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COLUMBUS.OHIO,
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SIX POILABJI PZ2 TZAB,
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IDIitiy Strttmrrni
D AILY, TRI-WEIKIT AKD WEBSXI
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) Bl AN1 PaOPIXEXOal,
ir Office Not. 86, S8 and 40, aTorth High Bt
TED MB INYABIABtY IW ADYANOB." -
" By the Carrier, pier weekj IU eenta.
rrl-Wotkly . ... . . r. , a 00 per wear.
Weekly, . . ' . ' - i- .... i oo .-AT:
iiii'io or Ad ver Haiti.- bfth HquaV.
m iuit I yeai...20 00 1 On. ,,ar 3 weeki..4 00
On. " Vtooi.thi 18 00 On . " Si,.. m
Ino " ' 4 month! IS 00
Jtie " 3 month! 10 00
3d 8 mo.ilhi 8 00
Jne 1 month. 5 00
On ' " Iday.... ! 00
On dayi..,-7s
On 1 t 1 lueertion SO
outplayed AdVerUnaeou half mo Ida tha above
'l"'a'entalM?'l-nl ptoeed in til oolomn of
.... ...in, ixbom jm erataary
All uutlce. require to tw puhltahed by Uw, legal rata.
- viurreu vd uietneiaenoiaeiveiy attar the nretweek
-j viau aim than tb above rata,; bat til unb wtl
.)ier lain Tri-WoeklywUhouUluuge. , , ..
UnsineM Cards, not exceeding fivillnei, vet year. In.
ill, io per Una: outilde B(f. '. r ' '
rluh until, thta U cbtrg IwUiW! Will b
il ill Hie riitfu of Uio IliUlf ... . -
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NotrCto(miiilng.i,ohiriUblxoei,rcompnloi
ka., hlf ptlee. . ' t I V, i . ,
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l r inw TernlIlUotbTtlc4fromr , , . ,
l, Vkly,i,B prtcauthc DaUr. whtra tfaa Urrtli
ctUie WcekljaloM.- U'htn 'h
I
BUSINESS CARDS.
J .4 ,
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Ittornoy At Zjaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
)mo-Ambm Bolldlng, oppotlt Capitol gqtur.
" ' COHntBOB. OHIOJ
OSXJOn3NT3D, ;
Attorney & Counsellor at lawj
MARION, OHIO. j
ooiitiMBna
Machine Manafactnring Compan;
MANOraOTDUM OP
biniAjft jfintrjusjfis k boilers;
Caitlng, XUI-atarlni;, Huhtaarj;.
... '.r4alO,,( :im
Xria.lliroo.ca... Worls,
. . or imi nsoiurnoN. ,-, -t i
i . CObVnBUS, OHIO.
A,,-.A?!f!?8: P 1 ' ' ' AUBOB. Xraa.
deoll. lH5d-t( . - .
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
i" 'JLPlw'1""" J ' mmj
RAILROAD.
CoDnectUigat Creitlln wltb tb PItTBBDBCin, IT.
WAYNE fc 0DIOAQO RAILROAD
Icr ritUburqh, fhiladtlpMd tnd Mainmort. Altt
' i ' i foe fort Warn and Chieago.' v i I
OcnnecUDf at ClareUnd wltb th UU 8H0B1 RAIIr
mi: ROAD ?.;,;, ,. I
for DuDhirlt, jtaffaio, Albany t Boil
mvwnj ini aVXKfl , i.
THREE TRAINS DAILY, '
... EXCKPI SUNDAY,. ... ,'";;',,W
Prom Oolnmbaa, In onnctloD with Traimoi tb1
JHIAim AND COLCnDVI
, PIBSTTJtAIN, '
NIGHT EXmrSS.-LfaTM Oolnmhui at 3.40 A.M ;
will Itar uaawngen at all atation ton lb ol Oallun,
atop at Dalaware, A hly. Carding too an4 OlUad, and
at all (tatloni north of Oalloo, arriving at Olarcland
atfclw A. M., Danairk3:00 P. M., Buffalo 4 25 P. M.
Aimnp 90 A. M., New Xork 8:35 A. M., Boa ton S:30
P. it, Plttabargh Tto OraatUn 0 P. H , Phi lad I
hi 5:10 A. M. Chicago Tla OnMllMatT-OO P. M.
- BBCOND IBAUJ- ,
- biBftTORK BXPRHSB-LaaTM Colnrafco at 11:10
a. a. Will atop at Uwia Caotro, (for whit Bolphor
Bprlnga), PaUware, Oaratogtoo, Oalloa, Oratlln, ahp
by, Nw London, Wslllngtoo aad Orafloov arrlT at
Oleraland at 3:3d p. m. Dunkirk, 8:90 p. m. Bu
falo, 0:3 p. n i Albany, tfSa. av.) Nawloik, l:4i
p.m.; Bolon, 4:40 p. n . Tlria Train aoanwui at 8ht
bj for Baadutky, aad at Oiaftari for XoMe, arrlTlng at
. vnwv m w .iv y a ga - .-
'! - THIRD TBABf. V V.i:"T
'' MAIL AKD A0COMM0DATI0H-tiTfa Colotebaa
t 9.80 p. ta. : will atop at all atatiom Booth of
Bfialny, and at New londoa, Hlngtonj fininon,
and Barra; arriving tt Olavtland at b:30 p. m : Caw
Jlik,:tl0a. . Buffalo, l0a. m.:Albany,p.iB.i
ltoilc, 1S p. m.: Boitop, 11:4J p. b. Pletaburgo.
WaOrattlln,! ll.Mp. m.; Philadelphia, 1.00 p. aaJ,
Chicago, wfa Orenllna, 8:45 a. m. lhn Train connect!
at bbelby for tandniky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
ai8:Mp. n - .. . T
Patent Sleepinff Cari are ranVoa" all
avigui. Aioiua io vmcago, aew
.York.and Boston. ; ;.. , ' j
aggag Oiecktd Tbrtmdh to Kmt York and Botton
. - , A-kmdnU, tofkOaidphtaandt.. ,
Aato lorliia OmUitf. j, a.t
BETtlRNINO.. 'r'J"rl
' Klght txpnaa arrtvea atOolnmbtu at. ..11:15 P. k.
Cincinnati kxprae arriraa at Colnmbol at 10:50 A- If.
... AoroawdailoB kxpraae arrival at QoJoaibtU at 7:56
i M. .
BtXow ai by anytfcer Hate.
Ak for Ticktu via CrtttUnttr CUvtUnd. j
DBDf nulSuuODL J lOTt UBO. llfliA.
r f. , t james PAttCTnoir, AgmtTT
Culumbui, Jane 17, 1S61.
1 'I' '-' '- f ' I 1
Jait BolTfd! ;
IIP. CII GREEN ttfta !; BLACK
TKAS 100 ban prim Bio Oonea. .... T
100
f ailMdriAlj T)mIaK flimrnnMl J.m nnlAA I
t A ban Oevlon Oofle. ' I
' JOObbla. nandard Whlbi Bagara, ooniht!n of Pew-
orto, unnauM, uranniatea a and u yunea
il' feO qalBtalaUoorga Bank OodDah. .' u . J I
KObbla. aim and Ho. 1 Uackerel.
A lea. Pick nrmoa.
ICO bs. Layer Katfaav -t n ,
hf. boa d o - . -vfA5
lOOqr.boi do d
' IOO M Olgata, different braadj and gradH -' 1
novirt I.. .Wal.ltoDOHALD.
M.' C. tlULEY -: 1
And Blank-Book Mannfmtarer,
XTORTH EI0H BTBXR, COIOTCBVi, 0EIQ
BedfYWhitc and Bine
DEIADIF, ''"ioa:U a;?it'j.Uw
. CAL1COEM,
irUIBBOni,
NECK HES. '
a i l is-jt
Jaatipiaadhp
apr T . .
Tfo'.'Sa iouthlHihltr!.
Bo. M, B0CTH BXcrB ITBllT. ' "
Bavw lart iwtlvwd nrff laak of EOOP I
Bafckwd k a aar fal tprtof t anr p W
j i .i V U I i a t a . hi . 1 1 . I
XIBT8
trdad
UUSAIJLITY AK9 .PRACEFULKESSI
,llr,''.)H, W bPa7f ,ailtt ,aarQ
la "S ! Ml .goifeB trMad liMrMli
l-j .pat
WORCESTER'S
! (I,. II U!:k
The -LatestThe largestThe - Beat,
The Cheapest Because jfcho Best,
IV
it Ue.labJletandard in.
Inorlty ol (he EnKllab Lanfctjaa; .
tfto iTwkira vMani JBJmatori of OMo,
"THB BKBT INQLIBR DICTI0,ABt;XTANT."
tram Me IttruvXtr
"Haia ar. opwardi of'a' Hundred' ThoarandlTorda.
luaflona BManloga and darlvatlona, toylhr
ZlTtjr ' Trr' "F'ing, ana pronunciation ar clearly
aat bafora trjo av."' - . -
BtaithtDnltUmt if tfu Xmbtri 'of tt ' Ohio Stat
itaaior t AHOQiiinory, , -Th
ondtrtlgnod, metnbar of th Ohio State Teacher1
aaaooiauon, adopt and aba tone in teaching, writing
ana apOaklDV. tb orthcxrrmnh in) nmnHMiallnn nf
woroaawr'a Boval Quarto fiiotlenary, and w moat eor
dlally leoanmond It aa tb mi.it rtliabl itandard an
tborlty of, thf XnglUh language, aa It II now wrlttea and
anokan. " v
M. O. J,awrrr, Baporintendent Zaneavil School.
U Taoai W. tUavrr. Uao't Muallon Cnlaa aohnola.. .
M. P. Oownaar, Bup't Publio Bchoola, Bandruky.
Jobji LVmcr, Bap't Pobll Bcbooli, Olrolevlll. '..
B. N. BanroRD, Principal Cleveland rental Bemina-
Wn. Mm-uix, Btrr.'tPnlittd'BckoolJ rftf Union.
Jona OooaM, trini(al BtauNoraal Bohool, Minna
iota. Orar! Non, Prlnclpat Panrth Intermedial Bcbool,
B. B. UaartR, Sop't Canton tnlon Bctiooli. J
Bnwm kaoaa, Prtnolpal UcNeely Normal bobool.
u J. Tarraa, Prof. Matheaattca, Ohio Unlvoralty. I
- W-jDwaaoa, Bap't Troy Union Bahookr' i
A. 0. Bonuwb Prlnoloa) Weit High Bchool, Cleve
land.,,. t -o t-i i' i uw
S. A. Hortom, Aatoolat Frlnclpal High School, Clevi
(WDoAa BtiaiiKa PriiMlpaf BlgW Bchool Cla !
land, . ,.t.r. pi.,, I
. P. HtmlTvmrPrtnlt)f lvland Initltat, '
J. A. flaaruLB, PraiWent of K lectio IhiUtut, HI
ram. i ' i i (
W. ti. Haaaut. Prof, (if (ThMnlatr.1 CM ttl.4tn
Unlveraitv. ' ' ,
H. H, Baanr, Ex-Oemmlaiioner of Oonmoa School,
JaHaa Momtoa, Prof. Rhetorlo, Oberlln College
Taoa.HiiLtPnaMentAnUoahOolleaovii . ..
.0. Wj. U. CTBOa. Prot.TUthjnatlca, High
ScTiool, Dayton: ' -J...-1. '
S 0 OaraairTaal M!.' linvuiira. TIIh RrhnnlL
B. at. Baaua, Bnp't Union Sohoola, Aihland.
JkV Man Bundrtd oVisr Prttidtnl of Colls,
ft, fro nor t. Author and DUtinwtUhti Educa-
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGER in OHIO.
Huimi OoLLMI "It la trulv a mamlfioint work.
anbonar ta the author, the mhHihara.and the whole
eountry." Preiident Andrew.
Ohio WrjrtT a Uvmrnarrr Tt avnaada mv a vnata.
oai It will be aav nlda In artbORaDb and n ran an
elation, and will often b eonanlted by ma for it neat
and accural definition. "Preiident Tbompaon.
Webeter'i ortboaraDb.. At a reoent meatlna of our
Paealty.it waa decided to chanva It to conform to that
wonoawr jaoyal Qaarto OlcUouary," rreaident
BarBald. i... , i,i i
Wamaa Bzraava Coiuait. "I find It worth of
vuruuu pprooauan. 'rreeioeni tiiionaock. ,
OaaRLtw CoLLioa. "Tt mora than naata mv arnefltar
tlooa. I Mcommand it a Ihe itandard authority In
orthoepy ta my children and my paplli." Preaiden
Morgan. i
Aimoca Couaatx. "I admit and aim ta fiia in icaoh
lag, writing and aneaklna-. the orthomraDhv and Drilnnn.
eUtlon of WoroaaterV- Itoyal Qaarto Diotionary."
rrraoena tUJl . . , ... . I
"In all mv wrltlnv. eneaklnv.and txrhlnr. T hmra enl
deavored to eonform to tbarulea for ortibography and
pronanaJatlonaeeonUtned in Worceiter'a Dictionary."
Horace atana, lata Prea1dent.
Enroa OotLaoa, Oaaaire. 'I mo it cordially recoroj.
mond II aa the moat rallabl itandard authority of the
Inaliah lananaeaaa It la now written and anoken.-
Pieeident Andrew. ... .-.i . ........ .. !
SCHOOL' COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Irom Btm. Union BmytX, OommUttonor '-.of .Common
"Th THotlonarv la an lmnerlihabl monnmant to' th
learning and Indnairy of It author, and an ban or to th
world of letter. The mechanical execution li far ape
rlor to that of any ether Loaicon wltb which 1 am ac
quainted. " ..... 1
jnrom Bon. it.' B.' Barney. BaCommUHonor
oatooto m VtOr -
"The moat raliabla itandard authority of
"" f r : ........ ,
WHAT TBI
Leading 2?ewarpeper of QT
Irom li OUoUamd Herald of JfarcA
Tb arthorranriy of th ' Woreeater Dictionary
Died by moat. If not all. aathon of dliUnotlon . In thia
eountry and Inglaad, and conronai to th genual aaagS
of ordinary writers and apeakera. .
Whatever nreladloee may aav rallied pravlomly, a
careful itudy of tbla volam will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation or iti great menu, ana a deal re
to add It to th well ealocted library, bo U large or tmal I,
It la a library Inltaelf, aad will remain an. imperial!
We record of the learning of lta compiler. j I
trom O Cincinnati Oonmtroial of April f). j
Bar ar aoward of a hundred thoaaand wordaroodL
bad and Indifferent who mnltifarlooa maanmgi and
derivation, together with their eorreot ipelllng and pro
annotation, ar aat clearly bator too aye. xne wore
anqaatlonably th groaleet Ibeaaarai of Engllih Word
vr publlahed. J j
Irom th aUend Flatoitaler of Sept. BO, 18(0. i
IrMentlv WoacnTaa' BovaL Ooabto Drotioiuay U
not only (A Joaf, out th a an work of th kind or
,anaeaa try no poai.Diiiiy inner Dy oompariaou or
oontrovtray. I
Irom fAa ToUdo Elai of Haf SO. -
A to raoaoacuTioji. Weaomrt ta tb BTaxnaaa
followed by our beat aathon; In defipltloni be leavea
nothing to be deitred, aad in OaiHOoaanrr It II inniotent
to ay that Voacmia can be aafeiy fallowad. j
wnn.M a. VI . - t
PnbllaUere, Boobaeltors v stauotieya,
NO. 191 BUPBBI0B ST., QL&TKLAND, OHIO.
goMfJi t-icv-u -jl 'Jt-Jh,.
' ' " ' 1 m ' i ' ! .''I tin v
'THE, MUTUAL, '
..i Hi.rHj.rw .vi ,-.jii ova
DlTldendUanTifttT If lfieis 45 Pr Oemt
- a V aJaaeaaBB. MC VI . ' I , ;i f(i . ' t
ASSBtS...'.... i....W..iJ.Ml5 li
,'la Statemant January 1.1801
Balanca, per itaUment Jan. liV18C0.v.f Jnflnj 3P
awoeivvq lor jrraniiiuua nur
log tba iat 10 w....7e3.033 S5
Booetrad for Inter it. during i rt i . J.-
th iax 1GC0.
r f , ' if
u i . ii. r-i
G2 ,cS
Totaf reoelple ' for
18ffl)..MT7.0C7 71
PaidOlarmibyDeathMT.OSKOSijno fpa A
dered 41,111
Paid talarfea, Port-,.
ago, xamay, -.-.; iii:. w ; .
eliann. !...... 31JH0 54 ... . 2 . ..1 ...
Paid Cinmiaaiti to , ln ,;n5"i,.-l ,,t
AawDta 5,3!S 3D s H,U' a-i.i
PatdPbyokrtWJeoM.S.SWl 7... , 1, ,
rara vivwenu aur . ,. ..,( r rl
lng th jr ,..,..160,300 7 505,001 C3 411,01014
"Net Baiano .tan'nary lit. lPttl 8I,M3 SO
. A33iIJ- i
Atk M hanA... .if. luindi in r -
. - . .... ..... , fVAdn . V . 1
Honda and kirtruMnn Bal h.L . t h
UU, -worth mblw ta- ,
amount kaaod.. M H.VaMt CB a
rnmlam Bote, on PolWe iltAAC2
U fore, onlyirawingtl per' 4UfX "
ant. tntrU....naaempeg 17
Mai euMa. ....... vo o93 87 .
Loanaonaorlp..;........... 5,03a 44 i-.ut
rraaoluma, Motaaand Oaah, la rr
eoaiMot tnaamawbm.wv i :4Sja 75
id
aCJotal
3,81&dUa to
T,a75FonflfatoforelMnrlai.f.,..ij8ft,4aa538
' 1,435 now Follciei hv bead taraed during tb p'car.i
Attar a oarefal balowU'Uoa of ana fannt vain f tie
ontatandlng Polloie of tb Company, and havlnr the
Mttaeirarp mount ta raeerre ibarefor, th Diraeaon
have doaland a Divmaars of 40 par eant. a lb Pr mi
aul paid at th table ratsa, to all polioioa for life In foroa,
laaaod prloa I January A, lb60,payabl aooordUig to tha
praant raka mi tba Goapany. ' o .. .. , .1 1
Bate far all kind f Lit Oontlngouele, Proipaci
naaa, B tataraanta, and Applioatlona, will b furnlabod
wituoot ciuaaa, at th uuwa or Agcncwe of lb Ooal
7;j:.4 Ck:B0BT.rX.AtTraS6W,Wdenl.
L. 0. OROVIB, Vie Preiident.
-' BiajC.alllLlia Beoratary. , ,;T
UalaEJpjf, at.
' " . Ki fTohnion Blook.
lCarchM, IBBi; :' T'te a. ti I Columbua, 0.
. . i1 iia ;n ti'."'.iT
TliAIIf AND nOUHSD BKiACBt
A DBBBS BILK, of vrv grade, tb
baib a ouji,
tUun
V that
apnia rtw.BovaiiitaKiad
IMf5 Vii fr4 to id iot! C2
1'
'i
lVM.tllWW' KfiavWr'aC.otf.uUwi'Q'ii
blood.iba w liichi thisi fluid . Womea viliatud.
Weirlii'unrT prtofi ; Bfling- in the .eirculfttlort.'it
pewndr. tlie whole bodjr, and may burst out
in diLfuc on-imy, piut ol it. i.Js'o pran, is &o
fi ora its altudks, nor is there on which it mny
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial .disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air,, filth
and filthy habit,, the doproiiauig vices, and,
nboy U, ay tlie venment .infttction... What
ever be.it? ptiaui:itxi3xliereditary in the con.
ulitutioii, desr untiiiig " nompnrenu to ctdldren
ujtg tits thu d uul foui'tlvceneration ; " indeed,
it axtma ta- bu.lle.jod ol ILwa.vlio says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
rtujii-'tliJUlrenV r-r ;i 7? ;
Its efi'cctt commence by depoiitiori froifi tni
blcyU of .corrapf or ulcerous matterwhich, in
(lie furig'; liver, ailtl ifttcrnnl Organs, is termed
WVutclui ? in. tha glands, awollines f and on
the eurfuce, eruptions or sores. This foul cor'
ruptipn, wjiieh genders in thajbloodddepreases
tho Oua'un'of iii'e,-o,)Jint scrofulous copsdtu
tion not only auTur from scrofulous com
pluliiM. but they have fur Ics8-p6weftd with.'
stand .the attai-k-j of other .diseases i cghse
qucntly vast" numbers perish by disorder
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still '-rotuktatl fowl by thia taint in the
syuni, . J-Iost of the cousumptiou which tie
cimafcrfthe hnrhail family has its' origin directly
in-i tlii v ui ofulom eentamination ; : and - many
dontrtictive di.-.ensc's of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of nil tin prgang, nri ftom or
me ngrnvnted by the same cause.
One riunrter of all our people are scrofulous j
their persona nro, invaded, by this lurking in.
fection," mid their health is undermined by It.
To cleanse it from the iyatera we must renovate
the blood by nn alterative medicine, and in
vigorato it by, healthy 'food trnd exercise.1
Such ,rnpdicliio .we .supply, lu7 3. '0. -jn
AYprs ru5
Componnd' Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which tlie modical
skill of Oiir times Can devise for thia every,
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remcdials that have
boon discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disordi-r from the blood, and the rescue of the
(system' from . it destructive consequences.
Hence it uliould be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions, which arise, from it, such as Eruptive
mid -Skim Diseases, St. -Anthony's Finn,
Rosn, or nuYSH'ELAA, Puipr.KS, TrsiriES,
nr.OTCiiiss, Ulains andBoii.s.Ti-'Mons, TtTTEB
nnd.fjAiT IvitF.ui:, Scald Hrad, Kinououm,
UltKf MATMM, SrPlHMTIO and JlEnCOUtAL DlS-
f.ask4, Iitni'sr,.DvsPBP8lA, Deuimiv, and,
indeed, Ai.r, CoMPfAiNTO akisino ruoM Vitia
ti: on Impuhb Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity oftht blood" is founded in trttth,
fur sc rofula is a degeneration of the blood, The
particular purpose and virtue of tins Sarsapa
nila is to purity and regenerate this vital fluid,
without winch sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.' :
vfi ACER'S s
'. .. . ..;....,- . KVi
FOR TUB SPEEDY, CURE OP .
Intermittent Fcvor, or Fever mid Ague,
Itfiiiittriit Fever, Cliill Fever, Dumb
A311C, I'crlndiral llea.nclie, or Billons
IlenUuxhe, and Ulllou-j Fevers, Indeed
for the ivliolo clnsa oi't-.Ucnaea nrlfiliirtt.
ina; fu lilllnry derangement, canoed ,liy
the .11 alar la of Miasmatle Countries.'
Ye ro ennbled here to ofTcr the eommunity a
rcinwfy wliich,' while it cures the above complainls
riUi1ri;triity,: is still: perfectly harmless in any
qiiHtiiitj'Jjucli arerueajf ia invaluable in districts
wIipk)- itlieje alllicting tii-iorilors previiil. . Thii
'!Cctt8i? pels tho ntiakmatia poiaon-'of Fetku!
anu AiK f.ain the systcui, and prevents the de
vr'ijpmrat of the disease, if taken on the Hist ;ip
pruncli of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tlie best rrmnly ever jet discovered for this class
of comnlalnis, but also tlie cheapest.?'. The Iotro
quantity' wryanpply for n dollar brinas it within the
rriii nf every D idy ; mid in bilious districts, where
Vfevifu ANv'.AciT. jirevails, every boily should
have it utyi usu a ii.:cly both for cure and piolec
lion. A irif tnprrinriry of tliis remedy over' any
!. Key rtMMivweit iV.r- the upepjy and certain
cure of IntvrrirUojit in lliiu it coinains no Quinine
or niiuera), cnateiiicutiy it jnwues 110 quinism or
other, iignviuusdUii' taivLgitevcr upon tlie constitur
iion, ' 'liiose ciirfil by it are left as healthy as if
tiii't'Kart'tiricr hurl tho' disease. ' ''
ivr-t "fnfl'Aefie is Bbtalonclhe consequence of
'.lie niiiiMuntic poison. A great variety of disor-,tn.mw-
lViH-ii-iirttfttion,-among ulucb are
f'etn riliai', UU'UhuUitru, (i, 'r Jliaiiac)t, lilind-
iwakio Vr if.iie.nl'.ufoc.'tt, Ltilmri. Atltma, I'-aU
wheri
ttciit
f yj..'t.( ft .'(i.no-pirindienl. :.'i'bi"t)fUu" expel
tneiuot'-miiiiitin- luei-ruourOna eumeqticr.uy cures
rlvtti : I nn. , jit ifj nn invliuU4o protvciion to
i l) 1 i 1 .i ; 1 . 1 - ,iini peiins travelling or tempoijuilf
rU,a iji.tjr' ii.harioiisiiUtri-t... ,W taken "cea
Jjjii.iitv I't ;i".iy hi!e exposed to the infecii-ni,
ji.it' 'v fl'tSr- V.ex.-'tW' llrwm- the 'irrstem, antFH nnnt
ai'i .iiri'imi.- in sufiicirM q'uanritrto TineTi raw fli.
Mi.K ilimee. it ia.cten juoraTaltia.jic Jcc rnttt e-
taii:VilinH'(l,..iJiu few.wtli evg suti-;t():.luwgr
laiueuu, if UteyavaU lhemslycji'&Jf tiie lujuttion
this remedy alwrdii. "
. .. 1.
Prepared byDr.J. 0. AYER & CO., LoweU, Was.
.. -1 -B0BEBTS A SAMUEL, Oolumbui, .
And by DragglitB and Dealers mrywhar. .
aov:lyd.twaw - 1 ' -'-'i"
i.ii 1 iMiaa in i 1 ill 1 1
CAB AW AJT ft TXSITED STATES If AH
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
1-LiverpooVIonta
and -
1 " lil W, YOUK. !
Th Montreal Ooean Steamahlp Company! flnt-elaa
fal.petreredClyd bnllt BHanMt all vrp Mat
nrdav from PORTLAND, carrying tb Canadian and
united oiaiei man ana psaiengera, ,
' iJA NORwrarAii. - north AmbrioAm, j
'BOHBMIAN; -: .' ANOLO-BAXON,
joU-wrMOBTH BKIT0M . a, UIBEBNUN, - I
..i. CANADIAN. , ..N0VAB0OTIAN,, i
Suqiteat, Cbeapeat andqaJckcat Cou
iq . Bates ot Faamea to Eojrop. , .
Will sail from LIVERPOOL averr Weat ueadap ,
and from QUIRB0 everp Batarday. calling at
L0ND0NDBRRY, to receive on board and land Mail and
Faaeagra a nnu uvea aiwiawu ua ooiiaaa. r n
: ITr'Xh Bteanwr ar built f Iron, In waUr-Ught
comparunenu, eariy aacn an expenencea surgeon, ana
every attention ia paid to tb comfort and ooocamd.
bob of naaaesrera, Aatbay proceed direct to LONDON.
DKRY, th peat rlik and delay of calling at Bt, John's
bt avoided. .
Olacgow paaaenger ar famlahtd wluV ran paaag
ticketa u and tram inaanaerry. . .
Return ticket f ranted at redoced rate.
OertiOcata inued lor carrying lo and bringing oat paa
Mnger front all th pr4ncipal town of Oreat BrlUinand
ireianB, as reowceu raiao. pyinwuuvoi viramcrii ana
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILINS PACRBIi,
leasing idvarpaol avary wu a n, i.Hnr.i'x. 1 kr-L
SUfftit Draft lrXi aad aswardr jray-
ni .aiajaanxiaua irautnat ocw
. .V'.wavl uuea ak.Miaica., ji .n ,
Por nakarure. -annl tl ft Offlo. ! HHOA
WAY, Nr lark) and 10 WATAvM KT
;", i BABf r'r 0eif'rti'Bganu?
oi to-,"., 4j H.' AR MSTftON C,
olO-lydAtw.iM.u-: rPoit Omo, Columbua. Uhia
Co-Partnership. -
IBlYBTnnDAT ADifllTTEfl BI?
eon JAMES ADOVft BAIC aa partner ta my bud-
aaaa, Wblek wUt baa aftev bwoenductad andet lb trm
Oolomba. Jcb , jBJi :H t (,bl0
'r:'.::rTteErnx Kcratjcn,'1
(lat Of Ptwlon'i KitaMUr-ment, N. T-I Pmprletor
th Kttw York iMiuonn' le fchnvl,,. tr.;. nt.ii
Bhempeorilng, Curling ad Drw.,N baloon, laat Bmt
treat, oor t!i Puatc.no, w.mro oau.joa 'will
.i.K.r.iM.,. r-. .". . "w.
na mvan an iu i a ntwai . ....! . . . .
r,,..,.u. .i.'.i.. u'1Tl,7i Unit f .f v-A'Cl, jofo
i. . , i . i.;:..'., r...i, i H.U.V.-..S anu ui
;';.' .,' "' ' t.f Stomht'K, nn nf -wWrhi
. ,-1 ':' . iV'-'isi'M, pit"oh'iHe fofccMi
wiK.'a "aadUralslt-nd.vif)i"alnai
aaril valwt li e-i. evtS 0 in oioumi taox k
evrii;o V'ra a at i
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cinolnnati, Dayton ft' lfidiaiiapoLul
Through to lndianaoolis without Change of Car
and but One Change of Care between
Columbug and StTLouh. 1
J
Four Trains Dally irora (loinbus.
FmSTTRAlN.
A0OOS1M0DATI0M at S a. m., atopping at all iuv
tlon batwaea Oolambna and OlnclnnaU aad Dayton, ar.
rivina at Cincinnati at 11) OS - i...nit at liaitonat
8.10 a. m., eonnootiac at Day tan for-ladlananolia and
th Weit.
1' : . SECOND TRAIN.' ' :I J 1
Mo. 1 EXPRESS at 11.40a. m.'.atopplagat JerTerson,
London, Cbarleaton, Oedarvllle.iaala, Bprisf, Valley,
Corwln, Preeport, Port Ancient, Morrow Bt., Lebanon,
Poater'i, Lore land and Milfbrd,, arriving at Olnolnnatl
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 9.45 p. m.,conneetlnrwltb th
Ohio and Mimluippl Railroad for LouUrfllla, Ky., Tin
oaonea, Cairo, Bt. Loan, NewOrlean, eto.i at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, larre Haute, Chicago and
THIRD TRAIN.
M AIL at 8-10 p. m , Hopping At all atation' betweea
Oolnmbaa and Xanla, and at Rprii.g Valley, Oorivlu,
Morrow and Loveiasd, acrlvlng at UinolonaU at ,5 a,
.i 'fourtii'train.' il i '
NIGH1 EXPULdB, via Dayton, at 19 Of aldagbl,
topping at Lonovn, Xonla, Dayton, Mlddteievn aad
IUuullton, arrtriug at y inomnaU at .ri.t a. aa-1 at pay,
ton at 3.55 a. m.; connecting at Clnciaaail with tb
Ohio and Mlmli.lppl Railroad lor Loaiirilie, Bvaasvllle,
Vlnoennea, Cairo, Bt, Loula, Memphis, New Orleaoa,
and all point! South and Bontb-weit; alio, at Dayton
for Indlanapoili, Lafayette, Terra Idaut, Chicago, etc
' ITT 'or further Information and Through Tickets,
apply toM.JU DOHBKJK, Ticket Ageai. .Union Depot,
. General Ticket Ageut, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOUBBTT, '
.it.
. . . . i . . Agent, Oolumbui,
B. W. WOODWARD,
M -! Baperlntondrot, Oinclnnart, j
Ooluitel, .Jajp 4,' lOOt. ifcu-j -a w j . , . j
RAILROADS. EAST.
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
C0N5ECTINQ AT BELLAIB1 WITH THE
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
, ADD AT PIIX8BUBGE WHS TUB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAI2LROA.D:
T0RM1N0 TDK
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows
., , ... . MORNINO EXPRESS
Leave Columbui 3.30 A.M. from Union Depot,' via
Bellaire or Bteubtnvlile t arrive at Bellalr, 10. SO A.
M.i Steutenvllle, 13.S0P.M.; PitUbargh,3.40 P. M.;
HarrUburg, 1. 10 A. 11. 1 via Mltntovn, arrival at Mw
Vork 8.00 A. M. eio Philadelphia, anlve at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. M.i Mew York, 10.30 A. M. Connect
alio at HarrUburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping Cart attached to this Train
Froln Oolumbui. run directly thronth to Bellalr or
Plttaburgh without change; and PaiMngen via Allen-
arnva w new xoraato A. au ' .
ICfTWO HOURS IN ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
LINKS.
Thia Train also eoonocta at Bellalr with the
lialtimore and Ohio Railroad.
; j. 'J .' 1'lTTBBUttOII laXPBE3S. . ' -Learn
Columbui 11 E5 A. M , frm Vnlon Depot, via
Bteubenvllla; arrive at Nwrk, 19.50 P. M.; Coihoo
ton, 9.15 P. M.j Btenbenvtlle.a P. M.i Pltubun. B.40
M.
jit uia ia tiiauaiy rouia or wuhw rwucmcn
can leave
'a Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pltti-
burgh la daylight, without change of can or delay.
FAST LINE.
Leave Columbus S.1S P. M;, from Union Depot, Via
Bellalr: arrive at Newark, 3.93 P. M.t Zanoavilie.
33 P. M Bellalr.? .55 p. M.i Pittsburgh, 11. SS P.
.: Harrlebarv. 9.00 A. U.i mia Atlemieum.. rri.
at New York, 4 P. M.i i Philadelphia, arrive
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, P. M, Thia
Train glio connect! at liarriibarg for Baltimore, ar-
Tbla Train runt through to Bellalr or Plttiburg with
out chang of Can; and from rittabBrr there- I no
ehang of Oar to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
New York thai ollorlng
The only Route from Columbus ta Baltimore,
, rnnaocipQia, or xnew York, with only .
.,t '. one cbaoga of Cart.
By thii Train Paaaeneara arrive In New Vn,k In
hoars lp advance of too Northern lines. ' ...
Tbla Train alio connecta at Bellalr with the Baltimore
end Ohio B.B..c;
(LTTult Route it 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
anoimoro man iuu miles shorter to
Netr York, than Northern Lines.
,
Baggago Checked Through to all im
portant Points East.
r r- .-ner . A3K I0B TI0KBTS TIA ' V- JJ j
c urLLiAlttr Utt, BTtUlJKNVILLE.' '
Ticket Good
.OlTv
Ter
either
, i i
llonte.
JNO. W. BROWN.
Oen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. R.
"I. A. HUT0BIN3ON,
. Oen. Tieket Agent Bleubenvllle Short Line.
JelO''
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM: i
niinOVEt AMD' r.CUVF.MTB IN.
XV flaamaUon and vain, and heals the worst bnrn.
acald, bruiae, cu t xr fresh wound of any kind, irvtua
weuing ana pain irom bee stings, moaqaito Mian, aat
poiaoBoua plant, aearalgla, rheumatiam, agu. In- th
breaat, nit rheum, (to. . Wben taken internally, 11 win
positively cure croup to children, and give immediate
niter la in wore! caa of tout terrible oompiaint; alao.
removes boaraaoea and tor tfarnaa. - Price, at enk
bottle. . Should be In eve i jkouae. Por ial by Drug
giaiaanu woBcaaepera. t - laiiaaina.
Bole Proprietor, N Spruce it ,Keir York.
1 oatiditwlyi j,,.- t'F ,i jr .. .. uW
Ho real Jaitlo can be aone ah above nreaarationl
bat by pmeanngasd reading; dcriptlvpamphleta4
be found with all dealer!, or will be aral by Proprletei
on demand., formulae and Trial Bottlea Mot to Phvit
ciana, who will find davalopeaents in lotkv worthy ibell
aoceptano and approval. i.i.-7T.i;
Uorreipondenoe eoucitea rrom ail wnos neoeedtles og
cnnoiity promuta to a hum oi tne aoov reliabl XteoM
. i . . .':' ' J i .... I I
Pot aale by th unal wholcaal and null dealer
anrywnar. ' ' ' -. ' ..... j
JOHS U UfJKNJteWa.l.l. Progrt
) . -i; CWItlBT AND PHABMAOCUTIST, " j
: So, 9 faaraareial Wharf, Boston, Xasa. i
Robert! Jc Basioal. N. B. Alamle. J. B. Cook. J. M
Denlg, 0. Denig ta Bona, A. J. Behueller c Sou, Aeenti
fur.Uoluml.aa, Uulo. , ; i . i , , mvl-dJv
GENT I. IS nKNIB; ftUHNIMHlTv
OOOOff.
RoveUM a) Neck Ties and Bcara. -r t ,r
' " Byron and Oarrot OtiUu. '
" Buibroldared Pocket UanUkerchlefa
K,. Pari i KM Qlova, wpeiior make. im . '
Golden lllll Bhlrta, varloui itylei.
, Boyi' uokMn ititi anuria, ao j JXS'A t
arriving ana D.reei uiovva. ao
, j llanunad faekit liaadaarofaler, varteui tl.a I
UaU lloMaad Under UaraMol,
BAIN A SOB.
, apillS, , . , No. (9 Boutk High tet.
J A BaBRBLS OLD MOIfONaAHBLA
4U aa do. BOUBBON.
i tf i-t4
1 Jail receivM tni for sal low for eat!, ty
- r n lAOJILLB HOS Jr. CC--.1 !
' ''?Zm tr. straet.Oelaaibut.
c ,i!..;.."'
.V.W A KlAaV
..i-.!na a! t:tc.ut fula
t a s.'pvn
. tiflni
,..8o
.. 8 00
...100
Itly,paryrrr..,,.ir.. .7.iT...i,
Trl- Weekly , per 1 1, ar.., ,T ..
Wekljf, pei yaai ,AM.,
A Patriotic Letter of Acceptance.
The ioilowiog letter acoeptlog their oomlnav-'
lions, ods been; addressed rby the Democratic
caDdidatet for State offlces in Near York to tb
Democrao Conmitie of that Bute
TO TH DlfgOOIATIv 8TATB COMMITTU: o jj .iM 'j
' GiNTXMgN The noderaigned aokoowlege the
reoeipt of; your oominunleation of tb 19th inat.,
Informloft ua of oor t eeoectlv earn Ina Uona lor
the several State offloei to be filled at the enin
lpg election. I" , , " :,;:.,
Ferrait ut taeipreee to your oommlttee, a
the organ of the Demooratlo Convention latatly
held at Sjraeute, our grateful acknowledgment
for tb honorable position which bare beeA as
signed o upon the Democratic Starte ticket,. .),-
Wbeni' a party vrg anigttion, who existene
dates back almost to the birth of onr own, Re
publio, and which for more thai half a century
bas guided It progress to power and greataeae,
resitting lueeolfiHtallotnol the Cphemernl puny
of Ibe.honr to dissolve and cease political Action,
moves, onward i iU accuttomed cour, and
leuders ui thabonor and the respooiiblllatae ol
being its standard beaterB, we Till not deollCe
ny doty, it may aislM to W. V, ',
In accepting .th Locor thus conferred, at a
momentous criai in publio sffah-e, we deem it
proper to refer briefly to the present state of out
ooanlry and (he duties locambent ga til good
eiUient end true patriots. ..
The revolutionary doctrine of secession, so
long and persistently resisted by our party, bas
at last culminated id a bloody and destructive
qlvil war.. Tow war is one ot glganlio pro
portions. .It reaches the whole couotry and
every Interest lu It. It threatens to. overthrow
the government, eud with that to destroy the
last hopes of man for free Institutions, - At
such a juncture the Democratic party would be
recreaut to itself and unmindful of all Its glo
rious antecedents, did It not promptly take Us
stand by the side of the government, and pledge
ait ua energies io me support ot tne executive
power in the maintenance of the Constitution
and the Union. Duriog the preseut war, some
of ns, as State officers, and all of us ascitlsens,
bave already, to the beat of ouf ability, aided
in the prosecution of the war; and we tball be
proud te contribute in the future our earnest ef
forts in sustaining the executive in the proper
exercise of all inch powers at the exigencies of
the crisis may demand, '; ' ': , ' '
At the South the revolutionary doctrine of
the right of seeemion, aided by fanatical abo
litionism at the Noith, bas arrayed vast and
powerful armies against tne government. If
thie resistance to law and constitutional right be
not put down th government is at an end, and
we are at the mercy of any ambitious military
leader who can raise an army sufficient to defy
the civil power. .n
We, therefore, in common with the Demo-
critic maiees of the Sta'e, ar in favor, of tig
oroutly tutUining tJn Government ta itt pratnt
ttrvgoU to maintain the CmitUuUon. th lam
and the Union, it all katirdt, and t anp coif of .
oiooa ana ircaivri.; not ao we Delieve that In
order to do this, in th true spirit of patriots,
it is necessary to disown oar fealty to our ;pr
ty. We believe that oor loyal and energetic
action ae a party in support ot the Government
of the people's choice, will both best assur
ance that this war Is not waged to subjugate the
South or destroy itt institutions, nor to estab
lish the political theories of th present party
iu power: bat. solely foe th preservation of a
Constitution and an Union, under which all may
be assured of equal protection and the enjoy
ment of equal rights. . r:
We are the more confirmed of this view when
we find tbat the Democratic nartv of tha nation
has furnished to the Government the larger
portion of the loyal soldiery who ar now in
the ranks of onr grand army, ready and will
ing, if need be, to give their Urea ta the cause
of their ooanlry.
We will never content that the Union' shall
be dissolved and the government broken up,
eimer to grainy amoiuons secessionist at the
South or abolitionhtts at the North r- Th doc
trine of the democratic nartv ia now. as It waa
iu the days of nullification when ear great
aemooraue icaaer, jacaton, guided .tne oesti
niesof the nation: "Th Unionmutt and thaU
oe preurtea."
Inspired with such sentiments, weenler upon
the canvass with the hope that our opinion, at
above expressed, may meet the anoreval of all
conservative Union loving dtiiena who wish to
see the government maintained .lawlsas vio
lence repressed, and peaoe finally restored to
tne wnoie country, under toe constitution, upon
me nrm oasis oi equat rigntt to every cltixen
inuat rraiiccwuiiy your oumoie servants, ;
D R. FLOYD JONES,--.- i
GEORGE G. SCOTT, - -'
MARSHALL B. CHAPLAIN, i-
wibbiaiu wihUAMs,. ; I
. VAN RENSSELAER RICHMOND,
' ' JAR7I8 LORD,-' '-- ,
WILLIAM W. WRIGHT, ;'.
WILLIAM C. RHODES
Lyons Versus Seward.
The correspondence between the British min
Ister at Washington and tha Secret; of State
does not, in our view, reflect snack oredit on
either of those distinguished gentlemen. Toe
occalion of it is told in a few words i Two ner
sons were arrested for supposed treasonable acts
against our Government. Jt waa soon found
tbat they were innocent, and they were releas
ed. - ,-... I
The fact that these persons are British anb.
iects furnished Lord Lyons with the matter of
complaint on tbe part or his Government.- Bat
as their citlseathip was sot known at the time
oi their arrest, and consequently had nothing to
do with It, bit lordship really bad ao case. H
would still bare oeea without a case lr th ar
rest bad been made with tha knowledge tbaa
auey were erineu Buujaciaii lor mat woum not
be a legal shield to them, if tbev choee to vlr
late our laws, or if they made themselves liable
lo suspicion. Hit lordshlp't letter waa there
fore written without any cause whatever, while
ite ton it not that or genuine amity, or even of
diplomatic civility. It la. In truth, but llttl
else than a miutatement oi taota-tbronghout.
mixed np with irrelevances, oontredlotl-iae and
assumptions. . '" - t
His lordsbip complaint not that the Individ
nals in question wer ar roe led,, bat tbat our
"military antboritiee refute te pay obedience to
a writ ot Aa6t corjwi,' and that their deten
tion waa "without due proses of law,", , Yet
tbe writ of asdese cerwwe-wae not resorted to,
and when tbe doe prooesa of law was tried it re
sulted in their imngediate discharge. "Her
MnieetvV Government,'') aav tbe minister.
"would not havd complained It British eabfeet
raiiintt nnaor euwiaion natr sun area rroet ma
eoneeqaencee of that tntpwionv'- Taea there
thould.bav oeea ao complaint, oceans tbla la
the worst aspM tbat san a pat on th caa by
aovDoetio) eonttroetioo;' t i , ..-i ,
But tbe most exiraorain&rr ansertion Of toe
Minister tt that oar Seoreiarv of Stat 'oxer.
oieee, upon the report of epiee aad infoe mers.
tb power oi depriving BrititB aobjeew of their
liberty, of retaining them la prison, or liberit-
tag them, ay me owa win and pleasure," whlub
ber Majettyw uovemaaMl "kegard aatrbiara
rt and detpotlo, laooBtittent with eor Coottita
Uofl, aad at varlanct wito out treetie of ami-
ty," ete. The law officer of th erowa have
advised a remoEsVtHot against "tuoh Irregular
proceeuioga, : ana instrnatca irora Lyons to say
that "the authority of Coogrst It necessary In
order to jutiuy tne arottrary arrstt ana imprit
onmeot ol ifrtiun gubjecta." The charge
against euf Secretary of State being niterly
greundloas, tbe remonstracoe It wholly gratult
uo. at likewise le the turcettion that tbe ar-
rent ol acreOnt who ar attempting to destroy
oor Government caa be made legal i
only by aot
oi Coogrea. Bat thii point It covered In a pre
vious part ef hie lordehip't leUaf by tit admit
tlon tbat th British Goveromeot hu bo right
to tjorapjalfl f th. arrtt of Jto subbnjtjtte
JJI,J9
fall pndev suiploioa. As a vhol the leuer it
gratuitous and unHnabl in every point. J, .
. The reply of Seoretavrr Seward ie, in general,
prolix and discursive.. It leaks that tatraanaaa
and point which w bar been aoeMSWnied to
aomir in many 0,ren tb laaat , studied,
speeches of the writer, t W might afford, now-
overlook Iu wordiness, If iAweresot
ofloiet ia dignity, and disflgnred by jaroaim,
wbioh llway petty in the presoooeoi serious
faett. - Tak, for example, tbot parU f It io
,h,t. 8CMrtr ''regreu, after oolong an
offloial Intercourse, that It shoold now be eces.
eary.to inforn her Majesty' GovsroBrat,"
te.i nd ttth ekpreealooe as, "eertalnly it it
not aeceesary te snnoano to the British Gov
ernmant that aa loinrreotica existtj but It doe
seen ueoaaeary to titate fo tb loforaaUon of
that Goveromeot,'' Mo. y Wky not almply giv
the oat a It Is, without this sohoolooy etyUof
throat la oontrover? Agalot "Thia Govern
ment doe oot qneailoo the learning t lb legal
adviser of the Brltiih orown, or the Juatloe of
tb defarenoe which her Majesty pays to tbenv,"
VTb Britlth Govramnt will hardly expect
the President ta accept their ixnlanatloo of th
ConatltuOa..-" U taust b aUws, tbr.
for, to prefer to bt governed by the view el
our wn organic Batiopai aw whloh roiv
the tanction of , tb peopUs for whom It wa
mad.-' Thete at sneers, which Add nothing
to th foreo oi the argasaest. . r ',,,-v-Ma
tb preseut aut of r ralailoo with lor
iga cations, wh hav a prodlgloaily Ure
iairciat invesimeot In as and who to oat
inweier oe expiated to feel a Uvely Iniereai ia
Our conduct Of. affair. It would ha th. naaa nf
wlidom, aad ,oegbt to b th reliaiona datw of
our tiateemena lo obseeve the etrioteat rnlet of
lortnAi poiiteneae and dipIomaUa point ia all
their oiUotal iaterebangei. It it eutdignlfled
anu anuiBniavetie to luaolge our tplftn la es
nectioa with grave oolai and national events,
even If ouri opponents glr tb provocation.
Thus, when it taid, la apology for tb Secret.,
ry, mat th arrogant of th dispatch to which
be replied waa a eor temptation, we admit tbat
it waa, to a Journalist ot a rhetorician, whoso
f nnotion calls him often to use sharp, or smart,
or tareaatia tnrnt; bat a Minister ot State has
other duties, and it bound by other proprieties.
He represents the good or ill, the weal or woe,
of millions upon million of human beings, and
most study words even a he doestrnthe. "Be
hold how great a flame." tart th Scripture,
"a little fire kindle thl" When w eonaidar,
then, how a littler word. Inadvertently slipped
into a controversy, may excite prejudice aad
pactions, how, Indeed, great aatlona hav been
eet at variance by a single uoguarded expres
sion, the imporianc of tb moat aernpukms
caution become evident. We would noi hava
onr diplomatists mean-soirited and track linn
they ebonld speitk the bonest truth plainly "at
all times, but they should apeak with a dlrul-
tted sell-respect and courtesy. Let then be
strong in tb thing, but genii in th method,
according to the old adage, which embodies the
principle of all successful dlnlomsav. -...
At this time w can ecarcely afford to provoke
any unnecessary boetility or Ul.feling. We
nav a great civil war on band, and will need
all onr energies and all our resanreea fur its
suppression. Nothing would please the rebels
more man to tee ns undertake to flghl the
world while we are firhtinc them. Thv who
urge ns into foreign oomplioation ar their In
struments. It U perceived that th cause of
tne reoeiuOQ is hopeless if left to struggle with
the loyal power, and that a foreign war la the
only loophole ef escape. We do not believe
sooh war probable, but tha Govornment
should none the leas abstain from every phrase
even which may render it probable. iV. Y.
Eotniig Pott, -... H. . . '
Sequestration.
the most open and wholesale acts of
robbery and frand aver committed by any tet of
men, at any rat tine in IN arm an eoaqueet, It
tha to-oelled aequettration act, passed laat Sep-
wmuer uy toe reoei ivonrresa at Hiobmond
As If to make the crime more flairrant. tbe At
torney to whom its execution U confided, le th
too wll known Senator Jodah P. Benjamin,
whoa college antecedents wonld seam to make
hint a fit Instrument for tbe work of spoliation
oonfided to him. Ae If in mockery of all es.
teemea most taared. ma Instructions ar dated
"Department if Juetic, Riobmond, Sept. 13,
To sequester property meant to seize tat)
teparate tome property wbioh belongs to anoth
er, and bold It until the profits or lnoome of it
bave satisfied tome otalna Inequity. Jtlta ls
resort to enforoe tbe decree of chancery where
tb amr ahaoond. The distinction between
seqaeetralioa and confiscation Is. that in th for.
mar ease the property Itself la not tuppoeed to
be forfeited, but only tbe proceeds aad the In
come temporarily taken possession of. In thia
ease, however, tbe property thai eelsed It to bt
oeia oy toe reoei butet to Indemnify roily or
ery rebel wbo may tuffee loaa or knlnrvundat
toe act of tbe United States, to wbioh thii it re
taliatorv, or sv o(rof of tha United State
or any State eonfltcatlng property of Soatberi
oitiseoa. ui court, ait the property Mixed aad
disposed ot by tbla act will never b recovered
to far aa It la la tbe power of tha rebelt to keep
it.' ' u. , raj 'i ..
Nor Will It do for tha United Stataa la natal.
lata again by selling all th properly of Son lb
em man la th North. whthr rbl or not.
it wonld be as well to retaliate an tbe lodlaa
savage by snalnlnr and mnrderine their wa
men ana enuarea, Deeanea they murder oart
when they can. Two wronce do not raaka a
right. It would be aay for nt to forfeit the
obaraoler of a Government by tuch aott of re.
tallatlon; bit it would notb aty for at that
to maintain it. nui tnere la touch that th
United Statee tan do. bv law. ta m Iti rata tb
evus or Dontnera aitoatptt thne lo legislate
nwy itovioern-property it can declare all
soon acta nnoontututiontl and wold, altboogb
passed by th State Legislatures, a being la
oontraveotion of that fundamental olaut of th
Constitution, by wbioh to cltiien of each
State ar to anfoy all tha prlvUegee with the
cititens of the 8tatee. It It especially necest.
ry that w should do all that legislation csa to
counteract the effect of tbia law, to far at it
bears on tb cltlxtot and tubjectt of other gov.
ernments, who having had a domlcll lo the
South, are liable to lorfeit It. Thb Is felted
on purpose to Involve ot lo difflcnltrei with Other
countries, and cause then to Interfere. ' ' I
It may be well, therefore, to case a law thai
so far at the property seised can bt Identified
ii tnait no SuDjcot te instant reclamation, and
hat , tha ownert of tuoh property, knowing It
to be toob, tball bt lullv answerable to the en
ttire extent of their property for alt damac
tustained under thete acts by the Injured party.
AH ludret or theriffi. anctloaeera or conatablaa
in any way auditing In such pretended' tcqoet
trationi or real tenuitt may be eniwerabie to
tbe full extent of their ptopetty, wherever It
can be found. Eventually, all tbe property of
rebelt In arm! mty have to be made liabie for
mis ton or spoliation.
'. The Immense amount of property Involved
in ttl this tequeetratioa business it tuch that
now It alone would form a tuffluient reason for
tupplylng the Government with funds to carry
tha war to a tuccestful Ittne. The debit due
th North have bten estimated at many mil
lions. But th entire value of all that liable
to teqoeatration would be more thin double th
amount, . There are, too, men nnder bonds ae
.extcutora and admloUtratort and odcer. -of
trait: they lire la tbe North, or have lied, and
wtll be fined tnd Injured and subjected lo loatee
by the acts of these rebel., Th property of
men who t ied bafora tbit rebellion broke out.
left to reladv lo th North, but not paid over,
hat been Belted, and Northeta evecutort ar
likely to be euhjeoted to great dtfflanltiee with-
ool prompt icgieuuve eaiion. l'AU Lrdgw, i
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