Newspaper of Evening Star, February 4, 1857, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 4, 1857 Page 1
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THE EVENING STAB IS ri'BLISH CD EVCKY AFYKH.IOOl, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AT THE STAR BUILDIN6*. f0m4r #/ P'%a>ilvinia av?a?i and 11 * streit, ByW.D WALLACH, nnd I* served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agen's; paper* served In package* at 37^ ?**ata per moath To mall subscribers the sub ?crlptlon pries Is THRRK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a Year ???dre*r?,TWO DULLAR9 for six month*, and ON IS DOLLAR for tbree months; for less than three months at the rat* of cents a week iCT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. IX, WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1857. NO. 1,264. THI WEEKLY STAB. This exceDert Family and News Joarval talnlnjf ? greater variety of lntcreetlai than can be four.d in any othar?Is publish** an Saturday mornlrj a. . T??*? Single copy, p<r annum 0 TO CLVaS. Five copies ft w Ten copln 8 MO Twenty cople* . li tU ?'**?, isvabiablt m advance. IHT" Single copies (in wrapper*) oaa ba procured at iite c<wafpr, Immediately after the Issue of t&e Parer Prlce-Tnata Cists . " ! Mi wbo ?** ?* will be allowed THE COLUMBIA INSTITUTE. Ft) R YOUXU LADIES. 44ft Eleventh street, between G and h. PROF UEORttE h K.N K Y stueckkath, Principal; Miss huzaukth L WIL LIAMS, Vice-principal,?a lady eminently qualified to take the charge of the Engi'sh De partment and the government and discipline of ne school. The e*errlses of the second term of the jastl tnte will cmxntza on .hond*V, the lA day of Febuary proximo Applc.ttlons far adinlmloa should'be made as early- ss possible A hlgri SCHOOL. FOR YOUNG GENTLE MEN, under the dlrvctlna of Prof Gkor?s h htrtckr*th, a* pfl if! "a!, "o be loat**d -?a F street, between ?th and 7: > stree's or in the v| einety of Trinity Church, will be opened oa the 4th of Febu-?ry, proximo. Rev l>r Cummins will d -liver an a !dre*s oa the opening of the High School Ear-y application sh ?uld o-j trade to the Princi pal at his mid nee, Columbia institute, for Young ltdies, 416 11th street, betweea g and H. Pr >f Steuckra h 1* authorise: to refer to Rev pr Cummins, and Prof. Bache, Cnasf Survey janm-lm* _ r.KEUS PATENT STEAM ENl*l*E. These improved engines (For which patents have baen granted and first prlte medais awarded to the inventor, both In ?he United States and Europe ) continue to give ?uih satisfaction, on acoonntof their slmpll ity end economy, that w* have now established an extensive m mufactory, asd are prepared to de ?lver at the shortest notice engines from two hcrse power and upwards tne^e engines have been accurately tested, and have shown aa economy of twrn'y percen. in fuel, aad a*?ou; the ?a n-? la oil and repairs. TLls ? ivla^ is f ff?*-u-d by let-lag the *teain in . nd out a?otl? aides ??( the cylinder ihrouga la ge openings ?emovuig the pressure from tae valse ar.d a.low ag no steam t > eva,?e or exhaust from tac pas ?a^s eac?pt from tt?<? cylinder -none ; al?o bv re cueing the weight and friction to abant half that 'A the ord'nary engines we plaie the srr.aler mies upon an improv-d holler with all the pip^s attach'-i, and th" whole rantited with small wh" ls convenient to ship t? any part of th? ountry, and to avoid th~ necessity of an eaper! eneed ?ng'n*er to start th?-m, ttasy are all tes ed iwfit? lwvbj the nclory Reed's fd'snt pumps ?.real*o coming in t^ j steiinmin, In mines, andfu ?applying bollej*, where th?v are now giving great ntwictloa Tney are preferred to aav la <:?e beea i^e of faelr e vnpacttejs* and simplicity. These engine and p-i-np* miy b?? sec i in oper i - ?'on. or further laf vmatle t aid, bv nailing or ad ? drewiag keki) A B RKBECK, jan 12-1 m 95 Maiden Lane, n y SUITABLE p'?h ntristm ts 4n1> NEW TE\R*' PKESEN TS. I OH n H SMOOT, No 119 SOUTH SIDE bridze street, georgetown, D C , has received a great variety p? 'k'jil and s ns^nsble GOOD*, to whlcs h- lavltea ti-e attention of bottt ladies and gea:;em -n wao may wish to make a christ m?- and New Years' Preheat. EMBROIDERIES. rkh worked Cambric Seta (couars and Sleeves) Do do Muslin do do Do do Muslla and Cambric Coilara A great variety (low priced) do wt?tk?d llnaa Sets aad Linen do Rich worked mualia Sleeves Biack and walte lac<? ->et* end co'lsrs Werk-*d ?jamiricand ?lus4n Bands embroide ed lin-a t*am'?rlc h aalxerchicfg Hemstitched, tacked and pi ila do Black caaatiliaaad French Lace Veils Worked, quilted and hooped aklrts. ALSO ? Moire Aiatiq ie. Embroidered, SaUa i?d other cloaks D.-tubie aad single Brocha and o?hct Shawls illch fatjjy aad Biaes Sliks frenca Merln*a piald Merinos Plifti and print?! Hoos l'd^lalnes Best Paris Kid Gloves, all nambers Kid and Back Gaa atiets Ladies, geat'a tai chlidrea'a warm Gloves l)o hoslt*. v, .nf ? very porrmonnales, and udlss' Cibas Goot< llnera, Cambric a'.d Silk P ckM Handkfs u'a?k and fancy **Ilk Cravats. scarfs aad Ties ?#eat9 Saaw'.s, M*?riaoa ?d Woolen Scatfs Children's knit Talmas and ho-xls LadW?, gents and biys' Comfort., kc With maay oth?r dea'.rabie goods, which will be soid low to cash or prampt custom-rs dec ?- J H SMOOT a i ?hna i improved 3s77ing machlqm. T* viiieli w.\? printed the .ligheit awardo! the Pan# 3xhib<tkoa, thereby raceittng the worid's Verdict of saoeriority. !E im PRO VVMENTS IN THIS MA sa'.ae he.ssimplified th-*m In many respects, aad th??y areeap ?bieof exe-t*stln^ t wlce iheamonat ?f w?rx they did f- rme/ly la any givea time. hvey a" without question itie oaiy Machines ca pe. >?te of searing every variety <?f poods perfect; a ? hlrt boso.n or ueavy trace for harness can be ?ejrn uy any of th"se .nichln*?a by .isimplechange ?f ae>lle a^d thread la s-icha manner that the ?iosest.scritlay canaot detect a fault Maa'a'actarers, pta itcrs and. families will fna >h-m the o^'y ??fe Machines to as they *?e bui?t strong and dara*?ie, aad aot likely to ge| oat "f orler. we h .'e raajn'.ies Willi ^aajes attached, for ?lading h^ts,cap-frrnts, gaiters, Ac ?silk, ?fc--?*w 'jottsn, nf^dles, Ac . ssast'stly ?a b and, at tac lowest rates. pei? mtnoacfiarorma'toaregarding Sew isg michlaea vrtll please address i M SINGER a CO., !#5 Baltimore street. ilaitlmore n bv7e are p'e;?ared to ma sninoe tor old mj.oalaei >f any rind Termn lib eral. Perssas wuo nave ?en indacedto purcurjie ?ferlnr rancnla*!* uad?r tae pretext cf -jelag ? bean, will lad lata a be.nifitlnaeed. ? ?? ?ly sta^dvrd silver ffahk. IAM NOW M \NUKACTUR!ng pt RESIL ver Sp>nas, Fo ks, ladlea, B'i*t<?r. Fish, Pie, Cake and Ice Cream knifes, Su^ar Shovels and toe^?, "SapVin Rtags. Cream. Gravy, Mustard sad ?*au Spoons, Ac , Ac , on 017 own premises, and <i-> a'i< piim off oa ihe public Northern man ufjet ired articles (which cannot always be re lied <?n as gea-Mne) fr*r my own, b it every article m?d? In my esfabllshmeat can and will be war raated as ab??e VTATCHFS A\D JEWELRY of e^eiy description an1 la great vairlety, eoa ?tantly on hand, and receiving fre?h arrivals al fwt e?ery day Flae (18 ks) tjeld Watchos, from f and we.rran e?l correct tlrrie eeep-ir*. Core.l, Cameo, mosetr. and plain Goid Bracelets, Pin* aad Ear-rings, (in sets or by tac slne??? piece.) sio.d Veat, foo, l? i<ard, cnalalaln and N?ck ci.ains, Seals, K-ys, l^ock-ts, Charms, and a goers', .as nrtmer.t ??f goods ucaally ktpt in a Jewelry su>re fl.?e watr^ Repairing done by an experleac??d and ootnpe'.ent work-naa, and all work warrant-d to give satufxctlnn at peaasylvaala avenue. der H o HOOD BOOR H in III no. C$rwr s |r?*l'i strut Maryland arissi, ?41' 144 smiumsii* /a<tiiatltom E^dwakd lvcl 1 r respectfully in J forms the s ltwcrlbers *o uh.ava's Rible aad shakspearv, ao* Ja*t eo.npleted, that he Is pre pared to bind those work* in a s^p^rlor style of elegance, strength and soildity, and upon much more reasonable terms than caa be done la Balti more, Philadelphia, or n^w Yorx. a letter ad dressed to hi tn (p-r post) will e iab!e him to ex hibit to the suoscrlbers speclnieas of hla style of blndlog e rery kind of Book Binding neativ ej. touted D ?oatiaaous GUM TEETH, called Allen s piu.*at, for the excellency of ? . . . .. wai-h 0r.'t ail oth-r styles of teeth, many now wearing them in this city, will cheerfully vo-irn. Ther* is one Uentlst In this city who has be^n infringing the patent, aad made a bad imitation of li, drains: wuo.n i hereby caution the public n B vvnenever a deutlst speaks agal:ist Allen's p.-.teat Continuous 6ia Teeth, when preptrly r 1*1 true ltd, it is because he is Ignorant of the nrw?, lncom>?teat to make the work, or ? oawilllag to pay for the pateat. je 18-tf Jit HitO kklt t TK EES. At ten doli.aks pkk hundred?for sa;e at mv nunerv, near wa?hingtoa.?& The ao?>ve trees are all of sae growth, and^w of the ae*t ??ls?t fmit Also, a general assort m. it of OR N amental, evergreen, shad*-., and FRUIT TRELS. ?w? ?i tf hhhua kEIRCE wathtngtsn Vetartaary Infirmary. FOR HORSES, iiOUS, fc , -ml u st b^t. 13*4 and I4tb sts . noutb of fa ave . jno GREGSON, PROPRIETOR, membn of the Royal tcollege of veterlaary s irgeoaa, London l?THor*?a examined m to soundness, Ac. faau-un t"! r PKNN'A AVKNUB, is still making th'?se beautiful TO ALL THAT VALUE THE IK SIGHT ITTISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION Vf to all that suffer with defective sight, caused by age. sickness, and particularly from injudiciously selected, to his superior PECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transpaency, suited precisely and benefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to tne precious organ of skght from the commencement of using glasses In not be4ng precisely suited, by the use of an Optomtttr; and the practice of many years enables him to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es that are absolately required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOB1 A3 acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicit* the patronage of those that have not yet availed '.hemselves of his aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and state how many Inch eslhey can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be *een ; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his gla?ses. Clrrnlap m be bad gratis, at his office, No. H* SEVENTH STREET, Urt? icon from Odd Ftllow$' Hall, stairs. Naivoli, S?ptember7, 18K9. Sir?The Spectacle* you made for me suit very Sell, and seem to have improved my sight more ae any other 1 have lately tried. LIT*. W. TAZEWELL I have tried a pair of Spectacle? obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and ?corresponding with his description of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skinful op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Havlsr tven Induced bv a friend to vlsitth 5 c*. iabli<fcm"nt of Mr Tobias for the purpose of try ing his glasses, 1 was furnished by him with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded >ne mor relief ard gratification than any 1 bave ever tried. My sight, originally very good, way Injured by writing and reading at mght, fre auentty to a ver? late hour; but with the aid ot these glas es I ran study almost a? late as ever, and that too without the pain I nave previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Qea'l Land Office. D.sceaiber 11, ldi5. 1 have n-ed Mr. Toblos's Sfe-.t.-ic!;? f*r thre? or four mcnth?, and tak? gr?^t pleasure la say ing that 1 am much pleased with them. 1 have been much benefitted by lh"m. MaySlh.lbS* GEOR. P. SCAR3****. 1 wis recommended to Mr. John Tobias as i skillful optician; and as I have eyes of remark able peculiarity, I wn3 gratified to find that Mr Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspoc - tlon and some slight measurement, and he has mad? me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad ml]ably. A. P. BVTLEK. July 11, IBM. Wilmumt^m, N. C., Jan.87, IBM Mr J T?bia' : Dear Sir ?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles wuic.h 1 obtzlnrdfrom yon last weck.:re entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto found great difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to sjate that, by the aid. of your optometer, this diffi culty h"s been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eves of any 1 have ever yet used. V"ry reepertfullv. yours, ft. B DRANE, Recior of St James'Parish. HiriETyiiT or Imtseior, May7, 1855. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 h2ve been compelled to use glasses for several ;-?ars I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to sfrve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he Is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the ey?. 1 most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses and bear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec y to sign Land Warrants. P 3 ?OPERA 6LASSE8 of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES. WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other articles in this line at very low prices constantly on hand. JylB-lV THE l^lFKUVfcn SETS OF TEKTH. J tK LOOM IS, THE INVENTOR AND ? ' patentee of ? Loomls' Mineral Plate Ts>6th," having successfully Introduced) his Improvement In various cities, has now permanently entabilshed himself in Wash ington. This improvement for Sets of Teeth consists chiefly in making a set of but one piece of mate riel a:>d that indestructible mineral. No metal m used in their construction, and they are there fore free from galvanic action and mctallc taste. I'fccre are no joints to become filled with moisture or particles of food, hence thev are putt and clean. They are lighter, stronger, less clumsy, and, In short, the ptrfftnt* o* Artificial T?ttk ; not withstanding certain Dentists speak against them, but they have not the right to make the m, do not know how if they had, and therefore do not ap preciate them. Office on Pennsylvania averue, l-otween lltb aad 12th streets, two doors below the Klrkwood House dec 24 tf S. DOR LODlIT REIMS CHAMPAGNE, ?' TRESOR DE BOUZY" AND "/XL." ftHE UNDERSIGNED IS SOLE AGENT a. fur this city of Dorlodot's " Tre?or de f Bouzy,' a champagne celebrated throughout Europe, aid esteemed by concoisseurs as of the highest grade, and unsurpassed by any_ other product of th?> champagne country, which has obtained a high position in the aristocratic circles of Europe and America. Also, a large stock of other Wines, Liquors ar.d Cigars. JUNAS P. LEVY, Jan 5 tf No. 367 Pa. ave ,opp. National Hotel. U/ATCH KEPAIR1WH AND E.1HRAV? Ins.?Watches, Chronometers, and Pockct Ti nexe^pers of every description repaired by skillful workmen and warranted to perform ac curately. Engr<ivlrg of every description done in the brst style, Including the cutting of arms, crests, mottoes, and initials on stone ? Visiting and Wedding Cards elegantly engraved and printed M. W GALT A BRO , Jewellers, Jan *29 fit 321 Fa av , bet 9th nnd 10th sts. ( OAL KEPT (JSOEK ( OVER. 2.240 lbs to tk? Ton NOW ON Hand. THE BEST (QUALITIES of While A?h, Red Ash aad Lenlgh COAL JTarranttd to giv* satisfaction Delivered free from dnt. Also, Hickory. Oak and Pine WOOD. T J A W M GALT, N. \N corner Pith and C streets. No M7, dec aD-tf one square south of Pa avenue. rati: hatsi (CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL > supply of BEEBE'S NEW YORK STYLES, together with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE The best black dress HATS got up In th? latest style for 33 30. as good as those usually sold *J ; and a good fashion able Hat at S3, worth S4 : and a first-rate Hat, *2 50. The best materials and the best worK-tanship Is employedt0 produce a S5 Hat, which Is sold for w . ? a cv,n business, meet with no los *?*' ?al customer full value for his i X' Januaualiy low. p,*;J,,.AK?2*SrDrtacoll>B'Balm of a Thousand r lowe.s. rric^'R cents per battle ANTHONY7tk^rL^Me.?LAg?t f <r a .New i ork Hat Company se 2#-tf lk^7 AMEKICAN ALMAMAt'?BOS i.(D*J t ton-and repository of uvful knowl ed?e. The 2?th year of its publication i:on tslnlng all the lmporrant Statistical and Polltl:al Information of the coua'ry. For sa e In Wash ington by TAYLOR A M * U R Y, Jan H Mock .tore, near 9 h street. OPERA GLASSES, SWLFF AND IH4AK iiotes, fine Gauda for PrewnU, Ac , at H J MCLAUGHLIN'S, jm 'JO tf No 20, betweenoth und a:h ?u. ni>E PAPER, 151*, FJE5IS, AND STA Vr,'*#T&Sl*v?auN * oo.'b. i OFFICIAL. TrkISURT DtPARTVKNT, N<>V. 29, 163b. Notice ia hereby given to holders of stock of the loans ot the United States, t!>at till* department will purchase the sam? until the 3d of March noat, unless the sum of $1,500 000 shall bo pievioutly | ob'ni'ied, ami will pay 11 a-ldition to the interest j accrued from the date of the la*tscnr annual divi dend of interest thereon, together with one day*? a Iditional interest for the monry to rra-h the v -n >ior, the following raits of prt-micm on >ai-! stocks: For the stock "f 181*2, a premium of 10 per cent. F.">r the stock of !8i7 att.i l."?|j?, a pri-m um of 16 per ecnt; and for the stock of 1850, commonly ca'ii'd Texas Indent my S:r?ck, a pr< mium of6 per cent. CVrtificaiesof stock transmuted to the depart m?nt, tinder this notice, m-i^f be assigned to the Lnltcd S'ates, hy th- party du.'y entiilc.1 to reccive 'lie proceeds II sent between tfa'" hereof a id the 1st day of. aiu%-y next, the current i.aif y? ar's in terest msst be aligned by the present stockholder, or It will b- payab'e as heretofore, and a carre* ponding deduction be ma le from the amount ray able for the stork. I a\M?nt for the stocks so aligned a;t(j (,a -mM I' '1 wili b ma I i hy draft1* on the As.<isatit Trea-ia | rer?at Boston, New Tork, or Plula lelph a. at the option of the parties entitled ?o receive the mini y, whicfc should b? expressed In the letters accemj'a nymqtbc ccrtia-at<w. JAMES GUTHRIE, BANKING HO lisT CHUBB BROTHERS. IWOSITS-DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND Paid without charee Drafts on the northern seaboard clt'es received on Depo?lt at par and Exchange on said Clt'es furnished to de positors without ctarge. i/>iiLLBR,nT ?* UEPl>?'Ti ?Interest will be a' upon^ ?n epo',ts at 8U:h rates as miy be agreed OEPOSII-i IN add UN'VK rrnt Mo i" j fl'8?n??and other Uncurnnt *1^*1 received to be che^kfd for, payable in lar Exchange0' f'PeC,e' ** charK,nK the tegu oJ.)L,r0nnTfL~^0tC^ Dri??. ?"* Bills of Ex. Mo/iS discounted. and Loans made on etocki, fjoRdj, and Secuutie*, at the market Lkttrr? or Crrdit.?Letters of Credit will mT n*K?'Jable In the different Cities of the United Mates,on Deposit of Mon?y or Collat erals ard Interest allow,d if Money isd-positod, and charged if Collaterals, on such terms as may be agreed upon ' u-niVVBLIK,? Billi or Fxchajcgk ?Travelers mlifc AaT:l^e<1 wlth drd,ts ln 8:,rh *?ms as of ?t. Cni'n " ne?ot,able la tbe diiferent Cities Lkttrrs of Credit onEngland, RRL4!tn ani. Ei ro, ,, _?Ul8 of Kxchangc ard / i ! J on Engia id. Ireland and Eu " "" """? ,lte *>' Kich^s,, "?,?,D,'tf*C( K<'.4c -BordR. Mocks, and Se ?2 ? >fay rrom f> 11 u **cent. a!way* tm sae. or bought In the d.fferent Cities at acom ^ cent. Where Mocks are bought upon orders, we reserve the right to call for a de ^1. II ^ Cent- on the COf-t Bonds or Stocks will be ordered bv telegraph rn^AriL-f,?AD'i'iTY' A D ffTAT* Bond* ? Hall r ad, Lltv, and Mate Bonds can be placed in our ? V<V?llV,?n e,fher ,ntL,s country or w?th?TnndJ* purchased for cash or I.and \N arrant* ?Land Warrants bought at the market rates All Warrants sold by us are t; ln every aspect Land vv'^rrants 1 ictted on commission hand Warrant q toratlons regularly furnished II requested. W arrant* will b* forwarded to Western Houses or Fent for sa'e oa com mission to re sponsible parties Kial 1- statk Aim IRsrrattf Rs._Real Estate bought and sold, and insurances effected r, AL,TUE 1TKa i-TATKs, CorRT OF K Conor ess ?Claims on tie t nited H!, ff0re the Co'lrt of Claims or Conyre-s. intrustei to us, will be prosecuted by able and prompt attorneys. 7 ? CHUBB BROTHER!*, Jin^/ Opposite th? Treasury. GREAT GIFT BOOK STORE. UNDEti I) EXT EH> HOVEL An Immense assortment ot Nrw Books trill be opened This Duj, ANI) A.\ ENT1RELV NEW LI.<T OF PRESENTS will be distributed to our patrons hereafter. Members of congress, citizens, an<t STRANGERS will Had our stock of Hoolks worth thfir atU'nlion It is tlitr largest and most valuable assortment ever opened In 'his city, comprising Standard and Mlbcellar.eotis orks In all the departments of Ancient and Modern Science, Literature, ar.d Art. Also, all the latest Publications, Annuals of ihe ^ea'-on Blble?, l'rayer Books, New fcdltlons of ihe Po ets. Ac , Ac , In Turkey Morocco, Antique, Vel vet, and other rich and tuperb liladlnss, ele gantly illustrated. A TRE8ENT, worth from 25 Cents to *100, will be given (im mediately after the sale) to every piuchaser of a Book for which we receive SI or more. ir7*6 per cent of all our net receipts will be placed ln the hands of His Honor the Mayor of Washington, to be distributed for the benefit of the Poor of the city. At the Old Stand, under IJexter's Hotel, sign of the K-d Flag. Jan Mf Jj FH1LBK1CK, Ag'nt. ! No. 3f>7 Fn ave., opposite National Hotel. I JONAS F. LEVY) IMPORTER AND DIALER IN FINI WlffES, brandiks, ouocebies, and He I 0 A R S , AS IN STORE A VERY CHOICE As sortment of Champagne in quirts and pin's, IX L; and Tresan de Bausey, ann other desirable Braids, Brandy in cask and bottles. Vintage l/.- toiblO; Rums of all kinds; Whiskeys 1910 tolKW; Holland Gin of a 1 kinds, Claret Wines cf all brands Burgundys do do Saturne do do Sherry do do Maderia do do Fort do do German do do Hock do do Italian do do Hungarian do do English Ale and Porter of all brands Cigars do do Cordlala do do Cross & Black well's Loadon Pickles and Pre?erv?s rf all kinds Coil' e Sugar, Teas, Ac , kc. 'M7 Penn aver.ue, opposite "V ational Hotel. Jan ra-ly JONAS P. LEVY. | pl KKSILVKK VI AKE. ? SOLID SILVER 1 Ten Sets, Silver Forks and Spoons, Solid Sil ver \N alter*, Pitchers, Goblets, and Cups Also, the largest variety of Fancy Silver Ware, Presents'0' ' Birthday, and Anniversary Every description of Silver W?re manufactured to order ,and particular attention paid to the yettlnu pflate designs'14 *' rUhly wrouKbt wllb appro -V ^.??ALT *? BRO- 'cwellera, _jan *? ^ W Fa. av., bet 9th tnd 10th sts. VL?nf "Mu L-CA >1PH K-1E~ETH ERl^I '1 Oil, Lamps, Ac Also, Articts' Materials and Brushes. fhe trade supplied at lowest market prices hy HOWELL A MORSELL, Jin M-l C st bet. 6th and 7th. IMPORTANT TO VcTTAK AND~PlAMO i k;iFoil tiers. This week received a large sup ply of new snd fashionab'e MUSIC tor the ?iuiiar, Piano, Flute, Ac , at our great Piano Es tablishment, 3<fl Pennsylvania avenue, between 'Jth and Kith streets. JOHN F. tLLlS j&n JO-tf K.^IFE CLEANkHS, with the latest Im* provoineat.?Every family and boardinjr houMfkeeper should have one Jia*U G. FRANCIS. 494)7th st. IJt KE ALAUKS BUTTER.-TWfeNTY * k*g^< of very aupe;lor Glad<M Butter, ln store aad lor :ai? low, by HARTLEY A BROTHER, jan33-8w 101 Water street, Georgetown, i MA1AGEKS OF THE NATIONAL INAU eUKATlON BALL., Judiriary gqaare, March 4, I*.*?. Hon TJD Fuller. Me Hon Johu Appletoo, Mr Col John H Gter;?, K. H Sidney W?l.?ter, N H. Hon D A Smalley. Yt. Hod Rufu* Choate, Maaa. lion B K Helletf, Hum Hon Philip Allen, R. I. Hou C T Jitnie<, K. I. Hun Iaaao Touchy, Conn Hon C M Iniinvll. Conn. Hon John Kally, N Y Hon John William*. N. Y. Hon John WhMlrr, X. Y. Hen J K Tlionidon. X. J. Hnn Uwr;c Vail, N. J Hon Win Birler, Pa Hon J Ulancy Jones, Pa Hon J A Bayard, Del. H .11 M W Batea, Oil Hon J A Pmrrf, Md Hon J A Stewart, Mil. Hon R*T H11 liter, V* Hod C J Faulkner, Va Hon U S Itelil, N. C. Hon I< O'B Branch, N C. Hon A P Br tier. S C. Hon W Aiken, !< C. Ho i R li.?mbt, lit. Hon Howell Cohl>, (li H?n B Fitrpatrii k, Ala. Hon ^ W llarrie, Ala Hon A I) Brown, M1?? Hoc .1 A Quintan, M -? Hon W L Marry, Hon Jame* Guthrie, Hon H C Burartl. K; Hou J M k! iolt, Ky, Hon J C Jonea, T< nn. Hou K A Smith, T??un Hou J?e?e U Br <lil, IihI.

11 >n W 11 Kiij(!iah, Ind Hon 8 A Dons'a?. Ill Hon T I. Harrta, III Hon J S Gre-n tin. Hon J !* Phvipa. Mo. Hon W K MebMtlan, Ark. Hon Albert Kuat, Ark Hon Low I* Caea, JJi.'li. Hon Geo W Pock, Mich. Hull K k Mailory, Kla. Hoi A K Maxwell. FU Hon T J Ru?k Taxai. Hon P H Hell. Texan Uoo Geo W Jons*. Iowa Hon AiiKiu'.ne Hall. Iowa Hon Henry Dodge, Win. H n Daniel Weila. Wl?, Hon J B Woller, CaV Hnn J W Denver, Cal. Hon Johu Slidell, La lion J M Sai,<1 il^e, l,?. Hon G K Push, Ohio. Hon C L Yallandtn^iiam, Hon H M U!re, Mlau. Hon Jo* l ?i,?, Open Hon M A Ot?ro, X*w Met Hon J P Anderson, W I f Hon J W WDltfleli, Kansas Hon B B Chapman, Neb Hen J C Dotbln, Hon Jam*-* Campbell, Hen Caleb Cnshlc^. Hon B -beit M<-Clellao1, Hon Jeff D?> t?, United Stale.i Army Gen G?->rje Gibeoo, Capt A T. Shiraa, U?n T 8 Jeetup, ("ait M C Mei??, Col W II Kmiry, C%> t P Calhoun *?)"r A H Bowman, 1'mtert State* Na>y. Com Wm B dh'ibrb k, Ltent M K M.trr, Com E A K Lava let te, Lieut K G Par rot t, Capt X Inzraltim, So; ;eon C D Maxwell Litnt Juchj< J Boyle, ' tited Stiles Mitt?< Corp?, (?en Archibald Henderson, SiatorGeo F l.miaay. Cart H U Tyler, Lieut J Uieane Major W W Rna*ell, New Hon J^bn Cl<*hrane, Hon W B Waylay, Hon Daniel L Sicklsa, Hon Jeslab Bmdall, Hon Charla* B""*u, Hon John R' *Hn*. C >1 John W Forney, C W Carrt-in, York. Hon V. B Hart, la*a?' V, John H Cuauibet* Pennsylvania. Col C lleKibMn, K'trridca Lara, Will H Welsh, Gen Wm H Millar Delawaie. Hon Geo R Riddle. Maryland. A G Allan, F?t Col Geo P Kiii>, Col Wm D Bowie, Col JaB Leonard. Thomas t Connolly Gf,Or?ltOirii} I). C. K..t ert nuti. Wm a Gordon, Brooke K Williams Hush C?p?rtoti, Di B IlohrT, Dr Grafton Tyler ' Hon Wm G WhlMey, Hon R M McLana, Hon P F Ihoinas, Hou H"nry May, Hon Jo-h'ia Vmnsaot, Hon Rererdy Johiiii n, F?ran<"i? Dort;;?, John M Barbour, K S lloii^h, W Aithor Taylor, Alezati'lrn, I'd. I Louis Kluxer, A G Kan-ton, Heurv Dairjei tieid, l>a*ld F'uiisteo. Alabama. Col J K Powe!). Richmond, I 'a. J*lues Lvouk, lYashingfcn. A B Stusjchton, f'lmrles A tart, Wm F Bayly, II L Jai fcaou, I'r S A H 'luton, G?o C Wliltinx, J ?cub Gi leon, Charles H Winder, t>e? Parker. l?r Ihoa Miller, J D Hoover, A mold Harris, k H Wel^htinan, Thoir?s Greon, Wm T Dove, D W Malion, W i! B Cross, Dr W (> Palmer, Hudson Taylor, Hon 1 H Henl.1:1, Dr J B liiake, P II Key. 11 Luufbboron^li, A G Heaiuan, J oh ii F Coy!?, K S Mproole, u Wa'lai I., ? li?* T Joues, A Hiiunlcutt, Henry S Davis, John Kaint^iW, K W:McH? .rj, Rejcr A Pryar. H G Fant, f S Walla h, I uos J Ki?y <-r, Wm F Wall.' , J as X Barker, fbas W Welali, J C Met'ul re, MarsKill Blown. ASH While. Johi.son H?!len, C B ?;raliim, A W Kneaell, S C Sun,t null, Fdward CI rk. IS* njamin Beall, A K Pott-. It J X'eviii, John F", K D Cntta, Lucien Pevton, M W Clnk?r, K J Lackev." Wm H Ward, J D Brandt, Ja< W Irwin, J C Fltzpatrlvk, Andrew Coyle, Jr, Sli I amborit. K H Heudereon, W ni 11 Tli?'Ui%-, Henry tjoeau. t!o\ Eor.:. A Wi?e, Wm D Macrnder, W W Best, ti, Peter Force, Walter Lent s, Wm Seld?u, W w Corcoran, A <i P Nicholson, Tin ? L Smith, Johu C Kivea, Gen Walter Jones, Hon Anlog Ki-nriail, Prof J Henry, (' >1 W ?. Freeman, ? Wendell, Dr Wm Jonea, John T Sullivan Geu W Rl^j;a, Hou T H Crawford. Hon W M Merri k, Dr A Y P (iaruetl, Dr J C Hall, Dar :el R?ti*ltffi*, Col I" G Wa<lu:i^ioU A II Lawrence, J M Carlisle, a D llacli*, A O Da) i mi, J.tme* G Berro', Dr C Bo' la. Tli..a J Gall. ? s<-hii?klii F M. Xerh ?>-, jia2S \V,tb <*IiAS* AS1> WKKXS VTAKE. K ii MILLF.K. yON A CO.,1 I mporters direct from l^lvernool to< Alexandria, bpjj leave to call the at- * tentlon of dealers, hotel keepers ar.d otfier* of Washlujjton and Georgetown to their stork of UOUDH, which, for extent aad variety, will compare favorably with any establishment la the Kaf ern cltlc*. The connexion of the'r senior partner with the manufacturers of F.urope and th? United States for upwards of HO years, has given himadvaa tages In the p.'rchaee of goods, equal, If r.ct supe rior, to ;:ny house In the trsde An Insuectlon of goods and prices will satisfy all parties that pur chases can be mdde of the m upon the most favor able terms French China Dinner Sets, gilt and decorated French China Dinner Sets, gold bard aad plain white Frencn China Vases, Pitcher*, Toilet Set?, Ac. French China Tea Sets, Cups and t?auccrs, and Cher articles of Teaware And Dinner Ware, separate from sets India China Dinner Sets,and separate articles al ways on hand White Granite Ware la every variety,in sets, and separate from sets, as may be desired Blue 1'rliited or Liverpool Ware, the same Comrcon hdged, White and Rockingham Ware, In full rupply. Cat. Pressed, Plain ard Moulded Glass Ware from the best establishments In the Kastern and Western States, which will be sold by the pack age or otherwise Experienced packers employed. Good* put up by us can be transported Dy any mode without breakage. Fare oy the steamboats from Washington to Alexandria, almost hourly, 12# cents eacn way A quarter of a dollar thus spent may save many dollars. dec 1 D'lVERNOIS HOTEL. MR. 6 n'lVKRNOlS DEGS TO INFORM his friends and the public In general, that be has now opened ills new Hotel on Pennsylvanld aveaue, between 17th and? IPth streets. This Establishment Is n*?wl y and elegantly furn Ished on the most modern and Improved principle with tfaloois and Private Apartments The Bar Is supplied wltn'th?* choicest Wines and Liquors, Cigars, Ac. Game and other delicacies In sea'on Private Dinner and Supper Parties promptly supplied and attended to in auy p?rt of the city. Table d'hote at 3# o'clock, on Sundays at ?/. novW-eolm Uj-KEAL ESTATE OFFICE. -,i* A FULL DESCRIPTION OF ALL PROP erty left with me for sule, will be entered on my Sales Book, and receive my personal atten tion, and If a sale is etTjcted, a reasonable com mission will be charg d on the amount of sale I will also g ve personal attention to the Hent lng of Dwellings and other Property, for reason able fees The public may be assured that all business left In my charge, will be attended to with promptness and fidelity ; and that it Is my inten tlon to mak? my otllcea place of great value to all interested In Real estate. HUfliess respectfully solicited. OfflceatNo. 514 ( d stirv) 7th street, opposite National Intel ligencer Offlre. JanfcJ-ecOm POLLARD WEBB. CARD. ISAAC HERZBERG, LICENSED PAWNS HOKE Ii, Will loan ?10,l)0i? in sums to suit, on any articles of value No 4i<) Pennsylvania avenue, betweea 31 and 4# ttre?ts. jan 7-eo3m? IHAU.1CEY VTARK1HER, WATCH MAKER. N0.3MX STREET, SIGN OF THE LARGE and Muall Watch with Chain, near Shilling ton's Periodical Depot, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and street. WATCHES, JEWELRY SILVER WARE. WATCH REPAIRING, Ac. Chronometers, Repeatlag Watches, Duplex, Mantle Clocks, I#ever, Jewelry, and Hor xontal, Silver Ware Mnsical, and REPAIRED. JEWK.RY AND SILVER WARE made to order. 1?7" Removed from 370 Penn'a avenue, Browns Hotel, to the above location nov 44 -ecJna llfOOLLEN MOODS AT A SACRIFICE. TV h, J. Mclaughlin a co., J*n 30-tf between aad 9Ui st?. EVENING STAR. THE WAE IN OREGON |CCF RESI'OSPENCE OF Tre StAR 1 * Salem, 0. T., Dec 2, Irtifl. lidiltir of the Star Justice to the peonie of ?>rjg<?n. and to those who reside in d:fTcrent portions of the United States who entertain misconceived views in relation to the war in Southern Oregon, induces me to write to yon, for the purpose of giving you a plain, unvar nuh?d statement of some of the fa-t? connect ed with this war its they exi"t But before 1 proceed, I will say, that it is not strange that there should be prejudices existing averse to our interests throughout the land, when w? h tve those amongst us who wilfully and ma liC'.ously make false representations concerning this war?men with hc&rti grown blaek in in famy, and consciences sj reared by corruption as to be lost to any sense cf humanity or sympa thy for the weak end defer.celcssof our country There are but few of this class, who have s> richly merited the appellation of ?' traitors" to their country and her citizens?who have rendered themselves so totally unworthy the name they bear a* American citizens?yet, although the number is limited, they have wielded an influence with the authorities at Washington city, which, if not counteracted, must piove disastrous to the interests of th:s Territory, as hundreds of our citiiens have contributed their all to assist in prosecutirg this war, since that was the oniy alternative left for us. J t hits t>een stated, and i?generally believed by a great many persons who are per?>nallj unaci uaiiite 1 with the true history of this war that the white* have been the aggressing par i tj, and 44 they considered the United St ite Treasury a legitimate object<f plunder," bin we are able to show that there has brer a state cf war existing on the part of toe Indians sir, ;o tho treaty of 1So3, nnd that the tomahawk of the savage has drank the b!< >d of over fifty of our citzers in Southern Oregon since thai treaty, before we took up anus in defence of our lives and property, in October list; that th*-y had frequently cut off small parties, kill ing them anu mutilating their h ,die3 in the must horrible manner ; and there never bu. beon a period in the history of Oregon when suck transactions were not of almost daily oc currence. In the month of July, 1S55, a band of Rogue Kiver Indiana killed ten or twelve white men in the vicinity of Klamath river, and then re treated to the reserve on Ko~ue river, to which p'mce they were followed by three companies of volunteers raised in the mines for the pur pose cf avenging the wrongs perpetrated upon their fellow miners by the rutoltsj savage When the murderers were demanded of them, tt?ey refused to give them up, in the most peremptory manner, and said they were ready l >t war ; and had it not been for the interces sions of the people cf Kogue river valley, they would have wreaked a summary ven^eanct: upon the foul murderers, which they rnos* richly merited. I went myself, at the solici tation of the citizens and Dr. Ambrose, the Indian Agent at that place, to the command an'S of compauie--. and begged them to desist. I told them taut our grain in the field was ri^efor the harvest; that we were not prepared t>r war, and thai we would enly rescrt to it iu the last extremity. When those officers hoard the frequent importunities of the citi zens to witiidra-v with their forces and not strike a blow which w.-uld inevitably cauga their homes in a few days to present nothing but a sccrsc of desolation, they very gallantly d:d so, leaving the co!d-bio<>ded murderers to go unpunished and unharmed. But it wa< better thus, for it a war had been commcnceJ then, not only all the improvements in this section of country would have been burned, r.ut ail ihe giain in Southern Oregon wouia have Seen swept off by the, thereby rendering the peoplo of Rogue river valley de-titute of the means <>f subsistence Thus things passed on until about the first of October, lsJo, wh-n the Indians murdered twu men on the Syekoin mountain; where upon Capt Hay?, with a company of rolun teers, f diowed on the trail of the murderers to a pi'int near their rata A, when they were attacked, the Indians opening the fire A battle ensued and Major Lupton fell Our forces found that the Indians wore fully pre pared for them ; and, also, that they fought desperately. Alter routing the Indians they went into tho ranch, ar.d found various ar ticles, which had been stolon from the whites, i pud al-:o the scalp cf a white which had j beer, taken oil only & few day# 1 shoold have stated, however, that before coming to the camp of the Indians, they found where they h;.<l bu'.chercd scv .ral head of cattle which they had stolen and driven tff froui the white?. This is tho aCair that was so disgracefully represented as being a cold-blooded butchery if peaceable ar.d inoffensive Indians. After these Indians went to Fort Lane, (which they did. immediately followed by the volunteers.) and called on Capt Smith, of the United States r.rmy, he refused to receive them as friendly Indians, and drovo them away. Ttiis is the nature of the first demonstration on the part of the whites fur redress, nnd we leave it with a caudid people to say whether this was juetiGablo on our part, or whether we had tne right to resist the foe when he was continually waging a war with our citi zens, plundering their houses, and driving off their stock For evidence that this state of things did exist I will refer you to the letter o; Dr. Ambrose, Indian agent, bearing date September 30, 1JS55. About the I Oth of October, the enemy made pn attack upon the citizens living on tne road from the Willamette valley to Iiogue river, and for several miles burned all the houses, barns, grain, Ac . and killed all the inhabit ants without respect to ago or sex,except M: ??. Harris and daughter Ttiepeoplcof southern Oregon then petitioned Governor Curry to ca'l out volunteer troops to -ubdue the enemy. Accordingly, on the 15th of October the Gov ernor issued his proclamation calling for nine companies of volunteers to aid in a war then existing against the Kogue Kiver and other Indians. Ihe people ot southern Oregon re sponded to the pall nobly, and in a lew days the required number of companies v. ere in the field, and on the 31st of October a portion of them, and Capt Smith's company of L nitcd States troops, met the foe in the Grave Creek Hills, and fought the battle known here as the ?' Battle of Hungry Hill " In this battle the Indians fought most desperately, killing and wounding over forty of our men; and, from the nature of their position it was im possible for our forces to dislodge them or gain any material advantages over them. Alter two days' hard fighting both parties left the field. The loss was about equal on both sides. We lost thirteen in kiil.d. and thirty wounded This is the battle that was published in nu merous papers in different portions of the United States as being nothing but a farce, gotten up by us for the purpose of creating a sympathetic feeling in our behalf thit we might be sure of being paid f.>r our ssrviees, and that no such battle was ever fought. How shameful that there are men in this Ter ritory, holding high and responsible stations, who aro so lost to a sense of truth and vera city, ar.d so ungenerous, as to represent matters in a light which h!U' lod mon to such erroneous conclutions. After this, tho war was prosecuted with as muoh effect as it jras possible to do under the circumstaccos, as one of the most rig >rous *,B" ters closed in upon us, and in order to follow the enemy to his strorgbolde, we were obliged to march over the most rugged mountains, through almost44 eternal snows,' which ren dered it impracticable to prosecute the war to as speedy a close as might have l;een done under other circumstance#. Daring the winter the volunteers tnet the ?? iwcbit per cent. enemy frequently and drove him from his no siti*<n. bat it was impossible for them to (ol* 11* up his retreat in such a manner a* to render their services a? effective m they might have dene bad it not been for the inclemency of the season and scarcity rf ammunition ?rhieh ba? attended us through the war Id the month *f Jauuary last. Mr Drew, Quar termaster General for tbe Territory, sent an agent to San Francisco to purchase ammuni tion. After he had reached that place and made the purchases, the merchants from whom they wete made refused to let the articles gu from representations made to them by General Wool, that if there was any war whatever ex sting in Oregon it was an unjust one. That it was a war waged by the whites against the iunocent and defenceless Indians, and that ^uch debts would never be paid Under the influence of these, and like representations, the agent totally failed to accomplish the ob jects of hi* re jvion, and returned home. The troops remaining in the field almost destitute of ammunition, and as a necessary conse quence almost powerless, only being able a portion of the time to keep the foe out of tbe frontier settlements Here I will remark that tn< *t of the ammunition used during the war in Southern Oregon, wss purchased with mo ney adv tnced by individuals for that purpose. On the 24'h of March there were three for r^rtics of Indians discovered by the volunteers, and driven back with considerable loss t?. the l-Uter Ooe of the parties wu dis covered on Cow Creek, and defeated by Major .Wuhan's oommand ; another on the bead ??raters of the Co'juille river by Captain Buoy's company, and toe third party on the same <lav. by Major brace's command, in Illinois valley ? Xheso parties were sent out for the purpose < f robbing and burniDg the houses of the set tler?, killing them and driving off their stock, a practice which bss been common ever sinoe thorr were settlers in that portion of the coun ty The Indians then fell back to tbe meadows on Rogue river, one of their stongest positions, and prepared to make a strong stand, having collected their entire forces at that point We immediately made arrangements to march against them, and on the 2Uh of April we reachcd a point near to where their oombined forces were encamped, but they were on the opposite ?i the river, and we found that they had selected a very strong position for defence, but by discreet management of the officers in command, and moving in the night, we suo cceded in gaining a point from where we op<*red a deadly fire upon them early on the morning of the 27ih of April, ajid after two days hard fighting, we tuccceded in routirg ?bcm, and taking from them the position which had served as their headquarters dur ing the war. On the 2d day of May, a military post was established at the Meadows, and a portion of the command went out for supplies. The re maining portion stopped to guard the post until tueir return, a? it was on the main tho roughfare o: the Indians from the Lower Rogue river out to the settlements in the val ley. On the 2rtth of May, (having suoceeiei in procuring supplies, which was very difficult and teliou",) we marched down the river toward? the Big Bend, the Indians having fled in that direction. Early on the morning of 'he 2o:h. we made an attack upon a large party of the enemy and gained a signal vic tory over them, killing and ttkin* prisoners a great u. ny of them. On the 2t)th. we met old John s band, and were attacked by them. A fight ensued, in which we were completely victorious ; we killed several of his men in this engagement When we met him he had just dr&wn off his forces from the Big Bend of Kogue river. (which was only e'gbt miles be low,) where he had surrounded Capt Smith, of the United States army, and killed and wounded thirty-one of his sen the day before. Oar oommand then proceeded to the Big Bend, where we f.-und Lt Col. Buchanan with a command of United States troops. L|k>d oar arrival here we tound that two or three of the most prominent bands of hostile Indian? had made a precipitous retreat iwhen wc made the attack on tbem on the 2ttth of May,) to the camp of Col Buchanan and call* ed upon Gen. Palmer, who was there, for terms of peacc. and that they had given up their arms and f-urrendered unconditionally. We theo proceeded down the river to the coast, and during the march wc took a number of prisoners on the river and drove the remainder into the c imp cf ihe regulars to au unconditional sur render. We ranged along theooast for several dajs below the mouth of Kogue river, and succeeded in defeating tbe Indians in several engagements and bringing them all to our terms By the 25th day of June, 1^5G, all ot tbe hostile Indians in Southern Oregon, except Old John and 35 of his band, bad surrendered. Uen. Palmer. superintendent of Indian af f jirs, turned them over to the regular troops, and they were taken in their charge to the reservo The volunteers left the field at this time, our service having expired, but before we left the field, John bad agreed that he would come in on the same terms that the other Indians had. After our forces had with drawn however, old John concluded he would no'.come in under that agreement, and Col. Buchanan then agreed with him that If he would come in and deliver up his arms, that he nor none < f hi? men should be put upon trial for any outrages or murders committed by them, and that tbey should retain all the stock and plunder they had taken from the whites previous to this time Mr. Nathfcn ney, one of the Indian agents, and a man of unquestioned truth and veracity, is my au thority for this statement However much the course of our executive officer, or the vol unteers, in*y be censored, we can say that there never ha* been during this war, an acrfmont made by tbem with the enemy to disgraceful to the American people as this This agreement was made by Col Buchan an with John, when he was well aware of the tact that this band was composed of despera does from other tribes to a great extent, and they were deeper dyed in crime than any band which had participated in this war / As to tbe charges that were made by Gen. Wool and Gen. Palmer, that this war was a speculative scheme gotten up by the people of Oregon, thinking "the treasury of tne United states was a legitimate object of plun der,': 43 , I will only say that it bears no semblance of truth or reason on the face of it. It is not reasonable to suppose that men wbo were making from $4 to ?16 per day at l^eir accustomed labors, would bave creatad a dis turbance with the Indians for the PurP?** ot going into the ranks and enduring more an the ordinary hardships and pri dent '-to a life on the tented field, ing their own horses, equipments and arm# for >4 per day in the perspective ^ The territorial troops haveCOD^n.c^ ? selves gallantly during ligation ;[ credit is due for so su.oessfulaterminaUonit u a** to th. i"nJd'-tbcVh??. endur.1 trtr, h.rd.bif i V-rpi" every ineonvemense attendant "d. SStJK. ? ~* ?>? countries in the world ^TO COMTIKCED. j Framcoxia Heard From.?A letter from Franconi* New Hampshire, dated last Satur day, the 21 h instant, reports the following facts repec'.ing the weather in that Arctie re gion " lb* spirit thermometer this indieatad 49* below 0 at half-past 5am A mercury ther mometer, taken from a warm room at 8 o'clock a m , (after the sun was up and shining brightly,) sank to 40? below 0 in twenty min utes ' Tbe mercury itself was solid This u tbe coldest weather ever known in Franco nia. One could be exposed but a few minutes without l'reeiing his desb. Several pereons were toft-kitten before they were aware of it." -1 * . ?"T oTT UaaoaH