Ills Ions, and reaping Ills blessing In this
tiie.rii.p.rimeniiiii. .layi m.,Unl,ealtbytllmite,vouhaveprcer,edyour
Notiee Is herebj given i that the ap.lleailj ,aI,vruiurthanthoeof anyoihcrbatlallou.nf
mado bv ladies and children to go to their fam-1 tC .am(. iCI)!rtll or tfrtlce.
nies onu inenus iu in.- imii n,c, ,u.i ,.-. i vm. i,.r,,t double mimliew of lh cnemv
Ith emanclDatlon mforccd bv the Hroni troucr a omcc.
hand of onrarmles In Loul.lana, Mlftlsslppl! In these gloomy times, when onr soldl.rsaro
und Texas, we hall hate severed the tic whlth snlferlng such unp-tralleled hardships, and arc
dragged Virginia after the political fortune, of "l0nlh n" month "'" P3. Congress
the Onlf. All other links, of emigration, blood, j '""1' lok lnl "' ""mitigated nulsanceand
an 1 commercial relations, were most powerful proinpllj ihate it, by a repealing bill of half n
lictween Irgtnla ana tuc loytl states, uul
the link of negro-brctding and ucgro-etllug
w.ts with the Gulf, and that was more powerful
than all else. Wo shall hate rut It forever,
wh.nwc have emancliated the slates In the
cotton States. That, indeed, will be to strike
at the " hctrt of the rebellion."
IVo havo paid too much attention to all the
border slave States, overlooking the fuct that
their position is essentially secondary and sub
ordinate. The primum viobllt of the disease
c aro combating is In the cotton btutcs, and
You are not willing to fight for the negro.
Arc you willing that he should fight for hm
self 1 Or are you only contented, when you
can feel that you aro acting as aids In keeping
blm In his present condition?
You aro not willing to Cht for the negro
1 .TIM, Stuluth
Tk. BMet kt sis. Vlr.sl4.sst. Mtsua;..
TltE STEJLitEJt THISTLE.
XriTJlER THE LKOrAXD yOR TUB
TIM lOVDOlt MOtS CgrjtVDC rifE BJtlTMIf
OOt'EltWLAr Oiljvvr BIAML It
111E MAPtVA OITRAGLS.
JfcK JX .-Ut WM ?- STL- i
SLIDELV8 SUCCESS WITH J3KRTAIX
Care Rice, December 27, by way Of Port
Hood, D.29 The steamship Etna, from Llv
crpool on the 17th, via Queenstown on the IStb,
turned Cane Race on SaiurdaT afternoon.
Tho steamship Persia arrived kt Liverpool on
ine low, wun ncr maenmcrj uisauicu. tuu
Asia takes her place on the SOth.
The City of Washington arrh ed on the 10th,
and the Jnra on the lOthi c -
Tut MiaaxTi. Sale, of cotton, Monday and
Tuesday, 30,000 bales 30,000 to speculators
and exporters. The market la firm, with an
advance of Id.
Breadstuff! quiet and steady. Provisions
Consols closed on W adnesdayal 03 a S2 fo
money. . I'Z
The President's message was eagerly can
vassed, but had no effect, and no faith la exblb
Red In hla emancipation scheme.-
Tho Tnscarora had overhauled the steamier
Thistle wben leaving Madeira for Nassau.
The British war steamer Leopard tried to
stop the Thistle, to see what the Tnscarora
had done, but th. Thistle wonld not atop.
The officers of the Tnscarora represented
tney naa not taxen tno inistie, uni u was con-
The Tnscarora left Madeira on the 13th of
November, to return In a few days.
Tho London (Woo. defends the i British Gov
ernment against blame In all the pirate Ala
bama'a nualrs, nud aays the Federal agents
could not get evidence sufficient against her,
and, therefore, the Government conld not pos
Tho Tumi baa an editorial to tho aamo effect.
It la reported that Mr. SUdell has had another
audtenco with Napoleon, and that M. Drouyn
de l'lluye and M. Pcrslgney favor tho South.
England offers, with the consent of tho
Powers of Europe, to cede the Ionian Islands
Prince Ferdinand, of Portugal, declines the
candidature for the Greek throne.
The London JlcraM't city article aava that
President Lincoln's message was regarded on
stock exchange as or a pacific character, and
led to predictions that hostilities between tho
Norlh i .til tho South would speedily ho brought
to an end.
President Lincoln's allusions to foreign af
fairs ore variously construed. The London
77u says It Is sufficient that ho expresse. re
spect for the rights of neutrals and a readiness
lo establish mutual conventions to adjust com
plaints. Words of offence are left totheSecro-
rtlng tnnso mlvuci to ,. ... . , ,,,,,.,,, v.,, ' I" J .". "f"1'" "
thoConlrar.v,)orep.rmtte.ltoM,e. The pub-1 '.;,; i0,e. , '..W. 2", "'SIT1 KJ'SS" ' lfSf.n K.K
49 Till SOVTHWHST,
Rthtl MTni M'VKem.
wlti B.8ff;mW J auJhed-,Liein4t50oioni
mUh, at ZIlaaKethtSwn; yesterday, Hla com
mand, nnmberlne 50 men. were In a stockade.
rAfltt a severe fight, onr forces retreated to the
court-house and tbo buildings near It. The
losses "are' ntsUtV and Ibct 'result U not
known. The city has been Intensely excited
II day by multitudinous rumor, of skirmishes
in various proximate localities. At headquar
ter., np to 11 4'xloek thla etesdn; IhemlllUrr
authorities were unadvised of these events, and
utterly discredited them. f
A report from Memphis was, thtt our pickets
have been driven Into th. fortifications, and
the rebels have been committing depredstlont
In the neighborhood.
' .I i "J
KROM TUB lOtlTUWElT.
D.m.(. 1Mb. ax B.bel. tiatder K
The J.nraalVAeeonni Vtstrsi..
nllrd Commnlsleatlaia ttetsreeis XVonls
1 vllls au MaaatrUl. ewt air,
LortsntLr, Dee. M The Jovrkal says the
trealiework near Muldraugh'a Hill, on the Loo
It vine, and Nashville railroad, waa destroyed
yesterday by John Morgan's forces) bnt ex
presses the opinion that Morgan will not ad
vanco to the Ohio river. Other source, say
that Morgan's force at the imtlowork was
about twenty-eight hundred against six hun
dred Federals. After slight casualties our
force, surrendered. Further particular, are
.Idercd strango she ran away rom the British 1 The rnaTi statement of the capture of
I fsinnftn ht tfiri tMh1a la nnlnMi
h Headquarters here (eleren oclock tn the
morning) hare not been ad t lied of tho aboro
destruction, bnt circle niually reliable affirm
U with great iKMUlreneu. if true, there will
bo no more railroad communication between
LonUvllle and Nartirtllo for at least thirty da j.
a all appllcanu, (cxccrtln? thne ndvUul to j
Mention of a lift of ilia names I uuncccKMri.
Steamboat transportation and sutUteuce will
le irolded from the dl) of .uhlnstou to
Cltr Point, Vlrdnla and Jaimt rher. The da)
of departure, Wedncdav, Janmry"th next,
and It la ddlrablc that ull appllcnnta rtidi
tlilt city at least one dny prertou to the da) of
leavttijr, ine aicamer win aiop ai ronrpr-s
Karen ell, in) comradeft, aalu fareMcll.
litJ. 1". ULTLXH,
Mijor (iemral Conunawllug.
toward the South. The Ttmtt adds, that the
message U less a threat of extermination than
a bid fur peace.
In another article, the Timet says that the
emancipation scheme of Mr. Lincoln Is a la
bored substitute for his edict of tk-ptembcr, and
the dream of a lcry weak man.
I The London Herald finds the mcssaire of
DxraaTMXjT or Stati, (
Releases from: the draft on th. ground or si
alienage: have been allowed In the following, i
caaMt -v f r '
Kant. Whert drtiiail. - -
Rclnler Van den Hen. .
ii.a. V.i.nt..1 .
lur Hie N-itlonal Hepullli.Ali
A 3ldel nnltroa.l.
uili.i.itii..nr...,,,,nnii..nahlmnanil' lu "nqou Jimua nnos tno. message or
Monroe, and oDPlIcauts from JsorfolU and vl-I ' ..., , , .(President Lincoln made up of platitudes, ab-
Onlt, will be received on board at thai place . uul -""'l) ".' "- '""a '"""' surdities, and Inconsistencies. It addai Mr.
bj loinplvlngwlth the requirements. Thcniim- ine main stem, mcy aim cxiuuii o uom iront,
bcr of upplleunts are Sol omen, 220 children, a princely air of lndepeudenrc, on unshrinking
and yenrnnts Bnd six school tof .plrlt, which Is and will continue to be the ad
Jud -cAdtvcate. miration of every ono at nil coutersontwllhthc
mim peculiar circumstances and surroundings of
this great artery of circulation of men and
Butlflhatl. offensive lovour pr.de, bow c.u 0enlLBi.t..saTh..Y. re.of,. ZZJS,ZZ7J
..,.. .-...-t.f-j ...in., it.. A iniaxkiMMirrnMifnitvliitn tin- nmUlnn thaL mere nana wc, w nau irora mo greai nai.
scnilluz den. Banks lo Keir" Orleans wns Juit
It U more especially the pioneer part of this
Lincoln onbt to know that, If the Confederates
wire not allowed belligerent rights, tho block
ade of the Southern ports and the search of
British ships could not be tolerated.
Tho London Daily Vewi says that Mr. Lin
coln's emancipation schema does his humanity
credit, but It. has no faith lu It, and beUerea
that tho liberation of the sla.es can only bo
accomplished by war.
1 ..-. t'-l. t ..ta.ju .! t1.lMnBi. l.t
lh. Ihlng," and that to ha,c sen. him ,o James , TSJSSfffi&Etf?.
rltcrtoco-operatenlthficn. Uttrntlde, would ,0 ately depended for men and supplies, while
have bein a terrible blunder. The Tlmn git ts tho Potomac was so Impeded aa to Interdict
a column of reason, forth.,, becoming sen.l- commerce .nndwt.y lh. arrival of a. many a,
blcatla.t. Itlsuboutllmothattlio.NewVork f .v arim.nnd lrtssenecrs with their
papers should understand that the country w HI biggagc, a. usual, wo had never to wait and
no longer permit them lo dictate tho pollcj of bo put otl In transporting men or merchandise,
.it. -.. i-... ii.. i. ' iv... th. in.i.i.i ii,a, I cither on f.otcrninent or private account. As
this war. Iroin the time that they insisted that . m . . .' ho, n .ent forward.
Ceu. Scott should control overthlng, down lo nnd not a dollar or public property baa been
tbctraged) at Fredericksburg, whuh crowned losti and of tho hundred, or thousand, of the
,h.iri..,rr.i.. rrn " tn Tiiehmond " r,ir. men of our armv who harp iwcn forwarded, not
palu In mld Inter, tbfj havo done mb
aud that continually.
A MIILLIAXT UXIO.y SPCCIFS.
ritErirvm, Arkasu, Dec. 29. One of
the most difficult and daring raid of the war
lias been made by a part of the Army of the
On Saturday, Oen. llerron started, with a
portion of his cavalry and Infantry, for the
otl er sido of Boston mountains. Oen. Blunt
left Cane Hill at the same lime by another
it be less so, to be pitted against the negro, or
to havo tho negro rltted against you, which Is
u l then, m, mn.t meet It and rr It i.v fh.t 1 precisely wlnt w 111 continue to lake place, ao
remedy of excision which la alone possible and . lonS tl,! "''" ' exclusive use of
alone effective I hIul' If " ' ignomlulol's l0 ruclvo aid from
,,..-...',,.. ..iti ., ,., ,h. .., .the negro, Is It less so lobe baffllcd and repulsed
.i,Ml.L ,.,.1 i .'n..r.ii .,,. hy him. It Is the negro, whose toll in the fields,
low clamors, to send the large force of Gener ,1 nI",n f-"IdcatIon. aud In camp following, ha.
Banks to the Southwest, Instead of wasting It held jour Governmental bvj for wo year.. If
here In abortive .Item, ts to capture Richmond, , " u -'rument.llty j on despise, I. It more
which I. a place of no earthly Importauee to ' mortifying to conquer, than lobe conquered,
tth-f party In this struggle. Oen. Banks Is by means of It I
now where ho can strike dccWtc blows at" the , . J, I
heart or the rebellion." about the negro. Suipose jon don I. Can
I jou help joursrlff Is it not precisely in a war
' about the negro, and about nothing else, that
" CIIANOE OP TUNE." vol, an non actually sweating and pajin;
The Star of last evening has a characteristic taxes and perilling your life?
article under the above caption. It pilches In, You do not want to hear about the negro.
rightandle(t,tothoaewhomltstylcs"radlcals ", Not unlikely, as you hate heard about little
The Star Is a stickler for consistency. Aa it ' clo since you can recollect public affair but
nsver has any opinion, of public policy, II finds docs It do you anj good lo slop your cars against
lo difficulty In steering for ," polnt-no-point." bearing about the nrgio, so long a' jrtt feci
That editor would do well to recollect thai there him all tho while 1 Depend upon It, the rcbtls
lde difference between recognising the desire j oil neither to hear or see (he fact that
fadtSt certain movements towards foreign i they arc working four millions of negroes
mediation are being made aud sanctioning aulntt vou, so long as they reap the substantial
'.nose mpvemenis. ajvaniagc m mvrcuj ucuiruut.ug ou your t - jra
We rf for our country, our whole countrr. efforts and of uiaUlur you the lauEhlnz stock i ra-ii,imnil,n.iimnt!ii,i.,i ....-,, ,,n. Liccnket
nfl nn,hlnv hnt onr ronnlrT. Wa ht-Mrvpt .Via , aCM. wArl.t Rrlnr. dexf nnd blind to thli ae. .. .. .... t i.m , v-.,.ni- n.n i wtfoand children hatebecn hunircrlnir for tho
4. -.-...... o - ,gr ulal Uuui,iiir auu .iiiKiuiouiiiiig .i,...n.s ,fc., nl.l ,.:,l. I,.,. ..i .--" .".""j - "" """-
etlywiy to .ecure a permanent peace, and to j tual predicament of things does not mitigate , company ha, Ing refund to convey the malls ; " lr , were patd, as they Ac-nil he.- wmboats.mir.capenioineoiner siaeonne
uutea'l our States In a lasling Union, Is to the ruinous effects upon jou and your- between thoso clllw for tho comrcmailon an- God forbid litis outrage on humanity should be ?"o menmers and over a hundred prisoners
jttanandto slavery, honce.we advocalethe Are you tired or hearing anything said about ,thorlzed bylaw.thc scrvlcewill be eupended I contlnuod. J.R. W. ' m0ng them were captured. A third boat was
Th. ll.port that Oca. Gratil lias Fallen
TIE WILL MAKE MEMPHIS THE BASIS
I OF HIS 8UPPLIEB.' u
A LAME rCDLKAL rOKCK , KFfbltTED TO
iM.S. ASVLHUZU THE MISSISSIPPI.
Th Enemy Attack Our Porcea u.ar
urann rfni.ci.on, ana nr. isepni-wu.
THE WlIFnEABOUTS OF VAN DORN.
EVAcr'ATiny ofxew j ideid.
MAOA7INE BLOWN UP AND BARRACKS
Ciiit-At-o. Dec. SI. A special dispatch from
Cairo reports tho rumor that Gcu. Grant has
fallen fjacic lo orin laiianaicnie is connrmeti
Tho main body of hla army arrived at Holly
Spring, several dajs ago. It Is supposed Oen.
Grant will open tho Memphis and Charleston
railroad toGrand Junction, and make Memphis
tho base of hla suppllos. -s
A report had reached Memphla lhat a heavy
Federal force had 'ascended the "Mississippi
from New Orleans, and that tne naval ponton
Is under Admiral Farragut) that Port Hudson
haa fallen Into Federal .hands, and that the
fleet hffd reached ft point twelve miles below
This reported advance of our force. Is con
firmed by the Vleksbnrg Whig or the 18th Do
ccmber. On the SOth, the rebels attacked the
Federal forces, SS0 In number, at Davie. Mills,
six miles south of Grand Junction;. The enemy
were repulsed, leaving twenty dead and thirty
woundeaon the field. A number were carried
off. The Federal loss was trifling.
I Van Dorn, It Is .now believed, Is between
Bolivsrand the Mississippi. Tho rebel still
I hold the. road between Columbus and Jackson,
i Tennessee. New Madrid was evacuated yes
lernay. a pars oi ujq magazine waa mown np
and Ihe barrscks were burned.
KKOZVILLE TAKE.V BY A U.VIOX
FIOHTIXQ IX rnoOREVt.
""" ZnlZbJeukTl'ed and I ftavo' vet To C The columns, .U thousand .long, went In Lou, Dcc. "o.-Th. po.tm.ater of
chief at""'1 lias buu killed, nncll Havo yet to mar . ,Kut niching ordor.wlth six days' cooked , ntehmond Kentucky savs IhatColoncl Car.
'-' or one even maimed. The ntelllgcntandcncr. --.,on U(, && 0rtv.twq miles w lthont SlelSiJ Sn- .'irS Jl .a? Tl
trcte prcment. an in. awe colleague, nt. tloprlnB. Gtn. Herron took two baticries, , V.r-::r, &;, :d'd,VnV.d aS,
-"'"'T' present u group of business and energetle genM ?,To7?0..m. " mountains by ,r,ek between Knoxvlllo and Dandrtdge.
.tMwniTa-v ,.a... iwii- ""-'"'J'lpretcntugrouporbnslnejsund energetle gen- tweWo-hOHO teams
atlbe urgent solicitation or Senator I athaiu, iicnwn, such as I haescldom,irever,mctwllhl At davllcht vcatorday mornlnir
...o . r .... . ...... ...i.l 1 .... .-.,.... 1 In nr Hurt nftl-n tinrlil. . ? ..-..."' . ..!
IOC rrcremrv ui .lie i, y ,u.'n inn uu umvi ... .j ,.-..... ..w ..u....,
to the commander or our deci Iu Hautitoi,
manda Joined at Lee's creek, Ihreo miles south
ti.. i..uim.i t. tut... ,..!.. A.n tin . i " '" t' ,w. vl. ' w. ii'"-." " inai stale. .. reportca.
Sm'"' . i Sn S .-. .;.'. ,.,., ' ?f "- mountains, where mo cavalry and anil- pas,enircra on the train from Loulsvillo to
InVBt-Tftf Unrtnti rt Tnrllnn la tiara It la
tho two com- nnt trnfl .hat he has ordered out the mtllli. of
Road,.oscd.he,,ar.leame,tonnec,le.a. , of bu.lnes. present, an air of dignity and Benl sv
once toAslnwall,to bring lo.Ne Vork the order, wM.h might well be compared to b. ,, Two re),el rilriBn of c,iry were Klonof I eb'non Junction
California treasure (3,O0O.CO0) lhat will bat e Bjnk of , SJ $ ??"?? " Mnb?. ,: ,MZ " '",rP bSSu sr c, "hst Colone( II.rl.n-.
accumnlatcd there by Ihe lime she arrltcs ..., '" " , h) J 'ip'SrJlrf ' fflKaSade, ?l 'i&B M ' Our W'U1 ,n ,h, "" of 'Mo,rf,n'' frCM' ""
bj which time the specie or three San Fr.ncl.co , th3,
sueeecdmg steamer, vlll h. ...I.I., her ar- "3!, c Iromodiaiely followe.1 U. fiylng rebels r0lUr?TXn, ZTr.
rival for safe tran.ponallon from thai i,rt 'S ?xl?W.V6"JTLl'Z2 0".?.h' to Van Buren, where a splendid charge was'i lon of h, r,r0,d ,r,ct near EUbethtowu.
lumiei'wi.uitniiio ii u,. ui 'noun, "iiru. tn., ls-wi htr ( nfAla It nn t and llerntn in I
. ..111.., I.. .V. A.j . .. - .. at.. 1 "! - ......-..-- m... ..,.......,....
ratesoldlersluthofleld hato rroiuentlylrrwrc,11fllnj ,n comp)Mo ,lnoryover
kept hair a year behind, while many a ,0 enemy.
The rrbel cavalry rushed on board some
Iron the N. Tlines
news rnou IIAV.NA.
srstldtnt'. proclataitlon as a war measure, the negro I or is it not rather the hearing or on inu and jtj branch route on and after the
hs makn u. a radical, wc suppose. certain .articular things which Is offensive and j jM 0f j.nnarv
Li It foreign Powers mean to Interfere and put hksomel Did you ever get tired of hearing .
lend to thli war, we can't help It; but we that nobody could work at the South butne-, Tisiiuom orCt.-. McCielui anb Bui i-' T,'" AU,,;,u,,a.,'.' F5-U ,l f'''",131",i,u- knon whcnlbemes.enuerlcn.
. .- ..... .-- ..- ..v. ... -u Tlia Infanirr on. I nit lllnrr
f njn ashore In , addition to thase destroyed. A
Jarfre quantity of corn camp eqlnage, trun
; portatlon mtiles, and horsra cre also seized.
I Tbo full extent of tho capture, was hot yet
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i not lan 10 ctromcic mis lact in season, erne, that without Mates mere could be no ' .,. ., ., .. .,, ..,,, r nn. Porter m
Ithe public mlud may have, In advance, nn Mtton and no commerce, or that Europeans ha,e the testlmonr of the defenco clocwlih
i of what, as a people and a nation, I and Africans could netcr live together In ouj . ,.. Generals MeClcllan and Burnslde. It
tavc to couteud wlih. f other lelatlon than thai of owners an I ehattelsf ln ,,,. MTm) lhy, ref)re lCW nfil ar,
re som people w ho ma-e It their t o- Did you, In lact, c cr gel tired of Ihe negro, or iim -non
Iprate rf coutWcncv. a Ihlaz which of talklnsr abr.ut him. until It was troiwsed to
" Jewel, but don'l happen to bo ncchimf DiJlteter the jou to hear about a. -niviuniiT or lsnm. Acxxr.-s tthiio- I nying wuiciiinap., '",'S'a"' . " "r "cr
Shlch any Journalist can, In such times be necessity and -lorlons irofil of heeplug , i. of ininols. baa been contlrnied asacenl to' Thn niviknamnt nerloJIi.l. of Iho 10th In.
llookafter. He must thronlclo what hlmaslatel .i,r.rnd m.-r and winul, Tndlnn. In Tnin. slam, savs at follows i
og, and glvo warning of coming I . "On tho departure of tho French mall
Iwblch cast their shadows before, at Tue Evousu ITiflr. ha,c rccclud . fKf.r.K:!5,?-.ni n"r,h7Sj,,t.M.,!J:
"""lull ......-- ..-.-.,-..- . ...,-.,-..
Jlnlo-rrl.lB Aboul IU. We.l lu. ' - '""''. "" .' K"""
would allow. The people of thai section werq
llAASt, D'ccmber Sd, 1801. ,akcn tn ""'J ' ""V" ani terribly fright.
blnce I wiote jou !at, ibeie haaappeared luipn5 , ... Mm ,,.. .u . .i , e
,.,, n,', r s.iitiao-o di. ruba aoinn lii In General Hlndman was on the other side of
Ibe iru,nl Sal Ulago ele i,iii., some late In .... !lh ,, ..,. foree. unable. If not
formation respecting ine wnereaiionia oi inat' ".,,," V "".": ' ' '
h-i-.. n. i..... ...7. ,1,1,,,.,. ., i,i,i. r,,,!.,,.. tinwilllng, lo engage us.
The patl.wuv to the Arkansas rher has now
been opened, and If the gunboats will open the
lower end of It the winter's work of the Army
of the Frontier is marked out.
of be-In,? misunderstood by noodUi, nd from nudson Taylor, the Tdluburgh Review . Liecicavt Commamiib A. HorKiss and Alabama, had three dajs previouilj lea lhat JerrinbOK Cur, Dcc. 19. The Legislature
csented by nincompoops. and the London Quartrrh Retlcw foi October. , Acting Assistant Pajmafter I. F. Imlay have place, In spite of tho steamer San Jacinto, that lor Missouri nut to-day.
In mediation Is Imminent. The ques- They botii contain nrtlclea upon affairs in the been ordered to iho Iron-clad gunboat Lcblirb. ? u"1s,nc n circnnnianees respectj i.. e . .,t.ripn, rauicai cmancipationisi, w.s
- .n, w. .... ii ,, v., . ... ' ,. ,: . c. -i. ..i. t a rt i I inn tins auair aro rmorr cur,ou,auu o iwaru v.ec-ivii buvjxkvt vi ,uu jiouso di iwru.j-iour
pw sh9uldwemeetii,and what can we United States. That or the London Quarterly, d lUra from ono of Iho nas.cnsrers bv Iho inalorltv. and J. B. Pratt, emancipationist, waa
Vaboutltt. artcr Ibe tiste and pilnclplesor theToiles, is BDITOHIAI. SI'JUI UIV. Tampico to this put, who Is worthy of being elected Secretary or the Senate.
IWhcu Mason and Slldell were taken by Capt. , eimperous and rampant lu mallgnlt, against, T.ren.T.n thoi .iHnruuiow, lure .r. believed. Tho French authorities woro obliged I Mr. Rlehardsen, In the Senate, tntrodnced a
IZ ... . ... T. .1 ... ... --.IT. ....... . ... ..." '
(..lines irom an tngusu steamer, onu iKwii,a ,. .ortncrn state", tne Edinourgn is olen. rx c,i ia Quebec tholast'year,
Arrival of th. Princes, noyal.
Sr, Joiin'.. N. F., Dec. 20. The screw
steamer Princess Royal arrived hero on the
SOth Instant, thirteen daj a from London. She
la about ronrtccn hundred ton. burden, and
has a cargo or eight hundred tons. She took
In hen' two hundred tons of, coal and a few
tons of codfish. She sails to-morrow, It Is al
lnrrd for Halifax. She Is a splendid vessel.'
fc.. .... t .Th.. AwniualBM .. flf .tkflh VT nn udAln.lrtn fljiAlUrt -til AM.ni.lnkllnnUl ' I t . 11 Aj.nln (T 11Vin1virV tfA tslAtr mA
i tj rcsirain inv s vit"u 'tui ." iiuiui icauiiii.uu us.vitiiujt; nti ruiiautiiJu tiuuiai.it iid auu Ii iiCii auu'tvu ivi mMmuj, v wwv.n
efti.Ul" lit' i wiiBiuii oi iinjit.ssv-'ii va .uiuui iu"-ii iau.Hi;iu iu .iiiii(unit:u vuiaiikiiftiiiuu us
The rebels hare been repulsed three miles
from jiumrorasTmo, j.Tcryining mere u ftare.
General Hosecranft1 forces hare drlren the
rebels Into Murfrcesboro.
It Is auppoaed that Morgdu Is "Btsedaddllng1
out of the State.
2ROM THE PESXNSVh 4.
rnnuDELTiiu, Dty. 20. The JYcm has In-tern-tlntr
news from the renlnsulo. under date
of Fortress Monroe, dated to-dar.
lien. AOEiec nan received iniormauon irom
contrabands, wbloh was considered reliable,
tha,t a body of seren thousand rebels, under
Gen. Trimble, who had been detachod from tho
army of Fredericksburg to asMst Gen. Wise,
was approaching Gloucester Court-homo, with
the view, at was supposed, of at acting: the
batterln at Gloucester Point. Our troops ere
underarms, nwaltlnff an attack, and General
Xagleehad prepared to attack the enemy In
force to-day, (Monday.) We had two gun
boats In the rlrer to assist In the defence.
Oiaganlca county, Wis.
Pepin county, Wla.
Angustln Munich Beater conntyi Peon
AjjpIicatientiDtniciJ. , -i .
Charles AlUop do ,. do
- - DtCftS7:i8C2.
Jacob Nlchtcr . Summit county, Ohio. J-
Danlsl Doyle Ouyahoiia
Joseph Rilihtri,.j- do
Oeorgt Waltbtr ; do
OFFICIAL. '" 4 1
DirimTMrtT or BUtf," T
Waihlogton, Jannary 25, 1862; b '
The SecroUry of State will hereafter rtcalra' -members
of Congress on bnslneak on Saturdays,
commencing with Batnrday. thflrtt f nt lt
month, i "
WILLIAM n. SEWARD, -.,
RICKTAND -WOV2TPED OPFICFIlfl.
Scroeon GEMtjaL's Ofncx,
Wa-hlngton. Deo. 10, 1803.
Sick and wounded Officer of then Regular
Army tn IhU city will call on Surgeon J. K.
Darned. U. 8. Army, for professional attend
ancc. Office No. 230 II street.
Sick and wounded Officers of Volunteers In
thlsclty will call on Surgeon M. Clymcr, U, 8.
Volunteers, for profeptfonal attendance. Office
203 PcnnyKanla atcnue.
The ahoro named Surgeons are specially as
signed lo this duty.
JonErn R. Smith, '
Acting Surgeon General,;
dec 18 dtf f
Report of th Cnmmlt.tfi ou "Christ ma
Dinner, V B. General Hospital, Armory
The uotlerilrned, appointed at a neeUatfofla
dies, con . cned by Mrs Caleb B. Smith, chAirinaa.
to superiQtcnd the preparation and distribution of
theChrlitmas dinner" to the sick and wounded a
sol tiers tn Armory Square hospital, hare the honor
to report that the Intention of the donors were
carried ou In every particular, and that theoeca
ston was one of special Interest.
The patients In bed were sen ed at one, and the
conalcsrents and attendants at two o'clock, to tho
number or six hundred nnd leTcnty-tlK, with food
prepared principally under the Immediate uperrl
ilon of your committee, and based upon a diet list
turntihedby the medical o fleers of each ward
The bright races and cheerful voices of tbo brara
fellows on that oecaalon Is sufficient reward for
the . arlous labors of your committee.
We take pleasure tn acknowledging the follow
lag articles ironv
Irs. Prctldent Lincoln 10 turkeys, 10 pairs
chickens, 3 quarts cranberries, l bushel apple.
Mrs. Smith 10 turkeys. 48 chickens, 10 rotse,
half barrel ovilers. 3 barrels applei, S barrel pota
toes, i barrels turnips, 1 and a half barrel oranfes,
3) pound i butter, lOpounds cheese, U pounds sugar,
1 and a half xks cranberries, 90 heads cabbaje,
1 box rrapee, t bamt, ISO pies
Cash t 60.
Caah-a 0u. .
Caih from n sentlemen residing In the feveoth
ward a oo, with dlreclloci If not needed for this
occasion, to be used In the future, under the direc
tion of the lurjreoo in charge, as the necessities of
the sick may requite.
Mn Mcronnell ice cream, mall quantlt), 1
barrel apples, part of which was returned at her
Also, from i arlous other sources 3 barrels ap
ples, 3 doten Urds, W pies, cheese, custards, puo
dln. Jellies, tto.
They also acknowledge the valuable assistance
Your committee. In conclusion, congratulate
thoie whose liberality spread the entertainment,
ana inemaeircf wiinineeoniciouineaa ibii uir i
havefalthfnllydltcharged their truit Inananner '
eminentlr satisfactory to the recipients of jour
bountiful generoilt) .
e have the honor to be, your most obedient
sen ants, r
u rs. r. . . isi
Mrs. Wit la an,
Mrs. J H. LLYAN,
,VJPir CAXTEHBURY HALL
WILL BE RB-OPENED
Wedneaday, Jttvr Yfar'n Kre.
NAVY YAHD, Washlugton,
(mttutaJant't QJflc, DtcwMber 37, 1843.
FIFTV DOLLARS REWARD JS HEREBY OF
FEfUD for the apprehension and delivery Into
cuataHror the eonimandaot of the neareit Navv
Yard, of each of the follow Ing named persons, de
aerlYr (rom the natal service of the United States:
Acting Third Assistant Engineer Henry Boreura
and Acting Third Assistant nglneer William Gad
dard. both of the United State, steamer Currttuok,
and both believed to be residents of fv'sw lorkor
Acting Master's Mate T, H.Brown, and Acting
Master'! 3Ute Augustus Farwell,or tne Potomat
John H. Campbell, Captain of tho Hold Victor
rarr, irainau, inu 11 m ucvva aij .ua Dtcvuri
iMumnieD. nii ni ma v-iirriiue.
ANDRFW A. HARWOOrJ,
Navi lard and Potomae Flotilla.
vrr CAXTEnsunr hail
WILL DE RI -OP I MED
Wedneaday, New lear'aJKre, ,. v
tui Fort Warren, the wliolcjrcM or Iho totinirylfit)y more moderate aud (;IoMug,ljul 1 still) ,m.ji.i ,,, . prey, whlth tvery taj Rives ttieni such nn- cnunilalcahyihcrrisMcntof iheUnltdStalesi
ouleaforjoy,andealci,wllhonoaccord,"we Insist, that tho Interests of Fnglan J rmulre a ",:s Ui. miminiaii-i on taMm, coin ,Juijaul m()mcut'. ' whleh was nnanlmously adopted.
ir.II naer gl them up 1" But still, when tlii. Ulsiolullon of the American Union, and that n,1"1 of '"' J"l'-'"mf ' ' f ' ' n,llf. anri 1 he captains of both .teamen wero occus-
rnguahGovtrument demanded their surrender, . all English parties dcilrc that event. The Ed
mm mil sail fi II r rendered them. tnKiss1i hnustuf ailmllt thai tlin V
force for Icksliurg. II. IU attai L, the rebels iomed to see each other ou shore, and In one of
SiN KKiNcisco, Dec. 29. Tho agent of Iho
sr :zru"t,r ,urrcDU"' s!TvBi : r s rr- " js: i ;ho -. ..; p0r, n.d,n. M . ? ii-j? .ss ?
......v ,... .- i,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,... . oama .am iu iwwuci miu.,.i, i .,.,.,,, ;. ,.r,,... , ,,i.,.
P,fV3l? . , ," ',, ',' P"-oeUmIou of 8e, ,. mbir , by Ii, tendency Hum, only lou mimj ffiher If lre.ehwTe&7 per & fion.iltntlon until tho
FiU4o lu (Jioof foreign mediation or of. to enlist the nouular jml .Usirr ffeln"of En. "luriiLow Wrrb. editor of the Vlbanr Euh. ion nave jAwoi ins one ana uuoi ineotner, ii .;.......... llh
kttatcrence, bnt ,Ia a cry dlllwonl thing to , r0I.L, renders It more difficult to tntmcnoln !j Journal, sirltlngtn thai paper from Woth- board'j mi, take jou and destroy )0U.' ' f ,,ust,l0!" lo c" Captain Semmes.of tho
ui-th. uroiKjsltlop.anq saturaclorllv uhikmi ' hi half tin. soulli. Ington, says i , Tin captain of Iho San Jaclnio would not it. r "i "' ' Th,.ymcr Ariel
luynhoil It comes. nyr "The I'rc.liKnt and his advisers," sy tlnse " I believed then, and I do iuo.i urougl no, ccpt me cimiiwkc, ..i m iu m.i u. w n Th( ,lPamcr 0 on lM on Saturday for
lor ourselves, wa are opposel to fonlu wi. reliefer., "no.slbli hone to embarrass any '!"" "" rMlien o,UU a.e fniWlo. erj vtrnn ' S?"'B '" ' :?"? " nnivamas. wlih a hundred passengers, and a
d a, on and Interference In our affair., and .W. .uropcan Go erument a l.lch nuy.be disposed . ! ,h w wwX'X w ,S' U. ai b. avVdo, I, par'ently ' l.l l.lin.elf In ! V;"V "' 'lerjr for the Mexican .liver
lott. affair, of thla continent. W.are fortlie 1 10 rccognire the Southern Confedenii, ly Luramnf mm fhivvi r.Hi, exi.it to cousiruellu a i.li, with i largj (bundles of dry miuci. . .
... . ... .1 " ... . . . . ' ' ' '. .. ...ni.nnilr.li.il i. lililii rlnu nr liU rninnnnl .
lo-roeiloctrine. Btiiiwearenotsiupiaenon.'U' maUng such n rerognli onillsi iMiTul 10 public ,'no mc results oi enijaieiiieuis. ur uai y - " - V" ",-"., VrVi I
to .tut .m, eve. to eert.ln daner,. and think ..," r.,i.n,7,,.n.. ...... k.i Journal, li.tokcpt the Confederate, mlm.tel) H'" "' ''' 5U" ?iT't?' ;V..
..-, j.-., .. , u,.u.w.. ... e. ..... -j... j an(i .lasonablv Informed The eietter the ". " imuvh, mu uuiuviuiiuMn mu,
luither. Is uo danger becanm h e refuse to sea (, n,u ,,, proclamation wij ciMnli i,u ,n,n,e un.l nceSriri of these Journals, llm ulilch wiro veij dork, the taptalnof the Ala-
I" We aesiretoinoany ana thape the coming jun.' .-rciter the r iulu to the tneiiii. . hm, ii a i..w ,
... .- . . . ... .. ... r. . . ,.... .. .. tut'. Ill iiic mil. ... hi. 1. 1... ..'... M. .. ......
t-zmLsn wr cannot rniurui nor avrn it in i asiraiiiru uotinoi. ami nuno.i utain :.". r.i.. .. .-.j
... ...... .-I. ......a.......... . n ...... ..Tl.. 111 1 hj -nun
MEniCixEiiMlMus ArpoisiiD. The Com
missioner of Tensions made Ihe following ap
pointment, of .urglcal and medical Inspector,
for the service of his bureau, vis:
Dr. Edward Dorscb, at Monroe, Mich.) Dr.
. P. Flnley, at Leon, Iow.i Dr. Edward H.
Grant, at Troy, Kansasi Dr. J. F. Newland, at
JSmporla, Kausasj Dr. John F. Daggett, t lek
I See a woman In another column picking
I Bambucl Grapes, for Speer'a Wine. It Is an
i admirable article, used In hospitals, and by tho
first families In Paris, Loudon and New York,
In preference to old Port Wine. It Is worth a
trial, as It give, great satisfaction. tf
PIIOV. O. S. FOWlH, the old and dlitla.
rul.hcit author and lectunr on rarsaotorr
and FnvslolofT, wilt dells era eours. of lecture, la J
.vaauingion Rixiui iiiv lira, wi iciuiij .
dec SO I at
-)I10P09AI.S POn ENVELOPr.S,
Post Orncx DcrAkTMCKT,
n'uiHinitm, PrmnbtrS), 1.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at thl.
Departmeat uatll 1 p m . on th. loth d.y of Jsnu
art, leUifor furnlsblnE liaco,nx Eat elopes, mor.
or less, aa the ro.tmaiter General my requira, to
ba uieo by tnls uepartment lor corcrinK letter, re
turned to th. writers. ...
These en, elopes ar. to be made In th. most
timrnuvh m.nnp. af th. beit Manilla D.tuv. and
to be 1-3 by .3-10 Inches In site, and must I
rorcfielug th. eUlAwe would d rect public ui
to ltepul lleau urs, Ae thluk lhat, had the tu(l
IUltimoue, Die. 59. The Governor of Ma
vlaml to dav commissioned Hon. Thomas II.
licks as Senator to represent the Btaleol Ma-
...j. ..in. i : rvltnd. unlit tlie next mectineni tue i.ec;isia- ..... ivmnntvnpn
i l.i- iiiu,ii. uiiii iniu iiiiii i.diii- -.- ,. , K ,, , , ' , IVTflllt H. i n.v ..... ".'..--r,
.ill Iho tops or Iho palm tree, placed nre, ill jusei ni lion. jame. a. rearee, ie- j OLVIlts, (IIHUMliM; urilt,.
s to make tho detection more complete, cca.ed, . ..
and sailed out, Willi full steam np, by tho side .,. . r,.mllth v. I DI r0T ot ", " " ,. ,L .
t. il.n Min Jadulo I'orumoiitn, A a, , n R.Uroad Comp.nle. eomposln th. line U.
Ibe ml take of the captain of this last who, Fomiiem MoM.on, Dec. 3S.-A flro occurred twc.n washUiton '.ad iM. ork .. jwona
Mo1, M,7o on of tWruuh trau.po,..' US ? r'""!h ,"' roofrBln ?"??' !'. , iX.w'lrUW,Jr.h. ISSS.WS itiSEft$
' ; i ii. Dii., .,.,, ,... .ii fiu iIhcIUiim altuated on frawlord clreel. Iho ndetpri.Mii 'J'Hl?i..t.HAn..raf.BiHiiii.
,. -, . . "it uniiMii iiii tiis.st.1 tsss hi"), '"i ". ! ,i...r... t ... ... i i... ..,..iu..i art woiliuifu ur ".( it.... -r.-- .....
l.mniNOK IIOIUTIO rrYM..l It" inea,.CIS i..i- r.u. ..-- l lis. u l..r Innr .1 ,va l-aniunmre iiutit nu ui.-i-mcnfu. ..iu...-a.
lo,kfil fur Klih much Iiiu.nU l the nefir lent 1 riiilii. oiilslrle. InrtuUlu' In th proanect of iMi evening fonr negroe-wrro lmwut Jo
larf. It 1
" luniiDi iop 10 inquire wiui nn dim in. - - ...-,.. ,, ,
- i.cr inn 11 wenrr rjniu n rauirai -.."" .';";"." ..... . ..";.. 1. ;., .i.nr..w.iF.m A.nt w.rr.. t
aiuurUuir, and to wruuur country to the .9MUe "Wtiiirnt 01 u,- uulf, m.tii, J11 Ii tun nr nnv urour roniffii itewa, tun "7i;";aSMimttoM
onr uniiitj", rJottaruon, .--.j-. .. ..-..,. .. ,...,, . ....,.....-. 1,.(P..ll..-.i1.11U(t. - uar'tor, on tn1 iwn, pi in tPKiicntran-pon
- . ,. ..-(j ...-.,..,... . . , ,.,.,., ........ . ..,, . IIIMM Hill IMIi IUI"' "I l"M I'Satlll IS VI', -11B( I 1. - .
tentlonio- It, and uVt stupldl ay there la nn Hanks expedition was a programme iieenled i Ooernnniu onwlnteil ille genrrils, nnl ia. llubls to mak. tho dciepilon more complete, ccaeu,
danger, because, forlwlli, wo happen lodlsa- bv ihe Ootorument upon the full knowlelje
ptote of what scemsVto be Inct liable. It Is u ami in auoruanenwitii m-iirssoi iudiisi
1-ndld.thInif to bo touil.teui. and nnowlio Ilutlcr, wiioi. perieiih aniiaiiwi villi mc in
Pr eiprewca ophUons, may boast of thli i held of nitrations to whlih In. I. ii.liiie.l.
uliig Jewel as hla possession Hut llm man Wc lue this foi lha c-ihlI il beiiihi of Mr. .1
liwoullwvehls cdiintry tothe bestof lil.1 '". "" rcccuti) ki.-m i u pjpir riiiutiiit,
libit raunot atop loInijuIn-wh.it ho s-ild j c. P0"3") "l1"" funeral liutler. Said pa cr
peehlh had It lnsltle.l upon tliiioiiah dls-
etidine In the urni, the rtl illku unuld buic
biiu sii1iJuimI long at;.
lll.rn.r. . nt. Fan. a ll ITUfitl i V.
the Cam 111 lemei'ii i i-.awft,i ...- . .
4ay. Bland e and Stveftha
Ufttle dojs, and all
Aim mue i Illicit it I ll.o penile at i rilli- inr ounine, inniuiu in tun prorpeet oi , " ' ;; ,' ,, "; , a i .i i iiiiV.. ' V .rSMi.V. b r... inT..iVh.i I. mi a n'.Lift.
... .. i u ... uimi,, tt n. nmn time that ho learned Pr 'ess Monroe, Impllcnlld In tho kllllllg Of a .ml SATCBUSS. l"t HMliilelplils, at a o clock
s sa d lli.lt Major Sprasue Is to be "I f""; " " ""', "m. """ . ,.'. ,", " whit,. m.n nl Ni wimi-I es naim not knowu I a. in I spre.. rrsln
.,. .1 or vt .i.M l,w cirtnlnl) of liia Inning been outwitted. In) , """ m1" "' wwn ."scws.nami not knowu. a, in , . i jmj
neralql.Ntw lork, sure. ,1 0 icctlitdiiitclll,cutijlhal Iho Alabainahad ,. ,.
ur an v iir'mir fonlLMi news, thtt burnt an American senooner irom uaintnerre." sn. uii.ro i sou.e. .- . tautloii to Passmcesi
'. ,.,,,.., , ,. , , , , , ,, , , , ,'.,., , k.ii. . i rue same paper mentions the arrival in Ihtlr PuiUDitrnn, Dec, S9. The Glrara Uonte , w,i,,.k. umin r acini
fael.at that date, l.en-rol llanl. had I en lu Hllell ha. Imlncal some distinguished rem h u.t,,nri on ,Kioih. of th- English tr.nporl ),otel, after belng'closed for lwor"r.,has been Ka.'"i"t anliheS,?Js7.fSS. .1
common! of thai Jepaitinnn ,.jl,t liy' Di lululsm. in fatnh the iiiih. to It is said, rtcmiiu I ua, with 111 I'reuth eillor. ou board cntlrelv lefltted, and Is now orci, to ihi puMw tuiui).aieticl.ft oul) at the Ticket
vis w as not poned, for om e
hire 1 Mr li)touf
for ci i Crur
Caution to Passengeia. ,
Ulill. Ui lue
ummsd for .ealiar at le.il 1 1-3 tache. at th.nolnt
Tuey are also to nave upon in. uppr .uri-ov k
oiiantltv of Drtotlnr. In clear type, covering about
one-third thereof, In conformity with s iwpM ,-,
which will b. furnished on .pnltcatlon at thl. Lx-'
llWa are also Invited to furalah 100,000 envelopes,
or such quantity th.roof a. may b. ordared by lh.
rnslmssier Cenrrali to be tboroiitchlyio.de, pf th.
be.t ciuallty oi buff p.per, lo b t by B-so Inche. lo
size, and to hat. the word. 'Tost omc. Depart
ment," "Offlclsl I)ualneas,' and " roalmuter"
nrluted oalhtmlnthe manner prescribed by this
All the aboteent clone, mult be handed lo par
eel. of tnentl-llie and delhered weekly at th.
roat Office Depnrlment la Wihlo.ton, In good or
der, re.dy for use, .nd free of coat lor packloc and
trsnf iiortatlon, aad at Ihe rat.of S0.OM caoh week.
1... . . a. ..... ' . - a .. .J. . ah. Aba. c r.hH1.
rue nrs.aemerj' o i miun uu in r"i-
Maa.a , arnaalaii in riirnfah tltnnla?KAf thfl
tent elopes' whk h thei propiwe to aiipplv, and no!
r til will beconawereci uriieaBiiiirri-w wjrnini...iB..-
rers of entolotcs, aeiompanleil t) sstlsfsctor) I
tho eoutract will le awarded lo ithe party sub.
mllllail Ihe lowest and best bid, wM.h . tobj de
teriuloeit by taking Into account th. price sod Ins
'"ttoni snd.ecurli) will bo required for th. f.llh
ful perforoi.neo of Ihe eoulri.t, and all pa) mints
nadir II III b. mJe quarteil) .
Ihe bid. ahonld U endorsed "Pioposfl.for ra.
i elone.," and should re addresaed to the. Third
Ai.l.taat roatmaater G.nrr.1, i"n.t Offlc. Depart,
neot. - at. ULAIn,
dee SO dtjsnt Postmsster Qsasral.
brpwtoi theB J.0 R H Co
A'JJIT CAXTERBERT HALL
WILL SB HE-OFIHED
Wednesday, New Ve.r'. Kt.,