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   Davenport Daily Gazette, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1861, Davenport, Iowa                               I. AIM L f v- W ALFKED SANJOERS OF THIED AND PERRY STREETS. TERMS-SIX iDOLLARS PER YEAR. VIIL 1 t 1 r i i MONDAY DECEMBER 1861. j j fr T i 17 ill h DAlJLl MoMdUky 1861. _ ua b _ _b _ u J-----_b 11 mifmmlmmt m mt _ _ __ __ F'17 MOBTBT The fioaocial iJi. reporu i pie- Chora- of-money in res t- raent somewhere. The appreheDsion of a for- waf.'bo'wefiitsHeLtly prevents m aad unULqnlto the only pa-1 timid arjd easily affected capital por In State of printed ou Powfr the InrjrePtof any J Ad appreciate thtiBo.ad van tag columns FOR TUK AJID WZBKLT. Kew No. 0 83 Dmrboro street ahjp danger of attack .from a foreigo foe- Aud tbe apprehension will probatjly contfnne'. till the rebellion1 is'crashed or'nearly BO. Hecca tbcjqterior loyal States j away from the seaboard and away from moat furnish comparative attractions for which they hate never before been able to Among these States. Iowa stands nnsnrpasiedi The boundless feiiUHy of her hertreaa- nrc3 of.coal and leadt .access to the the by. means ef nu- merous iron crossing the State at differeot acd to penetrate to every country and.airirer oo both sides of the xnuat indncc moneyed'men to look favorably on lowa'as a field for It is to be hoped that'oof new Legislature will look aL thia subject ID all its and in a comprehensive aud liberal and remove from tbe statute-book everything'that has a tendency to bring discredit on the honor of our has the semblance of repodtation'aboufi JLet'us have laws to intervene between tbe debtor and save thoso which arc common to all the aud which universal experience seems to fa- vor. Let our legislators do and ib is our firm belief that mooey will fluw into our State in a steady to develop our .-resources every I Dd tbereby enrich our And could who do not buy their boots aud shoes onr orga'Djc be modiBed as to prohibit auy more such legislative experiments on the of' tethers will be held good faith of the as we have Witriessea for the last two it wonld be a till nDhancing the.good-name of oar. and bringing countless wealth to its people. BY TELEGRAPH. ixprnily for fAc FOBC the present low price of it would almost seem tbat packing could not but bo a profitable business. The UDCertainty in regard'to the duration of tbe river 'lends to flclent doubt about .the venture to uiakepacfc- era timorous. Should tbe rebellion or the river be opened within six there cau he little question that tbe price of perk would run up beyond all previous eipa- as the demand would be enhanced beyond its ordinary extent in coiifaequenee. of tbe scarcity of caused by the blockade of rebel ports and abling the Southern people from putties away Late Foreign IfaWft ptf SteamsMp Adfrica their usual quantity of meat. THE WAR NEWS. in Virginia Portland on the 18th for the North Ameri- can Tbe ship Silos for New having ono hundred tons of lead on was stopped in the river Thames. The ex- port of tbo article has been prohibited. Advices from Manchester- represent the market flat and prices unsettled. wheat but corn mixed THE EKEMf REPULSED. ttT England. COMMERCIAL. DAILYMARKETBKVIKW. KNGJLAKD CONTIXCKS WARLIKK. Dublin. OrrioE OF TBi DAVKVPORT Tory Steady quota- A NEW TKEATT WITH MEXICO. LOCAL- MATTERS. J r L. '_ ____________ FOE'OTBRSHOBS of all call at Welton SEB advertisement -of Canada Liquor at Welton at the brick school-boosei corner of Sizth'fthd Warren G- will q i bo admitted to the order of deacon at Trimly m Church tbis mormnjr.. THB IsDUSTHrAL Interesting exhibition .opened on Saturday afternoon at the German according to previous take that Plumtoer has tbe show of articles at- the largest assortment of Jfrnoy.iind j opening was rather smaller than we had au- and toys of any one In the. city. Bh4 H -HiM in giving account of tbe battle Col. Davis took. _ 1 Bl the time to get aomethlog Dice- for holiday1 presents a fioo re- ceived by at Billon's Jewelry Storc-i bat it. was very good. The speci- mens bothin lift were .mostly either .master-puces of the or novelties aod rare curiosities. Of is a very floe collec- tion. Mr. Scbroeder haeon exhibition a borof his including and View of a Swiss pictures exhibit a decided ar- tistic and bo bids fair to attain prom- inence in bis M. Dunn also shows some some of which ho had County Fair. Dr. Scfalogel has some KEIIOB have juat opened anew lot -of Va- and other dress goods. European jjthograpbs and photo- Hoop and graphs.. The lithographic views of and Venice are lifo-liko pictures of _ J8 Bhlpmonts 650 bbto. Active ohblca lota Re- colpts ablpmentfl JIA.RLBT- Quiet find Bteady at Reoelpta shipments It175 bas. Kecetpin i.OCO.biL Nominal Little We quote at Why Jones was Arrested. JffCAOHEH MADE BRIGADIER GENERAL Chicago The grain December 20. quiut.. Wbealdecltaed Corn HI utearly at tn Flour quioc ut 85 for From Dec. 20. '_ to Herald. I Gen. Ord started at six this morning. Hie command consisted of four tbe Bucktail Lieut. Cot. .and Boston's consisting of two 24 and 2 12-pound howitzers. They proceeded on a expedition in tbe direction of 2.75. Mesa pork in bettor domacd at qatet and steady at v York Nm.rlf.ct. By ToIOBfmph.1 Niw December and drooping _ WHsAT-WJifaoot decided change. aL JE T 12 o JP o STABLE. AT THE ABOVE KNOWN STABLE fonnd oomor of Fourth and Iowa be of CAKIUAGK HORSES Bvor kept in thie olty. is cloau ftt and oyery in want of presents. not fail to call on- those citiea. .Tho photographs are taken.from as be Las the best assortment I paintings of tho great meters. Of art in ladiea' books Dr. Ia town. Schlogcl' also showB'a-beautiful '.titataotte of Schiller and a miniature of tbe tuona- refer 10 tho mont crebtrd tn their native ineot'of Mr. A. a Billon In today's ff0itoarf Germany. Those who wiah to combine tbo useful with tbe .ornamoulal malciiig friends during tho would do well to' call .and examine bia GEO. W. ELLS Co. are now opening tho .moat beautiful stock of holiday gift books anything in their line of will do well hbowa 30tno articles of -1. tare made by Several pretty toy- houses.are made at ibe toy mauu- factory iiear Black Hawk Rock Island. Bruns two .moyiog pic- tures cue representing a windmill and all rufioiac. _ He has some other t 11 n all runoiog. He has some other ever exhibited in tins city. Persona ileniricg si .-iiji unique IL Blum alIowa a very preU give them a call before purchasing cbewhern soon be judgj ing from in which tha stores al- fjtpady_ ransacked for preaenta we uhould say there will be DO diminution of tbe Interests with which the little oueb have 1-1 m always regarded tbia ancieiat season- j the prospectus another column. Tt how real'talent will'thrive'Iu spile of tho LcdgGT is the most1 successful paper ever fc 'mi and hru the largest circulnlion. See what Mr. Bonuer in his own advortise- V _'. .'V m _ FOR THE will be eeon by bia ty chess-board tO'lhe SocieLy. exhibit a number of epccitueus of their work. 1_i among them a.new viow cf the best we ill are yet excepting There nro many more noticeablo articles on e_t- bibUloQj but tbe above are sufficient to give gome Idea of'the exhibition. It b to be hop- ed J hat another year they may have a much better and a more liberal assistance from of 'oar community. Undor unimprovedt hogs advanced I Dra_nsville AlcCall antirinifinn- thnt canned by ordtsra from English boom VILU. anticipating tnat had proTiouaiy atopptd on they might be ordered the 1st of ibo belilkerebt news were brigades to follow. In the forenoon tbo 1st Gen. advanced oa and took a position on Difficult to avraic further Two hours later Gen. with his staff and an escort of followed tbe route. Meantime Cfea. Ord advanced to near when bis command was sud- denly fired apoo by ft force lying in ambush in dense adjacent. This was the signal of battle. A brisk engagement promptly ensued. Gen. who ar- rived a few minutes took com- mand. In a moment's Eaton's tery was planted along side tho and fired rapidly and with terrible effect into tbo enemy's ambush. Col. Kane's JBucktail Kiflcmcn were placed in advance and fired upon the enemy wherever they made their appearance. Xbc who had a battery ol sis pie- ces- returned the ami replied to tbe rifles with musketry. The firing was kept op some three-quartern of ati when tbo enemy retreated our. fire being too hot for them. Our troops stood up bravely under the sharp volleys of tho rebels. Their steadi- ness was praised by GAD. McUalL and bis officers. Tho rebels took the direction of Fairfax G. leaving on tho field a number of their billed and wounded. Our troops pursued them a short distance and returned. Seve- ral bodies of rebola wore picked and fif- teen wounded prisoners wcro Gen. Ord captured 8 wounded and 2 caissons with ammunition. Tn their baste tbo enemy left behind anim of all do- scriptions- etc. Their loas is esti- mated at 50 killed and wounded. Among their was Col. of commander of tlie 1st Ky. regiment of rebels. Thb forces of tho enemy consisted of three infantry 1st and llth and 10tU with a cavalry regiment and a commanded by Col. John H- of the Ala. acting as Briga- dier General. Tho dead were left on tbe Tho loss on our sido was G killed and 8 moot of whom belonged to tbe batteries. Cot. Kane received a slight Jto by tlio dny or with or without mf partlon attended frith tbe best of toamti find most cnrufnl drivers. ooonuioQfi dlwnys attended BA desired. taken ia by the week or I renpeotfully tho patronngo of tbo pnbllo aoth and Oar ohargos aro very O- 1LAJXHIT. Consols closed at 89 3-4a90 for money. In London in reference to important question of tbo attitude likely te be assum- ed by tbe opinion continues to tbat however desirous tbe Emperor may be to give some employment to his navy and direct public attention in France from tho- state of the French ho is not likely to do anything to cause a difference with tbe British because serious re- salts might follow in France if distrust there should increase and caase a farther depres- sion of trade. The London Globe warns its readers that they must take the French-version of the dispatches sent to Lord Lyons for what it is worth and purely as the French idea of them. The Shipping Gazette has an article on the question of oar corn supplies in the event of a war with the North American States. It does net regard their future prospects with any feeling of alarm. The Stripping Gazette is perfectly satisfied that our importations of daring tbe coming year will equal in extent those of the last four or five years. The London Daily flews1 writing from says it is the general opinion that cbc Patrie was imperfectly in- formed of the intention of the French'gov- when it speaks of France joining with .England in an armed mediation. A large force of it is immediately sent to Canada. Armstrong guns are now being rapidly distributed among tho ships prepa- ring for sea. The an iron-plated is to have a crew of 400 men. She will'be manned without the least difficulty. The Ounard Australasia and are to convey troops to and a number of tbe others have been chartered. The screw steamer carrying 21 called last evening at' Plymouth whence sho convey the screw transport with arms and to tho St. Lawrence and Halifax. The London Herald says that the 1st bat- talion of tho rifle now stationed at and tho 1st battalion'of-the iGth stationed at received orders yesterday to embark. A great mass meeting was held in tho ro- tunda at to take into consideration present crisis. The following resolutions were That the population of tho Re- from tho St. Lawrence to the Gulf of Mexico and from tho Atlantic to the Pa- cific being largely composed of men of Irish it would be unnatural to suppose tbat Ireland could remain an indif- ferent spectator between England and America. That tho events of the hour im- dictate to all -r v -mm mr The steamer Daniel from Port- Royal evening of the 17th reports tbat sixteen vessels of tho stone ilect eaiied that day for Charleston under an escort ol three gun boats. A portion of the stone fleet for returned to Hilton minus four ves- sels near Tybee. The Unadilla and another had gone to reconnoitre tfao shores of Edtsto Island ana the modth of the south Bdisto river. No advance had been made by Gen. Stevens' brigade iiito the interior. '.Flag officer Bell sailed to day in the Champion for the Pacific _ t i Telegraph Cable ST. N- Dec. 31. In answer to several it may be stated that the submarine cable reported broken between Princo Edward's Island and the main forms no part of the con- nection with New Found and does not in any way effect the transmission.of busi- ness to Cape Race or any other place in this' province. LATEST I- 1 J Canada liquor Storet HO. STKtK-CT PERSONS WISHISG..TO PURCHASE AN Jl oxoelleut quality of r WlftES OB can bo at tlie above Tbe etock Is being at Md ouch urtctrtiift cannot fuJl to gtve Oulv i A H 4 t mt 4 fr K t _ __ as tho storo will ta olooed within thirty fteftl taken In exchange for BLO M-tlDA A'. C. 10 cic P f nfiuo itoot of 4-vm OTTVIPII AND SILVER and New Ifiar GOLD AKD SILVER ipoana and napkin of ear rioM. fingtr lookeU. etc.. ear finger with erary article in hlfliina of buiineca. BT THE LADIES. for Oeuciemen From to tbe Chicago Tribune. December 20-' Two who loft here- some time _ _ have returned from and report tbat the rebels have placed of rifled cannon along the Tennessee river to sink oar ganboat which a large contraband trade ia beiog carried on from Illinois with the rebels via Oave-in- on the 0bio river. ten thousand picked men from Virginia aro to reinforce Columbus by Christmas. Xas rebels show greatactivity in enlarge ing their works. They are fortifying at sixteen miles from Charles- The weather here is very cold Presents Tor Boys Presents for JPresents for Uie Old. Presents for the Young-. Presents for Everybody' PapUiavlIIe and Barned by 1 KatiSK-i December The Conservative of this city has advices from Mound 15th- staiine that a portion of the 3d under the com maud of made a daah into Missouri tho 17th inaLt aod burned tbe villages of latter the cottoty and retnrned with a largo zinmber of They bad two meo killed at These towas have fora long time beoo the resort of guerilla bands of rebels. Price was at Osccola at tbe it was said that he designed to at- tack Two companies of the i'th Cavalry arrived at Fort Leaven vorth oa tlie twenty-two daya from Fort Wise. the fowa Book. ISO. 50 BR.AD-E STREET decB3 LEG A L-KOTIO 1C. A 5 r In County Oonrt for said Oonnty. aroditotft of Antolne _Lo nti fvombcs ioteroftted la bin YOTT AWfi PAP u np V AiX JjjUjll I notlQed that at the noxt of the County Court and for BRld to be balden at the Coart Huuuelutheoityof DaroDportln.Haid oooaty arid State. oo'Lho firnt Atondiiy ID Janonry to On January A. _D. on tho opening of Court on a ud will be mado by Um and i ecu tor ot toiiitt Lo for an order of From Bea 20. Two Union men and ope Aecessiooist write from it 13 reported and generally that Marshall and after cume into tUolr bclonftlnjf to to off all notes due or horcallor id icr for principal or intoreet by mortgm- or Ucyda of iruet on the real to and which oonstltnto incumbrrtnctm on real en tut or compromirto and URO eucli fondrt fur that imrpoadt and for the othor purpoawa in tliu petition cow on QJo In wni4 Ouurt for therein utatod. acd thrtt uIJ nitty iipjicur lit tho and pluoo above apuciOud lio Jioard'ou ARRIVALS AND DBpAlLTtJAKS Post Office nt lowa. EASTERN hTAIL VIJL C. A R. 1. At 8 o'clock JL. M. do do P. Arrivcn 10 do _A. M. .do 8jf do P.iL WEoTKKN VIA It. AND JU. Otottttd Hi 0J.T A. M. Arrlven 6 do Sunday a 'cxceptcd.. NOKTlifiRN'MAIL T1A. LYOMtf AdD OAlIAROaC_ ILL 9 o'cloct P. M. Arrlvoc4 G do P. M. NOiiTllKltN MAIL VIA UEvriTr MAQCOEKTA. nud _at Jr. ROUTE NO. 109TT VIA ORAsa. ETC. Oloion and Friday at 0 o'clock JL _ K Tuoadayt Thnrndny and Saturday at 9 o'clt Council pnbliahea in full tlie report of mittee io favor of establUhitig the National Armory at Rock We have committees at using their best eiflTorta to secure thia desirable wort to our Slate an'd '.oa of his What are out' members of 'Ccnjjress Vfeooda. C. some splendid Vandcver aud Wilson T We m r for those purchasing fo'r the holli. hope to hear a good report from them.'There I- -i l__l daye. Go and .see if-the crowd gathered at hia store makinu their i.' is DO local enterprise to oxciie their attention 4 that1 will benefit tHo Sute they TepreaeiiL one- allow and yon will vory 'likely flud half so oiuch as the eatabliahmont of att Ar- aoroetbiug to bay. A MISTAKE- of oar reador raory_ on Rock Islaud. The resources will be drawn mainly and itrwould quick- cn evftr bmnch of trade and mariufacture wbo jperused tUe' Ieador_ in loaf Saturday's and 3lart up all over the ttpboldiug wbatis termed Lbe'con- in and classifying tbo State. Xet them see to.it tbat. their are not only on tbo but that their In- balanca as will I fiQCDCe is U8ed in fartheriDC Qiis great enter- a on our second page. shows oc'cdpiecl Wmf f m mf prise. noticed or .even knew of tlie eclipse.of the moon last T j r j Tuesday It was a partial eclipse. ob9CuriDg.only-about-one-fiftli of tbe -MlalM-HaJI. only about a djsc Ic lastcd ODO honr and forty.two but those who went ihere w.ere I well pleased witb.bis In order to i i i- f 3 L0 total ellipse of the on the last day of the r. give par. citizens another opportunity to hear Vu TT -t. in the United and visible Gregg will speak again this evening .v -a.-. ir- i mo w T in States-east of the Missiasippl'aod those a IVnr nnil Cflinn rr snbject-r11 The War ana'CauopXife.V-J Jruitfnl tbe Doctors experieoce in will enable him profit to f mm' JidmUtahce'freo. a States adjacent to.it on the except Iowa. It will occut- abont sunrise. Six digits wilt be obscured to tbe Atlantic 'Of course this we in Iowa will be de- bf oaf afaare of the hot then and Years' we wil1 haTe the our neigh- fancy and bora' vistaa wiU be which w'inea'and liquors for U Probably-vouch3afed account of the. of iu oysters and the large number of bravo men atove 'blacking'Jn 10 bars jnade. at cents i best oaodles' 10 cti. rMftscitine to the 'j-f_- s I ell for a course of lectures in o' early to-avold tlio not the friends of city. Can- '-'Ia Oavenport i... t awaken sufficiently from .theitRip.Van Win- kid aluaiber on thia question to secure a course i of gentleman 1 We the trHck not over--to nJs aod the 1 'intoPbWesbeilccoantyi Oa Saturday last 'CLOWHO.OF fall term o'f and about i__. r- o are ties laylntf tti w .11- w ROUTOfi NO. IOWS TiiiifldJiy aiid Friday at 12 M.. Arrtvoa Tuuudtty aud Friday 12 VIA AND TJiuraduy ttt fi P.'ML Saturday at 6 o'olk wound. At 9 p. our troops bad returned to bringing in fifty wagon loads of age. December 20. If any correpondence has takea place be- tween Lord Lyous and Secretary it haa been of an informal as no official have passed between them with reference to the Trent affkir. A brief despatch.from General Hat- leek to the confirms the truth of tho reported success of Gen. Pope's1 expedition in Missouri. The in his special communicated to tho Senate ro- fcrrcd tbo whole .subject of the expedition to and the Senate to advise him what course to pursue. Tribune's Ex-Minister Jones of kas been ar- reste.d on a charge of writing letters from Bogota to Jeflf- professing the utmost .anxiety for the success ol the secession movement and promising to join him on his return from New Granada. Thomas Meaguer was to-day ap- n m pointeH a General by the President. MOTH BBS. fa J Arrtros and Friday ul 7 ovollc .BOUTE J6W7 ........VIA BOFFALO- Ctonea Friaay UL 8 oTclook A. M. Arrlvoi at 6 o'clock P. ftf. 1WUTB 10930 VIA AtfiMOftA AND WALNUV 1.2 O'clock Arrlvott at 12 M. i OFFICE HOUK8. .Office open at 8 o'clock A. Offloo oioaed at 9 M.. Oflloe bnnaay from S to lO.tfoloot A. M. tbo ore oarrleJ by Ii all Depot being the Tho above November IL 1C liable tftkefl effect 186L of lovely in the spring-time of have been rose nod from un Also Gpn. of Illinois. t Dec. 21. v -r f f-l -tfft.. -M-ttf ff-MmmmJm to our Utest the mo romp to r v and laUrnal and- the glow of to advices.from apprehensions of a rupture with England upon the late affair tha flallowbae of cantering In a the may Our cab- we are.informedj Jooklng to tbo ab- and for whloit purpofie tho pills will bo fonad sorbing and paramount the suppres- are officnciotnin fiion'of the Southern will yield to the present demands of England as the condition of her even if tbeae demands involve the restoration of Mason and Slidell to the protection oi the British and a disapproval aad apology for- for the old cause of their Resolvedj That a two secreta- and acom mi tree of twenty -ono mem' each having been duly and separately proposed and bo chosen by a ma- jority of voices at thia mass meeting to take into consideration the advisability of an or- ganization in the present state of affairs at borne and abroad. The Liverpool Post says tho whole pur- pose of the meeting was to in every nriety of sympathy witli America- It is quite natural that this should be the tendency of Irishmen-apart from their hatred to for scarcely any Irish family is unrepresented in the United The however- was uaclesa and needless. The Liverpool Mercury sayfi that the only item of importance in tho latent uews from the Um tea is the brief abstract of the address of President Davis to tho federate The it is hopeful and determined in and shows that a war so stupidly persisted in tho North cannot possibly effect the subjuga- tion of the South. It stated that evidence will be laid before European governments to prove tbat the blockade of southern ports is and consequently t is also stated that tho State Legislature of iMissoori has passad a seceasiou ordinance. Tho London Times' city article says it must bo ktpt in view that tlie designs of Mr. Seward aro reported for some time to have bean the cause of disagreement in the Washington and that tho de- cision of the present is not entirely in the hands of personage. Later advices aro awaited with as it is'seen that the course of circumstan- may be much modified by anything that may take place between the opposing ar- mies ia the interval between now and the arrival of British demands- A victory by the Federalists might per- haps so tbe mob as to enable the Government to act and on the other hand a defeat might bo equally productive of a pacific tone- At tho same howovor3 there is danger tbat the'bad features of the situation may be aggravat- ed by tho intelligence of so mo new offense on the part of Federal commissioners. near Otvmgsville. The gentlemen receiving these letters fear it is trnet thongh the reports are not generally believed at Frankfort. The Kentucky Legislature adopt- ed to dayt by nuuaj party n resolution that. Kentucky asscmf payment of her portion of this direct tax imposed by Congress- Senate adopted tho House resolntions on Federal with ameudmeuty endors- ing the President's action regarding Fremont's aud Cameron's aud re- Presideot to dispense willi Sec- retary Cameron. The vote watt unanimous on the Industrial Exhibition fc for ICiecutorm ttmt tho forogofmr notion bo ptibllnhod fa tho DavunporL Weekly find and In mmm m rf VH_--v mmi -m -m. -mr H -r -mm- mm-------mm -mm- _ mjmW mf A until tbo 6th of A. Ooauty AMD LIHIIUAN'S On tbe aad or TpHE OBJECT OF THE EXHIBITION IS J- to encourage nnd promote homo well ai to faoUttHvG a direct Uuttinoflfl dealing conaumera aad and oapcoiaijy to givo the Utter An opportunity ft larger publlo. FoaTna xxniBiTiov A. Products of and tit to bo orhlDltodln all nil tod room. of Natural bear the 10 oonu for utidono No churKtui mado for tuinge co we oxnib and If ooid. teu frum their will bo dbduottid. Tbo nctt of tho yoMtl- vfll wilt be Utapoaed of in tHrbtf-fourths for the benefit of the of. tho and oau- for thu of phyafoal for tha of of paveujidrt and vicinity are fore iaviiod and nrquoatod to in an efficient remedy. of i. and por Sold by ail. at siLBttiPp'8 TUB STATE OF L htlieir seizure by Uapt. Wilkea. VIRTUE OF A EXBCUTION JJ Ijkiuod from tho office of. tho Clertof _. tilct Oonrt of cicottCouutyj State of In favor I Me'wm. of William XT. A. HALIFAX DfiC 24-' Itmcraon fc Co.t I mi i r T 7..k a-JSToroo. Z. I The Liverpool Qacianatown put in hero this morning short of coal. Her dates are two days later. Warlike sentiments aod preparations were and A. A. I make or to be made tc mrnof two hundred and etghty-ulne .08-100 JSogUnd. A1'largff anti-War mating hidr been held at JDublin. to The of that ourtt-In .parcel of land I The BHtisK Government sent a letter ap- t I Imf mM. .Mi mt f 4 Tv-rt-inw nf rniirsfl nf cnnnnandcr Wil- his untoI OI cue. course oi conirnanaer wu- T. UhSjay' arfd Aadrow A. nnd re- j the on board tne 1 Paris papers assert that tbo British Gov- in answer to petitions from manti- naroal of facturing had stated that tho cot- dworlboa where a Una. ton ports 1 aac- range -.prtoolpal Davenport opened by at the latest. j Tbe British Parliament bad been further uj-.puptiipai r-.i T _ -__ road loading prorogued till tbe of January.. It wabstjited' that orders fbftbe'piirchaae of half a million quarters of wheat had been 1 h _T. -M m eoutli to of ewrgyi. put '-'i i 3 truck. done.- next .term bogins iog it forward on .will make-.socae therefore lUfflcient JoreDjoyiog tbt tO.the Block Sea ports from London A hAlf -I J t f within the last few for present and fu- ture -i Tbe.British.frigate Warrior was taking in seven hundred and sixty ol pre- paratory to servioo on tbe North American coast. A considerable number of additional Eng- oopa were sent to Canada. that France will re- muanontral in.the event of a war between Bogandmod U. 3. BifOj cwrriug 86 gun.. WM to lem _W t OBtory. at the eoart-houvo door lowit. duy of between the of'nino tfolwk ni. and tour oommonoe ittht liour of 2 o'clock p. Mudl.TvlU to ilia and. best hiddsr there-' In the kbovo thereof PUff'l Sheriff ftoolt NEW Dec. 2L Tho Tribune learns that among the papers on Thursday transmitted to the Senate con- crning Mexican was the project of a treaty the provisions of which ureof-such importance that it is-thought it if load to the with drawal of England and France from the Spanish tt provides that our Gov- ern mont shall pay sixteen millions to Mei- to be applied to tho satisfaction of Eng- lish and French and for a grant to the XT. S. of commercial the adjustment of our. outstanding and the right of transit acrossJMcxican territo- ry for troops and munitions ol war. It is thought that the treaty will be speedily and sent .at once to Yera.Cruz.. it Fort Plokens Again Fire. NEW Dec. 21. The Philadelphia Ingwrerof has a special dispatch irom sta- ting that news had been received from Richmond to tbo effect-tbat Fort Pickens had opened fire on Fort McRea three times since the 22d bat with what effect is not known. On the 25th ult. mn incessant shower of shells was thrown into the fort by OoL Brown. December 21. Large numbers of our volunteer eomo severely from sickness and others disabled by arc leaving this city and to. their respective homos bavfng long furloughs for that purpose. -Others have obtained an honora- ble discharge from tbo service. is generally believed hero that Con- on will a reoeu until aiUr the 5th of January. m _ i i uotue and collections of Crowei Bllvor aud Ifina-KarnitarOj. Pretoutti lor fliid Exhibition will tally propt-r ChrUtaiaa Fair Sot-day nluht bti 6 A larga Ohrmtmua bouu- 'ttiully n i aad and otiie And giadtloa tho public. ana who defllre Ipadd to the tijnbeilUtimerit oi flfttd espeolully tbo ia uro souolLea to do and that purpQfto roport thetnflolves. to tho OommiLt66 of ooQAiaung of titotk 64 flocona aad Mr.' Joba IS iUpley will1 bo very liappy to attuod to tbem. Bt-KIK Proaldeotof tho doclT WHEELED AVE REDUCED THE PRICES OF thoir'SKWING besides adding Bomo Wluublo improvemeutff. Tbore no yet manufactured tbat.tor all ktnda of worfc holds any ooinnatuum with the Whwler and -'i the rr ni ted States .Fairs took the Wot fimplicity.lieiu.ty the .W. W 'AUK Wo'have now- mode arroncem-DV _ whereby wo are prepared to do all the bWtimd noaiant ShlrtB to or- dat in tbo latent and bqatftiylva -warranted to flu. Call at D. Stora. fab27-dtf Opposite atata fieoond _i.' .-t- i JLand Office. Jtt JS.Jf. HAVB SEVERAL -CHOICE- at than of OITT of bar- Oiio farm-wftifon VU4. VUD family oarrlago- UOUdKa'for rent. Offlco over A. w Law Office to 3d utory of No. T West Second JpftVAUgqrit JOSJCPH MANITPAC MO from No. U BOT8H HAS RE- i- u. j j .1 t Jfark FOR 18G3. LEDGER HAS BEEN MORE PROS- mado moru monoy daring twoiTo uny mthor Sally or published lii Now xorfc or any othor city thlit cuaatry. TJ_e gruat why tho LEDGE a tjetju no much uny or all other that wo have not basiia- ted to inodny frcoly in eoouriug Uia of all thu ffrimt and popular tn tho ooantry- Whllo othti-i papurii huvti been compoJlod toeoono- otit duwu tho nlro of their and print on' a pour quality oi -wo oa lib other to up to tho highest iwiot of la evory and to avail of nil tlio improvomoutB nnd novelttea would tond 10 the entertainment and gratUl- of our roadartt. huvo any to nucuro that TTO hrtvo to put or pre- mium into tho papbr aud m way overy reader nioro than tbe worth of .umy out oi overy ton papur_i offered prumiuma'tiAve owiiidilng aud overy that bfta uuythlng to Uo with BOrt of U tfuru LO They on Gound principles. i thu aataca oi nomo of our oantribuiora for the new What paper ever praatmtud fiuch An array of dlntla- populur QfiO. WILLIH T- A P. 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