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WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. SENATE. Mr leigfl gave ncticr tbt.t on Monday , .il be 'l'i W propose i lie repeal ul . o much . f ih Until sttti n ! IliC law to fetoblleh . 1 ' 'die itl ftH.rte ot the U. H; mi hirizct I tic taking of Heposits wrttieul nut ice. The b:1l tro Mr. Seward el (he cum. fin 1 Commerce, sdmitting the ! ian built ship Ains, to register under the name ef St. An drew was piss"d. This beinp private bill dny, Mr. MalloryV ill from Committee un Naval ill.ii was Id ken i mnl i' -. ' This bill proposes to place on reserved )iet, out Of line at promotion, anil Upon Icatc-of-absence-p.iy, those captains, command, rs, nd lieutenants who re incapable uf service. ' Thi reserved list pay the officer as foL lowcifh leave, captains 81.800c COfflMon der S .600: lie u'enant $7. t, passed illd ehipmen COO: in sen service, tiuvy yard and ether dot! captains $2,300; commanders 1,000; licutcuunl 1,000; pas.ed iiii.lsliipir.en NO. A bill for tike relief of the private united brig Gen. Armstrong was taken up. Mr. Benjamin puke at length aud oppos ed the bill. The bill wis debated by Benjamin, Sew rd and City tcn.inil Bajrard until adjounment. Adjourned till munduy. Hatrac.-Tha House pasted a bill for the relief ol Behb n & Company, remitting duties n poedi eonfilCatrd in Mexico. The Hon went into committee on private V and 3r wen favorably reporteu to tha Hons, but Bjt finally acted 00, t litre bein;" no quorum. Adjourned. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. Senate nor in session. HOUSE. Tha IIuUSI took up and passed the thirty 'x pi imtc billa eooaidercd yesterday iu emu mittee. The Heme then WfOt into com. of lb whole on tin- privata calendar, The first bill on tha list balng that extend infj Colt'a patent lur the improvement ui fir arms for 7 year, a motion Was made to In; the lime lalde, on which a length diacui tlen areae with reference to the charges c bribery at the last ewaaion to secure its psi euge, and the 1 1 port, oi the com. oppoinl ed to inveetigato theaa chargea. Tho con luillee rt luted to lay us:dc the bill syeegl nays not counted. Tiie diaeuaaian on the '.eatim ny befoi the eotnmitto waa cob t iuut d ! until adjoun moot. WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. SENATE. Mr, Stu.nt presented a joint reialutlo frum the legislature oi Michigan, Instrttctir their Scnatori and requesting I heir Repn seiitutivrs to use their lust exertions to pri cure the putisge of an act prohibiting the ii troduction or existence jf slavery in .my te ritory, especially hlanaaa and Nebraska, ai to introduce without delay a bill for tha la tcr purpuae; and to pr.. ure the imtnedial repeal ol the act of Ibil), known sa the fl gttivo law. Mr. Cass said when some years Dpi, t! legislature ef Michigan instructed her deli gallon in Congress to vote for the Wilnii proviso, he sail he thould resign when culli upon to set. The legislature repealed thei in. true tious; therefore he did i ot resign.- Ho said ho should neiiher follow these i tructloai nor reaign, and proceeded to u his reasons. Mr. Stuart aiid that luiHolent unto tl day la tho evil thereof. ' When tha prop time caina ho should be prepared to act, Ulll then it was unnecessary to trouble the He ato with any remarks on the subject. Ola or memorials were iilao presented. Mr. UroaJii.'uu'a bounty land bill wu age taken up. 1 he House reaolullena were adopted by vote oi agaiuat 4J. The right lost , was sot apart for tha coi aidaration of bills ol a public charm tcr, r ported uudUi bo reported lioni the com. i Judiciary; si, a Tuesday tiio loth, f r tho co ilderatiun ofpublla bills Iron the com. i Kaval Affaire. Bounty Lmd Bill passed after being vi ouaiy amended. Adjourned. HOUSE. Mr. Witte sought to iutrodueo a aeriea ant. -Know Nutliinjf resolutions, but lw thirds reiused voting on th.it subject. He said he Wanted the vote to bo regard as a lest question 10 I aguitut IU. The remainder ol tho day was spent eoniiderlng the report ol the select uomin tee on Colt'a patuni case, heretofore nun several wnuiaaes refusing to appear and ti tify. .Mr. I. Stein r, uN the part ol the Commit) introduced two rraelutiOUa. One to e U m It. Chase Irouilhe Hall, ha haviug olated thu fUlOOi which prollibita any one tcroated in peiidiuo claims from oocupyiui seat as a reporter on the Boor, nod the oil requiring the Spckcr to Issue hla warruui the aergeant'ataruis ior the arrest ol Chase, to be held In custody li'l further dcr from the House, for refusing to appe to answer qUeetioOS ol the select COmiuilll Alter debatf the first resolution WOO ad. ted, snd the second lu.d on Hie table. Aojourni d. Wiiai's Coiuiu! A writer Ii tha Sloi man. who caiin Iiiuisi II "A I'luoresrive l)e ceral," has been laying down what ha 01 a l'l.itiorui for the i lino Deosoiraoy." I ilth aruch' reads as luioia: "A to la cr , In the laoguagool the Da neratic resolution ol '4$, WO w ill use all lei and huiioruble laasDI to hunt aud linallv radical the evil, there lore, i.o iiMire all Utatia," Judge I'au'.dio taid the n solutions of aj9 en th aokject l shivery were drawn w the view ol seeing how much could he s k without meaning anything. But here, tin new platform lor ihu kilive Deeioera wo haie the faulrest kind oi Fraraolllam,i the Utatturniin says of this "Progreaa Democrat" "he la an kbit, thirthing, hon marf,end now tor the Mrsl tune nk. In oaciayies a prou.iiiriit pesitiou winch w ill g prsciicsl effect to hie disinterested cll'oru kSjdHlll pol.lo ti prujjle-a ' True, Lte) Stateaaan put u dlaeloii to ' s-jiiis iinportaut parlicu'ars" mi tins i creed, hot tpeciiirs nolhiui; reserving right to ariakeaelectious according to ciret atauees. It Is willing to receive the ben of the Freesuil article, and cluuua Italia lb gcovrsl indorsement. We ahull n gt expect to eee the tilatcsinsn indorsing oroed ef ihe Know Nothings" r Sint eu'itel HIE BELMONT CHRONICLE.! - - - - - ii 'Ktrrnal hostility to every Torin of u r- I tinny over the laiml of Mne.' TtiUMi)Jf Morning, Fib. 1 , 1 Sou. j "The Laborer is Worthy of his Hire." Most emphatically in the above true in ev. ery avocation of life. From the I'rrsidcnt in hit executive mansion to the travelling linker, or the pedlar who hawki his wa.es about tho streets, every man who labors is deserving of some recompeti ce for his labor. Thi hod currier toil with his weary load up, up, up the ladder, and for his hard day's work work that strains evi'ry ii Tie, and calls ill lay every muscle hi receives pro bably S'.oO Per day. The day-laborer upon OUI highway toils stcadi'y4for 12 lung hour in the broiling sun or in thn chill in blast, "rain orshine" hi t till Ud fjjr the sum 01 14 cents or nriy be SliOO per day . The indus ' trious inechinicworks at hi beneh or anvil ,for the stun of ll,60 per day, Upon these ' sums the majority of them support remllleo, and soj.port them comfortably, and Home of i vsn luxuriantly . They COnstltUlO OUt DOSt class of Cllltent. fi'.ucrally lion' s', and in ' te ligi nt, they are reliuble in olmost any 3ta- tion t lit y nre culled upon to fill. Again, out '. profcssiunul follow citiz'i lis the doctors, tin clergy, and the lawyers, are-each nnd ever; one entitled to fair compe nfation for thei I services. Generally Speaking they are I ' usclul class, doing good to all dishonCI members of either profession are t!ie excep 1 tioii and not the rule. The Farmer plow his ground, sows his grain, aud with a I'm reliance on that Providence who "doeth al tilings well'- await the due course ef nutur , for his recom pense. It comes, and hi In i bor has met its d ie reward. ; But there are a class of men who are nr L! entitled to the Aire they ask. True.theroat f . leveral such classes, but wo du not re lur no- if I to any common loafer, we allude to men - beta ol Congress. They may be said to b " (servants though they undoubtedly are ' "hard leokmaetofo, reaping where they hav hot sow n." For a long time their pay lit r been tiffki dol ors per day, -fatty TtH.lt pi i- mil" for tract the enjiytnent of the Irani ing privilege and about $1200 worth i books, iScc. Common pers mi would suppoi tii.it tbi' wou!d be c nun : Ii lo aatlafv the di n ' !( sires o! any reasonable men. but the peop have yet to learn that Congressmen, 1:1 poor u!iver Twilt In the story, astoui '" their inaateri, the dear people, by trying U j moir. m A bill is now ponding in the fcienut . raising the pay of members of Congress I e $13 par day. Think of il yo nu n who to ' day alter day lor a weikor may be lw WOvkl lor the same sum! Here are a set i ic ! men d einanding $12 per day lor t heir labo ,t andyct tin y do not work six hour a dey. id Now we UUtt say, that, under the preaei 1 circumatanceei we are rr.oat decidedly opp sed to such advance. The present Cougre e have nut been tusy in doing good. Not oinirto ujI ol theirs hail tended directly toll spread of civilisation or republicanism n "j thing they have done has reflected honor i I tho country, t)u the contrary, they ha I svu iudered our lime uud money on usele things they "have Uonu many things th "' ought not to have done, and left undone u 1 ny thing they ought to have "done" th have spread the areo oi human slavery ma I- our legislative halls a alovo mail lor tral e in human Bcell covered our llag with shai refused protection to the people of t North Weal in their cleuresl rights yet, an " ' all Ihis, tight doUart a day it loo titUc'. It rm too much, Infinitely too much, under the pi lent slate ol afl'airs. Men must not expe when they come to serve tho people in a public capacity that they are to ICIJU p. wealth in that lervieO. Mr. Uailgcr need I judge the people of the Nartli by t lie doug laee specimens he sees in tho present Co ' grc.ss. They are free free to I peak, a .,. think, i' nil walk about upon Qod'l trie le; j earth Wherever they pleaao to go, uud kn, " no earthly inuater, and fear no tyrant's lot Mr. Badger need not expect lu eat his brc. ee in the sweat ol fJlltr brows, lor he cannot ii- it. Ii limy be lie custom where he cat ill I from, but il is Ml uliar to 'hat section, a ' '' he cannot cngralt hil pceuiitr notions on t hard niochanie the North. io ' ,1,1 ! Till subject ul raising the wage of C( or-lgreiimon i one of serious import. On j tests for he oAeo nre stormy enough lie ami wo dread to think what they would p- I , , , , I III case Ihu pay was incrc iscd Jijty rr iv Il any change is uiado in thi inulter we thi , that the franking prit liege, a bieh i a gr s" swindle on the people should be ubolish "'" then th postal aystcm might support Use lis ls We my allude to this subject again. OUR LUXURIES. Tbs following item an- n portion nf ihn impi v1 uni el liMtoe total imporu oi tha n or is e-, within ot'.' 1 IVU Uigsrs i,93t,69l I oil " I I 'HSI.i.U l.npiors 0,900,671 '4H Wilivl ,W6,M1I ul, Tubal co I PStl.sot Tl a DU.tftiU.OUl aid ! . in ! Total M,79I,4I7 cy, j And yet we complain of ftjrdl limes. Sj . ""' marly 20,000,000 lor loreign liquor und , . bacco annually, articles Hut never did i eat , ' Ufe 9 particle of good, and that odd not i ike . pemiy to our nalioiiul wealth, yet we c hj plum thsl the limes are to hard I kn I uv ce gel along fuues are nut aa bard aa tl evv will be, for the reason that nothing i Uj Hiu iu the i, !. wsy yet to remedy Iheni. mi-, our people would discontinue aemo of tl lVj luxuries tkavy might possibly Bud a pwei " surplus ill tho exchequer than al present ,je j Besr in mind, how ever, ihe twenty Itlli I lor rum and tobacco tint race only the ln led articles, the domestic aiticie consult ay our people will aino.mt to four tim t that imounl. 1 NEW PUBLICATIONS. Thu January aunvhef of Il'iic woml't Mag- . . ISllM la before us. I's contents are: The i conduct of Ihe war. Civilisation; The to n-I sus, Education ElldeOI I romance, I'artll;' Ituril economy ol Ureal Britain and Ireland; i Mr. ThahefNy and his novels; Peace & Pa- J triotism; The hlory of the campaign writ- ten iu a tent in the Crimea, Now is o very j good limo to subscribe far the reprints of I Lootiafd l-'cott& Co, The fou reviews snd Blatkood ure only $10. Eilhof MM year, Any IWO of them $j. 4 copies lor j Sill). The postage on the four reviews to any pan of the Union is 80 cents a year.via: 14 cents for each Review ; and 'J I centa for Dlaokwood. 0-7"Wo are indebted to the Editors for the j January No of the Oi rtias of the Writ, pub lished a. Cincinnati, and edited by Coates,, Kinney, and Win. T. Cofftlhall. It is a spicy monthly containing 32 pages of Trad ing matter from the pent of Western au th en. We sec no reason why a magazine can net be supported in the Great West as well r ai in the BatUm cities, and here we have J an opportunity of patroniiing a home litera ture, and judging from the present number, r(a solid and Utofttl litersturo. I TtrmeSl per annum. . OT1"4"'3- Paddock &. Minsfield of Cin .'cinnall have purchased Jno. L. Dye's Hau - ill trior, and it is now published by them un I der the nime of United Malts Eai,k Mirror Terms: Semi-monthly 2,00; Monthly $1)60 Every man ol business should lake a relia ble Detector, which we believe thistobe. 11 j The Ttrapar't Magazine for February ii e promptly received. This publiculioii is devo l led lo the interests of the Temple of Hon jr, '" and by the member of that order should bt e liberaily supported. Il has a corps of talent ed contributor, wiiose articles make il ai intereattng publication. Termi si,ooperan num. J. WadlWurth, Editor Sl Publishei Cincinnati, O. t-j f The Ohio Journal of Education fur Febru ;e ary is "out" in good time. Fur teachers thi : is an iuvaluuble publication. The presen lo number cont ains the proceedings of the Htati ;e I Teacher' Institute, anil tho proceedings o id the CollVenllon )f School Examiners. I w ... iri L. ! Me-We lire pleated lo bear from nur frieni j I)r- IVi7.s Dellass ence mure, lie make jl Irs appearance as the editor of the Amci , iran, at Btauntan, Va. Tho Doetc jl "pitches iu" to tin American Reform move r ment w ith great v'gor. l The Bm in the title of a neat little nape ' issued by the icbolara in the District school "jut Bridgeport. It eontalna untrlbutlon Irum the puplla, and firms a very Uiofol np " pcnlage to the school. It is i'a monthly pi " "riodicai, containing lelectione from th '"Daily V WceWy newspapers of the Uridgi J" 'l "port District School. Edited by V. VV " "Roblmon AtH. (1. Affleck. Printed Ii B. TuMi bardlne Affleck." Wo will be ba py tt exchange with the lice, and herewil IU" proffer our (j:- and our best wiihea. The Double Baby at Lancaster. lie We stated n CW days since, that a stron case ol malformation had occurred at Lencai ler in this State, and promised a more Iu description of the curious production, whic we Imped to rain at the hands of some of oi i medical friends. As thoy, however, fro a. some cause or other, do not incline 'n do i , we have put several of them under cross es 'lamination, and intend to embody in our ow n language what we have learned. Our frlei 're j prof, N. T. Marshall, of the Medical Co ol legp of Ohio, and perhaps others of the cit; I,. have seen the prodigy, which is, withot doubt, one of Ihe most remarkable freaks i " nature known t science, or recorded in hi n lory. The February number of Ihu Westei eu Lined, published in (his city, will cental as we are informed, a full scientific doacrlj , linn of the wonder, ill Fn in the lower extremity of the brea '"' bone where the junction of the two bodil do t;,kes place upwards, there are tho uppi no parti of tWO perfect und well-developed il j fantl two heads, two pair of arms, lw I t chests, two itomaoha, two hearta, two pair lungs, and two livers. From the same poi i downward, the blending of tho two ayater in Into one becomes mure and more ii timat in. Until it seems almost perlect aud cumplele.- , The intestines, und all the lower organs, a '1 in common with common termini, ami ti '''' , legs made up of the right leg of Me and tl Ml. efl leg ol the other aru a pair, alanding nit the proper position relative to each oil er ui to the organs in their vicinity. . I In the rear, however, the union is less pe ' feet, (hire being two well-developed spun '' each terminating in a teparale os coccygi i and, w hat is perulisrly st'unge, the two i ; ner legs, dislocated at the hip joints, a i throw n backwards and Upwards, and joint - j together, are found passing under the In ! skin of Ihe back ol 'he body u on tho rigl the feel being extricated and Handing i heel to livel, nearly in its lace. The child is a female, with apparcntly pcrlect texual orgauix ition. Tim bodies i not exactly Isce each other, hut are mo nearly lace to face than aiue to side. Oi Mid i app iruntly somewhat more robust than t other, audit is evident that ie. many of t characteristics of their OOOotitUtloni they a "'y different. As one is capable of sullen ue while the other is unconscious of pain, il I. . lows that their nervous systems are sever ml 'ro'" w'"c'' 11 wt up:oio, lu be iulerr that, in case ihey should survive, each w liy poetess a character and individuality of Je own. If This s'.rano phenomenon i the ujTapri of respectable parents ol l.aucsatur. .' li r though dslie ilO, it i thought the cliiuees a iu luvor ol it sorviving. 'ihe case i in I ' hand ol Dr. Bo 'slier, one of tho ujdest pli 'u aleiaUl of Ihe State, whose skill in its tj'ei lOfa ment is spoken of in term of high eemin oed '''ion. ('in. Com. From the San Feancisco Herald. Gold Exports during the Year. The following table givet the snioitnt ol iold iniinifi sled, as exported during l8M! Total. Destination V. S. j Innoary 63 MAiMl OS -J.!D3.82.- 80 rebruiry 1,17 rtM ft l.fll.W5 March 4,io3,i84 no S WOsl.WS j April 1,608,039 80 a.i77.20B 83 : May 6,!l32,fij3 45 6,08,M1 82 , Julio 4,2!l,7tS 30 3.084,530 19 ' July 3,050,778 HO 8,787,808 88 August 5,919,383 88 8,444rMl 38 BeplCttibvr 3,963,4 17 115 808,889 84 October 4.50(i,fi5il 87 3,048,837 40 November 4,97,888 89 4,407,781 02 December 2.0 10,021 42 1,168.441 05 Total 149,819,791 85 48,698,90l 30 It w ill bf observed that ttlJ thipiin nts of (old, tuken by the steamers leaving on thn 1st of the month, are credited to the prece ding month, becaUe alwafl manifested at ihe Cuitom-HoUlO On the day before the de Iparture ol'tlie steamer. Hence it is that the 1 shipment for December appears so small; for 'according to the arrangement of the table the treasure which will be taken by the sleu i mf of Jan. I, 1855, would, il InoWn, propei. iv belong lo the month of December, )8.4 ' To obviate this difficulty, and show the actu ' ul export duning theyeLr, we restore the ship I men! by th stoamtrs .hat left Jan. 1, 1851 not included in the above, amounting to $1, ! 886.31 1, wliicb, added to the total exhibilci above, will raitethe grand total of exports o 'Gold during the year to 161,608,188, und U 1 the Atlantic States to 46,418,6I8,80. Tin I total exports ofGld for the year 1853, wen ' 654,900,956, or $V400,824 mmo than lliosi of the pri sent year. The follow ing rompar I ison of our hipments during tho past fou years, will be found valeable ai well as in 1 teresting. .1 Gold exported in 1851, $31,492,000 l Gold exported in 1852, 45,770,000 ' Gold exported in 1853, 64,900,950 Gold exported ill 1854, 61,500,132 Total, 3(180,084,088 1 ; John Mitonkll akh thk Kaow-Notmaoi The New York Citizen, of the 20th ItlOt the paper established in New York by Mi . Mltoho I, says in referOOOO to his rcceptio , in Cincinnati: j It was to be expected that in the focus c ' Know Nothlnglam where its great Nutiom " ' Couneil was latoly held, John Mitchell alio' , meet with opposition; und the Know Noll ling! are right in opposing him, for in hu they have found a inari who has got somethin . Injhim a man who has done more to expo: ' the hollow humbug of the Anti-American j cret "Order" thun any other writer in tl United States. ' This, doiiblli sB, will be grati'ying to thoi F members of the City Council who voted hi j a public reception. Mr. Mitchell ought t j bo I e last man to oppose any class of cit I ' ens who seek to inluse American prino'pll j into American politics. When in Irclan 'tho labor of his life was to infuse Irish pril " ciples into Irish politics. So intense wi r hil dislike to foreign influence thut he idvi . ' cated civil war, to rid bia country ol what I culled English policy and English rule. Or of the great complaint! of himself und frieni .Isgainatthe English Government, was il 1 appointment ol Mr. Campbell, n Se.it cliniui s to au Irish judgeship. They considered it direct IniUll to the whole Irish nation, th - a Scotchmen lliould b made a Jtnlgn in Ir i. In nil. Mr. t.nmpliell tass a man of abilil and a Liboral, aud is ujw, we believe, a ltri lih Peer, and the author of that great wor '" "The Lives of the L ird Chancellors." l . was right for Mr. Mitchell to advocate Iris y men for Irish office!, when in his own COU , try, why is il wrong lor Aniericuus to nil v cnto Americans for American olBcca in tl; ' country! The Young Ireland parly also h secret eociftiei und clubs, und Mr. Mltehl was a member ol one of them, the 82 clu Whi ther he was a Ribbon man (anotll '' secret political society) wu knorv not, b " the Ribbon societies were thn allies of tl " Irish party. As to the exclusiveness ol t Amerlean p.irly, it is notorious that near ,r every office in Ireland, from the highest m the lowest, Il filled by a nalive ol that cuu try. Cin. Oat, - Wool and Woolens. IU I'oor as we arn lisirt ns loe times nre t '" ki'owedged to be, we cannot afi'ord to do o ' own work, raise our own wool, or muko c 11 own chillies. We have too much corn a " rotten to raise, too much whiskey to diet! ' too many -politicians to serve, and our Ian 11 are too cheap and too rich to be fully a thoroughly improved. Wo permit strangi ' not only to pull tho wool over our eyes I our shoulders. To ome to figures wo ce "l some annually in this country, nearly 20 18 I 000,000 lb of wool, nnd of this, according r the census of I860 only 52,780,174 lb wt j produced within our own limits. Tho i 0 I mainder, bought and paid for. .Kstimati DH last year's product at 69,000,000 lb. we hi 1,1 the follow ing statement of the consunipli 14 of 1850. ' Wool grown in the United Statss, lb. 80,000 1 Wool Imported in Use raw slats, lb. 8i.ft95,l re ' Imported i" aoolen fabrlpi, lb 119,148,1 o: I The imports of Wool in made fabrics ie ' the year ending June 20, 1854, show that in ; increase upuutheyoar ebote ir.outiuned id 20,000,000 lb, while the itoeipts of Wool i the row stale have declined. Now cam r-' our farmers turn their attention to the i s, I proved breeds of sheep with profit! T v; uiunufaclurers are already talking of petitii n-' to obtain a removal of duties but if this wi re 1 done, the finer varieties would be but slig d iy efl'ected. There ure u thousand hills ie I Kentucky aud Indiana, and other portions it,' the West, which. as well as the lighter le jp lands, weuld afi'ord abundant psalurage. must bo remembered that the short mild w a ' ters render the expense of sheep growing io i these latitudes far les thun among re j Green and While mountains of Vermont a ne ' Now Huinpshire. lie l he How FiLLasil Haaav A. Wiss used re; declare, in Ihunder tones, lint "Gen. J' ng ' aoa was a L'surier, a Dictator, and a Tyra, .l In Congress and out of it, he was the op al,! constant, and bitter denuuncer of the iner ed j the meuro of the Jackson era. No u ill did more lo rouse '.lie country to the shat in ! ful corruptions of the Jackson, Van Uu i dynasty. rtg And yet the Democracy of Virginia h Ll- nominated this same Wist as their candid re for Governor, They have so far lost lli he respect aud venerationor Jackson, as to y- aAow their best gilti upon hia fiereest revi il- To this has tho reverence for the Hero ( No v Orleans fallen! lias the world e icc a purslld case! 0. 3. Journal. I RAILROAD MEETING. Pursuant to adjouriiinent of n former m et ing, I number f the citizens of tnwii nd ' vicinity assembled on Saturday last, at Ihe ' uflice ol the Probuie Judge. I Thu report ol the committee appointed al 1 previous meeting was re id, an-', alter due conaideration, adopted. RAILROAD MEETING. REPORT OF THE COMMITEE! Your ('ummittee h ive considered the sub jects referred to them, and report thut they are unanimously of op,iilos that the citir.eus ol St. UlalrtVllla and it vicinity, In subscri bing stuck lo the proposed It ud, considering ,111)! present question as to its Route, slieuld subscribe their stock upon coftdititloni that the road is locuted and constructed over the St. Clalnvilli summit, and kltwoen the North boundary line ol said Town, and 'he South boundary line of the farm oi Kobt. M. l Wllaine, I 2nd That the money paid on account of said stock, shall be paid nut by the compa ny on contracts for Construction of ss.d Hold iu Belmont Conn'y. i 3rd. The subscription sSall not be deli v 1 ered le the Company, nor binding upon the ' Stockholders, until such committee as (hall ' bo appointed by the subscribing stockho! ' j tiers, or a majority of stock, for that p irpose, ' or a majority of them shall be well satisfied ' j that said Road will ultimately and within a i reasonable time, be completed. 4th. That the said Company shall agree ' to build a suitable station House at the St. ' j CUirsville summit, for the accommodation of 1 . the Travelling Public. Your committee have ' j had other propsitions which Ihcy think are embraced w ithin the terms ol the reference, ! upon w hich they have come to no cotic'u loOi ' They have thought better thai those proposi r tions should be referred to a standing com mittee, to be appointed by this meeting. There are various interests in different pla ces, to bo affected by them, and we think those representing such interests should be consulted. We advise that consultation and co-operation he secured wilh the stockhol ders of the City ol Wheeling, Bridgeport Uuiontown, and Flushing, und that the im portance and propriety of construe ting tin I. said Road, begiln. Ing at the Eastern Termin i us in Belmont Couniy, be sub oittcd for tin action ul said meeting, in cuns.iitatiun a : i n co- operation1 We recommend to this meet ing, Ihu appointment of a large committee o ,r Property Holdera in whom you have confl' , dunce. J This committee, we think, should be per muiieut, and should have pu rer to fill vsean n cies in its ow n body, except in cases of tern' g porary absence ol members. That one third of the whole number should h a quorum .. and that a majority of the quorum ihoull 10 have power tu decide all quest ions, excep that they ahull not have power to deliver thi IC stuck subscription to the Rail Koud Compa Ul nice: that il to be done alone, by the spe : ciul Comtl ittcc us mentioned iu the 3rd pro j. position above. s The gentlemen named below wereappoin i, ted to perforin the duties of the CvminittOi i- named in the fourth proposition, is Judge Cowen, Hon II. Ruggles, j- Judge Alexander, JohnTaggarti ic Judge CarotherOi John Close, c J. E. Grove, II. McCartney, Is Win. Hooker, i. M. Wilkim, 10 Gen. Wi ir, Rohl. Thoinpsoll, I). Peck, Lewis Sutton, a S. Bentley, R. B. Ryan, it Dr. Alexander, Abner Lydge, T. 11. Gouin, Robt. Thompson, y. Tliom. Thoburn, l" This comiiiittee will meot at the Proban judges' office, ou Sat onpaT, the 17th lnt JAMES WEIR, Pres't. S. GRESSINGER, Sed'y. Promised Exposure of Mormonism. in The Huston Tunes publishes a letter da II ted at Chicago, und purporting to be wrlltOI b. by one of Brighain Young's "spiritual vivos, er who has become disgusted with MormonUrrj ut and abandoned her lurd w ith the design e e showing up the mysteries of the system t lie which she has been u victim. The Time ly slates that the letter comes to it from a ri 10 sp'.uisihlo source. The writer of the lettl u- says her parents became followers of th celebrated Joe Smith at an early duy, ai emigrated to Nauvoo. After the death i Smith and the driving o! his followers fro ic- their settlement, tl.ere wa contention fi ur the leadership in the Church, and a pa it r joined Colunel White uud moved with him I ud Texas. Young ubtuined the leadership i II, those who settled in the valley of Sail Lak ds His disgusted "wife" now writes: nd Colonel White is u worthy man compan ire with our great, or rather notorious B igha iui Young, notwithstanding he lias been forth n- last three years my lawful husband, that i ),- according to their laws and rules. But fi to the last twelve months I have seen cmiug re to latiely me; for wrat I don't know abm re- Mormo nism is not worth knowing. Tin ng have secret plots and objects which tie ve mean to uccomplish. They censure the go on eminent for not protecting them in all the hellish works. For all this tbey mean t w have satisfaction. W My object in writing th's is lo warn in '00 femule friends to boware of the false propl ur its who are daily sent out Iro'.n the Grei Suit City lo deceive tho people. It il li intention lo travel through the United Stat " j and visit all the principal cities, und lectin 101 on this great and important subject, to ca m' lion all young people who should be t j u 'le I fortunate ai to be led unto the ungodly tru ns Beware I In Buston I shall deliver my first lectur '' as that is my native city. 1 have onu youi '" lady iu company, who also left the jlormo , with uie. She has renounced the doctrine , and will help me in my leclure. Wo sha . both be prefix, and show Mirmunitm in i Jv true colors, which you never huv had in yo ln enlightened State. Had it been represent in its true light, and it object ti Id, the '" would not have been a follower left in swe New Engluud toittjr such a set ol impostei fori can call them nulhing else, known t0 them to be such. :a- U.' tn, low A Seiator ElkcT We are happy I announce (hat ihe Legislature 1 1 Iowa h ian I eleeted'James Harlan, Republionn, to tl ne-' United State Sonate. Mr. Harlan is a pr rcn feasor in Ml. Pleasant College, and is in of derided abflity. The Nebraska mea ive bsndoned their man Ddge, aud voted f ate Cook, u silver gray Wing. But. il did n tor prevail. This is the first fruit uf the gre bttt uprising of tbi people of the free Slate -ier. We shsll a.'to elect Senators in Illinois, I of diana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Yoi ver -Sic. The uood liu e i last coming. lO.S.Journal. How to Make Kaow Nothings. John Mitchell Is fast making himsell nolo- loui. Il hi was never any wm-r than he Plisjurs tn beat th preseut time, il is i er airtly no wonder thn he totally failed to ur -ouiplish luy good for his native lull I In a late number of Ihe "Citizen, " the lii-h paper established by him in New-York, i essays to give inline to the Irish compa nies n M lieaohlleltli Hint have been dis lianded by ord-r ol' 1 lie? GoVOfnuf of that State. We copy the following extract rom it that our peeplo nriy see 'he folly and recklessness nf this man: For every musket given in to the State Armory, LErTUKRO he 2 FVNCHAMfl FiiRTii with; let independent companies be funned, ihrlce as numerous us lilt disbanded corp'i lliere are no Arms Acis yet ind Lkt tVIttY rilUF.ll.SKIl" UK URILI.KD AND TRAINKI1, ASU HAVE HIS ARMS ALWAYS HEAHY. For you may be very sure (having som experience in that matter) that those who begin by dis arming you, mean lo do yuii mlsOtliOf. Be careful not tu truckle in the smallest particular lo American prejudices. Yield RUT A SISULt JOT ur YOl'R OWN', tOU YOt HAVE AS UOOD A RlliHT Tl) YOUR l'REJUIHl T.S AS tlilT. 9o MoT, R Y ANY MEANS, lUrPH Gariuser's BlttC (thi Protestant Bible) To IIK THRt'ST DOWN YuL'R THROATS. Do not ubandnn your post, or renounce your func I tiuns, as citizens or suldiers, but after resort to the last and highest tribunal of law open I to you; keep the Peuce; attempt no "demon ! strations;" discourage drunkenness, ARC STAND TO YOUR ARMS. j It is hardly to be conceived that the mail j ness of faction and the insolence of race j will proceed" to si)?!' 8 !J'!s 4s io 'I'sorrr. ( independent companies, or private men. Ii i they do, then the constitution is at aj : end tiie allegiance you have swurn tl this Republic is annulled. .! Would to G ul that thoughtful and jus Americans would bethink themselves in tiim ; They are strung, they far uutnumber tin furcign burn: they are proud jinc llushe with Datil nil glory and prusperity. duubt , liss they can, if they will, do great und gre vious wrong to a race that has never wrung ! cd them: but seriously, earnestly WE Al SURE THEM. THE NATURALIZED CIU1ZEKS W1L ; ROT aUBHtT. This oenscless feud must b I I reconciled: there must be peace: peace, c else a war or extermination. We ai fi here, un American ground, either as citizen on as enemies. I "The Best CrTTZEXs." Ths fo!l:in; account of thi m iterlal ofw'iidiour "bc citizens" is made is !: the pen of Wen 1 dll Philips. Mr. Philips was in Iurop i lately and describe! things as hn saw then I Wo have no doubt that he describes the t properly and accurately, and if the edito i ' the Washington Union thinks such poop .are the s!die-yto occupy "the foregroui .In every battlo-flsld lUumlntted by the - merican fl ig," he is perfectly welcome to 01 joy his creed. We shall nut envy his po - session. -' Mr. Philips says: Iu Italy you will see a man breaking ti his land with two CO we and the roit of a tre for u plow, while he isdre.-sed in skins wit the hair on, In Rome, Vienna and Dresde if you hire a man to saw your w o id, he ooi not bring a horio, II j never hid on;, his father before him. But puts one end the saw on the ground and the other on h breast, and lak ng Ihe wood in his hand, ru gainit the aaw. tii sjjtnn fact thai I Florence, a city filed with triumph a of a : thero is not a single uiijur, and if a oarpOl , terwpuld bore a hole, hi dues lUwith a r hot poker! This results n it from a want industry but of sagacity of IllllUgllt, T I ueoplo are by no means IJIO. Tney ti early and late, men, Woman and thildrt with an industry tiiat lhainei u la bor lav . Yankee. Thus be make labor that ll - poor may live. In Rome ctltreoal is priiK i pal y used for lul, aud yuu will see a stri " of twenty mules bringing little sacka of , upon their backi, when one mule would dri if il all in a cart. But the charcoal vend o never had a cart, and so he keeps his mul s and feeds them. Tnis is from no want industry, but lliere is no competition, ir Yan teejulways looks haggard at. d nervoi e us though be worn chasing a doll ir. Wi id us money is everything; and when we abroad we are surprised to find that tho d ,i lur has ceased to be almighty. If it Yank ir refuses to do ajob for fifty cents, ho will pi rt bublyo It foru dollar, und will certainly to it fur five. But onu of tho luzzaruni of N if pies, who Iiub earned two cents and eat a. them, will work no more that nay if yuu uf him ever so large a sum. He hus earn d enough for the day and wunls no mure. I in there is no eagerness tor mak ng money, e motive for it, snd everybody moves slowly, a, .ir fJWe ore tola that the dead-heads h the Nov York Central Ruilruad have b jl cummendubly slaughtered since the n y year. The press, we are glad to say, is i y tirely cut oft". We did hope to chronicle v- clean sweep; but every cumpjny seems ir have its weak point, and the Control has o exception. They have given a few tickets very particular friends of the Raad.'and a ! y eral allowance lo members of the Legislate i- Having thus luih d to reform t'te very wor it feature of the free-ticket system, Wo oani iy just now think of any better iinprovoun M fur next year than lo do their bribery w e hard cash. u- At present, one member may travel thr a- five or ten limes aa much oa another, tl ii! leaving us al1 in the dark as to the act price of "influence.'' The cash system v e, be cleat and explicit, and show the public Ig a glance just how much the Company ei ns mate each member's inlluei.ee or vote, s. whatever they buy, to be worth. Let it II cash, gentlemen, and add a new and inter ts tiugfeature to our market reports, as thus ur "Leuislative Good-Will. Demand ttd live; supply large. Sumo leading rneuiti re were taken up to-day by the Central Riiln et Company at improved rites. Snooks, s, country member, brought Si 00. Big ig Chairman of the Comhiillee on Rsilrot wont tor 1.000, cash in hand a great b gain." N. Y. Tribune, Jan. 'J6. a (fcJTA live toad, in a terpid state, was cently dug out of "hard pan" at It o mil, Vt. aome Iftecnfeet below the surla where he mutt hav reputed for ceriurtei On being laid on the gre he scon rteov jr ed, and hopaed off lo (.'ive the worm i u the bug of the 19th century aspeimen (, antediluvian skill in snapping them up. Small, for hii age, but lively. n Jesse D. Bright, the new President of k Senate, is a citieen ol Indiana, but own large farm aud a number of slave iu K lucky. Temperance in Indiana. The Bfoukvillo American say thai fuw HJM igo, acjuim tteeofiix of Ihe ! . Brewtville wtited on every liquor NHtl in the place, With a pi tiliun lo quit the tmtic nets. They ty In their peiitum, that "tire business ll In direct opposition lo ihe laws of God, and all good municipal laws, and in epoettioa to the will oflhri con .nraatty that ii la the miner ol our huibindii suns, tsth er and brothers," and they therefore huhi bly pny that ll be stopped. For fear en-, treaties might not be of uny avail, they ap pend ihu following: jjir: We come lo you as weuk and dolen acless women, bul our wrongs anJ our injor i s make our weakness strength, and usellte this our prayer be heard, "there is not a Ithinff undCT High Heaven th world around, j OUR WILL MASTERKTil NOT." This petition is signed ly tun hundred and forly-eiyht I idies of Brookville, whole nnmesiiro published in lull by the American. With such a force backing up such a deter mination, ibe liipiur idler may find it for 1 their udvuntage to quit. fjr-An E.ectien was held in Cleveland, on the 8d lnet. to chuoso Director fee tho Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Bridgeport Rail Road. Their names are us follows: Joshua Hanna, Pittsburgh; H. Stowe, Beaver; S. Biady, Wheeling; Alex. Djyle, Steuben" ' ville; J. S. Mcintosh, We'lsville; Cyrus' ' Prentiss, Ravenna; W. A. Otis, Z. Fitch, i Moses Kelly and John A. Footc, Cleveland; j aud 11. C. Kingsicy, Connecticut. Mr. Rockwell was elected President, and Mr. i 1 Prentiss, Vice president, il - Naturalization. Governor Price, of N. I Jers y (Democrat,) in his late annuul mes i sage, thus expresses himself in regard to tho naturalization laws: "A law prohioiling t our courts from naluralizing f ir a period of I lim previous to St ilo elections would be '. 9 tended wilh beneficial results and add grea I ter purity to our ballot-box, which must be - vigilantly guarded. It is just upon the evo - of an election, wlo;n party spirit runs high, - :hat foreigners are sought alter by partisan, and brought before the courts fir niturnliza L tlonj and it is usserted that the court feessro e often paid by them; indeed, it has been un ir ' derstood fur u long lime lhat it costs foreign O I era nothing for their naturalization, if they s, , a-e not frequently paid lor becoming citizens. Evil practices should be checked, and any measures adopted by Congress will be enfor ; ced by this Stato." it The First Baby is a Nlw Citt. In a e letter from Kasas, dated Lawrence, Nov 25tti, i. it is stated, "al a meeting uf the Association, m a few evenings since, it was voted lo present if to the child o!' Mr, and Mrs Carter a first le class city lot, the AmoclaCon to have tho id privilege of naili ng the fi st lu ! born in t- Ll wren, e, and his Heme now stands Law- i- rence Caftcr." OCrEvcn John Mitchell, in his paper, the Citizen, makes the liillowingaJinissijn which is pretty weil furor. Irishman, who is going p to Russia t o shun the ' Know N things." e "I will avow nt once my opinion, that the h naturalization lawsol the Dniird States reriui- i, re changing, that howevor needful the may a have been for promoting population and in- or traducing labor in time past, they nre too lib- of eral now, and that nol ody in the world be is entllhd t jc ra lain .n the least if Congress bs should at any session limit within any bound in i m ght eee tit the creutimo-f citiz-n by rt, adoption. The new law woulJsaon be kn iwn i- and nj foreigner coming here lor th-v Id fdture would run the ri.-k of being cheated." " or lie BoDTHRRM DsPE iKN'.'E ur is THE NoRTII ii! Wu make lha following extra .t Irum a speech ll, ma le by .Mr. ALBERT PlKE, til thn Southern ig Convention recently held iu Churletton, 8. ie C. Said Mr. Pike': i- " it time thai ice should lnok about us. and ng see in what relatiop we iland to the North it From the rattle with which Ihe nunc tickles the iw ear of the child born in the South, lo the shroud er thai covers the coil form of Ihe dead, teetL'thinjf es sotin lo us from the IVorth. We rise from ol between sheets made in Xorthcrn looms, and pil A tome of Northern feathers, to wah in basins -is, made in the North, -dry on. bear's on North til em towels, aud dress ourselves iu gurments go wove.l in Northern looms; we eat from North-al- ern plates and dishes; our rooms are swept ee with Northern brooms, our gardens dug with o- Northern spades, and our Lread knaaded in do trays r dishes of Northern wood or tin; and a the very wood which feeds our fires is cut en ) with Northern axes, helved wilh hickory fbf I brought from Connecticut and New York." ed Sj I Sold. A clergjinan having on a certain no I occasion, delivered nimscl! of what is called ii tine address, was met by one of his hearers the next day, when in the course of converse oli tion, allusion was made to it, the parishoner i n remaikjd ill t hehad a book containing every sw word of it and hud 1 eard it before. To this :n-1 the clergyman boldly asserted that the address a I Waa Written by himself the week previous to to its delivery, and therefore the assertion could ej not be correct. Th e nextdsy he received a to splendid Copy ef Webster's Dictionary . ib- lrfl Amewsixg Under this head an exchange at tells the following: "A cat belonging to a ot I widow lady of Ohio, lately tat upon a half ! dozen duck's eggs, and continued he atten- I tiont until tho eggs were hatched; und there is a fi ne brood uf six youngones, half duck ; and half cat, having duck heads and cat tails; luibut what is more vtonderful.jthey mem and J,: 1 ouocA alternately." lill' V j Worth Kkowikg, ir True. It is nid 1 that a auiall pie cefof retin dipped in the w a u ter which is placed in a vessel on thi itove ' w ill add a peculiar property lu the atmosphere : uf the mom, which will give relief te persona troubled with a cough. The heat of tha wa " ' 1 ter is sufficient to throw off the aroma of the . resin, and gives the same relief aa afforded ' j by a combustion ef the resin. It ia prefers- ble to the combustion becauae the evapora j'; lion ti moredurable. The lame resin way ' i be uied lor weeks. FROM WASHINGTON. re- Feu. S. Ex-Mayer Maury died at I It- I clock this afternoon. Hi loss is universally ce, I regretted by tho whole community. It ia . I said lie ipenl in charities while Mayer, doub-er-1 le the amount ofjhis salary. He waa Pree ind ideut of the Metropoiitsn Bank al the time of of hi death. I St : . . ii ia Aus-raALU A gentleaaM (adjust returned :iroin Au.ifalia rather abject te mutters. For llesping three nights on a lu. bedtstuTc'l with e!.im thelli and broken "jofecke'y, h was charged thirteen dollar.