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-TpMQ&MNQ. JONS W' 186i!
Meeting of the Democratic State Central
a R,tu Central ComaiUtee wlU
, .u. .1.. r CoIambM on Fsjdat, Jott
r isbk rl clock, P. M A genet! sao
.'H.Unm (t reoueatedV
WM. MOUNT, Chairman.
W. J. JACKSON, Secretary.
June 28, 1861.
June 28, 1861. Power and Duty of the President
Tk.. wUAat-.eeers vise and bentficent 0OT
eminent it to potem po-o-P"oo tiaonglU
o.o eltttens and pssee rttVferelgn JreUdi
For this aurfoee.tt punlit-rtooo no break
th. pnblio poteo' at boms by rloUHog the la,
-r ,w. , bt refusing obedloneo thereto,
and repels' forelg its P ht
and petcVof Ro jalM "'- ,1 'Z
la foeelga waivths Exjcauro Drtnoo
.t Mnnonlf celled too Atoll
Dlor odoo aod eooclade
.tone wUVft Pt!nUchI,, Ppf"r
d b tho treaty Staking power, end the w.
and Wo p-oo. But lo R ciyUWM, ft. MJ
i. enUrelrdifferent... ith.ro is o po.r lodjd
h, aUbe. br.cc. of too GoTonuoont to W
Into treetlee oroino tritt o
. -Tnditionat oerdonto tho Rebels, or to saeh
of them .. ho sees fit, open condllioa IM I the,
' - n ihrit cower: for tho Bitchlef they
ait, e Meui, hod return to their allegiance
end duty as peaceable and low aomina; -;
!?" . ' .o.it. tho tlmo hoo not
ri;d wheo, loth, jadgmwt of tho K'teuflM.
tbta pordoninj power con bo exeroood trltfc
tofetr to tho pooc Md welfwo of tho crotnlry,
bat ono oslo duty remolni tohim, to prootcot.
,h. wor with figor ond to tho fall oxtent of hit
oonttltutioool power.; ond If th. moon, tt hi.
Jl.pol or. toodtqotto to tho co plto .up
prloo' of th. r.rolt, ItU tbeu hi. doty U
cM upon tho Nttlonol Uglilotor or tho Coo
(ten for lit old. ' -i
Bat tho power, of Congret. or. Umti U
ell .. thoto of th. Prerldoot.- It con no more
tboo he, outhorix. oegotlotioo. with combloo
doo of Reb.lt, o. with o foreign power, or In
eignty. It moy incrtooo tho ory ond ny,
mtko .pproprUUon. of money, ond protld.
;her moon, for th. yigorou. ond eoorgetlo
protecnUonof thowor. It mty tepl oxittlng
low. that ar. deemed obnoxlout, and onact new
one. that may har. 4 tendency to mollify and
dioarm tho .titling hostility lo tho Owernmont.
Bat neither of tho two thing, now mooted M
prooonting on alternatito for tho rottoraUon Of
Pmco, ha. Coogreio 007 power to do. TTioio
u., either tho Peaooablo S.ptraUon of th.
State., or n other words, tho Wooolution or
the Uniuu, or lo, tbo Amendment of th.
CoDttitutioo. - ,- . ' r r
Cojgres. has no power to diswWo tho Uclon.
That can only be done, If at all, by (ho pooplo
of th. l.'niteiJ 6iat In th. txerdoo of that
limited, tbtolute totereignty which lie book of,
ad abote all Law., Gorornmento ondConoUio
tton. 1 0 order to effect .uch a dltaolutloa, tho
people wauld hare to direst themaelreo of al
legiance to alt and ery OoTernmrot, and plaoo
th.mtelte. In a condition they haro noter ben
lo linee tho firat wttlement of tnl. country; for
tbo time haa neter been whm tho American
pooplo were aboolutely . without, tome , form of
GoTernmeot. Tho jjeatructlon of . tbo. .Union
would be tho destruotlon of .tho Su.-i GoteriH
menu; both must stand of fait togotner. But
none need fear tbo totolMI tho queotton ohould
.Tercomedlrooilyberorolho America. people
-they ill twUia the State, and tho Doion of
8uteoVoD .; ..r, ' . , I
Congreaa may propose amendments lo, bot
cannot amend tho Constitution. It haa no power
to effect a compromise by amending U XunoV
menu) law. Iu whole power Ilea oimply In
proposing amendments for tho coniidoratlOt of
the pooplo of the Union In the .ereral Sutos, to
bs adopted oc rejoeted by them.ao they ahall
deem best lor tbeir own Interest and welftrt.
an amondmeni or omondmonU ohaTl bo
mad. to the Conetltotlon by the oaMtioa of tho
people, according to the prottatooW of thht In
.trnmonWirblch ahallxeault in a wmpromite
uIIaMi alii Af irvtt
roHioiuvui vi vut owi - -
rottoraUon of tho poaoe, barmony nd proipet-
Ity of th. country, no lotet pi nia ounwy, w
friend of popular goternnienl, and bo ono who
dottrel tho perpetuity of our Unloo aad of cur
free Inttitutlont, will raiie an objection.
Congreu may propose Conitltntional amend
ments, and await the ioWtion of tho people;
but In tbo meantime, and exen after that deds
aion It obtained, whether farortble or not, it
the duty of tba Gorernment, la all lu depart
ment., to preecrre tho Utogtlty of tho Union
and of tho aereral States, by the moot tforow
and cfleleutoonotltutiotml meaauroe for putting
a final end to the rebellion. j,.'h , ", '; .
.By Got. Dtaaisoa Csuaxu
Qaarter-Master and' Englnesr-Ia-Chfef t
State forces. " '.. '. "'v','.'
C. P.Boauaoaait Adjutant Ganeral'.ia place
ol Gen. Cairio-ro.
D. L. Wood, Uu Qaarter-Master la the Gov
ernor's staff, bss bees appointed Captain ia the
19th Infantry, U. S. Army. " i .u.
From this It would appear that' the United
States has takes off ths hoods of lbs State,
Generals Wooo and CitwuoTow, and left
BocawoHia and WaimucT. Tha State has
got the beet of Outswap.. ' ; 'riJ:
Union Candidate for Governor.
It Is proposed to rua Hon. Juu MoiraoB, lata
.State Senator from OovK(; aa the Union
eandldata for Gorernor. . -Mr. Mowaox Is a Very
clever, amiable gentleman; but "ha doa't keep
a (Governor's) hotel'' oa- true Union prlncV
May as well take old, Gisaisdt as afljr of
The United States. Bene to will be eomposad
of but fort r-1'.x. Sanatora, provldtof ths8cntv
tors from Kentucky and Missouri bs present
Tho Houea of Representatives, ana hundred
and eighty members, Insted of two hundred and
St nato DemocraU
Of the one bondred and eighty ia the House,
one hundred and three are Rspublicans. '.'
It would seem from this the Republicans will
hare aattera all la their own heads. .
set Ssset f fsst ssa ra .
Anxious to get rid of their Party
Borne of the Republican papers are Very anx
ious to throw off their party name. . They are I
oontolous that Republicanism hat become odlou.
with tho people, acd that It would be unsafe to
slsk race tbla fill nnderifio-Sepubllcan flag;
and therefore tbey cry out lustily for(a Union
ticket. Ther aro slok, In prolessiotiat lettt,
of party names and party polltioi. If' they felt
Mtlaflod that they would oarrj Ohio la the next
eampalgn, with a elan' Repoblloan ticket, n
propoaltionl lor a .bnion pi ptrtict would come
from them. , .iHee.eawrf,.,WAUiontv wteuuiug
It. pay a high tribute to tho Democracy'.' and
". . . - .. . ' , ! .
unwltungiy ertneo weir tear 01 tno power m
our grand old Rational Union party wbrcn is
tho party of the Country and. the Constitution.
By dlTialon It was defeated last fall, but it is
destined, to regain Its former trinmpnant poti
tlon. and will li October sweep Ohio lUe 1
whirlwind, Jt ia MW.Aa alwayeeetofore,
tho party of and for tho Unloo, and hence all
loyal Uuloo boo will rally nndor It. banner and
ia It the Motor tn October.' Huna for the
Old Union Democracy. ; , . - . .
CT Tho want of confidence now being man-
ifMted amonc; ReDublicana. lo their, own iea
M-h men whom' ther etruggled, so bard to
th klrh elvlt trusts ol tho Bute and
Natron Is so common that tho least obserrlng
etiiiM oannot fall to notice It . The .Democra
cy admonished the country in time, that neither
the men nor the principles of tho Republicans,
wore worthy of support,' and that U plaoe th
politioai power 0 the Stale or Nation la Repub
Ueaw bands, would produoe nothing but eril.
At the lime these SdmonitlonB were glren.they
were .'unheeded; bo Wan .that DemocraU
said and predicted, is admitted, , The experi
ment has been a dear one, and has ruined tbo
basinets of the country and put the best govern
ment in the world ft jeopardy v. But Hill the
errors of tho past may J Toroome -and the
country Bay yet be sated. The Democratic
organhatjOn'aud the complete re-ascendency
and restoration of Democratic principles 1n the
adminlstrStioa af the Gorernment, if, bower
or, thS only agency by hloh-this Important
and desirable end can be accomplished. ;
Let the Senate Look to It!
Tbsra Is yet om hope for lbs dellvenne of ear amy
fro the iMdanMp of grenihoms aad Ineompotts.
Tko BenoM of too Urlttt SUtM bu lb powor of oaoor
nation or rejection of tb tppoioUci., Nov, letthepto-
aad tbtunT ponrtn thoir potltloai. that th BtnaM
!rlll rigidly teratlnlM tlx DomlMtloM from tao War
DopartaMDt, a to (opacity and fttDOK, aad oontna aotrt
wht cannot bo tnutad.
n...n. aarwa la In ahaolato dasnrof nlsc doasr-
altiod oy (bote political and panonal appointnwnta, with
out ft tent or ozporlooca, of wbleh tbo War Ooparlaont,
odor Ikaooadact of oM polllioal Magen, ka rooontly
baooamti nmllflr IJBlmoo Waaieron cannot bo got. rid
of, a iufflcltnt nambor of hit appointoonti may. Lot
our Sonaion and BepmcotatlTCa hearfroa IholroouUf
onto oa thte aattor, iw lafms 00 onpbatle as lo Inaaro
tholrattoalloa. -Iboro ia no dooent nmob la tho world
for patting bob igaoiant of tbo art of war, to eoamand
log squadrons 10 Ibo Hold, whan tbero art mtn of aallt
taryodotatlonaiid oxptrieoeola Ibo ranks of oaraaaiy
afflsiont lo fill toa tlaus Ibo vacant ooouoiajtona.i It
woaldbonotawhUBorosteard to appoint pollUclaoa
Ilka S kroo and RctUDck and Carrlngwn to tie rank of
Ooawodoros lo the nary, than to pot tbtm at the bead
of rogioieats ami brtgaaei in tno nolo. . ' ' ' -
We find the abort In the editorial oolrtmns of
the Cincinnati Commercial of the 27th of Juno-
Had a Dt mocratlo editor prepared aad publish
ed It, he would hare been at once denounced as
a traltor.My ,'of lbs military and civil ap
poiatmeats now made are worse stuff erea than
MgreeabsrM and incompetents" bnt the Coat-
rctot will get no relief from the Senate. The
appointments are made In conformity to the de
mands ol she 'irrspressibleo" in that body, and
aenoe will meet with ready confirmation. -:
. The Csmstereisl woall like to relieve Mr.
Lwcoui from .tho Vespoaaibllity "of theaa l
mat aaa dtat woHmonU--bu that U
cannot do'.' The Secretary of rfaf has not the
appointing power, and if Caxiaoa usurps tt,
and the President sobmiU to tb. usurpation, the
people will hold him reopoMible. No higenai
ty of the CbwMierdaf can stre' Im'.;
Let the Senate Look to It! The Sandusky Register on Mr.
The Sandusky Rrciswr, alluding to the at
Ucks of the rWfrass on the Admlntstratioa,
. V JUl ,.J,'' J J.i.JJl J ... . t, !l. 1.)
"Tot II sttlkes us, and wo cannot avoid IfctosaaJatfia
that tha Maw York TWtaa la doina more damata than
a doan papers Ifk th Mow Tor Ifcw eon Id do. Ho
saattoraora what llfbl it speaks, uh laagoage as lb
following, m to avismss af saosaap morning, Bad ta
Mfmut la Ua WaeUuton Mrnonondeao. I nttorlr
inoxenmblo and lndfeaa)ble, and Isods to Jrsal the
rry tod had in rlew."
,We suppose , the ."language" objected, to
speoieliy ia tbo faUowicg from the Trioaasi .,
:: "If ttdS perpasovov aayttmg aporoaahlnr It, I really
eatoiminodbg'taaOablBotbpaayaMmboT of H,w
wara than ganUaira that Ihcy eannot maoh longor ra
mala la tho mrvlc of tho TJnlted States. Indeed, Ihey
might as weu,te(ta to pool omit tram bow - - i -The
eowflusloa Is lrreslstib1,'ttiaVfhe TrOt
aas meditates .harbg.lhjaJEresJdent and the
Cabinet drlrenopt of WasWfgtoa;-
How Jeff. Davis Receives Information.
I a,:; rj 'in p.Vj1 "d
Tha Waabingtoa oorraoppadeat of tha Phi la-
delphia sowifwraayst' T i
t 'Jefferson Paris bas a regular postal arranga-
meet between w asbuigton and Richmond. , br
err nlsht a messenser collects private letters.
and! letters convoying useful lDfQrmatSon, to
Davis and Letcher, and between ted and eleren
o'elock, leares Washington for a point on the
Poinmoo. where he finds' water cerritee and
conveniences for a speedy transit to the ext
messenger, who helps on the sacred parcel to
Richmond.' Com Diet 11 Led of the Philadelchla
and New YoVk papers are also sent him. From
these no silts out tram as near as ne can, ana
trom oar full reports of the movements of
troops, ho mores hit ben spout on his board so
as to ksep thoroughly posted j bnt U is poor
rale that will bot work both ways, and so Gen
eral Boott la probably at well pasted as be is
snout some o uose wue rrangeinen no is
"-a-... , -: , , 1: . -1 f...!..;..rf
This gentleman, marshal sf tha city of lal-
timoro, and who has been arrested by General
Baku ad eonfl'ned ia Forl McHenry, was an old
lino Whig;, aad Collector of Customs under Geo.
TaTLoa and Utr Fiturowaw- Administration.
H Was for i long time chief of tne fre depart
ment, and waa considered tne moat popular man
bt ths city af Baltimore, vi.Acl'.i fi l ,'t
Death of Victoria's Mother.
, Lord Lton pteMntrd.s.le'ttr to the Jr
on the SSth froaa Qotaw Fictoiia", 'aBDoSncing
tha death of her mother, the Duebesa of Kairr.
It Is an autograph feller slghaj by h C;i;ks
l Jr'l T.'S r.',llt n lljPi
The Peace Proposition-Mr. Crittenden.
It is aow eaaesded that thaaioitemerm oreat
ed by thai peace propositions and Mr. pim
oca, wsa got. np for the purpose, of creating "a
public seatiment against them. Oa the princi
ple of stuffing s surf of old clothes 'with ' straw
sad then, "pummsling'' iTne'.!WashIogtpV
eorrSBDoadent of ths Aits For World says fit is
aow aadsrsteod it was got ap for the purpose of
inflaeaclng the action of Congress, snd to em
barrass the Administration, !'".".'-
Gen. Scott's Letter.
On our first psgs will be found Gen. Scott's
letter to the National! In telligancer iastfalL
The oid General hsd a pretty good idea of the
storm which wai etwot to burst over the aoutt
i rt l:
4 )) .
Movements of the Confederate Army.
SERIOUS DESTRUCTION OF RAILROAD PROPERTY.
- Tho Southern armr under Gen. Johnston,
lately oeoupjiDf Harper's Ferry, is reported as
being posUd, 2),l ! 0 .strong, in the tloiolty of
Mariinsburg auU Winchester." wartinsoars; it
self haa bees occupied lor several days past by
Bripdiee-Ueaeeal Jaeksoa, wita a. lumw
about five thousand men, a goodly proportloa
of .wham efOoarMrt. i Oo Friday and BatiM
day Jast a general aestruotioa or too locomo
tiros and cars belonging to the Baltimore aad
Ohio Railroad at and near Martintburg, was
made.:" , ,
Our Mooru auto that brer iortr locomotives,
of the largest and bast description, with sever
al old and lose Important one., were uiuuoi en
tirely demolished, by heavy firee of wood and
coal being built under tbem. Some three hun
dred care la all. Including tsrerel, passenger
cars, aad about ono hundred wood oa boa aad
nlatform oars t which might bare boon adapted
for tbo carriage of - roopo),sero burned up
umnUUh. whiU du imad IroU 04l OaTS
soma two hundred la number--wero omptiod of
theuvooatente, and a portloa ol taem run sown
the neighboring embankments, or Into too bed
of the streams wboss bridges had been prevl
Our JoforaanM state that the immediate
raoson of this trboleaale destruction was a haad
bill (since discovered, to be a forgery, hating
been entirely without their aataor ity or anowi
dr. rat nnrDOrtina- to be Issoed bv the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Company, and said to
bara beer) coated at Earner's Ferrr and other
places In Virginia); to tbo effect that the com
pany wanted two tbousanlmeu at ooce, at two
dollars a day, in order to restore the bridges
aad pot the road In order f jt tho nse of the Fed
oral uorernment. TMs movement is oeuerea
to hare been a ruse or Intereete hostile to the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company to do
eoire the Southern authorities, so as to lead to
tbe44struotion of lie property. " . .
Goneral Johnston. Commander ta Chief, be
lieving that such repair and nse would seriously
operate against his cause, 1s said to have given
tbo order 10 General Jackum for this addition
at damage to the road; that putting it on the
ground of a military necessity. Thtre are
many rumors In Circulation with regard to this
affair, bnt we believe the loreKoine to be its
truest phase. Oar Information aamnea ua tnat
it is ths Intention of the Southern authorities
to spare no effort to prevent the toad trom bo
uts' worked for the use of the Government In
ear Dart of thai State where they eta maintain
sufficient foroe to defeat It. It la stated' that
tbo passage of the Potomac river by General
Cedwalladtr and his command, tabeequcntly
followed br hie retreat across tho same, were
F " ..da, , . aw
among tne causes wntcn inouceo tnis acuoo oy
tbo Confederate army. Il Is turtber statrd that
the radllatloo of the morementa of tbs Federal
forces for to lone a period after the evacuation
of Harper's Ferry by ths Confederates, led to
tbeir return to Its vicinity, and also to the re-
Baltimore Sun, June 25
Wisconsin Bonds not Negotiable.
Tbo La Crosse Dimocril of the 9Ut' Inst
sayaiik;) u a ' f '' - ' ' '
-aJloOoitodloasof Ihe war bonds of Ibis State,
txospt f mouO, karo so far ftiltd. Mow Yorkt ra ban
eonoladed not to lnrtst. What a comment I Another
ntMlon of tho lotitlamrs will orobablr bo bald, to do-
Tim wurt to raise moans to maao war ro oimw oi
Ibom.". ; -, .)... i .-: . 1 , . . : : A
CommentlDg upon this, ths Dubuque (Iowa)
AraWssys: ;, '". ''
it this be true of ths bonds of ths Suit of WUoon-
sin, It will to no lets th cam wilh tbooa of Iowa. Tbo
fast Is that SO manr State bout bare boon aataortf d lo
bomadoforwarparpooM, lhal State Bond and U. 8.
Qorommont suck bars bcooms a drag m tb snoooy
: " ".'i
Wisconsin Bonds not Negotiable. A Serious Charge against the Government.
.i The Washington correspondent of the New
York Tribune telegraphs: , ' ' 4 ' ', 1
The Oorrnmot bu boom moat ealpably Begllgtnt
throaih Its ttaoral otneora. la wlthholdlni proteotlon
from tho piupoity of tbo Baltimore St Ohio ftallroad.
Tb Oamae an waam will roaoa dm eaormoas sum oi
as.OW MIO. , doa. PaUtraoa aaom to bo moping about
la a friar's frock, with a pilgrim's staff, pnashtng a pane
abl enaado, while proportf Is being dorastated, and
Unlea moa awntad down as rofitrrtt, witaout prottwttea,
ororoa We pramnii of too mUUaiy. -j
Many of the Republlcaas aro beginning to
queetton Mf.XJattxT's loyalty r TTone of them
yet hare proposed to ueeacay on him." He be
ing a good "Irrepressible" Republican Is all
that sares him.-" i -4 ' -
I C nu L
DAJonfajS; man 'named F. . H. '. Wuitxta,
lately appoiated, a.olark Ia.tha Chicago Post
office, haa bean arrested on a oaarge of making
mistakes, ty taking ont letters of other people
and treating bam as his own. . He was careful
to pick out thoaa which he thought contained
United 8tates land warrants.'' '
ivTba PiUaburgh Psatssys: "The eoctr actors
for supplying blankets for tho Government will
net the handsome sum of two hundred thousand
dollars" -Who are they T.' ' ti
ItT.The Journtl f Vmmtrt thinks the Rep
resent lives af the United States at foreign
governments, appointed by Lincoln, "are the
last ran of shad." If such "shad" as Gipdinos,
BbaUNoaaf , Casa. Cur aad baax Bcunsz, had
boon Mat oat of the country some years since
wontdhare been a good thing;! ,
OBofi1. Mr. Asbxiv notifies his eoristSluents
that hs Itai received a large, number oi letters
wbleh he has aot had time to answer, for the
reeeoo,uhe has been constantly engaged In mat
ters ; which required his attention at other
: He has plenty of time to write several miser
able Abolition letters for the papers" His doo
siituenU have no doubt Noticed this
fl Hon.' Jamis HI Lamsv The Leavenworth
Times says that "Gen. Lane bas been appointed
Brigadier-General in the Volunteer army., , We
suppose this involves a resignation of hie seat
the Senate, and (bat Gsr, Robinson will appoint
his successor..,', i',"..., s ..., ... 1
; We do not snppoje anything 'of the kind.
James H. Lane is not the man to give ap $3,00Q
a year, and six years,' Sana tori al honors, for
Brigadier-Generalship of roJonteers, to last only
a few months. oowwMfCidl. . , ,
Two more Papers to the Rescue of
Two more Papers to the Rescue of the Governor.
..The PorUmOnth Tribmtu and tha. Newark
Nrth ,Ammen bare eoma to tha twaooer
Gov. DismsoN,'1 Things are working;. 1 Got.
DtxwisoN stands a, better chance for the Repub
lioan nomination! than. any, other man,, If .the
Reserve ia for him, he is oafs. He Is indebted
to that eefim for all he U tolltlcallv. 1 ' " h'
1 ' From the looks of matters la Estt.Tsnnesses,
it Is pottibls that It a UI follow suit with, West
era Virginia and form a aew State., The Union
Convention at Greenville appear to be very nesr
nanlmons In favor of Holfla so.'
from i all accounts We htra 'front the Eut,
s. uen, jqm a. fjii, or titw xott, is piao-
ed in command of the army af invasion, aad
will bars hla btsdqasrters at tho Arlington
Hoase." v-o 'j;-"' ' '".V,','
, Tbdre are iodladans that the Cabinet is' not
satisfied wKh Gen. Scott's arrangSmeata. ..The
Washington apeclat reporter of the Cler eland
LaoV,of the 27th, ssys: .j-'"
ii U a fact (hat tbr has' bttu som sarm work
th Cabinet moefingS. ' Th mabi are not patlifrd
wlch 8a Boott' me of Biogiam, and did not fcoatut
to loll him o. , Ilk) told that tbe Oonoml was mqaoat'
ad, In tb oam of th Cabinet, to hold and hh pr Bkeb
mend hofor lh meodng of Ui Rbat Ooogroa apoa
tha Wtb of Jo If. What rtplr a mad ha not frank.
lrd.' All tha Cabin om bapattoai, hot Ohaa aad
JUairare tbamon so. Ihy 'talk right oat."'
: The people will no" doribt dotae io the'ooncja-i
tlon that Caasa aad- Biam are rery competent
to dictate) mnitsiy movementa to OanJSo'o,,'.1
From Grafton, Va.
We olio the followlna Items from th. special
dispatches to ths Commercial of the 27 lot ) ,
A sharp skirmish took place near Cumber
land yesterday. A mounted, scout of thirteen
Zraevsaeameln collision with eighteen mount
ed Rom is at Darie's Vreek, ten miles from
Cumberland. -A sharp contest ensued. "The
Rebels were drive frpai their horses to the
hills, nd the horses captured. ;. 't ill
In the flsht. Corporal Hayes oi Company A,
Indiana 11th. wat wounded la the croin and
shoulder, and received a sabre-thrust on the
head, and was placed A ore du tumbtt. He
fought lying on his back,' and Is reported to
have killed Ore or tne enemy.
The Zouaves were delayed la their move
ments br waltlot to procure a wagon to carry
Loff their wounded comrade. Tho rebels mean
while were re-inrorced by rorty mounted men,
and Ihe Zouaves had to leave tbalr horses and
take to the hills, reaching Cumberland at 11
'clock bat ttlght, with two missing', one ot
whom wsa killed. ' ,
, Tbey NpoH from tea to fifteen Rebels killed,
and aavwg them Col. Parsons, a noted Confed
erate. Corpora: Hirst's -wounds are nosh wounds.
Ha la aoa af aL bra rot men la the reelmeut,
aad was aotod for ftrsooal daring ia ths Mexi
oan war - -'
All la ouiat between this and Cumberland.
Tk BKia mrm aManrnd batareoii Btallnaton
and Uurel Hill, 13 or 14 miles from Phlllfppt.
Tbey aro strongly entrenched oa sou siaes
of tho Beverly pike, with cannon In poet-
tioa. Tbey have been reinforced, and their
strength is variously estimated at from 6,000 to
7 000. - '' v"-
. CLaacsstma, June 97. Four Rebels, witn a
rifle and two aeoesaioa fists, were captured
eight milee aboro here, towards Bsrerly, to
dat. Renortad akirmlshlue between Indl-
anlans aad Rebels, near that point. "Nobody
A Bart of Bobela occonled Backhannon Jet
terday. Soppoeed to be a deuchment ot the
Rebel army. Distance 35 milee above Clarks
burg Tbero will be fighting soon. '. v. '
This is too Bad!
. GaitLt will certainly be arrested for "ex
pressing treasonablw sentlmentt", through ths
7VUBae. Just read Ibis dispatch! We call the
atuntion of our neighbor af tho Jeamai to it
especially: V : - ' i
WASHINGTON, June 21.
I hare b'eea bare hut abort tims. yet have
anaartatned that tho Administration Is in earn
est. I am suthorited to announce that the fol
lowing appointments will soon bo mads:
Major Generals Twiggs, Beauregard, Wig'
fall and JohnaoBv ' ' f i
Brigadier Generals Magrnder, Fauntleroy,
Brlirht and Priea. - - - -i
The Hon. Dudley Mann will be appointed
Minister to England is Adams recaUed, ,
-' The Hon J. E Harvey will be Invited to
aaat la the Cabinet.
-The Hon. John Slidell is earnestly pressed for
the French mission, though tho Impression pre
vails that Governor Brown, of Georgia will be
nAmlnatil. i . i '' -. "
Oar soldiers have been requested to fire blank
cartridges m all.eogagementa with Southern
Commissions in the Naval serried have been
politely tendered to the officers and crew of the
. The ladies of Washlneton haro chartered
laree steamer to convey suDPllee to Norfolk end
Richmond. A Cabinet offloer will sail in the ship
to attend to the distribution. More anon.
Mr. GaitLV must bs attended to, as Gin.
McClcixa has ordered all Rebels who are
taken prisoners to Columbus, we insist on bar
log Mr. Quaxr seat out hero.
The correspondent of tbo New York Time$
of the 26th, speaking of the 7V'6ne, says
"The hostilUv evinsed br that journal against
ths Administration may, perhaps, be acooantes
far br the aealeot of tho Administration to be
stow offices opou lu editors and Uchti. Only
foar of Mr. eroely's asaoeiatem, Air. cry, mr
Fike, Mr. aildroth and Mr. Harvey naro oeen
appotatwa to ImoraUT omsoa.
Sergeant Breckenrldge, of Fort Kearney
was in town on Wednesday, on his wsy to bis
home ia Tennessee. ' Ho informs us that there
are nine, gaas in good order at the Fort, and
7a men. Only a portion ot tne gust spiaea oy
Ctpt. Tyler is destroyed. - Tbe only difficulty
apprehended by tho Hergeant is with Brlgham
xouna. it our national aimcuities snouia con
tinue Ia that event, be thinks Brlgham will
muster 35,000 Indians- and take the Westers
t r - r . - .wv , .....
oountry.j itoroio vhj utw.
. in i i i i :. .. 1 1
Burro as Moaaa a e -The steamer Co
lumbia, from Havana, arrived at this port this
morning. She brings as a prisoner, Charles
Ramas. a Chilian, who is scot here by tbe
American Consul to be tried for tbe murder
R.M. EmOrr, first mats On th ship Ocean
Traveler. . The ship belonga to Belfast, Maine,
and tha altered murder took plaoe In Harana
baibor, April 19. Three witnesses earns on
n . it an ... - u.ni.i. r
Uotumoia. vjmxera inonaMora, creemau ana
Welch, of tha railroad and steamboat soaad
took tbe prisoner to the United States Marshal's
office. a, r. Ft. ' 1 .' 5r" 1 ' ' '
i i . i3,
A "Coutt Dress" la Europe consists of a dark
bias coat, tbe collar, ouffa and flips smbroidered
In cold, white small aMtbeer white silk slock
Iffgs, low shoes and a eeort sword. This dress
was worn by Mr. Case, Mr. Wbeatoo, Mr. Ev
erett and other American Ministers to Luropea
Courts, before tbe circular of Mr. Marcr. Mr,
Adams bas revived ths style at the, Court Of
JSinsai o 'J. , r. .j i.. "
: c q )' .'! '
Tbo official returns of tha killed and Wounded
at the battle of Big Bethel show a total of aev
enty-iour, of wbich.sl teen were killed, four
teen dangerously wounded,- five missing and
thlrty-nlns only slightly Injured. .Twenty-one
ot tbeee caaualue aeourred la the . mutakei
eogagement between the. Third and. Seventh
New York roluutaer regiments. J . u
- Ths Faorosto Inoomb Tax There Is mors
talk within a day or two among the leading
members or congress aero of direct taxation,
In the shape of a very moderate Income tax.
Various opinions are expressed, soma for. and
others against tbo measure, though aim oat every
tbongnuui man ex pre tea tne opinion mat mere
matt bs a small tat imposed to keep np tne
credit of tho Gorernment. I still Incline to
tbe opinion that the Secretary of the Treasury
will recommend a anty on tea, eonee ana sugar
a general rerltlon of tha tariff, and a popular
loan far a portion of the sum needed, and for
only a portloa There will be no attempt made
an tbeport of tha Secretary to make aay war
apoa New York capitalists, unless ther war
upoa tho vital latere f the nation; aod at
Ceseot the relations of tbo Bee rotary with the
adlog financiers of the Northern cities are of
tbe most cordial jebtrecter . rtCf . A.
" The Democracy of Belmont county meet in
mass convention, on tbe alh of Jaly, to nominate
a county ticket. The ol. ClalrsriUa Gtzdl
publishes tha call, which iays
t Lst there be an outpouring of tbe conserv
allre men of old Belmont on this ooeaalan
Tho times demand that all true lovers of their
eaontry should mingle and consult together.
'Democrats, turn out Never waa there
time, in the history of our beloved oountry) that
caiieu mora uaaiy tar tne nnitea counsels or all
Ml Union man.' . j
' Tair do not Bias. One of the earliest tnb
jects which will engage tha attention of Coo
s-nee will do tbe Ueason of tbs Minuter
Portugal, aad the reason why be Is not recalled
la obedience to tbe demand of publio sentl
stent. Then we shall know whether hla oer
sonal friends are right, when they boldly assert
tost ids istoinet aar aot recsii sit. Harvey.
m. mr rr. -1 -
- We are rery careful In crediting property to
the New York Tritua., We feel, safe, then.
that odr Republican Weeds will not' question
our loyalty: as it is a orm blend ol the Ad
' ST John Carrraaiiaa'a oJEcial i miuockv is
ok;r .vi ra i
"r',i..:4fJUL.:K. "4. iv.r,
The Indian Territory.
age In which he assumes
Union Is permanf ally dls-
v . X. ' ' i
has Issued a messa,
that the American
"The Cblckasaws can nowonger ' look for
protection, or the performance of treaty stipu
lations by ths United States, (hers being no snob
"It beboores us, then, to asanrat our inds
psndenoe, and to take each steps,, separately or
la concert with other Indian nations, as will en
sola us to obtain a recognition of it, aod to-aS'
sumo our rights in lands and moneys.'--1-
no recommends a uonrention ol the liblck-
ssaws, fvbocktaws, Ubcrokees, Creeks, and
Semicoles for the purpose of unltini for mutual
safety ' - .
"That a law bs framed authorizing ths Gov
ernment of the Chickasaw Nation to acoept vol
unteer companies, native or white, for the defense
of the country. That S law be passed proriding
for Commissioners to enter Into convention
1th rorlng bands, whereby their friendship and
aid can be secured, and to provide for ' the oc
cupation of the forts within the Chickasaw
Mation." ; ' "'. ;,
Perhaps Mr. Hilars hdd better wait a short
me at least, snd see bow matters turn out.
Jt won't do to give op the old ship.
CT Tbs "Constitutional Union Tarty" of the
the 31 District, Philadelphia, have nominated
Ron. William. M. MtsmttH as tbeir candidate
for Congress. ' i ' i .
Wood's Hair Restorative.
Unlike most specifics, this Is proved, by un
impeachable evidence, to possess great efficacy
as a restorer of the hair to lta pristine vigor.
Where the bead bad bcoome almost bald be
cause of sickness, the use of this artiolebaa
nroduced a beautiful srowtb ol tblck, gloss;
hair. - Il Is therefore a valuable preparation for
all classes. . Its ingredients are such ss to ef
fectually eradicate, dandruff and other Impari
ties, which operate so injuriously to tne nair.
It also haa curative properties ol another oo-
aerlntion.. In manr cases olmoles and other
disfigurements of the skin disappear wherever it
Is used.' There is no. hsnrd attaohing to the
trial of this remedy, and its effects can only be
beneficial, as the compound, it it does not cause
a manifest Improvement, Is Incapable ol doing
barm; as Us component elements are perfectly
InnoziouB. uosioa l ranicrtpi, Ajrru , u.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
vttti.M a. .1
vt. . i . Superior Court.
David Parry ot al.) .
BY rirtu of aa order of sals ta me direclel from th
Bnnerlar Court of franklin eoonlr, Ohio, I will of
fer for aalo at th door of th Court Uouto ia th City of
On Wednesday, July 31st, A. D. 1861,
at one o'elock, p. m., the fsllowlng described real st
mt, alluat in th township or ncntgomery, rranaun
nnuntT. Ohio, and bonnded as follows:
Beginning In tne oentr ot in uoiumoniana uranviuo
flank ttoaa, at in nortnwut oornor 01 a tract 01 lann
oonvaved by Joterh Kidgwaj lo John J. Fereon and
Dard rarry, 07 aeea orariog oaio ,nn, xuiq. ioui
ihensa with th centre of aaid road N. 793 degrees, K
IS M.IOU nolea: thence Booth 0.40 minute,, W. 41
60-100 pole to a stak In lh North lino of a lot of land
aonvned bv aald Fer.on and Parry to Thomas Sparrow,
by deed dated May 1st, 1855; thence with aald Una of
Sparrow s land n . ev negro, w . 1 "ra-juu poiea 10 me
Eut lino of a tract of laud belonging to James A. Wil
cox's land, 3d 40-100 polee to th beginning, it being th
W,t part or a tract oonverea oy taia rerson in a rarry
to Thomas Sparrow, ua m reot along uio ne aim
thereof, conveyed by said Parry to en Henry uoremui
Appraised at fifuw.
0, W. DtrFfMAlf, Sherltr,
Printer' fee S3 SO. and Mailer Commlnloner.
SUPPLIES FOR THE OHIO
OFHCB OHIO PENITBNTIAET.)
Oolomsoi, Jun 83,1881. )
SEALED PBOPOSALS WILL BK HBOBIVBD AT
th offlo until th 0th day of July, for fnrnUhlng
tbs institution witn
81OOO Founds fresh Beef
Per weak, delivered la th four quarters, each week, ia
muI nroMrilons. on Mondays. Wednesdays and F
days, from Jaly 7th, 1861, to too SOth day of December,
1081. . , , ,
' 2.000 Pounds Corned Beef
rer weei, from July 7th to Docmbor SOth. 1M1. Th
Beef to be of good quality, clear or gnucsio, none ana
TMonnUtrMUcriMdT-nmiaiaoaf um nar
dea oiay direal.
ALSO Blda will b recelred at th sam data, and fo
lb aam time, for lh clear, rough aod salt gross of the
Ro olds will be considered unless (aturactory security
for th faithful performance of th sam aocompanles
aen wo. '
So bid will be recelred upoa th day of letting.
H. Mkaioii, )
B. . PAaaoii, Directors.
J. J. Wood, .. )
JOnN A. FBENIICB, Warden
Elegant Lace Mantillas.
jSTo. 29 South Hieli St.,
HATI Juit opened an Invoice of rery large and
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
' LACE MANTILLAS AND P0INTE3.
Wide French Laces for SnAwis,
Very Deep French Flouncing Laces.
Real Thread, French, Cbantllla & Generese
Valenciennes, Point da Gaze, Brnueli
1 i and Thread Laces and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
u , LINEN COLLARS k CUFF3, ' ,
'. .: ' In new Shapes,
I PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,
0 ' For traveling.
FBioaa TjytTaTJArXiY low,
Traveling Dress O-ooda.
atOZAHBIOtnCS, POf LUISr-AaXFOKiUi'S caxcKt,
! SILKS, POIO SB OHKTMS.l -ft I J . t:.
: j LATKLLAS, BEOCBX TAtlMOUS, ft, fcc.
: j Th best sod sndat fuhlooaU style la theelty,
I AT VERY' LOW ITU CHS.
0i'-, '0 ,7'!BAIlSL01f,i ,
. Jell ' 99 Soath High Street.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
8team .Between Ireland and Ime'rina.
NEW, YORK,' BOSTON AND GAtVVAT
' ' I 1 11,1 - - 7
' Th following aw aod magalfieerit rt-t ls paddls-
wnaci BiaamMip eomp too oov iiok , . ,
AbBIiTIO, 1 88 toa barthea, Capt,Kasar
' (Pormerly of lh Collin Lie )
HIBERHIA, 4.400 tom barthea, Capt. If. PHowea.
COLUMBIA, -4 4t - - i ... b Lefton,
ANttLIA, 4.40B - f - 1 KicavHjoSb
PAoinor 'Seue i Bsnia.
PiUMCI ALBIHT. (Screw.)
On of th above ablp will leav Vw Torh or Bodoa
alternately orery taeaiay (ottalahi. for Oalaay, w
r g th govern! amUs, .toocAmg a St. Voaaa,
P.- ' , . , 1 'i
Tb SteHBMrs sf IU Ua bar beoa alract4 with
lh greataat oara, ander th nporviaioaof tlw aovers-
bmoi, Bav watattitit aomparimeai. aoo are aoosooi
M foreoatfort, aafeiy aad speod by aov ataamor anoaC
Ther am ommadd b able and axporionead me.
aod vry caorUoa wiU.be made t pcomola tbseamfert
of peengor. .j')Jl-r
Aajoiparmacad Sargess atUohed U each aUp. ,;
i HATES OP rASIACK. l
Iliwt-elats H. T. or Boslno to (hlosy orUferpool tint
Beoond-elass, ". , ' ' " !
Pirst-ela, ! ' "' ' ,u'"' '' o lohnV'
Thlrd-ciaas, " " to rjaiway or Liverpool
or any towh In Ireland, en s ftailway,
Thlrd-elaei paaanger an liberal ly npplled with pro
nioB of w et quality, cooked and arrd br th ser-
vaata 01 in uompaar. , .1, ,.t.-4..-t a
Partle wtahlng to send for their frioud from the oM
eoantry can obtain Uoketafrom any town en railway,
Ireland, or from tho principal cities of Bogland sad scow
land, at very low rate, n 'iqm t .
Paatmgere for New TorV," arriving by th Boeton
teamen, W1H b forwarded to Bew Tork ! of tharge.
tor pawag or further Inforn allon,apnlyto.
Wm II. Vt'IfiKFIiM:
At lh offloe of Qte Company, on this wharf, foot
vanai atreet, new xora.' i ' ' -r"j
HOW LAND dt A8PI5WALL, Agents.
priU9:d6m. 1 " i i s .1 , . t .
Attorney A"tbnpsellqr 'at law,
WAHTEl)-nKHT Tfl f!Lt
packages f TAIIONBRY and JMWELRr,
prtets one-third leu than eu be purchased eleewhen
Call on oradilreea (tamo anoleiadl J. U. luir.av. w.
li Court BoWl,AUa. awch W.;,
" ZT U. ,Li T.
; D A I I J CL G Q Id, H
ai A ami a f ssj a a ' 1 W V
no.. Tin soain mgn osxeei, voinmouB,
ABl WW Of FIEINO
toeo paWa Tmrollnc Dioss Ooodo Ol Sii fhM
SSOO yards Traveling Dross Goods at 8K, ra'us SO ot.
8000 jrardi KnglUh BerafM at 18 . vain BS oanto. i
luuu jardi w roooo urgenaies at , vaioo xu emu. i
SOOn vardi Faat Oolorcd Lawns at 10, rain IS onU.
luuu yards roaura uram biiks at J( t, vaina ou oenu.
1SUO vard Banai Plain Black Bilk at at00.rala a 1IO..
KoUaor Organdie Berag, and ngllbTg,at,oa.
half their Value. -t ' ... i- -sj l '
sain at pun,
Jtsaf : V7)T -'MKT Wyth HtretTrl
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
Oonneoling at Orestlln with lh PIITBBOEQII, FT.
' ' ;' " : WAtira (jbioaoo kailkoai) ;. ;., .
for Fort WayntanA OMeafo. ""'J
Oonhedub' kt OUvoland with lh LAK.K BnOBl BAIL
, . .., .. .. BOAB - 7- . .,
r Dattkirft'jrJrnffalattaan'ri Beo
, J test and New lark.
; I THREE .TRAINS, DAILY,' ;
wosps scsDAt, i I,,,,..;:
From Columbus, In sonnettlon with Tnlns en tb' ':
llTTIiB FIIAini AND COIUIflBttS
AND AEN1A HA1LROAUS
.1! .'.V .P'ti
'' " rlRHT TBAIIf . 1
NIGHT rXPKESS.-Leave Oolnmboa' at ltd A.M ;
lh leav- naaaanaor at an aiauoua nuia vi unuuu,
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Card log ton and Ollead, and
at all station aorta of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 000 A. Dunkirk 100 F. M., Buffalo 4 25 P. M.
Albany S. SO A. M., New York c:J5 A. St.. DMton:ju
P. Fittaburgh via OreaUIno l:S0 P. M , Phlladal..
phla5:10 A. kt. Chicago via Orestlln at 7-00 P. M. , .,
' -''annis-BTnATit '!-'' rrr'r' .H .
BNlW tORK XXPRB8B-.Laves Oolamhos al l lO
a. m. Will top at Lewis Centre, (for Whit Bulphnr
Bprings), Delaware, Oardlngton, Gallon. CrcsUIno, 8bl-
0V. new iJOnaon. neiungioa aua uraibuo, arrive a.
OlaTaland at 2:35 n. m.i Dunkirk. 8:40 0. BUI Buf-
falo, 10:23 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.i New toik, l.
p. m.i Beaton, 4:40 p.m.. This Train oonnestsat Shal
fjy for Sanriutky, and at OJafton for Toledo, arriving
Toledo at ,S:40Pjja,...,.. ,
MAIL AND AO0OUMODATI0N Leaves Columbus
stil.99 p. m. Will stop at all station Booth of
Ihelby, sod at New London, Wellington, ttrarton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at l:S0 p. tt l Dan-1
kirk, 8:00 a- m. Bu-rlo,9-xua. m.iMDany,x:xvp.m.;
NowYork. 7a30 a. m.i Boston, 11:45 n m.i Fmriargb,
Ha Omtllno, at 11:35 p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m..
Cbloaro, rfatvrratito, o:a a. m. xnie irain connect
at bhelby for Bsndaaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
atftp.aW'v 1 .-:.' " ; ,
Patent Bleinp Carr ate ran oa all
4 :;Higat Trains to cucago, new,',.;
York and Boston. i '
BtqQ&qt (JnedtvKf TKrtotg to Km Tbriatid Botton
. via VUneland; alio, fo PhlladtlpMa.and
'"returning. ri-- ''
Might Txpress arrives atbol-ombTrs'sf.'l.llilS'P.' M":'
' Cincinnati Bxproes arrives at OolnmbnSat 10:90 A. M.
Aceommodatloa Ixpress arrivei at Columbus at T-50
P. m. 1 ' ,
Fare eta Lswsi by amy a ther Kent.
Aik for Tithtt trie OrtilUke tt CUiddnd; ,
' , -.. ,1 1 .1 i. - a. a.-flint. t'l i!on
fjuperlntandent, Cleveland, Ooio.iM
'!: . J AMIS PATTSBBOM, Agtrnt, --uii
',:,(, . . ., .1 Oolambus, Ohio.
Cblambns, funs 17, 1881. i'-" - ...ia -n ni-
! DELAWARE CO., OHlb ' '
This Pavorits ' Resort "will ibis 'open
. j ' ' for Visitors,' '-'
'. -". 'ti -- "ll-tL "li'1, 5 I'-r'
; Juno IO, 1301. '
rmu.it Mtuais boabbii snanw -rsasauoa,--as aa
aocoaaoBario at bsuvoib aarss.
FOR EOOM3 0EETFOEMATION,';:
'zi abPBSSI '. --
: , . . a.bwatiii?,
; :l ' Ltwls fjeatat P, 6Plwr Co Ohji.,.
may SSiUlow, , , , .... -,,..,. . ; ,,v. .1 , '-i
OHIO TJHTON JiOAN.
Orncs or tbs Coaaimtowsa or was Bnntixa Tobb,
- ' ! OoLoasos, Ohio, Jan 10,1861. i-r
TUB Oommlnloncn of the Sinking land of th Stat
of Ohio invito aubsoriptlens by ths peopl of lh
8tat to tha Loan of Two Hilllcna of Dollan, authoris
ed by the act of th Oencral Amembly ' " To provide
more effaotaalry for th 6e'nce af Um Blate against
vaeion, paeoedAprUSa, 1661. . . . .. . ,.
CertlBoates will be litued in samsor aio, ana op
ward, payable July 1, 18(18. at th Btat Treasury, bear,
inn mumi .( the la of tlx oer coot, per annom, par
ablssamLaanually,aaAby th act aathortxbg hs lota
re irom taxation. , . . .
Buhacrlptions will bs received at th office of th Con'
mlulonera In 111 Cltv of Columbof. at each ot the sol
want h.nkin lniuiniionaln the State, and st ths several
Osunty Treasnries la the .BtaU, antil On; 1st, day
'"inuroat irltl eompatea and paid from tbe dat
Uwdopoeitof to aaoooy at tttaaf or ia piaoe, aouve
; 1. a: K. W. TAYLBB, Auditor of Stale. -.-r
. A. PKOHSSLL. Boorelary af Btat.,
1 1. jo U. ; JAMES MDKEAX, Attorney Oentral.;,
lell-dtd .le.-J. 1
E AGLE B BASS' JW 0 RKB,
:-i . earner Sprlag k VTatar ptf,,
lad Manofaciaaen of Braai aod Comaeeltloa CssUngs,
Electro Plating' and 'Gilding ft'
; STENCIL CUTTING. ltCrr r
for tb IBSTABf B.BL1BI
UrtumiBg oearplalsl a''--
Mad by 0. . SITKOCa it 00., Uff Ksama at Ml '
Price ai oar bomi Mat free br Dost.
- toa sali at All Dinaaiitl.:''';
! ssar srwiy - v:, p,-, .4 , ,,. ,
Jj HIBTIOS,an Wltfas,f Boelebraledmaaos,
bow Mend ia great roiwty sod at J, jgj!' j
SarTfct . Bo. South High otnitv
ss BE HOT DECEIVED. f. w,v,
. "Erll eossmaBlsattoBS eorrapt food maaaers.v So
doW bad Salmta spoil good hrssa. . All common tala
ri ta 1 Imps. Won bat James Pyl'i D W'tio U pr-
ffstly pare. loan I ae deoepuM'ia nbm,1 Dpot,3tt
Waahlagtoa Stnst, Hew Tork. Sola by fiocers every
Where. ' '"'A ant
BlOrFAT.'S) M'sllllXU " ,':i
' ta all oases of eoetlrsetss, dyopoprm, bUlloa aad arer
alaetloas, piles, rhoomaUam fver aad agues, obstl
oat bead acnes, aad all geseral deraAgeinsnlJ ( beaUh
thess PUIs bar IsrarUblp proved erialn aod spseSy
remedy. A sLjgl trtsl wlU plao the IB ptilg beyood
tb reach e f competition Is ih estimatloa of every pa-
Hant; t :..fi - j i.'jitA ,'r.tT
Dr-KofririTlKWila Blttsts will bs found equally
Soadous in tfl cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, hssd
cb,th slckneslneldnt to, female In dsfloaf health,
and every kind of weakneas o( th digestive' urgans.
for -sal bp Dt. W.B. MOPIAT.iBroadwaB, ll. tt
snSoyaUPraggaks'. ,"'! ' goaylaVdfcirl
' The fbtlowiBir is u extiast from'
totttr wrlttta by th Bet. 'J.' S. BolaiSj ' paster V 'ths
Pisrnpoinl BtnetBaptiat. Cbarsb, Brooklya, V . X., I
the "Josuraal and Maosenawr.lndnnatl, 0., and speaks
volume tn favor Of fast world WoWMd edlcin, Mm.
Wanuiw' SooTHiwaf raur ro Cuiaas Tmrrri(r
liar. ...mm Aflirll laal M mow alnmna nfMa
Wmyiar'a looniM Stt. iNow w sever nld word
trUtrntol. yatonl aieatelD btfon In oar lif. .fcUtwaf
leal aomoolMd taaar So r s dee that ItileHa
bar-rs tim rr, ta amow, - to b sia rr
cuaaa. - It la probably of Uia avet nreowmi dmi
elnsotthdiy. beeaoe it ! th ka,Ui,Ald Ui
i, tabUaana'td better tbta
JlylBaaiipvriil;oi,a(.H . eB.irmmive
JCpTHI AMIRIOAM WATOH OOMPANT, of Walt-
Baoi,SIass.,bsgsfaioall th stUnUoo of th pobllsto
tb following mphtlo recommndlloB of Wiuam
Watches, by th l4lnf practical Watchmakers and Jsw
slersthrongboatlhsCnltodBtstss, TU satin list of .
sigialuies 'to lf ii qalte too long for publlcalloB laons
adrertlieoenli hut th name, preiented will b rooof
nhid bVthoie acqaslnted with th f rods as being U th
blah dgrwspestablndan4 toSoential. Atthilr
Mtabllebments may alwsys bs found tn. genuine n
s fWcd'mpma'gsssesfaotaie.lD a '
Signatures from many sltlss snd towns not runy
asmnted In Uiis list will appear In a future adver
rnoht. i-.t 1 'Jt ii v
J 8S0TaVt0'lMW8li0. '
Tbe aadrsijn4, prnetkal Walehaukar and dealers la
Walches, having' bought and sold American Watches ft r
a nambsi of years put, and having deilt In all kinds 0 f
foreign Watches for a much longer period of time, bi to
stat that' they have never dealt lo Watches which, ss a
class, or In. Individual Instances, havs been more sails
factory to themselves or euitomsrs, whether In respect of
durability, beauty of Bntah, mathematically correct pie-
portions, accurate compensation and adjustment, tr 0
0nHm-k4ina. resvlfs, than those manufactuted by
Ihe Waltham Oompany..
w. a. ORITTBNDBN. Olovoland, Ohio.
WV BLTNK, j
JAMEB J. K088, "" '
H. JBNKIKS fc 00 ' '
BBQOB SMITH, '
WM. WILflON MtOBKW,
0.080AMP, I '"' '
0 1 PLATT.
KING Jt BROTHBIt.t '
J. T. St B. Sf. BDWARDS,
P. J. ALBZANDBR,
JOIINH. MOHblt, " ' '
TmnniM i . 1 . r- I .
W. H. RICHMOND, ;;'
H, D. EATS,
A. B.01LLKTT, .
B. D. LILLKBTON, '
J, B. CUBRAM,-,--.-.- -r- -
J. W. BHOWNj
B. B. TOBIN. . t i r , :
B48BB UnL'MAH, .'
A. P. BOYNTON, -WH.M.
MAYO,T, ..;.,' .. ,.
a,SORTUBY,,w iv,. .'
Al W, PORO, . , .
WBI. BCUBKZIB, -JM.
FOX, ' ;
WILLaRD cnAWLKf ,
HI St D.R08INBBBQ, ,
A. BURR a 00.
B. B. jsi isnnniBan m. tin
WM. B. TAYLOR, -
HI R. a H, 0. OARPIMTSB,
H0BK1N8 fc BVAN8, .
HAIOHT It LKACII, .
JOHN H. IVK8,
J.i N. BENNBT,
Ki B. BTORM8.
WM. B. MOKUAN,
J. A. CLARK,
BLOOD It PUTMAIf. .
JBNNINOS BKO'S .
JOHN J. JRNKIN8,
W. H. WILLUilB, -
L. O. DUHN1SB. -
num. H Wll.f.ARO.
W. P. BINOH4M dt CO.. Indianapolis, Ind.
CDAS. 0. f BANC II.
C, A. VICKEN8EN.
01 H. BSBOOM CO.
Ji M. 8TANBH.
THBO. P. PICKERING,
IK B. BHITH ' "
AiB.TANOOTT. Milwaukee, Wis.
tl C.SPAULDINO, . '
W. a. nri.BH.
RKINEMAN JtMEYBiR. Plttsbargh, Tt.
010. B. TITOS, '
HECKMAN k YOUR. -CEO.
E, J.LA8CKLLK, r n
EO. W. McOALLS,
O, M. ZAUN,
P. P HELLER,
I I, HOK MAN,
J. 0. HANNA,
0. T. ROBERTS,
J. 0. DOLON,
chas. l. risnER, . .
B. M. Bt. OLAId, '
R. 4c A. PKTER80B",
W.I- RA. . ' .'
ENOCH P. BILLS,
HENRY B. JAMEB,. , ,
CARSON 4c BRANNON, '
8IMP8UN At PRIOR,
J. It A OARDNEB , i
W. 0. DEVRIEZ' "t
J T. SCOTT fcCO.i .
T. B. HUMPHREYS,
P. W, LBIUBBOK, - j '
J. W. MONTGOMERY,-.
B. CHILD,. v - , -DEXTER
fc IIABKIN8, 1
ALBERT PITTS. '
ELLIS GIFIOHD, 1
P. W.MAOOMBBR, '
J.J BURNS,- .-- -
jSBsa smith; - , ;
T.M.LAMB, ' ' .
ANDREW WARREN ..
AMOS BAN BORN, -JOHN
W. M. ROOT.
N. MOODY, ' ' ' -
WM. KIKKHAM, Jr.,
a,. D.ANTHONY ft CO.,
TB0HA8 BTBELI fc CO..
WM. ROGERS It SON,
O.J. MUNBOB, ' ' '
K. URMJAMIN. -I "
1. B. KIBBn "
5 SO RUB BROWN, '. . '-;
. B. BCSrlNOlON fc CO., . Danbury. .
B A. W00DP0HS, . . . . " . "
H.D.HALL. . Mlddletown, "
JOHN L. BMtTII,. i.' . I
JOHN GORDON, New London . "
J. 0. BLAOKMAN V. : Bridgsport, ' "
AS.B. AYRE8, Waterbory,
8UERBTJBN8 S flAW,""" Banbornton," If. Hi
L. R.HAN DBBjiON, f , ,.. CoBeord, "
B.K1IIOUT,-".'! -'i J . i' - "
N.O. OARR. ' . "
OEO. W. DREW It CO.,
S. J. MELLI8H.
W. 0. 0. WOODBUBT,
ST. W. OODDARD, . . .
CHAS. B. BACOIT, '
P. M. BABD180N,
twombly fc smith,. t:
M08B8 M. SWAN,
- Prairie da Ohlen,
. , Lebanon,
, .. t
. Mauch Chunk,
. Indiana "
' Borden town,
- Pulaski, -
i St. Louis
T Mew Bedford
- Taunton, . "
' Lyon, '
Hartford, - Oono.
I .J i' a ariata Watch Oompan
im.,. -Vtrlwa.-4 - -
IT an over, '
Biatr,- " 1
"" So. BerwIeP,"
t . Soon, , . .
i Portland, '
a,--.. . .... , t ;
'- Auburn, tv 1
) r Bangor, i ; v
SIMEON BLOOO,-! V:
ROMRT R. BODflB;
PARRY McRENNBI, '.:
J. T. HOWLAMD,
TOMPKINS It MORRIS,
G. S. fc 0. L. BOGBRSi
D. B. LUOY,
S.G.HALL. . .Wt.S
BRIN8MA1D fc HILDRETH, ,'Barllngton, .1 , Vt,-.
r ,t ti a nrtiun ' W S I I A
j. He oiniiint, priHiunii .
T' -"-""I ,. ... ,. ,. . ..y.M.i-,,,
nonnueia, - ,,
.. Wood.tock,'U;."" "' "
'i'8t.Johnbury,: " ': "' 1
I Bt. Albans, -
Chle. ' 1 " ."" "
Newtmry, I "
k,lln. 'Valla.- u '
...... - .
New Orleene 5
J. fl. UATBKi '
J.B. MURDOOK, ,"' ' :
0. 0. OHILDS,
0. H. HUNTINGTON, '
Wj K. WALLACE, .,.1)
LBANDS8 AMADON, -
0. JSNNIJUOfl, ;!
8.C00SRELL, ,, ra,t ( cNstoh,
A. Jf. HALL, -ri w i ... . Mllford, .
ROBERT MIXKIR. , b ,' .. , Toronto, ,
lil- 1 T.1 'V,;'.'".'t-.'-'" ' r. 1 t
CATTroXi Aa eat Watch Is now attentively oo miter
felted by foreign BUt(-Uotarers', w bar to Inform the
publie that no rratch bot oar production which at nnao.
compsnledbya eertlneate of genuinonoes, bearing the
auiber of Ito Wteh, in sbjssd by our Treasurer, B.
. BoTOSsTor "6rr'prs3eoesors, Appleion, Tracy fc '"
tlm. W 'A t' '' ' '.'." ' ' ' ."-.',-' 'i
As thSS taloho sure for sai ny J"""" snremiw
U bot tolictt fdw for U Wtcbet .
1 m j.j . . ...a. aU. ,M'...I.. i oil,. V
sUvt Sj.aiwS.'. .W. m.