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SUNDAY MoRNINU, MAY 26, 1861.
The Prospect—The Great Issue Involved.
..The- eigne bf the times are ominous . la
entrance I the United States troops Intoyir
ginlaj doubtless' Ibe Vpenlug. b nw and
bloody apt In the tragedy, Oivil war. It baa
commenced '.with ' the 1 murder of the la
mented 'Col.' Ellsworth', and the retaliatory
death of it assailant. But we are expecting
every boor to hear of laughter ud death on a
Urger, mere extended end ' terrible scale.
Still, the contest may for someday be confined
to mere predatory and guerrilla, warfare;
Eve this U, in some respeots, more te be de
plored than regular "pitched battle, .for' while
it waatee life and property, it decldei nothing,
and oulv eerfee to aggravate and prolong the
nnnuat b Dromotmc on both eidee to eeiB of
revenge and desperation. "'' ' (',.
' While waiting (or the announcements which
the next telegrapblo reports may bring, we pause
in awful euspeuae, as before the anticipated
ahoek of an earthquake, or the expected burst
ing fjrth of the long pent-up fires and Isvaof
en uBaulet and upbesving volcano, we anow
that the shock must corns; that the rolcanlc ex
plosion cannot long bs delayed, and that the
work oi destruction and death will be .fearful.
Bat the Iron hand of necessity Is upon ns we
mast meet the impending calamities face to
face; for there is no way of eecape with either
honor or safety. All we can do is to hope, and
pray, and labor, that the evils of the war may be
mitleated as much as possible, mat me con
teat with arms mJ bs a short one, and that the
hearts of the people may be speedily turned to
conciliation and peace.
We turn from the sad aspect of wsrlike strife
to the contemplation of the great issus involved
It is no less than the preservation of our Union
bv the enforcement of its laws. If the supreme
ey of these cannot be malutalned, the Union is at
an end. The powerful combinations which have
been formed to resist, and which are In fact re
ai.rinir tha teution ot tbo laws, stand In te-
pwnsi wa-w '
aneet to the Federal Government on the same
footing as mobs and bands ct rioters and
other outlaws do in regard to State and munici
pal authorities. . If these get the npper hand
and are suffered to maintain their ascendency In
a State or a city, life and property are at the
mercy of despotiim more to be dreaded than
that of a Nero. Such combinations ana con
spiracles agsinst the peace and safety of so
ciety must be put down, and the participators
oonsignsd to exemplary punishment, at wnat
ever cost of blood snd treasure.
We are disposed to give due weight to every
excuse which those in tbeSoutbern States, who
resist the execution of the federal laws, can
make for tbelr position. We thought, and still
think, tbey hsd with us good reasons for oppo
sing the election of Lincoln to the Presidency.
But when be bad been constitutionally elected
to that office, the decision of the people should
have been acquiesced in. To resist his author
ity as the Chief Executive of the Nation
al Government, was to resist the operation of
the Constitution, and compass the dissolution oi
the Union. And all this, not for any alleged
aggression on the part of the Federal Govern
ment, bat solely on the ground of the election
of a man to the Presidency, whose political prin
ciples and pirty associations were disliked and
Whatever the final issue of the present fear
ful strife may be, it is certain that, while the
whole country will greatly suffer, those portions
of it In which the opposition to the execution of
the federal laws has become the most rampant,
will be exposed to the greatest dissster and ruio.
Those who bare committed overt acts ot treason
and of resistance to the laws, and bave taken np
arms against a constitutional National Got
eminent, bave brought swift destruction to tbelr
own doors, and can blame nobody but tbem
, selves. The loyal Democrets who bave stood
by tbeir Southern brethren and fought hi political
oontests side by side with tbem, for the suprem
acy of the laws and tbo maintenance or the Un
ion, are now engaged with equal seal and ardor
in sustaining the Government against those
. who resist the laws and are attemptin j to de-
. a troy the Union. ,
BTThe Jml of yesterday morning copies
portion of a letter to tbe New Yo.k TrituBt
fenaa Phlladalohla. In which the writer com
plains of the conduct of Gen. Bctlxb at An-
' aannlia.wlth teferenoe to tbe slaves, with the
. uesitlon of onr eotemporsry that ibe letter
i speaks the "popular sense" of the country.' In
; the letter the following remark( appears "thx
XtOHBST TSOTB IS, Wt ABB orrTIBW TO Bl A0-
MetoalnH. AND WANT TO BX 'THIS WATIOBAt
Lxraosr wiped ouT., The sentiment here quo
' ted le not the popular sentiment; It is not the
enriment of the volunteer army j end the man
; o oresa that asserts it as such proclaims a false
; hood.' It Is tb sentiment of the "Irrepressible"
' Republ cans; the party backs aud imbecile poU-
. tlotanenow in offloe; but not the sentiment oi toe
neoDle and the time bas come when such aseer
'' tlotaa And utterances should be suppressed. Their
evil effects are two-Jold, and terrible la tte'ir
, i eonscQuences. Southern rebels use tbemtoath
vanee their cause and strengthen their ranks
They ere copied in all Southern papers, nd
the naoDle called npon lo unite a one man In
defense of their lives and tbelr Presides against
tha HAhnlhtnn Invaders:" and in the ranks of
. onr own volunteers, soch declaratione can bave
no other effect than to dampen their ardor and
"'. make them lukewarm In the cause of their coun-
try. They have entered tbe ranke for';the de
fence of tbe Constitution end tbo Union,' end to
1 aid in the enforcement of the laws; but tbey are
V elmost a unit in uncompromising opposition to
Abolitionism. Tbey bave no idea of the Volun
"' teer army bsiog used to emancipate more (ban
' 4 four millions of negroes, and thus open the door,
' at the end of tbe war, for an Inferior race to
swarm into Ohio, to compete with them on tbelr
1 return from the army to their various laborious
' pursuits, for employment In the tame. Tbey
know that the street of snob measure would be
. ta drrada and esrmanently injure the white Is
boring men of Ohio, of whom these Volunteers
a annatilnaltt'Aart. ' .
ULUBV1V. V- r : -
We repeat that this style of discussion io the
. Abolition press of Ohio, should be oppressed,
- and that without delay. It is of eufficsenl Im
portance to the efficiency and success of the tt-
my, that it be suppressed ss a military necessity)
end If tbat bs not done, the people should take
- hold of it, and silence these incendiary dema
gogues, who thus spresd, far and wide, Idea so
revolting, end which aie so li-Jurlous in ,belr
-consequences. " ' ' r-3-
Volunteering htd a sad effect on tnioy poor
families in New York City their homes being
broken op and the children left adrift.
The Prospect—The Great Issue Involved. Corwin's District.
': The!nrttered'; bo swty ReputHosns having
la a packed ' Convention, lend by a species pf
fraud, nominate; Aabo Haalab fef Congress,
any Union men from therabks of U former
political partiee have celled pesrBasw ft.- A.
H.tui n atanrl a nnll it lh alSOtlOn WDiCn
uIm nlut nn Tnaedev next. JS. Hpfv to ii
reouestof .'bis fellow.oiilsens,1thul madef mW
Harrison has Issued the followinr Card
to' tu wpreas ot f istshtb cobbissiiob 1 1, ait
tttcr or ou.
iu him bv an la whets I Beveeea-
Ideate, aod of all pa., to Khom 0 VMmat)M
for Congrett at ID tpeetai imuju w mm w
.-. .. lha 0,n In at ..a. t
The Government of thetToled Stales h inttgcd M a
war to putdowa rabelUoa to lu laviul eeihortty. aad all
cloteet of oar PP' without any dkxlmtlea f party
ahaiever.are eut aiautf ,witn ait uwr avgat
tianal admiultiratloa. For Ibe llmt being we i i 0,
In my judgment, know no political partite. They ea
n bo goo. Tbo. may do mueh ktna. Whey we tharl
ban placed tbo Oonroaeol on aolU gnaad, ana
dlcatoS lb aaaov ( " OooaUtnUoa and toa lattgrl-
nndonlitnll will, stain baapon at. Tho country la
now ritlos akovo all parly k aaa will foal toaouta
b7I,dtit.Sitjowa abllltr. In Ihltorlflt',' fodlaoliarra
.k- mm. ....,. .ihi ii tit reatlot upon a
mombcr of Controaa. ir, bow.Tor, ob shall sss At to
oall for my leriloea, I shall labor to bt falihiul to the
Iruat. As wo are ontaf aa in war. i "
my boat aasoavora to auwUaa tba xtoao and Mill-
. m t a u. that lha flAllt
tory irBi amii uvvr mrrjun s aw fr -
R. A. HARRISON.
LoadoB.O.,Hav8St, 1861. i : .. . .
Ho anr honest man In the Republican party
could take exceptions to the card of Mr. Hx
sjbob. or object to hi being candidate for the
suffrages of hie fellow-oitixtns, on the basis of
his card, and the eireumstaneee whicn surronno
na. I difficult to conjecture. Bat the OAie SUt
Jaurntl. the leadini organ of the party mans
gers el the "Irrepressible" Republicans, and the
nih.riM nf tha SUte Administration, thus
refers to the canvass in the 7th District :
THE CORWIN DISTRICT.
thla Dlitriot la tbo beak, wa Iblok, that ooald ban baen
made. Bo iaan able man; no u a irno maa,
markaMjatoadfaatanddocldod. At IbliHaK -bappoat
to bo la favor of the war-and bo U for It wilk ail Iho In
naxlble dolermlDaUoB of bis anylaldlof nam. Xbat
la the kind ot men ins poovio waoi la
Oroooraa.atr. HarUn will ba elaotad.bat this fact
doea Bot prorent atr- Herrlaoa, Utoly tonator froaa
atadlaaa county, from conualtllai polltleal snUrido by or
poalotbim. Mt. Harriaon u mo uunum pin y
... AnnU h wit ta Oonaroaa bv a ilcoero and tarn'
ait conitltuaoey . Hit rannlna; at thia Udo aa a Bo-parly
eandldataj, is of a plooo with his efforts dartof tbo paj
fowyeara to aboao the conBdoaos of party frlOBda. sod
batrar tba prloeiplaa wblcb bo baa neon by a vloltnt
atraub of imatuuUon aupposad to spbold. jngwiac
Here we have the admission made that Mr
Hsblan is the Republican nominee, wherest
the packed Convention which nominated mm
fraudulently attempted to palm him off as the
oaadidate of the Union men of the District
without respect te party 1 It is farther admit
ted by the Journal, by the ground it assumes
now. that its former asseverations end proret
sioos that party was all laid aside for the pres
ent, were the merest cant end hypocrisy. Its
object and. the objeclbT Its lesders for whom It
speaks, is to malntaia In the ascsndency the
rabid, sectional, Abolition politldsns In Ohio, to
the end that the hateful doctrines and dogma
held by them shall still control the policy of
the State; and if any mas, no matter how com
mending hie position and ability, or how sound
hie Republican party antecedents may be, does
not acquiesce, be is to be bound down, vilified
and slandered, after the manner tbeJirarasi
has dealt with Mr. Hiimsomv
It is time the real Union loving, law-abiding
and loyal men of Ohio, of all former parlies.
should unite themselves together, to pat
down the brood of politicians whom the Oil's
Staff Journal represents. This is necessary In
order that the. contest la which' the people are
involved for the maintenance end preservation
of the Government may be earsled ea with
energy, wisdom and success.' It is, In fact,
matter of absolute, necessity, if we desire the
preservation of our Institutions, that ell the
crack-brained fanatics and incompetent men now
in power should bs d!splacsd as speedily as tbat
em be constitutionally effected and the people
ewe it lo themselves, without respect to party
predilections, to work In concert end with all
their energies to accomplish, this object. ' .
The noprlnoipled politicians of the "irrepree
slble" Republican school, who seek to monop
olise all the civil offices, 1 and are skillful
scenting out the avenues where plunder and
profit connected with the war may. be found,
do not venture to take np the mutkst and
Into the field to perform the part of loyal men,
in defence of the Union j but tbey ere ready
all times to slander their honest aelghbors,
cowardly innendoee end mean: end - unfounded
imputations against their patriotism; and love
country. Let inch men be exposed, and
eoofideuiie of the people withdrawn from them
ST. We learn from a special despatch td
Nsw York Tribum, that Dr. Taoaae Muxib,
a prominent pbytlctan la Waehlcglon elty, who
wu arrested on suspicion of complicity with
Virginia secessionists, had been discharged
there being nothing of that sort io the ciroum-
stsnce npon which he was arrested. De.Mnv
lib hs gone to Chicago to attend senator
Docouts, who. we regret to state, is still Jo a
critical condition. J 'T.. ; n.-
OTTbe Jewrael says of Aaxox? IT At law, and as
an inducement to bis support Tor Congress, tbat
"at this time he iUfweae to be in .favor of. tbe
war." - This assertion Implies that' he bar not
always been ln favor, of It, and we fcoold like
our cotemporary to Inform us of tbe flme and
mancsr of the conversion of Mr. Habiab, and
the process by which be became a eon vert to It
The Journal mu opposed to coercion and In fa
vor ef disunion on tbe 27th of March last; bat
it Is now in favor of tbe war. Did Mr. Habxa
change front when tbe earns! did f ', 1
Appointments of Officers.
WASHINGTON, May 20.
' Tbe Secretary ef War bas sent so the Gov
ernors of the different States a circular of which
the is a i
WASHINGTON, May 22, 1861.
" Dear Sir Br reference to Keneral order do
15, of tbe War Department, appended, eeopy of
which I berewitn lorwara yon, giving oe pi an
of organisation of volunteer foroee called into
tbe service ot tne unitea oiaves oy toe rreei
dent. von will perceive that all reelraeutal of
ficers ol those volunteers, from Colonels down
to 3d Lieutenants inclusive, are appointed by all
tha Governors of States. ' " -a I
' Having tbns confided to yen tbe appointment
of all these officers lor tne regiments inrmaoea
bf yoor Bute, you will I trust, eievjso this De
partment for pressing npon yon in advance the
necessity of absolute adherence In year appoint
ments to the following snggtwttone whleh era
deemed of the highest importance by she Gene
ral In-Chief, Cider whose advice tbey are SB b-
ml'ted to you. , "
First, to commission no one of dooStfnl morale
or patmtiem and oot of sound health. '
Becotd, to sppoiol BO one to B llestemaasy SJ
or let who baa passed the age of S3 years, or
to captaincy ever 30 years, and to appoint no
field officer, majoe.or colonel, sdIcm a grsduale
of the United 8iaue Military Aeademy, or Is
known to post tat military kaowledge end sxpe
rlenee, who has paseed she respective ages of
35, 40 snd 45 years, The Department feais as
sured that U will bel be deemed offsneive to
jour Eicelleney to add this general oouoseli
tbat tbe higher the fooral Character tod general
Intellgenoe of the officer appointed, tbe greater
tha aiHnienev tf tbe troops, and the rssultlnt
glory to their respective States;1 h, tjji
........ a ant wrr, rwfwunj,
SIMON CAMERON, Sec'y of War.
SIMON CAMERON, Sec'y of War. Particulars of the Death of Co.
Tha narrative of the death of Col. Em-
wcarai, as glf en by the special correspondent of
the Cincinnati Eaquirtr, and also Dj tne special
correspondent of the CVmswreUJ, varies tome-
whas from tjbe detail of tbat sad event as given
bv tlia Aaaoolated Press. We Insert below what
the correspondents of these papsrs say aooui
[From the Enquirer's Cleveland.]
rVocaadlas up tows, Oolonal 1 11 two nb taw a leets
lion flt waTlot ovir tbo Haraball Uoute. toot oy aa.
W. JacaooB, at 4ha tonar of Klofaad Plttacmta, a
wall known Bceeatlonlai. IntUntly tnttrlnf lha boutt
with four or Art of bit nts, Oolonol alUworth prooooo
td o Ibt bona top, tort dowa lbs ttf and tiauplad It
aadcrfoot. , .
In dotcaodlof tht tUItt tht parly wtrt enenanltrtd
by lha ktoptr of iht bout, a doublrd barrellM nun in
baod. til nuara no gun rami m. ' '
-.. mmiAm him mm. hn JaetaoB loalaatlr turn-
ad It npon Col ntl llaworia- asd. Arlng. diacuarird ibt
load or ooa oarroi into iam owi , a"-
who fall daad npon tht ttalra. Jackton aa aooa quietly
t tt.. kari mi m Sonara atajidlna nozl to
Ooloorl Kllawortb, whan private Browaaell, aaothtr
of tbo ZoaaTot aeaoapaaylDS Slllaworth to take down lha
flat diaoharaed tba oonuota oi nia ouaaat raw
. h.nn.tln hit bodv at bt fell, plnnlnt
It to tht ttopt. Tbara it lay np to nine A. M. andar
Btnardof the ouat, who will permit boom to rt-
i. .... i .
[From the Commercial's Special.]
rfk.-n.Bi KiUaoTlh hat fallen. From an official
. m.il. in lha Pfui ianl br Caot. Vox. it ap-
paart that hit ro(lmaot Wat Arat on tht tthar tldt, Jt
barlos crotatd tho riYtr lo tuaa tur. Af or tht arrl
Tal of tht other troopt bt proeoadod ap tho street With a
aqaad of bli man. lo lata poaaaaiion at v.
. whlia nualna aloof ha noUotd a ItcMaloo nag Aj'
tux from a buuaa top. ho immaaiamr
ballolntand madtbitway up to Ibt roof , with oot of
hit atta. Sealed aoan ui oaoaaaiva wmmi wik--i..
i. ..n hi. bodr. duoaaded. Whllo on the ate-
endfloor, a taotaaloubt oama out of a door with a eocked
doabla barnlabot un. lit took aim at Iilawortb.whan
th latttr attamptad to it r Ike tht (an out of tbo way with
vi.a... a hx rark It one of tha barreli wae ditcher-
od. lodf Ins tho whole load of buckahot In Kllewortb'l
body, ana aiinoa imwiuj.
..nii hnt tha murderer tbronah tht bead with a re
rolver, maklae him a eorpte a aaoond or two after tht
fall of Bilaaorih. , Tbe houat wat Immediately aur-
rooaded, and all tht iomttet made prlaooait
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
and Organization of
the Army at Camp Dennison.
I .... I 1 1 . I
We have already published, in a somewhat
fragmentary form, the organization or tne sev
eral brlzadet and regiment of the 'Ohio Con
tloKsnt." For thssakeof convenient reference,
however, and as a more satisfactory exhibit than
has yet been given, we print below a full list of
the brigade and regimental officers and the cap
tains ot eompanUSrWith tbe exact strength of
the several regiments ane nngaoes now at isamp
Pennison. . :
All of tbe Ohio troops, mustered into tne ser
ina of the United States, ere now there, ex-
aantins- tbe First and Second Regiments which
were the first to fiy to the field, and wblcb tbe
other day passed through baltimore ana joinea
tbe army at W aldington, ineeieven regiments
are assigned to tnreeongsaes, unaer tne com
mand of the three Brigadier Generals oommis
stoned by tbe Governor when the troops wsre
first called into the field. - Tbe Senior Brigadier
(Gen; Bates) is well known to Cindnnaiiana
Brigadier General Cox, ln command of tbe Seo
ond Brigade, has woo his Isurels. hitherto, in
tbe Senate Chamber. Those who bave watched
hie career there, who have noted bis keen, log
ical intelleot, and who know tbe special atten-
OBI mteiieoa, auu wuv auvw u .v, ..v.
j ..j ... ,k. .... .... . nit.
subjects, will look for yes brighter laurels for
U VIVA' bbbs va. , , ? , ..
scwesln which he is likely soon to be
so prominent an actor. Brigadier General
-.pry , .. u a
Bcmsicn, in commagu . tu. . .-
1 . 1 B. 1 la-a jkaavta . B hannnhnlir ' f rial
ItaS Mth, I partJ Ue-d-e of the B.-ocra.;
In lha Oh In Hunat. in oartv timee. II mav not
k. .ail known that Oen. Schlelch baa also,
kMn.h hi. .hnla lib. e-ivn time and etude to
loienoe. , in volunteer companies ana bchvb or
ganlitUons under tbe old militia laws, he has
sucoesslvlly held every post, from that ot cor
porsl up to the one he now occupied. Of un
L-...v.:u.-..j i.,,v ..-i.h.K. .r,n.lnt.l
UUUOWW .Uiu.j .i y.-v.-,-. .-
ana e, 1th miliUrv aBalra ne alreaev DOtseates.l
Gen. Bcbleicb will make an admirable officer,!
-ui. it.. ...0 .r uat, nan ha hat
called around blm may wall uetity tne prouu
tserit iumrpt wbiob tbe inird Urigade nas al
ready begun to manliest. :
BrlradlerGeTJtrtl.J.H-Bates. ' " -Major
E. O. Keonet, Actlnf Att't AdJ't General,
Captain P. O.Jonet, Aide. , ., - , .-
Capula a. Bales. ' i
Oaytalo P.B..01oont0.uarteratattT. . .. . .
' . .. rirrB aaoutta-r. '
Lt. Col. J. n. rairicx.
WaJ.Chat. VB Loaf.
Aajauat w. uaaaiu.
Capt. -J. Bonify. .
juipetnc. ., .
, .' Tbee. Oalntt.
Xd. By aunts.
1 Jackton. '
I - . i ... .
Col. M. 0. Boaley. .
Lt-Col. B. Lorlnt ' '
AdJ't H. L. AndertOT.
Capb A. Wrttcott.,, , ;
JT. 0. Lent. ' ' "
Capt. H. H. Khrmaa.
0. Brwia. -
' A. 0. Raeeell.
. " . H. Tinker.
" " Jemtt BeaH. '
Colonel R. V. MoCook.
Ha)or Prank Mak. .
. llenry nrootnon
- 1. f . Prints.
' JobaOanton. -
Lieut. Col. Sandtthoff,
adjutant Wllllck. : -Capt.
h Chanaa fchriedor.
M H. Ooynelin.
M . aeetftliomatr.
Tarrw BteutDrr, - -
Ooleetl W. B. lytle.
Major Joe. Burke. ,
UobS. Col Kroff. .
ad)ataot Ororir. . ;
Cat.- Stearoarty. ,
Ward. 1 " '
i J.O Sowd. .
' Robtoaom '
" J. P. Sedan.
' 11 ' r' rcobs Bsiean. ' . ' '
Brlradler General, J. D. Cox ' ' "'
l Brtf . Isap., Major 0. A. Pt Vlltlert.
AetiLf Aat. AO uaa . at. aicniroy.
Capt. 0. Af . Baaoom. Aid. -. ,
Brltade Quartermaittr, R. B. Treat.'
Brif ade Com ,Irs B. Olbbt. " '
Col. Lorin Andrtwi
Lleat. Col.- Jaa. Oeatwtll,
Mtjot-Jee. II. Oodaaa.
Caot Jaa. 0. Irvine.
, " II. B. Bainlnf .
f stu stawaf ta ............
Jat. Wallaeo. i
J. B. BoWaaeB. '
B. B. Olmtted. '
A. U. Brown. 1
;..';. . l .i.
' SB as IB BBBtttSWr.
Coloriel I. B.Tyler. '
Lltat. Col. W. It.Cartln,
Mejer-Jee. B, OattattBt.
Capt. Creos. , . , : . .
t. P. StlrnDf ' '
'PhartllB'. ' ' - 3
-Drar ' i
u , 8 adataa,
Wm. B, Sttrllng,
nosra sunuuaT.; -
OsloBtl B. ft DePuy. '
UA Col B. t , lianHln.
Capt. B W.Clark. . ,
.. Wm Knney. '
' P. W. BulterBeU. '
I .. Praaklla Bavjer. u
Cant Jat. B. Orer
d. . Oeo. M. Tilliaton,
.. Wm. B.BiyneS.
.. wm- w. Starr.
.. X. 0. Johatoa.
... W. f.Pelee. :
n- :, , . SUVSBTB MtlSmr.
Col- J. f Indlay Barrlaoa.
Major A. B. Colaaun, ,
Capt. C. J Cblldt.
.. Robt. A. Knox.
..' J. 0. Langtton. ' -
H.P.NoUa. - t..
..- Jao.Craaor. ' ,
Lieut. Col. J.W PUiell.
Cant. T. L . P. Dttreet
.. J. V OartU
.. B. JohnaoS- . I -i
J. 0. Drurr
' .. J. M Newklrk-
Total etreogtheoend Brigade.. ...m..w...
; ies I
1 Ml i
: : . i ) tbibb aaieAsa. " )'
Brif. Sent' Schlelch. '. ' ' ' a- '
Lieut Cel. W. S. Smith. Atet. Adj. Ckaeral. .
, MtJ.BBfhBwiof.Briirada Major. , ,
Major B. A. Gilbert, Brigade Quartermaster. .
Capt. Joha A. Hunter, ( AIA ' , ,
- Cept PelafleMDaBolt, '.' ' '
Caps. ft. 0- Oalorallh, Brlfads OhapWo.
j'.. . ., TBDXP BBOIMtBTJ i k'7 .
Colonel J. n. Marrow.. -Major-Beatty.
Captala O. A. Lawton.' -
i i. at. loa.
.. tll A.P.Abboit. i i
- C. P, Tnrnty. .
' B.O.Rom. ' '
Lltut. Col. Smith,
Captain J. TI. Wing.
i. 0. Tananda.
W. 0. Roeamao,
. ' ' 1. McDougall.;
' u. cope.
Cotoaet J. W. Lowe.
Lieut. Col Jacob Ammoa
Captain J . V. Wallace.
' BP. MrtJurcby. '
' ; ' ArVt Galloways
., .f , i J L. MUte. , ,
Major C. B. White.
Captain B. B. Harlaa
., ' Rob't Lnle.
,'. . R. Williams.
K M. Carey
. J, Sloan;
Colonel A. I-PUtt.
Lteut SMt-O. ) Maaoa
Casitaln Aaheiead, ,J1,,l
, ., , iiobb rtatu ,
'-.i '' 1 Beach. I "
.,M.ii BoBaaldey.) j: ,
i ... , CaaulU . .. .. .
, Total airangth...'...,......,.., VV."'L M
9oul strrtigth third Br1gMe,.n.'W,.W B,7J
Tetal sHvsf tb tatire totes . ...'.I. M . ' fc 4'lwes.
Major A. O.IIawkuit.
. .. i -
- .. Rankle.
. , 1 1 . Sloeam,
1 a HcUar. .- -
-jar-,. I t a-VHWH
Postal Programme of the Secession
Postal Programme of the Secession ists.
J. Hi Retgan, the Rebel Postmaster General,
bat leaned a proclamation suspending end pro-
bibitinc the operations of tbe Postoffioe Depart-
ment within the llX of the Confederate Slates
tha thlrt. fl,.t ) hf tha Breton t month. I
All postmasters, route sgeoU, and speolal aenU
.t. ...ki. il tha Ui.ltafl I
mw -.'g .-. --"". - .v" i . : Z I
btates, areaireotea, on ana ..r eu.
Of June, to Continue In the Oiscnsrge OI Utll
duties,' eubjeottb the Uwsaca regulations oi
ih. nw r.nnf.n...fl. tn which thav are reouir I
T;:" " rru.- ... I
alao inatruoted to render tnetr nnai accouotfl up
to the Slat day of this month to tbe Poetofflce
DenartmeBt at Washiniton, and to rsturn at
tbeaame time all postase stamps and stamped
envelopes belonging to tne uuitea outesi buu
10 retain in tneir potsettiou ail mo rauu
whioh sball bave aooroed from the postal service
previous to tbe first of June, to meet tne or-
dersof the Postmaster General of tba United
States for tbe payment of mall service witmn
the uontederate Btates.
vfth the Southern Confed-
age stamps and stamped
.it mn.t .in
Prtmr. a,. fb ddin to collect postage
.1 .... I A at iL. tTl I
on man matter sent 10 or reoBiTtuiroramvwu..
leu 0Mwa auui a inmMi '
. . ' . . . n . . r
by tote uovernment witn
aranvl and nntll nnataaB
tjw r--o- .. ...... I.,, I
envelopes are furnished, ail man matters witt
ha raniiirarl tn ha vmirl frte In monSV. ' i
lisbed within the Confedemte StaUs, and a.nt
from the office to subscribers residing In.tbe
OSOIS Will OS cnargea tor every a.uB.u
1-.. A .... . rf .t.nna nf l.ia I
. uuiauw uaiic. ...I..- .......
..J ... ... niat.nna nnud III
I BUU lur .ui -n
a that rata NewSDSDera CUD-
Slid Siatea. are charted as follows: Weeklies
ion oente per quarter) seml-weeklles, double
that amount) tri-weeklles, treble that amount;
papers poblltbed six times a week, sixty oenttj
snd dallies, seventy cents. Periodicals pub
lished oftener than .biennially are charged as
newspapers. Books, bound or unbound, not
newspapers, cooas, oounu "'
ceuia an ouucv tur tor uieauv. vuuui. .
rates above specified are to be charged npon all
newspapers published beyond the limits of tbe
Instruments of Death.
T, Z! I
c .1 ... Tt ..l... I imm.n.
Imnrovements bave been made In the art ot
killing man. From the enormous cost of tbe
' t LUn !
"Z? 'T", . tTTi . "."I :;..".;.:
IS s vsry convenient no-
comp-anlmen. In nav.i warfare, but tbe Warrior
i anri tnrea naartara mil-1
or La Gloire costs one and three quarters mil
lions of dollars. An Armstrong gun oosts not
numerous praetioal lmorovemsnts, has produced
a battery of cannon, In which all tbe tnotlcns of
tnsn a tnousana aoiisrs, ana a lortjpouuuor
1 m. i m...h . an!w.fni tnwMtna nf
r as a , Lui . M.it.k.a
lOBoing, nring, --F"-
StaTe it-nm nowert I? Mpable of
and is adaDted to field artillery, iorU or Teasels.
A new bomb shell hat been invented by Mr.
Louis Wood, of Brooklyn, whloh he claims will
be more destructive thsn any projectile now
nsed. Its form Is similar to tbat ot the oral-
nsrv shell. Tbe interior walls are ooated with
a firm-flnndiulln anmnoauion. eininn nraventa
the charge from fusing them. The charge is
molten material, poured In through an easily
r.ta np onenlns?. The thiokoesa of tha
o - -r . . , .,
ahall le an arranged that, whether it falls nnon
hsrd or Bolt eartb, stone or wood, it bursts, and
a e el - I. aatwutw Almlj sari n tail
sb.pw and qa.ntlties. If it etrlkee wood, Ig-
nition entuet) ana 11 a numan oeing, it passee
.i,,n.l, tha hndw arlth tha eanidltv and
-----. -..--- .-----
taTTaanK II I llljnLBllIIIT. A rieBl UI M"Bl rAUCfl"
menu, haveD;en "trl.d,- both with cannon and
pro eouoa ot oauu. au ua ui uin wi.io,
a person standing imprudently near tbe spot of
exoloelon wu struck bye descending piece of
the filling about the sits of a pea on the back
. I . 1, Y l...n I. ... ..u.,, hi.
im ow not. u ,u...u.
body, scoring and searing a track for iteelf, and
finally stopped In his boot. The Injurlee were
I not neaiea lor nearly a momu.ioie experiment
aa drrmnlna a thell from tha hand, at the
. - -rr- - i"-"- , .
neieut ot mteeu tewt, upon a avuuv. " ucu PTV
peileo irom a oannoo. ue power oi ueauoouou
l mav DO imaautea. l na auau van oa dhi iu
the form of a Minie ball, with a compartment
to oonieln a oombustlbls oomi
pose of more extensive and rapid conflagrations,
It has been offered by tbe inventor to tbe uov
ernment. In connection with bis cwn services.
The cost of the shell Is only one-fourth that of
tbe form at present nsed.
North Carolina Ordinances.
"We. the people of tbe 8 tale of North Car
linn, in convention assembled, do declare and
ordain, and it is hereby declared and ordaned,
that tha ordinance adootea Dv trie state orivortu
Carolina in tbe convention of 1789, whereby the
Constitution of tbe United States was ratified
and adopted, and also all sets and psrts of sets
of tbe Oeneral Assembly ratifying and adopting
amendments to tbe said Constitution, are hereby
repealed, retoinded ana tDrocatea.
I '..If, a. A -1 Wl af . A Al
I "we 00 inrtner oeci.ro ana cream inat tne
Union now Subsisting between tbe btate Of North
Carolina and toe omer otates, unaer tne tine oi
the United Suites ol America, la hereby dissolv
ed, and that the 8tate of North Carolina la in
fall possession end exercise of all those rights
of sovereignty wnien neioog ana appertain to a
tree and Independent State.
Done -At Kaieleh, xutbday ot May, In tbe
year of oer Lord icoi." -
- me following orotnsnee was also passed
'We people of North Carolina, In oouven
tlon assembled, do deolare and ordain, and It is
hereby declared snd ordained, tbat tbe State of
North Carolina does hereby assent to and ratify
tbe "Constitution for tbe Provisional Oovern
ment of the Confederate States of America."
adopted at Monteomery. in tbe 8iate of Ala
bama, on tbe Bin of ftbroary, iBbi, by the con
vent ion of delegates from tne States of South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Missis-1
slppl and Louisiana, and that North Carolina
will enter Into Ibe federal atsoclstloo Of Btates
open tne terms tneretn proposeo, wnen aamtttea I
by tbe Congress or any competent authority of I
ana oonieaaraLa otatca. i
'DooeatRaletfh. 90th day of May, in tbe I
lar of our Lord I8G1."; j .- . . '
French Volunteers for the American
The Paris correspondent of the New York
Uundrede of applications bave been made to
Mr. Faulkner, by officers of tbe French army, to
ate States, BOmdine to their opinions of thai
Justice of tbe quarrel. Many ef the applicants
ere or superior rani In tbe rrench army, and
there bas been searcely one unable to exhibit
Breasts and daoorAUOOA, earned In tbe oampatgne
of Afrlos, the Crimea end Italy. . Mr. Faulkner
ha nlMMHrll k.n .h..r. u.
has,of coBrse, replied, whenever tbe offer bas
HmAn BBISkil Ifl ralSaYbffl that he ttaasi Btaa. a. aa. la
ambbmv saa uviBvii) waseem as uesgt UV wVUwUUriwJ
w btttTer to fteocpt tb errctt of foref go vol
imiABee Is li.h.U a tksBi a.aUMUe tv. -
..Tt. , at A. ; Co-rt f d JL. I 11,
Sentsattbe Cowrt or rrsnee, and eerUlnly he
holds Done from the Seceded States. So Constant
and multiplied bave these demsnds become,
that.tha Mlnlataa t ih. II.i.i c... u .
kZu. m.ii.a ai-l-r. i
leogtt been compelled to Issue a drooler, fori
trsnsmisslon to military applicants, in Which
ds states bis insanity to entertain tbelr propo-
... ... .. ... .. . . i. . t r .
sitions, sua ng toss we wiae oiirss on or mill
'j muvauua, wiwguwii u wmtou Dtateo,
and South . would render anv ibrelrn aid
bsneoesssry. Should SO treat a calamity as civil
war harman In tha anonW Tha .n.liMtl...
wsr hsppen In the country. 1 he applications
eootlnue to poor la. Meantime, Mr. Faulkner
ib prvpariog w teas leave oi toe emperor, ano
to return to hie home io Virginia, Immediately
after the arrival of tbe gentleman appointed to
succeed him. '
bsve hUmaUd thst Ferl Sumter was to be
Tas AHat Ettning Journal of Mondsy
contains a guarded statement with reference to
the letter of Judge Campbell te Mr. 8eward,
communicated oy jen- jjavis to the Boutbern
Congress, some days lines, in a special message.
This statement, which must be regarded as giv
ing Mr. Ssward'e views touching tbe affair, Is
not fully explicit, bnt implies tbat the Judge's
reputation for candor end frankness would suf
fer, could tbe real faota concerning tbo Inter
courss between tbe ptrtles be set forth. While
it is not denied that Mr. Sewsrd conversed
freely with Jedge Campbell, or tbat he may
evacuated, Tit Journal saye tbat suoh an Intl-
mattoa was founded on s Koowlscgs of Ueneral
SeoU'e advlee, end was tbe expression of tbe
Seeretary'e profound oenvictloB that tiie-taoytv
mept alluded to wae really to take Tted. iV.
y. TrftBWr Vst 4. " k '
The Army and Navy Contracts.
Very genersl and, we fear, well grounded core
plaints and appreheLsions exist of great eorrup-
tlon and wastefulness in oootracta for our Army .
and Navy We bave beard of several oaaes of
direct Jobbery, and of most improvident trana-
actions, which i will enormously swell the expenses
nf tha war. We wish toaav nothlDS to dltoanr I
. t.iV..i....i.. -ui..w ".I... t.. I.
" -i- " " " .
iseviaens toa. - oi neca eerj yeuuy w
get, even ii nonetny expenuea. now vuniiuc
nrei fcusn oi vuviiusiatui is over, counuence is tu i
u. .i.,.i.,l r,l. h. ..-., i.i. ,im .nH I
correct euiuiueiriiuu ui du.uii. , uur ucuuio i
will bear any burdens, so Ion, as they are seen
to cOLtrlbute tosnccesP, but will bscome restive
and impatient the moment tbey see a large per
q0Ko oi Bu.uB . ,u- . .u, .
oouiuiieoiuua w(ij,'"vi.v" v. .. ......
pbants. The Government should at once look to
this matter, or it may nua hbcu couiprommeu,
end its eflioiency and power greatly weaitcnea
iv. jr. iimn
He is a Gentleman, and Cannet Lie.
n r, fJ0
Major Anderson, of Fo, 8nM
the way from Latrobe to thlsclty. .Alluding
1 ' 1 "m ------ '
.hra nf nt.r hnatneM ataff
' Banner. Mr. L.remsrked that
.-k . . .
" T": Z. VI . " "
..J lh. h:uin. in.M,u,ii.
it anomvd anrnrlalnff tnat noDOOV naa oecn Biuea
....... k.,...i..!n tlm.ilnff Hnnht
1" UU.rit.iui. ...v. .... B I
on the subject. Major Anderson replied that
. , - r .nethins
" " wppw w.
...ll .. . .k. r.ni. km .n.f l In
Por"u"' w w .w., u...
0 the f,0Uhe is a Reutlcmsn, aud cannot lie."
Fort Moultile, aud tbe builditiKs in .Moultrie-
villa Mr- L. nmarked that be understood- or
believed that Gen. Beauregard, in his report,
mikanfiha vintnrv a hloadlcsa. .. Maior An-
derson thought be na so expreeseo uicseii-.
"but" be added, "if General Beauregard eaid
tne victory was Diooaions, l couia nave; no uouut
I the faot lis is a c
their departure, but they will not be allowed to
Tnx Blockade. The following is an cxtrs ct
from a letter bv Lord Lyons to the British
Consul at Mobile, dated May 8.h: "The best I
advice you can give Brltiah ships is to get off
as fast as posiiible without serious locoovenience
Alter the effeotiveblockaJe has been commeno
.SlnceweabdMtlon fif.een daya to take
' .... ,,, k. -m...
"oard after L J! blockade wt. actually
begun. Indeed, according to the rule, or block
",.- ;. v. , ,...,!
-" ' '"I h a" clrco VhTpd
- . r o o . ., ,. -
iiffpntiva liloi kartfl does LOt Dedn-
.,... .nrnn .ntnallv aonears
I port. Th, President's proclamation is
ueciaraiion oi an luteuviuu w wuiuo. .
after tbe oomraeoevmeutof a blockade- But the
'rt TT , A ILnai
AOdDINT Tj An UHIO gi-unTK-tK. Aiuur.
Loumler-. M, thlrtT.two -ears, a member of
Second Ohio Regimentfoll from the top of
this city, and admitted into the Fennylvanls
Hospital. PAiia. Ltdgtr, May 4. '
Bopily PaosTkATioN A Word of Advici
No other msdlciDe has yet been discovered to
equal tbe effect of Holloway's Pills, In tbelr r
,.inaarl nlrf core of all morbid affections of the brain and
r . ... i..
weariness or euervat on of the body: tne one De-
log Intimately allied 1 with the other. The pri-
I a.... flance rf tKisi HIcAHSlik OVltitjl 111 thABtOOl-
acb, and these .medicine, are aspen "7.aP(1
lor purimogiuo uioou, wttvuuj .u "--"p,-
pnenla nf tha iver. strencthenlo the dieestive
..! .7,m. I
I nrVrllll. IS. II IX lul I Kiri IU m "i fc"V"" ' J " I
Sold by .11 Druggists, at !..,.. ,nd $1 per
I ftiriir A nirDTICriVirrMTC
II C WW jiLI W CO I IJCiiilLili I iJ
M rk IVI J n i
i -.xtEEN PEIironMEnSa
. ,m,Dltl lT)t f
I L.Nr.wUAbLulF Aau iHw.mniuuu.
P09ITITEI.Y two storm oatu ;
0T1(i rrv--,,..- !?-.,,;,...
nay 20 th ond 30t.
of Programme Rightly, Coub:t Troape snd
DUPREZ & GREEN'S
OBtOIKAL SEW ORLEANS AND JIETBOPOLITAS
BTJBl.ES QUE OPERA TIIOCPE,
from their latt)exumilrt Sonthero. tour, aad oa their
" Will f Ivt two f rand , ..
At tht shovt Ball, Introdaclog each erenlnf an entirely
new te'tctlon of Acte, teitciea irom tne g emt ot ainio-
I plan Miotueiiy
, , GRAND SERENADE
Iich wn, , frnnt of )h, Hl, p,,OUIto openin.
the doora, by tbe No Orleaua and Metropolitan Iroapt't
Doora ooen it 7 Concert (o C!)ns:encc at a qnarter to
e 0 clock preri.ety. -
ADMlBelur..."". w ceo ii
c n. DUPREZ,
. ; JItntftr and Butinett Agent
maygeait - -
MAPS OF THE WAR 1
TtllB demand httbtaa frett for s reliable mip, ormipi
1 or Our country, firinf an -
THE FORTS, CASTLES, JTIIL1TAIIV
CAMPS, STATIONS, ItllLITAItT
- : AND POST ItOADS '
and deftneet of onr army and thote of the rcbelt. Then
trt to curate, and everybody thoutd btvt one'.
PRICE-t5 eentt. Sent by mill on receipt ot thtt
a liberal dlioount to Dttlcrt.
Tber srelott tht kind ofdoenmnits, ml mott Inter
eating three timet. " RANDALL ft A3I0N.
CANAL LEASE. I
nr bsu an t tu TncnrariRE.
JL menu of iht tct "To provide fur Latin the Public
Workt of the htaie." paeted Kay 8lh, litil. WILLIaM
DENNUON. Ooeernor. KOBBRf W. TAYLKR, Aadl-
tor, and ALfRED P 8T0NH, , Tietiarerol the Biateof
Ohio, hereby alia notice that Ihey will let the fnbllc
Workt of ibe Bta'O, with tbelr appurlecaocet, aa iptclfl
e l la the eaid art. for te term of trn yeart, at Pobllc
aald Publle Werkaennil.t of the Miami and Brie OaiaL
tba ou Cln'-lh WemoodiiK Caeau tbt iioeking Ca-
wtt'trn iteeerre and Maum.e ko.d.and ail tht tide
" feidere, reaervolra, loot houtea, collectoia' ofllote,
we,sh lo0" "T'"' water eonteoedaiih
'be eaae or apportalotng thereto, aod oword by tha Bute
f0, lhe purpose of being od in conn etion therewith,
... .-, T . . . . a. . . t t ..
WllQ I Off Flgni IO DatTSJ siafJIUOnBl lUTpmi WBlr
I 6lld Pabll Woriv wUI 1,4 t0 th p"" or pertom
bo. In cooi.(teratlon nf th tolls fines, water ranu.nrl
""d 'herefrom, thail bid to pay the
blgheit annual rent theiefor. to bo paid in semiannual
pmenta in advance In each year during tba term of the
lu Mobld will be Reeleed unleaa tbt penoo or per.
tont raaklog the aane thtll have Brit depoeiled with iht
Auditor ol Biaie.lo money orlnatockaof tbt Bute of
ni.io oral ihiTniii Ku.n.th.na t..m. ihn.
Idollare, upon tbe eondlUona tbat heor they wlll.ontbelr
P,r, ,L"' n .'It, .7 r v n""10
1 Wnrlia nt lha Bt.ta of Ohio. If tha lama ah all ha trb
itu.&im. id .lo gi . bond w.bi. to
i Btate ot unto in tne Bum or two nunurod Uiouiaod dol
North lart, with Sre or more tuBclent luroiiee to iht ttturae-
Us0 ot e Governor, Auditor snd Trea-urer of Stale,
,ad wabls every two ye.rl, or oftenir, if tbe Oover'
Auditor and Treuurer of Btate ahall think tht
annuel at any timt iotufflcient, conditioned, in proper
forra, that the eaid leaaee or leateet tball perform all iha
eoreoan t ol tall Itueon thairpart tope performed,
tna win ym, an oauagee enuercq vj tne otaio or oy In
dividual!, by reason of hltvrlheir failure to do to; and
In default of eaid leetet or lenctl entering Into aald in
denture of leaie, or glelug tald bond, the depoiit to madt
sa aloraatld tball be absolutely forfeited to and be
eomt tbt property of the Slate. No raliroid company
oan bid, or be lntereeted directly or Indirectly, at leaaet
Or atelgnee, or otherwlte, bf iht leaat. i -
Mo Ud of Itet than tweoly thuuund dollars per aa
nam will bt recalled. The leaae anil bond mutt bt ta
touted and delivered within fire dan after tbe let.
ting , and Ibt term will date from tht approval of the
bond. .-... , , 1 . . .
tbe leetee or letteei thill receive all m&u'rlali provi
ded or contracted for by ibt Statt, and all boata, tcovt,
toola, Implement!, honei, mulct, and other property
now belonging lo and uied by tbe Slate on aald Pnbltt
Workt, at their tppralaed valua, and pay therefor at pro
Vlled In tald tot, .
A bond and leaat la accordance with the lot will bt
l? Auii'L P'l"to'b " lottant, and ail
w v am io uare ooao maoe wiui rer
erenoetoaiilheprovietoneofeaidact, and of tht termt
snd conditions of the bond at,d leaee so prepared ta
W, VBN5IS0W,'t7fHar,nr. '
B. W. TaYI.Bt, Audit '"'
A. Wl BToMU. TkutMiM.
tolitolmi, OU,ICsy 14,1881. - - m.yl:dti,
IOin AsUBIOAN WATCH OOHPAITi of Walt-
, .lbtob)mn ttttnUoB ,r thapubUeto
. ...... . . 1
n,Phu "oommtBsatloit af W.hhaxn
Iwatchei. by tht leadlDt practloal Walobmakaraand Jew-1
,,, tnroUghout ths TJnlttd Biatet. The entire Ibt of
ttmatuiat to It tl -quite BmIobi for publication m one I
: v.. ,
MTerueemem, . . p-,,irr
nUrt tjttwu,ittttdWtutBeTrsd.Mbelnf in the I
... ............ I
blthtit dttrae rMptctMit ma too mstttDiiai. Atweu
eiiaoiiiiuaeuui uar , - n-UM-
( .... in treat varittr
Oompan, s .anufacture, to treat variety
gignttaret from many otilet sal towns not fully
nttBM ,n thI, Ut wll, tpptmr ln , m,
TO IHB PUBLIC
Ths ondertispied, practical Watchmakers and dealers la
Watches, bavlnf bonfht sad sold American Watches fir
number of years put, sad bavlnf dealt tn til kinds of
'" ' Bnen period of time, be, to
,Uu that the, have asvsr dealt la Watches which, .. s
elan. or ln Individual Instances, hsvs been moresatli
the Walth.m Oompta,
h. I. ORITTINBBN.
itmaimM anilnmara. irhathar In Mammtaf
, . ,, W.,. .f a.l.t, ,.lh.m.ltcll.,..t
nnruona. aMnrata eomMBttnonana aainitmtni. or or
r - - - - "
. .. . . . v. .v ... . J I
rn-seeptnp roaviw, uiau uiuao iuanuiaiiaieu vj i
JAMBS J BOSS,
H. JEftKINB CO.,
BEOQS a BMITU.
" 'Z XA '
J. T. A K. H. BDWARD8,
P. J. ALBXANDBn,
JOHN H. MOKBB,
W. II. RIOHUOND,
U. D. KAlSt
A. B. GILLtTT
8. I. LILLISTON,
j, o vu nitan,
J. W. BhOWN,
. H. TOBIN.
BABSI a HOL'MAN.
a. p. boyhton,
WM. H. MAYO,
I, NORTH KY,
A. W. FORD.
J. H. fOX,
It. a D. ROaERBKHU,
0. A. BORR A 00.
K. 8. BTTKNBGIMEB A CO.
WM. B. TAYLOR,
II. R. a U. 0. OARrariTXR,
II0BK1NB m BTANB,
HAIQBI A LIAOU, .
JOHN B. ITES,
WILLIAMS a CO.,
J. A. CLARK.
BLOOD m PuTHAN.
JBNNINU8 BRO S
JOHN J. JBNKINB,
w. ii. Williams, .
L. 0. DUNNING.
OHAS. B WILLARD,
W P. BINUHaM a CO.
CBAS. 0. VRBNOB.
0. A. DICKBNBK,
0. U. BA800M A CO.,
t. m. btanbii.
M. B BMItH
A. B. TAN COTT.
Otwef o, ,
W. A. U1LBS,
Prairie da Oblen, "
II8CKUAN a YOIIE. :,
obo. eruiN, - ,
K. J. LAHCXLLK, -BAM'LOABMSN,
J. J . BLAIR,
OBO. W. McOAtLA,
G. M. ZABN.
B T. HOP. MaN,
J. 0. BANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J 0. SOLON,
0UA8. I.. (IBHIR,
P. M. Bt. CLAI t,
R. At A. PSTERSOH,
BMOCH P. BILLS,
naRY B. JMX.
04H80N It BRANN02),
A. W.-PYLB -SHIPS
V. W. BK1PP,
J at A QaHDNER
J T. BCOTTStCO..
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
I. A. VOOtEK,
I. W. LKINBXOK,
J. W. HONrOOMERY,
BBNJ 1. COOK,
DEXlEft DA8KINS, ,
B D HJDALE, .
A' BERT PITTS, . j
Cham be rata rg,
Bo ran ton,
Pall River, .
J.J BDRNH, OloBoetter,
JE88B8atIin, ' SoJam .
T, M LAMB, . , Weroetttr, "
8. N. BTOBY, . . " . . "
ANORKW WARREN Waltham, "
o.w. pooo. ,
AMOS Ban BORN, ' ' Lowell, "
john Barton, -Lma,
JOHN MoORBOOR, . . IwreBce "
W. St. ROOT. PllUfleld, "
JOHN B. 800TT, . , "
N. MOODY. Greenfield, "
WM. KIBKHAM, Jr.. ' - ' Pprlnefleld, "
L.D. ANTUONYfcCOn - Providence, R.I.
PELBO ARNOLD, M. Greenwich, -
THOMAS 8TBKLB Ac CO.. Harlfard, Conn.
BEUINOWAY AtSrBTENB, " "
WU. BOOBRS At BON,
O.J. M0N80N, KewHartn,
B. hBNJAMIN, "
J.B. KIBBY. ' -
OBOROB BROWN, ..,
B. B. BUNHNOrONfcCO., ! Danbury, ,
B. A. WOODPORD, " '
H. D. HALL.
jinf l. 8Mrrn,
JOHN GORDON, ..
i. 0. BLaCKMAN, ...
JAB.R. AYRBS, - .
L. R. HAN DERSON,
BW Jt CO., . .
W. O. 0. WOODBtJBT,'
ItBUIiEPi Branuatt, ,,
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD GOTB. "
JONATHAN HOSMBR, ' ,
h. W.O00DARO, .
OHAS. . RACOif,
P. M. HARDIBON,
TWOMBL? St SMITH,
M08BS M. SWAN,
J. A MBRRILL , ,.
ROBBRT N. B0D8K,
HBNKY MoKBNNBt, '
J. T. HOW LAND,
TOMPBINB at MORRIS,
O. 0. WILLIAMS.
0. B.JtO L.ROQIRS,
D. B. LCOY,
BRIN8UA1D t niLDBXTB.
0. U. UARDINO, i , , j ,
T. 0. PUINNBT, .'
A. A. MHAD, .
J. U. BATES, i - ;
J.H. MCRDOCK, t
0. 0. 0HILD8, -
0. II. HUNTINGTOB
POBTBROROW, t ' .'
W. K. WALLAOB, .
O. 8 JBNNINOS.
B. OOCKBBLL, . ;
A.N. HALL, ,
We-arbory, . .
. Claremont, .'
. Maabua,. '
Portsmoalh, ( '-
.' Auburn, ."
LewUtao, ... .
fiToribttld, .' ' '
Mew Or leaae,
t Cactioi.-Ai our Watch Is now axtexairely aosatar
fslted by foreign maouiacturen, ws hare te Inform tbe
publle that no watch It of our prodaoUon which Is nnse
eompaaUdra certificate of fenulsonttt, bet rln f the
number of we watch, and stfass by ear tceasursr, B.
I, Bobbins, or by onr predeceeaora, Appltton, Trace at
At thtte witches are for sals by Jewelers feBtrally
thveaghent ths TbIob, the Aaterieaa Watch Ooaipany
A ( t ; . a a :. :i . bobbhtb APPUtotf
VtMu imii tTe. Mb imim. ., ;'
"nAfii, e, At s, e. w. t m,
B0f7 I08T, BOW SUIOKED
.-..,.-!. nn em tuenia fnt
MEM AND BADIO al CURB Of bpkrmatOKEUBA
H.nii Waaknaaa. 8e-r "ebllltr. Ntrvooeneit.lB
ii-.T ii.ku Tmo.tanor. rtaultint from
si ih..'.. i7. , Robt. J. duivtrwtil. M. D7 Sent
-- ,M.loptf , tny addrett.poit
paid, on rtotlpt of two tiampt, by Br. cmas. i.i .
nuint. uonrr, mw mn. fvui .,.
norrATs life fills.
In all oaaea of oMtlTeneet, dyipeptla, Wlllout and liter
affect! on a, piles, rhtomatlna, ftven snd SfBts, obta
natt head achat, and all general deraogemants of health
thtte PUlt have Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A Unfit trial will place the Life PUlt beyond
the teach ofeomptUtloB In tht estimation ef every pa
Dr. If offat't Phamli Bitten will bt found equally tf
Aeaetous In all oaeet ot Btrvoot debility, dyiptptla, bead
tobt.tbt ale kneel meidtnt te feeulct la delicate health,
and every kind of weakness of tht dlftttlve organi.
tor sals by Dr. W. B. MOIFAT, 335, Broadway, V. T.
letter written BV
. . . .
TOIumee IB lUTor OI
The following is an eztiaot from a
the Bev. J. B. Holme, patter ol the
Baptlat Church, Brooklyn, 5. T., to
Metatnftr,n Cincinnati, 0., and ipeaks
that world-reoowntd mediolne, Mm.
Bootbimo Sraor roa .Crildsib Tbbthiboi
"Weeeetn tdvertlement tn your eolumnt of Hat
WwtLOW't Boothiho Bvacr. Now wt ntrer aald a word
In favor of a patent medicine before ln our lire, but we
feel compelled lo lay to your rvadert that tbla It no hum
bay ws Have Taito it, add cow IT to SB all it
clami. It It probably one of tht mott luretiirnl medl
einee of the day. becanoa It it one of tba beat. And tboao
of your readen who bars babies can't do better than
lay ina tuppiy." ocxi:iyaetw
Ths Advertiser, htrlnf been rettored ta health ln s few
weeks by a very tlmple remedy, tfter baring uttered ev
en! years with a severe lunf affection, and that dread
disease, Gonaumptlon Is anxious to maks known to hit
fellow-tnfftrtrt the meant of cure.
To all who detlrt It, he will send t copy of the preterit
tion need (free of charge), with ths directions for prepar
ing and ualnf tha aims, which they will And a sorb Ota
fbr Ooatcaimox, AmntA, BtoacHma, Jto. Tbe only
objtot of the advtrtlter tn sendlnf tbe Prescription Is to
benefit ths sfflleted, and tpread laformatlOB which beoon
eeivet to be Invaluable, snd bs hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, ss It will eott tbem nothlnf, and may
prove a blaaelnf .
jraruee witnin. we preeenpuon wui pic Hrarea
HIV. IliniiUi A. miiBun,
Klntt County, New lurk .
Prom the New It ork Obeenrer l
Atallpartlei Bunnfaeturinf Bewln V tchuet are ob-
Heed io d.t Mr. Howe a lleenat on each machine told.
and are a to compelled to make return! to blm, under
oath, at to tbe number told, bit bookt five aoorreottUta
ment. Prom thtt reliable lource we have obtained tbe
following ttatlstlca. Of the machine! made la the year
1859, there wore told,
. By Wheeler At Wilton Sl.m
" I. M. BlngeratOo lO.OH
Orover It Baker UVMO
Showlns the talei of Wheeler fc Wilton to be dovUa
thote of any other Company." -
Awarded tht hlfbttt premiums at the
United Statet faira of 1858, 18J0 and 1860;
alto at tbe
' Ohio Stale Pairs of 18S9 and ieC8(
and at nearly all the County Pain In tbe Stale.
Onr orieea. at Iht late redaction, art at low at any
I lock tticK machine now told, aod but a trifle hither than
the Interior two thrtaa eurin tWcA wiacAirwi, now
forced npon the market.
Tha WHEELBR St WILSON MAOHIHB mates IBS
I Locb Stich the onlyone which cannot bt raveled. It
te AMKB oa Bora Biota oi tne goods, leering no nag or
AU macMnti vafantta s years, ana mtirvawn
giren ln tbelr ate, free of chine.
n. I, Ol man ., voiuBpne. v.
WM. 8CMNER It CO.,
dec3-Sawd3mtcw6ni Pike't Open Bouts, Cincinnati.
The Celebrated Horse, Cruiser,
I1TIPORTED THIS TEAR PHOU
Boiland.br JOHN 8. BtRXT, will ttssd th t tea-
ion at mt farm of Wm. It, Rar.y, Oroveport, Ohio.
Orulaer la of tht eelebrated Veolaon ttook of Bngland,
and waa tired bv old Veniton, the winner ef tbe Derby
race In 1813. Vtnieon proved bimaelf tbt itoattat horae
of bla day, baring traveled on foot in one year, when
only tune yeara old, nine nunarea mutt, ana run rour
tten r.cet. and one twelve.
C miter waa bred bv Lord Dircbeiler In iSVl: tired by
Ttniion by Partlaan, by Walton, out of Paraeoi ty Pota
teea. bob of Bcllptt. Oralaer'i dam was Red Rover, by
Tramp, ont of Syntazlna, titter to Syntax, tin of Beet
wing, tbe dim of Now Mintter, the moot valuable Stallion
now IB Bnglaod, sod stands at fifty fulneu t!SO).
Thoronthhred marts, Ons Hundred Dollars. A liber-
I si arrangement will bt made with farmers of ths nelgh-
oornooa wiemng to put common orca maret.
UJ Ktaree irom a aittance will be taken care Of. '
may 4 oAwSt
OPENING OF THE OEASON
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S. :
IAOAllf OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
"an entire ntw itock of Osodt la my lint, Jutt pnroh-
I aaed In Mew Torkat tbteheapaet panic ratetli of which
I tball tell tt tbe emalletl proBte, lor uaan. Sly enatom
trt and frknde are reepeetfully invited to tali and exam
ine my Goodt aod Piloea, aa I am determined to aell aa
cheap or cheaper than any other houae In tbe cliyi aod
aa I do my own Cutting, and tuptrinteod my owa bail-
note, i feel aeeurea,irom my lonf expenenee laBati
neu, lo f Ivt general eatltfactton. Tbe finett of work-
in are employed, and all work dene sirtotly to time aod
Ion abort notloe, and warranted to fit. Btrangert vltlUng
our elty would omtnlt thair Interett by firing me a call
before purchaainf elit where. . Ro8H,
marcbW-dly Cor. High and Toamitt.
I Watches I Siamondi!! Silver Ware U I
I A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF GOLD
1 1TL and Bllrer Watches, In great variety.
I aa Agint for tbe Aasaieaa Wavob Co , and can
sail tbete excellent Watcbu at manufacturera' piloei,
either Wholeeale or Betail.
Comt and obooat from my beautiful dltplay of Dia
monds and other rtoh Jewtliy. Btylea new pricet low,
. At to Silver Wart of tterllnf quality, I can abow new
pattern!, very handeome
ailver Plated Ware, Tea getta, TJrnt, Wallers, Castors,
Beaueu, Plubtrt, Oobleta, Knlree, Porks, Spoons, Ate.
' Tbaa I hares tuppiy of fins Tabls Cutlery, Poctol
Kolvee, Baton, ao., and many Pancy Oooda eucb as
are deelred for preeeota at tucb pricee at art aa Induce
meal te tht purohaaen WM. BLTmN,
Mo, 10 Buckeye Blook,
mtrSl North tide Btate Houm tuaare.
THE UNION FOIUS VEn I
TT1IIOJI EftVfiLOPEw-A BAJBlf OF
U Seelgnt, at e,00 pet 1,000.
. . TOI05 LETTEB AJTD WOT fiPIS,
st half ths price oharg ed by tmall dealers. .
ITT HI AD QUART RS-Mo. W "eBth High street.
Co1ttilms,May8,ie01. w. . J.U.RILST.
- . r -
Ge if t itK hi e rt , rviuviBniifo
GOODS, ' '
Novelties la Nook lies snd Boaifl. -''r i
, a - " Byron and tttrrote Collart. '
' " Embroidered Pocket KaadkVKablcfl
v Parts Kid Olovet, superior make. . -
Goktan Hill Bhlrts, vartoos ttylee. -
Boyi' Ooldtn Hill Shlrta, do r
Driving ind Btreet aiorta, do
Hemmed Pooket Bandkercklen, varloui ttyles
Hair note sad Under Cements, H
BAIN ea BOiV,
aprllS No. CT South Hl(b street.
STtSNC OHITTBNOBrf. . . . BINRT T. CHITTBWPIW
8a & H. Ta CHITTENDEN,
ATTORSBIB AT L AW.
TIT Offices, 898 Broadway HtW Tork Ity, and
Peoef Boiuiikw, Columbut, Ohio. ,
XETCtreful atUnUon paid to uoiieouont.
OPHINO Cl-OAitfcai iv iv uatitiKEti
il aiaur yTVI nil AtatlBl tfc III. No., at H BoBth
ti i.h ...t. hare iua t opened atw ttvlet of ClotB Oib-
cetAas. Bawidiiiu and BACvjott, aaade in tht ntweet and
moat stylliO aaaaaar. nw, Hr;" , .
Hiavcat aiilkiae very heat, dealguad expreeely fee
UtatllMaa4irSliBSS. - .. . aprll