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1 4ijOitift W. FORNEY.
°Fitton, No. 417 01110135 NUT STREET,
pAILY
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Mailed to lielaierlboidLout of the Oltyi at Mx DOLLAJRB
Ana ; Nowa DOLLA.RB COO LOOT &foam; Tonic
DoLiirie Yoe Biz MONTHS ; hwariebly &dream , for the
time ordered.- • -
TKI•WEEILY PRESS,
MOM to Babooribers out of tho City, at Teams Dot.
WlllllOB.
WEE,KLY PRESS. '
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mail;(per ininnin,' In advance, ) at 0 ;,.. n . OO
Three Copies . , ~, " , 609
live Copies', ;.' , r ' ' ".. . - ' 111 00
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Twenty poplin', or over, , " , (5a address of. each,
subseriber)„ each l2o,
Tor a (nub or, Twenty-one or over, we,wlll. send an
sitsOM to the getter-up or the ()tub.
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irr_goi(tanasters,are._ , requeste4 to act as Agnate for
Tall RE4lgikzEist,-., ~ , , .
lrattbs.
giVOING-TUNDL-FIVE' PEE CENT, IN-
MniItSTLNATIONAL 'SAFETY TIMM COM
PANY.--WALNUT STREET SOUTH - WEST CORNER
OP THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. •
INORITAATIO BY Tug STAYS OF PIANOTLYAXIA.
Money is rereired BY ,
sun Mtge or Weill; and in
ter* 1.04 from #lO day of deposit to the, day
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The office la ,open everY . ,dey' tram 9 o'clock in the
nitnningllll 7 o' clock its She evening, and on Monday
and Thiamine evenings till 9 o'clock. --
•- , - HON . 'CURRY -L. ZENNER, Zreeldent;- '
ROBERT ORBIRLBOR, TIM President. ,
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WM. I. Rep, Secrete/V. , , ' -,
DIall01018:,
- lien: Henry .t. Benner, 0, Landreth Mum, ,
Edward L. Cotter,, , . ~R., Corea, Brewster, • ,
Robert Selfridge, - Jbeeph B. Barry,
Sams. R.,-,4tehten, ,‘.
`- , Henry L. 04tirchman, - , ,
;mugs E. linilib, -' " /rends Lee., .
Thii, iSklititenyi %wanes its Wetness entirely to the
recelvin4 g ot money on Interest. The investments,
ONE MILLION AND A RAIN OF DOLLARS,
are - made conformity with •thi protisiona of the
Oharkcj in REAL , ESTATE, NORTGAWES, GROUND
WWI'S ; aria each ant oltmsOcariiiol3 as Win alma haw
111:141 Perfect ireoniity tolhe depositors and which 0/113Z
not fail tnsiTe piennammay and stability to this Insti
tution. ' - ' '
QLX , RENkrk. gAVIIWIS FUNP,,Corikerof
)31nrxrarcd wiLtityr Strieti. Hpott+doilyi - 0610
9 RE 8, itBd,on Tuesday and Priday Evertioggyuntit 8
0 , 010 - dl. - Wird or mall Intros received and paid with=
oat notneorith 11.9,1 PER OFINT.INTERES T .,
chide in' Otherwise. JOHN THO 80N; Prater.
TIOS PRItSIDiI,
: 4408,4: En k jtei M. tins
!INORSTART AND TRI1.481161111,: -
Wii. T. ELBERT.
gauarkee,
Wio. 0. Ludwig,
D. O. Lovy,
Charles R. Lex; '
A_ Minkey,
Israel W. Morris, 7r.;
Wm. Neal,
Thee. Neilson,
Thomas S. Reed, 11. D
'Wallies Russell, - '
Thou P. Sparhawk,
Oscar Thompson,
Peter Williszwea,
/sato S. Waterman,
Charles T. Tortes. '
John B: hnatiri,
Jan LAddieke,
Relinibtriltee;
M. W, llatdwln , _
(Week;
di'phritup Clark,
(Merles B.l3eridairs,
Robert Clerk,
' •
OharleaDutilh,
Wm. B: Buster,
Benjamin Gerhard,
TolurJordim, Jr.,
Lewis Lewis, Jr.,
atil.tra
NO. - 83 (241) 'DOCK STREET. .L. Fin
y, , ktr4pErcr.,spaz vorizaas FUND.
d. 'wf (241) DOOK STREET. FIVE
-lizaOENT. STATE SAYINGS PUN&
N0.,19, (241) DOCK STREET. FIVE
1, 1 .411,0101t:5t:44 , 3 SAVINGS RAND.
O. •83 (211) DOCK STREET. rivs
ilato - NNTCBTATE SAVINGS aul4y
"Ithineß at !rpm
".'
STEAM; ENGINES;
'T,W9 TO O;+7,E,HIIIII4IED 11ORSE,IIVOit
ALSO, A PULL ASSOITY'RNT Or „ 2
MACHINISTS' TOOLS,-
SLIDE LATHES, PLANING MACHIN'ES,
DRILLS, CHUCKS, MORTLSING
. • MACHINES, 3o Ear sale et theMACHINE DEPOT-- • "
No. 185 NORTH THIRD STREET.
,'• - J. AL MOLVINCSUEAD.
040111. TATIGILIat WAR.I!/01E.
NJ.' • ‘ WILLUit H. NOIIIOIC. . I
QIYUTIIWARK FOUNDRY, ••
runt AN! ~WAIIHINGTON.WERIBTB, •
PH15..t.D11•01111...'
MERRICK 4s:SONS,
. ENGINEERS AND MAPHINIWPD, ' •
thinifactrireMigh'und Lon . Pressure Steam far
Land, River and Marino service.
, Gasometers; Tanks; Irdn ,Bosts,".isr.", Cast
ings of au kinds; either Iron or Brass. -
Iron frame roofs for Gas Works, WorkshOps, Railroad
Stations, &a.
Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and 'most
improved construction: • • • - - ' •
livery deleription of Plantation 'machinery; such is
Sugar, Saw, and Grist Mills,vaenuni Pans, Open Steam
Trains, Defecators, Filters; Pumping Engines; ?co."
Soh, Agents. for N. Bilheux's Patent 'Sugar Boiling
Apparatus;, Namnyth's. Patent Steam Itannner, 'P.
Ross' PatenVValve Motion for-Bleat Machinery and
Steam Pampa. - - - • '
Superintendent. H. BARTOL. '" "wcia-7
lOHdRDI
-KWTIVE
_STEAM STEAM - ENGINE BUILDERS,
neart6Toir, TaIntrIEWALED
imam .oannAN entitxrir,
(. 'At•
larr, sr,pau
.EIS &. SON, LOOOMO-
711n_liod excluelln he leaden - of
„, - LOOOMOT ytt. STEAM
,BMGLNESi-. ,, ,
Yanitah - fti" order Locomotives
'of any *mart
mint ) Weight or ospac . lty, far the nee of, Wood or Coke, -
or ilstunaneui Coat in sit credo state, or
• - ANTURAO.T.TR GOAL;
titttiorrt 11112 TING snots, ate on cam.
In deelgu, material and workmanship, the' Loam°.
Shea produced at thew Works are equal to, and not ex
celled by: say,' The, materials need la construe on are
made on tbelpat,tuid *sere the beet quality and moat
rellabte aleph. The large extent of, Shope, -and Com
pleti- 'Equipment: of,Afashixery and Todr, , enable
theta to execute the- - -
bP 'PORE' WITH (MEAT' DZEPATOA.
OF.:AAT •ARRANORMENT•SRVIARD.:,
CHILLED OAR WHIMS, HAMMERED AEU%
,With Porginga or ilny.size_or forth, •,
num . AND BRASS CASTINGS, •
AIidRLAORMI WORE generdlyi .••
: mann.
PENN - STEAM .ENGINE BOIL
sa WORKS. • , • , .
ICEANEY, ITE.crit , & CO.'', • -
paLonoAL AND THEORETICAL , ENGINRYRP,
DIAORINISTS, , AZILRR-IdARRILEI, BLACK,
Wanda AND, POUNDERS,
may pests sudcessial
and been exclusively abgaged in blinding' and repairing
Marine and Hirai Enginwhigh ldw ptesstird; Iron
Rau% Water Tunks,"Propellets; resPeetiollr,
offer their services to, the public, as being fully prepared
to contract torlnglues of all sires, Marine_, River, and
librlleruary. Raving eetiotputterna of Aliffettht sizes,
essi , prepared 'id • afeeute'ordeni "with 'quick despatch:
&err. description of Pattern-puking blade at' the'
ahortestnotice.•' Righ and: Lair Preenirei Flue, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boiler', of the beet Pennsylvania char-;'
enskirim. - Pargifigs of -411 sires ar4 kin,* Iron bud
Drugs Castings of all description;-Roll Turning, firreW
OuttinVund all other work (Impacted with the ,
above
Drarrlngeand specifications for all work done at their
establishment free of charge' akd'wurk guaranteed.
The subscriber' have ample'wharYdOck room for re
pidis oLlaiatd;wheto they can lay
• Irs perfect eifotyi and
are provided - with sheare, - blooke, fills, A ke:, tee., for,
raising heavy or light ur,eighti. . . -
- ' " -'THOMAS REAM ,Y
• - - ' ' MOOD - Q. NZAN/S, - "-
• JOHN P. 'LVVY;
aul-y SIdOH and Mina Streets, Kensington. -
HAXDY - Es' MORRIS—, "
, HANOVAOTIIIIIIIIS Op,
CUMBERLAND WROUGHT' IRON TUBES
TOR CIAB, STEAM OR WATER
, , 11.139,
eli2fllßAL IRON . COMMISSION MEROFIDS
Rani:nue E. etorner 101,9 NT and WALNUT. ,
111;hitinets.
vißuisours , 'GEXITINE PREPARAV
vcer f Patriot Miami for all Disessear'Of the Blad
der, ?easel, Ttropsyy Herron and Debilitated
nrEtiltouoir PRE L
PAItA.
ItEDl,Extract' Radii removes all the symptom,
among. which *ID be fontul ' lndleposition to etettlon;
LOG of Power, tots of Memory; DiMmlty of Breathing,
General Weakness, 'Cotter of. Disease, Weak Nerves,
Trembling, IMmulful Horror of- Death, Night Sweets,
Cole Peet, Wakefulness, ,Dininese of Vhdon, Languor;
Untversal lasplande of the Muscular :System, often enor
mous Aliittite, , ar ,Dyspo l g,flymptoms, Hot Banda,
Ettahlrige of the Body, esa of the " Skin, Pallid
Countenance, Eruptions t e Face Paine in the Back,
fleavinees of fife Bye Lids, freriuenn,i , Black Opts dying
before tlitiZtes,stiGt temporary , dulftesiotf, Loma Bight:
If theittietpapfbd:irs Aloud to go on; 'Wich this am,
&eine invariably taburived; soonfollow late* and M,Pi=
if,4 7 )17 ARE SUFFERING WITS ANY
A. of the.. above 'distressing `ailments, net; Etat
BOLDIB PBBPAIIATIGNS. Try them, and be convinced
• .titNIIINE • PREFAB&
14.p 3 ON;,t,ittoet Ductl- •
"Give health and rigor to the frame,
And bloom to the pallid cheek 111
el* So-pleasant In their baste, that patients bil
ious* fond of them.
11:11gULBOLDill -GENUINE PREPARA.-
JP." TIONLK-atraotluelm—Beenserirhebsdng e4iden
*Which will be produced to show that' they dO great
gond toall who 'honor them witha libll'.'Evidenceupen
theinepeetlou -'
IllitldEOLD'a GENUINE' , PREPABA
,TON,Zstratt Buchti.--Prlce $1 per Bottle, de.
Heeled to any address. Denot e 62 South TBN2II street,
Jumemblrßallding; below OHfflitilT
• Ph* , . ,
Adireilltitter' a, B. P. Bollth
strilet,heltrit emrsattmr, Pbtadoptia. •
- and 'Dealeri'escrrwhere. ' itemize
of Otmadertidtail;,y,-,'..-:
Avis anb43lpretti
Nab, 442 i -SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
Eltreetx.
Blot Patent 104ther Clatter Boot*.
u a' Galt
1 do. do.
d°.
; ; ‘l.-04f .(13 t o
. tt; • - u Path* Letitia and Calf nets,*
.14rait,
/Ark •sid.louthe. T4 4 !t llo riand Cair•Otti
4 1 1 1 tet loots and „ -
aut& IWO ' w:Cittint,
pill; STPOK: 01,`f,BD k.. A O ASO, ; 01LOIS,
••••= .:4411PICO,,tiontcPaeN ,o o: ?to. Bz4 MAR.
liuß Oiviiwsda . tfe.r.'B"puilT 6 VHAmilalullotph
bar' • now nritoinAV Infice nntrWollenhoOtteCotott irt
MOOTS onainlOßS,'ot Vity ind Itoototnizoinnootore i
Jo Alotaler for sale on - the ,beet temp too cook 0 ,
i}onot Cridit
so
lhi otillitt4i4 to oat 'ad oxamlint *lir stook.
495
'CLittirt.o* 4ll ol ll oo, Ye' 1 i ke,164
BYLYd`N9llBl4B:BB'4l4l:i - STOigittEtilltir'''
Thq sr 6 ilbii - 4#04 14 4 to, prollsoe for
(4148kati i 8404 ofAirenaliorolr:. Pennsylvania
4s4444o4p4rmoirairf4rroortr, tricoroiln - 44t0p104:807,04t
.14.441 *et, oacort#4.sta4 priTi.wbich
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4t.ta <A4llrt t poo Imo "-Amu ten ',V mall,
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VOL, I-NO. 60.
Wino anb fiquaro. ,
OLD WOE AT WHIBKEY.-=-E. P. MID
, DLETON lc BROTHER, inlportera of Wines Bran
dies, &c. , sold proprietors : of the Old Wheat
IVdsßey, No. Ealortb Wont Street —• • • sepl7-I,m
POR MPTE.:=-In bond. and °tattled to do
bonturee 250 ,cooki st. Josophio Pure Alto Port
Wine, in qrs. awl eighths, ,
Tan puncheons John Antnotritiloy Malt Balton Whit.
ter, 2 Yonro.ol4 ,: ,
•
• Fifty Open Ancluir . W. •
Barrett, Martel, Bouvet, and J. Dupuy Brandies, al
of which I offer to,the trade at reduced prices.
auTainoe SS and 90 8. Brent Bt., below Walnut.
ALEXANDER 3r,HOLMES E WINE AND
_LIQUOR OTORVeIto. - 226, Boutheast Corner o
GEORGE and BOUTII Streets, - , onl-1y
C I. LET47B, IMPORTER AND DEALER
. IN. FINN WINES, LIQUORS, INCURS, h r e, 20
South P/PT/I Street; Philadelphia. aul-ly
- 1 6 444NK05.;-I'inOt,loaitillon & Co., Ma
4.4Frett & Co. and Otherbrands of Cognacs of various
vintages, In ha lf. pipes and quarter casksPellevoisin
liochelle Brandies, pale and dark, in half pipes, quarter
casks and one-eighth casks, all in Custom Rouse stoma,
imported and for We
BOBBY BOMAN OD.,
and " Nos. 222 and 223 &nth/math st re et.
TITIMAR 'BUTZ, PORTER, ALE
• AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. NO (new
(0.938) NorthTIIIRD Strad; Philadelphio.—Rhippirig
°tun promptly attended to. . and-tf
40tcle: an 3 Aftistaiwants.
rilEg OLD STAR HOTEL IN HARMONY,
go 13 It ate reqOactfullY intnimed
Mott the 'Ott , :grAtt, HOTEL la still in. existence.' The
idoprieter will bli g 1,14 to 'see' hie old Meads, and pro
mliteti to 'ruitiiiih thenetidth a auperlor quality of Ale,
'Wines, and liquors. Ile feels assoreil, that on parity;
him a wait they,tlll not be' disappointed. 'ITO also
prepared to furnielf Oysters in every stypt, at the shortest
notice.
,L'unclifithil 10 *0 licoetock
imp 24.1 m ' -
WILLIAM HANNING'S Orr LAGER.
Ban SALOON; Na. 232 Carter's Alloy, Phila
MAUL. ';'' ' sep224m
ItioGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, 'SOUTH
west corner or BROAD and WALNIIT.--tans
and all other delicacies in season. Families supplied
with Oysters on the ehortest notice. pep7-7m
.IVIEROHANTS' ROTEL, .
, . , /*METH POIIETH STREET,
. • ' 41.110V8 MARICHT,
:: • PHILADELPHIA.
i atilLtf MoHIDIEN & SONS, PROPRINTOBO
jCOTT HOUSE—Corner of Irwin Street
atd•Duqtyletie Way, Pittsburgh, D. D. MARKER,
Proprietor. aul3-Brn
4`.!riamtt,nasion,'illertliattts.
. . _
li. °RASE „
Sc . CO.
• . ''Q'E NERAL
1 ' COMMISSIONISEROITA NTS,
4 , 3 North FRONT and 44 WATER. Street, Philadelphia.
,00rrarAsTrar agegrirthla
' I, .S,E Elj
d 0 eonslynnent from the Interior or. Pennsylvania,
where our new Cleaning Wills now in general use.
117` Mao, TIMOTHY AND RED TOP always on
:ad, eei2-tr
itAtarl ~ S DAIRENNETW-004MISSION
DIESORANTS and Deadens in 'Foreign and Ante
eleandhAßDWAßt and 'OUTLY,II,Y, Noe. 23;25 and 21
North 512711 iltreet, Malt Meg atidve (Somme° street,
thitadelphia. t and-0P
C/W11.E3 . TET.13; COMMISSION' MED,:
iiirmv(Vjalntrjte.retigsto'lityVANA
SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT
?Li FULLt inforin theft Ideas' and the trade :gener
ally that they hyr9xes:le azeingoinento for one of their
Dyers tearing muntlaly"foi the /remit' and German
arkete.
, . .
Prom , Many yes& clieiietlet, the permanent reel
-1,812C0 is Paris of two et •the firm, and an abundant
;Arita, they can offer, mama' facilities for Vali' PUB,-
011figlE ,001,1MIHOION, jn any a the PentePecu
Markets loc"ablmnent direct.,
They etre'also prepatell to receive orders from samples
for nO,Teg, and iraetherslroth their extensive and well
knotrzt matenteictories in °Paris, to -be shipped direct,
Other under bond or duty paid.
lIENDEBSON, MYTH & ClO.. Importers,
sal,o4m* , • Nct.,2fio,llrm,wl. way,
tv,••••Awnewt.wo."...ri 0,,,, ,, '' .
°A
I.—,The vet' , best assortment of LE
HIGH sod, WUXI...SILL GOAL on hand, in
BROAD Street, Pecondlardaboro Vino' street.
sel4•lns ; ".?
#.2 .- :, :i i
~ ~- .i RIMEL II9IIMAN.
40 LEE. IS .A. TON . BUYERS
asd 'coaismers are Invited to examine our
ptock of,"LEHIGIPLOOUST SIOONTATIkAnditLADEC
/IDATII,DOAL..'. , Otir Coal, in , selected expressly for
family nee; being naterally screened,' wn will warrant it
hoe: frofirilato and Mirk , " We , sell 2240 Its.," being
PIM:Mc more" thaw Wild bYretaildealers, at "26 coats
idt. -",., i' ' A-1 I • : ,- ~ - ~, .. ...,.,, •-..
. Use, bAbentnigh pop* of at /MOO l'O - atall• - •
NOUS GOaLn'ter Steam-geni)retlig, - Bleeliiinithing t
rid Rollint-mill'inttesits. , This 'Coal cannot be. ex-
Yards, BROAD and VINE-:-Big, Sign, ' • 2240 LW. IN
,
16. TON. ' , . Dell-kinj . . LEOMITON &CO .
le 0 li:Ii I COAL I , 00AL 1- , --TAGGAIIT'a
"..-, CELFMILAVED BYIVINQ MOUNTAIN ',WIG'S
, .
,T , & N. CANTEN'BONNiNIVOOO, TibIAQUA 00AL
OBOINiiI 11::„ Edintyavium, 10IIFIR
,aOHITYL
• s RANDALL ".k. MEREDITH.
Hare Or sale t and are constant!? reeeiring _from
-above eglebreted Conirrirs ' - •
GOAL or 'AtL SIZES.
Thprit is no Coal. mined anywhere,,oonal quallty ,
hose and a trial s c riZ tbrwinte an i r i ilno of Their great
fr a gaS, ° lZW . .trarrgu3 " t it perfee t tlf free " " ' w e nt a sla n t 7,
,dust an 4 all isnouritiaa. Oar PRIO.ES areas LOW as the
ri r EItrLOWIST.
Olthits 'left at oitiOftlo, - No, 1151:BTI9ll FRONT
istreet r aboye Waintit:
Orders left at our Yard, OALLOWHILL street, aeloa
BROM! street, , „
Ordere left at oar Pater?, WATER street, above Oar
LONVIIILL: - --or gentle either place per Despatch Poet,
will receive prompt 6t teistlon: • • ' '• •
• Purclussensfor Fatally. use will do well to call and ex
lie our Oval before purchasing elsewhere. an4-tf
IatIOI3.:MOUNTALV , COAL—Direct from
voTararls_rories, , and Ilia only authorised'
e,geota, by retsl , lion& ataecuantion.
lino Lehigh and gotaiylklll Coal.
' ' • —T. T.READWAY,'Swansolietreet,
au2o-2m) letlfhirrekoft, - Wasbington, Southwar k
„ -
AND . IO,IIIGIT. COAL.—
nin daily receiving, at My purl, the best quality o”
DOILITYLKYLL AND LEHIGH COAL. - lify customers,
and all others who may favor me with their orders, may
rely on getting Coal that will be satisfactory to them.
gy - , o, inferloi oog,koret . at Ude estabkishment to
at PRIOND
114?ri- t' ALEXINDDR'OONVERY
sita..tf. , .• • ; N. Ni coniet'of Woad Widths:l7 Ste. •
rEIiIGft.AND, SOttIiILVLX.; COAL.-L-
Jul ''DAtor, portant - 80 00.,00AD.PEALERS,
821. PRIME 'Otteet s 'above Eighth; k'eep'eonstantli
Band , et the yety lotted istee; a full supply of Lehigh
wad Eletirvikill Opal: - , su Ism •
.11 di 14Plaffillavint tonnee4.l The Coal with the
LelSheeted:awls, inform their friends that they have
made contracts fora supply of the beet qualities of
Lehigh and Schuylkill Sold, and are now ready to re.
calve orders, Twelfth and Prime streets. Orders may
he left ' with Mr: a. KILPATIIIeff No, 13 B. PISTIS
street; ot 'with Mr; WM. D. NiceiLL; corner PINY. and
W,ATER 'streets: "_ . ; ' - , istakSm
Alttchattt• .
jTORNP 1: DOHERTY,
_
tog Tenn wive VALLI' 'b. eadvnes,
LATE WITH LUKENS, ICHLLY, t 00..
' • • ' '
Heewith , hiti the Sat'tellor,s, that are pelf, 'urged
in the bialtassiviii this codntry •
CHARLES 110Tfiitcirmetly the loading Tenor of this
Oits; M. KAYSER; formerly Cutter for 0. BOTH fk.
00., end late Colt and Vest Cutter with LUKENS, RBI,
IX, lc 00; HONHI , WAHHEIL, who hes just striven,
considered in NbwYo r k the best Yenta end, Vests Out
ter-in the United, Btatesd ter year mitter with Depterria,
nude? the Irving Rouse; litoedway, son' With llepleirrs
d: Pettus , ender the St.-Nicholtui Hetet- Broadway:
The most unremifting 'attention pa id to the wishes
of: sitiihejottiondse• the 'establishment; the best of
Olothsvmde at , moderate prices for crell: it, low twice'
for cash. , • • -
.ED WARD .KELLY..
"-' 18-11 L L to •D
Ravin
Is i dtl l t
oHAneiria",
Distbigalshed for the benety ,and excellence of his
Goods when in the Tailoring Hotness, his taken
- • • the Store.
814 CHESTNUT STREET,
AND NAB OPENED FOR INN SALE, AT 3E7AIt. Or
CLOTHS, OASSIISTERES,YEIPPINGS, ORkYATS,
GLOVES, SHIRTS, Ro., ,
o€.the best qualities, at mod e rate ' prices.
try- The business - ,,0f 'HELIX tc' BROTIiEB Is re
snored, km this date, to NO. 814 CHESTNUT Street,
wherele will be atten d ed ; to by EMI) P. KELLY or
;Or P./XIIIPPX;.., ; set-ly
TAXES •8 HE R NEROHANT
VAITA__,a- Nos. lb andlS grk t tli NM= STUNT ;
ABOVE'OMESTNI7T. • -' "
• largo* and well selected stook of 01,0TII8 and
EASTIMEDEEtiIways on hand;
All clothing made at this Establishment 'will be of
the bestilnality, and in the molt fublonsble
PlittiOnlir attention given to UNIFORM LOTE.
Omits anti C.lpmicato.
VIREDERICIK BROWN,- T OHEMIST
0 -11 MMSRT ' D Elllo 6 2sl r al i t pot AI utectutet
of MV PS 'oil" S a gMAIOA IIINGER,
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SINS et the 'United States.
This Benno is a preparation of unusual excellenee.
Vining tbe Sappier months, no family or trareller
Acina , b e withocit It: in relaxation of tlle bowels in
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rowppon, prepared from pure 4,1,MA10A. GlN
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sense of Samidors llitgier," tad& ii•Tairioted JO be
lehrrepreaernted, and l praparefonly by Pang.
...altowx,ap4Tor aide 'at Ma - Ding end Ohemical
Stem llorth-imat-aornsr, of FIRTH and CHESTNUT
illreets h ,PhUadelphiai aid idl 11261.0000.4410 Dritg.
stets end Atiothecarieeln fillstes,, antan
Tra - AbASS, ' ',4 7 0:40, 1 ",0111ov
20 EBTRIJT STREET, forwards PAVAIE
PACKAGES z•KRECUANDIZE,_ BANK. NOTES an
- SUCRE, either WAN Piro /Mal), or In eOnneatio
-with other =PAM OBRAMEEI, /ha yrinayq
SOWS% avi MIER Ot.iWUnited, Otattt,
, 11 ,'I4•'&,IIANDFORDi .
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North Watzest.
WA' -RANG "A' -RANG.?" 3 - 1 180;4 , iv 011 A-
D 'tION 4 IMO: Oa N:l3/9901#749111740!
FOR ENGLAND AND FRANCE,IB67.
Novi Rork and Havre lEifeamshii Oompany.—The
United ',States Mall Steamships ARA(IO, 2,500 tons,
David Lines, eutureander; zuad FULTON, 2,500 tons,
James'A. Wotton, commander, will leave New York,.
Marro and Southampton, for the year. 1857 and '5O, on
the following days :
1857.
Walton, Satnallity, Ang. 22
Atngo, , do.' , got,t. 19
'Fulton, do.' Oct .17
Arago, do. Nov. 14
Fulton, do. , Deo. 12,
LIWTYYAIYI
3.85 T, .
Ar Taesday, Aug. 25
Fulton ) , , do. Dept. 22
Arago, do. Oct. 20
Fulton, do. Nov. 17
Arago n do. Dec. 3.5
1865.
Bolton ' , - do. Ito.
Arago, - do. Feb. 9
Yultoo, - do. Marob 9
Jingo, do. 'April 6
Salton, do. May 4
&Togo, do. :tine
Fulton do. , Juno 20
From INen Yoili r- in - Bat
Cabin, $130.; Second Cabin,
Prom Havre or Sleuths,
Cabin, 809 Rana; Second Cal
For freight or paaaage, apj
MORTIMER LIVING
WILLIAM I 8 LIN,
CROSHEY & CO.,
AMERICAN EURO
EXPRESS AND
MANGE 00.
AV AN AH STEAMSHIP LINE
FRVIGHTS Renuono.
The well known Srst-clias aide-wheel steamships
STATE 'OF GEORGIA and KEYSTONE STATE, now
form a weekly line for the South and Southwest, one of
the obipe tailing every SATURDAY, at 10 A. li.
THE STEAMSHIP STATE OF GEORGIA,
.4ofill J. GARVIN, Commander.
Will'receive freight on THURSDAY, October Bth,
and sail SATURDAY, October 10th, at 10 o'clock
A.M.
70IIN 'OQRLEY
TILE STEAMSHIP KEYSTONE STATE,
Commas P. MARSBILtri, Commander,
WI revolve goods on TLEURSDAY, —, and
sail on SATURDAY, —, at 10 &clock
At Savannah these ships connect with steamers for
Florida and Ilavana, and with railroad for the Booth and
Southwest.
, Cabin Passage $2O
Steerage do 8
No freight received on Saturday morning. No bills
of lading signed after the ship has called.
For freightor passage, apply to
A. HEROIN, Jr., Nu. 81 North Wharves.
Agent at Savannnah, O. A. Gamma & Co.
FOR FLORlDA.—Steamers St. Mary's and St. John's
leave Savannah every Tuesday and Saturday. ee22
rpnE NEW. YORK .ANA LIVERPOOL
, UNITED STATES MAIL STEADIERS,—The Ships
composing tins Line are :
'the ATLANTIC, Capt. Oliver Eldridge,
The BALTIC, Capt. Joseph Comstock,
The ADRIATIC, Capt. James West.
Tboto ships have boon built by contract, expressly for
Government service; every care has been taken in their
construction, as also in their engines, to ensure strength
and speed, and their accommodation for passengers are
enequalled for elegance and comfort.
Price of passage from Now York to Liverpool, In first
Cabin, 8180; in second do., $76; from Liverpool to New
York, 80 and 20 guineas. No berths secured unless paid
for. , The ships of this line have improved water-tight
bulk beads.
PROPOSED DATES OP SAILING.
gram Maw roan. 1 , 80.11 Livuttrool..
Saturday, June 20, 1857 Wednesday, June 24, 1807
Saturday, July 4, 1857 Wednesday, July 8, - 1857
Saturday, July 18, 1867 Wednesday, July 22, 1867
Saturday, Aug. 1, 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1857
Saturday, Aug. 15, 1857 Wednesday, Aug. 19, 1867
Saturday,Bept.l2, 1857 WednesdaY, Sept. 2, 1857
Saturday, Sept. 26, 1857 Wednesday, Sept.Bo, 1857
Saturday, Oct. 10, 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1857
Saturday, Oct. 24 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1957
Saturday, NOV. 7; 1857 Wednbaday, Nov. 11, 1857
Saturday, Nov. 21, 1857 Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1867
Saturday, Dec. 6, /851 Wadi:tondo, Deo. 9, 1867
Wednesday, Deo. 22, 1867
For freight or passage, apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 66 Wall street, N.Y.
i DROWN, SHIPLEY & CO.,
_Liverpool.
STEP/111N - KENNARD 44 00i, 27 Austin friars,
Louden.
li. 4. WAINWRIGHT , 44 00,, nixie,
The owners of theise ships will not be accountable for
gold, silver, bullion, speole, jewelty.pr scions atones or
metals, unless bills of ladinp:s nod therefor, and
the value thereof expressed therein ' an.l.tf
VOR LIVERPOOL--TIII7RSDAY, 22d
.1 'October.—Tho packet ship NONPAREIL, (1460
tone) Captain Paula, will tall ea above.
' Cabin passage 'so
Second Cabin ' 20
• Steerage ' 18
Second cabin and steerage paasengere found with pro•
kisions according to the American passenger act,
Apply to 71108. RICHARDSON & CO,
P6'
1 0E. GALVESTON— TEXAS LINE.—
Wtth 4thlek despatch,
, The fast r salllng regular packet schooner CHARLES 0,
PBASLEB, Foster, master, Is now loading at Race street
'wharf, having ow two-thirds other ,cargo engaged and
rur bWr"kxAsd Alt e e rtciY %tipw g:ds le ! nd
minden ladlag,to the Oonnting•houee for signature,
Stir balance or freight or passage, apply to
BISHOP, SIMONS, & 00., 2,6 North Wharves,
i 8-tf •.or to JAMES BAKER, 48 North Wharves.
poR SAN FRAITOISCI)--:CALIFORNIA,
_
LINE..--Direct from Philadelphia,
The inagnlikent clipper ship JOSEPH JONES, Um
nel G. Flowers, commander, is now loading at Nice
itreet wharr; having a large part of her cargo engaged
and going on board rapidly, will have immediate des
patch.
' Shippers will please hurry their goods alongside With
ot delay. '
Tor Waimea of freight apply to
BISHOP, SIMONS & 00.,
Se North Wharves.
VITARLES D. EMERY, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Williamsport, Lycoming county, Pa., srill pay
particular attention to Securing and Collecting claims,
i lu Lycoming and adjoining counties.
Kiln, J. 0. Knox, Bnprenia Bench, Philadelphia.
David Jayne k Son, Phila. I Norcross /lc Sheets, Philo
:hoopach,Seo4 & Co., " Smith, Shantz & Co., "
LE WIS S. WELL S, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, N 0.2 AIRY STREW, NORRISTOWN, Pa,
will. attend with punctuality, sod, to the beet of his
ability, to all business entrusted to his care. ool4m
J. J. Maim.]
MICHEL & KOONTZ
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
No. 28 Camp Street, blew Orleans,
1117111F1919 IN 9911,011,9 M S.
Caleb Cope & Co., 183 Market street.
Smith. Murphy t Co., 97 Market street.
Wee. M. Brown & Ce., 108 Market street.
GEORGE H. ARMSTRONG, ATTOR
NEY AT- LAN- AND CONVEYANCER, 1,844
Lombard stroet, below Broad: ' sapl7.lra*
DANIEL DOUGHERTY ) ' ATTORNEY
AT TAW, Southeast Omer of EIGHTH and '
OUST Streets, Philadelphia: •
TITTER STROUSE, ATTORNEY AT
1.1.1. LAW, CENTRE street, Pottavillo, Pa. au.-1y
SALAMANDER SAFES.
A large assortment of
EVANS & WATSON'S
PIfILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED
SALAMANDER SASEs,
VAULT DOORS,
Pot:Banks and Stores.
BANK LOOKS,
Equal to any now in use,
IRON DOORS, SUUTTERS, &0.,
On as good. Onus as any other establishment in the
IJulted States, .by
EVANS & WATSON,
Na. 26 South YOUBTIL 'streetPhOadelph,
aulS-tf
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL
LIATANA OIGARS—A handsome assort
-1.1 anent, aneb u
-•• Figaro, Partagu,
• Oabanas, ' Sultans, '
Gloria, ;niter,
Oploco• Converclantoa,
.
Tone/ -
Lopes, Union ame ri cans,
Orejon, --• ' Pion Cubans, &c., &0.,
&0.,'161 ii, , 3(, 1.6 sad 1-10 SO, of all ekes and -quali
ties, In store and constantly vaulting, and for sale low,
by • - . ()NABLUS PUTS,
(new) ]3s WALNUT Street,
below Sonond, second Story
VIGARO, OABANAS AND PARTAGAS
SEGAIL9.—d. choice, !nit)loe of thee. Celebrated
brands on board brig uNewlre," daily expeeted from
Havana, and for sale low, by ONA.RLNB TETN,
(New) 198 Walnut Street, below Second,
aul second Story,
PHILADELPHIA Tr,PE FOUNDRY—
N. W. Oor. Taill), and CHESNUT Ste.
L. PELOLIZB & SON, thankful for the liberal pa
tronage beretofore accorded to their Establlalunent,
and desirous to merit its continuance would announce
to Printers' and Publishers that their new 13PEOIMEN
BOOS is now ready, and trete their increased facilities,
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Those, 'Therefore, who desire Printing Materials,
would do well to apply to them preirloge to purchasing
elsewhere.
, Old type taken at 0 onto per,poend, In exobange for
;lOW at speeLmen prleei. eul-tf
MARTRANT's
ORYBTALOGRA.PHI3,
OR PROTOORAPRIO MINIATURES IN OIL,
N; E. cornet of EIGIITII and LOOUST.
The above pletaree. differ essentioliy from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their softness, and
truth of color and ,outline, extraordinary minuteness
and accuraey of detail, insure, of necessity, the greatest
fidelity of resemblance; while the 'severity of the or.
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nettlei the question of their permanence. These fide
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satisfaction and confidence,. to the public and to hie
trioxide. ,
"TT are letairaa.bY lettersTatnt tO, and can be bad
ONLY of • • , D. MARl:Mean'. • •
, Portraits of, the, cabinet, and life nine on WYSS
15044)fetli " se
BALE ROPE. , —Buidi are invited to cull
and klitainine dnr 2da.6iid tale Rope which we can
Can ielLae low ag American , end' warrant ' it aiyeritir
atrangth and detibillty.
• 'a , WHAM!, PITLHR& Co.,
Ito. 23 N. Water it. and 22 N.:Wl:mem.
maul pss—if bales Carolipa does, for pale by
MABT/N.4 MCALISTER,
. , . 110 North Water Street.
AtACGREGOR ROT—AIR FURNACES
JAL Bold by OHADMOE. & BRO., BEOOND Strad
'Ent done above Ram sugle-Bato4.
IPing.
atniirni
Arago, Saturday, Jan, 9
Bolton, do. Fob. 6
Arago, do. March 6
Fulton, do. April 3
Arago, do blay 1
Fulton, do. May 29
L$A S3OOIIIAMPTOS
7867,
Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 28
Fulton, ; dO. Sept. 23
Arago, do. Oct. 21
Fulton, do. Nov. 18
Arago, do. Deo. 18
186,8.
Snl qt, do. Jan. 18
Arno, do. , Rob. 10
Salton, do.. Afar. 10
Arago, do. April 7
Salton, , do. Mnj) , 5
Arago, do. Juno 2
Salton, do. Two 80
PAWIAGE
ithampton or Havre—Bird
mpton to Now York-11 kat
bin, 600 francs.
aTON, Agent, 7 Broadway
" Havre.
" Bouthlon
P LC.
„ any
`2tttaraege at Emu.
nurrr.
[W. B. KOONTZ
au2l-2m
Sire proof Onfeo
Tobarro anb Eigara
PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1857.
Watches, 3croclrti, 62;c.
BAILEY Sc CO., CHESTNUT STREET
Manufacturers of
BRITISH STERLINO SILVER
Under their inspection, on the promises excluoiredy
Mims and Strangere are Invited to visit our ;menu
factory.
WATCHES.
Constantly on hind a splendid stock of Superior
Viatobee, of all the celebrated makers
DIAMONDS.
Necklacee, Eraselets, Brooches, Ear-Binge, Finger.
Dings, and all other articled In the Diamond line.
Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free of
theme for those wishing work made to order.
RICH GOLD JEWELRY.
A. beautiful asgortmeut of all the new etylea of Sing
Jewelry, such as Meals, Stone and Shell Cameo ! .
Read, Coral, Carbuncle, Alargulaite, '
Lars, dm, Ito.
SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS ; WAITERS, kn.
Also, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles,
and of euporior quality. ' aul•dtwkwly
A. PEQUIGNOT, •
C. &
MANUFACTUREIO3 WATOII.OA9SS
AND IMPORTERS Of WATOUES, • '
1 SOUTH THIRD STREET, BELOW CHESTNUT
PUILADELPITIA'.
CONSTANT PEDVIONOT. AUGUSTiPn4ozoio:
selo.3lnoe*
JAMES F,. CALDWELL &00. i
No. 432 CHESTNUT BELOW FIFTH BERREB,
Importers of !{patches am! Fine Jewelry,"..ll &aureola
sera of Sterling and Standard Silver Tea Bets, Forks and
Spoons, solo spots for the sale of Charles }redshaves
new genes Cold nodal London Timekeepers—all SAo
mires on hand, prices $250, $275, and $3OO. •
English and Swiss Watches at the lowest prices
Rich fashionable Jewelry.
Sheffield and American hated Wares.
ees-y
•
S. JARDEN & '
J• AIAREPAOTURERS AND IMPORTERS ON
SILVER-LATED WAR,
No. 801 Chestnut Stroot, above Third, (tip stairs ) )
Philadelphia.
' Constantly on hand and for sale to the Trade,
PRA SETS, COMMUNION SERVICE SETS, URNS,
PITCHERS, GOBLETS, COPS WAITERS, UAL
KETH,OASTORS, KNIVES, IiPOONS, PORRS,
LADLES, &c.,
Gilding and plating on all kinds of metal. staly•
FRANCIS P. DITTBOSQ & SORTri 4,4 TR
Dubosq, Carron & Co, Wholesale morupsu
rUßEßS OP JBWELWII,BO4. CITESTIWT shoat, Pialti r
lelphia.
linguine P. Doeosq. ' WM, 11, Doepig.,
ou3l 3m
QILVER WARE.-
*' WILLIAM WILSON & SON.,
11IAIVU.FACTURERS OF SILVER WARE,
(ESTABLISHED 1812,)
S. W. CORNER FIFTH AND CHERRY STREETS. •
A large assortment of SILVER WARE, of every de.
scription, constantly on hoed, or made to order to matob
toy pattern desired.'
Importers of Sheffield Rai Dlrmiogham Imported
scare. se3o.d&srl •
Legal Nati COL
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
1. of Lancaster county, Sept. 28, 1857.—1 t appearing
to the court by the petition and affidavit of Mold
Reeves, Samuel J. Reeves, George Abbott, and Charles,
H. Abbott, that the several notes of Reeves, Abbott, Is'
Co., secured by a mortgage dated January 12th, 1858,'
recorded at Lancaster, In Mortgage Book No. 18, page
007, &c , mid given by the said petitioners, in the sum
of six hundred thousand dollars, to Christopher Hager,
Samuel Shoch, Bertram A. Sheaffer, George It. Justice;,
and Clement B. Grubb, WI Trustees, have been paid fn
full, and no satisfaction entered on the record of said
mortgage; the court, on motion of Thomas E. Franklin
end IL M. North, attorneys for amid inortgagera, grant
st rule to show cause why the said Trustees should not
enter satisfaction on the record of said mortgage, re.
turnable on Monday, the 20th day of October next, and
direct notice to bo given to the creditors by publication
,
daily for one week
,in " The Frees," and `The North
A MeriCan and United States Gazette "and weekly for
two weeks in The' Lancaster 'Nraminer dud 'Herald,"
4' The Lancaster IntelltgenCer," find !: The Columbia
Spy," with notice to B. A. Sheatter, Egg. Attorney for
the Trustees.
Certified from the Record.
ocB.lw Attest, J. ritmmAlv, Proth'y.
ARMJA A. CARR, BY HER NEXT
11.7 friend, lee. vs. ()MALES li. H. oAllll—plrorce.:
Common Pleas No. Sept. T.., 1850.
Please take notice, that depositions of witnesses on
past of said libellant will be taken before me on
FRIDAY, October 29, 1857, at 4 o'clock I'. M., at the
office of Henry C. 'lCatz, Dui., No. 133 South FIFTIL
stroet, Philadelphia, when you can attend and crow"
examine lf you think proper.
WILLIAM P. SMALL, Erutmther.
To Chanute D. 11. Conn. ,
IN THE MATTEIt OF THE PETITION
IN INSOLTIINCY OF JOIIN C. OUARTPAIFIfEIt,
Notice is hoeby given that the subscriber hoe applied I
to the Court of Common Picea for the city awl county I
of Philadelphia fora final ditxharge ureter the proti..l
stone of the Insolvent Laws of the Commonwealth, mid
stet that he has applied by Petition for the benefit of I
the 41st Section of the Act Of June ldth, 104 zelat
insolvent debtors—by which rectlim it iNitgyak4
Ova hdirrt; with the seg,OnW 'ol ,l 4 .6 o4l,tt , iratawe
nide of creditors of an. rithoivent, may grant him *an
exemption of his notate and effects from execution for hie
indebtedness for the space of seven years. These ap•
Iplicatione will be heard by the Court of Common Pleas
on Saturday, October 10th, 1857, at 10 o'clock, and the
attention of creditors and all others Interested In these
'applications to invited
J. 0. OBESTEllplatt
IVOTlCE.—Whereas Letters of Adininistra
-1 nos upon the Estaio of,TAItrES DUGAN, deceased,
'have been granted to the undersigned, all persons In
debted to said Estate will pleas:. make payment, and
those having claims will present the saute to
JANE DUGAN, Adralnlstratrlx,
septltate‘ Grape street, Dianayunk,
Oentlentetfo Surnigbing (Foal;
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Shirts, the most perfect fitting article made. At whole.
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DEMOCRATIC. NOMINATIONS.
GOVERNOR,
WILLIAM r. PACKER,
Or LYCOIIIIIO (MINTY
JUDGES OF TILE SUPREME 00111 q.
WILLIAM STRONG, OP BEHKB COUNTY
JAMES TROMPSON, or Ealn COUNTY.
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CITY NOM
FINATIONS.
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HANDEL I.
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APLIOOIATE MOE COMIT OF COMMON PLEAS,
JAYE& D. LUDLOW.
111141011,
1. A. 1 111.118ELIII.
ReCOPIAB OP DEEDS,
ALBERT D. BOILEAU.
PROTHONOTARY OP THE DISTRICT COURT,
JOHN P. lI!FADDEN.
CLERIC or THE COURT grqlLlATits SESSIONS,
0111iP11 'OROOK*??.
corona,
J. ti. Ytkilsax.
COUNTY.
ASSUDELY,
JOHN Y. WELLS,
HENRY DUNLAP,
JON If. 101,LOY,
A. ARTHUR.,
JOHN 11. DOHNEHT,
JANET DONNELLY.
lOHN WHARTON,
pr.,tvzn xv.ann,
I. 31. ABM,
FOATIVR H. Domizsax,
DAVID D. H i OLATilg.
POW#AEND YEARALEY,
CitlytTA T. OWEN,
. ,!/lE . tr RELIGIOUS FEUD IN IRELAND.
'f The• renewal of the religious feuds which
Were the curse of Ireland for nearly a century
end a half; is an event as unexpected as deplo
rable. From all that we know of Ireland, from
all that we could learn of her gradual improve
ment under the operation of the legalized and
plinost compulsory sale of the Encumbered
Estates, whereby a moneyed was substituted
for'a pauperized proprietary, we hoped and we
believed that, at last, she was in the dawn of
better days, and was becoming as prosperous
now as she formerly had been unfortunate. In
the midst of this bright promise, these springs
up a fanatical outbreak, the effect of which is
once more to renew, under the'holy name of
Religion, the old fends between Catholic and
Protestant; to array faith against faith; to in
ithlt one deed, without exalting the other; to
raise once • more that vile Orange flag which
'every one trusted was too tattered and blood
boiled and fragile ever again to taunt the
breeze; to bring one set of religionists into
the field, armed to the teeth; as a necessary
consequence, to ,provoke the opposite sect,
into the same display ; to make riots and tu-
Millis, in which life is lost and deadly wounds
inflicted ; and, finally, to place Belfast, the
'rising and prosperous commercial and manu
facturing capital of the North of Ireland, under
11na harsh, though necessary, operation of
jldartial Law, which the Government have
been compelled to proclaim and must enforce.
1 For ono hundred and forty years Ireland
'was the victim of Penal Laws, almost as severe
'as the bloody code of Draco—laws expressly
;made, in perjured and treacherous violation of
'the Treaty of Liverpool, with the express in
: tentlOn of crushing the Catholic faith in that
= country--a faith to which seven-eighths of
'the people held fast, with a fidelity as holy as
lit was heroic., This was the Penal Code, which
i forbade Catholics to sit in Parliament, to acquire
'hand, tuvoto at elections of members of Perlin
pent, tohatermarry with Protestants, to exercise
?rellgieualavorship, .to educate. their cbildren
'save tAlis'otostaut schools, and s Protestanti.
HtaXtherlittitaltcolillti- . il:itZliviKis
to l to
geniture, as the retel a estatCWiti blie erVally
devisable among all the children, but if he
turned Protestant he would then have the
whole estate, even in his father's lifetime ; if
a Protestant went over to the Church ofßome,
or procured another to do so, it was High
Treason. A Catholic wife was allowed in
crease of jointure on becoming a Protestant
A priest who married a Catholic to a Protest.
ant was liable to be hanged. A Catholic who
possessed or rode a horse, no matter how va
luable, was compelled to surrender him, with
out demur, to any Protestant who offered to
pay him five pounds as purchase-money. In
MIMI, as was solemnly declared by the Irish
Lord Chancellor, in 1759, "the laws did not
presume a papist to exist in Ireland, nor could
they breathe without the connivance of the
Government."
It was of this oppressive system that ED.
HUED BORNE strongly and truly said, "It was
a machine of wise and elaborate contrivance,
and as ,well fitted for the oppression, im
poverishment, and degradation of a people,
and the debasement In them of human nature
itself, as ever proceeded from the perverted
ingenuity of man,"
To us, calmly looking back on the Past,
it' appears surprising that, through nearly
one hundred and fifty years, a nation of
bold, bravo, and excitable men should have
tolerated such a yoke. They bore it, with
submission, for nearly a century. They
awoke into opposition in 1782, when the
patriotism and eloquence of GRATTAN asserted
and procured the independence of the Irish
Legislature. Great men existed then, and
afterwards arose, who raised their voices in
favor of the repeal of the laws by which their
Catholic fellow-subjects were humiliated and
crushed. GRATTAN and FLOOD, HUSSEY BURGH
and LANORISUE, Lord ANONMORE and BURKE,
PLUNKET and BUSIIE, CANNING and CURRAN,
BROUGHAM and WELLESLEY, HUTCHINSON and
BURDETT, CHARLEMONT and CLONCURRy, DEN
MAN and ERSKINE, GREY and JEFFREY, WAL
TER SCOTT and BYRON, MACINTOSH and PER
RIN, PHILLIPS and HOMELY, SHERIDAN and
WALLACE, and highest among this crowd of
illustrious men, O'CONNELL and SIUEL battled
bravely, and battled long for Catholic Emanci
pation, which WELLINGTON and PEEL reluc
tantly granted in 1829, in the hope that it
would heal the wounds under which Ireland
had become so weak and so exhausted.
To some extent the desired object was ac
complished, and the Catholic could once more
feel himself admitted within the pale of the
Constitution. All would have been well bad
the Relief Bill of 1829 been followed up by
fair and equal Gevernmenta. But Whig, and
Tory, differing in so many things, agreed in
one—that Ireland was to be kept under; that
the minority tnust rule the majority ; that place
power, and profit were to be almost exclu
sively bestowed upon members of cane favored
religion, that religion not being the Catholic,
From this cause actually sprung the inchoate
Rebellion (as it is called) of 1848, when a few
gallant spirits who loved Ireland, (I not wisely
but too well," dared to dream that they could
liberate her, and—failed.
Orangeinn—a secret organization estab
lished towards the close of the last century, in
avowed antagonism, political as well as reli
gious, to the Catholic faith and those who held
it--battled fiercely against Emancipation,
which it survived only a few years, beaten out
of the field, at last, by the investigation of a
Parliamentary Committee, which pronounced
its action illegal and its tendency traitorous.
Only the spectre of this once formidable array
now flits, at rare intervals, through the north
of Ireland—the emaciated body has been
transported to Upper Canada, where the
corpse has lately been galvanized into a sort
of fictitious vitality.
Belfast, where more than a third of the
population are Roman Catholics—forming a
minority which should certainly not be liable
to insult from' the rest of their fellow
eitizena—has been agitated, on the Sabbaths
Of two months, by a succession of reverend gen
tlemen, of 'the Presbyterian and Episcopalian
persuasions, Wko took to street-preaching,
avowedly as an act of duty, but instead of
teaching the Gospel, with its lessons of ((peace
and good will to men," have treated the popu
lace with politics—polemical diatribes against
" Popery," denouncing it with more zeal
than discretion, more impudence than polite•
ness, as utterly and hopelessly idolatrous."
One clergyman did this on the first Sunday.
Crowds were attracted by the open-air preach
ing of regularly ordained or appointed Episco
pal o4' rtotabyterian clergymen. On the
second Sunday, two preachers were in full play
against o the poor, deluded, idolatrous Pa
pists." The out-of-door congregation were
the leavings, the fag-end of faded Orangemen.
Refreshed by such clerical intolerance,
Orangeisin rallied so strongly on the third
Sunday, that, after the sermons were ended,
nothing could satisfy it, except the open and
deliberate insult of the Catholic population,
who, as was their religious as well as their
civic duty, had kept away from the scenes of
polemical excitement. The Orange party, being
by fir the most inumerous, many of the:n with
fire-arms, insulted till the Catholics whom they
encountered. They did more-Lthey went out
of their way to seek them. A riot took place,
and the unarmed and weaker Catholics were
compelled to retreat.,
were in
the fourth Sun
day, more preachers ere in the field—vio
lently denouncing, as the worst Idolatry, the
faith of their Catholic townsmen. Another
row came off. This time, it was less on one
side than before, for the Catholics had been
compelled to arm in self-defence. So it went
on for weeks,—business interfered with on
the working-days, abusive „serums Sod riots
bn tiok Sundays, with Joss .of, life add with
Wounds, for the Catholics had at last organised
themselves into gun-clubs, and, their mettle
up, were resolved not to be beaten.
The newspapers of Belfast dung themselves
into the arena—for or against the preachings and
the riots, as their political and religious feel
ings actuated them. The Magistrates, who
had been witnesses of the' scenes since the
12th of July, when they commenced, scarcely
knew what to do. The Protestant Bishop,
rattier tardily, issued a remonstrance to such
of the Episcopal clergy as had joined in or
assisted in creating the tumult. The clergy
maintained their right of street-preaching.
At last, after Belfast had thus been in a state
of rioting for weeks, the Irish Government is
sued a proclamation, placing the city under
martial law (strictly speaking, under the Peace
Preservation Act,) and ordered a judicial in
vestigation of the whole affair to be made,
which is not yet concluded. Both tho bellig
erent parties will be disarmed—if possible.
But they are more likely to hide than surren
der their firearms.
Amid the "bubble, bubble, toil, and trou
ble" of this strife, the Rev. Mr..RANNA, a
Scotch clergyman settled in Belfast, insisted
on his right to preach when, where, and how
he pleased. Such an abstract right he may
have, but if he exercise it to the detriment of
social order or public tranquillity, he commits
a crime. He issued a manifesto, evidently ad
dressed to the Orangemen, calling on the Pro
testants to rally round the preachers, but was
so checked by a proclamation from the Mayor,
forbidding all assemblages in the public streets,
that ho announced his intention of ceasing
the street-preaching until It was "considered
prudent" to resume it. But another clergy
man did give a street-sermon on the following
Sunday, and his hearers made a street-riot,
which the police found it difficult to put
down.
Taking courage from a week's reflection
Mr. Hansa again went into the street to
preach, (on the 19th September,) but the Mayor
stopped and sent him home. Miserable for
bearance 1 He should have arrested him, and
committed him to prison for persisting in do
ing what bad a tendency to lead to a breach
of the public peace—for what caused many
such breaches.
We go for the fullest religious toleration
that man can extend to man. With those
weak or wicked 'persons who make religion the
cause of disunion, or discpialideation, who en
griift a political principle on it, no right-mind
ed man tan hammy sympathy.,/Olds „Bel
t Alati, tlatbaleirlOveviltikllOrged un
the defensive, and their Bishop (Dr. Desna)
earnestly and successfully impressed them with
the neemity, on all grounds, of even bearing,
with insult, rather than break into riot.
As for the reverend zealots who appear to
have provoked, created, continued, and persist
ed in these religions riots, justice will not be
satisfied if, this heavy series of offences brought
home to them, their cloth shall protect them'
from condign punishment. Men of education
and station, who commit offences such as these
are charged with, do so with a full knowledge
of good and evil, and their intelligence and po
sition are aggravations of the misdeeds. If the,
Irish Goverament let these ringleaders escape
punishment, they must not be surprised if what
BACON called "the wild justice of revenge ",
ho bitterly wreaked on them, by those whose
faith they ridiculed, whose altars they defiled.
STATE POLITICS.
OUR JUDICIAL CANDIDATE
It is amusing to observe the attempts which
are made from time to time, by certain journals
of the city, to injure the reputation of ilaL4l9
It. Luntocv, Esq., our candidate for Judge of
the Court of Common Pleas.
Now he is called a young matt, and then
again he is a politician; now he is a briefiess
lawyer, and then a manwithout antecedents and
without education. We will give our totem=
poraries a few hints as tp our candidate for
Judge. Mr. LUDLOW is the son of the late
Rev. Dr. LUDLOW, for nearly twenty years Pro.
vost of the University of Pennsylvania. It is
to be presumed that, with such a parent at the
head of a prominent literary institution, thg
son would not remain entirely without educa
tion. The fact is, he is a gentleman of most
thorough general education: and so far as his
legal learning is concerned, it is enough to
say that our candidate was a favorite student
of WILLIAM M. MEREDITII, Esq., and it is to
be supposed that with such an instructor, our
candidate would not remain entirely ignorant
of law.
The fact is, Mr. LUDLOW has already earned
an enviable reputation at the bar for learning
and stern honesty, while as a gentleman, it Is
admitted that he will honor the bench of the
Common Pleas.
We will not utter an unkind word in regard
to Judge Colman, the nominee of the opposi
tion, and we know Mr. Lunr.ow's character
well enough to say that he would not desire an
elevation to the bench, if that elevation must
be purchased by such attacks upon the oppo
sition candidate as have been made upon him
self.
MR. GILDEA'S Emainuary.—One of our
contemporaries questions the right of Mr.
GILDEA to sit in the Legislature at its present
session, on the ground that ho ceased to be a
member when he accepted a place under the
Postmaster in this city. Both Mr. GILDEA
and his friends gave full consideration to this
objection before he determined to proceed to
Harrisburg. The Postmaster thought the ob
jection well founded, but Kr. GILDEA, believ
ing that he had duties to discharge in behalf
of his constituents, took counsel in the mat
ter with citizens well-versed in the legal and
parliamentary points involved, and, being as
sured that it was proper for him to take his
seat, acted accordingly. Amongst the cases
cited by those whom he consulted as be
ing analagous to his own, were those of JOHN
BINNO, who was employed by the National
Government while an Alderman; Mr. BUCKA-
Lew, who, while a State Senator, went abroad
under a National appointment, and Mr. JOHN
J. MCCAIIAN, who was a member of the Con
vention to amend the State Constitution while
a letter-carrier.
Those instances appear to cover the whole
case, and in view of their conclusiveness,
those who advised Mr. GILDEA not to go to the
'called session withdrew their objections, be
lieving they had no Author right' to interfere
Ihetween him and hie duty to his constituents.
'This much we learn on inquiry in the proper
, quarter. For ourselves, we may say that,
whatever may be the decision on the subject,
(if the question is raised in the louse of Re
presentatives,) there can be no doubt among
those who know Mr. GILDeA. that he has acted
upon pure convictions of duty, and with a clear
belief that he is right. In Democratic circles
it is considered fortunate that a man of his
well-known integrity and intelligence is in the
-Legislature at this important time.
TWO CENTS.
THE COURTS.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
(Reyorted for The Press I
U. S. COMmISSIONsit'S OPFlCE—Counidasioner Hear'
lett —At twelve o'clock the Pam of Henry Schmidt,
charged with the larceny of coin from the United States
Mint, where he was employed, was called up The de
fendant himself was not present, though bail had been
entered in one thousand dollars for his appearance to
day, upon the motion of the District Attorney, without
a hearing.
A suggestiori wan made to continue the came for ten
days, or to allow the defendant to enter bail for him ap
pearance at the 'text term of the court, waiving an ex
amination.
; The Commissioner said thst the defendant not being
present, he could not entortian either proposition i that
bail could not be entered without the
; presence of the
defandant,Tor be moat be a party totbe recognisance.
The District Attorney remarked that if the defendant
be not present let bis bail be forfeited. The Commis-
Goner then forfeited hie recognizance, with the under
standing that should ho make his appearance during
the day, the forfeit will be taken off. B. H. Hulse
mann wus the security for Schmidt. ,
U. S. CIRCUIT COURT—Judge Grier. -- Ewing es.
Bright et. of. An action to try wihy Cher the plaintiff is
a c,tizen of the Rate of Neff Jersey, and thereby en
titled to institute a proceeding iu equity in the United
States Circuit Court for this Circuit.
U. S. lUSTRieT Count Judge Kane. William
Auble was placed on trial on the charge of making
and paealag counterfeit half dollars of the United
States.
DIOTRICT COURT—Judge Sharawnod.—Osborn Conrad
Itatthew If atufiwen. e An Attie* tin ift. promissory
notes. Verdict for ptalutat for ISTO.N. Simpson fo
plainta ; Bennett for defendant. -
John Backer el. Goons Broder. An action of eject
ment for a ' , nut - ground on Sixth street; aficnie Market.
Pat Son for plaintiff; Seaton for defendant.
In the case of Obertatureies. Stewart, the jury ren
dered a verdict for plaintiff . - '
Congos Pzess,Judge Allison.--Jaeob Heed, Naomi
Pessmore, et of., executors of LeVte Ps...copra, de
ceased. An action on book account for goods sold and
'delivered.. Verdict for plaintiff, $ll6 J. B. Adams
for plaintiff ; PI Rankest for defendant.
. „. .
Conrad S. Ether 14. J. T. Wayne. A snit to recover
arrears of rent alleged to be due. - On trial. Derma for
plaintiff ; Goodman tor defendant.
Cogirine vs.' Maxwell_ Verdict for plaintiff for $2O.
QaOKTIR Stastoss.--Judge Thompson —John Mar
lowa, an inspector of the Ninth divivion of the Second
ward, at the late election In October _teat, wee charred
with receiving a fraudulent rote in the name of Angus
tttf
It was alleged that several Italian organ-grinders
voted, without the necessary qualification's, in the
Second ward, during the last October elections, and
among the rest was the name of Augustin Retto.
The District Attorney opened the case briefly, and
called '
J.InE. Ready, affirmed—l wee at the election poll in
October last, in the Ninth division of the Second ward;
I was a wateher appointed by the Court; John Marlowe
acted asap insp e ctor ;, he generally took the tickets; I
went there heroes the polls were open; there were two
clerks, and watchers; I was there when a man voted
whose name was called Augustine Ratto ; I doat remit
led whether he was challenged or not; his 'vote was re
ceived without any question; no qualified elector was
worn or affirmed to prove his residence ; I am positive,
of that ir• be made no proof of having resided In thifeltate"
one year before the election; there were some pep t el
banded in; I dont know if they were naturalize
papers.
Crose.examised by Mr. Cassidy—The, name of the
person that voted wasiAugust or Au ' &estate Ratto ; it
was not Augustine Katt°, I am pretty sure of that.
'Alma O. Webb, affirmed—l am The Prothonotary of
the Court of Common Pleas. (Papers handed to wit.
nevi.) These are the list of rotors kept by the
clerks.
Croirexantined by Mr. Casehlyl think it le about
two weeks since I bad these papers in my possession ;
they here been frequently out of my pretension during
the year ; I think I got these out of the Supreme Court
William Adrlen, aworn—li was Wide, the poll of the
Ninth division of the Second ward during the October
election; Merlowe and Costello were the inspectors;
I remember s, man rotiog of the name of Augnatito
Ratio. The rest of this witness's testimony was similar
to that of nerdy.
CriAs-elatnined by Mr. Rankin—l dont know how
many people voted there that day, I cannot recollect
how many; I don't know what time to the day Batt°
toted; I don't know what time in the day other Italians
voted ; I dori't know when I heard the name of Au
gustito Batt° last; I don't think I heard the name
since the last election. .
George Megee, sworn—l am the nigh Sheriff of the
city of Philadelphia there wail a proclamation' Issued
for the election of certain officers ; there was to be an
election held in the ninth division of the Second
Ward.
Crots•eiamiaed by W. Rankin—l believe there was
an election held in the Second Ward.
John D. Bayne, sworn—l west clerk [lithe City Com
missioner's office. This is the book prepared for the
October election officers. It is a copy of the original re
turns of the Assessor" of the Ninth division of the Se-
coed Ward.
Cross-examined by Mr. Rankin—l copied this boos
from Stitt Assessor's list.
John G. Hamilton, sworn—l was a messenger in the
City Commissioners , *Mee in October last , I delivered
the lists to the election °Ulcers of the various wards.
Crosaaaamined by Mr. Cassidy—l don't know that I
delivered third particular list to the election officers of
tne Ninth division of the Second ward.
. - .
Hobos Hancock, sworn -- - 1 am an officer of the Court
of Cosmon.Ple.; when the court was consulting in
room there irere tome papers before the judges;
I know not what became of them ; I think Mr. Byrne or
Mr. Ereitser knows where they are.
Edwaul G. Webb re-examined—l got some papers
kern the officers of the Supreme Court; I went down tO
the IProthealtadtgekeionto papers from Mr.
Jackson,one of the tipirtives of th e Court.
CrossexArtatted—l got four. .books and four lists of
,
voters, I think.
Charles Olipin, affirmed—l was one of th e cou.ncel
employed in the District Attorney contested case. To
the best of my recollection ,the list of the Ninth division
of the Second ward was found in its box, and examined
in court No cross-examination.
John D. Birch, sworn—l was at the polls of the Ninth
dividers of the Second ward. Five or ing voters came up
to the window, and I challenged them all. Mr. Mona
glm took some papers out of his pocket, and handed
them into the window. The rest of this witness's testi
mony- is similar to the others as regards no proof being
mode of residence, /cc., of Augustito Batto.
The District Attorney then offered the two lists of
voters of the Ninth division of the Second ward, and the
book of taxables.
Mr. Rankin objected, on the ground that the whole of
the lists Is not evidence, but that part of it may be
The list wee also objected to by Mr. Cutsidy. on the
ground of not being identified as tba list of the voters of
the precinct.
Judge Thompson said: The question here is not if
the book will make against John Marlowe, but whether
it will be admitted In testimony. If it be admitted that
the name of Augustito Batt° yes 'written by Costello,
one of the inspectors, It relieves the Commonwealth of
the difficulty of producing may receipts from the officers
for this book. I think there Is sufficient testimony to
p.riolt the book to go In evidence
Mr. Rankin then addressed the jury on behalf of the
defendant, and, In a very able argument, endeavored to
show that there was not sufficient testimony to convict
Marlowe on he stood charged In the bill of indictment.
The District Attorney replied, and asked the jury to
convict, se the ease of the Commonwealth had bean fully
made out.
••- • • .
Judge Thompson eliminated the law In the cue eery
lucidly.
Jury out The District Attorney for the Common
wealth ; L. C. Cassidy and William B. Rankin, Elva ,
for defewituat.
Henry Goener won acquitted or selling liquor wittkon
/item° T. Elenesey for defendant.
The briuor eases of the Rierenih, Sixteenth end Seven
teenth wards Will be taken up this morning.
The Good-Will Engine, No. 20.—Instituted
March 20th, IBo2—This company, accompanied by
the Pennsylvania Cornet Saud, made a most credi
table display at the firemen's parade. They turn
ed out in their full strength numbering 196 men,
while their pioneers, by their size, robustness and
general appearance, were the theme of many of
the citizens. Their engine, which undoubtedly
was one of the finest in the parade, elicited great
praise from the lookers-on. The boa of the engine
is of a light green color; while the gallery is orna
mented with handsome paintings on the panels,
the whole being relieved by a handsome border,
plated with gold, each panel being surmounted
with a plate containing the name and motto of the
company. The design of the painting on the front
panel is taken from the Bible, and represents the
appearance of the angel to Cornelius. That en the
rear panel exhibits a shipwreck, by which a young
man is east on a desert island; when, just as ho is
about despairing of life, a vessel is seen in the dis
tance, coming to his reams.
One of the aide-panels represents a young wo
man who, having lost her way in the woods, and
being captured by the Indians, is conveyed by one
of the squaws to the boat of her lover, who is
anxiously seeking her. The painting on the
other aide-panel is considered the handsomest of
them all. It is taken from Lordßyron's" Corsair.'?
It illustrates the piratechief conveying Camaroa id
his arms at the head of his companions,
who rescue
the inmates of the seraglio from the flames they
themselves had lit. The following lines from the
" Corsair" suggested the scene :
But who is she t Whom Conred's arm. convey,
From reeking pile and combat's wreck sway."
The front panel of the box is adorned with a
painting of a, mother with her babe in her arms, who
has strayed into the woods, and night coming on,
she is attacked by bears while endeavoring to
shield her child. The paintings are all emble
matical of the "Good-will on earth." The
wheels, tongue, and arms of the engine are of
white polished hickory; the end of the tongue
being ornamented with a beautiful tiger's head.
At an early hour on Monday morning, the com
pany repaired to the corner of Fifteenth and
Vine etreete, whore a superb banner was presented
to them. It is five feet by night, and cost the
donors $350. The design illustrates the filial af
fection of the Roman matron. lier father is
doomed to die by starvation, and is chained in a
eell, when his daughter, forgetting her maternal
ties, gives the nourishment which is denied her
child, to the guardian of her youth, hoping, there
by, to relieve the pangs he is suffering. The ban
ner is trimmed with crimson satin and gold lace,
and is surmounted by a handsome eagle.
Mr. Jno. Hamilton, jr., in a neat and eloquent
address, promoted it to the company, in behalf of
the ladies of Philadelphia,. Mr. Thomas F. More
land. ono of the members, returned the heartfelt
thanks: of the company, in which he pledged them
to cherish it as a fond memorial of the estimation
in which they were held by the fair donors
Delightful Serenades.—The celebrated Bos
ton Cornet Band, under the able leadership of Mr.
J. Rice, have been entertaining a number of our
prominent citizens, during the past few evenings,
with some very delightful serenades. On Tuesday
evening Messrs. Gibb t Emery, the proprietors of
the handsome fifteen-dollar sewing machine which
took the first premium at the recent State Agricul
tural Fair, were serenaded at their residence, No.
709 South Washington Square, by this band. A
number of very beautiful pieces were well per
by the full baud. The whole party were
I invited to partake of a liberal collation, to which
full justice was done. Several excellent se:Mime:Ma
were given, and called forth replies from Messrs.
Gibbs, Emory, George C. Bower, John M. Oxton,
of the Boston Herald, and others. Messrs. Gibbs,
re Emory have their place of business at No. 792
Chestnut street. They aro from Boston, and the
serenade to them was on account of "old acquaint
ance."
That amiable Inan and popular actor, Edwin L.
Davenport, was not forgotten by the Bostonians,
and they woke him from hie slumbers, at the Wash
ingt n House, on the same night, to give him a
glorious salute. The band performed several
favorite airs in compliment to the distinguished
tragedian. Ned, as he is familiarly called by the
boys of the old Bay State, although much wearied
by his performance of Othello—a character, by the
way, which he renders with rare excellence—shook
his old friends cordially by the hand, and returned
his sincere thanks for the compliment bestowed
upon him, The band then emenaded Mr. T. Heath,
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Yanis and other States for cantrihntione giving the eel'
rent news of the day in their particcdu localities, the
resources of the surrotuding country, the tr.:raise of
population, and any information that nil/ be interesting
to the general reader
a young gentleman from Poston. residing in Sixth
street, above Chestnut The members of the
Schuylkill Hose Company, who enj.aged the Bos
ton Baud, express themselves highly delighted with
their very excellent music.
The further hearing in the case of the two men
arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the
robbery of the store of Mr. Benjamin Curtis will
take place tomorrow.
GENERAL NEWS.
The editor of the Rochester Democrat has
nen a statement, from a pretty reliable entree, to
the effect that a duel was recently fought between
two =Mean at West Point. in which one was rather
severely wounded. The other one, who had dune
gallant service in Mexico, was at once ordered off
to Utah, and the affair was not made public The
same authority is given for the statement that re
cently, while a corps of cadets were ordered on
some special duty, the young men took offence at
the orders of the person in command of !beeped,
and one of them rushed at the officer with his
sword drawn, and at Oriee , commenced a furious at
tack. The officer stood upon his defence, and
finally succeeded in disarniing his opponent, who
was all the while becoming more hot and rash. In
diaposseesing him of his weapon, the cadet's award
arm was wounded. -He retired to have his wound
hound up; 'and' while absent one of his comrades
'amnia hit place in the combat_ The woaaded
man rehtrned and again took his sword, and with:
increased yinlextea attacked the officer, who found,
iit necessary hi'usaitirhis skill and vigor in parrY-,
ing the blows of hie antagonist. When the affair
had became apparently one of life and death be-•
tween the .combatants, a senior officer came upon
the ground and-put an end to it. The cadets who
participated in the combat were arrested, and it,
was supposed Would be dismissed. One of them,
it is stated, is a son of Gen. Jessup.
The cold snap which visited the North last
week wassquallyaevereinsomepartsoftheSouth
and its effects fullyas disastrous tocropa. On Tuea,
day and Wednesday a heavy frost occurred in,
Roanoke county, Va., seriously damaging larg.e
quantities of tobacco. In Bristol there was a slight
formation ofice upon stagnant praalser water. Much
injury was done to fodder. in Raleigh. N. C.,
Augusta, Gee., Edgefield district, 8. C., Louisville,
N.Y., and Hernando, Miss., heavyf.
were Seen
on the same day. The thermometer in each locality
indicated about 32 degrees.
Sir. Almon Peabody, a well-known denizen
. of Bangor, Me., complained of u nothing t, do,"
and no pay for it. Re offered to do anything for
•ti quid pro quo. Mr. David Tenor took him at,
his offer, and hired him at $l4 day for three days.
to march from Granite block, on East Market
square, to Dodge's hotel ; in regimentals, with
which he was furnis, ed#and was seen performing
his task with plume waving and gun at shoulder
arms.
• Mts. lost her husband and slB,ooo'
' tortilla Central America. Raving nothing left tar
the scanty clothing she Won, the citizens of New
York supplied her with $250 worth Of Mania and
clothing, and $5O in 'money. She started for home,.
and the cam tan off the track, on Sunda, xmor,lt•
ing, at Corning, N. Y., completely dashingin
pieces her trrinks, and TOry nearly destroying all
the contents.' The company furnished new trunks,
' and the passengers went on.
Mrs. ]resell Doane, residing . at No. 12
Meserole - street, Williamsbnrgh. had her boas*
robbed of $730 in gold. The money bad been
withdrawn from the Farmers' and Chinas' Bank
with the intention of depositing it in an Eastern
bank. It was uridoubt4p taken by some one as
qnainted with the - premises; as the key for unlock
ing the aooretary wee taken from the bottom of a
trunk, where she had left it.
The Anderson (South Carolina) Carolinian
states that lately quite an exciting race came off
between Messrs. Dean, of that district, and Sealed;
of lieorgia, for the honor of hringing the first bale
of new cotton into the market. The race cow,
menced some eight or ten miles below the town;
and no mercy was shown Weir horses until they
reached the town, which they did about daylight--
lir. Macaulay has chosen- as his new title
that of "Baton Macaulay of Roth] ey, in the coun
ty of Leicester." Rothley Temple was for some years
the residence of his maternal uncle, the late Thoe.
Babington, formerly high sheriff of Leicestershire,
many years M. P. for the city of Leicester, and af
ter whom the historian was named. It wan Mr:
Macaulay's birthplace.
The Russian journals announce the estab
•
lishment, at St: Petersburg, of a society for the
exportation of prepared meats for consumption in
France. The factories are to be erected in the
south pf Russia and Siberia, where horsed cattle
can be purchased at bat little cost. The prepared
moat can be sold at a much lower price than fresh
beet -
- Lit:marmot Rancher, of North Carolina, ap
pointed by the President to be, Governerof New
Mexico, in place of Governor Merriwether, arrived
In St. Lents on Sunday. He takes his family with
him. Governor Reneher -was to be escorted by a
tletathrawatisf G'oited States .troups.i. Theta
will be mounted.
On Thursday morning, as we learn from the
Alton Courier, a man was killed at the railroad
depot in 11linoistown. He bad upon his person
$lBO in money, a valuable gold watch, and two
promissory notes--one for $l,OOO, the other s2oo—
by H Boone, and in favor of Boone.
Nothing else is known of him.
The Chicago Time, says great inconvenience
is experienced in the business community frau/
the want of silver change. There is ve little in
circulation. The issue of shopkeeper s cheeks,
marked "good for five, ten, or twenty-live Gents,"
is seriously talked of.
Mr. Tice, first assistant engineer of the
Central . ..l:smite, one of the last rescued ; has made
an official statement concerning the great disaster,
anti the condition of the steamer's engines, lie
says the boilers were in perfect order, and charges
the disaster to the severe storm and violent sea.
The London Times states that Lieut. Col.
Jerreil, an American engineer of some repute in
the construction of suspension bridges, has arrived
at Clifton, England, for the purpose of erecting a
bridge of this descriptiOn across the Avon from St.
Vincent's Rocks to Leigh Woods.
The papers are publishing a strange account
of a, woman at Rorican, Herren county, New
York, who has been sick since the 20th of 6eptem
bar last, during all which time she has not eaten
any food. Indeed, sines the 28th of June, 1855,
she has not eaten more than enough for a single
meal.
Mrs. Amanda Miller, wife of Mahlon Miller,
residing in Reading, Pa.; was in the act of filling
a lighted titdd letup from, a bottle containing fluid,
which escaping and coining in contact with the
fire, ignited her clothing, enveloping her in tames,
and before assistance could come burned her body
almost into a crisp.
A man stepped into the store of Koschland
& Oppenheimer, in Hagerstown, 3.1 d., and pur
chased $225 worth of jewelry. While, however,
the clerk had his back turned to make out the bill,
the fellow seized the articles, and made off at such
rapid speed that, although pursued, be effected his
escape.
A man named Frederick hfcDole was found
dead In the Street, in Cleveland, on Saturday
morning. He was a man of intemperate habits,
and had, on the evening before, left a grocery on
Ohio street, with strong symptoms of delirium
tremens.
Mr. Leonard, the aeronaut, who made an as
tension at Hartford, Conn., Friday, once amended
from Dixon, Illinois, against the protect of the
spectators, and sailed thirty-five miles in twenty
five minutes, that is, at the rate of eighty-four
miles an hour.
A burglar, named Newton Williams, and a
horse-thief, escaped from the Passaic county (N. J )
jail, at Paterson. on Sunday. They wrenched a
leg from an iron hmstead,pried off one of the locks,
and scaled the walls. A reward of 5200 has been
offered for their recapture.
The Lafayette (Ind.) Argus announces the
arrival at home, in that place, of Airs. R. A. Lock
wood and family, rescued from the Central Ameri
ca. Mr. Lockwood, who was lost, had closed up
his business in California, and intended to reside
at Lafayette.
Miss Margaret Somerville, daughter of R.
B. Somerville, M. P. P., was killed bz lightning,
at St. 'Michaels, on Monday. bbe was sit
ting at the window, inside the house, with an in
fant mister on her lap, which escaped injury.
The fall shoe trade in Lynn is over. Sales
were less than last year; still, a fair business was
done, and the stock in manufacturers' hands is
much smaller than usual. The past week has in
creased the number of the unemployed.
The son of an English merchant, named
Whyte, whose fortune is estimated at £.2,000.600,
has recently, at his own expense, raised and equip
ped a corps of thirty Europeans, with which he set
off to join the British forties in the East Indies as a
volunteer.
A bell (one of Menely's make) has just been
procured for the Presbyterian Church in Myrtle
avenue, Bridgeport. It weighs 2,033 pounds, and
the cost was nearly $1,200. It is keyed on D, and
the tones are very fine.
In London, a fortnight ago, John Dean and
Wm. Cushway were sentenced to one month in the
Rouse of Correction, for torturing a cat by setting
a dog upon her. In aggravation of the offence,
it was proved that she was a cat of good character.
Father O'Reilly, pastor of St. Paul's Church
at Blackstone, Mass., died on Tuesday, aged forty
five years. It is a little singular that he died on
his birth-day, and at the very hour of the day on
which he was born.
While endeavoring to arrest a desperate
villain, natned Harry Hall, on Tuesday night, City
Marshal Russ, of Utica, N. T., was tiangenanly
stabbed.
WASHINGTON NEWS
[From the Evening Star 3
Tug NAVAL Coors OF INQLIRII.—BefOLO Court
No. 1, to-day, the following witnesses were ex
amined in the pending ease of ex-Passed Midship
man Rail, and in his behalf, viz: Com. 0. Carr,
Capt. John Manning. Passed Asst. 3urgean P J
llowitz, Major James Edelin, Rev. Mr. Clark,
(chaplain,) Surgeon J. McClelland, and Lieuts
James P. Foster and Joseph D. Daniels. Surgeon
Foltz wee also examined on the Government's be
half.
Before Court No. 2,the case of Lt Fitzgerald
still pending. Cap-11OClube was esatainea to
day on the tiovertiment's behalf. The defence of
Lt. Bissell is to be heard before this Court to
morrow.
In Court No. 3, the cam of ex-Pae:ed Midship
man Edward A. Selden Vol taken up, and Com
modore Stringham, Captain Goldsboroigh, Dr
Milton J. Love, and Mr. Horace White were ex
amined for the applicant T M Blount and P. P.
Phillips, Esqs, connect for applicant—the former
managing the defence,
AN INSPECTION VISIT —The Sc4retary of War
to-day paid a visit to the 'Washington Waterworks,
proceeding along
_the whole line. lie is accom
panied by Capt. Moja% the engineer constructing
the work which they are thus inspecting together.