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Our Ticket---The April Election.
r. -.la-tta.-. la nam at hand. It
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,', takee Diaoe oo Monday, April 6. Oar canal
- dates are before the voters of this city and town-
1 .vu Tk. ....II hnn-aiianil nanahla man. The
.. ceoaiaeiea ur mojui u w j.v-
. by a term of faithful service, their fltoeee for
these effioee. Oer nominee (or City Solicitor
has the ability end energy to assnre ns that the
'" Interests of the olty will be safe la hie bands.
The same mat be aaid of the oandldatee for
. School Directors, for Cormoilmen, for Asses
"' ante, anit tar tha rtiflVrent townnhln efflose.
, They ere all gentlemen, whose integrity' end
, qualifications for the eeveral effioee to which
they have been nominated, are unquestioned
But there Is a stronger reason than the mere
, qualifications of oar candidates, However high
' tbeee may be, why they should receive the
of oar country end its Institutions demands It,
It la beoomlog dally more and more evident to
the most careless observer that those oan only
be rescued from destruction by the Democratic
and Conservative element. Oar political oppo-
' Bents, la order to keep the governing power of
the State and Nation In their hands, arere
. sorting to the most desperate and tyrannical
measure., under pretense of a so-called "mill
tary necessity." Among one of tbeee meas
uree is the Consorlptloa act. We claim the
right, though some would deny it as, to freely
disooM this, the seme as any other legislative
fUJ ,, B4IU, .a 1 M W U . VJflulvu a. WW HMWww.a.
- a J If I. ...Ml I k. ainAAtiafi
tulional or Inexpedient, t work for its repeal
at the ballot-box the tribunal in a free gov
. era-sent of last resort.
The Conscription act is confessedly formed
' upon toe moaet or sacn tewe or aeorees io id
' ropeaa monarcniee, woica, mworj iwi oej are
not in execution, clotBe the whole lend In
, mourning, ae In France in the time of the el
der NaNLXON. This' act establishes, or aims
at establishing, a sort of military despotism
immm ik st-.i aid th imodIii. ' It makes an
odiona distinction between the rich and the
poor better salted to ea absolute monarchy
than to a Democratic republic It exempts a
rich man for his money and forces the poor man
who oannot bay en exemption Into the service.
Here le the precise lengusf e of the Gonscrip.
tion act on this head: '
That anv nerson drafted and notified to ep
pear ae aforesaid, may, on or before the day
fixed for his appearance, furnish an acceptable
nhatitnta ta take bio olace in the draft, or he
may pay to such person ae tne secretary oi w ar
may aainortxe o receive i, uai &um, uui
eeedlng three hundred dollars, a th SteTetrry
aw determine, for-the procuration of each sub
The Secretary of War may fix a lower rate
ot exemption than three hundred dollars; bat
at all evente a man who happens to be drafted
ean go clear for that earn. If he has not got it
to spare, or cannot raise that or the required
earn, be must be torn from hit family and
forced into the 'servioe. There is no help for
him, because he happens to be poor. .
. . . It Is evident, from this and their other arbl
trary measures, that the party In power, or
their leaders, are seeking, while crying out for
the freedom of black men, to make slaves of
whit mm. Will von. voters of this city and
township, or of any city or township in Ohio,
assist them in this nefarious design by voting
on Monday, April 6, for a single candidate on
their eide. Let the proseribers be themselves
proscribed, by being from this time forward be
reft of apolitical power and infiaenoe. Let
wove win wimiu ucyi its . wmw ..,.
mitted no crime against the Constitution oi the
laws, of the common rights of citizens, merely
- because their political opinions differ from their
own, be taught at our Spring election a lesson
that they will remember to the last day of their
Maryland Catholics and Official Bigotry.
The New York World refers to a case whioh
has just been tried in Baltimore, strikingly il
lnstreting the mieohlef Che folly of bigotry may
do. Maryland Is largely Roman Catholic. In
stead of bearing this fact la mind, whloh
would seem to be the obvious dictate of com
mon jesiioo as well as of common sense, the
subordinates of the -Baltimore custom bouse
have been permitted to insult every Catholic
transacting business there, by requiring him to
khs a cross imprinted open the Bible before hie
oath would be received as valid, upon the out
rageous sssumptton that no other oath would
be regarded by Catbolios as binding. This
coarse was renaerea sun more ooensiTo oj we
fact that it was insisted upon by officials, whose
political connection with the Know Nothing
movement had made them personally obnoxious
io iveinoiio citizens.
Tbeee facta came to light hi aq actios
against a Catholic who bad refused to submit
1 to the tor-going requisition, end had shipped
' his goods under a permit Issued to another per-
nn. , nil mftim di ma i .a. in nun tufti nn lid m
right to do so ander the oiroumstanoea was aae-
talaed. . The World expresses the hope that
. the Government will take immediate steps to
ees) at 'it le petty in spirit ', -
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The Return of the Noble County Expedition.
.T peditloa. ;
. This expedition, which left Cincinnati March
S5, returned to the same place last Friday
' morning, having captured daring their absence,
HI ranorted. four alleeed deserters and fifteen
others. Tbey brought with them to Cincinnati
on Friday morning the following named prie
Lewis r ielier, W HI. jMrDaonse, oamam ia,
Gordon WesteoM, Wm: Eogle, Henry Eagle,
. . aw v . r. , p.L
Jacob Trimble, Joshua Hilly er, Kicnara xuo
Ferren, Andrew Brown, Charles Brown, Saml
Marquis. Andrew Coyle, Wm. Norwood, and
Robert Boggs. . ;
,' Tbeee prisoners were marched through the
etreete to the Hamilton eoonty jail and locked
up. . Tbeir examtaatlon before U. S. Commis
sioner BaxuaaT was set for the 1st of April,
and snbpnas were lesaed for witnesses from
Goeeneey and Noble oonntles. , i ; , ,
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Speech of Hon. Milton Sayler in Defense
of Mr. Dresel.
lion.' Miltom Santa, the able end tffloleut
Democratic Representative from Cincinnati,
delivered xme of the moot powerful end elo
quent ipeeahn oi the lession, on Thursday af
ternoon, Id defenie of Mr. Deism, aod Against
hie censure or expulalon.' It wee a complete
end triumphant vindication of oar Represent'
tire end of the Democratio party, and en ep
peal that none bat bitter end malignant parti
eane oonld hare resisted. ' ,
Mr. SaiLia began by saying that he did not
desire to make a partisan speech, nor to follow
In the lead of those who had made the resolu
tions under dlsoasalon an excuse for political
harangues. There was a class of men pn the
floor of the House of each bitter party preju
dices that he did not hope to infiaenoe them;
there was another olass of mora liberal mind,
and who, though they might differ widely with
the honorable member from Franklin (Mr.
DsiL),ln political principles, be yet believed
were disposed to do him justice.' There were
men, he said, who illustrated the divine .idea
of the origin of man, that God made him-and
breathed into his nostrils the breath of life.
There were suoh here, and to them he appealed,
There were men who Illustrated the atheistio
Idea that man is but the development of the
lower animals, men, at the "extremity of
whose back bones; be doubted not, on oarelal
examination, would be found atjeaat the rudi
meat's of a tail. He did not say there were
snob npon this fbor, booause that would be un
parliamentary; bat if there were each his ap
peal was not to them. There men of snch
large eonl that they took all created things
within tho range of their sympathies There
were such here and to them he appealed. There
were men with souls so small that a thousand
millions of them sprinkled on the polished sur
faoe of a diamond, wouldn't make It dusty.
He would not eay there were auoh here, be.
cause that would be unparliamentary, but if
there were such his appeal was net to them
There wre men whose minds were like those
morning fljweis that open under the clear sua
light ot Heaven. There were each here, end
to them he appealed. There were men whose
minds are like the pupils of tbolr eject, the
mo.e light Is biongbt to bear upon tbem, the
more they oontia.t. He -would not say there
were such here, because that wonld be unpar
liamentary, but if there were snch bis appeal
waa not to tbem.
01 what had the honorable member from
Franklin, Mr. DaxsiL, been guilty that he
should be expelled from this body, or be cen
sured br it ss a traitor? There were two
counts in this indictment. ' He was charged,
first, with the approval of a project to separate
the Western from the Eastern States; and yet,
not a wrd was to bs found in his resolutions on
that inbject. Bat the "whereas" said, he of
fered his resolutions as it substitute for others
deprecating sunb movement, therefore it fol
lowed that he "expressly approved" of , such
movement, although he said nothing abjutit!
Snch wae the inflexible logic of bis estate ool
league (Mr. Stanton), who introduced these
resolutions, and such the inflexible logic of the
still more astute member from Logan (Mr.
Wist), with whose concurrence they were Intro
duced as a substitute for his own, and who, he
doubted not, waa their author. Would the cool
headed members of the House act upon the
hasty and fallacious recommedatlons of snch
menf He could not believe it. Moreover, Mr.
DixsiL and the whole Democratio representa
tion in the House, but a few days ago, put them
selves on the record expressly against separa
ting from any portion of this land, whether
Eastern or Western, Northern or Southern!
Bat in the second count, Mr. DicaiL was
charged with an effort to bring about "an armed
collision betweer. the Federal and State govern
ments," In bis speech, on Wednesday, Mr.Dit
bxl had expressly denied any such purpose or de
sire. Moreover, such meaning oould not be
tortured out ot the resolutions offered by him.
The idea was the child of personal dislike and
partisan malignity. Here Mr. SjrLia eiamln
ed at some length the resolutions of Mr. Dkcsil
and showed conclusively what was their true
meaning and the meaning intended by the au
thor. The resolutions asserted "devotion to Ot
Sonttiiution and tks Union," and a purpose to
"iupport the mvthoritiet of thtTJniied State in the
fuU eonttUvtional txereite of their pvweri."-
Wae there treason in that? Tbey then assert
ed a determination to "maintain and defend
the honor of oar State and the rights of bar
people:" Was It wrong to do tblsT Was not
that the purpose of our present State adminis
tration? But the honorable member from Me
dina was very severe, he waa always very
severe, on those who spoke of the "sovereignty
of the Stateo and of the State governments
being antecedent to the Federal government."
That member would better study the history of
bis country, and perhaps ha would learn wheth
er tho Federal or State governments were "so
tecedent." It seemed to be the ides of fir.
Lincoln and bis party that the States were bat
ooantios; Mr. Satui did not deny their right
to such sn idea or to the expression of it. : It
was the Democratio idea that Stales were sov
ereign except ei to those powers they bad dele
gated to the Federal government, and that the
people were sovereign except as to those pow
ers they had delegated to the Stats govern
ments. The Democratio party bold to the doe-
trine of the teeth artlole of ' amendments to
the Federal Constitution, that, "the powers not
delegated to the United States by the Constitu
tion nor prohibited by it to the states, are re
served to the States respectively, or to the peo
ple' ' Would the majority here deny to the
minority the right to each opinion, or to the
expression of it? . :
The resolutions then animadverted upon what
Mr. Daisxt supposed to be the unconstitution
ality' and usurpations of power involved in the
Conscription law, the National Banking tystem,
the Emancipation Proclamation, the suspension
of the HaOMo Corpuo, and the establishment of
Martial La.' Tbeee eobjeots bad been dis
cussed here freely before, and were freely dis
cussed elsewhere. Perhaps Mr. Daisrt. was
right perhaps be was wrong. Bat, whether
right or wrong, would the majority here dare
to say that (he Representative of a free oonstlt
oency of a portion of the Stato of Qhlo, the
great majority of whom believe him to bo right.
should not be permitted to expreae bis opinion?
Would they dare t astame the responsibility
of suoh a blow as this to the doctrine of free
representation and free ipeeokT : ' r
Mr. Sanaa was ready to concede that I was
time for faotloas opposition to the Adminis
tration. He did not approve of suoh opposition.
Bat did It therefore follow that a Representa
tive on this floor, eharged with the Interests of
constituency who confided In him, bad not the
right to oppose, Io a constitutional way, what he
considered usurpations of power, and suoh usur
pations as, If Silently aoqalesoed In and estab-
tiahad. mm. ba fatal to a free Government 7
Was Mr, Dusil disloyal to -be Government
because he criticised the Administration?
Here was the testimony of Secretary Seward :
la this oountry, especially, It is'a habit not
onlv consistent with the Constitution, but even
essential to Its stability, to regard the Admin
istration at any time existing as aisunci ana
separate from the Government itself, and to
oanvaas the proceedings of the one without a
thongbt of disloyalty to the other, : .
It had been Intimated several times In the
oourse of tbe i discussion that the Democratio
party had not given a proper support to the Ad
ministration in the oonduot of this war. The
faot was that the Administration bad laoked
neither men nor money, and that the Demo'
oratlo party had given their full share of both
Not only Mr. Daisxt, but tbe whole Demo'
oratlo party, had been charged by certain rash
speakers with a determination to resist law.
That oharge waa false. The Democratic party
would obey all law. Tbey might, diffor in
many respects with the policy of the party in
power; they claimed the right to differ, but
they did not propose to resist that policy in any
other than a constitutional way. So long as
their anoient and constitutional rights of free
speech, free assemblage and free ballot were
guaranteed to them, they bad no fear. These
they claimed, and especially did they claim the
right of free discussion In this Representative
Assembly. Would the majority deny it?
Here were tbe burning words of Daniii Wis'
Important as I deem it to discuss, on all
proper occasions, the policy of the measures at
present pursue-, ti is suit more important to
maintain the right of snch discussion In its full
and Just extent. Seutlmente lately sprung up.
and now growing popular, render It necessary to
be explloit On this point. It le tbe ancient and
constitutional right of the people to canvass
nublio measures and tbe merits of sublio men
it Is a bonsebold privilege a fireeide privilege,
It has been enjoyed in every bouse, cottage and
eabln in tbe nation. It is not to be drawn Into
controversy. It is undoubted ae-tbe right of
breathing the air and walking the eaith. Be
longing to private life ae a right, It belongs to
nublio life as a doty; and it is the lsst duty
those whose representative I am shall find me
to abandon. This high constitutional privilege
I snail defend and exercise witnin mis House
and in all places in time of war, in time of
fieace, and at all times. Living, I will assert
I; dyiue, I will assert It; and should I leave no
otber legaoy to my children, by tbe blessing of
Uod, l will leave tbem tbe inheritance or tree
principles and the example cf a manly,; inde
pendent, and constitutional defense of tbem.
Mr. SAVLta'e epeeoh waa listened to by a
fall House and a large audience of outsiders
with the most marked attention, and made a
profound impression npon all who heard it. '
The Position of New Jersey.
As New Jersey has a Democratic Governor, a
Demooratlo Leglslanre, and a large Demooretio
majority ia ber voting population, It has been
tbe fashion of the Abolitionists to Impeach the
loyalty of the people of that Slate, and to charge
them with fostering and encouraging forcible
resistance to the laws, particularly tbe Con
scription act. "
New Jersey was tbe first and almost the on
ly State to fill up her quota of volunteers for
the war. No State has more thoroughly
evinoed ber devotion to tbe cause of the Con
stitution and tbe Union, and the rights of the
States and tbe people. Her Legislature, Just
before Its sis die adjournment, on Thursday,
March 35, nobly repelled tbe falsa and mali
cious Abolition, charges against her people by
adopting, with large majorities In both branch
es, the following resolution t
Rtiolvtd, That the people of New Jersey are a
law-abiding, Constitution-loving people, end
ardently devoted to a Union ot all the States,
and that while they condemn and protest
against certain laws as unconstitutional and
unjust, yet until they are repealed or declared
by a competent tribunal to be unconstitutional,
they will regard them as law, and will confi
dently look to the courts and to the ballot-box
for redress. .. ,
The Democrats In the Now Jersey Legisla
ture voted for this resolution, and the Republi
cans or Abolitionists against it. Its passage
hows that the Democrats of New Jersey, at
are their fellow Democrats In other States, are
law-abiding, and do not now, and never have
contemplated any foroible resistance to the
Conscription aot or any otber act of Congress.
They reserve the right to freely discuss the
constitutionality and expediency of the Con
sorlptlon, or any other Federal enactme-t, to
seek for its repeal by legislative aotiou, or test
its constitutionality in the courts of Justice.
This right they will never surrender, because it
le a right guaranteed by onr Constitutions,
State and Federal. These, Democrats believe
and confide In, but not ia that " Higher Law "
doctrine which has brought so much paischief
upon tbe country. It follows that Democrats
are conservatives, and not like tbeir political
opponents and detraotors, revolutionists.!
Abolition Aid and Comfort to the Rebels.
, Tbe Cincinnati Commercial of March 26,
gives the following oautlon to tbe press la re
gard to the publication of army Dews: i
Evert editor who wishes bis oountry well
should be extremely careful in publishing mil
ltarv Information, at this season of the forma
tlon of the combinations to be worked and
fought ont daring tbe eummer. Let It be any
derstood that tho rebels regularly receive the
Northern newspapers, and that all the news
they contain that suggest the future move
mente of our armies, of importance to them.
Editors should bewsre bow tbey do the enemy
service as spies. . , . , )
These suggestions msy bs well timed and
worthy the consideration of editors and publish
ere. Bat an application of them night be made
to the Commercial and other Northern journals
of the earns partisan stripe, which they wonld do
well to regard. Tbey are, according to tbe Cess.
aiereiel, regularly received by tbe rebels, end
of course all tbe polltioal,. as well as all tbe
military Information they are supposed to con-
taio, Is carefully noted and treasured np. Now,
those psperi have been In this way telling the
rebels for tbeir aid, comfort and encourage
ment, that at least one half of the people In the
Northern Slates and a majority in some of them,
ere either rebels or aympathixers with rebels.
ready to make peace on aov terms, even by an
acknowledgment of the Southern Confederacy.
If this Is not always so stated in ' direct terms,
it is done in suoh a way that ao reasonable man,
knowing the rrsult of tbe recent elections In
several Northern States, and the lnereasiBg
strength of the Democracy In all of thera.woul,
arrive at any other oonolualon than that this Is
precisely what Is meant.! . A - V .
If the rebels oan be persuaded, as the Repub
lics.! of Abolition newspapers seem tte labor
log to persuade them, that one-half or more of
the Northern people are their friends and well-
wishers, It will do more to encourage them to
perlstenoe in tbeir rebellion than all the mili
tary Information they can possibly get through
the ordinary channels of news. Wonld It not
well and quite as creditable to their patriot
Ism for the Commercial and other journala of its
party to refrain from their persistent and false
misrepresentations of the Northern Democra
cy, as well from the publication of improper
military information ? i
It it stated that two ot our steamers have
sank In the Yszoo Pass, Involving a loss of one
hundred and fifty thonsand rations.
Tbi 'Republicans have nominated a olty
Ticket In Zinesvllle, whlob, accorclug to the
Courier, Is pledged as being unconttitutionally
for the Union! No other pledge, It says, was
required.". ' , s ,
Tax steamer Indlanola, reported captured,
said to have been found, half mbmeiged,
forty miles below Warrenlon, where the en
gagement took place In which ehe was tuken.
This Is one story, while another Is that tbe In
dlanola was blown up by the rebels, and Is a
Tbi Memphis Bulletin reports the abandon
ment of the Yszdo Pass Expedition.
The Navy Department at Washington re
ceived oo Friday a dispatch from naval offloers
on tbe Mississippi, stating that they knew of
none of Faisao-jt's fleet that bad passed Port
Hudson exoept the Hartford.
Military Execution at Indianapolis.
. s r
A dlafutch to the Cincinnati Oarede from In
dianapolis, dated Maroh 27, says:
Robert Gay, of Company D, 71st Regiment
Indiana Volunteers, who waa convicted by
Court-martial, in this city some lime sinoe, of
desertion to the enemy, taking tbe oath of el
legiance to the Southern Confederacy, and re
turning here ae a spy, was shot about thres
o'clock this afternoon, near tbe Barnslde Bar
Two men were selected by lot from each
company in the 71st, making twenty in all.
Tbeir gone were loaded by a Lieutenant, one-
ball witb blank cartridges, snd one-half with
Mlnle balls. The gone were then handed to
tbe men without tbeir knowing which was
loaded with ball or bla k cartridges.. Tbe
prisoner was brought out, and made a few re
marks acknowledging hie guilt, bnt said he did
It with no criminal intent, and only for the
purpose of enabling him to get out of the
army. He supposed be was to be shot
ss an example, end exhorted bis fellow,
soldiers to stand by the Govern
ment snd not to follow In his footsteps, but to
profit by his fate. He Bald that be was not
prepared to die, and it Is thought that be ex
peoted to te pardon id up to tbe last moment.
He wae blindfolded, and sat down upon his
coffin, when, at a signal from tbe Lieu tenant,
the soldiers fired, and Gay fell dead, eight
balls having lodged In bis breast, any one of
which wonld have killed him Instantly. He
enlisted In Clay county, in thla State,
and served ss hospital steward of his regiment
up to tbe time ot tbe battle ot Kiobmund. Ky.
Irom which place be deserted to Geo. Bragg.
tie nB no irienat in tnit country. '
We find tbe following appreciative notice of
our City and Township ticket In the Columbus
Gttcltc, whose editor Is a candidate on tbe op
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
G.W.Meeker, candidate for Justice of the
Pesoe, le an Intelligent and very worthy young
man, at present in the office of Thes. S. Shep
card. Clerk of the Court. By an accident whioh
ocourred a few years sinoe, he lost his left hand,
which has disabled blm from many kinds of la'
bor, and he has been depending npon school
teaching and clerioal labors to secure a 11 veil
hood for himself and lamuy.
For Trustees, Messrs. Ellas Uaver, Alexan
der Mooberry aod J. M. Koerner ere the prec-
ent Incumbents, and nave renaerea satiefao
tlon. They are all good men for the position.
M.B. Alberv, for Township Clerk, is at
present In the office of the Probate Judge, and
In that position has proven himself a competent
aod accommodating officer, and would not fall
to make a good township clerk. -
BTSlnce the above was written, we have been
honored with the nomloation of township Clerk
bv tbe Kepublloan and union ivonvrntion, with.
out solicitation or expectation on our pait, aod
henoe we will be the opposing candidate to onr
young friend Albery. In our arte relation to
blm we are not disposed to back down from
what we have eald of him, but will onlv add
that whether the people elect Milton M. Powers
or M. B. Albery Township Clerk, tbe dntioi of
tbe office will be faithfully discharged and the
eaLAST thankfully received.
ii. V. Sonroll, lor lownamp Treasurer. It
the present inoumbent. He Is a German citi
zen, engaged in the boot and shoe trade near
the comer of High aud Friond streets, and Is a
man or integrity ana or pecuniary respODBi
Uodb tables J f . Kcmmy ana u U. telle v
have rendered very general satisfaction daring
the past year in this office. John Brown has
been a caddldate before. He would make
good officer, it elected, .
W ray Thomas was re nominated lor Muror
and Samuel Thompson for Marshal an evi-
denoe that their official services are appreciated
by the democracy, and we nave never beard a
word ot objection from any citizen. If It were
not for political feeling, their re-election would
meet the approbation ot tbe citizens generally.
Capt. H. J. Wvlle, late of tbe 95th regiment,
and at present associated with Judge Rankin In
tbe praotice or law,' was nominated for City
Solicitor. He is a young man of fine taleate
and saattpieat patriotism to leave a good law
nraotioe and servs his oountry in tbe field, aod
to return to the praotloe of law ouly when hie
health would no longer admit of exposure in
B. S. RIckley is a member of the firm Rick-
lev ttifro.. Bankers, and K. t . Bingham Is
law partner of J. G. McGnffey. Botn are com
potent to fill the offioe of Sobool Director to the
satisfaction or ail concerned.
The candidates for Counoilmen io the sever
al wards are Intelligent and substantial oiti
xtos, and the interests of the city would be weil
guarded and promoted by them If elected.
A list of the candidates fur Assessors in the
several wards, we publish in another column.
Import to Absent Soldiers.
Orrlct ev thx QoAaTuauSTin-QxN. or Ohio,
, . . Columbus, O., March aC, 1863.
' Soldiers absent without ioave or over time,
may obtain transportation to Columbus, by ap
plying to any ticket agent at Railroad stations
throughout the Slate, on or before 31st Inst.
. . i t GEO. B. WRIGHTJ
-,.-; : Quartermaster-General Ohio,
" Press throughout the State please copy and
notloe. ' " ; '
. mar98t31. s jf
. . House to Bent.
A TWO ITOBY MAUI BWILLINO, with sieves
rooms la good repair, with good out hooe, shrab-
bery, and every thing complete. Said bouse le oa th
Worth lngtoa flank road, near th first Toll-gate. lor
particular, Inqalr at tbi office, or at Bo. 71 West
tKi.mvrniLTei. ' - -
MUTABLE mi RESTORATIVE,
, IT IS NOT A DYE, - i
Bat restores gray balr to Ita original color, by
soppijlng the capillary tubee with natural sus
tenance, Impaired by age or disease. All in
stenfenioits dyt are composed of lunar fo
lic, destroying the vitality and beauty of, the
hair, and afford themselves no dressing, i Helm-
street's Inimitable Coloring not only restores
hair to Us natural color by an easy process, but
gives the hair a V. L . ) i '.'. :i '
vu Luxuriant Beauty,
promotes Its growth, prevents Ite falling off,
eradicates dandruff, and Imparts health ana
pleasantness to the head. ,, It has stood tbe tost
time, being the orlglnol Hair Coloring, and
constantly Increasing la favor. Used by
both gentlemen and ladies. It is sold by al
espectable dealers, or oan be procured by tnem
the commercial agent, D. S. Barnes, nu
Broodway, N. Y. Two slice, 50 cents aud $1
A OonQH. GOLD. OR AN IBBITATKD THUOAT
allowed ta progress, raiolts In serious Pulmonary aad
Bronchial affeotloDt, olteo'tlBSs Incurable.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
reach Urntty th affected parts and give almost Instant
relief. In BaoMcarna, Astoma, and Oa they are
bentlolal. The good affect resulting from the ai of
tbe Troches, and their extended nee, has caused tbem to
counterfeited. B sura to guard against wortblees
Imitations. Oitih only tbe otnvtnt Brown JBron
cMal Trocht which hare proven their eOcacv by a tea t
f mini eare. l'uiuo DnilRi ana binbwi eaouia
use the Troches. UUItarr Officers and Soldiers, who
oysr-tax the voles and an exposed to sadden changes,
should have tbem. Bold everywhere at SS rents per
Iuhitaht To LaDin Da. HiUvrr'e Fil,t Pill
bare never yet felled in removing difficultiee arising
from obstruatlon, or elcppege of natura, or In restoring
iveteu to Derfect health when enOering from spinal
Affectione. Prolapens Uteri, the Whltrs, or other
weakness of the Uterine Oreena. The pill an perfct-
bSrmlees on th constitution, aca may ne tenon iy
the moet delicate female without caminc (lletreMI at
the sam tine they act like a charm by atreaptnening,
Invigorating and reetoriog the eystem to a healthy con
dition, and by bringing on th monthly period with reg
ularlty, no matter from what cauee th ottrucuon may
trite. They ehould, however, NOT be taken during ine
flnt three or four months of pregnancy, tnougn eai ai
any otber time, as mlecarriag would be thareeult.
Each box contain bu nn. nice una vouar.
Dr. HABVIX B Treatlie on Dl-eeee or remain,
Pregnancy, llisetrrlage, Barrennei, Sterility, Hepro
duolioa and Abueee of Natuie, and emphatically the
Ladle' Private lledical Adviser, a pamphlet of 60
page, eent free to any addree. Bis cent required to
pay poetage. . '
Th rill and book will be eent by Kail, when da
ired, securely waled, and prepaid, by
j. uui an, fli v., uenem agem.
No. 76 Oedar Bt., New lork.
Bold by all Druggist.
B. SOANfcAN 4 CO., Wholesale Ageote
THian Editiok JOth TaocaaxD. Dr. Harvey'
Treaitee on Disease (of Venule, Pregnancy, Uitoar
riege, Barrenneu, Sterility, Reproduction, and Abate
Nature, end emphatically tbe LADLES' PBIVAT8
MEDICAL ADVlSSB, a pamphlet of SO page, Mnt
free to aay address. 81s eent required to pay th
P0t a. V . . .
Bent By man, eonnaentiuiy, wnen aciiroi. ncni
iiiiiD, and prepaid, by
J. 0m an, m. v..
76 Cedar St., New Tork Potoffloe Box S,07.
RemoTect f rem hla old Office.
Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High st
Ovlumbui, 0., has devoted himself for a series of years
to the treatment of certain private dieae. He may be
consulted al hi oBo en Broadway, near tba lxehaag
Bank, t : V J a -' ;
FIFTH ST., PITTSBURGH, PA.
FOUNDED IN 1840.
Incorporated br .Legislative Cbarter.
Being tb onlyJJOMMXRGIAL COLLIOB In th
Union conducted by a
OVKR BM THOUSAND BTUDBNTd ,
Have been educated In the Principles and Practice of
all tbe details ef a builne education from duji 'b
Awarded four Silver Medals and aanetloned by Decial
Committee of th American Institute and tb Chamber
of Commerce, New Tork. Also, DUFJ'B
'A perfect Ultra for such books and account. " Also,
DUIf'B new system of
Hallroad BooK-Keeplnff, ,
After lb form of th Pnsylvanla Railroad. Alto,
Duff 'B new system of
Private Bank Boett-Kerplaf t
Tb only on in us (n th elty. Tb above nttemi of
account are an taugni unaer u aauy tupvrTiaivn ui
tb author, and. It la believed, to a degree or peneetion
never attained eliewhere.
12 First Premiums I
tor best Business and Ornamental Penman thlp awarded
. ' our prc-iii. jrcuuamn um
United Btete fair at Cincinnati la 18B0
Penn'a State far at Wyoming 1 860
Weitera Penn'a fair at Pittsburgh I860
and th Ohio State Pair at Cleveland 18B2
all of which ar exhibited at onr office.
Par far our full craduatlng court. 4,50 for station
a it and blanks of fine-extra tire paper. Including; Har
per's edition at Dun's Bookkeeping, uinerscnarg SB
and 110 for blank with an old ttrtm or nookkeeplm
containing only on t or Boen.
Harper's Enlarged Edition of Dufl'a
Pile ! 67 Bold by Bookseller generally.
for full Particular (end for our elegant new Circa
lar pp.,68, and eample of our Penman a Buelness and
Ornamental writing, enciojing koo to .
P. DUrF oV auif, Prlnclpale
BALI OP H0D8S AND LOT ADVJttHSSD
gaturdar 28th. No's. 107 a. 109. Bouth 4th stmt
will not take alee. Tb property having been dis
posed of at private sale.
V. B. GLAZIER, Auctioneer,
atSSlt. . , , - . i.
7b Ito Qualified Elector oftM CUyoJ Columlu.
On Monday, the sixth day of April, 1663, an election will
be heli in eald city for th purpost of electing one Mayor,
on Oily Marihal.on Olty BoUeltor.two School Directors
two Trustees to terv as members of the Olty Council 10
each of th following wards: Not. 6, 7, 8 and 9, and n
Trade to servs as a number of th Oily Oounoll In
each of th remtlnlng ward, to wit Not. 1, 9, 3, 4 and
5. Tb election will bt held at the follow'ag place, to
wit: In tbe 1st ward at Frazlei't office eomer of Spring
and front streets; 9d ward Buckeye House; 31 ward
City Clerk's ofllc( 4thward-ZetUrBojiio; 5th ward-
South Engine Hou; 8tk ward Laurenc Schneider
7th ward first door south of V . Hettesheimar's Grocery
8tb ward-North Engine House; 9th ward Iicbang Ho
tel. . -, . .,' '
Th poll will b opened at tlx o'clock, A.M., and
eloient iix o'clock, P. M. . , '
WBAI THOMAS, '
.' , "i I. I,..t. - ' 4 Mayor.
March '24, 1863-tUI election. , ...
Vj - - fact eopy, ',
A VERT DEBIBAEL1 DWELLING HODBB.
situate oa th National Boad X of a all eattof
th oorport.uon line, aaowa aa uia ut. aimer
property. Said boute oontatn nine room, all In good
ranalr. with rood wall and cittern, a good atabl and
eocrenlhnt out boueei. There 1 alio tome very An
fruit oa tb prerni and a large amount of th robbery.
I will rent tb beat with from on to flfty-thn
acne of land, at may be dird.
lor particular, Inquire of John Joyo at tb ofllc of
th Less of th 1 ublio Works over Budlitll' hat
fJEORQE j FI ANOIS TBAIN'3
t Converuationa with the People,
VV V -w.-' AX ,. ......
Biettday Kvcniaa, igstvciy 80th.
Subject England- its. Jlypocrisy
. Bankruptcy and Downfall.
Sooletle. or Individual who with towns Ur.
TRAIN, can addrau m at Cincinnati, for tea days-
. a - S5 Coats.
0(0. FRANCIS TRAIN.
JOHl A. ELsaBLEK.., .Mtlanaffer.
Doors open X txfore 7 Curtain sim at 1t o'oleok
Price of admlMlott: Dree Olrcland Farqutttt, SOi
family Circle, IISo; Colored (Hilary, Bo,
Box Otfio open from 10 A. M. to 6 . U. Y
GRAND GALA HiaBT-BRNItlt bt'tlii. JAIUS
Mrs. Dickson prttents her compliment to the ladles
and gentlemen of Columbus and thati-in of tbe
Drama In general, and begs to prasrat tb following at
traollro m lection a an Bnlrtalnmnt -for ber Mpaclat
benefit. .Eb respectfully ollolt th nooaragtmoat of ,
all on this particular vocation. , . . , ,
tionday Evening, Uareb 30th, 1863, th evening's en
tertainment will commence with th Comedy cailad
PAUL r H. "XT I
Or, I Hope I Don't Intrude.
FHCEBB (with tong-'Tll be no Submlatlr Wife"
' HUB. JAMB DIOKBOV.
Paul Pry... .J.lwJ.
Col. Hardy Mr. i. Bllslir.
. ' After which th mystery of th ,
MAN WITHOUT AHEAD!
Will b iolvd. .
Buatta for two Violin by Messrs. Bpohr and Krumm.
To conclude with th original Barege Xitravtguza n -
PO-CA-H0N-TA3 ; Or, tbe Gentle Bevege.
. 3D A Ureal laelera Spectacle
a aetlv prepara-
Great Moral Entertainment
J OPEN DAY, AND i NIGHT.
entrance an Hick St., Buckeye Block
vppoeita in Kxcn-tnaTe uank.
OPEMB AT 8 A M..., CLOSES AT II P. M.
M ' i . HICK, Prap'v.
WAREHOUSE FOR SALE.
THE nnderalgnid will tell hh Warehouse, rirnatad at
the Canal Lock, capable of sloYlag 93.0U0 baabala
of Corn, and Orainerie for Wheat, etc. ; and n also th
beet calculated lor any kind of Shipping or Ocpualaaloa
buina of any other ban la the olty. That traJso
in ean uoute a ator Boom. Which cat a ma of grade
both from th oountry and canal trade, for partteabua
enquire of tb eubaorlber. M. B. HDHIIB.
mchiiO-dlBa, , i;. -
HON. C, L. V ALL ANDIG BAITS
KEOOBD 05 "
Abolition, . Slavery, and
THIS WOBK IS IN PBE8B AND WILL SOON BW
ready. Iicontalna complete and aocurate oople of
Mr. T.LLAiiDioBAk' principal Bpeecbe. on tb tuojeota
above named. Alto, part olmany otber 8p-on,wllh let
ter, incident, vote. to. Th work baa been earafully
edited and I believed tb preeent, fairly and corrootly,
the political record and poalilon of a man whoa vtair In
regard to th one or oar national trouble, and the
right remedle for them, ar attmcttac an extraordlnarv
amount of publto attention.
i ne work le on gooa, nMuntiai paper, mo fag, largo
octavo 8vo. ;
Patcw Paper oovr, 60 cente; Cloth, 1 00.
Wholesale Pavar oovtra. mi 00 a dnaan: alnth. BS 00.
Transportation to be paid by purchaaar, . -
Delivered by Mail or Express, prepaid, On receipt ot
th pric. .-- !
TTi Th re tail prices area llttl mora than first named.
bnt this is neceeaary la eontrquence of a onaldrablo
Inoraaae In th a la of th book, ahw the addition of tbe
engtaving. - - ' '
Bend order, with the mont locloaod. to flalambna
Ofelcsjddreeted to J. H. BtUT fc po., or to Oov. Mi
Daar, offio of Ti OrUti. .i : :
Every newspaper (ditor who detlree a copy for notloe.
can obtain It by xndicg a eopy of bis paper to 'Box
699, Columbus, Ohio. ..... ij
A TWO BTOUT DWELLIN9 HOUSE. OR OAS 8T.
Sot particular enquir at thla Ofllc.
mcbSO-dtf - Al j ,. ir L , . f , .r-
D R Y G O O P O,
FANCY DRESS SILKS,
- -AT- ;V - ;
. ... .. c.
HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO,,
., - :-. :'. k
', .., i. . ... ' " h T "
250 & 252 South High Stmt.
Spring and Summer. Shawls.
CLOAKS ; AND CL0AKING3.
Table and Pillowcase Lineng,
,'..,.1 . .
353 aMd'355' WtaohiBften' Street, rVew
. . i ra Cltf;, ' .. .
; COVEBNMEfIT, c6t f.E E
Tut up In tin foil Pound paper. B Ia:. e boiz, and la
bulk. Our prices rang from 7 to 30 ctnti. Ws pat ap
th following klndii: ' ' ' ' .. . -
Java, Maracaibo,; Eio,; and Various
1 Other Brands of Superior Otfeea,
' We balhw onr Coffer te be- Mrr lb gay groua
Coffee now In its. All ordi addrtated to at, or te oar
Agent, Motscj. Placi V Xovae. 1131 Chamber street,
oorner Wathlpgton Btrt, Nev Tork City, will rtostve
prompt attention. .1 : - : 'i , - ,
Th retail trad suppllsd by Srt class jobblbg kottsse
In tha various eltll.
' 1 TAUKB PlaACK. :
W. f. T-" 1 , ICa. Pt-ie.
V. B.' Trad Pric LU fnoiliV4 O appllutlOB. - -
mcbS7-d3ma w rr ,
Double thick Flint GlaW Lamp Ohim
, nies, Called " Nut Orackera," : "
Fm SALE AT 0.-f.;PTAIf 'A eHIirA BTORE, 85a
Bouth High Btrevt.' rr 1 ImcWW-fllavSura
- jt--."?tea- ; '