FRIDAY MORnTnO, JUNE 38. 1861.
Meeting of the Democratic State Central
Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee.
Th. Dfunoontlo 8tte Central Committee will
meet in the city of Columbus on Friday, July
6, 1861, at 2 o'clock, F-j M A geoem ant
attendance li requested.1 ' '
WM. MOUNT, Chairman.
W. J. JACKSON, Secretary
June 28, 1861.
June 28, 1861. Was President Lincoln Guilty, of
Treason in his Inaugural?
Tbe telegriph 'or reibet the Agent of the
Associated Press, through toe telegraph, bit
spread ell over lbs country ft special dispatch
from Washington to the New Yoik Herald, in
hick It U uld that "a spirit le being .routed
that will result la piecing the i who shell
dare offer a proposition to compromise with
traitors in the esme category, end to., hug
The above. esnouMement coining from the
National Capital, mat be taken by some as
having the sanction of the AdminlstraUon, at
it le addressed to a waper a' fierce lor the con-
tiouaace'of t.he war to the last extremity, at It
wae Tlolent In lu opposition at the commence
ment of hostilities,, t v i ' 1 ' . Til
The idea of hanging the mta bo shall dare
nroDose ooenioK affotiatUns with a view
puttlDg an end to the civil w'ar now rsgiDg, for
the expression, compromise with Ueitors,"
r.n mean no -more than this, reminds ods of
an assertion made by President Lmcsln in his
Inaugural-' Addressing hit countrymen, the
"SuspoM you go to r, y a cannot fight alwayii and
k. .ft.. nh loaa an both eidee. ana BO IUQ SB
either, you mm Hgnting, tbe btenural queetioni as to
Imi of Intercoune aro again upon yon.
Was this a treasonable suggestion In Pretl
dent Liwcolm? la bis opinion- we cannot fight
always; there must come a time when fighting
will cease, and negotiations be opened with
"traitors" on the identical questions as to terms
of intercourse which were sgltated before the
The President may Have been right or wrong
in thu ttmnt. That ia a Question we do
not undertake at present to decide, but are con
lent to leave It to hit party to settle among
themselves. They can denounce him as a
. traitor, if tbey choose, and call for his deposi
tion and executioo; bat still we think thai at
any stage of the war, the discussion of the
propriety of its longer continuance may be em
inently proper and patriotis. It w evident that
sueh a discussion must be had some time or
other, or the war will be interminable.
The New Republican Agitation.
The Republican papers all over the country
are agitating the question of compromise and
peace. Tbey tay it Is treason to meddle with
the subject, and jet they are all the time com
mitting that soit of treason. They spread be
fore the world what they allege are the secret
plans of conspirators tfgainst the Government
for patching np, as they ssy, a dishonorable
peace, and they threaten the Administration
with their direst vengeance, if it shall listen to
' any such propositions. -. , -
If any proposals tor a settlement of our Na
tional difflaultles have been, or should be laid
before the President and his Cabinet, Ate? ought,
in fairness, at least, nntil the nature of such
proposals is officially made public, to be consid
ered as competent to decide whether It it proper
to take them into consideration, or to put the
proposals into the fire and hang the proposers
There sre two tlasses of men the ultra Abo
Htloniste of the North and the ultra Secession
ists of the South who live in perpetual nervous
anxiety and mortal fear lest the war should be
ided before their darling schemes aro realised.
They are both beat on one of two things either
that the Government shall be administered ac
cording to their sectional standard, or the Union
dissolved. Any peace or compromise effected
without accomplishing one or the other of these
paramount objects, will in their view be die
honorable and treasonable. ' And he who, In
either section, shall dare propose a cessation of
the war on any other terms than those these ex
tremlste dictate, will bo pronounced a traitor,
and his immediate execution demanded, either
at the hands of the Government or of a mob.
Between these two classes of sectional ultra
1st are interposed the great masa ol the people
the true Union-loving men of the country.
These are firm, united wnd inexorable In one
determination to. discountenance all sectional
agitation, and to have peace restored whenever
the Rebels shall lay down their arms and return
to their allegiance to the Constitution and the
laws. They will not listen to, and do not wish
lobe troubled with, any plane of compromise
into which this acquiescence In and submission
to the Constitution and laws does not enter as
the main condition. They ara willing, as they
always have been, to concede something for the
sake of peace; but not one single principle em
bodied In the Constitution. " - ' '
The New Republican Agitation. When Will our Army move South !
This question Is common; but as yet the only
answer that can be given Js.'i Don't know."
Prom Indications by telegraph,' which we re
gard as Tory unreliable, It appear that it has
tuwn iitmnind that there will be no further
movement of the great body of our troops, an.
til after the meeting, and perhaps the adjourn
naiit. of the extra session of Congress, which
oommenoet on the dth of July.
One of the ressons for this, assigned by the
New York papers, Is that the AdminlstraUon
does not want the action of Congress influenced
bv the success or reverse of our army, which
may take place, If battles are fooght while
Congress is in session. ' -
. Without considering the propriety of deley
at this time, we think the idea, so far W the
effect upon Congress; Is concerned, Js a. good
one. .. , , . t f , j, u T, . , ,, . .
We bad a slight morsel of experience of the
effect npon legislation here this spring. Every
edict of Gov. Dhnisow, General CaRaurarow or
General WooD,or any . other! General, only
needed General Somebody tq run post bast Into
the Legislature, with a telegraphic dispatch,
announcing the firing at Fort 8u ester, or
thing else that the Rebel were doing, and the
edict was registered ioetanter. Every member
who desired to rnd a bill before he voted npon
it wss denounced, and bis loyalty to bis country
questioned. , ''
Having this experience of the danger which
attend leglelnttoo, under such an excited state
of feeling as would be produced by the victo
ries or reverses which may follow our gallant
men In th field, we are certain it wonld be
much better for the country, if all legislation
could be enici i tvitbout such influence opera
tlotjg upon the members.
At to whether it will be good policy in a mili
tary point of view we leave that for those who
are charged with its management ; It is prob
able, however, that that policy will not be
adopted, as Gen. Gatttt, of the Tribunt, In
hit last ptper, gives the following order from
his ttnclum i
"Forward to RlcXmondt forward to Blekmonit
Th JUbM Gonortis mutt not t4 aUound to mttt tir
ra t4 SOtk of Jvlvl Bt that bitb tbb ruci aorr
IS BBLB It HI SUTtOBAIi AnMTl'' . .. , '
We suppose Lincoln, Scott and all tubordi-
nets officers must obey!. : . ..
BT The country is looking forward with pro
found anxiety for the forthcoming message of
Mr. Lincoln to the extra session ol Congress
Many fear that the frequent journeys of th ir
repressive to Washington, such as Wilson,
Wans, Colfax , &o. etc., and the giving! out of
th telegraph that they have the ear of the oc
cupant of th Whit House, if true, as they
are believed to be, may have an influence to
mould the Executive message, snd thus give a
turn to th war not designed in th President's
Proclamation or contemplated by the volunteers
who have so nohly responded to it. The ap
pointment of ultra fanatical men in such large
numbers, both In the civil and military depart
ment, a have recently taken place, ha had
tb effect to Increase and strengthen the appre
hensions to which we refer, and cause the deep
est anxiety on the subjeot. It Is to bo presumed
that Mr. Lincoln will stand by bis Proolama
tion, aud that in his message he will keep with
in th sphere of that document. Standing on
it, ho may expect th. united support of ths peo
ple; but if ho putt any of the fanatical doctrines
of Republicanism Into it, he will weaken his
position, and speedily break down, his Adminis
tration. While th country will sustain him in
every proper and legal effort td uphold the
Constitution and execute' the laws, the people
will renudiate the views and wishes of, the
hither law irrepressiblee.no matter how strong
jf tbey may be advocated and indorsed, or by
whom they are expounded.,, , ...
The Union Party !
- The Cleveland Hertld and Leader Sgree upon
the proposition to bury; the Republican party
but thev disagree a to th mode of inaugurat
ing the new party. The' Mirtld proposed to
nominate a ticket by equal proportions of the
Democratio and Republican State Central Com
mittees. The Lfdtr objects to this, and thinks
it bad better be done by a Convention, a has
usually ben, by th old parties. w It appears to
be a difficult point for these papers to fix up.
Do a yon will, gentlemen, yon will all, if yon
live, tee the old Nation!, Union DmoctaTio
nartv in the field, their ticket composed of
good, sound Union men.
tT Some of the Republican editors of Ohio
Indeed we may say most of them appear to
talk about the war and it object and purpose,
and th term and only terms npon which it caa
bebroughttoa close, with a remarkable and
readv confidence and aptness. One would come
to the cocci as ion, If not otherwise Informed, that
these Repablicsa editors were terrible fellow in
peec and In war, that they were statesmen of
the first order and equal to the elder Napoleon
in courage and military skill. J . . .
It is amusiog to read their daily production.
They will have this thing done In this wsy and
that thing done in the other way and" all the
movements, civil and military, must accord
with their diotation. Thus they appear on pa
per; but that! all, for a more Ignorant set of
scamp could net well e fonnd, and as for ex
posing themselves in the Army and entering the
enemy's country, that they will never, never,
do. Such chaps bad better "dry up." Thej
appear io a very ridiculous light; and their daily
speculations, propositions and predictions, have
no influence with sensible reflecting people.
BT If onr neighbor of the CruU expect to
be taken Into the old Union Democratio ranks
in full standing, without going through a reg
nlar cours of probation, he must mend his
manners and Improve hi temper vastly; and
withal ha must learn to tell the troth, when
peaking of his neighbors and political friends,
These conditions must be complied with, and if
they be not, we shall have to apply the lash to
the "Old Wheel Horse" and that would be
very unpleasant; but If compelled to do eoi we
shall handle th criUer "without gloves." We
most and will hav subordination In the ranks.
The Union Party ! The Republicans--John J. Crittenden.
The Republican press, is ."vilely'!, bitter
against Mr. Cstttwdin, because It is said hs
propoeee to offer om proposition at tbe extra
session of Congress looking to a settlement of
our national troubles, and may put an end to the
war. Tbi was to be expected Some days since
we laid, "We mike the prediction-that in a
very abort time the "irrepressible" Republicans
who are pretending to bs Union men par txttU
Une will be bitter in their denunciation of the
Union men who have been elected." etc. Oar
prediction has been verified much sooner than
we expected.. . ... .
: A Republican paper ssys, "hang the compfo-
misers," and then proceeds to pour out It vials
of wrath on Mr. Cbtttindin' gray head, and
all thoee who think with him, and hav . been
elected a Union men in Kentucky.
Now there is nothing more clear, than that
all tbi apparent rejoicing by the Republicans
over tbe Union victory in Kentucky, le the most
arrant bypocrlcy. ' ''' - ',: ; .'
Gen. McClellan and Gen. Buckner.
"After all the criticism 'of th Republican
tear ( '.) papers on th reported conduct of Gen
MoCluxan relativ to Kentucdy neutrality
matter It appear that be mad no arrange
ments as reported by Gsn. Bccxwik. Tb fol
lowing dispatch explain the matters ' '
GRAFTON, VA., June 26.
To Cspt. W. Nxlsoji, U. 6. Nary, Cincinnati:
Mv interview with Gen. Backoer waa per
sonal not official. It was , solicited by him
more than once. , , . i. '
I made no etinulaUonsoa tbe part of th Gsn
era! Government, and ; regarded his voluntary
promise to drive out ine iomeueraie iroopi as
the oalv result of the interview. , Hi letter
lives his views not mine.
G. B. McCLELLAN.
War on Appointments.
Tbe New York Tibun$ and Cincinnati Cm-
mercM call upon the Senate to reject om of
Mr. Lincoln' appointment. They are con
tinually whipping Lisooiw over Camhon'I
back. , Why do thief, The President make all
these appointments; or ought to do so.i i t
Turn Kiruta at ths Batth of Gbit
BmrcL. Th Washington correspondent ef
the Cbioaro root, who baa lot' returned from
tbe battle field of Great Bethel, says: ' t- .'
- But tbe saddest part of that diKgraceiariffair
will Barbae never b koowa. Tas dead the
murdered will not fall very far abort of one
hundred may reach ture hundred. You
tiara had - the account ot Major .Wiothroo'a
death; but the sad story of the no lees gallaut
privates will never be written. ' They are not
the lose entitled to honor, even in their death,
than tbe gallant officer who fell In tbi anMr;
and It I distressing to know that even for a
time the fact of their being killed will be kept
KTAs tola it th first official report of any of
the "Confederate" officers of the Great Bsthel
affair, wo publish It as a curiosity: ,
THE BATTLE AT BETHEL—OFFICIAL REPORT OF COL.
YORKTOWN, Va., June 11, 1861.
xioa J. rr. Hif, uoveruor or jyorut vronna;
Sis I have ths honor to report that 800 men
of my regiment tod 360 Virginian were en
gaged tot bZ bouts- with t) regiments or me
enemy at uotoei lynaron, nine mues irom
Hampton, this afternoon.
The enemv made lore distinct ana won sus
tained charges, bat were repulsed with heavy
lues. Our cavalry pursued them for six miles,
when their retreat became a total rout. I ear
ing that heavy re-lnforcements would be sent
up from fortress Monroe, we felt back at nlent
fall npon onr works at Yorktown. I regret to
report the loss of oar man killed, private Henry
L. wyatt. Ldescombe uuards,... and seven
wonnied.. ... .
The loss of the enemv bv their own confes
sion was ISO, but it may be aafely estimated at
250. ... .
Oar regiment behaved most gallantly. Not
a man shrunk from bis post or snowed symp
toms of fesr. When more at leisure I will
sive von a detailed renort of the operations.
Oar Heavenly Father . has most wonderfully
Interposed to shield our beads in the day of bat
tle. Unto bis great name be all the praise for
D. H. HILL,
Colonel 1st Regiment N. C. Volunteers.
ITT The foUowinc is taken from the New
York Obsersrr, a religions paper i - '
Uphold tbi Comtitction The CaMtltntion
la of more value than all the Presidents, from
Wsshington to Lincoln; of more vslue than
fifty Souths or Norths; of more value than mil
lions of lives or money. - And when the daily
nowananerB aneak ot settinsr aside the Constitu
tlon because Its proviajons make the work of
war too slow, they are preparing the way for
anotner revolution. -'
' If this war cnnot be carried- on under the
Constitution, then it is a wicked war, and the
men who are waging it are tyrants and deepoto,
whose feet srs on the necks ot the people al
ready. One of the daily papers of tbis city, a
leading journal, high In the confidence of the
Administration, thus prepares (be way for the
approaching session of Cengresat
"Coneress will set as If invested with the
power of a National Convention; for in merely
sanctioning, what the Executive bss already
done, In the levying of troops for three yean
in the ate of snsonropriated moneys for extra-
ordinarv sinenses, and io its appointments, It
will have to transcend Ibe authority ol the Con
stitution. And there csn be no hesitation, not
onlv in nnnrovine these sets, but, if necessary
resorting to other measures equally unwarranted
by the precise letter oi mac ineirumeni.-'
It mav be useless for the friends of the Con
stitution to rsise a voice ot remonstrarce at
this stage of ths business, and in the present
ttste of the ccblio mind. Bat we fear that the
men who propose to st aside first the Govern
ment, and now the Constitution, ars preparing
to divide the North and inaugurate another
war. far more tremendous than the one now on
onr bands. When the American people come
to understand that it is seriously contemplated
to make this wsr subversive of the Constitu
tion, tbey will arise In their majesty, and id a
way not to be misunderstood, rescue and pre
serve the charter of our liberties. These are
perilous times, and the only man fit to be trust
ed is he who stands fast to the letter or tbe
instrument that make tbi a safe and perma
The Douglas Fund.
At the meeting of the Douglas Committee,
held in Washington Friday evening', tbe follow
ing auxiliary committees lor unio, Indiana,
Illinois and Kentucky were appointed:
Ohio Hon. George . fugb, iMniei r.
Rhode, Hon. P. Chase, Judge Henry B.
Paine, John W, Gray, Hon. John Sherman,
Col. McCook, Hon. John A. Gurley, Hon. S.
3. Cox, Hon. D. Tod, Washington McLean;
James B. Steadman. '
Indiana. Hon. Caleb B. Smith. Hon. John
G. Davis, Hon. William S. Holman, Hon. Henry
S. Lane, Hon. S. Coltax, Hon. A. G. Porter,
Hon. voornees, l turning.
KiNTTcxr. Hon. John J- Crittenden, Col.
Harney, George D. Prentice, Hon. John C. Ma
son, Col. Kosseau, tlon. iticnara m. otanion,
on. Wm. Anderson. Hon. Green Adams.
Illinois. Governor Yates. Hon. William
A. Rlcbardaon, Hon. Isaac N. Morris, Hon. 8.
Marshall, Hon John A. mcClernand, Hon,
John A. Losan. Hon. O. H. Browning, Hon
Eastman, tlon. uavio uage, James w.
Shehan.J. M Douglas.
James' Rifled Cannon.
A laree nartv of invited sroests went down
the Bay on Saturday , on tbe steamer Key State,
to witness experiment with James' rifled can
non, made from a tng boat chartered for tbe oo
oaaion. The tun is rifled in the ordinary man
ner, with an exnandine twist, but tb projectile
is peculiar. It is conical, with a fringe of lead
and canvass at tbe base, which is forced into tbe
groove when th gun is discharged, snd com
oletelv fills them, preventing any loss of ex
plosive powder. Shells are constructed on tbe
same nrinciole. which are exploded by a nipple
at tbe apex, wnicn, woeu it buiku any oojeci
whatever, ignites a cnarge insiae oy me agency
of a vercuaslon cap, and blows the shell to
atoms. Tbe inn used on Saturday were a 100
pounder and a bras field piece, of the common
6-pound calibre, but carrying a bolt weighing
13i lb. No tarset had been aet up, and the only
object of tbe experiment was to demonstrate
tb long range of the gun and the explosive
character of tbe shells. This was satisfactori
ly done. Ths small piece, at an elevation of
19 degrees, sent shot over four miles, and the
large, at an elevation of 18 degrees, carried
shot no less a distance, Tbe shells, invariably
exDioded when tbey struck tbe water, scatter
ing fragments in every direction. Tbe amount
of nowder used In each sun was exactly one
eighth the weight of the shot, or one half as
much as ths U. 8. service charge On the way
back to town, a meeting was organised by ap
Doineinar G. W. Blunt Chairman, and Chas. P.
Kirtland Secretary, to express the opinions
tbe invited eueats npon tbe merits of benerai
James' invention; and Capt. Joseph Comstock,
Lieat. Almy, and Richard Warren were named
a committee to draft resolutions. After speeches
by Mr. Dickenson, Collector Barney, Caleb
Lyons, of Lynsdale, and Mr C. P. Kirtland, the
committee made a report, wnicn was rannea
recommending tbe Government to adopt Gen
James' Invention. 'ear. er lommerce.
Cause of the Mob at Milwaukee.
A 'gentleman who Is familiar with the Stat of
affairs at Milwaukee, give tbe loiiowiog his
tory of the causes which have led to the present
dlfnenitles: ; v, . . ? ..
- Some three months sgo, about forty country
banks were thrown out by insDanxsoi unicago
on accoant of tbe character of their securities,
their entire asset being in Southern bond.
Subsequently th remaining banks met In con
vention at Milwaukee, and agreed to reoeive on
deposit tbe bill of all bank which were then
considered good some eighty ia number nntil
the 1 first dsy of December, when their new
benkinc law come into effect. By that law.
tbe banks of tbe State were not obliged, between
March and the first of December to redeem their
bills in specie. " -'" " '
Recently, several of the banks In Milwaukee
which wsrs represented in roe Junkers' conven
tion. v'.s i tbe State Bank, Bank ef Milwaukee
Jnnean Bank, and Mitchell' Fir Insurance
Company, the heaviest in Wisconsin, repudia
ted their own action, and refused the bills of the
eonntry bank. -This action prevented tbe
country dealer from making payment in ths
nsaal way to wbolesal merchants of Miiwsu
kee, canting great interruption and difficulty io
their business.. Hence tbe uprising, and mobo-
cratio demonstration. ., . ,: ,
The Nsw Stats or Viwmu.-Tbe special
Washington dispatch to tbe Cincinnati Enquirer
sayss : ... . .
The first official account of the Government
alibis point recognizing tbe new Provisional
Government at Wheeling as tbe State Govern
meat of Virginia, took place to-day, in having
reemlar official intercourse witb Governor Pier-
poot, communicating, to him the apportionment
of Virginia for the Tbirty-eJghth Congress.
The Legislature has been convened to meet
in the new Custom House, Wheeling, on the 1st
of Joly.prox. , ,., .. . ,. r.
Oovamor Pleroont. Las usnsd an order lot
the election of Senator, to represent Alexandria
and Fairfax counties id the Legislature. '
By the De Soto.
The followlnc nroolsmatlon had been isated
by Valerlo, General of Division, and Politioal
Governor of the Province or St. J ago:
T the ftopUi
Having been Informed that a conspiracy is on
foot against public ssfety and order, tbe princi
pal instigators of which bar beta apprehended;
and knowing also that ther are many persons
in tbe oity who are trying to seduce the troops
etationed here, and that tbe revolt that took
place in Moca latt night, though already sup
pressed, might give a new impulse to tbe bad
psssiont of tbe enemies of public tranquility;
and wishing to preserve order in tbe provinoe
under our care, we ordain:
That after Vespers tbe authorities shall pre
vent any group of three or more persons as
sembling In the streets. That the patrols who
should be charged to make the round of the
city shall fire on all those who should not strict
ly obey this order. ' ....'.
We order and direct also, that all places
where solrits are sold, shall be olosed at th
same time, nnder a nenaltv of 150 Spanish, or
six days' Imprisonment, against tb owner of
such place, without distinction oi sex or sge.
Those who should contravsne tbis order shall
be judged by a Military Court, and the penalty
of death shall be applied to those who in any
threaten the public peace. - -
SANTIAGO, May 3, 1860.
A letter dated St. Domingo, May 4, says:'
The news which I gave yon In my last re
specting the dissatisfaction in tbe East, is con
firmed bv the facta mrhleh dailvcome to light
The nation is Indignant at bavins been sold and
betrayed. The people appear to nave requires
time to realize and understand what has actual
ly taken place Thev begin now to conceive
the measures that must have been taken pri
vately loos aex to Insure what has taken place
Tbe disarmine of tbe people baa produced its
fruits in Moca, where tbe population, without
firearms, have begun to struggle.
. A movement has tsken place at Asua, where
seven persons were shot.
Tbe news received here made such an im
pression that a reinforcement was asked from
Porto Rico. Spain finds herself engaged in
such a labyrinth that she could not have fore
seen. She accepted a taik, by the annexation,
tbe trouble of which she did not expect to be
As to Santaena. nlaccd In an untenable posi
tion, pressed on the one hsnd by the French
Consul to treat with the Hardens, threatened
on the other bv a formidable revolution, he rep
resented to Gen. Seibano that the time for se
curing Santo Domingo has arrived, and, of
course, they carried out their project. Tbey
pretended to be able to silence opposition with
Tbey begin to feel already that 30,000 would
not be too many, rrora Le jjamaiie w hirucj
Axua to Porto Plata, conspirsoy is everywhere
Ten years mast be required to smother it.
What la most Gainful Is to see that all there
spectable and enlightened portion of the people
are aasoected. and vou will see by the list of per
sons arrested in Cibao, what are the politics of
tbe Soaniards decapitate the nation so ss to
govern tbe mass the more essily.
There is such infamy in the acts of the
Spsnish agents here, that makes one doubt tbe
civilisation ot our time.
la Cibao thev have arrested: Benjamin Roias,
Vice President of tbe Republic of Cibao; Sell-
sorio Curiel: Sebastian Talverde, brother of
Ex President Talverde; Jacob Morel, Juan Fran,
clico Espallard, Commandant Isadore Jimenez,
Bono, Ex Editor of tbe Uibao, Ex-benator.
Letter from Mr. Corwin.
A private letter from onr ¬
dor, dated Mexico, lutb May, tarnishes the loi-
lowing extract: -"I
am here in eood health. - Everything' ro
latine to the government is in disorder, and the
papers will tell you more than I can. -
"Tbe people here will soon have correct ideas
concerning our civil war, tbe origin of which,
and the grounds assumed by South and North,
are very little known. I arrived here a week
ago, and am waiting the appointment of a Min
later of Foreign Affaire, in order to be received
Tbe British and Belgian Mlnlsterr both wait
for tne same reaton. uooa mc,mj menu
God bless you."
The' following is a list of tue members of
Congress elected at tbe late special eleotkmt
1st District usury u. uurnet, (state Kigntsj
3d District James S. Jackson, vice Samnel
3d District Henry Grlder, vie Francis M
4th District Aaron Harding,. vice William
6th District Chas. A. Wickliffe, vice John
6th District Georce W. Danlape, vice Green
7th District Robert Mallory, re-elected
8th District John J. Crittenden, vice Wil
liam E Simms.
9th District Wm. H. Wada worth, vice Lv
ban T. Moore.
10th District John W. Menzior, vioe John
What is to be Done With Mr. Harvey.
The delay la the caw of Harvey continual toexcite In
difnaot comment. Jt hat not ret been determined eith
r to noall or retain him. The Secretary of th Interior
ala a day or two ego. tnat nr. iiarrey had "done noth
lna which any loyal oitixen might not hav done." Bat
I am Informed, on th belt minority, tnat all the proof.
againn rmm nave aot yei Mn aua Known to all the
member or tne uaunet. ant way the Ocly In demand
ing their production? There I good reaaon to believe
that they are of th molt damning character. Toleration
even of loch a luiplcion argue a complicity In aome di
rection, or, at leait, lack of a proper aenae of dignity and
elf-reipect among eom who itand higher thu foreign
miniatere. The people Will not be content with a hub
ing np of thii matter, to inlt th psrpoaei of any perion
or perion whatsoever. Mr. Harvey muat be unequivo
cally earoneraiea ny in iacu in u cat, or recalled
diigraee, or th Admlniitratlon muit ihar in the odlnm
of hii retention. The delay to aet in thii can, together,
with th promotion of th traitor aad seeetiloniit, Major
Kmory, ar everywhere mbjectt of indignant comment.
Unlet remedied, .they will do mora to demoralize the
puDlks aervlce and to weaken the hand! of the Qorern-
ment than all the pranoua trteebary and deiertlon which
hav aharactarlied thii rebellion; for the Admlniitratlon.
not content, with amild tolerance of treaaon. openly, ani
w vn auguat oi ail loja, eiuaena, rewarai n.
Tbe above is from the New York 7Vt6une,s
Washington correspondent. It wonld seem,
that the Administration is not content with
showing a mild toleration for traitors, but is
really rewarding them!!
Siaioos Fisit in the MlCBiaatt Wood. A
letter from Lexington, Stnltao connty, to tbe
Detroit Tribune ssys:
Reports of the loss by fire on Saturday last
continue to be received. Already we have re
ceiver reuaoie iniormation or tne destruction of
five dwelling bouses, with all or nearly all their
contents, several Darns ana midges, two school-
houses, ana an unlimited, amount of fence.
, . . i . ....
lenoiug material, lumoer, logs, ana DOlts. :
Only one mill reported burned as yet that
belonged to Mr. Wakely, some .six miles north
of tbis. Farther news is brought in by those
living north end west as they arrive, and there
mutt have been a large amount of property de-
stroyea oeionging to moee my prepared to sus
tain tne loss, many tamuies are literally turn
ed out into the woods witb no means, but witb
wining oearts ana reaay oanas wherewith to
build again. - . " '
ILT The steamer Niagara presented a besuti
fnl spectacle last night. From her towering
masts and rigging innumerable lights of bril
liant and gorgeous hues were displayed durina?
tbe entire evening beacons, doubtless, to some
wanaermg companion on tbe deep, as this
morning a newly arrived steamer lay close
nnder the guns or tort fickensv Pentaeola
HoatAH ton Ashtasuls! We are informed,
upon tbe authority of a gentleman who left
Columbus yesterday, that a company for ths
war bad arrived tbere from Ashtabula countv.
and that eighty-six of the elghtv-nine members
of it were Democrats. Tbere are only nine
hundred Democratio voters In the county to five
toousana nepuoiioans. enquirer
What Bhi Had Rathkb Do. The follow
ing is going tbe rounds of tbe papers: A maiden
lady in Bjton, on reading tbe account of tbe
marriage of Miss Georgians Ives, at Chicago,
to young Bently, who saved her from drowning
at ths sinking of the steamer Lady Elgin, said
"It's a very romantic affair, no doubt; bat I
woeld ratber.be drowned any time than to sit
half tbe sight With a young man on s piece of
wreck in my night gown!"
From Grafton, Va.
We dip the following items from the special
dispatches to the Commercial of the 27th:
General Sohleloh'a Brigade will consist of the
Third, Fourth and Tenth Ohio Regiments. The
seventh will also probably be assigned blm. Ma'
or Hugh Ewlnir Is Actinic Assistant Adjutant
Gsneral in his staff. .
The sixteenth Ohio ia stationed near Cheat
River Pass, to guard a bridge four miles dls'.ant
on the turnpike.
There Is a very strong concentration or troops
at Clarksvllle and -Phillippi, with abundant
means of transportation.
Two Indiana Regiments advanced from Clarks
burg, to-day, toward Pulllippl. Tbe Tenth Ohio
arrived nere this morning.
The Fifteenth Ohio baa been. accepted for three
years, with the privilege to rcoruit. rour hun
dred ol tne present regiment will go.
Thi Constitution ano th Flo Gsrrison's
Liberator has at its besd this motto:
"The United States Constitution Is a cove
nant with death, and an agreement with hell."
The same paper contains a call, signed oy
Garrison and others, for a meeting on tbe
Fourth of Julv. In Framlnchsm (Mats.) Grove,
of all those "whose hone is to see in the star-
spangled banner, ere tbe present civil conflict
terminates, int lymooi or uncanauwnm nn-
nation from ocean to ocean."
' . ....-a. . A . T
Does tbe Msg represent the uonstitntion i ir
so, how is the latter "an agreement wun ueu,
and the former "the symbol of unconditional
emancipation from ocean to ooean?" Jonrnal
of Com. '.
Muaoia or ths First Mate or an Amikican
Visiil at Havana Tbo steamship Columbia,
which arrived from Havana yesterday, brought
as nrisoner Cbas. Ramez.aChilian.chareed with
the murder oi it. m. e.mory,nret maveoi toe
America bark Ooean Traveler, ot Ueltast, me ,
at the nort of Havana, on tbe 17th of May. It
..... (vl ' M - -
seems that on that date a scums occurrea on
board tbe vessel between the mate and Rames,
arlains out ef the Insolence of the latter, dur
Ine which Rames inflicted a stab noon tbe mate,
. . . nn.L
from tbe eneots of woion n aiea on mo sum
of Jane. Tbe prisoner was taken to the United
States District Attorney's office, where an or
der for bis commitment was made out. Another
band on board th Ocean Traveler, named John
Myers, is implicated in the murder, but be now
lies sick in the hospital at navana 1. j.
The Dayton Journal of the 26th says.
Hon. F. P. Blair. Jr.. of Missouri, passed
. . . . - -i. . , t
through this city, yestemay, en route lor wagn
Iripton. As oomoanions'in his lournoy, he had
an immense Newfoundland dog, found in tbe
derted camn at Booneville, and a neero with
a rusty sword banging oy bis siae.
rr Greeley, of the New York Trlbnne, is
getting more irrepressible. Tbe disunion papers
South rspubliah what Greely says; it's tbe beet
artillery thev have. Greeley is falling out with
tbe Administration, and hints strongly mat
there are traitors in the camp. He belongs to
that class North, who wish slavery abolished
or the Union divided. Lou. Vim.
Wood's Hair Restorative.
We are not in the habit of puffing every new
dincoverv. for nine esses out of ten they sre
quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure in
recommending froiessor woou s article io an
whose bair is tailing Oil, or turning grey, uur
well known Contributor, Finley Johnson, Esq.,
ha oinerivnced the benefit of its application,
and joins with ns in speaking of its virtues. Let
all try It and bsld beads will bess rare ss snow
in Summer. Zrtuimors rainoi.
SUPPLIES FOR THE OHIO
i i ' OFFICE OHIO FENITENTI ART, I
Coluhsoi, Jane 82, 1601, j
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BR RECEIVED AT
th office umil th O'.h day of July, for luraiihlnt
1 2,000 Pound FresU Beef
Per week, delivered In the fonr aotirteri. each week,
eaual DroDoriloni, on Mondavi, WedotwUyi and Fri
dTi, from July 7th, 1861, to the 20th day ol December,
, 2,000 Pennda Corned Beef
For waek, from Jaly 7th to December SO'.h. lfcCl. The
Beef tt be oi zood quality, clear or knucaie, tone ana
The quantity to bt increased or dlminuhed ai the War
den mey direct. '
ALoU nidi win be received at me asm date, and to
th earn time, (or th olear, rough and aalt greaie of
Mo nidi will bteonitdered anleaa aatiifactor aerarlty
for tb fa.ltb.fol performance of the itine accoaipaniei
No bidi wilt be received npon the day of letting.
N, Mctiox, 1
- II. E. PamomJ Director!.
J. J. Wooo, )
JOnN A. rRENTlCB, Wrda
Elegant Lace Mantillas
HJXN c3 SON,
No. 29 South High St.
HAvl Juit opened an Invoice of very largo
PUSHER, FRENCH. AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3
Wide Fp.ench Laces for Shawls,
Very Deep French Flouncing Laces. .
Real Thread, French, Chantilla & Geneves
Valenciennes, Point tie Gaze, Brusse'
- and Thread Laces and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
. MALTESE LACE COLLARS &. SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS, : '
' , ,' In new Shapes
. i PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS, ;
" ....... f0T traweliorj.
PRICES uXTJSTJAIIiIjY IXJW.
Traveling Dress 1 , Goods.
MOZAMBIQUEB, POPLINS, BHKPHEBD'S CHECKS
SILKS, FOIL SB 0BKTK8S, " '
, : . ' LATELLAS, B ROC OB VALENCIA!!, Ac.
v The beit and most faiblonable atylea In the city,
I '' BAIN at BON,- i
jeSl 9 South High Bireet
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
The following new and magnificent fint-chui paddle
wheel Steamihins compote the abort line: . .
ADRIATIC, 5,888 toni burthen, Capt, J. Hadxv
(tonnerly of th Collins Line ) '',.
BIBERNIA, 4,400 tone bm-then, Capt. N;PaowaB.
COLUMBIA, - . 4 4b0. , . v , , ,. a. Uitcb,
ANGLU. 4.400 ",,- r',T, htoHouoa.
PAOIVIO, 1. S,tie " f , " . - I. Bnun. ....
PRINCE ALBERT. (Screw.) . '
;-r -3,300 . , .., .:.;',., , J.WAtata.
- One of the above ihlpe will Irnva New Tork or Boiton
alternately every Tueiday fortnight, for Oalway. car
rying the government main, touching at St. Johna,
N. F. - ..... j , ...
The Steamer! of thii line have been eonitrncted with
the greataat ear, under the lupervlilon of the govern
ment, have- water-tinht compartment!, and are aneioel
led (oreoaefort, aafety and tpeed by any ateameri afloat.
They ara commanded hv abt and MDerienaed offieera.
and every zertion will be made to promote the comfort
01 pasaeBBvr!. ' ' .. - :t .-
An;exprleneed Snrgein attached to each ahlp.
HATES OP. PASSAGE, v i
Wlrat-elan W . T. or Boiton to Oalway or Liverpool gflOO
Becond-elaet, " - h
Pirat-ehui, ' to St John'
XMrdHilBM, " " to Oalway or Llvirpool.
or any town In Ireland, 4n a Railway, - - . -
ThiiaVcliua puaengeri are llbiral ly aupplied with pro
viiiom of ike beit quality, cooked and lerved by the ier-
Parties whhlng to tend for their friend! from the
ouniar can obtain ticket! front any town on a railway,
Irela od, or from the principal cltiei ef Jtagland Ind boot
land, at very low ratea. , ,
ParBengera for Mew Tork,- arrlvlev by (he Boiton
B teamen, will be forwarded to New York freo of charge.
.ITor psnage or further informallon, apoly to
. ' - Wa .M. WICKHAM, .".
- At the eBoe of the Company, on ths wharf, toot
Canal ttreet. New York..
iLm oonoriKria. -
Af;tomey : & Coinsellorrat JJivr,
MARION, OHIO. 1
BAIN & SON;
No. 29 South High Street,' Columbus,
Kl NOW OrFKEIKQ
. SOO0 jardi Iiavalluf DmM Goods St 8K W
SSOOyudi Traveling bran Oox) at'lljf, va'us S0tl.
3000 yardl Engllih BewKCi at VJH, Valo S5 cnli. ;
1000 yardi rnoch Ortandiai at MX, vain SO ctnta.
StoOQ jrirdi Fait Oolorcd Lawn, at IO, valua IS etnti.
1000 yardi Foulard Drew Bilk, at 41, vaiua M oanu.
15(10 vardt Bupar Plain Black Bilk at S I 00. valua S 1 85.
Bote, of OrRaadla Bng and Kngllak Berage, at one.
half their valua.
7 t 1 ". ' ' ' "All "ON,' f .
J(09 I .'! ! 89 South High Street! :
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at OreaUIn with the PITTSBUBUH, IT.
. WAYNE at OBICAQO BAILBOAD .
for PiUtburak, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Ibrt Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKK BIIOBK BAIL-
..: ROAD,- i. .
For Dnnklrk, Itaffalo, Albany Bos-
. ton ana .new iora., ,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
' ; . EXCEPt SUNDAY, i-
From Columbui, in connection with Tralni on the
LITTLE rniAITII AND COl.TJtWBCS
AND XKN1A HA1bjH0A18,
NinHT EXPRESS. Leave! OolnmbO! at 3.40 A. if 1
will leave puiengtra at all itatione touth of Gallon,
top at Delaware, Aihley, Cardington and Ollead, and
at allitatlona north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 r. Si., BunalO .nr. m.
Albany S.SO A. M., New York 8:35 A. M.. Bolton 8:30
P. M.. Plttabnnrh via Omtllne S:SO P. M , Pblladal-
phlO:10 A. M. Chicago TU 0reatlIneat7-U0P. It. '
. . BRCOND TRAIN, i i ,
9NBW YORK XXPRXSS-Leaves Oolnmboi at 11:10
a. m. Will itop atLewii Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springi); Delaware. Cardington, Oallon, Oreatllne, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Orafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.j Dunkirk, 6:50 p. m. Buf
falo. 10:25 d. m i Albany, : a. u.; NewTToik. 1:13
n. n. s Beaton. M D. m. Thta Train oonnecta at Shel
by for Baodu.lcy, and at Ouftonfor Toledo, arriving at
Toledoat u:tup. m. : ",- j i, . ---,
- 1 ' THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Uava Columbui
at 2.30 d. m. Will atop at all atationa South of
Shelhv. and at New London, Wellington, flrafton,
and Bern: arriving at Cleveland at P:30 p. m.; Dun
ki,k. 8:00a. m.: Buffalo. 3:80 a. m.j Albany, 3:30 p.
NewTork, 7:20 p. m-! Boiton, 11:45 p.m. I Pittsburgh
mln Cmtllne.at 11:53 D. m.l Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m..
Ohicaso. via Orettllne, 6:45 a. m. Thu Train connect!
at Shelby for Banduiky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at B:5 p. m.
Patent Sleeping Can Ae run on al
Night Trains to cmcago, jxew
York and Boston.
Baggage Checked Through to New Tort and Ronton
vll Vieveuma; ateo, io rnuaaetpixw anu ,
Neve lorktia OreeUine.- -
"... . returning.;;'
mlm vMM arrla atColumhaa at... 11:15 P. IS.
nu.i.n.,1 EtnfMi arrlvea at OolumbuSbt 10:50 A. Sf
Accommodation Bzpreia arrives at Columbui at 7:50
. At . ' 1
Fare ate Lsw ae by any other Iloate
Ail for TicJutivia Cteetline or Cleveland.
Enperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
( Columbui, Ohio.
Columbui, June 17, 1801. '
Ohio - White Sulphur Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
This Favorite Resort will be ofen
, for Visitors,
riMiMci DiaiBina boadiko coamo tui ibabon, can
ACCOM MODaTIO AT BtDCCtO SATBI.
TOR E00M3 ORrNFOEMATION,
' ADDKES9 .' ;' " ' '
. . ., , , . J. A. 8WATNIE,
Lewlt Center P, 0.,Deltwara Co., Ohio.'
may 28;dlmo. .
OHIO UWION LOAN.
Orrtcc cr tbb Commimiokir! ot tbb Bunrmei Tnup, I
UoLSaBCB. uaw. aw JU, JOB l.
Th Oemrnlaatonen of the Sinking fund of the State
of Ohio Invite aubeerlptlona by the people of
Bute to the Loan ef Two Milltcm of Dollar,, authoris
ed by the act of the General Anembly "To provide
more effectually for the de'ence of the Btatt agalnat in-
vailoB, paaaed April 20,- IcOl..,. 7 - ,
Certificatea will bs luued In aumi of tlOO, and Bp-
ward, payable July L, 1868, at the Stat Treaiury, bear
inx Internet at the rate of tlx par cent, per annual, pay
ablaeemi-aonuraiy, ani by tbe act authoring the li
trm from taxation. .
RnhMrintiniia will he received at the office of the Com-
miianera in the Cllv of Columbai. at each of tbe lol-
nnt hankine tnalltutiona In the Bute, and at the icveral
Oonnty Treaiurlei In the Bute, antil the lit day
Intemtwlt! be comnnted and paid from the data
the depoilt of tbe money at either of tb placet above
named. - .
R. W. TATLIR, Auditor of State.
' . ! ' A. P. RU88KLL, Secretary of Bute
JAMES MURRAY, Attorney General.
jell-dtd ' . i
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
' Cerucr Sprlna & Water Sts.,
W. B. POTTS & CO
ind Manufacturera of Brats snd Oonrpesltioa Outings
. Viniibed Bran Work of alJ.Detcrlptloni.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, oC.
AVTIRT1SIHEN1. , ', -i
lor ths INBTANT R1L1BI
... nd PERMANENT 0UR1 of th
1 diatreealng ecsaplamt nsa-' i
. ;v,i.-eDt'8. ....
Made by 0. B. SIYMO0R CO., 107 Kanaa'tM,Hc
Price 1 per boil tent free by poit.
fOR BALI AT ALL DBtrOOTBt.'
suwft-dkwlyia ,. . . ..' - 1
THE UNION FORE VERt
UNION ENVI5a.OPES-A UAatlTY .Of
deilgna, at 4,00 per 1.000. ; . , fri .-,,a
' TOIOH IEITES AlfD HOIS PAFEB, '"
at hall the price charged by imall dealer!. , '.;
" TTJ'niJAD QUARTERS No. 75 Sonth High itreet.,
Columbua, May 8,lt!01. J.U. RILEY.
at. 1 .
BLEACHED SHEETINGS 1 AND
SHIRTINGS, all wldtha, of moit celebrated makei,
now offered la greataat variety snd at very low price.
. BAIN at BONf
- aprliy' ' . ' No. 49 Sonth High itrmt.
, fllOFfAT'S LIFE PIl.fcSr-:.'w !-..
! In all casei of eotUveosas, dyapeptla, bUUous tnt liver
affections, piles, rheumatlam, fevers and. sgnesv sbsU
naU head aebea, and all general dsrangemerttj of health
these PUli havs Invariably proved a oerialo ani tpeedy
remedy. A slngls trial will place th lift Pills beyond
the reach of competition ftr the estimation of every pa
tient. - Jn; '
, Dr. Hoist's Pbotnli BlUert wlU bs onnd sqoally
fleadons la allessea ef servoui debility, dapepala, bead
ache, ttie ackneee Incident to femalee indilloatt health,
and every kind of weakness el che gaatlve organs.
for sale by Dr. W,K If oyTAT, S35,' BToadway, If . Tt
tv .is an '-.1.1. ' ' '' ' ' ' ''. wnavOQAV ew1
The following is n extract from
letter wrlttea by the Rev. t. S. Hohne, aaste el the
PlSrrepolnt-Strtet Baptlit Church, Brooklyn, R. T.,
ths "Journal aad Menenger," Claetanatl, 0., and ipeaka
Volnmei In favor of that werM-reaowned medicine, Mas
Wibsvow's Sporwwo Svatif yoa Oarumaw Tawnrba
"Weiee an adver'tliment in your'eolamni of Uas
mauiw's SdOTHino Btaolr. How we Barer aalda word
In favor of s patent medicine before In our lire, bnt we
feel compelled to eay to your rmriert that thii ta no. turn
bug-WB bavb Tana, rr, a iww r to bb au,
ouiaa. It u probably one of the it Bureenful mdt
einea of the day, becanwr la eae-ef tbo beat, Aot IhofS
efyoarreadera who haft bab(ei icaa't do bettor than
lay lna Supply" 5 "- ec7:lydiWs'1
-, V jCL card.
ICpriM AMIEIOAN WATCH OOMPANV, of Walt
, ( ' '
ham, Uau.,'begtto call ths attention or ine piinucio
the following emphalio recommendation ef Waltham
Watches, by ths leading practical Watchmaker! and Jew
elera throughout ths United States.- Ths entire lilt of
Ignatutei to It ll quite too long for publication In one
adrertlMmcat; bnt the namee presented will bt recog
nlted by tnoie acquainted with ths Trade al being In th s
highest degree rapectabls and and influential. -At their
eitabllihmentt may always bt fonnd lbs genuine Watch
at of the Company'i manufacture, io great Variety.
Signature! from many eltlet and town! pot fully
roaoptcd in tbis lilt will appear In s future adjrer
Bent. :: (i'1 -
- 7 1 ' - :- .-.
y j 1 IV ABA ..WW.
The nnilertigned, practical Watchmaker! and dcalcri In
Walcbet, having bought and sold American Watch , t f r
number of yean put, and having dealt In all klndaof
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, be to
tats that theaj have never dealt In Watchea which, ai a
tlaatioria individual Initancei, have been moreiatli
factory to theuaelveaor cuitomen. Whether In reipect of
durability, beauty of flniih, matbemalically correct pro-
portlona, accurate compensation and adjuitment, cr of
tne iimt-ketping reeulte, than thole manufactuied by
the Waltham Company.
I. CRTTTKNEKN, . . Cleveland, Ohio,
J AUIC8 J. ROSS,
H. JKHKINe St CO.,
BKUUa ac BMIIU.
WM. WILSON McOREW,
T. Ac A. M. BDWAKDEV
F. J. ALEXANDKR,
JOHN II. MORSE,
W. H. RIOHttONO, .
B. D. KAY9.
A. B. eiLLKTT, ., - . ,,
Jl. CURRAN, '----'
B. TOBIN. f t J
BABSB At HUL'MaN,
P. BOYNTON, '
WM. M. MAYO,
WM. 80HBRZER, .
WILLAHU StUAWLEY, Syracuae, N. Y
U. t D.R08ENBKRO, )
0. A. BURR St CO.
R. 8. ETTENIIEIMER St CO.
WM. S.TAYLOR, .
w. w. Hannah,
H. R. et H. 0. CARPENTER,
HOBK1NS At EVANS,
JOHN II. IYE9,
WILLIAMS St CO.,
A. B. BTORM8.
WM. 8. MORGAN.
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD At PUTMAN.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. H. WILLIAMS,
L. 0. DUNNINu.
CHAS. B. WILLARD,
W. F. BINOHAM St CO.,
CHAS. Q. FRENCH.
0. Ai DIGKENBEN. .
O. H.BASCOMt CO.,
J. M. 8TAN8II.
ADOLVH MYERS. ' -
THEO. F. PICKERING,
M. 8. BMITn
A. B.VANCOTT. Milwaukee, Wii.
JOHN EL KINS,
8. 0. 6 PAULDING,
W. A. GILES.
Prairie du Chicn
RBINEMAN AeMKYBAK. Plttibursh, fa.
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
GEO. W. STEIN,
GkO. B. TITUS.
I1ECKMAN At YOIIE,
E. J. LA8CELLE, .
J. J. BLAIR,
GEO. W. McCALLA.
FRANCIS 0. POLACK,
0. ST. ZAflN,
F. F HELLER,
E. ACGIIINBAnon, .
8 T. HOP, MAN,
J. 0. HANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J 0. DOLON,
CHAS. L. FISnER, ( '
B. M. St. CLAIS,
R. Ac A. PRTERhON.
DAVID LAVKRACK, . Pateraon, N.J.
W.T. RAE, -
INOOn F. BILLS,
IIHMRY B. JAMES.
T. B. l.ITTLB. Cnmberland. Md
CARSON At BRANN0M, . Pulaaki, Tenn.
A. W. PYLB,
SIMPSON At PRI0E.
V. W. SKIFF, ' ' ' Savannah Ga.
J. At A GARDNER Bt. Louli Mo.
J T. BCOTT St CO., '
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
F. W.LEINBECK, -J.
BBNJ. B. COOK,
8. 011ILDS, i
DEXTER St IIASKINS,
E. D. TIHDALE,
F. W. MACOMB KR,
Salem, N. 0.
Fall River, "
. Waltham, '
' Lowell, :
' Lawrence '
Plltafleld, ' "
Greenfield, ' '
Providence, R. I
B . Greenwich, "
Hartford, . Conn.
New Haven, "
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, Danbnry. . "
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.. New London "
Bridgeport, '' '
Sanbornton, ', N. Hi
; Concord, "
' Hanover, ' ' "
' Claremonl "
Bxeter, " -
'.. Dover, . "
So. Btrwick, Me.
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AuguiUl , "
. Portland, ' .. "
1 Rockland, ."
rr. M. LAMB,
ANDREW WARREN . .
0. W. FOOO,
AMOS SANBORN, '
john barton, .' ' .' '
W. M. ROOT.
N. MOODY, '
WM. KIRKBAM, Jr.,
L.D.ANTHONY At CO.,
THOMAS STEELH At CO.,
HEMINGWAY At 81'BVEN
WM. ROGERS At SON, . '
O.J. MUNSON, :,
E. BENJAMIN, . . .
J. B. KIRBY, , , ,
GEORGE BROWN, J ' . '
B. 8. HUNTING ION As CO.
. A. WOODFORD, . - -H.
D. BALL. ,
JOHN L. SMITH, " ' ' !
JOHN GORDON, , , -J.
L. R. H ANDERSON, -
N, G. OARR,
GEO. W. DREW At CO.,
8. J. MELLI8II,
W. O. 0. WOODBURY,
WM. B. MORRILL,
N. W. GODDARD, ....
CHAS. JB. BACON,
F. M. HARD180N, -TWOMBLY
MOBES M. SWAN,
J. A MERRILL ' - 1
SIMEON BLOOD. V - '
HENRY H. HAM,
ROBERT N. HODGE.
HENRY McKENNKY.' - Auburn, - - ' ' " '
i. uvtiMu, atain, er
TOMPKINS At MOSBIS, ' . .' Bangor,?;?
0. 0, WILLIAMS, . " " .
G. 8. It G. L. ROGERS, Gardiner, " '
D. B. LU0Y, . Iloulton, ; V ' "
D.0, HALL, -" ' ' Lewliton, ' ' ,
BRIM8MA1D AcHILDRETH,urllogion, Vt. - ft
0. H. HARDING, Bradford, " it
t.C. PHINNEY, n 11 Hontpeiler, , ' '
A. A. MBAD,.,; .m C
J. 0. BATES, ., -i Northfield,
J.B. MURDOOK,- Woodatoea, , " ... ,
0. C. GUILDS, . ."' Ht. Johoibury," '" " .
0. H. HUNTINQTONJ' Bt. Albani, " '
FOSTER GROW, Cheliea, , '
W. K. WALLA0B, ',,- ) r Newbury,'' . f
LEANPK8 AMADON, " 'Bellowi Falli, "
O. 8. JENNINGS, f XI New Orleana, f La. ' '
GBEGOR AtCO., .11 ta e . - .f.- ". )
B. COOKRBLL, v .. Natche. .. .-. . Mlia 1
A.N.HALL, T w. M ; I ..." Mllfont, Del.
ROBgRI W1LKER, J I ' . Toronto, , 0. W.
,'' Cactio. Ai onr Witch Is now sxtenilvely counter
retted by foreign manufacturer!, ws havs to Inform the
publto that no walchiiof' our production which Is unac
companied by t certificate of genntneneat, bearing the
number of ths watch, and iTgaoJ by our Treaiurer, B. a
B.Bobbinaor by ontKedeceaaora, Appleton. Tacy At . ,
. . i . ... I . ii t- C " fc ' ' . ' -
As'fkssecn'Afc'fttajby Jewelaw generally.
threughotrt rhiJn1on-,-eT- AmerteaB Watch- Compan ':
tt hot solicit ordsrg'tol slatte watebeg. ' ' ' ,'
L lna 1'i b BOBBIBa It AtPLBTON
WLotcaalijLgeals'. Bo. 182 Broadwa' J
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