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VOLUME VII. JVO. -30.
Business Directory. ," ;S SAGINAW SAGINAW VALLEY BANK OLISS Knnkcrs FAY & Co., and Brokers, tnj and sell Exchanges, Bank Notes, Gold and Silver, Canada Currency. Glre rrompt attention to Collections and Ccn rai Habiting JJusibms. . Orricie : on Wator Street, Buena Vista Dloolc i-asi ag1naw, Mien. wm. L. wr rtnr.a. tRrivo u. mint - WEBBER & SMITH, Attorney, Counselor! and Solicitors. Office, No's ot D, l rouse mom. - - T. E. DOUQUTY, , .. " T-wlry. Hooks. Stationery. eu 1 apcr, 4o , 4c. Irring L'lock, Ucnesc Fireet. EAST SAOIWAW rOUNDEHY, T lire,. ward, liiwit 8agin-.i All kinds of easting ia bras and iron, and repair ing and Citing of machinery of atl descrip tions, done promptly and reliably at tbe above Hiiuuiiim, ,'GUORfJE W. MERRILL, Proprietor. ilORLEY BBOTIIERS, -bsalerf In Hardware) Iron, Nails, Agricultural Implements, Ao. CIIAUNCEY II. OAQE. Attorney Counselor und Solicitor. OfBce in Exhiingo BlocK FRIZELLE BROTHERS, 'Wholesale and Retail Druggists and Chemists, -have full assortment of Drue; Medicines. Paints, Oils, Liquors, Dye Stuffs, etc Uess mioek. "Wholesale and Retail duulcr in Kiiirliah and Amer Jean Hardware, Cuitery, Iron, Agricultural luipiemonts, Stoves, Coj-jier, Tin ami Sheet Iron Ware, Ac. Brick Block, Nortii Water street ... O. K. ROBINSON. attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will (Ire lrumpt nuonuon to collections. Taxes paid for uon resident., and allbiiKiness connected wild a L in I Agency promptly attended to. . . LIVERY STABLE. A. W, Gates Rubles, comer Washington and Tusraola streets, are fully stocked with Horses, Carriagos, and everything required u luvuui. icrmi reasonable. - IL MARKS, Dealer In Lats, Caps. Furs and Skins, Ready Mai Clothing, U loves, Ao. Or-iK.site Ban- eroft House. SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO., Uoa.eri in llariwarv, Iron, Niiils UUt, Paints Oils, ete. Bucna Victn Block.' ' WILLIAM Q. DIETZ, iJuilder and Superintendent of lluildiiigs, Trntik lin street, between Genesee nn l Uei-mun. GEORGE C. SANBORN, r,er In Urocerie, Provisions, I'liniily Sup. plies, Country Tro luce, ete. Corner Store, Jfxchanwe Llotk. FRED A. KCEIILER. BlaeVsmith, and general operator in iron and " JOSEPH BURGER, Iaufaeturerof and dealers In Hoots, Shoes, Lsath'sr, Findings, Ao , Ac. 2d door oast of Krerett lloueo. VM. IL SOUT1IWICK. tjfliied Staff Aitistant Aesor. WOiAs,4W,lll,U:,n A!,"U8BKLLA COCHTIM v05iet Jwt SS'nw, Allurdt A Co.'s Tolac- ,o Store. .'. DR. nOSS. CEee ia Hess lUck, terner cf Geneva and Washiarten itreeU. Hem l-nce Corner of Jt-f-fersoa aad ThoiniiS.Mi Streets, Lost fcaginaw. l'BAUK G. WILKIN, Merchant Tailor, and deaJer in Clothe, Cloth ing, and Uentlemeu'a FurnUhtng Goods 3d store from eorner. Exchange Block, A. B. SPINNEY. Hosaoeopnthie Physician and Surgeon. Office ' orer Luster's store, National Bock, corner ot Genesee and Casa streets. East Fngiiw, Mich. Office hours, 8 to 10 A. M. and 7 to 6 P. M. Besldonoe. corner of Cherry and Webster Ms. II. t? vnnnTOR. - - T)ealr te Fine Watches end Jewelry, Silrer and Tlated Ware. Agent for Burt's Ground Peb ble and PcriscM'io masses, opposite uum-rvii. House. Last Ssginuw. II. O. BILSBEE, cri,.u..t..nl1 r.tuil dealer in and manmaciu ml Pnrniture of all kinds. Bales Booms Commercial Block. nT TSQ t a Nina . P.O.. n..i.tn Dr Goods. Groceries, ProrlslonJ Boots i Shoes, etc. Commercial Block. "Poalersin Oricerles, i,rerUoni.I.r"tB' bias Produce, lamHy Supplied, - fetom. Woodeu Ware. Crookery, Glass, Paints, OjIs, Carbon Oil, Flour, Fl, tUi, Comuroioi Block. - E. J. MER8HON. ' JTlll attend promptly to the Purchase. Inspect ing and Shipment of Lumber from an J poi on Saginaw riveij Postoflioe addrrss EAST SAGINAW. MOREr BROTHERS. Pealerg in Produce, tJrocenos, I'rovuaons, Flour, feed, Stone and Wooden Ware, Confectionery, Ae , Grant Block, Washington Street.' O. II. & J. B, CROUBE, . JTholesale and Ketail Dealers in Pry Goods, Gro ceries, Provisions, Crockery, Hats, Caps, B00U and Shod, Yankee Notions, eto. Crouse Block, East Store. L'at Saginaw. Attorney and Counsellor'af Caw, No 2, Ilesa Bluek, .. EAST AGINAW. iP. 0. Addross, Saginaw City :JiUTHER B ECKWIT II 4 J A8. B. COOK. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solictors in Chancery, Office orer Wilkins A Co.'a Ptore, Water Street, BAY CITY, MICH. A. n. MERSHON, t Manufacturer of pump logs, faucets, Ae. Bait Blocks furnished to any eitent desired, on fair terms. Office at New Planing Mill, Wa ter street, . P. W. CARLISLE A CO.t vr....M ivu..nli ami lletail dealers in II Kies, Leather and Findings, oorner Water end Tus-1- eiru Knot Knirlnaw. Michigan. Cash for Hides and Pelts REAL ESTATE OFFICE, WILLIAM N. LITTLE, : Exchange Block, East Saginaw, Michigan, eorner Genesee end Water Streets. - OEOROD MORRIS. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. ,aii an Williams Street. West of Otant Blu:k. TJm f..r builJinge and Joiner work of all kinds, furnished. . -r , SHAW, BULLABD A CO. WHOLE8ALE GROCERS, Burt Block, Water Street, East Saginaw. A very large stock of everything in the line. OILLETT GAMBLE, Attorneys A Counsellors at Law Office, Front Room, First Floor, orerC. K. Rob- W. M. MILLER. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Proo lor io Admiralty. BAUINAW CITY. A. B. QAYLORD, Attorney ana Counsellor at Law. Solicitor in Chancer, Ao SA'JINAW CITY. GOODING & HAWKINS, FORWARDING, COMMISSION, AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS. East Saginaw, - - Michigan. D. w. GOODINO. W. HAWKINS S. W. YAWKEY, Commission Agents and Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Lath, &c Corner Office, Second Floor, Buena Vista Block EAST SAOINAW, MICII Order filled promptly and at Market Rules -J Insurance Agenoy. JEtna Insurance Co. of Hartford. Fire and Inland. Assets, $2,500,000 kurity tire, n. Assets, 000,000 uome ins. co. or New Haven. Conn. Asseta, 250.000 Conu. Mutual Life Ine. Co. Aa'ts 5,000,000 JOHN J. WHEELER, Agent For above Comnaoios. Exchanira I! WW f mmt onginnw, iuitingun. z09y THIRD WARD y 1ST. SCHMELCER aOONTINUES IN THE GROCERY l,.in. KJ in which be endenvors tn ket-p nie with the growing demands of tbe localitr. at tbe old stand near Alwafer Mill, 3d Ward, where he bns gen eral aKSrtniiit if (1 metrics, Provisions, Wooden oure, vegetables, lruit, llutier, Eggs, Lard, FAMILY SUPPLIES. &.C., For sale cheap. Patronage Is solicited. Terms N. SCHMELrER, Last Sngsnaw, Nov. 4, 18GB. 327-t p JFIKST CLASS RESTAURANT ALE HOUSE, AND MARKET FOR . CAME AISD FISH. JOPInT McKAY, it iisiiiiiCloii Stru t, 9ontli Uaurrort Iloaso, or EAST SA'HXAW, MICH. The only reliat.la M.irket in the city for tbe tcst quality of Lake and Kirer run, ana all kinds of Game in .ceoson. Oysters ! For Salo Ly the Keg or Can- CHANGE! Removed to EVerett Block. OUR rXW AND ELEGANT STOCK OF . DRY GOODS, CARPETS, PRESS. GOODS, LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS . : SUES, ETC. The choicest assortment erer offered in ibis ' market IS TUF.KE, , . STEVENS, POOL & CO, Eat6Ittw, Fobruar, 18G0 OVJEL STORE EVcrctt Block, C3cncc Street FIVE D00B8 SOCTn OF THE CORXEH. IS FULL OF CHOICE GOODS. We offer espeelal inducement! to the Ladiee'w . . tho waj tit SUA.WL3, 1 ' WOKSTED GOODS. And a rare variety of PRESS GOODS, Of every style and quality, also a full lineof Domestics! We bare e1eo a Complete Assortment and Choicest vurictj of CARPETS , . v . ... 1 , I In tho Valley. Also a fine Mm ot TAUUfc a u FLOOR OILCLOTHS, UKl,wtir.io,iA Ac. Aim a Splendid assortment or LADIES' and CHILDREN'S FURS HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS. NOTIONS, Ac Ae. all ef wbtcb will be soia ai Wholesale and Retail, " V Jat- ' The Very Lowest Prices Country Dealers and other will find it to their adrantag to gire as a call. STEVENS, POOL & CO Ferres tip at all hours and in the Ix-st o( stvle OAMK, OUTLKS, MEATS of all kinds, KIIL and all rrquisite vegctahles, accompaniments relishes und fluids, for a rrasobable conitideration. EAST SAGINAW, MICH., WpNESMY," FEBRUARY 28, I860: ; . ; THE OLD : CORNER Always the Favorite! DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CARPETINCS, OIL CLOTHS tC. Of Best quality and Latest ftytee, which were bought before the recent rise, and sold by J. R. LIVINGSTON. At the Corner Store, Buena Vista Block, at price BELOW REGULAR MARKET RATES. Particular attention Is called to my stock of PARPFT.Q J&. mi ri nTUO w w WW WIS VkWIIIOj Which is always well assorted and offered at low figures. A capital stock of DOMESTICS, LADIES' DRESS 'GOODS, GLOVES, IIOISERY, And everything in the tine of DR Y GO 013 S 3 For Ladlee. dents. Children arl tha mnnkin.l rest of Low Fhicei always the rule at the t"u!nr corner. . ' J R- LIVINGSTON. East Saginaw, Jan. 16, 16CC. Nevv Jewelry Store. mm Chaste and Elegant Jewelry. FIXE SILVEK 4 rLATED WARE. H. R. PROCTORr ment in the Hess Corner, opposite the Ban croft House, where he offers fur sale a uparb assortment ef Of tbe latest style end most ekqnislte workman- ship. SILVER AND PLATED WAKE. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS. 1'KDBLE and PKItlSCOPIC GLAS SES, FANCY GOODS, and a large and attnu-tive assortment of other articles pertaining to this line of trade. rcit wix;. iii:iMimc, Our personal 'attention gircn to Watt h Reparing and Engraving. WaU-hea regulated ry one f the best Clocks in the CHy. Plair Jewelry, Of all styles and patterns manufactured to order. Call and s-e my stock, which is the finest ever offerail in t'jis city. The celebrated American Wat.-hes, the best in the world, sold at lower prices than at any other establishment in this city. A share of publio patronage is solicited. it. K. PROCTOR. East Saginaw, October 17, 1603. SUPPLIES. MOSHER & MICKLEY, NEW BRICK BLOCK. Kcxt to Poet Office CJcncsce . Street . EAST SA GIN A W. Hard j'ist opened new and frrih stock of 1 Family, Orpceries, FLOCP. FEED, cony, BL'TTPn EG0f, LARD. PORK, BEEF, it AM?. SHOULDER. FRUIT?, VEGETABLES, CANMSu nane. RELISHES, end ererytbing In the line or FAMILY SUPPLIES. Past farort thnnkfully acknowledged A eon- ttnuance and increase of patron a geXIiojtel. T. R. MOSHER, 0. P. MICKLEY. East Saginaw, March 15, IPGS. 293-ly VM.-ZIMMERMAN&Co. . , Wholesale Dealers In Foreign Wineo and Liquorc, Domestic Brandy, Ohio Rcctiflcil Whisky, Ac 1 New Brick Block, north ef flooding k Haw kins, North Water St., East Saginaw, Michigan. Hare facilities for rectifying whisky al kinds, at their suad. . W. Z. A COt Baet Iffteaw-, OeteHr 1, 1&68. ' , ,' From Ike New York OLs SHALL WE LET inM 00 ' ' , BT JENNIE HABIHSOX. "Shall' we f . I reallj don't what to do about it ! Ho isre trouble to me thhn his scrricre worth ; npd somehow I diH to Bend him. off !" Goot Mr.; on looted round nt his wifoand daiter with a puzzled expression on ibev- novolcnt lnco. :."Ye, father," answered Ell course it will be better to soi jriiini away; what 1$ tho uso of lnjr such a troublQ.somo ft-llow jusV ,ne little , work .'ho . does ? " I shi ' be right glad to got rid of hunJ my part!" ' " .- '!'.. I "Ilut, Ellen, the niother'fentlo roice came from the other niju the table "it seems so hard to l him off when . he has no placo tur.' nd not a friend or relation in theorld." " uell, if he was deserving, ther, be would, liAro' frieu'ls enoAt I can t see why wq should rtut oiwes out to keep such a tormenting fwbw m a comiortable iiomo. V heater, we tion t nnve an liour s teacoill v. with looking after that bov. Aidbs- pecinlly when Charley's at'hJjiefor tiiey can t seem to ncrree. und d-eiis- ....:. 1 .1 -ii i .1 . jiuim wFgvuirr ,io lime, wcinp inoiner anu me in a niruktant " 'Hut perhaps he will inkm-a. Ellen. lie is only a bov. vou Law. and perhaps if we let him go fes -III become hardened, and at lastloru. ined forever. Poor bov! 8ito&o our boy should be left without fuller or mother or friend in-the Wml !" jna me mother s eyes turncdlolov ngly to that bright, Loyish fHhmd tig over tho school books, of utricle. think we had better try hiuA Ittle onger." f "Well, we will think nbouUi.' And Air. Nelson nicked un hi!nsws- pnper with a sigh of relief while Ellen meditated terrible things iiinst tho annoying 4,thore Uiy," wb sat, at that moment, vigorously tioring by the kitchen tire. . .And Clttrley's history lesson went on very son-ly; some things in the little conversation he had heard attracted his attmtinn. thouch he had gagea tritu ins books. One wis sis ter Ellie's remark that "eerocially when Charley was at home, Were mother and sho kept in a craistant worry, because he and Conrad could could not ntrree." 1 ...... i 'l-T" 'Well no wonder !" thought Char le.v, "he is so plac-uev imnudent. nnd a body can't get anything dune with out a regular skirmish to start with ! I wish lather htd never found out the pest ! . Then ho noticed the other ro- fWwo.xuade in th tuUr uuuburlv would people bear with hi faults nnd bo patient when 1$ was troublesome ? or would they nay, "let' him go ! wo can't keep him !" For a full half hour not n pngo 01 Charley's book was turned;. but it was a better than a history lesson which he had been studying all that while. And when tho books were closed for tho evening, nnd Mr. Nel son asked, "Well, Cbaileyshall wo let Conrad go ?" tho reply ennio clear and firm, "No, sir." hdlen looked up astonished nt her brother ; but across the mother's heart came a glad hope ful feeling: and they did not let him Bo lt was very hard at first for Charley to ask pleasantly when he wanted things doue instead of saying "Here, Con, run and do this, and dou't be all day !" It w as hard to bear with the sullen looks and slow steps of the boy who was barely earning his comfort able home. It was hard for Charley to keep down his anger nnd harsh words when provoked. It was a great sacrifice for him to give up an evening now and then to interest and am uso his father's hired boy, to help him in learning to read, and to be pa tient, at his ingratitude. All this was very hard for a boy liko Charley ; ii was a long timo before he learned to do it, but he persevered, and victory came at last. Did you ever know love and kindness and patience to fail! Never - I'eace ..cauie. back- to Air. Nelson's household ; ' fistcr Ellen's complaints grew less every day ; the chores were done more quickly and quietly ; and some look of brightness and cheerfulness came iuto the face of tho troublesome ,4Con.M Now, every body, say s, ''What a good boy Mr. Nelson has 1 "most equal to a iian." And now, they aro sure that they shall not "let hira . ' l- i . V - imr young reaucrs, uo yoi Know A. ... O 1 - ll 1 f.. n.t Ta th- A "l you your school or among youPifW.j;1" ,n i.Aaa;ti all vniir kindness, and turns from all" oilers of friendship, and seems determined to bo your en emy ? will you let hint go 7 Is their any one who gives you crs words? who speaks unjustly of you? whom you cannot seem to leavu 10 love will you let him go ? Oh, do not f 'bo patient be long suffering; be hopeful ; Do nice me uear ciuur who bears so much ana so genny wuu n nil overv day. - What would be- come of us If He should let m go Ho mif nnlv Helper nnd lteaeeuior r Think of His merciful nnd foi-givmg Hand, held out to us still, when per- haps tho angels in heaven are asw ing, "shall we let him go ?" A masonic lodiro in Talormo has excommunicated tho ropel Tills ac tion was taken in retaliation for tho fnlminations . nirainst free masonry launched fro ilho' Vatican, i The brothers of the Palermo lodge declare that "a man jiamea-iasiai.xerivnt onco received tho masonic baptism, and swore ,love. and fraternity to the maons, and that afterwards this man was created Pope and King under the titlsof PiuiIX." ' . -f ii! Tho American Flag An interesting history of the AmerJ ican Flag has been given in connec tion with an essay upon tho Origin and use of Seals, by Albert Wad hams, Esj., lately jubli&hed. 1 ' Trevious to tho battle of Bunker Hill the colonists used a Hag combin itjg the crosses of Bt. George and St. Andrew.' "'-The battle of Uunker Hill was fought under a - red flag bearing the motto "Come if you dare." The first regular army flag of the Revolution was a red flng with the mottoes ''Qui transtulit suatinet" and 'An appeal to' heaven," one molto on each side.' - "' ,, This flag, wag carried until the first of Januojy, 177C, when n Union Elag was first unfurled by General Wash ington over the American camp at Cambridge, composed . of thirteen stripes,' alternate jed and white, sym bolizing the thirteen revolted colonies. In the upper rornor on a blue field tho crosses of St. George and St. An lrour u-ui-a tilrnill n lhv nin in IhA liritikh Union Jack,. The idea of tho ... , . t 1 rri i -.t i stripes was, derived from the crest of the Washington family. Dr. Frank lin, Mr. Lynch, and Mr Harrison do virtodthis flag, which was called in camp and elsewheie . "lhe Ureat union flag." In June, 17 7, tlio stars were substituted, by law, for the Dritish .crosses on the field of blue, and tho common name, the "Stars and Strifiea" became general. 1 Uy, threo acts of Congress the flag has reached its present and rmauent character. lhe urst has beon already noticed ; the second enacted that the hag should be formed of lifteon stripes, alternate red and white, and fifteen white stacs in a blue field. This act was estab lished in . 171)1. The third enactment mudo in April, 1818, established the present Flug. It discarded the two stripes which had boon added to rec- ognizo the admission of Vermont and i? . , . T . 1 .. Kentucky to tho Luion. and as it was . 1 . A . , , .. - . 1 ' 1 for every new fetate would speedily every new btate .1... . ,.... nn.i 1 - . , ..J r. J , A, 1 ... tlii l-nlir if minlifiAil tha mvirmilinn 1 recognition of now States to tho addition of a star for each Stato admitted to the Union. The Stars ami Stripes were first unfurled in October, J 717, nt tho surrender of General Uurgoyne, the law establishing tho flag not having been promulgated till the September previous. Tho Stars represent the constella tion of States, the idea having been taken from the Constellation Lyra which signifies harmonious action. Tho blue field was taken fiom the Covenanter's banner in Scotland, nnd was significant of tho league aud mrniMit nr the United Colonies 0 the Unloi.. ,r, -Tn0 III" Ul lllllll lllllllin UI'V.S jj, Ctl mid. and, 10 nnl with tho jo nnl witn tne stars,-.iieii the sulordinatloit U, and dependence ,nost btuietidous falsehood of histoiy. upon the Union, as well as equality j t wug on tiJ0 faith of tho following among themselves. Tho red color de- tj,nj our iovai Rrmies were raided. noted daring, the white purity, nnd : Those who'now seek a subversion of the blue harmony. In the revolution tl0 j,ubliu darotl not then discloho the Flag had thn teen stars, in the war of 1812 fifteen ; that Flag which was planted in tho national pataco of Mexico had thirty stars, and the ono on tho Capitol nt Richmond, after its occupation by Grant's nrmy, counted thirty-six star upon its field of blue. Every true American views this en sign of his country with gratitude and pride, regarding it as a memorial of the patriotism of tho founders and preservers of tlie nation, and the sym bol of tho unity, oquality and perpe tuity of tho great brotherhood of Mates in this fair land. That it may exist, honored at home and abroad, the banner of a great, and glorious, and good nation,, whilo time endures, is tho heartfelt wish of evory patriot as ho. beholds its waving folds in the free air and sunlight of his native or adopted land. Long may it wavo. Let it bo tho aim and purpose of parents in the North and Soutii, in the East and West, to teach thoir childrento honor, defend and love that g'orious ilag t to count him an enemv to Ins country , who B peaks lightly of the 6tars and ' s ; nnd to cherish it as tho sym- j stripes bol of national honor, and power, tho I lag of every true, hcartod American in tho redeemed and indivisible Union. , TySrk- searcher after tho curious, publishes in a Into English pa per copies of .odd signs, among, which is the fol lowing poetical invitation on the sign of tho. Rochive, an old inn at Abing don, kept by William II r ; Withio this Hire we're all alire, Good liquor make us funny t ' If yon are dry, step in and try Tuo flaror 01 our hoiicj. posite and" rather witty linea appear on tho sign outside : '',"'' ' ' My name is Abraham Lowe, Just half w iy up the hill t , , nd, when I'm higher up, ( ( WUat'a fuikniei st.U, , I yet am Lowe. ' . So rme in 1 take a swill . , Of rum, lirandy, gin, or r- hat you will ; My prices, .like iiKself, are low." Tlio following lines, are a sign of a ... . 1 ..'' Cn.tn.Tn n.1 roadsiuo . inn oeiween w iuuu i Morlbon'Ugh tho Plough: , . In hopes we plough, in hopes we sow, . . In Iks we all are l d An 1 1 live here and Mil gol leer In hopes to get ruy tread." ScrLLio Match. Jamos Hammill, of Pittsburg, tin thainpioh sculler of this country, hns forwarded 2,000 to England, to-biiid his challongo to Harry Kelly, tho English champion. Hammill cxpocts pj leave ior j.ngiuuu nn tha iUt of Anril. arid tho first com tost between tho mon la to take place in June The liver Tytro, near XSew castle, will probably bo eolected for the trial ; .1 , Douglas aiilttfA W hill ltwc thereis a small public-hoTfilff,1") Abraham Lowe, and the following ap- ' The Dorereign People.': . ' ' ' From tbe Wasblngtea Intelligencer. W cannot doubt that it has now become bur duty as journalist, claim ing the publio good as our cherished object, to invoko the testimony from every loyal man that the wnt has t eased, tho Union' is restored, tho time has come when the-'States must bo (iractically, as they havo always loen lypotheticalh', equal m rights, in immunities, and in sovereign dignity. Kithcr this is so, or it is not. If so, tho refusal of Congress to admit mem bers elect from a purt of the common Union is revolutionary. The example is one of fearful promise. The prnc' tical form of the question is, as to the quaulications for scats of the individ ual members elect, Thus , the minis tonal acts or nn . itileiior oiucer doubtless, in this instauco,' cocscicn- ciously tlouo has had the practical cllect (by giving opportunity to a party organization unknown to tho organic law to refuse to exerciso leg- t : . : 1 . 1 11 ill matter) to suspend the constitu tion of tho country. Is this not a fearful precedent to set? lhe clerk of any future Con gress may refuso to enroll the names of the adverse party, without regard to their sectional locality, and his party might, upon assembling, organ ize the House end delay action upon claims to seats of which they might even deny the vuhdity. hut would that be called ? and what is the pres ent caso else t The truth is plain, nnd it ought to bo heard. Everybody knows it. To deny it. is to dishonor the mind which contrives the t-ubterfuge of a dissent. We talk now not nt the argumenta tion, but to tho conscience of every reader. And what is that truth ? It is this : Tho Republic is restorod in whole 1 : ....... f A...1 i ! ",,u V ",.7 'Republic? A union of Mat en 111 ! , 1 , t .1 , . 1 which all that thev have not given up to tho nation they havo reserved to Li - 1.. 1 i i 1 iiJeiimeiTi-n, anu hiihi uu-j iiuvu L'liru to the nation is steeifiel in the Con . . . ' ... stituton, and is to lm exercised by equal delegates from nil the states subject to its jurisdiction. Rut if tho men have tho audacity to say tlie civil war is not over; then when is it to lj over? Aro we in tho midst of a civil struggio now ? If to proclaim to the world that the. over throw of the rebel armies, the aboli tion of slavery, and the general am nesty conclude nothing, obligate noth ing, end nothing, eUett nothing; that we have defiauded the rebels into submission, and have resolved to force them iuto a retraction of it. Let us confess that in every syllublo of the unies j following heartfelt pledge of the loval tuity ' , ' -V V'--r. r:?ttW',-Ct' drop of loyal blood ever ero recording - tl since, wo such an object : Jinohed, That this war is not pros ecuted upon our part by any spirit 'of oppression, nor purposo of overthrow- J ing or interfering the rights or estab lished institutions ol thoHo Mates, but to defend and maintaiu tho suprema cy of tho Constitution aud nil laws mndo in pursuance thereof, and to preserve the Union with tho dignity, equality, nnd rights of tho several States unimpaired; that as soon as these objections aro accomplished tho war ought to, cease. . Is that resolution loyal or disloyal now ? That is tho question. We pronounce, without tho leabt hesita tion, our opinion that 110 man is loyal who denies tho opjiositV conclusive and controlling application of the doc trine of these resolutions now and here. We think thoy are a porfett list. We hope tho people will open their eyes. The scenes of 1SG1 in Congress arc being now re-ouacted in all their sub stantial elements of revolution, of dis- union, ot treuson. llie out rebellion. is suppressed and tho now one Is in progress. It is only tho difference of circumstances that makes tne umer enco of consequences. The majority in Congress aro carrying on ah essen tially revolutionary schemed And the object is like that of their predecessors in conspiracy and treason. ; It is to proservo power. For that object tho secessionists undortook to Southernio the North ngainst nn nccomplishod rent, ana aaapi uio constitution uy a violent reiorui --yrtion For 'this clf nUj rli iiisiinitjni . . ....lnrtnlin ists now in. .umgnw acainst an accomplished event, and ono of tho greatest in history, by t e- nationalizing tho South .to -. t ...wiicil Union, uboiish tho social compact, .. liw Gf nature, ami revivo the nUininibie abasement of a feudalism which per ished tinder the cuve of heaven three hundred years ago. ; ' , Josn BiLLisoa' El&ments or Mont rnn.ot.oniT. We are apt to huto them who don't tako our advice, and do.ipiso them who do. It is dredliil easy to ue a jmooi man can often be ono and Hot know it. Elegant Insure Chewing plug to bacco and spitting in a dorg's eye. 1?an1 li.r,inpna don't ' Consist SO much in what a man don't have, ns in What ho don't 1vnnt. ''.' Fear is the fust losson lnrnt nnd tho last foryotten. ; 1 V.K6boiljr but Ophool gits bit twice by the snmo dog. . A pet lamb always makes a cross tam' 4 . Ml Epitaph aro like circus bills there is moTO in tho bills than ever performed. ' , "' ' I To bo healthy eat onions end gd Household Iltntc The annexed valuable Information immediately connected with the duties and requirements of a housewife, is from Dr. Hall's Journal J Jlculth. . The earlier theXreakfust. the more work" will be pi through with during the day, and the better health will the household have, because food or warm drinks in the i-t iimuh antagonizes tho dlseaso engendering dumps, fogs nnd nnastjia, Mhich inipietrnnte the utr about sunrise, in nil countries, especi ally iu warm weather. , .Potatoes may be kept a very long time Irom retting, in a cellar protect ed against frost, by dusting the. lloor or bin with lime; then 'put down n layer of. potatoes six inches thick : then dust with lime, another layer of potatoes, &c. One bushel or moro of lime to forty of potatoes ; they sprout least in the darkness. , Flannel shirts, or other woolens, should, have grease . r-pots removed without fulljjig them up, thus : Put one ox-gall in threo gallons of cold water, in which immerse the garment, and squeeze or und, (not wring) it, until tho tpots ure- removed ; then thoroughly wash in cold water,' else the odor of tho gall becomes very dis agreeable. ' If burning fluid or benzole nre used to remove grease or ether stains, let it bo at least two yurds from caudles, gas, lamp or fire. Valuable lives ure lost every year by neglecting this pro caution. Milk is kept good longer, if it is boiled, evopoi a ted, condensed, or kept still at a temperature of about forty degrees. If heated threo days in suc cession in summer, and two in winter, (as ier Guy Iasbac's experiments,) up to the boilmg point, it will keep two months without souring. Cakpkt Sweepixq.- Draw tho broom to you with short, quick strokes, tak ing up tne uirt every nan yara, in a dust pun, or at each stair, ami thus avoid working the dirt into tho cleaner parts. Never use tea leaves, paper or damp grass, to collect the dust, let tho uilst pun do that. . Lrysiitelas, a disease often coining without premonition, and ending fa tally within threo or four days is sometimes promptly cured by apply ing u poultice of raw cranberries, p'.uuded and placed ou the purt over night. Costive bowels havo nn ngrecab'o remedy in the free uie of tomutoi-s at meals their seeds acting the way of seeds of white mustard or figs, by stimulating the emits of the. bowels over which they pass in their whole state to increased uctioii. A rcinedr of equal efliciciicy in the same direc tion is i-tucked wheat that H, com mon white, wheat irvains. bt.l. ' 1 .V; '- , .. , V of the day, Willi Common swett t idrr, boiled down to one-lmiL makes a most excellent svtup for cu:hs unit 1 im.-, iv, dren i- pleunmt to the taste, und will keep .throughout theytnr 111 a colli cellar. lu recovering from an illness, the system bus a craving for some pleas ant ucid drink, 'ihis is found in cider, which is placed on the fire ns made, und allowed to como to a boil, then cooled, put in casks and kept in cool cellar. 1 rented thu, it re mains for many mouths as good as tho day it was mado. We onto tjiived the life of nn infant which had been inadvertently drugged with laudanum, nnd wus fast sinking into a sleep which knows no' awaken ingr, by giving it strong cofleo cleared witli, the white of nn egg, a tea-boon-fui every five minutes, until it ceased to seem drowsy. - e ' Sorm Asii.r.iCA. At this time the whole of South America seems to bo engaged in war. Tiro empire of Hruzil, the largest ' and ttiost stable government, in conjunction with tho Argentine Confederation, a republic, is waging war upon Paraguy, an ad joining republic, in iib- nn attempt wus mnue to break tho connection be tween Uueuos Ayres and the Argen- ine Confederation, which failed, nnd he secessionists fleeing to Paraguy, induced President I)pcz to espouse their cause and march nn nrmy into their former country, with tho expec tation that large numbers of disap pointed persons would assist in tho contemplated revolution. The' nrmy Was not, however, Well received, nnd by the aid IVrnished by nn alliance with Rra.il, was finally driven buck to its own country, where eniong the mountains the war is still being pros ecuted. 1 ' .' attach r ui'slWitalraiHs?! the by the refusal of that republic to. tie dare that they intended no insu't to the latter power in connection wtth some event which displeased the Span Uli Admiral. ' Peru has recently joined oi-:ii fn its defensive war in or er u- avod tlie futurti vi....!- witli which tho State finds itself menaced y tW hew pretensions of Npuin', t r' pa ration for offence rerjiied, nnd to uuito With Chili niul thn other icpub lies' in a treaty for mutual protection, nnd for the purpose of checking .Spain fti her ubsorpfivo nnd aggre.-ivo pil- icv in Ri.iith America. ' HoliVia IS alsrt.said to have joined, Peru and Chili; but she is Mill distracted by internal dissensions, '"l her help will l.o t.f btilo umnuittt Chill has also dliriciiltv with Uruguay, attrib uted to the influence of Hi mm w ith the 1 1 in l-i biiblio. Columbia, or os it now el .lima to ta eaTlod, New Granada, ! n'.a.i e.ti.etted to ioin the Cotifedeia y against Spain, if r-ho has not do'-e Mi already. ' 1-icuadoT has sighed tho ri.ntv w-th IV111. Chili atid RoliviA, and Venezuela is expectel to do tlje kiiine. so that tho mo.t of the1 old Spanish roloh.es of South ;Anifjiea r.t eii tuallv ioiued iu war ag iiust thj? tnothsr ootiutryi WHOLE KO.' 343- , t actsanrl Forties of. Cuxrottoy. . .. Many things have been used at dif ferent times us money cowrie shells1 in Allien ; wampum by the Americans' Indiiins; rattle. in Ancient Greece r tamer fckins in Cnniulu ; tobacco in Vic.in!a ; op ii.Mixuo. Frederio 11., at the rumto of Milan.' j isMwd stamped leatlier money-' i.v: .' Tho CurtiniglniaiM used , leather as j money, probably tearing some mark. or stamp In a00, John tho Good, King-of Fi unce, who was taken prisoner. by the eelubruted RUck Prince, aud sent to England until ransomed, al&o issued, leather money, having a Email silver nail in the mitr. . . Salt is tho comtnon money in Abys siuht ; codfiih iu, Iceland and Ncw foundlnnd. "Living money," elaves and oxen,' pntsed current with tho Anglo Saxons,' in payment of debts. Ad am Smith says that in his day there was a village in Scotland where it was not uncommon for workmen to cany nails, instead of money, to ths bicker's shop and the nle house. - Marco Polo found in China money mado of the bark of the Mulberry tree, bearing tho stamp of the sovereign, w hich it w as death to counterfeit. . Tobacco was generally used . as taofiey. in Virginia uptulCCO, fiifty. seven years after the foundation of that colony. ... ," . ; In IC41 tho Legislature of Massa chusetts enacted that wheat should be received in payment of all debts. ' Tho convention of France., during tho revolution, on the proposition of Jenn Ron-Saint Am dree, long dis cussed the propriety of adopting wheat as money a tho measure of valuo of all things, Plutina was coined in Russia from 1S11S to 1815. . Rut tho metals best adapted and mot gencialy used as coin are'eopper.' nickel, silver, and gold : .the first two being now used for coins of small value, to make change ; the two latter commonly designated "the precious matuls," 1110 used as measures of value und legal tenders. On tho continent of Europe, a coip. position of silver nnd copper called bullion, has long been used for small coins, which nre mado current nt a much higher vab e then the metal they cotitain. In China, syeee silver is the principle currency, nnd is merely ingot niier of a uniform fineness, paid and received by weight. Spanish dollars also circulate there, but only after they have been assayed and dumped ns a proof that they are of tho stuudurd fineness. As Asia Minor produced gold, its eatliest coinage .wax of, iJUa- .- fivTt 'i-M'ie known to have coined gold iulr. ther hud K,ld cin ut th close ot the ninth century, R.C. Greece proper only at the closo of the eighth - lt'i' JServius fullius King of Rome,, mado the pound weight of copper cur rent money. The Romans firt coined silver 2?1 R. C, nnd gold H97 R. C. How to Tkkat Er.ozr.x I.mt:s. The New York Jstnihg J'oit, in an aiticlo on this subject, says that froen limbs should never be rubbed. Tho juices of tho Ucnhy tissues, when frozen in their minute sacs or cells, at ouco be come in each of these enclosures crys tals, having a largo number of nnglea aud sharp points ; and hence rubbing the ilcsh caiws them to cut or tear their way through the tissue, so that when it is thawed tho structure of tho muscleM is moro or less destrovod. The proper mode of treatment is thus stated : When any part of tho body is fro zen, it should bo kept perfectly quiet until it is thawed out, w Inch should be done promptly, As frcozlng takes place from. the surfuco inwardly, , so thawing should bo in tho rt versa or dor, from the inside outward The thawing oUt of portion of flesh, with out at tho same timo puling tho blood from the heart into circulation through it, produces mortification ; but by keeping the moro external parts still congealed . till ths internal neat , and tho external blood gradually soften the most interior parts, nnd , produce circulation of the blood as fast at thawing takes placo, most of these dangers are obriatcd. . Tloi Ical Notions. A notice h'f Sit John Rowring'a recent Reeolkntions of Java, in an English magazine says i JSir John wits pi-csent once at -tho arrival f a cargo of ice for the first "lookeu ui 11 v" 1- t-i.Ll first that they would have lolt had thev Keen himilnr masses of crystal. Thev touched it the cold was such ns they had ' he vet bo&.n experienced, and the novel sensation tilled them with ' a wo ' and' apprehension. Jut when dissolved 111 their nanus they fancied they had unknowingly worked a miracle1, and that some demon mu;t havo been nt the bottom of the mys tery. Descriptions of mow, frost, ic and winter neenery have a singular attract! tt to tho inhabitants ot tln hot regions. Thcso hro .to thent tie very romance of nature In my trat els in the interior of Java I met with a most , accomplished lady, who j w as burning yith ft desire, about to be gratified, of visiting Europe. Anl now tell nie, of nil yon hope to see, fhn what do you expert to reteiv tho greatest pleasure ?' 'Oh ahe an swered, 'it forest w ithout loaves.' H A, very volatile voiing lord, whose conquests in tho female wrld Were numberless,' lat married. , Now, my loid,' said his wife,"I hope you'll mend." "Madame," said he, "this is my last folly' 1 j