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XifMOReiriN JUNE 15, 1801.
' rr Our neighbor of the Journal Informed ns,
ftm In April' Ht. thai Senator Wilson,
M....nhm.',atii. .nd Senator Wot.Mi
8f.MAN,of Ohl0.tbVolun,7,C,l one
t,.'Mnk. and performing with alacrl-
t, In the fining qd- were assured
.. w,,T. Wi end Sheuuh were "high
privates,'" end War,, we belief, was wont to
tUcri t bU wgntlire bfgb private.? Aiour
neighbor Is quite convr.aut with military nut
ter, we euppoee be is posted
about or the Senators referred to; end, if.ro,
we would be glad .'to know whether Wason,
Wade and Shisman are three month1 men, or
wnstntt they are in for the war. .'"'
We hope , the Journal will enlighten cs.for
we srs very curlous'to know, and, bare heard
from the "boji"- but once, and henee fear
th.. na have Mote and fallen by the way
aide." Will our' temporary relieve us of our
anxiety, end tell ni In what company ana; Kegi
meut they may be found? .i
The Journal—Mr. Holt's Letter.
(V neialxr is mistaWll -
-.. j hi. hoinir -atatie over Mri Holt's
JVU W HIV
Union latter." We are rather pleased at It
thousb, we fear, the professioa of the Journal
I a ef -that kind wbloh. Ae, describe as follows.
"The irrncstMM or the massm, " .f"1
Union ia moss o less factitious " Thus
eaid the,.yraJ, when tpssklng of the
maW of the people. We knew It was false
when aoDlied to rhe pc6pl, but suppose our
neighbor indeed other vieoitVd feelings by
own. -1 v.,r
The Jrl, if Its feelings are now gtmin;
is a new convert to the Union csnse and it
Slid new oonrerte are always enthusiastic
ohnrt tim since it SDoke of the Union in
followine Unguige, nut easily misunderstood:
A rintd enalisij of American patriotism dis
covers bat little sold. The mthomasm.oi
y.illi (01 THE UNION IS MORE. OR Lt flC-
titiodi The Uoiun bs been apoibsoticed
nnliikknj for their own selfish aggrandizement.
It bas been made their rallying cry, until
a.iTHih'iina bad come to invest it wun a certain
H.irrrn nf aaeredneaa. - a
Thu Africanized neople of the South HAVE
rttciriTTio a won, which we believe ad
vanoiQB oivilizition and tbe teachings of Chris
.Unity would have, ere long, demanded at
sands of the fas riorta os- th aostm.
The comnli-iitv with the barbarism of slavery,
whlrh th latter hare had forced upon tbem
rax IT-nnit. h&a bsuume more buriUeaeooie
art i- .r. and must hare becii thrown off volcst-
tabilt be lore the Unse of many year. The
tTmoM Bia DONE NOTHl.VO 1.1 EEAUTr JPOE fail
ii. it legislation bas all been In favor
eiarerv. when required Co decide differences be
tween these ajiiipodes Separate . waoetol
izisTENCES ot the sections are ratrESABLB
a Union which is dissatisfactory to-one and tards
the progress ot Ibe other. ' '"
It seems so strange, touy that our Abolition
neighbor should be so sincere a Union man,
when we eoneidcr its "eomplioity with the bar
barism of slavery, which has been "forced
u?oh os by tbe Union," and which (the Union)
bad 'become" so "burtbsnsome," end was be
coming much more so 'every year, that the free
people of the North" would hove thrown It
before locg, if the ' Africanize people of
Ssuth had not preoipitated the work ,
How is It po$ibte that our Abolition neighbor
oonld fee In favor of a Uoloa that "had dent
M&ine in, rtaliijf or frteJom!".., Don' yon
think that a "sepabati pttetful existenco
tbe sectiuos is prtferable to a Union which
diustMactory to one, and retards the progress
of the pthert:Come, now, be candid; don't
etultKy yourself for the purpose of cheating
people. Analjio yont "American patriotism,"
and see if jou cau'i discover a "little gold''
the true American Unien ring! : Yon. will: un
doubtedly Hod sometf!rrtiiti material,
not a particle oi.me pure udiuh 7u
A War in the Republican Camp.
It appoarfl that the Secretary of War content
plates appointing He Comminos, the proprietor
oi tbe Mew Turk Ntto World newspaper. Brig
adler General, and that he will be placed lit
hiJ of the Qaartermoster's Department.
New York Su speaks of the matter in no com
pllmentary terms. Itsayss- ' . . :
"The QoAiTEEHASTEa triNiiAt.-'-Our spe
cial Washington correspondent asserts
Secretary Cameron has determined to appoint
his personal partizan and favorite, Cnmmiogs
a civilian or no experience or cnaracier tun
able for the post in ibis high military office.
"We are not vet able to believe in the audac
ity, even if the' corruption be credible,"
cuuld ventnre urion such an anoolntment.
made, it will be a heavier blow to tbe Govern
ment than all the traitors South of tbe Potomac
are likely to strike tbieyeaiv'
Tbe Jovnol fOmmertt thinks that great
cue should be taken fo the selection of a man
f jr that place, as the " Army Worm" has been
very destructive in that department.; ' . -;:"-
, . i .i ii l' 1 ;-:i ' "at.
The Present Attitude of England and
France toward the United States.
One of the most interesting ittmiia tbe
foreign Mwe ie, that L6rl Jews JlMitX,
the Minister of Foreign 'Affiin, had announced
in fMLamunt the determination of the British
Government to prohibit privateers from bringing
their prises intw British ports; and : that
French Governmest bad alto resolve'd to pursue
thejume line of policy In regard to privateers
fitted ont by either of the belligerent parties
thirf couotry." : It if further said that both Eng
land and France till respect any blockade
Its p,n ports, tkt the United tates Gpvern-
ment may make effective. -v . .
Sbbtild England and France adhere to this
policy in regard to privateering, it will,' doubt
lesf i bs 4pted Jyi other foreiga governments,
and Ja. DaviiV letters of marque will be
no aecoeht Before prise taken by a priva
teer can become the property of the captors,
must,, by, tbe law of nations, be taken Into
dxV ox some recocnitsd Dower, end . be con-
demoed or cot)Esottd by k Prise Court, acting
under the snthority of tbe government which
issued tbe letter of marque.. If the foreign
ports should b closed to the privateers of
Rebel Confederacy, and its own ports should
blockaded n effectually a to shut them
there will be little inducement for desperate
and lawless men to embark in sutfh unpromis
ing, piratical expeditions'. v ' '.'X"r'.'(
If England and Franca should carry, out
tbe letter, and adhere to the policy Indicated,
11 will serve to strengthen the', hands' of
Government and' greatly mitigate the, calami
ties of th war, by freeing jrur oommeree
the high seas from all danger of loss or inter
ruption bj freebooters under the name of priva
teers. . At. the same time, It would enable
Government to nse our entire naval fore
placing th effectiveness of the blockade beyond
all question; , .. B ,. y( , ,
Admitting that tba preaent aiCtud of Eng
land and Franc toward tail ebon try is isea
it Is reported to be by tbe reoent arrivals from I
Europe, It jay be changed by the next Dew
from this side of th Atlantic The monarchi
cal and aristooritloal government of Europe
bare no real love for th: republican and demo
cratic Institution of America, and they. will
only b neutral or friendly toward ns as they are
prompted by consideration for their own cafety
and interest. We esn only nope to prevent
them from siding with the enemies of the Union
by prompt and vigorous demonstration of onr
snperlority over tbe Rebel Confederacy and our
ability to crush it out of exlsrence..
Henoe, tbe absolute necessity, If we wonld be
respected abroad, save our ocean trade and
oommero from piratical depredation, and
prevent foreigner from interfering in bur do
mestio broils, that Ik guerilla warfare that
ha been carried on for some weeks past, should
cease, and a decisive military move be made In
tbe form of a victorious march or a great bat
tlethat some daring enterprise shall be un
dertaken and achieved, which will assure onr
owa countrymen and the world of the nltimate
triumph of onr oanse, and give an abiding con
flience In the strength and stability ol our
Union. " ' '
France toward the United States. Senator Douglas's successor.
Governor Yates,' of Illinois ha not heeded
th suggestion ot the Chicago Tribune, tne lean
ins Ri'Dutilicau naoer in tbb State, that he ap
r. rv i .. n in ih. In
the United State Senate occasioned by the de
cease of that lamented statesman O. H. Brown-
Ins. of Qutncev whom be has selected, is a
leading Kf publican, always a political opponent
of Judsa Dooslas. against whom bo run fur
CODgren in lou. Aitnougn an parties iu iui-
noia support the war, tbe one great question now
before the neonle. the Governor deem It expe
dient to keep old party atsoclallon and trailU
tions, and only recognize ouieiauy inose wuo
hare been tupublican. ua,. Agmrer.
Th fsfirtVsr should not be surprised at the
action of Got. Yatis In the appointment of
Baowiflsa to luocced the lamented Dowlas
There are many, yea thousands of Republican,
who are. honestly in fatqr of surrendering their
party organization, and uniting tbe people In
one great Union 'movement; but they 'are not
round in effioe or among the managing Kepub-
lioans of the several States.. Th latter class
are Inveterate In their hostility to any thing
Democratic, and fn Tict (bey are opposed to th
Union, although they profess at this time an ar
dent attachment for it- Mr. Lincoln himself Is
a partizin of the most bitter kind, and, unfortu,
netcly for the country, be I feeble In Intellect
and without firmness or decision of charaoter
Had be been the man for the place he occupies
he wonld hav taken good care that a Douglas
Democrat should have filled the vacancy, in the
Senate from tbe State ot Illinois, . -
Tbe Republican manager ar willing for this
sort of no party, Tlz:' to let the Democrat go
Into the ranks and do tbe fighting, wbile we
Republicans take tbe fat job and contract, and
bold the eltitoffieesA Bat the people will de
mur to the arracgerseBtl and with alacrity they
will dismiss from all high position, all, tb
"irrepressible" pretender, a fast a they can
be reached through tbe ballot box. '
Cassias M. Clay.
Th London Ectnomiot speaking of tbe late
abolition letter-of -Mr. CtAf, our minister to
Russia, says It i "a very model of feeble reas
oning and questionable' taste." That is the so
cepted opinion ker among sensible men." Tb
Cincinnati V ays::' ' '.;'.. :
I "We can' hardly believe that he was com
missioned by the Government to proclaim to the
world that the Administration of Mr. Lincoln
propose to subjugate tb seceded States; or that
It really desire to be placed before the world in
that light. His official character give to his
productions an Importance to which otherwise
thev would have no title, end it Is easy to lm
seine diucultles that may grow ont of bis habit
of loose writing, and hi greed of notoriety,
which will render it advisable for tne Govern
ment to dispense with hi services and disavow
his deelarations." " " " ' " ' ' .j
Joshua R. Giddinoi Issue hi abolition trash
from Canada, Clat from Russia, and w may
soon have one front Cam. 8chcz, from Spain
and BtrsxiHOAME, from Austria, nnles those
governments send tbem home.. .
' '. It would appear that Mr. Lincoln had elected
his Foreign minister with special reference to
their extreme abolition entlment. .
, We find the following return
held lit Tennessee on tbe 8th Inst. In th Nash
Till Amtrtctn W giro each coantle a ar
reported in full) .'-.'
i - ,. - c-tl '.- - gsstsrlea.
8,000 , .... 8
i , - Aanaoiiu
, i '.' Starrer...
.'. EOO '' ' 00 '
. . Cannon
1.098 vrt 1W
, a.soo ,
. 1 UiA
- ,!.... lie
WsapbisOUr. 8,86. i
K Wan...........M-.li' -
Hardin ....... ..... ,v M
Dcatusr....; .' , "
- Marion 433- -''
i slarahall. ...'. 14 i
iJontgooiarT. ....... .'. .
,. & .. .
' S5S -
- r .rtr -.1-'
, 1,38 .
(i r..n ........ ........ -
Bosroer. ..'i... 6.4B5 '
' UlleS.Ult......n..M) ,vt
,i i.lt- .'i
In Knoxvills the Union received two asority,
bnt the county of Knox la largely secession.
The JMashville, Airwrtsaa announces ho re
turns rem Lincoln oounty as followsti a . :i,n
" Lincoln County rotes 2,800 for Davis, Lincoln
none.- Eleven hundred volunteers gone to fight
Abraham. Well' done for ear Lincoln.
'iWa think1 both Lincoln' have done bad
i There ar many return from preclnett, all
indicating about th same result
We deeply deplore the decuiori of the peo
ple ot Tennessee, and think they hav made
sad mistake, whlot, they will have cane to re
"'Secretary SEwaas- la -hi- dispatch to Mr
Dattok, onr Minister t Francei aaidr "Then
will be only on nation1 1abd one government;
ncT ther will be th same govern msnt and the
tame constitutional Union that1 has survived
dozen, national change an4 change of govern
ment In alimost every other country .'.v 3 Li ..
r Tbi I lb right ground, and will receive th
hearty approval and. support of every Union
man .in the country. 1 The . more clearly and
fully It is known as tb policy of the": Adminis
tration, tbe better it will be for the country, and
the sooner will our present difficulties be brought
to a anal and satisfactory close.
CTTha Hew York 7iiW, ie ,n article
claiming th poll of th dwil office lor th
Republican says: A Wa bold It simple, - matar
al, nnndnlable Justice, thai thot who have, dnr
Ing the last eight yean, so Tlgoroosly proscrib
ed the Republican, snoald now give pUo
them." :" .-A i v-ii-ttnf '' 1 ;
', We should gnes that they hare been glvlog
place to , them ,prettf rapidly. ' No Democrat
complain of that It U the miserable, canting,
hypocritical ery of "No party" you make while
the change ar going on. " ' "
. Yon bar got, th Republican .party , little
too tld bowevsr It won't be setws year old
until July.' And it will be dead and barfed be
fore ft is eight, and wonld be better for th
txrantryU it bad aeret been bora.- '--,
O. H. Baownmo U appointed Senator from
IlUnola to fill the place of Mr. Docolas. II I,
of course, a Republican. The correspondent
of th Cemswrcioi from Washington, say of
him: v -l '
" O H. Browning. anDointed Senator Inplsoe
f Douglas, I a particular friend of Mr. Lin
coln. 1 hi appolDtmeut I generally eswemeu
nafortanate and disgusting In the extreme
That 1 pretty sharp on on of Mr. Lincoln's
particular friends." "tr. - ": ''
Uenst Winteb Davis is beaten for Con-
gres In Biltimore by Henst Mat. Mr. Mat
wa tbe Democratlo Representative in the Thirty
third Congress. They both run as Union can
didates . Mr. Davis has bean considered as
strongly tinctured with Abolitionism as bis Iocs
Uoa would admits -1 t "t .
Gen. Butler's Official Report of the
WASHINGTON, June 12, 1861.
The following is Gen. Butler's official report
of tbe affair at Little ana aig uetoei: . .
. t . . . m m m . .1 .
HEAD-QUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF
FORTRESS MONROE, June 10, 1861.
Tn T.irrrMNiNT UuiltL fJoOTT : '
General Having learned that tbe enemy naa
established an outpost of some strength at 'a
place called Little Bethel, a small church, about
. .. t a .
lent miles irom newpori news, ana ui nmi
rfi.t.iKt' from Hammon. from whence tbet
were accustomed nightly to advance- cotn on
Newport News and the picket guards of Hamp
ton to annoy (betn, and also fiord whence tbey
had come down In small, rounds of cavalry and
taken a number of Union! men, some of whom
bad the safeguard and protection or the troops
of the United States, and forced them Into the
rebel ranks, and that tbey were also gathering
up tbe slaves of oluxena who bad moved away
aod left their larms iu cnarge 01 toeir negroes
earning them to work in Intrencbment at Wil
liamsburg and loraiowa, A naa ueiermmcu w
end no a force to drive them back and destroy
their camp, Vie neaa-quarters 01 nnicn was uiib
mall church. I had also learned that at a
1 . . . a il .Li.
place a short distance further on, on the road to
Yorktown, was an outwork of tbe Rebels, on
the HamDton aide of a place called Big Uetnei
a large church, near tbe head of tbe north
branch of Back river, aud that here was a very
considerable rendezvous, with works of mora or
ls strength In the process ol erection, and
Irom this point tne wnoie country wa laiu un
dar contribution. . . .
AcoordioElv I ordered General fierce, who is
In command of Camp Hamilton, at Hampton,
to eend Durye s regiment 01 z.juave to ne
ferried over Hampton Creek, atone o'clock this
morning, and to march by the roaa up 10 new
matket Bridge, then crossing tbe bridge, to go
by a byroad and thus put tbe regiment in. the
rear of tbe enemy, and between Big Bethel and
Little Bethel, In part for the purpose of cutting
him off, and then to make an attack upon Little
Bethel.. I directed General Pierce to support
htm from HamDton with Colonel Townsend'e
regiment, and two mounted howitzers, and to
march about an hour later. At the same time
I directed Colonel Phelps, commanding at New
nort News, to send out a battalllon, eomponed
of such companies of th regiments under hi
com mand a be thought bat, under command
of Lieutenant Colonel fVasbburn, in time , to
make a dmouslration . npon . Lutle Bethel, In
front, and to have him supported by Colonel
Bsndix's regiment, with two Held pieces. Jtseo
dix's and Townsend's regiments should effect
Junction at a fork of tbe road leading from Hamp
ton to fjswport news, someimng use a nine
and, a half from, Little Bstbel. I directed
tbe march to be so timed that tbe attack should
be made just at daybreak:, and that alter tbi
attack was made upon Little Bethel Durvee'i
regiment and a regiment ft om Newport News
should follow immediately npon tne oeeisoi toe
tugltlves, if they were enabled to cot them off,
and attack the battery on tbe road to Big Bethel,
wbile covered by tb fugitives; or, Hit was
thought expedient by General Pierce,; fail
ing to snrnrUe tb Cam at. Little Bethel, thev
hooid attempt to take the work near Big Bethel.
Ta crevent the Dosslbllltv of mistake In the
darkness, I directed that to attack should be
made until tbe watchword should oe snoutea ny
tbe attacking regiment, ana, in case tbat by any
mistake In the march the regiment that were
to make the Junction Should unexpectedly meet
and be onknown to each other, also directed tbat
the member of Colonel Townsend's reclmeLt
should bs known, It in dayllgtt, by something
whit worn on tbe arm..' ' The troop were ac
cordingly pnt In motion as ordered, and tbe
march was so timed mat uionei inryee naa
wot tn tbe position noted noon the ' neeomoanv-
P . . a V . J-l 1 lf fc.
ing sxetcn, ana Meuienani isoiouei n aiuuurn,
In command of the regiment from Newport
Newe, bad got Into tbe position indicated npon
she sketch, and Colonel Bsndlx'i regiment bad
been posted and ordered to hold the fork of the
road with two piece 01 artillery, ana uoionei
Townsend's regiment bad got to the place Indi
cated lust behind, Snd were abont to form a
junction as tne usy uawneu. , (1
. un to tms point, tne pian naa neen vizoroun
ly, accurately and snocesslnlly carried out; bnt
here, by some strange latuity, ana as yet unex
plained blunder, without any word of notice,
while Col. Townsend was in column route,
and when the head of the column was within
one hundred yards, Col. Bendix's Regiment
opened fire with both artillery and musketry
npon Col. Townsend's column, which, in . the
hurry and confusion, was irregularly returned
by soma of Col. Townsend' men, who. feared
that thev had fallen into an ambnsoad. ' Col.
Townsend's column Immediately retreated to the
mtnenea near bv. and were not tunned bv Col.
Bendix's men. By this almost criminal blon
der, two Of vol.. Townsend's Kegiment were
killed, and eight more or less wounded
Hearing this cannonading and firing In his
rear, Lieutenant CoU Washburn, not knowing
bnt that hi communication might b out off,
immediately reversed bis march, ts .did Col
Dnryee, and marched back to form a junction
witb his reserves. , , . .'. , ' , ,
. General Pierce, who ws with. Col,, Town
send' Regiment, fearing; that tbe enemy had
got notloe of onr approach, and had posted him
self In force on tbe line of march, and not est.
ting any communication from Col. Daryee, sent
back to me lor reiniorcomeots, ana 1 immedi
ately ordered Co). Allen's Regiment to bs put in
motion, and thev reached Hammon abdut seven
o'clock. In tbe meantime, the true state of
fact having been ascertained by Gen. Pierce,
the Regiment effected a (unction, and resumed
the line of march. At tbe moment of the fir
ing of Col Bendlx, Col. Dnryee had surprised
a part of aa outlaying gnrd of tbe enemy,
consisting of thirty person, who ! have been
brought in to me.
1 Ot course by this firing, all hope of surprlss
abov tbe camp at Little Bethel watlostj and,
npon marching npon it, it wa found to have
been vacated, and the cavalry had pressed on
toward ; Big JJethsl. Col. Dnryee, however.
destroyed th camp -at Little Bethel and md
Tanced. , Gen.TierM then, as lie Informs v me,
with tbe advice of hi Colonels, thought best to
attempt to carry th work of the enemy nrl
Big Betnsi, and maa a ts positions to mat eneet.i
Tba attack commenced, ae I am Informed for
I have not yet received any official report-'
about hair-past nine o'clock. t -i c.
At about tBt '.o'clock General Pierce wen a
lots) ia. saying tbat there wa a sharp en
gage ment with the enemy, and that aw thought
he should bs sbletowisintsln. his position until
reinforcements-ewuld ' come up. Acting npon
this information, Colossi Can's regiment, which
had been ordered ia tba morning to proceed a
far aa Newmarket Bridge was allowed to go
forward. I received this Information, for which
I had sent a special messenger abont twelve
o'clock. .' I Immediately made disposition from
Newport New to have: Colonel Phelps from
the too regiment there, forwsrd aid If rjcoe
aarr. . Ac soon as these orders could be sent for
ward- I repaired to Hampton, for tbe purport of
fearing proper amouianors ana wagons tor tne
elck and wounded, intending to go forwsrd and
Join tb command. While tbe wagons were go
ing forwsrd a messenger oamcanooandng tbat
the engagement had terminated, and that the
troops were retiring in good order t camp. I
remained upon tbe ground st Hampso, person
ally seeing tb wounded put In .boat ana towed
nouadi to tbe hospital, and ordering forward
Lisa. Morris, with tweboat howitzer, to cover
tba rear of tbr returning column In ease tt
should be attacked. ' Having bceu Informed
that tbe ammanitlon of tb artillery had been
xneaded. and seelnsr tb besd tf tbe column
approach Hampton in good order, 1 waited for
ua, rieree com up, 1 ami loiormea 07
blur tbat the dead aad wounded bad all been
brought off, aod that th return bad been eon
duotad tn rood order and witimt hasted' I
laaracd from Mm that Ui men bbTd with
grsst steadiness, with the exoeptlon of some
few tnsunces, and that tne aitaca. was maue wun
propriety, vigor and oourags, but that the enemy
were found to b supported by a battery, vari
ously estimated as of from fifteen to twenty
piscer, some of wnion were riuea cannon,
which were very well served, and protected from
being readily turned by a creek In front. ; 1
Uur lose is verv consiaersoie, amounting per
haps to forty or ily, quarter part of whloh
yon will tee was from the unfortunate mistake
to oall tt by no wc.-se name of Colonel Ben
dlx.. - - -v..-.-
I will, as soon as official returns can be got,
give a fuller detail of the affair, and will only
add now that we have to regret especially the
death of Lieut. Greble, of the Second Artille
ry, who went out with Col. Washburn, from
Newport News, and who very efficiently and
gallantly fought bis piece until be was struck
by a oannon shot I will endeavor to get acou
rate statements to forward by tbe next mail. I
think, In the unfortunate combination of circum
stances, and th result which we experienced,
we have gained more than we hare lost. Our
troop have learned to have confidence in them-i
solve under fire, th enemy hav shown that
tbey will not meet ns In the open field, and our
offloers har learned wherein their organization
and drill are Inefficient. ? ' '.n'" "if
While waiting fur the official reports, I har
the honor to submit thus far the information of
which. I am posse ed.. I have the honor to be,
C ' ! '' 'aMt respeotfnlly, iljfj
1 our ooeuient serraui,
BENJ. F. BUTLER, Major Gen. com'g.
BENJ. F. BUTLER, Major Gen. com'g. LIST OF THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.
SEARCH FOR THE MISSING—ONLY FIFTEEN KILLED—
LESS THAN FORTY WOUNDED—NAMES OF MEN IN
FORTRESS MONROE, June 11, 1861.
A nartv. with a flaeof trace, went to ihescene
of conflict yesterday, relative to some mhsing
men. '" . ( . :
Toe casualties are not as large as at first re
Tbe feeling is prevalent that the partial fail
ure of the expedition arose mor from thawant
of skill In General Pierce, officer in command,
than from any other cause.
Tbe following are tne case in toe notpuai:
1. Josenh Richards, Company C, Third New
York rppfment. slight baronet wound In thigh.
3. Wm. C. Cady, Company Fj-Thlrd New
Turk rurlment. shot in abdomen mortal.
o James uaroett, uumpauy v, ,uua cn
Tork regiment, shot In thigh.
4 John Uoonouy, company a, luiru iiew
Vnrk rnirlment. shot in the knee.
6. Philip Sweeney, Company C, Third New
Tork regiment, Bhotin the thigh. . ;x ' T.
6. E. W. 8tone, Company 11, Third New
Vnrk muImPBt. eliehtlv WOUnded. '
7. Frederick H. Baker, Company A, Third
Nw York regiment, wounded in calf of left. -
8. Francis L Souther, Company H, Fourth
Masaachnsetu reelment. shot through both
arms and chest; died at 8:40 P. M., June 10, in
9. John P'uhrl, Company H, Fifth New Tork
regiment, compound wound of right elbow; arm
ampntated; doing well.
10. Joseph Koowles, Company E, Fifth New
Vnrk riment. rieht forearm amontated.
II. Conrad Gautb, Company K, Seventh New
York reirlmtct.wonnixed in chest. "
12. Joha- ConwayXompsny K, Fifth JJew
. York regiment, a shot nnaer toe skin.
1 13. Jamej 11. Praaton, Company A, Seventh
New York reeimenl, Sun stroke; doing well
( 14. Adolph Vincennes, Company A, Seventh
New Vork reeiment. shot rnlhe Chest, r- H
: 15. George Boyoe, Company H, Third New
York resiment. abot throouh the left armpit;
' 16. Joseph Yager, Company I, Fifth New
York rrwimrnt. ahot thronsb both scaoulfB
i 17. Wm. Hall, Company D, Third New Tork
rcvlment. shot in tbe wrist.- .. .
18. John Larkins, Company E, SscoodNew
York resimant. shot in the arm. r '
.ia. Laotean, uompany ti, secona new xoik
regiment, shot In the arm. '
'M. Dodge, uompany, r, eeconn regiment.
wounded slightly, --'-i-
iil. Moonev, Company , eecona regiment,
S3. Tibault, Fiitb-reglment, dead." -
It I imnossible to eire th list of th deed,
which it is now thought will not exoeed fifteen.
The casualties, as far as 1 nave sscertainea.
Colonel Durvee' regiment t onr suiea,
eight wounded, four missing. "
(olntiAl Tmnund'i rpotmenl Thirteen
jonndedj--one mortally, -,
Colonel Cart's regiment One killed, three
woanded.1 ?- 'f -r ;- TTi " j wT' J
It I reoortod tbat in Colonel Bendix's regi
ment, at Newport news, six were killed.
ur tne Vermont- ano- massacnueetts regi
msnts.it Is believed that only one wa killed
and four or five wounded, v - ' A
TO WHOM 1T JIAY C03CERN.
Tho Public Works of Ohio.
Orrict or firs Ltsstts or tbs Posiio Woscs,)
t..- i i . . .Ooutuns, Jan 13, I8l,
TBS nnderilrned having beeome the Lessees of ths
Public Works of Ohio, Under ths act of may 8, 18U1,
and having sntsred Into ths poissaaloa - of said Works,
hereby give nolle tbat in operatitg under said lease,
and discharging tbetr dntles under tb same, the bust
stss will bs fa one tad with lb publie through agents
aonol .ted by the Ms, saasrsucn rates, regulations.
rait rlc tions snd IlmltaOon,, a shall, bs prescribed for
their goveinnisat. t - --
Those Agents for ths present, will consist of on Oen
tral Agent, a Treasnrsr and secretary, for th Central
Office of the Lessees at Columbus: and the nscessan
number of Superintendents of Repairs and Collectors of
Toll oo ths several Works embraoea in tne lease
- Th General Agent shall bs the. principal exseutlTe
omoeror ins lessees, aid snail naT cnarge oi in gen
eral btulosss effle atOolunbus. He shall hare super
vision over ths business of the Lessees with th public.
and as suoh sgent shall szscat all contrasts,, except
those tor labor ana materials contacted wun tn ordina
ry repairs of ths sersral Workavand he shall audit and
settle all accounts. , t - ;
. Th duties of the Treasurer Sad Secretary shall be
loch as are aiualiy dlschuied by similar officers in ether
Tb Superintendents of lenairs shall, on thsir rs-
speotlT di.Uions, bar powsr to employ and iiscbargs
all sabordinates and laboreto, and to purchaa all tools
and material, necessary -in ths ordinary repair of such
girlston, and us ssms shall ns pnuer Uitir special eii
notion and a.saammt-' Ij
' Th Collectors ot Tolls, Water Bents sod fine, are
infested witn an tne autnonty ana powsr, proridea in
the laws ot ths Bute and the regulations of the Hoard
f Pnbllo Wsrks saads for thatparpee. when sacb Col
lect irs acts under appointment and aatbsilty from the
Star.'11 i i i. ft J- j : .-j. --
No IndiTidntl member of the Lessees shsll hav the
right to transact business in th asms of the Lessees,
with any person of -persons, in- any other manner than
through th appointed aneranles specially authoris
ed M he LMra so to dol nor shall any on of tb an-
points agsaahar authority-to Uaasaot any business
Aa-tk hwiI tb 1 nine, sassil-f th partisoUr
braseb of tte easiness eotrsded to htm, and subject to
uetinonobaM iHainitioDsoi ois uenoy.'
No aalhority to sorrow ssonew n IB eredll of th
Leasees, shall erer exist in any Lssse. sgent or other
employs of the Ltnee, nnless ths same snail be eon
ferntd or a ananlssen yt of tb twice s, at iwnlaf
msetln. and th amoont so aathsrlasd l b borrowed
speciuc n in i.raer snq sntersa oo tne journal
. ,Go.: W; MajtrruiaT la th enial agent of tb
f.MS, AuiAaut JS. SsnTa, Zrewarer, and loss
Jovca, nearstary. . . ,.
1 Im StHurintmrlimm at Itenafrs " ,rx'
. Oa tne II. t. S Oust snd W. Hat tf. ltadoD?!
Cooma, Xaotu BaowN, W. Jacxsos and AMiaf.
' Oa this Ohio, Walhotadfng and tiocklnir fJausls and His
Masklngusi ImpreTemsot-Ecsar H Itc-ax, -laoauii
HlLua, Prams ttsOAaTtrr, stltsstss Maoasat and
aTn Collectors oa thtOsnals, ktstklncum Imps
ent aod Hsame (toad, ar tb ssm that were In the
err toe of the SiaM at th Urn f th esecutioa cf tne
Mas, but all th aforesal I agents hold their appoint-
msnts at ins pieasar aaa option or in Manes.
, JoeaPB OOOPEft, '
WM. J JauKSON.
. . ( ARNOLD-MEDBSUr,
.'tlKtff. THOtiAS MOOBB,
. .THOMAS BKOWN.
Lessees of ths Publls Works.
:- The Ohio Stat Journal. Clatdnnatl Press snd En-
qulrar, Bay ton Journal and Implrs, Toledo Blade aad
limes, Cleveland flalndealer and Herald, ZumtIII
Conrler and Aurora. Ohilllcoth Ossstts and Advsrtlsr,
aod th potiMwaUi Trlbao and Patriot, will vubllab
an aoov aarsrtisemeni tbr lias a wsa ror mrss
weeks, and forward their bills for the same, rsoslpted,
to rfonn oyoe, secretary, uolomoae.
j M-d3u3w -
0. DOYLE & CO.
KJ i MucvtHareri and Whdl4l Tn.Un In
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. . Northwest Corner of High and day St;
A Jar: BtocVV.is and 8 tapis Ooods
i fSlWUtj iic'.ni W
Ornccor tbi Ooammoiius er tbs InrtiM Toss, (
Volomsos, tmio, tfuas iu, iboi.. f
Till Commissioners of ths Sinking Tan of the Stats
of Ohio loTlio subscriptions by ths psopls of Its
Stats to ths Loan of Two Millions of Dollars, antboria
ad by the aat of the Qonsral Suemblr " To prorlds
mora sffaetaally for the d b of lbs Stats aftiast in-
THIVBi UHmi ril v, Hill, I
narlianitca will ha laiuad In aumi of 1100. asd On- I
ward, payable July 1, 1808, at tbs Btat Treasury, bear
ing intonst at ths rats of tlx par otnt. nor annum, nay
able semi-annually, anlby the aot authorise tbs loan
fr.. frnm tax&llon.
BttbMrlptloos will bs rseslrsd at ths offlos of ita Com.
mla.lnnra In th OHw or OolnmhuL at anob Of UlS Sol I
nnt nankin institutions In th Stats, and at ths ssvsral I
County Treasuries in tb State, until ths 1st day of I
Interest will bs computed and paid from th dst of I
tne deposit of tns money at timer oi me piacs, aoe
E. VI. TAVISH, Auditor of Stats.
' -1 A. T. RUBSBLIi, Secretary of Stats.
V- JAMK j MURRAY, Attorney Oentral.
jsU-dtd i - .. :
Ohio ; White Sulphur Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
Tms Favoeite Resoet will be open
1 J UnO lOs lOOls .
rAHitnts nisiaise soAisme scants TnsaxASON.CAXSt
I .... ACCOMMODaTSn AT SESDCaO suns,
FOB BOOKS OB INFOEMATION,
" ADDRESS .' ;'
; - -. , i. a.bwatnh, ;
' 1 Lewis Center P. 0.,JUwr0e.,(le.
, my S3;dlm -
Slimmer Under Garments.
LADlfcS LISLE UrlBKR VESTS.
. Ladlst Oaoxe Merino do. do.
OSDtS BUS tirawsr. ano ouina.
Osnts India Oauis Drawers and Shirts.
Oott.n " "
- Gauss Merino Under Shir's. --.
" Whits Snd Brown Drlllln, Drawers.
Whits Llnsn Driwers. ,
' " ' xtra lT(rs Uoder Bhlrti.
- Supstlor Bngltsh Half Boss. '
r i Long Stoeklagt. -"
Fancy Oolloo Half Doss. ; ) .
Sutpendsrs. , .
' ' --Ooldsn Hill ShlHs. ' ' ' .
Por..l. h great Tarie.y snd at
' 1 BAISfcSOK,'
No. Si South High street.
nrom ths Rework Observer.! '
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are c-b-it
... ... u. vma liunu on each machine soiu
and are a so compelled to maVa rstorns to him, under
oath, at to the number soia, nis nooss g" " a.Z.
ment. from this reliable source we haTO obtained tne
followlug ttatUUos. 01 tns mscnines maoo m u
1859, thers were sold, . m '
By Wheeler tt Wilson ,3j
I. M. Blngor St Co.,
Grorer It Baker 10."
Showing the sales of Wheeler k Wilson to be SoiM
those of any other Company.
; Awarded ths highest premltinis at the
i Cnltsd Btetss fairs of 1838, 1BJ9 and 1880.
also at ths
Ohio State fairs of IPSO snd 1860
and at nearly aU the Oounty fairs to ths Btate.
' Our price at the J rcducHon a, to os -f
UKK mttCA maenmv now wiu. u ,,m . --.--n
the Interior two thrtad cAaOt sf fcA nutcMnt, now
'ih. ffTatU WILSON MAOHISS ..hjsthe
Loc Sticb thoonlyonewhlchesnnot bsraveled. it
t. alim o Both 8nof the foods, leaving no rdg or
aiainonlAs wuur tuu. . u
i Ten In their oes, free of ohsrso. .
.a- '7 f.' WH. BUMNKK CO
d &wdtosVwom Pike's Opera House. Cinetnnatl.
Mr WILLIAMS &C0.V
Front Street. Between State and Town.
rpiTE OLD OA BUI AO E
. 1 Bitnp b.till mnnina. and althowrh
tbs cream re or tats year nas set nwiuj
1 . .u. m.m. ah. I. attll tnrn-'
P "'.'""" nn7tS.WIV..na
.Srn. TifBoVa hitiN(1 TOPS and NO-TOP
nvunriu a r liHiH kki aw auun diubimi v-a
BUBBB and HACKS. Twenty years sic
torinr. has tlren our work a wlde-tperad reputation
Oarougn tn Bouinana
w. th.r.nr itMrm It nnnejosssar to say any thing
i. .. h na.nt f our work. Ws waaaaMT
armiT TtHieki. WscaassUsooo Tot Booairs from
- k. rnmiahed with snv amount of work
short nolle, and at prices lower than can bo bought any
where in tbe west, seeono nana jugg.c "
OtlBIIKC tug isvjvv wwsk ,
Tr-fbn.Milnt rlnn nMtlv fltrtd At inortDOtlOt) FM
toinfron-e between Bale and Town itweti, Oolua
bnt, Ohio. ' , -
1TJA1I communication. 53CTsOoT
HOWARD & 00
iAVtj AT NO. S3, BOOTH HIGH ST.,
V and examine our new make ot ., . ...
Bmnnfu-tneed b I. HOWARD As CO . Boston. Mass.
Those Watohss ar far superior to anything srer offered
to the nubile, hsrstofor. Uavus tn xiiMir siency.
lean sell them at prlces-to suit the times. I hsysjust
received a large stock of .. ,,
- jt: AMERICAN WATCHES,'
manufaetured by APPLBTON, TRACT, Sc CO : alio,
flat assortmsnt of - "- '-- "
ENGLISH AW D 8WI99 .WATCHES,
' In Sold and Silver Otssi, at Panic prices.
lanaa W. J. 8AVAOB,
. : . J vs r A e
13 THE ONtY KNOWN REMEDY fa
Eheumatism, . Gout - and -JJeuralffia,
iHDA BtJKI CTJK fOR ' &i
r ft la a eonTantsntly amnesd Band. oootalnTn a med
icated esaraaand. to be worn a round th Waist. Without
Injury to ths most delicate person si a cbaas ia habit
of llrlng Is required, and tt entirely removes tne die
ease from the system, without producing tbe injurious
effects arising from tb aso-f powerful -Internal seed!
etnss, which weaken -and, destroy th eonstliutlon,
tc'nal properties conulntd-lo the Band come in eontaot
Witn Mne aisoa ana reaca ins nisess, urousa n pore
f th skin, effecting is om Insstaos perfect eare,
nd restoring th parts afhicud to a beal hy eondiUon.
This Band is also a eaost powerful Aan stsmosaiatasoat,
and will eoUicly raller thssystsai boat UsfitmiotVMM
crleetsof kleteury.- Uoderatesas an eared inaf.w
days, aod we am eouiantly leoslving sestimeolal of
ffloaey in arrTted cases of long standinav v
ii.O). to b bad of Druggists aeoerallyr or
bs sent by null or azpress, with full directions for as,
to any partef. th wintry direst from tbe. frtaeipal
OfBcs, .?-.' r.. 'I b" tl
f i o. 409 BBOADWAT, Ksw
' G. SMITH At CO., Sols Proprietora.'
. Pssaiiptlv Olrenlsrs Ssnt free. ... i
ID" Agents tVattteo; KTerTttrhere
. Oantfta l Mattings.
i4t' 4, e-4,' TThlt antt Hertarta
' Whit Checked of superior qnsltty . For sale by
3 BAIN at SON;
, , . , No. SN South Big
STELLA gHAtVLS! T Eli I,
SHAWLS 1 1 In all deilrsbl colors, and at very
; K. South High (tree.
Koveltles In Nck Ties and lnarfs.; ' ' "
' . - Brron and Simla flnllare
1 'l'a' in,--
' M w. " "hroldered Pocket Hsndksmhlslal;
, Paris Kid OIots superior make, ,j , , (jrjjc
- Golden Bill Bblrtt, various stile, .-i rr , ;, . -
- 1 1: Ookkn Hill Shlru, do , , tlVjLV
driving ftnd Btrtwt OIotm, do .
BtmtOad Ptttkstt HskcrnhUAi J
t - ,7 a J .kkf
pr-u ao. sv bouw tiiga strsetv
t. T- . .
their nfteehth Annual
ITtHB PtJBLIO AHE BENFEBTHJI,a
1 ly Informed tbat this Farortts Blrnw will lTS so
v i A.t OoluixibTis, -
On ths Old Show Lot on Brotd Street,' en
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
jrtllVE ITth Rfia 18tnil8Bl --
Afternoon and Evening XnterUtnments will bs given
at two o eiocs: ana sercn 901001 r.
iS.I-M-1 ! ,
'Amour the msny'Bpeclaltlesof this Show, will he found
JAB. MBLV1LL.B, tns ureal aniiraunn
M'LLB 'BjAnSTTN BLbBiEB,
MADMS mwbVlljliB, '
. rr Ji'(i t ' '
;;:.!! . , c'
TOM TIPT ' !-
., JKRKY WOBLAND,
-;-' VRANK h GEO MfcLYILlB,
' W. A. IKATANV-' -Bid.
I With a numsrous Corps of AuxIHmIh, all under ths
personal superintendence of ths managing proprietors,
MBNt and PiBrsOTIO.ts to which all othtrOompa
nlc. would vainly nope to at.o .
1 IRISH ; STEAMSHIP LINE.
Btsam Between. Ireland and America.
NEWifORK, B03TOff AND GALtVAY.
Thtfnllowln new and manlSeent flrit-cistspaddls
I wheel Steamships oomposs the ahpvf, line, r. ' r, .
At) STATIC, S,8S8 tons burthen, Cspt, J. af soar
.1 (formerly f tbe Collins Lin )- -
niBETtNIA, 4,400 tons burthen, Cspt. K. PaoWsav
COUIMBIA, -4i0 - " - 'h.LarrcB.
AMGLt a, 4,400 " r (..-.. Mwaouoa.
PAoiriO, seoo " " I. Suns.
PitlMOB AtBkrir iBerew.;.) ;-' .': - . 1
j.juu j. nuiiii
hnVnf th abor shins will ieare New Tork'or Bostea
alternately erery Toeadsy lortuisnt. ror usiway, sar
nine the government mans, toncntng at ci. jonua,
The Steamers or this line nave seen constructed wna
ths greatest eare, under tbe ttrpemilon or tne gorern-
menl, naTewateru(rni ooropariarenw, inaai,nuv.r
led foroomfort, safety and spsed by aoy tt earn ere sfleat.
ThM .m MmnudfJ b akls and (xoerieneed -omests,
sod rry eiertion will b mad to promo l ths comfort
' passengers.. . i ' ' ' ' - "'
An(experlonoed Surgetn atttchsd to esch ship. . .1 '
KATES OF PASSAGE. ' ' :
flrst-clsis N. T. or Boston to Gslwsy Or Liverpool 100
Seoond-elats. -; " , -;'. - ' 25
lntelass. -. ' " " "'" toot vonns -
Vhintiu..- : to oalwa or Llrarcoot.
or an town in ireissa. on a Baiiwsy, - -
ThlMuuananrs are libarallr supplied WilhPfO
Vlsions of tbe best quality, cooked aod srvd by ths sr
Vants of tn Oompany.s r i ; .
. RETURN TICKETS. ..
.Pm-Um wl.hlni to send for their friends (rota th old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, ia
Ireland, or rrom tne principal eiucsoi aingiana ana Scot
land, st Tery low rates. . ....-, ..-i
Passeliiters for Hew TdTk, rrfrlng ty th Bolton
Steamers, will bs forwarded to New Tork f re of ebsrg
for passage or inrtner inrormat ton, spriryw
At the offlos of ihs Company, on the wharf, foot
r wm. aa. niuan...
Canal street, new x onr.- . -r - 'f t.C;j:
ROWLAND at ABnawAbii, Agents.
aprlll9.d6n. . :v,..-vmCj , ' ;".- " '-
i -'. '
HO. 29 SOUTH BIOS 8TSEST,
ARE JSTO"W OFFKBINU1
1,000 yards Saner Plata Blask Bilks at t OO-vtlne
2.500 lards Travella Dress and AUntlS Ooods
19 lag oentsx-valu 20 cents per yard;? . St
3,000 yards White, Brillisntss at 13 1-8 cants
value 20 cents per j ard
8,000 yards' Flue and Dooetilo aioghsms greatly un
der value, i M r?' r
LARGE AND' DESIRABLE LOTS OF
atOZAKBiaTJES, BAUOETJTKS, ' , , ,
CHAUI8, lOTJlABD 'BaM,"f '
(; EKQllSH BAEEQE8, IAVILtAs!;
tAWHB, CAUCDE3, 'lOPUKB,
G'-i aairt al t' tVlJtr ct h:
and VuirtloTistblw 3rews
la the molt deslrab'ls styles' snd st very lower! nrlces.
1VE ja.IT TILLAO I
Of all materials, made la the most stylish msnner aftsr
ths latstt Paris . fashlons-tbs msst elegant styles
.ths elty. 1 :s ' ' - - '
,f-.if.r:;i j asasn nun,
Ms. SDaV-ath. High street.
aOV LOST, HOV BEStOBXD.
jnRT PTTRT.TBnitD. ON TUB NATfJRB. TBEA
UBMT AND RADI0A.L OULE Of SPERM ATOKBUBA
or Seminal Vesknss. Sexual Dsblliti, UrTou,nas,ln
Toluntan Emissions and Impotenoy, resulting from
oe Irabu t. Jfcev ,tiy stool. :d.uainrwitaim-a pen
under seal, In plain snvelope, to any add resi, poet
KLINB, 127 Bowery, Mew Tork. r Post Office Box. No
4 sen. ,i.;a t L ' -mar21:Smd
MOFFAT'S L.IFfi.FlaK,ti. :'-
In all eases of oostiTeneM,trysrptla,1iniout and lrt
afacUonS, pnes, rhevraTflI, .'.fttert and agues, bsl
rate bead aches, aod all general deranireroents of health
the Fills hav Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will place ths Xlf PiUs bsyoDd
to reach of competition In the estimation sf sverypw
Dr. Moffat' Photnts Bitters will b found, equally
flcadons In all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, htd
ache, th sicknsti Incident to emales in delicate health,
aad every kind of weakness ot the d!get!v organs.
ftr sal by Dr. W- B. HOff AT, 33S, Broadway, w. Y.
aqj by all Deuggist. - . ' Wt - anySS-dfcWl
j Tbe following U. aa extract from
tetter written by the Rev., J. B. Holme, paster pic
Pierrepoint-Btreet Baptist Chusch, Brooklyn, PUT.
tits "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and rpeakg
valomet In favor of that world-raaowaed medlcta,Ua
Wwsiow's Soomim Bratrr roaCRuaasa Tsmurai
"Wssosan sdrertumierit In your oornmne of Ms
Wtmxow's Soorarm Btbot. Now w never said a word
In fsror of a patent SMdlelne before In tmr life but
feel eompelled to say to your readers that this 1 so hum
bug wi Bays TRrsn rr, aire a -row -nr to s au,
cuikts. It Is probably one of the most successful medi
cines of th day. beetles It is one of th best, and tons
of your readers who hers babies can't do. bstter than
lay ia apply." ' J ' -'' ' 'oc87:lydw
Hi,. S nil, tillll.liSSlMlllf II Ii
. ' -'1 TC w r.T 0tltUntIT. i!.-'l.-t f
Th AdTSTtlseT, having Mr rsstorwd to health th s
weeks' by' a vsry simple remedy, aftsg aavJus sflsM ssr
sral ysars with a smr lung aleeUea, aS that dread
dlsasN, Ooosmption-tt anxlous't tuskeknown tohli
fsllow-sulrepirs is means o curs. ,.;.,!. ,
ToaUwhodasfr It, h will send a copy of thspreecrlt
tloa used (ft Msjaargsllt wits she dlreottoei for preptr-
lng and sting th sas, rbich,ibr will and a smut Ora
for ComjoMrTJo, Asmma. Iloj)Tns, kc. Th
objeot of tb advertiser la ssndlng the Prescription
benefit th aSlldted, and sprsad loformaUoa which hsoon
oeiTe to k tnvaluabls, sad h hope rrery sofem
try htsrsmsdy, as ft will sett ttwaetbtat, tnS.BKrr
prov SSIsstot.f't . -yV I t
.-, ParUM wisaia la prtterlptMn wni piee an tress
! .rwltej w-il r star. JfKrTABD A. WILSON, -
1 i Mi K'A'i Willlamsbu
I t -js dII ff.f " Wlp Connly,Bew
Jtrmi AMIRIOAM WATCH COMPANY, of Walt-
bam, llass., bsjs to call ths atUnllon of tbs pablloto
ths followlog tmphatlo rseommsndatlon ef Waltham
Watcher, by ths leading praotlcal Wstehmsksrsand Jsw
tiers throhghout the United llstes. Tb snUrs list of
ttgoatuiet to It it quits too long for pulilloatlon Id on
adrsrtlMinent; but tbs nsau prsisnted will to reoog-
DUed by thois scquslnUd with ths Trsd as being la th
blghHt degrss retpectaMa snd snd laflasaUai. At tbsls
titabllshmsnts may always bs found tbs genuine Watch
es of ths Oompsoy's manufacture, In great variety. ,
signatures from many cities snd towns not folly
ressutcd In this Hit will appear la s futurs silver
stent.' ' ' '' '''
TO THE rUBLIO.
Th undersigned, practical Watchmaksrsaad dtalsn In
Watches, baring bought and Kid American Watches U t
a numbsr of yssrt sst, and hsrlng dstlt In all kinds f
foreign Watches for smuch longor period of time, be to
stats that they have nersr dealt In Watches which, ss a
class, or In Individual Instanest, have been more satis
factory to themselves or euttomsrs, whether In respect e f
durability, beauty of Bnlsh, siathematlcally correct prt-
porttoos, accurate compenssllos and adjustment, or 0
fin Umtmping resuffs, than those manufactured by
the Waltham Company.
N. I. CRITTINDBN, uieveiana,
JAHRSJ BOSS, Zanesviile,
B. JBetKIHB CO., vinnnHau,
BEQQS Sa 8MITII.'
SVM W1L0N McOBBW, . "
DUHMB St CO.,
0 060 A Mr.
0 PLATT. '
j, T. 1. M. ttOWABDS,
JOHN H. HOBBE,
W, H. RIOUttONO,
B. D. KAYS,
A. B. OlbLSTT,
B. D. LILLESTON,
J.JI- ODBBaN, -
i. W. BkOWK, . ,
. B. TOBIN. J
B ABBB fc IIUt'MAN,
a. p. botnton,
WM.M. MAYO, . 7.
I. NOBTBEY, ,
free port, .
A. w. roitu. j
t. Id. FOX,
H. P.ROBENBBIU,. ..
B. BtlgNHRlMEB A CO
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
Tarre Haute. . ' "
E astoc, "
. Looanon, "
Maueh Chunk, "
Peterson, . N. J.
' Bordentown, "
" Cumberland, Md
: Pulaski, Tens.
- Bpringflsld, "
St. Louis Mo.
1 . t .
w w. pj.nnaII.
II. B U. 0. UAsrin.su,
H08KIN9 St EVANS,
JOHN u ivas,
N. BEN NET,
A, B. STORMS,
WM. 8. MORGAN,
i. A. CLARK,
BLOOD Is PTJTMAN.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
W Y BtNUBAM St CO.,
OOAS. 0. fliSNCil.
B. BA8COM At CO.,
TBBO. f. PICKERING,
W. A. OILE8,
SAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
S)E0. W. STEIN, :
QRO- B. TITOS, '
GEO. STEIN,- -
J. LA80ELLB.I .
GEO. W. McOALLA,
f RANOI8 0. fOLACE,
f . f HELLER,
HOP. MAM, .
CI1A8. L. f I8BEB,
B. At A. PETERSON,
DAVID LAYEJtAOK. ,.
W. T. BAB.
NOOn f . BILLS,
BBNBY B. JAUE8, - , -T.
CARSON at BRANNON,
A. W. PYLB.
BIMPSt N St PRIOE.
Ac A GARDNBlt
MATJRIOB et HENRY
J T, SOOTT at CO., wnsiiog.
T. B. MDMPHREYS, Richmond,
A. VOGLEH, eaira,
J. W. MONTGOMERY,
BENJ 1. COOK, '
At BERT PITTB,
ELLIS GirrORO. -
P. W. MAOOMUKK,
J. J BURNS, t,
T.M. LAMB,. ' .. ;' .
B. N. BTORY,
0. W. fOGG,
AMOS BAN BORN , - .
Waltham, ,r "
Lowsll, f - '
ritUBeld, . " . ,
OrsnrSsid, ' "
Prorldence, ' A. I.
B Greenwich, M
W. M. ROOT.
J011N B. BOOTT,
WM. KlttKHAU, Jr., V.
L. D. ANTHONY At CO.,
THOMAS STEELE A: CO.,
HEMINGWAY ek SrEYENS,
WM. ROGER At BON,
0. J. MUN80N, Nsw TJavsa,
B. MENJSMIN, , , "
j, a. autux.
GE0R8B BROWN, . -
JS. 8. BUN I INSrON CO.r
B. A. WOODFORD, vr
H. D. HALL.- - '
JOHN L. SMITH, ,
JOBN GORDON, ;i
J. 0. BLAOKMAN, u
L, tt. HANDERavH,
H KN113HT. . ' !
N. G. OABR."
Si j. mellish,
W. 0. 0. WOODBCW-, '
WM. B MORRILL,
Inter, - - ,v
Laoonla, ,. "
Masbua, ' '' '
M. W. QOODARO,- '
OHAS. 1. BACON, .i
f . M. HARDiSON. ..
.. . Bo. Berwick,.
TWOMBLY SMITH, - - ,
MOSES M. SWAN, " ' r
JAMBa EMERY, : '"-"
HENRY H.BAM, '
ROBERT N . BODGE, ,
TOMPKINS at MORKIB,
0. 0. WILLIAMS. 7 0
. S. AO L.BOQERS,
BBINSMAID A HILDR1TH,
0 H. BARDINd, ,-, ... , ,
I, 0. PBINNEY.
?'. Ii 51 A a 'IT.
i. o. bates;
' St. Johuswry,
' St. Albans, --
0, H. HUNTINGTON,
f OBTSB GROW,
W K. WsLLAOB,
LXANDBS AMADON, '1
S.S JENNINGS, K
BkGOR A OO., r t
r , Bellow, falls.
' MtW Orleans,'
A. N BALL.
'; Nstobes, n.
,UI., Mllford,, v,.i
( , a eia'
, .44 t
, . Mis.
OatrriosA oar Watch If sow arnnstrslf oounUr
tilted by foreign liannlactarsrs, w bar to Inform the
public that n watch It of our produeUoa which Is anao
CompanJedby rtiatrt'ef gniiinss, bearing ths
aumbsrol ths watch, aad signed by our Trsaeursr, Bf
1, Bofchins, otyjtttprtileeaors, applttfla..Irac k
tK ,rvtf .'' ' J . g
As these watches' ar for sal by Jswslsrt geasrslly-
i . . i. i
UiNugaMt th CdIob, Ot Amsiicau Wttch Oompan
do noT solicit orde'rs for slngl sratches. . , - . t J A
L- j ;7 1 V!,'i IPBsINS A APPLITOHy. A
j ' Wholssal Agsnts, Mo. 19? Broadw
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