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art, irtln Konrir t w
Althanntnrti hufor . . P. "J, '(I
! ",' IlUorUi ntlu' rlliit.
i - Trl adtortiiiiiituU will b chtrfal tn
olwinit ytr tnnam. '
Au4 U ' f roponlnimt r for lot than n
1 ultra n. nd for ! Vim.
W Tei liB mmioa ulitrul oti q.irr
Mi ait Advrtiiniil c i Levitt Ni tiu iuu-
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jar f u boi rinniit b oin He ! 1
; U)t"AI! paymtu rrxunt b iiiaJo lolhn I'r-i
. fift, w h u. inttuti.
Tbe Demotra J oh 0Uin
f pra?rt4 to aoou T.tli nin,
Bliptuh axuil tl ri W' l 'Nf oomptlitipn.
tl kl f Job Tiark.iiioli -BOOKS,
Vu fAMPlILETS.
U AND LULLS,
f.-.n - 'SHOW HILLS,
IlLANKS f 1I K!N'!)S
bllli'l'INCl UU.IA.
LA DELS, &c, Ac.
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wilt ta ri all ii hper for 'n . t hi n tn
.tarlr,t1imu in thieotin ofeo -utrt
f L t 110 1 T H HiiL'SE
i o:rsvon'ni, oiuo
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CHARLES KiG&iNS,
TStr Uaime Iron' on the Sn-am B i
ilitr,rlJ th Kallftnti Dr,tt)t. N"
h a. w ill koiair4 Ur ikt itaooinid aiim.
aafltit(. ,
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." VAILE.Y HOUSE.
.SCO-TT & POLLARD.
POPmETORS,
"aaaavatT at
m'li ROait. WHIlLIXa,
hillici.tl"', I i.
L A. : BR A HON,
.lUr1u a L tr and
GKNEUAL - 0U1M AGENT.
EfAr.h' Ohio.
' Blt licanaad by tha U. for the parpog"
I will .ttttO't a tha praaaou:lon n t f laotio n
af tMrr Jiuriiilio'i of cliti nt aifitmat tli
Hnll 8it.,nl fttitteef Ohio, Uuluiina; tha
Mllftn raiJ olaimi.
tfaaiiittea and Arrenraja of ijr
. . Procured. .
rEKSIfl for wonnJo.l an l diatMod id-
4iar.aJ"'i'u."'1,'"rthj h',i!, "tW
n4 ittan whi ht AM and han ki'.Ud in
Ika aarvioe. Iwjollaaj f,u my friend. tlm
kaaill attand prorublly to tha.r baainraa ami
ra ilara. sonna.
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D. B
SHIlfEL,
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Attorney at lnw,
.-UoABTUUR, - OHIO,
Tflf Joor Ett of E. D. Dod,je;
ilOIB ' '
, Having' it rarriyi-red frowi a jrvere ai
tack' ef the "Oil FevrT." which ruireil a
temporary absence jrom hia office, lakes
mloMajro in inn luncing to the imblic that
he U Bgain ttd post, where he mny he
found l ali timesii t; jiTt;rnmiit at
ttntion n'htf'karjqti hfinchei'" hie.pw
feMiAtt iTihl tfrVttftfiilii'Cbifiitre'a. 1
Jan. Oth. 1835. 3-hio.":-"-
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A.ISAMt.VfSirrt M.;
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PHYStGIANSAND SURGEONS,
McArllmr, ' Ohio,
WiiraitenJ "p,onlPl'J' ,ni'" carefullr to
the practice of tbeir prulesciou . in all ita
brnc'ie.
ttt-SPclCLVT. ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BtlRGKRV'JQ " ' '
Jun. ftth, 1866. if. a ', n '
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S. A. (.'oHITiBLK. i' ' ' D. B. Pbivii..
CONSTABLE; it SiilYEL,
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AltoriiejH at J-nr,
Claim Auanta, BdalSUto.. Afanta and Cod-.
SlrArlhnr, Vinton Co. 0.
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Office onNnin Street, two door ent 1
of. K. V I)i'dc're. . '
Will attend promptly to alt bnainaaaar.trttittcd
tothair care, in the Chutiea of Vinton, Jack
Kwrfikirand Bittrmr-"" ""
t . January 19t 18fc5-tf, r . ,
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COOD NEWS AT'LAST!
The aeTer-talllaf Dl. SAPHACL b Ox ki 8
I who til utli.n b hIM.
ALL WHO ARB IN TR0UBL8,
h umurmni, inw luna M
ln 4iw .inM, cnnhl, ui blutwi, til wk
kT Wo MHtimM 1.7 iwiw n.iu. ud dnxit, il k
h" bD, l ,,ril'" " !
1rlt nil la get wllifiallun.
H nuka your DiMurtnDN turn Mm. ' atk th
HnnHor ml tury of your tnrail Ml b. mtm, ui b
uiUIm your clurwjter ituil riKUIilily lu ill of 'U
roorl au4 rumora. All oho trv iu d..ul, u( Ilia
(loin of I !.. lhy lov oonmll him lorrllare Hid HliiA
tktlr uliKlt, il.J lo Oud oat If their kriglit ind mum
bopr will I m IihI.
IN LOVB AIT AIRS III NSVES
TAILS.
Ba hu tf-r wrnt of winning (Bo tfectloni of Ibt
pp.ll m. Up (ulilM Ilia alngla lu wrallby rt
Bappy marrlaira, ami tuakaa ilia iinrrM Imiipj. Hit
lit and adrlca haa horn aollriird la laauauiakla la
Uneui, aad Ilia raaull haa alwaya Una
a srEEDV & ziArrr MARRiaai.
Ta maka thlnm m. ra lure, ha will liw you iba Ilia
nana nf
TOUR rUTURB UUSBAND OR WITS
II will tall yon llialr rlrviiiiiXiuicaa aud tliair fiitu.
rrnaparta; and whai la Utixr than all, ba caa tall yoa
lialr llioiiiiliia and what tlit-lr " Ml " uiUnlioni a
Wlml la !(lar Ucq tall jrua. if I bay will aiaki ja
wT::'.vh"
tiHTlnlan
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Rnphaal la. tliaiafora, a aura danaaii
uibiiaiiinta biaailvicviaiiivHliuilila llaeatilurw
tha araalr.1 CHrlaliily, Ilia riwall uf all roa
aliil liiieinrM tntnmu'lioiiM and aiculatli.ua Dr
lta.l'.. Iniarprata diaauia f..r loitary uiiiiilwra nltk aa
ftillitif acrni.-a
U TTEP.T NUMBERS
grawa wtlkout auy ntra rharga.
MORE COOD NEWS 111
Dr. BAPHAKL will ciiil taur llim,Kiiia j arlk
fonr uaiirlitr. Kxry man, '".iitli tha lumtli aad
krawltli of tha IhuiI, wli.i hu bau link, aud wbv iwa
aoi g.t ua In tlia aorlil, hi.nlJ lia !c iiaatMaluii af km
aonaH'opa. and gal Dr. HNpliarl'a
Written Opinion of bf ' Tntore Frti
pecta In Life.
It will rnlila lilm In waallh. tmlnaaaw. ..nit tioaar.
rbouaaitiU ol good man, win. warn nwamtDale and aa
nccttitful In Ibair bnainaai man who wurkad hard, aad
who atiuMyd ai(ainal ailvanita a ' xlafurtuua tka
f raatai ;-: of t-.T Uvea, aim who u.a a.ora thay
.( .u w ,D. o. ... u WWII. IUC RilV iiiuiaa Will
Hlnt tlifin: Tliaaa man ft Ilr. h.,;'a wrllKa
opinion npoii tbair futura roa-acla In llfa. All thoaa
who wlatly followed Dr. II.lno-ranlrl a ara aow
RICH, UAPPT, AND SOCCESSHTL
la aI thflr uni.rtlliint ; while lli.aa who wrra bllndad
by prajmlioa aad ixiiorauna, naitlnclail bit adtka ara itlll
aiburlutz a)taiual ajraraity and uvart.
Ma aaanrad
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCK
art within tt.a rra:h of all. If yoa wlali to ba rlee aad
appyyou will conault blm a!iu.
GOOD NEWS for tbe AFTXICTED.
Ha haa Ilia gift, and ran tall tha aftlktad tha eat'aa at
nmr ..iirara ami aiiiirniK. lia ran aiao tail wnainar
tbay can ba cura.1 or nut, lb in aarinit tba altilctwd bulk
"tl.1l"rr.V. 9und.y..icpta4. OOcakaae.
Iron IU A. H. to (. I'. M.
Ml lutarvlawa ara itnctly prlaattand caDDdanluaV
fharafura wa aay, 10 una I ua all I aud eunattU
DR. RAFHAEs
Aa Aitrolojor of tha 19tn Oentnry,
No. 69 EAST riPTH STREET.
BtML Rycamora Etraet and Bmadwa;,
CINCINNATI.
W-rniritS RKPITIP TO BI'IT Till TIM US.
a Tarma for Vliltora. Ladlaa fifty etirfe Ganllatwaa
ana dollar, for aach conaultitlioit. Whaa you oall,
ASS TOR TUB DOCTOR,
N will prartDt mlitakaa.
0 Parauna at a uiatan-a mar romtrnnlola rornt
aTiii.tr by Irltar, If thay lnil.it UM 1 OI.LAH, f
Conaihtatluu Fiai, In each ktirr All Ian. ra, counaa.
eliatlont, and lntrrrlowa, ara alrlrtly prlrata an.l ooa.
alantlal. No anitver will I" (Ivan to lattara ualaaa oat
taluir li liMlo.a.1 aa a Conaiiltallon t aa.
Idjaaa all latlart at fulli.wi ;
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX Na. 2463, POST OmCB,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Let ll l ftenj aja.
antod thai tliaprlra namud aa arouttdtatloa fta paai
'ur a eoiiiuliatlon only. It i!o.w not pay lor Ilia Doctor',
arittnn opiuloii uf four futura proiit'. In llfa. It doaa
ot y f. r winuli'ig tha afl.ition. of the npiotltt e(,
ir fur tha cotiauninmtlon of a Imppy niarriit, nor ft
aVInt; auy other bualnaaa mtuiril In the aliova adrertU.
aiM. The Doctor hua tiial prira fordoing aach aapa.
rata bu.tuaea. InyourrouaiiUutioo with the Uirrlor.yoa
araru ti yon can rnalUo the fond hope naarw. yiul
eart; iv va to'.d bow you can g"t all you witul, and
owyon. nii urn oiiarlit lo be d.ma ao that it caa nut
ail. lie will faratrlU bat ii your DESl'll'V. la abort,
aa will tell whul Ii before you, tc.
Caution to the Public.
Pr W. Tlaphael, tha Aitroloaar, baa ao anntaa
with MOrKSSUllor Dr. W. rVt.nphael, orwilhan;
athnr (Kutleiuan of the aauia uaiua.
aTB Cut thia adrertlaameut out. Wliao yoa ease,
bring It with yon an I thow II to Ilia girl wbo opana tat
auor. To prevent mifttkee. aak to
SEB THE DOCTOR HIWSELT. ,
LETTHETFFUCTEtl TEWTl
An' laarn that a perfrct 'tnt raoicnl cure la wurrantad
at rfnaranteed to all who aro aillicfail with wriiknaaa,
daM'ity, narrnua conipluinla, iiii'litni-h'.y thoiihic, tie
lwioa of apiriti. ilMr-at anil aninilah uf mind, lout
f ilat.p, loas of mamo;v. io.a ofeuai)iy a:ul ininicuiar
wer, puny growth, warning awnv, aud a wnnt ot con
'lance iu thentiel ja. Ciintlng ilia, c.jnrulaive trem
vinat. inipoim.ee awl 'lunnst of life.
hlAlt WHAT T1IK MKDICAIi PBIJS SAT".
Soma ptiraiciani raiptira In be told the nature of yon!
diiauM tlie KNUI, 1.111 BOTANIC ril YdlCIAN doe.
out. Ilia iwrfeei knowlislge of the human eyetern enable
klta tu daacribe the tllapkaaa without any lnfurnAtitn.
from tka patient, to txrhiln Ita original cauaa, and aa
giian ota Iti cure. And, what la more valuable atill, aa
will honettly and ftinkly tll whether yun can lit cured
ar ant. All hit communication! and Interviewa ara
Wildly prl.ate and ennil'larilial. MiHiml .loaraol.
Tha Huunia Kiwiediaa uf Dr. Kaphael, tha Knglllb
Botanic Phtaictau, narer falla! yet to make a perlect,
radiral, anil prrui.ment cum of ALL ritlVATE, 8K
CBET, AND VKNKItKAL DISEASKd. without tha utt
of' Mercury, without hinilertnct fruni huaiueii, and
witkoat fe'ar of diaco"ry or azpoaure. No deadly pot
avna, lurh aa ananit, niu tod lea, opium, or any other
folsona. Nu nirrcury oorauy dra.lly mlnaral-ootbina
it purely Vegetable llotaulral lteinailiaa ara need af
thla aronderful Botanic l'lirlo an. Ilia UoUnlc Kema
aiee Barer yet hiled to cure tbe moat obetinate tnd Iba
moat dangerona caaaa, and to remote all mercury aw
tbrr Impurttlflt (rum tha ayalem wbea all other BtBaV
diet halt fnlled.-.Um( aaraal
iTOOD NKW8 ri)H EINGLK UIN CONTKMPLAT
1NG MARKIA0K. II far what the Baltimore corree.
aodeut of ilia uddfailow. Peonittoro. Maryland, aaid
a Thuraday, Ikt Slat of tla) lDliU :
" Noma roua curat of dianaa a cauaad by early IndlMt.
tlok baring neenDerforuev' by tU Kngliab botanic Pby.
eieutn, 1 feel it my ilnty, harina a kuuwlrdge of them,
tu atate tba lacl. brllavlng thai In doing tu I may do a
eanwa V tha nulariLir. Oca ouh. In particular that
of a young aian In thia city ii wort-tr tf aula. Ha had
tba Tictlin of a habit, Ilia aia t olluaioa to which
eauaea a aondder, and after mra of aufieriug aud dottur
big gara up all hoa ot recure.-y. Hew ialied to marry,
aad waa dearly beloved by aa tnart a girl tw arar litpad
worda of oileotlOD, bat lie a aa fca.' a, nanrona, and proa
ratl. Ua dared sot wed na ao vt'nt of tha abalitraa
uteofhii-ajVWa , lleeouubt relief al tba hauda uf Iba
Botaole f hivu, and, a. onilbi g at il may aaem, all
tha blooai tv.1tt of yonib haa re'urue.1, aad aa la
Bow thtu aVw of a pa.roi bright boya."
Auy . a tlertng, no waller what Ihafr eeea
plaiut, ca oall vt Iba Uolanio . toyahiiaiieoandeattally.
They may rely opon relief. Ua ollica la at ho. 48
KAtTT llfTll Sat. Sycamore W.amd Broadway, CU.
'V S i . MTidUi i-iW rral. V n. l
M)TIt5H.
Ilirant Nuwton Uua.dian of Alra C. Ktwtop
flle.l bia aocounta aid Togcham for lanpio
tion and fiukl aettteriiaul tand tba'. the arna
"-Sasat,
The Peace Conference.
Seward's Version.
Seward's Version. EXECUTIVE MANSION;
WASHINGTON, February 10, '65.
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I'liu fillowiii w&i enclosed in tin'
11 aHitO Hu'lit tO tlld S lirttU hy tlie
fi hidt-iif Tl-e Sicrftury of Stuff,
ti wlioin wai rod rruil h rtiHolulin ol'
iiu Htt; ol tliu 8tli inat., nt tin) re
ijiicst ut'iliu l'rotii.lfnt' ol the United
3,utt, .-rtya a i1 hid opinion it is not
iui;uiiiaiit)lt with Hid pubiiu inttroota
ottirumti ilm b' ltit'H any iirormu
i i ti b i Bift)'iinc rit'. n. n ti.o tec
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[Signed] WM. H. SEWARD.
Department of State, Washington,
February 10. 1865.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON, February 9.
Mi'. tKWti.d U Mi, Ail. tun;
cut li ii u tin inin, Unit in timtM
of pt ucu there aro uiwaya i.istiat rs
ol tar Bo Duini iid a w;tr lifin-i
tnciu niu citiZ'iia who dviiipiitlii'tic.il
!ly tiuiiuiid iiiutiuti'itia ot piuce, I'lm
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, WiU i'CUlt.8 t'l VIM, ttltur Ull HK'.'Ht'OII
I b1 .e.al.y K,il tlteir
aiiiu m I, though tlio war ilcclurud
not nu n qiii iitiy iinnccchSitry iui I
u wie. t0 pcaco i.tr t tiors, i i tunc
l war, ii tnii.it.'lv Iiimi ulont
a'idiiiji nuiuiit ol tiiu uuii'lici, mi u nu -
tlllit WillloUl bL'Clllitli tl lv;lMlny0!t
wnuh tveru oriijiiittliy ixjicctt d ir-.in
the c.'iiHicf.
Ti.o uiiatori or wiir in limn (
.etc.", mid lor pciiU' in tinto i.f war,
nu n 'i iicruofS tniy -t p' tli ips nnlin-i
iiy niip.i.riiitic in ilicir pinpii ta or
ii'.tiv.e. I'tii) roaiiltn ul'jiiu tloteini -
ii.- w lu'tticr llu-y urn wiri j or nnwiuu
I'lio treaty ot i.ciicu ciuicui li il at
.jiitldalotlpe, liihl ! ', lA'-tj suinired hy
ii iiit'niitr ncuti.itii.ii under the
U.'ii oi the Government. S'.inti ol
me o.'l'.rt-i wiiicli h;i v ,j tk'iiii mulo ..
onng aumit iit-goiiinioiia with u viev
U ctidionr civil war are known to tin;
rvliule World, bcuaiine they Imvo (,'m
plowed lorcij'i) a- well ns doincstic
..noma. -Others. with whom yon have
had to deal confideiiti.illy,' aro"Iii7ovii
Ij youieeif, aljhoiigh tney havo not
putjiicly trtnepired. Other cflbrts
huvo occuired litrtt which are known
only to the perions actuilly niuviiig
i'i iliyii, and to ibis government. I
am now to give for your' iuformatiou
an account ol an nfiiir of the Hamu
i.'tmeral character which recently ru
c ived much Rttttnlicii lierc, and which
doubt Ichu, will fxeno inquiry 'abroad.
' A few daytt ago Francis 1'. B.'tir,
E-iq., I'htanied iioin tlio 'resident a
sii'ipie leavu to iti-6 throiih our
linen, without any tiifiitu view-t
known to thev UHVei ii'iitmt Mr.
Ul.nr visited RiU'.nioinl, and on his
re urn lie slmwrd Mr. Lincoln a let
Iv.r which J.lf, L)itvi3liad Wiiiteii to
Mr. BUir, ill which Davis vfiotetha.
Air. bhiir wan at Lihtr'y to say to
t'lvmdeiil .Luiuii.n, tlntt Davis
Aau now, ns neaiwa) had h en, wil
llig lo Selld cuiliUHbHU.il. :fd . ad:ired
liioy Wi.ul t ho receive I or to ri-cmve
any thatBholild he den ; Iliat he ,is
not div-iponud to tit'd olintauled in tonus
.-that ho would stud coiitiiiissii.iiera
to uoiiler with the 1'ivuideiit, witti a
vie to thfe restora foil of peace be
tween tllO tWO COIIIltiiort, if lie Cllld
l; assured they would ho received.
Tim I'reuident, theretore, on thy J8Ui
ii January, aildrcdded a note tj Mr.
lilair, iii winch tlio I'redideiit alter
acknowledging bo had received ti.o
note of U tVis, tsa.u that lu was, ia.ea'
iikI always Bhoold bo willing to re-j
ce vb any agents Mr Lhtvio or any i
other influential m.tn. now actually i
resihting thoauiborily ol the (jovern-
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vie.v totbe restora'it'if 0l pt ac.' to the
ol our com j) on country. I
iilr. iimir visited Kichmond with
tin's letter: and- then' stahi ean.a hark
b Wasbitigton. On tbe 29th alt.,
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Mfrr wfli (ha Pifsidi'itf. Tliev
W.TrJ (il'miittld hy t,t) Lit U'lMIHIlt
Gfiiral to u-linn to liU luiidqiiiiftirrs.
to awiiif tlii-hi tlio dffitinn of tin)
iVijdfiit. M.tj. Efkurt was ecnt
dowi to meet ilm party from I.icli
uiOitSl ut G -neral Grant's heidnuar-
'ers i ite iviuj ir wm d ic'tuti to da
livt-rjo tlii'in h copy of i ho President i
r .' i Vn'c
0,..i.V. (, n, fl,,! A . I I bv
'ri M ''"17 o ' "resident's
"'I'" '?li,ir' wi"' a ""tfl f0 be
if'a- wliicli thi-y
tui'-i-ilifil i tint tl.rv hIi.
. '
tcrij directly
old Ik: allow'tl
t . IrlfK
'iir I n P. 1 liov vwiilil
Ik: '. Iin I
iM'i.iia'
r-ti''..' )i:t ('...iniiiL' "r tn
ci'til r. ncii n i H n rim Iiiikim of
lilt' ht"H IllCHti'ilil'il 'fltiT t f till' lS'h
o! ..fiV.i ii v, i. Mr. B air ll ili.y
rll'.ll.il.'i X,'.ri-s I lit;: r HKrft ll till!)
o ti : m itaiti in wrrm.!, then Maj Ei:k-
t -i" ' 'S i;ifft. li f.t . ittvi' lll ill unit'
n. ii.'t I I1'. 1 1.'. it ,)f nriM. alicrit a
j . I' "11 .' II.' j ll-. ill tin' I'tCeidt llt
i ii ' i ' i" ;ii. in.
It la-inl !) 'Itfllt plnll lidc tV '111 ill'
r'p".ij'f',iil Ih- r ( i1Vit:IM..1 ;rl
L'i'llt (Ji ll (il't'.'t lli.it til" lai'li n n l
piiiy ivmi tl iii h m il. u r pr. (ti-riUnl,
.il'C pt tint i'i i lltni'i in. ni.il. i.
I ho Si'cn t trv ol S'h'u h clmtir tl
of ill.- I'n'Ki.iniit vi'i
vi'i lint tliily of
i:'Vl'ITlllt5ll' in Mil)
r.'pr.-rt ntinjf ill
t'X 't'Ct.' l I'll " l."".i f I.,i l,-Tl )
Hi-' lit-t ; '. i .'iisi l it' i')rt M.iii
toe on t:i . ii, ' fii l.f duy of
K' liniury. E-in-rt mot linn oil
tiiu iiinrjiino; oi ilici'l, w itli itiionn
ation 1 1 1 ka t pi n-Otis wli i came- from
U c'liiix'iitl Imd not cc ptcd in wri
liiiit llioi fi'iditi'tii ilium w!:i,'i hi.
vttti alloiced tu j(ivi) tiifin, iivi cmt
diii't ttieai to Foil Mi'iifot.'. 'i't.,: ;.!,i
r had (Jivcn houhi inlur.n.itioii t i m
1 rttdci ut vatihinvrton. On. rc
cciviii( iliifl itiiinimtipii tlm i'le-ti
dent prt'imrtd a tulciiram, directing
this Secritarv to rulnni to Wiwliing
t'.n. I .1, ;
I'llM Si'tHry-WHtl prrpurllirr Htttll)
jit'iiu ni"ini'n'. so it to return with
nt .-jii. in,? ti'i tlm iiiloriiM'i'in from
'In- 1 i"-itji-nt, liui at lit s jiinctiirtj
li utuMiitif Ounwal Grant ti.iui'rabli
led the S-crutary nl War, aswtl!
h- I'i tli.j Si'crct.'try of Stum, that tin
cinii n l purtt liad r"i:"iiri:ilcr"d and
ur .; r.-d tlfcndioiis tMn!t r.tl ilieni
sii: :i.;ii M,ij r E-ki rt. and General
rm. in-cntlv aad vinetl tlm i'ri-nitlcnt
t i (mi'i r in perrion wi'h the Rich
n. i. ml paity, Lnoer these tiicuiu
t-tiiiic'S thu Si'iTeturv of Ntafo, bv the
l'resi. luiii's dirt et'o ns; remained at
F'li'ivss M'lnrtKi irtd 'l.-: 1'it-nideiit
joiiieii li i in Hi' !: i.f, th'i irghf of I-'eb
riiai'V 2. The II .'inii'iid party was
brought down i!- J nines Rivvr in u
U." S.'steani' tr..'t:port. During the
day ti c st'-itiiier was anchored in
l).a npton Roads. On the Morning
of the 3 the I'lcsiilunt, attended by
the 6'ecretary, received Messrs Ste
phens, Hunter and Campbell, on
board the' U.S. steam transport Riv
er Queen in Hampton Roads. Tho
iir.iif.it..tiij ipna ulh. (fut lii-i lfitiiri'' '
ii' '11 iJj lill Vu ii U-J in m i iuiwi ii. t ,
Therev.iu no attendanco of Beote; ;
ries, clerks or other witnesses. No',!.
ing was written ir read, and t'i
An,.,..j.ilii.,i u ! rli,i vft naftt.iktt .....I
f'll'Clooli'.ii niiiti-mii ...I
Iroe, was c ilin and courteous,
till!
kil.d en 'both sides.
The R cl.inoiul party Rppronclnd
llie di?ciissii:ii rather iti'lirectiy, and
iit no lure did they make ' catigoiical
dt-mand-t, or tender formal stipnhi
titm.-.'or nh?"iiic relusals. Never-tlteh-ts
during the coiil'erenco, which
lasioi ft . ti r hours, iho several points
at isMie b twt :. f.:u govortiinuiit niu
lllblircellts. W r
iist:ii'.:t!y raised and
!li'eiitlv, and in
dir'cii.-sed 'n::y. i tr
ail nmicttblo Fpin
What the fiiritargenti party seemed
chiefly to lav ir, was a I posrpont inent
die q iesiion nl scpivrtition ,upin
which the nar is wagml.1 and the mil
I
.
i
-
inent and iho States' section as the
people who are engaged in the ,'con-
tual direction oi thotff'rt id the Gov
ernment, as well its tli"t) of i'it in
riirgehta. to Sinn'! extrinsif! p':icyv or
sciieino for a Sjason,, d itrtt: wliic i
the pti-ejioiis might !i-3 exuoct' i to
8'ibside, ami the ar."-: . be reducid,
and trad'1'and ii;!j.v''rt.e bitween
(be people of both HeCtitiMS bo rHsuni-
It was suggested bf them that
tliroujili aii'.'h po-ttpjnem 'lit wo mih:.
bavo immediato lteaoe, with some n- tj
very cei tain prospe.tof, an ultim ttfa.oi
........ . i- .. r .i. ...
flict with it. The siiitL'esHori, tlionn
consist red was never-
tbeless regarded by tae Fresident kb
,,B "'""'"s'-ct '.rl.uc,., H.id Uan-,.Hi
, ....unceJ we can t nu ,Uti..n
till
ti'tl... :..t i. .. .1 .
r -. .
umimiitiiiif.il. 01 Mid HiHion'
1 1 rc.-a,amliWrct..ratinrt!.e Na-
. 1 a
iionm antlmrity throiiKht.ut all th
O'Mies tn iim union, collaterally, and
iiiMiiiiiruiunii"ii to (lib
proposition
which wad thus announced. Ihu an
li slavery p ilicy ol'lho United States
waa reviewed in all ltd lieariiiL' and
the president announced that ho must
not hu txpccY'd to depart Iroin the
position ha lad anauined m Ina I 'roc
lamation of Emancipation and other
iiCiiineiilt, a d tne ponitiiins wero re
iterated in his minimi ineoaHge.
It was furthet dtclare J bv the
I'reaiiiont that thu Cunipleto restora
to n o!' TiHiinnitl authority everywhere
.'.in :m inj: jn:i,fi ililo Conditi K if
any n.-sent on ur pnrt i whatever
f r n ol p. aiv might U' ptonosed; the
pr. aidt ni HSdiireJ thu titer party,
that while he must adhere to there
l"Si'i.iii.t, ho wiiuid he prepared so
tar ltd power is I'Hled wit li iho E
I'cni.ve ti exercir-e lilit-r.litv. Its
power, however, is limite-d hy tlio
0 Ii9'irii'iiin, an I when peace ahoiild
h inal ', CoiigreHA must nrtoarily
ft -tin e.'arl to Hpproj.iiat oils o!
f ni'iiiev, and to a'lnnsrti'.n of n pre
feiitiitiv- s from inanrrectiniiury 8taies.
i'he It c iii'ind party wbro intorm
t-d that Congress had on ilia 3 lit
ad pted by Constitutional majority, a
J i ut resolution suhiiiittini: to the lev
ral Sia'es the ptopo-iriun to abolish
slavery fhrniiih"iit the LTn on, and
'.here is every reason to expect that
it will be accepted by three loiirtln ol
the States, so as to becom-) ii part of
ti.o national organic law, Thu con
ference came to an end by tntitnal au
quiescence, without producing an
agreement of views upon the several
mutters discusi d.or any of them.
Keveitheless it is perhaps of some
importance that we have been to Sub
mit our opinions and views dircct.v
to the prominent insurgents, and to
hear them in answer, in a courteous
and not tujtrieiitlly manner.,
" I am, sii, vonr obiditi'nt 8l'rvitT.t.
.....
.1
WM. H. SEWARD.
Message of Jefferson Davis
to the Confederate Congress—Report
of the Confederate Commissioner.
Wasiiinot. n, Feb. 9. Tlio Rich
mond W ina lit the Tt la Buys: Tlio fol
lowing documents were laid belnre
C mi'ie.-a this morliing:
To tbe donate and Uuuse of Kopr8atat!Te; of
tlio Ci'iilcdcrute btuit5s ot Anionoa.
Having recently received written
iiotiti.'atioi) which satisfied mo tha'
the preaideut ol'tho United State-) was
d'eposi'd t" confer informally, with
uiiolliuiid Hgetils that might bo sent
by mo, with a view to tlio restoration
of peace, I requested Hut). A, U Sto
phens, lion K. Ma.T. Huutor and
lion. J. A. Campbell to procood
through our lines to ho.J, conference
with Mr. Lincdn or such person as
ho inighf depute to represent him, J
herewith submit lor the information
of Congress the report .of the eminent
citiseno above named, showing the
enemy refuse to enter into negotia
tions with the Coiiloderate States, or
any one of them separately, or give
our people any other terms or guar
'anticd than those which a conqueror
iriav irunt. or to permit us to have
peace on auy other basis th in our un
conditional euomibsion to tin ir rule,
oupled with the uccuptance o'' tneir
piesent C-mstitution, including the
amendment to' thu Constitution tor
the emancipation of negro slaves aud
witn iho rih' on the part ot the
f euerai uoiuress 10 icgieiate on tlie
siil j' el of the relations between the
winle and black population of each
Mate. Such is, as I understand it,
'.he ell. ct ul tho amendment to the
t'ofet.tut ion which has been adopted
hy l lm Congress of the United States.
a
[Signed] JEFFERSON DAVIS.
RICHMOND, Feb. 5, 1865.
To the President of the Confederate States:
that the wessageot rrewidertt Lin
poople jcolri to the Congress of the ' "United
.-
Sta: Under your letier ol appoint
inni't of the 28ih ulf, we proceded
t. seek an informal conference with
A braham Lincoln, President of the
United S ates., upon tbe aubjuct men
tioned in your letter, r i The con'er
ence wan' granted and took place on
t tie 3iJih nit., on board a steamer
anchored in Uampton R ada, where
v.e mot rresidelit Lincolu and the
ijni, Air. Sjwaid, Secretary of State
the Uuited Stales. It ooutiiiiiiid
........... I i....,. .,..,1 n.ui k..K r..n
tr bUTvrtai iiuum aim noa uuui iciii
and explicit. We learn from them
gtatoa, in . jJcceuiour ; ian, explains
nhiarlv aud distinctly his Bentimeoie
m to tbe terms, oondition and uwth-
, .,r. tod.iru by which p. tee can
Beared ,o the -eoj.le, arTd we wirJ
i.t'niif infnrmu4 . ta a
. iuvj inn. i r i e- v wnnm n m
.n ... ""u v
m-oinfa or a tere.i to attain thai end
W. underaw-jd fro 1 S ? Vs...,
V ' ..a. aiiMr"WWt IIT.
torran or uropneaU of any treat ,
aiif'tmcnts looking to ah nltiinalf-
settlement would be entdrtair.tj.1 c;
made by him, with the imhoritica cf
thf Contederato Stutes, because tbftt
would bo a recogintioii of their exis
tence at. a separate power, whicl f
undir no circn instance wonld be
done, and for like reason, that ro
such terms would be entertained by
hi in from States separately, and no
extended trhca or ariciatico, as nt
present advisod, would be granted Of
allowed without Hatisactt.f bttur
and in adduce uf aAMjp'oUi, resto.
ration of authority of 'ih Couatito
t it'll and !aws ot ti e Unitt-d riiate
oe.r ab places within the Statca of
the Cpnl'ederacy; that wi.ati-vtr con
st quences may follow from f,e . re
esiabli6hmeiit of (hat aufbority mast
be aceepted, but thai individuals snb-
iei t to pains and icnaltiis ol the
sws ot thj United States, roicl.t rely
upon very liberal ugo of i,nu,.r P(:nfi.
ded 0 ll tn, tO r mit tlioa i ttnina an.t
penalties it pe.acu l restored. Du
ring the conference a proposed Binnot,
ment to the CoiistifHtion ot Ibo Uni
ted States " adopted by Congress on
tne 3lst nit., was brought to our no
t:ce, i This' amendment provide that
m iilier slavery nor inioluntarv aerv
tudo, cut pt for crime, should exiu.
within their jurisdiction, and that
Congress should have poWjr to .en
force the ameiidiuont by .appropriaitj
legialation. Of all the ,' LWeiene
herein ui'.'utionad, and leading to tU
sattie,yoo bftva-'liertfofbrT;. betn in
formed, Very respectfully, . ' ,
Your obedient eorvsn',,
ALEX. H. STEPHENS,
ALEX. H. STEPHENS, R. M. T. HUNTER,
JOHN A. CAMPBELL.
Eternity.
ntt. jray t!" -Tho
flower fadoa, the Leit. wilherj,
man grow old pnd die.;, tho world
lies down n fhd eepi .. ,o of age-
but tiuio v rires no Ji:n on tbe brrw
of eternity,
frernity I Stupendoai tboughO
The ever preaect, unborn, undocav
ingand nndyitig-tlie endless chs'in,
comparing the lileol Gjd tho gold
e'i thread, entwiuing the destinies of
tlm univtrde.
Eirth has its beauticj bdt titr.t
shiouds them for t!ic, j-rave; its hon
ors they aro but tlio Bunshii.o of on
hour; its palaces, they ara but aa tb
gilded Sepulchres; "in poseeasions,
they are tlie toys of changing fbrtutn:;
ita pleasures, lby arc bunting bab
bles. Not 6 ) in the sntiicd bonrnn.
in tbe dwelling ol the almighty
can come no decay.. Ita day will
know.no darkerjingtterrjal spletiJor
forbids the approach of night. Iti
foundations will hc-yer fail thej are
fresh from the eternsl tlnqqe, Its
glory will never wai.it f. r ' titoe i
tbo ever present God. Its liarmouics
will nover cease exlistibi'aii Iot
snpplioJJ tlia snni?. ' ,'
Home.
Love watches over the cradle of
the iuiant, over tiie couch of the aced.
over the welfare ail I cutrort ol eacb
and all; to be baj-jty, t man rotires
Iroui the outdoor, wot id to homo, lu
the household Circle, the ' troubled
heart finds consolation, the dWturSsd
nuda re6t, tho jovons Audi itself in its
true oleiuout. i'ious souls when tbey
speak ol death, say that tbey go home,
their longing lor heaven is to theui
home sickcesr. Jean alta repre
sented the abode of etcriiftl liappi
l ess pnder the picture n a boms, a
lather's bousa. Djes not thiy tell u
that the earthly home is appointed lo
a picture of Heaven, an 1 a fore
taste ol that higher homJ :.t :i
LO"Sink not beheatb r.?ra5t)B.'
Play the ame of lit boldlv. Hurt'
at least, you ' may sometiiflva conv
the gambler, wlu doubles Lii stake
a la6t as he loses. -;
LLA young lady from ib conn-
try being invited to a party, was told
byJiercuy consin to nx op aud pr.t
her best loot foremost, in order- ro
catch a bean, sl.e looked 80 grtfen in
her couutry attirs." Ih cofif)rt
Jaslooked comically into tlio, facrtol
her rather fndjd relatlv, aad replied,
"Better green than withered1' : V
- - .. i ' i i , . o ' i
"(0Tiie persons most':aniion Ab
add to tbeir : wealth ara ; centra ii)
thost) wbo don't know now to tnak
auy good use of tvbtt tlier bars
rw.

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