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linlDoi.lnio, FniDA r, aprVi '12,1 suiT Warlike Preparations of the Administration--- A Conflict Approaching. The latest new very warlike. Tbe policy of tVio Administration in regard to Xho Becedod States, hitherto in doubt, is beginning to develope itself in good earn est. Neither Fort Sumter nor Fort rick ens will be evacuated, but both will be held and defended at all hazards. We give enough of the telegraphio news to show that a crisis is at hand, and await further developments wi'.h great mterVst A correspondent of tho New York Trtitnne telegraphs from Htiltimoru as lonowg : BALTIMORE, April 5. Thincs are rapidly verginj toward a conflict, if the rebels are in earnest. The davs are not many ero thev will encounter the majesty and power of the Federal Government in a way they lit tie dreamt of. If they resist, the blood bu upon tbeir heads. The fatal blow which rebellion has re ceived in thn Virginia Convention, and the tertible majority of 44 against the or dinance of secession, have vibrated through every nerve of the social and po litical system of our city this morning. There's an end of rebellion in the border slave States, from hence forward and for ever, upon the negro question. Tbe President has marched square up to his responsibility, and woo unto those who shall dare encounter it 1 Fort Sum ter will not be surrendered to rebels, nor will Fort Pickens. There is no need of . saying more. Let tho facts of the futuro tell the tale. It will be a peaceful onn, it tho rebels will it. If not, not. Gen. Scott has completely headed off the Rebel McCullough, who has taken to his heels and sought safety in the wilds of Texas. Wigfall is not far behind him. The time is not very far off, when the ringleaders will seek an asylum over the seas. Stick a pin there. Charleston, April 7. Gon. Boaurogwl this morning issued an order ami sent a apodal messenger tn Mujor Anderson, giving him an nfHuiul notification that nil inter course botwoon Kurt Sumtor and tho city would bo prohibited from that ditto. Ali tho posts havo beon strengthened ; and two additional regiments aro expected from tho Interior. . Nrw York, April 8. The Illinois has tskeu on board 2 000 barrels of assorted atoros. IWo hundred cases of muskots, a largo (iiautity of ammunition, and two parks of artillery, with a largo nuinhor of gun cai riarros and soronty thousand dollars in Specie. 8l(o sails in tho morning The Post's Washington dispatch states that Oon. Scott continues active personal supervision oi too miiiiury mure, winun oousldered sufuoiont to protect Iho city. Uuards around tho Capitol and public buildings have boon doubled and armed tbe teeth. The I'utl quotes a private lottor from Charlestou, which states that Anderson in tends to retort on tho Charlostonians stop ping his supplies, by prohibiting further intorcourso, by wator, wi'.n too ions mat surround him. Tho Commercial's Washington dispatch savs that Lieut. Talbot lott for Fort Sumtor . ' .... . A .1 to-day, with instructions tn Anderson, and will uudoubtodly be re admitted to the Fort, although stringont regulations have been adoptod by tho secessionists-. Largo quantities of ordnance, ammuni tion, &a. bare boon transported to day front Governor's Island to tbo stoamahip liatlic. including ono hundred etui carriages largo Culumbiads, markod Fort Pickens. 6bo sailed at 7 o'clock this morning. NEW YORK, April 8. Tho Washington correspondence states that tbo Uovernuiont is duturinineu to keep Anderson in Kutnter, and supply him with provisions forthwith. A portion nftho Hoot will loavo for Charleston to-day fTuosdav) for that purpose. There is no desire to put additional moo in tho Fort unless resistance, is offored the attempt to furnish supplies. The tl.iot will not approach Charleston with hostilo Intent, but supply vessols go pre pared to reply promptly to any resistance of a warliko ehuraoter oiforod to a peaceful stpproaoh to the Fort CapL Talhot carried instructions to this effect to Anderson with orders to opoo bis batteries if votsels fired on. Recruiting is fast going on, and at least 60,000 volunteers will bo ottorod from Froo States in a few days. Oov, Donnlson tif Ohio pledges tho support of his Stnto a vigorous pulley, and rolurns homo im mediately to execute his pludgu. The mornont tho Prosidout has official knowledge thnt any blow has boon, struck, lie will issuo a proclamation fov an extra Session of Congress. Ciiari.esyo.si, April 8. Major Anderson's nail is not stoppod, only his supplies. Special to N. Y. 7'imr ; ' All vessels are ordered nut of rango Buinter aod Sullivan's Island. Tho floating batter? sailed this evening to a point .USomter. Business is suspended, and 43X01 leuseat U fearful. Oun. lioauregard tias ordered out Pre thousand troops. Com panies are oouslantly arriving and iui ia position. Now batteries aro lioing constructed. NEW YORK, April 9. A special dispatch Irom Charleston to the Herald states that tho authorities had reeoived notification that supplies will be f urnished Anderson at any hazard. Immense preparations wore immediately comraouood, and orders woro Issued for the oulire military rosouroes to prooeod to their Stations. Four regiments of 1000 oacli Jiave been telegraphed for from tho coun try. Ambulances and other preparations for the wounded hava beou made. At mid night seven guns from tho citadel was tho signal for lbs assembling of all roiorvus, nd Iho city was thrown into the greatest exollemont. Ho von toon regiments, 800 strong, assomblod in an hour, and left for tho fortifications at 8 o'elook in tbo morn-lag- All tbe vessels in the harbor necessary for transportation will bo put in service by noon. A fleet of sovnn Qovornmont vessels Is roDorted off tho bar. Major Anderson dis ptayod signal lights during tho night from ana wall or eumiur. It is believed thai the fight will com monoo at Stono, 25 miles southward. The batteries alone the eoasl being silenood in turn, and after clearing Morris Islund tbo Government foroes will cross to Sumtor, whilo AnJorsoo etigages Moultrie. Liout, Talbot was denied admission to Sumtor by tbe authorities. R. 8. Chow brought dispatches from Washington to Q iv. Pickens, and in com' pany with Lieut. Talbot, left for Washing' ton at 11 o'oloek last night. Soeoial to the Commercial Adcertiur. Despatches have bona received here ibis morning, fioua Charleston, which sialo that R. a Chew, one of the clerks of the State Dcpattmcnt, had arrived there, and had brought a message from Secretary Seward to Gov. Pickens, Mr. Seward in his message distinctly informed Gov. Pickens that Sumior must be supplied with provisions from Charles ton runrkeli, and if fllai. Anderson was not furnished regularly the Government ould urr.ibli turn with those Hunt's which he most needed. We are in hourly expectation of hear ing '.hat hostilities have been commenced in Chat lesion Harbor. New York, April 9ih. A special dis patch to the Herald says, that the offers of volunteers from tho llordcr Stales ton- tinue to be sent to W ashinston. 1 enders of 70O0 men and 2000 Indian warriors havo been received from the West. Wamiiniiton, Aran, 9di. It is persist ently stated in Administration quarters that ths recent preparations are for ! fensivu purposes, and nothing not strictly lustili. (! by the laws, which 11 is the duty of the President to enforce to the extent of his ability. If resistance is made and blood shed, the responsibility must full on those who provoked hostilities. The assurance of tho Inaugural is re peated, that the Administration will not be the aggressor. The Administration, while constantly declaring a peace policy, claims that it onn only be held to strict by the people, and, howeve may be the publications respecting its c""n,a , MeountaMit" :ver speculative . . v ,: ;,. movements, it is under no obligation to I announce in advnnce its plans and pur' poses; in other wordx, (he Administration should be lit lircd by its acts. That Fort Pickens has been or will be reinforced, admits of no doubt, and the Adminlitration will do all in its power to relievo Anderson, or secure his evacuation I . . . '.. .1.1 !..! o aumier wiinoui uisnonor or eommuung . , .. i i ...i '1 1 ir.0 uovernmeni io tne sciinuwieui'iiieui uL'iiieiu ... . . i . . . ot any right or claim oy me yon eaorn e s niffl nr in nnv wnv rrnnirn7.tnT liihiiiic-i "-" " f ""J a 1 trine of secession. .. . . - . .1 I I he proceedings the Uull beyond the I relief of Pickcus, will bo governed by I circumstances. The above is from reliable sources, to show the basis of the present military preparations, districting the Stntc lor Uongrcssmcn.liave reported. If their report is adopted, the i 1 7th District will consist of Cuvahoira, " Porta, and Summit, with a rmnulation q - ' I I I ... t rtt f k I i l I ot i.ju.uuu; ano me lutn.oi ivsniaouia, r t m . t is i i LjfKe. ueftugft, lrumouu nn wanoning, ttW The committee appointed by the Legislature, to dtaft a plan for rc- with a population of 122,000. KiT Mossrs. Lane and Pomeroy have I been elected United States Senators from Kansas by a small majority Columbus Correspondence. COLUMBUS, April 6th, 1861. I Editor Drmourat : Tuesday morning found members generally in their seats, and, while Democrats were disposed to be somewhat jubilant over the result of Mon day's election, and the Republicans a little inclined to make wry faces, all for to any are the to of near tho being also, parties seemed disposed to takd hold earnestly .of the work before them, and disposo of it as rapidly as possible. It lias been a very busy week, and much business has been disposed of. Ii twenty to thirty bills have passed throu 'rom -S", ..... , . Bin,-, over which mere nas oeen the House, many of there not of general interest, while otners are so. Among these I notice, nrst, the Uill which had previously passed the Senate, "concern intr the rii'lits of married women." This is wliat has been known as the "Woman's Kii'lus so much uiBcussion tluring the session. Judge Key, of Hamilton County, a Dem- ocrat nnd bachelor, and withal a very worthy man, has been the champion of this measure in the Senate, and fought it ... ihrruitfh r olitwe . There had been eon- the Simatfl. and manv had been lookinrr Via n n aa -r i I tt BrtflBoll. m uL III it alUiar ii in tho House. When the subioot came up on Wednesday, the Hall was weil filled with ladies and gentleman, in nn ticioation of an tnieresttni' time : but when the Speaker staled the question, "Shall, the biil pass?" not a member claimed tho floor. The vote was immedi atuly taken, resulting in its passaire by a large majority. Another bill of aorne importance was one repealing; a section of the law tnakini! it unlawful for banks lo take iudiiraetit notes ' or soL'novits. The repeal of this leaves brokers and money- shavers in the same position wiin Danks, . f ..... . and all on a level with individuals. An other, that providing for building a new Penitentiary. This having passed, the nuestion of location comes up, and the lobbies for those places desiring the loea lion, (and they are not lew,; are a very gentlemanly, accommodating, ?itc sort men, and the places they advocate are E ich one lias the thirty aorcs of land re . ... 1 ' ust exactly the ones ior uie purpose.- quireil in exactly the riirlit place, precisely .. . .. t i.'.l. . 1: .t tne rigni lorm. anu wunoui ttispute, ui UCai UUllUIII BIIO, &IJCII nulla urtll CAWI the other in stone for buildinjr, in water for drink and use, for facility of access bv railroad, lake, river, cacal. or all com- bioed. And then there i no doubt at all, .1... .. I... il. lnn.lii t ploying convicts in remunerating labor, in manufacturing, which will not conflict Hli parties outside the best place lor coopering, lor cutting stone, ior ounuing. lor making stone wnre,beweruge p:pe, aim . .. .. ... i, any ana an tne varieties oi uiuor bi.di thev mav be encased. Thus vou ..a it im nnt Aafiv to fleterminfi this niiea-1 j - --- 1 ,.n a Ihno a anonia Irlends lor a II .v -r . ooint named are in the house. Uv wav.it ocourslo me that a good place for coopering would be in the neighbor- i,A nr ilm Miii nil wells. i.vvu v. Anr.ihr measoro of imoortance wh ha. passed the House this week, and had previouaiy passea tno oena.e. is changing the law taxing banks. Tins law provides lor taxing oanas upon wuai thev have, and not what lliev nave .. hfn, llnnn this auhieet ihera been much coulenlioo, and the Bute nnt. Ur mounu nf money in atlemnt- , . ., . . . . r ...v... " inz the collection of taxes, in would be defeated. It is understood banks accept this plan. AUo, House to prevent bankers' clerks or acr other persons from paying out bank notes at less rate than par, and granting Agricul tural S jciolie coatrol of all side shows, during the time of their fairs, within certain distances. Some Democratic meanness was ex hibited in the House on Tuesday, by an attempt to repeal the law passed a Ii lie time since, authorizing the Fund Com missioners of the Slate to guaranty U. S. bonds to the amount of the Stale'a pro portion of the surplus revenue. As the old Administration had gone out and a new one come in, they seemed desirous, if possible, to cripple that Administration, or, at all events, to show a want of con fidence in it. The move was defeated, however. The Senate, this afiemoon, passed the act providing for the draining of marshy lands upon the Cuyahoga River, in which some of tour readers aro interested. Since the bill for leasing the Public Works has been in that body, tho subject has been complicated by various bills having been put in, some, perhaps, with honest purpose, and others, very likely, to pre vent action. It now seems probable that some lease bill will pass both branches, but when, or in what form, is doubtful. The Districting question yet remains undisposed of. No plan has been lixed upon which all Republicans will support, and it is understood no Democrat will vote for anv oliin wlrch may bo proposed. It is Imped an agreement will be reached on Monday evening. No resolution for final adjournment has passed, but it is under- 8,0J0(1 tt,t ,tie e,M0n will close P. Military and Naval Movements. Soma Enilieh traveler in this country once said that tho Amuricans expect every. about tho inactivity of tho present Admin juration. In thoir fovorish impationco for thing tn bo done in twenty ininutos. llio force ot the remark has boon strongly II- lusiratod by tho recent popular clamor l. l I ..a r,...nnt..r id., 1, i. r.owi mo o"" ' 'n - ... . .in,.in month innii Mr. Lincoln am! --- - . , . - - . ... his Ciiiiit.it ntiinnui iinon omno. at n noriou ; whole machinery of Government .... . .r . .. I, mini Ami i.niinrn To rcmudv those t.ii?aiiiio disorders, to collect tho army and .. . . . t. nuvv, to purity tho Douurnrtonia, anu in teleel and send trustworthy representatives to Ibroign Courts, was certainly work enough lor olio inouih. llioimmonso rosponaibiu- ty tua. at ucnes to navai mm mimar, ,.,,Ura- "": ": ;k:.;..V-: i ii LiitJir uruiini uiiwii. uut ihot " w , ..mnnnt nt'timn. even when nrosoeu- v ..: .. d it" tho utmost enerKy. war wun mm 1 . I.. Kl ... 1U.ll! AnhA P UXIPU UrUKtl UUI III win Jt i si iiiu ii'" Orando nd though the Government acted . , . i . with no grtftiesi promjuiiu io. n wM had Mico'mo rot Ion aud tiisorgrinizuil, parity UHmh mmixnann anil .tktlltf I It Mt tt II im. fclllUHIl'l H WSUH rn' tiooility J hon thoTroasury was empty, the Arinv and Navy tcatlored to tho roinotost stations, tho nation misrobrosontod abroad and at home ovory tJopartment swarming until Soiitomber thai Uon. laylor wag in condiiinn to attack Montnroy, and then on ly with 0,000 mon. England and 1" lanco locUrud war lignum llussia, Murcn 1H54. and it was not until Sept. 14 that thoir forces lauded In tho Crimea, and thun nearly a month elapsed before Sorastopol was Invested. In tour wouks Mr. Lmcnliit Administra tion, silontlv. nuiotlv. without trtineceksary alarm, has raised tho Oofcrntnont from disorganized, bankrupt statn, and put it a condition to face with some degreo of ef- nciuncv a verv tnrmidahlo rebellion. powerful naval and miliiarv force sails from this nort to-dav to roinforco and protect I lie United States possessions in tho nnuth. Tho Collins steamships Atlantic and Baltic. and the Vandorbilt steamer Illinois, have boon chartered, and. in company with the frigate Powhatian, will soon bo on tho high soa. leaving amplo supplies or men and pro- Wsion. ,ooV"' ? wo cannot at present sav. no prouici. however, that tho robols. If thov vonturo attack either fortress, will bo greatly Uis annointcd in thoir expectations of an easy viotorv. Wo havo reason to believe that DOIII OI U1U8IS lUrirOBPUl ' o HIT umpi u .. t . . nf . rn.,H dofmlso .... ,i10Dub- Whothor that point bo Pickons nr Sumter. io hftro noon 0(1 , ,,,p0go by tho rumors in circulation. It mav bo woll. perhaps. to bear in mind the fact that no official statement of tho condition of either Pickens or Sumter has yot boon givon to tho I ia is mr m.-.i. AliL ! Death of Judge McLean. I Thn telozranh announces tho death Judge John McLoan, at morning (4th.) Judeo McLean was born in inow Jersey March 1 1, 11 S3 t at four tears nf ago camo tn Warren county, Ohio, nnd at 11 yoars commenced studying law in Cincinnati Arthur St. Clair. In 1807 ho married Kd wards, and first practised law in Lebanon, Warren county. In October, 1812, juaeo .tict. was oioc'ou to represent in Congress tbo Warren JJis trict, which included Cincinnati. Ho was Madison, War Democrat, in IBM no ro elected unanimously not ono against him. Iu 1810 ho was olootod Judge of the Supremo Court of Ohio, and remuitiud on too iwnon until t-v-4, wnon .Monroe . . ..I L, . - ..: . f Cincinnati, pointed him Commissioner of tho Laud OfTiuo. In Julv. 1823. ho was mado I'ost- Master Oonoral. and in consideration of eminent services tho salary was raised from 4 to 6000. Tho eccontrio John Randolph said would vote for inoroasing tho salary if could be aguin reduced when Judge wont nut ot onioo. in tma juuge aiuu. ao(i ,0 C011tllluin6 , ,he day of I UOAth Jud'go McLean has many timos brought bv his friends boforu National volitions as a candidate for the Presidency Judgo McLoan was one of tho purest lurists. and one ol the ahloat. llis decisions .11 . L nr .. 1 V .. - V. ., . .. rt' . o ... "1" " Z ' .Z: 'n IZ llllll UT IftlUKDMII. PIIM IVSiUHitiK asm viiuva Post Master General, ho was mado United States Judge, entering upon his duties in are nf the bishest authority The last case in which bit opinion : . ,i.A .',...... 1 1 . a.1 decision, ill which he so ably dissented Judgo Taney and tho majority of tho Throe weeks sinco we saw nun nn bench at Washington, actively in discharge of bis ouornue duties. Llevt. Herald. ... T the IUI hiieat vsur . jmauia. , .... the larmera 01 iinnoia jibo every reun . satisfied with the appearance of the e'op at this time. We have reliable formation from more than twenty counties! , - ch from Southern Illinois, giving me I T ? oni ...... peareu .0 prom.. ..K ouw. , . u....,.u.7 t,--- ;.... -es has larrfe expeotatiooa of f ull .granaries at close of the season. The amount last fall wst unusually large, and 18ft I 1 ... . , . :i.j i iu;;. 1 o the bills a the affluent wheal harvest as was I for the plethoric corn erop in Central Northern Illinois. Afitaouri Republican. ffKW should road Prof. Woods ia another column. Death of Judge McLean. Frightful Railroad Accident---Woman and Child and Another Child and Child Killed, and Another Child Seriously Injured---The Danger of Walking on Railroad Tracks. A terrible accident occurred on Friday, on the track of the Cleveland & Erie Rail road, about two miles east of Euo'.id station, by which two lives were lost, and a inira piaceu in iireKi uniiKti. mm. of this mournful tragedy aro as follows : At the point mentioned the railroad track is crossed at right angles with the publio roadway. Another road crosses the track diagonally at a short distance east of the main road, then runs parallel with the track, and at a few rods north ward from it, until it joins the hisin road. In tho space thus enclosed is a cottage occupied by a man named VVh ilen, with his family and aged mother. The family were moving to another cottage near the main road Hnd southward of the track. Friday afternoon, about four o'clock, Whalen and another man look some of the furniture and went towards his new home, taking the way by tho publio roads. At the same lime his mother, about 60 years old, carrying an armful of gcols, and, accompanied by two of the children, little girls aged four and six years respectively, set out for the same destination vlonrf the track, although it was known that tho ac commodation train from Cleveland wns nearly due. Near tho crossing of the main road the iracn. is intcrsecieu uy cattle guard," or pit crossed by lies placed wide apart. Just before the woman and children had renched this point, the accommodation train came in sight. The engineer whisiled repeatedly, supposing they would get off the track, it being a usual thing lor persons to be on the track on thnt as on other portions of .... Iin. J,,.t befora the train eamo near her the woman left the track, and for the I U ., n ,i,;.,i..,l ,ln.n l.rnL. dren. He at once whistled down brakes, , first time, the engineer saw llie two chil i .1.. : ,,i n ; i.w i rcvi:u no ciiiih-i m. ' . power to slop the train. The woman ran .. ... back to the track, and appeared to be helping tho children over the cattle guard to the main road instead of taking them off on the bank, when the train rushed on them, and knocked them into the cattle Bttaril, instantly Killing me woman hoo. youngest child, and miming the older I I'll .t ..l! . I.. .. cnilil so inai mere is grent Uringer ui uur t!cilh also. Terrible as this tragedy is, neither the i. ;.., i p.nn, . ; m,,,,,, h (iclj for it. A) ,ie ordinnry precautions were taken ns soon as the i . . persons were Brst reen on the track, and "i ;. i ' -..! .1.-. .1 wnen u uecamoeviueni tna. ...ey wou.u .. n ... tltnms.. UA ne.,H nnID hh. uRai' I iiub omtq tiiunisvi t uiti j uuasiuiu v- wag made to aveis the calamily that oc- i . . . - ncnrredVlevelandlferulu. The Fugitive Slave Anderson. its in A " ft"" " M, na tor wot Id t I" h,L" t" -hnr to Tho fugitive slavo Anderson, who has p'avod so important a oart in recent Cana diun judicial history, mudo a short speech at Montreal, detailing tho history of his life iu slaverv. ltd said t I sorvod mv mastor, who sold my mothor, for fiftoon years after that ovoht. , My ia tor's wifo wns a Kentuckian, and a gentle, kind woman, nnd nftor her death I was worso treated. Sho influenced hor husband favorably. ' I nover had a chanco to loam road in my bnyhopd. I attondod tho Motbo diBt church, but. worshinod in a d.fti ren building from my master. Could not ox actly lull why my master began tn treat mo id. lie blamed me tor' taking tilings, and I got stubborn. I was murried when 24 yours of ugo, but it did not last long got nis rnpo to tie soo my wife ; then would resist, when he would go for his gun to shoot mo. 1 was sold tor Wl 0011 to man who treated mo very well, but wanted me to tako anothor wilo. l ut last made my mind to loavo slavery and go to Luna d,i. To a question from ono of tho audionco ho ronlied. ' I think I would rather ho pr son ail my lito in Uaim.iu, man no slaverv." And to anothor. "I desire learn, but 30 Inslios is tho punishment 11 ctod for reading a book.' Legislative Apportionment. of with Miss a was vote ap TheQnvornor. Auditor and Kecrotary Sialo havo. in accordance with Consiitu tinnal renuirements, apportioned the hiate r.. m C... mra n,wt f! imntinn tnl I tfna tn this I, . .. , jurjB tho onsuinir decade. I ho ratio tor ncna'ors is oo H40. ami Kepresontotivos 23.3(16. The following counties have ono Representative each : Adams. Allan, Athland, Athens, Aug- laisn, Carroll, Champaign, Clarko. Clinton, Coshocton, Crawford, Darke, Delaware. Krio, Fayotto, Fulton, Oallia, Geauga. Greene. Guornsev. Hancock, Hardin, Har rison, Highland, Hocking, Holmes, Jackson, Jelfersnn, Knox, Lakn, Lawroneo, Lorisn, Lucas, Madison, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Moigs, Monroe, Morgan, Morrow, l'erlttgo, Prohlo, Randuskv, Scioto, Shot Summit, Uuiot), Yinton, Warron and his ho it McL. oo his boon Con of Wool, Trapb. From tho Cleveland Wool Depot Circular, published in tho tarmrr, we exiraot too lollowing t Tho market has presented no aetirlty since tho commencement of this year. first three months ot tho year usually braced tho time for selling ft no wools but prices ruled so low that sales havo been madu. To explain Z anomanly tho market presented, it Is s' u ....1. . a. I necessary to ro.ur o uur et.uu.ora in hich are tho principal cause of tho in ices. Many lunuiries are Doing mono was Q..ni. from Washington, saying t Court. "No ono can moot the reference to tho next clip, of which can bo said. It is agreed by all that market will open at very low pricos. much will depend on tbo adjustment of national troubles and workings of tho tariff, that we should not ho justifiod in tioipatmg tho inarkot at this timo. jSMr. Forney writes to tho l'rose, t.i, 1 41m 1 uc a southern soeodor for thero are a lew of thorn left among us and watch tho expression nf his ooun'onanco, and weigh tho words thaf fall from his without being convinced mat no nas heart in the causo he advocates, and that is looking forward with anguish and fear Ik. .nll.nflll .hfl wlinllt SPPMRSion wheat L,,, .,j,.Scy. One of them tho othor in- nK6d the limit of enduranoe of that temporary experiment at four yoars, I . , . . 1 - assur- another onntossea mat u. .... ,e lZ "r, Uh. -min states that would extinguish .ho,e robellioll 1,,, .ubordiuates.orgaos, and all. 1 the k.w btTLb or Letter Fapeh town Postmaster General has issuod ordort bids supply of letter papor, cut, gummed, r. nmhn..l wuh a threo-eont stamn.' 1 ; U .1. ..... . But) aod adver tisement ning in one both letter-sheet and envelope. This sbeot is about half tho size of old sheet of lotter paper folded out prepared as aliore, rendering it an exceed ingly neat aud convenient prepaid lotter, only about half the weight of those now uso, with envelopes. MARRIED. In TtVmpson, March 3tst. tv Rev. M. RnbnrtsXMr. PERRY 8TKARNS and Miss CYNTllrA CRAFT8, hoih nt Thompson. DIED. In Berlin. F.rio Count v, Ohio, March 10, 1861, TK.RKSA WOODWARD, Consort ul Joseph Woodward, late of Oeuuga County, . , 6 l Tfiirg8nd 2 months. i Thn decensod was born In Suffiotd, Con necticut, but came with her pnronts Bniong the early settlers of tho West, at a time which required much cnorgy and fortitude to endure the hardships Incident to the os tabluhmctit of society. Cut with the bolder, woro mioglod tho ge'nllor elements nt char acter. Through lone years, often with a fooblo frame, sho fulfilled the duties of a wife and mother, with a faithfulness and nrl'ection which havo loft her own mtimublo character eminently impressed on her six living children. And thus, though dead, she still lives tn litem tho world In tho per sons of hor orf'sprine, who wore early taught to sot their heart and hopo in Ood and who, all of thorn, hare honorod tho cxamplo . t ' r. . .. .1 . u 1 .:. 1 I ' or inoir luinur nu'j luuniur, iu jiuiuiii obedienco to tho gospel. Jewels, such chil dren aro, in the crowns of thoir parents of higher honor than all tho costly jems that ad rn tho diadems of princes. Together with tier husband, sho made a publio confoss'on nt hor faith in Jesus Christ, thirty. nino voars ago. Willi appropriate truth it may' bo said of her, "Tho path of Iho just is a shining light, which shines brighter and brighter to the perfect day." O."sho exclaimed, "this Is nnl a dark valley tn me ; Jesus is over present to wolcomo his children homo." In hor last sickness, n disease of tho heart, which lasted over two months, sho was a great sufferer ; but she was not heard to coinnlain. Sho conversed freelv and fro- uentlv with her family, giving them coun sels for futuro I Ho, and making arrangements for hor funeral ; in all which, sho tnamrmod the s.tmo e ilmnoss nnd confidence of hope th-it shotio forth in nil hor I i to. Though anxious to dopart, "I hopo, sho said. "1 hall havo pationco to wait my allotted tune. Her work done, she otiiotlv and joyfully loll nsleep lu Jesus, to await the resurrection of tbojust. To pnacolul sluminrs. sncn as tins, Lord Jesus, lead thy children on J Aud wake us in tho realms of bliss, Tho rost above, whoro sho is gone. A. S. H. fCoM. to me I a up in In Legal Notice, Tho Stnto of Ohm. ? lu Common Plens. Uoang County, ss. I'niiiion for I'.irtitinn Hull Iiradley, Caries WkIiuuis llolos II iams. A-Hol 1'. r.urnott, I'liolie Ann Mooro S.tmuol Mnnro, husband of said l'hubo Ann, Catharine Tucker, and Asa Tucker, husband of said Cutbunuo, l'utitiotiors, against Sola Wrieht. AnianeUe Barnos.nnd Frank tin Barnes, husband of said Anjanetto. Lu- sorn Bradley Lawson Bradley, Oiha Bradley, and oihers. lietcndants. rjlllisiiid Snbi Wright,a rosident nf the A Sialo of Now York, Anj. motto Barnes and Franklin li irnos, resnlems of tho slate. nf Minnesota, Luzoru Bradley and Othn Bradley, resideuis of tho State of California anil l,;u9on uruuiev, a resilient ot me ouiie of Iowa, will tako notice, that on the 8tl: day of April, A. 1). 18G1, a petition wus filed against them, and others, in the Court ot Common Tleas within ttnd for said County. bv tho abovo named petitioners, and 18 now pending, whorei.i said petitioners demand partition ot tho lollowing ttoal iW.-ito, lo wit. Situate in Burton in said County, being part of lot No. 15 in said township, unci conluin ing Ifi'ty aeros in the north part of said lot. owned by Thuddoiis Bradloy, at date of his deceaso. And that, a, tho next term ol said Court, the suid petitioners will applv for an order thut partition may bo mado ol said promises. 'lllltASIII.lt, Dl'HFEE & HaTIIAWAT, Jilt i' s fur I'ttitinnni. Dated this 8th day ot April, A. 1). 1 SGI. 5s70 of thn lor nice, by. Wy nndut. J. It. Hoard and Funny"! ffiinrd. v. I I'ollv Smith. Henry Smiih, I In Court of Common Jane Setter. Win. II. So- ll'loas, Geauga Co., t!iT, Coritflin Andrews, f Win. Andrews, Ksilier l'otition for Tarliiion Andrews, tinnier Audr'ws A l-'li'leher Audi pws. dlts. I f I SHE siiiil Delpnilnntaabiivn nnined'nro hereby L noiilied thnt said J. R. Hoard nnd Fanny Honrd.on l ho duv oi Aoril. IHGI, filed an it Court their peiilinu ngninsl 'uiil delciidiints, iiraviou for nnrluion of the tiHowinn lands Newbury Townsbio in said County, to witi Ten acres in Lot No. 32, Trnct I, being Iho e:nne land deeded hy Amos Andrews 'o Polly AnJrcws ami llie lieiraol rlotclier Anorows. uecensini, ren. VMcll. IHI'.I. A li lour acres ill Irfit :i:t, 1 rncl hiilns the same denied hy Anius Aiicrewsio t oily Andrews no. I me mora ol riuicnrr Aiinrews, the 19th any of Mnrch, ISf.l. Also IS nnd K'J led a. ris in l.ois Mo. 32 nnd H'J Tract 1. Iieing tho rnnie hind conveyed by Amos Andrews the children nnd heirs of Fleleber Andrews, de ceased, 1nrch IMili, 1831. AUo eleven ucrcsol bind in Ijii. Nn. iti. Trnet Llwins tho snme land set oil' to the heirs of Fletcher Andrews, dee'd. on n Partition in die Court of Common Plens said County hi IH.Vt, nmong llio heirs of Amos Aoorews, deceased. 1'hat snid petition will Inrhenrin" in snid Court, lit the next teim of Court, lo lie bidden in Cbnrilon iu said County, on .the 27th duy of Mny next. UAWMM.U it r Kr.Illl, Att'ys for Petiiinners. SS7w6 Ohio The em fow the only " lo1 m littl the So our now an IOST.--H01 ween the Center ol Ilnmbden -J 3 miles somli nf Enst Clnridon Comers a I.n- dy's UK I It 'Uf.K, conini.iing valunlde things to the. owner, the n.i(ler,hy leaving ihenrticlea wun ui. mcnoia, win ue Buiiamy rewnn.mi. J. F. TRKAT Ilambdcn, April 12ih, 1861. 67if from lips. no he to day most and coy the The for a and GEAUGA COUNTY FIRE-INSURANCE GOMPANY OFF1CU, CUARuoN, Ohio, JOHN FKKNCH, Presidfnt. L. C. LUDLOW. Skcrktakv. This woll-knowii ei.n.piiiiy roniinuesto insure the properly 01 ueuuga bounty, at ai LOW KJITKS at Soomry tvitt permit Hy its Act of Incorporation, Property outside ueuuga county, (jni.not Dei.isureu in Loin pan y, thus enlirely onvin ling iho objec tions to Mutual Companies a. coiniiiony organ ixed, that Insure all over the country. Those who wisli to be made Sale against by Fire, will do well to I ii n 11 1' u lis tlila Coiiipmiy. tpy-r or further partieulnrs call on E. V. CANFlfciLD, General Agent. Chardon, Ohio. SIBlf tosh ioned and of in SUGAR COATED! THESE CELEBRATED PILLS gained a ducided reputation a a sure, and elf.'Ctual family medieine.over all others uae. For Siek Headache, Foul Stoma:, Vyeprp tia, hint Complaint, Coitivtneu, Genttut Dtiit it). BiliouM CoMiuin, rt-".. huy are -vt. ed. irirnnirm fureiu t rxeiaoie. jtioreoi them used than any other kind, bee l Ircuinrs For sale by very druggist and merchant in country. Also at wholesale at 161, Ontario Cleveland, Ohio. G. G. NOItKIS, Gen'al Agent for Ohio, Mich, and Indiana. Sold by A Cook, Chardon. 8lly A. S. H. MISCELLANEOUS. Don't ALL Come PrRAvntn Hnlloo, their! Isny coins with that loncl of product'! w-h-o-ro you riRMKR-Overlu WAKNEKS'. Itavn tyou H W-o-l-f, I should rnllior citlmlnln t hadn't. F. You don't read the pnpers then. In the Ihmarrnl, pnier llmt Knrmors rend, wns a no lireol ilietiatinurahiof K. I). & L. Warner, Jr., Murchnnn ,(, y.f.n, 1 know Vm. They are great cat tle itbiilers, tradnr in anyihlng well, everything il.m i. l.uunhU irmlrnliln nr rllnhle. KtlclW 'Clllt 1 rnilier c-a-l-cuiaie lilo. Have ihny opened upt F. Oprmd up! they've been wiling Goods at New York Cost for tome time. Their clerks nre ns busy as n monkey in a tar barrel, dealing out t iiioils to the crowds of customers that come ihere dnilv. S I s-a-y. t!o they hive everything that onQ wnnu In eat, diink nnd wear! K. Well, now- no use I csn'l do the subject justice but I can led you that they have every- tiling in ins IRY GOODS Hi From a Ifoop-Skirt to die nlrest kinds of Silks and Sniins. Do Lninas-Culicoes ili.it at any nilifr place you pny I sliillinK for, they will tell (or !l coins a yard. Groceries Of every description, by retail or wholesale, and of iho best qualities. . 1 any.nai l unucrsianu you tney naa any good S-n g-nr 1 l U..oil sugar: wfii, ii iney nnvn'i i non i know who has. 1 bought some there, very nice, iiiln.il. fur 7K rents in nomid. You can't buy it for that anywhere t-lne Unit's so. Tons that nre wnrth C shillings are sold for 4 shillings per pound. S t nr. f-r-1-e nd.how run lliev sell so ninny Gomls ns ynu snyf 1 should think they would get out aMer a while. 1 raider gupss (hey tend to llmt mntter. Ilnw ran iliey grt out. when tlicy linvo a fresh nrrivnl olmosi everv onyr i ney cn'cninte to sup ply die dvinand. They are accommodating deal Am. S. Can you tell me where Icon find GOOD Thnt wit' mnhe liirlil brend worth eaiinsf lfy wile liss been irouhled exceedingly with the Inst she hnd. about its rising. I'm ehid ol it. Next time go to Wnrnois', nnd lliuy will sell yon Flour that is as sure to rise in bre:id, ns llie sun lo-uinrrow morning. They will sell by llie barrel, snek nr pound, nnd you will lindtlial thev WILL. NOT be UNDERSOLD. Hardware Of every description, from a Wagon-Tire. Rot-toil File to They have O. in 1 nn to ol be said BOOTS & SHOES, From the dclicnte Gniier nnd the Bu by .shoe, to llie coarse Siryy. II you want anything in that line go lo Warners' and jet it. If you want Ilais end Caps For yourself or lioys, go there, by all means. You Invn wiiliniit ii fnrmiin ofsomu kind. p Pii j mi siiy i hnt ibey would lake produce for their Goods! K I cl.rt say Hint very Hung, ineyinscnii kinds ol Grain, Itutler.Clioese, Kgn, everything thnt rim be bought or sold, in exclinnae for (roods. or thev ony I ash tor tlicin ns long as .ha next limn, nnd some tinio over, i must go. uei up. S Hold on. sou going thuru nowi K Yes. S Just wait a moment and I'll go, too. Chnrdon, March 12tli, IBiil. 587tf WWII. XX7RW IS11 TO CA f. 1. Til F. A TTEXTION VV ol the Public nnd of mix Loss ; to our NKW STOHB and ou Endless Stock of NEW GOODS, Which wo nre oJ to SELL nt pricos tati'JaC' lury to all Hint mny Invor us wun a cnii. We aim to keep a General Assortment of HATS V CAPS, FHKSII nROCEIUES, HARDWARE. CSUVKEhY A- GLASS WA HE. TIN. STONE & WOODEN WARE WINDOW-GLASS, SASH & PUTTY, NAII.S, DYE-STL'FFS. HOUSE-TRIM-MINUSotM kind, YANKEK NOTIONS, l.niikinir.Glna.sen nnd Domeslio Goods, such 1 SHEETINGS. Shirtings, Tickinaa, Cotton r'jnn ne s. wickmea. I wine anu waiiniiigs, ol 1.1 lam everything ummlly kept in a country store. IPE DESIRE, in exchangefor the above. Butter, Chrete, Lord, Oalt, Corn, Buck-wheat Flour. Rum. East. ami. in fact, everything a.7u taken or gicJi generally. (Cnsh not retused. Thankful lor nist favors, we still soicit a share of your patronage. H ilkins & Keller. Chardon, Feb. 1st, 1861. 577yl Notice. rf flF: Sl'llSCKinKltH will keen on hnnd L and mnnufuciure to older, at the Mnchin Shop ol llio lute A. A..Genung. Painesviile, the fullowing niacliinery, nuniely. Steam Enaincs Stationary and Portable ol any required siise dimension We mauulnclure a small sized Engine woll calculated for driving a power printing press, being tiprigui nna very wniipnu, nnl n....ii.uina ninrn lllnn 3 I'pet SnUnre SliaCe. large sizes built in pnrlicur rclerence to rumping. iVc.. all ol wntcn are niniiuiBuiu.cu the best material and warranled perlectmachinoi JACK SCREWS OF UNI SIZE, SAW JUM JIERS, a superior article, WINDMILL PUMPS, A. A. Genung's Patent, Machinesv Ton Wood, Denial's Planers of anv size, Planine. Matshi and Mouldino Machine combined. Murliving M chines. Tenoning Machines, Wood Lathes, cenlrio do.. Wood eawlug .ilacnines, uircui baws, Tiiwrus' TOOLS. Hulhert's Double Seamnrs, Squaring Shears, ting Down muciunes, runcifs, etc., etc Funicular Attention paid to JOB WORK, Mil Work repniring of all kinds don promptness anu aispaien, ano at tne lowest ilile prices. L. T. 1IULBERT & CO. L. 1'. llt'LBERT. K. C. GkNUNU. 576 yl have sn To In unri- the St., CT3-'HZ2 yV-TCJ Gi-J&L. CARRIAGE SHOP. S- W. NEWEL, PROPRIETOR, tTfOUI.D make a resnectful bow to his v V merous Iriends and patrons lor past favors, and solicit a continuance of their liberal patron- age. Having refuted and furnished his wun the best mooern improve. ..ems ana ibgiii ties, as well as a Choice Stock of Superior Tim ber, I am now prepared to do all work in my with neatness and uispatcn. i wouia can alien tion to my large Slock of Finished Work, aisttngol CARRIAGES. HFfJfilF.8. SULKIES WAGONS and CUTTHtS, all of superior manufaciure, and at prices to suit the tunes, cannot fail to suit the customer. Pteasa call xsmine work and price belor purchasing (tt"Special attention paid to repairing in all departments aso Silver Plating done on noiice.xd tZr All Work warrsntod. Clnridon, February 1st, 186L 57tf MISCELLANEOUS. 'cTTp'riT APTOI N1OTTS7 '61. Prove nlF Things !! DR. H. W. WADSWORTH, " ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND HUUUfco:, ILL Db AT It I 8 OFFICE, IN Chbo, Chase Ilonse, Tneitlay, 16th. Hainesvim.r, Cowlcs House, Monday, iJtn. Ci.ivai.iiD, Johnson House, Weduestlsy and Thursdny, 17th and IHth. JurrERsoN, KriHny, 12ih. AsHTASfi.A,Httrdny, 13th. . CONSULTATION FREE. THE MODE OF EXAMINATION Pursued by Dr. Wndsworth Is Vory simple and entirely new, nnd by l disease of nny of t)io inter nal vlml organs is in a very few minute detected w'S fiw.iluv nnd certiiintv. wilhodt askins the nntient a question, or having the least pteviova knowledge of the case. Atnung the diseases trentcd sccessrully sta SCIIOFULA, And all diseiws of a srroftilns origin. Vlcers, Tumors, ICnlnrged Ulandsor Joints, Hip Lifi nse, Swelled Neck or Goitre, Scrotulous Sere Ki, Scnld Head, liruptions.on the Fnce or oilier pans, Cancer, Kisiulo, Spinal Disease, Dyspepsia, Grov el, Inipotonce, Stricture, St. Vitus' Dance, L i. Imwy, ltheuinntiem, Dropsy, byplulis, Ague anil 'ever, Neugnlgin, &c.,otc. All disenses pcculinr to remaiea, nna imi cnron" r f iim lirnin. Eves. Tliront.' I, unci. nnrt. Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Spleen, Skin or other organs. Those sufTWIne from Chronic Dixesse or nnyne. scripiion, mny be assured that their caws will tia reateu Iniriy sna sanuiiuy, nnu in-jr win m m inpniirnapd lo take medicine without a corres- nondins nrosnect of benefit. Dr. W. bos visited Cleveland nnd other places in Ohio and H. Y regularly, for the last three years, anu can mrntsn patients wiin nny nrnouni ui nwnin "i niS SKHI nnu qunilliumi""" (.1.,......., ill visit the above ulaues every month, for one year, thus giving those who consult lum, oppor tunity loconiiniie till cured. Those esses, by oih ers pronounced incurable, are requested torall;lt rill cost noihing to nave your cose uiiini.u .im xplsinetl. Those wishing to consult by letter, nnydiroctto Uatavio, New York, or to the cat of the Hotel nt any of my nppnintments. 11. v. w Avswun i n,iu. v., Unlavin, New York, Residence and print IpalOIIice renndines, Hereges, nleneins, nlinets. liioclicl Anglaia, Ginitliams, Chambrays, ' O. and por taldo thl Oil Ei Set' with pos nu shop line eon and and else where. Its short Spring 1861 Lockwood Brothers' HAVE JUST li&TUKJJiJJ jrem NEW YORK, and are now receiving thsSf New Spring Goods. Brochet Volossos, Mozambique , Crepe de Luines, Challis, Argentines, French Prima, Lawns, ' Mourning Dress Goods. New Paltcin Cloaks. Tho Garibaldi. The Po.'otot, English Snquo, Cloak Cloths of every shade and quality. Cloaks made to Order, Cheap, Chcaif. CHEAP. VITA TITTC rniidey Firipes. liroche TMbet, Call A. ) V IjO, rjinck hilk, Uerage, Lai, &o , &c, &c. TltlMMINCS, Battens, Milts, Gloves. Siia or,' Hoop Skirts, Uells, Parasols, Ribbons, Ru ches, Knibroirienc". lidkls.. Gilt Cards no- Ml.ltV, 1.1 1.5, lAlllttis nuiiu.t"! 4tc.,otc. .. . ,r . tloths. lassimcrcs Nesiinss. Black French Cloths and tatsmnrea, ianty Cass, Satiiietts, jean, Doeskins, CoshmeretU, Linen Drillings and Cottonades. Groccrivs fc Domestics We Itev Good Good, and put tftttn strA Prictt that you will bvy ihtm if you look at thvm. One Price Onlff. riinesville, March 29, 18GI. 585tf 1 But Home Industry COMPETING WITH Eastern Importation. Be it known to all concerned, that at the Painesviile an be found ihe best rocK of Fruit-Ornamental and lnt"act,everv(mr in the NURBF.RY iine tha has ever been offered in Lake and adjoining Coats tics, at the Itowcst Prices, AND ALL Warranted TRUE TO I.ABFI.. STORRS & HARRISON. rainesville, Ja.28h, 1861. 977m3 CHEESE VATS!! TUE SUBSCBinER IS faclurinpf the best kind of CIlEEbE V ATS In the Country, which I m seliwf St following prices: 77 gallon for 15 to 20 cows, 93 " SO " 23 " 1 8. 1 10 " " 25 " 30 " to. 140 " " 30 " 45 " 23. Accompanying ths Vats are Milk Strainer, Scoop and Jippor. -Discount ol & per rent, for Cash down. 1 also have on hand a large assortment of Cook ing, Parlor and Box Stoves, and a general as sorlmsnt of Tin Ware, which i am b.und la lelt. 7-Job Work of all kinds dona on short notir. Ali kind of Oil and fluid Lamp changed to Coal Oil Lamps. J. F. liKUclS. Chardon, March 8th, 1S61. Geo. Hall's $ianti anil WxWto DEPOT AT PAINE8VILI.E, O. To the Citizen of Chardon and vicinity: MR. HALL has just completed extensiv sr rsngetnentsfor th FaI and Winter Trad In Pianos and Mlodeon, nd is now prepared to, furnish any first clasa Piano or Melodeoa, at greatly reduced rale from laat year. fcJ-Every Instrument guarantied 10 8lyenI,r aualaction. Those about purchasing should nrsi write to Mr. Hall, or ee him in peron, betoa purchasinj elsewhere, a he ha th S"01 edge and mean to bafriend them. Psrtleul.r soon. Address Gf-O. HALL. ,00if Paliwsvill,Ohli.