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WEDNE3DAy"MQaWlN0,'MAy 9. X861.
The Secession Humbug.
.! lt; Oil!' I HI' M 0-H
w. .koliMd Statsst but no State Jm
a.dYor eaft constitutionally seeee freffl the
Union. 'When wtttv KUufioiiKj,e mn
htieoMloiilli.BOkJ,nthotied. ltbe by tie
Federal Coaptation or tho Qonttituuea of toj
St.t. wairiw a:.-l.:l i'-ttm rv,M :
State. , f it , .. r , . . rr1 1. .''i
The advocates bf gecesalbn 86 not pretend to
fiad an warrant for U is tb Federal Cpnttita
(ion. Tnev, ttiereiort.iaii oacs. pw -b
... .. .it ..M.l,MrT.l"rier-
woion are5.n,oa .oarcu., - J
d to the btates or to we poop... . -
ward, thev rclr DO
U nd. and claim on tMs lo bate the right 01
the people of anj Bute to "Seolaxej. tbemselvee
oat of the Union. ''o : -f r n :-' r
4 Taking Bp this assumption let tie follow Uio
' Its' logical an4 pb'TlouinKttuen6ee.,''1The
overelgutv of every Slats, la ewrjooiea n.
..n be ertroieed only through Itl ConetituUoa.
To attenipVto exerolw h toterelgnty egelnat
or beyond the State Constitution, ta lubrert
both that CoMtitutfon .nnawfij W!
mnt bf oervertlM each from the end for which
it wae inailtuted. namely; the protection of the
righu.'of Uthe people-rthese of the minority
ae welle those of the majority. Te exeroUe
of aooha pretended lorereignty, by whomaoerer
or wheresoever 'nude, revolution It ie trea-
oa to the State. Government, j .
r.rt.in Rtii araaald tobevepwied .Ordl
Of Secession, and that by vlrtne of iheae
nance
Ordinances, those States are no longer members
of the Federal Union. . It i. assorted that the
neople of thoie States ar absolved from all
alleifUnce' 'ir the Federal Government.' But
such Ordinances .'pr Acta of Secession 'are 'no
more auihorized by Stile Constitutions than by
that of the United States. If they have ab
solved the people of any Stte from allegiance
to the Federal Government, they are ; also
equally absolved from allegiance to the Slate
Government.''
The Secession Ordinances have been, passed
by ConreouoM oalled by dtate Legislatures. Bat
no Sum Legislature had or has the ooosttw
call such a Convention;' la
r.r. knU where sach stens bave been taken,
it was an act wholly ananiherised and void' by
the fcodaointal latof that State '' The Leg
islature . i( a S ale can no more legally, and
conaiiluiiooallv oli a Convention tot determin
inc whether it shall remain in or go out of the
Union, than it cm itseir legUlate the State out
of the Pnioa. In makes no difference whether
an Ordiaiuoe of Seoessiou is pasted by a Stale
Con veo vion or a State Legislature, or whether
it is ratified by a vote of the people of not " It
' Is equally as void and uncwstitutlonal with, as
without these adjuncts. :.'('-., v j
The CoDsiltotioc of eaeh8tat has provided
a mode by 'which it can be amended or altered,
or a new one .substituted In its place., vTo at
tempt So change or subvert It in ' any other way
than it has itself pointed ont, Is to rebel against
the sovereignty of the StaterA ; msjorlty bf
the people have no authority to do any acts af
fecting the Government of the Bute, except
those which 'the Constitution has prescribed.
There is or mode prescribed in, the Constitu
tion of any one-of the thirty-lour State of this
Union, by, which such State can; By a Conven
tlonity Its tegisWure.by a vote of Its people,
or la any Other way, .declare ils federal connec
tion with its sister States at an end. 'The makv
log and the 'carrying oat' of sueh declaration by
overt acts is .rebcllisn tnd treason against the!
C institution aad sovereignty of a State, mm well
as against the Constitution and supremacy of
the United States. ';.? ' ,'- '
If it be true, as the Secessionists claim, that
the so-called seceded States are out of the
Union, it is certain that there are no State Gov.
ercments constitutionally within the territories
of those States. If Secessionhas revolutionised
or overturned the one, it has overturned the oth
er alia. Both are destroyed or neither: ; The
people are reduced to a state of lawless anarchy,
obligation to obev Federal of
State laws, or both these are In tt full force rcr
all the States tt this moment as they ever were.
The time, we apprehend," it rapidly drawlpg
near, when .thousands of Southern men who
have been deluded by the (pecions sophistry
of the Disunioniata, will .nee the transparent
folly of the Secession Humbug, and repudiate
it. Let the Union menrtherefore, take cour
age, and aU future developments with nrm
neas, and jet with patience tnd hope. J.
The Rebel Troops in Virginia.
The New York Hld of Monday estimates
the number of troops in Virginia (taking the
reports of the SeceesionUts) at 93,000 men, but
that paper assumes that the aumber is over
estimated, and that 60,000 s about the actual
number. . These troops "are irregularly dispos
ed, as of two aidet of a right angled triangle
the base extending' along the James River and
its parallels, from Norfolk westwafdlyi'up in
the Interior tome twonundred mile, to Lyhch-
bnrc n irreeular .line- some btndred . and
fifty Tnilet' north wardlyi to ' Harper's Ferry.
The other Bide or perpendicular to wit, the
" Chesapeake bay and its, tributaries, Is occupied
by the armlet and naval foroes of the .United
States."" Beginning with &e base line at Nor
folk and goiug'rbund to Harper's Ferryi It lp
pears that the Rebel roe . are, (according to
the lit fid) thus distributed: .:;o;j,fl.-. '
f -Ulk ,- IX:I J J'-.' ISl'l ,J.T,1 1 i, jgf
nvhiv't :l1ii Bnmerooi stratetle etIUMS'
' hnmdiaoly arawad ltifc .rt.10,000
niri,r up. lome twentj nllM. on Itmn Blnr.,, 1.000
Sfr b ontltu of ih J ott and Bappahaiwek... 7100
At Ptnhcrg aod Barkavflle... ft J.OWJ
At Rl.kmnnfl ....... .mam. ..... ......... B.M'O
tt LTDChnarg . ...8S,OuO
n 1 ..n. Chavl.taawtlla. attnntiia tid
l.nln.lon....;. .... eOM
At Vidli!liibor...-....w..'i..".i' fr80S
At0opiprOortHi)O..w..p-... "J
At Ltbmg ..,........... $
At Htrpcr' Ferry tnd Point of ltoeteoewJJ WW
Xotstl weeeeee.tewf 63.000
At what point these troops are to be coaeen
trated to resist the forces of the United States,
must be at, thia time a matter of conjecture; and
in forming an opinion it, may bf of service to
know that Jamaica: Pa vie ie to command at
Richmond, 3 en." JomisTOi,''a.t Harpefs Ferry,
and Gen. Bsot04ao, at .Norfklk;,.,, Bi '
We may expeet some- severe enxagmenta ia
VirKlnla.' Bat Gen. 6tOTt has bit plane well
laid, he has the men, the material, the fadllltlte
and all the sinews ef, war, and the result ota
not, we think, be doubtfuL And if the Federal
troops are successful io the first confllcU In Vir
ginia, thit rebellion may be regarded as pretty
well crushed out. The public will look with
Intense ktitiy' to the scene of conflict, 'and It
wilt cot be'Ipcg before we shall have tews of aft
important character from the .field o( action-.,
0"Col. RoBtRT AwrJttsosr comm'eaotd K ut
tering the three jcarj', volunteers into the Mr
vloe st Camp Dcanlsori, yesterdty." ' 1 '"
The Rebel Troops in Virginia. The Reason Why the "Irrepessibles"
do not volunteer.
.The rait AibUbula fJit.cpnUln an artl
ole whlua rtvoald the reason tray the real "If
reoreMtblet." the men who, by their fanatical
dootrlnei In the free State nave(urniBuer the
fuel for the nra-eatlng demagogue of the
- - ... ....... a ' 1 . Jtl 1 ! 1 .
Booth, ana tout kinaiea me ntane ty ."
in our eonntry, do not enter our volunteer army
and go forth to defend the yawn end me con-iatuUonfcWTId,
uwww uvei
l,"the' enforcemfcit of foe
Laws ' .The Administration 0". tbne far, left
no rom todonbt as to --1U -intention. It haa
shown op'dealre to make war bn slavery, but, An
theoonVerytbae epprobatedrln, the moat em
phatlo aanner, the oondaot of, $otliil, Sum
mir end others, In oatee where slave- property
and elave Insurrection were 'Involved. Such
eommendable conduct on , the , part , of ' oar
"rulere" does noteatUfy the f'irreprailble."
These 'ho. eorpellert" w.nt this to
Be war
, JnA, ; ..01M, ..w 'for the .
ttnotlon of slavery, and without tt be carried on
for that purpose, they will have -nothing to do
with it whatever.',
..Hinnllv for our character aa a nation, tne
I ' V m i
en who have taken op arms do not sympa-
ihlce with the ' John Baowa, higher law men.
They go forth to sustain the Union, protect the
Constitution, and aid la the enforcement of the
Lewi.' They demand that the constitutional au
tborltlet tnd the rights of the tltiten shall be
reipeoted end upheld,, In ,every State lii the
Federal Unloaj and tasy have no pro slavery
or anil slavery reservation in their action. rAf
ter Jaw tnd order are teitdred , and peaoe returns
aeain, the great Uaion element In the free States
will turn round and utterly demolish and drive
from publlo consideration and retpeot the "lire
oresslble" faqatlos, who have done so much
bring on our present naUonal troubles, and the
union men oi tne oouui, woo wm in we pro-
greet of events rise Into the ascendency, will
deal the same way With, the fire eating polltl
elans la tbelr teotion of the Confederacy.. By
this process, and the ntter repudiation of these
agitators, Korth and Booth i the Union will
thoroughly , restored, and peace, concord and
harmony prevail in all portions and seotioni
our beloved country. The following is the ar
tide from the Sentintl to whloh we hard refer-
ence:
. la It Mseible that our Rulers hare not vet
learned wUdom 7 Is it possible they eve not
yet learned what slaver is in this country 7
this war for toe purpose of establishing the
American ensign on a few stone walls In the
South, where now floats the flat of secession 7
Then is the war a failure in aU but the life and
tonev sacrificed." You will meer conquer that
people until yon remove hat for which they
firht elaverv Ha via.. Yon mav take the
farts, and starve many to death, but so long
yon tend back those slaves who flee to your
standard for liberty, and put down uprisings
among the slaves, you will never exercise Gov
ernmental authority over the South. -iAud
then, 0, Rulers, there is a God in the
unlveree therw ie jusUct! Can you not see
tbist i You unlurl jour banner to the breeie.
and ear. 'Ho arms, for-libertvl" and vet jou
send back to slavery those who fly lo you for
liberty! What Injustice! what hypocrisy! Have
we not done wttn mis tnicg veu it seems not.
The Government means w have a fair, man to
man fightto whip the South according to the
rules of modern warfare:' to compel allegiance
and keep slavery. " ' You' will fail. l
; Thonstnds of out' people wilt bite the dust
who would not If 'our rulers could now see what
ihev 'will elx months hence. 1 But tbev canoot
see it, and verbaps it is meet that they should
not.'' The North Is terribly guilty in this mat
ter of slavery, and we mast suffer the penalty-t
there is no forgiveness.' uoa, tne Age, tne
Nineteenth ceotory, will tot let you cooqssr
that people with slavery. V And when we bate
"paid the uttermost farthing" for our complicity
la tmi great crime, tnea our evce, uow noiuen
wilt be opered: tnd wbtn we come to feel that
liberty for the white meant liberty for the blaoa-l
man, tnen will victory percn open our awoaara,
and not before.-
Crawford County.
f
'.Tht Democracy pf Crawford county, through
tbelr Central Committee, have designated the
29th of June, 1861, at the day for the primary
meetings of tht party, to nominate candidates
for the various offices to ,bV supported tt
October election.. The Central Committee ac
company their notice with a vigorous and able
address to the Democracy of the county j "
Proclamation of Gen. Sanford to the
People of Fairfax County, Va.
WASHINGTON, May 26.
Conies of the following proclamation,
Msj-Gen. Stnford, of the New York State
militia, in the service' of .the United. States,
have been extensively-circulated in Fairfax
county to day: -: ; f '
HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTM'T OF FAIRFAX, VA.,
ARLINGTON HOUSE, May 25, 1861.
Fairfax county being oooepled by the troops
under my command, I d sem it proper to repett
publicly the assurances I hart personally' given
to manv of the food citixcas about me, that
its Inhabitants may return to or remain in their
homes, and cur sua tber usual eeoifio occupations
in pesos and .confidence, and with the assured
protection to' their persons and property, as
United States loroea in Virginia wuioe employ-,
td for no other purpose) than that of suppress
Ins- nclawinl combinations aeaiott the conatitu
ted authorities of the Uoleu, and of canting
laws thereof j be duly respected and executed.
. . Tt I 1 .
ARLINGTON HOUSE, May 25, 1861. Mai. Gen. CHARLES H. SANFORD,
GEORGE W. WORELL, Division Inspector.
,
i-The grand lory "hat made a prentment
avalnst Andrew J- Hacklev, who bat the con
tract for sweeping the streets of this city,'
who hat shamefully neglected to do what it
hie dutv to do. and what ha is overpaid for
doing. The document which we print IrJ
law column recites tbe facts, which were
some time tgo n Tk Wirld, '- regarding
tbe Illegal and surreptitious manner in w
the contract was awarded to Hack ley, and
consideration" which secured . Its, passage
tbe Common Council. ' It tiso details tt leogtu
to the eve. the facte which nave assails tbe two
trllt tnd other offended tenses of everybody
tht street tnd bv-wayt of tbe city for tbe
month. - Tbe grand inquest submit that it it
duty of the bontroller.to refuse payments wbioh
are due Only upon the "true end faithful" per
formaoca" of the contract, Tee- wopermteno'
ent of sanitary Inspection certifies, truly
fahelv. to ihia Performance. Let the grand
jury tooch that point sharply i' They stigmatise
tne loemciency oi tne street inspectors, wnoee
only activity is In bleeding the city, and whose
inactioa helps its streets to oreea pestnenoe,
and end with a request that the corporation
ennnoll take letral broceedlnes to relieve -the
city from the borden of the Hackley contract.-
Criiut MoDowcll. It mav be interestioa
to tome of tbw readers of tbe Jovrual to know
that Geo era! MoDowelL who is now ip com
mand of tbe advaacs eolomn of tne untied
Statasj force, which recently took possession
Arlington Heights, near Washington, under ders
of General 8cott, ie a native of Columbus.
He Ie a son of the late Col. Abraham McDowell,
one of the early settlers ef thit place, i
was edecated at West Polutnd immediately
laved the army ta the 1st Regiment of U.
Artillery, sad hat been nointerrtptedly eon
qected wiihv the-service sboS, twtnty-tbree
years, being now about forty-three y cart of age
fn the ' Mexlotw -earn pal n r he was - aid
Gen. Wool," ed dbttoratahtd himself Id ,.
battle of Boeoa Vata Boon after ihs close
the MexioaO warr he was attached ,to ttbe
staff ' of urn. Beettv wn4 eagre confidence
and high regard 's an Offloer. aad ecom-
nllshed rrntiemsn, ne pootes. vKiiomotir
may be proud te) see eue-ef her vboys". bn
honored lh th srvloeuvKlita cnntryir-HAi
Sink jMmuA. rt ,t-vs 'to -t!u Jeiuet
Howell Cobb the Traitor—What He
Howell Cobb the Traitor—What He has to Say.
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On the (3d of May, Howili Cobb, President
ot the; Montgomery Congress, arrived at At
lanta, Georgia, on bis way borne froa Mont
gomery He was called out at bit hotel, and
spoka at follows: ( " .. " C . .
' Fellott Cithtni: I feel that. I cannot com-
ntnsate vou for the trouble you have taken to
oall me out, Tou,as citizens of Atlanta, know that
there has been no Instance of my being called
upon by you, In whloh I failed to rfspond, unless
tor tne very gooa reasou iui i man nmimy w
mi! and this evening I must offer this excuse
for failing to taaress you at leogio. i presume
that a curiOBitv to Know wnat we nave neen ao-
Ins In the Congress recently assembled at
Montgomery, nas inuucea you tp maxe mis can
upon me. .
wi nave maao au me.neoessarv arrange
aienta to meet the present crisis. - Last nibt
we adiourced to meet In Riohmond on the 20th
of July. I will tell yon why we did thit. The
'Old Dominion," as you know, has at lsst
shaken off the bonds of Lincoln, and joined
her noble Southern sisters. Her soil is to be
the battle-ground, and her streams are to be
dyed with Southern blood. We felt that her
cause was our osuse, and that if she fell we
wanted to die by her. Cheers. We bare
sent onr soldiers onto the posts of danger, and
we wanted to be there to aid and counsel our
brave "boys." ' In the progress of the war fur
ther legislation way be necessary, and we will
be there,that when the hour of danger comes,
we may lay aside tne robes ot jegtttiation,
buckle on the armor of the soldier, and do bat
tle beside the brave ones who have volunteered
lor the defence of our beloved South. '. Loud
Obeers. ' ' ;l ' " '
j The people are' coming up gaiianuy to me
work- ' When the call was made for twelve
month! volunteers, thousands were offered; but
when it was changed to the full term of the war,
limirrs inessitd.' The anxiety among our
eitiseoe is not as to who shall 50 to the wars,
but teas hall eioy of home? No man In the
whole Confederate States the array haired sire
down to the beardless yonth in whose veins
web one drop of Southern' blood, fesred to plant
his foot upon- Virginia's soil, and die fightiBg
for onr rights. '
In Congress, the other day, I told them that
If no oiner arm was raised to detenu Virginia,
noble old Georgia! proud in her love of inde
pendence ouid rise up to a man, and crossing
to the southernmost bound of Abolitionism,
would ssy to Llooolo and hie myrmidons, "Thus
f. trmiln t akitlft thnn nomA tint a frtkrr!n
Tremendous applause) This good old Com
00 wealth solitary and alone, if need be
will finbt until she sees the last foul invader in
bis crave! And I know, fallow-citizens, that
there Is no loyal too of Georgia before me,
whose heart doee cot beat a warm response
this nledce. Cries or, "We will ! we will!"
. But we not only need soldiers, we must have
treasure to carry on Wis war.' fnvate oootrt
buttons have been offered to a vast amount.
will mention an 'instance which occurred on the
Missiseionla few-dare ago. An seed man
whose srav haire and tottering limbs forbade
bis entering the ranks, tnd whose children of
the first and second generations ' were in the
ranks of his country's defenders was asked
how much be would eive to carry on tne war.
The spirit of the old man rose up in bim
"Tell tbem," he said, "that my yearly crop
1,000 bales of cotton they may have. Only give
me enough to sustain me, and let the balance
go to my country!'? Offers of this sort oeme
pouring in upon the Government from all parts
Of tbe eoui4ry. : ... 1. . ..
- But the Government does not require contrl
butione from individuals: the has the means
witbin herself of sostainicg this war. Nj do
nations are necessary, except for the equipment
of your own volunteers, and those you can and
will provide lor. - But 1 tell you wnat you may
do. Those of yon who raise large crops of cot
ton, when jour cotton is ready tor market, give
it to your Government at its market value, re
ceive in return its bonds, and let It sell your pro
duce to Europe for . the specie to sustain our
brave "boys" in Virginia; -..This wss agreed on
at Montgomery, and; we promised to throw ont
the -suggestion, that' the people might think
about U- ',' ;- .(.' :!,' j' : 9i
; I raise some - cotton, ::and everytnlng above
my neoewary expenses my Government - shall
have. .When thia waa ptopoMd in Consreaa,
gentleman from Mississippi rose up and eaid
that he did not raise oottoot it was bis misfor
tnne not to be able to flelp nie connirj in tnai
manners ."Bat, ".said he; "I will go.home, and
canvatt my section, and every man that IJmeet,
who raises cotton, sugsr and rice, i will persuade
film tA ajill Ik tn kta ,nfftHim.nk.S -. . ,
But thit patriotism is not confined to the
men; the women, with warm hearts and busy
fingers, are helping the soldiers. I will give
vou an instanoe that happened at Montgomery.
A message was received on fnaay evening tnat
a thousand ttnd-btgt were wanted, wun whioh
to build batteries to protect our. men at fensa-
cole; : Wbtt could be done? Some one suggest
ed tbtt tbe ladlea be made acquainted with our
wanta. - It was done on Saturday morning.
Mondav evenine 1 received', notice to attend
meeting to be held at 5 o'clook ln,the Methodist
church. - Between the reception of the message
and five o'olock that evening, tbe .money had
been.raised, the cloth purchased, and the lovely
women of tbat cltv. with tbeir own - delioate
bauds, at tbeir homes and in the sanctuary
the livlnc .God. ware making bags; tod
Tuesdtv I taw the eaod-baca start for Pensa
cola, to protect our brave soldiers! Cheers,
Talk about stojacattaj nsl , Why, we might
lay aalde the men, , and all Aboiiuondom
esuldVt run down tht women even , (Prolonged
applause,, v.r h)3 ,v .. l!
They say at tbe North tbat we are alarmed.
What eaaee have we to be so? .When the Con
grest assembled at Montgomery there were only
si States represented. -Now-there are nine,
and every breete tbat comes from Tennessee
bears nt newt that her people are rising
unanimously tgtintt tbe usurpations of Lincoln,
North Carolina the State of my parentage,
I love her with a love next to my native State
she, too, is aroused, and her Convention
unanimously adopted tbe ordinance of secession
and these States will soon shine as bright stars
Incur gtltxy. With tuoh aids at these,
with so many brave hearts in our land, we
nntr s esaeuercd; ,i ,. . , .i.
1 1 have spoken enthusiastically, but pardon
mtv, I can lay nothing more-,, Cries of
on!" -Yon will excuse me,- as I have
speaking at every town on the read, and
quiieboarse.ji
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What Mrs. Davis has to Say About It.
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. The following letter from Mrs. Jefferson
vit was1 written in acknowledgment of the
celpof a beautiful work-box) manuftbtured
presented to her, by several young ladies .
.Richmaadf vd ) oi itiA i-ft
' '''' MoliT06iT, AW.,f April 89,1861."
- Hf'Dtat Young Larfirs: Permit toe, before
thankicg you for yoar kind present tnd wishes
for my husband's welfare, to coogrataiah, -yoa
upon the secession of Virginia the birth place
or my mother, ss wen as yonrs.
- The elder and honored sister of tbe 8oatherB
States it received with tesrlnl joy a moo
and manv hands will fasten' start with Which
to mark this brilliant accession to our gel
ax-' t'-i ' - - ' - -" fc1- Jti ;.'...!.
1 Tbe fjoesessioti of a work-box manufactured
bf little Southern girls, to Industrious, so enthu
siastic, and sopatriotlo, will be much priced
me, and I will leave it to my daughter,"
the note which precedes Jt, 'as 'a preoloas
legacy. ''- ' .. -.i ... .-n' i a ,im-'
Long : tre! joo - rech . the 'resjOnelbility
of a useful womanhood, mav we have nolted
peace to Independence la our Southern Coofed
ertcy.'" " ' ? i i-'u .nJi
i Wishlog you, my dear young friends, a lobg,
a happy life, I have tbe honor to be, L'; 1
i Very tratefully and slocerely"
VARINA DAVIS.
the Southern
Regret their Disloyalty.
WASHINGTON, May 26.
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' It is stated that General Lee, tbe Commander-in-Chief
of tbe Virginia forces, Las written
several effloers in tbe .United Slates Army
whose loyalty bad bsen wavering, counselling
them not te resign tbelr commissions. . It.
pears that the pflioers who are serving, in
army of the Southern .Confederacy are unable
to geta osatof tbeir pay, and those who bare
ramiliat depmdicg upon them are consequently
red used to a siate of Jbs greatest, distress
auxietj, ,VVbat ludt oonBrnaion V this jru
mar .it the, (act that, Ue Navy afdjWar ie
nutmanta hava bad onaiarous aDDlicationi'
retatttmnti'PB offloert jrhotd, rslgni;e
The Funeral Service aver the Remains
of Col. Ellsworth at the
White House.
to
I
of
1
The Waslilnptnn
Prtu, thus dec'lbes the funeral,. ierviee.Qiw-j
the remains of Col. EllswortVrat the White
I was nreaenltiil moraloB' aUbe White House J
when the popUlncei thoptanda numbe,caina
to pay their -respects W-lUe memory Of the4a-v
mented Ellsworth, whose mangled remains were
laid out In-state, by dlroetioa of the President,
in the large Uaet room. 1 ne tnrong was so
great, and the pressure so fearful for aeveral
hours, that the utmost difficult was experienced
In obtaining a Bight of -the pallia oountenance 01
the herolo young martyr, ne loonea ten years
older than he was when he was killed. The
fine, handsome features were waxeo tnd fixed.
There waa an exnresslon of unutterable pain on
his brow, ts if the traitor's ball had chilled his
ardent aspiration in a momenta and tunned til
his voune blood into ice. Flowers; covered his
oofllu, and his Zouave uniform wae exposed lo
view. Many aVihoee tear fas dropped upon the
glass that covered but did bot oonoetl his face.
His own gallant, men, tnd Ihejpldiejrs, regular
and volunteer, of the other regiments still among
us. th"e ladles of the- oity, our bldesti'rstl-
dents, the officers of the various Departments
of the Government, "the old,' the young, the
m&tronnd the. maid," came in crowds to take
a last fond look at one who bad tueo in tne great-.
est cause that ever aroused the patriotism or
united the energies of a great- people. ABoOf
13 0 clock, the President and Mrs. Lincoln, me
members of the Cabinet tnd tbelr ladies, Lieu
tenant General Scott and bis aids, with Ktv,
Smith Pvne. of the Episcopal Church, accom
panied bv a nnmber-ior-nlerermeni nereo;tne
East room, and in a short lime the funeral ser
vices commenced The splendid ritual of the
Church of England, adapted to the United States,
was read by Mr Pyne, with great distinctness
and solemnity, tnd as followed by a brief, im
nreselve sermon from that olerrvmao. After
this, the corpse was borne on the shoulders of
the Zmaves to the bearse outetde, ana louoeea
by a vast concourse of mourning friends to the
depot, from which they wee eopveyed by the
express train to New York. vti
. Wbilsguzlug upon the, scene, and listening
to tne religious services over me oier 01 poor
Ellsworth, in the East room of the White House,
manv peculiar reflections suKRested themselves,
The most interesting figure of the group was
Gen. Scott. . He was dressed in the full uni
form ot his high position, and. entered leaning
upon the arm his aid, and partially supporting
his noble, stalwart form with his cane, which
be carried in his left band. ' His severe, reso
lute face: bis erand militarv air: the long and
luquirlng look he bestowed upon the corpse; hie
distinot responses to tne prayers or tne unuroo,
and the eater attention he eave to the sermon
were all strangely significant.' Before him lay
the dead body of one, almost a boy in years,
who bad died for bis "country; around him
were gatheied the great ones of the land.'
Therd waa the President, still a voooe mtnt
on hie right the-Secretary of War,1 not
yet tlxty, and in the prime of health; lean
ing over the bck of General Scott's chair
the premier, Mr. Seward, looking almost
youthful at bis side; and around bim such
well known chamoions of the fltar as- Commo
dore Puoldlog, of theuvj, General M incfluld,
of the army, Colonel Fruk Pat erson, of the
Pennsylvania volunteer, Colonel Farnham, the
uccessor of Ellsworth in- the cdmrnaod of the
Zjuaves, Colonel Trior, of the Connecticut re
gimeot; and among the civilians, thai splendid
specimen of statesman, N. P. Banks, of Mas-,
tacbueelts, 8enator Sumner,Senator Cowan, and
Hon W.D Keliey,of Pennsylvanla.and a orowd
of ethers, moat ot them in the vigor of health.
And yet upon the aged shoulders of this one
man what an empire rests! How important
our whole country that bis lease of 111 should
be prolonged! .As the clergyman prayed, tnd
preached for the country, for victory, for the
right, for strength and virtue In our rulers, tnd
implored God so to govern that no one act -f
crime, like; that of Sumter, or the Baltimore
bloodshed, or the Ellsworth assaasioation,ebould
dlrgraceour cause, the. battle-scarred veteran
raised his gray bead, and teemed to feel that
"all is well." and1 that the end -would be
glorious as the most earnest pattlpt could de
sire. ... .ii,VX
onr, esDondent bf roanira1
[From the Louisville Journal of Monday]
[From the Louisville Journal of Monday] Woodland Race Course--Last Day.
a
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ii
np
and
has
and
can
"Go
been
am
It,
Da
re
and
of
bs,
:
by
with
The ereat race of (he week three mile heats.
best two in three, for a porse'of 800 was con
tested by foor animals, and resulted in prodec-
log tbe fastest time ever made in this eonntry..
Tbe contestants were Molly Jackson, the win
nerof the Tifftny Vase, Colton, Bet tie Ward,
and Bnerroa, au animals ia wooae speea. ana
bottom much confidcace was felt. '.'All t&eauir
mala were known or. thought to be in tiptop
condition, tnd betting was lively tnd high.
Thousand tnd twelve hundred dollar pools at the
odds of about $100 on Molly Jackson, to $125
on tbe field, were guite numerously told on tbe
evening before tbe raee. Considerable money
was wagerea-. Deiorc toe rate, oa-, -toe course.
that there would be no broken heats.
first Heat. With a good start, the antm'sie
started Off at an easy gait, Colton1 having tbe
inside. The first mile was mo' very slowly
all. being held in tightly. Bottle " Werd bsmg
disposed to make a bolt of It, and they did
come down to the work until at the end -of the
second mile, when the paoe began to, be vial
bly increased, and tbe remaining milt was
at a daemng rate. . uut at tms rapid rate Molly
Jackson wtt evidently at tome, and came
i : .u :.. R.or.,
Pools were told tt the end of this beat tt the
odds of , fiveend even eightjo one onJMolJjM
Vtcitson Bgikiost toe nem-
Second tital This beat was run ia the most
beautiful style. They -got off together
from the start ran tt t good gait la a buooh
the firtt two miles. . 'At no hma did tbe animals
separate, Colton, Sherred, and Bettie Ward
running abreast, and Molly Jackson close
their rear in what appeared to be a tight place
But on the last half mile Colton and Bettie
behind and Molly oloaed np almost abreast
wttb Bnerroa tnd toot they came down'ttie
borne stretch and to tbe string, Bherrod half
length ahead, amid the snouts 0t tbe excited
multitude the heat being Bherrod'l in 6:34
i Tbe excitement was now intense, and hedging
was tbe order ol the hour.! Molly Jackson
found to be in poor condition. , An attempt
made to draw her, bat failed, and it was under
stood that her owner offered $500 for the prlvl
leee, but the judges decided she.
.muBt finish
race-- Bherrod now became: the favorite;
was wtgertd tgtlnst the field tt odds of tbout
twotoone. . ' QbX U
Third feof When -the anlmtlt came to
llbe, the condition of- Moll Jackson was aooar
eniiy hopeless. i After several false starts,
ibey went Molly laboring lntbe rear, Sberrod
ansl Colton taking the lead, and keeping It
rapid pace for. the first, miro n-They passed
string lapping, with Molly Jackson . third,
Bettia Ward in tibe rear.. During tbeieooad
mile, .Molly Jackson made one of a trip In
bunch, and her blood began to be roused. T3et
tie Ward had fallen thirty yards In the rear,
and at the end of the second mite, left the
with Molly Jackson In the lead, ' tnd til weary
tnd nearly exhausted. Away they went for
last heat.' Colton give ' way and Bettie Ward
f lasted ber. Sherrod hd Morty Jteksoa again
apped, and .came down,j -the stretch, abreast
When within , filly yards of the string, Molly
Jackson, with a few tremendous leaps, took
lead tnd ctme in only a bead tbe winner, in
unparalleled time of 6:2S3ithe fastest time
I a three mile ract ever known in thit country.
SUMMARY.
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Three-mllo heats, for all afres....i...'.J..i..l.. i.800
J. W. hbockency names T. 0. Moore's cb. f-,
alollv Jukaoa. 4 tears old. W Tendali .dam
by Marirae 1
J. B. Bonier names cb. j Bherrod, 4 yrs old,
' by Lecompt, dua Picayune 9
John l. day names b. e. Colton. 4 year old, '
by Lexlng'on; dm Topas, by Oleneoe- 3
H. tt. Poley asaut b. f. Beitle Ward, 4 years -,
, Old by Jxlnf(tan; dam by Whalebone... ... 4
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The "McCook" Campaign.
to
ap
.the
.tod
for
I The O suite published a letter jesterday,
which Waa endorsed bj til the. officers o.Col.
Alex. McD. McCook's Regiment, "vhtdieatlng
thtt effloer etalnsttha serious enarcea areferred
raealmil him brtht OatttU in tbe. raattar ofjlhe
rc5,iol.rniiaoeiphia.' Uur 'ctrtempertrf
piame. tuat ne "arvicie on sum mtir wu writ
ten under tbe feeliri; of Indignation . wbioh
among .tbe; frleofl -of ibt volantoers
tt the deicrlptiont, which tbev received 1b
VuvUl Biigut , Cars tdued, . that 11 Pfti
Without itquirj. Into iht facte a rTot OVt
tempovary uoe vi uuicg tauigs, i4atvceMui.
. 4t it ! JSek
The Habeas Corpus Case in Baltimore.
1
We copy the following; partipulari
fronj Uia
ettnr of the sneclal oorrennondent bf tne Cin
cinnati sguirer from Biltltaorelntfce case of
MitawaN, wherein it writ of Hlu Corpui
was Issued 3m the 27tK by Chief Justice Ttltttl
At everv citizen of, the country is interested
in thoeeoiUot, betwsep the civil and military
utboritfiliOw going' on in our midst, 1 tend
At the
appointed (hour this morning, Chief Justice
Taney .appeared in the courtroom tQ receive
the Maranal's return In the osse. when that of
ficer responded that the writ' had been duly
served upon uenerai uaowauaocrana.in a.iew
minutea-Colonel l.ee, Aia-ae-uamp ot uouerai
C, appeared in Court and stated thai he had
been direoted by hie commanding offloerj-to tp-
pear tDd exprees-bis regret mat eagsgemonts
at thai fort prevented bis appearing. in person,
but that he bad been charged with - reading a
note to the Courts in which the following Ian
luaee occurs) : - a ?. ' ..
He hss further to inform you.
that he hat
been duly authorized by the Pcesidsnt of . the
United States, .in such eases, to suspend tbs
writ of Asssas carpuslor me public sttciy. - ims
la a hish and delioate trust, and it bat been em
joined upon him that it should be exeouted with
judgment and disoteuoo; out nets oeyertoeiess
also instructed tnai in times oi oivit, ni, .er
rors, if any, should be on the side of safety to.
the oountry. '. He most respectfully submits for
your consideration that those who Co 'ofisratO in
theoresenl trvinff and painful DQSitLon jft. Which
our country is placed, should uot, by 'ressop of
any unnecessary wantoi connaence in eacu oiq-
lftiroo tmr mbarraBameatfi' " Ifotherefore
respectfully" requests that'yotiS'lll poetpcrae
lurtbet scttoq upon init.case..nntu ne can re
ceive Instructions from the President of the
United States, when you ahull hear further from
MIU- ..... f . . . , -
I have the honor: to be, with high respect,
Obedient servant, - v: : i : ' ' ' f..:..M(ui
GEO. CADWALLADER,
Brevet Maj. General U. S. A. Commanding.
of the counsel 6f Mr.J.W(oriIdiari ietlteb
to know whether Colonel Lei bad produced the
body of Mr. Merrlman, as the writ commanded.
Colonel Lee replied tbafbe. hsd.not! that the
extent of bis instrudtiods , wss to read the pa
nnr. he had submitted to the Court. Chief
Justlco Taney "General Cadwtllader was, by
tht mrt. commanded to proouos tne ooav or
Mr.; Merriman before me this morning, tbtt tbeVl
case might be beard, and tne petitioner eitper
rmanded to his oustodv or be dismissed if held
on insufficient grounds, but he" acted in disobe
dience to that high writ, end J direct that tn at
tacbment be tt oooe issued against him, return
able before me'bere- to-morrow-- at -twelve
O'clock."'- The Chief Justice then filed the fol
lowing orderi - - I! - V I,' -r; .
Ordered that an attaohment forthwith Issue
sgalnst General George Cadwallader for con
tempt, in refusing to produce tbe body of John
Merriman," according to the.commandof the
writ of a6at carpus, returned and -returnable
before me to day, and that laid attachment be
returned before me at twelve o'clock i to mor
of the Circuit Court. -! ' -;:.
R. B. TANEY.
MONDAY, May 27, 1861.
An attachment was accordlncly ' issued by the
Clerk "of the Court tod plaoed intbe hands of
the Marshal, tu be Immidlately served upon
General' CadwalUder. Whether the body of
Mr. Merriman Is brontrht before him to-morrow
Cr not, Chief Justice Taney will, deliver tn opia-
ion on the Bubjeot.- ' .' ".' ' .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice to Contractors.
by
run
S BAITED PHOPOSAI.S Wltt BEBF
oelted at the Office of .-tht Commissary General
nf Ohio, nntll A ran D Y. Joti 1. 1861. at S o'clock
H i for the following euboiatence stores, to be delivered
at 2neiTlllo, Ohio, vli; 1
800 barrels MeeePorKi ri ? .. .tn i
B SlOpoande Hard Bread. - : - -f.-j-ij';'
800 buihels While Beans (in barrel,. ) . . - .
B.nOO poundt New Orleane Bugar (in barrels ) -' .
eooonoands Bio Coffee, Hostted and Orouod. la.
pound packsjres- - 1 ---' '
7.0 gallons Par Older -Vinegar. - . .7 , '
1.S00 poaode Pnieed Tallow Osnitot. '
l.M poondi Hm4 Boa p. , .1 O.7. .
' 50 barrels Bait. .- ;.:--.-"--:;'.-'
Samples required of Dread, Coffee, Sngar, Candles and
Boap. I . -. - . "';-.
KarartloltobenulaDlnsoand paekscetof suIDclant
etrenglh for traneportatioa without injury, aid to be
tbe first quality, no allowance, mue lorpHngri.-
Oao-bmlf the snDDlies to be deilrered to tlie Aeelefant
Commissary by Thuraday, the 13th daV of June, 160i,
and the. remaining half on the 23d day of June, leKil.
Bidden will itaw whether bids cover mo wnoie
of arliclee, or whether suoh articles as may be seteoied
will be furnlthed by Ibem, at the price named, or any
other price. Bidders muit be pRpa-ed to enter Into
contract, at once, on the acceptance of their bide, and
give satisfactory security for uie lamumeot ot we cob-
- u. r. utuisinuuix.
, v - Oommlessry General of Ohio.
Columbuj, Ohio, May 38, lbtil. r. T -
Pro'noMle will also be recelred. at the enme tlmo
, . .
piece, lor the same arliclee, and earn amounts, to be
livered at atnene, unio, ia me louowwi manner. ti.
On half on tlonday, Jane 1U, lcHl, aoa toe remaining
Half on the SOth day June, 1851. -'.'," . -
- A Iso, the Mine artiolee, and lame amounts, to be dellv
sred at Portland, Jackson county, Ohio, in tht following
manner visi e t ; - ...
One hill on Thurukr. Junt 6. 1SC1. and the rcmalnlnf
half on Thuradny, Ue lUlb day of June, 1801., All to
on tne same conditions. ' .
0. P. BUCKINGHAM, H
s i ' .- ' J - Comralmry General of Ohio,
Columbas, Ohio, May 88, leau msy8:d3t.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
tod
for
hi
fell
t
If
waa
was
-
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RB BE
eelved at Ihe office ef the Oommleeary General
Ohio, until PBISAV, MAY list, tt S o'clock P.
urniemnf i n fac ? ,.-?r- . . c...; :-',-T ;'.-
BUfty Tho-asancl lba. of Ha-rd Bread,
to bs deilrered at Zmeivllle, Ohio, as follows: One
fifth br Tuesday, June 4th. and one-fldh arery thret
days thereafier, until the whole U deilrered. .Also,
' Fifteen. Thousand .Pounds, .
delivered atllarletta, Ohio; one-third by Taetday,-
4th. and one-third erery three days thereafter. -
Bide will be received for a part or tbe whole of
amount, and the Coamlnary General reMrve the
to apportion the amount to parties wno exntDit sum
oient capacity to fulfill the contract. '
The Bread must be well packed In good bimlr, -without
charts for packages.' - t- ' !.
It Is dlitiDotly nndentood that the Bread lhall be
the beet quality, and bidders muit be ready to enter
contract with satlifaotory security for performances.
Samples required. . "" '.. ' - ' "
, CP. BUCKINGHAM,
- " - Ccmmltaary flenerat of Ohio,
:Oolumbue,0.,Iay 28, 1801. may29:dt.
tbe
and
tbe
oif
ait
tbe
and
trio
the
the
the
In
II
tdls
3
ei
here
cp'l
Ohio White MphurSprings,
delaware co., ohio.
This Favorite Resoet "will be open
y i-r-vFOKiVisrwii.;;
; 1 ej U.X1G X-Jy JLUOXa
raitiLtis tisiaiso boasdiko poaiaa tbs isasob, cam
ACcoktBonaru At tnooaa batis,
i FOB E00M3 OR IKFOEMATIOD",
.tkoi.r .t ADDKall. w.. i -,.i .' ,.v-
l
fee J.' A. BWATSIE.v:
Lewis Center P. 0.,teliware Co-, Ohio;
may 28;dlmo..,
I K I ' I I i l I
ARMORY 'HALL!
iRIXTEBN
UNEQUALLED
PGItFOnHIEBIi;
"ANt)' INCOMfAttAPLp.
- P03iy;vrtY two Niaaw osti-rr
WednesJay and Thursday ' EVeiiingi,
j Uji: Blar wtt. tin 30th,,.,,,,
OlmoEe of , rrogramme Sightly, SotiiCff rbupp
.' 'i - -Brass Brand.' iAHa'ti-a.anii,
bOPREZ.'.&viGBEEIi's:
front Ihetr lat)e
j vl T.1.1 3 t t
rom their lat)ertenilre 8oathera tows, tad en-their
WA.tt.
rr-:i,-., -ji
Will glvt two grand
Ua-iP t- i.-.'l
j Sr ETili CP1N;;CPIRTS,
At Uie above ftall, Introdnctrif esefi 'orealng an fnllreiy
tew selection of Acts, selected front the gems of iihlc
pun Allnstrelry. ' ' AIM
! ( OttAND SERENADE
Kaeh evening in front (If the He'll, nrerloai ie epenln'r
the doors, by the Ke w Orleans and Metropolitan Traape's
Brass Band t .-.-4 a At ft '
Doors open at J Concert lo .commence, at a quater
floearety;h ''" '', '
llivr oouoaljl)., r:nl .-ti. fa i . iVpetZ,
boa sn..I . d J8AAH.ti4.ut(neasAgc'ii.
tatat-im U cJwo auittnl utU s'a iWii"J
1t-ll
t.
4
of
,.
.
be
of
for
t
-;
i
June
each
right
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of
into
r
ii
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'.'asjl
.cf
to
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I ' V. en x Tt TP : 't
a V
IB lUlBIOAlt WATCH COKUXyiil Walt
s' 1 I 11 1 -V ! 1 .
hua, alM.,VHtooall th attaaUoo et the inUtots
' tha tellowtni tmphatla noooiasndaUsa ef Waltiasi
Watches','by lbs Itadloi praotkal Watobmaksisand isw-
lrsthroughoat Ihs.Unlttd Kates. n,Ths ntlre'Tist ot
Ignatutei to ft Ti qulla tooTOnK forpuTjlloaUon taone
adTtrtlttment; but ta namss , pmxiUd will to rto-
nisad by toots acqoalaUd with th iad u balni lo th t
Atthalr
establishments p7 aiwaja iuuu nwa-
at of tht Ooapaoy's manuraetnre, in traai varioty.
Signatures from maty eltUs end Uwns not nally
resented la this list will appear Ul future adver
went.
1;.
''3
TOIHXrUBUO.
The UDdtriljnad', pracUoal Watchmakers and dtalert ta
Watches, baring bought and sold Amtrlata Watohtt Mr
a number of 7rs past, 'and having dealt In tll klndsot
foreign Watohei for a much longer period of time, teg to
tats that they bavs nsvsr dealt la Watches which, ss a
claw, or In todlvldoal lnitanoei,hTe bMn .uoreeatli
factory to themtelves or customers, whether q reipect o f
durability, btaaty of nnita, .mathematically correct prr
portions, acourate compensation tnd adjustment, or of
fin Um-Uptng rtndtt, than Utoat manufaotaied by
'the' WsltSam Qompshy'. ; 7
N. l. CRTTTINDBM
Olevelaad,
Oolambni,,
Zeneevlll, .
OiBClaaatl,
Ohio.
WM. BLYHN
r.
laMEB i K0S8, . '
H..1KNKIN800.,
BKOOB SMITH.
WM. WIL'ON MtORBW,
DUHMUfcCQ., ., ., , ,,.
O OSOAMP, , ,k j , ,
O PLATT.
BINQ fc BU0THER
J. T. B- M. BDWABD8,
F J ALtXANDia,
"'I a: : ' .'i
BeUware,'- 1
Warren,
-' La dalle,
i. RKPLER.
W. H. MOIIKDND,
H.D. KAV8. . ..
A. B.OILUTT, '
B. T. LILLBsTON,
J. B OUtRtN,, ,
J. W. BhOWK,,
m. r. 4-nnrN.
Blooming ton,
Deoatar.
.1
yuuioy, ,
B188I HUt'MAN,
'I r ; i, ,i-tr nr
''"' AalsBa,''1
Jacksonville, ,
Oherry Orore
Canton
1 -1 ' Bymaeavev- H.
I Mavbargk,: i'u
Eocheeter,
A. P. BOYHTUH,
WM.M. MAYO,
ti NORTHS Y,
A) W. FORD. .
wM.eoniaziB,
i.M. FOX,
WILLaRO fcHAWXM, ;
N. HAIOHT, J
Y.'i
H, a D. HOSSIIBCttU,
Oi A. BURR A CO.
B. I. XTTINHRIktSB St 00.
WM. I.TAVLOB, . . ,
W.W. HANNAH,
Ii. B. A H. 0. OABWINTIB,
1I08KINS a ITANS, - ii
RAIQUT A t-taou,- - ' -':
"DUob; r.t ,Ym
Budeon "
ro7,i.' t a- ,
Oswego, j:1
Anbam, .J .If "
.i :
lelrport,
Canandalgua, "
: ,.-..
-Foighkeepsle,.
JAMK8 BIOS,
JOHNH. IVK8." ' ;-:.
WILLIAMS AC0.,
J; N. BBNNBT, V "."
AiB. ttORIIS. - - ,
WM. B. VOROAK.
HENDBP.80N BBO'S
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD a PUTMAN. .
JKNNIN0S BHO'8 -JOHN
J. JBNSINB,
W. H. WILLIAMS, .
A. WARDEN,
L. O. DUMNINd. .
BiUvta. '
. .. Anuterdaa, '
J Saratoga, -:
Albany.-; ) .
e H iff, !:'
. , Ooehen, . -,
. Peon-Van, ...'
T
OUA8. 8 WILL4RD
W. P. BINOHtM at CO., "
Indianapolis, ' fnd.
CHA8. U. riLKIIUU .
J.HcLANB,
0. A. BtOKsrlHH.-"'-"1
0. 11. BABOOH CO., -'
3. M. BTaNSH.
ADOLPHMTBB8, '" '
T11KJ. P. PIOKEEINO,
GKO. DOTY. . : : r
M. 8 SMITH - j
A. B.TANCOTT, . ,
JOIItt KLEINS, . . ' - .
H.H. BHBtllAir, ,
8. 0.8PAUI.I)II(0, a
W. A. OILtB,
KIINBMAH tt MBTRtK, ' '
8aU'L BROWN, Jr., -W.
T. KOPMH, - -OCO.
W.STBItr,
. - .- ....-ill ,
Rloheirj ,-v..r..i
Tarre Haate." ' "
BnlllTan. -"
Plvmoaib.' '.;
Kalunaxoo, Mlcb,
Detroit, t . j ,t
Milwaukee, , Wll.
Belolh ', ;-r"',
Janeevllle. t J
PrelriedoOblen, '
: Pttlabarvh. ' Pe.v.
- lfetrUloWB,
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iaston, "'
I1ROKMAN l YOnK. ., . . ... .
OKO. artlN. . . . ... T , AUmiIowo.
o. v. wAOUBUI.n, .; liatiawi,.nif lift,
IM'l.lll.U.I . W II M.M.nAtL -
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J. J. BLAIBV
Lebanon, "
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OKO. W. HcOATiLt,"
PaaNOlBO. fOLACK,
O.M. ZABM,
GEoaoB bbliiIb, x.::.
P. P-HBLLEK.
"T-ancaetar
; Bead to, CO
B. AUOHINHAUOn,'. v Chambsrsbaff
B. I. HOP 'MAN. ,i-.t. 1 Oraenebarc. "
J.O.BANNA. . ... . Newcutle., 'I
0. T. K0BKRI8, , .. ;.",. bsasburf.
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i.O. D01.0N,
Alauch Ohank.
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ciua. l. piairea, , ,
P.M. 81. CLAI,'
. tt A. PITSBBOaT; "7'
DAVID LAVKBACKj -W.T.
BAB. J
BNOOH P. BILLS. . . I
UBMBT JAMBfl,
Athland," ., '
Tm.II.t.
Paterson, H. J.
Newark.
Borden town, "
Trenton, '
Cnmberland. Md
X. 8.MTTLB,
C ARSON As BRAHNQN,
Tnna. oowdey '
tit
Pulaski, . Tens.
- . Naihvlllo - i
, Bprlnitteld. -. .
" CansTlUe,' ' ' "
A. W.PYLBl
SIMPSON k PKI01.
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T.W.IKItr. - '
J. As A OaRDKIR b " '
w.o. nnraiti. ;
MAURIOB t UBSRT
Bavaoswh -m Oa
f t. lrtUtO 'I Mo.
JEHU SYLVBBTIR, '
J T. BCOTT tt 00., i ;1
I. B. BCHPHBItB, ' '
B.A.TOOLIR,
P. WBINBSOK.'"' ' '
J. W. MONTOOUBBT, -
- Wheeling, i 'Ta.
' - Richmond, . '
Balsas, ' N. C
:i.
Newberry,' i
NorthamotOD,
New Bedford,
el ' !
Trenton, ;
t
PailBJver,
Gloucester, '
8. Oi
BKNJ. B. COOB 1 .. .
B. OHILDS, .
DBXIHR HA8KINB, '
It. I). HAD ALE, , ,
AtBRBT PITTS. . , '.
ELLIS OIIIORD. ...
P. W. MAOOMBKR,
J.J BURNS,
JI9SB SMITH, .."
T. M. LAMB, i . . . ... j
B.N.BTORY, .', -, .
lEVIJOHNSON. ;
ANDREW WABRIM
O. W. FOQQ.
.Maesi
Baleat
Woraeiter,
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' 'Wallhami '
a. ! .-
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AU08 BANBOMT,
vUiJ Lowoll,
JOHN BAHTUN, ,
JOUNUcOREaOB,
. i-i ! n e JLawreocSj , v , ,
W. SI. BOOT. - ..Mr,J
N. MOODY
Greenfield,
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WM. KlttKHAM, J.'. ' . rs
L. D. ANTHONY fc CO.,
A lprinfflld,
i ProTldeoee, .
FfiulU AHNUbD. ' -
THOMAS STEELS tt CO..
Hartford, ., ' OcenS
HEMINGWAY 4t BTtVKNB,
WM. ROGERS a; BON,
O. J.UCNSOtr,-
"WewHavsnr- -
B. BENJAMIN. ;'MX
- . . . . -OA .
J, B.RIRBYi ' '-k- - . vi.,.
aanaaa rrown.
H. H. HUH FINOTOK At CO., Danbor.'.' T W
A. WOODPORD. - - '
n. D. HALL.
ktlddletown,
,
- Newliondoa .
JOHN L. SMITH,
JOHN GORDON, 7.
J. 0. BLaOKMAR,
JAg. E. ATBBB, . , . ,
Btidfeport,
Waternury,
San born ion,
Coacord,
ir,i .-e i.t.-t
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BllBBDUKNB SB AW,"
N.HV
K. HANDSBSON.
. KNIGHT,
N. 0. OABRv '.. ft
OBO. W.OKBWJtOOn . ,
8. J HBLLtBH, ' '
W. O. 0. WOODBtJUT, ..'
BtUBKN 8HIN0BB,
WM.B. HOBBILL, , W,J
BIOHARD OOVB, " -JONATHAN
H0dUIS7
M. W.000DARD,
OBAS. B. BACON, '
V. M. HARDIBON,
TWOMBLY tt SMITH, s '
MOSES M. SWAN,
J. A MBRRILL
JaMBs BMEBY,
HMBON BLOOO,
HBNRTH.Htaf,
ROBERT N R0D8B.
HBNBT McKENNlY,
J. T. HOWLAfcD,
TOMf HIN8 HOBBIB,' ' '
0. 0. WILIIAM8. , ,
0. B. JtO L.B0aiBl, ' 1
0.1. LOOV, i
n. a. ha it.. - .-
; Hanovar, - "
Claremont,
tietor; . ,'
Lao6la,'v '
I 1-.'
, Nashua,
ll
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Bo. Berwick.- Kel
AasiistaV "'J
,. Portwod, -4,r
Buoksport, ' 1 '
Rockland. '-
y II
Porumoulh,
'Ahtmnt,
Bath, 1 '
Bangor,-
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' Oartloer,
Hoaltoa,
ll.,An
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BRINBMA1D k HlLURKTH,
0. H. HARDINO.
T. 0. PDINNIx,!
A. A. MtAD.
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;?"norlha.u.":;::,r:"
...BUJuhnsbpry, ,!.'.
ul OMIesa,.,,,,, ,
,. Kewbury, , , ,!,
Bellowe Falls,1"
. ... Reaj Orleans, , ;Lan
J. 0. bATBS,
J.H. MCRDOOC, ;'
0. 0. OHILDs, '
0- H. HUNTINGTON,
fOBTEB GROW,
W- K. WtLLAOli -
LSATIDBB AM AUOKvw
0. B JSNNINGS,
BIUUH-a UUm.
I.OOCKRILL,
A. R.UALL. ' - , '"
.. Katobes,;
ttlirord.
Toronto.
j CAorioii.'r-As pur tfttctt WBtw sxtearlTsly rtdnter
felted by fc reign tmnafacturwrs, we btvw te tnfena
fublle that ao watch It ef oar prodooUoa which It uas
tompanitd by a Mttlfloatt ei taiatnass, boa rn '
Bamherof U'Vatiatlgned by ear trtMn'riri
I. Bobbins, or t tmr predaeessors, Applttot, Tracy
e..ft:i? .wsijut.,; .3--.:-;i
j As these wttchel are for Sal's by Jewelers ernllr
throughorll Aa tfnloijh aaktrksa 'Watch Company
4 o not aolldt orders for stogie watobea. a ::.( ,y 6-l
I 1 mt mmt.
tira w:f iTi'VtY"1,' 'Vvr.i
aannhoBaloAitowkKt.l8SBroads -li:-t
..llrt'l "J'1 'V 1' i'1S-TtJ' t.',"'A-" "1 t'.B.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
MANHOOD.
HOW I0ST, E0W BZ8X0BX0.
ihm tnni.TSPKT. ON THI NATTTRB. TRIA
MnNT mn RADIO AL OUBB OV BPBRUATORilBKA
r Bemtaal WMrineea, Baxual Debility, Nervooinate, to
ToIunUr, Imlielons ana lmpownoy, rentmog irt
Belf-abui, Ao. By Root- i. Guverwell, M. D. lent
under sealle a plain enniops, iu ny ,u,m.,
ia, odi reoeipt oi iwo inuui, i -
LINB. 1D7 Bowery. New York, rost omoe box, no
4,S8Sr- ,. ....... -. jnarsilidmdfcw
t MOFFAT'S lilFf! riEIa
Iq alloaeM of ooattveneas, dyspepsia, Wlllous and ll ,
affootloni, piles, rbeomatlsm, fevers and agues, obetl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of beaitn
then Pills have Invariably proved a eertain and speedy
resMdy. A single trial will place tht Lift Pills beyond
tht reach ofoonpatlUoa to the eitlmsuon of every pa
tient. - . ,. . -.. - ,.',. . , . . ,
Dr. Moffat's Phosnli Bitters' will be found equity tt
fioaelons n all eases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness tnoldenl to females In delioate health,
and every kind ef weakness of the dlgesnva organe.
For sals by Dr. V. B. HOFfAT, 325, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Drogflats. ' ' , ny2-dly .
F1.a rT 1 Trrirt 19 ia an ,Tt.A ftf eVAtM o
letttr written by the Rev. J. B. Holms, put r oi the
Pltrnpolnt-Btnet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, ST. Y.,to
the "Jon real and Meeeenger," Cincinnati, O., and speaks
volumes la favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mae ,
WmsLOw's SooTHixa Svacr rot OBiLoan InrBiiiai
"Weeeean adrertlioent In yonr eolnmna of Mas
Wuhlow'i 8ootuii Braor. Now we never ealda word a
ht faTor of a patent medicine before in oar lire, bat we
feel compelled lo eay to your readers tbat this la no bam
bag WS BAVB TaiKD IT, AND LOW IT TO AU IT
oluhb. II Ii probably one of the moet sareeseiul medl
oines of the day. beoauM it Is one of tbe beet. And those
of yoar readers who have babies eea't do better then
lay ma supply." twiajM,
TO Consumptives.
! k The Advertiser, having been restored to health In a few '
I weeks by S very simple remedy, after having offered sv
sral years with a severe tang affeotlon, and that dread
I disease, Consumption Is anxious to make known to his
fellow rofferere the means of euro.
To all who desire It, be will send a copy of lhepreeorl-
Uonased (free of oharve), with the directions for prepar
ing and oeluf th aamo, whloh they will find a seas Oct .
for QontwTioa, Arrant. Baowcarro, Smj, The only
objast of tht advartletr In sending the Prescription It te
I benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which boson
eelves to be Invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
I try his remedy, as It will cost tbera nothing, and may
prove a blenlng.
fames Wlining vie pmenpnon win pmn auaren
luv. Aiiw&av A- niioon,
Wllllameburgh,
. KIdcs County, New fork.
oodiwly " '
P-i . . -M A elbrsj ' 1 fc
iff
I f BICES BEDTJCZD
! ,. .
Prom the New 1 or Observer. 1
Asallnartles BianBfMtariPff Bewln Machines are ob-
Hied io do H r. Howe a license on each machine sold.
aad an a to compelled to make returoc to htm, under
oath, as lo the number eold, hie books sire a correct state
ment. Prom this reliable eouroa we bars obtainea us
followtns siatUttca. Of tbs machines made lo the year
1K9, tbera were aold,
By Wheeler as Wilson S1.303 '
- " I. M. Bluer at Co 10.U6J ,
1 Grorer fc Baker 10.8UO
Bnowlot the eales of Wheeler at Wilson to bs dtmU
(boss of any other Company." ,
riVtM?L
Awarded tht highest premiums at the
United Btates fairs of 1858, 1830 and 1800; '
alio at the
.'. Ohio Bute Pairs of 1839 and 18W ,.
and at nearly all the County Vain in the Stats.
Our srlcea. at I he lata reduction, art at ton at any
lock tcA machine now told, and bat a tilde hither than
the Interior two Mreoxf that erica nuKMntt, now
forced noon the market.
Th WHIKLKH Av WIUOl! HA0HTR1 snakes the
Lock Bticb the only one which cannot bsraveled. It
m Auia os both sima or in foods, i carina no ray or
tXainonUt vmdfMd.
All maehiHot itaratti 3 years, and tmhmtMtm
ftren in their nee, free of eharae. -
ii. vaaai,ei uiin n. uoimni, v.
I WM. BCHNBR Ac CO..
oteclSawdSmkwOot, Pike's Opera Boost, Cincinnati.
Tiie; Celebrated' Horso, Cruiser,;
In PORTED' THIS 'TEAR FROM
Jtngland.by JOHN B. RaRBT. will stand this sea-'
ton at the farm of Wm. H. Rarey, Ororeport, Ohio.
-Cruiser Is of the celebrated Veniion slock of Bngland,
and was aired by old Venison, tbs winner of the Derby
race in 1H13. .Venison proved himself the stoutest borae
of kts day, havinr traveled on foot In one year, when
only three years eld, nine hundred, milts, and ran four
teen races, and one twelra. - - .
Cruleer was bred br Lord Dorchester In 1859: aired by
I Venison by Partisan, by Walton, out of Parasol ly Pota- .
toes, son of Nolipeo. Cruiser's dam was Red Borer, by
Tramp, oat of Syntaxlna, alster to Syntax, aire of Bees
wing, tne dam oi New mntier, tne moat Taiaanientauien-v
now In England, and stands at fifty guineas (VJiSO). ,
Torms to Orulson
Thoroaihred marss. Ons Hundred Dollars. A llber-
Ial arrangement will be made with farmers of the neigh
borhood wishing to pat common. bred mares-
, llT marae rrom a dlitance will bo taken ears or. -;
may 4 afcw3t
'.J.'.;'.'.' FIRST ...
O?ENtP0rTHE$EA$0
....... -W op
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Ooode In my lino, lost ouren-
aeed ta New York at the cheapest panle ratesll of which
I ehall sell at tbe amalleet profile, for Cash. My cua lorn-
era and fritnda art respectfully Invited to oall and exam-
f I Ins my Goods and Pilot, a I am determined to sell as
cheap or cheaper man anyoiner nouse in too city) aaa
as I do my own Oottinf , and superintend mr owabaet-
nees, 1 feel eaiurea, rrom my long eaperwsoe uousi
Doaa, to fire feneral eatltfactlon. The finest of work
men are employed, and all work done strictly to lime and
oa short noiloe, and warranted to fit. Btranirers vlsttloc
"oar oity would consult tbeir Interest by flrinf ma t oall -
net or purcnaaiaf euewners. , -1. tujam.
. . ... meronaoiiauor,
march 9-d 1 y .-- -i , Oor. lllih and Town sts.. .-,
Watches t Biamo&di !! Silver Ware ill
ACHOICR A'SOHTKIENT OF OOtO
and Bllrer Wattbesiln groat Tsriety.
I am Aieut for tbe Amiok Watcb Co., and ean
sell these exoalleat Watches at maoulMturcrt' piiosa,
either Wholeial or Retail.
Oume and ohooas from my beautllul dlrplav ofuiej
Bonds snd other rich Jewelry. Styles new prleeelowvJL
i Aa ta Silver Wars at sterling quality, I can show new
patternevvery bandeome -
Hirer Plated Ware, Tea Setts, Urns, Walters, Csstort,' Y
Baskets, Pilohers Goblets, Knlres, Forks, Spoons, Ito-
Thea I have a supply of floe Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Rasore, 4c, and many fancy Goods each as
ait desired for presents at such prion as are an Induct
ment te the purchaser, WM. BLYnH,
I wo', 10 Buckeye Block;"""
msrSl Korth aids Btate House ecuarS.
THE UNION FOREVER I
TTmft ENTF.LOPES-A BAJtttTsT OF
Ur tselgns. at 4,00 per LOOO. : :..!t. ,. ; , . i.-,"!
! .rvio&T Lzim ahd koti miii
ajl hsklf the price tbareet by small dealarw. -.'.
' ICTHBAD QUARTERS Ro. Ti South High strset,Jf
i Uo1umbos,Jtay o,lt)(ll.. . J.U.BJXE
I Bt. t '(''
lENTXEdEn'S
rrBfctsnino.'
Jf GO VS. ."Tt-.-f.-.-oae
, Moreltles'lo Neck, Tlet and Bcarfe;' ' -'.'
" "Byron and flarroU Collars. .' r""
. '., -'..: Embroidered Pocket Ilaadkercfcleri" '
Jarle Kid QloVee tup. rior make. v- " ' -Golden
Hill shirts, various stiles. v-"f'"'
- Boys Golden Hill Bhlrte,-do
I Hemmed Pocket Hindkerchlefs, various styles.
! Half Hos and Under Oarmenl, . - - - , - r
-, ,.'! o " bain te eo?r, y -apiliJ
v ' J . ' - Ho. en South uiga streW
tTERNsf CHimUDIN. '. . I HtNtT f. CHlTTBNDtlt
! 8. & M.T. CHITTENDEM,
j .e ATTORNII8 AT LAW. !
! ID-Offload 80rdwa Jtesf ". "
rAJUOBe' BoiLoiira, Oolument, Ohio. t
; Hyoarefo'l attention paldj to ColleoUons. . v
1 aprl)8:dflia ".'." " " ' , -
SPRING Ct tJBKfjrvsa Btaai4irar.ais .
HIW tTTLBS stiatts eV om. No.. teulki
Blah atreet, tavo jus i ojiened new styles or uiotb
OnuBe. Baboub aot lAoaoBB, saade In the newt
Winst-BtylUB manner. p,- -----
Hiack. alw. er. heary, designed apr.i Joe
eaperm
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