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PITH OF;W ASH IXUTOXC'OIt- TS Trnfi depart or the 10th Tae total mm! of Treaserr note it aaetl that far it f .7IN,700,af whieh there Vara beta redeemed ! v eitatomt an I lands 9414.900. wbile l bare ara outstanding 343,a0a Secretary Oaofc i aaoet aierciae I about tba 7,0OO.9M defiemcy bill before On great, not knowing boa much will be ctouiraa immadulttlr of tba Troatarr.wbeii it ibaii have patted otuataiaa he could got along with the prertirt rereunt and note. Senator Bail win not obey instructions on Leoompton, and will alate bit reaaona for this course at the at it meeting of the Sed ate, - .. . ...... aaaaOTMi Th despatch to the Timte Mja. ' Wach camplaiat !a made oftlie cord net of Mr. Hopkin Chairman of the Com mittee of tba Whole in the House, who by trident pre-arrangement i careful not to giro the floor to any Anti Leoouipton Democrat, on v the altrai-u of either aide, the Abolitiowtts and Fire-Ester. This ia an old trick, and Mr. Hopkins baa doubtless received bit instructions from Hpealer Orr. This is only one of tbe unnv .'Mtv tilings which Locoiuptotiiim requires of its supporters. From tbe N. Y. DtrM't letter of the 16tb: Tbe Committee on Military affairs of the House baa decided to report in favor of live regiments of volunteers, to be called out by tbe President, if deemed necessary. Mr- Faulkner of Vs., disaentt from the riews of the majority, and will, on behalf of the minority of that committee, present bill to add to the retrular army. The Army Bill "(the administration measure) will probably be carried early oeit week iu the Senate, in the shape that Mr. Hunter proposes to add three rai ments to tbe army. Of tbe coming fight in the Senate the Washington correspondent of tbe Bo-ton TravtlUr, writes: In the Senate matters look more favors-' b!e tlian they did a week smce- Under any and all circumstances the vote cannot be bad in that body on Laooraptoa for two months. It will bo remembered that when Douglas was whipping up h a party with all bit tupeiior powers to obtain tbe vote on the repeal of the Missouri Compro mise, that the meager minority of thiiteen, headed by Senators CIihso and Summer, kopt the vole olf for sixty days, during which lime the country was roused, ami II that could le done through the pulpit, tbiough the press, through the tnas meet ings, through legislative fatal at fana, through memorials lo Congress IFM doM, and with great effect. The saini- course will be pur tued now. Douglas will lead the van. Parliamentary tactics will he exhausted; every opposition Senator will hsve spoken from the depths of hh heart; the country will have been loOtM with speeches, and ajaaaal thoroughly before a vote can be had on this measure in the Bennte, and Senator Douglas declares this vote eminot be had before the lirH of Julv. All s'Tee that it can't be done in lest thin sixty days. Gen. Burns, of Ohio, after all his LIus- tef, has Cot et asked for a Committee of Investigation. The Waeh'ogtoa co jwiideut of thoN. Y. Tahiti, says of the refusal of the Houto to graut an Invostiga tion : "Had it been authorized, it might have turned out that a certain ex-member of Congress, tho Hen. Mr. Kennon, had come here expressly for the purpose of operating with him to change Ins views in favoi of Lecompton, t"l getting lor liimor tome of his family the Northern Marshal aliip of Ohio iu consideration thereof. 'Itio correspondent of Koruej'a Prtsi writing on the 18th, tayt; Whatever ground thero wts a fv days since for the Lecomptonitua to bvlievuthat they could pass through the House the contrivance which they support, it has now alippid away from them, for at this mo ment it is 0Ov1otM to the most careless ob server of transpiring evonts that Lecompton must soon meet n blow more teniblo than that.unly ono week ago, in the resolution which ordered inquiry into its wickedness and oppression. Most men from the North and from tho far Southern States, will vote agaiusl it. They admit und learn that they liavo hesitated loo long, but that their decision aivd their voles will nmko up tor what they have hitherto failed to do. With ihe strength gained by QtfMfi whotup part tl 0 great principle 01 the Kansas Ho iirstka set, not only in the Noith.but in the South, since the lest on Rairisa resolution, add the promising signs for tlio future, it ia not an extravagant suriuire that ere anoth er week rolls by- the vote against Loeomp ion will reach two thirds of tho member of tho House. The Lccointitonitcs cannot disguise this fact; they published it by a pojtionoincnt of their caucus which was to have been held Isst niyht, and by the a'journmenl of tho Investigation Commit tee. All idea of rushing things through with a high hand ia reluctantly given up for want of power to effect their purpose, and it may be that tho endeavor hereafter will be to .ime Ihe Constitution from a sudden aud desoivod annihilation. On the other hand' the Washington cor .respondent of the Baltimore otm, writing the same day, declares that "tho fate of tho Kansas ajmi-ion bill is fixed. It is to be pvwed by both Houses." Of thu other principle Admission meaa- me lho letter says: Tbe Army bill cannot bang much longer in the Senate. It is doubted whether even Jr. Seward can save it. The plan of arW'ituting volunteers is now under dis cushion . Lieut Gen. Scott fav ra that plan. The regular arniv project 6udi no support in any qitrti, to wit: Tlie inciease of the army by t'c addition of four or five rcgimenls. The repugnance of Congress to an ihcrcsso of the standing army is nn conquerable. There are, no doubt, pre vailing political reasons A.r this, independ ent of po'ent financial considerations. Tbe Wathington corretjioiiilent of the t'lii.-ajro Timti is presumed to rtpreieiH ih? $i lings of Penator Douglas. He is mid lo I the piivale Secretary of the: Sen ator. Under dataafAbaJOtli he writes: Tar. " w"" " . , -t JJvera ttep taken by tb B. iith ::i ihodireo - tion it is ooa traveling, ia a tup towaid perdition and 4oom. The South and the Adminiairatioo are now deliberately and with malica prepense atriving to crush tba will of (be majority ia Kama. Tba country to understands' it. Mason telle tbe country, directly and with oat circuralocu lion, that inquiry akall not be had if he cvn prevent it, and the majoiity ia tie Saaate tecnad him with their voles. And he adds, "even Pugh, of Ohio, obeys the lash of the boary beaded old whippet ia frort Virginia." Charcoal Sketch of CaiboiM. A eorrcspoadant of the Chicago Trib une, gives the following picture of the great Lecompton Conspirator, aa he appeared on bia itte visit to tbe Capital of Illinois, hi old residence: "John looked shabby and rufBaolike. Hie inseperable companion a revolver, (not !he 'pocket pistol' from which be draws his political inspirations; was iu his breeches pocket, ready at a aecond's warning. Tbe end of the b.irrel bad wota a bole in the cloth, un J as be walked around tbe emblems of his piinciplua was seen plainly (ticking out.' He did Dot make a long stay at spring field. Sympathy aud oonaolaliou for him were acaice. Carroll JTree JJrcss, OimiU r A IT K OF Till CO0NTY. J. VBIAVD. M. 0. 1UXTEK WEYANDtV. BAXTER. CARROLLTON, OHIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 25, i8 60 Wjut was it? (Several shocks, resem bling an eailhquako, were felt, both at Stulenville, Ohio, and Beaver, Penn., on the 17th hint tWl B Boacii Esq, our Represents-' t , , tive hi tho Legislature has furnished us .. ,,,,,-, . with a copy of the School Commissioner's 1 " TT "",tu "0 u,,r "8j shall not'co it more particularly at our lei- sura JV0M. Otiio IIinton, the Ohio mail : robber, and formerly a oitizen of Delaware, Ohio, it an 'Aitornev and Counsellor at Law," in Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, as appears by n card, published in a paper of that citv Calhoun's I)TRMiNATiotr A Wash ington correspondent of tho Baltimore Sun, ' writmnr miller date of Friday sas: I learn that it la positively determined As a nativo of the glorious Keystone that Oen. Calhoun will not decide to which State, as n yrailuate of lier noble old Uni parly ho will giva the certificates of olec- 'varsity at Philadelphia, where have boen lion for tho Kansas StHto Legislature aud spent so many happy days of my youth Stale officers. At leasl, that is so etatod ,and manhood, 1 look to this great meeting by Calhoun himself. Thiuck Rkpobts It is aaid tba Senate Committee on TerrritorioB will insko three - , . ,. lleportson tho Leeomiston ConsUtution r. , , . question now before them. The majority will report in favor of the admission of Knnsas under that Constitution. Douglas will report against tho admission, until tho n . , ... . . , , Constitution is submitted to the people of Kansas; while CoM.imor and Wade Wl" also submit a report adverse to tin) admit - sion under tho Lecompton Constitution. m. rZ . r . ved Mr P.ice, Postmaster at Chicago, and ic-nppointod UOO, Ins immediate prede cessor. Mr Price was a friend to judniltt would ba a clear violation of tho Con- Douglas. Wrkuttoa of tho United States, of State and u uiM r , i -! i i n ' P"imlar srvereigtity, of lho K'ins.is-and- Mr Miller, Postmaster at Columbus, 0. i I ', , , .,, ' -, , i ' 1 i Nc bni'ka bill, and of its lundamental pun- linn niso nui-ii removcu, nnu K-WUIIWI Medary appointed 'n his place. It ii also rumored that Cray of Cleve land is shortly to suffer iu tho sanio man' itf ,. ,, , . a Mr, Neither Milier nor tn.y.u,.p.irt the Lecompton iniquity. Houce tba Prati - I dent's wrath. a womrro ti not itt rs. On the first page of our psper will be found the addioss of tho Hon . Frederick P. Stsiiton Governor Walker's Secretary of Kansas to the people of the United Ststes. Mi. Stowtoii has been a lifti-Iong Democrat, a Southern man with Southern proclivities; and for a ir.imbur of years a Representative in Congress from Tennes see, lie is therefore, not only competent to speak intelligently of Kansas affairs, but be cannot be accused of being either an "Abolitionost," nor yet a "lllaek Republi can.'' His history of events, iu that Tar ritory, then, together, with tho complete and scsthing expoturo of tho aid and comfort, that Mr.Buchannii has lent to fraud and violence there, must be taken as alia, hie, and it should havo great weight with thoso of our Democratic fellow-citiaens, who are desirous of learning tho exact truth relative to the affairs in that distrac ted portion of our country. Wo have not naked, nor will wo ask Democrats to base their coovictiont of duty tolely upon pub lic rninor; but we do ask them, and hold that they are in duty bound to read with close attention, and heod, what dov Reedeii Gov Geary, Governor Walker and Sec. retary Stsnton-nl! Democrats of the high est standing say upon this impoitant sul Ject; and then decido whether Mr. Bu chauan has not acted Ucacherously toward them, treacherously toward the poople of tho Morthern States, and whether be is not acting basely and inhumauly toward tbe peoplo of Kansu', in forcing upon tl em tin? Jjecoiupton Constitution, which they have not only not made, but which they baya positively and unmisWkenbly rcpudi- J','J - 1 M't.tK Ht littVMt.M.wK.IT'.Or.l. We take the following from ihe Louis villa Journal. A t The Richmond Enquirer, tbe prineipla Buchaaan organ of tba South, ta decidedly of opinion that it would be well to gel up a war with hpvm in order to tattle tba diatractiooa growing out of tbe Ktoaas question. It .aya: , A war with apain, just now. would not. - - - - the part of tbe Government of tbe United " "'. mr unpopular movement on States. And we doubt exceedingly thai me inaonvrniem-ea arising from it would be at all adequate to counterbalance the 1 advauuigas which would, perhaps prove to i aunou lucalcuiaUc. Ttie Democratic party is a great party. It has marvellous statesmanship. It re- repealcJ the Missnrtri Compromise to settle the slavery agitation.aud now it must have a foreign war to settle the troubles grow ing out of the repeal of tho Missouri Com proniiae. Tni Coxunissioiui. Committee. There it little or no hope for a thorough investigation of all the Kansas matters, em brace 1 in the resolution under which tho investigating committee was appointed. All tbo propositions made by tbe arti-Lo" icompton members of tbe Committee, in- eluding Cut to send for persona an.: pa pers, are voted down uniformly by one ma jority. The committee, composed as it i, is nowerh-sa, and tbe design of Speaker Orr in making it to, waa doubtless to stifle investigation. Such rascslily deserves to have An origin somowbere elo than in Congress. Washington Morau. Duels are re ported to bo in progress at Washington, Oiiy, between Gen. Harney and Col. Sum. ncr, and between A A Bhind and Com mander Boutwell, both of tho United Sl.'ilo uvv Tlin (lifTii'tllttf liMwn.n llirt , ., ., . , , , . . , j pMwtaaa PW Jt iLiunmi . "mr ajajaaai I una i i. i ago on the Pacific. An altercation also L . , . , ., took place n few dars ago, at the dinner table, at Brown's Hotel in Washington. between Hon James B Clav, and Gen. Culluin, lato Clerk of the Houso of Rep- resentatives. Subsequently Cullom struck Cly in lho fut0 llig Pen hand. Perhaps a duol may be tho rrsult. GOV. WAIiKBM Ex. Cov. Walker, of Kanaa, beirg un ahla to altend and aildross llin Aili. r niifnaaa Haattatf nt llltllaAlMtiJa m the 8tb inst, sent the following letter whicli r ti -- - T'""l was read: with the dBg peat interest. In your city stands tba Hall of Indipcndoneo.and there, on tho 4ih of July, 1 7 7t, was fiist pro- mulgated lho great truth tbaj all free ijrovernment is bused upon '"the consent , ,, , . ,, , , . of lho governed, Let tins truth be inscrib- i e(, lipol, volir mnwn flm, wriltwn 0 yollr hearts. Let it ho proclaimed by you 'that Ua Kt principle shall neither bo evaded b tchtiical quibbles, nor subverted by frauds and lorgorica. Th(J fM, s(ion js Mf. Tg Tho real question is this i coinpton Constitution founded on thocoii- 1 sent of tho people of Kansas? You know "i y was aaopung una uumauuuu is uui Humming . State on rMoaat of her people, into tba ITitmii in ncpiiii inert wi h t in huHvn-Hrn ,t ft, Vvim nct btlt forcing Bu, jjto tba Union aninat her will. Such an Ufofa of (Ha BOVarBmmt. May tho nobis Democracy of Philadel phia unfurl to tbl bfeeaa the. banner of sell government, nnd under its t .Ids, as one oi inu simnoi i oniini uniim i i 111 iiiiinu wit .iutiol.alk3j;otIifllOM.uoofow 1 country . Yoiua, truly, R.J, Walicku. It is a curious fact, that Cov. Walker, from whose ditpHtchet the Pretulent quotes so extensively in his special HeaaaW is leadly hostile to the Lecompton fraua. 'I'lie Indiana Kecdlators. The Lagrange Mandarl of tho loth says "the work of our Regulators goes bravely on," and slates thai tho Regulntors of Lagflahka county have been regularly nrrfsnized under tin) Rtatule of tho State. mid aro now kaMllr authorized to finish; the work they have so energetically begun. That must be a singular law of Imliana i . ! i f...i.. t L wim I em set nous nio hct jjvi i-i ' . . . r. 1 r tlwi Itaaxnlatau nf thu ((mm!i. tots in Lagrange last week, and two black legs were adiled to (he thirteen criminals already consigned to jail by tho Commit tee. t he tsoble County tUfMtr -eports tint important progress has been made h break- in up the great oruniBition ot crime , , , . T which has existed for' some years in tM, I Gorner of Ihird & Market streets, Puts-North-Wetitci n States. In the counties of j burgh, " hero we were shown some splen- Wells and Adams, south of Noble, the Regulators have made cxtonsivo arrests, and large amounts of stolen property have boon recovered. Confessions divulging crimo and disclosing confederates havo been made, and the RcyitterseU down tho num ber of arrests at one hundred, who have been captureil in iiittereni portions ot tlie States, growing out of f.iots first elicited in Noble county. A portion of tho property, horses carriages, Ac, run off from La grange cunty, has been recovered in tho State of Now York, and lho gentry in whoso possession it was found are in jail awaiting a requisition to get introduced to '.he Hooaiar Regulator system of dispens ing justice. Quito n number of tlio per sons implicated in Indiana have fled from the State. Cleveland Ltader. DiATB of Ji-dcb Kae. John X. Kane of Philadelphia the judge who un justly iinpiisomed Passmore Williamson some time ago, uicd on lho 21. inst. MISCELLANEOUS. 1'OKS.ll.B. At tl.lt Office, a 8cboUrkJa in the 1'nioa tavOtOaga, (.'tertland, oak, urmi 1st ara ble. C.dt P. RAILBOAD. Hon. Jambs 1' uottm, Prest. A Supt, 'l'raiaa leave Alliance Station aa follows: TriD' E0'"' wutu 2:3J A ffa going Kraiii.1 .1. .-.,... w a iw m , Tba Court of Common Pleai is now in seatioo in this place. Not much of '"fortar - c has been done as yet iu ditpo- sing of eases. The Grand Jury was in only a little over a day, and brought in about 80 indictments. That it the way to do up business. Pardoned Just as we were going to press, the news reached us that tbe Gov ernor of Pennsylvania, hi I pardoued Monroe Stewart, before this, he is doubt less at liberty. JRTThe advertisement of D. Gregg & Co., Pittsburgb,was crowded out this wcok will appear in our next. Also "Scott House," Pittsburgh. Also Grover fe Baker's Family Sew ing Machines. Will appear next week. P. L. S. A select perfornianeo of tho Philo Franklin Literary Society of Harlem Springs academy will come off at tho M E. Church in Harlem on Friday evening the 5th proximo. The public examination of the students of tho Academy will Lake place on Mon day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the 8tb 9th and 10th of March . Tho spring term of said school will open on Tuesday tho (ith day of April next. Tho Springs is a good location for such an institution And the Principals are well cnlculated for their bu siness. Wo understand that tho prospect loe a good attendance at the next term is flattering. K(w Paper. Our friend Matt Atkin son, Esq., has issued tba first number of a new paper, in Pittsburgh, Pa., call Th Western Advertiser. It is a business sheet. and intended for gratuitout circulation. It is tho most neatly printed nowspaper in the city, and is well patronizod by tho princi ple business men, Mr. A., has shown his skill and energy in accomplishing nn un dertaking that is well woithy of praise, nt such a timu lion tho business world ap pears to be f-o much enervated nnd depres sed as it is at pretest . May great tthMea attend him. JOT Our readers, of cours.;, have read of tho pillar of cloud and fire that towered its head nliovo tho highest bills, ns it led tho Children of Israel toward the Promised Land. Its silent, though potent, command of "Forward!'' was strictly obeyed, aud it was truly said to be "tho strangest leader that a host over followed." Though long since passed away, its shadow will again doubtless flit across tbo minds of some as they behold that mighty column of our friend, W, S. Hodge, Esq., which lifts its head far i bovo tho foot of the page and issues forth its command "Buy vour Goo(s Uoigf!n Uarrisburgh 1" Read- i . ., . ' llliU c0ln,n,l,,J ls f d m f'C O'H'itCll ll0( L'O IS kllDWIl tort Wf lint. , j0 , , hu- d . once to bis store will go agaio. Hurrah for Hodge's storel jt'TVo would cheerfully recommend to our met chants .and others (visiting tho city of Pittsburgh for tho purpose of laying in goods) tho Hardware establishment of Mossrs. Whitmore, Wolf, Dutl A Co., No. i ... , , ,. , . . 80 ood street, lhis House is ono of I tho largest lLudwaro establishinonts in the city nnd theirstock enihraces almost overy- thing in their line. The proprietors nre ; prompt and accommodating gentlemen, Lj wl01 u u e.,su to j , T, ara now recairing their new spring stock. Adveitisoinent next week. jt-T A fow days ago wo dropped iu at the furniture rooms of Mr. 0. . I. Pitney, Minerva, and wero shown his cxteusivo as sortment of tho essentials of housekeeping; nnd wo must taf that wo wore much pleased with tl.o appearance of thiols. Mr P. has a lino lot of furniture onliand i i-i ., and Ins workmen aro constantly '.inning I 0111 riV)0. In a short tiino ho will havo about fivo thousand dollars wort of an as" sorttnont ready for sale. Read his adver tisement. V0 bad tho pleasure, a few days U f j yMBa,U- (VW , did specimens in nenmauship, which for smooth ncss and beauty are rarely equalled or excelled iu the West. Thero aro 150 students in attendance at this College at the present time. The rapid improve I mont of Professor Dull's pupils in n short time, is truly sutpiising, moot. See adveilise- Penmanship. Our friend I. Ulman, Ksq , will commence another series of les sons in tho art of Ponmauthip on next Monday evening, the 1st prox., at the Ca nal Street School House. This will afford an excellent opportunity to those of our juvenilis who wish to learn to writo well; which, by the way, is certainly very impor tant, It ia unnecessary for us to speak of Mr. Ulmnn's qualifications ns all know his proficiency in the art. aT'o take pleasure in calling the at tention of our readers to the advertiaament of "Boerbave'a Holland Bitters," mauafae turad by Metara. Beuj. Page, Jr, A Co, PitUburgb, Pa., and aold by C. A. B gel, of this place. We have aever aa yet bad the misiorluaa to le obliged to use the Bitten, but our Senior baa naed tbeca and pronouncea tbcm an excellent remedy ; in jdeaJ they are very popular as a valuabl. in,m and no buinbuir. - r f . T c X-7"Mr. Henry Criaa will offer for sale, on ihe 1 Sth of next month, a lot of farm ing implements, grain, stock, etc. Ad verliaeuMBt iu to-days paper. X-ySpeculators have again monopoli zed the trade iu molasses aud the piice of that article ia rapidly advancing. jC9"The Augusta Steam Mill, having been improved and refitted, will raeume op erations on tbe 1st of March, next, under the management of Mr. John Crook. See his advertisement. mils ItcptMlcd-Jury Blll-Snc-gestiona llicrrmi. A-. Con-Sim's, Feb. 18, 1858. Morning Ltader. The Jail bill, so cal led, passed the Senate yesterday, after long and stormy session. Next in turn comos the Habeas Corpus, which will probably go through. A few moro such repeals, and Ohio, beyond I pcradventure, will be safe hereafter to law and order. j ne inieresi iiiiesuou is sun :u uie iiouse i , . l- ,1. IT i and excites a good deal of interest; lho friends and oppontntt teem to be nearly equal. Tho Jury bill failed in the Senate, at which tho House is not a little vexed. It is to bo regretted that this subject is not thought of more by the tax-payers of tho State than it setms to be. For near ly forty years, in the history of our State, party litigants paid the jury; but now the tax-payers of the County furnish juries for litigants outoi their pockets, giving there by so much encouragement for men to go to law. Let the wealthy men in the Com mon Ploas have to pay the jury they call into Court, as the poor man has to, before a Magistrate, they would hesitate ome time before they would litigate. But an other remedy to check that growing curse and increasing evil, litigation, would be to simply havo the law reqtiiro all parties jc law to advance tbo cosls of officers as they progress from time to time in their cause, This would prevent all tho mali cious, frivolous, vexations suite, that add so much lo tho disturbance of the peace and repose of neighborhoods, and whicli en dangers so much bitter feeling in tho com munity. Such n law would save to the lax pa)ora in Ohio, at least two hundred thousand dollars, in ono way and another, iu tho courso of a year. Iu connection witb this, the man who anllcd njury bofore a Justice, should not havo tho right of appeal to Common Plots, hut should abide tho decision of the Jury he had called. The author of tho leal in tho Canal Bank of Cleveland mattor.is not vet ascer tained, but it is thought, or feared, that the depositors will get nothing. CUYAHOGA. Important from Kansas--Action of the Te rritorlul Lcgifllatiiro -Final Protest. Our Lawrence dates are to Feb. 13th. It appears that the Constitutional Conven tion was in danger of being defeated by a legal technicality. The correspondent ol the Chicago Tribune writes on lho 13th: Tho bill calling the Constitutional Con vention was not passed and enrolled until Tuesday night. At lip. m., it was car ried to tbe Governor for his signature. He refused to receive it, because it was Ittt and ho had retired. Tho Legislature considered tho bill as presented, and to night at 1 1, o'clock.the question was rais ed as to whut had become of tho bill, It being then more than three days; the tiino allowed by the organic act for tho Got oroor to examine bills, having expired, tho Houso took up tho Convention bill and passed it ovor by a unanimous voto; the Senate did the same. Tho Governor claims that tho bill was not brought to him till Wednesday, thus making it with in tho three days. However, there is no doubt that the bill was kept over the three days aud tho bill is therefore a law. Tho Legislature is still in session, and will not adjourn until noon to-day. The members think that tha forty days to which the Organic .Ad restricts them, will not expire until that time, as their session did not commence until noon, on tho 4th of January. But Gov. Denver holds dif ferently. He decided that tho legal exis tence of tho Legit latin o ceased nt 12o'cock inst night, aud refused to hold any cotn- ! DJUOicatioO with it, after that hour. ! P hill repealing the entire bogus code Hawed to pass; nut many tuns were passeu which repealed formor laws,so that a large portion of tho begus laws aro repealed The ceneral laws passed are about 8 dozen in number, comprising a county and town organisation, a code of civil and o - criminal practice and pleading, au assess meiit nnd tax law, a general election law, a militia bill which is subsequently the same as that passed at tbe extra session, a bill graining the rights of married women to their property, and a uoraesleaJ law. Gov. Denver has been prolific of vetoes. Ou the 1 1th the Uovernor returned twenty-one bills to the House, because they were floating charters for town companies. llo has become very consciencious Bince approving the Minueola Iucorporatiou Bill. The Legislature has passed a Dank Law over tho Governor's veto. It provides for a Bank with three branches at Lawrence, Leavenworth, and Wyandott. Each branch may commence issuing when it has deposited $25,000 worth of the stocks of any interest-paying States with tho Comptroller; and may expand indefinitely. They aro authorized to use sight drafts, certificates of deposit, and the notes of other "secured banks" ns specie. The Act which passed the House, ma king it felony, punishable with de.itb, for any officers elected under lho Lecompton Constitution, to attempt in any way to give force to it, was defeated in the less radical Council. Just on the eve pf ailjouruiiieiit,tl.o Territorial Legislature nearly unantmout ly patted the following concurrent raaolu lions. They mean just what they aay, and if neotttity reouiraa will be carried out by tba people of Kaaees to the letter, mi riaaL paoTctr. Retolvtd, That e do hereby, or tkt hut timt, t. lamn I y protest against tba ad mission of Kir sat into the Umoo under the Lecomoton Constitution that we hurl I back witb indignant scoru the libellout charge contained in the message oi toe President accompanying the Lecompton Constitution to Congreaa,to the effect that the freemen of Kansas were a law leas peo ple -That relying upon tba justice of our cause, we do hereby, on behalf of tbe people we represent, solemnly pledge to each other, to our fiiends iu Congress and in tbe States, our lives, our fortunes and our aaored honor, to resist the Lecompton Constitution and Government by force of arms, if neeesssry. That in this periloua hour of our history, we appeal to the emitted world for tbe rectitude of our position,and call upon the friends of freedom everywhere to array themselves against this last act of oppression in tho Kansas drama. Gov . Denver was directed to forward a ropy of tbe above to Congress and the President of the United States. Gold and its usks. The entire am't of gold in circulation in the world is esti mated at about 240,000,000, of which the wear aud waste is stated to be :J per cent annually. The consumption of gold iu the arts and manufactures is set down at foO.OOO.OOO, of which about one third I ' .OUU IIITJV, IU Ullf-iflllVJ. IU U ' I IUi" Iinill :. . i ;., c.j..i i m;.,;i... .. - . i ,,,,-" . uIadp IliprA is a wPfk v ronfiiimntion oi gold for ehaina only, amounting to one thousand ounces; the weekly consumption ' -- - - j 1 for gold leaf in London is four hundred ounces, and in other places in Great Bri tain, ono hundred and eighty-four ounces. Oue of the potleries in Staffordshire con sumes t$:,oOO worth of gold annually in gilding; and tho whole consumption in gilding porcelain in England i9 estimated at about five hundred ounces annually. M ARKE TS. Cakrolltom, Feb. 25. FLOUR-$5,005,5O tO bM. RYE FLOUR. 13.0018 bbl. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. f 1,75. CORN MEAL. 50c. bub. WHEAT (J080c. RYE 3o'38c. BUCKWHEAT 33c. OATS 13. CORN 33. CLOVER SEED 84 15. TIMITY SEE1)-$1,5U. FLAX SEED 85. EGGS 8. BUTTER 12. LA It!) 8. TALLOW 12 J. NE SPECIAL HOT ICES. Bristol's Sarsapahilla. Extraordi nary cures of rheumatism, contracted joint", lumbago, and nil glandular and muscular diseases havo been achieved by lhis prepa ration, while aa a remedy for scrofula and all ulcerous and eruptive coin plaints it may challenge the Materia Mtdica to produco a rivul. As nmiared bv tho nresent nro r I -j v r i prietors, Lanman ii Kemp, Wholesale Druggists, New York, it is said to be of greater strength and efficacy than afore time, though this would seem to be incred ible. The fyc-simflie signature of that firm on the label w now tho mark of au thenticity. Krmp's Worm Pastillih, another invaluable remedy prepared by tbo same house, are rapidly taking the place of the nauseous vermifuges. Children are fond of them and they accomplish a rapid euro without the intervention of mercury. Fits! FltsirFits!!! Dr. IJance's Yejttable Extract Epileptic Pills, for the cure of Fits, Spasms, Cramps and all Xervous and Constitutional Diseases. PERSONS laboring under this distressing malady will 6ud i)r. Hance's Vegetable Kpileplic Tills to be tlie only remedy ever dis covered for curing Epilepsy or Falling Fits. These pills possess a specific action on tbt nervous system; and, although they are pre pared especially for the purpose of curing Fits, they will be found an especial hem-lit for til persons alllicttd with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been prostrated or shatter ed from any cnuso whatever. In Chronic com plaints, or diseases ot long standing, supei in duced by nervousness, they are excellently ben eficial. Price $.3 per box, or two boxes for Pcrsons out of the city, enclosing a remittance, will have thepills sent them through the mail, free of postage. For sale by Suth S. Ilance, No. I '.is aItiuiore Street, liaUiuiore, lid., to whom orders from ul parta of the Union must bo addicssed, postpaid. April 80, I Mr tW IUl'ORTAKT 1 NK1KSUT10N tO tllO MaBEIID and those contemplating marriage, sen? to all who wish it, upoi receipt of ten cents in mon ey or stamps. Address, DR.S. MAKRETT SMYTH E, Nor. 26, 3m. New York City. RA OS! Ra OS ! ! RA OS ! ! ! Bring tbcm uloug and get in exchange nice, cheap WALL PAPER tt BAXTER k CO'S Ntw Druo Stosi. NE W AD VER IIS E ME NTS. FURNITURE A T Ujljoleaale 6 EetatL 0. J. PITNEY, Minerva Ohio, Would respectfully invite tho attention of tho public to his largo and Extensive ttoek of Furniture! 00NSI8TIVO or CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, BE AURA 178, CUPBOARDS, SETTEES. TABLES, STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNCE3, WHAT-NOTS. LOOKING GLASSES, AC, AO., AC.. Of t variety of kinds and stylet, wliiohho will Ml at low fifiures. Veieons wishing anylhin" In ihe furnituife line will fiuj it to their advan. itjte to i-i!! and rtsm'ne his largo ssaortment Minerrs, 0 , fNb. TM3 tf. HARP TtflA&f MADE EASY!! Xotu is our iimc TO GET RICH. W. S. Hodge IS OFFERING Greater Inducements And If Yob Wish It Sare Many (ft ft 0 0 O 0 0 H 0 Q O W i 5J w - m REMEMBER THAT HAS Never Been Undersold ! AND THAT HE NEVER CAN BE. AND IN ORDER To Makb Room fob i hi Kicukst Stock OF 0 0 0 D S That hat ever been brouyhi to this county, HE WILL SELL lilt VMTIKB 6T0CK OI n ALPACAS, COBURG8, DeLAINES, WOOLEN SHAWLS, BONNETS, HATS, CAP8. NOTIONS. WOOLEN COMFORTS HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, TIN WARE, AC, AC, AC, FOR READY PAY, At Pricks that havb Nbvbr bbbn Ar- FROACAID III Tills VlCIWTT. Let the People Understand that DODGE'S 8T0HB Is one of tlt ESTABLISHED INS1ITUTIONS, OF CAR1IOLL COUNTY, THE CllOAKINGS OP THE ENVIOUS TO THE CONTRARY NOTWITHSTANDING. hold your mm, Feliuarv 2."th, 1 858.