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THURSDAY- EjlXtflNU, APRIL 85, 1B61.
KTTbe first regiment of Ohio Volunteer! or
ganlsed at Lanoaater PtDD . by the election of
A. McDowiu.-McCqok, Colonel, Edwabd
Peott, Lieoteqatit Colonel, aud Huohcs,
Major. The fret lad second regiments of Ohjo
Volunteers will ro into oimp at Lancaster, Fa,
"Evibt Citizen mat raiiLT w. warva
AND rOBUSH Hit SMTlBSUTt 0 ALL
kino atiroitsULC oa thb abiwb or the bioht
AND HO LAW SHALL BC fASSSD TO BIITBA1N
.inni waa MiiiTf or trSICef, OB OF '
rant." Ctnttiualu f Ohio, Article I, Ste. 11
We beg leave to cU the attention of the
Genewl Assembly of Onto, and the Executive
of the State, to the above clause, which will be
found io our Constitution , and which Mch one
of them took an oath, when going Into office, to
opport. Better let that clause stand, and not
attempt to Interfere with or obstruct the right
therein guaranteed.' If they are abused, the
laws of the land are, ample for the punishment
of those who.'are guilty.. " ,' V '
What True Patriotism Demands.
Oar country to aowlovolvsd in war. The time
for speculation, for argument or remonstrance
is past. The ster fact stares us in the fsce that
we are in the midst of a war, It is useless to
waste time in talking; the hour for action for
calm, prudent, yet earnest and decisive action
has come, t ... L-..
It must be gratifying to every patriotic heart
to see how readily, aol in whit vast numbers,
our fellow-oltUens, particularly, our young men,
are coming forward to serve the country in this,
her hour of need. The fires of patriotism, wnlcn
burned so brightly la the great era of the Revo
lution, are again rekindled, and the same resolnt
and aelf-aacr inclna- energy which laid the
foundations ot our glorious Union, is now put
forth for Us preservation. ....
All honor to the brave men who are willing to
leavs the comforts of home for the hardships of
the eampl They give, not iu words, but in aots,
the strongest proof of courage and patriotism
But a man to be brave and patriotic need not
necessarily become a soldier. Our country
needs soldiers, and the present prospeot is that
these will not be wanting, Yet these soldiers
can achieve nothing unless they are sustained
bv those who remain at home. These must
provide for tbem subsistence, furnish the gov
eromeot with the means for parrying the war
rigorously forward, that it may come to
seedier termination Tbey must take care
thoso who remain beliiad, and organize effective
ways for the defence and protection of their own
property and families, as well as ot tho?e who
have gone into the military service. .
Because our ouotry is invoked io war, the
ordinary pursaits of life the mechanical' and
agricultural avocations most not.be neglected
but aaoull, far that reasao, be pursued with
greater vigor.. Toe mQ who works la the
hop or the field to supply the necessities of
those who have gone oat to the war, to sustain
their families, and to keep the country from I ail
ing into the " wretahedaess " of poverty
and destitution may be as true a patriot as
soldier who wields with deadly effect the rifle
or the sword. J c - ' '
Thousands an J tens of thousands of eur stal
wart me"tt,. whose labor is needed in our work
shops and manufactories, and on our farms, ere
enlistingjss volunteers Or the defence of the
Union . No man can .calculate how . much the
productive industry of the country will suffer
by this heavy drain. But it is a necessity which
eunot be avoided, and we must prepare to meet
It as best we may. It should rouse every man
who remains at home to prudent tboughtfulnesa,
and incite him, In the words of Dr. Fbanklim,
on the breaking out of the Revolution, to "light
anew the candles of industry and economy,"
this dark and perilous hour. -.
Government Censorship of the Telegraph.
They are doing the revision baalnen rather itroog
Colnmttu. Ojveroor Simiuoa reiiewi tbe dlipitchei
of tb Atioeiateil Pren. which, of course, hive all been
pabliibed In (he New Yorlr payn, and atrlkes ont eueb
at he thtote the ntlitery oecenttiee reqalra to be eup
preteed; and the military neeeuittee srem In tome cues
to be anaceoanttblt . Of eaaree the hew York pepert
briar ilong tbe tapprseeed jnttter twenty honra after,
bat there s a eooi tractive tuppreiilon WAich leetil
aotwerth pnrpoee. r - : ' '
Oat Columbat otmtpondent thinks hit dlfpttchet
havias a hard time, rint, the florernor etriaet eat.
when the Oolambui operator revltee and ttrikee ont
balaoet. Moadey nl,ht bit ditpeuib wu revlied entire
ly oat of tight by ' inle double eoueortbip. At the tatte
tine, the commtretal't dttpetoh ant through, which
sbowe tbe mildod bannleM natnre oral neirt.
tl.ii. in.n oi.
Wo hare felt inclined for soma days past
peak of the subject , referred to in the article
from the Cincinnati Gizttte of yesterday, which
we copy above. For the past week we have been
subject to censorship over our columns,
far as telegrsphio matter Is concerned) as com
plete and perfeot as ever existed.'' Gov. Dru
hisoh ha aisueasd to revise the news dispatch
es of the Afsocis'ted Press, and to suppress such
parte of tbem as be may deem fit. This morn
ing we received from . the telegraph office our
dispatches of last night. .These dispatches show
that eighteen, pages of matter were sent to us,
whereas we received less than thirteen. 7 .
We are wholly ignorant of the source whence
Gov. Dcnmisow derives nls authority for so ex-
traordinary an act; an act of usurpation wholly
without authority, and' inconsistent with' the
rights of tbe eitissnnd the liberty of tbe press.
The Governor night, with as much right, re
quire the Postmaster at Columbus to band bim
our correspondence for bis inspection. We
protest against thei whole thing. - The people
want to know, ought to know, and will know
what isgolng on. They are hungry for news,
and the very fact that it is known that they do
not get all that is going, aad that is legitimate
to be knewa will have a very bad Influence.
t But there is, withal, something Very ridicu
lous in this matter." The very dispatches which
the Governor wastes bis valuable time la revis
ing, oome to ns In all the New Tork papers,
twenty-four hours after we have been deprived
tbe privilege pf publishing! - : , .
Our opinion is that Gov. Dsminsoif can em
d!ov his time more usefully .and more to the Dub
lie interest and advantage, toan in cupervisiog
the news items of the Associated Press. The
people of Ohio, and the volunteers bow in eamp,
are as fit to be. trusted with the current news
as the people f any" other State, and should
not, and must not, be ieprived of It '
Let Gov. Dsftrttsow' and his stsff, and all the
military,1 keep their own secrets communicate
nothing of their .views and intentions to tbe
public, that should not be known by all but let
tbem not invade the rights of the press and of
, tbe people. n t
F. 8 .-Siucs the foregoing was prepared for
the press, we have received from the telegraph
office a portion of ths sheets which did net oome
to bsodlo the morning. " 'r 4 :
Old Ashtabula.
Ourootemporary, the Journal, tr'ud to per
suade, us pr Tuesday, thai everything was on
Ore on the Reserve,' and thati AsbUbuia, IjO
rain, and other counties, had come up to the
scratch manfully. Since ourootemporary Joined
the Union party, it, like all new converts, is
likely to be deceived, snd ready to accept for
fact that which mty happen to have no founda
tion whatever.' V have the ji'Maiufo Jlv-
nd of Wednesday, April 24, before us, and its
the best evidence of what is going bnW that
county, we publish the following official order
of D. Cadwill, Brigadier General, to the
"Men of Ashtabula:" ' ; ;,.,);'! f ;;
TO ARMS 1.1 j'.'.i '
HEAD QUARTERS,
JEFFERSON, Apr. 21, 1861.
MEN OF ASHTABULA!
The President and the Governor of Ohio call
upon you for Volunteers. .; ,
MEN ARE WANTED NOW.
Maryland has seceded and Washington is In
danger: '
Let Ashtabula County meet tn naue at Jef
ferson, Ohio,
Tkurtday, April 25th, " '-, "
at 10 o'clock, A. M., to consider the matter and
form companies.
HON. B. F. WADE
will address you. Orders and instructions will
be given for forming companies. ' r
D. CADWELL,
Brig. Gen'l 3d Brigade,
Brig. Gen'l 3d Brigade, 9th Div. Ohio Vol. Mil.
From this military order to the men of Ashta
bulai It seems that they are to meet to-day (the
25th of April) " (s rteontider tht matter and form
companies." More than three times as many
troops as the requisition on Ohio called for, have
now been tendered, and now old Ashtabula, ths
home of GiDDiNoa, is to meet to consider the mat
ter, and having considered, she can tafdy offer
as many volunteers as she may think proper
If the occasion had been the resistance of a
United States officer In the capture of a negro
nnder the fugitive slave law, Ashtabula would
have been in arms at moment's warning, but
the present exigency requires that It first be
considered. - -
Is a Man Free to Vote his Conscientious Sentiments?
tlmentsl . .
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in
fenator Mewmts, from Iht Fcloto Dittrici, a Democrat
by birth, education and practice, and tiring on the very
bordertof Kentucky, wee deeply Impreitwi with the be
lief that a peaoe policy wu the only one safe for his con
stituents and safe tor the country to adopt.
Bo tlrongly impreawd wat he with thin belief that he
felt It a eonidentlout duty to toezprett hli opinlonin his
yott on tbt war bill to suddenly prune upon tint body.
No truer man to hit country erer breathed than Mr.
Newman, and It wat atieTition to thit country that led
him to hit concluiioni. But belnr the only member In
either Bonte who voted no en inefloal patsage of the
bill, he wat hunted and hounded by tht Republican prett
from one end of the State to the other aa a ' traitor."
But the call for foldlertwent forth and tht raukt were
to be 111 Hog in tht Portemouth comoany, and the Kepub-
licane failed to jrtpond. the Democrat, filled nn the
rank,, to that ivM -mpany of nlnet odd there were but
four or five whoXa not Democrat, or Bell-lCetrett
men all but tbouruiteen belnr orimoal Democrat! and
among them the ton ot th e denunnced traitor to dr
nounoed by Kepuulkant who refund to respond to the
Oovernor't call. - r
Thit company arrived In thi, city lite lat Tbanday
night, and found no ont to take charge of them, or pro
Tide quarter! or rations; they were met at tht State
Boaie etene ny nenaior iiarriaon 01 ataaiion Uonnty,
eonMrratlTe, who, iteing their condition, invited them
to qnartera In tht Senate Chamber, whUh tbey grateful
Iv accented. ItlipropertoaaythMth.il comnanrhad
been at Camp Jaekton befort goinf to l he Capitol, but
could find neither quarter, nor anything to tat.
At toon at they were known to hare arrired. Senator
Newman and Judgt (Jollioi or tht Houat haiteoed to
aee them, and after furnlahlnr them refreihn ent. and
the btyt harlng to leare for the east on the cart at
three o dock tbt tame night, Meten Newman, Harrieon
and Colliot went orer to Amtoa' old ConfecUoner
land, and ordered, at their own eipenae. a rich repeat
lor tht wholt company, to be ready at 1 o'clock, A. M.
Attar tht tapper wat orer, 8eoatr Newman wai called
on for a tpterh by hit toldier oomtltuentt. In which
poke with tht feelinga of a father, and hoped they
would ttand by tht ttari and atripee while a alip waa
left flying, and at tht eonelueitn there volunteen gav
three rouai' t eneert for their erod and noble Senator.
Such are the men that theaa Republic ina deooanea
traitoril It it not to ail orer the country?
If tbitwareontinuet, and call after call la made for
volunteen, and the proeptet now looke that way, theat
Kepublleani will aart temetning oim to do la the ted
than Iniult their neighbors by foul and talee tpithttt.
Tbrr thou'd think of that in dut tine, at wt hart launch
ed our Slate and National bark on a wild and troablona
tea, to the midtt of roekt and ahoala, with no harbor In
tlgbt, and tut Macon ligats pat out. (JrUU, April, Si,
. The men who dsnonnoed 8enator Mbwsiam
belong to that class of cheap patriots, who nev
er Intended to engage in the war, and adopted
the system of abusing as good and true men
the country has within it, as a shield to cover
np their own want of courage and patriotism-
Such men, in sixty days to come, will, as they
should, be expelled from the society of all de
cent mm. ' ' ; :
A Protest.
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to
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the
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to
We protest sgainst the disposition manifested
at all public gatherings by a certain class of
speakers, who invariably make themselves con
spicuous, to cram black republicanism 'down
me throats ot an tne people, we nave unheal
tatingly signified our determination to stand
by and support the government in Its present
emergency. The democracy of tbe North are
united in tne same determination. Tbe demo
cratic party are not willing ta see tbe flag of
tne union trailed in tne . dust. JJotln thus
standing by and protecting that fUe. we bv no
means, nor does the democratic party, approve
of tbe administration of Mr. Lincoln, nor do we
or tbey consider tor a moment that this war is
without cause on their part.- We simply suspend
inquiry, durincr tbe pendency of. the dan
gers, into tbe policy that has been Dunned, tin-
on tbe frequently avowed principle that, right
or wrong, tne government is to DS maintained.
This ; being tbe disposition of the damo
eratic masses, who constitute a large proportion
of tbe volunteers now enrolliog their names for
ue aeienoe ot tne national sag, and who large'
ly compose tbe gatherings that are beld daily,
how discourteous it is, to use no stronger term,
for republican speakers to drag into their re
marks, as tney invariably do, studied and elab
orate arguments in defence of the policy that
uas oeen pursuea oy toe administration. . Again
we say we protest against it, sod shall continue
(o protest sgainst it. Tbe democratic oartv
does not endorse tbe administration of Abraham
Lincoln more now wan. formerly. Dtfrti! Free
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Singula Disrosmon or a Parainv't R .,..
It may not be generally known tbat the remains
of Anthony Wayne were first interred near th'
block bouse which stands on tbe bia-h bluff
wuicu cumoiauut toe cuiranoe to tne B arbor of
Erie, and tbey lay there until 1809. when bit
1. 1 L. . . . u -
son went on from Chester county,' Pa.; to Erie.
! 1 1 . I I . -
in tuiay tiwo-wueeita carriage), and rmn.
ad tbem to their present reetina nltnn-' On.
riving at brie, be employed "Old Doctor Wal
lace," so called to distinguish him from tbe
present ur. w aiiace, to take on h a fathAt'a
mains, pack tbe bones in as small a place as
possible, and lasb them on tbe bind Dart of hie
sulky. Dr. Wallace took up the remains, snd
found them in a perfect state of preservation,
except one foot. He bad been buried in full
uniform, snd tbe boot of the decayed foot wss
also decayed, while tbe other boot remained
sound; and a man by Iba name of Duncan bad a
mate to It, aud wore tbem oat- Duncan's foot,
uas tne uenerars. wss verv laree. Dr. W.l
lace cut and boiled tbe flesb off the bones, packed
them in a box, lashed them on to the
and tbey were brought and deposited beside tbe
rewoitneiamuy., 9 -u
j
, Foe Soirrca Uspxaooiria Riraias. Passed
direst from Charleston (says the Norfolk
Herald) state tbat a large fores of mechanics,
oarpenters, masons, Ate., had been set at work
to repair the walla of Fort Sumter, and rebuild
the barracks and other houses destroyed by ths
"hot shot from Moultrie., The- Jortifioition
will be fully restored in a abort tlm. and r.i.
to work out iu mission in protecting the bar
bor and city of Charleston from invasion,,
Tin Wiit PoisTtas want to Fiosrr A l..
mitjoritv of the graduating class at the West
Point Military Academy hire forwarded a no.
tillon to the Secretary of War, through the Su
perintendent, rsqoostiog to be cOmmisslotaed In-
stantly, and afforded an immediate opportunity
Of manifesting the patriotism and devotion to
tu goveremeut-: :;i a.., v. C3 ,,x
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
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iDJOUENKD BESIIOK.'"
IN SENATE.
WEDNESDAY, April 24, 1861.
After ajall, the eoate proceeded tobusi-
new
f:'. - i if'.
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SlCSSAOC rtOM TB Q3VIIH0S
A message wu received from tbe Governor,
In response to a Joint Resolution of tbe Gen
eral Assembly asking lor iniormation concern
lng contracts made for boarding, uniforming,
' . l . . r: ... i i t u.. . ...i
OtO. Ot tut iruuua bu viuuiuuawi, uuiuuiuub ui
Cleveland, ani for the manufacturing of arms,
. The message consisted. of copies of sundry
contracts made with various parties for supplier,
to wltt '" ' - ' '
1. CP L. Butler, Luther DooaUson and
Theodore Comstovk, of Columbus -sgree to
furnish Goodale Park for temporary quarters
and barracks; to fit up suitable barraik tor two
regiments and provide tbem wttb tneir regular
meals lArrs times a day to consist of food of
good quality and well cooked, including at least
tbe following articles, via: Freeh and salt beef,
nark, mutton, bread, butter, potatoes, ooflee,
sugar, milk, and the usual condiments for the
table, to be servra in a neat, cieaniy ana wnoie
some manner to tbe- satisfaction of the Com
missary General. The State to pay 60 cents
per day, and $1,000 to defray )n part expenses
nf nrftneratinn.
2. 6.C ScovilJ, of Cleveland, makes similar
agreement for Camp Taylor., n,,, . -
3.. Henry F. Handy, a similar agreement for
Camp Harrison. ? ' ' .'
4. AerfemeoU with parlies la Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Zioesville
make 8,000 regulation uniforms at $16.00 eaoh.
5. Contraot for 2.000 red flinnel shirts with
Stone & Eaaibrook, at $1 40 each,
The documents and message were laid op the
table.
INVI9T10ATINO OOMMITTIt
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On motion of Mr. MOORE, the H J. R.No.
135. relative to the appointment of a Joint com
mittee to investigate the manner in which tbe
troops have been subsisted, was taken up
Mr. COX questioned the propriety ol the pas
sage of the reeolution,ainoe the troops are being
mustered into the U.S. service, and tbey will be
taken from tbe control of the contractors and
put under control of United States effioers,
that if there has been any abuse it will be corrected.
Mr. Cox said, moreover, it bad
been contemplated to collect so many troops
tbu point, but communication being cut on wun
Washington, they were necessarily stopped
here in greater numbers than anticipated.
Messrs. UA3UH, MUUtts. and moauu in
eisted . that inquiry is necessary and proper.
Thev . were satisfied tbe oonu-aot lor the sub
sistence of troops at Camp Jackson , bad been
violated, and tbe men bad not been properly
cared for. .
Tbs resolution was adopted.;'
Mr. MORSE, from tbe committee on Militia,
reported S. B. 308-For tbe relief of families
Volunteers In the S tate or United States service
during their term of service. Rule suspended
and bill read a second time and referred to tne
committee ou Judiciary. ' . . ..
Mr. ORR, from a Select committee, reported
S. B. 309-For tbe relief of families of soldiers
in tbe service of the State or Uuited States.
Read a second time and referred to Judiciary
com mittee.
The bill to lease tbe Public Works was taken
from the table, a motion to postpone it indefi
nitely penning '. .
. Mr. PARISH' made an elaborate argument
against the motion, and advocating the lease
tbe canals- '
Ths motion Was lost yens 17, nSjs 13
President deciding in the uegatlve
Those who voted ilk tbe aftf-mall ve were
Messrs. Breck, ColIinsV Cummins, Harrison,
Harsh, Jones, Key, Lasltey, AlcCall, .Moore,
Morse, Potts, Potwtn, Read,' Smith, Sprague,
Stanley and Mr.' rresidentVlB.
Those who voted in tbe negative were'Messrs
Brewer, Bonar, Cuppy, Eyfeoh, Ferguson, Fish
er, Foster, Garfield,' Gjfens.NHolmes, Monroe,
Newman, Orr, Parish PerrHl, Ssblelch
White 17.
Mr, CUMMINS moved toVrike out
proposition of Jarvis, Msdnery k Co , at $20,000,
and insert tbat or Conover Jt Co , st$2o,0U0,
Upon a division of tbe question, the Senate
refused to strikeout the names of Jarvis, Med
(Mr & Co. . .
Those who voted in tbs affirmative were
Mae art. Brew
s, Cummins, Hurl
son, Harsh, Job
ey, ' IHcuall, Moore,
Morse, Pariah. Re
mlth, Sprague, Stanley
ia
Those who voted
negative were '
- Messrs. Breck,
Cuppy, Etson, Fergu
field, Glass, Holmes,
son, Fisher, Foster,
Monroe, lNewma:
Perrill. Potts, Potwln,
Schleicb and W
Tbe question turning -upon tbe insertion
135.000 for 420,000,
Messrs. MOORE, McCALL,' FERGUSON,
and MONKOE expressed their decided prefer
encefor an open letting of the canals. Mr. ORR
desired te let to specific parties known to
responsible. ; ' J "
Mr. MONROE dalledftr a division upon
original motion ot MrytSchletcb, several dajs
since, but still pendiokto strike out ths clause
providing for open itting and insert the bid
medoery st UO
Mr SCHLEI'
tbu mode,
advocated Bis ai
meet. " " " '
. Mr. tASurrMa'
ed direct letting to reapon
sible parties, ai
a tne amendment of Mr
Schleicb.- -
The questiorr teenrring on division of
question relating toNMr.Schleich's motion,
motion to strike out we proposition for letting
at public anotion was lost. ' ' " '
' Mr. JONES moved tbe reference of the
to tbe Judiciary committee for amendmebt.
Withdrawn. -- -J ' - '
Tbe question recurred upon agreeing to certain
amendments by a select committee. " Said
smendments being substantially to let the Pub
lio Works to the highest bidder. Atrced to.
' The question then turned upon the passage
toe nous bui, as amended., and the bill passed
yeas 23, oars 11' 4 - " ' 1
' Those who vote in thsj affirmative were
Messrs. Breck, BreVeryBonar, Cuppy, Eason,
rerguson, r isner, toster, liarneld, " OlasJ,
Holmes, niouall, wqurke, Moore, Kewman.Orr,
Parish, Perrill, Scheichtaoley andWhitc
"Those who voted in the negative were
Messrs. Collins, Cammins, Harrison, Harsh,
Jones; nev, Laskey, Potwm, Ready,' Smith,
SDrawe 11. ' ' iv- I -'--
- A resolution was offered by Mr. SCHLEICH,
directing tbe Secretary of State to compile
publish in pamphlet form 6,000 copies of
existing militia laws or the state.
Mr. HARRISON explained that bo had Voted
no on tbe motion of Mr. Cummins to strike
and lasers Cooover k Co s. bid, and asked
change bis vote from no to yea. He bad
voted lor tbe purpose or defeating the lease,
became be was opposed to both leasing
selling. Leave was granted, and the vote
recorded. Recess. ..- uv .BvS-m..
sr. Co lib
as, Ltk
1st the
Bovar.
Gar
nOr
hit e 13
Buend
avor
X!
OF REPRESENTATIVES.
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,!-:; "(?-.' fc.rluvii;
WEDNESDAY, April 24.
' Mr. BLAKE3LEE ihtrodaced H.' B 499-'
To amend tbs City Incorporation act, in relation
to' tbe Boatlnsr debt of Cleveland, which
read the tret time, when ' - ' "
Mr. BLAKESLEE moved that the rule
suspended, and tbe bill be read a second rt
now,,.' u.uj,.- a ii rf..(4i
Mc. BRUFF objected to fehS suspension of
rule, as he thought 'here wu too much haste.
mr.-lL,AK.t-8L,tt; and Mr.. BTtUMAN
thought the bill was to plain as to read re
tints to understand lti'' ' "
The House refused to suspend the rule. ' 5
Mr.FLAGG.Irtmtbeeommltteeoo th Mill.
tia, reported back (I B, 489 To provide for
orgaaisatlon of the- Home Guard, wblcb was
latdOD th table umpovarily. - '
Mr. VlHUtm i recorded bis vote in favor
the War bill; oi ,.,.. .... .
The Judiciary committee reported back 8.
293 To amend' th 'la regulating marriage
licenses, and rsoommended its -indefinite post
ponement, -which a agreed to; ' a - J ' "
!i Th saass eossmittee reported bsak TI. B ." 415
Relating to school) when if was referred
tbe committee oa Schools and School Lands. '
Tbe ms committee reported back H. B. 453
For-QaO WarranfeKAgalnst toropike1 roads,
wiinout reoommenaation, whes tbe bill Iras or
dered to be engrossed,' and! theft feed a third
time, When' ,(iw.-i.w u s-i;.
'TbbUI wss read thkdUTms hd cassed-s
yeas 71, nays 3.
w aTs.oaiawin,vonvrse,snd Kee,sn Mor
to
so
row, were appointed on the committee of Con
ference on the General Appropriation Billt I '
S. B. 307 To regulate telegraph companies,
was read the first time, when tbe rule . was sus
pended, and the bUi read: a seeond and third
time now. '
Mr. HUGHES moved to amend by striking
out the second section, which prohibits the vol-
uoteeriug-or ylegraph operators except by per.
mission ef the Governor. (iy '; i i
MrvCH Aakmorad tbat the. bill
Illberererrod
to the Judiciary committee.
. Mr. BHUrr moved the previous question,
wbioh waa sustained, when . - s
' The amendment of Mr. HUGHES was dis-
sgreed to yeas 25. navs SI.
I he vote was then called on tbs passage or
the bill, which resulted-ryeaf Gl, navs 13.. So
th hill , n....H -v
Messrs. ROBINSON. WELSH. STOUT,
WOODS and HERRICK ware appointed on the
Joint oom mittee to inquire into tbe manner of
provisioning m volunteers at uamp jaessuu,
S B 805-Relatine to tbe Militia, was read
tbe first and second times, snd referred to tbe
committee on f inance, and tbe bill ordered to
be printed. - --"-.? --:-
. H. B 489 To establish Home Guards, was
taken from the table, with the pending amend
ment. '
. Mr. DEVORE moved to. amend by allowing
members of tbe Guard to be less than twenty
one rears of aee. which was dlssereed to.
wr. vutiib moved that tbe bin oe referred
to the committee -i of the Whole, wblcb was
aereed to, when
; Tbe House resolved itself into committee of
the' Whole, Mr Herrick in tbe chair, and
took il'p H. B. 48, relating to Home Guard,
aud after some time scent ia tbe consideration
thereof, the committee rose and reported the
bill back, with sundry amendment?, which were
agreed to, when 1
Mr. JESSUP moved to amend by striking out
tbs limit of sixty years of sge, wblcb was dies
greed to
'. Mf."SCOTT, of Warren, offered an amend
ment limiting tbe duties of tbe Home Guard,
to their own oounty in counties bordering oo tbe
Oblq river, wblcb. waa agreed to. Also, tbat the
Guard shall not operate beyond the State, which
was agreed to. p . '
Mr. J ESSUP moved to amond by authorising
township organization of Companies, which was
disagreed to.
Tbe bill wu then ordered to be engrossed
and read a third time to-morrow
The House then adjourned.
IN SENATE.
THURSDAY, April 25, 1861.
SSCONO KIAnlNQS.
S. B. No. 303 Making appropriations for
repairs of the Publio . Works for 1801 and the
first quarter of 1BG2. - Publio Works.
1 ' ' riBBT RCAPIMOS.
of
II. B No, 453 To require Commlssianers
or Miami county to institute proceedings in quo
warranto sgainst turnpike and plank road com
canies in certain cases.
H. B No 427 Providing for the creation and
regulation of township 'agricultural societies
1 The Senate sgreed to House amendments to
9 B. No. 286 -For the protection of fisheries
on tbe Sandusky and Portage rivers.
" RiroaT1 or stakdiko oommittks.
of
tbe
and
tbe
.
Mr. READY, from the committee on Muni
cipal Corporations, reported S. B. No. 310 -To
amend an act relating to cities or the first class
having a population of less than 80,000.
Mr. rUKtllLL, Irom-tne committee on Ag
riculture, recommended the indefinite postpone
ment or II. a. No. dil being tbe dog bill.
Agreed to.
' Mr. JUNES, trom tbe committee on rubiic
Works, recommended the passage ol H. B. No.
483 Supplementary to tbe act of March 24,
concerning the fublio Works. It consoll
dates the Publio Works under the supervision
of the Boards
, Tbe bill passed yeas 22, nays 0.
, Mr. JONES, from tbe committee on Agricul
ture, recommended tbe passage of H, B. 416
Amending tbe inspection act. Passed.
.. Me. HARSH, from the committee on Claims,
reported in favor, of the-postponement pf the
claim or Isaiah Rogers. Agreed to, -Mr.
SCHLEICH, from tbe Judiciary com
mittee, reported adversely to a petition to
change tbe name of the Meeoa oil district
Agreed to. . I. - : -
. Mr. STANLEY, from the joint conference
committee on Senate amendments to tbe gen
eral Appropriation Bill, reported la favor of the
adoption of certain, Hodse amendments, and
that tbe House recede from one of its amend
menu, i Agreed to.
, The Senate then took a recess.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
THURSDAY, April 25th, 1861.
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Prayer by Rev. JUr.MoC,une. -' '':'
Mr.-TANNETHILL asked and obtained
leave to reord bis vote on tbe War bill, and
voted yta.
j He said: When he looked upoa tbe past, and
oome down to tbe present time, and see the de
fection of this day, he coulJ not rest quiet' He
was for tbe country; and be bad two sons in tbe
harness, ready for tbe fight and for tbe country.
Holmes county is for her country, and ber peo
ple wut never nincn. xney are oo cowards.
For himself, be was for tbe Union now and for
ever.' I
Mr.. NIGH presented the memorial of tbe
Sebooll Board of Ironton, asking that thslr
surplus, fund may be spplied to military pur-posse.-1
-. II. B. 409 To provide forth organization
oi Home uuaros, was reea a intra time, when
-Mr BURR offered an amendment, which
limits) the operations of Home Guards to their
oouutie or vicinities Involving their safety,
wmcniwaa agreed w.n iJ.ttj
i oMr-i DEVORE moved to amend by striking
outt tbe section providing for additional subal
tern Officers, which was disagreed to.
;J4r JESSUP moved to amend by making the
out to provide lor townsnip organisations, wblcb
was agreed to.
.. MrUROWNE.of Miami, opposed tbe bill.
beoauss be thought H.would b of ao efficiency,
aa now amended. It would only get np military
displays, without any-useful application to tbe
general defence; while It would discourage vol
unteering ior tne general oeieaee ic i
Mr. PLANTS thought the gentleman bad not
MOkeo over we bin wun proper care. He (aid
this bill was merely to embrace in the military
organization those who would nor be eligible to
enrollment in tbe regular service. It could not
stand in tbe way of toe organisation of the vol
unteer snd Reserve Militia service. .It would
be Ominently nssluliu 4ne military training
would give tbe people.
Mr. BLAKESLEE said that the people of bis
couoty Dad no idea or joining a Home (iuard for
their local protection, Thev ideas of a Home
Uuard are for tbe protection of the whole State:
and be would, therefore, move to reconsider the
vote toy wblcb tbe amendment of Mr. Burr was
adopted. --- it- 'i 'm it
i Mr. EEISlftGER laid the' people of bis
county were now forming themselves into
Horns Uuards for tbe protection of tbe whole
State, and they expected to go wherever
tbey were needed. '
i MrMoCLUNG suggested to amend the bill
so aa to make it teneral In tbe whole State.
Mr FLAGG explained Ahat Oi bitj-was U
provide arrangements for the protectil jtl the
border counties, tbat are necessary there, but
soim oeeaea in in interior, it oould not bare
a teodebcy to restrain the patriotic ardor of tbe
people, t Tbey are not coward, snd eacnot be
made such. It was needed to reduce to order
aad system the many thousands who are arming
every where for tbe home protection. -r ' i
Mr. McCLCNO contended tbat the efficiency
or tn wnoie ytem wouia o lost u their opera
tlooe were limited to their own couutie.
-MrJONASshowrd tbat th Home Guard
would b most advantageous in. the mititary
training it would afford. .
i Mr, DEVORE said the people of bla county
would be found wherever there is danger, wheta
sr organised or not. If we are to have suoh a
guard, be would like to hav all oounty line
removed i.-y--v
1 JVlr. SEARS sald he bad joined a noma guard
already, and they expected and desired to go
to any polos Whsfe they are needed; and he
would bat -like, any .trammel, to be thrown
around the spirit ot patriotism thus manifest
ing itsblf. .Vi,J.'?
i Ms. FELLOWS desired ) have little left
for the ipirit 'of .' patriotism to do. He would
nave 'DC piao forced rt limited: II wanted a
guard that would know ao limit but that of th
tate. ili"wouldxot vote for any bill that
wouldi bffer any maar a exouse for neglect of
bi duty, or tempt him to. stay at boms when
dut requirftd um,tu9Uer post .veil
Mr. COLLINS said that he was satlfid'wlih
tbe bill in its present shape.. Ue was willing to
entrust tbe deienoe or bis city in toe uanua oi
the women, inasmuch as he did not believe the
citizens of Kentuoky contemplated any- attack,
upon any border city io the North, and bones-
lentiy regarded tne measure as uieiean,
Mr.VORIS moved to lay the bill mtho.ta-
b!e, whioh was disagrsed to.
Tbe motion to reeroeider was distgreea to-
yeas29,nays41. , : ! ". , ; J
i. ii -e rr . Bat TV
rnainir m can oi tun aiuuee. mr juauv
W IN- made a report from the committee or
Conference, on the General Appropriation bill.
whlnh waa ac-reed to veas 04. naiS-O. V i
The vote was then called on tne ipassage oi
II. B. 489 To provide for Home Uuards-ana
rnaiiltarl rota 57. nave 12.
The Senate Joint Resolution-providing for
the publication of the militia laws in pamphlet
form was taken np, wnen .. ..
Mr. DAVIS moved to amend bv having 1,000
xnniaa nrinted In addition thereto, in German. -.
"r.1" r---- . - -T- . . : ' u.
Mr. f LA IN la moved tnas mere urn peiutcu
35,000 ooples In English and 5,000 In German,
that enough may be printed lor a general ,o,is
trlbauon to too people. i r-.' M v.
Tbu Hnnaii than took a recess. -' ' 1
! '(('
,
The following Is the rate of pay ' of the
United States' regulsr troops, and to which the
m.titia Is entitled, when called into service. 'A
oa.-tofit only is In cash, the remainder being
made up In rations, &c-, at a fixed valna
Colonel, per month t $318 00
Lieutenant Colonel, per month 1M 00
Mtjor, per montb 17SV0
flantaln.ner month HBrO
rirat Llrutenant, permontn uo or
Beoond Lieutenant, per month 103 50
Brevet Second Lieutenant, per month .w.
101 50
Vint or Orderly sergeant, per montn. ......
119 00
17 00
S3 00
WOO
31 00
Oiher Sergeantt, per montb
uorporalt, per monta.....
Prlraltt, per month
Huiictane, pet month V
A HoriroL Chanos, It is a remarkable fact
that, for the first time since tbe Revolution, ths
entire population of Massachusetts are united in
favor of war. and cordially aid the General Gov
ernment to conduct it to a successful termina
tion. - ' ' ' ' "!
ETA grandson of Simon Kenton, who enlist
ed in sn Indiana regiment, fell off the cars on
tbe way to Indianapolis, and had both legs out
nil th, ehfcll. MflfllPa. -Uli.o .-!
IT All should read Prof. Wood'a advertiso-
ment in another column.
"irr See advertisement of Prof. MiiiM!
Hair Invigorator In another column. . .. ,
GutBNoir's Balm is one of tbe best remedies
for Headache we have ever known. ,,,
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Probate Hotios Settlement of Accounts.
THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS HAVE
been filed In the Probate Court of Franklin county,
Ohio, and will be beard for settlement on Iseaday,
the Slat day of May, A. D. M61. to wit i - -
Tbe tratand final account ot noan uaviaton, tarn r
d bonit non of Jacob Khoada, deo'di tbt firet aocount
of Qeorge Wagner, tiecutor of tht will of Michael Ihoat
aa, dee'd; tht final acoount of W m. Brown, deo'd, guar
dian of Davll Cutler, Joel Cutler and Amy Cutler, ren
dered by Smith Foetie attm-ror aaia wm. crown, ace a;
the final account of Valentine Schneider, adm'r of Jo
aeph Bacbman, dee'd; tbe final account of Bamuel X.
Blartln, guardian ot rim. . noppcr, wm kuouu nwuni
of ramuel T. Martin, guardian of George A. Hoppta;
the firat aocount of Bamuel T . Martin , guardian of Tnom
aa J. Hopper; the final account ot George 1.. Ooorerae,
adm'r of John O. Mell.dec'd; theteeond acoount or Jona
Knox, executor of the will of Panl Wambengh, dee'd;
theteeond account of Lawrenc Wilcox, adm'r of Am
nrd Rearaa.dac'd: the tecond account of Michael War
nar. auardiin of Frederick Geytr: the tecond account of
8 K. Baomie and O - Carolina Mattoon,' txtoator of
the will of Willie Mattoon, deo'd; tht flrat acoount
Daniel Brae, guardian cf Geo. W. Beera; and tbe Ant
account of Mary L. II. Bhtlden, exeeatrix of H. JL
Sheld,o.de4J. " n. B. AtBIRT, .'
aptllS3:dltAwlt . . , Probate Judge.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAV.
The following new and magnlfleent firat-olatspaddi-
wceel Btcamtnlpt oompott me aoovt line:
ADRIATIC. 5.888 tons burthen, 1 Capt, J. lfiOXT
(Formerly of tbe Collins Lino )
HIBKRNIa, . 4.400 tons burthto, Oapt. M. Paotraa.
COLUMBIA, 4410 M It.LaiTCH.
ANGLI4, ,4.401) " "? Hicaouoa.
PAOIH0, 8 BOO " "' " I. Skiih.
PRINOB ALBERT (Screw.) .. -; r.' f . '
.. 3,300 " . L " J.WAUtsa.,
Ont of th abort eblpt will leare New Tork or Boston
alternately trery Tneaday fortnight, for Oalwayi car
rying tht government mailt, touching at Bt. Johns,
N. F.
Tht Steamers of this lint hare been contracted with
the greateet car, nnder tht taperriilon of tbt gortrn
ment, hare water-tight compartments, and an nnexeel
led foreomfort, safety and apttd any eteamtrt afloat.
They are eommandtd by able and experienced offioera,
and every exertion will bt made to promote tht oomfort
of paaaengert. 1 ...
An experienced Sutgesn attached I each ahlpV '
KATEs) or FASSACE.
Flnt-clait N. T. or Boston to Oatway ortlrerpool 1 100
Beeond-clait, " ' " " 75
Flrst-olaat, " " to8t John's ' 35
Thlr4-clu, ' " ' " " ' ttOalway ortlrerpooU
or any town la Ireland, oa aKatlway,'-- 1
Third-claw paaaengert are liberally eupplled with pro
Vlilons of the beat quality, cooked and terred by tnttn-
vantt of the Company d ' -
HETCRIf TICKETS?'
Parties wliblng to tend for thtlr friends .front th old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway,
Ireland, or from the principal cities of Kngland andntot
land, at very low rate. , . ...
Pauengera for Mew Tork, arrlting by tht Boston
Steamere; will be forwarded to New York free of obargt.
- Forpaieige or further Information, apply to ,
....... W iL WI0K6Alf ,
At tbe office of the Company, on the wharf, foot.
Canal ttreet. New York. '-' V ! ;'
HOWLAN0 as ABPINWAMj, Agents. i 7i
aprtuu:dom.
BUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
rAcr
AT STOR6
'l TT ft J
est
11 V!
j. r-
Town Streets
. . - V... 4J 4 wt J j
TO SUIT THE ..TIMES
; , ' ! j jai-n. .a '3i I
WAR I .WAR ! ! ' WAR ! 1
AWHO TO THE W Alt' BETWEEN
KJ tbt Union and tht Bunny South, I hart concluded
to sell out .
ALL MY';0Ci0ifjm
IVIS
BELOW oaa-
The stock oonalsta of ths largest lot if' '' '"'
YIIITE GOODS
-l
, In the city of Columbus ;
nil-ii
'O ?i
JACOKKtS, ' . '
CAKBRTCI, "
! rtiini! mi
BBIUUbTTB,
n.n.-T
', ;; ' ' BlDliLa,
80IT FIWISH CAMBBI0S, - ..
COLLARS. EDQINQS, BKIBT BSATTJ,
B0SI8BY, FIBS, BUJI05S,
anwnn nnniri ivn rrt.
and all kinds of , ,.,t
" NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES
the best HOOP SKIKTS In Columbtu, an Btfht
, Wholesale and Retail,
Then, lailles, all, bjlh great snd iniall,,,,.
Oome, girt mt a eall,
And then you'll Bad A. H. K. W! Jt --
In all his Glory. -- - r .
A. M. t. BTORRIB, igent,
Rtmember the War I So. Ci Town autet.
aprllidlm . . , A C9lumbiu,,pwj
BONNKTI, HIDUONS TABS, AND
ROCHES, new stylet, Jut open d by
, .- - , - -BAIN ft SON,"1
sprllS- ' .' ' - i: Mo. Bt Booth fllgB ttrewR t
LIOOANT PLAIN It CAD A. MLHS if Oil
Tj Street
Basques and Mantles; alto. RlthTrlroirla
Snd T Mae la
'SiayiB
of
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N E WADVERTISEnENTS
TDin AMMIOA" WATCH COMPAtlTi of Walt-
ham, aIaM.,oeftocall th attention ot th publleto
tbax ollowlojl smpuatio rseoauMndatloa of Walthtm
VatoEes, by ths leadinf praollcal Watchmakers and Jew
eltrtthrouhoattht Unite BlatM., Ths tnUr lUt ot
ilgnatutea to It Is quit too Ions for publication In ont
adrtrtlammtj but tbs Barnes prwenUd wUl bt reco-
Uedby thoetacqoainUd with tht Tradt u being In tht
t.i.hl.t a .MtaMa an and InSaeatlal. . At their
eataltnments may always bt found tbs genuine Watch
s of the CompenyVmanafeetnre, la gnat variety. ''
Btoatarei' from, many titles and towns not fully rep
resented In. this list will sppear In a futnr advertlte-
t . : . . .
ment. , , x"' - ' - ; ,'
";; -tOIHlPlTBLIO.'
1 Thenndenljoed, pracUeal Watchmakert and dtalert in
Watches, bavin Bought and soil American Watohta for
a number or years put; aad having dealt In all kinds of
forolpt Watches for a much longer period of time, taj to
sti.t that they hart ntrer etalt In Watches which, at a
tiaatje'r In -'ladlvldaal butane, bar been more tatle-
factory to tbemttlvta or ouitomtrs, whether in respect of
durability, beauty of Anlah, mathemaUcally correct pro
portions, aoearat eompeaaatlon aad adjnstment, or of
AnoUm UijHHg ruvIU, than thot manufactured by
th Walthaat Company. ..
V. 1. CMTTBNSBH,
VS. BLYNN,
JAHB8 J B088, , ,
Clvreland,
Oolumbus,
Zaneerllle,
Cincinnati,
Ohia.
H. JENKINS UU, .
BKOOS a BMITH, '
WM. WILSON kkOBIW,
DUHMiaOO., .- , "...
0. 080AMP, .
O PLATT.
KINQ A BROTHER,
J. T. a . U. BDWABDB,
F. J- AIiiXANDaB, , ,
JOHN H. 140A8B, .
A. HKPPLKIt.
W. H. RIOHHOND,
H. D. KAY8,
A. B.eiLLTT.
B. 1. IILLBSTON, -J.
B. CURRSN, '
J. W. BSOWN,.
. B. TOBIN, . r
babsb a HULtMAN;
A. P. BOYNTON, ' i - -WM.M.
MAYO, :
1. NORTH BY,
A. W. FORD,
Wat, 80HBRZEB,
I. M. VDX.
Delaware,
Warns,
Chicago,
La Sell,
Peoria,
III.
Bloomingtoo,
Decatur,
Springfield, '
Qulncy,
Galena,
Jackaonril!,
Cherry Grovt
Freeport,
Pern, , .
Canton
Syracuse,
Mewbnrgh, '
Rochester,
WILLSRD ADAWtBY,
M. naTOHT.
. Y.
H. fe P. R08F.NBIRO,
O. A. BURR a OU.
B. S. BTTENHKIMSR 4 CO.
WM. 8. TAYLOR, .
W. W. BaNNAH,
H. R. a B. O. OARTBMTIft,
B08KINB a BYAN8, .. ..
BAIOHT a LBACB,
JAMBS BYDI, 1
JOHN B. IYB8,
WILLIAMS A CO.,
J. N. BKNNBT, ...
A. B. 8TORM8.
WM. B. MOROSN,
BBNSBR80N BRO'0
J. A. CLARK, t
BLOOD a POTMAN. - '
tJtlea,
Budaoo,
Troy,
Oswego,
Auburn, ' '
Palrport,
Ctnandtlgna,
Ponghkeepale,
BaUrla.
Amsterdam, '
Baratoga,
Albany, . .
u
Ooahen,
Penn-Yan,
Oalaklll,
Indianapolis,
JBNNINOB BHD'S
JOHN J. JBNKINB,
W. B. WILLIAMS,
A.WARDBN,
L. O, DUNNINO,
OHA8.B. WILLARD,
W. P. BINGHAM a LiU.,
Ind.
OBA8. 0. FBJtNOH- .
J. NoLANB,
O. A. PICKBN8BN,
a. B. BA80OM a 00., ..
Richmond,
Terra Haute,
Snlllran, .
Plymouth, '
Kalamazoo,
Detroit, .
.
Milwaukee,
Racine, ,
Rtlolt,
Janetrille.
1. M. BTANBH. . .
ADOLPu MYBB9.
THBO. F. PICKKRINQ,
Mich.
GEO. DOTY.
M. B- SMITH
A.B.VANOOTT.
Wis.
JOHN BLKINS, ,
H.M.BHaaajan,
8. O.tPAULDINO,
W.A. OILB8, -
KBINBMAN a II I IB AN,
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T, KOPLIN.
BIO. W.8TBIN,
OBO B. TITOS,
HB0KMAN a Y0HI, '.
OBO, SMIN, ,-.',
X. J. LA8CRLL1,
8AM'LOARM AN, ' ':
JUBEPH LADOMOB,
J.J.BLAIR,
OBO. W. McOAtti,
FRANCIS O. POLAOK,
O.M. ZAI1N,
OIOROB BBLLIB,
P.P. BSLLKB,
B. ADOiJINBAOail,
Prairie do Cblen, "
Pittoboreb,
Pa.
Norrlstown,
lulon, '
Allentown,
Weateheeter,
Wllliamipoit,
Cheater, ..
Lebanon, ' ,
BarrUburf,
York, '
Lancaster .
Reading
H
Chambenburg,
Orteneburg,
Newetatle,
kbtntbnrg,
Alaocb Chunk,
Ashland,
Indiana ...
8 T. HOF'MAN,
J. 0. BANNA,
C. T. ROBBRTS, ' '
J O. DOLON, , -j .:
0HA8. L. FI8HIR,
P. M. It. 0LAIS,
R. a A. PBTBRSOaT, -
DATID tAVlRAOK, .
W.T. RAB,
H00HP. BILLS,
BBMRY B. JAMBa, .
T. 8-LITTLB, c; .
0 ARSON a BRANSON,
IBOt.OOWDBY,
A. W. PYLB, '"'.
SlMPSfN a PRIM,
Y. W. SKIFF, ...:;'.
J.a A.OaRDNIR
W.O. DBFRIBZ.
MAUKIOB HENRY,
JEHU BYLYB8TBR, - . '
j . boott a co., , ,
T. B. BUMPHRBYS,
B. A, YOG LB R, ' "
P. W.LBINBBOK. "
J. W. MONfOOMKRT, . -BBNJ.
1, COOK, . i,' .. .
8. CHILDB,
DEX TE B fc H ASKINS, , , , ;
1 D. THDALB, , ., , .
AI BIRT PITTS, ,
BLLI8 GIPFORO., '
F. W.MAOOMBBBf ' :
J.J BORNS.
Boranton, '
Paterton, . -Newark,
-Bordentowa,
Trenton.
Cnmberland,
Pulaakl,
Naahrllls,
Bpringfield,
Ohtrkarillt,
Baraanah
t. Louis'
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-:::y.
Wheeling.
Richmond, ,.
Balem, -
N. J.
Md
Tenn.
Oa.
Ho.
n. c.
a
Newberry,
8. O.
Northamuton, Uaat.
Xew Bedford, "
Taunton,
' . '
Pall Hirer,
Oloaetsttr,
Salem , .
. Woiwttter,
JBB8B SMITH, c
T. M. LAMB, .:
B.N. STORY. ,
LEVI JOHNSON.
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ANDREW WABBBHY ',
0. W, POOO,' A!V
AMOS SANBORN; . -JOHN
BARTON n-::s 1
JOHN MoORBOOKVl J
W. M. ROOT.
Waltham,'
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;town; r
'.'Iaa,'.' -i
Lawrence .
PltUBeld, .
7.1 t !
JOHN B. 8C0TT,
N.MOODY.-; ?
WM. KIRKHAM, Jr.,
L.D. ANTHONY a CO,
" , T.-? flrawnfleli," ,t.-.f
fprlngfleld, ,
, Prorkfence, B. I..
PBLIO ARNOLD,
THOMAS BTBSLB aOO., -BEMINOWAY
a 8TB YENS,
WM. ROGERS a SON,
0. J.MON80N, .
S. BENJAMIN, ' i
, B. KIRBY. - i 1
GEORSE BROWN,
K. . BONTINGTON a CO.,
B.A.WOODFORD, , . , .
B. D. BALL.
JOHN L. SMITO,, . ,
JOHN GORDON,' 1 -
J. 0. BLAOKMAN, ,
JAS.R. AYRE8,
8HBRBURNI SHAW, -
1. R. BANDKRSON, . . .
U. KNIGHT,
N, O. CARR, r.- ;
OBO. W.DKBWaCO.,
B. J.MELLI8H, t i ;
W. O. 0. WOODBURY, -RBTJBBN
flPBNCBR, ' .
WM. B. MORRILL,
RI0HARD GOVB,
JONATHAN HOBMBB,
M. Greenwich,
Hartford, -Conn.
. ) 1 ..
New Bavtn,
! ..'
Danbary,
, , -
Hlddletown, '
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Hew London,
Bridgeport,
Waierbury, ' ' " '
Sanbornten,'! N.
Concord, .. '
Hf
Hanoror, .. ,
Clartmont,
Batttr,
Laoonia,
Nashua, '
,
Dover,
So. Berwick
Baco,
Augusta; , ..
Portland,
Back (port, .
Rockland, -,
Portsmouth, .
N. W. UODOAKU,
OHAS. I. BACON,
P. M. BARDIBON,
TWOMBLY a BM1TB,
M08B8M.BWAN,
J. A MERRILL
AMBS BMERY,
SIMEON BLOOD,
HENRY H.HAM, :
ROBERT H. BODQB. ..
HENRY MeKENNRY,' . . ' ..
J. T. HOWL AUD,
TOMPKINS A MORRIS,
O.O.WILLIAMS, -'
O. 8. a O. L. ROGIBI,
D. 1. LUCY,
D.O.HALL. 's :
BRINSMA1D 4 HILDRRTH,
0. B. BARDINO,
T.C. PUINN1Y, "M
A. a. Mead,
1. O. BATES, "'
J.H. MUBDOCK,
O. 0. CHILDS, '
O. H. HONTIN8T0H,
F0STBB GROW.
it:
Auburn,
Bath, ,
Bangor,
M ... ...
Gardiner, '
Houllon, - '
Lewieten,-
Burlington, '
Bradford,
Montpeller,
' -' V.
.. . t.
Worthteld, '.
Woodttoek, '-
St. Joheabury, '
Bt. Albans, 14
Ohtltta, "'
Ktwbury, "
Bellow, falls,1 ",,v
Maw Orleans, Xa.1
W. K. WALLAOR,
LE ANDES AMADOU, --i "
O. 8. JENNINGS, e l - ,' .
UBBUUK VQ., ...... . .
8, CO0KRBLL, ,
Nalchei,
Milford, '
Toronto,
Kill.
, Del.
O.W.
ia. n. tiauii.
ROBERT WILKBB,,
ttx i .
Caotios,-As oar Wafch Is now sxtsattrely eonnter-
felted tqr lortlga aoufactnrtrs, ws bays Io Inform the
public that so watch Is ef our production which Is anao-
companlnlbya osrtlnost ef genulnsnea, bearing In
aaaiber of th watt, aad signed by out Treasurer,
W. Robbins, or by WAS pradsesskors, ApplttOn, Tracy
Oa. 1, j t. .K'.-a i "
' As thee watches art for Sal by Jewelers generally
throughout ths TJnlou, tht Amsrloaa. Watca.Ooaipany
ds notnUj trdtrt SDrstngl watch, it y m
i Ji .nMm fi)'. wntlTlTHS a APPLXTOV.
ijsvi'ji .''i K-t r. v ... - w
l-iia te j WboleskM Agvasa, n. iw sroaaway si. i.
tsp90:4s..l.s.,.Sa;i
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SPECIAL NOT ICES
MANHOOD.
HOW L03T, BOW BESfOSED.
JUST PUBU8HED, ON TBK NATfJRB, TBBA
I1HNT SND RaUIOAli CUKB OV 8PBRM ATORRUB A
er Senlnal Weaknett, Sexual Debility, Nerrouneu,In .
voluntary EmlMlont anil Impotenoy, reaulling from
Belf-abuit, Ao. , By Rout. J. Oulrerwell, af.D. Bent
nnder teal, In a plain tnrelopt, to any addren.poat
paid, on raoelpt of two stamps, by Dr. 0UA8. J.O .
KI.INK, 137 Bowery, New York. Poit Office Boa. No
,586. mai'Jl:3aulAv
. . IU OF FAT'S DIE PILL,!).
1 In all eates of ooitlreneaa, dyipepila, blllltnt and liret
affections, piles, rheumatlim, ferers snd agree, obttl
Dale head aches, and all general derangements of health
met fills hart tarariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy, a tingle trial will plant tht Lift Plllt beyond
the reach of competition In thttiUmatton of trery pa
tient. .
Br. Moffat's Phonla Bitten will be found eouallr ef
Bcaotous ui allcaaes of nervous debility, dyapepsta, head
acha, tht ilcknets Incident to females In delicate health,
ana trery sina or weanneee or ths dlgatlir organs.
Vot sals by Sr. W. B. MOFFAT, 335, Broadway, N. 1.
and by all Draggtata. maySS-dStwIl
The following ii an extract from a
tatter written by the Rev. J. B. Bolme, patter oi tht
Plerrepolnt-Btrett Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
th "Journal and Mettenger," Cincinnati, O., and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mat ,
Wtmtow's Soothiss Bmor ro Cmuani TawrBixai
"Watetan adrerttiment in your columns of Mas
Wimlow's Boothiho 8raur. Now we nerer tald a word
In faror of a patent medicln before In our life, but we
fetl compelled to tay to your readers that this is no hum
bug WS BAVSTRItO IT, ADO SVW IT TO SB AU, IT
claims. It is probably one of the most sureetaful medi
cines of the day, becanea It it ont of tht beat. And those
of your reader! who hare heblea can't do better than
lay In a supply." oo7:lydaw
EU5KWELL'S
UNIVERSAL
for all THROAT and
IiVNO COMPtAIPITS,
includlna; WIIOOPINC
COUGH, and tvsry
Complaint the foreran
ner of, and even actual
CON SUMPTION.
COUGH
REMEDY.
HTJNNEWEIX'B
T0LU
A K0DY HE.
The fireat NEDKALa
GlC HKlTlKnv sand Nat.
nral opiate, adapted
to every a pec lea of Nor
ona Complaints, Ner.
vous and Vhrtnle
Headaclse, itlaeuiaia.
Ham, catarrh, Tootts
and Ear Ache, I.ota of
Sleep, ondllowcl Com.
plaints.
No real Justict can be don th abore preparations
bnt by procuring and reading deacriptire pampblettA
bt found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Bottles sent to Physl
eiant, who will find derelopments In both worthy thtlr
acceptance and approval.
Oorreipondence solicited from all whose necessities or
enrioslty prompts to a trial of tbe above reliable Rem
diet.
For sale by the ninal wholesale and retail dealer
vtrywhtre, , .
JOHN f,. IIUNNEWELL, Proprleto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Xass.
Roberts a Bamuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook, J. M
Denlg. G. Denig a Boni.A
. BchuelleraSon,
Agents
1-dly
lor Oolumhua. Ohio.
myl-i
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FKOin
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's flrst-olass
full.powered Olyde-bullt Steamers aail every Mat.
urdajr from PORTLAND, earryiogth Oanadlaaand
United States Mall and paaaengers,
NORWEGIAN, . NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVABCOTIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest and Quickest Con.
vtyance from
AMERICA TO ALL FASTS OF ZTTS0PS. ,
Kates of Fasswee to Europe,
830, ea, Sao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBEC every Katnrdar, tailing at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Alalia and
Famengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
STTbeae Bieomert are built of Iron. In water-tight
compartments, carry tach an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention it paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of passengers. Ae they proceed direct to LONDON.
DBBY, tht gieat risk tnd delay of calling at St. John's
It avoided.
Olaagow passengers are furnlihed with ran pastas
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
' Certificates Issued for oarrrlug to and bringing out pas
sengers from ail the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratea, by this line of iteamert, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE OF BAILING PACKETS,
Sight Drafts for Xt and upwards par
able tn England, Ireland, Scot
land or Wales.
' vassal
apply at tht Office. 83 BROAD,
r t ork. and 19 WAlEK ST..
WAi, new :
Liverpool,
BABEL EE Alt LB, General Agents,
Orw- J. R. ARMSTRONGS
nolO-lydaw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio.
GREAT CUIIB.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOft
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
' AND A BUBE CURB J0R :
Alii Mercurial Diaeaaea.
- It Is a oonvsnlently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn a round th Waist, without
injury to Die moat delicate persona; no change in baotta
of, living Is required, and it entirely remorta the dit
tos from tht trttem, without producing the Injurious
effects arising from tht nso of powerful Internal medl
clnea, which weaken and deatroy tht conititutlon, and
girt temporary relief only. By thit treatment, tbs med
icinal propertlet contained In tht Band coma in contact
with tht blood and retch tht diseaae, through tht porta
of th akin, effecting in every Inetanoo a perfect curt,
and raatorlng the parte afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band la alio a moatpowerful AMTtHaaooauL agtnt,
and will entirely relieve tht tytttm from the jMmtoeou
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases art cured In a few
days, aad wt an constantly rertirlng testimonials of Its
efficacy in agrrarated eaaea cf long standing.
Paics ti.OO, to bo bad of Drnggltta generally, or can
be sent by mail or ezprat, with full directions for uae.
to any part of th country, direct from ths Principal
Offlot, '
, , , Ho. 400 . BBOADWAY, Ksw York. '
6. SMITH &. CO., Sole Proprietors.
i N. 8. Dtwrlptlvt Circulars Bent free
ITpAg-ents Wanted Everrvrhero.'
mh28 lylsorlstp.dAw
i..v. .if THE VICTVAV LIFE
tWStjnAlvCE C0MtAV
OB1 NBTW YORK. - ?
r. B. Wibstok, President, ' Isaac AataTr.Btcrttary.
Ret Cash Asaeta, Febrnary 1, 1801s'
80,000,856.74.
RICHEST COMPANY IS TUX TtfflTXD STATXSl
Hj"AU the ProSts art divided among th lnauredQI -'
AppUoatlons and Pamphlets can bt had by apply lag to
i FRED'K J. FAY, Aoaitt,
Oarpsntsr's Bnlldlng, 117 SantU HIgh Street'.
aprVdlm ' -
WM, KNAOE & CO..
AT TlIEItt NEW HALEH-g, ,
BOOM, SO. 1.10 BAlTniOBMST.A
' - Aan
V J 0S. 1, J, and 7 N. EOT AW
Offer for sals thtlr celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, . : "
GRAND ' '
ANDSQAIE -
PIANO-FORTES. 1
Being highly recommended by th first Protestors tnd ,'
Musical Amateurs of the country, and " -'
EVERY .
. INBTBTJMENT
WARRANTED T0B ,
UTS TEARS. ..
Ths moat faatldlout cuatoaatr mar relr nooa btiua .
pleated In (very rtsptot. ,
Atrmt literal. iraiaaauaw,
8BLTZB.B St WEBSTER, Agents,
-OetS6;ldw. - ' ... Oolnmbas. Ohio. 1
TREASURY DEPARTMENT Of OHIO,
.Colcmus, April 8, 1601.
fSa-vlnca
Banlt: of dnoinnatf. ff
A EE PERSONS HOLDINu THH CIH-
XX
aulaUna Notaa of tht Sarin M Bank of Olnolnnatl
will present the stmt at this office for redemption, wher
tbey will bt paid in full. -
apredlm a. r.pruna.TiawBwrmowV'
WANTL AS.A KNTS A' e - "
.paokaget of STATION BUY and JaWkLHY, at
prices ont-tbira ! man can oe pureiuwen .in.-
Call oa oraddreat (etamp uoloied) 1. L. BA1I.K i"0.
IM Court St., BoitVB, MUH. aron ao.u..
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