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Clj O)i0 Statesman
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iIDNDAY MORNINQ, JUNE 16. 1K61.
The State Journal--Mr. Douglas.
Oar atfenltoftai been bkliied bj several per-
sottf. RnabflMDl and Demnorate. to ani, article
lathe.7eewtieif ...eHtb last., headed ''FUgbt
f Jadp VttM w have been Mked why we
Aid Ml aotlet tbicxndaio'ai" retairks relative
to Jadg-BMUMt: W. answer . ,Tbere haa
aaaa seel, aa unlversit'expresslon from the press
aad the people, of rnourning and regret at the
lees af Jale Dpwuiis al tbli pa'rtioalar and
Uaporlant etSile In the; affairs of ear beloved
amatryftate tbobgbt we could iff jrd to let
U free wUbottt'iodce. : .The fisudUl. spleen of
aaoh papers u toe Slat Journal, Ashtabula aim
mL tad toe aoterioas lUornH's Pin eaa Palm,
U etWblted t7 few."- The editors of these papers
tin na jranerodfl impulses. ' Their hearU, If
.hey hare any, are calow wish poUtioal tnelig-
ftttr which follows the best men, aster tney are
ooslfned , to ; the oold 'grave, though a nation
mam s los , Bach mm are not "maae ap,
M o there Hbey bare substituted for blood,
Jeeoetloa f skim tollk and ' carmine. They
leva wgeefoaltT, no lore for country, Or ha
aMa.tVa.ltF ,4 eii e .-)
The artlole spoken of contain tbe following:
"We'Sbf those who bsltere that God re
atovee mea-when'the purposes for which-tbey
lire are afloomplUbed If Douglas had died teu
year ago, this eur trouble night not here come
emus .Eat this our trouble was la the order
f Providence, and Douglas lived. Peace to him
new and ill charity.-. We do not Judge him.
We 4 not propose to comment on the sbave
I rose tbe Jtntnal, but merely put it on record
and leave every- generous patriot to make bis
ewaeoinments. : Vu -'- ''
It k 1 jwrfeot character with the feeling
wbleb adtuated tbe Journal when it said; ''
Wby should free men deplore tbe lots of the
Union. - ' . '
-1 ' - -. .
Dooeus.wa true patriot, fast friend end
supporter af tbe American Union and Constito
tloa. Therefore the Journal has no regrets. '
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Seme days since we stated that "Simon Cam
ebon ta seoond to no man in tbe Culon as a skill
fal manager, and be is without conscience and
as sorrupt as man eaa bs."
The Zanetville Cenritr takes us to task for
this, tod says 'The Sttleiman declares what it
Tor t-ke ben tilt of tbe Oiwttr, and not for
any partleuJar benelt of Mr. Cameron we pub
lish tb JoUowing from the pen of Mr. Halstid,
ta editor of tbe Cincinnati Ctmmtteial, written
froa WaeWngions' 1 : f ! " -
"As Ibis1 letter will probably be printed about
ana nmo in country will oe rejoioingorer com'
lnf Into possession of Harper's Ferry.lt will be
appropriate and timely to make certain stric
tures wbieh ere loudly demanded. '
"The War Department bas done very poorly,
eoaetderlog tbe tremendous resources placed at
Its disposal. Tbe momentum of the North bas
doo iba work thus far, by forcing through tbe
Wee Department the necessary measures. Tbe
administrative ability required In this emergen
ay has been wanting. It is hoped that a whole
eoms change in tbe Cabinet may be brought
whotf soon, by tbe removal of Cameron and
Well) won the War and Nary Departments,
wba are very far behind tbe times.
"Mo one ever suspected Cameron ol bonesty,
but there Were bones that be had hmlncu
capacity, and that in the noaltion of Sint,
at War, la these times, be would make a rep
utation for integrity. In truth, however, be
is very incompetent. J be greater portion o
tbe really important bualoess of bis Depart
ment is performed by General Scott and Seo
tetary Chase. Cameron attends to the stealing
department. Be has swarms of relatives abou
bias, sons, brothers in law, snd all that sort ol
thing. One of. his sons is said to have made
twenty-two thousand dollars on a singls horse
coo tract, and tbe details of tbe transaction jo
tlf tbe opinion that there was the most fiiu
ful dishonesty in tbe matter.
"There la an organized band of thieves in
Pennsylvania that have stolen the clothe from
the backs, and the food from the mouths, ol
tbe Pennsylvania volunteers, until several Regiments
of the troops of that State are ragged
id half starved. These tbievee are particular
trleadt Of Mr. Cameron. They have a bouse
her where they conooct sobemes of plundering
tbe Government, and where, of hot titernoons,
they are In the habit of emptying a desen bot
tle of champaign into a bucket of ice, ant!
awilllsg till they can bold no more. . Tbe Peon
sylvanUna are being thoroughly aroused about
tba robbery of the State and troops by these
scoundrels, and It Is high time they were.
"If would b of greater advantage to the
won try than to gain a battle, to have Cameron
kicked out of the Cabinet"
This would Indlnst. that wa had a pretty
good knowledge vf the man- At tha darter
pabllslred-a tort or ptdigrtt, or biography oi
iif,"w hope tt will add tha sbovs; It will
be much mora complete and truthful. .
The Extra Session of Congress.
Tha new .York worU sums up twV of tb
morel Important items of business that musi re
ceive attentloa at tha extra session of tbe new
Coagrasa, whioh eommsnoes on the 4th of July,
taw weeks from next Thursday. The great end
to kej kept la view by the representatives of (be
Statec and af the people, is to provide efficient
xeaaae for raabingont the rebellion. ;! '
- Tha TTertf msles It the first business of Con
grceeo provide tha requisite military force, as
It la Biads by thr Constitution the exclosfvt
prwvino at that body "to raise and support as
aiaV' and also Mte provide for organizing, arm-
ug and disciplining tha militia, and for govern
lag each part of tbem as may ba emnloyed 1l
the tarviot tha';Unieed Statea.": MUlurj
levies, It la argedmust be authorised far be-
. yood any requisition that has yet been' msde
' aod tha President clothed with power to sum
lan ta tha flsld half a aulliss nun, If neces
aary. .Tb navy, too.lt it insisted, most b
largely tacreaeed for the effectual blockading ol
saa raael eaaata and tha protection of our com-
merce from prlvaUers. '
Tba Warld le doubUess right In thinking that
tha tsotf difficult matter of tbe session will be
to Btttie tha mode af raising the vast sums ne
cessary lor tha complete overthrow of tha ra-
fcelllQtt.f'It atstea" that at tha time of the first
aall fee IroopCf tha Ooverancnt awed about on
kanfted millions.'. It allows two hundred mil
lloni f; -putting down tba rebellioo, and fift;
millioM to cover ail peace deijolte making a
groat mm of three hundred and fifty allllom
to be provided for. v (.. i, . .. , .
Bow ia all this money to be hsdT Tbe pres
ent tariff, the WrW lays, will not yield ovei
thlrtyfiva millions, ard so tariff that Can be
devised ea Strict revenae principles, even with
the heaviest dutlea that can be laid oa tea,
ejefiet. and, other "artiolee now! on the fre
list, will field more than fifty millions noi
enough to meet the ordinary expenses of the
Ctovernmsni. Direct taxation for federal pur
poses, it ia said, would ba a new thing to our
people. It would ba new only la tha sense that
ll has not been resorted to recently. Twice
only has tha Federal Government laid t direct
ta& ooce to help pay off tbe debt Incurred tin
t'ae Revolutionary war, and again to aid la de
fraying the expemee of the war of 1817.
Whatsver objections there may be to di
reot taxation, It seems proper that tha ex
pontes of this wsr should ba met by an assess
ment upon property In some shape, and not by
heavy duties upon the oeoessarles of life, which
arc uied by rloh and poor alike. Such dutlea
tod taxes fall oppressively and urjustly upo a
tba families of those who have gone Into tAc
field to fight the battles of their country, and
who, for the most part, have either attic ot- so
property, . ., , ." ; ..' ,
, The World favors the creation by loarjt of
funded debt of three hundred and fifty millions.
Tbe largest national debt we have yet had was
ia 1816, when it reached one hundred and twen
ty millions. But the Warld thinks that our
available resources are ten times greater now,
than they were then. Now, let those resources
be looked to, and let the means need for meet
ing tbe expenses of the war bear a lightly as
possible upon the laboring maf s, and especially
open those who have or may risk their lives in
the army or navy. As tha people have nobly
respanded to tbe call of the country for men, so
they will cheerfully respond to the call for mo
ney, far the purpose of crushing out rebellion
and saving tbe Union. r
The Great Object before the People.
It is no time now to agitata ebangee In our
forms of government. Whether our State and
Federal system, at left ui by our fathers, Is the
best that oould have been devised, or whether
it is Suited to our present growth and condition,
is not, scd should not ba made, a question be
fore the people When the war Is over, and
the country again rrjuices in tha beams of
peace, these question may be properly diicuse
ed.afad referred to the popular decl-lon. Bat
now there is one single prominent object before
the loyal people of the United States, in which
tbelr attention and efforts are, and should be
kept concentrated, and tbat is, the preservation
of our Federal and State system In its unity
and diversity, and in its entire territorial extent
from the Gulf to the Lakes, and from Ocean to
Ocean. '.Whether this or that local institution
la destined to be established or to ail whether
this or that party is to be elevated or depressed,
or what forms of government arc to replace
old and decayed systems theso are mat
ters wlto. which we nave no present con
cern. Our sole business now Is to see to it tbat
our Union Constitution ss it was under
Gsoeoc WisiiMOTOM't Administration, and as
it Is under Absahasi Lincoln's, shall be ac
knowledged, not only in theory, but In fact, the
supreme law of the land In every State and
Territory, and that the State Government! at
they are, or were six months tgo, ahall move
on in harmony In their appropriate spheres
We can no more dispense with our Union Con
stitutlon than we can spare tbe sun in heaven,
and no more afford to loee a State than a planet
in tbe solar system. A single star blotted out
from our political firmament would Involve us
in darkness, confusion and ruia.
The feelings and passions of tbe loyal people
In the United States sre aroused and concentra
ted, like the rays of light and heat in tbe focus
of a burning lens, upon a single point the
preservation of the Union as it If, er as it exist
ed on the day that Abraham Lincoln was elec
ted President. The people arc and will remain
united on this point and for this object, and for
nooiher.'.He whoseeki to distract tbelr atten
tlon or divert It from this great and noble end, by
raising issues and questions tbout tha propriety
of permitting certain old established State In
stitutions to continue, or about the reconstruc
tion of a new Union or Republic cpon a new ba
sis, it an enemy to hit country, and ia weaken
ing the hands and counteracting tba efforts of
those who are laboring and fighting for the
maintenance of the Union in its integrity.
Tbe people will rebuke all aeeret at well at
open disuniomsts. At present, they went no
ohsnge in, or reconstruction of, our form of gov
ernment, but trc determined tbat It shall be re
spected and maintained. This It the fiat that
bas gone forth. It it tbe decree of the Amer
ican people. Let ditunonists of all grades and
all sections take warning. ,
Army Contracts-Fraud in Clothing
in New York.
Never, in the history of any government,
have a people been to nnmercllully fleeced
and iwlndled, u havt the people of the United
States slnoe the commencement of this war
The press of. the country le literally loaded
down with exposures of the most high-handed
villanles ever perpetrated. . Thla 1b especially
so In the greet Btates of New York, Pennsvl
vanla and Ohio. It cannot be possible , that
these Infamous outrage can be canted on
tbey are, without tbe connivence of those who
have the oontraott to let on the part of tbe
Statu and General Government.
. Whils tbe utmost liberality bat been exer
cised by the people for the support of tbe sol
diers, by the appropriation of immeneo tumt of
money from the herd earned taxes of the peo
pie, it it palpable that it has been divided,
in about equal proportions, between tbe
support of the loldlert, and the pet contractors
tbe contractors often getting Jbe larger share
unless, Indeed, those who yit the contrsots set
their proportion or the profits.
In addition to what we publish In another
place from tbe Cincinnati Commertial, we copy
the following from the Buffalo Courier, at to
what it going on la New York:
Probably the most flaarant and eitenalva
rraua tnat fits yst coma to our knowledge is
mat urnuveu iu ujb uioiuina contract awardd
to Brooks ft Co. Tnis w one of those com
pound rascalities In wbiob tbe Government, or
ne people raintr, were outrageously cheated on
he one band, and tb poor soldiera on the oth
er. - i ne price lor wbicn tbe contractors sgreed
to furnish the nnifoime would have afforded a
liberal profit on tbe article called for in tbe ad
vertisement. Nineteen dollars and fiftv oenta
is a bigb price for a uniform such at the honeat
men ta tbe Military Board sought to procure
We have already described the character and
ooet of the fabrio which was ased for tbat nur-
puww uiw - ouuuuj Mvuueu, wdicu Will not
endure a hearty shake without fallinc to niecaa.
Who is responsible for tbls outrage we do not
ouaertaxe to Bay, out toat collusion and briber
formed an element of the transaction Is beyond
queedon. Tb persons who accepted the spec!
mens or tbe worthless snodd' must have been
in a conspiracy witn tbe extractor, or they
were me oiggvwi ounces was were ever bum
aueged by a tricky tailor.
i Tbie contract wae lor 13.000 uniforms, and
toe pronte upon it mnst exoeed I1UU.UU0. pro-
i . . . i . i. . nnn . i . . . . . . .
naea toe yoe.uuv bhii neia oacx is paid over.
n event not likely to happen, tiooe Lieut-Gar.
Campbell and State Engineer Riobmond have
oeen appointed to investigate the affair.
Another clothing- contract, or series of con
tracts, ror me clamors or the hungry applicants
were so importunate tbat the Board were eon.
.trained to split the big job up Into tome half
dozen nine ones was awarded on - d ffermit
principles, and while the people have been did
dled out of a handsome sara of monev. aa t.K) .
000, to reward partisan claimant, the soldiers
will be rain v served, ine Board Invited pro
posals for 15,000 uniforms, requiring tbe bid
ders to furnish temples of tbe materials which
tbey Intended to nse in tnakiog tbem. A laree
oumber of bide were made, that of Arnout ft
Co a well-known clothing bouse In New
York, being the lowest. Tbe bid wat sixteen
aol' j$t, and tha others ranged from sixteen end
a ' Motion to nineteen dollars and fiftv cents.
Jew what think you was tbe course of the
icjri, on opening the Dronoialat The divided
i job into aeveral parcels, giving a score or two
- f paruaaDB a snare lnitnc tpoile, agreeing to pay
f igbteen dollars for each uniform, thus burden-
tog tbe people with $30,600, simply for tbat
purpose- t Arnoaz ft C.. who ircd to furnlih
ail the clothing required, at sixteen dollars per
mu, wr awaroea tne making Ol x.ow uni
forms at eighteen dollars apiece,
It appears thstCol. Wall sea's Indlsnltnt
gave the Virginians another "scare," at Rom
ney yesterday. He imarohed upon them, and
they instantly took to tbelr heels, leaving their
camp equipae and stores in tha bands of tbe
Hooslers. While we rejoice at tbe sucoess of
tne Indiana troops, wa are Indignant tbat the
Infernally miserable management of troops in
tbls State has kept the Ohio lads in camp.
Juet here, we may remark tbat we heard yes
terday, from a gentleman who insisted that his
autnonty was good, tbat Geo. McClellan Bald
he was afraid be would be compelled to do with
out tbe asslstnace of the Ohio troops. Let there
be reiorm quickly. Oom-woicf.
. Will some one at bead-quarters Inform the
publlo what this meaosT If Gen. McClbllah
intends not to ose the Ohio troops, the people
would like to know why.. Should the Ohio vol
noteersbe set aside because of the bungling
management of tbe State offlalalsT We think
not.- . .
1 Tbe Democrats of this gallant Democratic
county have nominated the following ticket!
Representative D. S. Uhl.
. Sberiff-J. 8. Nelson.
'Auditor John Wblteman.
, Prosecotlog Attorney L R. Critcbfield. '
, Treasurer Tbos- B. Rain.
Tba Wayne county Democrat says:
The ticket nominated is composed of excel
lent men reliable democrats, wba possess ev
ery qualification to dlsobarge the duties of tbeir
respective positions In a cred. table manner.
We learn the nominations give general eatlr
faotlon, consequently the success of the ticket
Is certain. -
Little Holmes should give one thousand ma
jority. ... -
The Democracy of Mereer county have nom
inated the following ticket: ' "
For Auditor Robert G. Blake. 1 '
For Treasurer George W. Rsudabaugh. "
For Recorder Theophalus G. Touvell.
For Prosecuting Attorney William B. Baker.
For Commissioner Christopher Scbunck.
For Surveyor Msrcus Schuyler. '
The Western Standard notices tbe Convention
at follows? -
We refer with pride to tbe proceedings of the
Democratic County Convention held on last
Thursday, for the purpose of nominating a
ticket. The court house was full to overflowing,
and such nnanimity of feeling as was exhibited
by the delegates, ws never before witnessed.
The resolutions were sdopted unanimously, and
the nominations all made by acclamation.. Tbe
Democracy of this county are as firm and un
flinching In bsbalf of tbeir prinotplee ss In days
gone by, and at this present time, when civil
war is rife In our land and those who are at the
bead of our State and National Governments
are managing affairs with a wanton reckless
ness, profligacy and favoritism never before
known, tbey feel it a duty they owe to their
oountry mora than ever to keep up tbeirorganl
The Convention instruoted in favor of A. B.
J. Snyder for Representative.
The ticket throughout is excellent, and wor
thy of tbe support of every Democrat In tbe
Mr. S.iroia was tbe late true and attentive
menber from that district.
The resolutions, by Mr.Le Blond, were patri
otic tnd tn a proper spirit.
ST The Mansfield Herald reports that tbe
Granville Female Seminary is about being re
moved to tbat place. The first session of tbe
Institution will commence on tbe first Wednes
day in September next, in Mansfield.
HT Gen. Jo Lani baa met with an accident.
Ha shot himself near hit residence in Douglas
county, Oregon, the ball entering tbe lower part
of the breast and coming out at the shoulder.
Tbe wound Is serious.
IT The Tenth Regiment of Light Infantry
are on their way from Utah to Washington. It
is commanded by Col. Alixanoib. It It said
to be the moat effeotive Regiment In the army.
They are armed with rifles.
CFQov. Cdbtin of Pennsylvania, hat appoint
ad Tuesdsy, the 21 day of July, to eleot a tuoccs
tor In Congress to E. Jor Motrus, appointed
Minister to Constsnttnople. i
. 07 It la tald that Hbnrt Wintib Davis will
be appointed Minister to Austria, in place 'of
BoBUNOAjf t, rejected by tha Austrian Govern
ment, and tbat Bosunoamb will be sent to
17 The Philadelphia Pmt, speaking
HtMiT Mat, elected over H. Winks Davis
Baltimore, tay I:
"Hon. Henry May wae a supporter of Mr.
Douglas In .the last Presldentisl canvass. Mr,
May is a very eminent, lawyer of Baltimore
and bas committed himself, in the most une
quivocal manner, for tbe Union. He ia said to
tavor means of compromise, and is not commit
ed in favor of the present policy of tbe Admin
istration." - . A . ( .
Cbasob or Tbkason aoainot a Pbominxnt
Mischant. Mr. John A. Skiff, Commission
ana forwarding Merchant, on front, between
Main and Walnut streets, was yesterday ar
rested oa charge of giving aid and comiort to
the eoemles of tbe United Staes, by forwarding
to tbem butter in ale kegs, marked as ale, and
shipped per Madison packet to Carrol ton. Ken.
tucky, and from thence reshlnoed to Louisville.
in care of Tait, Anderson dt Co.,' by whnm it
was lorwaraea soutn. it is also alleged tbat
ne nas snipped oscon ana powaer as ale ete
the same route. Mr. Skiff is arrested at the
Instance of Deputy Collector Pollock, and will
have a preliminary examination before United
states Commissioner Ualliday, at ten o'clock
mis morning. Asjutrer.
-ETTbeNew York Tribune mjb: ,
It is not true that one of Butler's ( necrose 1
contraband of war is employed at tba White
House. A tnougbtless person brought a small
parcel there, bm tha President) never received
ll, and it waa seat away within live minutee after
us arrival. I be fresident knew notbine about
the matter nntil tbe boy had gone, and tben ex
pressed himself strongly against tha propriety of
ui proceeding. v . . -. -
The boy probably thought they had said so
mucneooui negroee, tnat tbey wanted tome at
the White House, r ,n . . , , ';
ET Tba Albany Evening Journal tays:
"Thtt Emperor or General, whoever he waa.
who advised tbe banning of dishonest arm v con.
tractors, showed both ble wisdom and bis human
Uy. '1 be contractor and quartermaster who
robe the soldier, either in olotbee or rations, is
the worst kind of an enemy. Tbls bas been
done to a disgraceful extent. Clothes have been
made of worthless materials. Koapsaoks are
furnished made of such wretched etuff as to fall
to pieces the first time they are exposed to rata.
Soldiers thus clothed snd equipped are not only
wronged, bnt are until for tbe duties reaulred
of them." -'' ' ' ' t ; ' -.H .
''A Nrw Secrsiion. Bliss, tbe acti&f Gov
ernor of Pike's Peak under the old "Provisional
Government," hat leaned a proclamation in
wblch ha refuses to reeoirnige tha aathorit of
tba United Statee. Ii is tat I thai many miners
are in league with Bliss, and that there It dan
ger of a collision between him and Governor
Indictments for Army Frauds in
The Grand Jury of Allegheny Co., Pa i have
found Mils of . Indictment tgaintt Emanuel
Maurlct, Asher and Abraham Frowoenfeld,
Joseph and James Morgsnstern, and Charles
M-Nell, "for Intending to cheat and defraud.lhe
oltlxtut of tht commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
who did.on the 831 dsy of April , 1 681 , at the city
of Pittsburgh, conspire, combine, confederate
and agree together to deoelre, cheat and de
fraud the cltltsne of Pennsylvania of tbe sum
of ten tbouiand dollars, by divers subtle and
fraudulent means and devices.
The above named persons were arrested and
put under bonds of $5,000 each. A eriminal
prosecution. . X.
Tblt it commencing In the right way.
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Liidtinant Gkbli. A Philadelphia cotem
porary tavst - . i ,
r-The gallant Lieutenant, John T. Greble, ot
the Seoond Retriment U. 8. Artillery, was one
of the vict Ims of this first serious disaster of
tbe war. ' He was a Pblladelphlan, and a son of
cuwin urebie, tbe proprietor or tbe large mar
ble works In West Chestnut street. He was
educated at West Point, and graduated biah
In bin class. He was but twsntyseven years of
3w nis wue, a daughter ot tbe uev. Air
Frenoh. of Weat Pnlm. ii now in thla clt with
ber two children, they having lately come here
from Fortress Monroe. The loss of this brave
and talented officer ia one of tha meat dlstreai.
ing things conneoted with this blundering in
Virginia. - ' rr
We are informed that on teaterilav the Min
istere of the District waited on Mr. Lincoln in
a body to urge a course of reconciliation and
peaoe, and tbat he replied that the platform
on wbfeb be was elected should be carried out
if it cost a million of men! Alexandria (Va.)
Wa don't believe tbat Mr. Lincoln said any
thing of the kind, and he hadn't better talk
mucb about carrying out aectlonsl platforms
wuna true national Union men are Bshtina the
battles of the country and the constitution
against sectionalism North and South. We
do not understand this to ba a fitrht for the ea
raoiisnment ot a platiorm tbat Is obnoxious to
two-thirds of tba Amerioan people. Frteport
Viu ; Biuieiin.
Ma. Haavir's Suoccssoa Tbe last ea dit In
Republican circles at Wasbtneton is to tb ef
fect tbat Hon. Emerson Etberidge, of Tennes
see, win be appointed Resident Minister to ror
togal, in place of James E. Harvey, to be re
COCNTCSFZIT. A new and daneerons counter
feit ten dollar bill on tbe Blue Hill Bank, Dor
chester, Mass., bas just made its appearance.
Vig.: (on upper left end) man seated beside
anvil, hammer, ate j train of cars in tba dis
tance; tin below; large X in centre of note;
farmer with sickle and sheaf, one foot resting
on a stone; ten above, on right end. Better ro
lute all of this plate. - - ,
Gin. Scott's Birth Dat Sinoclab Coinoi
dbnob It is a siogular coincidence that
Thursday , tbe 13th lost , which is to be observed
ss a dsy of fastintr and nrsver in tbe . Rebel
Statee, Is the anniversary of the birth-day of
uen. scott. 'i ne same day, therefore might
very properly be cb'erved in tbe loyal States as
a day of thanksgiving snd praise. Gen. Soott
was corn in ioo.
Tbe Canals We sre informed bv Col. R.
H. Nugen, Agent of the Lessees, that tbe dam
age to tbe Ohio Canal by tbe recent rains, will
be fully repslred and the Canal in condition for
passing boats about June SUtbt OAte Dm.
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' Trains Leave Columbus as follows t -MOENISO
.eaves uoinmuas s su A. 11. from Union Dpit. via
wiiaira or eiaanti'M : arrives at aellalri, 10.80 A
St.; BtubDYlll, IS. SO P. 11.: fliubanib. 1 40 P. M.
uarrUbart, 1. 10 A. M.i tta AlUntoun, arrtres at htw
Tors. 8.00 A. M.j ola PkUatklutoa. arrlros at Phila
delphia, a.io A. U.; Htw york. 10 20 A. hi. Connects
au at uarrisrari lor aaltloMra, ariivingat 7.15 A. It.
Sleeping Can attaohed to tWi Train
Proln Colombo, run directly through to-Bellalre or
ruiaouria wiuooi onanfe; aod fasMDgers via Allan
wwb inift w fiiw aora ai o a. u.,
1QTWO HOURS IN ADVANOB Of NORTHERN
Tbls Train also connects at Bellatre with the
. . Baltimore end Ohio Railroad. ,
PITTSBURGH XZPBX88. .
Lmtss Columbus 11 SS A- M ., from Union Depot, rla
Btenbenvlllc; arrlres at Newark, 13 SO P. M.i Ooahoe
too, 8.1SP.H.; SteutMuTilla, 0 P. af.; PltUburg, S 40
P. 14. irTThit la tneonly route by which Pastenftra
vau .- vwuinu.M , mt n ., go inrouga 10 irllt.
oiirgu in aayugui, wiuiooi coaDf or ear or delay.
. - PAST UNI.
Leaves Oolaatbus . P. H., from Cnloa Depot, via
nv.iinv. unit, at ninii, a xj V. ai.i 2aneTllla
St P. at Btllslra 7 .65 P..M.1 Plet.borVh. 11.21 p.
M,LHlrfi,bar'' 9 00 A' M,i w ei'axfc'em arrlrea
VL.?y, Jork,.4,J,-M-i fMtaMpkia, arrires
Phlladalphla, 1.10 P. M.; Mew York, 6 P. M, This
ma am Goonaoia at uarrusarg lor Baltimore, ar
rlTlog at 1 P. H.
Thla Train runs through to Bellalro or Plttiburgwllh
V u nwon oi UU B.I1U I mm miunflr Ih.M (a
cumDf oi vara so rni'adeioma, or via Alleatowa
new ora thus offeilog
Tba only Route from Columbus to Baltimore.
i 1L1I. J.I.li. T ajr . ... '
uiiaucipma, or new xora, witn only
one ohangc of Cars. .
BV this Train Paiaannra arrlni In N v.w
hours In advance of tha Northern lines.
This Train also counsels at Ballaire with the Baltimore
Kan VUIO A. A.
ETThis Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
. mw.A - . i inn . i .
, uu inura taau iuu mues snorter to
, New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all Im
port tut rointi ait.
ASK IOK TICKETS VIA
' BELLAIRC OR STEUBEN VILLE.
Tickets Good orer either Jtente,
JKO. W. BBOWN,
- Gen. TJcket Aaent Central obis B. B.
"'' - I. A. HUTCHINSON,
Oen. Tleket Agent Btsnbsorilla Short Line.
Summer Under Garments.
LADIES i,ILE UNDER TESTS.
Ltdlet Qoat Merino do. do.
flints Bilk Draen and Shirts. - ,
dents India Saass Brewers and Shirts. . . X
; Oases Merino Under (atria. " i i ' -!
Whltt and Bin wo Prilling Drawers. ''
"uiw Liurn ir,weri, . ? -
Bitia tart Under Shirts. -n, w ..
Snpeilor Bngllsh Halt Hon. (
Panoy Cotton Half Hose. ' ' '
Tor sale In
great variety and at moderate
BAIJf at go;
Mo. M South High street
TO WHOM IT MAY CON JE EN.
The Publlo Works of Ohio.
" Drrics or Tns Isntts or tbs Posiio Woms
' .- p jr V JM'Olseoa, Jane 13, IBS1.
TnB anoVnUmsd having beeom's the Lessees of the
Pablle Works of Ohio, under the aol of May 8, Mail,
and hiring entered Into the poeeetsloa of said Works,
hereby giro boiIos that In operation under aald lease,
and discharging their duties under the uai, tba busi
ness will be traawetod with the publlo through agents
appointed by the Leueea, under suoh rules, legulations,
reetrlollona and HmltaUona, as shall bs prescribed for
tbeir goreroment. ,
Thota Agents for the present, will oenslst of one Gen
eral agent, a Treasurer and Beorelary, for the Oentrat
Ofitoe of the Leasees at Columbus; aod the neceteary
number of Bupsrlntenrliints ot Kepalrsand Oollec.orsof
Tolls on tha seroral Worka embntoed In the leaie.
The General Agent shall be the principal exeentlrs
offloer of the Laisees, atd shall hare oharge of the gen
eral busloeea offlos atOolumbus. - He abail hare super
vision over the business of the Lenses with ths public,
and as such agent shall execute all contracts, except
those for labor and materials conceded with tbe ordina
ry repairs of the several Works, and he ahall audit and
settle all araoanis.
The da les of ths Treasurer and Secretary shall bs
suoh as are usually discharged by similar offloers In other
lb Superintendents of Repairs shall, on their re
spective dttltloos, have power to employ and discharge
all aubordlnatea and laborers, and to purchare all tools
and materials necessary in the ordinary repair of such
division, and the same shall bs under their special di
rection and management. r-
TbeColltotoraof Tolls, Water Bents and fines," ar
Invested with all the authority and power, provided In
the lawe of Ihe itate and tb regulations ot the Board
of Publlo Work mads for that purpm. when such Col
leoturs acted under appointment and authority from the
No Individual member of tba Lesiees shall bsv tbe
right to transact business In the nam of th Lessees,
wlih any person or persons, ia any other manner than
through the appointed agents, unless spsclally authoris
ed by th Leisees so to do; nor shall any one of the ap
pointed agents have authority to tran,aot any business
In ths name of the Leisees, exoept in th particular
brai oh of the business confided to him, aod subject to
th restrictions and limitations of his agency.
No authority to borrow money on the credit of the
Lessees, shall ever exist In any Lessee, agent or other
employe of th Lessess, unless the same shall bs con
ferred by a unanimous vote ot th Leeiees, at a regular
meeting, and the amount so authorised to be borrowed
specified In th order and entered ou the Journal.
Qio. W. UixvnNsv is the Genual Agent of th
Leuees, Buijahih U. (JUTn, Treasurer, and Joiiri
Tbe Superintendents of Repairs are!.
On the M. at B Canal and W. llfc U. Road -Joami
Conns, Thomas Baows, rVa. J JacKSoh and AenuiL.
On the Ohio, Walhondlng and Hocking Canals and ths
Muskingum Improvement Kcssax II, Nohin, Thomas
MtLLia, Pexxia McUahtht, Htlvutix MaoaiaT and
Th Collectors on th Canals, Husklnrum Improve
ment and Maume Road, ar tiieesme that wer la th
servlesof tho Biate at tb Um of th execution rf the
Leaaei bnt all theaforesaU agents hld their appoint
ments at tbe pleasure and option of th Leiaeesa
. JUbKPU COOPER,
WM. J. J AOKSOM, :
Lessees of the Publlo Works.
Tb Ohio Btst Journal, Cincinnati Press and En
quirer, Dayton Journal and Empire, Toledo Blade aod
Times. Cleveland Plalndealer and Herald, Ztoesvlll
Courier and Aurora. Chllllooib (iatette and Advertiser,
and th Portsmouth Trlbuoc and Patriot, will publish
the above advertisement three tines a week for three
weeks, and forward tbelr bills for tbs same, receipted,
to Jonn rfoyce, secretary, uolombue.
OHIO UNION LOAN.
OrriCI or TSt COMHtSStORIR Ot TBI 81HKI FtJKD,
Oolousos, Onto, June 10, 1801. ) .
TE( Oommlsslonsrs of tb (inking Fund of ths But
of Ohio Invite subscriptions by the people of lb
Stat to th Loan of Two Millions of Dollars, author a
td by th aot of tb General Assembly " To provide
more effoctuslly for th d nc of the Bute againat in
vasion, patted priISS, leOI.
OertlOcaus will b Inued In sums of (100, and up
ward, payabl July 1, 1808, at th but Trsatury. bear
ing Interest at tbs rat of six per cent, per annum, pay
ahlo semi-annually, anl by tb act authorising the ioan
fre from taxation .
Bubsorlptlon will b received at the office of the Commit-loners
in th Oity of Columbus, at etch of th sol
vnt banking Inotltuilone In th 8ute, and at the several
bounty Treasuries In tb Btate, until th 1st dsy of
Interest will be computed and pstd from the dst of
th deposit of th money at either of tbe placet above
R. W. Tt vim, Auditor of Bute. .
A. P. KTJ94KLL. secre'aryCf Bute.
JAMES MURRAY. Attorney Ueneral.
their Fifteenth. Annual
T"E PVBLIO ARE RESPECTFBI,.
a r Informed that thlt Favorite show will live an
BATTnaniSV . KTmmVA.nM.a . n 0
On the Old Show Lot on Broad Street, en
, MONDAY AND . TUESDAY,
JVNE 17th and 18tb 1801
Afternoon and Evening Sntertilnments will be given,
at two o'clock and seven o'clock P. M.
ADMISSION, To Box..
" To PH..
Among th many Specialties of this Show, will be found
ao. nibiii jtiLib, ine urea, ausiraiian,
M'LLB lEANBTTR ELLSLER,
M'LLB ZOTRA, " : "
NAT. AUSTIN, .. , , .
TOM OSBORN. ...
TOM TIPT iN,
- JERRY WORLAND,
v . . . VRANK St OKO. MELTILLE, " "
W. A. DON A VAN,
... BIO. DOVAL,
J. w. Paul. ' '
With a numerous Corps of Auxiliaries, all under the
personal superintendence of tb managing proprietors,
Wilts dlselplln and laef have elevated thl class of
amusements to a Btanftardor ISbSUANUK, hfiglNE
MENTand PBRVBOTIOM, to which all other Compa
nies would vainly hope to attsln ...
ANDY SPRINOIR, Agent.
Jnns tt.ltda.nw .... . .. .
Ohio White SnJphnr Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
This Favorite Resort will be open
for VignoRif, , '' ::" "
Jxrto 10; 3.001.'
raxmrs entaiso soasnixs euaixa tbsixok, cam si
. . AOcoMKonaTto at buod nans.
FOB BOOHS ORINF0EMATI0N,
J. A. 8WAYNIE,
Lewis Center P. 0., Delawar Co., Ohio.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bs received at th office
of the Oountv suiiltor of fnnkiin .na.t. cihn
until MONDAY, JULY 16th. IHCI. at 19 oVin.. M. i.Z
the Superstructure, Masonry, Excavation and EmbankH
mem oi in following bridges In th county of frank-
Over th Bock? fork, whera tha annnta mmA Ik.
township lino between th towntblpt of Jefferson and
Plain crosses tbe tame. Bridge to bt 80 feet aptn and
feet wide In the almr rovetra na ni. aP.i....
Oraek at Dr. Clark's ford, In Hamilton township, on
tbe road leading from Columbus to Lookbourn. Bridie
be 800 feet tpao and IS feat wide In tha a !
ed. Orer the branch near Dr. Srenhenaan'a. wh.r, ,h.
road leading from Columbus o Weetervllle crottet tha
same. Bridge i to be St feat spin and It feet wide In the
o,r. v vanai at 4ona itogers', la Madison town
ship. Hids to be separat for Superstructure, Masonry, aod
Exoavatioa and dtmbankment.
Bids for BttMritrnotura tn ha uwimiMnU t..
r,rf ,i..- ; f r.au.
. JOHN BNIDRR, j 1
THOS. SPARROW, Co. tOm.
D. B. RTRUTB . j
JM-dlw4 ; ' t ,-. ,
..fCrltlieopy.) ' .I-
; Canton Mattingsl
I'il'A.. w, aa ant
Whit Checked of superior ootltiv. ' Fnv salt bv .
'- 'I BAIN BON, '
no. south, nigh sti
Prom th New It erk Ohsemr.l i-SJ
As all partlea saanufscturing lewlnr M aehine ar ob
liged 10 piy Air. Hnw a Uesnse oa Mh aohln sold,
and ar a so compelled to makS returns to him, ander
oath, as to thenumbereold, his books glv a eorreot state
ment, from thU reliable souroa we faaiv obtained th
following statistic., Ot th machines mad la the year
1659, there were sold,'' j. : lri.n ' Tl ''Ut i
1 By Wheeler St Wilson..... 21.30J
' I. M. ginger Jt Co ......I0,0SJ .
.. Graver at Baker. ........... .10,980 .-.
BhowlDg th sales of Whstles at Wllsoa to, bs double
those of any other Company." '
Awarded Ui highest premiums at the ' ',-r ' -ITnltettBlates
lairs of l58,18itand lBM;Tr .
'-.- alsoat th
Ohio Btat fairs of lM9sAd 1869,
and at nearly all th County fairs In th Bute.
Our prices, at th lass reduction, art a low a any
lode eOa machine now eold. aod but a tilde higher tbaa
th interior tvo thread chain etich maohinti,, now
forced unon tbe market. .
Th WHEBLKR St WtLBON MACHINE makes th
Loos Stich th onlyon which cannot bsraveled. It
Is Auxi on Both Sinasof th goods, leaving no rVft or
thatnonthe under etde. s- .-
All maeMnea wur' anted I year, and tnelruotion
given in their us, free of onarse.
. H. ORARY.B1 High St., Columbus, 0.
-t .-; ., WM. 8UMNKR fc CO., .
dsc3 ewd3mkw8ra Pike's Over House. Cincinnati.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.l
Th following new and magnificent first-class paddle
wheel Steamships compote the abov line: -. 1 ,,
ADRIATIC, 4,688 tons burthen, . Papt,.J.'Mat)ltr
(Formerly of the Collins Lra J ' ;
BIRERNIi, 4,400 tons burthen, Oapt. S. Pltowss. .
COLUMBIA, 4 400 '. ,'i h. LaiTOM.-.
AN0L14, - 4,400 " ! , ,. snoaowoe.
PAoirio, stioo Jv .1. gitua-
PRINCE ALBEHT. (Screw.) r ?
3,300 " .. " J.Walku.
One of th above ships will leave New Trk orDoslon
alternately- (very Tuesday fortnight, for Oalway. oar.
ryine tb govrnmst malls, touching at Bt. Johns,
Tb Bteamtr 'of this line have bees constructed with
ths greatest care, under the auperviaion of Ui govern
ment, bavr water-tight compartments, aod are unexcel
led tor comfort, safety snd speed by any steamers afloat.
They ar commanded by able and experienced officers,
and every exertion will bemads to promote the comfort
Ancxperienoed Burgeon attached te each ship.
KATES or PASSAGE., ':it'
rirst-claia N. T. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool 1100
Beeoaa-elase, " .. . ..:. j . .W
rirst-elass, " " to St John's 3i
Third-class, " - -. to Oalway or Liverpool.,
or any town In Iielaadon a Railway, - . - -.30
Tblrd-olais passengers ar liberally supplied With pre
visions of tb best quality, cooked and served by the aer
vant 01 tne company.
Partita wlthlnt to send for their friends from tb old
oountry can obtain ticket from any town on a railway, ta
Inland, or from ths principal eltlesof Eoglaad tad Scot
land, at very tow rates.
Psssengers for New York, arriving by th' Boiton
Bteamere, will be forwarded to New York 'ree of charg
for passage or lurwer iniornaiion, ap' iv to
' , -r. . w1 g wiOKHAJf. '-'
At th offio of' th Company, oa th wharf, foot ef
Canal street. New York,
HOWLAND St A8PINWALL, Agents.
spiillt:dOm. - .' if-.
EXTRAOHOIWARV BARGAINS !
BO. SO IOUTH BIOH STBEBT,
ARB. NOW . OFFER! NO 1
1,000 yards Saner Pla'n Bleok Bilks at tl 00 vales
1 23 per yard. . - ; .'(. ' , ',
2500 yards Travelitg Dress and Mantis Goods at
13 18 centsvalue 80 sen's per j ard.
9,000 yards While BrllllanUs at 13 13 oent-
value 80 cents per 3 ard. ' "
3sO0 yards Fin and DomeslU Qlnghams greatly sq
dr value. , . . . - .
-ALSO:- ' ' ''
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OF
MOZAMBIQTES, BA120BHTE8, '
CBALLI8, FO0LABD BILKS, ' ' '-' '
ENGLISH BABEQBS, LAVELtlS, '
LAWB8, CALICOES FOPIINS,
AND ALL OTHER
New and Fstaritonstble IDreas Ooods
In the most desirable stylos and at very loirsrs price.
Of all materials, made In the moststyllih manner after
the latest Pari
Fashions ths most elegant styles n
th city. '
BAIN tt SONs.
89 Booth High street.
CTELLA inAWLII STELLA
r suantsii in ail desirabls 00 ors. and at verv
BAIN Sl BON.
No. g Booth nigh street.
" " Byron and Oarrote Collar.
" ' Embroidered Pookst Handkerchiefs '
PsrlsK'd Gloves, superior make, - - - , -Golden
Hill Bhirts, various atyls. ' , "
Roys' Go Idea Hill Bhlrte, do . ' ? .
Driving and Street U loves, do '
Hemmed Pocket Utndkerchlelk, various styles. '
Half Hose and Under Garments, "
l : -. BAIN - BON.
aprllS No. W Bouth High street.
PEPELLANT OR VATEKFROOF
Xl CLOAK CLOTHS. Altn. Mh n,.bM r onrn.
n IaaW 1l.V.. I I . - ... a
a. .va v.uaua. IU Mil UCiraWI UUaUT DmaingS, 1-
win jti uuivuui .g maica. - r-, '. : BAirt SL BOM,
eprus .-.. No. 89 South. High stre
HOW LOST, HOW BE8I0BXD.
JTJBT PTJBI.TRHur). on trb virnta tin
MKNT AND RADICAL CURE Ot SPERMATORRHEA
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility. Nsrvoutneaa.la
voluntary Emtialon and Impotency, resulting from
Self-aba, Sfcoa By Robt. J.ulverwell, M. Beat
unaer teal, in a piaia envelope, to any addrsss.post
hiu. vu- rvoaipi 01 two euunps, ny nr. UUAe.af.U
in iiowcry, new xora.
. Post Office Box. No
HIOFFAT'S LIFE PILL".'"
In all esse of eosUveness, dyspepsia, billions and liver
affections, piles, rheumatism, fever aad agues, ebstl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a eertala and speedy
remedy, a singls trial will place th Life Pill beyood
tn reach ofoompetitlon In the estimation of 'evsrr es
Dr. Moffat's Phosnlx Bitters will be found equally et
loacious In all eases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, bead
ache, the sickness incident to female Indelicate health.
auu .very uau oi weaano oi in aigesuve ergaas.
a. laa.1t. TXT TJ Mr a. .
a . . . . m . . ..
-wa a-a.v a. - . . Mu.,ai, Ml, SnnVIT, II,' T,
and by all Druggist. - ' maySSMfcwU
. .. .
int loiiowur u an extract from
lettsr written by th Rot. J. 8.. Holms, paster ot th
Plerrepolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn. N. T..to
the Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O.i and speaks
volume, la favor of that world-w aina!
W lllin.'. laaaana
Wutuiw't BooTBtm Sracr roa OxiLoan Tsxthimi
wsean advertlsment la yodr'eblumns of Mae
WTMsbow's Bootim Sraur. Now w never said a word
to favor of a patent medlclo before in our Ufa, but we
feel eompelled to tav to vour readera thai ihl.l. n vn
eair wi aavi raian it, aro eiow it to si au, it
CLaiMt,. It b probably on of the moat successful medi
cines of th day, became It Is on of th best. And tbos
lay ma supply." ... eciffilyditW '
The Advertiser, having been restored to health In slew
wsks by a vary slmpls remsdy, after having ufforcTv
ral year with a serein lung affection, and that dread
discs, Consottptlon Is anxious to mak known to 1)1
fellow-sufferers th means of war.
tlon used (free of chars), with th directions for nrensr.
ana using loo tarns, wniea wwr win ana a suxs Oca
CoaiDHmoR, Aenou. Bsoschitb, Ac, ins only
objwt of th advertiter la sending the Prescription Is te
benefit th afflicted, and spread information which heoon.
ree te be Invaluable, snd bs hops svery eufltrer wilt
his remsdy, as it will cost thsm nothing, and " m w
prove a blaaslng " . . -. e -,
Pertts wltnlDg tb pNrlpt1m wfll pleaae tddrsst '
,-; ', ' v'T,i EDWARD A. WILSON, ' C
''ltthta Ooanty, New ferkr
Xryrn-j amibioan watch company, of wit-
ham, Haas,', begs to call th attention of tb public to
th "following smphatle recommendation of Waltham
Watches, by th leading practical Wstohmakerssnl Jew
elers throuihout tbs TJnlled fltatss. Tb entir list ef
slgnatmes to It U quit too long for publication la one
advertisement; bnt tb names praieated will be icooa;
nUed by' those acquainted with the Trade as being in th
highest JegrM MSpeotabla and and lnfluentUl. At their
aslabllthmsnts may always b found th genuine Watth
e of the Oompany's msoufaotuN, In great raristy .
Blgnaturss from many elttss and towns not fully
rSatsd In this list will appear la a future adver
TO TUB FDBLUl.
Ths Undersigned, praotloal Watchmakers and dealers In
Walchei, having' bought and told Amtrlcaa Watohts fer
a number of years fast, and having dealt la all kinds u f
a . ' nrAu . -hah Im.m- - ,1 . .
foreign ntHun iu .wusa, hiw i aune, nog w
Stat tmat they have never dealt In Watches wblch, is a
clutter la Individual lustre, hav beta nor sails
faotory to tbemMlv or cnitoavsrs, Whether tn ret pent o f
durability, beauty of finish, mathtmatloally oorrect pre.
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, or
flett Utnt-keepinQ reevltt, than those manofactutad by
the Waltham company. ' '
N. 1. CRITTENDEN,
J AUKS J ROBS,
H. JBiaKINe) a CO., .
BEOQH m 8VIITH. ,
WM. WILSON UtORXff, , '
0 PLATT. -
KINO k BROTHER
J. T.Sr.B. M. BOWABDS,. .
. J LALANDB,, i .
JOHN H. MORSE, .
AallEPPLKB ., ' .
W. H. RIOBMOND, . . . ,
II. D. EAYS.
A. B, 01LLTT,
8. h. LILLEdTON,
J. B COBBAN, I.... . :
J. W. BROWN, , ,
I. B. TOBIN. . " V ' )
BAS9B . HITL'MAN - '
A. P. BOYNTON," -WM.
M. MAYO, 'i
X. NORTH KY, '
a . w. man . ' f
- Canton -
J. M. FOX. -
WILLaHD fcllAWLET, .
H, St P.ROSENBERG,
B. 8. ErTENHEIMIB St CO.
WU. B. TAYLOR, ,
W. W. HtNNAU, - -
n. R. II. 0. CARPENTER,
; Hudson -Troy,
HAIOUT k LKAOU,
JOHN H. IVES,
J. N. BENNBT,
A, 6. STORM 8, .
WM. 8. MORGAN,
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD Jt PUTMAN.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. n. WILLlAilH,
L. 0. DUNNINO.
CHAS. e WILL ARD.
W P. BINuHaM CO.,
OHAB. 0. PRKNOH. -
0. A. DIUKENBEN,
G. H. BABOOM K CO,,
J. M. STaNHH.
THIi. f. PICKERING,
A. B. VAN COTT,
JOHN ELKIN3, .
W. A. GILBS,
BAM'L BHOWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN,
OBO B. TITOB.
HEOKaf AN fc YOHE. .
E. J. LA80ELIE,
OBO. W. McOALtA, '
V. P HKLLEK,
8 T. HOP-MAN,
J. 0. BANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J. 0. COLON,
0HA8. L. FISHER,
B.M. St. OLAIa,
R. A. PBTERBON,
W. T. EAE.
INOCH f. BILLS, "
HanRY H. JAMES. . .
OSH80N fc BRANNON,
TH0. OOWDEY, .
A. W. PYLB,
BlMPSt N It PRICE,
V. W. SKIFF,
J St A OaKDNER
W O. DEFRIBZ.
MATJRICB on HENRY '
JEHU BYLYBBTBR, -J
T. SCOTT dt CO.,
T. B. UDMPHREYfl,
B. A. VOOLEK,
' i, '' '
salem, N. 0.
Newberry, - I. C
.. NW Bsdford, O
, at ., -
Taunton, " '
; fall River,
' Bprinrteld, "
,. Providence, ' R. I.
New Haven, "
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. - Daabary. . "
F. W. LEINBBCK.
J. W. MONfGOMERY,
AlBKRT PITTS, -
ELLIB OIF FORD,
P. W. MAOOMBER.
Ta M. LAMB,
a. N. btoby, '
0. W. JOOG,
W. M. ROOT,
JOHN B. SCOTT,
WM. KIBKHAM. Jr..
L. D. ANTHONY CO.,
THOMAS BTEELISt CO.,
E. BENJAMIN. '
J. B.KIHBY, "
QEORQB BROWN. '.
m. Ba BCNTINGTON fc CO..
H. D. HALL. ,
JOHN L. BMITH.
New Loodoa 1
JOHN GORDON, -: .
J. 0. BLaCKMAN, .
SBERBUhN a eHAW
L. R. iUNDXRsON, :
N. G. CARR.' ' '
B. i. HELLISH,
W. O. 0. WOODBCRT,, .
WM. B. MORRILL,
" Bucksport, '
H T. : '
N. W. GODDARO, -CHAS.
B. BACON, .. -P.
M. HARDtBON. '
ii u erne a,
ukkbv uu aII
J- Tf HOW LAM D,
G. 8. St 0 La BOQCRs
MinnJni'iii I?1! " ',
DIITUU.V -r'' - .1 .
T. 0. PUINNEY.
A. A. Mead. . -
J. 0. BATBB. "
Bt. Johtttmry, 1
J.H. MORDOOK, n
0. O. OHILDS,
0. H. HUNTINGTON,
W K. WeiibAOB,
LEANDIS AMADON, -
GRKGOH A CO.,
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A. N. HALL.
CaoTio,-As ear Wsteh Is now xte ral rely eonnttr
felted by foreign manufacturers, we have to Inform the
public that no watch la of our nroduatk n which I naaa .
a.nii -.ia-..' . ... , ... .v.
r " v a,
number of the Watch, and signed try ear Treasurer, B,
Bobbins, or by' onr predsoessoie, AppUton, Tracy at
-f-.-a".vT".".,r'. ,..,'." , . .."-. r
As these Watch ar for sal by Jewelers generally
throughout the Union, tha Amrloaa Watch Oompaay .
aot solid! orders for slogl watches, - -
I '-WAnar-tf ItftTVIVtlf "i
j ' Wholesal Agents, Ne. 18 Breadwa "
at.o d , e. a, t . e. ? tm.