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Daily American Organ (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCI desired trouble Mich an would be like to Lead to it and that if he desired Payee such an would be the very last Likely to insure k. The Buek Baa Fleet which seems to be nearly More efficient Man to Uke cow mad of division at the Antilles. In View of All these Laws pc Luis in duty and its. Hat the sanguinary struggle Over and i a week at text we shall hear of the Down a Negr Chi despatch from Coyat a towed. Tendon last monday instructed the emperor thatt Ert bitter Jiu taint in the a hmm of that morning against ids expression tin opinions in the letter of regret sent by the emperor a Madame St. Arnaud the marshal a therein represented a successfully opposing Tim id opinions in the to uncut of War at Arna an the tidies thought these opinions must Hare been entertained by English officers. The emperor immediately sent a paragraph to the Montleur to the effect that the passage had been incorrectly interpreted and Only meant thai by. Arnaud Luul energetically confused Tinkl and hesitating opinion expressed by frenchmen. Thus the difficulty was adroitly set aside. Prince Napoleon is authorized to Wear the Mili tary medal for his " Fine conduct at Alma. This military medal is Given principally to inv distinguish themselves and Lias More than once noes a Rej Stu sol Pivot win thanks b a general of division and a grand cordon of the legion of Honor. It cannot be an Honor for a Man holding a Hig Holtby Takvor to obtain the usual recompense of the Topes decree upon the distillation of bread stuff s has appeared. The manufacture of Al Coriol front All Farinace Ous substances is forbidden for the present. The minister of agriculture in his reports that in spite of the incontestable abundance of the liar est prices continue High that immense purchases of Grain have been made by distillers and that Public opinion is beginning to be seriously concerned at the Prospect he re. Pct the necessity of a prohibitive measure Eksa inasmuch As alcohol made from Grain could no a exported As Law forbidding the exportation of Grain would be interpreted tonic Ude spirits distilled from Grain. People suppose from this decree that the crop is far from being As Abund less co tons being made there for the Evan Eucal Counce to be held next month for the purpose of pronouncing the Virgin immaculate and free from original sin. St. Pet%8 can the Chapelle Sixtus St. Jean de Lateran ac.,Are to be refreshed and Cebu Wishod their courts paved in mosaic. with Gas. The Council will be held at de Lateran next month and the Donna will be promulgated with All the pomp of which the eternal City is capable on the 8th of december the fete of the holy and now As it seems the immaculate Conception five Hundred foreign pre lates will attend the ceremony. The russian prisoners in Francesze employed in repairing the fortifications of the Island of Aix. The men receive one cent and a half a Day an the provisions of an army in Campaign the off Cere receive 100 or 200 francs a month according to the Grade without provisions. The wives of the officers have 60 francs a month the wives of the soldiers have nothing but rations of bread. Mensch Kors despatches which Are always a week in Advance of everything else take the Fol lowing route it appears by tartar Counce to Moscow with intervals of Way the e graph this takes five Days and Over from mos cow to St. Petersburg by Telegraph just opened and from St Petersburgh to Parki Atoo by elect no Perse Dure by Perth any on account of difficulties springing from the chive Fri affair Are much canvassed in political circles. Cold macs. Massachusetts election. Member of cot Freu a tested those marked with a arc members of the pre sent Congress to boat. B. Hall of Plymouth whig know nothing. ?. James Buffinton of Taunton a lug know 8. We. S. Ehmu Reh of de Liam free Oil know nothing. 4. Linus b. Momiu of Roxbury whig know nothing. .5. Anson Burlingame of Cambridge free Sou know nothing. ?. Timothy Davis of Gloucester whig know nothing. 7. Nathaniel p. Banks jr., of Waltham free Oil Democrat know nothing. 8. Channey l. Knapp of Lowell free Oil Kaow nothing. 9. Alex. De Witt of Oxford free soil know nothing. 10. Henry Morris of Springfield whig know 11. Rev. My Trafton of Westfield free soil know Noth Hig. Eleven " Amer rom " members of Congress from Massachusetts Jie capitulation. Vote of 804 town for governor. Whole number of votes. 120,723 necessary to a majority. Emory Washburn of Worcester whig h. 28,42# Henry 0. Gardner of Boston. Whig know nothing has. "8,87 Henry w Bishop of Lenox Democrat hem7 Wilson of a Stock free soil has. 8,891 scattering. ". " a majority for Gardiner Over All others 30,911. The party Lias swept everything Dean in Massachusetts i ditto in Delaware ditto Almott everywhere i trial Roa in to Congo coi wet a. On tie 8th of May last a correspondent of the Petersburg express states that James Ames a minor got into a difficulty with or. George East his step either and seized a gun to shoot him but through the entreaties of his Mother was prevailed upon to desist. He thereupon Drew a hug Butcher s knife and gave Chase to East who had started to ran. Overtaking the object of his Pur suit he stabbed him behind till he fell when the Assassin got upon and literally Cut him to pieces. Ripping out the bowels from the breast Ting him in Tom breast laying open his heart Miinch or two and stabbing and washing Hin in s number of places. After the blood thirsty monster had left Hin fearing As he says that he was no dead he returned propped the body up against Fence and Cut the Thront from ear to ear the wound extending entirely through the Windpipe and Dis jointing the neck. The trial of this Aryl .l4�.performance to commence at tickets 50 cents. National theatre. George Kunkel Max Acme. John t. Ford treatise. Open on monday evening november 90 by the Well known ethiopian dramatic company named k in k Al s Nightingale opera troupe comprising is popular and talented performers embracing comedians vocalists. Dancers ac., producing each evening of their stay a new and pleasing dramatic sketch in addition to their musical and terpsichore an portraiture of life among the negroes of the South. Admission for gentlemen and ladies to the Dre Scircle or Parquette 83 cents. Oen Leinen without ladies 17 1-x Eta second and third tier of boxes Ufi cents. Nov Odd Fellows Hall. The arrows Are coming. Parrow s great Southern burlesque opera Ballet and pantomime troupe will commence a series of their Chaste Ana drawing Boom entertainments at the above name Beautiful exhibition Hall on monday a Way a to bar 18m, and continue for one week. The company As Ever comprises nine talented per formers each one a Bright Star in his profession. Mona. A Ith Hobs the most accomplished guitarist in existence is still connected with this company. He has been justly styled the wonder of the world. Or. C. W. Is Udall Yankee comedian and comic Singer will appear each evening in his original grape Vine twist. G. W. Moors the talented negro comedian will also appear each evening. The company will Intro Nee their great burlesque on the chinese jugglers in which Moos. Hernandez actually impaled q. to a Board with Lar a steel knives. No other company has Ever attempted this Atar Tung piece of performance except the chinese. Or. Do Bowers will appear a Bob Ridly every eve Tang. A new farce or pantomime will be introduced every Tor farther particulars see descriptive Are engaged to keep perfect in cent. Door open at o clock performance commences at 7 w. And concludes St v to 10. Nov John p. Smith agent. M just published i tart1s Merrivale his m Mark. Vol he Paul Creston. Illustrated. The better land or the believers journey and Fetui Home by Thompson. Cases of conscience by Pike and Hayward. This la a Moat searching instructive and entertaining Book the american statesman or illustration of the life and character of Dat Iiri Webster. Designed for american youths by Rev. Joseph Banvard. Memories of a grandmother by a i by of Massachusetts. Clinton a Hook for Hoys by rom ones. Precious lesson from the lips of jeans Lovest thou met both books by the Rev. Darnel Wise. For Sale by Ray k Ballantyne no. 498 seventh Street. Nov 17.�t evening Star new confectionary store. There i Alonya something newer the san and therefore i would inform my Frienda and the Public at Large that i have opened Afine new confectionary store opposite Brown s hotel no. M7, Pennsylvania Avenne in which May be obtained everything in the line in the beet possible manner and cheapest rates. Lee creams jellies Char Lotta ices ac., of All kind Candiea of All kinds an prices from 25 cents to v per Pound cake of Allkind ton Mav find Here More than Al Rev varieties of cake All of the Best Quality made of Good fresh butter and leg and by the Best workmen in the United state i myself i Ean please the to of the most Festi Dion. A Kava. N. B. Parties weddings balls ac., ac., supplied in the shortest notice and Moat pleasing term nov_17.maw2mj " ". daily. Epicurus of these can have their various palates gratified by hav ing them served up in every style by the sub Scriber has engaged a professed Cook especially for Thi department whose qualification have been attested to by Many. Nor17.lm Penn. Avenue. the american Organ. Philaja Othla a. A 1844. My Sab Sis i have hoi the american Organ and Aiu to Well pleased with it that i shall desire to peruse it regularly. It has likewise the Hearty approbation of every one of my friends both whig and democrats to whoa i have shown it. Every Good Man has been disgusted with his party and hence there never could be a better time for a re organisation. The Constitution itself has been personified and termed a value of t Euneau has been discussed and suggestions thrown out that a certain Section would be benefited by a Laws of the United states have been derided and openly opposed by " higher la such As May be enacted in the breast of any fanatic or Knave has Boer proclaimed by presses having hundreds of thousands of subs Cri All these abominable projects have had the Sanction of parties we live seen that by Means of the old party machinery our Inott and most deserving men have been cruelly thrust aside and the obscure and the incapable elevated to the highest positions in the government or rather the posts of Honor debased Down to their degrade level thus reversing the principle of eternal jus Tice nil exhibiting to the world the humiliating spectacle of a failure of our boasted system of government. This under the operation of the great parties which alternately have been in the ascendant i Webster saw the end of such things and pro claimed on his death bed the Knell of the whig party. It is dead and buried. The democratic party was in ext remix from the moment it was pierced at Baltimore. And now the wandering spirits of both arc hurtling through the atmosphere like weary bitterns in a tempest finding no place of repose. The surges Are sweeping Over the old arbitrary landmarks and effacing the lines marked in the Sand by the profligate arty managers. No leaders self constituted May now 41 Road out Good and True men Aud disfranchised native Ameri can patriots while exalting foreign demagogues. Americans will Rule America heaven be praised the american party will save Tho Union and preserve the Constitution. Such is its Mission. That is the secret of its Success. Go on in god s name and All Good men will be with you. Yours truly v. Ellis Esq. Communicated. Our foreign relations. The startling intelligence from France will Cre ate a deep feeling of astonishment and indignation wherever it shall to known throughout Tho uni Ted states. An american minister has been treated with insult on the soil of France by order of its emperor that is the event and As an Amer ican citizen i feel that it is a grave and Momen Tous event. It is in vain to say As some do that or. Soul s character and conduct was justly offensive to the French government Aud therefore it had a right to expel him from its i orders. It is True he had wounded severely in a Duel the French minister at Madrid and his son had fought the brother in Law of Louis Napoleon. These circumstances were sufficiently annoying but i do not regard them As affording any justification for the complained of. Of All people on Earth frenchmen should be the last to object to affairs of Honor. The duels then were not Good ground for com plaint. But another reason is now Given based on an alleged slander upon the Empress by or. Soule at Madrid in which he is said to have charged her with being unworthy of common respect by Rea son of her personal misconduct before her marriage. It is also said that the treatment of or. Soule at the party of the French minister at Madrid which caused the two duels wus and in Attali Alioti for the above slanderous charges upon the French Empress and design to a an mull. Whatever May be the truth of the charge against or. Soule of having uttered those disparaging re Marks the reason now Given for expelling him from France fully justifies him and his Sou among men of Honor for defending mrs Soule from insult equally undeserved by her and disgraceful to its authors. It places or. Soule s character in a much better position among All True americans than it occupied at the time Toboso events occurred. That however which removes All difficulty in forming a True conclusion in the Case is the inter View Between or. Mason and the French minister of foreign affairs. As soon As or. Mason was in formed of the expulsion of or. Soule he repaired to the residence of the minister and requested an immediate interview. The minister was aware of what had occurred and doubtless Well knew the cause of or. Mason s visit and yet he kept Liim waiting two hours before admitting him. Under the circumstances i com Der that an insult. But everything which followed proves conclusively it was so intended As All the interview was of the same character. Or. Mason alleges that the deportment of the minister was disrespect Fol that he assumed the responsibility of the expulsion of or. Soule and that they had ample reasons to justify it oif being pressed to give those reasons he at last furnishes the proofs that the is grave and portentous character. Those reasons were 1st, the imprisonment of the French Consul at san Francisco 3d, the letter addressed by or. Sanders from London to the French nation and 8d, Cuba. The French minister alleges that those acts were proofs of tin Friendly feelings on the part of Tho government of the United states towards France and justified the complained of. Nothing personal to or. Soule is mentioned Bat complaints Are alleged against Tho United states and they Are Given As a justification of the insult to or. Soule. If any one can hesitate in this View of the sub oct to regard that As a National in sult a has different blood from that which courses through my veins. I am not desirous of War with the Nephew of Bis Uncle although willing to take up the Gauntlet when thrown Down in the Arena by him. If he desires to show himself alike destitute of statesmanship and common sense he has Only to assail this nation. The great american party of this country constitute evidently the nation. I Trust and believe i do not misunderstand or misrepresent them when i say thai in every controversy brought on by such insolence and aggression that party will rally round the executive of the nation whoever he May a and As one Man defend its Honor and its rights regardless of consequences. President Pierce Al though he has Cut himself off from the affection and even the respect of the people by his proscription of americans and his affiliation with ignorant and vicious foreigners is nevertheless our presi Dent and will be supported As such by the Ameri can party in every proper measure he my devise for our National defence. A telegraphic despatch has just been received from new York since writing the shove to the purport that the French government has rescinded its order against or. Soule that he was to have left Don for Madrid on the 4th instant and that the of Fhyr is settled. None will Rej Oloc More than myself at the result provided it has been done in n proper manner. The full statements when received by mail will give us an Opportunity of judg ing whether it be so or not a american. J1tht received All for Salean assortment of the celebrated 8. R. 8ylvestrr,druggist, ac., Turner 11th Street and a. A. Dot 14 Ity intall Lorinc a. is a Day looked Forward to with great a Kefurt in the maw England states upon that Day All the family who May be previously at h distance from Home return if possible to meet at the old Homestead and i boy a pleasant reunion of hearts and interchange of sentiments. The delicacies of the season Are All served up on that Day and those that Are blessed with this world s goods Don t forget to see that their poorer neighbors Are Well provided for. In new England they regard this Day to a fam ily the ii applet of the whole year but some of our City fathers Are of opinion Liat the Manuer in which the Day is observed in this Vicinity brings anything but happiness to a family. On monday evening when the sul oct was up for consideration requesting the mayor to appoint a Day of thanksgiving one of the Board of aldermen who is a physician objected to a Day being appointed on the ground that the dissipation incident to such a Day was the cause of a great amount of sickness. The objection of this member however was Over ruled and the Resolution adopted and it is to he hoped that Liis year Tho Day which is api ii itch which our Cit Laena would prefer to be the Day designated by the mayor of Georgetown november23, will be so observed As to bring happiness to every family. a week posses away without something new is presented to our View. Passing along the Avenue last evening we were arrested in our Progress by observing a Large crowd assembled on Tho South Side nearly opposite Brown s hotel. On crossing Over we discovered Tho object of attraction a new and Clegatt confectionary Storo having just been opened there by or. J. G. Weaver. We took a stroll inside and were so highly pleased with its Beau Trail appear Ance that we made inquiry of the enterprising proprietor of the Gaines of the different artists employed in the fitting up when we were told the carpenters work was done by j. W. Fithugh painting by we. Carr paper hanging by Douglas Moore and the Gas fittings and fixtures by c. 11. Meyers Tho whole of which reflecting great credit in their respective branches of business. An establishment of this kind Lias Long been needed Down town where ladies after shopping can rest Talieh Selve and obtain a cup of chocolate Coffee sic., and any other refreshment that they desire. Odi Fellows remains of James e. Walds a member of the Washington Lodge who died on Tho 10th instant Are this afternoon being removed to his last Home. It is accompanied by the entire Lodge As also that of the patriarchs of mount Nebo Encampment preceded by an Excel Lent band. The deceased was greatly beloved by a Large Circle of friends and acquaintances. Firm ans we go to press the body of John Watson is being conveyed to his last resting place accompanied by the entire company of the perseverance of which he was a member. Tho Hose Carriage containing the Corpse is handsomely decorated and trimmed with Black velvet. The procession is very lengthy showing the Esti mation in which he was held and is preceded by Prosperi s Superb band discoursing solemn music. Invalid was an inaccuracy in yesterday s account of this valuable and convenient vehicle adapted for the aged and infirm built by messes. Haslup k Weyden. It was stated the Carriage was Hung six inches from the ground where sit should have been twelve. It farther said that it was intended for the son whereas it was built for or. R. K. Stone who we regret to say is in a very infirm state of health. last evening As or. Stettinius accompanied by a Friend was coming Down d Street Between ninth and tenth in Liis Wagon not observing the pole stretched across the Street ran against it which caused the horse to rear and Dise Ngangoc himself and run away. Both gentle men wore thereby thrown out the doctor being considerably bruised on the lip whilst his Friend was seriously Hurt in the shoulder. We think that wherever repairs Are being made in our streets the authorities should place lights there at night a an indication to travellers. opera inimitable band the Kunkels will make their first appear Ance in this City on monday next at the National theatre. Their delineations of negro life is the very Best that has Ever been presented to the pub Lic and we have no doubt that their nightly performances As hitherto will be crowded by numer Ous admirers of such entertainments. Rich and Sweet gaining our office this morning we found placed on our table two luscious Large cakes which had been sent us from Tho confectionary store of or. J. G. Weaver Penn Sylvania Avenue. We thought we had lost our Sweet tooth but on testing the Quality of those we found ourselves in so rejuvenated condition As to make a second trial of them. We have Only to say that in Richness and Quality we have Seldom tasted any to equal them. Cri rent operations or the treas it. Yesterday november 16, the following Treasury War rants were entered upon the Book of the Treasury department for the redemption of Stock f 13,283 for paying other Treasury debts. 8,80 00for the customs 81,824 of for covering into the Treasury from customs 47 78 for the War department. 8,447 00for the n avy department i for the Interior department k34 48 a coloured woman was committed to jail on two of throwing bricks and the other of attempting to set fire to the premises of a Man of her own complexion. Watch Walien for profanity in the Street Fine and Cost. Several poor person sin for lodging. Georgetown nov. 17, 1854. inquest was held this morning by Thomas Woodward Esq., Troner Over the tidy of a German named Charles in lenten who front the evidence was found about half past eleven o clock his head lying just on the Edge of Hugh dowing s Lime Irilan near Rosic Creek in this town his right hand partly Burnt off and the left one much Burnt. The jury found a verdict in Accord Ance with the fact in the Case. Married on the 1 Ruth of november by the Rev. E. Lippett w. Z. Bece to miss Mart l. Rat Bothof this City. The Mccond annual iia . Or the president s mounted guard which wan met Pemsl on them of november will be Given at Odd Pellow i Vilall on thur8day by Kino nov. 3d. Persons holding tickets or invitations Are respect fully invited to of Tutti lieutenant c. W. Flint , quartermaster John t. Evans sgt. J. . J. Pelion re. Tickets Ean be to rehashed from any member of Tho committee. Nor. 17.dtb Iff been appointed Secretary of the British legation at Wanh in ton. Bom Philadelphia. P111lainarm, nov. 17.there Wero numerous burglaries in this City lat night. The police fired revolvers at Ono in front Street last night who fired Back and escaped. A quarrel took place lat l evening at the Kabul Asylum Between two pensioners named Brussock and w. C. Riggs the latter was knocked Down and killed. Riggs was one of Decatur s Crew at trip Oil. The Philadelphia Penns Vanlan has a despatch dated Washington announcing that despatches had Lieen received by the government that Napo Leon had withdrew the objections to route s passing through prance. Mar Ken. New York nov. 17.flour.state and Ohio brands unchanged. Business moderate. Sales of 6,000 bbl. Southern heavy sales of 0,000 bbl. At yesterday s rates. Wheat firm sales of Genesee at i 42. Corn a trifle higher. Sales of too bushels of Western mixed at 00 1-2 to 01 1-2. Pork and lard firm. Beef unchanged. Whisky a Shade higher. Cotton firm. Al Timok nov. 17.flour.City Mills i quoted at &8. Loward Street at $8 26. Wheat has advanced 5 cents. Sales of red at 1 74 to $1 80. White at $1 76 to 1 86. of White at 74 to 77 cents yellow at 80 cents and firm. , $1 21, and Maryland 1 12. Georgetown markets november 16. 25 to full 26. Extra supcrfiae.18 75.superfine.8 60.wheat.White 1 70 a 1 76 bed 1 05 a �1 76. 78 to 78 Ouwita. Yellow 70 to 78. Corn inpal.95 cents to $1 00. Mill offal.shorts.1# to 19 cents. Brown stuff.25 to 28 cents. Ship stuff.42 to 65 cents. The anniversary of the Junior missionary society connected with the fifth presbyterian Church will be held in that Church on monday evening the 20th instant at 7 o clock. Addresses will be delivered and dialogues spoke by the children. The Publio Are respectfully invited to attend nov 17 Jet the columbian association of teach ers will meet at the smithsonian institution to mor Row saturday at 4 o clock p. M. Nov 17 a no License meeting will be held at Temperance Hall on sunday evening next at half past seven o clock. Or. Traon of Virginia or. . Clayton and others will address the Are invited to attend. Positively no closed doors nov 17. J. L. Kidwell Sec by. Of persons residing in the 3d 01 4th wards who desire to become subscriber to the daily or weekly american Organ will leave their names and number of residence at either of the following places Viz Adamson s plonk and periodical store seventh Street opposite the Post office Evans s drug store Corner of seventh and i or r. \ Payne s drug store Corner of fourth and. Massachusetts Avenue. R. W. Bates nov 14 agent. J3t person a Reidin in the Bevent Hward desiring to subscribe to the am Bicas Oban will leave their names at l. R. Holm adv grocery 596, seventh Street at usher s hotel near the steam boat wharf or with the agent no. 1st e Street. Nov 15 j. W. Mcelfresh. Oar Georgetown site Ribern who do not receive the paper regularly will leave Ali air name and address St Welch & Wilson a Joseph p. Ulirch a order. Linthicum s. W. I. Calhoun nov 15 no. 56, Jefferson Street. Cut he Kivel am for Halet afresh Stock of drag and Chemi cals Fanoy goods perfumery. Soaps hair oils hair dyes pomade Combs hair tooth Nail and hat banish be together with a Complete Assort ment of goods usually kept in a first class Drue store. B. R. Sylvester druggist nov 14 Cor. Penn. Avenue and Lith Street. Coal and Wood Yard. It e. Waters k co., dealers in Lehigh it Schuylkill red and White Ash Cumber land a bituminous and transition coals Hickory Oak and Pine Wood. Fuel delivered promptly to any part of the City by holiest and care nil Cartmen and butt ire Ifft and me examine his Stock believing Tysl if they shall do so they til i of f elsewhere to make their purchases. Repairing in his Benneh of business neatly a promptly attended to not j. T. Hodgson

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