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THE EVENING STAR
WASHINGTON CITY:
TUESDAY JANUARY 19, 1964.
ktbiading mattkr on ktket pagi.
8KB OUTBID! FOR INTBRB8TING TBLB
OBAPHIC AND OTHBR MATT BR.
Wuliiiut !V1??t narkit.
Quotations for itocks, coin and onoumt
monay, furnished by Liwii Johnson * Oa.,
Bankers:
_ _ _ _ Boyiut. Stlllnc.
V. 8 7.*fc) Notes itwv* 106V
Qaa-ter master*' Chtcks i*w _
N?w Certificates .........icif
Amsrlcan Silver 13fial40 _
American Gold .155*157 _
Nbw York Ratxs?FieIt Board.
Coupon ?'s, 1881, 1057-30's, lc-% CertM
Qatsa of Indebtedness, 97^; Gold. 159
OUR MILITARY BUDGET.
OCR PICKETS AT FUST IIILL AT
TACKED.
TI1K REBELS DRIVEN OPP.
The following dispatch h&s been received at
headquarters:
Fairfax Court Hocsb, Jan 18.?Fifteen or
twenty rebels attacked the pickets at Flint Hill
this morning, bnt were driven ofT by a volley
from our men.
A few guerrillas have appeared both last
night and to-night in the vicinity of our lines
Parties have been sent ont to try and pick
them np. ?
ARREST OP A REFUGEE?SEVEN HUNDRED
DOLLARS IN GOLD FOUND UPON HIM.
Isaac Leibman, who claims to be a tTnion
refugee from Wilmington, N. C., was taken
1 om the Leonardtown stage yesterday while
on bis way to this city, and committed to the
?Old Capitol by Provost Marshal Todd. The
pritoner, when arrested, had upon his person
$-7?. In gold, (mostly *20 pieces,) $400 in State
money, aid twogold watches. Leibman stages
that when he was endeavoring to make his way
through Virginia he was overhauled by a Con
federate recruiting officer, but was let off on
pres? nting his captor with a gold watch and
chain.
IMPORTANT FROM THE POTOMAC.
A R aid into V irginia? Destruction of Rebel
Stores? C apture of 25 Prisoners GO
Horses, 120 Mules, 65 Head of tattle and
10(l|Sheep
The Baltimore American of this morning his
an interesting account ot a r.iid in Westmore
land, Northumberland and Richmond conn
tiff, Virginia, by a force ol 300 Infantry and 130
C -valry, under command of Brigadier Genaral
Marston.
The expedition embarked at Point Lookout
on the morning of the 12th instant, and effected
a landing at Kinsal^, Virginia, on the Yeomico
river, at an early hour, and thirty ot the caval
ry-w ere detached to accompany the infantry
Theremaind'r of the cavalry, numberlngabout
one hundred proceeded direct to Warshaw
Court House, Richmond county, where they
1 und a iar-e quantity of Rebel Government
stor. s, consisting of pork and bac >n, which
tl ey took possession of and destroyed, a quan
tity of grain was also destroyed, and a Rebel
Major and several other prisoners, who were
in command of the post, were taken prisoners,
the appearance of our troops btm^ so sudd*n
and unf xpecU-d that they were unable to make
their escape.
After destroying all the Government prop
erty at Warshaw they proceeded direct to the
"Union wharf on the Rappahanock river and
communicated with the gunboats siatioaed
there. From thence they went down the river,
crossed Farnham's Creek, where they met a
small paity ol Rebel cavalry, with whom some
sligLt skirmishing took place, but they were
rtriven off. At 4 a m. on the morning of the
1 ith thev encamp -d on the lower side of Fara
ham's Creek, laving ravelled about sixty two
miles in the space ot little over twelve hours.
Here they re? ed five hours and at 9 a.m.,
-S art d lor Little Waltham. where they hacj
Aome more skirmish in g with a small force of
Tebt-l cavalry, whom they routed, and destroy
eJ s veral hundred bushels of grain and some
vejsjibles in the possession of the military
authorities.
From Little Waltham the command proceed
ed to 1 a icaster Court House, where the main
body baited, and Lif utenant Dickinson, of the
5th Cavalry, was tent to K imarnock, a place
about ten miles distant, whilst another detach
ment was sent out to destroy an extensive tan
aery, where they gave to the torch a large
nock ol leather, hides, machinery, ?U, Ac. I
Lieutenant Dickinson enconntered a party of '
rebel cavalry, with whom he skirmished for
some time, severely wounding and capturing a
private of the 9th Virginia Cavalry. He re- 1
turned the same morning.
Cn the even ng of the 13th they bivouacked,
but were aroused about 10 o'clock bv distant
Hi ing and procteded to the Wicomico river and
communicated with the fleet
On the morning of the 14 h the expedition
moved up the Wicomico river t j Rubetts, where
a wnarl sixty-six feet long was built, and at
half-past ten o'clock the same night the whole
command re-embarked, taking with them 2.5
?pri-oi e.s, GO horses, 80 mules, 25 head of cattle,
?md 116 sheep. 1 hey lost one man killed, and
returned 10 PointXookout on the morning of
the i5tb, all highly delighted with their three
days' sojourn in Dixie. The infantry rendered
eflui'Bt service in constructing the wharf for
t v ir re-embarkation, and the wholeexpedition
w.is carried out according to the orig nal plans
oj General Marston without any mi^under
.-tMidings
Commodore F. A. Parker, of the Potomac
r i tula, anii Lieutenant Pr^vo, commanding
the Aiiacoeiia, now commanding the flotilla in
the vicinity of Point Lookout, heartily co-ope
rat. d wi-h General Mar?ton. aud rendered
most valuable aid in effecting the embarcatiou
and re-tmbarcution.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
FROM SASD1SKY, OHIO,
(lathering of Rebels at Point Pelee, Can
ada? Threatened Descent on Johnson's
Island to Rescue Rebel Prisoners?Our
Authorities Prepared for Them
SAaprtKV, Jan. 17?One of W. S. Pearson's
(scouts ha? jus* returned Irom a thorough re
count stance toward Point Pelee, Canada. He
r-ports two or three thousand rebels at Point
.Pelee, preparatory to a dash upon Johnson's
It-land.
Gereral H. D. Terry has everything in read
Ir.ess to receive his expected visitors properly,
sioulri they ventbre to i-ross the ice. Our vet
#rai a are anxlju* to indulge in the novelty of a
skirmish on ice.
The strictest vi? l ance is maintained on the
i- land, and several batteries are in position.
I o.r-t PeLe is 3d miles from Johnson's island
The scout who brings this information is said
to be a most reliable man, he having sailed on
Lake Erie for tweniy years.
John Brown, a son of the old hfrov" who re
sides on Put in Hay Island, bas gone to Col
< n but to induce the Government to famish
tow itzers and tmall arms for the protection of
its inhabitants. The long roll has been sound
ed quite oltsn recently ?N. Y. Tribune.
Frsm Fortress Mearee.
Fortbehv Momog, Jan. 17.?Lieut. Dods
worth, or the British frigate Greyhound, died
at the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va., 15th
inst.
The bark E. a. Cohrane, firom Guadaloupe,
bound to Portland, bas arrived here in dis
u' *??.? Pendleton, and all his crew are
HiT^K?0 on tiie PMsage, and one
man died this morning.
A detachment of the 11th Pennsylvania cav
^ a rald th^ugh Eastern
North ( arc lina. They report Hmtin" the bodv
of a soldier hanging at Smith's Mills on the i
14th Inst., with the following words pl'tcarded 1
U"ie n'S'private Samuel J^ne?, !
5th Ohio regiment, hung by order of Maim
Gen. Picket, in retaliailon for private David 1
Br-gb', aad Georgia regiment, hung December
lfrth, by ordersof Brig. Gen. Wild."
Freus Pert Beyal.
Nkw Yobk, Jan. 18 ?The steamer Arago has
Arrived here from Port Royal and Stono Inlet
on the 15'h mst. Among her passengers are
O+nerau VogHUs and Aiken, and Capt. Ammen
Ol the navy.
A rquad of the 10th Oonnectlcut volunteers,
under command of Lieutenant Walker, of the
'24*h M?et>a' hasetts, was captured Decsmbar
30Ui, near St. Augustine, Florida, byarebsl
cavalry c?.mpaoy. Lieut. Walker was wonad
?d, and Is r< ported dead. It was thought he
was wounded *y some of his own troops!
Ceaaterfeit *20 Treasury Notes.
New Yobk. Jaa. 18.?Counterfeit twenty j
?dollar Treasury notes are la circulation here.
gSSt ' - ? mmm m
er Colfax baa deelaietf la favor of
- for ? Uld Aha.**
PROI?l THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
Rebel Attack and Rrpal*f it Three-mile !
Station?The Dead and Wounded?Object
of the Assault
HBAisjrARTEBfl Army of th? Potomac,
Jan. 17?On tbe e-veeing of Thur day the (4th
instan', a squad of the let Rhode Island cav
alry, on picket, near Three-mile Station, were
attacked bv a body of rebel cavalry, estimated
at 2U0. The pickets were forced to fall back
with the less of one captured arid one wounded.
The aeeailinglorce then approached the reserve
post, nnd on heiog halted by the officer in com
mand, represented themselves aa belonging to
tbe 3d Pennsylvania cavalry, on their way to
Benlton Station.
Finding that their story was discredited, they
ponred a volley into oar men, and immediately
retired into the woods behind to reload, receiv
ing 88 they fell back the Are of oar picket re
serve (jar men were somewhat sheltered by
breastworks, which were repeatedly and des
rerately charred by the enemy, who was in
every instance repulsed. The fight continued
half an hour, when the rebel force retreated.
Twelve wounded rebels were foand, on Fri
day morning, at a house half a mile from the
scene o? the engagement. and threp were found
dead (a the field. Our loaa was but two
wounded. Serjeant Phillips, of tro;ip I), wis
shot through the tbe breas', and bis wonnd is
believed to be mortal. The wounded rebels
s'ate that the rebels attacked under tbe impres
sion that a Government paymaster was pres
ent with the Rhode Island cavalry, for the
purpose of paying off the men on the 15th in
stant.? N. Y. Tribune.
Q^jp?NOTiCN-VACCINATION.
WAsniNGTOir, Jan. 18. istl
The Undersigned, Physicians to the Poor of tbe
several Wards will vaccinate all psrsins in their
respective Wards wb are unable or unwilling to
defray the eiix-nfe.br calling apoa them at the
paces designated, and will visit infirm persons for
ibis pnrpos at tbeir residences :
H H. LOWBRY.M D , Fir?t iVard. 134 Penn
sylvsnia ?T?rce between 19th and nth streets
0.8 TAFT M. P ,8e?ond Ward, Bntwiale'a drug
?tcr*, oorner 12th street and Pennsylvania avenue;
4 GKtf. W D ALB, M. D.. Third Ward, No. 533 L
street; 1 to 3p.m. .
J W. HKRBBRT, M. D , Foarth Ward, corner
Third end I, Mo. 2*?;9to9%.m.
BKORGB MeCCY. M O . Fifth Ward, 829 Penn
attune. Second and Third east
W. B COMBS. M. P.. Sixth Ward, at F. 8.
Walsh's drug store, No. 608 Bighth street east; 1
BICBABD C CBOSGON. M D , Seventh Ward,
corner rth street west and 1 street south; offloe
hours from 3 to 4 p m. Ja 9 eoSt
BUPTUB1 CUBBD.
MABSH'B
BADIOAL CURB TBU88BB.
Crriea, 308 F 8?m,
WisHivoToa, D. 0.
Reference as to Its superiority t? Prifessors Wll
lard Parker, John M. Carnoshan, and Valentice
Mott.
The best collection of Trusses and Ortbopsdio
instruments for Physical Deformities.
Rapture and its Radical Onre, Varicose Veins
Varicocele, Piles, Curved Spine, Bow Legs. C ub
Feet snd all other Physical De'ormitie*, success
ful treated at this office. Als), a full and well
felrcted assortment of Silk and Cotton I Untie
Btoohicgs. Rree Caps, Anklets and Wristlets, for
the relief of Varicose Veins, Bwoilen acd Weak
Joints; Ladies'Silk Elsstic ablorsinal Supporter*;
London do ; R'ding Belts] Blastic Suspenders,
Shoulder Bracts, acd Suptnsory Bandages, a'l
carefully applied and satiefactlin guaranteed.
Office open frcm 7 a ra.. till 6 a. m. J*15 Iw*
rv-^-TO THJt VOTRBS OF FAIRFAX?A Oon
Lk_5 ven'ion baviug been drterained upon to
a" end the State* Coertitution the Voters of til*
County are called unon to elect a delegate to rep
resent tteC-unty in t?e Conv ntion It will be
for your Interest e ect a mac whi will fa rl? rep
resect you In the Convention, and with this obJ?;t
in view we announce FKLIX RI JHAKDS- BSi ,
a?aa independent Candidate, wto will (if it be your
p ea-ure to elect him) serve you to the best of his
ability.
Being a Virginian by birth, and an old reMlent
of tbe County, be knows ti.e people and will rep
resent tbem faithfully. His experience in aw,
and wind jud#merit ercinecty qualify him for the
portion, while his conservative principles and un
doubted loyalty is a sufficient guarantee that the
Union cause and your interest will not suffer in
his hands.
Jan 14 16.19 g-jt MANY VOTERS.
'JOHN B. OOUGH WILL DBLIVBB A
course of lectures iu the F^rst Presbyterian
Ohureh Dr Bunderlaud's,4% street, on fR'DAY,
MONDAY and TUB8DAY IVMlS&t. the 15th,
18th acd 19th of January, 1864. Subjects?"Elo
quence and Orators." lO?Mand Therein Britain"
and 'Temperance." Tickets for the course #1 75;
?ingle tickets 90 cents. D^nrsopsn at7, lecture at 3
o'clock. Tha proceeds of the lectures to be ap
plied in payment of thechcoh debt Mr Oough
will not lecture again In Washington daring the
pre ent season. la li-8t*
ry-S=? THB ANNUAL MBBTING- OF TBI
Ll_5 Btcckholders nf the American Telegraph
Company will be held at tbe office of Company,
No. 145 Broadway in the oity of New York, on
WBDNBSDAY. the 27th day of January Instant, at
UoVlock m.
JalS-lw CAMBRIDGE LIVINGSTON. Bsc.
'JOB BHAFFIBLO'8 BALTIMORE CON
FECTIlNBRY. 3**0 Sixth street, between O
uj>u H- Parties. Balls Fairs, R?ceptions, Wed
r ingi acd other entertainments furnish el at short
! est cot'ce and moat reasonable terms Ice Cream
I acd Water Ices made by steam power, the best
quali'y, wbolesa'e and retail, delivered to any part
1 t f the c'ty and Georgetown. Ja ll-lm*
fY"3=*ABBBMBLV'8 CHURCH FAIR
11 ? Will commence at
Odd Fellow??' Hall, Seventh Street,
On TUB8DAY, Jaa. 12th.
Acd continue every night for two weeks.
Ja ? 18t*
ry5=GR?AT FAIR TO BB HBLD AT THB
UJ? PATBNT OfFICB RCILDINO.? At a
meeting of the Ladies' Relief Association for the
tbe Benefit of Poldiers' Families and the Christian
Commission, at the house of Mayor Wallach, Jan
nary 6, 1864 it was
Ee:olved. That the President of the Assoolatioa be
spf < ialJy instructed to notify theeitiseaaof Wash
ir *t"n through tbe city papers not to contribute
? ny mone y or th? benefit or the Fair to aoy person
not author- red by a commission to oollec.t, signed
by tbe President.
BBL4H 8QUIBBS, Secretory.
In accordance with tbe foregoing resolution, I
hereby give the notiee required
Ja9-tFebl B. b FRENCH, President.
fV"y?STARVATION. ? Thoae who are tired of
Li ? being drugged and half starved, ihou d
cocsult Dr. DARBY, who cures by Tonics and Nu
trition. Particular attention given to diseates
srisingfrom impuri'y of the blood. Consultation
Room 492 7th street, Washington, D. 0.
de29 Im*
?ICBCRBAM AND WATBR ICBS OF THB
best quality delivered to Families, Hotels,
'airs. Balls, Ac . at the lowest prices.at the Phila
delpbia Confectionery, corner 12th and F sts
de 22-lm* J. FUS8ELL.
NOTIC* TO HACKMBN AND 0THBB8 HAV
ing earrisge* to be re pa nted should not have
ttemden* until t her give uue a eel). Altworkdoae
by ice is warrarted to look asg>od and weir ai
we: las work doLeinthe argest snogs in the Jfo-th.
Wagon tuilders who tare no painters wool! find it
to their advantage to #ive me a ctU.
a J. WI* LIAMB, Couth Painter,
near the cor. of Md. av. and 7th st.. Island..
Ja !i im*
L
OlFFLBR MBTRorOLlTAN
jk BBBWBUY COMPANY.
ft
SAFE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT,
WITH LAROh DIVIDENDS.
Tie fubferibers beg to Inform the public at
large, that they intend to form a Joint Stock Com
paiiy, of l,60u shares, at Q50 each, represvntiug a
cash capital ol 875<100, for the purpose o' cinduct
ir g tbe well known and popular LOB'FLBR
MKTB0P0LI1 AN LA6EB BBKH BRKWBHY on
& large scale, to m?et the demand of tbe daily iu
nessrg consumption The?e shares will pay a
v? ry large dividend yearly and will shortly co n
n-itd a premium, ai.d are now offered to tha pub
lic ii sums to suit buyers,
Tbe nndera gued ba ing closely examined the
-operty, with ail its complete ma hineries. cel
% s gar en, and building attsjhed.can with can
fi ecce at.'te this inv*-stmeat to be one of the bast
tffettd in Ihe country
A meetinc of he stockholders will be held to
organise said ccmpany. of which due notice wi'l bs
given as roon aa the books are closed, wbich will
remain open for thirty daya from date at the bank
irg house of Bittenhouae, Fact A Co , who are
authorised to receive subscriptions, ana give re
ceiatg for same.
J. WOLFBOHN A 00^
B. MBYBNBBBO?W
la 19 1w Washington.
piANOB, MKLODBONB AMD
MUBICAL 1N8TRPMBNT8.
JOHN f. BLLI8
Begs to eall the attention of tha public to his im
mente stock of
BUPBBI0B PIANOS,
Consisting of?
9 PIANOS from ? bickering A BOns,
g " " Hallett. Laiis A Co.
3 " Marshall A Traver,
2 ?? " Robert N uun? AO*.
1 ? " e?o. F. Oulld k Oo.
4 " " 8 T Gordon A Oo.
8 good 'eoond -hand Pianos at grieaa aad terms that
defy coii M i'lta
Rem n ber that our eatabUghment is tha oldest,
our stock the Bear eat. our assortment the most
var a* , oar term* tbe *a*isat, oar clerka the moat
atiei tive, our location tha Boat central of any
storr ia Washington. We are agen?only for
THB OLDBBT A* D BB8T PIANO MAKB88 IS
TAB WORLD.
Aha.al'kys on ht&S?
MEIOMCN",
euiTA&'d
VIOLINS,
BAfejO*,
FiUTBI.
And ararr arti cle li the AO00BDBOSS,
Ml) slO BU8INB?a
... F. BLLr8,
i.?* io? v.:T,"tzwriit
to* n. will call oa WBDB A8DAF, at7 o'eiueh^^a
lalllt' 9
IP.
CONGRESSIONAL.
XXXVIIlTH C0MGRKS3.?FIRST SESSION.
Panat* ?After onr report closed yesterday?
Joint resolutions of thanks to Major Gener
al# Hooker, Meade and Howard, and the offi
cer!* and men under their eomminds of tie
Army of the Potomac, were adopted.
Mr. Morgan, reported a joint resolution of
thanks to Commodore i "oroeiias Vmderbilt for
his munificent gift to the tJovemm^ut of the
steamthip Vanderbilt. Pa?sed.
The Senate then went into executive session,
and shortly afterwards adjourned.
Hocbk.?After our report closed
Mr. Harding otfered the following:
Resolved, That the maintenance inviolate of
the rights of the Slates, and especially the
rights of each State to order and control lis do
irestlc institutions according to its own juig
mt-n^exclusivt-ly, is essential to that balance
dl power on which the perfection and endu
rance of our political fabric depends. Referred
to the Select Committee on the Rebellious
States.
A resolution was adopted instructing the
CVmmitUe on Military Affairs to inquire into
the propriety of reporting a bill rrttiriug Briga
?dier General Robert Anderson, with full pay
and allowances.
Mr Smith offered the following, which was
passed by a vote ot 11*2 y^as to 16 nays:?
Whereas, a most desperate, wicked, and
bloory rebellion exists withiu the jurisdiction
of the United Sta-e?, and the safety audsecur
ity of personal and national liberty depend up.
on its absolute and utter extinction; therefore
Resolved, That it is the political, ciril, moral
and sacrrd duty of the people to m-et it, dght
it, crush it, and forever destroy it, thereby es
tablishing perfect and unalterable liberty.
Mr. Edgerton offered a preamble setting forth
that Anna E. Dickinson was granted the use of
this hall to deliv?r a public address entitled
?? Words for the hour," on Saturday night last:
and whereas 6he appeared on the platform,
supported on the right by the Vice President,
and on the left by the Speaker ot the House,
who thus by thelr personal support, gave, or
appeared to give, a governmental authority to
the address, which was a politic 1 rhapsody
and a partisan support to the present Adminis
tratlon, and denunciatory of its opponents, and
was eviaently designed to influence great mea
sures of legislation before this House ; there
fore
Resolved, That we disapprove of such a use
of this Hall, for political purposes, and regard
it ae disrespectful to the minority ot this House.
The Speaker decided It was not before the
House according to the rules.
Mr. Holman offered a preamble setting forth
the fact of numerous officer*, inc'uding Major
and Brigadier Generals, being relieved from
active serviceon fnll pay, and concluding with
a resolution that the Committee ou Military
Affairs take the subject into consideration.
The House then adjourned.
Recruits Wanted
TO TILL
?
TBS QUOTA Of Till
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
BOUNTY FOR VSTEBAN8,
1^453,
$125 of which will be paid in advance.
BOUNTY FOR NBW RB0RUIT8,
$125 of which will be paid in advance.
BOUNTY FOR COLORED RECRUIT8,
^50,
Paid in advance.
PERSONS WISHING TO 1NLI8T
Will apply to any of the following
RECRUITING 0FFICER3:
0. 8. BAR JR.
Engine Hali, near the Market, on Pennsylvania
avenue, between Seventh and Ninth streets.
J. 0. HYD1,
Corner of Fourteenth and New York avenue,
0. A. KEA8BBY,
H street, near corner of Nineteenth and Penn
sylvania avenue.
J. 0. PARKER,
Corner of High and Dun barton streets, George
town.
C. C. L1NGLEY, Navy Yard Bridge, has been
appointed Beeruiting Officer.
HENRY A. 83HEBTZ,
Captain and Provost Marshal,
Ja 18-tf District of Columbia.
IMPROVE VOUR
EYESIGHT
by the ??e of the celebrated
PEBBLE and PERI8C0PIC SPECTACLES,
acknowledged as the best for Strengthening and
Prtsfrving the impaired Eyesight, scientifically
aud col recti y suited, by
FRANKLIN A CO.. Opticians,
244 Pennsylvania avecuo, bet. 13th and ISth its.,
and
3^8 Pennsylvanis tvenue, under National Hotel.
FIELD GLAPSES, OPERA GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES, THE HMO ME TERS,
STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
CARTES I)E VISITE, die.
in a great variety, and at the lowest prices.
ja 18-tr _
FOR SALE?A ROUTE of th* Star, will be sold
as a bargain, on account of nicknass. i?ply at
No. 309 Seventh street west or at this office.
ja 16-?t*
1864 H B Valentin e3j 1861
WHOLESALE Ai\D RETAIL.
The undersigned effort to the public aud to deal
ers. pnidiers. and ail *ho sell Valentin** toe
largest, cheapest and prettiest a*nortneot or Oomio
anil gentimtnt?l VaL?.VXiNE3. V tLBNTINB
CARPS ENVELOPES. 1HB i>80 'APER.
MOTTO WAVIHS, ft o., if., *T?*r before off^re-l in
tbi* rtarket consietiag of the New York Valentine
and other oompanies? eelet>rate1 Goods
The ir.oct libei al discount to dea'ers and sutlers
Orders by mail promptlv at ended to. 0*1 and ex
mute our stock and prioes. -
The un^sreici ed also ofTers a large lot of BeoKs,
Btaticnery and Fansy Articles at low figures coa
f sting of?
Books, Stationery, Back Gammon. Chess and Crib
bsge Boards,
All kixdsof Papers and Envelopes,
Knives. Vaior*. ?ciaeors, Portfolios,
Pocket Books, Par-ea. Soaps,
Combs, Brusb?-s, Perfumery, Ac , Ac.
Paper Novel* by the tbouracd or 'ingle one,
Thr*efO cent Novels for one dollar,
8:x? " " 41
Three <0 cent Btati inery Packages for one dollar,
BiX IS '? " " ??
light Aibnm Cards for one dollar,
A large lot cf Boots at half pi Ice,
Wrapping fap rs of all kitds,
Pip?r Bags to wblci we invite the attention of
grocers, confectioner*. Ac , Ac
Another supply of the 8'r*ng*r*' Guid-> and Pack
et Handy Book, Just received at
WM F. Rt OSTEIN'S
National Bockrtore. 278 Pa avenue'
Ja 16 lm between '1th and lath sts.
486 PAPER hangings.
GOLD and VELVET,
GOLD STAMPED and
MEDIUM PRICED
GOLD PAPERS.
Also, a varied assor tment of
GLAZED AND BLANK FAPBBS
at the
LOWEST CASH PBI0E3.
FIRE-BOARD PEINT8, 8TATUB8, CENTER
PIECES, AO.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS GILT BAND
WINDOW SHADES.
EUVF OB ANT REQUIRED 8TYLB OB SIZE OF
BHADB MADE TO OBDEB
? OYAfHHCTUBB FRAMES,
(War anted to be gilded with gold leaf)
The handsomest assortment in the District. from
the beet manufactory in the oouutry.
also, an assortment of Dara Wood Frtunes, with a
beautiful varietv?f small siaed Oval and Card
Visits frames ofioreign and domestic manufac
ture.
PICTURE CORD AN D TABBBLB.
Different aises and oolors;
PlOTUaB RING.4, NAILS, he
Purchasing exclusively for cash the above goods
according to their gaality) will be disposed of at
v low rates as thi y sac be purchased for in the
District. No mUrepren'ation made to effect sales.
A call solicited trom tBoee need eg the ab -ve
foods Terms cash. }. M A HK KIT BR
Please remember the mmber?4M Seventh
street sight doors abeve Odd Fellows' Hall; aad
the terms cash Cm goods aad la?or. Je 1-m*
FROM DIXIE.
From Richmond papers of the 15th inst we
learn that much perturbation exists there in re
lation to movements that the rebels think Gen.
butler has In view in North Carolina upon the
rebel railroad communications.
They are also apprehensive of a raid upon
Savannah; have records of 41 disaster* on the
North Carolina coast" in the shape of destruc
tion of blockade runners; and also of a success
ful ?? Federal raid" in Westmorland county,
Virginia.
piteous appeals are made in beh Uf of '-the
Charleston sufferers," including some "ten
thousand women and children" who are on the
verge ot starvation. "These women," it is
stated in the rebel report, "are engag-d in the
Arsenal, Ordnance and Quartermaster's De
partments, and other avocations, all trying to
do what they can to aid our ^ause, and, at the
s;ime time, earu a support lor tfl^mseivea; bat
the high price and great scarcity of provisions
puts it out of their power to do so."
[The attention of the London Timn is re
quested to this evidence of Confederate desti
tution.?Ed. i'for.]
Rkbex. Cavalry Dbfbatbd at Moasr
Cbbkk.?'The Montgomery Advertiser says:
"Gen. Martin's entire cavalry force attacked
a superior force of the enemy at Talbot's Sta
tion and drove them back four miies, when
they were reinforced and drove Martin back
with considerable loss. The enemy remain at
Mossy Cretk, strongly intrenched. Our loss
was 120."
LOKG6TBBBT I* WlXTBR QUABTBB8?The
Richmond Enquirer says:
"Ueu. Longst>eet has gone into winter quar
ters at Morristown. Gen. Ranson is at Morris
burg."
The disaffection to Jeff. Davis in North Caro
lina Is on the increase, as is shown by the bold
utterances of the Raleigh papers.
The Raleigh 1'rogrett, of December 22, gives
notice to Jeff, that the people, with starvation
staring them in the face, (another item fer the
London Timet,) must have, shall have peace?
and that the secession "patriots" who continue
to clamor for war, at a safe distance from the
enemy, at home?must straightway stop their
clamor, or shoulder their muskets and "go to
the front."
Altogether the utterances of the Southern
press by this arrival are " deeply, darkly
beautifully Hue."
TO BE SHOT FOR DESEKTION.
A court-martial which convened a Fortress
Monrce on the 523d nit., of which Col. Joslah
Pickett, 23d Massachusetts, is President, has
found private Henry C. Fuller, company C,
116th New York vols , guilty of desertion from
his regiment in February last, while stationed
at Fort Ethan Allen, Va., and^entenced him
to be shot to death by musketry. General
Butler has directed that the sentence be carried
intoeffect between the hours of eight and twelve
o'clock, within forty-eight hours after the sen
tence shall have been read to him.
COMMUTED TO TUB OLD CAPITOL.
Freeman Whaley, company K, 2d Pennsyl
vania artillery, was committed to the Old Cap
itol yesterday afternoon under sentence of
court martial,
Frank Harris was committed to the Old Cap
itol this morning by order of the Secretary of
War. The charge against Harris has not been
made public.
AWAITING TRIAL DY COURT MARTIAL.
Nineteen men, belonging to different regi.
ments now in the field, and who deserted and
went over to the enrmy, and were afterwards
captured, arrived here this morning to await
trial by Court Martial.
COMMITTED TO FORRJCST IIALL PRISON.
This morning twelve deserters from various
regiments were committed to Forrest Hall
prison.
Washington Maney Market?Latest Qi?.
tatlaas.
Furnished by Lewis Johnson * Co., Bank
ers :
Baying. Sail in*.
s* ? S22pon 1881 ??1WX 1WX
U. O. 5 2fr? .aaa.eaaaaa ? a a a a ? P&T
U. S. 7.38 Notes l(v>^ 107 V
Suartei mister* uo&cjm new _
ew Certificate* _
American Silver 136al40 _
American Gold 156a157)f _
raw tobk KATB8?eacond boabd.
Coupon 6's, 18P1, 105*: 7-38's, 106*: Certlfl.
cateeof Indebtedness Gold, 159*: Quick
silver, 57 Jf; Michigan Southern, 96 Terra
i Haute, 61 #. .
CO?ORE8SlOPfAL.
XXXVIIIth CONORE83.?FIR8T 8E38IQN.
Tukbbay, January 19.
Skitatx.?Mr. Johnson presented the creden
Wals of Hon. T. Holliday Hicks, elected Senator
from Maryland to fill the unexpired term of the
late Hon. James AMred Pearoe. Mr. Hicks
qualified by subscribing the constitutional oath
as w ell as oath of loyalty. [He had been pre
yiouBly holding the seat Dy appointment of the
Gov?rn?r.]
Mr. Sumner, from the Committee on Foreign
rela iors,towhom was referred the President's
messrue relative to Peruvian claims under the
c n vent on betw een Peru and the United States
on the 12 h July, its}, reported a bill for their
satisfaction.
Mr. Grimes, from the Committee on the Dis
tnct ot Columbia, reported favorably on the
bill to provid- for the instruction of youth in
ti e District outside the limit* of the cities of
Wa?hineton and, Georgetown. Also, thi bill
*>r the admis-ioii of patients in the Hospital for
the Insane in this Dlstrict-the latter with
amendment. [It permits the Secretary of the
Interior to admit transientinsane persons to the
hospital during the present rebellion.1 It wa3
takt-n up and passed.
Mr. WilKint-on introduced a bill to grant
bounty to soldiers enlisted prior to May n IS it.
The bill was referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee.
Mr. Johnson, from Committee on Naval Af
fairs, reported the joint resolution tenderin<
the thanks af Congress to Admiral Dupont,
for ? miner t services.
Mr Morgan introduced a bill to facilitate
profpeoings in Admiralty and other judicial
proceedings in the courts of New York. Re
4err?d to Judiciary Committee.
The resolution for est:.blisbing a new rule of
the Senate, requiring members to take the oath
of loyalty ot the act of July 2, la62, was taken
ny, and Mr. Bayard proceeded to address th*
Senate at length in opposition to its adoption.
Houpb ?The House resumed the considera
tion o: the joint resolution amendatory of the
confiscation act.
Mr. Bliss, of Ohio, expressed his views on
the subject of confiscation, arguing it appeared
clearly thai the power cf the Constitution to
declare the pui.isbment of treason, although it
authorised legislation against the life of the
guilty, and that the forfeiture of estate should
be during the life of the offender, did not au
thoiize the continuance of the forfeiture beyond
his death.
Mr. Boo tw ell entered into an argument to
show that the Constitution gave full and com
rle'e power for the punishment of treason, but
prohibiting absolutely that any attainder shall
work corruption of blood.
The House went into committee on the bill
amendatcry of the internal revnue law.
telegraphic news.
?
1NACGIRATIOX OP GOV. CU&TIIV.
THE GOVERNOR'? 8PEECH ON TU?
OCCASION.
Hasbisbuhg, Jan. 19.?The inaugural cere
monies of Gov. Curtln took place to-day. In
his speech, the Governor says:
"1 need hardly renew my pledge, that, du
ring the term of office on whioh I am about to
enter, I will give my whol* moral and official
hoi or to the prosecution of this war, and in
aiding the National Government in every ef
fort to secure an early and complete success
over our malignant foea. For the preserva
tion of our natioual life, all thingpehall be
subordinate. It is the first, highest,and noblest
duty of a citizen.
It is the highest protection In person, proper
ty and all civil and religious privileges, and
lor its perpetuity in form and power be owes
all his efforts, his Influences, his means and his
life, to compromise with treason would be but
to give it renewed existence and enable It to
?gain plunge us into" another causeless war.
- - - '* ? - - * . .... i
In the destruction of the Military power of the
Rebellion la the only hope of peace, for while
armed Rebel* march over the soil of any State
no real freedom can prevail, and no Govern
ment authority consistent with the genius of
cur free institutions can properly operate.
The people of every State are entitled, nnder
the constitntion to the protection of the Gov
ernment, and to give that protection fully and
fairly the Behellion must be disarmed and
trodden in the dust. By these means, and by
these alone, o&n we have an enduring Union,
prosperity and peace.
As in the past, 1 will In the tntnre, in faith'
ful obedience to the oalh I have taken spare no
means, withhold no power, which can strength
en the Government in this conflict. To the
measures of citizens chosen to administer the
National Government and adopted to promote
every great cause I will give my cordial ap
proved and earnest co-operation. It is the
cause ot constitutional liberty and law.
1 cannot close this address without an earn
est prayer to the Most High that be will pro
tect and gnard our beloved country, guiding
with divine power and wisdom our Govern
ment, State and National, and I appeal to my
fellow citizens, here and elsewhere, in onr em
barrassment, te lay aside all partisan feelings,
and ucite in a hearty and earnest eifort to sup
port the common cause which involves me
welfare of as all.
Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Rep.
Tentative*: I pray you, in God's name, let us
in this era in the history ot the world, set an
example of unity and cencord in the support of
all measures for the preservation of this great
republio.
FROM MEXICO.
MOVEMENTS OF TIT* FRENCH TROOPS
THERM.
A BATTLE BETWBEN THE PRENCH AND
MEXICANS IMMINENT.
AN AMERICAN CONSUL ARRESTED FOR
M ORDER.
Sa* Francisco, Jan. 18.?A private latter
from Maryville, Mexico, dated the lith inst.,
on French authority, gives the following items
from the interior:
"The French are 14,000 strong in Gaudala
jara, under General Bazaine, and another
column 4,000 strong, under Drowey, were ap
proaching the Mexican army, near Zapoltan,
only twenty leagues from Columbia. The
Mexican* intended to oppose them with only
seven thousand men under Ura?o and Jopia."
The letter states that the American Cjnsu!,
Baker, at Maryvill", billed an American sailor
who had deserted from the steamer Saginaw?
because the latter had refused to obey the Con
sul's orders to take his place 1l the stocks pre
pared for his confinement As the sailor was
unarmed the killing is regarded as wholly un
warrantable. Baker ha3 been arrested and
clutrged with murder in the first degree and
will probably be bent to San Francisco for trial
by the American Courts. His Exequatur will
| be withdrawn. He claims to have.-.cted in self
i defence.
FROM WKST VIRGINIA.
THE REBELS EMPLOYING NEGRO TROOPS.
STATEMENT OF AN ESCAPED PRISONER
HEAIKJFAUTKBS SECOND DIVISION, DllPART
mkkt Wbht Vibgiwia, N'w Creek Va , Jan.
13h.? Capfcin. A soldier of ours (Jam?s A.
Walker, company H, 2d Maryland,) captured
in the attack upon the train at the Moorfinld
and Alleghany Junction on the 3d instant, by
the enemy under Gen. Fitzbugh Lee, escaped
when near Brooks Gap on the 5th Instant, and
reported to me in the evening.
He informs me that 13 of the enemy wsre
killed and 20 wounded In the skirmish.
He also states that there were present under
the command of Gen. Lee three companies of
negro troops, cavalry, armed with carbines.
They were not engaged in the attack, but were
stationed with the reserve. Th*. guards, he re
port", lreely admitted to the prisoners that they
were accompanied by negro soldiers, stating,
however, that the North had showa the exam
ple. Faithfully,
J. A. Mulligan, Colonel.
Capt. S. Melvin, Asst. Adj. Gen. Department
"West Virginia, Cumberland, Md.
FROM KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE.
A REBEL RAID TOWARD LOUISVILLE.
THE REL'S ATTACKED AND WHIPPED.
The following dispatch has been received at
the Headquarters of tne Army:
Nashvili.b, Jan. 17.?Major General Halleck,
General-in-Chief:?On the 14th instant Qeneral
Vance made a raid toward Louisville and cap
tured a train of 23 wagons. He was promptly
pursued by Col. Palmer, who recaptured the
wagons and took one ambulance loaded with
medicines, ISO saddle horses, and 100 stand of
arms. Vance, his assistant Adjutant General,
and one of his inspector generals are among
the prisoners captured.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
REPRIMAND OF AN OFFICER BY GENERAL
BUTLER.
Foht Monrob, Jan. 18.?A northeasterly
rain storm commenced this morning. The cap
tain of Ihe brig Judge H&ckaway has been ex
onerated from the charge of smuggling liquor
into this department, and the brig is released
to its owner.
Gen. Butler his L-sued an order severely
censuring Lieut. Col. W**ad, of the 99th N. Y.
vols., for his course in attempting to rescue a
prisoner Held under the order of Brig Gen
"Wild by Col. Draper, commanding the 2d N.
C. colored troops.
1,00AL NEWS.
Fttnmal op Mbs. Gik. Whbaton.?The
funeral of Mrs. Emma Mason Wheaton, wife
o; Brig. flen. Frank Whea'on, and who died at
Harper's Ferry on the 16th instant, took place
this morning from St. Mathew's churcii, corner
of II and Fifteenth streets, and was largely at
tended. Mrs. Wheaton was the daught er of the
late Brig. Gen. R B. Mason, U. S. A , and the
stepdaughter of Major Gen. D. C. Buell. The
latter was r*t the funeral this morning, as were
also a number of the military and civic friends
of deceased. At 10J{ o'clock, the coffin, pre
c ded by twelve ladies,memoirs of tha Sjciety
c-f the Blessed "Virgin, (of which Mis. W. was
a member,) all dressed in mourning and carry
ing wax candies, and preceded also by the of
ficiating clergymen, was taken from the h )U3e
at the corner of Fifteenth and H streets, (oppo
site the church,) end was taken Into the aisle
of the church and placed immediately in front
ot the altar. On either side of the coffin were
three wax candles burning.
In the church Rev. Father Lynch conducted
Jrgh maes; Rev. Mr. McNftHy M de&con,
mid Father Branson, of Kentucky, ac sub
deacon Rev. Dr. Whits, pastor of the church, *
delivered the funeral discourse, and in the
course of it highly landed the virtues of the
deceased. The choir thi n chanted the rtqolem,
and the remains were brought out and con
veyed to Mt. Olivet Cemetery, where they will
be Interred.
The coffin (made by Harvey Ac Brother) was
of the square style, now coming into u*e. It
was lined intide with white satin, and covered
with black cloth. Tne screws, handles, fcc.,
were of silver. Upon the .top of the coffin is a
silver cross, bearing simply the name and age
of deceased. A beautiful wreath ot white ja
; pun leas and evergreens, a cross made of the
same flowers, and a boquet had been ptaced
upon the coffin. The pall-bearers were Gens.
Ramsay, RicfceUs ap.d Oriffin, Col. Fry, Oapt.
Coleman, and Lieut BtfMtfurd.
Chiminal Court, Judge Olin.?Yesterday,
Ann Ben'sr, charged with keeping a bawdy
house la Tin Cnp Alley la the Seventh Ward,
wins found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine
?if $250 or imprisonment in the county jail for
lour mouths.
Thomas Donovan, indicted for highway rob
Very in connection with Reddy George and
John Maack already convicted, in attacking
and robbing Lieut. Joseph P. Qnlgley of up
wards ot SVW), was plaivd on trial, but with
out concluding, the Court adjourned..
This iporning, Collins Dixon, oonvieted of an
assault aad battery euG. w. McGiU, was sen
toured to six month* in jail or to par a flat of
?500. 7
The trial of Thomas Pona\an was mnmtd
Judjre Fibber presiding. ?
Thomas Donovan, indicted tor highway rob
bery, was convicted.
Mary Helssler, otherwise known as ? Dnt??i
Mary."Indicted for keeping a ^awdy.house on
Third street, on the Inland. submitted u?r cas*.
Servant Hepburn, of the police, testified 'hnt
he believed she kept bnt three or f^?nr girls, bnt
that she did a pretty ood business
District Attorney Car ri nit ton itatel to the
ConTt that she had been keeping a house of this
kind for some years, and It was said that sh?
bad made quite an amount of moner. Not
withstanding she keep* a house ef this kind,
she had some good trails of her character, and
her honesty was well known
*r Norris, her counsel, spoke of her former
trta's for the same offense for which she is a ?
indicted.
The Court sentenced her to pay a flue of ?>00
or to four months in the county jail.
E^riTY CorRT, Juij? Wyi*?Yesterday the
ca*e ot Stephen Hartbreeht vs. S mon Gold
stein and I-amon, was up before this oonrt
Messrs. E. C. Morgan and S. L. Phitlms ap
pearing for the plaintiff, and Mr. Ash ford for
the defendants. This is an action for an injunc
tion to restrain the defendants rrom executing
a warrant of restitution after the explri'ion of
the term of the complainant, Issued under the
act of Maryland of 1793, In relation to tenant
holding OYer. A decision will be made in a
few days, and wiU be looked to with much in.
terest.
Ir. this connection we mar state that a peti
tion is in circulation, asking that (kingres-, mikr
pass an explicit law in rela'ion to landlord an I
tenant, and has been already numeroualr
signed.
A Notoriofs Rarchi Dbstrotxd bt
Firk.?On Saturday erening. about eight
o'clock, a* Officers Hurley and Clements were
passing the notorious "runche" of Mrs. Shay,
on Twentieth street, one door north of K, they
heard a not going on within betwee n a number
of soldiers, belot ging 'o the invalid corps, who
bad congregated there. The offers went tu
and dispersed the soldiers, and took the pro
prietress to the Station-house, where she was
locked up for the night. At eleven p. m. the
"ranche" was discovered to be on fire, and
was totally consumed; the fire, no doubt, being
the work of an incendiary. Mrs. Shay has
flftnred very frequently in the police reports,
and the house has been a great nuiaancH to
the residents of tae First Ward, and its de
tructlon is but little regretted.
Orph Aits' Court, Jttdgi F'urcell.?This morn
ing, Catherine Kuhn wa? appointed guardian
of Rose Kuhn and Martha Kuhn, orphans of
Jofeph Kuhn.
W. L.. Hodge obtained letters of administra
tion ou the estate of Joseph O-t-rean, <ieo >1.
I>iphien, Wm. H Williamson. Thomas Mec
John Oarpenfer, Thomas Piper, Th mns Don
ovan, Thomas Slotbers, Edward Mu'lm, CJhas
F. Davis, Christian Anderson, Wm O. Pike'
John Theivigan, John Rutledge, a i eeatner*
who were lost on tha monitor We^h iwken, in
Charleston harbor.
A petition was received from John S Hol
llngsfcead, oppos'ng the appointment of any
other gunrdian to Richard L Jones than F. a
Burch, his uncle, who was aeleo'e.4 bv the
mother wh? n dying; and the case was set for a
hearing on Saturday n? it.
Mysterious Disatjeakance. ? Saturday
ni(iht, about 12 o'clock, a man named J. H.
McGuin, formerly of Virginia, and who taught
a school near Warrentop, arrived in ibis city
with his two little sons the oldest eleven years
of age, and the other about eight, and put up
at the American House, Seventh street, oppo
site Center Market. He left *5.50 w th the bar
keeper, and got a colored bov to show him
where to get some oysters. He' wa3 shown to
the Bank Restaurant (late Renter's), which
was the last seen of him. His children are
greatly distressed, and the oldest says hu
latter was never ju Washington before, and is
probably lost. The proprietor or tne American
House kindly offers to keep the lit'le boys till
? heir lather Is discovered, or until they can be
properly cared for.
Ap<?aclt A?fD Batteuy* with Ijtkht to
Kii l.?Yesterday a: ternoon officer Montgome
ry arrested Wm. McMahon for atsa lit nud
battery on Michael Kennedr, and chopping
him in the head with a hitehet.
[* Kennedy said that McMahon folio wed him
frcm the wagon quarters on l?th street down
to Mth street, and struck him when he was not
expecting an attack. The wound vras a sev-re
one, find Kennedy, after accompanying the offi
cer and prisoner to the 2d Ward Station, went
o a Surgeon to have his wound dressed.
Stealiwg Drespkp ? Idell Thomas, colored,
was arrested yesterday by officer Smith, and
t?ik?n before Justice B&ru&clo, who committed
her to jail for court, upon the charge of stealing
TOBdl2 "Ucl<* ot wearing apparel from Mrs.
Wm. H. Robertson, who had emploved her to
do some washing Yesterday she "made her
appearance upon the streets, dressed up In the
stolen goods, when she was recognized by Mr
Robertson, who had her arrested.
Ok* op tub X^ioutb.?At a late hour last
night a colored man went to the 4th Ward Sta
tion and reported that a woman was lying in
the alley opposite the Station House, between
Jd and 4^ streets. The police found her in a
manure pen snugly snoozing, and when they
took her out, she proved to be Ellen L ght, one
of the notorious Light family. She was taken
to the Station house and saved from dying by
exposure. She was fined 81.56 for her drunk
enness.
Disorderly Fellow.?Peter Collins got on
a spree yesterday, and amased himself by
striking various individuals in thi" str-ets,
which conduct resulted in his arrest. He w is
fined ?2 by Justice Clayton, and locked up in
the Second Ward Station-house natil this
morning.
NEW6BOY8 Home.?H. D. Cooke and H. C
Fahnestock, Esqs., of the fir n of Jay Cooke &
Co.. bunkers, of this city have made the m'urai
ficent donation of ?2,?00 to cover the exp^nsa
of constructing the building now in proces? of
erection for a Newsboys' Home.
(.iiakgb ok Schkdci.k. ? An important
change In the schedule for rnrning of tra s
between Washington and New York is to be
made, and the particulars will be aunounctd
to-morrow.
Pout or Georgetown.?Cleared? Sifcooner
Mary Augusta, Wroten, master, for Baltimore;
si. op Fashion, Schultze, master, tor Baltimore;
steamer Empire, Hunter, master, for Ne*
York.
F^OR 8ALB-A LOT of OLOToIN-J ; *Uo, (x ll
and tsilv.r HATOHKfc. on 4* street, tkr<9
coors from H street, (Island ) it*
respectable yoang Lsly. a
SITUATION ?? Operator on ii?of;r & 8*
Address L A. B , Washington Po.t Office,
ja 19 zt*
*fci" morn ok s J?c UAI't ttit* v?f"
^ PIN. Ihefiourr. by eaving it wit1! ths Chis^
U;(rs it 1h? iof th? L B t*?n'!?ry Oocnmis
slen. 244 9 street, will receive five do'lsr- r
wsrd. ,t*
BKOn.HT TO MV 8TaBL~B-OIFtH? STH 0f
rovembi r, !&?. slsrye tiisy liutt -K sb<atS
or 9 yesrs rid The owcer is reqne?ted %j r m?
fo; wurd pay charges, Ac or it w? 11 So sole t5 p*y
expenses J M HOI.BR'OK,
, btlwsen atd 6th stie^ ti.
1? 10 31* Dland.
He K hA'A AfcD ?L-:?t cu Ufn. o ? Lt^ri bay
liCR K. w:th whits star i? foreb?sd; li?t oi
lestaar halUr. Tbe ?hov-i reward will bapsil if
^s iTeff-d to J, B. LORD, comer of 4th snl (t sti
ja 19 3.*
TO PAYMASTERS. TT. 8 ASMvTTn~wTN'T OF
the s. ivices ot one who has hal s-svur 1 y.ari
< xp-rl#n.-e In tV.e Pay D; p*?taient asclsrk aa1 is
tLoiounbli arquMit'd with all tte a*s -?ni re^si
iatlcrs acveri l,>g tbe piyis^nt cf*ro' ps, a? sl?J,
ihe t eciMtns of tae Auditor airf Oomptro!ie - la
t.*-e sett?euient or aeor.Tints, *ifl add.?sj Cl?r\,
Lock be i City Post Off'ce. ji !9 31*
P 10***MIR ALKX. WOLOWSKI liS ?o ted
Hs rooms for BINOINti and PIANO P">in
COLR^K^. All thoMi who desire to iv^il tb
selvev of the benefits of his n*w aid ?iii?li;*l
Bystenn, will eali at his rssi \?>ne?. No 310 J Vre*t.
oornt ro'l:th^ H<cep ton ho-jrs are d-?IW fr o
10 o'clock a m. Jai6
{pOH*kL9?A superior B*y H08jl, of tyli'sa
a action; slateeo hands high; seven years i
old. Warranted soand, gentle, an i well
broken to saddle and 1 a* ess. Oan s?ea,'
by spplyin/r to CDW AKD 0DMM1NQB N nsteeaiti
t fwe.'tsjde), above Peon eve. ja H < *
8AL*0* SB NT-A bean Pul new sevea
11 . ci "
M
jarv*?f naontdingT four round c
harp pedtl, and wit* all the late irn?rorem?Vs.
* cctave PlAKO with Iron frame ovsr
Strang basa trench grand actios, two towilDHl
ofcarv?^ moutding, four ronud oora?r*,*i? *? ?
harp pedtl, and wit* all the late Invrovem*
Can be reea at BOfWlLL-s Faacj Store 3*
street, near 14tb. Ja
rVmOLUflffM COPAETNlMaiP.-'
I r Co partner sMp heretofore existing betw
M illiau 8. Jowes and John Mehegan. la the I*
Can be reea at BOfWILL-a faac j Stare 3<i?l
street, Bear 14th. Ja '8
The
tv ?n
n linaB. b. <o?" ??? 1'J the fn\p
and Canale basinese, was dt so ve<l -by muttai
consent on.the first day of January, 18S4. WillUm
8. Jones is fnllr authorised to settle the bu*iness
of the late firm. WILLIAM B JONIi,
. JOHN MBIIIGAN.
Qeorgetown, D. O.. Jan. 14 ISM. Ja K 3t*
UOKMI *0* N1W YOft&.-Any persons wish
Phllv
)R>WfOB'nSw YORK^Any persons
a tng to tend Hors?s to Few York or r\
hlladelphia can hear of a reaponeible p*r *^3
res who vll< rake eharge of them ipply^2^
at 9 AOTIRRf before Thareday, ? a a . 6 p at
ja !?-??
^PMBICRLAND 00AL." "
Per Pa e, 3 000 Toat Cumberland Goal, oa
Georgetot a Wharf. _
Poot^Blgh muii Water streets,
ja 18-tw* Oeorgetawn U. 0.
liAhRCU Ai>D DJOB IfATB?IH ORBAT
Oppoatte (he Patent^O?M^

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