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AC'ouKb.Cold, or Sore 'llirout KCQDIKU HlMrfpFATE 'iTtKTrON, AND dUOFlD ' II CHECKED, - I ALLOWED TO CONTINUE, ' Irritation t the Lsjnsre, Permanent lb real Affection, er an Incurable l.ung Diicnie li OFTIIt TWB BMCLT. Brown's Bronchial Troches EMTlW a'plllTCT lNriFiNCE TO TBI 01VE I HM EDI ATI BELItP. METE, J'er Bronchitis Ailkma, Catarrh, Coneuinptive and . Throat Dlia eaeee, TEOCBEEARI rED WITH ALWATI 0001) ICCCE8I. ilHOEEfl AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS ti. i-.'' i I '.Will M Tlrnchtt useful in dealing the rule when ' taken before Singing.or Speaking, and relieving the throat after n vnusual exertion of the vocal or tani. ' The Trochtitta recotnmondod and proscrib ed by Physicians, and have had teitiiuoniala from eminent men throughout the oountrjr. Being an artlole of true merit, and having proved their effi acy by a teat of many yean, each year finds them new Ioealitiei in various paita of the world, and he TtooAm are universally pronouneed better than other articles. , Obtain only "Browm'i Bronchial Trochee," and do not take any of the Vorlhlttt Jmitationt that may be offered. etold everywhere in the United States, ard in foreign Countries, at 15 cents per box. ocm-dAwi)io . . t . .. .. , mfk- ii K4 1111-9 rn iurii. lFI.IlAk.TII-Sm KNUTII. LiFati-ui:Aii ii-m rui:.nr ii; 'trtEOnEATFKKJICH REDIEDV, DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS, Vnpared Jrom a vrcicription of Dr. Juan Dela marrt, Chief PhyMan of Me llotpiUU du i'ordon LariboUUn of J'arU, This invaluable medicine is no imposition, but la Unfailing In the curs of Spermatorrhea or beminal Weakness. Kveryepeoiee ol Genital or Urinary Ir retibility, Involuntary or Nightly Seminal Emis aioria from wbatover cause produced, or kowerer severe, will be speedily relieved aud the or gam .restored to healthy action. Send tht f Moving opinion of eminent trench phyeiMttnti ' We hae used the Specific Pills prepared by Garanoiere A Dupont, No. 214 Hue Lombard, from the prescription of Dr. Juan Dclamarre, in our pri vale ptaotice with aniforuisucceiis, and we believe there i no other medtciuesowell calculated to cure all persona suffering from Involuntary Emissions or anyoHierweakne.no! the Sexual Urgans, whether eamed by a ledenlary mode of living, execute, or abuse. R.A.BEAUhEI'ARIrJ.M. D. i . O. . DUJARIHN. M.l). .1 KAN LE LEUCUKE.il. U. . Pari. MayMh, law. , , . BEWARE UK IXJUNTEltFEITS. The Genuine I'll la are told by all the princlpar Druggists throughout the World. I'rice Oue Duilal per mix, or Six lioxos fur five Dollars. UARANOIERE ADUI'ONT. Sole Proprietors, . . . No. iflt Uuo Lombard, l'aris. One Dollar in losod to any authorized Agent will Insure a i ox by return until, securely sealed from all observation; Six Dolus f.r Five Dollars. Hole General Agenta lur America, 08CAB 0. M0SE8 CO., t. f,- ' 7Courtlandtsl..N. Y. A gen ts for Col u tub us and v ioi u i ty, S . E . SAMUEL and u. KUUbKis. I uiyuaa-dAweowM nACAiss itiaonoma n A!., in This it the moat delightful andextraordinary artlole everdiaoorered. Ilchangoa the sun-burnt fact and hands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity of youth, and the dU UngM4 appeeran.ee to inviting in the oity belle of fashion. It removos tan reckles, pimples and roughnesi from the tkiti, leaving the complexion lresh, transparent and inootb. It eontaina no ma terial injurious to the akin. Patroniiod by Actress es and Opera Singers, it is what every lady should bare. Hold everywhere. Retail price, 50 cti. Prepared by W. K. Haoam, Troy, N. Y. Adtirest all rders to , DEMAS DARNES4C0..New York. B-dAwly i . AHaneehald Neceaaltr Exlete for the Lee ef DL'KAO'S CATAKKH NSIIF, Which, in the first aUjea of a oold. acta like magic UeaUaohe, lloaneneu,DiptherU, and Bronohitia, Bore Eye, Deafness, lind Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre, vent all these, and insures a healthy llead. IU ITeoUare pleasant and safe, even for infanta who 4ufler from SnufUei. , It baa the highest professional testimonial). Hold by all Drnggista, or sent by Mail to all parts of U. cs., or 3b centi for One, tfox, or (1 for Four Boxes. .Addreu JAii. DUliNO.P. O. oxUU, iM.. ... New uratiiiy. At Wholesale, by DEM AS BARNES 4 CO., 81 Park Row, Ne York. june-lydw, 'AOUA f e fllGNOLIA, r'.'l k toilet delight The ladies' treasure and gentle mea'a boon I The "iweeteat thing" and largeet Quantity. Manufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person, to render the akin toll and fresh, to prevent erup tioni to perfume clothing, Ao. i It veroomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration. It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac, 7 tourea nervous headache ami allayainflammation ; lteoola, softens and adds delieaey to the akin. It yields aaubdued and lasting perfume. It cures muaqueto bites and stings of injects. i It oontaina no material iojnrloas to the skin. Patrouited by Actresses and Opera Singers. It la What every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try the Magnolia Water onoe and you will nte no other Cologno, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after warda, . , .. ..- ... DEMA8 BARNES ft CO., Props. Exolutive Agents, If. Y. ' ect-dwly . ; The Great New Eoland Kemedy ! Dlt. JT. W. rOLAlND'S White Pine Compound, la now offered to the afflicted throughout the coun try, alter having been proved by the testot eleven ears, in the New England Mates, where ita tuerita ave heoome aa woU known as the tree from which, in part, itderivea ita virtuee. . .THE WHITE PINE I IMPOUND CURES ore Throat, Colds, CoUltbs, Diptheria, Bronchitis. . Spitting of Blood, and Pulmouary Atfeotioua generally. Itix a remarkable Remedy for. , "' ..jaidney OompIainu.Diabetea, Difficulty , , "'V. of Voiding Uriue, Bleeding from (he . Kidneys and Bladder, Gravel, ... and other oomplainu. Give it a trial if yon would learn the value of a goo! aud tried inedioine. It ia pleasant, aale and '"sn'ld by Druggists and dealer in Medioinea (en- GEO. W. IJWBTT, m. D.t ianM-dAw3m 1 . Proprietor, Bueton, Maaa. REBEL COLORS DESTROYED ! When nature or time hat planted on the human head inch eolon aa rebel against every idea of come lineti, replace them with those gUrlous and exqui site black and brown tlngee every tbere deemed the '"k aJTAM DABDS OF BEAUTY " S Which are iroduoed in five' minutes, without lnjur in (he fibret r staining the scalp, by "X'l'l'J i cuwxadouos luminx. Jlan'ufaotured by j". CRISTADORO.' No. Al ter House,' York5. Sold by Drnnriiti. Ar' .IImI b all Half Dresaert. " " : . JanBl dAwIm A wpri'w T1'' BP preperel trom refin -j vefeiaeleOlle In eomblnation with Cly cerlae, and especially designed for the nse of Laalea and for the rtureory;" Ttii jwrfume ii (iqaiiita, and 1U wuhin( propertiej unrlvalledv- .,. AMUSEMENTS. i:i.I.KIiFiR'M ATHKftKIJflf, ST ATI STREET, OPPOSITE SOUTH B Vt OF CAPITOL. JOHN Ft.T.W.ER.. K. H. GEARY i Manager. Treasurer. I'bicib n A omibhion 1 res (Ilrclnnnd I'arauelte ffl cents; Uescrvrd Seals 7.1 rents; Orchestra Chairs 75 cents; Kaiuily ('irele M or tit: Private Hoxos ; Gallery for Colored persona il& oenti. Last night but one of the engagement of the popu lar nrtints, i ITI It. and ITllNSi tOl LDOCK. Upon whioh ooraslnn Mr. Couldock will appear in' two of his best characters, Tbtiradajr Evening, fflarrh let, Will beprosented Couldock's masterpieoe. the ADVOCATE'S LAST CAUSE. Antnlne DeVerney Mr. C. W. COULDOCK. Madame La Rose Mies COULDOCK. To cono'uile wtth.for thelart time, MILKY WHITE. Daniel White Mr. C. W. COULDOCK. To morrow, lientfit of Mr. C. W. Couldook. In preparation, tho celebrated apeclacle of tha "Naiad Queen," in a stylo of magniDceuce never belore equulled in this oily. TWO COlNCKltTH ONLY ori:itA iioi mi:. MR. JAMES M, VEHLI, Tl great Pianitt, will give Two Grand Coneer's, Fridar V Saturday hvenin(et Alarch XdotaU, 18(HI. Assisted by M'LLE FRIDA DE GEBELE, The eminent Contralto, and MR S C. CAMPBELL, The distinguished liaaso Musical Director Mr. EDWARD HOFFMAN. Ad mission 40 cent : Reserved Seats ftl cents: Gal lery !U eenta. Ticket olhoe, Mr. John Selttnr'a iu sto Store. Sale of seats will commence Thursday morning;. Doors open at T. Concert to eouimenoe atSo'olnck. the hiani s used by Mr. Wbli at all his Concert are the New Scale Concert Urauds. made by Chick ering & 8on,65'J Broadway, N. Y., and 348 Wash ington street, Uislon. llicne rianos were awarded tiie rirat Priae.a Gold Medal, at the Eihitminn of 1866. feb27-.i6t SPECIAL JSOTICES. AI.tiCOCK'N 1'OIIOUS FLAXTEII9. CURE LUMBAGO, PAINS OK TIIE SIDE, VARICOSE VEINS. SORE CL'EST. Ac. An Electrician, who has bad Rrcat experience of their effects in local BheumaUtm, in Tic Dolortua, and deep acatod nervous and other pains, and in af fections ol the kidneys, etc., etc., attribute all their seuative, stimulative, and pain-relieving efTccta to their tltcIHe qualitioa. lio a-serts they restnro the healthy eleclrio condition (equilibrium) of the part, and (Am biing rctti red, pain aud morbid action coaso. LAME HACK. Pranprkth Huiihe, Nkw Yobk, Not.M. 1869. T. Ali.cocx A Co. Gtnttemtn: I lately suffered severely from a weaknuas in my hack. Having heard your Piasters much recommended in cases of this kind I procured one, and Ihorerult was all that I could desire A ainrjo i'lastnr cured me in a week. Youra, Respectfully, J. 0. SR1GGS. General Agencv, Brendreth liouxe, New York. Sold hv all Dcale.s in Medicines. jan3l-Uwliii A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, while residing in South America at a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Orirana, and the wholetrain of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have been al ready cured by thii noble remedy. Promted by a desire to benefit the alBictcd and unfortunate, I will tend the receipt for preparing and using thia medi cine, in a tealed envelope, to any one who needi it, We of Chargt, Pleae inclute a post-paid envelope, addressed t yourself. Addreas, JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D. BihlsHoi'bk, iBehJVfijS-dl.v ew York City. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE I The Original and Beat in the World! The only true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces immediately a aplendid Black or natural Brown, without injuring thehair or skin. Remedies the ill oSooti of bad dyee. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine Is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, REGENERATING EXTRACT Or" MILLEFLKUBPi for Restoring and Beau, ifying the Hair. , CHARLES BATCHELOR New York. eutlMAwlr KKROItS OV YOUTH. A GENTLEMAN WHO SUFFERED. FOR years from Nervoua Debility, Premature 1. e cay, and all iho effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake ol suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, tho recipe and directions for making the simple remedy b.v which he was cured. Suffer ers wishing to profit by the advertiser's eperienco. can doso by addie sing, inperlont confidence, JOHN B. Oi.DE. fob-3m No. i:i Chainbors St., New York. I he Bridal Chamber, an fcsay of Warn ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, new and reliable treatment for Diseases of the Urinary an ! Sexual Systems Scot free, in aealed envelopes AdrtreS r. j. KKILLIIv HOUGHTON, Howard Asaooi Philadelphia. Ia. pr4'-lT ItemoTed from bin Old OHlce. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, neat High street, Columbus, Ohio, baa devoted himael for a series of years U. the tra ment of certain pri vete diseases. Ha may be consul ted at hia office Broailwaj , near the Exchange Bank. mohiiH'SS CL.OHI1NG or a OUT STOCK OP READY MADE CLOTHING F. D. CLtHK IIAVIIVn DECIDED to cbanra hlia-haiiliMA from t isnni&l llnthin to a Merchant Tailoring MlAhlifthniAnl.. nffnra him stock of lleaiy Made Clothing at Auotion, commencing Wedneeday Evening ( Feb'narr 88th! Ana continuing from night to night until the entire stock is disposed of. Any person wanting; good Clothing at reduoed prices will not fail to be present, ata the goods will be sold without reserve. They comprise eords of all kinds usually found in a first class Clothing Store- F. ! CLARK, eb27 HI South High Street. o a o M Hi CO By purchasing your Hoop Skirts, Corsets, etc., at . ... Wholesale and Retail hoops icirt; MANurACTonY;',,;,) NO. l ' EAST STATE STItEET, Opposite the State Capitol, where yon can get . Blclrtax and Coraetts Of ell tixes and Itylea made to .order,. . u , 'kklrtat Warranted for One Year1 aaad lleatwed Fre Charge. feb37 ... . , . , TAKE NOTICE. THAT ALL KINDS OF FINE AND COABSE Wrapping Paper and Paper Bagsoaa be had at the Paper Mill. Merobautsand all uiiug Wrap-, ping paper, would aoweu rOJLS oaii, atV'VsA fir in r-jilu ft ii s: ;V fji Si :: feBSOH 4 fcOTLE.,, febW-ciljn. ..- , , AND. Telegraphic. FROM WASHINGTON. The President's Opinion of the Test Oath and Constitutional Amendments. Nkw Yoiik, Feb'. 28. Tito Tribune' WasliitiKton special says: The President was caller! upon Inst nilit by a Congress man and a State Senator, both from New York. In the course of the conversation the President said that the test oath was too aevere, that ninny of those that hud participated in the rebellion were good men to represent the Southern States in Congress, mid that the test oath ought not to be ap plied to them. Hi added, chat a mure oath to rupport the Constitution was all that wa neeetwarj ; lor a man w ho would take that oath whs a loyal man. At to the constitutional amendment ehiinniiiK the basis of representation, the President said that no constitutional amend ment ought to be passed until the public mind should be quite free trom excitement and the Southern States represented in Con gress. In rnnwniinnr-A of the f.iirhnlpnr. rltqnnnt- tlon manifested by some portions of the people in Washington, It has been deemed necessary to put on an extra police at the Capitol uurlug the hours of session. Gen. Comstock. of Gen. Gant'g staff, lias arrived at Washington from Texas, with Important reports ior tho Lieut. General. The Lieut. General reached Washington yesterday morning, and at once repaired to his headquarters, where he is now busily engaged with military oflloers. Rumors of Cabinet Changes—The Private Soldier Can't be Promoted. tnoted. Nkw York, February 28. The IJerald's : Washington special says: The streets are full of rumors of Cabinet changes. Gen. Butler's arrival at this particular juncture ' was surmised by Home to have been deter mined by the late break between the Pres ident and his Cabinet, and not a few believe he conlldcntly expects a place should any 'vacancies occur. Ills real business here is to defend the Government in one or more suits brought up from Indiana for doubt ful or Illegal exercise ot authority and power. Some time ago a board of ofllccrs was appointed to examine applicants for the va cancies among olllccrs ot the regular army as it now exists. There were about four hundred and lilty places for which eight thousand applications were made. Some thing like two thousand eight hundred de serving soldiers, many of whom have served years in the army, passed examination be fore tli is board. It is stated, however, that he real nominations for the places have been made from among candidates present ed by Congressmen, and who have not pass ed the board. These nominations were sent to the Senate yesterday for contluia tion. It Is understood that during the late ex cursion of Secretary Seward to the West Indies he selected a harbor in the Island of .jt. Thou as to form a rendezvous for our national vessels, and that negotiations witli the Danish authorities have resulted in se curing us the same, which will be of im mense value to our Government in case ol a foreign war. A New Navy Bill—The Loan Bill. Nbw Yokk, February 23. The World's W ashington special says: A Dill, prepareu in accoiuauee with suggestions ot the sec retary ol the navy, to regulate tue appoint ment ot certain volunteer ollicers in the Navy, has been considered. The House Naval committee agreed to report it to the House. It provides that in time of peace the number of ltear Admirals of the active list of the navy Bhall be reduced whenever any otllccr ot that grade shall be removed by death or resignation, or otherwise, and such removal sliali not create a vacancy to be tilled so long as peace continues. That promotion to the grade of Hear Admiral on the retirea list snail ne mane Dy me selec tion, tiva 15oa il ol Kear A'lmir tis, ol three Commodores from the retired list, as most worthv in point of character, ability and honorable service, one of whom shall be selected by the Presideut and sent to the Senate lur confirmation, mat ot tiienum ber of line ollicers on the active last, rive Lieutenant-Commanders, twenty Lieuten ants, liltv Masters, and seventy-Jive En signs, shall be appointed from the ollicers who have served in the volunteer naval service for two years. Aboard of oflicers Is to examine and select the candidates. Any ollleer who has served lor two years has the right to appear Deiore tne Doara and be examined for appointment in the resrular navy. Alter the Constitutional amendment la disposed of to-day, the House will take up the loan bill and will probably pass the sub stitute olleretl by Mr. Stevens tor tne regu lar bill from the ways ana flieans commit' tee. The substitute restricts the discretion of the Secretary ol the Treasury, and omits the foreign loan clause. Cabinet Meeting—Difference of Opinion—The St. Louis Postmastership. terahlp. : The Tribune's Washington special also says: There was a protracted session of the Cabinet yesterday, at wiucn an tne mem bers were present. Humors are in circulation that a serious diO'erence of opinion exists between the Secretary of the Treasury and the Comp troller of the currency, both In respect to the financial policy aud the new political phases. The statement which has gained curren cy that the St. Louis Postmaster was re fused cotilirmation on account of an un friendly feeling toward the President, that his rejection w as intended as a rebuke to the i'resiuent, is untrue, it was ascertain ed that the gentleman nominated for that olllcc was personally hostile to ooth ot the Missouri Senators, ana in accordance with a long established usage of that body, he was rejected upon that circumstance. The Tennessee Senators. I The Times' Washington special says next Sunday will complete one year since the Senators from Tennessee, Messrs. Fowler and Patterson, were elected to their seats in the United States Senate. It Is hardly possible that these gentlemen will be permitted to take their seats before their first Senatorial year shall have expired. The indications are that about three-lourtha of the Senators will vote in favor of admitting the Tennessee members when the motion comes up Washington, Feb. 28. The Ways and Means committee have agreed to report bill providing for a tax ot Ave cents pound on cotton and allowing a drawback on manufactured goods exported ; also bill exempting from taxatiou all incomes under $1,000, and taxing all above that sum at a uniform rate of 6 percent. -The Commercial's special says that Mr. Blnghatn presses the Constitutional amendment to a vote it will be defeated, i Alex. II. Stephens is expected at Wasb-t lngton this week. California Democrats Indorse the President. 8an Francisco, Feb. 28. The Democrats held a very large and enthusiastic meeting here last evening to Indorse the President's action ; also at Sacramento. SteamerSierra Nevada arrived from Portland, bringing 1122.543 in treasure. i The Nevada Senate Indorsed congress Meeting of Stove Founders. Albany, Feb. 28. The stove founders Albany, Troy and Buflalo held a meeting at Troy last evening, for the purpose of taking Initiatory steps toward a national organization for the purpose of resisting the demands of the Iron Moulders' Union, and taking such steps as shall protect their mu tual interest. , The .meeting was lolly at- XXXIXth CONGRESS—First Session. WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. SENATE. Mr. WILSON Introduced a joint resolution to fit ihoriite of mileage for offkors traveling on puhlio duty, which wan reforred to the committee on Mili tary AflairH. Tim annual reoortof thcUummissionor of Patents was laid before the Senate. Mr. CONNK.S.S presented the memorial of the California Letriainture, askino; for certain amend ments to the 1'aoillo railroad bill, which was ordered to lie printed. Air. nlr.vvAKT proienlcrt the memorial ot tno ovada LairiiilaLure MiraiiiHt the aala of the mineral lan'l': also a concurrent resolution of the Nevada l.eilature, asking for a speedy trial of JufTursn Davis. Both were ordered to be printed. Mr. CON XKSS called up the bill to grant puhlio lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Humboldt bay to San Kruno isco bay, in California, which was pawl. On motion of Mr. BROWN, the Senate took np the bill to Brant nublio lands to aid in the construction of a railroad to the Pacilio throuiih MiHsouri and Arkansas by the Southern roulo. Tliebill incorporate" the Atlantio and Paciflo rail maul company, and authorizes it to construct a rail road from Springlield, Mn to the Pacilio road by a Southern route, and srants every alternate sect. on of land along the route to aid in the work. At the conclumonof the reading; ot tho bill, the morning hour expired and further considoiation oi it was nostp nd until to-mo'row. Mr. f KSSKN'UhiN, from the Finance committoe. reported the Naval aporonrintion bill fortbeenauina year, with certain amendments, which was ordered to ne rTintmt. Mr. juii:nhu3 presented tno credentials oi wm. F. Perrv. Senator e eel from South Carolina, which were ordered to lie upon the table The concurrent resolution that no Sonator or Rep rernntative from a lately seceded State shall be ad mitted until CongroMshall have declared suob State entitlrd to representation was taken up. Mr. N VK, of Nevada, took he floor. In the pres ent crisis, ho said, the best mode of action was a firm adnerouce to simple principle. We should not at tempt to travel anew the battlefields whore loyalty combatted treason. Duty requires us to act not for indemnity for the past, but tor socunt.v for lue Tu tu ro. We oush'. noi fail to examine what was the cause of tho conflict that has tilled the land with wnlows and orphans, and a vast accumulation of dobt that will hang for years like an incubus on the toil and industry of tho country, it is no time to glo over or attempt to palliate the motives in which tno rcneiiion originated. it is nrcos- sary that we should lake hose motives into strict account, in ordor fully to understand how to prevent the recurroncoof such a rebellion. Mr. Nya here went to the Clerk's desk and caused to be read a letter trom Mr. (iarrett, of Virsima.to Mr. rrescott, of South Carolina, writ ten before the war commenced, in which it was said that the spirit of Democracy was inconsistent with slavory, and that this was thacauso of the re bellion. Mr. Nye said that this statement was echo ed bv tho Southern nress before the war. and re echoed by the onoi-iio of republican government in Kurope, by the press and anstwrocy of Great Krit ain.and by the lCinperor of Prance, it was unfor tunate, he said thai the country did not understand more fully the truo nature of tho issuo. Had it been understood in the South that the struggle was b. -tween Democracy and Aristocracy, nine-tenths of tho people of that suotion would have beon no sym pathizers with the rebellion. Speaking of the oondit.on of the Southern Statoi, Mr. Nye said it mattered little whothcr they were technically in or out of tho Union. It was enough for him to know that the people of theso States ha I foresworn their allegiance to the Union Government and sworn allegiance to the opposition Government. without going lurtliorin spooincations, this was tho attitude of the secoded States when tho rosult of arms deoi ed that those States and Territories, and the neoDie. were of and beloncod to tho United Staiee, and were to be dealt with precisely as the exigenc os of the case demand ed. That those rtta es had doinolisned and broken down their own Stale Governments, and superseded the State's fundamental law. ia toclinica'lv. theoreti cally and practically truo, for it will nol be contend ed that Mate U .verntnentjs can exist within the boundaries of the United States. No Stale Gov ernment can exist that does not accord with the Constitution and is not subo-dmato to the supreme law of the land, Neither the Proddent norCongross. nor any department of the Government, has yet as sumed that theso soceded States could reinstate State Governments under their old Constitutions. They have been told by the President that new Constitutions must be made. They have been told the same by Congrats. The people of those States are well aware that the oil fundamental law was overthrown, that tho pretended new Governments set up in the place ot the old have beon demolished, aud toat the condition of citizenship has beon im mensely nuere.i. uet.tir. nyei sain lie had heani ila-scrtcd that Statescould nutcommit treason. He denied this, and maintained that a State could com mit treason, and that a majority of hur peoploc uld, by acts of hostility, subject themselves to the pen alty of death. He was proud of his citite.ubip of New York, hut be was a citizen of that State be fore, under tho auspices of modern Democracy, tne Northern wing of the rebel army had appearod there to burn Asylums, and by raining mobs to insure the dofeatof tho Li ion army. Kol'orriiig to tho history of San Domingo, he said it might bo profitable to contemplate tho history of French aristocracy in San Domingo fur wo might yet live to see a similar policy undertaken in our country. Though the blacks, ana ra-o, aro natural ly peaceable, thcrarecapablo of being goaded int exasperation. The blacks had been promise I free dom. They had been taught the use of anus, and oould point to booorablo scars received in tho Union armies. Absolute impartiality was the only sa'o guido for the nation. It it was olaimed that uni versal nufTraco would lead to a war of the raoes, he would advocate universal suffrage as a means of na tional de'ense. He would oppose the admission of the Southern Representatives and Senators until they came here in the persons of loyal men repre senting loyal constituencies, which they did not represent at present. Ho felt that he expre-sed tho seutimom of a majority in Congrnss when he s.id ho hoped to see the Southern States represented here at the earliest possible day consistent with tho walfaro of the whole country. Ho was no more a friend of the North than of the South, and no one would bo more happy than he to too peace and pros perity resume their sway in tho lately rebellious Staios. , Mr. JOHNSON, of Md at the close of Mr. Nye's remnrka, moved that further consideration of the subject he postponed till to-morrow. Mr. FKSSK.NDKN deprecated the slow manner in which the debates progressed. He asked how manv speeches were ot to be made on the other side? He gave notice that to-morrow he would ask the Senate to sit till it passed the resolution, howevor lato that might ne. Mr HKVDRICKS.of Ind..said tho proposition of Mr. F'e'senden was unfair. Soveral speeches wero yet to be made on his (Hcmlrick's) side of the House. Mr. JOHNSON withdrew his motion to postpono, and .Mr. Stewart, of Nevada, addressed the Senate on the pending concurrent resolution. He did not believe tho resolution very important in itself now or any other time, but in the present perturbed con dition ot thepunlic mind it was of vast importance, considering the breach between tho President and Congress. This resolution was like a rivulet trick ling down the mountain-side capable now of being turned aside with a spade, but which it was poi-sihle also to augment into a current of discord, dashing down into an ocean of trouble. Mr. STKWART proceeded to discuss tho Presi dent's policy, reviewing itat length and advocating it, preluding his remarks with tho statement that since dilatory resolutions had been agreed upon, speeches might as well be mado upon the pending resolution as upon any other. He denied that cloven States had been declared in insurrection. Mr. Lin coln's proclamation declared the people to be in in surrection, not the States. It was Mr. Lincoln's theory that tho people might rebel, but the States oould not. In conformltv with this thooty he went so tar as to authorize one-tenth of tho people of any rebel Statoto form alojal State government. Tho war, Mr. Stewart said, was prosocuted for the main tenance of tho law. and the integrity of the Union and the country. He had campaigned in that issuo and met Copperheads on it, and did not propose to chew bis words now. He denied the power of any State to withdraw from the Union. Mr.C N.NESS asked Mr. Stewart how many loy al men there was in South Carolina when Sumter was tiro i on or how many when Sherman marched to the sea 1 ifr. 6 rE WART said he hod not taken the census nf Su:Uh Carolina. He was discussing general prin ciples. K thore was one loyal man in the Stale ho ha i a riglu to the protection of the Government. At fi-lll P. M Mr. GUTHUIE moved to adiiiurn. Mr. KKSShiNDKN demanded the yeas aud n&'S on this motion ;eas 8. nsvs 15. A quorum not voting, Mr. CLARK moved that the Sergoant-at Arms request the attendance of ab sent members. 1 Mr. 11 KM) RICKS moved that the Senata ad. journ, whioh was agreed to. HOUSE. a a a if The House resumed consideration of tha propos ed Constitutional amendment. . Mr. DA V IS being entitled to the floor. Mr. Ste vens asked him to yield in order that be might have an important dooument read. .. Mr. KOUhllS rose at the tame time to a personal explanation. He said he was repre-enled by the As sociated Press as indorsing, in his speech on Min dar. the speech of Wm. H. Seward in New Cork. Hedidnot indorsohitnnr hisspeech, but Henry J. Raymond. Ho name having been mentioned, the re porter naturally fell into the mistake. He had not forgotten tha tinkling of Mr. Seward's bell, and should be ashamed to indorse him or his speeob and let it go before his constituents. , Mr, ST G VENS He did not indorse Mr. Seward.' He indorsed me and Mr, Raymond. (Laughter.! At the conclusion of Mr. Davis' remarks, Mr. Woodbridge obtained the floor. ' Mr. STEVENS sent np to the desk and had read a dispatch about a caucus of the Pennsylvania Leg islature, and asked consent to have it referred to the joint committee on Reconstruction. Mr.CHANDLbRobjeotedand Mr. Stevens with drew the document. . i Mr. WOODMUUGE addressed the House In tup port of the amendment, followed by Mr. B jngham on the same aide. : Mr. BINGHAM said that to approached tho die-, oussion of the question aware that it was utterly Im possible for him to do justioe to it in the time allow ed. He thought the gentleman from Vermont (Mr. Woodbridge) bad uttered words that ought to be considered, and aooepted by gentlemen, when ha said that the action of this Congress on the future prosperity of the country would ba felt by genera tions to oome. He believed that tha people had entrusted to the present Congress the. care of the Republic not only for the pres ent but for all time hereafter. The oommittoe on Reconstruction would not have repemm'-nded this proposition but for their confidence that its adoption and ratification were essential to the safety of all the people of every State, present and to oome. He repelled the suggestion made in the heat of de bate, that the eomtnittee. or any of ita members, sought in any form to mar the Constitution or to take from any State rights that belonged to it under tha Constitatlou. This was simply proposition to arm the Congress of the United etAtes, by the oonsent ot tha people, with power to enioroo the biUoiiifhtf as it stood in tho Constitution. It had tht ttti ; no more. , , Mr. H. said that gentlemen who aeemeif ' by very desirous of standing well wifh tho fresirlror the United States, recent converts, would, lffney looked closely to his message at tho opening of IhJ Sfllsior,, find this very proposition vindicated Hn approved by him, for he there told Congress i that Kt was the right of ovory man to he sect ro in life, Wr crty and property: hut that rested ou the higher ay thoritv of tho people, rpenking through their Constitution, when they declared "ilt. the) cit izens of each Stoto should h .outitlei to alt the privileges and immunities ot cit izens of tho United Slates, in ch Stat, and that 'no persin should be depiived of life, liborty or prnpeitv without due process-or law. Ho argued that Hie proposed amendment di 1 not in any way interfere with the reserved rights of Che mates. He referred to tho statement of the gentle-nan from New York (Mr. Rogers) that he was npoosed to it because it came from a joint coininitte moie tvrannieal than any tvrannv which disgraced tho reisn of Louis XlVth. If the amendment w is ood he (111 gham did ot see that thai wax any o'joition to it. though tho gentleman seemed to think it was. He (Mr. Rodger) nmt have spiken sportively or Ironically, probably be would not have fpokonatall but for the fact that somebody else at the other ei.d of the avenue hod so spoken, when he dnnounoed in a speech tea par y of the gentle nan's choosing this joint commit toe on Reconstruction, raised by both Houses, a hoi og dictatorial, uncon stitutional and unauthorized by la. HOUSE. FROM NEW YORK. The Morris Insurance Company. New York Feb. 28. It is stated In the Evening Post that the business ot tlie Mor ris Fire and Inland Insurance Company will not probably bo resumed, but the af fairs of the company will be wound up by the payment ol outstanding looses, cancel lation ot policies and the division of the surplus among the stockholders. The re port of Mr. Bitrnes states the aggregate as sets now at $G5'J.G40 7li. and liabilities, in cluding losses outstanding, said to be $22U. 800 33. at $507,300 30 leaving a margin of about $1)0.000 altr payment of nil claims. The company think the losses will be found to be smaller than estimated and the assets greater. The cause of the failure is ad mitted to be large and hazardous business, which involved serious losses. The insured will probably receive the amount of the iretnliims now unearned, and the stock lolders may receive from thirty to forty per cent, of the amottntjof their subscrip tions alter all the regular losses are paid. There is likely to be a conflict regarding Mie olllce of lleceiver. John IJ. Hackett was yesterday named for that olllce by Judge Bernard, and this morning Mr. Hackett tiled his bonds in the sum of $50, 000. Mr. Stansberry has been appointed on the application of the company and ot the Assistant Attorney General. Financial. York, 28. The Commercial nys: Monetary affairs are steady, and re turning to the condition of comparative ease in whioh they wore previous to the late Government gold operations. Some of the Banks have withdrawn deposits from the Sub-Treasury, while there is a steady gain of currency through receipts from the West. The street is well supplied with money on call at C7 per cent., perhaps the preponderance nf transactions being at the lower rate. Discounts rather more active. Paper has a freer currency, but at firm rates, prime bills being 78 per cent., inu goou ai (rey per cent. It is impossible to conceal the fact that at present t he street is loud and unanimous in its complaints against the manner In which the Treasury gold sales are conducted. The transactions are made entirely through one broker, a relative of the head of the de partment. During the last two weeks tbout $15,000,000 of gold has been sold iti this way at the ordinary commission of per cent. Such large operations leave a landsome brokerage, which it is very natu rally felt should nut be con lined to any one linn. Stocks quiet, except two or three roads, under clitjue management. Governments quiet. Gold remains steady at about yes terday's quotations. The customs demand moderate. The anticipation of over four millions of interest on 10-40's falling due to-morrow, has its effect upon the premi : urn. It opened and closed at The Bank Committee Successful. New York, Feb. 28. The Bank com mittee have returned from Washington, having accomplished the object of their mission to the Secretary ol the Treasury and the Treasurer. The average deposits of banks are to be taxed after the amount of checks drawn against accounts of each day is deducted. The gross deposits will oe returned and a separate account ot un collected checks be kept placed to the credit ot the banks. Wm. Loyd Garrison Denounces the President and Secretary Seward. ard. New York, Feb. 27. Wm. Lloyd Garri son delivered an address in Brooklyn last evening, lie denounced the President's policy in severe terms. He thousrht that Secretary Seward might have better fallen under the hand ot the assassin Payne, than to have participated in last Thursday even ing s meeting at cooper institute. Nkw York, Feb. 28. The Commercial's Washington correspondent states thatGen C. B. Comstock, of Lieut. Gen. Grant's staff, who arrived nere tins morning trom the Rio Grande, having visited the fortifica tions and garrisons, reports matters there as in a very disorganized state, but is of opin ion that the present arrangements of Gen Sheridan are such as will preserve the peace. juaxiiniiian's envoy is in Washington seeking recognition and endeavoring to conciliate our public men. He will present all tne actions ot tne I rencn Minister. HEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. A Most Eaqniailo, Drlicnte nnd Frn. strnat Perfume, DiNlillril from Ihe Itnre anil Itrnuliful Flower from which it tnjira ila name, i Manufactured only by PHALON oV SO. t" Beware of Counterfeits. Ask fir I'lmlnn'KTnlio no other, Bold by druggists generally. feb!0-deod&weow8mis , Mm Notice. JOUTf FERGUSON, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS of Robert Ferguson, declared, and Hannah Far auson: also. R. Anderson. UuarVlian of Hannah Ferguson, will take notice that a petition was filed against them on tha 25tb day of January, A. I). 1848, in theConrt of Common Pleas, within and for the oounty of Franklin, by one Daniel Loy,Guardl an of James Ferguson, and is now pending, wherein said Daniel Loy, as sucn uuarman, demands parti tion of tha folio in real estate, to-wit: Becinninr at a stone In the liae of Robert Wal- outt's land and John Legg's land, where the line of tha Worthington and Oeorgesville road erostestbe line, thence with the road north 32, east 42 20 loo to a stake at the orossing of what ia called Waloutt's, thence with the said Worthington and Georveeville road, thenoe with said Waloutt's road north 67V, east2748-100toastkainthe line of Robe-t Wal outt's land, thenoe with Robert Waloutt's line south 63 66-100 poles to the beginning, containing three acres and a fourth of an acre of land (3J$ acres', more or less, and that at the next term of said Coert the said Daniel lioy. Guardian, Ae., will apply for an order that partition mar be made of said pi-em- ises.- usnibii xiu 1 , uuaraian, M. it s . m r . .... li. i . "... 1 January 16, A.. D. mi. janM-dltww COMMERCIAL MATTERS. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Feb. 28. ifTMlMNU KXCliANUfc Quiel and rfn i lCt)l410? uuivW-A shade easier: opcnlnf at ISSJf; tf"-iliir t.o V.fl. end eliminr nt titiu. fiOVF.(lSmit H'i'OCKrt -A -hade firmer. 1 FKt'KiDTri To Uferpool, dirll and one penny lower for gVain. New York Stock Market—Feb. 28. JTOCKS-Hrevyi V. 8. 's, W, eonpns inw; jo 5.2r, rl, fltf: do (i's, racistereil, 1 19; C H. ft, So 40 coupons, Mr Trewnry totes 7 80's, fit sorie. (?(; do 2d seTfcs.Dtt',,-: y. A M. ecrtifkates J6; Wol ern Union Telrdraph Off: X. Y, Central ''; Erie f: Iludrfon fr kesdina Cod'.'' lllnhivan Hnnthort, WA: Illinois Central ll5X; I'ittsbirrir 78)4: North western Z7J; do preferred M7-f, Toledo iow lUclc uiaumuufti yon warns Alton preferred 118. New York Market—Feb. 28. COTTOV-HhadoJower; 4!t3Ha. , -., '1jOUK Common to medium grades Bn better,- with a (sir demand, inpvl f t the Kritish rrotfnce'. 7 hml 75 lor extra itme; 8 lois tt, fur'eitra roand boopOiiin, and tt 70S 10 for tr.de brands', taark-t cloninr firm, WHISKY Steady at 13 It tut State, and $2 St WJt(-rn. WHKAT 182c hatter with a fair demand ehiefly for home ue, I 0Sl 71 tor new 0. 1 Milwaukee fprl'nr, and 1 li ruiued for very ohoice do. 1 IlYK Without decided change JIARLKV-Qui.-t. ...... IIAULUV AlAU'-Ia moderate request at ti so CORN Quiet and very firm: 704790 for nnw.ond mixed western in store and delivered: 7P(Mie for half sound mixed western in store, and Sic for south ern afloat. OATS-Quiet and firm; S(343c for unsound west ern: .MijMc for s una do. COFKEE Dull. HI; OAK- More active; Cuba muscnvadv1l$ll5o. .MOI,AS?Krf-l)ull; Aew Ortan$l OWl IP. J'KiKOLF.UM-Diillat2S&2Uu for Crude, and t 40o for refined in bond. . ' PORK llfay; $2S 37S28 OX Tor new mesr; closing; at '.'8 87 H cash; 28 OIKsVJH 80 for old do; and -0 GtxgiiO 75 fur prime. Also, 33'iO barrels new mew, fur Miirnh, April and Way, seller's option, at 2 62Ki!8 (10. iKKF-Unohan:'d at previous prices. UliFF II A MS Quiet at 4I WgM 60. ' CUT MKATS-Nteady; JlXl2o for shoulders and l7r$lH)ie fur hams. BACON A fair demand; l'o for Cumberland cut, and 16,Ve for short ribbed. DKIvSSM) HOIiS-Quiet; 12,130 for west ern, and 13JjiS Mo for eity. LAKU-lu lair demand at 17llH'o. Also ISO barrel. March and April, seller's option, at 10V4O. BUTTER Quiet at 2rt&U2o for Ohio, and 36s?50o for state. cahihtiE-susdy at i22c. -; ; i ) Cincinnati Market. can still he bouxht at S7(97 85. but fond qualities cannot be iiad at less tlian 7 60, and for choice country brands 17 75 is asked end obtained. Extra ranaos from is to to 25, the latter an ex'reine price, aud ob tained only for what are denominated choice trade braods. family is selling; slowly at f JO 10 50. and and finer, SI (jt2. Kre flour ran be bought at ti 50 (i 75. the latter the jobbing pries. Corn meal is in fair demand at tl CO per lou U,s. for white bolted, exclusive of co'.pnraire. Willi AT-Prima old red is held at2 142 SO the latter for strictly prime, and what iscla..ed as .No. a ran he houtrht at t-3t 05. No. new red is held at tl 701 75, at which figure small trnn.netioni wero recorded. o. 2 i quoted nominally at tl to I 55, an I ri jeotod at tltSil 45. The lew lot of spring wbent on the maikot aro held at ft 5Uil 55 for So. 1, aod tl 4"' I 45 for iNo. 2. CORN There is a continued fair demand for shelled at 53c, in elevator, for sound mixed, aod 70 ?le including new rsewcd gunnies. White shelled is held at 5o in hulk, and 75'a7Gc including sscks, with small eslrs at these rate. PROVISIONS .ties pork can not be sold at over t'-X tor city packed, but t'-X 50 is aked, and it is not iMureu irem at wjm price, uoiuors in most cases be ing indifferent Ri.out rolling. Country is held noin- innlly atf.'S. lIu'K shoulders are dull at IHjc, loose, rib sido at 14', loone, but this is lull '.c above the virwsof buyers and we did not hear of a sale. Clear rib are (runted l.V.catid cloar 16.',c loose, but they meet with scarcely any inquiry, hulk hams are held at 16'3il8tc, loose, and hams in sweet pickle, 179 iso. liaoon siouliers are quiet at 14. Inthe job bing way J. S.'.o hich.r is obtained. There Bravery few rib sides out of smoke. Sales were made to a fsir extern at le for packed. Clear rib are hel l a. n 'io. tloar sides are in niodorate request at flH If'.c. Sucar cured hams are stead . at ean- vair'ed and packed. ItreakfaH bacon is quoted at 2oJl2o)-3U. l,ard whs firmer, and closes with a fair demand at lrt1. 9IC(to for prime country and citv. POTATOES The market rules steady at t3 30 3 .'15 per barrel for the best descriptions, on arrival. anu r.i oosj uu ironi suire. nr.li.li Small fun are being made from store and orders filled at SB 4K6 60 fur prime samples, but there were some purrlinsus at tt 35. Timothy is quiet at 3 50ai:i o. Tee receipts of flax are light, with a g"nl demand at fl bo. SL'OAR Kaw I2'. il5'.u: soft refined 16S17K. and hard refined l.9!lrt4o. MOI.A Mv - I'orto Kico 90495c; Syrups 75Stl 25 and s irghuni 60(i;S COFKfcK 2.VSJ0C for common to choice Rio, and 4045c for .lava. Y lilsKl- 1 hero is an improved demand for free whisky at t2 24 Ci 15. Bonded is dull, aud was of fered to-day at 'V5;, without finding buyers. Cleveland Market. made I0 TSU 00 for TT yerl. ill W 12 on for X ' white. Country brands XX red t'J 00 to OO; do XX whito tio 0IK311 00. W Ith.A 1 the market to-day was very dull, and wo could hear ot no transactions. CORN Finn hut quiet. Sale 1 car No. 1 shelled from store at 55e. O ATS-Salos 1000 bush at 34i from store. PORK Quiet and steady. No. 1 oity mess (28 00; No. 2 mess ti" 00; clear til 00. L ARO Firm. City rendered in tieroes 18o; do in ke?s 195. Country rendered lb17c. HAMS Sugar-cured steady. Kales 1500 nnnnda at 22o. HiOUIiDERS-Rteady at ISo. M HISS ltKEP Uuiet and steady at 18 00 for eitv packed. iikim rir.r. rrm. Hales 600 pounds at Mo. HIUUWINES Very few on market. Held firm at ti iM. ALCOHOL F rm. He d at tt 45(84 60 fnrOS ner cent.; Cologne Spirits. 8 per oent., tt 80. JNeutral Prtxif Spirits tl 372 42. PETROLEUM Held at 6O0 for roll ed fret in large way; small lots do 6J?,81c ShbDS limothy in good demand and firm at $4 00. Clover dull att8 12 8 25. G G YOUNG MEN I Qualify yourselves for Business by at tending TIIK CAIMTAIi CITY mm COLLEGE. 0 Book Kcrpiii, Penmanship, Mathematics, Telegraphy and Phonography THOROUGHLY TAUGHT. STUDENTS COmifftNCE AT ANY TIME. Thu Is the only In?titution In the rtate which mltos a liberal discount in favor of all Siildieri. College Journal sent free. Address, W. I. Marshall & Co., Cotumbua, O. Be Mr. W. H. Rfsh has no longer any tort of connection with the Capi tal City Rusinexs Colli ge. All paid np .Scholarships Issued bv Bush A Marshall, or by W. H. Bush, will be aooepted by the present propri etors. feb15-dAwtf ; 4, ' ' G Legal Notice. fJeorgoW. Ingham, pi ff.) Court of Common Pleas vs. . of William O.Stevens deft.) Franklin County, Ohio. THE DEFENDANT. WILLIAM O. STEVENS of County, Mate of Iowa, will take notice that the plaintiff, George W. Ingham, nf Franklin County, Ohio, did, on the 3d dtyof February. I860, file his petition in the Court of Common Fleas with in and for the County of Franklin, State of Ohio, against the said William U. Stevens, defendant, setting forth that the said action of the plaintiffis founded upon a promissory note executed by the said defendant to said plaintiff, on the 13th day of July; 1HC5, payable six months after dale, for eighty dol lars, and that there is due to the said plaintiff there on, from said defoudant, the suinol $80,. for whioh sum-said plaintiff olaims judgment with interest thereon, from January 13,1806. The said plaintiff also caused an attachment to be issued by the Clerk of said Court, and levied upon 22X acres, more or low, of land belonging to said defendant, sitnate In' Sharon Township, Franklin Couity, Ohio, beii g that west part ef Lt o. S of the sub-division of section No. 4, township 9, range 18. blaid George W. Ingham, plaintiff, seeks to have the said property sold and appropriated to the pay. man! of his said olaim. The said William O Ste vens is notified that he is req aired to appear and an-1 swer said petition on or before the third Saturday after the 23d day of March, A. D. IteA . , Dated February Kb, A. D. 16. - ' - r. . . Ofc0RGEW.CfG.HAM. 1 By H. B. Albut, bis Attorney. ' ' , fT ,4 fettvdltiw- y.L t. ,1; ?r'f TP8IX1VJS UtAXJU J -OF- D RY GOODS '."sr r-t AT O O 8 T! ; 'I t 4 GREAT CHANCE ef -FOR-' BAR C A I T J S I ,.p PURCHASEO .... I ..:W.' i' MILLS, SCDERMERHORN ti m ,-., 1-. ... , - f .ft t-- ..1 Stock, we will close the same out at cost For Twbnty Dayc. - ... ha - TO MAKE ROOM FOR A'" V"' "y r!l y. . 1"' - ed iU H E 7 S T O C:l(. ,' Si. . .. 1 tt ' i. f 3 . WILLIE GLAD TO WA?T, UPO? Old and New Patrons. .it.. . - .1 . . ."1 WM. RICH ARD 3 & QO; 13 SOVtni HIGH 81'KEET. fob7-dly . . at oost i; , .1 WOOLEN GOODS! AND .1 ; i.'-.ir'.nt W TT S'.-! 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