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Arnn AAA ?money to loan ox dia J
iDOUU.UUU. monds, watchee, jewelry, !
?tegars.sds nnfortes, meichandlae, and personal property
genera%, or bought for cash. .Vote*, stocks, bond* and
jaortgsgee, Ac , negotiated. Business confidential, and
executed promptly, at No. 78 Nassau street, first floor,
back ofloe. A first rate restaurant for sale.
ffllOUtUvUM.Fwlrj, &o. or bought for caak.
?oo4 eiif stock m, nates, bom I* and mortgage*, bill* of eafl
ekange, Ice., negotiated. Business conhdential, and
i promptly executed, at 103 Naiiau street, room No. 'X
THOMPSON k CO., broken and commission merchants.
(?Ovf-V/VrV/ jewelry, kc., or bought for cash.
Motet, stocks l>ond? and mortgage* negotiated: real
eetate bought, Mid and exchanged. All business strictly
confidential. CHEE8KMAN, BRAISTED * CO., Broker*,
86 Joka street, corner of Nanau.
(Inf)\).UUU g?g? ontmproved real estate, in this
cfty or Brooklyn, In suras to suit appllcantH; also $30,000
vu inveet in the purchase of mortgages. Apply to
J. K. COOK, Jr., No. 4 New street, near WaJ.
(9i e a AAA-? IX)an on diamonds, wat.
?OvfeVfV/vF ehe*, iewelrr, segars, and raer
chandiae generally, or bought out. Bonds and mort
gagee boaght and sold Money constantly en hand at
146 William atreet, near Fulton, up stairs. FORBU3H
A CO., loaa and commis.-ion brokers.
en, gold and silver plate, pianos, se
gfrs, merchaudise, tc , io , or bought for cash. Terms
t'onfldMttial and safe, by applying at. 237 Grand street,
corner of Bowery, room on second floor.
aV/wv/ late in tbis city or Brooklyn. Apply
to A. R. MORGAN, in office of Hcolia A Cooper, 20
'Chambers atreet, second floor.
lB5_Lvf V ? B^od knowledge of the mercantile buftlne?s,
wishes a situation, and would loan his employer the
aboTe, or would go into some safe business with another.
Address N M. Herald office
/% for cash, merchandise, jewelry, diamonds, plate,
property, or security of any description, in sums from
?910 to $10,000. at tbe old established, permanent nad re
sponsible Pacific Agency and I-oan office, oyer Pacific
Bank, eorner or Broadway and Grand street. Business
confidential and safe.
furniture, watches, diamonds, silver ware, nauti
cal instruments, moclmniee' tools, Ac., or bought out
for'eask, and vie highest price paid, at No. 20 Catherine
atreet, by MuCAFFHEY X WAI.TElfcS.
Oa diamonds. watches, jewelry, plate, valuable
<ind personal property, or bought lor the highest cash
prices. R. f(WP, nu Fulton street, second floor, front
mora, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
one door from Greenwich.? -Open daily from 10 A.
M. to 1 P. M., and 4 to 7 P. M. Interest at the rate of 9
per cent allowed on ad sums front $1 to S690. The funds
of thla institution are securely invested in bonds and
mortgagee in the city of New York, worth double the
amount loaned, and in t>onda in this city.
Z: d. vL"&r,}Vic*
YA51MKBILT L. Bcrro*, Xeoretary.
January 'Si, 1 Joo. ? A dividend of five (0) per cent
on the raiii'al atocU will be paid to the stockholder* on
and after Thureday, the tirst day of February. The trans
fer 'books kw ai be closed until that day. By order of
the Board of Director.1, T. R. ALLY, Cashier.
Money to loan? at the empire loan and
Ageary Office, (removed from 12* Nassau street,)
on wince and spirits in bond, diamonds, pearls, watch?s,
furniture, orj goods, pi mofortee, snd every description
of personal property, or purchased for cash, upon liberal
terms by CASEY A CONI.EY, .121 Broadway,
adjoining the City Hospital.
Money.? cash liberally advanc on
watches, jvwelry, dry goods, clothing, pianofortes, 1
Iture, or ax.v other property at the Agency and l*oan ,
?Office, D04 Broadway, corner of Dunne street, second I
lloor, roam No. 9. The strictest confidence and honor !
may be relied upon. Branch office, S4 West Sixteenth 1
J3I TKkxaOKT DxPiRTMl-ST, ltALKIUH, N. C., Ltec. 25, 1864. '
? Sealed pnjpoial* will ba rectived at thin ollice until 10
o'clock A. M , of the 31h< January next, for the purchase
of thrc? hundred and seventy thousaoa dollar* in Uond.i,
running thirty yearn. Thflito bonds are ijsued by the |
State of North Carolina ; and in addition to the faith of j
the state, all the nock. had tiy the statu in ?aid road,
and the dividend* arising from naid stock, are pledged for
their redemption.
Propoeala triil also be received at the same time for ;
the purchase of eighty tuou.<and dollars tu bonds, rua
uing tea ye*r*. is?aaa by '.he ?j.we authority, for the
construction of the Weldon and (iaaton Railroad, and the
improTement of the navigation of the Nouae and Tar
Both daaae* of bonds are, by express enactment, ex
empted from taxation for any purpo**
Tkrjr will boar date the 1st of January, 1855, and will
have coupons attached for the interest at six per coot
per anauae, payable the first days of Jam. try and July,
in each year. Both interest and principal will be paya
ble at the Bank of the Republic in the city of New York, {
unless where the purchaser prefers to have them pay
able at the treasury of North Carollaa.
They will be issued in sums of oJ% thousand dollars
l'artiea bidding will please addreu their letter*, en
dorkd "Propooou for North Carolina Slocks '?to the
underlined at Raleigh, N. C. ; and will distinguish in
their bias the particular class of bonds for which they
bid. They will also state at what point anl what kind
?f funds they propose to pay.
The bids will be openeu at 10 o'clock A. M., of the 31*t
January aoxt, in the prnwnce of the Governor, the Se
cretary and Comptroller of State, and of G . W. Moidecai,
> "resident of the Bank of the State of North Carolina.
into oadeniguwl reserves the right of accepting such
bid* In whole or in part a* may be deemed most *4van.
tageoua to the State.
Successful bidders will be required, as soon ai inform
ed of the acceptance of their bids, to deposit in bank the
amount of their bids, with the accrued interest from the
3 rat of January, 1855, to the credit of the Treasurer of
the State of North Carolina. This deposit may be made
in the Bank of the Republic, New York; the Bank ot the
Htate of Nerth Carolina, er the Bank of Cape Fear,
Document* showing the great resource* of the State
\ad the email amount of ber indebtedness may be had
at this oMee, or on application to lieiars. BROWN and
DE ROBERT, eity of New York.
Dee. ?, IK*. D. W. OOCRT3, Pub. Treas. of N. C.
I Manufacturing Company of Virginia, who intend 1
mbecribiag for the stock of the new company, are in
formed that they must do so on or before Thursday, the
1st of February, as the ?ub*cript>?n* will lie closed on
that day. Apply at 13 Broadway, room No. i, second !
story, between 1 and 4 P. M,
exchange brokers. 41 and 41 South Third street.
Philadelphia. ? tUock and Corporation loans beaght and
eoM o*cenenro*ioo; promiisory notes and drafta, nego
tiated collection* made upon all accessible points in the
country, draft* on other cities, in *um* to suit pur
etety? New York I'niveraity, Washington squar-,
JK o'clock Paper this ^Thursday) evening, on Forest*
Their dietribuVaoa aod influence on civilization, by Mr.
Meehaaaae Institute lectures for 1866. Lecture
evenina by the Corresponding Secretary, Charles H.
Delavaa, Subject ? "Life arid character of Benja
oaia Frank Up Member* and their families admitted
ree to all the lectures. By eriler of the Institute.
Wl I.I.I AM MHJM President.
i 1W tattoo. Mr J. H Walnwright, of this eity, will
deliver a leetu-e before the aaaociatiun, at Clinton Hall,
- >n Monday evening. Jan 29. at 8 o clock. Subject ?
? Politics and Patriotism." Tickets 2S cents each ? to u?>
obtained at the desk of the library an 1 at Messrs. Hall
?% Son's muwic wtnre 2.1'' Broadway.
FRAM W. BAI.I.AKl), .-Lecture Committee
Clinton HMD, on the World's In lebte toe** to the
arch, will be given by Ambrose Msna'iao 0. D., no
Thursday, (ttiK 5 evening, at 8 o'clock Ticket* at the
?floor 64 cents
A latest Parisian styles. fee balls tail eveaing parties,
life r fir red for aaie at half the eost of importation, i>y
CABELL, inPMSON k I.AKK, 471 Broadway.
Bti.r.i arihi.
BII.I.UWK ? tOH PACE, A FIR"T CJ.A?8 iili.l iAIIIi
aaleoo. containing etfht superior U61ee, with Ur
sad features 'ea'.rai loiatie*. na:*sfaet. >ry reaeoqs
girs* (or at?>.ag I'.ea-ie a Urea* a ee'.s t- it. it p-ft
Mr. Benton on Frenoh Spoliations.
Ac., Ac, Ao
Wabhinotox, Jan. 24, 1465.
Mr. Seward, (free soil) of N. Y , presauted a petition
from tliti inhabitant* of Ontario and Madiaon counties,
New York, praying Utat the noisier* of the War of 141.!
be made beneficiaries of bounty lanin. Referred to the
Committee on l'enniona.
BMCPTir* hkhsio*.
After a few unimportant petition* and evolution*,
Mr. RAirtiKH, (whig) of N. C., requested a short exe
cutive stssion, into which the Seaate went at half past
12 o'clock.
all horth or pnoroemows.
Mr. Smmim, (dem.) of 111., moved the Army Appropri
ation bill be taken up.
Mr. Coopkr, (whig) of Pa., objected. He wished to
make remarks on hi* convict and pauper resolution, sub
mitted yesterday, but Bnally conciuaed to defer them
until to morrow.
Mr. Evanb, (dem.) of 8. C., objected.
Mr. Caxb, (dem.) of Mich. ? The Internal Improvement
bill has been repeatedly pottponed. F don't like to risk
every thins else for the army bill, though that should be
Mr. Hi'.ntkk, (dem.) of Va. ? Something should be done
in reference to the Indian disturbances.
Mr. Brodhkad, (dem ) of Pa. ? I have not abandoned
the Bounty I and Dill, but Senators have so amended it
that Idon'tknow it. Imust turn it over to the tender mer
cies of the Senator from Delaware and the Senator from
North Carolina ? they have made it a pension bill and
everything else.
Mr Bauukr, (whig) of N. C. ? The first business iu or
der is the important bufinegs of yesterday, that is the
Bounty Land bill, but 1 yield to the Army Appropriation
bill, if it don't take long to dispose of it, it will soon be
ou of the way, and If it does, we should certainly taUe
it up.
Was then taken up.
An amendment was reported from the Committee on
Finance to strike out the appropriation giving lifty
thousand dollars for the preservation of the arsenals',
and insert two hundred and sixty-eight thousand for
the arsenals, including sites in New Mexico and Texas,
the erection of magazine* and arsenals in these places
and Oregon and California.
The Chairman or the Committee on Military Affair*
objected to the amendment as in many respects unne
cessary .
Messrs Ri sk, (dem.) of Texas, and WxLt.KH, (den.) of
Cal., advocated it.
Mr. Hotkk examined the amendment item by item,
and it was agreed to by yeas 23, najrs IK.
On motion of Mr IIcntkk, throe amendment* were
adopted? one increasing the item of subsistence in kind,
two hundrtd and seventy six thousand dollar*; another
appropriating fifteen thousand dollar* for tbe surveys
ol military defences; another appropriating thirty thou
sand dollars for stereotype works on light infantry lac
tics, for use tbrougbont the country.
On motion of Mr. Shixlub, an amendment was adopt
ed appropriating fifty-four thousand dollar*, and twenty
thousand dollars for now machinery, and improvements
and repairs at the armories of Springfield, Man*., aud
Harpers' Kerry, Va.
Mr. ?ihkli>h also offered an additional section, nuthori
zing the examination, by an existing Board of Claims,
into tbe damages cone to property by Colonel Fremont's
Mr. Hl'NTKR thought thi* was a subject for separate
enactment, but it was finally adopted.
Amendments were also adopted appropriating thirty
thc ui-and dollar* for the iinpor.atfou ol dromedaries for
mlliUry purpotes, and to extend the provision* of extra
pay of the soldier* on the Pacific coast to thoa* of Fort
On motion of tbe Chairman of the Committee on Mili -
tary Atta rs, other amendments were acopw increasing
pay and rations.
Another amendment was adopted making an appropri
ation lor the manufacture of breech-loading firearms
On motion of Mr. Rl'Mk,4an item was adopted appropri
aticg one hundred ami thirty eight thousand dollars for
the payment of six volunteer companies of Texas, called
out to suppress the Indian hostilities there
Mr. Joxm. (whig) of Tenn., offered an amendment to
regulate tne distribution of arms among the States, and
prowling for the sale of tho*e already distributed.
Agreed to.
Mr. Johnson, (dem.) of Ark., moved to strike out the
item of three hundred and twenty Ave thtuiand dollars
fur the capitol extension, a* inappropriate to the milita
ry bill.
' Messrs. Bayard and Hcntkr opposed the strll ing out.
Messrs. JoHKfON, Caks and Raixikh. then entered into
a colloquy about the capitol extension.
Mr. ALLKM, (dem.) of R. I , explained the failure in
tbe building of the British houses of parliament as to
acoustic* and ventilation ; aud said the latter wa* pro
cured by pumping air from below by a steam engine.
All were agreed that It was bow too fate to correct the
error of excluding outside window*, and thought the
legislative ball* must be lighted Irom tbe dome and ven
tilated by the aid of a steam engine below.
Tho Pre .i lent pro trm., laid before the Senate a cim
mualcaliou fiom the Secretary of War. in compliance
with the tesolution of tbo Senate, on the Uth iust.,
containing information relative to Texan troops in the
service of Texas, which have not been paid by the I'nited
Mr. Pkward, from tho Committee on Commerce, re
ported a bill to carry the reciprocity treaty into effect,
and asked that that committee be discharged from oon
siderlng the petition of Meter*. Husted and Kroehl. con
cerning the lleil Gate obstructions, on tbe ground that
the Stale of New York had not proposed any lucb
House of HfpifirntallrM.
Waxhix;t<i> . Jan. 24, 1 S5.">
A resolution wa* pa*J*'l, clou lug the debet* on th ?'
French Spoliation bill to tnorrnw at three o'clock. Tlie
Home went into committee on that subject
Mr. Bitjrrow, (dera.) of Mo., maintained that no far '
from our commerce lining injured daring the French
Revolution, it (u mo.it prosperous. He veil remembered
a caricature reprinting a large white cow. John Hull
holding tt.e born*, France the tail, and Brother Jonathan
milking with both hand* into a pail. He took trail*
with gentlemen who instated that the United State* ar?
bound to pa y tbo?e claim*, because they were released
from the guarantee to protert France in tbe posses-don
of her Went infca Inland*. France never made an ap
peal to ua to t^ferm the guarantee. Those claim* wer<'
settled by the MtUful effort* ol our government to get
them acknowledged and paid by Franc* they wei* ?*t
tied by tbe battle of Mar< nru. which put anend to th?
guarantee, ami restored tiio West India possessions
which Kngland had taken to Krance. Thou* claims had
acquired strength by the effort* of agents and solicitors,
wlioexsmine the record* to Mel out c laims and tell cer
tain patties they will never be paid by Congress nnlrss
they consent to take two or nre cent* on the dollar.
It is time, be said, to read a leeton to this order. It is
due to national legislator*, individually and collectively,
to let them know they are not to govern u* by their
! importunities and appliance*. It i* time to make a de
' clsion, sir, by which those foul bird* that clap '.heir
1 wings over the capitol ? thst infest these doors, and are
, to be found everywhere? It ia time to read thero a lesson
to depart, in order tbat the treasury may b? saved from
their attack*. If there is a compliment I value more
than another, it i* that no man who wished to plunder
the country ever brought a letter of Introduction to ine,
air. (l?ugbt*r.) They should bo taught that they
must c*a?e to throw suspicion on national legislator),
which I* not only injurious to u*. hot to the republican
, government I do believe, while there is great plunder
ing in tbe monarchies of Firope. there never has been
| more money taken unduly from the jiorlet* of the peo
I pie than by vote* of Congre**.
j Mr. Dwjrrr, (d*m ? of Ohio, was for a long time pre
| judiced against tba French spoliation claim*, and not un
, til he was nduced to enter into a careful and deliberate
I investigation was this prejudice dUs.patod. an-i he was
compelled to believe the claims are well founded. Every
? principle of national honor, and consideration of jo?tire,
i both public ind private, demands their payment Th.s
i he proceeded to show by quoting from an t commenting
I on tbe varioa* document*
Mr. CiunimiLiisr, (dem ) of lad., after saying that
Mr. Disney had forcibly presented tin Htsei< ef the e
I claims, spoke against this government * mediating in tli*
i European w*r. If this conflict should i ease, would the
' n.aases have one r?V of hope" N'o, b*' Uiej would t.e
! thrust back into that condition, where tbe silence of
j despotism U tbe synonym* of peace.
Mr. Cu.Mt? t?, (dem ) of N. C , aske<l wnui 1 tbe call
ing out of a larger number ot men to be killed, ami the
j imposition of increased taxation, benefit the masse* f
Mr. CiuMKRUkia, in reply, referred to tbe OJWeweed
j condition of Poland, Hungary, Home and Ireland
' *ajing. we should stand alonf, and let thf war
, work ont it* legitimate end*. It *a* anotl er
I infamous war waged in the name of religion
I?t the combatants alon*>? stand lack ; gli* them scope
and margin enough to piny nut their dlatpolicat game.
1/ 1 despotism esbaust itself, then there will be a hope
I of freedom for tbe world, lie contended that It i* high
I time we have the American interpretation of the law ol
natinns. We should shape Itir ?nd that th* American
power may be fwlt where destiny <J.|?et* and duty de
tji? t ?turv (4: sxriojt, rv
Mr. Ikfiniii n. (Whig; of Mas* obta n<~i permission
to print kua ?.*?? of tiie tariff qne*tlon. The tnmit'e*
I The Senate l*.l *stabli?u ng a Br?-5 .'or tfc* Adyud)cn
t'mcf ( '.alms, was referred to ^k* C. -nmittee re a*
1 AJ.i-:ned.
Our Washington Correapovidenre.
Wajmunoton, Jan. 23, 1864.
The Petition of the Adminiitration.
As Congress drawn near its close, the apprehensions of
members and Senators who hare sacrificed their poaition
and political prospects to the support of General Pierce
become more and more critical. The vacillations of the
President are ae much dreaded, and ao confidently anti
cipated, by that apeciea of inductive reasoning which
infer* the future from the past, that but few expect to
BMt with favors at hia hand. The executive patronage
will not be beatowed on those to whom (Jen. Pierce it
indebted for valuable services; it will be used to malt?
Pierce a prominent candidate for the Presidency. Gen
Pierce will not give the dead even a decent burial, and
he is the very man "who will leave his wounded behind."
General Pierce will do nothing for the Ohio member*
who have stood by the constitution, and com batted the
prejudices of their constituents. They are Union, Com
promise men, and, as such, suspected of leaning towards
Cass. Victims in other Northern States will not fare
much b?tter. Wliat Genera' Pierce wante is a union of
ail tiie Southern States in bis favor, and gratitude is a
nice appreciation of favors t> be received.
If General Pierce cou'd hold Kentucky aad Tennessee
?and the flatterers surround ng him make him believe
he can? -then he could prevent himself to the North aa
the only available candidate, and bis re nomination
would be certain. I do not know whether, in the wild
est ravings of his imagination, he has ret thought of a
io election. Be this as it may. the cream of all the of
fices within the gift of the President will cootinue to be
bestowed on the Southern States, including those who
voted for General Scott at the Inst Presidential election
Itis curious to see how the hired scribblers of the ad
ministration insist on the per'ect harmony which, ac
cording to their forced statements, exists among all the
members of the Cabinet There never was harmony In the
Cabinet at all, fri m the very date of its selection Was
the Cabinet a uuit on the Gad-den treaty* Wan the
Cabinet a unit n the Grevtown affair!1 Was it in regard
to the Kaneae-N* braska billy Was it iu tegard to any
prominent appointmentr The Cabinet was constructed
with a view to its subsequent reconstruction, and It
waa merely the <irrad that u reconstruction would be
accompanied by the entire loss of public confidence
which oas kept it together, it was the conservative
portion, as you very justly observe, thai was warred
upon by tlie Kitchen Cabinet; and were it not that the
country demanded peace to recuperate from the effects
of overtrading and extravagance neither Guthre nor
Mar-y would, at tils day, be among the constitutional
advisers of General Pierce.
Hut there is yet another reason why Marcy has ac
quired a certain sway over the ?'resident's mind, iu.to
p< udent of the law of gravitation by which smitllei bo
dies sre obliged to move round the larger ones. It is the
old rule ? Jii iiU et imperii, which Mr. rushing will trans
late for the benefit of his colleague*. Marcv is a
good man to keep New York frjm Buchanan; while Bu
chanan. if not himself the choice of l'ennaylvania, may
prevent that State from (icing for Marcy. tieueral Cass
it is intended to kill by cold neglect, and bv plac'ng him,
irotn time to time. In the attitude of a defender or the
admin stration. In this manner there would be nobody
left but Pierce to oppose the Know Nothings and whigs
? he would be the political and Presidential reductio a 1
abturdum. Bright and ikiuglax are clo-ely watched,
ard no confidence put in Hunter; for these are ni"?n who
have a position of their own. trom which tbey may defy
the President, General Pierce only listens to those who
reflect his own opinions; henee his attachment to the
Cabinet below stairs, be only feels pleasant anil com
fortable in the presence of those wfcom he can receive ;n
liis d reusing gown. Who would always like to personate
a statesman f Position may be the result of accileut,
but our tastes are our own.'
The contemplated anti Know Nothing demonstration !
in Congress la very apt to prove an entire fa;lure So
Mi. Wiae will derive no comfort from it. The truth is, ;
nobody knows win-re the President himself mar be six
months hence. There are men of su<-h entire Christian
resignation that they are perfect waiters on Prowlenoe.
Wahhtrotox, Jan. 24, 115".
QvHiUi?!l ef the Adminiitratum ? Correction nf Ininalt
in a Hame ? Miiundrritanding Betioetn General Scott
and th' Secretary tf War? the Taryf s< Pending be
fore Committee? Pacific K ailroad Bill ? Colonel Henton
? Scbatlnpol not Yet f\xll*n?The French Spoliation
Claim t, ?fc. , <tc.
1 have been much amused at the effort of the alminla
tratton to doilge the effect of the exposure ef its action
in sending Capt. Davis, as a secret agent, into the island
of Cnba. The Union expects to screen its masters by a
course of petty quibbling, which, though hardly worthy
of a great administration of a great government, is in
perfect keeping with the whole action of the present
regime. While the organ, however, aasaii.s my stale
imot ana pronounces it false, the editor has not the
manliness to admit its correctness In all material par- |
ticulars. I gave wrong initials to the name of th- indi
vidual employed by the government, and thla is made 1
the pretext f'-r a denial of the whole statemen
by the administration. Was this fair? Was i
honest f Was it heroming the dignity of the
high party making the denial f All uiust an
ewer? no ' The lacts being stated correctly, what
difference could It make with the administration wbe
tber I railed the agent ??mployid Capt <<. T. M. Davis or
Captain C. W. Davia, or Capt. John Smith* I will now
? tate tor the beoettt of the travt-rsers that Captain C.
W. Davis. Innnerly clerk to the Hoard of Commissioners
to settle Mexicau c laims, was the individual sent to Cuba
by the Iiepartinent of State, whether with or with
out the knowledge of the President himself. I
leave the- <'n??n to decide. 1 also leave the public to
deti rmlne the Ingenuousness of the contradirtion givsn
to my statement by the organ of the adininistrati >n
A storm seems to he gathering In and around the De
partem nt ot War General WlnBcId Scott was suramin
ed to Washington to appear before the (Vioimlttee on Mill- 1
tary Affairs in the House of Kepre'entatives. to give his
views on the bill pendirg bafore that committee for an
increase of the army. I | on his arrival here, he (list re
E Mted himself to the h"a?d of the War Department, and
ad a free and full conversation with Secretsry Davia.
In tins interview General Scott ex j r-ssed his views upon
the Military bill, and suggested various amend
ments. Alterwardl, when (Jen Scott appeared before
the Committ'-a, he proposed similar amendment* there,
stating that the Secretary of War bad fully agreed with
him on all these several amendments This being the
ca-e, the Committee adopted the amendment* without
hesitation but judge ot the.r surprise, upon learning
from hecietary Davis that he not only disapproved of
the amendment-, but had ei pressed his disapprobation
clearly aad distinctly t>> General Scott la their interview.
The herretary order-.d <.<-n?mi Hrott to ap|*ar before 1
him to-day for an explanation The result of thla later
view is not yet known, but it must have b?sn interest
ng. When doctors fall out, who shall deride?
I herewith encioen you a copy of the tariff bill, aa it is
now |>ending before the Committee of Waye and Means ?
bat unagreed to as vet. What modification* will be
made to it 1 am unable to say, but it is questionable
whether the Committee agrte to any bill.
A HILL kMlCOXi THt. Dt TINS Ok 1MI-OKT* ivd nil omaR
Fee. 1. Re It *nact*d by th* Hwnata tad limit* of K*
preventative* of th* I nit*d State* of America in Con
Hi'"* *?**iiibl?d, That on and after the ? <lay of
? ? . no* thousand eight huaored and flfty-flve, tliera
Rhall be a reduction ol teenty per centum 011 t ha rat**
of duty imposed by tb* act entitled "An act reducing
tli* duty on Import* and for olh*r purpoaea," approved
.Inly thirtieth, on* thousand eight hundred ami forty
hi, nil the good*. war** and merchandue import*)
from foieign countri**, enumerated and provided for In
acbednle A . It t> . K. , I'., <> and H . and alao tlioa*
crov >j*d for In th* third aection of aaid act exe*pt a*
hereinafter protkdwd.
Fee. 3 And be it farther enactad, That th* maoifec
turf ? and aitlciea ofmlk or of which -ilk ahail be a com
ponent material, not other *.** provided for. ahall be
and ar* h*r*by transferred to acbadulaC. that th* ma
nufactnr*K and article* of flax or of wbiel Hat <ha!l b*
a component raat*rial not otf;*rwi*e provided for, ihali
be tran*ferre?l to arb*dul* t> that wool unmaaufa't jred
ehall be tranaferred to M-bedule O; that flax un
manufactured, an t eodilla or V * ot hemp or
flax, that ?ilk, raw, with or without th* gum,
imported in tb* condition In which it com**
from the cocoon, not f<*.ng doubl*d. twi?t*-l or
advanced in manufacture in any way, indigo, *i tract*
of ind go extract* of madder, extract* of Imtf an I
other dy*wood* and roota not otberwla* provi<1?I for, i
ctcblrteal, w?*d or | a?t*-l: cudb*ar. fruaetan bin*, lac
? plrlt* lac anlpbnr. lampMacl, b* trao?f?TT?l to ?"b?- {
dub- H. And that aalt of all klnda. berri**, nut* Mow
era, p'anta and ? egt fable*. u*a<l exclusively in dyeing or
in rotnpo*:nc dy*i, but no nrticla ?hall be cla***d a?
anrh 'hat ban undergone anv manufacture Hra/ii
? ? , .?< ilrttf aed all other dyewoo.1 in *i ?ka. frutt*
and .i|*tabl*i. green or rip*, not o.herwi** proudied for
t ar l?n ?*?<!? and all othei -eed* for agriculture, borti- ,
culture, mci'.lcital and manufacturing pnrp?*e?, no
otherwl*'- provided for madder ruot, madder ground ant
prepares' burr ?ton*?, wrought or unwruught, hotting
cl< tha.b* transferred to *chedril* I.
100 40 SO 36 at) 16 10 & Fro*.
ABCIlir ? H I? no ai 24 1? 13 \ * Vr ?. ,
Tli* I'acISc llailroad bill ha* be*n th* tb< m* of Much
f cited d-hafe, and given ri*? to a grand exhibition of
P?rliar*ntary tactic*. Wb?n '.be bill wa* pa??- I r**
trrday by a majority of 11, I'ol lien ton exclaimed " S*
ba?U>| ol, *lr ' M*f* of ***ba*tot/ol? alike* defeated. elr I
? tb* alll'n defeat*'! '
Yeaterday Judge lUylr, of Virginia *ucc**de| is ge?
ting up th* krench Kpfdiation bill ill the ll"u-? of K
preventative*, wb*n an animal*'! d*b>t* rpronf no b t
Witbnot leaving any iwipi<-Mt(n ontlMinnl ill* t'>*
probabla chance* of Um bill for lucdii or itoleal K
HKtrnrAPrB eounro?M:!ica.
f( orn?|o.,i:enc* of tt? I'*nn?y1?an'an ]
VtMMim, Jaa B. I'H
7*? I'ociJU ? r*nrt of n?i* ?
Truuhi',? Vr Mamn.
TU* l'aeiB? Kallrt-ad Wll U. all Intent* and p?rfw**?,
dead a ad hurled al'.boiffh ait bwyiwl the reach of t-i -
r**urr*cUoaarr ha?i* oftl>? next (otigrr** aat. lal***
?*bm thing ia apeedili do** tbeTexaaat* trench
t um bi'tla wlii miii W ?le*piag *. ? by *id? with th
great railroad iirr,J*e?. Tt*r? ar? only thirty t** *a?k
it daya ltd of tie are**at aad V w an tkirtg
? 1' ut ran bf dc?t b?; ?. id ?. faaia|* M th' ?*-*' a y
appropriations bill*, puir? my oompreheunion. What in
to become of the whole army of private claimant* who
are now beeieging Congre** may be better imagined than
If the House should pass the Senate bill for the estab
lishment of a ( ourt of Claim*, the long recess between
the 4tli of March ami the first Monday In December
might be contemplated with composure, if not hope, but
the chance* of its paaaage, just now, aie exceedingly
Several of the army officers, now in Washington, have
been ordered to join their regiment* forthwith. Tin*
look* a* if Secretary Davis anticipated serious trouble
with the Indiana during the coming spring and >ua
Letter* have been received in this city which remove
any immediate apprehensions in regard to the health of |
Judge Mason. lie will return to the United State*, in all
probability, a* noon as hi* atrength permit*.
[Correspondence of the Baltimore Suu.]
Wshmimitom, Jan. 1S6:>.
The Remaining /Ajvi o) the Itmtinn f'nflniiiinf ttutinet
? The An ay Mill l.ikely u> Lie Over ? 7V I'acijie Hail i
road Bill Referred - The Huunty La nit an!l t'rench i
SjHitialumi, if ? ^
There are but thirty nine day* of the session left, (th '
4th of March being a Sunday,) and there i.i an unuaua
crowd of bu*lnea* before i^ongress. There Is no lack o i
indnatry or application on the part of either me nber
and Senators, and we may hope that a goo I suioiut of I
the unfinished business of last session will yet be di? I
posed of.
A* to new bill*, they will have a hard roa l to travel. 1
It i? thought that the militia or volunteer MU will inter
fere with the Mil frr the Inrrea-e of the army. Tbeie
are enough perrons who bel:eve that the increase ia In !
dispensable to the well being of our Western settle
menta, but they wiah to poatpone the passage of the
bill for the unt reason that the Judiciary bill was post
poned in the Senate till Ik-cember neit. The opposition
to these bill* la wore ol a personal character, aud doea
not extend to the principles involved in them respec
Ti e Pacific Railroad was to-day finally re referred to
the ?elect committee of thirteen, who, "if they choose,
may leport in a week or so, aud then there mav tie
another light on the bill, but it i* not likely that t hero
will be time to pa?- It. Should the next House of Itepra
sentatlves mature a I'kdfic itnilroad bill, It la nouiiwttat
doubtful whether the Senate will agree to it.
The bounty land bill, fioio Infn^ overloaded, la in dan
er In the M nate. If it does not paas vojn. there will
ardly be time left to paaa it through the Mouse. The ,
ridtrs with which the bill is living provided in the Se- ;
nat" are intended to kilt the bill in the House.
The Krench spoliation claims were at last, on motion
of Mr. Hajly. of Virginia, taken up and considered. Hn
much has already beeni-ald on this subject that it would
be a work of suprerogation to at tempt te make it clearer.
The claim seems to be well established, under every rule
of public law. The I nlted States have been benefitted
to more than twenty times the amount, and the poor
claimant* and their descendants have been hurled from
wealth and comfort to penury and dlstruat. The bill
? seems to have a large majority of the House in its Cavor, j
1 and ia likely to paaa without much debate
I Considerable dissatisfaction is expressed by the m*in
; bers of the administration at the late speech of the Km
. ptror .Napoleon nnd some appellations may be ma<le in
? the Senate. Cm' fcono? We ilo not m-an to break either
I with trance or KngUnd, and in a warof words it matters
little who ha* the advantage.
More About the Seven Million Dollar* Pahl
Over to Bant* Anna Under ttir (i?ibd?n
Treaty? Motion to Set Asldr Order of Arrest.
Before Hon. Judge Hoffman.
J*?. li.?Tlit Rrpvblic of Mesiro ri. h'ranciico Ar
raiufois. ? Tlie ilefenil?nt in thi* case, Mr. Arrnngoi?., In
1KM vaa thefonsul General of the Kepublic of Mexico, 1
at New Orleans. In the month of July of that jear. be
recii\ed an order from the Ireaaury Department of U-^x i
Ico to rneign liia olllca of ('omul General, and to pioj ed
atone* to Sew York, travelling night aud day, to lake 1
po*i>?e?lon of the $7,000,000 |>ald over hy th* govern
ment of the I'nltad States under the Gadsden treaty, anl
of whieh Ucn Almoute, the Mexican MiuUter at Wash- |
! ington, had po?aea*?<l hirnxrU ? a* Arrangom a inatruc. |
| Uon* aver ? without the authority of bin government,
l there' v creating great doubt* and fear* in the minds of '
Santa Anna and hit cabinet. Arrangol* resigned hi* |
consulship, eame to New Yoik aud took tie 17,000 000 I
from thfc hand* of Almonte, and deposited them accord
ing to instruction* to bit private account, to avoil tbt
claims of the creditor* of Mexico. Mr. Arrangiii after- ,
ward* paid over the amount to the government, reaerv
Ing $70,000 aa hi* commissions, beiug one per cent.
Tbfa sum the Mexican government aver* that Arran
go.i fraudulently retain- and ha* inatituted thi* ault to j
recover it.
Tim complaint of Juan N. Almonte, Minuter I'tenipo- j
tentiary of the republic of Mexico in the United state*
allege- that the defeadant, Francla*o de Arrangoli, was
an ofbrerand agent of the republic of Mexico, having a '
aalary of t.'l,00< a year, which he bad been duly paid. !
That on the fourth of August laat the defendant recalv |
e<l, aa the agent of the government of Mexico, under the
bank cherka of the deponent ( Almonte), $*1,1128,1133 JBt. 1
for which he gave his recelpta. Tbe defendant, it a a!
leg. il retain* ami refu*es to pay ovar $1>H.^?1 <i3, which
he cl*ima aa cominiaalon. But the government aa/
tbat there was no agr? ement to pty the defeudant a
commission, and tbat be acted only aa an o?r*r harlng
a -tated a.ilary , tbat tbe defendant 1* a citizen ot M-il ?
co, acd by tlie law* of that republic it* employ, a are not
entitle-! to eompenaatlon in addition to their aalary, and
that the defendant had no right to retain the *um be
claimed a* commission. The compla'nant alleged
that tbe defendant had reaigned hi* position aa offleer of !
the Mexi'an republic, and wa* about to leave the United
,-tatea. Inter the?* circumatance* the order for armet
wa* granted, and tbe defendant waa arreated on the Stb I
of January.
Mr. John Anthnn and Mr. Wm H. Antlion appeared a* 1
counsel for the defendant, and contended that the order
for arrest should be discharged. Mr. l>. D. Lord opposed !
tbe motion.
It ap|?ar* by tbe affidavit of the defendant an I tbe
argument of hi* counael, that ArrsngoU waa, in 1^52, a
member of th* cabinet of the republic , In the capac'ty of
Secretary of tha Treasury. On tbe lftth June. hi. he
waa appointed Consul General for tbe republic of Mexico ,
in th* I nlted Mate*; that by the ete^uator of I'reaidea'
HUmor* of July '14, lHfi'J, he waa acknowledged aa auch
Con ? ill General, to reside In the city of Vew York, but It
being afterward* deemed more advantageous by bla gov
ernment that hi* ree!d*nce should be ebanged, it waa
flied at New Orleana, where b* wa* ecknowl-.J/M by
Preeideat FUlmoro. While reaiding la N'e w Orieaoa, <ien
Juan <!e Almonte having, a* wa* alleged, poa*e*aed him
?elf, without authority from the government of Met ra
of the -em of >eren million* of dollar* from th" govern
meat ef th* I ni led States, under the treaty Co?BB>oaly
called tbe 1 Gad -den Treaty " great auapicl.ia aad fear? 1
WIT* excited in the government of Meiieo that Almonte I
might alxcoad with that money and uaite Uimaelf witb >
th* party then, and still in arma against It or on the
other band, if be remained loyal, th* government w*-i (
apprrkenair* and fearful that, iaaem<ich aa Almonte In ,
renelf ng the money from th* government of tl?e l o t I
Mates, inuat have represented himself a* th* autheri I
agent of the republic of Mexico. The aaid fun la. *o in
hi* band*, thu? Improvtdently la that character, night
be exposed to attachment or aelxure, on lie half of act ml
or supposed creditor" of the republic, whi-U might pro
duce very great embarra**aaenta. Tbat there . p., n and
to meet either contingency, th? republic of Inlrn on
tbe 1Kb Jul/, 1*.'>4, directed the <#[*n Ian*, to laat* to
tb* Vice-Coaaal Uaa discharge of b?a d at ie? at New <>?
leans, aad jir?<e#.l to New York without & lay, aa apai-i*l
eommiaaionor, to take sai I money oat of the ban4a of
Aim nte and for thi* purpose. If ri~4e*eary, to del ?.r I
to bis* bis recall a* M>al*tar lleelpotantiary. to ae*<iu.e
said oSce hlmaelf, aad e?*rc* tla* payment Tbat, not
w,ih*tan4ing ill health, tha defendant prnreede Imm'
diately to '-*w Vara, aad wllh tbe gr*-ate?l eaut on an I
dels^acy t?ob u|?a him tbe d erharge of hia new f a'
t on*. Be then d srofered tbat Alnviate waa ma. tag
large disbnraemeata of the fuad* a '|oeiti'>a on b 'i* f
of the gnveramant, aad hi* ftret *isb*rr . ? into- ar ,
from Aim' nte ottering to pay to bla* ra ?? tar/a
Cooav. : Oneral la adr*e- e, the rec> >1 ?f wa h
be eo., i ' rw.t refnae wltboat d)a> I- atng Mat be ? ? I
act ng a*(Vw*nl, which might Le'< *t b I* m 'bit
be, therafere, aa tbe 1 oat prudent cow, re e 4 t , -
} <00, but [ Wad liiteaelf fight with the gnveraawa".. 1
[4Ni*f It to tketr eredi' ?bll leaving a , ? of saiar
A 4na to bim of | . 0M. Ibe 4ef>adao ffnta te t e
..iierBmeat deo-aadlng the amoaiat of b>a tsamlM m
to which he re??tve4 aa aaaeer that the) iid ant pay
I n bla rommi>aw>a, bat a> '? >aaat - u of. red h >i
the poeltma of Mli .itei J l#n>pMentare to tie oltel
ctat*a. witb a larga *alary. wt >b Iw mm a.nee dee tad, i
it I farther tbat tbe instable MSWie* ?' V f*>*"?a
?<eat of M> tiro ia eei^eteat reaeou for ;? ? '? e g ? <t
aa' sat aa ewawWaa . a*4 thai W * ever aaca.. I
ot* to have the mal'.ar t?rtM b/ a l?-| . l". >i . <e
i.,Y\ a i> ?" .J pead i|
Appearance of the NrtrDpoiU-Drlrnllon or
Travel? T Ike Sleigh* In the Street*? Jcrre
ntle Sparta? The i arnlviU Commrwril, dH*.
?'A mow atorm at ln?t," wa* on every one'* lip* yen
terday, a* the nmail feathery llakex came do? a drifting
againat the wlndown and aide* of the houmM, ami cover
>n| every viaible object with a iiliewt of white
During the winter we have had several attempt* at a
mow atom, but they were a II very fr in Ion* elTalra, ami
didn't laat long enough to afford a decent alei^h rid >
butyenterday, an U to make amend*, thcnuow rxur drift
ing down, from early ilawn until late in the evening, ami
at night it continued to drift from oil' the hou tee, keep
ing the air ptill HIM with fluke*. Kvery obje.t wear*
it* venture of white The ntreeta, latdy ho unpKu nit
to look upon have suddenly donned a garb of purity
nucli ai Ihey have not worn *ince lanl winLer. The .
brown bourn n the many colored roof*, aw ultima, window ,
?U1?, blinda, door atept, eave*, and, nden.l, all visible
object* have lout their individuality and are now of one
color, if white ia a color? a queaUou not yet %? '.tint by
pbilo>dph?ra. The tree* are thickly oovere i with a
white foliage, along the branche* and out to th? eud oi
the fartlient twig. The) look aa though thn aiiOw Mot>
mini had come untimely , and llowere'l out of ?*aaon.
During the morning, carriage and omuibn* travel ?aa
lit r.oualy impeded, the home* dr&gg.ng tUeii " alow
length nlong," ami allpping at every ate). Tl>e Kighth,
Sixth, Second and Tliird avenue earn managed to run
throughout the day, but very alowly, a *mall army of la
borer* being employed to keep the tracka altar and in
running order.
Karly in the day a few adventuioua young gentlemen,
anvioun, if aot to make hay white the tun ahnne, at leant j
u> have a nlelgh-ride while the anow lantiet, might be
Men ?'rlv!ng through then* yet uncovered atreet* at a fu- i
rioua rate, and endeavoring to delude tbemnelve* with
the idea that tUey were having a capital alelgli ride,
while tbey jolted roughly over the cobUl" nt?i le Rut
aa tie day wore on, the aleigbing became excellent, and
the bell* tang out inertly from every quarter of the city,
and pleasure partle* innumerable began to intke prepa
ration* for having a " good time.''
Soon *le<ghing vehicle* of every description began to
make their appearance in thn atreetn, beetle a great
many that wera Inde-crlhablc ?the m le-' g / nl*ii(b,tbe
coach nleigli, the cart 'leigh *ta<lge>. and al<id<, vehicle*
that run on runner*, and aome that run wtthont run
ner*; nonilMcript ?le Kb* nU'-b a* wer' II" Kr neeii
before, and inch a* doulitl. -* will never ixi ?i<'u nrnn.
Them were accompanied by bell* of every variety, ring
ing every conceivable change of tunu? belln out of
jingle, and bell* that never ? ouid jin*le decently, bat
all mak'ng a* much nolne a* |m>- Mble, and adding to the
excitement of tbe il.iy.
By four o'clock the mio* wa* nearly a foot deep, an i
tbentreet* were fairly alive with gayly decked aleigU*
lilidiug along and filling the air with mi rry jinglin;.
Hug* oinnibu* nlelgba new made tbeirappaarat , drawn
bjfouranlaix home*, nod flllel to overflowing with
ailpeuny ?lcigb rider*, who amu <ed tbewelve* by aliout
ing and firing enow balla at eajb other while pa*-, tig.
Tbe "boy*, ' determined to have their fun although de
barrid from the pleanureof riding, elu?lered In group* on
the rorner* and commenced ttriug *now ball* at the
pamer* by.
Thl uiterei'ing jierfortnance wa* kept up nth gp'at
vigor during tbe day, to tb< infinite annayani e ut tun
dry old f >giM, who didn't *ee wbere the laugtl caui' in
when their hata were knocked oil by tb<- mUcliief luvlUK
At the corner of Headway and ( tutl alrnct, an oi l
jjmtli tuna atta<aed by attver ii young aRanipa, an I
bin dignity coneirierahly "Liken down" before they had
don* with him Hi> h?t ?r?< brut upaet in the *n<.w,
nod while atooping to pick it up h* wa* ?trunk In Mm
nrrk by n eell <lirtet<-d >ii'i? ball. Thin ? iciteil Id* in
diguat on hut before ha h? I time to utter a word hi*
mouth ??< (topped by h?iiii( filled with ma ancimfoi '.a
My large <(ijanil!y of cold ?n..w Thl* we* regaf4*4 aa a
tnat feat by the yMngatara, who m*nife-t.d their 4a
light by Kn'imi of _ laughter. Tli<* police, of rour-e,
wera aowhere to be ?e< n, fndently thinking it wrong
for them to interfere with the." innocent Infantl
(port*. Ilia boy a were particularly "do?n on" Dm "'tl
Tar*, and "pelted" thoaa eialta'l jx>ra?>nag'? t<? their
heatt'a content, .tl) tbla the Jehu* bore wl'h beeom
Ingme. knr? and appeared rather to like it, thinkia^
it one of the prlr .lege- of Youn/ AmHc* that ahoul l
not be interfered with.
lata in tha eri f.iitf th* ?oow etoppad, au I the *tar*
?hona out m a eiear ? l y. rii* air la cold ar-d dry, wlttj
? very pr<.?ptrt of flu* aleighjag to d.iy. . twiM tkalm
peratura remain at ita preaaat everane, we m .y ?> pert
that the carnival, *0 long delay*!, will coui'neaca, and
the gaj equipage* and awoliing *?ea>- with all tha ap
purtenat,-.e* of coatly fur* aod rich barn' a, wlilrb will
make their appearance In Hraftway t? day nil a* to a
lab tha believer* in v.ard time*.
l?*t night every tli.eg in the Lape of a *Hgh w*
hired for the in^ht,and tha variou* portar huaa* along
the avenue* out to Harlem and High liridge a*r* mp
ing a rich harvest from tha parties of pl*t*nr* *eek?'<
who wet* out 01 a "nl|ht'a alaighin,'
fnow fell in .ler?ey ( ity to tha < 1* pt h of *n? foot ye*
ttrday 'I he railroa i traiu? departed aa uaua), an I ar
rived with but lit tie delav.
Aeronnf* of (he Weather from all Part* of
the Country.
Jan. 24?7 P. M
The weather litre la clear aud very < old.
I'uitumi. Me , Jan '14? T P. M.
Tha weath? r thl* evening I* moderate, w.th Indlrat on*
of a a now it?in
lltwiR.Jan J4-f P M
The weather t.*re |* rle>r and tVe tam {/era t ire m i
CuvitMili, H. g , Jan. Ill?TP H
Tha weather * fold and liudy h<re, indicating ?
?now ttorin
Paan iiiMO, Jan t 4--1 F. tl.
A anow atarui oonmen"-! hate at half paelSvatn *
afternoon, and *i?ow .* now fall ng l?aa?lly.
Brwrov, Jan 2?? H tt P. M
It ta now inow.ag bard in th;? *ity. Wind u .rtbea*
(traitor wo, Jan 14? T p. M
It 'oma<*nc**l ?lowing t> re at 3 o'clock, an < ooaUaae*
up to the pre >ent i ov, with oiica'en* of a baary fail
B?>TniK?> . Jan je? 7 P M.
It eomn?eB?ed etiowing haie about 4 i/'lort w ? *i
pr?*pert*of a heavy fait
K<ai.*?rov Vt Jan 24 ? 7 P M,
The thermometer i* D?" ltd*gi*?a ate ra urn, and
tha <? father i* fine and rlear
Rum Klin Ji a " no*, Vt , Jaa. 21 ? 7 P. M
Tha a atb*r bar* i* clear aa-1 Id* thia aternag, hut
very eoM
Haarv a , Jai. *4 7 P II
At half pa*t Ittr tht* afternoon *a.? naneK> l 1*11'
lag very t.tav 'y here U.'ra ?rr no mgi.i M abate
meat op lo thl* ' tne
*|? Hon. Jan Y4 7 PM.
It Mnna>nw>l aaoa ng here at I NT M and the
?V rm *titl roatlc taa
It ev.|/? Jan U UK
Weal! er ha bean e* ve|y nalei aal p!**ee .t
her* ta da/ . At prraen*. >e haie a depth if anna frnan
eighteen '?? tw> ?? ur a ??* Tu* th?r nmantw <
now !? Jagtee- ahote zero
(to- aiafia J?n. .1 f r M
Tt?e thi rw>' eia-? ' n '?.la ettr ?? aevvn * - If* tb i i
moia.n,' rfM It ill <?gif?a aWt* ??. ft a?w *ta*4a
at twenty akave Tii" weat|?< e m/r Ilia WtvaaVrr
la t"""* "J*
ih r?- ... ?. * v Jaa 24? ' P. K.
TV* eeea - g tl.? 4/ ulfarfort ; iaae, a-?l th?r- a a .
? tr. 1 1 w kW4 hawta|.
P ?' ?> J.n I'. 4PM I
The M*a I* ah etng bright! > h? <t The tiier a>- natar 1
la 14 (eigne* ahave *?rw
f>? . J.a 04 tf M
Wa*1 ?? af TWraaawtei H J'graea ?<?,.. -era
heli r a awe* m * at iH ? ?, /? **
Auun.^u .. )IH
Tha wti 1 )>ae S**a eaate-i r all d*?, I*e >.?** ha^ '? at
a '|ht fall o' ? aaw a*4 ti.? waat ?#v ? n? <a wi??4e?*'?
Pa.' >.w*i?mn? Jaa 1* >
"? tathar w.>*e ate <?.?.?.. f ? I a; a ? ? a>< .t
two a- he. of tt'.w ? ? a it I<
i / i t ! >?<. 4- ? * r. ?
Tl.fetait" ? e* t"*m ?'ae ??-? *
lL ? h t? w*i', ?.fl* 'tJe.-' iU .*v ft ?av>?v
lit Inch** Jeep here. The weather ia now cold urf
dear. Tim train* a-e running regularly.
PmuDIUWi, .!?u 24?7 P. M
We bad a night (?U of ?uow tl< in uioming. but it chaw
ed olf mm ciin uooii Thla evening the weaUier i*
lUlTIMORV Ian 24? T P M.
There we* a light full of >n .? lior* ? arly thia morning,
but tbe weath*' haa been cb-ar e??r nine*. It in new
fine moonlight wth a moderate temperature
Thr Part tenia ra ?l tin I^mm ??r lit. alil|> Sal
II van on Hrt lalaml? Mali ly of nil ??
Wl publiitbi- 1 ia Teateed.ay n flrKiiii ? brief account of
thr *hip HitUiran runi..ng anhore at Kin I -land durum
tbe rlolrnt atorm of Monday We here eluce then ??>
tained the follow log part.culai ?, from wbich it will be
??en that thit iccidrnt ??? not mi *eriou* a* ? ** at ttrel
I ?
The Snlllvan, Captain Mite -bell. left (Jbarlewtoa on tha
lTUt Inataat with a full carfo, ronaiatiiix of 6*0 l?ai*a at
cotton, 17b eaaka ol rice, an i .SO barrel, oi bam. The
w>ath*rua? rery favorable duriif thr gieat'r p*it>a,
Ibr y ??jaw but on fuu lay afternoon the wind frmliia?4
eonallerably and in a f*w boura ble? i p(rf?t gale
They were oMijed to heave ta under for* and ma u top
nail*, but alio at la?t became uUeio uniniuag' able and
drift*'! wl h the currant which at tin* point eel* atroag
toward* tha ahore Wl en within a quarter of a mile s f
the beacb, Vno a at Klra Ialaud, "lie ?Irorli upon a bar
and for a lew m ailt,* t!?e aea. which wa? mama*
high, broke over her deck ? N > hop* we* now enter
tained of the safety nf the eeaael, an I had alio re
maiued in thla pOHl.un ball au hour it Would laid been
licit to ini|>o' dhle to aave tbe rr* ? It to *b?iit
a quarter to -ii whin -In- atrurk and an dark that the,
could with dlfli?u!ty di?> e: n the beach, which lay about
a <|uarter uf a mil* off Th? beach it <-tf ia live mile*
from tbe maiu laud and tb- only habitation upon it M
tbe lighthouse who'll atarid* about a in !a (rum wliera
the Huilitan went anhore
Tli# captain ordered one . .f tha boat* to be lowered, far
the purpoee of ruuniug a line to tbe ahore, but, before
they could free It from the tackllnir It waa a?*pt nvee
board by a ware, and h ?(. They lucceeded in getting
the *ee?nl one down and put' ing three men Inker, whe
reached the l?ea< h In >fety. Tbe rope . otiiiuuaieaUea,
however, wa* of little u?e for the) had hardly laoilel
before the verael aw utig looa>>, ail' ! . after *< raping bar
krel coiiaiderably, wa* driven high upon tha fcwarh,
where ?h? remain* at preient The wavea now broke la
?pray upon hei led., hot the crt i mat ?? Out -if danger,
aud ( repaicd to <11 ?< mhark. It wa* uupoealbta,
while the etorni raged witfe aucb vlolenoa,
aud a* the ahiji lay, to <lu any tloiig effecta*
toward* getting h?r irtoat They bad alread* cut awa>
the mainma?t, and tbrowri ??veral barrel*, wbieb lay
up< n the dirk, orcrboaid, ?o that aba waa now In a crij.
pied conditieii. About 10 o'clock a- ioe boat* rum taa
mainland put oil lo their a?*i*tanne, ni l at o'clerk
all the aallora with their rhrata, were b' mgbt la
Babylon, a little town atout ail inilea from tbe wreck,
and comfortably l?'ged In one <>f the botela there.
Tha ?Sullivan wa* at laat accouali ImhwddeJ to the
depth of ten lert in lha .and. with l.er l a' a broken aa<
aeveral of her bow timber* alarted Tbe rlre ia eaaa
pletely deatroyed, but a* tb" cottain real*!* the actlaa ef
the water for a h>ng time, It will be very el ghtly dam
aged. A* for tb* v"?>el, it 1* couahterv 1 ult<ely
iupo* Ible to aave bar, for, even if tbey a-'toebd lb aa
triiatlng her, *be a ao badly liOK*ed kliat *be woublaaali
In deep water The eapiaiu *1111 reaiam* oy bar, ant
will not leave the !??irli till ;be,.,rg. ,* all laaded,
whli h will take lite daja at least.
Ihe following arc tbe nainee of Uie ulceii an t crew ^ ?
Kllat mate, John llerrlck"' n, See?n.| mate, t aarle* l'et??
mid. M*' ii - ihaai* I'ruriim, Cha*. i'etnaoa, Adelpla
iiait on, Micliael l.roian Win ll'iat Jaui' lu >u Janak
Hmlth. I'eter Aulrawa. Me ward ? Kebard Wkltaan;
htewaide-* Mra. Hlrebeth M llartlet
Th< Hullivan * aixteeu year* old uavib^ i>a*ii bnltt at.
I a*t lladdam la IMW and rueaaure* tk 'lll'itt b i ndi?-d
?ind Qfty ton* -b>' m owned by and ae< on-lgned ta
Mr. fbaiba lluialey, by whom, we beltete, * e a fully
111* o red. Her value la e*?imatrd at fM '??' anl that tl
1 er cargo, which ia *aid t? la> completely ? <i*er?d by lo
? urarioe In thla .ty aud t aiannaii at about V. ")
Kite laland, aa the baaach on which the ^alliraa aaw
Ilea la called , i* eieaedlogly dangerou* to ?e*e*la dana(
? toriny wrai h? r, at a atrong current eeta tuwar-le ik.
AI>out Nve year* * o it will lie reweemUerwd, the KUaa
betb, and ?even of her rew and pei-erigera, anen^
whom w?i* tb* (ooalea- fb - >'i (Margaret )' tiller), ba>
huihaad and rbir w r re ioat aud not mtra than twa
luontba ainc* I r* Da it iwori. a I ranch vea*?l, waa
wrecker) on the aanie Ua> Ii
fil.7?*TI0> or THIS H4LTI' A?f?TI4? WH'TilKKN ITIK.
*k? BT r?? *TOBM.
Th* a'rtmMnj. lUlllc, C'lnitck, f >r Urarpou*, '.aft
bar wbarf jaau r 'af , aa l pi'.cta.laJ ** far a? '|u?'?a
tlM, tUr> ili< ia*kw*4 ll M*Kqw?n ol th* iw??
Hh* will ?? I tb<* moral Aft *1 9 or look Mb*
rarrlr* aist j "Da |'*a.rngrra *li*w nm.n alii l?a fa<ta I
tlMtbrrr )i?r ? !l*t ? ounta t? ? ~ ' (* 10
Tb? *taaa?ab!pa Matloo >'u?t*r. for ClirlHtno, ia4
KUirl.'a, Wnod'.iuil fut Mritub art ai*o ?*U>a*4 ai
'U? r ?!??>??. from Ilia '?m? ctuM au<l aill tail aa
?win ?? tb* ??itb*r f?mi Ita
mju i or TDK HHi? ?mmnii --a.
Th* lirlK <???rf.?ni fn<m \i> taivlrU lor Itoatoa, .a
alao r>(Kjrt*'! en. lit* at alt al?.rh aaol aaltora aa
Ul| blatd 4?ri>| llit Ul< lata, flta ?a< 'ini?
up 'in tb* l??' li oia lUa uifbl of lha ]l>l oppo- ta W??l
tampion. ao-l t* to >1* lly -1 a? ri .4 to >*? a>,rta
llit r ?!l< at IDit ba >U ifna ll?lfa*l,
Mr , ?wt ba ! a cargo 1. f dial ;.art "( wb 'lima* a* iai?4.
t if k ?TBanMir rtt ii.ik,
Th? *tobr?<a of lb* !at* ilrnn ?| [-?? ? to hav* m af
fact m|?i:i Iba irMisi of tii* u sla InmU iilntia
Morrtehra (far poalttoo "iaiinu?? nncliti(?0 (apt
Ixaia m al cuik < a har, aaaiof a liat ba can
r*r 1 *rr btobm *r iirm air.
Kim H<i, foot of TMrtj Hrhtb draat, t R
T!?* lata iti/rin 'lid rue- 1 larabla .|*taa/? t?> m ala
Ijrli'f at ibl* f.?r1 of ffi* '1 '7 Tb? *l?ij.a Ib4# atra ? ?<
A<Jjalaut b?il i *t..i* In* Uttar an old rraaal, la/taai
? lib atoo* w?ot o?a a? ttiat lb* ina'.a ba It/
nra^nl wllh bu !lf* A f.a* >? d?.ii?r all*! >b? ?oaaa
nrrrr ala* taat w I*. wi r .|*aia?* A tare* a '>?p, V?au-I
aaal, ? *? apaat abila pa**i?( lb* Bbat Taarat
rtnum-nui, Jm an. i?J.
lb* ?'hi.'.a't A ?>b/ Wbl'.vtaa, from Ha*aaa*h fo# fbUa
dtlpbia . ?f?t atkara 4aH?f Iba i'a ao! hvia4i; a^b1.,
ia IJttl" r?( Ha'Wif I ? i?? il l ba'l to tblow >a?>,umU'
balM of ?ot'wa ?iiTbwafi( hj.a (If .uiil; ?lll Ua I?t m*
J ?ra?>r f Itjr Vim*.
An. nm ?<<? N?ut ?Ma /or tfanaax baa ??*???
la*'|a*l U" if" ft o' II, MO U aaf'iatartlp pal t far Iw
ral.?f of tka of Utmy CUji rhu ara a*t Millal
tbrt<?rb tba ?"apa?-?.ua4?at if ?ba foor or Iba (yrmmum
l.iwwil '.at a Alia* Tbu (an tu i.<?<r*4
fr? ai tb? f< aa.nif ai> ..????? ?
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24 aa 4? (aa raawt ) _ _
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Una J M U? ? ?, p?r taf o?.aib?> raerlfle aw
? af *'<?? li (iU. ... v? '??
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T?.i? ba* t^a ??raf.,H/ tppr'.pr ?t?l by Ua
A4? ??r/ f'?aatal'U? ap;<ai.lM ?l tba pabllr ?a*Ua?
MW'in ra'rtag il. a*4 U<* Kara Mr Va*
rtu4" <>t Maaiarary ba* nulrrM U? aomullMa a
? ? WU buUaf a U| lb??' (or atMHB Ik
an i.taa *4 Tba jtm+wU .pa tba c?*u**t\aa ara aaa
tba lafM???
W *>??* . r." ? B .-i? f)? 1 rw Jffi*yCllF (?>atiaa<i
tal Uaa/ ,1*1*11. *a4*rai>a a a??k a( paapara' <>a f~r
IU* ??Wbf?ti'-? Wa*hia?t/a * 1?t? f?af, (lha 'JM **
r*Vr?ary b; * ?ar*^a ia 'ba rnam ar a ba'l la lb*
a**'. >af . ? tba H? H"a?* lap.. '.atioaa 'r..ai I. a
fb.(i,i ialrnai Iba Hi,.t/? ra. l*a?a, a*l Ik* I'llMll
a.aafH af rt. pbi* *r* *apa''a? la ba praaaat Tbara
tra Va*aa?? ?ft] a?4 * *ty a??a>b*r* M tbi* 'ttar '>a
c i).i> ??> iia ???*a*t? ara amMlaatip lawr*Miac
Ta' f?M?i? H?a 0 B llttr rf Jr, ba* affavft ?
pa' tw<?. a ifc* li*?t*'atar* of )l?ai /*ra*y a-bMr ' feat <u
f.r*aa*a a?r? af 1 J?i?r ' M; bra ;?ara, .aa'aal af la?,
ia* a * *?*?apt f't* j?'? 4*?ll
n*a raai^rr. - Ibaf.Vaf ? ag-aaa* af -ba
I ?- t?|*rtaa'?t aruaj a^tb Iba tpwt' *a< af tba 0?a>
a ' - ' r' "** "? 1 ra ?<?! baa 'aa>ai
tb* aypara'aa ?f ' o<?paay Wa ), iif ?! M- ?*
f> (aala* S ??* I 1 1*4 3 ta ba lavia-l ap atlM It.*
V> b ualaarl, fa* t ai Ma' 11 alfbl a*. 1 la ra*?ra
ay vat lair b "jaaa ?'%*? a bra aiaraa b*4 eetiei 'baiai
ia> t" *ra T)>? IIMk* faual; Caart *4 ' ?????
?a* a .11 '<ai ra ba *. aa*? win 4 %?** of ap>*al * tl
pr > a* 1 ti . a a? ? >?/ .i* a' aBI '?+ !*'??? ^ **a
a? .tag iMiaf a.1_,-<' mmmi U?* 'aaa aB?rla4. *aa ? ?
la,'* Mar.* aa" ? aa .ta ?aar ?a b ? ?* m'rf aa4
M tliiti I*f 1 I.I a *4 .a*.*

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