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F. A. B. SIMZniS,
Attornoy a.t Xa.Txr
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
OBoa . 4Ho galldlac appoait Oapllol Bquura. .
4 t it ! S s' ' OOLUHBUI. OHIO)
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
'"MARION, OHIO. 7, !
Maclilae Mannfacturing Company
. . . MAKDfiOTOllia 01
STEAM ENGINES & BOILEKS,
Outlaga, UlUkTliif, MMhlnory
' ' " COLUMBUS, UH1U. I
flEAJ. AMB08, Bnp-t. , ,, , f. AJIB0S, Trau!
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Oasaaatlai at Oreatlloa with tha PITT8BUKQII, IT.
J Ailarv, PMloAtXpMn and SaUUiurt. A
-f ; vf Jbf( tTayaaami noa0o. .
CsnnctlB at ClereUnd with tha LAEI gUORI RAIL-
, i ROAD ;
rrDaaklrk, Bnffal, Albany. Boo
...-- -,,, aid How larlt.-
,.TBttlkB TRAINS DAILY,
. IXCIPt SUNDAY,
from Colombo, la aoaaactloa with Train on tha i
utile mini and cuLvmBua
' AMD XH.HIA BAlliBuADM.
,"i:?J.".. "IIRBT TRAIN. '
KWHT UPRlSBtaaru Columbut at 1.40 A. M
will laara aaenngaia at all itatlona Booth of Gallon,
aup at Delaware, Aahlay, Oardiagtoa and Ollead, and
a. aHatailon north of Gallon, arrirlng at Oiareland
at ftOU A. Dunkirk 1:00 P. M., BoBalo 4 S5P. M.
Aiaaay 1.90 A.M., New Torn 8:33 A. at., Bolton B:
V. M , Pittabargh ria OraaUina 1:00 P. M , Phllader
klafclO A.M. Chicago TUCreetllue at 700 P.M.
BICOND TRAIN. . !
NIT, T0RK IXPRIBS Learea Colombo at 11:10
a. m. Will atop atLewl Centra, (for White Sulphur
Spring), Dataware, Cardlogtoo, Gallon, CreitUne, Shel
by, Rew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrira at
OtareUmd at 1:W p. m. Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Buf
falo, 10(83 p. m.j Albany, 8:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:48
. m. Rotton, 4:40 p.m. Thla Train oonneot at BhekV
ay ear Bandaaky, and at Grafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 4:40 p. m.
v. .... THIRD TRAIN.
- MALL AND ACCOMMODATION Learea Colombo,
at IM p. mi Will (top at all ttaUone Booth of
Shelby,' and at Mew London, Wellington, Grafton
aadRaraaj arrirlng at Olaraland at 8:30 p. m.; Dun
kirk, UrtlOa. m.; Buffalo, IOa. m.; Albany, 8-VO p.m.
HewYork, 7aW p. m.: Boaton, llitip. m.j PltUburgb,
) Oroatllna. at 11:55 p. m.: Philadelphia. 1:00 p. m.i
Okiaago, Orettlloa, 8:4 a. m, Thl Train connect
at bualby for Handuiky and Toledo, arrirlng at Toled
at M p. m. , .
Patent Sleeping Cars tie ran on
Sight Traine to Chioago, Sew
York and Boston. .
JaypeVO GaaatMt Through to Km Tor at
,t . vaia 44oMndaVea, to rhUadtipMa
i.fw 4vrviu vresMino.
Night IrpremarrireeatOolumboiat... 11:15 P. M.
. vutmanau axpreee arnraa at voiumnue at iu:av m. m.
AeeeBuaodattaa Xxpree arrlreiat Oolumbaa at 7:58
fay) aa Law a by anyatner Bantoe
Atlt for TUhU at Cretlline or Cleveland.
' B. B. PLINT.
Bapaiintandent, Olaraland, Ohio,
k lr.' C Ul PATTERSON, Agent,
Oolumfcaa, Jan 17, IMl. .
(A HP; CH GREEK and BuiCK
1VV TEA! lOO bag prima Kle Cone.
1 50 pocket old Dutch QoTemment J ara Oof a
1 a m flaaloa Ooffa- " i " " v
tOttbbl. atandard WhIM aagar, aonilattng btVow
drad, unruanea, ureouutca a ana a uoarta. (
AO aatataie Hearge waaa uoanan,
aObbi. Ma and Not I alaokaral. :
to, tiok Babaon., -tk ' ,
" 0O . boa do- :! :'
. lOO V-b0 a da- i
ion M CUsua, dlfferoat trandi and grade.
M. C.rLILLEY ff
iai Eiank-Book IanTiia.ntTirer,
oaTa mm mm, cox out, oaio
TTrped, White" and BInc.V. '
.. - w
- v BAHrkdw,'
V ,'.'. II Sooth Btahattaal.
jUfA,A.w Ja omA.m -t
M-t-i a aaw nak of aTOOff RUTS
Sabbat la t aauntt fat faparlor to any yet totooduoad
abBS. . iiM..j..iva,'tr' (iVi.A
,u a ;fcd
The Lateit The LargMt The Beit,
me fnetpeit seotoa the sen,
Tho moat Bollabl ttaadara An-
31m Biinirmt JMrtml Siveatort ef OkU,
"IM BEST INQLISa DIOTIOHART 1ITANT."
"Ilaia ara aswardi of a ItnnArtA Thwud Word!.
rhoia malUtulou BwanlnM and dartmUana. locatlwr
with tkeli aarraat mUtog, and ptoaanaUUaa ara flaacly
ait bafnra tha '
BtadthtPtaUUmt of the Mmttri of tU OUo 3taU
Tha nndantmM. aitmhr. nt Ih. OhU IIaU faaahara'
ianolatloa. adopt and aim to eat In taaohlnf. wrltlof
and ipaaklnir, tha orthocranhi and Bronaneiatlon 'af
woraaatar1! Royal Qaarta Dlotlanarr. ud wa moat eor
dlallr iMoomand It aa tha moat rallabla atandard au
thority of tha RnIUh lasfaafa, aa U la saw wrltkta aod
lo! Amiiiwi, Fraaldaat Kanyon Oollan.' ' . ,t
M. D. Laaacrr, laparlntandant Zanaarlll Bohool.
Tan. W. HAKTar, flop't Uaaallon Union Bchoola
U. I. Oowdut, Bap't PabUa Behoela, Bandaaky.
Joaa Lnroai. Bant (ablla tobaola. OlraleTllla. 1 u
8. N. BAMVoaD. Principal Olaraland lamala Bemlna-
wi. UiToaaM, Bap't FabH Mo la, MU Unio.
JOBM Oaou. Prlnolnal SUt Haraul Bohool. Minna.
iota. ... .
Oraoi K Atoll, Principal f onrth Intemadlata Bohool,
H. B. MaItw, iopt Canton Union School. 5 '
awia Raoii, Prinolpat MoM aaly Monaal School.
RuT. Taitam, Prof. Uathamatfca, Ohio 0nlTlr
Wi. W. ImilM. Bnn't Tro Union School.
A. O. Homaa. Principal Watt BUh BohooL Olara
A. Hmto. Aiaoolati Price lsai Hlih Bchool. Ulm-
Tbkbom Biamuaw, Principal Bifh Bchool, Clara
land. .......... ' '
R. I. HtmitToii, Principal Olaraland Initltota.
J. A. OAJtruoB, PraiUaot ol Xlaotlo Inttitata, HI
ram. ....... i
W. L. Haiibi. Prof, of fJhamlatrr. Ohio Tdtlayaa
B. B. RAJtim, Ix-Oanualarionarot Common Bohool,
JiMta afonoa. Prof. Xhttorto, Obarlln Oollaf'
THoa. Hill. PraaMant Antinnh Oollen.
0. W. H. Oathoat, Prof. Malhamatlea, Bl(b
B. O. CaDaaAnaH. Prof, lanraaia. Hlih Bohaol.
u ay ton.
B. M. autaam, Bap't union Bohool, A in land
Jfora as Om Bundrti oMcr Fr-idtnt of (Ml
ott, rroftttori, AutAoro and JHtMnauuMd JUueo-
, hat mdcrui tits atom tmUimml.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MalumA CoLUaa "It la tralv a aiaoilaoent work,
an honor to tha aathor, tha pahlihrt,and tha whole
aoaairy." rraaueni Anarawi.
Ohio WaaiaTAM UairaaeiTf It azoeed my exporter
Uon. It will b my an Ida la orthoaraphy andpronaar
oUtlan, and will often be eonialted by ma for It neat
and accurate definition. Preeldent Tbompioni .
W. R. Icuotio OoLLaot. "Deratofora wa bara atad
WebeUr't orthography. At a noant meeting, of oar
Paenltr. lt waa decided to ehant It to conform to that
of WonaMar Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
uarneKL.. n,. , ..........
r"WiwT RamotT Coilaoa. "t Bod it worthy of
ooratai approbation. r fret Laeni uitcuoooa,. ;; , -A i
Onaua Ooiuoi. "It mora thaa meet my aayaota-
Uona. I noommend It aa tha atandard : authority la
orthoepy to my children and my puplle."rlHnt
Ajmoca CoLLcaa. "I adontand aim to nee In teaah'
ton, writtniand apeaktnf, the orthography and pronan.
eiauon or wonaatar'a jaovai unaraa. 1i.uocarT. '
Preeldeot Bill. --.- ; wt w "-,
an all mr wrltlnc. anaaklna. and teachtna. I hare aa.
deaTorad to aanform to tha rale far orthography and
pronaMlatioaaa contained! WoroMMr DtoUonary."
Horace Mana. lala-ttaaldeat .
Rjunroa OoLLaaa. Oiann aMat cordially reoom.
mond It ae the meat rallabla atandard authority of tht
ngllah language a It la bow written aod pokan.''
fre.ld.nt Andiawa. ? VrtiV
., rill! ifTOtlt
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER OF OHIO.
From Sot. Anton Smylk, CbmeitetoaW of Common
oanoou m umo.
"Tha DieHoMry I aa 1m pa r UhabU'aondjti en t to tht
learning and Indai'ryof He aathor, and an honor to Uu
world of letten. Tne mecnanical axeenttoa u nr up
Dor to that af any other Iiaslooa with which 4 am
Iqaaintad." r - y "r'
from Ban. B..B. Barmy. Xm-uommu$tontr
txMoit to Ohio.
"Themoit rallabla itandard anthorlty of V,IA
u 1 if.
Xjeadlns irewarpatpewav of Ohio) Say
from Oo Oloetlond Btrold of Hortk .
Tha orthoaraphy of the Woreaater 'Dictionary I tha
d h mt. if not all aathoia ol dtitlnctloer In thb
eoantry and BaglaBd, and eoBforml to tha general otagr
of ordinary writara ana ipeakert. K
Wbatarer orelndieae may bara azlated prowleuty,
carefnl itudy of thie rolumo will Inrariably ba. (ollowec
by a warm approetatloa. of Ita great awiiu, and a deeln
to add It to ua well eowotea iiDrary, oa u targvor email
Itlaallbran Inttaelf. and will remain aa imparton'
ble record of the reaming of It compiler. I
JramtA anoUmoH Ommorciat of ApfU JO,
Bare ara anward af a hundred thoneanel ott rood
bad and todlgarenbwhoee aaaltllarioaa aaaanug and
deriratione. locether.wlth their corraot ipeillni and pro-
nnnal.tlon. ara at elaarhr before the are. In work
nnqnettionably tha great ThtaMra of Rngliih Word
arar paoiuneov -w I Ju" ti ,i. k:ii. y ;
from Ot Olotland rkmndtoZor 3n4. K, 1860.
Brldently Woacarra Rota Qoa&yo ticnoRiat
not tmlv tht hut. but tAe wrr vcrJtoftAt itiaa aar
M(t ,and can by .no poMibility refler by-eompaiiaon
won tmvmnv . J . A 7 ' . .
l!' -from 'tt7broVuV.
AA tn iananamATToM. Woamarta n TBI BtajidaRS
followad by ear beet author! in definition h Mtre
nothing to be derlrad, and hi OrrnoOkAnrr It la anlBcwni
to taj that Woaoaam oaa b irif oiioweo. .
I Mil II All BAO3f .'W!"
NO- m BUPBRIOR bt j OLIYKLAND, OHIO
LIEE INSURANCE XOMMY
Dividend January i , 1 8Sf,- 5 Per Cent.
. , Statement Jaaaary ! 1881s
Balance, par statement Jan. 1st, 1800.. v. $3,406 ,5(31
Heeetreii for rraainms crop- -
tog the year 1W. ... 1763,05! . ' j i-
Received far totoreat.. during "i u e u S 1 U 1 J -
Aha yeas lwto m.uie tv. .anaxnurr
,,., ., -...,-, v. k ..'orj:ta:au
Total raealpl So ieM..W77 i e lna -
PauOlalmkyI)ath07,OaO0O. -'.. ." WW,-'-'
PaidPeuoia iwrtan- -1- i-iiut. i.. .lit
dered ,...,.r41,Ul Sa.aa r l BslrU K
Paid.Balariea, Pft- , . ,?So,
'ettaTSlJi:" tl.H0 54 't'? S'i;' tri
Paid CoauBlsetoM te -a . ' 1 -
AgMta.t- S1.S2S 30 " " '
PaldPhysielsM'l! o,MO 7
Paid Annullke.- l.lTua-- & naoen'l
I lag th year i.s.X MB IOB 7 SdS.frSt ol 411,978
Wet Riiaooe jaauary 1st, J8M., w t4l. 3,t(H,!
1 - .,Jt8RIa, .m.,h ridi';IV0fJ
Cash aa hand..."..',......;. e8,624 19
Bond and Mortgagaoa Real ' 1 , T, ' T
ait weei a aeaaie 4ne -amount
4ea4-...mi ,27J44Hw rS f ;
Premium Bote, on PoliolM
sf if f;-; j?6 !urt
la Tom, on lv era in a n
du tctatist 1 1 1. m i.-.'ljara.atU vpi .in.vu
Baal RrUue.- , ,in,tM tt imi 1
... ... - I i I I I i 1 iT
1,438 asw Velktes hav been aMdrlBg the year.'
After a oareful aaloalatloa of a teas vase f
eatatanding Polleieaof the Ooesaaoy, aad baring
fary amouni In reserve the r. for, the fiireetom
hare declared a Divrsaara of as par esnt. ea the Preatl
am paid at the table rat, to all polloiee for Htota force,
prior to January i, i,DayaoM menuiH
present rais oi in vomparw.
Rate tor all kinds e( Life OraUnganowet Preepect
sM,Saum ta, aadUppHea Use, will ba faralsbeo
Wivaoov causea, at the Offioe er Ageeoies ot (he
.-. obt.' i. t a wetibon; ; ?riiant;
,,' L. 0.eROVBR,wiarieaMaa--
ravalsaa J : Tji. t Johneon Bloc
i JLrtblu.lfil. iih.' al
Jr,J)aSi)4 BtlK&, oi TerVsraJ.: U most
Scrofula; or King's Evil,
i a constitutional. :liseae, a corruptiort of tha
blood, by which tliia fluid become vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in uiacaae on any pari ot ic no orgnn ia ireo
ttoin iU attack, nor ia ther one which it may
not destroy. . Tb acrofuloui taint iirvariotisly
cauaed by mercurial disease, low living, dia-
orikrud or. unJieaitliy loou, unpuro air, mm
and filtliy liabiU, tlio. depreaaing vicoa, and,
above oil, by the venereal iufuctipn, .What
ever bo iU origin, it ia heremtary ui tno con.
atitution, deMcendm froiri nare nt to children
unto the third and fourth generation, "indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Jlim who say, "I
will 'visit the rninuities o( Jho futhera upon
-l.iMw.ta " '
It I'fTecfcf conimence by deposition from the
Mood bf corrnpt or ulceroua matter, which, in
tlw liirt'iA: liver, and internal oreiuw,' is termed
tubercle ( In the glands, swellings; and on
thm aiirfitrv. yiintlnn or aores.' This foul cor
ruption, which genders hi tho Wood,' 'depresses
the energies or lite, so inftt bctotuious coriuur
tlons not only suiter from scroruious com,
pluuit, but they hav mr loss power to ithr
atand tli.atUcks.of other diseases;, eottso-
oncntlv vast numbera (parish by disorcfcrs
which, nlthoush not acrofulou in their nature,
are still rendered fcittl. by -tiiia tnhit in the
system. Most of the consumptioiv wliioh de
cimates the human family has its origin diiectly
in tliU twrofulou contamination! and many
destructive disc rises of tho liver, kidneys, brain,
and. indeed, of all tho organs, arise from or
are ncpravnted bv tho Same cause.
One iiuarter ot all our people are scroiuious ;
their persons' art-invaded uy this lurking in
oo-. ' .. . .
fection, ana their neaitn is unaerminca Dy tu
Td cleaase it from the system we must renovate
the bloqd by an alterative medicine, ana invigorate-
it bf healthy food and ' exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in - : '
Compoaad Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual yemedy which the medical
skill of our time can devise for tins every,
where orevailineand fatal malady. It is com.
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue ot the
svstem from its destructive consequences
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those tuner ancc
tiori which arise from it, such as Eroptivb
and SktW DrsBASss, St. AimtON' Finn,
HosB.-'Ot'ERTSfPELASi PlUPLBS. TiTVU,
Blotches, Blains and Uoils, 1 twons, 1 rtter
and Salt Rbiov, Bcalb Head, Ktxowonu,
Rhuumatibm. 8TPHit,rno and Mbrchiii aL liih
easrs. Dropsy, . utspepsja, AtEihlity, bmu,
inrlf-efl. ai.t. Complaints avisinq uom vitia.
ted or" Imichb Blood.- The popular uenet
in " impurity Cftht blood" Is founded in until,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. . The
particular purpose and virtue ol tms sarsapa.
rilla is to Dutifyand regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions. "
IntaraalaAamt Favor. erYiver aniAsute
H Htaa Perer, Ck 111' Fever, Pnrnb
Aa;ie, Periodical Headache. er Blllona
IleadMhe. aaid Blllona Fevers. Indeed
for tho whole elaee orellaeaaeearlar'nat-
lng In biliary deran-ement, rauaad by
tna naiaria or jjiiaamaiic vouniriee
Vft are enabled here to oiTcr the community a
remedy whioh, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty,, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity, tiuch a remedy is invaluable in districts
where- these afflicting- disorders prevail. This
"Cou''-exoel tha miasmatie DoJson of Fevlsk
AND AotiE from the system, and prevents t)ie do
Tclopment of the disease, if taken ou the first np
nrnach of it nremonitorv svmmoms. It ia not only
th best t emedy ever yet discovered for this class
of -complaints, out also the cheapest.The large
quantity we'iupply for a dollar bring it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fbvbu and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. ' A great superiority Of tliia remedy over any
other ever discovered for the apeedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contain no Qttiniti
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
nthar iniarioa ettect whatever npon the constitu
tion. ' Those cured by it are left as healthy ns if
they had never had the disease. . . '.
-1 ever and Ague Is not alons the consequence of
the miasmatio poison. A great variety of elisor,
dcrt arise from its irritation, among which ar
Kturalqia, Rheumatitm, Omit, ll'atlache, Blind
neu, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, AtthmatVaU
pitatton, Painful A ffection o f the .ilcen, lltster
ict, Puin in tht Bo'toels, Colic, l'arahjii uud
ranqement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating iinhis caoae, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " CcnB " expel
the poison from the blood, and consequently cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa-,
rionally or daily while. exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from t be system, and cannot
accumulate in sulBcient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it ia even more valuable for protec
tion than wire, and few will ever mff from Inter
mittent if they avail themwire of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYEB to CO., lowoll, Mais.
' ROBIRTS t BAMU1L, Columbut,
And by Dragglsuiand Dealer evarywhara. . , . .
OASADIAS ft LTJITED STATES MALI
TU ANI1 fHOfl -
LONDONDERRY, , .GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' ' and '
USSXsX W , TOI.SL
Tha Moatraal Oeaaa Blaamshln Ooarrj anr'a Brt-c1aa
ill-powrdOlyde-bullt Steamers tall every Sat
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying tb Canadian an
Halted Btatee Mall and rMeagrt, .
NORWEGIAN, . NORTH AMERICAN,
NORTH BRITON, ? '! ' niBBRNIAN,
CANADIAN NOVA BOOTIAN.
Slkarteat, Cheapest andQalckoatCan
, Ty aaavw arwua
AJttBJCA TO All ABTJ Of ETJB0P1.
Katew ot FaaMaoe to Kuropej, ,,
....... " sac. ee. 880. .
Will sail from ITTBRPOOL every Wadneadar.
and from OUBBBO a very Batarday, calling
LONDON DEURY, to reoelre oa board and hu4 Mall
P alien re ra, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
. aUJ u 1 1 ii . ' a mww "... . v. jivu, ,u w,fuul
eoBoarrmwt, carry each an expenrmoed Burgeon, aod
every aUenttea. tt paid 4 the oomfort and aooommoda-
tlon or pueenger. A tney prooeea airaot to iajmjuk-
DERx, tngua ri sou a
Slaacow aamaagan ar wrnutnta with rata naamge
ttcketa to ana irom ionaonaerry .
Betara tiekata avantea a reducaa rate.
Oertinoates Imwd for carry in g te and briagtagoat paa
ttngan from all tha principal town of Great Britain
Ireland, at reduced rata, by tbii line of steamers,
by the WA&uinu'i'UM loaa va- aainats ravaaxa
laaviuff Liverpool every wee. - - .
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ror indlanapoli, LafayetU, Terra tlauta, uaioago ana
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andimore than luu miles snorter to
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The Abolitionists and Fort Lafayette.
With reapeot to tbe toggesUoa that suoh in
cendiary persons a Rs rendS Cbeetee and
Bf rouia sbonld be sent to Fort Lafayette, and
uch incendiarg loarnala AS the1 Boston tioera-
tor, tbe Nee- York JtUi-iUvity Standard,' iai
tbe New York Independent saoald be suppross
edbytbe Goretnment,' the Boston Ctnrltr of
fsrs some practical ,Mmarls:';, :. ,lvJ '- j
( Sorely these newspapers and rarer ead peratsig,
with their confederates, at snd on tbe very outer
edge of flat rebellion itself j Indeed they are as
inveterate foes of anything possible le be sailed
a Union of States as the most inveterate seces
sionists, because tbey opealy deoltra they will
have no Uolooezoepton their own terms, which
ara out of tbe queeaoa. It is evident that the
time roues noma when aomethiog muit be done
with them but the question ia, when sud how?
Ia our lodgment, noibiog wouia teua so
much to the pablio wellare, by the settlement
of Dtiblio ODinioD, as tbe prosecution ot those
pestilent newspapers and persons. We debire
to see neither mob-law, nor any arbitrary pre-
eeedioge applied to them by tbe uoreroment.
We are firmly for ireeaom oi speeca aoa oi tne
press, according to toe lunaameutai provis
ions of tbe Constitution, aiid because aoytbing
short of tbii Is totally inconsUteiit with tbe
whole theory and prao'.lce of public aod private
liberty. But in order that this liberty of speech
and writing soaii noi Decerns licentious, it is
neoessary to define it and keep it within the
bounds of Justice and reason. In s free coun
try, of all others, this is most necessary. Where
there is the greatest temptation to licentiousness
and opportunity for it, there it is most neces
sary that the ill-disposed should be moat neid
under wholesome restraint.
We have suffered amsilogly in this country
(or want of a sounder publio sentiment oa tbis
subject. Nothing oould regulate this so well
as solemn ana lormai judicial proceeaings. w e
propose tberelore, that tae parties in question
be properly indicted and brought to trial, cither
for tbeir treasonable speeohes and conduct aa
the case may be or as disturbers of tbe public
peace and sifetr. By thorough investigation
of the true principles of Republican institutions
at tbe bar, and by the solemn adjudication of a
learned bench, let tbe case of these culprits be
determined. As the result, if found guilty, let
a sufficient fine and suitable imprisonment be
awardedenough to stop them effectually, and
to check others inclined in like manuer to of
fend. We should thus soon put men of more
discretion and of a higher tone in tbe manage
ment of tbe press, wbioh would then be as bene
fiolal as it is now too often mischierious rant-
ins clerermen would dero to themselves to their
proper vocation of the care of souls, instead of
bewildering themselyerandAthers-ia politic
thus poblio sentiment. and the publio con
duct might be essentially enlightened, raised
and refined, . ..
[From the London Herald, Derbyite.]
England's Neglected Opportunity.
No one can fall to reoognlze considerable astuteneea
In the suggestions of lbs. Emperor ot
Russia. - They can give no offense. The South
Is not lh a position to take any. And the North
will certainly not take his advice about stopping
tbe fighting amiss, in its delight at his moral
sunoort of the Union. Between St. retersbureh
and Washington there has always been a sneak
ing kindness. Extremes meet; ana we can con
ceive plenty of reasons, which we do not care
to itate, why the Czar should prefer tbe Union
Intact, to two equal confederacies. But we
confess to a feeling of envy. Why bos it been
lelt to tne Cur to be the onlv Eurooean Sov
ereign to make known his feelings for the
Americans t What is be to the President, or
the President to him 1 The United Steles are
not even bis rivals. Their commerce and their
shiDDlDE may sweep the world's ports, and nev
er interfere with him. Tbey may expand
northward and southward, eastward and west
ward, and it mast be jears before tbey can raise
a boundary question. At to commercial lies
between the two Powers, there are positively
none. Bomtard iNsw lore to-morrow, or barn
all the cotton depots in tbe Confederate States,
St Petersbargh will cot feel the rain. Raise
the slaves and destroy tbe cotton plant, aod
Russia may still say "Let the galled Jade
winoev my withers are Downing." The cue is
very different with as. We foil terry beat of Hit
American fvlti. The rain of the trade of the
States parables oar uanafacturlng industry,
pais our mills upon half time, and depresses
every commerolal Interest in the United King
dom. Let the south capture Washington,
and the mobs In tbe great Cities of tbe North
gain tbe apper hand over the affrighted
authorities, there will be poverty and
distress in thousands of English homes. Let
great Northern armaments sweep down the
Mississippi, everywhere proclaiming freedom
to tha slaves, and destroying , the cotton crop,
and we have to meet a famine ten times more
terrib'e t han that which swept off from Irish
toil 1 ,600,000 souls . . And what has been done
our Government to prevent such catastrophes?
Simply nothing. We are drifting on into tbe
cotton uml'je as we drilled into the Kqssisa
war, and with some of the same statesmen
the helm. We stand by, and fold oar arms,
while tha great game is being played out. with
out an effort to arrest the tide of war or avert
its calamitous consequences. ; -i , .-. ,i
It may be too late to interfere now.. The
time had passed even before Mr. Seward gave
our statesman such a glorious opportanity
hoIdiDB' their tonrue. Bat aurel it la na ereat
teat lor our foreign secretary to boast of, that
In the long Interval between the secession
South Carolina and the first collision ia the
field ho simply waited on events, contenting
himself with the pious but somewhat sslflih
prayer that Providence woald keep ns out
tbe quarrel, tv are oouna to (A Amtruxni
tht clotett of (its. TA .dics, Mai might have
com from us would, ttrhott, Asm been tnstntotivt
from another power. Yet, so far as we know,
there is not on record a single oner on Earl Kos-
sell's part of friendly offices. Tbe attempt
might have failed. Probably it woald have
done so. But. at least, tbe uovernmeot would
have done Its duty. It would have lifted
band against the folly and crime of a fratricidal
war. it would hat sMwa tat Ammcani. uhtoh
tidt lose detUned to If t'umpi, that so
torn feUtw foiling toith them in Uhtir trial.
would Metef t from the tharat of apathetic
ttlfithneu, whieh it so reciy urged agalntt ut
tht American people. , And now Raisin
taken the Initiative whioh ought to have been
oars, with not one tithe of oar interests
stake or one-half of oar looenttves to action
When tht kietorv of tht American tear comet
bt written, it will redound tt the credit of tht Jtfia-
sslry tt rtnat tAal 14 Oaor could aoatete
mpontiotlUjf iMtea-sc eat permuted to tht Eng
iiM sovereign, ana tnai tree ana tnitghttntd Ae
isae? watched and miaV n ttyn, whilt dnpotie
ltd birbarout Rutlia ipokt wordi of conciliation
in petci, L .-.-,-: . ...i. 4 , ui
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The Movements of Spain.
me statements resnecunir tne rxoed
against Mexico are antbentie and posiMre,
. k ft . J I J f I r. . ....
ma TOBunu Kevre aaacne. epaiB, WltbOUtADy
projeot Of annexatioa er Conquest, will proceed
on her own proper resolve against Mexico;
virtue of tbe right she ptweessee te demand
lsiaotion tor old offenses and Injuries.
ships are now departing for Cuba, where thoe
sands of troops are waitlnr to embark. Every
thing bos been for some time ready in view
.1 il . i. m , . r
tow pmiumi waircniiy aariDg recourse
arme. Everything has been foreseen grid
i The armed steamer Leo, now tn CsdIS,
will sorry the final iMtrnctions i the Govern,
neat te Cba. Ueo. Serrane will not, in eon
seqoeaoeof Illness, aewe pany the expedlttoa.
Two sew serew-frlgates, the Coucepdoo
tbe Leal tad, ape about te be sent' to riiaferce
tbe Astetioan taUoa. .ni . W tm'l
Abolitionism and the Union.
. Mrv Unci Teas Slowe bae nnderUkeo to set
the people of England rifbt sboot oar war r 4nd
II writing opsn letters to some of ber friesie
theve, posting them np In reference to tbe knb-
ject. Her endeavor seems (a be to 'cenvlsce
the Hrltish that tbe present conflict Is waged for
the abolition of slavery, and to play upon their
sympathies by telling them that its result moat
be tbe emancipation of alt the biudemett in the
Booth.. . A long letter from this lady to Lord
Shaftesbury, i printed, in wbl.9a She take this
ground. To be sure, she doe not specify any
act of Congress or any speech, letter or action
er the President, In proof 'of ber argnment
She doe not allude to tbe resolutions offered by
Mc Crittenden, and passed by both boueesof
oar National Legislature, io which that body is
pledged to tbe doctrine that the war is not for
snbjugeKoa or for Interference with the domes
tic iuel4turotM of any of, the States. . Bat she
snows, that tbe war .is for the abolition of
slavery, because she, who has "adroctd dls
nniofl for fifteen years," supports It! This. la
logio which It Is to be hoped Lord Shaftesbury
csn comptebeVrd- - - - , i
There is a certain sotsiBtenct about tbe abo
litionists which Is ie be admired, 41 not followad.
Tbey keep their single idea constantly m the
foreground, and conform tbeir course to nothing
elsev it is the pole tj which the shifting and
veetinir abolition needle nernetnallv- noint.
The Missouri Cotnpromise, in tbe view ot tbeae
fanatics, was an enormoas crime, for which
Heaven oould have no forciveness. Years
Istsr, it was a blessed thine, canonized In the
heart of the people, and which no sacrilegious
band should touch! Its adoption was fiendish.
but its repeal was diabolical.. So. also, the
Union was once a league with h-11 a despised.
oppressive, barbarous compaot, to be spurned
and spit upon. - Now, it is a magnificent and
glorious structure, because a part or the South
condemns and hates it. Ones the Constitution
was a miserable, instrument of tyranny sod hu
man degradation, fit only to be trampled to tbe
eartb. It Is now a scroll of immortal freedom.
and the charter of equal rights. Once tbe en
actments of Congress were cruel end despotio,
binding no man's conscience, and standing not
in the way of a higher law; but in tbis, too,
the doctrine Is changed as io the other cases,
and the cry now is, "the Union, tbe Constitution
and tbe enforcement ol tbe laws. .
As disunion was la former times tbe remedy
(or the "sin of slavery," so at tbe present day
the Abolitionists uphold tbe Union because tbey
hope r rainly, aa it has thus far proved that
tbe war can be made the medium of tbeir quack
ery. Many, It Is true, have already become
disgusted with the conflict, as tbey do not find
the Administration as pliable as they thoughts
but tbe Beechers and "patriots" of tbe New
York ladepmdent school still hold on with a
patience and perseverance worthy of a better
cause.- There are Indications, however, that
tbis family of sella tort '.his set of uneasy and
jaundiced philanthropists are also beoomlng
oissatisnedr and are almost ready, like Uootb,
the slave rescuer oi Wisconsin, to bean anathe
mas npon the devoted head of tbe President lor
not turning the four millions bond nerrroes of the
South loose ufon the white community, to be
supported, perhaps, la Idleness and sloth. Hap
py, happy will be the diy for this country when
the twin children of fanaticism jecesslOLism
and abolitionism the Joint antbors of all oir
national, trouble are crushed ot
St. Louis Rep.
[From the London Globe, organ of Lord Palmerston.]
European Intervention in Mexico.
. England and Prance are both largely Interest
ed in tbe welfare of Mexico, There are debts
to be oald. there are lives to be saved. "Enr
land has a larger amount oi eapital employed
in Mexico than France, but the subjects ot tbe
rrencn Empire were are more numerous, nor
are Spain aud the United States uninterested.
Tbe lives and properties of tbeir sobjeats are
also in imminent peril dsy by day. England
has a right to enter and seise the custom-houses,
and appropriate the revenues for the pay
ment of debt. iVo on can attrition for one me
meat tht tight of intervention. No one can doubt
that tbe subject bos occupied the anxious alien
tion of Prance and England. ol Spain, and even
of tbe Government of tbe United States.-' But
it Is easier to note the peril than to devise ' tbe
remedy.' Intervention Is easy. ' No Urge foroe
would be required' ti bring tbe country to
sense.' But no Government would enter on
such a course withont ample deliberation and
careful forecast of the consequences. II is Ira
possible to doubt that England aod France alone,
with a smalt force, could walk into tbe City
Mexico whenever they pleased; bat, if needed,
Spain could supply all the cavalry that inch an
expedition would require. There would be no
difficulties in doing" the basinets thoroughly,
tar a the mere occupation ot tne country and
otpltal were concerned. 1 Tbe ditnsulties would
an re aiterwam- i utr are greet, out noi in
' .. i . rrt. - ... i
superable. Any intervention of tbe kind
bare indicated, whenever resolved onywbenev-
er executed, could not fail to succeed as a mere
measure of military police, sailed Tor by the
outrages on common humanity in Mex'co. That
taoh an interveittion is extremely probable, and
Indeed only a question of time, is what all fed
who have considered the subject. Bat - It
clearly one that nanhot be undertaken without
very careful preparation, without clearly denn
ed objects, and ' a '- due subordination of
means to the end. All tht partie concerned
intertttrdin obtaining recognition and liquidation
of money obligation!, guarantee! for the teairtif
of life and propertu, and the exemplary auntA
went of thou who A an eommiffed at rocitut crimrt
in the peritn of European!. The question
how eaa tbess objects be accomplished with
least loss of life and at the least coitl That
an attempt mutt be made, sooner or later,
accomplish them, we are not able to doubt,
though it is not ia easy to see tne preoiie means
which may bs sdopted for reaching the ends
view.' The condition of Mexico Is a world-wide
scandal and s reproach to civilisation, and erics
aloud for amendments.
The Journey of Prince Napoleon.
The Paris Pairs bos a long article on Prince
Napoleon's Journey to America. The semi
official print Informs us that the great topio
the day in the United States jast now is, not
war, at might be supposed by common non-effl-"
cial people, but tbe visit of the Prince. .
Imperial Highness' Journey from New York
St. - Louis, the Fay! sssares as, "was per
formed, like the othef parts of the trip, in
midst of populations who vied each other ia
warmth of their reception, In every town,
every village, the1 Inhabitants harried forward
to meet him. Oa his approach, the houses were
rally decked out with flags, everything assum
ed a festive appearance, and if my be taut
everywhere the Prtncs and .France were
turns, or to Speak more Eflrteotly, simultaneous
ly, acclaimed.''-. We are next Informed
the "tpxitaneous cnaraotet 01 these manifesta
tions greatly enhanced their value. ' The peo
ple of the United States will long remember
tne vien," eic, etc. . a bis is a per icci curiosity
Iq the art t( semi offlolal description, and
value is oot all diminished by the clrcomstinoe
of the writer harine draws It all out of his
head. In France, where the Ameticiq papers
era not read, there ore soma, almole-miaded
people who wilt, actually believe all . that
Pay describes to have realty happened,
they wllf wonder wny tne moce, aoes not
mala la a country wbere he meets with a
ularlty which be bid for Iti'faln in Europe..
' ' J 1 1 1 1 .i n!ri -.i;o
Tea Beawds Aire vwan Mmmtisc "Hjson'
maaos "bethes tkeralne" ef 'fioesbugsprlDg,"
tnatlf eorry ia tna apring.' tissee II is 01
ealled "Yenns Hyson.-' "HvsonSkln" I eon
poaad ef the refuse ef ether kisde, the native
term tor wnicn means "tea skins.-. ' Refuse
a still coarser description.' oodUIoIds motv
stems, Is ealled ''tea bones." 1 "BobeS'- Is
aame of the hilt In the rerhw Wksrs It Is
leotad. "Pehoa'V r troooe," nss'wblte
balra" the dawn ea teudev leaver Pow
ehpng'i: folded plant.M . SOuobong" "-'smsll
plan.", .V8wanky'' ii the ' name of ft small
stream ka ike Province j where It Is trsngbt.
"Coogo'M- front S tevet aignlfylng "labor,"
frotaUhs car rsqajwa m 4ts preparation.-;
PROF. L. MILLER'S
Aa(1-foctiye,4 Bale W . Economical
ror'.i j ... Compound,
A., FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
Te U erlf Inht eokn without dyeiaa, aad prevaaUaf
, ,. lUlrfroa taming aray. .
TOR fREVENTINQ BALDNESS, ,
And curing ft, when there I fh laaat particle of vlall
nvjAi i ne reenperatlve n ry remalalng.
i'QRREMOVJNG BCTJ RF AND DANDRUF
A aat all alanaANa AfraaMau AA . ,
fOll UttAHHt I IaVU l lit. JUAlSk.
Imparting Io It aa aneqaled gloe andbrllllaoey; maklog
Keefl aad (ilky In It tciture, and causing It to, car'
laadlly. . -in .
aaraaleil pasiaraUoay oonvroorn the proprietor that one
tnal at only tieniasary to aatsiry a discern tog public of Its
uperiorauali eeverany other prapatation sa as.; It
oieanae he head and ecalp from dan drug and other
dinaeii, causing tbe nalr to grow laxurlaatly
giirtsig H a rich, soft, glossy aod SextMe appearance, an.
i aoa aexroM appearance,
alng aad thinning, It will I
alao, wbere tne natr W teoaeaing aaa dunning, It will glv
strength and rigor to the roots and restore the growth t
pane which have become bald, caasuur It to iald
saeh aorertng ot hair.
Ibere ar aaodrxU of ladlat and geatleiaen In 'New
York who have had their hair re. to rod by tha ae of thi
InvtKorator, when all other preparations have leUed.. L.
Hr baa ia hie poesession letters lnnumerabt tauifying
t the above faces, from peraon of the blgbeet redteota
blllty. it will eaectoally prevent the hair from taraiiig
until the latest period ol lUe; aad laoaee wbere'th hail
hs already changed ita color, the nse of the luvigorator
wUI with certainty restore it io it to it original hue, .giv
ing It a dark. I tossy appearance. A perfum for the
toilet aod a Hair ReetoraUve tt la uarlloulerty reeem
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and tae great fa
nllittee It afford! In dressing the hair, which, when atom
with the Iavigo rater, eaa be dressed la any required
form so as to preset II place, whether piatnjorln care
heooe the great demand for It by the ladiee a standard
toilet article which none ought to b witbuutt tb price
places It withla lh reach ot all, being
Only Twenty-Fire Cents
per bottle, to be had at all respectable Drugrtsu aad
L. MILLBB would call the attention of Panels and
Guardians la tbe as of hit Invlgorator, In easet wbere
the children' hair incline to b weak. Tb ase of It
laya the feandatioa for a pood Aeo4 of hair, aa It re
move any Impurities that roay have become eoaneoted
with the scalp, tbe removal of which I necessary both
for the health of the child, aod tbe future appearuoo of
OACTioa. Noae genalna wltnoat the fsc-slmlle LOO I B
MILLER being on the outer wrspperi also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR INYltiOUAl'OR, N. Y., blow In tie
Wboletal Depot, 54 Dey street, and soi l by all tb
principal Merebaott and Druggist throughout th world
iilberai discount w purcnaser oy tiie qu.nuty.
I lso detir to pretest to the American Public my
BTKW AND IXFBOTEB LhSTAVTAHBODI
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of aclenll&o experimenting, L have
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Brown Instantl,
without Injury to the ilsir or okln; wrntd the beat
article of tbe kind In exUtanoe.
! PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS v
Depot,' 50 Dey ' 8t:, New York.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE,
Steam Between Ireland and America
. NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY
' The following new and magniScent nrst-classpallli
wheel Bteamsblpi comHso th thov line;
ADRIATIC, . S.BBd tons barthen, Cspt, J.M.nt
, . (formerly of the Collin Lint.)
HIBERNIA, 4,400 ton burthen, Cspt. N. Paows.
COLUMBIA, 4.40U " " ' h. Lcitch.
AN0LI4, 4,4tW " - J Ntcaouo
PAOirlO, StiWl " " . I Sana.
PUINGB ALBERT. IBcrew.)
, : ! -o -. J.3UO V ' j.waiaaa.
One of the above shine will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, forOalway. oai-
rylag tne government rnaua, touvuing at at. ovum,
Tbe Steamers -of thi Ho hav been constructed wun
the greatest esee, under the supervision of the govern
ment, have water-light compartment, and are unexoel-
led forcomrort, (arety and speea oy any swamers auoei.
They ara commanded by abl and experienced onicers,
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
Aa.expcrienoeti Burgeon aitacneu ie eacu suip.
ItATGH OF PASS4GK.
rirtt-clua N. Y. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool two
Becon d-clais, " " 75
rirst-elaia, " tost jonus .m
Third-el, " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town in Irtiacd, cn a luiiway, - - ju
Third-clam paaaenn rs ar liberally eupplled with pro
visions of tb best quality, cooked aud served by the ser
vant of the Company.
f ' KKTtRN TICKETS.
Partie within to aend for their friend from th old
oouatry can obtain ticket from any town ea a railway, in
Ireland, or trom tbe principal cine oi cogtaaa ana 0001-
bmn, at very ww rates.
Pasaengere for New York, arriving by tbe Botton
Bteamara, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
lor passage or turlner uuonnation. pn ly te
Wa H. WICKnAM, .
At th offlo of th Company, on the wharf, foot of
Canal street, New York.
HOWLAND at ABPINWALL, Agent.
HO. 89 BOTJTH ' HIGH BTHE1T, ' -ARK
, NOW OFFKItINO
1,000 yard Buoar Plsla Blook Bllkt at l OO valaa
t 23 pet yard- ..-
tt&OO yards Travclii.g Dress and Mantle floods
' It 1"? cents valae 20 oen pel )ij. ' .' ,. ,
3,000 yard Whit BrUliantes at 12 12 el
valae 20 etots parjard. , ... .
3000 yards fin and Domestic Olaghara greatly an
.! ;. '." "'. AL.80- ;""
LAROB AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP
MWalUIft IB. BAUOBDrES,' ,
CBAIXII, niTlABO BI1U, '
nraiiSH BARsaztl, iiyeixas, ;
i V uwxi, cAucou, yopuKi, -AND
New and Ft rilorxable Hrvam hoo
la th aoit desirtble etyle aad at very toeere price.
Of all materials, mad la th stoat ttyllsh manasr aflei
the lateit Paris Faiblcnt ihs most Wgnl style ,
' -' Iiaiiw a- num.
Biay3--! "'J' J ' Na. WBoath Hlghtrel."
No. J29 SbutK.HigliSt.,
HAYB last opened an Invotsa. ef vary . bur aad
haadesate ,. ,-, , . . . ' , ,t
rUSilER FRENCH. AND CHANTILLA
c LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE9. '
Wipe - I'rencii Laces ' for n Shawls.
Very Deep French Flouncing Lsees. 1
Real Thread, French, Chantltla Genevess
VAleneiennet , Point tj Ga; Erusiels
'-'and1 Thread laoes and Collars,
VAtXNClENNES TRIMMED lijDKFS,
i vJlIALTESA LACE COLLARS V SETS,
1 LINEN COLLARST A CUFFS, &i
ij.iii. Wi":, .. hi j . .... w I new Shapes,
! '"paper, collars et'cfFrg.'--';:,
7pytICg3 TJNTJSTJWalXy XO Vf."
, .' ,1'; , . . . . . d
Traveling Dress xGoodfi?
MOZAMBICrUTE, POPLINS, BHEPHlRCl CDKCK1
BltaTB, POf L TlB CHBVBIS, ' ' ' " ,.
ii. 1 f -tltlLLAB, DROCHB VAttNCIAS, it. Aa.
'1C(w4A k-.k'w.i kffll fft.tjnnftt.lA Im fK - "
. ,n 1. i.- ; ;,-Bar a bon. .
JeSl t'3 l,SrhHlghSlMr.