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VaWTPRSaT U. rnblUUri-
oa tea day v
Declaration of War.
'j-iw.r. Government of thf Con
. . .iid. haa made a formal
federate dwwi v . f
Declaration of War against the Government of
the United State, which It professes to regard
as a forelga andhoetUe powers But ,m ? a..
. .t ' Waahlneton haa made and can
mUe no ,h pealaration of War against Abase
self-styled Confederate States.
The power "to declare war, to grant letters
of marque and reprisal," &o Is, by the Coo
', -.a in ConBressi but Congress,
k u m..uin ,itra session In July next, will
not snake a formaf peclaratlon of War against
a-a Bt.tMnr the revolutionary Govern
ment at Montgomery i because It must recognlxe
thow State, as still forming parto, tne .u
al TJoion; and, mnet treat .that Oovnmeni as
r iniiwidaila In rebellion against
.wiiiMerlvtd from tba Constitution and
I ta authority derma v .
laws or tne union.
All that the Federal Government all tnai
Congress can do, is ta take suon meur
are authorixed by the Constitution and by laws
in B..r9uance thereof, for suppressing
. . i k:.i;nn.
i,mM renoiuuu. tu d
.... . n...iSnitinn. lh
.gainst the autboru, oi
treaties and the Vr.r 1 . v.
nlace iuour.enbappy oouniry mjji""-
A t r.'. Ja!nalion ot a Civil war.
the familiar desigoaiwn oi
while it may, and probably wnuoa
' . r . J .m., totiiftn
miserv, the slauger ana ueviv-
will oroduce than any war with a foreign power
00uld nssiblybe.lt can no more be compared
, iL . iu.ifc nf th A mill.
to suah a war than the oalling out of the mm
... in id of the civil authoriliea oi a cuy
- e.. t .anDraas a riot or quell, an Iniurree-
u h 1 kned to a war with Great Brit-
tlon, could be likened to a war wi
aid or Trance, aiwr a iorui. -v
tilities on both sides.
. ..., in nv anterorise invoiv-
II Tnii uigu J
ing5reat expenfe MB'"L , "i-
senUal to have -tn anus , aiui- . v.-..,
j .r.A .wnritelv defioed.it is certainiy
aenww -u "-w . .
, ru - !mnnnl when thev
t tnousana-io.a u.".- 77 :" ,", . '
gage io tha aweful work of destruction, carnage
and misery which muB lonowm rwi.
n.v u v.rna na tuiv u no to oeciare
1 OB w.ll ,. ,
.gainst the South, ,but to save ine .DIOu.
possible, from the hands oi.woso wo r
in tn divide and destroy it. These conepira-
tn acralnst Our peace and safety are to be
down b, the atrong arm of physical force,
not a single sUr may be blotted, out from
galaxy of our political heavens.
The News from St. Louis.
ill be found
file news from St. Louis w
ne the telceraphic head. In Saturday's Sfofcs.
taaa we published among our telegraphic
r..n v T.vnn. commanilnff
tne now - -
the Volunteers In the service of the Uoi
Suti at St. Louis, to Gen. Faosr. Injustice
ia tha latter eentleman1, who was In command
ofthe State troops who were captured, we
his note to Capt. Lvon, which was not sent
telewaDh. We find It in the Cincinnati papers,
ni..i from the Missouri rVpiioJieaii. It is
HEADQUARTERS, CAMP JACKSON,
MISSOURI MILITIA, May 10, 1861.
Cnttatn Ji. Ho, Commanding DiUted State Tfoopt
in ana awu -i-
Bia- lam constantly In receipt of Information that
.n contemplate aa attack upon my Camp, whiles I
5e"nT u.at "a are Imprest wlU. the Idea that
M.Ukupon the Arwnal and United I States i troope Is
"tlnded on depart of ue militia of Missouri. Iam
greatly ata losatokoow what ooold JuaUfy jroain al
ScTing eititens of the United Bute, who are in the
lawfal performance of datlee devolving on them, under
the Constitution, in organUlng and Instrnetlng the mili
tia of me State in obedience to her laws and therefore
have been dlspoeed todoalrt the oorreotness of tbe Infor
mation I have received.
I wonld be glad to know from you personally, whether
thsre It any truth 1a tbe statements mat are constantly
uoured Into my ears. 8o far as regards any hostlllly be
Ina intended toward the United States, or its property or
representatives, by any portion of my eommand. or as
far as I caa learn, (and I think I am fully Informed) of
any oilier part of the State forces, 1 can soy positively
that the Idea has never been entertained. On the con
trary, prior to your taking command of the Arsenal, I
proffered to Major Bell, men in command of the very few
troops constituting ita guard, the service of myself and
all my eommand, and. if necesiary, the whole power of
tne State, to protect the United States In tbe full poeses
slou ol all her property. Upon OwveralUarney's taking
command of this department, I made the same proffer of
services to him, and authorised bis Adjutant-General,
Captain Williams, to communicate the fact mat such had
been done to the War Department. I havo bad no oc
casion since to change any ot tha views 1 entertained at
mat Use, neither ol my own volition nor through orders
. Mn.HtnUAMl eomBnuider'
I trust that after this explicit statement, we may be
.l.i. k. f..n. nnfinatandiDC each other, to keep tar from
cur borders the misfortunes which so unhappily afflict
our common oountry. .... . . ,
Thi. Mmnmnieaiion will be handed to yoa by Colonel
Bowea, say Chief of Buff, who wUl be able to explain
any thiol not fully set forth in the foregoing.
1 am. air. very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Brigadier General D. M. FROST, Commanding Camp Jackson. M. V. M.
Another Coolie Tragedy—Great Slaughter.
.ilThs-Hong Kong tret, of February 2C, re
lates tbe more prominent particulars of another
coolie trairedv in those waters: The Ameri
can shin Leonidas. Captain Woods, was dig
natched from Canton by the French bong on
Friday last. While at anchor two or three miles
below tba Macao paaaage rori, waiting tor a
breeze to carry her over the bar, about eight
o'olock on Hunday morning, a amturoanoe oc
curred in the between decks. This was simply
a rase to attract the officers to the spot. The
first and third mates immediately went below
tJ ascertain what was the matter, whan tbey
were savagely set upon by the coolies. The first
mate managed to get back on deck, though se
verely cut about the head and neck. He then
found tbat a large batch of the coolies whom
be bad left on deck at breakfast bad rushed into
the cabin and were assaulting the Captain, on
whom tbey had inflicted two desperate cuts
ova tha nose risbt throosh the cartilage. The
Captain's wife was assaulted with be ins, Ate.,
and severely cut on the besd, which bled pro
fusely, though tbe wounds are not deep. The
Captain managed to seize a musket, wltb whlci
he shot one ot the miscreants dead, felling an
other with the butt By this time the crew came
aft,' loaded the arms and drove the whole ef
the' coolies below, shooting some twenty-nine
of them. The coolies then collected a heap of
wood and aet fire to it. Tbe Captain battened
them down, when, finding the smoke unendura
ble, tbe coolies put the fire out themselves. Tbe
batches were then removed, and the third mate
extricated, i He waa so badly wounded, bow
ever, tbat he was not expected to live. - ?
Tbe Captain then sent bis wife away to Can
ton in the pilot boat. In paasing tha Macao
' fort aha cava the alarm M The officer la charge
ant thlrtv soldiers ekiwn. with orders to put
ilnen at! resistance ef mrmi$. All was found
quiet-: Medical aid was promptly supplied.
The mate is badly cut. Out of two hundred
and fifty coolies, ninety-four were missing
" killed, drowned or escaped. H. M. gunboat
Weasel towed the Leonidas back.
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Columbus, O., April 12, 1861.
No official information having been yet re
celved at General Head Quarters of tbe quota
of Ohio troops to be embraced in the secoud
call of the President of the United States, the
organization of additional regiments will bade
Jerred.. until ..receipt of tbs papers designating
Columbus, O., April 12, 1861. H. B. CARRINGTON,
The Gathering of the War Cloud in Europe
[Correspondence of the Boston Traveler.]
PARIS, April 11.
m, political atmosDhere (u never mora -
tiled thaa It It now by 11 manner of alarmlug
.imnrai UIM loner faoea VOW Rueala icd FrDC
nUNd into ft eeeret treaty for the. partition of
Tiipkni. fa noor nnnntrv. which la certainly in a
Mt dmloraMe condition.) oa we i.u u
Much lMt: other faces, no wave ehorter, wnn-
per mysteriously ot neRotletlone Detween hub
a. anit.f i. icaiw ann r ranee, mr iua uirwvui-
for tha exteoalon of French
territory to tba Rhine, ' ror ma uesiruuiiou ui
Belgium, ror ne ooiitermuuu i mo mu
powara of Germany under Prussia, to whom
Austria WOUlfl ovuaeuo il ucriusu pruviuucDj
.nrf iirrnder its Italian orovlncea to Italy,
receiving in exchange the Roumain and Sclave
provinces on the lower Danube, which, con
Mtdited with Hunearv. Bohemia. &o , would
make it a powerful and united Sclavoulo Power
nf the first magnitude: while Prussia, rewarded
by Holland, the Hanseatlo towns, all the minor
kingdoms, principalities ana powers oi ur
mn. wnnM Miinnnmn mb rouen nroviucm
,.rv '..i t-
Russia, rewarded dj ureece ana onsiaanuupio.
would imitate Prussia's example, and tne sing'
dnm of Poland would be reconstituted.
F.neland would be driven Irom ' the meaner
ranean, ana tne continent wouia aeiup
rain her. Yon mav rest assured some sucn
scheme is on foot. Louis Napoleon is exerting
everv Influence intrigue and corruption can
brine Into nlav against England. Mons. Mires,
lhe poor banker's arrest, was chiefly due to bis
- Frenohmen here in-
i(t that Auitri iB or goon wi be obliged to
k lta -ig-.tn,. between beinz the monarch
0f a German djnaaty in an Empire where the
Germans are In a minority, or the monarch of
ft Solavonlo dynasty well consolidated ana eon-
MqaenM poerful. It is asserted here, upon
excellent authority, that the French Ambassa
dor at Vienna baa offered to the Aantrian gov
ernment to surrender Venetia to V it tore Em
manuels, and gain a close alliance witn naiy
.-.-. - D- . . ., -
i .uu -b- " " w o
Iiimi vithin Urn hnrdflra. tn-
rVon"tb. Addatio .Sd tower
J Banube. ' . ! ,
, Marshal McMahon has been summoned to
raria oy ieiegrpu, suu uu . mug
witn bouu wapoieon. . i nere dbs oeen a iug
nnnnnil. at which all the Marshals were present.
Tullleries. The Lvons camn is to re-
1L I . . " - ' m. . 4
ceive great reinlorcements ne tiaoinei oi
Tnrin reque8ted Louis Napoleon to send
g.rrl.o. ,to Aowna. Four men of w
wUraUUK X UU1UU iuu o iiuuiviv.t .w
, s g The L(ju.(
or NaDOieon removed the ashes of Napoleon early
a April, instead of waiting for the 5th of May,
is, he know, that by the 5th of May all his time
,nd attention will be abrorbed by the gravest
. Evervbodv in Paris believes war
hand inevitable and this a great European
war. 1 ne last letters receivea irom name rep
I ... .
. resent the rone as contemolatine a aeparture
from the Sternal City. He haa already sent his
mogt TaioaWe pontifical ornaments, relics, asfl
cogtlv Dresents made him by soverelsm, care
i . , . , , . c, . m. . . .
en- IUI1V DaCKBa in Doxea, io opsin, loecmruinnis
ttee are ekpecUng to be forced to a general flight;
FreDch8ho8 b rtcelfed , leBtUr from . car.
dinal, in which the latter says: " i ne situation
war i 0r .nairs crows worse aauv, ana 1 foresee new
II -l.ri... .kLk .111 ru ! tn lun Smnx
. find with you a Tef!
igefrom ,h tempM,, geveraljof the cardinals
tbinkof retiring-to the south of France, or
put Nice, for as that town no longer belongs
that PUdmnt. we may reside there with something
The French government makes its soldiers
take lone marches every day, and tbey carry
witntnem several aays- provisions; anis is
inure them to war's fatigues. It is said Louis
Napoleon has invented a new musket, which
will carry a ball three thousand yards, and pierce
the thickest obstacles; its barrel la aaid to
varv abort, and the stock very thick. Russia
news Ml(t to be endeavoring to secure a basis of op
erationa aeainst English India, at Samarkand
Louis Napoleon haa written a severe lelter
ed princa jr,titoucnjag tbe latter 's obstinate
pretensions to the Neapolitan throne. Lonis
Napoleon warns him that If he persists there
ill be a rupture between them. The French
Minister of Poblia Works was not across
Rhine at Kehl, a sign of war, for it waa Louis
Napoleon wbo forbade bis appearance; ana,
trarv to all usage, no decorations were distrib
uted to the German engineers. The French
government bas Issued $00,000,000 of treasury
bonds; its floating now at
000,000. It is said 8,400 Savoyards have elected
to remain' Italians, notwithstanding the annexa
tion of Savoy to France.
There is a petty quarrel between the Elector
of Hesse and Louis Napoleon, which shows
tendency ofthe present French government
keep alive disputes. The diplomatic represen
tative of Hesse has been appointed to another
poet, bnt he cannot obtain an audience of leave,
because Louis Napoleon refuses to receive
letters of recall nnleas the Elector of Hesse signs
tbe letter of recall "Your servant," which
latter properly refuses. German newspapers
eneage Hesse to recall its representative with.
out the formality of an audience of leave. Tbey
confess it will be a diplomatic ruptnre, bnt they
say that in the present confusion wbioa reigns
Europe, this will produce no disagreeable con
Proclamation of the U. S. Marshal Relating to
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO,
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, May 10, 1861.
To tbs Public: I hereby give notice that I
will seixe and take Into my custody all articles
iound in my District, contraband of war, being
shipped directly or not directly, to any port or
place in any State or States at this time making
war against the Government of the United
States, or any State or place nnder Insurrection
ary control; and that I will hold any property so
seissd subject to legal process, or tbe order of
tbe Uovernment. - -
For a definition of the words "Contraband of
war," reference is made to the letter of Instruc
tions of the Secretary of the Treasury to the
surveyor of Customs at Cincinnati, dated May
2d, 18C1, and tbe letter of Hon. Flamen Ball,
U. S. District Attorney, to the President of the
Central Committee of the Home Guard, dated
1861. ' '
A. C. SANDS,
United States Marshal.
MONDAY, May 13, 1861.
Messrs. were ap
pointed a committee of conference On S. B.
No. 306 Prescribing tbe rates of taxation for
Stats purposes for the year loll. v .... .
The Senate oisagreea to xionse amendment
to S. B, No. 320 Making appropriations for the
year 1861, making appropriation for the pay
ment of Samuel uoyie. . . .
On motion of Mr. f EKKILL, the vote disa.
greeing to said amendment was reconsidered,
and tbe bill was laid on tne table.
II. B. No. 430-Supplcoieotary to the acta In
force in relation to tbe assessment and taxation
of property, according to its true value in money,
waa read a nrsi lime.
Oa motion of Mr. the constitutional
rules were suspsndad, and tha bur wal reads
second time, by title, and referred to tbe com
mittee on rinance. '
II. B. No. 609 Regulating uniforms of tbe
Militia, was read the first time. '
On motion of Mr. 8CHLEICH, the oonstitu
tional rule waa suspended, and said bill was read
a second time, and referred to the committee
OB Militia. i - r-jv ,
Mr. SMITH, from the conference committee
oa tbs Public Works appropriation bill, reported
agreement of aaid committee io part.
Mr. JONES made a point ol order on the
report, claiming that the committee had no
right to report an agreement to a part or the
subject matter of different., and a disagreement
as to other points of difference. Overruled.
The Senate thereupon agreed to the commit
tee's report. -- " -
A second committee of sonference was ap
pointed on ths remaining points of dlaagree
meotf and Messrs, Jones and ' Whits were ap
pointed on the part of tbe Senate. -
Mr. SCHLEICfl, from tbe Committee on
Militia, to which waa referred H. B. No. 609
Relating to uniforms of tba militia, reported the
same baoa; with one amendment, wmcn wai
agreed to. - - . 1 '
un motion or mr. SUULKIWH, tne oonstitu
tlonal rule was suspended, and laid Dill was
read a third time and passed.' S
rar. junta, irorr tne oommittce on rinance,
reported back H. B. N. 480; snpplimentary to the
acta in force In relation to tne assessment ana
taxation of property according to its true value
in monev. and recommended Ui Dasasa.? I
The constitutional rule was suspended ana
eaid blli was read a third time and passed.
Messrs. SCHLElCH CUPPY and NEWMAN
asked to bare their votes recorded on the resolu
tions of compliment to the President, President
are tern, and olerk. and voted aye. Messrs.
MOOKBand CUMMINS asked leave f.o recora
their votes on the passage of the resolutions
complimentary to tne President pro (on and
Clerk, and voted aye.
MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The following message from the Governor
was referred to the oommittee on federal ueia
tlooa: : - !.i ... : '
COLUMBUS, O., May 13, 1861.
ring men of St.
,eed. It la well
T the General Anemblv f Ohio: "'
I transmit to you herewith an earnest appeal
I.UiU ICIl.UII.W, UUIVU IVTIUfj UIVU V.
Louis, to the friends or our uo
heln in this, the hour oi their need
known that the State autnoritiea oi Missouri are
arrayea againBi tne reoerai uovernmeni, ana
are laboring to transfer that Bute to tne traitor
oua Confederacy of tne Boutn. 1 ne can or
President noon the Government ot Missouri
volunteers to aid him In suppressing rebellion
and in enforcing the laws, has been rejected ,and
all aid for this purpose has been refused. Hut
there are thousands ofastrue and loyal hearts
iii Missouri as are to be found to the uo-
Ion. In 'St. LouW, especially, patriotic de-
votion ana loyalty nave louoa uiierance in
t . - - . .tik. C. . Itl .1.1.' Vnii.
Bptvn ui tun trennuu ui iua dm." uuiuimdi uu.
Regimenta of volunteers have been organised
in tbat city. ' 1 ney are reaay to U(?nt lor tne
Constitution and the Union. But they are sur
rounded by traitors. They can get no aid from
the State, and they appeal to us for help. I
recognise the foroe of tbis appeal. I believe It
ought to meet with a prompt response from the
loyal States And, as there Is no lime to be
loss, i respecwuiiy reuuiuuieuu mav an nppru-
priation of thirty thousand dollars Irom our rnili
tary fund be autborixed ty you lor their reiier.
it seems to me tnat we owe ibis to our nreinren
there, who have sj promptly and nobly respond
ed to tbe call ofthe President. The importance
of retaining the ascendency or tbe r ederai uov-
erament in ot. Jjouis cannot be over-estlmatea.
To do tbis. the Union rneu there must be sue
taioed, till tbe General Government can extend
to them the proper protection.
I respectfully submit this subject to your con
A CALL FROM MISSOURI.
Fxow C.T.it or thi Fa STixas: Placed
on an advanced poet of liberty in tbe present
atrnggle for the maintenance of our Gom-
mant. a hiivA. in nhrltaanvji In th nail nl ftiir
d. " i " , "' " uZT.k- ..;uV... r .i.
t' .,.! . o....
"?. m'T"V. 1 " ..e
'... '. t. IU..10,....
poseawtuo oovernmeo, ,n, t,u
we, as a matter or course, cannot expect support
ing me purp0eB oi our reueru wtivrrnuieu. -
w a re. thrlnre. nomnfi lion io anneal to tne
sympathies of onr fellow-cilizens in tbe Free
States, who have with unprecedented unanimity
oome to the support or our Uovernment lor tne
necesiary means of providlnc our first equipment.
Many of our men are destitute of tbe means to
purchase tbe necessary uniform, blankets, &o
Having no claim on onr General Government
until after three months' service, we appeal
the sympathy of our Union loviog fellow-citizens
in the Free States lor the necessary assistance
and support, fully satisfied tbst a part of tbat
patriotic liberality so freely shown to their own
volunteers win not ne witnueia irom na. na
ticipating snch sympathy, we will strain every
... . a vna
nerve to opnoia tbe autnonty ot our reaerai
Government In this remote and important post
of the great West, against treason and rebel-
lion, in order that the wishes ofthe patriots and
. - .. .
Union-loving men or thia country may soon
r.. mil..., .... BAk.l .ui V.. .... n.n.kn
iuiuim,euu iu, lowoiuw in iwvin wubuwi
nt tha nana of vloht and luetics he hrinmnhant
over treason and secession. ' '
Got. Gnstavus Roomer. of Belleville, III., has
Irtnill nnnantaft tn nnt fnp tlB aa PMlvei and
disburser; and, without consultation, we feel
IIKort. tn aak laaen Sherman. Run., and Biffla-I
mnnd Kanfmann, Esq .ofthenity of New York,
Kr.na Rno-sra. F.n . nf Phlladelnhla. and Jndsre
Thnmaa Knsaell. of Boston, to act In our behalf
In those cities.
MANK P. BLAIR. '
Polonel Pint Keeiment Hisaonrl Tnlnnteere.
. bbnry B(SEN8tsiN, i
Colonel Third Heglment Missouri Volunteers.
-' NICHOLAS SOIIUTTNKB,
Colonel Foerth Brgimeat Missouri Volunleers.
A CALL FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 6, 1861.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.
Mr. CUFPY, from tbe committee on Federal
Relations, to whom was reterred tbe forego
log message, reported tbat tbe General Assem-
bly bas no power to appropriate money for
purpose aBked for by the message. Tbe com
mittee waa discharged from further conaidera
tion of tbe message, and the Senate took a re
cess until two o clock. : ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, May 13, 1861—8 o'clock. A. M.
8.B. 321-To authorise tbs Governor to ep-
. ft i J - I. A iL. A3
Mr. FLAGG moved tbat tbe constitutional
rule ba suspended, and tbe bill read a second
time now. .
rnle. and the oroviaiona of tbe bill.
Mr. HILLS also opposed it, lor tbe reason
tbat enough had already been done in the di-
rection oi tnese appoinmenia.
mr. aiso opposeu , as uiu
Mr. BALDWIN opposed tbe suspensions, be
cause be thought no sucu bill would pass.
Tbe vote wag tben called on tbe suspension
.i t . j ia.. j or on
01 we ruie, ana reeu.iea-yeae naya du.
Messrs. BALDWIN, PLANTS and CHASE
were appointed on a committee of Conference
on S.B. 306 To fix tbe rate of taxation
the year IBbl. , ,
Mr. DAVIS offered a resolution limiting
aneechea to five minutes, which waa adooted.
Mr. BURR, from the committee on Finance,
reported back H. B. 480 For taxing transient
lraaers-wn.cn was reaa a tnira time ana pasa-
ed veas 54. nava 7.
Mr. FLAGG introduced H. B. 509 Amend
lot: tbe laws resulatioe the color of officers1
uniform In ths militia, which waa read the first,
second and tbird times, and passed yeas
nays 8. ' ' ' -'
. Mr. WRIGHT, of Warren, from the Curren
cy committee, reported back S. B. 319
amend tbe act regulating free banking when
tbe bill was read tbe third lime.
Mr. FLAGG explained tbe provisions of
ilill, and after some aiscucsion, it failed to
veaa 30. nava 35. i - . '
Tha Mmm line nf ninfMUM nn R . H. 31 A
MaVlnv nal innMnrlntlnnomila a tmnnri
that they bad agreed to an amendment on
of tbe points oi dinorence, out could not agree
on tha other,
' ' The House then agreed to ' the amendment
submitted yeas w, nays u.
Tbobill was read a third time, and failed
pass yeas 29, naya 27.
Mr. GAMBLE offered resolutions, which
laid on the table, nnder a motion to discuss
relation to tbe exollmg or negroes to insurreo
Tbe following are the resolutions' offered
tuioitet, 'mat, mtne opinion of tnia uenerai
Assembly, the call ofthe Chief executive of
U. 8.' for the militia lor the term of three
months should be confined to tbe maintnance
tbe Constitution, and the re establishment
perptrtuity of the Federal TJuloo against all com
blnatloos whatever formed to resist tbe execu
tion of the laws of ths Confederacy. ' '
1 Retoloed, That any attempt to nse the forces
thus rsised for ths purpose of exciting slave In
surrection, assisting In the escape of slaves from
alavs States, or In any other way to destroy
interfere with ths constitutional rights of per
sons and property in our sister States, Is lncon
slstent With the object ol the' war, and deserves
the reprobation of every lover of tbe Coustilu?
tion and Union: ' ' '
Retolotd, Tbat tbs Governor of Ohio ba
quested to transmit to tbe Governor of Ken
tucky a copy of these resolutions, with the
snraose that the people of Ohio will nse' every
endeavor to preserve the meaning and the spirit
the tame. 1 ' ' !
Mr. FIiAGG moved to suspend the rules,
that the resolutions might be taken up-wnicb
was disagreed to yeas 45, nays S3 not being
two thirds vote.'
Mr. RUKENBROD offered a resolution di
rector the Clerk to nlsee all orlnted reporte in
tne apgepui to the Journal, wmcu was iur
din lA-i v , ... ' .:. . 1
ill. CARLlSLE.from the Select oommiiiee,
renorted hack IT. R. Rlli Relatins to the powers
r " . . .,
aad duties or the County Commissioners oi we
counties of Fairfield, Perry, and Hocking, to
Increase the aalsrv of the Common rieas juuev
of those counties, when it was read a third time.
Mr. DAVIS moved that, it be IndeQoitoiy
Mr. THOMPSON, of Perry, and Mr. CAR
T.1SI.F. rtor.(.(o thjiTuaiixre of the bill-
in .nrm tinurL A Sr A IfP9I.EE
measra. iUDLuu,iin.ucr uuiiuiuuj"--
Ur . .
Tha nrvimi nnsattnn was demanded and
sustained, when the bill failed to pass yeas 16,
11. B. SIIHRalntlnff to Hurffeons ana our-
geons' Mates-r-was read a third time, when It
was reterred to the committee ou weuivai
Si B. 318 To prohibit the sale of Intoxlca-
tiog liquors In the vicinity of camps was read
u ",MdrXra to the ftilltiaCom.
Pr-oed the bill.
Schools and Colleeea.
ment hInh .-.d ta. when
Mp MQNAHAN. from the Militia commit'
tee reported baok S. B. 318 To prohibit the
Mje ot .iqu() ra etc with an amendment, which
wa8 treed t0 wnen , motion was made to sua
I . .... .it 1 . ' .
The Senate's amendment to the House bill
relating to the color of uniform! or tne minim,
was agreed to-yeas, 57, nays 7.
. if CRD th.nnmmltteaonRal roads
and Turnn ke. rerTrted blck S. B. 279To
and Turnpikes, reported oacao.o.ia "
orov de for railroad reports, with aa amend-
,hese TOintcers mleht return nndemorallzed by
the demoa nf jntempef.nce. He hoped the bill
i ouij mm
pend the rules, and read the bill a third time,
m. oTrnu a m .a . h. namiTAnr tr.e
bill v . .
Mm TTDTTItr aialil Iia Vttnal thm HfitllA WOUlU
Dili IV DCatU UV UVLIVU ------
treat ibis auniect earnestly, a inuueauu uiuiu-
ers and a thousand sisters stood pleading tnat
Mr. KI.AOR. havinr descanted some w na t
laarnftjilff iinnn lliA iiba nf inn. contending: tbat
it was tbe proper drink of man, being distilled
by nature through the fibres and fruit of the
. Mr. HUGHES inquired If tbe Intense frigidi-
ty oi the circumambient atmosphere, combined
with tbeperosity or tbe eartn, ana joiuea wuu
tha hnmiiiit of the climate, would have a ten
dency to ditfcomboberate their respiration and
f.ilp.nt their theoretics.
The bill was then read a third time and passed
yeas 64, naya 8. . .
Mr. SLUSSER, from committe, on Medical
Schools, reported back H. B 508-RclatiDg to
ourgeona auu ourgeuua
"; .MmmiMOn Finance.
reported back S. B. 312-To allow 8 per cent
I unnn contracts for monev when the bill was
read a third time, when the bill failed
I naat veaa 27. nava 46.
. 'vnBla mn'v.d that tha vote lust taken
r : , .
MrBRU FF moved to lav the motion to re-
" . , .Mnh'w,a. dlaeed to-
r , .. 0 -
Je" 33 34
The Question tben turned on reconsidering the
vote on the passage of the bill, which reaulted
yeas 37, nays 30.
The bill was tben r el erred to tne committee
on Finance, when .
Tbe House took a recess. .
Holloway's Pills and Ointment.
Pan and Fistulas. Consolation for tbe Af
flictedsufferers from these terrible penalties
af abused nature, will find sneedy relief by
few applications of thiaopular ointment.
I .. a - J MAAavAauavtMA In 1 rt A tat all fsyit.h IhN Alfl
fc.T...u .u . .., , .. -------
of the Pills, effect a radical cure without re-
course to iiaafures or other barbarous operations
worthy the dark ages of Science. The Fills i are
.l-.Ll. MKoAlflii frm InHtrvaMtmnKfkTtrl
',u," " r 6, T ,
I Lll PI T KIirTlKIlfc BLL1UU UU HUOUUWWa, UJ
- r . .
I minaie toe primary bum ui puc, u.
Druggists, at 25o., 62o. and $1 per
pot. ,,, , .
. -' -
at A f nas, jus althy ionic, ana one tree irom
tha deleterious Bad injurious efleOtS Sure tO fol-
low those In ordinary use, has long been felt
I be a deaiderataji In the medical world. Such
a tonic, and one so skillfully combined from
l vegetable alngaom as to act in penect nccur-
1 dance wltb the laws ol nature, ana tnue aocme
I the weakest Stomach, and at the same time
Ia. nervous and other irritations, and tone
,n( ., 0fh ch the human bOdV IS Com
posed, is ollerfd in rroi. woooa neawrative
Cordial and Blood Renovator. Hence it Is per
fectly adapted to old and yoong. Reader, try
Thonaanda have already done so. and the testi
mony is universal in its favor JVris York
Rhicmatibm. To any wbo have been afflicted
the wItll tn, mai.ay, the very reading ofthe above
headine will call to mind the remembrance of
tbe moat exorucfetlng pain and prolonged agony
Ths Joints swelled, stiff and unyielding, each
turn of the body accompanied by a shock tbat
would induce the belief that every bone In tbe
human anatomy was about to bs dislocated.
?. t. tn tha bottles ot "Kennedy's Medi
A sawa.v.w- - w
cal Discover," will curs the worst case of Rheu.
matiam. we would reier to me cure oi j. ma
gomber, Esq., a respectable cltiten of Boston
. I . . mroA at th nam of fiftv-five veara ef-
TfUV wsan wwaww Q mf 0
ter an llinoss ot a quarter oi a century, auu ..
expense of some sa.uuu paid to various rojai
.iei1Da. For the curs of humors It has no equal
i ..... Thla tronioalroot hai arena
tatloD wide as the world, for curing one class of
disorders that afflict mankind a reputation too
which it deserves as tbe best antidote we poa
. , . . ,.t(. . t-k, hennohl
1 Into nse, its virtues must be concentrated (and
fori oomblned with other medicines that increase
'I,, Snm ..ii.hle comnound of this
all " r" . . " '
obaracter is muob necaea in tne community.
Read the Advertisement of Dr. Ana's Sarsap
ar4 a our columns, and we know It needs do
.nminm . nm . to onr Mteat confidence
in whathe offers! Orjaa, Syratiat, JV." F.
. Goon. We met one of our friends yesterday
on Broadway, and were astonished at tba change
in bis appearance. A lew weens ago we saw
him. ha was Dale, lean and delected; complain
ing of weakness and debility, baring been so
afflicted all aummer. Now be appears to be rat
haalthv and strong. . We leant he owed his res
the toraUon entirely to MoLiab's 8TigoTHiiir)0
pass uoaDiai ... .
I We advise all who are complaining ot uen-
I Aral UnTjllltV IO irV 111 It la CCrtaiulJ m very
I nleaaailt ramedV. Wt leam that UierO are laree
one quantities of It selling daily Morning Herald
Couon. Tha auddea changes of our oil mat
ara emirrmi of Pulmonary . Bronohial and Aith-
tnatio Affections. Experience baying proved
that aimnla remedies often act soeedily and
certainly, when token ia the early stages of the
disease, recourse should at onoe be had to
in Bntn't Bronchial Trochei," or Lozenges, let
I the Cold, Cough, or Irritation or tbe Ibroat oe
i I ever so alight, as by this precaution a more se-
by I rlous attack may be effeotuaUy warded off.
I Publio Speakers and Singers will find tbem er
fectnal lor clearing and strengthening tbe
voice. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
and retail, by Roberta & Samuel, No. 24 North
High street, 8. Samuel tc Oo No. ,85 South
High street. t
, CTDoctor Lcland's Antl-Rheumatlo Band .
the only known remedy for Hheumatism, Goat
and Neuralgia, and the pernicious effects of
Mercury; and it Is with the greatest satisfaction,
as to its merits, tbat we call the attention ef our
readers to tbe advertisement ia another column
of onr paper of the Antl-Rheumatlo Band. :
Borrato. May 11. Five ears of volunteers
left to-day for the camp at Elmlra. Tbe Home
Guard, with Hon. Millard Fillmore as comman
der, the Fire Companies and the 74th Regiment
Da. Bf LimoHAii'B ONaoiirr-Th jlmarloan
agenoyoftbis universally famous article for
stimulating the growth of beard, whiskers, or
soalp hair, Is now confided exclusively to tha
hinhis TaneaMDia nrm oi lueairn. uwwg u
liegeman oi new iuri., iuunmj u
American purchaser a double jguarantee oflta
usual recommendatory merits. The-nnounce
ment of the New X ore agency is a weiuumo
feature in our advertising columns.
G UEItNSEY'S . BALM!
petulon now pending in '? 0o"w' h'ard
ib.rHn. according to i.w. WE'N.""S"L'
Petition for Divorce. ',
THE DEFEPfDANT WItIi TAKEJNO
Uoa Uit Ih. plaintiff has filed in tha Court of Com.
mon r leai ol rransnn oounijo FI....-
alleging for eautei mat me oeienaam utm -
three years been willfully absent from petitioner, and
M.i Ik un. n.rlod has been KUIIV OI groei neg.eut
ol duty in entirely tailing mi ..
thing whatever for petitioner's fupport, and, therefore.
praying that me marriage comr" w.u(
" . . . . . i ji i-..t .ml hnth n.rttM re-
tioner ana aeienaanv u. u ., r - - -
leued from the obligations of the same; and that eald
EltatO Of JrranCW 1raYen, Jltteaao
JL notice that be has been appointed and
Administrator of the estate of francis Oreyen.deweeaM.
DWAW Si. nnaaaaas.
Wabds Dt. ,,, .. .. . ;i
THE UNION FOREVER!
UlSSWia iiv r.tuvirw.a
designs, at at.OO per 1,000. ' ,
TJKION LETTEB AHD KOIS rArSit,
I II 1.1...
I at nail tne price onaraeu vj
a TunV J. S. BILKT.
I VUiumuusj, wo . ;
1 mt--r .
Maimfllctnrere of Brass and Composition Castings,
I ymithed Brass Work of all Descriptions.
na ttt f W V a
B R A b b VV U JV O,
Tfflt B, POTTS & O 0.(
Corner Sprlnsj & Water Ste., r
Electro Plating and Gilding
STENCIL CUTTING, c.
The Celebrated Horse, Cruiser,
IltlPOKTElt THIS YEAR FHOIB
Kngland,by JOnN S. BABEY, will stand tola
. .u. urn 11. ure. QravaDort. Ohio. -
Qfj eavt SjIASj leas aaa va r . m . " w r w t
Cruiser Is of the celebrated Venison elook of nKjn
and was sired by old venison, tna winner a.
race In 1813. venison proven nimeen mm
of his day, having traveled an foot in one year,
only three years old, nine hundred miles, and run
Tramp, out of Syntajclna. sister to Syntax, aire rf Bee
win, the dam of New Minster, the most valuable 8
now In England, and stands at fifty guineas (SS30).
ipv nna TTnndred Sollara. A
i..,"..-. nMha nelih-l
al arrangement will be made '"burners oltna neign
bo:J.w!,,hl?s -Tn eara of
VTP Maf ee from a distance will be taken cars or.
may 4 dkwSt
WM, KNABE & CO..-
A T THEIR NEW BlMn-f'
XV BOOM, NO. 1M BALTIMOBB BT.
NOB. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. BUTAW BIB
Offer for aale their oelebretea j j
UK AINU v ' '
. AND SQARE
luina hlehlv recommended by the first Professors
Musical Amateurs of Ibe country, and
Tha moat futldions customer may rely npon
pleased In every respeot. ' iMiiianA
Terms neerai. " ".-"
8KLTZEB at WBB8IBB, Agents,
oct3A;lydw. Oolumbna. Ohio.
WHKN yon go to New Tork , drive i direct to tne
BBOADWAT, CORNEB OF HOUSTON 8TKKT
CondnctMon the ' ' ,' '
Good fare, flood Booms, Prompt Attendance, aod
erate Charges. '
BINOLE ROOMS SO CTB. 75 OTB.and l PBB DAY.
D0CBLB BOOMS and PABLORS 1,50 to
Meals as ordered. ThUIIotel has all the appointments
of the best hotels, a moat central location, and is
throughout by steam. baxuiii a. '
New and Attractive.
MOZAMBIQDBS, ' 1 , '
Tsavilino PorLiMa, 11
CaiNI PorUNB,' ,
Poil di Chivscs, i.
Fsknch Cbintzcs, ' ". t , ,"
FaKNCH Muslins, j , ; '.' ,
Fsinch OaoAMOiM, . ...- . ;
Cbinksi Washino Silks,
Elioant Dasss Silks, ' ' ''
Hiavt Basqub and Mantli
And all other new and fashionable materials
demand for handsome Dresses and Mantillas.
fJapiOT ' No. BO Sooth High street.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES
TO AND FBOiri , , .,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebeo,
Ths Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's flrst-ehua
full-powered Olyde-bollt Steamers sail every
sir day from PORTLAND, carrying tbe Canadian
United States Mail and passengers,
H0RWB0IAN, " NORTH AMBRIOAlf,
BOIIRMIAN, ' ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BB1I0H, -,'; f HIBBBNIAN,
, CANADIAN, , . ' . ' NOT A B0OI1AH.
Sbortest. Cboapeat an4QailckcatCeii'
' .'-",' -veyttnee (rent '
AKZRICA TO ALL PART8 OF ZVSOPI,
Rate of Pcusejaea to Kurop.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every WeelmeaelBjr,
and from QUBHKO ewery. Baturdar, calling
LONDONDKBHY, to receive oa board aad land Hails
Paiienrera. to and from. Inland and Boouand
JO'Theso Bteamers ara built of Iron, In water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Bargeon,
every attention is paia to tne oomron ana tlon
of vaasenxers. Aa they prooeed direct to LON
KB BY, the great risk and delay of oalling at St.
leavouiea. . .
Glasgow paasengers are furnished with rata
tickets to and from Londonderry. . .. .
Return Ucaela granted at reduoed rates.,
Oertiftoatet Issued for carrying to and bringing Ml
from all tbe principal towns of Oreat Britain
Ireland, at reiluoed rates, by this line of steamers,
by the WASHINGTON LINK Of SAILINl) fAOKJIS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
SI g;ht Drafts few 1 and upwards
able la Finland, Ireland, ncof-
. ' laud or avaaee.
lABBt ft SZABIX, Ososral igsnti,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolOlydJtw Boa teaman Offlee, Oolumbus, Ohio.
ipply at the Office. S3 RROAIla
Vark, and 19 WATtH
Attention, ' Columbus - Guards
YOU ARE inBBEBX NOTIFIED
meet at the Armory on
MONDAY IYXNINO, 13th INST., ATT O'OLOCK.
Business of Importance will bs presented for action
the Company. -
By order of commaaaer,
maylld8t A. JOtfBB, Orderly Berg't.
TLAOK "THAW BON NETS) AFIJf
JJ egaot Blbboaj, la great variety at .bain b.
! .51 f. l.i ,.Ja')T :
IVtV saw ia-e aM
Jrn MANHOOD. U '
C r- S HOW I0BT, HOW jBSBtOSXO.
morrAT'B wra FitM..' ' l
ef ooattnneM, dytpepfla, illllooa and liver I
IiraT wUBLIRniD. ON TBI NATtmR. TRKA
HBM AMD RADICAL OUEI OS BPSUttAlOEkUHA
or Seminal Weakness, Bnoal Debllliy, Nerroueneee.In
voluntary Kmltelone and ImpoUnoy, reinltlng from
Beir-abuM, SM. XrBoU. J. Oulverwell, M.l). Bent
under seal, In a plain aavelepe, to any Mldrais.poal
paid, oa receipt of two stamps, by Dr. 0HA8. J.O .
KLIN1, 187 Bowery, Mew York. Poet Offloa Box, No
480. ' ' mar81:3mdfcw -
affeottons, f Ilea, iheoautteia, rsvars and agote, obeU
nats heed aches, and all general derangements of health
tbeae fills hava Invariably proved a certain and speedy
fetaedy. A ctngle trial will place the Life Pills beyond
the reach of oompetHion u tha estimation of every pa-
Dr. Moffat's Fhcsnli Bitters will be foaad equally at
toaeioas la aUeaaea ot nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
toht, the richness Incident ta re males Indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of tbs digestive organs,
for sate by Sr. W. 1. VOff AT, S3S, Broadway, N. T.
andbyallSragglsta. v. suySS-dfcwU
The following ii an eitraot from
letter written by tha Kev. J. 8. Holme, paster ol the
. . a. . .1-. m 1. nUAl.M. r V a
IPurreP01D('BVI napiiee vuureu, j,rau.iu, . a ., w .
fwrin.i .ndMn,.01nlnn.tl.O.. and sneaks
. hror of that world-renowned medicine, Maa
wnmo w' s Boorimie Braor wa Oaiuiata Tarrnisoi
..W, M an advertltment In year eolnmns of Has
. Mowwe never eald a word
, ,B-fVTor 0f i nt medlolna before to onr life, bntws
I (eelwmrlleato say to yoor readers tjiat this le no ham
I !i "TJZ.!. Z' .u. tr
ouias. It Is probably one oi ma moss anrceasnii menp
elnas of the day. because II Is one of me best. And those
twins supply." odi7:
, xe oemaanspiirea.
Tha Advertiser, having bean restored to health In a tew
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having uffered sev
eral years with a severe tang affection, and that dread
disease, Consumption li anxious to make known to his
felloW'Safferers tht means of cure. . i -.
i, I . I.. M 1 u.J . .... ' - J
I ' """""" vvr " r""i-
I tlon need (frea of charge), with tbe directions for prepar
ing and using tha came, which thsy will and a eras Oci
for CoKsnirmoa, Asthsu, Bsoikhitu, j. The only
object of tha advartlser hi sending the Prescription Is to
t .v. mMtHkmA .nn mfMil InfARnatlon which he eon
I celves to bs Invaluable, and ha hopes every sufferer will
try nis remlay, as h win cue. uieu buuhui, uu
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will plrosa sildresa
- . BaV. BDWARB A. WILSON,
.-i i Ims County, New or.
I rriTT-r-i nn-rrTn-nv-v ort A rmTrpTJtl
XvUi V XBXUU olalU AXiO
STATE OF OHIO
Jf AOBNERAL HATTJRB, IN FOB01 AUQ. 1,1660.
, Hon. Joseph R. Swan,
wirn xotxs or tbs dsoisions of tbis
PBB1CS OOVBT, , .
(Contained tn twenty-nine volumes of the Ohio and Ohio
State Beporta.) " '.
AND BIFSRENOia TO PBI0B IAW8, .
AMD A FULL AND OONVKNIINT INDIX. .
In Two Royal 8vo. Volumes. Price $10 00.
Ho ear or expense has been spared to make the work
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Itnasnowtna Mgisiaavw eanonon, saving pera ap
1 jy theunanlmone vote of both Bousee,
' and waa ordered to bs distributed to tha following Bute
..ii flonntv offleem:
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tary, Comptroller, Treaaurer and Auditor of State, and
to ths Probate Oourta, Court of Common Pleaa, Super
ior and Polios Courts, Auditors, and tbe Gierke of the
various Courts IneacA county, to tba Members of the
Senate and Honae of Bepreeentatlvee of this Bute, and
the Governors of the several States of the Colon.
This book, containing, aa it aoes.au oi ma Bounces
aow In foroe, aad tbe authoritative construction of them
and of tbe Mew Constitution, will be found to be especial
y useful In tha performance of their duties, to all
OOTJHTT OPf I0BB8, .
JTJBTI018 Of THI P1A01,
i , . CL1RK8 Of TOWNSHIPS, and ,
Inasmuch ss very many changes have been made In the
Statutes since the publication of the last editione, by re
peal, alterations aaa eaaiuona, aaa many important ae
etslone nave been given by tbe Supreme Court on eon
troverted points, all i . . j- , i '.
AMD BCBInBBS Man QINEBALlaY,
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In Strong Law Binding. Price 810.00.
rablishedby ; .
ROBERT CXJLKICK, Ac CO..
Law Publishers, Booksellers; Stationers and Importers.
No. 65 West Fourth street,
febl8:d3m:la ' . OlnclnnaU O.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The following new and magnllloent flrst-cbue paddle
wheel Steamships oomposo the above Una:
ADRIATIC, 8,888 tons burthen, .. Capt, J.' Mmjrt
(formerly of the Collins Line.) .
HIBBBNIA, , 4,400 tons burthen, Capt. N.Paowmi.
COLUMBIA, '4,400 " " " B.LllTcn.
ANOLIA, 4,400 ' ; ' - Nioaouoa.
PAOIflO, SBOO ' " ' J I. BaiiR.
PBINOB ALBERT, (Sorew.) I "
3,300 " ' J. Walks.
One of ths above chips will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway, car
rying tha government malls, touching at St. Johns,
The Steamers of this line have been constructed with
the greatest care, nnder the supervision of the govern
ment, have water-tight oomperttnenta. and are unexcel
led foroomfort, safety and epeed by any steamers afloat.
They are commanded by able and experienced officers,
and every exertion will be saada to promo ta the oomfort
experienced Surgeon attached to each ahlp. '
.. HATES OF PASSAGE. .
Plrst-olass . Y.or Boston to Galway or Liverpool (100
flrst-olasa, "' loM John's ' ii
to uaiway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, en a Railway, - - -
Third-class paaaengere are liberally supplied with pro
visions of the beat quality, eooked aad served by the Mig
rants of the Company.
. , ,.: RETURN TICKETS. . .
Parties wishing to send for their friends from the
Country can obtain tlekets from any town on a railway,
Ireland, or from tba principal cities of Xngland and Hoot
land, at very low rates.
Faaaanxere for New York, arrivlnc by tba Boston
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York frea of charge.
lor pasaaga er rartner iniormauon, apply to -
Wa. U. WICKHAM,
At tha offloe of tha Ooanany. ol the wharf, foot
Oanal street, New York.
nOWLAUD ABFIKWALL, Agents. .
aprillftdom. j -i- : ' - '
Red, WMte and Bine '
' .. : . -.71
TEL,AIIrtli ' "'
Just opened by
No.BSBoutli High street
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
made In the the officers ot this Bank, January ttth,
lHol, to wit: Wa. A. Platt, President, and Tnoaue
Mooout, Cashier, resigned their offices. ' David Tatlob,
Bsq., was then elected Prealdent and W. A. IXA-rT
poiniea uunier. ...
By order of tha Board of IHrectore.
fab 8, teei-dtr. ' W. A. PLATT, Cashier.
n E N T S PAPER COLLARS AND
VJ Neck. Ties. .......
Bandome and eoonomloal,, jVlso, ,
Silk Tlee ' ,j mn.jif.-i .,mi
, aairss .-'- ni j..'.if-.!-ii T
.. i tun asoao
ail lione . , : ....
' ' BAIN A BOB",
. No. 80 South High street.
PLAIN AND FI6UBID BLACK
DRESS BILKS, of avarv grade. Tha moat select
Msortsaeat m tha elry, and at austreasonable ratee.
. e'.t'J 6a I ' '.' -BAJJiaBON,
aprllS tfo.M South High strest.
I IS It II Iii I
H ATING THIS DAT" SOLI ttVH
Stock of flrboerlee to 0. S.DBMING, weoheerfully
rsxUeDdkhn to urol patron and frlende.
. i a v' . " - thus, vr Atiak m avn
Coltlmbua, Match lf5th, 18Cl-apldU
jj-ini AtfSBIOAN WATCH COMPAST. of Walt
ham, Man., begs to call tha attention of the pabltet
following smphatlo raooBmsadatlon of Wallham
Watches, by tha leading practical Watohmakarsand Jtw
slaratbroughonttbs United Hates.. Tha entire lift ot
slgnatatei to it ll qnlte loo long for publication la one
advartWmcnt; but the names preientea win na raoc
niaed by thote acquainted wllh tha Trade as being In ta e
highest degree respectable and and Influential. At their
. tnnnA tha MnntQS WaUb
" Ua uompany. maouiaciuro, u. . -
Blgnaluree front many cities and towns not rally rep-
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, or of
AfiMtlmt-kuplnt rseufs, than thoea manufaotuied
resented In this list will appear In
, ', .", XOIHIPOBUO-
The undersigned, practleal WatobmakMssad dealers Id
Watches, having benghl and sold American Watches for
number of years past, and having dealt In all kinds of
foreign Watches for a much longer period of Urns, beg ta
tats tbat they bare never dealt In Watches whloh, as a
class, or In Individual Instances, have been more satis
factory to themselves or customers, whether In respect of
durability, beauty of finish, mathematically correct pro
(h. tvaitham Comnanv.
N. I. ORTTTINDBN.
JAMK8 J. ROBS,
nenos a smith.
WU. WILBON HcQBIW,
KING a BROTDRR.
J. T. a B. M. BDWABD8, .
P. J. ALKXANDSB,
JOHN H. MORBB,
W. B. RI0HM0ND,
A. B. GILLBTT,
B. D. LILLBBT0N,
J. B. CUBRAN,
J. W. BROWN,
I. B. TOBIN,
A. P. BOYNTON,
Wat. M. MAYO,
A. w. roitu.
J. M. FOX,
H. a D. BOBBNBIBO,
0. A. BURR CO.
B. 8. KTTKNHKIMKR a 00.
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
H. R. a U. 0. OARPINTBR,
HOBKINB a BYAN8,
HAIGHT k LBAOII,
JOHN H. IYES,
WILLIAMS a 00.,
J. N. BKNNBT,
A, B. STORM B.
WM. B. MORGAN,
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD a PUTHAN.
JOHN J. JBNKIN8,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
L. O. DUNNING,
0HA8. 8. WILLABD,
W. P. BINGHAM a CO.,
0HA8. Q. IBBN0H.
0. A. DI0KIN8BN,
G. H. BASOOMfc CO.,
J. M. BTANBU,
THB0. V. PI0KBBINO,
M. 8. 8M1TH,
A. B. VAN OOTT,
W. A. GILB8,
RBINEHAN a MBYRAB,
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN.
OIO. W. 8TB IN,
GBO. B. TITOS,
HBOKMAN a Y0HK.
J. J. ULA1B,
GBO. W. McOALLA,
B T. HOPrMAN,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J. O. D0LON,
OHA8. L. PIBIIEB,
B. al.gt. 0LAIA,
B. a A. PBTBR80N,
BNOOH V. BILLS,
HBNBY B. JAMBS,
T. 8. LITTLE,
CARBON a BRANN0N,
A. W, PYLB.
SIMPSON a PBI0B,
W.O.DEVRIBZ, ' ,'
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
1. A. VOGLER,
P. W. LEINBBOK,
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
BKNJ. B. COOK,
DEXTER a HABKINS,
T. M. LAMB,
8. N. BTOUY,
0. W. FOGG,
W. M. BOOT.
WM. KIRKHAM, Jr., -L.D.
ANTHONY a CO.,
PR LUG ARNOLD,
THOMAS 8TBPLB a CO.,
WM. ROGERS a SON,
0. J. MUN80N,
J. B. KIRBY,
E. B. HUNTINGTON k CO..
1. A. WOODFORD,
U. D. HALL.
JOHN L. BMITH,
J. O. BLAOKMAN,
JAB. R. AYRES,
N. G. OARR,
GEO. W.DRBW A 00.,
8. J. HELLISH,
W. O. C. WOODBURY, .
WM. B. MORRILL, '
BIOIIARD GOYB, .
JONATHAN H08MBB, .
N. W. GODDARD, . ,' ,
0HA8. B. BAOON,
I. M. HARDISON,
TWOMBLY a SMITH, .
ROBERT N. BODGE,
J. T. HOWLAND,
TOMPKINS a MORRIS,
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
0. S. a G. L. ROGERBi ' '
D. B. LUCY," -
BRIN8MAID A HILDRETH,
T. 0. PHINNBY,
A. A. MBAD,
J. 0. BATBB,
J.H. MUBDOOK, . ..
C. 0. OHILD8, "-''
0. H. HUNTINGTON, '
POSTER GBO W,
W. K. WALLAOB, . :
UANDBS AMADON, . .
0. B. JENNINGS,
GBBGOR A CO.,
8. OOOKRELL, '
A. N. nALL,
ROBERT WIIiEIB, '
Prairie da Oblen,
Cumber land, '
Mew Bedford, .
Fall River, ' "
Gloucester, ' " "
' U i t: 4 4t V
D anbury, '.
I '. 44 .1
. Olaremont, .
Nashua, , 4
Dover, ' ' 1 '
Angostai ' , 0
' Portland, . ::
Rockland, , .
Lewiston, ' -Burlington,
Montpelter, - J
Bt. Johnsbury, "
St. Albans, . .fr
Newbury, ' "
Bellows Falls, , ",,
New Orleana, .la..!
Caotios. As oar Watck Is aow extensively eounter
felted by foreign nanufaoturers, we bare ta Inform tha
public that aa watch Is of oar production whloh Is anao-
oompanledby a oertlficaU of geuuineneea,bearln( Ibe
aoober of ths watch, and signed by oar Treasurer, ft.
1, Bobbins, or by our predecessors, Appleton, Tracy A
As these watches are for' gala by Jewelers generally
throughout the Union, the Amerloaa Watch OoarpSB
do not solicit orders for stngle watches.
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