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KAHTPlOTre KILLER, rnblUBUl.
OEO. W. WA"""""''' Ed,,r
nnt.TTMBUS, OHIO.
wfonesdaY MOayiNUtJUJE26, 1861.
A Strong Government.
The uE government Haa .
, mi. tha el and nnaitnUy wit w4ol
uu.nnJrted by tVe people Whatever ma
be the form of lu administration, a government
it strong or wee, j In proporstca aa aae e
nle fetl an Interest iu it and make It their own
v . - nmM1Hi -nd
Tbt mess oi wot ."' V .
aegraaeo, toe, . a.
JCUJ fHVJ -i -
i long as ihey think their government .the
but a. long a. e, a
' rltSl!
oause. It can never lack power ana mc.uj.
Bat th ireer and the more enlightened the peo-
rr-l
l. are. the greater will bo the strength or tneir
reaterwill bo the ttrengtn oi tnei
if they yield it a cordial and un
government u way j
wavering support.
W.. Americans, believe, that pur government
the beet for us that buman wisdom could hae
. TT. 1ft tllA ItFfr&OT OI DUi
fitWs: we love it, becaale 11 aecuret our
rlghtt and freedom of action a cltiiene af tep
rate Statee, and- at fellow- country men of one
t u1l i,. rmn1r Tt fa not our BTS-
btat fftr-Mda? we feel fn it and tht ar-
fectloa with" wb'cV wo cherish it. WJtn mis
pride and affection, w would be strong, and
without them weak, under any form or system
of eovernment.. ,..--,: -f ' !
The old Articles of Confederation aoswerea
vert well while we were engaged in one single
object, th.hkTement .of our national ind
pendenoe; we wife powertul.Decause unitea ana
oatrlotict but when ludeptuJence was gaiueo
Che Confederate tfi of 1777 was found
umnitad to our nsw conditions we became di
vided and weak: I leVolulloii wat effected peaca
fully, as retolaiion In a fte country enonio
be, bv the will of the peopleYand a "more per
feet union" ws. formed and new constitution-
at ffoveromentestablisbed, . There Wre oppo-
. " L-- Yt-i ..A r-l..u-.in in 17R9.
uema to tan uuiuu a
- i - .innAi ki.t trp.it mul
, ' . .
me peopia were men, tuey u ,m!r
almost unanimous In their love and fidelity
our Unlon-Governmenf; This fidelity and at
tachment made our Government strong, and
our country prosperous. To-day, our people,
excent In some disaffected quarters, let and
understand all this, and desire no change in any
essential feature in our form of government
So far from this, and each is their uncosquera
ble affection, sot for the mere forms of th
Constitution, but for the principles wbloh
embodies, that they are ready 10 pour out their
blood and treasure la Its defense, in order that
they may transmit it unimpaired to their child;
ren, as their fathers bequeathed it to them. '
We mar have a more able Administration)
but a stronger Government, so far at its form
and constitution are concerned, we cannot have-
"Any essential change would fail to secure that
unanimity among tbe people which our present
Coneiiiuiion secures, and failing in tbii, the vi
tal point, the government would be weakened,
and wt should be more exposed both to c'omes
tic insurrection and foreign Invasion.
Tbere is no room for a single' misgiving or
doubt as to tbe streog'b of our Government a
it Is now cooetiiuted, and of Its ability to put
down tbe formidable rebellion that is arrayed
against its authority. Tbe tame unanimity,
fidelity and attachment to tht cause ot their
couutiy pervade tbe mats ol tht people now, as
in the days of tbe revolution. All that Is want
ing is skill, courage and decision ta tbe edmlh
titration of tbe Gova nmeOJ, to wield the re
sources ted direct iteaiglestt great and
mighty people to a final and trlumph&nVvindl
Cation of our Union and liberty,, Xot-botb are
inseparably connected. '. Tba Government ' Is
strong; la tbe strength' and affections of . the
people- Let tbe people's tervanta in power prove
that they have the wisdom to direct, and tbe
ability to use this strength to eeurt the great
soda for which th Government wat created.
A Strong Government. Mr. Crittenden-The Louisville and
Ohio State Journals.
- Tha Vmnifort Yeoman vropbeitt that within month
the Union BapraaentatiT In Coognra will loan tbalr
ta,todtgnaai at too program) of tb Adnlnlaimtl n
Bow forta at tt t bat tb Mcaion eaodidataa bav
bwn oparod iblt tn&Ktloa by being lft at bom. Zeu-
There Is great fear that tba prophecy of tbe
Ysemais will prove too true. tThe Republican
papers bavt already, and with great unanimity,
commenced denouncing them.
Tbe Ohit Sft Journal, tb Republican organ
of Ohio, of tba SSth lost., aaya: 'Crittenden,
an Insidious traitor, It worse because once pal
riotlo and now more dangerous from bit trea-
ton being latent, than tbe blustering JrVux, al
wayt it inspected enemy of tbe Government,"
That paper 'alto tayi of Bill and Carrrc
. ..... . . .
on:
Ibe fatal Afdeaa virus bad entered tb veins- of this
vnrabi pair of tmt. h EmmkUi and tb
Imawm lb ttw of which polaoa, to tb Vigor of
a ircnger s ad tb W Id aappraaalon, but whlen, In
Ibtlrduia nrpowitbaadiBdtraUiraiWrtchtd
ad pltlabla oM traltaia, th oosipanlon of nbelllous
nuaans ana ooaieowrawa iwna vw c""1"'
Wt know that tbt LouitvUl) . Jtmrnai waa a
warm supporter of Mr. CarrrwDiN, and gloried
over bit election. Will our cotemporary of tbt
Jerii let tbW matter right with, the Ohio
Stat Jtnrnal? Tbey both profess to be Union
papere. Wt ceolew, wt bad -tboigbt bettor of
our Kentucky friend than to rejoice, over tht
election of tacb "a wretched and pitiable old
traitor" at tbt Ohio Suit Journal! avert jtfr.
CarmMSiK to beWe feel certain tba LouUville
Jawmaf it too loyal ta tbt Union, to ; favor tbt
election of men who art "tbt companions of re
bellious rufflant and corrfedwrate ti level,' raft
bert and pirates."
Mr. CBrmnoitt In one of those statesmen
- who dlssgrted with tht Ohio State Jettniefia
- itt statement that our Union "it as unnatural
compact." -Mr. Ckittchdi wonld give ,hta
life to tare If, while tbe editor of ..tbe Jturntl
woold give eytry thing Im to break It up. That
ll the differeaeeJ o .' -i '-i-'1 "
Tbere will be a strong effort on tht part of
tbe lrreprei tible Republicans, to fulfill the pre
d.etloni of the Frankfort 7ema ' We bop It
Buy sot be tnccwsfol.
More Help.
Besides tbe Ohio State Journal, we are rtlhtr
pleated to soe that Mr. CoesKsaaiX, tbe State
Librarian, bat rallied to tbe rescue of Gov.
Denmion. If the State Journal and (h State
Library can't tavt tbe Governor la . Republi
can Convection, we moat tend for "Old Gi."
If bt It bere, to tttmp hit foot and tbakt bit
hoary locks in the Convsntlon, be will bring
tbeaa to terme at easy ae he compelled the
Convention to lop' off Judge Swab's bead two
yeara since, and nominate Gholsor.
i i. t r.
,
Tut Ohio Pjchts'in Viaeinu-Som Idea
of tb exposed position of the Ohio oamp way
may bt obtained from tbe fact that five entire
ooatpaniet are i-squlred tot the dally picket I
-mM -. . ' .-.' ! i '' ' 4 " I
. a, i J-:fj t. . mi i ! il r
More Help. Why Should Free Men Deplore the
Loss of the Union?
.
I
villa 0I State Journal make great, profit
sioni of lojaltj sad !orar. tb6 Aajeriois
Union. ' It Is not onlj full of patriotio profes
sions wtlb respect to Itself, bat U hu no hosltn
lion In Imputing disloyalty and treason to those
who bare, under aU circumstance and. trials Is
the past, and who are now, the most stead
fast friends of the Amerloan Union. The im
pudence of that concern in this respect is with
out a parallel and Its deoelt and hypocrisy art
extraordinary, , In View of- the conduct of the
Jowrnal, and Iron the faet that It has niver on
any oooasion, tine It uttered the most ultra
disunion, sentiments, made any explanation or
apology for its course, we deem It proper, to oo-
oaswnaiiy ventilate on. us ...ucr., .u
.It inn to the American Unidn.'in which It asked
Ita reader.. "Why should vtu MM Dtrwu
trc M o. ib. Union t -The authenticity of
---. . disputed, w.1Wrn,by torn. Re-
publicans, and It It denied that tut jturnti
- - 1)taj . M.,.A anr aantlmenta. W
- - " ...
assert that it didi and mora than that, wa tty
ft . Republican editor or polltiolan In Ohio,
..hiked It at that time, or at any other time,
.
rnlenoo.lv Inserted in
" ' r "
the editorial column of the daily Ohio StaU
Journal ofjbe 27 ih of Maroh, 1SC1, at tht time
that Lircoiji had decided to abandon Fort
Sumter to the Rebels. Union men may rely
De wuna in roe- u...j - -
ferred ta Here It 1st
Loss of the Union? [From the O. S. Journal, March 27.]
THE UNION-NOT REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS
-ON TRIAL.
.a
of
'
to
it
The rranmui imprnaion of many of oar owe poopl
.u-. i.nkil.n nr Drmapratio InitltntloDl trt 00 trU!
DtUiattlifll ot lb Anriea Uolon emrriet dowo
Mlk ttt BOt only Mm iniUtuiioDi, bat tb lupu of
&,fitX3Z&
too looKIDg IDieoieiT oawiu mi "w.
. .ir...u nf Dcmoemo for lift. EinooUllj lnti-
ctud ara oar nglba ooojtnt la this autur: ana th
bondon Tlmt buod it expcdlont M toad oat on
of luonok loiter writer! to nport lh prooMdlDp ol
ihottUl. Mr. Bumll, to taporlorln' mtr obJcU
wHitaii brilliant In dooortotlono of triklntenory and
Lb benid imIIUmoI war, wHI, wo emrtnotd. And
batllul taalorlalfor bla florid ptn la tho liKldwilo of
Aaortcan dlMolation. It would t as pruilcablt to
tno tbo muittt deulli of tb progrtuof dlMtM In fbo
SMa.CTiV a"ttaJ)5S
Uto urminauoa In normanont diionloo.. -Artlolta can
b wrlttoa on tb varloua qawtiont losing oat of oar
, traaMa. bat a nra dtaerlption ot toaie trouMti,
I navar.
I v itarUd out by saying ths tattreailon that Duno.
ortln lnaiitatlona ar on trial la this country. U
iuovi. Ho It is It Is a batrogsoeoaa Uolon wblon bu
.na to tha eonntry to ba ptaied on. and wbloh, Jailing
v ptrtiur swosar m no r ut ereainn, la aawr
To s cuuT atlD IU to body which an laaortal aoal
ba warn oat and thrown off, to aek a nw aad nor
laatlng inDnt. Th Drmoeralle Idea la Aawilca ha
outlittdtAtAmtrloan Onion. Taat la all Tbalir.
vtullty. tba coal of tbl Ida. Is stoat to bant treat It
chryaalla laell.ana taking on a. paw itraflnVMUng
on mora rffeotlv vtblol of action will ran thai
aarocr of nowar In (iVllliUiI and Rllnlo a ornda world,
which wa ballav I I -a daalloy aodar HaTn. Pvllrt-
einn and iot Wa mat f xMhtad Dwt) Uart of i
oaoKtry ovr in vnaztxy mp or am waaoiaw torn
root, ot roo. 14tlC4 aneHmwKMitg vM gtaoVf a
erci it a omt of iAou vkrns osiittruAl that ftvvi
dono$i icorking vood to tho ortanmo of (Ad tarU
wovgnmoinwmof aww.- i.i-
- A rigid aaaiya- of Amailoao patrtoHmt dboovert bat
llttl gold. Xh (athaalaun of tb a mat for to Union
la aor or Naa raotl loaa. Ib Union ba baa apoUMo
li'd by polltiatao for tbalr owa Mlaah aggraodlaaoxnt.
ita.ortnauainir raiutng ry. anm M Mia
ino had bdcoio to Inraat It wltb a oartala daan ot aar
enoaaa Bat fracA bu ruoned tb popular heart.
aadlntlUDM to popular nlad, and th ataaaaa
mat tb n.taral (ani trngta .i pnyaical aowrtoa and
tb maaaor of fraodom rnjoyod by oar paopl nodar Ih
Coniiltoiloo. proptrrdintd. ban mada na what wa
ardajifeeM iwdon It la fna labor and fra
tnoaiht that nav mad in Amtrlcaa Union 1 luatrioaa.
and not tb Union wblcb ha aWvalopad thoa fatn of
uanoeroy. Ana now mat tnia Ira uoor ana tnia rat
kaa. throbbing fr thoogbr' ar Hntrommttl td by th
Dnie. ib MbanaaaaMBi will N reaovad. IIwjvui
fiansnfuxto b Baaaclad.' . .
Tba Afrteaoliad peopia of ib Soalh bar pmlplta
trd a Work wnlcb w batter adtanalno cioMmatiMumd
tit UaeUngt f CkHoManitf looutd kov. on long,
oemtmdtd ar Ta Bans or Ta taosu or m Hoava
Ib ooutltcliy wltb tb barsariaat of Urry wblcb tb
lattar bar bad forotd anon tban by iha CdIos baa bw
ooou rnorw Sja'thaiaanaaa rry 7 aar am d MMt hav
bom lArotcn of voluntarily boort tU lap of many
toon- 2k Onto ham dm totMmo roniitr for
rdom. It ltlaiatlon ba all bao In favr of alav
ry, wna icqvlrcd 10 dold dlfferenoga btra thn
aotlffodra. 241 A tAould frt aaarn 2Mi2ora (Aa
lot! of Uo Dmiont -rtparau paamfal rzunoow of tb
Matron ar prcfaabl) to a Union wbich la dlaaatUtaato-
ry to on and 'bleb rt'ardt ib pmarcaaof tb othtr.
Thecroatori or tht Union me& Ih odi of itt rv
viluo dautA af M oroaHon. Xby tboaiht to bgt
baaitby body by aa a natural oroaa batwotn right and
wrong. They thoagbt to prodaooa baraaoaloaa. y
trlcu bole b bKodtna tw., osnfiiettni ayoama (
tudiu rj two alvlliZatloB. How eoald u tspet to
to acfal who all baton la arainai thamt All aa-
ttor taat rreogaia ta ngat at on nun to opprau
aooitwr, ooar or lawrerorabl lot dlaaolnxina. and to
bat extinction waaraboondio raoocnla, tb decraaof
joatloa. And why ahonid th American people tiaas
nop ts wajoj tamaony ryoa ton aaivtnai aoorai
The Loyalty
Member of the Cabinet Questioned!
"Our own correspondent' of tbe Cleveland
afaaVa Republican paper, tayt, In bit Wasb
iogtoo letter of the 22d June: " ' . i-
MJaaa K.'Bamy, th traitor diplomat, tt tns da
elded la not to b rwalitd. On ot tb mtmbars of lb
Oabtrot, Indeed, aaya that Nr. Harrey aa MoMsoth
log wbloh any goad aad loyal oitlaaa might BOt do.' Ood
help oar loyalty If such I the fMW? . . . .
fit doea not name the member of tbt Cabi
net.3 Tbt world should know him, and tbt
people will ' demand he shall be arrested, and
the writ of Aateea corpus shall be intpanrMt '
But worse than that, "Old Aba" net appoint
ed another 'traltor, t'efflc.' Something
most be dose to ttrytnit!! "Our own,?' of tbt
leadV.furthawtSJS:. u.-i ...
'Tbr ta a great daal of Migration among our arny
Mlara bar, at th reatonttoa of th traitor, atajar
tnory of alary land, to th mnlar nrvlc. 3 he act la
not fully uodaratood; altbongh It Is known that Mr.
Lincoln dictated tb appototmrot. It I gratifying to
know that th tenala will have an opportunity of aow
leg tta dlaaparoval of saob a glaring wioar and w
doubt ttty will do It." , g ,, ..-;,n-a.
The "traitor, Major jtomX,"-rand of Mary
land, too! bat beta restored "to the regular
service," and 'It Is kftown hst Mr, Likoolh
dictated the appotntmeht.' , Now.'jiila't that
too bad? Tbere is, however,. one safeguard-
the Senate can reject him! If these charges be
true, it looks like "complicity with the traitors,"
which tbe Republican editors have been talking
about en much. . i n,iiv..uA cji v.--.'
Death of Alexander H. Stephens.
Tbe telegraph report a rumor to tbe effect
that Avtx. H. Stethihs, Vice President of tbe
so called Confederate States, is dead. No par
ticular! are given j but tbe tumor la probably
true. Mr. Snrauie has been la feeble health
for a long time, and hence we credit tht'rumor.
A year ago,"bIi health wai to precarious that
it waa hot thought prudent to nominate blm for
Vice President on the Dooeue ticketwhich
would bara been tbe case had bis" health been
tuob aa to warrant It,,.",, , aj. . I V
John Bull.
We copy in another ooluntn arttolta from tba
London Olob and Ttmot, by tbe lata steamer,
relative to elDlainln "wby It " It ' hecestarv
the EoglUh Government sbonli tsnd relnforoe
anenta to Canada.. Tbe action of the British
Government la al) mattere pertaining to this
continent will be observed w(ch Jreat Interest
and jealooeyt , H,a -teu,j.V ,-l i,i'.
Joba Bull would do jntt ae well to' keep his
tsooa ent of onr affalra. 'we have a bio
"rata" on hitnds and 'Just handA enough , to
work it. -. ; , .1 (i '.f t:n r.'v.i'Jii
3. ' . ' i. i I
D Many of the Republican papers gof for
breaking np political pi r ties, 1 That fi fight to
far as tbey are concerned. If we. belonged to
their party and witnessed tbernlait hatbfonghi
tpon tbt oonntry, e ibooldojfor breaking Bp
the oonoera rery quick,, Tbey show true patriot
lam bv this move.' i ' " ',"
Jala the Dsatjcrscy ajid lay "tht -fiepubllcan
Marfw wane nfrAnd laft aan.99 . .....
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[From the London Globe.]
Canadian Reinforcements.
For the dae proteotfon ofeur ibteresta. lu
Canada during the Amerloan crisis, tha Gov
erametil bat tome ta the roeolation of making
an iucrease to .our preeent exeeedlagly small
taliitarv loroeu mat ooiouv. One re.imaot
the Forty seventh has been under orders for
the last fortnight, and it will embark from Ire
land during tbe present" week.. Two others
tht Thirteenth, and tbe fourth Battalion of tbe
Sixtieth .Rifles, acoompanied by a Battery 'of
Artillorv from Aidenthott. will be diloatcnea
In the course of a few days. Tbt aot of tbe
Government in sending out thii gmall military
reinfoteemeut to British North America,' is
simply out af those measures of prudence which
it would oe loexousanie recklessness to neglect.
It is ouite possible that in tha present captious
frame of mind of some of our transatlantic
frlendi it may bt misrepresented, and held forth
at a political demonstration. . It it bt thus rep
resented, wt shall be sorry, but wt oannot help it,
Wceo proxmuM artut, it g nun time to see that
our own fire brigtdeli on a proper footing)' and if
we were to forego tuch a necessary precaution
it woold be but a sacrifice of wisdom , at the
shrine of false deljoacy a neglect of our own
Interests in order to propitiate a jealous suscep
tibility to which wefe in no respect called upon
to succumb ( We are now simply about to make
our Canadian garrisons as strong as they were
ten yean ago,.' 'Jfeiore tbe Urimean war tne
army wai 'mueh more scattered than at pre
sent : tbere wai no Alderehott; no Curragb
no Sborncliffe cam a. Regiments were spread
about tbe United Kingdom and the colonies
attar a lasnion we nave noi lately witnesses
Since ; we began to make our regular army a
body of skilled soldiers, we have adopted the
theory of leaving the uual military ttattoos
with but skeleton garrisons, and of retaining at
headquarters, as it Were, a large body of troops
ready to be teat to any quarter in Which events
of tbe ordinary run might render the presence of
a proper force advisable. ' In tending out three
regimeuU of Infantry and a small detachment
of artillery to Uaoada, we are only augmenting
tht garrison of tliat Colony to as to make it like
wbatit wai under tbe old system, in addition
to tha Royal Canadian Regiment tome, four or
live battalions or tne line were always quarter
ed In Canada before the. outbreak of tha war
with Russia.' At the present moment there is
but one battalion of tbe line In til Canada, and
in tending three' more there1 wt merely restore
tor tbt moment tbe establishment which It wsi
deemed necessary to maintain In other times,
la tbost days wt bad . England and Ireland and
moat of our colonial possessions properly occu
pied to e military sense. We gafe thit up in
order to form at noma an emclent army or re
serve, from which to take, what soldiers we
wanted whenever we might consider it neceesa
rv to resume our nroper footing in any depend
eucy where there sbould be reason to anticipate
more than ordinary trouble or excitement'. We
thus make tbt military force of Canada equal
to what It wat before we adopted tbt plan or de
ouding-onr out-statlona for the purpose' of
maintaining a respectaoie rorce at a nucleus
at headquarters. - If - this ' explanation, be
necessary, we trust it will also-. be sufflalent,
and that we shall have-no Unreasonable
complaints about a ttep taken so - palpably la
defense or our interests only... in tneir union
and strength the United States bavt always re
oeived from tbe present generation oi English
statesmen, and from tbe fciigll b sublic.
Urges-amount of oonB.Jeoce and frlerd-hip,
tban any otber luretgo power. " It is not our
fault if it hat not need Invariably reciprocated
In their hour of difficulty and trial,- tbey 1 will
receive from us the tame consideration and good
feeling.! , Wt should be sorry If Abe ttep now
taken by tbe Government were mitMoetrtwd
in to a variation from tbts course. No one wbo
is not either miacbierous or Incapable of eober
reflection, oa torture It Into a political move
ment, much lest - a hostile demonstration.-1 ; A
diatuibaoc round the corner is a good reason
for having- a poliotmaa in the street. An ua
settled state of things across a frontier makes
a similar ttep advisable In the ease of Canada,
i.d this alsnply and aolely ta an the Ministry
-''
[From the London Times.]
, Half tbe North Amerloan Continent pertains
to the bVltlsb Crown, and this dependency, to
rati aad to valuable, lies on the bordert ol a
powjtrfol and aggressive Republic. Tbe people
of tbe United Siatee have often amnaed them
selves with talk about the appropriation of
Canada and have elevated low a "doctrine '
tbe theory that the whole Continent Is theirs by
destiny, and teat, though foreign claims may be
allowed to die out, soey mutt never receive any
fresh. ootSxmadoo or extension. 1 Uoder these
Circumstance,' it. might' be fancied ibat our
border would-be bristling with btyonett, ard
that a colony to neaitny- a 'Well as to im
mense would ' absorb an army -of Itself
Very different le tbe truth of tbe case. - The
entire I arritoo of Canada might be packed In a
couple of steamers.' 'A- good ball of all the
troops Quartered m tbe province might ba com-
fortiy accommodated in the Wellington Bar
rack a. There are some 3,000 in Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick, bat If every soldier1 were
taken from every North Amerloan etatton, and
ibt whole force we paraded la a rnaae, it would
barely exceed 6.1'OOmen.' One tf these eta-
tioosla Newloundlaod. Tbe last mails have
Informed ns that even Newfoundland baa lit,
bablUtiee to political dlatubanoe. Eleoiloo
riott have taken place tbere, and "tbe troop
have beesi called oak ae In former day tbey
used to be at borne. What wat tbw uuiter of
Ibt garritoa In tbe hoar of need we do not know,
but ia Maroh, 185,ttnlsted, for all the dis
trict of the lalanal. of 199 soldiers and one gun
ner. How ski artilleryman came to be Isolated,
or what description of piece be waa expected tcH
aaanaee, we cannot pretend to antem but we
have now to announce that, In consequence of
events which hsve convulsed the American Be
pubho, and arrayed th millions of th North
against tb million ot tbt South, it hat been de
termined to Teinloree the garrison of Canada
with a brigade of British Infantry. Of course,
there it no calculation of forces In tbt matter,
tt hat beta thought that If all America ihoulri
fly to arms, marauding parila might possibly,
-la tbe beat of national effrvttcnot,( twarm
here and thereover our border, and therefore the
meet exposed point of out lake frontiers -will
be provided by these meant with a fw compa
nies of troops for tatlr protection, , ,. .
. Ckrrroa. The New York Tribun of tbe 3ith
itwtS' i " . ;y...) A .t's ': y,:- ..t
"If Is esUmated that there' ar from twenty
seven to twenty-eight hundred cotton factories
itt Great Britain j tbat the whole Value of tht
manufacture for the pest vear wat not less tban
76,000,000, or $375,000,000, and that the nam
ber of persona employed therein can not be
much less than 400.000, about oot sixth cl
whom are children, or very young persons. Tht
supply of cotton to meet tbe demand of this im
portant branch of Commerce wat, in' I860)
5,366,636 bales, of which 8.660,843 bales earn
from tbe United States. The bare ttafement
ol these statistic are enough to thow tbt Im
portance of thle cotton question to the British
people and Government."- J " -1 ; ' ;'J
J The bare statement la enough to show it is of
seat importance to the oountry that produces
and sells it, at wall ae tor those who mtnufae-
tare.
-t ..UwV' t'iit.i liJu.'.v'l'NU'
' CogOTATi Taoort Tbe Iew York lU
as of Ue S4th tayii "Tbe 'Confederates' can
not bart leas than two hundred thou and men
la arms to-Uy, of wborn' over' jn)' hundred
thoussnd eonfroot tbe Union Volunteer on the
'tacred toirof Virginia." -i i-om a:!o
This It pretty near at. many at the, majority
that TOted against Lmoote for President. - -
. . ..... - . i u.
DrsriSATg AttiKit o Conviort to Eacarg
A letter to tbe 8t Louis Republican eays that
tha convicts la the stale renitentlary at JelFsr
son City, Mlssoori; mad a desperate attempt to
ceoapeon theiem instaati -
1 " They bad all dined together aa ntaal in tht
nail, ana were eooa to conaaoteo k, taeir
respective cell by the guards, when, by some
prevlonsly ooneeiried plan, they rushed upon the
r . . , . . l. j A . i . ' . rrt,
latter ana oompieneiy tumrava wiwu. tuoy
than tionred oat Into tbe prison yard and com
menced breaking a bole lnJth will, when tbey"
a ere discovered by tbe aoidiert stationed witn
ont. whd instaati -gave tht alarm. J In less
than tea -minutes four eompaniee -of United
State troops bad arrived at the spot.' Tbey
anoomoasaed tbe Or lcm, scaled ihe'waltt; and
abet down on of Vie eonvlcw who wat about to
fovea himself through the bole. ' After which
tbey were all driven back al the' point ff tbe
bayonet Into their eslls aad tecared,, lxo one'
mmmAH . i atbj.n !.-.. w,4 i'K
vlrr '.A .j, ... KiJa'-r i.l cl -M coUAiactr:
t; uim -wii4io t-a up o4 i'-;njiijB9tt4l
Union Party.
Wa nnrlaritAnd thara ta a mavainnt
On foot
and a call being nrlvatelv circulated for A.Stata I
Convention ur the purpose of nominating
Union ttctei tor otete cmoen, witnoubj
to previous party associations to form
party unencumbered with platfofmt'or nrincl.
pies, to nt run tor tbe exoiusiveoeneat ot tnose
who take tht trouble xf getting it up,, Such a
party weald be convenient ref uge for decayed
poliriolans wbo have fllof tuscewororrtlived
thea-influence la titfrtf of tb old parties.! The
Keaunnoan 'oreameahon nrovea a wod-sena so
many of this class, tnd others profiting by their
etBerieeeer-hopt for eomethtng to turn up
tbeir advantace in a new deal
f Beyond these considerations we know of no
object to be gained by this new organlxstlon.
Thereli nothing la tbe argument tbat parties
should be ignored during tbe wtr. Wt cannot
coooievt bow the war ll to be embarrassed by
our civil elections. Democrats, though In a mi
nority In this State, have been as xeslous, as
faithful and at patriotic' in rallying to tha de
fense of the country aiiboogh they had the'efK
lire ..control ana direction or the war, ana no
party changes In. tht State .would mak,e.tham
more so, 1 But there are civil' dalle to be per
formed and responsibilities to be answered for
In tbe State; our rihta, our -la tar eats, eadr-it
may- be, our constitutional liberties, are to be
guarded (nd protected at home. . It .there it to
be but one ,prty, without policy or political
principles, who shall say in what manner our
government is to be administered! Who la to
bold our State offlcera to account for their offi
cial acta? Who will volunteer to expose tbe
malfeasance, peculation, or Improvldenoel Par
ties are at all timet necessary restraints upon
tbe government, and -never "bore to than 'In
times ot excitement and semi-anarcny iixe tne
nreaen.
ll won a os a conVAniant suotcriuee lor in
party now In control of tbe State to shuffle off
their responsibilities upon a new party; it would
be like a general amnesty or bankrupt law.
But we do not propose to let them so escape
the constqnences of the most disgraceful and
reckless management that ever cursed a State.
There is a Democratic oartr in tbt State; a
nartv nledged bv its history as well aa itt proles
lions, to maintain the constitution and tht Uwk;
a party wbich bat fought all the battle or tbt
country, and though olted defeated, wat never
conquered. Tbat party would bt falsa.to itt in
legrity and to.'dH himery, Jq disband nt a a
lima of trouble and danger wbefi a return to itt
principles' can alone preserve our Government
and tbe liberties of the oeonleCr Nos let polM-
oiana and time-servers do me they will, tbe
Demooratio Party must and shall be maintain-
edlt sprung into existence with the Union,
and t will onliJie with tbeJJaloo
regati
la new
prloai.ljl'nion.
Important from Mesilla.
The Mestlla Timet of. Miy lijss".tbe fol
lowing important news:
.-. An express reaohsd Metllla on tbe eveolng-of
tbeOoD, iron the western vivisionoi tneuver
land Mall route, bringing most aoDalllog Intel 11
genoe and details of recens Indian outrage in
tha nelehborhood of Steln't Peak. Arixona
Cadhpse, who wis reported to have been killed
in Sooore-, has returned to the oeeotl of bit
former operations, determined towage war to
tbe kulfe.
j Mine men are missing, and it It feared havt
all been massscreed, although tbere exists a hop
tbst some of them may be retained aa priso
ners Tbe lavages innicted- en tome oronev
victims a horribld torture, and exhibited a re
finement of cruelty unparalleled in tbe -cata
.logo of Iodiau barbariiiet. t From tbt express
man, Mr, Price, wt gather the following par
tlcularsi 'o .:-;-.r. p y ' ""
A provision wagon left Tsakt' SUtlory on
April 23d, Edward Donnelly and Patrick Doa-
agbut in charge, to get a loaa or neur at ine oan
Clmone Station. Tbey started on ibelr return,
but never reached tbe Tanks. -Two. of-tb
mules wblcb left in tbt coach returned to tbe
Tanks' Station badly bruised, and had evldeol-
v been In a sever struggle ,r TWa Qtraum-
stanct aroused tbe suspicion of all, and our lo
rormanf went tbe neit day to Fort McLane andT
.n..j r r,.n i ii.,ii..k,li
applied for an escort of troops to investigate tbe
matter'. - - A lientenanat and. tlsiestunen .were
diapttchedi wbo, on Monday, teat; Btein's feak
met a tram of W. 9. Grant, army .oontraotor,
wbo cave them In ror mat ion of tbeir having a
light with Cbecu.se and bit braves, and coiifir'-
mailon or tbe tears tnai tne coacm naa ouen
oaptnred by tbe Iudlaus at or near Doubtful
rass.' ine train na oeea attacien toe .oav
previous, ten miles east of the Ban Clmone
dtatioo; tbe mnlee bad been stampeded; a run
ning light occurred in purtait of the Indiana, la
which oae Indian Wat tinea ass .two mortally
wounded, and all th tnulee bat eighteen re
covered. . ,
The train reached Steln't Peak abont dark
Tbey found scattered along tbe ravine newspa
pers and otber mail matter, pleCet -of harness,
eta. - Tne root of tbe station (waioo wat tome
timetlnoe abandoned) bad been burnt,-tne or
ral wall bad been thrown down,- end tbe IndlarJs
bad lormed a ' breaatwoik ef ;lt arpund ttbe
eorln. Near the atatioo the bodies ortwo men
were fonnd, tied by the leet to trees, taeirneaas
reaoblng wltbln eighteen inches oi ine grouna,
their una extended and fastened to nickel,
and the evldeocee of a tlow Are undo tbalr
haarla. Thai, bodlee had been Dleroed with er
rowt and laooett "Tbey were a disfigdred as
to reader recognition impossible. Tbey. were
burled by the employee of the train. - Fearing
an attack iiom tbe -Indians, tbe train waa Im
mediately pushed abesd in tbe night, without
being able to make further examinations
Gen. Pillow Proclaims all Northern
Property Confiscated.
: The Mempbis Bulletin' ot Satavday eontatni
tne loiiowmg. 11
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 20.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY
MEMPHIS, June 21st, 1861.
All merchanta, brokers,, aod -other,- jet-tan
owingaiiegtsooe to tne otste oi 1 enneeeee, and
all banks in the State having on deootite bal
ances, or on binds balancea of Specie, blllt of
exonange, notes, or giner rnnoa, or inset la
action for collection) and belonging to tbe ene
mies ot Tennessee, are, by a lW-Pf thuStatoi
Legislature or the Stale, ana by.tbe lawi ol
fAr, due t? the 8ute, and are , hereby deolared
scUed and econeatereil. In reprisal for illeeal
seitore by the people and Government of tbe
norttw- All (Haiti la tbe state are required .to
state what amount of thelrstockUowaei.br
the enemies of the Bute, or by persona who
live ta states at war wltb Tennessee.
1 Merchant; brokers, bankert.'and Others' so
Indebted to onr enemies, are required to repont-
to the Aojuteat-uenerai't omce or the Watotv
General commanding the amount of such indebt-
efnsM, deposits, balancee, dividends In Stock,
stock owned, eto4 ana in tne meantime are or
dered not to pay over the tame to otber than
tbe State of Tennessee.' : ri
' Tbl report Is required to be made by 'lbs
-- " "
MAJ. GEN. PILLOW.
DANIEL S. DONELSON, Adj. Gen.
Tbe following from tbe Charleston Courier oi
Saturday last, shows tht that pnrt la ""yf-
faotoaiiy oiockadeai r ... r f ,..'.,
auw wwa-irinie ui var unruur wat qune an
objeel of Interest among onr oitlient Yesterday.
there being in tight of our wrt.'ltTO tlraeTno
leas tnaa lour armed resseit. Inuring tbe day
a party went dowa la the ateamer Cbsrlettou,
and approacbed tbem a near ae evadenee would
dlotate. Of tbe four vesteleoS the port One of
them u toe Minnesota, wnicn naa beea off tbs
place over a weeki near ber was a Jarge steam-
irigate, apparently of tat first elate, and aa teea
about three mtlei off, a much more tightly re
eel tbsn the MinnesotaIf not tbe Wabasu.ahe
it to doubt the Roanoke or Colorado,. .Tbt two
frigatea were anebored quite near each otber,
and apparently expect to atay for a time.' Tha
( other two vessels seen In- the morning were
steamships Of abont 600 or 1000 tons, and were
both veseelt tbat had been merchantmen; but
are new pari or Unooin's provisional fores.;
. - . -VwaaaBiiaaaaaawawaBWABBm . A , 1
D" The Cincinnati Prat, la te arUole dedi
cated to Mr, CatTTXitOkR, taytt.. ; ; f , ,
- tta It probably tht wont man tbat Kentucky
oubiw naw ut to tvoncress oooer toe ciroum
tiMa"'
whaf. 'a, tba name of common sense bare the
tV' tt,i L . . . .
nepuDiiaani eeen mstingincn louanuxxtt overt
Mx. CarmnpiN't election for, if be is suoh
"wortt man? No man doubtt the loyalty of
cairrxsipxH, who it not a diiunlonlst.at bsarU
Orf 'tot HaTTI "Yh Chloaeo Jooraal'savwr
"Foriy-serea colored persoae ' from 1 Canada
West ttarted for Btyti a few days tgo.i Tbey
left this chy oa the proftUef- UUaola tit Caf
:.:id ei.t ,kcsv;ia!
-.t: n.ht rtv?a n ,.k
tarNttle conteqeeneeu -"
D"The Lexington Stausman, Which pro-
"a to love the union no longer nss nQt'
been able to Impress U hate upon the tioodj
'rplt of Franklin county.; donor to the aoblel
9'4 Democrau tnd Wbiga who stood shoulder tb
, der in tb fight for Crittenden, and the
LeulseiWt JouraLr
GeneralI)Avla.jrur8ked..,What if von
should be-defeated -at Manssmr Junction,' or
wherever else yoe have rssolved to make a
desperate .stand aivinkt. invasion?' ad4 be re
plied, 'There will be so- few of us left after
such a reiretttihat the rest will be a mattes-of
Lost m ran Laxc. The Cbioago Tribune
lays: " 1 here it every reason to tear tbat
Cantaln ! Mattland, of , thit city, who ttarted
with O., Stetson about three weekt tinoc in a
tail boat, for. Michigan City, bat . been lost
wltb bit comrade. rortious or tbt boat nave
beenfodnd." ' . ' .' ,.,. ., ,.',..., t.
I ' ' . : :r
Tbe United States, might, for all the world
i .i ... i .
xntw, nave nan wooaen guns,, woouea onus,
wooden twordu', nd paper rampart for a oentu
ry to come, TiTot a nation in tbe world would
have attacked, hot London ZVneM) ', ,
Wood's Hair Restorative.
We are oot in the habit of puffing every new
discovery, for nine cases .out of ten they are
quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure In
recommending rroiessor woon't. article so ait
Whose balr Is falling off, or turning grey. Our
well known Contributor, Finley Johnson, Esq.,
has experienced the benefit, of , its application,
and Joint with us in speaking of Its virtues. Let
all try it-HAd bald beads will be as rare tisnow
In Bumraer. xfammor jraitM. , ;
NEV'i ADVERTISEMENTS.
Matter Commissioner's Sale.
'(fHsnr'C. SoMel . " '
va. i; . Court of Common Plea. '
John 1. tlptou tt al.)
nTTIUrOB OF AN ORDER OF RALE
Dlaauad from tb Oonrt of Common Plaaa of Franklin
County, Ohio, I will Agar tor aalt at tb door of th
Comt Uoa,'ln tbacltyflrooluntbu, ublo, ea 'J
Saturday, the 27 th day of July, A.D. 1861
at ow-tdock P. M,,1HrollowlrjgatoT!oaa real eauts
ibaet In ith ronnty of f raoblln and iwt of Ohio, to
Wl Lota Ko. &S and 50 la JfhtWa Addition to Uw oliy
of Oulombui, Ohio
Annrald at
Lot Mo. St lOOO. i ,c 9, W.BTJIFJfAS. Stiertff, .'
" " 80, $400. j Ir ani lltr OommlsllonarV
JonaS-WlidA.w. ..: ,.i . .... . r t::..--;.
. rlnt.rf.e.3.00. Ia ' ' '
rf r a
SMmt. Commissidner'a Sale. (
JoMpb B. Bytsttrs 'ti. C', ) '
rttsrs ti.i i ...j..-. -
. Buperlor Court
UstaUV - ' .
V. S Tl.'.n.ll , .t ' ... 1
t v,. ' Hunennr iionri.
IT VIRTUE OF Art OttPER OF 8 AXE
D to ir diraotad, from tb t toptrlov Oonrt- of
franklin Bounty, Ohio, I arlll offer for aal attb door
of th Court Boun, In th ally of Colombo. O.,oo
oaturuay, amy wku, a, v- icui, .
st on o'clock. P.nCth following derlbd real estate,
attuat In thecouoty of Franklin, and Btat of Ohio, to
wit: - TbS Bouih half of tb N. B. quartw of seotlon S3,
towotnip 1 1, taot i, unlteu stateeMiiiury una, eon
talnlng (Ighty aorea.- i '-' ' - -
AppraUed at SSS OOperaor. - ,
' ,"- ;"o. W.HTJFMAPr,8hrtff.
I -I I ;iV l and Master. Commlarloner. '
Jun8fJ-41tkwtd -r !H.y. . - - '
Brwter'i feet 93,M'f A, ?H ,.-' .'i
SUPPLIES FOR THE OHIO
PENITENTIARY.
I
I OrriOB OHIO rJErflTKClTlAnT,
- i. -: I ;.-! .i. OoUJoa,Janl, lfiOI. J '
SB ALSO PROPOSAL WILL BB RBOIITID AT
tb oujc until tb 9X day ef JUIy, for iurnlahlng
th Institution with ... (.,. , , J .
" ' 2.000 Ponnda Fresb Beef -Per
wrk. delivered In tb four quarter, nob week. In
equal pmpor loaa, on Mondays, Wedoraday and Fri
day, framjuly 7ib.l8fll, to tb 80th day of Beeembtr,
1601. j ... . 4" r
' TX SajOOO Pounde OOrned Beef
Pci' week, from Jn'y 7th to Pecember C0:h. 1601,' Ta
Bef b of gaud e.iutjr, clear af knuokl. bone and
"'- ' . . 'v,;' ...
Tb quantity (6 b (screwed or diminished ai the War
den my dire t.
Abtta Bid will be received at tb same date, and fa
ih ears i hue, (of til ler, rough and lalt graaa of tin
Inatliatlont '
a H bid will b oonSilertd nnlra aatiifactory turlt
tor th faithful parloraaaaes et th nun aceompaal
each bid. , ,...-
No bliia win be received aooa.ue day of lettlnr.
vH, Vaatva. , i -.4 u.i . ..-.; J.: -
. H. B, Pamoim, Director. - , v. .,
I . JOHN A. tRENIICB, Warden.
JeadSw n . . ...o ,
..;Army'''r";;-,;: .
Clothing for Ohio Troops.
Sbalbh!pbopo3ali vrcii iz xeocivcd at
the office of A D. Bullcck. Ho. U Wcat 80 md
at.eat, Clnotnnaii, and at tba Q,uartnauir GoMral'a
omca atuoiuraao, inn ia aa. or BAiuaurAl, rfune
vu lost., tor tasroiwwiog mppiKc
-Tl 000 Buohttlon Overooat. all-wool akv blna Kana
c4 0uoheralauon Frock Coat, all-wool, heavy dark
' blu cloth; - ft :-,-!.,, .. .t . ... ... r u
4,0uo BeaUitoa pairs Trowssrs, all-wool, sky-bla
800 KejhUtloh Cavalry Jackals, beery, dark bios
ctoioil . , .
.. 500 Brjhtlatlon Cavalry , Trowaer. all wool, dark.
tilna Kra. Mtnf.NwAilnHMari.tti.
'. bO Regulation Artillery Jaoketa, aii-wool, heavy
vaatsb aeaaaay vswvtli ....
' v . soo ReguiaUoB ArtUlsry Trewasrs, all-wool, dark-
. "blue Karaev: . -. '
"1.00U tugtilaiwn Overcoat f r' monnted men, . aky-
UIU, MI1ft - , - . .
IO.iXiO Palm herniation Bocks; - ' ' ' " --9.00(1
rthlne vray mixed, - '
1 S.bOOpalra Drawer, tray union;
6,000 pairs Bhoea, peintd ar eewid.
- All th above art reqalrad to b of material aad style
wrmpumun ia Try rcsoi w to Blal Army Segu
latlon. .... -.... ' - .. i , ......
Haaipl pstttrna of ch artlel will be faratahsd by
ths But, nd may bt en on and after the BSth lnat., at
tur caw m vinoinoaii, ana at in yr1Tnnattr flCD
erat'a offloa In Oolumba. -
- Btda muat be mad aeparately for each article, tbe um
to b Indoraad oa onrelope. j
Tor all eceepted bid th parti will h requited to
niii, a, uia aoau, oi unto, wim aunctenl Menrlty,
or th fkKhrul nerforataaoa of tba aoatraM, Arwt
cm f failure In th Um ef delivery or la the quality of
th artlele,, th state naerrc tha.rlgbt to pruoar
Hjvai ,p,uinii in ezpeu oi to oootraotor. ...
- Payment to b mad at Ih pita, or of th Btat with
m Binary aiyi.rram to completion of eootraeU. -,AU
aruoieeanau oTwaojact to lnaneouon bator Ming re
oetred by th State. . ... . f
Delivery t be mad at Colrrmbur en quarter wlthlo
tan day from date of contraot, and to b ooopletrd
within thirty nay,- at the -rat eT ono fourtE ot whsl
aatoant In Mch week tnereaftsr t u.iii,. .j
ft bida for lesa than fire Suidril cite of any n
artlel will be oonaldered- v T ,r f. ' -, T "
- Oh manuaoturaU food wflj hi referred.. " :u:
,'" " , I v- r- ntivKlrtQHAlnl
l"K Ml 'J'()rU tOZKB. WBITTIB8VTI
it Arm Clothing OommiiroBr for tbl Btat of Ohio.
Efegant lriceTEMtUla&
t s u.taxw . ti? DON.
f-rt
I r
it
JXOa Soutli High St.,
H W op,n an invoice '(yf very iargt aad
PUSHER, FRENCH, AnSCHANTILLA
" LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
,WaDS-?rencit Laces' ToRVfSiUwi5.;:
very veep rrencn riounclng iracet. - .or."
Real Thread, Frenob, Cbantilla Qenevese
9y ol .
Talencienue, ?oiat M I QutftfiiitoU
-. ana inreaaLaow ad Collan,:;
VALENCIENE3 TRIMMED H'DKFS', . '
MALTESE LACB'COLLARS fic'SETS,
LINEN. COLLARS' fr CUFFrl. -?'
, . . .In near Shapet)
PAPER. COLLARS & .CUFFS, -'.i,:
X'JCA UK UCSU Aitl X ZJQ
Travoliufr J)resa Gobda.
AtOUMBIQTJIB, POPU1ia.titPRS1Rl)' jf)lCKI,
rti,a.!, ruin fa- uwevnts, , .j . tt ., ,
ItATXUtAB, BgOCQB 7AIINCIA(, 40. tic.
. r JhS beat snd most faablwabl ityle In tb eity,
Sf.lCiUAia tt ton, , .b
) oia igbBirt.
ITIUtl CHITTXHDM. , , , tTglftV T. CSrTTgHCIg
ft! Hp T. CHITTENDEM, tn
it fi : r ATT0ESET8 ATtAvT. H '1 Ia
iL viuoaa. xtaie nroaatnv at va,
aaaoaa' Borunwa, Oolambo. Ohio. A . -I
ff4
rrrOarerolatUntlofipald toCOTaas, xlkTS i
apfiiftm, ! tvyy;:;;;t,,M;TT' A
rl)rrAlIlJ. ; ,M mu,, BAM ,vBOh
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
! BAIN & SO WWi
'
3
y
JIo.j29 aioath High. Street, Columbus,
A sa now oniRioa
XX.
S000 yarae Xitvatlnf Sreas flood! at8X,ala
Ma.---f .' ;"- -.m
8500 yard TraTellnr Dm OoooTTtt H5f ."Vams 80 Ctl.
9000 yarda Snllab Uerase at UK, value 83 oenla..
low yarda Vranon urganatea a ij, raiue xu oenia, :
00o yarda Faat Colored Lawn at 10. valu 15 cent,.
ivuuytraa roniar uraa eiiaeat n, tiiuoou ceaia.
1.1( 0 yard Bnper Plata Blaek Bilk at a 100. Jala $15.
EoUaof Or,aidl Bang, and BngUah Baaageyatone.
l ..: .t. i nam aa ovn,
j59 t
S9 South Tilth street..
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
ijKlaalaJlawLawl
RAILROAD.
OocnSetlniatCrasUuit-wiUi the JIIISBUBOn, FT.
' I WATN1 CH10AQ0 RAILROAD
ibr Pitttiurah, fMladtloUa and SaUimor. , Mio
I T forJbrt Warn and Chieaao.
Oonnectlni at Olsvelsnd with Ih LAKI BHORB BAIL-
' ' BOAS' ' '
For Vnuklrk, ftnt falo,' Albany-, Bos-
: ion, ruu new i. .
; : tHEEE TRAINS DAILY, . '
Vpahi flnhimhha. la aanMMrtlna with TralnaaH tha
LlTTtE" 'WlIAirit JAID COs,VlTIBJ9
AND XUN1A BAILUUAUS. .
1IRBT TRAIN.
Slant EZP&BBB. Leave Columbntst3.40'i,af
wtn Imm nuaanffara at alt atatlooa aoath of Gallon.
atop at Palawan, Aahly, Cardlngtoa and Gllrad, and
at all atattons north of Gallon, arriving at Olavaland
at 9: 00 A, H., Dnnklrkl:00 P. M . Buffalo 4:SSP. M.
Albany 1 A. U., New xork o; A. m.. noatonx:ju
p. 11.. Pltubnreh Tit CreatlinS 3;SO P. M . Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago VU OrtllBat7ilO P. U.
1 BIOOND TRAIN.
BNIW YORK EXPRESS Leafe Columbua St ll.Jo
a. at. Will atop at Lewi Centre, (ror, Whit Bnlphur
Bprlngi), Ddawsr. Gardlngtoa, Gallon. CreatUue.Bhel
by, Maw London. Wellington and-Grafton, arrive
OIVlna at 9:93 p. m.; vunaira, c:au p. m.i uui
falo, 10:S5 p. m l Albany, 8H5a. m l NewToik, 1:46
u. a,.: Beaton: 4:40 D. m. Tbli Train OonnacUat Bhal-
byforBandnky,and at Giaftpafer Toledo, arriving
Toledo al e;v p. m.
MAIL ANfJ AOCOUMODATION-UaTe' OolUmbus
at S 30 p. m. - Will stop at all stations South
Shelby, and at Mew London, Wellington, a ration,
and Bare; arriving at Olevtland at P:!M p. m i Dun
kirk, 00 . m. Buffalo, (SO a . m . Albany, -SO p. m.
NwTrk,7S0p.m. Boaton, 11:45 p m. Pl'tiburgb,
riaCrtlln.t llJp. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Ohtoago, aOrKlloe,:4Ja.m. Thl -Train eonneot
st fbelby for eaadnaky aad Toledo, arriving at Toledo
aiBiUp.m.
Futoni Sleeping , Cars are ran on all
sign Trains to cnicsgo, new ,
- zorjc anoiJosion.
Sanaa OKtdud Through to to York ani Bolton
rla arland:a!o,toJ'AladelpAiaand
i JV'iu lurxota vntutn.
-RETORNINO. "; ' V
Klcht Izptets srrfve atOolumbna at... Ill 15 P. M.
r uiBOinaatl sxprwaarnTeaiuoiiunou.iiw.v.
Aocoauaodatloa Bxpras srrlvtiai Oolumba t7:40
p -'.v,
Fare qs tew ste fcy stay other Rottte.
- Atk for TiektU etc Or esWae or dntland. .
B. 8. FLINT,
i 1 'Fnperlotendeat,-Cleveland, Ohio.
'JAMES PA tTIRBOIf, Agent,
i ; Oolumbue, Ohio.
Oolnmbus, June 17, 1861..
Ohio jfhite . Salphnr, Spring!
DELAWARE CO., OHIO
Xei3 Favoeite Resort will be open
J; ; iroBr, .Visuors,
tTuno lO, 3LOI31.
VAltuns ttt eoAJinnie caie tasaxaoit,CAittt
: ." "I UoeoautopaTce at aoooao aa-rss. '
FOE; B00M3 OR IUFOEBtATIO J",
; i r i Wfts,, A. BWAtNU. -'-
' ' ' ' ) tewli CentepP. 6.,telaWar Co.', Ohio.
may28ilaw.. ' , - '
OHIO UiN'ION LOAN.
Omca or ta Coxaianoaua or thi Binxne Tciin, I
Coboasos, Onto, June 10, 1601. )
TBI Cmm lee loner of the Sinking fond of the Bt'
of Ohio tori i euberrtpltun b th people of
Stat to tb Loan of iwo atliltra of Dollar,, auihor
ed by thq aot of th Oentral Aaembly " To provld
mor etToatually for the de of the Btatt galnt
paleed prllSo, lc6 1. - ..- ,.
- Oertldcate will-be t-tned Id aoma of S100, and
ward, payaole July 1, 1868. at the etat Treaaary. bear
ing tntareat at tb rat of tin per etat. per annum, pay
tbie ml-tnaual'y, aal by tb ast aatbar.alng tb
tree from taxation.
. Bubeorlptlon will sarolvcd at tbe ofio of tbtOom
mil-loner ttt tb Oliy of Colombo, at each of th
banalneli atl aUoaa tn tb Bute, aad at tb varal
aaaty Traaaariea la tb Btata, aatU the t day
Jet I801.----. ' - ...
Intereet will b computed and paid from tbe date
tb daposlt or th money at uar al tne plana ov
named.
R. Tf. t milt, Auditor of BUte."
A. P. KUSiSLL, ecr.aryot Btate.'
JAVZI MCKBAx, Attorney t)eora1,
Jell-dtd
BA G L E. 7 R A p S v W P, R K
: Cowiser Sprtar Wstter SUM --j'-
W. B. POTTS-OO,
And Hanafiotnnr of Br aad Oompodtton Oastiags.
a-inianta nra wort ot an vtwripuon.
Electrt) J Plating" and Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTING. &C. .
LMLS-di
ASTMUBIHIHTr
1 . rr the jnsTAirx fcniar
anlPBBJCArfSMOU&B ofth
dletreaaing oomplaiat as
'atHDTaB)-"'-''
BUOHCHIAIaCIQAEETTZS,
i
Had by 0. B. BBTMOTJB 00., 107 Vaaaut Bt., V..
Prlo $1 per boxi sent free by poet. ,..
fOB BALI AT ALti PBDflaiBTB.
.saaje-ditwlyisT.' i.t.ri ..rf-n.-.
THE UNION FOREVER!
TTIOW ENVELOPBS-A KAUITT Of
aj ,cigna, at BS.Wi par wwo. T . , . . r - 1
''' TTnny t.wtto awti wnr wawvw
at half, ths prloa ahargad by small dalr. .
irrBI AD QOABTIRg So. 73 Booth High street
yotumoua, may o, tout, i.u.
. ' !:' . ..
T LEACHED IHEETINOS AND
XJ BHIBIINQS, all width, of moet celebrated
now offered la graateat varitty and at vary low prtoaa.
ry low pi
AIM St
1 . BAIN tt BOM, '
aprlV - 1 H it.2,U Wo. SO Banth Rlth itraei
SJPECiAL isOTlCES,
" .M'jr.-WOf BTAT'S LIFE PIIXBJa--ii-
la all saae of oourenea, dytpepela, Wlllon and "ntr
aaxcuon, pus, rnemmauam, rarer and sgoss, ebtl
aaU bead acbaa, and all general drmntetnot of health
shea Puts hsve invariably proved geerbtlq led rpeedy
rtssedy. ' ' A single trial will place tbe Lift Pill bey end
iMreacAolopopeUtlon la tb Mtlmatloa of every pa
ttBte.M !l r
i. pt. atottat Pbofnli BKtert win bs foun4 eooally if.
Boadoat la all owe af nTTadablllty, dyspepasa, hand
o, th Hcknaai bteld al to ternale la dUot health,
aad rrery Skid ot waaknaa at tha dlgajUv argama.
lor aal by Dr. rV.B. M01TAX, SSS, Broadway, V, T.
andbTallBragglsat',' 'sMy2WAwl
XHa following li &a xuaot from a
httsr writtoa by th Rev. J. 8. . Bobae, paster i tht
PlnpotnMtrt aVtpUtVCaaiwtv Brooklyn, N, y., tt
lb "Jonrnal sod Meawogev, ClndnnAtl, 0.,and rpvakt
volamaa la taror of that world-renowned sjedioiae, kits.
Wrawaowls Boo-muta iTaoy rot OaWMtaw Tsamiroi '
"'W aa ' advrtlmnt In vonr anlnmn. af Maa
WOUXOW'e Bowrawa Bvaer, - Now w narer aalda Word
la favor of a patent tdl!Bfwr In -war life, bat we
feel eoeopeiM ueAV te year rwadara tbat Ihleleae bar
saw era bavs vawa rt. aaw a-ow-rr -tb -an Alt rr
tjaAU.. It m ambably aaf Ui aroet aVoeeaftll medl-
hataraa a" they baeaua It 11 on ot the beet., And thos
of ywar raadbrs Wbe ITt baWrt eaa't a ttottar tban
It taa mppig." ' m, -. ecOTilydAw
I
at
of
-
"r
-
th
a
la
railon, np.
loan
lot
tent ef
of
!
JtJlH AVAN WATCH 60MPAST, el Walt-
ham, Maia., begs to all tb attention ot th pablloto
th ' following mpbatle recommendation of Wallham
Wetebas, by ths leadlbf praotioal Wstchaakera and Jew
lr throurhont tha-Onlted Blatea. Th cnUre lilt ol
auaiuiea ui 4i u wa - r--"
adnrtlaeatnti but th nam preranted Will b woor
.(-i . - . ... ,...,,1,1 mHah ,n Ana .
n lied by Uolo acqaaloted with the Trad aa being in tb !
hlohaat Aeo-nM r..n.i.v.1 and and Influential. ' At their
eitabltahmenta amy always bs found th genuine Watch- -
s of ths Company's manufacture, in great variety.
.r . , . i - ..r
Signature from many allies snd towns not fully .
re ten ltd la this Hat will appear in a future adver
j , TO IHB PUBLIC. 1
Tb nndeialjnad.pracUoal WaUhnukaiaand dealeri hi
Watch, having bonght and sold American Wetohis ftr
a number of years (kit, and hiving dealt ia al) kinds of
foreign Watches for a much longer prlod ot time, b to
stats tbat tbey bar nvr dealt In Watches wbich, ss a
glass, or in indlvidail initsncas, bars been mdraiatis
factory to theaMlre or ouitomers, whether In respect t f
durability, .beauty of flnleh, mathematlcAlly correct pre.
portloni, aooarats oompenaatlon and adjuitment, or of
fin Hm-bupina rttulU, than thoa manufactmad by
th Waltham Company.
N: a. ORtTTBHDBN, cieveuno,
WV.BLYNH, ' Oolumlma,
JAMBS J BOBS, Baneavlllo,
H. JBMKINS A 00., . , ' . Cincinnati,
BB0O8 aa SMITH, ,' . , ' .
Ohio,
WM. WILSON MCUttUtY, . "
DUrlMB At CO.,
0. 05UAMf, ,.
0 PLAIT. ' 1
KINO as BROTHER.;
J. T. AB. M. EDWARDS,
1. J. ALBZANDaR,
JOHN H. MORBE, ', .
a. HEPPLER
DeUwate,
Warreo,
Obloayo,
La Salle, .
' P. aoria, ;
' Bloomlngton,
Decatur,
Bprtmleld,
r Qatnoy,
W. H. RIOHMONO, ' , '
B. 9. KAYS, . ' ,
A. B. OILtBTT,
B. D. LILLBBTON,
J, B OOHRAN, -
J, W. BHOWN, '
B. B. TOBIN,
BAB8B St HUL'MAN,' r
A. P. BOVNTON, . ' . -WU.H.HAYV,:
B. NORTH BY,
A. W. yORO, - -
WH. BOHKBZEB,
J. M. SOX,
WILLARU AHAWLEY,.
N. HAIOHT,
Galena,
tfaokaosvlll,
0 berry ttroV
Free port,
Peru,
Canton
Byracaa, .
hawburyb,
Bocheaier,
n. r
H. AjD.ROSENBBBO, -0.
A. BURR A 00.
K. 8. ETTBNHKiUSB at UL
WM. 8. TAYLOR. . ;
UtlcaX ,
Hudaon "
, Troy,
Oawego, "
Auburn,
. .
Palrport, "
Canandalgua, "
.
Ponghkeepal, "
.
- ,,
BtUrla, "
Amautrdam, "
.. Saratoga, "
Aiis'' ::
Ooshen,
PeonYan, ,,
OatakllU "
IndlanapoUl. Jod.
u
Richmond. "
Terre Bant. ..
Bnlllvan,
Plymouth,
Ealamuoo, Ulch
Detroit, "
Milwaukee, Wis.
Redo, "
Belolt. "
Janeevllle, "
PylrldaOhIen, "
Pltuburgb, Pi.
Norrliwwn, . "
. '
Euton, "
4. M
t, H
Allentown. "
Weatcheater, ' "
Wllllamapoit, "
Ohaaiar, ' "
Laranon, "
narrltbarg,
York,
laocaoter
Baadlug
H U
Cbambarabarg, "
Onentburg, "
Newoettle, "
kbeoetmrg, "
Maaob Chunk, "
Aablaad, "
Indiana
.. boon ton, "
Patereoo, N. J.
, Newarlt. '
, Boideotown, "
Ireoton,
Cumberland, Md
' Paiaeet, Teno.
Na.hill. "
' Bprlniueld, ,
OUnavllle, , "
savannah Ga.
Bt. Louts Mo.
. ll
M )l
Wheeling. Ta.
Rlobmoad, '
Balem, . X. 0.
. . .
Hewbtrry, 8.0.
. Nortbunuton, Maaa.
New Bedford "
Taunton, "
. .. ,
fall Elver, "
yr.vr. hnnah.
II. H. t H. 0. CARPBNXBH,
BOrKIMs At aVANB,
BAIUUT fc LIAUU,
JAHKS UYDt,
JOHN H IYES,
YrlLLlAM-tkCO.,
J. N. BENNBT,
A. 8. aiuRMS.
WM. 8. HOROAK,
BBNDRRSON BKO'8
J. A. OLARK, '
MOOD St PUTMAN.
jbnn1n08 hho'b
john j. jenkins,
w.b.Williams, "
A, WARDBN,
L. 0. DUNNINO. -OQAB.
H. W1LLARD,
W P. BINUHAM A CO.,
CBAS. O. PHINOH.
J.BoLANB,
0. A. DICKENPIN.
O, H.BA800M A CO.,
J. M. 8HANSU.
ADOLPU MYER".
THBi. If. PICKEBIXO,
OEO. DOTY.
M. I BM1TH
a. B. Tan uOTT,
JOHAt ELKINB,
H.M. BHERUAff,
8. O.6PAUL0INO, - -W.
A. OlLKS,
BIINBMAN AHEYB1N,
B AM'L BKOWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOfLlN. .'
OEO. VT.81KIN.
OKO B. TITOS.
HBOKMAN AYOHE.
OBO. erilN,
K. J. LASOKLLE,
BAat'LOAaHaM,
JuSEPie-LADOMCS, -J.J.
BLAIR,
OKO. W. aioCAtLA,
IKANOiSO. rOLACK,
O. M.EAHN,
OBOROB HgtLEB,
t. P HKLLER.
b. ALOtUNHArjan.
8 T. HOI. MAN, :
J. o. Banna,
0, T. KUBKRIB,
J- O..D0LON,
OBAAkvL. irlSBEIt,
B. M. St. OLAI ,
B. At A PsTERbOK, .
DAf luLAVEttAOK. ...
W.T. RAB. , ..'
BNOCU P. BILLS, :
UB'RY H J tMES,
T. 8. LITTLE,
OftBSON A BRANNON,
TDO. OOWOEY,
A. W- PYLE,
SIMPS' M fc PBIOB,
y. w.BKirr,
J At A OtttDNER
W O.EEfRISZ
MAURIOM atuENRY
JaHO oYLVaBTER.
J Jt. 8001TACO.,
T. B. UUBPHBBY8,
B A. VOO'.ltt.
t. W. LIlNoKCK,
J. W, MUNlOOMJSBY,
BENJ B.O00K, ...
8 OHILD8,
PEXlEH a HA8KIN3, ;
E.D.1IDaLE,
A'BBBTPllTd,
ELLIS OltrORD, '
P. W.HAOOMBEB,'
8,
J.J BUR'S, '
JESBB SMITH, -: ''
T. 11. LAMB, " -'; '
8. N. BTOaY,
LEVI JOHNSON, ' '
ANfiRtW WARREN
0. W. FOOO,
AMOASANBORIf,
JOHN BARTON, ' '
JOHNMoOKgQOR, '
W. M. ROOT. i -
JOHN B. BOOT! -
N. MOODY. ; " v
WM.KlaKHAM, Jr., '
L. P. ANTHONY an CO.,
PELS9 ARNOLD.
THOMAS BTb It LB It C04
BEMINOWaY ABrtVENB,
WM. BOOBRbABON,
0. J. MONBON,
K. BENJAMIN, .
Qloneester,
Balam
Woroeiter,
Wallham,
...
LowU, .
. lynn,
' LawrenC
Plttafleid,
.,
Oreeofleld, '
BprlngtUld,
Provldeaea,
Z Greenwich,
B.I
Hartford, . Conn.
New Harm,
i, B. B.1HBX, " . .
OEOBQB BROWN,
E. B. HUN iINOtON A 00., - Dsnbary,
. Am wuuuituju!,
B. D. BALL. ,
JoHN L. SMITH,
J0BNOORD0N,
J. 0. BLAOKMAN.
JAI.B. aYHBB,
BBERBURNB SHAW.
L. H.HaNDERbON,
1.RN10HT. i
N. 0. CAflR,
0X0. W.DHBWJtCO.,
8. J. MELLISH,
W. O. 0. WOODBURY,
REUBEN BPBNOAjin . '
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD OOVB,
JONATHAN BObMER,
N. W. QOilOARD,
OHAd. X. BACON. , ,
P. M. ILARDIBON. . :
- aUddlttowa,
Nw London
Bridgeport,
Weterbury,
Banbornton,
Oonoord,
N.H,
Hanover,
. Claremont,
Enter, .
Laoonla,
Maabua,
.,
Dover,-..
- Bo. Berwick,
Augnstai
. Portland,- --
Baokeporr, -
, Rockland,
Portamonth,
- - "r B
. Auburn, . , .
Bath,
Bangor,.,., .
, . . . a n
Oardlntr,
. lloolioo, -.
Us. -
I' "
TWOMLLI A SMITH,
MOBBB M. SWAN,
J. A MERRILL r-
James emeby, v -. -,.
simeon blooo.
HENRY H.HAM,
ROBERT N.RODOR, , .
HENRY McKENNRY,
T. HOWLABD, '
UPBINB A MORRIS,
0. 0. WILLlAMa.
0. 8. AO. L.R0aERg,
D. 1. LCOtV.
D. O. HALL.
Lewraton, 4 j ,
BBINIMAID A BUDRXIB,'j Burlington,
v. Biauini,, - k Uradlord,
x. v. rtuNnax.
:M..f.u,r, ,
Korthfltld, -Weodatotk,
' t.
. 8t. Jobxauarp,
Bt. Albans,
Chela.
Newbury, t
Bellow Palls. 1
New Orleans, . ,
A. A. Mbad, 4
J. O. BATtS. . -, . ,,.,
J.H. MURDOOI, .,,,, ,
0. 0. OHILDr), , a
0. H. BUNTINflTOlf.
FOBTBBOROrY,
K. WALLAOI.
LXANDtt AMADON, ..
. 8 JINN1N08,
a
OftKuOrt CO.,
VruaBBi,ii,
rIacba,,
Mllford,
r,loronto,
mm 1 ,
' Del. ,'
o.w.
A. N. HALL,
ROBEB1' WltKIR,
1
AAlTTinar.aamlsi ArtwtTaltfl lal SaV Mraanarttrllat V
a, awaaaa waa y etwvee asa eevv aaitvatw ' vvanwa
feitd by fortlgn acasoiaotureni, Wt live to tetom tb
pnbiiilbatao watch Isot ear prodasUoa whkhl eta,
etufipaoltd by a oertlfloat of ganofnan, bearing th
number of th. watch, and rlgned by eat, Treaaurer, B.
I. Bobbin or by ear ptedeoeator. Appltoa. Tracy A
c . . iu!iAti ; -
v 1 v." ! ..r. -j t.i
As the' wttoM AT for sals by Jewelan geatraJly
throughout the Union, tht imerisaa Watch Oompaa
flu not solicit orderi for single watcbe. ' X SV'L i '
. BOBBEtl It APPMTON , .,
ai wuinwiesal Agent, HeW Broadw"" ' ' -' ' '
apSg 4.:drVt,AW.sa.-.'.

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