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TUfiiOAV :lOENINO, JUNE 1W 1861.
At IbceMbn dvances, tne eubjeot o( State
pihflqieiini 'to attraoi:tht'attentloii of the
pa,od nui o.-tb jiewepapcrs are freely
dlsonseing tla necessity and propriety of atuo-
dbntng !j tIUIcel organizations, tod uniting
tb' whole. "people of tb Bute upon a single
ticket, road up (torn men heretofore occupying
hMtila 'position!,' and ranged under different
pollrtoal -binncre; while other Journali vent
nteotly object to euob a proceeding.
. Jbetebld Repnblioant of the Giddimoi stripe
wibt . fat! 'trreprewlble ticket; modertto Re-
pub:iotii,rt fTorbl to a Union; and the
trloketsrf juid manager! are very math dls
tmrbed a whet Is (coins; to la Hie ranks of (he
,Ttoo Republicans wljo desire a Union ticket
appear to.be hostile to the re-Domlnstion of
Got. Dennison, snd tbts fact nay bare rome"
,JIL 1 :-J , a. t 1..
uBueiica in inauoing mem to favor sncb
ibacbi.. JBat fbere 4e tnotber motive with
many eflhem, end in onr opinion the control!
log inotive; and thst Is this : Having Tor jears
necfi intensely sectional, and baring devoted
tkeir time and energies in making war upon the
Sooth and the institution or slavery, and thus
acHtrdj aided In producing the very state ol
.-ings ,wmch,nas culminated in onr present
aaational disaster, tbey now seek to get np
Union organisation with the hope that by
euca -a proceeding acd tht movtment which
wquld, follow,' their pa. I kins would be forgotten
ana mey wonia Uins oeeape a proper retrnnel-
611lty and aeconntablBtj for tbeir wicked and
a. A number of Demoorats also ex orris a desire
to bare a Union tickst, thinking that ' In the
01 national trouble, We should
eio.oae irom oublio new any evidence of di
(vwlon among the people, lest we might therebj
damage tke eaue. Men wbp bold opinions Ol
thrs sort, art to be esteemed most highly, and
their devotion to their Country, admired, by all
wait ieiiow-citltan. But does it follow that
; oecwse yen run a ticket nominated by ' Con
vention and supported on cerUln fixed nrinal
,plee, that you thereby disclose any evidence ol
division to the sense referred toT - Wo think
oI at least the fact that the Democratic part)
had nominated a ticket of State officers In Ohio,
would never go forth to the world as evident
.ow weaxoess. in Union eaase eould la no
-Way be Injured by such nominations. Every
, man inows inai tne democracy now, as It al
ways l)aa been heretofore, is the Union party
aevotea to tbe Union and having failed to pro
setve It by compromise, is now prepared to fight
.ur 11s preservation, ;
The antecedents of the Republican party are
no in initimiuaMaodwThat party bat
been intense!. hostile- to- the Union, and has
used its every effjrirtordisjolve it; but now It
'. federal Administration, and of couree
, It Cionot turn Its back upon the Union, no mat
ter bow hostile the Jaading spirits to Abe party
may be to foe siered bonds (hat bind the StaUi
't together! , ' 1 - ,"
1( tbe Republicans were to unite in a Union
-wjoveaeoti it would. not be real and genuine!
'They have announced from the nreas. the
. utiveliairaod tbe furum, that there wu now
"no party" any more, and yet In alt- tbe civil
ppointmente snd moli of the military -ones
made by the President, there Is tbe most palpa-
t bJ o(T((0le party selections made; and tbe
same remark Is true of tbe aotlon of tbe author
ities in the Stato Governments. '
4nnhr. fact ) apparent to every one; and
., that ie, that Repob'.icaniem is not equal to tbe
emergency which Is to be met. There never ws
' a ptrty In the United States that eould settle
any t formidable diffioulty wi h which we ban
been in tbe past beset , but tbe Democratic party
Itbas been f ql to tbe occasion in all former
etpergtncies, and it must be summoned to tht
work now. Ihi It not unfortunately been divi
, ded at Baltimoroln its Convention in Jane last,
- tbe Democracy woold 00 be In the aeceodent
tbe Union be safe: ' But that division allow-
- il'l , tie elec4oq of a seotional ondldteV and
jhla was the beginning of sorrow.) t j ?.. .
v''1? Democrsoy of tbo -country ' must 'pot
north lt ' ipower and . make,' ono' herculean
Yfft fer the CocsUtution.and the. Union.. It
u wo irmly believe, eave both. If it can
loi, Vhen Indeed Is bur future dark and drea
. irC "TLo. .first; movement ,ofH.the Democ-
. raey la to regain their ascendency in all tbe State
'' Governments k the free 8tates. - This they
( must, and we think dan do; because wo believe
.theitboneande of "conservative men will loin
them in tbo eflort. who never were members of
the Detuoewtlu patty, 1
As the Demooratio party act always Utn e
Ueloe perry there is no oeocsiity for It Joining s
A Union party, while there is a manifest propriety
: itfo.lt theeo dtliene who have either directly ot
" ' I jdlrtotly , froni the nature of their party organl
, aAtion, made war npon the Union, and wbo now
a jo the error of. theirs former action, at-
Caching themselves to a Union party. This
' .1 . , , ww VJ , WVUWUg, Will BViUlg
. la the Democratic organisation, whioli bu al
ways been for tht Union and ready to make any
.'j''i)erillce torpreervo It.' ' . ',",J'- ' '
, u . Wbra men therefore talk about organizing a
1 --Union party, we, would suggest to them that
'(hero now in being a grand old pwty, the verj
" ' 1 essenct of whose existence is the Union, and it
, ie much better to strengthen Its ranks, fill op
' Its columns, and transfer to Us keeping tbe
'."various State Governments In the Free Sutes,
and thps take one msgnlflctnt step toward the
vt -1 adjustment of our national troubles and the re
t' t'. itUlahacntof our Federal Union in all its
-" trenlh, power and beneficence. ""'
The Right of Secession.
i ' It is urged, becanto mere is bo direct denial
" in the Federal Conetltotioa of the right of s
State to secede from the Union, that, therefore,
-. tnch rigbt exists. , But there wae no need of s
'provision- negativing any such alleged right
tiM ti.int. tn 11 tka l.l.i -ftni In (Val.
. sovereign capaolty la the formation 0 a nee
government, made the supreme law of tbo (and,
ejtMigtt'TteCo&stltutlon or laws ot eoj
' 8:ate to tbe contrary notwithstanding, ' ,
, .The Constitution formed a perpetnal Union.
1. Ik mum nnt nMBlr In tnrmlna annk a Ifnlnt.
, to declare that no member tnereof should b
nrm!tl(t La dluolva It. Tha diutUnttora
. ;i the preamble that the people of the Unltei
: fiuttef ordained and established the Constitu
tivo, iu viucr iv ivkui it uivrv vriviM mvu,
and to secure flie blessings of liberty to them
' eelves and their posterity,", prove that then
wu oca great primary object kept in view it
the formation of tba new form of government-
thai tbe new Union should never be dissolve4
by any one State or any fraotlon ot the Confed
eraey, and only, if ever, lo the eamo msnntr in
eblob it was originally formed, by the consent
of tht whole people.
Tbo phrase a mora perleot Union;" Is peca
llsrly elgnificant. There bad been a Union
under tbo old "Articles of Confederation."
which bad shown itself utterly Incompetent to
raise a revenue, support the public crodlt, reg
olatt trade or . commerce, or provide for the
wanle and eafety of tbo country. Tbo great
defect lo tbe old Union wat that tbe State Gov
ernments bad it la their power to obstruct and
In many instances to defeat tht measures of
the General Government. Therefore, tbe peo
ple adopted a Constitution or a national and
eupreme authority in place of tbe old Confeder
ation or Partnership, in order to form "a uipi
Tbe Constitution fully reoognisee the exis
tence of all the States, their Constitutions and
laws. , It was, by the unanimous consent of all
tbe delegates of. all the States in Convention as
sembled, submitted to tbe people of tha United
States, by whom It was ratilied and adopted.
lis ratification and adoption bound alike the
people at oitisens of States and as citizens of
one Republic. For In both capacities tbey bad
agreed snd hiund themielves by the most sol
earn obligatioua that men . can enter Into, that
the Constitution should form a more perfect ae
well as a perpetual bond of Union.
There Is, by the Constitution, no more a right
of seceeston than there it of resistance to the
lawe, ora rebellion. In fact, the eeoesslon of a
State, as it Is called, is nothing less than an or
ganized rebellion against the authority of tbe
Federal Government, and ae euob the Govern
ment io bound to disperse and puciah tbo iadl
vlduals composing It.
Tbe Secessionists confound two things essen
tially distinct the power of the Federal Gov
ernment to ooerco tbe State Governments witb
ite power to compel tbe people of the several
States to obey the federal laws. They call the
latter State coercion, and deny its constitution
llty. ': . .. ..
- Tbe State Governments art In their sphere
distinct and separate from (he Federal Govern
ment.' There are certain attributes of sover
elgoty conferred by tbe Constitution on tbe Gen
erat Government, such as tbe power to coin
money, to keep up armies and oaviee, hold in
tereouree. with foreign nations, ate , which are
denied to the States, and tbe usurpation of whiob
by a msjority or any portion of tbe people In
State, or in any nnmbtr of States, Is an act of
leeessien or rebellion.-
These and similar aots cannot be regarded as
the sots of State Governments, for they have no
power as Governments to do such things. There
is, therefore, In tbe nature of the case, no snob
thing as ooerolng or punching a State or
Stale Government for disobedience to the Fed
eral Constitution and laws. But it is no matter,
whether those who usurp tbe powere confided
oy the Constitution in tbe Federal Government,
end teeist its constitutional autnoiity, call
themselves a State or Confederacy, tbt power
to ooerce, or in other words, to disperse and
punish them, is as full and perfeot as though
they were called by any other name, and num
bered only five or eix Instead of m many mil
lions. ' v '
- c 1 a a
A Restraining Power.
Sine the bombardment of Fort Sumter about
the middle of April, nearly two months ago,
the hostile forces of tbe United States snd ol
the rebellious Confederatee b.vt been conoen
1 rating in tht Immediate neighborhood of each
other, and yet no regular engagement bat been
fooght, and very few lives have been loet. It
hae been remarked as something almost mlraca
loot that no one wat killed In tbt bombardment
of Sumter. . It is no less wonderful, considering
tbt excitement that followed tht tveot all ove
the country, that sixty dayt havt tinct elapsed,
almost without theebedding of blood. -One
can hardly help yielding to tht sug
gestion in tbe addreas oi tbe lato Border State
Convention, that tbe band of Providence bat
Interfered hitherto to prevent tht effusion oi
blood in this lamentable fratrloidal strife. This
solemn pause in tbt conflicting elements seems
like a wsrning to our countrymen from above,
tliat they should seek to avert the awful oalaml
ties of civil war by strenuous efforts for concili
ation and peace. . ,
It may be, that should this warning this
"day of grace," at It Were, be passed by no
heeded, wt shall' as a people bt givtn over to
that wot and desolation, which has been tbe fate
of other" nations who havt shown a barbaric
willingness, .and a murderous eagerness to 1m-
brut their hands In each other's blood. Wt tay
this, not In bshalf of those who havt organized
rebellion and treason sgalntt tbe Government,
but for tbt takt of the mass of our countrymen
bo art loyal . to tbe Union, yet deprecate the
shedding Of blood and the frightful consequences
of civil war. - ;
[From the Keokuk Gate City, June 1.]
[From the Keokuk Gate City, June 1.] An Interesting Scene--Two Brothers
in the Army Recognize each Other
after a Separation of Years.
The hftnt belonging to the Mahaska Greys,
stationed on Fifth street, wae tbe meant of
prlnging about a singular 'coincidence and an
affecting scene. . Tbe Davenport Artillery
Company ia quartered in tbo adjoining build
ing, and lhavt tha pleaeurt of poeeeeeinw one
01 tnt taiieet men in tne ranks, me nignt is
olxjfeet foar and a halt inchest they challenged
bis elze against any tbe Mahaska boyt could
product; but when tbeir 'infant" wae trotted
out, tbe latter beat him by one-fourth of an
inch. Wheeler Cbadwlck is tbe name of this
werIoe individual. It seeme, bowever, that
Makaska eaa bra on tall men senerallv: and
at too moment unaowics naa measured, a pri
vate of tbe same company, named Wm A
Orville, stepped out and placed himself back
10 back witb tbe Davenport champion, savins;.
nai prooamy ne couia use mm. tie aia ; and
urninaj round to ask ma opponent t name: he
at once recognised blm to be a long loet broth
er, and wbom be bad not seen since 1851, when
at nis wedding in Madison, Indiana. In a mo
ment they were in each otbef'e arms, and tbeir
feeiinge can be imagined better tban wt can
describe them. Ibey bad not beard of eaob
other eince that separation until at tbie happy
moment, ine letters name is J. u. Urville
e book-binder by trade: bt bat worked in this
city io Mr. Pearoe'e bindery, and le well known
to a great many of our citizens. He bat latley
lived In Davenport..
euctt le iu. tier are two brothers, after
fears of absence, brought together by tbeir
k-ernesa to eervo tbeir country. Thev are
Virginians oy oinu, out or tnat stock wbicb
never provee rale to tbe lug of tbeir country.
Mr Douglas' Death.
ACTION OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT.
Information having been received of tbt de
cease or tbe Hon. Stephen A. Douglae, a Sena-
or in tbe Longrets or the United States, and
bat his funeral Obsequies will take place at
Cbloago. and not at th e capital, as wat eupoot
ad, tht President direote that the public office
cloeed oo lb day of that eeremooy, in honor
A th memory of the deceased.
The Executive Meniloor and other enblfo
lulldlog-, will bt draped In mourning for the
(wrioa r . . t . j a .
DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
WASHINGTON, June 5, 1861.
T The. Missouri Stole Jewntsl oi the 7tk oi
June Is pretty severe on tbt venerable Doctor
Eujott, editor of tbt Ckri$tln Ait ft at Bt.
Louis. Tbt Jeartal It ttroogly Imbued with
Southern feeling, and may bt elaseed ae a se
eesslon paper, without doing injustice to U. Dr.
Elliott, who It an aged man, and minister In
tht M. JG. Church, bu, In bit jlrftwcett, Jmbllih.
td some severe strioturee tgalnst the editor of
tbe Missouri Jounul, and evidently hat goat a
ttep too far, In en: ploy log language .calculated
to encourage the net of vloleoe toward tbt
editor of tbo Janrttl : .
Wt did not, however, propose in tht outset
of this article to notlct tht controversy a
length', but our objeot In referring to it wat
imply to speak of Dr. Elliott, whom wt re
member, In our schoolboy date, as a froieesor
la Madison College, at Untontown, Pennsylva
nia, then under tbe patronage of tbt M. h,
, Dr. Elliott la known to a large number of
our readers, and is conceded to be among tbt
most learned and pure men in the land. 1 u
His course, bowever, on tha slavery question
It a riddle that no man cansolvs. Ha was a
member of tbt General Conference at New
York, in 1814, when tht plan of separatist; of
tha M. E. Church wat reported to that bedy.
and urged ite adoption. The plan was adopted
and tbe M. E. Church divided, litteraly on tne
line between the elavo and fret States, n That
was an Important and Influential ttep leading
to our present difficulties, and Dr. Elliott
thought it all right and proper nay, he taid tht
division of tht Church (tht cast of Bishop An
naiw being tbecanse of It) wu not only proper,
but that U teas scriptural Seventeen years have
passed away, and now wt find Dr, Elliott edit
ing tbe St. Louis ChrhtUn Advualt,Mi Indi
rectly urging the maltreatment of a men who
defends or sympatblzet with t plan of separation
of our Federal Union, npon a line drawn be
tween tbo free and slave States, similar to the
plan of division of tbt M. E. Church adopted
in 1844, and defended on tht Convention floor
by tbe Rev. Mr. Elliott.' If Dr. Elliot wet
right in 1844, the editor of the St. Louis Mrpal
is right now, and with tht record of tbt former
in the General Conference in 1844, in defense
of the separation of tbt Chorcb (tbt secession
of tbo South) wt think tbt venerable Divine
would do at well (0 fill his column with legit
imate Church news and religious miscellany, and
leave to tht stouter papers the discurslon of the
preeent vexed queetions connected with tht con
ditlon of the country. - j u,' S
The Cotton Movement.
Wt havt compiled tht following oomparatlrt
ttattment 01 tbe reetipts 01 oottoo t me vs
rioue porti eince tbe firet of September Irom tbt
latest mail Oatee reoetvea at mis omcei
He Orleans. Kay M- . !.' 134
M.iM, Mar l ,
florldi, Mar 18 )07.mt
rent, alaj 18.... 13t71
tiTiaaih. Hay tJ. ...... .... 'S7S 714.
Obarkatoo. hey S3.. ....w......, lnttMt i
Nonb Oarolina. Mar jfi 45i
t sue ess
Virginia, Maroh 1 ,
The reeettpte at Memphla to tha 28th of May,
whlob bare been shipped to other tban receiv
ing: porta, emount to 183,869 tales, against
119 B4B to the eorreepondln 'data Jeet vr.
Tnle would make tb aotoal receipt 3.M4.498
balee asaloat 4,459 25 lastysar, abowisg a d
crsase ot 8l4.Td7 balee. , - w
STOCKS IN SOUTHERN PORTS.
WtwOrlraos. Mar tS tfl,94 'B8 M
M.bll. Mu 4 .....H.'rlUI; tUi
rierUa, Mar It- ..ntUJet
TaxacMa, 18.... J14
iomn.li Ma ts bs ess
Hoilb Oarollaa. hay IS ' 7t
Tiff lala, SUrJl 1 iOt
. , BOW
New Terk. Marl-
EXPORTS TO FOREIGN PORTS.
To Great Brluua.....M.
Tetrasee ' SeSSSS S43 5W
TaotawforetfB forts,.. IS1.847 ,7ie
Total f .fatPOrts. 4 036.710 1 530 MS
ZeRorUienV.t.Prts. 911,407 B7S.M4
More Troops Needed.
Tbt Washington correepondent of tht New
York Evtning feet, la bit letter of June 6ib,
More troops it now tht universal demand of
all uomlllury men nera. nor oo tnt military
eutboritiet oppoeo tho o-y they simply ktep
tilenee. Tht eewiy filer fallt in with tbe
ponuler elamor, and If any ont will takt tbt
paint to examine a few faott it will be difficult
for him to resist tho conclusion that mort
irooos art needed In and about the capital
Hera la a group of tbt faott s Tht aocounte
brought in by tbe rebel forcea differ greatly j
even tbt government scouts, tomt ot tnem, run
up tbeir number at luanaasas junction to tbirty
tnousand. and at Harper's Ferry to an equal
number. . Wt bara no positive knowledge of
tha number of the enemy; the rebel leaders are
desperate men; tbey art unqaeetlonably con
ceallnc tbeir number In the region of Rich
mond, and are oonoentratltg an Immense .force
at Manaaeat Juottion and Harper's Ferry. Tbe
government conttmplittet an early movement
ea tbo Junction. Support, toon making an
stuck, it finds an enemy tner even twenty
thousand etrooe. well fortified In their position
by earthworks, of oouree it wtuld not bt safe
to make an attack witn ism man winy tnous
and troops. And it woold make it unsafe to
pare that number from Washington. No rlek
whatever ebould bo incurred witb tbt tapltat,
Its lost woold bs sach a death blow, that, lbs
merest poeiibliity of mob a reveree ebould not
bt rl.ked. There ebould not be lets into iuu,
000 loval troons between Baltimore and Manas
sas J unotion twenty thousand at tbt Relay,
Annaoolie Junction, aod a-nerdinf tbt railway
from Baltimorti forty thousand la Washington
and over on the Potomac hiila, and forty thous
and for tho attack . on Maoaeaas Junction.
Theeo nambera weald makt a tar thing of tht
attack, ani would inevitably give at tbt rebel
fore at Harper 'e Ferry at prisoner of war
Dispatch from Mr. Platt.
On Saturday night, Governor Dennleon rt-
celved from Mr. flatt, agent or tbe Btato at
wathlneton. tbt following dispatob, wbieb win
be read with 'great satisfaction. It will bt mm
that tbt reporti relative to tbt destitution of
tht 1st and Sd Keel menu or Ubi volunteers
have been greatly exaggerated, and tbat but
little reliance is to ot placed npon tei-grapnio
dienatohee based upon rumore-' The Governor
tent 125.000 bv Mr. Flatt to pay tha Ohio Vol
antM r in Washington lor one montn't servioe,
and they will be paid at once:
By Telegraph from WMhltfKton. '
JUNE 8TH, 1861.
Te Gov. Dnrae; - --
I arrived ki ible atomic (. ealled a tWr. Obaee,
ueufiwiUi kiatke aaooev lor eartae tbe flrit end
naoad BoitaMDts, ee par liutracUooi. This sItm
I ml satlifaoiloe to all eoooemd. rayaekt will be
nail en Moedat-. - fkall I nealTe aVoeshav, and let
the utount bs eiedlled le Ike tuie, ee Xrtaeery aetat?
Utter appears te aae pivrtraklt.
I viitlaa uw oamp, ui witn Bscs pieaiere aarare
yoa tk-t th tatemanla which have appMTed ia ike pa
ueraef tlx bad a alltt-a of the tloUilat ef ear awa.
are irtatly txartental. leek, at Itaet, h the axar-
aoc nei-i iroa eu iBeoUMra eosnra eiia, oae
eolf ezaepidi, tn gnaaM 0 eoaplalol Whirh Saw
ti l et an bu rtaovad by eapplles sew faralah In
art. aad rejMae M te reraWM esea by She United
,pitaa). . - -
Oxl WUiea nrs Ibe esemd BetlaMat sur eatd three
heudiOdnr loar bandied SaoMl ahlrie, udone hea
ertd and flf f sray biankau awr lhaa eaa be eew efe
talnrd I raeiiM Uoiwd BtaUe. Be awe eaeriatis eeaM
aniletr for a sappl? of aaMUDeta. arter ae txaaalDa-
Uoo Uw tne aferaaiir ror uott is inruiwta M tne
will ooeiaanlcete the nealt. -
W. A. PLATT.
Tbt Governor telegraphed la reply (hat Mr
Piatt should takt Treasury notet at par for the
amount he misbt dlabure to tho troopt an ao-
O. S. Journal , June 10.
aaMaaaaa, aw m
We believe It wat Burke who. In speaking of
Army uontraotort,taidi "Tbeir eqaieegee aaeb
ll kt meteors, their palaoee rite like exhale tltne -
if reports ot trat, tnt aamt may be salt li tills
country ia onr Pirn tlatt0. 8. ewmeJ,
[From the Philadelphia Bulletin, June 7.]
[From the Philadelphia Bulletin, June 7.] Interesting Details of a Journey from
[From the Philadelphia Bulletin, June 7.] Interesting Details of a Journey from Richmond, Va.
Wei had an Interview- this' moraine? wlth. a
gentleman wbo bad Just reached Philadelphia
irom jvioomooa, Virginia, ana wno naa peeeea
through Harper e Ferry and th Maaaeaae J uno
tion on tie way North. He represents tht
military eplrlfas' Very olgb at.tk capital or
Virginia. Great numbers of troops Sr ere there,
and the most extenelve prepirstlont were on
foot for repelling tbe expeoted Invaaloo. Many
of tbe soldiers are hard men and fitted to per
form arduoue duty.
Ben JHoCullouKh't Texas Ktngert art de
scribed by our Informant ae a deeperate eet of
leiiowe. Ttey nnaoer ont tnousand neu sav
ages, tech of whom la mounted on a mustang
horse. Each It armed with a pair or Colt'e
navy revolveri. a rifle, a tomahawk, a Texan
bowlt knife aula lasso.. Tbey .art described
ai being very dextrous In the use of tbe latter.
These men art to bo pitted sgkloat. Wilson's
Zouaves and MoMullln't Rangers.
, Tbo people ox Kiobmond appear to be periect,-
Iv familiar with everything going .on in tbo
North. Tbey admit tbat there art tomt good
men in th rank of tbt Northern regiments,
but tbey tay that tbey art generally composed
of tho drege of society. Tbt clamor about
rrauoa is army soppiiee in tne nor in net naa
ltt natural effecta iu the South, and tba Rich
mond people urge tbat the Yankee art so
mean at to cheat tbeir own soldiers; "As to tho
latter, if tbey get into a tight plant in action, it
it only neceaeary to slvt tnem a toiler or two
and tbey will sell out their musket..
Wbilt tbt ridiculous stories or tnt death of
General Beauregard were In circulation in tbt
Nortn, equally abeurd rumors concerning blm
were afloat in Richmond. It was asserted tbert,
and believed by many, that while these rumort
war floating around btrt, Beauregard wae trav
eling about In Baltimore, Pbiladeipbia and New
York, making bis own observation! and creep
lag suspicion. , - ; -
Uur informant was present wnen Jen. invit
was received at Kiobmond. He tayt tbat Jen.
looks badly, having but just arisen from a bed
of elckoess. He was roughly bandied by bit
military friends at tba Virginia oaoltal, for they
were not content witb band snaking, but tbey
el) put blm tbrougb a course oi bugging.
Uenerai ui arrived at ruonmooa oo mure
day week, for the purpose or bavins; an Inter
view with Jeff. Davis. Henry A. Wise wat but
little beard or, add It wat understood that ho
was In a raold decline, t "'
Northern goods are smuggled through from
Frederick, Md , to Rlobmood, and thert it a
briak demand lor certain articles waicb art sup
plied It this way. Our Informant le(t Rich mood
on Thursday, th 30th of May. He passed
Manassas Junction. 'Tbert Is a large number
of troops stationed there'. They are engaged In
die-Kins wells. Tbey declare tbeir 4nlenUoo-ot
resisting to tbt death, and .that tbey will not
retreat while there le a man left.
He reached Harper's Ferry on tht morning cf
Friday, tht 31et, and epent tbe greater part of
.tba dav there, from tsfl Best auinortty be oouid
roach b believed tbat there are from 10.000 to
15.000 men there. Tbe utmost possible seoreey
Is observed In all tb military movementa- Men
and eannon were tonatantly arriving and being
pushed forward into tba in on steins, by wblob
tbe Ferry -is earrouoded. Tb' mountain on
both eldee ol tbe river teem with men, and it I
believed- that meted batteries are numerous
there. It Is also nald, that.th roads and tbe
bridges art mined. ' ' iU;.X.'
Our Informant saw fifty or elxty boys engaged
ia making builete and cartridges! Tbe maobin
ey that baa bees tared rent th wreck eX tb
government boildinga mere, la. taken tO;Ktob
aosa ae rapiuiy ae n oao op iraDsporwu.. . . .
At tho headquartera of the Maryland troops
at tbt ferry, beeaw an emgy or uovernor uicke.
a gallowa, and -with ev ooeo oeffieHiader it
Tb effigy wae placarded, "The Traitor Hicks."
wnneat uarper'a ferry, our informant, wun
another Northern man, ascended the elde of a
mountain, and tbev. erer e about enterlnc into
ooovereatlon npon Union enbjeots, when tbey
ere euddeniy sarronnaea by a sqoso ot armed
men, wbo seemed (to as bis own words; "to
spring np out of tb earth." Tb Northerners
made a orMoaw of er lltti lonooent eurloeity,
and they wort albeed to beat a baety retreat.
Tbtoffieertat Barperef terry declare tbeir
eonfideno of being able V auieutn b poet
against any odee wat oao be oreugnt against it.
No oereoa whatever esn travel without a pas
from tho Sontbara autboritlea. Trainn are
stopped at abort Intervals, tod persons and bag
gag are overhauled very ttrlotly. There le no
gaeat diffioulty In tbo way of Northern people
who happen to bo is Virginia, getting peeeea to
enable them to leave tbe State. -' ' :
'. - 1
SPECIAL ORDER—NO. 329.
HEAD-QUARTERS OHIO MILITIA AND VOL. MILITIA,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, June 8, 1861.
All clothlne. eaulomenle. esmo ntensile and
other supplies, for tho Obto Volunteers in tbe
atato service, or In tbt tervlce or tbt United
Statee, when made on account of tbt State ol
Ohio, moot bt made at far at practicable wltoio
tut Btatt. and ot Ublo manufacture, and in all
aaeee to b of tb United Statee armv aundard
i wneu tbt txigeooiee or tbo eervloedonot
preveot, all euob artioles and tuppUet must be
oootraoted for wild tbe lowest reeponeibl bidder,
producing satisfactory samples, after publlo no
tion in ooo or more newspapers, and all articles
furnished under eatd eontracta will bt subject to
tbe inspection of United 8tatet offloers, unless
otherwise ordered by tbe proper department.
no contracts tor any ot tbt foregoing eball
bt made witeout tbo written authority of the
1. J - .L - J . . - - ..
By order or tbt lommander-lo-Cb or. k
COLUMBUS, June 8, 1861. H. B. CARRINGTON, Adj't Gen.
Toall Qiarter.Muters, Commiatatlee. Cloth
Ing and bubsisteoct Agents.
HEAD-QUARTERS OHIO MILITIA AND VOL. MILITIA,
QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, O., June 8, 1861.
T fie QMrier-lfssiere tad tAeir jlftistwntf or
'4o-flsw,eudriiaiMOle trooper ,-' i
Ail olotblng, equlpnage, or other articles In
tended to do leeued lo our forces, will b reject
ed before distribution to th troopt, If. noon In
speotton, tbey are found to bt Inferior in mate
rial or manufacture to tbo standard or tamplei
ana tnt oast wm do by yon at once referred to
tbt bead of tbit 'Department! and von are
specially required .tojexemint all olotblng and
camp utenailt yourself, or cause a Board of
Survey to examioo the same according to Army
D. L. WOOD,
Q. M. Gen of Ohio.
Hcavr - - Poeaea4M.00O -IiinvTar..-.
Rear fore-erlea have luat haen rllamaaaH at
tar 1.1 . " k ant-- n . - . .
tt mvuiogwo, r. 1 ne AxewMaer eayt 01 it:
. tm . ,,1 a . 1 . ..
1 ne eooomDiianea -iiemetraaop or iniate ii.
lalnleeit nSmed Smith, and reelded previous to
hit flight kear Patterson's Mills; is tht north
wotrssn part of this conntv. - The tntal aimnnnt
01 lergeriee suoeessiveiy perpetrated, already
orongnt to ngnt, ;eum up tometMng new $'Ur
000. , The foreerie oonalat arlnfllnall. It mnt
totlrtly, of negotiable pi.per, upon whioh wtrt
tbt falsa todorstmentt of a number of the beet
known and inoit substantial men of Smith's own
neighborhood.' 80 far as wo btvt learned,
tbey' art about at follows) "Notet disposed of
to Dr. F J. LtMoynt, of Waabington, 8)14 OtOj
10 w m. amun ex bob, gjuuuj to rreaklin Bank,
of Waahlnatna. tlOOOi to Wheallnv R.k. !.-
000; to Weilsburg Bank, $W00.
joesiuea in lorcgotog, an or wniou were
toreealaa. Bmlth leavaaiathM llahllltiaai hl.lnl
him tmountlog to tomt $8,000 or $10,000. tie
hat. uolortonatelv lor iustla. made hie t.
cap to parts unknown, f j , j ' , ; :i , i ,
It Is Stated in several lonrnale that Mr. Janiea
E. Harvey, lately a Washington correspondent
of7 iVeriAjdewHeea of Pbiladeipbia, and of
100 jrteene, ana recently appointed mioitttr to
rortugai, 11 proved by tbe originate of telegraph
ic dlaoatcbee eelxed In tht several effloee bv tbe
Government t navt forwarded Important In.
telllgenee from Watblngtoa at anndry timet to
Jodge- fLUgrath and oibert among 1 be traitor
an btwltltt of South Carolina. - We learn from
tbo bMt authority that this report is perfectly
correct',. Among these treasonable communion
tlont wat on informlog tbt Insurgeute tbat Fort
Somtee wu to bt reloforoedi bo alto aent a
special dirpatch to assart IVUgrath that ho bad
no eooneettoo whatever witb tbo ricaae. Mr.
Harvey will of course be recalled from Portosal
at oncethat ia to tay, bt tbould bt, and wt
bare a right to presume that what ought to bt
done will bt. ' Mr. Harvey is t native of 80a th
Ctroilnar thooga for a long ties a resident of
Washington ot of Philadelphia. We believe
tbo iofljeooee that gavt him official or-sitUa
wtrt entirely FstiMYlrauUn. 2v l", Tribuni
Jum 9. ' I 'I
Hellawaye mile aa Ulatnaeat. ; r
ti ,'f- r 1
;o tia.r-Nu meroul Individuals, who J
were for man years affl oted With old cancer
ous soree or ulcere on the, legs, and had failed
to procure a remedy either from private praotloe
or publlo hospitals, have been speedily cured by
a euors oouree or inee invaluable medicines.
In all dlseaeee Of tbie nature the nnltari antlnn
of tht pillt abd Ointment it required.! Sold by
bu iruggietB a ao., we., and t per box or
Great Cry ana (iriacb) raol.
Nothing more comoletelv blinds th eommu-
blt'y then the false reoommendatiooe of the col-
tooout compounds sold in tbe market ae first-
rate oaleratus, wbtlt thoy are mostly something
else. , James Pyle le the only menufeoturer of
a pure genuine erticie. .fepoi, o. wasDing
ton Street, New. York. ; ",,;,.'
OHIO UNION IOAX4.
Ornoaof tb CoKHnwomaa or ths Siasio Fop, ,
, .. ., ,. . , OoLoasos, Ohio, June 10, 1601. J.
TH8 OommiHlonari of tha Sinking ?nnd of ths State
of Ohio Invito anbicriptloni by tho poople of the
State to tba Loan of Two Millions of Dollar, anthona
ed by the tot of the Gtnerel AtMtnbly " To provide
more affooiaallf for tho da'onoe of the State against In
ration, paatad prll Sd, 1801. . -
- Oortlioatea will tie Weuod Id rami of 8100. asd up
ward, papaele July 1, 1808. at tha tate Ireaeury. boar
log lotonat at th rat of tlx par etnt. per annum, pay
able (eml-aonaally, anl by the act authorizing tb loan
free from taxation. .-. . . ;
BnbMrtptloos will bt reeelvM at th offloe of the Com
mit) loot ra in tb City of Oolumbai, at each of th sol
Tent banklnt lDiiiuiloni la th Stat, and at the teraral
Oounty-Treaturlei In th Stat, until the lit day cf
Jnly, 1861.- ; - - -.:...- ... - : i ,
tnttrnt will ot oomputed and paid rrm th date or
in oepoatt oi in money at either oi tn placet above
B. W. TATtKR, Aodltorof tut.
. ' " t.A. P. UUBiSLL, Seorelaryof Stale.
. . JAMJ atUKnAl. ALIornev deneral
Kw on thoirj'TMfteentri Annual
. . . . . . v,. i.-iour. ...... .......
r .., , . .,. .. .- :., 1 . f
'Tnti PTJBLIO AKE RENPCOTFTJto
I 'y Inform! (hat (hit rarorlt Show will glveaat
' 1 At Oolumbus, . , I
On the Old Show lot 'on Broad Street, on "'.
MONDAY- AND TUESDAY,
. I JDE ITth and lStbilSOl- ,
Afternoon and Svenlnt lolertaUment will bs given,
, ai iwoeoieca acaren o niece n. .
aBMHSIOi', To Bor..
I " r I : XoFlU'taY'tfl
i 89 Oenti
,.. .4.SS Cent
Amory tU many &f:?otltl,of tblt thow, will be fouad
jab. MIL ills, in Hraat autirauaD,
M'LLS BA.NMrTB ELL8LEB,
MADttlB W VLvILLB, "
M'LLE ZOYRA. "
Ma r austi,
- i . TOW O-eOBIf. -v r r '
' .1 TOMTIPr -K, fn ft i .
-- XERer woRtAWO.v
PKANK GKO MILTIUB,
r W.. AtP NAVAMn
.. BIG DOVAlf. . ;
" j.-w. Paul. " "
With a nnnrerous Corp of Auxiliaries, all under the
penonal torlntendnc of the managtog proprietor,
th -.-... ...... ; -
.;rrt,toifio oneTHERs, ;
Wbrwe dMplloe and Iaei have elevated Ihlt clan of
amniDUIti Brarnlard or LtGAHOB, KEPINC
MBNT and PBRtBOTIOy, In wkich all other Oompm
Din would Talaly hop te attain .
1 . ABDZ BPBItiOBB, Agent.,
Jan 8:tltdltw ; ,. ; ..- , . !e
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Betweea Ireland and America.
.- ' , t I i. , 1 , ,, 1 . !
NEW YORK, B03TON AND GALWAY.
The following new and maghtftoant flrat-elaii paddle
wheal Bttamtblp teapot tht aboT lloei
ASBIATIO,-" 8,888 tone burthen. Oapt, J. Maost
- (Pormtrly of th Oolllni Line )
BIBBRNIA, ' 4.400 tons hnrthen, Oapt. N. Piowae.
COLUMBIA, -4 4"0 h. Lai-roe. '
ANOLIA.-- 4,400'" hioaotaoM,
PAOHIO, - - Stoo -... I. Inn a.
PiUNOB ALBERC for?w".)
. 3,300 .' ;. J.WAWIB.'
One of the abova ahlpt will leave New York or Botton
alternately nry Tuedy fortuliht. for Oalway. oar-
rylnt; tb govrumnt malls, , touching at fit. Johns,
Th 8teutr of this line have ben oonttrocted with
th greatett oar, under th tupervltionof tb (ovm
mtnt, h wttar-tlgb t oomptrtmenta. and ar nntxect
ltd (oroomfort, aafety and tpted by any eteaoei afloat.
Thy are omniaodd by able and ezperinoed officer,
and every tatnton will bt mad to promot th Comfort
Of pilKDpn.1 ,
Anjtperiinced Bnrgein attached to eaob ship.
HATEN OF PASSAGE.
Plrst-dais It. T. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool $100
necona-cian, " " va
Plret-olatt,- '-' " to8t John's .33
Tblrd-ola, . ' -.- to Galway or Liverpool,
or any town in Ireland, on a Hallway, - 3V
Thtrdlai paatengara are liberally aupplltd wlih pro
rltlont of th bttt quality, evoktd and aairtd by th eer
vaat of th Company . ., ., , ,, , .. , ,
RETVRN t'iCKBTS.' .Vi.! j ,
- ParUas wlthlne te eend for tbeir frlende from -the old
country oao obtain ticket from any town on a railway, In
Ireland, or from tha principal ciUa of Kngland and Boot
land, at vary low rate.
. Paatenier for Nw York, arriving by th ' Botton
Steamer, will bt forwarded to ftew York fret ofeharg.
lor panag or larthtr Information, apftly to ," . .
W II. W1CKHAM, ;
At tb offie of th Oorhreiny, on the wharf, foot of
Canal itreet. New York.
IIOWLAND a ABPtHWALL, Aj-entt. !
aprlllUdCm. , ; rz . q , ;
r, . FIRST t .
OPENING OfcTHE SEA$0W "
SPRING AND STIMMER'G'OODS
' !- AT. Pe EOSE'B; : :
I AO All OFFER TO THE PtJULIC
'ee aatlr new ttook of Good In me llne.lutt purcb.
aed lo Hew York at the cheapest panlo ratee,all of wh oh
I thall Mil t tbe emallttt proflta, for Oath. My cutto.a
era and frkndt art reaveclfully Invited to call and exam
ine my Good and Pilcea, at I am. determined to tell aa
cheap or cheaper than, any other none In th city; and
a I do my owa Outtloor, and auperlntend mr own batl
nea, I feel aetured, from my Jong experience In boil
neat, to r'.Yf teneral talltfactkm. Th Sneil of work
men ar employed, and all work don strictly lo lime and
on abort notice, and warranted to tt. Stranter vlaltine
our eity would ootuuit tiwir Jntsreii oy living m a call
before parchatlnf Uwhr.., v, '.BUSH, ,;f
.. .... .. j:l tr wercnannauor,
ertWJM-aiy , .... por. iii-ntnaxownjts.,
Watohei ! Diamonds II Silver Ware II
A CHOICE ASOUT.TIENT OF COLD
XA. end Silver Watctrat. In ereat earlety.
I aa Asent for th Aaaaioafj Waica Co . end oan
sell theee exotllont Watchee at manufactanr' pi loet,
uner wnoMtei er notan.j
Oomeaadehoo from mv beaotilul ditnlav of Dia
mond and other rich Jewelry. Bty le a w price low.
At81lTtr War of aterllng quality, loauabowaaw
pattern, Tery handtom,-i
Bllr Plated War, Tea Batta, TJm. Wattars, Castors,
BatktU), Pitcher, Ooblttt, Enirce, Forki. Bpoona, Ao.
Then I hare a supply of fin Table Cutlery, Poett
KnlTte, Saxora. Ae.. and many Fancy Good euob at
are deiired for preeent at tuch prlree aa are an Indoce-
mil w iu purcnaevr, -. - .. wn. dlijih,.
no. iu nancy nioox,
narSl , . . ' J North tld Btat Houa tauar.
Bice Floer '
Pearl Barley '"
0 racked wheat -Ooeo
Oreaa Tirtar, '
. Betdleti Balsln
Beoteh Oat Meal
-4 ,: 1
Chooolat . .
' Prune .. ,
Vreah Oann d frulta ef every dtwriptlea;
; Mlletef sllkladi; - .....iv
Flavoring Extract Of all kh-i.- ''.'
' " Ohm TtmM, U(mJ . ' I
. . ' Almond. Filbert. Peon ivst. rt
"t-irt I. , Kn-tut. Weinntav Knell Nata.ele
;AlWkt JtUlt.ll I I JLnll-H 1 J
TJVVJ . A nifCDTIC r1PMTC
i 1 v J : i i , i j
! ladies' linen Pocket-Maiirlk'fsi
kerobler vry wld ban. '- V
Xmhroldered Linen Uaorfk' l prices.
' Hemmed Btllchtd and Plain do. do
do do colored bordrs."" "
Mournlof do '; J black border - , ... -
do do f newatyiam-oissUlohed;
Pino ipplsda eturoi. (.''''
HIimi' Plain and Ilaanad Stitched do all prides.
Oomprialne th moet leloot aaaortaont In tha oiur and
at Inaeitprtoei.- : ' - BAld SoKr-
i.uu . , ".""v .... r dm a tiia. a .
Higi... - ' . - - awa miH pfcrawi.
O'f tLLl inAVLII ITElIil
O 81IAWL8II injSU deatrabU eolort J asd at very
great bargains. x- J ' ' ' -BalW 4 80H,-
?e. 8t loath High ttrett.
1 1 , .'l m 1 " 1
nEPtrLIItT OH WATEM-PKOOr
XV 0WAK CL0IH9. - Also, ether aaakc of Bnrlne
u toaa uioint, in all aetiraoie mutarea Hiodinn, iu
sell and Buttons to nutohr - BAIN a BON,
eprilS -, r- k . 1 o. tontb Utah ttrt .
"'ViT'1 f"; t':''"-V! T'''.'T rf;,-
- BAm.tfc SOlSr;
77 10.- 89 ' I0DTH ITBEST, : '
1,000 yard Bener Plata Bbuk tllki at" il OO-valoi
l 85 per yard
ttSOO yards Trmllng Drediwad Hantla floods st
IB 1-8 cnt TU 20xeenlS twrvard
!J vaioe so eentt p jar.-' -, ,a 4,-,-, t .
StOCOMd i in, and fiqmnllfi OiDgtniitruttii oi,-
drvaloe.' u tta.jir7jil.!-4oJt l: in'--AL,BO--
LARGE AND We&1RABL L6t5 0F
wnVlWTlTTfta fe t-9 AVTWfls"' ' " "
t . no - v
"e: iaww, micoss,1 lopiras,',1,,
' AND ALL OTHER
New and 3eTMhlcteall Xraeaw'Gtoclfl
In the swat dtslraM ty le and at vary loeers prie.
- .in ,?r ( j 11 1 a .t , ,- v V
Of all material, made In the aoststylith manner after
the lattit Paris Faiblonathi uioit eigapt styles ia
ths city. " '
naaaa a. una
I r -j1 7.11 I- - mvnf
T may 80, it :' - t '
Ms. 8V loath Illph ttrett.
Summer Under Garments.
T XDIEIXI8LB JM DEB TESTS. ;t
XJ Lad lot Oaaae Merino do. do. . r!0 I
Gent IndlaOanse btaweni and ShlrUdiut ....mT
V '' OoU -t ai-i", ta -ta9 .'i ! .1
Gauit Merino Under Shir 1. .---r-Q I t ' 9
Whit sad Bibwa Drlllln, Drawers. .? .
While Llotn Drtwsr.
' Mtra'ltree-DaderBblrr.. - w . '. .
, , OoldnHIU8EIflsT"- . ...
"Fpr salt 'la "treat' tar let and at mtdtraU
rr 'j.outn itbjb stieefc j
- DELAWARE CO.. OHIO. ' !
This f avobite Rebort weLl-be oen
v. :;! 1 r.-..j FOEVl)5ITOIl8,7
VAHtine pisnme'soASpiK soars Tntsaaorf, cam
aocoMdonaTaV aTSnooao BaTts.,'.r
TOB, XOOlffS OinSFQBiTIONr
'i'- i wAOBE8...t-o"' r
J. Ai 8WAY1II1.1
' .' Lewii CenUrP 0.,BeliaT Co., Ohio.
;rllmo. -.. - -v J 1
W-am-ama'HOW'.LOBT, ROW SX8I05ZD.
JTJPT PHBUIHID. OW-IHB WATUBI. TBIA'
MBNT AND EAOIOAL OUAX OP BPBBMATORBUXA
or Seminal Wnltsaa, Sexual Debility. Nervoui&eia.In
voluntary XbUmIooj and Imponnoy, rttuldng from
Seir-abuie, Ao. By Boot. 3, Culvrll, M. D. Beat
under teel, In plala envelop, 1 to ' any addrets.poet
Said, on receipt of two etampt, by Dr; OH AS. J. j
LINE, 187 Bowery, Hw York. Pott Offloe Box. M
188..- ....- ; . - . . nai814mdA
norrATa ura riui. - i
In all ease of oosttvenaes, dytpepala, billloos snd Hv
affaotlons, piles, rhramatltm, fevers snd stuaa, obetl
nato head aohee, and all general deraaceaants of beklth
these PUU bar Utvariably prortd aaertaln and speed)
remedy.. A single trial Will place tbe 11 Fill txyood
thereach ofomnpetlUon 4h theatdmatlon of every
Dr.HoffU'sPatavfiltierswUl be (oasd equally ef
geaeions la alleatee of nerrovsdeUHty, dyvpepeu,
aohertbe skknM Incident to feaialee In dtlcat bealth
and every . kind ef weakness of tbe dlgastiv organs.
for sale by Br. W. B. MOPPAT, 139, Broadway, M. Y
and by alt I)nlf1s," - ''--' mvaytt-dAwU
Tba (ollowing 1j an extract from
letter written by tbe BevJ Ji-S. Htlme, paster
Pltrrepolht-Btrtet Baptist Clraren, Brooklyn, If.
the "Journal and Maeeaopr," Cincinnati, 0.,and tpeaki
volnmss In favor of that world-renowned medlehii Mu
WirtMrwv Boofrirm Btitrr o Caanaaw Txrreoiei
"Weeeeaa tdvtrtlament In roue eolnmna of Mae
wmttow't BooTaiee Bvaor. Kowwe nrtaida word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our Ufa. bo tw
teel oompeiiee toaay to yrwer reader that thla I 00 bom
bur-vs aave veuu re, urn iow n n n au, rr
ouusa.- itiayrobablyoMefthe meet ureearul medl
elneeef the day, aeoaoa It I as fth beet. Andlboe
or yonr: reader wno nav tablet oa', do bttr thaa
lay In supply," oe7:Iyd4tW
:"-?Tr.j:)rCxaVimpUTe. ; I
The Adveracef, navtos1 eaeertttored to bealQiln a
weeks by a very simple remedy, after bavins offered it
oral years Flth a severe, lung alfeotlon an i (hat dread
disess, Coneumptlon lAaaxloojlo make known to bis
fellow-rnffartrs the meant of core.
To all wb desire It, he will send a copy of thspressriy
tlon aaed (fre of chart), with the directions for proper
lng and atlng the m, which tbey will find a eoae Oca
ror Cox to urn on, Aarnuu. Baoacutat, Ae. , The only
objeot of the advertlaer treendlng th Prescription le te
benefit tbe afflicted, and if read Information which be eon-
selves to bs Invaluable, and bs hope arery eeaerer Will
try hi remedy, a tt.wlll seat thea) ao thing, and may
Partte wllkloi th preeerrfiHoei wtll pleatwerMree
aavi-awwaav a. wilbuai,
William tha iv b,
.Kings Oouaty, Bow Yerk.
From tbe Mewl rk Ohaerva i '
As all parti annfaotarltf Sewtog Maobne are 00
Kged 10 p.y Mr. How a Home en eeeh aaehlae eeld.
and are a to compel led te make returaato hltn, uodei
oatb. as to thumbreld,blkeek greesoorreetatat
ment. From thla reliable ore we bar obtained th
louowinf ttautuo. of tb r-Thlntt made lo tbe year
1849, there war (old, rl 1 ... -.... -, -, n, , , ' ,
By Wheeler fc Wllion i'.i.'MM !
r , ,'' T. M. Binger a Oo lO.t&J
' trrover a Baktr.... .10,) '
8hwlDg th sal of Whreltr h Wilson to be oVNi
ninaaaa eat? anei aatk.. A.. tl 1
mvww v eaa,W VW V VUiymBJ . ee
Awarded th hlrheat premiomt-at ths 1 !
' United States Fair of 1868, 1& and 186o
' i .,: '. " altoat tbe -
. - OhloBtkte Fair of 1859 end 1888) ,
and at nearly all the County Fair la tb Itato. '
Our prices, st the late reduetlon, n at lorn as owe
foe efrcA aachui now told, aed bet a tiio higher thaa
tn interior Heo tereod oAaee tto4 maaUeue, - sew
foroid ui-oa th market. ,
Tka avH eui.ie u . WTt.iniT vinrmre i.u .1.
toes iTtoa the enlyene whioh eannol bemvaltd. It
la AUXB O Bn flDaWOf tha neata. laavlna X BtAn aa.
ttoinon Me Kfufer tid.,
Ail WMMirM wavOWM I mart, mad .e.eiiiiVi
gtvala.lblr a, free of tout.
, A .- n vaaax,ei High et., Oolaabes, O.
, . . WMTsuMNsaaoo.,
dfl-8wd3mAwflni ph,, wtn, HoBti cincmoatt.
ANTE . A GBItTI TO IRIL
packaae ef BTATIONIRY and JIWBLRY. at
trie ene-tblid lett than ate be potetaeed tltewhare
0UoavddraiaiB (MloeVd; J. l.BAILY,Me
morartih Boston, llass. marcUiUni.
JQTBB AK1BI0AR WATCH COMPART, of Walt-
hast, UaM.,bptoean tbe attention ef the peUleto
the following emphatic neoamendatlea f Walthaaa
Watohat, by ths leading praotleal Wi lebsaakersaal Jew
eler ihroughoat IbaJTnltad Btates. .Tb eatlre list ef
slgnatuiet.to It I quite too long for pehlleatloa too
adrertlMoxnt; bat th names pratnUd Will be reeog-
nlaed by thoit acquainted with In Trade u butg In tbe
hlghul degree reapeellUe and snd IndaeoUal.-AtiUir
eetabllahaMnle may alwaye M found Ibe swain Watck-
ee of th Oompaoj'i ibaoafacturt, In gnat variety. w
llgaatures from many cltl and towns net fully
resented In thla lltt will appear ha a' futai 4vr
ssent. ''"" ' ''' ' ' i' " V ' i .
Ibe nndersigned.praoUoal Waiebaakereaad dealer! to
Watohat, saving bought and sold American Watchta fe r
a nambtref years past, and having dealt la all klndsof
foreign Watohee for a muck longer period ef time, bj tt
tat that thty have never dealt In Watches wbicb, at a
elaw, or In Individual Instances, have been aeereadls-
raotory to thematlves er eutomers, whether la resyeet ef
durability, beauty of ftnlth, autbeaatleally eerreet far
portions, sseural eoDpcneatloa and adjaebaeat, er 0
tne Hmt-Utptng rtntlti, than thorn manufaotarid by
Ihe Waltham Company.
W. 1. OBTTTIlfDIN, . ;
WW. BLYHW, ,
H. JENKINS at CO.,
BEGQB a SMITH,
WM. WILSON McGRBW,
0 PLATT. ' v
1. T. .- M. DWASS8,
P. J. ALBXANDMav - .
A. HErrLKK, ' ' '
W. H. RIOHalONO,
H. D. KAYS,
A. B. GILLBTT.
' , .
Qulnoy, . .,
. P. 1.ILLBBTON, ... .
J. BrCUKttAW, :
t. W. BHOWN, .
B. B. TOBIIf,
BA88B a U0LMAN,
A. P. BOYHTOM,.
I. NOKTHEY, .
A. W. fOBO. ' , '
WM. BOBBRZXK, .- , :
J. M. POX,
WILLABb fcHAWLIT, .
0. A. BUBB a CO.
B. 8. ITTBNBRIUIB 00.
WM. I. TAYLOB, ,
W. W. HWHAH,
n, ff. n.nnani aw,
H. B. A H. 0. OARPXRTIB, Troy,
B0RKIN8 A IVANS,
JOHN B. IYI8.
J. M. BBNNBT, -A.
wm. 8. Moaotv,
J. A. OLABK,
BLOOD A PUTMAN.
JBMNIMUS BHO'B .- -J0a
J. JENKINS, , . .
W. H. WILLIAMS, ' ' ' -A.
L. 0. DUNNING.
OB At. WILLABD,
w p. bimuham a CO.,
0BA8. G. FBANOM.
0. A. DIUKBK'BH,
A. H.BA80OM A CO.,
J. M. 8TAVNBH.
THtJ. V. PICEIBINfl,
M. 8 SMITH
A. B.VANCOTT, . .
W. A. GILES,
BKINBMAN a MBYBAK,
SaM'b BttOWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN.
10. W. tl BIW, ' '
SO B. TITOB,
ueckman a yobb,
obo. erBiN. .
B. J.LABCtLLB, .
J.J. BLA1B, .
GEO. W. MoOAtLA,
FRaNOiB 0. POLaOK,
B T. HOP MAM,
J. 0. banha,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J. o. colon, -,
CHAS. L. fliHInV. .
B. A A- PtTKBBOB,' ' ',
W. T. BAB.
BMOOtl F. BILLS, "
BBNBY a. JAMBS, - ,
T. S. LITTLE,
OA BtOM A BRANSON,
A. W, PYLB, a .
8 IMPS' N a PBXGB.
Y. W. SKIFF,
J. A A OaRDNBB '
J T. SCOTT A CO.,
T. B. RDMPUBBY8,
F. W. LB IN DECK,
J. W. MONTGOMBBY, .
BENJ B. COOK,
DBXtER a BABEUN3,
B S. UdDALE,
AI BERT PITTS. .
F. W. MAOOMBER, . .
J.J BURNS, ,
T. M. LAMB,
0. W. FOGG, r;.:
Helen, - . -JaaaevUU,
Pltabarib, . Pa.
Nerrlaiowa, . ;":
laetoa, ". -
Maaab Ctiunk, "
St. Louie .
faU Elver,' : '
JOHN BARTON, -JOHN
W. M. BOOT. 1
J0UNB.8C0TT, . . . ',
Lyna, - 1 v'
' T a
N.MOODY. - .
L. D. AMTUON Y A CO 1
PBLSG ARNOLD. J :
TUOMA8 8TBBLB A CO.,
HEMINGWAY A STSVENI,
WM. BOO E REASON,
Nw Haven. : -
J.B. XIBBY. ,.
B. S. HUNTINGTON A CO..
... . . . .
laiddletswa, ' -
Brldfepert, , "
Sin born ton, ' 9. Hi
, ... 4,
B. A. WOODFORD.
B. D. BALL.
JOHN L. SMITH,
J. 0. B.LA0KMAN,
L. B. B ANDERSON,
B. KNIGHT, . .. .
N. G. OARR. ' '
GEO. W. SHEW A CO.,
8. J. MKLLI8II, . . ,
W. O. 0. WOODBOBT,
WM. B. MORRILL,
N. W. OODDABD,
OHAS. B. BAOON,
F. M. BARS1B0N.
to. Berwick, Me.
, Bt00' ... . '
' Aefastal ' "
, Portland, a
. Beekaport, "
; , Pecteaeaib,
Bealtea, 1 1"
- lttlea, -
. Bradford . . . "
TWOMBLY A SMITH,
M08B M. SWAN,
JaMBs BMERY, ,'-C..
HENRY B. HAM, ; ; . ;
ROBERT N. BODGI, -BEN
RY MoKBNNEY. ' 1 '
J. T. BOWLAMD, ,v ..
tompsins a Moaaia,
0. 0. WILLIAMS.
0. 1. A 0 h, BOGIBI, '
D. B. LUOt,
D.e. ball. -
BRINSMA1D A B1XBB1TH,
ti. (lanuin't, ..
a, aw ma ad,.
J. 0. MATES,
1 B. MCRDOCK, i
1. auaeae, 1
FOSTER GROW, i
LB ANDES AMADON.
0. 0 J INNINGS.
Bell owe Falls, "
tt Orleans, Ia
uaxuuri a uo., .. .
A. N. flALL.
' Teroale, '
Caotioii. As ear Watok le new esteaslvely eowater
felted ny.fereiaa ausalactarars, we bare te Ufora the
publle tbat ao watch Is of ear (roflaetloa Which Is aaat
eompsnltdbya eertlaoste ef geanlaeaiss, searlag th
sumber of tbe watch, and lifted by ear Trseearer, B
. BobH&A, er by ear predeceeeors, Apt Ulce. Tracy A
Oe. 1 . - 1 .
Ae these watches Are foe eels by Jewelers hpAraliy
throe fh out the TJaloa, the Aaenoaa Watch Company
io not solloil ordAjrs tot slne Welshes.
. ' rt f A -7 t; aOBKM A ATPlitTON
Was! Agents. Be. KJ Broedrs x