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. JIONPATf EVE5IN0,; APRIL J5,
18CI.
WAR! WAR!!!
.
The PvWai ha. issoeJ nia prociamauoo
calling oa tbesavarai juuoi im
" . r - ruin man tA enrnrpMa u n 11
BU1UB torw . , r
ful eebitrtionlMjrtecutehe law. ot
United State In bis prxismation, the Freei-
Jest arpeal l all loyal ciUxw. to participate
aid hi. -effort maintain Ih.
integrity or tbe Ntiouai union, auo per
petaity of our popnUr GoTercment, and redress
wiMgaloBg euoofiU endurea " me procia
mation w a , j.ued 6d . yciterdy taunaay
under the.preaanro of transpiring events, ana
Itamnot appear, ftom the document, tnat
Cabinet naa aeciaea won me VuiV
object . of tbj. draft ot 75.UUU men. ntsintima
ted that "tAe nri fenuw jiyne -
preoatly hi fn Yrjioiieti IA f" rtn
trf., a.tx 6a seixwl fttm IA L rnaa
ter thii service i. perfovtpea, wBat is la reserve
for tie troop. floe3 not appear, we presume
the various Stale, will respond at once, and
President Lincoln will have all tbe lorce.
.aka for brmrhat then? Can tbe 75,000
retake Fort Sumter? We do not think they
: and If they were able to accomplish that object,
would it be worth the blood spilled in the
and all the sad const qnenoea that would Inevi
tably follow? , ,
The President ha. aluo In hi. proclamation
called a .pecial session ol Congress, to assem.
bhsoathe 4ihofJaly.' Howishe to support
fpl'u'tMr tbreeof 75,000 men from thi.
until ConcreM meeUt la our judgment,
President would hate done well if he bad
fined bi. proclamation to the assembling of
extra session of Congm., leaving to the discre
tion and jodgment;of tbe people, representative.
the responsibility of inaugurating measure,
eet the preeent emergencies.
We are indeed la the midst of fearful limes,
and do man know, what a day may bring forth.
The people are destined, we fear, to reap
most bitter fruits, as the final result of the
agitation on the .la very question, which
has, after 'many year, of strife and contention,
brought ni to the forge of destruction aa a
L: tT The opening of the bids for the $4,109,000
is) Treasury note., on Thursday, the 11th
wa delayed by Secretary Cmsi until
o'clock in the evening. It is supposed that
was dost to giro room for as ouch competition
a. possible." , The bids exceeded tbe amount
quired by about $469,000, at rate, varying
par to 0J27. premium It is said than the
expected a much livelier eompeti-
tiowe I.-....-" - J:.'' r
" In glancing over the bids, we see that tbe
of Commerce, of New York, pot In a bid
13.500.000 atlpari and P, P. Pitchltnsi" (by
aistant Secretary of Treasury for tbe benefit
the Choctaw Indians) a bid for tbe same amount
klaoat par. ' ' ",, .,
The War News.
.The reader will tad the Charleston war
under ita, appropriate head. Some allowance
neat bo saade for tbe reports by telegraph.
it be true that Major Aaniasoii and hi. command
ailed for New York, it will not be long
we ahall bavo, through tbe pres. of that city,
detailed account of the assault on Sumter
ittoarreoder, from those who were actor, in
drama."-'- ' ' -4 ,! .J J.
,"" ' i 'i i s i::-m---
UTThe Jettrsial cannot refrain from exposing
Its rank sectional feeling and hatred of the
of alavery. It declares that the
will end Isj," tbe triumph of freedom and
ol slavery and that "whether tho Union
be maintained or not, slavery perishes in
eonfliot. It is opinion, and feeling, of
character,, that predominate la' tbe mind,
tbe majority of Republicans, which have brought
trar country to tho verge of ruin. All who
neb sentiment, are traitor, to their eountry
enemies of the anion of the States.
W " '4 m-t-m. I
ILTTie present Is a'tlme CAlIiog for the
else of prudence and caution in both speech
otioa. . . ilen will differ about the policy of
Adtninlstration, In what it hu done and wbayt
propose to do; and the indulgence of crimina
tion.and recrimination, wlll ierve oo
purrase. Belter keep cool on all .idea.
w BT Th WW A w,i el who were ao proficient
In drill last fall, and ao ready to display them
tjrlvfa on pirade duripB; the last campaign,
now have an opportunity to tntrr tbe acrvice,
Vi'e ti ' ? it ttioy will all re, 1 to the call
tbs TreBidcnt, and henre tlie c'linplimefit
men rrnired (7.r,000) will be made np at once.
Civil War—The End in View.
)
I .
wbioU . Wa8binoto and all tbe patriot ana
(Utestnen of our Uuited Republic have warned
at, while entreating na to beware ofgeographi-
dlgtlnolloM ,nd ,totioua, differences. But
.,,... u ...d th...
i uuu uibiiocuuds qair uu '
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of
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me
mbta ,hat AiiltM Clmti it WM (0 .mbigoou.
ui that the ..much in the a.rk ..
j,
yet I
,ue 1
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At
that
ne
men
can
a
time
tho
con
an
to
the
.ec
tional na-
Inst.,
.even
this
re
. from
Ad
ministration Bank
for
Ai-
of
new.
If
I n 1 vl I ! T'U -1 .nt nil
M, fearfu,0lhlnitT wblch ean befall 4 nation
mi a L ti l . A .atrial
U npon oa. That great evil has como, afloat
yvH)ww
mnerences aggravoisu, uui mw ...
blow baa been given, and a aeotlonal war inao-
.j - , . .V - .
L ' .. i.:v " . n,A tn(ft
,olhftf Anril.
....... " . tti.
"
... d , .v. 0n which
w. iw clorv
I. ni.V.VU. ' V UI"J " " " - J 0
the American name is departed, and with it
tT
'"'
?i. .,i r..
i greaioees ana proe
ourselves for untried 1
niuet urcu.ro vunniniur -'"-"'
wenw-fct privation. sufferlDg, heavy
P 6
th breaking np
and for evil. .11 Ike more fearful,
V VVUHH-
because undefined and terrible.
... . .
It is now oo time for recrimination ana onuse.
Ztaiatters little whether the Government or the
teeeseion forces fired the first gun. Both claim
led the right to occupy Fort Sumter one
hastening to Its relief in order to retain iu pos
eseion; the other was determined to prevent
such a movement, which it regarded as an act
oihostllitv. The United States Government.
under the Administration of Abraham Lincoln,
ostenaiblv attemntintr to nrovislon the car-
stensmty attempting , provision me gar-
in Fort Sumter, which it had a legal and
rison in Fort Sumter, wb
constitutional light to do,
itutionai iigDt io ao. a remsisDce, oume
. ,1.. :t. . ii.., .i.i.t
i .i t. tin n , ,i i ,
olutlonary; it was rebellion But the bombard-
ment opened on Fort Sumter, on the 12th
April, was not the first overt act o( revolution
or rebellion which the secessionists had commit.
ted. During the four mouth, preceding
bombardment, they had committed a series
of such acta in each of the seven seceded States,
both before and after the Republican Adminis
tration came into power.
From the time that Lincoln knew (or a cer
tainty that he was elected President of the Uui
ted States, be and tho men who most actively
promoted hi. election knew just as certainly
that the country was in a state of revolution
ft CU "felliou f
less the revolutionists were conciliated or con
quered, continue to be committed. The policy
ol the Buchanan Administration was to concill
ate; it cannot be told what the policy of
Lincoln Administration Is whether to concill
ate by concession and compromise, or conquer
bT fire gWord. Though the country was
tbe midst ot a rcoei ion, wmcn ne couia
s j ' j . I c r
gwyeu w.vu vtu uuv .urj, ,a ior oi era-
anti0Bt p.egident Lincoln would not .peak
these words before his Insunaral addreses
what tbe Dew Administration designed to
M before, fjor j,ive tbe o-adcj at Washing-
ton been mme 0itt .iDCOi in .e,pnn0 t0
urgent .pd .imoet despairing entre&tie. for
indicition ol the policy of the new
ministration
ibt Administration b.is, as wo have .aid,
Bd ecnstitntional right to provision
gamter. Bat tbe exercise ol a legal and const!.
tutional right aiy not be at ail times politio
txu iwnfiibie. The motive wl'.h which
i ooetije deaigo or end aimed at, is
determine. It. true character. Many deeds
performed every day which infringe no law
comtitntlon, and yet are a. intrinsically
nal a. tbe open commipsion ol' murder or
bery.
The secessionist, or revolutionists declare
openly that they bare dissolved their connec
tion with the Federal Government; that
hare set up an independent Government,
mean to maintain it, If need be, at the point
the bayonet. Now what doe. onr present
Government mean to do with this imptrlum
in imperio this sovereignty within
tj? For what purpose and with what
does it seek to retain Its bold upon fort,
seoeded States? Poei it Intend by the
arm of military force to reduco these State,
subjection?
It has not said that such Is Its policy.
it said so when it first came into power,
shortly afterwards, though Union men
have lamented that no compromise bad
attempted, they would, notwithstanding,
most to a man, have rallied to the support
ao Administration which had taken an
manly and patriotic stand to pat down rebellion
and vindicate the law. and honor of our common
country. But Instead of tbla, the Administra
tion baa been paltering, hesitating it has
no policy it saj. it want, to retain
Southern fort., but for what purpose Is not
If it mean, to coerce or conciliate,
it should fay so. The secreey it ha.
concealment it sedulously
so such like tho mystery that
around the court, of eastern despot. it
JaeU proof that ita ends are not such, and
policy not that which will bear to be revealed
full to the American people and tbe world.
Tbe Administration does not intend to
down revolution by force or conciliate it by
if it did, Scwaid and Chase
have the manliness to ay so. No: the
intention I. to aggravate tbe secession move
ment by pretending to oppose it; to cause
Border Slave State, to secede, and thu.
about, with o'vil war a. th. means, the consum
mation of tbe long concealed, revolutionary,
(reasonable, Republican-Abolition conspiracy
tbe final separation of the slaveholdlng from
non-nlaveholding State..
a
and
the
in
tUiaUem war
de
feat the
tbi.
of
bold
and
exer
and
tbe
good
ean
of
of
tTThe Republican, do not wish to conciliate
the Bjrder Slav States. Every movement
th Administration and the leading politician,
of the party look, to a division of tbe
This being so, snd such being their object,
precipitate the country Into civil war?
not atone take measures for an amicable
peaceful separation? . Why raise armies and
t war, when tbe object intended can tre eo
attained in another way? . Can any sensible
Republican answer these questions satisfactor
ily?.. . :
CTTbe Democrat and conservative men
tbe North are in favor of tbe Union and for
adoption of such peaceful and constitutional
measure, a will prceVve It. Tbe Republican,
are for the dissolution of the Union by driving
off the Border State, tod precipitating
meaturi. as will inaugurate civil war,
thus permanently separate and divide tbe coun
try. f--. - r . r. - ' . 1. ,.
HT Io the mas. of our telegraphic dispatches,
there is, of courso, much that rfuet be received
with great allowance. ' The associated pres.
prone to play npon Ihe credulity of the people
The Interview of Pooola. with Lincols i.
eourse exaggerated. ' '
President Jeff. Paris' ealary is i&.OOO.aod
the member, of the Southern Congress
inemseive. omy Jjuu per year.
The Secession of Arizona.
oeaeo,anaunnea iw tuu..
Southern Confederacy. This region U as yet
of rery little coount. f Kept for its mining fa-
cilitlee. which are ptoapectiyely rer, great. It
extends tothe Gulf of California, and should
State
though still an unorganised territory, bag i
I
- -
i
of
l
and
I -
lit
I
ArlzonMhe "territory acquired bv tuo United
front Mexico uncle the Gadsden treaty,
- -
-
ne Sonore ana mww wiuornm, "J -
cuuiuiuuu nut uui i -
that Gulf, but also the peninsula between the
Gulf and the Pacific, and a corresponding line
Mt an the Paoifio.
New Mexico He. between Arizona andTexas,
it. .ecftseion, which is an event altogether
wobable, would extend tho eeoeded
territory
from the Gulf of Mexico to
. gouther ,
the Ptcifio Ocean.
Tbt. will cl ho Southern Confederacy, should
.. ..... 1 1 .L.
be able to maintain It. independence, the
. . , l.!.t.
vantage grouua ,n m.a.ng .4u..
from Mcxic0i . Thog w,u b.
seen, there Is a secession game in me .auvowrai
. . f . I . I
to be blocked, or the Southern Confederacy will
soon aesume glgantio proportions in that quar
ter. : ' ',
[From the Indianapols Sentinel.]
Latter Day Politics.
the city, weut to the Frefideut tor an expiana
knd to tto.. XbfnrZrt iVS
"
I
j
of
and
the
in
navel
and
do,
tbe
some
Ad
a
Fort
or
an
what
are
or
crimi
rob
they
and
of
Fed
eral sove
reign de
sign in
to
Had
or
would
been
al
of
open,
an
nounced tbe
dis
closed. ob
servedthe IV. frrvrn a letter Of Hon. G. W. JuliftD,
tho Republican member of Congress from the
...,rn, .u.trict." an abstract showing up some
.h. k..ntia ol -'Utter dav nolllics." The
I Ul IUC uui.""" - . .
sketch develops the weakness ana vacillation oi
-.-"r- ... . Jl,l.
"bouest 010 Aoe, u. uuyu..j -u-
- that..lic. are twisted out of
,n" the "arrangemenU" by which fat
rositiODS are tecurea. bo one ciu pmuu m.
it.t.m.nt thmit csrulnc to HiecoBoiusion iu.
the President Is a weak, irresolute man, without
? , , f the c(mnt
i,. .,iia. or the Question, at issue! We ask
our Republican friends to read an intelligent
Republican', opiulon of the Itepnblican I rest
dent, and one, tuo, who woul.l naturally syra-
nathize with the radical view of the ''hero of
the prairie land:"
Th nrntracted controverav which has been
going on nt-re auou. iue appuimiacut ui vuuimm
sioner of Patent, was closed on Wednesday by
the confirmation of Mr. Holloway. The history
of this case is a little remarkable, and if fully
written would prove highly interesting to the stu
dent of latter day politics. I can only give
few facts, out of many wnicn x nave garnered
Knm pdliAhlA auurcea.
p.. i in this month, a virtual tender of the
office of commissioner was maue iu ir. .-uks,
t Km H.mrHhire The telecrAuh so announc
ed, and Mr. r ogg ana bis iriena. so unoersiooa
it. He returned to New Hampihire in tbe full
...ir.nr-e that tbe oilice wa. dis. in me mean-
ilm th Secretarvot tho luterlnr warmly ore
ed the President to nominate Mr. Holloway.
Mr. Lincoln did not want to oo it, out sucn sp-
peab and representation. weremade to him as
noaiiy w inuoca unu . ocu iu ..... y
n.niH. ' - .
-- moi f ,:. ,h,nao, IUa nm
Intlk ihe countrt bv surprise. Mr. Foea
Mneciallv astonished, and, o.t returning to
ga lbat tDe President regretted the nomination,
Bd was anxious to recill it. Hi. atxietv wa
incrcasea by tne active aeraouiiranou. oi iogg
n,t hla friends, and bv fuller information as
bi. duty. The friends of Mr Holloway, tinaing
his position insecure, rallied with mucn leah
Tha President was ereany perptexeu, auu al
ternated between the contending lorce. more
tban once be resolved to recall the nomination,
but each time was prevailed upon to reconsider
hi. purpose. '
Meanwniie noiu parties were muonng mo
the Senate, which vet bad to pass npon the ques
tion. At first a aeciaea maoruy oi senators
stood opposed to tbe confirmation. Action upon
it was lor several dav. suspended, in the hope
that the President would relieve tbe Senate from
the necessity of acting. Tbe business ot elec
tioneering Senator, still continued, and
frixnds of Mr. Hollowav were found In quite
titnatn relations
witn uemccratio senator..
Senator Bright, in particular, wa. quite sealous
for tne connrmauon. i on rresiueus uunu
tormined that, however much be might regret
the nomiuat'oi, be could see no way out of bi
dilemma, rxcept through the action of the Sen
ate upon the case. Tbe session neared iu close,
and several Republican Senator, who at first
declared against the confirmation, finally
the somewhat delicate task of voting
against tbe President. Several Senators who
at first were among the fiercest of the opposi
tion, at last acquiesced, in virtue of certain ar
rangements by which fat Examtnershipg were
ecured to their particular friend.. So that when
at the end of a struggle of two weeks, the case
was brought to a final determlnttlon, the nomL
nation ot the President wa. confirmed.
I have do time for comment.. It will hardly
fail to be regarded a. one of the strangest polit
ical dispensation, of tbe nineteenth century.
a Patent Commissioner ought to be a good law
yer, a man of large and peculiar intellectual
gilts, and of rare scientific tastes and attain
ment., and if the country contain, any men
thi. description, then the nomination of. Mr.
Holloway was eminently not "fit to be made.?
"The archives of the Patent Office," lay. th
New York Times, contain many strange con
trivances schemes of perpetual motion, plans
for tbe generation of power out of nothing,
what not; but there I. no invention that ean quite
ta lr ran a- with the art of translormiot? Dettifoe-
ging lawyer., rural editor., and backwood. poll
tician. Into competeni juugea oi me suDueues
pur and applied science-"
hang,
ertma
its
io
put
con
cession; would
covert
the
bring
for
tbe
of
why
Why
and
go
eas
ily of
the
.ucb
snd
U
of
voted
By thejport of tbe Select committee
Lunatic iJftgland and Wales, recently pub
liahed: it ioDears that there were in all the asy
lums in the two countries, 35,993, being an
creajis of 645 over the previous year, and or la,-
381 in fifteen years From ihee figures it ap
pear that 1 in every 600 of the population i.
tbe asylum Tbe report condemn the practice
of .ending criminal lunatics to tbe common asy
lnms. ana. in accordance with their suggeetioo,
a building to be devoted especially to tbi. claa.
i. now in process oi erection, at uroaamoor,
Surrey. " ' ' 1 '
Minority PatsiouNT In 1824. Mr. Adams,
who was in minority of 141,420, and who
much leas than half of the TjopuHr wotej
looted bv the House of Representative. '
1844. Mr Polk was elected bv the people,
wu in minority of 24,119. In 184t), General
Tavlor wa. elected. lie was In a minority
151.768. In 1856 Mr. Buchanan, wa. elected
H. wnain a minority of 377.649. In 1860,
Lincoln was elected. lie was In a. toinorlty
946,950 of tbe popular vote. , (
Maaaito Out or thai Family. w ieard,'
few evenings .Ince a young gent make the above
observation. We thought it a very odd expres
sion at tbe time, but certainly the fact. In
case, as detailed by bim, tbore ana men, justi
fied tha remark. His mother died hi. father
again married; his father then died and
JTj t t.J. I -.na tin., ltrjir.lt
wiuow again marriou, uuuow uu .
married out of the family. Great eountry
or at least It was "played out" now. Mts-
burgh Sun. ' ,i ;,
PorrjiiATiort or New Mixioo. By the return,
made by the assistant marshals, tbe entire pop
ulation of New Mexico I 94,078, including
Pueblo Indians, who number 1,610 The value
of the real estate i. given at 6 468,372,
the personal property at $ll,636,276-making
total of $18 104,648, exclusive of th possessions
of the Pueblo Indian, which amount to the
Of $1,802,580.- ' ' ' '
Dr. Durbln, tbe great Methodist orator,
once a'tempted to preach a sermon from
txtRemember Lot, wife," and mad
fallur. Afterward, remarking to Dr. Bond,
that he did not know . tbe reason of hi.
ure, the venerable doctor replied tbat be ,Mnaa
better hereafter let other people', wive, alone."
Nw Livrsroot ANn CiufaLifiToi" SmuSHir
Link. The citizens of Charleston have sub
scribed over $300,000 to establish a line
.teamabip. between tbat city and Liverpool,
that lens than .r0 (UI0 more is required. It
"stated that th ilrsfvcaecl will leave Llverprol
for Charleston direct about the middle of
to be followed by a second about the' 1st
August,
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
ADJOURNED SESSION.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, April 13, 1861.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The House bills 478 .rid 394. with lh nanrl
Ing Senate amendments, were referred to the
committee on Municipal Corporation., and H. B.
391, with the pending Senate amendment, wa.
referred to the committee on Sohool.aud School
L.nda. i
; Mr. BALDWIN, from the Select committee
to whom were referred certain petition. relating
to the settlement, of tho estate, of deoedenta,
reported.
ti n, 4841 -To amend th. Iin raUtlnn- to
escheated lands, wbioh wa. read the first time.
Also, H B 385 Providing tr the survey of
mines, which wa. read a first time.
Mr. ANDREWS introduced II. B. 486 To
amend the City Incorporation Act whioh wu
rssu tus nrst time.
Mr. ROBINSON r.ff"rl tha fnllnmlnv miw.
i.. .i 1. 1 . ...
iiiviuu, wuicn wa. adopted: '
-' IU WUIVU , I MW W nWlttHVUf
it is or shall be made the duty of the Board of
tV.Ul! MP I . ....
1 n.t .11 ...... In kl.V k l ... -T.. t!
i uunu rr oras w pas. upon claim, against tbe
State, it .hall be the duty of the Attorney Gen-
cri iu aw witn tne Board ot rubiio work, in
tbe leasing of the same..
S. B 286-For the protection of fish wu
read tbe first time.
II. B. 305 Relating to the circulation of
notes oi speoie-paylng bank., wltb tbe senate.
amendment -wa. referred to Mr. Wood, u
Select committee. ,
S. J. R. 118 Relation to a Uniform ourrencv
and weight, and measure. wa. referred to the
committee on Federal Relations.
II B. 461 Relating to blackbird., with the
pruning amendment. wa. r el erred to rar
Wocd as a select committee
II. B. 460 In relation to the State House
with tbe Senate', amendment wa. referred to
the committee on State Buildlnc ..
The Judioiary committee reported back II. B
423 Relating to asaienmente, with an amend
ment to the Senate, amendment, which wa.
agreed to veu 53.
Tbe same committee reported back H. B. 462
To provide for real estate Indexes when it
was indefinitely postponed.
Mr. BLAKESLEE, from the select commit
tee to whom wu referred H. B. 482 Relating
to appeal, in tbe District Court. reported tbe
time back, when tbe bill wa. read a third time
and passed yeas 62, nays 0.
On motion of Mr. ANDERSON, H. B. 486
wa. read a second time and referred to the com
mittee on Municipal Corporations.
Mr. REE3, of Morrow, from the Select com
mittee to whom was referred H B. 436 For
the erection ol the township of Muskingum in
Washington county, reported the same back and
recommended its passage, which wa. agreed to,
when tbe bill was set for a third reading on
Tuesday next.
Mr. HILLS, from the Select committee to
whom was referred H. B. 474 Relating to tbe
distribution of tbe law., and journal., reported
the same back and recommended its passage,
when the biil wa. set for next Tuesday.
The House then adjourned. -
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, April 15, 1861.
to
tbe
in
If
of
Tbe following bill, were read second time,
and referred as follow.:
H B 479 Making appropriation for the
maintenance and repair of tbe publio works for
the three last quarter, of the fiscal year, and for
the first quarter of 1862. Committee of tbe
Whole. ..... i
II B . 480 Supplementary to the act. in force,
relative to th assessment and taxation of prop
erty according to It true value In money. Ju
diciarv. ' ' j...
- H B. 481 To amend tho first section of the
"not concerning the relation of guardian and
ward," passed April 12, loos. Judioiarr.
S. B 286 To provide for th protection of
Fisheries on tbe Sandusky river Mr. woods
SB' 292 Supplementary to "an act regu
lating marriages," passed January t, tew, ju
dio'urv -
H B 456, H.B 475, andS.fi. 950, wer each
postponed till to-morrow.
Mr. ROBINSON, from tbe committee
Claims, reported npon th claim of William
Jameson, for making sale, of land, for the Stat,
in Marion conntv, recommending that bebe paid
f IUU, and tbe quieting Of oeriain title, to land
wblcb wa. egmed to.
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, offered the fol
lowing resolution, which wa. referred to the
committee on Finanoe:
Reeottud, Bv th General Antmblu the State
of Ohio, That the Auditor of Stat be, and he
hereby authorized and required to examine Into
th claim of Jame. fuiiman, a executor
the last will and testament of William Dunn,
deceased, for taxes improperly paid, a he says,
on survey 12,166, original entry, by Samuel
Smith, in Union couuty, Ohio, containing 600
acre, and if he finds the claim just, that he an
dit and pay the same, under th provision,
Sec 6, of th Sot of March 14, 1831, entitled
"an act to provide for tht ul of land forfeit
ed to th State for tbe non-payment of taxes."
On motion of Mr. VUKia, tn House resolv
ed itself into committee of tn Whole, on the
General Appropriation bill Mr. Vorla in tbe
chair. :
After om time spent In the consideration
thereof, the committee rose and reported
progress, and asked leave to sit again, when
l ne iiouie twa was.
oi
on
in
DkaiATtD to thc Sodth It 1. dated that
twenty of the rank and file of the army left
Washington on Thursday for Montgomery,
the purpose or enlisting in me oontnern army
Tneae desertions maae an aggregate ui
hundred and eighty army recruit, for the
Southern government from the federal capital
einceithey nave been ttauonea mere ny uen
Soott. ? - . r ; . '
! '-The only war that the opposition to
Democracy were ever known to be In favor of,
civil tear. If onr present dlffioultie. were with
England, France, Mexico, or some other nation,
tha Republican, wonld exhaust the language
denouncing it; bnt aa it is with our own people,
their "cry i. still for war."
in
had
Thi Bio Bait. Our reader, will be glid
hear that th. mammoth baby Is .till prospering.
It now, at tbe age of ten month., weigh, but
hundred pound., and measure, eighteen inches
aronnd the leg, and 10) lnehe. around tbe arm.
We challenge any city in tne w eet w nwai wis,
Springfield (Ill.) Journal.
ot
Mr.
of
. Tax Wat to 8av Tun Union Million.,
North, a. well a. 8outh, don't think a Union i.
worth saving that oan only be saved by mortar.,
columbiads, flying artillery, .bell., etc. Tbe
Union, is to obev the law.
and constitution not . r "'' ' 'ipotred It
Y. Express.
the
bi.
thi.,
the
and
a
: The census of Missouri give, a total popu
lation of 1,173,317, of which 1,005,36ft are
whites, 2,983 free oolorea perton., ana ii,oa
.laves. ' ..
In Portland, on Monday, a horse put hi.
hoof through a lady', hoop skirt, and to extri
cate it three men were required to bold the
horse and two to hold the lady.
IT All should read Prof. Wood'n ndTertise-
mentin another column. ' u i .
GUERNSDY'O DALLI!
1 , :
sum
"
th
of
.0
is
of
... . OrrK or Cotowaos Oas Lioiit It Com Oo.
" Counties, Obio, April 11, 1861.
THE ANTJL ITtEEriNO OP THE
Stodtholders of this Company will be held at their
Office. In the City of Oolnmbns. en MONDAY, IHB Hi
DAY 0 APHIL, lWit, at o eioca r . .
apll-dtd. . W. I. MILLS, secretary
. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
I HAVE .THIS ASSOCIATED
wMi me, In tho Grocery bzza.. Mr. ADAM
NBISWKNDf R. The business will hereaurn ??a
ducted under the Srm nans of Ivmih as Ndswrntsta, it
lb Old Stand, No, SO Worth Plgb. street. i
,. ,- , 0. 0, SIMINQ.
; Columbus, April 10, J8l-irll:dlw . "
;..A OAnD.";;
H'alviwn THIS DAY "OLt OUR
Stock of Groceries to Mr O. S. tEMINfl, w theer
fully recommend him toe-w ell patroneand friends. ,
' ' THOS. WALKi.lt S0.
Ooltunbus, March 981a, lbl.-anl-dtf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
OonntotlnfatOreitllns with tbe PITTSBURGH, H.
WAYNB at OHIOAQO RAILKOAIT-
Tor ruitbwrgH, Philadelphia and BdUimar: Alto
or Tart Wayne and Chicago.
OoaneoUnx at Cleveland with the LAKE BH0B1 BAIL'
ROAD
For Dunkirk, nnffalo, Albany Boe-
lon, ma a new orn.
THREE TRAINS DAILY;
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
from Oolnmbni, In eonneotlon with Trains on tht
LITTLE HIIAmi " AND COI.TJMBfJB
AND AKH1A HAlEiHUAVS.
FIB8T TRAIN.
NIOHT EXPRESS. Leaves Oolnmbni at 3.40 AM I
will leara passengers at all tetlou south ot Gallun,
top at Delaware. Aaniey, uaraingion ana uueaa, ana
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9.45 A. M., Dunkirk 3:as r. Ai. Bunaio o:ur.
Albany 5:00 A. M., New York 1U:30 A. M.. Bolton 4:3U
P. M., Plttibnnrh via Oreitline 3:20 P. M , Philadel
phia Chicago via Crentllue at 8:20 P. M.
SKOOND TRAIN.
NIW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Oolnmbus at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, Delaware, uardingion,
Oallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and
Grafton, arrive at Cleveland at 3:25 p. m.; Dunkirk,
9:00 n. m.t Buffalo. 111:25 n. a : Albany. H:45a. m.
NewYotk, 2:30 p. m.; Boston, 4:40 p. m.i Pittsburgh,
Mi Crestline. 8:50 n. m.: Philadeloh la. Uon-
neotsat Shelby for all points on Sandusky, Mansfield At
Newark 11. K., norm ot sueiuy.
THIRD TRAIN,
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 3:20 n. m. Will stun at all stations South ol Bhelhy,
and at New London, Rochester, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea: arrive at Cleveland at 9:10 D. m. i Dunkirk,
S:S0a. m.: Buffalo. 4:20a. m.: Albany. 3:30 D. m.i New
York, 0:30 p m.i Boston. 11:45 p m.J Plitsburgh, Ufa
Crestline, at 8:10 a. m.; Philadelphia, Con
nects at Bhelbj for all Dolnti on Sandusky, Mansheld k
Newark uaiiroad.
Patent Sleemnflr Can are run on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston.' 1 1 J- 1
Baooaat Cheekut Throuah to Xio Tnrh and Boston
via Vievtand; alto, to Philadelphia and
Ao Xorkvla Orettline, ; , .
. RETURNING. . ...
Nlolit ltnimi arrlTM atCnlumbuS at... 11:45 P. M.
Cincinnati k'xnress " " " 11:10 A. M.
Accommodation, ' " 8:10 P.M.
Fare a. Low aa hy any other Ilouto.
Atk for Tickiti via Ctttlline or Cleveland.
E.B.FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
J AM KS PATTERSON. Agent.
Oolnmbus, Ohio,
Columbus, April 15, IR5I.
CENTRAL OHIO R. R.
on
i.
of
Between Columbus & .Wheeling,
CONNECTING VIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
wnn TUB
BAtTIMOBE & OHIO" & ft,
AND TIA
Bell aire and Pittsburgh
WITUTUB
T l ' D T?
rCDUSYlVillllil VJCIlimi If II)
- . ; I. tor- -.:-" . '
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities;
NO. 1 EXPRESS
Leaves Oolnmbus at 3 30 A. M ; strips at all stations east
of Newark when signalled. Arrivs ai neirars: at i Ju a
M.. Zsnenllle at 0:00 A. M."." Detrain at 10.90 A. AI.,
connecting with the Baltimore Ac Ohio E. 11.. and via
Pittsburgh with Pennsylvania It. B. (or all eastern eitiei.
NO. 3 KXPDE83
leaves Oolnmbus at 11:18 A. M.; stops at all stations
when signalled. Arrives at Newark at A. m
7..n.nriit at 9:04 P. At.: Bellaire at 0:10 P. At., eon
neetlns with the Baltimore Ohio R. R. for all eastern
elties.
NO. 3 BXPRK8S . - -
Leaves Columbns at 3: 10 P. M. ; stops at all stations when
imailed. Arrives at Newark at 4:30 P. St., Zanesville
at 5:40 P. M., Bellaire at 0:4.r P. M., connecting via
Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania it. it. lor an eastern
eitles. . , :!: "4
This Konte offers the ADVANTAGE of a Thronsh
Ticket and Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY,
and also elves the Pasienger the privilege of visiting
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and MW-xuan,
the cost of a New-York Ticket alone; or the privilege
vUitlnz allot the principal I-K A HOARD CITIES at the
cost of a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Routes.
Through Tickets to NKWO.UKK. can De procured via
WASHINGTON CITY, at an additional expense ot 1.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
As on other Routes. .
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
ASK TOR TICKITS TIA
Cslumbus and Bellaire or Wheeling.
, JNO. W. BIlOWN.
Apr. 15. . .. Gen. Ticket Agent.
.
the
i.
in
to
one
A MEETING
: ,, , OF' !.-..-..
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
62 EAST TOWN STREET,
WAR! AVAUM WAR!!!
rvwno to the war detween
J th Union and the Bunny South, I have concluded
to sell out .- . ;, ; : - ,,..-.,
ALL MY GOODS,
EVEN
BELOW COST.
Ib stock consists of the largest lot of
Will ill GOODS,
Id the city ot Columbus;
JAC0HXTS, . -r- j r;
CAK8BIC8, x - "
BEIUIANT8,
r - -.. . KSiEEAXDAS,
" PUIDB,
80IT FIKISH CAMBRICS,
COLLARS. EDGINGS, BKIBT BBATD,
. . .-.HOBIEBY, PIUS, BUnOKS,
- KUVS JUiUiUtB, AtUU&e) AAU AtAI, '
and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES
th best HOOP SKIRTS la Columbus, and at
" , lotcett price,
' Wholesale and Retail,
Then, hulles.Vt. eSln'creat and ssnsilli
Come, give m a call,
And then yon'll And A. M. K. Svoaail
In all his Olory.
...... A. M. K. 8T0RRIR, Agent,
Remember th War No. Ot Town street,
sprll:d3m Columbus, Ohio
CENTRAL OHIO R. R. Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING C1IANCBS WERE
saade In the the officers of this Bank, January Sttth,
1H61, to wit: WW. APbaTT.-l'reslilent, and Tuoms
Moonu. Cashier, resigned their olllces. David Tavlor,
Esq., was then elected President and Wm. A. Platt
Cashier.
By order of the Board of Directors. .
feb5, lJl-dtf. l'- W. A. PLATT. Cashier.
I1TA N T K II.-A (IKNTII T O
SELL
W nackaMS of STATIONERY and
JBWBLKY.
prices one-third less tnso ean oe pure h see elsewhere
Call on or address (stamp enclosed) J. L. BAILBY,Ho.
154 Court St.. Boston. Mass. march 4S:dSm.
SPHINO CLOAKS AND nASQINES
MSW STYLItaWBaUsi V Stoav Jio. atO South
High street, have Just optued uef sWlcaof Clots Cii
cnLAAS. Basqoiris and tUcans, th)e In Ui" newest
most stylish manner., Also. fcupiTts Plain
Hlar.lt Mllk veiy'Seavyiaeslgucd expressly
Mantillas and Basqnlnos. " . 1 ' . , .aprllS
STELLA IHAWIsl STULLA
SUAWLBII'ln all deslratrl colors, nd at very
great bargains.
aprllS
BAIN Ac. SON,
Ne 9 Smith lllih-atrtet.
BLEACHED ' Mif::T5tiS. -AND
fcHlBTINOS. all widths, ot most celebrated makos,
How oilered to greatSwt vaUely and at very low prices.
aprllS
Ko. 89 South High street.
rHEW. ADVERTISEMENTS
ARRIVALS
OTP
Spring , &
Summer
Millinery.
1
The Stoolc Beplenlslied
; DAJTaY :
FBOId liATEST IMPOBTATIONS Ot
NEW YOllIv!
j.
UV STOCK or
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is sow compute, eomprlilng every variety ol M 11 1 In-
eryt aim, a larga auortment of Embrolderlei, Iloilery
and Motions, Aw)., and In quantities and, prices that can
not fall to salt all who may favor us with a cull. The
goods nava own bought at Panic prices, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost.
MILLINERY.
Mis. M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend the Millinery Department. 'Iter long
experience In the molt Fuhlonable Bstabllihment
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
to give entire satisfaction In matters of taste to all who
may favor her with their orders.
The Ladles of Oolnmbus and vicinity will please ac
cept my sincere thanks for their'liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
R. H. WARE,
08 East Town St., Colinnl ns, O.
sprll-d3m-eod .
TO BUSINESS1 MEN.
A N EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR
XI. reliable busioees men to secure a profitable manu
factnrlna- business, requiring but a small capital iu Its
establishment ana proieouiion.
The manufacture consists in the application of a pe
collar composition or enamel to common red bricks, Hud
a variety or other building material, ornamental archi
tectural finishings, ceilings, lues lor noors and lur
rooflnf.
This enamel mav be tinted of any color,- from the
purest white to the deepest black, with all Ihe colors
and shades between. It imparts to the articles to which
II is applied a hardness and durability almost inrreuthic,
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest and mott costly
of the variegated marbles, and, unlike mem, is impervi
ona lo moisture, and will never fade. atain,rfr deterior
ate, costing but a fractional part of the price of ordinary
marble.
It Is also valuable ror tame ana stnna topi, mantle-
nieoes. monuments, and an endless variety of other arti
cles ot staple use. The process of applying the a amol
is simple, while the articles enameicu win commanu a
ready sale, affording large profits. Respon'lhle parlies
may procure licenses ror manulacturlng under the pat
ent for any city or prominent town in the United States
bv annlvlns: to the subscriber A small tnrill on Die ar
ticles manufactured will be required for Ihe use if the
Invention. Circulars giving lull particulars will be lor
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit ana beamy oi tins enameien nunu-
Ini material to anything In use has tbe nuqualiOed in
dorsement or many or ine moat eminent arciiuccis anu
sclenlino men of this and other oities. a
for particulars address
J 0 EH B OH ft PBALL,
Gsneral Agent, for Enameled Building Katerlai
ap9d3m. 25 NASSAU ST., NEW VOBK.
ncn
NOTICE.
I HAVE SOLD TO Mil. ilENUT WIL
SON mv DRUG rT0RK. which Is removed from the
comer of tiigh and Oay streets to the Southwest corner
of Broad and High streets, Columbus, Ohio.
With many thanks to my former patrons and custom
ers, I respectfully request the continuance of their fn-
Vors to my saeceseor. iicjui ti.nr.ib.
Columbus, April 1, If i) J. ,
DRUGSTORE
HAVING PURCHASED THE DHUtl
BTOBI of Air. Jlmav M. Nail.. I have opened
anew on the South west corner of Bread anil lllirh streets.
Columbus, Ohio 6in0 the old ana reliable eland for
mat outuieei jor many ytart
1 nava a tresti and well selected stock or l lire .win
einee, and Pure Chemical), together with Palnte, Oil,
larnuAM, ovo. usually kept in such an establishment.
Uj" PancairrioKS caretully and promptly compound
ed. Store open at all hours of the day and night.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of the public.
HKNItY WILUN.
Columbus, April 1, ISfil apr0:dlm
of
Ihe
ap
pointed st
t
for
THE MUTUAL LIFE
INSUBANCE COMPAWV
of jstetw yorkc
t. 8. WinsTOR, President. , Isaac AnaArr, Secretary,
Net Cash Aaaete, f ebruary J, 18(11,
t?Q,000,056.74.
RICHEST COXPAKY JS THE UX1TED STATES
ICFAH the Profits are divided among tbe IniuredQI
Applications and Pamphlets can be hid by applying
. FRED'K J. FAY, Agint,
Carpenter's Building, 117 Sjutb. High Street
aprUdlm
REMOVAL.
S.D07I0 cto Oo.
HATE REMOVED TIICIR OFFICF.
to th South-west corner of High and friend
streets,
"UP STAIRS,"
And will eontlna to keep on hands a large stock
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Th attention of Kerch ants and Dealers Is respectful
ly Invited to onr stock. D. DUlL-B St Co
marcnB:atiiijniyji.
WM, KNABE & CO.,
A T
THEIH NfcW HALES-.
daiu iri iu o a 1 Trun d tr ct
AMD - I I
N0S. 1, 3, and 7 N. XTJTAW STEKT,
Offer for sal their eclebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, -
GRAND '
ANDSQARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly recommended by th first Profs sson
Musical Aauuaraor to oouniry, ana
VSBY
INSTRUMBNT
WARRAflTID FOR
FITKYIAIIS
Th most futldlons customer may rely npon
pleased in (very respect. .
Terms liberal. WM . KNAB15 k OO.
SBLTZBB k WIBBTBR, Agents,
ctaSiljdW. Columbus, Ohio
ADTIBT18IMKNT.
for th INSTANT HIL1KI
ii
and PIRMANKNT onnit Urh
distressing complaint nsn ,
- en mm
BBOHCHIAL CIO AEETTEB,
Had by 0. B. SITHOTJB CO., 107 Nasma Bt., N.
Prlo SI Pr box sent true by post.
fOB BALI AT ALL BBC 00 lb 18
- smayo-dAnsly la
GUERNSEY'S BALM
TE MOVES AND PREVENTS IN
Xb flammallon and pain, and heals Die worst
scald, bruise, cat, or fresh wound of any kind, uretenls
swelling and pala from be stings, mosquito Mtre,
poisonous plants, neuralp-la, rheumatism, agn In
breast, salt rheum, etc When taken internally, It
positively eoiVcroup Incklldren.and gives immediate
relief in we worst eas of this lemon complaint,
remove hoartenees and or throat. Price, i cents
bottle. Should be in (very nous. ' ' Por sale by Drug.
gist and Storekeepers. laiin oiuna,
Sole Proprietor, So. 1 Sprue St., New York
atidfcwlvto .,
Employment.'
1 aa sjtatple Article, will furnish employment
iri HHTT D.O IB IGI H mw,m .' ......
preference will be given lo tliose who am well acquaint-
mA U Ik. Aimtrlnk ti.w ahl.ll thtf AftfllV.- . k .'
lor which services they are willing lo pay a sals
of from v ',.: . ,t .
$800 to $800 "par yer,i Kxpen
lies.
For farther particular aaares
i ,, f. B. MOBUnOUSU At CO.
, , , . , S and S, Xxchante Place, ,
)MiM daa. JerseyjOlty, N. ) .
A NEW, HOOP SKIRT. ;
' ,TaLYN cto COW,
No. SB, BOTJin BIQTJ STREET.
n,v just received a new mo of noop SKirtTS
An lined la a manner Car superior to any yet Introduced
for . . ... . ,,. P .
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,
tab 33.
ma
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of
snd
I
and
the
will
aiao,
i
lo
ci
ry
'
SPECIAL NOTICES
mn MANHOOD.
Cilviln.ay HOW LOST, BOW BESIOBED.
JUST PUBLISHED. ON THB NATnnm rn
MENT AND RADIOALOURE OK SPKKMATOKRUJSA
or Seminal Weakneia, Sexual Debility, NervouweM.In '
voluntary Kniisaloni and Impoteney, roiultlnz from
Beir-ai)Ue, aco. uy Itotit. J. uulverwell, M. D. Bent
under oal, In a plain envelope, to any axldreu,poit
Said, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CIIAS. J. t .
LINE, 197 Bowery, New York. Post Office Box. No
4.5M8. mrtl:3mdfcw
illld tAl'S lilt'K llL.tit.
In all cases of coitlveneat, dyspepala, billions and liver '
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, obetl
nate bead aches, and all general derangements of health
them Pills have Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy, A single trial will plaoe the Life Pills beyoiid
the reach ofcompetltlon In tho estimation of every pa
tient. Dr. Moffat's Phmnlx Bitters will be found equally ef
Bcaclous in alloaaea of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, Uie sickness Inoldent to ff males in delicate health,
and every kind or weakness ot the digestive organs.
Por sale by Dr. W. B. BIOKPAT, 3S5, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Druggists. .. x maySS-dacwly
The following it ar extract from a
letter written by the Bev, J. B. Holme, paster ol tha
Pierropoint-Strcct Baptist Church, Brooklyn, M. Y.,to
tho "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O. , and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mrs .
Wimslow's Sootiiiho gvarr for Cnantra TntTHinai
"We see an advertisment In your columns of Vs
Winsuiw's Sootiiino SvRt'r. Now w never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In onr life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers that this is no hum
bug Wk HiVK TRIKD IT, ANn K10W IT TO AM. IT
cuius. It is probably one of the most successful medi
cines of the day, because It Is one of th.) beat. And those
of your readers who have bahles can't do better than
lay in a supply." oci(7:lydAtw
HTJNNEWELL'8
t or nit TIIUOAT mid
LUNO ClMIPLAINTH,
IliClurtinir WHOOPINCl
COUGHi and every
Complaint the forerun
ner ot, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
Tho tJront NKUIIALa
Git! ICl:MI;IIY unci Nat
ural ePlA'Hl, adapted
to every apeciea of Ner
vouej Complaint. Ner.
v o u a si d Chronic
Headache, ithennia
tiNiii, Cutnrrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Low of
Nleep, and Kowel Com
plaint.
UNIVERSAL
COUGTI
RKMITOY.
HUHHE WELL'S
. i '
TOLU
ANODYNE.
No real Justice can be dons the above preparations
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets.!
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Physi
ciana, who will find developments In belli worthy thclt
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a ttlitl of the aluve reliable Heme
dire.
for snle by Ihe usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN L. HinNlVftWELL, Proprleto
CHKHIST AND rUARMACRDTlBT,
No. 9 CommereiRl-Wharf, Boston, Mass-
Roliorts At Samuel, N. II. Mnrp'e, 3. It. Cook, i: M
Dcnig, ti. Denis; At Hons. A. J. Hchneller At Bon, Agents
for Columbus. Ohio. myl-dly
IIAILt DYE IIAIR DYK.
Wm. A. Bachelor's Hair Dye!
TheBriglnal and Beat In tnar Worldr
All others are mere Imitations, and should be avoided
If you ttlsh to escape ridicule.
OrtAY, RKl) OR RUSTY IIAIR Dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Drown or liuu-k, without injury tn
U.iir or Skin.
PIFTEKN MKDAI.S AND DIPLOMAS have bes
awardod to Wm . A . Batchelor since 1W9, and over RO.OO
applications have been made to the Hair of Ms patron,
of his famous dye.
WM. A. BATCHBLOR'S IIAIR DYI produces a eol
or not to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be eon tin
ned, and the 111 effects of Bad Dyes remedied; the TJalr
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye.
Sold in all cities an I tuwnj of the United States
Druft;lts and Fancy Goods Dealers.
! 'Tho Genuine har Ihe naine and address npon a steel
plate engraving on tout sides of each box, of WILLIAM
,. UA'1'UIIUI.OK, AllllriISS
CIIABLWJ llATCnULOIt, Pjoprietor,
JylS-wly ,1 Barclay street. New York.
To Cansnniptlvca. "
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a fow
weeks by a very simple remedy, after havlngi udorcds
era) years with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease. Consumption Is anxions to make known to his
fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the presorts
tion used (free of charge), with th directions for prep
Ing and using the same, wblch thev will Ond a sum Co
for CuNst'Mrriox, Asthma. "Brohcuitu, Ac. Th only
object of the advertiser In sending the Prescription Is to
benefit the afflicted, and sjrcad information which heeon-
cetves to ho invaluable, and ho hopes every sufferer will
try bis remedy, at it will cost them nothing, and mav
prove a blessing
Panics wishing the prescription will please address
Ksv. KtnVARD A. WILSON,
Williamson rgh,
Kings County, New York.
ocl3:wlv
W. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye hu no equal Instantaneous to
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
the akin orinjuilng tit Hair remedies tne amor an
effect of B id Dyes, and Invigorate the hair for Ufa.
Non ar genuine nnlern signed "W. A. Batchelor."
Sold everywhere.
CIIAS. BAT01IKL0R, Proprietor,
Jyl5:wly SI Barclay Street, New Tort.
1)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLIHQItAM'S L
CBLKft RATED
Stimulating Oiiguciit,
For the Whiskers and Hair
Th subscribers take pleasure to announcing 0 th
Cltltens ol the United States, that they have obtained th
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to th American
public, the above Justly eeiebrattd and world-renowned
artici. Th . ....
STIMULATING ONGUENT
Is prepared by Da. C P. REI.LIMOnATO, oatlneat
physician of London, and is warranted to bring out a
thick astvf "
. Whiskers or a Mustache
In from thro to sit weeks. This artlole la tho only on
of the kind used by th french, aud In London and Paris
It is In universal use.
It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compound, acting as If hy magic upon th roots, causing
a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to tho
scalp, It will euro ialdnots, aud cause to spring np In
place of the bald spot a fin growth of new hair. - Ap
plied according to directions, it will turn n or towv
hair dark, and restore gray hair lo lis original color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. Th "Omrtwr" Is
an indispensable article In every gentleman's toilet, and
after one week's sue they wonld not for any consideration
be without .t.
The subscribers are the only Agent forth artici In
th United Hlatea, to whom all brders must be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and
Dealers; or a box of the "Onguent" (warranted to htv
tli desired effect) will bent to any who desire It, by
mall (direct), securely packed, on receipt ot price and
postage, 11.18. Apply to or address
II0BACK L. DEOl'MAN A CO.,
Danaoisrs, Ac, ' 1 '
(cbOOdAwGm fit William Street, Hew Tork.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT Of OfIIO,
Columbus, April 8, 1H1. - j
fe'avinas Tfcuilc of Clnoirariatl. V
A 1.1. rr.nsoNsntn.niNn the rut.
culatlngNnte of the Savings Bank of Cincinnati
will present Ihesam at this oftlc ror redemption, when
IheywIlllMpatdin full- '
apH dim A. P. BTOSK, Treasnrorof Stat.
STN CHITTENDM. . . . HKNRT T. GHITTkNDEN.
S.&H.T. CHITTENDEN.
. . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ,.,,.
DjOfflcof, an Wlllliim Blreet, New York Oily, and
Parsons1 Bininmo, Columbus, Ohio. ' . '
irTCnrcrul attention paid to Collections, .1
aprllP'iU'.m ' -' ' ; " "
EO RENT.
THtVF. in AffHEnop riioit t: FHjrif.
INil I. A ML one half mile from Dim riiv, for rent. If
i.illitl(in is mad soon. No. 'M North lllirh strwl,
Columbus. lliril!dlwj U.S UtJIlNU.

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