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Thf Ohio Statesman- Company.
Anns i'TM'V Ieaimn.
fc. B. EsMEliMAN,,
The Election on Monday.
The election for Members of the Board of
Education In th First, Third, IUUi sev
end) intf! Ntritli .Wards of; h City of Co
lumbus, on Monday, excited much less In
terest than Its 'importance' demanded. In
the mMat'o Jbe rejojtelngs over thecrewn
Ing victory, of the war, many voters In
those Wards forgot all about the election,
and failed to ro to the polls. The result, how
ever, ts as' gratifying u we bad any reason
to hope,' The Democrats elected the Mem
bers vf he Board In the Fifth, Seventh,
and. inth Wards; , and the Republicans
nlpp.ted their men In the First and Third
WarasrTbls makes the new Board, polltt
caW, the same as the old Board-leavrng it
In thenanasoi mo iuiui;i,.
Here Is the result:
OuLleUU 1 'JUrd-Ward.. v i , I "1 U c
JnsnhSuUivaot 1M Thomas Sparrow.....
jMeeJ,-.t.l.. 10 Scattering
ii .,, ' Seventh Ward.
f rederie'Fieeer John Riohnrdi..
1.- ..... -jVftuMrorA ;.
8. tr. ilnarwt.....: i B- E. Champion
Mr. Powell's Picture in the Senate.
The question-of taking Mr. "Wm. II. Pow
ell's picture of Pkrhy's Victory on Lake
' Erie, iKlr paying him the price named in
his inertforlal ($15,000) was discussed in the
Senate during the greater part of the ses
Ion vesterdav afternoon. The bill for the
purchase of the picture at the price named
was at length declared to be patsed by a
f ole of 18 yeas, to 11 nays.-A motion to
reconsider the vote was lost. The names
of the yeas and nays will be found in our
reDort of yesterday's proceedings in me
Senate. "The bill now goes' to the Ilouse
for its concurrence. What will be its fate
in that body we do hot pretend to know
though it was confidently asserted In the
Senate yesterday by the opponents f the
Villi that it could never pass the House In
its present shape. m
Among those who spoke In opposition to
paying Mr. Powell $15,000 for his picture,
were Messrs. Egglestom and Gunckkl.
The former gentleman was particularly j
ivrra tind fanatic In his remarks. He con
tended that, as the original contract was for
$5,000, the State was bound to pay no more.
If a different painting from that originally
contracted tor, had been made, there was no
obligation to take it, or If the State did take
It, the General Assembly could only alldw
the artist the contract price. They had no
Dower to go beyond the letter of the bond
StUTj he (Mr. Egglestosj was willing to al
low 'for the reduction in our currency since
the contract was made, and pay Mr. Pow
ell $7,500 for his picture. Or he would
consent that he should be paid the $5,000
put 6f"He gold tn the State Treasury- j
Messrs.1 " Converse ' Lajto : N Willktt,
O'Connok, Stbvenson, and others, urged
the propriety of paying Mr. Powell the
sum named in his memorial. It was ad
mitted that the'palrlting was "different from
the onfloxiglnally, contemplated by the
parties? tut it Was superior to that in de
sign, in taste and artistic finish. The uni
Waitt'itambny bt irfets.anduo'nholfeseurs
was, without exception, in commendation
qT, picture as a work of art. As to the
price, while on exhibition' at' Washington,
it had been pronounced by amateurs worth
atrtheJeast .$15,000. Some had .rated It at
been advised to purchase it by such men as
Wm. Dknnison,' Johs Sherman, S. S. Cox
knftoyiars of er eminent citizens-1
f'iher'were many ther arguments!
duced in favor of taking the painting at
the price named by the artist. But we have
not space to even giiucejkt them. "It was,
however, urged that as it wascommemora
flvt"ot l&tv greatest, naval .victory, ever
achieved by the American navy one of
Tvhi'cn every American was Justly' proud
and as it would be an ornament correspond
4ng to thmagnlflcence of Ohio's Capitol in
ftrhichJitf ;wpuld be , placed,', no- narrow
mindedness should prevent her citizens
from being permitted to call this great
ffolri their own,3il4 viewing it -when
they visited their own House in the Capital
[From the World, April 5.]
[From the World, April 5.] How Much Nearer the End?
Since the peace which established our in
denendence this country has known no such
joyful day as that which followed the cap-;
ture of Richmond- Indeed, never before;
has the emotion of heartfelt and patriotic
Joy sweUeq, In so, many oreasts on a sln
' o-Im day since the world bezan. When the
splendid victories of Trafalgar or of Wa-
terloo went flying down the high-roads'
from London to au oi inffianaa Doners,
in the' laureled 'UtaiKoaches Jly as they
jnightthe sun rose, and set. and rose and
feet, again, lon befire the racing horse! and
the thundering wheels bad kindled their
last volleys'tft sympathizing:, oheers which
ran before and behind their' course. But
job Monday morning one of General Grant's
telegraph operators, sitting In a room at
Citv Point, pressedTTlittle ivory key, and
.& 3d JubUuI, all the- cities Jtioq iTdrth,
and the villages and the towns from the
James to the Androscoggin,' and from the
Atlantio to the Paollieseas, felt the electric)
pulse, and before that 4ay's sun had left his
fast rays n the shores of Oregon, nearly
twenty millions of people were unitedly re
joicing that such a good Wow had been
truck for the honor, and unity of the na
tion, and that we were by so much the1
no&rpr to the end of this desolating war. I
i, . How much, nearer are we to the end 6f
. the war fwis the question which every man
asks himself who reflects; which every
! man who snaks tries to answer to his
l neighbors- - JJnconsclously, every orator
i givfls voice to the general desire and leeds
Mt with promises and hopes. The whole
j moral significance of this general- Joy is,
i that it is the spoken prayer p the nation's
heart te tw at peaoev .. -, .;;(
i , It Is for president Lincoln to decide now,
- howiuiuch nearer we are to the end of the
war. Ho torn of sound; judgment to-day
believe' that the Confederacy can establish
Munlf east of the Mississippi. - Perhaps it it
imnoasible that Leo and Davis can withdraw
utaeir? arrniea ,t. Texas, or succeeding in
iich a unparallckd exodus, that they tiaa.
"formany months prolong a contest ,luera.
' Grant that In every way tlie Southern re
"bellion has no hopeful tsme, and it still rep
inainl a question for Mr. Lincoln to decide
how much nekrer the defeat of Lee tad the
capture of Blchmond Bhall bring Ids bo the
wa oi4inwar. . i .
' frrr linwprfinnAlpRK mav be tne BOUtn
cm cause, we, who have brought, their
prld and their hopes to the dust, nave as
c,t h'vn thftn nn hotter tltemtttlvft than
to tip ht on,i though fighting hopelessly.
Will bit. Lincoln now issue uch aroc-
lamation as shall make it Better ior ine aoi
.lloraaHII ftahtlno- BlTftitlSt tll6 lawful SU
thnritv nf t.hn (iovprnmeiit to stop flalitlug,
lay down their arms, and disperse to their
.homca? The answer to that question will
decide how much nearer we aro to the end
of the war. Such a proclamation as the
President might now witn nonor anu uijt
nltv send lorth from the Capital of theCoiv
federacy would scatter the Southern ar
mies, exile their leaders, restore theauthor
' ity ol the Qovernmeoti'lbse no just indem
' nity for the put, and let slljk no, needful
security ior tue iuiure.
THE OHO LEGISLATURE.
- v - MORSrNQ SESSION,
Thn frillowlnc bills were passed :
House bill to repeal section two of thoact
' for the relief of the poor, passed March 14,
i 185D. The repealed section is one that pre
vents any black or mulatto person from
gaining a legal settlement, but allows direc
tors of Infirmaries, in their discretion to
orant relief to such persons.
M r. Mnnrnp.'s House bill to transfer a cer
tain fund to the poor and township fund of
Ottawa townsliip, Alien county, anu ior mo
relief of soldiers' families.
Th iiniiRB hill nrovldinir lor the establish
' ment of a Soldiers' Home was taken up, and
the time occupied la its discussion and
amendment, until .recess.
t :-'!; AFTERNOON SESSION. . '
1 Senate bill to amend the act to authorize
the Incorporation or joint stocK insurance
companies, passed April 11, 1S56, wasamend-
ea ana passeu. . i , - ;
House bill to establish a Soldiers' nome
belnir the sDeclal order. Mr. Esrsrleston mov-
ed to amend by Inserting a substitute, by
roviding a State military fund to be raised
y an annual tax of one-fourth oi a mill
on the dollar, for the payment to each dis
abled Ohio soldier a pension of ten dollars
per month, Tne amendment was agreea
to, and the bill referred to the 1 inaaceconi-
Senate bill to authorize the purchase of
Powe l's ra nt nir or .ferrys victory on
Lake Erie, was taken up... The question
being on filling the Diank in. tne mil wicn
$15,000 as the purchase money for the paint
ing, it was discussed at great length, but
was finally carried by a vote of 16 yeas to
14 nays.- The bill as ainenoca was put up
on its passage, and the vote stood:
Yeas Messrs. Bates, Connell, Converse,
Devin. Gass. Gunckel. HalL Hart, Howard,
Howells, Lang, Martin, Newton, O'Connor,
Stanberv, Stevenson, West and WilJett.
is. . - .. ,....
Nats Messrs. Curtis. Effeleston, Hum-
phreyville, Jamison, Loudon, McBurney,
McKenzle, Patton, Stanton, Wickham, Wil
liamson and Wilson. li. '
A question was raised as to whether the
bill did not require a majority of two-thirds
of all the members elected to the Senate,
which would be 23. The President, how
ever, after some discussion on the point, de
clared the bill passed. A motion to recon
sider the vote on the passage of the bill was
lost by a tie vote 14 to 14. Beces, till 9
O'ciock A. Jtt, to-morrow. :
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House agreed to the Senate amend
ment .to the House bill authorizing councils
of cities of the second class to borrow money
to purchase land for parks, which amend
ment limits its provisions to cities of not
less than 20,000 Inhabitants.
The House was occupied until recess in
considering various messages from the Sen
ate, etc. ' - - -
i r r ! .'afternoon session. ;
Mr. Harrison offered a joint resolution
which, was adopted, requesting the Govern
or to cause to be fired, at 6P. M. of this day,
100 guns in honor of the great victory
achieved bythe compulsory surrender pf
GenLee'a army. ;.' , v.'
The Senate Kail road Commissioners' bill
was taken up, and Mr. Harrison's substitute
for the same agreed to, and the bill ordered
to Its third reading to-morrow.
The House then went into committee of
the Whole on the Senates amendments to
the General Appropriation bill. After some
time spent thereon, the committee rose,
and the House took a recess till 9 A. M. tomorrow.
THE STATE OF OHIO.
April 8, 1865.
The God of Battles has blessed our armies,!
and the glorious cause of human freedom.
Under His approving smiles the patriotic
and brave men "in the field have achieved
unparalled triumphs. 'The rebel Capital
has been conquered, and given back to the
Union, and the army that held it in rebel
lion has been broken and scattered. The
military power of the rebellion the strong
est obstacle to peace has received a terri
ble shock, and our gallant armies are pur
suing it to final extinction.
. For all this we owe praise and thanks
givingto Almighty God, recognition of the
services and sacrifices of our noble soldiers,
and rejoicing over the triumph of the right,
the crushing of the rebellion, and an early
return to peace and prosperity lrr" the land.
It is, therefore, recommended that Friday
next, the 14th day oi April being the an
niversary of the tail of Fort Sumter be
generally observed by the people of the
State, as a day of thauksglvlng to God, and
of general rejoicing; that religious assem-;
blagcs and observances mark the day, tad
the evening be given to bonfires lllumlha-.
'tlons and the'thundering of artillery, pub
lic assemblages and speeches, and such oth
er manifestations at may be suggested, to
appropriately mark the heroic deeds pf our
'armies, and" the general Joy of our people;
at the early restoration of the Constitution)
and good government. I
, . Witness, my hand at Cshimbut the day
and above written!
the Governor: '
F. A. MARBLE, Private Secretary.
A on "Loyal"
Legislature. [From The Cincinnati Commercial, April 7th.]
We bave a remarkable Legislature. No
subiect is too insignificant for its supervi
sory care, and nope too exalted to be beyond
tne range oi its comprenensive statesman"
ship.' ftaeizesuDOtt the multitudinous af-
lairs of men with an apparent desire to
omit 'nothing, and a generous intention to
Ai something for every body. 4ts versatil
ity is. unsurpassed. It proposes to correct
abuses in the sale of skimmed milk; it placet
Its restraining hand upon the truant uociw
, "The whining ichool-W, with hli ntehal
' And ibininc morn) nit fu, eravping like laau,
Unwillingly, to Khoul." - . -!!
It legislates one flay on the gas question,
another upon telegraphs, ana third upon
schools: It becomes atnicultural horticultu
ral, educational, scientific; and anon, moves
with an easy grace from the consideration
"of the best means ot putting down Canada
thistles: to tbaonsiaemiou or tnespeeai
1 est method of putting down rebellion, and
discourses wisely upon Federal relations,
and the co-ordinate and separate powers of
th SfAte and Federal uovernmenu: Drancn
Mnnr. nnnnthe affairs of the world generally.
anil'MAxicO In "particular! and in each and
L all its phases exhibits such profundity of
Information ana wwuoin, w jwo me
world in despair to determine in which par
ticular it most surpasses itself. ', v; ' '". ;' I
,., , ; ii the legislation
needed for the government of the people of
Ohio should have been' completed weeks
ago. The disposition to legislate for the
United State and the rest of mankind may
gratify the soaring ambition of gentlemen
who' chafe under the restraits of a limited
unhora of usefulness, but the v must rcmem
hor that wisdom will not die , with them
and that the happiness and prosperity of
mankind does not aepona exclusively upun
them. "If they succeed in doing wisely all
that is needful for the Welfare of the peopi
they represent, they will accomplish more
than Is expected of them. If they are
faithful in a few things the people will find
It out, and put them hereafter where they
will bave opportunity to be useful la many
things. The best thing they can do now Is
to finish up their, Dusmess na aujouni
The sooner the better. ' -
The Ohio Farmer, April 8th.]
[From The Ohio Farmer, April 8th.] The Wool Trade.
f In'the Eastern market during the past
week, sales have been very limited. Of the
talllnz and sales In New York, The Econo
mist of Saturday remarks! , The wool mar
ket was never known to be In so unsettled
unrt unsatisfactory a condition. There are
nhin wool who will not accept
less than-82)c; others who are not inclined.
to' accept tne curreni rates; .meu, bki
there are those who are willing to meet the
'market and sell at the figures now runng.
In the present clouded condition of things
It Is impossible to hazard., an opinion with
safety. One man's judgment to-day is as
mvKl as another, and what course things
will shape for the future is a mystery.
Still we are of the hopeful order, ana dc
lleve there is much behind a black cloud
sometimes. The sales" include" 200,000
pounds, at prices ranging from 65 cents
to 80c, including 10,000 lb. nice Illinois at
55c; 28,000 New York State, throwing ont
bucks, unwashed and heavy, 60c; 8,000 light
Ohio, 65k 10,000 State aud Pennsylvania,
B5 to 67c: 35.000 nilnols State and Ohio, 66
tRft..i Knn Indiana. 70c: 5.000 Michigan
70c; 5,000 State aud Mlchjgnn end light, 69
to 70e; 3,000 luinois ouc; .uuu jiuuum wk,
2,000 black Canada, 67c; 11.000 coarse Ohio,
75c; 10,000 Illinois, 25,000 Ohio, 57,000 State
on private terms; some tub washed, 8?Xc;
25,000 PU led, IV to OC; 1U unies ku-j uun,
6bc; 3,000 IDS. CB10fto puiiuu, uu, ju,uuu iuo
ciifnrnin R.ic? 200 hales unwashed Donskoi,
17 unwashed Persian, 42 bales East India,
(part 28 Wo gold40.000 lbs. Kiver Platte, In
bond for Canada, 30,000 longGerman, all Oh
nrlvob forma. Hllft fiflllie CaDe 42lbC.
In Boston The Shipping. List reports that
the sales ol the week comprised 150,000 lbs.
fleece and- pulled, at prices ranging Irom 70
to 95c per lb, as to quality. . Included in
thn gales was a lot of 8,000 lbs. good Ohio at
7Gc, ana th transactions over uc were ear
ly in the week, ana -would not be any crite
rion Of the present market value. We quote
common and medium grades of Western at
the close, at 65 to 70c, and good and choice
lots at 75 to 80c, and it would be difficult to
tret over 80c for now on the market. Canada
combing wools are scarce, and forsmall lots
about previous prices continue to be real
ized, 2.000 lbs. choice selling at $1 30 per
lb. - In foreizn wool, apart Irom the auc
tion le the transactions have been quite
limited, and prices have been entirely nom
inal." . .....i , T
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Election in Toledo—Heavy Democratic
The Democratic candidates for Mayor
and Marshal of this City were elected py
large majorities on Monday last,;. Mayor
Dorr bad 1,117 majority over the regularly
nominated Republican candidate, and Col.
Bond had 640 majority over E. S. Hank, in
dependent liepubllcan cannmaw. xui is
an average gain of about 1,000 since the
November election. The news from Rich
mond was received in the forenoon, Demo
cratic flags were unfurled, and the party
workers laooreawitn azeaiinat notmujs
but such tidings could have inspired, and
the result shows how effectually tbey la
bored. What city can show a better gain
than Toledo? Old times are returning
freighted with old fashioaea major ities.
Henry Cop ) Court of Common Pleas.
ts. - ' Franklin Coantr,
ChriatianMar.etal.) . Ohio.
Ijr prRSCAJici? or ait obdeu or
' thenidOart to me directed, I will offer for sale
at public auction, at the door uf the Court Houae, in
the city of Colnmbas, on . ; ' ' i
Saturday, the 13th day of May, A. Dn 1365,
at Jo'eloek P. M- the followim; described reat estate
tituated ia franklin county and State of Ohio, to
Kei'nrthewest half of lit 5w. aix and aeren in the
town of-WeMerville.- Franklin county, Ohio, ap
praiad at two thouand (S2ui0).dollara. .
Alaa,lotnnmbrUiirty(30)in aaid town of Welt
rrUle, appraised at aeven hunrtmi rt70ii) dollars. -
HE ANCAI WEr.TJTtC OF,
Atvbhr.litnra nf the Columbus Has Light
A Coke Company will ba held at the Office of the
Moaday. April 17th, 1863,
At o'clock A. M.. for the election of Directors and
such other business as may come before the meetinf .
- A. B. ROBINSON, See'y.:
o'pe NX ii: Or '3 81
At No. 2S8 South H Igh Street.
Spring ancl Summer Millinery.
MR. A. P. WARE
Would Tfemi'tfuiry IttTtfnh'; Ms ,W patrons and
friends, ana an otners, mat ce nai leceirea nis
Bpriug and Ctmaawr yiock of : t ,
Which are now open forttielaryectionof the public.
unaor we supnrision oi
PS3 Nte McINTIf flir
ef New York.,.
TH SECULAR OPENING
" Will take place on, r -
Saturday, April 15th, JB65,
Mr. Ware Is In constant receipt of the latest stiles.
suitable tot tut season. i
'Silks, Blkeas,Flewerf, - I
1 ii;-;n-:V:i:i ::.i'l UCeB .)
And rat ions other trimmings' and materials '
;:! ..- . of aJtstr1a.7 vi nyi' l'
To all nf whfch he solicits the attention of the fa-
dies of the city and country millioers. '
aprlMSt Columbus, Ohio.
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Books, Periodicals. Stationery,
PtPTDSE8, FAKCT ABTICLI8, ETC.,
No'.; 55 South 'High 8trw2,i
a KsxtDeortoflie Postofflee, , !' r, .
2 '""' '. ' C0LTJMBUI, OHIO.
Oil and" Timber tods.
T 'liivR FOn SALE DESIR ABLFbix,
A' 'anil Timber Lands, situate in the-eouotiea of
frke. Kolotn and Adamav persons seeking invest
menu may do well to call on oi Jddreea - :
CAlX Off' BOSB Aj' BEE!rj? fOBTII
east corner of H iith aod Town strert. for yonr
Clothing, where yon ma avv aneat Ilia, (ooa 4Muy
f Uoods. and.nl ttriflpw frtn, v- j .
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The laraeet nui
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jbor of Premiums awarded to any
lie world, dun iik tbe last lures
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THE GROVE R & BAKER
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The onW Maohinrthat 'eah doALL the different
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' O F P I O E;'
148 South High Street,
INSURE AGAIUST ACCIDEHT
., OF, .COLUMBUS, -.
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j oi the Company, m
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Th Company iniure against
Or EVEBV DESCKIPTIOX,
CAUSLN'G LOSS OF LIFE OIL BODILY LJURY.
Under General Accident Risks, the payment of
' ' ' " FIVE DOLLARS
Will secure ts ner week while disabled (not exceed
ing six months), or. . .... r. ,
One Thousand Dollars
In the event of death by acoideot within one year.
The payment of ( (
Will secure 110 per week compensation,' r ' ;
Two Thousand Dollars
i of death.
.r'i.it.f.!G"-er. - . "' " '
The jayment of -
" FIFTEEN DOLLARS
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Three Thousand Dollars
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The payment of
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Four Thousand Dollars
J -In wane vt death.'
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The ijayment bt' lT S H T 7 " ! 1
Will secure' taper weeVcpoiatioiii ot
Mver Th6uscldrDoUars i
In ease of death.
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a Capital ef tnt-H' : . . . ,
' ONE MILLION DOLLARS." , i
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v i. The fb'Jowing are the Direotors and Offioeni .
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WM A PLATt " '
THEODOKE ClMSTOOK, Columbus.
THOS. LOUGH. i
SIMON UEBUART, Dayton. '
, . , . LM.jajUBBY.CIeTeland. ...
V A IVORS'-. iBEIT. StebenviUe. f ;
1 w 1 ALKRFfl) GA1T11EB, Cincinnati. '-'
M ' l W;iriuttt, . i
HIIfiH J. JEwETT. Zanesrille..
. jTPECK, Intliapapois, Indiana.
Rrwi. E. antlTH. fkilnnbns. President.
DAVID M. tiKA V,Ceumbas Vice President.
UEO. H. WMItilll, Columbus, hoo'y A Trees.
iQCR SOTcnj gTRAiprrr seedlei '
dial's !uiij icfOTMlt
I Etc.- The Cheapest in-tho World,
TtTTr- A TTT7! THlJ 'BEST!
maKetnecivoi w uivii mimui Vv" ;,
. . leef eaU and ejcajnjnf. ..Colnmbu Ulftce, . ,( ,f
Ne. S38 South tret,
' t .iliirtS'et's n. w'ftnifdlnVtop stairs:)
apr-QJmTHr f.tiju uhu
V. S. 7-30 UMl
By authority o the Secretary of the Treasury
the undesigned has a-sumed tbe General Subscrip
tion Aaonoy for the salo of United States Treasury
Note; bearing seven and three-tenths per cent. In
terest per annum, known as the i, ' y
These Notes ae issued onder date of AutustMth
1864,'and are payable Ihreo years from that time, In
eurrency. or ar eonvertible at the option of the
U. S. B-20 Six percent.
GOLD-BEARING BONDS. '
- These bonds are worth a premium whioh In
creases the actual profit on the 7-30 loan, and IU
ttMmpUo from Stat and Municipal taxation,
add from on to thru ptr cent. mor, according
to the rate levied on other property. The interest
is payable in currency semi-annually by ooupons
attached to each note, whloh may be oat off and sold
to any bank or banker. . . (
The Interest amounts to.
One cent per dar on a t50 not.
.' XfM : , "
80 ' " 100,' "
t ts ;' it 5000 "
'' Notes of 11 the denominations named will be
promptly furnished upon receipl of subwripiions,
and the notes forwarded at once. The inUrest to
15th June noxt will be paid in advance. This ll ;
THE ONLY I.OA.W lit MARKET
now offered by the Government, and it is confident
ly expeoted that its superior advantages will make
H the ...v
GREAT POPULAR LP AN OF THE PEOPLE.
; Less Uian 300,000,000 of VM Loan au thorised by the
last Congress are now on the market. This amount,
at the rate at which It is being absorbed, will all be
subscribed for within four months, when the notes
will undoubtedly command a premium, as has uni
formly been the case on closing the subscrpttons to
In order that citiiens of every town and section of
the country may be afforded faculties for taking the
loan, the National Banks. State Banks, and Private
Bankers throughout the country have generally
acreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers
will select their own agents, in whom thoy have con
fidence, and who only are to be responsible for the
delivery of the notes for which they receive orders,
SrBSCRiPTioH Aoknt, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be rbcbivid by the
Firat National Bank of Columbua.
Franklin Nat'nl "
National Exclmnfre Bank "
TO TAILORS & SHOEMAKERS.
CROVER & BAKER
Have just perfected end patented sT , :
Which is far ahead of all others for Tailors and
Bhoeipakers workin fact, a. '
Sawing . Machine. Without; aEivals
Ita Size The Lara;eat ITIade. , , .
Its Strength The Stronsreet fflade. ,
Ite Speed The Faaleet made. ,
lie DnraWlitjr The Greatest made,
lis B-unnlilg The JLfighteat made.
'-. ,.-.,. vr": :-4.'.U;M " ..I ; : V !-v
J'. I'll v 7 5
Call and See this last and Best.
.11 hv c ,
n' --y-ju 'ir.I 0I?. -ii-i.V 1.1 '',:
148- ?i3cmtii ' Higli" Street,
' ...! ' ll ..
- COLVMBIIS) ODIO. . ., ..,
MW Messrs. 8CARBITT A KINSELL.lWSduth
Bigh street (Opera House), Columbus, are mow
sing one of tbe above Machines (recently purchas
ed from ns) in their extensive Boot and nhoe busi
ness, ana we nave meir permi.Biuu w romr phm.o
wishinetosee he Machine tested in leather work, to
their establishment. . aprlO-dtf
Jo All Whom jtMay Concern 1
IHTEV' THB HJB1CHIBEB8 .HTHA
MS-, sell our TWO YOUG STALLIONS
one, TO U NG DEFIANCE, t years old, and the oth
er, nUKM&nui,! years oia; ana also two yuuug
Norman Hare, well mab-hed, work well togother.
Also, tee f uunimtib uuust, situated at iemp
Chase, on the National osl, 4 miles west of Co
lumbus, together with Furniture, Bedding, and
aooouterments pertaining thereto, for cash, on fair
terms.. - AU or any part of the above for sale. Call
on tbe subscribers on tne premlsea. ;
mohSS-Jwd" '" B1GEU)t" MARTIN.
DENTAL" 8URCEON, :
OF VERB Ills PROFESSIONAL
services to tbe community of Columbus and
vicinity, and has hopes that any who may wast
NKIR. l.TKR-LIKK and UDSA
NE sets of new
teeth at VERY LOW i'RICES, wiU not faU ft five
Kim & A.ll
T.t.h Ailed In a neat and permanent manner.' so
as to render them as serviceable a they, were be
fore the deoty commenced. All operations known
to the profeteiont carefully performed and warrant-
OF If I lift Noill. nort
OFFICE Nov n, north entrance (up stalrt), Up
oi. nouse- .vuiuinuu.. v, .
IT l 1
rr -l ! ' 77.
;'A.: Moore's Estate.'
.totici! isr nvrnEB-s Oiven THAT
IN the subscriber ha 'been duly appointed and
Mualified. as Administrator of the estate Of A. J.
qoore, Jafe or fahklin eounty, oeoeaeen.-
Dated Miis-lMh day 9f March. A I
mobao-w3t JACOB H. MOORE
Demmitt W. Mkckrill's Estate.
VTOTlCE IS HEKEDV CUVEN IHAT
A 4mttHit.nli. nl
rill, late of Sharon Townbin, tranklliv oounty,
Ob . deeeefl iviu iAvnnii,Li
AprU 10, X8flo.
. t u sprit-aww
FOR A SHORT T1A1K, COMMENCING
Wednesday Eren'e:, April 13tb, .
v , fiotorial and Musioal Exhibition,
A TOVB IN IHELANB.
This splendid work of Art will be opened in this
city, April liith. It is painted on 11,000 foet of can
vass, by the distinguished French Artists. H. M.
Dutlocq Fouohers, aud represents the prinoipal cit
ies, publio buildings, magnificent lakos, mountains,
sea and river scenery of Ireland. ... . .
" The paintings will be accompanied byvoeal ana
Instrumental inusio by a troupe of talented artists.
The vocal illustrations are seleotcd from the im
mortal Irish melodies, and will be sung by Miss
ANNA GOOUA 1,1 and Miss TAYLOR.
. Mr. JOHN HERON will appear as Barney, the
Guide, and sing several comical Jrish songs.
,' Prof. MoE VOY, Musical Direotor and Lecturer.
For particulars see small bills. - i
.Admission, 85 cents. i J " 1 ' ' '
Doors open at 1; to oommshee at; 8 oVJock. '
&. Afternoon performance SATURDAY at 8
o'olook, to whloh children will be admitted for 10
cents. No ball price at the evening exhibitions.
aprlO-det f CHARLES McEVOY. Agent.
i OPEBA HOUSE.
. JOHN ELLSLER. Jr Mawaokr A Lms.
EVELYN EVANo...y.. .bTAOB Manaokk.
RICHARD H. UEARY.. Trbasdrbr.
: The great piece at last! mtraordinary produc
tion at an e.pense ofoverTWOTHOUSANUDOL-
i LARS. The managoment begs leave to announce
that- after months of labor, ba has at last been
, able to present the Monster Spectacle of AliA UUIN,
carefully dramatised from tbe household stones of
the Arabian Nights, with most brilliant, Soenery.
wonderful Mechanical effects, gorgeous Chinese Cos-
tumos. costly Htsge Paraphernalia and Properties,
unparalleled Pyrotechnic Illuminations, oomio and
fanov Dances, terrifio Combats, beautiful and start
ling Tableaux, Mystioal and Inconceivable Trans
formations, with a thousand and one wo.iders and
surprises, too lengthy for detail. -''
This TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 11th. IMS
'. Will be presented for the second time, the origlral
Drama of Enchantment, oalled ,, c -. :i u '
OR THE WONDEUFUL IABIP,
The srand Spectaole will be preceded by a Faroe,
in which Mr. JAMES LEWIS wi I appear.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON a grand
MATINEE will be given for the accommodation of
Ladles and Children, and such other persons as oan
notconveniently attend the usual evening exhibi
tion. ' '
Children under 10 yean of age, 25 eta.
'Doors open at a quarter to two. Performance to
Commence at half past two. '
OF THB '' ;
CAPITAL CITY BILLIARD ROOM.
THE ATTENTION OF ALE EOVEItS
of the popular game of Billiards is invited to
tbe fact that the above plaoe baa been thoroughly
refitted and cleansed, and is now open to guests.
i ne room contains
SIX SPLENDID TABLES,
PHELAN'S PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS,
superior to any in the city. THE BAR Is supplied
with a good assortment of
LIQUORS AJVO CIGARS,
and the room will be under the Immediate super
vision of the proprietor, who will use bis utmost
endeavors to pltase all who may favor him with a
. Don't Mistake the Place,
OVER WAGNER'S DINING HALL, E. STATE ST.
' WW Look for the "Transparency"
HiUiamt upon It. BA
UEL F. WEST,
HAVE YOU HEARD' THE JEWS!
iS AM FRANK
HAS OPENED A EAHOE AND SP1.EN
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,' CAPS,
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
I '''M'l I ' - l;i:'i .'I --T, f!A'
iA the Store formerly ..occupied by, Mr, Foreman,
No. 16 East Broad Street,
Than the like wu ever told )n this cit'y.
NO CHaBfiE MADE FOlt ' SUOWINGr GOODS
Hallo, strangerl stopa,mlnute.slr,"
Hero's anew Store, jmt drop in it, air, '
And view with wonderful surprise, sir, V.
The Boots Shoes that will msel your eye, .air.
The piles of ijoods yon have noi seen, lir, " ' '''
Or else you must be dogged green, sir,
To thus in haste go past the door, sir.
Of 8. Frank's New Jioot A Shoe Store, sir.
He's got of Boots, sure the best, sir,
In North or South, or East or Went, sir, ",
Tis not made up of 'Slouch' tranh, air, " i
And he will sell it cheap for CASH, sir. " ' ,
- " , . - . , - -A .
' Ills shop in town is the same door, err,' n
Eormerly Mr. Foreman's store, sir, .) -t. , .
ihere St Frank takes the shine, sir, ;
nd out-does all in the Boot A Shoe line, sir. ,
So come along, come one. come all. sir. "
Comericbi come poor, greatand small sic
Come nious folks, anc
na nameaea sinner, ir,
And help along the new beginner, sir.
H. FIl ANK,
... , . . Buckeye Block, opposite State House.
Justice of the Peace & Notary Publio
No. lit 8ontb Hifb Street. ; 1 i
Offici No 4, Carpenter's Building,
Bpeelal attention; It given to MisoeUaneons Bust
Bess from abroad. , , , tj . v nuull'84-!y
Strasburgcr & NuIid
v 65 Maid L.eme New Yrkf
CMna, Fancy Goods!,
BEADS SLATE-PENCILS, &C,
Invite the attention of buyers, offering them the
largest assortment at tne most reasonable prices.
I JwipvMUheAMaeeaU&tnnelpp, Price, eii emit.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT
and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, involuntary MDrlssiona,, Sexual DeMli
ty.'and iiniedimenU to Marriage generally1. Ner
vousness. Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Men
tal and PhTsiaal InoaDaaitv. resulting from Sf
Abuse, Ac. By Robt. J. Culvshwcll, II. D.. au
thor ot the " (free Book" Ac. , , ,T
ABoen to TttUtiida M Bafferere.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envolope, to any .id
dress, pott paid, on receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps, Dy UH. J; Cj JS.1.IN, o
-127 Bowery, New York, Foeteffioa box 486.
The Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Warn
ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, new and
k rel'iable treatment for,Pieeases of the Urlnry and
omuM CTHtms-atni ire, m .wou
Address,-Dr. J, 8&ILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard
f Assooiatloni Philadelphia. Psv 7 ' ' 7 ' fpr
Itemoved ftm him OIT OtBcei-
,tR. X' BWIIXIAWS. Bndway, neaf
High street. Columbus. 'Ohio, has devoted himself
for a series of rears to the treatment of certain bri
vate diseases. He may be consulted at his 0lEj;a
0 at nu omcir
"''ii' -i il hi) j
Broadway, near IheEsxhange Bank,
tnobssm-' -i'l ..i...
akle,n ts Lest,)' ' M'anls, " Fontte) i"
siloardlna;," oi, not exeoedlna;
lines, pabllalied In thta colamu
fft cents each InaertlonJ f- ; ', ' ,
- i ) 'i 1 1
WANTED A FEW BOAUDEHN, AT
No. 21 North Fourth street. , - apre-dlt
WANTED -A HOIISEKEEPEB-TO
take charge of a House and do the work of a
small fainilv. An elderly person would beprefered.
Inquire at No. fi7 Oak street. , between the hours of
8 and 4 P. M.u ROBERT ARMSTRONG.
aprBdlt 11 '
X ANTED TWO ClOOD jnilXINEH
vv will find steady employment, with good wages,
at No.2W South High street Columbus.. . . .
apr7-dtf . ' i . I . f
LOST-ON T1HJBSDAY JtlOKNINO,
April 6th, on the market space in this city,
small blaok Moroooo Pocket Book, containing about
s)40 in mnney, and somer Notes, and papers. The
finder will be liberally lewkrded by leaving it at thii
OARDIHC.-A FEW DAT UOAHD
X ers wanted at JOSEast.RIoh street. yA ;
A TEW KEA80N8 Wilt THE f
. AMEEICAN IjWATCHl
IS THE BEST.
Jt Is made on the best principle, while the forelg
' watch is generally made on no principle at all. The
foreigo. watch is mostly made by women and boys,
bt band. While theirlaboK ts cheap, their work
dear at any price. Such watches are made without
I lan, and sold without guarantee. They are lrrega
niar In construction, and quite as Irregular in move'
menti - They are designed enly to sell, and the. buy
er is theparty .most thoroughly sold. , Those who
have kept "ancres," "lepines" and "Swiss levers"
in professed repair for few year Srill appreciate
the truth of our statement,
.'THE PLAN OF THE AMERICAN V-A-TCH-
Instead of being made of several hundred little
pieces, sore wed together, the body of the American
Watch is formed of SOLID PLATES. No jar In
terferes with the harmony of its working, and no
sudden shook can throw Its machinery ont oi gear.
In riding or any buslne w pursuit, it ii all held to
gethe r as firmly as a tingle piece of metal. It Is Jul t
what all machinery should be
' IbI. ACCURATE. Sd. 8IMPLE. Id. STRONG.
We not only secure CHEAPNESS by onr system
but QUALITY, We do not pretend that our Tatoh
can be bought for less money than the foreign mat,
telletet, but for its real value it is sold for one-half
OUR SOLDIER'S WATCH (named Wm. Ellery)
is what its name indicates Solid, Substantial, and
always Reliable warranted to stand any amount of
Marching, Riding or Fighting. -,
OUR NEXT HIGHEST QUALITY OF WATCH
(named P. S.Bartlett) is similar in site and general
appoarance, but has more jewels, and a more elabor
ate finish, ... ,
OUR LADIES' WATCH, recently brought out.
is put up in a great variety of patterns, many of
them of rare beauty and workmanship, is quite
(mall, but warranted to keep Mote.-1 rr) -
OUR, YpiJNG GENTLEMAN'S ,WATCH 1
neat, not large, and just the thing for the pocket of
Young Amerioa. V'mi;-. ! (
THE PROOF of the merits of onr Watch may ba
found In the fact that we now employ over seven
hundred workmen In ohr factories, and that wear
still unable to supply the constantly increasing demand.--
: . -
OUR TnREE-QUARTER PLATE WATCH Ii
thinnorand lighter than the others we bave describ
ed., . Its fine chronometer balance is delicately ad
justed to correct the vibration caused by changes of
temporature. Theso watches are the fruit of thf
latest experiments in chronometry, and are made by
our bestworkmon, in a separate department of our
factory. For the finest time-keeping qualitlel they
challenge comparison with the belt works of the
most famous English and Swiss makers.
: BOBBINS fc APPLETO.t, t
Agent for the American. Watch Company,
, A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, while residing in South America m
a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy
for the Care of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay,
Piseaseofhe Urinary and Seminal Organs, and
the wholetttin of disorders brought' oil by baneful
and vicious habits. Great numbers bave been al
ready cured by this noble remedy. Prom ted by ef
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will
send tbe receipt for preparing and nsing this medi
cine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it .
Jreeqf Charge,, , , ,
Ploase inclose a post-paid envelope, addressed to
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
' t -i of i lA''Io,' d BiLHooiy
nohft'eo-dly 1 New York City.
At Fort FlaWwas aoareely a (tetter failure than
is daily-made b-niQst the advertised hair dyes;
uui w CM
TEEBY., ,& POETEE'S VICTOEy
More complete,, perfect and glorious, than the con
quest achieved by
CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE
Oyer gray, red and sandy heads of hair,. ThHbo
noxlous hue is wiped bat in five minutes', and1 a mag
nificent brown or blaok, glossy and natural, take
its place. Manufactured by J. CHRISTADORO
No. Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggist
Applied byt all Hair Dressers mohlMA wlt
A' 1NCEE BOK OF JBBANDBETH'S
PILL!) eontaint more vegetable saraetie matter
than twenty boea, of jmy pills ip the. w jrld besides;
fifty-five hundred jhyiicians use them In their prac
tice to the exclusion" of 'other purgatives. The first
letter of their value U yeteoareely appreciated.
When they are, better known eudden death and con
tinued sickness will be of the past. Let those who
know them, speak light out ia their favor. It is a
dofy whlon wffl save rife; 1 -' '
Ourrace are subjeot to a rednndancy of vitlatsd
bila at this season, and it is as dangerous aa it ia
prevalent: bnt Brandreth'l Pills afford an invalua
ble and eflioient protection. By their occasional use
we prevent the collection, of those Impurities, which
when in sufficient quantities, cause so much darger
tq the body's health. They eoOQoeieliver complaint.
dyspepsia, loss of appetite; pain ia the head, asart
burn, pain in the breast-bone, sudden fslntness and
oostiveness. 8old by allrespooUble dealers in mad-
Wtnes.,.,kI . ...,,;.,: ;) ... .; . , . imonJwawjuuu
Death Cannot toach thoae who) U0SJ
These Bitters have been found to be a perfect an
tidote ibtiremivingthflrtaymptomg, of nearly all
diseases, if taken.. In the proper tim . They, Are
composed of ingredients, whioh are known by the
medical; a,utyi jv be mos, f ppacjonsla diordeta
of the stomach and intestines. '
Their medicinal properties are so various that
they pTOvibsrieftjralla all' eomitlaiirtsj ef whatso
ever tatur they may be; hence their treat' demand
and the universal good derived from theli use.ws
' A judleloai we of these Bitters Imparts thetose-
tint ef healAto tha eheeks.aad health and vigor to
the entire frame.
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, while residing in South America aa
a missionary," discovered A safe and simple remedy
for the Cure ef Nervous Weakness, Early Decay,
giseases of the Urinary- and Seminal Organs; and
e whole train Of disorders brought on by baoeinl
and violous habits, i reat numbers have been -,al-ready
onred by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I w ill
send'ffie reoliXI for preparing and Using this are
olne, in a sealed envelope, to anyone who need
JYee of Choree.... t ,7.-..osnO
f Please inclose- a stamped envelope, addressa
i o y JOSEPH T. INMAW,
Ttos e,Ll nPIAIW W.aiai'I.-ni'U"
i IU Vh
" 'This celebrated Tollei Swap, 'lucb-iVa'Ver
sal demand, is made from thschofceea materials,
,s roll and emollient Jfc'tt nlnre,;.f If -g-rantlir
oentaaod extraufly benetlal
injte action upon tbe skin. For sale, by all Drugglsta
nd Fan'ey Goods Dealers. " J ' JaaM'at-dAwly