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WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY ..FBBRPART t, 1S6*. WT EEUDINO MATT SB OS STSBY PAGS. ||| OUTBIDS TOB INTBBS8TIHG TSLS 6BAP HIC ANP OTHSB MATTBB. Wukli|tai Mraiy Market.* Quotations for stocks, coin and uncurrent BOOey, furnished by Uwk Johnson * Oe.? BMk#r": Buying. SaWn* V. 8. Coupon Bonds, 1881 106* }T * U. 8. 7.30 Notes. _ | amsrtermasters' Checks ?w Certificates ?????:* _ American _ American Gold 2 v,w yob* Ratx??Fikbt Bono. CO?Sr ,07" 7-30'8' 1W?' OrtW. ?StMOflndebtodnese, 97^; Gold, 15? *. THAT CANABD. Undoubtedly the biggest tall of the season was the story sent per letter (dated Washing ton) to every newspaper in this vicinity, to the effect that the rebel government is disposed to lay down its arms and treat for peace. No paper in Washington gave it the benefit of a notice, though a copy, we believe, was 'upplled to each, (we got duplicates,) but a Baltimore paper bit at it, and the substance o* it was telegraphed from that city in a shape to give it an air of importance. Mr. "James Yates of Richmond" is donbtless chuckling in his sleeve at the success ot his little game. Thu Caps of Skwator Hale.?The Com mittee on the Judiciary in the Senate hive re ported and asked to be discharged from the further consideration of the case of Senator Hale, of N. H., the facts disclosed not showing a violation of any law or official duty by Mr. Hale. Mr. Hale (says the report) simply acted as counsel for Mr. James H. Hunt, and the money he received was nothing more than a legal retainer and lee, and his application for Mr. Hunt's release was simply on parole, and in order to give Mr. H. time to prepare for hi3 defense; but as the relation of Senators to the heads of Departments is such that they have privileges and influence in the matters pending before them not possessed by mere attorneys as such, to accept a compensation for services Tendered in such matters would, in tne opinion ol the Committee, be improper; and the Com mittee express the opinion that the acts forbid ding members of Congress to receive compen sation for procuring offices, contracts, Ac., should be extended so as to prohibtt the receipt of a consideration for any service before any Department of the Government other than its judicial tribunals. Tint Navy Vihi^catbd ?Senator Orimes speech >esterday in vindication of the Navy was lorcible, clear, conclusive, showing that it has eflected a blockade the most remarkable in history lor efficiency and extent, and that in the results generally it has accomplished in protecting mighty interests and punishing the foe it has earned tbe lasting gratitude of the nation. Virginia Senator.?By a resolution adopt ed by the Legislature, in session at Alexandria, an election is to take place to-day tor U. S.Sen ator. The candidates are Joseph Segar and J. C. Underwood, the Judge of the U. S. District Court there. %jr Another railroad accident, resulting in the killing and wonnding of a number of cat tle, occurred on the Northern Central Kail way, just north of Baltimore, yesterday morn ing. W Mr. Oliver Hoblitzell, for many years past chief clerk of the transportation depart ment of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, at Baltimore, has resigned his post. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Stirring Report from Cp River. IMBODEN'd CAVALBY ACB0S3THE POTOMAC ANOTHER RAID INTO PENNSYLVANIA FEAKED AT HARRIS BUBO. New York, Feb. 2.?The Tribune has a spe cial dispatch from Harrisburg, saying that Im boden's cavalry has crossed the Potomac, and is about to Invade Pennsylvania. NEW YORK STOt'K MARKET. (By the People's Telegraph Lines?Offices No. 511 Ninth street, and corner of Pa. avenue and Sixth street, under National hotel.] New York, Feb. 2.?An attempt was made yesternay morning to put up the premium on gold, on the strength of the President's procla mation, but it failed. Money may now be con sidered easy, under the legal rates of interest, and borrowers can be bountifully supplied Government stocks remain firm, the 5.20's standing at 104, and the 7 30's at 1U6. Com mercial matters dull. The stock market was firm to-day, and the previous quotations well sustained, compared with tbe prices at the first board on Saturday. FROM EUROPE. Halipax. Feb. 1.?'lhe steamship Hibernia, from Qalway on the 19th, has arrived here, bound to Boston. Denmark has rejected the Austria-Prussian ultimatum. The Austrian and Prussian am bassadors are reported to have quitted Copen hagen. On tbe 18th, the Emperor of Austria reviewed 20,<x>0 troop--, who are to marh immediately for Sch'eswig. Prussian mili tary preparations are progressing vig >rou?ly. The French Chambers continued to debate tbe address to ihe Emperor. It is stated that the amendment in rezard to Mexico will he met by the ministerial sta e mentthat since the 1st of Jinuary all exp-ns^s of the French troops have been borrowed by the Mexican Government. The Archduke Maximilllan will visit Paris as the guest of the bmperor, and be recaived with appropriate honors. Garibaldi has issued a proclamation, announ cing tbe formation of a committer to promote tbe Italian Union and inviting all Italians to rally around it. A new Spanish Ministry has been formed. Tbe Post says the Am-trian and Prussian representatives will doubtless quit Copenha gen, and war may be formally declared; but it is still possible tbat active hostilities may not icstantly follow. Later. A Denmark telegram to the Morning Herald, from Flembnrg Monday night, says tbeenvovs of Prussia and Austria bave presented an ulti matum, calling on the Danish Government to withdraw the November constitution. Tbe Danish Government have rejected th-demand, and the envoys iPttttopenhatenatS o'clock this afternoon in a private steamer Londow, Jan. 19?1 p. m.?Consols 90^a90\ for money. Suspension Bridge Blown Away. Buffalo, Feb. 1.?Tbe small iron suspen sion bridge across the Niagara river at Lewis ton, was blown away during a gale to-day. Ada Clare of New York, sometimes called the "Queen of Bohemia," sails for California In the steamer ot Wednesday next. She goes thither for the benefit of her health. The people ol Iowa bave a new char'ty on foot in the form of an association, just In corporated, to provide a boms for tbe destitute orphans ol soldiers fallen in the public defence. tOT Hon. John R*ld, a prominent Tennessee an, has escaped from Dixie and accepted the terms of President Lincoln's amnesty procla mation. S7~Cora Hatch has been charged by a younc Kew Yorker with alluring his fatb*r from the puths of virtue, End Cora's domestic relations are to be examined by the courts. ?ST:San Fransisco now ranks as the third com mercial port in tbe Union, New York being the first and Boston the second STThe Charleston Courier says the damage by the bombardment is small?nothing left to damage probably Alderman J. F. Jones, of Pittsburg, Pa, has been consigned to the penitentiary for per nry. MT The Massachusetts An U-81 a very Society bald its 3Iat annual meeting on Jan. 99. 1ST Diptherta is fatally prevalent in tone parts of New Hampshire. S7* Tbe new comet swings a tae tall?one and a half degree* long. COJTORESSIOIfAIj. Ill TBI NO0U rMterdsj Ihe bill to re Tire the grade of Lieutenant General in the United States Army was con sidered. Mr. Rose offered an amendment respectfully recommending Major Oene/al Grant for the position of Lieutenant General. The amendment was agreed to and the bill passed. Rumors? Raid oh Martiksbubo.?A ru mor had gained circnlation in the city last night that the Rebels had made, or were male ing, a raid on Martinsbure. Oar only infor mation in relation to the matter is that a force had made indications of moving in that neigh borhood, and that precautions had been taken by Gen Kelly to meet them. A despatch re ceived last night by Mr. Win. P. Smith, of the Baltimore and Ohto Railroad, who is at Cum berland, stated that all the trains on the road were running regnlarly, and that it was well protected at all points.?Bait. American, 2d. A Marylander Rklkapbd prom tttk Oojt fkdkratb Prxson?William E. W. Webster, of Westminster, Carroll connty, Md., who was captured seven months ago, during Gen. Lee's Invasion of Maryland, arrived in this city on Sunday last, from Richmond, via Fortress Monroe. He had been confined for several months in Castle Thunder. Mr. Webster rep resented that the condition of the prisoners on Belle Isle during the inclement weather was sad and heart-rending. Of the 7,000 prisoners in Richmond, he stated that 1,100 were in the hospitals.?Bait. Sun, Feb. 2. 9T A drugged soldier who was taken in charge at Providence, R. I., by Capt. Hamlin, last week was fouad to have 93,00<M'00 of "se curities" in his overcoat pocket. That is. he bad bona fide certificates of thirty thousand shares of a stock ip a Silver Mining Oorapa ny, the par value of which is 9100 a share. It was stolen from a lawyer's office, and proving unavailable for the thief, he probably selected the drunken soldier's pocket as the most con venient repository for the plunder. The tavern keepers and retail Hqnor dealers of Philadelphia have agreed to charge ten cents a drink for wines and spirits, and six centa for malt liquors. If the purchaser does not give even change, one cent more is to be added. UT Napoleon will enter into'his 57th year in March. n<5=?I. f>. O. F.?The members of BXCEL8IOR lk_3 LODGE, No. 17, are requested to be pres ent at ttie Lodge Boom TO-NIGHT, on business of importance It [Y-3=?GRANDTlRP8ICHOBEAN FOIBEI -The LL5 members of ' he Terpeiehorean Socials re spectfully inform their friends and the publte in Sen#ral, that ther it,tend givieg a Grand 8oireto on fONDA Y EVENING, ?,b 29th, 1864, at Temper 8DC6 Hall. SPECIAL NOTICE.-Tiiket Office, Fords lk_3 Aeie Thtattr, Tenth s rett F'b 2, 1864 ?In consequence of the extraordinary demand for se cured seats to witness Mrs. D. P. Bowkrs in Lady Isabel of East Lynne, the box sheets are arranged so that seats can be reserved three days in advance Parties desiring choice seats must apply early' Ticket office open daily from 9 until 6 o'clock Very respectfully, * H. CLAY FORD. Treasurer KF l*A gftgUlS^v'K t/RfteS.WMa ii #25 Bt Joseph's Association, at the lecture ball of 8t. Aloys us l?t stict, between I and K. 7J?'?o* 1 oc>n * o clock, concert to commecce at Tickets 25 cents. Beserved seats 50 cents. ' C E.?"THE LADIB8' 80LDIER'8 ? RELIEF ASSOCI ATION" will hold a meet ing at the room of the city Postmaster, on the 3d rebruary, at 12 o clock m. A general attendance is requested. B. B. FRENCH, >e 1 President. |Y_-p?ApHBM BL v.?An A*?-mbly will be givea at t7"'?? Hotel, Gsorget>wn ol WlDNrt,?AY BVBNING. Feb 3. 1864, the ,?I tiven to the Venn* Catholics'Friend Society, by the mansgers Tick ets ??, andean be obtsii ed at J L Kidwell's, Jno J Bo,ne'e, Daniel Brown's, and at the door. I? 1 3i j^ WAi HINGTON LYCEUM LECTCBE3 GEO. VANDENHOFF, The Great Shaksvearian Reader" Will read at TUESDAY EVEN iNO, February*2d. Sherridan's witty and humorous comedy of Tie BivMs, or a Tri p to Bath, with impersona tions of Sir Anthony Absolute. Mrs. Malaprop, Bob Acres, etc. 8i-gle admission 50 cents. Re ?J:a*8,?$.cen*H extra. Seats can be secured 5 fro,!P 10 *? to 4 p. m. on the day of the reading. Tickets for sale at the book 6tores and hotels. fe j_2t* ANNIVERSARY OF TH? CTNf fK |J'DbSTAIBS CHRISTIAN COMMIS he Second Anniversary of the H. S vun.PomE?i?iLlon for the Army and Navy'. 7"V?beiiP.id f;nKSDAY EVENING. 2d instant, in the Hall of the House of Representatives; exer cises to commence at o'clock. > ice Presidert Hamlin will preside. A sum msry of the last annual report will be given by the Chairman of the Commission. George H. Stuart. Esq., of Philadelphia. Brief statements of the practical work of the Commission on the field and in the hosoitals will be madeby Rev. R.J Parvin. dDiirlrLi if?* "ingins, delegates, and addresses delivered by a member of the Cabinet?Speaker ?? .f"' and Brig Gen. Martindale Musfc by a military band. All interested in the welfareofour fe 12tan 8a ors are cordially Invited to att nd. rrr**U? fOB PROV^KNOl CITIZEN H08 Uof PITAL.ON CAPITOL HI LL. IN OBABGE ^^ISrEBS OF CHABITY ?To meet the indebt stit^no?%h/^h*W?. H.Vd,0*f provi<I*<1 by tb1i in stitnuon, the chari'ahle and g?nercu* are invited to ratrcnlse the sale *r desirable articles, which w 11 begin on THUBfeDAY 1 YIN ING the 23th inet. at Odd Fellow*' Hall, 7th street' The ar V M wil1 f'atify refined taste and mirister to innocert enjoyment, whilst the a?i to nnr wiI1 b? a permanent advant our city jg 2i-2w* rry-vie? n Vr1 v *B APT1M ^7? HliCTICNBBY 3H6 Sixth street, between O 2? ?, H !i Balls Pairs, Receptions, ?at f ntrl ?l/r *nter*?lnments furnishe1 at short moat '?"onable terms Ice Cream 5 v I1c*",nB>de by steam power the best ?f ?nd retail, delivered to any part i I tn? c'ty and Georgetown n-lm* F?rRnaLv VkMA^Qh!H wilLb# 'OW on SAT i-jb? ? waiiii it u fe J St* DD aT*lltte *nl Ninth street GK|i. %3i>TSf/y'g.flg*y qn' r*et corn?r o' Eleventh : fe 2 W T. DBA KB'8 r*. PLANTATION BITTEB8. 500 Cases jnst received. MORBISON. G ALT A 00 . fp 9 * Twelfth and B streets, ie i eoat two sqnarea gonth of P?nn. ave Thv h k T0 rB* LADIE^ lai,e ?se, ? %r h?? thi?day receded another I' ffs'oN wIl Tfl beaut ful PUKFEIW^ ILLrllON 81EEVE"Vlfo^U^aS^e;?/|8S rtiT?ILent ,)f Vpautiful NEW SPRING FLOWERS parttautaJ^ m*kM hi' 8tock complete fn every . Ladies are re'nectfullT invited to rail and exam ite my stock bef re they mircha'e elsewhere ar BEN. E OITTING3, ' fe 2 3t No 14 Market Space, bet. 8th anl9thsts. JOSEPH IEYNOLDS A CO.. PLVMBFRS, GAS, AXD STEAM FITTERS No. 500 Ni mth STaaaT, near avenue. Have just received and will constantly keeD on assortment in the city rw*A?eK,er8- ?r*ckp,?. Drop Lights. Portables PiJt ? ?.Lob^- ml5a aD'1 othpr Shades, and all artfl New'?*ork8 pRri" ^r"In. !he bpst establishments in ;n Ti 'T 4 'phia, Ac., which will be sold On the most reasonable terms Stores! RANGES- FUBNACES. and Fire-Board ns!??Ar^JfIfP*red to furni8h the best RANGE in Resul.rZnf. i?D vory. rps?onable terms. Hotels, KeMaurants 4c. are invited to call 1? al of GA8 8TEAM fittings Clo^l'ts "wSsh0sUtLndshi,nK Tub"? fountains Water tiosew. yvssn-stands. Basins. Ac., Ac at No 5f?n esUl^ishment rn^he c"ty.lT>ni**TeDUe^>19.1|^r1^Ht STuS^tNandABar, Which ban been in finAPaaafn 1 ^ which ha* been in successful operation for'tf*. jfi'1 TkPUt' '* ,cr 8al" w,th Gtoo<1 Will Fixtures *c- tTh? present proprietor only se'Ung on m-' It Ik #/ .'ment? elsewhere. A.^fy Md 4XGreets' 39 P'n? fcTenu*> between 31 T A OABD that th?, lave rot?iaXaAI&nhl. w?kan they any Idea of so tolr>| (as some '?f ?,ur Kn?? bodies would have it.^ot on the contrary they ?ave made airargemerU to rcfl: thei- s ori-Wn 3b9 7th etreet-aod when dnisbed th<y will pre' rent ore of tb# largest atoc s of Fn?nit<ira fl?! M?ta, Oil Cloths Mattings ant H usefurnlshln* ode tVat can be f,>nnd in the Dietrlet wkii>H they will fell at their uau *1 low prloea 'nr cash B'fpee fclly. RBJNRY 8 ??TZ f- 1 St 1 top AChr n.f Q THFO GB'FFITH, A A 04ii P. tTWTIOh Is < ailed to the c^anoery rale of ZVuable Lo ? by Davidge A Ball. ?fr stees on I y v/*1*- 4,b? at 4 ?n the prem ses fQn#arV,Jrf,I<,1?r- ,n C^etfs MbtfiriSoa of *r"me n 4i tdWL' f*"1' P'ace Lot 8, In ^euare 4'S, An Ar'd afro ti:1' f ll' 1*>? ?M. ?q"ar. r??^'^ iart of Lot neabsr sl * i. Slley a^d -roatin* T^et on ?S> foot t rek., ti tLVSSSr w.lh,,h^tJr?(itb 99 ,##t ?ot J* ne b*twe?( o 8 J*- ! ; * l?f ai lote lor aa<" ? streets aontb liT?n/i rtr**ta M ? ^ i-AjLjOtrr?B a oo. Aasts ?ery ahoiee OFFICIAL. DBFAKTMBirr or Stat?, ? Waphiwotos, January 29, 1S64. > Information bai been received at this Depart ment from Mr. W. W. Thomas, jr., the Consul of tfce United States St Gothenburg, that in an official publication of custom-house rate* at Stockholm, pork kts been declared duty free? the act making pork dutiable haying been ve toed by the King on the 29th December ultimo. War Department, Adjutant General t Oglce, 1 Washington, February 1, 1881 J The following officers, having been reported at the headquarters of the army, for the offen ces hereinafter specified, are hereby notified that they will stand dismissed from the service of the United States unless within fifteen (15) days from this date, they appear before the Military Commission in session in this city, of which Brigadier General Rick'-tts, U. S. Vol untetrs, is president, and make satisfactory defence to the charges against them: Lieutenant J. I. J. Kierstead, tWth New York volunteers; disobedience of orders, tailing tore join his regiment a* ordered, September7, I8d3, from Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md. First Lieutenant Stephen L. Hubbard, -2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. Major George R. Davis, 3d Rhode Island cavalry; fraudulent conduct in enlisting cer tain recruits for the 3d Rhode Island cayalry. Col. Hejry L. Potter, 71st New York vols. Captain PatrickNolan, company A, 71st New York volunteers. Violation of General Orders 49, ot 1863, from War Department, in taking up on the muster rolls of the regiment, the name of an enlisted man as a commissioned officer, when said en listed man bad never been mustered into ser vice as a commissioned officer. Altcnce without leave at officially reported on the rollt of their regimentt, and otherwite. First Lieutenant F. P. Wylie, 101st Pennsyl vania volunteers. First Lieutenant W. E. Foster, 1st regiment U. S. colored troops. Second Lieutenant A. E. Saviers, 1st regi ment Kansas colored volunteers. Second Lieutenant Ezekiel A. Col man, 1st re giment Kansas colored volunteers. Lieutenant Colonel George E. Ross, 45th Ohio volunteers. Major James E. Marsh, 4.*>th Ohio volunteers. Fir.-t Lieutenant George W. Sparks, 45th Ohio volunteers. hecond Lieutenant Almon Bradford, 45th Ohio volunteers. Captain Hugh Erwin,24th Indiana vols. Captain D. O. Holdridge, 23d Wisconsin volunteers. Captain W. Roberts, 14th Maine volunteers. Captein Henjamin Warren, 2Gth Massachu setts volunteers. Captain G. W. Drown, 59th Indiana vols. Lieutenant H. J. Webber, 50th Indiana vols. Adjutant E. P. Pitkam, 20th Michigan vols. Adjutant G. E. Davis, 26th Massachusetts volunteers. Captain E. P. Bods, 20th Illinois volunteers. Captain T. H. Hedrick, 15tn Iowa volunteers. Captain .1. W. Hopkins, 9Cjd Illinois vols. Lieutenant S. C. Co'lins, 23d Indiana vols. Lieutenant B. Hubbell, 32d Ohio volunteers. Lieutenant E. F. Hill, 1st Illinois artillery. Lieutenant J. H. Ewing, 28th Illinois vols. Captain F. I^quin, 76th Illinois volunteers. Captain A. F. F. Hall, 14th Maine vols. E. I). Towksbnd, Assistant Adjutant General. p ROPOSAL8 FOR 101. Mkoical Fjjrvstoh'b Ornoa, i H'a.'A mm on, I). C. Feb, 1, 1854 f Bkai.bp Proposals will be received st this office until 12 m . February the ;fith for famishing Ice to the Medical Department of the Array durirgths I revest) ear. at the points herein designated, f he ee to be stored by the contractor in properly con structed ice-houses at each point of delivery, on or before the Iftth day of April next; the ice n-t f? be receipted for until its quality, the fitaes* of the ice bouse, and the manner in which it is packed shall have been approved by a medical officer appointed for the purpose, or by a Medical Inspector, and payment will be male only for the amount thus actually stored and receipted for. The proposals will be for the quantities indicated below as required at the respective places, with the proviso that should more be needed at any time for the year's supply it shall be famished at the same rates and under the same conditions : QUANTITY TO BB DBL1VBBBD AT Annapolis, Md?Ice house owned by the United States? lflO tons, Fortress Monroe, Va - Ice-house owned by the United State*??' tons. Point Lookout, Md.?Ice house ewned by the Uni ted States?2U0 tons, Portsmouth Va.?Ice-house not ewned by the Uni ted States?ICO tons, Newbern, N. O.?Ice house not owned by the Uni ted 8tates?4rt> tons, Hilton Bead. 8 0 ? Ice-house owned by the United 8tates-4A0 tons, Beaufort, 8 C -Ice-house owned by th? United States?900 tons. Proposals will also be received for furnishing ice daily, by weight, for the year 1864, in such quan titles as may be required by ths surgeons in charge at United Btstea General Ho. pitals, upon the fol lowing annual estimate, in and near Boston Mass , 10 tons, New York. 800 tons. New Hsven, Conn , 60 tons. Portsmouth Grove, B 1,13'tons, Philadelphia. Pa , 1.300 tons, Newark ,N. J., 100 tons. Washington, D. 0 .1 5"0 t >is, Baltimore, Md., 5f>o tons, Frederick, Md.. 75 tons. All sdditional amounts that may be required at these places until January 1st, 1865, are to be fur nished at the same rates. FOBM OF PBOPOSAL. The undersigned proposes to furnish tons of fiist quality ice, carefully packed in substantial ice houses, at the within named points, ntmely: at the following ?Tice per toa of two thousand pounds, namely, at tens, at 9- per ten The ice to be subject to the inspection, measure ment and approval of a Med if al officer, or other properly appointed inspector, before being re ceipted for. Payment to be mads from time to time upon du plicate bills. certited to by the Medieal Director. Signed, FOBM OF fBOPOSAL. The undersigned proposes to furnish daiiy, or otherwise, til the iee required for the hospital*, upon spproved reqnislt'ons of surgeons in charge, at or ntar the within named points, at the follow ing price per hundred pounds, namely : 9? cents per hundred pounds. The ice shall be of the best quality, and subject to the approval of the sargeoo in charge who will receipt for the actual amount delivered at each hospital. Payment to be made frem time t^ time upon da plicate bills, certified to by the Medical Director Signed, The above form of proposal will be adhered to as closely as practicable Other forms will oe re ceived by the Depa' tmant and f uly com idaie'. A proper guarantee tb it the bidder is able to ful fil the contract, certified to by the Clerk of the nearest District Court or a United states Di*t.*ict Attorney, must acc/mpany the proposal oritwill be rejected. An oath of allegiar ce to the United States Gov ernment mast also accompanv tie proposal. The contract will be awarded to the low*, t re sponsible party or parties whe will be duly notifl ?d, by mall or otherw se. that their bid is accepted, acd they will immtCtiat-Iy be required toentjr into contract under bonds to the amount of 95,r?>0. Bon<*s to oe prorerly cer'ified 1?. Bidders may be present in person when the pro posals are opened. The Post Office address of the parties p-oposing must be distinctly written upon the proposal Proposals must be addressed to Henry Johnson, Medical 8 K , and Purveyor, U.S. A, Washing ton, D O. 1 he Department reserves the right to reject any or all bids deemed unsuitable. HBNRY JOHNSON. M. 8. K., and Purveyor, U. 8. A., Washington, D 0. Printed forms of Proposals can bs had at this office. fe ? d COAL, , GOAL. COAL,! Largs assortment of the very best of 00AL(all sices) for sale low for cash at W. H. MARLOW'8, Booth side Canal, corner Beventh st. WOOD! WOOD! OAK, PINK, AMD HICKORY WOOD. In the 8tick, Sawsd, or Sawed and Bplit any length or siss desired, dslivsred to any part of theeity free of eharge. All orders promptly attended t? at W H. MARLOW'8, Offloe and Yard sonth side Canal, Ja ao-at corner 8ev nth. ULTON MARK1T, FODBTllVTH A?D B BlRESTS B0CTH, Hotels, families, and sutlers are iavlted to eall and examine car stock of Meat, Game, Poultry and Vegetables. Sausages and Belogaa constantly on band and for sate In quantities. Sutlers and par te*?. s are r*?neeted i? eall. , J?S? Im* A_ M. H1PBURN.Prop. But?s7s anJpamilfes sun (f^Q p'-'ed With Oyst*rs at per gallot . 0ornerofl2th >?0 and B-streets Ja28 lm* B. WBPBR. T?or bali. HB SCHOONBB M *BT iLIZlHBTH as the now li s at Blagdsa's Wharf. Oa-^Dv p?>liy about I <00 bu?cels For partiou lars Inquire o ths Oaptain, on board, or of WIL ilsMPA. JOLLY Jatt lot* B"MI """' jatMm* between Band I. F 4 O'CLOCK P. M. REFUGEES IRoM CHARLES TON. S. C. A. J. Goldman, Jacob Osgood, John W. An dereon, A. P. Smith and Mareus Harrell, refu gees from Charleston, S. C-, -were taken from the Leonardtewn stage yesterday evening, and turned over to Capt. Todd. They left Charles ton about ten days ago, coming by the way of Richmond and the Rappahannock, and crossed ihe Potomac in a small boat, landing twelve miles below Leonardtown. They bring no news of importance, but had upon their persons *>7 in silver, $3,141 in Southern bank notes, and ?30 in greenbacks. They were released upon taking the oath of allegiance and promising to go North. ILL. Assistant Secretary of War P. H. Watson is, we regret to say, suffering again from seriona indisposition, and has gone North for a short season. To those who have an opportunity of observing the immense amount of work trans acted per diem at the War Department, and the j constant strain upon the faculties of those per forming it, there is little occasion for wander that even the most robust mind and frame should succnmb to the pressure. HAMMOND COURT-MARTIAL. The only business before this court for seve ral days past has been the taking of the evi dence ol Medical Purveyor Cooper, who is yet upon the stand testifying in regard to arti cles put up and forwarded for hospital purpo ses. THE REPORTED REBEL RAID. No information has been received at head quarters confirming the reported raid by Imbo den's-rebel cavalry, as given in a New York Tribune dispatch. It is undoubtedly a stock jobbing canard. ORDERED TO SEA. The gunboat Eutaw yesterday received her orders for sea on Thursday. She will join the blockading fleet off Wilmington, N. C. Japan.?At the instance of Mr. Pruyn, the Japanese Government have revoked and can celled their decision to disregard treaties witn Western Powers and expel foreigners. Washington Money Market?Latest Quo tations. Furnished by Lewis Johnson Sc Co., Bank ers: Buying. Selling. U. S. Coupon Bonds, 18S1 WG# 107 < U.S 7.30 Notes 107* I0W Quartermasters' Checks 98 V ? New Certificates 97* ? American Silver.... 110a 112 ? American Gold 155#al56# ? CONGBE88IOPTAL. XXXVIllTH CONGRESS.? FIRST SESSION. Tumuay. February 2. Senate?Hon. George Reade Riddle, electe 1 Senator from Delaware, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Bayard's resignation, appeared, and was qualified by subscribing the consti tutional as well as oath of loyalty, and took his seat. Mr. Sumner presented a petition of the South American Steam Ship Company, askin r a ^ub eiriy or mail contract for the line, via St. Thomas to Rio de Janeiro; w hich was referred to the Committee on Commerce." Also, a petition from Governor Yates, if Illinois, praying the exercieeol all constitutional power by Congress for the emancipation of all persons held in slavery. Mr. Grimes, from the Committee on the Dis trict of Columbia, reported adversely on the petition of A. R. Davis, of Md., for compensa tion for certain slaves. Also, on the bill rela tive to notaries public in the District of Colum bia, with a recommendation that it pass. Mr. Dixon, from the District of Columbia Committee, reported favorably on the petition and bill for incorporating the Providence Hos pital of this city. Mr. Hicks called up the resolution giving the thai ks of Congress to Commodore Cadwalla der Ringgold, his officers and crew, for daring and skill in rescuing U. S. troops from a sink ing transport at sea. The resolution was amended and passed. Mr. Nfsmith called up the resolution of thanks to Major General George H. Tfcomas and the officers and men in the department of the Cumberland, and it was passed. Mr. Grimes offered, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, a resolution, which was adopted, instructing the said committee to inquire into the condition of the Potomac Aqueduct, what appropriations are necessary for it, and into the subject of sewerage, Sec., in this city. Mr. Morgan introduced a bill to quiet titles of parties in actual possession of lands in the District of Columbia, which was referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia. Mr. Wilson offered a resolution, which was adopted, instructing the Committee on the Conduct of the War to inquire into all the military administration in all the departments in Alexandria, and especially th* punishment there inflicted, the improvements in the slave pen, the levying of fines, ?kc. Houes ?Mr. F?nton introduced a resolution, which was adopted, calling upon the Secretary of the Navy to inform the House whether sup plies for that Department during the past year were purchased in open market; if not, what, proportion thereof, and of what kinds were purchased la open market, etc ; and that he inform the House what alteration of the law is in his opinion necessary. Mr. Stevens, from the Committee of Ways and Means, reported a bill for the support of the Army for the year ending June 30, 1S65. which was referred to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, and made the special order for Tuesday, next. A resolution was adopted, instrnctmg the Ccmmittee on the Judiciary to inquire wheth er it is n cessary to take any action to avoid future difficulty in the Electoral college. Also, a resolution instructing the Committee of Ways and Means To inquire into the expe diency of increasing the duties on wines and luxuries, so as to increase the revenue from imports to fl 0,000,000 annually?to restrict bank circulation, etc. The House resumed the consideration of the resolution to amend the Confiscation act. Mr. Broomall made a speech, contending that while attainder has effect only during the lif. time of the offender, not so with the forfei ture of estates. The House passed to the consideration of the Senate bill amendatory of the Enrolment act. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM WESTERN VIRGINIA. A FIGHT IN NEW CREEK VALLEY. BURLINGTON OCCUPIED BY REBELS. TI1K ENEMY WHIPPED AT NEW CREEK. Philadelphia, Feb. 2.?A special dispatch to the Herald, dated 1st, from West Virginia, says considerable excitement prevailed along the railroad to-day, occasioned more by pre cautionary measures than anything else. Tuesday morning a portion of the Rebel brigade that had been sent over into New Creek valley for the purpose of intercepting one of our moving columns, came upon the rear of Col. Thorburn's command; whereupon ?kirmitbing commenced between the two forces. Our men finally drove the rebels back, This afternoon the enemy again advanced* and this time osccnpied Burlington. Brisk skirmishing was going on at different times during the day. A fight took place this afternoon in New Creek Valley, between an advancing column of the enemy and one ol ours. After & sharp fight, the rebels were repulsed and driven back two miles. FROM KENTUCKY. LorisTiLLa, Feb. 2.?Gens. Grant and Rose crans will arrive at the Gait House from St. I~ouis to night. Fbamkfokt, Feb. l.?Great exertions are being made to remove the Mat of government from h?nce to Louisville. STOCK REPORT. [By the People's Line.] ? Nbw York, Feb. First Board?N. Y. Cen tral, 132*; Erie. 07**107#; Harlem, lost* a >02*i u. S. SWs, IM Quicksilver Mining Co., U. 8. certificates, old, 102*al03; new, do., 97*a96; Hudson Hirer, i39^al39*. THAT HARRISBCHQ SCARE. liARHiSBCBO, Feb. 1?The authorities here have no offlc ial how ledge of the reported in vasion, aad seem to think the statement pre mature. [They can eately Mi** so.?Ed. Star.] LOCAL NEWS. Circuit Coubt.?The February term of this coart was convened this morning, Chief Jus tice Cartter presiding. The jury was called, and Mr. Jacob Fleischell was excused; after whicb, they were discharged until Monday next. In the ca?e of Edmondson agt. Cassell judg ment was reversed. Whellock agt. Cnrran; judgment for plaintiff. Morsell agt. Skelley; motion to dismiss at tachment overruled. In tKe case of N. H. Miller, agt. Goddard aud Baruaclo, Justices, Mr. Phillips, for the re spondents, moved to dismiss the writ of cetiora ri. The plaintiff rented a house from Miss Catherine M. Thompson, atso much per month, and after remaining over a year he received a notice to quit the premises at the expiration of his term. He, however, did not heed the notice, and remained, when a jury was summoned under the act of 1793, and a verdict was given for the land lady. Miller applied throngh S S. Williams, Esq , for a writ or cetiorarU which was granted, and this morning, Mr. Phillips made the motion above stated, and argued it at length. The question is whether the law of Maryland of 1793, applies to monthly tenancies. Chief Justice Canter ordered the case to be argned before a full court. Orphan's Ooubt, Jwlgt Purcell.?VTm. B. Arnold was appointed guardian of the minor children of W. B. Arnold, deceased, and .To siah Simpson of the orphans of Hanson Barnes, deceased. Jos. Morrow was also appointed guardian of Corlis Morrow. The last named parties are orphan brothers, Joseph being a soldier from V ermont, where he has been re cently on a fnrlough. Corlis, the younger brother, accompanied him to this city, and on the way determined to enlist, but the regula tions requiring now that minors can only be enlisted with the consent of their parents or guardians, there was a difficulty, which was overcome by the elder becoming the guardian of the latter, and he will of course give his consent to the ward enlisting in his regiment. Benj. R. May field, executor ?f Susanna May field, obtained an order for a final notice to set tle the estate. The administrator d. b. n. of Wm. Dillow ot talned an order of sale for the personal es tate. Rev. T. J. O'Toole, of Ulster county, N. Y., one of the executors appointed by the last will of Mictael McCarty, renounced bis right to administer on the estate. Salaries for School Teachers.? The friends of our public schools will be glad to see that the committees of conference of the two Boards of Councils last night agreed npon a considerable advance in the rate of compen sation for the teachers of ihe schools, and that the two Boards concurred In the report of the committees. The adraRce, though not quite as much as is desirable in view of the increased expenses of living iu Washington, will yet serve materially to tree the minds of the teachers from anxieties on the bread and butter questlou while occupied with their laborious duties. The action of the Councils also gives the teachers the gratifying assurance that they are appreciated in tKe com munity; amost d< sirable incentive, by the way, to zealons labor, and without which no school system can prosper. The increased pay, by the bill as passed, com mences from the 1st of January ultimo. Forcible Entry and Detainer.?On Sat urday, a jury of inquest viewed the premises No. 450 <>th street, for the purposes of trying the case of J. Bell Adams agt. Chauncey A. Hoor. for forcible entry and detainer, (Justices Bates and Kinsey presiding.) These proceeding? were bad under the 8th statute Henry VI, which is in force in this District, for the pur pose of plr.cing the plaintiff in possession of the premises. The case was not concluded oa Sat urday, and the jury adjourned to meet y-st^r day afternoon, when a verdict was founi for the plaintiff. The counsel for Mr. Hoor gave notice that he would apply for a writ of certio rari to bring the proceedings before a high r court, when It is expected that the law of land lord and tenant will be fully argued. Co'. Thompson appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Stone and Bradley, jr., for the delense Small Pox on the Decline.?Yesterday, the Medical Association of Washington held a meeth.gat their college, at which twenty-seven physicians, about two thirds of the leading members of the profession, were present. They were called npon to report their small pox cases, and the aggregate named was about ninety, of which two-thirds are varioloid. This number is estimated to be three-fourths of all cases in private practice within the limits of the city, and if the estimate is correct, shows that the disease Is much on the decrease. A Daring Act.?About two o'clock this morning, a burglar efiected an entrance into the wcod aud coal office of Hafvey, Give*s ic Co., and blew open the sate with powder. The explosion was heard by the neighbors, but the burglar escaped, carrying away two or three dollars. Upon examining the premises, the safe door was found blown entirely off, and had struck the ceiling, knocking the plaster down. Criminal Court, Judge Olin.?This morn ing Augustus Norton, tried for an assault and battery, was found notguilty. John McChesney, indicted lor assault and battery, was acquitted. Teirence McNoon, for receiving stolen prop erty, was found guilty of receiving a wheel barrow worth two dollars and fifty cents. The Jury Box.?As was stated by us last week the Register of this city and the clerks ot the corporation of Georgetown and the Levy Court assembled yesterday at the office of the Clerk of the Court and deposited the enrolled ballots in the Jury box, from which the juries for the terms of the courts for the next two years will be drawn Infanticide.?This morning Mr. Callinane residing at the corner of 3d and D streets, (Is land) found in his area the body of a new born white male child which is believed to have been thrown there and killed by some unknown person. The body was taken to the tenth pre cinct station where It is awaiting an inquest. A Good Commencement.?Yesterday, the Clerk ol the Court issued eleven marriage li censes, of which only two were black couples. The first day of January there were only four lioenses issued. Quite a good commencement for February. Fined.?Mrs. Smith, keeper of a shanty cor ner of 11th street and South Carolina avtftiue, was lined S'20 yesterday by Justice Ferguson, for selliing liquor without a license, and 820 more lor selling liquor to soldiers. Furlouohed.?The work in th?Government Printing Office having slackened, twentv-flve of the compositors employed in that estalish ment were furloughed on Saturday. SOUTHERN NEWS. We have Richmond papers to the 29th nit., from which we gather the following items of interest: General Lee has issued General Order No. 7 to his soldiers, which has significance, as showing the great want of provisions in the Confederacy. General Lee says he "considers it due to the army to state that the temporary reduction of rations has been caused by cir cumstances beyond the control of those charged with its support. Its welfare and comfort are the objects of his constant and earnest solici tude, and no effort has been spared to provide for its wants. It is hoped tha* the exertiens now beiyg made will render the necessity of out short duration.'' The rebels appear to apprehend active mava m-nts by the (Jnion forces in the vicinity of Vicksbnrg. A rebel dispatch from Meridian, Miss., says reinforcements have been sent there from Memphis, and another dispatch says the Federal forces are making preparations to move ont and occupy Jackson. In the Rebel House of Representatives a bill was reported on the '-'8th ultimo, to exempt from military duty such persons as are en gaged in the production of food, provided they shall have furnished a substitute not liable to military duty. The Richmond Enquirer pictures the sub. terfuges adopted by men in the Confederacy to avoid military duty. It appears that all hav ing government contracts are exempt, and therefore everybody desires to become inter ested in a contract. One gentleman is desirous of carrying the Confederate mails, free of cost, provided he can exempt his carriers from mil itary service, and he is satis ted he can make a million dollars clear of expenses by the end of Ihe year. A vacancy in the Commissioners of the Revi ant- calls out candidates in large num bers. Any place, however insignificant, how ever small the pay?anything, anywhere bnt the army. Newspapers on letter sheets ara springing up in many villages, in the hope that tte Press may drag them through and keep thf m ont of the army. W orthlessaess ef Longstreet* s Cavalry. Tte Enquirer says: The letter we published yesterday gave a sad but trnthfnl picture of the worthlessneas of oar cavalrj with the army of Longstreet. We can imagine nothing mor? distressing to a soldier like Locgstreet than to have his plans thwarted by the stupidity of a subordinate; and General Longstreet la coned with just snch subordi nates. Reformation U sadly wanted. A man Hire Hampton is sadly nf#d?d The Richmond Examiner it down, on ? My Maryland."and M aryland wfajwt, on account of tbe bowl of the latter, when n proposition was made to draft tbem into tbe Confederate Army. The Examiner thinks that as they w*nt to Dixie with load professions of devotion to tbe Confederate cause, and if ?>thelr affectation of zeal for tbe South are to be accounted true, then they should rejoice at tbe occasion which Congress desires to giee them, ot flehtln* on tbe same grouud and in the same character as other Confederate soldiers." The Enquirer thos acknowledges the effect iveness o! tbe blockade off Wilmington, N. U.: "A gentleman direct from Wilmington reports that th?- enemy now have twenty-six vessels blockading th it port. These vessels are scat tered for a mile or two off the mouth of the Cape ?fear, and guard all the avennes of approach with the most sleepless vigilant. The conse quences are that tbe cbanoes of running the blockade have been greatly lessened, and it is apprehended by some that the day is i.ot tar distant when it will be an Impossibility for a vessel to get into that port without incurring a hasard almost equivalent to loss. Having secured nearly every seaport on our coast, the Yankees are enabled to keep a large force off Wilmington." FURNISHED BOOMS POR RINT laquir* at 461 Eleventh itreet, between F and Q. Only gentlemen need spplr. i,? ANTIC?A fll UATION,->y a young Man, as CUrk, bailsman, Book-keeper, or Copyist Is u-.ick at accounts, srd a good Fentm\a ?.dite?s H. N , at tbe Star olllce fe j ?? STOLEN? Last wees from a residua* in Ue/>r*#. & town, Pietrial fcONGS. "L Ange Decbue" and "Petit olseau." together with MSS lines in p(i end French. A rewstd will be given for the.* this offiee. Hw ITOUND?A few days since,on north A rtreet east, r a POCKET BOOK, oontainin < a sam o' m;>n?y Tte loier aan obtain it by calling at the Po*t Of Ccf Hcu=e of Representatives, proving p-opsrty and paiing tke expense of this advertisement. it' Q> c/TREWARD?Stolen, on Monday night.Feb. w.lU ut. fr >m >he stable at Turner Hall, ne?r B A O, R. B, Depot, two Brown HORSES. etitaeu hands high, about seven years old; each ha? a star in forehf ad, one bas one or two wkite bind ters fe 3 21* JOHN 8NYDIR Br WM. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneer! South corner Ptnnsvlvania avenue and Ninth strtt, ^ALC OF A STOCK OF WINE8 AND LIQUORS ?5 Br IUTalogui. at Auction ?On THURSDAY B0BN1NG, 4th inst . at 11 o'cloek, we will sell by catalogue, at the Auction Rooms, a large a sort ment of assorted Lienors em 'racing? Casrs fine Old fye. Bourbon, Moaongahela, Scotch aid Irl?h Whis ys. Cares Peach atd fclaetberry Brandy, Cases Hollerd and uld T?m Gin, French Cordials. Aromatic ?rd other Bitters, A few Demijohns of choice Wines, SQestes genuine Otard. Dopuy, and James H?n nessty Cognac Brandy, from Bonding ware hoes* We call -te attention of private Consumers to tbf se Brandies af a vei v fi e article frj2t WM L WALL A CO.. Auets. V ALBNTINES The Largest and Finest As'ortment at ANDERSON'S. 438 Seventh etreet, fel2w,if orp^site tbe Post Oflce JN O W 18 THE T I M B . VALENTINES at New York prices, at ANDERSON'S. 45*? Seventh street, fe 1-Sw,if opposite the Post Office / \MN! BUS LINB FOR 8 A OB ?The subscriber \ f will sell at p irate sale the Nat'onal Hotel O n l ibefi I ine, incudiog Horses,Omnibuses and Bag gage Wagon.ail i j complete order. CHA9 A. MORPHY Ag?nt, Natioral Hotel StaMes, Gth street, fe 1 6t* rear of the hot?l. STBAMBR BMP IRE HAS ARRIVED FROM New York Consignees will please attend tom the reception of thei - goods at once " This steamer will sail for New York on Wednes day next, the 9d Inst., at 9 o'clock a. m fe 1 at MORGAN A RH1NBHART. Agts. WOOD! WO o o: 1 WOOD!!! WM H.~M1NNIX, SrcoxEBoa to Josh Bsaar, No 494 torntr north S and west 3d streets. Has on hand a large lot ef prime HICKORY. OAK AND PINB WOOD, Which will be delivered to purehasers at very rea sonable prices. fe 1 lrn * JP CRUTCHBTT BEGS LEAVE MOStIiB ? speetfully to inform hie patrons and tkose in want of e French Cook, that he continues as he has hitherto done, to attend personally to the pre relation of Dinn re. BallR, Suppers. an1 other rsrties. in the most recherche manner, in whieh he flatters himself he cannot be excelled, and would refer to the moet distinguished families in this city, many of whom he has had the honor ol serv ing for several years, ss he believes, to their entiie satisfaction. Most, respectfully. J. P CRDTCHBTT, 477 Sixth Street, corner of D. Ja 29 eo2w* Washington. D C._ WBABBER8' SOAP B Have on band a very superior article of Barbers' Soap. For sale by BGAN A PBRRIE. 'a 29 St Corner of #th and E streets. NOTICE?" BE Copartnership heretofore existing under the name and firm of Dowell A Qimmel is this day dissolved by mutual consent. w. DO WILL, ja 29 Jt* O G1MMBL. MOORE'S WEST ?ND DRUG STOPS. 113 Penn. Avenue, South Side Felmbold's Ayer'e. Jayne's, and Burnett's Ar tie'es. together with a large stock of Pars Medi cines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles Soaps Ac., for sa'e as above. Also best Kerosine Oil and Lamp*. Ja ? Jw TENTS! T B N T 8 ! T T E N T 8 !! I Sutlers' Tents on hand and made to order at LILLY'S Awning and Tent Factory, streeM doors south of Penn. avenue. Oolon cation Bai'd ing. N. B.?Peoond hand Tents bought and sold, ja 29-lm* BEAT BARGAINS. J Prime Brown Sugar Only 12% ots Best Black Tea only 91 Best Green Tea only $1.50. Choice Malaga Grapes only 75 cts 8. BYANS, ja 29 St* 497 Ninth st., bst. D and E. PAPER HANGINGS. GOLD and VELVET, GOLD 8TAMPED and MEDIUM PRICED GOLD PAPERS. Also, a varied assor tment of GLAZED AND BLANK PAPERS at Ihe LOWEST CASH PRICES. FIRE BOARD PRINT8, STATU?8, CKNTKS PIECES, AO. NBW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS GILT BAND WINDOW SHADES. BUFF OB ANY REQUIRED STYLE OR fIZB JF 8HADB MADE f 0 ORDER OVAL PICTURE FRAMES, (War anted to be gilded with gold leaf The handsomest assortment in the Distr'ct* m the best manufactory in the souutrsr ,> Also, an assortment of DARK WOOD FBKMB3, with a beautiful variety of small sised OVAL and CARD VI8ITE FRAMES of foreign and do mestic mannfae'rnre. PICTURB CORD AND TAB8BLS. Different sises and oolors; PICTURE RINGS, NAILS, *?. Purchasing exclusively for cash the above goods (acoording to their quality) will be disposed of at as low rates as they can be purchased for in the District. No misreprentatioa made to effect sales. A call solicited from those needing the ab jve gonda. *y- Terms cash. J. MARKRITER Please remember the number?486 Seventh street, eight doors above Odd Fellows'Hall; and the terror?1)ash for goods and labor. ja W-Bt* <PHB SUCCESS WHICH HAS ACTBNDED 1 8BNOR bTRINI in this oity. prompts bios to devote four days, instead of two as heretofore, to Vocal Instruetion. A few more pupils will b? re ceived. Applications can be made at the Mosio str resof W. G. Metzerott and JobnF. Bills. ja?5 coat* PLEASE NOTICE THE FACT -Plain Seeing A ana Bmbioidery executed at the saorteot no tice and at moderate priees at the store recently opened on B street, No. 43# between 8th and 9ih streets, north side Particu!ar attention paid to tie manufacture of gentlemen's and la lies' Gar ments together with every description o chll ' * """" "i'ltsi" l" HO??? A H * * rsSA I'TIFPI HAKP. I have this day reeeived from the factory one "f the most teauUful Harps that has ever be n.Jfa seen In Washington. It will be sold rea on bl#' PIANOS I PIANOS I I have thirty Pianos now in store.an a>sor tment ne'er before eeualed in this oity Tr ey are from Oblckeiing A Sea*. Ballet, Davis A Co , Wm P. Emerson,IkbertTunas A Oo , being the oldest and best makers in United States. Prices and terng to suit Old Pianos taken in exchange Also, a beautiful HAND ORGAN, that p ays 'oar tunes, a splendid thing for ehiHrsn r? & JOHN F BILI", ja 80 3Q6 Pa. ar . bet 9th and nth su. TVOTICB TO ALL ISBABLI TBI-Tne ?ad*r 1 v signed takes great pleasure in inform I ig the Isrselitesof the District of Coin nbiasnl Tisfaity . that the? can procure Koefer Beef. Mutton, and Veal at Oen<* r Market, also at the North?'n Uh - erty Market of Mesars MYBR A BBBMR Mr Joseph Baits official s for them a- sboached. Ths sale Joseph Bar in having paaejd through an^es amination according to ?aws o Mo?ei. by the Bet. W Sax, Boston. Mass , pr.thePthday of-Januarr, 1S84, therefore Ve is duly Qualified to act ie this "joK** JOSEPH JOSBPH.