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COHTMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY MORNIMO, FEB- . liil3- No Caucus ! jM r Wa0, meo bad been - tb. ttqaa uamhor.oUtgnatcrc. tt . ? .u. .ui , It teem thai the? 1114 SbU,na lvefor. not prepared to BM to consider lb Senatorial qwrtton. Sow . iw-Vn.W T.ieOiren"wli6 lad OQwUtlDgl .Ign.d tueoUl.eftwrwerd withdrew from ihe rrBment. aui refused to b. cowhUrcd o I A majority not battng been brongbt v tto UtUDf'poW' it wee eononnced by the 'Speaker or the House, tbai on account of tome Luoder.tandl.g, Md for Mm other '....,;.. iV, wooldJ no Caucu at the ; Mmepropoeed! Bomebcdy stigjested that the ' ! i ... ddros to attend th. masquer- ad ball at NaogUW. flail, and U U ibere deemed beat not to meet In Caucus!- 1 Wh.tw that weal to the ball or not, U ifl ocr win that thar was no Senator nominated; and II ii also eerUlo lh tb' radicals are reiy manh Aiettmraaedjud do not feel at ell eaUefled with the course of the eonserTatWe membets it,Fflitan heaiebold Whether they will ,.fo. tv. next time the? m'ako the UUvVVtA UOt"' wmw - - ' ftwt ia net no a Caucus remains to be Been. Wak.w.had In the c ty for -several days nl.r. m.lt a number ot the radical poltticlaca, !, earloui Daru ol the Biale. There baa been great outside preur brought to bear la fetor of the candidate of these men, but the .!.- - . .nnmnUhd (hie time' The HIou r effort will. Of course, be repeated, and. It may be, with better success. The -union- uemo oral Mid eoorti Republican are tspecl ed to come np to the "scratch" the next time, D, ha read oat ot the arwirw Foeioa party, iv- ... fcathti the hae the backbone ' to remain npon tbe platform whereod they Ae - . will rield to th radi- rail end become obedient ta their bebcataj; . No Caucus ! The Journal's Homily. li m well remarked ny me jwm jl city, jciterday morning, ipeaklng ot the pree ant aepeot ef aJT.lre, tbat "the gr.re qnestioc to hlch legUUCoo I to glr ebap nd sane; ' Hon, will demand of legtsUteM the utmost p of mind and tb uimoit pnrlty of motive." And th Journal takes vae occasion to read Ita party, whtch It calls lb "common brutberhood at tbe Onion organiiUioo," a bomily on latll !Ju!s being "arbitrary ead nsbending," ud cooi meads tbe lawglrer, ,bo osn Cist prejudice and eelf-irill behind him, and exorcise them frpa hie mind at eril tempters." !The Journal's observations are made la gea tnl nmr; bi?t it is easy, to eee that they bare e local acfplieation. There are in tnai-oommoc brotherhood" gttat oy who are not. aito; tether satisfied ltb their "relatione," an! espe cially with some new onee that are Ukdy to be formed. Hence, they hare become restive and threaten U "secede" frsa tbe "brotherhood Tbee of coarse most be admonished, but 13 eritlit manner Dosilb'e, cos to be "arbi trsn nd unbendlag," but to oset away "prju' dice end self-win." ; ' We admire the qniet end kiod-boirted wy la which tbe Jnrntl lays on the rod. But there is a graver aspect in which Its reproof should be viewed. If party organisstloa can sot be kept together without such sacrifice as the Jonriul recommends, how can a, Union of Swtee be consolidated end maintained where a portlua of them are "arbitrary aod aobendiog" ad refuse to lay aside "prejuffloe ana eeir will J" - . -.- '' ' .' No eonsible min double that our truest n' tioaal difBsnltiM, which have involved end !m periled tbe very existence of the Union, ere wing to this "arbitrary sd nsbeodlng" epli'.t of "preiodtoe end self-wilt" in the sectional oocfliote tbat preceded end bare foIiow6d the raiart ta arms. And It Is alio plain thai if ever the country ie reatired to it pristine con' ditloo, that r?!rit mu.t be exorcUed. ; ". Address of Mr. Flagg. Mr. rtAoe. of the House delivered the Anrsoal Address aV the Com saenoemcnt of the Wester Homeopathle Col lege, la Cleveland, Ust Toesday evening. , It Ie spoken of by the papers of tbat ci'.y as an lnnatni and echolMlT Drod action, u- . -. ' The JfrreMssyi: , " '.' ,f ; , The Annual Addreee was delivered by the Boo. VT. J. Flagg, of Cincinnad, and was a production of more than ordinary merit, eliolt log repeated burst ol applaaee. "'"u,1"; The Plain Dealer' i notice is as follows;'" H a. W. I. Flase. el Cioeinoatl, wse then Introduced, who delivered an exceediagly Inter esting addreee, which wae listened to with deep ttjindaa bv the audience. It was a very able fforl, end w regret tbat space to-day will not permit a to lay It before our readers In full. H was wermly eppiauaea r tne oiase. , The graduating class nnmbered thirty-two mesbers, all of whom received diplomas. Ail ah Commansement exercises are slid to have been very Interesting. It most not be thooght remarks a cotem porary tbat ell is don when our triumphant eOiumns snau nave aispenea, u luwrrwiwu ary bands which so long impeded their march Viotory is not eJwey eynonymotie with peace. We must remember that alter we shall have drawn back the misguided Southerners lata the Union folds, we shall hare to live with them as brothers end equals, and that In some sense their ellfgisnce most be voluntary in order that the connection may be mutually benefioial Tbe aim ought to be to ooneiliate rathef than destroy to show that whilst resistance to tbe nthorltT of tha Bovtrnment will be vain and suicidal, tbe government is not a tyrant, as de signing men have said, but a plitical organi sation to protect all rights. Let It be shown thai tbe object of the loyal people have been tendered by tbe disunion leaders thai we never Intended, never wianea, to oppose tne lnnim - tents of any section, or render their citizenship burdensome or distasteful. Above all should it be demonstrated that; the Unionise are not a (sag of siave robbers or abolition incendiaries. 8o w 111 the erring soon se their error, and brotherly cordiality, fraternal harmony, seal the permanence of the re-united States. To-oay, Friday, February 28, has 6eon sp- potnted a day of humiliation end prayer through out the dominions of fasow Uvi. Jmrr aao Nosn Vixws. Lei alt th secci sloctste to end out ef tbe Suotbera Confederacy road tb ordme from Geo. Halieck to the offi cers and soldiers of the department of Miseouri and tbe proclamation of Commodore Foote to thocsind calnmnle npon th Federal orme. i Address of Mr. Flagg. Louisville Journal. "In or Out of the Union." ! We bavc irenueuily rusierrtd1 to the persistent and gigantic tffortB that have, bkua made, and are still junking, to Induce Congress moeiiia aeh States out of th Union as tb rebt'ls al lege they have taken out of It by the psessge of scceuiDQ 0(dluB. We bare given prom; Inence to this subicot. because weirecMd the scheme proposed aa perfecting wbaAtJie. stces-. sionlsta have attempted to compass namely. she dissolution of the Union. It Is n acknowl edgment' tbat "thb seceaalon ordlpancts., mo valid for" the purpose dapigoed 4he snapping; asunder et tbe cords tbat bound the States sa socb to the Union." In preor of this, we submit to the readtr. tbe following artiole frous- the Weshington National Republic vl tb inst , headed, Ho or Out of tbe Union:'' ' N(Kii7 in more nlain than tbat States mar take themselves out of tbe Union, and abdicate all their rlghte oaaiaws, oy meir own voiunia- rv act. Tbey oannot, nowerer, wnnoui me aent of the natlonwithdnw either their tcrrl tora or their citixens, irom tne naugnai juris itlnttnn? '. ' ." ' ' ' ' "fc . ... It la nrabab v one ot tne aormanc pavere oi the Union, to expel a State, for sufficient ct se In onnflrropd m iaoonduot and vicious praotioe, but beyond all doubt, it Is optional with the Union to keep a SUte out which has wluntartiy osaseuf. ' ' ' . ' ' , iinHnnhtedlv.the Un on owes certain, inde feasible duties ot protection to such citistins of withdrawing Btatee as remain lojai, dm u oe pends upon circumstances whether these dutiei oan bs best perlormed, by compelling, or per mining, the return of snch plates into the I!nir.n:or bv enforcing tbe mitloiial Jurisdiction ever the territory of such States In some other way.t- It may happen tnai to rccngmiB me ao tual governments of withdrawing States, may h. ,h vr nonrie to subieot the lojai minority ot their inhabitants to the tyrsnny from which they ought tobe relieved. ' ', ' , . In tha nraaent matter ro hand, the true view i. th.t .11 the Stales whiob bare passed ordin- nfl. ni eni'iilon. are now out of the Union, and are to be re-admitted, not as a ma ter of luiit hut at auoh time and under such clrcum .nd conditions as may be indeed best h. th nation. ExoeptioDS mav, perhaps, be mud of Virwlnla and Tennertee, in both of which, Impartant territorial divisions have re- ma nn aieaauv iotbi- - Nothing is more absurd than tbe Idea that the object of this bloody and exhausting war. Is to restore to meir former punuusi weigu, nuu power In tbe Union the old aristocracy of South Carollue, or tbat little tieet ot ri-pu'tlatlng swindlers heretofore dignified Is tbe tttate ol Florida. Tne War nss no tnen preposterous oo iit u f hat.t Is Is co Drestrre our terrftorv in- 4ct within Its essential boundaries and to vin dicate tbe vital fact that this is really a nation, and not a mere league or thirty-tour sovereign ties. We are fighting to maiutain our own rightful authority over tbe territory of Bubtb Carolina and Florida, and not to eoable the rebels ascendant there to send new Ynlees end Mil iaria into the Senate to plunder us, or new Ham- moods to beard Ntnd loeoll us in onr own Capi tal We Are fighting, in short, to'eetabllabtbe rights, asf of rtbtlt, but tf th nation. " I It IS, 01 course, toe txpeuvauun buu uu: that uUtrnsUfy tbe condition of affairs may bp such ae to render it safe to re-admit Into the Ilntnn all the 8tates which have left it. But mt loeiat and Dolitioal chances must be msde io soma of them, bafor this expectation can be realised. - ' - "' : : ' . ' , Jq tbe meantime, th monstrous heresy that tha Union exists to dT as it did in low, contra ry as it ia both to notorious facs and to ritidn- al legal views, snor.ia noi db wieruieu tor m mo mmt. It ukee twe'-to make a bargain,' and .n affrMiaerit we mav hereafter make with J -n -. .-,.... i. South (Jarolloa and rianaa (we epeas oi mem by way of illustration), ie a bargain it ftotia, they navlng tbemseivea nuiunea tne c:u eno In traailnv wiih them, of course we must con ilder eur duties to their loval inhabitants, few at best, bat not on that account the less enti tled to txowctiob. ' How it may be next week, or next year, no maa can foresee, bat todny the. very worst way to protect tbem.-would be ta fe iavst the bloodv and desperate factions which role tbem, wl:h tbe powers sod' attributes of State sovereignty. Important Revelations. Tbe Albanr correnondent of Herald eutes tbe efTct of the- recent victcrlee in Albiuv to be the n - - .; St "dpihing the guns of tbe AbolitiouUte, whe save Dec a exyeoaing money ou certain person and coireepondents to publish and olrouute unf derhand insinuations and attacks upon General McCleiian and Mrs. LlocoJo. V whioiisa pars and f srceLof j progranuccxiarxed out at a ptivat galbermg otHfaee wieriosdf abont the time mat senator coroner maae Die speesa before the Young Men's' Republican Associa tion in New York. At tbat meeting a line of aoticn was marked oat,' of which Greeley and the croorietore of the Jndepenatnt were cogni sant, and which tbey consented to, and I believe that Oieelev was oresent; at any rate, he is a member ol' the association which had charge of the-execution of ice programme, .iwcsry thousand oopies of Bumper's speech for emanci pation were printed, an agent appointed to go to Waeblngtan to se teat memoer or vongreee had a full aupplv, and, if possible, to get them into the army into tbe haods.of the privates to large enough quantities to leavea tee lump. At the same time tbe .Washington correspondents ot certain paper were to be ordered to com mecce their attacks npon General MoC.eiian and Mrs. Lincoln, to bs followed op editorially, with a determluation, as it wae expreeaed open ly by one person at lbs meeting to force the Administration and ' General McCltllan Jnto tbe adoption of the .'taanclpaUoa. programme, or make the latter semlemaa resiiia,- wo hev con Id sjet some oae la his plaoe who woeld adopt their policy. ' Several private' meetings were, af terwards held ia wall street, at wmonoaiy a select few attended. The details of the plais were at these meetings marked om, . Subset quectly another private meeting was held, un der the pretense of preparing a plan for the re organization of tbe Eepublicau party ' At this meeting men were invited from almost every Northern State, tbe object being, wbile pretend ine to reoTauie the Republican party, to or- S anise an effecilv combination throughout the forth to carry out their programme to compel McClellan to raise the emancipation flag er re sign. This gathering proved in a great meas ure a fizzle-, Tbe numerous attacks made upon MuCleilan and insinuations made against Mrs- Lincoln In certain Republican dailies a ad week lies, as well as tbe base falsehoods in certain pretended relicious weeklies, published by own who from the pulpit inculcate the ductrlneiltou shalt not bear false witness against tby neigh bor,' have been the direct fruits of these con scirators, as is likewise the Hickman Con-Trees ional committee. The vio'.orleS In Terjtieesee have in a measure spiked tbe gnus .'.Ci, thse. conspirators..' -.';,;t t ) ! The Hon. Thomas Ewing. It is said that Ohio wilt Hot ImpYoSabty 'ffil this illastrious son Of here to represent her in tb Senate of the nation. Ws hope this saying is true. We thoqld rejoice to eee this probabil ity reduced to a certainty.. The event would be a sufficient ground for national rejaioing. Mr. Ewiog is beyond dispute One of the greatest ot living Amtricao statesmen. He is a great jurist as well as a great statesman- He ie and ba ever been a conservative. H te a patriot without a flaw or a stain. Tbe elevation by Ohio of eucb a man at such a time to the Sen ate of tbe nation would mark a glorious (pooh io tbe history of this mighty struggle. It would besot merely a rare and previous aeoecsion of stateemansbip to tne public -councils,- out a pledge oi conservatism on oenait or. toe ivortn thavwouid iuepwe tb open loyalty of tbe South with new nop, it would deal a sensible mow on the head of the stsareeribr rebellion, and at the same time increase sensibly the -ability of the nation to Improve the viotory that ia virta ally woo. It would be hailed by S oat hern pat riots and by thoughtful patriot! everywhere elee as ao omen of spsedy and thorough eneofii, ' morat as welt as military. W hope most .sin cerely and a-ixlously tbat OnicwiU doio thie relation wbal it is said she contemplates. We, however, of course have no thought of obtr tid ing our advice in the case, deeply as Kentucky Is- concerned in the leeoe, This waperbapi have not tbe right to do. Certainly we have not the inclination. We er wi!!ln'y coa- fide toe wbole mailer to tbe loyalty and en- I : , ' lihtnmenl of our elster States Louisville Louisville Journal. Legislative Summary. THURSDAY, Feb. 27, 1862. SiMTiPett'.ion4 wsre psente4end re- ferr!- lor a law to provide forth reflempuon of times f the Seneca county Bank; for a Uw n r .xhnni ax. misers. D oua.e bill.. To amend tbe 41s-otlow ehe wH tioa -an act to auiuortas ed, March H'. 85f, was passea-l i 7'!'"J bttli wewjlotiodaoed aid read 'bo lrt?tuHl c w I a. '.n k .A - M .ntltled provtde lor tbe rapid orgmnv v. of Ohio euliited under th requisition of thq, d .i.. ti.,ii.i tii.' and to ul tne compensatior ..tlth. '.IK!."!! Jl by said act) To repeal an ao fining tb jurisdiction and regulating the prao tioe Sf Probate Courts in the i counties of ht e, Lucas, Richland, tloimes, Montgomery, Dela ware. Franklin, Scioto and Jeffr,,0B'qg April 12, and took effect Jday, I, --l.- To amend section five of an act to provide for tne rapid organisation of the militia of Ohio mlUt .a nnH tha HHmtiition f thFresident of the United States, passed April 23J861. The following bills wera passed: To enable the Town CauooU of.! the iaqorporated village of Miamlsburg ta appropriate- raonej i tain case therein named; To authorisa the les see of lots fifteen k4 thlrtj oX. Mn erlal ..ninn xf em u. th. lawnahiB ot Uauipoits, Gallia county.Voettrrender hia ieare nd take a deed. A communication from the Governor was received and referred tncioe ng ... tmm nkl nnPWAtsnaairlrtelAII h.iwaeor aim. aao een atora Wade and Sherssaoi relative to an add!- tlooal member, of Congress from ,Pblo. The bill. For the relief .of Beaj. Copley n4 often, ptirchajsra Trom.ho Stato, of.TeeobaUd Ur)ds and lots belonging to Ibo estate of Jehh Tscher. tor, alias John Mwuusn.. lata of Wyaudot oouuty,deoeased, having bfte ieiurnedlrom the House. as4 the rot by which il fHd to pass having been reconsidered, is wae agum i I,,,;;.. h dar.Iared Dtased,-, Hones bill changing the times fUsditoe holding tbl terms of Ibe Diewlot Conrt'aed the eommef'aud fall trnuol the, Court o;,Cpmmon Pleas in the Ninth JudlpU Uistri J,662..was.ad the fi.st, seoocd,nd Uriarnd then passed H.maa Mil. To amend section fourteen of an act direotlu the, mode ol tt.lal ln criminal 1821. et. r. Mr m..i nit'MMi a tmtamblw aad vesblution ..i.hm in hinirnr HVri lilntrlBAtltit': IfJpies of "Mllltar Tteculationi. TactlcJ and Statiitlo?,' Mr Sorasue cfleied resolutloa of Inquirerelative td the clothing and beddiOK w doowota ni w p.i.7 hih ... ailnntad. Noliot-fif OeW Dill' giveu. Tbe Senate was to' committee of sihe Vhole dortsg'a part 1A the' witevuocn "-Mr. Har.bprcesnted-a- petltidVi aekint thatBen. w.rf. ha f a.iMted Unit) State Bnttf , which wae laid 0 the table rr . Lang efftr! a res olution, wbldt 'was: adoptetr, -Twoviaiug' w u anpomtmefil bPr eeteel eerBmltto wiittqulre wnetner any legislation mwmi -. - --j... telegraph 'ootupanlee tw seud dinpatobee'triat have reaohed thelr'offlore from otneritoee; . - Rnti. -j-Ptittnii wrs rVrdtnted'ind rtfer red tor a law to brOhlblt the imailcratlat) of negroes and molattoes Into tots' 8tale.rwfe election of Hon. Thomas fcwlcgto t'ue. Untied States Seoati; For if eft per cent, lawresi, laws r.itr.atB.ietLin'of Hun. B F.',Wd6 i) th rr.t.Jj a..ir.k Pa . I. in reduce the UUMCU . - l-T " salaries of.Btite and VOUtity omcers; or a law to drUVtaeforthe' piymtoj yl rfar.ouutrp. For an eight per ceni.,tuemt jiaw. , ,. T . Bundry Dull weio-ieau vue wcrau nm c'ororhtRed: and U folloWlDfj btlla were passed Supplementary to.su aod regulating diSJente and the distribution of, persoual es a ea, ptbtd Marrh 11 TfflJ: Ta amend tbe SSih section ol the act entitled an aot of the Jurisdiction and procedure before justices. pi- the. pease, end of tha duties cf constables iu'oivll cases;" .To 173 of ifss Code.' Tha bill. To repeal an act entitled "an cl to athotiis tbe uommissionera , 01. vieriaoui.,uu, wauniMw couches to Dhrchase a bridge therein named, failed to receive k constitutional majutifyt but the vO'e by which It failed to pass, ws rcon sidtred, an! tha bill was then referred to a & lect eammittec. A oommuniCAliuO irom the nondenoe. between him" and our. Senators aod RrioreaentatlveS in' Congest, relative to an ad dltlonal member jjjf CoDgrcssJfroovPhio, which Was CBlCITCUv.4 4 I r - -. . I -j PI i' Jvli.a M. (4nn fif Rftff bul4. ad thft. 1QI lowing bills ware introduced and read , the, fret time: 10 amena an act cuuuc uvp w tborize cohnUes, townnblps, cities and incoipo tatad. villages to issue bonds '.to.-certaio, caaes, naesed March 1U, loouj 10 ccaDie stnarq-ji Tnoner's Plain Seminary to share In the dlstrl bntioo of public schoorTunds; Supplementary to tha sat' entitled "an act for tbe' disiribution anAlnvMrmntof IVu Stale's fcro'cortion of the tuple swenae," passed, Marco S3, ID3T. nri Llod. to wbewi was referred the 'petition which he had prwsentedt asklfif that Mr. Ewiog ' bs leoted UnlWd Slates Senator, teborted that hi election would be bailed with joy by etiery lover of bis OMnrryrahd avtheme time ;tue eicc , Uoa of iS'iot'Wh'' flood Union man" wtmJd be Satisfactory' - Sundry 'Senate mesg Wrr rf.rf and dianoned of. The bill. To amend the .k eectftm of the election Taw, passed March 3, J85 w: ladefinitely postponed. -1 Konse- i 11 , To amend 'eeetions 90 and 91 of the justice's code, was indefinitely postponed Senate joixit resolution, authoriaingtbe Governor ee?ept tbeeervlorsef Toluoteet inrgWnh'and s;lnt tbeirccssiiry expenses; was adotrted UB''J , 1 THURSDAY, Feb. 27, 1862. Mr. Cox's Speech. We haveDacoL)c to offer oar readers let the epacis occupied Jo to Cay ' paper, with- the able and ectcrtainlax speech oi Uoa, B.i,Cm the. Crflf mbne DiairloU-, Jhere-U'eet one ot our readers then he commenoae to read iW-WH consent tobe interrupted until he firrUhee-.read- lng tbe whole, or the- speeoO.. -bucn a maa as Mr. C.i ati honor iobe Piairiot aod tt hi repceee'nta. ;'9ox,"Naional,- Uye,; i . fcgiftlr Cadiz Sentinel. D ':Mditrf -Wersret o ijeafttfit'Uls geatrwnah ha beeirYery -dangeVoBll llrwltft au attack ef inflimdatory rheumatism, sngfiaBj been, coneeaentlyj 'separated . from f Is" rneot.th-8ixtt-tHirfr. forsrne time .past., fie nn hatir r. hawarer. and hoDes to be "ebon with hie and ttfsee1 tbcm'rn'1bfl5M I Athens Messenger. vr. 94dJ -!Tbe' bdnee;m,l'Brb"d ana rpujinoecypje oy toe auoicrwtet,fl iiefB targe, Ii acd stable oMoted' with: il, and ie la everyway etoaeatly tltnated. i)-.'7 .Elicr, 1r7il!io'',wt.4 jTsla,i i'hft lUlUtS a'clOfikSaeyeiseniewoJ - ci . td -iloui Pioinor WJUtiWe- trndersUnd that one bnndred and sixty-eight rjbmmtssioried . r i - . c- . r t omcers, wno were usen prisoners at f-rt uuua too, (arrtved laet night-flo 'addition those whose araivaj Tven.atLBreFiouaiy announceu. They arc quartered at Camp Qhas. , M nil . Some twelJe bnndred private ate expected thli mornlnoalsd Far I Dnnehbrj' vtihhitbf";- BT W have Heard ,'aevvat lovers ot lie weed jay . tbat -WmH., Rejtieanx, JLOfi 8oath, High street, has come of the beet chewing -to' bacooln the e'hf ot etsewbere al'apa eO whether tbey are good judges. ; tj ve,nyj fcj J . , , t..... A t.m ;m i n HJt tfiy ST. Ia the . Court fflCommon Pleat at Cleve n m I n. r f m a AT? 'V ' ! 1W I it I landjon weonespeyj joor persons were 'sen- teieed to ftie Pei)ltenUjir-ihreerbwglarl for eWtw? and ihro year ridtireiyrnd4 pne for forgery for threw yeert. i ' m Mtrlicf n rte-'Tfj(Ki Postmaster M.UiiUa Statipoln, tbhl eetuty, was (ilaoaaad of by;Uw8'.CommiasiBer'litU4 day at ClMlinaB on We3us1iy roorc!n. Mr. Glover waeteld, fViaJ! ',Iri. 'thaipro,' of ,fcSO for"; further ttUi&ty AB tor eirfittie BnM d state Witrici touri-. it bii watvn aicdiedhaff always Baro'e a fjXAjfA W&rl'tc,y(ji (,o0in'jQn the j E.ej!pi g..,rBrf?iffl ,oybiff5 ,riro ' ; (-ofiTTme . I [...] to the Sold [...] Aid Society. fhet'suli moil hty I seeing' oi the -oclety wt sen jral t'y later than usual if nontb, oa ioal of the recent lomaria urvti uur time, and too oobcecruettti press of buuueus. Our meetioes at tbe roomefir outtlng, aewlDg, and Backlog boaet'bwwttniKd at iutcrvaie dur lLg the Week," and a large amount of work has been, accomplished npeven. mare! pfxts bare beeq'prOpated line oiif agentsleft for Kentucky three of which are already disposed of. Two boxes were sent this month to Captain- John Mtcbell, at Muofotdsvllle, Kentucky one of mh was from; aicvQnneisriue.u . w nav alaoNciiyed bcxflraa Citolevulo S from Uaii)ujo and Kosooef i rross Donors, irom Newark, 1 from New Albany, and 1 from Dres den. : A rcTCFIrom'Dr. A. M. Read, ol the Sani tary Commission at Louisville, Ky , has jost reached us, aoinowieogiog tne receipt oi seven teen boxes of hospital stores from our, Associa tion? fHe represents a Jar'go' number of, sick and destitute in that Division of tbe army to whloh they were sent (Calhoun), and assures us .that otff s teres were exceedingly aooeptable, and would go far toward supplying their most press ing wants.. ,. r: ni t r x T 7 f y lUut.' Society desires !-to -expreas Its Indebted ness and gratitude to the railroad companies, whloh have constantly transoorted all of our boxes free, and for the gentlemanly kindness of the officers connected witn tbem. Also, to our olty papers, be St ataman; Fact, Journal and Oatelte, whloh have always willingly published alt notices, and brought our cause before tbe public jo various way without charge, ., These are favors' ft? "Which' we must feel especially grateful. We also desire that the public sbonld know how much Is owicg to all tbe members of Mr. He?s family fr a great deal tbat has been aocoupliabed inline Soclsty- To Mr. ilejl, for our use of two pleasant rooms, at a sacrifice of Betsonal convenience; to rare. Hevl. for her energy, efficiency and unselfish devotion to all our interests; ana to toe. young raessre. lien for various acts of kindness. Also, the favor afforded ns by Mr,, Limberner, of cutting out all tbe soles tor a large quantity ot boapltal slippfrs, e)t,cepa few, cutat thepetaoa.iv- -At aur last meeting, Mrs. Ii. Norton resigned ber, cuius oi ireasurer, ana Mrs. j. u. Wet uioro was sppointed in her place. Mrs. Norton retires with tbe good will of tbe Society, and their full appreciation ol her tattbtul and com pcteut services. 1.70 V v " ' 'Ji 'W' The Treasurer's report for tbe past month nas already been published, ibat ol tbe pur chasing commiUce ia aa-lolloasi , MuillQ. 1870 yards 333 3 Ctlieo(renuiuin)..J....5.-.'..',.,.J,..y.. 1 fie Canton fliouel, SOX yaid (It Cruh, 150jrO..,T.)..,o.i,.i.....j; ill 00 fli&o. 10 Ibt g to 8andrtet-9 dot. thread, 1 grou button!, Ibi ' ioap, e:p...... .v. T..Mi.;17 vi ...... ... ... ...f jua q. The donailouB rbr'Uhh'plt few days are as follows: G. P. ScbruII 7 pairs slippers. H. H, Kimball--iJj fi ,do A U Allewfc'Awi 12r vda. Mauldin. & Meroer--3 -do. I 1.1m "' J. W. Constaos 6 do. Mr. Dunford i 3VOTei,.0:.ff-4).i. A Mis Dr. Jones 3 woolen shirts. . Mrs. Champion 3 'runs fruit. 3 eslrd cants. 3 vests, 2 blHe, S-Boll , 4 sheets and 4 pillow oases. . Mrs Chittenderr-fl'ihirtt.'t sheet and 2 nil- . - - - r-i Mrs, Ck)ie-1 DOWl lelly. 3 eheeti. 3 nankin.. x piiiQwcases, toweu onooio ot cotton. Mr f arsons 9 sheets, pair boots. 3 com fort', 1 pair shoes, 3 shirts, 1 pillow case, 3 pair pants, x otaeaoa, puiows, -eoawrx vests, o bowls jellys 1 1 " fupus of mind Asylum 2 boxoa-pt lint, i ' Miss BurgentbaJ 2 pair socks. Mrs. Lord2 pair socks, 13 lowe!-, r rr Mr Carlisle 7 piitow oases, 3 sheets. 4 lbs dried fruit. - i Mies Tipton I pair socks. . ; MIsi Oilro Brown 8 paisacisriO nlllow caaet S elitrts, 3 ebeets. Kutb C. Baran-6 ielr seeks," bias,' ban dages .. . St.-uU F, ' fllus B.AyuUoitvl pair socks. i Mrs. Juedse Matthews 3 pair woolen draw; era. I fair, pantaloons, 2 theetr, bundle of mus UoTm w t v'- :m " ' Mrs. Louring 1 coat, 1 pair pants, 4 pillow eases, I tableolotn. Miss Kilbouroe 4 -packages farina. Mrs. Waston 10 ibs. dried fruit. 4 lbs. soaa. cloth. - -' . Mrs. Butler 7 shirts, 2 sheets, 1 flauncl shirt, 3pairdrawerer-2 pillow caete. 1 towel. psir socas, i oed sacs Airs. Kimball a meets, a pillow cases, I oair drawers, 1 dressing gown, 1 shirt. Mrt, HWbWb i ooat. Mr. John Brooks 2 sbecis. Miss M. Benfield 2 pillow ticks'." Vnillow cases, 9 handkerchiefs, 4 soeets. Mrs A. f . Btone 4 abeets. 8 woo en ehirte. 12 handkerohtors, 3 pair pants, 2 shirt. 2 oair shoe. r.:j;u oaf . Sacford ft MoDermetb 3 spittoon. MrftSMargareUMcDermeth 7 auart cans fruit. Mrw. Barber Mrs. Cook 4 sheets, 4 shirts. pair drawers, 4 roll bandages. Miss Uroiby patr-siippers; Mrs. C. Olds 3 cans condensed chicken. Mrs, W. A.Plattr 1 barrel soda cracker;. ' Mrs. Ridgway 4 abeets. Mr. Weetoa-U leather bnioiiV oV. Mrs. Rebecca HnlLurd 10 cans concentrated chicken, ooaofjrfel.-T-'-'V'-T ; r Mr. Low-Bd jar-: Uiake 1 bed-lick, 1 sheet, 4 undershirts, 22 pa lis of. socks, 1 pair of tti jperer Impair of tttoea, 15 papcra of farina. Mr.-rleH;--7HM irutr, l jar or pickles, papers. i..Vt s MUL. G. Sinki-ajara pickled peaohs. Air, w.uesbier i tar blackberries, 1 bowl eliy- .. .. Mrs. Mason 1 jar apple-butter. . Mrs t&JSiilh-X laf-rran.Jai'eposeber- ries, 1 jar tOmatcesr Mre. J. Aston leans beef. t,- Mn JTt:a1tl fciri enrrant.. 2 e&nafnmutnaa MrJ. Hbustdn 1 Jar apples, 1 jar gooseberries, jar peaches, 2 yards flannel. Mrs. Dr. Andrews ljar chcrrTesTI bottle to matoes, 1 jar cucumber pickles. .. : Mrs. U. rerson 1 bottle elam cttaiiD. 1 CoUl cherry syrup, 1 bottle blackberry syrup, I jar currants, i jar oiaeT)etin,T;rss tomatoes, 1 bottle tomato eatsuj: ' -- MtaJ Ji. lbcunpsoab sheets. nT.a -T nmh K t-1.-a tf k.Af ...an.. f, i . WWW. VMVUW.I Mrs. Rudisill I shirt. 2 bowls Jelly. 3 sheets. pairs orawersv-j T--t-t .VCS? 3 OSS .n Mrs. Abbott 1 roll caroet for elioners. Mrs. Wetmore Llnnen-oottoni carpet and binding. ,r "n7 Mr Randall 2 shirts, 1 pair drawers, J3 pair oouao efcpa, i eu gowtH nanaei wrapper, s cans of Ctmcentrkted lamb, 2' of beef, 2 ol chick en, roll of bandagej. Mr. Sarah Olmetead 6'shl'rtsi 1' comfort, 1 towel. Yonug ladies of Light f Qfantry Atd Society Ltnt( puiC03l)ian kud-neaui eases Mrs. Tumplirey 1 jar marmalade. Mrs-Ide 12 bottles currant wine. . . , -.: Bratheilinick Ford 9 sheets, 2 pair eocks. ' Mrs Hinch 3 vests, 1 shirt, 3 pair drawers, i a snirt, pair arawcrs, i pair ockl 10 shirts, I WuSiifei Mrs. C. K. Mch.ee a pair eock pair drtWersi I m 'j Hit. Beyer and btberS comfort. 2 abirla.l nalr cnls. 1 soittoon. 3 nil pants, 1 jar cherries, i oakee soap, 1 pound but- Mrs C.-Coek 1 sheet, 1 shirt, bandages . Miss Piatt Roll of carpot for slippers M4s M.-AWb12 osnsTneat for 0tfp.fT rDr.'Goodalc Carpet for 8 pair slippers. M. u..k.a i i ; . ,urv. miiuuu paoa.ap ami,, ' . , .y fUrwaftsr- thi donation -wfll .be 'ibblisbed Mrs. G. M. PARSONS, Pres't Mrs. G. M. PARSONS, Pres't Miss P. SULLIVANT, Sec'y. CTeA arong tbe prteoocrs brought from' Fort Dwnelkbw t,:4th Cifftkris T.'T. PJic, once i' member of tie City Council of Calirmba-wjOWta jHe A1 Js.J4.3j ,hJfe7bflsrri tapuiu in tbe rebel army. 0 - . ( TTtti , ' '0 . WA Dlr appear that" Clinton Waltere, whose trial for deb'fl'flrst!,acgrco'e.iaeotlon- ed some days ago, at progressing In tb Court oLCammnn Pleas fJW'd--euBtyHaw-ftecn ieLleacfJ. ieh;ftterIrj.fbt Bte" Afiffle jpwIatbafipsUtnoi-WogaTetafcrarHcJe iiiuded to a sbori sketotf "of tbedi'crj'inajioea ittend!bbomlo!d,whioh has cost Walters bis lib V to thewmainder of his daye. '' " & i1 www- mn-Hi-F SaBBr;i Scr ot Comcl r and iixijiaiTi ,M Wesley thapsi was qrowiJidLlu t evening with an overflowing but attentive and lutore'st-td audience. . Tbe exeiclses wsre veil tdaptodKo the ocoaatos, and were executed by the children !r. a tyto thai-reflect great trcdlt oa'therfl. selvos, thIr teaoberi and assistant. ! y was Indeed; pleasure to hear so' many in antile and youthful voices unite In singing some ol the finest, hymns aniLaohga la oen lan guage set to the sweetest tone. Under tlje di reetldn of Mr. Chambers, the musical part of th exhlbiUon wis certainly' equal, If not supe rior to anything of , tb kind w aver witnessed. The dialogues were generally spoksn very distinctly and with an eerneetaeee that made them lntertlogrThey. mostly related to mat- te'rs ponnioted with Slbb&tb aohsols, and con. veyed Instructive lesson. Tbe last dialogue plotured forth the experience of a teacher In the South, and traa followed by all the children singing In conoert "The Star 8pangl4 Ban ner," which olossd .'the sxerjlsts of tb even ing. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Portable Saw-Mill Wanted. : To Cut 2,000 Logs! ., nHN Si 'Niri. atarlne tertna. and whtfi ready to (onmeace work , . - feUW-wll ' OueUs pleM eopy aod sand kill to IhU office. I : GEO F. ;W0RTHINGT0N, AGEF MILITARY-ClAIMS,' : Corner of F anrl Thirteenth Streets, SrV AS H I N CTON : ciT Y.; V: : HAVINO BIB1 BKQAGED JOB A NOMBEE 0? year in th Settlement of iuoh Olalma In OH of tha Oovirnnunt Offloea (from whloh ho baa withdrawn), ' offeri to attend, to Claims of aoy kind that mty b sotruatod to hint. suoU u Uteas for r v.! v - . ; ' MNBXPKI, BOUUTI", ABRKABS OF PAT.'f ' gubihtanoa, Traaiponatloa, Olethtnj, and partlcuUrly for Honaa, andoUMrPmatrty lotter doetroyed In the D. B Berries, with which be ia aipertally familiar. ' ; H. 1. The Boil pronpt and fallh(ut attehtlo 1d tobaiiaen .. . - - J TESTIMONIALS. ..:..gj, ''t ahair cheerfally teitlfy that I know a agent In Wathlnitoaoo whom eUlmantt eaa aior oonAdautly relj, than on yon. to conduct their biuloea wltk4nteg ty, capacity and teat."" -. , eiiiM by Hon. JttO. . )IePHKtt80M, '- " Ami. Bollottor of V. 8. Oonrtaf Claim. '' , Waoin(lo, . 0. W are well acquainted with Mr. Worthington, and fully ooocur In IhafaTorable optoloa as Io kW nuiUAca- iiodb vzpraawa awTTv. . . r Signed by- Wuhlniton, ; '-"-Hoa,CHAft. -B. OALVKtiT, , . House of Bopa j ' i ' tool W. B. RANDOLPH, , Obief Olert U. B..Teuurer'iOffloe febSO-tt . t ... TJ3CI3 AND BIAWK BOOX MANUFACTOR V 8PIESCIDLT UTJIPPID H IUP&07XD MACHIHEKY ASP S T E A .Bfvt t) ft-"E R. "t i: ' i -."'-tk-..'-.!. --- MOB. 3S 31, 38, 38 ROEtH HIOH-pTJTBBT, '" . .- " 1 v -".' I Statcanmn Bdlldlnr, 8ect)D4 jnoayc W f T.I XT. . Hf IBI'l C IBID DTjURHt - Prlatlnr Boom.'' k EITBA STTBSTANTIAL PAGED BLAfHC JOOKS, With or without Printed Hea-ilngi, oa Superior Paper RULED AtiD BOUND ! To any naolrod Pattern . , ' r.- rr -yr BTATE BPAJTMT8 . ; , , AAIIiBCAO: OP f 1081,' i pjtffH '' wssxtwO'OTJ'BBS" :- ,t -t . 'oootti omois,1 Idrnlihed at th Lowett Price. BOOK BttSlDIlSfG. , By tke Idltlon er Blnglo Wolnmo MAOAZIrTEBJ"'1-''? J ' .-A .A' ' MONTHLY PJBJLI0 ATI0N8. v, -.. .r vAKP-BLiis, osi ' rfrtwi-'ftaflMfJJ ' 'tJorxn 1& 'ab Required Btyle. n-tmnDUtx a-' sa '' 1 -". .-. ,i- , i.l ,. . ! ' v. iuoj: . ( For fubllOj ani Prlrat Llararki. i; a . X Orders frbta kbroai will rectira prompt and ipecial atwonoB. Auareeo, T, W ULtY? or. N. W.aEFAV6R Bookieller and Btatlooer. t - iutrtrlntenSeilf M '? 75 South Blgh Street. FranJtUn Bindery) ,noTl-dtf .... :d ot e a-t 'vi Sveniag Dress Groodfl PINK, BLTJB, MAIZI, MAQIHIA, TlOHTlND JL-Whit plain Bilk,.-1-.' - . . i-'- ' Tarlalani In Whit and Oolors, .i'i?:Ta Whit Parla Mooljttf and OrtSDd'lei, White Bilk Tballo and Blond Lacoi, .y"-" "i. Point Laoei In all width. .T.li-' . '-'' Lace and Embroidered TJandk'fj. -., . r ; .A 'it BAIN t BOH. ' - - '.'. -i,.--.- . i-.HA.40 twm High Bt Bolxnoral ZZoso BALMORAL BKIBTB, Blerrant lliir Note, Lluen Collara isd Curfi, I - ' Tolnt Laoet and Goilan, fallen Collara. . Baney Hnlkereh!efi. Vide Hemmed Baadch'fi. Bieeve aioudi, Trlmmlnc Rlbboni, Japaiiof Sstaof Tcbl Uaa in CJotli,hipklDMi Uoler Bemoed HoadkerchMrs at very low prlcen n Alnandre'e Kid OIotm In all oolor. ' - ' 1 BAIN Ac BON, No. 38 Booth Blah It. Jtnl8 TTEAVT plain black Bop Bilks, for Cloa'J aid jljl. vRMeiot-uw em quality. , BAIN At BON. j xiDZi:zi.pTixi.l3,a PBROIDERED KID TH aljolojs aodarml5ri,tu.tpendl,f.,1i, rr K'ooanii.rr'W.i''!i 1r i vvatu MlfH iivvii Jeblo . ' BAIN "ft lojr.'1 DR. ROBfi.. THOMPSON; fiiirgeon &Phveician rtSjatltl Alt DISIABBS Of TH1 I g. ".'1 -JL Offlo High Btrnt, north of Broad (Mo. ISOr"17" :Beeldoet,i, toarth (Mariet) Btrtet, Bear eorer f BprUlg -T -L -- ,r.v ' ' vf ooiaaMii, Dee. n, iwi. ottwu. Wi 1 1 fsaWPl 1 tJAUCHTO.J IlALL. jvyfliifipiiTspriLYjC: Tuesday k WeiiQesdayv Evenings, Xlarca 4th ana fith. Ileal Airtlato. Oltlnlnf ao tbar "afarte of Diitinetlon' than genolne roberteli-e ' Pint of FreiUgi.tturi. ,ir, Feerlais Planlil, Klns's Boholar. and Aaaoelat of Ibs Roval Aoademy 'of looelo, London; Orlaluator'of and ily sxpoaenl Sf to World' Oraatoit Alyetery, , eoojicl Bight All olhsr alternate fcofiiflnipoiUloni anon Ibs noblioi unlnlereetlng ladoUU-aod abortlT Ineffeot. . Byiw programs of lb day. - - -r -Dooreopoo at 7. To common o at half-paat 7 o'olook. 1 Admittano SS oenii. Oblldnn under ten 15 eenta. Rciunred aoata for ladf and gentleman, 73 eenta, whloh may b leanrad at tha Uuelo Blor of Belttar k Webeter, from and after ktoaday 1 3d- prox. , - foo88-dtd,. .. . .- i- r.3' 1 'i r,'1 ! r i i '. ' i 1 " v r. -a -1 C. T. "ITIITH. ...ii. raF.iiKiv. Mar anrcswr..,.nA.. Troanarer ......JOHN N.KiniSKV. Scenic ArUt...C......n.Al,I.UN FIK !!. NQTICaD. VI' 'I Til i REDUCTION, OE JPRIC1SS!. . In eonieqaeno ef lb OlnolnniH Theatres haying rtduoed tb prw ot aamtMion, we rouow tnm ata un til fnrlhSr aoOos, annonnoe ibt following ratea of ad- mluton to aoooroanc witn tn tinea. - ; ...i ? : v; CA1B OV PRTCI9. DrMiOlrel. ......... Moeati Family Olrolei J..1... Potijlrely no half irloe, and ......lsoeon. no frcslist, : -li --c .Ml -r-i '" Fifth sight. f Ihw-eigagtmsni of 'i the accotnpllihed Acreei, . HATTIE BERNAftDJ :o.-aIo,' j 1SR9 Friday --Etenlngi February 28, 1862. The MtforaairaTwlli eommenc with Drama of tb DAUGHTER;: OF THE STAK5. DANCE. .R03A HILL To bo followed with tb Comedy of the I T"ovlxxs "IrVicaLO'W. ' To eonelad with the laugbabl Fare of Txxrtlo Eii.zxtlzie Doors open it 7. Curtain will ilM at 1H. AMERICAN AMiyOBEIGH DRY GOODS, 26 & 28 Pearl Street . xt HaughtOD, Sawyer & Co, Are prepared to effer to tbatr enetomars and th trad ( rally, an nntuuaiiy tars anorimoai urj osiku oonekittEg of Cotton Goods AMOSKEAQ SHEETINGS, POCASSETSHEETHTeS, I JOHN 'ADAMS, 4-4 4 6 8, C?XDHN'flANCOCK, 44 9-8. ' COTTQN TLANNEL3, B-TOITfl ".wf ' ' DENIMS, STRIPES, v -ni ""tJAMBRICS,' CORSET JEAKS: r : i n f ' ' r I MERRIMAC, v.' r. SPRAQUE'8 SLATER'S, DUNNELLS' COCHECO, PACIFIC, 'T. id , IS SVIr BTTLI8. r.i' t.8'1 .-.a-! j - ' '-' " ' 1 " .-A-( I till White Good Linen Glwree an - plerjrt flmlrt mm A Drawer, , Ym, Small Wr, 4o,,(c, .. 'i I.l 't-VtWajff -' :.- t ! ' -. -! 't I.s t ..-.I wi ;.. i -5 - "''BrWdrjloths'tS rCoatiogsi;- ;1 Black poeskiB,:;; "'- Fancy; Caflsirtsrr,' , f Skj-Blue EMyo ' Cassimtres, and Dorsklos, in Oxford Mixed, Cadet, Brown, Drab and Malbery, iMl,I --'lHJ lAi.'." 0A8HMABlTTB,IRMINrrB.KBNTTJ05TJAr?B. i l. ,1 ! - - - - , AMoe. A larg atsortmsot of D WABD' HARBlfl ' Csbbrstrd fflncv and TlAnhla and Twlaft - t vvcr-t . ....K-xI : ''-J 'Vail. aawiaaM, iJ TAILOR? imIOS: 1V9 atf;TARIETT ffrivd . W, vj. p;c ), . , C!..a: sJ ' " "., ' lit, . 1 1 ; JtRMT BLANKETS', BegiUuion., ARMr'npVEjiCOATJS,, y. , t. AKStt' BLOUSES, ARM )r"8T0V,KlNG'&CZ-:,-Zl,: arm rfMiTTBiiB;?.:-.; -i'" INFANTR t if CAVALRY SUITS ';. vAnda large itook of wj. -..-bi . Carpetings & Llattings, - -rrT , - 26 and 28 Pearl Street - BOSTON," Mass, """ fsbMSw . KX . Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam rrBBBB Ply Linen OolUrs, in all shape:. . A Oentf" paptr Oollan; , k ;' ( . ,1 . n eon Tie an Bear a) ' Bnperlor Kid dlovei, all oolor;-' . r 1 -Wngllib Oottoa Half Bom; ... Under Bhirt and Drawer f "''.-' Mtrlno Lamba' Wool, . . o 'V '-. : . Bilk and Shaker flannel; - ' Pocket Handkorchttfa, ready for Die; And all Jtlnda-ef Oeala farntihlni Ooodl tn tha treat: rt variety and of beet quality. . r t. t;.'.a ' 3 AIH ION. , :i ftir. I " w.en ; SUPERIOR 'HOOP SKIRTS; rpHl fjDmoTablsV.iiiaip" floop BklrV In WWlo, rBark A and Magenta, tbe moat aerfeot -Skirt yet Intro duoed by aa. and in nrahl!lf . I.uli.' ad IIIiki iliei, ' ,.-! JanU I SPECIAL ROTICES. a Slight Cold, Cough, pktaarwM& Tnight bo chetktd ivith If, pirnplo rem .8li, f iuighciled, qfton ter- tha'irnporiaio tf etoppiv-g , a. fiaugft. or &lUkrf6.td in tii 'fret otog. athat which' in. Hi Itffirmins ooul& yield to a, mild: remedy, f MUfid fo.-ooan atiadka the Iungs. - were fret introduced .eleven, yeart ago. It hoe been jrowi.'iAat a nrliole before the: publia for. Mauah, aUU,.i anchitlei, ; frithmA, pabxtrk, the" Hacking Cough in flan.' u.mh.tt.aA.t and nicmercua affectime of the J&hfaat, giving trrvmediat fe?y. juoie speakerg ana stngerg, 'lUilffind thhrrv effeihlal for clearing and 'strengthening the -.voioe. "'" .""' ' $old by aU Qniggiets and Qtecilers in Jfiediaine, at'S cente per box. ' l For ssl. wholeial or retail, by . , . 0. EOBBUT8, DrugiUt, . . .. ,. t N. si Horfh Btgh ftiat, deoia-dfcwftr vJ . ( r " 11 11 ' ' Iwg.ie are Cnred 1w Urandretli' - ' '"' ' , arssaw... , t ,t -. Tbb form of diiias Is oooaalonel by lbs sxluuoat ar teries throwing out a grMttr quantity of Ball, than tb aesortsnt lake ap. BBANDKETU'I) PILLI conyey by maglo, aa It war, an Impale I tb reaoteslsattreaU ties, a routing their abMrbooti to aotlon, and la eats of welling or watery depoilli, awakening tbe llteplng en erglei of thoee teuele. ' . - SENATOR B ILLINOIS, of ncrklmer ,Hw"Trk, Wa a great leflerer froa a Dropilcal affectloo of more a ytmr'i duration .7 H dorlyed no aaatwi! help from tits prsmlptlons of his phyriolane, wh la faot gar hla to nndoritaod tbat bii ou wu bopeltf a. By apparent the raeraet ohanos, the qnalltle ef BBAKP. UTB'S PILLS were brought to hla aotle. Q began thelr.nee at onoe and with strong hops - tor c aompre- hended tb principle oi eare' He penerertd with ibem for thre montlia, taking often as many as fifteen pHU a day, but always making It aule to lak iufflotl to purge In th most sffeotoal manoex twlc- jo thrlo week.- This FZEBETiiuVAHOI wae rewarded by a per fect reitoratlon to. health, Which ba continued I thil time. ' "-' 'Bold by Jonie I.' (Jooi.'inigglii, Columbus, and by all retpeotable dealera tn medicine. .,T ar febiiij-dwlm .. y j, , .0'.i TO MaRRTBD MBIT, Or Tboae Centeuapiatlair - narriatjo. THB a4erS8 wTrtirTelntormatUia'on a very ia. Urttting anl.imjwrtiwU.tubJeet, which, Will t vala. td more tbaa a thortaand Ibnet iej eott Jry trery gaarrted aoaple of any ag or apmjlilon la life. Tb Informatloa will be sent by mall I any .address receipt of J eents (tfler) and bn red etamp.J ' i Ail leitereiieeia oe aaareeiea to w J . 1 MOBA-lsVH ' O0(31-l73tawdetW H'.,i'rt3a'' 'Restob'i.lfaar KeraoreA from Jit 14V Of ftowr Jit. A 8.:WaUASfr, W. BroaJy,-koar"Bgh at., OoTnibbtu, 0, hae dcrot4 blmaelf for ftrlea of years to th treatment of certain prlrat dlseasea. , Be auy bs ooiilted at htf office oa Broadway, near lbEioiDg laaki - ' ""J 'u, ; :--r'.i i - V.-...K.J ,.JaBlM,tf .i.,rt.;o,.j3 t' Jll l'U:-.- VM. II. REST1EA13K, I (flUOOBBoOB TO MolM t MHTIBATJT) No; lO'South-Bag Street ,0 fo&:o,cr2 T U TI ( .' .'KU. ". a .i ;u-, iu -'S t bkalxb nt t) V' w Ma-a I GROCERIES, PROD VS :P!raviaii5H8 Foreign and Domestic Fruits, STORAGE & COMMISsicf ;ttL'" 5i?lRafjL 1.X .010. Jtyii T" PURE WINES. PURE BRANDIP3.' ? 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