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r:'.ii' ' .. -UARY 12, 1H64. It aria. ht ,. ' if. ! Bak Dofulter, of aas been arrested in i supposed bis father ith the etolen money. r much like Jm Lans stA forcible renounce a. V .'.(.' I' ,.n i In : ! inv, m Senator from ara rapidly hasten- ii. ratio party were out -. si leaden of the lie- , Id be literally at war i ' tiey are men of vio 1 1)iy are preoiptating ul bloodshed . Jmith ii a member of " .. ucky, ami ia in great A olitionists. ' He talks l . following report will i! P id in the Cincinnati remarks he said, we e branch to the rebel dered to the South too I whip back lb Is winked ' i and exterminate the lie wu the enemy of d .South, who did dot .his country; and a for no tuch Vjin his [...]. l ,,t oV an ar- ' ; , ach it is i. 1 A man." -.1 ' us, x, and it ought e applied to any gen r intelligenre. It ia i shun a fine garment by small-pox pa- contaminated, if not It wan once a goixl gf among adjective;, iffiuolt to deteriorate. n with Iioo, the euu '. ikh, plausible villain ; - iation with Abraham -i- t r-igiiificaut of much Vi' ml of all that ia uau t Abb !" Iauo ia 1 1 Lethiiu drop the t lon and hold up society. Be simply nay, "honest honest Items. I'ewuem is again re dispatch of tba 7th threatening our com- e believed to have a jp the Newborn river, io be brought down, that the enemy in- he rebel Housa voteil id plantere from con viug tim per cent, ad supplies, and to con ween IS and 50, and work ' on fortifications, 0 .1 Id" fi ij t .1 jKt.wv staves to 1 The Treasury of Fayette county, Ohio, -was opened by false keys on Monday night, ud robbed of 94,743. The Fayette County Herald says that tba Treasurer had, fortunately, deposited (40,000, just before the robbery, in tba county bank. , Mr. Coixameb has introduced a bill in Congress - authorizing negroea to carry mails and testify in the United States Courts. t The House Special Committee has an elaborate bankrupt bill prepared, which it will Beck to introduce at the earliest occa sion. The bill differs somewhat from that of last session Rubber still invest Indianapolis,though it is said the police are occasionally mak ing arrest. . Governor Morton of Indiana is conva lea cent. Letting the Cat out of the Bag. We notice, in mo Republican papers. "all of a sudden," much talk about divi sions, and splits, and quarrel in the Dem ocratic party. We need not say that there has not beeu a time for years, when the Democracy were mora united and harnior niotie than !- rre now. The Republi- ., . id are sorry enough for ' i ' the "splits and dissen . , " .. ig themselves, and those v. ' i a; ;! . . . I with their tactics, noed i, . - ace that the devil is to p-.r .11 than to read in their ., Mi - i . x . .ii i trouble among the De . , i'j they were organizing ' -:. i. , . they industrionsly filled tin , . sheets with charges of tos among Democrat. . ' conclnde to stuff the . .. a port voters, or commit any otlir deed of it m . uir charge the particular design, whatever it tniy be, upon the Democratic party. The rule ia invariable, and funiialie an infal lible test. Hence wo know, when thoy apeak of dissanuonsV among the Democ racy, that H is limply the Hlai k Republi can way of tidi ng that their own thieving, lying, body-sratcbing party is torn by internal strife which threatens its speedy overthrow. - .,-., [Communicated.] UIRANA, O., January 30, 1864. Editors Km-irk: May we not, aa free men, enquire, 'Watchman, whatoflhe night?" when we take a view ot the acts of the party in power? Tky promised, with solemn pledg es, that the ear should be for the Constitution and the Unim; but who today is so blind aa not to seetbnt their claim was nothing but hypocrisy lud fraud, practiced upon the pro. pie for e purpose of raining an army to place atthewill and control of a deapol to destroy American liberty? Let e ask the bonut Republican if Mr Lincolt did not say that he bad no purpose directy or indirectly, to interfere with the in. stituUm of alavery in the States where it ex. isted and that he had no luwful right to do so? an if thia same doctrine wan uol sdvocnted Yj the supporter of Lincoln, both in Congress and ont of it? But what Ims been the result? Abolition reigned supreme, and like all their acts, promises are nothing with thorn, law nothing, Constitution nothing, Amerivnn lib erty nothing. Mr. Webster, who lived among them, and knew them well, has led upon re cord bis opinion of their fitness to rulo the Government. "If," saya be, "the infernal Abolitioniat ever get the power in their hands they will override the Constitution; set the Supreme Court at dofiuuee; cbauge and make lawi to suit themselves, lay violent bands ou those who differ with them .in their opiniona or dare question their inlallibility; and finally bankrupt the country and dcluio it with blood No prophecies have been more clearly ver ified. The President has issued his Emanci pation Proclamation and pledged the powers of the army and navy to execute his mandatci and to protect and aid tbe negroes in the main. teoance of their freedom, all in tbe face of his promises and declarations that he had no right to do so. Then t ask, where does be get bis authority? It is assumed, and nothing more; and thus this tyrant sets himself uU.vo the Constitution. UutKessenden, of Mu ne, said for the President, in 1862, that he was not sworn to obey the Constitution, but simp ly to protect and defend it. If this be true, it disposes of our constitutional Chief Mugis trate, sud gives us an absolute Sovereign in hit place. It ia fair to infer that the sums rule which is applied to the President is appli cable to all the other otlicera under the Gov ernment. Now the nsnal oath of otlice is to ntppori the Constitution, which doesnnt ap pear to differ greatly in meaning from an outh to protect aud defund. If, therefore, the fail ure of the promise to obey, or the promise to protect and dt'fnnd, lifts the President shorn the Constitution, does it mil do the same for Congressmen, Judges, Governors, Jurors, Sheriffs and Constublea? And with this sell elevated position, what a beautiful set we would have to rule over usl Hut we tuiiht carry ibis to the private eitieus, who, mil be ing sworn to protect and defend it, are in a belter position than Lincoln, leaving them to do as they please, thus making the Constitu tion worse than a farce. But this bus ever been the plea of tyrants and despots, and only shows to the honest, reflecting mind that they are the offspring of 1798. When the party, uuder the lead of the elder Adams, saw the terror of an alien aud sedition law threaten- ing the liberties of the citizen, the freedom of speech and of tbe press, our noble sires were awakened to the duty of freemen. Their voice was beard by tbe Democracy of th na tion, and the usurpers hnrled from power by an indignant and outraged people. So I be lieve the people of the present day will yes, are now taking counsel of that faithful and ever t be esteemed watchman on the walls of American liberty, C. L. Vai.i.andiiihik. Yea, tyrants, take waruingl the lion has awaked from bia sleep, shook his mane, and is now trying his nerves for tbe tierce aud terrible struggle between Libtriy and Derpoiiim For, mark you very violation of the Consti tution aud of tba rights of the citizen should and ahall be promptly punished. While it is the duty ot every citisen to ren der prompt obedience to all the lawful and constitutional demands of the National Gov ernment, it is their imperative duty and un. doubled right to see that their rights aud privileges are not invaded or destroyed by usurper and tyrants; and there is' no mista king these rights, for they are distinctly pro claimed in that sacred -charter which is the bond of our Union. '"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishing of religion, or prohibiting th free exercise thereof, or abridg ing tbe freedom of speech or tbe press, or tbe right of tbe people peaceably to assemble and petition the Government for a redress of grit vancea.". t'Tha rights of tbe people to be se. cure ia their persons, house, paper aud af fects against searches and seitnres, shall not be violated, and no warrant shall issue but upon probable oause, supported by oath or af firmation, and particularly describing tbe place to be searched and the person and I things to be seized.", "No persori ' shall be , held to answer a capital offense, or otherwise iofamout crime, nuless by a presentment or indictment o) tvQrand Jnr " " " uhioi me saiegnaras ot me con stitution thrown .around every citizen, arid which the President and every officer, State and Federal, has taken an oath before high Heaven to support, These tyrants and de pols, after tak.ng this solemn oatb, have searched the hnuaes, seized the paper and effects of the eiliiens; nay, more: peaceable and unoffending citizens of both sexes have been seized and dragged from their homes cast Into lonetomt prisons; some dragged be! for tribauals unknown to the eivil law, tried for offenses unknown to tbe penal code, and in opeu violation o. the Constitution, ihe only protection to American freemen. Yes, these tyrants have not only imprisoned but banish ed, for no crime (acknowledged by them- solves) the llon.'.C. L. Vallandigham; but mark well.VaUandighHm is nut banished from the affections of the people who love liberty, but lives to-day in thsir affections. Yes, for hi.uuswnrving fidelity to to the Constitution and Union of his fathers, his name will be engraven with letters of gold, and handed down ta posterity as the faithful, the noble and the true. Therefore lot the enemies of liberty take warning and remember, for the wrongs heaped upon ns we as fremen are de termined to save redressed, and wo will de- mnnd "measure for measure, heaped full and running over. f And in conclusion, let mo say to the lovers of the ( oiiHlitution and the Union not to ilea pair of the Itepublic of your fathers, but let us unite as one mnn for peace, and burl these usurpers from power, restore the Union and give peace to a distrncted country, Save our Unwtitution and prehervu our Kopublivnn form of government The Democracy sated the country in 17PM, aud under God's blessin, they will do it ariiin. W. A. PURTLEBAUGH. Lost. I ONT All itenoni art htiroby rant ion p. t HH)ti A mL'i.UfmiiK litj h uol.-1 (runt, i me, dutd K.hrit " 4, Uol, frir tf.nr huudr.-l wm twvnty-lwo dollur 'in. I u n friiixil Hi;, thirty .!)., ami pit v a DM at rirnt lVftttoiiAl KhuIi, t'lLM'iiiitiaWt Ui ihtt order iif'C niiKiralhl. URUI IIOlP UlU laftl Mil', 1111(1 all rr.01irl itru i-hi)!ioii( nut to pnrrtiiiHtj or rtt-eivf th smne. , , ,'t , . Ja.H A. MINJCK. Mr .JOHN A. MtMCK- Th not l'liue to nhoY ik-vm-rHw htM inn by iiiAil or othorwin. ni.ti n do Im.i-r viiiiti am hjhhisi you on my ut i-ouni. . ' U. W. ROWLAND. Cincuinnii, Ki'hruary h lKMOlidtf Co=partnership. C'O-rAKTNKltHHIP. rilH K li),lerMiun(l havs tbm Unv formed a eo-prt-I nerH,i uucler Hi mime nli'l firm of BKKKNK a .. XilN, r Ilia iurfee i IraliiarbllK a Wliiileimie urn! KelHil f'luthinff aihl Men-limit Tnilorinx buiiiittM, lit ih iil.l Maml of W. u. Brene, Mem alrret, i,i lle IheCnnn tl"U, uhere Ihey oulr In i.lnaned iu ee ihu uil I'rienilN ol tlt honse, auU as uuu.y na ouen n inu tHVor Ilium Willi a esll. Wily I.I AM II. tUIKKNst, ANliUKW l!. NIXOIH. oston. r.-l.nmrv I . Ihh4 -r.'l M:iawT Pawnbroker's Sale. PAWNOR 6 KE R'S SALE AT NO. aJtiTIIIRH HTIIKKT, UNHKK TUB PHIIs LU4 ilOUHK, NFXT BOOH TO . r UjllltVlltlL'BU- - rpUK a(ltnliuB o.' th afoinniunilv is lierphy mvitd I to ltil utraj AIiduiI SaI. of GOLD AND MII.VKK U ATCHW tu grettt VHricty, ntHity ol thi'iu ittMnU riiU will rn v,i,rrM)il-vi flrKl-flMN tiiortnri.fM; ( Hold t-Mi huu r ou i;imint, tMHimul Km hi id Hrtitfiinr., hmfrrfttt, iVwHry ni I'iMaih, hii many caaUu (do DUineruiitf u nit'irtuiri. Ht.lo i-iiartiaftaaiiATi;HbAT MtRJ5INU, FKB lii'A 11 V ImH. Huuratof plt-,.; Sinm A . M ., Imlt mt two P.M., uilil itfTt-u ii ot'li in thtt f-vciiikiu, Hale ti KNKY RI.IMB. J. K. ClIUIHTDCIIIrR, A Ut" trtflffT. ffll4J Pawnbroker's Sale. City Notices. j NOTIt'K TO Al,l7 HHtlVlTMAY sO.rKR" NUI ICK mliereliyitiveD UiAlllvraare now uenJifiK Iwlole the I lly Conn il ul Ihe eily or liaju.n, Ilia lullwwiUMiti1iatiieih.wili: . . . T nrt, m l, iiirb an J nutter xyrauinre street Uxlween (!uliuril alreet hiiU (lie V eNlrn lave. To grade, vravel. luirli aud nutlar Ptiililtw striwt be tween Htw'tilld anj Thinl air. eta. - 111 piirHiiaiti-a u, Ihe lawKAidOnliiiAui'ea wi.ietwice rea.l, laid un lite tttlile.'and the cllerk inktrtli'tiMt loaive four weeks' notice of the oeudanry til the same The law renturea all i laiuis lor dw,aa;aa Ihul may at'i-rite Ironi said iniorovotiMiriU u, ha i.Im.1 in uu...:. with t. e l ilv Uerl. selling lorlli Ihe aniouuluf dam. tinea eiuiman.wliiiia lu weeka kllur Uia ejipiralion ol the liineriinrtMl lor ttie iiit,lii-iillcn of tii-httotiea. w hen tha aallte-wlll lie taken up lor linal a-tiou f. n.Hai AWHONV HI liPH K NH, Pity oierav Pawnbroker's Sale. City Notices. Wanted. WAajTKll-lMMRIHATKI.Y-A larra hand wboManitemtaiidi. general larnmu. also, tha culture el tuhargn, can hare a ino!inl itnation at suo.1 K. by uuplyiliK at lliia odlc o. felklawllu CAUKaAUE "WOOD - WOKKN W A. IT T w. w EDI ' PHILLIP, ' Vourth atreat. Apply to le.'idlw Dissolution. , . DISSOLUTION."' ' rnltK M-iatrtliitralttB Welofore rtinkaf Miller I. Chaicti, in the Men-haul Tailoring bn.iiiaha, was dissolved ny nitllilat eoneitt ou lite lira! day keb riiiry, ttuitaut. The laioka are in Ihe handaot Henry Miller, who will continue the hua uesa at U,e old auuid Htmtoti lllllldiUK, oornerl'Uird mi Jelleraoa flela Tlioae who Uavevlaiina axaiuat Ihe linn will j,r, sent Uiam (or I'ayaianl, and Uianc who are tadobuwl io lha linn are eiieitl. ,l It, t all and a..tlla then ai-rouula fc-a.l'ivr J. s. uiukoli. Upholstery. C'HAHI.sls UAICIIKM, GEXEUAL ' BPH0LSTEKER. OUIO BLOC'K, TH IKT HTRRRT(MR. RITTBLL'I www orapi'l VII IUP, UUIU, 1,U ktnditaf ITpho J Sluola, Mt.tra.noa, and rttUiil, window mirt hh ktnjf IT)holiitrn.t.iiii.-h aa Kofan, OliairH, .(.., inn loonifr, liar pta cut iiuunt atmxRH.t all kinda o4 r- paimtK ilona c wtw-korti atttiueauii mot ruunna. blv triua. RtjarMs Mayor CTnata and Btutiaf , Parkar A For Sale. A Country Kesidfiue for Sale. ADKH1KAHI.B country maiUeu, wtih rtiWo atria of ood land, lyinif on mile worth of Day ton, on tlta old 1'roy mud, ia olkirfti aft privata aala. 1 hrs ta a iHrtre aud pomfurtaUa fntma houaa, au. good outtMtittiiuK! on lha laud; an ortdiard of nua XrntU-d KiM-lf. tHr tuiti .rwh lrei.N; a trKa aiior. mnt of utrawborry viun, of the Wtliaoa, SfwAltamuy sums s iwiiim sraiiKiii-ai, bsiisaj, aaiawii. wra M yoUUW etitmnt liUHhea. Air wine utiiitoaaa. Aa uttrMnai ii.. mug to tirthaiia ara rniiaild toualf and atatiitna me proiieny i r uiinKivii.aa tha ropriUr ia tioo Udt'Ot tltut it will tsfar iiiftiiM'ttop. Al)o, tfa and a hair tcrvm ul tinibarwd land, four i uitiM ioni oi tvmnvm, wxu ua oms t roy f oao. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVIIITH CONGRESS. Washiniitok, February 1 1. 8inati The Committeo called up the bill amendatory to an act to provide fur Circuit Coart for Cali fornia and Oregon. After amendments it was adopted. A bill to ascertain losses of loyal States during the war was referred to the Committee on claims. The bill reviving the grad of Lieutenant General was oalled up bj Mr. Wilson, from the Military ComnntUe, with the amendments adopted bf the Military Com mittee. These amendments strike out the clause authorizing the Lieutenant General to command the armies of the United States ; also the clause recommending General Grant tor that position. A long debate ensued . ' " Mr. Conn ess proposed to amend the bill so tnat liientenanttreneral ahall be Commander- in-Chief of the armies under the direction of tha President, and shall retain chief com' mand daring the pleasure of the 1'reeideat, Without coming to a tote the Senate adjourn etl. The House went into Committee of the Whole on tbe enrollment bill. The amend ment to draft persons of African descent to conrtitut part of the national forces, was dis cussed, involving the ttiestion of compensa tion io loyal owners. Mr. Cox favored peace positions, and be lieved if Wood were sent on a mission to Rich mond, peace would be restored in sixlr days. Mr. Smith of Ky , said he was (he last man to treat with the rebels who must lay down their arms and yield to the Government un conditionally. . An amendment by Mr. Davis was agreed to providing fur the appointment of a com missioner io each slave state represented in Convress. A just compensation, not exceed inp three hundred dolUrs to each loyal owner of any slave who volunteers, payable out of any compensation aiont y when tho. master trees the slave., , . . Mr. iialdwin moved to substitute the words 'portions to such tbe colored volunteer owes service-," lor tbe "owner of any slaves.". Apreed. M. ' offered a proviso, that this sec tion shall not apply to any Congres:onal Dis- rrict, it I he representative ot the same shall expressly ask that the slaves of his district be exempted from the draft, letting it fall more heavily on wbito men. Disagreed to. Mr. Webster ottered an amendment thnl Ihe bounty of 100 'dollars now payable for each dratted man1 shall be paid to the person to whom which drafted person owes service. Apreel to, , , . , k Ih'bate continued at treat lenirtli. finally Steven's amendment aa amended by Davis and Webster was apreed In.- Various propositions were disposed of, Oomnifttea rose and renir- tod the amendments to tho House ' l Mr Schenck offered a substitute which in cludes tha above amendments, Ordered to be printed together with tlis bill as amended. Adjourned. i Foreign News. February 1 1 China. from Liverpool 30th, and Queenstown 31st, das arrived. The following is the City of Washington's news, Liverpool 28th, Queens town 2i)th, just arrived : . i.ltricw JaHuam 28.- Tbe Daniah auea- (ion continues threatening. Kngland backs her remoastranc with warlike prsparatinns, lind is reported that 20,000 to 30.1100 troons ro to be placed oil a war fooling. Tim Aus- Irorrussian vanguard is ordered to march Jrom Kid toward the Kider. Tha pirate Alubani was at Siueanore De- einber 22d, coaling. iieneral Uers lias issued an ordur that Po land shall in future ha governed by martial law. The Danish uuesliou is uiichauaretl. ' It is aseerlaiiied lluit the British Government sent three uotes to Vienna aud liurlin, and that France is with Kngland. The Danish Minis ter nns leli Vienna.- "" "' . The London Mornina Iltrald believes tha English Cubiuet has sent dispatches to Vienna and Berlin la notification all the . hostile itli tudn which they would ha compelled to as sume if Schleawig is invaded. A Vienna letter ot January 23d, savs the acceptance of the Crown of Mexico by Mux- iiuiiiiaii ia nuw an unavoiuame laci. Mis lm- ferial Highness will return to morrow to treat to make final preparations for the jour- Lundun January 30 Tha Damah (meat. Ion remains without change. , Tliere is Jess approhensiou of war, although the Prussian troops continue to advance ; and their com mander has demanded tbe evacuation . of Schleswig by the Daniah. ' f ranee and Knssia have come to : thn can. elusion to agree with England, but will leave aetive interference to England. !.. Jt is reported that Austria and l'rusaia as- surred England and tranoe tba- thev do not intend to attack the integrity of Denmark, but force Denmark to carry out . her engage ments. ' : r An alliance ia concluded between Denmark and Sweeden, English journals ar more hopeful of peace. ,lh Murwng 'o believes that Russia, France and Sweden have signified their will ingness to join England, jij recognizing tbe in tegrity of Denmark. , Th French Cb.mljer. of Deputies denounce the address. The opposition members strongly advocated a repulse of diplomatic relations with Russia. All amendments went rejected The measure was finally adopted 134 U) 12. 1 Singapore January i Tha Alabama ie-ft her oa lha 25 lis alt., and afterwards, in 'the Straits ' of Malacca, burned tha UritUh ship Mailable, from Moodmein, and the American ships Sonora and Highlander. Speculative. TIai.timokk, February 1 1 .Th Montgome ry Alabama Mail say that "rumors of inovemeoieiueut on Hichiuoad are gaiuiug credit" There is a movement oa foot which will create mora consternation at Richmond than anything that has occurred during tha war ' ' Mr. Sharer, correspondent of lb New York BVMhas been expelled from General But ler's Department on charge' publishing con trabahd Information. He aaya he didn't. ' ' ' The rebel iron-clad at Kingston, in tha Neuas river, sum thirty mil abov IfiowU-rn i uinsidvr il very formidable aUair. U is ra portaai that th t about ready to wit ia son. cert with th moving force which threatens rga rebel fore will sol b idle. Everything indicates, on the part of e enemy, along siege against Newborn and ashington. J he presence of a strong fleet gunboats in these waters is an imperative necessity, in vriimmgion Journal says that a powerful effort will doubtless be made to drive the snemy out of Eaat North Caroli na, abould our army fail in thia effort the State will be lost to th Confederates. Thn oppo sition papers aro still outspoken in their sentiments. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. Important News—Rebel War Steamers in Chinese Waters—A Probability that San Francisco will be Attacked and Seaman Burned—British Seaman an Oath of Naturalization to the Confederacy. . Nsw Touk, Feb. li.-VTb IVi6ime says. A letter from oar London correspondent con tains some precise information on a point of importance, which has aa yet attracted little attention. The new in a nutshell is, that at this moment there is a fleet of six rebel war steamers in Chinese waters. ! The vesae's wera fitted out in Kngland Buorwooa usoorn, an bngiith naval Captain, and the crew, were recruited among the offi cers and men of her Brittanic Maiestv's Na vy. They were under contract to the Chinese Government, but when they reached China a disagreement arose between Oshorn and the Chinese authorities, and the vessel were not delivered, but thrown on the market and sold at auction Osborn, officers, crows, gutis.and all, to Jefferson Davis. - ' - It.is not unnaturally Intimated that Osborn bad soma slight expectation of reaching ibis result when he It-It Kngland. Money for the purpose is said to huve been provided in part by the sale of Ihe rebel ram in lh Clyde. . There arc now but few American ships in me r.nsi intiian waters, nmi it is thought pre bable that this fleet, in company with tha oth er rebel pirates, may be destined to attack sun rrancisco. In order to show their reared for British neutrality, thn Hritish crews take an oath of imiurnlizution as citizens of tho Confederacy, when the If air chanirea If that-nr..,. un Francisco happens to be burned and pltinder- eu, uoun nun wasnos ins nanus ol all respon- sioiuiy. ' ....... . .. i Preachers want the Constitution Amended in Favor of Christianity and Freedom —The President will give it Serious Consideration. Waruimoton, February IL A special to the Tribune any the K-v. 8. O. Winter, of Philadelphia; Rev. Dr. Sloan, of New York, and Win. Iirowti, of Philadelphia, committee oi tne itelormea 1 restiyterian nyuod, had an interview with thn Preaideut on the subject ol amending tbe Constitution In favor of chris tionity aud freedom. 1 hey wera introduced by ifudge Bingham, of Ohio, and presented their memorial. The President replied to the delegation that he would tnke the matter into serious consideration, and give it such atten tion as his duty to our Maker and ennntrv ovumru tu ueiuunu. i ,i - i ...... . ' The Senate with the President in regard to the of Major and Brigadier Generals. Wabiumtoi, February 1 L A speoial to the Jimrtsays tne vast Dalcn ot lioininate.l Uric adier and Major Generals sout hv the Presi dent to the Seuate yesterday, were returned to the f resident to day by the Military Commit we, witn tne statement tnat mere were no Vftcancios whatever for now Maior and Brita- aier uenerais, anu in air apprantment were therefore illegal Ihe Senate Military Com- nitiieenru iiiiununous 111 tne uetermiution not to report- General Schofield s name to 'the Senate for confirmation. ' Arrival of General Wister and Command —Court House at Mobile Burned. ! Fortkf.ss Moskok, FehroarT 10 General n islnr atid his rnniiniintl arrived aofely at Yorktown this mi, ruing. . j i.aio reoei pitpers say the C ourt liouss at Mobile wits burned on Saturday. - Rebel Pickets Getting Dangerous. Army ok Potomac, February 11 A Bircinl to the Herald says sine .the Into movement, ewer ueserters couio in than nrevtuiislv, Gn some parts of tha line tlio rebel pickets shoot our cavalry viuettes. Encounters Between Southern Citizens and Soldiers in the Enforcement of their Conscription Law. ' Ht:iitiUARTERs Wkst V.t February 10 Lotlurs from persons within the rebel lines contain rnnch curious and interesting inform ation in relation to the serious dilliuctiea re sulting from the enforcemont of the rebl con scription law. These letters tell of daily en counters between citizens and soldiers. Some of tbe letters refer to cases where the encoun ter have been attended wiU loss of lita.i , The North Carolina Progress takes Ground against the Confederate Enrollment Act, and a Conflict must Ensue when it is Attempted to be Enforced. nw York, February 12. The Ualeipb, N. C. l'rogreet oontain a strong article against the new confederate enrollment act and says if Congress is bent on fastening military despotism on the people tbey mutt submit quietly or resist the tyranny. . If they pass the tyrannical bill reported by the milita ry committee the collision so long talked of between North Carolina aud the Confederate States Is upon n. XXXVIIITH CONGRESS. Washixuton, February. 12. Hotrsa Th House was engaged in the consideration of private bills. . . i Skatk On oiotlqn of Mr. Lane, of India na, Ihe Co in junta on Judiciary was instruct' d to enquire into tha expeoiency of amend ing tbe present law ragulalitig tu Supreme Court so a to confine its deciasions to matter of law alone. , The Senate then took up the House defi ciency bil) as reported by the Sennte Finance Committee. Dayton Market. DAYTON, February 12. HARSnMAN'8 ri.OUK Ited wheat, wholeaule 6 00, retail 6 6(1., WHKAT 1 15(i,l 1H. CORN 80(85. , )AT-&. . . . UYE I 10C51 15 : BAULKY ! 45 - COFFEK 343t' - ; . HUGAB 14utlt. ... .i " -. . ' WHISKY HO. ' "chkkse. uoTtHi:. , : ,'. DHIKO PKACHES 121Q.- ' ' ' PRIED API'UiS-SrtilO. . , :.. . ; BKANS Per bushel 4 608 00."-' ""-a EGG3-2530 per do.. . . 4) Ot ii HAY Timothy fflPfJO per ton. ' TKAS-IjM OOwl fill. -....ii!' I'.K'I'-Mf,yu per lb. ,B,.c i ii ..4 BUTTEIr-2530. New York Market. New Yore, Feb.l 2., Cot loo qnict at 81); Flour heavy and drooping; tj 7:'i(?)6 V! for' xtr State; 7 2fiT 46 Bound Hoop. Wheat slightly favors buyers; 1.67(Vf ,C1 ' ' Chicsgo Spring, l.ftHfoiCt Milwaukee Club; l,7(V l,70 Winter Bed. Corn dull and unsettled 1,32 for store Gate quial and farm, blHjui. . . .. Pork firmer. Cut Meals firm. Lard a shad firmer, 13I3. ? ': ; , V Whisky firmer, 8,0Kr). ' Petroleum- steady; 30331 Crude, 47i Bond, 0:i()5C Free. ' ' - Ns Yoas, i February IL-eStockt irrg closing firmer. Mouey 7. Sterling quiet 74J. Gold 5!). 5-20 Coupons 100, 5's 'ti5 Com tons 3C, 1 yr. C. 8, N. Y. Cen. 32; Erie 121 C. a & Q. 28 i. . f .i Skirts. LOOK OUT FOR THE OIANT SKELETON. The iiliUeraiKtied hat Filalil.ued HOOP SKIRT FACT0EY AT llfT. HKWJNII HT., BIT. If AIM AND IIIHMIW. W pay partianlar-aiMiiUoa to the quality, of our materia) and Hue only Ilia tet KiiKlisti Sleel oli r. ,niral Ihe tkirta which vi as l,.ilhui! ertit WMm-Otrr retail deportmniit it in eliarua ofeemuelent ' laities. (!orael. and Snral Bu.ll... eoiialanlly ou -... A WAI.liMAN. nuiuwiiuteanieiyau rcutfl at Mo. ttl o,a,ud alr.M-t. lasdly ' '' lam iT M itW at n. as Wf'f-o arji-SS as) ' "'' -.-. . -faTru;a,K3'a ..,.. .. S ! W. w.'iK'J.Jf M ii " "iiu-m ' tS-S i A IJ l.t il 7"" ftiaaJiasii'r!Tr O 1 . , ) Trunks, &c. sew TU15R ;masiifactry. a. H. u WK, KO. W. TIIIRn STRKWrriATtON; riHIO, (INK HOOK WK3T or 1.AHOWS MAHbLat YARD. WK would most respeaiuillv ioform lb oiWaans'l Of iMvlnii and lha vihMiJ in .......i .. ff have opened a Trunk niauuiaelery, whrre we will keppin hand all kinds of Trunk.. Values, t.artiel and Tntrelme llairt. allnl whi.-h ae in -.ii .i..i J sale or retail as cheap aaanv tintt.e in th. e, tv I rariieularattiution paid Io rriairtig old Tiuuka1. A Sharon! j-aliunaa-e i-ola-ile . , . , , , , N..-v, aulMi, l.e twa r.i.,L,.. i . ...... f. .. .L i Oily which a e will aril i-hai. n-f.lu Notices. HlMiOIAL NOTlOl'i..;1,'",'. A l.l, pi-rtoDH ara kerel.y nnlitti'd not In r harl my aoo, (jauia-e O. alaxwell. aa I ail Ii pay no debla of Ilia eontructuiu allur tin. di Layto... taauary tal -jtime f. i. S'it PORK PA OKI N C 8TKPH14N8 ft TUHNKU. OJRNKR OF MAIN AO BRUKN hTS.,'llAYTllM. TH & l,i'xh;t price dj be pat-l t U,'l .tsuuB..tf fur jjond hogs. eparai riba, laudaT loiti Blg'aeat r. . always an ' '.I.IJ-1II Notices. Medical. Dr. STmCKLANl K- HIELLIFIXOIS COICH BALSA3I CURES Ctugh; Cold,fora Throat, Aathmft aih! . (Utniiuuit i on. U im only ntwunmry for my ou trgutted with then lornplufnt (o try ouMolltiof J' Strtoklnnd't Molllflnous rough BnlHtim ' To convince ihetn V-ni it i th ltt pr?pii(if.ii ?er nl. It not in Sf vnnm Ihe hit atftii-iHtiiM ul tit lb rout aiwl Uluutt, ut il ettrwrt Nivlii MnU abti i Spilliiiir of 11 1 out u( PI) nU i d txr?l.n( gnrftlf (or any at mil or Hon ti roai. it i iiieaMiit to laka. ami a afo iuedoiit roriiiianln. Trirp Hllvt'enU iwr iaolila. tor ) l.y i. ji, Cariiell, 3. T).M utroM. Abta Xaller. Vi Maio aU-fdtt,iU UruNMiaitt. gtiuaiailjr, ' W.Jiaim. iZlr- ...... j Millinery. TO MILLIXEKS & MERCIIAMS V natvou fO., aa as pkarl bt.. vuoLaatLa Hllllaara- Qaadi Caoaas asb Bhawla. I ( I V J I ii- ii- ,-1 Caacustri, tilt, 1S03., . , Wl ara now prepared to oBwr foi ygurluap clion, a lara aud eleaaat atoeS of Udiea. auaaoa. anj eliihlrev'a atraw. air, plush aud fall , HATS AND DOrUJETS. BIBB0NS, riOWKKfl, mtllKKB, Lace8,llf asl Cresses Beltings & ItuSuuujy avery daaettr,Uou - - B M 11 I "KB X r f3On8. uorau-aiai't lur mauulacliwaiuj 7 - - Cloak8,Sacques,Mantilasr From all tha new atl.ni-a, aroaiieh that wonan supalyt tlmw lower Uia yoa uaa ajol attain olaowbaro. . Our aloek of , fa r, . S II awl h: Onnipriaaal Mia noveltlaa In hotn foreatiand dnmaa-' tia. ..1 I i, , . .... ,i ,. , ... , f our tuyor lanna eonaianuy It Mw York, wa will let- all Goods to our flue at luwoal market price lor' MI. "A rail, lrora pumhaaaia oUawaora. IU rastill in' yttur auvaiilaKe." , , ntapeouuny,, :,. . pp.vot! oo.; '- aeiT aatn.l 1 PaaH slwl, (anelnnsll. ' Millinery. Dyeing House. DYE I N Q H O U 8 NO. HU, HT. (lLAiH, HUT. FOUKTU a riKTU, ' " ' lVfM- f kr4w.l t" t I1HK unilfiral'Ka .u .r , kit,r , . h KiMirn i)laf-i, a i f. i.' - . ... . , iV, .., ': t, Hilksj, HNinisi, Hi . .i l . , ... , nlArt(iat mm . iiraas aadstwu I . .a . . . ( .1. 1.1 Ha Wrtrraala Ut nul tl , , ,. aNllniaaaTUuBt hUVHa t.r , ' wutttia U,i a t . ul