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' IIX DOLLARS PES TKiB,
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D AILY; ?RtwLT A17D WBEKLT
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
rUBLISMJES AND PBOPBIITOBI,
:Q" Otto Mot. 88, 8 and 40, larta High It
TSRMU INVARIABLY IN ADVANOI.
Dally - 18 00 per year
" By the Carrlor, par weak, IfAtj tnu.c
Trl-WeaHy 'I 00 pryar.
Weekly.
1 00
crfU. of AUvertlalafc bp-, the Square.
u.niu.im Iyeki...f20 00
jM.rrrftA'-' wotii. w oo
Ji.a ' o mnitUil IS 00
u rrnc month 10 00
i' '.'mouth 8 00
jut " I month. S 00
Ouc square 3 week. . 14 00
On . lwokt..SO0
On ,' lweek... 1 7J
On. 3 day... 1 00
On " 3 day... 71
One 1 Insertion 60
ois; ue l advertliiments half mora than tb above
.. ' , ..: .
AireiUteoienls leaded and placid In th column of
HoikUl tMct,"dvhU(U ordinary rait.
All notion required to bo publlihed by law, legal rat.
-f ordered oo tin Ineldeexoluslvely aftor the first week
'or cent, more than the above rates; but all inch wll
appear lu the Tri-Weeklywltboutohirgt. . .- vi-.'i t
Buaim:"s Cards, not exceeding Sve lines, per year, In
lie, i 50 pet lino; outaldo fi. . .. , - . i.
Notion ol meetings, cherl tables ocletlts, Br companies,
fee, half price.
All traimltut tulvertltcmmU must bt paid fur tn
ntvatu ferule will not be rarled from.
Weekly, same price aa the Dally, when the advertise!
es the Weekly alone. Where rh Daily and Weekly
re both nacd, Uitn the charge (er the Weekly will be
a itr the rnt-a of the Dally
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS
f. a. b. smms,
Attorney ett Xci'xr
l AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ; f,
OHlco Aa.bn Building, opposite Oapltol Square.
COLUMBUS, OHI0J
a. oonoiiNin,
Attorney "& Coufisellor 'at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
OOLXJM3US ,
Machine Manufacturing Companj
;i)';ooooooc,ootmu.o
steam's engines ooilers.
. Caattngf, K1U Gearing, Maohlnary.
., ALIO, ' ' V"- ' r
.. oi ifiii Dtacurrio.
COMIiriKUH, U1IIO.
0HA8. AMB08, Eap t P. AMBOB, Treat.
dcoll. tiif-U
vta w I
:
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.---Time.
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND. COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecllng at Oreilllne with the PITTSBURGH, FT.
WAYNE Ic OUI0AQO RAILROAD
for J'Utslntrgi, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
" for Fort Vaynt and CMoago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKH BH0S1 RAIL-
. . BOAD
For fluailairkf BnffalOi Albany-, Baa
. ton, and Mew Xorla. .
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCErt SUNDAY,
from Colamfcm, In connection with Trains on the
LIT'JXK iniAini ANU COLVMBIII
AMD AfcWIA KAlluBOAlm.-
f IRST TRAIN. ; ii-v
N1QI1T EXl'UESS.-UaTes Colnmbns at 3.40 A.M ;
will leave puseogeri at all Stallone tooth of Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Gilead, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
.19.00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Bunalo 4 Si?. M.
AlrnnyS.SO A. M., New York 8:35 A. kl., BoetonB:I0
t. M , PitUburgh via Crestline 3:80 P. M , Pbiladel
hlaS.lU A.M Chicago rU Creetllne at 7.tK) P. M.
" BECOND TRAIN.
N TOnK EXPRKSg Leaves Columbui at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Gallon. Crestline, Shel
by, New London. Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m. Dunkirk, t):5U p. m. Bnf
alo, 10.U p. m ; Albany, :44a. m.; NewYotk, 1:
p. m.; Beaton, 4:40 p. m. This Train aonneeti at Shel
by for Sandusky, and at QJafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 6:40 p. m.
TIIIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus
at 8.30 p. m. Will atop at all stations South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, tirafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at f:30 p. m.; Dun
kirk,V:(H)a m.; Buffalo, 3:i0a. m.: Albany, 8 :-20 p.m.;
New York, ISO p.m.; Boston, 1 1:45 p. m. Pittsburgh,
via UrulUne, at 11:35 p,m.; Philadelphia, l:0Up..m.,
Chicago, via Orestlioe, 0:45 a. m. This Train connects
at fchelly for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:53 p. m. . ' - . rt .'
Patent Sleeping Cart are ronl on all
. Bight Traini to Chicago, Hew;-----:
' .York and Boston. JJfr
Maggaat Chteked Through to Veti York and Ration
tla Llmtand: alto, to Philadelphia and
Xm Xorkvia Urettlin.
' RETURNING. V. ' ,
Nlg&t Ixpreta Arrives at Oolnmbas at...'11:15 1. V.
Cincinnati fxpreas arrive at Oolumbutat 10:50 A. M.
Accommodation jtxpreai arrlvssat Columbus at 7:5V
.11'
rswRi Uw as ty auy other Heuta.
Atk for TickeU via Crttllintor ClntUn&i .
' ; l.S.PLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMRS PAITRRSON, Agwnt,-
Columbus, Ohio.
Oolombu, June 17, 1S01J . '
100
II F. CIS OHEBN and II LACK
l llAI 1UO ban prim Bio Cone.
IS bays Ceylon Coffee. '
20Ubbl. tundard Whit Sugar, eanskrtlng ef Pew
dred,Ohraahed, Granulated A and BOofle,
60 quintals George Bank Codfish. y. i - t
gOttls. Meat and Na. 1 Mackerel, ,., , t
S tea. rick Bilmon., H ;,: .(, ; I -ii I.
lOObx. A.ayer ttaisin. fMtS!t ,M v ,(.,,,
0 hf. box do , do .u ,; w, i-r.M uc
100 qr. box do d .. , , , ,.
1V0 M Oigan, differcBt branll and grade. - - .
novn ';.u;,;-., . w .wm.jic)OSAU:
And Blank-Book Manntantorer, '
RTOBTH HIOH RBXR, OOLUlfJUi, OHIO
atari l-dly
r , t A ,,. i'.tv, ,t , yitf i
naa.B.a
NECK1IFJ,
J ait opened by ' '
pin
: i '
, . . BATH A SOW,
Ho. South High street-.
A nJBW.MOV B&IUT. ;
, . i w. r. ,m .mIT
ho. B9, souia biqu eiaiat. "
Have' just "reoelvetl new1 mak of HOOP SKIRTS
' Snlabed in a manner (at tupcrloi to any yet , introduced
ef ..- . - II If. " ' '
rUSABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,-11
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4-11
WORCESTER'S
Wm QUARTO DICTIOxNAllY.
The Latest The largeit The Best
'. : i Th Cheapest Because the Best,
Te neit HeliabJ tandard AM
' theritf ef f be Eng-lleb L,anKaaa:e."
-i SI Bundrti Sminml Xducatort of Ohio,
HIH1 BIST XNOLISn DICTIONARY XZ?ANT."
trary Mm JhtryuAoro.
"Hi are apwards of a n and red Thousand Word,
whoa maltifaiioas meaning and derivations, toirether
with their aornot spelling, a&d pronunciation are clearly
tt before the eye." -r 1 '7'i' 'T '".T!T i 1 j'
....,. i i .,,.,. , U ( ' i'
Btat tkt Dtclttont of tho iCtmbtrt of tht Ohio Stale
Ttachtr't Auooiation.
The underst(med, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association,, adopt and aia t as in teaching, writing
and speak tor, this orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Roval Quarto Dictionary, and we mot cor
dially recommend it a tb moat reliable etandard au
thority of (he IngUth language, as-It It now written aad
spoken.
Loam AiTDRrws, President Kenyon College.
M. D. Lassarr, Superintendent Zanesville Schools.
Taos. W. HaavtY, Sup't Maasilon Union Schools.
U. t. Oowmst, Sup't Pnblle School, Sandusky.
JomtLvncn, Sup't Public Scboole, Clrclevllle.
B. M. gAitroKD, Principal Cleveland female Bemlna-
Wm. MiTcntLL, Sup't Public Schools, Mt. Union.
- JonaOeoiui, Principal Stat Normal School, Minne
sota, i . ( '. . .. 4
Orans Niton, Principal fourth 'Intermediate School,
Olaoianatt.
M. I, AUanw. tt)aatna TTbUa B.wl,.
owi RaaaL, Principal MoNealy Normal School.
. Mu T. Tarraw, Prof. Mathematlot, Obi UnWerilty,
Wm. W. BnwaiDt, Sup't Troy Union School, t
'A. 0. Bontw, Prinolpal Weat lligh School, Cleve
land, .... - ...
S. A. Notom, Aatoolatc Prinolpal High School, Cleve
land. TmoDoaa BrnuM, Principal High School, Clev
land. I ' '" -, "" .
R. f. HcwirroH, Principal Cleveland Initltot. 1
J. A. aaaruoa, President of Xltctic Instltul, El
ram. W. L. Eauh, Prod of Chemlttry, Ohio Wetleyan
University.
n. H. Bar kit, Ix-0mmiatlonr of Common Schools,
Ohio. , . . ..,-. '
Jams Moxaoa, Prof. Rhetorio, Oberlin College.
. Tnot. Hux,PreeldentAatioch College.
0. W. U. OaTBCAtT, Prof, mathematics, High
School, Dayton.
8. 0. CaoHiAOow, Prof. Language, High School.
Dayton. .
S. hi. Riuaa, SapH Union Schools, Ashland'.
Hot than 81m Bundrtd othor JPntidtntt of Colt.
tt, Pnfmort; Aulhort and DittinguUhtd Eiuea
ton, homo mdorotd th about ttnUmmt, r . . i
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
afaiturna Ooixioi "It li traly aaugnlfloent work,
an honor to the author, th publishers, and the whole
eountry." Pretldent Andrews. , t .'"
Ohio Wblitah UTvrasiTV.--"It exceeds my expecta
tion. It will be my guid In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often b consulted by me for lit neat
and accurate definition." President Thompson. ; fc
W. R. Xcuotio Oouni. "Heretofore we have need
Webtter't orthography. At a reoant meeting of our
Vacuity, It was decided to change it to conform to that
of Woroester'e Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield. -,- : ,
Wirrea Rasxmvi Coilib. "I find ti worthy of
cordial approbation.'' President Hitchcock. ,
Orat.TR CoLuot. "It more than meets my expecta
tions. I recommend It aa the etandard authority in
orthoepy to toy children and- my pupils." President
Morgan. -......
Aimootl Colli. "I adopt and aim t use tn teach
ing, wrltlngand speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary."
President H1IL, r - . , - . -
"la all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a oootatned In Worcester'! Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late Pretldent.
Euro Collxsi, QaVbiu. ''I most cordially recom
mond It as the meet reliable standard authority of the
English language a It la now written and spoken."
President Andrews. . s - -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Ret. Anton Smyth, Oommittiontr of Common
BahooltiM Ohio, v .
"Th Dictionary It an Imperhhabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution tafarsupa-
Iqualnted." t
from am. O. B. Samty. JOt-Ommttionor oj
tichooU in Ohio. '
The most reliable itaniard authority of the lan
guage."
WHAT TVS
Leading Newspaper of Ohio Bay.
Iron tht Cltttland Etrald of JlarehSS.
Th orthography of the Worcester Dictionary It that
H.TU "J BJUVfc, 11 UVl Mil, IWIUVI. V. .u 1 "
country and Rnglaad, and conform to th general ntsgt
of ordinary writers and speakers. )
Whatever prejudice may bar misted previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add it to uie wen selected iiorary, pa 11 targe or smau,
It la a library tnltaelf. and will remain An Imperisha
ble record of the learning of its oompiler.
iron tht OinoinnaH Commercial of April 90.
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set cieariy ceiore me eye- a oo wora is
anquestlonably the greatest Thesaurus of Ingllsh Words
ever published.
Iron th Oltotland Plaindtaltr ofStpL 80, 18G0.
Evidently Wosctrraa'a Rota Quarto -Diction amy it
not only tht latt, but tht am wort of tht kind ovtr it
MMoI,and can by no possibility sutler by comparison or
controversy. - " ' ' ) ' ' '
from thtToltdo Bladtof Jtiy89.
A to ntOHDHCIATIOll. WOROtSTEl I TW1 STAHBIM
followed by our best authors; tn definition be leaves
nothing to be desired, and In 0THOurBT It it sufficient
to say that WoRctarram can be safely followed.
INGHARI BHAGG,
Pnblibera, Beekeellere cV Stationer,
NO. 181 8UPRRI0R BT.CLEVBLAND, OHIO.
ma(9 " ff - -
THE MUTUAL, BENEFIT ,
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of,,. y
Nowarls.; N. T-
DlTldendJannary 1 1881, 45Per Cent
ARftXTI
3,812,558 50,
Statement January 1, 1801
Balance, per statement Jan. let, 180O...v3,jo0,58J 3",i
uecetvea lor rremiune uur
log the jetr UtO 703,053 55 .
Received tor Interest during
the year low..,. sn.un
' Total receipt for lfl6of..'.eW7,!i07 74
Paid Claims by DeaUi,907,U4U OO
Paid Policle surren-
dered 41,111 VI
Paid Balariea, Pot- i :
lag, Taxes, Ex
change, etc 31,020 51
Paid Commissions tp .
Agent ...... i 51,939 SO 1
Paid Physlolana' feet. , 6,Ood 75
Paid Aanulties " 1.517 00 "
Paid Dividend, due- .
tug the year ...... 100,500 73 505,001 03 411,tf0 14
Net Balanee January 1st.
1WU
13,813,556 SO
I ..,' w 'ABSIXeVIM u-;'
Oath on fcand...i-,-.....s.. 10,8384 19 1
Bonds and Mortgage en Beal - -''
Bstate, worth double the
- amount loaned.. ....w... S.3571 68
Premium Mote, on Policies
in foroe, only drawing I per ' " I.
cent. InteresU 1.479.P64 17
Real Rstate.......i..... , W,W3 17
LoantooBorip 5,031 44
Premiums, Note and Cuh, In
course ef transmisiioa.-. . 49,343 73 -
I
I Total. Asteti
3,813,558 SO
y-t
T,5T5Follcle u force, luturing.....tg5,48e,538
1,433 new Policle hav been lamed during th year.
After careful calculation of tho present value of the
outstanding roiieie 01 u vompeny , ana Having the
tMOettoyy amount In reserv therefor, the Directors
have declared a Sivutm of 43 per cent, on the Premi
ums paid at tb tabl rate, to all policial for life la force.
ortor to January i lew, payaow aoooraioa t im
present rule of the uompany. . -
lute lor all kind of Lift Contingencies, Proepeei-
asee. Statements, and Applieallona, will be furnished
wmsooT oiARa, at tb 0o or Agendo of th Com
Pl ' ? 'l J,l R0BT. t. PATTRRSOlif, Preeldeni'f
- I L. O. GROVE R, Vln President.
I BIWa KILLBR, Secretary.- f v r , .!i
i I j a.Ui it.KESOI (Wit, -
t ,--j ,-'t-U r Mo. e Johnson Block,
Virch SB, IBOl.i un ul t .:-'.'. Oolumbua,0.''
Tit A in Ann rioriKGn hlack
XI PRESS BILKS, tt every grade. ' Th most (elect
aaeertmant in the elty, and at moot naaonablarate
) BAIN a BOH,
. tVriU .( H. WIUPIhlw
. .lift.." i . :r .h ,v
Ay.er'sSpaiiafilla
A comjipuntlyeincdy, designea to bp Jtlip nwist
SfTrttual .Alterative .that' cun bo niutlu., hMi
t UccntraUd oxtrart-of l'lira Saisopurillii..
n, f ombiliecli witli ;utliei- iiubtiiiitTS of rtij
greater aUoriiliva jiowc aa tu utfoid on efritf
lintujntw, far tlio diacarmmiU ii
i')jutctlt'auie. It is-lKlifvt hfrkfmti"fi;
niiKil is.,nttnfa!ol by those' vfin Ktxffiv'frfak'
itrulnous complaint,' and that one whidi v '.'A
Accomplish their cure mutt prove iiiWirtrrf
service tr) this large' clftiw of ottr aWrted.fti'.p
citir.cna,' ',' Hoy completely this cornp'ouiitl will
do it bo? been proven by experiment on many
of tlio worst casus. Jo b found of the folio wii
complaints! 'Mi'..
', Pciiprt'i.A ,ani, Scuopui.ols ,CoSipr.AtxT,
Imwition and Euuptivb Disease, Utlrftf,
1'iMi'f.T,1 Ulotohes, Tumoiis, S.vf-T Kiif lr,
Scald IIkvd, Syphilis and Svi'itiLiTio --r
FLtrtoKs, Mb&cuhialDdieasr, Dnorsv, Ni:f-
KAL01A Oil TIO.DOULOURBUX, DuBUlITVt lYt-
P.EPSIA ANQ JSDIOr.STIOIf, JiRYSlfELAS, Jtot
ob St. Anthony's Firb, and indeed th;r whoo
class of complaints arising Jbcm I.'U'uhitv or
tub Blood. ' : ' ' & " ' '
- This compound Trill trt-rjuad a great' proT
motor of healtli, when taken in the apring, to
expel the foul humors which fester 'in ths
blood at that season of tho year. , By tle time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in tho bud. lMultitudca 'can. by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves fioin
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
tores, through which ths system will strive to
rid" Itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of tho body
by -an' alterative medicine. Cleanso out tho
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through tlie skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores : cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever if is foal, and your leclings will tell
ou when, liven wnere no particular disorder
1 felt, pcoplo enjoy better health, ond live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but witli this
pabulum of lift) disordered, there can bu no
lasting health. -Sooner or later fiomethirrg
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the dru
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of tho virtuo of iSaraparilla,
or any thing else.
. During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a in:irt
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Mo-.t
of these have been frauds upon tho sick, for
they not only contain little, it any, hamtpa
rilla, but often no curativo properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and paintul disappointment
has followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sarsnparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition ond cheat, fciill
wo call this compound Sarsnparilla, and intrml
to ftupply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. . And wo think wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which nrc irrosistiblo
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure, Iu order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions ou
the Ixjttle.
FUEPARED By
DR. J. CU AVE II & CO.
' LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $t per Bottle 1 Six Bottles for $5.
i Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself uch a renown for tho cure (if
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It U entirely unnecessary for ut to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it Ii js been em
ployed. As It lias long uecn lit constant use
throughout this section, we need not do moro thou
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
It ever lias been, and that it may bo relied on to
do for their relief ull it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
:'' ' FOIl the cum: OP
Contieencss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, . ludigcs'iau,
pisenterg, I'oul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Filet, Rheumatism, I.iuplwns ami tuit Disease,
liter Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors r id
Salt. Rheum, Worms, Cunt, Xeuralijiai i.s u
Jjimier Piit, and for Pur! filing the Blood.
1 hey are titfrar-coatcu, so that the most sensi
tive can take tlictn plcasanllv, mm they are the
host aperient in the world for all the purposes 0! a
cunily physic. ;i ,
Prioo 25 cents pr Eox; fiva bixoj for $100.
Great numbcrsof Clergymen, Physicians. Slntes-
men, and oitmienr personages, nave lint tat'.r
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our tpace hers will not permit tho
insertion oi llier.i. The Apjcnts below named far
nish gratis our Ameiucan Almanac iu wliLii t;ev
arc given; with also full descriptions of the u'.in'e
oomphinrt, and the treatment that shtiuld he !""!
Ipwed for their cure.
Do not be put olf by unprincipled dealer wilu
other preparations they inaao moro pr:.(it mi.
Demand Ayku's. and tako no others. The sick
want the hest aid there is for thcin,and theyelmuld
hnvD it. .
All our remedies are for sale by - f
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
1
NEWARK OHIO,
Rlanafactnrera of all klndi of Pot'
i table and stationary steam En
gine, Saw Illtll, tirlat ItillU,
J vjeve :.-,, , ..(. . t..
lAMCei B0DLSI Btattnl B. tt I. BLAND T Beaten!
f.J. B. DUTALL Btattnl II COLUMBUS
' j UACBINX CO. Beaton II It BRADtOBD
' , CO. Btattnl I III - --
Our Portabla Inrlne and Saw Mill
Wu awarded th first preminni of-ISO at th Indiana
Btate lair for lSiO over Lane tt Bodley't on account
Prloe, lightness, simplicity, economy of luol
1 and superior character of lumber sawed. -
Our Stationary Engln was awarded at th same Fall
th first premium of fiOO. - '
Our Portable Engine was awarded! the first premiao
B100 at the Fair at Memphis. Tenn., over Blandy' Da
vall'a, Oolamba Maehtn Go's., and Bradford si Co's.
by a committee of practical Railroad R uglneere. c
For pric and term address .
; ' W1LLARO WARNER. Treasurer,
cS-dAwlyols. ...... v Nwarlt,01iia '
I Co-Partnersliip
I IIAVB THIS VAT ADMITTED S1V
on JAMES ADOR BAIN as Dartusr In a busi-
es, which will hat after be conducted under the firm
of nam a Son p. BAIN, SO South lilgb St.
Colombo f b 15, lest, feblO
I urtio HJEHK1T KfEHLEB ' '
rtat ef PhalODS EstabDshment; K. j.,y Pnprletoro
th New York Faahienail Shavtnv. n.lr llitn
Shampoonlng, Curling and nreaalng Baloon, East Stat
Itnet, over lb Pom Offlo, wbai (atlsfaotloa will
trta rt In fall tM Varinnsl laal.u 1 -.11-
piems .Columbus
OhlUren' Hair rMtng don In Ut best styjo.
.'Ijai-eUy -v ... .
' 1 i,...-'J ..- 0! 1 ft tart tttM H Ail
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
t&OXlZtxl
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Seditious Preaching.
a nee.
etadry war in def ense of social order and consti
tutional government..! Two olaesei of enemies
are arrayed In arm oonsoioualy or unooDsoions.
ly, against these two -principles. One, the em
bUious MpiranU foe power and pelf, who bare
courted revolution and propagated treason lor
their own selAdh ends. Tbe other, the muses
of (he Boutbera people, who have been persuad
ed that tbe Government of the Uoited States Is
henceforth to be employed in a crusade against
the eotAtl iDititnilona of the South, In reckless
violtUioB of the Constitution. " ' - - -
In. that deadly atroKle. not onlv'for the
maintenance of -social order and constitutional
government, but for very rxleteoce, which has
oeen mus piovosed, t&e government bag deem
ed it proper and oetieciiiry, with slight regard to
the ordinary foroe ( civil process, to imprison
abd proseoule numeious persons for aiding and
abcttiDK (be rebellion bj traitorous laDgoage
bum kiuiLuiuus uontiuct. - '
We do not now diacuse the Question of tbe
proptiety And neoeasity of this course, We
KDOW ttlut it mtv.be deff-ndral bv rc naeaita.
sive reasons, and by Drecedeats from evrt-v na-
uonat oiaiory, including our own, in times of
petu ana arena emergenoy- We conless that
tbe reason whioh most inolines ns to acquiesce
in the propriety of this policy is a flowing (m
preaiion, produced by pending eveitj, that any
government over man, to be respected and truly
loved, must be felt in some other way than in
nninterrupted bentflceuoe. Men grow wanton,
selfish, and ungrateful, under prosperity and tbe
long continued reception oi benefits. We have
the highest authority for believing that the mor
al government of God would be ntterly forgot-
veu, or insoicntiy aespisea, tt it consisted only
in the gratification of human desires. 80 those
persona who, in their wantonness, hare affirmed
tbat tbe government established by onr fathers
is at an end, tbat tbe Union is dissolved, and
that every mau is remitted now to his own
choice of a new government and a new country,
are made to feel their mistake when tbey find
tbat old government, the very existence of
which tbey denied when.it conferred only bless
ings, so real and strong a thing as to be able to
take them, or tbeir seditious neighbors, by the
strong arm, transport tbem to a distant point,
find keep them rigorously confined.
So, again, tbe existence of this Government
as a real Government, capable oi enforcing obe
dience, which is tbe essential characteristic of
a government. Is now to be determiued by the
stern arbitrament of arms, against the theory
which alleges that the Federal Government nev
er was a government in fact, but only a soeo-
tral illusion under that name and title, witbont
authority, without substance, without power
ine advocates ot mis anarchical theory, wbetb
er the seducers or tbe seduced, have pasted in
their delusion beyond tbe power of argument.
Tbey have themselves inaugurated tbe appeal
to arms, and by arms alone can the question
cow be decided. .
But tbe aiders and abettors of rebellion ought
to be impartially dealt with by a government
wnicn would vindioite itself and eneotually as
sett its power.
We have already ebaracterized the rebellious
States as composed of two classes, tbe seducers
and the sedoced. From the beginning the chief
instrument ot seduction has been tbe seditious
and unconstitutional utterances of unprincipled
Northern preachers and editors, urging their
oongregations and tbeir readers to a cr.isade
against the social order ol tbe booth. These
utterances bave been eazerly seized and indus
triously used by the Southern seducers, to fast
en in tne minds ot tbe whole people the convlo
tlon that this was the universal Northern sent!
ment and purpose. ' All the department of the
Federal (Government, Executive, Legislative
and Judicial, have concurred In denouncing
this sentiment as false, uncoastitational,nd
inimical to tne very existence ol the Govern
ment,
Yet, on tbe Fast Day, appointed bv the Pres
ident for national humiliation and confession of
sin, tieae clerical agitators, these wolves in
sheep's clothing, had the treasonable tffrontery
to pervert tbe seemly appointment! nto an occa
sion for tbe renewed utterance of tbeir seditious
impeachment of the Constitution and of all tbe
departments of the Government, with the lull
knowledge and understanding that these sedi
tious speeches ot theirs would furnish the most
effectual aid and comfort to tbe rebellion.
Every one of those speeches is worth at least
one thousand men and ten thousand dollars to
tbe Confederate cause, and will brine thus
tnucn into tne neia ana into tne exchequer.
Let tbe Government theu vindicate its author
ity and show its power upon these arob-traltors.
Let all tbe principals, if tbe step should prove
necessary to silence them, be seized and con.
fined in Fort Lafayette, in loving contact with
the prisoners already there. At first a howl of
execration would go op trom tbeir dupes, but a
few more determined arrests would alienee tbat
noise, and convince even these fanatics that
there is a government In this country stronger
than tbeir insolent self v.i". .-
This decided and impartial course on ins cart
of the Government would exercise a meat salu
tary Influence upon tbe country in two ways.
nrst, it wouia Driog tbe patrtotio masses or the
North to a vivid realization of the. fact, that,
in fighting for tbe maintenance of tbe Govern
ment, tbey are not subjecting their own necks
to a clerical and social despotism more degrad
ing and galling than any other form of absolute
power. Secondly, this Impartial justice, this
stern determination to vindicate the Constitu
tion, and tbe constituted authorities, on every
side, would go forth with our armies, giving
moral power and persuasive force to every bat
tle and every victory. We commend this policy
to the earnest attention of the Government.
When the war is over and the country saved,
we can discuss the constitutionality of this
course more leisurely. Meanwhile, let the supreme
law of tbe publio safety be executed
wftb equal vigor ana impartiality.
Secretary Seward's Letter to Lord
Lyons—Sharp Criticism.
.
The New York Tribune makes tbe follow in it
comments upon Secretary Seward's dispatch:
. "And now a word as to arbitrary arrests with
out tbe privilege ol nabtat corput: While we
unqualifiedly athrm ana npbold the right of tbe
President to make them in a crisis like the
present, and deny the right of any foreign min
ister to impede or emoarraas nis exeroiae 01 cia
right, we must again inaist tbat suoh exercise
shall be confined to oases wherein tb neoessity
is imperative and palpable. And we are com
pletely devoid of evidence tbat a state of things
exists, or has existed, in thia city or State,
which justifies any departure from the sale and
regular forms of complaint, arrest, arraignment,
security for appearance and trial. Why should
Mr. Patrick bave been sent to fort L.aiajettei
Will some one endeavor to tell ns? It was
nerfectly right to arreet him: but why not send
him belore the regular tribunals of justice, and
deal with him according to law., We know
tbat this would not answer in Kentucky or Ma
ryland; bat why not bereT Are not our iudeei
and prosecutors loyal t Would not our juries
convict of treason on due evidence 1 Aud
they would, are we not unjustly reflected upon
by grabbing suspected traitors from among
and abutting tbem np in an island fortress Im
pervious to writs of habett etrput? And why
has no one of tbe hundred-and odd suspeots
sent to roit JLaiayeite ever been aubieotedto
Indiotmcnt end trial? If there is any sort
answer to tbes questions, why will Dot some
one favor ns wita ht" , , ...,,. ,vl
; D" It is stated that President Lincoln say
be mast either remove Gen. Fremont or suffer
a dissolution of his Cabinet. jrcAi7e. v
Aad he must save tbe Cabinet by all means.
Suoh another oould not be collected even by aa
ambidextrous Prtipiato- Stick to tb Cabl-
nnt.wCia: Commercial. ' .v.-j'i w.u
1 0
The November Elections.
lions will beheld, vli I'e Bute officers tod
Legislature ia New Yorkv for Governor and
Legislature Iq Wiseonsin, Legislatore In New
Jersey, and Governor and Legislature In
Hassachuiett. IaNowvYork the eootest Is
between the Union or People' 'party -trod the
Democracy, save 01 tbe Canal Commissioner,
Where tbe Renabl loane ran a aanarato minHI.
date. . For this office there will: ih-fm-. ha
triangular fluht. between the Demoarate R.
publican and to called Uoioo men. ' Toe
friends of the Union party movement expect 'to
Jarry the State by 100,000 ansjorlty, and will
hardly eontider it a tnceese If It falls below that
figure. Since tbe astonUhlog revolution of
sentiment ia Pennsylvania, some of tbe oppo
nents of Democracy to New York are becoming
little nervous about tbe result, and will to
cept a mucb less mj;rity than they would
month ago.
In Wisconsin a Uubw Convention was 'first
held, and a mixed ticket for State officers nom
inated, th Republican trettina tha Omwihu
The Republicans then held a Convention and
adopted tbe Union ticket, except the Democrat
upon U. Tbey repudiated them and filled tbeir
piaoes with Republicans. Tbe Democrats then
held a Convention aed nominated a atraleht
ticket all through. The Rennhllrtn ilot .in
probable be elected.
In Hew Jersey tbe contest is betweed tbe
Uaion pirty and the Damoorae fo tha I.al.
lature sod tbe county offices.- From1 the Indl
callous we should not be surprised to see New
Jersey follow tbe example of her neighbor,
rennsylvanla, and give a sweeping Democratic
success.
Id AlieiacbujeUt tbe Republicans have not
merged their organization into the Union move
ment, although they bave put one or two men
who bave heretofore been Democrat on tha
State ticket. The gallant band of Democrats,
as usual, have a straight ticket in the field, and
will aim to give it a reepeotable vote even in
Abolition ridden Massachusetts. -
in Illinois an eleetion is to be held toe dele
gates to a Constitutional Convention to adopt
a new fundamental law for the State. Whether
party lines will be observed in the election, we
are not advised. Cm. Eng.
Important Order—The Administration
on the Negro Question.
The following order was sent out with the
commanders of the forces accompaoTios tbe
Naval Expedition:
WAR DEPARTMENT,Oct. 14. 1861.
Sir. In conducting military onerationa with
in States declared by the proclamation of tbe
President to be in a state of insurrection, you
will govern jourself, so far at cereona held to
service under the laws of suoh States are oon
cerned, by tbe principles of the letters ad
dressed by ma to Maior-General Butler on tha
dutn 01 may and tbe dth of August, copies of
wuiku aio ueruwitu luruiauea 10 JOU. AS Spe
cial directions adapted to special circumstances
cannot be given, much must be referred to
your own discretion, as Commandinz General
of the expedition. Yon will, however, in gen
eral avail yourself of the services of any per
sons, whether fugitives from labor or not, who
may oner tbem to tbe .National Government:
you will employ such persons in suoh services
aa tbey may be fitted for, either as ordinary
employees, or, If special circumstances seem to
requite it, in any other capaoitv. with such or
ganization, in squads, companies or otherwise,
as you may deem most beneficial to tbe service.
This, however, not to mean a general armies'
of tbem for military service. You will assure
all lojal masters that Consress will provide
just compensation to them lor tbe loes of the
services 0: tbe persons so employed. It is be
lieved that the course thus indicated will best
secure the substantial rights of loyal masters,
ana tnr benefits to the United States of th
servloes of all disposed to support the Govern
ment, while it avoids til interference with the
social systems of local institutions of every
State, bejond tbat whioh insurrection makes
unavoidable, and which a restoration of neace
ful relations to the Union, under tbe Constitu
tion, will remove.
SIMON CAMERON. Secretary of War.
Brigadier-General T. W. Sherman, commanding
expedition to the Southern coast.
Times.
Tbe following is from tbe London Timet of
the 7th inet.:
To ths Editor or the London Tims
Sir: A friend has called my attention to the re
port in the Timet of the 3d inst. of a lecture on
"The Civil War In America," by Mr.W. S.
Forster, M. P., in whioh appears the following,
viz.: "Mr. Forster gave several quotations from
Southern r-peechea and writings confirmatory of
01a intention; among others, tbe speech of Mr.
1 ancey, one 01 tne soutbern Commiaeionera to
England, wbo, in lapportine his motion for the
revival of the slave trade in the Southern Con
vention in Alabama, asked, aa the great griev
ance of the South, 'What became of our equal
ity with tbe North, when the law was passed
tnatsaid: You of the South shall not import
negroes from Africa, thoueb von of tbe North
may import jackasses from Malta.' "
As my opinions are deemed to be of sufficient
importance to be quoted by Mr. Forster, it is
proper tbat they should be correctly stated. I
bave never made a "motion for the revival ot
tbe slave trade." Tbe faot to whioh Mr.
Forster alludes are these r Ia the Southern
Commercial Convention of May, 1858, Mr.
Spratt introduced resolutions to revive the slave
trade. I offered a substitute, simply declaring
the Federal laws pnniehlng the trade as piracy
to be unconstitutional, my resolutions being
baaed upon the view tbat the Federal Congress
had no right to regulate slavery In any way,
and oould only legislate to protect it; but that
the States had the right to prohibit and punish,
or encourage tbe trade, as each saw proper.
1 : xonrs, etc.,
W. L. YANCEY.
PARIS, Oct. 4.
The Creek Indians and the Rebels.
Tbe Creek Indiana are not going over en
maoae to the rebel aide, as expected. A' cor
respondent of Albirt Pike, the chief tempter of
the red warriors, writes that those opposing an
ion with the Southern Confederacy are about
attacking the party that have espoused its
cause. Tbe Fort Smith Herald also says: .
Hopotbleholylo, one of the chief leaders of
the old Creek party. It at tbe head of 1.700
men, uear the Creek agency, in arms aeainst
the Sonth. They have ordered the Confederate
nag to be taken down, which was raised by Mo
Intoah's Regiment, and tbe "Stars and Stripes"
substituted in its place. Gen. MeCullocb, to
repei ana orusn mis outbreak at once, has or
aerea i.iuu ubetokees, bUU Osares. 1.00
Greeks, and a battalion of Col. Cooper' Regi
ment, to march upon them at once. Major
isiarge uas oeen actively engaged lor tbe past
two day fitting out the expedition. Colonel
hooper will assume command or tb forces.
Enemies are still larking In our midst, and too
much vigilance cannot be used to crush out
these foes that spring np so unexpectedly on our
frontier. -. . :-. i.
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Vork who hivetu.1 iliKir I,.,. . "
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Inviorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M tiaa In his nr.aoaaa.it ne 1... ... . .
- --- i .u re.rai lunumeraMC testiryiij
to the abuve facta, from persona or Uie highest rawtr
billty. It will eUectually prevent the hair from turnip
anbl tbe latest period oi Hie; and in oaus where the tiTTr
haa already changod itsoolor, Uie use of the luvi.orauT
wrllwiUioerUinty restore it to it to its uriif'nai t,ut ..,.
Ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet and a liair Restorative it la particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; UJ tbe areai ia
eilitiet it affords in d renin j the hair, wh.ch, when moi.i
with the lnvlgorator, can be droned in any required
form so as to preserve Its place, whether pbinior in curie
hence the great demand lot it by the ladiee aa a staudaid
toiletsniolo which none oUjht to be wllhouuas the nrlra
place it within th reach of all, being
Only Tweuty-Five Ceata
perbottls, toU had at ai, iwpecUblj Druggist tod
L. MILLSR would call the atteationof Parents and
Quardian to the use o( his Invigor.tor, m caajs ihT.c
the children' hair incline to be weak. The ui, ,i
lays th foundation for a yoodhtad of hair, tt It.
mo,n'J'"'t "t y have become' connect
with the scalp, th removal of which Is neoeaaara tJu.
for th. health of th child, aad the future aplnw of
MILLKB beiug on the outer wrapper: al.o L Mi,
LBK'S HAIR INViU.iltaT.ln v ..,,'-.Ma
gllM. ' """""OIL
rtrooietai vepol, as Dey street, and toll h. ,ti ty.
priuoipal UerchauU and DruKgisu throughout the worhi
Liuarai disco nut to purchasers by the quauUty. '
I also desire to present to the American Publio my
SEW AHD IMPROVED rjfBTAJTTASKOri
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
S5SJRS4A
wvv we aej atauii aU
, raiivb, uiMur 80 CENTS.
Depot, 56 Dey St, New Fork
ooti:dwl. :,
BUtBOUS FLOWEB ROOTS.
1 . Just received from flulland. a ease of ' '
Dutch Flower Roots,
Oomlsttngof
HYACINTHS,
tulips, .' "v.
t-. ', ' NARCISSUS,
' V t'- ' " '. : AND CROCUS.
Wsll assorted, and in prime condition. . '
Now It the time for planting. ..
Apply toon at tht Oolumbut ffariery. ,.
BATEHAM, HANFORD & CO.
laaies' Iinea Pocket-Handk'rs.
nenneDBTITCHEOLINEAllIANlf :
kerchlera. very wide btms.
abretdered Line Haadk'i all price. -lieauaed
Stllebedaad plain do, Aa I.
--a- 1 da . da oolored bonfera.
Ifournln da ' " black border!
i do do new style croessUtcted.
'. PlnaAmlads - - twir eastern.
A ' ..I Dm.l) Lt,,n, 1 J. .1, !
' Comprising fie saott select aasortaent In the efty snd
at Miweei pnoee. f ! - sun aa mun, -
J,. I tbktl no 89 South lligh Street.; -

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