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Wtrebington, March 3. , -M ii';.f ' .ti'irr -''"' .S-a-gjC' - - I .-- "- x:a....i memorials: Tetitions, A-were rFeserj ted, including resoloticipe froaalliei Wisconsin Legislature-tn faTor of extend-; ink boootiea a AptU;!,':;''' ! Mr. Davis introduced an amsnamenf to tbe joint resolutioo-iaomeod tbe censtita-, tion, which provides that no person whose, mother orVrutid irrolrrer$s atrro shall be: entitled to tbe bone5 of oitiieqsbip and' also that the VSlafes bf.Maine and Massa-! cbrisetts eball constitute one. Stele, to, be Vslled East New Ennlaod ; . and Vermont, fw Hampshire, Uhode Island, and Con necticut ornher, tc t.e called West New' CErTfclaod. Ordered printed.' '"-'' I Wilson introdwwd the- Ilnosejoint ' refluliori for continuance of the. payment .of Douches to April lst, as reported fr.m biriiI1ttirj'CfmtriHte,- with a letter fri to tSearetery Teounmending that it be passed giSBWlSdiatelyy - ;; : .: ' . ; The renlution was. t,esed without a tnenJment. ..' . ' ; Tte bill t prevent military And naval . frffiders fr Inteiferiog in - elections was hsbIM tip4-ofd'i': Mr Pjwef addressed the Seoate at grest lent! h- ' 'iMr.',Po'"c-ll'i!rfnderiin?d: the interference ley ilietn.litary with fletrrioos, saying that) e were the trly pent who would toler nts it, end h'H the President responsible . Tor -hrl si)fcffifiiritnieutd upon tbe locel , laws i-f ;ho S:u. IHIliAdjitlWod. - ' - -J ; ''t-jpiSF-FtpniSiEVTafH-E: " r Mr. WiUun. of I ;ws, ofiered m res-' lction tHrvtifinji f-iilWK)- B-lditionar copies vt tien. Gro-tit'a military report,' which waa referred to comtnJtfe rn printing. r . CoI. 'Ambrose W. Clurk,.frra committee Coi wmting, reported lo favor'of prirtifig 60,000 copies cl the Agriccl.ural llerjort flebnte ensued, during which Mr; Griti--' tell, of luwa, spoke about the propriety tf . -ndrreimtir)i at pabfis 'expense the docu .irts:of toilitary candidates. '' j tw'Mf. Mallsry asked w'haf the gentleman men by military candidates. i j I'l'MtOGrirBell-l'tnean 'military oaodi "ffaffe9 forvhs Presidency. ; - i T- M r -M niter j Does tbe gentleman mean .w'Jn1 Grant f ' l- : w t: : 'i-'Wf 'r nr.eUGenerilXJr9nt is a cardi . dste Icr ( utiirg dowe the rebellion. Your "ittididme'has been deaJ n3 mumhs. -Mr. Mi.! y WboMs thutT "''' " ,fMr. Orinneri--I meB"G?t. NcClellan'. .5M-. MHory-OU ! you njietake Mo .. Clellan in a live man. . MrStrsw, nf Penn.', p'oed with' Mf JSti rfr,:pf New Turk, that, : of ll prrnted .'(tiitBeEifSj-note waB more valuable than Ayittlfsrul IReport. It wa very poor J eanDuiiij in orgin wun pnniing me trail trip of a steambiiftlWhisb 'woold ost three times as mnub as the Dumber of e'pies pro 'pt)eiJ.' Why ni;t ec'-'nmizs in the eipea iiwrs of the tolili'jns' and millions to lav jshiv appropriated ? 1 u o'lii'n resilutiun ft.r prtr.tinj; 5 000 copies.; iM th Agricultural Import wb oidered to. a trH.ti!d. : - v.:--. n Mr, Fenton replied to tie former remarks. 4 (5tr. I errtt.ii'Ju tV ood otd MrJ Drooks, rs-.Pr 'hst tSe Srpretnry 'of tbe Treasury, liKd the e'eatpst d:(B;:ultie, hr d mnnnged .tolir liecal nffiirs w-ith ctirtvalcd ubili'y and -Ounces ': -y . : ; Mr. Hulainn m oveJ to lay the pdJ bill on the table. N'ot egre d to aye9 54, J nsjs 70. . . The Flcrtda Vlaster. After Yl.rr33 of time.we bein tn pat ftie . tfctnils ol Liacnln's kte Presidential move-: 'toenrin Fforida, nnd which rosuJteiJ'so disastrously to the hopes of our "honest" : l?,r.e!"ic,er,'e'; 8r,d also slihcugb this is eoarc.ly woTtb msntioniog in connection With the other evil tj the lives end pres- tigo of Uilmore's gbllatt army. 'Honest " Oid Abe" seems unfortunate in his elec- tianeering optrati.ns. Pomer-y mtiated, in WasbingtotJ, a most ungrateful crusade gainst bis re-tlection, wbosa ingratitude "end hnmiliaticg character cuIoMDated in this reception extended to bia, hunt fur vo CTtr9 in Fljrid. Chase, the: New York ' Tribune and Florida are evidently abead "thtw tar in the scrub raco between them ""eno'he presebt incumbent Lr the Presi .dfney. . Our jficular cLisf once said he , "didn't amount to pig tracks in tbe War '" Department." The same seems to be true 'io other places, among which not the least CTnpieuocs Is'Florida. ' It is gatting to be pretty clearly assertaiuod that he d-es not anDnot to pig tracks anynbere ai Pree- I r1 Jont, ne a candidate for re-election, or as tfii? leader of a military eipiditioo in Fiur - tin. " - By tlmse pcopla who gee in every event,. vuiwovor vast or trivial, the manifest inter- -ition of a higher power, there wiH be 4vuudjwqjfttbiog jroiddntial in the defeat . -oliour a?my aud Oil Ate a hopes in Fluri- 0 a a.... tian;H:,a a bgtterv was in advance ti,ana..as we havelearnad, lost forty men, 5 fwry two UOrses, and bve of its puns . 0 iog to the extermination of this battery !T tbo whoje e Juma was thrown into confu s" eio nd finally routed. ;. . a. i isn offitwr of thnt buttery, in writing to ,o Lis.frienUs, sayp tha:t : C ; "It was our misfortune to have for sup .ort a oegro regiment, who, by running f 'away, caused us to lose our pieces." : -T! r Old Ale's mission was to manufacture . Jtrotea and free the negroes, both of which "twra.iuirfuitoos, aod benoe .subject to the . xeprjbcnsiun of Providence. Providence .tbereXore signally interposed, and convert ed the very objects of Old Abe's highest oharityJnta iastrufueota fjr bis defeat. jf; JThareboke thus given him should be taken. j,by tbe whole Abolition party, for it shows . f-tliero that their expensive and pbilabtbro.. ,,.,pic Bcheoia of freeing and ormiog tbe , Jiegroes is everywhere proving a failure. ,. .-,,.We.dj not, however, suppose that tbey 4 will-receive Uisaxter as. alesxoo; ou .f iUe contrary, tbey, will dispose of the negro v; soldiors running away as they did of tbe i.; 'fh'ylesftlj deaths . of eontrubinds on the 'ci,?j86i-.PP-ro'rge it. to Gad. ; . : Trie only effect we hope from this on f irt-nato result ij that peoili will see that t!i- PrdsTiISiiTls nut successful iu his new ltTteiuf. m-J'tsry chieftain; that .be has pz prated a fkllure in everything he haa un t j4or;ukn, from tbe moment he left fiatboat t,".: tp4 up-1 the hour hit nero ro'diers ran r,: ayvJ'rm itba rebel: Jiie in Florida. .aviXj'AiMtya Times. ft ; - ; : ' . . .- .. c V. ! From IVorfolU, Ta. , . . . . . , rbiladelpbia, March 4. A oieol-l lo ths Inquirer from Norfolk. "Last evening fighting commenced be , . tweoo our foroes aud .those of the enemy ftt Dae d Cut. ten mile from this city. The particulars are not known." Bh t 51 ' ' ' -: Baltimore, March 4. ; i A Norfolk letter of the 2d says:. :1 ; tJ f f " Yesterday a Lieutenant and nl teen men of the 5.b Psonsylrania Cavalry, while on t,t aoxpditioorwere captured ty the rebels in Dismal Swamp. ,' The manoeuvres of the rebels mean tx something, though .they may be intended as feints. It is not likely that tbey will .-: attempt a i dash, on Norfolk. Gen. Butler .j.. is fully prepared aod ready for any move -JcCioaot wuicb they may design. Several gentlemen who started for Ro- anoke Island, byway of tbe Chesapeake and Albemarie Canal, have just returned, .TV i and report tbe canal ' infveted with rebsU t3-in large Tiumbors. Tb boat got as far as Great Bridge, twenty miles from this . V plaoe, wkeo a prudent regard for their fekl safety compelled tLein to retire." ""Uonest Old Aba" offers the assitanesof ' ol the army aod navy- of tbe United States, . to ebabb, ona-teotb of the voters of any 8bellioirs Stato.' to iovern tbe other Eine ' tenths, and this ba oalifl "guaranteeing' republican form of governmenr" "OLib '3 artyl'wbflt orimes are committed in toy 'tiftme." Kunkulcee' Union. -"""JLn American lady fainted while being ",' oreaented to the jimpress tugenie, io Yta. The nplitntnt. latter was delighted at tbe JQLIET SIGNAL. JOLIE T, I LL INOI S . OrjTICIALPAPER OF TBK CITt . Tuesday, March 8, ISB4, i: Ihree Years of RcnblTf3an..L: Rule. JfV- JF,CWaUffw. fbe third anniversary of the reigo of UepublVoanism,' end should have beenyje)pbrjated io daa.-'form by the vast array of officers aa'd 'shoddy contract rstbetira now feasting upon tbe vitals of the nation, n. j.'i A i , ,Qo tbe lourtb of March; 18CI, Abraham! Linculn, who ..bad ben eleitd Preideat' of tbe United .d ata by, a; .eeot.iofial party on a sectional platlorm, was inaugurated as Chief ,iiagewat of the .Uoited itatesj The nation was then ouited ' and powerful respected ttnd' ' feared abroad, and loved and cherished at bomeJ- The'bloody stains of war bad not crimsoned our fair plainej nor the demon' of destruction: been turned loouv ; Prosperity . peace "and hapjiineBS prevaileJ over . the 'Ouuotry," and a bright and glorious lotbre. was in prospect.' V But op ''poleni, . inntand tirpursoing (Jsa'cVa; course' fts. would co ntinue this stats oi inings, rfjectea an overtures for am- promifle and conciliation, and persisted in fbiir parfizan and intolerant fchemesiU 'An 4 "the result is" now before u. "' . '' The Vniori: of Statba; has .been brbken tip. aod war in Its mriSt appal licg and eru el typo roges "over out'. ' land. Our once peaceful shore? are now.' disturbed by tbe f tread p. of vast armies and our rivers and seas blackened y Iron clads and "other vessels "of war. ,,'Our', oommerca'bas been destroyed, oar trade broken up and all branches of industry and thrift pro-trated. ThclrTcdit of ttenation has' depreciated eo tbat G vercmerit, jiptos are worth less than eiity cents ca tbe dollar. . . ; "' Ad 'politically, the constitution the equliy. o'f "the '.'States' under itH-their tigbt fcieupreme looal legislation in tliwr domes- tic cnncertis the freedom of speech 4he freedom ol the press the freedom of pop, ular suffrage the rights of peraonal liber ry tie iiiviuianie right ut private proper ty under stats laws the right of trial by jury-land the right of the civil authority to hold the military .in strict subordination, bave been violated io the name of liberty liberty to tbe black men but military despotism and tyranny fur white men ' The .darkest page in tbs history of the three years. of Ivepuiflioau rule, is the re sults that'tbia cruel war has bruught upm tbe people:. Every town, neighborhood and family have suffered t'y the war. There is not a neighburbood. tba; Las not given a portion of the flower of its youth and manhood to the cause. Many have fallen in battle,' some have come back crippled for .li'e, and otbe.e bave returood with constitutions destroyed by disease. 1 Our country inde.d is ilutbed in muuraing and tbe 'voice of wailing comes to ua from ihousaLda of bereaved homes. . And u.'l tbis (offering, and sorrow, aod desolation, and Jeath, we b'.lieve, might bave been avoided bad ot7 KepuUnwr.rai ere listened to the oiee of reason and jus- t'ice and manifested the sprit of concilia- tion which auimated our fathers, or adher ed to tbe object of the war, "to defend and maintain the supremacy of tbe consti tution and piaserve the Uuiun with all the dignity aod rights of the several states on impaired," 'in preference to tbe pestilent Abolition crusade for the total destruction of State equality and tbe ireedom of the negroes. ...... f Surely, the country will have enough of Abolition rule by tho time the remaining year of Lincoln's term of office expires, oud will be;, eager for a eharge. Our greatest fear is that by tbe time another year of Republican rule shall, buve gene by, there will not bo enough Lift pf too cooniry worth saving. Bat let us bida oqr time and hope that the next year of the present ' I Adminihtration will not be as desolating as those whose bloody record . has been al. leady written. The Soldleri for SleCJeliau. During tbe paafr few weeks we have con versed with scores of private soldiers on tbe subject df the next- Presidency, and, without an exception, tbey expressed them selves in favor of the. flection of Geo. Mo C.ellan. The officers and others hoping for promotion declare" for Old Abe and the nigger,; but the brave bpys who do the hard fighting areor sMcClellao and tbe ooostitution. . Our opinion is, if the sold iers are left ,frte to. exercise their own chojee, that Old Abe will carrvbula small portion of them. t.The men who are fight ing for tbe Union, want a maa to lead and represent them and that ni? u is George B McClellan." ': ' 'u ' McLMeilan'ie all right' with the soldiers lie bas served too many campaigns ia tbe army,, to . be neglected , by them. ; They understand his position and are aware of bis bravery and patriotism," and' will not darert bim lor any Abolitionists hot even exoepting Old Abe.1. We do not claim to be - prophets, but if George B. McClellan, tbe soldier'add the rtfcteaaien, be uot elected. President next fall, bravery, patriotism, and eminence as a scholar and Statesman are of no ojrail Certainly if the question be left to the de cision of ihe private soldiers be would be the next President. ! '?" -' ! - ' A Deserved ArpoiSTMUNT. The ctim- i erous friends of Mr. A. Mcintosh, of this city, will be gratified to learn tbat be bas been apyoioted-and confirmed, as Quarter Master in .the United States ;, army. ' Mrj Mclntoeh, though in ardent" nd active politician, has always conducted himself in such a manner as to onmmand ' tbe re respect of all parties.' Tr'ue' as a friend, and gentlemanly and courteous ,, in .inter, course, his good fortune is iregretted by none. " Though he is not of the Sumner tribe, be has, perhaps, done ' more to build np tbe Republican 'party. h ;: tbisj county ! than any other one in it and "Honest Oid Abe" should bave remembered bim soon er. ' ' " ' " ' ' , 0?r ton the Wak. Capt. Barnett's bau lery and the C6tb Illinois regiment, which had boen in camp near this chv for several days, left for the seat of war on Friday evening last. Tbe gallant fellows were . , , . , . . f 4 hioipal affairs' to.bia soooosgor in as cros vtons to their departure by tbe patriot la I u- e . . . T - dies of tbe city, for which the Colonel re turned the thanks pf tbe regiment in appro priate terns. ; , . Result of City Election. ifOLIETHSTILE. DEMOCRATIC Loyal Lefcgvers Noa cst'lmVcntwa t f ? 1 ' I ' Our monicijlftl election .'came.ff on last Tuesday B?Temcoras bnre ni reason ten oa 9 over tiu result. ; I Ni.reular numinatiaas waraVmad the Democrats; and the couseqoence was that two Democratic tickets were in the field. The Loyal Leaguers however were on band with their secret nominations. The vote was very light, bot it was Strong rroogh .gentlemen Bi matt ahead 'bf ' twos, showing that Abdiiionism is in as oaa oaor as ever jn Johet. ; NotwithPtaoding the Democracy were divided, and the Abolitionists brooght out their ticVer on the He ;of .' elrciicD'ni.t a a single Abolitiitiiet Was elcciel ' to ( See in the city The officers elect, from Mayor to police ci etalilts, withoat a ezeption, detest the ; ernicKms herecies T the nPCto j e'quafify party." Iu ' fact, it was acleao J sweep ir th Damooiat-y.tbe Iyl;League 'otters bewg hif peJ r.m n.j branchy ; Thi tDu1t must la anyihing but ei.- ifi-'UfsBg ttf the uWipletTvf ' Abrabam in t ". ; uty. uaa a -aouoid ciiauce ; but I when tl votes vrsre c.-Uoted ouj, it was ;foi'n1 thai'thy bad cjmiut, tf.i.'rd. lt?i I in the race. They polled less than iv.0 fvuudred' votes, about a quarter of tbs vo;e o1 the city.1 '. . j ' ; - i; ' ' - ! ' i- ' v ' , ' Tbe relative strength, of tbe 'two" Demo- oratic tickets in the field was nearly cqul. A portioa of Che candidates -on each were elected. . . ; Tbe gentlemen chosen to tboarioos city offices need na ir.trod,ufttion from us. :Most of them are-o'ld residents of tbe city,- and all qf .tbem well qualified for the posiiio'ne to wliich tbey b?9 been assigned by. the totes of thoir ftll..w "citiaeB. Their elec tion is 'a -sufficient cusrantee 'that - the : affairs f our city "will jje managed with prudence, fiJt-lJ-y and , ability .during. tbe J68'-1 1 v' ' . The result of this election should cense our political opponents to abandon, the hope of err icarryiag the eity. ,Iby are. indeed in a .bipel6fe minority; 'nop can tbeir "dark lanfern league society lift them fr..m tbeir proHtrnvioo. .'.Tbe people of Juliet bave seen too much f the evil fruits of RepuU;eanim in State and Na itunai uoveriimarits to oluw it to get pis-. HC8MOU ol our city government. , . i, t . . Bot, in conclusion, we have a '.word of advice to i ff-r our' I)oiriucTtic ; fricrd of toe city, which they nmy heed or not, es thry think -.r..per : Our large D-'iu .Cralio majority has feen the means of originating icPque.'i in' our partv.wLich. if not checked," m-iy'ultittiately' ovvrwb'ltu us tfith defpHt. For some years lack, two set of D.?rro crafic'eurididates if not more, bave been run at' city 1 clions. lAod this state of affairs bos been encouraged until there has grown up a bitterness of. feeling amuagst Democrats, greatly to be depreoated, if bot severely crndemned.' - - ' '.',l'!; - iT ' Now, in the future, it should Jbe' tbe aim ol every Demi crat io tbe city to di.couo irinnce these peruoal differences amongst their p..liL:;'l friecds ' It is proper that all should have tiieir personal preferences when it comes to selecting candidates for offioe, but tbey ib;.i:l 1 not i.e adhered to to tbe damage of the party. Ilencefoitb, let tbe Democracy unite in convention for nominating candidates, and d justice to all classes in selecting tbeir ticket, and J .liet will continue to be tbe pride and glory of tbe State as heretofore. . The Abolitionists hold their convention in B .itiaioro on the 7th of June to nomi nate canidntps fi tPiiesidBnt and VieePres-l i Jent. Tbey euli ou all voters who are for an unconditional maintenance of the Union that is, thop who want no Union at all if tlvery Uvea All who desire the su premacy Ail the constitution are invited They nrean sll :. who believe that the con stitution is suspended id time of war, and that life. liberty and property are at ctbe ( discretion of the commander-in-chief Tbey invite all who are for the complete suppression of the rebellion by vigorous war, and al! apt and elEectual me.Kns, con-, stitotional or unconetitunel, right pt wrong. Tbey call themselves the "Uojon' party. Tbey all hate the old ' Union always did bate it. Tbejr cow propose to poll it down and erect another to suit them. The main point to be severed is to have a Uuion that they cn' rule, in which they can get all the. spoils.. Gi;antin .that point, they would compromise all else. ' The government haa 40,000 diseased, hoses at Washington that are. "dying off rapidly. The men who are taking eare of the horses contract ( the', disease, and are dying at the rate of tea or. fifteen daily.-, Speculators are;:rurcbaing. those dissnsed torses and taking bem to various' parts-of' me country, ana tbe disease will doubtles epraad through the ,.com,trj, spreading m.wA c,u Huiung men ana aoii mals. : ' m iPiThe Aliolition- papers are tryieg to disguise the Tact that the disaster tov nur a'rmy( in Florida ia mainly dug to the cow1 ardice of'negro .tro'iips. ,'. These c lured, pet of tlte Admin Mtration .must be shielded from disgruos, though white .'soldiers re eacrifioed by the thousand .oo'tbeir uc-' count.. ... . ... . .-. v , ! I.TEitB!TiNa to Farmers As farmers are about commencing their spring work, we weulJ take pleasure in recommending them to tbe immense hardware establish ment of W ' S. Brooks. Hie assortment of of plows, coin planters, and other farming implements embraces everything, required in tilling our prairie eo.il. " . Soldier Snot A -soldier belonging to the CG:b regiment, "provioua ,to ther leaving on Friday; was accidentally' shot through tbe bead by another soldier, who was firicg at a dog, through a car window. Tbe woood was believed ,to be mor tSl. -' - '-.;. . ' ... . Ex-MaVoe Stkono It is due from ns to say that Ex Mayor Strong, in his retire ment from tb6 responsible office which be bas so faithfully filled' during (be past year carries with him the confidence and respect of onr citizens. :'. During his administration of tue government of our city, be has had embarrassments 'and difficulties of no or dtntry cbatactar rto . .encount-jr,' tut sar' mounted them all and bands star the mn m. Tbe duiies of his office" bave been arduous and oomnlieated,' but hie met them as became s faithful guardian of the people's right,. to -disprmevf tire I.wA0"MV"r' nin is as.aN .th.f the Democratic ticket. ' W1-!tT aod hi P"icy de- rhu i.v,...;.. nooncea as -vaci utmg anfl indeclMve." . v IbllVXI t " I.UUlfiiH- I Opposing the -Government. The ultras, beaded by greenback Chasa. tJTHley, Sum"r7c?TWade, Tr"mba,'l. Love- joy and others tenths radical etartfp, have nicir qmierie upon "U on est Old cnticiss or drssanrtrom theotTcT knd acts Of the Administration, they are now found amongst the bitterest of .hie revilers.... In a recent document sent forth to tbe peoplo as embodying tbe sentiment! i sf tbe lie is arraigned .for coosjantly roing "be-' tween two theories, taking no positive ground for either,'- bnt' holding n to-the skirts oT both.', . ' ' . -';' ' . v This Abolition RepuUwa'ra'ife,lo also declares that tbe peojls have lost aH con fidence in the ability of tner President to suppress 'the.,' rebellion and reatorajtbe Union, and reqarks that "his iote rest is to tiroloflg tbe war as am vans of perp'etnatiog bis powr." v " i'i i In r-;ferene ta ths, two tbeoriea recard- irg the rebellion; this anfi Lincoln Abolit- 4 ion doeotnenf, say:-' r Two ri,(..,r. inl:rga'd to it be'ia'nd n.w divi.le th.i An;pi(Mh'i.e 1 Oho ic. that tbe outhi'rV'ftatHVrfre Vlfll Mutes of ti e Arofrican U- ion ; that therr neven.1 C-r.erituti.ins and 1 iw, thnnjjh siUnt in the presrnce' ol the re'bt-I piwr, 'wit upn the nif prefsion .f the rebellion rviv,and Jlie beopfe return to the r frmflr rights Tho other theory is. tWt'thiy re no long er stairs in the American Union, in the sense of the o, nrtituti in tut tbs rebellion having acquired the trength and consis tency of a belligerent power, the status of the entire population has been changed, from cUiiers to aliens, and they di not re turn to tbeir rights upon theVuppression of tbe rebellion, "but only to such as tTie su preme legislative power may give them Had Mr. Linci In adopted either one of these theories and adhered "to it vigorously, be micht lonz'fiinee bave ended the rebellion t&'lla,! he cJibsen iliefnat, lit coutd,le-' fore this, hare brovyhl buck ihe states wiVt; incir twsUlulwns and latcs; stares and all. tiaa ue adopted be other, and sustained Fremont and Ilunter. "the friends' of fri- dom Inotf'that. the rrliel " i rrt'i a mlchi. have ' teen tsvr rtbn wn "ar.d " rba whole" territory io possession of the United States " (wUq i te manacles of., every lve p'trloken off, .fro'rii ' lleSoeqaeb'annan Wthe' Kio' 'w.'.v i.j;,;, . ;: .. ". . . , This certainly is a serions cliarga, upm which .to arraign ' tho Government." -. The rtsponsibility' of 'prolrwiging thewar is ;laced,direeilv.upn his 'shoulders. All the blood and all tbe treasure that ..have been garitifi vd during the last twe yesrs, -is directly chaf gjl t'Hccording to the opii -i il uf the judical thuinpi .tie, to the vac lh; a ting course til the President and has been a cruel and needless waste. If it be triVn t oppose "the Govern ment" in time of war, eurily Chine, and HraeeGreeWy, nnd their adhereuts, are the veriest of traitors ' ' Now that tbe abolition papers have act oily opened the warfare on old Abe, the "copperlead" Journals may as wrll mire from the contest, as the superiority in power of vituperation of tbe former is as appareut sb it has heretofore been n other subjects. Greeley, for instance, who never does tbinge by halves, walks into our "sec ond Washington" at every opportunity. Here is a specimen: .- Ihe Haa: II. Winter Davis, of Mary- janu, is hub oi me aoiest men in the presv eot CJPgr9B. ' Elected as to oot-and-out loyalirtt, administration man and emaci pationit, be cannot endorse thr sily, crude, inconsistent and dangerous expedients if IlooPBt Old Abe in the way of reconstruct tion, but flaily tells him these things will never do. Let President Liocolu prepare to lake in bis sails accordingly, fur a 1 dis passionate, thoughtful meu agree' in opin ion upon this bubinesa with Winter D I' "' J. . ..." The Democracy can now stand aMiie and watch further 1 developments in this KiU kenny cat fight among the "only origiral b yaliiitH ol the jcuuotry, with a supreme indifference whether tbe busbaod or tbe beaT comes out triumphant. Small Pcx. We learn that a few cases of tbis disease exist at Cams Erwin Dear tbis city.- It is hoped that precaution may be taken by our city, authorities io oor.fine it to its present locality. 'In the meantime let those wbo bave not been. vac cinated, delay it no longer; This ".loath some disease rages inmost ot the" towns and cities io tbe country, and in some lo calities in an epidemio form. . . Sivord Presentation. . Captain Logan, our patriotic friend who give up a respectatb civil office, to take part io tbe burdsbips, dangers and pcrilB of the war bas been presented with a beau th"ul sword. We'can assure the1 donors tbat be will sever dishonor it. The fol lowing 'is his acknowledgement of tbe present:' no; " ' To Messrs! B; F.-'Ruaa!!. WT.....1' George M on r'o, Cfiar!es If. Weeks. Trel Schring, George House JameB Qo.drjced f: rur". av. Xj iarner, tlenry SoHpp and T. L. Breckinridge. ,ooiuiBmeii-uu my return to this; city J ,11 vinB( i n nuMinevs connected with my Regiment. I was agreeably surprised i n being presented bv you, t'biougb ny grood Irierid, B F. Russ. II, Esq . with a syl- niid fvtrrd, tit-It and Hash 1 admit my if lability to find words with which fully to f xpress my thanks for the beautiful gift. I trust, gentlemen tbat my future act,J nnu .i.(iCru iu me irrnBe di iry Dieeu ing country will te"of such a character, as to merit a coMi nuance cf oui esteem and coofidence so flatteringly mnoife-rted, and tht y .u will never have cause to regcet being tbe donors to your huuibh servant of this gift, which I highly j,riie and 0f which 1 assure ya I wiH evr be proud. I remaio, gentlemen, A ynnr humble ser vabt, ""'' ," IIenrt Looan. Captain - . -'.Co- C4th 1,1 Vols, ; Joliet, Feb.' 57. 18C4. ". From PI. Louis. .'.'" St. L Hii, Maroh 6. ' The statement made by tha Washington correspondent ,l tbe New York Commer cial that Sherman was at Vioksburg on tbe 24th ulc, aod that he will soon start on another expedition, is a great mistake. None of Sherman's fc trees had reaohed Jackson on the 24th, and Vicksburg ad vie es of ths 27 tb made no mention nfjis arri val there or of any contemplated new movement. MoPberson's ' corps; which reaohed Jackson on tbe 24th,will probably remain there for tbe present, but another expedition wiH not likely be made very soon. " :"' , . ' . . J- ' Parties from Gen. Grant's front say it is not probable tbat any fighting will take place there for sbme time vet. ";- f Great Trcths" I am not a great man. Abraham Lincoln. ' ;. j , . , ' It i easier pay small sura than it is te pay a lnrger one . .4 Lincoln, i , ' Ite eausr topay a debt when-yon have ths money than it ia when you haven't zot i rroiri Washington. New York. March A sengers bave come! through fnim" Kilbat ri. k. wbou. they Urtsome ten fe.U taijth of Uam ver Junotori. on Wednr-sday msra- in, in. commAeoi.bad most Jth.-mugbly and effectually destroyed the VirKioiV Central Rmlroad from Beaver Dhdi to Jlaattter-JjiaoUoo, aod the Riohn44-od Fredericksburg Railroad from the Malta. pomyvBride, tube Paroanky Hiver. tbe enitr listauce destreyed being over forty TK.H Km a t...:rr .... -" untu eiinig ssirmi.tiiinir au-riftgHhe- .vafee ba it was o.8nsd most ly to the advance of K loatrick'ah, ' A; Wyds ' HamptoaV. rsbV Cavalry are krYowh-to"b reci-tipyia the coon try to ...o ncc. ui i une ei marcn ' takeo by our' caval-y, it i -1 rotable that this is the ably rebel tor that has been engage ed. r . . If the spolistii n ujwa the lines of the two - mads in as 1 complete as represented, Lee will' be ompelled to move his army frm ft prewtit 'poiivl'Vn to'snbsist it, for, uils the rebels hsve faSlitiea far greater than any we possess f r constructing rfcit toa, rt:W'HI tiks them at feast'loar Weeks to repair the damagM r-: - : ' ! -"Ali.THpi.rts concur" in estimating ii)at at rio time as Gen; Lee's armv had a I supply than lrom six to ten day's rations n hand.' -. -it- :. - It U reported that Gen. Kilpatrick found tbV c.'U.itrt through which ee pased al m' st dretitute ol Aaud for man (ir'bsakt, and, as ii 'troop! went in ligtrs marehing ordk, he has' been compelled 'to" push Tor ward wiih a 1 poi-aible speed. Tbs'raln xtorm of Monday night and Tuesday had been a great drawback to bis movements ; but. as it has been clear and cool for tbe pant two days, it r hoped that ere this the command has armed 'nt a point where it can at leat obtain -Supplied I ' ...... The Tribune' ' Washington special eayst : ' i v.- - . Kilpatrick reached Loia Court House on Monday njght, , He. destroyed ,tb rail f.ilkd ' Tor severaf' miles) 'a"nd homed to wards the Pttmonky Rivr.-' He was to have been in' 'Richmond on Wednesday morning. : Confidence in hi- succefS ia weaieoed only ty tbe arrival in Ilichtnond if'L'ingstreet's veterans;- " ' ' Kilpatrick hav5,200' picked men and several moon ted batteries, and for rapidity of movement marcl.es in three colamns." T'" Another special to the Tribune reporta inai rvupatner ts' expected to return to diy tia cn of the fords near S:et ensboro.' and discredits' the tumor. l-tit bis being at 1 ! - St If another dispatch reports the arrival of one of Kilpatriek's-seuu's, ' who leltbor b'rees within f mrteoo miles of-Richmond and states that a junction bad been formed with Gflti; Butler's force. They bad des troyed the "p18 and railroad in their rear, and euoounrered no serious opposition.' ' Deserters confirm the - destruction- cf the 'LrHga over - the Psmorky' River and the telegraph - Gen.- Lea sent a formidable foiee nl cavalry "arid artillery to see what was the-matter. They 'also state that, when Gf n. Cotdr wa ac?rt iin d to be in the ' rear of Charlotte sville,1 E ell's wtn-lrt corps Was sent there to resigt our nd'airc."' :'- ' .. .. The Times' Wasbiogton special dispatch says-f ' ,: '' 'The'War Depairtinert has inf. rmaiion that L-nastreet's forte iw i(, Uichmmd Kilpatrirk's 1, r.-e ia 6,000. and be has' twenty fotiT t;S thirty 'six hours start of ihe Tvhi- ctival'y." ' A World telegram l-.as' rouiiir that a general undemanding, if uot an orgaoix i tinn, prevats 'among tbe viegra population of Richmond aud i s environs, for tbe present 'aid and c.imfort of Uni,:n refu gees and prisoners, and fir the rur;oe if helping- on any attempt to capturs the city-. ,. ' Washington, March 4. ;The Presi Jen,, ban received a dispatch from Gen. Butler, stating tbat Gen. Kil Patrick arrived yesterday within our lines, with the logs of less than fifteen men. He bad several ekiriuishes. Among our mis sing are Cola. Dahlgreo, Cook aud Litch field. The two former are supposed to be prisoners, r K lpatrick destroyed a large portion of the j Virginia Central Railroad, several miles along tbe James River, and other valuable rr opeity.. lie (.eoetrated to the outer lortificatioDs of U thoiuod. . ritui tbe feoutu. : New York, March 3. The Richmond Exa-miner of tbe 24. h says : ... "An official dispatch was received at the War Department last night from Gen. Polk, staling that Sherman's forces had evacua ted Meridian,' and were retreating' in two columns to ards Virksburg. It is suppos ed thst, finding bis designs on Mobile thwarted and bis cavalry reinforcements intercepted, and being in d.stre-s ftr sup plies, be was forced to abandon this expe dition and take the despernte expedient ot a "retreat through a country strip urd supplies and laid waste by bis ndv&nce. Whether he cao retreat successfully remains to be seen.' "': ; : Philadelphia, March. 3. A epeeial dispatch from tho Washington C hronicle'u&ee to tbe Press says : ' Richmond papers announce with un feigned regret the appointment of Braxton Bragg as Commanderiu Chief f the rebel army, over the , head of Gen. Lee. They also acknowledge, a heavy loss of ' life in Fliridtt' '' '. '- . New York. March 3. " We have Ridm-md papers to Mondav i lasr, inclusive. - iteir war ners is not im portant. Dispatches from Demopnlis Ala., of the 23d, represent the Union force un der Sherman as making a retrfgade move meet.' "Their stories of tbe cavalry fight ing inNortbern Mississippi are abont the same as curt irom Memnhis. Urant'a movements' botherett them, though tbey 0'iiini thai Lis advnDO- has been' reported They sayr that "the ' fjoion fores passed I tbrouen funnel Hill on ths 26th: and would not probably make a stand nearrr than Chickamaug. Lotgstreet's retreat is partially confessed. '" i A Mobile -diat'atc.h of ths 231 says tbat firing wa opeDsd that day upon Frt Puw ei.'' Six Monitors anJ four gunboats sbeU led all day - ; ' The Florida affair is tnado much of, and with reasun, tiut the: rrbels concede severe losses ou their sids, "Lieut. Austin. U. S-Rnlnrs one of tbe escapes from Liby. had hero retaken Thirty-one Uoion nri-ioners 'rsfan-d while gninis from Richmond to. Georgia, near Au-! gDSTQ. - - ' '':. The editorials of the j lurnals before an are full of brog shout the bright 'prospects of the South, aod the dfspe rution, demor alisation, bankruptcy, and utter hdpeless nes of the North. -: . . . -. ,s . From Cairo. Cairo, March 4. The steamer G. W.Grabam arrived from Memphis tbis morning, with dates of tbe 2d iut,; .... . . .. t . , Tb? guerrillas have left Crittenden eoun ty. Ark , except one company, commanded by Ilill, with hsadqiiarters at Crowley's Ridge. - It is rumored that tbe othere io tead returning, in a day or two to annoy boats. ;..... Richardson. Forrest A.Co,' ,ars at New eomba Cross Rads, eigbtee'o miles out on tbe Pigeon Roost read from Mem phis. ." . The jUtde Rock Democrat of the 20th SSM. - . ' : Jberebela are falling Ur across Red River. ..i;be rabel .ute officers ' were at Washington, but would go to Texas and Msxioo if oecessary, and take the records with them. . , ; . r . -Cairo, March 4 :'; When Gen.. Sherman was at a point twelve milee Sael of Meridian, on tbe lltb ult., he seat a part of bU fwoa to Selma not back to Meridian, as Teported in last A special tnTrS&, from WTsbifnii too, ssys it i t s "A k?09 !" Poto4, dated 8:30 ibis marainir. states thki night's dispatches. Tbis information. ing derived from niSciel eourees, settles tbe queetfetrss to SbermanVocen9atipa af Selras. XTbe railroad .between Jackson' and Meridian has been wholly destroyed. Ths latest advices sre that part fef-Sber- man's forces is still at 8 aim a, and thai the remainder have falleq back to .Meri dian. ( 1 t i 3 t The. 4th Iowa Infantry,' veteran toluq,' teers;have arrived lYdm Na'sbvil's, en t'olile for home. '- f,k " 'riii r Europe?; '.- Halifax, March 3. The R yal mail steamship Canada, from Liverpool the 20th ult., via Queenstown ths 21st, has arrived. ' ' The Australasian, from New York,"ar rived at Q ieupUwn on tbe 19ih. - aia .'i Tbe- rebel stesmer Georgia bas Isft Brest '' ". w .y :.:;'. ; - '.-rr-:l , There was a vsgne rumor tbat France intends soon tii lecoeniie the- Southern Confederacy, ' : : , ,; Tbe Crsrman forces have entered Jutland.-' .; : ; ,t ' : tA . r ! , The Paris Bjurss wss fiat Rents CO r. 35 i v ; .; -. t ,-. ..,-..; The Archduke Maximilian will visit the Courts of Brussels. Pris,t and Windsor befnre tesving.fir -Mexico. . - -i i "CVnsdv' clnaed nt Q()J. - A-fall of fcir.ds was eaasectby tbs speteh cf PalmsrstOD, lucressing tb fiars Of other oomplications arising out f the Diniwh war." ' l ka Ei4il-sti Kqurfdron in the Tsgos bas bsia nrdsred ta raturo to Bnglsnd. Cotton dull and weak.' Braaditnffs qaiet aii steady, except wheat, which is firmsr. Privisiong flat. ' " - .ia .:..: , The French piiliey seems be setting in favor ot Denmaik, and m me of the- jour nals otter warnings to Prussia. ' The Germans were repulsed o the I8tb in a general attack tn the whole line jI the Danish position. i n The steamer Great Eastern has been Oharlered by Glass, LHit k Go.i U lay-Hie At'arttie cut li in the satomsr t.f 1865 . . Later Lond- n, Fsb. 20 The - Paris Correspondent of the Times say: -- i Napolern, will not fail any oppor tunity given to march French trtbps to tbe Rhine." .. -. ..; ! ... . . Litile cradit attaohes ta tbe reports! in tention i.f France t recognise the Con federates. 1 - . - ,. 'a ' Alt was quiet at Duppel m theigtbi' Ia ooi.sequsncs of ths ciroutioua rrfove ment of to G-rinao tronp. tbe "Danes were compellsd to evacuate Raiding, in Jutland. A cavalry engagement eubss qoently took plaoe, without decisive re- Suit.-: - i.i ;.- . Thirteen Austrian men-of-war are order ed 40 sea, to protect German merchant men" .- :. . .... . - The Danish frigate io tbeEnglUh Che nel had overhauled numerous vtsseN. . Lord Pulaerstou, or. Friday nght, spoke strongly as tu ib ; Aas4so.pi.tisian -ir.va bion. and was loudly cheered. He declined saying what the gi.ternmsnt intended to do if tbe Germans entered Jutland. W iilimn Moor, formerly Brithh Consul at New O. tsars, had died in Englued. ' Italw The Paris ccrreeposdent of ths Times ssys: . - : . ... rliports not unlike thcs afloat preceoN ing tbe Iial an war, ate in circulntion. Now, as then, it is said that agents are in' France buying arms Bnd munitions ol war of alt descriptions mi eecimnt of the Ital ian government, and naval stores are pur chased by them with th t erroission of ths French government." It is conseqnenilv conjecture i iSnt an attsct on some tvirt "f the Adriatic is contemplated by the luliuo govAinment '" Poland The inrnrgsnts attcVe) tbs Uasijn gamton a' Kausk e. and drove them out f the iown. Toe Roeiar s were then atiacted ! y another party of iotur gonts, and defeated with heavy lose." Tlie Conscriptluu Act. We hsve been waiting for an f.fficially certified copy of tbe new conscription ait receoily passd by ccngresa and ar.rr.ivsrf I hy the president, and it has finally Curoe to hnd.' It differs in n matnritl respect fromibe copy that baa appeared ia some oi toe papers already. The main fea'.ures of tbe act are the fal lowing: Tbs c!sses ars consolidated, Persons between tbe ages of twenty -and forty-firs are liable. It tbey sha!l reach twenty by tho time of the draft, tbey are liable. If tbey shall reach iorty-five before the draft, they a-e not subject. Exemptions, aside froni th.se who have served two yBrs,or mw in r-ervice, orrsj-jced l- phys ical or mental disability. Drafted prsone may furnish substitute i net eut j-ct 13 draft. Aliens wbo have voted or b?!d office shal! not be exempt. It dues uot derive thai imrotgratii tie who have taken the oath if retionchitin aod allegiance iu tbe declara tion of intensions, are sut ject to duty a it ought to do. But in right, and we suppose in law, they are. ' Non resistant, frt-m conscientious scru ples.'are when drafted, - to be assigned to hospital duty. Money commutation of $C0O exempts fur one year. ' , , Able-bodied mal colored perioos are to be enrolled tbs same as whites. W han a slave ot a loyal mat-tar ia draf'.ed'- bis mas ter shall have a certifies! thereof; thn slave nball be free, and a bounty ot 100 shall be paid to his 1 y master. When a slave luoteers, bia loyal toas ter shall receive a just compensation, not exceeding $300. to be awarded by a -ui-mission apnototed by tbe secretary vf war; and ths vcluLteer (hall be free. . Toe same omvisiot extend to colored ner. .eens previoflcly enlisted. -. si- ColorfcJ conscripts or v lunteen shall le cteditvd on tbe quota of tbe states from which they are taken, but they are not to be assigned as state troops, but are to be mustered into organizations as U. S color ed volunteers. ,Tbe money to pay masters of enlnr.H volunteers is to be payable out of the fuod derived from oouimutatiooa. lliess are ths espntial features of il,. iv - lji. direated.of legislative mu''tf (.Uoattoo .f rda,. A nsculiar featur wi 1 be nuticed he provision kr colored enlistments. If I . a . mis. tne Dounty tnonry i k6a from tre ,u. u rrcriTeu ut cowujuistioos. the state id which they enlit is credited with them ou. its puota. Thus a master gets $300 bbuoty for bis slave wbo , volunteers, aa4 his. slavs counts, besides, in h n,,r,i. to save him from the draft. Chicago Jour- 1 'uv. The very liberal offer made by Massa chusetts, through her executive, to the otheP states of tbe CoicD, should be closed iu with ere it be to late. She proposes, in substance, that if tbe other states wi:l fur nish all tbe troope and bear tbe other t-urdeus of tbe war. she will seres , to do the manufacturing necessary f tr tbe coun try; or, in other words, she : will take all contracts .fur , furnishing , shoddy coats, shirts, blankets,-&s., for the army and na ry. Illinois seems to appreciate tbis most magnanimous offer, for she fills bar quotas promptly, and meets the manifold demands upon her treasurer without a murmur S.aie Uegutier. ;" COUNCIL, PROCEEDINGS. Room or Tna Common Council Joliet, March 2, 1864J Regular meeting. Present bis Honor Msyor W. A. Strong, Jr., aod Aid. Dooiittls, lligiobotbeoo, Pae sold, Iiuoter, Cagwio, Austin, Leo, Cassy aod Porter. Minutes of the two previous meeting read and approved. The petition of S. II. Sao ford praying for perrnis-i -n to erect a wooden building on Ljt 3 to Block 21 Old Town of Jolier, wa presented and on . motioa . of Aid. Casey, prayer of petition was granted. Tbe petition of John Ilealy and others f .r t ie extension of the tiie wslk on tbe West eide of Ottawa street to Wallace at.' was presented aad on motion of . Aid. Ca sey, prayer oS petition was grsnted axd ordmanoe passed. (Sre ordinance.) v . CJj.rootion of Aid! Casey, B. .Bicbard nim to rtsjor liowsn for expsnsee ia Vsr It suit. . I 1 On motion nf AM t1..nl.,.i. . . ' """iiuc, ii was or- ii iu, mm ot I DOS. VTBrian J Patrick aadJ. Ileodle allowed Jan. 23d for verviee as nra police be and tbey ait hereby allowed 2 per night for said fsei vice. y Tbe Clleclor returned the General Wsr rsnt for tbs cukction of tbs taxes lor tbs ysai 1863, when on motion of Aid. Cas werObs time Tot tbe relurn of sad warrant . J A . I . . tbs time Tot the rel urn ofsa'd warrant xtended to v,he next regular meetinc ceuncif v .' ) V ' ) ' . Caswttl introduced the folloaibs: vii sue of the ce Aid n&olted, Jkat Inwo T MiHnpob City ouiieciur oi tne crry-of woiiet, woo w eiectea to thar office, at the annual mom- eipal eleotina held on tie 3d day sf Msrcb; 1803. te and be is . Ler.ly authorised as aucb collector tq com plate j the nollection of any taxes tr assessments which is now . -w. . u m w . w . u m of any taxes tr assessments which is now in t; h.nil. .r-.: . : .: . t l : u ... ".'-, m.iww .u vApirauuo vi un tsrm of tffiee as such collector. ,i j On motion of A1L Uigiobotbasa tbe Clerk was ordered to giv aatioe to tbe owner or owners of Lote ens and tws (1A2) in Block twenty-four and lot one iaf) Block twenty-three in North Joliat, r tbat the Council intend te appropriate t snucb of said lots tot tbe pwrpose cf straightening Uicktry street. , Ou motion of Aid. Casey-- Ihe : council proceeded to canvass tbs votes of the last annual municipal election held in tbe cliy .1 tnf.mt m .W . Ill A ( t. IOC I ... vvaic-fc, vu us m uny ui uiircu, icu-t The Mayor sppainted Aid. Casey, Caswell . and Ilunter anemia I nnmmittaa in'-ii,m. ins tbs returns, said eomaittae orxn an examioatiea ef ihe- Pell Books of the sev eral wards, submitted tbs following report, which on motion of Aid. Uiginbotbam was received, snd each p etson bevies; tbs high est number of volts for tbe office tnettioo ed in connection with bis? same,-: wss de clared duly elsctsd to said offi, te wit : For Mavor. " ' EJwin Portsr, - Lotbar Zpf, " v ' '' '- '"""'Por.MarehaL ' Aotbcny McNerny, , J. C. V'au Auken, .' For Treasurer,-- Abijab Cagwiw,-' " - 754 1W 487 272 i 242 394 129 313 203 19!) 308 258 161 31 194 195 178 ,.m i -T illiam Smith,' " ' J. S. Firovid, -i . - . .- i 'For Ctllectbr, ' v - - -John Lennon, , J John Scheidt,' Adam Werner, For Assessor,' - '' Isaac T. Millspaugb, - ' 1 Simon Hooser, " - -N. H. Cutter, - ' i- ' - v.' Harvey NT. Stoddard," : ' n rr t Fur Ci,J Attorney. D. II P.uney, ' W. W. Stevens. 1 " - - , James. Goodspeed,, . For Street Commissioner,' M. W.' BWjd; - -1'. : . ... .. . ; Thomas O'Brien, Jjhn Hendle, ' - . 3" D." North - : ; For Ciry Surveyor, Adam' C;mstopk,' - v ' ' For Police Magistrate, -ilanson Williams ' . W.' J. H-atb. " '..: c. Richard II. bbs. ' i " i t!- Martin C. Biss. II' : . 20(J 323 95 115 7C2 325 141 ui I t Schotl Inspect ir 1st District K. b. B irner, John Ctarks-n.'- '. 252 71 F.,T bchool Insnector 2d n t,;n. K. J Hammond, ..j' jj. Jauics J' liunni,t, . ' t '.- jg-j For Aldermsni 1i VCmrA .' Richard Dklittle,- : 11. U. Sroor. . ' For Constable, ' Jc b Patrick, L.J R ed. - P.., lM..n.. oi tr..j. S7 08 : 67 3 73 f6 23 72 23 70 33 02 25 1 Michai-! Mt ran - ' " Ai tbiny Sobeidt, - - - - - Fr Cat s able, G-tbriel M'xer, ' Patrick Troy, Ft AUrrman 3d Ward, Michael l:iiicb,' Fredrick Schripg. For Constable, Joseph Brown. . William Watkins. F. rAlierman 4th Watd,; Charles A. Austin, '"' ' William Adam, ',".'. For Constable,"' Jimsg P. Murphy,. " P. 11 rs, ;' " - J. S. Smith'. " . ' ' . ; For AUermsn 5th Ward, Micaael CJabbv, For Cot-stable, -r'- - ' Owen Hester, II. L Gas.se, For Aldermen th Ward, W. n.Casweil. JicoS, WUiimer, N.'D. Tighs, '' - - Robert Wahh.'" ' ' For Constants, John Diyle, - . , v ; ,v F Conan r, , j R"l.'. Walter Brsrnan, 55 ! 1 26 no 45 ci 10 59 53 10 21 Co Bills reported Intck by ' committee on claims jiti.t . . .' . . W. G Thom f son," lj ing fl,r Ei gite II .us A., 1. , , ; v eI0 05 . . "ry.., ?a"- ""': e-ra pvliee, 18 00 j-itm r ss. -.. - - o ai .. r. v :7 . . . ' . w in nn-uiirtn, " ,. 4 00 .J. fc , Bra itn nrint PI j-1. -m . -rt- . ' .v lit 'icyrny qr salary, .Marshal, I2U 00 V If islaa 1 1 a1 a - ' m ...... . It - . .H ""'"J- v"'a. ,tyu,oo mi.. lofan.ngotingsmpjaTOnths, ,24 W. W, btevens. 1 qr salary". Att'j, 25 CO U louog. 1 qr salary. St. C.... 78 25 ri .. . : - .. vu uautiuu, vouncii buj turned tn meet on Friday the 4tb of March- 1864 at 7 U VIUKS, XT . i.U W. U. ZARLEY. Cilj Clerk. s ; , Jouit, March 4th, 1864' ' :. Council aet pursuaut toadjaurament. Pefnt hie Honor the Mayor: 'eod-Alf, Dovlittla,'Iliginbt tham, Ilervebhaeh, Uoo tor. CagwiD, Auftin, Leo, - Casey, C'aswerl and Porter- , - : , On motion of Aid. Cassy. the" Mayor and and uk .their Mf o f th." eommon ooaneil, to wit: - -r" Edwin Porter, Mayor. t " V R.etiard Doollttle. Alderman -l.t Ward Antbofiv Scheldt.' s at a 2d lUictiacI U rich Chaa. C. Austin. ' Sd s 4b - 6tb ' i 6(1. ' Mioharl Clabby. N. II. TIgtie, W. B. Caswell. Th. M.vor r?.. tka n.-? 6th rnll-Present Aid. DonlitUe, HiKinbothsm. uersnuacn, SMneiat, Uunter, Ulrioh. Caw win. Austin Clahh rr.... t.L . caswtii. , :.t. " ;-. On tiuitior. of AA ..i.. - ,. . . avuncii adj .urned to oet on Friday tbs 8tb. 1864. ; ' VV. II. ZARLEY City Clerk. ; ORDINANCE. ; - fie it ordained by Hit common council o f the CituofJolUt. . That ihe side walk on tbe West side tf Ottawa street be extended' to Wallace . V . , l. - b0,lt two inch tuaua. jaia cross w its and six -fest wide. (. .u v. - uj t acantling and la1 on a good atone foundation, and three of tbsm io a umber, all to be built in a Hood and aubsUotiaJ manner, and tbat tbe ownere of property fronting on said walk have tbe privilege of building and repair ing their sidewalk on tbeir respective fronts, for tbe epace of twenty dsye from the date of tbis ordinance, and that I T Millspansb. W. G.Tbompaon and Patrick Burke be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to esUblish the grade of said walk, make contract for boildingthe st me. and venimTiani . -u - . . ' ' .. mmr awaBSDSOi BOOn At "Uta frontin "d improvement, to defray the expense of eooeuaotic said sidewalk. . 5 Passed and approved March S, 1864. 5 - W-A- STRONG, Jr, Mayojt Attest: W. II Zaklxt, City Clerk. sswSdFyr-iff.-iSfcM vnmmitut.mtf, . ir'wm2A -125 & .V " ir'JS? lit JS5 ii persona indebted to "f rtum 1U.mm W OOl-nfiOJ Bated Msrch 8, Jus. I 8. 1SBA . tuntn: -a4t-S s. r T- , r. -i month.) I ."..I .fTTi" i?" ,h 18t J ct ot will XTtZS" pV&m , lata of mid "!: iuug,M,7n-T J.i " "attbetr s4 i SSiaf? 'mSr : ism, ""Aau-cotMi' i 1 1 iin mi,, ' ' ' c3i8w wn sn4 Bivnt tbeir "".m. mwm TAX SALE K0T1CE Block 1M L.cpnn tJpm- ij !TI 'r1' f Pril Lockport.Frb.M.lSdi TFW. ' I i ; y " ' . Tax sals ft.tle, . a. - forty-.'S. (41a .1. tb.dU.dS north or railroad, lot no. two (Z) la h (11 )! alM lb. nndildd oaM,.!?,?"', ilZSjVf railroad, lot one (11 In t ksrk forion. m t .Cf. onsl) m uk fo.ny-oc. (41 ). ,l lB tion to J.JIt. ia the city of Jollrt, eonty f Wllf and State of Illinois, tttttu. th. hoMnJ tba cir tcates and tbat redca;tloil win rirtn- la twa TrsVa ' ' - - f i - - ., tmx fiaU Stici.,r , ' 1 i r?t'c ner.by aa that af aaJs f fcta Mla lands lor tasf. beW on tbe WU day-vT SprH Iw2, ia. TJ e,.,7"J ntyWiU and tat.oillU now, tbs Mlowlm lot, wr Bld, .. tsi 19 0,rJt',ot tm" 4 lf M 6 t in Wock two V IO MalMtlTiniinn nf lUt au ..tr a ,w. . v - T J ' - ' jiiiaoia, tuai I aai tho awlRIIM oftiacrr(ifleBtet ni thfX reoe,,,- will uau-a In to J tan frrm ahora date. reb.aj.18t4. GiiO. a HARBIXGTON. ' ; 0,.rt'aj I Ciriealsflt ; '.Tii'T WJU r-ctfnlly annonnca fo f Public tbat ba is ready lo offer bis terries as an Old tneir (mJahrUit Orchard or Kiicbaa) ia a coad ""d rf-l, l U -a, i,a ,btr 7Jri JoJLTd addiaaaT.J.tim ttttcu. r. O.hmHi, JalidTl SHERIFF'S SALE. lfi Virtf4if m nuatisil B,:i v e.. ' 7 film ,,r l5.h d.y of .Mxb. 164, VlU 1 bW T.ftb, Court ll,ns,, in tbs ci.y ofjolitt, I aball oflrr TSfVJ. ? J' "X 'hTnty i wr.,fr;r -'. q.r7r and llrtvt cn. hunrtrerht .Jr", lUinoi. vouuiy cl w ,u and fctai. JE0aGE MOKIt.iK. SWitTa Will C.' "-Rot tee of DisftolutloM. . fpiIKP.rtwr.bipbrretotbr. rxiating brtwrrn f. U.-baa Uib this day diaMrrd bv u.otnalcoba. Bt . itb,r th- parti, u, Z ' tZ firm t,au,e lu uiin, up ,Le --J-.,- " 8W.FT0KK. Jul.ct,reb15,k.,E64. S.C1MT. aaaw at tar oJd ataul wrii(.i. by a. w. Slou. Co, and t li- to hate nUial tLar, uf tbe pnt.iic jtr..r.-. JotM. rri..kiv4.-- "HXK-caf:.. sirayctt. VWTn ,lT "ih,zfhr - city abont IbVaiWdt. X oriiec. la-t.a largo rpuM tw, light rod aad . Uitr. abito f-ca. lare horn., branded on tha rinV hip, 9 Jrarauld. BiTius: milk ln-n aba h-ft. in J.,lirt, ot ,rr abMebou, mid ba liberally reward d lor their UusUb. - au. id. isq. ' j0HX rERGcaoy.- 8TATEOF ILLINOIS. " C j-.arr O u..v ur Will C of M.rr-k t :, 1-hi S-b-M(, atia nl4ra'orof lha estate of Mrhotaa 4 , , ,, , - a-aaa. Ol aSW4S UI'IO. KnO'llCM. J..bn lUker Shu. ltJ.er. Helen Willama -ifaT I.ard UliMus, UuuJ Williaina, LUzabelb Uuab. timk II-'-.r.Mill ani A. Bsker ai.d Joarnh riakrr noi or rl lidren aud only ,cu. at !a vl aud Mibolaa- i rriti. r , Trtltlon to set! Uod. a r 1DAT1T .f tits tnme.on.c r 1ha aho J. ianddelcndnteJ-ibn Baker. KlrnoUa Bakar en I Frank liakrr bating bceu bU-d 1 aaid coart ia tlui abura anliilnd rauaa. Noikv ia In-ret y rlnn tn the aaid Jobs Baker. Nebula Uaker aud t'iauk Baker that tbs aaid ad nuiiietraior haa tied a petitiuu ia said entitled raw iu raid ciurt, prajitic tor a dwretal order ol aala af lb- aoalb . .juaiicr vl tbe uorth esat aaartar. acd i , ""lh mM 'u",Ur 01 lte north vaat aaaetar at.d r tl- t ertb east qaarter of tbe acalb nat ooar U rai.def tbe aoalb half .tl.a armtb rat qaarter. d of tl.. aor:h 4 ouaxter wftli sooth aaat qnarsr aad vf o north uatuiitLtr ot tbeeoatb tut quae. L-r audortlieaoolU half of lha aontb east quart er ufbtUh-B f..oiten (UI Taan.blp tkhtjfoar 154) .lrtll ai.d of liasga ll-irteen (13; east tbs third !rlurpal nerittlau in W ill Tuanly and Statauf Tflbjoia. aud of tlM- eat IU artrat,ftl.a ai nih VO arraaaf tba i"1' uf euath areet qaarur ofSeetJoa Lbi.tr n(3i;inTon.lop thhty-BTo (S4) Nwtb and of IUiik. U.irt.B (i:i)i-a.t if sad jueridiaa fa Coek wty m aaid atata, f.a- the fMyaxsat of the debuaf au tstata and tlatt ana jaoa baa baea I in tba csaaa ratHruaUa aa, Lba third Uoaaay 1 lrch. Ibvi. at tba Coart lloiur la said WiU Caaa ,T' d that ifyoo do act tb and Uwre a .pea rand au.wer aa.d petiti. tU. aaaa. aul b takeaM ta " L-J 7 jou and a deeraa aatarMi aocordiurly.' ItK. ilaKt tlW0 Feb. I5, I8.4. ,u4 . AlMl ThtrBBsam llrl.l wi.. . ... . " 1 'frit I . r . . ., 1 " fm XSTATtOS MESKY P MonIrAk,rbT "' "W, -t ony of April teit (h-inm t-.m. . . J-rta. purZi rlV,,,a? tSSi mZ.,m I . "" ena prraent tnalr . -s'ia aaM eatata, far adiaataaaat. All persona indebted to aaid -araalal Lj7mt 1 to Stake ja., aot to tbe ndJ.tt.t - i . K ' VlLlllU nun aa 9 SOTICK. " EfTlTV OT-eritltY ETmr:s-a r.Mn." T)VBLl!: notice is berety e;iT,a, tbat on th third 1 ja. -..m,., u, jipn, next, uHBt oe lata Say of aaid. BwathO I shall nuaud bsfore tba ConatyCoart af Wut Count T. at Lha Cau llnu. tm it,. ei .1;. . t parouaa of eattliag aad adjaausg aU claiaia araiaat - ierry Hvpi aua o aaM.bcaaty nr.. ,.u iM-ra au ctaunaais are aotifiea ud reieatod to al tenia and prase at their claims ia writing against aaid attate iur adjaatauat. All n.rUlH. lm.Amtmm. 1 . . r mmtm eataie, mra aiss rtnaaai ed at ataka pa aiaat te tba andewlrBad withoatrfaUy. . Ill ll 1 II .aa,a..u.. " Jot. reb.l. " r "' " - - . -- aw. aa IJ . vr . CIJ X ig. BOI W Wit O LaXCXM I J. Af ZuLZt 'JL."" ""eraat style, airman tly pot. ant and mk, for Ch.rchw.eehooia. l-ice..1!Trr $74 to l00. AIM Shh', Cetebrated MXIXlKS? ForaaUby t.P.gAVAGK. twodvor. eaot P. uroca. ; - - . ? . - - ,u, an OPS I.ITTFR A Iinil T I,r.ei . L' " . . m-m-mm.. V, M ti 1 M E H But fataain a aorld-VKla rapotatioa. It ta bavoadi doubt the bast and cbaapeat aad aacat baaalifal afall tamily aea-iBg Machines yet ottered to tba aabua So other kaaiily Eawitif fclachlae kae so aiaay aaef mi un.iai.i, diwuuii, railing. lacfeHla. atbertng. Qaaaiae. Braiding, . ktnbroideriaa;. Card leg, and ao forth. Me otber faaiUy Sawiai Jtacbina baa so much capacity far s gieat tariety of work. It will sea-all kinds cf cloth, sad art Lb all kiada af thread. Great and recent imprtfrevaeaU ataka oar Family Sea-lag liachiae bmbs laliauat, aad WH da durable, and atoatceruia ia actkia at all rmtea of' speed- It aiakea tbs interlocked stltcb. hkh is taa butt aiitch kaowa. Any one, area -f thaatoat eram. nary capacity, caa see, at a Rlasca. how to ase the let. ter A family Surlna-Machine. Oar ataiilr Sawlaa Sf wlliw.. mrm awi.h.a ! . . . - i i. . Th. VnlAi.m 'm tk. ft. . I- ef cnaaiog aorkmaaakip of.tbe awet aatfaj kil n.Atart. k. mmmmi,lmm L . . , . a piece rtaoTjt. bO" te ba uparated aaay be apaaad aa a sparipaa aad' aaUtaatial tabUtaauatmin taa work. Watte aoaaa af toe laeee. ataoe aac af taa caotcast vocaa. are aaiah mA t. .... mim.im. 1 . 71 . " . .mm. wwihw poaatDaa, Mama ara adaraaS aad eatbeiliahad ia the aaaat costlr superb atanaer. jtia iwiBfinsiftwja era-Tne Vaatfty ebiae ia operation, at as U jadge afhe naat Cabacit. -aad twaaty. . "v jtiataat beosmingas popular for fcmily . aaaiaa-aa ocr Mraaiactitring am. hi are ara fur smatactitriac Tbe Branch OfBces ate 'wall aanr.Mi ml -m. twist, thread, needles, oil. Ac. of tb. aad for a PaMraxn. - ... IUB UXG MAKCTACTTJRIxa COMPANT ALB Kmftiln. V i t - ACaluuiAninlAr....c. " 1 I SS BotlBed uil I Ot.l L . i . . - imiaM . 1 ' r kr " rear lsr2 held tU rt'rt 111 eo,U Will Cmnty and etat. u IllhS?'" UlVit Joliat. r ty t-i&ummn.I U.t crrtifir. ? . fl Wd' luwine dcM'xild i.l :!" 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