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ET X. 00WLK3 ft 00, 14 wril sM. m.1II OF DAXLY LUMI rMsil. en rw. 11 IT . 1,91, . U5. tilT. BnOUttlS... s tew rrne,fio cents Mrmootk. MtWMt in Oity, bf (Snw, u Mak Weak. vaaas ov tu-wimxt, Ft Malt, or rwn ... i, . 1.79. Fori ens ttna, H orals per JtWWIBH, III Cltl'J... -1M Ion oom (and extra oopr to getter-op of uo. ,08. Dsslrereti in Oltj r esrrlers Iwxk,! out. TBK9I8 OF WEEKLY, F n. on. ntf- Sl.fls. Waits of ten sod unnli, mrb , , ijt. The pmm of fflnbo will rsortr, srtrm cupiss. gpuovs: A Cln of Tm, a oopy of WfloktT." A Club of Twotr, rPT of Tri-Weeklv. S Hrh V -rr ,T.rl pt-H . royy cf T". Military Matters in Mississippi. II ii useless to eonoeal tlie faot Uat ike . grsatett military setivity it acpareBt, in - Ike Department of General Sntrnian. bnsf statement of tin present pcsiUon will b aeoeptable. All oar cavalry in ': ths region of Corinik dm beea collected at ' Holly Bprisjs. Corinth aad all the region outside of Memphis ii abandoned. This . MTelry foros U to move Soatn along the . line f tnt MiaUeippl Csntrei Biilroad. A eolamm oompoeed of too 16th and 17th Army Corps, txerpt what are need. ed for the defense of Tiokebarg, has al ready set eat toward Jaoksoa. ' A column of infutry will more simultaneously eastward from Ketches. These three will probably unite at Meridian, under Sher- . "smb. This plase if 140 miles from the . : river ea the Mobile and Ohio Kaiiroad. ' Ii li Hi miles from Mobile. Thirty miles rut of Meridian is the Tombigbee, and fifty farther, Sslma. . The ooaoentratioB of these troops at Meridian, would of necessity invoire the occupation of the Tombigbee, the Alabama, . Bad the oity of Selma. We would there fore hare these avenue of approach (o Mobile the two rirers and thoMobileand ' Ohio Railroad. Selma is a thriving town ia Dallas oonnty, Alabama, about seventy miles west of Montgomery, and the South ern terminus of the Alabama and Tennes sea Hirer Railroad. Before the rebellion, It boasted a population of hree thousand souls, bat sinoe the removal of the Confed erate founderies and arsenal from Meri dian, the number has doubtless largely in creased. It is surrounded by a rich and populous district, and has always been the enter of active business. A railroad extinds westward towards Meridian, but on 11 the outbreak of the rebellion there Was a gap of thirty or forty miles unfin ished, which the rebel authorities have sinoe constructed. This will enable Sherman to make either Mobile or Montgomery the objective point. The left flank of Johnston would be turn od by the occupation of Montgomery, Mo bile would fail from sheer neoeaeity, and the rebel forces be driven into iaslorn Georgia and South Carolina. General Garfield's Speech. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.] WASHINGTON, January 29. was unfortunate in being able to hear only a small portion of General Garfield's speech yesterday. Coming into the Hall shortly after it was concluded, I asked the member from the Border States most dis-! tingulshed for ability, legal learning and eloquence, what sort of a speech it had been. " The enjr epeeeh ef the session, on the subject," was. his reply. As he had himself made on e which received aniver aal commendation, the praise was as gen erous as it was high. Asking another member, distinguished as a lawyer and orator, the same question, I received an equally enthusiastic reply; and from others, answers scarcely less eulogistic . When I add that the speech was entirely extempore, that not a word of it was writ ten on', and that I have copied literally from the phonographic report, the eulogies of the members will not seem strained. . The historical argument it contained was entirely new in the discussions of the House, and the Army was worthily repre sented by one, by whom, in other times, it AGATE. Unitarian Church In San Francisco. Inquirer says: The newehur:h, j oet completed, of the first Unitarian S.ciety of 8an Francisco, was dedicated on the 14th of January, it is a very beautiful building, and eoet $90, 000, entirely paid for by subscriptions. At a subsequent sale of pews by auction, very pew was taken though it is the largest chnroh in the city thus assuring the congregation an income of $25,000 for this year. It contains a fine organ, which cost $4,500, the gift of the pastor, being the proceeds of some lectures lately deliv ered by him. Rev. Thomas Starr King is the able and popular minister of this nourishing church, who has done probably more, by bis magnetic eloquence and ster ling patriotism, to keep California a loyal State than any other man. He is a young tan, and before he left here was reckoned one of the first scholars of Mew England. He is what is called a "self-made" man, for he had no college education. This church also own thtlr old edifice, one of the best in that eity, which is free of all debt, and which they intend for the use of second Unitarian church, soon to be or ganised. A Wars ca Re-EnlUilna Veteran. We understand that seme dissatisfac tion has arisen among the veteran regi ments propos'ng to re enlist, on account of the determination of the Government to credit all such re-enlistments against the number to be drafted. It is even said that several ef the veteran regiments of Grant's army have renounced their inten tion to re enlist on that account. We give credit to these soldiers for a truly patiiotio impulse in this matter; they wish the draft to be effteiuii, and do not fanoy the notion of their re-eahsting being the means of keeping forty or fifty thousand ehlrkers at home. We believe, however, that the action of the President in in creasing the call to 600,000 men will en tirely obviate any objections of this kind. The 200,000 added to the number original ly called, for, will oover four times ever the the total number ef veterans available for re enlistment. Let them take note of this. nines. The Peach Trees. ¬ cago Tribune, has recently vitited the peach growing region of Southern Illinois, and communicates to that paper the result of his observations with referencto the effect of the recent eohl weather upon the peach trees in that quarter. His opinion is, that never within the history of fruit growing in the est has there bees sueh wide spread disaster. There are within the district which he visited, embracing a radius oi from 16 to ZO miles, abcut 120., 000 peach trees. He thinks all are mora or lees injured, and many of the large trees J i . - y i . . . mrv aeau to a eenatmy. - lie WOUia not be snrpnsed to find most of them, ef all sites. killed outright, while at the best thev will be two or three years in recovering the de gree or vitality uey possessed before the disaster. Taking all the facta that "Ru ral " reports into consideration, nnless the - Michigan orchards have been more fortn - Bate, the Northwest will be without peaeh- ee, at least the coming season, and with - kat small supplies for the next two or three years. I Vj-n T! TJ srrm a v r r t, T! "TT 71 YOL. XVELL CLEVELAND. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 6, 1864. NO. 31. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE CLEVELAND LEADER. CLEVELAND LEADER. DISCUSSION OF CONFISCATION IN THE HOUSE. FILLIBUSTERING OF THE DEMOCRACY. THE "LIFE ESTATE" RESOLUTION REPEALED. PROCEEDINGS IN THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. FEDERAL VICTORY IN WESTERN VIRGINIA. NUMBER OF. TROOPS FURNISHED BY ILLINOIS. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE ENDORSES THE ADMISISTRATION. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, February 5. The Djmocats opened proceedings in the House to-day by renewing their filll busterisg to prevent a vote on confiscation, and to compel permission for Frank Blair to speak. After the debate had closed the previous question was ordered and every step taken to save the actual calling of the roll on the passage of the resolu tion. One or two efforts at compromise were made, but Thad. Stevens insisted on his old proposition, that it would be a fair compromise to deoide that the majority should rule, and the Democrats continued their filiibusUring ; finally, fearing that otherwise the filibustering would con tinue all night, and finding that by con senting to a compromise they would pre's the bill to a vote to-day, the Administration men agreed, and an arrangement was made by which Frans Blair was allowed to speak, Clay Smith to reply to Blair, and Fruyn of New Tork to close the debate in a half hour speech ; the democrats agreeing that a vote on the main question should then be put without further dilatory motions. The arrange ment was worked out and a vote was reached in time to adjourn over till Mon day. Frank Blair, on gelling the floor, opposed the joint resolution present- by the Judiciary Committee, and gave as his reason that it would make an issue between the President and those who had heretofore supported him. Green Clay Smith fallowed in a vigor ous, aid, sometimes, even eloquent defense fabeolute confiscation. Hs was heartily applauded from floor and galleries till the Speaker was compelled to announce that the galleries would have to keep order or he must direot the Doorkeeper to clear them. Pruyn's closing speech was rather du'l The resolution then passed by a majority of 8, a few not voting, and Frank Blair, of Missouri, all the West Virginia mem bers, Harris and Webster of Maryland and Clay and Randall of Kentucky, voting with the Democrats. The resolution thus passed repeals the explanatory resolution last session permitting confiscation merely to the life estate, and In its stetd imply recites the language of the Consti tution as to duration of the confiscation and leaves the proper interpretation cf that language to the decision of the Conr. As the President insisted on the passe ge of this joint resolution last sesssion, its re peal now is ofoourse in conflict with his position. It remains to be seen whether he has changed that position, or whether he is now under the altered circumstances, willing to place himself in opposition to the majority of the House. The Treasury Department has now ia its vaults over $20,000,000 in gold. Per sons having interest due them in gold need not, it may be inferred, have any ap prehensions on that soore." General Spinner, Treasurer of the United States, will begin, next Monday, the pay ment of certain publie dues, one half in certificates and one half in the fi per oent. interest-bearing treasury notes, legal ten der on their face. The President reoeived dispatches this afternoon that all danger at Newborn was passsd. The enemy had been repulsed. It is known here that Commistioner Quid returned to Richmond from City Point, and express his belief that our Government intends to sustain General Butler. OfSoial information received by the Government here, states that Ould is in favor of conducting the exchange through General Butler, or any agent the Government may select, and is opposed to the position assumed by the rebel Cabinet an J Senate in regard to Butler. of the ti no FROM SPRINGFIELD. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.] SPRINGFIELD, ILL., February 5. NUMBER OF MEN GONE TO WAR FROM ILLINOIS. Governor Tales has just issued a procla mation, in which he announoes with great satisfaction the number of men which Illi nois has contributed to the armies of the Union, sines the beginning of the rebellion to the present time, as follows : Contin gent of Volunteers under the President's can oi tooi, was t,iot: in latiZ, was 82,0S5; in 1863, was 64,630. The total umber nnder all the calls is 145,100 men The last call was made Ootober 17th, 18C3, and the State had then furnished 125,321 men a surplus of 8,151 over all other calls, to be credited to the contingent for that oall, and whioh reduoed it to 19,779 men, with still other credits claimed, but not fully adjusted because of the imperfect reco-d made in the ease of citiiens who had entered regiments from other Stales, in volunteer regiments from tire State of Missouri. Six thousand and thirty two eliisens of Illinois were enrolled and mus 6, th to tered in Illinois regiments. There are one thousand six hundred and fifty-six citiiens of Missouri enlisted. The balance in favor of Illinois Is four thousand three hundred and seventy-three. After the ad. justment of the credit of one hundred and twenty-five thousand three hundred and twenty-one, a more careful examination of the rolls and returns gave Illinois an ad ditional credit of ten thousand nine hun dred and forty-seven, which inoreased our number to one hundred and thirty-six thousand two hundred and sixty-eight, leaving a balance due the General Govern ment, on the last call, of only fonr thou sand four hundred and thirty-nine, and tbe State claims an adjusted balance of three thousand one hundred and sixty four, for volunteers furnished prior to Oo tober 18th, 18GI, which the Governor thinks will be credited by the War De partment, independent of the last men tioned figures and exolusive of old regi ments re-enlisting as veterans. The quota of Illinois on the first day of January, was more than filled ; in other words, the State of Illinois nnder every oall, has exceeded her quota, and, therefore, never been liable to draft. The neces sity, whioh has existed as to credits, has prevented this information from being given to the public Thus, Illinois alone, all the loyal Slates of the Union furnishes the proud record of not only having es caped the draft, but starting under the new call with her quota much diminished the credit which she is entitled to by the thousands of veterans who have re-en listed. The total number of regiments of vet erans already re-enlisted are, infantry, 88, oavalry, 6 ; total 44. The Governor thinks about every regi ment will re-enlist. is FROM COLUMBUS. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.] COLUMBUS, February 5. In the Senate, Mr. Martin introduced a bill to aocept the donation of the Farmers' College of Hamilton County for a State Agricultural College, and a resolution for certain Committees to vieit that Institu tion and report the result of their obser vations was discussed nearly all day. Many Senators thought it Inexpedient to locate colleges this session. The resolu tion was adopted. The House passed a bill to increase the compensation of Pay Agents to three dol lars per day. A motion to reoonsider the vote by whioh Rsform School bill was lost was tabled. Mr. Huston introduced a bill authorizing township trustees to levy a roai tax, not exceeding two mills. A joint resolution to amend the Consti tution eo as to provide for annual ses sions, was indefinitely postponed. as of be FROM BALTIMORE [Special to the Cleveland LEADER.] BALTIMORE, February 5. I learn from a gentleman who left Mar naburg this morning that General Sulli van's command overtook the enemy under Rosser at Moorefield and, after two hours' fighting yesterday, drove them from their position. Our foroes hove met with signal and brilliant success, and now that the en emy's forces are driven far beyond the point which their leader occupied as win ter quarters, no further trouble can be ap prehended from them. in FROM DES MOINES. [Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.] DES MOINES, February 5. The Board ot Trustees of the Iowa Or phan Asylum voted, to day, to raise $160, 000, by voluntary subscription, to build an asylum for soldiers' orphans. The Senate voted, to-day, to instruot our Congressional Delegation in favor of im mediate action for constructing a ship ca nal from the Likes on a general Western route to the Mississippi river, and the im provement of the Upper and Lower Rapids. The House passed the Senate bill to re duce the interest on State warrants, here after issued, from 8 to 6 per cent. at FROM ARKANSAS. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.] VAN BUREN, February 5. Except in the White Mountains there are bushwhackers or any enemy north of the Arkansas river ; jet that territory is infested with ganga of robbers, mostly de serters from the rebel army, who rob loyal ists and seoesh alike. They sometimes venture as far as Cross Hollow, making it neceesary to send heaTy guards with trains. But for this there would be no difficulty in coming from Springfield to this place. The telegraph line is down for miles between here and Little Rock. FROM ST. PAUL. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.] ST. PAUL, MINN., Feb. 5. The resolutions endorsing the Adminis tration of President Lincoln, including the emancipation and amnesty proclamations, nominating Mr. Lincoln for re-election, passed the Senate to-day. The last resolution was adopted by a vote of 10 to endorsing the amnesty proclamation by 16 against 8. Fred. O'Driscoll of the Press, was elected Stale Printer without opposition- CLEVELAND FEMALE 8EMI H .EY. Keturnfnf thatik lo former patroai, evntFrisTtel would irwpexttoi.r Mkoi thi m.ftnd citlw gftnermlijr, lt ai hrof ihelr Batrvit- age Having pirchnMl tii In-tH a t-n, wear a boot tvmaMntiir improve, ana pat ine lame in pt-rrect impair; amino Itoor.c or expns will bt pared toaflord tiApipi'i the left ac vantage in evrrv par ticular KleTec Kim C art Toacheri trill dtvot lb ir beit nrgi to ihir initrua Un. Put Poiflla from the CHr will h n - tl with a Hi reel It. K. Ticket free r cbarce A df?COcnt Of TwflfitT FiTr I'o'lar twr Turin will made tn tf.vr of tiior boa ding papUs vho $pat Saod-jeat borne. iu9 i erm commence February 3d. imH. T.. "rTT'KM C1ABD PHOTOGRAPHS. Ek. i ERAU1NO Portrait Of HntA Irr1(1n.'. .r-rw ,pcU from KTgraTi?u, Drawinca and oAibrat4 pBtnt!i. Alao.cc.pimof Palmar ttarb!a. sllao. food Mortnttit of Oard fram, to.c at AttbUfire, V:Bil m Karbla Block TELEGRAPHIC Yesterday Afternoon's Dispatches CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Three New Regiments to be Three New Regiments to be Recruited in Ohio. MILITARY MATTERS IN WESTERN VIRGINIA. Earley Beaten by Col. Mulligan. POTOMAC ARMY TO BE RE-ORGANIZED. Reports that Thomas or Hunter will take Command. An Attack on Newbern, N. C. LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, February 5. HOUSE. The House refused to adjourn to Mon day and proceeded to vote on Mr. Holtnan s motion to table the resolution amendatory of the confiscation aot, which was disa greed to 70 to 80. The senate had no session to-day. THREE NEW REGIMENTS ORDERED. COLUMBUS, O., February 5. To Military Committee and the Prut : Uaring received authority from the War Department to raise thirty companies of infantry to be combined into regiments, it ordered that persons not in the military servioe of the United States, who desire to recruit, must furnish this Department with the recommendation of the Military Com mittee of the county in which they reside. Teteraas ana others in the military ser vice cf the United States who wieh to re cruit must, in addition to the abore recom mendation, furnish written . permission from their regimen t or oompany command Un presentation of these documents conditional appointments will be issued, authorizing the recruiting of a specified number of men before the ninth (9th) of March next, should the recruiting officer ftil to eecure the number of men required, is recruits will be consolidated with some other company and he will receive such rank as the number of men raised will en- title him to under the following standard: Captain fifty (50) men, First-Lieutenant tnirty (ot) meu, oecond-liieutenant twenty (20) men. Military committees are ur gently requested to giro this call their mmedi&te attention and take such action will ensure the complete organisation these companies at as early a day as 0S! ble. Circulars containing InBtruotions will iurnished from this department to the several military committees of the State, Immediately. fly order of the Qorernor. B. R. COWEN. Adjutant-General of Ohi). B. R. COWEN. FROM THE SPECIALS. NEW YORK, February 5. The HeraU's special, dated in the field, West Virginia, Feb. 4-h, says : uar foroes have overtaken the enemy the ford near Moot field, in Uardy coun The enemy doubtless intends to dis pute crossing the river. Oar foroes are ia position and the artillery has just opened. limes special : The Secretary cf War has issued a cir cular to the Governors of Loyal States in forming them that all men enlisted into regular army since September 8d, 1803, will be credited upon the quota of the State which they were enlisted. A list of all the meu enlisted in the regular army by recruiting officers under their commands, from September 31, 18C2,to January 1864, giving the names of the men and whether they oan do so in distriots in which they were enlisted, has been forwarded lo the several State capitals. Hereafter, tri monthly reports of men thus enlisted will forwarded to the btate authorities, such reports to commence from January 1st, 180. It is rumored in military circles here when the army of the Potomac is re organised it will be formed into three grand divisions with a seperate oavalry foroe. Herald special: The Legislature of Virginia, in session Alexandria, failed to elect a Senator on Tuesday in oonsequsnce of the absence of members. Yesterday the electiea was indefinitely postponed. Ihe tribune s speciaLsaya: Letters from Europe ehowj a strong tendenoy in Gov ernment financial oircles of France and England to adopt a system of currency and national credit which has performed such miracles in sustaining ne vast expendi tures of our war. . Some months ago we stated on the au thority of an officer attached to the U. S. steamjhip Tnscarora, now in European waters, that Mr. Laird was solicited to sell is rams to the British Government. The tory has been repeated since with the as sertion that the proposition was refused. naval othcer has, however, reoeived a letter from a European correspondent, stating that the English Government and Mr. Laird differed only about the prioe of the vessels, and if the Government will give the figures stated by him, they can have the craft, notwithstanding state ments to the contrary recently published in the British newspapers. World's special, Washington, 4th: A Committee of five, representing the New York Bank of Commerce, arrived here to obtain the necessary legislation to turn over the stock ef that bank to form a new National Bank, the present bank rep resenting a capital oi $iz,uuu,uui. A regular Democratic caucus, at which Hjn. J. L. Dawson was President, and Hon. N. Perry of New Jersey, was Secre tary, was held last night. The only im portant business transacted was the an nouncement of the following Committee to prepare an address to the country. It is oompoaed of one member from each Con gressional Democratic State Delegation : Maine Hon. Loremo 8weetj New Hampshire, E. D. Marcy ; Connecticut, J. English; New York, F. Kirnan; New Jer sey, Woe. Wright ; Pennsylvania, C. R. Buckalew; Maryland, B. Q. Harris ; Ohio, Geo. Bliee; Kentucky, Wm.H. Wadsworth; Indiana, Thos. A. Hendricks ; Illinoi", Jas. C. Allen ; Miesouri, Wm. A. Hull ; Michigan, A. C. Baldwin ; Wisconsin, J. 8. Brown; California, J. A. McDougall; Delaware, Willard Saulsbury. The Washington Republican, In a leader this afternoon headed "Suggestions con cerning the further prosecution of the war," reviews the results of previous cam paigns, and advocates a vigeroos effort to overthrow the rebel army in Virginia as of prime importance, and advocates a campaign up James river would place at our mercy the Petersburg railroad and even the railroad from Richmond to Dan ville, and would cause the evaluation of Riohmond. 1 ARRIVAL OF DESERTERS. CULPEPPER C. H, February 4. There a rumor here to the effect that Major General Hunter is to take command of the Army of the Potomac. On the trains yesterday and day before were a large number of deserters en route to Washington, where they will take the oath. Twenty-nine deserters from Vir ginia, North Carolina, Alabama and Mis. sissippi came into General Gregg's lines two days ago, some of whom have been thirty days and others two weeks and less in the mountains. They report the moun tains full of deserters striving to reach our lines, between which and themselves the rebel cavalry are constantly soouring the oountry. FOREIGN ARRIVAL. HALIFAX, February 5. The Arabia, from Liverpool the 23d and Qaeenstown the 24th ult, arrived this morning. JtABis. January 24. Before assuming the reins of government, Maximilian will await the return of the Mexican deputa tion who offered him the crown October 8f, with a vote of the Mexican notables and adhesion of certain cities specified by the Acrhduke, who demanded the vote of the Mexioan principal councils. the mission of the Jrrenoh expedition will be accomplished by the middle of Jan uary. Huirax, February 6. The following is additional news by the steamer Arabia: Maximilian not o nly accepts, but will immediately assume the sceptre, and visit i ans as tmperor or Mexico. LATEST. LoBooa, January 24 Consols closed at 90f. Breadstuff! dull and unchanged. Provisions quiet and steady. Petroleum easier. Americia securities tending upwards Illinois Central shares Erie Obi 66j3. STEAMER BURNED. LOUISVILLE, February 5. At two o'olock this morning the steamer G. Taylor took fire in the oil room. It is supposed she was set on fire. She was owned in St. Louis, and valued at $32,000 ; insured for $10,000. The flames commu nicated to the tow boat R. E Lee, and ehe was consumed ; value, $20, 000 no insur ance. The steamer Taj lor had seven hun dred tons of commissary stores for Nash ville, which will be fifty thousand dollars loss to the Government. Captain Rhodes and Engineer Jones, of Pittsburgh, and a workman, jumped off the boat and are probably drowned, a negro boy is also missing. 1) th boats are a total loss. COLT'S PISTOL FACTORY BURNED. HATRFORD, CT., February 5. Colt's pistol factory is in flames. The loss will be immense. SECOND DISPATCH. Several lives have been lost by the fail ing in of the roof of one of the buildini. The loss will exceed half a million dollars. Insured for $750,000. The new building in whioh the Minnio rifles are made wbs saved ; the original building, with all the machinery, etc., was destroyed. One thou sand seven hundred men were employed and half of them are thrown out of work. ATTACK ON NEWBERN, N. C. BALTIMORE, February 5. The following has just been reoeived from Fortress Monroe to-day : Messengers have just arrived with dis patches to General Butler froai Newbern dated the afternoon of the 21. Newbern is attacked, and the rebels have the rail road between Newbern and Morehead City, but may be forcjd to Fort Macon. They surprised and captured the gunboat Un derwriter and destroyed her. As long as we can keep the river open we are all right BATTLE IN WESTERN VIRGINIA. WHEELING, February 5. Governor Barmore reoeived the follow ing from General Kelley this morning: "I have just received a dispatch from Colonel Mulligan. After six hours hard fighting he has driven Early from More field and his cavalry were pursuing, and was sharply engaged with Rofseau on the South Fork at the date of the dispatch. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, February 5. rumors a difficulty between the United States and France are without foundation. It is reported that General Thomas is to be assigned to the command of the Army of the Potomac, and General Hooker will succeed Thomas in the West. LATEST DISPATCHES. RECEIVED AT 2:30 THIS MORNING. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Reported Land and Naval Attack on Mobile. The Attack on Newbern Repulsed. THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. Firing on the City and Sumter Continues. Burning of Colt's Rifle Factory. Trouble over Greenbacks In San Francisco. Items from tbe Richmond Press CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, 5. HOUSE. Several motions were made and voted on by yeas and nays to delay time, when an arrangement was agreed loo concern ing the action on the Joint Resolution, namely: That Messrs. Blair, of .Missouri, 8mith,of Kentucky and Pruyn shall speak, then a vote shall be taken. Mr. Blair opposed the pending motion, saying it made an issue between the President and those who as a parly sup ported him. . , Mr. Smith, of Kentucky, favored the confiscation of all rebel property and said that we should whip down this hellish re bellion. Mr. Pruyn, of New York, made a speech against secession, but claiming the right to insist upon the administration acting in obedienoe to the constitution. The resolution was passed, 84;againet 72. The joint resolution as passed amends the joint resolution of July 17th, 1862, by making it read that no punishment or proceeding nnder it shall beso construct, ed as to work a forfeitnre of the estate of the offender, contrary to the Constitution of the United States; provided, that no other public warning or proclamation nn der the act of July 17th, 1783, chapter 39, section 6, shall be required than the proc lamation of tbe President made and pub llsbed by him on the 25th of July, 1862, which proclamation so made, shal be re ceived and held sufficient is all oses bow pending, or which may hereafter arise un der said aot." House adjourned. REBEL NEWS. WASHINGTON, February 5. The Richmond Sentinel of Monday says Commissioner Ould has lately visited City Point, bnt found ne one authoriied to make any arrangement with him as to prisoners. Two steamers, the Pet and Hercules, have run through the blockade into Wil mington. Mobile, January 80. A special dispatoh from Okoluna, says the 12th Mississippi regiment entered Corinth this morning and captured a quantity of arms, &J. The Yankees left as they entered. Chaxlistoh, January 80. The bom bardment of Sumter ceased at dark last night. One hundred and fifty shells wen thrown of which one hundred and twenty nine struck. It was renewed this morn ing with an 80, 103 and 200-pounder Par- rott and a 10-inch Columbiad. The flag staff was shot down yesterday, but was soon replaced by the garrison, nnder a rapid and accurate ire. The men repeat edly waved the flag in the face of the ene my and waved their hats in triumph after hoisting the flag. The bombardment con tinued all day. The fire was mostly di rected against the western walL Three persons, only, have been wounded sinoe the bombardment commenced. Chablistos, Jan. 81. The enemy keeps up the bombardment of Sumter by day, but oloses at night No damage of any con sequence has been done to the fort. The fire on the city was resumed at 8 o'clock on Saturday night. The shots average one every ten minuter, and Sum ter every five minutes. MoxaisTows, Feb. 80. General Martin attacked the enemy on the 28th, and after a stubborn fight, drove them from the field. They retreated in the direction of Severville. The enemy's cavalry have undoubtedly been reinforced. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. SAN FRANCISCO, February 5. A tremendous mass meeting was held in Music Hall last evening for the purpose of protesting against the repeal by the Legislature of the Specifio Contract Aot This act provides for enforoing the pay ment of debts in gold when persons con tract so to do. Laborers can oolleot wages in gold if employes si agree when en gaging them. The meeting was composed mainly of working men, who fear they will be paid in greenbacks should the repeal take place. They were intensely excited. John W. Dwinelle, Elisha Coon andlta P. Rankin addrtssel them acceptably. Sub Treasurer Cheeseman attempted to adlress them favoring the lepeal. Storms ofhissrs drowned his voice. The crowd cried "Down, you hireling," accompanied with demonstrations making it prudent for Cheeseman to retire to a place of safety. The oity is fairly on fire on this question. feopie generally believe the introduc tion of paper money will unsettle values, encourage dishonesty, aggrandize specu lators, oppress laborers, do the General Gorsrnment no good whatever, and that tne atate whose staple produouon is gold cm afford to use it. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. No oase is being argued in the U. S. 8uprem Court to-day. ihe House Military Committee to-day have determined to eontinue the considera tion of the conscription bill to the exclu sion of all other business. They also set tled an important question respecting privatejproperly destroyed by order of the Government, for military purposes. They do not think it expedient to appro pnate public money for the payment or such claims. Ths amended tax bill was refered to the Ways and Means Committee to day, and is to be considered on Monday. It is question able whether they will adopt the Senate amendment. Tne Caief of the Military Detective foroe of this District reports that during the month of January sixty -two command ing officers were arrested for various offenses, and six hundred and twenty en listed men. The Legislature of Virginia, at Alexan dria, has Indefinitely postponed the elec tion ofa United States Senator, in place of Mr. Rawdon, deceased. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, February 5. A Washington dispatch last evening to the Philadelphia Ledger says : Rumors are current that a combined at tack by the fleet under Farragut, and some twenty thoueand troops, by way of Pa'Oi goula, was made upon Mobile Saturday last If this be so we should hear of it through the Richmond papers that are due to-day. A special to to the Post dated Washing ton 16th, says : The House Committee on Military Af fairs will probably agree to exempt Quak ers from the draft The Committee on Ways and Means have agreed to the Senate bill increasing the pay of Inspectors of Customs one dollar a day. Mr. Chase recommends the measure. The Senate Military Committee this morning took np the bill reviving the rank of Lieutenant-General and recom mending General Grant for that position. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, was before the Committee. They will probably agree to the House bill. The Seleot Committee on Emigration is maturing a very important bill to encour age emigration to this country. Indigent emigrants will reoeive pecuniary aid. FOREIGN NEWS. HALIFAX, February 5. The following is additional to the news persieamer Arabia. BieuM, January 8 J. The Prussian Chambers have adopted a resolution op posing tbe policy of Prussia in separating herself from the other German States, and threatening resistance thereto. It is reported from Japan that Prince Satsnima refused to pay the indemnity demanded by the English until they evao uate Tokohama. The English are await ing reinforcements. The Rev. Harold Brown's appointment to the Bishoprio of Ely is oonfirmed. LiviaroOL, January 23. The emancipa tionists, in their breakfast to Geo. Thomp son, passed resolutions complimentary to that gentleman, and expressing their sym pathy with the people of the United States and their desire for the restoration of peace, and of the Union on a basis of free dom to tbe slaves of the South. Madbid, January 23. The Epoca an nounoes that the Spanish Government will appoint a Minister to Mexico as soon as it receives official notification of the crown ing of Maximilian. Kiel, 7anuary22. The Danish question remains unchanged. In consequence of the thaw which has set in, the Danieh troops have been order ed to return on the arrival of the Prussian troops. FROM NEWBERN. WASHINGTON, February 5. - the following dispatch : Fobtbxss Mohkob, February 6 A dis patch received from Newbern, dated the Ed, says the enemy have retired on Kings ton. Newbern is relieved. B. F. BUTLER Major General. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, February 5. The gunboat Flambeau, from oft Charles ton, on the night of the 1st, nas arrivea uenerat Uilmore koeps np a siow dui reg. ular firing on Charleston, averaging three shells every five minutes. The rebels have mountei five gaas in Fort Sumter and have piled up sandbags and cut ravines throngs, the rubbish, uen eral Gilmore keeps good s irvethnce over it, and its garrison is enabled to do bnt utile. The sevy is still quietly picketing the harbor. The attempt to raise the Wehawkea will probably prove a failure. Charleston does not yet show many marks of our fire. The steamer Taioo, from New Orleans, ZOth, arrived to-night ADDITIONAL FROM HARTFORD. ADDITIONAL FROM HARTFORD. HARTFORD, February 5. The minie rifle factory will eontinue in operation, sivinc emolovment to euu men. The stock of pistols and rifles, completed and in process of completion, which was destroyed by this fire, is valued at a mil lion dollars. The maohinery, which was destroyed, cost more than half a million. Ths total loss is estimated at two million dollars. The total iosuranoe on the property is $660,000, of which about 60 per cent is on the property destroyed. nearly vQQ men were thrown out or em ployment The fire broke out in the drying room in the attic and spread with great rapidity. Tbe origin of the fire is a mystery. une man was killed and another is still missing. FROM COLORADO TERRITORY. DENVER CITY, February 5. The Legislature organised at Golden City on Tuesday. The Governor s Message chows that Colorado is out of debt The relations with the Indian Territory are satisfactory. The mines have quad rupled in value during the past year. Ag riculture is increasing rapidly, should Colorado not succeed in getting ihe Pacific Kaiiroad through the entire length of her territory, from east to west, the Governor urges that the energies cf the Territory should be brought into oo operation with the branches from Kansas City and Atchi son, for their extension to the heart of her territory. The message c!o3ea with an eminently patriotio allusion to the Federal officers. FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, February 5. Colonel N. G. Taylor, of Tennessee, de livered an eloquent Union address in the Hall of Representatives to day le an im mense audienoe. He w&s followed by General Burnside. ARRIVAL OF CONTRABANDS. FORTRESS MONROE, February 4. Three hundred and fifty contrabands. with forty mule teams, arrived at Norfolk yesterday from Rebeldom. ice rebels are retreating from Newborn. FROM CAIRO. CAIRO, February 5. Tt,.Bfa.m.S D. . -L. r V!. 21 inst,with 650 bales of cotton for Louis ville, arrived to-day. The Memphis papers contain no general news. Ptrictlg middl ing eotton 6869c; good do. 70(3,720. LECTURES JOHN B. GOTJGH LECTURES AT. THS EUCLID STREET CIirACII, Tuesday E renin?, Feb. 9, '01, At Eight O'c.tck. Snsjtcr "ELOQUENCE ajid OB1TOR3." ADMISSION KlttERVEDSCATd. 25 Cents. ?5C3ttxtra. Th'i lectn-ewill bo ltutt of tT mumti npt ore (protean!?) 'a fa the etuoa br Ht?n-y Wrrt ot-ej-H-r. ki is c lUHi- erea m mot popular oi all Mr. OOTieh'B lOCtUrei. U'n (Inline, at t in nfth w H- (tu tlfs of o; ory are wonderful, while th lecture u wDoie, ii oa oi meai ment ana coataiaa many pa iiftM o. exLr.01d.Daj7 teanty. Al mtCT'W'reruTiPdsiwa' fron tha lut Tn nr. n table togtin admlv-ioi, t(r nonet beinfr dt-tvely m.eu it ae- auucipii' a ia laere win Da grott tie mpd fr e ecu red Seat or next liridi' stvemag. "The nil) of K?o Vm1 Ctstara iil Mismn.' em Saturday motaiua. at Baker' a Ntvi Deaot. unnerlor -feaw rewrrtd naul th f ectare comrrence. fN llfM'Vrxl.Wta 1.1 BtW-tn's-Lrr-lr V t Trenfrxf fyrpp air Th" ChiiTh fahV-TTT MUSICAL WORLD. 1864. ""wait. i864 Tbe Western Musical World 1 FEBRUARY NO. NOW READY, comalnlni the bnn'lfnl ttalla-l (irmcd (xpraaslr Mother, is the Battle Overf feiidthtethArminrSonff.th ThrwinnmhaB? m micu wim tie loiiowicg iuiret og CONTENTS: The Tragedian's Trunk, MeTiaga of Lilt a, Ans wen to C'orrpfpndenta, Kn crtainlDg Cdltoiiaia, Music at Home, A New Organ tn CforelaDd, Got tec balk to lli!ckeriDff A foot, (Special CorrfMipoatleDrtn from Pbl'adelphla. Querr. By H , Wellington, H osteal Gmni pet Heme and Abroad. Glee. A IhoiceiJadgstof fan, Ac, As. TIB MS One Opy per annum ane r ie Jp ei lor 3 w Single Ocpiej; ferule at all Nwe Ifepoia. H-Ths ' Witra Mni'rs! Wow?r1' fa Banhliariowf the first of erer month, urh nnmhar MnUhlDintf lium two 10 ioor pages oi CHOIClfi NEW MUSIC. Vocal and Ioetinmonfal. thru friTlne? nbacrfben vwer uirw uuiimi worm oi me Terr Best Mufric Published fcrrifty Onts. Bwtldee tnfa, our coin ma are Ulled with entertaining reAdlcg mattur, original and ee lecteds rotteletlag of MDSI'-AL TAT.1CR. RPRfTKL COBTtlSPOND- from all parts of tbe world, Ac; formioga complete record of Musical eveate a they occur. No person Interested in Unale can eff rtl to be a itbaat the WE8TBE1T MUSICAL WOBLD, And the Terr lew subscription prlee of enly Fifty Cents a Year. toMy in ft i ft re the Publisher in expecting Every Mn ileal Pets jo to anbeirlbe. eTAtrrDte are desired ttt rxttnf tha Hrrnlatlnn t.t the "Wfwtern Musical World" In c Yry town. sfAIl MmmnnlcmtinnsihAalrf tis i-trlrrumi rl to tfcs Publisher, u. BHAINAUO A CO., AUCTION SALES. rpHUESDAY, FEB. 18rH, 1864. Two nouses and Lot, AT AUCTION IT O.CutthSjSoi O. O UTTER A SOM wtll e!l on Thnnr1T. rbra- nty lth, od tbe premsM, tta followtuc described property, vis : Hons and Lot 104 Euclid-St. Two torr Brick Font, with Bssemeut. w!l built. Q and Water, with fixture. Atno, ood frame UAm on mine prvmin. i.oLjv iet iiwi wu us let deep, running through te Huron-St. Hotrai and Lor 106 Euclid Sr. I Wf HinTT r - nu uasrtiirm, wen UUMl, 6m end Water, with fixtaree Lot feet front ana 113 la t JeP, rcinnu.il .uiuub iu xiuxuu 1 mvfovSiLE-One torrth cash at tima of eale: bal-ir.ee in one, two and three yeare. bale to cum mence a. iu o cioca a. n. avert or furtcer Dartlculara euauira of Brarton A t:kwell. No. At water Bull-ling, j of O. Co ter A Sou, Itanti-Ht. jaria I3S PRODUCE ON CONSIGNMENT. g OUMj Dasneie tanaaa roeaioee. 90) do Tlino hy re. h hsureie uarbon (ill. 10 da Lineeed UL1. W. MILHI5CH. MUSICAL WORLD. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JHEE MILITARY SCHOOL. 1 1 For Applicants for OstunaSs of X jf COLORED TROOPf, 1210 CflMtsnt-St p nilsdelpUs. - JOHN H. TAGGART. (Lite Colonel utk eginMat Peuarlraats rRICHPTOB. The KnwntMM fv. i.. . ... . Begimeois. with the J JZXvTl L. .... oountrr so BrgentlT needs-nemelr. ep.lioule tor command of Colored Troop colli, Lt Ut tS iS -h esubli.hrtaMillur Sciort thIJeZ. Unarters, in which Infantry Tactics 7ld lwwli of Army Jiegaiations are taught grMUisnel Young Men hmrirgafklrcomwonscstedvjessseel and ptiytieeilr sound, and especially prlTmiee aieA son commi-B-.oned oflcers in the army, who desire P command colored troops, are larited to beceene -- deote of tht. School, Those who slreeiT 1m mi'ir.rv 1MUM " ": - . we pepsrea lar immediate exa tion at WashfugtoB. There who are wholty unacqoaJntedl with I m.y remain until they are made erafoUnt t t Sendee ta. eronerlv adranc. A .n h. . t i . it Camp W ifliain Penn. drill and train troops I hoi a and practice as officers 1 hree sessions will be held every day. Sunders ep iptol, one of which wi 1 be a Kwht aemioa. iach applicant must apply to the Committal far amuaiou. by a letter of his owa composition ad written by himself. Ttioniis of good character. must be laid Imfura rh t.,u ... ...l..... can be -td on. If stilett.)rr. s rmlmtea to aaueaT ne acnool will be forwarded to the applicant. rurtDer infoimaiinn r.n h. .,, r . Publi bed br Ibeiommlt-. whl. a ii.iLl. Zi i?.iLi,,i".,.?'uc "ST""' r. sad It can also be had at tb omos of the Oomalttew. or sA taw 0fltc9 of this paper. STAII letters addressed to either of Ills SllilmilSS ti wtll be promptly answered : sssmesssi THOMAS WJSB8TIH, Chairaaa. CADWALAEE3 BLDDLB, Serttarr. K. B. CORSON, . . , wenerml agent of Committee, fcw-'3? till) Cheetant-Bt rhllasetpksa. gTATEM. NT ur Ilia WBDITICBT Or THB Columb: Firs Iniurane Coms'r.. on the Slitdar of recrmhrr, 1K9, made to the a dltor of Ohio, pmuAQt to the Btatnce of that Atac. n'.itl.d'an Act to tabulate Insurance OoammaleaT oot fnnoreoratAd h n. ,... , 1. 71 ttMVt. .---V-AV, HAME AND LOCATION. FragT The Name of the Omaany u ro'amMoe. alre Insurance) Com mot. aad ia 1 161 Broaiwdr. Bw fort a I. CAPITAL. ?D-The m't of Its Oeplul stock ls.Nas.SMSS pi up, " i rovava- IL ASeBrs. L, fs-hof the Company on bind . A Dealt Id hand ana one from Agts .hou& A. Bee' Eate'o UDlucnmbersd. Bone s' Th Booda and r locks owned by thsi Company as per rout hers aocevpv-cying-huw secured, and the rat of interest thereon, to wit : Assonnt lat.-l C & AM Bond sow ilr3 " n ,3oot lT7r, , .! . . 3.SOU1JI 4th 2t.1 " ..jr3,tJO0( atu lNfwTo kC.ty irond. . w.o.-uoo ttsAU M Total Bonds and Stcaksu. a Drbte do in t ympany, ee ared by suviis.tixv.VU uuiaiuni iJrM MSB. g ut't.a'Pr vorcuere aojOBspaaying. (nKliodulj ar at ia i IMrlftwttl A Dr-bi so'hprwlfc seen rw1, s per Tooa m"w a Ov.mparji tug, i : l.t i-v-r g oejrsojm.dry e'ocke a. d li n J .11 S43r Total atnrunt loaned cmabovw 7 DeMj lor Prminmi i-i 31,3a el A Alt othwr BecuritLa, inter st ecuud' tmu, Total Asxeteof the Company, III. LIABILITIES. rirTg-Ths amonnt of Lfabtimea, doe or oo uui.wiNu.uua outer vredHorr. - ... Mnsaan Ufa -Lsjfctr d)U'tt,i ui oae f 1 MOOO ETisrn-LCi sa "J Uand,notdaa.. fw inntii-uVMI UUItn I OSUU..... ManAk istiJ- L-u m saapfSQse, WsUting tor far. Tbstb- A.I ether Umim agai&st the Coaa- F---r nooa " ,,. Its Of Tvtal LiabMtle. IT. MI8CELLASXOTJ9. BLtTisTa The greatest aaonnt in ur TwurTS-the grca.ta. anioeDt allowed by ns.... mj lu.nw tw iusareu ia any ova CUT. town OT VilJAaFfa. .. Ii. . TaiBTisKTH-lhr, gi.a-twt amoani ailowao u lus.rva ib maj one Dice.... Bo aaat ll,smrtl J !! atalDQIit Ot ltsS Uapital OS a..a.K. vir-Tuuru in any otb 8 at, as eecun y for loeae therelo. namiDg tbetn, w.th the aaoont ia ettch, and whether euch Uampanr tracHacts any busiaeaeof litouraaaoa v In sual J St-or stsaifsi Fiitsxbtth The Charter, or sun of Incorpo- STATE Of HEW TuhK. ... City and .oanty of hew lock, J Tim thy r. Chnrihlll. Pri.sts.ii. Klq ts. fecreitt.rT. of th i mnwivi. t suauce Ccmpany, belug eeTeraiJy sworn, tamom axd aty. that the forvglog la a foil, troe ikavA oorrect ftBi-ment tf tbe alTairaof the said Ooimbi. that the laid Innnraiei ioDpany la the) boaa Ada owcertf at lnat une Uundred Tueoaant 'Dvliara a? aciual cah ccsh cpitai inTecied la gtockj asd Bttcxls or in .ttfjrigagee on Mt-al Eu a, worth doabla tAe a-acnat for a aich the tarne le mortgaged ; Vk,vs ttta uviv ursciii -1 suiisinifaii, nor any pert tamat ate mad for tbe bent fit of any iodindiiaJ ezerelstnef aaihoi iry ia the management of raid Comiaay, eiiA erae Prejidpnt, tkcrtirj, TrMtsarer, IrtractosT, ear Oiherw.ae ; that the m -rtgagee above deacrtbed has no boin peMirfDed, n r in any manner ieaeed or lam pa red by iv. umpany; an4 tixsU they are tAe aTj aoetcrlbed ctUciM-s ot said iDsaraacw ( mpur. T1MOTHI 6. CHUJUJILL, EfeWAuKsUvtYtj, fcdjc'j, rriaiiisat. finhecribedand awora tatars. m tkia mi aWw amff Janay, leu. B. F. LIE, Jr , M. a,j floury Fablta, ' OfTICl OT TUB AtTOTTOK OP PTATB.) Uoiambiu, O., J-ta.30, leei. J It la hereby certified that the fcnsroin Is a rnii rapyof the stateini.t of OoQditlon of the Colum bia I ire Inturance Company, mvJe to this) oAQue 1W the year itM, and now filed hereto. witaeee my baad andeeal omc'a Ir. L i JAi. H. GOmAS, A adi tor oi otaaa. CERTIFICATE OF ATJTHORITr, To expire on the aut day ox Jaaaary, Uaa.) ADDITOB OF BTATI 8 OaTItOB, 1 (iMrjaAsca LxPAaTaaaT,) Oolnmons, Ohio, JauosuyXU. JSM.) Waaaaijl, The Colombia Fire iDenrmnoe Ooeasav f. rOCatOd at heW YorK. In thsHlaVtsaai Ms-Taik. nae flleUla thii office a sworn 8rxmtat of lie condition, ae trgatred by the Brst secooai ef tao act "To bgulate Insoranoe lompaaiea not Inoorpo r-avmi uj iai- quimj vi vato, psinrii a prll S, im , ena Wfctr-ai, said Comrar haa luriAriatfl tna. nt.dsar signed satisfactory evidence that It ia poa-eceed tV at itui vd naoaiea inoasano. ivouara oi actoaioapt- tai fnreetedin stock, or in bonds, or tn mortasgissa nf real estate, worth doab'a the am oast lor whieh tneaamt 11 mortagM ; aad, W henxe, eatd Co sops uy ha, tiled in thia office a writtea lztst rumen t aa der its corporate aeal, rigoed by ihe Freaident aad decre'ary thereof, amhortiiig any agt or agent or eaid Company in thia b tare to ac know tad te serrloa of procM. for and ia behalf of said Company, eota eenttog lh t inch sen ice of proceea shall be takrR and hetd to bt aa valid as if aerveo upon the Compa ny, accord id ? to tbe laws of ihisoraay other btaM. aad wanlrg a'lc'aim or right of errors hy leaaoa oc each acgnowledgement of aerrico. how, Tberfure, In parananco oMha flist eeesioaor the aforesaid act I, James fl God man, Andltor ai state for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Coma bia Fire Insurance Company, of Mew Tork, ia aa thoria d to ixansaet the busiaeaa of Fle IaauiassOP la tniaaitate until the thirty ti rat day of Janoary, IA the year one tnooaand eight baadred and aixty-ftw. in wiiDeeawaereoi, i nave berennto aai-eantesl m T navme suid Sll)esPkH 1 hps - -' nf rat w nfAsk rwa saam l..g. affixed the day and year above written. JAB. H. UUUstA, Auditor of i taste. H. F. BRAYTOX, Agent. No, 6 AtwiUc mocE. tlTeland, U. fabO-lST THE CONFESSIONS AND EX FEKIE21CE OF AN IN VALID-Pnblished low the benefit and at a warning and Caatlon to Towng Hen who suffer from herrona Debllity Premataxa Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the eama time the HiAKsorarLr-cvBB, by one who haa cured him - elf, being pat to great expense and injury throogA medical bambog and attackery. By enclosing a poet -paid addreswed eevalope, cmgla eopiee mar be had of the anibor. NATHANIEL HATFAIB, Eag feb6-H9daw Bedford Kinga Co.. N. T. Onici or Clituisd AoaicrLTrmAsV Wosiaa, Cleveland, Uhio, cb 1, l64. 4; LBfiRT C. YOIINGLOVE 13 A member of oar firm from this date. -137 YOI'NULOVE, DlWITT A OO. POTTO if HOSIfSRY-OP OUB ) own tmportatir)-! 1 II HrTTJHO. 5-20 U. S. BONDS. We have cotice from the Qateral Eabaciioa. Agent 1V-30 Loan that the whole amount of th'a Lcaa authoriied by Law, haa been taken by nbecrlotloa.-' We cannot, therefore, Inrnlh, aa haretofora, she Bondt at par and interest. We shall be plea to fill orders fcr these Bemdg sst market ratea, and ibal andearor to keep hand, ready for inmrdiate dellrery, a fall ISoTernmf nt Mccka. sAT-We also buy asd sell, om Ooamfiso.aw AU Kinds of Stock, and Bo&dAg At the New York p?ek Bcehaasi. a A READ dfc OO , Bukm, ma m W grmfoT-gt. . QevejnBd. Q- SEEDS. CLOVER SKED. 600 BUSHSL8 iww Ctoeer Hd in store and for este by nrrOB tLAKK K(H'B rI.I.Tw. ZEPHYR WOESTEDi? A t,t. Col on a.o.jiibil.