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   Davenport Daily Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1861, Davenport, Iowa                               DAVENPORT DAILY GAZETTE. SANJD-bUlS PUBLISHKKB. OFFICE BKADY STKEET. VOL. VII. DOLLARS PER YEAR. TUESDAY JANUARY 1861. NO. 63. UllBTflJ S .V E IIS TEBMS OF BUBUOKll'JIOW oeata pur payablo to ilnll iiid po.t-olBoo ptr uiiuum Jdynbleln advaueo. per In advanoe. THBMB OF ADVBKTISIK8 As upon by tba Davonport Associated Onodsy I 00 Two 00 BIX 00 Two week's______3 Oacyaar.iworinnno IS 60 1'tiroo wecsT._____4 00 2 I 2S 00 JUrgvr ohar8cj at rule of S7.W for abova R not over Slo annum Aaage an .adiUowl Uoonu ror BtiuArc will b. toade. outs charged double tho samo dlmtniloia ol early sontrMts will bi underwood to t and all othei advortUemenw lent in oy to. AdverilsoBUnts not aocompinliKl with trrUton dl trill bo until forbid and charged ohnrsod for at tie rule of 16 ots ppr line or eight i-od spaolal nolloes at JO pts. rcr lino or SO cents a line per mot All notices for roliKlous and bsoavolftnt pj kind mliatsoei ol ordinary olco -irariie announcements of marriages death objrcod 2i cents per Advertisements from abroad must be paid forlnvft- r.aoly in adv-meo unless from approved agents Ooatraets for yoarly aUvertlfliQK termmible at Offt-on of tbpypajlny advancement of '15 per on the eoatraat price. Advertisements married to reading matter cent advftnoo of above oad kopt standing on first or suooaU pagj per oent. advamcon rtt- ai.-ir lates All must be paid for In nclvauco Allvertise-aenti In weekly on reasonable SASD.2KH fc W-ttlT It UO. II. mission SL fKomorly Burrows OXOE FOH WARDING AND COM11IH- i J 5lon and Steamboat Agent. No. 1 Burrows' ep'.s tf IOWA. Lf YURAPI.IC CEMJENT OR WATER LIME XJ. Joet received ou coDPiffUiucnt 60 oud for eale apl3-tr K. RECEIVED OK consignment n due lot of JOIIS DEERE'S Celebrated Itloline Old fur sale by K. M. PEETTTMAK. B W. CBisE. W. O. BJJirotD CBAME g tn BREADSTtJFFS. 524- bet. Main and Second. 5T LOUIS.....____...................KISSOoBI fobS-dtf _____________________ JACOB N C3 Corner of fJJE DAILY GAZETTE OFFIWAL PIPER THE CITY lt 1801 The Wa-renport Wai tho until yuJtorocently.thooaly pup- in the Btaio of Jovrn priuiod on u Steam Power Prei and tin circulation in the .urgent of aay in the State ddvurtlBorn appreciate drona amply testify. 1BD VBXELT. Now M. fc NUJ-W.U No. LOCAL MATTERS. KENEWISO LICENSES whole occu pations require a license are referred to tlic emphatic advertisement in to-day's paper by the City Marshal. PDBUC schools will re open on January Instead o as announced at the close of the last term. POET OPVICS are requested tc say tbat this institution will be closed from 10 till 6 o'clock. New V'car's THE BURTIS JIocsE HOPS of pleasant parties conies off to-ruorroiv evening Of course the subscribers Kith their fair part- ners wili be generally represented. COLD and -fiuuclay uero fextiernely tbe mercury on each morning ranging about ten degrees elow zero. Although io cold yesterday was delightful winter day. little sou of Mr. M. o lock who was injured bj the esplo- of a powder flask which bis mother hac him to play died on Friday mo No To-MonHOW. In order that 'jr. u. Viiiolcsnlc ami Retail oad a gecerftl aaiortmeat of Groceries constanilc on forealo for Cash. ITo. 12 Bradv nelt door tho Foat Offioo. JAS. AND FOKWAEDINO MEB- .To. 3 Burrows'1 AGEST FOK THE SALS OF S. It T. Fftlrbiwka 3. C. St. Co's Proof fit Ixjnl. Klrj fct. Louia Louisville lllinolct Sinew and Celebrated Gnomical Eraslva j. 3 Funily 1 Mon'.d dnulles. PET. March 1660. _________dtwtf Carpenters and Builders. WH. fiARPENTER AND V-'sbon on allcj rear of Poatoffico and Jf. wltbdlopatoh. IV. I.. RCH1TECT SUPERISTESPEST A of PoMic or Prlrate BnlMlrsi- Office on 54 l.tnr in Commercial S. E. corner of Brad J end Socoad Joira. inch 30-tf EDWARD S. Agent. P- P E S T E K. AND BUU.DEP J Coates It. cM ncine Hoare on Brady Si-_______. AT Hotels. SBW IIOrSK 4th A. Iowa Dm-restporti lc DAVIS fc Proprietors. FBEE OMXIBtJS TO ASP FROM THI CAKS.-OSce for Mou. Faro Oan Poilrir ppr ireg SO-dly J03S WHOLESALE AND 1. sid TaraiBcasJ' TAKCFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE J t Jl la Tarlrtyof Forcica Do- a.-rllc PA PBR- i-t. C. K- KRKT57-. TASCFACIUHEE AND DEALER IK J5X Jtna AXC OROAK MiKD- RETAIL KEALEBIN Oil TV TJVTrrrFACTOREBS OF fibOtJB BAJU connected with the office may have- an opportunity to properly observeNew Year's there will be no paper issued on Wedn day morcing. In the meantime we wish oar many readers happy New Pfionuce SHIMIBXTS. By railroad from bis station there has teea sent East during the past werlia 'barrels ashcls bushels oshels 40 tons 150 dozen 03 dressed 100 live hogs. To THE farmers of Scott acd adjoining we would there is DO belter lace in tho city to bny dry goods than at 'adsworth'a. stock is always his ooda of the best and bis prices as ow as the lowest. Farmers call and see him. B piece of pnbllilied on the inside of to-day's piper. It read before a Sabbath-school in this city some days and we publish it at the special re- quest of the ladies connected with the icbool. Do XOT forget friend Bobbins for wili keep open till 12 M. to supply hii friends nith clotbfcg and gents' furnishing all of which will be sold at the lowent cash prices. Remember he rejected Illinois money at West Second in connection with Farrand's hat store. A LEUOHS readers will flnci on tbe third page of paper a class of reading to ifbich we don't often treat indeed bave hitherto declined bnt onr advertising hu fallen of late so materially tbat we are obliged to accept tbe proposition to publish an occasional article like the one in question. BOI.I. dally we bear of the of articles taken from the premises of onr citizens after and it seems al- most impossible to get a clue to tbe thieves. Last Sunday evening come sleighs which bad been left standing in front of tho Presbyte- riaa during service were stripped off the bnfTalo robes left in and ID ooe in- stance the fcamps actually took the bells frcm cxf the horse. We suppose next lime thev will carry off horse and slrlgb and be fixed for having a good time during the win- ter. Tuesday aud Wednesday Mr. Gary will lecture al Wesley Chapel npon Electricity. On Thursday eten- be will lectcre oo tbe Chemistry of tbe or the Mutual Relation of Animal and Vegetable Life. These lectures will be Ulna Irated by apparatus and diagrams. Tbe ex- periments ia electricity will be bigblj enter- tairjinit as well as instructive. Of the last tbe Tintersoi JUhiamian were entertained by lecture on tbe Chemistry of the than wilh asy loctare on any subject for many DUTllICT COURT. JDDOB JOHN F. Presiding. II. Clerk. Dec. 31. Court met at 10 Judge Dillon occu- pying tba bench. The jury In tho case of the Gas-tight aud Coke Company rs. City of after beiucr out eight returned a sealed ver diet for the plaintiff of Counsel the defense moved for a now trial. Tbe mo tion orai and tbe case will be take to the supreme court on a writ of error. Judge Stone granted a new trial in tbe of Fitbian Tichenor upon ground that the writ of nnde which the delivery-bond sued on was given described Enos as defend while the bond recited tbat Enos was and tbat parol evi dence could not be lo correct or ex plain tbe variance. The remainder of the forenoon was taken up In arguing motions and demurrers. In tbe tbe case of Carter at an action on a promissory note was being heard before a jury. During the pendency of tbe the plaintiffs counsel asked for a continuance to amend. Court then adjourned until 9 o'clock Wed nesday morning. FESTIVAL Yesterday the children attached to tha Chris. tiau Sunday-school met in the basement of Chrittiau and bad a good time ueo- erally. After singing a hymn and tbey were for the space of ten by Elder the present Lor of tha after w hich they all milted in singing the beautiful etc. The report of the for the last was from which we learned that there had Been seventy-eight children lu and tbat he. larger ones among them had committed o memory over seventeen thousand verses of be several of them reciting as many aa from twelve to fifteen hundred each. Gift-books were then distributed among the each being presented with one. Af- er tbe aided by a number of gave especial attention to tbe rich vi- ands that bad been provided In profusion by he ladies of tbe congregation. It was a lappy and 6ne tbat in this church oc- witb. the annual recurrence of the last lay of the year. JIAKR-LED- On the Slit by the Kev. ISAAC Mr. P. of to Wti M. T. of tCis city. CO M M E R C I A L. MARKET REVIEW. Orrtqx or Tm OAZSTTV. Monday Dee I860 The to-day has been 8ae for thcs psasou. Tho receipts of and tho mar- et active. Tbe advance oa wheat IB lltaly to prc- heavy receipts. Com firm. Barley frclng to store. Wo fcs tha price. 3.36T osb. Bhipntents 212 bit. Fi.ova.-2fs.rk0t llgbt. We lots 3piing at Stipmanu arm at ash. Shipments 400 ba. nt Keulptt dolaff. Jo demand st COAL.- Coat Carbon Cliff V train. 30amrtSd equal w. Chicago Dfnrket. CaicAoo. December Fi-otla. rjoll oad transactions InniteJ quiet at an advance- fo. 2 la store. Cou-Sleady. Sales at In tore. OATS Uoaa Onll and lower. Tun TFJIIL Very this morcingt or mbcr about thu middle of last at a time when all respectable people were attendants on -walcij tilsit rvi whom ficJrnai sprn- other coed krpt old Titnr ij4crea in a new year. The old ra preewist tdih evtali aU tbe world has passed aad a srw per. i QKrTo pregoant political cvraU lo cocnlry lltsn any Ibat has yet cpoo has cwntmmcrd. Let U be uraid ILo interest felt for passing Ujit cTerj mao in jwnnirallv blc for liSit And iim act 'Will tils iterflc uud Sic day vS lie -at TThih tbra mil a BJUTT irtv mi mi frtt VTUtl OCl Ho lie rim- arid urc in crruci to tlitSr Mul Iwttet a jfterecwcipe mfl ln-nlve tlpvt io all aponeil Ezpreaaly for the NEV TOKK. 21. qcl Extra to rawi. fxlra better. S1.S4 winltr red U ti ttblte IJIci. KVB TOj. B1U.IT Cftgesc. Is 70g72c Mixed Wcttern. Kl 5Ti335a CacadUa and Stale. Poas_-FInn. 73 0 18.18 50 12 50 and uncbaoged. M Ctr Dnil and hcaTy. Pnll. Sales M al IftgWiV. l3 fair request nl liaise Ohi tale- Cisiit Opened steady 9310c. WilhoSt Important 1 fork .N-.wYosl.Efc.3L Kalbor anltt tot C- i 8. L I. C. P.'-.. c- fc Mljialsaitipl rSajrc of Water. DATE 1. ir. tf A at 1Z a lift ota si.... 5in Ola 9 IS TO 2 Hi a so ii ion Ota 10 e The wiolit foot tie Srldg s durtof TM 3BT7. J. B- MORE L1KBT MOKE Ho for the JDST A LABOE LOT OF Ciicajt Kerosene Oil New Patent. ba M.3d 3.1 w. Every lamp ar DO'WSK R 'S Extra Boi-Eiplfliin icrottie 00 Cwri B Y T E L E C R A P H Ejprtitlyfor Iht From Deo. 29. Tbo Secretary of th'c Treasury has ro fused to accept any bids fur the five millio tlollarR loan which demands pioru than Is per interest. Thus less than tw are an amount about sui iiciont it is said to pay tbo interest on th public debt due on tho first of January. It was never stipulated or agreed by tbi President that tbe troops shonld be with drawn from the forts around Charleston barbor. Tho Adminiatration does not con sidcr it under any to do FO._ As'to tho request of the South Carolina for the restoration of t'ui military this is considered by the larger portion of the Cabinet as impossi- ble. Sec'y Thompson and bold to tbo Constitutional right of Reces- were separated on the S. C. question from tbcir Cabinet associates. There was no ponitire decision at the meeting to prospect is certainly not fa- vorable to tho Comrhissioners and this statement ii sustained by tbe fact that to- day Sec. Floyd resigned his office. It is said Sec. Thompson would also have re- signed were it not for the investigation pending concerning tho Hfiairs ol tbe Inte- rior department in connection with the ab- itraction of the Indian Trust investigation which be. asked for to redeem bis own honor and integrity. The report prevails that Sec. Thomas re- but this results from his indecision as to whether he remain in tbe Cabi- and tbi-i generally created earnest syuipnthy with See. Floyd. A. Y. Htfald WmUngton I Cabinet bas adjourned after a pro- tracted of six Tbo at was the subject under consider- ation. Secy. Floyd stated to tbe President in writing that unless Maj. Anderson waa withdrawn be could not remiin in tUu Cab- net. Sccys. Thompson and Thomas were un- derstood to entertain tho but events of to-day changed their minds some- what. The President determined after full de- iberation not to withdraw Maj. and Mr. Floyd's resignation was therefore ccepted. Among the persona named as Mr. Floyd's successor is B. F. of who has in confident consultation with the President for several days. A serious division exists io the Cabinet and a break up at almost any time may be anticipated. Recent and highly important intelligence rom tbe South may precipitate tbe efent. The Sec of the Treasury has jost received a 'jiapaich from Charleston stating tbat the revenue cutter in the port of Charleston lad been seized by the authorities and that the who 13 a native of South Car- bas resigned. Thu intelligence was mniediately communicated to tbe Cabinet. Tlie Navy department at 2 o'clock re- ceived a dispatch from Lieut. Jas. commanding tbe slaver which was carried into stating tbat his the Captain of the bad taken before a State Judge bj a writ cf Habeas tbat the Judge remanded .be prisoner to bis on the ground bat he had no guards and that oa bis way 0 the Bonita with his prisoner he bad been taken from bis custody by the mob. WASHIKCTOH 31. Tue grounds assigned for Secretury Floyds esignation was the refusal or delay of the 'resident to consent to issue orders ivith- troops from Ft. Sumpter. In tbe Secretary's opinion this was incumbent oa be from the follntriog cir- witb a mutual desire to avoid ivil war and bloodshed. Tt had been agreed ay tbe .Adoiiaistrltion there should be jo change ia the condition'of in Charleston Harbor. And by South Caroli- tbat abe would tulkejno attack npon the roops or property of the United States. 'he movement of Major Anderson was m iolation of this solemn which could not be except by withdraw- ng tbe which measure was thca cmaiided by the honor of the government. While both branches of Congress src enga- cd in endeavors to settle tbe sectional con- it was deemed the duty of tbe to maintain of peace ritb the Southren States. Mr. it ia said by bis will oon return to to follow out jolicy to to the extent of Lia poir- any act wliicU leads to aud xert if dissolution becomes inevit- to conciliation. It is not certain that Major'Andcreon and brces-will remain at tbey will bo remanded to Fort provided bat satisfactory assurance can begiven that bey TfiH not be there attacked by tbe South Carcliniantt. There teems to be for the belief bat Gen. several days tubaiit- ced lo tho government a in or tbe blockade of reinforcing strotsgly all the Soutbren aud sug- csurjg other millitary it is not received with ITor. The committee of on ccnsid- red Mr. Kelsons proposition for j-aicnd- mratu to tbe being sub- tuitially offered by Senator CntU-n en. On motion of Mr. the Cooi- xniltfio struck oat tbo hereafter a division of the lino of may be only to territory noi held by J-bc Coiled States. Tbo 17 i were tbe Mr- of tf Orc- on. Tlic were from slave witb the ciccptipn of Borcb of Cjli- om-s. The question on the idi-puon of tbe arUdo as Mntmdod was negativcd- Mr. remariwl tic dccsNon titw made il clear Jo is that -woold be so ajrccniont j tio Cftnmit-tcc opwi tbo ibr wlich xxrald lor tip woe .wticn growing out ol tiwrftTcry i 39 il 7TA1 U jnrrpose io Ulc- no fonticr pan in tbe riiberuicaxc of tbe vnft i1 ddcrmraaticra not Io were of and of Md. Tbese fact-i are obtained fiotn the official the injunction of secre- cy having boon removed. The President accepted the resignation of Gen. Floyd the same day it woa tendered. Tbo Charleston of says Maj. Anderson has achieved the unenviablo distinction of opening civil between American by an act of gross breach of And that he bas violated a solemn pledge given by his and accepted by South Carolina. That he had all possible assurance of South Carolina that bis position arid duty would be respected until t proper and open declaration of war. In ts details of Major Anderson's moveinr-ntB Courier says Tlio evacuation of Foi t Moultrio commenced after sundown on Wednesday. The men wera ordered to bold themselves in readiness with knapsack lacked. But up to the moment of bad 110 idea of what was on foot. were reviewed snd were then or dered to a schooner lying in the vicinity where they taking with them al lip necessary Several trips wer made during the under the cover o which a great part of the provisions and thi and camp furniture transported. The greater portion of tbe labo1' expendet en Fort Moultrie WM upon tho citadel west point of the postiou. This Citade lajor Anderson had strengthened in everj loop holes were and every tliinj 0 arranged tbat m case of a well consideret ttack was he could have retreatec rom the outer bastions to the citadel aucLaf- erwards blockade other portions of tbo 'or this purpose mines had already been and trains laid ready for tbe appli- cation of tbe match. The barrack rooms in very other part of the fort that was iiide- ensible would have gone at tbe touch on je ramparts fronting Fort Sumpter. Nine tght inch Columhiads mounted on wood as soon as tbo evacuation was these carriages were burnt and iie guns thereby dismounted. as as those constituting tbe entire anna- were spiked before tha fort was aban- oned. This was the only damage done tbe further than tbe cutting down f tbe flag and breaking up of ammu- ition wagons to form ramparts on the walls 'the fort- Other particulars be confusion could not have been more nmplete bad tbe late occupants retired in ie face of a besieging foe. The entire was litered with the odds and nd fragments of war's desolation. The jiked guns and those dismantled by the urntng of tbe carnages will soon be in a osition to respond to any hostile demon- tritions against tbe place. Certain parties in New York have pro- osed to tako the remaining loan of over hree million dollars of tbe late five million the particulars bave not yet been eceived. It was at the reasury that the last named sum ould probably be realized in the course a when the requisition of tha vari- us disbursing officers would be met. The oigrcsstnen are among these whose arrcar- es have not been settled. The Montgomery Confederation the ajority in the Alabama Convention in fa- or of co operation with S. C. will be from 0 to 15. pcudixig bdbrc iu icr tiat lo did sot intend to re-itpi atratioo to rcnuiin hi a Wcrald cnaEle inm To jrtfl rn the xxpart aporj toe aratjucts Itebcl Convention. Dec. The Convention this morning passed tbe rdinance authorizing the reception of bills banks of tbe State by the Collectors tbe provided none of them be be- w the par vslue of the banks of S. C. The Convention then adjourned till 10 clock on Snnday morning. Tier committee on Constitution hare pre- pared an concerning the powers tely vested in transferring them j the-General except daring the jciatence of tbe Convention. These powers e not to extend without the direction of io to duties on post declaration of treaties and con- The ordinance concerning le judicial powers of the U. S. Courts in- este thessi powers in tbo Courts of S. C. tbe General Assembly may direct. The barleston City Court is to have jurisdic- on in admirality and marantioe cases and so in cases of appeal wben tba amount xceeds in cases affecting tho pub- c ministers the powers arc continned the me as in the O. S- courts. The General ssembly is to appoint tbe judicial ie act of Congress to provide more cffoct- ally for tbe punishment of certain iproved March is substituted by IB State for all offences crbicb arc subject i tbe jurisdiction of tbej courts tbe Tbe Convention will Uko the subject of eason under consideration. Dec. 31. Tbe President stated that the question before tbe body on tho closing of tbe secret session was tbe resolution rel- ative to tbe removal of tbe lighthouses and buoys. Mr- Chestnut moved that tbey go into secret session. A XU-r.r By tbe arrival of the learner from on tbe bare ac- counts of tbe wreck of tbe American abip witb oOO Africans on des- tined for Cubx. Tbo sbip was commanded by Capt. Cbas. Broiro. who with tie crear seixed upon tbo schooner of and compelled tbe master to render assist- ance. Tbe captain of the Lilly has testified before a magistrate as The wreck lar about fcnrtccn miles froxo tbe ligbtbonne. Sbe wsji a ship of fire or six bondrcd and froa bcr 1 landed about Eve hundred negroes oa Capo Lobov. Tbe captain too op tbe saying I could do wbat I likod witb bet gaTo tnc DO ujracy. I jtjTcd some ricgiag and cop- per from tic He made me land tbo asd I had ao option- I was tbcre tircc Irving to tbo rtgginrj. Before 1 sired the captain jnado mo tsfo bim and two of bis to light- wbcre tity landed for about two lien will to A brig wrircd four days mftcr- tbo direction of loslt Smot-ol ticm trfTt in a sod tbey bad plenty wo- Tie nod bad a little of tie tticd an alliougi ibcy were ill srtncd wjti rcvolvcrj aad boww-tirifo ton cscb that a -clflacbtiKjnl -ol wxtj IStb Jut tic slkvcs bad tton 01111113 irriral of Steamer Kangaroo SANDY Dec. 31. The Kangaroo from ba arrived. She was detained at Queeostow till the to carry the mails destined lucre being no steamer from tha port as expected. Tbe Kangaroo bas in 2 cabin and 19 steerage passengers. Liverpool breadutulfs had an advancing tendency. All qualities bad slightly ad vanced. Provisions dull. Flour firm a on advances of wheat advanced corn beof pork quiet. London markets firm at an advance of la 23 for both wheat and flour. American C. 27 l-2a2S N Y. 7Ta79. The Russian Government had receivei news of tho conclusion and ratification o peace in China. The allies bad evacuated to which city tbe Emperor WIL about to return. European affairs generally unchanged News not important. Tue Galway line is temporarily suspend- ed. The London Tirats says the President's message is au evasion of all responsibility and contrasts Buchanan's timid policy with tbe bold notion of Jackson. The Gfabc characterizes the message aa an appeal to the North to make concessions to the South. It is reported that weavers are ac tualjy starving in England. Archbishop of Lyons had published a haughty pamphlet against the stamp imposition upon pastoral letters treating on political matters. He denounces the imposition as and noC to be submitted to. II calls upon tbe gam- son of Gacta to defend to the last. The French fleet would leave- soon. Tbe Province of Viterbo continued in- surrectionary. It is reported tbat the French wera pre- jaring to evacuate it. The Bavarian Minister at Turin had been re-called. The Sardinian Minuter at Munich would also be re calletT. from Bombay represent business still flat. Tue London Times calls attention to tbe new article of commerce from America vise oil from the Union wells of Western New York. U1V1THCOW3RE3S-SKCO5D SESSION. WASHIKGTO.I. Dec. 31. galleries were crowded by adies and gentlemen. Mr. Cnttenden of- ered a resolution that a portion of the gal- ery be set for ladies. Douglas said he wished to speak on tbe bnt wocld postpone lis remarks till Wednesday. Mr. Cnttenden asked that the Senate would set apart some day for the considera- of tbe joint resolution offered by him. The resolution was then made tbe special order for Wednesday- Mr. Wilson offered a resolution of inqmry tbe Secretary of War be requested to nform the Senate wbat disposition had made of tbe arms made at the Nation- al armories. If any bad been if at wbat and to num- jer there were in the and how they were protected. Objected and laid ver- Tbe bill to organize the Territorial Gov- ernment of Arizona was taken up. Mr. Trumbull spoke in favor of tbe amend- ment to alloB the Mexican law abolishing ilavery to continue in force. Mr- Green said that Mr. Brown's amend- ment did not change any but only pro- id to continue an existing law. lie was n favor- of leaving the people free to choose .heir own laws. The special order of tbe providing for admission of Kansas was here taken and postponed till Monday next. Mr. of addressed the Sen- ita at some length on the existing difficul- From FORT Dec. 30. Pike's Peak .Express passed here at 2 o'clock P. M. to day. When tbe coach eft Salt Lake City the weather was very reported that one driver was frozen .old. I'i to deatb beyond Lmratnic. DENVER Dec. pass- ed m good only two or three Sgbts Kcurred. The day was more like the 4th of July tbao mid winter. The secession news produced little A sbooting affray occurred in Carcon ity a few days ago. in which one man wounded. Recent arrivals from San Juan report a 1st extent of tbe country abounding witb nlaccr diggings tbat will' pay from two to levcn cents to the pan in coarse gold___ can be done there before May or runc. A project is on foot to open tbe road rom gulch direct to tbe new tvhicb will make Denver tbe nearest rading point to them out of the mountains. mountain roada continue good and Dialy cotcbes are fuil to and from tbe populous i from Wool. DCJC. 30. Tbe Daily 7'inta tbts afternoon wo letters from Gen. Wool iii favor of tbe ia favor of sosUining Aodenoa in us position at Fort and argvng tbat a firm ground be adopted to rat down rebellion- Ho tbat il rort Surapter be surrendered to tbe wces- in twenty tbat mca will be in readirjesc to tcngcAOca on all wbo would betray tbe Union lato tbo ds of itd eocmics. A Ctatrclh Bwnrd. Tbo Ortbpdoi CsBrcl at Sontn Brim- tTel -dostmix-a JIT Src Zastoigit. Loss So insurance- Dec. SO. Tbo Mcasrsbiri from Malaga for jiat rota port ftir -coal- has a urf ctnjtrsTJsd id wind. Doc. 33. Tboro is a nptat in cironlatioo that tie of Mr. las irorDfd. Thtrc no truth Trliat- oiw tie J. A. M. PHYSICIAN AND anROJEON I No corner Main and Thlri street.. D.TIO- iofra can bd conaulted at hU offiae at all ol day and unless profedlonally janldlw. Renew your Licenses. ATOTICE IS BEKEBV GIVEN TO Alt Keepers of Ball Billiard That your HcecBos all expire ftnd that Qnlsss Immediately reuoar tue Frcoeadlogs will Jdrtln provided. jaal o. s. iiuiiuu. Holiday Cheer FELLOW CITIZENS please take teat a HUTCH Will ba served at tha DEBOLT EXCHANGE to- Jan. s-i.at 10 eoaf Utiny of CHICKENS. ETC AB ifctfro will B cbolca lot of Bear and squat to any la mid ae- ua. j nidlr. T OP LETTERS IN THE POST AT the 1st day of Jflnc.iiy.lSSl. Persons calling for these letters will pleats vxf hev are asdfiivu date of JUt. Ordered to bb advertfeed In tho agreeably to the foJJowicy Section of ffott Ofllc9 as the cewnpaper having the largftit circulation of Any paper published in AaU it farther That of etters remaining uncalled for lo any POM Office In ay town or where a newspaper ihali e rfftcll hereafter be pubUtihed occe only a tht- newspaper or have circulation T be range of afeiivery of tobodt be Postmaster at such .Vew P. Mann 1851. .Il-nN Alexander Jno T A Androa H Brad fey E L Blake C B C Crcwley Jno Brotrn Hrf O A Carhart IClat 0 O Crawford HIM A CbaekJIr fonneU Carter ti W J stkiQB itisali 2 larke M Connors -mo Jdiso I. 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