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Ve4ncflM - march fiilA. M. AIAUK, Editor, w, 11. Awnl4, Aaoclat " only TcmorHHlwtTlpUan. ,l )CU.M 1,M) ern Mtk- no VoTttiic renJrs. so 4tt Smifiiof mm it PjiJ in yUwnit' iVVrWniitOTlllktiNUf where eaUiak- mu..ji,j."L', ' i IfQOtring'to . the eickncst of th'nVb? E liter, who ii confined : to fi Tfflj&fo severe indisposition, tho bftltdwiof editing in ! publishing the Ss)nin"61, rests for , the present, and wTO'perhnps for some time, ' "with thessocjate Editor. His physician fjatis, attending to any buniueis afctpttteifc-'! I .!:. ; iH(fl Hi behalf f the cause, we haV$ a"ser(ous word to-siy to tho pnt- The President bas directed .that where iruita have been instituted un der the confiscation law against parties tm-t, ti.r linM taVt h itnnMtf oath, uch suits are to be discontinued. England haa fropose.l an armietice, preliminarj to conference of the great powers on the Danish question. It is roppcrted by Franoe, Russia and Sweden. It is thosght the Military Commit' tee ia the House of Representatives will reucrtin favor fcf increaBins the ay of seldicrt to twenty dollars a month. General Mansfield, who arrived at Indianonolis Testcrdav from Knox- ronaof the Sentinel, ' We' wish t naye ujiderstowi in earnest and we wflub thoi to nw XT. ' The Sentinel rs-fttaot W carried on without money. Wvj-'foiitor expects to purchase NEW TiVihJ ,-.Spring nn(i prosecute t fie uapc'f packing' Presidential , cam paign ft'iti. vigor; in order to do ; this tj.-Jsublishment must have all that Wowihtf it. There is a sufficient ,' if if were ' colecied. cj >int may be small, and the debtor may think his account is so taalli&tjt it is .not of much impor- tan'fiejBlit the' men with' the SMALL . . t f fL: - i. ' - - - acciiuht Is addressed as much as any other. "..He need not consolo himself wjth-ii; reflection, for, in , tho lan gukgo'f f Scripture, "TIIOU ART TAB yi AN." Thwe accraatj ajjra feffi tiuU '-i Now to each one indebted to as i ntivi wdVi either for Advertising, Job "UJi. - V' - w ' Work, Subscription, by note or book aSc'dttafc? wesay wre want to sek toC, afi'5'see5ou'80on. "We shall be hap inn Y'jr pj to rrecejve our fnends at all times; a4 wf jshali know batter who are the TtKlfnends of the Sentinel by the ltftfrHte't-'in which they heed this call. li,rawn impossibility for a merchant, tQpj'einish his stock of goods with aujt;qftsh.. It is as much impossible to run a railroad without collecting fare frtrt!th passengers, and receiving pay foVtea 'transportation of freight. Ihj-fk'iji' you cannot carry on any busi ness, even "keeping a Hotel" without mMeki How some people imagine that printing is an exception to that rjWe1, if e cannot comprehend. It is WrTHE ' FACT, and if any of icw auouU try it they Trill soon rille, stater, as hie opinion, that a bloc!y battle is impending, ar d all the troops ahtuld be hurried fcrwarrL ' 'In the vicinity of Salt Lake City tho highwKTme n are at work. . A number have been caught by the Yig- ilanse Cwnmittce.; 13 were huijg.ana 72 mere are in the hands of the Com mittce. ' l ' i - 1 ' ' A dif patch from Cutulerland 1 Gnp informs us that the Federals have been surprised near that point in East Ten ncseee, attacked by tho Confederates, and sustained considerable loss. : The Democratic. State Convention in Connecticut have nominated Thom as II. Seymour for Governor, and Thomris H. Bond, formerly an Old line Whig, for : Lieutenant Governor. Chattanooga dispatches state that Longstrect is falling back to Dalton, to form a junction with Johnson, by which the strength of both armies will be at least sixty thousand men. ; ' The l'rorcst Marshal at Chattanooi ga states that for the month of Janu ary and half of JLubruvry there were 3,270 desertions from Johneon'a army alone'. "J : : ,-: ' ' 'i There Vis teen no more fighting in Denmark. The.Danibh Parliament is for resistance to. the last extremity. Earl Russell, and 'Lord Palmerston have made speeches in Parliament, &c nying the right of Avutria anel Prus sia to abrogate the treaty of 1852, in London, in relation to Denmark". : The Confederate, dispatches, iri.the Richmond papers, state that Mobile is in a critical condition, menaced by Banks' and Sherman's armies, and Farragut's fleet. The London Herald, the organ ol tho English conservatives, contends that if Aus'tria and Prussia repudiate the London Treaty of 1852, relative There is a report that the Confeder ates in North Carolina hnd hung .51 soldiers they had captured, belonging to the Second (white) North Carolina Volunteers. If the report is confirm? ed, 51 Confederate will. probably fbc hutig by General Butler. According to a Confederate desert er, Lee has but 25,000 men, but by March or April will have 60,000 men, as his tned will be latV; front the Sonth, where they have been forag- The President nas Hgncd tbVCqni scription Bill, and it is now a law. . We have again reports from Mem phis that Selma, Ala-bama,; has .been taken by .GcVieral Sherman, after - a 8evorepglit. Montgomery, Auoama, is the next place of attack. The Federal army is . in . front of Dalton, Georgia. , Tunnol , Hill has been carried,-and it ' is .repprted that Sherman has cut folk's army.n, two. The rebel cavalry arer in fcherman a rear put i(; creates no apprehensions. In the late engagement near ; Tun nel Hill, Georgin, the Federals' cap tured over three hundred prisoners. , Sumner is preparing a bill to pre Tent disloyal persons from settling on the public lands. By disloyal, Sum ner means persona not Abolitionists." It is said that : owing tc the ' great number of volunteers a draft will be unnecessary in New York..., - .-j B-The Ohio Renublicans'ilo not ladetphia. Agreed to. Tba bill thco pa- IIXVIII 0!(UE!S. W.mixnToH. Ffbrutrv 23. 'J. Mr. 6umnr pmentri riou pstilional T he bill to t?xwn1 tha lima on wuiuraw relative to the ebolishme" uf lVrj Am t al l goeds in enVlie mrp end bonded wane pmo"n in Otio. New Yoik, and one troia Governor Andrew, Joniih Quiue.Ti and roeui br or the Senete ad House f Uepresea iV'wol Hie Hut of Mustchui us lor seBate tho ad After txecutiej ef8ioa journrd. Ilot'ss. The Houfe resumed the eon fidcrotion of tl bill to establish a buretu lor rrefdinen'a effnir. Mr. Kellv. ol Pnnsylvar.i, advocated the bill, end prrise4 V 'tii'J,l pss(N 10 reel the exigence! wUica tivo arisen ur.acr lU preun? if ax-. . . . A mesfisie W! receives! trotn tlie herate "thai (bat bod? had 6fin!urrd in the' report ol the Com in'rtiM o! Caolerence on the Whisky Bill. " ' " " ' Mr. Sievena tnorsd for oncurrence ia Iba report '" '"" ' - ' Mr. Washborne, of Illinois, wha idisaen ted Win. tBC'rrpert, !gte hi' reieerti -for wiiMioldfnir ble eiient."; He wa qonwiteo ly in favoi- of taxing liquors on hand; and. wanted the report retened bk' lor Buob uicd ficetione as wid ecure to the Treasury a pioper iiKome from that aourco. . be m eisied that the epeeulaiors should not pro per at the expenaeof lha peoplo.- -J Mr. Fernkhdo Wood anil adhered o his former DroDOvliion 10 ta alt whikey oa hand uom-miueei oi i..on ' tliA Merita Ll9rtnp7 TTaiirr n wiaotan lVtty awako Pcacel - v"he PprlncrHl "OU'-' IWiwWam. At bading Uepublican paper of Nr SnfUal, io a Ute imm, sjs: i ' ' .' -,' i 8imy Winter eir?pnai opsraHoa. why ennot,"his lime ba employed to makepeace? Virtually k H a arroHtiae; though not ha? ing bD ao declare I, the UOTernment aid the people nmka no ute et it. Ou our aids ! we should at once commence the dwomalon hctd u Ukea p, and amended by f han: sine the tliua from the lit of Sune to lit el September, and then taed. Tba Uoose the adjourned. t -J -c . -r ' ""WasuiKaToK, Feb. 28, I8C4. SrHATs. Mr. Sumner introduced a bill Ur.di of the U..i'fd 6l.e. Heferred to thei'f recon-truciton; and on the Robel aide the Committee on Public Unds. "P '""nBJ 01 ; iMr,ViWiplrdPda bill which pro-1 that has been grow.n? r..m;er in conse Tides thetNut Or inliitii.ents n t Regular j q"""" of their dee.ts in 1963, would find Army shall be for three veara, i.-e4d of, wnt; and ibey. too. would talk about thtir Q.e EMr ud LU ia. ih8 Jiecl,vr. Al-nj c.ndmor. .comitructior. . Wa t..i i'fii .i,.ii 'those of N6rth Carolina and weorsle- would iv iiu en usieu nruir iu uuii Hi. all havo the' privllcgs 6f re enlitir.gV'vnMI 'tha dts of May next, with existing bounties. Odered to be printed. ' . ' '' ' On tooiion.ol Mr. Collarner, tbs bill to re. move the dlsqualitlcatirtria an aroount of col or in Csrrv Ing th9 ttiails was called np ' Con ' Eiderabls flabate 'erisued on the amendment of the P6st .6c3 tbmnuttee, which provides that there" shall be' n6' exclusion of' witness in Courts of the United States on account of color. . . . , ,. .' .'' '.Mjwsrs. liipe antt Ilemtncki' of Indiana, Powell and Paulsbury.opbosed the amend ment, Messrs', Sumnef,' Oollamer and Har1 Ian sunnrrted it. . " ' " ' " 1 he, senate, without concluding trie suu but a, aj... mber ot-w ject of VemoviD? the diqual.fictioDS again ?T,bWuM' 'W.f'SSittS coloredVrncarryirig the mails, and al declsiO,. of he f ' 2 '"S ftin. to'.tey VCourt, resolved tf nampiy, that both Houses having agreed to Li. s , j'onj.i J ' " ' ' ' srikeU the clau.0, there was at, such fc'frnfe ?ot Mr; teVanV. the tion m controversy. ; - ;. .1 Commiitee on MilrUrvlflaira were ina'rud them dfstathd. Now we do not believe that those rwfr-' think this : way. They aro caejess. . We will wait patiently for their appearance. ,.. JMoney can oesent bj.S'jnail" at all times. At' the ap pr'tiing County Convention on the J2tlr!'ifjf March Vrould he a good time fflrthjose ' indebted , to this cstablish- 10iKW8 OF THE WEBS, ... eworri -; , . U,rragut's fleet will comprise lorty is now credited that Gen. Sher mi?n lias captured Selma,, Alabama. '; aptain Hunt, Senator Hale's Ix,i9tid,;has been sentencsd, to pay a Wof ?2,000. . : . . The Vandcrbilt has teen ordered to Chins. - uf 'ttiirty thousand veteran "troops wnc8c:term expires, ..twenty-iyc ,thoU trjd) hawei already re-enlisted., ; .-, j -ci!Tfi basis of the ; English! proposi f'5'fof ah arralstice , is the-evacuation l the panes of one of the Ditches'. ntj la, 're poited tha V Pcpp'ark, haf proBosed.a European Congress jso One- third of the business portion of tfi Village of Ithaca,' Tomplirls eOun- Ytas been destroyed' by tie. f,Xvis reported that General Price, taljing. advantage of a sixty days furr . hJogh, has gone to Mexico, ana will nrtt return ' General Gilmorehas prohibited the f'ua v.. ... Hi 5 . : i 4stjiruction or pillage of property, in Florida, by our soldiers. j,; . ,, I 0Chey are sending Federal prisoners fritter" Richniond ' to Georgia, 'at -the rate of 400 ncr day. General feigel' is to succeed General Kelley m Western irgima. "'jilKorfolk ,'.Ya.,' twenty-eight'de fiffst confiseation have been' made cfcnConfederato property. . , ,, ; 11 Ihere ia another fleet to be added to &U' Federal squadron by Jwar of m rcastng ih expenses. ;J biPf. tfi?X 9&c$. , haT Mci)ed Sfljall from Libby Prison and reached the Fidsral lines in safety.; y:i:. 1 It itt tejiorted that Beauregard is on !a mif'pmta Bnnnek tf'bpfoiie' the . eeral progres pTJor'nla, vhfrjp we arjf.gaiojng . eonsiclerable advantages, -i jla the Uouso of. Commons the dis Md in- Ireland' has- been discussed, ktA itirjitji stated that,jiiconsefiuen;ei ' a large emigration' figitinj men' America was going on.-- 'jG?JiCrat' iTplraci" haoccupied Ring iKild, Ga' witliout any ronistancc. auwir, which formerly bad population 'Peel? i takiug iuasurcs to of thrve tuwaiid inhabitants. ,'thcm, to Denmark, a general European ar must be the result. ; -. The steamship Bohemian, from Liv erpool, struck a rock four miles out side of Cape Elizabeth, and sunk. But feur passengers were lost. The cargo was lost, which was Tallied at a million of dollars. i - Governor Morton has been renomi nated for re-election by the Abolition ists in Indiana. He has been Gover nor four years, and, by the constitu tion, he cannoc b elected a second time. As he cannot serve, it elected, all the votes cast for him will be mere ly complimentaiy. The confederate privateer Tusca-; loosa has bden Seized at' Cape Town;' Africa, fcr a violation of British r.e'u-1 trality. She has been seized by the British Authorities. : :,:It is believed that the Confederates at Daltoui being under the impression that Grant haI,r.einforced the array at Knoxvillc, and, weakened his iown ai; my at Chattanooga, would attack the. latter place' forthwith. 'Stirring news from that quarter before' Aprif may be expected,, ;. ,.,;,'.'.' ; itl.,,;,,j U It has transpired that the' United States have made no demand upOii the EHglis:'(a6yernmen for the Alabama proceeding?. , i I6rd ." jRusscll; 'stated that Mr. Adams, pur Minister in Great Britain,, had , thought ! it prudent to withhold from' thot English' Govern ment Mr. Seward's offensive'di'spat'eh, over whi'some .'capital . for boldness has, been pado in thig country, "'The engagement at Tunnel Hill, on Wednesday, resulted in General Pal- mer capturing ovy prisoners, ine Federal loss, ia killed and . wounded, ' Over one hundred Federal' prison er in Richmond, including Junius H Brewne'and A. D. Bvichardson, newsi paper men, well known m Ohio; have ' been sent -from Richmond to Salisbury, N. O., where their condi tion, will be much improved. '.. 1 - .At the Convention of Delegates, at. Louisville yesterday, to take action on the improvement of the Ohio , River, a series of resolutions were passed, ask ing tho- Federal Goverrhent to arjrjros priate ten million's of dollars for the' improvement of, tho Ohio River, aijd that the , plans of such improvement, as agreed upon by tho Convention, be i submitted to the Bwrds of Trada of each city and town ori ltd bordan', for their- approval VI if, n iV,..S f.r. ( ;s"'J!.;: J-f!? -i" The rebels, it is said, havr three powerful ; iron-clads iiesrly; ready to more down the JJeus'. and ' Roanoke UtiittB, in North Carolina.,; '. General impede take very kindly to Mr. Chase's pres idential circular; at least their chief organ, the Cincinnati Gazette, profes ses to be very much disgusted with the whole affair. It says: ' " ' The Wnahivigtou presidential wire workers imagine that thej have crea ted a sensation in the country by .pub lishing circulars, advocating and oppo sing the claims of certain, men to the presidency. , In this l;ey ' are very much mistaken. . The people are '.do ing an extensive husiness in the way of thinking at preFffit, and they are not likely to be influenced in the lenst degree py tne aisgraceiui wrangling oi the political jobers of the national cap ital. ; Disgraceful, we say, for the cir culars to which we refer only two of which have been published in tho pa pers, are a disgrace to the nation, and cannot fail to damage the cause of the men whose interest they, are intended to promote. We caution - the people to be on their guard against the in trigues of. wire-working politicians, and to be prepared, when the time comes, to elect delegates to the Na tional Convention who .shall .'vote for the man who, in their estimation, shall best promote the interests of t'he coun try; There never was a time that called for the exercise f the calm aud unprejudiced judgement of tho people refcried to another tommiltoe to aceord with i tie sense of the House as loimeiJy ex pressed. ' ' - :' ' " ' ' '" Mr." Steven denied that there Was auy principle ":in the pailiamentary practice to arrange i'a' 'Committee ol Conterenee tor tax ing sto.k on' liand. "- ' ' The House reluseJ, yeas 57, nays' 36,1 1 agree to the Committee ol Conference on the Whiiky Dill. ' ; ' ' ' ' The temis of agacemeht were transmitted to the House jesterday in 'advance o1 the re port, and already published. ' Another Com mittee Ol UonfereBce was oracren. House. The Navy 1 -Appropriation "Bill was taken up. T l.d debaia trill conlinue till the close of ttrc 'session. ' Mr. Blow, of Missouri, made a speech af which the Iluuse adjourned. VAS.uiKCiTos', Feb. 21. llousE. iA'ter some unimportant buinesa the House tbsuraed the consideration of the bill lo ' establish a bureau of ' Freedmeu'a Affiri. ' ".: '' " .' ' ''' The House parsed the Senate bill taking Waraenship ol the Jail, in the district ol Columbia, from Marshal Lamon, and confer ring it On the l'resi'deht. ' ' .' Mr. King, of Missouri, defended Gover nor Gamble, CJjneral Schottold, and,' the State Miliiia. ' " . '': ;"' " ."''" ' Mr. Schofield reohed to Mr. Dawson, sevetely crVlCisin the so called' heutrala in ihB war, ana tnose wno oppose ua lunueT prosecution. ' , ' ' , . " Ttc Uominillee tnen proceeaeu 10 vote on the amendment heretofore oifered, ' that seamen shaft b paid in gold or its equivalent. It was disagreed to, S3 against B3. Blr. Kico. or Massaclmsoits, movea to in crease the appropriation for the construction and repair ol vessels irom j-JZ.bvp.wu 10 f26.80O.OtU' Alter. Bomb debate 'it was aaretd to 72 acaiust'23. "' '''''. A 6ne debato took ulacs on tr.s item 01 $135,000 for the purchase of two hrs ad- adjoining thje Uosioa Itavy yard, An in elkctual motion wai made to sinae it oui. Without coming to a conclusion, the Ooto niittee rose and 'tho House adjourned. ; ted to, inquire into the expediency' of Increaii- .k. .1 C,l,.. lV,a 1 11 ll.ro llljiu UUU1UGI VI yy.f i:,imv ....... Academy; also.lho .ejpediency $t repealing so much of. the Enrollment Ac as gives pay to officers with leave, ' J . , ; At the BugReitiori ot'Mr; gtevens, to-mor" row wii eiul'isivuly act apart for general de bale, or buncocibs speeches. , ; Mr, Higby, ol California, introduced a bill to exclude traitors and public enemies from the speaV, aad a iu'ler amount-ol loyal senti-. mrnig would be made in three months . than we bars had in three yeer of. wax. It. would be thedenth ofrebeldon; and it would pnduoe a revolution in nublio eatiuient here. i.Wherj Charles II returned to England, 4o bo received with aladoeM,. lie said be)-, would have coma back. vtars belora bad .118 under. stood th aentirueot ol iho nation. As Joa: as men stand wilh arms in their "hand,, or in boatjld attitude, they fear and. hate each other? but when tbey epeak-and ;look into each oUicr'i eyes, if reason U not overcome l.y madness thoy may .tie friends.: AD I that la needed lor the restoration of the Unioa, sihee the petmle on bjtb.,sidea are tired of war, ia that 'the psrtiet should speak to each cther.i 'l'here wnuld have ben-no rebellion if we had known each othir better, and (he war could, not .continue IT . bW.wa could come to that knowledge. .1: oJu; r.r.-.i The South act d on jra feats, whwh'iwere groundless. If they could have seem the facia ma they Were,- that -three In four at least of all- the people designed them no harm, but would hive shd their .blood to de'end the rights of South Caroling Georgia and Mimsippira4 quirk ai ol Massachusetts New York and Michigan, they would never have lifted an arm in rebellion. They were deluded - and cheated,-. Thev eoninred up a Courts and -setlemeh.t on the public pbantasm--adevil and rvo themselves to more, or near so much as the present. It is therefore important that, they should frown upon, the iinpenitentdic- tation of self-constijuted advisers, who through secret circulars, which they makp liitste to have made public, seek t poison or distract the public mind. Let the people keep cool and do their own thinking, , and all will be well; but if heed 13 iriven to mere politicians and place-seekers, who have, personal in terest to serve, all will be ill. This is prtty'sharp talk tor a lead ing Ohio Uepublican paper, and sig nificant, too, in view of the fact that Mr. Chase hail? from this Stats. The laiU'i-iml llcvenue or 1801 'The circulars directing the banner n which the income and other taxes of the Internal Revenue shull be assessed : and collected have be n received by the proper officials of this section: . ; 1 "The attention Of tax-payers is heren' by called to' 4he provisions' 'ofi the United States Excise "La, -relative to the assessment of Annual' taxes.-' , 1 ' "By tlie sixth section'toNheiact -of : July 1,'1862,'itiriflade the' -duty .of all persons, partnership, hrms, associ ations or corperations,' made liable" to any annual duty j1' license or tax on or before the' first Monday of May in each year, to make a list or return to the Assistant Assessor of the District, where located, of the amount of arinu al income, the articles or objects char, god with: a special tax,'' 'and the- busi ness or occtipatibn liable to' pay; any license; " '' '"-'""' '- ."'Every"' peKsen 'who shall fail 'to make such return by the day specified, will be liable to be assessed by the As sessor according to the best informa tion which he can obtain, and in such case the' Assessor 'is requirsd tp add fifty per centum to the amount of the itmi'ia of unch list.'1' ' ' ' - ' '''- "Everj person who shall deliver to 'an Asesssor any false 6Y fradulent list or statement with intent to evade the valuation or ntlmeration require! ' by' law, is subject to a fine of five huhd red dollars; ari'd in such case" the-i list will be tnade out by the Assessor i or Assistant Assessor,' and from !the 1 v- uatibn and enumeration so made there can be no appeal. w. ,i..v 'Payment of the annual! taxes,ex-., cepi those fot licenses, will not be doi manded until ' the 1 thirtieth day of June." "' of the Louisville .: ; 'i'-VVasuiSoTOM Fob. 25, 136-t. ; Suit atb'. After the presentation of vari- ous netitions and memorials, on motion 01 Mr. r esseden, the fconale rei onsioerea me vote adopting the Conference Committee He- nort on the Revenue Uill. and appointed a new Cororuitttee to confer with that appoin ted by the Uouje. ; -. , The bill relating to Assistant raymastere io the Navy was called up by Mr. Hale, and after amendment, -passed." .. ' . v tn motion of Mr. Wilson, the bill equally zine the uav of soldiers was called up, and a debato ensued on the pending amendment ol Mr. Oollamer.' , -s - . : Mr. Powell introduced a bill repealing m acts crauiine bounties on tunage of vessels enzBzed in the cod fisheries. Ilulerred. ' ' , The Senate receped from its vote agreeing to the Conference Committee's report on rev enue bills, and another Coherence Commit- tee was ordered.' -Tne bill 1 elating te ap nointmentg in the naval service, was 1 taken up and amendedj by striking out the olanse discharging; voluiiteer. officers within sixty davs altar return oi vesel, and Id ling an ad ditional, empowering ourts tuurtial to reduce to seaineD such officers as abseil ibemseivos Irom their commands. As thus amondmed it passed.' 1 -.'. - "- ' The bill equalizing the pay of soldiers was then taken up, the question being on ihe a- mendment to inrJu,ler all persone enttsieu liifder I he call ol Oo'obeT, 18o3, in the) boun ty proti ions. An amendment to tuis.amend" meut was adop'ed, providing lhat all peraons whose Dacissbow the y : eahsteu under toe act ol ltiOf t,hull receive the pay and bounty droinised tn that statute. ..j .;: Aireuiendmenvextendinj pav and bounty to free: persona,: was debated,; wht;n the sub anda. lie lur rail to . tho Committee on the. Judiciary. .. , . i),., ' ,, :.. r.' .. '..' .,, '' . Mr. S:hen'ck, from.the.Coinmit'ee on Mil; 1 il&ry Affairs, n ported .the fchuwinz joini resulution: That the bounties authorized 11 bapaidi iindor. the existing laws '.and' the regulations and orders "of the War Depart ment, to veterans re-enlisting, or persons enhstinc in the reztnar or volunteer service j lor three years or .during the war, shall be 1 paid fiora the first of March to the first of April, any law or regulation, to tne contrary notwithstanding; and that ,he Mid bounty, be paid out of any mony already appropriated- lor lhat purpose. ,.. Mr (VftYn h nni'irniitnrl an amendment .. .. . - . - - , , ... (. Credited 10 their respestive localities. ., , ; Mr. Schenck said that was already provi. ded Ipr in the Enrollment, pill.;; .-, Mr. Coffratb replied that the Pm.vostMar. sbal issued. an order antagonistic to it, . . . , Mr. Sshencksaid then the olticer uiuat be held to responsibility. '..,-,V.','i , The Uouse passed a joint resolution 10 ex tend the time for the payment, of )he boun ties. ... ., . . . -,' . .,. ., The ilouse passed a resoltition ol, thanks' to Admiral Porter, commanding the Missis-! sippi squadro.nr and tne officers and men, for the eminent skill and endurance in co-open-ating ,wi h the,atmy in reopening tlio Miss issippi River; also, a. rasa tp lion of thanks to Commodore Uinet'old, officers aiid men, for daring and skill in rescuing, the V. 3. troops Irom ahipwrecK- during jJao.i........ , ; ,. , , Mr. Blair, pi. JlibSouci. 'liqm the Commit, tee on Military Affaire, reported , a bill, which) afte-r '.debate, was passed., allowing ptrsona in. Ktrth Carolina, South' Caroli na, Alabama and other Southern Staies'tp be enlisted in the army ,with all, the privi leaes .under the existina law,' in regard to pay, bounty, &a. :, Such volunti era , to le crrdited to such States or suhdistricta ol State, as they may elect. The bill was pas sed. 81-10-44 . -., ' " " . ' The Virginia Election Case .was then ta ken up. .-, . Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, made a report from the Conterenee Committee,- on the die agreeing amendments to .the Lieut, .General Bill. - Mr.- Washburne. explained -that the House Commiitee had agreed to the Senate's amendmeat, by striking out the recommen dation that Gen. Grant be appointed Lieut. General, for the reason they had every reaS on to believe i I the report should be concur red in, Oeneml 'Gfant would bo seleoted to fill the position by the- PreaidemV .)'-' " Mr. Oox.'ofOhio, accused Washburne of deserting his old 'riend, General Grant, by yielding to the striking out of the recommei datioD; "ii-- 'v.- . v;..i'.. ; The report was the adopted by a vote of -73 aetot87;i - ; M' " '" 1 he Uduse then-adjourned. ' ' '", "' ,'rentice, Iournal, .says? 'Those 'fllerg-ymbn ore certainly censurable who refuse to pray for Mr. Lincoln'.' We"' ought all to ,pray- for, the ' poor,"" and ho is a mighty popr President.; ; ! ' m a ,i"i' .1 - -rfr . - .-' Wr An9 jI'vnristiat .jryjHjeMy yrB. the title 4ff a new religious journal re cently establishedjn Columbus, - Ohio, ikpublished by1 Rey.J'J.'F.' 'Given1, 1 recently of ..the Methodist denomina tion. ;It ignores politics' as a part ' pf religious worship. Terms 2,00 ; a year. iect was Dostuonrd tbl to morrow.. t he Military Committee. -were insuuctea to inquire into the expediency o. extending the bounty to April,: .' - - --i I , Alter an Eei:culi?a Bos.ion, tne . Cienats adjourned. )'-, ; '-4 Uouse. Mr, wasnbtrrne, ot Illinois mov- efl to take up the House Bill to revite the evade ol Lieut. General. ' as returned irom the Senate, with 'the amendmebt -striking out the recommendation that General Gram he appointed to that position. ' -MrMVanu bourne said bis object was to disagree 4 the Senate aitrendment,"order that a Lomuiittee oj Conference might be asked,' -. -' "Mr. Fink obiected. ' " - '- "' '-" . " 'Mr'.'Uavie, of Maryland, delended the' va. lidity rt the late Maryland eleetions, and spoke of the prAercSs of emancipation 'there, saying they were under-small obligation- to Mr. Lincoln for what tad been aonej'- ue advocated an amendment of the Constitution, resolutely declaring hi a condition precedent ol re-admission into the Union that slavrry be forever abolished in the Soothtrn States. Mr. Davis concluded by apeaking against the colonization of the h eed tut n, as incompati bljS with the true policy and humanity. Mr. Washburne then succeeded in procur ing the appointment ot a Committee ol Con lerence on ibe disagreeing amendment to the Lieut. General Bill. If . Mr. Stevens, from tbe Committee of Ways ana means, reported a Dm proviaing as 101 lows: That ol the six hunored million loan authorized by tho act of M arch 3d, 1863, io li)--10's, one hundred'tuillionS be put in the market,' redeemable in nut less ' than - five yearg nor more than forty.'"'! ' 1 - ..- . Mr. SieVens asked' lor' the immediate pas age bf the bill.' ' ' '' ' :"; . 1 ''; -' 1 " Mr.' Brooks asked if the bill did not also authorize the Secretary of Ihe Treasnry ' to issue an additional ten or twelve millions On 3 '20 stock already subscribed lor. " Mr. Stevens said yes, to tbe amount of ten millions, " By common consent,1 action- en - the bil was postponed nntil the .bill could "be priii- The Naval 'Appropriation'' JBilJ was ,jheh laaen up. - i Thar-elause annronriatinf $215 OClrt fnr thm - - ... 1 , r -0 Philadelphia Xevy-yard was discowed. and X . Rebel View, nt Ibe, Northern Democracy. ,,- - -i ' From the Richmond Diopatch,Ja:J5 .- 1 '..'' V To .'dismiss ' fhete blissful visions, and come to sober, , waking .truth, we must say in,, sincerity that we regard the Northern Democracv and their 'policy'' as the worst, form, ol .Northern hostility which has beenf rnejii lasted in th.e.rwar." But It) them' we should not be where we now' are. But -lor. military chieftains and soldiers .of Northern Pemocracy, who once prolessed tr be the bitter enemies, pf coercion . jri ever' shace and . form, the war could not have last ed two . m'ottth's. , The' Black R'bublicans proper, ,unided by the Democratic etem nt, would have, been struck, with paralysis be (ore Lincoln had been' three months in his teat At ti e same lime, however, that ibis 'politic' parly bas given th war. Us chief irif pel us in leaders and men, it has professed a policy of peace upon b'-norble terms, which vcas far mine formidable in its arts than the combined arni9 of all parties in the. North. There was at one period of . the, war i more danger from.its seductive tongue .than,, the brawling and hitter mouths of. L)nc6n arid his, Cabinet. . Even now ' we,, would rriunh' rathe!- have Lincoln lor the Pre'siilaht prthe Uuiiod Slates than the candr'ato of the con sjt vative Democracy." ', Lincoln 'seems to have been raised up, as was George the Third, to render a restoration of colonics to. their ty rants, impossible. If he had pursued the wise and conciliatory measures which the Konhern Uitnocracy protessed to. advocate. "the rebellion'' would have been ' peacetully Suioinerea in nsorauie. duidis neart Das been hardened, like Pharaah's; he .has so tratnuled upon all law, disregarded al right. and outraged all humanity, that .the whole Confederacy has become .consolidoted in the tqsolnte deteniiinaiation to submit to every jprin of human sulfering, rather,' than return Lo ihe defctabta ' einbrase of a. ' Government which he has rendered to their to their minds, an embodiment of the ppwew of darkness So Ions as be is President, ao long as we sue the pe.vil jn his. proper , shape and, form, we have nothing to fcan we hve only , to resist the fiend, and he will flee from us. , ..it is on ly when the, prince of the. inrernal Hgion laketl the shme of an angel el light that faith fularein danger-''.W must be, excused, there ore.' from, wishing , success" to ; ' (be A.iK..n l...r,An,-u'ir. I.iit tha Mlirth ctir.V to I s tepresootativea ( man,jand( not, change iron t in tne uour 01 i bhu., ,, ,( v, .. '.Death or Mas.' GiNB4L iWii,LtA II. Haruiso". This lady -departed.; this life evening be 'ore last, at the advanced age of ugnty eigne years ana seven months,, at tbe residence of her son, the Hon: J4 Scott Har nson; near North BendJ Tha funeral - will take place on - Sunday morning; Irom the re Widens ol her son-in law, Colonel Taylor, at Clets. - President Lord -Will rtta down a speeteJ train over the I.i St CMlaiiroad - on U..i4. MAnihri t n MtiiiD. lM.,Al..Xk..H ' its direetionVa'nd like Sinbad carrying the Old Man of-tho hea, they will be slaves ..to that demotion' till thev rid themselve-t of the burden and li't themselvee to; the light. If we hove not been aS much ideeeived, it is very evident that many of -our people aro laboring under erroneous impressions. Hence comes the -universal denunciation; the. as Butnptwn that every man in tae Souta is an enemv to he North; the affirmation ot the Wendell Phillipses that there is no loyal man in the 8911th who has not a black skin; and the resolu ion-and propositions of the harlf insane-Hadicals in Congress that the waf shonld be lor conquest, subversion of all former instil utioL, the subjugation or .the white rats, tbe raismt; to an eutialtty with ourselves African population; .the .abolition of- the States, and tha 'forcing upon a millbn swtre inileS of territory sad six .millions of people, -'he idx, oj-i- ions and modes of li'e that belong tb"Nw England, and which can be done lust aa easy, -and no mora ao, ai England en linplmt her civilisation and re- lteK n on Ireland - W'e give it as our opinion that we 1V under a delusion; and it the people of the South can ever sneak we shall find that we have been UKhtina a majority in many o those States, Who havo been overcome and held in tuhjoctibi and led to the battle fluid bythe- armed -traitors, while they desired nothing more than the perpetuation ol the Union and the -constitution their father gave . them. As long as this is in actual conflict of arms, ws must war upon -all engaged in ; it. We cannot inquire how they came to be in battle asainst the government? 1 bit we have the duty of dvstroying alt who are so arrayed, But victories over the rebels gain ed by the upaising ol Ihe Sou'hors people would ba-of much more value 61 restoring the Union than victories in-the ' field;, and they would obviate the necessity of more bloodshed. ' To this we hope to see it come at la-st a party in rebellion against the re bellion; and that we shall see, whenever tho the people there dare discuss the question. 1 he reason why there can ba no suipen sion of arms and.no consideration ' with the people of measures looking to reun-on and peace, is simply thM hat the Kadicals will no), permit it.' Jetr.. Davis ana nw ineocH are contending for independence; the r will not admit the idea of reunion. They would rather ten battles than hnve one' State like North Carolina hold a c-invention to consid et that subject ; for every word spoken would be more disastrous to ' them than a bullet froinariflo. They have staked all and will die rather than submit. So on our side we have a porty that are figuring (or emancipa tion., It is all they Care about. "-They hav no desire to see a restoration of the Govern, ment more than Jeff Davis has. They 1 do not hesitate to dec'are everywhere and in the most open thinner that liiey 'prefer die iinlori to the old UniortJ with"the i Cohatltu iion'ae it now 'is.'-' And'lhn-they term'lby ally,' and denounce restorationists as traitors: Strange enough they make a lait'ce part '' of the people believe that it is treason; and there are 'ew public' men in the country who dare to discuss fanner than tbe parties will permit them -the qqestien 6f restoring thr Union as it was estahtished by the fathers ol 1776, and understood by Jefferson, Madison, " Andre Jackstm and John tjuincy Adams. While, tberelore'.'the Jeff Dttvis party rules fh the Sou'h there can b no cessation of war, and while the ' Garrison and Phillips men conlrdl the papular Current of the North, there'ean be nothing but'such meas ures ia wi.l be' resisted at the South. so'long asa man be' had; sod " in the ' end, if they rule in that end, they will not restore the Union, but EiVo us 1 conquered country to be held as Russia holds Poland, and Austria holds Hungary;" . ''''- Yu!l:auaiKVai' fpayahs; ' - Roister XVorlfc. Lst Teat we Wtahei :if M a iir number, Marly twentt tUe1t of " Taftovtyfeme'f jW," Asj miiy (her -works of a elmlt thwr---.r.V TaU year wt ' are opr.ln? oa a hrjre soils, Wa have at the priatar V, rv wrk, - " titled "Specha Argnuntt. AllrMSM, (! Letters of Cleneat L. VallaaiigHvut" This book opens with Bioerepaiaal Sktoh, rx full and complste thin any hitherto aablisU.- 4. After which (0ll6w 8peUev.AtJrMrf es, and other doiumsntsj then a sopleMit, . eontaintnsc a large amiunt and variety olio terestln nuttery-Thei k-al very . feu, ' alphabetieal irrdet, ba which the readar eaa . Uurn to ari? stfstlou Tor putga 0' the book. The work is thue a nur and full exhibt- ' tion bf the" whsla' political hilitory of th'dts't tincuiiihed stateman (o whom it relates, aad will be found ready to meet his enemies ard assailants at any point 'where they may chose;to make their, attacks. :;! iwm.'tt i. : The book is made ia-th beet ftyle ef Workmanship", being done at ona of the oldest and boat houses ia Hewt York, and is in ev ry respect auch ,book as the numerous , Hands of Mr,, Yallaudigham would be de- " lighted te have r .-.v-v. ,- . t i The book will contain aboot SCO acUve pages, ornamented also-with a new and very-. fine- steal 1Cngravta . l1s9n.9as.. rrice t,wt ; spnt by mail or -express, pre-paid. . This i about the same rate at which book of this , tin and style were sold when tbe cost of, making tbera. wa very little more than half as much as it i now. Tbo larfre-iale which the book ie Sure to have, enables us te-pui tbe price at that -Heart, ... -,-;. , . ,?. Wo have also at the printers, and halt done hook antitttd SpMckt ' iht Tim" by. -C.- ii. ' Vtllan lighara, G-i-jrite E Puh Geori? II, Peadlstoo' B,:,T. Merrick, p. Yv , Voorhees, and 8. a; Uox. - .:, r .-: -' ThiJ book is of tbe same general style, and. about the same Sit as the former, perhaps t few more pages.. , i"nco tha same. . The speeches have ia every case- been, se lected by their authnMV Each sst is precsd-i ed by a brief 'biographical eke lob of Ihe au-- thors, givmg tbe, pnn'-ipal' points la -bis pa. , litical history; Written by ;the editor:, ihere are also three fine steel ea;raved likenessea ot- ValUndigham, Merrick and --Cox . Ibis bonk has a lull and well arrangsd index This Work is a most valuable, collection or Political Literature, betring directly up'n the great qusstioaa al issue, and will bet. needed by every one who desires to be fully informed on thi-questions that lie at tha heart of this li'e or death struggle of the ue, lien. ' -' ' ' ' " "'' ' ' ' ' Both the works abort named will be read lor deliie'ry in March, ' "VallanMgham'i Stcorti" has been enlarg. ed. and brought down tn the end of the year 1863. Price, elotfc $1,00. Paper, priee re. duced to 503. - ' ''" -- '- ' ' We have some other' works tn head, alto others preparing, sad can- always tupplr our customers, at publishers prio, with any Dem ocratic or Conservative works they may want. ' '''". t-'ri V - Toagints, a large diseount. : - " ; As a matter of convenient te eur caitom era, we have arranged to flit their orders al um'orm prices; either at New York, N07 IS1 City Hall Hquare, or at Coltimbus, O ii., or Chioago, Illinois" : Orders addressed to- us at either of those places will ba promptly attend ed to. ' ,-; '-. . ' : ' Thow of our editorial-frisnds -who Copy this notico and send a eopv o' the piper eoa tainitig it directed to box 6, S78 New Ybrk; will be nbersUy rewarded, ' - r 1: ' J. WALTKlt A CO. New York, February 6 1864,' - " 1 - GbiaT LtnicnALiTt.--The MethodKt eon -gregatibn of this place f in eon;r.tion . with, their Sabbath School, on Sunder Utt, raised, $250.00 far Missionary purpose. We an. derstand it goes to Rov. Thoburn, who re turns to India in a abort time. Si. t'tw'rs villt Guettt, Ftb, 25. - . - (rA leading .Ltncolnlte papar saye that , "even if the Administration has committed" some mistakes, it is useless to ery over spilt milk." , 'Yes," says Prentice, "but we can't help crying over needlessly spill blood." . Cud 1 iviioinviiie marKfti. ; :, jCawz, Ohio, March 2, 1861 , FLOUR Snowflxkev. ,t '.'til . i0,0tfi.r' XX Family buDerhne.. . WHEAT-Prime While .,.,.,, , , ao itea... Dat'..V;V.f;v'.iV.,:V. '"..' i 1 'Com , 'a . - Barley,, ''.".: ', y ' : 1 1 y-: m l-i i.JWWtW'V'". (.Invrt raped. .... cor'rfiE-java..;;...... - ' RiM'.tVt .'Hi i'.i ' r'-.-O'.'S'.ifiar .i.. MOLAfctiStrW . O Mjluaas, ,. .AI.T... ......... TOBACCO 5 and halt lbs. Lump sweet 6664 , 1 . . ' '' P-.nt.tionTwiat... -Gilt Com. 6 Twist,;... .. TEAS Young Hron,.(..-.... . oil; no Imperial,.. .. .. ,., Uun powder...,. , ' UUeii,.. ............... .0 ocv. 0,0001,30 o,oai.i- ' 4WSW - . 0I .O , , 0(7O 3 50 -'-9 00 - Oftaw , , 00Sm ,3,I S3 iO din "-, 00O6V l,15l,74- l.t-3l.7i stands as reported by the Committee. A Iter -Sunday morning, te convey,. Ireeol- qharee, lene debate, Mr, tlteveus moved a new tea-11 who desires to attend the MuDeral.'i, iilrs. tion providing for tbt erection of floating .Harrison will be boned by Ihe side oHbe dorks for Monitors at Ne Yeik and l'hil. ' Ei-rresHeat it Korth Beni E"q. VA, 27, ;fi The Reverse III FlorldHi Hkw Ybni, Febi 27, The lixpress says From an olHcer arrived m the Fulton, we derive 'some "further particulars ol the disas ter to our forces near Like City . '" Gen SeVmour, who commanded: the ex' pddition, had been placed "under arrest bv or ncr 01 uea. wutnore. "i succuasur w un, Vod ires, who lett hilton " Head luesday last with reinforcements for Jacksonville, connisting of an entire division. . ' ' Our in'ormatlon savs it was the opinion of officers who took part in tbe expedition. that our losses in killed, wounded and miss inn are between twelve hundrei and fifteen hundred, uen. oeyuiour is severely censur ed in not throwing out Scouts and skirmish ers be ore oor troops tdvancea. ' as it was Our troops were led into a 'ran. Hamilton's artillery led the van and Buffered Beverely. The rebel sharpshooters picked off their hor ses And the guns had to abandoned. The Fortieth Massachusetts mounted infantry have alsd euQered severiy. .'- -w ' ' Jn ihe retreat many of our wounded We're: loft behind within the enemy's lines'. ' Our troops were right in (ront ol the Confederate .batteries, in piece of woods, before we wee aware aware of their presence, and when their batteries opened a galling1 fire our men were driven back pan 10 striken in disorder. ' The rebel force is not known, but it is Supposed td have' been large. ' One of the yrisonoru captured stated ' that' troops 'bad recently bevn sent' dbwnu from Charleston, and General ' Bauregurd Was in command. .-; - -. 1 m ia'- - ':' "'' " PanSr' Money meetinar' art being held in San Francisco.' , The people kre terribly Jn ' algnant ai me iae 01 invrvuuinug xriwii- OacKS.' may are wining 10 euppurt tut Government, bat won't take Us money . ' -' ' OTht Tt'AicAourrWi says that, Sound divinity is better material tor Seft ; mdns than', the poof pblitics." ' Pit the Journal could not hripress some of our Di vines with (a wholesome a truth.; i (ttrBeechef saye "there U do hell Uke beinu alnid to speak oue's miod.i'y.Aiaa ! poor wretch your experience ia that matter is not jet uuiuvj, Peansylvanlft C'ctitrtal Slock Wr ; , ' ' Uet. ; " ! '"i '.'.'-. .East Liasair,, fob. 25,186. :' CiTTLt The market, since our last . has. been unusually active, and prices have mater ially advanced ' When prices reach the top 'hey are very apt to came dowo. In ,.r lork tbey reached the climax, on Tuesday, and received a tumble. , Speculators had either to bold on or submit to a decline ef one cent per, pound. Tha. prospect for ei lurLher decline in tbe ii3tern market is al most rjndered certaii. . In our own, market the advance exceeded over one per, cent, per pound. We note a sale of 50C head on govt erniLent account, delivered, ,i.l Baltiinore, at 7,73$7,95 per cent. Those purchasing for government will buy nothing but the best. The receipts' were not large; sales 41 head, extra, delivered; in Baltimore, 8,40 per oenL Subep The ofisrings were very light, and prices ruled high. ; The season seems to be over, aod-rates ranged from $6,80(7,75 y cwt. , '..., .,, '. '. 1 ' , Hoa8 The receipts and sales were large. There was, however, plenty of purchasers, and all good parcels ottered found ready buy era at the outside ra'es, There seamed te be a good deal of competition among dealers they were purchasers on Eastern account.. ,. New York Cattle Markc,!..,' !; . The pattlt market at Forty fourth, street on Monday was influenced , by. much tht same causes as in the : forenoon .market of last treek.-.The opening supply,; was mod eraioupwatd of 2, 700. head and .buytra took, hold with just' as muoh eagerness aa ever; but in many cases tbey paid a half cent per pound more on tbe tops, of droves than the corresponding ..qualities brought last week ;. And yet there was an . evident improvement io ibe average quality of the bulk of the receipts, , more weight, and a greater number on salt fur the day. At 10 o'clock nearly 3.400 bad been yarded since the 20th, ol which 3, Aw; cone in 10 ' aaoa day's sales, including about; 250 Harlem lo eal lost, fresh and siaie. ins supply wr in week, at Allerton's will exceed last week's total by prohibly ,400 head. '.The week' to tal supply, ineludiog the repotted salts from Rrnnn. will twobablkt' reach. 4.300.' . bead, Ubioh will be a fuU supply feritht butobtre. .The attendance a the yard yeeuraay vwat larger than-for severaL week's past, and ia eluded an increased' number: of owners. Sellers !, bad ;;tbt,; beat of tha market . on WtightM in'-prioe.'i bei;"! aui : "W .si Prices will range about as follows for . tbt day's sales.' Cote toon to fair steers and . tat ti.h nvn. from lOallo t and snod to ohoiot gteorti wiib larga ftttkl, 12(Jl8oi lb , oet weight.) , 'ihe aioooay tnittMt, nowevtr, weakoaad as. the afteroooa wore oiv, aud, 400 or 500 wore wifl bresk U down.