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The Fall Campaign--The Democratic
The Fall Campaign--The Democratic State Convention.
odto.fllBB anxious Jot an early Democratlo State
!' Contention, aniHn their teal manifest a spirit
"'pffftuIadiogwUb tbe State Central iom
. mltiM. which lewbollv D.warraneti
His tree that the aspect ol affairs he ma-
erlellj changed slnoe the last conference held
bv the Committee, la thle Cttv, eome two
month. aco. . It wee then very difficult to deter
mine' eaiisfaotorllv the proper polity to adopt,
"m4 he Committee acted with the beet lights
SVi,H'ubefofo It, nod. decided to poetpone the annuel
w . Conf entloa of the party ontil an onuenallv late
m-i-u their eotlon wei not, however, deem'
Jd. aaaiteriblend nothing baebeeo eacrlfleed
.!,'.'. bylt..The Republican perty baa been ueing
Mrr.nalf"nn at feet at any or ue could desire, ana
"'""''le to day lu a more disorganized and demoral
. utd condition than it would now be, had the
Demoor&c? been organised and In the field.,
ja.,i x. jo m changed condition of thlnge, we think
,Vr for the Cummlttee to be called to-
-Bother to reoooeider their termor Butiuu,
i 'wOhoDe tbe Chairman, Dr. Mount, will take
' "I oocaeloa to aopotnt n early day for thatpur-
w .'i i
.... nrau. ,
, r We are not, however, in euch a hurry for the
Cncnttan as some of our cotemporarlee ap
" near to be
We want to eee something or the
'doings of Congress, before our nominating body
assembles: bntetill.we think a day.a month
"earlier7 than that originally suggested fey the
... V Commlttee, might be designated foC the Con
tjmi.ii reatioa to meet. If the sarin condition of
, 1 tWCs existed nowthat did when the Commlt-
.""ji tee last met, or even amontb eince, we enema
A still regard the postponement of the Convention
" -a liidlotous and nrooeri but the wonderful and
diiw InnrMsicff cbaceea which are going on
among ihe 'people, Is sufSc:eot, at least, to war
raus an early meeting of the Committee to con
suit upon the subject,
. -We regard the question settled that the Old
National Colon Dutnocracy will sweep Oslo in
Ojtober like.a.wnlriwind. -The people ace,
real'te BBd-"acknoeledge the Incompetency of
th"rHcBulJlican party for the present great
omfsencf,iatowblch it has thrown the country
5- and they will, with a unanimity never before
equalled, place the political power of Ohio In
J!3lMnocrilo hands, on the second Tuesday In
; i Ootober'next. When the Convention does as
semble, ici it put in nomination a ticket com-
posed of honest, able and troe men, and the peo
. - pie will elect it by an overwhelming majority.
Wo observe that our respected cotemporary
of the Crista, seoms disposed to get tip a Con
vention on bis own book to become a nulll
fier If he csunot have the State Committee
t " "ao sccordiDg to his notions. We are quite
gratified that our neighbor has come to the con
clusioo that the old organization is the only one
to be. relied upon, notwltbataoding hie paper
was established upon the principle of Its inde-
"..."pendence of party, and the unwillingness of the
- editor to be trammeled by party politicians, or
What he seemed to regard as effete organize
t' tioos; and having come to the conclusion that
it is best, after all, to stand by (he organise
i iioo, it is hie duty to conform his action to that
of the appropriate authority of the party, aod
under no eircumstaacea to stir up rebellion
' ' against it. - We welcome Gov. Mioaar into the
lint of party editors, and kindly remind blji
that sabordiaation is, under the circumstances,
a duty. It would be a eorry eight to see the
j 'Old. Wheel Horse" refractory, and we hope
.'wo shall have no more of this unklud flings at
'Z the Siate Central Committee. They are im
proper, uiibecomiog and out of place.
The Duty of Congress.
x W - Coogress will meet in special session oa the
-t.b day of July next, la pursuance ot the call
ol President' Lincjln, Issued on the 17th of
AjKil. ;We notice that some of the Republican
paper think the assembling of Congreei Is
merely a matter of formthat the Adminlstra-
tinajrilLbava. the neoeesary work out out (or
3 it, end that all It will have to do, will be to
"reglste.rj.in the shape of acta passed by it, the
will od reoommeodatlona of the President
Practically inca'may' be the case, elnoe the
largo majority of the members are composed of
the class of crack, brained Irrepressible" fana
tics, who ran la oa the popular tide last year,
lai who, f bow before tbo people, could scarce
Jy command the vote of a corporal's guard m
their respective districts. It may be that they
may simply record the edicts of the Executive,
.fBd.tf .sp, it is to be hoped that wisdom, pro
rj deuce and patriotism may preside la the prepa
". ration of, the Executive Budget.
During the discussion and adoption of tbe War
Tjliicasurei in our legislature, the edlote of Gov.
;' Drsmsosi were in all cues obeyed. Resistance
. was out of tbe question. Every thing the Gov
k ern'or suggested was adopted, and if any mem
ber hesitated,' he was denounced as a traitor.
Tbe laws were ground through with the speed
of the locomotive, and every one contained a
provision thuf this and the other matter should
v all be done at the discretion of tbe Governor,
JJ of at ihe Governor should direct.
Oar Legislature adjourned about the middle
of May, and to-day, If It could re aseemble, it
"would, with remerkabls unanimity, atrip tbe
. Governor of every discretionary power vested Id
, him! , No man doubts that aucb would be th
-case, aod wltn this exampl before It, Congress
would do well to examine all tbe suggestions aod
recommendations of Mr. Liacout carefully, and
in all cases where the measure does not meet
with tbe eaootloo of tbe Judgment of a member,
' be ihould-bave do hesitation io saying so.
Mr LtKOOia Is as dtflolent In statesmanship
-as Oo( Dwaieow, and unfortunately be bw
-oalled around him some men wbote patrloUim
"and boneety are at a large discount; and bene
" it ft the duty of every member of Congress to
" ,aot Independent In hie sphere, and while read;
'to promote every proper measure recommended,
be ebould oppose snob as in his judgment are Im
proper.' " '' " '
Republicans on the Commercial.
. It le not uncommon now days to bear Repub
ltoans denounce tbe Cincinnati Cmmer$lal bit
terly." Some of the tenants of the State House
absolutely Intimate that It le a treasonable con
en. 'The ir! of yesterday pays special
attention to BauTiap, the Washington oor-
fssoondent, - - ......
j Tbatpepcf and Its ccrreepondent has eVrd
to attack the whole Republican concern Nation
al and 8tate, for blnnderlng management and
; downright rascality, la matters pertaining to
of too war.
, Lieut. Col. Gaifitxp has resigned, on ao
.conut of kls private business.
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The Demand for a Short and Decisive
There are doubtless now, as there always bavt
been, barbarous, haU-oivillaed people, who love
to fight, as men love to bunt and nib, for the
mere sake of the sport, Bat In the United
States and other enlightened countries, war has
lost Its old prestige. The profession ot arms is
not what it once was so noble and derating In
the popular eetlmation, as to. cause It. to take
rank above all the nseful and beneficent avooa
tlons of civil life. " . " -
. War is still deemed necessary to repel foreign
aggression or suppress domestio Insurrection
But the "pomp and circumstance of glorious
war" falls on the ear of modern refinement and
Christian civilisation, as an unmeaning phrase,
or else aa calling up scenes of desolation, wo
and carnage. People go to war now a daye
with reluctance, and only consent to It as a last
resort aa a remedy for great evila which other
and peaceful remedlea have failed to reach and
aubdue. It la used as the hangman's rope or
the executioner's axe is used In oases of murder
or treason, .
Buoh being the popular dread of war, when
the people feel compelled to take up arms to re
pel foreign aggression or orush out rebellion,
the demand Is universal and Imperative that tbe
war should be made short, vigorous and deci
sive Feeling that war blocka the wheels of
improvement, destroys commerce, robs , the
country of its mechanics and laborers, burdens
it with heavy debt and oppressive taxes, toi
blasts national and individual happiness and
prosperity, intelligent and sensible people can
not oear to tutua oi a loroirj) or a civil war
protracted for ten, twenty, thirty or forty years
The tendency in the civilized and Christian
world, for the, last half centnry, baa been to
make wirg earnest and short. Our second wsr
with England lasted but a little over two years,
and our war with Mexico was equally brief.
The Crimean war, In wblob nearly all the Great
Powers of Europe were engaged, and which, In
a former age, would probably have laated twen
ty years, wae brought to a close in two. The
French Italian war against Austria In 1859,
which might, a hundred yeara ago, have deluged
a continent in blood, was ended io three months
and without involving any parties but the im
mediate belligerente. Tbe publlo opinion of
tbe clviliced world is gradually moulding itaell
Into the determinotion that wars aball not only
be short, but that they shall be confined to the
parties who first reeort to tbe arbitrament of the
sword for the settlement of disputes.
If we could have a Congress truly represent
ing tbo people of all civilised countries, assem
bled In our National Capital to morrow, to give
us tbe beet of their counsel and advice In the
preeent emergenoy, they would unanimously say
to the people of the United States: "If this rn
inous civil war cannot bs stopped by pescefnl
negotiation and settlement, bring all your ener
gles to bear upon It at once make it short and
final, as you would tbe execution of a criminal
yon bad sentenced to death. In a short, vigor
ous war, yon will have no occasion to fear for
eign Intervention! but In a protracted one.
there may be danger of embarrassing foreign
Such, we believe, would be the almost unani
mous rolce of our own countrymen, could they
be heard In a National Convention assembled
to-morrow. Our people are accustomed to see
great enterprises planned, and completed almost
as soon as planned. Tbey are used to riding In
railroad cars, and cannot bear the clow-moving
coach of other days. And any Federal or Bute
Administration, that Ug bUsA tail to
come up to the popular demand for vigorous and
decisive measures, Is preparing for Its own over
throw. The people want and mean to have
the Union preserved; but tbey are impatient at
bearing its preservation everlastingly talked
about, and nothing effective dona to save It
The Government baa been threatening to crush
out the rebellion, and now the urgent demand
is that the decisive blow shall follow the threat.
If the Government la not yet prepared for this,
let it prepare iteelf quiokly. Celerity of pun
ishment la more important than long-delayed
severity; therefore, strike home at once upon
the Rebel armlea.
The Ohio State Troops in Virginia.
The Ohio Slate Journal of the 19 lb instant
haa an article in relation to the Ohio troops in
Virginia, In reply to eome strictures la the Cln
olnnatl Commercial, which we transfer to our col
umns for future reference aa well as for the in
formation it contains. Every reader will form
his own judgment and make bis own comments
the facts stated:
BY WHOSE AUTHORITY?
A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial
or Tuesday, wno assumes to apeak of what he
knows, declares that the Ohio Volunteers In
Virginia, are mastered into United States eer
vice, aod in tbe same paper tbe editor indorses
what its eorreeDoorJeot eave. deolarlne that Qan
HoClellaa la not Major General of Ohio State
troops, but only of Federal lorcee Tbo facta Is
that nooe of tbe Ohio troops in Virginia, txcepv
log tbe 9th Regiment, Col MoCook, bave been
mustered into United Stateo service, and that
all the troops there were moved from Ohio upon
orders approved oy uovrnor uennlson, from
General MoClellan, who le Major General of
ibe Ohio State troops by authority of the Gov
ernor, bv whom be was appointed Malor Geo
eralfor Ohio, under tbe first call of tbe Presi
dent for tnree months volunteers, and wae from
that position called Into the regular army, and
given a Department inoiuding Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, western Kentucky aod Western Vir
giniaa Department organised noon tbe recom
eaendatioo of tbe Governor, to eooomollsh which.
oe sent special messengers to Washington Tbe
movements wnien nave oeen made for the pro-
leoaon oi western Virginia rrom rebellion, origl
oated at Headquarters in Ohio. Gov. Deootson
pledged Onto tor ample assistance to the Union
aea of Virginia, and be was resolved to redeem
ibai pledge U a hundred thousand msn were re
quired lor it. Without attempting to defend
me poeiuon taken, let tnoeo who ark by whose
aotnortty "utate troope are doing Federal eer
vioe io Virginia," consider whether It would
nave been wise to wait until western Virginia
nod been overawed by secession forces and the
Ubio border invaded.
If this be not a sufficient answer to tbo ques
tion ot authority for Ohio State troops in Vir
ginia, we would inquire, since they have done
good eervlce there, whether tbe technicality ot
.be anauer might not be profitably adjourned
until rebtMon le suppressed. .
It strikes us as somewhat singular ttu I State
troops should bo armed at State expense for
4te service, and tbea sent oat of theStaie on
Federal service, when there were eleven Fed
eral Regiments In tbe field, anxious for orders
o into tbe service tor wnlob ¬
Cin. Commercial, 18th.
Did it ever occur to our Cincinnati friends
that there may bave been a Ue purpose In or
derinc and keeping a strong force at Camp Don
oieobf Has Cmoiunatl been Invaded flow
stands Kentucky to day?
' Beside, Is not tbe Commercial content to
have the 8taio authorities do eoiiMiAiattfeotive
itb that aver which they bave coutrul, while
tbe Uultod 8tatee' authorltiee may bo apparent
ly inactive, even though the troops at Camp
Dennl-on are 'anxious for orders to go into,
The Bethel fight left some men dead, but
seemetohave left Gen Pierce deader. This
officer, before leaving Maeaagbuaette, examined ,
tbe applicants lor appoiutmeou to military sta
tioos, and decided ae to their States. Hie own
M.minatinn .ie at Bethel, and tha Dubiia h.
rendered a very unanimona decision about his
Mpaitywhwil7raW. , . '
Bogus Union Sentiment.
After all of the hypooritioal blowing of the
Republicans about the triumphant suooess of
the Union men In Maryland and Kentuoky, who
have made such a gallant fight under adverse
circumstances, and came oal victorious j we
Me an almost united sentiment from tbe Repub
lican press, deprecating any effort On the part
of the members elect, to do what they were
eleoted to do, vix "Save the Union," un
less tbey will adopt the prescriptions of the
very "Irrepressible" Republicans, who, with the
aid of the Southern secessionists, have brought
abont our trouble.
The New York World Is very fearful suob
msn aa CarrrtNoiN may possibly do aome good;
and attempts to forestall their action, and de
nominates ths men at the North who may favor
propositions made by him, or other of the Un
ion members, at "Northern consplratore of Jcrr
Tbe "irrepressible" Abolitionists of the
North are tbe real conspirators of tbo secession
lsts of the South, and there are none others In
ths North. '
In short, ths Republicans who proell rjj De
but who are not, Union men, bave r;t j0 wo,k
to render neeless tbe very victory 0r tDa tjuod
men In Maryland and Ktncky, over which
tbey have been pre.inQB 8ch great Joy.
We makette prediction that In a very ehort
time Vae ''irrepresMble" Republicans, who are
pretending to be Union men par excellence, will
be bitter in their denunciation of the Union
men who have been eleoted, and will, like Gen
AsHttr, think they are worse than secession
They fear such men as are elected will frus
trate their ulterior objects prevent disunion
The Boston Courier.
We have read with satisfaction some excel
lent articles from this bid and able paper, on
the state of tbe country and the war. In an
artiste headed "The West," commenting on a
statement said to have been made by a Mem
phis paper, about "combinations in Ohio, Indi
ana and Illinois, to overthrow the Lincoln dy
nasty," it aayst
'Of count. It Is tsttrel lmp'isiblt new to specnlati
tth ar7 otrtalntr upon tbe txart lam of toi withlo
bis term or oAi. Bat wbuver tb-j Bar bt whether
th Union la rasiurtd. a w bopa and bailave. oi whtih-
er we thall aUU ba drlftli tn In an Ubflolihrd war
thtreeaa be do queitlno wbattur tbat lb aucctuor to
thai term, wbotnr be may b, will be cboMn la rt'tr
Doa w enilrtlf dlaerant p ilttcil new, from UijH
which ssearcd ths eitctiea of Ur. LIjcoIq."
This Is, no doubt, the "combination" alluded
to. It Is very large, and Is growing "more so'
every day. Tbe great error the Republ cans
have fallen into le in failing to draw the dls
tlnction between overthrowing not Mr Lin
eoui specially but all men of the sectional
"political views" of the Republican party
"which secured the election of Mr. Lincoln,"
and the Government! This Is the fatal error.
Tbe Government, ae we anderstand it, la not
overthrown by overthrowing Mr. Lincoln and
his dynasty.1 By the "dynasty" wo suppose is
meant ChasI, Sxwatn, Batxi and Camxron,
who were cacdidates before tbe Colcago Con
ventlon. Thie will undoubtedly be accom
plished. Tbe "combination" is very strong
for tbat purpose.
A Republican Candidate for Governor.
A correspondent of tbe Commercial trom
Springfield, suggests Hon. BiNiaam Stanton, of
Logan county, aa a candidate for Governor.
He Is not proposed as a Republican candl
date. Tbat nams has lost Its charm; but tbe
rose he proposes " would smrti )usv as sweet"
by any other name.
There appears to bo a general disposition
among the Republicans to retire Dxnmison.
Wby is this? He has not done the eountry a
tithe of tbe injury the party that elected him
have ! ,
Ths Springfield correspondent wisely pro
poses to abandon both tbe name and tbe Gov
ernor. Each bave lived their day.
While they lived, they lived In elover;
Whan the died they died all ever!
ETThe Cincinnati Cewmereial says "the Amer
loan people are resolved, corns what may, that
there shall be no government on American soil
bat a Democratic Republic." That's so! The
Republicans havs had power about three months,
and Major General Banis, one of the Presldent'a
mouth pieces, has announced from Arlington
Heights, that "This is the last of this Govern
ment under its present form." 1 But the Union
Democracy will teach them that they are mis
takes. He made the announcement too soon I
"Forewarned forearmed." Let tble be the
. We clip the following from the Newark Ad
voocata of the 21st lnst.
The meeting Is called for Saturday, the 39th
of Jnne, 11 o'clock A. M. Tbat'a the right
kind of talk t
DtsiooaaTio Cooirrr Convention. The call
of the Democratic Central Committee for tbe
ooetomary annual convention preliminary to
tbe nomination of a democratic ticket for the
October election, will be found in to day's pa
per The assembling of this convention le al
ways an occasion of interest, aid we anticipate
a larger attendance this year than heretofore.
1 he ead events wbloh bave overtaken our ooun
try, are 'each as to strengthen and eonfiim
democrat ia ibe wisdom of their past efforts
to discourage sectional strife and agitation.
A disregard of their eounolls bae been followed
by tha worst -of evils, aod democrats, in this
hour of a nation's calamities, may well ' come
logo Her and re piedgetbemselves to an ad her
coca to euch a publlo policy as will allay ex
citement, re eeUblisb fraternity and gool or
der, and perpeiuate our blessed Union In tbe
spirit in wbicb it wae established. Whilst
democrats desire no party affiliation with Dolili
oians of tbe irrepressible school, they hope to
bavo tbe hearty co-operation of thousands of
conservative men who never again will allow
themselves to act with a party in aoy respect
dependent on tbe will of tbe Wadee, tbe Chases
aod the Giddlogses for Its success. Wben tble
olass of agitators In tbe North, and a corres
ponding elass In tbo South, bave been banished
from publio life, tbo people of tbe two great
sections may expect to nve once more in Iran
Gen. McDowell's Plain.
' Gen McDowell came to this city to-day, and
paid his respects to Gen. 8oott. exhibiting a
complete map ot tbe land now oooupted by tbe
federal lorces, aod snowing now easy It would
beta capture the enemy located withle a short
distance of the outside lines of Gen McDowell's
survey, wbicn tX'eod Into tbe tut er lor tan miles
from Arlington tlitbts, and ten miles below
Alexandria, and tbo same distance above tbe
Chain Bridge Geo. Scott listened with all at
tention, and when Gen McDowell bad ooooluded
aod desired permission to advance and nuke an
attack, in order to wipe out tbe disgrace ot the
lata blunders, Oen. Boott sat Quietly back and
It will be seen from our dispatches tbat among
tha appointments for Consuls' are R.' P. L
, o! toil city, to Matanita, and Uoo
Taci, of Oslo, to Faoobal. Ex Governor Wa
nan BiW, of Ohio, now of Tennessee, Is Cons
l1r.n.,,.i 1. 1. ..it K,n .v.. ...
" TangieisI It Is wsll Understood that Bile
wu determined to bave something he followeo
Lmoout closely from Illinois on his trip.
The Army Worm.
destructive insect, wbloh has this season
spread over large portions of Southern and Cen
tral Illinois and Kentucky, doing great damage
io tbe crops, appears to be subsiding. A oorres-
Soodeut writing from Central Illinois, under
aloof June lib, describee their habits and
the remedy for them in this wise. lie aayat
"Their first appearance ia generally In a blue
grass or timothy meadow, which appear to be
tbelr favorite breeding plaoes. They eat off
tbe green leaves and beads, leaving the naked
stalk. ', From Ibis tbey travel in a body to the
adjoining field whether of corn or small grain,
and always In ons particular, direction, so lar
as we have observed. Tbey olean tbe corn be
fore them, eating out tbe heart of the shoot and
trimming off tbe leaves. Rye and winter wheat
Vt too far advanced for them, nor do we tblnk
they will damage the spring wheat and oats
but little. Grass and corn are tbelr especial
"Ia the meadow there appears to be none, but
they oan be easily kept withlo it, by plowing a
deep furrow around the field, liivlng the land
aide of furrow oa the eld; ot the field that tbey
are about to Invade, If they appear in. very
large numbers; emU boles ebould be dug with
a epada 1. Voe bottom of tbo furrows a few teet
Pf n . into wbloh they will fall, or a em .11 log
0','abe drawn along with a single borse tbree or
four times a day. No farmer need lose bis corn
if be will attend to them in this way. Two or
tbree hot day will end them, but the preeent
cool, eloudy weather Just suits them. They do
not Itke clover or the leaves of woody plants or
"On examination yesterday we saw no small
ones, and therefore conclude that their race is
Toledo Free Press.
EJ The Boston Courier says of Gsneral
' "Brigadier General Robert C, Sohenck,the
soldier who conduoted Ihe First Regiment of
Ohio Volunteers Into the etemy's country In a
railway train using the cow oatcher of tbe
locomotive ae a "scontiog party" aud whose
oommaud was fired into by a maiKea oattery
concealed in tbe curve of the road, near Vienna
in Virelala. on Aljndav wae born in Franklin
VVarrea County, Ohio, Oot 4, 1809 graduated
at MUml IInlr.rlt In 1827; atudied law, and
was admitted to the bar in 1631. In 1840 he was
elected a member of the Oaio Legislature: in
1843 and 1851 be was eleoted to Congress.
President Fillmore appointed him Minister to
Grilil. In 1853 ha retired from Dolltloal life,
but In 1860 cxm forth to favor tbo election of
Mr. Lincoln. file elevation to the poet of
Brigadier General was a political reward."
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Ds'isx or Soldiim roa Watxx in Battli
i soldier who was in tbe Betbel agbt writes:
"Some of us have bad ve'V narrow cbaooes for
hie Ia tbe courts of tbo fight, eeverat ot us
ran across a road along which tbe cannon of tbe
enemy were constantly playing, in order to get
water. (I find, by tbe way, that on the battle
field a man will risk hie life, without hesita
tion, for water.) Having cot it, we were
waiting to rush bios again, dodging the batle la
order to do so. uar nrat itieuienaoi sang out,
" Don't so many of you come at once." I
wiib fome others, stopped to allow the next lot
to pars. Tbey made a rnb, aod when nearly
acrose, a cannon ball came wbizxlog along and
killed four men, moving tbem down instanny.
Que was of our own corns, one Ol tbe East Bos
ton company, one a Lieutenant of artillery, aod
one unknown fo me. On eeeing thie, we lm
mediately made a runh after ibem, bat, though
running the same risk, went safely over.' .
Negro in the Custom House.
From tbe New York Ltadtr, we learn that
William O'rJwttt, a citizen of tbe U b Ward
Was removed lrom tbe position of marker Io tbe
Custom House, and a negro named Robert vos
KiUH appointed in his place. It adds:
Tbt. la to be tha lnaniu ration of tot aerra rthra. Is It?
And Prince Tofburjtt li to take the Isad In the -mark-loi"
department of too Cuitom Houot We ratter think
that Ihe "marking" will bs oa tbe face o I ths Ae)iutucaa
So we go wiib the "visible admixture." We
hare often beard of the "nigger ia tbe wood
pile," but never before In office in 'the Custom
ET Col. HAkoic, author of Tactics, has been
appointed to the command of tbe Rebels' dis
trict, embracing Fairfax and Vienna, under
tttr Tha ateamahlo. Stata of Georgia, for
Fort Pickens, sailed from New York, on Tours
day afternoon. She baa on board 64 men and 6
officers of Wilson's Zouaves, who were left be
hind. Tbe officers are: Capt. Whitino, Adju
tant Hinxt, Lieutenants Latbim and DinslOW
1ST The transport City of New Yotk, lying at
pier No. 29 North River, departed yesterday,
tbe S3 J, for Pecsacola. She has a cargo of coal
Ciar- Ooass. Oame Jackson, four miles west of Co
lnmbai. wtll hrit.r be known aa OamD Chass. Ihe
ohaoi of nam hat bean made la ompliiutn t to Becrv-
lary utuM uuMKxna atraia, . -
Discarded Jaoejon, to compliment Cha!
Tbat is fully np to the spirit of Republicanism
Some of these fellows try bard to make people
believe they love Jackson but it almost kills
ILTIt appears from the reports, taat some of
tbe surgeons of the Ohio troops were at . Vlen
na, bat they had neither their medicines or
surgical instruments with them. They must
bave been very nseful to the slok and wounded
'Yoar noney or.irour Uxe.''-ThoM
whesellameaaoyof the poAonoui compounds found
in the market, f r good Balcratus, not on rob blm of
his monty, bat slowly take his life also. Avoid the inn
rlous, and bay Pyls's DleterJe, which alone is pure and
safe. Depot, 3iS Washington street, New Tork. Sold
try groeei savory where. . ;
ITlOFr AT'9 LIFE FILL8.
In oUeoaeecf oosttveoeai.dyepeptla, billions and llvci
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, otxtl
sate bead actios, and all general derang-emenU of health
these Pills havs Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A sugls trial will place ths Ufa Fills beyond
ths reach of competition Is the estimation of every pa
tient. ; r ' :j
Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters will be found equally ef
ftcadoua la all cam of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness (neUtnl to fsaaalts Is delicate health,
and every Had or weakness ef Ihe digestive organs!
for sale by Sr. W. B. MOH AT, 335, Broadway, N. T.
andbyallSrnutita..0 . . may22-dAwly
Tlx following- is an extract from a
Utter written by the Bev. 3. S. Holme, paster oi ths
Plerrtpoint-Btrett Baptist Charoh, Brooklyn, N. Y.,h
& "Journal and klHoenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
reiume in raror of that world-renowned medlotne, tine.
Wwuiw'e Bootsim Bvacr roa OaiuaBi Tsminrw
'we tea on admtbment In yoar eolnmna of Has
ff rmurw'a Boorauie Syacr. How ws narar aaid a wnrri
In 'aor of a patent cedleiDO before m our life, but we
fMi oompoiled to my to yoar reader that ibl la no horn
bur wt aave vaura rt, aire im it :v at iu, n
otl li laerobablf enaof te moti mmtal mAL
elnea of the day became It la one of tha beat. Aod toots
oi jou nuin wno oare bantes can't 00 bettar than
V in a rappiy." ocOTllydAw
T Comemmptiree. " v
The Alvertlier, harlDg been reetorsd to health In a few
weaks by a vary slmpls remedy, after having offered itv-
era! years with a emrs long affaetlon, apd that dread
nsaaas. uonaumpnon is anzionj to make known to hit
rellow raffarers diemaaasof cure.
toall who desire It, be will send a eopy of tbepreserlf
'Ion oasd (free of charge), witb tbe direeUons for prepar
ing and oolng ths some, which the wlllnndaeoMOia
ir Coxnmrnoa, Aithk. BaoacarrrA, ke. The only
bjeet of tb advertlnr In sanding the Prsooriptloa Is to
eneBt th4 afllettd. and spread information which he eon
elves to be InTaloable, and he hopes every saf erer will
ry his remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and nay
roreabkMaing - . j
Parties wishing tbe preaerlptton will plea eddress
Btv. fJPWAUD . W1X BOH, "
. : if. : . v , 1 t ' - WUUamsbuiyh,
- . , ' . '.! nofjCotuiliy,llewort,
eCtxWIJ ... . I. '. 4 ')
t I c ; . ',,.,...-! crMlh , . ,
- h-:.'J ' -''a ,.''. . . :rr '. :
Elegant Lace Mantillas:
HAXDa cj DON",
No. 29 South High St.,
HaVI Juit epaned an Invoice' st vary largs;and
PUSHER. FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND P0INTE3.
Wide French .Laces: for Shawls.
Very Deep F.renoh Flouncing Laces. ', 'f
Real Threacl, Frenoh, Cheutilla & Qenevese
Valenciennes, Point da Gaze, Brussels
and Thread . L&oei and , Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS,.
-'-' Io new Shapes,
' 1 PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,
PRICES T7NTJSUALLV LOW.
Traveling Dress Goods.
MOZAMBIQUE 8 P0tLIN9, BBJEPBEHD'S CHECKS,
BlLKs, POIb Dl OHtVRBS, : :
.. t IAVEULaB, BBOCHB VALEKCIiS, to. ace.
The best sad most fathl mahle stylos Id ths olty,
AT VJERV LOW PRICKS.
" Bain eoN, '
Je21 , - S South High Street.
BAIN & SON,
Ko. .29 8outh High Straeti, Columbus,
Absj vow onaaiao '; '!' ;
8000 yard Tiavolmg Dress Goods at 8X, value
. UXcenta. - . V . ... . '
SSOOyard 1 raveling Draas Goods at IStft Ta'ua SOots.
SVOO yard Bngllih Be ranee at 1SX, valu SI eenw.
1000 yards freneh Orgatdle, mt HX. value SO oent.
SOOo yards Put Oolorcd Lawn at 10 Valu li oent.
1000 yard Fnnlarri Drew Bilk at 37X. vulue JO cants.
1510 yard. Super Plain Black Bilk al S 00. valu (1S5.
Rt of Orgndl Veraga, and Jloglleh Brg, at on.
half their value.
- BAlS Sc BON,
itl . $9 South High Btreet.
' '. Army
Clothing for Ohio Troops.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE0E1VED AT
the office of A D. Bullock, No U Wait Beonnd
atrMt, Olnclnnatl. and of tbe Quarter Maaier Osneral at
Oolumbu, until ill at. or SATURDAY, S9lh of Jane,
lost., for the following supplies: .
Jl 000 Overooata, all-wool airy blue keney.
4 000 Prock Ooats, all-wool heavy dark blue oloth.
S.OiiO pair Trowiere. all wool iky blu kertey.
', 00 Oavalry Jackals, all-wool htary da k-Mu oloth.
500 Cavalry Irowaers, all wool dark-bin keney,
relnf irced douhl oloth.
500 Artillery Jackets, all-wool heavy dark-bias
eloib. . i '
SOO Artillery Trowaers. all-wool dark-blus kersey.
1.000 Orerooat fur mounted Men, all- wool rty-blue
10.000 Regulation Books. . ' . " -,
5 00i "hlns (ray mixed. ' ;
S HOO pair Drawer, gray union. . ' . ' " !
o,000 pair Shoe, pegged or tewed. ' -
Alt be abor ar required to be of material and sty Is
eorrupondlng in every retpeot to ths State Army Begu
Sample patterns of each artlols w II bs furnlihed by
the Cut, nd my be seen on and after SSih lnit.,et
my tflice In Olnclnnatl, and at ths Quarler-tfaiter tu
sral1 efflrs In Oulumbu. - '
Bid mail be mad cparately for each artiole, the nms
to b Indoned on envelope.
for all epied bid the pirtleswllt b nqntisd to
glre ooad to ihe Stat of Ohio, with saSrlent Mcarity
(or tb faithful performane of th contract; and Io
cart of fallur in th Urn of dllvry or th quality of
tb artlolei, lh Stit reeerve the right to parch
tbem lMffber at th expenie of the oontractor.
Payaeot io h mid at th plearara of tb Bute with
in ninety dy from th eomplt (ton of th eontnet. All
artioie ahall be mbject to Inspection bofor being re
oeiTed by Stat.
Delivery to be made al Columbus: one quarter within
ton day 'rom date of contract, and to be completed
within thirty dy, at lb rate of one-fourth of whole
amount In each week therefrom.
Mo hdi for leu than fire hundred pieces of any one
article will be considered -
Ohio manufaciuied goods wtll be preferred. '
. . , , 0 P. BUCKINGHAM
" ' ' ' A. D. GULLOGK.
i; Commissioners or Army Clothing
je22 4tJ .. . - for tlM Bute of Ohio.
xxev qrtr utho IVTilitla and
ACJUIAKT GSNKHAL'8 OFFICE,) .
Colombo, June 18, 1801. J
Special Order N"o. 355.
Oommloary Oen. 0. P. Bncktnthtm, Ant Qr lias
ter Oen. Cha. Whittleaey. and Aut. Qr. Muter A. D.
Bullook, r hereby appointed a Ooamluion to whloh
will be referred all quutlon conotoied wlih th cloth
log of troop by th State of Ohio, with power to decide
in not, lapject to in approval oi in Uommander-ln-Chief.
n, b. cabrington -
Jt20 . AdJ't Oeneral.
10 WHOM IT T&LY CONCERN.
The Public Works of Ohio.
v Orricg or vni Lisbrs o thi Publio Wosks. (
Oubtiiuo, Jane 13, IBtfl.
TO nnderstraed having become the Lue of th
Publlo Work of Oblo, under th act of May 8. 1801,
and having entered Into th potMiiioo of aaid Work,
hereby give nolle that to operatli g under aald lea,
and discharging their dntle ut dr th tarn, th buil
na will M trauiacud with tb publlo through agenia
appol ted by 'be Leneel, under euch inlet, regulation,
reatrlotlon and limitation, a aball be prescribed for
weir government. -
TboiO A Rent for th nretent. will esnilat of on Oen
eralAgent. a Treasurer and Beortry, forth Central
OOo of th Luee at Colnmbut; aod ihe ntcaar
number of Superintendent ol Uepair and Oolles or of
Tons oa In (enrol Work mirsca In tb leas .
Th General Agent shall b the prlooiptl nucutfv
offloer of the Leeic, at d ataall hare charg of the gen
ral boilnn 'ffloe at Oolumbu. Be thjll bar auper
Tiilon ovr th bualnis of tb Lnmi with th puollo.
and a uoh ageot rball execnte all oontraote, exoept
uioee ror laoor aoo matsna com eocea Witt tn t rdlna
ry repair of thaiereral Work and he shall audit and
tettl all arwouma. ,
Ths au i of the Truair and Secretary hall b
such a are usually dlichargsd by tlmilar officer. In other
Th Sapertatardents of Bepalrv' shall, on their r
tpeoJn dl ition, ban power to employ and dltnbarg
all ubnrdlnatrs and laborer, and to puroh all tool
and mattrtalt neoary .n lh ordinary repair of mob
division, and theaamr aball Hi under their special di
rection and management.
Tb Collector or Tolls, Water Rents and lines, or
limited lih all the au hortty and power, provided II
the lawe of ihe Bute and tb legulatlon ot th Board
of Publlo Wnrkt mad for '.hit purpose, when inch Col
lect r octod undr appointment and authority from th
No Individual member of tbe Lett shall have the
right to transact business In the nam of lh Lessee,,
with any parson or persoD, In any othir rnann, than
through th appcltted aaeota, unless apaclally authoils
d by tb Le-s.es o to do; nor (hall any on of th ap
pointed gn bae authority to transact any business
In th nam of tb Lessees, exoept Id th particular
braioh of th bosloes oonflded to him, and auhjtct to
th restriction and HmltaUoo of hi gacy.
No authority to borrow money on th credit of th
LetMee, (ball rer exist In any Lease, agent or other
mplo of th Leaaeea. unlets th (am tball b ooo
ferred oy a unanimoa rot of tb Lm. at a rerul.r
meeting, and th amount so uthjrlaed to bt borrowed
speolfled la lh order nd entered on th journal
Oio. W. Uitnnnnr I the Gene al Agent of th
Leu, BmaaiM S. Smith, Ireaiurer, and Jott
Jovcc. tecreury. .
Tb Superintendent oreReptlrS are :
On Ihe M. Ot II Oantl and W. Kr M. Sul.Tm.
uoorn,-inotuMowii, wm. i. Ucssoi and Assxa L.
On in Ohio, Walhondlng and Cocking Canals and th
Muskingum ImproTmnt ttcseax H. No-ut, IboMa
MrtLu, Duuis MoOaatot. Biirssraa Usbbsat and
Tb Oollrctors on the Canals. Husklnsrum tmnrnTO.
mem and Minnie Bead, a re lb auna Una warm L, ih
ervlceof the S ate at tbe time ol tbe execution of th
Lue, but all tbe aforesil t agent b Id their appoint
taenia at th pleaiuie and option nf the Le.nts. . :
" f , 1S.IHT JAHV1S,
JobIPH COOPER, .
WM. J JAuKoON.
. . , ,. . . ARNOLD MEDBBBjV,
THOMAS MOO KB, i
TflOMAS B&OWN, ,
, ..." . Lemte of lbs PaMlo Works.
J M-d3lA3r ' .. '
BTKNB CamtMDEN. ... HINIT T. OHITTXNDIM
' ' " ' ATTORRITS AT.J.AW.
IO" O&oets, 220 Broadwav New" TorV (it. ,n
Putsotts BniLoiae Oolnmbat Ohio. "' '
LO0reful attes tlon paid to Collections . '
pritftdflm ' -
THJQ UNION FOREVER!
Yfasasaii try w Varr m . .
I ""-a jrax-r.)-.A HAH1TI Ut
TOIOH LErTEa Ann won vtwv t
at tial I th price ebarg ad by email dealers. . " '
lCfHBAD tju A BTI Rs No. 75 Booth High tret.
WUIHHIVW m . u, ,cvs. ,
' i At. B1LBX. i
BS, R AO H E D SHEBTINOB ' AN D
BBIBTlHwa, all wMths, of oeliclelnM mak,
aow offarwi la grtet rtritry end at very low eric. ,
- --l-.t.-'U BAIN BOM,
P""- ; ;rew PIB. Wrt.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Oonneotlnf at Orotlla with th PIITSBUBOH, VT.
, - .WATNB kCDIOAQO BAlLllOAD
tb PUttwrai fhlUUWpAia and Baltitnort. Alio
, for Sort Way and OMeogo. '
Connecting at Cleveland with the LABJE BIIOBB BAIL-
- . ROAD V . .
For Dunkirk, Bnrralo, Albany Dos
tons and Sew itorke
' THREE. TRAILS DAILY,
-' EXCBPI BU5DAT,
: rrom Colombo, in connection with Trains on tb
LITTLE mi A ITI I AND COLCHIBCJI
NTOHT IXPBESS.-LtaTe Oolumbu at 3.40 A.M I
will war paweogers at an stations aoutb or usil n,
itop at Delawar. Ashley, Cardlnilnn and Gil-td, nd
at allstatloa north of Gallon, arriving at Olereland
at9:0uA, U., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M Buffalo 4 UP.. M.
Albany S 80 A. U., New York :35 A. U.. Boton8:30
P. M , Plttaburgb via Crestline 3:80 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago vU Omtllne at 7:00 p. M.
SECOND TBAIN. .
NBW YORK XXPHB4s Leaee Columbns at 11:10
a. m. Will atop at Lewi Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs;, uelkWar, uardlngton, ttallon Ureatlloa, enel-
bi.Naw Lo.doo. walllngtoa and Grafton, arrive at
OIviand at 3:3s D. m.i Dunkirk, b:St) e, m., but
falo. 10:23 D m t albanv.' nH5a. ml New Yoik. 1:45
p. m.i Biaton, 4:40 p. m Tbit Train Oonnaouat Shel
by for Sandu'ky, aud at GJaltou lor Toledo, arriving at
xoieao at o:t u p. m.
1 ' . TBIBD TBAIN.
MAIL AND AOROUMOCATION Leave Columbus
at 8.30 p. m. Will Wp at all station Booth of
Shelly, and at New London, rVclllngton, Brafton,
and Bare; arriving t t leeltnd at :3U p m : van
klrk.li:tlOa m.i Buffalo, 3:80 a. m.i Albany, S KO p. m.
NeYork, 7:20 p m.i Beaton. 11:41 p m.J PI tsburgb,
via Ora.tllna.at ll:5Jp. m.i Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m..
Obloago, via Orettllne, d:S a m. Ibis Train eonnMts
at rbelby for Bandusky ana leledo, arriving at Toledo
at aw p. m. :, -i -
Patent 81eepinsr Cars aro ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
- Tork and Boston. ;
Bagaag ChmiluA Through Io S!nt Tork and Bditon
vii uexeana; auo. to rnuaaeipMa ana
Jttv Yorkvi Vnttline.
Nliht Xxnress arrive atOolnmbu at... 11:15 P. M
Cincinnati kxnresa arrival at Oolumbu at 10:30 A. M.
Accommodation Bxpms arrlvtt at Oolambut at
f. M. .
Fftre at JLow b any otner Route,
Ak for TicktUtia Cre$tlinc or Cleveland..
B. B. ILINT. .
''' ' Eupertntendent, Olereland, Ohio.
-ZlJ.-J '', JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
' . ' .Oolumbu, Ohio.
Colnmbtis, Juno 17, 1801.' " ' '
Ohio White Sulphur Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
Tes Fayoritb Resorf xrui be open
for. '.VioHors," . ' ;
" eTXIXXO lO,1061.
ramtrts oisiaixe soadir9 ooawa ths ssok, caa
AOCOMHonarEO at iiddcsD iitn.
FOB E00M3 ORIKF0EMATI0N,
" ' J. A. SWATNIE,
' Lewis Confer P. 0.,DoUwre Co., Ohio,
may S3;dlmo. i
AND Steubenville Short Line
CONNBOTIKO AT BELLAIRS WITB THI
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITB THE "
I0BM1N0 IBB -
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Citiea !
Trains Leave Columbus aa follows
: MORNINO 1XFBBB8 ". ,'
Leaves Coltimbus 1 30 A. 11. from Union Sepnt.
Bellalr or Bteubentl I: arrive at Brllalrs. 10. SO A.
11 Btaubmvlll 19 SO P. M.; Pi Uburgh, i 40 P. U
oarrl.narg. I 10 A. St.: Via AlUnUmt, arrircaat Mw
Tork 8 .00 A. al.; Ma PMaMpAia. anlvea at Pbllo
dalphla, S. 10 A At.) bw tork, 10 30 A. M. Conneot
alio at uarrlabarg for Baltlmor, arriving at 7.45 a. At.
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
FroiD Columbus, ran dlreetly through to Bellalr or
rittioursn wiinont ensnxei auu ru.enneri via Allen
town arm in New Tork at 6 A. 11., . ..
E7TTT0 HOURS IN ADVANCE Of NORTHERN
Thle Train also oouneots at Bellairo with the
. Baltimore aod Ohio Railroad..
t v PITTSBCBOa EXPRESS.
Leaves Columbus 11 US A U , from Onion Depot, via
Steubenvlll; arrlrwat Ntwark. 1150 P al.i Coshoc
ton, 8.15 P. M.; tteubenvtll. I r. H j Pittsburg, 40
P U TTrrbll la til nnl route b which Psjaenrar
en leavClnolontl at 7 A. It., go through to Pitts-
Durn la aayugut. wimoat ansng or carter eity.
. FAST UNA. '
Leave Oolambut 8.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
-'uirj arrire at nara. iu r, al l isnesnue.
I S3 P. II I Rtlltlre 7 55 f. M.I Pli'shnreh, 11.45 P.
11.; Harrlsbarg, 8.00 A. M.i via AU4tovm, ar.lve
at New Tork, 4 P. M l via fUtadetpMa, arrives
Pbl adel bio, 1 10 P. 14. 1 New Tork. 8 P. H. Thl
Train alio eonnect at liarrlsburg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1 P. U. - . v -j .
This Train runs throoeh to Bellalr or Pltttburwlth
oot enang or van. ana lrom. flttebarf thr 1 no
cbang of Oars to fbi aaalphia, or via Ailentown to
new I or tnus ontiing
The odIv Route from Colnnbaa to Baltimore,
rniiaaeipnia, or new xorK.witn only,
one ehange of Cart. . ' ;;
By this Train Pananeers arrlr In New York flr
hour In adranoe of tb Northern lines. -
This Train also sonnaet at Bllair with tb Bsl timer
and Ohio ft. ft. .- -1 ...... , .
CTThls Route Is SO miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ann more toao tuu mue BDorter to
New York, than Northern Line.
Baggage Checked Through ti all im.
poitaut Points East.
'.T-T- ASK SOB TIOKBTi VIA
BELtAIRG OR STEUBENVILLE.
Ticket Good mreje either Itvnte
JNO. W, B 80 WIT, - '
Gen. Tlcktt Agtat Central uhle R. B, "
: I. A. BUTOHINSON, i
Ota. IlcUt Agent BUubeuvlll abort Line J
.... ..- .al
OHIO UaNION loan.
Orrict or tae Cowatawomg or tub Snmne rmp,l ,
. -s OobOaSDS Ohio, fun )0, 189 1. '
rpBI OommMontn of the Slnkln'n rand ef the Stat
a or vnio invite luDaonptiuB u P"F '
Bum to to Loan or iwo uiiik-m or won, asuior.a
d by th oat of tb Oen ral Assembly " To pravid
more ffeotually for th d enee of the SUt sgsiast la
yaaton.puMd tprilSe, 16U;- ".:''
Oerildoatea will b leud In lomiof S100, and np
word, payaole July I. lb8. ol tb Stat Treasury, boar
Ing tnureat at tbrtof 1 percent, par annum, pay
ableieml-annaaPy, aaiby th oat authorising tbe loan
free from loxa'loa. .!-.
BubeoriptioDt will torn Motived at th office of the Com
mUiloiere la tb Oily of Colombo, al each of th sol.
tent bankloa I etl utlonsln tb Btate, and at th vral
noanty Treosorte In the Btate, on til the t ay of
July, 1SN. .
Interest will b scmpatM snd paid from tb date of
tt deposit of th aooay at eithtr of tbe place above
TStUBj Audltorof glate.t
, A. P. B08BUti.rryef Btate.
' JAhlXfl AtUBBAI. Attoraey etneral
jrjIBI AB1RI0AN WATOB OOMPANYj ot Walt-
ham, Mail., beg to call ths attention of the ptbllolo
the following emphatte noommtndatloB ef Waltham
Watches, by tb leading praollcal Wstchmaksrs sad Jw
elers throughout th United Stat. Tat entire list of
elgnatui to It li quit too long forpublloeUooInon
odrcrtlMment; but tb names printad will bereeog-
nliad by those acquainted with th Trad aa being In th
highest degree reipectabl and and Influential. At their
establishments msy always bs found ths gsnulns Watch-
of th Company's manufacture, la gnat variety,
Signatures from many cltlei and towns not fully
resented In thl Hit will appear In a futur edvsr
TO THK PUBLIC
Tb undsrslgMd.pracUoal Walohmskersand dtaltn In
Watch, having bought and sold AmsrlcaaWstcbrS fir
a number of year jut, and having dealt In all klndso f
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, bg to
state that tbey have never dealt In Watches which, ss a
ola, or In Individual Instanos,nsvbeen montatl
factory to UtemMlves or custom, whether In respect f
durability, beauty of Snlth, mathematically correct pre-
portion, accurate compensation and adjustment, r of
fin tim-ktptng retvlU, than those manufactund by
th Waltham Company.
N. I. CRITTENDEN,
u. ,iBnn.ine at uu.,
M WIL'ON UcORIff,
KINO A BROTHER,:
1. T. A I U. KDWABDB,
P. I ALKXANDaB,
JOHN H HOHSB,
W. U. RIOHMOND,
B. D. KAYS,
A. B. QILLSTT,
B. n. LILLBeTON,
J. B OUHRaN,
J. W. BoOWN,
BA8BB A BULMAN,
A. P. BOYNTON,
WM. H. MAYO,
I. NORTH Y,
A. W. rOBO.
J. 11. IOX,
WILLtBD tt BAWLEY,
II, A L. ROSENBERG, .
0 A. BURR AOO.
B. B. KTTENHEIMER A CO.
WM. 8. TAYLOR,
B. R A H. 0. CARPENTER,
BOBKINB A EVANS,
JOHN B 1YES,
J. N. BENNIT,
A, 8. STORM 8.
WM. 8. UOROAN,
J. A. CLARK,
JOUN t. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
L. 0. 0CNNIN9.
W P BINttBaM A CO.,
cbas. a. rBBNoa.
0. A. DKKENrEN,
0. B. BASOOM A CO.,
J. H. 8TANHH
THBJ. t. P10KERINS,
M. B SMITH
A. B Y AN COTT,
H N. BhBRHaN,
W. A. OILBS,
BaM'L BKOWft, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN,
OBO. W. 81EIN,
OBO B. TITUS,
BBOKUAN A XOHE.
E. 1. LAoOBLLE,
J. J. BLAIR,
OKO. W. McOALLA.
VHaMOiB O. rOLAOK,
O. M. ZABN,
P. P" HBLLEB,
B T. HOP MaN,
J. 0. BANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J 0. DOLON,
CHAS. L. VISITER,
B. M.Bt. OLAI t,
B. A A PRTBRSOH,
enoob p. bills,
iibkRY h. James,
t. b. little,
oab80n a brannon,
A. W. FY LB,
V. W. BKirr,
J A A OaKDNEB
W. 0. DEPBICZ.
MAURIOB ot BllNRY
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J T. BOOTT A CO.,
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
M. A. VUUtfiU,
P. W. LEINoKOK,
J. W. HON fOOMEBY,
BKNJ E. COOK,
DEX1EB A UABKIN3,
A' BERT PITTd,
P. W. HAOOMBER,
T. M LAMB,
o. w. rooo.
W. M. BOOT.
JOUN B. BOOTT
WM. KIKKHAM. Jr.,
L.D. ANTHON t A CO.,
TUOMA8 8TBELB A CO..
HEUINQWaY A SrBYENS,
WM BOOB Be A BON,
HanTjrd, . Conn.
: it tt
Nw Bavsn, "
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eaotteH brown, - '
B. 8. HUNiINOiON CO.,
B. A. WOODFORD,
B. D. BALL
JHN L. 8MITB,
JAS. R. AYR! 8.-
L, R. HANDEBeON,
1 KN10UT, , .
0E0. W. DREW A CO.,
B. J. MELLISH,
W. O. 0. WOODBURY,
WU. B MORRILL,
. Bo. Banrlci,
JON AT rJ AM BOoMIB,
N. W. GOU0ARD,
OBA. . BACON, .
r. m. bardison,
TWOMBLY A SMITH," '
MObBS M. SWAN.
BEN BY B.UAM,
ROBERT M RODflS,
BEN BY MoBENNEY.
" Lewis ton,
Bt. Albans, ,
J. T. HOWLAJ.D,
0. 0. WILLIAMS,
G. 8. AG L. BOGIBBi
D I. LU0,
D. o. ball. -
BRINStf AID A BILDKETH,
U. HARD1N4, , -
Ut rninnjizi . .
A. A. MAAD, . ;
H. MCBDOOK, ". '
0. 0. OHILDS,
0. B. HUNTINGTON,
W K. WaLLAOl.
LI ANDES AMADON.
O. e JBNNINOB,
GRBOOR A 00., ,
B. UUVBUtBlitl, ,
A. N. HALL.
BOBABI W1LB3B. ., .
Caotio.-.Ai our Wtch Is now xtndTly ooun tar
tilted by foreign maootactomi, we have to taforsi lh
pnblio that ee watch Is of oar prodootioa wbloh Is aaso
eompanled by a etrtlfloate of gnulonB, bearing the
number ot the watch, and signed by oar Treasursr, B.
t Bobbins, or by r predKassors, Applto, Tracy A
Ber..'-.r!r.V i-: f ; r-.fi 'H
Ag th wstclies are for (ale of Jetlrt gsnsrslly
mmglwal th TTalon, the Am ncaa Watch Compan
do 7ot"eoUII erders for single watob.
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