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JoNFs, Pastor. Services in College Chapel, at 11 o'clock,
A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M. -
Kaman Catholic Church, Pomfret, near East street.—
Services by Rev. Mr. DesAmoo, every second Sunday.
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William M. Wilson, Lecturer on Natural Science and
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Alexander Schein, Professor of Hebron , and Modern
Benjamin Arbogast, Tutor in Languages.
Samuel I). Hillman, Principal of the Orammar School.
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PROSEEDINGS . OF CONGRESS.
SUMMARY OF NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 21
Congress.—Yesterday, the Senate spent
the day in discussing the Bounty Land bill.
In the House, the motlw to lay on the table
the motion to reconsider the vote referring
the Pacific Railroad bill to a select com
mittee, was affreed to. The rest of the day,
was occupied with the French Spoliation bill.
Senate ,passed a bill to define and punish
bribery, and to compel witnesses to testify,
and one relating to taxes on collateral inheri A
tances. In the House, a number of unim
portant bills were passed, and one reported
from Committee, to repeal the registration
laws of Philadelphia.
The recent storm caused many disasters at
Baltimore and Philadelphia, At Baltimore
the tornado was the most destructive seen
there for many years. - Four. schooners were
capsized and sank in the harbor at the foot
of Broadway, six more at a place called the
Warehouse wharf, four more at anchor upon
the Middle Ground, also went dowe, as (lid a
brig anchored in the stream. Nine persons
were said to' be drowned on board these
schooners, so far as known, but the. Ameri.
`can says that there were none. immense
quantities of wood and timber were swept off
the wharves, chimnies were blown down,
houses unroofed, etc. The Ohio Liquor Law,
a very stringent enactment, prohibiting the
retailing of liquors except native wines, beer,
and eiderlhas been prononced constitutional
by the Supreme Court of that 'State. The
lower house of the Massachusetts Legisla
ture has lust elected Henry Wilson, Free
Soil, to fill the vacancy in the representation
of that State in the U. S. Senate, caused by
the reSignation of the Hon. Edward Everett.
The State Senate has yet to ratify it, but will,
no doubt, do so.
Congress,—Yesterdaythe Senate con
sidered and amended the military appropri
ation bill. In the House the French Spolia
tion bill was discussed in Committee of the
Whole, and the Board of Claims bill taken
up and referred to the Committee on the
Pennsylvania Leyislalure.—Yesterday, the
Senate received communications from the
State Treasurer and Auditor General, show•
ing the amount of temporary loans outstand
ing, the &ate moneys deposited in banks, at
various periods, the allowance made to banks
for certain services, &c. Bills were passed
to close finally the Arnst account of the U. S.
Bank, prohibiting bank cashiers, from engag
ing in any other business, &e. Charters were
reported from the Corporation committee for
the Point Breeze Park Association ; and the
Girard Life Insurance Company. In the
House, the committee on the Northampton
contested scat was granted authority to take
testimony in that county. The..bill to confer
the rights of citizenship on colored persons,
and to repeal the $3OO exemption law, were
reported negatively front the Judiciary. The
Corporation committee reported favorably on
the charter of the American Loan Company
The case of Robert G. Simpson, charged
with being a defaulter of the public funds
entrusted toglis keeping as County Treasurer,
has been tried in the Supreme Court in
Philadelphia, and the charge of the Court
was against him, but the jury has. not yet
returned a verdict. One of, the wives of
Brigham Young, the Mormon leader, has ;Ir.,
rived at Chicago, from Salt Lake, having left
in disgust. She announces her determine
Lion to show up the Mormon 'community in a
series of lectures. The Canadian railroad
riot has not yet been subdued. The laborers,
to the number of 150, still are armed and in
possession of the track at Cayuga, about 30
miles east of Brantford. The railroad di
rectors took men to the spot to drive theta
off, but found the mob too strong for them.
The British soldiers were to be called upon,
and will no doubt put an end to the riot.'
Congress , .-YeSterday, the Senate and
Rouse both received a message from the
President, containing information relative to
sites for Post Offices, .he., in New York,
Philadelphia, &e. In the Senate this was
referred to the Post Office Committee. In
the I.lonse, it was referred to a Select Com
mittee. " In the Senate, Mr. Chase introduced
a bill for the improvement of the Ohio River.
Mr. Cooper made a speech in fitvor of his
'resolutions, with reference to the importation
of forcing paupers and convicts. A sharp
political debate thilowed, and then the Army
Appropriation bill was considered at length.
It the House, the "debate on the French
Spoliation bill was ended.
Pemasylvania tryislature.—Yesterday, the
,n resolution authorizing the'
printing of a daily legislative record: In the
House, the Northampton contested election
case was up-again.' and the ' rdsOlution for
popri Du . tie
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1855.
TOURSDAY, Jan. 25
FIUDAY, Jan. 26
taking testimony in Northampton was recon
sider:d and rejected.
It. G. Simpson, late treasurer of Philadel.
phia county, has been acquitted of the charge
of embezzlement of the State funds by the
jury, to whom the
,case was given in the
Nisi Prins. The jury consumed two days in
arriving at this remarkable verdict. A coal
boat at Mauch Chunk was destroyed by Cite
on Wednesday night, and two persons, the
captain and his son, who were asleep in her,
was burned to death. A balloon, with which
Miss Louisa Bradley, of Philadelphia, ascen
ded to a great height, at Easton, yesterday,
burst, but formed a parachute, and descend.
ed without harming, the lady. From Cali•
t'ornia—tho steamer George Law, arrived at
New York, yesterday, from Aspinwall, with
San Francisco advices to the Ist inst„ and
$1,251,000 in gold, of which $94,000 is for
Drexel & Co., and $50,000 for Thos. Wattson
& Sons. A robbery of $27,000 was cola
witted on board the steamship Sonora, on
her way down to Panama. The carpenter
and boatswain were arrested, and $1:1000,
recovered. A storm occurred at San Fran
cisco, on the Ist. which was more severethan
any sine,e o lBs2, and did much damage. The
Supreme Court has declared Sacramento the
capitol of the State. Nineteen convicts esca
ped from the State Prison, on the 27th alt.
emigress.—Yesterday, various private bills
were passed. Among theta was one to pay
the owners of the. privateer General Arm.
strong, for her destruction by the British,ln
a Portuguese harbor, during the war of
1812, which caused considerable discussion,
but finally passed. • In the House, it" resolu
tion was reported and adopted, to give the
requisite notice for terminating reciprocity
treaties'of commerce and navigation, in cases
where the terms stipulated for their continu
ance have expired, with such powers as
manifest liberality towards our commerce:
A private bill for the relief of Samuel A.
Belden & Co., was rejected. The French
Spoliation bill was, then debated.
Pennsylvania Lvislatul'e.—Yesterday, the
Senate passed finally the bill to increase the
capital stock of the Short Mountain Coal
Company, and also passed in cointnittee of
the whole the supplementary act relative to
insolvents. In flip House, the UM to repeal
the registration act passed committee of the
whole. A bill relative to the purchase of
certain books for the use of the members
passed finally, and a bill from the Senate to
revive and continue in force until September,
18437, the law graduating the price of lands
in which the purchase honey is due and un
paid.. A further suMement to the charter
of the Western Liouse'of RefugAlso passed
Advices from Cuba received at Washington
represent the Cuban populace as much ex•
cited, and joining the revolutionary cause
because of the refusal of Spain to sell the
island to the United States. The Sardinian
frigate expected to arrive at New York with
a large number of foreign criminals on
board; has been ordered by the United States
government to be seized on her arrival and
detained until an investigation can be had.
A steamer, with twenty men on board and a
cargo of lire arms and ammunitien, has been
seized at New York by the United States
authorities, on suspicion of having been fitted
out for a filibuster expedition.
Congress.— On Saturday, the Senate was
not- in session, having adjourned over to
Monday. The House passed a resolution of
inquiry relative to the refusal of Spain to
accord to our citizens the free access to the
Courts of Cuba for the collection of debts.
It is 'understood that is the case, notwith
standing treaty 'stipulations. The French
Spoliation bill was taken up, discussed,
amended, passed in committee, reported to"
the House, and passed; but pending the
question on agreeing to the title of the bill,
Mr. Walsh-proposed a satirical amendment,
which caused quite a disorderliscene, lasting
until the adjournment.
Pennsylvania .Legislature.—The bill sup
plementary to the Consolidation act was re
ported from Select Committee, and passed
through Committee of the Whole. A to
confer additional powers on the Girard Life
Insurance and 'hest Company, and two
other unimportant acts. In the House, the_
bill from the Senate to repeal the registration
act passed finally. The amendments of the
Senate to the resolution to publish a daily
legislative record, were concurred in. Bills
were reported to erect the new counties of
Lackawanna, Madison, Conemaug, Redstone
and Pine; also, bills to abolish the northern
district of the Supreme Court, and change
the time of holding the other district terms,
and to repeal the charter of the Erie and
Northeast Railroad Company. Negative re
ports were made on, the bills to establish a
Court of Conciliation, and relative to the
'commencement of actions and to executors:
The Sunday liquor law was enforced in
New York yesterday, the grog shops all
being *closed; and the city very quiet. A.
MONDAY, Jan. 29
heavy storm of rain and a mild atmosphere,
last evening, dissipated the snow in Philadel
phia, Baltimore and New York, and, conse
quently, destroyed the sleighing. The deaths
last week, in New York city, were 437; in
Philadelphia, 185. Mr. Slidell has been re
elected, to the United States Senate from
Louisiana. It if; believed that he owes his
success to the influence of the Know Noth
ing party, who were desirous of preventing
the return of Mr. Soule. Julia Dean, the
actress, lias been married to Dr. Ilavne. of
South Carolina. The formal taking pos:u.s.
siva of Mcsilla valley be the American gov
ernment is announced officially in the Mexi
Conyress-Yestertlay, the Senate passed
a bill to extend the judicial fee bill of 1853
to all the territories; also a resolution direct
ing the payment of $833 kithe Secretary of
the Territory of Minnesota for certain servi
ces. The Senate refused to pass the French
Spoliation bill as amended by the House,
until it should be printeC. for examination.
In the ieuse, the Senate resolutions author
izing the 'Navy Department to send a steamer
owl a tender to the relief or rescue of Dr.
Kane was passed. The .blouse passed a re-
Solution nulifying the railroad charter granted
by the legislature of Minnesota.
Pennsylvania Leyislaln re.—Yesterday, the
Senate amended and passed to a third read
ing the Supplement to the Consolidation. bill.
In the tluuse the Sunday liquor bill was de
The Central American expeditio'n, under
Col. Kinney is threatened with a •proclanut
tion from President Pierce. A revolutionary
outbreak in Cuba is looked for as, according
to recent advices, much excitement was pre
A CI!AROE OF BRIBERY.—The Harrisburg
correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger
states that when the bill supplementary to
the act of 1847, defining and punishing the
offence of bribery, was up for consideration
in the Senate a few days ago, 31r Price made
,the following statement,:
"That after the passage of the consolida
tion bill through the Senate, and while it was
yet pending before the House, ho was di.
reedy approached by a member of the House,
asking compensation for the support of the
bill, and its sate conduct through that body.
Ho promptly refused to be engaged in such
a transaction, and remonstrated with the
member upon the impropriety of his course,
representing the justice of the consolidation
bill; and thp unanimous sentiment of the
people of Philadelphia ill its favor. The re
ply was, that he was aware of that fact, but
he thought there was ‘somellting in it,' and
that he might as well make a little, and that
he knew fifteen others who were ready to aid
in its passage for a reasonable compensation.
Thoroughly disgusted at the man's venality,
lief Mr. 'rice) arose in order that he might
depart, when the miserable creature tun ed,
and as a last appeal exclaimed, "can't you
yirc us jive dollars apiece?'"
lltlsil REBELLION.—The 2nd or "Irish 13r:-
gado," as it is called, of -Philadelphia, com
posed of volunteer•corps made . upmainly of
foreigners, is out in open rehellitm against
the constituted authorities..lt scorns, just
before going out of office Gov. Bigler, in his
capacity of Coimnander-in-Chief;
Col. Patrick W. Conroy, Brigadier General
pro. tem. and issued orders for an inspection
of the Brigade and an election for Brigade
officers. Pollock, for good reasons no
doubt, appointed Col. WILLIAM I% SMALL,
Brigadier pit tem. in place of Conroy, and
leduntermanded the election until further or.
ders. Gen. Pat. refused to obey, and issued
his orders that thB election should go ahead.
It came off a few evenings ago, (nobody at•
tending but the Irish) and Mr. John Tyler,
j'r., was the chosen Brigadier.—Gen. Small,
of course maintains his position, and regards
Gen.• Tyler's election - as a grand farce.—
Whether it will lead to war ; or wler when
and how it will end, remains to he seen. We
guess, as a finale to the whole pro2eeding.
the "Irish Brigade." will be drummed out of
TIIE CONSUMPTION Or'
years ago, three men by hand work, could
scarcely manufacture 4000 small
paper in a day, while now by the use of ma.
chinery, they can produce 60,000 in the same.,
time. It has been calculated that if the pa
per produced yearly by six unwhines (meld
be put together, the sheet-would encircle the
world: Nowhere is the paper so much val.
ued-as in the United States. In France,
with 35,000,000 of inhabitants, only 00 tons
are produced, nearly one seventh of which is
for exportation. In Britain, with 28,000,000
of inhabitants, .95,000 tons are produced,
while the amount produced in the United
States is nearly as great as prodaced by
France 'and Ritgland together.
,TK,Esniv, Jam 30
LATER FROM EUROPE!
ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC
SEI3ASTOPOL, NOT TAKEN.
Propositions for Peace Accepted !
THE RUSSIAN INVASION
xie,--The Steamer Pacific arrived nt New
York on Thursday, with later intelligence
from E l,e.
The Eastern question has assumed an en•
tircly new and most important phase. The
'Czar has accepted not Only the four points
of the guarantee, but also the interpretation
diereof,"iis e:plained hr England, France and
lustria, i.ut no armistice is granted, and
onseTteutlyli.:stilitieS continue unabated.—
i s y e t dkie hither the said acceptance
Russia is unconditional or with more im
dortant explanations. The immediate effect
of the report was to raise Consols 2 percent,
hut they afterwards fell off.
Sardinia has tbridally joined the Western
alliance. Prnsia claima to take a share in
' t'm negotiation, but declines for the present,
to increase her army,
The siege of Sobastopol•presented no new
features on the second inst all hough repea
NM rumors arks capture hat e
The conduct of Pri.SBi t and the Germa-n
States are still elnivocal,.a. ti the sincerity
of Hussia is ninelt dulded. This doubt
I . llll , f'd to fall buck, after litting ad.
vAnced2 per cent, under the first c fleet of
The .‘[l:es, it k i—sist t,tt the
Rus,ian naval power iu the 131ael t sea Lein;;
plae e .l on a leVel with that of the other pow
t:4, as a proof Of its sincerity. On this point,
it is expe,•ted the negotiations will split, a.;
Russia V+ ill, On nu account, OSSCUIt to it.
1 . 1.12 havv again invaded the
prim ipalitn,. A despatch from Britilew,.
Jail. 9, says that the Russians have crossed
the I Mmibp, invaded the pobrialseha aild re
cap( I\l , i both Tultzeha and Habailagh., Sa-
Pael.a deldnded Tultz,:
.11ha as long as pos
latest official despatch published by the En
glish government was of the 25th ult, and
embraces only what had previously been re-
By the way of St. Petersburg there is a
despatch from Menschikoff, dated Januqy
2d which says nothing new had occurred.—
He continues to annoy the enemy by night
sorties. In one of these ten of the French
Zonaves were made prisoners.
Omar Pacha embarked on the Ist for Bal.
altlava. He has taken means., to brino• ' a
three of 30,000 men and CIO guns in the Cr
imea. Ten thousand Turks have already lat.-
ded at Eupatoria.
Many rumors are afloat in Great Britain,
with regard to changes in the Cabinet, but
they were considered as mere rumors.
The proposed proffer of mediation by the
United States has excited much less attention
than !night have been supposed. The Lon•
don Timds tleats the 'quest:on with great can
dor and fairness, and submits that the Uni
ted States must allow that such an of4,r of
mediation may be declined' in any special
case, and no disrespect be implied. It is
free to one party to offer its friendly services,
and equally free to the other not ida accept.
• 'The demand for breadstuff in Liver
pool for. speculation had ceased. Th 7 mar
ket has ten heavy but inproved slightly at
PRELATES WHO HAVE RETIRED PROM .01 , •
rteE.—Under this head The Metro,polilan
Caiholic Almanac for 1855, contains the fol-
The Right Rev. Fredrick Reze, Bishop
of Iletroit, consecrated Oct. 6, 1833.
'The Right Rev. Celestine de In Hailitn
diere, second Bishop of Vincennes, cousi -
c.atel August 18, 1839. ,
`The Right Rev. Our Ignatius Chabrat,
late Coadjutor of Louisville, icy., consecrate 1
July 20, 1831.
What has occasioned the retiring 'of these
Bishops ?—lf we miStake not, this retire•
inent has been compulsory. Bishop Reze,
R is well known is a citizen of Michigan,
and is in confinement in some dungeon in
Rome, t Although the United States Con
gress hits called for his release, he is still im
prisoned. The old setlers ,of Detroit who
knew the man, have petioned in vain for his
release: The Papal authorities at Rome
have invariably turned a deaf ear to all such
requests, whether they came from the Uni
ted States.representatives at Rome or. from
our citizens.—N. Tribune.
YOUNG AMERICA. —A boy named Lewis
Mount, 16 years of age, was arrested in
Philadelphia, in the fore part of the wee' ,
for, drunkenness, throwing stones in the,
street, &e., and after a hearing before Alder..
map Izard, s3nt to the House of Refuge.
After the committal a girl of fifteen called
at the office of the magistrate and claimed
Mount as her husband! alleging that she was
married to him eight months since, by Father
Lane. !rho Alderman referred the venerable
matron to the Managers of the Refuge. The
hopeful couple evidently belong to the . "fact
• Xili4r" Tnt SUSQUEMANNA COUNTY " Demo.
crucy" held a meeting at 'Montrose, last weeb,
at which a series of resolutions were adopted,
giving the cut direct to the present National
Administration, denouncing the repeal of t! e
Missouri Compromise, and, taking strorg
grounds against the Know Nothingtrouttany
change of the naturalization laws, . In Aloe ?
he platform adopted by them is about the
same as, that of the Republican Party just `
organized in that county, and the indieations
are that a fusion - of thOtepublicans and the
so-called Democracy against the Americans
is about taking place in Susquehanna, •