lj (Dljio Statesman
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1861.
How Long should the War Last ?
Untfl' thVobjiol ftr which it wti begun,
la attained, tod not a moment longer.
Wht thai oWeot ! map M learned from
k. PrMMmt'i Proclamation of th 15th of
, UetOfclHng for 75,000 troopi, In order to
'. lapprow powtrful oomblnattons oppoelae; and
ohetruoUng the execution of the United States
.. . lam. and to cause suou lews to be duly exe-
flnud. The eole obleot of the war. then, to
-. unreal It In the briefest terms, U, on the part
k Administration, the execution of the
va ejisw -w
Basra ti the United States. - i r
When theie laws oan be cxecnUd in all parts
of tht Uulon without taeTnterference end oppo
altfim of oombloationi too powerful to be sap-
Dressed bv the ordinary course "of "Judlolal pro.
ceedlngs, otW the power Ttitea w
shalibylaw," theobjeetof tbe wat will, so
cording to, President IhoouIi, hats been fully
aoeomyiuied, end must of necessity come to sn
fcotTne'tass of the people In this country wUl
'suito'tf the 'Administration in strslghtforwsrd
aadlarUlrnate endeavors to reach this great ob
ject, and will be satisfied with nothing short of
,iu universal and complete eitainmen.. ou
of our Republican cotemporariei, among others
the Jottrntl of this city, are In great trtDuiaiiou
fotW the Cabinet at Washington will listen
to pr)faUlons for a compromise or adjustment
i of our national -difficulties before the end or
poitwu if .thl war ia obtained. : We are of
couree not authorized to speak for the Cabinet
: eoui can entertain no proposition for a dissolu
tion of tbe Unless or any proposition for
gallon of the war that does not guarantee the
eeeaatioo of all armed" op position and obetrue
" tlon toj tbe enforcement f the laws, without
violating his moat solemn pledgee to the Amer
ican people. Bat, on the other hand, if suoh
guarantee should be proffered, which be has no
v reason to doubt will bo fully and faithfully car'
rled out, It is equally his dutyunder his oath of
- office and his obligation to tbe people, to em-
. bt eec the golden opportunity for restoring peace
and harmony to the country.
Sat it is said that a proposition for entire sub
mission to tbe laws of the Union msy Involve
conditions which it may be dishonorable1 In the
. Government to swept. No conditions, for the
rsrtoratlon of peace and tbe return of onr for
mn property, which are In accordance with the
letter and spirit of the Constitution, can be dis
honorable. On the contrary, It wonld be a born
log disgrace, and result in the overthrow of the
Republic, to continue the war, after It had an.
swered tbe design of Its Inauguration, namely, to
put down armed rebellion against, and Insure
obedience to, tbe Constitution and laws
' From present appearances, our "irrepressl.
bles" osy as wall keep cool In this hot weather
about negotiations sad comprosiises. If the
Administration ardently desires peace on a
constitutional basis, It shares that desire In
. common with every true patriot and Union
in the country. But it is bound by tbe
President's pledge to carry on the war vigor.
oualy to the complete suppression of all ann
. ecToomblnations against the execution of tbe
laws. At that point, and not short of Jt, It is
"vbouad to stop the war, whether the point Is
" y i etched ft Jen days or In ae many years.
Greely Getting Alarmed.
. It is the habit of the Republioafl press to take
their Deinocratlo cOUmporaries to task, U per
chance anything appear In their columns In tbe
least dissenting from any of the strsnga snd
extraordinary measures and movements which
are dally transpiring, and to eharge at once upon
the unfortunate kaighu of the quill who are to
bold as to offend In this particular, want of
' loyalty, yea, treason to the Government. Bat
thee Republican editors, who thus arrogate to
themselves the high office of censor npon the
- oondnot of others, appear to think that they
1 hare a tort, of right, inherent or prescriptive in
tbem, to ssy whst they may think in reference
1 to the plana and policy of the powers that be,
In relation to the war now is progress. V
Gbiely belongs to the school to whom we
refer, and Is quite free In imputing to others
want of love for the country and lack of Udell'
ty to tbe Constitution for neither of which
the white-coated philosopher has the slightest
revereace or even respect
la hla Trlbun of the 21th' June, Gsxxu
has a leader from which we make the following
"'f are la danger of raising ap a military casta,
thmn.h tht IlSuims of thla nr. U lord It over a la
' plaea ot ths tlavsbotdlng casta lust depeeed. In this
- viae, we deplore tbe eaunsioa which has boon givee to
Um rsgulsr Army; oaS walcn tne navy ussiy w nan.
Thoaaeads an bow borlni (or aosasalsslona la UM Amy,
' Aopheg thereby te saeu eploirsnt snd salsnsteaee at
Um ysbUeooea tat life. Wo deplore this, and tnutlt
assy yet ks ountsrsoto. Wo air law notice mat wo
ball, aftor MM, art the ladoetloa ot too Army to
tbo act Ml wants of tbe ssrvlce, whatever tbe Bay bo.
A fna people nl?if aalaly (or proKotton mm foielfa
ntif lin r oMiile ooaoplraoy oa a Siaadtnf Amy,
taaaaaonuly wbtoboaaaot long oadan. Iltber tbo
aaUoa olll ebwrb tbo army or tbo amy will ilro nilora
to tbo aaUoa. A itaadlag amy Ha ontiy auoi
T'dataotiMOf Idm. Loo. oaai'owrt. MacraSor,
bOBdrariiaton io bar beea odaotoS as4 long tab
UtcS at tbo pablia ooott wltoaos uw dUgraaorai earaaaoor
asa km of aoarly tbo wbolo force (UUooed la Tesaa,
with He tMt maUritU, rerlaiona, Sco. WitaOH M-t
botnyal of arml tawU aatteaal Tontla lato tbo bar di
of tbo lobala, tbo awtnetioa aad loot at Korfolk 'ad
PtUMola, tbo tboMal aoaorUoa of Tataall, BolL'aa,
Bnubwood. aad loeraa (on of loot paaipotod oBloi
Tv1 ottboMaTy. So loogaotbo Ktj wti mUxromoMnt
al than aeafol, ttey all (tuck to liko ban; bat
wboa tby oaato to ko ariwatly wanttd, tboy took bea
mats. ,4Laeagoanaaaaoawiaanoi vmm.--
Guilt deplores tbe extension" of the reg
ular army and nary, because be is afraid of a
if I mUJtary- east growing out of "this war" to
"lora It over ns in plsce of the slaveboldiog
t oastejost deposed." . That Is his only trouble.
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' - eoBsunmon ana tne uwi oi me hum wuh are)
' 'so notorious In tbs wholo transaction. ' These
da not alarm him. The unlawful and naeonstl
tnttonal "extension" of tbe army and navy, has
brought into the service a body of men not of
. Oaitxrs faith, sat Abolition-higher law men
but a strong and pawerful Dsmoeratio ale-
a ( e . .. ia ea
' aent, wuon uua raous tanans saaa inn weu
" " will never rtctlve hie doctrine ot fight out the
" wsr to his satlslsctton, and hsnce his uneasiness.
It may ba that alt ha sen about a military
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- waata may mwawvaaa., io aiaB van huiui
' fall store for thla nation. We hare great faith
la the intelligence, Integrity and patriotism of
. tbo nss of tbe people, and know they lore tbe
Union aad desire that the Constitution should
be maintained Inviolate. But the constituted
' Minorities of the Stats and Nstlon appear to
Stot on the hypothesis that in times like the pres-
... arm no gujiiuikuwiuii imhi in w ira uinin
a . . hi i , .
i.: i mm raw ,nn aim nn will wtm uibihuib im
mnnn.l'-''"-" - -w j
Thi"pa5Fl ttf beginning- to look- at than
'v matters with deep ooncern, and many are ap.
, , prehenilvs that the end of the contest will be
i tbo destruction of tho Government. .We hope
not; and we are devoutly anxious to believe
that the people of the United States will yet
preserve the Constitution snd the Union, though
both seem now to be In great peril. The mlghl y
uprising of tbe peoplethe Immense body of
volunteers who have promptly taken the field-
are moved by a profound love of oauntry and
reverence for our free Institutions as our fatbsrs
made them; and this is one of the hopeful signs
in this dark hour. The volunteer army will.
we believe, do Its part to save the Republic
but It most hsve co operation through tbe civil
authority, wielded by men tqnal to the occasion
and who fully appreciate it. A revolution
must, and w are very sanguine will, take place
through the ballot box t and thus men will be
placed in high civil trusts, who have capacity
and are imbusd with that love of country and
devotion to the Constitution which are so little
oared for by the present ruling powers.
The people of the free States must set aside
all the higher law Irrepressibles, and the peo
pie of the South must lift np and exalt the loyal
Union men of their respsctlve States, and then
the constitutional authority of the Govern'
ment will bo vindicated only through constitu
tional means; and dsmsgogues In both sections
will be banished from the publio consideration,
and our Union-Government go on in its career
of progress. ,
Greely Getting Alarmed. The Object of the War--The Ashtabula
While the Administration, and the officers of
the army, hsve been careful in stating that tbs
object of tbe war was not to interfere with the
institution of slavsry, but to " maintain tbs
Constitution and execute the laws," it csnnot
be disguised that the Republican press snd lead'
art, have other objects in view, then those avow
ed by tbe authorities of the country, without
which they would not lend a hand, or a dollar,
to prosecute It.
The Ashtabula Stntitul, representing and
speaking tbe sentiments of tbe men who have
dictated terms and candidates for the Republl
can party In Ohio, demonstrates this fact. In
that paper of the 4th Inst., In an article bead'
ed "the end of the war," it says: '
MTbevapproaohes Its eritta; d the time U not
far dietaat wbea tbooe In antbortty aiait act pronptly
ia uo aaopuoa ol a policy tbat will oltbtr atoan Iroe
dom to tbo wbolo ooantrjr, or (utn ohaiot a pea all.
Wban oomo oat of tbo war, BlaTtry or freedom will
bbto eonqaorea, ao nr aa we an eonoornod."
The Sentinel regards this war ss tbe "lrre
presslble oonfllct," at tbe end of which the
country must be all " elave or all free.' With
out this result, the war baa no aignlflcanco, In
tbo estimation of the Sentinel and the ruling
Republicans of Ohio and the North.
Tbo salvation of the Union does not wslgh a
feather with these msn, unlets it is aocom
panied with the abolition of slavery; there
fore, it is not the Union they are fighting for,
but tbe abolition of slavery !
Jt will not do to say tbat such papers ss tbs
Sentinel do sot speak the sentiments of the
party. We grant they do not of thousands who
vote and act with the party; but they control
the action of tbo organization, select Its candi
dates and dictate their conduct after thev are
Ashtabula county the home of Coninos,
whose organ the Sentinel is rolls ap ' four or
fire thousand abolition majority; end 4t West
era Reserve, sympathising in sntlmenl with
Ashtabula county, gives from twenty to twenty'
five thousand majority to the; ssjae party. This
majority they will continue to gtvo, so long as
they csn guide the Republican organization In
the abolition channel. When, ttey eases to do
thla, they will out loose' froaa the organiaaUoB
they can no longer control, and np for tbem
selves, ss they did with the' Whigs In 1848
and 1858, when they ran Va Boun and Hau
The opposition to the Democracy must ba an
abolition party, and controlled by Abolitionists,
or they will not allow It to be a successful
party. Rale or rain Is, and fesa been their mot
to.' ' They have finally anccWed in both-
gained their rnV-vid with it brought ruin.
The abolition press acd' politicians will not
lend their aid or countenance to any proposi
tion to bring the war to a dose, even if it wonld
re unite the country In peace and harmony,
unless their ulterior objects are accomplished.
Tbo maintenance of the Union on the princi
ples it waa established npon by our forefathers,
and npon which ithu grown to such giant pro
portions, Is the least of their desires.
Signs of Rebellion.
We copy the following from tbe New York
Tribune of tho 25th:
"We once agahVeall attention to the ttrteturta of oar
WaablortoB oorroapoadont upon tho courao of public af
falra. Ba atatae tbat tbe roam why Barpora korry waa
not oerapMd by tbo nattonai troopa a weak ago, to that
tha Ganoral oommarnllng then to imbaollo or traltorou,
aad fallod to obar tbe ordon of Oan. Scott. Motwith-
ataadlai thla, ao laTMttiaUoa baa baoa ordored nor any
nprimand admlatotond, any man than la tb cat of
tno biandere aad taa alaoghtar at Umax uotbtl aad
inna. arai uo mou etartung point or ourooma-
onaD l i latter M tho automoat that no wfooroae mil'
Horn woaamaaf ii imUrndxt by the AdmlniatntloD.or,
toapaakmonaaotly, by tbe Cabinet. Tho war la to
be drarcod aloni on til tbo paoplo, woaiy of armlaa with'
oat notion, and laxat without triumph,, oa be brought
f tmtml to tern eomoromie Hie that of Mr. Ortt-
am dm. If thla parpooo, or aaythtag approach log It, to
nally aalortalaod by tbo OaUaat, or by any mombtn of
It, we warn thoa gontlamoa tbat they cannot much Ion
gor matin la the aarrioa of the TJnltod State. Indoed,
taey might a well begla to pack tbitr tranka uw."
This would Indicate that, if Mr. LrncoLn and
his Cabinet do not carry out tho ideas of the
Tribune, they are to be deposed, aad aent home.
That would not be a bad ides; but we protest
against Mr. Guilt and his friends choosing
thslr successors in ofilcs. That kind of folks
hare done mischief enongh already.
Columbus Fencibles of the Reserve.
This company, called out by Gen. Cabbinoton
for tbo reason that they "wanted to see a little
service," are on the railroad between the tunnel
and Chllllcotbe, watching the bridges. Several
persona hare been arrested with hctfoet mnldue
in their pockets. - It Is said the boys won't go
very near them for fear the bridges might fall
down on them. Look out boys! ' '
Hanging of Burke.
Some days since we published an account of
the hanging of an old man of sixty-firs named
Bout, by gsob at Lane, Ogle county, Illinois,
on a charge of aettlng fire to two or three ware
houses. The Lsne (111.) Leader, whloh vindi
cated tbe conduct of the mob, says: - :
tb ohanoM won not more (Ao one in a hundred that
TU vold ever e onvioUd. ,
We suppose these were two conclusive rea
sons why he should be hung by the mob. First,
the court would not be in session until Oetober!
Second, they tndd not convict him when it tried
him!! That is decidedly cool - , .
' -1 .
Jas. A. McDougal.
The new Stmetor from California arrived at
New York ontheSith in the steamer Ariel.
Mr. McDonat was a Democratic member of
Congress In 1859. ...
The New Orleans Delta, of the 24th Instant
Wade Hamoton's lesion ol 8onth Carollnl.
ana Is now complete and la camp at Columbas.
It consists of one artillery company, three cav
alry oompeates, and six of Infantry. It is said
to be one of tbe finest bodies of soldiers in the
We mo aome signs that Gov. Dinmison Is to
be in the field for re election. Tbe SfU Jew-
!, Cleveland Hertld, Cincinnati OatMe, and
tsveral correspondents, have commenced white
washing Gov. Dennison and his administration,
lnoludlng Gen., or Col. Cabbiroton.
The OmeUe will be compelled to use np sev
eral barrels of Urns and any number of brushes,
to cover np what it has said In denunciation of
We auppose the Herald wants the Governor
for Us "Union" no party candidate.
Tbe Cincinnati Commereial disposes of tbe
matter in tbe following mannert
Tbe Olnolnnitl Gaiatt. which, from XDOticf corrup
Uon aad denouncing lmboelllty, ku rocoatly taken to
Slaving orcr Ullan and ddtodlog omclal tnalieawnco,
votoa a column to a defann of fitnolfon. Oartingtoa
St Co. aialntt tbo pabllo eoadtmutloa. Ita ehUf arfu
mant eoniiati of a dopneatory plaa agalni! ''dtgradlog
tboebaraeuraDddotdiof tho BUM" and bringing bor
fair faaw Into oontoapt. K the military lav-firm whlob
dlipaoNeoostraoti and gtnfral oMen from Colombo
wn tbo Bt.te of Ohio, than might be tome hum la
UU agfttlon. Tbo Ouetuf whole artlola ia aa la
goalena oodtaTor to intoryOaa tht Bute of Ohio, IU loyal
and patrlotlo pooplo, and lU rar and roady roloauara
naiwMa in hlandtra and (aliarai ol omclal laoompo
tanta and tht nublla stnaan.
Tbo Oantt kaooe, aa wall a we do, tbat the hbtory
of too admtaUtratlsa of mllllary affalra la tbla SUM bat
Ma omlnontly dltgraeafulj that tbe pramlaM ol tne
Qorarnor wra oat of all proportion to bit porformuietol
that corrupt and ewlsdllm oootraota wen alvoa oat n-
paatodly, through the bllndnoaaor oonDlraaoo of oSolale
wno ougoi to know ballr; that oar Toiunteati wn
trlfltd with, and mado tho Tiollnu of eiroamlocntlona.
Solaya and (raoda which good buttons managaaiant would
ban 'aroldod; that mony hae bm (quandmd, and
raoloua tua foollahlr waattd: aad that, ao areat and ao
glaring baa boaa do mUoonduct ol aSalrt. tbat tht prata
oi tniaoity nu annnunooaly, until tho otatt'( taray
apology, eondonned the haad of iho State admlnlttra
Uon for tnoxauaablo nailaotof duty. It to. Ihtnfon.
too lato la tho day, eran If than baa boaa gnat recent
ImproTunont, for the Oaaalta to aeek to whltewub the
dark ebaptart of our military managamant, or to oover
tbo nakodnaM of oar official maifaamaoo by azpaUatlng
upon tho ontbailatm and amolanoy and acoompllibmant
of oar bmro aoldiory. Wo uy to tha Oantta, that Ohio
baaaocomplUhad ao moob toward tb aid of tbe down
aunt, not btcaute ol the managoment ot tbo military
ooan at voiomwai, twt la epito of ueir managmn(.
Tboeoopl. and the bra ra oalf.iMriaolna Toluntatr
baro dona It all or nearly all; and tt would hardly be
extraragant to aaaart, tbat if Oorernor Dennlaon and
Adjntant Oanoral Uarrlngton htd baen kind enongh to
tand oat of tho way ootlraly, tho paoplo wonld bar
found moaoe to organise the whol mattor mora ipeadily,
omawatly and economically than it hat now Beta done.
The Bank Riot at Milwaukee.
Our dispatches have given ns an account of
one of tbe most violent mobs we have heard of
for years la this country, which resulted In
oleaning out some half dozen rag mills called
backs, and inflicting serious Injury to cltlsens
and property. Such occurrences are deeply to
be lamented j snd tbe instigators should be
exposed and punished with tbe severest pen
allies of the law. ' There Is no security for life.
liberty or property where aw violence is toler
ated In tb feastk . fcvery good citlisn should
feel hlewelf In duty bound to lend hie aid
quell ' riot or mob, and bring the actors to
Li there is anything that Is well calculated to
troase a bad yes desperate feeling it is the
mtjner In which tbe people of tbe States of
W'oonsla and Illinois bars been swindled by
s graceless a set of scamps, ss sver walked the
rth, with their worthless rags wbloh they have
Imposed upon the people as money, In payment
for their labor. A Leglslature;that will licenss
tolerate snob sn Infamous scheme of plunder
no better then the rascals who put the trash
It is quite enough to enrage the laboring pop
ulation, who toll daily and weekly, for a mere
subsistence for their families, snd then be com
pelled to receive such trash In payment as will
purchase the food necessary for their exist
ence. And then, when tbey take It to tbe
banks and broken, to be told that it is "thrown
out" became it is worthless, or subject to a
skevwoC t vet, waa, ta ami j, a fifty pee east., 1
scarcely to be submitted to.
The money the people have been robbed of
these swindling schemes of pa-per sharks,
amounts to enough to prosecute the war for as
long a time as the people will desire it to be
carried on. The law-making power should
promptly supply a summary remedy for theee
range committed npon labor. 1 In the absence
proper remedies, we may be assured this
not the last disgraceful and dangerous af
fair of 'the kind we ahall be compelled to
reoord. ' . ' ' :
Aa to the extent of the rascality which has
been perpetrated npon the people of the Weet
tbese soulless rsg machines, we copy the
following from the Chicago Tribune of tho 24th
Wisconsin Is fully as bad as this:
What ran M Wild Cat " Banxiro has Cost
ran 8TATT- The experience of the last two
months has sealed the fate of our present bank
ing system. - Possibly a fsw Banks may make
good their securities, but they can at best only
maintain a sickly and unprofitable existence.
Tbe lose, therefore, npon retiring our currency
may as well be borne first aa last. The loss on
the whole will certainly be forty per cent., and,
we presume, as tbe bills of a largo number of
banks are now bought at tbirty-nve cents on
tne dollar, nny per cent, wiu not more wan
oover tho sacrifice. But take it at only forty,
and Illinois must loo rive MiLUona or dol
labs from the currency monsera who fastened
the infamous system upon us. - A few short
months nave awept this Immense amount of
capital out of existence, and our people must
eat the bread of carefulneas for years, before
they can make ap for what has been lost.
Ohio Troops at Parkersburg.
From a letter to the Cemmertial, we copy the
following, relative to our troops at Parkeriburg
Va.: - , .! I,,.',!' - -.. ; 1..,. ,
Col. R. L. McCook's Regiment hae been as
signed the post or lienor. lie leads tbe col
nmn under the special command of General
MeClellen. Not a man of tbem ia on tbe eick
list, and eiooe their arrival at Marietta, they
have worked Incessantly. Their efficiency
licit tbe admiration of the best soldiers In the
Divide. U Don their arrival they were delirht
to find a good supply ot '"lager," bnt tbey
bare exhausted tbe Parkersburr market. Out
side of tbelr quarters tbe "genuine article"
cannot ne bad lor love or money. Tbelr Colo
oontlnuee to labor for them with untiring
energy. Tbo position of his Regiment is suf
ficient testimony of the est sou in which he is
held at headquartera. -.,, .
A Provisional Brigade, eonsisUng ot tbe
Eighth and Tenth Indiana, and Seventeenth
Nineteenth Ohio Regiments, bas been as
to General Rosecrans. Tbe material is
admirable, but it needs ticking into discipline.
le oesiKnated aa "tno unieaad Indiana Briar
of United But Volunteer Militia." Gen'
Oral Reecerana is rued a General Order last
nirhU maklsr the following staff amolntmenta:
Captain Charles Kingsbury, Jr., (of fronton)
18th Regiment 0. V., to be Aetlng Assistant
Adjutant General t Capt. Jabes W. Fitch of
Cleveland to be Brigade QaartcrMasteri Lien
tenant reruns, irib (Ublo) Kcrtmeot, to be
Brigade Commissary, and Lieutenant A. Irwin
Harrison, Aid de Camp to tbe General com
manding the Brigade. Lieutenant (now Cap
tain) Harrison 1 the oldest eon of our fellow
cithten, Hon. J. Soott Harrison; '
Col. CiABLB UinptB Is nominated for Con
gress by the Dsmocrate in the second District,
Philadelphia, and Cbtabxks 0Nxil by the Re
publicans. This looks like party lines were not
abolished la Philadjlphla. , '
LT Hon. A. H. HTfarr, of Virginia, made a
speech at Richmond on the 11th intt. He
Secretary of the Interior Department under
Tuamom 'a Administration. tl, ,
ST The article in our paper of yesterday,
headed 'Union Party" should be oredlud to the
MUrankee Preu mn4"jfm.. ';' 1 P'
News by the Ariel.
The United States Mall steamship Ariel,
Cspt. Wilson, arrived at New York on the
morning of the Sttb, having left Atplnwall on
June 15th. '
The Panama Star and Herald of June 15th
notloes the following naval movements:
Tbs United States steamer Wvomlner called
from San Francisco for Panama on the SOth of
The sloop of war St. Mary's hsd arrived at
San franoisoo on tne loin of May, in 44 days
Tha United States steamer-of-war Narraean
sett, Captain Hunt, arrived In this port from
Callao on the night of the 11th Instant, all
well on board. Tbls vessel brings no late
The United States stesmer-of-wsr Wyoming
may bs dally looksd for at thla port from San
H. B. M.'s steim frigate Termsgant arrived
in this port on Saturday, tbe 1st instant from
Mexico, bringing half a million of dollars for
M. B. M.'s gun boat Landrail returned from
Porto Bello to Asplnwall, on the 4th Inst.
Ths British ship of-wsr Muslns, Capt. Gra
ham, sailed on tbs 10th Inst., for the Sandwich
The French corvette Bsyonnalse, twenty
eight guns, Captain Mallett, arrived in this
port from Palta, on ths morning of the 10th
Dates from Bogota are to Msy 4, and from
Carthageoa to June 3. The correspondent of
the 8tar writes from tbe latter place:
You will have received by the Carlota the
news from the interior, which places Gen. Mos
quera In a worse position than be anticipated,
as be baa found that it is not quite so easy to
walk into the Capital, and tbe forces of tbe
General Gorernmunt have turned out stronger
than be Imagined. After a very bard fonght
battle on the 25th of April, both par
ties retired, and there was a suspension of
hostilities for two days. After tbe expiration
of this term, Gen. Paris, who had been informed
that Gen. Obando was marching to join Mos
quera, oent part of his forces to cut him off,
which tbey succeeded la doing, defeating tbem
completely and killing Obando. It appears
there was another grunt battle, but notdecislvs,
between the forces of Mosquera and Paria on
the 5th ot May. Tbe Conservatives here cay
that Mosquera got the worst of it, and tbe Lib
erals maintain the reverse, bat no one knows
positively anything about It. It Is ascertained,
however, that many of the principal officers
were killed and wounded on both aides. Tbs
Liberate aay that Mosquera wrote, under date
6th of May, that tbat very day he was going
with all hie foroea to occupy tbe Capita.!; but
tots is tne xa or Jane.wbioa makes Just twenty
eight days since tbat letter, and we b not
jot beard of bis belog at Bogota, although be
wee oniy snoot eix or eignt leagaes distant trom
the city. The general Impression here is,
that be has been entirely defeated, or that
General Paris bas Intercepted with his forces
all communication between Mosquera and tbls
The fact Is, we have no reliable news from
there later than tbe 4th of May, and all (s mere
report and conjecture. No one bas come down
sines tbat date, and we don't know what to make
or it. .
There is a report that Col. Qulntero Jaceme
(who defeated Gen. Briceno . in Ocana), wae
completely aeteatea oy ot. banal, tne constitu
tional Preaident of tbe State of Santander, and
that tbe former waa killed, bnt this may be true
or oinerwiae, ana requires oonnrmstion.
The Liberal fleet, comoosed ot four schoon
er ana one one, leil nere on the Soih ult., In
tbe direction of Santa Martha or Rio Hache.
where they were to receive troone. and then bo
u ponuii oi uie uovernm eni vessels or war
which ran away from Aspinwall.
The Morcnrio. of Valparaiso, aaya nndor the
date of May 17i
ill unsatisfactory state of thinrs. to which
we have had occasion to call attention in our
late reviews, has undergone but little Improvs
saoat, and saa,aaatly. ttaaaaotlama eivatlam
restrioted. ftlsvrthelessso far as this place It
concerned, confidence appear to be gradually
returning. . ,
in Santfaro there bas been a meetinr. held
by the principal capitalist, for tbe purpose of
oonsiaanng wnat means could De adopted that
mignt contribute to restore confidence In tbe
midst of the present state ot general Insolvency
among our landed proprietors! but we are sorry
to say, these discussions have led to no result,
and we can only look to time for remedy of the
present evils. Meanwhile, tbe inevitable con
sequences of the .withdrawal of capital from
circulation .must tend to clear up doubts as to
tbe standing and solvency or our commercial
community In general, tnoTwe may then look
tor a neauny reaction.
There la no quotable rate of discount, for,
although there la a eeneral demand for money
our banking establishments and other capitalists
reuse to una. rrom tne data, however, we
bave been able to collect, it is evident tbat the
present scarotty of coin does not arise from Us
having been exported, but to Its withdrawal in
consequence or tbe total want or confidence
With the present scarcity of money, punotn
allty In payments csnnot be expected, even
amongst onr most respectable merchants; but
where there Is do reason to doubt, creditors
show every consideration, and consequently the
violent shocks whloh, under similar circum
stances, would bo experienced In Europe or tbe
United States, are thus avoided amongst us.
The difficulties of our present situation have
again revived the scheme, formerly contemplat
es, oi esutoiiiaiog a sane oz Bankruptcies, snd
now witn greater prooaoiitty ot lis being oar
riea into enact.
It may well be believed, under -the clrcnm
stance just described, transactions must con'
bnue on a very reduoed scale. Such has par
tioularly been the case in imports, and the ex
port treda is suffering much, aa well fromtthe
depreciation of our prlnoipal strides of produce
la ths European markets, aa from the soaroity
oi reason ana consequent nign ireignte."
From Palta we are informed that, on the 23d
nit., a severe shock of earthquake waa felt at
U) P. M whloh, however, wae attended with
no serious Injury. , . - . ' ,
By the malls brought by tha Pony Express
from California, np to the 13th, we glean the
Sam Fbahcisoo, Jane 5.
Arrived 3d, with steamer Golden Age, Pan
ama: chip Twilight, New York: White Swal
low, Hong Kong; 4th, ahlpa Caroline Tuoken,
new xorkj norwestsr, Hong Aongj liOokepp,
New Cutis s bark Yankee, Honolulu. Sailed
1st, steamer Sd, ship Surprise, Shaoahaii 3d.
ship Goddess, Liverpool; 4th, Russian steamer
Alexander, l eiiKa. . ...
At present great difficulty la experienced in
procuring ship's crews. Not less than twelve
shine are detained on that account. Tbe Fir.
lng Eagle, tor Liverpool, being detained five
weacs. - . .' i , ,
There is still a fair trade, and rood demand
ror goods, rork is looking not also raw and re
fined sugars. Best lard, at 30 cents. Best but
ur, at 10 cents. Spirit) turpentine, at $i 10.
Theee are tho only changes since the last Pony
senator Latham bas. returned from a tour
through the State, during wbioh he addressed
people or moat or tb prlnoipal counties.
Hs reports the mlnlnr counties almost unani
mous lor tbe union. Be leavea for Wash
lot-ton on the 11th.
tbe movements or tbo politicians throughout
ins state are tnat tney are preparing lor four
polltloal Conventions, to be held at Saoramento
within one month. Tbey are very active. The
chance ie about even between the Douglas Dem
oorata and Republican for earryinr tbe State.
Lelland Stanford and T. G. Pbelps are tbe
leading Kepubiioan candidates for Governor,
witn tne prooaouitiea in ravor or tne former.
Gov. Downey. Eugene Casserlv. John Con
ness and John Bidweii, are among tho aspirants
tne iougus uoaet. ...
The principal federal officer appointed bv
the present Administration have filed their
bonds aad entered upon tbe duties of their of
Ooe million three hundred and sixty thousand
dollars bave bees subscribed toward tbe San
Franolsco and Ban Jose Railroad. The cost of
work is estimated at 13.000,000.
Tbe Clerk of the United States Qoartermaa-
Department at Braids, bas been, discharged
ov order of Gen. flnmiu... Ti. r.i.rV u
!LDoo?.Im Dea,00r' made use of language at
pwm u election oay, indicating a hostile
position to the policy of the present Adminis
It Is rsmsrked as a surprising clroumstanoe
that at no time during aeveral years past oould
real estate In San Franclaoo be sold at as good
prices- now, while the amount ef building
Improvements roles' on la Immnnaa.
ThO Renublioan nrlmar alontlnna In fin
Franolsco and Saoramento are favorable to the
nomination of Leland Stanford for Governor.
- General Johnson, who commanded at Salt
Litxe, ana more recently tbe Pacific Military
Department, has remained at Los Anglos In
this State, since General Sumner superseded
bim, and it does not seem to be known whether
oe contemplates Journeying eastward.
An acrimonious controversy Is going on be
tween the new Sub treasurer and tbe San Fran
Cisco Mint, aa to wbioh of these offloers shall
appoint the Caehler and Weighing Clerk In the
Sub-treasury Department. Two sets of clerks
have been consequently appointed, and both are
periormicg auty, ana tne old clerks still re
main to aaaist tbem. It seems to be a auarrel
whloh originated at Washington, and will have
to ena were.
Tbe Los Angelos Star, of the 8th, gives fur
ther particulars of Indian hostilities on the But
terfleld route. It says Samuel Almes of San
Diego, arrived at Los Angelos, May 31, with
intelligence tnat Bamnei liughes, Miller Bart
lett and F. Camp, who were gathering up stock
belonging to Mr. Hughes, were attacked by the
Apaches and killed. Four or five Mexicans,
who were with them, are missing, and it is sup
posed that tbey were killed.
At Stearns Peak, the other side of Luces, tbe
Indians attacked Mr. Glddlngs of the San An
tonio and San Diego mail line, killing tbe driver
and the two animals in team. Mr. McHeeze
of tbe Overland Mall, who waa on the stage,
and Mr. Giddiogs, bave not since been beard
from, and it is supposed they were killed.
Troops from Fort Buchanan are out scouring
the country in pursuit, and in search of the miss'
Wood's Hair Restorative.
We are not in tbe habit of puffing every new
discovery, for nine cases out of ten they are
quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure In
recommendics Professor Wood's article to all
whose hair is falllne off. or tutnlne grey. Our
welt known Contributor, Flnley Johnson, Eiq,
has exoerienced the benefit of its application,
and joins with ns In speaking of its virtues. Let
all try It and bald beads will be aa rare aa snow
in Bummer. Baltimore ramot.
Settlement of Accounts.
'l flx ObtnrrT Aoortrxra jrrri Bam fit'
X ed in th Probate Court of Irasltllo county, Ohio,
ana wuioo oro isr saaioment, , "
On Wendesday, tbe 24th day of July, A. D.
1001, to Wlti
The fitl acesunt of Jacob Lauer, sdmr. of Oiorgo
n onru, aec a: tut ncai account or xneoaoro uomatoek,
guardian of JCatell Morrow; tht final account of Claud
Aubert. guardian of alary Miller; th final account of
J. a. Koung. guardian of Mary U'Uarra; tb final ao
oonnt of William Norton. Executor of tne will of Cath
arine Slump deo'd: the final account of Etibar Van-
achoyok, admx. or Darld 0. Tanwhoyck, dao'd; th flrat
account of Mary T. Bryan, admx. of John I. Bryan,
dee'd; th tint account of Hiram Borror, guardian of
liswis a. torn; tno orit aooinnti or xnaodor uom
atoek, guardian ol Hall V. and Wooatar B. Morrow; th
flrat account of Samuel Bartllt, auardlaa of Charles B.
and 1arld B. Oowen; th Ant accounts of Iarl Bald
win, guardian or rittcher M. and Hannah X. Baldwin;
th first account of Jaooh Hlnehard and Mathilda Baohaa,
xooutora of th will of Geo. J. eacbaa, dao'd; tbo flrat
aooountof John MoOoy, guardian of Bobsrt Major; th
aecouu aoooum oi iaooo nonr, guaraian or sill a. aonr;
tho final account of B. B. Backer, ruardian of Adam
smith) th flrat account of B. B. Decker, guardian of
jaciion omiin, ana in nnai account or liairey colt,
guaraian at rames n aionr.
B. B. ALBEBT,
jex?dltwlw. Probsts Judge,
SUPPLIES FOR THE OHIO
- OHICs1 OHIO PZNIT ENTIABY, J
CoLoasci, Jans S3, 1881. )
SEALED PKOPOSALS WILL BE KEOBITED AT
ths offio until th filh da at Jalr. f lurntahlna
th Institution with
8,000 Pounela Fresb Beef , r
Per wak, dellnrsd la th four quarters, each week. In
cqusl proporiiona, on Mondays, Wtdneedays aad Fri
days, fromJulylh, 1801, to ths SOth day of Desember,
2,000 Pounds Corned Beef , '
Per week, from July 7th to Deoamber SOth, 1861. Th
Beef to be of good quality, clear of knuckl, bone and
Tha auautlrr to ba lncraued or dlmloliheit aa tha War-
uen may direst.
ALSO Bide will he rsceired at tha auna data, and fa'
tho earn lima, for th alear, rough and salt gross of ths
No bide will bs oomldered nnleee aallifaetnro aennrlta
for th faithful performance of th suns aocompsnlsi
No bids will be received upon the day of letting.
II. E. PassoNi, Directors. ,
J. J. Woob, I
JOHN A. PBENTICE, Warden
Clothing for Ohio Troops.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL Bit RB0E1TID AT
the office of A. D. Bullock. No. Id Waat Seannil
treat, Cinoinnstl, snd at tha Quartermaster General',
omca siuommnua, untrl Vt At. of BAXUBDAT, Jans
m urn., ivr we roiiowing supplies:
11,000 Regulation Orsrcoats, all-woo! sky blus Kersey;
4 000 Beiulatioa frock Coats, all-wool, heavy dark
bins oloth; .
4,000 Begulatlou psirs Trownri, all-wool, sky-bias
500 Regulation Caralry Jackets, beary, dsrk-bla
COO Betulatlon Caralry Trowsers, all wool, dark
bins Kenev. reinforced sonhla ninth-
500 Regulation Artillery Jacket,, all-wsol, hoary
600 Regulation Artillery Trawlers, all-wool, dark'
1,000 Regulation Overcoats f :r mounted men, sky
blue Ksrssy; ,
10,000 Pairs Regulation Booka;
a.OOObnlrts, gray mixed; . .
8.000 pairs Drawers, gray anion;
6,000 pairs Bhoss, pegged or sswed.
All ths aboTS are required to ba of matsrbtls snd style
sumipvuuujs u sTary repact to ins etats Army Rega
lampls psttsrns of eseh article win be fnrnlihed by
ths flute, snd may be seen on snd after tha SUth but., at
my office in Cincinnati, and at ths Quartermastsr Ges
Sral's offio In Columbus.
Bid, must bs msds separately for each artlole, the urns
to b Indorsed on snrslops.g
- For all accepted bide tho psrttsswlll be requited to
give bondi to ths State of Ohio, with sufficient aecurlty,
for ths faithful performance of tha flontrant anil In
ous of fatlurs in th time of delivery or in tho quality of
.uw (.ivM.a, oimuj marn, uie ngnt to praoare
them lewherat ths sxpenss of ths eontrsotor.
Payment to bs mads at ths plsaaurs of ths Bute with
in ninety days from ths completion of contract. AH
artlole, thall be subjsot to inspecUon before being re
ceived by ths 8Ute. .
Delivery to bs mtds st Oolumbui: one quarter within
ten days from date of contract, and to bs eonpleted
within thirty days, at the rats of ons fourth of whols
amount In saeh week thereafter.
No bid, for less than firs hundred pleees of any one
article will be considered.
Ohio manufactured goods will be preferred.
.. 0. P. BUOKINQTIAM
. r . - on AS. WHITTLEST,
ArmyOlothing Oommlisloasrs fur lbs Slats of Ohio,
Elegant Lace Llantillas,
SaAlBO" Ob SON. 7
No. 29 South High St.,
Hava just opened an Invoice ef very large- and
PUSHER, FRENCH. AND CU1NTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
Wde Feench Laces, foe , SnAWUB.
Very Deep Frenoh FIonnclDjf Laces.
ileal Thread, Frenoh, CbantUle & Geoevese
Taloncienuei, Point d. Gaze, Bruiiels
ana xnreaa Lacei and Collari. -
VALENCIENNE8 TRIMMED H'DKFS, v
MALTESE LACE COLLARS de SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS,
" " In netr Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS St CUFFS,
i For traptllor.
PRICES T7KTJ8TTAr,LT UOVT.
Traveling Dress Goods.
MOZAMBIQUE S, POPLINS, SHEPHERD'S CHECKS,
niin.s, rviu va uhbtres, ' 1
" LAYELLAS, BR00H1 TAH0iAI. Ac. ao.
, The best and most fasbionabls stylee la the slty, ' ,
AT,VEIRY UOVT PRICKS a'
- ' - ' aw ton,
J21 fr 'KHlHllieat.
BAIN & GON.
No. 29 South High Street, Columbus,
AB NOW Of rERIRO
tOOO yards XiarsUng Disss Ooods at 8K, value
MOO ysrds Travelint Dreas Ooods at va'ue SO ets.
8UU0 ysrds Engllth Borages at ViH, value 85 cents. ,
1000 ysrds Ironoh Organdie, at Wit value SO cents.
SOOn ysrds Put Colored Lswns at 10, Talus 1 eeuts.
luuu ysrds voaiara vreit biiks si vaiue su cents.
1500 ysrds Super Plain Black Bilk at 1 00. value $1 S3.
Robes of Organdie Be rage, and lngliaa Be rage, at one.
half their value.
BAIN fc SON,
' J9 !.' .'; St Booth High Strset.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
OonneotlngstOreatllns with ths PIITSBUBOH, IT.
WATNB at 0BI0AOO BAILROAD ..
Jbr JHtteburglt PhQaielpMa and talHmore. Mio
for lort Wayne and Chicago. . i.
OonnocUng at Cleveland with the LAKE SHORE RAIL
For Dunfclrk, rtnffaioe Albany IIos-
svsss ssna new isra,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
BXOEPI SUNDAY, ', ',' 'l'-,-- , '""
From Columbus, la eonneetloa with Trains on ths -
LITTLE PIIAJT1I AND COMTMBtTS
AND XEH1A BAILBOADS. ,
' IIBST TRAIN. ' 1 ,
NIGHT EXPBEBS.-Leaves 0olombnsat3.0 A.U (
will leave psssengera at all ststions south of Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Osrdlngton and Ollead, and
at all ststions north of Oallsn, arriving at Cleveland
at 0:00 A. M., Dunkirk 1:00 P, M., Buffalo 4 S5P. M.
Albany S.SO A. M., Now York 8:39 A. M., Boston :M
P. M., Plttatmrfh via Orattlioe 3.S0 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Ohlosgo via Crestline at TiJO P. U.
SECOND TRAIN." ' .
BNEW YORK XXPBI8S Leaves Oolnmbos al 11:10
a. m. Will atop atLewti Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), DeUwars, Osrdlngton, Gallon, OrastUne, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Clove and at 3:33 D. m.i Dnnairk, :X) p; m.i Buf
falo, 10:89 p. m ; Albsny, Bv5 a. m. New Yoik, 1:
S. m.i Boston. 4:40 p.m. This Train oonnectant Bhel
y for Ssndaeky, and at Oiafton for Toledo, arriving at
, i TMBD TRAIN. ' . i
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbas
st S.30 p. m. Will stop at all ststions South of
Shelby, and at Nsw London, Wellington, flrefton,
and Berea: arrlvlna at Cleveland at r:3U p. m : Huo
kirk, S:00s. m.; Buffalo, S:S0 a. m.; Albsny, 8:80 p.m.)
NswYork, 7310 p. m. Boaton. 1 1:4 J p. m.;.PlttsaargB,
ea CrwUlna. at 11:55 a. m.i Phtlsdslohla, LOO o. m.,
Ohlosgo, wfa Orvstllns, t:S a. ss. Tbls Train connects
at Shelby for Sandusky aad Toledo, srrtrlng at Toledo
aie:sop. s- - - ,
Patent Sleeping Can are run on! all
Blgat Tralni to Cmcago, Jlew :
York and Boston. '
Baggage ChtokeA Through to Neve Tori and Bolton
via ctsrwono, auo, to ruaatipnta ana
Nete Torkvia OreeUine. 1 !
Nltht Exnrsss arrives st Oolnmbos at... 11:15 P. M.
Cincinnati liznrsH arrives st Oolambas at 10:50 A. M.
Accommodation Kxprns arrival at Columbus at 7:50
Fare ae Low ae by any other Heato.
Atk for TicJutetUt Cretlline or Cleveland.
I. B. FLINT.
. . Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
....... JAMBS PATTERSON. Agent,
Oolambas, Jane 17, JBS1.
Ohio, White ; Sulphur . Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
This Favorite Resort, will be open
1 FOR ' VI8H0R3, ,
Juno : lO, 1061.
rssttLlM essuttaa aaaaaiM aeawe iai aaass, can aa
aOCOBTtOPiTID AT ttSCCIS SUTSS.
FOX BOOKS OS EJrOEMATIOS,
ADDRESS .. i. . , -.,'-,
..! . c J. A.BWATNIJ.'
Lewlt Center t . 0 Dilswsr Co.; OhIo
may Wj;dlmo. - - - i
OHIO UNION LOAN.
. - . .
Ornci or hi Ootiaianonas oy tsi Sisxisa TnitB,
n.,nH.n. rihiA i... in irai I
TBS Commissioners of ths Sinking Tund of ths Stats
of Ohio Invite subscriptions by tha people of the
Bute to the Loan of Two Millions of Dollars, anthoris
sd by tho aot of the General Assembly " To provide
mors effectually for ths desnc of the State against In
vaalon, passed Ags-11 SO, ial.
Certifies ts will be Inned In earns of tlOO, and op-
wara, payaois Juiy j, jooo, st in bum xroasury, near
lng Interest st ths rat of six per cent, per annum, pay
able leml-snnually, and by the act authorising the losa
free from taxation- ,
Subsorlptions will bs reoetved at the office of the Com
misiloners la the Oily of Columbus, at each of ths sol
vent banking institutions la ths State, and at ths several
County Treasuries la the State, antll the 1st dsy of
July, 1861. - . i . . ,
Interest will be oompntod and paid from the date of
ins aspoiit oi ins monsy at enter ot the placet above
K. W, TATTER, Auditor of Bute.'
' A. P. KDBSBLL, Secretary of Stat.
JAMES MURRAY, Attorney general,
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
. Corner SprlKtg 4c ifater Su
Ooliimbufl , OjtLlO.
W. B. P0TT3 & CO.,
led Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Outings,
rinwwa Brass nora oi ail inscriptions.
Electroplating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
For tbe INSTANT RBL1BI
and PERMANENT CURB ef th
distressing complaint oss
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 Nsataa St., M
f noe 11 per toxi aent rres by post.
fOR SALE AT All, DRUflrjUtl.
kurS-dfcwlyls . 2 .. - ,
THE UNION FOREVER!
TTNION ENVELOPES A UAK1TY OF
kj dsiigna, at m,w psr s,uw. .. :
TJKIOBT LETTEB 1STO VOTX PAPKS.
at hall the prloe shsrged by email dealers. ,
7H1AD QUARTS RS No. 79 South High street.
loiumuus, aay e, itwi. . e.u. uilux.
BLEACHED SnEETIIVO AND
SUIRTINOS, all widths, of most oslsbrated makes,
vw .huh ia piMw, Taneiy ana at very low prices.
BAIN a BON.
aprlU" Ko. M Booth Hlah strsst.
JJIOFFAT'S 1.IFB PILLd.
In all easse ef oosUronsss, dyepepsla, bullous and liver
affections, piles, rheumatism, revere aad agues, obttt
aate bssd acnes, and all general brangemsnts ot health
these Fills have Invariably proved a certain' and speedy
remedy, A single trial will place the Life Pills beyond
tne reach eroompeutloa In the eeUmetkm ol every pa-
Dr. Moffat's Pnomli Bitters will be found equally ef
aoadons la all eases of aerroM dsbiUty, dyrpepiisi, hsad
ache, tbe liclmsss incident to femalss la delieaU bsaltb,
ana every Had ef wsstasse ef the dlgssttve organs,
lor tale by Dr. TP. B. M01TAT, 335, Broadway, H. T.
and by all Druggists, t . " : i-r. , . v asay8Maelp
M a e - . i . a am
ina iouowidj u an ziraoi irom a
letter wrlttsn by the Est. I. I. Holme, paster of tbe
Flerrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, I. T., to
ths 'Journal and Messenger," Clnoinnatt, 0., aad speaks
volumes la favor ef that world-rsni. voed msdldns, Mas,-
Wtmvrw's loorarns Strop roa Osnxsajm Taarsnwi
"Wseeesa adverttsmsat to voar ooiamna sf Has
F'Zlum!i 00T""a 0 w aavee said a word
mvorcf a Mteat medietas before la ear Ufa.-but ws
fssl eompslled to say to your readers that this la ae hum de
esMiSSnss ttfWfllrilsl tFiaSMn lAUKIslV UT.lS.
ham, Jlass., begs to call the attention of the public to
the following emphatlo recommendation of Waltham
Watches, by ths leading practical Watchmakers anl Jew
elers throughout the United States. Ths entire Hat of
llgnatutei to It ll quits too long for publication la ons
advsrtlssment; but ths names prsiented will bs rseog
nlssd by thois acquainted with ths Trade as being In th
hlgbeit degree respectable and and Influential. At thslr
stUbfuiimenUniay always be found the genuine Watch
es or the Company's manufacture, in great variety.
Blgnatarei from many cities and towns not folly
resented in this Hit will appear ia a future adrcr
' ' i: TO THS PUBLIC.
The undersigned, practical Watchmakers and dealers
Walchss, having bought and sold American Watchi a
a number ef years put, and having dsilt in all kinds o
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, bs t
state that they have never dealt In Watches which, ss
elass, or In Individual Instances, avs been more satis
factory to themselves or customers, whether In respect
durability, beauty of flnlih, mathematically correct lit
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, cr
fine time-keeping reeulte, than those msnufactrfied
the Waltham Company.
N. 1. CRITTENDEN,
JAMES J. ROBS,
B. JENKINS At CO.,
WM. WILSON McOREW,
KING 4t BROTHER
J.T. aE. M. EDWARDS,
JOHN H. HOBBE,
W. H. RIOHMONO,
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felted hp foreign aunantctnrera, ws bave to Inform the
public that ae watch la tf ear production which la unao
eompanltd by a eertUbele of genulnensss, bearing the
namberet the watch, and signed by enr Treasurer, B.
RobMaaief srr prsdsoossors, Apple ton. Tracy St
As Ihsse iiataheg ire for sals by Jewslers generally
tBrotunooj the Vnloa, the Amertoaa Watch Comnan
not solicit orders for singis watenss.
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