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EVENING, STA R.
WASHINGTON OITY: MONDAY Vifenarr ?? IMft, IET Advertlsementa steal 4 be sent in Wf 19 ?'clack m.i otherwise Ikey may met ip 9+t sat 11 tfce aext day. SPIRIT OF THE MOXJXltfG PK&SS. The Union pours hot shot into the rank* of the renegade Democrats who aimed their *ide blow at the Leoompton Constitution, in the House of Representatives on Friday, and aaki: " Did fa< tion ever originate a more unmitigated scheme ef nonsens and trash than that which conceived tbe id**a of despatching a committee of Confess to procure ao expression of the will of tbe people of a State upon matters purely local? Waa It necessary to tbe execution of thia work* too, tbat tbe voice of tbe House should be sud' pressed , tbat the committee should sprintr from an ?rabusb to do impossible things, In violation of .be rights Df a distant people, in contempt of ^0fThXJYL?f Pra?,ticaI lj^ ?nd of tbe pr" ? P3'1* ? Above ??. was It aecewaiyttkat this movement, which has the al *Z*Ty ^ePuhlican in the House, should Vf?i* profe**^1 Democrat, and sup ported bv a little corporal's guard of followers ?" The L nion publishes a boat of extracts from its exchanges. Democratic and otherwise, show ing emphatically tbat the public sentiment en dorses and sustains tbe course of the Adminis tration, as expressed in the President's special message. Tbe lntellujeiietr. noticing the unfortunate fracas of Friday night in the House, says: " If we were invested with the office of coun sellor* we would advise that tbe first thing done Ik'jvV wo.uld ** lh* adoption of a resolution of obi ivion, to forget and forgive all the hard knocks ?*rd word" which were exchanged during the moments of particular liveliness between midnight and daybreak." l??*That valuable paper, tbe Baltimore Amer ican, gives its experience a* to the cash and pre parm-nt system when applied to newspapers, and In its own ca?e asserts that it works well. In every rd&pect. irr The Worcester Spy anuounces that Henry D Stone, a lawyer of that city, but better known as a a peculator and note broker, has failed and left tbe city, taking with him from fifty to eighty thousand dollars in current funds, leaving debt* of more than one hundred and thirty tbonasnl dollars with no aaacta to pay any portion of them. Tbe Kvvxcts o? a Mil n Wixria ?Tbe N> w York correspondent of the Boston Transcript says: - r !hr15y r?nnectlcot people have begun to ymy and store ice onlv seven inches thick, iT. . **v"i ?? more solid blocks. In placea jeuiar able for salubrity the general health baa oosa seriously invaded by thia unnatural absence of bracing air and wholesome fronts; at New port, k I., for instance, not leaa than fifty chil dren have died this winter of acarlet fever.'? HcAD^rAKTXRa 4th Dtv. Va Mil.) _ . . . Richmond, Feb. 6. i Eit.or of the VTashtngto* S.'ar?Sir: Will yoa. as soon as you conveniently can in your paper, call the attention of volunteer companies SE/<?yCtity- ProP?*ing to visit Richmond on the ?d of I-sbruary, to General Orders No 2 from these headquarters, ao tbat there may be no de lav or confusion in assigning them placca In the column on tbat occasion ? The order will be Dis^tch P*ge?f the Richmond Daily 7 a compliance with thia request yon will fir **" ? in the necessary preparations JSystsr?a"d ~ Major, and Aid-de-Cainp. Bsitish Stmpatut Festival.?The noble achievements of the Britjah arms in India, were celebrated in Richmond, on Wednesday night, by a social supper, at Reid's Verandah Hotel, ?**r the Upper Market About one hundred per sons were present, the majority of whom were natives of the United Kingdom, and descendants from Britjah or Scotch ancestors. Among the prominent guest* of the occasion were the British Consul, G. P. R.James, Esq ; the French Con sul. M. Paul, the Mayor, Jos. Mayo, E sq ; Rog er A Pryor, Esq., Editor of the South ; Alex'r A. Little, Esq . Editor of tbe Fredericksburg News; John R. Thompson, Esq , Editor of the Southern Literary Messenger; Captain John M Patton, Jr.; John H. Gilmer, Esq., and other* We are indebted to the publishers for tbe '? Biography of Eliaba Kent Kane " by William Eider; published by Childs A Pelerjon, No. Wf Arch street, Philadelphia. As the author de clares in his preface, thia la*t-appearing book concerning the lamented late Dr. K ine, bis la bors and achievements, is not a review of his wri tings, but a aituple narrative of bis life, which was not particularly eventful until be undertook the voyage of Arctic discovery, that made him a man of national importance and world-wide re nowu. nevertheless the literary capabilities of tbe biographer (which are really second to those of few other Americans, whatever we may think of bis persistent political idiosyncraciea) Lave produced an octavo volume of more than four hundred pages, replete wtth Interest, not so much through the facta narrated aa on account of the talent, learning, and genius diap!ay?d in so in terweaving them as to throw a charm in all the author tells. The American public not being tired of honoring the aubject of this work, whose fame must continue d-ar to his countrymen, so long as we have a national science and literature Dr. Elder's biography will doubtless have an extensive sale, for it will prove a substantial ac quis) tion to every American library. Its mechan ical execution Is up?fully up to the times. puksonal. The Hon. Mike Walsh and Geo Henninrr ,n thl* Clt* on tbeir way Jiu"! w; ?r ajJL* Po** ?bat District Attor ^ length entered a no! pro*, in the case of Commonwealth e?. Rev. I. s. Kalloch. . ? Jhe beaujlfhl and wealthy Euphraise No et^s the much-loved aad much coveted Pariainn F^lVVhK7.<Ln bjU,d' Le>rt aod wealth to an fcngliabman of tbe name of Dixey. vJJ",?0::? Tr?^ler of the 5th inst says hat Woi B. Prescott. the celebrated historian P*rtial P*'alysis on the day pre vious A speedy recovery was hoped for. .... Mrs McMahon has sent a saurv un?r i_ eloAtnc a three cent piece aa a ^rk^ her an" whWh"^' 10 th*'dllor of tb<f Richmond WhiJ the ? ? Sc^Too/fo^^kandal.^ Lady & ? lbe Penmfn ln Berlin are en roP'"',n German, English and P^Urirt^ v?-'e?*rni'X*c?'>tr*ct between Prince Frederick VV illiam of Prussia and the P.inre s \ ict or is of England Copies are also being .?nde in German. Poifuirueae and French, of the mar nage contract l^etween the King of Portugal arul he Princess StepLanie of Hobenzollern. . LotaMontex visited the Italian murderer. d^?Cer!!i "?nba, New York city, yester - iiL d S?nYerrd wl,h h,m ,n Italian. Lola mtdLil1 * lad.?'" i'ohet, all buttoned .. i i ' ? ?ld Grimes' coat, expressed th? ?? criminai. were insane ,TJd prisons ,rt,ated M ?ocb, in hospitals instead of aJ of Dthennrnhr!>flf U'*,on th? V'r^inia Sen Si's statVoWl^*0 Purcba"? Mr. H.r Stuart, in prononncin-.e",?* frpU,V,iC*n^,Mr marked that he had quitted re* to pursue that of Irt Pf?fe*?ion of law McKenney, of Norfclk, Change was natural enough. s|!m uw 15 1 ,tlhat the bar in good standing, and have an SS?*tn<!f family, and tbe ladv a dear little widow with whked dark curl. Their goings on haX?I? So fia^rant that tb? chur? h has taken them in wt L* * Prival? investigation is in nro?ress ding members ? y. Y Tribune. eaKTi'jWe0! c5 P*",fui c*Mn that momma a Wa" PfWnf?* vesterday is said to forty-ive years of age. who earnstsnee? died'^ wuSo^T'.V ^ d cir' !!?'*27M5iin?,Dt,yp*r??^ & SC of strips of carpet wranf clo,h"*? consisted Philadelphia pn,^ ? wound her person by^yir tSSSw"8 AVu^aia' wbT'i^'.'m on duty, Is cLarged with havinir tl eml hurclaries on bis kiear TbJ *V~ caused much exciteiueot in the Department but the suspected man bad not U--? nJde aware u?! John P Hbpdbbsow, Esq ?This gentleman a, satire of Pennsylvania, has of late been a target for a multitude of false aeeusations and 1?g telegraphs and new^lfer Jitters emana ting from Kansas He was arretted at hmrtn worth, not long since, by an aflBed foroa from Lawrence, clothed with nominal nnthontr bv ?ct of Mr. Frederick P. Stan? bogSlegto lature?a body called by Mr. Stanton to make laws before they had a legal existence?the Legislature assuming to deprive the Governor of the Territory of the control of its militia, and to place that in the irresponsible hands of Jim Lane and the leaders of his gang, whom they eleeted militia generals of one sort or other. The pretenoe for arresting him was an allegation that he had falsified the returns of the election of the 4th ultimo at Delaware Crossings, for the benefit of the Democratic ticket. The real purpose of his arrest was, doubtless, to get possession of the body of (Jen Calhoun, to hold that gentleman in custody until after the time in which he could legally decide upon the general result on that election In the latter purpose they were signally de feated; for (Jen. C. did not follow them with their prisoner to Lawrence, as they anticipated. <>n arresting Henderson, they made no preten tion that they took bim as a prisoner, but as a witness in some other case. It was only when getting him beyond the reach of apparent pos sible aid of his friends that they assumed the pretence of an accusation against him per sonally, in justifying their refusal to him of his liberty. The impudence and mendacity of his arrest under such a charge?as false as ever a Kansas free-soil aocusion was. (and one and all they have proved to be false from the beginning of the troubles in the Territory,) are aptly illustrated by the following affidavits, the first from one of the judges of the election at the Delaware Crossings, setting forth the circumstances of an attempt, by a similar illegal arrest, to force him to sign a false return, and the other from all the judges and clerks of the election at the same pl&cc, averring the correctness of the return Mr. Henderson was accused of having forged, after being kid napped : Covnty ?/ Johnson : Be Suiters, personally appeared Theod?re F Garnett, who, being sworn, savs ^ of Jaru,,iry he wai arresfed 1^ ?on,lty? nnder, as it was said, a warrant, and taken to Lawrence by an armed 2s or s r?'whl,e hewas ,md*r Sew wil I hnnw' I!0" W" ,0 him <0 ??*? ? new poll-book, (by some one of the Free State P L/S Lawrence, and, be thinks, by a man named hwiu? ) which poll-book should L rilde ?)i!i .1 General Calhoun would receive it thim h?<,p00?nt,jbeinp in dl,rar,ce. told him or them he supposed would be all rieht. a . Thxodobk F Garxttt * worn to and subscribed before me this l*th day of January, 1S>. S. M. Salt.bs,J P Thy^Ary ? f Co""fy ?f Lear,* worth : Uon for s/Tt'fn^' J,,dSe? ?nd Clerks of the elec tion for State officers and members of Lhe State wIriSiTrUre' d *1 the precinct known as Dela A^eocy on the 4th day of January, A. D S ?i5<i.TJ^.ce,t,fy ,hat *he return" h,ade W h,., , t0"011' are corrwt and gcu^e, and InrI nfY *.t'fteraer,t ,nadp hy any person as to the To Us tmth nrreCfT ,Ca," ?nlv determined as l) its truth or falsity by a reference to said re by "H a* managers and clerks of said election, at said precinct. Isaac Momdat, ) Th co do a a F. Gabnxtt, } Judges. w r w James c- Obistki, $ ?? . C. WlLLSON, I , James Fixdlky, \ Clerks Ttrritory of Kansas, County of Johnson B?. Peace*?nrf T' a" aCt,n~' Ju8t'? of the ?ace 1,1 a"d for the County and Territory bfoie do?' nz?r, 'f""is? "??<?&: r.?T, Oarnett, James C. Grinter William c ?lltaon ,?,l J.,,,,, Flndl^ wh^Vlni"tSri M"'""lb"!Sh Samuel M. Salters, J. I?. That the Free Soil leaders of the Territory are carrying out the plans of Jim Lane's recent oath-bound organixation that attracted so much attention from the country some time since, is evident, not only in the act of kidnap ping Mr. Henderson under an infamously false charge, and in that of attempting to force Mr. Garnett to sign a false return, setting forth a Topekaite victory at the Delaware Crossings, but in many other events of the day. It is seen in the recent cowardly assassination of Mr. Stover, a leading Democrat, of Wyandotte, thus described in the Lawrence correspond ence (January 25th ultimo) of the New York Ti men : the aUark were these : Mover wax re timing from Lawrence on hog back and alone. I>ate at night, when within 2SLS1- ot Wyandotte, he was pa\sed bv who suddenly wheeled abound when a few ya ds ahead of hini, and asked "\re you Sa? Stover?" He replied '?YelfTV.Jht "Whether voice.'" Jbe other answered, > hether >ou do or not, you are the man I'm looking for and instantly shot him with a Sharp*', rtfle. The ball paised throu-h his fa< e ?2d ,h?rkil,,r,y The a^a?sin es 1T . bt?y*r ??'rvived Jor several days in great ??["?* but the latest report received here is that he died yester.iay. ^ CaAVoJ." It is also evideut, in the manner in which t re8ult #t Leavenworth City of the election on the 4th ult. was returned; seventeen hun dred and odd votes being nominally recorded, whereas it is as notorious that the extent of that city 's voting capacity, all toU, is but about seven hundred as that Washington city does not contain one hundred thousand voters These abolition vigilance (kidnapping, mur dering and bullying) committees of course ruled the roost at the election in Leavenworth, and caused the fal.^e returns to which we refer to be made out and sworn to by their friends in charge of the polls, who, being members of Jim Lane s secret order, were sworn to perjure themselves or commit secret murder whenever that might be necessary to aocomplish their political or other ends. Fortunately, Mr. Henderson soon found means of escaping from the cowardly ruffians who had entrapped bim. They derive their present power to murder or kidnap with impu nity wholly through the act of Mr. F p Stan ton in calling the Free Soil Legislature together before it had a legal existence. That body (the majority) are men of the Jim Lane stripe Their legislation was to the end of shielding and protecting their tools in such work-not withstanding the guarantee embraced in Mr Stanton s letter to the Secretary of State that they would perform bat a single aet, order the submission of the whole constitution to a pop ular vote, and then adjourn. We make these explanations thus promptly because it is evident that the combined opposi tion in Congress design urging the false pre tence of an untrue return from the Delaware Crossings preefoct of Leavenworth county as their reason for their present attitude of hos tility to and misrepresentation of Gen. Calhoun and his firm, manly, patriotie and courageous eourte with reference to the Lecoapton consti tution. Sombtbino Elsb at thb Bottom os't ? Nothing amuses as more than the pertinacity with which Senator Douglas avert in his speeches, as the ground of his opposition to the j Lecompton Constitution, the fact that it was not in all its provisions submitted to a popular vote, wh.oh be has oome todeolare to have been K J? the J*#*' administration of the hr?ks w? this trtdw! v ' U UU direct con tradiction of the positions and tenor of hit justly celebrated Springfield speech, delivered andently, before he had made up his mind to the convenience of dissolving his connection ^ ,he National Democratic organisation. In that speech?wa regret that we have noccpy from which to quote vrrhaitm, though remem bering its points welt?ha declared that Kansas ?as about to speak as the law provided she tion. Not a whisper U to be foand in it denying to th? convention the power he then end there -^bnted^toj^ia the olraw of it referred to of his argument on that par ?on?rroon wm, that the convention waj K*?sas, in iustioe ad in the eye of the law. Baaause we mMMber well thu point of his ar gament on thatoeeasion, among other good end s?*cient reasons, it if, that we recognise in hia present affiliation and earnest co-operation with the RepubHeu party of Congress the purpose of navigating the barque of his future political prospects to catch the anti-slavery breezes in the non-slaveholding States. Kahuax.?Below will be found ao interest ing communication from a citizen of Kansas ?ow in Washington, explaining the manner in which "agitation'' and the pistol and bowie knife again became rampant in the Territory not long since, Ac. We publish it as contain ing several suggestions of much present inter est and importance: oTH???KDiificbltim -Who rented ditfi<Mil ties In Kansas iu Ibr summer of IK57' It ia well known by all person, who were in the Ierrltonp, In April an<t May late, tbat everything appeared favorable to a speedy and peaceful ad? jnstment r.f all difflrnllle.; citizen* ofl.awreJee and Lecompton would meet together and crack their jokes over past events, and express their astonishment at the folly of their pail conduct men of opposite parties had associated in busi ness; and, as a general thing, the pistol and t^hi yjrr*,ai<l *,,de th?' fa,n"'r ??* to his plow, the merchant to his merchandise and the nonnd of the mechanics' hammerw5 heaid throughout the land. The bright oounte nance and the lively'step of lbe JMiClne^ man gave evidence of returning confidence l>etween "a""d man. The few alone, who made their r wli y Ph,"der> wer?" chapfallen by theasrw-ct of nffhirs?-even Gen. Lane had given np boS ^rv ?^Tk h <!PP?"',,on th* ??ws of the coin try, and had tnrned to speculating under those Sj'ai1?4 R"binson-yes the shrewd andcun. Robln,on? too?had lost faith in the ov<[ which he had been accustomed whoS?e,ita??rfreuU|rrnP|d hi"comml!"<on to those the^i?I hi 1 ' Sought the virtue in T>hi ? V? ,onP an *? "trenuonsly opposed tinh 15 a faint picture of the promising rondi lioweie^ Ih?8 i . Mav laHt- At this time, however, the plea aut season for traveling had arrived, and with It came many visitors to that garden of the West, some of whom were politi atrfvaWi K caP,fa? for future use. On their i ,Ty Werp aston>*hed at the peace and quiet of the country. They became alarmed at them^o m ?DlJr1P?"t,C"1 hobby, which had cost ' 1,1 m?cllj a'most extinct. On the arrival of ^ ? lt ad'nK spirits from the old Bay State, a meeting was called at Lawrence, and the de ^duL^iM ?i?f !h.* rrty (shotlId lh* Kan u'WcultleM be settled) was portrayed with great feeling and solemnity. Resolutions weie f roinfheirlit '"If to arouse rroin their lethargy, and go to work. Robinson wa* induced to withdraw bis resignation, and the To^L a"d ?thers? to Put in W?tlon the Topeka govornment. caH^fllfSrni'l>V?pr0cli,n,itlon! convened the so thiniJVMatur*- at Topeka Lane was au thorlzed to organize the militia of the Territory 7^ #k ?T*S donr> to tfae extent of his power forthwith. Meetincs were called In all parts of the country, incendiary speeches delivered ex tho?eoPle to al* k">ds of and divi sions. Old scenes were re-enacted?the torch aaKWiThe bea ?f the p'^'-nd bowie knife n<jain became part of the annarel of many and business associations were abandoned This great change in the aspect of att'airs took place immediately after the raeetin" at Law HlSieJ.u? ca,,??t be denied that the present tficulties were originated and were intended to tilf, n and tbt're was the bal1 put in mo. keen ulS "nd %?w ?,hers are tools to keep it in motion. They were not the nrinclnai movers in bringing them about In Sne tlETv owe their origin to the labors of the Republican lascitizenhi*"*' I!,akin? no Pensions to Kan Tf Jr f 5 who Went there to inteifere in the affairs of the Territory only to the end of perpetrating sectional stri/e', irrthe hope of .hus elwtTnof l'^?|Uie|?epUbli<ai,? Party ca,,se in fht' adherence ???? very evident that faithful adherence to the programme alluded to will ^FeTnd for ?">"* v?ts to an ,'a ^ bey are dt'tcrmlned to do so at all hazards, is clear to all who have observed the m?S.0t 'C"?? "" '*Hmn <?' ">"r? mlL,trlkM Is there ,s realIy but one legiti mate course for Congress to pursue in the nicir ses-the plan suggested by the President fn h<s message on the s,I\,jeCt. ?is reasoning should satisfy every unprejudiced mind. The end if not ft. 3,1 0PP0siti0" ^ that policy canno! "aniutlm Th*, ^"nl ^mwratle national or ganization. 1 hat (Democratic party) or?raniz-i. tion Using the only national party in existence ? d.e,P*nilH thr stability of the Union ? and anything that would tend to divide it or weaken shouia be avoided by every Mend of bis coun try. Let Congress adhere to the doctrine of non nto'u" Un/on" aihlU?iKlV^ "* PromPt admission own affair ou ^w^wil ^>al?k To'n ~t than the fulfilment of the provision given us in he organic law; that we claim, without any more Territorial elections. We can regulate ou^ own Mlairs better afrer admission thfn bSore V\ e, the citizens of Kansas, are fully prepa'cd tri join the sister hot d of Stales: we have through all the preliminaries, and now we ask ^.bWtofo" vZn"" -",e "" A CiTiZKN of Kansas. Post Ornca IIbcbipts fob thb Quarter esding Skptkmbkb 3U, 1857.-The followinc ts a statement of the receipts of the Post Office Department from July l?t to September 30th. iaa7. viz: '???' ""m"d, 41'" " From registered letters..'.'.".; ' -'.Vn J\ tZ?Dnn??Un"UlS(ir0lU hox re?l?)' 1H.T-J8 !l| 5 IMJ Total receipts *I,8I5,(?I 5C Amount* expended in collecting the revenue, via : Amount paid as compen sation of postmasters..*577,217 SI Amount paid m incicleti tal expenses of post of * steamboat and way let ter" ' 4.IMH no Tola! expended ?S5I,?U 91 a? receJp? Amount of postage stamps and stamped en re opes used during the quarter, $ 1,366,057 03. R8AProiBTBD.-We learn that Col Wm. II. gobies, of Minnesota, some Ume since removed from the post of Superintendent of the con struction of the Fort Kidgley and South Pass wagon road, on account of a misunderstanding with reference to bis accounts, if we remember correctly, has been reappointed to the same post by Secretary Thompson. Col. N. has been n Washington for some weeks past, and that he has satisfied the Department of the entire propriety of his discharge of his official duties i? made clear by the fact - that a functionary *> ngtd in requiring due responsibility on the part ot all his subordinates as Secretary Thompson, has thus restored him to office. His restoration embraces proof, too, that his supe rior hesitates not to do his whole duty in such cases, as in all others. Thk Philadelphia Phess.?Mr. Forney ? Frets denies that the convention in Philadel phia endorsed the position of the Administra tion on the Kansas question. He aeems to learn with astonishing facility the tricks of the Abolitionists. He must know tbat the resolu tions were adopted by acclamation, and with out a dissenting voice. How can he perpetrate a misrepresentation so remarkable whilst he professes to be the friend of the President? Indeed, it is high time tbat the true friends of the Administration in Pennsylvania and else where, and especially the Democratic pross, had assigned to him his proper position, and protested indignantly against his use of the party now purified by his flagrant apostacy, and strengthened by his palpable treason. Th? Bbason.?As Lent approaches the gay folks around ns seem bent on making most tf their privileges. Thus, last week was signal. ised by many private parties in Washington, unsurpassed in their brilliancy and agreeabil ity. Among them were entertainments at the bospiuble mansions of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Postmaster General, and our liberal and public spirited eitisen, James C. Hundreds at tha moat distin guished strangers in Washington and among our own fellow citizens wore present at each of these elegant entertainments, and enjoyed the hospitality of their boats and hostesses amazing ta the Kortham P*?es m Mows: j?? Tin accoaat given of the ronrerwttloe and MvaMBi<>nt between Mmkb, Keitt and Grow, on the authority ef a Member of Congiaes, la Satur day's dispatch. was not deatgned asan authentic statement, but waa given on application a* em betfvtas hit impreaslonaat the time. The friend* of MrrReiU,who were in bin vicinity, nay he waa not knocked down by Mr. Grow, but waa wrenched from his hold on the latter by Reuben Davis, who interfeied a*a peace-maker; and, fur ther, that a? Mr. Keitt premeditated no disturb ance with Mr. Grow, he the mor? seriously ie grcts its occurrence.'' A Correction.?We stated, a day or two since, that the resolutions of instruction to Sen ator Bigler were voted down in the lower house of the Pennsylvania Legislature by twelve majority. We should have written by twenty majority. The vote stood 57 to .V pre cisely, we subsequently learn. StorF.-snir Relief.?The store-ship Relief is at New York, fitting out for the Home Squad ron The following is a list of her officers: Lieut. Commanding. James II Strong; Lieu tenants, A. McLaughlin, Wm. W. Low. J. II. March, and James S. Thornton. The Weather ?The following report of the weather for this morning is made from the Morse Telegraph line to the Smithsonian Institution. The time of observation is about 8 o'clock a. m : Fkbruaey 8, 1858. New Vork, N. Y..........rl?ar, mild. Philadelphia, Pa clear, pleasant. Baltimore, Md clear, pleasant.. Wa*hlngton, I) C rloar, cool Richmond, Va cool, wind X. Staunton, Va clear, cool. Petersburg, Va ............clear', cold. Norfolk, Va cool; wind S E. Raleigh, N. C clear, cold. Wilmington, N. C clondv, cold. Columbia, I* C clear, cool. Charleston, S. O .clear, cold. Augusta, Ga.............. .cl^ar, cold. i-avannah, Ga ??.......clear, cool. Macon. Ga..... clear, cool Columbus, Ga..... ...clear, cold Montgomery, Ala clear, cool. Lower Teach Tree, Ala....clear, cool. Fkoxthe West. Cumberland. Md cloudy, cool. Wheeling, Va clear, cool Barometer at the Smithsonian, at 7 a m ., (cor reeled for temperature,) 3U.I88. Thermometer, on the Smithsonian tower, min Imun last night, 31?; near the ground, 32 CONGRESSIONAL. Thtrty-flitli Congress?First Session. l.i Thi Sexate, to-day, Mr. Allen'presented a series of resolutions from the Legislature of Rhode. Maud, remonstrating against the Le compton Constitution. Mr. Douglas made several ineffectual attempts to call up his resolution of Thursday last, re questing of the President certain information rel ative to Kansas elections. The resolutions referring the President's Kan sas message to the Committee on Territories wa? then taken up, but no vote had been taken when our report closed. I!f thk (IotrsE, the first business transacted was taking the vote on the call for the the pre vious question in the matter of the reference of the President's Message accompanying the Kan sas I>ecompton Constitution. The. call for the previous question was sus tained by the following vote?affirmative 110, necative HIS. # The vote that the main question should now be put resulted as follows?yeas 113, nays 107. The question then came up on the motion to refer the message to the Territories Committee, which was lost?yeas 113, nays 111. nr^=?THK REV. ALFRFD COOKMAN. of Li Philadelphia, will Lecture THIStMondao EVENING, at the Foundry M. E. Church, at">? o'clock. Subject?"Concentrated Energies." Admittance 2S csnts. (at the door.) It* ?? w iT *--NOTICF..?A stated meeting of the J&ckfon ikJ llemocratio Association of the ^ixth Ward w?TT be held at the Anacostia Hall, on TUESDAY EVENING, February 9th, at GX o'clock. The ineiii!>ers ate especially invited to attend. _lt I). KLEISS. Ree. See. MECHANICS,. WORKINGMEN AND OTHERS. First Warh?A meeting will be held in the lTnion Knrin? House, First Ward, on MONDAY, Feh 8, at 7 t 'olook. in relation to the new Code The friends of the Code oordtally invite all who iniy have any objections to the ittue, to attend and state their obj.ctions and be prepared to defend them with the friends of the same. 8ecoxo Wakd.?A meeting for the Second Ward wiM be held at Temperance Ilall, on TUESDAY E VE.N ING. Feb. 9th, at 7 o'ciock, in relation to the lie* Ctnle. All persons tkat are opposed to the s"*ine will stale their objections to the meeting, that they may be discussed fairly. Fourth Wash.?A m*etingof the citizens of the Fourth Ward are invited to attend n meeting to he held at the Assembly Rooms oil THURSDAY EMENlMG, February li.at t o'clock, in relation to the New Lode. The opponent! of the same ere particularly invited to deuate the subject with the cod t tier*. ^Fifth Wakd.?A meeting of the citizens of the Fifth Ward are invited to attend a meeting to he h?ld a* the Coliiinlxa Encine-house. on FRIDAY EVENING. February 12. at 7 o'clock, in relation to the New Code. The opponent* of the same are invited todch-ite the subject with the cod fiers. Sixth Ward?A meeting of the citizens of the Sixth War<1 are invited to attend a meeting to l>? held at Odd fellows'Hall, Navy Yard,on KRI OA Y F.VENING. Feb.'uary U, at 7o'olock, in relation te the New ('ode. The opponent* of the same are particularly invited to del>ate the sul?iect with the codihers. Sevexth Wakp.-A meeting will l>e held at Odd Fellow#' Hall, laland.on WEDNESDAY EVEN I N'J. February in, at 7o'clock. The fuendsof the Code are cordially invited. Those oppoeed to u will atten ? the meeting and state th*ir objection*, and debate the .subject fsirly before tke voters of the Ward. feb8 5t' r^=- SMITHSONIAN' LECTURE S.-Dr. Jof Wyxjih will lecture on MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS on "The effect of occupation upon the duration of Life." fe 6-S.MJc W |r"5?ATTENTION, UNION GUARD?*.?The 'Is? regular monthly meeting of the Company will be held at Ha-mony Half for drill end other hu siness. Every member is earnestly requested to meet at the above-named Hall on Monday evening, the eighth of February, at sevm o'clock. fe6 2t* JAMBS K. KANE.Sec'y. DR. POPE, Homtopatkie Pay<?'r?ae nnd Surgeon, .Je~Menou or Chain Huildings, No. J76 H street, north side, between ISth aud 14th sts. d 19-eo.lm f>^5=?ICE CREAM AND WATER ICKS, of the lk_? best quality, in moulds or otherwise, at if t.so ?er gallon. Fairs and other public en'ertaiuinents furnished at less rates, at the Philadelphia Confec tionery. corner Uth and F sts. jan 22-lm* J. FUSSELL. rv^y?THE Partnership heretofore existing bc ,k_5 tween Lewis JoHxsoxatjd EdvaisSmns under the styla of the Washington City Savings Hank, having expired, the general bank njj business Will be hereafter conducted by the undersigned, un der the firm of Lewis Johnson k Co. LEWIS JOHNSON, DAVID WALKER, fe S-3t L. J. DAVIS. rry-NOTICE-To the inhabitants of V\ ashing - I I ton County, D. C- residing between Roek Creek an1 the Eastern Branch of the Potomso? You are hereby notified that an election will be held at L. L. Brunnett's Stcre. on 7ih street a ank toad, at its intersection with the Piney Branch road, on MONDAY, the lath February, for the pnrp se of aocspting or reieoMng the Code of Laws in par suance of an act of Congress. ? The polls will be opened at 9 o'clook a. m. and oiose at 5 p. m. THOS. F. BLAGDEN, HENRY HAW, A. P. SHOEMAKER, fe*-eotd Judges rT5=? ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM! ICE ILjJ CREAM!?The very beet loe Cream and Water loes, Roman Punch. 4o., at fl Jftger gallon. Small and I arse Cakes of aJ I varieties. Jellies. Charlotte de Russe. Blanc Mange. Pies of all kinds, and a large oolleotion of Fruits, at ' SCHAFFIELD'S Baltimore Confectionery and lee Cream Depot, No. 3*5 6th street, between G and H. P S.?Partiea, Balls, aud Weddings funushed with all kinds Coafaetionery and Pyramids of differ ent kinds. ian 9-lm j yM-BNTmE^. 'Vhol^L.-d^u.^ ~ ' INDIA RUB0ER POOTBALLS. Bat Balls Hw,M'w nbw la"p The onderstgned is now pr-pwed to the public with SftfrM and Lajl Oi s. CsmHune sod Spirit <>se aadGJa'sand Metal Lamps ot tul de POR HAI.K AT a BARGAIN ?The seb?cr. l>er will sell his entire Stock and Fixt?rae of his wood yard. This is a rare cliancj for a person wish ing to go into a sale business. It la one o| the old ;?.?farisSr ss %t?I-ZST' *101,1 ^^'iR^si'MMB. CALLS of matled'to any Mat* in tta Dm V7??? o oeing .fl to S. SUTHERLAND, v a Uaa Maker, fa I3t* \ Rialnnwrf, Vt. ALAND AND Ftrulm torn for nit a i vicinity ef ? , ... ? he areenel rpunua, whiek will he so<t 'mm awl mm very feaeon Mie terlfa, ifaf* irationis wli ij?. CBAS. e. \VA1,LACH. At'oruev J+ H taytw *opi>^>?City Hail. \U ASHINOTON ACADEMY OF MUSIC, " Co?mca of Hi* Sraarr * jit? Pa. Ar?. MR. F. NICHOLAS CROUCH. Prinoipal. The spnnc term having (xminienoed. all peraooe desirous of joining the Singing and Piaroforte Classes must apply immediately to ineure snoooes in enr<?)WiHi I heir mm* for the a? Office li ura U to I, every da*. fel-M.WAS D. T DENTISTRY. _ R. WM. A. FR A MKLIN, for the past 9 mn resident in this oity, aUll continues tu per , form all Orf?ATio\a on the teeth in the; very licit manner and at unprecedeuledly low rates. Persons desiring it will he attended at their raai dencea without additional charge. Alt operationa warranted. Office No. 16, north A street Capitol Hilt. feH eodSt* I UMBER !?LUMBER !!?LUMBER "! ? Fob Sals at Cost. The suhsoriber wishing to dispose of hia stock of LUMBER bv the 1st of April,from this day will sell it at coat for oash. or aperove?i not*a at abort dates. The assortment is Rood and well seasoned. Carpenters anJ others iu want of such material would do well to call at Biagden's Wharf before purchasing elsewhere. fe8 fit* THKODORK MOSHER. LAST CHANCK. > IIF. Elegant Consignment of RICH SILKS AND SILK DRESS GOODS, MO I SSELINE DELAINES, Ac., Ac., Ac.. A o. now on exhibition on the Second Floor of our ea tab'isbment. will be withdrawn ia a few days. ladies of ll and purcln*e at onoe. The present week will be the Inst opportunity for securing Unpreced'nltd ?nrtsiai. Pennsilvama avenue. fe S 1w between Rth and *th ata. ^JOING !?GOlNti MOIM For a f*w da*a longer l adies will have an oppor tunitv of purchasing these Elegant Flonnoed SILK ROBES at fl*. The entire consignment vf these goods will be withdrawn in a rhort time. Now or never ia the time to buv New Goods at Ont-kalf (As Cojf of Importation. HOOK, ORO. A CO.. Penn*y'vania avenue. feR-lw between ftth and Mh eta._ MNAL NOTICE. February 8th. MM. The I<adiea ol Washington, Georgetown. and Al exandria are respectfully informed, that, in ten da?a from this date, the SPLENDID CONSIGNMENT RICH DRESS GOODS now ofTeruig at HOOE. BROTHER A CO.'S. will be withdrawn and returned to New York. It ia earnestly hope 1 that Ladies will avail thein aelvae of the present opportunity, and avoid the disappointment which must certainly l?e experienced after the withdrawal ofthis invoioe. find tnemselvee compelled to par douM?j the prices now asked. Ladies, oall at once.at HOOE, BROTHER A CO.'S. PEN-s*Ti.VAinA Avrwn. fe 8-1 w between 8th and 9th ate F ?100.000. ?s. MOLsELLN DELAINES, all wool, at 25, 3V*,ar.d 50 cents. Velvet aide STRIPED ROBES, at #35. Rioh Velvet FLOCNCED ROBES at and #40 Ac., Ac., Ao., Ao , Ac . now on exhibition on the Secosd Floor of our es tablishment. This consirnment of magnificent novelties will shortly be closed, and Ijadiesare assured, tha',after tliese Goods are withdrawn from sale here, by the owners in New York, the same artiolea cannot I>e purchased in this mirket at d<?nb'6 the pno?i now asked. HOOE. BROTHER A CO., , 1 ENNSTLVANIA Avi.M'l, fe 8 1 w between 8th and 9th eta. PERUVIAN S Y ft U P. Oe Protected SOL UTIOX OF PR O TOXIDE OF IBOX COMBINED. Having successfully passed the ordeal to which new discoveries in the Materia Medica are subjected, must now be received as an established medicine. Its Efftcac\ ia Curing DYSPEPSIA, Afzcttons of the Liver, Dropsy, \euralgiat Bronchitis and Consumptive Ttndencies, Di<ordt[fd State of the Blood, Boil Starry, The Prostrating Effects of Lead or Mercury, General Debility, Autl all d iseases whion require a Tonic and Altera tive medicine, is beyond question. The proofs of its efficacy are so numerou*,ao we.l authenticated, and ?<f such peoul.ar character, that sutlerers cannot reasonably he* it ate to rcoeive thCj proffered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does noli" profess to l>e a cure all. but its* range is extensive, because many d senses, apparently unlike are in timately related, and proceeding from one cause, may l?9 cured by one remedy. Theclaa* of diseases for winch the Syrup pro !* ? ?re. is p ecisely that which !has so often Iviffled the tughest ordci of medical skil. Iheiac s are tangible, the witnesses ao-oesoiltle, and liietafo ty and efficacy of the Syrup iu3ontrov<?rtible. Those who may wi^h for an opinion from disint*r ested prrK<>ns respecting the character of the Syrup <annot fail to l>e sat shed with the following aiiiocg numerous testimonials in the nands of the AKents. i he signature* are those of gentlemen well known in the oomiiiunity, at d of the highest respectab.lity. _ .. .. CARD. The undersigned having experienced the beneh c al efl-cts of lb* "Peruvian ?*y rup," do not hesitate to recommend it to the atu-ntion of the enhlic. From .yir own experience, as well us from the tes timony of others, whose ir.tei ig??nce aud iniegrity are sUogether unquestionable, we have no doubt of its effioiur in cabc* of Incipient Diseases of the Lungs and Bronchial Passages, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint. Dropsy, Nenrnlgia. Ac. Indeed its ef fects would be incredible, l-ut from the high eharao ter of those wroi have witnessed them, and have vo'unteered their testimony, as we do ours, to its restorative power. Rev. JOHN PIER PONT, THOM AS A. DKXTr.R. S. H. KENDALL. M. D. MAMI EL MAY. THOMAS C. AMORY, PETER HARVe.Y, JAMES C. Dl NN. It is well known tint the medicinal effect of Pro toxide of Iron is lost by even a ver* brief exposure to air, and that to ma nt&in a solution of Protox id? ol Iron, without further oxidation, has been deemrd impossible. In th? Peruvian Syrup, this desirable point is at tained by combination 15 a wat befo.r rs ehowk; arid this solution may replace all tne proto oarlx.natos citrates, and tartrates of the Materia Medic*. A. A. HAYES. M. D.. Aasayerto the -*tate of Massachusetts, !?> Boy Iston street. Boston. For sale by Druggists general!*. Price for large bottles. $2; medium sired houles. #1. N. L. CLARK A CO. Proprietors, Boston. For sale m Washington b? D. tiiimm. Special Agent;IN'airn A Palmer, John S-hwariz", \. H. Smith, V. Harlmugh, H. H. McPherson, F. S. Walsh, Joseph Berry, Jas. If. Stone, J. S. l.ov?joy, ? >r D. B. Cla-ke. D. Ridgely; and in lieorcetown by R. J. Cisaell.and J. L. Kid well. feb? bin THE CITY OF the OR eat KING : orJero aalern as it was. as it is and as it is to lie ; by J. T. Barclay. M. 1?.. Missionary to Jerusalem; pnoe Just published,and for sale bv TAYLOR A MAURY, . Booksellers, near Ninth street, fe 6-4t [Union, (ilobe, States| Forthe LEVERS and evenTng par TIES. A vcrv select assortment of OA pes. HEAD DRESSES, WREATHS. BERT HAS FLOW ers. FANCY HAIR PINS. Ac.. Ac., suitable for evening pirties, may be found at MISS M. A. webb'S, fe 6-St* 3*1 Pa.avenue, under National Hotel. ASCIMMHLFEN'VING a CO., ? Engineering, Dm wing and Engraving. OjRr' T3\ D Street. Near the 00m r of Pa. avenne nod Tenth street, Washinutojj D. C. Maps Complied, Drawn. Reduced, Copied, and Engraved. Drawing of anv description Copied, Redno*d, Ae. Photography on p am paper, trscfng paper, metal, atone, ai.d w?mk1. Phot<>graphs of scientific sui'jects taken from nature. Boing pre pared to apply electroty ping also, their offioe is en ab'ed to'fitl orders in a shorter tune and with greater 'accuracy than has heretofore been done, fe 8 3t* DEBIT AND CREDIT,a new novel, tranalated from tka German. The Reason Why, a book of condensed acientifie knowledge for the million, by the author of'-Ineuire Within. Northern Travel, by ''ayard Taylor. White Liea. a new novel, by the author of " Peg Woffin ton." Hide and Seek, a novel, by the author of 'The Dead Secret." (>ny Livingstone, or Thorough. Atlantic Monthly,for February. All the uew public itious reoeived aa fast aa pub liahod A select assortment of Stationery. For sale at JOS. SHI LLiNGTON'S Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner st. ^fe6-3t an t ra. ay nnHlfi YOl NG RAGAMUFPlNS.a story of s 1 Boy wiio waa cureless of kis clothes, erio* 25 ajwta. Th? little Minx, or the girl who would not learn to aew, price an ceuts. The Play Ground, or the Boy s Book of Games. pn*e& cents. The History of Five Little Piga, colored, p ice & in- Greatest Ph?ue or Life, illustrated by Cruik lank. prioe 50 cents. Tkn Millionaire, b> L)udl? J" wililoeaire, b> Undle* Coatello, prios 5'? cts. Four-and-Twenty F?uy Tales, selected by J R. Planohe, p ice #1 SB. Just publiehad, and Ut tale lijr TA1 LOR a MAURY. . Brvduellers and Stationers. Pa a*., f*6 3t near9th street. FASHIONABLE visiiing cards, and 1 Putc* Ktif rmved in nil ?t> k?, tod oardi printed at a lev hoars notice, at TAYLOR A MAURV'ft B4R>k?tore. ^ It3-1? (Intel., Ua.on,Htal#t ' ur a 9 n 1 titlrfp COMEpTCOM*!*A??N. this evening* Feb. ?. Ann??<UU> Slack - " JJr J<* *_ Only night of Ike BWtitVed SOMB1SGVY W-XE Ml OBI* ..... ffri. John Fa tare iwimnu will preoiude the peeeibiatj of UMI CeiiMiliM i*ei ik alter ****';? l)o?ra open at 7; performance commences at 7H fel ______? I^AIIEL'S coquette. Thia just l> celebrated Mi lovely ptere at Btntaarv ia now it WaaW?*oa, tad am EXHIBITION At 4.? ffaa'a. Arm??, ketsecaarf *m4 ?*? Sfrtrtfi where aha may be Been fiom la. m. till M p. m. The aameol lke"Co?uiu " u ao* s< veil know* that it needa no advertising medium to ten of tier fame. She baa reoaived tka higkeet ooiiiutend*wor<? of praiae from critics and oonnotaeenra, both i* fr.u r?M aed Vmertaa. and is now jaatly ruk?H udoui the most brilliant ackievemeBta of m-idern Ailiwa. The sojourner the-Colette" latkia city mast aecea?art'y t?e r+ry short. aa it ia the purpose ef tke owner topmoeeg farther Soutk iaa l?wd*ys. Admittance *? cents ; for lha aeason. CI |p?-iw ^ O I I K K DAN8ANTK. PROF. II. W. MUNDER lakea great pleasure ia announcing to his frienda. pstrons. and Ike pubtio that hiaSevsnth Soiree Brill taka place at hit Hmi. crner of Vth and II *rreeta,r- ' WKDNKSDW EVENING, Feb. loth. ia at 8 o'olo.-k precisely. The l^ancers, Polk, and olhar Quadrilles ^ill be introduced in the o rnrae of th* evening. A I thn* who have never Been tha original Lano*r'ayi*dnlH should not fhil to avail themat Ives uf tk>a tf^ irU - nity. la ? ?i pHILHARMOMC HALL. On MONDAY EVENING. Feb *th. 1*?. HARRY ?ASDER!?OS'K GRAND VOCAL AND INSTUMEN'TAL con a kh t. Tha following eminent talent will appaar on tka abova evening . MISS FANNY HERON. MIM? AGNES HKRuN, HER H RODOLPHSQV. H. G. THUNDER. . _ HARRY SANDERSON. Admission 9L Doors open at 7; commence at * o'clock. _ . Tickets and reaerved a eats may lie secured innd ?atice i without extra charge > at tka niaaic atoraa o( Messrs. Davis and W. G Metxerott. Tickets ma* alao bi bad at the door on the evening of the Concert. HARRY SANDERSON wiM give a Grand[Con oart. with the above ?a?t in ALEKANDRIA.na TUESDAY EVEN Nf?. the Wh mat. fas* PHILHAKMONIC HAIX. TUESDAY, Faa. ?th. *T7Siortor?. State 2* Cents; Children arfmpnnt'H kalf-p*%ce. WHITNEY, the treat AMERICAN WIZARD LECTURER, will open bia budcet of Nacfo?nantio Wonders. PbiJoeophiaal Cnrloaitira, aad Tery?i ohoraan Variatiea. in thta oity aa abore. fe? ** jyjELODEON, Avrin, .t?AE Tistii Ptuit. BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE, A New Combisvbtiosi of TWEI VKSTAR PERFORMERS. Unaurpaaaed by anv Troup- ia tka Coutn . D. CLINTON PRICE. The unrivalled American Gnitariat and Yocaliata. in hia Gnitar Soloa and 8onca. MASTER WILLIE. The Juvenile J in Dar.oer and Wondor of tka Ace, in tavorit* Danoaa, in oonnaction with tka WHOLE COMPANY. who will appear Erarv Evenina in NEW SONGS. NEW DANCES. LA( GHARLE BURLESQUES, PANTOMIME*. A. Admiaaioa 29 acuta. Doora open at 6h; oom menca at 7Ift. feS I.KF MALLORV. Ataat J U S T IC E TO A_L L. THE WESTERN ROYS IN THE FIELD AGAIN. The members of the W?aT*B* Hon Co*e*KT. No. 1. moat reapectfully announoa frierjda and public generally that give their Grand Kirthaicbt Ball < DAY, Feb. 15th. l&Vt.et Wecteru Ha atreet, between L and M atreeta. The oNeot of thia Ball ia to aid tka widow and orphan* of oar late brother m?mlier. Johk l?. A .n DKRaox.who noblv lost kia lite in the diacharce of hie duty aa a fireman. The membera of the Company pledge themaeKea to apare neither p^ina nor expenae to make thia tha No. 1 Hall of tb? keaaon. Supper atid Refr 'ahmenta will be farniahed by an experienced orerer. The lust Cotillon Muaic baa l>een encaxad for tka occaaion. Ticketa ONE DOLI.A R; ?o be bad of any ro?in her of the company or at the do >r on the aukt ??f the Bail. Committel of At < ??r< m-*tt W. Ricc'ea, J. If. ^paldinc, F.N. H?>1 txinan, S. R. Tinkler. W. R.Teunant, A. Hr.duett. fe 4 illi I^HK EIK*T GRA^U COTILLON PAkTY of the Anaoosta Fira Company will take place at the Hail of their Engine House, on MONDAY EVENING. Feb.Rk.lB9S Tickets FIFTY CENTS Finer Afannt r?. Thoa. W.Cook, Wa ter N.cho!a<>n, A.Th?>tnp?on. fe 3 W.SAM* e to their H they will jQ on MON /tB lall.on AILS* A WAHT8, WANTED?A LITTLE GIRL to wait on the table ?nd nin errand a. Apply imnradiatoi* at 43b G at., between 7th and *th. It* WANTED-A cotupcteiit CHILD'S N I Kf?E . one who ean brii.g good rooomm?Mla>i(Nia a< to chim?-ter and qunUficatiMria. Apply at the oornerof G and atreeta. f WUANTED ?A WO\f AN to t!??ok and ?lo house *T work for a amall fnanlv To n *iiitable ore rood wage* will be gives. Addrea? Box 9 *iar Of nee If l ^ * WAN I Eli?A do-irable STUM B R4K?M. ?>n Pa avenn". between Mh and loth atreeta. Ad dr?*a Bex 764, City Poat Oflioa. fe 8 eolm 1VANTED.-A SITUATION aa Cbambetmaid v v or to aaniat u Wai-hinit and lr>>r.ini. Good referenoe given. A#p;y at No. tit K a'reet, oppo.|t? the Market, Navy VaWl 11* \\ ANTED?By two reaper'n Me WOMEN. ?i? vv nation* as CtH?KS. Apply at MARTIN GRIFFIN'S, on F atreot, between hib ami 7th. fe8 it" A YOUNG WIDt?W LADY RESIDING IN the citv of New York wi*hea to hira a fermah?d hoiis^ in Waaluugton. suital?la for taking a law ae lect l??ardrr*. To a parlt of gentlemen who won d go aeounly for rent, or nake an advanoe for tl>o same, ahe would aacure a pl-aanut, comfwrtahie home, fre* froin the ^imofancea of hotel life. A*l dreaaMRS. E. G. DUNBAR, New York roar of fee. l*S*t EMPLOYMENT -#.1*"a month an"! ail expenvea paid. An AGENT ta WANTED in ever* town and county in tha United Stataa, to encage ta a r? epeotahle and ra?.y bu*tre*a, hi which the abov* prohta ma? be oertainiy wade. For full particulars addre*a C. MoN N ET T k <"O., oorner ol Broom and Merorr ata.. New York City, tnoloaing oae p<>?, tage atamp. )ae M- .Vw * VVANTEl) ! M mITdT A TELY-A fkraiakad "v H<>l SE. with fcva or ai* chaml>ere. aarlor*. and dining room. Apply to No. 1*1 Browaa' Hotel, d It tf LOST AXD FOUHD. 1 tiST Thia Htoraii g,(Feb Sth.i a<?ii>ewbera on I t Hifh street. (,e?tigetowr. a Ladt's GOi.D WATCH ar,d CHAIN, wtth two |,ociet* attaoh^d for the reoovery of which a llheral reward will he paid to the tinder, by leaving it at the Star Oftee fe 8 -St L0ST.-^0? >at?rday, Jar.aary ??.? ailver CAR D CASE,marked Mr. L. P.. and containing oaida wi h the owner'a name. Suppo?ed to have l>een >it in ??ne of the city hacka. or rfropB?-i near Rrown'a Hotel. Pleaae retu n to Mr. BROWN,and reoe-\e reward. fe?<-3(* T O THE CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON. Wolfe's Schxidam Aeomatic Scnn*rr?. Tha proprietor bega leave to aail the attention of atrangera and the citixena of Waakingtoa. to a very aapenor artiole of Holland Gia, which he introduce J to the Aaiencaji public ander the name of Wolfe'a Schaidam Aromatic Sohnappa. This Gin ia manufactured by tka proprietor ex cIb ? aively at hia Distillery in Schiedam. Hoi.aad. It ia made from the beat Barley that aan be procured m Europe,at any ooet, and flavored and medicated, not by the oommon karah l?errj. but l?y the mi<at ob<noe botanical variety of tka Aromatic Italian Ju nipar Berry, whoae mora varioua extract is distill - ad and reatiked with its spirituous aolvant. and rhue beoomeaa concentrated tuictare of exaaiait* fla vors and aroiua. altogether tranaoending in its Cor dial and Medicinal propertiesany alcoholic be vera* a heretofore known. Tka proprietor baa aubinitted it to nearly the whole Medioal Faculty of ike United Statea. and kaa received anawera from aboot four tkonaaitd Phj aiciana and Chemiata, who endoraa it owpr their aignaturea aa a moat deatrabla addition to Tka Ma teria Medina. Persona who pnrcbaae abonld be oarefnl to get tha gennine article, aa the wk?4eeonntry is lowdad with coBntarfaits and imitatyona. Pat Bp ia avert and piDt hottlea. in aain ef one doxeneach, and for aala by^il tka reepeotaMe Drai - gists and Orooera ra tka United Statea. I'lSII.PHO HOI.FE. Sola Importer and Mau?l%e(arar. IS ** street, .\ew V oik. IJYE AND BARLEY MALT. CITV MALT HOIJt<E.?*?ruerol VVael i-aiia *v *aand Blook at., Baltimore, Md. my ?> 't