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MAITPEHITT MTT.T.1CB, fnMUhWi-
Disunion—Its Present Aspect.
a AiaunioDbit is ms, wh :. ths
:.n.lnn hi,tirel different seeUons or portion
. -.mmXrf rinnrjVn6 matter ' whether
Jl VIM VVIHINV -1 ! ,
Wabhinotok; .a Mi fkrtwtH ..aaiw, low un
m if. It Af !nflnitft moment
AmmuftD dwuihw -
. . m
to them that they should indigoanuy frown "P""
ISSE O.. North or the
rfn Z E the West.v,
' i.i-t- f..-.u.dHji. told the
..... .itemr ta-eUene.te n peruon w .ow
every sttempr .uen r
eountrj from the rest. , '
... '!' -'.-f'-" tn ti.ii1il AS It
Hut thii Aulaoiu. wauiiun v-'-
.hnnld hATe boooi dleuoionUm wonld not Uve
sbouia nve ooea, oiuu
nhulned snffielent lsflnence to wort: ooi
.1. -J.I-V. If ,. hroasht ODOn the COOOtry. II
VTIIB WU1UU M-w . .
u it. .l1,tinnA "klmOit slmalUOeOUeiy
. t i. A.fc.RnnlV. mnTAArSBO,nd
In the North ea4 the Bontli msnyyearaeiai"""
k.. K.n rherlshed bf fanetlos end demagogues
hu been cberisneu oj to
In both sections. . The .elecuon oi LiInoolr w
... n i .. n.eA aa A nretext to Inflame
the Preeideney WSS nsett ts a pretw "u
i j ,1,. l..inlnn oonttmant la. theSonuu
ana.prMu. . -nni.a that see
and precipitate a rtbeillon. reopie "a aw
.1.. .... ,n into the secession movement,
tlon were drawn into . we "e",u" '
because they were led to believe that tee ma
jority at the North bad determined to wield the
nnwer of the Federal Government for the pur-
" v 3 , , Rnnthern
poie Of nSUiplpg the lights 01 tne DOUiaern
q..i .ni Ttl matin the Institution of slavery,
States and extirpating lnui.uu
Tt,v, lonninBixm nao anouracu m
B-? - . . .....;
. " .- . . i t-..A it,. V.ilnnal
abold snd,acnam iruua ww.. -
c...nL It la still at wors vigorously, ji
stealiblly, attbe Kortn. . n qoes not now,
did a few months since, advocate a dissolution
of the Untuni, outnnder an affected and some
timee a rampant Val for Us preservation, It
glvce "aid and 'comfort? to tbe seeessionlsts by
studied and persistent efforte to Imbue the pub
lic mind wiih the'belief that the present war I.
waged for the extirpation of .negro slavery,
and that the country can never have peace till
that 'fountain upod our national escutcheon"
Is wiped o.t Jo. blood." Thug It Is that North
ern disuulonlats ek to Increase and Intensify
the flame of secfional hate, end render the die
solution orthetfulun certain and permanent.
We call upon our countrymen to heed the
solemn warning of Washinotom, and frown In
dignantly' njoni ths Cisonionlst. everywhere,
who seek to.allenate one portion of our country
from the other. . If we turo a deaf ear to this
counsel, Ihe Union le gone forever beyond re
demption. Nothing but a civil war, in which
taction shall be united aeainat section, can pro-
Anna nflrnuwni division of the Sutee. The
attempt is now vigorously msde by theconspl
rstors aDd rebels at the South to produce a uni
ted action of tbe people In the slave State,
against the North. They quote from the
speeches of ; Northern demsgog.es and from the
writinzs of fanatic! Northern editors, to prove
that tbe oeople In the free Btetee are united
against tbe Sooth and Its institutions. Ia the
meantime, similar rffjrta are being made her.
to array the Nbrth.not merely against th. reb
els who are eeeklog to overthrow tne tnovern'
ment. but acalnst the South and th. Institution
of slavery.!. Hence, we were told In the Jourae!
of this city, in Its Issue of yesterday morning,
that the lines are pretty distinctly drawn,
now, ancs U is as N.ortherneri and Southerner.
that tbe soldiers are te encounter each other.
Such is the language of pure, unadulterated
disunioniim,'' It refoices sod glorle. In section
alien); it would make enemies of. States sepa
rated by a. Ideal boundary, .n,d eherisb a lasting
discord between neighboring Sommunitiea.be
csuee they happen to differ m some of their do
mestic arrangsment.. But such J. nof the lan
euace of the man who is truly loyal to. th. Un
ion; nor Is such the sentiment, of a majority
tbe Ametican. people.. While they are deter
mined to punish the rebel and traitor, they have
no sympathy for th disunions who, ondef
mask of a love for the Union, and fidelity to
cauee of liberty, bounds his paUiolis'm by a geo
graphical ; line between ihe North and South,
and seeks to mske the present effort to retain
all the State's IrTlhe Union a clannish warfare
upon a part of them, to subjugate and assimilate
them in their social Institutions to tbe rest.
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CThe Boston AiU$ is not satisfied with Gen.
BDTLia's'ccijduct in 5Marjland,' and charge,
him with "writing an noXair letter for political
and popnUri effect, and publishing a pvteaU
mililarf correspondence without first obtaining
consont, from head-quarters ?' The atlas,
May S0. hu alopg article on the subject, irom
which we extract tbe following paragraph u
pMlnenbf the wholet ' '"'
Th. n.n AiV Vetter bf exents for vlolaHng ths i
A,M of mrata military eorreepondenes
makes hli poeiUoo still wone. It ritts from dlareepeot
into Impart toe toe. A lett obtntt tenea of gentlemanly
and militaqr duty snd decorum might hart tugieetod
him the propriety OI a lower oi inquiry """"
before taek tot an eeeaaloai 1o rath Into priatoa aass
. tumpUoooof ooadoet oat the part of the Uorernor
of aaPtAOr. r: -,',
The eorreepondeac. betweea Gov. , Aaoaxw
and Gen. Butlii haa been published very gea
.t.ii. h th. iwhi. and with tftlt few exceptions
the conduct of the General baf been approved,
and his criticism f the Governor. letter
admired.' The tffect of tbe letter of Getr.
Lia onh. ; AboHtlori Governor of Msssaebn-
setta caa be readily understood and appreciated!
bv the extract above from the article in
Governor, orean. . .. . i
If GovV Awdsiw wer.'si man of courage,
his General did not conduct matters to suit
he should at ones have repaired to the camp
the RfasRSbhuaett. volunteere, assumed
command himself, and sent Gen. BoTti. home,
But being a .cheap patriot of the ''irrepressible
school, that -was o bi. orte to borrow irom
Aatmos Wasd: knd since he did not oo so,
, wouldltave beerili well for hit 'repuUtlott
bar. avoided any correepondtnoet with hie Gen
eral ot tfueeharacter be opened.... He wul
be lik'elytfj rtte ati6ther letter to Geweral
.4. , .... ... .
Lin. j a
STyhe editor of the Ashtabula SenlintlU
quite angry , w ,Jine t wsie oiairrman, ,
charges OS wills having preached secession
the eitenei'ofl of slavery so long that It is now
eessary for us1 to misrepresent bur neighbors,
divert publio attention from"our past conduot.
These are grave charges, but nniortunately
the vemeitj of the- edUorof the Seatiaei,
are wilbdut dv fou'ndatiofl In Uothv TbeStefes.
mas ha argued ia the past political contests
the right of the people eX the territories to
and mdold "thdr ttfomestlo lnsstiotion in
own waV. siihleci only to th. IlmlUtioM of
Federal initu.tipn,' and without njr OOtaldJ
lnterfereaeet)rrestrsJnf As to secession,
SfifVm bu been, et all time, and sudor
clrcuoistnccs,"nDcompronlltlngly opposed to
no matter whether arged by th. Southern fire
eaters or thelt allies, the irrepreasible." of
Nar? We'wilt $U the editor of th. eHsjsJ
one dollar per line or .yery line of , Jhatter
favor of aeocssio. . which be will find of ours
th. bnlamns of th. OAfe Brt$m. . W.wisb
Mr. GiDiiises horn, organ nsd'st' little Ytepeot
for truth, but Ills lamentably destitute of
Disunion—Its Present Aspect. A POLITICAL LOOKING GLASS.
Disunion Demagogues Exposed!
A PAIR OF BEAUTIES!!
AN INFAMOUS RECORD!!!
Ths Infamous eondaot of the OAie Slat Jour-
mI and 1U lieutenant, th. Casifal City F
(w. beg pardon of oar reader, for mentioning
th. udi of th. VII. Ihlog la oar column) to
wards th. Oio Stmtttxun hss Induced as to pre
sent th. following record" of ,tbes papers to the
public gase. W.mak.n. comments. .. Every bou
m mun.t, will form Ms own opinio,
of bolh of the : p.p.r. referred to, .(lerresdlng
[From the Ohio State Journal, March 27, 1861.]
i 1 iim imiimm iiiih ii in iniiii in mil uwn imi iihii
I tupobikaa r oe-aeretie inatitattont ireea trii,
I ubiob wruianvB
bit ththopet of free-
ally loototed by tht
rat epeotilore la Ba-
: they tuppoet to
ai u u vu. or Tm union
liom rrtry ter, hu been foner
1 ontiU voTld, ud woaovtaJoai
I 1,1 i.i..j, u h.i
1 1, tn Mruwlt C DcmocnMy tor lift. ip!lAlly
i lntt(ttl), pa, In 1Wl wvini tan thU sutur; tod
"""lrtltilODaoB 7&hi dmtd it pedint to Mnd ot
1 0M oflU crook lottcr-wrlton to wport Um prooeedinn
I f tOO WlAl.
1 . w itirud oat l aulMths lmDnuloB Ihot Drmo-
eroUo InitlUiUoiii oro oo trial In toil ooontrjr, It orrono-
0Bfc goMto, jt ! a arrmoEaoooi uio whioh
(m to tao ooaatrjr to bo pwtd oa. and which, rtniM
to rcTa .cxari t or m cEiTiou about
ta 04(T k( wbtcB u lamorui a0ai
worn oat osd throra off. to toek a now and moro laitios
ttnoot. Tho Domoontls idea in Amorlo.hM oot-
uniiTii iiuiou Union, That Ii all.
follilcUa. and dotardi may Kabblo and weop lean
lBb0ll,w ow UIIH cr or am ohmatoaaij ook-
bat raon, Jmtlco and hnmaLltj wIllounLT ao-
ctrr rr as on of thooo cheorlng rrklonoti that DlTlno
rmiit00, , working good to Us erratum of earth
'T patriot,. dtoror.
ntUt i0ia. i BrraoauM or tb atom roa
vmnu mo oa ua riOTtnooi. Tho Union hu boon
hwavnl. It has beta audo tholr ralljlng ory antll
oinauiKuta had corns taloTott It with a certain degrot
i -r nMIM. .
"Tbo At rioanlatd aeople of tho Sooth bats mkito-
A Itatsba wo.. which we belloro Adraneiog oiTllixatioa
and the toachlngt of Uhrletianlty wouia Dare, ere long,
Noam. The eoaipliclty with tho barbariom of alarery,
whloh the latter hare had forced apon them T tbo Uotjii.
hat beeomoBiort barthentone erery year, and matt
been thrown off toldtilt before toe lapte or many
roan. To umo aat Dora norauto in bsalitt
nnaoM. I to lealtlatlon basaUbeea in farorof tlararyi
when roqolrod to decide dlfftreoeea between these aotl
ratnaABLa wo a Union which la dlHAtitfactory to one,
rttarai the of the other."
[From the Ohio State Journal April 29, 1861.]
Anolhar Terr noticeable feature of the war It,
while on tne soutoiiae ii it wnony ue worn oi point'
dans, on the northilde II IS waeliy a popnur moremeat
Tboaonthtrn Bolidolant draawed their people Into
tunggkt to which a rery Urge majority are known to hare
been oppoeed. The idminiitratton of the North Ann
tub Unioa hat been borne Into the war, oa an Irretiit-
able eamnt of nnrtnaa ruum. Tbe leaders of
retail an far ahead of their deluded people, whom
are drawing toward thU ' gulf of dark detpaly."
friendt of m Usios AKone raa nolu a absab
Tht areal oHHclani Da to eat and all tntaided. no
body hears of them, nobody oarea to hear. Except
they Bold omoe, (or at omot noiat iaemri uty are anairt
or moch noDnlar lndiffereoot.
But tne peona aaa aoT awtaaTan oy mi pretence
treat ehieftalna. Their lmpuutt art Ihoeo oi indirioU'
alhtroita. Eellprlon, lore or ooortst ako lots
uaaaTT lnaplre them. They are aoenatomed to act
tktmtelree: they art reir-conndlna, teiftuttalntog
Tbeybellrr the! tbe rebellion nut be erotbed. They
tan that Qeneral too U or torn other sua of military
ttnlai thall thow thtm how to go about it. - They
hare the tplilt, the mottle and 'ht monty, and
know that ther hare the numbers to (arriton erery
bellbutoity, town and Tillage, and hold the South
Three facts eittlogBlab the pretent movement rrom
othert known to blttory The rerolution It not tomb-
rertatrrant. bat to dettroy a sorernnMnt. Tbe
action la not that of merotnarlat led on by great ehlef-
taint ta taell a people, bat the people ruing em matt
to quell a aontpiracy. The United Btatea gorernment
hat baa very lime to jo wim ua painonc Dorementi
Is etui bemad tne popular leeitng. -
and all thlt Si but aasta prool ot n lovcae or thb
AJuaioan ibba. A trrat. free, telf torerninr people,
are equal area to the dangera of anarchy, and tht pops
lace Institutes a war to retnarn thi roroLaa iwwmv
Tiom, allks from internal decay and external aggres
[From the Ohio State Journal, May 18, 1861.]
The progress of ertnts Is everywhere toward popular
raraaaent. and there ao poetlMllty that America
trer be an obttaclt to Democratic adrtnee. Nobody
to wild at to bellere that rach a military aeepouam at
of either Napoleon oould exist In thle oeontry, no matter
wwaraehoulddetolat it. what faction i ahoald
broil it in ttrife. Itltilmplyanfanpoetiblllty. The
or thi raoru ia alert to qntu tbe flrtt mutiny
anintt tbbu own toraamaaTT. xnt amtnoan tyttea
dlMeatraliiiag power prerentt that any man,
daring and able, ehosid gratp all lit reine in hit hand.
The foot aloae that American toldlers are still Amerieaa
eitiaene, with mitantie, mot to traaE or ratsa,
PtaocBATio nimntoa a oasaas tums xoia
ana laroBTABT than they could here In a tyranta'a
will former prerent tha attempt of wicked amhl
tton to eTertara them, i
It lttimply abtara to ran or democracy aa an
for IU life in thlt war. There is really nothing oa
but na ontanoM or tttaaeioB. xnai it tne wee
which the sections are going to war, and however
conflict may and, there la ae proeeeuity tnai ua
will rrMi.lv ahanta amrjt tbb roaa oa msiT of
litical inatitntiont In tbe North or South unlot, indeed,
slarery thoald perith in ths encounter.
[From the Capital City Fact, January 23, 1861.]
worthy "At wt here ttatad, Are States or Oorernments of
Oonfaderaer bars ttuamv, by meant ot organic eonren
Mont of their people, deolared themaelrea wholly
from their former political connection with
Daun. and attad arrayed la arms, prepared to maintain
at all aaaarda. their dealaaatloei oi mmaa uiiiaraBuaaca
aeanrr au. miinrTr Whetbar tbett Statee ara
to defead tha potitioa toey nave anumea, it not
nulnn. It Ii enouth to know they hare taken a
termined stand Aaararr AoaaaattoB at tbb Hobtb
THtra osarr.TUTwau. aioaTt. - -
Wt larurr cn malntalnioa tbo pottuon tnai tnt uonttl
tatton caa axraa be defended by ooibciob. That
i.tn with itt attendant Bra and tword. pIac aa,
tilaaot and famine, fratrletdal strife and horrors of
war m maolv uaam sr hausbabt raxATiot, BArACiooa
Diaaooaras, BkaTaBT omca ttxaatt abb a Baaoaai..
lata raaTT rant, aeanrtT oca Barman or tbb
BTA IBB BOT MOT BV aoBBBT BMM A rATSfOTt I
Union CAsmoT aa raaaaanB by each mobotbooi
nA trm mmmA UKITDBAL Bnd UntlUIT meainrU.
Tha South Atat BO bobb tbab bu aioan nnaer
Ooaetitation. shall wt pereiet in wniiBointna
ftam her at toe aoet of BoaaiB crrn, waa abb
bboibb TBBBaa? Ths people la their majesty aay
and BtBuaoatrBt wtald do well to let them bats
mv. a a
- Wt have no dread that this glorious TJflloa can
hut aandered. It le not to the geographical nttnra
thinta. that tha thkrar-thres Blateo aod their xemtonee
eta long ramaln aHeaated. And with thtt riew.how
hMtar that anr erratic tlttert be homered In their
mf treaton. than that an attempt ca made to teach
loyally ny VUWUl wtauiuni mimu. rm aw.
sontradlntloa adndaeibla that they weia waone in
tending for their bmbts, re aeon dictate! that
treatment were tne loiter oouree to partae in me
Bat the South eltrma that bar oaoet U luat,
At norma aai let aaan aaowa Te tbb oomaaT,whal
rightful power hae the etnog arme ol gorernment
sabdae hoc to a bobbm of aiblirary treatment.
[From the Capital City Fact, May 18, 1861.]
Thrsngh ths eoon.uno and- roatBaBAJica of
forth, the slara power haa adranoed rrom one
to another, never looiaB around, hot tttabllthins
at each inoceaiire point mora impregnably than
anni It bat at at an advantage mat cnoouregee u u
tha aarrnder of northern rights. Northern
Northern aetf-roepeet, and wren the Unioa of
Standi . MnAaaA ahlralrrt maraanlmoot South!
eveat la our annalt it tht re that Btarery bas not set
kraad npon ta mark It at ner ownT Morel -
wha.ra theee reeolendaBt llchta that have
in ik. AWrk hartaaa of tha nlnetaontb oentarr ta
thai libartv it a lit and honett labor dltrepottblel
What hook baa tht Booth trer slvoa to the llbrarlet
tha wdrldT What work of art hat ens aaaea to lie
leal What artltt hat aha proawead that did not loetinet
ittl flr from a ration where teniae eeald not breathe
What ttatetmaa bat the reared (eeide from Jeffertoa
Mad loon), tars thote n bo bare taugni mat tiarery it
.rajMLmj and vital element of freedom? What
vtnee, eBoeptrng tfcoat who preaeh slarery aa
fled? What morallett, ezoept tbe oriinators of
tentlmenta at ara deiigned to humble tbe poor and
the rloh? What are the product! ot ner labor, it we
euadroone and cotton t Aniwer ibeeequeiUonaantttfaeto
ril; toyoarwir. andyoa eaUafyna. And ara we, the
of tha only free nraarnmeat aa Ood't footatool,
brata tha sceptre of King Oeorgs and act ear feet on
rapremacy af tha Brltith Parliament, to torrender
bound land and toot tn tht aondaef
weavlM, teta tha sendees Shis eeanteablt and deleelahie
Otlgareayl la heaven's name, Hoi The
to long neaped apon the North by the Booth
to be fall, and the torpid giant movet uneattly
hat mountain-load of indlgnlttea. Witnla the Sooth,
bow MH-circaawtanoed, ara she atemcata of ite own
rat low, and there la nothing to mortal power
eaa tart bar from her courted fata. Thi Sooth it
abb wiTBtTttAVBAV. Cbattcldom of man will
In anolhar generation, and the next century will
dawn oa a boaeaa iter. It may be snoaer that
Bommeree la Beth and bleed wUloeata.
We bid the Boathbtwtreof three etlamltiea
era amatlciam. Southern tlavery, and tbe vengeance
anoatraaed and tcMltad od. fhera ara elements
MieMeilh that eaonnt Be braatht aadertbe oonlrol
i the Iederalarm,and their aim is deep aod terrible
Tlutaaavtu iBtoaatoTioB in tht South will follow
apoa the ftrat gua Bred agalnot she friends af
and the Union, tt Wert Mia ware of wo nit to
agalaet. la yoar rebtllkiaa seat you have towa the
that yoa may reap the tornado, . whoso tracks will
Wood Waod-hloodl ,. ' '
' fCTTbe news irom Missouri 1 of the.
gratifying, character. Gen. Hashst, of
United State. Army, and Gen. Psica, of
But. troops, bav. entered iqto an arrangement
which assure, th. pesos of th. State, and
antees tb. safety ( persons and property in
ite borders. ;. Thle wia. composing of difficulties
Ii a quarter wbere many war. fearfully
bf th. most serious trouble, will
The Seventh Congressional District.
The nomination of Aaron Harlan, by a 'a.o
pert," (Republics,) nvenlion.l In th. 7th
DlsUlot, for Congress, does not meet with nnl-t13thnU
i Convention, It seems, wsc-ai
tightest from '...-
. : .
u$" sppesrs m the.ClnpiBUU
oamal favnr. Th Conyant ion. It seems, waS-SiI
fiend, and thtdelentes tacked for the ooeasiomT
cam i V'Tt Tim" appears mwempiBan
Cowtewretaiof the 21st of May. In It the whole!
ai t- j .....4 n V Aa mabw wansitftvaB mttinw. 1
We we glad to see this manifestation of feltb
and honor, and nope tne spirit oi we commuut-
cation may be an Index to the sentiments oi the
follows:' . "
Wt are bappv to know that th Republicans of the 7th
prgmwiiw iwiihs. iwii - . .
of office like huogry jackAii round a cAroau, And who
offer wtrfiotMt eon. at an aoua tor want oi purimtwu.
WeatMrt, and dtfy .ncooufal ontradlot on.
flnnvntion bald at morrow, on WO WUi inw. wm mu
.k. b.iin.. .ni ..trintl.n theToten of
onr district, they baring Ignored party.llnet In toto, and
ri.tmiix tonnnorl that Union man whooan.lL
11 us jtepnoiicao pv -
to bo need in placing nungry poiihuiuiiib yimv .w.
power, wo have heretofore lirtd In bllwful lgnoranee of
not. in a etroggle lite thle, forget party dlfferenoet, and
nart linn? Do wo lore th Union leu, and
. . .1 T. 1.. lh ihM.
party ana party ipoii. morei x. "'",'",
Wo want It to be known mat tnt eaiitog oi me couiw
tlon in the Berentn uoDgroniDoai Kittriot do,
InaooordAnoewlth thedeelroof ooe flfth of the Bepnbll-
Inteoret, (whether Intentional or othernlie, wt neither
know nor eare.) at far at poulhle. Tbe only Indication
naaoi tait iwtenuuu. w .
k. ub of nat iNttrlot had of this nonrtntion. was a
ttatemeotinthe 67ateOand OmmtrGiil, (ulegraphed,
wt bellere, from Oolumbot, and In all aumaa prooaoiu
tmmt th. MMHtlM of mat UDlrant for the nomination,)
tbat there would be a eonrentlon at Morrow en the 18ttaA
Th.. mm the aTtent of the call for tht oonrentlon. It
waa treated be all loyal, patriotic eitiaene, whose lore of
country eantct them to forget pattiaan feeling, at an in
nit m ant natrlotiam. and wt kntw no more of the eon
rentloa until it wet tnnouooel thtt Airon Earlan was
ths Bepablitan nominee
The Virginia Election.
In sneaking of the election,
takes place to day,"Oocasional," the Washing
ton eorresoondent of Foawr'. Press, saysi : r ,
Oo Thursday next, the 93J of May, the poo
nle of Virelnla will be called upon ,0 vota upon
the session ordioanoe which Was stolen thro,
1 "r'td dRx;.8rto"
in secret session, at the Richmond Convention
tha House of Deleft
The Confederate trooos from tbe Cotton and
other States, now assembled at Harper's Ferry,
Richmond, Alexandria, tredericksburg, 'and
other points, will all vote oo tbe side of ee-
cesslon.Dol tne oecessionisis win not run ou
out of the Union. TbeLnion men, however,
while voting .gainst tb. eeceesion ordiooe.
, ...ul. . . . l f.n- , Ih.t nnllnair.
fSW SSUSJ SAAIW aru aa usy VJ l aa i-ivt vm we w
. .. . f. r -.a. l tL
7 "i Tki-Tj ' .i..i
a mt anim.tou, -uu pr.y 7
h".nertH.0.M: .These are the fiiaUi,
hinh inhti t Harriata tnnninrr; ana lento,
""-" : :
will at the eame time vote for soember. of Con-
u 1. . ..!,. ,J
taklog it for granted thattb. secession ordl-
nance will be carried by fr.uduleot votes, tl.ey
have in advance deolared their determination not
UUIUK, UW IOU 1"
which William G. Brown le running and -th.
. Carlila Uronninir
Eiebth, In which
I. a candidate, although
ntuaawa tieventn.in wmca jonu D. variii;iann,og--
,leh A TtoSJTiZ t mm
te. aitooUKB tut utcrwuiimiua
number of Secession troops at Harper. Ferry,
i.Tii.Z.i,i ., .it. iv,. witr,t. ;tn th
,.,,,.LVlI.r.: .":.. CI
uriTcui ail uiuuu mca m ivu .u mu, v. w.
other districts. Should the secession ordinance
. is.i i ft it a
'tVl'" w". l.?lM.rTw:" :
"TT"" ',"-.1 rTZL'
VV?SL?. ..""V."" "!
lift puwvr iu wm uutvtnK, wi . -. .. vyvm
tb. Federal Government to protect tbem in the
maintenance of their right.
A Hint to the Women.
The Springfield RtputKctn, in an article on
what women may do at the present crisis, says,
after allndlng to their providing nurses; ,
" But women must not suppose that when they
have provided nurses for the military hospitals,
and supplied tbem with evsrytung peeaiiu
the comfort of the sick and wounded, that tbey
have borne their part of tbe burdens of tb. war.
If th. war contiouee.it will Increase every man's
expenses and reduce his Income, and tbeono-.
miee of the household will become mora impor
tant. There are very few families tbat esanot
retrench to a substantial amount in article,
mere luxury and show. There are few women
who cannot help essentially to alleviate tbe bur
den of doll time, to the father of th. family
a reduction 01 personal expenses, without
saorifioe of anything eesential to reepeotabllity
or comfort. If th. Paris styles ar. not follow
ed aa eloeelv and conscientiously a. usual, and
enough is uvea in bonnet., nooons ana laces
tbl. year to arm and equip a volunteer, for
campaign, th. woman who makea tbe patriotic
sacrifice will not be less nappy or less attractive.
In fact, woman may bear almost equally with
man the labors and sacrifices that war makes
necessary, and is only denied tb. privilege
exposing her life for the country in the battle
field. There eh. falls In tb. person of husband.
lover and son, and suffer, thus often more than
those who perish."
The Health of the Troops.
cam , The Secretary of War has addressed a
ter to Actios Surgeon-General Wood, la which
he says: '' '...'' s-t.-.ji .
This department haa learned with regret
the sanitary eondition of the various barrack,
this city, occupied by the voldnteers now in
service of the government, and especially
In tbe rear of the uity uari, and at tne Assem
blv buildings, in which several Of the Pennsyl
vania Regiments are quartered, demands It.
Representations of this character ha
been made to it by benevolent private Indlvtda
alls, and also by official authorities,'1 inolbding
tbe Hoard of ileal in 01 wsamngtonwnoserrast
aess it Is to guard the health of tbe city. ! -
The citizen soldiery, be adds, who have
promptly and patriotically left theif, borne.'
reiponae to the call of the President, and
np arms In defense of the' Constitution
laws, and to vindicate and maintain American
nationality, ire entitled to the teoderest
and most assiduons attention of the
in every respect; and moet especially ie It
duty of the government to promote their
aod comfort. - xou are, wereiore, eireeiea
immediately cause aa inspection -of these
racks to be mad by eue o taor etearienced
skillful and eompetent medical officers,
a view - of ascertaining their aotaai aanitary
eondition. and Instruct them to report. to ,
for tbe information of thi. department,
measures and regulation as will, in their
ion, not only speedily and effectually remove
any evils ..whloh may be found 1 to existent
will promote, proteet and Insure th. .healthy
comlott of these ciiisea suiaters. , ,4 r'n'-t-
-': 1 11 1. i, 1", riii..!)
Tmf Sosrw Clock. The dock which ,
been recentlyintcoduced nader tbia frame,:
said to posses, tb. accuracy ol movemeal
ehtonometer watch. Iw chief peculiarity
eists la it. motive power. Upon tb. eiroular
metallic plaU which forma the base ot lb.
Is firmly fixed an upright ateei screw, standing
irom ten to fifteen inches In height A metal
lie ball of about two pounds weight Is penetrat
ed through tb. centre by ibis torew, ana
at tb. upper end tend, to tarn down tb.
ioolioed plan, by revolving around it. 1 By
Ingenious- arrangement, it Te msde to roH
a little wheel attached to tb. top of th. weight,
without itself touching th. screw, tbe friction
bains- thus red uoed to lb. least possible amouoti
and m by raising th. weight tbi. littl.
starts back read again eateries in ue to raa a
th. screw at whatever point ihe weight is Allied,
tbe only winding op required is simply to
th. weight, and for this a rod ie provided,
upper end of wbleh terminates in a ring or
outside the dock, and tbe lower end in a oirple,
which takes tha base of the weight M the
I lifted. i Th. revolutloopf th. ball Is. commu
nicated to th. mai. wheel whi-h lie horizontal,
ly upon th. bottom of th pUto,y' means
two rod. that pas. through ib. ball, aqd aw tt.
to tbl. wheel.
Important Masonic Movement.
B. B. French, f Washington, Grand Maste
StfSfl dstfof TB
(t0 (he freternlty: i
To all true mnd Pstrtotie Ttmputrf.tsruvitr
;! lt iWPc,. Ifar:-AifJiwful. fratrlcldsl
pa' e?m! ? be lmpendiog,, Bm who
ueiee me destinies qj ntaona csjj proventiii na
ft, ,hrougll outnta idsttutncnta- I Implore
To mil true mnd Patriotic TrmplorT: Brother
W U, Ps,HeoAwftLfratrlcldl
every Templar Knight on tbe Continent oi
America, tftw bnablTieckior treneth tnd ft d
rsAm am H rrh rA.Tarti thamAIMIlD ICOID
. . , . Ml.mltTi which, to
baaan vision, seems Inevitable,.. . -
Let each Templar to whom ; this inay eome
1 nrnnnerltTfif a onmmnn eountTV and a common
e.-M , t.( .ii . ii to min(j DOw the KolghtS of
I . , r v , . .
each other, on Bunker HiU bnly ft few j ear. ago,
..( h.n annthur ai- had Dassea awav tne
BahI; n-,, toffether In the OitT Of
r ' . --c.. . . . . .l.
1 Richmond. In the State bf Virginia, me diiiu-
place of Washington, snd with mutual VOWS
j .u.i t. i ' .i..:n snnmnt !
Let them r,m,mW the.o- thlnffS. and. with
r.V. ..t. iha. knil frir
uvaria vu urg witu iorp.iui D.vu w.v.
et countrymen, go fortB among those country.
meu and Implore th,e arbitrament of peace, in-
Stead 0l WatOT tbSSWOrd.i ':
I nsk no one to surrender a Dtlnoiple tbat bas
I . . .. . . . . l . .
become near to bis beart; DUl 1 aea erory uu
I P.J that such counsel, may t.k.
jjiao ucmnu uy vuuwuuiMg - "
i ior tg njany years acted WHD a common impmto,
, restore harmonr and kind leellnK, and to
avoid the curse of b.vlng iraternal blood orvlng
to Heaven from thegroundraDQ OliDglng aown
maledictions on our children's children
.i r,.. T .Kn. anrl titer that
hostilities maw be sntnended until the mild
councils of peaoe can be appealed to, and that
tne anneal mav not be in ra n. "
. CaBiine sside ererv oolitical feellntr, every
political aspiration, and asking every Templar
to 00 tne same, lei us, as one man, uuive iu uuo
grand effort to prevent the shedding of frater-
naLJiiood, and to inaugurate nere was oiessea
renuir wpicn our lioro ana master luuiatcu,
'Peace On earth and ennd will to men." ,' .'
Tmnlaraf wnn nAur.t" inxtila Innrl h tD8 Of
thousands. Eash one has bis influence in tbe
1 circle about him. Never, ao never Jwas there
an opportunity to exert that influence In a more
holy cauee, or to a more sublime purpose. For
I .u....h. r ..nnttw frntn
"f AL " V.
dread calamity mav God. In Misiblnite meroy
avert tben I call on every Knight 'Templar to
ss-r ztxx 'is
flint,!, and enmfortinir those who mourn
To the forstfolna, a. II. UiU, tne urano
Master of Viroinia. rennonds as follows :
M. E. Sir AiitoAu Your circular of the lain
lost., relative to tbe "awful fratricidal conflict
i , , v: n...u. ,k. .ui
! , t. nf thH oAnlh ar
" ; n coBflict
tbuee of tbe North, regardless of that "Bro-
fesce end Honor" aiioaea to in
bave'tfamnled onon their constl
i. and beloK now about to invade
.L. U "A a IA .1
":'r " luclr """ " r"iUCn,
. . l . .1. T . . a -tt-Mnm
I UCHCCrwVIO vllcir nlLI.'fls X ft IB fs iVam W UUUCI
Knights Templar of V.rgiDia.
, RidiDe Ton do a Washlngtmi, you can
al .. . .,,,. ..... noliiiCalfee intr.
ini .. p . s . ..
roeriy trove, re
1 .... . ,, -u . C. nr.
I '"' "lul ' ...v.;... '-; . --
, - . . .. .
'be ha? plead that her constitutional rights
and those of her-Bister Statea of tbe South
I , , , . . . , . ... , ,j,
f D0B1" D?. wame DPD: J; " ,5!
have been disregarded, and, conscious of the
cause, she now appeals to the
"Godof BAttles.'!'oonfldent,that Heaven wiU
i.ij w... Ir. voai.tiuit
i uuuj uraaiu muiei wsaiu-ii ao aakASm iAtmnAuuiun,
of the yandals of the North; and I thank God
thattheKniehts Temrjlar.of Vlreinla unani
motiilvpartloipate In this feeling of rest
and are prepared to welcome their. Invaders
"with blood-stained bands to nospitaDie graves,
designated by no "eprig of evergreen."
' For tha reasons stated.I now.as tbe Grsnd Mas
ter of the Grand Eocarnpueat Of KnlgBtiTemp-
far of the State of Vireinla.eiveyou notice that
thatbody is no longer under the jurisdiction
th Grand Encampment 01 the uniiea oiates,
and wiirso longer rogard or ODey any orders or
edicts emanating Irom it or its omoers.
The Publicity Secrets of State.
The teliersnh reports thkt'the IT. fl GoVerb
ment haa seized the original, of all dlBpatchee
ent for a year past through tb. various impor
tent telegraphic offices in the-oeuntry, with
view to bold tbe alders ana aoeiiors 01 tne
Southern treason to a strict accountability.
This Is a very Important and decisive step, and
If folly accomplished as reported, it may make
gome men's position insecure who little dream
ed af exposures: J-Vi s ?v.:. : ;,..-.t r-" i-i
u Bat we confess we are totally unable to
the propriety of making publio suoh a proceed
ing.- It is 01 tn. nature 01 a secret uovero;
ment service, oea.igp.ea so asoeriain toe move
ments of coscjtitaots of the enemy, without
knowledge. , Its effect depends wholly npon
decisiveness ana secrecy wim wnica it is ac
oampllshed and acted upon. Tbe newspaper cor
respondent w no, being entrusted witn tne snowi
edee oi the movement, or otnerwise gaining
rushes Into print to divulge It to tbe country,
guilty 01 an indiscretion wnico, supposing
information to be true, must g far to defeat
sold object1 of the eervie. --J
- Aed this brings as to speak, 01 tne grave error
wbleh is being committed by reporters and tel.
graphic agents, in seeking to make publio
possible information they can gather about
rsihtary plans or tn. government, i ne pru
jBenbe anb reticence of the Confederate usurn
are In kernine their mo verne ate and designs
prsfonndly Secret. -W been ol ih. ntmost
vuia to them, we are aware tbat the seal
ourpeople for Information, and tbe great Intel-
licence ana appreciation iney exaiou ei ine
gross of evenu. render t impossible to suppress
the fullest disedtstotveven were It to be desir
ed, of all the details, pf tbe .campaign.
tbi ie not tbe point to which we allude. It
to the too readr commaoto&tlveoess of
agents snd subordinates of the Gorernment
self, Bcb Qo)e of whom'ahoald be u capable
keeping hie own counsel as the Commander-in-
Chief himself. Fdr aaoa. aotrustsd with
plabs of tbe Government Jto reTcal them In
raoceof their -wxeautioor-whep-they inyolv.
poists.of strategy, a knowledge ol ifbich
oeneut toe aoamy, is a oiuuoer oune.orst mag
nituae. iin. yorn f jnay xir
Col. Tod's Company.
oTbat splendid Company that went through
oar streets yesterday in such fine style, In
loar? grey coats, were tbe pets Of to l. Tod,
by him were presented with' tb. uniform,
wor. yesterasy.' vol. Toa presented to
tieutensnt of 'the Company aash pceseotod
him by blat father.. The eash yet shows
spots of blood which ; stained.' it At Fart Msigs
in the waroj- iei., jne socosu.wss most
rbe Captain bl the Company Is E.
Hollingsworth,' a gallant and experienced offi
cer of the Mexican war, and has now ID
socket b aJoet Clastic and complimentary letter
ot t Commendation from Jefferson Davis,
whose side HolllDgsworta stood all 'through
tbat far. CoU Tod presented to tbe Captain
bis Insignia Of oince wnue - minister to Ufa
as a representative af this nndivlded and power
ful nation. It was a beautiful silk sash, and
cot be discredited by the gallant Captain,
whom wa take the , responsibility to tenders
Oolonelthip by ,Brt.V Three' times three
and a tig for dd MfboDingrCleneland, Plia
DttXer, Jfn21. . , ' . , '
i, Ms. CsrrtisDSN. We are dally receiving
communloatious from all part of Kentucky,
also from other States, urging very warmly
Mr. Crittenden go to Congress from the Ash
lead district.- AU tbe writers seem fully to
tbe extent Of the Sacrifice' that1
glorious old patriot la called on M aaake,
they noite In the confident belief aod trust
ba will gladly make It for (hd sake of the coun'
try wbioa be so dearly lav,, end by which bet
so dearly loved. u
Let tbe people of The AshleBd district go for
wtrd-and alecl Mr. Crittenden by a mlehtyme
jpfityianeV then lothlm pay whether b. will f et
Biapooatryor uom-' ami aif aroeie ui answer.
eloquently TcrlDi. that b. wiu. isil
The Blockade at Charleston.
[From the Charleston Courier of May 17.]
Foa two davs past our port bis been without
off Savannah, In company with the Brig firtf,
and has been leen orrvorth Kdisto, oat as
present we have oo certain intormatlon oi ner
position. Tb. WtintreSS ha. also been observed
near this bsr, but .he bu ' also left.' our port
is, OonsequenUy, without obstruction at ths mo-1
mentr; ana yoawruay "
from fore Isn norts. amonsr them a oarso of mo-
lasses, from Cardenas, and a British brie, with
nle Iron and eoal, Irom Ulasgow. Tne latter
:n w ine same pori,
haa been taken no to return
and has been engaged full of Sea Island cotton
at tha enormous nric. of Per pound. Suoh
.. . ' m t" . . A
a freight ha. not been given in in. meqory u
tbe oldest Inhabitant. i ' '
Passeneersbv the Savannah Railroad, last
evening, report hearing some heavy firing yes
terday afternoon in the direction of Edisto.
It IS supposed tnai it was a saiuio w inenag-1
.ui- -rii. ki..t..u fl.. .kink th. r.fflrBtal
iiuu ut .ii o biwwuujj ... I " r 7."
.r k. A. i .n... .flnn.iai nn ivi Annaw in xnn nriL
yi,ut.y.i..cP..n.... j ---T ----
Ish consul aa on Its wav here, and expected to
arrive In a few days. A report wu current that
tbe Lady Datlo bad got Into a collision with
one ol the blockading vessels. Tb Is proved to
be a mere rumor andlneorreot. The eoMtuid.
er of the Lady Deeis, Lient. J. M. Felot.paidl
OS a Visit last evening, and report, tnai vessel
In good oondltlon and ner ouicers ana men
welt. ' '' ' N ' '
CmmmW. Tatnall. of the Confederate navv.
who ba. been assigned to tbe command of the
naval force at this station, arrived In this city
last evening, ana nas tacen rooms at tne muio
Hnnaa. - .. .. :,. .
Lieutenant J. IS. Malflt also arrived in this
city from Montgomery
Tb. manufaitursol fiotitious gem. Is a very
enrlons denartment of art. - Anv one who dances
round a shop containing cheap jewelry will at
once see tbat no lnoonaideraoie portion of tne
assortment i. of this nature. The brilliant
trsnsparency of the diamond, the purple of the
ruby, the blae of the sapphire, th. green of the
emerald, the oranse tint of the hyacinth, tbe
transparent blood-red of tbe garnet, tbe varie-
oateri tints oi me seats ana oornnvry, me oeu-1
.... ..,KJ.,.J .klt.nod. nf (h. r,otlall ara
imitated. Most of these Imitative gems are
made of class, called paste by tbe artisans; It is
.ui. ...... .. .k. ..t l..:.i.i- ji.ii,
01 win euou u. '"""-
fftre( lOIOJCU. nUUp V UllAiU aa ivnar tucwaiuvi
I tir.tA 'FViA rmsla la nrii 'nmmAn gylaasi.
t". t",' .r: iarl. f nm7 m W.a f
QUI I aO SyVaAAaAAwaASj waiuw -
crystal, potash, borsx, and oxide of lead. 'The
oxides of iron, antimony, amnio, manganese,
copper, chromlnm, cobalt, bo., are employed
mm mm .rial nsasirai inm pfnni.iiH rwiinp iriw mnnri
eems. Many artificial Rem. are "donbleta,"
and deceive the eye by a curious contrivance.-1
Two little frsgmenteof glass, previously shaped,
are cemeniea togetner wiia veniee vurpeunao
and maatlch, ooiored with carmine, lake, rrus-1
sisn blue, verd gris, or some other pigment; an
bumble sort of imitative gem i. produced by
thin method. A still humbler process, and tbe
ffheanestof all. consists in simply placing a bit
ot colored metal foil behind the fragment
A Keen Eyed Sentinel.
The camp correspondent of tb. Fbiladelphia
Laroerssys: ..... .....l"..
A ludicrous incioeni in cgnnetjuuu wim wo
spy service ai tiavreue urace ocourrcu au uu-i
niaht i:ai. Knrn.T nan ma nnirarmn men
, counle of tolerably emart men belong, ion
one of the oompanies.and dressed them in rough
eitizens clothes. Tbey were then tent to uush
.1... t Inn Ir thtnnoh thai naiohhnrhood and
i.. -a- .". - .
k.t tn niiMt. 'l iitt naaand ooarn n
by roads and lanes during tbe evening, but late
in the night, in coming up tb. track they, were
pounced upon ty a sentinel irom vspi. opears
company at Aberdeen,
tbey were travellers, ana aesirea 10 pats up
road to Havre de Grace. The guard surveyed
tha nair from too to toe, and when be came
look at their shoes, suaaeniy orougnt nis piece
to a charge bayonet, asd said: 'No you , don't;
travellers in these time don't wear Unole ban's
brogsns; I'll just arrest yoa for desertion;' land
accordinelf took tbem before Capt. Spear,
sent tbem up, tied neck snd heels, to Col. Bur
n.v. athan. It ta newt I ta to aa. ther had
further trouble, except tne laugn.wuicn
sine, greeted them in camp." . '
The, told" th. guard
mvmvw . . mrrmmtHnaanafivlfl.
WK.W A II V r K I INKrvlKI. I
-" - - " " . .t
SCOTT'S INFArtTKT TACTICS,
Volt... 3 50. ...
Btrdee't UISs sod Light Infantry Tactics. S Vols.,
Manual of Bayonet XxercUes, by Oen. htcOlellan,
. i vs.
united stales BUiitary xaotics, (ny sutnonty) iu,
Volnnteer't alanaal Not. land a, M eentieach.
uanaynooa ior. we u p. noiuier, ay cenie. (
lljn:a trade supplied on ravorahis urmt.
I. H. BILX7.
Oolnmbns, May 83, l&il.-dSt. , .
UjJeJ ta u'
nilHSlIANT TO THB KEQCIBEa
JT mentt of tht act "To provide for ltMiogjthe
Work, or tht Btata," patted any sin, jrai, w ili.iasi
DBNNIbON. Gortrnor, ROBERT W. ZATLIR,
tor, and ALSBED P. BTONB, Titatnrer of the Blate
Ohio, hereby give notice that they will let the
Worst or tnt state, witn ineir apparwBaneet, at spetia
ed in the taid tot. for tha tent of ten years, al Pakllc
Anctloa in the Boinnda of the State liouae, ia the ally
Oolumbot, between tne noortoi ten o crocs a. at.
four o'clock P. M. of the jtb day of May, lflCl;
taid Publio Wtrktooniitt of tht Miami and (rie Canal,
the Ohio Canal, the Walhonding Canal, the Hocking
so much of the Bandy and Beaver Canal at Is
by the Blate, the Mutklngum Improvement, and
Wetttrn Reterre and Maaraea Road, and all the
cute, ftedtrt, reterrolrt, lock hontet, collector!' eflioee,
wtlth local, aod leatet of tnrplot water connected
Ihe taat or appertaining thereto, and owned by tht
for tht parpott ot being aaed tn eoonrcllon tnt re
with Ihe right to hare additional tarplot waUr. -
Bald Public Wont will he let to the pertea or ptrtoni
who, ta eonitdemtlon of th lollt, tinea, water rente
revenue! to be derlred Iheref rom, thall bid to pay
blgheat annual rent tbeiefor, to be paid in trml annual
paymenle in adranot in each year daring the term of
leate.i No bid will bt received anleaa tht perton or
toot making tht tamo tball hart flrtt dcpoalttd with
Auditor of State, in money or In ttocki of tht Blate
Ohio drof the United Btaiet.thetom of twenty thontand
dollkrt, npon thacondltiont that ht or they will, en
part, enter into an Indenture of leant of taid
Works of tht Btttt f Ohio, if tht tame shall be
off to hi a or them, and alto girt a bond paytblt to
state or unto in the torn or two banana inouana
Itrt, with Ore or more tuOclent tartliet to tht aa til
tion of the Governor, Auditor and Trtamrtr of
tad renewable every two years, or oftentr. If the Gover
nor, Aoditas sal Treaeurrr of Blate thall think
euretiee at any lime Intumclent, conditioned, m
form, that the laid leatet or leeeecf thall perform all
oortDan I of taid Hue on Ihelrparl tone performed,
and will par all damans suffered by tbe Bute er by
dividaalt, by reaun of hit or their failure to do to;
la default of said lewee or leateet entering Into laid
den lure of leaao, orglrlngsaid bond, thedepoilt so
aa aroretald thill be Abeolatsly forfeited to snd
tht property of tha State. No railroad company
eaa bid.orbt ioterctted directly or indirectly', as
or tmlgnee, or otherwlie, of the leatt.
' No kid of lett than twenty Ihoaaand dollars per
nam wilt be racelted. The leaee and bond mitt be
aoBKd aod delivered within art Salt altar tht
tlDg, and lbs term will date from tht approral of
: Tht Ititte or leateet thall receive all material!
ded or contracted foi hy lb elate, and all boats,
looltt Implement!, noraea, muiee, ana oiner property
aw belonging to and need by the Bute on said
worst, at their apprauea vejut, ana pay mereor as
.' i i ,i
Ills' tot will
A bond and leatt la accordanct with
prepared and be ready for examination at .the offlceof
in Auaitorei bum. prior to tne xvtn inttAnt, ana
bidt mad thall be dctmed to nave been made with
t, all the provialone of aald act, and of tht
and soadiliOBS af lb bond ai.4 Jeaae to piepsreilas
aioreatia.w , i ,. t i! ., t, . .
, W, DBNNtBON, Oovtrnor.
, W, T ATLEB. Auditor,
. a p. amN a Tt.....
Columbus, Obis, May it, 1861.. , ,. naylS:dtd,
aforeuid. .. )
j .11 ,U
ktVH HOOP BKIBT. ; -
BAIN cU 0OSJ.;,
, , Fo. S9, BQTJIII Hiaa BTBIIT. ;' V
IlavS Jutt received i new tnak of BOOP BKIKTB
Bniikid in a manner far superior to say yet in trod
for .' '' ' - T- (" '
DyRABILITT. ANt) pRACEFTJLNESS.
4nhJ3. v . . '
.Red, White and Blae
ttLAIItFfl, " -'.-.MA .S'.i'i)
U t,.,vr SJALICOEI,
' 'saatopeaadktl iJfj -;-,av J itiuLj"
'tin! ,ot:le4iHt, ,::. ,4 SAls AfQ,
ham. litis., best to call the attention of ths' PbUo to
TollowbH empbaU. racomadaUo, f fMm
watcnts, bj ins loaumg fr.
t)r thronghoul e unisse aiaisa.
. . ntito -bji, too lone for pnbiicatlon la one
" .-,tas will he aa,. I
" " "
Dued by thoss seqaalntsa with tos iraoe at oeiug umoi
jjiafcast decne rerpcctabte and tad taaaenuai. .aiuw
1 r" . - ......
ettblitbmsnU may always bs Run. tne gsnuin. n
i . ..,.. mwrJaotart. la srsat variety.
, ... r-. ; t um i ;
Blgnatares from many nties ana towns not iuuy
rsstrrtsi In this list will appear ia a futnrt sdrsr
, are J f "W .
HJini AktlBIOAM WATCH OOIUAHV) of Walt-
nr.i.i... k.nnht mnA mAA Amattmn Walchat tt 1
I rraiiiuw, imi - "
I . . . . ...,., i . .
fbrelm Watohss for amaoh loogsr period of Urns, teg to
Stats that thty have asvtr dealt la Watcnts whloh, ss s
Ths undersliosd.praetloal Wetobmakerssod dealers In
.U',orln tnilvldaal Irlancss.havsbttn morssaUs-
laewry w uibw. r
I durability, beauty oi anun, mauunnatreaiiyoiirreotpir-
nortioni. aooarate oomptctation and adjuitcitnt, or
I . . , i
" Jn9 ".
I ths Wsltbam Company.
rw- oniTTlNDBN. . OiereUnd. Ohio,
i w. bluhn,
I JAMK8 J E0B8
H. JBMKINS at 00.,
BB008 ea SMITH, ,
WU. WILSON McQBBrT,
DUBMb CO., ' ,.
0 PLATT. . ;
KINO St BROTHER..
I, T. et B. M. (DWABDB, '
I. 3. AIilXANDBH,
J0I1N B. M0B8B,
A. Hrr LKn.
W. H. RIOHMOND,
H. D. RAYS,
f , - tlLL.sTON,
bass, a htjlsmam,
I WM.M. "AYO,
I A! w. oro.
WM. BO h bbzib,
I y. m. rox.
WILLS R0 at BAWUT,
u . HaIIQHT.
I P. 4. RTTRR aIt: OO.
I- ITMNHBIBUtR CO,
I tnu T A YLOli
w w hnnah'.
I h. R. at H. 0. CARPBNTIB,
J0HN H, iyBg,
Williams dc CO.
ii n- n
i a. mop.oan,
La Salle, '
mi . -
Seeatar, - '
Qnlncy, ' i
. Byracutt, ,
1. A. CLARK.
BLOOD St PUTUAN,
JBNNINQB BHO'B .
JOHN 1. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLLAA1B,
UlUU. D. V1UUABV,
W. P. BINGHAM St CO., .
OBAB. O. IBBNOH.
n. a. ninKVNPlN.
I o. h.baboom it CO
. i bSlph mybrb.
i jH f pmn.5n.nj0,
1 h. b. natLTti
to I Ai.?'vIl95ITr
1 g. 0. bpauldino,
sea I W. A U1LBS.
I D.iv.ui y autrtlB
w. T. koplin!
eio. w. btbiit,
1 ?i " ,
nasij 'Lon "
.1 ohab. l. vishbr:
B.M. Bt. OLAIS.
tt. Mr A ..MQQAir
1 . L '
SOOH f. BILLS,
- Hadtoa ' (
Oawego, , . .
Albany, .. .
1 Perm-YtB, '
' . . ...
Terra Hants. ,
Pratra da Chits, r
JOBBPB LADOklUB, '
0B0. W. McOALLA,
GBOBQB HI .LIB, '
f. P. HSLLBR,
B. T. HOFrMAN, .
i. v. naUNA,.
OABBOHfc BEANNOM, '
A. W. PTLB, " -
SIMPSON et PBIOI, "
J.t A.OABPNIB '"' ui i
MAUBIOB etBSMRT, "
JBHU BTLVBBTBB, " " "
T. B. BUMPHBEVB,' ' 1 '
I. A. TOOLBB, ' '
V. W. LBINBBOK,
i. W. M0NT00MBBT, ,
BBNJ. B. COOK, ,
B. 0HILD8, "' V .
B1XTB& At B1EKI5B,
l.B. TISDALB, . '
AlBIBT PITTS, ' , v ,
BLUB Glf rOBO,
P. W. MAOOMBBB,
i.t BUBN8, V -JIBBB
SMITH, . .. ...
B.N.BTOaT. . '
LIVI JOHNBOW, "
O. W. 1000, .'. s
AM08 BAN BORN, . . ...
JOHN MoORBOOB, , v-, , , . ,.
w..m.oot. i .
JOHN B. 8C0TT,
WM, EIBEHAM, Jr., .
L. D. ANT HON t It CO.,"
PKLBO ARN0L0, .' '
THOMAS BTBBLB At CO.,
HEMINGWAY A 'TSVBNS,
0. J. MUM80N, i '' .
J. B. EIBBY.
GSOR8S BROWN, 1 '
I. B. BUNTINGTON Bl CO.,
B. A. WOODIOKD,
H. D. BALL.
JOHN L. SMITH, - '
J. 0. ULaOKMAN,' ,-. ; , . :;
L. B.H ANDERSON, . .
I. KNIGHT, '
N. O. OABB, r
GBO. W.DKIWAsOO.; '
B. J. MBLLIBH,
Wi 0. 0. WOODBT7BY,
BBUBIN BPBNOBB, ;
WM. B. MORRILL,
BIOHABD GOVS, - -JONATHAN
CHA. B. BACON,
P. M. HABD180N,
TWOMBLI St SMITH,
M08BS M. SWAN,
BOBKRT N. B0DQ1,
BJNBT McKBNNBT, ''
J. T. HOWLAND.
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
0. B. At G. L. B0QIB1,
9. M. LUOV, ' .'
D. 0. 11ALL,
BRIN8MA1D A HILPRITH,
0. H. HABDINO, -T.
A. A. MEAD, .
t. o. sates, i r
J.H. MURDOOi:, r,'
0. 0. OHILDB, ) I'W -:
0. H. HUNTINOTON,
POSTER GROW, . ! "
W. K. WALLACE, -LB
Newark. . ,
, Nathvlllt. .
Bt. LobIs '
. Northampton, Matt
' r " ..it
. fyan, .,
PltUSald, . :.,
.1 . Oreenwlch,
New Haven, ; ' "
t ... it
C it rem ant,
Ltoonlt, , -Mtshua,.
Bo. Berwick,," Us.'.',
Portland, , '
. Baottpert, "
Book land, :''.."',,
BarllegtoBij Bradford, ..'..t
v. . r-fcii,
Northlaid, . ..,
BU Jeheaboiyt, ,
Bt. AKaat, ,
''" "l Chtlits. ...!
Btlltwt falls, .
Nsw Orleane, La.
t it! tf
!'a?ilt?.B,,'L' ' . "''' t 2,UbH'.:
A. N. HALL. v .. MlKord, , , Bel.
HOBflftl WlUflB,":'! ' ;J TforoBto, '''," ' 0. W
' CAonoB.- ear WsUh'ni aew stAnlvly wantsy.
felted hy foreign aiaaUtaeUfiS,'ws trarS
pablie Old as wata Met ear yrcdraettra
canrttanitdby owtlnoat wf saUeneS. Arln
amaber Of th Witch, and atghd fat bar TreSrr,
I, Bobbin, tr by tar prtaiettaorsi Appietoa, Tracy
. ; ..... .t., .i ; t..s .1 . .i -t
C. i ,i.t,- a;.N '';ir, .:. .,(
At thee wstchss at for JewelerS generally
Uirwaghoai fb TJnlo, the ASetrtoaa Watch Company
aot solicit rars lorslnsj wsttli. .-.'.',
i ! ft k k ;i r tixoneccrf aitlbtoit',
e ( tvd- ,'i "i V ','x I
-I I mi WaaaMAgB4a,,lBttrsdw4 , t
HlghstrUiiiapM. vd..-. eAtsuM.
jL M ANTTOOTX
. BOW I0, HOW BUIOIIO,
yoiuntary Kmiutom and Imnotenoy, i
aelf abata. e.r Hy Bobt. J. Oulrerwell,
'"'JSLi J ? .ui h.nciTiAa Jpo
g-," m Bowery, New York? Pott Offloe Box. Ho
. . .
, , nogrwa gjf sj FILLS
Ia all catee of ooeurwaeat, dy rpepiia, wuioot au irre.
aha thatteknemtacldent to femalss tadslloaU hraltb,
1 ache, Uie eictnem incwwni is wie """"i
and arer kind of weakness of the digestive organs
ta w,rtt. W. B. MOIIAT, 333, Broadway, H. X
and by all DrugglsU. saya-daly
affections, piles, rheumatism, tsrsrs ant agnes, ebstt
natt head aches, snd all gentnl derangomMts of health
thtee vijia bars Invariably prayed a oertain and speedy
remedy.- A tingle trial will pitas ths lift Mils beyond f
thSNachefoompttlHoB la lbs sttimatiea et every pa-'
Heat. ;')- ' " 1 t
Dr. Moffat's Phctnla BltUrs will be band equally si
loaclons In aU sates of aervoas dtHUly, dyspepsia, head
I a .a. t .1 t.IJut k sVaaamlAksi Iwt (1 ah 1 1 aaai A amAasallK
The following ll an OXtiaot from A
UtUr written by ths Bev. J! B. Holme, p-Ur ot the
pierrepolnt-Btreet Baptist Ohnroh, Brooklya.H. T.,to
1 relumes Infarct of that world-renowned medltlne, Mat
wlmn.'i Smmtihi Bim mi flatiMH f amni
Winuow't BooTBiMa Brscr roa Ohildbib TBrraixai
"We see an adrerttraent In yoar columns of Mat
WmtLow't BooraiKe Braoy. Now wt never said a word
ta favor of a patent medicine befortln oar life, bat we
feel compelled to toy to your readers that thlt la no baa
bog ws navs tbwd rr, abd iiow it to bb au, it
oliimi. It It probably one of tht moot tacotteral madl
oinctofthtday, becauetltliontor the beet. And those
of yoar readers who bav babies can't do better than
lay ins supply." ec(iiyuw
; , T OesssumpiiTea. '
Ths Advertiser, having teen restored to health la s few
I weeks by s very slmpls remedy, after having offered sev
eral years with a severs lung affection, and that dread
I dlteasa, Ooniamptlon Is anxious ta make known to his
I fellow-sufferers the meant of ears.
To all whs deal re it, he will send a copy of tbe pretcrl-
I Uoa ated In of charge), with the direction! for proper-
tag and nrlng th tame, which thty will find a sou Oca
for GomrjMmoM, astbbu, BaoBcnrne, Ate. Ths only
object of the sdvsrtlser In sending the Prescription Is to
benefit ths afllloted, and sprsad informs tlon which he oon
oelret to bt Invaloabls, and ht hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, at It will cost thtm nothtng, and may
I prove a blettlng.
raruet Wltning me preacnption win pieaM ana me
KIT. BUTT ABlt A. WlbDUn,
Willi h. Mk
, , HIIIMI.HMIIH,
' tu JlM-k. U V L.
V '3SB &
' PBI0 BEPTTCID
. : from tht New a ork Observsr-l
AS all Sartiet manufacturing Sewing Machine, art ob
Ibred to nar Mr. ilowe a Ucentt on etch machine sold.
and ar s to compelled to mtkt return! to him, ander
oam. at to to number sola, hit boost give tcorreeiiaior
ment. from thlt reliable too roe wt bav obtained the
following tututlos. Of tht machinal mads in th year
185V, then ware sold, ,
i By Wheeler At Wilton 21.303
I. M. Singer As Oo 10.VSJ
" Grovar av Baker luaO
howinc tht sties of Whttler tt Wilson to bt rfouUt
thote of Any other Oompaoy." -
Awarded tht hlghett premlumt at the
-' United Btatet flirt of 1868, 185. snd IBM;
1 - Bltoet the .
Ohio State fain of 1R59 and I860;
and at nearly all the County fairs hi th SUt.
Oar Orieet. at the late redaction, or at low a amw
loot McA machine now told, aod bat a trifle higher than
tha interior (too Mreod CAaM SMcA ataMtiM, bow
tereed aaoa the market.
The WHEELER ex WILSON MACHINE makes the
Lock Bticb the only one which cannot te raveled. It
it Auaaon uoth Hton or toe rooot, leamu no rxw or
chain on IA undmr.tidm.
Ml mooAfcM varranttd 3 veort, arid lantucMta
liven ia their ate, free of ehtrre.
ll. ukaki.di xtign tr., uoiamnna, u,
: WM. BUMNBB At CO.,
dtc3 xtwtfknltwfiai Pike's Opera Honat, Clnoianatl.
The Celebrated Horse, Cruiser,
1ST POUTED THIS TEAR FBOBI
England, by JOHN B. BARXT, will tttad thlt tea
ton at tb farm of Wm. H. Barty.Orovtport, Ohio.
C raiser it of the celebrated Veoiton tuck of England,
and waa tired by old Venlten, the winner ef th Darby
race in 1613. Tenlaon proved hunttlf lb i too lett bora
of bis day, having traveled en foot in one year, when
only three year old, nint hundred milts, snd run fear-
Ken rtoot, and one twtlvt,
Orulter waa bred by Lord Dorchester In 18S3; tired by
VenUoa by Partitan, by Walton, oat of Pantol ky Pota
teet, son ot Xcllptt. Oraiter't dam was Bed Borer, by
Tramp, oat of Byntaxlna, titter to Syntax, tin of Beea-
I wlog, ths dam of New Mlntter, tht moit valuihle Btallloa .
I now In England, and stands al nrty guineas (faw).
ThoronthVrad mares, Ons Hundred Dalian. A llber-
Isl arrangement will be made with farmirs of th ntlgh
borhood wiihmg te pat eommon-brad mart.
attree irom a alliance win e taken cart or.
' may d-ddtwSt .
.,'1 1 " "- FIRST :
OPEMNO OFTHE OEA$0
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
AT P ROSE'S. '
I again or re a to the publio -"an
entire new ttook of Goodt in my Una, luat puroh-
I ated In New York at the cheapaet panic ratetll of whlah ,
I that! tell at to tmaiitti nronit, lor uatn. ay enKoev
trt and frltndt cr reipectlully invited to call and exun
In my Goodt aod Price, at I am dattralned to salt as , .
cheap or cheaper than any other hoaee In th tltyl sad
aa I do my twn Catting, and snperintend my own buai
nen, I feel amu red, from my long xperUoc Inbotl- ,
sett, to girt general tatitiaciion. Tttt nnati or work
men art employed, and all work don strictly te Mm and -on
short nolle, and warranted to St. Straogtri rliltlng
aur ciiy would contult thtlr Uterttt by giving mt t call " - -
otior parcnating eutwnere, r. buhb,
marohSS dly ' ;0or. High and Towa sta.
Watohei! Diamonds!! Silver WuUu;,
A CHOICE AaORTrrlKHT Or HOLD " J
and Silver Watehet, ta great variety. .,.
I am Agent for tht Aaaauaa Watcb Co., sad can
tell thett excellent Wttcht at Banufactarert' aiicea. ' 1
either Wholetale or BeUll.
- Come and ehoott from my aeeatital dltplay ef Die
mead! tad ttber rich Jewelry. Btyleaaaw price lew. -.
At to Silver War of tterling aaaltty, I can. aaow aew ' ; ;
patterns, very handtom ,
. .liver Plated Ware, Tea Belts, Urns, Walters, Oatlors, '
Bttkeai, Pitcher, Goblet, Knlvas, forks, Bpoons, it.
thea I bar a supply of An Tabl Cutlery, Pocket v
Xatres, Bttori, Ac, and many fancy Good each s
Ar desired for preeentt at tacb Pricet ta are an lad oca-, . . .
ment to Um purchaaer. WM. BLYMw,
f No, 10 Backey Block, ,,,y.
i itBsnl NorthildStaUHout tquart. , .
THE UNION POIU3 VER l5
fTWIOfs' EIvTB MPF.-A BAK1T Ost"
U detlgns, at 4,00 per 1,000.' ' "
" ukioi tznii ixi) sTon nrnt, - O rr
at hall tht prict charged by amaU dealers. . .
'TTrat AD Q0ABTNR8 No. Boath High tfmf. -
WhmlAis,MayB,Je(ll. vi . a. M. aULBIn (. f
It i n ft ll Bl . - i I-
'. r.. i -I it .a I i it 'IT
K.niiiea In Neck Tltt snd Boarft. f '
, " Byron aadOrTotOo1rarS. " " ' "
" J - Xmbroidered Pocket Handkerchief! . -,......
,' tart KM Glovta superior mat. , . ,,, .,, , ,,,.,'
' Golden HIU Bhh-tt, virions styles. i. xiai m
Boy' Golden Hill Shirt, do 1 v, ; !
Atriringanu otreo wiovoe, uw
-Hemmed Pocket Hindkerchlefi, Verio! Style,
tt.,. ii ... . . rr,i.a 11....,.. ' r
M.H BWIIIll UU".' 7-
a y. i i a
'nnr si an-r . . .ia f .
- Ho. BB Boats High street. :l
"MAPS OF THE WAR!
T HE demand ha betn greirt for rllblemp, vmsp'
of OurOounUy, glrtagill ' -
THE rOHTB, CABTttEl JflltlTAHT
" CAMPB, sTATIOHS, RIU.ITABT
t " ' i r i AKD VOBT BOADt .
ad dtfinoet of our army And tho af the rtbelA. These
tr accurate, and ererybodr hould hrre est. f.-i -t
.PRI0K-8J etnto. Bent, oy .". n toripiiua
Sura.; ...;- ' ' . ...
a inrai dtisettnt te peaitr.
.They are Juit tht. klal. of doouments, aai most lnft, 0 ,
, BAflIAUli I AHWf I A VA.
aatis thtee time.
I may r:dlw''
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