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N,oroug4 Count' as.
' Chief Burgess, Samuel D. Miller,
Assistant Burgess, Peter Bohai,
Town Council, Barr - Spangler, (President)
John Crull, Thomas Stence, Ed. , P. Trainer,
Henry 8. Libhart.
Toum Clerk, Theo: Hiestand.
Treasurer, John Auxer.
Assessor of Taxes, William Mild, Jun.,
Collector of Taxes, Frederick L:L.' Baker. ,
Justice of the Peace, Emanuel D. Ithath.
High'Constable, Absalem Ernawifer.
Assistant Constable, Franklin IC:Mosey.
Regulators, John H. Goodman, E. D. Routh.
Supervisor, Samuel Hippie, gen.' ,
School Directors, John Jay Libkart, Presi
dent, E. D. Roath, Treasurer, C.A. gehaffner,
Secretary, John K. Fidler, Aaron ,13. % Grostf,
Jonathan M. Larzelcre.
Post Office flours: The Post Office will
be open from 7 o'clock in the Morning until
Bin the evening. Chas. Kelly,'Postinaster.
gedefieiai Societies: THE lisamorw, A. N.
Cassel, President; John Jay Libhart, Treasur
er ; Barr Spangler, Secretary. Tat PIONEER,
JOhn Jay Libhart, President; Abrrn Ousel
Treasur; Wm. Child, Jr., Secret ary .
President Judge, Henry G. Long. ,
Aartritapt I:l44ges, Alexander L. gaYSs, Feu
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District Attorney, Emlen Frank -
Prothonotary, Peter Martin.
Recorder, Anthony Good.
Register, John Johns.
County Treasurer, Michael H. Shirk.
Sheriff, Stephen W. P. Boyd.
Clerk of Quarter Sessions Court, Sainn Myers.
_opOrphafts' Court, C4 - ...,„Stanat.
Coroner, Levi Summy. - -
County Commissioners, Daniel Good, Joseph
Boyer, Levi S. Heist, Solicitor, Ed. Reilley.
Clerks Peter G. Eberman. '
Dinictors of the Poor, Robertß i yerS, Lewis
Sprecher, Daniel Overholtzer; obn Huber,
Simon Grob. David Styer Solicitor, James
IL'A.lexander. Cleric, Wm. Taylor. , -
Prison Insßectors, R. I. Houston, Dix. Brandt,
John Long, Jacob Seitz, gleam , Evans,lf.
S. Gartt. Solicitor, Dan'l G. Baker.'Keep"-
er Jay Cadwell.
Auditors, Thomas S. Tates B. Lytle,
County Surveyor, John C. Lewis.
J. R. HOFFER,
avA Zagineer, Surveyor, Ccmveyancer
Mtlin-rt.;ll,fountjoy, Lancaster C0.,..Pa.
ALL kinds of land surveying and dividin g
levelling of water courses,.roads, Sic.; Ad
curate and neat plain , and ornamental -Mapping
and draughting of town plans, large land:ekes
tates, dtc. Mechanics', Quarriers and Earth
work measured and Mainland. Deeds, Rehm
As, Rowers of attorney 'add other legal instill
manta" neatly and acettrately drawn. Riven
tors', "AdministratorayAssignees, and duty
(liana accounts stated.
11— He is also Agent for the sale of the
Ridgeway Farm and Land CoaVanY'a La r
in Elk County, Pa. Coininuriications by le r
proMptly attended to.'
rLATED WARE : A L:siket and fine stock
of Plated ware at H. L. A E. J. Z'arust's,
rnerof North Queen street & Center Square,
Lanaiiter, Pa. Tea Sett4"in variety; Coffee
Ums :`P itchers, Goblets,' •Salt. Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card Baskets, flpoons, Forks, Knives,
Casters, Ste., dm., at manufacturers pncei.
Rum/enrol attended to at moderate rates.
MORE NE W GOODS! . The sub scriber
having just returned from Philadelphia
where he - renewed and`added to hie
FALL AND WINTBR STOCK
Of. Nees Goods. , Calk and' seethe new styles
and lee= the low priees, at -PITYENBACH/11.
1)144' C F.SI-r-Rio,iava find
Lapin Co ff ee; Crushed, Pulverized and
town. Sugar ; Superior Green and Black Tea ;
Rice, Cheesutand Spices;; Syrup and prime hi
king fdOlaililes; Excellent Pearl. Barley at
J. R. .tIIFF.ENBACR'S.
1D INNELS Glyeetineffionp;
.1.110 Frangipani Extmet ,
Genuine- Itn)staue foonafter.
New Bookri, Music
Maim & Coxes Gelatin' ,
1111.kr's Pure eneedatm
and an assortment of Soaps; noWperiumeri,
deceived at Dit. HINKLE'S.
SPECTACLES to suit all who,n4a-indftdlPA,-,-,
can be aided with glasses,"
be bought at 11, .4. 8c• 4.ZAIMPS, Cot-
WO Of North ttneen-et., an 4 ,Centok...Sqnare,
Lnoter, New glassesrefitted in old fumes,
Wrt notice. [v6-lv
v . Z,SOFFEIt, DENTIST,
pllatiotrip „Tpanso.p..c.L.EGE or DENTAL
8111 r,. LA,TX Or AARlLiallinta; PA.
OFFICE Front greet, fourth door ..."----=--
from Lo , over Salylor &McDowileame..
sld'a - Store, Col4mllia. Entrance s he-
mean th 'rugjinil I3ciokStores. [3-Iy
11 - 14. 141 . Q. BARE,
.02764,1V7.7" 41' LAW,
OFFICE4—No. 24 NORTH DIME STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice of his profeasi,on in ti its
variouo branches. [Nov. 4, >5€4.-1,
BY SIR WALTER SCOTT.
Neap on more wood! the witid ;
But let it whistle as it will,
We'll keep our'Cluistmas merry' till.
Each age has the deiv-bcirn year -
The, fittest time for festal cheer : '
And' well out Christian sires of old
Loved when the year its•course had rolled,
And brought blithe Christmas back again,. , , ;
With all his hospitable train.
Domestic and Religions rite
Gave honor to the holy night: -
On Christmas Eve,the bells were rung; ,
On Christmas Eve the mass was sung;
That only night. in all the year, I
Saw the staled priest the chalice rear. I
The damsel donned her kirtle sheen, 1
The hall was dressed With holly green; ,
Forth to the wood did merry-men go,
To gather in the mistletoe.
Then opened wide the biiron's hall - I
To vassal; tenant, serf, =and all ; , •
Poser laid his rod of rule aside,
And Ceremony doffed his Ode.
The heir, • with rosesin his shoes,
hat night might village partner choose ;
The lord, underogating, share • •
The vulgar game of 'fpost and ;pair."
And bailed, with uncontrolled delight,
.%And general,' voice, the happy 'night,
That to the cottage, as the crown,
Brought tidings of salintion down.
The fire, with well-dded logs supplied,
Went roaring upthe chimney, wide ;
`The huge hall-table's 'oaken face,
Scrubbed till it shone - Alio day to grace, '. ll
' Bore then upon its massive board id
No mark to part the isqiiire and lord.
Then was brought-intim lusty:brawn,
By old blue-coated serving-man :
Their the'grim boar's head frowned on high /.
Crested with bays and' rosemaiy.
Well can the green-,garbed ranger tell,
How, when, and where, the i4onster fell;
;What dogs before his death he tore,
And all the baiting
i of the boar.
The weasel round n goof _ brown bowls,
Garnished with ribbons,, blithely trawls;
There the huge sirloin, reeked ; hard by
Plum-porridge , stood and Christmas pie p
No failed old Scotland to produce,
. At such high-tide, ter savoury goose.
Then came the merry masquers in,
AnifCatols roaiedwith blittiserile din :
If tinmelodiou.s was the song, t
It wag a hearty note and strong.
WhOrlists, may in their murdraing see
'Pro* of ancientinystery ,
White shirts supplied the masquerade,
And smutted, che4eks visors made; '
But; DI *hal inaSquers'tichly
Can boastiof bosoms half so light
England was merry England, when
Old Christnaisbroughe his spurts'again.
'Twee Christmas ,broached the mightiest- ale;
'Twaa Chr 4 druas told the merriest tale;
A"Chrisusias gambol oftcould cheer
The'poor mares heartthrough helf the year.i
The minstrels playedtheir Christmas tun e
• To-nighttieneath , my cottage eaves,
While, smitten by a lofty moon, .;
- The encircling lcifirels; thick With leaves,
. Gave back a rich and dazzlieg sheen;
That overpowered ,their natural green.
Thrthigb hill and valley every breeze
Had sunk to rest With fol4ied wings ;
Keen Wee the air, but could not freeze
Norcheck the music of the strings ; • '
So stout and h,ardv were the band
That scraped the chords with strenuous hand.
Anil who but listened'? tin was paid`
Respect to every inmate ' s. claim ;
The greeting given, the music played
In honor of each houlehold name,
Duly pronounced'with lusty -call,' _-
And "Merry Christmas" wished to all.
How touchihg, when at midnight sweep
Snow-mutted, winds-Ansi all i t s.
To hoar—and sink again to sfeep
Or, at an earlier call, to mark, -
By blazing Sue, thestill suspense,
Or self complaeentinnocenee ;
The mutual nod—the grave disguise
'Of hearts with gliidhess . brinsirung.o'er ;
And some unhidden tears.tbat,rise
For names once heard, now heard no more;!
Tears brightened by the serenade;
gorpfluat in the cradleaaid! ,
Ah t not for emerald fields alone,
With ambient streams more pure and brigh)
Than fabled Cytherea's zone
Glittering before the thunderer's sight,
Is to my heart of heart endeared
The ground where'we were born and reared'
Hail. ancient manners! sure defence,
Where they-euriive, of wholesome laws /
Remnants oflpye whose modest sense .
Thus into narrow room withdraws;
Andye that gugd them, mountains old
A ORRISTMAS CAROL,
Joy to Ilie,sons of men
On 'this hnght.christmas morn !
List to the welcome words again
That charm our : waiting hearts, as when
The shepherds heard with glad amaze
The announcement of angelic lays,
c 4 ASaviour Christ is born."
Joy to earth's sorrowing child
On this calm, peaceful morn
The Holy, harmless, undefiled,
Can soothe his breast with comfort mild;
The 'hymn that floats along the air
Shall - find tan answer echoingthere--,
"The Saviour Christis born."
Joy to the sick and poor,
“Blessed are they that mourn;" '
If they submissively endure,
And trust his holy promise sure :
He-comes all sorrow to relieve,
To comfort all who will believe—
, - - f , The Saviour Christ is born."
Love, joy;good-Avill, and peace,
Since that first Christmas morn,
Have come to earth, and ne'er shall cease.
To Him who purchased our release,
Our hearts, redeemed from death, we'll bring,
And humbly, gratefully we'll-sing,*
• "The Saviour Christ is bornat,
Air Mi. F. G. Kent of 13,4p0rt,
Lake has a boy about 16 years
of age,whose tiody is literally covered
with scales like those of a salmon, with
the!ecoption of his legs, arms and taco.
He sheds these scales - twice a year—At
the-opening.rof ,the--cold season, and at
the opening of the warm season;—the
old scales dropping off nu& new ones
coining theirfplacee. 4
saturday Mbrnirlg„ Elegerriber 8, 1860.
class Family Newspaper. ilso sn
ant news of the day, Foreign and JM
with full and 'enable reports of the Phiigha...l
phis. Baltimore .and New -York Markets, alone,
. If Georgia is going OUT of the Union,
worth to business men more than the price cq .
subscription. we can not see why Mr. Cobb should be
~ T heinesent subscribers to the Weekly Tele- an Lget to the :United States
graph, who desires to avail themselves of the "'-
reduction• will please settle up their old ac-} Senate for six years.
counts without delay--otherwise they will be'
charged $2, as heretofore.
TERsa OF THE WEEICLY.
Single subscribers will be charged $1 per natorial chair-of Georgia mounted upon
annum invariably in advance..... lthe traon hobby,which he S.Noted'ulost
;Clubs 6f 60, ,directed to one Post Onice, $4O.
- TERMS OF THE+SRMI-WEEKLY. . strenuously ttitillt had served hie turn.
-Single copies semi-weekly during the Session!' If ha eau new supplant Iverson by gal=
oftheLegislature, and weekly during the reil.loping his fat sides upp - and down on ' the
mainder of the year, $1 60 in advance
TOE akILYVELEGRkPH I s
1 common nag, nothing. is more certain.
The Daily Telegraph was established in 1856,1 than that Howell-Cobb will go for , the
and has now been over fouryeara in existence. i preservation ••of. the.Unioti at least until
Many of our friends ronside`re'd the' establish the 4th March, 1867, when his term will
ment of a daily Republican newspaper at the'
Capital of the State as a hazardous
ing, but we have succeeded, after expending a: ' -•-- -C -- ---------'•••-'•-•••=, '
large sum of money, in placing the same on a; Where is Henry A. Wise;? ,He leis
permanent basis r and the public may rely on
its prompt and regular publication., . not been heard fromAtely,- and as,he Ale-
LEGISLATIVE REPORTS. i dared, "I will, never, remain in the.'Union
The. Telegraph Is the only establishment that ! twenty-four hours after •Lincoln's 4341c
employs a corps of regular' sten,dgkaPhic' i'e" Won, so help me God," his agonized
porters during the' session or the'Legislature I
and those desiring correct reports .of the pro- }friends fear .he may.-have• seceded,. indi.
ceedings nf the Legislature can look
Telegraph for them. viduall If '• - ii s gone and done,_it "
, ~ .. „
TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. • lwe bespeak the writing of, his epltup,h,
The Telegraph is the
.only in paper the
, e itiWhintimould - be something' after the.!fol
- . .
of Harrisburg th a t receives the regular AsSoti- 'lowing old 'fashion
ated Press reports by Telegraph. The dii-:,,i • -
. Y ItiLT It' Y YU B
patches appear therefore . much earlier ,than , 2
them arrive here in the Philadelphia and New -10IIRYY4nie. • '
t. s49rniog papers. Full Congressional Re
-piiWvv4l appear daily, together with all the The Northern people said on last Tues
latest Foreign and Domeatic News. day, : "Abraham, Abraham," and at night,
, .. . ,
TERMS 0 ... .. THE DAILY. - he said, ‘.lere am I."—Richnond. (Ky.)
The , Daily will be luriiiihed during the See- m esseng er
sion of the Legislature for $l.• ' Yearly subscri-
hers who receive their, papers by_tnail will be
charged 44,-payable in adyance. Address s ;>
GEO. BEAGNER & CO
BANK NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given
, that the undersigned have formed an as
sociation and,prepaid a certificate for the pur
pose of Establishing a bank of issue discount
and deposits,Under the •provisions of the act en
titled an act to establish a system of free
banking . in Pennsylvania, and to secure the
public.against loss from-insolvent Banks" ap
proved the 31st day of Match k6O.
The Bank to be called Bank of Marietta to
be located in the borough of Marietta and Coun
ty of Lancaster, to consist of a Capital Stock
of One Hundred Thousand Dollars in Shares of
Fifty Dollars each, and it is contemplated to
increase the Capital Stock to the amount of
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. •
James L. Shultz, Henry Musselraan,
John Kline, - John IHiller,f
Aaron Gable, Dog: JYH. Grove,
James MehatieY, B. F. Hiestand,
John Becker, Sam'l , Patterson; •
John R. Diffenbach, David Harry, ~
Thomas Zell, A. N. Cassel...
Barr Spangle; , [lB-6m
si l ctek. a, ~/VeLet f gtos!
PENING THIS DAY—a magnOcent as
sortment tof NEW sand GENUINE
Fitch 'Marten, -
in all thezravai2fsg styli
es and at very low prices,
I'S 'CHEAP Cesx STORE
CoLumor.o. Nov. 24
ruit direct from New
vatieties.'airi be. found.
Rolland Pippins, Winter Greenings,
' , Orange Xippitis,
„.- , Rhode Isyd qwenings,
Baldwißs, ' ~ v ?. : 4: j TailmaßtiAliKeets.
Prorleli TM ' '.l * r : .IftWojpn4 Apples:_;: ti ilreut SALE CHEAP4TJWOISEIS..
• receiving mg . Winter
ork City. Among the
Estate of Jacob grosh, DOeased,
late of,Marietta.`'" .
TtriEßrofMidstfa4mi; withihe Will
4 shrieked, lavieg.heen granted Ai) Mete
deraignell, they therefore notify all indebted to
said Estateio make immediate pa yment;
all who have Maims agaiist the male; te„pre
serktgetri for settlement, le • 7.1`
,•• • .
'- • GR0411,..'
7 , - • ' ' C. C:1 3 :GROS11,."1,
• willniinistrators-ibith the Will annexed
-.. - .. i )..tatietta; - Nov. Tri 860 7 6 4
J . OB F'RINTING.,
Hatring.roeiy recen'ay 'daried ci: 144 tine fash
• omg* . assortmentof fl
• "iirCis Whiih wig 'eriablet4.to:l4..earktikki - Of
to-The Swedish government has taken
n, step in advance of all .continental pow-
vrs., It has, abolished the passport sys
tem. , Anybody hereafter may enter
Swedish territory, travel
leave it, without any molestation from
the civil authorities or any police inter
rogating him, as if he suspected the
stranger with being a criminal. Russia
has also modified her passport system.
These steps show that Europe is getting
tired of her absurd restrictions upon free
intercourse, between thepeople of differ-
ent countries. The interests of trade
and the convenience of the world require
that travel-shall-be free ,over all the coun
tries of the globe.
air A nail in the brain. Geoffrey J.
Levalle, isrhb ins slot in a fight with T.
B. Kershaw, a,t Petersburg; Va., died on
- the 12th inst. The -f ivotind was inflicted
mit'he 15th Of • October, and the' piatel
was charged With elhoree shoe nail; r - The
nail was found in his brain, where it had
bean fer 'nearly a month. - •
A person complained to Dr. Frank
lin of ha'ving been insulted by one Who
'ealled - escoundrel: "Ali," replied
the doctor," and isrhattid you call him ?"
Why;" " realled bim a ecoun
drel too?' "NiPell;" 'resiimed 'Franklin,
" I presume you both spoke'the truth.",.
Howell Cobb walked into the Crnber-
There is another injunction which the
great I'Ain gave to Abraham' which'
trust' Lincoln will not forget ":
• tz .
1/16% , thine eyes; and look from the place
where then art, northward and smith.
ward and eastward and westward."
1 - "'Sonny," said we to 'an nichih yegter
tiay, Who was Preparing. his Christi:hat
I?yrotechnics,'"don't hold that-fire-crack
ao near .S , our lane Wheif Yen set'it Off
I—it.may do your 'eyes injury:' 'The re
ply came jaugb.ingly from between a pair
;of lips.as red as roses !'bi 0 Alanger,,skr,
f,l'm half salamander,and t'other half fire-
Thaklud might mount the blue
eockatle--if he were not so smart,
The Seutherri party papers Stillfpersiest
in callibg Mr. Hamlin a - tiluleitto.. • This
was no impedjminfjtd hintWhenlie wag
a,Dernocrat, and .the .repetition •of !the
foolish charkeis intended to increase the
exasperation.ot the Southern people.—
!Mr. Hamlin, aailack-Republican not a
?black man, and our Southern friends do
not make the assertion in
the Loncion papers did when At announc
ed that N. anks a negro and Repuii
lean had been elected Speaker of the
tlouie of Representatives.
, Roger. A. Brutus Pryor was in Wash,-
iington last week and was observed:look
ling intently into the window of a cutler's
ishop f probably in search; of that, aveng
ing knife whic sto reach the heart of
AT: Lincoln. We advise his third Bru
Itns, in order to make the deed magnifi
cent, to"borro.wthe loan" of that Mon
'ster bowie-knife from his fziend Pottbr.
Senator Chestnut, of South Carolina,
has resigned. ,, That is wbat some of the
yonng4totspurs want; and therefore they
employ, judicious - means to obtain cat's
!paws to drawAhe Chesnuts oat that they
may take their places. , „
The Southern medical students in New
York have resolved not to go home, but
Ito avrai4,ovents., Good .ooys, compete
)your , studies, and them if, jt• comas to
gbroken crowns and bloody noses yoqy
t,orniquets and ismoetsyill come into nee.
lieverdy Johawk at last` aceonnts had
spoken six days in the ceiebratedl - land
case in Which'he ii•migit'ged at San Fran
hisco, and hid not exhausted'his mate
rial. This' is IlOw time for a' /and- c aae,
when six days spoke this"whole' world
into eXistence. • •
ar A man of virtue is an honor to his
country, a glory to humanity, a satisfac
tion to himsqlf and a benefact6i to 'the
whOle world. lie is rich Without op
ptesslon or dishonesty, charitable withont
ostension, courteous without deceit; "and
brave without vice.
ila* Mr. Harris was never " more s-s
-sober in the whole course of his, life,"
but when Jones asked bun to take a
chair, he said 'he would " wait; till one
Hand4e;ehipfs were first• mann
fac4nred PaMley, inPcotland,in 1743.
Hats were inventedfor men in Paris, in
1403. Knitting stockings was invented
in Spain in 1550. Linen was first made
in hailand in 1253.
447 A late ,-:lettor from . the. United
.States Commissioner, of Pensions sayS
that'there are now .but eighty-nirevmr
tviitrs of the army Of. the, ,Revolution
whose names are placed upon the rolls
for pensions.. .
'REMARKABLE CASE or A FAST WOMAN.
—The Cleveland (0.,) Plaindealer sayk
in that city a woman,' atillyoung, and in
whose face traces , of formerbeauty were
still discoverable, was sentto the county
jail for' vagrancy:. Five years' ago‘ she
was a school teacher in a small town in
the State of Michigan. Sh'etwasApretty;
educated, and captivating is Manners.—
But she had an uncontrollable , passion
for dress, 'and vae , one %day ditteeted in
the act of stealing a costly'sillifrcim the
counter' Of 'the village store: She was
arrested, but underlfrouibie Of leaving
the-village, neVer more to 'return; she Was
Spared the pain and Mortification' of a
public' trial for larceny: -Bhe , traveled
'West, and encountered a Southern plant
er somewhere on the route, who•emfiloy
ed her astgoverness in his family. She
accompanied. him' to :his home in the far
South; where she succeded :in captiva
ting-him,•cauainglis ; wile- , to sue for: a
•Afterthorotlghly ruining the planter,
and •scandalizingthis , friends; she eloped
withw.light-mulatto, the inost• •Valtiable
servant in - the. planter's collection, and
-weatto St. Louis: Thera-becoming sick
of the, mulatto, she sold him for $2,000.
Shale nest .heard of as manageress and
leading actresslof a strolling' theatrical
company inthe interim ior Missouri,.
playing :star-=parts upon the stage and
"doing" susceptible grain merchants off..
The St. Louis papersi last 43pring..eon
tained numerous reports ol - her dashing
swindles along the Missouri 'river.' She
ran a mild race Ohicago, and brought`
np in . :Bridewelli , where. shaserved out it,
short. sentence for, thefk.i':She reached ,
Olevelarld.ito the soiree: of timS, hope
leisly dissipate& incbshattered.,
THP ETJA-TERY,.STEPHE4-41 - mium—TA
,tteenitled in the, ;United States
Circuit Court at Philadelphia, by par
ties- who are subjects of the ..Frerich,Em
peror, for this recovery' of allthe Girard
estates,-except that which i 'maybe nee.
essary forth° maintainance 'of • the - . Col
lege. -, oPliee says the ~ L edketetllls
forty-nine ellisely printed pages, and _Will
commence ;perhaps a long 'course of la:
gation. .The groundston which ;the re
covery :is-based:sere.: -.-• That - the
present city of - Philadelphiwcannot leg
ally execute.. the .-provisiou -of ~ S tephen
Girard's will ;.. and :211; the - estateity
reason of mismanagement, hairdnitinish
ad, in extent, referring to lois of the
Louisianwlandi; and the non productive
ness of those .in Kentucky. Attenfpts
have he - retofore beciii made to recover
this istictd . hronV:tiiii Alf of Phila.
Heirs 'el" 'airafif resident in:
Kinerida Wait feais
which attacked - the valididY of flak Will,
flicrentiirt an ditate'ie 'PerVetnity:
A CRIMEAN, HERO THE 11:r. S. Amyx.
konday,,one,lundred -,and -.twenty
recruits for- the Mounted Serviee, , five
buglers and threel - anndress,es, left Car
lisle Barracks en route for pesos, under
command of 'Lient. Gerrard, Second
Cavalry.- Lients "Charelierfiss, turt.
well, Bowman and Sweet, all of Second
CevalrY, accompanied the de :chnient.
These men are to make the trip over
land front Pert . Leavenworth, having,' ,
charge one hundred and - fifty horses.—
One of thesriyates, in this .detachment
is an intelligent , Scatchmau, named.A.n
ehinloss, who wo in the ( British .armf
during the ;Crimean war, , and wears a.
large silver medal for, gallantry at Bala
klava, Xnkermenn and Sebastopol: An
°the; detachment will leave this post
for California , about the 21st.
,John ; Kitch,el, ; the. Irish Tatrict,
who is .said to ,have permanently fixed
his residence ,in Paris, writes from that
city to, his friends in4his country.
"We found•a miserably gold and wet
summer and autumn here,-whichcmade
all my household—sick, as we were just
doling out of the'harmyilimittii Of
' Either the' attains. heist'
tared for the - worse' thdse twelVii ydars
past, or else I am spoiled fnr an Enio
pean , atmospherw - ' I only - WhiliFT had
that Alabama plantatiOn, "andl would
live on it all the yelir round."
tir One of the lama remarkable events
in'every day life that ever came under our
obtierVition,iocctired in the suburbs of
this city during the present week. A
lady gave birth to "itehild, was married,
and , died on the same dig -r-Loutisoille
fellow voted an order '4stOld
discovered the mistake wiieg
,he preient r
ed the Democratic licket,ito the ;coal
dealer. • ,
Term ,, Cliie MX :Filar a Year_
Asour Qom= Bear.--Pomebody says,
and we endorse the remark, that corned
beef, properly salted ; and eooked as it
should be, is a dish fiefoethe sovereign
people ; .bat to eat salt k. such as too
often exercises the =stills of the jaws,
is a penance even for s malefactor.—
Most of the beef put up tot winter use
is spoiled by the UM of the much salt,
which destroys theliavor:and makes the
meat stringy end tough. , When beef is
fresh, it contains comVirable blood,
which is drawn out by tkbrine. If the
'meat is leftin thie mixture it will require
'a hind' larger quantity if salt to pre
serve it, particularly through warm
weather. The proper plan is to make a
brine by using.-for one hundred pounds of
beef, five 'pounds of - salt, tone-quaster
.ounde of saltpetre, and a pound of brown
sugar. This iardiesolved in jun enengh
water to cover the meat, and 'poured
.upon it. When ittas'beim in this
two weeks, take out the meat, let it ,
pour a freshvbrine over it, ond th it
will imgood the 'season throng* The
cook. who uses , 10rned 'beef should not
be sopignorant 'or so indolent: as tomdelay
patting-it over the - lire until an hens be
fore dinner. Agood•sized piece requires
three or four hours steady boiling to do
it justice: Insufficient toiii+must be
madeliplor by extra chewing. Always
hive the water boiling whe&the meat is
dropped in; otherwise the sweetness
will be drawn out into th 6 water. A
boilingleat hardens the Miter endow
at once, and, thus .keeps ix.. the juices
which give richness e and which contain
,most of the, nourishment. Artexcellent
way of cooking , corned betels to have a
large boiler, with a *ire or tooden rack
on the botiom, for the meat to rest S on,
ofei• the Water: theNater boils
place the meat upon the rack, and put
oh 'the cover Ori fi e lith a cloth
over it, to' keep in the steam. The heat
of the steam will rise above t e boiling
point, and penetrate the meaTand cook
it M'Cre'quiCkly and better tha4Onld be
done by boiling it in the water.
his recent ingtallationgrees to the
University oilEdinburg,i A ord,Broughani
referred to Washington in the •follc**2
" In Washington we may contemprak '' '
every excellence, military and civil, aw
plied to the service of his country and
mankind—a triumphant warrior, unshak
enin confidence when,the most sanguine
'had a right to"despair,; a succeseful rut
er in all the difficulties of a upurso wholly
Untried—directing they formation, of .a
new government f a great people, tthe
first timtso, rash an expetimentiVev
er ,beetu tried, by, map—voluntarilrand
'unostentatiously; retiring trout supreme
power witltthe treneration parties,of
all nations, of all-mankind,that the rights
of man , might,be conserved, iind4hat his
example might nover be.appealed to by
vulgar tyrants; Tt l yili
the listorian and-the sage in all ages, to
omit no occasion ofoommemorating this
illustrious man, and• until time shall be
no more, test of prAteis which
ourzace has made in windom and virtue,
'be derived.from the *enelatritit paid to
the immortat name of Waslibigton."
PIIOTiVRIZELED BANE Novs.---fie rap
idly are they produced and hMin circu
lation it is impoeaible to begin - the run of
them. They can be very easirst, detected;
the best and sorest.way is to attplY a so
lotion, .of Cyanide Potassium; 'when the
spot toiched will turn whi4. Another
way is to draw your fingemover . the bill,
and if it is very smooth and polished it
iir doubtless a photograph,. The paper
6tist . be 4 slied ter pliotogr4hing, which
ils'not; done in : printing, agit when finish
aPlietegrephs`haie-a ikriiishfid UPpear-
knee. A : little - I'o - 'with the (lager
iviesblfir itte AO: and give the bill
is-greasy feet '—' ' ; ' '
§4I. , ,GAN VNBI4:WiI,-, When; Mr.
Wilberforce was a eaittdidate for gnu,
his sister, an amiable- and witty young
lady, offered the comment of a vim
gown to eiteli'of the WIall" of ilieSit free
men 'who 'voted forsr brother; on
tictWhich she' Was Saki with 4 'Cry of
"Miss Wilberforee fil*eser 1" when she
pleasantly i'•,)bettrired;-"Pili:yon, gen
tlemen; but I cannot 14res with you—
for really, Mil: FrirAiL - 4 0: 3 4kie Nl
berforee for aver l'? .... .... ~
trwe irerel tin need 'once' hosting
the sto'rl of Mt- bid 'lady whoa 'Du ly ex
elamationl i Sik Meant of the execution`
:of a man who had once lifted in the neigh
boyhood, was, "Well, I know'd he'd clips
to. the gallows at lest, for the knot in tie
lianktirclkief ems always slipping round_
Await. his i4.,ger.P4.•