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yOJYIlI.N(U19. NEW: SERIES;
COLUMBUSJ 0HI0
OCT. 27, 1861.-
SIX FEZ TZAB,
i IaTribly la" Airvxet . J
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. O Offles So. 88, 81 ail 40, ITorth Hlft
TCJIM8 INVABIADLT IK ADTAN0U-i;.'.'
Dally r-- $6 00pTT0r
By th Carter, pat week, uti.
rH-Waakly ' ' y I 00 pgr year.
Weekly,
1 00
i i -
i Jt4f Ulir r tnaStunr.
o t'laitr I yeai . . . 30 00
)n""- mwithe 18 00
On square 3 weeks.. 4 Of
On , , Iwseks.. 10
Ont ' 'lwk... 1W
Jn.
)ue
Jus
0 months -IS 00
:i month! 10. 00
,2 months '8 DO,
On ,r"S days.., .100
Ob vadere.. - 75
1 month. 5 00
On llnMrUop 50
Displayed adverttmeui half moW than thfc 'jhoy
Adrertlsemcnts leaded anil plaosd In th eoluaui ft
Bueciitl Notice!." douU th ordinary niUi. '
All notlen raqalrao to b frabllihedby law, legal rtitoi'.l
ti uruweu on tnainiaoexoiailrir tner tbnralwX
per cm!, not than the abota rataai bat all mob mil
aiearln the Trt-Weekly without cbarn.
1'mlnena Carta, t wxoedtng mi ltnat, pOT yaaf , In
alle, fi ill per Juia; outaida $t. . -v , .
Notlwiof uiutlcgi, chart bUkaoctaUa,sraopanlaa,
tc, halt price.
AUtratuUiH mdvrtUmm aauatW fnUd ft In
"irM f d3 run wui aoi dv iwiM
Week
am price aa the Daily, where th adrartlaat
'Mkijalooe Where 'he Daily aad Weekly
aea the Week
t re uotb lined, then tha charge Urtha Waekly will k
a il' the rain or Uia Daily , .
dp acivoitutuieut takca axoapt lot k daflatU paitooV j
t BUSINESS CARDS, .,
- A!D NOTARY PUBLIC. " .'
Oflloe Aaibul BnllOIbt, oppflalto Capttol tquar.
00LUHBUB.0HI01
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO,
: ooiaTjmbtto t i
frlaehine MannfactDrinCompanj
(o -j o oo o oo ou as c e en c y.j
' " MAHUfAOTtiMU o
STEAM ENGINES' 'BOILERS,
Cutlngi, Kill-Owing, Hschlntry. ::
ALIO,
Railroad
Work
j u tirt DHOurnow. r-y
eoLcranus, omu.
0HA8. AM BOS, np'l. I , .: - P. AKB08, Ximn.
decll. lMtt-tf . 1 . , ' ' .-
r ! i rj
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connectlnr at Crestline wllh. the PITTSBDEOH, Tt
WAYNB Ac OBIOAOO BAILROAD '
For ntteburgl, PhUadttpJiia and BaUimor. Alio
ofIbrtWaynandaktoago.:'J
Conmctlnr at Cltwland with to LAKB BUORB BAIL
' BOAS - '
For Dunkirk, Baffalo, Albany, Bea
ton, and New It ark.
THREE TRAIISS DAILY, . A
EXCBPT BUNDAT, .
Prom Colambae, In connection with Trains oa th
LITTLE niAini AND COLCmBCa
AND XtNIA BAILBOADS. - i
' ' PIBST TBAIJf. " ' '
NIQHT BXPRE38.-LaveaOolnmbniat3.40 A.M ;
will w-ara puaaogers at all stations sooth of Gallon,
stop at Dalavar. Aahley, Oardlngtoa and Ollead, and
at allstaUans north of Qalion, airlrlng at Oleraland
at 0:00 A. M-, Dunkirk 3:00 P. Hn Bttffulo 4:2SP. at.
Albany S SO A.M., New York 8:15 A. M., Boston 9:30
Y. M , Pittsburgh via Oreatlln 3: SO P. M , Phtladel
hi 3:10 A. al. Chicago via OreaUins at T-00 P.M. .
' BKCONDTBAIN. r ., . : ;.j
HEw V0BK EXPSBSS-Lcaras Colambns at 11:10
a. B. Will atop at Lewis Centra, (for Whit lulphar
Eprings), Delaware, Uardingtoa, Qalion. OraatUn, Ihah
b), New London, Wellington and Orafton, arriv at
Claraland at 3:31 p. si. j Dunkirk, 41:50 p. m. Buf
falo, Witt p. b i Albany, 86 a. B.iNiwToik, 1:46
p. n.i Beaton, 4(40 B B. Thla Train oaaavstaat Shel
by for saaduaky, aaU at Oiallon for Toledo, arrlrlng at
. ToMoatT:40p. m ..-'': .
THIRD TRAIN, - , -MAIL
AND ACCOMMODATION Leares ColoBbua
at .30 p. m. Will itop at all riatlona South of
BbeiPy, aad at ' New- London, Wellington, anton,
and Berea; arrlrlng at Olereland at B:30 p. B.j Dan
kiik, K:M)a. m-i Buffalo, 3:H0a. Bi: Albany, 8rt p.m.;
1 NewYork, 7 SO p. b.; Boeton, 11:45 p. b. Plttahnrgb,
via OrattUna. at 11:54 p. b.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, wfa Ortstllne, 8:43 a. b. This Train eonaaotl
at Shelby for Bawliuky and Tciodo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:31 p. m. ... ,- -
Patent Bleeping Cari are ran on all
Night Traini to Chicago, New --
'York and Boston. .'
SajQag CKaclwt Through to fm Tort and Boston
via caenaKMtr; aito, to rnuaattpMa ana
RETURNING, t Uy-Y-
Nljiht BxpreM antres atOolumbui at. ..11:15 P. Bf,'
Cincinnati Bipreea arrires at Oolumbai at 10:30 k, M
AocouunodaUoa Xipraes rrlraat Columbua at 7:50
Fart) a L,w ate bp any other :Bmte
. I. i . i i ii i , . ,
Art for Tiektivta Cr inline CUvUnd."
n ,
y.-r b. s. punt, .-.. ---.(
f?uterlntandent. Oleraland. Ohio.
jjji J -
i f ( V AMBB PAJTKR80H, Agent, i
' ColuBbni, Ohio.
Columbus, Jan 17, 1861. t"i.u.:. j .... :
. Joit lecalvedl . .. N ... ..
I a a I1F. CH OHEEIt an BLACK
1UU TliAl lOObagsprun Bio Cone.
160 pocket old Dutch Oovenuaent Java Ooffe. 'y
a a K.ir. ria-lna OftlTM.
a Ot) bbls. standard Whit Bnrara, eonititlng'of fair
,Ared,0hread,aimneUitMAandB0oft.
btl quinuiie wvorga dn viwiuup
BO bbls. Mass and . 1 Maokeral.Jf : M f lV
1UOM (;lgvdlffennt brauU asd rrtuiaa.t i''t:
novai . ., r- 1 1 i --!- wan. mumwuuu;
M.C. LI L LEY
-a(,'4.
BOOK XH3MXUAl
And Blfl-Book7ltfiJi-AaitTirr,
I0BTH EIQS RSX1T, COLTjBtJTJI, OHIO
1 ' Red,' White and ;Jlne
TlBiaAUiffs. j t: ,v x.2:
- -- itlltBONa.
' -! :. I. ' bILKS),
NECK TIES. .iVjiTiVi-O !!. -Jaatcpaoedby
! .v tf. i f"' t"'.
. aprW K. loath Blgkstrsst.
a "JEW 11UOP IBIBIi -
33 AIN a CJJI
" ' Ho, sa, iooti bob- raMe. V
Bav last woatveo"' aW Bale of HOOP lSriTI
inUhail ta a manaar sat aaMtiai ly tA-4adasA
nnijUanaiiiaaiBtsupariaitoaay
.....A.... ,.stl. IO T -A
CURABILITY' AND GRACEFULKrn3.J
Bhtta.a, A ItlAk .lUiaalo .."'-
1 '.. -ewaA.!M ft-i
f
1
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONAllY.
.(-. ft
The"TitfT&"ttiii8
am vAoapen Eoo.iiM ua sett,
Tne II..f fcaikMfJaft;.'
therltr ( EnglUb auangiiaf .'
AmaVaif Jh)WUiltvafw af Ohio,
'TBI BIBI INOXIBH DIOnoltil'.IZTAttT.'
"Here ar acwarda l a Hundred Thmaand Verb.
whoa malUfarlotu auanlbra and darlvatlona. torether
wMAt UMtreorreot emUInf, and pronsMiation at clearly
mianiiHDi,;,i fci,,:t,i iiI'ju.'.j,,
Btai th DcUUm f-U MmOtri o fK 0Mo Btat
The andentraed, aaeinbaia.of tW Ohio State Teachers'
Aaasolatlon. adootandalaa lojuala taachlna. wrttlna
and apeakiaa, th orthojrapbj aaa pronunciation of
oraeam-a Mjrai waara uistionary, ana we asoai evr
dial It reoomwnd la a th nut rallabl atandard aa-
thorltw of th Unfliab. laaraage, as it I now written and I
wa Airaaaws, PiattdeBt KanyM 0o11r'm"
U. p, Laauan, iapertnWndent Jtinerillle SohooU).
Tea. W. HaaviT, Bapt HawHooUnloil BchOola.'
M. f. 0mBT,IoV4PbU , Bandaaky. .
Jo! Ltihm. Isn't Pablia Botes Is. Olfolerill -j
Bt ((. lAXroU, rbxlpat C tare land tanal Bemialr
Wa. Kmn.L Ibu'I Pahlla lUOuiala. lit. Cnlm.
'oaa Ouaa. FrlnoiDal ItaUHormial school. At 111 n-
VHI.
Oraos Wioa,Prlnolpa4 loarth, Intnadlat ichool, I
u a u.m.M ..a .t rr.i i.v.ui.
Bowra Baaaa. Prlnolpal atcMaaly Momal Sohool.
lu I. Tarrail, Prof. Matbsnutlcs, Ohio TJnlTerslty.
Wa. W- Bowaana, lop't Troy Union School. - ,
A. a.'Bonta. FrbMloal Wast Blah Bobool. Clare
land, i ..J - (i.vu v-.
a. A. BTobts. Aaaacleta Prlnclnal Hlch BchooL Clar-
Sasnsou BnauB), rrlnoipal Blfa Bchool, oiv
W SmXama. Mulul flllJI TmUHiUJ
i. A. Oaansta, Praaldaot of atactic lasOUil, Bl
W. Tj. T7 . n 9t Af flhlMiUrw. flVila Waelavan
tTntvwiattv." ,. .(-.,. r,, y
H. H. KaunT, Xx OeaunlsatoDar ot Oosmon schools,
Ohio. r. r- - ''',n",,v "" r ' f
Jaatst afoaaoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Obsrlln Colleg.
1 Taos. Hnx. Prasldant Antloeh Ocllera. .
' O. W. iL Oaraoaavr- Prof . Matheniatlo, Blk
Ichool, Darton.
I. 0. Oaoaaioaa. Prof,. Laaauaa. Blak' labL
I. M. XaaaaatlapH vales Bcaeols, AahlaaA .'i'l;..
fas, frofuor$, AmlAtn mmd JmtlmfuUM Siwxf
ore,
JaoM aaord iA oAdm ttnMmtnt.
i PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
! M jJtiaTra Oouan "It Is traly a maa-nl&cent work,
aa honor to th anther, th' pobuahrs,and. th whol
oosuT." rraaoana Anarvwt.
' Oaio WaaLTaaTJanauiTt-'It aaeds nxreipscta-
Uods. It will be my fold Sa erthoenphy and praaan
elation, and will often b eonsaltad by m for It seat
ana accent Oaloltloae. -fraeldani Ihoaapae.
W. B. Boiaono Ootiaoa "Hereaofor w bavcaaed
Wahttor a ertbocranh. At a recent Heeling of oor
Paenlty, It waa decided to ehanae It to oosfonn to that
of Woroeeter'e Boyal Quarto Dlouoamry," Prealdent
aaraau.
: Wawraa Kmn Con an -'! . Bad It . worthy of
aralal approbaUMi," ristdat atllcMoea.
i Oaaaua OoLuaa. "It aaora thaa aaaeta sty expecta-
Hod. I raeommend it a th staodard authority la
erthoapy o By thllarea aad ny paBiaV'realdaat
atoiaaa.. i , i, . . x . j J ....
t Aimoca CoLLaa.-HI adopt and aim to as la teaah-
bg, wriunfand spaaUaf, th orthoenphy and pronmn-1
ttauoa ot woreestar anil woarw viouonary
rrendeat Bill, .. . ,y.
I "la all bit wrlttna-. soaaklnr. and teschlnr. I nav en-
laavond to conform to th raise for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained la Worcester! Dictionary.
-Bone aUna, lat President, j
J Burro Couasa. GmTT.-'Imott cord tall? noon
Bond It as thaaiaat rallabl standard authority of the
Bncllah lanrnar a It if bow writtoa and spoken.
r leildant Andraw,.. . .
IsCIIOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
trot Bm. 'Anion AnyfA, Oommt$ttonr of Common
v BCUXM4 an uno j ' v -
Th Dictionary Is an iBpvtiahabl Bonument to the
laaralnvamd induatrv-of Ita author, and aa honor to th
world of letters. ThBrnanirai aiacnuen nuwaup-
)nv MJ uia, n an, auiVK aiwww a.M. a..n a m v
llualntd.,, t
from Bon. B. B. Bamtf,' Mtt-OmtmUHottir DJ
WMOM en ViKlO. 1
HTb most rellabto Standard antharity f th las
iwsg."
' ' "WHAT TBI '
Ijetvdina Newarppsra Ohio
. , Inn U CUedand ZUrcid of Harui
rhortherrachrof th WoroeeUr Dictionary
' . . r 1 1 . .11 i al.ln-,li
sera ny siosif ii .ui. v.
oountry ana angiana, ana ssnioms w us gun
td srdlnarv wntera anasneaaera.
i Whaterar nnladloea Bay bar ezlatM prerloOilr, a
earaful stody of thla volaai will Invariably b followwd
by warm appreciation of Ita great anrita, aad a deal re
to aaa il to in weu aeiwciaa uorary, i. anji v. -"'-i
Itisallbrary lattaeir, ana will reajain aa imppraoa
bl raoordof thleriangolUoopuer.-.-k. . i-.
i aVasi Oa Oaatanaac CbmunmrMal of Aprfl M. .
Ran ara snwarda of a hundred thoaaanj worda-Hrood,
bad and Indifferent whoa Baltifarioaa aaanlnga and
deriratlona, together with tbalr correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set dearly befor th aye. The work la
unaueaUonably th gnsteat laaaaarnaof lagllsh Words
rr psnuaaaa. -. i-y- ,r
from (A OlotAmi Flaindtaitr efSepi. SB, 18C0.
IrUently WoacrrTsa's SotaA Qvaav DtevtoaaaT it
j only (A ioaa, but th aasr wort of th kind r is
ii, and can by a pombtllty sailer by coiopariaon or
atrorray. .. ; . - - f Vi
" from Vn7UdoBladaS Bafit.
As to raoanacuTios. Woaoawraa at-tn STainuan
followed by ear beat aathora; in dennltlons he warw
nothing to be desired, and In OaTnoaaarar it I sufficient
t say that Woacnrna eaa be sateiy loiiowea.
INGlTAiri BBAGG,
rakliahera, Beekaellera tt Statlanere,
M0. 191 BTJPIRI0B ST., CLITBLAND, OHIO.
uuS '
THE MTTIUAL . BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
i'oxijeijrlfi., 3NTl JTa
DlYldenJajauarr til86f45 Par Cent.
jiBITI.......... .....J135 50.
.Statement Jabnarr e 1801
Balanea, par statement Jan- 1st. I860...-$3,40 ,581 39
Baaaltad for Pramlams OQr- v
lng th year 10. S7C3,053 55
,''
Baoalred for rntereit during
th year lwo ais.ot jy
t I 1r v . ' ':
Votal receipt for 1860. ...1177,007 74
PaJdOlalnutbyDtatb.OSO 00 i
Paid PeUcK surrea- . - -fl(
derea 11.111 u
Paid Balariaa, Pott v .
i'l i
i
'Ml.
age, Tases, Bx
cbanre.ete.. 11.650 54
Paid CoBBlntons to
Arants i, J i
Paid f hyrkiW fees. S OCS 75
Paid Annulttaa 1.317 vti
Paid Dlridesd Sur- " '
lag tha ya..n.lOS,5IN 7S 565,011) 9
411,gM
Net Balaao Janakry let. 1861.
93,813,58
t . - .XJIlJ-artTilf j' ; VCC;: '
Oaak n hand..... n. -,q,ta4 lit .'J ' " r
ttondaaadMortgaaaioa BeJ , , i-i
Jtatata, worth doubl th " " . "
kswant loaD-d... ........ BMfJll"teH
PraBlunt Not, on Policies.. . , , ... ., , , - .J , n :
la for, only drawing S per - r . V .' 1 '. '
ant. intrst...a l.S79,fi4 IT
Baal Batat BQ.893 87,,.. ' .
LanaaSrlD.4M.t..vnv -S.B31 ru - "
tr
If wluiaa. Kotae end Oaah, v
course oi sransiniin- ut,9u n irvu
Total Ass hi.... B3,8EW50
TtfiTS PsUcM to forot, istlDgCA-i-Sr40,8lS
1.43S asw Pollde have been tnad during the yaw.
After a aifulalealaaa f the praetDt value of
eatatandlafl Pelloieaaf lb CenipsaTi and hartng
aaoaaeary amount In nsarr Uwnfor, ta Directors
havdlreda Dimasrs of o per cent, on tb preml
aas paid at to table rata, to all pollews for Ufetnearea,
laaaad prior to Janaary 1, 1600. payabl eosordlng to
present rawef lb Company..- .3
Rate hi all kinds t LU Ooatla-enel, Proapsoi
aT at.aua.ta. ssd AnBlMattoa. will bs toralabed
WITB901 (lHaaaa, at IB Via w agnna sa n voa'
' fc!Mr.;-'tr 1, .AiU)TKa,wBsPrisidotv t.
nU D L Ii. raiianovn, xnauiajH.
BS. awwi, ay-a,
el ... No. A Johnaas ' u
Til. A IN AP4D 'HCTnFO
BLACK
JJ DBII ITLKS, frwv grade. Th most slst
4 gerUBA tu Itw ettg!
a 4 ai ainiiiw""'"".'"''...
,. w.., 1 slAlA Stiff, '
that
ta this
t mace
1.,'i U ,a.,.t-. I. i
bwaalprttlW-B Vt,
..t j a W " '
HlvwUHWbmr
SO
8'
IB
tb
th
-
-!
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
in n,c(uvttitttional .disease, a eorttipion of Am
bloai.'ajyoaJuck tnil,&uid koras-Tilltd,
weak, ondpoor, Being-in the circulation, it
pervndo the Whcltf bodr, and hiay burtt out
in disease on any part of iu. No organ is free
f(om iu attacks, nor is there one wliich it may
not destro)-." ' The tcrotuloua taut t. la vaxlptiwy
caused by mercurial disoaaeyi low iiving,. dia
ordered orwihnUhy food, impur air, tilth
and filthv hnits. the depressins Ticea.'.and,'
above alfTby the Tenereol infection. Vy'ljat;.
ever.bS iu orltiilt W hereditary it) the (wn
fitutidn, tlSsPiaiding'Trom parenw to cnnuren
unto the jhrd and fourth generation ; '. indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who Bays, "I
will visit the imquitlea of the. futhers upon
their eluldin. , ,,, ... ,, r rf..T r,-
hool of corvu',)t or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungj,, livtr, and internal organ, is termed
tubtteles; in- the glnndv iweliiiurs; 'nnd bn
the Burbtv, 4'iuptiona or aores." 'lhis fowlcor-ruption,'-w-Wch
genders in the blood, depresses
tits ciwfgiei of. life, so thatscrofulomconstitttp
tioii -jiol- only taitfrcr- ftVora aerofttlotrs eom
pluuttM, but tliey luive iar less power to with,
stand the attack of other dueases; conse
quently vast 'number peilslv bv' disorders
which, ulthouuli not scrofulous in their nature,
arc still rendered fatal by lii-tiiiit in the
-.-.v i v .1-
syst'in. Most, oi in conxumpuuu wiucu ue
cim.ite the human fiunily has its prigin directly
in tlti scTofulonsr TOntarrrinarion ; nnd-many
eatructivc disease of tho Uvcr, kidneys, brain,
(I ! til lliurjcil Ut ma, uiv viguD vua
ave Bggrn voted iy the aame cause. t. ., r
their lirfsons" nra' invaded, bv tliia lurkine in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood bran altcrauvemeuicuie(and in.
vigornto it by healthy food ana exercise.
tjuch. f .piedictRe- we iuppijr in u f.'m is .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the moat tRectaal remedy whkh the (nodical
skill of our times can -devise' 'lor tin every
where 'trevaillnz and fatal malady'. : . It is cord'
buied frqra the most active remouiola that have
been discovered for the expurgation of thia foal
disorder" from the blood, and the rescue of the
system , from, -its destructive consequences.
lieneo .it should be employed for the cure of
hot onlv Scrofula, but also those other attee
,tionrvhlcrrarise from lr, lucl, hs.TSftumvB
and .Skh , Disease, pT. ATnpY tutu)
ltOen, Or l'.UTSirELAS, A-IMri.ES, I'VHTVLIiS,
Ui.otc hks, JJiAiNi and Boii.s, i ujtous,. I utter
and S.vt.T Kitr.K, Scald Ukad, IIinoworm,
Hiiv:iMATi,yrHtMTieand MnnctKi.i. Uis-
f-ahkv I'tnriT,. ursPEraiA.-ur.iiiuTY, auu,
hidetd. all Complaints AUtsiso ritoM Yitia-
Tttn o btpcits Bloods "i'ho populajt belief
in. ' iwiiw itij of (It Hoed it founded in until,
for scrofula is a degeneration of .the blood; 11
pnrtieular purpose anO-virtuo ot this snrsnpa
r ilia is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
Without winch gonna fteaitu n mipOHiuiiie in
contununatcu constitutions
1
iAgue :Gure:
rQU-TUE SPEEDS CURB 0
Intinitttettf Fever, or Fever and Anne,
HemtAtcnt v Fewr, Chill Fewer. Dimb
Atrnr, Perludlcal Ileadnrlie, or Billon
Icmlai he, and Billon Fi ver, indeed
for tlir whole claea of dlacnse orljrinat
luff ' biliary dragrment,camed by
the Malaria of BIlaaaBaila L'ouaatvles.
AVc arc enabled hereto oHW the community a
remedy nliich, while it cures the above complaints
cerwtiify, is still porfecfly harmless in any
qitantiLy. Sucli a remedy is inclinable in districts
where these nlllietinu'disorrters prcrnil. This
"CritH" expels the iniaxmnlic poison of Feveti
ani Auur. from the system, and rrevents Ihc do-
yclupment of the disease, if taken on the first np
protjeh of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yt discovered fnr this class
of comnlaints. but elo the chenpest.'Tlio laroe
quantity wc" supply for a dollar brinss it within tho
resell ni every unity ; nnum oiuuus uisiricis, wnere
Kktrii Amir! nrerails. crerv bodv should
it. and use it freely bolh fnr cure and proteo-
H-jtm Aieut kiiperMrity 4 tuts, remedy over any
ether" eter.tlisciivcred jfyr jbc speedy and certain
tuic of I,if.r:n;Uc nli i.. iji.it it ('oimaiisno Quiuins
or mineral. Vuiisenneniry ft nruduees no quinism or
other injurious ell'eets whatever upon the constitn1.
lion. ' '1 hse cored by it are left as healthy as
ther had never hnu the disease.
.1 vsrwid Auiiu w not alon tn consequence oi
(ho nitiiMin tto pnuit. A great variety of unor
ders iiii-io from, iK fmlalion, Bmon2 which nro
fi'tfirabii", IMcUihuttsirt, Gnt, llta)ache'l liliiid
Tonih irhf, K-tmHit, CnUtrrh; Aslhtfin, PaU
BUnlm.'IUinf)il "crtt'on of tho yplern, IbjXtur
t.i'm:i ii.t '. t Jiwh, O.'ic. '. ' nnd lie
ra,iu tiu i. l'n .ttMM'i, uu oi .t.tucli, when
fii'iw ' " in 'bis caiiie, 'titon the intermittent
f i,. ii' ii. .-'i .i' i l l :.:.. -l. i 114 Li l i-x ilia
llie r..,.-.':,. finitn the blood; and cotiscqucntty euros
tlicm ..II ,ilil-e. It is an invaluable protection
hnipi!tr:inis ml persons travelling or temporarily
residing in th nialunoiis districts., it taken -oten-
,iiiuilr nr d:.i!v wiiilo cxnosed. to tha iiifccliou,
tluit will be e.Xirek'd frutn the system, aud. cannot
dccuiinilatt' in u:Ki.'itnt quantity to ripen into dis.
oifie. Ilcnct' it I? even more vaiunnie lor protcc.
tion tban eni emid few will ever suffer from Inter
mittenw if thev avail themselves of the protection
this rerocdy aliotda.'.. -' . r. .: !. . . .
Prepared by Dr. 7. 0. AYES & CO., Lowell, Vail.
.1 . i -- BUBBKTB m SAHUBU, QOIumttaS,
And bv Drwrftaai and veauu ererywher.
norlhUd.tww , (, :. , . J...r. .
CA5ADIAS tl; UUTrED STATED MAIL
STEAMERS ;
LONDONDERRY, GLASaOW.
T I 1 f.Ta.4-yl ftnV.,A
1 nnd -
The Montreal Ocean Itaaaaahin Ooapoay'a SrstautB
ntll-pewrd01yd-hallt Suanurs aaU everp aata
uratar from POBTLAHV, earryiag ta oaaadian
Dnited Staesa Ball an passengers, . . ..
a N0RWIOIAN. ..... . NORTH AbBRIOAV,
, BOHRMIAN, . . ANQLO-BAX0N, , ;
1 NORTH BRITON, " EI BURN IAN,
J CANADIAN, - - NOTA BO0TIAN,
Sbertest, Cheapeat anQttlckotCena
wwyaamuw arvaaa v.-
AXZBICA TO All PASTI Of I0BOFI.
Kate) ot a?aMaiij to Europe),
v- jjao. eaa. so.
Will fell frms ITVBBPOOl ewwrr TednedaT
aad frea QCBBBO awary Daanrdar, ealling
, LONDONDBttltx, torasnrtaa raM ana Waiaand
Paaeennra. to and from Ireland and Bootland.
irrTha ataaaMr an swis r iron, in waiar-arnt
toBpartmeata, earry aea an aapavtonod Baitean,
varrautauoa is nsiu w, vim auoiiori aau Booomm
tloa of naassnrars. a ueypreeeaaainct n wnuun.
DBBx, tn giaal naa ana aeiay or eaiung ai at. aonn-s
M erouieew .
Qlaagow tiaBSiigirs are rnmtansa wiut ran panan
Uokets to ana Iras ,onaoaorry. s -
Ketam tiokM grants as rauuewa rate.
Otrtincatas Isned lor aarrrlng t and bricring oat
aan..ra from all the principal towns of Great Britain
Ireland, at redaeed tat, ay ma tin ateaaaars,
bytnWABBINlTOM Lift a v BalLlna rAUlUll'r
laarlni urarpooi riy ra., . V .: c .
Illffatt Draft fa i amal epwardi
I . aWlunagtaaaL""", ecai.
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f W. Annr af the Offlc. S RHOAl)
wiliMWlirii ana iv a r.
1 A voraaakV 1 . ...; hi i n
,-' r.'-fABKXi mill, Ortltal Jffiltl.
t ,-. J. H. ARMSTRONC,
aoie-lyddtw Post Offlos.0olanvbus.0bla;
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T if ATI TOYS BAT ADMITTED
A. aa tKMtS ADiVR BAIN aa aartaer la my
Bu, which will bag after be conducted nider tb
limasHi, r aatn , av soata uua
' .Ceinabna, gee IS, Ml, - febll
i rMt IIWnri5iff-f.lEili'
fish & Fbs'"a1 -' aient, Jl. t-J iwprWlot
ill Maw York 1 . , ..v(..a tl-la 1aUiaa
tmponl..g, C in i t,.,iaaloa,aatBi
Kiaet, Br t , n-4 c ., an.ie auiamoooa
f ran ta Sirti v. baAidti, LadiaiW
vniKir.a aiiau -.fM.iag uw( la taS seel lif IK
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
tor CinoiniifttI, Dayton ft Indiinapoli!
I . , ::. ; imV.'i A.1l.v
Through to ludianarjblli Without Chang of Cars
j '-' and but One Change of Cam between . '
1 I "--'I ' ' l-liti.iVS .V
Four Trains Dail trom Coltfmbus.
I '"'1 ; ; il T!5ia
, rFIRST TRAIJN-bi lis :iii ,:
A0COMMODATIO6I at I a. ro.. ctoDVinr at all Sta
tion! between Oolnmbas and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
tiring at OUwinnBtl i at 10 OS a. as., and at Dayton at
8.10 a. m., connecting at Saytoa for Indianapolis aad
ta West. -
. -i .SECOND TRAIN".' "
V t bvtinka. . .. . - . ' ' m . 1
London, Oharlaaton, Oaaarrllla.Xanla, Bpilng Valley,
Oonrln, Preeport, Port Anoient, Morrow At., Lebanon,
rosiar s, Doreiand and Mlirord, arrlrtng at Uirjataama
at 4.30 n. m..Davton at9.4S n. m..aaancotlnaalth is
0hl aad MiMiaalppJ luilnrad for Loaiarllla, Ky., Tin.
eennee, Cairo, Bt. Lonia, NewOrlaua, eta. I at Dayton
or anaianapoii. Latayetle, Terr Mania, Uhtcago ana
all Wastara point. . . ' . i .. t.-i .
jt to ' THIRD TRAIN. ! ' ' -5
MAILate.lOB. m..atonnlnaat aU elation fcatwsea
Oolumboa and Xenla, and at Bprlng Valley, Oorwla,
Marrow and Lviad, arrtrlng at Cincinnati at 3 a. a.
, a fourth train i"
KI0HT XPRP. via Drrtsn. at It 00 Bldniit't.
ttopptag at Loudon, Xenla, Dayton, Middletown and
uaniiion, arnring at Ulncinnauat a.KS a. m.;aiuay
ton at I.SSa, sa.t eotiaectlna at Cincinnati with th
Ohio aad Mlnlailppi Railroad lor Loaiarllla, Xraoarllle,
rinatnnei, uairo, rt. iouia. Bempnu, new urwana,
and all poiata Bouth and loauvweat; also, at Daytaa
tot Indlanapolii, Latayatt, Terr Uaute, Ohica.o, etc
TF7Por further Information and Throorh Tlekats.
apply to it. L DOBXBII, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
UOIUBDU!.
i ; 'MP. W intADlB, '
Oananl Ticket Agaat, Clnctonau.
. JNO.W.DOniBTP,
JH'ivc-!! - ' '- - Afent, Oolonb,
. . '( V v B.W. WOODWARD.
Bsparlntendent, Otnolnnatt.
Oolumkai, Joly M, 18G1.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
j - CONHlOTlHa AT BnlliAtRl WITH TH1
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
i C- AST ft PIITSBCRQH WIIU HI
PENNSYLVANIA1 CENTRAL'
'.RaAJXROAID:
POBMINO tdb " '
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
- Koute to all Eastern Cities I
if
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Trains Leave Columbus as follows':
MORNING XXPBISS , ,
Lenres Cotnmbus 1.30 A. M-' from Union Depot, via
Bellair or Btenbenvllh) t arrives at Belial re, ru.xu A
u . i iii- ia m n u . ti(..i u 1 .it D U
w. , pwiinaiunrMiwri a... 'bMW rBu a,
Harrlteurr. t.10 A. M.l via JJUntown, arrive at New
York S.OU A. M.t Via PhikuUlpMa, arrires at Phila
delphia. 5.10. At.: Bw lora. 10.30 A. M:" Oonnecu
also at uarrabnrg tor Baltimore, arriringat 7.43 a. Ai
81eeplng Car attached to thii Train
Praia Columbua, run directly through to. Pellalre or
rutsbargu witoon cnanga; ana ruraogera via niiea
town arriv In Mew York at 8 A. M-,
1T7TW0 H0UBB IN ADVANCE OP N0RTHBRN
L1HBS. - .
This Train' also connects at Bcllaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
" ,: PiTTSBURan sxpRssa. .,-
Leaves Colambns 11 S3 A. M., from WnloB Depot,
Steubenrlile: arrire at Newark.- 1 50 P. M.l Ocshoe-
ton. 8.15 P. M. Btauueavllbj, 0 P. M. Plttabarg, 8.40
P. H. JXTThl! I the only rout by which Faeeen-ra
can leariTOlriclnnaU at ? A. M., go through to Pltla-
bargn in aayugnt, without cnang or tars or ueisy . -
C ' PAST UNI.
Leares Columbus 91.15 P. M., from Union Depot,
Bellalre: arrives at Newark, 8.83 P.- at.l ZanearUl,
33 P. la.: Bllalr.7 .55 P. M.: Plttsbanrh. ll.Si
;-Harrlsburg, S.OO A. M.; uia AUontoum, arrrraa
at New York, 4 P. M.; uia fhHadtlpJUa, arriTf
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M-; New York, P. B. Thla
Train also connect at Hamiborg for Baltimore, ar
riving at IP. 11. r - " - -..
inie xrain runs mrongn to oeusir or rtttiDurgwiui-
oat change of Cars; and from Pittsburg there la
ahang of Can to Philadelphia, or via Alleotowa
Ktw xora thus oiieiing , .. , .
The only Route from Colambns to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
, : one ohange of Can.
Br this Train Pasasnrar arrive In New Yoik fir
hours In advance of th Northern lines.
This Train also connect at Bellair with th Baltlmor
and Ohio R. R.
tLTThti Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and more than 1UU miles shorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
Bagf ago Checked Throngh to all im
portknt if olnti JSatt. .
ASK POR TICKETS TIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.
Ticket Good nrer either flante.
JNO. W. BROWN,
den. Ticket Agent Central Okie R. R.
... I. A. UCICBINS0N,
Gka. Tlekst Ageat Bteubeurlll Short Lin.
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flammaUon and Darn, and heal th worst
scald, bruise, cut or fresh wound of any kind, prarenU
swelling and pain from be- slings, moaqulto bites,
OiSOnOB P 11BIS, neuralgia, neiuuaiiauH agaa iu
breast, salt rhana, eta. When taken internally, It
poaltlrely cure eroap in emiann, sua (ivss usmauisu,
relief in th won tease of thi terribl complaint;
fen ore hoarseness and (or throat. Prios, a eeato
bottl. . Bhonldbiav( ihoua. Por rale by Drag-
gists and Storekeepers. invinujNB,
t MMdAwlylS i '
No real jostle eaa b don th above preparations
bat by procuring and reading deecrtpur pempntee.
be found with all dealers, or will be eent by Proprietor
aa rf.m.nri. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Physt'
dans, who wit! nnd development ittbutfl Worthy.
iceeptano .spprnval- ' v , ! M
V Of T1 pODueDCe OIIOIWQ irum stia wuuiv u7.-vjaTai.iy
for while t the owUwboIesl tn wtU dealer.,
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CBIMirr BHD PBAXMACtOTIST, ' .,1
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[From the Boston Post.]
THE DEPARTURE.
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t . . A riog of women stood around, .. , .
," Their chieki with clothi a-dnlnr.
. "Pair adle,1' said I, "doa't, I pray," " ' .. '
j. .'il InOam year eyas with orrlng ;:... i
Hi ' ''1 ' ''r 1 V ,:r . w . m i
r. ., "0 yail" said n"lf you -era I, f - - ;
' If rnu had larad the Aillnttnt -
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VotvwouUI be agitated, " - .t-in l-a:
Int. J.k jl A. aa..() . n.lh.. . r') l 4
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Don'l apeak of ptrtarhation, . '. "
Mv mnmlaifiil ' " -k ' '
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; ia I wmilMDimlaietlonl','' ... ''j
( ' i. ' . t f I 'I hJ.lt . .' . -
' . J'Yoa wretch," auotbtr said, "to smlla '.
" At other folka'dlauter;
'.'' How could I ii aatar thaa nry tears, '
Jit Who lor th QaartoiBastort" '-',
' . ' - . .... , . i ,
"O, cruel Ban," th fourth on said,
. ' ""May your owa heart apbrald yon. .
ii .' Por I, linoe ray majority, ' - ' '
liar lored lb Bargtant-Major."' ' i '
'Il'a yoa, U IV another galped, ' m
That talks so An nd raanly.. . . ...
Hat if your lor sergeant was, " ' '
. Yoa Hoalon't be, Sir, jaunty.
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A:
Thi net with ilgbs and sobs 4id toll
Of all their sad nlatlona; .
And It was lor of print Bsd ' ' '
Th aum of lalrprlvatlap.i "
, The world Is fall of groans aad sigha,
And tears all aye will iwlm la,
Ai loeg'a ooe-nalC aad ap of aea,
The tnar haJf f weanaa.
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I There Is no time like the present for exsnjln-
lng the sincerity of men's desire for a restora
tloa of the Union. To wish for the conquest of
the Southern States and the extermination of
its ilATeholding population, to the end thai we
may have a new population 'there, and a Dew
Constitution which shall Ignore slavery, Is not
to wish for the restoration of tha government,
or the gupreraacv of the Cooititatlon, but la so
Maliy to desire a revolution wnicn snail routra a
new government on the ruins of the old." J
The radical Abolitionist, whose creed is "no
anion" with slaveholders," cannot be a trne
friend of the Colon. ' A review of the history
of Abolitionism will serve to show the necessi
ty of shunning the Influence and advice of such
men, if we expect to be again a united people.
1 be vast majority ot tninkiow men in Amen-
oa have desired to lee a feasible plan for the
removal of slavery a an Institution.- Thirty
years ago the Southern mind was decidedly In
favor ot sucti a plan, uat tne idea or immeoi'
ate abolition, based on the doctrine that slave'
holding li a sin" erf e, was not accepted, is not
now accepted by one in a nunurea ot tne etti
xens of this country.
Tne difference between abolitionists and tne
maior part of those whom ther called pro-
slavery men was that the former demanded an
Instant, violent and trial abolition of the rela
Hon of owner and slave- Blind to all questions
of effect on master, servant or country, they
adopted and advocated the idea that the rela
tion was sinful and therefore ought to hare a
sudden ending. ...
Calm; Intelligent, sensible men were eon
staatly devising plans to rtd the country of this
element, tbe negro population. - Seeing toem
Increasing to millions, regarding amalgamation
as oppose to- the laws of nature, and political
or social equality of the black and white races
Impossible, tbey looked anxiously for some
plan of celonisatloa or removal which should
effeol the desired freedom of both races, for
il was manifest that the white was already en
slaved to the Mack by his presence on onr continent-
' The abolitionist opposed all soon
plans.' They held that' to pay a muter for the
freedom of a slave Was becoming partietpt
crimini. Thev heaped abuse on colonisation
societies.' They declared that the black slave
being born here was a citlsen, entitled to live
and die here, and no power existed to expatrl
ate or exile htm to Africa or elsewhere. '
Thirty years ago the country was prosperous,
and the work of emancipation, aided by moder
ate men through voluntary or benevolent inna
ences, was progressing favorably. State aftrt
State had become freesoll, and there was every
reason to suppose that under the Influence of
moderate counsels, Virginia, Maryland, Ken-
tacky and other States would soon provide a
plan substituting free for slave labor. "Bat the
ptospeot did not satisfy the men who mart the
Instantaneous abolition of slavery their bobby.
They began to meddle with politics, and pro-
nonnoed the Constitution of the United States
infamous because it recognited "persons held to
service." Tbey ridiculed tbe flag of the coon
try, and declared that its stripes were represent
ative of its protection to siave-arivers. i ney
maintained that the only exodus of the slave was
over the- ruins of- the American ehurch and
Union. Thev avowed their principle to be "no
anion with alaveholders," their objeot the dis
solution ot th United State.
for years thev labored with, little effect, and
thev might have labored for centuries with a
little, bat for tbe diflereao which arose among
politicians, woo in tneir mad desire for plaoe and
power, saw in them a ready tool to be bandied
by a skillful workman. The 8outhro extremist
r co gonad in uem us enemies toward whom
be coum direct Bpawern, animosity, ine
Northern politician saw La their ranks a lev
thousand voters who held balances of power in
certain sections, and In their principles a cer
tain something: wtuca migbt be used as a party
rallying cry, without taking them wholly home
to his heart. Tha Republican party might
possibly have grown to power aad place In
time, without danser to tbe country, if it bad
nobly and fairly disowned and eat off all aboli
tionist allies. Bat the polltloal leaden of the
Republicans were wise in their own conceit.
They were playing a bold game, bat all the
time were playing, pernapa unwittingly, Into
the hand! of Southern dlsunlooists, who were
"biding their time." While they affirmed that
they were not abolitionists, they accepted what
benefits might arise from the war cry of anti
slavery, content that it should do them what
good, aad give thorn what votes it might, and
closed their eves to the faot that It gave to the
Sonthern enemies of the union precisely the
opportunity they ware waiting for. History,
the impartial judge, will at soma tatare day
determine who were more responsible, the men
who lay luwait for an opportunity to destroy
the Union, or the men who knew of their ambush
aad deliberately gave them the opportunity by
leading the XNortu into It-- . v . k
Whatever be the decision, the Abolitionists
must bo regarded as tho BtiUstoos around tbe
neck of the Republican parly which dragged
Into perdition, and bat weil.niga destroyed las
American Union wllh it. i . r: -1 -s
The work of reiteration ia now before la
this work, it is necessary, if wo anticipate sue-
oess. to be an! ted,: We are agreed .thai the
work Is to be accomplished by eonqaering tbe
dlsanlonlats of the bourn and oy winning pack
the affections of the people who have beea mis
led, by tbsir political guides, into th belief
that the Worth is abouuoniaed. ,. iois latter ne
cessity ia reeof Qised by every one. The strong
est allies of abolitionism, heretofore, mm papers
which might be styled tbe ropes that held this
corse to the need OL UteiaiUpubUcui party,
art loud in lb Mr denunciations f all who
charged that party with being aboiitioalate, and
evince a slaoere anxiety to disprove the charge
and be rid or tbe association. Apparently
mtn are equally earnest in the desire .thai
North Is not abouttoaiau To make this
vIcUqb DerfeA, the Una most sooner or later
I UlS.lDUliy H.SWJI. a W IU uua HU III wuw maa..a.
j, i l j . I. .Ill ... J . I. . W.
.... .j.i-jil Jl . urka....
UfDaLh Ml UCItWI waAaBBwaV VVrs at Bai BS - u-war mrm-m
armies iwposaess territortea new m rwoeiuoo,
mast be able to assure tb Inhabitant of aeoa
ilttent; hnited eppoeltloa aaoUtioaisa la
Naa,.! f ... .nrltl ,J ami .-'
i If wa advocate "no anion with slaveholders,'
then tho Work f rastora tan hi a Belf-ooBtradia.
t!rm.v If nr arts la bring thru back, to UH thsm
wowiU have no anion with you," then pce-
laps some clearer eyes than ours can see what
sort of a fatare Is before them end as.
But if we are to bring them Into the Union
as before, and Uvw with them, aad pledge oor
salvos nndsr the ancient ContltuUoa to permit
. k ft I . . . ...
owe oi uaorgia so sueae nerownv sieve
oode, aad Loalalana hef own, and every1 State
to have slaves ot free labor as it sees fltj If the
States are to be brought back as States In tbe
Union aad 8tars In tbe lag, then l Is as plain
as daylight that the only tree friend f tbe
Union is the enemy of abolitionism, whose creed
is and always was "'no anion -with slaveheU-
ers. ' ..- ... i ; .u '. vl ' 1. 1 i " ' i
t II Is time to understand plainly What aboil
tloniats mean, who In one breath say they are
for the Union, and in the next declare unflinch
ing eomity to a anion with slaveboldlng State.
We believe tbe North to be antf-aboiltionlat,
thoroughly. We believe that the roiowof niae
tenths of th Norlbr voters, from President
Lincoln, down, is, as bis has been, unhesitating
ly against. any interlera'uce" with the .Lnternel
eoondmy of the slave Sums. : We know that
tbe party who are In favor of turning loose (our
millions of ignorant, dependent, itarving peo
ple oo tne community, euner to murder tbenv
or do supported by their charities, Is too small
a party to be coon ted among the hosii that think
otherwise. But the South do not believe this,
and they have 'he best of reasons lor not be
lieving it, when the men who denv that thev
are abolitionist are yet fiercest in defense or ab
olltloulsm when It Is attacked. We are labor,
log to sustain th Union men of the South In
their affirmations to their neighbors that South
era Interests and Southern property and Sonth
ern principles are safe from attack under tho
Constitution of tbe United States. -The labor
was a thankless one, when a portion . of tbe
nortnern press wag either silent or rushed pell
mell after Fremont's proclamation. It hi be
come a hopeful work since President Lincoln's
firm modification of that rroclamsrlon, and tbe
noble response which the people of the North
have made to that defense of the Constitotion.
Wherever there lr a -man tow who orles "no
union with slaveholders," that man Is as great
an enemy of tbe Union a th leader of lbs
1-,
Southern armies. iY. Y. Journal of Comment,
Emancipation.
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It
NotwlthsUndlng the nrofsnlon.' which wis
doabt not sre honest, of many, so called, Re
publican journals, and In spite of tho equivooa.
tion of others not so honest tt Is a deplorable
faot, that not a few of those called by that came
manifest a disposition to speculate with mocb
show ot confidence, upon what they sail " Tbe
approaching extinction of slavery." ; Quite a
number of these journals, In Massachusetts and
elsewhere, have openly advocated emancipation
as tbe distinct object of tbe war. Others, with
out makiog this the Indispensable condition,
have urged that emancipation woaid naturally
follow as a consequence of the war i wbilo a
third clans hare contended that, though thev
were really opposed to tb emancipation policy,
yet, as . a final alternative of maintaining the
Union, they must accept the emancipation doo
trine, In order to preserve tho Union.
I We wonder it never ooourred to th conduc
tors of those journals and their followers, that
tbe emancipation schema we the only seilons
obstaole to the settlement oi oar troubles not
immediately, bat in dae Urn and that no set
element ever can take plane, ia which that Idea
Is not thrown entirely oat of the question. W
believe, la faot, that there is not tb slightest
foundation for any of tho voluminous lucubra
tions produced apon bts sabjeot, by journalists,
preachers or pamphleteers but that it is of all
others the most unsubstantial and unprofitable
speculation ever indulged in by moral enthaal
aits and politioal schemer.
! We say nothing here of its misehievoainess
---bat how, let as aik, is such a project to be
accomplished, even supposing It contained with
in Itself all the aieaaentg of nnmlxsd goodt
Wo talk of working oat a great moral revolu
tion. At present, it la certain that we are on
the defense, though an Impregnable defense, In
the malnVauauce of. tbe authority of the gov
ernment, which is set completely at defiance la
eleven State of the Union whloh Is the eab-
jsot of desperate oonfiiot In three more and
mat tne enemy who oppose this idea bold l v
marshals bis iorees at the very threshold of the
eapltol. Wo may say, with confidence, that
fifteen ont of tbe thirty-four States are almost
unanimously against lb. Tbe Constitution in
against it, the government is against it, two-
thirds of the Norts is against It, slavery itsell
is against it, all hope for the Union is sgslnst
it This la not an eaoooracinf prospect for
such a oauie. Bat tbe Idea ton put forth, day
by day, by men who ought to be .amenable to
reason, does now and always will Impede,
thwart and desperately Imperil the glorious
cause of tbe union ot more real oens
qceoce for its own sake, tban tb liberty or
the lives of Innumerable millions 01 Slav
to whom slavery may be a misfortune but
no snob misfortune to the coantry, as the
attempt carried oat would be to pal them on a
par with a superior race-'. And, moreover, ton
Idea, clothed with any sort of real vitality, will
do what anti-slavery agitation always baa done
la this country lb at is, put off Indeflnitely all
rjtospeBt of even partial emsuauipation. Other'
wise, in th course f no very long period. It
might perhaps again b thought of, where, to
think of it would be el some avail. Such is the
wisdom aad utility of th coarse panned by the
newspaper in question, and th whole elass af
kbolllioa lecturers, preachers ana anii-eiavery
agitators la general. .,...- o. .
we nave even sageiy oeea wia, wiuia not
many days past, by one af oor city jouraala,
which only one In a whll takes up tb
emancipation Idea, apparently lo counterbalance
any more rational opinion whieh, at other
timea, It may bav promulgated . mat wo need
not count ao confidently upon th conservative
seatlment of th North, as against th wild aad
fatal theory which we, for lot of tho Union,
so constantly deprecate and resist, r'or , It tells
us, there ar not only uonsutnuonai union
mem, bat even Democrats, who now go a great
wav in favor of tb liberation of tb blacks-
What sort si ConstUntioaal mea those eaa b
who ar ready to violate the Constitutiori or
Union men who ar willing to take An sure
Bieana to destroy tb Union forevat or Demo
crats, who would lake away from others, their
fellow citixeos, their rights under (Be laws, tor
tb sak of a hallucination which would throw
all Democratic Drivileces and DemoeraUo Instl
tutions into ehaos, oat of which eome natU
danaocratlo monster. Ukaly to wrlnA tneiB to
powder, woaid more than likely spring w are
not called udoo to saybeoAoee such, ateavar
nsithar of the one oiaaw nor tn oiner, a coord
In- to anv last InterDrotatioa of their political
afhnltlee, , Bat this w know and feel, that th
da la close at hand when thoa who sincerely
love and honor th treat eaus oi tbe Republio,
will maintain it with their live and fortaaes,
for what It la now and may bo la th future,
and not for any Incidental scheme of doubtful
humanity or Interest. - For the acnem Is so
Impracticable, that, ia applying It to our sys
tem, tha system iisen muat oa eniverea. to
atoms. Tbey, tbene will b on the one aide
and oa the olhst will b dreamers, schemers
and nolltioal charlatan, men of one idea
of bo Ideasi tho who would dig ap a trs la
order to get at fruit oat of their reach, tamper-
- . m .... 1 . t a, V. . a.
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themselves and plottere against the union,
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