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SATURDAY EVEMNQ MAY U. 1861,
The Extra Session of Congress—Probable Number
Hr nroclamatloo of the President, Coogn
it to cooveue In special session at the Capitol
J a Washington ou tfio fourth day of July next.
From preeent ajpeaaneei,QiilJ Stfur out of the
slitoen slave- States, namely, Delaware, Man
land, Missouri and Kenttioky. will be represent
ed at the special session. Delaware and Mis
n.irt havn already elected their representatives.
The rejalar election In Kentuoky does not take
place until 'August! but Governor MAOorn has
ordered a aocoial election of representatives In
rwre. on be- 10th of June; and in Mary
land, which does not regularly elect until next
faU, Governor Diets has ordered a special eleo
tinn on the 13th of June. The regular election
of members of Congress la Virginia falls' this
year on the 23d of May the day fixed by the
Convention of thatTStata for Jhe people to vote
for the ratification or rt-jeolion of the Ordinance
' of Secession. It is not Improbable that West
ern Virginia may elect and send to the special
session two members of Congress.
Should the foreeoiDg anticipations prove cor
red, the number of members Jn the House of
rnitvpa. At th ?xtra iefleion, will De
174. This Includes two from Western Virginia,
one from Delaware, six from Maryland, ten
from Kentucky, and seven from Missouri, and
nnt e1vpn members fiom Virginia, and
all the delegations licm the remainlpg slave
rmlrllno- States. This ' will make a loss to the
House of 64 members, as the number of mem
ki.. mor tho rielrffitiona full from all the
States, would be238, ) ,
According to the foregoing estimate, there
w.ll be only twenty-two entire States represent
el at the extra session, and consequently the
Senate will consist of but 46 members, Instead
of 68, whioh would be the number were all the
States represented In that body.
We give the above as the aspect which the
present state of aJMra la the country presents
in regard to the extra session of Congress in
July. Changes may occur between this and the
4th of July, which may throw these calculations
into the shade.'and Increase or diminish the
number anticipated In each branch of the Na
tional Legislature. Whatever changes may
occur, our ardent hope is that the number
Senator and Representatives In Congress may
be largely increased beyond onr present antici
Samuel, R. Bust, President of tbe Home
Guard Central Committee, Cincinnati, recently
addressed a note to Flamin Ball, E-q , U.S.
District Attorney for tbe Southern District of
Ohio, propounding the three following questions:
lit. What Itates an now to considered loyal to the
U. . Gorernment.
Sod. What article! are contraband, and
31. Have we the right to tnp the shipment of goods,
proTislons, etc., to Kentucky, Tonne. orVlrglnialJ
To the firBtqnoation,tMr. Ball replies that
all the Northern States and the States of Dela
ware, Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri, may,
as States, be considered loyal to the Govern
ment of the United States. .. " .u
Mr. Ball's answer to the second question is
as follows: .V-i .rH :
2d. Tbe following articles are contraband of war: all
gold and eilvec cum; aU checke or bills of exchange for
rnone; all at tides of food, oloihlng. and materials for
the manufacture of clothing; a'.l rifle, pistol, musket,
and cannon bails and hellei gr npowder, and all mate
rials used la ila manufacture; ell ammunition and mu
ni lions and implements of war of every description; all
books of military education; saddles, harness, and trap
pings for fijiog artillery, field and staff officers and cavalry
troops; all hones; all gun carriages; all timber for
.kin Hn.i.iin' .ii ktnit. nf naval stores: all enfineo, boil
ers, and Buouinary for boats; all locomotive engloea and
cars for railroad, aud ail other goods and commodities
wlfkh might be useful to tbe enemy in war.
Mr. Ball does not answer the third question
directly. He does not say whether or not "we
have tbe right to stop tbe shipment of goods,
provisions, &c, to Kentucky, Tennessee or
Virginia," but says that "it is obviously Im
proper to present any of the articles above enu
merated, whose ultimate dettination may reach
the rebel forces.7 to be forwarded to those
States." v " .
ETA very thoughtful and sagacious, friend
has asked ns to inquire now It Is that hoop poles
for tent purpose can be purchased cheaper in
New York', than in our own State. .A,. Urge
number having been purchased in the east for
that purpose, our friend thicks they . are of
course bought there because there is a bargain
I n them ; but still.it is not, In his opinion, dealing
fairly with North west Ohio to go abroad for
one of our own stanlo commodities. We cannot
answer tbe inquiry, unless It be that our au
thorities think, we should pay .tribute to New
York la all tbiofsv. 7 s : : A a --?
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WT The Ohio State Journal, after questioning
the integrity, patriotism and loyalty of Maj.
Anoeuon, bas ; just found out tbat nobody
agreed with it', in its unworthy and wicked as
sault upon a brave soldier and honorable man,
and in its Issue of this morniog, that hypocriti
cal paper speaks highly of the recent promotion
of the gallant defender of Fort Sumter. It is
tho daily habit pf the. Journal to slander some
loyal man; and hence its infamy is so notorious
that no one regards it be ;pays any attention to
what it says.
The 0i SlaU Journal if exceedingly anxl
ous to drive Kentucky out of the Union.' Its
leader of this morniog shows the most deadly
hostility to tbe Union men of Kentucky, and It
entertains tho same feeling toward the Union
men in all the Border States. If tbo eounsels
of such Incendiary papers as the Journal were to
prevail, the'.Unlon men in the South would very
soo a, of necessity, be compelled to noite their
fortunes with the. secessionists. . Jcrr. Davis
himself is not a more bitter enemy of the Union
than the Ohi Stat Journal. ' ; '
IT The Republicans of Tom Coawia's dis
trict bold a Convention on tbe 18th of May, at
Morrow, to nominate a Republican candidate
for Congress How is this ? It 'baa been an
nounced that there U no longer any party in the
country, and yet, terels tbe second Republican
Convention which ha! been recently callea in
Ohio, to nominate Congressional candidates. '
DrjgBiw Wato, a corporal lo one . pt the
Volunteer Corps, now. In the seryice, Is a Union
candidate for Congress in that District, end de
serves an election,,...-.'.',"'' ,'',,''".', ,'i "-"
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' 83 the IVegisiitnre.nai resolved to adjourn
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O" Wo find tho following: order from Gen-1
Botlh In the Baltimore Sic of tho 9th May .1
HEADQUARTERS, RELAY HOUSE,
MAY 8, 1861.
SPECIAL BRIGADE ORDERS.
The General In command congratulates tho
troops upon the promptness with which they
have moved aua occupied their present po
sition, which be believes to ne impregnauio
against any force which may be brought against
1 . nt i.i ' KM ! P.la'.hl!!.,, nm .
manding the viaduct, with hlsseoiion in position
eommandiog tbe railroad to Harper's r'errt,
supported by the strong detachment of Col.
Jnnaa' rociment at the Relay House, renders all
movements by tbo raiiroao. entirely wunm our
Mmmud. The same euns command with
crane and canister tbe lord neiow me iron worm,
While ine exieuueu picquew ui ut njuu iu;
protect the rear.
Tbo General has been thus particular In de
scribing his position so that each purtion of tbo
force might know how to conduct In case of
attack, which it only requires vigilance
at once to foil. Tbe General takes tbis oppor
tunity publicly, as he has done privately, to
thauk Lieutenants Fox and Shilley.of the 8th
regiment; for their coolness, promptitudo and
teal in arreetiog one Spenoer, who was uttering
to the presence of the troops at tbe Keiay nouse
the atrooious sentiment that "We (meaning,
himself and brother rebels) acted rightly tow
ard the Massachusetts troops three weeks ago,
Friday. And saying "that the murderous moo
who killed our friends there wore right In their
aotion; and that tbe same men were preparing to
crive us a .warm reception on our return." For
these treasonable speeches, substantially admit
ted by mm in bis written examination, spencer
has been arrested and sent to Annapolis, where
he will be properly dealt with.
Two incidents of tho 2 rarest character mark
ed tbe progress of yesterday. Charles Leonard,
nrivate of comDanv G. Eighth regiment of New
York.was accidentally killed instantaneously Dy
the disobaree of a musket .from which be was
drawing tho charge. He was buried with all tbe
honors, amidst tbe gloom and sorrow 01 every
United States soldier at ibis post, ana toe len
der sympathies of many of tho loyal inhabitants
In our neighborhood.
It is fitting that we nauBe here, even in the
discharge of our present solemn duties, to drop
a tear upon me grave 01 a leuow suiuier,
friend and brother. A pure patriot, he gave
up home for hit country; a heroic, conscien
tious soldier, he died in the act of discharging
his duty; and although he was not stricken by
tbe hand of death amid the clangor of arms and
in the beat of contest, yet his death was no less
glorious because he met it in tbe quiet penorm
ance of his military duty. As a citizen be took
un arms at his country's call: as a private sol
dier he sought only to right in her ranks, and he
met his deatb in support ot that nag wnicn we
all revere and love. The first offering of New
York of the life ol one of her sons upon tbe
country's altar, bis blood mingling on the sou
of Marviand with that of the Massachusetts men
murdered at Baltimore, will form new bond
of union betweeo us and all loyal States; so that,
without need of further incentive to our duty,
We are spurred on by the example of tbe life and
death of Leonard.
The other matter to which the General de
sires to call tbe attention of the troops is this:
Wishing to establish the most friendly relations
between you and this neighborhood, the General
invited all venders ot supplies to visit our camp,
and replenish our somewhat scanty commissa
riat. But to his disgust and horror, be finds well-
authenticated evidence that a private in toe sixtn
regiment has boon poisoned by means of strych
nine administered in tbo food brought Into tbe
camp by one of these peddlers. I am nappy to
be informed that the man is now out of danger.
This act, of course, will render it necessary for
me to cut off all purchases from unauthorized
Are our few insane enemies among the loyal
men of Maryland prepared to wage war upon
ns in this manner 1 Do they know the terrible
lesion of warfare they are teaching ns? Can it
be that they realize the fact tbat we can put an
agent with a word into every household armed
with this terrible weapon? In view of the terrible
consequences of tbis mode of warfare, if adopt
ed by us from their teaching, with every senti
ment ol devotional prayer may we not exclaim:
"Father, forgive them! they know not what
they do?" ' ": ' " ' ' ' - '. '. '
Certain It la that any other tuoh attempt, rea
annahlv authenticated as to the Derson commit-
(ting it, will be followed by tho swiftest, surest
and moat condign pununmenc. . ,
Cols. Lyons, Jones and Major Cooke are
charged with the execution of this order so far
as relates to their several commands, and they
will promulgate the same by causing it to be
read distinctly at tbe head of each company at
B. F. BUTLER,
Brig. Gen. Commanding.
EDWARD G. PARKER,
Lt. Co., Aidede-Camp.
They Want Jeff. Davis in Richmond.
Tbe Richmond Examiner, of the ?th of May
is evidently dissatisfied with things as they then
existed In Richmond, and longs to see Davis
there. It puts its trvfst in him and no one else.
It says :
Tbo presence of Jefferson Davis in Richmond
would be worth an army of fifty thousand men.
He io the man for this hour.. He would be obey
ed. ' He could Inspire confidence, and order, and
energy everywhere, witn otners, our troops
will fight, and perhaps win the battle, but with
bim tbe victory would no sure, ana cnance dc
coma certainty. .
We need a revolutionary Government and a
revolutionary leader, when tbe absolute rnln
of the entire population, and tbe deatb or exile
of all that is best and bravest in a nation, are
the stakes in the great game of civil war, legal
forms, and calculating economy, are simply
idiotic. Energy tbat cares for nothing but the
State's safety is now tbe greatest ot human vl r
tnes in Government, W e hope that we have it
But what is most of all needed is a great
military chief, able to control and wield and
summon from tbe woods and mountains and the
broad plains of .Virginia, the vast arm bearing
and brave, but irregular population that tbey
contain. We have, H is true, several Generals
and many excellent bffioerl Of the regular army,
who are supposed to know the science of war as
well as President Davis. : But their lives have
been spent amid tbe machinery of an old, com
plete and nearly perfect or ganisation,where every
thing was in aople-pie order, and always under
their control. These would be strange exceptions
to the common nature of men if they were capable
of leading a revolution or using with satisfac
tion tbe tremendous ouiruae ana uncertain lorcc
that springs from it; and none of them hold
tbat peculiar position that secures to them ab
solute control over all the mass. Davis has tbis
position, and understands the convulsion tbat
created him. He is the man we want; and the
cannon that announces bis arrival will be the
most joylul music that ever reacne tbe ear.
Tbe Georgia newspapers are opposed to
their people paying any nortnern oeots. ine
Memphis people are opposed to paying any
home debts. The last received papers from
that city nrge that the duty of tbe home debtor
to tbe home creditor is to wait for payment
They say "in the present crisis of affairs, it is
absolutely impossible for debtors to raise means
adeauate to meet their liabilities, and if tbe let
ter of tbe law is to be enforced in regard to them,
it will be at the most terrible sacrifice of prop
erty that ever was witnessed in onr country"
All civil process for the collection, of debts is
denounced, and one writer, making "no bones"
of tbe matter, declares tbat "tbe man of wealth,
who. in times like these, lor greed or gain,
would sacrifice his neighbor's estate, simply
because he has tbe legal power, must be a mark
ed man in the community, and all such known.
Tbey are as much toes to tne common wenare
camp." Tne decreet lawyers 01 mempoi
nave actually reiuseo 10 act as counsel tor citizen
creditors. Boston Fott; n "
FtmaaAL o BtiHof ONncsDOriK , One of the
most Imposing and impreosive services of which
even Trinity Church, N. Y., has been the scene,
occurred in that edifice on Tuesday afternoon,
on tbe' occasion of tbe obsequies of the late
Bishop Ondcrdouk .t The interior of the vast
temple, it is stated, never, perhaps, appeared so
solemn before, draped, as it was, in memorial
mourning. Tbe clergy 01 jm ew x oris, Brooklyn,
wntiamahnrir. antfNew Jersey and other States.
werejiresent In large; Bombers.- There were
W r"-ent an immense congregation of, tbo
1 had assembled for an hour before tbe
r, rommeuoed, crowding the edifice in
, -, n ts The religious eervicee were of the
m hut--character.-' ,''
FRIDAY, May 10, 1861.
Tbe PRESIDENT settled the points of or
der on H. B. 4!)2, to the original bill, by admit
ting au amendment defloiuK "family to mean
wife and minor child or children, or dependent
parent." The question was upon tne original
bill, tbe substitute oil'ered by the majority of
tho oomtuittee pending. Amendment agreed
tO. ' . '! .
A long discaisiou ensued respecting tbe mode
ot raising tue means lor tne roliet ot volun
tocrs. " All agreed it should be done.' A portion
lavorea tne mode provided In tbe original bill
to authorise County Commissioners to levy a
tax for the purpose; others advocated a general
levy throughout tbe Stae. Tbe advocates ol tbe
latter polioy objected tbat the former is a char
ity, and It it Is suob, as its friends admitted
though an honorable charity tbe poor laws of
tbe state are adequate to the occasion, but tbey
contended tbat allowance as additional compen
sation should be made to - volunteers. . They
likewise maintained tbat a county lory fa uulair
since it Is not Just tbat those counties which
have 00 troops in tbe field should be exempt
and according to this mode, the counties whicn
furnish most men 'would also have to furnish
most money.. . s.
Tbo Iriends of the origin! bill contended for
tbe advantages ol levying taxes by. counties,
since the officers in locillties where tbe families
of volunteers reside, are most familiar with
their necessities, sud could manage the fund to
tbe best advantage, Boaidee.lhe coonie wouio
watch the management of the fund, aud It would
not be so ant to be wasted.
A third party favored a general State levy, to
be controlled as otber mate mods aie, duiod
jected to the compensatory feature of the sub
stitute oDcred by tbo ma ority 01 tne commit'
tee, and especially to the proposition to issue
Tbo friends of a county levy also objected
that a general levy would bear hard upon many
counties which bare made voluntary coninou
tions lor the objeots of tbe bill, because thereby
they would be taxed twice.
Tbe Senate refused to strike out the original
bill, and tbe question being upon its passage, it
was read a third time, and the bill pa-sed
H. B. No. 497 To provide for the payment
of costs adjudged against tbo State, and lor otn
er purposes. Read a second time, by title, and
referred lo tbe committee on finance.
The Senate joint resolution relative to taking
a recess until June 4tb, amended by the House
so as to read "adjourn tine alt on Monday
the 13th lust.," was adopted unsnlmoaly
Mr FERGUSON eald,"Mr. President.let us
Mr. HARRISON "I second the motion,
the Senator will take the chair." '
' Mr. EASON "We bad better look to th
Lord, and be dismissed."
The House joint resolution relative to the
publication of 10,000 copies of tbe Militia law
was taken up
Mr. GARFIELD moved to amend it, so as to
provide 9,000 copies in Eoglib and l.UUU in
German. Kelerred to tne committee on rrinc
Inir. ' r . ' '
Mr. GARFIELD Introduced 8. B. 318 To
prevent tbe sale of intoxicating liquors in tbe
vicinity of camps within two miles of camp.
Read a second time and reierred to tue juotci
Mr. MONROE offered the following joint
resolution, viz: '
Retained by the General Aftmbly of the State
of Ohio, That the Board of Trustees uf tbe Obio
Asylum for Idiotic and Imbecile yonttiptre nere
by authorized to receive and bold all donations
which may be made by individuals for the pur
pose of permanently establishing said institu
tion, and the erection of buildings for its ac
commodation. And tbey are also further au
thorized to receive propositions for donations of
land for a site for said inititution, and report up
on tbe same at the next meeting of tbo General
Assembly; provided that tbe State shall be in
volved in no expense in tbe carrying out ol
Referred to tbe committee on tbe Reform
Tbe Senate took a recess nntil 7:30 P. M.
Mr. SPRAGUE, from tbe committee on bn-
rnllment. renorted the correct enrollment of S
B. 501 being tbe seven regiment diuj aiso ine
antlers' bill; also H. a. 44 and an.
Mr. HARRISON, from the Judiciary com
mittee, reported back tbe House bill concerning
the inspection of contraband goods, without
amendment, and recommended its passage
On motion, tbe rules were suspeuded, and tbe
bill was read a third time and passed yeas 2a
- Those who voted In the afiirmativo wore
Messrs. Breck. Brewer. Collins, Cuppy, Cum
miss, Foster, Garfield, Glass, Harrison, Harsh,
Jones. Laekey, McUall. Monroe, Moore, morse,
Orr, Parish, Potts, Potwin, Ready, Smith,
Snrasue. Stanley and White So.
Those who voted in tbe negative were Messrs.
Eason. Newman and rerri) I J
Mr. HARRISON, from the same committee,
recommended the passage of H. B. No. 211
Concerning the payment of nnciaimed costs.
Bill read a third time ana passed unanimously
H. B. 507 Making appropriations for tbe
payment of tbe per diem of members or tbe
General Assembly and their officers, was read a
second and third time, nnder a suspension of tho
rules, and passed with singular unanimity;
whereupon tho Senate adjourned.
FRIDAY, May 10, 1861.
Pending a call of the House, Mr. FLAGG
presented a resolution requiring tbe Board of
Medical Examiners to give tbe reasons why
tbey refused to examine Dr. Sail, or Lincln
nati. " ' '. ,
Mr. FLAGG supported bis resolution in an
amusing argument in its favor and, discaoted
upon tbecnatoms or medical men and the air
lerent schools of medicine. ' .
Proceedings under the call being dispensed
with. . ...
On motion of Mr. (JAKL,i3L,b, mo joint
resolution relative to the publication of the
militia laws of the State, was taken from tbe
table. ' ' ' -"
Mr. PLANTS moved to amend by including
all tbo militia laws of the State, relating; to
the militia of the State, which was agreed to,
when the resolution was adopted. '
Mr. GAMBLE made a report from the com
mittee on Federal Relations, reporting back tbe
Senate joint resolution ratifying tbe amendment
known as the 13th article of tbe United States
Mr. PARSONS moved to lay tbe same on
the table, which was agreed to yeas 44, nays
39. ."-' -.
The Senate's amendment to the House
amendment to the Seven Regiment bill was
taken np, when a general explanatory discussion
took place, after which the amendment was
acrited to veaa 58. nava ID. ...
Mr.DEVORE rose to a question of privilege,
la relation to the correspondence of tbe Cincin
nati Gt telle from tbis city, io reference to him
self, and pronounced tbe charge laise,and known
to be so by tbe writer.
Mr. PARSONS Introduced H. B. 507-To
make an additional appropriation which was
read tbe first, second and third times, when
Mr. VORI3 moved to amend the same by in
serting the appropriation for the oanals.
Mr. FLAGG moved to insert an amendment
providing for the salary of sundry officers of tbe
Governor's Staff, amounting in the aggregate
to $10,500. . . , .
After a nrotracted discussion on points of or
der, and tbe appropriateness of the amendment
offered by Mr. Voris, Mr. V. withdrew a part of
his amendment, when . ,
, The previous .question was demanded ana
sustained. ' . ' 1
That osrt of Mr. VORIS's amendment that
was not withdrawn was voted upon, when lt was
disagreed to yeas 5, nays 80.
Tbe amendment or Mr. rhAtiu was oibb
greed to. - - - .. .'. I
7 fTM.- tawAsi ir.an ah 4 ft el fcmsMt.lsi 'tot
the bill, which resulted yeas 70, blys H.
Mr. MONAHAo, from tbe committee on
Militia, . "-'d a resolution providing for tbe
unrohaae ol five thousand copies of The Volun
teer's Manual, by Gen. T. Worthlogton three
thousand copies ror tbe legislature, ana two
thousand copies for the Adjutant General, at .30
cents per oopy. - .; '. . ,
Mr. Mx rJKa moved to ox it at xu cents.
Mr. PARSONS moved that the whole number
plaoed at the disposal of the Adjutant Gene
Mr.PLANT3mircegtcd that the Publishers
be authorized to print 100,000 copies, and sell
mem to anybody wanting tnem.
.. rar. moulunu moved tnat tne suo)eot oe
laid on the table,. which was agreed to yeas oj,
naia 21. .
Mr. WOODS moved to take from the table
S. B 314 -Making certain appropriations tor
tne rubiio works, whicn was agreed to ye
40, nays 36. . , .
ihe previous nucstion was demanded, wneu
the Homo refused to sustain It yeas 34,
nays45.M. . .", ,
Mr. PARSON3 made an earnest appeal to
tbe House to pass this bill, to preserve tbe pub
lic works Iroro ruin, and in aiscnarge 01 a mgu
dntv to the neonle of the State. Tho House
would be held responsible ior tois matter, u me
bill fails. ' It la a question whether the just debts
of tbe State shall be paid, ana wneiner toe
canals shall be kept' in nse till the time they
are to be let. lie was satined mat memoers
ot this House would not hesitate a moment to
vote for this bill. It was objected tbat this bill
appropriates money for the payment of contracts
aud debts not provided ior Dy law, growing out
of repairs to the oanals last year. , If this bill
is not passed, the Board will be compelled to
abitbdou the public works, or violate the laws
again, and present the same claim to the next
Legislature in aggravated lorm.
Mr. WOODS followed in a like appeal, and
presented the condition of the contractors, and
tbe absolute necessity for tho pasaage of the
bill, cot only to pay the salaries of those en
gaged on the public works, but to pay tbe hon
est claims of poor men suffering for their dues
, Mr. CONVERSE moved to amend by provid
ing that all obecks shall be paid In the order
of their presentation, which was agreed to.
Mr. PARR moved to amend by providing
that this sot shall not take effect till the tenth
day of June, when it shall become void if tbe
canals are not leased.
Pending this motion, the House took a re
cess till to morrow morning at ten o'clock.
SATURDAY, May 11, 1861.
Mr. FERGUSON presented a memorial from
J. W. Sibley, C. W. West and others, of Cin
cinnati, relative to Sinks. Laid on the table.
Mr. STANLEY, from tbe Finance committee,
recommended the passage of
H. B. No. 497 To provide for tbe payment
of costs adjudged against the State of Ohlo.aud
for other purposes.
Read a third time and passed yeas 24, nays 1,
Mr. POTTS, from the committee on Printing,
recommended tne Innennite postponement ot 11.
J. R. rcUtivo to publishing tbe militia laws,
because the matter had already been provided
for by a previous resolution. Agreed to.
Mr. MONROE, from tbo select committee,
to whom was referred bis joint resolution re'
specting the Asylum for.Idiots, reported it back
with amendments, recommending its adoption.
Amendments agreed to and tho resolution
Mr. JONES, from the Judiciary committee,
recommended the engrossment of S. B. 318
Relative to the sale of intoxicating liquors in
the vicinity of military camps after tbe adop
tion of a substitute.
' Mr. PARISH moved to amend the substitute
by striking out tbat portion ol tbe bill which
permits commissioned officers to authorize tbe
sale of liquors. He was willing tbat such au
thority should be vested In the commanding
officer that such sale should be made on tbe
certificate of a surgeon. Not agreed to.
The bill was read a third time and passed
yeas 24, nays 0. It absolutely prohibits the sale
of liquor to volunteers anywhere in tbe Bute
without tbe certificate of a commissioned officer
Mr. JONE3,from tbe Finance cammittee,re
ported S. B. No. 319 To amend the Free Bank
ine act of 1851. ' It enables said banks to di
minish their circulation. : - .
The constitutional rules were suspended, and
said bill was read a second and third time, and
PUBLISHING MILITARY LAWS AND REGULATIONS.
j Mr. MORSE offered the following resolution:
Rriolved, by the General Aetembly of the State
of Ohio, Tbat tbe Adjutant ucneral is hereby an
tborized and directed to issue, as soon as praoti
cable, a second edition ot tbe Ohio State Rcgula
tions often thousand copies, with all the milita
ry laws of this State io force added thereto; of
which not more man one thousand copies shall
be bound io muslin, and tbe balance in paper, for
distribution to the Militia aud the Militia of the
Reserve of this State-
Mr. SCHLEICII moved to amend by adding
Renhtd. Further, that Senate Joint Resolu
tion No. 18 be and the same is hereby rescind
ed, and tbat the secretary of State is hereby
authorized to publish, on a single sheet, 5,000
copies of the militia laws passed at tbe present
adjourned session of tbe General Assembly.
' Whica was agreed to, ana tne resolution
CLAIM OF SAMUEL DOYLE.
Mr. WHITE moved to take from the table
II. J. R. No. 100, relative to the claim of Sam
nel Doyle, which was agreed to.
Mr. WHITE moved to insert the following
substitute for said resolution, which was agreed
to: : .. j
Rttohed, btt the General Ateembly of the State
of Ohio, that the Auditor of State is hereby au
thorised to draw nis warrant on ins rreesury
in favor of Samuel Doyle, lor tbe sum of twen
ty-seven hundred and sixty-one dollars and forty
four cents, ($2,701,44) being the balance due
on tbe checks drawn December 15, 1856, Janu
ary 15, 1U57, and February 15, lS57.each for
the sum of $1,915, and payabls to Samuel Doyle,
which monev, when so received, shall be in full
of all demands on tbe part of said Samuel
Doylo and Samuel Doyle 4 Co., against the
State ot unto, oi every una ana oescripuon
growing out of tbe contract between said Doyle
- . . .i n. . . . r l:. I .in
6L UO. ana me duis oi uuiu tor repairs oi oeo
No. 2 of the Publio Works of the State, up to
lebrunry 15, 1857, the time for which said
checks were given. . . r-
On motion, tbe senate mok a recess.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, May 11th, 1861.
Prayer by Rer. Mr. Trimbl.
- Mr. SLUSSER, from tbe Select committee to
whom was referred the resolution relative to
medical treatment of convicts in the Peniten
tiarv renorted the same back, with a report
thereon, which was placed on the table to be
printed. ' -" '
Mr. BRUFF reported a resolution relative to
printing an excess of tbe German copies of the
report of tbe (commissioners eiaiisuos, wnicn
was laid in the table for discussion. -'
The House resumed the consideration of S.
B. 314 To Day outstanding checks of the Pub-
lie Works, and tbe current expense of the same,
in part pending the amendment of Mr, Parr,
nrovidine that this bill shall not take effect till
tbe tenth of June, ana snau do void it - tne ca
nals are nnt leased. 1 ; '- "'
Mr. PATTERSON moved to amend by In
sertlng an item providing for the payment of
tbe checks of o. uoyie ec VO , wnicn was ais-
aereed to. '
Mr. JONAH supported me amendment oi
Mr Parr, 'as the only condition on which be
could vote for the bill. -
Mr. DEVORE took the same position, bold-
log tbat it was tbe only way to make tbe lease
Mr. VORIS opposed tbis amendment, Insist
ing that the claims provided for In this bill
should stand noon their own merits.
Mr. NIGH Insisted neon tbe adoption ot tnis
amendment, as tbe wnly condition on which the
bill ought to be passed. He believed tbat tbe
lease of tbe canals would be defeated, If tbis
proviso was not adopted. ; ' '
Mr. rtiAK i a of conrse wouia not lustny
public functionaries In exceeding their anthori-
tv: but there is a Kind or common sense con
struction, lobe put upon tbe duties and responel
bility of 'all officers to warrant them In doing
what fs actnally for the best. The items here
provided for were made for the publio benefit;
Tbey oanaot be repudiated.' . Tbey will be paid.
ii not now, hereafter with interest. The ques
tion now is, shall they be paid now, when they
ought to be paid. . . '
Mr. BCUTT, of Jefferson, was willing and
ready to vote the salaries of thePubllo Works
officers till tbe canals were leased. But he was
not willing to pay the whole amount of this bill.
lie tberelore moved to amend by striking out
the second and third sections, whlob provide
for tho payment of the outstanding ohecks of the
Mr. hills held tbat tbe neonle have a
right to rid themselves of the canals and tbe
onerous burdens connected with them. ' He said
the provisions of this bill had been opposed by
a party on this floor, that had been mistaken as
factious; but he would go to tbe larthest bounds
of honesty to pay all claims He was for tho
amendment ol Mr. Scott, and would add to lt
the striking out of tbe Lewistown Reservoir. '
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, said it was ad
mitted that tbe outstanding; checks are honest
claims; and yet lt was proposed to refuse tbe
payment or them tin tne canals are leased a
contingency tbat we have no right to Interpose,
any more than any debtor bas to reluse to pay
his honest debts till something was done, that
be desired, by a third person. . ' . .
Mr. IIEHKICK said these claims bad been
made without law, and tbey ought to be yet fur
ther considered before they are paid. He was
in favor of tbe amendment of Mr. PARR, and
wonld be willing to vote for it, with Mr Scott's
Mr. PARSONS demanded the previous qnes
tion, which was sustained. . ...
The question then turned on tbe amendment
of Mr. Scott, of Jefferson, when a division of
the question was demanded. Tbe vote was then
taken on striking out the second section) which
resulted yeas 19, nays 61.
The House then refused to strike out the third
The vote was then taken on Mr. PARR'S
amendment, which resulted yeas 44, nays 43
Tbe bill was ordered to be engrossed yeas
44, nays 11.
The bill was then read a third time, when
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, moved to amend
(he bill by striking out the appropriation for
tbe Lewistown Refervoir, which was disagreed
to veas 13. nava 05. , . .
The vote was then called on the passage of
the bill, which resulted yeas 71, nays 1U.
The House then took a recess. ,
Who is going to Run "Der Machine?"
Tbe "Railroad Battery" Is tbe name given
to a war contrivance which bas lust been con'
atruoted at Philadelphia, for servioe on the
Philadelphia. Wilmington and Baltimore Rail
road, and which is expected to be in motion In
a day or two. It will be need on tbat part of the
road between Havre de Grace and Baltimore,
and perhaps in Baltimore. It is said to be a
formidable engine of destruction. It consists of
a long platform car, resembling In general ap
pearance a baggage car. The sides and top,
however, aro plated with iron plates. Along the
sides are loop-boles for musketry and port-holes
for cannon. On a turn-table In tbe centre, a
rifled cannon is to be placed, of very long range
and perfect accuracy. The carriage of tbe gnn
is constructed in such a manner that . it can be
fired at any angle from either of tbe sides, or
from the ends of tbe car. Tbe cannon will be
loaded with either shot or shell, or with pieces
of iron punched from locomotive boilers.
Fifty sharp-shooters, armed with Minis rifles,
will be placed inside, besides enougn experienc
ed artillerists to work tbe cannon. Tbe design
ia to have tbis battery in front of a locomotive
and train of cars. Wben tbo bell of tbe rail
road battery rings, it will be wise to clear tbe
track. Boiton Courier. ,
Holloway's Pills and Ointment.
Piles and Fistdlas. Consolation for tho Af
flictedsufferers from these terrible penalties
of abused nature, will find speedy relief by a
few applications of tbis popular oiotmeot. A
steady perseverance la its use, will, with the aid
of the Pills, effect a radical cure without re
course to feature or otber barbarous operations
worthy the dark ages or Bclenoe. .1 be fills are
a most valuable specifio for indigestion and by
their aperient action on the bowels, they exter
minate tbe primary cause of piles, io. Sold by
all Druggists, at 25c. , C2c. and f 1 per box or
pot. . :i
A Pore, Healthy Tonio, and one free from
the deleterious aad injurious effects sure to fol
low those In ordinary use, bas long been felt to
be a desideratuji In tbe medical world., eoco
a tonic, and one so skillfully combined from the
vegetable kingdom as to act In perfect accor
dance with the laws of nature, and thus soctho
the weakest stomach, and at the same time al
lay nervous and other irritations, and tons np
all the organs of which tbe human body is oom
posed, is offered In Prof. Wood's Restorative
Cordial and Blood Renovator. Hence it Is per
fectly adapted to old andyoong. Reader, try it.
Thousands have already done so, and the testi
mony is universal in lis favor Attn Yorlt
ETDoctor Lelano's Antl-Rheumatio Band is
the only known remedy for Rheumatism, Gout
and iNeuralgla, and the pernicious, effects of
Mercury i and it is with the greatest satisfaction,
as to its merits, that we call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement in another column
of our paper of the Antl-Rheumatio Band.','
Da. Bkllingham's Ongdent. The American
agency of this universally famous article for
stimulating tho growth of beard, whiskers, or
scalp hair, ia now confided exclusively to tbe
highly respectable firm of Messrs. Horace L.
liegeman k Co., of New York, thus giving tbe
American purchaser a double guarantee oi its
nsual recommendatory merits. The announce
ment of the New York agency is a weloome
feature in our advertising columns. " ,
G UERNSEY'S BALM!
THE UNION FOREVER
TTN ION ENVELOPES A UAK1TY OT
J aesigns, ei,uu per i,uuu. ... ,i . ,, ... j ,
TNIOIT IEITER AUD HOT! PIPES, -
at half the prlc charged by small dealer. :
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Columbus, ay8, lefll. J.U.R1LEV.
St. .:'- i ..'.! . :
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. Corner Sprinsr & Water Bts.,
Ws b. potts : "& CO.,
ind Hannfutarer of Bras and Composition Castings,
Finished Brass Work oi ail inscriptions. . .
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febiwi-diy ' u :
The Celebrated Ilorse," Cruiser,,
TNPOKTE1) THIS YEAR PKOirt
X RoKland. by JOHN B. BARKY, will stand thlsi
man at the farm of Wm. II. RareT. Oroveoort. Ohio.
Cruiser Is of the celebrated Venison stock of England,
and was sired by old Venison, th winner of the Derby
race In 18)3. Venison proved himself th stoutest horse
of his day, having traveled n root in on year, when
only thn years old, nine nunarea miles, ana run lour
teen rices, and one twelve.
Cruiser wis bred by Lord Dorchester lit 1653; sired by
Venison by Partiaan, by Walton, out of Parasol by Psta-
. . u 1 1. ntu. .1 . x,.. l
Luna, mm oi giiiiwj. uiuim umh wm ikv MVDr. or
Tramp, out of Byotaxlna, sister to Syntax, sir of Bees
wing, th dam of New Minster, the most valuable Stallion
bow in England, and stands at fifty guineas (92a)). - j
Tlioromhbred mares. On Hundred Dollar. A liber
al arrangement will be made with farmers of th neigh
borhood wishing to put common-bred mares. ,, ,
ilr Mares from a uisiance will be taken car or
may , aitw3t - - ;..m v 'v:
t V 1 ,1
Handsooa and economical
vmrtst ' ; '
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JTJHT PUBLISHED. ON TBI NATURE. TREA
UEMT AND RADICAL OU&JI Or SPERMATORRHEA
or Seminal Weakness, Baxual Debility, Narvouiness.In
voluntary Xmlstlooa and ImpoUnojr, resultinc from
Beir-abuse, ste. cj rodi. . uaiTsrwsu, at. u. Bent
ander seal, In a plain anvalopa, to any a4dres,posl
nald. on raoalnt of two stamps, by Dr. OlIAS. J.O .
KLINl, 137 Bowary, Hew York. Voat Offlo. Boa, No
4.5Ho. .. .-aumiftatUaw,
Ia all oases of eosUvanass, dyspspsla, MUlous and Uvei
alfsotlons, ptlse, rheumatism, fevers aad agues, obstl
nato head aches, and all general derangements of health
these 'Pills navt Invariably pro-red a eertatn and speedy
remedy. A single trial wilt plao the Life Pills beyond
tha reach of competition In thssstimaUon of every pa'
(tout. , ......... .. , -
Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters will be found equally tt
noaeious m all oases of nervous deWllty; dyspepsia, bead
aohe, the sickness Inoldent to females In delloaU health,
aad evary kind of weakness of the dlgeatlr organs.
For ealebvDr.W.B. MOrrAT,3W, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Druggist. majrfS-dkwly
The following' i an extract from a
letter written by the Ray. J. 8. Holme, paster ot the
Plempolnt-Btraet Baptist Ohuroh, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O. , and speaks
volunes In favor of that world-renowned medlolne, Mrs -
Wnmow's Bqothum Rraor roa Children Tnrmirai .
"Wo sea an. advartlsment la your columns of Alas
WnrsLow's Boothim Braor. Now we nerer said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In onr life, but we
foal compelled lo aay to your readers that this is no bum
bug ws bavi nun it, am know it to au. it
cuius. It Is probably one of tha moat successful medi
cines of tho day, necaus it is ona of tha beet. And those
of your readers who have babies can't do better than
lay In a supply." ... ., osf:iyaw
To csnsnmptirsi, . ,
Th Advertiser, having been restored to health In a few
weeks by every simple remedy, after having offered v
sral year with a sever long affection, and that dread
disease. Consumption Is anxious to make known to his
fellow-sufferer the means of ear.'
To all who desire It, he will aend a copy of the prescrip
tion used (fre ot charge), with th directions for prepar
ing and using th asm, which they will find ro OcaE
for OossrjMmon, Asthma, BRoxcarrm, o. Tha only
object of th advertiser in sending the Prescription Is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he eon
eetve to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try bis remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing. . . .
raroet wianing in prescription win pieasa sou res
Bav. EDWARD A. WILSON,
, i ) . Wllllamsburgh,
Kings County, New York
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IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BQ3TON AND GALWAY.
. The following new and magnificent first-class paddle
woeei nuamsnip compos in aoov una:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, J. Maokv
. i (formerly of th Collins Line.)
HIBERNIA, ' 4,400 tons burthen. Capt. H. Paowm,
COLUMBU, 4.4(10 ' . - . h. LatTcn.
ANGLI4. ..... 4,400 ' - Nichouom,
PAOiriO, S60O " " , I SmiH
PRINCB ALBERT. (Screw.)
3,300 . . '. .' , J.WiUtia.
One of th above ship will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway, car
rying in government mans, toucning at pt. Johns
The Btewners of this line ban been constructed with
th greatest can, under the supervision of the goyern-
mcDi, hit, wiier-iiRm oomparimenia. ana are nneaoel.
lea foroomfort, isfsty and speed bv anv steam ri afloat.
Tbey ar commanded by able and experienced ofhoera.
and every exertion will be mad to promote th comfort
An experienced BorgMB attached to each ihip,
, RATES OF PASSAGE.
Third-class, " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any rown in ireiaaa, on a mil way, - - - a
Third-class passenger, are liberally eunnlled with nro
visions of the best quality, oooked and served by lh er-
vani oi in uompany. . - .
" - ' RETURN TICKETS."' 1 '
Parties wishing to send for their friend from lha eld
country can obtain ticket from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from tha principal olUel of England and Boot-
lana, h Tory low rate.
Passenger for Mew York, arriving by th Boston
Steamers, will be forwarded to New Xork fre of charge
or passag or mriner iniormauon, apniy to .
At the offlo of th Company, on th wharf, foot of
trcck, t.vw lull. .
BOWLAKD 4s ABPINff ALL, Agents
RATES OF PASSAGE., c) i . ;
H. T. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool $100
,!' " ' v 75
. . i " ' . olt John's - i - 35
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""Moxabio.os, ' ' ' J,1.'.v
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Fsinch Muslins, , ,
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FlIRCH OlOANDIBf, A'..-if. i-.-m
. , , CaiNisi WashIno Silis, ',
EtioaaT Daiss Bilks, ' H. -'
HiAvr Basqux Ann Mantli Silks;
And all other new and fashionable 'materials most In
demand for handsome I) raises and Mantillas. ...,,,,!
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api29 Ho S9 Booth High street.
'Red, White and Bine
DELAIWFS,"',''-! ' " '''''"'
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f. .T i I.
Just opened by
aprM ' '1 .-i :
: -, 'X.i BAIN k SON, I
No. 99 South High street.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
rTMIEFOLIjOWINO CHANGES TFERE
JL mad In th th offloers of this Bank, January S9ib,
1H61, to wit: WM. A. Putt, President, and Taosu
Moonbt, Cuhler, resigned thelrofflce. Javip TiTLoa,
Baa.., wm then elected President and Fa- A. Putt ap
pointed Cashier. '.' v i -
. uy orner ot tt goard ol directors. 1 . . ,, .
lrebJ,ieei-dtr. a. pl ATT, Cashier.
, J. OAHD.
inrrm amirioah watch oompahy, o Walt-
bam, Uus. (begs to call th attention of Ihe publloto
th following emphatlo recommendation of Waltham
Watches, by the leading practical Watchmakarsand Jaw
alers throushoul the United Btatas. Th entire list of
signatures to It Ii quite too long for pablloaUon la on
advertisement; hut th names presented will be roog
nixed by those acquainted with th Trade as being in th
highest degree respectable and and Influtntlal. At lhlr
establishments may always bs found the genuln Watt h.
es of Ui Company's manufacture, In great variety.
' Signatures from many titles and towns not fully rep
resented In this list will appear In a fntnr adrerttse
ment. t ;
TO THE PUBLIC
The unJersljned, practical Watchmakers and dealers In .
Watches, having bought and sold American Watches for
number of years put, and having dealt In all kinds of.
foreign Watches for a much longer period of Urns, bag to '
state that they have never dealt In Watches which, as a
last, or In Individual instances, hav been mor satis
factory to themselves or customers, whether In respect ot
durability, beauty of finish, mathematically correct pro
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, or oj
tne ttme-keeptno results, than those manufaotmed by
th Waltham Company. '
N. . CRITTENDEN,
JAMES J ROSB.
H. JENKINS St CO.,
BEOOS at SMITH,
WM. WILSON McOREW,
DUHMH Sr. CO.,
KING fc BROTHER.
J. T. at E. M. EDWARDS,
JOHN H. MORBE,
W. U. RIOHMONO,
H. D. KAYS,
B. D. LILLE8TON,
B. OURRAN, -W.
I. B. TOBIN,
BA88B c HtTL'MAN,
A. P. BOYNTON,
WM. M. MAYO,
1. NORTH KY,
A. W. fORD,
J. M. FOX, i
H. fc D.KOBENBEBQ, ,
0. A. BURR At OU.
R. 8. ETTENHRIUER t CO.
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
W. W. IIlNNAU,
n. R. II. O. OARPBNTKK,
I10RKIN8 Ac EVANS,
JOHN II. IVES,
WILLIAMS fc CO. ,
J. N. BKNNKT,
A, 8. BTORHB.
WM. 8. MORGAN,
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD at PUTHAN.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
L. O. DUNNING,
W. P. BINGHAM 4c CO.,
OHAB. G. FRENCH.
O. A. DICKEN8EN.
Q. H.BASOOMfc CO.,
J. M. BTANBH.
TIIE. P. PIOKERINO,
M. 8. BUlTn
A. B.VAN OOTT,
8. O. BPAULDIN0,
W. A. OILBS,
RHINEHAN Ac MEYRAN,
BAM'L BROWN, Jr., ,
GEO- B. TITOS.
HHOKMAN Ac YOnK.
Joseph ladomcs, '
J. J. BLAIR,
GEO. W. MoOALLA,
GEORGE HELLER, '
V. P HELLER,
8 T. BOVrMAN,
J. O. BANNA,
O. T. ROBERTS,
CIIA8. L. PI8HER,
R. U. St. OLAIit,
R. As A. PUTER80N,
W. T. RAE,
ENOCH V. BILL8,
HENRY H. JAMBS.
T. B. LITTLE,
CARSON 4c BRANNDN,
A. W. PYLB, '
BIMPSbN Ac PBIOI,
J. Ac A. GARDNER .
MAURICE at HENRY.
J T. BCOTT A CO.,
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
I. A. VOQI.EK,
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
BENJ. B. COOK,
DEXIER at IIA8KIN8,
At BERT PITTS,
8. N. BTOHY.
0. W. FOGG,
auos sanborn, :
W. M. ROOT.
JOHN B. BCOTT, : ". i
WM. KIRKHAM. Jr
L. D. ANTHONY Ac CO.,
PEL If Q ARNOLD,
THOMAS STEELS A CO..
HEMINGWAY Ac BTiVENB,
WM. ROGERS At BON,
O. J. MUNSON, - . -. .
E. BENJAMIN, - - 1 -
J. B. KIRBY,
E.g. HUNTINGTON 4c CO.,
. A. WOODFORD,
H. D. HALL.
JOHN L. 8MITII,
JOHN GORDON, !
J. 0. BLACKHAN,
L. B. HANDKR80N,
N. G. CARR, '
8. J. MELL1BII,
W. O. O. WOODBURY,
REUBEN BPENOER, '.
WM. B.MORRILL,. , .
JONATHAN HOSMERy. '
N. W. GODDARD,
0HA8. 1. BACON,
V. M. HARDI80N,
TWOMBLY Ac BMITH,
MOSES M.BWAN, ,. .
J. A MERRILL
ROBERT N. BODGE.
J. T. IIOWLAND,
TOMPKINB Ac MORRIB, i ,
0. 0. WILLIAMS, 1
G. 8. fcO. L. ROGERS, -
D. 1. LUCY,
BRIN8MAID A HILDRITH,
T. 0. PHINNEY,
A. A. HEAD.
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J.H. MURDOCH. ' ;
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W. K. WALLACE,
LE ANDES AMADON,
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. Harrisburg, "
Lancaster . "
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Peterson, N. J.
. Bordentown, " .'
, Cumberland, Md
- Nashvlll. "
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Bavannah . . . Ga..
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Richmond, ' "
Salem, N. 0. '
New Bedford, i
Taunton. " .
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ROBERT W1LKER, ' ' " ' Toronto, ' O.W.'
Oaotior, As our Watch is bow MUnalvely oonnter-T . .
felted by foreign manufacturers, w bar to Inform th
pukllo that no watch bif our production which Is, aaao.; iV .
oompanied by a oertlflcat of ' genuineness, be ring ths
number of th watch,' and slgnedl by ar Treasurer, .
a. Bobbins, or by our predecessors, Apple ton, Tracy . i
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As thess watch ar for sal by ieweler geawalry
throughout th Union, th AaMrkaa Watch Company,. V
do not solicit orders for alngl watohes. ... i : iv.j
BOBBINI JsAPPlltON '
Wholesal Agents, Ro. 189 Broadwa
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