Public Ledger from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1856 · Page 1
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, t oaLtaiir mat Hvaama, , (x tenet senDtrs,, '- ' Af Yin. LktfUKA BVUOIBIAS, a, m. ttun or t rao AM dninn otjuuri, ir ---SWAIN &.AB10L '7 I i v. i t, saist.a weekly loth earner. Tu 1-C ' I !! NOTICES. T7 ;TTSthe ANN 'ULS Ji:FFF.R , nfThilll dIiia will t I il l. .kniliK VlMf. OdMKfNOKM KS'IN Mk.D'1'Al, , ct I'll MUlelnliie Wl ha ha d HI I ha Ml H UALFUNW st n 'l1. ; J'ALL.c SATURDAY MXC, th sib last .ai II M, : T lit C ii to tha OraduaU will ba deliWrMl br Tco- nuuaioa. 'in mono a inviieo iiT'luT rrmft ipt$ Ol NT HcmR CO.. fo. Or-WlU lebril th'it Fifty saoiird Aunivwmry. of K vtnt IHTi'KNH' IJHKr'S halc-sh mi'i Tiokaia, ArwjMlsr. TS) iTl.FNS' DHTtfS BAI-UMAN'HW ifana- orV: of t fcorSwr. N l South FOURTH 8u "at th. door on to evenlns of the ball l-JSoe. 1, li, , te as. 'it. iu to . "i . F.D. I.AIB, See. B. of M. TH If CJ' ASSoUlATI N rR Ai, HAVINi.Sti.ii LOAN in Chans of lao if vi,b m.iiit mon hlv maeiiii will bo bald on meeuiut will bo I K!) KHUA V KV KM NO t?ih instant, i T n'clk, 1 the twawea owner fKNTHand FlLBKHTrUa. lipiM.rtai.lalaituiaatnthe Hr-Iaws will bo uuiOM'4 D. WKATllKRLY.Jr.,8ao. O'HKBTJJM J,oANTWoCiTTiO.S-AN-KVAh MKbTINO -ThSukWlrsortlis FRIDAY r new or- boars and llipB..M'a. ajffaf .It to mm ermeiituiroa. in serve lor -tp.a nnMiiinr pmx. H. oriLir uf t is Aeaooistinei. : ntm -n'fc'l H.H.LAUi,llLl!V,lcn. V) ordar ut i"f Awnomin rrcv THOMAS FRANCIS MKAI if5 1J1W tlfulv rannt. ictilar reauesr,. w JlAll.CH.VNl'rSl., 6ibTf t-1, Wiail anTCa'holi .1101 WII.I.iam lit. ami) thk inirn. ait. VOMIT (ON Or-Mf bo Oration apokoa il CiToWnao), Nw York no lko WoakimrUw Ami Twnrfiuyiiit nor. 1 ifrarill. 111, Will, by riHiit of & in tho MI'8ICAii Maroh link, lo'clock an. nii .iuin m at Ul.kVKMTII aiiS CUhHNUT WrooU. mho MT ' rr1rNTi HAi.rl:A5 MHRTlNJI- v UJ iKmo Ui opiritor) M K KT I N fl of oil aana, oo . muprrra oi4 omir of pmoortf oo 4i f 1 iw vio'niir. OPr'Onl'lH to II ennotruotuMi of t SAIJ.KOAb aaoa IhM ifcorouakhro. o.vono. oo , lUimtar ariof, aunauil lo auliU aotioo, ol Ciow- "'.jtllrS BAJRB wm ooJIod to DM Chiir. toi Meaom. 1 lym.aa jhnowi.0 ao )oj J). Ninoitoai wan ooauwtol Vwo i'lmtilM, Os4 C. li. ttorro). .feaoratr r ho neaiint WM otMroaao4 by oovorAl raat'aman. vara f iroililf ahuwn UiO miooui olloou wkiok i a Will Koi'rood would Mvo aooff treda ood arooortf of arorf onodomi buaiooaf orovoibf oraauaoi uaoo ItwfWUa woo oiopla(rl, or ill rioioiir, . liar Vino uomnilllo VI I tpaiMalod to oroatr ' iiauloRaaolMvaa.onil a RoniioMroooo toihaproaor jxhii liMaaaical tliaaioriiannouf a Railnr vxm Unit Aranuo, vkMa Cvmaittoo waa iaatnutod la avpt al o riNfJ, to ho bald on '.VF.NINI1 N !rl awl 8iWN?0aR' An I 'H.TWK . Il KN ttuaota.wlMriall HC: tMMff ManufuAtuiara. ttaatjanta. Hroaartr Owoora. and all intoraatarf io taa yroaaoriti of tho iroat Araoua to Ilia NorUivaatora .vortof txa tur, and iipg.wnj tu tkn oanatroatumi tho jiwi, nro laviiaa in itp proaeui. or onior oi ino araaa. imavai'iini t:. d. rtArtHC 1 r. ERN LIBtai OArt (!(MPANV. PmunrlFui.. Mai aiok Tl.-A Maotina of tbo Bhiakholdara of Mia Nnrl ilarior Ilia Nnrth. i itioamioi vat in Door ill b bold at Ibo Oftoo rf Uit Ovmpoar. oa WRU.NfcsDAV. tko ixklaataot. W il otMiwk. Al.. t Uio au'ca or raooivuu or ro- ioo'Mut rho uaaloatMt In tho Okartor. i mhA-dtl C. B. UUNUAW, Poorotafr. : i.rin roo. wii.imo. imi"o aor"l t " Com pool k dairnninoil to par la oaa m la korolir rfvon. Iliai iriaoaah HiacK.ll-filho DIVIDKND TLfLl'A II H'r m:Kil" loMoa i 'OPTHK Yr.AR Intn.oa oroaont ntatiim and aurraodor larof MAHUif'i aolitob in Uio anaraoon .t tout dar. S Uiuat B. rMaa, johu Roaa. UaaUl W. BaroAB, Cbu. .W. ltulmairdwn, Cliaa. II. Poiroa. CoranraUin. s Dalod Frkraarp UJ. faVl-tmhirioS Pauioaraiio talaa. ''LjdSL WANTS. ATKU-A BOOT TRBKR. AoplpntNo. T pwitn rtrun i n nrroai. ' y anion, an iron 11I nil, "b I'll : la. f. OH-.1 94a WATKl-Ao.alioloi AftCIIfttroM , iourtk doot vral of ttoroatoanUi airaot, ami to oida. li Mw AfltVllKNT. Addraai t., Bloud'a IJoaaaioa, jrthroodaia. mini Jt'itH CPATPTEir-A HKWI.Vfi MACHINK,At,,r- "J a Uvim una to root aao do to to advauluo Or nddrooauia 0, B., Blimd'a Doapatob, .b-aTi vARDJs.NfcK. Ploaat oall bank of ritiO Vffiftt Wfr-A Coloroa itRL, io fa f wofki amathaaioiid Wuhat and I noral kooaa imnor. Aa- mm-ai'nn TO lok, w 'ttiAt torn: WANTfe6-l,, m,. wllh noma, aklrr a anj wlaranoa, jnM-ai'SII WIN MOW HIIADK PAINTKRS WAM T0, at iftAArH', 4T NnrU BKCOND Ku"on Fkiwora romn. mmo ouiioon wiirkmaa noMappir.nMsl . tiLAiiKSlviftH WANTKO-t'tadlo aountrj work t,,.il?"'l iwly,Hh Smith liua.rltUY ' y '-V1 "ooUoloa Tump ika, Uvaa uuloa avur Frank- "" mkHfH T MAKfcR. NoooiXhor ooodapplT. i. inaa1 J. K, CAI.DVVKLli It CO. . If UMITH. Apply lo J. R BORBKR, H mnfli'lf Bohnylkill Falli, t. VVA'.TK?.,FATEl-Ao Amarioaa Protaatant wliitWOMA.y. UnoaoitiiafoioBooraiuirad. , APyo4o4 ARCH Wroot. mlil JtM rfTART)T:WR9TKD.-f w,.ftm,i. UHH a. .Voaotaldo Uardanora i ! rabraaoon roaairad, AfplralMPWkFboXTi'lfaot. mhVli in ' TXrTR WANT KD-AI OI.KNaT lKr7. ' iff lo'akaoliaria of a ainall Altil and Staam Kn-t io- i minaftrt WNTKD-AtUia tfloro Worka.Ho.HkBKnQNO ' . J.l ."d M'UN Btroota, two orthroa p)T0Vfi rinintii'.nn, mo 3l'9S l7lNYl'.l-ooiod hand PIJR.l Jf OadBoda.atNo.laKl'JuifA otrrat. riih)-lral T. Uarpat rrnua,aiKra Vino r. i. i,r.wiw. WANTKU-Aiond AmorloaaorOarmao GIRuto dy toaaral Hoaaowork. Mart eomo wall roim. anondod. Inquiraat.H ABDIBONBtroot. -( W TKIr-IMOO worthol 8ooond hand FURNI- 0t.-"C?f.!,?,)on"',tUB. ,,lt oodraaa K. PO)'l,ARlr;t.,ab.Tatfih nilit-at-W MVA V, H NTKD-By a iMpaoiaUa GIKU a 8ITUA- Child-Nuraa. Boat of relarmoa llroii. Apply at too 4)rooari btura, OAK Wroat, balwaao Hoort and Mar. ataratia tn , w oat i-miaoaipiiia. m'a H'M i( VlANTBU-Two rd UVBINOR tCRMERS. JjL 'Hi wajue, m futtON m.,Tiw -r York, ' mill M'l : , WANTLlMILLINI.RS, Uraaa-Cap and Haad- ff i)roaWakara,o'mipo:"nlkaiida. ApplyMK.O HOOTT'B, ( CI? KHNlIT tlroat. wiM lwMit Hi r: BoTjKKE'rsTirTE i'l OPFICli,UI(VwtbTHIII lala UUKm r-Koparwr lilHI.S in ororr c rauwlioa aod Protaataota, for eilr and oountrr, K an ota raturnad If. nut auao'lad. m aooramanaatlona raauirrd N. B.-Prirau aod Mparata Rn liir Ia. aii-a flTV WARRANTS WANTKD. Caah paid for J Ottr Warrmnta. ai tha Uiamt rata nf itiaattiint. at tio. l'JNnrtliTHIRDm.,aai!(ioiMtory. mhl 8t'H VANTli TO, PU.HCHABb A STOCK Or4 1RY UOfllHJ. aaiial.ialor a Coan'ry 8toro, ia f.yillf'T. 'w PP' Ottf Lota. Addraaa 1)RT (ioooa, llliwd'a iloapakih. failO-lwMM W'WM MKS Ut tn. l'a:tl 8'ataa Army; Pn I to .8J aaml In a. i. .la toria,aad wramtliii iiM al tho m qr Mwri, A.i paitioaiara ur-: tho U.S. O. R.H.. Pll.lii.'u r 1.1- twoan (onlaaBtb aud Kiahtontk. r.i.n.im Yf NITURK, Carpot, Piamia, Ao. Will pit an par oant. tmira fi Old Feathnr Bd, Koo JA.MKS l)ON-5r.KLl,Y,30J((OUniH(.( bol.Savanth and Kihth, Ixfiira yoo aall your F urn it lira. mh lm iiUIKI'INO FURS WANTKO All kinda, iuok O aa Rod and Gray Fnxoa, Flahor. Koooinn. Mink, " Maakrata. Aa., Ao.. for whtf h toe tilth rat ooali prioaa awill oo paid by E0. F, WOMRATU, 11 N'irtk iuvhiiihi. lai r-im- . tU!APl f'HD-i,)L6Trlll. I'araoria uavini Clotn- '7. J"' to dinpiwo of, will (laaao oall or nrtaroaiO. jnn.i.i.K,i,Hi-sui at,, ami rva Saonnd. fl4-lm $50 U pARTNtR WANTkD-lo no old- ykiob will net ktmo uTfonn aor yonr. Soonnti ivon ISJKl '"""I0' Adilroaa Box 1V94, Phi tdalphiA m tinmaarm an.iraaa, mnn JI'JH - inopoiatHnror bva taara. I'n.fi.. uli.fuM. aiu ill Jaat ja wi. ova taara. I'roaia aatiafaolory. Saloa ba VButf . i n. -u..wl Ail. Ktrfiaa. wuk roti oaa "Viotory," Philada, Pot- ,-411100. mhit-9t'9W . p JVJJ a well rrtabUalMd Maoufaotunna Bia. PM. fw noun by earn Imm tint oity. Prwlueta taamin'uoaaua ooiinaiireoaiiy,aod yield aood smita. IVmtiad In'nrmaiKm, relative to annra tlvan ty lTM. W H1LLIJIN, 14 S. FRONT St.M ji'Sil OOM WAlVTKD-BynlJdy, inacnnlral alain. without board.' Addraaa Una IV'tt Pinla. Koil office. Bih6 -im Wa stp.o-a iRvm.i.iMi-imnxi,! v. rrooi wMio tjtWM.entiieet to a aruund rant, ia -rtobljito for Unota ami Rhoee aa othar map. hanliae. AitdrraeM. U., Iedfer Orloo. aiM fc'jsi han gu, lo bo kail at th dour, KnuinoipAtina." A-5'429 inrmM in l"ia our. no rooaai rUNiHAI,Uo MONUAV. "flu I onr, oi m CAHNAHAN'H. H. W.m.n., m uio aamo. ai iao iinoa of uio umiaaar. nortiiaaol nnuv TIIIRUaadiMIOKmraaU.onoodartortbalat olarof (iandi nait, Uf unlar of Hi a Board of Traa-tooa. - bvi-OPdlW JOHN W. HORNOrl.rwo, TT I koid at Uio Olrard Hmiao. In tkaaitr of I'll iladalpriia, on too Ulk dar of MARCH uxt, at throo oanja. , a5l,!i.WlaIanUfiM.irin Baaliaaa. ,SAi f 4, ft . '- pwoant rt propta, and aa aa nlunitt. wi t naJ nam. A o fi' IrW f hilaria. Poat olbj?. ; , -,.W ANtRrloTrcWKtlijJu, In fl T Tiltreniila, Wort PbilaVUbia. wim morjein urr . k-o-vmareaeand anaia arouirf.lir tha 'at Mar next. aon- a f J!11"1 (iioo par ausara. AtWreaa Ik. ; iM. I'hila. Puat-nfljrje. nifr.1tl(il W'A N TKD-ToItonta8T0RKa.l UVVrTiTiT. ' " ULN0 wi'.k'l. between Plfih and rwrlllhnnd " Kar aiidSprHoai rant a;mut ia a aenr a- ,u wi'naTnrri, between FII tfJPl.?l,r-nt tent a'nnt . - 1 L'iWWi Went I'hjladt., or NINTH iMii'a GftlfMANTO Olt.tiiifil.TO VlU-r,A(.l .-W witM to rent, in April, a roomy, mo-Imu-I.iiIII IIOMK witn wale-; it, ka.1 twnro- aiant oT rwa to railroad or oisuibjaronta. Aild'eaa r. jr rx??r.aj ruar-ioj-yg, ftilivtt'80 " VAN7 KlTT(FrtK'r FOR l irTrUJirr . b -.at:.! Iielaware River. ArWraeaW, A. 8. l,elior oi-. rrvi"t rent and all pnrticulan in fall, ml (t'lfl T s'-ATVD T0 RKNf-A iroliSKTwith' aU ,. I i-aiNl rii iminirmnenla, bclwena Roia and Bmwa - d I if.hindBiiMilata. Rratauttoeiooorl - Alpea A H. J lir OrTirw, ii,t'z , j v aii.d-a aiiJi'i i akw, with ! " f T)U(liiv. ( ah'nh eill aivi (nod on a lniilc.ii.,o ah'nri eill aiva enod on, a aptp.il). HtX.MER FMJA. Hy . Aau'.a, N W.nbar TIKDatid Oil I'.HNUT fr-t. .a. aw.Ld floor. . . a u i, i; I en a. na an, an. i a a a t, . - - WANTI Ip-A auulMi aavae taUia.tia L ftiAiS F UivaMAt a.,1. . t.. iiiil '..il vol. sg-ko m: ', . . WAJTT8. ; ' WA.NTKU-A UIAMON1) KtTl'iSRi , kfoed .ft jawollar. Apply to. . , ynW-wt ,,. t40 t'rieanaitatroat. V A Kfl-4ci.na kaa MlkNJl-D t&U avar'y R'u?aTRllxiKAirur'uur4 door balewowbifi! onet aide. toU-lw 61 lyiN'I'tjVA WOMAW, who noderatama olll'k- T in and (anoral Hnaaawork. lo to in'o the aaua-Iryialao.aPnaaatantt'ookwanled.toiio three railai out ol town. fuauireiii;KHy'K, nrilduor beh-w Klerenth. rrorn lolttnlay. mhA tf 1 1 ASoOKS I WO wAN waal.aI IUATrotZS enorl Houaowork; fa tr.trale Wathar and Ironr. Pleaaa uanira at No. 1 C0NCOR0 Plaae, bet weea Gartnaa aod Cailiaruu aud 8eooud and Tl.ird reou. mt.tii M-A i potent WOMAN, aa Udy'a Maid and Mamiireaa, wlio audenrtanda hairdra.jnf andnlear. ataroliini. Apply at lttl Stii KbBVKNTH Straot, brtweentha hour. of 10 and U and 4 arid 4. mh-f 111 YANTr,l-l(MMliN.i Ua (Vulow Urove atd f Oertuat.towri Plak Road. Nona bat iwdtuen wed apply, Applyoa tha woik, rnhfl jcar HOHp.RT PfCKF.N ft CO. flANtriu-An tntolllnaat youni aU M Ukeoareol Vagatabl and PruTt o otLar work in a amail piaa-to hoard in if! Alw to flarAa and vrfuw wur a in a aina.1 pieoe w uoara ia uto lamuy, AdclrraaBosliUa PniJt, Fuat-oioa, with rjao.a end awiiwovtwri rniua, ruet-vin,e relarenco, Vf dyjh will ham von, at fo. 1J I lietween tipruoe arid Fine, and foi rmnivnt kiiiw . iiniL'D . . (iRKKN'M Court. oarth and Fifth att. fona but a ono hand aeeo apply. n't AS FITTHRH WANTa51-Two ur.t ran Oaa I Ftluwi, to io out of town, .,A,fJyt to , ; .. uuftiini'iui a BAKER, eiiiut atraet. wantku-a sit OS aa Saloamaa, in a f f CMIuiif He br a ounr, Man. Uuod rela-H. W. W., 4 MaKKKT ranoe I Bireet. liven. Adurcaa mh IfltAj WIMXHY -fll AUK P IN TI'.RS W ANTF.U-Oa aiitbediiierenl klada of wo-i. r'. na Kat aaiui workmen need apply. ihn.eain A. H. TI'.KIIUKN, no. T 'l b irw treat, nAJvllfe WAN VKfl-On; Woman1 and ijhjlc ren'a ... , UU l'00'"' A I Baodaon Chiliiren'i W'ella. JtCALUkUAN, No. 14 South KKIHTU Btrret. mhtltt TO PAPKB-BTAIN IJRS.-K) H 8 AXA-l-rintiat ... ..'.,l"0'u, and Maohinary, fur Jlienianuraotnr of Wall Paper, Apply al M North TlllaD 8t. Htm WANTeU-Sevaral uIRLM, la lara thaltraw-.... tnakliiri aood Haven arafarrad. Call early at m SPRITE Street, rnhjif VVANTtlb-A, IfohmbUblU' and Jorf- . BKRi In Wilnunatom, Dal, wiuea awl tfendy employmant. In antra of , 0IIH1ST, FRONTyt.,Wilininirton,lel. , mh H'u WANTKD-A aoond-haod PRINTIiMO HAND-a i T1" S " Itlnohea, Aiklreai W.R.. Lector OtW tnlitaflu MIIjK.--Wuiad.frHntwoto Uirea hundred aaarta of Vll.K. Addraaa MARY P. SMITH, in the frcor Joaeui FFDKRAI.I li A lieu, Notthaaat aoraar of Kjthth and lirANTI'Il A tral.rata and Lr.nH Jl f LRKfMMAKtH.to to lo Maoiai. trao , oae of the heal Sieat and preltwat town ia the State, Ska will be taken at one of ih family and Ind all the eom-fiata H a bum. For further infomuuhin nuranliaf win", u, apply mi YHOS, MORUAN fc CO., M North Ninth etraet. piiw.il tie old, afiKid IViver-wanlaa PLACK,la th j" ,Ul,flieSpriruj, a tiuiiB, rtumiir nuraarr ua-uener, '. uooa reier- ensea iiven. Addree4 hVOUtll Btreet. Calld one weea, moa-ai'an rt o MAflikft TAIL6R8.-A. CV'ttM, a yun A Alan, who baa had innd araotioe in Paria aod Loo-d.m. Ooud rel.rraawa uohanfea. Addraaa 0. W7D A ail k,t A A. IT frf kit L. nitla. ota. oanbeerot a Itrarativaaii I iliaV whieh are eloaa and ooaknini. will ream re one of ravolw end induetnal habita, Apply, in writina, Unraa and Kniliah. iinnj reraranoaa aaat alatinf earlier oouupaiion ia Europ. Addiaaa K. B ledir Odioa mhi Sfart ttomwmto ANb ftf rifeRs.-fti,l.- a eat price pan ii n Aim. can or aend to JOHN lAHinr. r, iowturi'KnmaooTa Flftk.CT mi f LR8! F FURR! FURS! Hliheat price paid for r. . al kindi of Shippina Fare. RUmJU'H RKIS nvjrvi.i b liiiuaii iw 1 hud. lata and Kai Warahouaa, 87 ARCB Street, iii.r, i n and Children1. Work. !treet, upeaira. LIOUIIMk'V -u. .11 bi.l..rul L, .. . . I ' li'. ' BUM VI "ITOW1, PI IHUI Apply at No, Mar CHKUI feH lm ROBF.RT TIIRNKR, PAWNBROKKR, 8. K. or. TKNTH nnd SOUTH St., Philada m-f36 F. Uaruiiae. and Fgtturea, at li FROM Street, between Baceai .no n. mm 3i s io I run oALrA feared KOOT LA TllKwi(h ir.m tliearat teat km.. Applyat No,tt8l.()MRAK0 Btrart. nil tnliO'n ppRANBKRRIKo.-SDbUa, iriine Jaraar Crwher- x.' rwa. loraaieay.. ' u. r. nwiiiit I u'. mhs-sf Woe. W and SO South Wharvee. rVONKMIlREPKRFKCTthanUiaDAOUF.HRB a '"H I rKBrnaoaatHCI IMKR B Roona, 8K0ON 1 Btreor, aiarve uraen. mru wart R t5T. L HUTTtR.-ll obla. prime Roll Butter, (br lie by , . C.P.KNI0HTft0O., K'dl ' - Noe . and 39 8. Wharra. a mhi st VOR BALR-A nna lot of 'aOlIR'kftitWT. b. V a ii art or bur el, at No. alt Boatk TH I RD Street. above Sooth, mb5 4tm DLK fc CO., 47 At AJtKKT Street. mM-afWT JlNfJFar Tallore. Sboema- N UTBtreet, below FiKk, I. Hnteie, eU.. IliS UHKS- Daaenwnt. wilit tw'm UXAIH KODS-Of aaaorlai: ted ai.ea, na hand by Wl- MttHH. MajiuiaAturBrB. a, Bl South FIFTH Street, Juat kelow WalnaU mtii l in mo LAROK CARVF.U EAOI.KS.FOR SIONS-Ob lutiidandfofal,atNo.CART,,af8 AlXKY. lei. Im" OKO. H. TRYDAY, Carrer. JOR SALrV-AUaek-aeared L.AT11K, a inohea to oentrei heavr Iron Shrarj. Alan, a imall Slide eeU Apply at 111 Boulh THIRD Htreal, aeennd tory. mhii-Jt'lpTt FOR RAl.r-A Oi.kjm'i or Butolier'. WAGON, in (xid order. Apply in I.KMON Street, north of Pine and went of Seventeenth atieet, Crat lKi-e on tha outh aide. nihti at S A STi:AM FNUINF,,twohnraeawar.aodalotu4' machine ahoa haok of a, luniiinu i.Ainrn tor aaie, Appir ar ina Boaia Bi.vr,.i i n DWPVI, TO WINDOW 8HADK PANTF.R9 Juat re-eeivea, an tnvnioe ol Cambrioa, at unpreoeilentad k.wprioaa. Apply At No, Id AorUiBKCONO Street, Philadelphia. feSs-aoililtp t!i wARK Mannfkotory, 8. W. ooraar FIFTH aiidCHKNRY Sirteta. All Silver Ware anid br aa la of our own mannfaotnre and wa, ranted, mha-lm HfoKOY, Oriiiral BRAND AND STAMP CUT-11 TF.R, 4 fAMANY Straat, near Saoond, Old Northern Niuertlae. ft, B. Neatly aut and warranted no oaat mm uainuug. liUHr N'f 1 M PRKSSlTJf vy rKll.at MRrt. OENHF.I.L'B Trimmina. Ho-aiery and Variety Sture, MELON Straat ai d RIDOK a venue. moo H in T0BPAR MAKF.R A auperliiir lot nTWhlti Pine Spar TIM BF.R. W laabaa Bpruaa Spore. E niece Stioka fmiaaoiotllona. or faia low by JOHN LAM1KI.!.. F.ieontnr, tnntend'W Beaoh etreet. alove Maiden. Ken. IUI.K9, Prnjer and Hymn Booke, auitabia for the varum. Cbnrohee, at Ion and low priooa, at M. ITZPATR1CK A BHO.'S Clieaa Book aad Stationary Btora No, 140 C1IE3M T Street. aUiva tiuth, mtiA-aodM'liH CHEMICAL, WARK. Depot of Went Pkiladei pliia Chemical War Faotorr. No. BO North FRONT Si. A oid and Firepruo War ounatantly on haod and made lu order, . lea-lin' MORO PHILLIPS, rVoriCr! 18 HfiftP-nV CIVKN.riiat we intend 11 to apply to the Board of Port VV anient, at thai Wat Statrd Meetinf , for aerrniaiaia to eitewl our Puw aeoond above the Navy Yard, lo the Wanlnn't line. l'hila.,.AIreh, l&ld. JOH 1UIHTO.V, P-h.HCT) For tlie Halraof Bou't Burton.deo'd. SVJ.(FrAlCY AND BTAPLK STa" TIONLK Y, f ovary dxeoriatioa, for aale at tha Uweet eaai. erioea alao, YVeudiai and Vulunf Jarda Eoiiavad and Wriitea. fTB. OHNSOnr, Btatfrmar. , feIMm No. 4 Kithth at., ahova Market. ' AMERICAN AND KNQI.ISH PARCH wP.NT.-Juat reoeirtd, new invoioat of eitra finitliod Anvrican and Kniliah Parohmrnt, vu i I by S. p hy iti, H by , ifi by SI, by at, 90 by 96 rantina fTom -'-M-lNOi0 .qURKfcB0N. Conuaaroial and Law Blank Store, mh-ttM 6" Dook etraet. 1 lriti Joli Juat euhliahad. Caet. HAKII'S '.A, oompoaed and arrauxed. , the Villnjr and CoronaX' author, VHA8. A. MINTZ ompneed and arminted W the Piano at i alao, a wailiea. f or lie br the author. CIUS. A. MINTZKA. No. 817 N. FIFTH Street, above lienrte at. The Niarara Urand Wall I, Fanny Polka, aad aereral ether aompo-i itKma, by Ue aaoie an lour, may be had by apply inn a above. irtria4tl IlEOPO'Al.Swill he rejelved until theUtof A aril wi.OllO CROSS lor cue i-niiauaipnia and Kaltimnra Central Rai The Tiea to be 71 feet in Irsc tb, I in. by in., if ftwed 1 in. faoa bye in. in tliiokneft if hewed I niitor whiieiBk,nt likedurable timiier.c not leee inaa to be of one. niitu wiii'vtaia, ie u.euu'Bu.a uww,uanpwwi nap Boliuilkill. tn Philadelphia, duruif thenio'.tha of aiay nioTitha of Ala I.DICKF.Y, OjCird.Pa. ana J una. n aruat , o. nuit-aiHWt4M NOTJCK TO CONTRACTORS AND MU'.U-KRS -The Board of Trnatoea of th ftrld Fel-(W Hall Aowatinn will rewive PROWlSAIJI tOR 'I'HR KRKOTION OFA HALI.ua FifhM.. PI I TSIH Hi), antil Alonday, Ik loth nf Vlaieh. The Plea, arid tMriknotkma ean Uteen. and an Artthoeot ill "e in eueadano lur an week, at the Odma Hall, Fonrtb etraet, emimenoina on Monday. Wa'oh 3d. Hour, of attawianoe Inan o'clock, A. hi. ti I e'olo-a. P.M... J. . HkNUl.RSOK. Baeietarr. r-ittalaiTa, Fat, mrr-.1t RtiMjOWfcBf'rtR s'ALK'jni' 0 hor.1 one hone, ane IA koraa ai.rfnne t.h.prae power ll.atidwlMe Purtalile Euuit,fur aaie IxlflFtf of J. And leib snAFT- offiuia M"" "id I ,uleya.ai eomplete. tad!pJnrSJL'b",!R,,,i"l,,, WtoJIbM CRAB WlCHFU, eW.of liittn. frma ISI .,.il"?i-r'"",rT Ima will b tnJren n atwaf V Steam Fntiore, or.,,, f the el-nr nreotKcrra't- 'umJi0 'VAH. COM fc WKST. feff.eoiWw - Norm Worka.Nntriatna. P marteroflheFjitateof ROSAl.H It A tAl'l' lif, IK')- VIN7, Pur aerouitt 1 JnnC. KHI, ailrnmirttator. C. T. A.,ota.lad airixalar.thpeatateuf fcoui Kapp De ProvillT.HHkaMl, UikIT IptlBpa of luln,,LtrBl.. ranted lleoeinlier ttu. In A. The aud,t, appoiaual by HieCoart to aodit, act lie and adiuBt tn aa.d ao-exwiat, aid report dietribaO'in, e.. wilt auend to the dntiroof hiiaavouitirieatonTUKrliiAY.Alaroh Irth. RV,.at4o'e"k, P. M., at ki oftoe.No 814 WAL MIT Street, !. Eirnth.in tl entr of Pbuadpaahw, HHBI eiBlTflll W.l Ml". I H W I r, P.H Pn. rVCIT ICK -WhcreM Lfera of Adrnir.iatrniio A 1 Ua ealaie or JOHN W. I'AI ly, i"-l. bar law intnird to the amleraitned, air"".at i. 4hual in rani eate Will pleat make pavnm.. and twee bavir. oimaordrauu, wul, mm If e- - kneara withi uteiar, to - . ; j J: -i IIDAJI WFR,'Adnrtwi)rnr. J r.4aiaaa L milw. i . JJ. 1 kun Waki. a. Ut . lk . . w aw v I Mr. piili fa, Blft-at It1al WA NTF.U-A PraotionI PARMKR,a amalanvui, With i ood reform oaa tliiiheat waaea fire. cil at 41l RACK Street, m Tkareday, ilk toataat, at o'c cik, P. M. mkl 3t'a9 , aictla tt married, of tlwnHiiheduoation.who apeak a Freaok, haa aa aoonrat kowlede of P.0liah, and ia ataa to hear broke. oanheerot a Itrorativaailuatuai aut m I ha an... i ' ... I I PkUad.l.kla, rriday, MnreA 7t tt. , LOCAL AFAIK8b ' ert4rdtnf$oVUt Coamettt A fMohu nr. tog oftjlty tionaeUa waakekt ftateraUy aiiaraeoa. EiLlo Baaaoa Mr. Aahton piaweated a m-ntrial irom toe Indcpr Ddenl Bran, la telatloa t thelonaUoe of tk State Araenal. Mr. Welakea A" a Ouiawrt, from Bprnee toDock, arul Front aid Wkuw atrreta. Ala eat from the W eater o Hoae VcmpanT, aaklruT to a admired Into Oie Fir De-peHa.ent Mr, Parkin nmonitrtiKe nf a num. uer ofelUtena, agalnat the lootllen of a Paaaenirer Ballwa) on Tenth ilrret. north of Arcfc. Mr. Cora-nun a memorial from eundry eillreu, aakliur the prtttle to fare certain tterU, aa of hloh arer Mr. MoWhortrr offend a preamble with t km. tutlon, aaklng (be oplnlea cf the City Solicitor, atto the pa) ruer t of ularlra to eartala Aldermen, acting uconirultileg Baglatrat, which waa adopted. Mr.Botwru offered a reaaluUon duwitng the Suivey Departmrnt to re pert what eolvwrta are le-ceiaaty and aiay be eetuttueted thla year, wltkthe approilmate oeei of the aaa, wki ih Waa adopted. The ordlnanee t make a aaeelal armraprlatioB to tb School Contrclleia for ifpalrUiir a achool-hou la tb Eighth S.cttoa.m up fwcon.l-deration. It ana urnd that, la paatlnt the rli. Ml aprmprlatlea bill, tha amount aakrd for that irarnva waa aulaundaratood. The paaaas af the ordlnaic wa eppoatd an the tround that If thl waa paaatd It would he opening the doe tor ether department to pica tnatirn of the aaane cna ratter. Thaqueetloo, en Ua nasi rieeeare, W de-elded la the aefmtlv by a wet of yea t 1 naya. Tb ordinance lor mahlnr aa appropriation to to Flrt Department, w ith aa amendment mide by Cemmou Council, to appropriate f400 to tke Isdependenot Knftlna Oooipanr, aa a sratully to July lbde, waa oonaldertd and nan-concurred ia. To ordlnanee maklnf aa pereprtaUoa for UKhtlruvlheHfWltkgaa,e., Wn ooocurred ia. Tb omorlal from oltlwna, igilaat turaent oa the Una of the Philadelphia and Germaatowa Railroad, npoa which the Common branch ap-Polnlrd a Joint comiiilt'e to examine and report tbtreoa, wa concurred la, and Meaar Oornaun, Waaright aad Maraella wen appointed on tha part of Select branch. - - Tb Pieaident aubtnlttod repeila tiem tb Wet. caco Hon aid Benthwaik Etilne Uompaalea, glvlni the name of their niemher, Ac. ; when toiolulloalidvrata former meeting pre. riding to admit the eeaiManl tat the Fire DepartaMtt, wa taken ap fur ouldr allow. Mr. Cory maa moved to trlke eat the Weoeaoo Boa, which wa agreed to, and the reeolntloa a amended waa adopted, a thai the BoulhVerk Knglne Compaay waa admltud. He thra moved that th subject of the Weocaeea Hose Company, wllh all to papera In relation thereto, be referred to the Committee ea Truati and Fir Derailment. . Tb tvellng of member wa oppoaed t the anion of two or mo.-e Ire oompaalea la a retain-tloa for adwilaalea. A aaraaiu waa frostved mtbe Mayor, letara. Irg an ordiaano, which provided for refunding awvrntoea eea'a la the one hundred dollar, to tax-payera of portion of the Twenty, trat Ward, wh upforUd their ewa poor, uhmltilng to Ceonclla that there waa aa error la the ordlatnoe. The or. dlnenc waatbeaoonaldeied,anda motloa of Mr, Btokr, " the year lrJe' waabuerled. a them-qulatte anundtnent, aod R wai puted. Coamon CocaciL A Urge number of pttltlona fcr paving of atneto, boUding of culvwrta, against th conatmctlon of a railroad on Tenth atreet, were pieated and referred. Mr. McMullen pre tented the following comma. Unllon: ' T the Select and Com moat Countlli: We prefer the following charge agalnat Mr. 0. T. Hyatt. Foreman of the Market af Gaa Workt, rli.i thai there ha ben anade ander hi direction at the Oaa Worka, eat nf material belonging to the city and labor futnUhed to be pad by the ame, a bath boiler, which waa aet la hla realdence, la Lo. cut street, wot of Twentieth, bybrlcklayen from the Work, end plumbing woik aiipertalnlng to the stme was performed by men employed la th department. Abo ether article, suck as stove, pipes and culinary article, articles fcr exhibition at Poultry Fair at Concert Ball, and a maa to at 11 d t th lime for four or fir days." W ar prepared to prove the above, and aik for a special corrmlltee. WeaLo have charges to pre. r agalntl other oSoera of aald Worka, which we will develop before the above commit'. Signed John Blown aad Washington Ersklne. The fbalr appointed Me.tr. MeHulurn, Baker, M atelier, Dank and Keeling a committee to Love. tlrat aald matter . Mr. Manuel, of the 6a Committee, abtnltted an ordlnncrapproprlatlngBie,a7io, t pay lamplighter, fluid and gas furnished to tae puUio lamps. Finally paaaed. Mr. Blddle, of the special eommlttee, to whom was referied lb petition of sundry military com. Rale and oSoera, la reference to appropriating a ; for the erccttoa of a Bute arseaal thereon, nude a long report, with aa ordinance annexed, autho. rixing the Mayer to convey to the State for that purpose th lot oa th sooth ld of F ilberl street, east of Bli'eenth Laid ever. , - Several resolution of Inquiry and directions to denartmento war preaenlrd and adopted -Th ordinance to levy and tlx the rate of taxes fbi tre year lhfte, which was under consideration at fie time of the adjoarsmtnt at the laat meeting, was taken op and considered la Committee of the Whole Tb lrt amendment eensideied, wa to make th rat of tax la certain portions of Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Wards, Bl V, Instead of Bl J The amendment was agreed to. Mr. Henry moved to recomlder the vat by which the tax rale for tb city waa Ixed at 1 M, so a to make It . la making the motion, Mr. H. tald that SI M was not sumclent to meet the urrent expense of th city, and the amendment making It ftl V had been lur lid through without debet or proper consideration The Finance Committee irportea In favor of H 90, and notwithstanding this, tbegentlemtn from toe Eighth, iMr Penioae,)towhoiiitheMUowpdlts patrn!ty, Id not ay a single word In opposition lo the proposed amendment He said that the present Council bad mad appropriations f ir the year 1864, to the amount of fra,64,83 IM, to which must be added for discount, som BJfjVoot 00, all of which was to be met by taxation, and at the rate of SI W oa th B10O, a detoieney of 0m,t3 In Would occur He oonildered this kind of leglslatl' dls-endltable lid dlabonest. He further aald. that tbeeid CoanelUfiom January to May, last, had mad appropriation to tie amount of ,k'J0l0W), and th p eeent Councils were compelled to appro-piiato aa additional sum of BIOl.OOO, to pay ex ptnats of I8.le. With th present rate, aot a sent Would be left la the Treaaury to meet contingent ex prates which might ooour la a eaaaea of dlttrea In winter, or during a prtUenc In ummer. A tax of oa B13.,04S, will produce AVl.W,. SHU IS, and th appropmprlationa to be provided for are B Ota.Sot 74, whloh will leave a anrplua of '4710 N to meet ant contingent expense. Mr. Penroaerrodea long ipreeh, and eoaeluded by expnsilng hi wllllngne to eomproails the matter by making the rate Bl M. Mr King advocated the rat of It 90, and aald that would UiuOtclent lo meet thf txpeate. Ue did not desire a cent eurplue In the treaaury. The motion to fix tha rat at ti, waa not agreed Mr. Band moved to m ke the rate SI 01. Not agieed to. A motlo wmad to make the Fleet, Second. Third and Fourth Division of the Twenty first Waid rural - Mr. O'Neill oDDoeed tha motion, and laid thit the reeldicg in the rural dutilcla were not taxed In proportion to tne amount levied apon those owning property in inenuitt apportion toe (17. A man owning a house In the city worth Bduoo, was taxed a wut B,500. while land la the rural dlatrlcta. worth BIIKHI an acre, waa taxed at 1 OKKt. tie, Mr. O'Neill, knew a gaatlemaawl bad twenty acre of land which ha would not take leas than Sv,0i 0 fir, and )i be waa taxed only to the amount of B'.J. Mr. A Miller advocated th amendment, aad numerated the advantage enjoyed by those la Hie clly over the naldanta of th rural districts Mr. Penrose aald, since these numerous motions for making district rural hid been made, h thought if making a motion to loclud a pertloa of lb Eighth Ward, as it contained several pub-lie ie,uares, ia whloh there were tree, squirrels, wild beast aad peacocks. The motloa was not creed to. The bill waa then imported back te the House. The tret eectloa was lead, when Mr. Patterson moved to amend by mthlog the rate of taxes st II Instead of Bl W. trnt, by a vol of Oil yea to 41 naya. Motions ware made te male the rate $1 OS. $i IS and Si, which were not agreed to. mr. eleven to a movew te anion tf inaertieg "that all peraontl. estate, aot txeoset by law, ue sam paying six par oem. per aaauna ea lit 1 par vs'ue Mr. Tavlor advocated theanvudmrat. aad said that this tax would be of advantage and ol btaeflt te the city. . Mr. Gordon made a few remaiks, and aald that be had beaded hla apech to a reporter, and he should not, therefor, derivet II, but It weald be publish d. . Mr. Biddle opposed the srsundrnewt, and contended that by levying suck a tax no maa orrald Ob' n in a mortgage ea real estate, aad all those bow out would tie called la, and thereby cause much distress. He mid those that made lortnnsa were the dealer la rial estate, and the principal p-tlen of th tax should real a pea them Mr . Wlileilsthnwgbt th wh'le berth' a of taxes should not rest upoa the owner of real eat ite, aa lochs pulley waa calculated to prevent theereo-tloa of buildings and kep mumfaotnrers out of the city. He Thought peisoasl eaUle hnldb Uxt d as well as real. The arondmcnt wa ton, by a voi of II yeas to nave, Tbablll Anally peeaed. The 13tb eecttoa pre. vldes thatee the lat. vd and7th dIrUloaw af r-en-ty seco d Wardj the th, Itxh, 11th aad ltth division of the Twenty third Wsid. and th14, Ithatid Ith divisions of the TwetSy Brd Ward a Uxof BUI latbe Bl0 That portion to 1st dl-vsKmof tha kln.1 Wepd : It'. and d -drvlskmef Twenty third Ward, anal eertala meadow lande In Twenty fbnitk Ward, SIM. la th 7th dlvl. ilea of Twenty second Ward) lb It at. Ota. 7th and I bdivitiee of Twenty-third Ward, and the ad, 4 h, 5th and Oth divisions of th Twenty. hpom K iti.llii. Ane iiiiMaaipviiaws CUV, Bl 00 ft 8d avetloa waa ameadid so as a dlvldi tb tax a Mown For to Poor, ionto Puvtic Schaoea, S.1 eeata Polloe, W eeata Highway, tl cea's 1 Lighting the City, lids . . CoaiBoa Oiir.'ll coipfarrrd I (he amen I meat made by felul Council te tec Mil for Hint tag ue ettr. . A , The b'!( ana tag an apnroprwlaa lo the Renerv-t of Tstei; any for advertising tb list af 04-ilnqutnt rax paver to lHr, waa take wp. -' Mr Bid-lip oppoaeA the paaaarpeof tho MU, aad Clutii'did t xt the nnintoa ef th Solicitor eat the city n 4 1 '. g 1. 0. y baiiDd to pay the M'l. ahmldbesi a .tut t p.uvrul Us Banea-p toivexh thla Clien i-er. ' . w -7 1 lie prtvirvti e"Mia WrSC4il'd 0d swrtaised, ltd tteuarr u 0, ..a 'B o y.e m tkpVrn. 4 '"- , Vj -' - W t ,.-a. - AM KijrjtSaU PHILADELPHIA. F BID AY,- MARCH 7, 1655. qaortrm betDg preaenl, a aall of the Hoa wai made, whoa oar J7 answered to their name A motion was made to adjourn sot agreed to. Mr iUntwrmsn, thj nietaengea. waa teat far mem-bore, but aet lad lag any, the Hooae adjearaed. . rii.Drife.esipM BHn,u There 1 a branch ef the Ite arte In Philadelphia, that has pogresaed o rapidly that ef traa.pjr.ing the line meats of the fao to olivet pi alee gists pxpar. Ac, by the action ii Uaun. Until withla Hew year th aiiltU cniraaed la thla an.i. . compelled to look t France for a supply of nearly every article nteded, but Bow Connecticut fur Blshe great majority of the silver Coaled plate ustd tn tn Vniltd Stxtes, at well as the ease and rtioanilrigt. The silver used for ealvaalil ika rj.i 1. ji.. solved In equal pans of atlrtc arid and water, after which atroug aalt water to added, which preclpt-tales U silver In the form or achloitde After U haaatttled, th liquid 1 poared ea, aad the preel mltmt. la avail avaBpiarf . , '-.--... ..T w . . twIl.tlllB B hm nut with the chloride i t slhrer. and anii.iea ButH dissolved. A la't;e number ef Daguerreo. type ease are now mad la this city, two maru-factorlea baring been estaUlahed, though th largest eaublbhinents eagaged la thla traflU are located In Connect est. la thlii city. there are aome seventy Individual engaged In taklr? Damierreotvnea. Ambrotvnes I rhotorrraiiha. an I la no eltv la the Union, ar scarcely In the world, ha a great a perfection "" taiaw, or so many vaiuaoie improvemenie totheart made, a ia -Philadelphia, a factwhloh ha beta verlled by the reception ef trsdals and r.vu.,uui. aiuare-rar tneir pieturee Bavw oeen ptaced la competition. The price of picture la varied accordant to the sir and value of their snr-toandlugt.. The number take la this eRy will averartdtUyabatitau. and for which an average npla r.f k.... . a, i . . . , , .... ... . f ,, .V 7 H""", anaaing ueaatiy receipts liMii" "'"sutMnia of 0um tiewf, r over S4,0tK) annually. Out of these rectlpta the a-tltta payv rent, tmployrea and lor matotlal, the latter Item alone coating ea aa average ever 04 per day to each, thus making tha entire amount expended daily for milcrlais soma SMu, or ever Brfcj per fIIB0.m.Jl,erel lwo "tensive tsubllshmenU la this city, which supply every article need la the art to operator la this and n.any of th State South and West, to th aaounl cf aome StSU.vuO per annum. Beveral of Hi DaguerreotypUt la thla city are eitennlvely emriloyed row In taking Ambrotyp and PhotcyraunJe Pieturea. and, fir the short time since (lie utroduettoa. dreerv great ceedtt for tb style ia which they a r execute aad the vla able Improvemeat nude, la taking A mbrotype and PbotosraDhle Plclurea.' clans, laateaal of .li ver coated plttea, are nstd, and they are known as " am. negsuvw picture, in tne 1 oattive PhOtoeraoh the llehta andihwte ra pnr.B.,nwl Inlbei' natural positions; but with th Negative, thoae which are tranaferred to unr. bv the act Inn of tit lun, the light and th shades a a nveisf d, the part which ihould be light are daik, and the daik light. Ia taking; pieturea 00 a lata four separate chemical ao'.uUonsare to be used aa folio wa: Iwdlted collodion, nitrate of illvar eolutiea, developing and Using ootpr. . ,ue giaee piaie ea wmcn ina picture la 10 be taken baa been well a lean ad with eottoa, ths l-dlxed oollodlea I pouted npoa 11, end allowed to remain a few moments until It partially dries t the plate Is taken into a dark room and plunged iuui iua muaie ox auver oata., wnere it remains a few Btlnntra, when It la put la the camera and tha picture taken. After removing the plate It la again takea to the dark room atd, bv pouring the de re-loplng solution upaa U, I a abort time the long makes Us apptaraaae. It la then tlnaed with elean water, after which the picture Is mad durable by pouting upon II the lilng eolutiea. The whole process of taking daguerreotypee and ether pie-lures l very Interesting, and those who dettre a minute description of the mode of taking them, or of the materials used, esa obtain tb information from two works en tne eubjeet, published by Mr. Myron Shew, Chesnut street. Aet C trail Parnate jTaguui Messrs. I P. Morris fc Co. bar lately Completed a Cornish pump similar la principle to iha oaeatBpriag Gaidea water-works, recently fully described In the Ledger, from a report made to Council by Mr. Braeff. Thli new pomp, now being constructed, Is for the Camden water-works, to ba erected assooa as the foundation for Ha enppirt Is completed. The work hit been delayed by a defect la tb masonry that will toon be remedied. This twain ha a cylinder of 40 Inches and a puma of til Inches, tb stroke being 8 fret. The Irafler Brd In connection with the enilnra are ol novel construction here, though murh used la France. t wv oonusi 01 a norixoatai Doner, extending ove' tbefurnateis theu'llll manner: the hrlde arsll at the batk ef the grata bar la built up ae as to throw the mala body ef the bent agalnat the boiler, but allowing a poitloo to be carried over this wait 10 vet apon a aecona roller or neater susperaed Behind It. and connected by pipes with the main boiler shove It. The water la Introduced into th lower boiler, and consequently doe aot enter th upper one until so heated that Its conversion Into steam Is greatly facilitated. Thla preserves th upper boiler torn any aedtment, ill extraneous nutter being deposited in the tower boiler, where no damage can ensue, tb bent not being tatease, and from which it can be easily removed. . The economy peculiar to the (yatem Is that the beat which Is nmally carried off by the draft and wasted, la made to aot upon the lower boiler, aa that the heating of both require no more fuel tbaa lor on of ordinary eonttructloa. AastAir f emadm.ni te sue Fkihdtlmhim Ut-tAaatri W understand that on of our uptown boat balldeta ha just contracted to build", for Meatrt. Jao Cinln, the famous hatter, and Col Edwsrd Fusion, the celebrated chemist and perfntner, both of New York, a stlllng y ioht. cat eulated to "lake down" any yacht of the earn tonnat new afloat. Her dimensions will b as follow. : length on deck 09 feet I bread k of beam 10 feet; depth of hold 7 feet; tonnage 70 torn; length of matt 90 feet; length of boom 70 feet; length of gaff 31 H feet; length of jlb-bsom 46 H feet 1 Irntlh of bovnorii out hoard. 00 4ph. Her a tending tigging Is being made of wire rope, at tne wotls of Air Koebllng, at Trenton. Sue will have a trunk cabin of airiDle dimensions tor s larira company, and will be fitted np In magnlfloent Myle. Forward of her mala cabin will be a large end elenntlv furnlibed atate mom. with ttreaalno bureau, water closets, fc0. ; a steward's pantry. win. itc lairai improvemenia. in aer rorecastie eabla she will have, la addition to the (toward 'a gaiiey. a well stocked library, and seve-al neatly arranged bertha for sleeping. Her line or draw, ings sre bring Isld down at en of the moulding loft of th Navy Ys'd. Mesara. 8enta At Phalon wet te much pleased with the sailing qnelKlee of Captain Leper's and other Philadelphia built yachts at Newport, laat summer that tbey were Induced te have their yacht built heie Her aamo I to be Saint Nicholas," after the Bt. Nicholas Hotel, New Y'ork, the proprietors of which have ordered for her a splendid sulteof Bag. Te fct J?ert Cewrfd.ea , tie R.ear. Th steam tug AUantle, and the City lo Boat, arrived jrwvcTumv niorr.ing, in xrmer winging up ine hip Carloca and the barks Emma and Pse. The Ice from the Here Shoe up to the city Is becoming quite thin, and easily broken) but between that point and Cheater, la consequence of the breaking of t) e lee from (he shore, tho closing the channel, the Ice botts had great dl&culty In maklag their way up. The Atlantic, which has proven herself a superior lo boat, went down the river yesterd vy temoon, fur the purpore ef again maklag a clear channel, and will return thla morning. Yesterday the tide Wat unusually hlgb la th Drlaw ire, end It is thought the toe will be stirted from above In a abort time. The caotaln o' the Atlantic re porta that there are neatly one hundred veaaela at Chatter and Delaware CUT waiting the reopening of the chinnei, to approach the city. m Th chanae alone Delaware avenue la oratlfalrai. Drava, furniture wigona la numbers ar being luBurai turn unioauea jtrnoeg ine reoenierriv.ua wat the thlo Ala. oie 1 f the veaaela blonvlnr to the new line cf packet ships between this city and maroon, lairiy rsimnanea oy mrssr. rreaenex Lennlg, Thomas Richardson, CVarlea Lennlg, ard AT. B. Cat tell At Co. The bark Irmx. from Maraoalho, brengbt 0170 bajge eosTer, US7 dty biupjb, acta wry aauctx aaaew, arc. i A Smtik up ) r PAUaatrtoAM aauf B1H atere Aetlraatf Yeaterday afternoon the train of rare due In this dty at one o'clock, did nrt arrive till near six. The delay waa eansed by the loco, motive running off the tr.ok at Naamaa'a Creek, the train going at the time at the rate ef 10 miles na hour. The engine rtn off and fell ever acroea the track, The engineer wa pitched oat ef the window, and was very eertoualy hurt. Th ire-man sustained no Injury. The mall car followed, and went en tlrelyover the engine, but wa k socked all to piece, by tba aback. The floor were torn op the store demolished and the mill bag war eteaflrcby the stove fsl Ing among them The only person la lb ear waa Mr. Charles Whltemaa, acting aa mall agent, who escaped with aome brulae One of thapastengerear ranofftta truck, but the others did nt,t leave the trick Borne alarm waeexneriaaa among lb paa testers la the front ear, but Bo damage was snaulned by any axaeea-g. The engineer engaged la en of the most ex. perleBcedOB lb read, having been la the employment of the Company for 1'iaea yean. A large number of men were immediately set to work todrar tb track of the wreck of the engine aod tare, which will dcwMlase b oomptoted by this morning. A the train could act pate the spot after the accident, the naasexuet were com. pellrd to walk s round and take The ear aa th ether Side, analog much delay to all tb travel vet tke load. Treed f Citf Lts.-Aa effort to be lag made by some of the teatoents In Ue Wards adjoin tag Moataomery county to Induce the LeKlelatare te eut off 1 hoae districts from the city and annex them te Moat((omery. Numerotu petition are la circa-tattoo lo 1 sTest thl bj ct. bat whether th Mayer will be greeted re naiet to be determlaed The old townships from which the lend eat cocnpbilarl enrn ate Byberry, More'aad, Delaware, Lower Dublin, aad portions of Rox borough aad Choanal BILL There ate varlona anrnpn..!. umA l r.vo. ef and agalnat the peopoai iow, and It Is likely eon. ..... UB9 win aw aproa in aiaeus.ing inem brf.ire the qneatlea of aaaeiattoa to deaaltely Pitied. , Aawavd. A small boy, aaaned AngUttus Loch enbach.made a aarrow cwoap from drowning la tbe Delaware, oa Wednesday night. While pitying with ether kwy at Poplar atreet wharf, be fell overboard, aad, If la tted, woe 14 hive drowsed bat for the timely aaeistaneei of Jobs CeBaetry, who jumped In aad aaadid the Utue fellow eat to hi cootpnalona, - -r- , , -. , rJatl Cfeeb Bispva --Oa Wedoe-Klsv rm-lrg,betwen stvensndelpMoJlak, the dwelling f a ereaehman, la Se-renih atreet, below Spring Oe'dea waa' entered by ttw-aaa of a dpd hitch keypad a clock worth BUi takea turn lb avsa et n.ece ' - p-1 1 , . . A B'tt Will OfO Wedwday Bight, a aeee haok lag woman aprjlied at th I roth wtrg staili a how., and ea aearching her a bag cantata, tor a esetlderebie sanoent la goad waa fwaad sus-pet ded staund bet seek. , . a ,e ImttnOi ri Ob Wedayaaay aoc. the at .V-f Joseph 4wtl lnlral atreet, F.igbteeata. Ward wa aet on Ite an evetamed. A bavs wxaibernedtoeBMta, azrl w4;uui anlatbor wU-eiaw dstr-jred. .. . - i-i-t a- JV f FtNttmrnrTht neglect of the preeer outborttlee U pay thpllcmM tie city subject theeaaoera t eery greet inooavealenne. aad ia many Inatanoe has predated much dtotret. None of the oxl'vn, we are aforrvd, have been paid since Deriibei, nor have they bees aWe to get their monthly warranto for tba last two months. If thev hadl the wair.nl a. manv eaulal Bnaaa, at. Hngeaieata through which eon an Bright be rabtd, but as the eae now stands, tb-y can neither get ths pay from tbeclty, or the erldencei of the city's Indebtedaeae to them. Thireare many good aBdeOt.-lent tmoerawho go to ued at Bight without meats to puruta. a loaf of bread for their ftmlllea; and we beard of one eate, yeaterdiv, where an orBeer. hla wire and nhlld avaM na,pa. pelltd to go without food until a neigh '-or provided wnwaiLivrntnii, to mia lcaiance in nus btnd acd fatlter It known to be a sober and indui-ttleus ansa li.d beeauseUie aulbtrltiee rejuaeer nertleet to pay th debt of tbe city, thl family, Ilk tuny others, art left la a starving ooadltlea, dtft.tral. Jamea Ridnwar. a It 17 m.m ae, fell fiom a aoaflold la Fraakliu avenue, yec p,...j uBiKBwv. an .iDiuorr. " JAs riwipur,- at the Arch, la diswlai overflaw-Ing bosaes. It la beauiluily put on the atair. and la highly apruauded during the neifecmaace. TArewiswterrf'of Rtcsntet fti;H,rari, MtrcA -l.M.41jaP.M,48iOP.M,5. CawoiK Artaiaa A Bwrglsr Fatltd Afew evenings since, an sttempt was made to enter th rear or ine nac Mere or mr. Ttiu, la Federal street. Mr. Tltns wat a reused by the noise, end. nmnarpA for a rch visiters, repaired to the spot, when the burglar took to flight, wisely leaving hla errand Bnarormpllsbed - fealBftffa RnntantMBBB m T-.. -h , ... tne body of an Infant a few days old wat Itae-j from a well, where U was thrown whea alive. The mother his been ariested, and astrea Is mad for the alleged father. . Waat thb Aataaicaa Navy Baa Dokb As it I deemed aa easy matter la England te crash Ih American navy from the ocean at ane fell swoop, It seems to ba proper to show howdlfltoalt that task waa in 1811. Tha following Is t list of ship of wax and British merchant van el captured by Americans during tke war of 1HU : K'fj Bhipt. . Gtmi. Oriare' . jjuarrier, lriaele.,.'..,.4 fmaiitutioo, Ineaie. ' Maoeduiuan,do.........4 Ur.ned Htates, do. Ja do..,... 4 ConatitulKHt, Oo. A new frtaae....c to iveatruyed ia Caeadn, rnniv, bwt vvaassauxn. Alert .....Bl f;Mi. - 1 xer .19 Vnerprta. 'aaonek. J Hornet, , ---J l feaeook. ....40 Wna ..J Watp. -I KealniiadinMolii!. fc'perviw Peindaer A vnt . 11 or roe . . Cyan...; Levant.. ..-ii oaaiuntioa .l . Do, . ... Hornet. . , ..'..!0 Ipaos'iir. ....4 IToatrlant. . ' - einuia. , pominiam Hilhllier. Laura II IHIlaant. arivmce-w. St. 1 awrenoe..... ..IA Chaaaeur, do. .do CnaatitaUa. I Perry, privateer. ... 0 Tom, do. ' " ' -.10 llalkw. . do. reawe. ........... Paetun . . . , Townaiieua Erne. aoeraii. .. ..... 4 rtrren, do, ' . II Saratoca, dn. ......in Tax. do. i.sii , . . .14 ) Taken hy Com. AloDaa . 11 ( ou.li 011 lake Chaniplain, iloriiaua.. .apwin onhdeoo. iaet. hrnn.... . mob , 1 tnit ...... .10 1 t rlotle..,..,.71 ueen Chart lionW;::::!. r'"" LiUle Belf...7... ,1 . Cliippa.. ......., II . Caieuoaui CI Dukeof (ilouostr.....l4 .. Melvule. 14 Taken by Cum. Chainoef Jolis. .31 on ivk Ontario. Omwler. HI IV aney.... Take on lake Hutoa. Th f UowDig British packet can led about tea guns each t Prinoe AcMphna..... Gov Mclean. Phnoaaa Amelia . Roaaii. any rrvrt Eniprea A nnoonda. wary Ann (.or. Tompkina. fi.nohrater,r:r.'r.:v:Vorhwn- little Cethrine. .-.., Herald. ' rrinoets lixb h.,,.,, .Harpy. Do. do. ...... JlmMioa. ' Ladv M&rv Pel ham Hems. .Vmdior Caati. ,. ,. . K cater Swallow Dux of Montrose.. rresiaent. Do. Kaaex. friffXte. riooton In all 36 vaaae s - osi 1 ua 1. Merchant ships. 3s4i brig. 010; schooners. 080 i stoops, I3S 1 varans classes, io capture, 760 DiBsm x.ar veesett, carrying rrievgunn 10 ibis is to ne aaaea xv veeiei ot war psai ar wreck or otherwise, earning about 600 guns, and wa have aa aggregate of xnM vessels, carrying 0077 Tai Foi.lt abb AaaoeaRca or toa Etc. olish Wab Pais The Liadoo Morning Pest haa a long article which, for arrogance tad lnse leno towaida thla country, and oool, deliberate misrepresentation, exeetds any similar recent dla-gracefal ebullition of the English pre, and that ia saying great deal. The article, u aocouat of Ua folly, would not be worth alludtagto, eiept aa It represent the tone of feeling among a certain class of the English public, who ar Its readers. It contain one suggestion, which is, however, full 01 import, it rays, artet denouncing the oovem. ment and people of tho United Bute as filibusters III now especially lndlspens ible that France and England should concert a declaration and I course of notion bearing especially on these fill, buttering expeditions. The Monroe doctrine which Insolently assumes that no SUM of Europe, Whether poeeeaeing eolonlea aid tenltorle in America and the West Indiee or not shall have a right of ln:eifeilng wllh the State and Territorlee cf that Continent la the Oral thins-to be dealt wiih In tee oonfp-rences en this poluT That doc trine haa been put forth In vaporing add'essessnd Stale papers addressed to the population of the Valtrd States, bnt never yet has been declared as a prlnelp' of action in her diplomacy. It is ae dirt cliy offensive, that every Brat of Europe would be warranted In regarding the odlcljl announce-ment of any Intention to act upon such a principle as a declaration of w r, and In dellve'lng pass- pmt io mm BnioBfleaaors 01 in uniiea Estate, ia token of the eiupentlonof further diplomatic la tercoune. Those States that have possesstins la the West Indies, or oa the Continent of America, should sgree to adopt lata course, and make R known that they are resolved to do eo ; for It I absolutely necessary, aa a preliminary step to any protest or action agalnat lubusMring, to deal thus with this assumption. If America were permitted to denv f Euronean natlona a Vi Im In the affairs of that continent, the Hsht of remonstrant airaintt Allbuaterlng, or of asking explanations even, cease. Bui how deal with filibustering T If oen. Ini d i lead expeditions, there is no meaas of eounteraclion, except by employing ag-nts and tendeilngadvice and assistance te ihe parties at tacked. Tbe manner and eitent of any nation's reeurt to such meaxs must, of course, depend oa Its views of interest and expediency, but tbe right et ireeiy using cnem may re aecuirea oa general gtouuda, and that la all that can be done. Bnt In regard to expedition fitted eut by sea the remedy li raaler. Tne ship and steamers cti-veylng troops or materlala of ofiVnalv war, when there to bo deelaiattoa of hoatllllle between the reiptetlve governments, may be treated as pirates, and eelxed ae each Let England and France agree to authorise and direct their vessel, of war to detain and search every vessel employe d upon such expedition, and let ihem strengthen their squadrons so as t have vessels watching the line such expeditions must pursue, and they will beeff tuall stonced. And becau a the ileht of search will be th point upon which resistance would br made to each a ecbeme, and the Inconvenience ef oe term ton is ue groona lor opposing inat rignt, let a teal ot demurrage per hour b agreed npoa, regulated by tbe tonnage of tbe vessel stopped for search; and in cose sotnlng su pmions be found ea board to warrant seizure, lee the detained vessel have thi rlirht of 'Ulmlnir thla demurrage aa a rompenaacion xor ine loconvraiencje annerea. a scheme based on these pi Inclples might at once be concocted by the two ruling maritime powers of Europe, ua might then be communicated to other na'.lone for geuieial adoption. If resisted by the United E tales, te wheee veaaelt of war, ander eommiteioa, equal powers would of eon re be conceded, the ri aaoa would be mt attest it could only be te seen re immunity to filibustering vessels, nnd npoa that Isaac tbe States Ind orderly Government of Europe mast be prepared to tnaltt, and carry out their scheme to the last extremity. Tne question I similar to Its appeal to the moral sentiment and pacific dispoaltloa of nations, to that of the a'ave trade, which England has spent se much blood and treasure la suopressing. Let the measures taken against filibustering be of tbe aim character. . Gbbat Dxcaaasa o ExtieaATiex to ran Ubitbb Biatbs. II appear by paceot rr ports mad to Ceegieoa that tbe Bomber of ptmengers who arrived from foreign port la the Vailed State, during 1S3S, wa OO 470. The yea pre. vioae it wa 460,474, or twice the number of tost year- Tke war la Europe ha probably mack to de with tb daoliaa of eanlgratioa, ae serious a to affect the Alpplng Interests and the markets. The' proacriptloo sgtot foreigner Is a atlB mora aetive cense. At the rate of hut yearw drcllne, there wiy be ae neceealty of ptaatBg ary tows m-atnetlve of emigration. The Near York Post, eommratlrg ea that faet, aaya: " It will be observed that tbe lrtret diss of emiranla who a'rlve in the United B'atea, are be. twet a the ae f to and IS yean, ar d, a tbey are principally wrecking, men. at a period ef lift tost deelrabat tor tb Internets ef a country where labor la in sa much decnaxd aa ia oar. Thla also h a time of life whea tbe mind to still tea-ha-hie; I ia tbe time whea it begins to turn Its attention to politic il question and to oeanprahend tb practical effect of levlaUttoa. At this perlsd, th doolie ef ell that knowledge which haa a Imm. diet retatioa to the right and la'ereau of the la dividual la suit eager, aad when that knowled? 1, aeotdmrly, meat rapidly acquired. It Is a eurlooa effect of this great ey.tera of emlgratlea from the old world to the Bew, that te Ihe ld Wor d I allotted th period f their weak aeee, and to tbe aew that of their strength Europe defrays the charges at their Infancy nd eaaletceace, and Ameih-a reap tbe braeftiof th-lr matured vtirm ia hewing derw her foreatt. tilling her '"da, building her cHiee and foblle eeliOce, dlxglnj hereeaaJaaidcoottnitirg hexrsllwar- Thee-d world teaches them te toll ; tae new labee then at tbet mewh-n th mind Oral W-rrlaa to ocwa to poll I leal keowtedic. sed tetebee taeea their ao-lltlee. Bich U one of 'he rean Its of tke e wnrllstieee ef tbeatatltt'oian, e beatim; the policy of dta-eorl tlie emii-t'l-n of fhehuaiaa race from totbVol rd8laie." p - , Paoorir. N, Y The anawal aatarle nf City Ofbcl-larf BmokUn, ft . Y , amount to 0o 470 TU total vnluvli-n of pmpertr wtik'n the' tt LuDiia, to I MllatjbA, , . . t PRICE ..ONE :VEX&1 Ceireatpvadfaoe ef the pnbiraledjrw.j ' ' ,, jLKiTAJi rson wAHineTt!, - ' ii. . . WaiBOtr.ot, March oth, laH.I . Tb senate to day, by a larea mtlorUy, concur. red la lb Drlnclnle aa Well aaiabllalieBl kV JiulLa. t-WoTyanj'chancoUor Keht.lhat a Sexto has no ngui 10 suneraoa i ine aualiacattoae reunlied by the Federal Const Itutioa tot a Senater aad K et -re al niauve, and declared Lyman Trumbull enUiled w tne seat ne w now holding. Thl derision remove all Impediment la 11 way ef Mr. Kennedy, the new Senator from Maryland, taking hla seal whea wovaiaor Pratt' term expiree, aad will likely result la the rejection by tba House ef Tas-aey, who Is eialrclng Mai shell's seat, and Fewke, Who Is claiming Trumbull' vacant aeat la that brdy upoa like grounds. Mr. Tnimbu 1 Waialte elected to the House, but atver claimed admission there. Yet, straag to y, while h 1 oMcding u Setalor hla name la being eaU'd daily In th Uorja. if th Govern or of Illinois to too verdant to know ihtt there I such a vacancy from hi State, the House will Inform him of ft ia a few dsjs. ' Th Commlttfe on Kectlonj today reperbd, ttuough Mr. Hickman, agalnat asking for power to wnd for persona and papers la the Kant at eon-tested cieetloB ease. Mr. Etepbeas,of Beergla, 1 shrewdly aaoendfd the roetram and read his mU norlty report, as If ba were making a 1 peach, lor u'Ps of glvtog 11 4 fltot- Tai waTacoom-pushtd.aathe SMlratt wat aottrlklng bet wee Ihedryfoimal leading ef Mr. Iltokmaa' report by the elerk aad Ike aratortcal deliver ef the other, that the ea sea reel y made ait imoressloa, where the ether we listened toetirrrly eaaWtteo-tlvtly. The con test an the resolution take niece to-morrow. , Polillcallv oetwaed aa tha Raiia la uik.lt. mlnlttratlon, the blr tterlng and Bteoarlng attitude of John BuU will eaua a favorable reaponae it Part to th anggastlon ef th th PiMlduL, The naval aad M Hilary Committee are aow buaily en- the' iea ex aminlng into Ih lea aloapa ef war bill , and we,Bw,ipiweipropTaiioB otu, ana it Is aetko! pted luat Ihey wUl very aooa be leperted to the The tone et the National latalllgaocee on th inblect ef Eaullsh and Aanaiiaaa ,.1bilp. i. ... citing a great deal of surprise, and meets wUk but !. a; VVI4VbI VbBIbSB IM vimgTCM, ,, VAMpKR ; . l or th Public Ledger " ' 1 Th War ia Aassia, aad th War la Phila . . delehlo. . . , . . Mis tat Kattoas t 1 clip from the loaunolive column of yoaur paper thr luUewlng:- "Taxation in Retatt, A eoirmiioBdent af 1 1. ai .ai t I,... . , . . ... . t1 - ' tpwiiy avBvvruaer, wrrctag from Horn, says thai eeverai Ruselaa Nebks, wh leslde la that clly, declare that full Atr per rent, ef th Inoom ef their class Is arprjrswtoted hi 'their Uovwrameat for oarrylnf a the war." a Now, If the eovorebTBa snT ear ait, arka mwA the above, atop to make the eakeulailoa. thaw mat arrive at the com luaioa that taey are appropriating lull u much e their uawmeaxiut eariyiegeathe w. ,b una vucir Bwiivv uy -, 10a wa wtgaa gainst oaby the tu gatherer; to pay far pallc, !". eswemg axreeu ia u rural aw net I SI- CnsesotCeuBclla,fce Thellat might be exteaded deOaltely. ... . , , - Ueduet lb aew rata o S M oa the haadred and tbeexnease of renalta. water mia. . .a how much of out real (stale will pay more than M P cent, of It Income lo lls owner 7 Mot amah of mine. Tbe R net it a noble 1 Roane reed aot eompiaui. I IK Ameriraa eoverek'sa la fhlUdet phla area better ad la the wav or tatea , Aferel. Let ua look aberp after ear elty fathers, see to their ordinances and sAstr fratriett, nnd be trauy is niaiaiaia our mtoreau with oar votes, , A Sdbscbibib o rax Lbsobb, an - . :" ' On r rn Taxxp. ' For tb Pablto Ledger. , , . tlty Passenger Rallreade. ,j I noticed tour article U favor of City Pasemgef Rallroads, la this morning's piper, and indorse every wotd It reevmmends. I a s notice Ihe pnk-lished proceedings of a meeting held at Twelfth and Spring Oitdea etteete, oa Monday evening last. In opposition to the same. Now, Mrstn, Iditors, at I am a pretty extensive property owael on Ihe propoeed route. I wish to Inquire through th medium of your paper what the grounds Sf op. position to If are 1 didn't know of the meeting, or should have attended It without fall. I htv btea of tbe opinion ever iIt this entorprlae lint starud. that at leatt three fonrtt of then II vine or 1 wi.lng pro; eity on the prpesed mute would be dreldrdly la favor f the lir provement. I hivs h-srd of one peltloa being clntulittd agUnat the S ropes, d rotd, but as fee as the atgne'a were nown, were all persons who were directly et In. d rec'ly Interested la the omnibus built es I hop, Mean's. Edltora, the friend, or thla werw Imp tant Improvement will beettr tbemaehrf for fear a few Interested parties will by active exertlona give a false tone to public opinion and defeat thla very important enterprise J.H.B.- BCIinCE, ART AND P1BCOTEB.Y. ' Pnooxxsa or AtTiowoMiCAt 8 .latere V. venty five tebrs since, the only planets know to men of iclence were the same which were knew to tbe Childean shepherds tttenaands of years sgo, Between tbe orbit of Mars and that of Jupiter there occurs an Interval or no lea than three k nnd red and fifty million rf -miles, In which n planet was known to rxbt before the cAinrnencement cf the R resent century. Nearly three centuries ago, th nmoital Kepler had pointed eut mmetblag like regular progression In thedltttnceef tbe planet attars Mara which waa broken In the ease of jupiier. Being nnsble te reo molls the actual state of the planetary system with any theory he could form reapectlng It hebmided theoJ. tare that a planet really existed between the orbits 01 rears ana Jupiter, and that Its smallneee alone iirvvriiira 11 irom neing visiote ti astronomers. But Kepler soon rejected thl Idea st improbable. Nxw Atin I'axrtrr. litvitTioir. Oee'a Pelf, reeding Tiempirent Lnhrlcttor, or Oil Cup," it one of tbe last, and, if a ten days' teal may be allowed to epeak, It It one of the most useful novelties cf the present year its use is in supplrlnr All I- II..-'.. 1 'Jll -I blocks, As , Just a 1 It Is needed, and at the time when It la neeeeA. Without a contrivance of this kind the engineer can only judge thit oil Is nerd-d b; tie working of thtmacnlnery, and I anpply. tog It h it altogether In the dark.nnable to regit, late the quantity with any certainty, or to acrtala bow much still re mains In his oil cup. All these things are provided for In this patent, and our engineer report to ut a saving of from o-e qnirter to one belt of the ell formerly required Betides the saving, he haa the aatltfactioa of teeing jut hew faat the oil la takm, and how much at any time remains In the cup lYtw Yerk S. Explosioms ay Hxarao Nuax. In a memoir by Dr. Robert Hare containing series oftavee llgatlooe lelatlve to the exflosjon which miy be vt.uLfun. vv neacpfi nure, ia eonnec'ioo wit car-bonace Mia mat 'or the author ooowa, by nnmereua experiments, tost exploaioo rf a violent kind oaa be produced by forcibly bringing Into contact, at a high temperature, nltie. at.d aubttance of aa In-flammable eharacier. Dr. H. else treats ol the eemboatloa f (unpowder under different elreum- Bianvea 1, Impbovimkut ib GtaHanT. By A mam B. Thompson, of Springfield, Etlectmnty, Pa This Is a method of making a aeamleataaci coat out of a alagle piece t f clo'h. 9 y a f-w change to the Uo p aid to'tont the ga ment mty be imnvertrd inluncloas, wd then Into another foriud ira. ment called a talma Tbeee ebingea are all made with rap'.dl'y. On niece of cloth Is thuaeiui-d to serve several different p triiiea. Tbe expenae is no greater tbaa lot aocnimoi tck coat. Stie H Ac deasrteaw. Hibmiro A tristTc. By S. P Cbapla of new 1 otk city 1 bit contrivance I n s'ttch-ment to sewing machine, and luohjact Is to fold evertbeedgeaofihecL.th Into th proper eonril tloa for hemming, wh'le tbe cloth 1 being fed Into the machine There a re a n ret t nnnyipeiies uigarmenia ana arciciea maae ov toe aia or sew- Inn machine, on ro tltna of which some hem miiig Is reqnlrrd. The Invention here noticed I espibie of a variety ef application, and ia a highly useful improvement SerenitAc A in tries. DltroriBtxs IX ELicvirriTv Tho Bctentlli. American thinks that we mutt be oa the verge of ame new ana grrei aucoverie in electricity. Aa to Its capaeiiy aa a substitute fur steam and other motive agent tne editor says that though attempt have been mad in tkt direction, It ha not been able to compete with s'eam in fa eeenom'cit point wi pw,l. iiu uimuj emcuiipce 10 ore 1 come oa- turn h can. A RaMABiABLS Miania TaiAhtit PanxKTi vAXU-TDe Corrlran murder trial, la Wtt. xoorelxnd county, Pa., IsYne et the moat reenttk- bl that baa occurred la this country sine the 1 , . . . . ... . . . "" xoKssor iveoewx ana rarkmaa case, at Bxton Corrlgan I an old mi a, of some sixty or seventy year of age Hla wife d leap peered on the 41th of September, laat, and ha never been beard foot since Fear or five dar sfier, tome bones and Kit of a skull, deelared by profotlonol me to be e of a human being, we're found by aome neigh -bora la a (arte fi-e which had been burning near Corrltan' residence, In the open le d Corrlgan had been observed stirring it, st annsual bears. A smell came from toe fire lite that of an animal carcass bnrning A button a'mllar to thee wo-a open a woman a night drea was found la the Ire, aid ala on; be'onging ton maa. Considerable blood wis foupd In d drreat parts of Corrlgan's koi.se. although evident attrmp'a had been made toeawoealit. Ail af the wcHnaa'adreaaee that she waa ksown to have were found al boon, to their Banal pltee. This indicated that she had at goo away voluttarlly. . A paraoa awaalag Corrlgaa's bwse, ea the Bight sue was laat aero, beard acramnit eorBilag froealil J natter. A aled, kivlnr marks ef bleed, we mind aear the hooae, with Ir.eks skewing that tt bed been evidently dm-eed to the Bight Urn, by a horse, sear to tbe fire where Ihe booe Were found. Corrliraa and h-a wife, who It d atone, were knows to quarrel- He give bo aUafactory rxpleaaUsa of any of Ibeee cliraanstaaee. Hi prete eds ibat he gave hla wl'e meoey to g U Phi I.aplnhla wllh. and that Ih iMue found In Ih lie were old banes, sorapeal op ia rnbbiah which - be was bora lug ea hie farm, jtnai that la reoderrd Imr-ripbtbee by tbe eweag . aaimal ssne.ll which a me Irom fh Are. After trial ot serernl day, aad tpe rhea both ft a d against the prHnrirr by able eoaaaeL he waa eenvV ltd ef murder la tbe first degree and seateaeed to be hang. No bedvwa ever found or Went, tied aa that ef ba wife The elrcnm-atanee are aneh a we km? Mated. . oB.upp.-Bi'i.noe ire jary was. I-oaO th en decew, that Ce.nl: a. had murdered hi wife, the rvned bet bedy to the fi-e toavhk h tb bsnee wrrr fotind, r pel the tied that was lying aear hi fTBi.w-mv. 1 or etrp-om-'sic-s seem io oe scetef In that direction.. T, e d Ir-pbaltlea the murderer mail c f tbe bod y U ci utt Uon i bl alre'-et s much so aa preieawr Web-rr. who. H will be r5el. lee led, out up tlie bode ef hla victim tai pieces, and the burnt them la (rate ts bis roevea. -Hut la thai eeae Park m.V. bdy wm MenrlttBd, which weaaaattbe feet here la t.Ws trial, wbiofc baeiwe- su: gnat anuaUy D w i. JJ rMn-ayivWaua., 5... --i.rr 4(1 s "1 " v T I s 1 .1 . 1m at mm - a ts .,-r t 1 ; s a s. . 1 -lv--w A - aria (a 'want'' axoaore.. Z tp,ina. i-UBveiL ' - AdvertiseroeaiiB moat ae reoeiretl by te'oiock V.'sj, ' Palia. ""fl 'ea .hellwr., D,leir. bCc& for improvement tn th ooattrueUeu .1 : Klj IT.- le. lUf tw-Davld Matthew, ef PhBadetJSl Pa . for ImarevBxneat In enar a .ppb.p. V. r1 pal eat, Dee list, into. ' HPa ' Tbb Rtsowar Cts - The Oaawer WelBBi fnojts that the Imporlal Court of Paris, oa imi by Meears. D Valmy aad De Levy, haa aaraaaa lb jadgaaeat of tho Civil Tribttaai of tbe ttetoe! deciding ttat Mra. Kidgway. an Ajrawloaa lady. 1 entitled aa heiret to on thlid ut ika ...- li thUteDuebet de Plslsence. Mr. Rldewsr'a ' bare will imoaat to about 9t)tm. TkaDach-ea d Plalaoae wa. Itiirnewr. Hwduki.. tba late M. aad Mm, de Warhol, aad th Utter. if I 11 -r-B-- w.. . . - 1..- , .,..., Tbb Pacirto Wbuo riaar-Whllaev' ' Whaleine'. Lltt, DabUaaed at Hweluln.Saed- Sf !?:?f?-,SlU' et the a vera re aew- aroraa a a mvm Itf. T1H nf, WmlMrl U dtyATal Ih fkMAT. been 101 barrela epfiu and 1L110 lb, 5 wee'aad b grand total tohea by the MaSSZ reported, la Ut beta whale aadlTutlO -Iba. of bone. Other rtaeel havaVl b h.pT Ivory aad akin, aod whale have never bona a Bumeroui ua in north Facias aa thai aea.ua.. ., . Sioi Rio i Yaia, CoiLBB4a the 'Rsxt of the 3d lnat , number of the studenta of Yale College, New Haven, ConsecUtuJ, ktviaar a njelga agalnat Mr. Ftake l. Brewer, tutor loTae CoUrae, sttaekrd the wladaws of hi room with brick and 1 tones, breaking the aaakee aad eeaae of the ftirnltara. Mr. Brewer attempted to arrest noma of tha itottre. but wa knocked do wa aad erloualy lnjuied wllh a cUub. Aa UvtMlxaiiea waa ordered for Friday, 7th lasL, . kTT . Wiatbibib fLoatba. Fkvridarwperatoeak ef the deUghtful spring weather, xraay of tbe earlier leaved Iree a being already clot bed In Uvtog green. The Alligator Advertiser aaya r-"Ta5. cropping teaaoa Is fisl erprcavhlng, and wear ' ptaatera ar getting ready for It. il l saw teld ef eora elan ted iwa wmke ami - Vh ...! bBrrnlasr ef tb weed ha loot eamahasond. an tm ' -4 i"Ppe Pirtof tbecouniy ths nutL't t Uarxrujh. ly beunttT. .. . u ; .-, ,..,", "lri".'"T--Tb Iblp Astorlsa. Captoia Gay, from New Orlraa., arrived at Llver-pool oa lb lOtk ultlme. Oa everbaollng taaaklp, ' tb ca.toma searehara f-tuutawauiBUa, .1.1 u.. coaled la th boatswain' buak, where eh bad "oi'i's; ite vovage. nnxaowa te asy !I Jll? !i!!riT"? -tVti a A reward etfltouo wee offered at New Urleana fat the glrVa apprent nalo . . .-.s. ,. . , , t. BmetLAB ExeextaTiosjft vwiael lately toft Baa Fraaeiaaofor China, having an a Bert of her oarge an ks ndred and aerv eaa, aotitala-ns tb bodle. 1 of dead Chlneae. Thl la explalaed Inlhia way : Chlmae speouUtora hire large bed to of men In China te woik In the miaee of Callmr. nla. The bodle of those who die there are takea boca. to prove te those from whom tbey were hired tbaf their sertoewra at aa end. A Dbcipxb iBpaoriMiBT. TheTbalwafka of ITT , . . . ' anam m "a aiirely f wlr. It 1 said that they aot only p-ewnt a fin appear-sac, but ar very straag aad drtrabl. Aaadvaa-- tare which the etui 1 am eeanw warka. to thai la e a a heavy era sksald kaansa to Waah the deck, the water will diaaooear laaoaaT dlalely Instead of remaining on boa. d. a Is the case with the wooden. Nicaac.yABoRoi.-TheBaa FratcupceVoal I Ileiald has area a speclmea of a bead,, Mrtavei and lltbograpbed to that elty for the tn of the ge-verrnmenl oflMlcarafua. It area of the latain. tloa of eotbotaad dollars, aad waa axaraite on laebeuk Mt paper. It waa embalilabed with a fin engraving of Virgin Bayi head ot Waah- Inirton 1 an American eaale. aad iluw aiMnn emblematic of commerce, ttc, ;.4 T. , , , Light Boct IB Austattu A new fevolv. tag bright light, was to have bee established about 1st ef January, r?S0, oa rrowbridVe Island, ' Bt Vincent Bnlf. South Australia, about f 0 fee above tb level ot the are, visible-from the ship', " b ia wioar wrainrr, eoout i mtleo. 1st 11 prat- bb bbww wivwaravl. j. ,p:,rj.., e, 1 1 fc. Fbabci Bvrtxa Btaasisaira AJato Earlltb paper tsys 1 " Oa Batardsy the parehate waanaxda ot tb bonetBl Betew Steam Shipping Compaay. of the Jasaa, Indiana, Colden 1 laeos, Cautta, Argo, (,neen of the South, Ilydaapea, and Ltdy Jocelyn einounUng, we beau, to aeaify .0 uu. We believe this to be the large st puiehate of shipping ever made In on line.'" , - . ' StiLiiee ob tbx let A ormn'ndeat of the , New York Journal of Com metre, writing from Albany, seya : " lc boats ea the Hsdsea are aald ' to oatettlp the car. They are twmasea mil. bomta. oa two saai p rnnnan.llk skates, aad earry one Diat, aloop fashioa. Tbey will beat agalaat th wUd as easily aa a boat la tb wa'sr, aad they will ina folly and even sixty miles aa hour," , Valoabli Ditcovxai AbedofflMpsreetala clay haa recea ly been found Bader a stntura of brtek rlsy, on tb land ef the Rev. Mr. Bsyley, near Wilmington, Del., within mU ef I hie water, Some beautiful ware ha been manafae-tnred from thla clay, wktck la aald vo be the swly bed known la Ihle latltade, exeept aoe whloh ex-la ft at New Loadoa, Chester County, Pa. . ., . , Tna Hoe Tatn. Thembe of bogs packed at Barliaatoa. Iowa, tb Dt aeasoa. to 47 Joe bud. tb aurnber elauj blared and ebipped lOpHW, aad the anmberof live hogt shipped 40,1,00 mak- "a " vraua wtai 01 ot,n u, againai xv taw la l rear. At Ckatanooea. Ga . thla aeaaon. 10 000 held al boge, averaging 000 pounds, were packed. unto Toaacco A ststrnvnt wu made la Oat Claclnnatl (Ohio) Chamber of Cemmeroe, reoeat-ly, that, within a circuit of eette sliry or eeveaty mils la Ohio, 1 mo oun lbs of bit tobaeee wa ralW annatlly. andta? thlslOu torn wwraaeat to ixiniaviiie laat )ar, whUeaboat la too earns to CinclniiatL , . -,.,( ., , Tibbbssxb Wixa Cant. Campbell, residing . war 11 ib, lean , D'cnxnotei 1 from no hundred end Ifiy vlnee ot the Cahewna grape, Ivselve barrela ef wlae, sousLInc ahewt four hundred gallons. Three or four gentle around Knoxvllle have eemmeaced the eulUvaltoa of the viae In good earnest Btbbi Px MAawrirrvaiRs. Atareceattrld la Pa'la. betwvea a ateel nea dealer mt thai aire nd Messrs. Hint fc Wells, tbe manufacturers, of Blrmlneb.m. It was atatcd that In tba whole World theie sre but fenrwea maaafaciawrs ef sleel pens, and Ibat nine ef them are el Birm tag-bean, liur at Bulogaai-Mer, aad - Paris. tbbaoitt et Lira ib a we oaa. A aweae a the farm of Jamea Bdd, near Peenhwrto. N . J ., was missed la tbe enow storm of th S'.h alt. Search eras made, but wltheol avail, an til lAalar-day, Oth Inst., when gooaey waa dUcevered la a l.rge bank of mow, alive, aad apparently oatov. Jurrd by Ua five weeks' imprlaoamtnl Loii or to RoTBirniLM .-Ite rtebrated banking k-use of the Rethschllda loaned during tie part year, f MSOUOW. aa fnUows; Eaghad, S-0 ts oo rurktey. Ote.WO 00O; Bardlata BIO Oto.fuo; Antfrla. 0 1 40 ,000,001.; Bwala first loan, 400,410; Rustle, aeeead leaa. OMIO OOO.WOj KngUad, oa exchequer bills; 1',6 out). - oar Mon Cotioit axe Hr. Bam, a soap manufacturer In New Orttsns, Lt , ba Bjaaufae-tured anew ai tlcle ef loap, made from eottoa teed; It Is purely vegetable and ha tb sam properti Cm tile soap; th color hi dark, for tb re that It I made from the dirtiest portion f the Sard. It le sold t tlx cent per pjund. A Nxw Cot i Diror An Immense oal hosto la building al Trenton, N J . intended aa a grand depot for the le-shlpment of coal, which will ba brought direct from (be mlsra, via Belvider Dels ware Railroad, and thence shipped to New York and the Eastern markets. . . . Tbb Choljba ix Pobto Rico -OSdal la-format on haa btea received at the Department ef fettle, that Op lo the Stub, of January toe bed bern 13 441 rates of cholera ia Perto Btre, aad SS77 deaths, of which UK ease aad 1OT death occurred la Ike clly of ot. Joans. . EvaaiTT abb Stobt Edward Ktwsw wa atwrtslnrd at a public dhtser befave let rial Baa-ton. Judge Story gave as a antiaaat Uesal a Everett reerpwdV ' Uw, eajalry and JarWBra-denoe ; bo etTuit caa m se them bv so Star." CaBBiraL TlB st MaBBiB -Ameog the anoot brUH.nt balls give drlng the Vale earrttvai aeaaoo at Madrid, re these ortb Miq Tr-got, Mlalsterof Prance, Lord Hewdea, MtohMer cf kagtand, and fieneml Dodge, Mlolster of they United rta'es. - - v . 1 ' ' lMaioaariea to Txias Iromtgratloa -tlBuee to peer Into Tnaa In a atrady stream. A gentleman wae recently rem-Bed from lb West-era part f 'h State, iy tht he ennme ited five thooaand alave oa the road, toro'ber with leaf trains ef wagoaa, sad aunvroua families. Vaar lerpxa Dxatb Oa Snardav. Vik Oil.. . aa Mr Joseph Young, was allllag ea a stamp aeat hie residence, la Ciiatles county, Md . read lag a fsllcy af iaasraare, he luddealy eimplalaed that la tlgl t wa failing, fdl frora his aeat, 14 oa. fired la leaa tbaa half aa bout. . .; DxsTtecrrirB Fiat. Oa the 17th alt. two Wareboeaesard a dwelling erere eeesarrted by fie .at Coppaiaa Creek, FuHoa e-puaty, lillnoet, arUh their lentoats, enealatlng of t rain, park, wklakay, Ae , Bteaaa ef which waa tboaibt lo be Inaared. The less hviuppoaed toheahaul 8140,000. . . , Dbtbctiv Cextt-Aneattea - tb toth ef December mat, a (re at Raagno, )uea h, e-etreyed ' brkk wrarehnvm, 1-0 limber kaoaaBr Bad orB bamba dwellings The toae, itiniid at Xl'.O tt, W1U tall Bpoa Ecropeaa hooae, prta- . eipaUy. , I IaiatesDrsTrB.Blitt' wrVdsUla 1 ,4uu HOl.ial lid mtle fnvn O-e en, . A ray ef ; light from Stilus, traveiiire ,.'" ' bea bJ, wood repx-h t ' ' 1 ! - - H I", . yet It 1 ti aearti t Coartiaxarvo I F' r'o la New Vetk who ao ..'-i !' br bcaie, , l.-l -d him t met i- .a prnU Bf i(il 'I ar'l ou , i i-LTi', aitheA i o- m k -ad - J? 'J. ' " ' " ' " ' alet.AfW Yen. Teaeeoet, The Marlborunth (VI ) set , veer lit'l u baeoe ia rrac y la 1,. ailp tbtpaa'ai iw market, in eo-. aerrre areatner betog aataearai.ts ti . packlrg. w - Rawrecs Paattwsa On T a 0 he at lJiitiviiie, Kv . 1-1 Ifa.ia. cf 111 j;w, aa bee'i-" r . oa eerpints, it y , tx iml I 1 i e;r 4 ud uat totter wa - f - Jto it m' . "-.-. . WAflta.i'";-. - ' ; " ' .. " to Pnreylvtnlan tor w-vj yBtB. . i4'iii?KI7l.,!I,?,'rr"t es!" !- fr ' - ipWBir.e wiB airar war niinieta, wa tare daugh'er " '"'Be moawoxei oar an ueya, y raaylvalai udMra Rldgway to tltegraaddaughtew.f Thaw! biv, awiBi uaiaia n uiiam mbam u 4 .A e. - - i Z ::Jt pp.-.

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