on Uu dot Bpwtoa
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1861.
The Points of Concentration of Troops.
mi. ... itnrraeot two poiuUIn vbecoOntrY
oa which pVWi attention la anxiously fixed,
because tbe Federal Uovernmeni ami u
.lonlsts .re rapidly wneeokrettag troops and mu
ui. r at or near tboae points.
The flret of theiei poluh.; nd the one ?bre
tbe military preparation, are the mosK forml
. :. .'i..:...iruinl Ita envlrbpa. In
dabie, !. vyasuiugvuM"' -
. ' .,...1 a nn.nolla. Baltimore, Har
. . extendioe a. iar
per', terry, alio oiu----'-- 7.,
iaWoik and Tticbmond.
While the Federal Goremment 1. concentrat
lag troop, and etrengtbe.l.g its poa.tiona In
wlbingto- City and Maraud, the aaeion
force. appear to be gathering and conwl daUng
:..irmtnUln VirKlnW,'witb a view to
V;r.Bdre..ny In.of hereby the
FVtl troope'. 1 From preeent appearances, a
boatile eucounur Jn tba quarter cannot be long
The other point, which la aiming almost , at
t imnnrtance In the eyes of the people m the
WM. ia Cairo, la Illinois, tSViated t, con
fluence of the Ohio and MiuMppI rWere, where
tbe United States Goyernment has established
i. nopmnDent eamp. ind where U i.
..jn -ftnntrtin(r troops and warlike stores
As an offset to those pVeparations at Cairo, the
.ecesaiUte are eolltotiq,. PS and .taUonlng
them .1 MemphlmreaDee, t Columbus
tod Padncah. In Kentucky, ana at otu-r pU.u
in tbe country oppoitti Cairo. . : ' ; :
At present there doe. not seem to be any Im
mediate danger of an outbreak ta that quarter;
yet these movements eeem to be so connected
with the navigation of laeOhloand Miseis.ippi,
that bloody collisions may suddenly occur. ..
Present Attitude of the Border Slave States.
Virginia, Tennewee and Aikmsaa may now
be added to the seven original seceded States,
making ten in alh ; Forth Carolina may also be
added to the list, a her Legislature ha. passed
an act for a State Convention to be held on the
20th lost , which will doubtless pass an ordinance
of secession. So that the majority of the people
in eleven States may now be regarded a. having
placed themselves ia ap. attitude of .revolution
ary resistance to the authority of the Federal
Government. ' " --' 1 '' "
In regard to the remaining Slave State.,
Delaware will doubtless prove lcyal to the Gov
ernment and tbe Uuioo, and we hope and be
lieve that a decided majority ol tbe people ol
Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri will also
stand by the Union. In each of them there 1. a
strong Union, sentiment, which we think will
prevent their" secession, and cause them 'to
maintain, as far as poesible, a neutral position
In the cendlne contest between the Federal Gov
mment and the neonle of th States in arms
against ita' authority. ' . .. . M 1 1
In relation to Western Virginia, it may
ba aald that the Union feeling I. strongly
In the ascendency. - Fourteen conntiw In that
region have already appointed delegate, to
Union Convention which 1. to meet in Wheel
. : m.u next, tbe 13th lnat. We cannot
Aug VM j
bat cherish the hope that the majority of tbe peo
pie in Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri ana weet
. ern Virginia will. prove loyal to the Constltn
tion and tbe Union.
The Seventh Regiment ol Ohio Volunteers
was organiied at Camp Taylor, near Cleveland.
Senator Gasruu) had aome military asplra
tioos, and it was thought that, by combining
certain companies In that Regiment, he might be
made Colonel. When the time came for the
election of Regimental officers E. B. Ttlx was
unanimously elected; the Kcgimens navmg
decided to vote for no man who was not npon the
roll as a member of it. For Informality,
the election was set aside, and the Regiment
ordered to Camp Jacesoh. and from thence to
Camp Dmmsoh. It was quartered here on Son.
djy night last, and went down to Camp Dmnisoji
on Monday morning. While here, Senators
Monao. and GmiiLD were very . attentive to
the command, and did the agreeable to the
men In Camp Jackson,' on Sunday evening.
Since the arrival of the Regiment at Camp
Dsnnison, it has held another election , which
resulted as follows: E. B. TrLia, 580; J. A.
GaaniLr4243. Thus the Portage Senator was
defeated a second time. We advise Mr. Gaa
field to volunteer and enter the rank, with the
boys, and take his chance for promotion, j It is
impossible for all to carry swords who are anxi
ous to do so. but there will be abundant op
portunity lor men of capac Ity to advance from
the ranks. Go in, Senator, ,: ,
Hunt Down the Thieves.
The contradors for supplying armies with prorUlont
and clothing bays aUrtyt ei Uio pet at tht Price.
WiimiwToei and Jiomok wr mom perplexed, dis
heartened and exasperated, by the thieving propeneltles
of eontractori than bytho operatlooa of boetlla forces.
The flower of the Bnglieh array periihed in the Crimea
through tbe negligence of eonlraetors, tbe incapacity of
officers, and the Inadequacy of tbe tyitem known aa
rtdtapitm-ot providing for troops. It was to have
h. tht tha eantnoton Would bare a rich
h arrest In tbe harry and oonfaiioo of organising the
volunteer amy for the support of the OYenment.
This expectation has not been disappointed. There baa
been extmaiva swindling. We are now through the
want of the creliminariea. Henoeforth there will be
time and opportunity to look sharply after the thieves.
Let them bo hunted down, exposed and punlahed.
- We find the above in the Cincinnati Commtr
elal of yesterday, - A. the editors ef that paper
are very knowing persons, it is to be presumed
they understand what they are talking about
We beg leave to suggest, however, that the
Commercial , should . specifically ,, name . Vie
"thieve.," and thus relieve honest men, few
though they be, who may happen to bare obtained
contract, connected With the feeding and
equipment of the Ohio Volunteers. The eon
tractor, are certainly not ail thieves; at least
' ST It Is estimated that in the North western
State, alone, nearly , three, hundred thousand
volunteers have tendered their service, to the
Government under the oil of tbe President of
the 15th April."' Of tfalaf Immense number, but
a limited portion could be ' accepted under the
call. The fact, however, le suggestive of tbe
ardent attachment of tbe people of Abe North
west tethe Federal Union, and their determine
tion to maintain the Integrity of ,the Govern
ment and protect the Constitution
DTTbe attentl on of our readers is called to
the advertisement 7 of ' Commissary , General
Bdckinoham, to be found in our oolnmna to-day
We also dlfect the attention of our exchangee,
to it, sine, the "Notice to All Concerned" haa
most probably relation to incipient transactions
connected with organizing volunteers in almost
erery locality ! the State.
pWe leari from the PhlladelpblPss of
Thureday, that the First and Seoood TlegimenU
of Ohio Volunteer, were Seated vert shabbily
U thai city on theOi bp tan, febterjpg Fblle
delphla, they were taken to a place in the suburbs
known as Suffolk Park, where, without accom
modations,' and the rain falling heavily, they
were left without food, although they had bad
none (rom morning, "until wagon, were sent to
the city for provisions, dependent upon tbe hospi
tality of those resident In tbe neighbor nooa."
Tbe Pre$ oommenU with severity on tbe treat'
ment of oar volunteers, which It charges to the
"neglect and Inconside ration 'of those who are
entrusted by tbe Government with their com
fort.'' Tbe cause, for such complaint, ought to
be removed by tbe prompt discharge of those
officer, who neglect their duty.
Circular to Collectors of Customs in the
North Western States.
e following document was received at the
office of tbe Surveyor of Customs In this city,
TREASURY, DEPARTMENT, May 2d, 1861.
" On the 19th of April, 1861, the President of
the United States by proclamation declared the
norta of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ala
bama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, under
blockade: and on the 27th of tbe same month,
by another proclamation declared the ports of
Virginia and North Carolina also under block
ade, since which proclamation this Department
haa received reliable information that attempts
are irequentlv made to furnish arms, munitions
of war, provisions and other supplies to per
sons and earlier in loose States in open iusur
rection against the Constitutional authorities of
tbe Union, i '
It become, my duty, therefore, to Instruct
you to cause a careful examination to be made
oi tbe manifest, of all .team or other vessels,
departing from your port, with cargoes whose
ultimate destination yon bave satisfactory rea
.onto believe is under tbe control of snob in
surrectional parties, and to compare tbe same
with thecareo on board; and if any moh mani
fest be found to embrace any artiolea of the
description before mentioned, or any such ar
ticles be found to constitute part of the cargo,
you will take all necessary aad proper measures
to prevent the departure of tbe vessel, and to
detain the same in your custody until all such
articles be removed therefrom, and for further
nroceedinirs according to law. ' '
You will also make a careful examination of
all flat boats and other water craft without
manifeet, and of railroad cars and other vehicles
arrivine at or leaving your port, laden with
merchandise the ultimate destination of which
yon bave good reason to believe is lor any port
or place under insurrectionary control; ana u
arms, munition, of war, provisions, or other
supplies are iound having such destination, yon
will seize and detain tbe same ' to await the
proper legal proceedirgs for confiscation or lor
In carrying out these instructions, you will
bear in mind that all persons or parties in armed
insurrection against tbe Union, however such
person, or parties mav be organized or named,
are engaged in levying war against tbe United
States, and that all persona lurmahmg to such
insurgent, arms, munitiona of war, provisions,
or other supplies, are giving tbem aid and com
fort, and so guilty of treason within the terms
of the second seotion of the third article of the
Constitution; and you will therefore oso your
utmost vigilance and endeavor, to prevent the
prohibited shipment., and ta deteot and bring to
punishment all who are in any way concerned
in furnishing to such insurgents any of the arti
cles aboved described.
iYou will, however, on tbe other hand, be
eareful not to interrupt, vexatiousiy or beyond
necessity, by unwarranted or protracted deten
tions and examinations, tbe regular and lawtui
commerce of your port. . -
Yon will report forthwith whether any, and
if anv, what additional measures may be neces
sary in your judgment; to carry into full effeot
the foregoing direction.; and you will report to
thi. Department from time to time your action
under mete instructions.
S. P. CHASE,
Secretary of the Treasury.
SURVEYOR OF CUSTOMS, Cincinnati O.
The Action of Tennessee.
In addition to tha act of the General Assem
bly of the State of Tennessee, seceding from the
Federal Union, subject, however, to the ratifica
tion by a rote of the people of the State, to be
taken at an election to be held' on the 8ih of
Jnne, the following temporary Convention and
Military League haa been entered into between
that State and the Confederate (States:
oowviNTioii iitwim thi svan or TKNinssxi
AND THE CONRDUATI BTaTIS OV AMMICA.
The State of Tennessee, looking to a speedy
admission into tbe Confederacy established by
tbe Confederate States of America, in accord
ance with the Constitution for the provisional
Government of said States, enter, into tbe fol
lowing temporary Convention, Agreement and
Military League, with tbe ionrederate estates,
for the purpose of meeting pressing ezigenciea
affecting the common rights, interests and safe
ty of aaid States, and said Confederacy.
tiRST until the saw state anaii Become a
member of said Confederacy, according to the
Constitution of both powers, the whole military
force and military operationa, offensive and de
fensive, of said State, in the impending conflict
with the United States, shall be nnder the chief
control and direction of the Freaident of tbe
Confederate States, npon the same basis, prin
ciples and footing aa if said State were now, and
during: tbe interval, a memDer ot .aid uonieae-
raey; said force, together with that of the Con
federate States, to be employed lor tne common
defence. . ., ...... . r - . -,
Second The State of Tennessee will, upon
becoming a member of .aid. Confederacy nnder
the permanent Constitution of aaid Confederate
States, if tbe aame shall occur, tarn over to
said Confederate States all the public property
acquired from tbe United States, on the same
terms, and in the aame' maaner. aa the other
States of aaid Confederacy have, done in like
Third Whatever expenditure, of money, if
any, tbe aaid State of Tennessee .ball make be-
lore abe become a member ot laid uwrederacf .
ahall be met and provided for by tbe Confeder
ate States. i .-. i . i i
This Convention, entered into and agreed In
the city of Nashville, Tennessee on the sev
enth day of May, A. D., 1861, by Henry W.
Milliard, tbe duly authorized commissioner to
act in tbe matter of tbe Confederate States, and
Gnatsvus A. Henry, Archibald O. W. Tot ten,
and Washington Barrow, Commissioners duly
authorized to act in like manner for the State
of Tennessee the whole subject to the approv
al and ratification of tbe proper authoritie. of
both Government, reepectlvely.rr' . - '
In testimony whereof tbe . parties aloresaid
have herewith aet their hands and aeala, the
HENRY W. HILLIARD,
Commissioners the Confederate States of American.
GUSTAVUS A. HENRY,
A. O. W. TOTTEN
Commis sioners on Tennessee
Speculating on the War.
i - v i 1 eawaw-sawav a. , , ., r CT - -
Some of the Pennsylvania papers are already
hinting that partiea in that State, who affect
an extraordinary patriotism, and are rampant
for war, hare only in view the "pickings and
stealings." The Harrisburg Union thus ex
presses itself i "i ,,- 'I ', -;..'' 1 .!. -:.
' "Within a day or two revelation of ah as
toucding nature have been made, which goto
show that unprincipled men are turning the
whole affair into a grand speculation, and a leg
islative Investigation is freely talked of. We
are told that tbe contractors who are now en
gaged in Philadelphia In getting up clothing for
the army have turned the whole operation into
a grand speculation, and are making a nice
thing of it. It la aald that they charge tbe State
for each military coat made $2 25, while tbey
pay tbe women who do the work only aeventy
cents. Hundreda or women who are wealthy,
bave volunteered to mace np these garments
without pay, and yet for every one that is turned
In tomtladf receives two dollars and twenty-five
cents. Tne same may do aaia ot ei-rjinio.
else, even tha manufacture of shirts. Mater
la purchased at it certain price, and bill, with
certain percentage added ere rendered, which I
percent, go m oi coorn rooocu dt oomeoauy.
of a large quantity of cloth by making out one
or tnese oiiia. out oeiutt bonosaDie men, they re
fused to become accessories to. snob, dishonora
ble proceedings, and lost the sale of their Jner-
The 7Vium relates, edl
um relates, editorially, a thrilling
incident or the recent expedition of tbe Alasea
chusetts soldiers from Anuapolls to Washington
coming upon a preas m tne -railway iraoK. mey
discovered one or the rails to be mlsslnc. Un
der these debilitating circumstances, "a Massa
chusetts man rose to tbe emergency. "With
eye. sharpened by use he surveyed the ground,
considered probabilities, and welched chances.
Then, with an instinct a. unerring aa that of
an Indian wno reads In the. turning ot-a leal
the passage of a foe, he made his way to a
dap stream, at some distance, examined lie
banks, and etripped- Three tlmea he plunged
to tbe bottom, and the third time brought up
the missing rail." . We want that soldier's
name.- A human being capable of 'the degree
of sub-aqueous bulging Implied by that Titanic
achievement deserves particular and honorable
mention. JV. Y. World.
IN SENATE. THURSDAY, May 9, 1861.
Mr. SCHLEICH, from tbe eelect committee
to whom it waa referred, reported back H. B
501 Relating to the Volunteer Militia, being
the Staff Officer bill, with two amendments, and
recommended Its passage. , x
The amendmenta restore the rank of Division
Judge Advocate to Colonel, and replaqo tbe
Medical Director with rank ot Lieutenant Co
lonel, which waa atrnck out of the bill by tbe
Hor-e. . , , . . i
ft . SCHLEICH said the Major General Bays
that tbe Medical Direotor is as necesssry as the
bead of the Engineering Corps. ' ' s -'
The amendments were agreed to, and the bill
was passed, under a suspension, of tbe rules-
yeas 25, nays 0. . . ,
Mt. SCHLEICH, from the same committee,
recommended the concurrence of the Senate
in House amendments to the Seven Regiment
There was a large discussion as to what the
bill really provides, and a motion, to refer tbe
bill, with pending amendmenta, to the Judiciary
committee, Dually prevailed.
Mr. FERGUSON, from a select committee,
reported back H. B. 457 Concerning the pur
chase by the State of Swan & Critcbbeld's
Statutes, recommending the passage of the
The Question recurring? uoon tbe third read
log of tbe bill, it was not agreed to yeas 12,
Those who voted In the affirmative wore
Messrs. Breck, Collins, Cummins, Eason, Fer
eueon. Foster, Harrison. Holmes, Monroe
Morse. Orr and Parish 12. - .
Those who voted in the negative were Messrs.
Brewer. Bonar. GlafS,' Harsh, Jones, Laskey,
McCall, Moore, Wewmao, ferrill. fotts, rot-
in. Readv. Schleicb. Smith, Spraeoe and
Mr. GARFIELD said, that in order to ac
commodate aome of tbe absent friends of the
measure, not because he was at all in favor of
it, he would move to reconsider the vote by
which the bill to purchase Swan and Critch
field's Statutes was loet, aud that tbe motion be
laid on tbe table. . ..
Mr. HARRISON . s.ud of the bill that the
prevalent spirit ia "millions for defense, but not
one cent for statutes." .
Tbe motion to reconsider prevailed, and tbe
bill waa laid on tbe table yeas lb, naya l
Tbe President announced his Intention to sign
the bill to leaee tbe public worka.
Tbe question was raised w hewer it had Deen
read a third time. . .
Br reference to the journal, it waa shown
there waa no evidence that the mil was read
Mr. JONES moved that the journal be cor
rected, in order to show that the bill had been
read a third time.
Mr. GARFIELD aaid the Clark Informed bim
that the bill had not been read a third time.
The Chief Clerk waa absent on the aick list at
the time of the passage of the bill.
Mr. HARRISON wanted to know how he
would make tbe journal ahow it had been read
a third time, when it had not.
Mr. PERRILL aald the bill bad been read
twice before it went to the committee of the
Whole, where It was read twice.
Mr. HARRISON asked if tbe reading of a
bill before tbe Judiciary committee would be
considered aa a reading of the bill.
Tbe motion to correct tbe journaPwas agreed
Mr J JONES, from the Judiciary committee,
reported back H. B. No. 377 Amending tbe
Road and Highway law, recommending ita pas
sage. ' Bill read a third time and passed. It
amends the section concerning tbe election of
Mr. GARFIELD, from tbe committee on
Universities and Colleges, reported back the
memorial from the Ohio University concerning
certain lands and recommended the appointment
of a committee to examine and report upon tbe
premises. The memorial and report were taD-
Adjourned. . ,,.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
THURSDAY, May 9, 1861.
' The House resumed the consideration of -H.
B. 506 Relative to artiolea contraband of war.
Tbe amendment, of Mr. Krnm and Mr; Da
wis were adopted.- ' - '" ' '- .
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, offsred an amend
ment, providing that tbe penalty for resisting
the inspector, in the discbarge of their duties,
be limited to six montna impriaonmenr. wnicn
waa agreed to. '"'- ' '
Mr. PARSONS offered an amend ment pro.
vidino: that no private residence of a citizen
ahall be aearched. unless upon an affidavit de
aoribipg tbe place to be searched, and the ar
ticle proposed to De aougui wnicn was ngretu
tO. i .... ., .' . ' .1 i.
Mr. HILLS moved to amend by providing
that iospeotora aball give bond in Siu.uuu
Mr. PARSONS moved to amend by fixing tbe
bond at $5,UUU, whlob waa agreed to, when
"The amendment of Mr. HILLS waa agreed
' Tha amendment, reported by the committee
were agreed to t -,. . i .... y , ... i-
Mr. FLAGU offered an amendment changing
the phraseology, so as to prevent delays in tbe
re-delivery of property, which was agreed to. ;
Also, one providing that any goods seized
shall be surrendered on a proper demand from
United! States officer, duly authorized, which
waa aereed to. -
Mr, SCOTT, of Warren, moved an amend
ment applying to goods shipped, or to he snip
ped from thia State, which waa adopted. -.
Mr. DEVORE offered an amendment provi
ding for the sale of the perishable articles,
which was agreed to. -.
Mr. CONVERSE moved to amend by making
the sheriff or bis deputy of tbe proper county
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, offered an amend
ment providing: that, in case of resistance,
tbe inspector shall bare authority to call out
tbe power of the county, wnicn was agreea to.
The amendment of Mr. Converse was dlsa
greed to yeaa 26, beysSQ.." r. ' :
... Mr. CONVERSE moved to amend by provi.
ding that the inspector aball be appointed by the
county commissioners on notiiioatlon by the
Governor, which ; was disagreed to yeaa 23,
nays 52. -
- Mr. FLAGG moved to ameDd by authorizing
the Governor to remove', the Tn-pector, which
was agreed to. . .. :,..'.' ', ' rV
Tbe bill waa then read a third time and pass
ed yeas 83, nays 1.-''
- Mr. CHASE presented the memorial of Mr.
Vogelsang and others, of Stark county, against
the further immigration of colored people '
McMoCUNE made the following .report,
which waa ordered to be published in theoffioial
report Of the House?". ;'.''.
XDe, Delect eommu'ee, appointed . uuuur
House resolution No. 286, by Mr. Stout, to In
vestigate the charge alleged against Dr. Kin
sell, Pbysloian of tbe Ohio Penitentiary, of bav
ins' reoeived money for certifying falsely aa to
the health of prisoners, with a view to aeenre
their paruVn,. bave attended' to thi duty as-
stgned to,wem, ana ovg leave to reports
That they have examined, under oath, the
lunuwiug pnrssna J jonn a fi -r
SfcfKLjT: fonklM'fnlr,Vf 'TV'S?-
IVX" t'7?iSj S'MT.Lrii
u. .u nuaie, vr. Iiowora, emu mrp. .uuj, i
wim wuavever tacts or iunpiuiuue niigut exist iu
.j .u. .u . I
vmi, uiu uut un imiuuHW imvui; w w, -
Bnd any evidence to oonvict Dr. Klnsell of crim-
ii.-' . u.-i h-m
maiuj or even impropneiy, uui mey uiiu iroiuir
thettlmon,of..VHry wltneea, that
charges reported against him, and from any
.ii T. r i jiu .kil
eonduct. The eommittee full? acault him of
evr .Ka.ln. nf nnmnllnltw .Ith an nnrrant
nnnilllof nh.to... In (ha naaA. nA .air that thla
' ""' ' 1 " ' I
anrt In tn ,h. .nnn.oj m.. ha nnh- I
irswlththad Mv'neld n, of thi. Ho'u;;.
loutu Wlbu Uie UM1IJ unKVDUIUHB VI kill, Mvunv) I
and that the committee be discharged from tho
further consideration of the subieot,
i , ROBERT MoCUNE,
mcrpirnsTik-p I I
VU U , 1 r?n. ' I
ti nr (lint iotci 1 r I
S. nraifi, '' V 1 ' '
The Senate', amendment, to'll. B. BOl-To
provide for certain offioer. in the AoUve Militia
of Ohio-were taken up, when , .
aar . . . I
rar. tiiAUU advocated tbeseamendmenta, aa
imtant to the offlcering of tbe system, I
-fcT-k fir! mIjT! .!r!:'. ' 1
nuiu in uw i ii t'H nir aim iviitliiuui uirauuira
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, said ha had moved
toatrike thia from the bill, when before the
House: but on reflection be waa disDoaed to
support tbe amendment: and he hoped no gen-
tleman in the House would apply for the post of
MAI ABI I . n 1 - - n 1 t. n .111.. nAH.ai. I
for in the bill
Mr. BALDWIN domanded a division of the
question on the several amendmenta, and op
posea that providing for a Medioal Director
nir. mulls said that be had an unpleasant
duty to perform. That bo did not expect to so
aoou see the fulfillment of bis suspicion aroused
ai ineeai manifested on this floor for the ap
pointments provided Iar la thla bill." He had
said and now would repeat, that bad the fra-
mers- OI the UanatUnt nn hipn ahla in have
looked down to this neriod in our hlstorv. thev
would bave added to that clause where no mem I
ber of the Legislature shall be anoointed to anv
office created, or the emolument, ot which are
Increased during bis term aa member, so as to
preciuae tneir anDointmeut to a mutfarv as well
as civu position, created by tboir votes - mis,
said he, Is all I care to sav.
mr. sLusstK favored the amendment pro
viding for tbe Medical Director, on the prinei
pie ot economy, if that alone. Such an officer
could not only make the proper preparations
for aud direct tbe medioal treatment of the
army, but he would save monev for the aervlce.
Mr. DAVI3 said he had onnosed thia office.
but on examining the subject he waa satisfied it
ougnt 10 De provided for, on the principle
that everv imnorfnnt dnrtmnt ahnulil have a
Mr. BALDWIN withdrew his opposition, as
he understood that a petition was now circula
ting in the House, asking that hia friend, Mr.
Scott, of Warren, be appointed that Medical
Director. Ho oould not think of atanding in
the way of a gentleman who bad oppoaed the
measure, and waa now ready to take othco un
Dr. SCOTT said, if a petition was circulation
In tbe House in his behalf, it waa without his
knowledge oy consent, and for tbe satisfaction
of thn rrr,ntlmn f,nm iw.hnnint- h ...
iu ,. n r. k:. ...:. . .'a
.Lin i t : ' a li- .I.
oa.ii, u iuo uicuivai firuinfiuu, anftru uiui iua
position of Medical Director, be would resign,
and he hoped the legal gentlemen in thia House,
who were making efforts to obtain tbe position
of Judge Advocate in the army, would take the
aame position as to appointments made nnder
any law passed by this Ueneral Assembly, lie
knew, there was much eminent talent In both
professions In th House, but be thought it
ought not to be brought into requisition under
any law passed by tbe lEUuence or that talent.
He claimed in a jocose way, that notwithstanding
the legal talent of the House, even of highest
order, tuemedicaitaient bad nothing
1 be debate was continued in thla jocular
way for aome time the to the great amusement
oi the tiouse and lobbies.
This amendment was then adopted yeas 59,
. The second amendment was agreed to yeaa
C6. nava 10.
" B: a 317 To provide for tbe appointment of
autiera and military storekeepers, waa read tbe
first, second, and third times, and parsed yeas
Id, .gays u.
S" B.'314 Making partial appropriations for
the rublio worka waa read tbe first and sec-
ondvtimea, and referred to tbe committee on
The Senate's amendmenta to H. B. 426 Rel
ative to an agent to the World'. Fair, were re
ferred to tbe committee on Agriculture
On motion of Mr. PLANTS, the Senate's
Constitutional amendments, relative to the an.
nuat sessions of the Legislature, were indefi
The House agreed to the Senate's amend
mests to H. B. 495 Relative to Home Guards
in Greene county yess 63, navi 10,
On motion ot Mr. CONVERSE, the House
took np the resolution relative to a recess onto
day till tie 4th of June, with the pending amend
ment to adjourn sine ate on Monday next.
Mr. WOODS moved that tbe House adjourn,
wnicn was uiasgreea to yeas iu, neay 43.
Air. UbVUKt, moved to amend by taking a
recess irom Monday next tin tne 4tn ot June.
Mr. PLANTS said be waa for a (tne die ad
lournment: believing there waa no necessity for
returning. If a recess was taken, the 4tb of
June Is too early to return. He waa for a sine
efts adjournment first, and next a recess from
about Monday till some time In July
Mr. HUGHES supported Mr. Devore's amend
ment as tbe most suitable
Mr. CONVERSE waa in favor ol arecesj to
day aa tbe most proper and suitable.
Mr. fiiAUU reminded tbe House that sever
al billa were now pending that could not be
acted npon if this resolution carried.
Mr. McCUNE moved that the House adjourn,
wnion waa agreed to
FRIDAY, May 10, 1861.
The minutes of yeaterday were read and ap-
Fr.cu. ,. -:w;V. -
Al O' 11 U. aJVU UC11JK tUTJ UIU VJ nUfcUUEICitJi IUS
appointment of Inspectors of gooda to prevent
tne transportation oi ariiciea contraoana oi war
throucb or from Ohio. The bill was read
second time, by title, and relerred to tbe Judi
ciary committee. ,
REPORT FROM A SELECT COMMITTEE.
' Mr. COLLINS, from the Select committee
to whom it was referred, recommended the
passage of S. B. 316 For the further protection
of ducka and geese in certain Lake counties.
Tbe bill waa read a third time and passed
veas 18. navs ti.
Mt.ARISH,from tbe aeoood Committee
uonierence on tne Dira ana game mil, ia . v.
No. 12,) reported in favor of agreeing to aer-
eral House amendments to the bill, and to
amend other amendmenta and that aald amend.
. .. . L-.t-.Y
menta De agreea w oy notn uouses. , .
The material amendment is that no person
shall, without permission, go Into tbe premises
of other partiea to net Virginia partridges
quails. Agreed to yeas i,nays B.
SEVEN REGIMENT BILL.
' Mr JONES. from the Judiciary committee,!
reported back the Seven Regiment Bill, with
amendments, which were agreed to, when tbe
bill as amended was passed. The effect of the
Senate amendment to the bill, as amended by
the House, is to authorize the Governor to supply
any future requisition from the President from
tbe Nine Kegiments musierea into oute service,
OT from organized companies not now assigned
unimmt ' .
Tt ..a p.t.. ' u.
mr. wuuu.u, j
lee, reportea oaCK tneoeuat ivanruau vouiiuii
alonera bill, No. 279 with a reoommendatlon
to strike out all after the enacting clause and
paaa tbe bill. The title waa amended to read
'To nrovlde for reoorta from Railroad Compa
nies." Tbe bill waa read a third time and
passed. . . '
. Mr. GARFIELD, from the select committee
to whom it was referred, reported that a majori
ty af tbe select committee to which was referred
H. B. 493-being a bill to afford relief to tbe
families of volunteers mustered Into the aervlce
of the 8Ute or of the United States beeged
leave to submit a new bill aa a substitute, A
minority of the eommittee prerered the original
mji V".' a's. , i"
fl-veral motions were made, and the Senate
got involved In questions of order, when mo-'
Sob to take a recess prevailed. ; ' ." "-'
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
FRIDAY, May 10, 1861.
Prayer by Revi' Mr. Trimble.
M,. MCUNEniTr.da resolution, wanting
1 1. rfr,,:' Uw.J l 'Mll
o- - f
and tomorrow mornlntr. before meeting Ol
- - T Tl r u.JU.Ia'if u
"OUBB ur "" -r
nnintmanitn tha oltlna nf Sureeon. .
- - - . ;,r .i ..i tha
Hei for the purpose; thi i House having already
furnished It once, when the aerceanta and page.
of the House bad been detailed for ttndanoe
at that time, BUd those 01 the BeOBW
UOW W take their tUm.
mi i i .1 .1
. log rwrnuiiuu wu auuunu.
Mr. STUBB3 offered a joint relutlon pro-
- , . ,, - 1
vlding for a etne die adjournment on Monday
UCAl, wuiuu '-a .am wu - . ' I
senate Bill -ia i o auiuorno a per oeu. m-
terst on contract wan reau tun awvuu uui
, , .1 I.. I1
ana reierrea to tue oommiuBw vu uuautc.
Mr. BURR, from tbe committee on Finance,
reported back H. B. 497-To provide for the
payment of oosw amuagea again., ,no
certain amendmenta, wnicn were agreea ,
1. 1. aa la. II Bar at t an at H am hltn It TTl JB . . I .
.u r " " ;,,
... Mr. JWOM. rom the committ. or Ay tori.
Srnmlir to the WorWaF.lr-with the
pending amendment of the Senate, and reoom- I
mended thai tne nouse oisagreeio we oeuaw .
amendments. . ' :V
Mr. JJA Via moved to lay we aupjoci ou tuw
tame, wnicn waa disagreed to. - me quoeuuu
I.UDU .UlllW WU .CluWUK W U m m w
menta, when they wero disagreed to yeaa , I
nava 14. . . r . I
tw. Mr.ITlMK mAMitlhal tha, wnl lust ta-
.v-ww-. - - ' i ij I
ken be reconsidered, when the motion waa laid
upon tbe table. . '
Mr. CHASE, from the Penitentiary, commit-
taw.. OTn-utd hack the Senate bill lot UM teuet i
or Meeara. Ayrea a uo., ana recommenuea tun.
it Bft naaaed. - i ..
Mr. CONVERSE oppoaed the bill,' aa unfair
toward other contractors. He moved to amend
it to include Samuel Doyle s
Mr. McCUNE did not object to tbe apirit ot
the amendment; but be though, it wouia ae
fflt th hill. ,!:
Mr. DEVORE thought It waa a bad precedent
for the Legislature to interfere with tbe eon
tracta between the State and individuate. Thla
.. n... h. a hard one: but il ia only what is
nwn-rinp with Individuals all over the State.
Mr. HEbtrllUK explained tnai mis iavor waa
in maka eood certain losses arising from a
The Judiolary committee reported bacn tt. .
306 To repeal a certain aot therein named,
when th bill was indenolteiy postponed
Mr. PARSONS moved that the vote just
made be reconsidered. -:i .-; . .:: n
Mr. ANDREWS opposed tbia motion to re
rnnsider. as it was intended to deprive tbe Day
tnn and Michigan Railroad of tbe use of tbe
drawbridge at Toledo, for which they now pay
$6.0UU a yearrent. , . - i; . . i.
Mr. PARSONS did not propose to act npon
th hill now, . . i ' ',. ' . i '
The motion to reconsider was laid upon the
table). -i I ,1
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, from the commit
tee on Public Works, reported back 8. B, 314
D8 appropriations ior repaira oi "tJ
Works, etc., with sundry ameudmeiiU, and
. - ... a a? it k.al.i...
submitted an ODinioa of .the Attorney General
nmn tha Lew stown Reservoir, and matters re-
-i , - . .
"aung to . i uoy nvww. f ;--
majority in iavor oi laying us dui upon
table, and on tbe part ot tbe minority that the
amendmenta and bill be acted npon now.
Th nuestion beinsr noon laving the whole
subject ou the table, it was agreed to yeas 50,
nl35' . ..: . .'ij... a..
The second committee oi conierence upon me
matte- nf difference on S. B. 12 For the pro
tection of Bird, and Game which wa. agreed
to yeas 70, naya 10. ' ,
Mr. DAVIS ob ected. if that were the reason
for tbia bill, let it be put in the form of allow-
aniA tnr namacefl.
The nrevious Question waa demanded ana
. . . . .
anntainpd. when : .
Tbe vole was taken on Mr. Converse'.
mnlmnt. which resulted veas 3C. navs 36.
S. B. 288 r or the reliet ot A. w . jivre. ot
Co., on convict labor waa read a third time,
when it failed to uass yeas z. nays oi. , .
Mr. PARSONS moved to take front tne tame
the Senate JoiU Resolution to take a recess
from May 9 till June 4, and the pending amend
ments, which was aoreed to. ..
Mr. DEVORE renewed bis amendment to
take a recess from Monday next till June 4,
whh'h was airreed to veas 66. navs 14. ,
o . r . - .,- , .
The vote was .then taken on tne amenument
of Mr. DAVIS to adjourn sine die on Monday
next, which was disagreed to yeas 44, naya 37.
- The Question then turned on adopting: tne
resolution as amended, which resulted yeas 64,
The Home then took a recess.
Tiii Lrrrxi Giant Not Douglas, nor Breck
ioridge, nor even "Old Abe," but Janes Pile's
Dietetio Saleratua, that in ita own depattment
possesses more strength and purity than all oi
them. All other kinds are pigmiea to it. De
cot. 345 Waahlneton Street, New York. 8old
bv crocers everywhere.
only three years old, nine hundred miles, and run four
ia. I teen races, and on twelve.
Lor.lrw..br.dbyLordDorohMl.rln 185Ji.lrd by
NOTICE TO AIL C0UCEE5ED.'
nritsnitS HtTHG ACCOTJNTs TO
X aettlewlthtblsdeparlmentfor subsistence furnished
to the troops will be required to preeeutthem with every
Item carefully stated, and the account certified by the
person duly authoritd to make tie contract tot the
aubalatenoe furniihed. The sudden emergency which
has called out the troops, having mad it Impossible
fnmlih auDDliea at onoe through the regular channels,
informal contract have necessarily been made In numer
ous cases where patriotic cltiaens bave promptly stepped
forward to amnme tbe responsibility of guaranteeing
anah contract. Whlla it is Intended t deal fairly and
equitably with all snch cases, It becomes doubly neoes-
ur ia euam affainll uie auowauov ui ioua. nimr
rant and unaulhoriaed account of parties who are wilt
ing to take advantage of the present emergency, to en
rich themselves at tbe expense of the state. .
u. r. DuuarnuuABi
I ... ., Oommlasary General.
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W. B. POTTS & CO.,
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.. , h . finished Brass work or all vescnpuoni. . (
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Electro Plating and, i Gilding!
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and waa sired by old Venison, the winner of th Derby
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- I ""n""T-""
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class, or In 'individual Instances, have been more satis
factory t3 themselves or customers, whether In respect of
durability, beauty of Oolih, mathematically correct pro
portions, acourate compensation and adjustment, or oj
fine time keeping result), than those manufactured by
the Waltham Company.
K. 1. CHITTKNDRK, Cleveland, Ohio.
WW.HLYNN. Oolnmbuj, "
J AUKS J KUSB, , Zaneavllle,
H. JENKIN8 at CO., Clnclrrnali, "
BKQG8 tL SUITII, "
WM. WILSON McQKK W,
DUHMB k. CO.,
La Salle, "
Syracuse, N. T.
, Rochester, '
I, ' tt
Oswego, . "
Batavla, . "
Ameterdsm, ' "
U . ta
Terra Haute, '
laston, , , "
Cheater, . "
Paterson, : N. J.
Bt. Louis Mo.
" M li
Wheeling, . Va.
Salem, N. 0.
Newberry, B. 0.
KINO 4c uROTHKlt,
T. k. E. M. EUWABDB,
JOHN II. MOR&E,
W. U. RICHMOND,
II. D. KAYS.
A. B, GILLKTT,
8. D. LILLEBTON,
W. BHOWN, ,
BABSB k HUL'MAN,
WM. M. MAYO,
A. W. FORD.
WILLARU at IIAWLEY,
A, BURR At CO.
B. ETTKNIIF.IHER A: CO
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
w. w. Hannah,
H. R. At II. O. CARPBNTE
HOPKINS At EVANS, ,
BAIQI1T At LBAOII,
JOHN H. IVEB,
WILLIAMS St CO..
3. V, BENNKT,
A, 8. KTUKrat).
WM. 8. AIOROAN,
BLUU1) St l'UTMAM.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
L. O. DUNNING,
OIIAB. b. WILLARD,
W. P. BINGHAM At CO.,
0FIAB. 0. VRENOH.
C. A. DICKENBEN,
a. II. BASCOM At CO.,
J. M. STANBU.
ADOLPn MYERS, -
1'HBO. F. PIOKERINO,
M. B. SMITH
tl. . BHKKMAN.
W. A. OILKB,
RE1NEMAN At MEYRAN,
GEO. W. STEIN,
GEO- B. TITUS,
UKCKMAN St YOIIK.
OEO. HIEIN, ''
E. J.LABOKLLE, . ,
J. J. BLAIH, .
UBU. w. MoOALLA,
FRAN018 0. POLAOK,
8 T. HOFrMAN.
J. 0, 11ANNA.
0. T. KOIIERTS,
J. 0. DOLON.
OnAS. L. FISHER,
r. m. bt. OLAIit,
R. At A. PETERSON,
DAVID LAVE RACK,
W. T. RAB.
ENOCH F. BILLS,
HENRY H. JAMES,
T. B. LITTLE,
CARBON ft BRANNON,
A. W, PYLE,
8IMPS0N at PRICE,
J. St A.OARDNER
MA0RIOB t HENRY,
J. T. SCOTT fc CO.,
T. Bt HUMPHREYS,
F. W. LKIN1IKCK,
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
BENJ. E. COOK,
DEXTER Ai HA8KIN3,
J.J BURNS, -
T.M.LAMB, . '
B. N. STORY,
ANPREW WARREN, - '
O. W. FOGG,
Amos ban born,
W. M. ROOT.
WM. KIRKtlAM, Jr., -
L.D. ANTHONY It CO.,
THOMAS BTBBLI at CO..'
HEMINGWAY At 8TBVENS,
WM. ROGERS It SON, ,
0. J. MUNSON,
J. B. KIRRY.
E. 8 HUNTINGTON At CO.,
. A. WOODFORD,
H. D. BALL. "
JOHN L. SMITH,
J. 0. BLAOKMAN,
t. R. HANDER80N, '
N. G. OARR,
GEO. W. DREW At CO., ,
B. J. MELLIBn,
YT. O. 0. WOODBURY,
JONATHAN H08MER, '.
N. W. GODDARD, u
OHAS. K. BACON,
?. M. BARDISON,
TWOMBLY Ac SMITH, : "
MOSES U. SWAN. '
J. A MBHRILL
HENRY II. HAM,
ROBERT N. BODGE.
TOMPKINS At MORRIS, "
0; 0, WILLIAMS,
G. 8. At 0. L. KOOERB,
D. X, LUCY,
D. O. BALL,
BBINSMA1D Ac BILDRETH,
0. H. HARDING,
T. 0. PUINNEY,
A, Ai MEAD, J
3. 0. BATES,
J. H. MURDOCH,-
0, Oi OHILDS, . '
0. H. HUNTINGTON, -FOSTER
W. K. WALLACE, - - ,
I ANDES AMADON, " ' '
0. 8. JENNINGS, -' I ,
GREGOR ft CO.. ! ;
Waltham, ' "
Lawrence . "
Providence, K. I.
B . Oreenwlch, 14
New Haven, "
it - at ,
tt " ,t
t i'i . ti . ,
it it .
New London, "
Bridgeport, . "
Banbornton, N. Bi
. Laoonla, ,
Nashua, .' ,
Dover, ' '
,. Bo. Bsrwlck,
Angurtal " ;'
Rockland, ' '
Kradiord, . "
Montoeller, f. "
Wooditock, - - "
Bt. Johoibury, "
Bt. Albans, ,
Newbury, i r i "
Bellows Fslls, "
Nsw Orleans, . Xa;
B. COCKRELL, Nslches, ' Miss.
A, N. HALL, ' ' " ' - ' Mlirord, et.
ROBERT WILKER, Toronto. 0. v7.-
t v.oTioa. as our Watch is now eamnsivaiy cu-ji- , t
felted by foreign manufacturers, w l)av to Inform th' '.;
pnbllo that no watch m 'of our production which Is wnao
companlidbya eertifloaUof treBnnew,hsaglnf the- M
nnmber of the watch, and slgned.by our Treasurer,
-.-.1 I ,--. ;rl - ' .-. ' .'
I, Bobbins, or by our predecessors, Applston, Tracy
CO. ,,.e-1. i- s -r -"
' As these watches art for aal by Jewelsrl tenerally
throughout ths tnlon, the American Watch Oompsnj, , I
do not solicit orders for slafl watohes. . . !t ;, ..,.0 ..-.'),.
! .. ""? BOBBINS fcAPPWTOIf
'- Wholesale Agents, Re. I89 Broadwa 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' "' 'T
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