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THURSDAY EYENIIG,. MAY 9. 1861.
BTWe have number of comtnunlcatiorn on
hand, referring to Yarhs;phwes of ttiamiilta
rj operation ut;,oV riot hink Uprndent to
publish tenaruiig himw.
rr Tha people are willing toco Into the aer
vice aa volunteers; to'givV their tiino and their
money to the cuie'J ap.4 s,ltow PT0P
appropriation by the Geneiat Assembly, which
t-J..l-iWj inhimi bat thtv wlU
.un with' hnminir inditrnation those who al
low the fundi appropriated to be clutched by
McnlaforB.'ln We ehabe of inordinate ana un-
heard W prUe iw wppltee.. equipments, anna
and mnpiyiops P, mu- . , - t Ml T
The Border Slave States.
' Sines the Ihaueuration of President Lincoln
only one Slav States Tew, has been added to
the Sduttter'n xiorifed'oVkcy.1 The Slave States
North Carolina Vfri Wary Unrf, and Dela-
cur a. aita till in the Union.i The Virginia Con
veatioo. passed an Ordinance of Secession, which
Is not iS tate:iireQlntiI it;,BhftU have been
ratified tVi'AsJoriry fcr the votes of the people
of tha State, east at a poll to be taken on the 4tb
Thursday. 'aWf'or the present month".' - If
the people of Virginia ebpuia not, Dy a mju".,
of the votes cast on tn any, ram j
it mill oseom a anility . .. .. ,. ,
nthaiVltruVTLKdsrieUve State! named
above may, by State Conventions or through
their Ltgialatiftlsl, jjaie Recession oidinances;
but the feelinfseem'stobe generalln all of
them, that soon ordinance must be submitted to
the direct, vote of the. people, to be ratified
or rejV'thA JWilii tbink.it likely
that any State Convention or Legislature In any
of these-'Sfates Mfc venture to pass' ad iordi-
nance oJselorvwUbotit providing for suck
ubmfcstffffrthe pwpte. They will probably, all
or nv of them, if ibey take a step m that di
rection, follow the' example set'them, In that
SoierVjiapobc'rto rc&orT all the 'Border
Slave States, with the exception of Delaware, aa
alreadv ioined to the Southern Confederacy
But this lajnamfoat i-norance qt the
strong fUaionj. senlirnent jirevaicns in
Statel.'and mnbe 'abswtceo auyanthoi
of the rjomiuw wUI-t-SucU sn ex
preMion, whenhad; as it will be In Virginia on
the 23dinslmj show that thers is more loyalty
WiBeUBlonn those States than many of
. oar NortneVn' people kVewiirir.g to give them
The Border Slave States. A Word on Business Matters.
The aJLin Uil8uilp0 fxtraa
... n'iinrl. We did not suopaae that we
atlihertvtodo so. The regular issue. of
the AOllfj ft forniug, antl of the Stitet-
man in the evening, rorusw uo wuc .
mornins extra would haya been a violation of
the rights of our neighbor, as its issue of an
evening extrfEe ;iofatii5 fj)ur
On Monday lasttejf.tbe biUpl tfceWegraph
nreesuted to ns. we made some
reference tohs miliar, which brought forth on
yesterdMih WJovang-018 fronl M?' Gat,'
the priirerpaFeperaior ihibvuiuu.wi
"To Statismah Ofhci: My orders now are
to deUSct fopy'of.kH reports to aH paper, and
let IM rttf pUrtt Wtras tr iber wish- There is
no wriUeastmiraotinvforoe in this city .-If yen
wish 'one, 1 wlJ hate the General Western
A cent come down and make one. m
Yours, ! t' ' ' v-- Gss.
We suppose a contract is binding, whether it
be redact towrjtjng ft ncy Biit that poinf
and the fact asserted by Mr,"GATXS, we will not
discuss here. Whe men become, sufficiently
cool to emfnelntb 'grave matlers .affecUng
private righll Vno" 'the'' liberty of the' press, we
aball judicially ascertain whether oar rights have
been invaded, not only with reference, to. the1
contract between the telegraph oompany and the
press, but in the sajBitayire shall test the
right whichbas ; beWassumed to supervise onr
To J. W. L.—e.
A gentleman in a neighboring country, in a
note to us,; rtdahsmtUIng. K aubacriptioBfor the
Ohio iSfatr mii, saysi n . J i. . ;J ii;rr
"I heartily approve of yoot eonrto on the great politi
cal qneetioni o( ibe day . I iliould be very a. lad If yoa
woald In your nt Heee. r t year enrrleel ooToience,
give a history ot the present troubles of the country, with
the propoiiUoni mule by eoMervitiT men to preeem
the Union. Al,hat bat been don by the Republican!
toward eoncee,ldn. with the propoeed Itmendmentt to
the ConeUtuttoi of tho Un tted State. The Kepabllcani
hen have the hAhllhood to Mrt that: their party he
offered to concede, to. Ow South even more than they
aked.t!U. W' !
Inrephf'.to'K.vi'Uwe have, to say that
this Is not an appropriate 'time to enter into a
histofy lh' tinaes, which' have led to' the
present Wooblew-MMi the ' time will come, and
perhaps it is not far distant.. The pubUo' excite
ment1 y,f&ijidlfbsldlpgi :.and it if not be
long watU-it will be prepared to entertain a fall
discussion o the grays -questions to which our
atteirW6tl8,clled,.by puf correspondent. : When
that timearrives, the Cs &almaa will do its
, ntti we h :ir.s d- ' . : " '
uUtyjM fB;ti itlntw .vo'w vri--i i. f
jllial I i "" Vul,ll
Symptoms of Fainting by the Way Side
Thtf'OW State ' Journal, of thia -morning,
"wabblW'f gives extraordinary evidence of
mkaeBt.6'li.A9m'eaT ,.M fo1
lows:'"' l Uin J " " " 1 ' '' 1
a -.iZt&JPOl tWa'tnteaselw warlike freniy which
Boeweaed aiieoule of the North one aeek ago U already
Lerceptible. biewa inevitable, and we do not know
that Uta to-kejegrettedltogeUier,, 4 flrm, ilnjieldlnit
rJ luitv tii the Oovotouient that li of
truth Ao ouraelvea mnat take lie place of the firtt fer
vors of petriotiMB, eoener orlater . We need some pub
lie mtiment, now, when a aplendld Impatlene would
hurry the Adminiitnttion into aconincnor wuicu u m
not prepared J attiotiMn ttpntleut a well a prompt,
and knowi a weU how to it a how to act. It 1 fully
awake now, and Will nrd no second fiumter to keep it
from falHnr' eleP- l- ' wUrnot see it
clearly 4h-iW--"; l, ;w!fJ, "
lena- al a rebel lWe becaue tu fererof Inetaotde
truetloB ha left them. The department! will carry for
ward tr4mrToa 4ei!W preparation with all
voaaible nuUli; and nd 'y moaient of prepara-
K7 tUt the reM! will permit u. The reelatent of
volunteer! which har been accepted by tu United
Buteawijlhesraed and diwipllnedi and the dltlerent
8uteiH RMiM She prSo troop d hold them
In readiuew foe Ueoaoond requieition. Irm and ma
nlUon are btouiilatat th ot in yart amount, and
the Souljjoujre noUin hy any. dels, joutuBe
alon , . ,9. (i , .--;
It eem, from the above-, that the Adminia
iratioa iiol')repaici' for the '"conllict, into
i whi$ iWinipatJfneb". ot W, country' vrorild
hurry ity -'Th Topl, in their love of the Old
Flag uAaAvUvi'thp tJflJo'n,''6ave responded
witK.fj'? 'prfiitipfieBB to Ihef callerf the Govern
ment Ion volunteers Tbey took It for granted
that the jAdiuinlstration waa "pf epired ' to do
that which the -Pieaidtnt's proclamatioo an
nounroT, BiiUo fi" him tq"aVcomflJehing which,
the o'rd uwy I'nwuita.of life were instantly aban
doDfj! j f'-I 'y'' '''"s "f "iie'rJ, who at one rallied
in rorrwe to Uip call. The people are in earn
r t,fi. Lincolb's Goyotrnncut is.
not, and the special organs of the Administra
tion saruiot damp their ardor, by saying that the
public Impatience would hurry the ; Administra
tion "iate a eonflieX for which' it sms , not ff-
parti X-: S V 'v.-- V V '
The Jturnnl further saya that " neti wry
mtmtntef frrptrntion that tki JUhth mill permit
tu," and that "(Ai Soul mill leanin aeUtay
6y any delay, oat (taw aisM." Id tha same
number of the Jwntl which eonUina this most
extraordinary article, is aa abstract of tha mes
saee of Mr. JxmasoN Davis, to the Montgom
ery Congress, which met on bat Monday.' id
tnai message air. ivi njt:
V Mk no ooaqaMt, no wirandiMOMBt. bo oodow-
loo from lh free BUto,. All wo k Is to be lot alone,
that none uull (tempt our tabjagattoo oy ormi. - xnu
mail! and iiDit mill to tho dlrvlt oztromiUr.' liM
moment thU loUntlon it abandosed, toe sword will drop
rmm Anr .run. and waahkll borMilv to enter Into trOA-
Uee of omit and oommeroo, matoally boneuolal, looi
as thli pretention Is meintoined.
If It be true, as tho Jouraoi asserts, that we
'need every moment for preparation, that the
rebels will give us," and Mr. Davis ' assertion
be also trne, that firy will only resist wbsi an
attempt Is made to subjugate them, there can of
course be no conflict, and thousands of brave
men, North and South, who are "tptbn'fir
fyht," will be sadly disappointed. The reader
muBt, however, make some allowance for the
singular article in tha Journal: , That paper be
longs to the class of cheap patriots, 'and
may be properly plaoed among the mylar'
Republicans, and hence its speculations
and assertions ' must be taken with oonaid
erable abatement. It would be a fearful
thing for the Administration, after having
aroused the National Union sentiment so high,
to become inert and inactive. These volunteers
did not come into the field simply to put money
into the pockets of jobbers and speculators,
connected with the Commissariat and Qiarter
Master's Departments. Not they. ' They came
forth to defend the Flag, support the Conatitu
tiooi and execute the Iws. . .
Virginia Annexed to the Southern Confederacy.
An Ordinance for adoption of the Constitution
Provisional Government of the Confederate
States of America.
' We. the delegates of the neonle of Virginia
in Convention assembled, solemnly impressed
bv the nerils which surround the Commonwealth,
and appealing to the Searcher of hearts for the
rectitude of our intentions in assuming the grave
responsibility of this act, do, by this Ordinance,
adont and ratifn the Constitution of the Provi
sional Government of the Confederate State of
America, ordained and established at Mont
gomery, Alabama, on the eighth day of Febru
ary, eighteen hundred and sixty-one ; provided
that this ordinance shall cease to have any legal
operation or affect if the people ot una Com
monwealth, noon the vote directed to be taken
on the ordinance of secession, passed - by this
Convention on the 17th day of April, eighteen
hundred and sixty-one, shall reject tne aame.
- (A true copy.) John L, Edbane, Seo'y
CONVENTION BETWEEN THE COMMONWEALTH OF
VIRGINIA AND THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF
' The Commonwealth of Virginia, looking to
speedy union of said Commonwealth and the
other slave States with the Confederate States
bf America, according to the Provisional uov
ernmentof said States, enters into the follow-
Ids temoorarv couveotion and agreement with
said States, for the purpose of meeting pressing
exigencies affecting the common rights, inter
ests, and safety of said Commonwealth and said
Confederacy. . . .
, 1st. Until the Union of said Commonwealth
with said Confederacy shall be perfected, and
aid Commonwealth ehall become a member of
said Confederacy, according to the Constitution
of both Powers, the military foroe and military
operations, offensive and defensive, of said Com
monwealth, in the impending - eoufliot with
the United States, shall be under the chief eon,
trol and direction of the President of said Con
federate States, upon the same prlnciplef, basis,
and footing as if said Commonwealth were now,
and during toe interval, a memoer ot aaiauon
f Ad Aran.
2d. The Commonwealth of Virginia will, af
ter the consummation of the Union contemplated
In this Convention, and her adoption or the con
stitution for a permanent Government of said
Confederate States, and abe shall becomes
member of said Confederacy, under said perma
nent Constitution, if the same occur, turn over
to said Confederate States all the publio prop
ertv. naval stores, and munitions of war, &c,
she mar then be in possession of, acquired from
the United States, on the same terms and in like
manner as the other States of said Confederacy
have done in like cases. '
3d. Whatever expenditures of money, If any,
said Commonwealth of Virginia shall make be
fore the Union, nnder the froviaionai uovern
ment, as above contemplated, shall be consum
mated, shall be met and provided tor oy said
This Convention entered into, and agreed to,
in the city of Richmond, on the twenty-fourth
day of April, 1861, by Alexander H. Stephens,
tne duly authorized commissioner so act in to
matter for the said Confederate States, snd
John Tvler. Wm. Ballard Preston, Bamuel
McD. Moore. James P. Holcombe, James C.
Brace, and Lewis E. Harris, parties duly au
thorized to act in like manner for said Com
monwealth of Virginia the whole subject to
the approval and ratification of the proper au
thorities of both Govertments respectively.
In testimony whereof the parties aforesaid
have hereunto set their bands and seals, the
day and year aforesaid and at the place afore
said, in duplicate originals.
Alexandee H. Stephens, I Deal j
, Commissioner for Confederate States.
Wm. Ballabo Feeston, :
. ; S. McD. Moose,
- i James P. Holcombe, ' "
I James CBbuoew ; v'
Lewis E. Haivie; X
. . n . Commissioners for
" Approved and ratified by the Convention of
Virginia, on the tb oi April, iboi.
JOHN JANNEY, President.
JOHN L. EUBANK, Secretary.
[From the Boston Transcript. (Rep.)]
The Greed for Office.
The greed for office, it la said, has Dot been
altogether abated by the danger of the cauntry.
There are persons at Washington striving now
to absorb the precious time of the Departments
by presenting their miserable claims to reward
for political services. Republicans who pester
the Cabinet for office, in this hour of peril, are
substantially as great traitors aa Davis and
Toombs, snd, if the Cabinet give ten minutes to
such solicitations, tbey steal tbose minutes from
their country's service are neither patriots nor
statesmen and should, make way for men who
better understand the stern duties of the crisis.
- The New York Erenina Poet Rep has the
following excellent suggestions on the subject:
'Not another appointment should be changed
without satisfactory evidence of the incapacity
or unfaithfulness of the ptesMit bolder.. The na
tion has a right to expect this. .. Let those who
are acquainted with the duties perform them.
Let those who ask office so and serve their
country in arms. Let the doors of the bureaus
in Watihingtoo be closed against every partlzan
who asks official rewards It is to .Urns now te
think of naving political friends: and, if the
President cannot convince every member of bis
Cabinet of this, he must seek farther for more
faithful advisers. The nation will stand no
trifling. It looks for action long enough de-
lsyedi and it will not be cheated of what it baa
a tight to demand.". -J i ;..ui 1 j
propounds of bread and three of meV' ' -s
Not Too Mant Weanns In the New York
City Council, the other night, Capt. Lovell said:
"Dont make a man walklag- arsenal. The
mounted troops might have pistols, bat it wm
enough for a man to carry a musket and forty
rounds of ammunition, and four days' provisions,
without the pistol, wbieh weighs twelve pounds
in the morning, and twenty-five pounds at night.
Besides, any weight around the loins, after two
or three hours' marching, begin to teU very
oppressively.- The great difficulty was to make
men take gooa care ot vneweapon. - a buiim
waa enough for a man.. The lighter a soldier
eoes the better: for if .lie be loaded dowr too
heavily he will throw away his xtraa. , The
provision be carries in bis haversack are four
WEDNESDAY, May 1, 1861.
" ThVBenato waited twenty mtnates to get the
memDsrs lOgeioar, aa) tueu aujuuruDu. - .,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WEDNESDAY, May 1, 1861.
! Mr. MoCUNE moved that the1 rules be sus
nndd. that the resolution offered by Mr.
Blakeslee be taken from the table, which was
agreed to. '
- Mr. COX presented the memorial of Wm.
Miiohell and 75 other citizens of Knox county,
for a change in tbe manner of subsisting the
Volnnteer In this State. ' ' '
Also, the memorial of severs) Captains of
comrjanies on tha same subieot, . - "
Mr. VORI3 moved that the resolution be
referred to the committee on the Judiolary, as
that committee bad a similar aubjeot before
them. . - ; ' " -.
Mr.HERRICK opposed the reference. It waa
time to act npon tha subject, and to act apedia
Mr. BALDWIN stated that there were very
great complaints In Cleveland, of tbe treat
ment ot tQe volunteers in camp layior.
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, supported me
resolution. He was for anything; that would
tmnrovethe present condition. of .thiDes. lie
aiinded to a recent contract tor overcoats, wuiuu
77' . . . - . . .r
he thought unnecessary, and the, purchase of
Mr. STEDMAN said he concurred in tbe re
marks of the eentleman on the tent poles; but
the overcoats he held to be absolutely necessary,
Men cannot do without them: and be was wiu
Inir to furnish them at ant reasonable expense
Air. TAnnilUlhli Kave ms experience iu
Mexico- climate where overcoats were In-
Mr. VORIS ureed the reference.. He read,
for information, a bill be had prepared to meet
Mr. VINCENT said he thought this resolu
tlon could not do snv barm,-" It was merely ad
visory; and It was perfectly competent for this
House to give tnat auvioe.' tie oeuevea ' mere
was fault with the Quarter Master, also, and
he should move to amend by making the reso
lution annlv to that offloe.'
Mr. McCUNE opposed the referenoe-J He
wanted tbe subject disposed of, and that without
fear or favor. There waa evidently great wrong
somewhere, with the Quarter-Master, tne com'
pany or tbe Governor. He did not say bow this
matter stood tie demanded tbe exeroise ot tne
power of the House aS far aa it can be, to right
tbs present abuses.
. Mr. KRUM said he thoueht we might be too
fast In this matter.- He related the fable of the
fox and tbe flies; and he said It was s question
and a serious one. too. whether we can remove
these officials without Introduoing a more bun
gry swarm, who will draw out the last drop of
blood in tbe boar pontic , ,
Mr. REISINGER reminded the .House that
we have confided to the Governor tha eipepdi
ture of this money. He had opposed tui mea
sure when before tbe House, but now be w
willing to trust the Governor, believing him to
be an noneat man. ' .-...... t
Mr. HILLS was in favor of passing this Teso
lotion with the amendment. We could at ieaet
accomplish as much as the dentist did when he
pulled the sound tooth by mistake he had giv
en the aching one a hint what to expect. He
was willing to pull out tbree or four oi inese
teeth for tbe general good. : -1 1
The voto was then taken on flit.- Vincent's
amendments, which resulted yeas 44, nays 35.
' The question then being dn the adoption of
the resolution as amended, it was sgreed to
yeas 61, nays 24. -L '
Mr. FLAGG moved that the vote Just taken
be reconsidered. ,. , ,,.;';; ,,''J" ''
Mr. VORIS supported this motion, and nrged
the House to reverse its action in this case.
Mr. CONVERSE said that this matter had
been delayed too long, and it was time now to
act efficiently. Ha had confidence in the Gov
ernor, bat there is corruption or Incompetence
in some of these officials. Ha would thoroughly
probe the matter, and see if a, cure could not be
effeoted. ' i.''s-.t I .. .-;U.4..i. 0.
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, hoped the House
would reconsider, and if tbey wanted to pass
such a reaodatfon, let it be put in the torm of
a joint resolution, and jive ft the sanction of
both Houses.' i-i - ' ' .
Mr. FLAGG moved that the motion be laid
on the table, which was disagreed to. t t
.: The vote was then taken on the motion to
reconsider, which resulted yeea 27; nays 55.
The SPEAKER then appointed Messrs.
Blakeslee, Burr and Wright, of Hamilton, the
committee nnder the above resolution.
On leave, Mr. VORIS introduced H. B. 603
Supplementary" and amendatory to tha laws
regulating the Militia which was read the first
and second times, and referred to tbe committee
on the Judiolary.
Mr FLAGG, from the committee on the
Militia, reported back H. B. 601 To provide
for the appointment and prescribing the duties
of Chaplaiss to the Militia with an amendment,
which was agreed to, when , , ,
The bill was set for a third reading lo-mor-row;
, ',: - '
The House agreed to the Senate's amend
ments to H. B. 425 To extend the jurisdiction
of the Probate Court In certain counties yeas
67, naya 0.'
The Senate's joint resolution relative to
printing Military laws, wss referred to the Mi
litia committee. ' '
The House agreed to the Senate's amend
ments to H. B. 464 To protect tbe rights of
Turnpikes and Plank Roads yeas 68, naya 0.
The House aereed to H. B. 427 To provide
for township Agricultural Societies yeaa 57,
nays 7. ,
S.B. 303 Making certain appropriations for
the payment of outstanding check of the Board
of Publio Works was read a first time, V f v
Mr. ROBINSON, from tbe committee on the
Judiciary reported sack H. B. 492-To provide
for tbe relief of tbe families of Volunteers
with sundry amendments, which were agreed
to, when v - :. : . .-.i. -. i - i n -n .:i ..;.
The bill was set for a third reading to-mor-
. . . .
On leave Mr. THOMPSON, of Perry, Intro
duced H. B. 604 Te authorize the Commission
era of the counties of the 1st sub-division of the
Seventh Judicial District, which was read the
The House then adjourned.
.' tt if'
THURSDAY, May 2, 1861.
T Mr. MOORE presented a memorial from Cy
rus Howard, HXbase, A. Hojrlini, H. Wal
brldge, M. Brown Frank Klosf and 8. A. Ray
mond, proposing tojease tbrTublio works sub
ieot to H.B. 231? VGivlnbond In $20,000 to
take the lease within 3 days after passage of
said bill, and to ayXfierefor $!!b,UUU per an
num rent for the fntrffe Works tor ten years
Tbey also jmrpowofif the Legislature divides
tbe Publio Works, to take the Miami and Erie
canal, and Western Reserve and Maumee road,
and pa for them $35,000 W annum and will
give reqnlslti security, if their bid Is accepted.
Mr. MOORE offered thybove aa a minority
report, dissenting from the' majority report of
the Conference committee. .
Mr. SCHLEICH.fromthe 'majority of the
Conference committee, siibmltted a report pro
posing to lease the canjsla to Medberry, J arris
& Co. for $26,500 perknum. This report is
that to which the House agreed. i "
Mr. SMITH moved to amend the report of
the majority by striking out the names of Aied
beryj Jarvia & Co , and substituting those of
Cyrus Howard S Co , togetoer wltts . oeir Did.
The President ruled the motion out of order.
Mr. SMITH read from the proceedings in
Congress to show tbe motion was in order.- ( ..
, - Tbs PRESIDENT beld, the Senate Is govern
ed by the joint rules of tbe GenereljAssembly,
by which tbe report of a Conference commit
tee cannot be amended, but tbat anew commit
tee may be appointed, if the first report is not
agreed to. - -- ---
Mr. SMITH Insisted tha this position waa cor
feet. The Senate may divide 'or amend the
report. J?l t ,T ' 7, n 'V : ' M
The rK&oiVBin aeia io nil raung. --rr.i
Mr. SMITH appealed from th decision of the
chair. '' -, ';' V- ' "r', ,J
' .The question was' debated at Ungtfi, when tbe
qnestion npon the appeal' was taken, and the de
cision of the chair was sustained years 22,
- Tnoaa who voted in tha affinraattre were
Messrs. Breok. Brewevllowsri Collins, Cop-
pr, Carnmlns CsMO, fergnsoo, Fisher, foster,.
Garfield," Gl&es, Holms, Key, McCall, Nsw
man, Orr, Parish, Parrlli, Potts, Schleioh and
Those who voted in the negative Were
Messrs.' Harrison. Harsh, Joftss: Laskey,
Monroe, Moore, Morse, Potwic, Ready, Smith,
8prague and Stanley 13. i -
u.oiaiiLi moved m omsiou oi tne re
mm. nn mn.vnvMM . . ... ... i
i do rn..oiLic.N i aeoiaea ii out oi uruer.
fMrJ STANLEY appealed from the decision of
toe cnaii. j , ,n I i I
The question was again debated, and the deci
sion of the chait.waa sustained yeas 20, nays
Mr. Smith moved to lsy tbe report of the
Conference committee on tho table. Lost
yeas 20, nave 12. ' . ',
nat. rauMKUEsaia oe was in ravor.oi tne
passaee of the bill leasine the Publio Works at
publio lotting, became he thought it fairest. Yet
he would vote for it in the present form rather
than aee it defeated. But he would like to make
another effort to eet the House to agree to a
public letting. For this reason, he would vote
against the bill in tne present torm, and ass tor
another conference. He would reserve to him'
self the right, however, to vote for a direct let
ting wben be la convinced a puono letting can
not ease. '':
Air. rAKlSH agreed witn Air. Monroe witn
one variation. He would say that before he
would vote for the bill In its present shape, he
would deleatit if he could. He waa ao dis sat
isfied with the operations of ths bidders In this
particular bill that be would not consent to lease
Mr. MOORE said that the bid of Howard &
Co. ahould be substituted because it is a higher
Mr. FERGUSON said the terms of Howard
St, Co. differ from those in the bill.
Mr. SMITH understood Howard & Co. would
take the lease npon tbe same terms with Med-
bery Ic Co., at a higher bid.
Mr: MOORE held that If the Publio Works
are to be directly let, they should be let to the
bigbest bidder, lie did not like tuia mooeoi
bidding. ' Public letting is the true principle.
lie. had been Informed ' tbai members ot tne
House,' had threatened they would not adjourn
uuleee this bill passes. Mr; Moore could stay
here as long as anybody, ue waa not to be de
terred from votine as he thoueht right, by any
threat, lie was opposed to any letting; but if
he must choose, he would say let them publicly.
' Mr. HARSH waa opposed to leasing. He Re
lieved proper management of the canals would
make tbem self-sustaining, ue douotea wnetn
er Senators are influenced by personal consid
erations. If he were, he would vote for leasing,
because he considered that leasine is a step
towards abandonment of tbe canals, it tney were
abandoned it would ereatly promote the Interests
of the principal towns in his county.1 But he
believed in keeping the canals,' and that the
State should keep control of them.
r Mr. CUPPY adopted as apolitical principle
that no government should own publio works, or
engage in enterprises Which belong properly to
individuals. Tbe otiio canals are an illustra
tion oi the Inability of government to manage
-such enterprises. ' He had been In favor of tbe
State disposing of the canals, because it would
promote publio interests. And he is in favor of
leasing the canals at publio auction. He lives
in a canal city and county, and be believed it
for their benefit that the State should surrender
its control of the Public Works. The canals
have been a publie burthen for years. Tbey
h&veimpalred tbe prosperity of railroads and on
structed private enterprise. They have been
and are beneficial to the State, but be waa in
favor of making them mere beneficial by leas
Ins tnem. .
Mr. CUMMINS was opposed to the State snr
rendering control of the canals, and opposed
tbe leasing bill, and cbargea tnat improper in
fluences were brought to bear in the disposition
or tbe subject.'
me senate took a recess nntu tnree o cioca
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
THURSDAY, May 2, 1861.
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Goodwin,
Mr, BLAKESLEE, from the committee ap
pointed to wait- on the Governor and request
the removal of the Quarter-Master and Com
missary General, made a verbaLreport tbat they
had, waited on the Oerernor and discharged the
duty assigned them. ;' -. .iv-.-o.ii.;
Mr, WRIGHT, of Hamilton, presented the
memorial of Wynne, Haynes ft Co., of Cincin
nati, against the bill to amend the assessment
law. '.. w- -
S. B. 203 Making appropriations for the
Publio Works for 1861 nd part of. 1862, was
read a second time and referred to a select com -
mittee of. three Messrs. Woods, Robinson, and
Vorhv: :). it st i.Jl t-' ' : ..a, -.
H. B. 493 For the relief of tbe families fit
Volunteers was read a third time, when, sun
dry verbal amendment were made to the bill.
Mr. DICKEY moved to amend by providing
that' any surplus of tbe fund raised under this
bill be applied to the school fund. ,., ,
; In the course of some remarks upon the bill,
allusion was made to the proportionate number
of companies furnished by the different counties,
reflecting invidiously against the north part of
r Mr. MoCUNE vary spiritedly repudiated tbe
oharge of want of patriotism as a cowardly in
tuit, that he was prepared at all times to resent
in a proper manner. ' . m -.:.,
Mr. DEVORE held that the tax to be raised
under this bill should be levied equally over tbe
entire State : t
Mr. WOODS offered a substitute for ths
amendment of Mr. Dickey, directing the sur
plus to be placed in to the county fund. . ,
Mr. HILLS opposed this last amendment, as
likely to encourage unnecessary levies of taxes.
He was opposed to tbe bill as a cold kind or chart
tr. ' '! , ' - rw. - ' i.
Mr. KRUM said he favored tbe substitute, ss
beine the most equitable disposition of it.
Mr. WRIGHT, of , Hamilton, moved that the
bill be referred to a select committee.
Mr. FLAGG seconded the motion, and said he
thought it would be much better that some ar
rangement should be made for the payment to
th families of volunteers, npon their order, of
tbeir full or half pay. , This would be ample
for most cases, and tne rest ne would trust to
that hleher and nobler sentiment of oharitv.
Mr. BALDWIN was indifferent as to whether
the amendment was adopted pr 'not; for there
would not be any thing left in the way of sur
plus. . He was opposed to tbe reference. He re
marked tbat the tax in bis county would only
be $3,uuu wkilenis town bad already subscribed
fitti.uuu for tbe same objects. , .
, Mr. FELLOWS desired tbe referenoe of the
bill, and remarked the private charities sub
scribed had already exceeded a million dollars,
and were likely to increase to a to make this
bilPnnnecesBary. ,.,,, - . -
Mr. MoCLUNG opposed the referenoe. He
thought tbe House was as ready to aot on the
bill now as ever., His county bad probably al
ready raised enougn lor its wants in this way;
but he could see no impropriety in allowing the
commissioners ito levy the tax.
Mr. STEDMAN hoped this bill would past
in its present state, It was just what was want.
Mr. REISINGER desired that the bill might
be referred and perfected. His village, however,
bad already met tbe case by a liberal appro
prlation. , . . t. ... . -'.
'Mr. TANNEYHILL ,was for tbe bill. It
waa mat what a patriot would support, and th
man who would refuse relief to the family of a
poor volunteer, had better shut his mouth. He
was a poor skalewae. .. . , .
The substitute of Mr r WOODS was adopted,
when , , ... , ; r ,
. Mr. HUGHES opposed ths bill, because it did
the Mil not operate equally .throughout the State.
--. The vote was called on the passage of tbe
bill, wblcb resulted yeas bsi, naya is. ,
Mr. PARR moved to amend the title by add'
ins: "tbat the door of the safe In the State
Treasury bs open this day at 9 P. M , and that
every man help himself" which waa disagreed
to. " ' '- . - ,
Mr. IIILL3 then moved that the vote whereby
was passed be reconsidered. ,
Mr, VORIS moved to lsy .this motion on ths
table, which was agreed to yeas i'J, nays J J.
Mr. NIGH moved that the vote whereby the
House refused to pass S. B For buiidioe an
Asylum for Uift Deaf and Domb-rbe reoonslder-
U Mtt liUGllES moved to lay tne motion on
the table, wbion waa disagreed to yeaa i,
na44. The vote waa then taken on recoh-
slderlng the vote, snd resulted yeas 39, naVs
kr , MdAHAI offered the following" re's
InMnn, . . . . '' .
WHrMAS, The Qoartsr Msater General and
Commisary General -are anxlaus to , bare a
hearlozWore a oommUtee ,of this House, In
l. . J.i..,iu .( ....nu ..i k. ilil.
ygar4fftharesottty8 ofeosnra jiaesed b thif
House, vesterdav and whereas: iustloe to said
officers demands a full statement ot the tacts in
regard to the contracts made; Therefore, be It
: Reeoltxd, That a committee of five t e appoint
ed by the Speaker, whose duty it shall be to ex
amine into said contracts and report tne laota te
this House at an earlv dav., s , V !-
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, moved to amend
by adding, "and the said committee have power
to send lor persona and papers," wnion was
screed to, when the resolution wss adopted.
. Mr. MoSCUOOLER offered tha following
resolution, which was laid over nnder a motion
Whebeas the Governor of Ohio has adopted
the rjolicv of preventing the transportation of
provisions, inoiuding lit nogs ana cattle, out oi
Wis state, destined lor tne Baltimore market;
Therefore, be it
Received, that a committee of five bo ap
pointed to investigate the aubjeot, and report
what legislation, if any, be necessary on the
The House then took a recess. , ;
It is proverbial that old friends make the bit
terest enemies; and, were we to judge from
many ldications we see here and elsewhere, the
people of tbe United States will furnish no ex
ception to the adage. Independent of all mere
loyalty, on the one hand, and desire of inde
pendence on tbe other, there have been many
causes calculated to arouse feelings of extreme
bitterness between our contending sections, all
tne more bitter tbat tbey do not compreoeno
each other. These feelings of bitterness will
not be likely to be allayed by the million of false
rumors circulated in botn sections, or insulting
declarations and aots of cruelty and oppression.
It. is past all hope that thla war should fail to
brine scenes that will make the blood of good
men and women curdle with horror ..Ail war,
perhaps, has such scenes, of necessity, even in
this aee. But while this is tbe fact, it should
never be forgotten by the men of both sides, that
they are in the midst of an age of high clviliza
tlon, that tbey are a christian people, and that
while we have a government to maintain by our
valor, we have a national character to maintain
before an enlightened world. Let all good men,
tberefore, while stimulating our gallant young
men to the defence of their country and their
nnuntrt'i flair, refuse to lend themselves to tbe
efforts to excite a vindictive and savage spirit of
revenge iu their breasts. . Tbe triumpb or our
armS and f the vindication ot pur glorious 'flsg
need no such unchristian spirit. Unnumbered
armies will spring into existence, composed of
the bravest and best, by the appeal to tbeir loy
al u. natriotiam and courage alone. These feel
ings, too, will lead us to victory and, what is
atill more noble, to victory unstained by rapine
and cruelty. Let us war boldly and bravely for
our flag; but let us wsr chivalrously, numaneiy.
and as becomes christians and gentlemen ngnt
in g i n a noble cause . CAieajo 2 imet . , ,
We have received authentto assurances that
the speech of this distinguished gentleman at
Nashville the other night was so reported in the
Nashville papers of tbe following day as to do
bim injustice in several particulars, ana epeci
ellv in the total impression begotten, Mr. Bell!
we understand, will at an early day prepare
for nublloation a synopsis of what be did say,
Meanwhile, we may state, and perhaps ought
to state, that he himself regards the speech as
an effort aealnst secession and for the Union.
We do not, after the assurances we have re
ceived, permit ourselves to harbor a doubt that
such was tbe reel end or nis enort; out certain
ly in all the course of national vicissitudes,
more unfortunate choice of means was never
made bv a patriot and a statesman.! John Bell
beyond rational dispute, committed, in this in
explicable effort, a blunder, which must hare
the publio effect of a crime; but we are. bound
to believe, and we do believe, tbat he commit
ted tbe blonder honestly. . He is unquestiona
bly guilty of a terrible mistake; but not, as ws
were at first driven by a sense of imperative
dutv to say. of detection.' ite yes sincerely
deems himself loyal to the Union. And we
do not doubt that be will feel it due to his fame
and to bis country to promptly say thus much
for the publio under his own signature. Lsni-
oille Journal. ..-i--; 1 ,-. ! "iw U'i
. . I III , r.it k
Unpleasant Peemcakent job. a . Mabbjep
Man. A few days ago, a gentleman connected
with tbe engineering department 01 tne navy
anil kn ha inat raeeived order to ioin thi
steam frigate "Minnesota," nearly , ready for
sea was nniteo in marriage 10 an innrestini
vonne ladv in Charlestown, and tbey depart
on a flying trip to New York. While walking
un Broadway with his bride, be was suddenly
arrested on suspicion of being a secessionist, and
taken away from her he "loved best." The few
hours, wife waB left standing in the street, and
the husband was thrown into prison, where ne
was detained all night, notwithstanding bis pro
testations tbat he was an officer in tbe navy.
and a native of Pennsylvania, from which State
he was appointed, in tbe morning ne was re
leased from his imprisonment, and at once flew
to bis afflicted darling. Blunders like this
should not occur often in the 19th century. ..
, . ,. i
Lieut. Jones, who burned the Harper's Fer
ry arsenal, has been rewarded for bis gallantry
by being promoted to tne ran a 01 captain.
Mrs. Lincoin is reported to be in excellent
health, as well as her family, ene nas been
Imnortuned to leave Washington for the present
but sys she considers it ber duty, to stand by
ber busbauu. , . . , ,,,.iV
. - 1 ', I'.; ;J.
IDT R. KiExrATBicK, No. 165 South Higb
Street, has a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
d Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times.
. . r ' ' ' 111'" 'it:'
rrr All should read Prof. Wood's advertise
ment in another column. ;' J ' ""
O See advertisement of Prof.g
Hair Invigorator in another column, j
Guernsey's Balm is one of tbe best remedies
for Headache we have ever known. '
By Rev. Oe. W. Broh, at Panonig of Wtslay Chap.
1, Day id, Mr. ANDREW J. FIBBER, of Harrison
eoonty, 0., ana Mils ANNIE M. BIRCH, of franklin
county, 0. ' -'' ' ' ' ' :. v '''' 1
nOREKT JSJ8T AMEMBHROF THE
IV Tuacarawu Guard!, haa been milling from tne
mndHa of said OoniwtnT. ilnce Saturday afternoon
lut. and lean arc apprehended that be hu been foully
dealt with la thU oltr . He it a German by birth. feet
S lnene hinh, black hair, wbliken, and mouitacba, and of
rather intemperate nablti. Any information given at
Camp Jackeen of nil whereabout! will be mankiuily re
lTdbyhi .. IC80ARAWA8 FRIENDS. '
.nayu-ltd ,. .:..i-...-i .' ui-
Miller at Bln--'i .. " i: J -'
va. . .. i Superior Court. J
B. Tt. H.rrl.. 1
V VIItTUEOF A WRIT OF FI. FA.
to me directed from the Buiierlor Court (of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for a le at th door of th
Court Houm, In tha City of Colutnbua, on ' -'
Saturday, th 8th day of June, A.D.18G1,
between th houn of 10 o'clook A. M. and 4 o'clock T
M..thfallowinEdeiorlbed real eatat. sltuat la thi
county o( Franklin, and Slat of Ohio, to wit:: Fart of
lot No. S3 in Deihler's Addition to the city of Columbus,
commencing at the soutb-weet corner of said lot, inn
nlng thence with the wait line of aid lot thirty-two
feet, thence eaitwith th north line of ald lot on han
drail and nlnet-two feet. thence couth with the east llae of
laid lot ilxteen reel, uienoe we parauei witn me noria
line of said lot twenty-four feet, thence south parallel
with th cast Un of said lot alxtetn feet, Umbo wert
witli th south lino of aaid lot on hundred and sutty-
Ightfeet,tothebelnnlog. ", 4 , - u,
Appraised at f-i.ww. , . .d'i
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, ' 1
mayl-dltw4w. . By E. Davis, DputF.'.
PrlnUr'!fees4 50. ,: ..'u- - t-ts;.
r A LTERE Ac THREAD LACH MITTS
iVl of elegant qualitl for Udiei; aUo, MIsmm' Mltaj
REPFXIiANT OR tTATBR-PROOP
CLOAK CLOTnS. Alto, other make of Bprlnr
seUand Buttons tomsuh. :t t bain at oN, -c;
. .rriis , Vo-SSSoulh Utxhitreet.
;, apius 0 ofo
JX QTLT. !
TptB AtUBIOAH WATCH COMPANVi ot Walt-,
Iiapi, Mass., Mast call th aUnUen '( th pabUew
the following tnphatl rwoauMndatlon of ..Waltham
Watebes, by tM tadlnt ynwUeal Wavdiaukmaad Jw
alrs throughout ths United Utei. ;Th ntlr list of
signatures to It Is quit too long fy publication hi on
advartlacBMnt; but th name prelected will be neog-
nlaed by lb aeqaalntodwtth th Tf4 t balag la th
blgbMt oegrrepctble sad sad Influential. Atlnejr
stabllAbment may always bs found the genuine Watch
s of U Company's manafaetur; m great variety.. 1
Blgnatan from many eltlei snd towns not folly rep-
reiented la this lilt will appear la a future advartl-
Tbandnlgnd,praetlal Watchnakeri and dealers in
Walcbet, bating bsaght and Mid AaMrloaa Watohis for
a number ot years past, and having dealt in all kind of
foreign Watcbe for a much longer period of time, bej to
1 tat tbat they bay avr dealt lp Watch ee whloh, as a
class, or la .Individual Instance, bay been .'mora Satis
factory to thsmMlvea or customers, whether In reaptet of
durability, beauty of Unleh, mathematically correct pro-
portloni, aoourat oompensatlm nd adjoatzunt, or of
pjtte Umo-Jbuping rttvlU, fhan tho mannfaotniod by
In Waltham Company. n o
W.'sj. ORTTTIITDBM, '. .. '. Cleveland, Ohio.
WS, BLYHN, "' ' ""' Oolomeoe, .ui 1
JAMBS J R08B, ' ' - ' EaneeTille, .1 -I. " ,
H. JKNKIHB a?ou., uiooinnau,
B8CH38 S, SMITH. ' :..!.."',:
WM. WltBONMeOBIW, ':, :.,;. ,;
DUHMBfcOO., .! .v, 1 ,t.v.ra..,i . " ..
O.OBOAMP. .!.,,, 1;.-
0. PLATT. .' r. :' IUwar, - ,.,
KINQ t BROTHER. . . ,Wrrn, ., .,.,
J. T. fc . M. KUWAKJUB, unioago. III.
f. J. ALBXANDSR, . - ' I Salle,
JOHN H. MOR8, , : . j Peoria, , ,,
A. HBPPLKR. -
W. H. RI0UM0NO, ,.
H. D. EATS, Bloomlogton, .,
A. B. GILLBTT, v;: r : ; " . ,..,.,,
8. D. LILLBSTON, - , .,-,., Deflator, ,.,.'
J, B. OURBAN,, ot-., ... Bpringoeld,,.,.,
J. W. BROWM, .... 7 . .-ftulncy, r, , 4, .
1. B. TOBIN, . , . ;:.. f .1
BAB8B St HnisMAN, "
A.P.BOINTON, ; u ,OalMS,
WM. M. MAYO, JacktonTllle,
NORTHEx, ' . ,i - f uarryurv
A. W. fORD, Ereeport,
WM.BOHBRZIRv . ... . . , Fern, r " .
J. M.IOZ, , Canton ' ' '
WILLAKD ScHATTLBT, ' 11 ' Byraeu, 1 ' ' If.' T.'
N.HAIOHT, . .... wnurgn, ,
H.fcD.ROSENBIRO, ' Rochester " ' "
0. A.BURRfcOO. . " .. '," ':
B. 8. BTTENURIBEE W. " ' " - -
WM. B. TAYLOR, .... ... Unca, .
W. W. H ANN AH, ' HUdlOD,
H, R. at H. 0. OARP1NTBR, Troy, 1 ,'
H08K1NB IVANS, 1 OwwegO, " '.
HAIOUT StLBAOU, . Anbnm,
JAMS8HYPB, ' '
JOHN H. IVKB, . , Falrport, ,"
WILLIAMS t CO. , ' ' uananualgua, "
J. N. BENNET, '. -'Si - .
A, 8. BT0RM8, . :. r. ! v. roBghkeepMe, "
WM. B. MORGAN.' -a: ... :. ' . .
J. A. CLARK, T
.. . . .
-. . Oosbn,, y
1 1 . Penn Yan, ,
' Terra Haute,
BLOOD c PUTHAn,
JENNINGS BRO'S '
JOHN JJBNKIN8, ' -
W. H. WILLIAMB,
L. 0. PUNNINfl, :-M:
OHA8. 8. WILLARDX
W. P. BINGHAM As CO.,
CHAB. 0. PRRNOH.,
0. A. DIOKWNBBIf,'
S. H. BA80OM c CO., .,
THEO. B. PIOKBRINO, - Kalaawsoo,- ' 'Mich.
M. 8. BMITH.
A.B.VAOOTT, :m. ,
JOHN BLKIN8, .,, . , ,
H. N. 8BERMAN,
8. O.BPATJLDINO, . -, ..
W. A. GILEB, "
REINEMAN Sc MITSAlfr.
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN.
OEO. W.BTBIS, uw ' r
GEO. B.TIT08. "n ui
Kaclne, .. (
I , I. 'w -
j , ..
HBOKMAN At YOHl.- " "
I. J. LA80ELLB, , :
BAM'L G ARM AN,
J. J. BLAIR,
OPA W U.1ITf 1
1 Alleotowo, '
T . WeetckeaW, -
,t . WilUamspoit,
w w.j Cheeter,
unvr we snuuAUUSti
-j'.lClanoaitar O i
f. P. HELLER,
W. AUOHIKBAnOH, -'
8 TrBOVrMAN, f.'i
J,0. BANNA. , h I'u.-i..
0. T.ROBEHIS, !'r- ,
J. O. DOLON, . (i
0HA8. L. PIBIIER,
B.M.Bt. OLAIS, -R.
Sc A. PETKB80N,
W. T. H.AJ8 -BNOOH
f . BILLS,
HENRY B. JAMES,
T, B LITTLB, ,
CARBON Jt BRANNON,
TH08. GOWDIY, .. V,:
A. WS PYLB, r
SIMPSON As PRIOlo ., ,
J. A A.GARDNER " '
W.O.DEfRIBZ. . ,
MAURICE rfHKNRY, . ,.
J T. BCOTTfcCO-,
T. B. HUMPHREYS, .' ,
B. A. VOGLER, " !
f. W. LELNBEOK,
J. W. MONTGOMERY, '
8. OHILDB, ' si.
B.D.TIBDALB, ., .
ALBERT PITTS, !
f. W. MAOOMBKR,
J.J BURNS, - ' 0
JI8BB SMITH, i tr
8. N. STORY, :
ANDREW WABBIN, ..
AMOS SANBORN' " "
JOHN BABTON, : "
JOHN MoGRBGOB, '
W. M. BOOT. .' i.
JOHN B. SCOTT,
; - Greeaeburav i, :-:
il'ii NweaU,i)ii I r '
,- MahCooak,) ,."
Athland, - i
Bcranton, ' "
Patenon, N. J.
... Cumberland, Md
" Pnlaakl, Tenn.
!V" . Naahvill. " "
... Springfield, .
OUrkTill, , ' .
Savannah -.' ' G.
tt. Louu ,. : ; Mo.
'-tj 1 ' -
(i J - ,y. ,,,,!
' Wheeling. '. Va.'
; '" Richmond,';. "" '
;. Balem.. ,..' N. 0.
' ' Newberry, ; 8. 0.
' !. Northamoton, Ma.,
t NcwBwdford, " :
ji; r: . ,-. ...
' t Taunton,: i
v . ; . . u .... i. ...
, WalOum, ; .
v Lawreno '
- Oreenfleid,'1 ' 1
; Sprlnrtteld, -Prorldence,
L.D.ANTHONY A 00
THOMAB STBBLB It CO.,
HEMINGWAY St BTBVXN1,
WM. ROGBR8 It SON, . .-. ,
0. J.MDNBON, L , . t'i.C wi
J. B. KIBBY i ,1 --,r
GB0R8B BROWN, ' ..:,-'
B. 8. HUNTINGTON St CO.,
B. A. WOODFORD,
H. D. HALL.
nnr an itiunTft
i '. , . ' , .
JOHN L. SMITH, -JOHN
J. 0. BLAOKMAN,
L. B.H ANDERSON, ,
B. KNIGHT. . ,
. watarbury, "
Banborntoa, - - N. Hi'
.. Conoord, aj.
N. G. OARR, '-' ' '
GBO. W. DRBW CO.,
8. J. MELT'ISH,
W. 0. 0. WOODBURY, .
WM. B. MORRILL, ; ,
Olarsmont, . " ..
Bxeter, , ..
, LsaonU, ... ,
N. W. GODDARD,
OBAS. B. BACON,
F. M. HARDIBON,
TWOMBLY St SMITH,
M08B8 M. BWAN,
J. A. MERRILL
JAMES BMERY, ,
ROBERT N. RODGB. .
J. T. ROWLAND,
TOMPKINS fc MORRIS,
' ' '' '
; H . ..
' Augusta; ''
PorUmoutb',' , ".
- Gardiner, . . I
Hoaitoo, " -i-' . '
Lowlatoa, '. j ,
Bradford, .. . - ,
U. U. WILblASLB,
0. 8. A G. L. ROGIRB, i
D. 1. LUCY,
D. G. HALL,
BRIN8MAID t HILDRITH,
T. 0. PHINNBY,
A. A. MB AD. l.V-.f?
Woodatook, . . ..
St. Johcabury, . ,
J. 0. BATES, ' 't!l-lv,.i.
J.H. MURDOOK, , JCu.1
0. 0. OHILDB.
0. H. HUNTINGTON IP. V
FOSTER GROW. Ohelaea,
W K. WALLACE, Newbury, . "r-r
LEANDBB AMADON, Bellows Fall, M
0. 8. JENNINGS, s, thMsw Orleans,-, La. t
B. OOCKRBLL, 'Watchei, "" "l MtoS. '
A. N. HALL, ' !' I vtl ' Vllford, .'' ' Dl. '
ROBBRT WILKXRy i .V-'iMt Toronto, '; Oi W. '
OaoiwEAs cur Watch to row vlyoounte
feUed by foreign auaufaetarera, w have to inform th
pabllc that ne watch I of war r&uetlon Which Is pa?
emnpanlel by ewtUteaW ef leeBlBenees, bearing th
number of' th watch, snd Signed by our Trcaiiurer, S-
B. BobMns, of by our pr4Jors, Appleton, Tracy t
0i . i:. ,n ;.'Tr .'j .?-
As the Witches Sn for sail by wlen generally
thrsughont the Union, the AaMrioan Watch. Company
a not solicit Orders for slngl watch. ' .
t'a V1 'EOBBTJfS At APTtiTOir. .'
j , I wnsmair agsasn. cw swwawwcf . a .
HOW LOST, BOW BJtSTOBKD.
-JTTST PUBLISHED. ON THB. NATtJRB, TRBA
MENT AND RADICAL CURB Of SPERMATORRHEA
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervou,nesi,Ia .
voluntary Kmlisioui and Impotency, reinlting from , . '
Belf abnie, fco. By Robt. J. Oulverwell, M. D. Bent
unaeraeaLina plain envoiope, w aunrei,iini
paid, on . receipt of two itampi, by l)r. OUAB. J.o .
nuini, rti jiowery, new iu wivuiw w
fflOFFAT'8 IiIF PILIiSe
In all ease of eostlreaeM, dy ipepila, billion and livar
affection!, piles, rheumatlim, fevers and ague, obatl '
nat head ache, and all general derangement of health
mes Fllli hav Invariably proved a certain and ipdy
remedy. A single trial will place th Life Pills beyond
th reach qfoompetltlon In th Mttmatloa of vry pa
tlent. Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitten will bs found equally ef
ftoaoloui In alloaaee of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
Bche,th sickness Incident to female Indelloat heallh,
and every kind of weakness of th dlgeetlr organ,
for sal by Dr. W. B. MOTPAT, 335, Broadway, N. T. .
and by all DraggUt. ' maySS-dcwl
The following ii an extract from a
letter written by the Rer. J. 8. Holme, paiter ot th
Ftorrcpolnt-Btrcet Baptlit Church, Brooklyn, N. T., to '
the "Journal and Metaenger," Cincinnati, 0.,and ipeak
volume! In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mas .
Winnow' goomiM SvRPr roa 0mi4amt Immi
"We at an adrartliment In vour eolnmna ofltaa
Wiratow'i SooTHtN Bvnur. Now wa never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our life, butw
feel compelled to say to your readen that thlslano hum
bug WI RAVI TRIIO IT, AMD ITOW IT TO AU, IT
OLAWa. It la probably one of the moat lucceuful medi
cine of the day, became It la on of the belt. And thos
or your readen who bare bablei can't do better than
lay ina mpply," ocSTJydAw '
For all THROAT Md
COUGH, and tvery
Complaint the foreran
ner of, and even actual
Tho Great NEURAL
l(lHMini:i)Y and Nat.
ural OPIATE, adapted
to every specie of Ner
von Complaints, Bier- .
woua and Chronie
Msm, Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Loss of
Sleep, and Bowel Com
t-: . ; ...
! ' i ?
No real juitlce can be don th abov preparations -but
by procurlopt and reading descrlptire pampbletct V
be found with all dealera, or will be aent by Proprietor
on demand.. Formula and Trial Bottles sent to Phyii
ciani, who will find development In both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Oormpondenoe solicited from all who neeeealtie or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Rem
For al by th mual wholeiale and retail dealer '
JOHN L. HUNNEWELL, Proprleto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Kais.
Roberts A Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook, J.
Denlg, 0. Denis St Boni, A. J . 8chullr t Bon, Aeentl
for Oolnmbus, Ohio.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and Amerioa."
YjNEW YORfct, BOSTON AND GALWAY. '
i Th following new and magnificent flnt-clasj paddle
wheel Bteamsblp compos th abov line:
ADRIATIC 3,888 tons burthen, Capt, j. Hadbv
" (Formerly of the Collins Lin;) , . ,
BIBE RNI I, 4,400 tons burthen, Capt, If. Paowaw.
COLUMBIA, 4,4(10 " - " B. LirroB.
ANGLIA. ' 4,4110 " " " " NicsouoK.
PAOIrlO, 8.0U0 - " I, Sunn.
PniNOB ALBERT, (Screw.)
On of tha above ahlpi will leave New York or Boilon
alternately every Tueaday fortnight, for Oalway, ear
ryiD th government malli, touching at St. John,
. Th Slevnen of this line har been contracted with
th greateit care, under th luperrUlon of the govern
ment, have water-tight compartment, and are unexcel
led foroomfort, safety and apeed by any i teamen afloat.
They are commanded by able and experienced offlcen,
and every exertion will be mad to promote the otsrfort
An experienced Surgeon attached to each ahlp.
i HATES OF PASSAGE.
Fint-clai, N. Y, or Boiton to Oalway or Liverpool 100
Swnnrt-cUu. " -75
Flnt-claaa, '"' ' ' to St John' - - 'JS
Thlrd-olaaa, . " " to Oslway or LlrarpooU
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - 90
Third-clan paaaengen are liberally lupplled with pro
vision of the beit quality,. cooked and served by th ear- ,
rant of the Company. .
Parties within to send for their friend from the old
oountry can obtain ticket! from any town on a railway, la
Ireland, or from the principal oltie of Jf ngland and Scot
land, at very low rates.
Paaaengen for New York, arriving by th Boiton,.
Steamer,, will be forwarded to New York free of chart,.
For paiaage or further information, apply to
Wa. U. WIOKBAH, .
At the office of the Company, on th wharf, fool of
Oanal itreet. New York.
HOW LAND As A8PINWALL, Agents.
CAHADIAN ft UNITED STATES KAIL
TO AND ft HO III
h Liverpool, 'Montreal, Quebec,
: NJnXKT YORK.
Tha Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's flnt-em
full-powered Clyde-built B teamen tall every Rata
at from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
I State! Halt and panengers,
. NORWEGIAN, NORTH AKBRIOAN,
1 BOHEMIAN, " ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
' CANADIAN, NOVABOOTLAN.
Shortest, Cheapest and Quickest Con
AKXBIC& TO ALL FASTS OT ZUSOPI. '
- Rates of X'aofwvRo to Xtarope, ', ' -'
$30, SQQ. $SO.
Will salt from LIYBRPOOL every Wednes4ay-, .
and from QUBBKO every Saturday , calling at
LONDONDKKRY, to ncelv on board and land Haiti and
Paaaengen, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
KyTheae Steamen are built of Iron, In water-tight
compartment!, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and,
very attention la paid to th comfort and accommodsr
tlon of pisaengen. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON
DBRY, the gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
1 avoided. ''
Glaigow panengtrs are furnlehed with nta paawags
ticket to and from Londonderry. , - .,
. Return ticket granted at reduced rates. ' -
Certificates lamed for carrying to and bringing cat pa
nngen from all th prlnolpal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at redooed rate, by thi line of tamn, and ,.. .
by th WASHINGTON LINB OF BAILING PAOKBTBln.
leaving Llvarpool every week.
Sight Drafts far t and upwards 7-.
- able In Knarland, Ireliaad, Hui-
. , land r walei. .
Tor panageV apply at th Offic. 83 BROAD' . I
WAY, New Vara, ana 10 WaTKH ST.,
Aityerpaal, . , ..'.. , ;., .:t i
. BABEL as 8IASLB, Osnsral i gents, ,u .
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG. ' '
nolO-lydkw BUtouxiao Offlo Oolumbnt, Ohio ' 1 f
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REMOVES AND PHE VENTS' Ilfi'u
flammation and pain, and heals the wont sane, r
oald, brniae, cut, or freah wound of any kind, srevtsts ,
welling and pain from be stings, mosquito bites, and
potaonotu plant, neuralgia, rheumatlim, sgu In lb
braaat, aalt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will n
podtively ear croup In children, and givM lamdlw
relief in th wont cast of tb.ii varrlbl oomplalntl alaa,
removes hoarsenei and aor throsU Prloa, IS cast a
bottle. Should be In every hone. or sale by Drag- A f
(Uts and Storekcepen. ' TRVIN 8TONB, - '
' I Sole Proprietor, Vo. lBprso si., New York' ' I
ABVBRTISMUINT. ' ' '
For ths INSTANT RBL1BI 1
and PIRMANINT COBB of Ih "
diitrasilng omplslat as ' t
EHDTIS i v; I yltfXt
Had by 0. B. BBYHOUB CO., 107 Naaaa St., K. T. '
i i-no i per box) lent fra by post. ',
'BOB BALI AT ALL DRDOfllSTB.. .
GENTS PAPEH .
,'Neck Ties... ...
Handsoms and ecoaOBloal
Silk Ties,. .
. Bhiris, . ,
: A,iaen Collars, ' ,
! Halt llose. -
aprW ;r , v, .i i , o K. Bouth High itree.
TITAN T E I.-A flKKTI TO
packARea of STATION BRV and
JIWKLBY, at "i
price on-Uilrd lei than tan be pnrcliaaed liewher I a
ballonorsddrM(itainR aocloaedj i
M Court St-,B(B, 1M
inarch 8:djm.; I l5eb