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dored. So nt*m'*tu-r wtU k* pe+d to tr,w*?en
adior&ommt** *m*t 4y viW ?r nuw/rtd ht
o*A*r papers ft tie imfes.* accompanied
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?MM*? ?w?* ^ hrm*ifbt to our co>>*>ti*>g
ro*m b^o*? It iW., rk?f rnaf nor
appear rmmi *l>* ?*H
Pinw ?n Ba bTi <*??!? w^4mj to rabecnbe for the
R^on?n ?<*. <?* !?*???? it dWirerod t# ibrm
?>? tbe of a* taw, by AtHtifal o?rn*t*, by
Vmvlitp rh<* mww at Hh- H'ir? or CATflERS B
BBO., (Qfn* of S*MW?t m4 R'.lfWaorn t*ro<s?.
At Whmiwa^. Pm , a. a. V. BtTTLER. 114 j
X?ritM ?>!?<, wM iHMMl >? *? 4WirncT of the Mar. 1
At PaniBii.r?i,J. T. B ATBW, at lb? Eichangr, |
CM fnnwti ttKv ?k* wiHi t^ytow of tlx tytor cnriy
?<ii the iMtriuaf VSt >*
At P?HT?!??rf? it* ?*?? B. G. 8TA
PI.HH, Bo. -i* Bi^ti <?????. rnrnnwootb, In prepared to |
win Mm War i* *H *Im may wieHi it.
To-day, we crnapfy with our prowl*
to enlarge the Ntgr, sending it to oar
readers with the additioa of a full colunui
on eaeh poge. This u it? third enlarge
meat sinee it nm into oar hands on the ;
.*>th of ,Tnly I#st, earh having been ren
dered neea>wtrr by an increased demand
on onr oolouy frwii (mr advertising
Mends. For the* change**, we hare, so
far, been ultra are ted, and, we trust, that
the Mmh eammaairy, m t his imme
<Uato regies will elaavly see their advait
toge hi printing ba fb?? being losers
font )mw?i Mm gBeetlj increased ex
p?? of pBhlisfcmg fbe Hhv , as we pre
sent k B? the pahtte this afternoon. A
spirited and aatm-piising paper of-the
leaf ?mal^fl here, and tfe,
have Aoae am- bant tafttely that want.
We hare already m rw^SSed its bnsinews,
a* ta enable as ta give constant employ*
i went to aear ana Mead red persons, many
of wfcoaa have fcaailiea ta sapport. A hap
pier and mere eoa and steady set
of people than thrwe vrbe ears their bread
by werkh?g, la rarieas ways, to supply
fbe Star tp ha memereus readers, we
rnwer aw. We are pread of it, if only
beauM it la tints daing qnitc Its share in
haareadhag the A^rpriM of oar city, and {
ill bringing a poo k the Weeeings which
never Akl to 4ev froaa the example at
wcMh intwd wAtrpHse, and steady, per
sev^rtag indnstry. If any friend desires
to sec a flur &pecuix? oftbe mottle which
fc Id the hoys af Washington, who, if not
property employed maet be in mi^'hief,
of oocBpao, let Ifti step into oar packing
and coonttng-roont rouse day between 2
and H p. and witness the spirit, quick
ness of apprehension, alertness and em
phasis Bttfrnifiwjtod by onr corps of little
carriers, as they are prcfiaring to start
out, eadh oa his own ruate.
We ewe mueh to ear patrons for en
a>4iog as to toraif*h itHefd and remunera
tive employment bete, and in other cities,
to this daas. We know no better school
fyr the business training of a boy who has
hfs bread to oain tbreagh life by the J
sweat of his brow?punctuality, activity,
perseverance and ooiM^ant readiness fbrj
work be?g thus early instilled into him.
With many thanks tothnee whose kindj
jSavor has already pkoid the Star on the
high read to permanent prosperity, wt
shall, hereafter, endeavor to deserre even
an luci taoc of their y^wd will.
O" The nsoel a<i!fnoH3 in the running
qf a new preetf on the hrst day, prevents
rtjc Star fVm* piesentin^ |s neat an ap
pftrrtmre as it will wear hereafter.
The Uhwh's columns are to-day, for
thfl most pari, devoted to the republica
tion of good (party) things, first appear
ing hi other Democratic journals. Among
theae articles we find uac from the Rich
mond Alnytwrw nj?on the foreign policy
(4 the United St*to?V wherein many sen
nible things are said. We quote its con
cluston. as etnbrac4i^| truths in whioh all
will cheerfully aoncur, we take it:
** There was never a period in the
history of the oountry when the contin
uance of peace was more essential to its
interests. Vast scheme* of internal im
provement havo been projected and un
dertaken, to the successful prosecution
of which repose and security are indis
peusahto. The energies of our people
are now absorbed in the profitable pur
rtfca of peace, and the siul<len sho' k ot
war wooW entail bninwi^- loss and dis
l*he probability of the spread, of
fities in Earope discloses to the
far"of American industry and enter
pr^e.a harvest of wealth, which they
can g&ther only und^|^ie protection of a
peaceful neutcaUty. country, with
its unpeopled torntoii?<? TlVid lately-won
tsonquMSts, wilt tind a profitable employ
. ment for its surplus energy in the work
of developing its retirees and consoli
dating its atrepgth. It is fortunate in
deed that at such a crisis the foreign af
fairs of the country are under the control
of an administration no anxious for th?
jne.servation of peace, and of a statesman
of the Mtgacity and conservative princi
ples ol Seoretary Marcy."
An intelligent correspondent, writing
in the U fit cm (nt* the signature of '? Lax
ainaca.M describes m glowing language
our conwuercial prusi^-ts m the East,
saving, that?
?' The Portuguese, the Spaniards, the
Dutch, and the British have had theii
day in the Bast. Wt- have now stepped
u> to take our part m the fair fruits ot
the ftr Orient. An adventurous citizen
has borne the stars and stripes into tht
interior of Sumatra, and made known the
American name and nation to the prince*
of the Malay .^tatwi for the first time.
Our national vessels are employcl to
open the inhospital gates of Japan and
dqptvoy a monopoly which Dutch writers
.., tiic riews arc no longer desirous of
uggMiPg- 04* ?f our envoys ?as also
vfsrtced Bnma, in Borneo, and concluded
;? ,*rotn > t)_oJ I'
-treatywithksSultan; which,however
I SHyifV00 ,nd d<?*nds a re
newal ?f tue mission. But the expensive
and ?spiring energies of our people are
not yet fairly at work in that region.**
The Stntwl contains a letter from Dr.
Gardiner, to convince the public that he,
rather than the prosecution, is to be in
jured by the theft of the missing paper
m ? the Gardiner Case." Hc ^ hig
own version of the affair, of course, with
an appearance of much earnestness. We
And also in the Sentinel, a letter from
S*iator Douglas to the Governor of Illi
nois, bearing date Jan. 2d, inst. It is
an elaborate and very forcible defence of
the President's recommendation in favor
of the improvement of certain western
rivers and harbors, by levying tonnage
duties. Thia paper bids fair to have
great weight on the popular mind; for it
is statesman-like, earnest, and powerful
in its conclusions. The doctrine he sus
tains is in direct conflict with that of I
many of his own party who go on the
stump, in the West. Fortunately for the
Judge, he has arrived at that condition as
a public man, wherein he must look
rather to the nation at large for approba
tion, than to the constituency in a single j
Congressional district. His letter has j
disgruntled many of his supporters at
home, doubtless, while it can hardly fail
to increase his popularity greatly, else-1
where. By way of showing the 0f
his views, we quote him as foIlowX^ j
" That system which will insure the
construction of the improvements upon
the best plan and at the smallest cos> i
will prove the least oppressive to the
?ax-payer and the most useful to com
merce. It requires no argument to prove
?for every day's experience teaches us?
that public works of every description
can be made at a much smaller oast bv
private enterprise, or by the local author"
ities directly interested in the improve
ment, than when constructed by tfce fed
eral government. Ilence, inasmuch ax i
the expense's of constructing river and
harbor'improvements must, under either
plan, be defrayed by a tax upon com
mere? in the first instance, and finally
upon tl>e whole people interested in that
commerce, I am of the opinion that the
bumens would be less under the svgtem '
. referred to in the message than by appro
) pnations from the federal treasury.
? Scern not to have understood I
| the difference have attempted to excite1
prejudice against this plan for the im
provement of navigation, by comparing
it to tbe burdens imposed upon the nav
igation of the Rhine, the Elb, the Oder,
and other rivers running through the
German States. The people residing
upon those rivers did not complain that
ibey were required to pay duties for the i
improvement ef their navigation. Such
was not the fact. No duties were im
posed for any such purpose. No itn-i
provements in the navigation were ever
made or contemplatod by those who ex
acted the tolls. Taxes were extorted!
Trom the navigating interest by the petty
sovereigns through whose dominions the i
rivers run, for the purpose of defraving
the expenses of the pomp, and ceremo
nies, and follies of vicious and corrupt
courts. The oompiaint was, that griev-1
ous and unnecessary burdens were im-1
posed on navigation without expending
any portion of the money for its protection
and improvement." I
The Intelligenccr, mon?d so to do by .
a remark in the recent short specch of]
Mr. Dunbar, of Louisiana, dtfends the
| administration of John Quincy Adams
| against that gentleman's indirect charge]
?f e*travagance and recklessness in con
nection with internal iaiprovtmenta by
the General Government, with great
force and effect; showing from official
?locumenta that during the four years of
*^r* Adam?, the expenditures on this ac
count were S2,310,475, while in the tight
years of General Jackson they were
510,582,882. The editor closc? his elab
orate arg^icnt with this showing, add
ing :
The impartial reader has now an op
poi tonity of seeing how little of fairness
?here is among politicians who ascribe j
either extravagance or corruption to the
Administration of John Quincy Adams
in reference to Internal Improvements.!
or any thing else." '
17 Tho President will give a recep
tion on next Friday evening, from 8 to 10
o clock; and, also, on each succeeding j
Friday evening, between the same liours,
till further announcement.
K7* We arc in the receipt of the second
number of the Moiwmcvtal Literary Ga
zette a well printed, and admirably con.
ducted weekly journal, published at Bal
timore, by Finley Johnson & Co. Joe
Shillington, corner Pennsylvania avenue
and 4* street, is agent for this city.
Tlte Rumhry Dispatch is the title of
a new Sunday paper published at Balti
more, by C. F. & R. M. Cloud, late of the
Baltimore Republican tf Argm. These
gentlemen show by the spirited and
handsomely printed paper they have pre
sented to the denizens of the "City of the
Star Spangled Banner," that they have
profited by their long connexion with the
Baltimore press.
fTT^'Der Redengrr Adler," the political
bible of the Democrats ef 'Old Berks,"]
Pa., entered upon its fifty-eighth yearl
last Tuesday.
!T7" The Printers paper, the Daily
Lrtioiiisf, published at Cincinnati, is a
model new ?>paper. It is handsomely print-1
ed. and exhibits great tact and much
iVT The winter in England, thus far, j
has been rather colder than usual.
!T7" The ship Continent, which arrived
at New York on Saturday morning from
Liverpool, had fifty-four deaths by cholera
during tbe passage.
? * ? - ? - ? ? ?? ? ?
IT" The Circuit Court of the United |
States, at Pittsburg, has refused a re
heat ing to the oise of the Brio rioters,!
committed to prison for contempt in vio
lating the injunction granted by thai
Court. They are to be imprisoned until
the breach of the injunction is repaired |
and the Contempt purged..
Familt Jars ?Some weeks ago we bad oc
casion to comment on tbe position of tbe Lou
isville D< morrat towards the National A<W
minlstration?one of bitter hostility, as all
tbe world know. In the oonrse of that arti
ire made statements concerning Mr. W. 6.
Tilcheg^ an unsuccessful candidate for tbe
LoidieJlWkjost o(B:e, which we bare recently
nUecoverlA to he erroneons, and'ttkc thisoe
onnen to explain the true history ?if bis ap
plieuUon, as well as bif temper and lone to
wards those who are being so roundly abased
by Mr- Harney, in the Democrat. In Louis
ville, as everywhere else, "the Haraeneous''
are of coarso divide<l into at least two faction*,
the point* in issue between them being tbe
great question of "loaves and fishe*;'.' county,
State, and federal office*, Congress, Ac Kach
faction hate and malign tbe other without
stint. That ie?the managing incn on each
side, who pall the wires to get nominations,
Ac., for themselves, or for those they espe
cially desire to promote, do so. And, 83 is
the ease iu nearly every other locality, the
Democra'ic party papera there take side be
tween these factions; one, the Times, being
the organ of tbe nominal Young Americans,
and the other, the Demtcrat, that of the Old
Fogies; before jumped the party traces re
cently, arraying it self against both, as it were,
in firing away at Secretary Guthrie, so long
the Magnns Apollo of the party without dis
tinction of section in that immediate vicinity.
Mr. Pilcher. who is of the fogy wing, (as
tbe others term that section.) was tbe last
Democratic candidate far lieutfcnant-govcrnor,
and is the bC3t stump speaker in that State;
hating for the last eight or ten years been em
phatically their man of all imk. That is, they
kept him on the jogln every canvass, harang
ing the dear people from every stump in the
State. Instead of being opposed by the dele
gation in Congress, when applying lot thS Lou
i.-ville poet oRtae, and also by ? the partj''^T
the city, as wc stated when last writing on the
subject, we find that he was their choice, and,
it may have been, that of Secretary Guthrie
also, thongh, so, far. wo arc only certain that
Mr. G. did not oppose his application In
deed. the Democrats of the Kentucky delega
tion, (four of the Kentucky members of Con
gress) wont in a body, with Speaker Ui?yd. wo
believe, at the bend of thbitt, to ask the posi
tion for h:ta. Their solicitation, backed by
that of a very ample array of names of Lou
isville "unterrificd," proved of no avail. The
President, we faniiy, made the appointment
wholly on his own hook, " taking tbo respon
sibility" a la Jackson. He appointed a gen
tleman residing there, of oourse, whose faith
ful and gallant services in Mexican war
came under his especial notice, and are said
to have been of such a character as to have
demanded at bis hands some such testimonial
as was thus bestowed upon him. His appoint
ment raised a ruction in Lonisviile for the
time being, neither faction having dreamed
of him as theif candidate. However, he has
subsequently so discharged his duties as to
reconcile all tbe wings to his selection: which
has been accomplished, In great part, too. wo
shoald mention, through tho exertions of Mr
Pilcher himself, who, instead of giving bis
political friends in power " independent sup
port" after the fashion of tho day, on being
disappointed, labored manfully ivnd success
fally to reeonoile his iuirtltdiatc supfortcrs to
tho action taken in the caso at this point.
Mr. liarney, of the Democrat, howovcr, hat
refasod to be comforted until this time ; per
slating in cutting Add slashing in the camp of
hit friend", against tbe earnest entreaties ut
Pilcher hiius If.
The accounts we gave of matters In tba<
qnarter some time since, cawe to tos, as we
said at tbo time, frotti Louisville, direct; bet
from a very ardent Young American politi
cian. Just as one of the leaders on the other
side eoald not be expected to see clearly
through the acts of those identified with th*
Young American wing, go oar young Amer
ican informant unwittingly permitted his pre
j..dices to tinge his views of the acts ?nd
positions of tho fogies and their leader, Mr.
Pitcher. It is due to the truth of history?
that is, of the history of currcut politics, that
we should set this matter right, having first
made public the incorrect version of the
affair. We pride ourself on the almost inva
riable accuracy of what appears in our jour
nal upon current politics, and shall always
take oceasion thus to correct our own mistakes.
a? soon as we may ascertain that w# have
made tbeui.
Thk Lost oh toe San Fhancifco.?We
understand that a movement will specuily be
made in both Houses of Congress, by members
of influence, to induct them to make imme
diate provision for the relief of those left des
titute by tbe awful calamity which befel the
unfortunate steamship. They have claims on
tbe Government ot the United States not to
be overlooked in these days of universal
American prosperity; and, we doubt not, the
representatives of those?tho people and the
States?in whose service their natural pro
viders and protectors lo?t thoir lives, will
promptly recognlro thtt full forco ?f their
claim on the protection and provident care of
the Federal Government.
TheMousshiseSchkme.?We have reliable
intelligence that tho New York Lagislature
will shortly repeal the charter of Chatfiel 1 &
Co.'s Paciflo Railroad scheme. So mote it be !
Yet, it is very certain that even if this intend
el action fails to take place, tbe operation
will not touch bottom here. The scattering
Df ten millions (nominal) of their stock, will
not suffice to gain for it ten votes iu the
Senate and twenty in the House, all told;
though there are always more or less honor
able members amenable to the social blandish
ments of thoso outside, among whom, accord
ing to accounts of tho project originally ap
pearing in the New York Tribune, the bogus
stook was to have been distributed. Wc nevci
before taw a grand speculation so completely
killed in advance. Tho financial reputation
of somo of the parties most prominent iu it,
has done quite its share ia this good work.
Tho very evident horror of it, which the
present Congress manifest, is a capital sign
that they will not be ooaxed into expending
any of tba means of tbe Government, nomi
nally, to make railroads, but, really, for the
benefit of individual operations. Whatever
appropriations of lands for railroads they
may mak', the public may rest assured, will
be thoroughly guarded.
The Grantees " ?r the Ears."?The tel
egraphio account received here yesterday
morning of tbe arrival of Mr. Gadsden with
the treaty which the has beea insist
ing came to Washington some weeks ago, has
ereated a great fluster?not a flatter?among
those interested ia the rival projects; the Ga
ray ard Sloo concerns. Tho former are hui
eaing at a great rate, while the latter are ter
ribly enrage, as the Frencti say. Keep cool,
gentlemen, en both sides. The end ie not yet.
There's many a slip 'twist tho cup and the
Hp; while time end time again, folks have fret
ted their senses away all about disasters which
did not befall them. The political pablio in
Washington, in the meantime, seem hardly to
fbre the snap of the finger about the hopes
and fears of either party. Indeed, few appear
to consider the enterprise ef either Ml of ni.
! tional Importance. and wonder. evidently,
' -Ly it is that the Government of the United
, States is expected to treat cither as a matter
| of prim* national interest, ft 1s, however)
certain that oar cotnfflerclil Future is deeply
connected with the success of somo snch en
j torprtee. This session will hardly ckse with*
out the shedding of a flood of light on the
sehjeot, which will serve to open the new
baU-c!onJ qyet of th* pnlltioal ptiblifl. even
here. apart this important Matter.
CoAsf of SotVn A*ebha?We regret to learn
i that the proposition of tho Postin*stcr Gene
j ral, lately made to the British (Government
, for an arrangement by which pamphlets and
' periodicals might Lc admitted into the mail,
| and conveyed by British packets between Ma
nama and ports on the west coast of South
I America, at reasonable rates of postage, has
been declined. Jn their reply, the British
| postal authorities an/ they are not prepared
to make such in ftrrtngfeioini, " seeing that
pamphlets sent between the United Kingdom
| and the several States on the Western eoast of
j South America are chargeable *ith full post
age ns letters." We confess our inability to
; perce:ve tho force of this objection. The
Postmaster General, we understand, offered
| to collect the postage, and pay thetn ofac cent
an ounce for their part of the service; and it
would seem that all they had to do was to
allow our periodical works to go in thoir mail
and receive the money for it, without even
j the trouble of collecting it. If their oontract
' with the steamship company docs not admit
; of thia, they would only have to get it slight
: ly modified so as to ajlow it?a thing easily
i done, we tottbt hot, provided thefe Was a dis
) position to accomodate.
Rumors of a Rearrangement or the
Cabinet.?For three days past Washington
has been full of 1 rtlihSf Saying that Messrs.
Guthrie, Cushing and Davis are surf'j about
I to retire from the Cabinet, and that its other
members are to change their present placesi
We are satisfied that there is nothing in
those stories, farther than that if Mississippi
calls upon General Davis to represent her in
the Senate; he will do so, as we announced
| monthi ago. As for Mr. Guthrie, wc aie
much deceived, indeed, if he entertains tho
slightest idea of giving up his present posi
tion. In his caiie, the wish is father to the
thought which has generated the story of his
intended retirement. He continues to be
most obnoxious to those who have improper
designs on the Treasury. Hence their pcrsc?
verance in the work of rumor-ing him out of
the Treasury Department.
The Mississippi Senatorial ELection.?
Wo have telegraphic advices frota Jackson.
Miss., confirming those to which we referred
some days since, telling that the Hon. A. G.
Brown, had actually received the Democratic
senatorial nomination. We learn further,
that no election has yet taken place, owing to
a terrible squabble which has broken out
among " the Harmoneous " in that quarter.
We are expecting evory moment to receive ad
vices which will enable us to explain this rid
dle. Up to the hour at which we go to press,
no confirmation had reached Washington of
the Baltimore S/itt's tele-graphic report, tcll
I ing of the election of General Davis. We have
! little oonfliler.0fc 1? It.
I Navy Officers Resigned and Ordered.?
lhird Assistant Engineer Henry 0. Jewell,
| has resigned.
| Lieut. Samuel Swartwout, has been ordered
! to the command of the steamer Vixen,
j Parsed Midshipmen Charles W Aby and
. Nicholas U. Van Znndt, are ordered to the
j same chip; and, also, Third Assistant Engi
! uccrs Cornelius f. Parke and Junius P. La tub
, din to the same vessel
U. S. Suips Adkoad heard fro*.?The U.
i S. Steamer Fulton. Lieut. Watsjn command
! ing. arrivvJ at the Inland of ?t. Thomas on
the 21st December last, fix days from Norfolk.
All well.
The 5ld<jp-of War Albahy, Commander Ger- '
rv, arrived at the same island on the 24th of
December, ultimo. All well on that ship also.
Custom House Inspectors in Washing
ton.?We have here, at present, a delegation
of one or two inspectors of the customs from
each of the most important poets of the Uni
ted States, who are endeavoring with much
earnestness to induce Congress to raise the
pay of their class of Government officers, from^
three to four dollars per diem.
A Decision on a Doctor's Bill.?D i?held
in tho Departments here, that the United
States are not properly chargc.ible for medi
cal attendance and medicines furnished to a
military storekeeper; and such an account
was rejcctcd at the Treasury Department.
The CuRREwt Operations or the Treascrt
Department.?On Friday, the 13th of Jan
uary, there were of Treasury Warrants en
tered on the books of the Department?
For tho redemption of stocks,.... 114,589 4ti
For Treasury Department, exclu
sive ofetocksi...i..:i!. $6.^45 TO
For the Customs. 2,812 11
Covered into the Treasury from
miscellaneous sources 430 00
For the War Department 87,101 58
For re-paying for tho War D?part
uient.............. 64
For the Navy Department 1.17,407 64
For the Interior Department 14,547 12
For repay in the Interior Depart
ment.. ? t.ii.u 9jl00 18
Saturday, January 14, 1854.
For tho redemption of stocks $25,550 52
For the Treasury Department ex
clusive of stocks 30,184 00
For the Custom* 10,122 47
Covered into the Treasury from
miscellaneous sources 2,110 21
For tho War Department 22,120 72
For the Navy Department 16 28
For the Interior Department 2,718 05
For re-paying in the Interior Dc.
partment 82 14
O"* A Washington correspondent of
the Baltimore Puiriot says " In the
present lon^ and tedious trial, something
more than the ruling out of the damning
letters of Carlos Gardiner was found to be
accessary to accomplish the purpose
sought, and so, after permitttng the ac
cused to sit at the bar with the lawyers,
lake notes, write arguments, and handle
and curry out of the court-house bundles
of important papers and vouchers in his
case, permission was given to souk;body,
or taken by somebody, to steal and make
way with the mining title and the certifi
cates attached thereto, for the forgery of
which the Government had ordered Dr.
Gardiner to be apprehended as a criminal,
and triad for forgery and perjury in the
matter of swindling the Treasury out of
four hundred and twenty-eight thousand
(?7? The Territory of Minnesota, is
about four times the size of the State of
Ohio, extending over an area of 106,500*
000 acres.
Senate.?After tbo reading of the Journal,
to-day, a message *m received from the Pres
ident by hie prtrate ?ecr?tary, Mr. ?ydn?y
Mr. Pearce then introduced a resolution
that the Committee on Naval Affairs be in
structed to report to the Senate, the etpeiii
oney ef proposing a vote of thanks to the
'?ar tains and crews of the ship Tbn?e
Bells the American barque Kilby. and tlio
ship Antarctic. f>?r their efforts is rescuing
the surviving officers and soldiers on board of
ihe steamer San Francisco. The lion. Senv
tor entered into a circumstantial detait of tli#
disastrous event, paying a-blgh compliment
to the Captains and crews of tuft rtrec above
named vessels for the gallantry displayed.
At the conclusion, Mr. Shields arose and
proposedI another resolution " that the J*ecn;?
tary ot War be requested lolay before tl.e
Senate full particulars of the information that
he might happen to receive respiting this
gad event.
The introduction of thia second resolution
led to a short debate; Mr. Owin supporting
the passage of the first named resolution.
Mr. Mason suggested the expediency ef re*
fcrring the tiro resolution* to different can
mittoes, the former as proposed, to the Com
mittee on >aval Affairs, a?id the other to the
Committee on Military Affairs
t Mr. Badger spoke in favor of the resolu
tion of tho Senator froin Maryland, but did
not object to tho referring of the other, like
wise, to the Committee o? Military Affairs.
Mr. Houston spoke in favor of referring
both resolution* to the two committed" named
By doing so, the Senate would have an oppor
tunity of progressing more rapidly and of
-howing the promptitude of Government on
this occasion; which Was of an unexampled
character. Of whatever nature might be
their generosity in rewarding, be was satisfied
that thi American people would respond to it.
The two resolutions were then successive!? '
put and carried.
Mr. Clayton afterwards rose and was speak
ing when we left.
JiorsB.? To-day, after the reading of the
Mr. Bissell atk*d Ifcov* to introduce a bill
for the relief of the U. S. troops who have
suffered on the steamship San Francisco, for
reference; wbioh was read for information
It provided for the payment of foiv month?
extra pay to each such survitlng officer and
soldier, and also to the vridow or orphans ol
each such one who died prerious to the pas
sago of this act. (Was lost on the ship.) Leave
granted, and bill introduced' and reforred to
tho Committee on Military Affairs.
Mr. Chandler asked leave to Introduce a
resolution for the appointment of a joint cotu
inittcc of nine to consider and raport on the
most appropriate way of testifying the grati
tude of Congress to those on board of the three
vessels, who relieved tho surviving sufferers
on the San Francisco.
Mr. Catting, after a few remarks in favor
of his proposition, desired Mr Chandler to
conscnt to the amendment of his resolution by
the substitution of a different one, the same
embracing al*o a proposition to give a pen
siou, or something of that sort, to the widows
and orphans of those lost in the sprvice of the
United States, on board the San tfranclsco.
Mr. Flo=ence also asked Mr. Chandler to
accept a preamble and resolutions much to
the same end, which he read, at length, for
the information of the House.
Mr. Chandler accepted the proposition of
Mr. Cutting, to be referred to his proposed
joint committed in connectldn with his oirn.
Mr. Bissfill explained that tho survivors of
these unfortunate troops are now in pressing
need of clothing and food. His bill was to
give that to them for the mere relief of their
present necessities. He * As understood to in
tubate that be wn by no means opposed to
thocnaciment of the additional propositions
ot Messrs. Chandler and Cutting.
Mr. Walbridge also desired ieave to offer
resolutions on the subject, which he proposed
to have referred to the Committee on Milita
ry A fTrii rs.
Obecjtion being made, Mr. Chandler moved
the previons question.
And then, after conversation, in which
Messrs. Walsh, Orr, Faulkner and Walbrideo
participated, the demand for the prevlou*
question was seconded by the House, and the
resolution was adopted.
^ J he regular order of business being called
The Speaker aflnoPnocd the fir*t bosines
in order to be the further consideration of the
pending resolution (Mr Churchwell's) direct
ing the Committee of Ways and Means to re
port a bill granting four years crcdit on
importations of railroad iron by railroad
?joinpanles. The first que. tion on it was on
the pending motion to lay it on the table
which was taken by yeas end nays, and agreed
to yeas PS, n?*s 6
....Gov. Clifford is about to resume the
practice of law, and open an office in Boston.
....Tho Providcnce Mirror nominates
Governor Dorr for next Governor of Rhode
.... Judge Corwin has resigned his seat on
the Bench of tho Supreme Court of Ohio.
?' Hot Corn." has already, it is said,
netted its author. Solon Robinson, the very
handsome sum of $5,000.
....The duds fought by Me^rs. Soule.
father and son, have caused a great sensation
at Madrid. It appears that a third duel has
?risen from the quarrel. The French Consul
at SanUndcr, had high words on the subject
of the quarrel with Mr. Perry, the Secretary
of the United States Legation, and one of
them had challenged the other. Ihe rosult
is not yet known.
.... A Washington correspondent for a
Philadelphia paper says:
"Mr. Sanders' nomination, as Consul to Lon
don will not It sent in. It is believed here,
that the British government have intimated
to our Government, informally of ooufse, th,t
it Mr. .Sanders remained abroad, approved
by tho senate and the President, his txrtiua
fvr would be withdrawn. uiV??* venous."
| Henry Thayer, a constable of Ran
dolph, Mas3., who sued the proprietor of the
Boston Herald for a libel on bis character, in
consequence of some strictures in that paper
upon his manner of enforcing the "Maine
Law," more tkan a year ago, assessing dam
ages at 13,000, has Obtained a verdict against
the defendants for $166 60. The ooun.-el of
Mr. Barnard, proprietor of tho Herald, has
taken the oase to the Supreme Court on ex
ceptions. 'ibe allege! libel was contained
in a communication from a citizen of Ran
....General Wool left Troy, X. Y., on
Saturday morning, for New York city, to re
place the officers and men lost on board the
San Iranoisco) and arrange for the rc-em
barkmcnt of those who returned.
....Joseph Buily, of Perry county, was
nominated for State Treasurer of Pennsylva
nia, by the caucus of the two Houses of the
Legislature of that State, on Friday evening
last. This has caused much rurprise among
outsiders, as Mr. B. is not considered sound in
the faith.
.... Tho Massachusetts Webster Association
announce that the birthday of Daniel Web
ster, January 18ib, will bo properly cele
brated by the association and others. The
dinner is to be at the Revere House, Boston.
Mademoiselle D. Lovett, aged 11 years,
made a successtul balloon ascension at New
Orleans on tho 2d instant. It ia said she
ascended without a car, suspended by a single
cord attached to the balloon.
.... Hon. II. S. Foote, of Mississippi, is in
this city, stopping at the Nati. nal Hotel.
.... The venerable Thomas Ritebie, who
has been lying ill at his daughter's residence,
near Richmond, \a., we are pleased to learn,
is now much better, and in ? fair way to re
.... Judge Gibbons, on the 4th instant, re
signed his seat on the Bench of the Supreme
Court of Alabama.
.... C. W. Denniaon, ?iq., U. 8. Consul to
Demarara, sailed from Philadelphia, on Fri
day. in the clipper ship Tropin Bird.
.... A new series of Cbanbera' Edinbarg
Journal is saaeaneed with " Things as the/
?re in America to conjprise a number of arti
cle*, bj Wm Chambers?ibc result, probably.
9f bis vi?U lo thu continent.
.... The Baltimore Tim*? gay?: " Froa
New Hampshire we learn that 0. 6. Harwell,
I'sq . I>eni<?erai, kaa rtedred the nomination
for V. 8. Senator"
Theraby hang* a tala.
Arrctt of the V. 8. Xarahal at Erie
Aicspatcfcfrom Krie, Pa., dated Jan.
aftjrs : 4 A tdegrapli <li<j?nt? h di
rected to the Mayor of this citv from lion.
James Thompson, imjw in Ilarrishurg,
and who is counsel for the people in Erie,
was received in this plar? to-day, order
ing unit to be Lroi??:ht against the United
States Marshal nrnl his Aids, in the name
of each prisoner who had l?e< n arrested,
for false imprisonment. The Marshal
and aids were arrested T>y the Sheriff,
and on refusing to giro hail, were com
mitted in default to the County Jail.
The parties, however, were afterwards
released from jail on procuring hail in
the amount of $5,000 in the suit of each
plaintiff*. Their securities are Prescott
Metealf, of Erie, aud Mr. A. Stone, of
Mr. Metealf was a Director in the Erie
and Northeast Road, but says he resigmd
in con sequence of the non-compliance of
the other Directors in the proposition
agreed to between himself and the cit
Mr. Stone is a Director in tlie Erie and
Cleveland Koad.
A meeting was held in the Court-house,
at wliich the speakers advised the people
to preserve the peace.
This action on the part of the Penn
Slvania authorities is received here with
e greatest enthusiasm.
The Marshal has received a copy of all
the proceedings in the case, and will
doubtless send them to Pittsburg.
DirtKTuiNT or State, )
WtKMnptop, .Tan. 14, IS: 4. /
Information liar brer receivid at thia department
from the United Stat, a Consul at Glasgow, Philip T
Heart, esq., that instructiona bare been f<*ward?J
to the emigration offices of loth Liverpool antl U!??
gow,by h?"r Ma)t*ty's einicrati^n rfnmis.kwi?, to
limit tbe dead weight of alt els selling unJcr the
pnesenger ac t to two-third* of their regisftr tonnes*,
except under very peculiar drnmstarces Ivery
I pasaen-er ship will also tie required to la*e thr-?
bower anchor, on board, before obtaining a clearing
n . ???ber? Of the Voaac
Catbolic'a Friends' S?i?ty are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral of their late fellow-member. Mr
Alexander Whittnoor, to-morrow alternoon, at S
o ?loek, from his late residence, corner of ;th and O
at recta. j?Q If?It
Urt'olambla lYIatrlet Tent, No. 94,
!? O. Of R.?An adjourned met ting of this Tent
will be held In RecbahUe Ila'l corner of 7th ai:d li
streets, on TUKSDAY EVENING, the I7th loat-nt,
at iygO' lock for the purpose c.f organizing u new
Tent of the Junior Branch of the order.
A full attendance of the Itepie*-ntatlv?* is re
Bv order : J. I. ELVANS, D. R. g.
j*n 16?2t
p ('*. F ) C. A.?The members o1
Potomac C rcle No. 2, 196, are re-joe.te.l ti i.unc
-?tbeir ?ttendaace at tbe regular evocation
held TI?IS (Tuesday) KYI NINO. a; lu r f hn
pottance w.H he brought bef re the Cin le
J.O DCDLitY, II. 8. K.
_j?n 17?It
rfT*uTh? Treaiarer or the Young
wKj Men h Christian wmld iv? iwrtful
ly lemiud thoee memt#;s of (he Aseoctati n whr
hare not yet paid their annual duee($l cach) for tb.
year terminating next Monday, that la tanntial U
their proj-er standing in thia Arsoiiati m that tb<
aame l o immcJv-itely j? d.
The monoy, with pr per nam-, can be left at thi
room? of the A.-.^ociation. on 7th str-et, or tiansmit
ted to me through the Post Office, rr mej Le nor
If there be any bill* outafanding aealm-t tl>e At
* ciaUon, they will be pai l on pn-arafetk.n.
. . . M. II. MILI.hR,
Jan 16?It* Treasurer.
Younc Mfii'i riirlattan Aaaocl*
^Tk* A"r?,,,? ?n?etiag ?f thia A--h-iatktn
will be h id TIII8 (Mom lav) KVLNIvG, at Smith
?oman Institute, at ?.?'? lo- k.
The U'. K?r. AIouto Potter will d.liver the anau
al address on The Phik-aophv of Kx{^?d ene*,
the l*re-id,-nt, Oorrc?j^nrtinL- S.-cp-tary, and Tieaau
rcr will pre^eut the Annual lieporta.
The n:em tiers of th? Association will meet in tb<
room adjoining, at T rVlock, for the pur(K>?e of at
tending in a body. Seata hale been aectircd fni
them, and it is especially Jc? jred that a'l should b
The public are reapectfully invited
jnn Ifi?lt R.e
fTs* ?mltkionlan lnatltutlon L*t<
LL? tnrea.
Oa MONT AT evening, the 16th io*fanf. a b-rtu'.
? ill be d-livered by Rt. Kev. Alonzo Potter, I>. D?
for the Yoanir Men's ChrlaSiaa Association. Subjeet
"I he I'hi'oaophy ot Kxpe?Hency."
On WEDNESDAY ereninz. "the l#tb in fant, hv
nr. J. Lawrence Fruith. Snbjeet: ^"artier. n?dei
its various forma of diam'nd. charcoal, and iciiiera;
ccal; the combinations of curbon and ?xve<-n "
j*n 14. lrt 17. A 18
Vonin Catholic*' Friend
J 3 '?cl*ty have th** honor of anion ncinx ti
the pnb'ic that they have atrured the aer> ice- of Mt
Thfinas I?nrey MeG.-e, K*q , to de iTer a b-riure al
CarusiV Salosn, On TURgOAY. the 17th Instant, at
I V? O clrck p. m. Subject. "The Catholic Histcry o
North America."
Tickets Wo een'e each? may ta procured at Wm
Kenne ly's Bookstore, Juo P. Kllis' Fancv m? re. .?
Miv-i, Jeweler, and at the door on tbe event a of th?
j.n 14-:??
^ Attention ! PrealdrMt'alllouM
?ftjjPin Guard.?Kach nnd every m.vnb i
?f the Corps are reep.-^tfully rc<|aestn| ti
? . .. " a-tend a meeting of the (Vnii anv 1 UK.-"
DAV H KN'ISfl next, the 18ih instant, at 7 o'cKxi
p m, a? basincHa. i.iterecUng, and c'niminK the ut
lentfn ofeVerv member, will be btoucht bet. re tt<
A Quartermaster i- al o to bo elcc'e^, and it >$ re
quir d that every member of the . o^tpsny should
b- pre-f. nt.
By order ?f the Captain:
j?n 14 Financi'il Si^'.ela"^.
Ora. Flodoardo At Hamilton P. How
? rd
AVINO ss.-oil.ited in tbe practice of tbe medi
_ _ ci e otter their services to the paMie.
OTice and re idence, (loiMr lath an.. F .:s
Dr. P. Howard'* health lieing re- 'tahlished
he Will as he etof re, devote special attention to Mid
witery and t t? di*a es of wo ueu ai?d ch.l .ten
jan 16?dins*
\JKW Yolnmt of Perelrai'a Materia
"? e?llc??I'ereira's Vateri ? M. diea an
>berapvah e vol S, edit: d bv Joeepb Carw.n. M. D
jan la? tf Bookstore. ne?r ?th at
FRKKCI1 Woven and FranrhCor.
aet a ; Kcgliah Steya, fix.m ttf'-i eiwta to jti
Moul-lcr_l'ra? ea, far lilies and chii<lren;Oents Kidin
? e ts; hid Oloveg; Uoaie y; Imuminw; HI ..tics':
Combe and Brushes ; Ribbins ; t>?tu,ns, (Yavats :
I ockct Uandkerchlela. Coats aiter d and repaired
Between 12th and 14th struts, P?. atenoo.
jan 1<?3t * [ > ews copy times.i
UA1K Drenlag Saloon.?llanuc imr
C as-dtheinti-s andeffct ofD vW Garret I
toe aliove business will be <ontii>ti dal the Id statu
e u' d? rd/ned, who will endeavor to merit tl.<
i'a ronage so libera ly l estowed i pon tb? eeUl llsh
mVl ta wm. if. >Y><iTy.,
jan 16?^t* 7th street, be'.O. p.
Y)UFF and #lda Comb*; ??h.II, Uufial.
? and Bra>.itiau1u*k?oml-a; Die a np C^mbs ??
? uiy dn?;n lion, ChlWren* India MrWer Lou
? oml* ; llair. Tooth, N: ?!, t loth and other Hru?hes
torsa'e wh-ie ale ani rutail at low pKn f,r rash
-na lo? 7th street.
V"OTICK.-l hereby caution ad p-raon* not t?
; trust my wile, .lane liaorett, ou my aooun*
a -1 sholl p,iy no debts if her contraciiag from tbii
?. Dtv.i' Mum.
IBIO CAAD9, tor siic un
l-OOIOXD,. JlL ?.
pKltTlR'i CARDS.-! talbuin,
&. No 5 and 7, ju?t rateived and lor nle very l .?
jan ir?*t I AMMOND S, 7th at.
YITALTKR PAMPROY.of ti or^etown, D. r
Tf ?p-ctfu!ly inform* his fell ,w .i i? n< th .t hi
haa received from the Circuit < our; of the county e
n ashlngton (nd giieii lo d tu du? f< r ji,) th?"n
pointment of COXSTABU. lie w.H, therefore, p.'
tjrni the duUea ol tha' ofrce wi h fiue'itv mi d *il
cr.l?ot deb. a, rents, ai.d all Other ?Ke,drouth
mort reai onabie Urma, maht.g pr mil rTtvol c
th- proci eds He ooliviU a ?ii?re ?f the nubli
todob* duty. p
jM. lVljn ? ' ' WALTIUl rAJIXR JY.
Hew tad Faah to?a*?le Dr*M
Mas ucvau. 4 mm cuil.i?kr*
W?o in tba ?nrloy .< Mr*. R 0a4y
?( Imi "
r ?aiaairwcM of her ht toMta this rtf?,aa<1 |?T.
i?c ataAKd sad V*rce4 the kumw?< p*rWtW, a*.
?W. Mr*. K Cad* harm* U4\ rU* r|\y. f^rl ? el^,
in gW>*4 raner*! atis*?<-ton totbo.s wi??-wb- ?e?
patron is ? Oi?ta. baeiw* ,??? mm<I tb? lafc?t A m*^<
styl"? of f.ahinn, ? ud h?Ttttf rtx.iaed Ihr i?n f>?, ?.
Mrs. Ca4?V aoot proanneat bai-i. ?h*y wtn op*,, ^
W.4oe.-?!av, :be 1Mb tastaat, oa 1Kb, ?th Soar !r m
E at*.
Mm (ioihta'i system taujrbt, inahtdirw thr rk...
F'r ??*>? jan ffr-*iw? *
o? T-tl
B. U. III. F.] C. A.
great pleasure ia ?ni>miortn|i to ih?
nfWMhinrM tml Ot? puStte ^m nllr that (Jm,
Arat gruad Regalia BAM. will cfnm oC at Cvia
Iowa' Hall, no 'tit ilmt, oa MONDAY, th< ai
of Jaaoary, 18M
Tba Ooaaaai ?w pVHge tbewrtve* tr> afar***,,
Mun- if ex pea?e U> mIv it ou? of lk? baat ktlb t \
imdid Cotillon Rand bv b?nrt ;?(rd Ibr tfce
Yirkats ONE D*M.L\H??<lB:ti>n< a r~Vlafc,?
and lidN*; t-? iw bat .it (u-niaMay ^
uaArr IrntNi' ilnt-l ; at tba Mr ol N?'i?ntl H?^|'
at Renter's. eotat r of fitli rir-tt at Mills' Mkv
on 7thstrait. and at the door oa ibe evenm#,,jtll?
B iifinwit <m lk* part *f Hli.A ??
sii< Wn H Bint, aim """
" A * liriiw. " Wa Rlrl,
" V. W Mil'bell, - C-o P'?rk?t irk,
" G*a P^#?, ?* II KdV'il,
"HMraer, " J * N OarUa,
'? I' LGiWfr, " HF iHinll,
- Win r Bri.*n, - z M hity.ru.
' J a* W MOW.-, ? L Watoon.
fc J Oaraar, ?? B D<v>ti?hn.
"CO itarnhoose, 11 IK J Kicoaa,
" Jas UltMxi, ?? 8 linil ins.
" W U.Bd*, "AR AH-il,
Bro Isaa* Stod lard
On thr part of 'fc|?W rtr <r
Bid TT Stewart, I'ro i*ba Thon>p~n,
?' Wb n Chain; lo*, " G r??n n<haa
* Ja- ?" ThN Rrb tva
On tit part of /Vf m*r Crck.
Rro W Turkrr, Br<> J I^owlin.
" ** J ln<l?raaD*r,
" John Pndlrj, ?* RobtG d?an
On (lieport (/ Jto*n' firntn Om'?, A>rr, ft.
Bro S B flirer, lira Aadivw ??ataa.
* MiCufffitr, " r ii|<,in?r,
" II !>.vbepharJ, " 1'boaias
*? I>?*ia. ?' Wa HrTl.
" J'?bn ICoUtg, Ktrhard Ward i,
Bro Wat Kotwtaon.
On th* Part of FranlUn CtrrV, Lurrrl ntrlory,
Bro X F Hrowtiham, Bro R fl Morri^n,
?? J PMorri???n " K II Brown.
" .InKa Whit?a?da, " .!>>ba ? Ho-wt,
Rii h?r 1 Ilal-, " B al:?r Wiilia?.
On the pir! of fV Br ^hrrhoni m Hnltn.
Bro Jobn H VHson, Uro Tb?w B A.drf,
Br3 Tb-* Wwii.
jaolfi?tf HirtiUrr.
rpilE ISI.AM> rKlKNPffllir CI.rR mtfertrallr
1 aMionnra tbat tbrir iwroad BAM. *>f th* aaa?o i
will takr plac at I-land Hall, ?n MONDAY, J?oa>
arv fwh, ISM.
ticket* ONE DOM.AF.
rartKuiara in a future advrrtl*eaHtit.
jan 14?lw*
J nouu-mj to th?ir fnoiMl# ?? < tiir faNtr L
rally tbat th*>r first vrand BALL will uka flaoe at
I?lin?l llnll. on lb' U'li of Frl>rnarv, 1Ra4.
Furthfr partieolara in fjtuie adTrrtiMMaat.
jan lfl?
X announce to th- ir friend* and tba pul?fi# gvnrr
tlly that tkey will >riTe th^lr >i*th Annual Ball at
arovi'a Nkn on MONDAY EVENINO, January
I*, I6.H.
J 11 8?f*foT'L 0 R fww6*ld E Fitafarald
Ohas J Canficid V m Crampton M Filc^rraM
K C f rklofT, Ea Chambrra H m Fubrr
?Ino liongh, J Y Cbauncry J F Fn??
0 iMoorr CW Cannni^haai Jno Fri/a?-H
R M Downer JYCoomla V m> J (.ary
T L Marlin, Wm Purr A H Haw|?r
?oa Abbott, R K Doyle J i? Kin. b
V Aoderfoa J C lH?nob"0 .1 Iiud^oo
K II Abbott W J Donf hoo M Hdtlxn
W'a A Ho?s L W Dealiaia C llolbrook
J do Boyle J A Dan? neon L IMn?
S*aail Butt A FrklofI A b llilton
B W Brown B DonHly V llntton
C R Byrne, F R Doraett A .J?? ki?on
A liurrb E II Kdmondaton J King
11 L Barron, Y J Mmonox on S T Urn nba
4 II Barron, Cli?? ??.. kloff F. We*"nt.?Mu
laa A Coojwt J W E< kloff .1 H Moran
Am CammH- k Y J Fi her J D Medlry
W D Oraia)>aey W II Fanning ?J M Ml?vr
?I trav?-r, . M f ranria W Nay lor
J C Noer 4k f*?ou"?a
0 Ofle J 8 Swcfnrt
'1 Poa-?.|| Ybos Hwion
Wni M TdjM ? K'-hark.-lford JMllUaniJ?n
M 9 Porter J Y Kulliean L I Wilhima
L II Poole J"h Shield J M at wirk
-Ino C Rlres A Yait O^o \Valker
J Rodger.'s A H Voaa J Wnllinit
Wm Rablritt II Vo.a W V\ orthingt.'a
Jo* Ree.*e .1 Wells J 0 Whitney
Ino Ptanly H Ward Y WillianM
J. Wel*t?T, ? K Boyd, J Oawler
Y A Hoop.* O W Bai.ge J Uiow?tb
J Y Evans U Cliamb. Slain .1 Kaaltnp*
C McDiimM, A K?*it A MrOunmttl.
jan S?.-oTH
*T aw W V nf
r wm.
J "Mi
A T twt>.
House, eaet si le Wh ?t . neat rnrnrr ef E
InesH'Dt and permanent hoarders n^rmmodat i
on moderate tfrms. Also, furnWh d r<oms
jan 14 ?lw*
CIIYIEEN'S of Washington and sfrantreis wi ^
' Fare been in 1h? habit of e?rdlnp >'rr h 1 t
\Vat? b?*>, Ji-welry, or any d"?eription of pood* l ?
that line, ran now ?? e them?-lr??a thr tr'Uhle a' I
.-xpaaae, and ret the Kam^ qaali-y of Goods, at law> r
prir*st by railing at HOOD'S Xew .'.-arlry Ftors -
lla <aa furni?h fi.?e Wat"hea, .Vwelry, or FiW?*..
?are lr> m his Agents in N'?-w Yo. k. rbe-'|?r tb i
th.'y can he obtairw^l e'a?!irli?;r.-. Kvry ar u'la w .1
he wair int ii at lima ef ral? br the I'rearirjor.
U. O HO.D,
f i?n of the I^irge fi-read ^K'e,
Pa. an cue, lirtween 4'j and ?<tk ft*.
jan 14?tf
71EE : FlBE !!
I^IRF WOOP?A n?-w raol j??i rp?-nrd on
corner of 14th and B litnvta, at the Cai d
drid^c. ivr^'ws wi.hing to fid rvrua ea*h for w< 4
wholesale or rrtaH, will find a eery snjirrior <jnah f
on the *er> b?*st <iiah t?Tin"< I'Wat- rail and eiaia
ina before purebaring . lftartieie.
jan ??oo-iw D W. IIHACM
f their fri?Mid? and the puhli< that ibey itih- >4
rfirini; a GRAND RILL, on WEDNB.-D tV, the f d
of February. jan IS?*
Belts a ?d shoii.dkh brace 4.
L1MMOND, Tth stn-ei. id dot.r l?-Iow R. 1 -a
|u*t roe.ir??d a siipply of Hois' IW-lls, In silk. ?*?tti
*nd l?>aihT. AUo, >houldrr Brart -, ?or oorr -"-ti g
habitual stooping, r? uiil and ctri'k. i aboaMcra.
jan 13? St
) Sale.?I a? willing to seil ont thr entirr at' k
an I lixtor-'S of my alore, on 7th stior', ebo^r I. 1 ?
particular* p;ea? .-all on m?'. Tnoar 11 d?l l-d te ? <a
will pleaar aettlf tbrir areot nls r.s m? u a^ pe?eil >.
Al-o, a Cvrcphiue lor ?al?.
jan |.t_at* w. BI-7.Y7ANOW&K!
QCJAKT1T1RS?Tofuiply drri aud. reort> 4
of Ald? n'a Prepare! * off*e, ????> t>n*4 * d
creamed, ran las bad in one nunut.-. by iIikmIiiih I
teasp<?iiful in a tup oi boiling aattr
And Aldt o'i 1'r pared Oicm, aaae |>roptrt??> tf
the coffe?.
Ala?>, Coaccatra'ol Mi'k. prep.tr-d irom pure m 'k
made into a piste, aud will readily dinoltc; m?y
iir-ed lor all purpoMfe, lor wb t b milk or N
f or aa'e by RIIKKELL A BAILRY,
fnceeasors to J. B. KiW-ey A Co.,
jan 11?3t No. ft. opp. ( 'autre Msrk^
Feaihaifortht liatr, Fluwr*, JitcM Gb>t %
rfr., A.
8PBARL SYICK FANS, elejantly ai<ugbt, wilt
and without manabout
10 Ivory do do
24 caudal Wood do do
20 Red fctb k do do do
With a large ataortmeat of dark and light w *4
Spanish Fans.
AH of the above are of the very bor-l and
Paris st j Irs.
Rich Feathers far the eientag
Rich F lowers do do
Rich Ribbona do do
Straw a ad White Kid QIotm PARKER"?
Jaa 13?at* FVrfumery Flor, *at?o???l HsM.
Rich Jtwtlrjr, Watches, Silverwardt
MW. OALT A BRO. bare jufct r?wle#d a r? <
a aoanrtatent of Furriga Jewelry, n the i
elagaat patteraa.
Also, ever>thing saw at AMertran m?nc Aotm A
Tba abava, with a aplaadtd ata-rlwaat ol au| rW
Gold Watahc*, Pure btlvar W are. At., we <-0er ai (fef
lowest possible iaUa.
bl^B of the 0 )Mea llsk
Pa avt&aa, batweea IA aad

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