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NEO, W. MAWYIrliWWt Kdller.
COLUMBUS. OHIO-
SATDRDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1861
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee.
' mutee .
Tk De buk ratio BlAte Ctntrtl Commi'tee ii hereby
notified to meet at Colambas on Friday. Mlh lniUnt
for the purpooe of eonnwllng t- jelher on the alarmlnf
eondltlon of the eonntry.
I ilocerel trart that All the memberi of the Commit
tee will be present, to Adi And Adopt such a line of
policy as they map deem bet for the perpetuity of onr
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee. W. MOUNT.
Chairman the Democratic State Central Committee of
Ohio.
Ohio. CUMMINSVILLE, Hamilton County, April 16.
on
O The Legislature will not adjourn
Tuesday next, as contemplated by the joint
resolution heretofore paesed. It my be eeper
al weeks before the session closes.
OThere Is no f orther donbt about the af
fair at Harper's Ferry. The troops of the Uni
ted States vacated It on the approach of the
Virginians, first preparing the . arsenal for de
etrucUon. ETTbe reader will find under the appropri
ate head all the war news and military move
meote, both far and near. The country North
and Sooth will soon be one Fast military camp.
The inhabitants of the United States are a
wonderful people, endowed with an energy and
courage that bare no limit. -
ST The "unaccouDUble meens," to which
the cfficiAl Reporter of the Senate refers, by
which a mortifying error occurred In the pub
lished proceedings of the Senate on Thursday,
was bis own act, and not the error of the Slotto
m or Journal If the official Reporter would
attend more closely to his legitimate duties, such
explanatory notes wonld not be necessary.
IT The special correspondent of the Cincin
nati Commercial, tolegraphing to that paper, says
that dispitchcs were received here last evening
from Washington of the most Alarming cbar
enter, bat that the particulars are confidential.
If to, and be has knowledge of the faot, why
docs he say anything about it? He virtually
betrays confidence jn alluding to the subject in
an; way. . , - '
17 At a meeting of the Central Home Guard
Committee, of Cincinnati, 00 last evening, Mr.
Toasxncc appeared for the neighboring cities
of Covington and Newport, Kentucky, and as
sured the committee that the citizens on both
banks of the licking river were for the main
tenance of order and the Government; where
upon the following resolution was adopted :
Rtalood. Tbat we cordially recoroite tbe appoint
meat of Col. Janet, of Newport, and Af. M. Benton, of
Uovloston. Kentucky, at a committee ol Conference
froti oar Kentucky neighbors, and tbat w will cbeerful
1 ao-onemte with tbeai In all proper meatarea for tbe
protection of life and property, and for Ihe maintenance
of tne laws, aaa ine proeernuon 01 ine union.
CTThe details of the scenes of violeooe in
Baltimore will be read with profound interest
We fear we sball have even worse news yet to
chronicle from the Monumental City. The
destrociion of the Rail Road bridges referred to
In our despatches, combined with tbe resistance
at Baltimore, will delay the arrival of troops
at Washington a speedily as desired. It Is to
be hoped the forces there will, however,
be sufficient for the complete defence of the city
and Government archives. Tbe apprehension
Is that Davis may be moving on tbe City
Among' onr dispatches is one that he is now at
Montgomery, attending to the'loan. This may
be so, and it may not. If true, it may be as
sumed tbat there is no intention on his part to
attack the Federal Capital, bnt to confine bis
operations within tbe boundaries of the seceded
- 8tate. "
A Good Suggestion.
The following paper and tbe note attached
will explain themselves. The snggestlon is
good one A Urge proportion of tbe men who
volunteer their services at this time are com
pelled to leave home without being able to
make suitable provision for their families, and
St is but just and proper that assistance
should be extended to all who may be in need of
It: .'.
We. the andertlgned, eitlteM of Marlon county, Ohio,
do herebv antral ly arret to pay loW. W. Ceoklln,
P. Iteonett. H. A. Trot. T. P. Wallace, John Hoed and
John W. Bain, and tbe rarvitori or .urvlror of them,
at Trustee for the use of tbe faallleiof tochcltisentof
saldanan'y as aiey volunteer within sixty days from
tbleea'a. laald tbe Government of Ihe United Bia'eolu
lappreveing lb rebellion la ike Bonihern e tales ef the
UijI .wrse f.mlll'e may nerd pecuniary anietaaee;
And to aid ram 1 1 Ire of su -h of sate volunieen who may he
killed or wcanded In said service as may need atilstance,
tbe easM respectively eet opposite our nepeetiv aeasea.
wklek aoargrt shall at All times be distributed and paid
ealatibedUeretioa of laid Trustees; and lo ach euros
and to inch persons at aatd Trustee, or a majority of
tbem, a consultation aha 11 deem advbahle. And
any amount shall remain in their hands, at the elate of
tbe war, which . In the opink.n if Ihe Trueteee, anal I not
be needed for ibe purposes aforesaid, the tame shall he
vaf aaded to tbe wbeoruiert ia proporUoa to the amounts
mpecuveiy tonuwuica.
MARION, April 19, 1861.
Diaa Slit At e meeting of the citizens
.this place on last evening, tbe above form was
adopted lor the purpose therein set forth. I was
there requested to forward to the Oaie Sttteo
w e copy for publication in Ihe Daily lfc.
man. Reepcotlnlly,
JNO. J. WILLIAMS.
JNO. J. WILLIAMS. OHIO LEGISLATURE.
ADJOURNED BBSoION; v.
IN SENATE.
FRIDAY, April 19, 1861.
AFTItNOOIt BISIION. t
'
After a oaII of the SenAte, tbebiU to lease the
Publio Works wai taken up.
Mr. CUMMINS renewed hie motion of yce
terdAT, to Amend the bill by ubetituttng the
bid ot ConoFer 4 Co., for that of Medbery 4
Co
ion, the motion wai
Mr. COMMI
mnlPiq,deD
tr DurDorlioir to
reed to the Senate
Mr. SMITH m
definitely.
Alter a loog
M, HARRISON, from the Judiciary com
miitaa. rocammended theraiaee of H.B.No.
453 To Aathorise township trustee! to examine
poucbere - of towoenip treasurer. 1 ne 0111
MBMOd. - v 1 ...
Mr. H0LME3 offered a Joint resolution to
aninii th LlausA taint reeolution to adisorn on
the 23d Inst. He urged it on accouui 01 tua
condition of business, which. moet be mAtured,
nd the condition of the country, wmcn aisaoies
ha nnrAi AseemblF from worKinenow
Mr. COX thought It bad better oe aaoptea
fArnhTlous reasons. Messrs.' r.KKiLL and
STANLEY concurred in this belief. It wan also
aid it was of utmost Importance that the Leg
islature should remain in session dily, until
adjournment line die.
'. - .nni.r ii .1 1.1!. I . I . . I. .
Mr. UAtir ICLiC luuugut it uesii iu wj mo
N3 reid J
tine the
bVre bi
dicuiu
letter from a gentle
t he had written a let
ea written by him, and
r. bouleicb.
postpone the bill in'
resolution on tbe table, and work uutil tbe last
moment, when, if tbe General Assembly can'
not adjourn, the resolution may then be rescind'
Ad.
Mr. FERGUSON tnougntit tbe duty ol tne
Legislature to remain in station.
Mr. CUA moved 10 amenu me resolution au
fallows:
Retoloti. That it is Inexpedient lor the (Jen
eral Assembly to adjourn over any working day
nnlil it adjourns tins die.
Accented and adopted.
Mr. NEWMAN asked that the following
nroteetmleht be entered in the Journal.
Mr. GARFIELD said as It 1 respectful in
laneuace he should not object.
Mr. COX honed the Senator would not iuelpt,
but be content to have it published in the usual
wav. He tboucbt be (Mr. Newman) would re'
net it hereafter ebould it eo on record. He
would enter no objection, however, ii tbe Sena
tor insisted
Mr. NEWMAN insisted.
Mr. HARRISON quoted the Constitution
relative to protect, and Slid this Is merely
queetion of precedent, but as each is very itn
Dortant.
Mr.CUPPY and Mr SMITH said it was
parliamentary, and did not object to it.
Tbe protect was enterei, as follows, vis:
Mr. Pamidint
I rise to perform a solemn duty; I recorded my
vote seainst Senate bill No. S97,bclieving tben,
as I now do, that my vote was correct. I then,
and now believe that the object of the President
of the United states, as set forth in his requisi
tion upon tbe States for men, was as wrong
orincinle, as it was in policy, so far it relates
to the purposes for which tbe militia were to
used; and while I protest against .that part
the President's message in which be declare
tbat "tbe first service assigned to tbe forces
called forib, will probably be to repossess the
forts, places, and property which has been seis
ed from tbe Union," as calculated to drive tbe
border States ont of tbe Union, and Into an allie
ance with the Conlederate States, which
earnestly desire to avert; vet, believ
ing no that the Federal Capital, and onr Na
tional and mate uovernmen's arc in immi
nent peril, I was, when I gave my vote
on this bill, and am now.willing to go as fares
tbe farthest In voting men and money to defend
tbem against any foe tbat may lead an assault
against tbem. in tne nope ana Deuel tbat tbe
President will use these troops for the purpose
of defense only, I feel constrained to change my
vote, and cast it for tbe bill, asking of tbe Senate
tbe privilege of entering upon the Journal
my reasons for so doing - -
If I know myself, Mr. President, tbe course
I have pursued with referen;o to this bill bas
been directed by an unfeigned desire to subserve
tbe truest and best interests 0 my country
save which from tne impending calamities
which it is now involved, I would be willing
make any sacrifice, even life itself; for, when
civil commotion andHntestine strife sball have
done their work and blotted my country from
existence, I shall have nothing to live for long
er. H. B. 331 Being a bill to tax dogs, was read
a first and second time, under suspension of
rules. Agriculture.
H. B. 486 Supplementary to the act for
organization of cities and incorporated villa
ees, was passed under suspension of tbe rnles.
.1 C . . mA'int.mnaA Mn.il nn .'.I..L .
morrow.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
AFTXANOOH 6IS9ION.
FRIDAY, April 19.
On motion of Mr. BROWNE, of Miami,
House proceeded to tbe election of a Speaker
pre fetn., to serve during the remainder of
session, which was agreed to.
Mr. BKOWNis, 01 Miami, men nominated
Hon. PETER HITCHCOCK.
Mr. CARLISLE nominated Hon. WM.
WOODS.
Tbe roll was tben called, when Mr. HITCH.
COCK received 42 votes. Mr. WOODS receir
ed 29 votes. . .
Mr. HITCHCOCK, having received a major
ity of alt the votes cast, was declared duly elect
ed.
Mr. H. tben rose end eeid:
Gentlemen RepreeenUtives Permit me, most
sincerely, to acknowledge tbe obligationns un
der which I am by the confidence reposed in
as manifested in toe vote just given
1 nan but recollect that tne vacancy yon
this vote select me to fill only occurs from
lact that one who bas been filling, and is
much belter than myself fitted to occupy
position, leaves at the call of duty, (0 serve
common country in tnis ner time ot need.
I accept the position, and, while distrusting
my own ability, feel tbat I can rely both
tbe forbearance and aid of all the members
tbis House, and trust tbat thus working toeeth
er, we sball speedily aispatcn tne business
discharge our foil duty to our common cjnsiit
oency, the people of Ohio.
The oatn ot omeewas men administered
Hon. Mr. CONVERSE, a notary public
Franklin county. -
Mr. DAVIS, from a Select committed, repor
ted back tbe memorial of Martha McLaughlin
wben the committee waa discharged from forth
er consideration of tbe subject.
Mr. CARLISLE, from tbe Select committee
to whom waa referred S. B. 234 In relation
the salary of the Common Pleas Judge of
ralrneld district, reported tbe same back
when
Mr. CARLISLE stated that the bill provided
for an additional comiiensation to be paid to
Judge by the counties of tbis district, making
up voluntarily the sum to euch amount as
Commissioners of tbe counties may think
and tbat it was requested by the members
of the bar and other prominent citizens
Mr. BTrJUMAH opposed tbe bill.
Mr. HUGHES opposed it, as a precedent
would lead to tbe general adoption of tbe
tice.
Mr. STIER3 advocated the bill, and
that its passage was desired by the members
tbe bar of nu county, tiocKiog. -
Mr. THOMfSUiN.or ferry, said the mem
hereof the bar in his eouoly were opposed to
except one, and be thought there was no neces
sity lor the increase . -i 1 .
Mr. FL&NTs aaid be would bo willine
rote for an increase 01 salary lor all the Com
mon Pleas Judges; but be was opposed to
rectly increasing tbs pay of one Judge
another. - .-.
Mr. BALDWIWalio oppposcd tbs bill as
travagant. .-. . .
Mr. HILLS opposed the bill: anddennnnrrl
the practice of increasing salaries in tbis
ner. it wouto ne an entering wedge to a
Increase of salaries all over the State.
Mr. CARLISLE defended the bill as provid
ing for wbat be was satisfied was the wish
tbe people of bis county. ', ',' .
Mr. SCOTT, ol Jefferson, opposed the
because it was as extravagance tbat should
take place at this time.
Mr. ANDREWS said be eould note,
r. .v.. ..!.. it.:. .!i
iviiii .iui.wiw (wn suia will.
held tbat the salaries of Judge, shouid be
eu ' . nf .' .
Folly Increased; ad4 w tbe people of thi district -can
liked the prirllegeof maklug this inoreaee, he
(ae lot tne dui. . v u
The rote was then called on the biir.which
rpeulted yeaa 22, nays 61. '....
par. huuhej moved tnat this vote be recon
sidered, end that the motion be laid on the ta
ble, which motion was disagreed to.
Mr. WOODS, on leave, introduced H. B. 438
To exempt from sale under execution the prop
erty 01 tne muitia or mil Bute who may here
been mustered luto the eervioa of the United
States, while in actual eervioe, and for two
months thereafter. , . ....
Mr. WOODS movod that the rule be sus
pended, end the bill road a second time now,
which was agreed to, when the bill was read a
second time, and referred to the committee on
the Judiciary
o. B. 178 tor the repairs of the National
road, pending tne amendment of the select com
mlttee, to require that no gates shall be placed
within three miles of Columbus, and to require
tne roaa rea to be kept unobstructed for a widtn
of bu feet.
The first amendment was disagreed to. and
the second adopted; also, one requiring all con
tracts for stone 10 oe dp public letting.
Tne bin was then read a tnird time, when
Mr. HOWELL offered an amendment, ex
emptingju jmen going to court from tolle.which
was agreed to. ....
The bill was tnen Dieted teas 75. nara 1.
S. B. 276 To provide for the erection of an
asylum (or the deal and dumb, was eet for a
tbird reading on Tuesday next at 11 o'clock.
Mr. W K.1UH 1, of Marrow, from the commit'
tee on Currency, reported back H. B. 3B3 To
incorporate the Biult of Ohio, with amendments,
which were agreed to, wnen tne bill was set lor
a
in
be
of
I
a third reading on Tutxday next
On motion ot Air ULAKUSLUt;, II. II 331
"Relating to dogs," was taken from the la
ble and read a third time, when
Mr. BLAKESLEE explained that this bill
provided for tbe assessment of dogs like other
property, and also a full enumeration of the
dogs in the St to shall be taken, and that in
suiu for the killing of dogs no more shall be te
covered than their listed value.
Tbe bill wai tben paused yea 54, nays 27.
Tbe committee ou Municipal Corporations re
ported back H B. 436 To amend the City la
corporation Acts, when, after some discussion
tbe bill was rei err ee to nir. Hjrr, as a select
committee.
II. B 433 Supplementary to tbe act defining
the powers and duties of tbe Board of Public
Works, was read a second time and ordered to
be engreened and read a third time on Monday
U B.4B 1 o euspeud tbe operation ol see
tiocs 13 aud 14 (the special clauses) of the Sub'
Treasury bill was read a second time, and re
ferred to tbe committee ou rui.mce.
Tbe committee ou Publio Buildings reported
back 1L B 4uU lObbJliab the olhce of super
intendeut 01 tne state tijuse, with certain
amendments ol the Senate pendiug, which
amendments ere agreed to yeas 62, nays
9.
Mr. WELSH, from the select committee to
whom was referred S. B. 225 To amend the
Independent Treasury act, reported the same
back, with an amendment, which was agreed
to, when tbe bill was set lor a third reading on
Tuesday next.
Mr BURR, from tbe select committee to
whom was referred H. B 436 T amend the
City Incorporation act, reported tbe same back
wben
Tbe ti'l was panned yeaa 73, najs 7,
Mr. HAMILTON, from the committee on
Federal Relations, to whom was referred S
J. R. 113 Relative to a uniform standard of
weights and measures, reported tbe same back
wben the resolution was screed to.
Mr. WOODS, from the Judiciary committee,
reported back 11. a. 438 lo exempt Irom sil
under execution the property of Ohio Volun
teere, when in tbe V. b. service wben It w
amended, so as not to permit a levy upon pcrsou
al property, and passed yeas 82, nave none.
Messrs. Jonas, Patterson, Woods, Voris
Wrieht.of Hamilton, and Jewtap, asked and ob
tained leave to record their votes, onil. B. 146
tbe Military Bill and voted yea.
The House tben adjourned.
IN SENATE.
SATURDAY, April 20th, 1861.
to
After the minutes were approved, Mr. JONES
from tbe committee on rubllc Works, recom
mended tbat tbe Senate do not agree to House
amendment to S. B. No. 178 For the preser
vation and repair of tbe National Road. Agreed
to.
Tbe Senate took a recess nntil two o'clock.
OOlBtCTION.
An error occurred in yesterday's report,,
through displacement of paragraphs in refer
ence to the bill concerning jury fees. The correct
record is as ioiiows:
Mr. MONROE, from a select committee 00
H. B. 11 To regulate tbe fees of juries, recom
mended the calling of tbe yeaa and nays on
the third reading of Ihe bill, and tbe bill was
lost- ' - -
Those voting fcr third reading were Messrs.
Breck, Garfield, Monroe and Ready. All the
other Senators were against the bill.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, April 20.
the
tbe
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Messrs. TRUESDELL and DICKEY record
ed their vote yee, on tbe bill exempting from
execution the property of volunteers.
S. B. SC7 Making appropriations for the year
lBbi was read a third ume, wn eu a few amend
ments were mtde to the bill, when it was passed
yeas ti, nays 1.
Mr. A1UN AUAN offered a resolution direot
ine the Adjutant General to publish the militia
laws of the tate in separate form.
Mr. unuwnfc, or Miami, moved tbat
House adjourn till Monday at 3 P. Jtf., which
waa agreed to. .,...'
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The following remarks were omitted from!tbe
previous report 00 the passage of tbe War Bill
Kemaris 01 mr. r alluwo i --iv-.;
Mr. Sfiakik, we have assembled together
tbis morning on one or the most Important
caaions in tbe history of our country. . W
now about lo pertorm tbe most solemD act
the eventful history of our lives. An impera
tive duty rests npon ns, which we can not avoid
we must not shrink from our obligations
turn a deaf ear to our country's call. Tbat
flag, which was our fathers' pride tbe emblem
of unity, strength and liberty, has been dishon
ored and trampled under foot by traitors
would destroy this glorious Union. Tbe Capital
of our nation baa been threetened.ind Is now
imminent danger 1 be President, acting under
the authority of the Constitution of the United
State and tbe laws ot Congress, has leaned
proclamation, calling npon tbe different states
to send forth their sons in this hour of peril,
save our country from common ruin.
We are here lo day, sir, as the representatives
01 two minions and a nair ot free people.
not only speak for ourselves but for tbem;
wben we respond to tbe call of our names,
there be one hundred "yeaa" go forth to
people, without a single dissenting vote. .
the voice of Ohio be lor the Union, in tones loud
deep and long; which efaalt-reverberate among
tbe hills and along tbe Allegbeniee 00 tbe east,
and be echoed back across tbe great valleys
plains far away to the west, sir, if
Union is to broken no and " onr country
divided, bow will it be with Ohio 1
She ' will then torm the connecting ',
between tbe populous' east and tbe great
west. On the north, she is bordered by
waves or a great inland sea, on whose troubled
bosom floats the warlike fleet of a foreign
tion, soon perhaps to be onr foe. On tbe south
the waters of tbe Ohio would form tbe bounda
ry line between us and a country not our
Along tbat river would rage the deadly strife
a kindred people. Bat, Sir, If tbe worst Is
come, let us prepare for it. Let us open
tbe doors of tbe temple ot Mare, aud bar
back, nntil cur right are vindicated, -This
not the time now to grieve at the parting
friends; motners must give up their sons,
sisters send forth their brothers. , .
Io a few months a great change will
come ever our once fair and happy land. Many
borne, now tbe abodes of pence and comfort.
will then be made desolate. Many gray-haired
fathers and widowed mothers will be deprived
ot tbelr support In their decllmug years. Wld
ows and orphan will be deprived of tbelr
tectors In time of need; but such I toe
of item war. Wben human wisdom fails,
ns place eur hope in Him who bold the fate
nations and direct tne actions 01 men.
Mr. HilTCHCOCK said: , ,
Ma. SrxAKia, npon the proposition before
and npon whion the vote is about being-taken
and nes seemed
ft., we patn 01 ouiy w me does
11. plain.
110 , n,...u,, 11 ... L . 11
gene- tSSA
TT" r -
cheerfully, and withoai hMitiUloa, Awame
my share of the workv Terribly oppresslF do
1
feel tho weight of responsibility resting upon
me, and upon all called to act In this emergen
cy. Gladly would I avoid this responsibility,
yet it is resting npon me, and 'just as gladly,
leeiing it my duty, will 1 promptly act.
. It ia no time to think of the past, no time to
sock: for end explain causes. Effeote are upon
as, tne eventiui present is over ns, and tbe dark
ening future bids ni to prepare for and act npon
oomtog events.
We are in tbe midst of a war. about to vote
means for the prosecution of that war. Can I
do this? Yes: no other course is onen.
Feir.'ul'are tbe horrors of war, not alone npon
the tented field and in the battle hour, but in it
(series and sorrows entailed upon families and
friends, aud tendenoy for retarding civilisation
Not one sympathy of my nature but revolts at
its horrors, not one principle of my life but ob
jects to its tendency for demoralization and
wrong, not not one emotion 01 my neart beau
but for my country, and for freedom.-' Between
the two, cboioe must be made. I cannot hesitate.
Mr country first, last, all tbe time. '
The whole country, from tbe grand old hills
of New England, tbrongh the sunny South, and
over tbe mighty plains of tbe West, as one
country only can I look upon it.
- Wbat sacrincee cannot we an make lor ltf
Its greatness and power bas been onr pride its
Constitution we have loved, and its government
bas been the guarantee for untold blessings and
privileges. But all, all are endangered. Not
bv attacks from without-not from a foreign
foe. But from rebels at home. Traitors plot
ting against the government assume tbe right
of sovereign and independent action at will, and
tbreatea dissolution and overthrow ot tbe best
government ever known in tbe history of man
The P. eiident of the United State', Chief Eiecn.
tive olticer of the nation, issues bis proclama
tion, telling us, tnat "the laws of tbe United
Statos are opposed by combinations too pow
erful to be suppressed by tbe ordinary course of
judicial proceedings," and calling npen all loyal
States and citizens to aid in enforcing the laws,
and sustaining the Government
Whole States are in rmt.. Tbe booming
eancon opens Its fire of iron hail upon a South
ern fortress, and Sumter falls. Tbe Capital
of the nation is threatened with attack. Each
successive tbrob of the electric current brings
to our watching ears and saddened hearts iresb
proofs of the terrible spirit of rebellion exist
ing, and accounts or repeated insults to tne
eraod old fl nr. of tbe Union. We arebere to
answer that proclamation, are here to speak for
Ohio; Onio, through us, will speak. She dues
sseefc, in tones of thunder: "Stay your fratrici
dal band! Leave that flag to float, this Union
unbroken, aud our Government to stand!"
Her people are nocking to arms; the streets of
her Capital are thronged, and tremble beneath
ttirtr lirin and coundeut tread
By the bill before ns, we propose to arm, to
feed, and sustain them in deiending the state
aud aiding the uencral Uovernmeot In tbe en
forcemrrit ot law and defence of its property
promp tly, unitedly, hopefully, gladly let ns
pass it,
Mr. Speaker, with all tbe sadness tbe con
templation of tbe horrors of war, and of that
wurst of all, civil war, forces upon my heart.
I can but rejoice at wbat 1 see upon this floor
this morning. Tbat forgetting what we have
done, wbat we have said, wbat we may have
felt, when our country call, we can forget all
the past, jiio hand to band, press heart toy heart,
shoulder to ehoulder, and unanimously march
to the post of duty. Those who have been flat
tering themselves that Ohio would permit en
couragement to 'them in their treasonable pur
pose, must see their fatal mistake, that upon
her soil beats no heart but for freedom and the
Union. It is due lo the South tbat she under
stand our position. She cannot now mistake it.
Thus may Ohio ever, thus she will ever act,
and trusting in tbe Almighty Disposer
events, we confidently declare, Our Country now,
Unr Country forever. 1 ne Union, our uoverrv
men I, if mu$t,U$kall be preserved.
[From the Lounger of Harper's Weekly.]
ON THE WATCH.
,
tbe
are
and
old
who
in
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and
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and
let
that
Let
and
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and
have
let
of
us.
Governor Banks, of Massachusetts, recom
mends, in his last message, that the dome
tbe Boston State House be gilded. Tbat dome
I ihe most conspicuous object as you approach
tne city; and 11 1 seen from all tbe neighbor
ing heights, a the dome of St. Peter's i seen
from tb villa about Rome. Boston also sit
upon its three bills, dark and massive, like
feudal baron, 'sand tbe gilded dome would beon
ly like a glittering crown, reminding tbe feuda
tory villages around of tbe grandeur of their
lord. That lord ought toi be proud ef it sub
jects, for no city in the world bad ever a mot
thrifty, prosperous, Intelligent neighborhood
villages, which overlap and run into each other,
contented with themselves and proud of
whole.
Now if, some winter morning, when you wish
to get a little nearer to tbe secret of that thrift
and character, yon take one of tbe trains that
are Incessantly departing westward from Boston,
after crossing tbe Back Bay, and gliding through
tbe gardens of Brookline and Brighton, skirt-
ng the valley or tne unaries Kiver, yon will
find yourself in tbe pretty village of West
Newton. It is white and wooden, and neat and
cheerful, especially as yon see it the next mo
ment from the comfortable robes, wrapped
which you are slipping along the road behind
solid pair ot corses, making musio as they go
A ill uiviuium vriu juu w IU0 Tuau wnicu
winds above a broad basin of the Charles, npon
which they are cutting ice The surface of
river is furrowed by a horse and machine,
the process looks to yon like winter plowing
Bot yonder are spires amons the trees:
nearer, upon the very edge of the river basin,
Is a low, two-story buildmr, full of windows.
The spires are the spires of Waltbam, and
many-windowed building is the factory of
American Watch Company.
Of all the manufactures, that of watches must
be tbe most exquisite and delicate. But
should Europe make our watches? asks common
sense and tbe genius of American enterprise.
w ny snouid it 1 asks tbe American Watch Com
pany; and in this factory that Company is dem
onstrating why we should make them for our
selves.' And it is a very pretty and satisfactory
answer to a very plain question.
There are some two hundred and forty or
hands employed, of which about a third are
men, and only about a dozen in all are foreign
ers, mainly Englishmen; and Ibe workia almost
exclusively done by machinery, bot machinery
so delicate and beautiful tbat, when yonr mind
has become a little excited by observing the
and to yon inexplicable processed
the different shops, yon feel as If you had
the humra brain in fall play, thinking
watches.
The fineness of the work Is bewildering.
Here are screws of which a hundred and
thousand make a pound. Theyfare kept in
tie glass phials, like those of tbe Homeopathic
medicine esses. And here are shaving of
so fine that five thousand must be laid side
-u. . , . t
sine 10 maze an men. ana nere are measures
that will indicate tbe ten thonsandtb part of
inch. Here, with a flying steel point, touched
with a paste of diamond dnst, the inside of
floe bore of tbe "jewel" ar polishing;
here the gal VAnio process "sets ths pnr
npon the plates; while jnst beyond, wheels,
their outer rim studded with small wisps
brooms of brass wire, revolve with a velocity
that make tb room bum, and impart to
plates that sparkling, frosty complexion
is peculiar to tne inner plates or watches
' The precision of the work by machinery
methodize tbe whole basinets The Company
may have turned out about forty or fifty thou
sand watcnea, and tnese are an divided Into
ferent classes, sizes, die. - fot lust ance,
miv be a thousand or five thousand "found
lions" cut sod shaped to-day. . They ar all
actly or the tame size; each line In one corres
ponds with tbe same In all the oiher.
bole Is drilled in precisely tbe same ipot,
that tne isrew wbicn win it on bole 10
will perfectly fit tb eorespondinc hole in
So with tbe wheels alto; aud If your watch
California or Hindottan loses some sack
you bare only to send to tbe factory iu comber
and class, and yon have by return mall the
l-V . t ,. , a
wanting, vo you guess now it 11 packed!
thin layer of cork is cut open and tbe cart insert
ed; then it is olused and tied with a bit of
pat in an envelope, and dropped Into the
OUJoe
iw irtnetv-inav . aed ahashiaiI ba rni
throuRb the different work-eboptof the
KMl"-22l
an. f tbe oroee.se.: .There I. en. room-th.
o T..j . ' u;-L, .i ,
Salamander room J which the enamel for
411 1 set to e Itrvld larnaoe, and the neat
not less than a hundred degrees of Fahren-
.
'b .... , . , ,
And there Ii one pleasant Impression
pleasantestofall that yon bring away. .While
tbe munita variety of machinery seems ainiosi
self-Intelligent, tbe workmen and women Im
press you with the heartiest respecti and when,
as you pause in the office, you are shown the
beau tu ul waron tnat waa recently given ny tne
citizens of Waltbam to the wife of Governor
Banks, your are Irrealstably reminded the! be
came out of a factory iu this very town to be
Speaker In Congress and Governor of bis State;
and refleot that, as you have Just seen the mak
ing of watches tbat mark the time of day, so,
among we makers, you nave seen tbe men
whose intelligence and ability mark the tlmeof
our civilization and progress a time in which
tbe welfare of society is gettiog .to be more es
tablished upon toe only permanently sure basis,
the self respeot and intelligence of labor.
There are tbe spires ot Waltbam the pretty
town of West Newton and, whix! here are the
steep tiers of dark brick houses- rising to the
State House. You observe that Boston bas not
yet its gilt crown 00; but remembering what
yon have seen reflecting that now it is shown
that we lurnisn ourselves witn tne oest waiones
so much more . cheaply than when we import
them you will stop at. (he foot of the State
House long enough to say, "You deaervea crown,
because these things have been done under jour
eve and bv vour spirit." .
Tben, if you choose, you may rise and Invite
Beacon street to givo three cheers lor tqe twen
tietb oentury. . . , ,;., ,
1 1 1 1 , ... . . -
Goianscf'sBalii is one of tbe best remedies
for Headache we have ever known., .(.. '
ID All should read Prof.' Wood's advertise-
ment in another column. : '' '; ' . 1
GUERNSEY'S ; BA1.MI
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
of
BurrlKellogg
ve.
Theodore Oomitock
Master Comnussionef s : Sale.
Court of OommonPleas. .
etal.)
BY VIKTIW OF AN ORDER OV MALE
to me directed from the gunerlor Court of Frank
lin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for tale At the door of
Ibe Court llouee, in tbe city of Oorumbut, on -
Saturday, the 25th day of May, A. D. 1861
between the hoars of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'elock
P. M. the following desorilied real estate, eltuate In tbe
county ol Franklin, and State of Ohjo. and tnuihlp of
Sharon, to wit: l'art of Lot No, 33. Brctlon S, Townehlp
it, Hanire IB, United glutei Military land, bounded on Ibe
west by Ihe Worthinfrton and Uoiumbut plank road, on
tbe south hy laodiof John OrefCK, on the cut by the
tier line, and on the north hy the land or juoiet 8. Wll
klnenn.lconlAioinii 15 tcrue more or Ida. - ' 1 -
ALsU. Lot iioov except ADouiona nan an aora lying on
the weit tide and arijolnloo; theClrreland and Oolumbui
Hull Road, deeded to .Juin Glvei; laid Lot No. C0.be-
Inem cecttnnx. Townehip X, tttnn I a, United states
Military land, and bounded on ttieweitby tbe tier line.
on the louth by lanrtt of Orange Johnnon, on the eatt by
the lection line, ana on ine oonn ny nnai or Jttoies 0
Wllkloion conuinlnawacreemon" Irai.- . .
AppraUed At, Part cf Lot No XI.. A 50 uuper acre.
Lot No IS9. 35 till '.."'
. W HCFFMAN.Skerllf
ap90-dltw4t. and Waiter Commlreioner
Printer e fet AO-OO. . v-
Sheriffs Sale,--
lushe Meeker )
va. Pickaway Common Pleat.
James S. Seymour.)
BY TIHTtlE OF A WRIT OF VFUfDI
to me directed from Ihe Cnnrt of Common Pleat
Pickaway county, Ohio, t will offer ftf ea le al the door
the Court House, in the city ot Coluiubut, Franklin
county, Ohio, on . , . , .
Saturday, the 25th day of May, A. D.j 1861,
between the hours of 1.0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.m.
tht following described real estate, tituate in tbe county
of Franklin. State nf- Ohio, and Madison town
ship, to wit: 90 acres of land In range SI, township
section 3. part oisoutn-eaat quarter. -Alto, nityieveo
and one-hair aoreeor land In range 51. township
section 10, part of the east part ot the north-eait quar
ter.
Appraised al: Tb IW acre tract at e50 per acre.
.. 57 . ft 40 .
0. VV. HUFFMAN, eherte.
aprll!0-ltd4tw. By C. Davis, Deputy.
I'rlnler'i fees 1.50.
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IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOdTON AND GALWAY.
The following new and magnificent first-class paddle1
wheel Btraruibips compose the above line.
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, J. MiCtT
(Formerly of the Collins Line ) .
HIBERNIA, 4.400 tons burthen, Capt. N. Paowsu,
COLUMBIA, . 4-410 " " . H. LxtTCH.
ANOLU, 4..I00 " " Nicboiaoh.
PAumO. fctKI " " " I. Sana.
ritlNUO ALBLvtr. (crew.;
3.3WI " " - J.Walkib.
Om of the abive ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oalway. car
rying ine govarament main, touching at Bt. Johns,
N. F. .
The Steamers of thii line have been constructed with
the greatest care, under the aupeiiialonof the govern
ment, bare water-tiKht compartment, and Ar unexcel
led for comrort, safety and speed by any ateamem afloat.
They are commanded by nbl and experienced ofBoera,
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
of paasengert.
Au experienced Surge in attiched to each skip.
KATES OF PASSAGE.
First-clir N. Y. or Boston to'Gilway or Liverpool 1100
Bucond-class. " ." " .
Firtt-claas, " "'' to ftf John's '
Thlrd-clast, " " . to Oalway or Liverpool,
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, -- -
Third-clase passengers are liberal ly supplied with pro
visions of the best quality,. cooked aod served by the ser
vants of Ihe Compacy.
II ETLIt. TICKETS. .
- Parties wishing to send for their friends from tht
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway,
Ireland, or from the principal cities of Kngland and Boot
land, at very low rates.
Passengers for New York, arriving by tbt Boston
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
For passage or further Information, apply to
WAV U. W1CKHAM,
At tht office of Iht Comnany. on the wharf, foot
Canal street. New York. t -,- .
U0WLAN0 ASFINWALL, Agents.
upilllB dCia.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE; GOODS
AT STORE
Town Street, "
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR! I WARM!
f-VWINO TO THE WAR HETWEEN
J tbe Union and the bunny South, I bar concluded
so aeii out , , 1
ALL MT'fl 0 0 D 8 , ;,
BELOW COST.
The stock consiitt ot tht largest lot of
WHITE GOODS,
' ' In the city of Columbus; ,
JACONETS, - ,-- -.( !.,
CAMBRICS, - . - "
BRILLIANTS,
ESaEBALDAB, ' "
in.it,-
,: PLAIDS, -
8011 PIKISH CAMBRICS, . ' ? .
COlLARd, EUQINGS, SKIRT BRAID,
HOSIFRY, FINS, BUITOHS,
8TJBPEBDERJ, HOUKS AND EYES, ;
and all kinds ef . .4 , .lc -..
NOTIONS AND SM ALL WARES; '
the best lliiOP SKIKXa iu Columbu, and At
v foseetf prico, -; , -( , ,
Wholesale and Iletall. ; ; (
Then, ladlet. all, both great and small, ' c.
Come, gin m a call, - . ..v . 1
And then yooMI find A. M. K. BtorRA i
In All his Glory. . . .
A. M. K. STORRIB, Agent,
Remember the Wer I Mo, (W Town ttreet,
eprll:drim Columbus, Ohio.
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
TWJn.9 ",
mane m uie me onicers or inn nana, rfinnaryxsnn,
wn, to wit: w. a. Pltt, rnsident.'and twoma
Moontt. Cashier, resigned Oielr officei. David Taylor,
T?,' 'll"1 tlMUi President and Wai. a. Piatt
pointed Oaehler.
order of the Board of Director!.
fsbi, levi-dtr. w. A. ffcATT, Caibler.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
.".--.aa. OAUD. -.,4. V
TjjPIHB AMI RIO AN WATCH COMPANY; of WAlt
ham, Uaae.) begs to call the attention of the publio to
the following emphatic reoramendatloa of Waltbam
Watchet, by the leading practical Watchmaker! and Jew;
elere throughout the United BlaUt. The enUre Hit ot
tlgnatntts to It "li 1 quite too long for publication In ont
advertisement; bat the names preitnted will be reoog-
ntaad by those acquainted with the trade At being in the
highest degree re pec table and And Influential. At their
establishments may always be found the genuine Watch-
as ot the Oompany's manufacture, In great variety.
Signature! from many cities and towns not fully rep
resented la this Hit will appear lo a future advertise
ment. ...
" : 10 TM FTJBLIO,
Theundenlgned, practical Watchmakers and dealers In
Welches, haying bought and sold American Watches for.
a numbs r of years put, and having dealt In all k Uuls of
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, be to
stats that they have ntvtr eealt In Wttchet which, as a
elats, or In Individual iastaens, have been rnoreratlt
factory to themselves or customers, whether In respect of
durability, beauty of Bniah, mathematically correct pro-
"
amnnanntlon and ,1ln.tmnt ' ni nt
1 r . , . r- , t
fin Umo-ktmtng rnvitt, than those manufactured by
of
of
75
35
30
old
In
of
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the Waltbam Company.
N. 1. CRITTgNDEN, .
WM. BLYNN, . 4 r
JAM KB J. ROSS, ' y
H. JKNKINB at CO., ' '
BKOOB At SMITH. ' '
WM. WILBONMcwftBW, v
DUUMI at CO., - .i
0.080 AMP, . .
0 PLATT. J
KINO Ac BROTH I R,
T. At m. U. KDWABJJB. .
F. J. ALIXANDaB.
JOHN H. MOEbU,
A. lllur if L.ISK, , , , .. , .
W. U. RICHMOND,
B. D. KAYS,
A. B. 8ILLHTT,
S. T. LILLKSTON, ., ,
J. B. OURBAN,
i. W. BHOWN, i
B. TOBIN.
BAS8R At HUL'MAN,
A. P. BOYNTON, , k
WM. M. MAYO, . '
l.NORTHKY, , .
A. W. FORD,
WM.80HBRZER
J. M. FOX,
WILLARD JtHAWLKI, .
N.HAIQHT,
H. ex D. ROBEJIBIRO,
Q. A. BTJHR CO.
I. 8. KTIKNRKIMKB.A; CO.
WM. B. TAYLOR,
W. W. 1IANNAU.
H. R. H. C. OARPUJTI R,
HOPKINS At KVAN8,
HAlUilT At LBACII,
JAMKSHYDB,
JOHN H. 1VK8,
WILLIAMS et CO.,
J. N. BENNKT,
A, 8. STORM 8.
WM. B. MORGAN,
HKNDKRSON BRO'B
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD at PUTMAN.
JKNNINGS BHO S
JOHN J. JENKINS,,
W. H. WILLIAMS
A. WARDBN,
L. 0. DUNNING,
CHAB. B. WILLARD,
W. P. BINOHAM At CO.
OIIAS. 0. FRKNOII.
J. NcLANB,
C. A. DIOKENPEN. ,
Q. II. BA800M St CO.,
J. M. BTAN8H.
ADOLPH MYERS,
THRU. F. PIOKERINO
OKO. DOTY,
M. B. BMITH
A. B. VAN OOTT,
JOHNXLKINS, .
U.N. 8HBKMAN, -8.
O.BPAOLDINOV
W.A. 8ILB8,
RRINIMAN AtMBTKAN1,
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.
W.T.KOPLIN.
OKO. W. 8TKIN,
OKO. B. TITUS.
HKOKMAN At YOHKk
oko. ersiN,
K. J. LA8CKLLI,
SAM'LOARMAN,
JOSEPH LADOMtTB
J. J. BLAIR,
GEO. W. McOALBA,
FRANCIS 0. PwLACB7H
0. M.IZAHN,
OEORGI HEI.LBR,
f. P-HKLLSB, '
1. AUGHINBACGn,
8 T. HOFeHAN,
J. 0. BANNA,
0. T. ROBBRTS,
J- 0. DOLON,
0HA8. L. FIB1IRR,,
B. M. BU OLAIa,
R. At A. PKTER8QIT,
DAVID LAVJiRACC,
W. I. BAB,
BNOOH F. BIiT,S,
HBNRY b. j axis,
T. B. LITTLE,
CARSON St BRANNON,
THOS. UOWBKI.
A. Ws PYLB.
BIMPtON attRICI,
V. W. SKIFF.
J. At A.GABDNB
W.O. DEFRIBS.
MAURIOI t HENRY.
JEHU 8YLTB8TIR,
J X. SCOTT at CO..
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
B.A. YOOLER,
V. W.LEINBBOK.
J. W. MONTGOMERY, v ,
RENJ. K. COOK,
8. CIIILD8,
DEXTER at HABKIN8.
I D. TI8DALE,
AI.BIRT PITTS,
BLLIS OIFFOItD.
F. W. MACOMBEB,
J.J BURNS,
JE8BH SMITH,
T.M.LAMB,
8. N. BTORY,
LEVI JOHNSON.
ANDREW WARREN.
0. W. FOOO,
AMOS SANBORN,
JOHN BARTON,
JOHN McGREOOR,
W. M. ROOT. - -
JOIINB.B00TT, -, '.
N.MOODY.
WM. KIRKHAM. Jr.,
L.D.ANTHONY 4k CO.,
PELEQ ARNOLD,
THOMAS STKELR Ac CO.. '
HEMINGWAY Ac STIVXNS,
WM. ROGERB It BON,
0. J. MON80N, -E.
BENJAMIN, ' r
J. B. KIRBY,
OEOROR BROWN,
B. B. HUNTINOTON k CO.,
1. A. WOODFORD,
H. D. II ALL.
JOHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON,
J. 0. BLACKMAN,
JAB.R. AYKK8, '
SHERBURNB SHAW,
L. R. HANDERKON,
I. KNIGHT.
N. 0. CARE,
GEO. W.DHRWfcCO.,
B. J.MELLI8H, ' '
W. 0. O. WOODBURY, .
REUBEN BPENCBR, '
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD GOVE, '
JONATHAN HOBMH,
N. W. GODDARD,
OHA. X. BACON,
I. M. BARDISON. -
TWOMBLY At SMITH,
MOSES M. SWAN,
J. A MERRILL
JAME8 EMERY,
SIMEON BLOOD,
HENRY H. HAM,
ROBERT N. BODGE, .
HBNRY McKRNNBY, -'
J.T. HOWLAND,
TOMPKINS It MORRIS.
0. 0. WILLIAMS. .
0. 8. AO. L.R00KR9,'
D. X. LUOk,
D.O. HALL. .
BRINSMAID tt HILDRlTff,
0. H, HARDINO,
T. 0. PHINNIt,
A. A. MB AD, ; , ,
3. 0. siATES, '.;'..,'
J.H. MURDOOK, . , .
0. 0. CHILD,
0. H. HUNTINGTON,
riisrtauauw,
W. K. Wat.LAOl,
LEAND8 AMADON,
O. B. JKNNINGS
GRKOOR et CO.,
B.OOCKRKLL,
A. N. HALL,
ROBERT WILKIB
Oleveland, .
OolumBus,:
Zanetville,
Cincinnati, '
i - i , .
Delaware, -Warren,
Chicago,.
La Balle, ; .
Peoria, ,
Blooming ton
Decatur, '. '
BpriogSeld, . -Qutncy,
,
Galena,
Jacksonville,
Obtrry Grove
Freepor ,
Peru,
Canton
Syracuse, .
Newburgh,
Rochester,
! Ohio.
III.
N. Y.
.Utlca, .
Hudson,
Troy.
Oiwega, ,
Auburn, r
Falrport,
Canaodalgua,
,
Poughkeepsie,
Batavla.
Amite rdim,
Baratoga,
Allnny,
(,
Goshen,
Penn-Yan,
Cataklll, '
Indianapolis,
Ind.
Richmond,
Terra Haute,
fullivan.
Plymouth,
Kalatnasoo,
Detroit, r
Mich.
Mllwaukeo,
jiacme,
iieloit,
Janetrllle, '
Prairie duChleb
PitUburgh, ;
Norristown,
i, .
Xsslon, '-
Allentown,
Westchester,
Williamipoit,
Chester, .: .
Lebanon, :
IlarrUbui'g,
York, T ,
Lancaster ' ,
Reading
Obambertburg,
Oreensburg,
Newcastle,
Rbensbnrg,
Mauch Cbunk,
Ashland, -Indiana
-BcrantoD,
Pateraon,
Newark,
Borden town,
Trenton,
Cumberland, -Pulaski,
,
Nuhville, -Bpringaeld,
Clarkivllle,
Savannah
Bt. Lout
Wli.
Pa.
N. J.
Md-
Tenn.
Oa.
l Mo.
Va.
tl
N. C.
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B. 0.
. Whetllng.
Richmond,
Balem,
4.
Newberry.
Northampton, Mats.
New Bedford,
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Taunton, . "
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Fall River,
i
Gloucester, '
Salem '
Worcestor.i . , . "
Wallham,
,
Lowell,
, Lynn,
' Lawrence
, riltineld,
Greenfield,
fprintfield,
Providence, ' .
X, Greenwich.
R. 17
Me.1
UartforJ, Conn.
' New DaviD,
, Danbnry, ,' ,
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MlddliUwa, " '
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New London,
Bridgeport, ''
Water bury,
Banbernton. N. Hi
. Concord, . , "
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rianover,"' ft ': '
OUremout,
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Xxeler, (i "
Laconla, . " i
Nathna, .. .
Dover,
. Bo. Berwick,
Baoo, .
Auguita; '
Portland,' 1
Baokiport,
Rock und, - '
Perttmouth, .' .
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Auburn, ' 5?:.
. Btb, -;t
. Bangor,, ,
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Gardiner, ,-,. .
lloultoa,
, Ltwlaton, , '','
Burlington, i
Bradford, , s
Mootpeller, ., ,
Northfliia, , ...
Woodstock, ;
8t. Johctbory,
Bt. Albau,.,,,,.
Chelsea,
Newbury, 1
Bellowt Falls,
Now Orleec,
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Nitcbe,'i ',
Mllford.
Toronto, ' "
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La.
Mlu.
Del.
0. W.
. ; ,1
OAtmoN. As ear Watch It new extensively counter
felted by foreign manufacturer!, we have to inform
public that Bo Watch Is ef oar production Which It unac
companied bye eertifleete of tenulneoeti, bearing the
number of tht watch, and signed by our Treasurer,
X. Robblnt, or by ear prtdteeston, Appleton, Tracy
co.;-: i r , .---.:.,..
Al thtse watches ars for tale by Jewelers generally
throughout tht Union, the Amtrlean Watch Company
do att SflllcH orders forttsgle watebes. - . , R l'L
jftjlKVn . Wbbins Aratpflf,';-i
Wholesale Agents, Re. in Broadway N Y.
ap0:4 i9,4.stt.,w.S. If .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, BOW RESTORED.
JUBT TTJBTjIBMED, ON TUB NATURE, TREA
MENT AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHEA -or
nominal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness, In -voluntary
Emissions and Impotency, resulting from
Self-abuie, etc. By Robt. J. Culverarell, M. D. Bent
under seal, In a plalo envelope, to any address.poit
Said, on receipt of two itamps, by Dr. C1IA3. J.O
LINE, 187 Bowery, NewVork. l'oitOuice Box, No
4,oB6. mai'Jl:3mdfc
ifiorr ax'8 liirti riL.i.H.
In all eases of oostivenen, dyspepsia, billions and liver
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, obitl
nate bead aches, and all general derangemente of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a oertatn and speedy
remedy. A single trial will nlace the Life Pills beyond
the reach ofcomptUlion In the estimation of every pa
tient. Dr. Moflat'a Photnii Bitters will be found equally ef
ficadout In all oases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness Incident to females Indelicate health,
and every kind of weaknesi of the digestive organi.
lor tale by Dr. W. B. AlOFFAT, 335, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Drntrirlste mayVS-dAiwly
The following' it an extract from a
Utter written by the Itev. J. 8. Holme, paster ol the
Plorrepolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y., to
tbe ''Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volumes lu furor of that world-renowned medicine, Mrs .
WiAtiow't BooTUina SYHcr rox Cuiuiain Tsnmrtoi
' "Woaeeau advertlsment In your eolumnt of Mil
Wisjslow's Hootbimo Byruv. Now we never aaid a word
In favor or a patent medicine before In our life, but we
HtTNNE WELL'S
UNIVERSAL
couan
REMEDY.
HTjmnSWELL'B
TOLU
feel compelled to eay to your readers that this lino bum
bug wi naviTRitn it, and kiow it to aa all it
claims. It iaproliably one of the most lurcessfnl medl
duel of the day, because it it ont of the best. And those
or your readers who bav babies can't do better than
lay ma supply.- ocOTilydAtw
For alt XII HOAX ana
t.rjNQ COMPLAINTS,
including WHOOPING
CO UU It, and every
Complaint the forerun
ner of, and even actnal
CONSUMPTION.
Tho O rent NEUHAI..
GI4J KErrlKUV and Nat.
ural OPIA'I K, adapted
to every apociea o( Ner
vans Complaint, Ner
vein nnd Chronic
Headache. K lieu ma
lum, Catarrh Xooth
und Ear Ache, l oss of
ANODYNE, plaint.
No rati Justice can be done the above preparations
but hy procuring and rending descriptive pamphlets,!
be found with all dealers, or will be eent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula and Trial llottlca seot to Physi
ciaci, who will flud developments In notb worthy thelf
acceptance and approval.
Uorresponder.ee sc. lit-1 ted from all whose necessities ol
I cariosity prompt! to a trial of the above reliable Reme
dies, -
For sale by the usu.il wholesale and retail dealer
I everywhere.
JOHN I.. II17NNEWEM,, Pronrieto
CHFMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Robert! A Samuel, N. B. Mnrnle, J. R. Cook, J. M
Denlg, G. Denlg At Bom. A. J. Schueller A Son, Apenti
for Columlms. Ohio. myl-dly
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MALL
STEAMERS
TO AN O FH!I
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
antl
jsrmxKr YonK.
The Montreal Ocean Eleamsbip Company'! first-clan
full-powered Clyde-built Steamer! sail every- Nata
orday from tuktlanu, carrying tne uanauian ana
United Statet Mall And passengcri.
NORWEGIAN. NOUTn AMERICAN,
IIOIIKMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIKUllNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVA 8C0TIAN. .
Shortest, Cheapest and Unlckcat Con
veyance front
AMERICA TO ALL PAETS OF ETJSOPE.
Ilatos of I'nHsttce to Kutxjpo,
!r?30, see, seo.
Will tall from LTVERPODL every Wednedayy
and from QUKHEQ every atnrday , ealling at
L0NDONDKIUIY, to receive on hoard and hu d Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
JL'Thtae Steamen are built of iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of pssiengers. As tliey proceed direct to LONDON
DKKY, the gieat rlfk end delay of calling at St. John's
Is avoided.
Glasgow passengers are fnmlshed with ran passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket! granted at reduced rates.
Certificate! Issued for carrying to and bringing out par
tengert from all the principal town! of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, hy thia line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK OF SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every wetk.
Sight Draft for t and upward pay-,
able iu England, Ireland, Scot
land or Waloa.
For ta4ge. apply at the Office. 23 nilOAfi-
WAY, New lerk, and li WAXIill ST.
Liverpool,
8ABEL 8EAEXE, General Agents,
I Or w- J, If. ARMSTRONC, :
! nolO-lydAw Statesman Olflce, Columbni, Obiov
GREAT CUBE.
. DR. LEL AND'3
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheamatism, Goat and Neuralgia,.
AND A SURE CURE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Ii a oonvenlently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without.
Injury to Ihe most delicate persons; no change In habit,
ol, living is required, and it entirely removes the dis
ease from the system, without produciog tht Injurious,
effects arising from the use of powerful internal medl.
cinei, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By tills treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In the Band come In contact
with Ihe blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of ihe skin, effecting In erery Instance a perfect euro,
and restoring the parti illlictrd to a healthy condition.
This Band Ii also a most powerful Anti-Mircurul agent,
and will entirely relieve the system from the perniuiovt
effects of Mercury, Moderate cases are cured In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving. Xestimoniali of its
ctllcacy In aggravated canes of long standing,
Paica Si.uO. to be bad of DrugUti generally, or cm
be lent by mall or express, with full direction! for nse,
to any psrt of tbe country, direct from tbe Principal.
Office,
Ko. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
, G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietor...,
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
HJ" Ag-cnt AVantod Everywhere.
m!.28
NOTICE.
1
.
TU E PAItTNEUSHIP HERETO
fore existing between the subscriber! in this oily co
der Ihe firm of McKee A Rcstleauz expired by limitation
on tbe first day of April, 1WJ1. Wm. II. Rettieanx,
will continue the business at the lamo place, No. 34 North
HI ijh street. Me will pay all claims igaioil the firm,
and collect all the debti, nslog the firm name for that
purpose only.
' JAB. M. McKRX,
WM. II. RKoTIJiAUX. ....
Columbui, 0., April 10, ItWI. . -. a - 'i
I have loldtoWm. II. Reitleaux my Interest In tho
butinesi of the late firm of McKee At Reatleanx, and
hereby recommend him to the continued favor aod con
fidence of the publio. - JAS. Al. AlcKEX,
Columbus, 0., April 10, 1P01.
f
the
B.
A
WM.'II. JtESTIEAUX, ;i.
NO, 34, NORTH niGII STREET,
Columbus, Ohio,
DEALER IN . "".',' V
FINE AND STAPLE GROCERIES, '' ':"'."','
PRODUCX, PROVISIONS, FRUITS, '.
FLOUR; SALT. LIQUORS, ' '
WOODEN WARE, ''
... . COttDAOE, ETC., ETC.
aprllVMwd. ' " -
WM, KNABE & CO.,
AT Tllf lU WKW. MAI.Ef-,--""!
JiOOH, HO. 11 BA.LTIMOHKtiT.lf--trA
HOB. 1. S, 6 and 7 N. IDT AW STEUT, . ,,
Offer for aale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
... GRAND .. - - -AND
SO. ARE
" PIANO-FORTES. "
' Being highly recommended by the first Profeeaort an
Musical Amateunof the country, and "
BVXRY . i ' V- "'.
INSTRUMBNT , .'
, WABRANTBDyOB
yivf YIArB.
Tht tnoit fastidious enitomtr Buy rely upon being
pleased In every reayect. - ..,i m
Zerma liberal . WM , KNABX m CO.
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