70 y. At"'-' ,?ar
on tin day ftublloatitm.
-r.trti C lit MM JO C I
a .iSiSa I
'Ti r.mM ,,....
"... . i.
tht) tffan ,
c"i- Hnfti (IV'i'iaBtled il hand
Mutilating tb.A lTork
fVd tffati wai8occ8sful,but lntie
i.f thn iaci tliat the Cvmmtrcial U mmplT
J .Uition of the H-VfflI
D.rfor the U.k7Mc.Vt.t.,11-f -r
iQg out the niie of Ihe -i-M
thai of ft'W-f Jiu!f
Trj appropriate for theUUer pper
rv.. -vxri to.be .complaint from H
th. Commiwariat Depsrtment ot we vo"ul"
Army. U batof W' tt'r01'"- '""T ! I
.i.:.".nmntalnt. aa lr as We iame
rOUlUV ! ill'" - , I
' 1-T aimepehnn 1
ii e at finr.e. . i uvia ib r Kr' i
:if .peak; u
. . , .... .,,.. .ul n. 1
ironlre fhfrsH aflrtiplralie int Mr
gj and jadgment, to aeep mem w.. -u i
1T profiiioned. rfih gfeat campsigne oN
rL5i,beHqaired.Athe Commlsearlat Depart
ment first to be attended lo. ' !
UTTe; .lfi U the Ganalnow in
the bauds of a 'cbnfeience (ommittco ot the
two House., Thus.his, the mwt important
measofe before the fpgislature on the first Mon
day in January Ua, has beenbronsht np to the
close of the session whnoo.eb7 definite action,
and ii new wdijel to defeat ;by tome eue casu
alty o.ef.io4V' tl.v'iextrftTa6auce and
.htK in canal mftoaRemeu. lo which we have
" i ,
eo frequently reierret, .w u -6"
All torts of expedients have Deen resoneu ro
by the Board, aided by a number of persons
nratendkM' tv be in fvor ot a lease, but in fact
. l.ii'ii 1 ',;I.in th fiABAral
opposed to f lo fll .luta m the uenerai
A-sembly. Tstcuty five, thouund dollars per
annum have bee'nofTered As a rent for the canals,
h. resnaneible parUes and jet bodies of men
byrespewioe ps rue. , nu ,
who are knbwhtobc lu some of these offers
are privately wotking with members to prevent
i base' Why ia this so7 The people will hold
their ReweieeuUM'-i nod Sciitors to a strict
ll,eitKepM ;iTf i' ,
eeonns if Aey auiouru without providing
. . 1 1. 1 ..nJ.I. ntnn In
soma reiorm soma cueca. uu cjmpcu. cw
this great lek In the treasury
The Deroaid for VliQrous and Deelsive AcHon.
j a A. '(
, . i .l ir itiia Autitaw
i ne ereiii muri oi iu? puuy vi
, " . ,' .. ,,; of the war As
are for a vigorous prosecution of the war. as
pesce caunot be nau wuooui war, tuej uewauu
that the centest bo curried on with decision and
n-rov until It shtlr end In a re-assertion ot
. . , .v. ii. .i,.nn,,t (h. -bnl.
National authority throughout the whole
Union, or a permanent and noai separation oi
tbe States." Taev want no armistices, no need-1
.'iii'A.. -k:. Ar..A
P,T;.T S sir. fnPvItahle-bu thev
tumucu. -.v .
want the DUHinefn Bciueu iu iruo
stvle.wil'wpachaod yefioiefTeCtually that
it Ml , ax WtitlM for , Cor. ery to com.
We have dow a str.xuge state of things exist
ins in nnr nnnr.tra. NothlnB like it has been
seen since the tsreat Revolution. Tbe , whole
... r.. i..b. il,; tJnlf
'www aw -
Mexico ia ouo vast military camp. Tbe sound
of marti.il music' Is heard, and soldiers ere
marching and. mustering ia every city, village
and btmlet in the" land. The North and the
Souil are aliU fading blf the field the no
blest of their eou, in suchnurnberi, ana, with
such e ready goo4 jrill, that.nno UDaeq'uainted
with eirr p history might well infer that
prineTpT employment ns a peaple, bad beta
wir.' The women, toi, neem' inspired wUB
name enthuuiiisra thvt animttes tbe sterner sex,
and are redy for any labor or sacrifice, that
the war may be carried on rigorously and de
cisivcly. " The true rcttliu's'tif all this is, that the people
io both section? of -whnVwe will s'tiif jpalf
. . . . ..: LJ t.-' Vu. jw.
common C9unrry,roiiiTii:LiBaiiw nntui
fliflting queations,-which divide us, settled,
far as an appeal to arms cm settle them. . They
have been unwilling to be drawn into aivil war;
but since It has csme, thev.pk not to be kept
suspense. It is .especially the demand of tbe
people in the' Northern States that the Admin
Utratiou at Wa6hingtPDy riavingr made ;
for seventy fire lbousasd troops, shall use
without any . Btmeoeeiaryjelay after they
mustered into the service, and that it
make a requisition tea ten times tha t number,
if it needs them for the purpose, not merely
defending the Nationil Capital, but of protect
ine and regaining' posewtoa-ol the public
property, and of enforcing the laws ia the eece
ded States. .. .-.t i :t.'. ' :;'
President LtNcor., in his proclamation, di
rected all . combinations,, f 'nen. conspiring
against flie' Federal Government to disperse
within wentydaya. ( The eeQciaicnist show
dispoifltlcta TO aisperso, out are ratner strengin
enirtS'and fortifying themselves' in tbelr posi
tions. .The people in the North begin to inquire
with eagerness, where will the first conflict
Where will tbe Administration operate brat,
what will be tbe nature of its operation!,'
safety of the Federal Capital will in a few days
be placed bevond pora'dventure, andf 'then
country yrlll expect some speedy Md Vigorous
moveaienls,! by the Governmeot, for., retakiag
the forts and other '.property and places In
seceded States, which belong to the Union.
Administration most not get behind the coun
try ln'this '.Btupenddjia .movement which It
inaugurated,' er a. reaction will take plaoe
against' it, as powerful and all-pervading as
thepreoent enthusiasm la favor of sustaining
Every tiling sow depends on the energy of
Government, and it wilt have to move
great promptness and the speed of the locomo
live,' to satisfy ,tte country. Already leading
Republlcin papers ia Ohio 'Ahd 'New York
beginning to it fleet on the "powers that be"
-want .of prompt arid Scciiled satbp, and these
utteripgs ara only tl.. forerunners of terrible
anathemas, If tbe Government does not "come
up to time" and meet the expectations which
has crefttfd, We malelirief extracts from three
different Republican journals, simply to show
our readers the temper, whiob i abroad t t .
"When-' a call M 'mad (fnr' vita iteer)-' the q'nee
Hon la not who ahull,, Du who ehall not enliit.
bounty oirenliatmeot ia seceiwary' Vaung taem leave
rnpaitabl prolilahle eccnpetione to take np arme.
Kvirv man looka upon hiinieir M a posilble aolilinr,
k idi. lather than otbdniiae, to hope that tbe exigency
will arrive wblch will mail It imperative upon btfo
follow 10 PS.H1 lia lamitor ui ilia cuumry. , .
And tbla ia the sum total of our military Inventory
ua alund .nat of Iravtaud tpiriMjnm,' Upon
point we feel r-iluctint to apeak at we feel; bat the
L came wlu'n souellilng stmuld be laid when, at leeat,
eonie wenk bint or ali;ht InilmatU n ahould be thrown
outaita whatii Indnpf malic to trana'orm title great
jnaaa of lununal lute lolduira, aud gire it aometiiog
.warlaeeilidiincy. . .....
The word I in every-body mouth, and we need not bo
te rept it. . We want a nuABnnXtorUy coupUd
tcith aiiily. We htvo it not 1 1 ia not here, nor ara mere
perceptible evidence, trmt'tt la any where. Bo far
litem nrc anv luUdesyrartniBe from wliiob to jadfe.
have neiihurKailorjalnor Slate iccntli'e.-Cfn,(ay
wfreft, April HI. ." ' '. -!; .
' "A BraRTMJia TmsT. It I tateden (he aothorlty
of V'H'fr lirown, "f Bitltlmore, tht the Prealdent
cou-'Jil'il "it n mnte troniia ahall pate through Mary
Imd ami tbHta reiio-tit from Peonavlreni hie bM-n
turned back pariuant to Ibia arrangement. Our eortes-
nnniixnt niTM a itr different account of the decision
- - . . . , . , . . , a. . .......... . ItUl
rraslitent. ll m roeioiui w(i
' Under thle ttelHI we abstain rrom sum cttoh
sack agreement o tlx part of lb. Prealdeat would
oatumlly pro? eae. will eimpiy rnr v
President iune no email rlek of being tvptrudri to nie
offloo, If ho undertake! to lhwrt Iho clear and n"1"
determination of Iho people to maintain -th 'W"'
the Government of the United Hub, tod to prowji
Waaraln Ilia mliiatof KeVOIUllon,
inch cmarfeoclei th. people ra Try tpt to flnJ
"7" . V. i.L Ja not kiDMB
jaoHW iwnr, n we rorma ... - . ,,.
UIWIWJjm.. -J, .,,,,.
nil jum aonjf .... ; -t.
oK)i. oarrj'ogi . ,
-Jjj. J J
HHl ni In Ilia
i . 1 1 . inMiuihla anllaflcc
auu aiofna aau itv ; li n uuih.
atrnotioa of a.li. To niooaauo iminuiv
lortowa naadererjr imp our nnTj u. -
k.M maIIw an ib and mown UD ICB nrav-vHuv
carrjlDK.iBall, no lew than four banana
' nnfarrnt ha deatruttlon of the valnable
Parry AnonaK rather than ipill a little traitor-
Virginia hkMxi. "Homanliy" permtte our own
..tn I hniohararf In tha atreeU of Baltimore, and
eonteoto llatlt with argainf the point with a Ireacheroui
Gorertar. ,' t ;. ''' .
Bunaulty, la faet, In the tenee la wblon the term nae
been aiedby the aawiee lorere ol peace, ta only fatal
Imbeclllly. action, Tigerona, prompieuu auiuu---
iaUonir. UmMr MdplrU that perades a por
fioo of the preae and people, and lo caution all
.KM; t,i.M iw their rlnt ta to main-
MrT-HVlUIU5 V !-a D j
the troeat Humanity In anch a atnig.le at ouri.-aVi
York Ktmina PotL Asril 85.
Vp do not publish the abore eitracte with
a view to endorse them, but to ihow the rero-
- . . . . .
i. .mi iuvim. ami iunfl nf me canBiiiaivu
. . .j
vluch demands all the ooolness and calm judg-
ment which can be brought Into requisition,
and the truest fidelity to the constituted au-
thorlties, whether the eonise of policy tbey
adopt accords with our own judgment or, not.
An appropriate time will hereafter come ' for
free'dUcuJtion of all matters ; connected with
tha present state of aff lre. ( ,
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 102.
GENERAL HEAD QUARTERS, ADJ'T GEN.'S OFFICE.
COLUMBUS, O., April 25, 1861.
The following reculations, additional to those
heretofore published, will govern the troops now
to tamp jauaouu; i. a
1. The firing of pistols and other firearms,
I unless nnaer tne uirecuou oi cuiiiiiku
m Md be,onf the nmi 0f the Camp,
a. Captains of companies will promptly report
all violations of this regulation, as well as
cases of intemperance, and these offenses will
be Ti(ited wlth ieere penalties or prompt die-
charge from the service. "
3. Disorder in the dining halls, barracks,
forcing the lines of sentries, and all other vio-
of discipline, affecting the peace
wen.being of the Camp, will be reported to
Colonel commanding, and will be dealt with
they deserve. r
4 Colonels of regiments will organize
musie of their companies into corps, and
tha, they e drined tog,ther in the proper beats
. 1 1 . : 1 1 ..k.;..J JmJ.ii
&na cans; out do mui;o mu,pwiimwiuanu(
the hours assigned for drill, until tbe men
further advanced in tne scnooi oi tne soiuier.
5. Companies attending church in the
will march without musio, and ouly tho roll
calls will be permitted In campou tbe Sabbath.
I G. Fub llo notice will DO eiveo ot tne umea
, . -
wnen elll""B aou tiranger may -.eiv ma v.mp.
m Taegdy, bow-
i eTer t9 raoilltata the mustering or tne iroops
I into the United States service. .
I ipnit 4u.r.xu nKn.
I camp are required to report to their Captains
, M they wl), roport iQ th
i g,Btant Adjutant General, at tbe btate House,
t 10 o'clock P. M; after which the CapUlns
nfl will beheld responsible for tbe absence of
member of their company from Its quarters
' i tit morning. iot more man one cuuimieniuucu
i oliicer can oe aosent irom ni compaoj,
quartered, at night, without a furlough
s g Soldiers in Camp, and not having leave
.bgencefrom Camo. are prohibited from carry-
I inif arml of anv kind. Without permission
their Captain, and such permission must Include
of J regniaiion armsuseu u. or,.,.
a. trening prayers wui oe onereu oany
Camp at 4 o'clock P. M., by Chaplains
their services In this behalf. 1 -
10. On 8unday, religious service will be
at 11 o'clock A. M.,and 3 o'clock' P. M
Comnanies will be permitted to attend service
ia city churches during the morniug, if timely
H. B. CARRINGTON.
By order of Commander in-Chief.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 101.
GENERAL HEAD QUARTERS. ADJ'T GEN'S OFFICE.
April 28, 1861.
Tbe State will bear no part the cost
subsistence of Companies, which have entered
or $hall enter the Camps, Taylor, Jackson,
Harrison, unless their organization waa regular
ly accepted at General Head Quarters, and
marched nnder orders.
Commanding officers, Commissaries, and
parties having this matter In charge, will
this order in mind, as it will be rigidly
Companies now ia Camp and already accept
ed 1 will receive an early assignment to
regiment, bnt no additional arrangements
receiving troops into tne uamps win oe at
H. B. CARRINGTON,
By order of Commanderin-Chief.
Gov Dannison to the Mayor of Cincinnati
THE STATE OF OHIO. EX. DEP.,
COLUMBUS, April 23, 1861.
Dear Sir: My views of tbe snbieot suggest
ed in vour meesaije are these- So long as
State remains ia tbe Union with professions
attachment to it, we cannot discriminate
tween that State and onr own. . Ia this
we must be clearly in tbe right in every
and I think it better tbat we should risk
thing, than tbat we should be In tbe slightest
degree chargeable witn anyming tending to
ate a rupture with any State which has not
clared Itself already oat ol tberUalonn - .
. To seize arms going to the State which
not actually seceded, would give pretext
the assertion that we had in angnrated
conduct, and might be used to create a
feeling in favor of secessioa,when it otherwise
would not exist, and end In involving us
border warfare, which all good citizens
,' Until there was such oireometaotiel
as to create a moral certainty oi aa Immediate
intention to use tbe arms against us, 1
not be. willing to order their seizure. '.
less would I be willing to interlere with
transportation of provisions. Having the
most confidence that your prudence and
will avoid anv just cause of complaint
tbe part of onr Kentucky neighbors, I
W. DENNISON, Gov. of Ohio.
GEO. HATCH, Mayor of Cincinnati.
Union Meeting in Jackson Township.
GROVE CITY. Friday. April 26
At a Union meeting of the citizens of
City snd vicinity, able snd eloquent
were made by Kev. K voagbty and others.
meeting was largely . attended, and great
thusiasm and patrttniesa prevailed.
Politics were Ignored, and every one,
a known exception, evinced their determination
to stand by tbe Government. ' '
.The following resolotioas Were unAnlmotwlj
adopted: .- n- . . . ;
Ktiolvtd, That we, tne citizens or
township, and Unloa-lovlog - citizens of
Unite! States, are ready to give our influence,
our money, and, if necessary, to sacrifice
lives, in tbe maintenitnce ,$f tbe .Constitution
sad lawenf the UoioBa-- - .;
- Rmli, That we appreciate tbe services
those noble volunteers whobsve Already
in the defence ef the liberties of our country,
and ars ready arid willing to land oar: aid to
support of the families of sack volunteers
mar require it. ...
Committee W. F; Brick; Esq., Drs C.
Denig, H.IIangbn, iq.,Abrm Smith,
HUGH GRANT. Chairman.
Fsoti Can aba. A dispatch .from 'Toronto-
says tbat, "As insay spplic'loo have been
are being made by Citizen of ths Northern
States to Canadians for Enfield rifles, Ac
mav bs well to state tbat there are none
Canda but those belonging to (be Government
for the see of the Canadian militia, and
cannot be obtained."
HUGH GRANT. Chairman. OHIO LEGISLATURE.
HUGH GRANT. Chairman. OHIO LEGISLATURE. ADJOURNED SESSION.
HUGH GRANT. Chairman. OHIO LEGISLATURE. ADJOURNED SESSION. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, April 27, 1861.
[Conclusion of Saturday morning's Report.]
Mr. WOODS, Jo'jt
to iuT(WtlgktS mMtt?f 8 it) Itt&tkOt 1 Tn OOU-
" . V . Tl Aa.a - !
trmOi lOf lUstaininir iroups "i vnuiu Jt""i
. The CiAiWLc
may oiApru, io,
I ik. Senate.be aDEOlnlfO ' 10 lBf MIISiKf. no
Plble foment, rt.
adot!td the follow Iok latDt
I "Rttolord, bu the Genntit AnmUy of tht Slat
tJ OAie, That a committee-of flve'on the ari
of the HotifltV -fid- thrr oiV' the Vr 01
manner In which the Toltteteereoldlert at Camp
Jackson, war Columbui, Ohio, are nmlehei
with food, and what fxirtner errangencDts are
neoewart W proTide for the proper care and pro
vlalon of tha YOlunteera' to oeepied by the
Gaarnftr!"andthe undetalinted harinu been
appointed ' raid' ' committer, have dieoharged
I the duty Impoued nprm thent by Bald rtaolutioo,
ana reoori. - "
That the trolunteere named in (aid resolution
are fnrnlvbed wtib fooaby a company ef persons
under the name of BntUr. Dooaldsoa and Com
atock, under a ton'raot, a copy of which la ap
pended to tme reports marfced (A vnyaaia
oontract, eald Butler, Dnnald'oa and Comatock
iti..j.u.j a fM.i.WJ ika 'Insitnla, Pjit P.amn
axrnv w iuiuwwii wvumv i v vw I'
I lor IDS uaio miuua, uuuer uw uircoiiuu i us
oOTernor of the State, to fit np suffloient bttild-
I toga upon the grouuds for two regiments of
woops, sou w piw iun . ,.! . w..u .r
regular meals iu a sulllcieut ball upon' the
rounds, said meals' to be regularly furnished
three times per day, the provisions furnished to
consist of fresh beef, salt beef, pork, mutton,
bread, butter, potatoes, coffee, sugar, milk, and
the usual condiments for the tablei ' 1 "-
The contract further provides that the State
of Ohio shall quarter with said Biwler, Donal i
son and Comstock all the militia of Ohio that
may be tinder tha command of eald State and
collected at uoiumous, euaer as a piace oi reii
1 4,,.niu rr the mimosa of mutriut!thetn into
I tae ge.viceof the United State orjhe State of
I UnlO, BO long as toe presriit reueuiuu na ui-
I turhlinCe 0f ,Qe country shall continue.
i The consideration to oe paw oy tne state to
is ...d -amractors. ss provided lor in said oontract,
1, fifty CenU per dy for each person so quar-
terea snd tha further sum ol one thousand dul-
all lar tg Donu to defray tbs expenses in part
tn9 preparation o(. the aecammodatlonforthe
. ., , u ., u. s SVlli, v, , .,
without pausing to express their amasatocot
fct lbe profligate extravaganoe of such a eontrsct
on th, part of the State, by which a .company
and of C0Dtt,ctors are enabled to make a netlprelit
the r from twelve to fonrteen huirfredwollars daU
as Jt th committee proceeds at once to-give the
u re8Ult of their investigations.: rd Kw-
the Io tbe dii0harge of their duty, tbe c3mmiuee
see made a personal examinationof tbs kltobcn and
dlmn. -ooro, erected by Batler, Donaldson
. ' . .
comgtock, tor the purpose 01 cooicinganu sart
log the meals of the volunteers, and also ot
food prepared for their use. , ; ' "
The preparations made by tbe contractors
eookicK and serving tbe food were found entire
Iv ioadeauate to eonnlethem toeomply with
their contract. Tbereault Is that large number
, .iu.. r
of tbt v0 unteers are not able to get thetr meals
lm .hre. four Md iometimes honrs after
,h teeaiu mtA tma. vv'bea tbe .committee
, I visited tbe dining room, it was near the boor
'" ten o'eiocK A. m. , ana tne volunteer naa
at , all b-eakfasted. In tbe opinion of the com
,he A,. yei au w lurni.biD(. he V9lmeett witn
I rtuiar msaU, as requited by tbe contract. It
1 no Mlwer ta this to say that: more men rwere
any I ..,.,od .t r,a.mnJninfni than the cnDtracutni
un- elpected, B, their contract they stipulated
., were to nave tne exoiusiva right toprovls-
I ion n the vpluoteers that might be quartered
from tbere, and it was thoir duty to anticipate
oi rZuot ch ulVriiiei la serving
.ai. i.th.nm .ill h. ta,iii. It
Of I il.ln. mthair health. nraua rliaatifatii.n
trjd insobordinatioo, breaks up their regular
drill, and . laul to All discipline. It tbuuld,
mi h0--. ha Btated. to the credit of tbevolun-
who I Uetfi tbtit M outbreak has as yet ocaurredj
'..I ihouRhireuuently threatened. , ,
held I Ff0D1 per.onl inspection, tbe committee
butjfoBrjd jj,, ood prepared and in conrae of
I ..,: i ih men. to ba sound aud ahalexurie
,nd ,bundant,.und what was,teatly for tbe
well cooked. ... There ,wa a great plenty,
sound, well boiled hams, boiled beans,, bread,
sweet, white ana ugnt, ana a tair article or
The coffee which was shown to tbe com.
mit.ee as ready for the table, was strong, clean
and good, '.Of course, the committee can
speak fiorn personal knowledge of the quality
of the, provisions on tne aay on i wuicu
made their examination., But their, iuqulrie
satisfied them, tbat oq no occasion has uusound
food been served to the volunteers. . Jt jny
true, however, tbat in tne overwneiming
of volunteers to the camp, and owing to
inadequate moans provided by the .contractors
for reediba- suou a targe ooav at men. tne
has not always been a well cooked as on
da whan tha committee made their, visit. .,
T - .... 1 . . ' -:.
: lathe further discharge ot tbelr duties,
committee examined several of the officers
the camp on the subject matter ol investigation.
Amnna these were LAOt. marrow ana aaieut-
Sage. of Franklin, countj; Capt. MaDougal,
Kicking countj ; VP- Asnmeaa sna iiieui.
inann. ol Losan county; Cap'. Coleman.
nmmrn and laieut. uurtis, oi oiiami countri
and Capt. Kelts snd Lieut. Maxwel1, of Warr.cn
county. -.'..'-', ,
Tha oninion of the majority oi theaa gentle
man was, tbat the food furnished the volunteers
was sound ana generally wen cooxea,.
not alwava. Some of them stated that, on
eral occasions, tne rooa was not woousome
palatable, irom the fact that it had been
too long before serving.. All, however, admitted
that there naa oeea au ijupruveoiru. iu tue
fn the twentv-fonr hours Drecedinr tlie
loalion of tbe committee.., , Tbe great. cause
complaint alleged by these gentlemen was
has already been alluded to by the committee,
namely, the irregulaiity of the ogra,
meals- . 4 -V -,
As the result of tbeir.lpvestlgaUoa, tbe
mittee recommend that ' if the volunteers
o remain at Camp Jackson for any considerable
length of time, the present mode of subsisting
the meo be abandoned, aud tbe present contractu
be annulled, on the grouud of their poo-performance
on tbe part of the contractors,
that tha men be furnished with tents,
equipage and rations, and required to do.
own eouking, ss in toe uoueo, otieR Army.-r
This will enable tbe volunteer to obtain
meals at regular hours, wilt accustom him to
ordinary duties and practices or e-imp lire,
greatly promote ma beano sua comiort. ,
in tne meantime, tne committee recommrnn
.i,.!. --TJarfUS mv
that four fi' of the tomiiond omoaN
Camn Jackson be detailed to inspect tlaily
quality of food prepared for the voluuteet
the contractors, tbe manner and regularity
which it is served, and tbat they be required
report daily at head quarters. - 1 '' f '
t The committee feel , that it li due to
Dennison to say, tbat we attach no censure
him lor bis approval of tbe oontract with
Donaldson & Comstock. In consequence
tbe Immense pressure of businers brought
him by tbe requisition of tbe Pre lo ent. It
been impossible for' him to- exaniine Into
details of tbe business transacted by his
and be bas been compelled In a
degree to rely upon their capacity and fidelity
, - TH0S..M00RE.,
-,t 1 . i . - -bE0 w.'HOLME
. MARSHAL McCALL,
'! ! 1 iSesafe Cuitimifff
; , -v f -i:f ij , ROBINSON.i ,'
,W.B. WOODS, i -
1 isaac WELSff;,
, ..B-mrii llovtt Committee-
. Mr. SLUSSER off.rsd 4 resolution giving
one ol the Hall oa Monday evening next for
examination of candid to for Army Ssrgeons,
which waa agreed ten c it -a n
The report en sastaiBing Of ioWht s stCsmp
Jackson was taken .Bp; when 1 "' ' "' ' .."'-,
Tbe amendmeot vf Wr BALDWIN
agreed to. .-...!, A"-'-
, : Tbe report wsf IlioB adopted."
S. B 311 To amend sections two and three
tbe sot to Provide more effectually for tbe
of the r8 tater gin st Invasion, ; Was
the Am tim whr-n ' -!' i""r4-l
al rule be suspsndad. ar4 the bill read a
time nOW. .lrl w ll .,19,,vtM .'.rn':'
Fending this uiotlon, a tuesaace was received
from the Governor in. relation to the paseaet ei
8. B. 311. ' 1 -i r j :-v, f i i
The vote wat then taken on the suspension of
the rules, and resulted yeas 33, nays ax.v i
So the House retused to suspend.the ruie.
AFTERNOON SESSION. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
AFTERNOON SESSION. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MONDAY, April 29, 1861.
:..Mr. WOOD, from the select committee to
whom watt referred IU B,-,4C1.T(k cboourage
:ilM)kiliin( of Ueckbtrde iu Ottawa ooimty
reported the same back, with the Senate's
amendments' thereto, which awcr agreed to
yeas 67, nays 4.
. w nen the Journal was read, "t
i Sim WOODS moved that the Journal be cor
rected by the insertion of the Message of the
Qovetnor received on Saturday After some
diftousrilnn, as to the custom on the subject,
Mr. V0RI3 moved that the motion be laid
on the table,, which wa disagreed to -'yeafl IS,
nays 09 ,lf,a., y, -. .,' .. . .
The vole was then taken on placing the mes
sage ohvtbe. Journal ! which resulted veal 54,
aaji 15, ., Tle Clerk was then ordered to Cor-
redk the Jonrnal aceordinelv.
Mr. I1UGHE3 moved that speeches on tbo
abore subiect ba out Into the oihoial report.
. . t. , . . . . i ,r i
Mr. MXfcliS moved w jnciuae an emorjo
annnehpa on tha auhieat. .. .. ..
' - . , . .irtir. .1 . I 1 14
Mr. I'UASS 10. muvea inai no inemuer nuyuiu
writ out his remarks. . i ., .
All Iku.MAllnnl M.aill3ailMdl1 tA
i B. C. 311, To amend the Ten Regiment
Hill waa read a second time and referred to
the Committee on finance
Tho House then took a recess.
Arrival of Troops at Annapolis Junction, and
their Departure for Washington.
tender : The Seventh Rr-cimeut ' of Nw' York,' and
ptrtpl tho Twelfth Regiment of Massachusetts
Volunteers, took up tne line or marcn irom An
napolis between b and 7 o'clock on Wednesday
ruorumgi and arrived at the Junction at about rJ
o'clock yesterday. Tne column Kept tne ran
road track. od marched all Wednesday night,
nttu. two brass cannon in tbe van, and pickets
and skirmishers out. Tbey marched quietly,
without drum, and thecJuntry people werenot
aware of tbelr night passtge, eitaougn tney
ujckel along the road during tne day time. "
Tho troops baited, ana kioanng nres, oreai
ftcd in the - woods of Columbus Jaoobe, tsq
throwftia, theiiselves on their blankets on tbe
Vround Tbe fires were kindled with the feno
n . , .a. a - tJr.
ma on tne Place, out an aeairoyea was paiu lor,
The troons after breakfast formed and marched
up to King 'e woods, at tne juncuon, ana plant
ing th'ir' gnards and pickets, laid themselves
down to catch some repose after their fatiguing
m irali. The two taverns at the Junction aia
thriving business while the liquor lasted, tbe
sWters' imbibing freely. Fifty cent a dozen
wcro paid for eggs, and other articles or looa
said In Mfroortlou. 1 Tha soldiers' rations was
biscuit, ma resiaents oi ins piace mingiea
with thesoldlers, and conversed freely wltn them
rrffirdiDtr their mission. ' " -
1 heir only present onjeot waa to aciena tne
Ctpital, and ultimately to reunite tne country
The members of the seventh reelment esoectat
ly were Very fair in tlietr polltloal dlscrimlna-
UoQr ana expressea tneir -contempt tor tne
preaching and doctrines of the Northern fanat
ics, t Tbey were sadly deficient In news concern
log the great events toing on in tbe country, and
read with avidity several eopios of tbe "Sun
Extra," which found tbelr way Into toe camp..
About ten o'clock yesterday morning, tbe
train seised at the Washington depot came out
front Washington, in charge or conductor un
ites, euarded by about 100 soldiers. The regi
ments got aboard and left for Washington about
eleven o'clock, where they arrived abont noon.
Much enthusiasm attended theirarrival. About
A P.iM. the train returned! in charge of Con
drietor Duvall, Collins being sick, and conveyed
the Massachusetts regiment- into Washington.
A train of burden cars, in charge of Conduc
tor Fairbanks, was taken possession of in Wash
lnetoo on Monday-1 Fairbanks walked all
way from Washington to ibis city yesterday.
The road from tbe Junction to Washington is
military road in Its strictest sense. Troops
stationed all along tbe road at convenient dis
the track, and switch
Th members of the seventh regiment especial-1
Baltimore Sun, April 25.
Investments in Canada.
. The Toronto Ltader of tbe 24th complacently
points, out t-he British Province of Canada
the most genial refuge of people who are dis
turbed by tne political troubles on tuis siae
the Lakes, aqa; tue s&iuei spot to whiah capital
and enterprise can be meat safely and profitably
transferred.. Wo give en extract ,
, Canada, the jano ov KirccE rrcscnt
Dearancos warrant j tbe expectation tbat
Province will receive large aocessions to
mnnlation from tbe neighboring States. Many
have , visited us within tbo last fortnight,
the1 purpose of "spying out" the advantages
of. (ha land; .and it u Known tnat arrange-
mests are ...being ; iz eosiveiy maae ,
tne rfsnovai 'uiuiec,. l- iBiuuiea iruiu
callties likely - to - be exposed to the disss
a . I ' . 1 I . U:.a ...
tors Ol.tae iratriviuBi ouuuue. a uJ are uuiu
ing from Southern Ohio, from parts of Peon
sylvanla native-born Americans, intent
securing ror wsir wives ana, emiarea tne
and saiety bo longer obtainable , in their
nelcbbotboods ve know, moreover, tnat
iah-poro .residents ot sstwn org ana some
ths Southern States are Breoarlna to make
ada their home, satibfiadbv sad experience
tbe sense -of stability aud protection which
essential as well to happiness as to virtue,
be1 most .certainly realized under the British
nag. Anotner ana even inure iiguiuuaua
cumstance has transpired. , American capital
ist are insinuating inquiries.. preliminary
the transfer of investmsuts to this, country,
and'.this. feature will become common
further war loans shall bave begun to test
eapicilj of . the Northero And Southern purses;
aud mob violence shall have Inaugurated
system of enforced subsidies, which is almost
inseparable irom civil war. ,
1 - -' ' !lu '
There must be half a dozen Ben MoCulloobs
or else the venerable Bea musVbe endowed
an ease of locomotion not owsy voaebsafed
mortals. Od Saturday, the SOthlns. if tbe
Hive BPertlon of the Miasonrl Dtmoernt Is to
credited, B.'ri McCnllnoh was In Si. LooiS.
the same dy, the telegraph states that he
in'New Orleans.' It appears that on tne
surae dsv he was on bis way front Galveston
Austin. Tbe Galveston iVew, of last Ratur-
Col. Van Dorm C. S.1 A , and Major Ben
yesterday tnorditag by the
i aTl , A4.tIn7 . v... .f,..
The Mnlor will report to Gov. Clark the:
riult of his mission to Virginia to procure
arms ordered by the Convention; and will
himself at the Governor's orders, to go upon
service tbst may be necessary." I --..-.
, A terrible fellow Ben McCalloch Is, tt s'et
laws of locality at defitnee.'and to oscnpy
places at once Vkcago J.mn
I - f.
. Com. Stocxtom vor the, Union-tCoo.
tod,iof New Jersey, Is ont in a letter- aldreMsd
to Gov.' Olden, In which he avows hlsdrtermin
'.ton 'to stand by Ih'e lag. '.'Jt is Ohly tne
Jrrr,er bj iaya, whJoU, separates .JfAtr.'
i-y from the 81ave States, and the peril)
fore, Is Dresiln'He saysr ;'-;';
I nat the atar enincleii bauuer at
vsd, the former residence of one o( the
of the Declaration or inuepenaonoe; tost
which, when a boy, I nailed to the mast
nf the fri-ratc President; that fls whose
I have maintained In more than one personal
combat, that t)g which J have carried, honored
and respected, Ip every clime which I
oq luape MCPBuraao, in Ainninauu uim
through (lie territory Ol California. , ,
U.Rea.. FioHTiNO RgamENTa Hie Net
Empire City regiment, under command of
Andrew Sbeehau, Is now enrolling volunteers
No. 15 West Houston street. Among tbe
ere Billy Mulligan,' Jim Hughes, Ceorge
Mitldlet.op,'. champion , wrestler of Anonc,
Louis Bonel, Ira Coles, Robert C. Keh4e,
P, Hallri, Borjimin, Wells, Join Woods,
Smith, John Williarosn Lewis ConoVer, Michael
Mark, Captain Daniel Aldrich, Major WrMiDg,
John Franklin, and all ire fighting men.
will be two .companies , of riDemerij..tr-ri.ilpced
from this reglmtnt, if possible. ' . ' i
' Fort Monroe is a splendid fort lliwtlwl, nS
would refdst a very large attacking force.' It
cfiujoses 75 acres of ground. U has two tiers
of guns, caserns tee and barbettes, and it .was
thought there were over three nunurea guns
within its walls. It is situated a mile and a
half from the main land, and completely com-
menrla ITamntan'. SoidS nnrtlhe cntTaoew SO
James River, and is of much importance In a
military poiptof view, i I tie peninsula on wnioa
it stands ia aboutone hundred yards in width,
and. of course, commanded by the guns of the
An attack on thil -stronghold could I
not be tuooessful unless by a force of tent of
jrul nniees py a force 01 tens .
in addition to Its (trengtb of posi- J
junded by an outside wall of gran-
j-. ia I.. ' j.j u... J. .11 .f.n.
..v , -.rrT,. --.A-Au.WBn.r--"
lort is a moat oi "" 'y "'"t' I
ureu uu .weuiyuiw ...- - .,-... ,r
. f I l' I I
"Battkrim AWO the Potomac Tha threat I
to plant aecessionbatterlos alobg .fte-Virginia I
shore or the rotomac is not varji uwiuwum-
Opposite Mount Vernon, siiteen mnee neiow
the city, the river la commanded by Fort Wash
ington, In possession 01 an eiuoieua skiiu, uf
the United States.and from that point the stream,
two miles in width, gradually' widens w s
mouth, where It is near); 10 miles across. ' la
1RU. anmA batteries were raised alonsitbe Vir
ginia ehore to oppose the ascent of the British
fleet; but a few broadsides noca tnem
pieces, the fleet aseendea to. Aiexanuna, auo
owninit their port-holes so as to take all the
principal streets, reduced the plaoe on demand,
and levied from It an immense 'amount of trib
ute, in the shape of flour, pork, beof and; tobacco.
Coia. Sdmnkr Sent to Cau 0RHU.-Tbe Syr-
sense Standard says tbat Col. Sumner has been
sent to California, ana aepartea ror tne raoinc
eoast In the last steamer. He Is directed to su
persede General Jobnson, whose loyalty is sus-
' . . . 1 . a r 1 O .a
nerten. ana tne aenarture oi uui. ouuiuca wk
I . . ' ...... .. a .
kept a secrt,leet news of bis oestinatioa ana in
tention ehouia rosea uenerai jonnson oy way ui
tha overland route, and. perhaps, lead the bene
ral to use the forces under his command against
tho country. -.; ;-(li M r.-. f
ThbPsics or BimTWO --Little or none of this
matFinl la manufantnred In this country, and we
are aim net entire! denendent noon the Ensllsh
for the article. The market here is cleared of
. . . .ka alaamaa
It, ana otaors nave gone out oy auo m "'
which will sweep tne t,ngiisn maraet. t
Nw York Enentno Pott, of Monday, says tne
demand for flags has raised the prloe of bunting
from lour dollars and seventy nve cents to twaur
tv eioiit ilnltan. and book muBlin, usually Worth
sis to ten cents, now brings three dollars a yard,
- ,, -
Tint' Fate cp Southern Privateers. ' We
N. Y. Commercial Adnertiter says orders nave
been received from the JNavy department at
Washington, by the ofucers of the various uoi-
ted State vessels, that all persons found sailing
under Jefferson Davis' letters of . marque and
..a.l..l K.eatarl aa niratea; that the OOntU-1
macious be immediatcfy hung from the yard
arm, and the crew and more penitent oincers oi
placed in Irons to await their trial as ocean
brigands. , , j 1
' Matrimony and War. A couple of pending
matrimonial ongagemenU In WoroestnrMa-s
were hurried up by the militia of tho$ city being
ordered to service on the 17th. Thomas Tal-
pot. upon receivins nis orucr to maruu, eg iw-
r P i i ia J al
mediately married to liannan ecnoneio, ana tu-1
rectly after left on the special train for Wash-
tmrtnn. and William R. Chapman, belonging
another of tha oity companies, was Immediately
a..J , Miaa I nr.. Milk-. , .
aainianiu ..a. ..... .v-- . ... j ,.y.
' Mr; Henrv Meade, of Baltimore, wlio was
ia.v m Contain Fnater. of the United States
arm, durins the sleceof Fort Sumter arrived
home on Sunday wees, ana immeuinioij xo
rolled himself in the Maryland Guards, for ser
vice in the causeof the South.. '" '.
UT All should read Pref. Wood's advertise
ment in snother column. ': ,
'. ftT See advertisement of Prof. .MiiXER's
Hair Iuvlajorator In another ooluma. . n. :
Gdirmpit's Balh is one of the best remedies
for Headache we have ever known. -:'
Red, White and Bine
JL . ' CAA.ICOEH,
NECK 'I IBS.
Jolt opened by '
aprSO "' :" '
BAIN t SON,"
No. 29 South Hlghitraet.
. , , - New and Attractive.
MOZAMBIQDES, ' '' '..'r? '"- '-1)!. "'
f i. Traveun Poruss, ' ' ,-jxt:
-1 . !" ' Cheni PoruNS,
j Poil pe Chevses,
,.. ...... ; ...... i-v.,V.. Prizelles,
FtuMCat Chintzes;1'.; " '' ": '
t , French Moslims, -':'... - , .. i
' .. ,'. French 0abANnii3,7 j..
I . Chinese Washino Siles,
Eleoant Dress Silks, , '. , -;
niAW Basque and Mantle Biles;
And; all other new andfaablonabla'auaterlaUmostlB
demand for handaom Srane and atanUllas.
: BAIB t BON,
api59 " . .. , . . NOa.SDiouth Sigh atreeV
EHTSl PAPEK-COlMaARSl AND
Handtom and economical. Alto,
Hhlrti, - -)
lain on Cellared -
Half Iloae, "
- , BAIN a SON.
apr59 ' ' ' aio.S08uthHightret.
GtorgeO. Ojborn )
- ' - : Birparior Coarf.
Samuel L. Lingo.)
TY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI.
JJ to me directed, rrom the Superior Court of frank
lin County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door
tbe Court Ilouae, In the oity or uoinmou, ia ata
Saturday, the 1st day of June, A. 18C1,
St 1 o'clock, P. M.", th following detcribed real
alttata in Franklin eonaty, Obio, ao-wll I A
lot of landaltuate in aection two (9.), townabtp two
range aeventeen ( l7),Unlted State Military Land,
aad deecribed aa follow: Beginning at th centre
the plank road at the eouth-weet oornev of William
Walier'e lot ao. 1; thence et with tbe aonth line
aail Walter'a lot feet, to th corner of aald
thenc aouth parallel with aald road 13 rod; Shane
00 feet; thence north parallel with laid road 13
thenoe eaat to the corner of Bhney'iland; thence
parallel with ali road ) 04-lOt) rode, to a atone;
weal to the centre of eaid road; thene north with
roa lo the place of beginning, containing oyer XJf
fl W. HUFFMAN, BhsruT,'
Annralied at $6.3.
Printer'e feee. 84,50.
Notice to Physicians and Surgeons.
CANDIDATES FOR" ialE POlT OF
Bargeon or Bnrgeon'a Mat te tbe Or V. M. are
hereby BoliBed that th Board of Eaajnlnen wills la
tetalon at tbe hall of the Hopee of Bepreaenlativea, In lb
city of Oolumbui, at o'clock p. M. of Monday, April
80,1801.--.-' ...' v; .-. l - -
No eandldat will be atlmltted to aa xtmlBaUon till
be baa filed with the Secretary of tbe Board eertiftoatee
aatobl belne a medical graduate; alao, aa to hi good
a tanning In the profeeelon and aniforar devttiea io tt
practice; alao, certificate from reputable aonrcea aa to
good habitat and good Handing in community, with 10
yean experience ror Burgeon ana ? year tor surgeon
Mate. ' - - .--rf r" ;
GEO. 0. PL M3KM4N, Mx D., Pres't.
ti ,T ; 1 r J. W. HAMILTON, M. D. , Beo'v
L.M. WHITING, M. D.. tsi'
Columbui, April 26, lHBl.-dBt- 1-a -ir a- . -rit.ua
Olncionati and Oleveeaad paptra ioaart twtc, and
charge Secretary. t" ' ii .". ...- i..fi
THE IflCTVAl. lalFE :"
. , OTP MJUW YORK.
"I : ., j- ' ' h,.- "
f . 8. Winston, rrealJent. Isaac Asbatt, Secretary.
' Net h Aaaeta, Febrnarf If JSOJi
, ' 00,000,000.74.
nicnsiT ooiiPAsr is tbs vm-rxo states i
.UTAH th Profit r divided smonf th InrnrMaCjr ;
' Application and Pamphlet can to had by, pply'ipg to'
, i '- FEED'K J.'-FAV' Aaun',.:ii'J
CaxptterVBulldUf, W South Elgh Itaroeir
apr I dim
UTinii aaiioux watch (Jompany of trait;
liam, UaM.,Mgseaau me attenuon M ue vacuo to
the- foUswtnf eupbaUe reoommendaUan of yfalthiuo
Watches, by the leading; practical Watohntakeri and Jew
eleri throughout the TJnlied Btatce. 1 The entire list of
slgnatates to It ii qnlle toe Iod( tat publication m one
aay-atUefaeati bat . the nanus . prennUd wlll be recog-
ta aainiedwlth the Trade as betnf lo the
u5ru 7 , , ' , i ;, I i ."iv'
hlgheet degree mpectableand and InnWtW. At their 1
iiiakaat Aasraa aaraMtahle ana asa innuoniiai. aimin
- .". . ' '
es of tha Company's manufacture, to grsat variety.
h,,.. trm man dtlea and towna not fully rep-1
'B""" " W . . : .1! , Z . -i
Walohes. hating bought and sold American Watches for
. "-.f .d harln. dealt in ell klnde ol
foreign Watches tot aaaeh longer period of time, be. to
. Thunoralanel,praeUoat Wachmakeraand dealers In
reeented In III? stTf 111 PPr in. a future e
I ,Uta that tbejr have oevsr dealt tu Watches which, as a
taa,Tldttli lmtancaa, bare been morentuv
factor, to thema.lv. or eu.tom.r,, whether In reepeot of
I dnrabillty, beauty of flobh, trUtheeiatlcally oorrect pro-
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, or ol
0n4 Hm tafpf nff rw, than thoe maaafaotuied by
th Waltham Company
1 WM W LMJn Jl
puBmi t CO.,
i o O80AMf,
n. . oeittikdAn, ,
JAMK8 J KOBB,
H. JKNKINB tO0., ".
nvnna . hmttH. '
WM. WILSON McOBKW, '
J. T.kl, M. KDWAUDS,'
JOHN H. IdOEBK, , .
W. H. BIOHMONO, ,
n. T. KAYS.
A. B. GILLBTT,
in !! a'i-
1a l. 'f
r; .itn -yj
I B. P. iillbbton
I I. B, DUBlliHi
wBROWN, ' ' '
I . b. TOBIN, . .,
p. boynton, ,
I a! w. vord.
j wM. BOHBBZBB, . . .
ef m M VJT.a
jj. St D. BOBBNBBBG,: ' i
u. a. u -w.
I w. w.'hannau.
I n. E. A H. 0. OAKPBNTBB,
HOBKINB at BVAMB,
Warren, ., " ,
' Chicago, ' - ' "IU.
LaBaTle, ' " -
Peoria, " .
Bloomlnglon ' "
" .11 ..la M:,t
Decatur. ' ; '
ttulney, ' ' .
Cherry Grove "
Ireeport, -i, , . ,i
Peru, . !.."
Byracuie, N. Y
Newbargh, " ,
Kocheiter, . -
BAIOHT k LIAOU,
JAM1B BYDb, !, :
JOHN H. IV 18,
WILLIAMS A 00. ,
A. 8. STORM B.
WM. B. MORGAN,
hbndbbbon BBO'8 : ;
jqhn j. JBNKINS,
I a U7AVT1MM '
tO I w. P. BIHSH AM At CO.
I OHAI. fl. BBBNOH. ,
I NoLANEV " " '
13 A.; DIOKlNBEn,
. Btlca. : . ; . ;,
Troy, ' . ,
"() n v
, . Anuterdam, ,
' Saratoga, . .
.41 ' I a
' Penn-Yao, 1
' Calaklll, '
, ii .
Cf, H.BABOOMfc CO.,
J. M. 8TAN8H. , ... i
ADOLPH MYERS, . ,
TUKO. I. PIOKEBINO,
H. B. BMItH ' ' "
A. B. VAN OOTT,
HaN.BHBKMAtfi I ' ' '
8. 0.8PADLDING, I .
BAM'L BROWN, Jr., . .
W. t.KOPLIN. . .
080. B. TITDB,
HBOKMAN a YOHE.
. J.LA80SLL1, ''
J. J. BLAIB.
f BANC ISO. POLAOK,
GEORGB H ELLIS,
F. J HELLER
B. AUGHINBATTOTT,. .,'
a T. HorrMAN, ,
J. 0. banha, , . " '
Oa X. BOBBRIB, ' ' '
OHAS. L. FISHER, " '
B. M. 8t. OLAIa,
R. fc A. PETERSON,
BNOOH I. BILLS,
HBNBT B. JAUB8, ) 1
T. 8. LITTLE. .
CARBON A BRANNON,
THOBi OOWDEY, I ' 1 '
A. Wt PILE, ' -
SIMPSON a PBIOB, ' -
J. k A.GARDNER ' ' -
W.C.DEPRIBZ, . :-rt
MATJRIOB et HENRY, " '
J. T. 800TT a CO., ' '
E. W.LEINBBOK. ,. ,
J. W, MONTGOMEBt, ' , "
BBSJ. B. COOK,
DEITER a ITA8I.INS,
ELLIS OlfffORD. .
f . W. M ACOMUKR,
J.J BURNS, ...
JIBBB BMITH, ,
T. M . LAMB, '
8. N. STORY. .
LEVI JOHNSON. '.
O. W. FOOQ. . .
AMOS 8 AN BORN,
.unti jianiuiii . ,, ,, .
W. M. BOOT. y.v.
JOBN B. BOOTT, '
N.MOODY, ' ,Y',;
KM. KIRKHAM. Jr., ' 4 7'.
L. P. ANTHONY k CO.,
THOMAS BTBELB A 00., - -HEMINGWAY
WM. ROGBRBASON, ' '
Balllvan, . ( .
Prairie da Chien,
Pi tteba nth.
- Weetcheeter,' -Wtlllamapoit,'
, laeeeiter.j .
' CTiamlieWburg; ' "
Greanibarg, "' ' "
Newcaatle, '-,' "
Bbenabnrg, 1 '
Mauch Chunk, "
Aehlaod, - "
andiana - "
Bonn ton, .
. Clarkaville, -"
. 81. Louis '
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, Bakem, . ,
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' Hewberry, 8. 0.
' Korthamotorj, Mat.
' Mew Bedford, ' "
fallBlvar, , j
rjlouoeiUr, ' ', W
Balem ' - .
Woroeatr, " " -
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Lynn,.., , ,
PataSelA 1 i I '
f pringueld.r..' ;,
B. Greenwich. "
New Haven, ,
E.BENJAMIN, 1,1 ,.;; '', ..... J
Waterbury, "' VJ
Concord, '.. f '
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Hanow, ' ii -.:
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Dover, t ,
. So. Berwiok,
Aucuata; - -'
Roci land, -..i
GEO ROB BROWN.
B). I. HUNTINGTON A CO., Danbury,
ar a . viinnvnaTj. . . ? - ' ' .
H. D. HALL.
JUHPt li. BUllB, 1,11.1
JOHN GORDON, ' ' ..
J. 0.' BLACK MAV,
JAB.B. AYRES, . ,
BHBBBURNB BHAW, r "
L. R. Ii ANDERSON, I .-I
N. G. OABB, ' 'i...
GEO. W.DKEW ACO r
B. J. HELLISH, .')...
W. 0. 0. WOODBDBY, -BBUBEN
BPENOBIt, ' ' "
Wat. d. muitKiuii . .
BtOBARD GOV E.
M. W. GODDARD,
OHAI. I. BACON,
V. M. HARDI80N,
TWOMBLY A 8M1TH,
MOBES M. SWAN,
J. A MERRILL
HBNRY H.HAM, I
ROBERT N. BODGE,
J. T. HOWLAMD,
TOMPKINS A MORRIB,
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
G. 8. AG. L.BOGEBS,
D. B. LUCY,
D. 0. HALL. '
aaiNRMAin a nrMiBETrr R.iriwm,.'
0. H. HABDING. Bradford.
T. G. PHtNNBV. - afantnellar.''
A.A.UBAD, "' '"'
J. 0. bates, 1 ' - normM,-''1'"''""'
J.H. MURDOOK, , Woodatock -"-1
0. 0. OHILDB, ' Bt. Johnabary; k
0. H. nrjNTINtlTOW, - Bt. Albaa, , .
W. K. WALLAOE,- , Nwbury. , .
LEANDE8AMAD0N,- Bllow r.ht,'-ft
O. B. JENNINGS, no .",-.. r.aaw Orleaas, t rlv
aawnnu a. pa a, . . .4
8. 000 HRELL, jy' Ktche,t.i:, i Ml-
1 H 17 A T T - a,,,. , - -
BOBERIWIXKSB,. ,,!,'. iV Jtososle,
, Cadtmx. A ear Watch t now extensively oantef
falted by foreign DanufactareTI, w hvs inXorm
public that ao watch la of ear prod actios which Is ana
oompenltd by a' er tlficat of genulnen, bearing'
number of fh watch, iaxuf ifgned by our Treaaurer,
B. Bobbin, or by onr prdoaors,'Apptton, Tracy
OS. .,v-.v'. ."-I'Ki.l .;;.:.
' Al thee watch are for ab by jewelert geperallt
throughoul tha XJaloa, the Iraarliaa WaiuH Aaompanf
doastMlldtSrlersfcralSiriawatcbej.X M ? "
1 ,'"vrhoMnlAgnts, He. 183 irosdwayll.tJ
apM.4 (.o.d.At.ojy.Sm. is.
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HOW LOST, BOW BESrOBSO.
JTJBT PTJBIiIBtlBD, ON TTJB NATCRH, TRFA
MKHI AND KAD10AL OUHE UK Bl'fiHUATOItHHHA .
or Beminal Weaknvaa, Sexual DoblUty, Nervoumeii.In 1
Tolnutary KmlisloDi and Impotoncy, roiulllng from
Self abuie, AaB.yHobt. J. Culverwell, 11. D. Bent
under leal, id a' plain onvelope, to any addregi.poal
paid, on reeelpto'two atampa, by Pr. C1IAH. J.O
KfiTNH. 1B7 Iinwan. New York. Tost Ofiioe Box. No
ijUt,.; ,-,.-, .' ... marUl:3mdstw . ;
f Mlltin a fanaai K - aJ f
theaa PI IU h. In.a.i.i.i. r..nn.j . ..!., .n.l a.ial.
. .J y.v.vw W W. W r
uw win piece uie un ruie evyuuu 1
the reach orcompetltlon In the eitlmatlon of every pa
Uent. ; - v ' ' ' ' 1 -' . '
i Dr. Uoffat's Pbosnlx Bitters will be found equally sf
toaotous In alloaies of nerrens debility, dyipepata, head '
ache, th sickness incident to fenalea in delloate health.
and every- kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
u" "'""t uroaoway, n. 1
lions, piles, rheumallim, fevers and agues, obetl
nate head aches, and all gens ml derangemenU of health
and by all firagglst.
' Iia following: i an extract from a
letter written by the Ilev, J. g. Holme,' patter al th '
Plerrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, H. T.,to
tbo "Journal and ileum ger," Cincinnati, 0., and apeak
volumea In favor of that world-renowaed medlolne, Mas.
Wnaiow; Boomisa Bvacr ros Ouiuisaw Taa-ranrai
"Weaeean ailvertlament In rour eolumna oflfae
Wuiaiow's BooTBiNa Byaur. Now we never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our life, bnt w
feel oompelled lo aay to your readers that thii la no horn '
bug we ruvi triid it, ado Know it to bb all tt
ouibj. It la probably one of Ui moat sni-ceaafnl medi
cine of th day, became it ia one of the beat. And tho
of your reader who have bahiea can't do better than
lay Ins (apply." . oc27:1ydfcw
f or all TIIUOAT and
OOVOIIf and every
Complaint the forerun
nor of and oven actual ,
The C.rertt NEUHAL. "
GIC KKimatY and Nat
urn 1 o PI ATI-: a adapted
to every specie of Ner
vena ruplalntet Ner
vous and Vkrtnlc
tlsni, catarrh a Tooth
and liar Ache, f.oaa of
Nleepa and Uovrel Cobb
plaint. No real Justice can be don th above preparation .
but by procuring and reading deacrlptive pamphlelt.S
be found with all dealere, or will be eeot by Proprietor
on demand, formulae and Trial Bottle aent to Pbyai
oiane, who will find development in both wortby thelf
acceptance and approval. -
- Correipondence aolicltetl rrom all wnoie Decvasitie or
curloiity prompt to a trial of the above reliable Berne
for enle by the umal wholetala aud retail dealer
I everywhere. ' -.
JOHN fa. IICNNEWtLL, Proprleto
,. ' cheiiist and pharmaceutist,
No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
'' Boberta It Bamntl.lT. B. Marple, J. It. Oook, J. M
DenlE. G. Denlir a Bon. A. J. Bchneller et Bon, Agenta
for Galnmbue, Ohio. . myl-dly
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
i i. - - i
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
Thfo11owlns new and magnlflcent flrit-claae paddle-
wheel Steamships compoie the above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ton burthen, Capt, J. Maurt
j (Formerly of the Oolllns Line.)
HIBERNI A, 4,400 ton burthen, Capt. N. Prow.
COLUMBIA, 4 40(1 " " K. Liitob.
ANOLIA, 4,400 . ' Nicaouow.
PAOIHO, 2 S00 " " " I. Bhiib. .
PRINCE ALBERT. (Screw.)
I 3,300 J.WAIEIR.
On of tbe above ships wilt leave New fork or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway. car
ryln the government mail, touching at Bt. John,
Tha Bteamer of this line have been eonatraoted with
the sreateat care, under the aupervlsion of tha eovern-
I meat, have water-tight compartment, and ar uoexoel-
led forcomrort, aafety and speed by any learner afloat.
I Tbey ara commandrd by able and experienced officer,
and every exertion will be mad to promote the oomfort
Aq experienced eraigetn attacnea to each ship.
HATES OF PASSAGE. i
Vlrat-claia N. Y. or Boston to Galway or Liverpool 1100
8-cond-clas " ' " 75
Flrat-claaa, - . . to St John's 35
Tblrd-claaa, ' " " to Galway or Liverpool.
or any town Id Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 3u
Thlrd-claaa paaaengera are liberally tannlled with nro-
vialone of tbe beat quality, cooked and rvad by thr- ,
van Is of tbe Company.
Parties wishing to aend for their friend from th old
I country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, Id
ireiana, or rrom tne principal cities oi England and Boot-
ana, at vory tow rate. ,
Paaaenaera for New York. anHrtnff fcv tha BA.tn
I Steamere, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
aror pasaage or lurtner inrormaiion, apply to
- W. If. WIOKHAal,
' At th office of th Oomnanv. on th wharf, font nf
Canal treet. New York.
UOWLAND A ABPIN WALL, Agents.
apilllO.dOm. . . . . . . .
CANATJIAU & UNITED STATES KAIL
TO AND FROM, .
LONDONDERRY,' GLASGOW, '
,:;jiiiYerpooi, iviomreai, yueDec, :
" ' ! and i -
Th Montreal Ocean Bteunahin Gomsane'a Srat-elaaa
fall-powered Olyde-bullt Steamere aail every KaU
rday from PORTLAND, oarrying th Cauaulkn and
United Btatee Mail and passenger,
; NORWEGIAN. . NORTH AMERICAN, -
; BOHEMIAN, " ANGLO-SAXON, - ;'''
.. I nunin ention, . iiiukknian, '
j CANADIAN, , ."" 1 . NOVABCOTIAN. ' "''
Shertest, Cheapest andQaickcat Con- "'I
t Teyance from
,' AMTBICl TO ALL FABT8 OT ITjTtOPlt. - m -
I Kates of raewaao t6 Kuroje, ' '
!.- f v, f3o, tjeo, sso- .
Wilt aail from LIVERPOOL every Wednaadar.
and from QURHKO every ftatiirday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mailt and
PasaenRers, to and from Ireland and Bootland.
I iJOTheae Bteamert ar built of Iron, In water-tltht
oomparluionta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention la paid to the comiort and accommoda
tion of passengers. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON.
DERY, the great risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
Glasgow passenger ar furnished riunnpaar.
tlckata to and from Londonderry. ' j , . " .
Helurn tlcketa granted at reduced rate. ' " '' "'
Oertlflcate iaaued for carrvlrr to and brlnirlnr ont naa.
enters from all th priooipal town of Great Britain aad
ireiana, ai renucen rates, by tbla line of iteaatera, ana ' f
by the WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool vit week. ,. , ;' ' 1
Sir lit Draft for and nrtTrard
able la Kasrland, Ireland- Scot-.
t IBna m walna. - -
for vasasire. enr.lv at tha Offln. 9"i ttif mil.
tVAV, NetAT lork, and io WavTash. k'f..
BABSTs ft SXARIal!, General igsnU, .
Or to- ' J. R. ARMSTRONG, '
BolO-lydAw Statesman Offlc, Oolumbua, Ohle.
.Iu V 1
GUEIIHSEY'S BALf,V ,,
REITIOVEB AND PREVENTS -1 It"
Hammatloa and pain, and heal the word barn,
scald, bruise, out, or freata wound of any kind, prevents'
welling and pain from be stinra, moaqatto bite, aad
polaonou plants, nearalrla, rheumatism, ago lo tha i
braast, salt rheum, eto. - Wheal takes internally, It will .
positively ear oroup In children, and giree Immediate
relief loth worst case of this terrible complaint) also,
removes hoarseness and core throat. Price, a eeati I I
bottle. Should be In (very bouav. Tut salt by DrutT ' 1
lt and Storekeepers. ' 1 - IBVIN BTONB,
i Sole Proprietor, No, 1 Spruce it., New York. Vt
r'eoMAftwIyiS , .- , -
ADVBBT18EMBNT. '' . C '.
' ' Tor th INSTANT BILT1F
and PBRMANEyi OOBB of (lu r
dittnntn eonplalnl as ""-
I a' " Hp C- ;
KHDTtf ; h .. i ,.i
BEOHCHIAL 010 ASSTTES;:i
Mad by 0. B. SBTMOTJB CO., 107 Nassau fit-, N. T.
I i nee a par dox lent tree Dy poet
: oa bah.
AT ALA DBDGailTI.
: ' ," "
.. laOST, , . '.'.,.'
THE IT ATM llofTSE. TflfS
mornlni.aOALF-BKIN POORET-HOOK. contain- 1
mgla tn money anil valuable paper. The nnder mar"
retain the money.'and deliver th book and balano of
ontent to Senator Eaton, at th Amerloan Hone. j -
pr!t7:d9t JOHN BtOHXEL.
TBBASCBY DEPARTMENT Of OniO.J .
.' ;.;..,' ;,.,-,Jl."ae. April VIB8I... J
eavinKis llatilc of Oliiolnnati.
A lata PEK'OIVS HOLDING TUB Cin-
etlattng Notes of tha Saving Bank of Cincinnati a
will present the same at till otiloeforreiiempUop, wAeraaf X
Ai P.8TONS,Tnuaierof Itat.
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