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SATURDAY MURNINU, JUNE 1. X6G1.
Terrible Accident on the M. & C.
Terrible Accident on the M. & C. Rail Road.
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We iIncerelyjpathrte witB
wounded meu end the, relatlTes of those who
were killed by this fatal aoeldeat. . ' i -
The War—What is it For!
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if the nutatioa were asked ln,rsgara to most
.w.. k ... .ffluj th. auth. alanih I
01 tnw wara was u... - - -
tared its lnhabltabtt, and desoltted IU snrrace,
tv for, W0uld seldom meet With 1
wbattney wereior,," wu
attisfaotory answer, few persone wno. re.
boat wart are able to-mm vet. 7
t. jjita.
Idea of their real caoseti end thete;- wben it u
Z, . ju. ti,.m Mnallv teem to trlfl-
nose ble to discover tbem, ttauauy seem to trm
Int-tndln.dequ.tetstomakew.Mh.med of
K Is own soecles. The judgment or parnoipsr
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tor. inawar,.. to' U. Je, or Injustice,. I-tor
t her oa one tide or the other.it teldom eon firmed
k ihTrdlot of Impartial history. But tne oca-
... ..n;n9 a war nf inv kind, and es-
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peclally aclvUwar, are .0 fearful tnd Urrible,
that it become, every m.n whe , gage. ta. or
neonraees it. to weigh well the .lleged Justice
, .v. ...... ,. .U..a. Tt msT'be lust tnd
vi uia a, "r--. - . .,
natrlotlo tOtay that "WO are all for OOf OOUttry
... m u i. nnn.t.nt tn ha ar.l
vioht nr wroDs?:" bat It it important to do car-1
Uia that we are retlly on be tine 01 our coun-
try. , ...
It is no unusual, naj, it h a very common
thing for men who engage in a conflict In de
fense of their country, with 'no very clear and
wall settled convictions as to the object for
whloh they are oonteoding, to turn, in th. heat
of passion, madness and revenge, their efforts
and their arms sgalnst that very eountrjN ' Thl
it sometimes dons wilfully ; but oftener, by the
matt, blindly, and through the influence of par
tisan, selfish ' and unprincipled leaders. It
is, therefore, of infinite moment that the man
who takes no arms, or encourages others to taks
thsm np, espeeially against bis own countrymen,
should fullv understand the reasons ft the war,
tuouia iuiij uuuor.uu "
against whom and what Its blow.
rected, and what persons and things -Muia ne
heldeaored. '
The object of the war which tne reoerti uov
t those wbc
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are In arms to resist its authority, is variously
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stated by heated partisans, norm ana ooutu.
But for true information on this point, w. ire
bound, in honesty tod candor, to look to the
highest official source to bim who, for the time
being, Is the responsible Executive Chief of the
Government.
President Lmcout, In hit inaugural address,
oa the fourth of March latt, declared that, to
the extent of hl ability, he thonld take oars, as
the Constitmtion itself expressly enjoined npon
him, that the laws of the Union should be faith
fully executed in all the States; and that tbs
power confided to him would be used to hold,
oocupy and possess tbo property and places be
longing to the Government, and collect the da
ties and Imposts', bnt beyond what might be ne
- oetSAry for these objects, there wonld be no In
vasion, no using of force against or among the
people anywhere. Tb. President, io his proo
lamation of the fifteenth of April, calling for
aeventy-five thousand volunteers, and conwtins
an extraordinary session of C' giess, declares
that bis purpose, in calling forth the militia ot
the several States to the number above ate td.
was to sutpret s combinations against the exsvu
tioo ol the federal laws, too poweilnl to b
tupprefsed by the ordinary oourse of judicial
proceedings, or by the powert Tested in tbs
mirahalt bv law, and to cause th. laws to be
duly executed. In a subsequent proclamation
' for additional troops, this first proclamation
rafarrcd tn as containing th. ground for the
future levy. '
According to the President't official declam
ations, then, the objeot of the present wtr, oa the
part of the Federal Government, il simply the
Execution of the Lews. . Tb. armjnuder Gto
Scott or toy of his subordinate offioen may be
taid to take tb. place of a United - Statee
Marshal with hfl pot eomhatut, to effect tbat
which oannot be done through th. agency of the
latter, namely, the due execution of, the laws.
'. The military are not called oat to supersede.
., but to aid, the civil ' authority of. th Govern
ment. v.i ' ; 'M i .p i
The execution of the Lawi it the primary ob
ject, bnt there ar. also Involved in it the repos
sessing of tht federtl property thtt bis been form
bly tnd fraudulently seised, the preservation
th. Union, the maintenance of the Federal Constitution,
the guarantee to each State of a repnblioan
form of Government under ita Constitu
tion, and security to every law-abiding citizen
th. fall enjoyment of bit personal tad property
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Bach art thVends timed tt fn tbepresent wtr,
at set forth by President Lmcout. Within these
limits tnd for these purposes, th. war will be
cheerfully and energetically sustained by the
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groat uiaoo ui tuv aiunivau yvupiv.
An Honest Confession.
The editor of the Colombo! GtttOt admits
:, that bit oottrs. would have been diffarent pre-
viout to th. Chlcsgo Convention, if b. had tup
posed or dreamed "that Mr. Btwsao wat go-
inr to be Secretary of State, and have the dis
posal of th. (terrlorlal) governshipt in his
hands.1 If (sayt Got. Gsbibbb) w. oonld have
looked Into Toturity," It Isn't likely w. should
: hav. taid a word about , Mjr. "Swabp at all.
Who knows' but that we tbotld have, been tn
original Lmootit man." That it a frank and
j explicit admission. , Gov. Grxinib believed
Chasi and Batcs would receive the nomlna-
. ' tioos, and therefore he declared for thsm, tnd
' pitched into Siwaid, whom he supposed to
, b. Chasi 't rival. But he would, It teems,
have acted differently had hsbeen abls to look
into futurity, if. was, of oourse. looking to the
spoils, tnd wtnted to go in for tb. winning
man bnt he made a mistake. It Is not difficult,
after the confession of Gov. Gsciitza la this
" case, to account' for ' lb. manner in which Us
' ' Republican QttttU becomes the organ of Sraa-
now and th. County Auditor., They htvefof
th. time being, job. at their disposal, and they
;. bestow them with a, lavish hand, oa a paper
" which Is hostile to the Demoeratl. party, and
" whose editor is, according to all own showing,
a man of vary flexible principles. ' ; ,
. At to Hin.r Comnillt, Gov. Gamut nn-
3 .L.. ..II . v.. v. I. .-J . . . 'a, ir.
la one of the lareest landed oronrlatoti In tha
territory, it worth a mint of money, owns some
thing lee. than hair a million of theep, Is a
'' hlch-mloded, bonorabls gentlemo,a'nd tht very
man of all others to fill tb. Gubernatorial cbtlr
to th. latlaTaotlon of th. people." That Is all
repute
well, barring the ebep.VXb,OTM family J
10 idi gnrvtN & Mia hm.iwij
eputed to own Urge numbers of 'aheep ," al
io, tod win 'sow prcdiot, and put It on
,nnrA. that tha flies of the Indltn bureet will
iMMwlth tppUo4UoMtgtiatt(b.a Government I
tat damaaei sustained bvotrtles la New Mex.1
oo. on aooount of depredatloni ,br the1 Indiana
oa their herdt of eheep. So, loot (pat, for
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per. take great delight 1.
ilea Tawi. became he allowed t writ of aefceai
nnnflnd under mUItarf arrest at Fxt MotlewT.
ItUd
deed.potenelDittnajUK mancanpcrceiTenow
lit" oonld tToId the tllowance of the writ upon
the ' papert filed, and
acullcatlon was made.''
spot s whion tot
If there be cause
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manding General, In obstinately refusing to eom-
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piy wna sow wmmaau . . -..
awcumcu ior wni."-
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sbvapbt tiairinnti lninrv us Luaj bbiih ui tiiti lijuuu
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assumptlont of power by the military,
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eeo 'ngtne
ha tnrui nMnM nnan j uuira iui 11 uuuiiwu
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tnd nwtrrtnd. tnd no gooa . c c.m.
The Canal Lease.
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tt . m . of tt Btsl,, . lbs ssat
ter has basn lona bsfors lbs pabtlo, antths argumsnts
pr0 aot eoo bar bttn remud and reltrslo
rsadars bars bo ready f any disposition of
Canals that would snt a dtiptnaauoii iron) tns aenaw,
lh. ,'.lr,.n .
uw. . ,,. , m . . wilH
Hut It la nil enonih sof to cat apoa lb record,
nr.l nnnn thai raallr BrsMatcd bona fid4 bids to ths
Ucilslatart.oannt protnona aiscnoiun i tu wxwwm
mil a-aa that aomDOSM or ntnl Jama, a.. Bfansirr.
rkitu Rmm. Thnnu Moora. W.J. Jackson and Jos.
Ononar This eoBuaiiT. but Wsdns.day. bid of ths
laass at ths pnbllo auction for 120,07$. Tbne weeks
bsfore ths adjoarmnsnt of ths Lsslslatara, tbs saoM
ossapay oBsrsd fiOiBWioraairsci vraas soir
mtm f aaaA La unul tha Bid. MoT WW this ths BIOS t r
naikablasiblbiUon of ssnatorial nnaneisrlDl'. Wbll
rafnslog tbs dlraot Md of JOO. ths teoits pssstd ths
sill for ibtpnblis IsiiIds. (or sdoptlns which, witbot
uundMnL tha Hoaaa tnalrv eawht than In an antz
pasud trap.) and provided tbsrein for a minlmam annual
rsntoiOBiy ajVi"W ac.uaiij i,iw ... mmu . v.
brrd them in an onsn bid tn a renonslble eoBpanr . '
Tb fssl that esnmton wars thus wllllot to take
0,0O at aasUon for an article for which itnsy
vara
stsrsd ssoo at prtvat sai. i an txeciisnt commsnt-
hm bMB oartd for u hf mD1(tlBeDt 0f
r-bHe works. .-. t- . - :
. n. tha tarsas of ths LtaM bill, ths laass and bond
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lsTniption,aodbonofeontaotion,wiii pass lots
Iha nBi of so,07 is to tw paid half yssriy
naaiaatan. r i'"-. . "
Tt arlll mAm m m thm aalarla nt tha Board
; wuj ttsia- :a auU d1-
llUM m tb Trsasaiy.
Tn.7.al. ..ill cstsn to solsts ths llbsratioD
tt ihi iuutnm QM Pnbiio Worts. Th.t sup
fortlhlT iniMtad b a aismber of tbs lats LmWUturs
In a spssoh oa tbs Least Mil Bs bad ao objtotloa,
said, to ftvtnf away tbls bans wsieb ovsryoady onlicd
In drelarloa vorthlaaa. bot bs didn't llss harlns to fnr-
nlih (Ars groom to tat cart of Afrit , bsaldss. Why
stoat wo katp op a Board of Pnbllo works whsa tbsy
bars no pabIM Works to' subsist Tb B.ard ahenld
abolished, and what faw da las stay rwnsln for It should
oa xoroirtd boob aoats ol lbs otbsr state omcert. t-ta
BnmjitM Mtw W ' t 1
To. Clnemnttl GaxtUt found oo fault with
tb. Senate at th. time, because it yejscted
direct proposition to leas the canals at f '),tuu
ner annum, but approbated the act. TheSttfes
ma nrged npon.. the Legislature the acceptance
of th. direct proposition tt every stage of
progress of the measure until its final rejection
and the passage of the general lease bill; bat
received no support from, tht Oatette.
change la the condition of theooastry sufficient.
ly answers the point which i e O it-tie attempts
to make aboat tbe lois of to 500 per annum
between the amount bid on tbs 29.(1 of May
the amount offered during tha swssioa for
leae. '" ,' " a ' " ' " v 'r. '
As to the policy of leasing, we are very coo
fidetit tbat experience and the practical wutkujt
uf the Canals nndor the lease, will prove tt
be wise and salutary But tbe suggestion
toe Otuitt, that the State should now dispense
with theHoard of Public Works, is nonsense,
and shows how Ignorant tbat paper Is on
Canal Question. The Board can not be
pensed with as long a the State is tbe
of tbe Poblio Works. It is indispensable,
will prove mor. efficient hereafter than It
been heretofore,' line, there Is nothing taken
from it except that part of ita machinery which
waa a clog to Ita operations. ':,':,--With
competent and' experienced men
lessees, tnd' a faithful administration by
Board of th. duties Imposed npon it by
leasing bill, we hav.no hesitation la predicting,
after a reasonable time, a new order of things
oa the C.n.la, beneficial to all navigating them,
and creditable to the Board to whom ia ttsigned
the doty of overseeing the lessees in thslr man
agement of tbe Publio Works. ( We dissent
from tbe suggestion of the Otttiu,
th. Botrd of Poblio Works b. dispensed with. .
[From the London Daily News, 14th.]
How the American Crisis Operates on
British Trade.
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Manufacturer! tnd shippers it present do not
know what tn be at. The American i crisis is
overshadowing industry. ' The whole of the
cotton trade ie involved la uncertainty in an es
pecial degree. We do. not know whether the
usual and necessary quantity of cotton will be
growniandif it be grown, we do not konw
whether it will bo permitted to reach us. We
do not know yet whether there is really to be
war la America, feverytning, it is true, points
in that direction, but in tb. cotton trade, in the
corn trade, in th. metal trade, la all branches
of oar mannlaoturet, in tha money market, and
in tbe stock exchange, there is a general indis
position to do- business, principally because
ha idea hat continued to float through men's
minds that th. A tier lean difficulty,, after all
that has been taid and done, may prove suscep
tible by- out mean, man tbat or a long and
desolating civil war. , Then every on. pictures
to himself tha immense affect th.t would be
produced war. even the mere prospect of sb
arrangement to .De opened. . How great wonld
bath, effect npon tbs price of cotton? What
merchant can bestir himself boldly la ordering
supplies from India and otber regions, as long
at mere ti a cnanoa or tn. ground being cut
from under hit feett , What would be the oon-
teqnenee on th. value of money, npon th. bul
lion movement glutted as tee New York banks
are with gold? What t rebound there would
be la tli kinds of publio leoarlties, home, for
elga tad American. ..:,:,. , ,
Unfortunate Tragedies—Zouaves
Killed.
Monday evening's Washington Star says; 1
On Saturday morning, Sergeant Butterworth,
of tba New York Zouaves, was shot dead tt
Alextndrit by private O'Neal, a sentry. It ap
pears tbat uutterworto advanced on the sentinel
without giving tb. countersign, and O'Neal de
manded it tares teverti times, tnd Butterworth
replied, "It's me," when O'Neal fired, killing
Dutterwonn, and ot Knowing wbo be was.' it
Is supposed that Butterworth was testing the'
fidelity of the sentry. Be was a particular
friend end the constant companion Of O'Neal,
wbo it very much distressed at tbe fatal occur
rence. '
Another shooting case occurred Id the after
noon. A private of the same corps, .named
Buckley , a member of th. firm of Allen, Mc
Lean & Buckley, was killed by sa officer. De '
ceased was under confinement at the time, and
determined to past tbe bonndt .assigned him,
when, during the resistance, be mat hisuntims
ly fate. - He will probably be bnried in' Alex-1
attdria. " "' "" 1
Terrible Accident—Seldiers Killed
and Wounded.
CHILLICOTHE, May 31, 1861.
CHILLICOTHE, May 31, 1861. DR. WM. B. HAWKES.
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happened on the JW, t C. R. R., twenty mllet
eait 01 uniiiicotbe. ine Diiinow oi ww
Regtmeiti with Col. Gilmore, arrived Jitrt tt 3 1
O'otoU rM., and were teoeivio. nj new .7 .n.
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pop" ' ,y;
prOTlding a D asset 01 provisions ior me soniiera.
The train etarted aboflt 4 F, N-r aod all In the
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broke on the tender, which drew eixoanoffthe
uft rlcht. Such a ileht. ere-wit-1
cart were entirely oemouenea ana oroaea
ipiinvera. ' eu wtr.iiira w iu. w
between miriy ana ioy were mUr
jured. Somehsd t leg, some tn trm, tome
tnair neaos. anu someDacasDroacu. vuuw
has died since, and several others oannot recov
er. The engineer bad to ran off or else his lifs
would have been saenfloed, although be was not
to blame. .The train trrivsd with Ibe mail,.
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4Bd ckf dead and wounded, tt a o ciocx mis
morning, sua suasigu w.a ..u.u8,
a an much mserv atone time: but n
. mffitfi. This morning they
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wo . taken to . privattbo.ro.ng .noutes.
sod wall ttten ctre or, 1 nere is . one con-
soi.tlon, !that;the , accident .did not
lw .uw,i, . ,ni.;n. n h.. ihmmn nn ta
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that was snow n to toemeo, to see mem come
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the time. The railroad company it doing tuin
their nower to make the tufferert comforUble.
You may tee other statements In the papers, but
this i as near correct as can os got tt.
.... Yoursretpectiuiiy,
HAUTMANN.
State of Opinion in the Southern
Army.
Correspondence of the New York Times.
WASHINGTON, Wednesday, May 29, 1961.
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No fact sives creater promise 6ft speedy ter
mination of the present rebellion than the alter
ed tone of public sentiment now manifested In
the South. The agents of the Government who
hate visited the rebel camps at Fredericks
burgh, Richmond, Staunton, Warren ton and
Harpers f erry, an coincide witn tne statements
made bv the scouts and prisoners who have been
seized by our advance troopitnd the statements
of the deserters and fogiUves from the rebels,
that the Sontbern military now fully realise the
strength of the government and the formidable
character ol Its present military movements. -
No newsnaoers circulate anions tne troops,
except those of the worst secession stripe, which
tre not expected to be tealous la giving cur-
rency to the extent of the military preparations
of the uovernment; out tna expeoteo aid irom
lV,. xi... I... . .h thl. .I.h
nrivate ltUers. has convinced the rebels not on-
jj that there is no division in Northern send'
mnt. bnt that movements on a crander tcaie
U1BB .0 V 10BV Dae W HUwsea BXW oeiag uaue,
.. they exprers it, "for their subjugation."
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II An, a, thaaiaw la Idas ri lannaitirtn nn Ihl ntrt nf lfiAI
'ot " 'w tuw r.souroc. ui too
North. They admit our tuperlority in numbers,
In money, ia marine and in supplies, tod our
equality so far as the morale and skill of our
soldier are concerned: and tbey reluctantly
state that. ..under different circumstances, we
would possets the sdvantage.
But, on the otter band, tbey contend tbat at
this ia to be a defensive warfare, tbey hold the
advantage by being on their own toil, defending
thai hnmaa that thav art maatapa nt tha aim
,aon bf ret(0n 0f the, thorough knowledge of
I me country i and our troops not being acoilma-
are iiaoie wjecimavion oy aiseate; mat n
we taket given point, the Government must
leave a garrison to bold it, else the departure
of troops will be the signal for another uprising;
and tbat to permanently bold toe eoutb in bud
lugaiion, should the Government succeed la
putting down rebellion, a standing army ot to
ereat a number would have to be kept In the
field at would ruin tbe North by the taxation
wb'cb would be incurred thereby. Finally, tbey
bjld that EosUod and France must raise the
blockade to save themselves from revolution,
and tbat then tbe South will have means ade
quate to conquer their independence.
Si il I, tbe reports of eye witnesses tre that,
a twitfattanditig the tff arts to bolster np their
cvurage, by these assumptions, tbe troops are
uui cobfidenk, but, , on the contrary, express
hopes that tbe difficulties will be settled with
out Dloodentd. i
Tbia looks very much like whietliog in
grave yard to keep one's courage np, and a de
feat or two, at tne bands ol tbe Uovernment,
will probably deprive them even of this means
Of lOitalnlng tbelr spirits.
Effect of War on California.
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California Is likely to be among tbe most se-
oiuaea parts oi tne union, in me coming contest
between tbe sections. . So far as home Interests
are concerned, the newspapers of San Francisco
have few expressions of regret tt the cbtnged
condition of publio affairs. Tbey anticipate that
tbe shipments ot treasure will be suspended
chiefly on account of the hazards bf transportation
on the Atlantic coast, and that, In conse
quence, tbe precious metals will remain at home
to stimulate industry. I ne San X rancisco Her-
aid savs: . ' ,
"Close np tbe Golden Gate for treasure ship
menu only for one year, tnd we shell haye the
agreeable little sum or from forty-five to fifty
millions of gold, without counting our silver, for
borne expenditure tnd leeking employment In the
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; Manufacturing, too, from the difficulty of
continuing importations, is expected to receive
a new impetus. At the manufacture of beet
sugar was commenced in France, tod after
wards grew to an interest of the first import
ance, owing to tb. necessity or producing ai
home what could not be procured abroad, pend
log tbe war with Great Britain,' so California
may possibly learn to depend on her own re
sources for tbe supply of a large variety of ar
ticles now Obtained sisewnere, such as Hardware
wooien gooas, looacco, etc. uaiirornia may
also oa tempted to embaiK more largely
commercial pursuits on her own account, di
rectlng attention to China and Japan, Australia
and tbe faoinc coast; and perhaps a considers
ble nnmbermsy seek her shores fort refuge.
But this Is tbe best tide of tbe picture; Every
part of tbe country must share the prostration
oi industrial interests while tbe con a let con
tinnet. .. . '
Interesting from Pensacola.
' Tbe Mobile RtgitUr hai a letter from Peon-
coia, from wmcb we take tne following:
Thoreisassnd battery Just above the city
ana one oeiow, ana soldiers from tbe upper bat
tery down to Fort McRea. They are encamped
as far out as three miles, and in all aboat 12 r
000 men. The navy-yard has no protection,
and can easily be destroyed by Fort Pickens.
No one of Fort McRea 's guns bear on Pickens,
as tbey command tb. channel, in whloh tbe ves
sale have been wink. Tht dry-dockthat cost
iibu.uuu, it loaded with stone and brick-bats,
witn tbe intention or taking it down and sink.
lug It in tht channel, to prevent the federal
sbipt from coming in. I think whenever tbey
go to sink tne dock tne bail win open, for rick
sus It certain to fir. on it. Tbey have told
Gen. Bragg ts mnob, who ptyt oo attention to
tbem. wnen tn. steamers it.eys tnd iewii
were fired tl, it waa Just as much as tht officers
oould do at JUcKea lo keep tbe men from firing
into the vessels, and when tbe boats turned back
soma of th. msn actually tat down tnd cried
tbsy were to mid. bonday tome vessels an
chored in tbe fleet, and I conld tee tbe soldiers
on Pickens tbey wereti thick as beet., I conld
see tbem drilling on tb. beach, and tbe horses
graxlng near the ion. . uenerai Ursgg bas or
dered all strangers away, or tbat they take po
sition la the army, lie baa also moved bis
quarter! from the hospital about a mile and a
ban in tne wooas. "vi
Two Immense Colarablade, each Weighing 16..
000 pounds, reached West Point, Ga.f latt Sun
day, on their' way to Peataoola.'i -
: -' i ' i ' m i i 1 - ii 1 1 u i
Our latest advices from St'. Domingo are (o
tha lO.b Inst Tb. Doners received from there
contain nothing bat manifestos tnd declarations
from the people of all parts of th. ex-republic,
breathing loyalty, gratitude, and devotion to th.
spamiB urown. - -.; .: .- r. si
John Merryman—The Habeas Corpus
John Merryman—The Habeas Corpus Case.
i . . i ' in
The following Is the writ of att.ohtBtnt, It
insd in this case eealnst Geo. Cadwalladib,
with the return of the Marshal tod the- pro-
ceedlnga thsreon
the writ or attaohiibht
The United ,3tstee ft y America,: Pfetrlct of
--. -. r , , , , . , r . ,
" " .-.-.on-. v ,u. 'J'-"" 1
greeilngi - W 00m m and jon that too attach
in, b00, 0r General George Cadwallader, and
him bare before the Hon. Koger B. Taney
tom, at 1 a oioca m-, at vue rcait uiui
Uom ok the United Statee Intnecity of Baltl
IHbl. At 12 K'fl Mt M . at tha .nirnn t flnnrt
more, to answer for thle oontemol b him com
tbe oommand of toe writ of habeas corpus re-
lumiiii and returned befor tbe.eid Chief
Justice thit 27ih 'day of May 1861. .. Hereof
yoatr.nottofail at your peril, and have yon
tneo ana tuere tuis writ., witness toe; Honor.,
tble Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of our Su
preme Conrt, the first Monday in December, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun-
Jred and alrt ' i .!.
-
THOS, SPICER, Clerk.
Issued 27th May, 1861.
Chief Justice Tanev.' npon takibr hit teat
upon the bench, aaid that be desired to state
tbat bit associate,. Judge Biles, of the Circuit
Court, was present with him yesterday by bis
invitation, because he desired to avail himself
of hit counsel and advie. In so important a .ate.
Ibe writ or habeas corpus was ordered by mm
as Chief Justice ef the Supreme Court of the
United States) consequently Judge Giles could
not aot with bim in the case. He bad also invi
ted Judge Giles to be present to-day, but he wat
unable to appear, in consequence of an engage
ment in connection with a rellviout association,
whose deliberations Judge Giles considers 4 It
Important that he should attend.
Chief Justice Taney then called for the Mar
shal's return to the writ of attachment above
set forth, when Mr. Splcer, (be clerk, handed
bim the following:, which the Chief Justice re
quested bim to read:
'V.y Tf sUbshal's rrcni j
' I hereby certify to' the Honorable
Taney, Lbier Justice of the Supreme Court or
the United States, that by virtue of the within
writ of attachment torn, directed on the 97th
day of Mav. 1861, 1 proceeded on the 28ih day
of May, 1861, to Fort Mc Henry ior the purpose
of serving said writ. I sent in my name at the
outer igete-Mbe' messenger returned -with (h.
reply -that there was no answer to my Card,"
and, therefore, could not serve thewrit as 1 was
commanded." I'waa not permitted to enter the
So answers ;.
WASHINGTON BONIFANT,
Chief Justice Taney, after Questioning Mr.
Vance, the. Deputy U. a. Marshal, in relation to
his efforts, to serve the writ, requested bim to
amend his return, which' he did by adding the
words "I was not permitted to enter tne gate,"
as sbove set forth.
STATEMENT OF CHIEF JUSTICE TANEY.
la relation to the return, the Chief Justice ob
served that the Marshal bad the power to sum
mon the potie ctmitatv to aid him in telling
and bringing before the court the party named
,D too auaouiuwui, wow wouiu, wnen bo orougui
.t i a. l ... i ta,
,D( De iUbI, w punishment by fine and Imprison
ment. Hut where a. in this case, the power
refusing obedience waa so notoriously superior
to any tbe Marshal oould command, be held that
offinar excused from doing aov thing more than
he bad done. Ibe Lhiet Justice then proceeded
as follows
"I ordered this attachment yesterday, be
cause, upon the face oi the return, tbe deten
tion or tbe prisooer wsa unlawful, apoa tbe
grounds:
f irst That toe rreskieut. under tne consti
tution of tbe United Statee, esttnot impend tht
prietlroe of the tent ofhnbe corpus, nor authoi-
izs a military officer to do tt.
"Second A military oulocr bas no right to
arrest and detain persons not subject to the rules
and articles or war, for an ollenie against tbe
laws of the United States, except in aid of
the judicial authority, and .abject to I's control;
and If the party ia arrested by ibe military, It it
tbe duty of tbe onicer to deliver bim over im
mediately to tbe civil authority, to be dealt with
according to law, , .....
'I forbore yesterday to state orally the pro
visions of tbe Constitution of tbe United States
which make those prlnoiples the fundamental
law of tbe Uolon,-, because an oral statement
might be misunderstood in some portions of it,
and I shall therefore put my opinion In writing,
and file It in the office of tbe Clerk of the Circuit
Couit In the course of this week."
He concluded by saying that be should cause
his opinions when filed, and all tbe proceedings
to be laid before tbe President, in mder tbat be
mtght perform bis constitutional duty, to enforce
tbe laws by securing obedience to the process of
the conrt.
Here tbe Chief Justice concluded his remarks
snd the ease, as far as tbe Judicial process is
concerned, is closed. ,
The proceedings were witnessed by a large
number or persons, who crowded tbe court-room
and tbe street in front during tb. morning at
tracted thither by the interest and importance
or tbe case in tbe present condition of public af
Presbyterian General Assembly.
Io tbit body, on Tuesday, Dr. Spripg'a resold
tlons, sustaining the general government, tnd
all otheri relating to our national affiirt . were
referred to a Committee of nine,' appointed by
tbe moderator. - me same aueruoon, tbe Com
mittee reported as follows:
"The Committee oo the State of the Country
and the duty of the Church, touching the Pres
ent alarming crisis in our publio affairs, respect
fully offer the following report, whloh wat adopt
ed with but one dissenting voice, tnd ordered to
be tubml'ted to the General Assembly. .
Gratefully acknowledging the distinguished
bounty and mercy of Almighty God towards
this favored land, and also recognising our obli
gatioa to submit to every ordinance or man, for
the Lord's sake, tbit General Assembly adopt
k- riu :n . ..!..!
; "Rttolved, That in view of tbe present t glu
ten tna unntppy condition ot the country, Mon
day, the first day of July next, be hereby set
tpart ti t day of prayer throughout .or bounds;
that on that day ministers snd people tr. called
on nnmoi.v to contest and bewail onr national
sins, to offer onr thankt to the Father of Light
.... t . . .
ior nis BDunoant ana unaeservsa goodness to
us ss a nation, to seek His guidance and bless
ing upon our ralers and their couueils, as well
tt npon tha Congresi then tbout lo assemble,
and to implore bim, in tbe name of Jesus Christ,
tbe great High rriest or tbe Christian psofess
ion, to turn away hit anger from as, tnd speed
ily restore to us the blessing! of t safe tnd bon
orabl.peaoa. t:--, . -,.-. . . ... ..' ,
"2. Retolvtd, Tbat the members of this Gen.
eral Assembly, in the spirit of that Christian
patriotism which the Scriptures enjoin, and
which has always characterized this Cnurcb, do
hereby scknowledge and declare their obligation
so tar as in tosm lies, to maintain the tkmstitu
tlon Of these United States in tbe full exercise
of all ita legitimate powers to preserve oar be
loved Uolon nnim paired, and to restore, iti In
estimable blessing to every portion of the land
"3. Rnolvtd. That, further, in tbe present
distracted state ol tbt country. .Ibis Assembly,
representing tbe whole Cbnrcb, reel bound to
abstain from toy declaration In which all our
members faithful to the constitution and stand
trd of the Church might not be able conscien.
tiously and safely to join; and therefore, out of a
regard at well to tbe Interests of our beloved
country ts to those of the Church, th. Assembly
adopts this minute as id delivtr.ee. , npon tbli
inojeot. i , , ; . ..,.;
Dr. Anderson Presented Dr. Spring's resolu
tioni ti t minority repoit. ' i:
ui. Musgrave made a statement la reference
to tbe action of tbe committee Ha aald tbat
the opinions of all the committee were contain
ed therein; whilst it preserved the tenor of Dr.
Spriog's resolutions, It had been framed in inch
a way ai to concede something In minor details
to the Bouthera member! whose loyalty cannot
bs doubted. . . . .,... .
Dr. Anderson, of California, snoka at some
length in favor of Dr. Spring's resolutions.
Those resolutions spoke our plainly tbtt which
no Uolon man can object to.'. He referred to
the striking out of tbe phrase, "to ttrenn then.
uphold, and encourage tbe Federal Government
In Its hour of peril." -The very - point to bs
mad. Is by thli action left oat. The phraseolo
gy Is,; to a great extent, ambiguous-Mi turns
aside tht very object! that io many1 membortof
the Astembly have been striving for. He urged
vuat 100 passage 01 uz- opriug-v nwniMi.
would be a great expression of loyalty, and in no
small degree oontribote to toe weiu
Urs'ot- tbo
Union.
Judge Ewlng, of Untontown, Pa. p4ie at
some Tength.MrglDg that silence during the
present national trials is almost t criminality.
Beoause the Goreroment has taken i turn to
wards Northers septimants, the South objects,
makes a feeble rlea. and severs her connection.
tie hoped ur.'opnng's resomtiooi wouia re
eel re the countenance of the whole Assembly.
"After some further debate; the meeting ad-
JourMd ovrantil Wednesday morning. ,
CAUCUS OF NORTHERN MEMBERS.
A motion was read In the Assembly, t short
time before adjournment, requesting all those
favorable to Dr. Spriog's resolutions to meet it
the basement of the Chorob. The meeting was
called to order by aoDolntins Rev. Mr. Thomas.
of Ohio, to tbe obair. Tois gentleman, after
stating the call, requested til loose nniayoraBie
to the Doctor's resolutions to reure.,, - , 1
: Mr. Waller said toat the moderator bad slat
ed to him that It was bis opinion that, if the
previous question were moved.lt would come
nnnn th mainriLV renori. mr. trailer sain mat.
coder that circumstance, he thought H wonld be
udicious to offer Dr. bprlng't resolutions as a
substitute. Their passage by the Assembly
might be effeoted in tbis manner. . .,
Dr. Edwards remarked that some of . the
members were of the ODinlon that the resolu
tions of Dr. 8prlng had some reference to the
nresent Administration: therefore, he recom
mended that some clause be added to explain
that there was no referenoe to political parties
in them. J.
' Dr. Thomas then called upon all (bole who
Intended to vote upon Sr. Spring's resolutions
throughout the whole session of the1 Assembly,
whilst there Is t plank to stand upon, to make
it known by rising, uo persons rose
The meeting then adjourned.
American Vessels Under British Colors.
t.. ... 11. I. i
The Cardiff I Wales) Star ssvs: "Owlns to
the civil war that has unhappily broken out la
America, thire are fewer vessels pf that ooun
trv in this Doit than usual, and there Is good
reason to conclude that our trade with our young
republican sister will be greatly checked, if not
altogether interrupted, to long tt the present
dilutes exist-. The measures resorted to by the
southern Uouteaeraey to grant iein 01 maique
ra viawed with ereat concern bv shin own
ers. On Wednesday last, Cspt. Rowland, of
the New York ship Joseph Fish, tpplied to the
magistrates presidlog tt our police court for the
purpose of asking permission to take the oath
or. allegiance to ner majesty,?- i r. '--t 1
"llaDDearea irom nis staiement mat ne is
native of Barnstable, bo t he has been
naturalized In Amerioa. He it about tailing
from tbit port with t oargoof coal for Cnba, but
la sDwehensive. at the ship is an American,
that It mlffht be cantnred. As be felt desirous
of - 'sailing under British colors, he : also
wished to" transier nis tueeiance to tne
nrowm or Uresf nrltain.: :ine maeistrsies
informed him that be must have bis ablp duly
chartered tt t British one; in accordance with
the provisions of the Merohsnt Shipping Act, ir
be wished to secure the protection of the Brit
lh flair. The caotain thanked the magistrates,
and let t the court, somewhat perplexed as to the
best course he oould adopt to secure the speedy
departure of bis ship, which is laden with bar
rels of small coal. The Amerioan shipowners
and masters who are now in this port tre plaoed
in t similar painful situation.
Caora its Aikansas Tbe Little Rock Oa
tett aava that from all Portions of tbe State
advices in relation to tb. coming crops are of
the most promising character. Tbe wheat crop
la the irre&test in breadth, and the most superior
In quality, ever yet made in the State, and the
fruit promises an abundant yield, while the oats
and corn thus tar look exceedingly wen.
' ,." -i I a I -
All tba bankt of New Orleans suspended
specie payment last week.
,
NEW " ADVERTISEMENTS
BAJIST & 60N;
HO. 99 SOUTH BIOH BTBE1T,
ARE NOV; OFFBEINO
1 fO OO yards Saner Plain Black Bilks at tl 00 Value
tl 85peryara. '
8.500 yards Traveling Dress and Mantle Goods
19 li cents value 80 cents pat yard.
3,000 yards White Drtll'iantes at 19 19 cents
value 20 tenti jerjard.
80C0 yards Pins and Domestic Ginghams greatly tn
der value. 1
. -ALSO:-LARQE
AND DESIRABLE LOTS OF
KOZAKBIQTOS, B4OZ0RINES, ' . '
CBAL1I8, rOTJIABD B1IE8,
ETfOLiSH BAEEOES, 1&TELIAI,
. IAW58, CALXC3Z3, I0PI2N8, ;
AND ALL OTHER
Kerw and Faakionable "Drew Goods
la ths most desirable styles and at very losers prices.
Of all materials, nude In the most stylish manner after
ths latest Parts Fashions ths most elegant styles
the olty. .
BAIN fc SOJT,
may 30 ' '; ' No.' 39 Booth High street
Summer Under Garments.
LADIES LISLE TJIWDER TESTS.
- .Ladles Gftala Merino do. do... (.
OlDtsBI'k Drawers and Shirts. - .
Oents India Oauit Drawers sod Bhtrtf.
OottM M ' " "r ' '
" Ganss Merino Under Bhlr's.-" ' '
- " - White and Brown Drillinj Drawers.
i t nivs biacn if rswers. , ;
. , rr i .LiX 1 !
1.H
. - axin jaiftv uouv. ouinp. .
" Bnpsilor Bnglltb Half llose.
" Long Btocklngs.
- fancy Oottoo Half Don.-. .
' Bnipendsrs. .
' OoWen Hill Shirts.
V
. For salt ia
prices, by
may3U.
great variety and at msdsrtte
rv-VT t t BAKf BON,
-' ' Mo, St Booth High Itieet,
Ohio r. White Snlpbur. f Bpriiigs,
- - DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
TmsATORnE .Resoet.vtillbe open
. FOR VlSITOES,
(hi. -i.---i : .; ... ,. r ..... . .
Zi7xvtxci IO, lOOl.
rmiurs srsi.ma boaidiso scanta tbb iusoh, eaa as
AccoaitoDaTis at arancin SATIS
FOB EOOMS OE IHFOEMITION,
ADDRESS
I . I I
J. A. BWAYNIE, !
0., Delaware Oo., Ohloi
' 'tewU Coaler P.
may 28;dlmo. . . -
r ENTLEltlENS FVilNISIlaNCI
Novelties Id Neck Ties and Baarfs.
" Byroa and Oarrots Collars.- -
i ti Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs-
Paris Kid Oloves suptrior make. ; -, i -. u, ,. '
' Golden Hill Shirts, various etjlsaj; i
Boys' Gold en Hill Bhlrta, do m -.Kti, ):..
' Driving and Street U lores, do- : . r- .-. '
i Hemmed Pocket Handkarohlefs, 'Various styles. ;
Half Hose and Under Oanneo tA, , i -
- ..! ,4.. . ,, , ;- BAIN tr. SON, 1
uprlU '. i ..-.. KotSSIoulA High street.!
THE UNION FOREVER!
UMIOI EWTELOsfiRS-A RAHITT OT
. designs, at 4,00 per 1,000. , ..,, , , ' ,.
' TJKIOir ISTTEB A1T0 K0T1 PaPII, ; -
at Itall ths pries eharg ed by small dealers. ' , . : .
TTTHI AD QUABTBRg SO. 73 Boath High street.-.
Columbus, Slay 8,.lb01. . J. H, BILKY, .
BTMNB ORITTCNDtN. . . . HXNBY T. CBrTTINDIH
8. & H.T. CHITTENDEN, j
-,.1 I..T ATT0R5BT8 Af LAWH .-...'
ifiy'.oatss.'g 99. Iroauwajr ;lew,fe'!pfty, aaa
PABsoaa Btrname, Goluxtbus, Chtoa ivv
t lf
Trrn.rnilattMiftonbia toCollfcOonSiv'J "
aprll8:d0 '
t ".-r r.tJ v.-..- f.-iM !'
'b-'ftt
-OrilD.
IIj'iaB. AMIBIO AH WOH OOKFAtm of Wall-
nasi, Uus.,btgsto call ths attoiitlon. ef tin, publls d
Oil followln amnhatla raaonihandatlco. Sf 'Vfaltham
Watohss, by ths loading practical Wukaklnand Jtw-
ltrt throujhoat ths TJnltsd States. Th sntlrs list of
signatures to It li quits too long for pabUoitlon'fii'ont
advsrtltsoMnt'; eat aaats. Vtate wUl bs rsoog
Blssd by wots ttojtaittta wua m. Treat as bsibs ,w m
hlshsst dams rsspsctabls snd and Influential.
At thslr
nUbllslwsnU fOAtywa bs lonod tb.renuw ffthb
ss of the Company's manufacture, fa great variitj.
Y'Lr i IT! 1'JI.AT'J lllJlJAVft '
Blguaturas
treat mamuj otuca auu r" ann. i.n
rsssntsd In tbit list will appear In a tutors advsr
Sift f'.'TTl t?Crt!((0 1T
TOTHSPUBUC.
Hi undrt1sd,FrsUosJWs4Aaaksra act d Mian ia
Walchss, havlBt hoaht at. soU Aatartaaa Fatahtaft r
a number Of years past, and hating .salt la all klndso f
foreign frafchss Ibr tatnch longer aariod of tlms, boj to
stats that they have nsvwr dealt la Watches which, ss s
elan, or ia individual tastaneos, have been more satis-
notary to themssivssor oat tome rs, whsthsi la rsspsctsf
durability, beauty of finish mathsmatlcaily correct pre-
portions, soourats oompensatlou and adjnjtment, of of
fin Hm ittping.yorutU hari thoas naauAidtuiod by
Um Waltham Oomptnt li .tt-iint- '..v,ifi:t; -T
W. I. ORITTMDilti ' ') u . OloTslaod,,... 0bi.
f S, BLYBW;"! r'if,n"-'Oaluaibus,. it. 4' in,
JAMBS J BOSS. yi.-,ii:i)la i Baoa)rills,.'iHS iW
H. JBNKWS fc 00., '' Oinotnnatl, -1 w r,
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JOHN H. UOHBB, Psorla, " ' .,
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H. D. KATS, BloomtDgton, ', r,
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T. B. LITTLE,
CARSON Jt BRANNON, '
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THOS. OOWDBY, .
A. W. PYLI.
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v. w. BKirr,- t
J Jt A OaKDHBB. ,
W.O.DEPBtlZ.
MAUftlCB ct HENRY ,
JBHO tYLYBITIR. . .
J I. BOOTT a CO., , .
T. B. HUMPHRCYS,
B. A. VOOtErl.
P. W.LEINBBOK. i
J. W. MON rQOMJKKY,
BBNJ B.OOOK, ,.. ;.
8 0HILD8, 1
DEXTER k BABKTXB,
I D tlsDALB,
A" BSRT PITTS,
BLLIB OiyrORD, "
P. W. MAOOMBBR,
J. i BURNS,
JBBBB SMITH,
f. M. LAMB,
B. N. BTOKY. '"
LBVI JOHNSON,
ANOBBW WABRIN '
Oa. ;
Mo, '
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Va. :
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N.' 0, i
. Wheeling. ;
Btchmond,
. Balsa,
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' . ..'.IfewbenT,
8. 0:
' Northamoton, Moss.
now Heorora,
if T" K-ili Hfr . T
-'i Taunue, .-. , -
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- - tall River,- u,,
OlouoeslsT,
.. Salem . t
" Worcester,
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I - Wsltham,
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- Lowell,
Lynn, '
' LawTwnee
- ti
0. W. JOOQ.
AMOS SANBORN, - . .,
JOHN BARTON,
JOHN MoGRlQOR, ' '" ' '
W. M. ROOT.
J0I1NB. BCOTt, ' ' '
N. MOODY. .
WM. KliiKHAM, Jr., . .,
L.D.ANTHONY Jt CO., ,
PBLSO ARNOLD,'
TUOMAB BTBBLB fc 00., -
HEMINGWAY fc 81'BYENB,
' PItUSeld,
i r a.
: OreeaBetd,
Bprlnsnsld,
ProTtdenee.
B. I.
B.flraenwlch; '
Hartford,.) Conn.
WM. Booaas AtaoM,
Il v '
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HSW .HaVCBTrM
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a 1 1 i
J, V. B.1HBI,
OBOBSB BROWN, 2 O ; '
K. B. BUNTINOION at 00.
. A. WOODIOBD,
ibury. , I 'i i-I t
Dsabury.
n. v. uatu.
Mlddlstown, "
JOHN X. BMtTH Tt-T f- :"jry'T T "
JOHN GORDON, -- -J r .. T,,tliaon'
J. 0. BLACKMAN, Brtdgeport,,
JAS.R. AYBB8. ' ?Wawrtarp,,--''1!'-
BHERBCRNB SHAW, Banbornton, N. H
L. R. HANDSRtON, Coneordc ' ' ' I
K.KNlOHT.t tiM'.rT,lwifir " I
N. 0. OARR, ... " "I
OBO. W. DREW CO., r " '' M
a. J Hltr.T.TSH
' WailoTart
W. 0. 0. WOODBtTRY,
REUBEN 8PBN0BB, ' '"
WM. B. MORRILL -
BTnnARn nnvR.
Clareaonf, ''
-v I H . If
ftreter, 'n
'..'
' "Ii
LaconU,
'Nashua, -!
Dover, '
Ha. BanricW. :
JONATHAN HOBMIS, '. "
N. W. GODDARD,
OHAS. E. BACON, .
all
it!
Ms.
P. M. HARDIBON.
TWOMBLY at SMITH,
MOBBfl M. SWAN, .....
J.A MBRRILL
J4MB4 EMERY, . ... ,
8IME0N BLOOD, . .
HENRY H.HAM,
ROBERT N. BODGE.
oaoo,
Augusta; -
Portland, '
' Bucksport,
Rockland, '
'Portsmouth;
2 L ...
ii I- SI' j
O It I
HBNBY McKENNBY, .
J. T. HOWLAoD.
Aubnrn, '
Bath,- ' :
.. "antor,, , ..
Gardiner,
Houlion. A
Lewlitoo, ,rl
Borllogion,
TOMPEINB At MORRIS. . ,
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
Q. B.AtG L.ROQERB, 'J.
D. B. LCOV, . ..
D.O. HALL. .
BBINBMA1D k. BILDRXTH,
,VIV
u. u. nartuiDH, - .
T. 0. PUINNEY,
A. A. MIAD,
VMoutpeHe;;!
vraaioru.
J. 0. BATB8, , , - i
J.H. MORDOCK,
0. 0. 0HILD8, '
O. H. ntJNTINGTON,
ui'
' NorlhUeld."'.'." "
Woodstock, ,'f. 'VI
'.'...8t. Johnsbury, ' ".
htu Albaas. -.i
, . Ohslsea, M,. . .
Nswbury,' '"
Bellows Palls, T "
' New Orleans, La.
POBTIB GROW. .
W K. WALLAOl, .
LIANDI8 AMADON,
0. B J INNINGS.
eaiooRetco., .
a. onnRRBt.T..
A. N. BAi.r, - '--u.-iJ ft -J tTM'ufiih,.. til i'fU
. nsicoes.
BOBtRT WJXKEB, w.u; orontavo s v. 0. W.
CAir(m.-As our Watch' 4 hew sifemnvety coaster
fatted by foreign manuactiiMr, ws.hiralnf?a the
p'uMie that as walch'taci 'oaf 'i'tR;wl'UBiie.
eompsuiid by a certlfleate eT gulatutss, besrteg fhs
aambsr sf ths Watch, aad wlfaeel by tot Traaiarsr, B.
i, . . - ...... o r' , ,. i
Bobbins, or by onr predecessors, Applston, Tracy
CV'.1t..!ii .'...'.arf'.-.Ti) . . ..i I.
As thess watches art fop. sal ty Jewelers generally
tbmgbeat th4 TJnlon, the Amsnoaa Watch Company
do aot solicit orasn Ior sing la watclM..' , f -
ntfiri !t
w wnnn-rr?!' aPPTBTdfr
blifi?' iwin i ,, : i Tj " .' t ti
-7M i u i .waoMsiit Atwaav ne its aroaawa, -
. ste.e. w. m. hi
y,
SPECIAL NfsTITFQ
MANHOOD.
HOW LOST, HOW BEBIOBXO.
JUBT PUBLISHED, ON TBI HATUHB. TUBA
UBM1 AND RADICAL OUBB Or BPBRa ATORBUB A
or Seminal Weakness, Bexual Debility, Nsrvouinoss.Iu
voluntary Imtutone and fmpataaey, atanuini Iraat ,
Beir-abuis, ato. By llobt. J. OulrerffMl, M. D. Beat
aodet seal, In a plain envelope, to any addrcas.patt
ptio.r on
aolBtoftwo stamps, by nr. OHAB. J.0
BXIH
UilflB, owsry. new son,
fottOmoe Box, Bo
mar31:3mdfcw
. inorrAT'8 a-iria pills.
; ta til sums of eostlverilss, dyspopste, bUlioaa ao Hts
.ffMtlont, piles, rheumatism, fevers and arose, iobsll i
Bats head aches, and all general derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved t oertaln ana speedy
mmsdy. A single trial will place lbs Life Pills bsyo&d
tbs res efcsmpsUHon .In tbo astlmaUoB of every pa
Bsnt. '.. ,.'.'....' ,v"v
Dr. Moffat's Pbomlz Bitters wfu be found sqaally ef.
caclons la all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, hstd
ache, tbs sickness Incident to females in dslleatt asalu,
and svery kind of weakness of tbs digestive organs,
tarsals by Dr. W, B. MOJFAT, 335, .Broadway, M. . -
and by alt Druggists, '. ; - tiay-dkwlj
Tile following ii an extraot from
ItttS' written by tbs Rev. J. B. Holme, paster oi the
Plenepolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, If. Y.,to
the Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0. , and speaks
volumes In favbr of that world-renowned medlolna, Mas,
f,.uv. m WWV.D.nw ."." .
' "Wseeeaa advertlsment m your columns of lias
Wikilow's SooTama Bvaor. Now we nevsr said a word
tn favor of a patent medicine before ia our Ufa. tut we
tool oompeUod to say to your readers that this Is no hum
bug WSBiVBTRirD IT, AID IWW IT TO Ala, IT
cum. It Is probably one or tn most swossst ai ateaf
does of the day, because It Is one of the best. And those
of your readers Who nave names can't oo Better man.,
lay in a supply." ; atf7:lydw
,) . . T caateumptivaa.-'
Tbs Advertiser, having been restored to health in a faw
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having offered sev
eral J wltn " eTre lung- affeotloB, and that dread
us, Ooosumptlon is anxious to mats Known to nis
fellow-snflsrert the means of ears. , i , ;
To all who desire It, he will send . copy of the presort. -
Hon used (free of charge), with ths directions for prepar
ing and using ths same, which thsy will Sad a sets Oca
for OosseamoM, Asrarsu, Baowcwms, Ate. Tbs only
objsoi Of the advartlser hi sending the PrssorlpUoa Is to
btne&t tba afflicted, snd spread Information which be son
selves to bs tsvalwable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try hli remedy; salt will cost theai aotblng, and may
prove a blsulng.
fames Wlining un praoripuon will puaaa .uurta
Bav. EDWABD A. WILSON,
Wllliamsburgb, " '
Kings County, New
Yoik.
oot3:wly
WlEEnraiS0lf3
M-KasS-ViStUVJ'i
, PRICES BID0CID
Prom ths New ork Observer.l
'At all parties manufacturing Bewlng Machines are ob
liged lo p.y Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled to make returns to bim, under
oath, ss to the number sold, bis books give a correct state
ment. Prom this reliable source ws have obtained the
following statistics. Of ths machlnsi made in the jeer
1SS9, tbere were soldr -
. By Whtelsr At Wilson 81,303
' " I. M. Singer At Co..... lO.OU
" Grover tt Baker 10,ae
Showing the sales of Wheeler At Wilson to be ioMe
thoas of any other Company." ; '
Awarded the highest premiums at the
- United States Pairs of lritf, 18JD and 1800; . .
IsTtA ' ' alas at the ..' 5
Ohio Btats Pairs of 1859 and 1BS '
v ' lad at nearly all ths County Pairs ia ths Bute.
Our prloes, at tha lata reduction, at o tots as any
lock $tic maohlae now told, aad but a trifle higher than
ths Interior tteo thrtad chain tUeh machin, now
forced upon thomarkct..
The WHBBLBR At WILSON MA0HTN1 makes ths
Loot Sticb the onlyone which cannot beravsled. It
is Aima os Both Bisaaof ths goods, leaving no rUtg or
chain on A under tid.
All maeMn ltaranitd 3 ysrirs, oruf inotrucUem
given In their use,, free of oharre.
n. 0RARY,81 nigh St., Columbus, 0.
WM. SUMNER At CO.,
1 decS-Sawd3matw6m Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between. Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
i . i i r
The following new and magnificent flrit-tUil paddle
wheel Steamships oompsse Ibe above line:
ADRIATIC, 5.888 tons burthen, Cspt, J. Maut
.i y -y (Pormerly of the Collins Line )
HIBERNli, 4.400 tons burthen, Capt.K.PBOwaw.
COLUMBIA, 441.0 ' '".,," B.LirrcB.
AN0LI4, ' 4.400 . I' NioaouO.
PAOirlO, Soo " .- , a- I, tuna.
PRINOB ALBERT (Screw.) . .
. - 1 ,-: 3,300 " ' . ., , J.Waina.
' One of the above ships will leave New Tork or Bostaa
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oalway. ear
ning ths government malls, touching at Bt. Johns,
the- Steamers of this line have bees contracted with
(he greatest cars, under the supervision of the govern
ment, bars watertight compartments, and ars unexcel
led for comfort, safety and speed by any steams is afloat.
Tbsy are oommanded by able and experienced officers,
aad svery exertion will be mads to promote the comfort
Of passengers. , "
, Aa experience Jargon attached to each ship.
,.!',' - HATES OF PASSAGE.
Plnt-eletsN. Y. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool 100
Seoood-olais, " " ,,. 75
rirst-olass, " " to St John's 35
Third-class, " " ' to Oalway or Liverpool,
or any town in Ireland, oa a Railway, - . 30
Third-class passengers are liberally supplied with pro
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by ths ser
vants of tbe Company.
. . , UETVBN TICKETS.
Parties wishing to send for thslr friends from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, la
Inland, or from ths principal cities of England sod Mot
Isnd, at vary low rates.
Passengers for New York, arriving by the Boston
Steamers, will bs forwarded to New York f roe of Charge.
Por passage or further Information, apoly to - '
W. H. WIOKHAH.
At the office of the Company, oa ths wharf, foot of
Canal street. New York.
. 1I0WLAND at ASriNWALL, Agents.
..anilllfcdCm.
Mi
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b wim . 'A' ,"t j
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FIRST-', . ; . ...
' OPENING OF THE $EA$0
. OP .....' . .'. '
SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T Pw ROSETBI
I. AOAlFT OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
'an en II re new sloes of Goods In my line. Just parch
seed lo New York at the cheapest panic rates ,ali of whlcbr
I shall sell at tbe smallest profits, for Cash. My sojtom
era and friends are respectfully Invited to call and exam
ine my Goods and Pilces, as I am determined to sell as
cheap or cheaper than any other house In ths olty; and
as I do my own Cutting, and superintend my awn hturi
ness, I feel assured, from my long experience In ball
Bess, to give general satisfaction. Tbo finest of work
men are employed, sd all work dons strictly to time and
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city would oonsult their interest by giving me a call
before purchasing eliewbere. . Ru91,
, i :.)- i j -,, v - i . Msroaant Tailor,
marcbW-dly. :.. ,. , Cor. Ulgb and Iowa sts.
Watchei! Diamonds'!! Silverware!!!
A CHOICE A'SORTfrlEIVT Of GOLD
and Bllvor Watches, ta great Tarlety. -I
am Agent for the Awaaisaa Watch Co., ana can
sell these excellent Wait lies at muufaetarers' prloes.
either Wholesale or Betall. ,
Corns and ebooee from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btyles new .prices low.
As to Silver Warw of sterling quality, I can show new
patterns, very handsome
BIlTsr Plated Ware, Tea Betts, Pres. Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Porks, Spoons, ato.
Then I have a supply of fins Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Bason, -Ato., and many, Taney Goadssuch as
are desired for presents at such prices aa are an Induce
ment to the pureaaeen .- j - WM. BLYMH, .
.' 13 ti . " . No, 10 Buckeye Block,
marSl . .:-,. North aids Btats House square.
Xaftet' Zinea f ocket-Handk'fi.
HEM HIED STITCHED LINEN BAND
kerehlsrs vary wide hems.
Xmbrolderad Linen Handk'l all prices.
Hemmed Btltched and plain do, do.
do ' do oolored borders.
. - Mourning do black border
do do. ., new style cross stitched.
' Pins Apple do ' new patterns.
" Mlise,' Plain aed nemmed Btiinhed do all prices.
Oomsristnc ths most aslsot assortment In tliselty-aod
at wweet prices. nam ss nun,
feh'
No. W loath High Street.
MALTESE cV THREAD LACE MITTS
ef elsgaut oaallUes for Ladies; also, MImm' Mltta
a great variety mSaiivs,
' laaral .'. -' 1 ' " ''

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