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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY . 18uX
Victor Emanuel's Title.
lathe IU1I Filament sitting; at Turin, a
dlaouealon oee,'on tbo 15th of April, upon the
bill In regard to the form under which the name
of Vioroa Emabcm, a King ot Italy, ihould
bead publlo deeda aad-dooumetaAn objection
wai made to the use wf tho worde -Dd atf t
Indicating that Yroro EAWr H p8. "bJ
the Grace'of God," eavorin to 0!
the principle of Divine Bight. It wae replied
that U wonld be a serious thing to eliminate the
old formula" "bf the 5reoe of God," and that it
certainly eho'uld'not be expunged from the con
science of tbeTpeoplef! I wa. evente.nr de
cided that the1 u.e of the word. De OraH.
ihould be continued? ,r,;j ;: 'v r -fV
Another question also arose at to the King
designation at View., E.n0il " Jw
E-oxtlVwhowatWntal759 and died !n
1824, reigned from 1802 toJ82l at King oJ, Sar
dinia, andwagrand'uooTe 6f Victor Emanuel
II., whose reign commenced in .1849. It wae
objected in the Italian Parliament to the latter'i
assumption of .lb title, at King of Italy, of
VicToa Emanuel II .that it would be contidor
nnntlnuinir the line of Victor Emanuil I
.a .wit mlphi he' eaW- hat thoDoketTof
Savoy regarded their Importance lessened by be
coming Kings or Italy.-On tho ether tide,
precedents were cited in favor of the propriety
f ,nf.rtinir the tWe. of ViOToa Emasuil II.,
and it was urged tbat as the present King
... ..
- ..J llfai In 1 Call An
Italy bad rietea nis crown . .
nationality, be should have eomething ieft
common with tbe traditions of hit lamiiy.
It wet finally agreed that the. title should run
wVicroa Emandxl II., by the Grace of God,
King of Italy.". f ,. ,. -. , , , . .,
The Object of the War.
It cannot bVtoo carefully borne in mind"
the nresent military array on the part of
Federal Government la not designed to operate
against slave State or against slaveholders
inch: but that itt only legitimate aim and pur-
note it to out down rebellion against the
atltatlonal authority of the Government, and
vindicate the Constitution and laws Of the Union.
It it not a morat or religious crusade for
extermination of slavery or any moral or polit
ical institution which Individual States are
mittl. b the National Constitution, to estab
lish and maintain; on the oontrary, It it aa
terprise for securing to the seceded Statet
tbe people of those Statet their constitutional
right, which have been overridden by the eeces
sion mov
The Federal Government makes no war
States at Such, but upotf persons in arms against
ita authority1.1 It recede all the States at
in the Uuion, and refntet to repudiate or allow
any one of them to sever its connection with
' .. . I a.. .. . . r. T 1.
great family oe union. it simpij bocks
repel and qniet resistance to its constitutional
and lawful authority, and when that is done,
the sword will be theathed, tbe troops disband
ed, and the old Union go on peacefully and
mnnlonslv At before, each State regulating
peculiar lawe and Institution!, according to
will of ite people, under the Constitution of
United States. ' ' ' "
UTThe third Committee" of Conference
the Canal lease bill being unable to agree npon
a report fee Housw.on yeeterday receded from
ite disagreemet w Senate, amendment!
tbe HwweWll. twi: agreed to the same,"thu
KAMinir a bill providing for a lease of tbe
nals bv publio auction, on' the 29th of May.
W learn that tome of tbe senator! wno voted
for the bill tre very much chagrined became
the House pasted it! It wai tho opinion of
House that the bill at amended by the Senate
wai impracticable, and hence the effort to amend
it. If this be to, Senator! need bave no fears;
but npon this point we are not prepared to
an opinion, until tbe bill at pasted
published. We hope it it inch a one as
warrant partiee to make bid nnder it, and thus
dispose of thil vexed question.
Go Home.
Wt wrasst iy hop that that body of tavern at Colnm
bos, nwa aa tbt Ohio Legtatotur-., will btd each othtr
an affecUonate farewell and o faoB to their devoted
wlreaand chlldran There inwmt geod oeo la
LegUlatore, but they are the eicepUone to tbe rale,
If BalTAMIon waa offered them on the aeme term It waa
Bodoaaand Oonorrob. we sincerely tellevo the
Uouee would be In Imminent daofter of deetroctton by
shower of Are and brimitoat . ixiow uateiu, Jtay
When it it remembered that the Scioto Ot-
tett it the leading Republican paper, in
valley, the above remark have a peculiar sig
nificance. We have not a very high opinion
the Legislature, but we hope it it not In a con
dition of inch extreme peril a theCawfte thinks
it ii. We concur with tbe Giuto in tbo opin
ion that the members should bid each other
an affectionate farewell and go borne."
UjWe am reqaeited to eay to tbe Wide Awakes
o there, btrlnf in their poeeeaelon tbe oil elothoapea ueed
leet rail, Uuvt ir wey win leave uea at we oiaeey noaee
this evening, or by 8 o'clock to-morrow morning, they
will betaken to Camp DensUoa-for the nee of our Vol
unteer!, who are badly in need of such article!. Bmall
paekaicea will alio ba taken gratia, and delivered prompt
ly. We hope tbat our eittiens will attend to Ibis.
Zatusvillt Couritr, May 8. -7- $ A
Ii wonld look much better if the Wide
Awaket were in tbe Camp in prqriaptr$ona,
with their oil cloth capee on their own shoulders.
They were exceedingly expert last ' Jail in their
fancy drl'ls, and with tbe advantages thug ac
quired, th ould bave been the first to respond
the call., for . volunteers. , Bat the Democrat!
were ahead of them in every locality. There is,
however, still an opportunity, and the Wide
Awakes should promptly respond to the .call
the Government for , three years' men. : They
ihould stand by tbe President of their own
choice. .-.:! -.. ' f 1 ;.-
D"Tb Governor hu appointed CoL C- P- Bocx
iifOBAM to the post of Commissary General
Ohio, in pi Ace of Gio.W . Runt a, resigned.' Mr.
BocxmoiAM ha a military education, having
gone through the regular course at West Point
He ii a good basinet man, of elevated charac
ter, and will toon bring the Important branch of
th terries committed to bU charge into system
end efficiency. The appointment i one fit to
b mad. .r.'j: :..' )- r.'i . "'- -I
Gov. Dxnmsoii bat also appointed Dr .Shp
maks Surget General. .sDr. 8. hat been sur
geon In the V. S. Army, end rank high in bit
profession. - -
.I'l- : ' 1 f.-'T
iLrW bav received a communication from
member of Mr. Woods' church, commenting
with proper severity on tbe articles Of tbe Jour
nal of yesterday and to-day. It waa handed in
too lata for Insertion, and Indeed we do not
know that it it necessary, There It but one
opinion among the good, people of Columbue
about the conduct of tho oKfnaf, and that I
in condemnation of it. ,
sja?Th fidelity And loyalty of, Gsn. Hamey
hinr 'beeo qoestipned la some quarters, we
have thought U but just to him to publlib bit
recent letter to.Col..O. Fjxon, St. Louis, Mis
souri. It will bo" found elsewhere In our col-
umns,w.v,,,
Letter from Gen Harney—He Declares his Determination
to Support the United States
Government.
Washington. Wednesday Mn 1, 1861.:
m. m Th raDort oi mi axreei
t
,
Harnera Ferrr. by persone as9omtnt; ieo fcet
under autborlt of the Stte of Virginia, mi
no doubt reacAea you. . wot.
atelr directed my release, with assurances flis
li .h. .t of hU inbordlnateB. and t
Dressing regret at their mistake or abuse of hit
authority. The kind attention and civility re
kin. (mm h MMrtthat accom-
iii m. .nit athiw diitineuished citizent ot
F. '.Tl-.r. 'A f,(nH .hom I there
met.compenssted for any personal troubleor
annovance: jet I cannot bnl feel deep morUB-
.. ' .- i ik.i ... un.. oli mi M hula
rtaffDS: anyoni to'suoh a- to
dent. It hst furnished occasion for mistake or
i...n.M.tiih in raanpnt to m views and
sentiments, which a sense of duty rtqulreo to
be promptly corrected. No better mode occurt
L. ,iT.n k. . i.tt ariHrniaed to vourself. at
an esteemed nersonal friend. .
It bat been represented through the public
d .v.. t . a,iiino nrianner to the State
.1 vi !.... h.t T AaaivnaA tn rMlirn mv com-1
mission in the United States Army, throw off!
my allegiance to the Federal Government, and
;nin tiiA fnrPMtnt thn Confederate States.
r ortj-two years i nave Deen in iue uuumvj
service of the United States, and have followed
dnrint? all that time but one flag tbo flag of
our Uuion. I have teen it protecting our fron
tiers. ml trnaniini? our coasts from Maine to
Florida; f have witnessed it in the smoke of
battle, stained wiln tbe blooa ot gauant men,
leading on to victory; planted npm tne strong;
holds, and waving in triumph over the capital
of a foreign foe. My eyes have beheld tbat
flag affording protection to our Statea and Ter
ritories on the Paoifio. and commanding rever
ence and respeot from hostile fleets and squad
rons, ana irom loreign uovernmenw, never tv
hibited to an? other banner on the globe. Twen
ty start, each representing a btate, nave neen
I ii j i : mnA Mila
1 ftOaPQUllIlAl DADUtr UUriUZ 111 i:itiwci.uu uuuv.
iu foldg t haT, aTanced from the rank of Lieu-
in
j
the
at
to
tbe
per.
en
and
tenant to that which I now hold. The Gov.
eminent whose bonort bave been bestowed upon
me, I tnau scree the remainder of my eaji
The flag whose glories I bave witnessed, shall
never be forsaken by me wmie i can tune
blow for Itt defence While l have oreatn,
shall ba readv to serve the Government of
the United Statet, tnd be its faithful, loyal sol-
dler. v: - . '
Without condemning, or in anv degree criti-lbeen
cisiog, the course other persons have deemed
nroner to cursue in tne sresent juncture, my
line of dntv is plain to mv own heart and judg-
ment. Tbe course ot events that have led
the deplorable oondition in which our country
now stands, hat been watched by me with pain
fnl interest.- Perceiving tbat many of my lei-
low-citizens In tbe Soutbern btater. were ait-1
upon
still
the
.
w
its
the
the
on
to
Ca
the
ex
press It
to
tbe
and
to
a
the
of
contented with tbe Government, and desired
tome change to protect them from existing evils,
my feelings have been strongly averse to ooer
cion. and anxious for some compromise or ar
raogement tbat would restore pesos and har
mony. Tne provisions ot me federal ionsuiui
tion afforded, in my judgment, ample means
redress through a Convention of all the Statea,
which might adopt amendments that would re-
oonoile all differences, or if tbat could not
accomplished, might provide for peaceful sep-
aration in a manner becoming friends and broth-
red.' So lone aa thn bope of peaceful settle'
ment of our troubles could be indulged, I bave
felt it to be tbe wise duty of tbe Federal Gov
ernment to bear with patience outrage! tbat
other Government could bave endured, and
forbear any execution of force until the last
hoc denarted. ' '
But when the Confederate States, with teven
thousand men, nnder cover of strong fortifica
tions or impregnable batteries, assailed a starv
ing garrison ef seventy meor in Fort Sumter,
compelled the banner of tbe United Statea to )
lowered, and boasted of ita dishonor before the
world, the itat of the question was imme
diately changed. Instead of the Government
coercing States demanding redress of grievan
ces by constitutional means, tbe case wat pre
sented of revolutionists waging war against
their government, seeking ita overthrow by force
of armi,assailiog public property by overwhelm
ing force, laboring to destroy the Uvea of gal
lant officer! and soldiers, end dishonoring , the
national flag. - Tbe question sow before
it.whether the Government of the United Statet,
with its many blessings and past glories,
shall be overthrown by the military dictatorship
lately planted ana now bearing away in the
Confederate States! My hand cannot aid in that
work.
. Finding onrselvea in a state of civil war, ac
tually existing or rest approaching, some oi
brethren in arms, citizent of seceding States,
and for whom I have the highest personal re
spect, bave considered it their duty to throw
their commissions and follow their Statet.
tbat view of duty I cannot concur. As an officer
of the army and a oitizen of tbe United Statea,
I contider my primary allegiance to be due to
tbe Federal Government, and subordinate
that 1 my allegiance to the State.. This,
yon are aware, bat been the concurring opinion
of the most eminent jurists of thlt country;
was tbe judgment of tbe uourt of Appeal
South Carolina In the case ot Hurt, where the
subject wat discussed with matchless ability
in tbat case, tbe highest gourt in eontn Caro
lina deliberately decided tbat tbe soldier's and
citizen's primary duty of allegiance it due to the
United btatee Government, and not to tbe Uov
eminent of hit State.'. Of late it has been con
tended that the allegiance due by rt citizen
tbe federal luovernment wae dissolved when
bit State teceded from the Union. - Into tbat
tnare many bave fallen.. But, In my lodgment
there it and can be no inch right as secession
of a State by ita own act. The Government
the Union can only be dissolved by the concur
rence of tbe Statea that bave entered into the
Federal compact. The doctrine of secession
destructive to all government, and leads to uni
versal anarchy-
But supposing Statea may secede1 and destroy
the Governmeut whenever the fancy takes those
woo are strong enough to tet np any arbitray
power ln the. State. Missouri, the State of my
residence, hat not seceded, and secession would,
my opinion, be her ruin. I be only special
Intereet of Missouri, in common with the Con
federate 8tates, it Slavery. Her interest in that
institution it now protected by the federal
Constitution. But, if Missouri secedes, tbat pro.
tection ia gone. Surrounded on three Bides by
free States, which might soon become hostile, it
would not be long nntil a slave could not be found
within her borders. What interest could Mis
souri then have with the Cotton States, or
Confederacy founded on Slavery and Its exten
sion? Tbe protection of her slave property,
uotning eise aomonisnet ner to never give up tne
union, utner interest ot vast magnitude can
only bo preserved by a iteadiaat adherence and
support of the United Statet Government. .All
hope of a Pacific Railroad, to deeply interest
ing to St. Louis and tbe whole State, mutt van
ish with tbe f ederal Government. Ureat manu
factoring and commercial interests, with which
th Cotton States bave no sympathy, must perish
in case of secession, and from her present proud
condition of a powerful, thriving State, rapidly
developing every element of wealth and social
proaperity, Missouri wonld dwindle to a mere
appendage and convenience pf the military aria
toeracy established in the Cotton State. Many
other consideration might be offered to tbow
that secession wonld be ruin to Missouri .-. And
I Implore my fellow-citizens of that Stat not
to be eednced by the designing men to become
instruments of their mad ambition, by plungiog
tbe State into the vortex of revolution.
Whether governed by feeling! inspired by
n nanner nnaer wnicn i nave served, or by
my judgment of duty at a citizen, or by interest
as a resident and property owner io Missouri, I
feel bonnd to stand by the Union, and remaining
in the Unloo,shall devote myself to the mainten
ance of tbe Federal Government, aad tbe per
petuation of its blessing to posterity. .
... I..'. , Yourt truly,
WM. S. HARNEY.
COLONEL JOHN O. FALLON, St. Louis.
I
Mimkisota A Vrntaaw t tnt r Fir.a j
Ex Governor Uorman It to bead a tet-lment
from Minnesota... Uo Wat and it a Democrat,
an ex M. C. He ia th .Major Gorman of tbe
Indiana Volunteers who. brought on th action
at Buana Vista afterward Joined Gen. Scott,
and was engaged in most of tbe battle of tbe
Valley of Mexico. ,
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
OHIO LEGISLATURE. ADJOURNED SESSION.
IN SENATE.
WEDNESDAY, May 8, 1861.
. t AITIANOOtl lASSIOrl. .... ,. .'. '."'
' M. CTiWIPT f. ha Cnnforcnn Com-
.... . W a .... , V-W . .
mItt,e 0 B- ww rcpprted tbat tho Com-
miK.e .ouj Dat agree- f i, 'J '
Mr. SMITH, from the Finance Committee,
renorted back , H. B. 494. beinir. - the Greene
r.nnnt vouwteer Din., wun certain amnu
meets, and recommended its passage. Agreed
to, and the bill Oed yeas yp.jnajt I.
A0jouniu. , . . .., ,., ... .. .,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
, t FTIRJI00N fksiioN. ; ' '
WEDNESDAY, May 8, 1861.
The House resumed tho ejmsideratioa of the
17 Reeimeut bill, when
Mr- VORIS moved to amend Mr. Stout's
amendment by adding "as far as practicable,
vhinh in iMpnted h Mr. Stout.
Mr. STOUT then defended the bill, agafesf
the argument that it was needless or extrave-
leant. He eald there could be no extravagance
when the country it Invaded, at our State now
Is il not in terms, at least in fact. It wai no
time to talk of oonomv when we are Invaded
by an enemy, and the eword of the enemy Ie
unsheathed and glittering In - the noonday tun.
I Ha was for the bill for the nroteotion of hit
Deoole. His eountv was the mott exnosed in
the State. Forty thousand Southerner could
come into the hills of Monroe and kill e.11 the
men. women and children, and tat up the cattle,
isueep uu uugr, vourc auj uti minuiuo ji'.
r
them.
Mr. McSCHOOLER replied to an Insinuation
of Mr. Stout tbat he was penurious in refusing
to support this bill. He repudiated tbe charge.
tie was ready, and bis conitituenta were always
ready to apply their money promptly to repel In'
vaslon and protect tne people irom any ana ev
ery enemy; but be did not believe they were
prepared to inaugurate a standing army that
would cost tbe people more than twenty minions
of dollar. -, ' ' - '
Mr. FLAGG explained further tbe provisions
of tbe bill, and the bill and the amendmeuW
Mr. HILLS said it teemed that the department
to administer these laws either does not know
He said tbat.
I ik. I n nl.l .1: .ln
I tutj l.ff, VI UUUICIT uiarcKOjrua l
a few days ago, tbe Adjutant General promised
I and showed blm an arrangement of regiments,
I including one or tne Medina county Companies
1 and now he finds that tbe Company is lolt en'
I tlrely out of tbe arrangement.
a mr. vuiua opposed tne amendment as en
1 1 tireiy unnecessary unoer tbe circumstance.
I Mr ANDREWS defended the management
of tbe Adjutant General, from the remarks of
, Mr. liille.and contended tbat tbe bxecullve Bad
misunderstood
I Mr. DEVORE opposed this bill as a whole
no neia mat it was aeaienea to oriog into mo
field the additional reeiments. He was confi
to dent that tbe day this bill it passed, there
be ten regiments called into service and saddled
upon the State. In a few yean it will be asked
by tbe tax payers, who made this expense with
out need ( we should be cautious betore
act. The Governor hat tbe power to call out
tbe Militia when needed, and be would leave it
with bim
Mr. BRUFF said that this bill in effeot estab
lished a training - school for the Federal ser-
yiee. it we want a lorce in udio, especially lor
of the defenoe of the State, ' let oi raise six or
seven regiments and train tbem properly to the
service oi tbe State. Besides, tbe ten regiment
be bill appropriates half a million, and this ap-
plies two million for the same purpose. He was
opposed to keeping up a military school for tbe
bo
to
ns
my
up
In
to
as
It
ot
to
of
it
a
if
United States, at the expense of the State of
Ohio. He felt . nnder . the necessity of voting
against the whole bill.
Mr. DAVIS moved an amendment, providing
that tbe appropriation of money under this bill
shall be tbe tame at under j be- ten, regiment
- Mr. BROWNE, of Miam'i! defended thi Ad
jutant General against tbe charges of partiality
In the arrangement or the regiments. -t
" Mr. WOODS insisted that the amendment
rdlwMiihla, d moved tbat -lb requirement
tbat Counties not haviag furnished any compa
nies be preferred, be stricken out, which was
disagreed to. V . - ; -
Tbe amendment of Mr. STOUT was then dis
agreed to yeas 40, nays 41.
. Mr. V0RI8 moved to amend by providing for
only three Brigadier Generals instead Of five,
which was disagreed to.
,: Mr. DAVIS renewed bis motion to strikeout
th appropriating section from . thi bill, and
leave tne appropriation or tne ten regiment bin
to serve the purposes nnder this bill, which was
aereed to. i .'' - ' '
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, moved to recon
sider the vote whereby the House refused to
adopt the amendment of Mr. Stout, wbioh mo
tion was agreed to yeas 51, nayt 31.
Mr. WELSH laid be desired this amendment
be adopted as, a matter of justice to those locali
ties remote fsom the ' capital, that were pre
vented by their remoteness. He supported the
bill, and contended that it wat a matter Of
economy to make a strong and effioient demon
strttion. "... : ,. ....
; The amendment of Mr. STOUT wat agreed
to., . .........
Mr. f LAGO offered an amendment pro
viding tbat eight companies of artillery or
cavalry shall form a regiment, which wat agreed
to. ' .':' ' r-'-,'.
The bill waa then ordered to be engrossed at
tne clerk's desk end read a tbird time now.
The bill wae tben read a tbird time, when .
.' Mr. DAVIS offered bis amendment relating
to Brigadier Generals, whioh was agreed to
yeas 63, nays 31. ;, ;
The bill waa then passed yeas 71, nayt 21,
' Mr. WOODS, from the third eommittee of
Conference npon tbe matter of differenoe on
H. B. 291 To provide for leasing tbe canals,
reported that the committee bad been unable to
agree. ' -. '
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, made it a point of
order that the House could not dUcbarge tbe
committee of Conference. -
Tbe Chair decided that at th committee of
Conference could not agree, they were discharg
ed by their own report that thoy disagree. 1
Mr. WOODS thereupon moved that the House
recede from Ita disagreement to the Senate's
amendment to the bill and agree thereto. r:
.: The bill, at amended by the Seeate.-wai then
read through, when .the previous question' wst
demanded and seconded. ' ' " 1
Mr. HUTCHESON moved that the House
adjourn, which was disagreed to yeas 14, nays
1 ne previous question was then sustained. .
The question tben turned on receding; from
the disatrreement to the Senate'! amendment
and agreeing to the same, when '
Mr. UliU WMc;, of Miami,' demanded a'divi-
sion of the question. .
The vote Wat then taken on recedmsr. which
resulted yeas C4, nays 22. .,.,.
The Question waa taken on atrreein to the
Senate's amendment, 'which ' was Agreed to
yeas 69, nays 24.:', : : ' ,y
- Mr. liUUlNSON, from the Judioiary com
mittee, reported back H. B. 501 To amend
tbe act for the organization of the Militia
with amendments, which were agreed to,yrhen
me bin waa passed yeas bi, nayt o. ' i . n--n
i ne House men aa loomed, t.m----
SENATE.
THURSDAY, May 9, 1861.
Mioutet of yesterday read and approved
' V t-.. TRIAD BIADINO.' - v i ', .!
S. B. No. 314 Miking appropriations for tbe
maintenance and repair, oi the fubllo worts
from tebruary li to June I, lUbl, and for tbe
payment of outstanding" Indebtedness. r 1
ua motion of Mr. munkuk, tbe rules were
iusptnded,end th bill was referred to the com-'
mittee of the Whole. " .. .. ' '
i'f -WBSSAQM ' , ''' ' ''
S. B. 3iI-n-Bein the Seven' Regiment bill.
came back from the House materially amended.
It authorize tneujvernor to acoept seven more
regiments, conditioned that they enlist for three
years, and. that not. more than ten regiment!
hall be kept in state service at any one time.
It requires companies now organized Due not as
signed to atry regiment, to be preferred In these
regiment, and choice aball be first made Irom
countieswhloh have-not their qoota now in ser
vice. It also provide for three Brigadier Gen
erals, in addition to tbe three already commis
sioned. ' And It abtOgAU the distinction be
tween Stat and Federal service' in relation to
.! - , .I ' All . . ill
cumpwnwuuu ui rrgineai ouiocrs- i us, Bill
waa referred to Messrs. Jichleiob, -PotwiQ and
Jone. - .!. ."'
tno
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riasr kiadinq.. ,-' t '
u n fin r,i)iTJ-i.iin t ttm mill on and
cu.nti t. fr t.fTnfflnurB
D wwvwm . jifiiubu - .
the unio Army. ' i
motion of Mr. SCHLEICH, the rulee were
usoended. and the hill wae read a eecond time
r T ' . - n . I
t tU a nrl nr.rn...J A. Mabam Mhlnlntl. KAfi I
wlnandaonee.-. - vr n- -
On suspension ofthe rtitei, Mr. FERGUSON
a u m ?kut fmnhh ;ntnln
orimos therein named." Read fc. eeoood time,
and referred to the Judioiarv committee
Mr. JoUiNAK from tne committee on Agri
culture, introduced S. B. No 316-r-whlch was
read a eecond time under suspension of the rules.
and referred to Mr. Collins, it it a bill "lor
the further protection of geese and ducks in the
counties ot trie, Sandusky, i.uoatana utta-
wa" :- i' -.-s : r );
Mr. BONAR. from the Militia committee, re
ported back 8, B. 313 To subdivide the 3d
Brlsadeof the 2d
mnllnn of M FERfitlROM
. j I
poBiponu. . . - ,-Mri,
. . ...vnr. . . ..... n i.
Wr.muiMtt.uc, reponea dbok - ine oena.o
Joiut Resolution lor amendment ot tne umsii-
tution to at to provide for annual sessions of the
General Astembly. and recommended its past-
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Division O. V. M.; and on
JUSON, It wai indefinitely
age.
Mr. MONROE laid it provide that the whole
number of senator! shall be elected next year,
when lots shall be drawn, one-half to terve one
year, and one-hall two years; membera of the
rlouee all to be chosen annually.
The resolution wat adopted. Messrs, .aon,
Orr and White votine no. Yeae 27, nays d.
va motion or Mr. -, tne eenaie
resolved itself into oommitteeof the Whole, on
the ordors of tbe day, Mr. In the
l J . Jl A tl...lH atMSA
uuairt nuu niter some time spouk tucrviu, 1 WDW
and reported back Senate Bill No. 314-Mak-
. . m i if
ine approoriationt for reoain ot tne ruotio
Works, from February 15tb to June let, 1861-
with sundry amendments.
The Senate adopted esmeot the amenamcnti,
and disagreed to others, when the bin was past
eu yeas la, nays IU.
1 nose who voted in the alnrmattve were
Messrs. Brevk. Bouar. Collins. Cummios, Gar
field, Harrison, Harsh, Jones, LaBkey, McCall,
Monroe, Morse, Newman, I'errill, rot win, Koa
dr. Schleich. Smith and Bnraeue 19
Those who voted in the negative were messra
Brewer.Eason, Ferguson, Foster, Glase.Holmes,
Parish. Stanley and Wbite-10.
strrtxa bill.
Mr. SCHLEICH, from the Militia committee
introduced S. B. No. 317 For the appointment
of sutlers and military store keepers. The
rules were suspended, and tbe bill went through
its several readings and passed yeae 3D, nays
Mr. JONES moved that the bill concern
ins a Commissioner to (he Worlds Fair, be ta
ken from the table. Agreed to. The bill past
ed yeas 18, najs 12.
The Senate took recesa. . ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
THURSDAY, May 9, 1861.
I
Prafer by Rev. Mr. Trimble. ' ?
Tbe resolution providing for a recess from
to day till June 4th was taken up, when
. Mr. DAVIS moved to amend the same by
providing for a sine aie adjournment on Monday
next
Mr. McCLUNG Opposed this amendment.
He thought we could get through with the prea
ent business to-day; and there appeared to be
propriety in coming back here in the course
a lew wrens, mi unjust mantra men requiring
attention.
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, thought all had
been done that need be done for the war inter
est; and at to the canals, he saw no necessity for
returning on tbat account. He wat therefore
for a site die adjournment on Monday.
Mr. "'MYERS said be bad been 1 for siss
die adjournment at all times; but tbe position of
affair now, In- relation tbe canals, in bit view,
required a return bcre, to make the appropria
tione tor denotency,
etc., and tee tbat they are
properly disposed of.
.Mr. DAVIS said this had been an unusually
long session, and that there naa been necessity
for It he wat ready to admit. But it was time
now for us to oome to a dose. The people will
not tolerate onr sitting here continually, and
eating np the substance of tbe people. lie
hoped the resolution would past. '
Mr. FLAOO aald tt- might be neoeaaary
delay action, and he, therefore, would move
lay the resolution npon the table, which Wat
agreed to yeat 46, nay 3'J. - '
. Mr. WOODS laid before the House tbe fol
lowing letter from B. Kittredge & Co., which
waa read and ordered to be placed in the report:
CINCINNATI, May 8, 1861.
of th Commercial, that you are represented aa
having referred by name to our house, in con
nection with tbe shipment of arma to this city,
we take tbe liberty to addresi you on the sub
ject. Yon can but be aware of the tendency
the remark attributed to you, in the preeent
ttate of tbe public mind, to provoke violent and
illegal action npon tbe part ot tbe people, and
t seriously injure ua, at Individuals, in our
standing in tbe community. We can not,
therefore, but be surprised that yon tbould bare
made such personal reference, without first in
quiring of ut, or Borne persons who could hare
given you eorrect information npon the subject.
Tbe Governor of Ohio, as yon must know,
fully informed of every shipment of cases
muskets, parsing through tbe State by any such
public channels aa tbe Express companies afford.
-
' So far at it it kt the knowledge of any mem
ber of bur firm, it it entirely untrue tbat any
arjis have been snipped, directed to ut, that have
not come directly to us at Cincinnati. No armt
have been shipped by or for our house to any
point in tbe Soath, or to any other point than
Cincinnati, since the present troubles broke ou';
sod If any armt marked with have taken any
other courts sfter leaving Cleveland, than
come directly to ns, it was a fraudulent use
our name without our knowledge, and tbe armt
were not our. ' " '- -
The Mayor of this city, a well at tbe Gover
nor of this State, we believe will be able to con
firm thse etatements.' The community who
know nt, among whom we may probably name
(senator f erguson and Key, will confirm tbe loy
alty of ourselves at citizent against any Impu
tations to the contrary. - " " - . '
- We bave no doubt that, having fully informed
yourself by further lnqune touching tbit mat
ter, yoa wilt correct tbe impression created
your remarks. - - - - -
W
B. KITTREDGE & Co.
House
of Representatives, Columbua, Ohio.
Mr. WOODS said that it was hut an act oflus
tice to Messrs. Kittredge & Co. to publish their
letter. He would, for himself, eay that the
ttatement be made, in reference to shipment
armt tnrongn uieveiana, wat made on tbe au
thority of the U. S. District Attorney of tbe
Xvortnern uieincc oi unto; and, from tbe char
acter of tbat authority and the circumstances,
be saw no resson to doubt tbat statement,
though be did not necessarily implicate these
gentlemen in the charge of wrong in tbe matter.
Mr; FLAGG, from tbe committee on Military
Affairs, reported back H. B. 606 To prevent
tue transportation oi munition or war and con
tr'aband articles, with sundry amendments, '
: . Mr. DEVORE raised the question whether it
wat competent for the btate of Ohio to past
a bin or tins kind, and -authorize tbe connoa'
tion of private property to the State, nnder
such circumstances. Thlt action, be thought,
belonged to the United States, '
- Mr. PLANTS said be could not tee the force
of this argument; but he. was ready to go to
the farthest verge of the Constitution to pats
tbii bill, so manilestly necessary, ..He laid tbat
tbe people would make their examination! and
seizure ukhout law, if there be no law provided
estate of things leading to lawlessness and
mobi. He hoped tbat these examinations
would be authorized and made lawful by tbe
paseage of thlt bill immediately, and save ut
from a necessary resort to mob force, and ita
demoralizing e fleet a. i
Mr PARSONS replied to Mr.Derore, and
laid, if bit argument were correct, it would en
courage the people of Ohio to become tbe com
mission merchants for the .traitor. II laid
there wat necessity for the passage of this bill,
end an imperative necessity. Hit cited tbe fact
tbat last night a thousand rifles, on their way
to St. LouU.were seized last night io Cleveland.
without authority, from the necessity of tbe
case. - the people demanded tbe passage of this
bill-1 It wat their right tbat it tbould be done;
and to man could civ any reason for refuting
to vote for it, but that be designed to give aid
and comiort to ine enemy. , . , . .
Mr. DEVORE taid be bad only made tbt in
quiry whether tbe State of. Ohio bad tbe power
to oonuscate property to the us or th State.-
to oonuscate property m e ose or in Htte-
He taid be wat not disturb bx tbe inauuer la
iwnion bit argument wai receiTea. inecnarge
lox (reason tnut lnterrea lain nanniesa,i u
l"oe Dawtot'l leet. ile naa oeeniur compro
. - 1.1 U ...... m .1 -
" " wuiuu, uit Bu..
On men refused to agree to, who are now to ready
to talk of treason. If the ConttttntloD. does not
r..kU I. . J 1L. LIII
lUrUIUi UB W nH iur U1B Ulil
Mr. PARSONS eald that he would not charge
we gentleman wita - oeing a rooei .or itotiu8
roDeluooi but under all ordinarT circumstances.
we. argument ne maces naa tno appearance oi
nan NmalA audi n. IhIA lllll
" . . ---- :
Th. r.nn.1 Uii fa J.ai ltla Kill aAnnmnllah lhA I
Hu hi ..... .--r-
purijuue it pruiesscB iu uu. " " r
eageof a well-guarded one; but thlt doee not
teem to meet the case. It would: confer upon
. . A iL.t a.aa nut .aa.Mnl.il
nndnr thn r.nnntltiitinn. Ha obiected to Itt DlaO-
Ing to large an appointing power in the, bands
ot the uovernor. -.. .
Mr. WOODS said ha waa Bumriscd at the
position taken by the gentleman from i rancun
neproiosses to be in tavor ot me oDieci aougu.,
taking tldet with the enemies of the State; He
would not bave a man, in timet like these, bur.
row like a ferret in the Constitution t find
some excuse for refusing to tot against the ene
mies ot tne country, and traitors to their coun
try and to their flng.' There is Imperative ne
cessity for nt to act and act speedily. ..Loyalty
la the first, highest duty of the citizen.
Mr. iWVUHErose to a personal explanation
and defended himself against what be deemed
misunderstanding of what be bad laid.
L Mr. CONVERSE regretted that b had not
lUVVV VAWBWiJ
and yet tears down this bill, without proposing
any wing Detter. lie enowea ma. in aeTerui
instances Mr. C. bad misunderstood tbe pro-
visions of tbe bill. , He said there was an lmml I
nent necessity for the Disease of this bill. It
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7. ' . " . a . l al i.ai
d d not propose to disturb any right of the
I ll m i.a A I. a niit a-W a man. anil i V nnffnc in
'w"i"t 'bu "7 ""-"'" -"o"-
Pb- hoped It would ne perfected ana pas.
U LAY BUGCUII w a
Mr. uun viiKSt!; replied exoiainioR no
tense in which be used certain terms iu iob
course of his nrevious remark!.
Mr. KRUM said be had been very much iur
prised by tbe arguments ouereo against mis mu
tbat it was dangerous to tbe people, &o. The
history of republics had shown tbat all their leg
islation must be in accordance wnn tne puuuo
sentiment: and this bill wae only to give ai-
Motion to the publio sentiment onbe SUtt.
Orr. That public tentiment is against the transmit-
I ainn a t aaviIra haitifl t i rilAlCi . flai IE fl fill 111 II B lull'
Lorted hv la, makinrr. Ifoossible. "assurance
doubly sure." He offered an amendment pro
vidiog tbat cases under this act may do continu
ed to procure witnesses, so.
Mr. MUSSON, lUgeested that tho circular Of
ii..e.....,arih. ll R Traunn tn Cnlleo-1
lujuo,!,.. ... ---j -.-,1
tors in this relation, was worthy tbe attention of
tbe House, and requested tbe Clerk to read it,
which was done. . ,
Mr. DAVIS moved an amendment, requiring
the Governor, whenever the service! of an In
spector were not needed, to dismiss him.
Tbo House tben toon a recess.
SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 157.
SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 157. GENERAL HEAD QUARTERS, ADJ'T GEN.'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, O., May 8, 1861.
All nrlntine. whether of blanks or otherwise,
for either of the Departments, must be done
through application to L. L. Rice, Esq ,-Super
visor of Publio Printing, and with bis approval.
All accounts for work done must also be sub
mitted to bim for approval. No aocounta will
be oaid without hie sanction. Tbil rule it neo-
I essary to avoid Improper and Waateful expen-
i diture, ai
, and conform to the lawt governing this
matter. . ' . - .,: u
H. E. CARRINGTON,
. " . Adjutant General.
By order or Coramandor ln-Oblet.
Naval Pbiparations in th Southern Con-
nntucr The New Orleant papers state tbat
Commodore Roasean had - received dispatches
from the Government at Montgomery, contalnr
Ing orders for fitting out the Confederate Statet
to
steamshin of-war Sumter (late Habana), . and
to get her ready for tea immediately. Lieu
tenant Fry hat been ordered to superintend ber
fitting ont. v ; "
Also, the Confederate States brig Pickens
(late revenue cutter McClelland), and th
Washington, whose repair arefncarly complet
ed. Tbe Star of the West will no doubt be
added to onr little navy, which'ls already mak
ing a very fair show. ' M
' Great activity prevail at th foundries of
Messrs, Leeds and the rhcsnix, where gun,
abot and shell, are being cstt for our naval ves
sels. I, . -.-! ' ' '' '
Marines for the naval service are already be
ing recruited here by Capt. Van Benthuyten, and
in a few dayt our first ship of war will be ready
for eea, and aclidn, If necessary. ; :. .
of
' TaouBL with Slavis IN KNTOCr. It 1
reported, upon tbe authority of a private letter
from Lexington, tbat there it much exoltetneut
among the slaves In Kentucky, especially in
Fayette county, and that terlout apprehensions
are entertained of an extensive stampede, if not
an insurrection. Tbe tendency to lawlessness
among a class of tbe whites, hat tpread to tbe
colored population, and a disposition to get rid
of the dangerous property, by Bending ItjSonth,
begins to prevail. ' ' " . ''"
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE TO ALL CONCERNED.
to
of
TiERSONS HAVING ACCeCHTrJ T6
JL settle with this department tor aubaUtenoe furniihed
to the trooin will be required to preeeuttbem with every
Item carefully stated, and the account oertlfled by the
perron duly outhorittd to mat tho contract tor the
subaiatenoe furniihed. The luddea cmergener which
baa called out the troop, having made it unpeeilMe to
fumlih supplies at once through the regular channels.
Informal contracts have neceiaarily been made In numer
ouacaaeswherepatiiotlccitUeas have promptly stepped
forward to asiume the mpoDilblllly f guaranteelag
such contracts. While It la Intended - to deal fairly and
equitably with all auchcaaes, it becomes doubly neoes
aarv to guard against the allowance ofloow, extrava
gant and unautboriaed accounts of parties who are wllt-
ing io use a-ivaouge or tne preeent emergency, h an
rieh themaelves at the expense of tbe State. - :
0. P. BUCKINOHAM, ,
' '' ' Oomrnlaaary General.
of
THE UNION FOREVER
UNION ENVKLOPEfJ-A HAK1TV OF
dealgni, at 4,00 per 1.O00. . -1 .1 a j,
' TJ5I01T LEITEB 4HD K0TJ PAPEB,' :
at half the price charged' by small dealers. . , :
. TTPIIE AD QUARTERS No. 75 South High itreet.
Columbus, Atay 8, letil. , ' J. H. RILEJf .,
1 st. - " -
EAGLE BRASS. WORKS,
. , Corner Spring AAVaterSte. . ',,
Oolumbiia. OIjlIo-
W, B. VQTTS ;&06,
1 3VE OniNISTQ, ;
lad Manufacturers of Bram and Composition Callings,
. rinlihd Braes Work of all Descriptions. , . .
Electro ,Platind Gilding ! !
" ' STENCIL CUTTING; tC. '
febl 'Cl-dly
.l.i. .' .1 Z :
. The Celebrated Horee,, Craiser,
ImtPOUTED THIS - TEAR FHORI
Jtngland, by JOHN B. BARKY, will stand this sea
son at the farm or wm. li. Itarey, uroveport, Ohio.
Cruiser iaef the celebrated Venlton stock of England
and was aired by old Venlton,' the winner of the Derby
race in leu. eniaon proven nimeeir tne ttoateet nor
of hla day, having traveled on foot ln one year, whea
only three yeari old, nine hundred mi lei, and run foo
teen races, aod one twelve. - ,i - -.-Crolier
waa bred by Lord Dorchester In 1852; aired by
veo-jon dj rartiaan, ny Walton, outot raraioi ty Fda-
leea, son or Bciipie. uruuer a dam was Hed Korea by
Tramp, out of Byntaxlna, aiiter to Syntax, aire of See.
wiog, the dam of New Mlnater, the moat valuable Bullion
now in England, and stands at fifty guineas (V2501
Tormsto Oxtxlia0n
Thoroughbred mares. One Enndred TJolIan. 'k liber-
at arrangement will be made with farmers of tin neigh
borhood wiihing to put common-bred mares.' -
iLf tlaree from a alliance will be taken oarf of,
may 4-datwJt , - , . " ,
riEllTSI PAPER
COLI.AII9 AND
Handiome
Silk Tie,
' snirii.
-. Aiinnn ejonaref :
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paid, on receipt 01 two ammpa, or nr. uhab. J.O .
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also coming in all over my head. Peeling, confident
that another large bottle would restore it entirely
ana permanently, a reel anxioua to peraeverve m ita uie,
and being deetltute of. means to nurchaaa enr mera. 1
woald aak thee V thee wouldat sot be willing to eend me
an order on thins agents for a bottle, and receive to thy
self, ths scripture declaration "the reward la to those
tnai are una u uie wiaow ana uie leuier leei."
Thy friend, .
. BUSANNAH KIRBY.
Xlronier, IToM Couaty, Indhaa. rb. lh; 1850."
Taor. O. J, Woon: Dior Sir: In the latter part of
IV. - .OKA L 1 , - . . , . 1 ... ...r..
tu jot oj, wuuv MicnuiDg ue cutto ana national
Law School ef tbe State ot Mew Vork, my hair, from a
oauae unanown to me, commenced falling off very rap
idly, eo tbat ln the abort anace of aix month., the whole
upper part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft of it
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
ikh and sees part or my Dead shortly alter became gray,
so tbat you will not be lurnrlied when I tell von that tin.
on my return to the Btate of Indiana, my more casual
acquaiitanoes were not so much ata loss to discover tbe
cause tneonange in my appearance, es my more Inti
mate arqnalntanoee were to recognise me at ah. '
I atone made application to the moil iklllfnl nhn.1.
clans h th country, bat, receiving ne asaurance from
them that my hair would again be restored, I was forced
to beoom reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, ln
maimer part oi ue year itui, your Keatoratlve was re
oo amended to ne by a drnggia t. aa being the mn.t roll..
tie Hair Reiterative ln uee. I tried on bottle, and
iu.qu ui uij great aauiiaciiou wai it was producing the
dwlred effect.' Sim that time, I have need aeven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and aa a result, have a
rfch ooat of very soft black hair, which ao money can
IMJ. .; ... . ., ... ... , .
' Asamark of mvrratlruila fop vnaalahA. ,nii aim in
th production of so wonderful an article..! have recoai.
mended its uie to many of my frlenda and aoauaintaneee,
uo,-i am nappy to inrorm you. are ulai n with like
effect. Very respectfully, youn, ,
. .A.M- lim, -:i
Attorney antLOonnaellor at Law
Depot, 444 Broadway, and Kid by all dealers tbrongh
eat lot world. - v. ! ,-.i..i iu
Tbe Restorative Is pet up to bottles of three sites, via:
large. Bedlam, and small; th small holds X a pint, and
retails for on dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
leaat twenty per cent, mors inproportlon than (he small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; tb largeboidsa
.oert, 40 per cent, more ln proportion, and retails for 3
a bottle.' - . . ' '
O. i. WOOD 4c 00.,Proprle(ors, 444 Broa4way, New
Sort, aad 114 Market Street, Bt. Iionla, Mo.. ,
- And sold by BOBERT8 A BAMTJC.L. Oolumbns. Ohio.
aua uj an gova uruggine ana aaucy yoom ueaiera.
..1 ll.UIW. M - - . .
GUERNSEY'S BALM?'
REfflOVE AUD PREVENTS I R
nammatlon and vain, and heal, tha i
scald, bra la, cut. orfreeh wound of .n. ki.j
swelling and pain from be stings, moaquito bites, and
jHrtaonom plant., neuralgia, iheumatlim, ague 1? the
pnmit, salt rheum, .to. When taken lnternTlly, It will
. eri0np ieW"ren,and give Immediate
...... ....... v, una wmtit corosMmt; aleo,
removes hnaraenesi and sora throat. . v.i.. ui ata .
bottle.- Should bs In every hotla. or aalebyDrug.
gist aad Storekeepers, , IBVIN bTONB,
2 et44wlyiFr'-P- ,pnM,,- Rew y""-'
jrjTDB AMIBIOAH waioh compah r, ot Walt-
luia,IaMM'begitocaU ths attenUon of ths pnblloto
lha-fcllowlpg smphatis recommendation of Waltham
Watohes, by the leading praotical Wstchmaksrianl Jew- '
elers throughout ths United Hates. The sntlrs list of
Betialmes td H M all ln tn Pblloa"o - eae '
advertlaeoeut; bat the names preiented will be reoog
nited by'lthoio'acqmliiUd with Uie trade as being la th t
highest degree'reipectable and and Influential. At (heir
utabilibounts may" always bs found the genuine Watrb. .
of tbe Company's manufacture, In great variety.
Blgsatures from many Ults uti towns not fully rep
resented n this Hit will appear ln fulBre adrertlie-
ment. , 1 1" ;- -' '
, ' ':. XO XSX FUBLIO.
The undenlgned, pnetleal Watchmaker, and dealers In '
Watches, having boifiht and sold American Watchis for
anamberof yeariut, and having dealt ln all kinds of
foreign Watches tor a much longer period of time, beg to
tate tbat the bavj never dealt In Watches which, ss a
olau, or loWdivldaal Instances, have been mors satis
factory tr thtmielvet or cuitomers, whether In rerpect of
durability, beauty of finish, mathematically correct pro
p'orKona,' accurate compeneatlon asd adjuabaent, or 0
ftii Ume-heeptng raultt, than tboae manufactuied by
Wio'Waltham Company. 'I
III.
N. B. ORITTBNDEN, Cleveland, Ohio.
IV M. SliiSN, '
JAME3J H08B,
H. JENKINS A CO.,
BKGH1B BMITII.
WM. WILSON McO RE W. .
DUUMB At CO., . .
C.OBCAMP, ,. .
PLATr,
KINO A BROTHER,
l.I.AI.M. EDWARDS,
t. J. ALBXANDKR.
JOHN H. MOBBH,
a, n 1. 1' i-L.lv ii.
W. H. RIOI1M0K0,
H.D. KAYS,
A. B. QILLKTT, ..
B. D. IILLBBTON.
J. B. CURRAN,
W. BROWN,
B. TOBIN.
BA8B1 A HTJLtXAN,'
A. P. BOYNTON, ,
WM.M. MAYO, 1 5
I. NORTH EY,
A. W. FORD. -
WM. SOHBBZER, .
J. M. FOX,
WILLARD fcDAWLXr, , Syracuse, . N. T.
fl. UAiUltT,
U. A 1. ROBENBKRO,
0. A. BURR A OO. .
E. S. ETTENUEIMER A CO.
WM. B.TAYLOR,
W.W. BaNNAH,
11. It., at ii. O. UABVANTSB.
BOBKIN8 A EVANS,
BAIOHT A LIACI1,
JAMRBBYDR,
JOHN H. IVEB,
WILLIAMS A CO..-
i. N. BENNKT,
A. 8. BTOKMB.
WM. 8. MORGAN,
HKNDRRSON BRO'B
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD A PUTMAN..
JENNINGS BKO'8
JOUN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS.
A. WAKUKN,
L; O. DUNNING,
0BA3. B. WILLARD.
W. P. BINGHAM A CO.. Indlan.no III. Ind.
CII AS. O. VRJCNOH.
J.NcLANE,
0. A. DIOKENBEN,
G. R.BA80OMA CO., -
J. M; 8TANBH.
ADOLPH MYERS,
THEO. P. PIOKERING. Kalamaxoo, Mich.
BKO. DOTY,
M.S. SMITH
A. B.VANOOTT, , Milwaukee, Wis.
JOHN KLK1NB,
n.N. SHERMAN,
8. O.BPAULDING,
W. A. GILES, -
RBINEMAN A MIYEAlf , . Pittaburgh, Pa.
B AM ii BROWN, , - .
W. T. KOPLIN.
GEO. W. BTBIN, ;
GEO. B. TITCB.
UECKMAN A YOI1E.
GEO. 8TK1N,
E. i. LA80ELLB,
SAU'LGARMAN,
J0BP1I LADOMUS,
J. J. BLAIR,
GBO. W. MoOALLA.
IRANOI8 0. POLAOK,
G.M.ZADN,
GEORGE HELLER,
P. P- HELLER,
B. ACGHINBAUGHU.
8 T. HOPvMAN,
J. 0. I1ANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J.O. DOLON,
OBAB. L. FI8BRR,
B.U.St. OLAId,
R. A A. PETERSON, 1
DAVID LAVERACK,
W. T. RAE.
NOOH F. BILLS, "
IIBNBY B. JAMB8,
T. 8. LITTLE, '
CARBON A BRANNON, ;- -
THOS. OOWDEY,
A. W, PYLE, '
BIMPSON APRIOK, , .
V. W. BKIFF,
J. A A.GARDNER
W.O.DEPR1EZ,
MAURICE A BENRT,
JEHU 8YLVE8TBR, " '
I I, 80OTT A CO.,
T. B. UUMPHRBYB, - ' .
Bi A. V04JLER, '
F. W, LEINKEOK, '"'' .,
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
BBNJ. E. COOK,
B. OBILDS,
DEXTER A HABKINB,
K.D. TIBDALE, -ALBERT
PITTS.
ELLIS GILFORD,
P. W.MAOOMBER,
J.J BURNS,
JESSB SMITH, '.
T.M.LAMB, '
S.N.STORY, ' ' '
LEVI JOHNBON, '
ANDREW WARP.i;,
0. W. FOGG,
AMOB BANBCRN,
JOHN BARi'ON,
john McGregor,..
W. M. ROOT.
JOHN B. 8C0TT,
N. MOODY.
WM.KIHKHAM, Jr., '
L.D. ANTHONY A CO.k
PELEG ARNOLD,
TU0M A8 BTEBLE A 00.,
HEMINGWAY A BTEVENS,
WM.jtOGERB A SON,
0. J."MUN80N, . .
E.BENJAMIN, ,.
J. B. KIRBY,
GEORGE BROWN. V
E. 8. HUNTINGTON A CO..
.A.WOODFORD..-1- ' ' i V 1
H. d. hall;
JOHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON, '
J. 0. BLAOKMAN,
JA8.R. AYRE8,
BBERBURNI BHAW, ' ' " Banbomton, N. Hi
li. K. ilANUAKBUN, 7
B.KNIQUT,
N. G. OARR.
GEO. W. DREW A CO.,
B. J.MELLI8II., ' .
W. 0. 0. WOODBURY,
REUBEN 8PRN0BR, '
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD GOVE,
JONATHAN nOBMER,
N. W.GODDARD,
OHAS. E. BAOOSt, , ,'
F. M. HARDI80N, "
TWOMBLY A BMITII,,
MOSES M. BWAN,
J. A MERRILL
JAMRS EMERY,
SIMEON BLOOD,
BENRY H.HAM,
ROBERT N. BODGE.
HENRY McKENNEY,
J. T. HOWL AND,
TOMPKINS A MORRIS,
0. 0. WILLIAMS.
0. 8. A G. L. ROGERS,
D. X. LUOY, ..
D. G. HALL. -
BRIN8MA1D A HILDRBTff.
C. II. HARDING,
T. 0. PBINNEY, 1 "
A. A. MEAD, . . , .. , .
J. 0. MATES.' ' " '
J.H. MURDOOK,
0. 0. OHILDB, - -
0. H. HUNTINGTON,
voSTBn niiow
W. K. WALLAOK. Nawhurr. 4 '
LEANDB8 AMADON. : r .', . r Bellows Falun -.-
9-'"N?I'?GB . . , , Nw Orleans, la.
HHiuun ex uu.,
rJ.OOCKRBLL, Nalchea. Mm.'
A. N. HALL. ' '' ' unr iiai
ROBERT WHHR,"-'- 'Toronto'. O.W.'
ft
i Oadtioii. Al.ont 'Watch Is now axtenalvel counter;
Cleveland,
Columbus,
Zaneavllle,
Cincinnati,
Delaware,
Warren,
Chloago,
LaBalle, .
Peoria,
Blooming ton,
Decatur,
Springfield,
Qulncy,
Galena,
Jackaonville,
Cherry Grove
Freeport,
Pern,
Canton
Syracuse, ',.
Newrmrgh,
Rochester,
Utlca,
Hudson,
Troy,
Oewegs,
Auburn,
..
Falrport,
Canandaigna,
Ponghkeepele,
Batavla,
Amaterdam,
Saratoga,
Albany,
14
Goshen,
Penn-Yan,
Catiklll,
Indianapolli,
Richmond,
Terr Haute,
Bulilvan.
Plymouth,
Kalamaxoo,
Detroit,
Milwaukee,
Kacine,
Beloit,
Janeaville,
Prairie dnChlen
Pittaburgh,
Norriatown,
-.
CaatoD,
Allentown,
Weetcheiter,
Willianupoit,
- Cheater, .
Lebanon,
Barriaburg,
York,
lancaiter
Reading
H
Chambersbuig,
tireenaburg,
Newoaatle,
benaburg,
Mauch Chunk,'
Aahland,
Indiana
Scraoton, . '
Peterson,
- Newark.
Bordentcwn,
Tranton.
Cumberland,
- Pulaakl,
Naahvlll. ..
Springfield,
Olaraavllle,
Savannah
, St. Louis
N. 3.
Md
Tenn.
Ga.
Mo.
ii
Wheeling.
Richmond,
Salem,
It
Va.
41
K. 0."
-
S. 0.
Newberry. '
. Northampton, Meat.
. New Bedford,
Taunton, "
. i.
Fall River, . '
14
Qloaetster, '
Balem " '
Woroeiter, "
ii 'ti
M 11
Waltham,
ti ii
Lowell,
Lynn,
Lawrence . "
PI tune Id, '
1 ' .4 "
Greenfield,
Springfield, "
Providence, B. I.'
E. Greenwich, "
Hartford, Conn.
(i ' ' ' ii '
New Haven, . ,'V.
. Danbury.
41
Middletows,'
ii
New London,
Bridgeport,
r Walerbury,
Sanbornton,
- Concord, ...
).
:f i
.... Hanover,- .
Olaremont, '
14
" Exeler,
; Laconla,'.
. Naeb.ua,,. . ,
' t
'.'' Dover, ' 1
' So. Berwick.
, 1 AugnsU;
Portland,
' Buckaport,
Rockland, '
Portsmouth',
Auborn, '
Bath, , ..
' Bangor, '
'
, Gardiner,
t Uoniton, i t.
. Iatwiaton.
Burlington,'-
: iiradfordif
- Montueller, -
' North field,
Woodstock,
;" Bt. Johnsbnry,
' 8t. Albans,- -
i Chelsea, , ,' -
Newbury,
, r Bellows Pal If) 1
New Orleans, .
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.. Nilchei,
Mllford,
Toronto,
Me.
i
.. ...t
of-'H
.;iji
-Vt.
....
Jt ii-.'
felled by foreign manufactoferi, we have to inform thw
nubile that an ar.i ii la nt arfa' hMvinnMnn which la unao-
i. ' ! i, ; isy , i, -i i, r; f ' ' 1
eompanltd by a certlfleat of ' genalacness, searlag the ')
1 ' , i..- ... , ---:-- r -,
number ot ths watch, and algnad by onr Treafnrer, B.
E. Robblns', or by onr predeceason, Appleton, Tracv A ' '
fl i ,lBvl i - fi ".'' ' ' '''
, i n - "A ' - -""
Ai then watchea at for sale by Jewelers generally
.1 1 . ll. Ttt, !. m -Imaatnan Walnti k
DUVuuui .ii. wmivm, wa aw.. , i ,, ,, m.m wmymnj
1,1- i '- 7" ' " ' ' tb s
do not solicit orders for slngls walcbes, .
1' -f ir,
.1 1- ; BOBBIN! tt APPL1TOM
Wkoleiats Agents, No. 189 Broadwa s
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