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DULY, TEI-WEIXIY AND WEEKLY
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MANYPENNY c MILLER,
roaiiSHJBI AID PBOPBUT0B8,
D" Offle Rot. 88, 88 and 40, Horth High tt
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iaruis of tArertUlnK hy ttaa Square
0u- - 1taontlit 18 00
On ) S vmIc. ,4 00
On 1 weaki.. i nn
6 mODtln is (in
On " 1 wank... i m
S montbl 10 00
rK UionlUl 6 00
On " Sdtyi... 100
On r' . djn... , 7S
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Alt traiijMf adwrtUmmtt mml to txtid for la
FITJB & CHITTENDEN,
Boa. . B. Payn. ClweUnd, 6.
nort-flm Uuntr L"!"r, 0.
A.ttorney r and Counsollor:at Law
VKUtaof fnlonVKiolUhlaVnt,lf.Y.,) "
II tb TWlOM
t daaa la th but
L.OIM' Mil GMMn.'.D.I. !P
; fo. 178 MorthHigi 8tree-
COLUMBUS, OH K1
PMMDnnnlrl tin .11 . . .. . . fnr Uf
of th hs.Y- wa nigfii
1AB tTNIOff DEPOT, v
OOLUMBUS, OH 1 6 V
Y'xONK D0LLAB PZK I)0'
Attorney at Xja
AND NOTARY. PUBLIC
OJBot-Amboi Buildlnc ,. Oppoilt Oapltol Square. !
' " 1 OOLUMBUS, 0H.0J
Attorney & Counsellor, at La,
M. C. LILLEY '' tf
1300IS., : 33XKTIILIH
And Blank-Book Manufanturer,
0BTH HIQH ITBI3T, COLUMBUS, OHIO
Birji-dljr . . . , . i
llSSu. tt. -u 5c7V?ver Bain' Store.
m 'a.!! n ...
in nriT nwD r "
Corner rfprlnjr ik Water 8U.,
W. B. POTTS CO.,
ind Mannraotaren of Bran and Oompotitlon OmUdo
finished Brass Work of all Descrtpujpns.
Electro Plating and
8TENCIL CUTTING, &C.
rehim-dly . .
Colnmhs Wholesale Lienor Store
lacelle: Rosri CO., '
IMPOBTKBS AND DIAIXB IK
Foreign aidI)ome8tieWiiie, Brandies,
C. AC; . ALSO, . ar. fi .,'
OLD RYft MONONOAHEtA1 A BOURBON
CARinOCBB ADD Officii, 224 SOUTH HIGH ST.
im H rvMSTIFAIIY?
I jia ma iiia iim isirivn
UOOKSSOB TO McKIS BIHBTIJIAUXJ
. 106. ' South High Street,
' DlitEB Iff V
foreign and Domestic Fruits,
vf LOU ,.B AlLI(lilP38,'E.IC.
RfVAT ATTA TTA-nTnmTAtT titt
Tho Iateit-rTa largeit-Tha Beit,
1 Th Cheapest Became the Best,
moat IleUaWi ktandard Aa
tborltf Ine Englltn lanmK:
8i Kundrtd Eminent Blucatort of Ohio,
"THi BEST EN0LIB1T DIOTIONABT IITANT.'
. - Tr Mi Betnwfur.
wnpie muiUfarloaameaniM anddwtnUon tnth.
..i. , -wMiufl" wiv anif kugni wMrauiflr
with Uii, eorwot fplllnSr.nd Dronuni.UDnVM7;i;
Mt before ih y
,n..: .. j . , . . . . ;
Rtad ttoVtcUhmt of tho Iftmiir. , M,' (pAo
Th vndori fgned, memtan of th Ohio Stat Teach'
--uvi.uuu, auopi ana aim toualn uhin. writin.
JI.ii. ,. -v.ivuai;. milA WT3 KIUVl UVf"
thnVit..rVk. u . U1 ,B0,, MIB itandard an
noity of to JtnglUh language, a It la sow written and
LoaiM Airram. PraiMimi n.nu.
J,1--7MTT. 8oprlntendeiit ZueirTll SohooiiJ
tt . Bop i u union union Bcbooli.
M. f . Oowdbit, Snp't Pnbll Behoola, Bandnikj.
S. bl. BiKroan, Ptlneipai Cleraland Female Berolna-
Wtf . MlTrravr f. Hnn'l D.. 1. 11. d .1 1. In
JOB. OflDKM. Prlne I nil llm Mnnn.i ani 1 ui .
ggj "I l.inwwHNII UVUVHI, JHIUUV
OjJHiMnolual fourth Intermediate School,
IJ. B. MaTur,Sap't Oanlen Union tchoola. i
Jnwm Bmal, Principal McNeely Normal School.
Si Ti,rV"' Mathematloa, Ohio Unlwrelty.
tt M . w Edward.. Rnnft Tm, TTniAn Hv,ni
A G. HimilM. PrtnfllnAl Wnaft m..V, D1 1 11.
B. A. ITohtoh. AmnrUIVtnrUf m.hlUi1 1
. F . ...BU WIUTO
Principal Bl;h School, Clot
land. It' Z. j-; -
. I. DoaiaToa, Principal Olereland Initltot.
J. A. CUaruLD, Prettdent of KleetlalmUtnta. HI.
ram. . . .. u n . . x . ! : . .
Unlrer.lt. ' " """"
TT . lj. Hill., fmf. nf AVI. TO l.
nv UaamT, Ia-0Bmualonr of Common School,
onlo. '. , ( . . , -t
tUaai Kotraoi. Prof. Bhetnrtfl. fiv-riin nK-
Taoj. Hin, Prwident Antloek Oolleite - -.
School, Da, ton. ' u.go
Ua TT . II. I) A-OTar-, VmI M . Vt, ai
Btr O.i GftntfllAnaiff ( Vmt. I.aun.M. TTI-V aiLua
nw4AaT aMaaHaaaaiiva auifju, faouwif
M. Balin, Bnp't Union School. Aahland.
fj rTor, WAoti ami JHtOnffuitfud Xduooy
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES If OHIO
an honor to the mother, th pnblUheri, and tb whole
v.uuj. rniiaeni Anorewt. '
Ohio Wmm nitTmrrr Tt .Mt. mcrrr...
. . 41 wul m ui oruogrepny and pronnn
ciauon,ana nil often h contnlted bjme for It seat
ana auroral aennltion.n-PrNidenl Thorn peon.
ytl B. Boutono Ooixaoi. "Heretofore w hat Med
Wtbater'i orthography. At a recent meeting of oar
Faculty, It waa decided to chanre It to conform to that
of Woroeetei'a Boyal Quarto Blotionary." Preildent
Wimaa Karcan Ooluu "T find It wnrlhw r
"'"' r'pi'Jimugii.' rraeiaeni tiiicnooca. . -.
OnaLT flnllMni i-Tf nam mwf. ...
tiona. I reoomnMnd It a th atandard aathorltrin
rthoODT tfl AhiMrM, .nrl tn ntinll. ! DmIt1..4
Morgan: .... r'"r.,":' T"7 .TV
Aatloow Oou..-'I .rlnnt unt .Ira to BM In Mj,h
ioa, writina and ipeaklnr. the orlhovraDhT and nranttn.
elaUoB of Woroeeter' Moral Qoarto DicUonarv."
Prealdent Bill. .
"In all rnr wrltlna. aneaklii.. anrl tu-.hln.. T h. n.
deavored to conform to the' rule for orthography and
pronunciation u contained in Wreftr'aIiotlonary.'
Horace Masa.lata Preiidont. , ; t
Xnrroa OoLuaa. G ami in. 'T mo it eonHallv 'neom.
moo Keith meet reliable itaadard authority of th
nitliah language aa it to now written and ipoken."
Pieildent Andrew. , u-. ,....
SCHOOL-fTOMMfsainwp.RS op nmn:
. Anton Smvtk, OomnUrionor of Common
I ScAoott OA40.
"Th Dletlori.r. I. in ImTMrUriAhl. mrmntnimt tn ilui
teafnina and Indnalrvaf It. anthnr. and .n honor tn th.
world of lettcri. Ih mechanical execution lafariup.
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I an ac
quainted." i ,- ' ' ', ' ; I
Vpm Son. B. B. Barntv- Xa-Cbmmttttontr of
i ScXooU in Ohio. ,
"The, moit reliable itandard authority of th har
gnag.'' .... .:, .'
j.:.-.' J'aniaif tn ,r.'!?
Lisadina JTewepopem of Ohio Say.
). rota (A 6T!dnl Betali oj Marc !.'
f ha orthography of th rToroetrter Dictionary if that
need by moet. If not all, author of distinction In thii
oeqntry and Bngiand, and oonformi to the general usage
Of ordinary writer ana ipeuer.
Whatever prejudloei may bar exiited prevlonjly, a
careful itudy of this volume will Inrariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a deilre
to add It to the well selected library, be it large or small,
It fc a library tntteelf, and will remain aa imperisha
ble record of the learning of Its compiler.
from th (XnotnnaU Oommeroial of April SO.
Her are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indlfferena who maltlfarloas meaninga and
derivations, togelbarwlUi their eorreel spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before th eye. The work if
nntoestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Wordc
Tr published. f , , ,
Mrom th ClvUm& PktindtaUr oStpt. 40, I860.
Irldently Woaorrrsa'i Botal Qoarto Dlononiat it
not only iht latt, bvtUutwrt wort of th kind teer t
mud ,and can by no possibility suffer by comparison r
oontrorerty. ,' " . ,
' .'.,'.iyom th7btioSladqf Jfiiy99. . . i
A to ntortmiciATTOM," rfoacnTiR It TBI Stahia.d
followed by our best authors; in definitions he loarei
aotblrnr to be desired, and in OaraooKAniT it is luff dent
to say diet WuKnarraa oan be safely followed. ' (
j l--yi':uiaan bbaoo.'. ' ' u
jPabllahera, Bookaellera tc Stationer,
NO. 191 BUTiaiOK 8T OLBVBLAKD, OHIO. ,
nui9 j ,.1.... -;: i-.--.it..;. )
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
L1EE INSURANCE -COMPANY,
- . . .-Of '. ;.
i i -
Dlvldena, Janitarr li l88l 49 f Cewt.
1 1 Itatement Jannarr
1 1801 -
BaUnee, per itatement Jan. lit, I860.
HjitmIvmI fnr Premlojne dur
lnar the year mo a7s,u3
&eoeired for Interest during
the year I860 . .f
y " ,. ; ,.
Total recslntl' fot 1800.... S9T7.6tJ7 74 . ' . ' ' V ,
Paid Claims by Death,i7,050 00 , , v ;. ..,,,
PaidFollcles wrren- . , v , v. K..
' dtred 41,111 2
Paid Salaries, Post--.;
age, Taxes, jbz-
ehanee.eto....... 31,680 54
Pali Oomnisslon to
Agents ,. oi,jaiw - i
Pali Physicians' (ew.. W 5 . '.... ,
Paid Annuities. 1,517 00 ,
Paid Dlrldends dur-
lng tb year ...iw,auu 7 m,uvi u fii,77B 14
. . ' ' 'in . .
Vt BaUnoe,4anuary Vi, 1801.... ...... ,8U,8 50
flash On- hanfl.'.-V'.
UaiwIi .nd MiifinfM fit Hear
oa Beat . .
iUa th i i- vf.
Katatav wortn.aoau u .- -.-.
amount loaned........... SJ27341 68 .
Premium Hoto, on Pollotea ;tI ),.,,,, jtJi,
enk interest............ ,l,Jr7,BG4 17 t, j.
BMS-Bltata .nMt Vt it ,
LoansonBerlp...."...... , j iywi .44,..
Premiumi.NoteiaSdOalll.la .,, . . . ,. .
coane oi transnusion-... . ww a .
...... t... M..
,.M. X8IS.SS( SO
TJTll folWei In fow.fararlnj; . ,...8a,42Bt(38
1,43) nw riKU have been issued danng the year.
After a Mrefal oaloalatloa of the present rain of th
outstanding Volioieiefth Company, and baring tb
nioumry amount In reserve iherefor, th Dlreotors
hav dee land a Prvtixm of 45 per erat. on the Preml
omepeldarifce table rates, to all policies for life In force.
Issued prior to January 1 ltHM, payable aeoordbg to the
present lulior me uompany.- -
Bates far 'all kinds of Lite Contingencies,
ase.BIlment, and A
lieatlons, will b furnished
o or Agencies of the Com-
wiTaooT maaoa, at th
K0BT.I. TATTIBSOtr, President.
ij. o. eHuvjts, vie president. .
llrTl, O. MlLLKrU BeoreUry.
si. aa. assiissswii, mi,
..5,.-( ,J Ala.
4 Johnson Block,"
a Oulunbos, 0.
PIaAIH AKTD riOtJKEIi BLACK
SBI8B SIXES, of tverr grade. Tb most select
Mtortmrnt U ui civ, and at meat reaeoimw rat., . ,
. . - - - B AIM A BON,
1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement---Time
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
OonneoUngatOrestllD with th PITTSBURGH, fT
; WATK1 a OniOAQO BAILIIOAD : ." ..
r vwrg, rnucuutpMa ami BaWmori. ' AUo
j t.i .. foriort Waymand Chicago,'. ':,
Oonneotlng at Olereland with th LA KB SHOBI BAIL
! TWd TBALNS DAILY,
BX0BPT SUNDAY, 1 " - .';
from Columbus, In oonneotlon with Train! on th
ST ran m n .
I ,.' fIBST TEA IN. -
r.ll riT, "i V an, IUD ai
Cardington, Oilead, O.llon, and at all elation
0:05 P.M.. Alton. n'-it'I
. . . m. vuuun ...u i-. m H.i n in
J. JO P.M.
M., New York IS M.,Boatva
SICOKB TBAIN. "
M i Will l.f "XP"a-Iat6s Columbus at 3:13 P.
RnVh iJ ' n' ,P,IJi!8' all sutlons. Greenwich,
a&i!!H. Bo, statlona!
nal. Arrlviat O tZtX&XTW!. L."SP ! '
1 - arvarvM MI4V Ai B,
'' ', V'; i. (J0NN10TI0N8. -
AtOrestllfi. wlHi phmwv . ir .....
RallroAd f. p ...i.T.-L""", SS'':. "n" na yntcago
Aieo foi Tchtea;;.- """""P"' nlmore.
r 'j?' w MaaBaky. Mansfield snd Newark Bail-
Toi-i. . " aanroaa lor
- vu vasjui
Patent 81eeping Cars are run v on all
; t .Sight atains to Chicago, New
I io t " Aur ana uoston.
f fa iTfetv
7r! ' -wuupnui ana
ITTTD Kit P I
tilth t Ixsrea irrir. At rint.TT '
A lb IT'
Cincinnati liprewarrtrei at OoIutV .
,.1:30 A. M.
it 1:3(1 P. M.
Fare aa tLow aa by anrotjuer Koute.
I Akfor tickrt via CfeBtline or cindand,
1. 8. PLINT,
. .. .. A.. , Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio. '
, ; JAMES PATT1BS0K, Agent,
Oolumbui, Not 10, 1861..
, GUERNSEY'S BALM
REHIOVES AND PKEVKNTS IN
nammation and n.in. .
M. bmiae, cut ,o, fre woTi , UnTpreveTu
swelling and pain from be sting., mosquito bites! and
poisonooa alanta, neuralgia, rhoujnatlim, ago. li the
breait, salt rheum, etc. When taken internally. It will
P0S3TelfKe",r,c'f)np children, and glvoTtaiedUli
7Z. TT. icmoi oomphdnti also,
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Prioe. a m.ua
gists and Storekeepers. . IBV1N STONB. .
oottdAwiito Trop 8prace iHow Yo'k :
No real fustic can ha (f Ansa hsa al..-. n
S rbSr P.roiUKrtn(f rdUvVSle-A
dJ?U,J;"l1rJr,1, b9nt bTProprlotor
.fffhf'-.fiT!." ? Trl'a "les aenl t. ihy
eiaas, who will find development in both worthy thrti
aooeptaoc and approval. w
uorrasponaenee solicited from all whos necessities or
utility prompts to a trial of th. i,r. n.i.i. u...
vtrywhere.bT ,he.:n",", who!M,e n retail dealer
JIW I.. nUNNEVELL, Proprleto
. umimibt anu ryAxnAcrtrnsT,
: No. 9 Commareial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Boberts k Samuel. N. n. M,mi. t -d i.v t i
Denig, O. Denis A Sons, A. J. 8chusller8on'Ajents
tor Columbus, Ohio. . . . m.i.di.
The Beat Artificial Iloln to tho
I Human ftlg-tat aver lnwented. - -
JOSEPH S. PEKIBT, .
PRACTICAL ft SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN.
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
ment of the most lmnrared kind, nl Rtuvui...
All his Cissies, whether for near or far-sighted, are
ground in concavo convex form with the greatest care,
so as to suit th lye of all cases, curing Weakness
Pisalness or Inflammation of the Kvei. and Imn.riin.
strength for long reading or fin sewing.
umoe, 13 jtait Bute street, at Seltxer ft Webster's
J. M. & V. KCERfJERa
: - No OQ,-
Corner of Broad & Front Streets, .
) FOREIGN St. DOMESTIC FRUITS,
PI0TO, SALl1; iliaUOESr- ETC;
, OYBT1B8 BY TH OAN IN THBIB B1AS0N. '
ctS-dly - .' ' - - - 1 -
i i-:.i ,.i . - -- ,-jZ..r.. .: 7 .i-,
AUCTION ; AND .COMMISSION
0 O IMC
Tlift BltBStltlBFR HATIMG TAKEN
a tease oa th Btor Boom - - 1
hai i Opened Uuan. i.iir ,-t.l ,,tn'!f.:
He is now prepared to reeelr an Commission every
desorlption f prope,tr, such as Dry Goodi, Orooerles,
Liquors, furniture. Carriages, tiorses. eto. - Be also
Intends to derate hi aitentloK.enalee of Has! Xstaw
and Personal Property, M any point, within twenty miles
of Ih city. ...-":.
v Ati'CUoiSalos Eyery Evening"
OonilgnaieBt rerpectfallyj Mlfotted.' v ,
w. s. SJuix, Auctioneer.
Cranberries I - Cranberries !
OU OBDH a, on sonslgnnwnt. .
for ! tow by
-. n v-.l . MAI
1862. 1862. EAST.
1862. 1862. EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
, l 00NNB0TINO AT PIITSBOBaH WITH TDB
Pennsylvania Central -Railroad
'- Offia TM r '. .
h.i'f.tI.?.acke, an Moat Dealra.
iu nia caaiern Ultlo.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
, ru rraoBiKvaLa.
.... rAT Lira.
3:10 P.M. 4:00 A. Ui 8:45 P. M
4:00 A. M.
AiaiTS AT SSLLAIKB
10:40 A. M.
ASKIVB AT WTTIBDaoB
8:45 A.M. 4:10 P.M. 10:30 P.M.
AMttvi at nminicM
1:00 P.M. 3.10A.M. 8:15 A.M.
AtltVI AT BALTTMoaa '
asaiva at rHJUDtirnu.
5S0P.M.. 7:40A.M. 1:50P.M.
3:10 A. M.
n. . H1"' AttSKTOWa.ll.V.
11:00 A.M. 11:50 P.M. 11:00A.M. SiSOP.-M.
.10:15 P. M. 1:45 P.M.
1:45 P. M.
Psstenters by this line inuh n'vtv i. .., .
any Northern reulo. """"
8:45 P. M. train (a th ni. ... . t .
tbis hour, by which passengers can reach Baltimore or
phia or New York before dark.'
nMuiuiwn um IQllOWin. av. .nil .TriM I. IJhlt.J.i
ICrSleepIng can on all night trains.
The Only Itonte from riiam)i
Baltimore, Ptniadelniua or
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Ibis train alaa connect! at Rellir. lit. th. n.ni
and Ohio Bailroad.
TTTThls route Is 30 MILES HTTOHTKH b, Put aKn ferrt
mi more -than 100 MILES BI10KTKR to New York,
thfin Nnrthart. IUa. 1
' ST Baggage Checked Through to all Im
portant point East.
ID Aek for Tlckat via Bcllaire or Sten-
W Tiokets'Good over either Route.
i ' - . JOHN W. BBOWN,
, . , General Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. E.
i , , . . 1BA HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket AgentSteubenvlUe Short Line.
Columbus, Deo. 84, 18C1. ,
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapolis!
Through to Iudiauapolis without Change of Cars,
j and but One Change of Cars between
: ' . Columbus and St. Louis.
On and. After Monday, November
Four Trains "Daily from Columbus.
If IOHS XXPBKS9. i. Ti.tn. ..'o
at London, Xenia, vay wn, Jiiddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.,- nanDton at
u.uui. wuiKuoiat vincmnauior Aiomsville, vln
cennes, St. Louis, and all points Southwest; arrlvlnr
at at. Jiouts at 11:30. p. m.; connecting at Dayton for
xnaianapons, uirsyette, Terra Haute, Chicago, and all
fvii.i. ... MTiviugat Anuiaoapotia at iu:fua.m.'
':""'.. ,' ". SECOND TRAIN. . .
uommous, uincuinail ana Vayton, ar
riving at Clneiunatl at MS3 a. m.,and at Dayton at
5. : connectiaj; at Cincinnati with Mall Line
8teambo.t. fnr Tim In. n. i ., r. . .
- : ,..,iivwii iwr AuuiaDip-
olis and th Weit. -
: .. THIRD TRAIN.
KXPREflfl .1 l Mn. m. .t.n.t.. .A T
don, Charleston, Xesla, Corwin, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
Poster's, Loveland and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati
at B:4A n. m .. Ilavfnn a . M . . .-u -. n .
with the Ohi and Miulssippl Train for Louisville, Tin-
muv. u. .w., .io., arnvmg ai -oi. Aouts at
10:43 a. m.; connecUng at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, Terra Uaute, Chicago and aU points West.
It for further Infnnn.Hnn .n1 TtiMn.K Pliytm
spply to M. L. DOIIKttlY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
P. W. BTBADBB,
general Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. .
JNO. W. DOBIBTf,
" . B. W. WOODWABD,
Oolumbui, Nov. 10, 1861.
WtLttAM- H RESTIEAUX,
' - BEAIXB IN
Groceries, - v 1
: J : Produce,;1
; ";;',; V."',. 'jlLl-j Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, '
d-.j r-Fruita, eto. eto.,- -.
! . HAS BIMOTXD HIS 8TOBB 1B0M t.
NO, 34, NORTH H GH STREET,
r -..;;. r:
;. No. ,10f3, '.South High Street,1; .
Tb old stand recently occupied by.WMVMoDONALD
( Be Is In dally rsoelpt of - ' ',
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
Which he wUI Mir" "l"1 '
Ckeap for Cash, or Conntrf rrodnce.
O floods delivered to City trad Tree of charge.XII
William . jlV CH11
j VOLliSHBKB, OIllOl - -
BBAUl 01 ,
( NAILS, OLASS, BASH, UTfT, 00BDAG1,,
una, Platola, 'wooa Willow tfan
.ashctanl Babber Belting, I ao Leather, Ho and
Mng.-j - ffi r .- ,- ' bl-dly
H f AfiTESB at THREAD LACK tfllTTS
iVl. of aleirant qaUttM.(ot Ladiei also, Mlasea' Mitti
-T -' " -1
THAT HAS '
. 1 ti
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And irswi mora and wore popular
1 ' ' -i every day I :- - -
ana testimonials, new, ana almost without number
uiguv u jutju iron, imurcs ana gentlemen In all grade,
?w !SUt?' J110?? nletlmony non ecu id fesist
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I ' . Battle Creek, Kioh.i Dm, ilsl. 1B58,
y?0?VbM wlItJ), acoepta lln to Inform
thee that Che hair n my head all fell oil over twenty
VMM .... A . U A h. . MiallubJ -. .. .
. 7 '. T viuF,Biiw minora aisease, at
tended with aa eruption on the bead. A continual
tours of suffering through lift having reduced me to a
state 01 uepenaenoe, 1 bay not been able to obtain stuff
ir Hiuurr nar. a oeen erne to do them up. In eon
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old. Thl Induced m U pay Brlggi At Modge almost
v i vi.u a iwi uu wu tor a two ooiiar botti of thy
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' r, ,T1,i ?!"'-? V . S"MNAIJ KIBBT.
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, fob. 3th, 1H6D. .
Paor. O. J. Wooot Dtar Btriln th Utter part of
the year 1858. while attending the Stat and National
Law School of the Sat ol New York, mv hair. in. .
cause unknown to me, commenced Calling off very rap
idly, so that m th short spec of six months, th whole
upper pan el my scalp was almost entirely bereft of It
ooverlng, and much of th remaining portion upon the
lite and baek part of my bead shortly after became gray,
so that yoa will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to the Stat of Indiana, my mora casual
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oauss of th ehang in my appearance, aa my more intl
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' at one made application to th most skillful physi
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to bscom reeonoiled to my fata, until, fortunately. In
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rich coat of vry soft black hair, which
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th production of so wonderful an arttole. I h.ra
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Attorney and Oounsellor at Law.
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THE CASE OF MASON AND SLIDELL.
SEWARD TO MR
DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30, 1861.
Ckarltt Francu Adami, Eiq,, tle.t
Sir: Your confidential note, nf th. ir.ti.
November, oot marked as a disnatnh. ha. h.n
submitted to the Prealdent, and I hasten to re
ply to It Id time for Widuesdaj'i mall.
No' Minister ever anoka or antrl mr l.if.
lo a criiiS which excited deep public solicitude
than vou did on the occasion of the Lord May
or's dinner. Wears impressed Tory favorably
by Lord Palmarston's conreMation with you.
You spoke the simple faot when joo told him
that the life of this insurreotion (a lustaiBed by
Iti hopes of recognition in Great Britain and in
France. It would perish in ninety days if those
hopes should eeaie. I have never for a mo
ment believed that such a recognition could take
place without nroducinir immediatnlr a w. k.
iweeu ido uuuea outes and all the recognising
powers. I have not auorjoaad it nna.thU th.t
tbf British Government could fall to see this:
uu sawo unie i nave sincerely believed
the Britith Government mint, in it. inmn.i
heart, be as averse from such a war as I know
this Government is.
I am sure luat this Government haa narf,ill.
avoided giving any cause of offense or irritation
to ureav swain, iiut It has aeemad to me that
the British Government has been inattentive to
tho currents that seemed to ba brlnoi ns thai tmt
countries into collision a
I Inler from Lord PalmersUin'a
the British Government is now awake to the Im
portance of averting possible conflict, and dia-
puicu vu turner ana aoi wttn Hmutnu. tn th.t
end. If so, we are disposed to meet them lo the
same spirit, as a nation chiefly of British line
age, seutimcnts and sympathies a oivilized and
Humane sauon, a ishrlsliau people
Since tbat conversation waa bald CaDtaln
urni I- .i . . . . . r
" uaca, m mo aieamer oan Jacinto, nas board
ed a Brltlih colonial steamer and t.k.n fmn.
her deck two Insurgents who were proceeding to
Europe on an errand of treason against their
own country. . This is a new incident, unknown
to and unforeseen, at leaat In itsoironmsiances,
by Lord PalmaratM. It la to be met and dis
posed of by the two Governments, if possible,
a me spirit iq wnicn a nave adverted. Lord
Lyons bai prudently refrained from opening the
subject to me, as I presume waiting Instructions
irom oome. vr e nave aone nothing- an tha anh.
ject to anticipate the discussion; and we have
out AjKuuueu juii wuu any explanations. . we
adhere to that course now, became we think it
more pruaent taat the ground taken by the
British Government should first be made known
to us here; and that the discussion, if there
must be one, shall be bad here, It is proper,
however, that yoa should know one faot in the
case without indicating tbat we attach impor
tance to it, namely, tbat, in the eapture of
Messrs. Mason and Slidell on board a British
vessel. Cant. Wilkes bavlna- acted without an
instructions from the Government, the subject
is therefore free from the embarrassment which
might nave resulted if the act had been special
ly directed by us.
I trust that the British Government will con
sider the subjeot in a friendly temper, and it
may expect the best disposition on the part of
Although this is a confidential note, I shall
not object to your reading it to Earl Russell and
Lord Palmerston if yoa deem itxpedient.
I am, obedient
WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
EARL RUSSELL TO LORD LYONS.
FOREIGN OFFICE, Nov. 30, 1861.
The Lord Lyon, K. C. B. tie.
Mr Loan: Intelligence of a very grave na
ture has reached her Majesty's Government.
This intelligence was conveyed officially to
the knowledge of the Admiralty by Commander
Williams, agent for malison board the contract
It appears from the letter of Commander
Williams, dated "Royal Mail Contract Packet
'.Trent,' at bea, r.ovembr," that the "Trent"
left Havana on the 7th Inst., with her numer
oua passenger!. Commander Williams states
that shortly alter noon on the Bth a steamer,
having the appearance of a man-of-war, but
not snowing colors, was observed ahead. On
nearicg her at 1.15 P.M., she fired around
shot from her pivot gun across the bows of the
'Trent," and showed American colors. While
the "Trent" was approaching her slowly the
American vessel discharged a shell aoross the
bows of the Trent, exploding half a cable's
length ahead ot her. The Trent then stopped,
and an officer, with a large armed guard of
mariun, ooaraea ner. i no omcer demanded a
list of the passenger and, compliance with
this demand being refused, the officer said he
had orders to arreet Messrs. Mason, Slidell,
McFarlane and Eustls, and that he had sore in
formation of their being passengers in the
Trent. - While some parley was going on npon
inis matter, rar. onaeit sieppea forward and
told the American officer that the four persons
ne nao namea were tnen standing before him.
The commander of the Trent and Commander
Williams protested against the act of taking
by force ont of the Trent these four passengers,
then nndcr the protection of the British flag.
But the San Jaolnto was at that time only two
hundred yards front the Trent, her ship's oom
pany at quarters, her ports open, and tompions
out. Resistance wsa therefore ont of the Ques
tion, and the four gentlemen before named were
forcibly taken ont of the ship. A further de
mand was made that the commander of the
Trent should proceed on board the San Jaolnto,
but he said be would oot k'O nnless forcibly com
pelled likewise, and this demand was not insist
ed npon. ' ' -.U .- : ,
It thus appears that oertaln Individuals have
been forcibly taken from on board a British
vessel, the ship of a neutral power, while such
vessel was pursuing a lawiui and innocent voy
agean act of violence which was an affront
to the British flag, and a violation of interna
tional law. " .- ' ' " '
Her Majesty's Government, bearing in mind
the friendly relations which have lone subsisted
between Great Britain and the United States,
are willing to believe tbat the United States
naval omcer who committed the ap-ffreeslon.
was not aoting in compliance with any authori
ty from his Government, or that, if he conceiv
ed himself so authorized, he greatly misunder
stood the Instructions whloh he had received.
For the Government of the United States must
be fully aware that the British Government
could not allow snoh an affront to the national
honor to pass without full reparation, and her
Ms esty's Government are unwilling to believe
tbat it could be the deliberate Intention of the
Government of the United States unnecessarily
to force into disonssion between the two Gov
ernments a question of so grave a character,
and with regard to which the whole British na
tion would be sure to entertain such unanimity
of fVwlinev ' -, . .
' Her Majesty's Government, therefore, trust
that when tbia matter shall have been brought
under the consideration of the Government of
the United States, that Government will, of its
own ecoerd, offer to the British Government
such redress as alone eould satisfy the British
nation,' namely, the liberation of the four ran
tlemen, and their delivery to your lordship in
order that they may again be - placed under
British protection, and a suitable apology for
the aggression which has been committed.
' Shonld these terms not be offered by Mr.
Seward, yon will propose then to him.
'Youareail liberty- to read this dispatch to
tha Secretary-of State, abd, if ha shall desire
It. von will aive him a copy of it. . ' -
MR SEWARD TO LORD LYONS.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26th, 1861.
After recapitulating the substance of Earl
RusmL'i dispatch to Lord Lroas, and correct,
ing some points therein made, as to matters of
fact, Mr. Scward prooeedsr
before us, instead of presenting a merely flag,
rant act of violence on the part of Captain
Wilkes, aa might veil be Inferred from the In
Pl'V'tmentof It that went op to the
British Government, waa undertaken aa a aim
pie legal and cuatomarv belllff.rMit tlWfmt.tA I an m
by Capt. Wilkes to arrest and oapture a neu
tral vessel engaged In carrying contraband of '
"Vtl tDe M1 Dbfi' of the jnaurgonts. .
The question before n I. hth. ihi. nM
oeedlng was authorised by and conducted ao
oording to the law of nalioos. II Involves the
1st, Were tha nereon nomad nt tt.i.
posed dispatches contraband of war!
Sd. Misht Cantafn Wllkaa l..fll. .n4
search the Trent for these contraband persons
and dispatches? .
i 3d. Did be exerolse tbat rlarhl in a lawful anrl
4th. Having- found tha oontrahanrl n....,n. An
board and in presumed possession of the con
traband dispatches, had be a right to capture
6tb. Did he exercise that right of capture in
the manner allowed and reooenized h tha i. '.
of nations! '
if all these Inquiries shall be resolved In the
affirmative, the British governmeoi will have
no elalm for reparation.
I address myself to the first inquiry, namely,
were the four neraona mentioned, anrl ih.tr
supposed dispatches, contraband?
Maritime law eo generally deals, aa Its pro
fessors say, in rm, that Is, with property, and
ao seldom with persons, that it seems a airaln-
mg oi tne term contraband to apply it to them.
But persons, as well as property, may become
contraband, slnoe the word meana broadly,
"oontra7 to proclamation, prohibited, illegal,
AU writers and ludeee Drononnca naval or
military persona in the service of the enemy
contraband. Vattel says war allows us to cut
off from an enemy all hia resources, and to
binder him from aending ministers to solicit aa
litanoe. And Sir William Boott ijs yoa may '
atop tha embassador of your enemy on hia pis
sage. Dispatches are not leas clearly contra
band, and the bearera or couriers who Under
take to carry them, fall under the same con
demnation. A aubUlty might be raised, whether pretend
ed ministers of a usurping power, not recog
nized aa legal by either the belligerent or tbe
neutral, could be held to be contraband. But it .
would disappear on being subjected to what is
the true test in all eases namely, tbe spirit or
the law. Sir William Scott, speaking of civil
magistrates who wers arrested and detained as
"It appears to me on prlnoiple to be but rea
sonable, tbat when it is of sufficient importance
to the enemy tbat such persons shall be sent oot
on tbe public service at the public expense. It
should afford equal ground of forfeitnie against
the vessel that may be let out for a purpose so
intimately connected with the hostile opera-
I trust that I have shown that the four per
sons who were taken from the Trent by Captain
Wilkes, and their dispatches, were contrsband
The second inquiry is, whether Cant. Wilkes
had a right by the law of nations to detain and
search the Trent?
The Trent, though she carried maile, was a
oontraot or merchant vessel a common carrier
for hire. Maritime law knows only three claea
es of vtsieui vessels of war, revenue vessels,
and merchant vessels. The Trent falls within
tha latter olass. Whatever diapntes have exist
ed concerning a right of visitation or aearob in . .
time of peace, none, it is supposed, haa existed
in modern times about the right of a belligerent
in time of war to oapture contraband in neutral
and oven friendly merchant vessels, and of the
right of visitation and search, In order to deter
mine whether they are neutral, and are docu- '
mented aa such according to tbe law of nations.
I assume, in the present esse, what, as I read
British authorities, is regarded by Great Britain
herself as true maritime law: tbat the circum
stance that the Trent waa proceeding from a
neutral port to another neutral port does not .
modify the right of the belligerent captor.
Tbe third question is, whether Capt. Wilkes
exercised the right of search in a lawful and
proper manner? -
It any doubt hung over this point, as tbe case
was presented In the statement of It adopted by
the British government, I think It must have
already passed away before the modifications
of that statement which I have already sub
mitted. I proceed to the fourth inquiry, namely:
Having found tbe suspeoted contraband of war
on board the Trent, had Captain Wilkes a right
to capture the same?
Such a capture Is the chief If not the only
recognized object of the permitted visitation
and search. The principle of the law is, that
the belligerent exposed to danger may prevent
the contraband persons or things from apply
ing themselves or being applied to the hostile
uses or purposes designed. The law is so very
liberal in this respect tbat when contraband is
found on board a neutral vessel, sot only is the
contraband forfeited, but the vessel, which is
tbe vehicle of its passage or transportation, be
ing tainted, also becomes contraband, and is
subjected to capture and confiscation.
Only the fifth question remains, namely:
Did Captain Wilkes exercise the right of cap
turing the contraband in conformity with the
law of nations t
It is just here that the difficulties of the case
begin. What is the manner which the. law of
naiions prescribes for disposing of the contra
band when you have found and seized it on
board of the central vessel? The answer would
be easily found If tbe question were what you
shall do with the contraband vessel. You
must take or send ber into a convenient port,
and subjeot her to a judloial prosecution there "
In admiralty, which will try and decide the
questions of belligerency, neutrality, contraband
and oapture. do, again, yoa would promptly
find the same answer if the question were, What '
la the manner of proceeding prescribed by the
law of nations in regard to the contraband if
it be property or things of material or pecuniary '
value? " ' i
. Bat the question here conoerns the mode of .
procedure la regard, not to the vessel thtt was
oarrylng the contraband, nor yet to contraband
things which worked the forfeiture of tbe vessel,
but to contraband persons.
The books of law are dumb. Yet the que- .
tlon la aa important aa it la difficult. First, the
belligerent captor has a right to prevent tbe
contraband otttoer, soldier, sailor, minister, mes
senger or courier from proceeding lu his unlaw
ful voyag and reaching tne aesunea scene oi
hia Injurious service. , But, on the other hsnd,
the person eaptured may be innocent that If, ..
he may not be contraDana. tie, mereiore, nai a
right to a fair trial of the accusation against
him. Tbe neutral state tnat nas taaau mm
under its flag, is bound to protect bim if be Is
not contraband, and ia therefore entitled to be
aatisfied upon that important question. Tb
faith of the State is nledeed to his safety, if lu-
nocent, and it jastioe is pledged to bis surren
der if he is really contraband, iiere are oon
fliotlDg national claims, Involving welfare, safe-.,
ty, honor and empire. Tkey require a tribunal
and triaU The captors and the captured sra
equals; the neutral and belligerent State sra.
equal - ,!!!.
. While the law authorities were found aUoat,
It tras suggested at an early day by this Govern- (
mens, that you ahoald take the captured penoos
into a convenient port and institute judicial pro-
oeediogs there to try the controversy. . But oniy
courts of admiralty have jurisdiction ia mart.,
time cases, and then oourwi bar formula to try
only elalm to contraband sbattcls, but none to
try claims concerning contraband persons.. The .
courts oao entertain no proceedings and render
no judgment in favor pt or against the alleged
contraband men.' ,:, , . -
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