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KA3IPMST WUIB, PublUuSTf.
EO. W. WAWKWHt Editor.
OOLUMBCB,
OHIO.
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mUlduy ojiuwkxuioh.
SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 27, 1861.
P'Abiy .jppfoprUtlot Uo rnUUons of bomv
for WS War, p88ea I lie; Jjejjtsmiuiw, Tooimuai ,
anaklor ths amount appropriated " Tor that pur
posS, fcy lb Legislators si OUio, tbrsej million
ETtr. Fassohi resigned bis pteca as Speaker
of tbsHouss, yesterday, and Mr. Hitohooce
of Gsanea.Nras elected in bis stead. Mr. Pas-
Boss yUl Uttfot Rio Janeiro In
w i i "
The News.
Tbe reader will find the latest news wider our
ieleerebbio head. ThsJeports and rnmort are
of a very ebnflictln,: ebsraetsr. Ws hope that
by the beginning ei the week we may be enabled
SbavsaUsW"".
dltloa w thtngs. r : a ;
. JTColombus has already furnished seven
!CoiaDaatea of .Volunteer, and-recruiting Is still
nln forward. Two of these Companies tbe
Fenclbles and the! VedetteftVbave already left
for the teat of war. The other five Companies
art in Camp. Jackson, and' are Ciipt., Waicutt's
CflMnanr. the Montgomery uuaras. tneoteuDen
flaarda, and the Governor's Guards, No. 1
' Several other military Companies will proba
My beorganlxed In the city fa a few days.
Negro Insurrection.
(
Tb koittuirii htftrt it hlnf klodled at th. pro.pct of
.2Lfor i mgm, to mtk. thttr aark; and If thj
- . a ifnmrtmm incHiiiitrs -vvw auw
I rMllr auiou to strip um "
In boDdtfa, m rood m vpoortunliy mj not ain offtr
WbiMUauB oniiMO ai, nna
gut, tin tforornmtoi. lb wlored p.ople would offor
ttam to triilrf of Vlrjlol, tti. nmltrfronDd rtiird
BitMdrint iMrtnt buiinaM thlt ummer. II that
will o trttt tor rmdoa arr to be a ilavo. CVy
Wo think our nlbbor It tolnf It ralbtr ttronf.
Thlt to tko Stankm rround or flgbtiof Ui lk b, w tap
mo. anO wbicb Jadno DuurUo no doubt dsprnatcd.
UoaowntwoaldbauMlwtoii tu-h a paragraph u tho
aboro. Wo do not with to got out of lino, bat this U ttick'
tnf It on rmtltu Uonser thin oar itomach can Uks
Wo tnbmll It to a uta or oar brother Demoorabj ot th
onlll If tbio U to bo plonk la tho platform. Crtoio of
TMtrtday, I
It U not our habit to notice anything appear
ing ia the eorrupt and detestable concern from
whioh our'cotemporary o( Thi CHais copies the
abov article on ' Negro Insoirietiou. But
aa Gov. Mcoait has called for a vote of the
Democratic editors on the subject, we have only,
to say that the suggestion of tbe Fact U tbe
emanation of ft mind as wicked and corrupt
can well bw conceived. ' We hive not Gas
risu treason bill before ns, but we believe
th editor of the Fact has made suggestions
the free negroes of Ohio, which , if followed,
would subject sll engaged in the enterprise
the penalties of that law, a well as those who
counsel or advise them to it.'
, The people of Columbus should at once re
pudiate the sentiments uttered by tbe Fad, and
ths man who could conceive and print them,
should t despised by every patriotism loyal and
humane citizen.' Happily for the country, th
brave men who have volunteered in defence
th Constitution, and the maintenance of the
f Flag of the Union, are not made np of Aboli
tionists ssd John Bsowh incendiaries; and such
s sagresilon as tbe Ftd makes will reoeiv
response from them. Tbey bare Volunteered
for tbe defence of the Union and ths Constitu
tion, and tbe enforcement of tbe laws
' ' 1
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 90.
GENERAL HEAD QUARTERS. ADJ'T GEN'S OFFICE.
April 25, 1861.
The fbllowlng will be tbe organization of In
fantry Regiment numbers three (3), fear (4),
eleven twelve (12) nd .thirteen (13).
April 25, 1861. THIRD REGIMENT.
Governor's Guards, Cspt. Marrow A, ,
;t Governor' Guards, Cap'- Wing B.. r . ...
. Urbua,Cept- Corwlu C. '
Springfield,. Capt. Vananda D. "
. Zaneevills, Capt. Abbott-rE. ,,i ; ;;-p ,
UamUten, U4. Roasman F. 1 : )
Montgomery Guards.Capt. Turney G.
Newark, Capt. MeDongal-H.
Morrow, Capt. Beatty I.
Wellsville, Capt. Cope K. ,
FOURTH REGIMENT.
u, , Knox Guards, Captain Andrews A .
- Union Guards, Captain Banning B.
Delaware Guard, Captain Crawford C.
Hardin Company, Captain Weaver D. .
. ' Given Guards, Captain MoMiUen E..
:. Caston Zouaves, Wallace F.
Hardin Company, Captain Cantwell G,; .'f ;
. Marlon " Captain Gilmer II.
Olentangy Guards, Captain Powell I. i-d
Marlon Company, Captain Brown K. 1 '
ELEVENTH REGIMENT.
' ' Dayton, Captain Child A. : 1 : .;.!..
Darke county, Captain DeFrieseB. .
1 Frexell C
' Miami Guards, " Coleman D.
' Covington Blues, Captain Langston EV ;
;( V MlamiGuards, Captain Johnson F. . V
Dftjtoo, ... . "- Nolan G
' Miami Guards, " Drury H. ' .
" Darks county, ' " " Cramer I.
TWELFTH REGIMENT.
; Warren Guards, Captain Wallace A. '
: M r,., t . Harlan B.1
,v Clermont Company, Captain McMurcby C.
Greene " V . j Lewe D., i
i . r -r .-. " galloway E.
University Rifies, " " Dodd-F. ,
',r Middletnwn Company, Captain Hill G'.
Rlplej Company, Captain Ammon H. ".
' . :" White I.
Highland Company, Captain Sloan K ,
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT.
Bellefontslne Company, Capt. Ashmead A.
Fleksway Tigers,
" i Mason B
West Liberty -
Pvatt C.
Urbana
Rnnkle D
Sbelbr. '
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Cummins
v Maryvillw ' '
Steuben Guards "
! . Alliaocs Lt. Guards,
CadU Company, 1 i
" Athono. .ot
Hawkins Ft
Sohnelder
McGraw H.
Estep I.
Dana K. ;
- As soon a the above named
companies
commissioned, additional Regiments will be
ganlzed, so as to meet the requirement of
act or tne General Assembly sow pending, and
sack further reqviaitios as shall b made upon
Ohio by the President of the United States
additional troop. , , :
It 1 proper to notice In this order ths prompt
, nets with which th Regiment thus far organ)
sed have been filled, and tbe readioes wjth
'which citizen of all section have 'devoted
tbomoelves to thepublio service t'
Tbe troops now io camp at tbe teveral ren
drivous, or drilling in quarters, tor active duty,
Will supply nearly eight additional Regiment.
; ,. When it 1 remembered that tbe requisition
. of the President was dated tbe 15th instant, and
received on tbe 97th,' It will appear that the
Ohio Militia bav not proved unworthy of tbe
confldsoce oi ths Government end notion ,
H. B. CARRINGTGN.
Adjutant-General
By order of Commander-in Chief.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 93.
By request of Contain Me Cane and Irvine.
they are trankferred tojth 17th Reglmont.--CapUin
Walcutt and William will receive
their assignments at soon it tb sew regimtntt
are orgsniied. , : , , . ,
Regiments will apply at General Head Quar
ters for sn Order to elect Field Offlntrs. ' '
H. B. CARRINGTON.
Adjutant General.
By order of Commander in-Chief.
By order of Commander in-Chief. OHIO LEGISLATURE.
By order of Commander in-Chief. OHIO LEGISLATURE. ADJOURNED SESSION.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
[Conclusion of yesterday morning's proceedings.]
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against Invasion (lbs nine, jeglrnent, bill) was
read me intra time.
M. V1DD ..m. ' I
tu. c.w.. t .m nnnaeed to the OaSSage Of
the bill now under consideration, for several rea
ona. Mr flret objection to the bill I that I deem
u ...... Ar.Aasir cit in nreseu. iiiuvnuu unwn.-.v.
... A ! w A MAtnatilPA.
tir u.a eaiAafiv mine mme Druvioiuu iu "
trooDB raised under the requisition of the Presi-
fnp irnnnfl. I nhft.ll DA 1D6 1A0. meuiucr uu
on thii floor to refuse to make ample provUioo
a.- ikft AinariiATlpiM.
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Myeecona oujeotion to we uui um
amount aought to be appropriated le certainly
too extravagant for tne OBjeci dtoyiucu .
. . . - . fill. a Hrl
vt kill nri in niatA over two muuuue v. uv.
law of the people' money in the hands of the
one man power, to be disbursed as freely and
liberally aa has been done unoerme lurwcr k
propriation, for instance, by paying sixty cents
per day for the subsisting of each soldier In Camp
Jackson. Tuts bill at the present time simply
provides for tbe accommodation oi ucu F""u'
f. v ..twA ihflr Burficea. in addition
II UHI luiuunm." ...... ,. . ' If
to tbe thirteen regiments caiieu qui, uu
0f the Federal Government. ...
the cer
fn this lanregum 01 mOHPT mI uu ouiu
at any rate less than their pr value, and at the
caprice ol tbe Sinking Fund Commissioners of
1L. C...A '
My fourth objection to this bill la, that tbe
certificates so issued shall not be subject to any
... n. .aaoa.ment levied under the tbe autnorl
tv of this State, which I deem to bo in direct
violation of tho first paragraph of the scoond
seotion of tbe twelfth article ol the Constitution
r tfco Bute, which is as follows: "Laws shall
i .j h a. nnifnrm rule, all tnon
v, credit, inveBlmcnt in bonds, stocks, Joint
stock companies, of otherwise," Now, Mr.
Sneaker. I cannot agree witu tne gentieinwi
from Meles, that we shall piss by this part ot
th. nonotitutlon. 'When I tooit tne oam oi oi-
fice a a member ol this Honeo, I made no men
tal reservation whatever. 1 I feel myself mor
ally bound to support tne ixmsucuuoti oi tne
State, as I understand It, under any and all cir
cumstances. Jt tms conBiunuonai oojeoiion wB
remedied . I could not even tntn vote ior tms
bill with the second section retained ana
I should be willing, however, to vote for tne
bill with tbe second section stricKen out,
nrnvided that said certificate shall not be sold
for less than their par value, hud bo subject to
tax as other property. I think that this targe
appropriation should be solely bused upon tbe
first section of this bill, which authorizes tbe
Governor, io case ot Invasion.' ot the State, or
even danger thereof, to can out tne minua
of the State In such numbers as could repel In
vasion ,1 tbink we should guard well tbe Inter-
enu of the tax Direr and our btate government
and not run wild in extravagant appropriations,'
beyond that which is absolutely necessary, lor
the nrotsction of ths ceople of our own'Siate
I for one shall so govern my vote, with tbe hope
that if our national Government should be de
stroyed by demagoues and traitors, shall we still
have a Btate government. L,ei tnose aaaiuonai
troops return to their several ocoupaiiws, ana
bold themselves as other citizens in readiness
respond to tbe first call made for additional
troops, and thereby make tbe expenses of this
unnatural war an small as possible. '
Mr. ANDREWS said:, i
Renr eteouttives on this floor sll know, and
God knows, that be was ever opposed to appro
priating one dollar from the btate Treasury, lor
aov purpose, unnecessarily, but he was disposed
to take ouch a course, at this time, as will look
to a speedy termination of the terrible trouble
that bow exist. I Tbe gentleman from . Licking
talked about the large amount this bill appro
priate, being too large and entirely unoeoeasa
ri: that the people' money must not tbu
squandered. Mr. A. would aty that, when cross
ing a swelling, booming river, it wa certainly
no time to stop and trans corse. . in a time
a mighty public calamity, an boor of downright
revolution, it was nowise to cavil about a lew
dollars expenditures, to 1st dava pas in discuss
ins whether an aDorooriation Is too sreat br
few dollars. Tbe bill well snd stringently
guards the expenditure of every dollar,
supposes a portion of tbe two millions appropri
ated shall not be needed. 'In that ease
money will not only not be need, but will not
raised at all bf tbe Fond Commissioners. , :
. Gentlemen say it U. dangerous to place
much money in ths control of ons man tbat
ons man power is at all times to be avoided.
Why, air, said Mr. A., in times of war we must
provide for one man power it could not
otherwise! war could, be conducted in no other
way tbe masses must fight under tbe direction
and control of selected commanders, and so they
must have treasure at their control, to perform
their assigned duties. No man in ths State
could more deprecate ths condition of affairs,
such as require the passage of this measure;
but being in tbe midst of it, he would vole such
force and measures ss will speedily bring
trouble to an end. Mr. A.' said be bad
fullest confidence In tbe purity and patriotism
of the present Executive of tbe State, and
should stand by him and sustain him in hi very
arduous duties. ' , - ....
Mr. JONAS said:
Mr. SrXAXia: I fully appreciate the motives
of ths honorable gentleman from Licking,
In my opinion this bill is not In opposition, either
to ths Conititution of ths United States, or
State of Ohio. Tbe second section of the Con
stitution may bs construed either way. snd
present we ought not to be too positive in
construction.' With respeot to tbe additional
regiments, It is necessary to authorize ibe Ex
ecutive to sccept tnem; tney nave acted patri
otically to tho call of their country.
Sir, we arc in a tremendous crisis.
know not how soon ws may bs called upon
more volunteers by ths rreeident. By this
we shall have a reserve ready for action.1 Upon
taking a view of the present state of affair,
sm willing, sir, to vote for any amount of
and money to put down this open snd (reasons-
bit Million. 1 bare, on this floor, Mr. Speak
er, lrequently counselled peaceabie measures,
but slue the several overt acts, robberies
piracies by the Southern Stales, I am of
opinion that the sooner we brine this civil
to an end ths better; It is necessary, sir,
show a strong front around the Capitol at
city of Washington, snd a Soon as war is
dared, to throw ouoh an amount of men on
South, as would prevent a long and bloody
and bring the contest to a close at once; there
by show log to our brethren, north and- south,
thst our Government is Buflicleotly strong, when
brought out in Its ttrengtb, to put down rebel
lion of every description, and punfth treason
it dcseives. Uur commerce and Internal inter
course is crippled and interrupted! our fame
among the nations Is trailing in tbe dust.'.
u arise again In our strengto, and , under
glorious banner ol the stars and stripes,
down tbis unnatural rebellion, .. 'inia bill,
so far ssour Stats IS concerned, goes far to cr
ry cut the measure, and I shall sincerely
trnly, for that purpose, rote for this bill
Mr. PLANTS said, In reference to the con
stitutionality of exempting ths bond from tax
ation, tbat be had iasl doubt on tbe subject,
but upon closer examination, he was satisfied
that, as tbis arrangement . wn prospective,
was altogether compatible with tbe Constitu
tion, -i : .- '. :J
Mr. DEVORE said that be was still satisfied
that this bill could cot- be constitutional,
be was convinced that the courts would deoide
tbat tbe exemption was not correct. He insist
ed tbtt all the advantages to be derived from
lbs exemption would be made np by taxing
bonds as in other cases. And be thontrhl noth
ing would be gained in tbesile; because those
pajioz would expect to pay the tuxes under
decision of tbe courts.
Mr. BALDWIN presented tbe amendment
offered yesterday,1 providing that the companies
to bs raised nnaer tni bin shall be, a tar
practioabls, called out in . equitable numbers
from the several Congressional District
, Mr. BALDWIN Midi r-.: : , t i
The proposition is s plain one. ' If Is, that the
positions nf honor snd responsibility, in the ex
lsting crisis, shall be shared. equally by all parts
of the State. , A ail have to boar. the expense
of our military operations, all should have
equl opportunity, 11 hey dvsire jt, topniUf isate
iu its aouio oBT.iuo. on Jcua(iosl fb
vidieue distinction bs removed. I . accord
other parte of the Stats what 1 claim for my
own honor, courage, patilotism. Thas quali
ties belong sot mors to one county tbaa an
other. From Lawrence, on the extreme South
ern border, to Ashtabula on ths north, our peo
ple were not Oily ready to meet the requisition
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of tbe President M thirteen regiments, but to
turnout firs times tbe number of men requirea.
VV ben so maiiy respond, tbe quinuau ia, wnu
ahall b chosen. There has beeif no order, no
system, no just rule adopted by the Governor,
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and mucn compiami, juhuj wu, n.co u, un
fairness This was not intended, but still it ex
ist. Tbe amendment seek to remuy tne un-
fioulty. iJ-v
The town inwmuu a roiu (raug!W"
bat raised three, eompanies, and has a liour
nearly full. And twenty thousand dollar havq
been suosorioea w rou-jTw iu. iiuihcit -
volunteers. This, lor a town ot less idbu
thousand inhabitants, shows a devotion to the
cause not surpassed by any other lui the State.
But only one company oi tne iour uss w-;
cepted, and the amendment ia intended to se
cure justice to us to our town our county
..j I , nf th State. That is all.
tv. ..b nniv fnr what is rieht. and will not
submit to what we know to be dearly wrong.
Cities and populous towns, with orgauir.su
companies already iu existence, with superior
.i.,. r,h r..;iiiiag. with more conccn-;
tration, etc., bavo responded earlier than mo
rural districts, so rar as wis nas giu ."..-.
advantages in the thirteen regiment mustereu
ft . .1 IT .. J O.-... V. n U on.
inM thm flAviflft nr las uniteu owim.
But In making new levler, lejmtioe be done to
these districts 11 tbey choose to prncii.
the struggle, give -tbem tbe opportunity.
.III l.. -A.ifinfl. (A lliA ko.ri? fiiiDS of toll, OQ
will uv J ,M6 --- . - .. .
whom must rest th security sod safety oi tne
Q. ..V-,. '-"
Mr'. HILLS regarded this bill as not abso
lutely needed; but he still demanded, it the nut
passed, that the arurndment offered oy mr-
n.u: v. .AnK,A I1a onirt the State. ould
only be burdened by men whd could neither be
: -.i ... ... tnin .afitIoa. and let ounbt to oe
eoesged in tho productive avooatiout of life.
He spoke of the erlls of the equipmeut, and tho
terrible leakage , of ,the.,tressury, through the
..Uaai. ana rtmaIiaV ti t 'I. i' 1
Mr. FLAGG off.red a subsiitute Ifor tho
omondmeut of Mr., BAldSlB, WDICU was, acuep.
ed ' ' -1 ' !
Tht. mnilinent was acreed to Veis 51
Mr. HUGUE3 said that he was sad of
Drevalline excitement, yet it is our duty to
as calmly snd sincerely as we belitrfl e oughtj
to do. He had voted for the ttilllion b! under
tbe Impression tbat the exempuou of bonds from
taxation was not warranted oy tne uorouiuuun
hut violdinc to the advice of friends, be b
voted for lt Now, however, he must act upon
his own judgment and hi own conscience,
ha shouu take the oouarquence of sn lonesc
discharge of hi duty. He, therefore-, oflerod
amendment, which strike from this bill thuex-i
emotion of the bonds from taxation, which
disagreed to yeas 42, nay 46.' -
Tbe vote was then ctlled on tne pa94aga
the bill, which fosulted-rjea 82, bay St. J
Th Judiciary committee reported back S
211 iTo puuisb treasoa and other crimes, ityiiph
was read the third time, when ;. i , ,-i r
Mr. PLANTS moved to amend by striion
out tbe third sectlon.wbich putihes the setl'iug
on foot of any military expedition against o
Sttpn without authority. Mis objection to
section was that it was an imputation aguiUB,
our Own people, charging them wltb an intfn-J
tion of doing what we do not suspect, them
be guilty of contemplating.. t would, furlheri
involve parties in tni btaie. iiuiowing, ipvtyt
log parties from, the 'other ' ide,,ln epdl's,
trouble. ' . . '. ' !.
Mr. ANDREWS thought tbi an cmirtCDfiyi
proper provision,' whether In time of peace
war, sud If tbe section Is strlckou out,, the'
will hardly be worth passing. . ' , , ., ) ,,
Mr. STED.V1AN was in favor oi tbe amenu-
ment. ' . ..- ., i t
Mr. CONVERSE said that this section Of
bill was particularly desired by the Geueral
command bf the State, and was iii hiview
important. . . , i i i
' Mr. BKUFreuggestcd tbat the enactment
this lection would forbid tflcctually the uso
the Siate Militia beyond tbo line of Ibe State
In pursuit of marauder. ' ' i' , , ' (l ". ,i;
Mr NIGH regarded this section ai an "pllr
brajrch," that we present to our neighbor across
the border. It would warrant tbcrri 'against
rsids and inroads.'. At tbe lame time, he
net think tbat It could pouiblr trammel
Mr. 9C0TT. of-Warreftwa for trlkip'a
this itictUw. He 'would not, have, upon
statute book a law 'tbat would put our .Citizen
in tbe Penitentiary for tbe dclence. pr
homes on ths border. No'r' would. be presebt
ths people of Ohio S Iu a cdnditiop rcqulripg
. . . ...j ... m i . .
nrn a law io restrain tnem. i ner no not con
template It, and should not sppear to do' so.,
Mr. FLAGG said. In tbe course of bis
marks: "I wonld have a war as regular, a
tematio and a powerful arf possible, and nbt
exasperating war of raids snd piracies, of gehe
ral' plunder tind murder and. Ctrried ou
white boyr, routiners and iree compautos.
the Interest of peace, and of economy eveb,
would favor the embodiment of eix hbtadred
thousand men, to drill all summer, a lid
the frosts of autumn come, to reuder sale'
movement on tbe Cotton States; I 'would
half million of them' more Southward, follow!
Ino; the frost, as steadily and regularly a
frost moves, as regular arid 'aa Inevitable its
progress of frost and tide a the movement
of tbe sun snd course of the seasons; to
plete the work, effectually and forever." ....
Tbe House then toon a recess
ti.i
SENATE.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
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H. B.493 To provide more elTectutJly
tbs defense of the State aeainst invaeion., .
. On motion of. -Mr.iSCHLEICH, the
were suspended, snd tbe bill was resd s
time by tbs title, and referred to. Mews.
Sobleicb, Ferguson, Jonts, Harrison and Moore
Mr. MOORE offertd tbs lollowing Joidt K-
olution
iJcsofoed, Tbat a commltiee of three on
part of the Senate, and on ths pirt of
House, be appointed to call on the Governor,
and consult with him ss to the polioy of
lishlng military encampment in various
of tbe State, where troops can be mustered
service, boarded, drilled, upd kept in readiness
for service on call. Adopted. Ji r-1"
. Messrs. Schieich and Moore were appointed
committee of conference on tne Lease- bill.
Mr. MOORE, from tbeSelect committee,
ported back bis resolution concerning a tempo-;
rary recess, amended eo as to provide for a
cess from April 27th to May -13th; and '
members and officers of the General Assembly
shall not draw per diem dnrine such recess'
Mr. PARISH offered a substitute 'providing
for m aw adjournment on the dutn msbi
Objeciions were mads to foth proppsiuont.
To the first, because .it was considered i ui
dent to take a (ecess. To tie )aUerv beutuae
legialatiou. necessary ,p.,tlie :iutrcsM of
Slat oannot be buispwhy next,, lucedaji
, Mr 'SMITn moved.to lav lbs whole jjubjeqt
Mr. JONES moved to, insert '.M4Jj,7ifi
May 13tb, in Mr. Moore's resolution.. .Loi.
On motion of Mf.SMITiIrtbe,rcoluljqn
iaia gn toe taoie. . - ., r,.j
Mr. SPRAGUErfrom the Enrolling comtuU-1
tee, reported tbe enrollment of sundry bills..,
. uu motion ot fair. fAn.ion,, u. u. ;-o
establish Home Guards,1' was read
time. ' Referred , to thecommitUs oi.i
Whole. . , ,...-.- u:;-,w'i
Mr. PERRILL, from the oommittee on
and Highways, recommended tbe amendment
and passage of II. B. No 397 Authorizing
commissioners oi tiiormontann iiamiitou
ties to purchase tho , JVlillord Bfldsq. ,' Amend-i
ment agreed to.anu tne piu was paqiea
Mr. SCHLEtCnV'from the Seifect.cpmmito
to whom was referred II. 495 Fojr'e
effectual protection ot. tue J? tote, ei.fprted
it oaca wuu iwv aini-iiuujiuiw. auiji recpmp
en it passage. , , ,.. ,,..,. ,u
The amendments provido a ...follow;
Add to section 1 a clause .providiug tbal
troops called into State service shall oe govern
ed by the njilitary laws of Ohio, and the.irulM
abd articles of war of the United States.' and
accoidancs with the sot of April S3J,.lCl.
authorized, la case of further requisition by
i rcsiaent ot tpe Liaiteu. o.ates rot troops,
l,nnnj b if ill ArivAf hr thla anl np in, Tinrtinn!
thero( shall bs mustered into IJ. H. srvi,cs.,m
, A no jiBBuapieow ."o aroau, jujuu
m ' st or . n r w for .
motion ;of Mr vSCHLEICH, tbo rules 'wfresui
tnded,k4 tye bill, b
un moMon or mf...rAitisu, tus senate
solved itteir Ibtj) committee of tfoe WtjoIevefi
th" order of tbe day,' Mr.Holmie Ja the
dnd jproceede4,,tqcjiisider the Jloms Gujjd
Mil.- ..' . ,'. , '. . , ,T.r;..7Z
' Mr- SCHtEICltmovedbJ elrile out
,the enacung flauae, abd, witn ptber TJeijaUirsJ
.ob'ccMj
2 "PWWahW! .mY.'ij
XiA, k- Mm s ot Jlt'c21ib
S O.Tl fflil
denolea and expbmiveness.r It wto nut regarded
neoeBsary, beoause citixona bart th power to
fornVVtrluptary swoclftiioiis for iilf-d. lenqo,
Others .tdvocted tbd :nieasur fteoati t lt
wnnld strsi L'theu the State in wUtr'j fcuob ultw
It needed ,'that the Governor majt Ugally-dpp'.y
arms feuch purposeat 'y Vc
Alter soma time, tna oommittee robe anu re-
norted, when the bill was referred to a select
eommltteeT Measrov Holmes Fisher, Bchleiob,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. FRIDAY, April 27. 1861.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
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1,1 Pending a eil of theHbtfie, dVieavdi reso
lution was adonted.' nrovldins that of the mill
tia laws ordered to be printed, two thousand
copies be placed at the disposal of the Adjutant-
Ueneral.
Tbe House then took up the bill to punish
treason peodine tbe amendment oi ivir
Plants.
The vote 'was balled 'on this amend men t,
which resulted veas 26. navs. 54.
Mr. HITCHCOCK moved to amend by man
ins the provision aeainst setting on toot uu
authorized expeditions against tbe inhabitants
ot otner states, to apply only in cases oi ratas
agaiust states not iu rebellion against tne uni
ted States.
Mr. CONVERSE honed this would not pass
The State of Kentuckv may secede in a few days
and he desired that there should be no oautesoi
irritation suffered to exist. Tbs Governor, as
Commander in-Chief, is the proper authority to
control tne military, and no movement enou'u
tike place without bis authority
Mr. BL.AKE8LEE supported the emend-
ment.1 ' He would1 put down treason wnerevcr ii
showed itself. If men were In arms aoross tbe
river from Cincinnati, be did not think the peo
pleol that city could be restrained, and be would
nut vote tonunish them for it.
Mr. sco i t. or jenerson, said ne couiu ntn
consent to vote for a bill that would bind nis
constituents against defending themselvt a or as
statin thi4riichbt)TB over the river.
Mr, ft, An l a saia no cuum nuiivuio ior iuib
mindment. for to his view It was really calou
luted to encourage such raids as this section is
intended to punish'. He would have been glad
. i...Q ihia whole matter open, without (be
of the bill. As It is, ho could not yote
f..m tl,A iwMidmrnt. i ' J '' ' i" I
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Mr. VORls tooE tne same view ot ws iuv
Mr. vuttio ioui "'''
introouction - V" T""
. kl .ivilitod akiri Christian world
Mr. COX also opposed the amendment, as
-.nriirf fcrtmnltesMTour difficulties. He would
relv alone upon the national lorces.in this con-
tt Tiiia is a ouarrel between the govern
meuts ot the Norm and South, and not between
tiio nonnln of the States
MrlUI4.S said.tWs bill was , an iseongroous
affair trMtWgwBoto pass: v It contained no
distinct propositions, and it was wnony unneces-
uar
Mr HITCHCOCK withdrew the amendment,
and offerel another, providing that this shall not
apply to tbe regularly organized militia, wnicn
was disagreed to. He said be had no idea,
offering the amendment ot prgmownganj sm
ago "rrafe, iuei'ss th gentleman from Sum-
nut deprecates.
The bill wss toen passeo Jtaa us, uaya w.
The fol owioc communicaiipa was prescuteu
Ijhe House.-' 1 "
HARRISBURG, April 22, 1861.
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I bertby resign my,office of Representa
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from and alter its acceptance, agreeably to law.
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To the Speaker of the House of Representa
tives, Columbus, Ohio.
Oo motion, this resignation was aocepiea.
The Speaker then laid before the House the
following: ,
,RsrMiNTATTVjs., J desire, this morningi
resign my place as the presiding officer of this
House. Seriously impaired health has, you
aware, rendered me unfit to discbarge the
duties of my position, and will' compel me
seek a climate less changeable than our own.
Nothing less than this would tempt me to
im. nlanp nnr confidence has eiveu me,
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For the unwaverins kindness and patience
with which I have been treated by members
officers of tbi Hoose.tbe assistance you nave
way beoo prompt to render me in the discbarge
or my duties, 1 snail never iorget to do grate
ful. It han made the labors of sn arduous
sition lieht and . comparatively .easy. . 1 bave
endeavored fxithlully 'abd impartially to dis
charge the duties of my place. If iu any re
spect I have wounded the feelings, or done
justice to anr member oi tuis tiouse, it oas
been by deeigrtfSiid 1 trust Will be forgotten.
On motion ot Mr. n iiiu.ib aoove was tern
norarllv laid on the table.
Mr. wuuus tntnouerea mo louowiog, wnicn
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was adonted without dissent f
Re$olved, by th lloute of Rtprtientativei,
the thanks ot this Houeeare hereby unanimous
ly tendered to Hon. Richard C. Parsons, for
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ability, dignity, patience ana impartiality
which be ba presided over us aeiiocrations
rinirthe DreBenL session. -
Mr. SLUSs&K, tram the seicot committee
whom was referred the resolution relative to
recess of ten day, reported the same back,
recommended its adoption. -
Tbi resort was laid on tbe table temporarily
Mr. WRIGHT, of Hamilton, introduced
B. 500 Relating to assignments of property
trust, which was read the Urst and second limes
and referred to the committee on the Judiciary
Tbe followioc bills were read a second time
and referred:
H-B. 497 To provide for the payment
cost adjudged agaitst tbe state, judiciary
committee
H. B. 493 To annul the contract for sua
tsinlos the soldiers at Camp Jackson.; Select
committee,! consisting of Metir. Nigb,Parr,
and McCluor.
S. B 3UG Fixing the rate of taxation
State purposes, for lobl. finance.
Mr. BALDWIN, from the committee on
nance,reported back H. B. 3C6 Prescribing
fee of County Treasurer with an amendment.
reducing them one-tenth oi a mill per cent,
than one per cent.
Mr. BALDWIN explained the amsndment
sod urged its adoption.
Mr., BROWKEj efj Miami, supported
amendment.
Mr. KRUM said that be had hoped for a
ical chance In the feet of Treasurers' who
ceive far mors for ' their services than almost
any regular business beside. But that
has not been reached. He did not know
this amendment would amosut to, but if it
ahvlmmvoment. h would eo for It, ; j .j.
Mr. HILLS insisted on reducing the per cent
age still further than thi amendment provides
Ue moved that tbe per cent, be made eight
tenths. -. ,. , , i
Mr. JONAS said, If tbi amendment
adopted, tbe Treasurer of Hamilton county
would not be able to bold bis office; it would
far reduc the lees.
Mr. !.fkLUNa denounced' tbs exorbitant
salaries now paid to officers, and especially
where largo sums of the money, so drawn
the people, are spent in electioneering for
offices tbey hold, ir is-, -v,
Mr HILL'S amendment was agreed to,
the amendment of the Senate, thus amended,
was agreed to yeas 58, nays 5.
Tbs MiHtWeoWrhrtiee reported V resolution
recommending tbe Governor to revise bis mili
tary appointments made prior to April 1, 1861,
in sll instance where! appointments, depend
his discretion ' '
Mr CONVERSE moved to add "and
pecially tbe Commisr-ary General."
; -MrtlKRU,M could sec -no, necessity for
resolution ai art .' m leVW be Was not advised
that the Governor desired the aid and counsel
that tbis resolution proposed to give.
Mr. FLAGG spoke of ths abuse in the vic
tualling ot troops, geod reason whytht oom
mlssarv department needed revision.
Mr. VINCENT said be could not understand
the drift of this. resolution. .It looked to
like InVtructioi: the Governor to do hi duty,
wbicb did not seem to b neoessary. The Gov
ernor i competent to do bi duty, and do
manfslM'. OilfMlMl
urti Mr. riiAuu expiaioea mat tne resolution
1 WMklndl .Wended to assist tbs Governor
( diHSgreeo to v0OIipn
j Tbe.Senivte'd Joint Jlesojutiqn relating
1 an erttMioWh'PoitfttUr-w re-
;inwsdSwm
bwarB - WW siHeBd tbs soVJrwwtattor
rat ass arortVm, sjd,ij(iexy
rtjl'd to fi corn,
mlttecon
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the Penitentiary. .mrf.oii
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M .. . T7: .a. monnwr caH ft si nil S. I
vear 186a-whiCh was read a third time, when
It passed yeas 59, nayl 1. - , ! .
ii. nvis. (mm Um committee ou Corpora
tions, reported back 11. B. 477-To amend tbs
oity and village Incorporation aot wbm was
indeuniteiy postponed. .
Th. R.n.l.'i omondmpnt to H. D. 4J3 tOS
nine regiment bill, was agreed to yeas Tl,
. iin the motion of Mr. McCUNE,' tbs roslg
nation of Speaker rarsons was taaeu irum
table and accepted, wnen,
On motion of Mr. McCUNE, the House pro
cceded to the election ot a speaker. . ' ;
Mr. ANDREWS nominated Hon. wot.
Wak.1.
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MrMoCUNE nominatoa uon. reter mw
m RF.rn ruminated lion, bamuet. c
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The vote was tbenonlled, wbon ffir . r uuuo
received 29 votes. , ,
Mr. HITCHCOCK received aa votes
M. WROWNR received 7 votes.
As noither of the candidates had received a
rn.lrti.Uw nf tliA vntPO CARt. , - - 'I t..
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. Th name or Mr. Brawns wh
when tho roll was called a Becond time." ''
Mr. HITCHCOCK received 44 votes. ,
Mr. WOODS reoeived 34 votes. .
Mr. HITCHCOCK voted for Mr. Browne.
Mr wnnna wntnd for Mr. Andrews. .
iu. TtTTP.Hr.nr.if. havlno-received s msior
Ity ol all tbe votes east, was declared to bs duly
eieotea opeaKcr ior me remmuuer ui
when .... . . .
Tho oath of office was administered oy mr
Converse.
Tbe House thou adjourned.
11. I U IU Sltaa nlMYimiCLVK (111 VjUUUI I
IN SENATE.
SATURDAY, April 27, 1861.
PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.
By Mr. KEY From Plamen Ball nd 30 oth-
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erfl, Of UlUClnuatl, proying tnw i.ugiuii.uio
repeal tbs assignment law. - Juuioiary
SECOND READING.
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n. B. 499 Referring to cltle of the first
class having a population or less tnan ou.uuu.
Roferred to Wr, urecx. . , . ,
HIPORTi OF STANDINO COMHITTSII
Mr. pf.ADY. from the committee on Mn
- Inlnal Cornoratlon. reoimmnded tbs amend-
the interest of Turnpikes and Flank
Road.
a n. and Ihe hill nasaed
The President signed the General Appropria
tion bill. . '
, H J R- No- 139-ReUtive to distribution of
militia laws, wa referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee , '
Mr. STANLEY, from the Hnance Com
mittee recommended the concurrence of tbe)
Senate in House amendment to H. B. No. 366-
Proscribing the fees of Treasurer. Agreed to
yeas 18, nays 7 Messrs. Cuppy. Eaton, Fos
ter, Harrison, Laskey, Newman, Perrlll.
The Senate aereed to tbo House amendment
toS. B. No. 2GU Making partial appropria
tions for 1862. ' ;' -'
Mr. HOLMES moved to adjourn until three
o'clock Monday afternoon. Carried.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, April 27, 1861.
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Mr. DEVORE offered s resolution, requiring
tho captains of Companies In Camp Jackson
report tho number of men in tbelr companies
and tbe number of meals tbey are furnished per
rlavi and that the contractors for subsistence
shall be required to charge only at the rats
tbreo meals a day, wbicrj was laid on we taoiej
Mr. PARR, offered a resolution recommenc
ing the Governor to Sccopt an offer from oertald
of Licklnir county to eubsist two reeli
ment at 33 cents per man per aay, wuicn was
laid on tbe table. , -.' ti . :
Mr FLAGG moved that tbs rots oy wnion
tbe House passed S.B. 2G3 be reconsidered,
which was sereed to, when
Mr. FI.AGG offered an amendment to provide
for tho anlarv of the Cierk of the Stat Librae
rian, which bad been omitted irom toe general
appropriation bill, wnicn was agreea to, ana
B. 268 Making, partial appropriations for th
ie 1862, waa pasieo yeas ia, nays u.
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Mr. o 1 EjEjUXi prescuteu m uiuuiucim nuw
Joel BriRham, asking authority for , County
Commissioners to provide for Militia, '
- On mouonof Mr. Mo(JL.uw,tne ruiet were
suspended, when ' '
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, moved tbat tba
resolution providing for a recess of ten days,
from to day, be taken from tbe table, which,
was agreed to. " ' '',.,''
Mr. VORIS moved to amend the resolution
by fixing Tuesday next as the day , of taking
tbe recess. " ' ' ' '
Mr. VINCENT moved to amend by fixing
in on Thursday next, to moot again on the first
of June. ; ' "
After a general' discussion of ' the sub
Icct in its various boirinca, '
Mr. PLANTS moved that the further con
sideration bf the subject be postponed
Thursday next, wb'.ch was agreed to.
' Mr WOODS, from the joint seleot commit
tee to investigate matters in relation to
contraots for sustaining troops at Camp J
son, made a report thereou.
[REPORT DEFERRED.]
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Mr. DEVORE remarked that the furnlthiug
of quarter lessened the apparent extravagance
of tbe contract. But still it was tbe duty of
House to thoroughly iovesticato tbe matter.
Mr. HILLS wanted to know if the State
House and this Hall are included in tbe quarters
furnished by the contractors. He was for
tending in full to tbi subjoct.till tbe wrongs
righted.
Various inquiries were directed to the chair
man of tbe committee In relation to the nature
of tbe contract, etc, and explanations were
civen In reply. ? . - f ' rrt
Mr. VORIS moved tbat the subject be post
poned till this afternoon at three o clock, wbioh
was diss creed to.
Mr. MYERS said that be bad looked
this matter, and iound that there was just cause
of comolsint. A company from bis county
actually suffered for food at proper hours,
as to qusrtere,tbcy bad been compelled to lie
upon tbe BTooiid. v i. ;.'.") i'-'
Mr. STOUT made some remarks, which
snnear hereafter, if ' 'I
Mr BROWNE.'of Miami, said that be
just been informed by a Seiator, who bad per
sonally Inspected tbe provisions wbicb tbe con
tractors, nuder the first contract, were furnish
ing our troops, and tbat tbey were not or
deacrintiou as would bo eaten by any man,
less absolutely starving. Ho did. not give
information from personal knowledge, but
Information cam from s Mspeetani and relia
ble: source, that ho bad no doubt of its truth
Tbe meat supplied Ia maoooHy the House
probably understand what Mat means.
tbis be true, - let ns ' act now, and '
promptly, and at once rescind tbi contract
We. bav ' not only the power to rescind the con
tract, but it is ur (Jury to do to. We owe it
ouaselves and to our citizen soldiery, and to
State. If the House i satisfied of tbs truth
these charges, we should not only rescind
contract, hut tbe contractors, too- Let ns
be satisfied ol the truth Of these charges
oo man wrong but when war are satisfied
tbe truth of the charges, act at once, without
reference to the tfloct our action may have
any man. . Ii tbey bave corn on their toes, It
their misfortune, not our fiult. , II didn't
for tbe tender fouling of gm(lratii,wboo inch
larpe interest are involved,, , ,,, ,i, (,. .
Mr.. WELSH, as a memW of the- Com.
mitteeof Investigation, was in favor of annul
ling the coutract. But be thought tuore was
over-estimate of the alleged tainted meat.
was In favor oi a Complete' Inauguration of
system of rations, and be desired that ths
of the committee be adopted.
Mr. CARLISLE was Is favor of the report.
Ths men are buing fed at rates tbat the Stats
cannot afford. - II was for lbs adoption of
ration system at once, that, wntls ths men are
well provided for, it (ball bs done St a rate con
sistent wiih economy. . .. ,.".' . , .',
Mr. REE3, of Franklin, said be felt it to
his duty to state that he bid taken great pains
to examine Into' the matter, and in Justice
must eay tbat the provisions ars good and
wholesome; and properly served up. He bsd
seen tne men go into supper last evening, and
they refused to eat good provisions, but itotously
left the Hall. , , , ..,(,
. Mr. SEARS laid be thought tb only way
dispose, of tbs matter is to remove the troops
from the Camp at ones, acoordlog to the con
tract, whioh . he could but lgrd .as, a bpdlpg
oho, thatwp', 4tmo,t' etcapo. (from by anjptas.
AMOSVtfMlift-- ! Hi- U ill f!l-.l-J ir
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A to report u
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Mr. 8TEDMAN said that muoh of the com.
ths evil was to request the Governor tp
rCUOVS ue Vommisourj usuow it..
Mr.VORla laid that it wainot in we poww
of thll Legislature to annul this contract,
thoat-h he believed ths State has been wickedly
necotuin it. omi m ".""s j -,
there eeems to b no way w got ou vi n j
"Mr. ROBINSON explained that the 'House
bad oertalnly ths rlgnt to
cutlv to annul tbs contract, whioh 1 all the re-
por. prUU -..-"; "K. ,h nneroeoted
ft. -. m. .a Ha HA PtaifllTCU IU tUU tJiuwaa
rsssment, oi mo .
.t nnmhr of men. and tne
arrival". S . . ' . Aa
basts with which tbey arc eomneueu w
to the Commissary General, he thought there
was ground or oompiamo m iu tu,;i .
Mr. BALDWIN offered sn amsndment re
An,m.nHinB that there be naid to an aceut se-
B . .J..M,
looted by eaoh oompany, tmrty oeuv" h rw
man, to supply tnemseivio . ,
Mr. JONAS objected to this plan, as it would
introduce so great a number of oommlonaries
to the market, In competition with each other.
Ths army regulations are newer, anu
be adopted.'
The nonss men tooa a reoeoo.
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DIED.
Ofpleurlsy, alhltretldonco in this oity, yesterday,
tho Mth Instant, WM. TI1XD, Esq., ajed 58 years.
The friends of th deceased are Inrtlea to auena n
funeral to morrow, (Sunday) at 8 o'clock P. M., from
the first Boptltt Church, oorner of Rich and Ihlrd
streots.- .' ' "
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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LOST,
A T THE B A a r. -mnrnln.aOALT-BKIN
P0CKBT-B00K, contain
THE STATU
norsE. this
Inn J In money aud valooble papora The flndermay
-?.r ih. monev. and deliver the book and balance of
contents to Bonator jluod, u.. ""-,,.,
ayrS7:oBt
JOHN BEOUTEL.
Sheriff's Bale.
OoorgoO. Osbora )
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Runnel W. tloBO.)
Superior Court,
v vinTlii- sit? A WRIT OF
F FI. Vi
is . .jii.i fnmihitiiHrlor Court of Frank
lin County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at tho door of
to Court House, in the elty of commons, in saia conn-
Friday. tbs lit day of June, A- u., loot,
i .i.ii. o if tha rnllowlnv desorlbed rem estate,
iltuite In Franklin oonnty, Ohio, to wit :-A certala
... I. In ration two (?). towmhlp two (3).
ranso seventeen (17),nnltod8lateilillt.ry Uolbouod
ed aod desri Ibed as follows : Beginning at ths i centre of
the plink road at tno souio-wt comer vi
Waller's lot no. 1; thence east with the lotah line of
said Waller's lot 828 leet, to the eorner of said lot;
thence south parallel with said road 18 rods; ther.ee tail
60 feet: thence north parallel with sold rosd 13 rods:
thence east to the oorner of Shdey's land; thence south
parallel wltb sai l road 38 98 100 rods, to a stone; thooce
' .. . m I J J I,m nnvlh With .Alll
west to tne oenwe oi a rum, .-..
rood io the place of beginning, containing orerSX acres.
Apprauoa at sjok,
sprll 7-ltd4i-Prloier'sfees.
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W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Notice to Physicians and Surgeons.
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to
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CANDIDATES FOB TltC FMT
Sorgeonor Snrgeon's Mate to the 0. V. M. are
hereby notlded that the Board of Eiamlners will be In
sei!onat tbehaliof ihe Honeeof Represeniatlrrs.ln Ihe
eltj "f Oolambai, at 7X e'cloek P. M. of Monday, April
"klfeindldat will be admitted to on examination Mli
be bis died wltb the 8eorear of tbe Board cert Boates
as to hi btint a medical gradnatet also, as to his good
stsnoloc In the profession, and nniform devotion to its
practice: also, eerUttoate from reputable sources as to
cood habile, and (nod standing in oommunity, with 10
years experience for Burgeon aad S years for surgeon
T' . OBH.O.BtaCKMMt M.D.;Prt't.
J. W. HAMILTON, M. D., Sec'y
., L.M WHIIINO.M. D.
n.l.v l.rfl 6V IHnl. d3t - l
rniMrntl kad Cleveland papers Insert twice, and
cbaig feoretary.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
I : ' III' ' '
-.IS I J"-'
NEW TORE;, BOSTON AND GALWAY.'
o,
1 1
. . - - .i
h. follawie new aad macntfloeat aru-olats saddler
wheel Steamships eompeet th abov line:
ADRIATIC. S.888 tons burthen, ' ' Capt, J. Haust
(Formerly of the Collins line.)
nIBXBNIa. 4.400 tons earthen. Cast. N. Faowss.
rm.iiURfA. 4i0 " " " .K.ttiTCH.
AMGLI4. - 4.400 " '" ' " rJioHoiJOH.
PAOirlO, 8 SOS" 141 " I. Sunn.
FIUMOB AlBSRr. (Screw.) r. -
; i -.' i' ' S3v . "1 J - ' y. TT ALfcKJl
Onm of the above ships will leave New Tork or Boston
alternately every Taeeday fortnight, for Oalway. car-
rylns tne government wans, wiivmug . c. vuut
M. . ' . ' . '- . . .
The Steamers ol this line nave neon aoniiruciea wiia
tha .imimi eoie. under the supervision of the govern..
moot, navs watsr-ugnt comp.ruuvui, uuii.uu.ad.i-
ll fnrnomrort. soletv ana speea dt any steamers uui.
Th. r sammaBded bv able and experlenoed olUcers,
and every exertion will ae mode to promote the oomfort
of paosengers.
Aa experienced Burgeon attached to each ship.
'
' ' .'' HATES OF PASSAGE. 1 .Z"
till
the
ack'
yirst-ehus N. T.or Boston to Salway or Liverpool 1
Berond-olois, " " . - ' .. .
Plrat-oLoas, . toSt John's '35
trktnUrUu. " to Oatway or Liverpool.
or an town hi Ireland, os a Railway, - - - -SO
. Thlrd-aloMMasensers are liberally supplied with pro
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by ihe ser
vants of tbe Oompany. - .;.'!..'-"
- i. RETURN TICKETS. -
tbe
at
are
Parties wishing to send for their frtsnds from Ilia
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway,
Ireland, or from tne principal nun oi aogiuiu ana dcov
luid. at verr lowratae.
Poaaeuers for New York, arrlrlog by the Boston
Steamers, will bs forwarded to Mew York free of charge
for passage or lurtner iniormauon, apniy i"
. .. WM.H. WIOKHAM.
At the offlce of th Company, on the wharf, foot
Canal street, Nsw York.
HOWIiANO ABPINWALL, Agents. -apilllOdCm.
into
bad
and,'
out
will
had
nn
this
the
will
If
act
to
tb
of
the
first
do
of
oa
is
cars
sn
Us
s
re
port a
b
be
to
!
f
MIST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
AT STORE
" Town Street,
AT P21IOBS
TO SUIT THE TIMES
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
AWWIPfO TO TnR WAR WETTTEEN
J the Union and the Sunny Booth, I hire concluded
to tell out '
A aTl MY GOODS, ;
' tIR ' " - "1" '
bihijOW cost.
Th stock oonsliU of th largest lot of :
mm ooods;
In th elly of Columbni; " ' '
JAC08TT8, " "'
,. i. - CAVJRICI, I r
8SH.LUVTI,
ESaEBAISAI, , t
I ' Wilt, .
' " ' PLAIDS, 1 1
ion rmm caksbics, -1 -,
C01IAHI, EDQIKGI, JIIOBT fiRAT). .
i BOSItST, PIH8. BUrTONS,
6TJBFERDSBS, BOOKS ASD BYIS, ' ;
: and all kinds of ' '.' "',..'
NOTIONS AND 8MALL WARES,
the best HOOP SKIRTS laColombos, and at
-. lowutprtci, , . . -,
.... ... ! Then, ledlee. all. bMhttsat aad small,-. 11
, i, , Come, give me a sail, . . '
. . , ','j And tb.o you'll Aud A. sL K. iToaaia -.1
j..V'i jlnall At Sioey.. ,,-- 1
..'-fiolL " '-- ' ITOsRIB, Agent,.
. , , - Bemoaber the War lBe.,W Town atreat.-.
aprll.'u3ai . . rt Coltuebtts, Ohio
runt l it.
mm
Por the WSTANT &XLLII
T 1 n PSBUAHKNT OtTRB of th
( 1 iTIitl SISiSlliir' MsTnnlalift aaA
ERDT'I
BSOHCHIAL CI0AE2TTES,
H4UrO.B. HTMOTJB A CO., 107 Sossas St., H. T,
''. Trio II per bot seat fre by post. , , ,
" TOI lAH. AI A". PaQOwISTi. ,
saayMvti .) r -:
SPECIAL NOTICES.
.
i
i
...
100
old
In
of
.
j
't
th
i-
j
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, HOW BESTOBKD.
irron imnT.TP.nET). ON TUB NATURE. TRKA
WENT ANU RADICAL CUKE Or ATORKbK A
Bominal Weskoesa, Bexual Debility, Norroutocss.Ia
volunurv KuiUsiono and Impolooor, rosulllnf from
- ...... T .1.. 11 U.Ik U .n ,
undorseahwa piam eoveiopo, w .a.,P..
kl.lNK. i7 lloweiv. New York. PostOffloe Box. Mo
. n oaiialnl . IWn SlIJLUIIIBJ. II V AI aasao w s
mart21:3mdkw
mOFFAT'S LIFE P1IXS.
In all eawt of oostiwness, dyspersla, billions and llvor
affections, piles, rheumatism, rovers aad agues, obsd
naU bead aches, and all general derangements ot health
these Pills havo invariably provod a certain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will plaoo tho Life Pills beyor.d
tho roach ofcompolitlon la tho estimation of ovorypa
Uent. .- k' a
Br. Moffst's Pliujnlx Litters will bs found equally of
neaclons In all cases of nervous deMUty, dyspepsia, bead
ache, ths sickness Incident to females in delicate health,
and every kind of weakness of tho digestifs organs.
lot sale by Dr. W. B. 1I0FVAT, 335, Broadway. H. Y.
and by all Druggists. BaySS-dS-wV
The following i an extract from a
letter written by the Kev. . J. 8. Holme, paster ol the
Pierrepolnt-Btrcet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, K. T.,to
the "Journal and MeiscDirer," Cloclnnstl, 0. , and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mas.
Wimuin's Bootbino Bvarr roa Cuildren Tmumoi
Wo see an advertUment in your columns of Ha
WmrLOW's Bootiiihs SvKur. Nnw ws never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before In oar life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers that this Is no bum
bUg WS IIAVS TH1D IT, AMD K0W IT TO 00 AU IT
claims. It Is probably one of the moit successful medi
cines of the day, because it ia ono of ths best. And those
of your readers wno nave babies can't ao oeiier man
lay In a supply.
oc!i7:lydstw
HTJNKEWELL'S
For all THUOA'r and
LTJNO , COMPLAINTS,
includln.- IVIIOOFiNO
COfJOH, and every
Complaint the foreran
ner of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
UNIVERSAL
couan
REMEDY.
HTJfKKKWEUi'S
TOLU
ANODYNE.
The Orcnt NF.IJHAL
ClC ItHi'ltUY and Nat
ural oPIA'I'Ki adapted
to every species oft ner.
voiiw Complaint. Ner
v o u a aud Chronic
Headache, Khenma
tiem, Catarrb, '1'ooth
mid Far Ache, f.oas vf
Nieep. nnd Howcl Com
plaints.
No real Justice can be done the above preparations
but by procuring- and reading descriptive pamptileis.t
he round wiin an dealers, or win no sent oj rropneior -on
demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Vliysl
eisns, who will find developments in both worthy their
acceptSDce and approval.
Correipondei-ce solicited from all whose necessities oi
enrloilty prompts to a trial of tho above reliable Kemo
dies.
fur rale by the uiual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN I.. HUSNEWELL, Propricto
CHSMIBT AND PHARMACEUTIST,
So. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mats
Roberts St Bomuel. N. B. Mamie. J. B. Cook, J M ,
Denig, 0. Denis; St Sons, A. J . gchucller fc Bon, Asonts
for Oolnmhuo. Ohio. myl-oly
TUE ItlTJTtTAIj A.IFE
t$UnACE COMPANV
OF NW YORK.
P. 8. TFikitos, President. Isaac Asbitt, Secrotary.
Net Cash Assets, February t, 1801
GQ.OC9,OOG.74.
RlCDEiT COMPANY IU TBS UN1TSD STATES 1
JO'All (he Prodis are divided among the IniuredQI
Applications and Pamphlsia can be hod by applying to
FRED'K J. FAY, Aoint,
Carptntcr's Building, 117 Sjnth High Street.
sprll dim
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AN O iHO.TI
LONDOKDERRY, GLASGOW,
. , Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
KTja-W TOIlK.
Ths Montreal Ocean Steamship Comnsnv's flrst-clsas
full-powored Clyde-built Hteamers sail every Mat
nrday from PORTIiAND, carrying ths Canadian and
United States Mall and passengers,
NORWROIAN, '. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTU BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
. CANADIAN, . '. NOVAnCOTIAN. -
Sbiortcat. Cheapest and Quickest Con.,
vcyuncc froui
AHEHICA TO ALL PABT8 OF ETTBOPZ.
Kates of PacMsage to Etiropej,
$30. 6Q. QO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesdays
and from QUKDBO every Saturdays calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Molls and
Paifenpers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Iiy These Steamers are built of iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeoo, and
every attention is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of passengers. As they proceed direct to LON DON
DEBT, the great risk snd delay of calling at Bt. John's
ll avoided.
Glasgow pawtsngers are furnished with ruts passage
tickets to and from Londonderry. .
Reinrn tickets granted at reduced rates.
Certificates issued for eanryiug to and bringing out pas
sengtrs from all the principal towns of Oreat Britain and
Ireland, at re laced rates, hy this line of steamers, end
by the WASHINGTON LINK Of BAILINQ PAOMIT8,
leaving Liverpool every week .
Sljjht itrafts for 1 and upwards pay
able In JKnalund, Ireland, Scot
laud or Wales.
for possige, apply at the Office. 23 BROAD
WAV, Now kork, and IA WATER ST.,
Liverpool, . -,
BABEL A S2ABLE, General Agents,
Or to- J, R. ARMSTRONG
nolO-lyd&w . Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio.
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
. DO YOU WANT WHISKERS! .!
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE! ,
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S
' ' , CttEBQATED
Stimulating ODgncnt,
1- j . 1 . . , '
For the Whiskers and Hair
Tha snbscrlbers take pleasure In annouoclng the
Oitizens of the United States, that they have obtained the
AieDcy for, and are now enabled to offer to tbe American
publio, the above Justly oelebrated and world-renowned
article. The . . t . ,. , .
STIMULATING ONGUENT
Is prepared by Ss. 0. P. BKLLINQHAM, an eminent
phyilclan nf London, and Is warranted to bring out a
thick st of . . ., , ti..
Whiskers or a Mustacliev
in from three to six weeks. This article is th only one
of the kind used by tbe Vrenoh, and in London and Paris
It Is in universal use.
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, actios; as if by magic upon tbe roots, causing
abeautlful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to. the
scalp, It will cure siumtrra, and canie to spring up In
place of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Ap-
Elled ecoordlng to dlreotioos, It will turn sts or TOWt
air it ark, and restore gray Hair to Its original color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "Oxetreirr" is
an Indispensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and
after oie week's use they would not forancouskieraUoa
bewlthoutlt. .
The subscribers sre the only Agents for th article In
the United States, to wh.ro all orders must be addressed.
Pri-e One Dollar a box for sals by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "ongoeat" (warranted to be
ths deetred effect) will be sent to any who deUre It, by '
mall (direct), securely packeit. on reotipt el pries and
poitago, fl.18. Apply to or address . , . ,
. II0RAC1 L. DIOsMAtf St 00.,.
BaosaisTS, A., .,
hb!0dAw6m S4 William Street. rtew-Tork.
TOIASTJET DEPARTMENT 01 0HI0,( .
-Oowasos. April t, 1WI. J ,f.
Ba-vingej- Z3arUc . of Cincinnati.
Al,L,rKK8WSl8 IIDLDMO THE CIIU
en latinc Notes of the Savlulii Bank of Clneionatt
will present ihe same at this office fcr redemption, what
tbey will be pou ia iuii.
spre dim . ' A. P. ST08B. Treassrerof State.
a. N r SS . A ti H B V m t e SHI,!,
Dockaees of BTAT10NSRY and JIS7BLRTit
rices one-lliird less than cad be purchased elsewhere
Call on or address (sump eooloied) t. L. BAIlBr.BO,
lit Court St.. Boston. Mast. march 8R;dm.
T) Of MKT,. H1BBOHS TABAn
XJ JHJCHES, e sty ls, Just opened by
hum Sc ROK.
fiprllS
X, Soutb Bleb tWW'X

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