Sljii 9!)ifl Statesman
HuriPEniT muxes, rubiishsrs.
"TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 18, 1861.
t.r.. the President will Call lor oOO,.
nnn mor.volunteera; 'and reoommend an appro
so hundred! millions of dollars.
Ai.n that te JVafumnl Ieeer will be
needed unless receives newubscriptlons from
the North! .Then we fear iy will suspendr., ?
n. of the character of the Net Era, iwui,
Pint and Pqlm, flourish best when Abolitionism
! In tha ascendant. ... ,. - ... . . f
After reeding the dispatch, our readers wlU
. nay there la enoogh at least In quantity -
' ' ' " ' i
The Sowers of Discord.
Thn. iiruiliiui professed adherents to the
Republioan party..who represent the designs of
the Administration, in carrying on we present
war to be different from the purposes avowed In
official dooumente emanating from the Presi
dent aid Seoreiary ofSUte, are doing a serious
injury to the country In-weakening the hands of
b. iniut and strenRthening those of the reb-
J - . A
els. Regarded as tbe organs oi tneir peny auu
of tho Administration, they widen the breach
between the two sections oi our common coun
try, causing the Southern people to unite In a
more determined opposition to tbe Federal Gov
ernment, and dividing Union men upon ques
tions that should not be mooted, unlil the para
mount question of the day as to the perma
nence of the Union is plaeed beyond peredven-
tUre. , , ,"' . .,. , . ,'i : .
Rnth President Lincoln and Secretary 8iw
Ann have repeatedly assured the country, and
tbe world, in official State papers; that thesole
object of the recent armaments by sea and land
was to reoossese 4he forts, arsenals and other
F.Mi-l monertv. to execete the Federal laws.
and ma! main tho Constitution and preeerre the
Union as it is, or was before Rebreaking out of
the rebellion. The loyal men ol theoountry
are disposed to take the Administration at Its
word, and to believe It sincere in making these
declarations. It is this confidence in its in
tegrity that has rallied the masses to the sup
nt of iti war measures. While this confidence
remains unshaken and the Administration is
found fuithlully redeeming the pledges it has
given, no fears and no distrust need be enter
, ;n.i oi thn fidelity and unanimity of ibe peo
ple in seconding its efforts for crushing out re
bellion and preserving tbe Union.
But there are in the Republican camp ene
mies to the Union, to call tbem by no harsher
name, who are inaeiaugaoia w euwiug jwv&
the people the seeds of distrust and doubt as to
tbe real designs of the Administration In this
war. It is said, that at first, the object was
merelv to repossess the public property, to col
lect the revenue and execute the laws,- but that
subsequent events have changed the original
purpose into one of extermination against the
institution of slavery; and some go so far! as
to assert that, if necessary for wiping out the
last vestige of human bondage on American
soil, State Governments must be destroyed and
State lines obliterated. This is clinched by the
assertion that as slavery is the cause of all our
troubles, it mnst'be extirpated at any cost and
The assertion that the present war is, on the
put of the Administration, a erusade against
slavery or any local State Institution,, is made
in the face of repeated declarations to the con
trary by the President and his Secretary of
State. They have not indicated in any public
document the slightest change of, policy in this
respect. The intimation, therefore, that there
bas been soon a fhange is utterly gratuitous
and Without foundation', unless we are to credit
the monstrous assumption.that the Administra
tion has secret designs and ultimate objects in
oarrviue on the war, which are studiously con
noilprt from the ereatoublic and only revealed
to a faithful few,' who are permitted to sound
the alarm in whisperings and surmises, for the
pnrpose of rendering effedtuej'aiid certain! 'the
final severance of the Union. .
The legitimate as well as the avowed" object
of the Federal Government, in Initiating the
present war movements, Is to maintain the su
premacy of the Constitution, and laws and pre
serve the integrity of the Union. TenuiaUui
these necessarily involves the maintenance
the State Governments, and their constitutions
and laws, so far as these are not contrary
the Constitution and law of the United States
Tbe Union .cannot -be - preserved t without
preserving the States in tneir appropri
ate and c (institutional ; spheres, for, without
these, there can be no Union, but only one single
consolidated Republio or Empire.' Hence, this
is not, and must not be made a war upon any
legitimate State Government or upon any
constitutional State institution, as in that
case it .would become a war upon the Union
itself.which it is the declared purpose of the Fed.
eral Government to maintain ana aetena
The great stimoJeot to the secessioei fever
the South is the repeated assertion In Hie Ke
publican journals in the North that the Admin
Utratlon is engaged in a .war of extermination
against slavery and even against the constitu
tional existence of separate States, i This
construed and aggravated into a threatened
potism, and paralyzes the efforts of the Union
men in the South to stem me nae ei reoeiuou
It also distracts the loyal people In tbe Northern
States by raising false Issues and renewing
Dolitlcal srrudcee and animosities. We do
I O t rv.
charge the men who thus promote discord
disunion by false representations of tbe avowed
policy of the Administration, with treason;
they are certainly no friends to the Union or
the peace of the eountry-j - - - f -
The Three Months' Volunteers.
We regret to see a disposition in certain
Quarters to find fault with tbe reliant
who, upon the call of the President for "vclun
teers fur that period, came forword a. It were
in an hour's notice, and enlisted for the defense
of the Capital, which, as it wu thought by
Paesldent, was In danger of. being attacked
tbe Confederate army. ' ' '
Without regard to personal Interest, br
sacrifices to be made-thousanda of gallant
men have left their homes and various occupa
tions, and offered their services to their
when it was supposed to be in imminent
dinger. Many ol them left their families,
iadeed needed their attention- others
business, which must of necessity suffer la
absence. It ill becomes those who did not volun
t ier at the oall of the President, but remained
home enjoying a peaceful lite, shielded from
danger, to find fault and Impute wrong motives
to these gallant men because they do not
disposed or cannot extend their tern of terries
to three years. t
If tbe President underrated tbe magnitude
this rebellion and supposed It could be pot
down In three months; but bat since changed
Ihlsmlnd.andnowoondludei H will rtqalre a
three veers war. the three mouths' woluutsers
must not be held In lonor bound to extend tbeir
time of enlistment to three jean. . There will
be men enough willing to enlist for the three
ears, or during: the war, without eeemmgry
nreeslne: them into the service unaer us impree'
tioQ that they will be icoBed ana jeereu at, aou
charged with being deterred by other than the
nnonar reasons. ''. L-.i?)' j
. . . . a 1 1 i ii
- The men who were ares jo we neiu suomu
h.ntitld to full credit, for promptly respond-
ing to the oall of tbo constituted authorities ox
the country, when it was the opinion oi mu
President that the National Capital was in dang
er of belne assaulted." "" ;-. ! ,'
'. Those who can. and desire to re-enlist tor
tbiee years, will undoubtedly do so but those
who do not, must be allowed to go home wlth-
nt th 1mI ins niclon that their fellow-oltl-
leas look upon them In any other than a friend'
ly and approring light. '
The Journal—Gov. Dennison.
Our neighbor on Stale street, has at last come
L u,w rMn of Gov. Dmnison. We are right
irlAd of 4his. It shows good pluck. ..There
something to admire in a man, who on step
boldW out, and dofy tbe worifl in arms, w..
nn.mn In his hands;. We have never
known a Governor who stood, more in need of
Hfnrtrd than Gov. Ufi-mson-xxcepi, v"
h.Bn. Gov. CuaTiif. of Pennsylvania.
For ourselves, we have had no uispuamuu v
... . .1 - Ll J..ln.m.nlfflinianLfil
aavvrnl criticise 4ue.oiuuu"'B """"-o
the State Administration. It has been aoneso
thorouahly by the Republican press, tnai u nas
..mnathv. We have been
inallned to sav. it wm cruel to continue striking
rrt.n Afte ha was drlvea to the wall.'
' Th Journal rather lntimalerto tbe Cofnitwr
ti, that It is guilty of'glving aid and comfort
to the enemy." ' " -(
nnt iia innch to blame for
his failure in his position." P. has not the ca-
n.fitv to manage so large a business.., He can
hln thl. The Republioan party are, perhaps
pa in blame than ' be Is. ' It was as well
known before he was nominated and elected, as
It is now; and the prty is justly responsible for
the condition of things, from whtph ibe State
end tie volunteers have' sufferedj so much.
Will the ooliev of the State. Administration
be sustained bye re-nomination, of Gov. Dm-
maoM. or will it be repudiated by throwing ti
overboard 1 . The JournaT defense of the Gov
ii thrush the "onreu intended to
standby blm. 1 y i;
Cincinnati Gazette—Gen. Scott.
The impression is gaining ground rapidly that
the Cincinnati Cee is not very much in love
with General Bcorr, or has very little confidence
in bis generalship. Scarcely an issue 1s made
of that paper, recently, without an article criti
cising some of his movements on the military
The Oautte must be out of humor with the
General; probably because he has not adopted
the humane suggestions, made by that paper
sometime since, of opening the levee of tbe
Mississippi; river and drowning out tbe peo
ple of the South. Wfrbelieve this projeot wu
entirely original with the GeM. iWe have
never heard o: o person who was wining xe
see the nlan adopted, since its suggestion. '
Some sood oeople thought large numoer oi
innocent women and children might be drowned
by the Gautte't process! ' ,c
Slanders of our Brave Volunteers.
The Cincinnati 'ctte of yesterday says
The Ohio EUttman calls the New York EUe-l
worth Zouaves rascals collected from th sinks
of vice In that city," and Wilson's Regiment
a still lower grade of plokpockete horn , tne
a . aa - A 1 .daTO. tSj .i.AM jm jal amslVsl
same locality." 1 aiso, -ips bi
they have been disbanded.'? ";. S ; '
To say this is untrue, would be esteemed sui-
ficient: but we say to the Oewtt, that it is an
unmitigated ti, made out of whole eloth. The
Ootttt never copied inch words from the aiaies
mats. ine matttman never nam uj uv.u
thin. or anvthlnif approximating to it; and we
demand of the Gauttt a retraction f its talse-
hood. oTbe Gaull has coined this falsehood
for the pnrpoee of having a text to ventilate
some of its false patriotism, and vent its ma
lienant spleen egalnst the ..Si(nwsa. . The
comments of the Qttu are as mean and con
temptible asr the lie Itself. We pronounce the
editor a lying, pusillanimous puppy.
Pennsylvania Three Million Loan.
By tbe Pennsylvania paper, we learn that
the three mlllloa loan hu been. Uken at par
How is it with the Ohio Loant Ohio 1. the
third State in the Union. - We have men
money; enough to to take it In a day.' .We hope
toon to hear of them coming forward ana ta
king the whole amount in the State ...
OT It appear, that after Gen.'Sicxtis has
enlisted hie Brigade ta New York and bad tbem
accepted, the President will appoint some "other
man" to the post of Brigadier. " Perhaps, as
Commercial .ays, be has tome "decayed politi
clan" of the Republican stripe to favor.
O Col. Robt. L. McCook, Ninth Regiment,
Ohio volunteers, and Capt. Looms, Fljing Ar
tillery company, from Michigan, left Camp
Dennlion. Sundav last, for Marrletta. Where
they go from thenoe, we will tell when we know.
if It should be proper.. . i - v'.
' IT A Washington oorrespondent of one
tbe Cleveland papers say., "that only about
of the First and 180 of the Second Regiment,
have volunteered for three years. Only seven
of the Rover Gnatds, and two of the Zouaves,
volunteered fot that term. ', Dissatisfaction with
officers and bad treatment 1. tbe cause assigned
for this decidedly bad display.", , -. ' . ,
HT On our first page will be found,
speeches of Messrs. Davit, Wise aud Lamas
at Rlohmond j also, the" cfflolal dispatches
CoL Draiin end Capt, Kiurraicx, of the ba)
tie at Great Bethel.. , .' -'. v .
HTNiTWAKiir. G. Pandlston, one of .
oldest and most renpected oUTcen. of Cincinnati,
died in that city, on Saturday last, at tbe
of slitv-eicht. lis leaves several children
one of when U Csoaon E, Fcnouton,
present member of. Congress from the
District ot Hamilton connty. -
The following statement we fled in the "Court
News" in tbe Queen's own newspaper: . (
"Their Excellencies tbe Hon. George
Fort- fUnited States Minister to Switzerland)
and the Hon. James E. Harvey (Amerlcae
Minister to Portugal),have arrived at the Anns
wlok hotel, Jermjn street;, ., , ; ,; ,
Mnait DcviLorMMT. RisrecTiNa Haivit
TaiASow. It 1. not true, as stated la the
York Tribune, that Harvey has been recalled.
The report is that another of Harvey's
namhaa haa been found, la which he cave
formation to the Rebels at Richmond of,
course the Government intended to pursue
regard to tbe Norfolk Nary Yard.
Stephen A. Douglas's Will.
Th doanment la 'n his own handwriting, and
its tretienees of composition .is the rcfieotlon of
hie owl mind. It will be seen that,, after the
payment of his debts, all his property Is left to
. j ..... . - i - ... j Hi
nts wife ana cnuareo. ium. uvu&imm uu .
Daniel F. Rhodes of Clevolana, are namea as
the executors of tbe will.
. fTuu ail nen&tf JAeM vrttenu, That I, bte-l
phen A. Dougla.; of the city of Chicago and
mm u ----- .
an all-wise Provldenoe ehail ordain, ao nereoy
declare and subscribe the following a. my will, I
which I desire all persons to respect alter my
to wilt ... . .
. nismywillthetmyuebwauaii oe para out
of any moneys which I may leave, ana iui so
much of my property, real AP"1 '
discretion ol my executors, shall be sold as shall
be necessary to pay all my debts..
It is also my w u in. eiier my cam ueu,
shall be paid, all the resiaue ot my property,
uhjii iuw f l .I
T 7 .17 Tl.. i ... n.hif
uw otuer pari iuwwi "-j .
of all my property, real and personal, and of
all moneys or dents quo we man vaiuug w,
and is hereby deolared to belong to, my dear
nd beloved wife, Adeie vane uougias.. . , ,
It is also mv will ana poauive airecnwa u,
my said wife shall be, and she is boreby, eolarerJ
to be the sol. , guardian of my said ch ldren d
IDIinwcuuucn . . i l
It Is also mvwill that my saw wice, Aueie
lei P. Rhodes ot weveiana. unio, ne v
are hereby aecrarea my ecu or. w carry ....
will into effect, ana to tnat eno i no ne J''
nil rfi.nanaa witn tnv auu ail (eoumjvu ww
;r :v ..- j j- ... :u.
pari oi my ?,u""""" .r,;;.. ..
may proceeu aou ;u .u.. w... .u. .....
T Ann M rln arna I alive.
H.inir thna provided for all mv worldly af
fairs, I eommit my soul to God, aod auk tbe
nravara oi the irood for His divine blessing,
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
h.nil anit atf.l. this 4 in fl.1T 01 oeDicmuer, n.- XJ
S. A. DOUGLAS [Seal]
la presence of -. ' i - c'-'.
S. C. BENHAM.
MARY G. BOYLE.
CODICIL ADDED JULY 30, 1859.
hereby add tbe following supplement to the
above as mv last will and lestsment, to wit:
That in the event that my said wife shall have
child or children by me, whether born be
r... a. m r,.. m A.rh it I. m will and dlreo-
Uonthatlo tbe distribution of my estate, an
nnnprthAll first be sei anart and
""" rr.-J- Ti, . ... i-.i--l.i-
allotted to such chiiu or canarrn equai 10 iqoi
.-.nut ms nthpf rhlldren will receive from
. ...... .... ...u
M.iiA.'a Mt.f. inn inn mm rem', ne
nf ni nronertv. after Daring: all lust ceow
shall be divided Into two equal parts, and one
of said parts shall belong to my said wife, to
her sole use and benefit, and the other to my
.,:a .1,11,1... hnm nr in ha hnrn as aforesaid. In
hiia WUMUI V AA S wm a w w - -
. i. .t.t, lntn-
equal propornuu, it uciu5 iaij "
tin .hat each child should inherit an equal
amonnt of orooertv. without reference to tbe
estate from which it shall be derived. . '
In witness whereof, I have hereonto set my
hand and seal at the city of Washington, th.s
. rt loco V-
S. A. DOUGLAS. [Seal.]
In presence of '. ',' "'u H
J. H. CLAY MEDD,
J. H. CLAY MEDD, ELLEN E. CUTTS.
Interesting to Claimants for Damages
Caused by the War.
The following is an important order from
General McDowell: ,
Caused by the War. HEAD QUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF N. E. VIRGINIA.
Caused by the War. HEAD QUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF N. E. VIRGINIA. ARLINGTON, June 2, 1861.
GENERAL ORDER—NO. 4.
Statement of the amount, kind and value oi
j ..i j rn.
au pnvev. pnipj a.u T e"---
ment purposes, ana ot we auuge none ,u ,
ham.d. ant end transmitted to department
. -. . .
headquarter, by the commander.
and ofhosrs in charge of the several fortifica
Unna. These statements will exniDK
Ftrsi The auantitv of Una taken possession
of for tbe several field works, and the kind and
ralna of the croDS growing thereon, it anv. , .
a 3 f-L .. . t m..4 tnm t.A
owea-iB. s"'J .1 fcirra ..inl
. 7. i . . j A .
nuiiaings appr0pnMeu Fuu.10 . ,
ttum ine quanuiy ana viue oi kkb ui
dOWOa ,-'.' ): I I
FrfiA-The kind and extent of fencing, etc.,
These eutement. win, as isrss poeeiu.o.
value of tbe propety taken, or ol
haveausUined anv dam ace or los. as above!
crtva . the
. ... - , .i
the damage i sustaineo, ana oe name or
ot the owners tnareoi. uiuzens wno
will make their claims upon the commanding
officer of the troops by whom it was done, or
in eases where tnese troops nave moveuawej,
noon the commander nearest tnem. .
These claims will accompany the statement
above called for. Tbe commanders of brigades
will reanlre the assistance of the commanders
of rceimente and detached companies, and will
make this order known to the inhabitants
their vicinity, to the end that all loss or damiff
mav aa nearly as Doasible be ascertained
while the troops are now here, and by whom
en whose account it bas been occasioned,
nstice may be done alike to tbe citixen and the
eovernment; The same of tne officer or om-
eers, in case the brigade commanders .shall in'
atltute a board to fix tne amount or loss ,
damage, shall be given in ench case. . '
Brigadier General McDOWELL.
Brigadier General McDOWELL. JAMES B. FRY, Assistant Adjutant General.
A Respectable Farmer Seized by an
A Respectable Farmer Seized by an Abolition Mob in Stark County.
We learn that on Monday, tbe 3d Inst., Mr
John Shener, a farmer living io this eonnty. one
-i. ur . -r a. ...i .u. d C. ur A. I
u it una uuHum(iwi i,ii,k.i',
nnn i j u - I
L. tL. Bl, ih aeisra VJ inuu Ml womw auna l
tam si ill Anna a win rts ninn . . aann
uvrouua, iiuiu nuiiub. .uh ... vu.wu,i www ,
Uken to Alliance, about sis miles distant. - Mr,
Shaffer's son, a lad of fifteen, alarmed the
ne,gUuro, uuaw t w .
aA aa amis aAauatiAfl pan aa bh ta a n aaa saM trial l
grasp 01 US moOD lee. H seems Olt, . Wa l
bis tieia at wors wnenae was oeset ana uaen.
ii. k.A huii ia Aiii.nnamiii th.t 1W1UUU1.U1I
en bU way, after passing Mt. Union, a citizen
of that place asked to ride.'; 'its Moons union. I
r .... . . I
lie commencea a poiiiicai coniao wiw iur. o.,i
ana 11 is supposed onanersireeaom 01 epeeeni
was aoi ai aii agreeaoie u tne aooiiuowsi.
thereabout. ;The abolitionists of all phaaesLf
and of every hoe at Alliance and Mt. Union,
have Dover been molested in the utteranoe of J
.h.i.A .!.. ir.....H...i:.L..li.
I1UU WH BCUk 1IU1U iUk. ViiiUU Mf kUV eWrnjlOl I
e.. I aL a r..l. - iLa IT.t I I
Ts, . 1: ZA km a a m tir,. aAwdAtiai I
AH Weasl llfLUCU VI IV1IIB 4IMIJ VI UIII IfVIDVUlf
AtMAi afaf strinm liennvea aew ewer a
" . . rrJ "J i - j-i
alive, and nre now shontlns; "Union and war."
. Whan iha n.lohhnra nf hlr. Rh.fT l.1 nn Kl
the stalwart form of John Steel. Em.', entered
esquire one jciuson e .uince, as Aiuaooe,
whar the mob had taken their nriannar. thai
abolitionists willed, and Mr. S. soon left for
borne with his friends. Mr. 8.1 is a quiet
and peaceable man, below the medium eice- : If
these cowardly outrages are continued In Stark
eonnty, we aasnra those countenancing and par
ticipating therein, that we shall, not be le
loog to say, as aid rresideni Liocoin, ." nooooy
Is bnrt.V sri Cs. Democrat.
Prince Alfred at Quebec.
MONTREAL, Friday, June 14, 1861.
Prince AIfred arrived at Quebec on Wednel
dav evening.' He was received br tbe civil
military authorities. Be proceeded at once
tbe residence of the Governor General, He
heartily cheered by a large concourse of spec
tators, lie visited toe utadei yesterday,
rede through tbe upper part of tbe city.; There
were no formal demonstrations, but he
everywhere received with tbe warmest tokens
loyalty and respect. ,,,, . ,. ,. ;,,;'0,jl
' EauoAATioN-The number of emigrants
at New Tork for the week ending- veeter
day wu 3,876, making a total of 31, MO
Ibe commencement 01 toe year, airainsi h.i-h
IOT toe ovrreopvuumg, pvr.uu w .uw,
Evacuation of Harper's Ferry.
. J ! i '.-
,1. . .1.. .. fmm
5T aoaunth 'otwthttet nd cutoff thetreat
r,nm ir. ., Frr: This Was no aouot me
-,,""d't it ... nFm.turelv dis-
" b"ar: the' yer,
e,;hich should have regarded It a; sa
death, nrCA i . . n.wn.Der. One of the New York
v- yr dft, last, published a detail of
'th- toted operations against Harper's
TIcoD8taW source from which the
Was obtained, and its publication will, I
"ntio! " neoeMltate strict measures in future,
-- r- -. Dr.toreiTiisolosure ot impor-
nV;overiiment movements. - The only regret
will BiirTrtr for the reck ess conauc oi me sens-
one way or anotner,
The Administration is very much annoyed at
the successful evacuation of Harper! Ferry by
the Confederate troops.-The New York 2t6e
Is charged with publishing inch information of
the movement of tbe United States ioroes es
ta cause their retreat. .The New York WorM
Loss of the Steamer Canadian.
ST. JOHNS, N. F., June 14, 1861.
The Montreal Steamship Company's screw.
r'-rr'r:",,' 'tom Graham, whloh
---r -a ,.,,., ,. T,ln.
KSJS ZiUU .Suck on
M ekht milesYouth of Belle
wHInVt tfijiv hrnlicrht iotA tuifl DOrt. tulSmOrn
r-'-r;-;'P""-jv--r-. . '
clu1,ne cab-, rtasseDSers. but as the ship's
. do ,h5 .iDkln. BhiPl it ' la
UMsb,e . tell tne CIlct number drowned.
. , . ... .. j .
I A portion ot mo mans were eavcu. aiuuuk
those drowned were the mail officer and the eso
ond offleer of ,he gteanler
Thn Canadian atruek the ice Under her fore
m..r .nH ho. Ihra. mmiurtmnnU ra All
k..,.' i. -i. 1 u. mi.j ...u.
. ?" ' """cupwu .... m .-k--
lv ana soon went aown. i oe ice ueia uia nui
.ttrar-t mCh Attention when first discovered, as
i. , . j - .i.
H IWKCU Pinna IflU nn, eihivci; .uuiv hmvi.-
Th.n.tm., imln atalnw anpprt At tha time
The Canadian had fortv-nine cabin and seven-1
ty one steerage pisscngers, wnicn witn ner
crw of sbout eighty, made nearly two hundred
I sonls on board.
- All the ship's company are saved except the
following: Messrs. Pantoy, mail clerk; Davis,
second oilicer; tvart, francis, 1 empieton, sea
anv men; Prossan, Fogarty. firemen; Arbuckle and
McNillan. cooks, and Finnev. steward
All the ships' papers are lost. She had only
sixty seven steerace passengers; three entered
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eirieouii iuo nut
Letter from Jefferson Davis the
FREDERICK, Md., Wednesday, June 12.
The followlnz is the letter of President Jef-
n.via. in tha Maryland Commissioners:
MONTGOMERY, ALA, 25th May, 1861.
I "USHTMIBicni iwum .uu uuvtisj.it-
ura , a8BuraDCe that the State of Maryland
..mnithlzes with the Confederate States In their
determined vindication of tho rights of self-
Bovernment, and that the people ot Maryland
,re enii8ted with their whole hearts on the side
, 1 1 - . I . . . nA.AA
01 recoacuiatiuu ouu ,
The oeome oi tnese ionieaeraie oiaies, not-
wlthstandinE their separation from their late
sister, have not ceased to feel deep solicitude
her welfare, and to hope that at no distant day
that State. rhose people, Habits and institu
tions are so closely related and assimilated with
.... I T.,1. In ..rf.. Il,.t ..1.1
? vuu8rw .u -".'"
I bouv mav. II vossiDie, arrauEu or an auiuoi-
, nt w. .:...:- lroubU bv means of neeo-
---- ------- - B u lg -
wUhou, a petWon ot
"at nas preeuu .wo.. c.u,.uu,
s .F itai iniianann Anna
VtWrXJit Marvlinrl. how.
ever, it again asserts, in tbe most emphatic
terms, that its sincere ana earnest oesire is
peace; that, while tne uoverameDt wouio. reaa
Ht entertain anv Droposition irom me uovern-
ment of the United States tending to a peaceful
solution of the present difficulties, the recent
thi.'Governmentto enter into ne-
I KliiCDQcll WlvU sCDUllv wutwll iviuiu UJ cuvjn
rMnnul, from thii Government. , ;.
I ;.,.-, far noacA Wfru tlllMluf.
T"":, :7:::..' 7:r:T; &
. . fvi(,r.tion of aovarein States,
-- -- - nrtHaiHin far tJlaif.tha -.illht Dt
.-"-r:: ' V " ft" " '
av net sajTvetr mi vd olbiib h bdiuuid bdii-iiiiiuu
on rr "--7 ,. .. ...i u
. .t j..7.i tL:.Tl. T
"lr'-nt ---.....ii. acknowledged.
-. "-.T. ..u. c,.,l. ... innnn.i.,
ent with the fundamental principles, end
of tbe verv oreanixatlon of this
ernment. It. policy can not not no peace
peace with all nations and people. .,
f . "Verv reeneotfullv,
tneire. Will seea ioamuo uer iaio auu
With those Of this Confederacy
The Government Of tbe Confederate States
receives with respect the suggestion of tbe State
ot Maryland, that there should be a cessation
of hostilities now impending, until the meeting
To Messrs. McKalg. Yellott and Hardiu,
Committetot tbe Maryland igisiature."
-m- - . i
Trouble in the Camp.
CHARLESTON MERCURY DENOUNCING VIRGINIANS
[From the Charleston Mercury, June 8.
. The reported retreat of two companies of
Virginia cavalry before the advanoe ot a single
enmnanvof United States troopers, without even
orosalng swords with them, is almost incredibly
Bsws. We donot know what to make of it. Is
il. ii. h at it ii aim. in .Tiannn nn oi
I:.. .. ......ji ,k.i .....m.l
.? i inisaoDarenuv uanvaruij wuuun, ii
I pan? of tne Virginia cavalry were wunonipis-
lols, Bat wnai a vam ana empty excuse nun
.u t ntdinlt In a aahra n ffhtt Theaabre.
i" r"'v" . : ii
Innc thA- niatol is the weanon for a cnatse Ol I
not tae. piBWI, IS tne P? "
cavaUy upon catalry. Still farther, It Is stated
that tne otner company o. .rgiui.ua p;...
Tk.i ...ai.n tn one Airatnat the United States I
V"-7-. . "., L l
.VJ v,.l. h.iilM. h i comnanV of I
aivuut, 1 - : 1
vin nmtais . iiiiuu a-i uia ab a, la a b tu v b u. w wa Makaawa.
m troops mieuu i iuaAi, uy,
riflemen, and two sabres toone, they
ive cnt UP the Linoolnltes to a man,
. . .. v. . . ,
log Southern troops Intend to maiei. w ny
wtih tneir rim
-e- " .'.T ; " ,T " .VI." . .mnl
anl nnniiiFii a.1 rf l lira l. AAl ta aa Auaau sub t vuwhuih a
iTJ.i r.ZZT'-; "Ti .,. h.nn., nf th. OM
eu w .u- ------ -;-
tommion v " w . . , . 7. ""v . " ,l
thrs men found in Virelnia tnns to rob ner ol I
every vestige of her ancient prestige, and, more
man an, ner noour, ur ""
.1 .la. I. llnhM ll Ih.m? ' I
men, uv iHuiimi. -r - - , i
.: ."Whviinger jer.y. """'"'h
;, j-.. -- '
Ohl for an hour, for old Light Horse Harry
to wield bia daring, dashing blade. Unless our
meagre accounts from Richmond papers are
in.nnMt. tha enaulettea should be
OTa UUIU hUW CUuaiAvaa. v wuv " w i
.1 - 1 - J tliA knnAB rf thn it At aIa. nil ft I
skViniilrl ern1 itiAm from thn rftnkll
fJIJUri UlUblW PMW"S -va
.t . t vn fort nrsi t A rnl. ThAt there are brave
ui mo I.." -f --------- - - -
men in Virginia that will maintain her integrity, I
.k. n.il.nc nnndiint of the alhzle ComoanV of I
Lfl. nnanooorted and without byonets,bo"
. ,-;.. uu .k.l. kntl.f. .Ill
drove Dace tne noea.yw.vu mtn .....
t.llf.. Let those, then, who have no Stomach
for the fight be spurnea irom tne rauaa u. tus
army objects oi contempt to manaiou
DiaicT Taxation Now that the revenue
Irom customs will be a mere oagateue in com
tMrlann with the enormous expenditure occasion
ed by the war, tbe Evening Post advises a re
sort to direct taxation. It sayst ,
The. suppression of the revolt headed by the
principal politicians of the Southern States, is
certain to prove an expensive task. An army
of three hundred thousand men in the field, and
a navy competent to tbe blockade of the South,
era potts, cannot be supported on tbe ordinary
revenues of the country. We shall come out
of that war, whatever be its conclusion, with sn
increased publio debt; but we cannot, without
the entire extinction ot our peouniary credit, at
tempt to throw the whole burden of waging it
npon future years. We must draw largely up
on oar present resources j tbe necessities of the
day must be met by the sacrifices Of the day,
Instead ot being Improvidently referred to tbe
morrow; and, so far as, we are able, we must
pay oswego., , ( 1 .. . . .
To do this Fill tax to the utmost the wisdom
of the present Congress, end we hope it will
prove Itself wiser body thin the one. fhlnh
preceded it. Large appropriations must be
made, and these it will be easy to pass, but the
difficulty will be to find tbe money; It Is nearly
oertain thai no larm oi uuuee win mruiau an
that Is wanted. We shall be obliged, unless the
war oomes to a sudden .conclusion, to resort as
we did in our second war with Great Britain, to
direct taxation. -A sensible pamphlet, by Mr.
James Gallatin of this city, advises tbe Impost.
tlon of a direct tax as soon as UongreBS meets,
with a provision for collecting It through the
agents of the States a suggestion whioh we
shall pegiaa to see aaoptea. . T , -
Who is Giniial Pimos? "Who is General
Pleroal" is a ouestion freauentlv propounded.
He was a Notary Publio in a country town in
MaasAohusetta. until made Brizadier General
h (inv. Andrew, at the earnest appeal some
av demand of Senators Sumner and Wilson,
Ha haa hn a verv clever fancv ' military man,
but knows nothing about directing a column of
men In the face of an enemy's battery. : ; ,
Chaslis W. Hills, of Toledo, has been
appointed Brigadier Genera), and will tike the
command of the First Brigade of Ohio troops
now In Virginia. .
j At the residence of his step father, Mr. Thomas So-
uJid, of this city, Mr. X dward B
Baixis, aged twenty
Ths fuueral will Ute plaoa'at two o'clock thU after
noon from the Welch Hsthodlit Church on But Long
street. The deceased was a young man highly citsemed
by all who knew him , for his lndojtrloua habits and
eellent character. - , . . . .. .t . .- .
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CM P ri'?ZM ZZ?J&li
fc ,h. .TTTRItnnarj. IT.
i iuuuu,.i "."-.
WAYNJa k CBICAUU jiailuuau
I k tm.K.,n,k. PhUnAAnKia and dUimor6. Aleo
I - - .
I tor tort waVMtma vatcaao.
I . . .... .... . itd annna D ITT..
1 Connecting at cieveiana wiiu uiuim....
I rot Dunkirk, nnftaio, AiDany,
ton, and New Xork.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
?rom Columbus, In eonnectlon with Trains on ths
LITTLE rfllABlI AND CTHJUims
AND XDHIA llAIliUUAun
I nhia 5:10 A. U
innT vTPPtaa T.nm Columbus at 3.40 A,M
. .11 .tatlona aouth of Oallun,
top At Delaware, Aehley, Cardington and Ollead. and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Oleve land
at 0:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M.. Buffalo 4 S5 P. M.
Altanv s.vu A. nl.. Mew lora o:jj a. .,....
P. M .PItUburgh via Creetllno 3:20 P. M , Phitadel-
unicago via vmiiino at i w . .
, a aaiM
Iksiiid vnpir PTPRFRH Travel Columbus at 11:10
U'"" - (f-uhlt Hnlnhnr
J. wm-jpw n, Or?.lX"
Wr-inn. w.ninctnn and Grafton, arrive
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.j Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.t Bnf-
faio, iup p. m;; Aiueny, o- . "-. -
P- 2Z foi "loiedererrivtaf
I ' "
i T0ie(jo at 0:40 p. m
THIRD f RAIN.
uiri. anti AOfiOMMODATION leaves Oolnmbni
om n. m. Will itoo at all stations uoain
Hh.ihv. and at Mew lionaon, vreinnKioD, omun
and Berea; arrlvlne at Cleveland at B:30 p. m t iun
lrl.hr O-nila. Wfl.i nil II AlA. A .ZlU at. HI a I ataIUBD w id 4v V AA1
'-. nn ... . T --A 1 1 . A CT . Dllilhllmn
isruoaj,, .,.,,,,,. PhlladelohUi. 1:00 n
I Chlcaro. efa Crestline, 6:45 a. m. This Train connects
at thlby for Sandusky and xoieao, arnrmg
Patent Sleemn? Can are ran on
Night Trains to uucago, flew
Tork and Boston.
Bagoay Chetkti Through to Xtu Tork and Botton
vtermana; oiao. to jrmtuucipiw un
New Yorkvia OrttUin. .
RETURNING. i '
Night Express arrives at Columbus at.
,11 15 P. M.
Cincinnati Kanrets arrives at Columbat at 10:50 A.
Accommodation Bxpreas arriveiat Columbus .17
Fare Lovw ae bjr any other Beute.
ilsll for Tichti tie Cratlin tr Cleveland.
. a. tlint. . .
I , Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio;
! JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, June 17, 1861. . . ,
Steubenville Short Line
; C0NNK0T1NQ AT BELLAIRE WITH THH
BALTIMORE & 0HI0,
AND AT PITTBBOROH WITH THE
; . . I0RM1NO TBI
SllOrtest, Quickest & Most Reliable
. w . :,,
11.11 i h 1.1; n nwn ri ui 1
. ; . ...
Trains Leave Columbus as folt6wsri
- .ilORSIHG JUJBSBS
i .. . -. . . v.. -,i
avs uoiumnus a sua. m. irom union vepor. Tia
Bellalre or BtaubenTlila: arrlvMal Bellalrt, JU.20 A.
M ( 8t,nbBn,mi ij,.80 P, M. . tuuburga. s.de P. M. ;
Harritburg, i.iu a. b
York 8.00 A. M.l do)
ii.inhi. s is a ii
oelphla, o.l9 A. ai.,
alio at H.rri.hnr for
' i i
via AUmtovm. arrives at New
PhiUuUlpMa. arrives at Phila-
New York, 10.80 A. M. Doonteta
Baltimore, striving at 7.43 A. H.
Bi..i -f.i,.1 aVf. Tvain
Bleeping Cars attached to IMS Tiain
Troln Columbus, run directly through 19 Bellalre or
ta. . .l V. Bi.S.-A a. . l.anMaal aarlA, ' AV llaavfc. I
P.ttsburah without chanie: aid PatienrerS Via Alleu-
" .. . . . a
owa arm. n New XorfcAtBA.
jrjtwo HOURS IN ADVANOE Of .WOBTHBBN
- - - - links. i m t si?
. i ,
j. Tr(kill - ,,, oonnectg t Bellaire with the
; i BalUmore and Ohio Kailroad,
. ' , -.1, , K.
. .. r PITTBBTJBQH EXPRESS;
tttra Columbus 11 ts A. M , from Union Depot, via
Bt.ubenTiiie: arrirte at Newark, u.so p. U.i coshoe-
ton, a. 15 p. M.; steubenviiie, 8 p. M.; pituburg, 8.40 1
p. 11. jLTinu i 1Jro"J? """7
m !". 0u?elnnaUat 7; -A. M., go through toPlits-
I , , , r r v -, ., , . ,
. '"l 1,111
taawaa f1-lHUa OH W fAM TT.IA. T. "a
" . .mDua j.i. r. m., irom union uepoi, via
nauaire: arrives ai newaiK, a.WJ r. At.: Kanetvllle,
a 33 p. M.j Bellalre.? .55 P.M.; Pittsburgh, 11.25 p.
M.l' IlarrUbur. 0,00 A. M.: Hit jilUnlown. arrlraa
! ?rM-M-!o ."'T?fT
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 0 P. M, This
Train also connects at Uarritburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at 1 P. M.
. This Train runs through to Bellalre or Pittsburg with
out change of Can; and from PitUburg there la no
change of Cars to- Philadelphia, or via AUentown to
New tork thus offei log
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
' Pkil.J.l.kl. V-.l. i
Ji ' ' .'. one change of Cars. .., ' ' : '
By this Train Passengers' arrive In Hew Toik five
hoars In Kl ranee of the Northern lines,
- This Train also connects at VelMre with ths Baltimore
and Ohio R. R. .-i,
ITThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
andmore than 100 miles shorter to ;
New York, than Northern Line. '
Baggage Checked Through' to all im-
- port mt Points East.
I . .1. . . 11 .!
ABK IOB TICKETS TIA ' 1 J"
BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLfil.
Tickets Good ever either Kejte.
' ' 11 1 1 r - 1 ' 7.lv.
Qcn, Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. It. I
f. A. HUTCHINSON ; 1
Ticket Agent BteuhmvlUa Sbi lW." J
OMo(Vhite Sulphur Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
This Favorite Resort wnx be ppen
. axzn.0 lO JLOOX. .w-r.
rmiLiM DiuRixa lOASDiKa bokik tbc luni, cam
ACCOMMODATED AT RtDOOKO SATtg. (
FOB BOOKS OEIUrOEMATION,
Lewis Center P. 0.,DHwars Co., Ohis..'
nay aoiuinu. r. , rir.r .. r , r t - 1
OHIO Utf ION LOAN.
Ornct orTBidoiaiioirtMo'Tiii'Bni6 Fom,f
7." ; OOADKavt, Ohio, Jan 10, 180 k. ) ,'
mm Onmmlulontra of the Blnklni Tnnd of the State
L of Ohio IdtUo anbsoriptlons by tho people of the
State to tha Loan of two AtUllcna of DolJari, aothorla
ad by the aot of the General Auembly " To provide
more tuoctually lor trie aerenoe or tne nuta against in
ration, ptiied April Sio, isui.
n.rilBcatee will be Imued In sums 6t tlOO. and on
ward, payable July 1, 1808, at the State Treaiury, bear.
Ing Interest at tne raie oi auc per cvui. ior auuuni, yj
able semi-annually, anl by the aot authorialng the loan
free from taxation. ,
RnhMriDtloiis will be received at the office of the Com-
tni.iianen In the Oltr of Columbus. At each of the sol'
.nt hanklna Inslltutions In the Stale, and at tbe levsral
County . Treaiorles In tbo State, until the 1st day of
Interest will be oompnted and paid from the date of
tho deposit of the money at oitner oi tne piaeu awn
named. ; 1
;E. W. TAYLBR, Auditor of State. ...
. i. . . .,. A. P. RU8SBLL, Becrelary of State:
', .;i,;;aAM MCKBAy, Attorney General;
lell-dtd ! f,w ! - t-mt-. i '! ' ' "
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YOBK, BOSTON AND GAtWAY
The following new And magnlflcent first-class paddle-
wheel Steamships compote ma aiT turn -.-r .
I nnTTlfi.. K 888 tons burthen. CsptJ. MT
. - . .....,....,
i , trormeriy oi we uoiima uwv ;
ttTBUUMlA. 4.400tonsburthen,C8pt.N. Pows.
I nnuiHi. 4 . i " - j. ll. laiTOB
liNOl.lA. a,uw - .. .: - f
iPAfllKIO. H,M " ' 7 saiia
PnrNflB ALBRKT, (Screw.) , :'.,
I . , 3.300.".-
A J Wa
n. ih. ahore ahlns will leave New York or Boston
t.i. everr Tuesday fortnliht, for Oalway, ear-
J . ,,. . . .. .t. ! . O. Ink..
ryln the governmeni main, wuj uUu.,
' i. 1 . , t 1.1 HK
xhe oteuners oi idh hub u,,. iktu vumnuvwu m.
lh irrratMt care. Unoer U superriaion oi uw goTcra-
m..l Wawater-tiaht oompartmenta.'wnd are unezcel-
i. tn.MmfnrL aaieiv mna lima vj aujr blcujci. iuim.
it,.. .m AMnmanded br able and experienced omoers.
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
of paaaengers. - ' .1
ADexperienceu ourgvuu nviu w ..u .in,
KATES OF PASSAGE,:"
Flrst-clus N. Y. or Boston to Oalway or, Liverpool
a ..1... I -75
Fint-elaas, " -,i " ;l .""". .
Thlro-ciaes, " . - -.-.""
Thirrf-ni.o nauensera are liberally supplied witn pro
visions of the test quality, cooked and served by the ser
vants of the uompaoy. .. . . ,
v..ii.a wl.hlna ta aend for their friends from tbe
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway,
. a . , (.!.. t 0.l.J .n.l ll.nl.
IrewTide.pr from mt prmoiii chj ui H(iuu uu pvwi-
.a ate lter ratpsi. ....
PAsseniera for New Tork, arriving' ty th1 Boton
teamen, will be forwarded to Hew lore iree oi ciurre.
For passage or runner iniornauon, .pr -
At the olllce of the Oomraoy, on the wharf, foot
fluial atreet. New y orK.
HOWIjAND mi urinnauu, ajcnii.
aprill9:d6m. ' J; . ' ' '. T u-. . i i
BAXtST & S03ST;
KO. 29 SOTJTH HIGH STBEET,
AEE . ,3STOW ;,.0 a? Ji. A A iN w
1,000 yards SnoerPlan Blaek Bilks at tl OO-Vatae
I kl BRoervard. ' ' '
tl5 per vara. .,. . ., . i,.vj, ,r . ., : . .M , ,
8,500 yards TravellBg Dress sad Mantle Goods
a A Ainfi.1ia OA Ten siri1 .' '
aB wsuasi v caaaa w Aw vr ' j-v g -
3,000 yards White BrllllsnteA at 12.t2 .aspts
valua 80 eents pefard.-' -. n jr . .. v.!i ti :i
3,000 yards Fine and Domeitle aioghams greatly
der value. .
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OF
M. I ....,. uiivAvms '''
CHALLIS, FOULARD BILES, ' ;
ENGLISH BARBGES, LA7ELLA8,
, . LAWKS, CAUC3E8, FOPUNS,
. AND ALL OTHER ,
New and KasWonable Dress Groodai
In the most desirable styles and at very lowers prices,
U BHAWLBI I In all desirable oolor.. and at
Of all materials; made In the mort stylish manner
the latest Paris lashlons-ths most elegant styles
ii. - ' -
may 30 -'
" v- BAlN .atc SOBTr
' Ne. SB Botlth High streeU
TEIiLA SIIAWLII STEI.IA
BAIN fc BON.
' Ho. 29 Booth High street.
1 . Nortlllas In Neok Ties and Soarfs. , ,
1 u t. 1 i, , - n . 1 1 .
1,' 1. ... iiiiuu auu u.iiuh uui . . -
Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs-
Paris Kid Oloves, superior make.
Golden Hill Shirts, various sly lea.- ''. -
Boys' Golden HUl Bhlru, . do ..
Drivlne and ettraet Gloves, do -
Uemniad Pocket Ilandkerchiefa, various styles.
Half Hon and Under Garment!. "
BAIN c BON,
aprllS - iaKq. W Bonth High ttieet.
TlEPELLAIVT OH - WAIEB.PBOOF
MM CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes ot
Cloak Clothe, in all desirable mixture bindings,
salt and Buttons to match. . BAIN Jt BON,
J No. M South High 1 tr
P1"- 0I receipt of two atamps, by vt. UHAB.
IjIN1i m Bowery( N(W York. Pott Office Bo.
i6. .. i : ). ,i ir ,.: T . iauarSljamaAjw
Wrl 1 MAN H (J OD:
- f . A.. tlTW Tl.HAfl.n
1 uw wo.,, now AASAVBAtv.
JTTHT PTTnT.TBnitTi. ON Tnw NATURE. TREA
MEN! AND RADICAL CURB OP SPERMATORRHEA
orBemlnal Weakness, Sexual Debility.Wervouenees.la
voluntary Emissions ana impotenoyy retuiiing
Belf-abuie, to. pf ROM. a uuiverweu, m. u.
under seal, In a plain envelope; ' wny adarss,poti
In all eases of eostiveoess, dy spepsia, btllloaa and
affections, plies, rheumatism, fevers ea4 agues,
nate head aches, and all general derangements ot
these Fills have Invariably proved a eertata and
remedy. A single trial will place the Life Pills
the reach of competition In the estimation pf every
Dr. HoffAt'sPhmnlx Bitters will be found equally
flcaoloos In all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia,
ache, the sickness Incident to females tn delicate
and every kind of weakness ef tbe digestive
for sale by Dr. W. B. MOFfAT, 335, Broadway, N.
and by all Druggists.. ..., ; . ssay9B-d.wly
The following is an extract from
letter written by the Rev. J. S. Holme, paster ol
Plerrepoint-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn! ST.' 77,
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and
volumea In favor of that world-renowned medicine,
Wimslow's Boorame Braor roa Childish Temiiirot
"We an advertlameirt In yonr columoa ot
WmiLow's SooTHiao Biaur. Now we never nlda
In hvor of a patent medicine before tn our Ufa, but
feel compelled to toy to your readers that this la no
bog Wl RATS TKIID IT, A0 IlOW IT TO M AU
claims. It Is probably one of the moat sucoeasful
of the day, because It la one of the best. And
of your readers WdObave babies can't do better man
lay in a supply.'; 4 ,!,- ,, ,. 1 ,.ocS17:lyd4w
. T fjameampUTee., ' , 1
Tbe Advertiterjiavhig been restored to health In a
weeks by a very simple remedy, after baying offend
eral years with a severe lung affection, and that
disease, Consumption Is anxious to make known
fellow-sufferers the means of rare. ' ' 1 v - n ,
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of thepreserff
tlon used (free of charge), with the directions for prepar
ing and using the same, which they will find a sdri
for Const! rno, Aitbiu," Ekoitcerns, ste. The
object of tbe advertiser In sending the Prescription Is
bsneSt tb afflletad, and spread Information which be
calves to be Invaluable, 'and be hopes every sufferer
try his remedy, ai it fill COlt (hem nothing! god.
prove a bleating , . . . . , .
Parties wishing the presertpMon will please tfflretB
Rings County, New York
Jrj-TBsl AUIBIOAN WATCH COMPANT, of Wall-
bam, Mass., begs to oall the attention of the public to
tho- following emphatlo recommendation of Waltham
Watches, by the leading practical Watchmakers and Jaw
lera throughout the United Slates. . The entire list of
signatures to It ll quite too long for publication Id one
advertlwahent; bat the names presented will be recog
nised by thoie acquainted with tho trade as being In the '
highest degree respectable and and Influential. At their
establishments may always be found the genuine Wakh
ae of be Company's manufacture, In great variety.
'' 'Signatures from many cities and towns not fully
reatnttd ln this list will appear la a future adver
meet ' :. v .., , , ,
Tha nndertlgned, practical Watchmakeis and dealers In
Watches, having bought and sold American Watches f r
number of years put, and having deilt In all kinds o t
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, ba to
state that they have never dealt in Watches which, as a
class, or In Individual Instances, have been moresalli-
faotory to themselves or customers, whether in respect ot
durability, beauty of finish, mathematically correct pro
portions, accural compensation and adjustment, or of
fin UmUtpino rttvlti, than those manufactuied by
tha Waltham Company.
n. 1 JAM KB 11YUN.
r iniTfj n. tvrA
N. I. CRITTENDEN,
JAMES J. ROBS,
BRGGB As SMITH,
WM. WILSON McQRRW,
Klntf ax BKOTHKK,"
1.1. stB. M. EDWARDS,
f. J. ATjBXANDKH,
JOHN II. MOUSE,
W. H. RI0HM0N0, '
A. B. OILLKTT,
B. D. LILLEBTON,
J. BrGURRAN, .
3. W. BROWN, -'
. B. TOBIN,
BABSB k HCL"MAN,
A. P. BOYNTON,
WM. M. MAYO, .
A. W. FORD,
J. M. FOX,
H. it D. R08ENBERQ, ,
O. A. BUKU atuu.
K. 8. KTTKNUEIMER Jt CO,
WM. B. TAYLOR. .
H. R. k II. O. UAHFHWTMK,
11AIUUT k IiHACII,
J AUKa HYDH,
w. T. KOPLIN.
" ORO. W.8TBIS,
J. N. BKNNET,
A. B. BTORMB.
WM. 8. MOBOAN,
BBNDKRBON BRO B
J. A. CLARK,
JOHN 3. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS, .
L. O. DUNNINvs.
W. P. BINGHAM at CO.,
OBAS. O. IRNCn.
H. BASCOM tt CO,,
J. M. BTANBII.
THRO. r. PICKKRINO,
A. B. VAN COTT,
, A. 0ILR8,
RRINEMAN ax MEYR SN,
BAU'L BROWN, Jr., '
' Prairie da Chlen,
HICKMAN at Y0I1K.
010. 8IKIN, t '
K. 3. LA8CBLLK,
SAM'LnARMAN: . -
i. J. 11LA1H,
010. W. McOAlLa,
GEOROB HKLLItt, ,
y. r hbllkk,
B T. HOVSUAN,
0. T. HOBERT8,
J. C. DOLON,
CHA8. L. FIBIIER,
B. il. Bt. OLAI,
. A. PKTKBBON,
BNOOII P. BILLS,
HBNHY H. JAMKH,
CARBON at BBaNNOR,
A. W. PYL1,
81MPB0N fcPBICB, '
V. W. SKIFF.
J. 4c A OARDNIR
MAURIOB at HENRY,
J T. BCOTTfcCO.,
T. B. liUMFHRKlU, .
B. A. VOOLBR,
P, W. LEINBKOK,
J. W. MONTQOllKRY,
BENJ. B. COOK, '
BEXTKK Sc TIA8KINB,
P. W. MAOOMUKR,
J.J BURNS, ,
JI88B SMITH, , :, . . .,
T. M. LAMB, .
B.N. BTOBY, ti .
0. W. POGO.
AMOS BANBORH, -v;
JOHN BARTON, - - ,
JOHN MoORKQOB,. , .
W. M. ROOT.
JOHN B. SCOTT,
N.MOODY. ...... i
WM. KIRKHAM, Jr., .
t. D. ANTHONY CO , ,
THOMAS BTEBLI c 00.,
HEMINGWAY St 8TBVEN8,
WM. ROGERS St SON,
E.BENJAMIN, . , ,
J. B. KIRBY.
' Northampton, Mass
NewBadford, " '
. Taunton, "
" Pall Elver, "
. Olouoester, . . "
. Lynn, "
PittaOeld, , .. " '
... i ' ,
OreenBeld, " '
Providenoe, B. I.
1. Greenwich, H
Hartford, . Oonn.
J.u . iiii w
'?nighT . ."
AAHAUU H . I
1 l D. AliOIl
1 1 OBORGB BROWN,
' I E. S. HUNTINGTON 4 00.,
".iim t u'nn i .
Beoi i iir rrTtatArt: '-
D anbury. , r
' ' '
JI. IX. UAAA) ' i
GEO. W. PHEW at CO.,
8. J. MKLLIBII,
W. 0. 0. WOODBURT,
REUBEN BPKNOaB, . -
WM. B. MUKHluu,
N. W. OODDABD,
OBAS. 1. BA0O1T,'
P.M. UARDIBOS, "
TWOMBuT St SMITH, -MOBES
J. A MERRILL
JAMES EMERY, . .
SIMEON BLOOO, " ."
HENRY II. HAM,
ROBERT N. BODSB, ' '
HENRY McSEMNBY, , , .
J. T. IIOWLAND,
TOMPKINS A MORRIS,
C. 0. WILLIAMS,
Q. B.JtO. L.BOQERB, '- )
D. I. LUCY,
P. O. HALL.
BRINBMAID St TJILDBKTB,
0. H. HARDINH, -
T.O.PUINNIX,'" H)i ' .
A. A. MEAD,
J. 0. BATES, , ; I . , :
0. C. CniLDS.
0. H. nUNTINQTON,
W. K. WALLACE,
LB ANDES AMADOH,
0. B. JENNINGS, ,
OREOOR it CO.,
A. N. HALL,
ROBERT WILKER, .
Hanover, - ;
Laconia, , v ,
Augusta! . . .
' Portland, ' ''
. Boekaport, ,
Rockland, ' .
. , Auburn, . , .
, Bath, . , .
Montpeller, : 1
St. Johnabury, ,
, St. Albans.
, Oautio.As ear Wateh Is no extenslvety counter
felted by foreign manufaoturers, we have lo Inform the
publio that no witch Is of out production which Is anae
companltd by a certificate of geaulneaees, bearing the
number of the watch, and signed by ear Treasurer, I.
fl. Bobbins? er by our predeeessors, Applston, Traoy
Co. - - -- - -
As these watches tie for sale by jmlers refaiv
througbonl the TJnloo, the Amerlcaa Watch Oopanf
"d not solicit ordsrs for single watches. . -
j .c i rir BOBBINS AinWO ' f j
I , ; " ;,WhoUsls Agents, e. IBS Broadwa ' ' , . '
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