KAnwanrr kiixib. rubiuhsra.:
GEO. W. MAWyKWJI
TUESDAY MORNING.- JUNE 85. 1B6I.
Neutrality of European Governments.
;n. h Hi. which left Southampton on
th 17th tat,' we learn that the Paris Montour
m.ri. tha declaration thst'Loois NaMUOH
-n,.!.. maintain th strictest neu.Ua.Uj U Ajerr
loan affairs. 1 There can be no. doubli Aa such
la the present iDteDVion of both the French and
Rn'.H.h n0vernents. , It should be the busl-
f n. Rnvirnment and neople to tee to It
.k. tt... rir. not abandon that Intention- We
have already allnded to the mod In which the
neutrality of foreign powers can be safely se
oured. namely, by auch an overwhelming demon
strailori of onr strength, and inch a prompt and
w. nrMecatlon of the war as shall con-
TUce tb world that thei Rtbels stand no chance
Of ultimate; iUiceee. 'J
. ; tt i. . a thai the dread and hatred the mon
arobl.ts and erlstoerata of Europe haTeot our
B.oioorailo Institutions will Induoe to
,r,i,. that nraaenta iteelf. for
eeis btctj i-ppa"- r . fT ,
h..t.ninr thB-dltmembennent of our Union
Such leellng unquestionably exist nong the
rallnir classes in Fraqce, ISsgleno. sua
p.n-n onimtries: but they are countetbai
anced sentiments of anopposite and etronger
-Our present system et. free government has
from its origin enlisted the. sympathies of the
.. :H!1!Ajf St nil
mass or the people in tne more ....... T
iniitmed norUons of Earope. Those svm-
paihles, Instead ot losing their Iniuenee, bare
became stronger with the lapio of time. The
.... tide cf iiniuteratloo to our shores
bas bound ns, by the ties of consanguinity and
constant ritercoaree, almost as closely to the
more advanced peoples of Europe, as to
iffortoi aactio'ns of our own country.
,ii.mi.mherment of oor Republic, and the
..i.it .1.-1, i- um nUna of two or more arlsto-
bkuiisuiuEun m r ..
and mlliurv rovernments, would harttiy
cause more distress and regret In America than
The rulers of the old world are aware of the
existence of this strong sympathy with the
United States. They see that a rupture with
our Government, by taking a side with those
In rebellion against It. would be unpopular at
.h nhn lead to open insurrection.
iviu.ui.r r ...
Tha reverence for legitimate"" authority
where it coLfliots with popular rights, is not ao
t. .v. c,,nn.in mind as It was before
a.ruug iu .r
the pa nf thaAmorioan Revolution. The Idea
ha. ba Drevailinc. and is sllU diffusing Itself
the mass of the people, that no govern
meet ie legitimate,,, that does not primarily
derive its authority from the "consent of the
governed." Hence, the ruling olssses have
been gradually compelled to relinquish the old
olalm to rule by divine or hereditary right, and
to base their authority maiuly opon the eipreas
or imolied will of the people. -The
European Governments all recognize and
treat the United States as an existing and "le
g .im&.e " Government. If they Join with and
aid a rebellion, whose purpose la the overthrow
of that Government, they sap tbe foundation of
tbelr own claim to legitimate" authority, and
give a praotlcal sanction to rebellion and re
olutuu at homo The French Monarchy, from
Us old grudges sgainst Ejgland, and Its intenoe
desire to humble a hated rival, aided out fath
ers in tbe revolutionary struggle. But in doing
so UodIv whetted tbe axe of the executioner
for its own neck.
This and slmlUr striking lessons from the
experience of tbe pat, admonish tbe governing
oUsrs In Europs that their safety lies In carry
ing out to the full their doctrine of non-Inter
vaation In regard to the pending controversy
between the loyal people of the United States
ani tbe rebellious Confederates. ' .
The fall or tbe legitimate" Government lo
this country, especially, if accelerated by the
Interference of European governments, whose
olalm to"Ugitlmc," Is less direoily based on
the will of the people and less cemented in their
affections, would be tbe signal for revolution
aod rebellion against thoie governments, and
probably hasten their complete and final over
throw. These considerations are sufficient, In the
view of European statesmen, who desire to
maintain the present order of things, to ont-
walffh mil minor interests. They will not dare
to abandon their neutrality for tba purpoee of
favoring, the Southern Confederacy, nnless tbey
sea a stroui probability, amounting almost to
certainty, that it will be able to maintain Its
position, and wring from the rest of the Union
the reluctant acknowledgment of its sovereign
ty and Independence. It is tba put of onr Got,
eminent to prosecute tbe war with such vigor
and efficiency that foreign rulers ahall saver
have that excuse or apology to make to their
own people for intermeddling la onr affair, or
taking sides with the enemies of tbe Union.
Neutrality of European Governments. Hon. Andrew Johnson and the Amos
A. Lawrence Draft.
Soma days sine wa published what purported
to be a letter, said to hare been taken from tbe
mails, and to contain a draft for one thousand
dollars, from A) A. Lawimcx, of Boston, to
Hon. Abduw Jokmos. Mr. Johnson, stated
In a speech at Lexington, Ky., that ha nerer
wrote a letter to Mr. Lawatacx in bis life J tbat
he nt vsr recelred or negotiated, or propoaed to
negotiate for money, with any body In Boston
or any other place In tba North. Wa aea or
know no reason to dlibelleve tbe statement
made by Mr. Jobwsok, and conclude that tbe
letter was invented for tbe purpose of eiaspera
tine th oeoote of the Sooth against him,
Snob conduct is entirely inexcusable.
The Tribune Mr. Harvey.
Th JTeroUiay of Mr. J. 1. Harvey, that th TH
tarn oueht fur aod pretoed bla appolntmant as on
etn.oei.tly St Mb made." 1 hit I not true. W Drer
deal red tbat he tbuuld be made a Foreign Mlnlatar; and
tb Berreuiy of Stat as little oooenlted ue In MDferrtng
tt at oftlr en kirn, at b be dune to keeping aim ta
after be It proved lo bar given treason M iaferaaUea
to tb Insurgent at Chulttooa . , -
W elip tbe above from the New York 7V-
saas of the 22 J. There Is something mysteri
ous In this matter of Mr. Uaargy. Why ia he
retained as a Foreign Minister "after he 1 tree
eel to have given treasonable information to tbe
insurgents at Charleston"! Tbe Tr.6i.iM baa
Intimated that Secretary BiWat dar not re
Oall him pn account of some complicity between
Mr. HakTET and some ot Mr. Siwaso's dear
friends In certain contract.
Theanesttoa arises, why I Mr. Ilaavtr al
lowed to remain id his position after this is
known? There is a dark shade hanging over this
matter. - ' A---
This gentleman has reeeired the unanimous
commendations of the people end tbe press, lot
declining the sppolntmeot of Brigadier General
io tne artsy., ..-- ,-i ::..
T3 a1 .-I
Ex-Governor Reeder. The Payment of the First and Second
Ex-Governor Reeder. The Payment of the First and Second Ohio Regiments.
On the 30ih of May last, Governor Dr unison
received from S, P. Cuasi, Secretary of the U.
, Treasury, the following dispatch - ;
WASHINGTON, May 30, 1861.
OowJ PnUonit jou cn leod aooelk't rayfer
the Ohio troopi hart, priv da so. It will b rafuDdsa
S. P. CHASE.
iTThfi. GoVerbot Immediately dispatched War
A. PtiTT, Esq , of this city, to Washington to
pay the troopa, and furnished him a letter of in
atructlons under date of June Cih", the dosing
paragraphs of which were aa follows:
' I teod yon tvanlr At thooaaad dollars, aa adrane
te tba denarii aoTarumant, tor ona mooth't pay to the
lit and 3d KMlmenU of tba Ohio Voloataara. isa
will ki Secretary Chaaa aod have him aid yon in making
tha ntnanaiy arrasaaaienu with tba raymaatar uaoanu
ot tha United Btaua iot the inmadlata payment of ao
much of Ihla earn aa may ha Beaded, aoa will lata irem
blm the proper Toughen, aad return to me any balance
left In yoar handt. Seep me dally advised of your do
tnoa and moTemenls.
Aaeure tbe Tolaateers mat weir wants snau pv-
1w .tt.nrl.H in. at all timaa. Remind the enmBWOdlDf
officers that they hare made no requeue to this drpirt-
ment for anytbtngelnoeuey ten unto, ana w uj .
not be too vigilant In oaring for their commands, , or toe
prompt In adTialng me of any of their Wanu. Ibis will
be yoar aathorlty to make all purchaiee on behalf of tbe
But which In your Judgment are needed, fox the 11
W. DENNISON, Governor.
To WM. A. PLATT, Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. Platt promptly repaired to Washington,
and on his return to Columbus, mad a report
to the Governor, tbe most material parts of which
are as fallows;' '; l'
Hie ffSv.'MiM Vm.. AanncdM. HMmOf Of Ohio?
m; In aueaollamie a 1th Tour lneiruetions of tha Oth
Inaa.. I laftthla nlasa In the afternoon of that dar. for
WatblogloD VlJ, aad arnroa mere oa ue nuaui w
t A rat nliad nn tha SeentarT of thaTreaiurt. sxplalh'
ed to him tba oNeot-of my Tlelt, ehowad bin my letter of
Inairaotions, and left with him tba f VW sent to pay
fnrnnamoDth'anrT aaor tha Viral and facond Kegt
ments Ohio Telooteeri, which be noelred with apparent
Toe office re of the Tint Regimen, an unawnrr
lleea Uwm of a Debility incur red for a rand of amaloians,
amoununc to aiW or month, being BU ror sieran m
alclane. The V Ui Stales authoritlee win not recog
niae cbts tzpmdltnre. and if not paid by tha Stat It will
tail oa tha effloera. Under tha elreumotaacoa. thle as
panee appears lo m proper aod thetit shoald be bona
by tha Suie. I thertfor laapaotlnlly recommend that
1th paid. .
On ar antvi.1 In Waahlrctoa, as ba'nr stated. I left
rtth thaaa-Tarariof thaTraaaary a23,0H. to be ep-
oiled to the nannent of oae month's warn of th Ohio
tronpe, acdmadaihiifaot known to them. A lew daya
aftr, finding tha men ware not paid, t oalled St the
Treeaory Department to Inqotr Inte th oaae of tha
delay, and waa told that It waa for the want of th mol
tor roll, shloh th officers had omitted to luralah Uiat
on the receipt of them by tha Piymaeter Oeneral, the
money would be lmmedlataly paid. This X aeon mad
knows to th men There aoem to be east dlfflralty In
letttoi the mutter rolls mad cut correctly, owing ap
parently to the want of a clear and are landing oa tba
part of officer of tb withe of th pay department.
Two or mor eete were mad which were not tatlefaotory
Itwday before leering for bom, whin at th camp,
aw eereo or eight men boelly ngaged making oat
third or fourth eet, aod wu aiaared they would be "all
right IM MraVand oovpleted in time to draw tb
money tha following morning, all of Which I kappoted
Would be acoompllued. i.
On calllna at the Trea-arr Departaant torn days aft'
sr letting th 123,000, 1 was In forced that prorltloni
bad beta mad for paying onr troops without nilng thlt
money, and that, toarold aonfueion la th acooaata of
tb Department, It would be returned to m.
Baring been atiured by th Swremry of th Treaaary
that thlt re urn would eauae no delay in paring onr aol-
rller, I reeeired back tb same draft fornithed m by
th State aa iltor, and oa my rtura to Oolombas paid
WM. A. PLATT.
Columbus, June 20, 1861.
. referring to foregoing
Jiwntlot yeatarday morning sa'.dt
from prtrate Utters which w know ar relltbl. not
oncal was Mta to ma eoiantaere op ia met n-way.
W e mar not be potted no la mud te th ri lav ope
ration which hup re too ted it; but we wilt reulore to any
that tbe peeple of Ublo win at tome ruture time tnveeih
gattbae( Invoired In thie Blatter, aad la that Tot,
It would seem, from this, that all the bopes
our gallant troops have had or getting their
pay, predicated on tzlrtordlnarj efforte of State
authorities, have been disappointed. . And tbey
are yet without money -
Kentucky and the Union.
MR. CRITTENDEN'S VIEWS.
Mr Crittenden made a speech at Lexington,
Kftlaat week.tnus deSnlngnia position as
uabdidate fur Cuocreast
The Drat gteat objeot which he ardently de
ired, waa tbat this war ahonld be put an end
u that tit lonst-i omtnn0,isiA "the more
devastation It became, tbe mor diffloult wonld
oa It solution! aod to tbe 'end of pacification
and tbe reatoration of tbe kindly feeling which
unce revailed among tbe happy and prosperous
people of a common Government, would bis
wbole energies ne uerouu, u it snonia oe tne
deasnre of tbe people to eonfer span blm the
responsible trust ot representing them. To a
war ol auojugation ne waa opposeoi ana woue
be wu siUlied that the Government did noth
ing more than its duty in the preparation It bad
made to aeiena tne national uapiiai, yes ne
would be oreoared at any moment to lend
helping band to arrest the further progress of
tb is unnatural conntota tat. fcinooin, n a
olared. waa not tbe President of hi selection!
and be waa neither responsible for nor prepared
to sustain the polioy of that functionary. Lin
coln, however, wae not the Government, el
though charged for the time with its adminis
trative functions; and while he repudiated all
allegiance to him or bis creed, be wu, as be
bad always protessea to ns, loyai to tns uinsu
tution of bis country, under which th nation
had been so proiperoas, aad the people ao free
and happy, aod tbe blessings 01 wnicn are price
1m and innumerable
Mr. Crittenden declared that, In bli judgment,
every means should be resorted to, to restore
tb blessings oi peace, w preserve toe uaion,
and to hand down unlmparad the noble inaitn-
tiona which have oome down to us, hallowed
the sanction of our revolutionary fathera. To
that end be declared, ttrst, tbat tbe Southern
States should present to Congress, when it meets,
a fair statemsnt or tne crievancee under wnlob
they labort that, when presented, tbe Uoogress
of tbe United States should promptly grant
full measure of redreea for those grievances;
aod that if Congreu should not do ao, be would
not vote one dollar to tbe prosecution or
war. In tbe next place, If the South should fail
to or esent their grievance wltb a view to ad
justment, then tbat the North should promptly
eonoe.de such sssurancee of redress and security
as were just to tbe Bouti; and tbat, beside
these, all other possible means should be
nloved tbat would bare the effect of maintain
mg tbe Union, nreserring the Government
putting a period to tbe unnatural war ia
tbe country is involved. In the event that
tbe means employed for this patriotlo and nobis
purpose should fail, and the war should still rsge
on, tben ne wu or tne opinion tnat Mntncay,
oolslnc bersslf noon ber oroud position of neu
trail ty, should summon all' ber Judgment
mason, aod discarding all passion and prejudlcs,
should decide for herself what position she should
assume. He declared tbat 'sufficient onto
dsv Is the evil thereof," and tbat. while be
not now, under tbe continually shifting scenes
tbe political drama, prepared to say wnat posi
tion Kentucky should occupy In tbe contingency
meotioned.he would be prepared, u a native
ana a loyu son or A.eniucxy, to iouow ner aes
tlny,be it what it might. "
Col. A. McD. McCook.
The correspondent of the Cleveland 'Jhtitr
sayst "Tbs presenee of mind ef Col. MoCoos
saved onr boys from great slaughter, wbo in
hearing of the enemy,' oalled out in jr
vploe, .'RaDy-on tbe .reserve!', when tbe
was, hit bad no reerve..i It waa all the same.
the enemy thought be had, and left." u 1 -'",
Tbat was as good tact getting out or a scrape,
u it was bad getting Into it.
ST The eorrespondeat ef tbe Ifew ,Yotk
Tfswf taysr - .' -'i -n-.l itH
' Mrs. Lincoln and some friends earns
being killed tbla afternoon. In company with
Mrs. Grimsley. Gen; Walbrldge end the
youugeet sons of th President, she started-
visit tbe different oampe. (several or tne differ
ent Regiments had been visited, and the party
were going to the headquarter of General Mo
Dowell, at Arlington House.' When a little
distance from tbe camp of tbs' Twenty-f
New York, tbe pole of tbe esrriage broke,
boraee becm nnmatmgeable, the driver we
thrown off, and for a short time there wee .mm!
nent dsnger Of a serious catastrophe.' Form
natefy, the accident was witnessed by Some
tbe members f tb Twenty-ftftb Regiment,
who gallantly eelZ'd end etopptd the horses
and tbus rescued Mrs. Lincoln aod hv friend
from their twUous pofitlott. ' '
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Union Victory Kentucky
Glorious Union Victory in Kentucky-John J. Crittenden.
vwa i.. fna lki Xaatnakw eleotloa lndlwtS that
th Ualoa men bar made a lan wep in that nobl
Bmt. They hare probably carried all the ten member
of Oongreaa, av. perhape. tb Ilrat BlatrkJ. Tn ma
JorlUee are enonaua. Thot ppolng Union hare
polled tha feeble!, kind of a vol, and mad a wonderful
aahiMtloaof weanoai. ; - , . .
Th Tnrabl patriot and itateuaan. HB
Crittenden It lotd by a aplendld ot in tb Aoand
nui. uu - .nl tn aamaMlal tnanBr eMataea
th beartl of Union men from Jleln to Callfornlm
from hltata and infl jane we n nw
la tb Congress wkloh k eoon to met. After a
la tb Senate gf a qautr of a aentnry. Mh 0"t,'
at th age of Mvanty-sls, goe to th Hon t Bepre'
aontatlroa where hwill occupy a potlilonatmllar ' tnat
ef Joha Q. Adam aod Col. Benton, who. under simitar
.7 I. v... am arara returned to tbat
viroQllaaiuawa.ua " - , n --a,-
ki.. wtrutt that th Union mea WIU rally ander
bit laederthip ia Oongr., tor whr can they na a
much patrlotlun nnltd with at great prInceJ-i'.'
ft fH.z--rr::r-.-...--rr -.. .
That is all verv true, and every true friend
of the Union will respond to the sentiment.
The New York World, however, says there are
'twosortajoPflonlsm,,,. and Is not favorably
impressed with that kind ot Union sentiment
entertained by Mr. CaiWKiM, whlohjhsa oar
rled Kentucky by over one hundred thousand
majority. ' That piper ' severely criticise' Mn
Carrn-ncN't sentiment and eajsi "But tit at
tachment to the Union Is not of that sort that
these time demand." The WtrU rurtber says,
An excellent Kentucky friend of oors, whom
we never saw, for Instance;-eaya ia a private
letter tousi ' " "''u z?
"It you knw whate'detperat fghtw havShad wllh
th ditUDlonUte her, yon would nerer lay a word about
Kentucky'e neutral potltlnn. rv know it ia aoi m,
MUi4 tVUiWue caa do.f ' - '
The Kentucky, correspondent further ssys:
To mast dot be deoelred by th lent Union vote of
Kentucky. . It don't wwait aay Hung. , lien at th
Korth ar eurprtted tbat to many Slate tboold teoed lin
ariiataiafuranoTanrhelmln( Union rot, but H It
ao eu.prtee to ue hi. W know th people. Thr t
not ool-hadd maa ia Kenltuky but undtntaod It.
Vf mliht explain It lo you. hot you Wjuld not oompre
i. i ,k. aniantian nnlsM eon knew th oeople. Th
(A ?. f . bat Union Tote didn't mean Onto the
way you and inland it. If It wae put that way, it would
btorraruaoitwaiTr, . v;(. (, , ,
It is evident from this that- the Unionism of
lOnttiok la verv different from that or th K
publican politicians and Journal of lbs Sortb.
. It then turns out tbat the "desperate fight"
tbe Union men or Kentucky have had with tbe
Dtaunlonlsts of tbat State, amounts 16 Jnstnpth
biffin the" estimation of, the World.
. We confess that we are not disappointed In
this. We observed from tbe mender In which
tbe Union papers aad candidate were contesting
the battle In.Kentucky,. that after they bad
gained the victory, and elected their candidates,
it would not be appreciated by tbe Republicans
In the light It was won, and that tn the language
of the Wtrld'f "excellent Kentucky .friend."
"Tbe Union rote did not mean Uoisn the way
you (the editor or tbe World) understand It."
It Is always well to know, after a victory Is
sained, what tbe victors bave won.
Mr. Crittenden fully and fairly stated bis po
sition, in bis speeohee before the people in the
osnvus- It Is stated In bis speech at Lexington,
which will be found In this paper
Mr. Wicxurr. another Union oandidate
elected by a large majority, published the fol
lowing tetter from Wickl-md, June 10.
Tbat a clear understanding may be bad of tb
position in which be stood when elected, We
... a. .a. af . i ' 'V ' '' ' -
WICKLAND, June 10, 1861.
Jfttr ofc S ViHmat William . booty end .
j 1 i i, i
ffoefffien TTr'a my retara home oa th 8th, I r
elvd your tetter Informing m that I bad been Boa
1. h. nninn oarti nf tha Fifth Dlttrlct as a can
dle! for Oongr. Thl it a poeltlon which I did not
eek. aad I not only feel lb boaor, bat Its nspoaei-
UIbiw ar srlw la th hlttory of all th goTtrnmenU
wtna tb eltbtea I not t uoeny w muee nie rcr.io
da. MnnhMe. Tax nrant Ie en of tht (barMteri
aad, a my fellow dtlsa hav alld upon ma. Id not
(1 at 11 Deny IO oeeuna iue rwpwuwu,, ,
Tb ttm tw.wMB thl aad tbleetloa (liOih Jane)
addition, ib II mm and affliction ot my 'am-
Ui. will prrraut me from making a camvu through the
talftlflQle 'J - m-mrm - -
tbe peopl know ma, aod tnut m s their &pra
eeotatlr Of on thing they may be enured tbat I
Oall act falter taeffort to ebUla thow oonetttutional
.narastae aitteiary to ta precast aaa rawra eecunty
r tne ir ataw.
Z shall da w wltheentldtnt hop af
UCces. . - -
I eball support every bonorable and J ait msasor
Woh ahall hav for tuobjwt th tnnlotion of th
oreeeul wwbetaeaa tha Worm aad Sooth. I (hall ad-
a """" . . .....I ... .... . ,11.. nf . Nav.
T0aaie a oeaeauoa u. Hwuiim -an. "-a "
Uonal Ocnrentlon as the beet. If not th only meata of a
peaoafnl iatien of th teeoee InvelTed. .
It la knewa tbat I hav labored te ladoss Keataeky to
reaula ta tba Union, ace wa as bduti pan to un
i.,jabiaa. Tmm exertion ihall not be lalaxcd
It ha Mea eharged that ttil war bs been InauguraUd
be tha United States for ih parpo of Ortuhlng nd tab-
i,in. th- elm Bla let. ttm char Is aot tra. I
Wa OppOe. It. mimtmw k. a a. . iu. m-r r" r"""
wu eoa.oBod by Soata Oarollna aad ths eeceaed StaU
by rariotu aot of opea hoeU.lty by tb Salsar of th
fort, arnail, nary yaid.atioa hootea enbrtreaaary,
Blnta, nosey, and property of th United BUtei by arm
4 1.. Air the aautair of fort B alter, th whole
illliary fore of th Souta wis tarnta loware waauing
.ii. M,h th daelarmtlona made br th ofiuer od
.....tuia eamof the Ooc federal Bute that their
parpo aad objeot wa tb eeisor aad ecapatioa of
WaahlBgtoa city, aad th orarthrow of that OoTereaeat
founded by Waahingtoa and his compatriot tb bt
OoTernaMat vr foraa oy Bum.
Mm mtriat. bo auBiaeBiaa ooaia oa wtiuoi ae. ea
Bow he willing to wltoeos with lndlfferenoe, tb eSTorU
of th BoatlMrn uoniecwraoy ae iaae pvraewa vi uw
aian. ua (lanital of tb nation, and deatroy that Bov-
riMttt which bu protected It eltino at borne and
abroad. Was it wrong t nlt thl datarBlae aod
,nnj mraaaa ef the coaiaoeiawa mea oi to kiui
That Capital id tut b proleeted, aad oar SoTarnatnt
natb prcnrVM. It IS not -taiBCOia uorerniueni,
bat thaOoreraBOntof th psopK the Oorernaient
lb CnUad SLaw that 1 ua a&z.ea n preeerre ira
I with to b dtftlsetly ndTtood upon thl Sobjeot
Shoald thBnant war aawM the purpoee aad dettgn
of the ahoUUea o (leverr la th Slalte.er of depriving
a tlai of any eptitattaal right. It will soeolr ao
apport fra , of iuwr bob or Beaey; on ut sea
trary.ByamaBd decided oppotdtloa. do long as
aay b BieiBMT to keep aa army Ib tb field to dfnd
b Ouitu aa4 tieane th Store ma ant freta the et
na It of Its enetoiea, foraiga er doaeitiv, U Boet b
Stutalser n longer. , t.
I do aot deea tt Beeessary tnat in un repij a eevuiu
say Bore. Of oa tatag ay renew -oiviernt wmj raa
aaatmdi that. If atatrted. BT OOBIiaat effort ahU
devoted to OwwstoratloBaf patos and the aaalataaano
Ol th VBWBa ... I
C. A. WICKLIFFE.
The New York TW correspondent of th
S2daJBi. ,,.i I, . , e-'. -i 1
i Tu Waajtm to Gbh . BcBf mos. Tbe atate-
smoS that Gsn. Soheneku waa warned, while
bla way to Vienna, of tbe presence of tne fteoei
ferae there, bu been recelred wltb some doubt.
You may be assured that it ie the f sc, and that
the advanee wu ao naae ta ixooienoe. .- wen
Sottenok orefrr4 to'lo oa and see.? ; .,-,
. He weat end aaw and foand. . '
I'M . IiJ-i- n i ' ' ' '"
'- IigybirAirr LiaAi Dtoisio C6monih6 Tot
BiraiciUr-Jadge t .t. Bbooks o( Elmka, pre
sidio sr la tb Sixth Judicial District ot Nesr!
York, bas1 recently given 'an 'cfflclal bplbloo
says tb Buffalo ' Express, to ths' sffect; that
aets oa under th age of twenty-one year
sot-be eeUsfeat. directly Into-the army of
Udlted Jfttatee1, without th wrltteti .eonsent
Ills parent, oirLguar4isn, or master; buj'thai,
.1 ' ' ' . .' ' ....a at.- O . a - 1
be belongs to, uuisv oi ue vsatavroeiB
boend to dd military duty1 la th service of
United Bute, if br shall b tmt(trtT therein
'L.a J 'a, '.. .1 . .' OJ '
in pnreuaoct) o a caji pi we ffesweat, j
;. , .y-lv m ii I i i I ml I li)
.. PaeotTctioii'oy Goto ist CAuroaaiA. .The
followhig statement will exhibit the traduction
.a alii .Uf...f.' ..'AT ntnaa frAal tliala itluM.
0 Vii VBAWatUiai gjV.ia aa,.aav- Hv-iaaa r,.,.
cry tth present Umst ,,j .-,( .,,, bir
. 1.84Saa4.aaM4.i.M..a..a..i.Ur...a$ SS.909
, M...w,.. .., .B,)9S.C8
1H0.. ...a...... 48B41 IA6
' l"-.! ...... vv. .. .. M4M.KS
Jt.U;...1.t.i.... ..A... ...... M 1M.0UI1
t IK.aJ.a,,.,aH,-lu"a"a, 8 8iS,T5l
. .. . . fonu7MI
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lHW...5aFM....,a,-....a,.,a. .,,aJ a'0g
1 l7.i.X.H-.w..M...a.rtV W S.95S
18e,....,..a..a,..a"aaa, , 7.'.Jat
t8T Lteiitenant-GovorDor R.' C,'tstX ttvie
4 Jaw1 notloe (net be he declined th .
ef Paymastet hi tb Amy. Tb) Jml
j (Vi.' .j 11 i'..- .j.-.o .oiitin
liw?r7" ., lu , iiici. !.;; i-jt fcaifl .bait.
iU'J k-yeiikfM rii ty nt-uiflT
Gen. Schenck. Arrival of Troops at Grafton.
Geo. MoCliujin and staff arrived ononday
morning.' last. vCola, Rossar MoCoos;, Ma
aow and LoaiN Anoiirws' Regiments e ihere
f ' n ti ri H
Gen. MoCliixsn issued a proclamation from
Graftoofn whioh be says:
,. J'To my ere! regret I find that the enemies
of tb UuIumI uu-oontinu-o-0wy on a
system p( hostilities, jprohltxived by tbe lawf of
warfare among BeMIg(fninftions,aoi.pi cenroe
far more ticked end intolerable Wbed directed
against loyal citizens engaged In tbe defense of
the com moa -govern men t ofall. Individuals
and marauding parties are pursuing a guerilla
wariare, nnng upon sentinels anu picaets, ouru
ing bridges, insulting, lojarlng and even killing
citlsens because of tbelr Union sentiment, eto.
I do now, therefore, make proclamation ana
warn all persona tbat individuals and parties
engaged In this species of warfar will be dealt
with according to tb severest rules of military
law. ' v
"AH parson eivine Information of or aid to
tn puouo enemiu will oe arrestee, boo- aepi ib
close custody, and all persons found bearing
arms',' ualeas of known loyalty, will be arretted
m nsl tiaM Itram kvamlnatlnn ' -
To the Democracy of Logan County.
Wa hona thara will ba do further delay In efr
fptlni7 tha mnat thnrnnch and Sl&oient OrKn-
Uatlon of the Democracy of the Munty.T Let
tbett aeaembf in tbeir townshipsand by writ
ten Constitutions, containing sucb pledges as
tha time demand, nlam themselves' In 'oerfeot
readineu for any duty which the defense of
tbelr country ana tbe protection ot tseie wwu
narannal tlffhta nit eenuire. 'i PI ..v i f.
r.Z. ---- ---
we are not yet under marnai ia. d.,
lines hav not been obliterated .rOsr Govern
ment has pot beenrToosolidated.1 There is no
law abrldslnw tha freedom of SDCeoh end tbe
light of vote. It is therefore tbe privilege of
the Democrscy to meet as heretofore, organ
ise as their enstom bas been, nominate tickets
for State and county officers, and tben put forth
tbelr united strength for the redemption of tbe
State. . . -i , .... y.
Instead ot cause for disbanding the Demo-
oratlo party, tbe great peril of tne country im
peratively requires a more compact anu rmi
nrvanixitinn than Tr Emnhatloally the Un
ion party; tb party of the Constitution and the
lawsi Us only national party in oeiugi m ".
the Union is mor than endangered, tbe Consti
tntlon Inrraoted North and Booth, and our glo
rious nationality about to b sbivsred In frag
ments) now, we say, more than ever, it Is im
cerative on the Democracy to rally with all the
might tbey can summon, with all tbelr energy,
abd all tbelr Intellect, lor 'toe union, raw uua
atltnrlnn.-and the enforcement of the Laws. '
Again-we say to the -Dmooraoy of Logan
county Organize at onoe into clubs id every
township. Tbe safety of the oonntry , and your
. . . a I , . r .... . ' i
own aaiety, oemanaa n.-A-yn ww..-
Thle officer la in command of a company
Norwalk, Ohio, aow atamp Chase, near Co
lumbus, Obior end aa our Governor Dennieon
usilv aDoreclates tbe capabiiiues oi w est roini
era, to command 1a-tbe army, we most re
spectfully turn attention to tbe merits and qual
ifications ot this young officer, and suggest tbat
the public service would be benefitted by giving
blm tbe command or a Regiment, no uBrau
oata of tha MUitarr Aesdtmy et West Point,
and bis arsoclates.iieM.. of tbe Academy at the
tiro, ware, wltb others. Col. lUoCook, now In
commsnd of an Ohio Regiment, Lleuta Gar.
rard and Blemmer. U. S. Army, Jerome fl. Ho
oaparte, of Maryland, and Caps. Smitbrnow at
Camp Cbue. We may as well conclude tbla
article by a paragraph Irom tne Lronaoo limes,
nubllshod some years ago: Austria, Prussia
France, educate their officers, and promote them
according to tteir capabilities, cngiaua Dar
ters the command of ber Regiments to any man
capable or iueapable. who has served the requi
site time, and oan command tbe requisite amount
of moaey and Interest.- -The great republic of
America bu wisely resolved that the ftv troop
su kmhU 6s 0 mnd oMfuUf iffiertd; tbat
nothing shall be loot through uUt4 slestdify
r atuhorilttiot ignormnct. Eogland, forgetting
that ber moss illustrious General- wu taught In
Franol, still risks th fortune and livu of ber
soldiers oft blind bravery and solid idYflstuosliy
Whtlal thq iifllaaaia -orh-e tt-t-i ' J wl
Point, raise the Stars and Stripes or tbe Union
on the towers of San Juarrd'UUoa and advance
tne glories of tba Anla-Sxoo race, tbrongb
30 degress of latitude." -
Exictmoits in JayAii. A letter from Jeddo,
a . - a a . a.1 a a
paa,tn toe AOeme uu gtera, twnisina tne
lollowlng passage! , , - . -r
Executions are very frequent In Japan, and
in Jeddo soaroely a day pusee without one -
Beheading ana ripping opa tne aoaomen are
tbe most usual paoishmeats inflicted Not
long since the murderers of a prinoe were boil
ed to death lo large kettles. The other modes
of execution by which the Japanese tribunals
attempt to terrify criminals, are crucifixion,
cnitlno- ooen tbe chest, breakinc tbe limbs wltb
an Iron Dar, exposing ue crimutat so buboes oi
insects In not weatner, alter stripping, mm Bas
ed and smearing. -bis body with honey, etc
rbeae cruel tuniomnts, aowever, ao not ai-
micUh the numbes of orimse; on the ooutrary,
tha aaem to bare oiodaced tbe moat reoklese
aon-emrt of death. Tbe following Incident
occurred not Jong slnoef.i A Jspaneee police
man waa walking along tns middle oi tns street,
when a EaroDsan on, horatback told him
stand ulds, aod, aa the order- wee aot obeyed,
strook blm Un a whip, me Japanese rusnea
on the sgfsor, nnborsed him, and drew bis
sword to kill him. whena 'Delbbortns: shoo
keeper exclaimed tbat it was th English Con
sul. in Japanese nesitatea on ncaruig vuu,
and the foretRner meanwhile aot away. With
his drawn sword in bis band, the policeman lm
nadiatalr went to tbe neareet uiounai ann
stated his case to tb presidios; : lodge.'. 'You
drew your sword to aveoirs thasffront,' said ths
. W a... r. . JIJ
magutrat4 'tbat wu tigntj out you uia not
kill your enemy, and you knew that ah insult,
if not avenged-by-tbe blood of the offender.
must be aveneed Dv toe oiooa oi toe onnaea.-
Tbe Judge bad hardly finished speaking, when
tbe polioeman ripped aa hie abdomen- with,
own band, and died pnthe apot. '.'f ' .'.': ;,' ; .
Captain Charlee . Orevev, oi Co. A: of the
Webster Regiment, ha resigned' for reasons
t.I.V Ml a. - i.Jt tr. ...... 1 ' ,
viuc wm ve ouaiweuuH. .weaa;,, r j,
, Holding the position of seolor Captain, with
bnt a aliebt knowledge of military taotios,
considered tbat as so many were offering,
would do my duty better by giving up a oo rated
position with a well-found bop tbat cone one
more experieaoea in military me wouia imme
diatelv be found to take the position I held..
believe that to be immediately a useful joflcer,
one should not only possess gallantry but an
dsnt love of military not military parade
military drill and discipline and many
ing these qualities bave been led, In times
peacs, to devote tbeir time ana mtna to it,
thereby became proflolent ifflcer and that
those not possessing, these requisites, wbo,
-aoeideotar by ipflusnoe, obtain poslflobfeeUad
in tbe wsy of thou wbo do, and thereby Injure
our efficiency, and htvlihe cause w all bave
beart. I believe, also, tbat many who will
bonorably distinguished In this war will be those
ho, a month ago, hardly knew the first posi
tion of a soldier, but will earn the distinction
by tbeir capacity, bravsry, and natural energy
Capt., Grottf nas received -an honorable dls-
onarge.K,p r .i .k i
loa R. R. CiAMnoif of this city bas rsoeif edJkB
appointment of Qaartermaster letfisaimy,
left this morning for the east to enter vpon
discharge of bis duties. This Is a good appoint
ment' Mr. Cuamiiok tu QasrUraiaeUi-
Col. Kine'g ataff at Camp Jsckson from tbe
eall for troops." Bf the falthlat discharge
bis dntles, aad his gentlemanly demeanor, be
won th ferj ef soldiers and 'elttrsniul 1 , i
The remark above will veil apply to Capt.
Josss and Assist. Cora. Jaab Smoirros, of
Kmo's Stair, tzoept tbat we ,bav not beard
tbelr receiving an appolntment bnt are In bopes
soon eball. .Tbey should not be overlooked.
The; have faithfully dlsoharged their dury.T.'
ITCantaCBABua WunrtT.bf.thls elty, Is
polnUd Brigade , ? J' Ww
Major, la Oen. Bill's bUb iA good appoint-.
..k . ... ,... ,.a., r-
".! - i lui SIVtfi.--'fael) Ve-l i- a-.i.tl
- ,fai,:ntO teiiv'J b.- 'i lull
Mi a r'Ad
! j-ji;s dj,lli..-.'v v . KIkjh
Wood's Hair Restorative.
are every new
discovery, for nine, ease out of ten they are
quack nostrum, but we take great pleasure in
recommending Professor Wood' artiol to all
wboaanalr is railing off, or turning grey. . UOr
well known Contributor; Floley Johnson, Esq.,
bu experienced the bene&t of .he applloatlonn
and loins wltb as lnspeaking of Its vlrtoes. iit
all try It aqd bald beads will be
iss rare u snow
la Summer. Jfottieior FMrlot
On Bbodsy tveoinf, IttueDad, at th resldtno of hr
, J. Davis, oa Nortb-Sigbth ttreet, la this slty, Mrs.
VitdaxtT Davis, about sixty year of sgs.
SUPPLIES FOR THE ' OHIO
; " . CeLBKsus; Jan S3, 1881. , t
PJALED 'PHOPOSAL8 WILL BB tlOIITBD AT
I th oBo until th 8ih day of Jaly". for turblihlDg
th ImUiuUob wim - t .-i -.-
fj'.a t,000 PomnaeTreait Beef i.s.v-r
Pr eek, dellrered la the tYiat qaarters, eaell wk, in
equal proporiloo, n Monday, Wedueadayi aad Vri
day, (rem July 7ih, 1B01, to tb Mb.day; o( I)eomUr,
r. 8000 PonntJ, Cortie Beef ,
PerWMW, (roa Ju'y Tlh to Becember SOth, 1861. Th
Ber to b of good quality, olar of knuckle, bon and
ghanki. c - J
- Th quantity to be LoorMeed or dlmislthed ss lbs War
4B aiy Si root. .- . 'T.
ai.ru H ae will d receirea at me tun aaie. ana vt
th tan ttm, for the clear, rough and talt greteeoC the
lotttaUona"iiTr r, i-i. ir, ,i oaas
Ma bid will b oonIdrd unlet nutfhetory ourlty
for th faithful pcrfgrasnc of th acconpaaui
SsohWd-. , J. -
No bids wilt be nesirsd opsa w nay r isttiog r. - i
. N, Haaloar- ' X '"ta ,:'"t -l g'V ;c:;T5:A .V- J.3
. II. S. Pabm, Dlrootert. , r.,.-r;, .
J. J. Wood, ) -Jf ' ': VT-. -
JVaa A. f ntHilua.-naruaBr
JeJSdSw- c fj.-.- C. i. r .ir! :t,'f.:M u!a
Clothing for Ohio Troopi.
SI AlID FBOPOSalS Will,. BB B10B1VCD AT
tha oo of A. D. Bullock. No. U Wt Beoond
atraat. Clnalnnatl. and at the Qoartennaater. Oentral'
offlc at OoinaM, boiu n a, oi lat vavai, eie
S8th Inst., for th following supplies::. ... - . -
ii noa Baanlatltm OrerooBt. all-wool sky-blua Kerxy;
dOOOaeiralatloa Frock Oeats, all-wool, heavy dark
bin Ql'othi ... , ...j. ' . .
4,ouo Emulation pairs TroWtr all-wool, sky-Mas
; 800 ReguUtloa Cavalry 7cluitSL ltvy, dartt-Mus
D SOO Begubtlon Cavalry . Trowisr, air woof,. Urk-
. . . . a.,. al. . . j.......
BIO B.rBey, leinmroau HVHVBV UaUla, ,
. 500 Regulation ArUUsry Jaekfts, all-wool, heavy
SOO Regulation Artillery, trowiers,. sll-wool, dark-
Mn Keraer: - ' - ' ''J t ' ' '
. 1,000 Kegalaitaa Ovarooatf 1 1 mounted, men,
bin hkny; - -r '.
10,000 Pair Hegojatton Bocks;
4,000 shtrts ry aBlxedf '- . , . '..;'
S.0O0 pair Draeert, gray ualon; I i "u'
J.000 pairs Bhow, pggd or Mwed. .. . , c i U r'rr.
ah iha abor ar rMUlre to b of tnatarlal and Style
corrpoBdln In erry rpot to in Biaie army awga-
a.mr,la Taalternt of ch artlol 111 "b fnrnlthed by
th Sato, aod ay ba oa and after th. 83 th Inst., at
ay fBola Olnolanati, aaa at loa'MuararaMWfevD-
erai e VaUlTa, 1H VW.aaaa,a-Ma. .. , ' . - .
Bid a net be and eprateiy ipr cn arncw, io bu
to Itt Indanad on DT0B.' O '- - - J- '1
for til aeeeptts oia tn rwruciwui e nqinwn
gir bond to th Stat qf Ohio, wltb safldrot eeearlty,
Inr tha faithful Berforalano of th oontraoti and in
cat of failure In th Urn of dellTryOriBtheqBllryof
the Brtiola, is Btu reetrrti ta ngoi to prncure
tbea lwhrt the expeoa ot ue oentraetor. .
P.ma,,t lo be Bad at th Dleatnra of th Butt With,
tat ninety day froa the completion of oootrmet. All
artiste (hall be (trbjMt to. inspection befor being r
aaal.avH he thai Stale. . ....... ...... .
Pellrory to b mad at Oolutnbut! on qoirter within
tan diva from data of contract, and to b eoapltd
Bithln thirty day, at tb rataof om toorlh ef whol
gtaoanl in each week thereafter.., - ' ! '
No bid for lew tbaa ftrs haadiad pleats of any ona
artlol will o oontiaeiea
. Ohio taasBlBStaied g eods wm be preferred.
. j b::n i;o. - 0 t. bDOKINSHAH
; .; i ... r:i:-9ft. - enu. mannm;-
'. jetst-4td . .. -i .) . J-t:c I v.
Elegant lace Mantillas
BAIN to GON,
N"o. 29 South HigK St.
HAT B Juit openei' an Invoice ot vry .UrBSalaad
PUSHER, FRENCH. AND ' C04NTILL A
" : LACE MANTILLAS AND FOINTE3".-
WnE .Febnch Lack JIfoe 7 Shawls.
Very Peep Freioh Flouncing Laos
Real Thread, Frenob, ChaoUlIa S Oeneveee
Yalenclennei, Point de Gaze, Brusiel
and Tbreaa Laces and couari, 3
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFB, . .
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINEN COLLARS oTCCFFB,
c - ' - in new Shape
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS. . .
. . . For traveling,
PRICKS TJirrjgp AxXi x Low,
Traveling Dress G-oods.
U0ZA&BIQU3. POfUNS, piUPBJUtD'll OBXCK
BILK. POU Bft CmVBkS, .. v
- - L ATSLL Al, BK00BI TALIN Ct Al, o.
Tb beet as Boat fathtonabl tyle la th city,
ATE VERY JjyVT PRICK8.
.1 ,:. ftAiN t 80Kr-
.S9ooBtb High Birest
TO WHOM IT MAY. COHCERJT.
The Public Works of Ohio
Orrtcs br ra Lnetn or tb tttim Wosgs,
. 1 . . .5 . ... -oetoasoa, aioa , leei
rpija andenlgntd having beooat tb Letter of th
.1 ronii irorne or uni, aoatr tne act or stay e, joqi
and having entered Into th poeaettlon of sua Work.
hereby gie e notlo that la operating; oader aald lea,
sod dlecfaarging tbelr outlet under the aaae, th boat
a will be traataoted with tb public through ageau
appol- ted by th Leeeeea. asdweaeh ruleeaegoJailoni
reetrietion na iinmauotn, a snail o preeorioca
Thot Agent for th pTtttnt, will sontlat of on Gen
eral agent, a Treeaarerand aeoretary, forth Central
Offle of tb Leoe at Colonrbm; tnd th nceeisary
BBaBoor or napertDwrmenis or jsepwr ana uoiMOion
Toll On th Sertral Work embraced la the lent
Tb genual Ageat ahall Bs ah prlaelpal execatlre
offloer of lh Leueee, aid (hall Bar oharte of th gen
eral baalnee nffle atColombet. Be ttul! hv toper
vMon ever the badoet of th tense with tbs SSMIS.
sad as aeb agent (halt meat all contract, ezoept
tbote for labor and material! eooxotd with th ' rdlna
ry upaiiw of tb(tvnl Works, and b ahall aoiit sud
tetti u acoonot.
Th dailee of th Treeorr and lecreUry ahall
snch as ar aioally dteohargod by sleal lar otHoea In other
Th Baprlntwdats of fie pain abalL on their r
Speoilv dliltlns, bar power to employ aad ditcharge
all aabordlnalts aod labor re, and te parehu all tool
and matiilt neoetaary m th ordLoair repair of tuck
aintiuB, ana tne tame aau u aaoer tntu pBiat Oi-
Th Collector of Tolls, Water Bents and tlnet, or
Inrated with all th authority and power, provided
the law ef ih Stat and th regulation of th Board
of Pabll Works, mad n thatftorpoe, wbea aeh Oel
lector acted under appolalmont and aulboiity from lb
BUt T r a a a ,7, , - -a .f-'T
Mo indtnaoai' tneoDer or u LesMes shall hav lh
right to traweect balow la the pars, of th Leteeet,
wltb any perton or pertont, In any ether manner than
through the appcicted Breata, unlet, specially authoris
d by ib Leieree o to do) oor ahall oy on of th sp
pointed agent hae aathorily to traoeaot any hoaln
la Ih same of tb Leteeet, except ta th particular
branoh of the boiln oenOded to him, and tuhlcct
tb raatrktloD aad HmitaUoa ef hi aeency.
lie aathorlty to berrew moaey aa the credit ef th
teieait, ahall am oalti'la tif L , ttmt or ether
employee of lb Le, aal th am (hall b oorj
feived by a anaalmoue vota of th Leeteei.at a rgalr
mtatlng, and th amount ao athorlsd ta ba borrowed
neelfted la the order and entered oa th Jotarhal.
Obo. W. Murrmav I tb Oeneial Agent of
teeeeei, Bdmabm B. BaiTB, Treaeurer, aad Jom
Joyob, Seereurya v !. . ,...,. .:(,.-):.,. ,
Tbe Superintendents of ytepair ar1 " " ' rtw.
On the Ma at B Canal and W, BS M, tA-3tri
CooywA, Taosus Baows, wa. J. Jacoo aad Asm
On the Ohio, WalhoedlBf aad RoeVtcfCantlt aad th
Muaklngam Impru reenetKuBea , Mpetai,' Taeau
Miuaa, Dmmi MoOaSTBT,- tYLneraa Mapsaat
IdwasbBaai.. . . ' 4. .. , . -,
Th Colleotor on th Oanalt, statklntnua- TmproTB
Bent and Maume Boad, sr th itm thl were la.th
erne of the Sat at th Urn of lh Bxccotloa of th
Laai bal all th atoreeal.t geat heM their appoint
mentt t th pleaear ad (ptlon of tb Le.Met. , ,-,
rt,l ) -rrif. .1-.;,,, (- JoegPH COOVIlt,'.'
, WM. J. JAOEBOlf,
H..,.. - " THOU AS MOORB,
.. U I V !' ' rTHOKAS BSOWK;
rr l- i -vssssss! tbs rami Works.
SPMIIVO CLOAKS AND BASOtNEBI
t ttyiu i maar, . aiee. hiara e'lmim
I aaaalalBL Mtlaaaa. mm t.H ...a -- . .
' UtUaSSia4 BasejaJasSi ,r ml ui 11, v (spU
c . tuai mk.'-.m' stsi-.rv .:i He rtUri,,, i
.,: 'ft : 1 m
I i'l t a!?it.ri
f D A I ri Jf. o tl
I UHI id fa . Baa . f If. , j
N6a 29 South Hlgl itreet,'Columbna,
a hV now oryiRiKO m ' i . tJ
JX tooo yard fiaytUne Prits Ooodi atoHevala
tSOOysnl 1 rarellDg Drea Ooodt at Mitt ra'us ROoU.
am yanl Kngllth Brag at ViH, raloa St cents,, r
low ami PreaMUrgMaieeavtKH, vauv nuoesi. ...
SOOo yard Faat Oolortd Lawn at 10 Talu 1 oent.
luuu yardt jrouiara urate eniiai ari, raiu au cenu.
1510 yard Sopor Plain Blask Bilk at C I 00, t1 1 SS.
ftoUa of' OntaBdl Bene, ud iBgllth Seraie, at on.
blf their yalu. .
, . r-. , , - a ain a bub, . -Je28.
. t . r . r" - : 89 South High Btxet.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
ConnectlDg at Creitltn with ths' PIITSBTJROn, FT
""V?ATlta OBIOAOO bailkoad
br PiMntrtK, PkOatttpMa and SaUlmor. JUo
f" tor Fvrt War ona CMeaqo.
Conneotlng at Clereland with th LAU snOKl KA11-
Fer Ditnttlrk, Bnffalo, Albany Bo's-
wn, ana nsw isrs,
THREE TRAIN!!!", DAILY,' ' '
ii)'t- .-.t-d-rir ri"' . .. ....
Iron Uolaaku, la eoBBSStion with Tralnson tb -
little nniami and' coi.rraBcr9
" AND AEItlA HAILHOAIrS. -riBSt
NIGHT IIPEES8.-tT OolumbhS st 3.40 A, M I
will leava peat-anger t sll sUttons south of Oaltoa,
nn at uaiavare. aanivr. uarameann uu u, I au. u.
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at 0!rlnd
t 9:00 A. M., PanklrkI:0O P. M.. Bagel IBP. M.
Albany S.W a. M., new ion o:x a. a., ooiion a.aiv
P. M , PltUbnrgh vl Creetlln 3;i0 P. M , Philadel
phia MO A. M. Chicago Tt Creetlln at 7:00 1- M. .
IIOOND TRAIN. -'-r
ejlflW TdBK tXPRIBS leave Colaaho ( 11:10
a a. wuiewp aiiaewie utein, tier rruiie Beipnar
Springe), Delaware, Oardlngton, Oailoa OrMtllne, Bbel
be. Nw Loodon. Wolllngtoa and Orfion, arriv at
OIvland at 3:3 p. a. Sanklrk, S:tO p. m. Buf
falo, 10:Si p. m i ArtMny, 8:45. tn.; New Toik,l!
a. Bctton, Ju p. m. xm xibib oonneeie at poei-,
for Banduiky, and at Oaflou for Toledo, arrirlng at
oled at 0:40 p. m. : .''
:: .ff-if-r r, ' THIBD TRAIN. : " sr. ,i-;. a
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leere Columbui
at 8.80 p.- a.1 - Will stop at all sltioBS South of
Bhelhy, aad at Hw Losdoiw V?lltngtn, Orerton,
and Berea; arriving at Olevaliad at f:30 p. m i Baa-
kirk, :tru. m. easaio,sawa a-i Aiotay,:up.m.i
New York. 70 o. a. I Boetoa. 11:45 p m.l PiiUbargh.
efaiOmtllna.at IIiUb.b.I PhUadalohla. 1:00 b. a..
Chloago, eta orntiln, o: a. ta. ioi Train conned I
at ehelby for Beadoakyand Toledo, arrivlBB at Zoltdo
at8:Up.B. ..v- ii) t--i , - -.:i,ja.i..i
Patent Sleeping Cari are' raa on all
fligatTraini to cuoago, new
- ' York and Boiton.-
Baggag CAeotext tJurtrnth S Xma York and Bottom
via vufumqi mi. to rewNsjwiwviivi
aVw Torktia Orutltn:
ret CRN ING-
Wl.tit Wvrnaaa aVfteaa atOalnffibni at.. .11:15 P.' H.
m.,aii,n.H Kmreaaarrteea at Oolumbotat 10:50 A. M.
Aoeomaodatioa Isprss arrival at Colambui tT:W
IS, '- ' -. v : - .--a . :- , r -
Fstrsj et Lew e y satty other Bte,
. lii for TUktut CrttUmr CUvtland.i
,.. . . ,i : i I. 8. F LINT. : "-
- 1 -i :. Baptilntendeat, Clmland, Ohio:
J AMIS PATTERSON, Agent,
i . f ::". i Oolimbo, Ohio.
Colombo, Jon 17, 1881. - ' -- "' " '
Ohio : White;' Sulphur Springs,
DELAWARE CO., OHIO.
This Favoeue Resobt will be open
7: , . ,,.fqr Vibhobs, '
: Juno lo, lOOl.
rixuu niaitiM aoaanme ntratae rasaAso,CAitt
AecoBBuBaiaB at agDOOaa Satis.
tor rooms oa raroEM ATioy,
Ltwls Center P. 0.,Dlwr Co. .Ohio,
may S8;dlmo, . : ,
OHIO TOION LO.&N.
. .. ..-5a.'-
Ornct or tag CoBBitetoirta or nm Bisirne yture, .
Oolobsdi, Ohio, Jan 10, 1801. - ) .
npBI OommitsloBan of tb Sinking f asd of th Btate
L of Ohio invlt eubeoriptlon h the popl of lb
Stat to tha Loan of Two Millions of Dollar,, aaiboria
d by the ct of th Oeneral Ateembly " To proyld
mora cnootnaiiy lor tn o ence oi in bum agunstU'
raaloa. oaad torll W. lcdl.-
- Oartl (teat will b laeatd ta somsef SIOD, aodnp-
ward, payabla July 1, low. at in But Jreaeurj. Dear
Ing tntnt at the nt of tut per cent, ear annum, pay
atiir Mal-annaally, aal by lbs set SBtborislaa Ih loan
free from tasBiioBa .... - ,
Sabaotiptioo wlllb leosived at tb offle ef tb Ceov
ml loner la th Oil of Colombo, at eaeh of th ol
root hankta Ir.wliaiiOMla ta But, aad at the rtral
loont Treetatiei la the Slats, uatll tb ist day ef
July, ISSlr .- . ; i i...
late net will be eompt4 aad paid trass tbe date ef
ta dtpMit or tn money at u.r si tn dis sre
B. W TATLIK, Auditor Of BUM
Aa P. RUSaiLL, tecreiarrof Bait.
JAMBI MDBaAl( Attorney Seneral.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Sprltsf t Water 8t., ,
W. Ba' POTTfl ' 00
Lad Ujnufactarrr of Brae asd Oompodtloa Cat tings,
"v spiaoea jinMBi nura oi bu vwonpuwa. ,
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
r STENCIL CUTTING, 4VC. t
-r,-, T- ADVBBT1I
ADTBBTlSBMBNTv- ' rrTT-n
rer tb. WSTAITT Ulilll
PBBMANBIVT flUBl Of til
(let reefing emalelat ass '
C If D T V 9
tuaisfg. B,Baimuuou.,iujiae t,(
rrvo bi per doxj se&i ire oy poei.
0B B ALB . AX ALL. JDIBTB.'
mayt-dAwlyl f , , ,n - s
TTNION ENVELOPES KAHITV OP
J dMlfas,at,Wperl.OW ' ''
at ball tb pneetbarged by small dealers, I'" - "'
TJ7B1AD QUARTBRS Wo. 79 Bouti High tfreet
0ojnbas,May8,ietil.nr. ... ., - J-HaBILBT.
. St. , ' '
LE ACHED BBEETINOI AND
BHIBTINOB, all widths, of moat oetobrete
bow offeree la greateet Tarteiy and at veiw tow prtooa,
ain bub. i
Ho. (9 floetth Blati etreet.
SPECIAL IN 011CES,
mOFr AT'S LIFE PILLS. (
la all caee of oottlTeneai, mtrta, atlllea aad ttrot
sffseUoBs, t41s.itMeaaUsa, frrert sad sga, ebs
aat head ache, aad all geatral dattiaateot baalUi
thM PUIS bar tnTariably provd aesstala aiiAp)d
remedy. A ttngl trtal wtii place tbs Xtfl PU1 bsyvod
aa a. - a ...... i a . a.- - .A . I .
Kiereacu BioooopeRUOf IB VM.ntimooa 01 Tty p
nesili r, .ittOt.'eiu. AUtiinn
Sr.Kotnt'sPl.osiili'BltttrswlU bs ftmnd tqallly t
aeaaloas Is U oue of jurroas deMUty, dyayspslaa bead
aoheythe lkaes totndol to female in dUcn health,
sn4l- k1aid of wwkaeaS at Ch digwtiT trgaa.
Por'ssmby-Dr.W.B. MOTPAT.13, Bioadway.lf. T
and ty sll Prugtuts. 'i' i - ' Bayes-d1'
:.lliti&lk sifrftot fron t
tetter written by tb 'B. 'K'J,' 'BoUa, psrtvr 01 flu
rUrrepolat-Btraet Baptist phurob. Brooklyn, I. Tnt
velaaws fa Btver ef that wortd-ren owned medietas, Mis,
WtaWs Boorawe Sraor roa Cliuwn Tunueei .
HTsaa aavaa,ai bt year eolnmn of Mas
WurtLOw't Soeraixe iraotV Bow w ejever aald ward
la rewr of a patent me4ietjror la r Ufa, bet ere
feel mipHd tossy to yoor reeaert that thie la ao ham
bee wa aava vaiaa ar, aea aiea rr to aa alb it
stumta- It le ptebably et of the meet mtreeeerai metH
eteee at th day. beeaoe U la eaa of Ihevaeetv- Aa Uwe
f yoWaikrwlwsvelmieaa'de br lAu I
laraBaaarfky.P ..i...ti-. .t..JWily4W
,riri "I .', tua ta , - V- ,u --''''
i ,Svs i ii.A .-ia,.-
Ipin AVIBIOAlt WATCH COMPANY, of Walt
haa., Mass., lugs to oall th attention of tha public to
following mphatlo raooauasndatioa of Waltham
Watches, by ths leading practical Watchmaker! and Jew
r throughout th TJaltod 0tats. Th ntir lltt of
slgnataies to tt Is ,alt too long for publication ta on
admtiaement; bat tb nan pretested will b rcog
nlaed Ey(hoM acquainted with lb Tnd u being in th
blaWt degree repoUl and and Influential, At tblr
etabllahments aay always U found th genu! Wakb-
ss ef to CoBpany'l sasanfsetnrs, la grtat variety. . ; ..
lignatarss from atany cltiss and towns not fully
reeented In this list will appear In a futars advtr '
ssaata- - t, : -
. . .; k , '
.. . . .. to m?rauo. .
The aadcnlgasd, eraetleal Watohtsaku aad dsalars la
Walch, baring bought aad sold American Watctua ft r
nuaiWt of yean part, Sad Ivarlng dealt ia all kinds of
foreign W atone for a much looser period of time, beg to
stats that tbey bave never dealt In Watelws which, as a
slass, aria Individual !nstanos,bavsba mor sail
factory to'tbssisslvea or cmtomers, whether In retpect of
durability, beauty of nnltb, Bathematlcslly correct pre-
poitlojisi aseant eoeapentatlon and sdjuttaent, er of
fin timtpbg' rsseffs, than tboss matsfactuied by
lb Waltham Company. ' . . r "
9. 1. CBITTINDEN, Crereland, Ohio.
WV.BLTtlH, 1 Oolambu,
JAUBB I R08B. ZaeTlll, " :
H. JENKINS CO., Cincinnati,
BICK1B St SMITH,
WM. WILSON UcOaiW, " "
DUHUIStOOa, " "
0 PLATT. . Dlwr,
KINO St BROTHER," Wan, ,
J. T. It B. Ha BCWA&DB, Chloago,
f . I. ALBZANDaB, La Salle,
JOHN H. ktOBBB, Peoria, "
W. H. BIOHMOND, " i
H.D.KAYS, Blooming ton,
A. BafllLLSTT. "
8. Da LILLBbTON, Decatur, "
t. B. CDBBAN, SprlDgfleld,
J. W. BKOWN, tjulncy, '
a Ba TOBltl. " "
BABSa t UULSBiAH.. . "
Aa F. BOTNTON, . Saltna, . . "
WM. Ma NATO, , JaokeonTllle,
1. NOBTBIT, Cherry OroTO
A, W. yOBD, Freeport, .
WM. 80HBBXBR, Peru, -
J. M, VOX, Canton "
WILLABD atHAWLBY, Bynca, N. T
N. EAIQHT, Hmbargh, '
H. StD.BOSXNBBBa, Huehttttr,
0. A.BUBB StOO. -
B. B. KTTBNBBIMa.B4 00. " "
WM. 8. TAYLOU, UUc, "
W.W. BAHNAH, ' Hudtoa
Ha B. St B. 0. OARPBNTIB, Troy,
HOBKINB k BTANB, Oowego,
HAIQUT at LSAOU, Auburn, "
JAMBS BTDB, .
JOHN B. ITBS, Falrport, "
WILLIAMS St 00., Canandalgui, "
. H. BBNNBT, " "
A, B. BTOBMB. Poaghkaepil. "
WM. B. MORQAN.
Jan earl! 1.
Bt. Lob la
i. A. CLARK,
BLOOD It POTMAN.
JOHN J. JENKINS,
W. Ha WILLIAMS,
A. V ARDBH,
Ii. 0. DDNNINS.
OBAS. S WILLABD,
W P. BINOHAM St CO. a
CBAS. 0. PBBNOa.
0. A. DIOKXNBBN,
O. B. BABOOM St CO.,
J. M. BTANSH
THBO. P- PIOKSBINQ, '
Aa Ba VAN OOTT.
8. 0. SPADLDINfl,
BBINBMAN fc MB THAN,
BAM'L BROWN, Jr.,
W. T. KOPLIN.
BIO. B. TITOS,
B, I. LABOBLLI,
J. J. BLAIR,
OBO. W. MsOAlLB,
PBANOiBO. fOLACK, .
B T. HOP-MAN,
J. 0. BANNA,
0. X. B0BKKT8,
J- 0. COLON,
OBAS. L. PIBH1B,
B. M, St. OLAI 4,
K. Jt A PBTKR80H, '
W. T. BAB.
BEIOOfl P. BILLS,
OABSON tt BBASRON, '
TB09. OOWDBZ, .
BlMPBuN St PBZOB,
T. W. BKIFP.
J StA OaRDNER .
MAD RIO B et BBNBT
i t. BOOTT at 00., , . .
T. B. BCMPHBBIS, :
a. a. vootaSa,
. W. MOMrOOMXKY,
BINJ B. COCK,
DXrlR At HA8KI5S, '
B. D TI4DALB,
A BBBT IITT8.
P. W. MAOOMBBR,
1. 1 BURNS,
T. M. LAMB,
0. W. POOO,
W. M. BOOT.
JOHN B. SCOTT
N. MOODY, - '.
L.D. ANTHONY CO.,
TB0MA8 STBBLB 4V CO..
WM. BOOBBb 4k BON,
J. B. K1BBY,
1. 8. BONtINOIOV dt COa,
B. A. WOODPOBS,
H. d. Hal ti- t
JuBN L. SMITH,
J. 0. BLACKMAlT, "
L. B. HANDIBhOV,
N. O. OARhV,
080. W.DKWC0.. ,,
W. 0. 0. WOODBOBY,
WM. B. MORRILL,
RICHARD OOTB, ' .
M. W. OODDARl).
OBAS. B. BAOOtf,
P. M. HABD1SON,
TWUMBLY t SMITH, .,
MOBBS M. SWAN,
JAMBS BMBBY, .7 - J-''
SIM BON BLOOD,
HI WRY H.HaM," rvi
BOBKBT N. BODOt.
HBNBY MoKBNNBY,': v 1
TOMPKINS St MOKBXI,
0. 0. WILLIAMS, .
0. B.Bta lUBOaiBI,
. . LOOK,; , ;');,
BBIMBMA1D At HILDKITH,
A. A. MB AD, .. iVAf'i. i ,1
J. 0. BATES,
J.H. MOBDOCKjIyia ' v
0. 0. CHILD8, t r7- ,
t. 8 JBNNlNttB,
I. 000 BRILL, J
A.N.HALL. .Mllfora.. j: Del
BOBBKIWIXIBB, ., ),,; JtMeato, e-Q. W. t
' 0Atma.-eey Weteh Is aew wtatvly eounUr
fedted. by foniga awssfarts rers, we save te inform the
pallettisiaewBtnbair oetprodaotle wblebb anas
Ampealtdbya rtUloatof gatmss,heart&( tb
saaber of tb watch, aad Hd ky omr Trnsnrar,
I. Bohblaj, or by ear pfedoeor, AppUton, Tracy
Ce.i'. ,',,'U , f ,. ' ' "'
! Aa rheaa kataafara fo at! br !wIrfgenraliy"
(bnegBoal 9 tWotwtt aWrtoaa Watch Oompan' '
4 hot sellsU erters tot Mac wamhes. !-
KOBixnB a Arrutwn
New Bedford "
Ttunton, : "
San born ion,
Ooaoord, - .
.' Baaovos,. ' ; ' '
' Better, - vj
.t ' , : u : .
Bo. Berwkk, If.
Be. I' ,
Aaiastat - ?
. aocaiasa, -
. Psrtsaaoatb,. :. '
Avbera, s: -Bth,
. ,' ,
i . 1 1 t - m. - -
. MeepUr, "
. j . ' ,U "rf
' NerthSeld, " t
BU Jehaaiiar-'. - "
:' it. Albans. "A f.
wtmiT, ' ;n '
Bellow, falls. '
Nsw Orleaw, Xa-" '
lfatcVs, v Miss .
Wbtatsai Agent. Bo. US Broadira
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