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VOL: YI1I. NO.-308. NEW SERIES.
V :COMBUSt,OHIO, SATDRDAYf.MORNING, JUNE 7. 1862. 1.1 IQ D0L1AZS YES YSABg laTrkbly la Vdnuw, ' - DULY, TBI-WEfflLYAHD WEEXLY IMANYPENNY & MILLER, . fCBLUHJBI. AVO fBOfBIIXOBI. JD. OfflM oa. 88, SI aad 40, XTorth Slgb It , , WTAKUBLT W ADTAMOl. IkUljr - . -. ' . $8 oo pw year LB'tt Carrier, ier week, eenta. JW'7 lOOpwMar, Weekly, . . . j 00 ,. rjsrrae af Advertising w (he Square. n equtr 1 yeai . . . aiJO Ou one inner 3 weete. . gt oo - On : v moLttii in so 0 month 15 00 3 month 10 00 B montbf 8 00 On On 8 iNto.. I 00 On " -.i On " 0o " 1 ww... l 75 I dan... 1 00 On On 8 din... TS Do 1 month. 8 00 On 1 InaerUon SO Displayed advertisement hilt morn than tha buwm - 3AdrrHsraenti leaded and placed In th oolnun of i - imnwwi nuimi iHfww ,t orotisary roe. All notioee requlrea to be published to law, legal rate. V ' va- mjj ipnucaAciiiaiTOiy uur me ant wk pronLinjrj than the abore rate; but all (Bob wll Business Cards, uot exceeding At lint, per year, In. :. -.Ids, Ss4 per llu outside. ' ' Notioee ofmeetlogt, charitable ooletles, fir eompanlea, sati).. half nolo jili nirtf advtrtiumtntt mint to paid for In eWwtae Th rale will not berated from. 1 Weekly, same price aa th Dally, where thadrrtli '"l:,n Weekly alone. Where "he Dally and Weekly te both need, then the charge tor th Weokly will be alf the ratci of the Dallw ' It advertisement taken ex oepl for t definite period Summer Arrangement. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. Summer Arrangement. 1862. 1862. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Railroads, orris thh . : i Iiertetf. Qnlckeat and Itloit Rla Pittebiirgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore, wasningion wty, rinladelphia, " New York and Boston. Ditto connections are made at BelJain with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, jVi .' i : ' t And at Pittabqrgb with the t PeansylTania t Central 1 Railroad. to1 ,MTe ColnmbnB dallr (Snndays ex cepted) as follows: ' .inuiai. 3:50 A. U. 3:35P.M. 3:50 A. Ml 11:10 A.M. 1030 A. II. , 10:00 P.M. 18:03 P.M. 1108P.M. 11:18 A M. 5:45 P.M. iiti irmniia , , 3.15 P. M. ) l:o A. K. XH P. M. 8:00 P. U. Via Baltimore and Ohio Ballroad: , Lean Benwoed..... 11:40 A. M. 10:00 P. H. ' Arrlf at Baltimore 0:00 P. M. 0:00 P. M. ,., ArriTaatWuniDgtoa 01Ur.6: P. M. 6:45 P.M. Arrtreat Philadelphia. ...ll:O0 P. M. 11:00 P.M. Arrlr at Mew York 4:15 A. M. 4:15 A. M. Via PenoiylTjnla Central Railroad: - Pt Line. Kxpreee. Mall. Leere Pltttbnr8h....8:30 p. M. 4:00P. M. 100 4. M. ArrlTatHarrielmrg,55A. M. 2:00A.M. 1:00P.M. Arrive atPhlad'a...tt:2S A. M. 5: 10 A.M. 5:95 P. M Arrte ai New Tork, :00P. M. 8:30 A.M. 10:00P.M. . Arrlr at Baltimore W:30 P. M. 6:00 A. M. 0:30 P. M. Arrlr at Waih. City, :0OP.M. 9:00 A. M '' ' Paaeengeri deelring ticket to the abore rontee rla the Penney iraola Ballroad or Baltimore and Ohio Ballroad aboala be parlloular to aak for them via Bellair or (Mabtnrlli. I. A. HTJT0HIN80I, ""J General Paatenger Agent Summer Arrangement. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Clnoln&4tL Daytoa ft Indianapolii! Through to IndlanaDolis without Change of Car, ad bat One Change of Can between Colombo And St. Lonls. On and After Monday, Mar O, isea. -Four ; Trains Daily, from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN ' ' CINCINNATI AOOOMMODATIOIT at 5.-30 a. m., Itopplni at all atatlooa between Oolomboi, Oinoinaatl and Dajwnl arrtring at Otnetnaatl at 10:30 a m.at Ijton8J7 a. m.i arrlTetIndiaBapolltl:34f.m. SECOND TRAIN. . ; XPRK8B at 1130 a. m., Hopping at Jeffenon, lon 4on, Oharleeton, Cdarrllle Xtola, Spring Valley, Oo j T.wto, Por Ancient, Morrow, Booth Lebanon, foeter'a. ' Lorelaad and tallford. atrlring at Cincinnati at 4.S0 S. m., at Dayton at SU p. m.i arrlre at Indianapolm 1 7:55 p. m. t oonneetlntr at Cincinnati with the Ohio and ktiealaitppl Ballroad for H. Lonii, Vlnoennee, Cairo) t.; eonseiilgg at Indianapolii for all potaH Weit. ; - THIRD TRAIN. 'MAIt AND Ai0OMOPATIONat 4:i0p'. tr7.,atofr Jr pleg all eutioii tet.een Oolnmbui and Cincinnati! B - rrlriog at Olnclnnatl at 10:30 p. m. FOURTH TRAIN. . , '; IfiaHT ipBJBS, rla Daytoa, at 18:00 rnldnlirht, topping at London, Charleeton, X,ni Saylon. Mid Olatown and Hamilton; arrlrlng at Cincinnati at 5 0 . a. a.) eonaeotlng with Ohio and MlrJbeiupi Ballroad for . Vlnoennee, LoaUvllle, Cairo, Bt. LoaUtM arriruii at Indlanapolta at 7:15 a. m-i oonneoilni at Indian, poll for U layette, Terr Haute, Chicago; and all potnta Wet. -. r . ( tr : ? r t, kt -' ' ' ' ' i ,V .. . SLEEPING, CARS ON NIQUT TRAINS. jj'' ' - !..!... ( f'w r -! : hf lor farther Information and Thrangh Ticket, apply toM.L, DOHBBTY, Tloket Agent, Union Depot; -'.Colombo, -v '-'- P. W. BTBADBB, , r , ,., ,. Genrral Ticket Agent, Olnolnnatl. r''i'v- "; - :! I JNO. W. DOH1BTT, . i j Agent, Oolombaj, i-'v ' 1. W. WOODWARD, i .v ... ... , Superintendent, Cincinnati. Columbue, May 5( 1869. ,' .- j ...'-.:. CALT HOUSE, ' A So. 178 Kprth High Btreet,' ? . :n,C 0 L U JI B1J S, Q H I 0. j ' JL ' HALT BdTJABKB from the Depot, and pereone ar rlTiBg or wl thing to take peeoaa on any of the tralae, will Bod th Salt Hon decidedly a oanrenlant Up "lf klaii. s . Paeeenirenwakad Bp it all heart of tht Blibt to? W rsSaGlI'WW.rtM" to a:un ,1 T?'a h 4iK .n ".X .AiiTe JJ 1862. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed. Great Northern & Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Oonaaotlng at Oreatlln with th PITIBBUBOa, IT. WAIN a a CHICAGO BAILBOAD tor riUOvrvh, fkUaiUpMa and BatUmor. Alto r, . to? Watnttmd CMoago. Connecting at Olereland with th LAK1 BHORI BAIL BO AD r , ,. ror Danklric, Buffalo, Albanyi Beaton ana New York. THREE TRAINS DAILY, IZ0IPT BUHDAT, Proa Colnmbna, In oonneotlon with Tralni on th LITTLKWIAjril aj,d COLCMBUS rmi tbau. KIOHT IXPB8B-IeareOolnmbuat4:00A.at. will mlrtn a. Tuu. i.li.. . n . . . elloa.wd ai ell elation North of Oalioul arrlrlng at PST!.to5,,i .i t0 "' 3:55 P. BufaM v. riaa., new lore 1U A.aBoatoa 9:B9 P. M HBOONn TTtiTW . "f,W,S!SK MPBBBB-teare Ootaabo at 1W0 rT-..H 'J'mLu!' PIw. Cardlngton, QUd. oreatllnih Bnelby, New London. Wellington and Oraf- -"i ""iwi vn,iawitcr, u., afOAairk K0r. M.. finnxie lOitt p. M., Xerk 8)6 pTfi BoTtoa ' aW - THIRD TRAIN.' . 1IATL AWT) rrtiaiu..- n.,..i.rJ.'....,. o,. L' "?? " etlon exmlh of Bhelby, and at 5SKl,.?!Wi to?do; Wellington, Orafton and Boreal ar- CONNI0T1ONB. -TV'n,w?.ttu.p"!fb",!nIt- andOhlosgo AUoChicJi n ' t"1 aii Belttmere. B,?,"K'"i B4naky, Manrteld and Newark Ball road, for all point oa that road. Alio for Toledo. Dunkirk, Buffalo, ftw lork and Botloaw Patont Sleeping an are run on all tT,'t.t rrt - a. m Miui, Axauu io unicago, Aew York and Boston. Ba9WOkfM TknmgXtoKM, Tori and Bolton via Umiand: aUo. to fkUaddphia and JVet York Ha (hnUin. RETURNING. Night Bxpreei arrtre at Cotmnbu at 11:30 P. M. Cincinnati kzpreae arrlree at Oolnmbneat 11:00 A. M. Accommodation arrjre at Oolamboe at 10:15 P. 11, - rare a Low aa hj any outer Rente. Atl (or TUkett vi CratUju tr CUveUnd. i 1. 8. PLINT, Bnpertntendent, Olereland, Ohio, j - lAXMt PATTlBSOIf, Agent, , . , . . Oottuabne, Ohio. : Ooluaibej, May 7,1804.. . . ; r, . T,; .-. ? Colnmbns Wholesale Liqnor Store LACELLE ROS8 & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, . , ... r .. . . v. n I MP0MT1BB AND DBALIKB IN Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies, to. Ac. ALSO, . OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON WHISKY. WAainousa and oiiiob, m south man sr.. COLUMBUS, OHIO. pSdiyii ; ' ; VM. I!. RESTIEAUX, . (BU00188OB TO MoKIl BNBTIIAUX) No. 106, South High Street, - OoXaT72&:OTJ7, : - ' r. DHALIB IN .'; . CnOCERIES, PRODUCE PROVI8ION8 . t Foreign and; Domestic '.Fruits, FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO. . : i: .. : ,. . . (,'. ' I": .. . - u v . : a... 'tu9 ' !! ' l jt ! 4.: '!':. : J. M. V. KCERrJER. ,.t --v. . it 1 ' - . i. vr tl ..: ! v ' .'Ll " ' - . t. JSwTOw CO,' , .. .....i. ' .. ..i ..c .?. ! t-. :.j: ..; . ..- .'J u...J j , i.v -.-.''v:. - Comer pf Broad & Front Streets, OOLUMBUB,- DIAUBS IN ' ; . ' r ' t' i CROCERIE8, PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS, ; - ' - A-' ,l . ; FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS, " - ' ., .: PL0UB,--fALT, ... LIQTJ0E8; ETC.' OTBTIBB BT TBI 0 AN IN TDIIB BiABON. ;oetcsdiy v-x i. ;w v. ' EMANT HAIH NETS, rpBBB AD and Vrawfa lao TUa, ' . -. . ? ; ' X Point Leo Collar and Beta, Malt Lao Oollarj, . lw opened. :. V. loath Bl,RtMt. v; . 5 ftwtf.-ir-ii. Auitioa: 0 All, IAT ' ' i ' J. L. GILL & BOWS NORTjH HIGH STREET, . AND SIB THB LABOBBT (TOOK, -THE GREATEST TARIKTT, ,' AND-- r 1 I - : ; ' TUB MOST BlATJTtfVt PATXIBN STOVES Srer offered to th clllieni of Oolomboi "' i " THBT BAV1 COOKING STOVES FOR COAL, . COOKING STOVES FOR tTOOD, aim COOKING 8T0VE3 00 0KIHO STOVES For larg ramlllei or Bmall Pamllle, and rtrrlng - Prio from Three Dollars to One Hundred and Twenty-Five. , PARLOR STOVES, " Of erery Prloe, 01s and Variety, for Ooal or Wood . DINING-ROOM STOVES, HALL STOVES, Of many Pattern. SITTING-ROOM STOVES. STORE-ROOM STOVES. OFFICE STOVES, J.i?xxx-y Stovoe, Both. Cooking and Beating.' The Xlghteet and moet Portable Tent Store rr ' offend to th Officers , of our Great Army. FURNACES, for Heating Dwelling. Oharche. Stsre-roon, or other lharahe,Bt l Building. . . o ... ;i irg LAUNDRY-STONES, lot Family Ue or Hotel. MOTT BOILERS, ' AGRICULTURAL BOILERS,; SUGAR EVAPORATORS, ; SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE, DOGG IRONS,' SAD IRONS, V I : TAILORS' GEESE, : And many other arUol "or any other men. - - C7 CALL AND Ml XH , No. 92 North High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. J, L,; Gill & Son. ortt-tt ' : OOLUMBTJS OPTICAL INSTITUTE. Tne Beat Artificial , Help' to tne . naatau) Bignt otoi Anwentoa JOSEPH S. PEE1ET, , PRACTICAL A SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, KEEPS THE LABOEIT ASSORT mentor th atott Improred kind of Bneetaole. AU hi QUeeee, whether for aear T rat-elgokid. art ground In eonoaro conrax form with the createat ear. ao a to alt th.Byaof all eue, earing Weaknea Duainaa or unammattoa or in flre,Qa unparung itreoftb for long reeding or o eewlng. ' . Dlkav U Batt Bat tre at Beltaat Webeter'l Mul8torr'.. .. i . . aagS-dly : ' " . - ' ' Shooting . Gallexy, . : 'HB andtntgned begs Imto te Inform hit trend JL fbat he ha fitted up a snooiao OAitssT ' at nra VERANDAH, ON STATIC STREET. Oood tuai, All Sane, Pwtok and Befreshnente. - norlB-dt. OONBAD BJOHABDS.j IRISH LINEN GOODS. ,r bait & son, ; ; UJSO.V.S9. SOtTlIHIGir" STREET, O Haary SbMtlnc and Bhtrtroc Llnene. - l9 Medium and fin UnaaaforahirUagandBoiomi. , .,. jruioK-uaa ana xaoi i.innei ail KUaaY , ., '. .' Napkin, D'Oyllea, aaokabaak', ToweJe. Buieian and American Craih, fllan Linn. Diaper. Bird'e-ey Diaper, Long Lawne, Shirt Front, t. to. Xheta good an all of the avx t felUble aak, aad pri" . r. rNtrB0Aiiv tow. aaarSl ! Golden Hill and Shoulder Beam THBBB Ply Linen Collar, to ill thapeei .' Sent' Paper Collani - NeekTleendftarft r u Boperior Eld Blare, alt loti;.-;'i ;o. . PI iMiuh n&AK ai iw ki . kfgau wvwwavaa uau putli , r Undar Shirt aad Drawer ol 1 U Marino Lamba' Wool. - Bilk and Bhaker flannel;- l '. I ..(.! ,3 ti Veeket BudktrebiKe, ready IbrliMi aad all kind ef fleai' raraltblag dood to Cm gnat 1 PUBLISHED BT MANYPENNY t MILLER, COLUMBUS, OHIO Baring a elrcvltaoa Larger by Several Thousands, Tban any other paper to Ohio, ouliiie of OaodnnaU, orme pacilities FOR ADVERTISING Which oannot fall to bring Quick and Remunerative Returns. To taoie who take adrantage ef them." THE WEEKLY STATESMAN, , Nitrlbuted, aaltl Through Every Poatoffice m Ohio I found In th band of A Large Class of Readers, Who patronage to ralnable.and who Mldom eeethe Dally edition of cltyjonrnile; and u only A LIMITED NUMBER -Of- ADVERTISBMBNTS Ar Interted lo It oolumni, APPROPRIATELY AND HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED, Tbey cannot fall to Attract Attention, a la all LoeallUet. WHOLESALE DEALIERS -'AdrerUilfif In aba Will fla J It adrtogagMtti la rThe Increaso 9 Trade, Wkkb la aJaoatcaitalo tofollowannttemire' JiiMmlna ; Won of a knowledge f thttr Tindne . AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS. AirertUemenle intended for 1 TbekWeekly States iman i it. :w ta. gift 0)xo Statesman Dally, pr rear. M II 00 Tn-Weekl.Deru. too Weekly, per year. 101 "Oh! For an Hour of General Jackson." eon." . A few montba aso. when th nw Vn,v TimtB goeeeeted Ibe deooalnr of tha VtnAmt aid ralead Ibe ory of A Leader wanted," the txoUmatioa which we hare written abore wag quite frequently displayed In newpaper arrlolea. The celebrated proclamation of President Jack oo waa elted a model, aod the pnblio waa Jlrea to understand that " an boar of General aekaon" wonld be more potent than (our reari a a k..v. ti , ... . ... . u. auiiuiu jjiuooin. rr e am not join In tali eilly and revolutionary clamor, for to bare done ao would hare been to hare conspired against the constitutional head of tbe Government, and to hare Invoked a train of erlla worse than the rebellion a nation ia In arm to rmii. w.hm allnded to thla fact aa an Introduction to a mor sel or tne History of Jaokson'a time, which la juu oi practical anggeation. Too muoh cannot be Said in praise of Jackson' nrnnlamt!nn but It waa only one ol tbe means employed to nip nullification In the bud. and defeat the scheme which waa devised to make "John C. Calhoun first President of the Southern Con- teaeraoy." Dontn Carolina passed Its Nullify ing Ordinance Nov. 24th; 1833, whloh declared tbe tariff law of 1828 and tha amendment null. Told and oo w9 nor WndlDK waw, iHoiuoers or oiticena." it pro hibited the payment of duties in that State after February 1, 1833, forbid an appeal from State courts to tbe Supreme Court of tbe United States in any case Involves- the validltrof th nniiir.. tng act; and, furthermore, proclaimed that, 11 uw wutMuumi or toe uuitea states abould attempt to enforce the tariff lawa In any way, "the people of thla Slate will thenceforth hold themselves absolved from all further obliga tion to maintain or preserve their political oon neotion wltb the people of the other States, and wlil forthwith proceed to organize a sepa rate government." The people of South Car olina were almost unanimous in support of tbe measure, and Gov. Hayne issued a proclama tion In the atyle indigenous to the Palmetto State, suggesting that, with a fair field, South Carolina oould whip the combined world. President Jackson, while he sent instructions to the colleoior of the port of Charleston how to proceed In enforcing tbe collection of duties, while he asked and obtained of Congress the needed Increase of exeoutlve powers, while he avowed hia resolve that the boor which brought the news of one aot of violence on the part of the nullifiers, should find Mr. Calhoun a prison er of State upon a charge of high treason, in hia annual message, recommended Congress to subject tbe tariff to a new revision, and to re duce the duties so that the revenue of tbe Gov ernment, after the payment of the public debt, should not exceed the expenditures. Aa Mr. Parlon aaya: "Tbe President here recommend- ea ail, or nearly all, that the oullifiers demand ed." Whether the effect of hia nroelamation. hia precautionary measures, his conciliatory message, or all combined, we find that hefore tbe first of February the day fixed for actual reoeiiion tne leaning nulimers met at Charles ton and DftBSed resolution to tha lnllnwinir a(. ftot " "That, inasmuch as measures were tnn Bend- log in Congress which oontemplatad the reduc tion of dutiea demanded by South Carolina, the nullification of the existing lawa should be post- poueu uuiu aiier. tne aoiournment of wongress; when the convention would re-assemble, and take into consideration whatever measures may have been passed by Congress." ,i. ' What did Congress doT 'It had Only from December to Maroh to deliberate and amV Having clothed tbe President with all tha an- taortty He desired, the members promptly under took the revision of the tariff. Aa early aa the u isBurjuoer, uunan i. vrpunck,of JNew i oik, sopor tea a larirxoui designed to reduce the revenue $1,000,000, and at the same time to protect Bianuiaotnrca. It waa vigorously oppos ed by Henry Clay on the ground that It infring ed tbe " American Policy" on the tariff, and br Daniel Webster, who thought tariff legislation avndlgnified and improper, while South Carolina maintained her threatening attitude. On the 12th of February, Mr. Clay introduced hia cele brated compromise bill for tbe regulation of the tariff, providing for a gradual reduotion. until all dutiea ahooid be reduced to, or below the maximum of twenty per cent. Tnis bill passed toe Senate by a vote of 33 to 16, such Senatora aa Bell, Benton, Clay, Clayton, Dallas, Freling- du)ou, niaioy, ana rv eoster voting tn tbe etnrm atlve. In tbe House ol Representatives the bill was paased by a vote 122 to 65. tnd President Jackson approved tbe measure. This waa the death blew to nullification. Wo do not present thia hlatorv aa a precedent to be foUowed in the case of the present rebel lion, the aed of whioh were sown by Calhoun at that time; but (to contrast the action of Con- greaa in loii wltb that of those to called legis lative bodies, whloh are a miserable apology for A Congress, in 18S2. Under Jackion'a adminia- tration, Congress aet about the work of oioifi- oation with the aame promptness that itooLferred power npon toe resident to meet force with foroe; under Lincoln's administration, Congress has done noihir-c, barrio: tbe reluotant nataatra of the Crittenden resolutions, exoeot to exasner. aietaereoeis ana alienate tne union men of we Houtb. Tbe main objeot or tbe majority haa been to consolidate the South aEioat th General Government, ao aa to change the theory of tbe war and inaugurate a crusade against slavery. Under Jackson, the policy of Congress was to remove all pretext for rebellion; nnder Lincoln, it baa been to furnish the rebels fuel wltb which to feed tbe treasonable flames they bad kindled. Under Jaokaon. ConerMa recognixed its duty to endeavor by all honorable means to avert war; nnder Linooln it has acted aa if Ita first and only duty was to make an end of a local institution, existing by virtue of State law, by tbe means of war. In abort, the Abolition majority in Congress, haa worked, band and glove, with the Secessionists, from th. outbreak of the rebellion to the present day. Uuder Jaokson'a administration, Congress la bored to save the Union; nnder Lincoln'a it baa aougnt, in every possible way, to destroy it. and all hope ot its restoration. The moat Imminent danger whloh threatens the nation, to-day, la not . u . . T jm T . . . . , I iuw inua ut icu. varis, tor mesa can oe over came in the field; but It le to be found in tbe attitude of Congress, whioh, while our soldi era are giving op their Uvea In defense of tha Con. atitution, ia trampling the Constitution under foot It ia true that Congresa has. and can ham. no compromise to bffer to rebels, save their re turn to toeir ngntiui allegiance to the Afaone C&arfa of tbe Republic; but even thla la not of fered, ua tne contrary, we are told by the lead ers In both houses, that the Southern States have no rights under the Constitution no lights of any sort that an Abolitionist ia bound to re aoeot. , So we are drifting away from tha Con. atitution, and downward toward anarchy or dee- poiism. re e are arming toward tbe crisis, when the people of the loyal States must deoide whether thia shaU ba a war to exterminate sla very, throwing the Union and Constitution aside aatblnga that were, or whether tbowarahall cease and tbe independence of the rebel States be acknowledged. Thla is tbe oriaia whloh tbe radioala are hastening by every expedient known to partiamrotary or military strategy. This oiisia, the downfall of the Union, the destruction of tha Constitution, the death tbe KepuDito, can only be averted by a change of polioy on the part of Congresa or rather the choice of new ... Congresa, that shall represent the majority of the freemen of the nation. ' Such Congreea- as the uncondi tional Union men of tbe country oueht to elect. wonld not prosecute' the war leas vigorously; would not treat rebel wrttranr more tendarnn tban Jaokaon would have treated Calhoun had ba committed an overt act of treason; It wonld oat hesitate to compass success by all sonalila timet means; but It would liars sufficient aenae and patriotism to devise some means of creating and strengthening a, Union party in the dia footed State, and so hasten tha time of the restoration of the Coion and tha annramanr Sheriff's Salo." Jame Cherry, Oaardlaa, (to. r. Sldeoa Tandemark at at. Sal by order of Ooort. BY VIRTUE I OF Alf ORDER OF IALJB to me directed from th Court of Common Flea of fh?nkV,n,,, ?hl 1 wl" 0rer t0T '0' the doS Vt the Court Home, In the olty of Oolnabu, oa - Saturday, tbe Hlh day of Jane, A. D.18C2, between th hoar of 10 o'clock e. a. and 4 o'olook p.m., CyOr FrtDkllD, fitftU of (ih n. artrl n.i I and bounded and deeerlbed aa foUowat Io-lot No. oeren hundred and ninety -eight (798), altoat on th north aid of Vrl.nd (treat, and beinz tha m-nnA mii.u ,roaU? J" "e?d etreet.eUty-two and a -... "" hi mguiy-eeren and a half feet north to Ch.rmllav. tin. 7k. ..n 7". -7 XT., feet by 187i feet. . Appraieed at S,3GS. Print. fc.. 50. ' HMA. Bh.r... maylO-.ltAwtd Sheriff's Sale. Wm. B. Duff Common Pleu. I al. B. 0. Prelton i Br vibtce or aw order or sale to m direotad from the Court of Common Umt of Fraoltlln oountr. Ohio. I win nir. tn. .TX": ot th Court Jloute, ia th olty of Oolumbu. Ohio on Saturday, tbe 28tb day of Jnuo, A D. 1862, at en o'clock, ,'., the ronewtag e.:;Bd'1l e. tote, iltuat In th oounty of Iranlclln, a. ,,r unio, to wlu S" l?,"' '-weren and ilxty-nln (67 end 9), In th rlllagof SbadeerUle, being th same that weri onrered to said Solomon O, Preaton by Iaaao Detrali and wife by deed dated September sth, 1859. Appralied at Lot No. 67, 3J0 00. " " ' 8. 660 00. b- . . , .P!01"3 ff ' HUFFMAN, Sheriff. Printer' fee tl. so. ma17-ltdawtd Master Commissioner's Sale. Samuel Parson' Jreoutom . . . . i superior Court. John E. Beyl et al, ) BY rlrtu of an order of eal to a directed, from th Boperior Court of of Vmnklin ,nn. am i JT,7 o? 'or ! t th door of th Oourt Boueel'to thl olty of Oolumbaa, on ' Saturday, the 14th day oT June, A. D. 1862, between the hoar of 10 o'olock a. m., and 4 o'olook p. m., the followinc deieiibed ml .t.t. ... county of Franklin, and BtaU of Ohio, to Witt 1 , roB ii ana eignt, (H) of John and Henry jMlvtalon of lou SoiHifhtf.. "i) nln? y (DO), and nlnety on (91), of Oroeby. addition to out lou wet of Oolnmbui, aa delineated on the plat thereof, reoorded In i rolnm ona, page renty, of the reoord of plat of laid oounty. Appralied at 93(10 each. O. W. HUFFMAN. Printer'. fee. .S0. ter Oommlaeloner. maylO-dltawtd NOTICE. John George Benner, pl'ur. Superior Oonrt, John Clark a J.l. rIyn. def ts J Sif CBat'' TOHJf CLARK and -T. n. Evnxv fj reeident of th Stat ol Ohio, whoae actual place of raidenc la unknown, will take notice, that John Oe one r, of Franklin oounty, Ohh. did, on the 10th day of May, 186H, 111 hi petition uTthe Superior Oourtof -""tuijr, vmo, agamaieaii vurk and arabrn. defendant, (ettiui forth thataairf J. n. v..i tng them to be forged, did, on th 7th and 11th day of : , -, miu puuiuu una ana genuln two rortted deoile. one numnrtlno. iaim. j from eaid Benner to aald John Clark for th oonreranoe k M,?o" P,emle in the petition deoorlbed, and owned " uisuuiorpurporung MM, mortgaze ie? ," eaid pnmlae. exeouted byaaid John Olarkto 2ZX ,i.,.f,t,Lto ean nota ln th Pon d f, ". '? 'ofted; that they wer. filed by laid Brolyn for reoord ln the Beoorder' office S.fi'lkllnJooun'3rL?nl0' ,nd recorded, the one In Deed Beoorde. book 73. n 70. thaatw i. ... 7 jordi, book No. 17, page 69, and praying that iaid two P: ,r. " " oraorea u ne cancelled oa reoord and held for naught. oaia jonn uiark and J. B. Xrelyn an notified that they are required to appear and anewer laid petition on or before th third Saturday after Ih Stth day of Juu --' OTTO HRB8KL, Oolumbn,,0hlo, Hay 13, IW.itwoV"- Master. Conimissioner'fl Sale. ueorg, i,agu. aaa'r., 0onrt of Oonam Martla Bwiokard et al.) ''""'llaoonnty, Ohio. IN punuance ef an ordar of th aald Oonrt to me di rected. I will offer lor eale at nnhlla anaHnn -, tk. door of the Court House, la th olty of Oolumbu, on Saturday, the 14th day of June, A. D. 1862, between the boor of ten o'olock, A. M. and four o'clock t M. th followlna- dewribed real eatate. altnat In th onntyof franklin and State of Ohio, bounded and de oribrd follows; Being a Dart of th aeoond anarter af th lint im. ahlp ead aUleenth range Called State Military land, ucg uuuir; aBTouvyiour poiaa ana , a- una weet or tne narihaaAt nam. f mat A nHi.L. ,hMju .n,k - k dred ana twelr pole; thenoe west eighty pole and 17 6-7 link; theneenorth one hundred and twelr Dolaa to the north line of aald Quarter; thenea eat elchtr Dole 17 6 7 link to th beiinninff. eontalnln ar..i mi one-hilf acre, being th eame premlie deeded by aald vaeuv a.'iu true w aaia owioura. appralied at 130 00 per aore. li. W. HUFFMAN, BherllT, . . and Matter Oommiaakoner, L. J. OarrcaniLD, Alt y. Printer" reeo S4.S0. mayll-dltawtd of it nf Master Commissioner's Sale. ,. Elisabeth forgo. mom . rt. V Oonrt of Common Pleai, Amos M. Hall et al. ) nUo county. PURSUANT TO Aff ORDER. OF Sale, leaned from the Court of Common Plea of Frank- uu piuuv, viuv. ia wic aoQT eniiuea aotton, to me dl vutw, NiMi mm puuiio auoiion, oa Saturday, June 14. 1862. between th hour of 10 o'olock A. Af. and 13 o'olook oi , at tne aoor or tbe Court Houee ot eaid oounty. ln the CUT of Oalnmbaa. tha fnllnartno AmiA (o-wlt- -...riv..ii,i Lot No. 13 of John Morriion' tubdlrlilon of LoU Boa. S. a. 7 fl-nil 3U e jnk. -j..... . l city of Col umbo., rranklla oounty, Ohio. . .... . FBAN0I8 OOLLINB, may.w-dltA.wtd Muter OommtMloner. Sheriffs Sale. B. Wilson 'Cos. 3 page 389. ' Buprior Co art of - Franklin County. TS. W. B CarnelL RT TIBTTTB OF WRIT Of Ft A tn MI JL directed from the abore named Oonrt, I will offer for sal at th door of the Court Houee, In th City yuiuiuuua, uu Saturday, tbe 21st day of Juno, A. D. 1862, at on o'olock, P. M ., the following describe! real estate. wwuair weraoaim, aoo o re or uo.o. towiti LoU No. 5.71 and 78 of B. A. OIunni.it ' H,.i., to th city of Oolonboj. .. .. - Apparised at - - . . ; jjot no. o at S75 ' -- Lot No. 71 at S55. V, LotNo. 73 at C5. - QS0BQ1! W. HUFTMArl,' ' B1MuT of Franklin oounty.Oblo. Printer' fees, St.Jo. , may Sl-dltatwtd Master c Coiaumssioner's Sale. UU W. Qwynn ) Ooart of Oomaoa Pl " William nkinetal.) . Franklin County, Ohle-i Fti PTjRSTJAlfOB or aiw nnriRn na the laid Court to ma dlraotad. I will offer for sale at publlo auction, at th door of th Oonrt Hous tn city oi uoiaabus, on . u Monday the 23d day of June, 1862, between the hour of H o'clock n, and 8 o'clock r. at, the following described real estate, dtuaa la to onty of Franklin and Stat of Ohio, ta wit; bounded and denrlbod a follow: Being lnlot number three hundred and nlneir-one (391 situate on Mound street la the lty of Oolambar. Appraised at lM. - - i, 9. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, , . and Muter Oommlaslmar. ' H. 0. Nerut, Attorney. - ' J Printer4 fee S3 SO. v ; . -r. i UtyWl-eUtaiwtd. - s : : SUPERIOR HOOP SKIRTS. rrtHX Immovable Clasp Hoop Skirt, 1a White, Dark ana saagnnia. aneaioai peneoi exm yet Intro, dueed by a, and for durability uqiurpaaaed, Ladle1 and Mle aw ...it.... 1 ou t -- ' ' it f BAIB Jt BON1, . , ' . i --i . . : ' o 8 Boat4 HeTlt JanlS - OAWTON FliANINEI, DRATFEBS rOR flcnt.. ' ' ? i a BAIN x 0N. - V. .' . .' ".. .-.'-t .. ', T. 1. ' ." : BOHHRTB s-niDBejrTWTAflS, ATID WMHII, aaw rtylea jartahy ,! - Ota-- -lu- BAUI St 01T, ,laprnr - -. waoutbHiabitieiu I ' " AYEE'8K ,l; Sarsaparilla FOR PUMFYEBXr THE BMKLV And for the ipeedy cur f the fellowlnr aoaaplalnbit Hrrofnla and Kertrfvlon Affeetloai.saiela Tumor, Vicar, tKr, Erantloas, Pimple, Pnateale, Mloteka, Bollw, .. Bllu., nl U kla DUaaaaa . v w! , . s'tj lOantira, lndiA Jane, ISM. ' ' J. C. Arm at Co.eOwnmt.X faeL it ay utj to aa. kuowlcdge h.t- yn.m i p-,'"W Vn aoa fo au. Having iukerttad v tjcraO-laua iotaoeioa, I, Uaaa tuBmM from It In urlou w.j lbr year. . AwatiUM tt. buret nut In Ulcer on, any ftaaoe and aM4 foeBeUwe It turnod inward .'and dlatreaeed ate at to atuoiach-. two ywieago It hrokeoutoa mr head aod eorane) my awlp unit earawkh aavra,wbich waa patufai aad. loatiiaaoM heyontt deeoiption, . 1 triad many maUoioeit aararal liraidana but wUboat anrnoli leiW UmamyUtug. In lart, rW dlioraarajnw woi-i t,leti la 4ubd to read in tile, tlowpal Ueawagar the yoaiiM pit-pared an arMratlTe (8anoatlUa), (or I knew fxica yuUL tvpnta tlou thnv.auy thing' yoamade tnoet b gwo..X-iut to Ciii-taaatland wot it, ana need It UU it eared ai, .1 took It, a yon adrla, In email doe of a teeepeenrulbrer a m mlU, and ueed almost three bottlee. Now aud iiaaltby liln noon began to form under the Meb, which after a while fell oQ. My ekln ia now elear, and I know by ny fnliiiga that the dlMee ba goD froa iny:ta. Xou can well believe that I (eel what I am lng when I tell 5 011, that I hold yen to bnof th apoalka-wf the age, ami reiuo.ne.or gratefbJIv. ' - Tonre, ' J ALFBBl) B.TAIXIIT. St. Anthony' Fire, Roaa o Eryatnwlaa, a' utter and Salt Bhtarn, Beald (load, Rlngrrorm, Sore , Drpy. . - ., Dr. Itobert M. Preble write from Salem. V. F.liUh Sept., 1SW, that be ba cured an inveteret cw ol vropiy, which threatened to termlnat ratalir, ey aaa permrerlng nee of our Sareaparllla, aud alto a aangeroua Jtiliunant Erytiotlat hy lann doec of the eamei ay be curee the common Bntptiim try It coBetanUy.. . Droncliocele, Goitre ot? Swell Rmk, Zolmlon Sloan of Protnect. Tna. write! 1 " Three bot tl, i ef tmir Sanuitnrllla cured me from a OiilVw a ald- eoii availing oa th neck, which I bed uObred torn oriir two year." . T.eucorrha or White. Ovarian Twator, uterine Ulceration, fwmal . Dr. J. B. . Channlna. of New York City, write 1 -1 most cheei fully comply with th reqnertof joUTfpaotlu nvlml beta (band nriiurarjarUUW)oxe-Jnt ultemtlre In the nunieron complaint for whkh w employ such a remedy, but eepecmlly lo raial MHni ol tlio Hcroruiou aiauieei. 1 wre cureu nany niTsai 11U ooaea of Lencorrbna by it, and eon where Hie coja lilitlnt wee eaneed liy trforraton of the uterm. The nloar aiinu itaelf wae eoon cured. Nothing within my know! lire equal! It for these female dorangemwau." j hJward 8. Marrow, of Newbury. Ale., wrlten, "A dan gerous ovarian iwnnr on one of the female in my family, iTlildi liftd deged all tbe remedies tve coul aaifioy, haa at k-ngtli been completely cured by yeor Batraot of Sai' eapnrilln. Otir physician thought nothing bnt extirpa tion could olTord relief, but he advleed the trial of your Borsaparllla a the last reeort before eurtins, and It prored effectual. After taklngyour remedj eight weeke no symptom of the dieeaee remalna." . . : u Byphllle aad BlerearUl Dla. Nrw OauuH. 2th Anrust, 1S( Dii. J. C. Aria I Sir, I cheerfully comply with the i- ueet of your agent, and report to you some of the eAecte TO roaru I hate cured with it In air nraettce, most ef tbe oom- olnlnra for which it la recommended, and hare funnd na effects truly wonderful In the eure of I'nterm! rf Afri--Curiul Dimiu. On or my patient, bad Syphilitic nkw In ble throat, which were consuming hia palate and the top of his moutb. Your Bamparilla, eteadlly taken, cured him lu fit week. Another was attacked by eeo oudary symptoms in lih nose, and the ulceration had eaten away a conelderaUe pert of It, oo that 1 baiter the disorder would eoon reach hie brain and kill bim. But it yielded to my Administration of your Barsaparillet tha ulcere lien lea, ana lie n weu again, not oi course wivbuhi some disfiguration to his bee. A woman who bad beau treated for the earn disorder br mercury waa Mfierlog from thia poieon in her bone. They had beoosae ao sea- eltive to tbe weatner tuat on a aamp aay an lunerea ea ernciatiag pain ia bar joinU and booe, at too, wae cured entirely by your Sarsaparilla. In a v .vreeka. 1 know from Ita formula, which your agent-tare- ate, that thia F reparation from your laboratory awet be a great remedy: consequently, thee truly remarkable results wltb It here not surprised , ' C' Fraternally yonrs, jl. Y. LAJtlMKB, M. v. RbeamatUna, Goat, IJver Coaaplalat. I.TDipnniEHCr., Preston Ccs Va., 6th July, UN. St. J. C. Arnt: Sir, I bar bwa afflieteal wltb a peJn ful chronic Rhaanatim tot a long time, which baffled tr- skill of pbyaician, and stack to me In spit of all the -mnediee I oould find, until I tried yoar SareaparrU. One boUia cared me in two weeke, and restored my general health ao much that I am far better tuaa before I wee attacked. I think it a wonderful nudiruie. J.JfKMAM. Julee Y. Oetchell, of St. fconts, rrrites I ? J bare been afflicted for year with aa afftctimntf- Me' giaer, whkb divtroyed my liealth. I Med errry thing, and erery thing ailed to relief me; andl hare been a broken-down mau for some year from no otbe cans tban aVi oWytawal e.r the. Liver. My beloved pastor, tbe Ber. Mr. Kapy, advised me to try your Sareaparllla, because he aald be knew you, aud any thing you aiadewe worth trying. - By tbe Meet ing of uod it lias cured roe, and be so purified my blood as to make a new awn of ma. I foal young, againi Th beet that can be said of yoa ia not bail good enough." Schlrrua, Cancer Tumor, Enlargement, . ririceratlon, Carle and JExfollatioa or -the Bon- . A great rarlety of caste hare been reported to ns where cures of these formidable complaint bar resulted from the use of tbie remedy, but our epic here will not admit them. Some nf them may be found in oar American Almanac, which tlie agents below aaned are pled to furnish gratis to all who oall for them. , .i . Dyapepaia, Heart Dleae, Fit, Epilep sy, Melancholy, Neturalejia... Many remarkable cures of that anacUoneiare bun made by the alterative power of thia medlciue. It sUmu latee the vital functions Into rlgorou action, aud tliue overcome disorder which would be supposed beyond tat reach. Such a remedy haa long been required by th ne cessities of tbe people, end w are eoatdenUbat tale will do for them all that mediclue can do. j. yon the bafid -Cubb or ' Congha, Cold, Influenza," taoarfen, Croop, Brouchttle, Iuolplen em attmptlon, and for the HeUaf . or Conanmptlre Patient -- la adrael Stagea of the Dteae. , This Is remedy eo nnlreraallr known to surras anr other for the cure of throat aad lung complaint, et U is useless ber to publish the TUeuce of lu virtue. Its unrivalled excellence for cough and eolde, and It truly wonderful cure, of pulmonary dleeea, baiw mad It known thrvughout die clvlliied nations of tht earth Few era the communities, or even (emilk, aaaeng them who hare not some personal experieac of HaireU om living trophy In their mldst-ef It rictoryorer tbe subtle and dangeroo sordera of tbe threat aad lung. At all know th dreadful ataiity of these disorder, and aa they know, too, the effect of tbf remedy, teawejd not do mora than to aesare them that it kaa now all th rlr tu ea that It did have when making tbe cores which bar won so strongly upon th confidence of mankind. '; Prepared by Dr. J.C. AYXB &t CO, Lowell, Xaai. aad for sal by O. ROBERTS, Oolombn, aad by all dealer! hi medicine everywhere. April 16, lB0S-datwowly . .. ; ia r SELTZER APERIENT, This valaalle aad popular lladtebu ba watrrally re . .: j eeired the molt farorabl reoommepdatlow th.tr.Mn&L P .tarn, mwtA , V,. 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''u. utvifa net ie: It b la the foraa of a Powder, carefully pat ay to bottle ,, ., eep u any oumata, ana merely requiree, , i water poured upon It to produce - ' - a delightful efferrescent '"- i i. l - ti-,' u wataaai. j 'Numerous' teittmonlala from pnfestonal and otbai gentlemen of th hlihest (tandioy totoafboae aae-eoaa-try, aad Us staadllylacrsaator ponulariiy fa a earn of year, tronla gaarant It eiliowy and ralnatte, ohaa. aeter, and ommnd It to in arorani auqc pr aa In telligent public ... -. ' ; y ' "rj i. enftctared ooly by' '.'' J't' TARRANP t!t CO;, jSo. 278 Greonwlci Bt.t coV.TTsjraa St, AND FOB BALI BT DH.CCHJISXS MNIBALLF. AprURlB6-dwly . Cr&zbezxieal Cnurbcnlcj e tmi9. OHA!fBEHfliE9, If iOOO ovi 1 0KDB,-a eoailgosMat. rwsaiswfBy 1 T"? iil Hiiii a.i ' aCLrToUili4. "