. m va- KtifiV fcdlter.
. 0ft) M vSf " I II 1
r...:-'T..... (,. our Boston exchanges
u the war, and rCM5J1 1 ' ,
LV. " iJc.ofRlgbtoa.ne assert
row " - ' -
, doctrine for the ""VWw
. a. iVlA
orange contra -""S Tl! J Jro Uh.n'lt
moral and refifel
to,leeover the British. . M!'F1"-"
la Boston, or.ewhMe,who pre c
Let roe cnurviuoo - -r
nnderour telegrapn.c - .,.
rft.ntion of urrf wp w r?rrr.
u - . . i r-j.
ion mrrT.T;r- j . i
end design, of 0 -3.
Administration ana tne - -
been la inio " 6"e-
thert 'at,' ,
I i :
take in wmf . i xJ. -vi'
. . .. .tutu of factSi-J
CSTtatn tne - . M. Davis that
It seems fWftWFWVTTT f ... .t . o.i.w.
the military io "
work to do, in ie'us
;he- fprta and oner puuu
deieu- SlalSi1, and,)n aispere:
will have ample
property itf th
of theliwa. CTH
maaaurews aka u wiU
' - - 1 - . m el-v
S.UUV U the reaerai uut-
swi Snmter and all other
M vigorous - . .
.rnment, and the W
Jefferson Davis Privateering Proclamation.
r- UHm.nl Af the
hich too uuitiuu..-
i 1ki.1i tne uu
intra is uujiv vr ,.. ., ,
gj-oalled SotthM fceofederaey baoinmiB,
not aAHfl 0D1UUU
g)-a&lieu ouuiufc.w w - .
that has excited mora just 4adioauonviu,
Davis, proposing tagrant letters o. '4V""
reprisal toxical vessels to pre, upon th com-
L SKIP, remaining faithful to their
the Federal oonnvnu"
. rT. H ula,, i ijuubiiiuiivi.
ll0,1.... in heiween Independent na
tion. is almosl fnlJjftndemn., as
of the barbarfsm'orpaVt ages. Several of
r. nr. have, bv solemn compact,
i.ri thadcfvfs tisver. to engage, la
tier. Erery pnsUmt,
case of wa!
can statwrnan and pbilanxnropu.
t " .!.! -in rilart how-arnestly and per
sistently he labored.roVt.ffikolitiot.ottheb.r,
ot tne ooumciu i -
UMLkfflt. BVioniUty by a
JltJRWefit' of its naiioim- y y
Vfc.r tai thM world. ,i Cleatly,.
,V ! a-,, , , I
. i . 'l t an aniPntl- I
vateering -d J-ffw. ----
. , J,-n;S,nme'nf. there is cieany
eaeea inuepruuou. B- .
J ..indiiMdrio stHUiil t under th.
authority of-tiTe Southern Confederacy, wn'
hss not estab
,,D?" i, JL .f fnarouefrom the
privateers laamg ' ,
Ludo Govcmmet-ot IfV.MVl '?d
seising merohant ships and f their rg, .
would, bv the Jaw of J.atwnj, as well ss by tbat
, ... Tfn!,ed Stales "Be guilty or robbery upon
the high seas, or, In other woroa. ot p y.
tboofflcers and (Jrjrtl BBSh.WaUijrswOttW,
ir n,i .nffer tbetenaltf of 'death. ' ' '
cub ,.. j ih. latter of
The Southern uonieaer-Cy
: a k. Twit Davis would afford
marque -; o . , - .
tt... nn nrntKCt on. ineoopreuio
the United States has decided, ji 'cases arising
. ... i Mar. I
under the various revolutionary " "
1 mr.A aVl -SDft!
ICV w r
lies, that a mr.felMyUd. government, w.
out h.vingcbi V..epWce, or beg
In anv sense adntiWi. InW.tho family pt .na
tions, cannot make privateering legitto.te, ana
.v . . .v.. .oimra of Mperif' tipon the high seas
under any suchtendod autnority, amouu
nothing less than piracy, and Is to be punished
The Commissary Department.
' ; ; ,
The Joint aeleatComm ttee of the General
. rtnr-r.t wnvlalrminB the
Assembly, ffOWncfW rrpviBitraing
. follotrs1 vri -,,' '''-,J 1
. ' f J'A-. A na Tn?B.TTl ffl
S?n iroi rlor'hraminrintrth; detail, of
n '".'il&,n,v h?7 anbordlnatea. and he ba.l
been eoopeilad.in a great degree t? rely npon Uieir ca-1
paeliy andJel, j., .(.,, i.. .'.
We bei'leave' W.fli?ent; from the conclusions
. . ,r ti--iuL h, arrived. - Gov.
Erm n nilltUI wmasnaiww' "
for the manftcT Itfwblob? his subordinate officers
discharge th.dntU sad. from that responsi-
Mitt. h.TiaVinnitesrtAb'ir his ' appointees are
billty h..B.Bnq lf.tf9.v , . . w.n the
faithful and, disoharge thow dotiea well, tne
people wfl-a'or4'W..blw.aa appropriate meed
ofDralse:-birTir bafalthfnf, snd :not;speedll;
dismissed ylhelExeoutivei b'
. VCUBUI V IV! Ituia vvu t. . ' ') '
"ThTfee31ny of tVopps IWWjIJr matte con:
neoted with our military mowemanta wbioh has
aa yet attracted the public attcntlofi,, so far "as
ta call forlegiskitava Jpvstigatipti; but tbt next
General Assembly, will have ahundsucs of that
kind of work oo hand, t ;!..'. v.
Ths presefit oeet,tt It were competent to do
business, which many now doubt) might spend
the month SkVt W beneflt
and advantage of the p'eople and the Ueasury.
ContraCfJ(krsi HD5, l?flil;.t notice
'a v.iL(tnnptiion., Which In the
aggregate ameotlt toilhoueaida and hundreds
thousandsiaadBB Stithrte4l M TO enaoi. au.
lucky onesVWieaJflarivs fotlttbe's',I Is np-:
posed that th first "million Of dol'art ajiprojlri
ated by, tie ".irgi'JAturw has already been ab-i
Borbed,Vtnu;')cf jipt" single publle notice hss
been Issued, inviting .competition for anything.
Ail la ,tfuiJJ private) contrapd od Id the
ji..t, ei!."v'ev,!wm ...-i! " t-u.'-f
dara:. , ,jr t, IS , -r.t - : .
But we now mrely note the fact.' It is
time to camiseiil m C Tbat time will om
hereaftcr.'snd at no rery disUnt day, and
people ?if. 4'a'n4 at.0.s en io" authority
.h.n pn.lT rxotier account for the great ps-
' mnUniivnt'oW tfl 'Uiem.;.,MatkthaV
What Does This Mean!
.. Got, : Des-.son "puld
fc,nntrd lte surjDresslon : but ii m And it
lathe old Cleveland Hersli, we may, we hope.
Th dleVland JereM, of the ot April, '
. ' . . " t I r.-.
Wo have It from authority not to be nouotea inm r.
Ohaae i optok to war uare, that, had he the pow
, he would not fir a gun, bat would reoognUe the In-
. a i fit.. a VaaM alimrlafu atb
clepenaenee oi wo aecaura . r- - -
.1.;. ,--. n... u. rh.ir'a friend! In OblO Will
be eurprlaed to know that inch I nl. P,""'r.uJl
from tnl. fa that we have a fear that Mr. Che .view,
may hiva their influence upon Mr. Llnooln.and thai an
nv Arinni anrwnair UflODwmD linii .
.w 11 - I -
It will be observed that the ttetam j
h it ftnm authnrltr not. to.be doubled that
Oo. Ciuu li ODoosed to the war measures, ana
that were the power with him, be would hot firs
a o-nn.hnt recoenise the Independence oi tbe
seceded States. We heard last evening, through
ah Intelligent source, that Got. Cham had writ
tan ui friend in this Bute that not only him
self, but a majority of the Cabinet were opposed
to the war measures, as the JJrW terms went
Tha Herald even fean that Chase may influ
anna Limoolb. "and that an inglaritui turreuder
I Uphted If the above item had come
among the telegraphic dispatches ot trie asao-
print it In the Slateitna, without being charged
1 with treason, or giTing aid ana comiort 10 sue
enemt. It U the opinion of many persons,
that It is the purpose of the Administration to
so oonducl the affair as to bring about a com
pete and final separation of the Union j bat the
great constitutional Union: element which has
been so thoroughly awakened and aroused, and
hlch Is the luline sentiment in the volunteer
army, will be all powerful, not only for the pro
tection of the Capital and the execution of the
laws, but for the preservation of the Union
ICTA Washington correspondent (Ion) of the
Baltimore Sun, writing on the 28th ult , says t
General Beanregard baa rlalttd Alexandria, anfl hai
txamlnad tha Arlington naignia,
1 fn . kei noinL either of offenie or da
... It la tatd. harem, that the federal government
will not Ukepoiaeuton of iheie height!, became It would
be an act of aggreielon, which it diaclalma, but hMnwaM
are devlaed wbireBy a noauie ioivo w
tbat point. . f : ; .
TUESDAY, April 30, 1861.
a iv... Mmmlil.a nf conference WAS asked
AUVHin v " . , .
for on H. B. 305 To prevent the circulation
depreciated bank paper, ano it was grauieu.nuu
m..o. RrhUinh and Jones were appointed. '
fc The President appointed Messrs. Moore, Key
a pnt.in tha mmmlttee under the joint reso
lution to confer with the Governor respecting
subsistence of troops in vsrlous parU of ths
State 1 " ! l ' ' '
Mr, STANLEY moved to adjourn. Lost.
Mii WHITK oQerea a joint resolution ut
i - m wtiiiboni
QeamX Agg9mbly adjourn on Monday, the
Kth of Ms ' . t ' .
PER RILL to lay it on
table was lost. ' . '
Mr. KEY moved to reter tne resoiuiiou w
select committee of three. Lost yeas 12, nays
Some thought it prudent and soms imprudent
tnariinnra on the dav montlonedi The resolu
tion to adjourn next Monday was agreed to
.... 20. nava 6-Meeers Breck. Key, Perrill,
Smith and Stanley. ' ' . i r ' '
-' On motion of Mr. PERRILL, the Senate ad
journed. : . , . -"'.! ':
kuo wwcim v "
6A of M,,. , . .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
TUESDAY, April 30, 1861.
M. MflfSSON introduced H. B. 501 Regu
latiog the appointment and prescribing the du
ti .?f Chanlains in the Ohio Volunteer Militia,
which was read tbe first, and second times, and
...... an ,h MimtnittPB on tbs Militia. '
reioiw , . , . tr t
m. sr. tt. nt warren, introuuceu n. o.
reported oau u. - -c --- -
i4(B lecUoos of ths sub-treasury sot, for a
limiud time, with an amendment, allowing the
ptym pf notes of Ohio specie paying banks
Py"" soms. - - - - ',
lUXe ' . 9 aft C
. ? . I.alnr.ai in nent frtt
wnicn was reao. .uw.
..,j theoonmittee on nuance. .
refer r" T'.,.-committee,
reported back H. B. 487 To suspend the 13th
iewiUbe paid out in abundances and tne
banki wiu be able to meet an uemanun.. o.
embanks are full of gold; and it will come
Go?errjlneDt operatlons, and we
Mgww ftU onrpurposes.-
w9 n0 need of the law; and we shall on-
M, KI.AliU laid tne amenament wan kuuu,
but the bill was bad. To change our syBtem at
.i.;. ;. in tha fans or war. is lmooaiio. oa
.UU .IIUV, - -" - - ' -
i-Hi.mrh nnhlin confidence bv passing this bill
y " p." Ints ..id there was one of three
things to bs dons. We must either modify this
law, suspend its operation, or a large appropria
tion most be made for tbe purchase of gold and
m Tt. nf anA. nam. is three or four
" . We miiit WvWe fwthis .UU of
things, or great inoonvenience and embarrass
ment will lollow. .... ... a.
m. wnnns nnlied that he held with Mr.
p th .'t thA hanka of Ohio were Kood and likely
to remain so; but 11 that were so, mere oouiu e
no need of this bill, for all ths Treasurer will
h t0 io to ,et Bpecie will be to draw the spe-
cie from the banks, by presenting their specie
paving notes, tie neia mat mere was no new
occasion for this bill, snd he therefore opposed
Mr. PLANTS renlied. and pointed to a feature
i.w whtnh. FMinlred the OOUUtv
-I in ,u urciKui ww, " - i -
j j stut 'i raaanrera u aecn tne iuuuoj -
Leive in the vaulu, until- paid out, tnaklogjt
impossible for him to nse u lor exo?"8-
I contended that it would be Impossible for" the
"IS'"" to Ret the specie. ' . -
eportPaIe' WJ"N P. ..v .1(med
whatlt would eost,nnat tbe operation Tof the
I .tia'' aUllfli
clause of the independent treasury law,
ruma anccia for tha uesent vear. Having
large sums to disburse from the State Treasury,
nt ol the oreserH crisis, the cost
J, ft lrom ten to twenty ' thousand dollars.
w" "J "h,hl(, e 0UM n-Te tobuVOUS million
f lf notBOr. At One per cent-, the
eM would be ten thousand dollarsj if specie
houM ,dvanoe to two per cent, the cost wouw
ha twantv thousand dollars, la It not an object,
I .... , 1 i i
bass InteresU of the Bute. The busl-
the financial poll-
such as to compel
ths banks to so contract their 'circulation as
hamper our merchants, manuiacturers ana ousi
man b wlthholdinc tbe usual accommoda
tions. AMin, it were no security W lockup
th. hllla nf forelen banks in our State and
county treasuries lor months, and then en the
day of paying out the money, to sell these notes
"Mr. FLAGG said that all the arguments
haai-d noon the idea of having to bay gold would
be just as strong in favor of paying out any
kindef currency that may bs taken, in, because
BDecie-pavIng notes are worth more, and would
u... , ; hi hnncht. He said all ths Treasurer
had to do was to take good bank bills, and when
he wants specie, get it pa these notes.. , In times
of war hs would not shoot paper wails, nor would
hs use paper money. He wouia use gooa euuu
iron shot and good gold money.
, Mr, BTUBB3 referred toine nana Diaiemeu
to show that there was not quite two millions
gold and silver in tbe State; and supposing tne
banks to have one-half of the whole amount
ths Cuts, it would .04' impossible to pay the
taxes at tbs next time of payment. He would
tbereforehave the specie oiause ol tne bud trees
ory law suspended. . o urs ii-rr -.i
Air. w uuus replied to tne argwHcot na
the Treasurer was not allowed to taka the
money out of the Treasury (or exchange Into
BDecle. ana comenuea ui n was completely
..... . m . . .
within tne range iu treasurer amy -u
handle tbe money In this manner. To suppose
the contrary is an absurdity.. ;v . ,
Tbe amendment oi ma comuiivue was sgreea
ne8 men want bank aocomni
therefore it is Important (hat the
cyof the StaU should not besuc
ia. when . - rj
uTbs vote was called on ordering ths bill to
Mt mi1i.mI veai 4Qt nava 43.
The Senate's resolution providing for
dit ad burnmcnt, oa jaonoay, tne sum aay
. . i i i , .
Mr. VORia moved to lav it on the table,"
which was disagreed to-i-yeas S6. nays 69.. "fl
Mr. W 00D3 moved, tbat It be maae tne
ipecial order, for to-tnerrow, at ll o'clock.
Mr. CARLISLE moved to make It the order,
tnr Thnrada next, which was dleaereed to
Tha nt wi thnn taken on maKlOC It iae
special order for to morrow, which resultea
enca on the matter of difference On H. B 291
To provide forlleasing the Canals, made a re
port tnereon,arJu cxpiurueu iuc pruuncu
ments, tne principal ai wmon , n
days from tbe patsag ot tnis diii toe own uu
lease to A. Everett, yKent Jarvis.'Wm J . Jack
son, A. Medbery alid TBomas isrown, neon-
nals, at an annual tent oi w,ouu.
Pending this atiendment, Mr. ANDREWS,
on leave, offered a resolution providing that any
of the hospitals of the State institutions may be
used for tbe aocommosaiion or ins bick umw
at Camp Jackson; suHiect to tbe oontrol of the
medical officers t tnewncampmenir wuhhi,
tereome iittls 'discusslpnt was laid upon the
table.' - .....'. 'A iw. .'J""' r
. Tbe report of the oorimlttee on tbs bill was
mA (nihil Hdima i-. ,:,- ;. U t9'':-..f '.' i
Mr. BROWN fc, or Miatal, opposea tne wnoio
plan of leasing the Public VWorks, and was not
disposed, of course, to adopt this report. ' Mr.
B. objected that tbe committee had received but
one bid, and it was uncertain how much more
iritpht have been (tbtainedAbad other bide
haan received. . r ' ' 1 '- i
Mr.: VINCENT remarked that this reportwas
substantially tne Bamo as tne oui wuiuu ,
n.nu nauad a ahnrt tlmA Blnce. witht this dif
ference, that it seoures a rent of $25,500 instead
Of $10,000, as provided in the bill. -..!.:
- Mr. BLAK.ES ti said ne naa neen oppomu
to the leasing of these works; but sines the
House seemed disposed to pass tnis om, ne ue-
sired that the interest of tbe State sbouia oe
as well secured as possible. Ho was surprised
in nri thi flnrnmlttee renortlni? In favor of ac
cepting a proposition, and presenting only that
of one oompany, when there were other compa
nies ready to make, ana naa maae, oiner nuu
..Messrs. VINCENT, and VORIS eiplained
that no other bids had been made to them. '
Mr. MoSCHOOLEH. opposed tha report ana
the general plan of leasing, contending that the
counties along the canals yielded a revenue
the support of schools fn counties in other parts
Of tbe btate suuioieni to iorever aucuve ws kimi
plaint of the burden of keeping up the canals,
from those counties. - In support Df this, heread
an argument embracing a mass of statistic
sustain his position.' He objeoted to this propo
sition, as destructive to the canals and the in
terests of the State, .r'.rr-. f-T.:i;i i
1 Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, offered a ytsolutlon
relating to a temporary Hospital 'for the aiok
Camp Jackson, whioh was laid on. tbe table
discussion. .' . ,! ,;" t.i:vf.l 1
The House then took a recess till to-morrow
at 10 A.M. V I
WEDNESDAY, May 1. 1861.
' Mr. PERRILL presented a petition from
W. Glidden, and G5 others, of Scioto county,
relative to a stay law. Referred to the Finance
committee- ''.; ' Li t 3 ;
' Mr. JONE3 frdm the eommiltee on ruDtic
Wmli. snorted back S. B. No, 303 Making
appropriations for the maintenance' and repairs
of the Public Works fttr the thiee last quarters
of 18G1, and the first quarter of 1862, with
amendment. Report agreed to, and the 'bill
was passed. The amendment struc..ouf ,an
k,it tha apnnnd section j Li 1 t'w 12 i VJ .
Mr. SPRAGUE, from the committee on
rollment. reported the enrollment ' or sundry
bills and joiut resolutions.' " - "
Mr. W HITE moved to 'lake from the tal
the resolution for the payment of the claim
Samuel Doyle. Lost yeas 11, nays 12..
Mr. JONES, from the Judiciary commitleff,
nnrtd hack H. B. No. 425-Takioe criminal
"r .V". ,7 -v. b i... "r.
jurisdiction away irom ine rruusi vuurti
Williams, Mercer and Lawrence counties, with
a recommendation pass. .
Mr. MoCAliL moved to insert narrison
Blr. i ya lx.it. movea 10 recammin vuo um,
with lestroctions to strike out Williams oounty.
Mr. J tWris reported pacawe nm vuua
ed. when it was read a third time, and passed.
The Bird and uame Dili, as ameuueu uy tuc
House, was referred to the select committes on
Game, dec. . .'. , - . ,
M..PRRRtLL. from the committee on Agri
culture, renorted" baokr the'Townshi Agricul
tural Society bill (HB. No. 427).flrithran
amendment, and recommended' its passage.
Amendment agreed to, ana tne Din passed, t . -
: Mr. HAKKUSUM, irom toe juuioiary oonnnn
tee, recommended tbe striking out of all after
the word Weed in H. J. R. No. 139, relative to
the distribution of tbe Militia laws oi tne etaie,
on account of its expenslvenees, and amending
it so ss to repeal the resolution authorizing the
printing of said laws. . Agreed to, " . . :
Mr HARRISON, from the Judioiarv cera-
mlttee, recommenoed tbe passage of H. B. No.
341 Extending certain criminal jurisdiction to
the Probate Court of Geauga souuty.' Laid on
the table. . . , , . i . i ,rf.j:'--ni m ..
The Senate took a recess., .m'.j t ' . i .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WEDNESDAY, May 1. 1861.
when he TOted e
Messrs. BALDWIN,- JONES, of Hamilton,
and SEAB3, were appointed on the second com
mitteeot Conference on ti. H. JU3 Keiatmg to
the circulation of banknotes. " - '
The House took op , H. B. 291 To provide
for leasing tbejcanals.' ' '
Pending a call of the House, Mr.'STIERS
asked leave to record his vote on the Game bill,
sine fer. , B the queBtlon wli ns . J,F M
ot iwui puw nsu v. itoi.ii
Mr. VORIS. from ths committee on ths Pent
tentiary, reported back the Senate joint resolu
tion, providing for tne appointment oi a joiov
committee to investigate the fiscal affairs
of tbe Penitentiary, and recommended tnat tne
committee consist of three members, instead of
Mr. BURR thought, if (bis matter was to ds
done at all, It ought to be done well; and be
inolined to tbe number ot nve. - " i " '
Mr.MeCUNE held that tbe number ougnt to
be five, so as to embrace two men ot the ml-
J Party.. 'J' sl'''L
. Mr. , VUK.10 oppoBea nve, on pcouuuv vi c
p'ense and tba lumbering up1 of tbe work.
smelling committees, and hs was opposed to this
resolution in toto. ' r ,' ' ;,: ' '
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, said ne was op
posed to the appointment.of tbe committee.
could only result ia pay to tbe committee and the
printers, and a Dig dook mat noooay wouia ever
. .... . : .- - t. I. I. t.ijt
read. Be tnereiore moveu coat,, i on
the table which was agreed to ' ",,-,
1 The House resumed the consideration or toe
Canal Lease bMi; ' ', 1;',J.
Mr. VORIS explained and defended the com
ulttee from theWarge tbat they hid favored
one set of bidders, .'''
Mr. ROBINSON urged the adoption f the
report, snd pointed hut the advantages of a spe
cific letting at once, nd avoiding the delays in
qident to a publio lettipg.
Mr. BLAKESLEE snposed she" report. Hs
preferred tbat the lettiie abound be public, and
the highest and best bids procured.' ' He leafed
that at the end of tbe leaks, the cabals would
worthless. 'f '
Mr. DEVORE said, aa ani&Ite'rhative. ne sup-
nosed be should vote for this report, but be did
not like the appearanSe of affairs, when here
membered that the men.wnb are now tq take
the lease under this contract for $25,500, but
short time since, assured as that they could not
afford to give more than $iu,wu. ' This made
him suspect something rotted. 1 Still, be Should
vote for this aa thd bent that could bs dons.
Mr. BTOU IV favored tbe rVport,. as a fair
offer, that was onW opped by fbose who oppoi
ed alleaee or saleVftliom. ptlic letting
he'eojhtended, jrouldMmply be np getting at all;
sndnas adrooatedolyby the mty la fsvor
of Meepinghe 'cas'asSdrainjtooNbe treas-
Mr IlERRICK said he had tUnght, when
the bill passed tbe House, letting the canals
$10,000, be denounced it, aa -wlong and un
Ilia obaervation ever sibce bad con
vinced bim tnat no was nguc, wkwwi,
t uma 'man. under, a little com
petition, had eome forward and offered $15,500
more than at first under the presuSe of tbe Sen
ate proposition to let publicly. , He was loavpr
of a Sublie letting only.' '" , . i ' '.
, Mr, HILLS regarded this ss the most jraoU
cal rirocsdine:. It was nil anyAiloggalnot
thesspnrposeo leBaeee, envuey ruaio i
Ids lundXprsihk mf handr
In the etoHf. .IWwould n
niiyofdolog c'muI thing
This is tbs rkeat Af Annre
was, in Wet, tllo qniyyracucal wav oi otapinjj
Mr. SCOTT, of arreai movsi the jitevlbtis
question, which was sustained, when,
Tbe vote was called on agreeing to the re
nort. which reauUed Teas 68. navs!8.
mi it . . i . jiJmi MMtillnl
T l ne-noBuo hook up me ,rwHiuu vivnuB
let tb opportu
;OfXne 9IW pacn.
,f ths sjesfiion. It i
for a tim die, sdiournmenft sn Monday next,
Mr. STEDMAN said he was ready to ad
jburn'i ' but be would not agree to consider this
question till ne knew'iwsat mecenaie win uu
with this canal bill ' When It Is dispossd of, he
wlllbeteady to'adjoutB, and go. He, there
fore, moved to lay ' the resolution on the table,
wbloh was agreed to-yeas 60, nays 3i. '
un motion or M.r( UNVKafi.9. o.
To provide -fat the erection of a new building
for tbe deaf and domb was UKfln up anu r
a third time, when ' -
Mr; SCOTT, 6f Warren, exnlained the neces
sity for the passage of the bill, and the condition
of the present building, etc J " - "
i' m. a i cum an supported tne oin, o"
ot tbe necessity of it, for the accommodation of
nearly foor hundred' deaf and dumb children
in the State. .i;.v.i l. . - 1 ''' f ?'
.; Mr. MeSCBOOLER would have been willing
to have voted for this bill now, but for thex-
pense fa which the State is now Involved forth e
protection of the country and its honor. 1 ' :
. Mr. STEDMAN said he would like to see
some more liberal spirit on this subject; We
ehlldren, but the poor' mutes, who cannot ask
lor tnei rints, are neglected.
. Mr. HUGHES opposed the bill because of the
embarrassed condition of the State. Tbe House
will serve the purpose very well for several
years to come. "Besides, all these building pro
jects SO' far ' exceed our calculations, that we
cannot guess when they will end. If we appro
priate Siu.uuu now, we shall find ourselves in
pay liberally lor the education of our speaking
LtlftW 11V,WV UUW, WB BUSH UUU VUIDCIICB ,u-,iM
., j : .1 Ainn nnn ...
vuiTou iu luvrv-bunu fiuuiAij ueiurv ww arc vut
nf it. J. : n
Mr: FLAGQ urged the erection Of the build
ing, on the score' of economy, benevolence and
justice. The present structure was' unfit for
poor-bouse." ne insisted tnat lor tne proposed
expenditure the State would be reimbursed by
tbe labor of tbe inmates on the public printing
and binding, while for their votes, in its favor
members would find their ruward now and their
reward hereafter.-! . ' ' '' ' 11
" Mr- JONAS said be voted for this bill last
year, for the reason that he will now.' It was
a shame for our State to call this a benevolent
institution, la its" condition. Ws are in war;
but that is-no i reason that we should not pro
vide for the helpless children of the State. We
are going to war.: How can ' we ask the Deity
to bless us with victory, when we refuse to lend
a hand to these, his suffering children. 1
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, offered ' one or two
verbal amendments, that were agreed to. '
Mr. HUGHEs offered an amendment, by ad
ding1 "Provided that In tbe erection of this build
ing not more than two-thirds of the real estate
of the State shall be sold to - meet the expense,
which was disagreed to.' 1 " ' : ' . " '
Mr. HILLS said he M opposed this bill,
but be bad since given more attention to the
subiect. and he was satisfied that i we contin
ue (bis'lnstitution - we muBt put up this building.
Beside if we go Into war, we shall need
cultivate bnr benevolent institutions ss a means
of moral conservatism upon tbs community.
He had now made up his mind to vote for
bill. -...!;.;. ,
, The vote was then taken, which resulted
yeas 47, nays 38.' : .J : V. '
i So the bill failed to psst.'ndt having received
53 votes.' ' :-.;--t." ''.! "
i Mr;' BLAKESLEE offered; the following
resolution, which was laid on the table for dis
enMlont .- ' " ' ' ' '
Rttohtd, That ft committee of three be ap
pointed to wait on the Governor forthwith,
request him to dismiss ths present Commissary
General, and appoint another more competent
to perform the duties of tbat office. ' '
" The Honse then took a recess. '
Graphic Description of the Destruction at
The following graphic aqcount of the destruc
tion of the Navy Yard at Norfolk is from a
correspondent of the N. Y. Timu-.y' ;'J .
' Th'e Pawned made fast to the dock, and Col.
Wardrup marched out hia regimeut, and sta
tioned them at the several gates ol tbe Navy
Yard to oppose the entrance of any forces from
without, in case any attempt to enter should be
made. Havipg adopted this precaution, tbe
Commodore set the marine's on (he Pennsylva
nia, tbe Cumberland, thd Pawnee, and in the
Yard, to work. .. All the books snd papers, the
srehives of the establishment, were transferred
to. the Pawnee. , ' ;
, Everything of interest to ths Government
to Dreserve on the Pennsylvania, was transfer
red to the Cumberland..-, Oa this latter, it was
also said, a large amount of gold from the Cus
tom-bouse at Norfolk, bad been in good time
placed.' Having made safe everything that was
to be brought away, the marines were next set
to. work to destroy everything on the Pennsyl
vania, on the Cumberland and in the yard tbat
might be of immediate use in waging war upon
the .Government.. Many thousand .-stand ot
arms were destroyed. Carbines bad their stocks
broken bv a blow from tbe barrels, and were
thrown overboard,. A large lot of revolvers
shared' the like fats. . Shot and . shell by
thousands went with hurried plunge to the
bottom. ' Most of the cannon bad been spiked
tbe day and night before. There wers at
least 1,500 pieces In ths yard some elegant
Dahlgren- guns, and Columbiads of all sixes--
, i. It is impossible to describe the scens of des
truction that was exhibited. Unweariedly it was
continued from. ? o'clock until about 12, during
which time, ths moon gave light to direct the
operations But when the moon sank behind
tbe western horizon, the barracks near the cen
tre of the yard wers set on fire, that by its il
lumination the work might be continued. Tbe
crackling flames snd tbs glare of light inspired
... . . i . . i
witn new energise uie ueeirvyiua; - marines, ana
havoc was carried everywhere, within the lim
its of .orders. But time was not lelt to complete
the work., Four o'clock on Sunday morning
came, and the Pawnee was passing down from
Gosport harbor with the Cumberland,- the cov
eted ptizs of the Secessionists, in tow every
mil frdm the other ships and the yard being
aboard of them, save two., Just as tbey left their
moorings, , a . rocket was . sent up! from
the deck of the Pawnee. It sped high in air,
paused a second, and burst In shivers of many
colored lights. And as it did so, ths well-set
brains at the ship-houses,- and on decks of the
fated vessels left behind, went off as if lit sim
nltaneously by ths rocket. One of the ship
houses contained the old New. York, a. ship
thirty years 09 the stocks, and yet unfinished.
Tbe other was. vacant; out bow nonsss and tne
New York burst like tinder. The vessels fired
were the . Pennsylvania, the Merrimao, tbe Ger
mantown. the Plymouth, tbe iUriteo, ths Co
lumbia and the Dolpbiu. The old Delaware and
Columbus, worn out and. dismantled seventy
fours, wers scuttled and sunk at the upper docks
on Friday.,, 1u y ,..t . , 'f;-.,i .r. ;
I need rot try to picture the scens of ike
grand conflagration' that now burst, like lbs
day ef judgment, on tbe startled citizens
Norfolk, Portsmouth, and all the surrounding
country, Any ' one - who has seen a ship
burn, and knows how, like fiery serpent, tbe
fUma Ltana 'trnm' nltebv. deck to Bmoklns-
sorouds, and writhes to the very top, around
tbe masts tbat stand use martyrs doomed,
can form soms Idea of the wonderful display
that followed. It was not thirty minutes from
ths tims the trains were fired, till tbe conflagra
tion roared like a burrioaneand the flames from
land and water swsved. and met, and mingled to
gether, and darted high and fell, and leaped up
again, and by their very motion showed their
sympsthy with ths crackling, crashing roar
destruction beneath: But in all this msgnifl
ceut scene the bid ship Pennsylvania was the
oentrepiece. ' She was a very giant In death, as
she bad been in tile. She was a sea of flame, and
when "the.iron had entered into her soul," snd
her bowels were consuming, then did she spout
from every port hole of every deck, torrents
and cataract of fire, that to the mind of MillOn
would bav represented hor A frigate. of hell
nnnrinff out unremittine broadsides of infernal
fite. . Several, of her gnus wers left loaded, but
notahotted. and as ths firs reached them, they
sent out on ths startled and morning air minute
guns of feariui peal, that added greatly to tne
alarm that the light of tbe conflagration had
of- spread through the surrounding country, ; Tbs
hsr toalhmWV'. Vnl'W
... u i.ii.
walnh Inff tha nrond but oerlsning om ieiuwi, I
as tms sign oi ner mannooa w -J...pr..:
ii. 01 nilV. hv mvwatoh.
,UUWU. AI prcuiooij y w v-f - ;
tbe tall tree tbat stooa in ner wou
and,, fell, and crashed oeep im " 's
sides, whilst a storm of sparks flooded the sky.
hlckorv ehlrtsj 3 fine shirts, U you oan iaa
tbem alongj 4 pairs of woolen socks; j pair
. j -s Lvif- . wnnl. Inrllananaablet
UL uraworsi nuiyc w..m w. . .
A SoldiiVs Kit. At this time, wnen so
many are preparing for the wars, a memoran
dum of the things necessary to take along as
baggage, will not be unacceptable , An old
soldier contributes tneaosirea catalogue,
lows: ;, , : -J
"Two flannel shirts, red preferable; 2 stout
black- silk handkerchief, very useiui; pooaej
Kbl,!f tniHananaablei 9 naif StOUt and
easy boots; If you can, take a second paii f 9
towels, Indispensable; 1 piece of soap; 1 fine
anil 1 AAstNiA finmh! 1 tooth brush; 1 butcher-
knife (a good plaoe for this Is the boot); 1 quart
tin cup; 1 button stick; 1 vial ol sweet oil; 1
piece rotten stone; 1 piece chalk; 1 button brush
(nail brush wiii.ao;; i uauni
full of nsedles throw In a few pins while you re
.k l. 1 nt am.ll aniaRora! Strone White
and blaok threads In tidy skeins; 1 blacklng
h.nah tr .nn n.n take it: 1 box blacklne. Learn
to pack your knapsack tidily, closely, and oon-
"To the above you may add all the grub you
can stow away inside and outside, and replenish
when vou oao, without waiting for tbe stook on
tia.irt r ha ATtismafcpH .Ht n-n-
UUU "W w
' Fort Monsob bt a Masbachdutts Soldier-
flnn of the members of the Canton company,
now in Fort Monroe, writes home as follows,
the letter is dated Sunday lost: : -
'We arrived out yesterday, alter a very
rough passage. We have spiendia quarters.
It Is not anything as i expeuwu w uuu -compare
it to nothing but Boston Common on
th hVinrt.h nf JU T, 1 DS vim are uun uins
.nri an alphth aronnd. . There are beautiful
" " Tt , . , , . . .
I nf h.u. a anlflndld churob.llaree bOSDt'
1 wiuimo w. --r . ,
tal, ana gooa ounuiugs, uu w "
it.. Thra are 561 euns mounted, beside the
field pieces. Last night the third regiment went
over to Norfolk and destroyed the Navy Yard;
they returned to fort to day. Every man here
i. in nnnH aniriM and wlnhinir for an attack. .
don't believe there is a man bere who would go
home If he had a chance to do so. Itisysry
cold, and we wear our overcoats all day. The
country outside fie fort looks like Capo Cod.
There are about 0 regulars here, beside he
third and fourth regiments." - !; .
A r...n Si,;naiaraTO THI Wa FOND. Ths
largest subscription yet made to the Patriotic
Fund in New York city by one Individual, is by
A. T. Stewart, who wrote opposite his name
ten thousand dollars.. He also continues tbs
salaries of such clerks of h is establishment
may enlist for the campaign. Several have
gone, and more are going.
r... D..,n...i nina It
r "rr I'nis Hfat
Adjutant General's office, that the amounts
fnnnri tn ha dua resicned officers of the army
from the States which claim to have seceded
will be paid them from the United States funds
heretofore sent to or deposited in those States.
ViaoisiA Affairs The Virginia Convention,
on the 25tb, passed an ordinance formally an
nAYinc that State to the Southern Confederacy.
Until the meeting 0? the Southern Congress,
alliance offensive and defensivs had .been con
cluded It was expected that Richmond would be made
the capital of the Southern Confederacy.
WoK-A08 for Soldibbs. A Captain writes,
that work-bags are more necessary for a soldisr
than shirts and uniform clothes, and gives
following instructions for building a work-rbag:
"The bag should be made of new calico,
double, with compartments for each article,
that they may be easily got ai wneo nun
need press. It should contain one pair round
pointed scissors, one paper carpet-needles,
rintn.nAriiM. nna akein blue of arev yearn,
three banks strong black linen thread, one
brown linen thread, two skeins coarss
blocs; suavaix aoien poroe-ua, -
down black suspender-buttons, a piece of wax,
one piece grey twilled tape, two piecea 01 wmw
twilled tape, a needle-ease made of new delaine,
small, plain and strong, filled with.the needles
and half a paper of pins." . - it
HTDoctor Lilano's Antl-Rbeumatic Band Is
tbe only known remedy for Rheumatism, Gout
and fNenralgia, and the pernicious effects of
Mercury; and it la with the greatest satisfaction,
aa to its merits, that we call the attention of bur
readers to tbe advertisement in another column
of our paper of the Anti-Rheumatlo Band. -. .
By R. KiBKATiica-, No. 165 South -High
Street, has a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jswelry, Clocks, Silver
d Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times.
r tT All should read Prof,
ment in another column.
IIJ" gee sdvsrtisement of Prof Miixn's
Hair Invigorator in another oolumn. 1 c;
S . t .
Guirnbiv's Balm is one of the best remedies
for Headache we have ever known. 0 f
On the 1st day of Uay, 1861, by Bev. Jnllns Degrater.at
the reitdence of the bride, InWeitervllle, Ohio, Dr. C.
P.LANDOS toMiaOL.BLADaHTS&, 1 .,' -
We ertnow ledge the elegant bridal acoompanlnjents
with the above notice, and sincerely hope the parties seay
enjoy continual happiness through a long and proeperons
wedded , lfe. Ed. Statttmtm. ." k V
Miller at Ulnes
' " 8. D. Uarrli
rY VIKTBJKOP A WKiT OY Ff ." FA.
IS H1M.IM1 fmai the Snnarlor Oourt'of frank
lin eoantv. Ohio. I will offer for aale at the door, of the
fienri Uouae. In the Oltv of Oolnmbui, on
Saturdav. ths 8th day of June, . A. D. 1861,
thhnnr.f lo oVlock A. M. and 4 o'clock t
u .k. iiAino,urihril rial eitate. altnate In tbe
;,',. vranklin. and State of Ohio, to wit: Part of
lot No. S3 In Deahler's Addition to the city of Oolambu,
commencing at the aoath-weat eornarof said loi,. inn
nloi Ibenee with the wait line of said lot thirty-two
... . ....... .... .lih tha north line of aald lot one nan-
dred and ninety-two feel, thence aonth with the east line of
aald lot alxteen reel, ineneewen paranci Him i
line of aald lot twenty-four feet, thenee aonth parallel
with the eaat line of aald lot ilxteen feet, thenre west
with the south line of aald lot one nanureo. ana auiy
light feet, o the Mglnnlng. .
mayl-lUw4w. By n. Bavie, epat.
t rloter'a feei 4 SO. -, ' . ' ,
Red, White antl BIae;
- - tALItur.!.,
, , .-, UIBBONS,
- Jmt opened by
' aprW '' ;
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' - S ' 'BAIrtfcsOrf, '
No. 89 Booth High street.
HESS GOODS, '
i 1 1
J - New Attrsietlve,
1 MoiAMBiqois, .. . ' ' ' , 'C
V , .', TsavsuNo Poruss, , -;....'. ,i
: - :--.CaBHiPoruNsr
' : -i ".t:"' Poa i Chivkb1,'
i; ...! ..- V . J, Guzgtxn,
faicHCB Chintzw,, -.;.T' -;
i,"- T FaiNCB Moslins, : ''
.(; " ' Fsinoh Oboandiii,'; 1 r'
: ,,,, '. CrUNISS WaSHIrld SlLES,
Elxoant Daiss Suks, - -. :. ;.f ; ; u- f
.; HsaTT BasojOiamd MaNTti Bilm
And; all other new and faehlonable materials most
! o.an4 for haadsosM Dreises as4 Mantilla... .
' v ' u.,y . ," - " ;B"! 'lJ
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irii. r'lriii'iwLTiLPi v
ft r. V J, fiUl LI1 1 liSEiltibll 1 aj
jytHl AMlWOAir WATCH OOMPANXi of itiXb-ham.VM-,begltotiaU
the attention ot O public to
tbs fbllowlot eropbails woommenditlon of WaltbAm
v.iam. h. the leadlrg praotlcal Watohmakaraand Jew
.i.,Tm,.h0ntth United slates. ""The entire Jlst'oT'
slgnataies to It ta qnlte too long for publication la one
adrerusement; but the names pretanted WJH be reeoi
nlaed by those acquainted with the Trade as being In th e
-& Uii mnaentUI,. At their
, I, A u.." mnl.e Watch.
..tabllahmenU mar always be fonnd the genuine wattn.
of the Company's manufaotare, la great variety
' Signatures fro" nan' 104 to"'"0' ,a"' rep'
reiented In this lilt will appear la a fnture advertlie
TbeaBderatgned , praetloal WatohmAkeri and dealers In
Watohes, navlnf bonght and sola American Watcnts tor
a Bomber of yean put, and having deilt in all kinds of
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, be. to
tate that they have never dealt tn Watches which, as a
olati,orin wdlvUJual ; taitanoes.hAvebeeu more sstla
factory to themeaWesor eoitoMrs, whether In retpeet of
dvablUty, beanty of nnlah, mathematically correct pro-
portions, aoenrate eompeniatlon and adjnitment, or on
fm UmtttyiW rtnlt, than those toAnnractuied by
Is I JOHN H. IV1S
the Waltham Company. :
5. a. OBITTBNDBN, ' i
WV.BLTMN, -r -
JAMBS X. ROBSt ' -,-H.
JBtiKINB 00., 1 1
BEQGB 4c SMITH,
WM. WILSON MtOBKW, , ,,
DUBMB St 00-, , -,. ., "
0,080 AMP, . , .,
KINO fc BROTHER,
j, I, c B. M. KDWABDS, .
1. J. AL1XANDBB,
JOHNH. MOEBK, , , ,
A. BKPPI.KR. .1
W. H. RIOHMONfl,
H.D. KAYS, - .
A. B. OILLSTT,
8. D. LILLBSTON, , .
J. B. OuBKAN,
J. W. BROWN,
B.B. TOBIM, 1; ,
BA881 4e HULSMAN, .
A. P. BOTHTON,
WM.M. MAYO, ..... 11
B. NORTH BY,
A. W. 10BB. t...
J. M. IOX, , .
WILL ABD It H AW1.BT,
H. 4k D. R08RNBIR0,
0. A. BTJBR St 00. -
B. 8. BTTENHRIMKB . 00.
WM. 8. IAYLOB, :
W. W. HANNAH,
H. E. 4c H. 0. OABPBHTBB,
HOBKINB fc BTANS,
HAIQHT St LBAOU, '
Warren, . :
. Newbarlh, -Bocheiter,
J. N. BENNET, . -.
A, B. BTOHMB, '. , ,
WIT. fl. MORQAK.
UBND8E80N BBO'B . .
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD Sc PUTMAH. ,
JOHN . JBNKIN8,-,' '
W. H. WILIiLAMB,
L. O. DDNNINO.
0HA8. B. WILL ABD, .
W. P. BINGHAM St CO.,
0HA8. Q. FBINOH.
0. A. PIOKBNSBN, '
0. H. BA80OM Ac CO.,
J. M. BTANS H.
ADOLPH MYER8, '
THKO. V. PIOKEBINO,
GBO. DOTY, . , : i
M. 8. SMITH
A. B. TABI OOTT , . .
II. M. BHSRMAtf, . .
B. 0 BPACLDING,
W. A. OILS8,
KBINBHAH A MBTB1K,
SAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T.KOPLIN. .
QIO. W. BTKIS,
UKU- O. T1IUB. " . -;i
UBCKMAN as XOBB.
B. J.LA80BLLB, .
JU8BPB IiADOUDfi, '
Oswego, A - .
Batavla, 1 v'
Ooehen, - -Penn-Yan,
Slehmond, : "
Prairie du Ohlen,
Allentown, ; . '
Weetoneater, -i i'.'
J. i. BbAlH,
OBO. W. HoOATXA,
FRANCIS 0. POLAOK,
F. P HBLLER,
B T. BOf 'MAN,
0. T. BOBBRI8,
J.O. DOWN. .
0HA8. h. IIBHIR, - ...
B.M.Bt. 0LAI4, '
B. A A. PBTEBBOIT,
W. T. BAB,
INOOHI. BILLB, i .
BINBT B. JAMBS,
0AB8ON A BBANNON, ,
TH08. OOWDBT, - ' - '
A. WtPILB, ,., ,t
BIHPBoN A PBICBj .
V. W.BKIFf. -
J. at A.OABDNBB
W.O.DBFBIBZ. ' :: - 1
MACBIOB ctHBNRT, . .
J.T. BC0TTA0O., '. -
t. B. HOMPHBBTB," i'- - '
P. W. LBINBiOt,'-
J. W. HONTOOUBRT, : i
BINJ. B.-OOOB, .'. . V'. '
B. OHIT.DB, ( n 1W
DEXTBB A HABKINBt , , ...
.D. TI8DALK, ...
AlBBRT PITTS, .' '
ELLIS OIFFORD, .
F. W. MAOOMBER,
JRB8B SMITH, (''.. '
T. M.LAMB, r. ,
B. N.BTOBT. ' .' . - ,
ANDRBW wabbbn, -1
AMOB SANBORN. . ''.
JOHN BARTON. , ,
JOHN SfoGRBttOR, . . t
W. Bf .'BOOT. :yr,.r,
JOHN B. 80OTT. . ,.. ...
WM. KIRKHAM, Jr.. I .
L. D. ANTHONY A CO., ., ,
THOMAS BTBBLB A 00..
HEMINGWAY A STEVENS,
WM. BOOBRS A Btin,
0. J. MON80N, ---
B.BBNJAMIN, I' I
J. B. KIRBY,
B. 8. HUNTINGTON A CO. ,
H. D. BALL.
JOHN L. SMITH,
1. 0. BLAOKMAN,
L. R. BANDBRSOM,' - i
B. KNIGHT, ,,.
N. G. OARR, '
8. J. HELLISH,
W. O. 0. WOODBURY,
WM. B. MORRILL,
JONATHAN H08MXR, ' '
N. W. OODDARD,
OHAS. B. BACON, .
F. M. BARDIBON,
TWOMBLY A SMITH,
M08K8 M. BWAN,
J. A. MERRILL
81 MEON BLOOD, .
ROBERT N. BODGE, ,
J. T. HOWLAND, n
S0MPKIN8 A MORRIS,
. 0. WILLIAMS.
0. 8. at O. L. ROGERS,
D. B. LUOY,
BRINBMAID A HILDBBTH,
0. H. BAHDINO,
T. 0. PHINNBY,
A. A. MEAD,
1. 0. BATES,
0. 0. OHILDB,
O. H. HUNTINGTON,
W. K. WALLACE,
LB ANDES AMADON,
O. B. JENNINGS,
ORBOOR A CO.," -
A. N. HALL,
Patenon, - , -Newark,
- Bt. Louis "
.. . J . 4h;T j Vn4lew u,, WBrowdway
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Woroetter, . ' ;-
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' Wallham,11 "
i.towell,. 1 ; "
. Lyna, .. ,...''
' Lawrence .. , "
OreenfleidV ' "n '
, Bprlngneld, .. I
Hartford, ."' : Cenn.
New Haven, - - "
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Danbary,. ; ' ,
New London,;. ':
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Claremont, ,; y
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Portland, : .-
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Burlington,' - '
Bradford. 1 '
'. Montpeller,- '
' Bt. Johnebaryy
. Bt. Albans,
- Beltowi Falls,
v New Orleans,-
NaleneS, ' A
I, Mllford. ' , -:i
.Toronto,, . v
Oaotioii.-Ias oar Watoh V.io itenrive,ly
felted by foreign Brafaeltirsrt, ira bavs' Inform
public IhU ao watch Is of ear prodneOoo which Is
by a eertlflcate or, genalneneis, bearing
number of thewatoh, anfl slgaed ay car TfeMurer.B.
Bobbins, or by ear predecessors, Appleton, Tracy
Oa. .v... -! ,"sf-"TTf .f
' A. thaw watch, are for sale by Jewelers
throughout the Union, ths America Watch
do sot solicit orders for Single watches. '
: BOBBINS AAPPLBTON,
HOW LOST, HOW BESIOBXD.
.TTTP-" PTTALTRHKD. ON THU NATDRH. TRKA
MKNT AND RADICAL OUBK Of BPKRMATORKUBA
or Bemlnal Waakneai, Sexual Debility, Nenronineaa.ln
voluntarv Kmuilonl ana impousuoy, niaiimg iron ,
nairabaia. eto. auui. i . vuo-". . w. smi
under seal, In a plain envelope, to any addraae.poat
paid, on receipt of two atampi, by Dr. 0UA8. 1.0 .
KlilNB, 127 Bowery, New York, toil Office Box. Mo
4,588. :. maii:nra;ir
" ffllOFFAT'S 1.IFE PIILS.
' Inall oaies of ooitlveneu, dyepepila, Mlllona and Uvel
affeoUont, piles, rhenmatlim, fevers and agues, obetl -nate
bead aohea, and all general derangements of health
these PUU have Invariably proved a oertaJn and ipeedy
remedy. A tingle trial will plaoe the Life Pills beyond
the reach f competition In the estimation of every pa
tient, .y:-. v, 's
Dr. Moffat's Fhoanlz Bitten will be found equally ef
Seaclous In all cane of nerrona debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the itckneee Incident to femalea tn delicate health,
and every kind of weaknees of the digestive organs,
lor sale b Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 33S, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Druggists. Bay2-dkwly
The following iian extraot from
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holme, palter ol the
Elerrepoint-Btreet BaptUt Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to
the "Journal and Ueeienger," Cincinnati, 0., and ipeaks
volnmei In favor of that world-renowned mediolne, Maa ,
wimiow's Sootbiko gvaor roa Omutaaw Tirrmitoi
iiVihiii arlTerttninent In Tour columns 01 MBS
Window's Boothiho BvRor. Now we never aald a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our life, hot ws
feel compelled to any to your readen that thla li no hum
bug wa bavi TRn it, ano know it to all it
clai. It la probably one of the moit lurceaiful medl
elnea of the day, become It la one of the beat. And those
of your reauera who have bablea can't no oetier man
lay In a supply.
','"' ; "
For alt TIIKOAVT and
COUGH, and every
Complaint the foreran
ner of, and even aetnal
Tbe Great NEURAL
GIC III'.KIEDY and Nat
ural uPlA'l'Ei adapted
to every specie of Ner
vous Complaint, Ner
vous and Chronic
llkin, Catarrh, Tooth
and Bar Ache, Lou of
Sleep, undMowol Com
' No real Juillce can be done the above preparation!
but by procuring and reading deicrlptlve pampbleta.1
be found with all dealers, or will be aent by Proprietor
on demand.- Formulae and Trial Bottlea aent to Phyal
clani.who will find developments In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence aoliclted from all whote neceteltles or
eurloiity prompt! to a trial of the above reliable Bene
,, For ealei by the uiual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere. ' 1
JOHN i. IICNNEWEL1., Propriety
.'""'.'.'' ' CHEMIBT AND FBABMA0IDTI8T,
' ,'- Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Roberta A Samuel. N. B. Harple, J. B. Cook, J. M
Denig, Q. Den in A Bona, A. J. Bchuellor A Bon, AgenU
for Oolnmbua. Ohio. my-ir
" . s,
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
,f,i,. -' '
NEW YORK, B03TON AND GALWAY .
Tha followlne new and magnificent flnt-clau paddle-
wheel Sttamabipi compose the above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tom burthen, Capt, J. Vaubt
' , (Formerly of the Collin. Line.)
HI BERN I A, 4,400 torn burthen, Capt. N. Mown.
COLUMBIA, 4 4t:o u. iirrcH.
ANOLIA. 4.400 " " " . NioBouoS.
PAOiriO, , " " " I Bmhb.
PB1WU1S ALBCril-, teorow.;
, , ( 3,3tiU " " w auiaa.
One af the ibne ihiol will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tueiday fortnight, for Oalway, car
rying the government mails, touching at Bt. Johns,
N. F. - . . .
Tbe Steamers or this Hoe hare neen eonnrnctea wim
the greateat care, under the mpervlilonof the govern
ment, have water-tight compartmenta, and are nnezcel-.
led tor comfort, aarety ana ipeea ny any aieamsia aun.
They are commanded by able and experienced officer!,
and every exertion will be made t promote the comfort
of paaiengera. ,
An experienced snrgean atcucu iv eacu amp.
, ,, ' KATES OP PASSAGE.
Flnt-clau N. Y. or Boston to Galway or Liverpool EJ100
Becond-elate. " " " .
Ftrat-claai, 10 ni jonn da
TbiroVolau, " " to Galway or Liverpool. .
TlilrlmnuKititii are llharallv auunlled with pro- '
. Vltiona of tbe beat quality, cooked and served by theser-
yanta of the Oompany.
.BEXVItn TICBkESXS. .
' ParUea wiahlna to aend for their friends from tbe old
I country can obtain tlcketa from any town on a railway, In
Ireland, or from the principal cltiei of England and Boot-
land, at very low ratea.
Paaiengera for New York, arriving by the Boiton
S. teamen, will be forwarded to New York free of charge. .
Vna nnuauB nw Vm wt liar infnrwlSI l nvl . sanvt ia ui
Wm. U. WICKHAM,
At the office of the Oompany, on the wharf, foot of .
Canal itreet. New York.
, HOWLAND A ABPINWALL, Agents.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AND IHOiVI
Liveroool. Montreal Quebec.
-. ana. .
- The Montreal Ocean Bteamihlp Company'! Crat-claaa
full-powered Olyde-bnllt 8 teamen aali every at
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
Unite a Dcaiee aiau anu paaBvugoi.
. . NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN, "
BOHKMIAN, ' ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, - HIBERNIAN,
,.- . CANADIAN, - NOVA 800TLAN,
Shot-teat, Cheapest and Quickest Co-
AKEBICA TO ALL FASTS OF EUBOFZ.
Rates of 3?assae to Europe,
t'-i . - J30, 9Q&, SSO. "
Will iall from LlVBRPOOL every WedueaeTay,
and from QUBHRO every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Bails and
Paiaengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
, JQ"rheae S learn era are built of Iron, ka water-tight
oompartmenta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention ii paid to the comfort and aceommoda
Hnn nf nmaeneara. Aa thevnroceed direct to L0ND0N-
DERY, the gieat riik snd delay of calling at Bt. John's
Olaagow panengers are furnished with no passage
tlcketa to and from Londonderry.
Return tlcketa granted at reduced rates.
OertiScatea iaiued for carrying to and bringing ont pes--anaen
from all tha Drineinal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reiluced ratea, by this line of iteamera, and
by tha WASHINGTON LINK Of BAILING PA0KBT8,
leaving Liverpool every week. , , '
Slg-ht Drafts for i and upwards pay
able luKagland, Ireland, Meat-
' ' ., j . land, or Vlalea. . -
' for 'paaaage, apply at the Office. 83 BKOAB.
WAVNew ikork, and 10 WATER ST.,
:? m : BABEL k ISASLS. Ssnsral IsTsnti, '
Otio ,, - J. R. ARMSTRONG.
BQlO-lydAw ' Btateaman Office, Colnmhne. Ohfc.
hiicnuecwe pai h
, WWbllltWhl V BnaaBSS
companUd , tbei
PKGVENTS 1 N-
Sammatlon and naln. and heal the worst burn.
I scald, bruite.cut, or freih wound of any kind, prevent
ewelilng and pain from be atingt, moequlto bite, an
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rneumaueia, wgmm u u.
breaat, ult rheum, etc. When taken internally, It Will
poeltlvely cure eronp In children, and give. Immedlat
renei m in worat caaw oi uiia wmm, wwM.r..u., ..
remove hoareenee. and .ore throat. Price, 85 eeata a
bottle. ' Should be In every houa. sbh i by JJrnr
I tut. ana Btereiceeper.. ...vi,.,
Dole rropnewr, w. iww,-,.w iw
for th INSTANT BBLIBI
. BHV1HH. 1TTB f K
dlitrentog complaint nai , .'
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 Naaaaa Bt., tT. Y.
. , . , , mc i per noxi Mnt rree oy po.
fOB BALI At ALL DaoiSf
BuyS-dAwlyls - '- - --""-' '
AENTI P APISH
VJ Meek. Ties.
Handiom and (conomtsal. Alio,
Silk Tlea,.'-' ":
juiuon Collars, - .
' ' , Alall isoae, . .
'BAIN A SOW.
No, 90 South High .treat.
kiUT if STATIONERY and JBWBLRY,
price n-thlrd let thn can be purobawd elwwherc
Call on or addree. (etamp enoloeed) t, L. BAILE Y, r.
1M Gonrtat., Boaton, Alass. -- ' ;, saawa w.cui.
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