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M0BK1N6.JULY 18.18CL
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InTtrlaWy in Adranci.
DAILY. Tfil-WEHLY AJID WEEKLl
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
3BLI8H1B AID 7X07BXIT0S.IL
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I ID" Offleo Sot. SO, II Bad 40, Hons High it,'
TIBM8 INVARIABLY IS ASVANOB .
Dally . - ' . "". . $ 00 per year.
' " By tlit Carrier, per week, lsU ants. ;
Trl-Weekly . - .i ' 00 per year.
Weekly, 'i.''''' ' " i oo r '
crista of Advertising by laje aqtiarea
ua squar 1 yeai ...$30 80
One " U month! 18 00
Cine " 0 month! IS 00
One " Smooth 10 00'
On equal t week. . 14 M
On " B weak.. S M
On 1 week... 171
On 'i" 3dm... 100
One " V montbi. 8 00
On ,1' tdaya.... 75
On llMBrUom.M
One
1 month, a 00
Displayed adrertlsemant halt aor than thw ahT
rates. .,-....-
A lrerlisementi leaded and plaed IB th ooloma of
Bp;ciRl Notice!," doi4Aonmjrirra. , .,
AM notice! required to be pnbllahedbr law, legal rait.
If ordered on thelnaldexcluilTly after th Ar!wek
tier cent, mora thao tbe abort rat; kutlliek.wU
appear In the Trl-Weeklywithootcbarg. , , - i -rr '
BailneMCanli, not exoeedinf liou perjear, taw
1 le, XI SO per line; outetde , . - -
Motlcei of meeting!, charitable oelUa.flr oompanlat,
to., half price.
Ad trantftnt advtrtttemmU mutt I paid far tit
a lionet Tie rolewlllootbeTarledfr.' ' .
Weekly, aame price a th Dally. whr Ik tdtartl
04 the Weekly alone. When 'b Dally and Weekly
an both ured, Uiea the eharg lr th Weekly will b
hi'f the rate of: lb Daily .
No adrertitameot taken except for definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
)' p. a. : b. snnoss, j j ;
Aitornoy tt Iiaw
. : AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ' "
Office Amboi Building, oppotlte Oapttel Bqnare.
.. OOIiUHBTJB, OHIO
j. osxionisriD,
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
: , ' MARION, OHIO. ;v.
OOXjTTIMCIITTQ
Machine Mannfactnring Companj
. MAHOTAonrtiM or -
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
- CaitlDga, UUl-CretrliiKi MMhlnfy. ;
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' ' ALIO, .-..'i.i -j ..; ! .
Xi.allroaa. Worn
) OW ITClf DMCBIrTIOM. " '"'
coLrnBcs, ohio.
OHA8. AMB08, Bpt . ' AMBOB, Trev
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
ConnecUng at Crestline with th PirTBBUBQH, IT
WAYNE fc OniCAQO BAILB0AD
for FitttbwgK, PhUaddpMn and BdUimort. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Chicago.
ConnecUng at Clereland with th LAKI BH0BB BAIL-
; B0AD
I'orDnnklrk, Bnftal,' Albany, Bo
ion, and New York ,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
KXOEPI SUNDAY, . '.
from Cotumbua, in onnction with Train! on th
MT'l'I.E PlIAini AND COtriTIBlIS
AND XUN1A KA1XROAVS.
IIBBT TRAIN.
NIOIIT EXPBI3B. Leare Columbus at 3.40 A. at
will leare passengers at all stations south of Gallon,
top at Delaware. Ashley, Cardington and Gilaad, and
at all stations north of Gallon, airirlng at Clereland
at 9:00 A. M, Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Buffalo S5P. af.
Albany S.0 A. M., New Tork 8:35 A. at.. Boston 9:30
P. M., Pittsburgh ria Crestline 3:30 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. at. Chicago rU 0retUnt7:0QP, at.. .
bboond tbain.
NEW YORK BXPRBBB Leares Oohimfcua at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for Whit Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Gallon, Crestline, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrir
Clereland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.; Buf
falo, 10;5 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.; NewYotk, 1:45
S. .; Boston, 4:40 p.m. This Train Oonnevta at Bhel
y for Band usky, and at GJsftonfor Toledo, arrlrUH
Toledat6:40p. a, i , ,
HAIL AND AC0OMMODATI0N Learee Columbus
at 8.3 p. as. WIH stop at all stasia Boat
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Arafton,
and Bona; arrirlng at Olereland at 0:30 p.m.! Dun
kirk, 8:00a. m.; Buffalo, 80 a. m. Albany, 10 p.m.;
New York, 750 p. m.; Boston, 11:45 p. as., Pltmburgh,
via Crestline, as 11:55 p. tf Philadelphia, 1:00 p. as.,
Chicago, a Ortetllne, 8:45 a. m." Tki Train connects
at bhelby for Sandusky and Toledo, arrirlag at Toledo
at 8 55 p. m. r , t. , ; , n a ,..11-
: Patent Sleeping , Cari are run ' ca' all
Right Trains to Chicago, Hevr?l
Tork and Boston. . . . .
' Bagoag ' Oheckoi through to Urn Tort and BotUm
via dontland; alio, to Philadelphia and
, . JrVt Torhoia Onttltno. '
-'I:' RETURNING-. ,
NightBxpressarriresatOolumbusat...ll:15P. M.
Olaeliiuii cxDnaaariraatOolumbuatlO:5wA.
' Acooauaodatlon Bxpren arrtree at Ooiuntbn at 7:10
r. a. . '-' v
rare at Lw a! hf anyatner Rontei
Ail for Tichtt vi Crettlin r fkvUni. ,
Superintendent, Clereland, Ohi.
m.i I JAMBS PATTBBSON, Agent, '
v.jj.uni ! . 1 Colembus, Ohio,
Colunbus, Jon 17, 1861. " -'' V"-
' Jnst Beetlv4t ' v -M Mb I
AA HF. OIT OREEIf and BLACK
lUVTTeiAS IOO bags prim Bio Cone. 1. '
1 BO pocket old Dutch Government Jara Coffee.
n A Wn Onion fioffa. . . .
BOObWe. standard Whit lugam, eontwttoe) af Few
dred, Chrushed, eranulated A anL OoHea, 1
60 quintals Oeorge Bank uoansn.
20bbls. Mese and No. 1 Mackerel.
6 tea. Plck Bhnn. T ,'i T.'-' iT A, S T
lOObx. Layer JUitlni. - v. ir .v.. .-t
ftOhf. boxdo dor , , ( a
IOO M Cigars, 4Ufwnt brands an , .
Bonn ' '"j-- - - wt. McDonald.
m. c. LiLLir 1;
And Blank-Book jManTntirer
BTOBTH EI0H ITBSXT, COLBlflTJI OHIO
aarls-diy ' ,
. .i 11,11 r I, n I, ii mi a, 1 nil
Red, White, wfl, Bine "f
Jurtop.nedbyf ..
aprSD
fN'WSrutHiihirtret.
A new HcrjrirKT a HA
No. 39, SUUTU MiiUUIHIBT.
" llsr lt rawtrlM S n SMiToTBOof Kl'lTl
Bntshadin a manner far superior to any jet Introduced
.aw ; iai-ca (i:,.il 4f iJ. 61 ,...
DURABILITY AND GRACEfUtNt33.;
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Tne Latest Th! IftreeitlTlO "Beit,
The Cheapeit Beoaaie the Beit,
vtt
HTtte mm
Rllal Slanaat
Aa
tborlty of the EpflUxt Language."
Sim Hundred Eminent mutator of. Qhta,
TBI BEST ENGLISH DICTIONARY BTANf .'
,.j Library Mm Soeryvhor.
"Hti r upward of a Hundred Thousand Word,
who multifarious meanlnn end derlratlons, torether
witn tnir oomci apeiiing, ana pronunsiauon ar cieany
est before th eie.'1 . -
! I; a jlici til Vusoimatt Cbmnurotat.
Sad th VocUhrt of th Htm&tri of th Ohio Stat
itaenr Auojiation.
Th nndmlrned. miha r4 th Ohla Blata Taaehera'
Ateodatlon, adopt and aim to us in teaching, writing
and paktnf,th orthography and pronunciation of
WotOHtu' Haral Ouarta dictionary. nd w aoat cer-
dlally reeommend it as th most reliable standard au
thority of the Xngllah language, ai it Is now written and
Loam Ajroatws, President Ken yon Oollege. ,
M. D, Iwrn, loperintendant KinmUl Bohooll.
Tao. W. BUavtr, onp't ManilonTJnlon Bchooli.
M. F. Oowniar, Bnp't Publlo Bchoola, Sandusky.
Jo Laoa. Sno't Puklla Bcbool. Olrelrrtll. '
B. N. Sakfoxd, Principal Clereland femal Bemlns-
Wm. HrrcxiLL. Snn'tPnbllo Bchoola. Mt. Union.
Joan Oaool, Principal Stat Normal School, Mlnne-
Cnsne Huii. Prineiol fontth aetArsaedlahs BchooL
vmeinnati.
H. B. Miaxnt, Bup't Canton Union schools.
BdwikRmiL, Principal KcNeely Normal School.
Ku T. TarrAa.Prof. Mathematic, Ohio TJnlrarslty.
Wtt. W. XdwaIm, Bup't Troy Union School.
A. Q. Honum. Principal Wee High School, Clare-
S. A. Nostom, Anocist Principal High ocnooi, uiera-
Und. .
Zaaonona Stultm, rrineipat uiga aonooi, uiarej
land. . - " " ' i l - ?
R. W. ITtrlllaM. Wrlnrtnal o m un Ininrat. -
J. A. Giarau). President of lltctio Iatitte, HI-
Mm.
W. L. BUnnm. ProL of Chemlatrr. Onl wsiran
unirersiiy.
U. H. BiSirrr, Ix Cemmlnioner of Common Bchooli,
umo, ' ; i .
Jamb Momtoa, Pror. Bhetorlo, Oberim College.
. Tune. RtfX. Prealileni Antlnrh Oollen.
0. W. H. CaT"oM',; Prof, llatbematlcs, Elgh
Bchool, Dayton.
B. C. Cidxums. Prof. Xanfdage, High Bchool.
yayton.
B. at. Baasn, Bup't union Bcnoois, Atniana.
Mart than Sim BiHOrod ofhtr TrtH&tnU of Cbfie-
Ml, rroftnort. Author ana juungua jumca-
PRESIDENTS OF C0LLEGE3 IN OHIO.
1 Hnimi oum wll I inl a naruificent work,
an honor to th author, th publishers, and th whole
ouaUT." ITeeWeni Andrew. , 1 . , .
' Ohio Wmrr aTJitiuitt.-' It exceeds my expecta-
nona. It will be ear nld in orthoenpny and pronun
elation, and will often b oonnlted by m for It mat
and aotant aeflaiuon." rreaMMni lampiaa. '
W. R. Iciicmo Coma. "Heretofore w bareued
Wabsttr's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
tumltr.lt wu decided to chant it to conform to that
of Worcester ItoyaJ Quarto Dtetlon!y,Vrlut
OarBeld. "
Warm Ixaniri Cotu.' ''T and "H worthy of
aordlal approbation." President Hitchcock.
' Onsara Ooixeaa. "It more than meets soy expeeta
(Jon. I rectmmend It a th standard authority to
orthoepy to my children and my pupil. "President
! iwrtiu-w IWi.m. 'ff admit and alas lo tu in teach'
tog, wrtttogand spealttn;, the orthography and pronun.
elation or Worcester JLoyai toario vwuecary.
PmldentBill.v .,.'3 i s.ii imj'-i
"In aU ay writing, spasklnc, and eeaekiag , I haw
dearored to conform to the rate for ortbocrapfay and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester Dictionary
Home Mnn lat President.
rramw ft Oiwwm.I most eordlallr reeom-
aond it a th mat reliable standard authority of
Bngllsh luguag a It la now written sad tpoKtn.
Pretldent Andrews. - - . -
BCHOOL" COMMISSIONERS OF "OHIO
from 40. Umo Smyth, OoinmiHinoJprKmn
c OCMXH4 m UMO.
The TMctlomrr U an tnrDertshabl monument to th
learning and Industry of tta author, and an honor to the
world of letters. To aaeehaclcal exeoetkm iifarsap
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I em ac
quainted - ' -
From Bon. H. B. iarney. JHo-OommUtiontr 0)
UcAooi f unxo.
The most reliabl itandard authority of th lan
guage."
WHAT THX ....
Ieadina Newsjixajpar f Ohio Say
. Jron th Cltnland Btrald oj March 38.
h nthmmlii er th Wonaiter DieHoaary la that
1 1 . 1. . f Alatlnotinn In thltt
onntry and Bngland, and onnrms to U general usage
of ordinary writer tndpakrs.
Whabnrar nreindlcei ma bar existed Brerlously,
axrefal stud of thl rolnm will tnrarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to aaa It 10 us well aeiectea uorvy, am u ir,o or iui,
It U a library Inlteeir, and wtu remain, an .laopeniua
bl seoord of th learning or .lis compiler.
1 Irtmtk tknotnnaHOomwunialof April.
TTm m nnvanseaf a kMdfeA thumid WcWs good.
hul miiI Indifferent .whoee mttlUfariaua meaning and
derlrations, together with their correot spelling and pro
nunciation, are s oieariy ior oe aye.
th greatest Thesaurus uf Bngllsh Words
rr puDiisnea. - .
from th Clttdand flainitaltr.o StjA. M, I860.
eoatroreny.
, : riront fh7oua mad Vafiva,. , i ;;
! s. arTffliTn. WoSxsswsavU tu BTanaan
followed by ear reel authors; to dennilleM h seara
nothin t a dcetred. and in ORTMmarnv U w ufflcint
la sntbat woncsaranoan oa aaieu souowwu. i.-m -
1 ii,;...rwtoiTAiDt BBAoo;JVr. A'-1
PaallaUeras Boaar.aeUereacSta.tlanere,
NO. 191 BUPBBIOR, IT., OIKVBLAND, OHIO,
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THEMtmTAL BElSfEITT
HEEINSURANCirCQIPANT,
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i Newarlt, T.
DlTidea4 Jaaaary i,isei, 4rCet
'1 atanemexxs J aaaaij. 11 15011
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Balance, per statement Jan. lsLlB6qrn,,.f3,4pG ,58?
Beoelted ror Preuiiunis . aup , t.-av
In Use 1 sew MeOi.....t763.ChS 55 Jl n
BaoeleaA lar hi tare a dnrta ? . !! ' r s-itl '
th year I860 xit.oi. m 10-
Toeal rwcslot for Tef.A.t8Tr,0o7 71 11 '
Pald0lalmsbyDU),7,5l 66 aii. i-.-d ..:' -
Paid Policies snrrenr , t-7 il ivt ' -n rJ
dered. ,iu so M ,. , ?
JaM lafrla Post- ,., ,u" eMw,rffl .fcv.v .
ag. Taxes, .fx- . .. w,...:4 ,4 ... . .
cban.W! 3t,BoS4 ...... , 1 , .
PaldPhysldani'lees. ...o.auo-ya.. , -
'aid Annnuid. .. A.at'uu- 1 a- .,.5it, 1:
Bet Balancq January Jit. j80Vv.;wf i8.Bw
Cash on hand . 10,8284 It' b s:V:
Bonds and Mortgage on Beat ,;r:v1'
jsataw, worm oouoi in
amount loaned ilff.TUf fl ....
t remlum Note, en PeHcle r
J bIMWVaaUIISar'n vawn.:
teeat. lnUrttn.r- 170,864 17, ct. .
ami . nuo.'a xi
Prem leaaa, Boss and Caah, xa ' . i. ' trad s:
conn ot trajiSBuaaeii.y.,1 ,9ts 7, e.;.. ,
Total Aaset......
T.ITI Policies in forFiiisvlrit..-BIAMia6aBiil
Y,Ci sew PoUcms suyapaa mm aottnj ta yaa
After a eaieful aalculaUen eg the prarant wwtit
ouUtandlog Policies or th uompaay. aooj Daring
ntear amount 4n reserr therefor, th Directors
hardalata Bnaeassnef 4S per snot, on th Pmat
111 paid at to tabU fata, to all pollete foe Bfa taforna,
las aa prior to January UOQ,Jarabk acooniiof M41a
present rule of tn uompany. . t
jute roe nri ism n cin'vnniraB,
ues, 8 tatemmta, and Applieatloaa, will bj furnished
wmtorr oaaaaa, at the Oiilro or Agencies of fc Com-1
j k..' 06T. i. PTTEBI0S, f iaddSBI.0,.
i'-"-'-v,. c, OBOVBB,VlcPretideuU .,
tfnn. aJBUBBj eerrry; " " ' -;.
1 . JULm. 14 U SkJE SfJlTt. dtont, -
... No. Jahneea aMotsarrf
MaM$tfCf..T;'.' :,GHT.lana,.
l I11 hi wii hi in ...iiaamiXaiw mill
nil a -at jbvj Ttvvnxtf'ntitiCVL
JL , PHKS rm.Rt o rerr grM ' Tb aiust eli
KUaa-BTXKBl of mr OrkMk
snoTUKai bi vrw ..sr. ira ii um niw u , 1,1,.,
,. . i,'ii.ii .j. in tiv a ittM
1 ret'..
vlrlatiilf Wniirnrraft! Rotal QtjaATO IhcnoiUir
sawt nmlj lhA lAataV MaX iaa wmrT yric 9 ivtai mm wwwr
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jaaxva awa traA. Snfil hi lit fmffer t)T flfifflMrllOa
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OF I lllSertlOn Of ttiem. 1116 Afl
1.1 nun KlaiLla UUt XUIBUlvAn A
A compdimd terxiedy, designed tobettemoiit
effectual Alltrativ that cart be made. , It is
' W ..!.','- . ,. I
a concentrated extract of Para Sareapanjla, ;
to combined with' other substances of still,
greater alterative power as to afford an effieo.
ti? antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It la believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
strumous complaints, ana uuk one wqiui vui
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
a. , i e r m:tnA v,n.
service) lu uilb lurge ciusa ui uui auin-u itun-
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to b found of the following
complaints i ; . -c ? -J
soboitla amd scboptlovs - complaints,
Eruptions amd Ebuptivb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches', Tomors, Salt Kiiedm,
Scald Head, Stpuilis and Syphilitic a-
4ntf. vr.i,Mi.Tit T1tooi. TliinpsT. NEC.
"A?" Tnn,nm,rr TlEniHTY T)vs.
SAtOIA OR AlO UorLOUBEUX, UEBILITY, VTS
nPSTA AKD IlfDIOEaTION. ERYSIPeLAS,, Bosb
on St. Anthoiy'sFiBj and inoeea tno wnoio
class of complaints arisinjm Impurity op
tub Blood. .';
' This comoound will tJBi?jund a (treat pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul Jiumors wmcb fester in tue
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped hi the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this reracdv. SDare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through, which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channel ot tno Douy
bT an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenevor yon find its impurities
bursuns throush the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you una it is oo
structod and sluceish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is Ibul, and your feelings will toll
you when. Even where no particular aisordcz
is felt, neoole enjoy better health, and live
longer, lor cleansing the dioou. .iieop tne
blood healthy, and all ia well ; but with this
oobulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
lue ta disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla hat, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishine these ends.- But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations or it, partly because the arus
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for ' it but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or anv thine else,
Dunn? late Tears the public have been mis.
lad hv InruA hnttW trrfpnrlinrr to ffire n auaft
' J ' 1 o , , ,
of Extract of Barsapanlia lor one aouar, Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
thev not only contain little, u any, Sarsapa
rilla. hut often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts
Sarsaparilla. which flood the market, unta the
name itself is lustly despised, and has become
Synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wc call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply audi a remedy as shall rescue
home from the load of obloquy which rests
Upon it. And we think we have ground
believing it has virtues which arc irresistible
by the ordinary run of the .diseases it ia intended
to Cure, In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remcdy should
be judiciously taken according to directions
the bottle.
rREPARED BY
DR.' J, C7 AYEB CO.
, LOWELL. MASS. .
Frio, $1 per Bottle j Six Bottle for 3,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself snch a renown for the cur
every mriely ot Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it IS entirely unnecessary lor us to recount tne
evidenc of its virtues, wherever it has been em
nlored. As it has loner been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept np to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on
do for their relief all it has ever been lounu to do,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR THX CURB OF
Costiveneat, Jaundice,' Dyspepsia, Iudtguliou,
DyienUry, Foul Stomatft, Erysipelas, lltadache,
Ptiettliheumatum, Eruptions and iSA-tn Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor and
Salt IUiewn. Worm. Gout, Neuralgia, a
Dinner Pill, anil for Purifuing th Blood.
' Tbey are ugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes ot
family physio. , I . '
Prioe 88 cents per Box ; Five bores for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personases. hare lent weir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
.. . 1 . 1 . . . 1.
sera win nut penu.i uio
;ents oelow named lur-
lm AN AO in which they
are given ; with, also full descriptions of the obor
complaint, and th treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. -
Do not ee put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand AVER'S, and take no other.. The auk
want the best aid there is for them, and tlier should
havt.-.. .. ... 1 - ' :,
All our remediecar for sale by ; ,
1 X0BIBT8 at 1AUTJB1, Columbus.
And by Drr1rtsand Dealers ererjrwhere. ,
1 aorwiya.twaw . .., , . , ,. , .,
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Who are Really "Alders and Abettors"
of the Rebels?
There ia no doubt but that the Southern hot
spur are greatly nerved In their unholy work,
and are determined to resist to the last, in
yielding obedieioe to the Government, by the
fuimi nations put form by inch red-moutnea
AbotitloDista as Greeley, Lovejoy, Ashley, etc.,
man who have attained position, and claim to
be the leaders of their party. -
Greeley gives tt out in advaocw, that be
would "rather see a peaceable dissolution of
the Union (ban slavery loDger to exist in It."
Ashley cays, "I will never consent to take
the Southern States back into the Union, only
on condition that thviry ihall be abolished."
And almost the Bret act or Love or, on tak
ing hi seat in Congress, is to introduce a bill
tt abolish Me f ugitive blatt L,au: . . : ' ' '
Would It not be as well for those Republi
cans, and those Republican journals, who are
ooaetantly charging Democrats with sympathiz
ing and "aiding and abetting" the Southern
traitors, while it is well known that the Demo
crats havo been the first to turn out in the war
io the defense of the country, to look a little at
home, and see who are really the "aiders and
abettors" of the rebels? ' - rf '
What could be more inflammatory to seni to
the South, in this time of war with it, than the
very declarations which we have quoted and the
action of Lovfjoy? Who can blame the South,
for standing by what tt claims as its rights, In
the face of such declarations and action?
Is it therefore anything more than tbo truth,
to assert, that the greatest "alders and abbet-
tors" of the Southern rebellion, are the very
men who have attained positicn In the Repub
lican party, and who chooee this time to thus
declare their ultra abolition sentiments and
purposes?
We again ask the Question, who are really
tke"aid(r and abettor of the rebdt? Toledo
Jimet.
The Impudence of the Journal.
The Journal attempts to impugn the patriot
ism of a large class of the community who,
while standing firmly by the Government, doubt
whether war will restore union or reconstruot
the Government. If such a sentiment is treas
onable, the editor of tbe Journal is a traitor of
the deepest dye. Day after day, week after
week, and month after month, the Journal, with
all tbe ability it could muster, opposed the poli
cy of holding the -Union together by force, and
lavored parting in peaee with any state wmca
desired to leave the Union. Such, It deolared,
with professions of sincerity, was the true poli
cy of the North. So etrong were the convic-
turns or ike editor, as we have stated them,
that he announced that if the Republican party
did sot like his views, tbey might go to some
very wicked place, bnt as for him, be would
never yield a hair's breadth of tbe views be
sincerely entertained and honestly expressed.
If he was honest in these declarations, it turns
out that he ha not the course to stand by
tbem, and with a meanness characteristic of
cowards, seeks to impugn the loyalty of men
who are, and always have been, true to tbe
Constitntlon and the Union. From the (ilea of
the Journal, since the election of Mr. Lincoln
to the presidenoy, we make a few extracts to
show the treasonable sentiments uttered by that
print, or which it now pronounces to be such
sentiments, too, which it bss never retracted.
Read:
. "Of what value will be an Union that needs
links of bayonets and bullets to hold it togeth
er? - If any State will go from us, let it go."
. Is that treason? Has any South Carolina
secessionist ever uttered a stronger disunion
sentiment? ' '
Read the following from the same journal
"If one section of tbe Union will not endure
the other without concessions that can not be
made, a war will be a monstrous cruelty. Let
us part in peace."
. War a monstrous cruelty, is It? Rather
than that, "part in peace," sajt the Journal.
' Here is another extract which covers the en
tire case at issue:
"You can not compel friendship and fraternity,
and 11 tbe Union is not a Irlendly one it is notn
log. If it is not held together by love for it
aod trust in its benefits, it is no Union, what
ever else it may be. - The Government will be
weaker for II, the nation must be poorer for it.
It will cost us mack and give as nothing. A
sabioeated province is always an element of
weakness, and not onl'requently a door for ruin,
until the exasperation of defeat and humiliation
have had time to wear out, and a generation
arises that has forgotten the past In present
bleasines. Fisht tbe Gulf States to compel
them to love us well enougn to stay wnn us:
Thii la the absurdity at tbe bottom of coercion.
The countervailing argument that the Union
must be preserved is no argument at all, be
cause the Union it mt preserved by a war. If
it were, we would see the wisdom of coercion
at onoe. The Union, in its vary lile and es
sence, is broken to pieces by a war, and It Is
hopelessly broken. Peaoetnl separation does
not break the Union hall go utterly and irre
mediably as coercion, for time will toon teach
the slave States the folly of disunion, and bring
them back, while a war will pnt an Impassable
suit of blood In tbe way ol a return lorever."
And the fallow who avowed tuok sentiments
bnl a short time aeo as hit undying convictions,
now ebargee men witn treason who sustain tbe
Government, but who think the North "can not
compel the friendship and fraternity" of the
South, aod "it toe union M not a inenaiy one,
it is nothing." iadwaaptit Asnliaai.--
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Tbb Maisb First oomimo Homb with "Flaos
or Tbuci." A member of the First Maine
Reclment writes home as follows:"
"Tbe uniforms now worn by tne 1st Maine
Regiment are as unsuitable to the weather, as
tnty are ansultable to cover the men who wear
tbem. " A tetter was received from Adj. lien.
Hodadoo by cel. Jack ton, last week, in which
he aeke, do you want a baggage train for the
war? The Colonel promptly anawered that our
three months were so nigh ont we should not
need one. and that the regiment would return
at its appointed time; and it ia well for tbe men
that the time ia no longer, for If it was most
tbem would come noma in their shirt sleeves,
and with k flag of true flying' In the rear
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Majob WiNTHBor'B Watch RcnntNia by trc
Rebbls. A private letter from Camp Hamilton.
tbe headanariera or uea. neree, savsi
"Cot. Cary.ot tbe secession army, appeared
at oar picket this afternoon with a flag of truce,
in company with three officers, reporting th :m
telvea as having oorue from Yorktown, and
bringing the watoh or Major Wlnthrop, which
was immediately test to lien, sutler. ' lit re
ports the secession forces engaged la the battle
atDetnei, oatneiumotjune, as fourteen nun
dred saen at tha oommenoement of the aeiion,
and reinforced by two regiments from York
town.'
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ere is said to be much dlstresa among
worklngmen of Bostons- Tha TranUr ai Mon
day aava,. ,,.'. . r, t,.A ' -.v-J o 1
" a dtiegatiom ot some twenty-nva journeymen
tailor salted upon the Mayot this moenlng,
ascertain, it tbe etty naa the rower to give
them work.. They stated that most of them
bad families, and bad been out of -work
some tlmt, with the exception of an occasional
lob, and were totally without the means or sop
plying their families with food, while their
landlords were getting uneasy at their long de
lay in paying their rente.. Tbey stated that
some eases, where contracts were given out
clothing by the-city, tha contractors sent,
work out of the oliy, there it could be made
Bp cheaper.' The Mayor sympathized wilh
condition of the delegation. Hex stated that
they had bo work to give out Just at present,
hut Dromlaad to aaoertala f lu all future Jobs
foe tbe city the unemployed living here could
not be nrsi set t worx.
The Army and Navy Appropriations.
The Army Appropriation hill which n....,i
the House of Representatives yesterday, appro
priates about $161,000,000, InclndlDg for the
pay of the army $4,000,000; for three months'
volunteers, $507,000; for three years' volun
teers, jid.uuu.uuu; subsistence in kind for reg
ular troops, nearly $3,500,000; subsistence in
kind for three years' volunteers, $23,084,100:
for supplies of the Quartermaster's Depart
ment, over $14,000,000; and for Incidental ex
penses thereof, over $7,500,000; for the pur
ohase of 84,000 dragoon and artillery horses,
$10,500,000; for transportation of army, etc.,
over $16,000,000; for gunboats on the western
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nrere, i,uuu.uuu: lor lortincallona In Haw
York, Maine, Maryland. Virginia. Florida and
California, $645,000. Appropriations are also
included for arrearages for tbe year ending with
June last.
The Navy bill appropriates about i36.000.000.
of which $8,500,000 are for the repair and
equipment ot vessels; $1,600,000 for the com
pletion of seven steam screw eloops-of war, au
thorized last February; $91,400 for tbe comple
tion of seven f crew sloops and side-wheel steam.
ert; nearly $4,000,000 for the charter of ves
sels, their purchase, fitticA- for war service, and
reservations due on existing contracts for the
fitting out of ships of-war.
[From the Baltimore American.]
Fanaticism Still Active.
If the powers at Washington desire and expect
the co-operation of the Union men of tbe Border
States In their attempts to maintain tbe liovern
ment, they must eonsiro to the rear such pesti
lent fanatics as Mr. Lovejoy, of Illinois. It' they
cannot rebuke, in some fitting manner, tbe bit
ter abolition element as represented by him in
Congress, it Is a bad omen lor tbe perpetuity of
our nationality in all its Integrity. The passage
of Mr. tioveioy's resolution by the House -de
daring that it is no part of the duty of our sol
diers to return fugitive slaves is a foolishly
mischievous thing, calculated, in times like
these, to stir up to hotter intensity the feuds that
were, in some degree, dying out under tbe press
nreof the greater question before the nation
It was one of those gratuitous abolition tricks
such as Congress, in so important a crisis, should
have frowned upon unmiatakably, if it would
rise to the dignity of the great occasion which
has summoned, at an unusual time, to tbe Lap
ital.
Surely the miserable agitators who have done
so much to brine the nation Into peril, have had
their way long enough in this thing, and ought
to stand abashed at the storm tney nave none
go much to raise, surely there mast be patriot
ism enoogb left under the roof of the Capitol
to frown into insignificance the pitiful - disciple
of a creed which would still seek a petty nolo
riety whilst the nation is almost in the throes
of dissolution. Bat If there is not, if these men
are still allowed to embitter tbe heartBof the
people, tbe evil will tell upon the nation to the
end of time, and through many a outer con
fllct.
We shall look with tome aoxiety to the fu
ture action of Congress on each topics as this
Introduced by tbe Illinois agitator. At a time
when even Henry Ward Beecber and Gerrit
Smith are constrained to speak in subdued
tones, apparently appalled at tbe evils they
have helped to invoke, Congress owes to itself
the duty of crushing1 fanaticism in its midst.
With indignant scorn, it should unmistakably
frown down these triflcrs with the vital Inter
ests of the nation, until they cease to brandish
their only weapon tha torch of discord. - .
The Late General Garnett.
The death of Robert Selden Garnett, com
mander of tbe rebel forces in Western Virginia,
is one of the severest blows that the secession
lata have yet received. He was a brave, and,
until he chose to act the traitor's part, a re
seeded officer. He waa a native of Virginia
and belonged to one oi toe "nrst lamiuea" oi
the Eastern section ot that State. He gradu
ated at (Vest Point in 1841, and was immedi
ately assigned a seoond lieutenancy in the
Fourth Artillery, showing that he held a high
rank io his class. Ia July, 1S43, he was ap
pointed Assistant Professor of Infantry Tactics
in the U. S. Military Academy, a decisive proof
of the esteem with which he wag regarded at
headquarters. He remained at West Point un
til- October. 1844.
He acted as aid-de-camp to Gen. Wool from
January to September, 1845, We next hear
from him in tbe Mexican War, where be dis
tinguished himself. He was aid-de-camp to
Gen. Taylor from June, 1846, to January, 1849,
and'was promoted to the First Lieutenancy in
Aoeust of the former year. He was brevetted
Captain for his gallantry in the several battles
about Monterey, and brevotted Major for his
good conduct at Buena Vista. Ia 1848 be was
transferred to the infantry, of which he became
Captain In March, 1851. The events of the
past few months showed that his patriotism
was not proot against tne auurements oi tne
secession leaders, and in an evil hour he dis
claimed his allegiance to that Government
wbloh he had sworn to support and which had
bountifully rewarded his services. He was
made Adjutant-Ueneral ot tbe Virginia torces
and Brigadier-General of the Confederate
army. His false honors were but of brief con
tinuance and be has died ingloriously. His age
must have been about forty years Cincinnati
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Libel Suit. We on Friday itave a portion
of the testimony elicited in the case of Henry
Black aealnst tbe Dovlestown (Pa.) InttUigtn-
ar, the charge being that of libel against the
editors, who bad denounced the piaintiu as a
secessionist, traitor, etc. The jury, sitting in
Phi adeloh a. on Thursday last brought lu a
verdict of guilty. A motion.for a new trial was
made. Taking this case as a precedent, there
is a chanc for any number of libel suits on the
part of faithful and good citizens wuo, because
they could not go in Diinuioia, wiuoui remon
strance, Into a ferocious war against their late
brethren, under the name of "enforcing the
laws," have been denounced by the pnblio press
as secessionists, traitors, etc. . now, as treason
ia a capital crime, it stands to reason that to
charge a man with It who ia not guilty of it,
merely from political animosity, or to damage
him or bis business by oreatinc a violent preju
dice against him throughout the community, is
a highly actionable offense, and if the perpetra
tors are not taught this by experience, it will be
because tbey are treated much more forbear
ingty than tbey treat others Jettrnel of Com
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From the Bahamas. By the Karnak we have
Nassau papers to the bth InBt. ,
A slave brig was wrecked on Anqnllla Key,
early in June, supposed to be an' American ves
sel. 1 A Spanish schooner took off tbe negroes.
and Bailed for Cuba. Tbe slaver was 35 days
from Congo River.
' The American workmen employed in tne
creation of the Royal Victoria Hotel, celebrated
their 4th of July anniversary at La Conchiarie.
Capt. Samuel W biting, tbe newly appoioteo
United States Consul lor this port, gave, in aa
mlrebla atrle. a very appropriate aaareaa.
Br arrivals from Inagua and Long Bay, this
week, we are Informed that much rain haa late
ly fallen at those placet, and that rakiog has
entirely ceased for the present-, Very little sale
for salt, and prospects gloomy. . v , ..-..
Utter lrom Turks Island to June 31st, say
that trade is very dull Indeed, aod that there
little demand for salt. The last cargo waa eold
at 0o. A letter adds: "We bavs little or no
provisions, aod I do not know what we shale do
if. we 00 not get uiu rcry buvo,. ..
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RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
'And ereiy deicripUon of
LETTER PRESS PRINTINC,
Equal to any Establishment In tha 8tale, and upon
tense which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing House.
Having every Facility to aid TJ
I TBI PRODUCTION OF
ELEGANT POSTERS
AND
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
snow; cards,
W offer our services to all who may desire tint class
of work.
We have connected with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
Prom which we produce th
Fluent 231.ca.xvlx. Worlt
AND TBB MOST
8TJPERB RAIL B0AD BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
Is to beadmltted
Xa-iia-icsT
TUB MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
ami mx moot
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
Ia thii City, and w may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE'
WITH AITT
Printing Hone in tne treat.
RICHARD
NEVIKT9,
PBOPRTETOB.
i Baltimore Clothing House.
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READ y -MADE CLOTHING,
1 ;. No. 508 WBiditoors
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BALTIMORE, It,
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MB NT ABO RADICAL CURB Of BPBKUATORBUBA
rBeaahsal Weakneea, Banal BaMKty, Merrouroeaa, to ' " "
Tolantary Bmlaioaa and Xmpoeeoay, neotUag freoa ,jj1
Belrabara, 4c. By Boot. 1. Oulrarsrall, If. D. 8ea.
TKtereMtl, ta a plain aaretope, a any addrs,pss .rri.S
paid, on reoetpteftwo stamp, by Br. CUAS. d.O . t
BUIfB, 1S7 Bowery, Sew Iora. Post Office Boa, No '
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