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Servants for Hire. --Men, Women, Boys and Girls, suitable for Farms, Factories, Butlers, Chambermaids, &c., &c. For hire on accommodating terms. Apply to E. D. Eacho. 12th street. fe 6--3t
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loan of $25,000,000 was rushed through the House on Saturday. It will be resisted in the Senate, until it can be ascertained what the next Administration in need to do with it weather to coerce the South, or pay the late concern's debts. A gentleman who has access to the head-devils of the Republicans, told me last night that they would certainly play the game of coercion up to the bitter end. But this morning I hear from a more reliable source that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House debate on the report of the Committee of Thirty-three is to be stopped on Thursday. Members anxious to speak are much disgruntled thereat. To-morrow being the day for counting the votes of the Electoral College, a company of frying artillery has been posted at the ferry bridge to prevent the ingress of the Virginia Minute- Men. The resolutions introduced
the Senate, until it can be ascertained what the next Administration in need to do with it weather to coerce the South, or pay the late concern's debts. A gentleman who has access to the head-devils of the Republicans, told me last night that they would certainly play the game of coercion up to the bitter end. But this morning I hear from a more reliable source that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House debate on the report of the Committee of Thirty-three is to be stopped on Thursday. Members anxious to speak are much disgruntled thereat. To-morrow being the day for counting the votes of the Electoral College, a company of frying artillery has been posted at the ferry bridge to prevent the ingress of the Virginia Minute- Men. The resolutions introduced by Holt Wilson, Leq at the meeting in Norfolk, have received much encomiums here.
ay. It will be resisted in the Senate, until it can be ascertained what the next Administration in need to do with it weather to coerce the South, or pay the late concern's debts. A gentleman who has access to the head-devils of the Republicans, told me last night that they would certainly play the game of coercion up to the bitter end. But this morning I hear from a more reliable source that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House debate on the report of the Committee of Thirty-three is to be stopped on Thursday. Members anxious to speak are much disgruntled thereat. To-morrow being the day for counting the votes of the Electoral College, a company of frying artillery has been posted at the ferry bridge to prevent the ingress of the Virginia Minute- Men. The resolutions introduced by Holt Wilson, Leq at the meeting in Norfolk, have recei
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From Washington.[Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Washington, Feb. 4, 1861. The Pennsylvania Commissioners are instructed by the Legislature to take the ground that the Constitution needs no amendment; perhaps the fugitive slave law does; that's all Wilmot has refused to serve. He is mad because the Republicans wouldn't elect him Senator. A loan of $25,000,000 was rushed through the House on Saturday. It will be resisted in the Senate, until it can be ascertained what the next Administration in need to do with it weather to coerce the South, or pay the late concern's debts. A gentleman who has access to the head-devils of the Republicans, told me last night that they would certainly play the game of coercion up to the bitter end. But this morning I hear from a more reliable source that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House
From Washington.[Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Washington, Feb. 4, 1861. The Pennsylvania Commissioners are instructed by the Legislature to take the ground that the Constitution needs no amendment; perhaps the fugitive slave law does; that's all Wilmot has refused to serve. He is mad because the Republicans wouldn't elect him Senator. A loan of $25,000,000 was rushed through the House on Saturday. It will be resisted in the Senate, until it can be ascertained what the next Administration in need to do with it weather to coerce the South, or pay the late concern's debts. A gentleman who has access to the head-devils of the Republicans, told me last night that they would certainly play the game of coercion up to the bitter end. But this morning I hear from a more reliable source that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House d
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rce that the party split is widening rapidly. Hale says he expects to occupy the same relation toward Lincoln that he now does to Buchanan, viz, that of opposition. The House debate on the report of the Committee of Thirty-three is to be stopped on Thursday. Members anxious to speak are much disgruntled thereat. To-morrow being the day for counting the votes of the Electoral College, a company of frying artillery has been posted at the ferry bridge to prevent the ingress of the Virginia Minute- Men. The resolutions introduced by Holt Wilson, Leq at the meeting in Norfolk, have received much encomiums here. Live on the North side of the street, where the snow takes a long time to melt. When I sent to bed last night, I congratulated myself that at last the snow and ice were all gone, and when I rose this morning by jing the snow was for inched deep. Yet, it is now so when that. I'm afraid I'll have sun-stroke if I go out doors. This is a great country. Zed.
oint resolution was passed for a meeting of the two Houses to count the Presidential ballot. The usual number of peace memorials was presented. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, addressed the Senate on the President's message. He opposed secession. He indicated the sympathy exhibited yesterday at the withdrawal of the Louisiana Senators. He said it was well gotten up, and well acted. He was exceedingly bitter against the seceding States, South Carolina in particular, and attacked Senator Benjamin's position with great vehemence. House.--The certificate of the election of Farnsworth, delegate from the Territory of Colorado, was presented and referred. Mr. Taylor, of La., presented the Ordinance of Secession of his State, which was read. In his remarks he intimated that amendments to the Constitution would have the effect of restoring her to the Union, but that the resolutions of the Committee of Thirty-Three would not be accepted as an adjustment. He sustained the sec
e intimated that amendments to the Constitution would have the effect of restoring her to the Union, but that the resolutions of the Committee of Thirty-Three would not be accepted as an adjustment. He sustained the seceding States in holding the Federal property therein. He gave warning that any attempt at the coercion of any seceding State would unite all in resistance. Mr. Bouliguy, of La., followed. He said he would not withdraw, but would remain until recalled by his constituents. (Applause.) The Deficiency Bill was taken up. The Senate's Chiriqui amendment was disagreed to. Mr. Colfax called up his bill to suspend the postal laws in seceding States. Mr. Branch opposed it. Mr. Sickles advocated it as being better to remove jurisdiction than to coerce. The report of the Committee of Thirty-Three was taken up. Mr. Hughes, of Md., advocated the Crittenden resolutions as a reasonable basis of adjustment. A recess was taken until 7 o'clock.
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