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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIt' 3". 18C1'
Brigadier General.
. . ...i.'finvnnar ha appointed
we learn m :.,,
Hon.NwTOH8oHU,o,of F.lrfle Id county.
Brigadier General nnder vthe rreildon,' wqul-
eitlon. Gen. Bcrli.ch will, we are, ."
aoquTt himself well ft. bib nw poiitioJ-HeUi
.... st .nil ta nn A
rr tat nrmitiprv -
good dliolpunanarj, nuu
trlotlem and courage- The General, are:
Major GeneralMoCwLLAH. : . -Brigadier
GeneralerCon. Bati. Scmhich. .
Obedience to Law.
. ., in'. U. nrMnt there, la an absolute
IB time iim r ...
' necessity for evrj good citizen to cultivate,
within tbe reach of his Influence, reverene for
law and ortrs ;M .should Impressed with
.. ...... .r,k. Uw.ind the necessity for
IU vigorous enforeamenr..Eerjtbiog bkemob
Uw should be frowned own; and the fomenters
. nn annnuraeement. Ev-
01 Oiscoru buwuiu -
erjtblng depend on the implicit obedience of
. '.. , , , WIti.nl,t
the oitlzen jo me taw -
.1.1. .trlf. nd anarchy wll be In-
taim, i - .
. ., j t .1,. miM nf oommonitT. tel
-.. .Kether he be a chrit rnagii
Brcij ...
..... . !iit.i. officer, a eitiaen or soldier,
obey the law, and act in complete subordination
to It, and then Mere Bted be no apprehension
of any Injury to (be oUiaea or detriment to pub.
He liberty, no matter,bow high the public ei
cltement may run. . L all men remember that
,. i. .l. a.., A..tm nf & onnA citizen to obeT the
1( 11 bUD Uuu.; -
laws of the land; and In times like tbe present
there is an absolute necewity for tbe most rigid
and Implicit obedWe to and reliance upon tbe
Uw. The man ; who would seek to take tbe
law Into bit own hands, or encourage Diners w
. j . i r .. . .r ...it.
do so, is 6 enemy to oroer ano ino iuo
lie liberty.
A Glance at European Affairs.
Th. nrewnt oosture of VffIra'ia Europe in
th.t ereat chances may be wrought there
during the present s eason, as well as In onr
awn conctrT. i ' . 1
The Hungarians' are tbrestening to attempt
the full recovery of their nationality end Inde.
Notwithstanding this threatened
dismemberment of his empire, Faascts Josira
htamlUcted two hundred thousand men near
the famous XJuadrilateral, with the ostensible
object of preserving Venetia, but it is suspected
with the corert deiien of regaining Lombsrdy,
which he lost in 1859, and thus preventing the
consolidation of Italy under Vicroa Enuit.
Tbe failing health if , the Pop give rise to
mnch soeculatien ;as ' hiS'SueceBSor-: It I
thought that the seleatioa ol anew Pope will be
made, not free he, French, but frem the Ger
man or Italiilir4ift'' Should o Italian be
elected he will possess tbe prr Uie ot nauonaiiiy,
which is now the popular watchword In Italy.
r...i.i.ni Is at Turin, and is also in bad
health. If Vicroa EwAJWjpebould be involved
i. . ... ilh Anatrik. he WOnld mis GaRISALDI
in the field a mnch a he would CAVOoa In the
.hint Th autement Is now current that
Gaiibaldi. even tf quite restored to his former
health, wiH.not for the present make any at-
temot for the conbaest of venetia.
Vicroa Ehacl ljas been recognized as King
of Italy bV'EaglM'd. ?itzefand, Sweden, Nor.
way, Dewmarkend fortugal.. But it ia not prob
able thai tm bt thee powers will Interfere in a
quarrel between him and Faicis Josim. Eng
land haa lost her fears of aFrencD invasion, ana
sees in the military preparation Napolmw is
now making only a disposition on hie part to be
readv to assist Ticroa Emakctl, In case be is
engaged in a eotnVt with Austria.-: Bot if be
renders assistance, HaroLco" U have 'to be
paid for it, as he was in 1659 by the cession of
Sinv and Nice. The probability Is tbat if
France assist Vicroa Emanocl a second time
against Austria, Natolioi will insist n nd
obtain tbe annexation of Sardinia, oroat other
equally valuable acquisition.
ET Since the 17th of April, 18C1, It has been
a favorite saying with the Republican politi
cians, that party must bo iuDk ln devotion to
the country; that all party line ar obliterated,
and that we have now but one party, and that was
fie Union party.
A the people began to respond to tbe call for
troop, and the brave volunteer rushed to tbe
standard of their country, the cry was raised
higher and higher by leading Republican that
there was no party any more; that wo were all
for tbe country, the Constitution and the
Union. The -ranka of tbe volunteer gave
ample evidence ' that tbe Democracy of Ohio
were for the . Union and the Flag. They
were ia line, keeping step and marching to
th music of th Union; but the boisterous Re
publican who were so industrious in proclaim
ing that all parties were Ignored and buried in
one grand Union party, did , not, as a general
thing, go Into line, and become tb defenders of
the Government, Id that branch of the service.
They were (to use the expression of a Union
man of a neighboring city J in some way unfit
for military duty they were "ruptured" and
hence excused. But it seems they are ready
for service in another quarter, and In th 13th
Congressional District, have pot themselves in
motion, a will be leen by the following card,
which we find in tbe,. . Sandusky Rrgi$ter of tbe
29th ,1861 . ' '-- ' r
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
A KtpafcUcah Oamatloa of Delegate '" th leva
nt Oovntk eonprfiiBfr Ui Cfltrtmnth GongrMiioaal
District will ba heU at Unity tbe Mtk djr of kUjr,
1MJI, at 10 o'clock, A. M., t Dooinf a wndklat fur
Bapnaeatattva ta Cootircaa lor aaid Diittiet, at Uw
taction ordered y th Goreraor W te liald an the 28lb
day of Hay, . Allowlnf to aacta county a delegate
for avery one natand rota oaak and another for any
fraction lew Uian aDa bandied aid over fifty Totel caat
within It for tlia BepnLllcan Kleetoral Ticket at tha lait
Preaideotlal Klectlou, (wnirti It tha rate adopted by the
andenlitoad ) Huron will ba entitled to forty-one;
Hichland tnirlyi-Kria twenty nice; Morrow twenty
thraa td Convention.
tleleeatt I ia
" T. C McOEB.XiieConnty. ' -
t. WICK HAM. UoronOo.
;'! , B- C. SMITH. Hichland Ca .
. I ; .S.O. -UOUMAN, Morrow Cos ..(
The above call Is Introduced bj the SrgitUr
intoefollowjiigsmootfi iod'olty wayr ;-
We haira no with or pnrnpio (o ectci Into Any mrtitan
enateat fur tli election of a member of Congren.. Our
lleaoeratioiriead nareao nomy rviponaea to tne call
of duty at Uila c rial of onr country that we bare
bo wten to croai iwru, who inrai at um
tin. We believe that tbey will "reciprocate Ih
feellnfnd Inaamocb aa the District waarery largely Re
publican at tbe laat election, ant the Aitmlnlttratlou waa
laeted by KapuMicane, that they will permit the elec
tion of a Republican member nf Conitrcas wlthnnt eon
teat. There aseine to be manifett propriety In tbia, and
wa bepe Utiiconne will ba adupted by oommoa content.
If this be proper index to tb sentiment of
III UU Republic an party, we have no difficulty
la undetttSOJ)Dc'.what Is -meant bj'Wupltrei"
RepnblicaM, when they cry out tbat there U no
more party that we ar all for the Union, Ac,,
Ac. It is Intended that the Democrats and con-
ervativ nseo of all parties "are to go inlp the
ranks and dafend the Flag, while the "no party"
Republicans art to t7 at bom. pd furnleh 1
th olvil cffloM of lb State, aoj leo mo to j
CoagreM at toir. own strip, Doaus, as m
RroiUrr av "thar Mens to b a manliest
propriety In this, and w hope'thl eour i
b adopted by oommoa ooaeoL'.'
There I degree of coolness la the tbov
movement la tbe 13th Congressional District,
which, when taken In connection with tbe pro
Modi of f'no party," !ot the Union,"
io., 4-o , In which tbe republican! have been to
busily engaged, ! really refreshlnf .
A Remarkable Change.
Among tb many wonderful revolution In
th opinion of men, caused by' the uprising of
the people for the Union, tb change in tbe
New York TVi'iane la a marvelous one. In the
latter part of November last, Gskiliv said In th
7YtfBa, as follows:
An attemot to ooDDel th cotton Btatei to remain In
tha Union ny fore would be contrary to th principle
enunciated In th Immortal Declaration of Independence
contrary to th fundamental Idea upon wbiea Human
liberty I baaed. ' ' If tliey really detir to f o out,
and will allow time to effect tha eeparatlon peacefully,
we haU do uAaf u cat fo ptmcut 14 AoriA fo ao-
ciU f their icnu:
: In the issue of the Triimie, of Friday last
April 27, GaxcLET said:
Nrvntl Htvnt Nana I It b reported In a Baltlmor
paper tbat Prealdent Lincoln aaid to aoma Daltlmereana
tna other oay, inai nviwwr n nor vwpni avuiu nm.
lu aeeaealon. That la true, but it la not the who
truth. To hare tald It all, Mr. Lincoln ehoull hay
added that th Jmtrtcm vtovUvill ntvir rtceaniu
nor wbrnit to tAe ditintration otk BepubUe.Aud
If In any future emergency Uia country ahould prove to
have ruler who would content to the eeparatlon of Ih
HUloa and th dlvliicn of th territory, tb people would
hurl them from power by a revolution a raatatl a
thaelemnenlal force of cat a re heraelf. teeenlon I to
be crnahed outin blood and fire.lf neoeuary. Th Uni
ted Slatee are (till U remain a Continental power, not a
f raiment of on.
This is a remarkable change of tone, from
what the white coat philosopher used in No
vember. The conversion of our neighbor of tbe
Journal 1 not more wonderful than tbat of
GaxiLir.
Alex. H. Stehpens on his Way North.
A correspondent of the New York Tribune,
writing from Havre do Grace uudcr date of tbe
SOth InPt., gives the following rumors in refer
ence to the position of Snnirss and tbe feeling
in the Southern States: r"
I have very interesting Intelligence from
North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and South
Carolina, given me by one of the most respeo
able citizens of Brooklyn, L I , who arrived
this morning on hie way borne from a Southern
trip. He saw Vice President and Assistant Arch
Rebel Stephens at Goldsborongh, N. C., on Sun
day last He heard bim speak, and saw him
drink. The entire population, one and all, great
and small, turned out to hear him, and with them
went my friend. Stephens appealed to the God of
Nations and Battle to witness tbat this conflict
was, on the side of tbe South, a just one;and one
which no honest Southern man could shrink from
without endangering bis eternal welfare, and I
presume be added bodily comfort. He was then
oo his way to Richmond and Washington, and
with bis king skinny finger pointing to the flag of
the rebels, be said, with startling emphasis:
" Yis, ano to Washington, ithtre, pirate Ood,
not long hence, y beautiful emblem of our tibtrtiea
will ttat in triumph and fortver." The enthu
siasm created by tbat announcement cannot well
be overestimated. Tbe people all shouted
with a great but broken shout; they cried but
with happy tears, and the fair ladies waved
their dampened handkerchiefs in ieeble imita
tion of the flag, and threw bouquets at thejihin
and almost spectral prophet, as with graceful
earnestness be lifted band and eye to heaven -All
through these State, says my friend, the
eothuniaaa is very great. Boy wish to eollet,
ladies, cheerfully equip their protectors, minis
ters exhort their charge to go forward to this
religious war, and but one sentiment publicly
pervades tb country. On Sunday, troop left
Goldsborough for Fayette, at which point there ia
a fort, which fort they intend to taice. ,
Rations for the New York Volunteers.
Tb Quartermaster General of New York ad
vertises for proposals for sabsietence stores for
tb volunteers of that State, a follows:
For Breakfast, at 7 a. am., there will be fur
nished for each man provisions in the following
quantities:
1 quart good Coffee. v
" 8 ounces of Bread.
of a Si ot Beef.
At 13 m. for Dinner:
Jof a lb of Beef or Mutton, well cooked,
with Potatoes.
1 quart baked Bean to every 10 men; and
every other day, in lien of baked bean, rice,
bean or vegetable aonp will be furnished at tbe
rate of one pint per man.
At 5 p. m. for Sapper:
8 ounces of Bread.
3 pint of Coffee.
U B of cold Beef or Mutton.
Tbe Coffee to be furnished will be DronerlT
sweetened, and milk in due proportion will also
oe proviaea.
Vt hy 1 it that the Ohio Volunteers cannot at
least secure ration aa good a those which ar
to be furnished to th New York boys? -
The Cincinnati Committee and Gov. Dennison.
Tbe recent letter of Gov. Dxirmso to tbe
Mayor of .Cincinnati not being deemed satis
factory to soma of the people of that City, who
appear just now nnduly excited, called a meet
ing and sent a committee to Columbus to in
due Gov. Dinmsor to review hi letter and to
explain or modify the same. Th committee
have performed their duty, and the last Cincin
nati paper contain their report . Tb reply of
the Governor 1 thu given by themi -' 1
la reply th Governor atated, ia aobitance, that th
teller which waa written In reply to a telegraph from
Mavor Batch, with th qualification a therein eipreaeed,
he thought, euffieiently explained hi meaning, and that
hlene of duty, and the circumstances unrounding
aim, compeueu mm to napectrniiy decline explaining,
ar moauying, or aaautg an uuog tnercio.
BT A Baltimore correspondent of the Cin
cinnatl Enquirer, writing on the 27th April, says:
I e many report itatlng that Treildent Sari an
Oeneral Beauretard wert In Richmond. It li not o.
Davie b) at Montgomery, and Beaarefard at Oharleaton,
engaged In the aprlatodenc of th affair of th south.
A. It- Stephen arrtvadjat Richmond on Tuaeday, and
left yesterday. White than b negotiated a treaty or al
liance between th Confederal State and V Iralnla both
ffenalre and defenatva, tb Confederates guaranteeing
mat ineir iroop enan not eitaca in federal vapnal,
and Virginia aaaumcs a position of an armed neutrality
This t reliable.
Distances.
It is lnterestins; to know the distance from
Baltimore and Washington, to various point at
which military movement may take place.
The following will give some of tbe important
point! , ,.
- Mile,
Folia., Wilmington and Baltimore at. 1. .
Philadelphia to Baltlmor.
..86
'..86
..fil
.3P3
t. Northern Central Koad:
- Harrlsburg to Baltimore
I. Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad: t
Harper' ferry to Baltlmor.......'.
Paraershargh to laltlmor. ...,.
' Wheeling to Baltimore
I. Weehingtan Branch Railroad:
. Baltimore to Washington.
f ' Aonapolia to Waehloiton
-879
..3S
..3D
S. Alexandria. Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad:
Alexandria to Leoalwritb. .....
. Oranie and Alexandria Railroad:
..37
, Alexandria to Lynchbniw. .'.,....-.170
1 4 KkmaMoa, rredarleU and rotomac Railroad:
. Richmond and Petersburg Bailroad: .
Petersburg lailroad:
:.. Washington to Fredericksburg ,
. - ' Washington ta Richmond
70
...iao
1 - . Washington to Petersburg ...
. , r. Waehtngtow to Waldan. K. 0
..153
t SID
Washington to Wilmington, N. 0,..
- Washington to Charleston, ft. 0.....
I. Norfolk and Peterabarg Railroad: .. , .
Norfolk ta Petersburg. ,
I. Beatmvd and Boannka Railroad: . . .
, -i forbmontb to Welden. N. 0..'.....
....
.378
5c7
'.'...80
80
I
Aw' InDUit RibiMtNT. Mr. 8. W. Gi.
who returned to Buffalo on Monday evening,
item a visit iff tno.vaitarangn neamation,
state that the Indians of that tract held a coun
cil on Thuradav of last week; and unanlmoasly
toted to organfz an "Indian Regiment," one
thousand strong, to serve in defence of tbe Unit
ed State Government.
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
OHIO LEGISLATURE. ADJOURNED SESSION.
IN SENATE
MONDAY, April 29.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Tb roll wa called, and no quorum present.
After a call of tb Senate, a quorum appeared,
when" the . niiDUtsi-of Saturday were read and
approved. There being no basinets, the Senate
adjourned. ' '
Haturdav atternoon a bill waa passed, autnor
izlng tbe Governor to call out aereu additional
regiment ot troops lor state service; ana ex
tending th term of service for tbe whole seven,
teen regiments to six months. , - ri it
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, April 29, 1861.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Mr. PARR called up his ' resolution to ao
cept a proposition to sustain two regiment in
Licking county, at 33 cents per man per day.
Mr. FLAGG moved to fix it at 35 cents.
' Mr PLANTS moved to offer 15 cents, and
aid that a company bad been raised In Meigs
county, woo are now sustained nymeuonnty
Commissioners, to their entire satisfaction, a
13 oents per dav to tbe man. '
Mr FLAGG stated tbat at Cincinnati ' the
troops had been sustained at 10 centt and that
in good style. ,
Ou motion of Mr. BRUFF, the resolution
was referred to the committee on finance.
Mr. PARR, from the select committee to
whom was referred II. B. 493 To annul the
cootrsct with Butler, Donaldson & Comstock
reported tbe tame back, with amendments, when
the bill was ordered to be engrossed and read a
third time now.
Pending, a call of the Hnnse, ' . ,
Mr. McSCHOOLER obtained leave to cast.
his vote in favor of 11. B. 297 Tha War Bill
and voted yea. ' . ' ,
Mr. McSCHOOLER said: 1 ' '
By reason of unavoidable absence, I was not
present during; tbe consideration ot tl. IS.
I was el ad to learn that tbe Democracy of this
General Assemblyl unanimotulv supported tbat
measure. Some days since I expressed the
opinion that the Democracy of tbic Btato would
stand ready, whenever demanded by tne legiti
mate authorities, to rally In support oi the Gov
eminent, whether aesailtd by a foreign or do
mestic eotmy. .
Tbe Government at Washington, although
administered by tne Republican party In opposi
tion to tbe will of the Democratic party, ls.not
withstanding, the legitimate Government of the
United Stales of. America, bvery United
States citizen, who is true to our tlaie bouored
institutions, will rally In support of the Gov
ernmeut. when to trouble, whether rlcht or
wrong- My sympathies aro with the forces tbat
fight under tbe American nig. I never win
consent that that flu shall be insulted with im
punity. I never will CDnsent that our Govern
ment shall be overthrown by any human pow
er
Mr. PATTERSON, from the Committee on
Claims, to whom was referred the claim of
Hainan Kent, reported adversely to the ilnim,
when tbe committee was discharged from fur
ther consideration of the subject.
II. B. 493 was then read the third time, when
Mr. VORIS said be was not willing to vote
noon a statement of f.icts, till be was satisfied
tbat tbe statement was well lonnaca.
Mr. ANDREWS replied tbat he had seen
enough to satisfy any one, to which were ad ied
the statements of numbers of veritable men.
He referred to tbe report of the committee on '
that subject. '
Mr, SLUSSER said legislation was bcinpn.h
ed through moat unduly , and he doubted whether,
this was within our province. He, therefore,
moved tbat tbe bill lie on tne table, wntcb. was
disagreed to yeas 34, nays 44
Mr. BKUtr said tbat, as this, contract was
made by tbe Governor In his official capacity,
which be thought he bad not tbe power to do,
be would move to refer the bill to the Judiciary
committee. '
Mr. CONVERSE Said that the contract' was
not one within the power of tbe Commissary.
He aaid the contract was made to extend over a
length of time far beyond what was ever con
tern pi a ted to be within tbe range of ihe Com-'
missarv department.' It was made to run over
all tbe time tbat soldier 'shall be in the field.
It wa altogether a fraudulent affair, and ought
to be annulled at once.
Mr. BRUFF tbonght that it was not tbe busi
ness or tbe Legislature to dispose or tot mac
tor by any act. ' We have a proper committee
to examine tbe matter, and be wa willing to
abide by their decision." ' ........
n . . ..... .. . i
Mr. KrujM tnoncnttnia aueation naa neen
sufficiently discussed. There was no doubt and
no difference amone members as to the exorbi
tance of tbe price charged, tie nad "doubts
whether the House has tbe power to annul the
contract. If it hag, be was for annulling it at
once. He disliked tbe temper which charges
fraud, etc. It might be enough to say that it
was a mistaken one.
Mr. FLAGG replied tbat tbe contract is
broken, and ba been broken every day, -and
now, if tbe House permit tbe matter to pass by
a short time, tbe opportunity to aeciare tne con
tract void will be lost, because it will be pre
timed tbat we acquiesce tn tu
Mr. VORIS agreed tbat this Is an nnwise
contract, and it may partake of the character of
fraud ; but he was not convinced mat tne case
wa clearly proven to be fraudulent, t Till be
had the evidence of that fact, be was not pre
pared to vote for th bill. He waa not willing
to usurp tb duties ol tne otber brancbe or tne
government. ' ' ' ' J .. i
Mr. DEVORE said he did not doubt the truth
of the statement of th committee, and he
would Kladly annul th contract. But if that
were done.'the troops can be ordered out of their
quarter inatanter, and what will be done for
them in the Interim? He moved that the com
mittee be Instructed to amend tbe bill so as to
Include Cleveland and Cincinnati, .
Mr. JONAS objected to this motion,, a it
would lead to delay, while this matter require
Immediate action. - -
Mr. HILLS wa in favor of doing somsthibg
promptly, but not precipitately. - He hoped it
would be referred, and a deliberate report would
be made upon the subject. As to authority, if
we are not competent to remedy this evil, we
had better establish some other ajstem or gov.
ernment, or we had better go home, - t .
Mr. MYERS referred to tbe recent contract
for encampment ground on Ibe Little Miami,
and expressed the opinion that it was more rea
sonable than appeared at first eight. If we
have any authority to do so, be would vote for
it even to tbe stretch ot authority. :. t.
- Mr. JONES, of Hamilton, explained tb na
ture of the contract for Camp grounds, i and
showed that it wa fair and equitable.
Mr. PLANTS thought we had better rest up
on our resolution passed on Saturday last, which
recommends that tbe men be put upon Army
rations at once, especially a we bare no power
to naa tb proposed annullinc act. " :
Mr. DAVIS said that th report of the Com
mittee on Saturday doe not clearly prove a
fraud in tbe contract. : W must aot anon this
tubject with refer en oe to best principle, or w
act for notning, tie wanieatneDiu to ne refer
red, that the legal effect of it may be reported
upon. , M' t.'i vii i t Hf. -
Mr. ANDREWS contended that the Commls
an General bad no power ; to make the eon
tract. His duty was,' to have subsisted the men
nnder regulation, and not aootractad for them
at all. Having no power to make tbe cod tract.
It could only be fraudulent, .and aught to t an.
nulled atonoe. :- ': i:' t : -'I- -
Tb previous question was demanded, and sus
tained yea 39, nays 34. .'" :. "Wift.iJ
The vote was then called nn tbe bill, which
resulted vea 43, nay 34 u So the bill wa not
passed. !'::.: . ;. J.' . . ,.' In
Mr; MoCUNE moved that tbe vote by which
tbe House refused to pan Una bill be reeoosldr
ered. ! i. ,' :,!' J , .-
Mr. RODGERS moved tbat tbi motion be
laid on the table which wa disagreed to. Tbe
rot was tben reconsidered, when 'r,; - -:
Mr. MoCUNE renewed the- motiod to refer,
which wa agreed to yeas t3, nay 7 wilh in.
traction aa moved by Mr.Devore., .
.Tbe Senate' amendment to H. B.'397wTo
provide for tbe purchase of the Milford Bridge
over th LUlJe Miami River was ,taltepup,
when f..-.iv... ".!:. vv i;4 ''.v'..'.r i 'x 1.
Tbe amendment was opposed ty Messra.
Scott, of Warren, Myers,' Jonss and Jones)' of
Hamilton, and appported by MaMr. Baldwin
and Vincent. . e . ( ,
Pending this queetidp, the" House adjoarned.
IN SENATE.
IN SENATE. TUESDAY, April 30.1861.
' There weife" no bills' ttJr'eiid, poH-den and no
message, an J no report from standing or se
lect committees, excepting one report by Mr.
SFRAGUE, from the committee on Enrollment,
who reported the enrollment of sundrv bills-end
joint resolutions.
IN SENATE. TUESDAY, April 30.1861. RECESS.
Mr. COLLINS ofTenid tha follow in inlnt
resolution, viz: ,.,r., .
Retohtd, Thai tne Legislature adjourn? on
Wednesday. Mav 1st. at 13 o'clock M to rjieet
... 1 bote who voted In the affirmative were
Messrs. Collins and Potwln-2. " '
Thoue who voted in the negative wero ' .
Mewrs. . Brefk Bonar, ' Cuppy, Cummins,
Eason, Foster, QIshs, Harrison, Harsh, Laskey,
MoCall, Monroe, Morse, Newman, Parish, Per
rill, Potts, Ready, Smith, Spraguo.aad Whjte
The Senate then took a receu.' '
": ' ? k t ': i 'i '
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
TUESDAY, April 30. 1861.
Trayer by Rev. Mr. Morri. :!; ,
Mr. KRUM offered a resolution directing th
volunteers to Do furnished with the ration ao
cord, ng to the Army regulations, which wa re
ferred to the committee on the Judiciary.' - "
Mr. HUGHES offered the following resolu
tion, which was adopted: .
Retolaed, Tbat tbe Governor be and he is
hereby, requested to furnish this Hons, forth
with, copies of all contracts made by tbe State
authoriees, military or civil, for clothing for
the volunteers, gun carriage, ordoanoe, ord
nance stores, and all otber articles contracted
for and ' furnished or to be furnished by the
State, (except subsistence) .for tbe use of the
volunteers organized under the laws of Ohio
and ordered into tbe service by the Governor of
the State, In pursuance of th proclamation of
toe rresident ot the United State.
Od motion of Mr. MYERS, H. B. 397, with
tbe Senate's amendments thereto Relative to
the Milford Bridge over tb Little Miami
River was takeu from Hie table, when the
amendments were agreed to yea C3, nays 10.
Mr.; WOODS, from th committee of Con
ference on tbe matter of difference on H- B.
305 Relating to tbe circulation of bank notes
of specie paying banks, made a report, whlcb
recommended tbat an amendment be adopted,
which was agreed to yeas 15, nay 66.
Mr. BALDWIN moved tbat the Senate b
informed that the Houae disagrees, and asks
lor a second committee of conference, whlcb
was agreed to. -u ' ' '
On motion of Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, II.
B. 383 -To incorporate the Bank of Ohio was
taken from the table, when a few amendments
were adopted, when,
Un motion ol Mr. JONAS, tbe bill was refer
red to tbe committee of the Whole.
On motion of Mr: WOODS, S. B. 13 For
the protection of birds and game was taken
from the table, when ' 1,1
Mr. WOODS explained the report of the com.
mittee to whom this bill, was referred, which
recommeods that tbe woodpecker, quail and yel
low-hammer, be protected through the entire
year. '' - ' '
Mr. CARLISLE, moved to amend the report
by striking out the -woodpecker.
Mr. HUGHES supported this motion.' ' -
Mr. 3TEDMAN seconded this motion, and
insisted that the woodpecker was a skalewae.
and ckme very near exhibiting total depravity I
in tils nature, tie repudiated book learning,
and desired to rely upon common sense. 1
Mr. MolLUNU said he thought good common
sense was to rely upon those wbobave made the
natoral sciences their lifetime study. Tbe birds
are invaluable to farmers in th destruction of
insects. " : " ' t
Mr. lIILLS'eaid his common sense experi
ence bad leea that tbe woodpeckers devoured
all his fruit. They ate all his cherries, and
then bored holes in the tree, so that insects oould
grow there tbat they might have worms and
fruit on one tree.' ' - - .-.'
Mr, VINCENT said he was for striking out
tbe woodpecker. We are terribly infested witb
them, and especially those fellows that II vs by
suction,-.' He said they had found their way Into
toe Commissary Department, and were sucking
out the substance ot the State. He would kill
off 'the woodpeckers wherever we find them.'
" The woodpecker waa stricken from the roll Of
fMtitr4 bird. ti-.c-; if.: .
- The report we then agreed to, and ' th bill
read it tttlsd time.'' .;-:' 1
1 Mr. THOMPSON, of Summit, moved tottrlke
out the "penally of imprisonment, which was
agreed to, whentb vote waa taken on tbe Dill,
and It failed to pas yeas 53, nya 15.
Mr CONNERSE moved tbat tbe vote be re
considered, when ' J
Mr; DICKEY moved that theblll be amend
ed by placing tbe qaail within th list of game,
instead of stoglng birds,' which wa disagreed to.
1 Mr. DKJKfc. Y then moved to amend by chang.
ing the word "premises" to "enclosure, in ref
erence to trespassers, which was disagreed to.
' Mr. MoCUNE moved that the vote whereby
the penalty of imprisonment was stricken out
be reconsidered, whioh was agreed to.
The penalty of imprisonment was then
stored, when-' ' t
' Tbe vote was taken on the passage of the
bill, which resulted yeas bZ, nay 17
Tbe House tben took a recess.
The Ports to be Blockaded.
, Tb following ar tb forts and harbors from
Cape Hefary, at the entrance of Cbesapealce Bay,
to the month of the Rio Grande, alt of which
are to be blockaded aeoording to the President's
proclamation: ! ": I -t. -
Entrance to Chesapeake Ba'y. Va. and Md.
Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds, N. C,
Beaufort, N. C.
Wilmington, N. C.
Georgetown. 8. C. J -1 '' v - '
" Charleston, 8 C.
Beaufort, 8. C. ' ' ., - ''
: Savannah, Ga. '
Brunswick, Ga.' - H '
' St. Mary's, Florida. -St.
John's River, Florida "
8t; Augnstlne, Florida. ' c
"Key West, Florida. ,
-' Fort Jefferson, Florida.' 1 ' - '
-'Cedar Keys, Florida: ' - - 'v
k St. Marks. Florida. ' 0 '
Petisacpla, Florida. - 1 ' " ' 1 .'
t ' Mobile, Alabama. - . ' '-'
' Mouth of the Mississippi, La. .
- Galveston, Texas. '" , ' '
' Matagorda Bay, Texas. 1 ' j1
.- Brazos Santiago, Texas. '
Mouth of the Rio Grande, Texas.' '
'From the Chesapeake to tbe Rio Graode, the
coast, except In Louisiana, display th tam p
culiaritie, - Low sand bars r island, reef and
shoals, forming a constant succession of shallow
sounds with inlets at very wid intervals. So
few are these entrance to harbors for a coast of
almost two tbousaod miles In length, that it
would aot require an itensiv marine to lock
the entire coast, so : tbat a baUof cotton on a
coast sloop would not find a place of exit. ' So
complete a blockade 1 not necessary. - - - . .
V -' j - ' i sail i - .
Important from the South.
Messrs. Stafford &. Tileston have to-day
, ........ .
nearu irom tne ooutn mat tneir steamer Hash
Title has been taken by tbe authorities at
Charleston, tbongh whether it is a seixure or a
lorcea purchase cannot yet be ascertained
Lieutenant Merden, formerly of the Harriet
Lane, haa been appointed to th command of
tbe taken steamer, ana intends proceeding witb
her out to sea, f intercept th next California
tteamtry Thu tha Nashville will be the first
privateer under the Southern Confederacy.- It
Is'posltiveiy stated that Lieutenant Merden ha
id his possession letter of marque from Jeffer
son Davis.'-" -"'' .' -
Tb pursrr 'Of the Nashville, who left
Chiirleston-' Tuesday, report tbat there is no
blockade of Charleston harbor. A British re'
sei entered that port on Sunday, and another on
Monday, without molestation. Charleston was
quiet-1 -The price of provisions had advanced,
fl&ur bringing fifteen dollar a barrel, and freth
pork thirty cents per pound. ' The Charleston I
ans were eagerly awaiting the arrival of tbe
James Adger, ready to appropriate her to the
us of tbe Confederacy or Stat when she should
arrive.1" I "" - - ' ' -
Tbs bewer Of this informstioo, in passing
Ibrongh Balrimore, found th elty quiet.- Tbe
stores and place of amusement were reopened,
-JV. Y. Poit of Saturday atternoon.
' iWbire thirteen appointments, forelen and
domestic, have' been given to the editors and
attaches - of the New York - Tribune, not a
Slcgl man connectad.as editor or correspondent,
i -i .nX .... fi t. i rn. M.. u ..it
una ,uiuuk;ciu w .4.11.. . uo ,juh vruu frstim
tha loudest Brthot th men to fight.
Army Pay Roll.
As much interest is felt In tha pa of. tb
army, we subjoin a list, taken from th lost ytttr'S
dltion of th Army Register, of the pay ant)
subsistence of all Ibe grades in the army, V
In the first column will be round tb nett sal
ary per month, and in th oond total salary
per month, whioh includes rations, servant
hire, forage, eto , etc j ' j ? fy
GENERAL OFFICERS.
- Pr month. Total.
LleuUsnsntGenoral....... (1170 1 77
Alilade Oarap and Htnurr Bertar to
lileatanant Quneral, aoh... SO
Major General SlMI
Beulor Aid-de Camp lo neral-ln-Ohlef.... 80
Ald-de-Oamp, . In addition to par,, tc, ,of , )
Lieutenant B
Bilsadler General 1M
Ald-de Oamp, In addition to par, to., of .'
Lleutenaut....... ...... ............ 80
"j 194
400
1H7
3J
Ji3
l
.IB
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
AdJnUnl Oenral-Colonl. '. 1I -'
Awistantadlutant GeDeral Lieut. Colonel VS 1 li
' Malor SO't'lHJ
t 41 ; a d u-, n.Dtaln. ...... 70 i 117
Judu Adrooate-MaJor.'. ....J 80 .' lT
INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Insprctor General Oolonel.. ,.' ll'-"
5
SIGNAL DEPARTMENT.
signal Officer Major 80
JOT
QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
General Brig. General...... 194 '
Aast. Quartermaster General Oolonel. ...( 110 ;i
Deputy QuarUraasUr General Lleul. Col.. V5
Quartennaeter -Major. u ' U
Ant. Quartermaster Captain .' 70
391
KM
811
IH7
137
SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.
...... . i
Oomminary uenerai oi puosisience uoi
onel... 1I0A;SSJ
Asst. Commissary General of lubsutenc
Lieut. Oolonel
Commissary of Subsistence Major
Asst. Commissary of Subsistence Captain. ..
Asst. Commissary of Subsistence, lo addition
to pay, eto., ofLleutenant
1
95
W
70
SO
811
187
137
11
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
Bargceo General, $2,740 per annum. .........
Burgeon of tan years' aervioe
Burgeons of leu than ten years' service.....
Asst. Burgeon of ten years' aervlce
Asst. Burieon of five years' service.... ....
At. Burgeons of leu than fire year1 service
m
7
70
70
51
K3
17i
173
137
ISO
PAY DEPARTMENT.
Paymaster General, il.740 par annum
Deputy Paymaater General....
Pay master
IS
60
OFFICERS THE CORPS ENGINEERS, CORPS OF
TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS AND ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.
FARTMKNT. "
Colonel
Lient. Colonel
Major
Captain
Plrat Lieutenant
Beoond Lieutenant
Brevet Second Lieutenant
no
n
to
;o
5J
51
53
S35
mi
1H7
137
ISO
ISO
ISO
OFFICERS OF MOUNTED DRAGOONS. CAVALRY, RIFLEMEN
AND LIGHT ARTILLERY.
Colonel.. HO
235
Sll
187
145
128
128
128
JO
Lieut. Colonel
Major 0
Captain 70
First Lieutenant : 53
Second Lieutenant ' 53
Brevet Second Lieutenant 53
Adjutant, and Regimental Quartermaster, In
addition to pay of Lieutenant 10
OFFICERS OF ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY.
Oolonel 95 918
Lieutenant Oolonel 10 , 11)4
Major 70 175
Captain 1)0 118
First Lieutenant 50 108
Second Lieutenant 45 "3
Brevet Second Lieutenant V ' ' 103
Adlutant. in addition to Dav.etc. of Lieuten
ant. ........ IV. JO
Regimental Quartennaster.in addition to pay,
, etc.,of Lieutenant 10 1 2
In the above we have not Inserted ' the frac
tional parts of dollars, for convenience sake,
as tbey are of but little important. -
BELOW THE GRADE OF LIEUTENANT.
The first column denote th pay per month
of artillery and infantry, and of dragoons and
riflemen when serving on foot. The second col
nmn denote the pay per month of light artil
lery, and of dragoons and riflemen when mount
ed: . , : - ' v. . - 'n
Sergeant Major, Quartermaster, Sergeant, Frla- -
clt.il Musician, and Chief Bualer. each.... tSt 2I
Flint bergeant of a Company ........ SO SO
Ordnaaoe sergeant : St
Hnmltal Steward N
All other Sergeant, each 17 17
Cornorala - 13 14
Burners M . 13
Mntclans IS
Farriers and Blacksmiths '15 15
Artlflma..... .... 1 15
Private II IS
In addition to the pay as above stated, on ra
tion per day and an abundant supply of good
olotbiog Is allowed to every soldier. Quarters,
fuel and medical attendance, are al ways provided
by tbe Government without deduction from th
soldier's pay. If a soldier should become dis
abled in the line of his duties, the law provides
for him a ' pension, or he may, if he prefer it,
obtain admission into the Military Asylum,
which will afford bim a comfortable horn o
long as be may wish to receive it benefit. (
Th men now living in this country ar
probably about to see a more awful and start
ling panorama than was ever yet exhibited. Bat1
the exhibition I not to be a free one. W hav
got to pay tremendously for it. LouUtUU Journal.
: ' ' V
O All should read Prof. Wood's advertise
ment in another column.
07 Sea advertisement of Prof. Miller's
Hair Invigorator in another column. - .-
Guernsey's Balm Is one of the best remedies
for Headache we have ever known.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Red, White and Bine
TiELAINFS,
J tAa-lL'K8,
... Ksuasuris,
MILKS,'
NECK VIES.
Juitoptnedby
aprJ9
r BAIS fc BOH,' "
No. 2, South Hlgbstntt.
DRESS GOODS,
New aad Attractive.
1 MOZAMBIQCES,
' ' Travelino Powjss, 7 ' I
Cheni Poplins,
Poil d Chevsh,
Grizellis,
French Chintzes, ";-" "'"
r a - French Muslins, , ' - - . - ' -
, ---'"-
Chinese Wajhinu Silr,
7't '
Elkoant J)aisa Silks, . .
7 ' . IlEAvr Babque and Mantlb Silks
. Andall other new and fashionable materials most in
demand for handsome Dresses aad Mantilla. -
' - ' ' ' "BAIN ft SON,
. aptS9 . No. M Sooth High atrt.
i1 F.HT8' PAFEU'COLLiBI AND
VJt Neck Tie. , , ., .,., .,
Uandioo and economical, , Alio, , -
silk Tie, '. . . v ..
i l.iaan flallara. : ! t :. - -) i
. ., j! -.- Half IIoe, trs-'a- l ') j
, . Draweis, Vc.
U - BAIW k SON,
aprtD ' '"' No. SO South IJlgh street
THE ItlTJTFAI. I.IFB " . ' -
' OB1 NBTW YORK. "
r. 8. Wmston, Pmldent. ' Ieaac' AniiTT, ffecretary.
' Net Cash Asset, febraayr , jsei i
sicimr coxp4N7 is rnz mms etatjsi
Uj'AH th Profit an divided among tb lntnred-TT
' Application and Pamphlels can be had by applying lo
i f Kh.U K 1. HAY, Agent, , , . .
Carpenter's Building;, U7 Ssnth High Street.
sjipr v una
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING CHANCES WERE
mad In tha th officers of this Bank, January 89th,
inoi, to wic na. a. rurr, president, and Tvoausd
muuDia, iasnier, mignea ineir omoe. David Tatma,
Baq ., wa then elected Prealdent and Wat . A. Pi.tt an.
pointed Cashier. - J - "?" " "
By order of tM Board of rinetor. " - ,:v '
feb S, 1861-dtf. ' " W. A. PLATT, Oaehier.
NE17 ADVERT1SEHENTS.
, HTL1 AHSBIOAS WATCH COMPANTj of Wall-
ham, Haas., beg to ealt th attnUon of th publleto
tha. roUowiaf simDhalie racaouiandaUoa of .Waitham
Watch aa, by th "leading practical Watchmakers and Jew
ln throughout th TJnIUd Statu. Th antlr IUt of
slgnatutat to It Is qalte too long for publication la on
admUBnt; but the names pruented will to noog-
nltd by (ho acquainted with tb Trade a being In tbe
highest degree respectabl and and Inflntntlal. At their
Ublhthment may always to found th genuine Watch
as of th Oompaor'a manufacture, ia gnat variety.
Signature t rOfi taanf elliataaf Jowns aot fully rep-
ratented In this Ust will apt' ta a fa tan dvrtlH-
menu . !
i I ,
r
TbsBpderal2ied,pracUal Watchmakeraasd dealers In
Watch, having bought and told American Watohct for
a numb r of year paat, and having dealt tn all kind of
foreign Wetche for a moeh longer period of Umt, beg lo
lUt that they hav nvr dealt In Watches Vhlch, ss a
olaas, or la Individual Instances, have been mor satis-
factory to thcnulve or customers, whether In reipeot of
durability, beauty of Snlsh, snathemattcaUy correct pro.
portion, aocurat eomptnsation and adjustment, or of
Itnt Hme-tping ruultt, than too aunafaotnitd by
th Walthan Oompany. (' .
- .1
Ohio!
N. I. ORITTINDBN, ,
WM.BLYNN.
JAMK8 1 . BOSS, - . .
H. JSNKINB at 00.,
BKQG8 a SMITH, ' . . ' -WM.
WILSON McdREW, -DUHHI
k 00.,
O.OBOAHP, ,
0. PLATT. '' ' '
KINU at BUOTHER,
j. T. eaal. U. KDWAKD8,
F.J. ALIXANDSR,
JOHN li. RtOsUsB,
A. HKPPLER. i
W. H. BIOHHON0,
H. D. KAYS, ."-' 1
A. B. GILLSTT, ''
S.D. LILLBSTON, ; . " ."'
J. B. CURB AN, , .
1. W. BROWN,
I. B. TOBIN, ,
BA88I aa HULRMAN,
A. P. BOTNTON,
WH. M. UAYO,
I. NORTUSY,
A. W. IOBO. '. V ' r
WM. 80HSRZEB, : . .-:(
J. M.JOX-,
WILL ARO JtBAWLIY,
N. HAIOHT,
H. t D. BOBENBIBO,
0. A. BURR St CO.
I. B. ETTENUBIMIE CO.
WH. 8. TAYLOR,
w.w. Hannah,
H. B. at II. 0. OARPKNTBR,
H08K1NB At ITANB,
BAIG1HT St LBACII,
JAMBS BYDB, .
JOHN B. IYIS,
WILLIAMS kOO., ,
J. N. BKNNBT, ' ' 1
A, B. STORMS.
WH. 8. MORGAN
HINDBRSON BRO'B'
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD at PUTMAN,
JBNNIN08 BRO'B
JOHN J. JENKINS),
W, II. WILLIAMB,
A. WARDBN,
L.O. DONNINO, ' '" '
OHA8. 8. WILLARD.
W. t. BINGHAM at 00., -0HA8.
O. TRJCNOH.
J.NeLANI,
0. A. DIOKBN8EN,
9. B.BASOOMfc CO.,
J. M. 8TANBH.
ADOLPfl MYER8,
THKO. f. PIOKEBING,
GEO. DOIT, . 1
U.B.8HITB '
A. B. TAN OOTT," . i
JOHNXLKINS,
B. N.BHBRHAN,
8. O.BPADLDINO, ..
W. A. GILES, i
REINEHAN AtMBIRAN,
BAH'L BROWN, Jr., .
w. i. koplin,
OBO. W. 8TEIN, , . .
GSO. B. TIT OB,
BBOKHAN At YOIIE.
GEO. rIN, '
B. J LA80SLLE, '
BAM'LGARMAN, 1
JOBEPH LADOMDB,
J.J. BLAIR,
OBO. W. MeOALLA.
fUANOlB 0. fOLAOK, 1 "
O.H.'ZABN. .
GEORGR I1ELUR,
Cleveland,
Columbus,
Zanesvllle,
Cincinnati, '
-
Delaware,
Warren,
Chicago, :
La Ball,
Peoria,
III.
BlOoanlngtOQ,
Decatur, ' '
Springfield, ' ;
Quincy,
.4, ' ft l
)l I
'III'1
Galena,
Jacksonville,
Cherry Grove
Ireeport,
Pern,
Canton
Syracuse,
Nee-burgh,
Rochester,
n. r.
DUca,
Hudson,
Troy,
Oswego,
Aubarn,
.. . -,
Falrport,
Canandalgua,
ii
Foughkeepsle,
BsUvla.
Amsterdam,
Saratoga, ,
Albany,
Gohen, ' ; '
: Penn-Yan, '
Oafsklll.
Indianapolis,
Ind.
Richmond, '
Tarn Haul,
Sullivan.
Plymouth,
Kalamazoo,
Detroit, .
Hlrh.
Hllwankee,
Wis.
tutcin,
Belolt,. - .
Janaevllle, -Prairloda
Chlen,
Piltabargh,
Norristown,
,
asto,
P.
Allentowo,
Weatchester, -'
Wllllamspoit, '
Cheeter,
Lebanon,
. Harrlsburg,
York,
lncatr " -:
Reading , .
v " IA a U lib gRa . .
B. AUGHINBATOH, Chamlnrabnrg',.'
8 T. HOrsHAN, ' .' 1 urenbnrg, ". . '
J. C. HANNA, ' " ,, Newcaatle, . .' .
0. T. ROBBRT8, ' " ' Bbenaburg, ' - ,". '
J. 0. DOLON, Manch Chunk, " '
0BA8. L. PISHBR, : Ashland, '
1. M.St. OLAIa, Indiana '
W. J UBLLKH
R. Ac A. PBTERSON, . Borantoa, -
DAVID LAVERAOK, Peterson,
W. T- BAB, Newark,
BMOOH F. BILLS, Bordentown,
BBNRY B. JAMES, J '. Trenton.
T. 8.LITTLB, . Onmberland,
CARSON at BRANNON, PnlaakI,
IBOS. GOWDBY, '-' " Naahvlll,' '
A. W;PYLE, . .Springfield,
SIMPSON PEIOI, :': -.' Clartavllla,
T. W. SKIP!, Savannah
J. aV A. GARDNER ' - Bt. Louis
r an tv naDian aa .
N. J.
aid
Term.
oa.
Ho. '
TV V AV BB Aat ' ' "
HAURIOB i HENRY, : . ' . . ,
JEH0 BYLVBBTBR, ..,., . ., . ,
J.T. SCOTT fc CO., . Wheeling. W,
T. B. BCHPHRBY8, - Richmond,
K. A. VOGLER, Salem,-, N. 0.
V. W.LEINBEOK. .
J. W. MONTGOMERY, , Newberry, 8.0.
bbnj. m. cuua, Northampton, Has.
8. CHILDB, . New Bedford, . "
DEXTER asBASKTNS, ' . ; "
K.D. TI8DALE, ' Taunton, : ' "
ALBERT PITTS. "
ELLIg GirrORD. . fall River, ' " .:
V. W.MAOOHBKB, " '
J.J BURNS, j . . Gloucester, "
JEB8B SMITH, ' ' ' , Balsa ' -r
T.M.LAMB, Woretiter,'' ' '
S.N. STORY.
LEVI JOHNSON, ' ' - .' -
ANDRE W WARRIN, Wallham, .. .... " ..
o.w.pooo, . , , ,. ,
AMOS SANBORN, , . towelL , , , '
JOHN BARTON, ' ' ' Lynn, '' ' a ' '
JOHN MoGREOOB, " Lawrence ''
W. M. BOOT. . , 5 riMtCwId, -
JOHN B. SCOTT,. .
N.MOODY. Sf f '" Greenteld,
WM. BIRKHAM, Jr., ., , ' fprlngnld, t ' .
L. D. ANTHONY At CO., Providence, B.I.
PELEG ARNOLD, B. Greenwich,
THOMAS BTBBLB 1 00.,--- Hartford, Conn.
HEMINGWAY BTBYEN8, . ' ,
WM. ROGERS At BON, i - 1 .,,
O.J.MON80N, NewBartn, '.
E. BENJAMIN, '!-.' , ,
J. B. KIBBY, - 1 ' -' -
GEORGE BROWN, '
B.8.,H0NTINGT0N AtCQ., Danbury.
. A. WOODPOBT. : . "
B. D. HALL. Middletown,
JOHN L. SMITH, - - - . " . T
JOHN GORDON, ' " NwLondon, '
J. 0. BLAOKMAN. -. Brldceoort. '
JA8.B. AYRE8, Waterbury,
BHERBURNB SHAW, . " Banbornton,
L. B. H ANDEBtON, ' . .. I Oenoord, .
1. KNIGHT, ; . .t
N. G. OARR, ; V.',- .. ..
GEO. W.DKBW t CO.,
8. J.MELLI8H, i .. . Hanover, ...
W. 0. 0. WOODBCBY, , - Claramont,
BBTJBEN BPBNOBB, -
WM. B. MORRILL, BMter, .
RICHARD GOVE, Laoonla, .
JONATHAN B08U1B, Masbaa, . ..
N. W. GODDARD, j
OBAS. K. BACON, Dover.
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N. Hi
I. M. HARDIBON, So. Btrwlcfc,.
M.
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TWUUHbX at BallTU,
MOBBS M. BWAN,
i. A. MERRILL
JAMBS EMERY,
SIMEON BLOOD,
HBNRY H.HAM,
ROBERT N. BODfll,
HBNRY MoKENNBY,
J. T. HOWLAND,
TOMPKINS At MORRIS,
0. 0. WILLIAMB.
fl. 8. Q. L. B00XB8,
D. B. LUCY.
Angutaj
Portland, i-.i
Buoksportr
Bock land, -iu,.
Portasaoath, . .
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Auburn,
Bath, s
Bangor,
-
Gardiner, '
Uoulton. '
tl'is v
D. O. HALL.
BRI8BMA1D Ac HILDRETH,
0. H. HARDINfl.
Lwlton," ''
Burlington, '' ,
.Bradford,
Montpeller,'-'
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Northflld,
Woodstock, 1 ' ''
Bt. JohDsbury,
Bt. Albans,
Chelae,
Newbury, ,
Bellow falli,"'
Nw Orlean,
vt.
T. 0. PHINNEY, I' '-
A. A. f BAD. '-
J. 0. BATBB. I':.!'
J.H. MURDOCH,
0. O. CHILD8, -'"
0. H. HUNTINGTON.
POSTER GROW,
W. K. WALLAOB,
LB ANDES AMADOK.
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la.-.-.-.
Ol 8. JBNNINGL .t - e i .
8.00CKRBI.L,, '.
A. N. HALL, -",.'
ROBERT WILKXB,
J I
Del. ,
O.W..
Nstcbea,
Milford, ',
Toronto,
. Oaotwr. A onr Watch bj now xtnjiTaly oounter
felted by foreign manafactarers, w hav to Inform th
public that a watch is of our production whkh M unac
companied by a certificate of gennlnene, bearing th
aambtrof th watch', aad signed by or Treasurer, B.
Bobbins, or by onr prdessors, Appleton. Tracy At
Go'.?.' - - .;. i'- ..';,' -
A the watch ar for Sal by lwlers cenerally
throughout Ih Union, Ih Apirt" Watch Company
d(H(oUcttardrBBrBlntlwatbM. '. : 3 .
iwl-t .'i-.J -A v A,unia Jtrriiun, k .
Wholes! leenU. No. 18S Broadway H.Y.
rt'-e . I .l - i . . j 7 ..-;
d.4.4..W.8B.a.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MAN!
E0V7 LOST,
IOOD.
E0V7 BSSrOBED.
JI7RT PURLIBHED. ON TBI NATURE. TRRA
MEUT AND RADICAL CURB Of BPERMATORRUBA
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nerrousne,In
voluntary Emisaion and Impotenoy, resulting from
neil auui, w. uy Hout. J. uuiveraen, ai. v. sent
nder seal, In a plain envelope, to any addreu.posl
aia. on receipt or two stamps, by nr. uuao. .u .
LLINB. 1W Ilnnnrv. Nnar York. Post Offloe Box. No
,aUS. marSI:3aidkw
fllOrFAT'B LIFB PILLB.
In all oast of oosMvenees. dyspepsia, billion and llrtr
affsetlona, piles, rheumatism, fevers and ago, obstt
nat head achoa, and all general drangMnt of otalta
the pill bar Invariably proved aeertaln and speedy
remtdy. A single trial will olao th Lit PHI berond
th reach ofoompaUtton la the eitlmatlon of rery pa
Uent. ' - -
Dr. Moffat's PhoMlx Bitter wlU b found equally f
floaolont In all case of nervous debility, dyspepsia, heed
ch, th slcknes incident to female In dellcal hlth,
aad every kind of weaknaa or th dlgeUr organs.
For sal by Dr. W. B. M Of FAT, 335, Broadway, R, J.
and by all Dragglat. ' auyXMtiwlF
Tile following; iu an extract from a
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holme, paster oi th
Plerrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to '
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and apeaka
Volume In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Ma.
Wikslow' Booth im StRor roR Ciiildrhi Tarrnmai
"Wean adverttsment In yonr eolnmne of Has
Wiisjlow a Boothino Svaur. No w never laid a word
In favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to your reader that thla I no hum
nS w va Tamo it, mo kiow it to sb au, rr
olaim. It la probably on of th most tuccetsful medi
cine of th day, booaus it ia on of th best. And thos
of your reader who bar babies can't do better than
laylnaupply." oc!f7:lydw
HTJjTHEWEH'B
UNIVERSAL
.'couan
REMEDY.
HUHHUWEU'B
rorall TIIUOAT and
LUNG COITiri.AkNT,
Inelndlntt WIIOOPINQ
COUGH, and verr
Complaint the forernn
ner ol, and even actual
CONKUltlFTION.
The Great HEIIHAL
Git) KKiriKUV and Nat.
nral UPIATK, adapted
to every species eg Ner.
won Complaint, Ner
Tons and Chronie
Headache, lllienna.
tlm. Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache Los of
SUeep, and Bowel (Jem.
plaint. - -
TOLU
AHODYKE.
No real Justlo can b don tb above preparation
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlet,!
ba found with all dealer, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottle tent to Physl
elan, who will find development In both worthy their
aooeptanc and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whoa noreaaltles or
curiosity prompt to a trial or th abort reliable Rem .
die. .
for sal by tha usual wholesale and retail dealer '
everywhere.
JTOHN L. IIUNNEWELL, Proprleto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Xasa.
Roberts Ac Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. B. Cook, J. II
Denlg, 0. Denig a Bona, A. J. Schueller a Boo, Agent
for Oolumhn. Ohio. - myl-dly
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND GALWAY. '
The following new and magnificent first-class paddte
wbeel Steamship compose tha above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ten burthen, Capt, J. Maort
' (formerly of the Collins Line.)
BIBERNIA, 4,400 ton burthen, Capt. N. Paowaa.
COLUMBIA, 4W " R.LarrcH.
ANQL1A, 4.4IW " , ' Nicuouwa.
PAOiriO, 2.600 " " . , I. Ssiiia.
PRINCB ALBEHr. (Screw.)
u ,. 3,300 'J.WALRia.
' On of th above ship will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oalsray, car
rying th government mail, touching at St. John,
The eieamer of this line hare been constructed with
the greatest care, under the supervision of th gorrn
ment, have water-tight eompartmente, and are unexcel
led for comfort, aafety and speed by any steam re afloat.
Tbey are eommandird by abl and experienced offieer, '
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
of pasaeoger.
- An experienced Surgejn attached I each ihlp,
' ; KATES OP PASSAGE.
firtt-clw N. Y.nr Boston to Calvay or Liverpool SI0O
Becond-claM. ' "
f irit-clas, , " " to St John' 3
Thlrd-claa. ' " ' " to Oalway or Liverpool. '
'-' or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 30
Thlrd-claea paoenger are liberal ly supplied with pro- i
visions of th best quality, cooked and aerved by thr- ' .
vanta of th Company.
KETt'flN TICKETS.
ParUes wishing to send for their friend from the old
country can obtain lioket from any town oa a railway, lo
Ireland, or from the principal cities of Ing land and Boot
land, at very low rate.
Passengers for New Tork, arriving by th Boston)
Bteamera, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
for pasaage or farther information, apply to
K.k m . ... Wm. II. WIOKBAV ,
. At tnt OffiCt Of th Cnmnfinv an Kaa . -
Canal street. New York; ' "
HOWLAND k. ASPINWALL, Agent.
aprtllOdCm. .
CANADIAN A piTED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AN0 EUOiH
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,,
. Iaverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' tvnd -
Th Montreal Ocean Steamshln Oomnanw'a antvilaaa
full-powered Clyde-built Steamer aall ewerw Rata.
n rday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian aad
United State Mail and passenger,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMBRIOAH,
BOHEMIAN, iNOLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, , . HIBERNIAN, , '
CANADIAN, . NOV A BCOTIAN. .
shortest Cheapest and QalckctCen
veyaac iroui
AKSKICA TO AU riBTJ OF ETOOIX
1 -' Rate) of Paawnee to Ktxtoimi, '' '
' ... S3o. ma, ao. , . .
Will sail from LIVERPOOL ewerw WednasAa'
and from QUKBKO every satardaw. calling at .
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and lacd AIallud'
Passenger, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
IE? These Bteamer ar built of Iron, in water-tight
compartment, carry each an axpertenced Surgeon, and.
every attention is paid to th comfort and accommoa.
tlon of passenger. A they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY, th gieat risk tnd delay of calling at Bt. John'.
1 avoided.
Glasgow passenger ar furnished with ran passage.
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket granted at reduced rate.
Certificate issued for carrying to and bringing out pu
senger from all th principal town of Great Britain andj ..
Ireind, at reduced rate, by this Un ef steamers, and)
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. ,-
Sight Draft few t and upward paw- -v
able la England. Ireland, Moat-, .
i land or Walea. A f -
for passage, apply at Ih Offlee. 83 BBOAtJ
WAV, New Vorks and JO WaTEK BT..:.
'.! BABBX KEABLS, Crtowal Agmia,
- J. R. ARMSTRONG, V
aolO lydAw BtaUaman Offlo, Oolumbn. Ohio. ''.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
PE MOVES
AND PREVENTS I BH
lb
I, flammaUon and pain, and heal th woret bum. .
Id, bruiM, cut. or freah wound r n. kin '
welling and pain from be itlnga, moequito bit, and
-U"UU p.oi, Bouraigia, rneumauam, ague in the ' .
breast, salt rheum, eto. When tk.n lnt.n.11. it uu
positively cure croup in children, and give Immediate
relief la the worst case of this terrible complaint; also,
remove hoarseness and sore throat. Price, SS tens a iu
bottle. Should be In ever house. Wor .ih. n t.i
flats and Storekeeper. - IRVIN STON . '
eoie proprietor, no. l Bproc St., New Torlr "
Mtldatwlyis .. ... ,',!7
ADTBRTIBIMBNT. - "" mpr".
lor th INSTANT BBlJF;';li
and PERMANENT OUBB of tit , , i
dlitrenlng somplalnt ' '"
BBOHCEIAL CIQAKETTi:i, J
Had by 0. B. B1YM0UB CO., 107 Naeaau St., K. T.
; - rne 1 per box aeut rre ny post.
FOB BALI AT ALLDBUOGIITi.- ,'...'
na?HlAwlrla -
. : LOST.
AT THE ST ATE norSE, Tm'
nornlng.aOALf-SKIN V00KKT-BO0K, contain
ing 85 In money and valuable paper. Th flndermay
retain th money, and deliver th bock and balance ol
content to Senator Bason, at Ih America Hnua. , -
ayrV7:dat' JOHN BSUUTEL.
TBXASIJBY DEPARTMENT Of OHIO,!
' . , , .CoLoaaua, April , 1801. )
Ba-vinKH Hanlc of Cinoinnati. '
A EE PERSONS IIOI.DINO TflK CIH
culatlng Note of the Saving Bank of Cincinnati I I
will preaent the asm at this office fcr redemption, wtaiei'A
tbey will m paid io tun .iii
apridia . r. o vuctji, Treasurer or isiaie.

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