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COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, A PRIL 28, 1865.
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Still GrQier Reductions
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v a. M4aod prioMr iktir immeait and rr dtiirft-
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
. to orrwpond with th praHotdcnllnt la
GOLD AVD COTTOIVf
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Dreii Goodt Reduced.
t. iBtlmoiml Hlilrti Reduced.
(Jouiekeepini Unodi Rednoed.
Tabla Linem Rednoed,
t : Hail n..;i. ui.i
, Blank Dreii Silk Rednoed, 4o.. is. ' '
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An 4ffrlat tktir ratlr and attnetiT Stock of
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Present : , Uarket Value !
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.TIERED BY MY 0TKE8 HOUSE
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MFll i.YOD HEARD THE KEW&
SAM FR AMC
ESOT SHOES, t HATSy CAPS
WATCHE3 A JEWELRY,
vW;i6 Est Proad Street
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. JTallo, trnfr! jtopiminatt.iir,
w",o wSw;8toiJHdopln it.alr,r
The pilai of Ooodi yoa hava not taaa, air.
it ntipeleaoBubaaln6daTn.:iir.. J A
fczn .-f rWBottarathbait,ilr. . .. ,: i
lul3aaiMi!out"firftPT .WMt,ilri .
, TCit aotai-da P of 8lpuon,trtN. air. '
.iim taafaPiMIWaMMIiaih aa.W.'iti'j ijneaj
a soma aloaf. soma one. nomatli 'i? hy
iiodiMlpautw bemnner. iir.
.in-i Hjiil .'J MoirTrl ' M. Fit A TV IX.
ILx FIRST NATIONAL BANK
i !a lUaiu aaiMMia ownn f j r . i i:ui .'" I
Financial Agent f tho,U. S.
- "VT" lotai ana Mtter Bptenimint Beouritiae ,ia-
a a ie mmMi wau h mm uoairea . i : jlu allaaiBd'
if?u!w Tj vfc 1 TTratiiMi tllaej..
'" tVJaaainl annually at the rata of T-80 peroeot. 'Ki
-).nnaix and at ihm mat nf tbiaa jj fraa lhair
, aoillntarajftMO Bonds, at tba option of thk holder.
ner(ant;rTailorinsr. ; ,
i laV.-l" n.rD W. H iRl? T6wn- .tract, for your
h Tkiu.ibraou a et rood tu, (sod qatljty
BPECIAL NOTICE. '
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' ' ACTUALLY
"' ' in ?Rioi8 or . '
Caliobes to SOcts.,
' ' Muslins to SOots.
' CHALLIES, ;
All DOWN! ' v
NEW SPRING CLOAKS,
And out In th prarailing ttylai of the preient
MILLS, SCHERMERHORX & C0M
183 SeutU High 8t.t Union Block,
NEW CLAIM AGENCY.
LATE CAPTAIN 19th IT. S. INFANT
ry. and U. 8. DiBbureing officer at Columbui,
Ohio, harinr reaigned bia commission in the army.
107 South Hlg-h street. Room No. 3.
Colnmbae, Ohio, for the transaction of all kindi of
business oonneotad withUovernment Claims, boun
tiei , Pensiooi. o. His long experience as Disburt
ing officer in this city bis givari biin such an an-1
auainlanca with the aroDer methntli nf nrnnsiliira
W.U nun luniuuvuiD.'bii vi IUV TinUUB UOTCrD-
ment Bureaus under which he hu inrraH. u will
nj Kiiliilit...H:..nA.i. r . i. ; . .
iaoura the prompt adjustment of all olaima whioh
may oa inirusieu w nun inr collection.
, ytiriubita' rAX AUWUMH, ORDNANCE
nt. i vnnn. c. oorrectn made up.
REOnUITINU ACCOUNTS AMD STTWBIST.
ENCE CLAIMS collected, Ao.Ao.
yuw waJbito WABitt u at a reasonable discount
;Col.J.A. Wlloox.A. A. P. M. Gen. and SuptJ
Vol. Reo. Service for Ohio.
. uai. H.narr,U.H. ttuartermaster. i r 7
MaiorJ. W. Skiles, Coinmanaant of Tod Bar
Capt. H. Douglas, Chief Mustering and Disbars
tng officer for Ohio. . u
uapt. u. U. ilarnngton, U. a. Commissary. -,
FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK
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. FINANCIAl, AC1-NT r
.'I .' . 1 ' Of the United State.
nectlTc Bubscflptlotu for tbe
. X Buyt"ind Sells att ltlndaf " r- " '
Sfl.it TMai.ai.ti. a ai1 k.V.i ..!...... BnH.a
Psuqaan on favorable terms.
-, yvei nvsviusunii
janfl A ,. j- '. . .Cashier. ,
7-30 U. S. LOAN.
TflE IRA1VKLIJS JVATIONAL BAM
Designated Government Depositary.'
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THIS POPULAR. LOAM 18 JtOW OJF4
farad by the Government through 1
Snbiortntions ara reeelvedanil tTie nnta. Wni ai
band for immediace delivery by this Bank.
Fia per oent. interest notes received at nar. am
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r.. r oi wifllci fi !,:.
alIWr,aiT5imd eTalD'yOods. I arill
Bet beaaderseMbal any kaase Ja .tliteit,;:jNow st
: i MiKoni nitric, STOiSootn High Btraat
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; W. 'W.O HTM AN
DENTAL URC&0N.- A !
JX OF PER a ins tROFESSl01Ati
to render them as serviceable as the were ba
futethadeoav commenced. Air nal. l.
ttva orofeaalon. oatwfaily Detforautl
allousa Columbas.O. 'in '''Ji'imohaVtf f.'
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Oil Hd- TifflbIandd.
.-.t-a i'l ,:WirlillV; ,J( ,A ."c '
t'nirti ton sAii? tisirtABtiB tiii,
and Timher Lands. aitnatM'ln tha iunatiaa a
flka, ijoiota and Adams.' "Persons aeakiqg.ij.fast
nviiw ua. w -i w wu yii yi woiyi . . . . I
cSAM ILfjrV DRITTaT
mohU-Jn . , At Chillicotha. h i r
Patronize Home Institutions and
HOME INSURANCE COMPLY,
t OT COLUMBUS. OHIO.
Xtjtiiorized by the state.
Omoo in XJxxloxx XXlools., Illgli Street.
Inaureo BKalnat jLoisa or Damage by Fire and Lightning.
Baalneasi Confined to Flnt-daasj Property within the State.
laWn.riJffKK'i!, e'8'aUw"tn'l.eond-ct lU business on the most approred and aoonomlcal plan
tentJakin Walaohad property. Farm Buildings. Private Dwellings, and their Con-
h.r T l! ulh!aMrfth.'nthr.uin.?rlD!t M'lMaatoriee. Wooden kows,and other property of similar
naiard, Itistneebief aim of the Dii-eotira tnrfna a.f r.ik.. . i. i : i..:
guarantee to peripanenoy and of greater ultimata
.airrr; nu in louoiting patronage, do so with the firm
the Company permanent and safe to its polioy holders,
w,i.th the firm
Fp.Di SAMUEL OALLOWAY. Columbni. O. (' v T. TitT-'i -'P Yf.i,.i r.L.u. n
DfcWllYn,fi,p-' " t'
Samuel Gal la war. Prcal.ii.ns.
Lewie Cues, Vice PreaiUent.
0. II. Hubbardt Secretary.
Keep yonr Money la the Stat
arffa husinnu. an beina
t.haiP rilla la in .attla all l.a.a. nmnlU a..
oonviotion that the plan adopted by them, will make
ALEX. U. UANLKY, Xenia.0.
Alex. If. Tlanley. General Ag-nt.
XV, A.IIanleyt Aaa't GenH Agent.
TO TAILORS & SHOEMAKERS,
CROVER & BAKER
Have just perfected and patented a
Which is far ahead of all others for Tailors and
Daoemaaers worn in tact, a
Sewing Machine Without a Kival.
Ita Klze The Largest made.
lte strength-The Strongeet mtade.
Ita Speed The Faateat Made.
Ita Durability The Greateat made.
lie RannlBf-TheLlgUteat ITIade.
Call and See this Last and Best.
148 South High Stieo
W Ma.r. HCATtRTTT A KTVSFr.I. IW9ni.il.
High street 0pera Hnuse), Columbus, are now
using: one or tne above .Machines (recontlv nurchaa.
ad from us) in their extensive Boot and Mhna hnsi.
ness. and we have their nerinisnon tn refer nurtia.
wishing to see he Hachino tested in leather work, to
tneir estaDiisnmeni. aprlu-dtt
Losses Paid in 46 Tears
'NEFASSETS, JAN. 1865,'
FIBE AND INLAND
N AVIGATIQIV RISKS
rAffenclee In all the Principal
Cltieaand Totrnaln the Vnlted Statee.
Application for Inanrance will be
promptly attended to. '
ANDREW GARDNER, Jr., Ag't,
JohnsWat . Building.
Auction and Commission Room,
rpnE tW DERSIGNED HAVE OPENED
X aa Auction and Commission Room at . ..
No. 141 Eat Town Street, '
where they are prepared to do a general Auotlon
and Commission business.
Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended
o. eitner in eny er oouniry,
I..1.UV. Ml VI VUUUU J .
Household Furniture sold every market morning
L fcha rnnm. aommanalnffat 7 n'nlnnk. -
at the room, eommenoingat 7 o'clock
Ateo, uriMtuse repairad and. varnUhei oaha
shortest notice and most reasonable terms." - .
TIIRMKV A RIMnifJ '
Mo. 14 East Town Street
IUOHARD o KENNEDY
fiii;n1 i ,'i ; )o-DEALER-Ilf- bin v ' -iO
VBif.. il r !.:" rt ri .. - ; ' ': ,,',,. ,.
TcrtmXS, FAKCT ARTICLIS, ETC., i
No. 03 South High sVeet,!
Nsit Doot to the PottolBoe. ,i ,n 0
I - .JaaaiCOLUKBUI. OHIO.
Families, Seamstresses, Tailors
Eto. The Cheapest in the World,
They are snro tn' supersede all others, as they
uiB.o iiie linen nvnn. wunoui irouoie.
Please call and examine. Columbus Office,
No. 238 South High Street,
Lattimer's new Building (up stain:.)
.J. IIARTEUL, Agt.
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE,
Liquors of all Kinds.
TEN YEAR OLD BOURDON WIIIS
1 ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon
Also, tnenty-uva barrols pure 8 to 12
of the best brands. Will ba sold bv tba damlinYin
krg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other
T ecMl 1U South Hich street.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITAHV
' AND i
GOVERNMENT FI1VAXCIAL AGEiVT.
Subscriptions received for all
UNITED STATES BONDS.
OoTernment Securities of all Kinds
ATC BEST RATES.
Win. G. DESIILER, Preat.
C. G. Hardt, Cashier.
E. tt II. T. ANTHONY & Co.,
Uanufiurtnrera of Photographio Materials,
WHOLRIALI AND RETAIL
601 BROADWAY, N. 1.
Tn addition to our main business of PHOTO'
GRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are Headquarters for
neiouowmg, vis i
STEREOSCOPES & 8TETE0SC0PIC VIEWS, i
Of these we have an Immense assortment, including
vv ar oceues, Ainennn ana r ureign Allies ana liana
scapes, Uroups, Statuary, etc., eto. Also Kevolvintj
Stereosoopes. for publio or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue will be sent to . any address on receipt o
We were the first to introduce these Into the Uni tart
States, and we manufacture immensa. quantities ir!
great variety, ranging in price from 60 bents to $50
each. Our ALUUMS bave the reputation of boing
superior in beauty and durahilitvto anyTotbers,
They will be sent by mail, i'KEE, on receipt of
. . 9".riNI ALBUMS MADE TO OKDER.tl
" . i CARD PHOTOGRAPHS.
Our Cataloiue now embraces over FIVE TROTI.
SAND different Subiaots to which arlditinnr ara
oontinually being- made of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, etc., vn: about I
ion Maj.-Generals, 100 U. -Colonels. 550 Stateimen.
inf iii ig.-Mou.i to. iiv isuirjruiiiuuin, 1lviues,
37S Colonels. "1 Nary officers, 135 Authors,
oaa 1).: linn-n .in Alii. m i .ui tu...
o Artists. via Ktaae. m Prominent,
3000 Copies of Works of Art. rWnmnn.
Inoluding reproductions of the most celebrated En
gravings, Paintings, Statues, eto. Catalogues sent
on receint of Stamp. An order for One Dnsen Pin.
tubes from out Catalogue will be filled on the receipt
of 1.30. and sent ky mail, fkek. j . ' f :
' Photographers and others ordering good C. 0. D,
will please remit twenty-five per cent, of the amount
Witn their order. .
sSTThe prices and quality of our goods cannot fail
sosansiyi . . u .
april 6-dAwtr. " ' ' "tu init ,. .;
AT , ' !;,
WILL GIVE THE SECOND LESSON
of the new term to bis Juvenile Class, on
SATURDAY MORNING next. MARCH Arn at.
9X o'clock, and in tbe afternoon, at IK srViteek;
and than on eaoh succeeding Saturday, at the same
TriKMH trorra iiOLLAVB pwc quarter. In advance
Positively no visitors admitted withont tickatat
If or will Pupils be admitted hereafter without tiokr
ets. -v. I
An Tvenina Class for Adults Will ha fnrm-wl n
MONDAYEVJtNING, MARCH 18th. Terms-FivO
Dollars per quarter, in advance. Those wishing to
join said C ass will please call at the Musio Store
of Messrs. Seltser, llresel A Co- for information, i
, Private LeBaaw given,at tiu UIWtftt private
raeidenees. - uJj..GQ'j. i
Mn8io'Fnnii8hed for Parties & Ballai
- AH orders left at the KnsSp Stoteof MaSsr Usjta
er, Dresel A Co., will be promptly attended to. I
" Pupils and V isitora iwill, aali oat the underV
eigned for tickets of adwissiuD. ... .., j
'taohl-dtf " J S. rJ. flifSEY. I
& .' On the European Plan,
Opposite the City HaU 'Park eorher of FraWJt
Strset, New York.; .wai.;ti5T7
SPACIOUS Hofoctorjr,' Rath Haoms.
and Barber Shop. Bad-rooms warmed grabis.and
only one bed In a room. Do not believe runners or
haekmeo who say are are full, Servants are not a).
lowed to tooivapeiiuil,tps,; ,. jX .r. uWfPr&l
LOCKSTITCH! STRAIGHT NEEDLE! .
V the ciiajipion
GENERAL OFFICE, COLUMBUS, 0
CAPITAL STOCK - $400,000.
Par .Value and Subscription Price,
1U.UU per naare. ,
Working- Capital, $10,000.
No Peraonal Liability or Future Asa
GEO. R. BLANCHARD, President.
, - JOHN W. SKILKS, Vice President.
R. E. CHAMPION. Seo'y and Treasurer.
Hon. C. N. OLDS, Solioitor.
Lands Located in Ohio' West Virginia and
rennsylvauia. . - .
A ny oonsist of 423 acres of the most desirable
Oil Lands in tbeso States, selected with care and
judgment by practical men, after prospecting and
examining the most productive regions and local!
ties. A large part of it Is situated on Dunkard
oraek, Green eounty, Pennsylvania, where. In pro
portion to developments, the quantity and quality
of the Oil found, is superior to Oil creok, tt com
manding a higher price in the Pittsburg market.
The lands in West Virginia are located In Hon
ongelia and Wotioll counties, and are considered
among the best in the State. ' ;i ' '
In Ohio, the Company property is located in Knox
eounty, where the Indications are most favorable,
Oil of a superior oharacter as a lubricator being
found at a depth of 560 feat, on adjacent lands, and
within a few foet of the Concpanv's property.
The Company are already sinking one well, and
have arranged to commence two more, as soon as the
necessary machinery can be put on the ground.
THREE WELLS have recently been struck only a
short distance from the property of this Company,
cither ONE of which would, in one year, nearly re
pay tht entire eaMal of the Company.
The officers of this Company, in placing its stock
before the public, are confident that the induce
ments offered aro not suipassed by. any Company
in tbe country. The Capital Stock is small for the
amount of valuable Oil territory the Company pos
sess, and the assurance of a speedy and large re
turn to the stockholder is almost certain.
Full and dotailed Information given on applica
tion to the Seoi etary and Treasurer.
T A limited amount of the Stock is now offered
for sale. Apply to
R. E. CHAMPION,
aprtl-dflm Secretary and Treasurer.
, FA MIL Y
The best Family Machine In tv e world is
THE GR0VER & BAKER.
The UrgftH number of Premium awarded to any
lt .u; . W l.i j : at. t . . ai
juewiiiuo iu uitj wtmu.uun.iH vuv uuy lore
jean, wore given . .
THE GROVER & BAKER.
The only Machine in the world that EMBROIDERS
perfectly and does all other kinds of stitch
- iug, is
THE GROVER & BAKER.
The most simple, durablaand wtlhout equal la
cneapnessw.no woua, is ;, .
THE GROVER & BAKER.
Tbe only Machine that can do ALL tbe different
kinds of work any other CAN, and many I
kinds they CANNOT, is
THE GROVER & BAKER.
r b,F IT iCEj'u" ;
South ; Higli ;treet,
HtjQP; SKIRTS FOR IHr MItLIOS !
New Hoop Bkirt Manufaotoryi'
Havlna aaen the on-
fair trading of an article
of such importance tie
tne iiadiea in tn
w eoncluded to
J open a
ry, anditrvite Vheatten
tion of tbe eublifl - in
general to eaU and ex
amine mi araat afuori.
nineia ol HAoprVkgrtt.
Bonding the' Patent
wore Trail and latent
Vlafjirla. al.n .1.
p . ivm la.wou. duo l.LTK I
style of Quaker k-asUe
Skirts, SpirgiBusUes, Corsets, Patent Skirt 8u-1
porters. Ac. " .1
My Retail DepartmanTTs la tha hand, nf nnmu.
tent Ladles1 - -- T .Tr'XIVT -T
Deal an uf Ssfcrloanrlin tnw ni An-eralt tnanA.
salt thir vn. interest by oalling.oa ma jrlan in-
trantnf Harm Kkirtju I .1 i i . '.T.' i 1
- Hoop SkrrU Made Over and1 Reparrod J
Ladias.you will plaaaa ramambaritbe plsais i '
Ul'i.J ."aa- la. ai, 't.. .:i
ng.at jtaB. oiqtq oireet.
nui sow w we jounuu omoe.
T LI l. 1L. T a- ' '
V aMJV ai Vial UaM UlUUUe - ,
65 Maiden Lane, New York',
aiu& vnxnink vj;..
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mi Invite tbe attention of burars. offering tbntn.tie'
largest assortBieat at tha most raaaouaule prices? T ,
.ib-d3ot ....-, .j aj tv .lc-i
sa MSB .1
The Estimation in Which the Ohio
Legislature is Held by One of Its
' J. II. Putnam, Esq., u member of tlirjiato
Ohio lUlatnte from lAvMng county, and
now editor of The C'hillirothe Adrerttstr,
has given to the Iiiinmrtalitvdf type tbe
following notice of tueOtuo Legislature
ADJOITKNMRNT OP THR IiKCIHT.ATUKK.
That Itinerant body known tin tlio Ohio
lieglflftture, hn lit last 'Vunn ont." Itoc,
hausted Its stork ol wool, and the factory
was lorceu to mipend operations for want
ol trio raw material to operate upon. It
was' too lavish In Its expenditure, and nped
It with an extravagance not-'warrantetl by
tno rniesoi proper economy, rt lUiscrtea
a "bunch" of It into our election' laws bv
amending theui.eo as to allow niuiattoet to
vote; it threw a whole "ack" lntoourpoor
jaws ny compelling' ine trusioes or our
county Intinnaries to recolve negroes and
place them on an equality with the deB
titute poor; It Hfiunndereil A 'fleece"' in en
deavoring to compel the Directors iof our
C'orrtmori Schools to receive negroes into
the schools on an e quality with white chll-
tiren.' uut a lew or the loyal liad not been
fully educated up to that high stand point;
they had not been Initiated Into the inner
mysteries ot Abolitionism, and the measure
1U.111-U. i jiunj; niu iyiiiuiiiutl ui Its HIUCK
on hand ffinarelv into the incasuro provid
...I1...1 I. .1 - 1. It
ing a home for disabled soldiers, and nearlv
ueieaieu me diii ny etuicavoiing to insert
an amendment that negro soldiers should
bo received into the institution on an eoual-
ity with white soldiers. A large majority
of the Abolitionists voted for it, and it was
only defeated by the votes of Democrats.
Taking it altogether, it was a remarkable
body. Like Woollbrd's celebrated cavalry,
members might liavo been lound every
place except where they belonged. Sonle
were at Oil Creek witli the ''liquid on the
brain," others were at Toledo running flour
nulls, others in JNew lork looking alter
nork 'transactions, others in Dixie specu
lating in cotton, and wherever a loyal man
could perigiuate the august assembly was
represented. Jt has thriblcd our taxes, dis
regarded constitutional obligations and
perpetrated more silly stnll' which it dig
nities with the title of legislation than any
other body of law-makers that ever con
vened. IJut it is defunct. Peace to its
ashes, and may we never see its like again.
[From The Chicago Times.]
The Democracy and Mr. Johnson.
We think we do not misjudge the temper
or intentions ot the Democratic party in
saying that it is disposed to treat Jlr. John
son not only with candor, but with kind
ness. The d'illiculties surrounding his posi
tion are fully realized by the people, and
the tragic death of Mr. Lincoln has touched
their sensibilities and been cll'ective in
awakening their sympathies lor his sueces-
sor. There are none who are disposed to
seek occasion for assailing him, ami if there
should arise an opposition to uis nilminlS'
tratlon as vigorous as . that which Mr. Lin
coln was called to encounter during tmrt ot
tils first term, out wnicli. so lar as the i)C'
mocracy were concerned, was fast disap
pearing before the humane and conserva
tive policy lie had. indicated out a lew days
prior to his death, tt will lie clueny due to
ihs departure from the course which his
predecessor had determined upon. We do
not hold him responsible for the compari
sons which zealous fanatics and dema
gogues are instituting between his capacity
to deal with the re-establishment of order
and constitutional government in the
Insurgent States -and , that possessed by
Mr. Lincoln, and in which; nla superi
ority is confidently asserted. We trust he
will evince the good sense and modesty to
disavow them, iucy are reproaches upon
the memory of Air. Lincoln! His statesman-
snip is yet to ue proved, ana ne.cannot dcd
ter display it 4liau by winning to himself
the popular support wnicn 6Ucn compare
sons are admirably calculated to estrange.
If lie permits hlmseirto he inflated Dy tnein,
and, by becoming the dupe of tliem, toUe
driven into severe extreme and -vindictive
measurfs in tho treatment of the insurgent
States, he will soon encounter difficulties
beyond ins power to master.
- ',. .Mr. Lincoln gave cvi
dence.of. his intention to so modify and
change his policy as to attract to it the sup
port oi conservative men oi an parties, aim
Air. Johnson should give this fact much
weight.' His action will bo Criticised in. a
spirit -of candor and kindness unless he
shall himself provoke Indignant. rebuke by
a willful disregard of the nation's interests
andof the people's wishes. We repeat that
there is no disposition on the .part of the
Democracy to assail him. He must not in
fer, however, that, In their willingness to
bury partisan animosities, they intend, in
the slightest degree, to abate the vigilance
with which they watch political develop
ments, or to abstain from -oiuuuen ting cm
them with entire freedom. , ,'
Governor Brough of Ohio.
This gentleman does hot seem to have!
won toe iifghest regard ot the soldiers irom
his state. There has -been r organizea a
"Uoiqn Cen tral Committee of the Army of
tne cnrnDerjanu," to carry into enecx ine
call ot the ilOhio State Central Cominittee,"
and work for the nomination of a man for
the next Governor kit Ohio who will pay
sohi,o regard to the interests ,of the soldiers
from that State. Thecommjttee will com
mence ita work by; holding, k . rneetiog on
this (Tuesday) evening, at the chapel of the
Christian Commission, in Chattanooga, 'and.
will then more particularly call upon Ohio
soldiers to come forward and lend their aid
Nashville Daily Press, April 25.
J. Wilkes Booth.
President, performed at the Gayety, iii thia
city, some live !yfcar'slnce. The Gayety
was thenfimanagech ibyJo'C. Cuyler and
I'homarFarrel.iilIooth waeai excited, was
juite-"ofl; his balance, , and iBcta, like a
wild niao ;jvneniencing wun jjeonara,in
Bicbard HI, be cut L.'s head Open and also
oubhis lyu4d ( The next evening he fell up
on his dagger witnsucriiorce, inar. came
near proving fatjaL . yifew ilavs after, this,'
a young woman, .in a-nt or jealousy, at-,
.tempted to kill him &t,h&. hotel. Jn Bxoad-,
rway,Tln lifid Wb1 wa accidetry''shot ta:
;u U .kXruWat.t' ' Mstaa i ::srn..T.M w
'sttlllh ls bbdy Whenhe peTlbrmtd'lli'' Al-i
'.v n."f' i Titw mi, .i naa
Hon. Allen G. Thurman.
ft'Tjlbqlhtly' 'and forelblylnrgod hfLTh
Allen County Deiwcrat for nomination by
the Democracy for-Governor of Ohloj
JiidgeThurmart Ifl-arv abla. Ja.wyejjiSonpd
8tatesma;a: .firm f)em jorsft, i-Ma polished
gentleman; and u jioml nateu.ior tpe tneti
position, would teceira tbe heartyj andnniti
ed tjUpport oitheDamoerAoy rthe. iState,
'tviiill.sSitoad Ittgbtmrtot yinhn jtlit
luloy .v' .' ill1 .l-.i- f?"1." 'i
uyAiHAaf waad)8paragipg Grw, Jn. Sher4
man'i presence, AKhen the Jattep.Jbrokft out
with : "It won't do,;iir, , it wolili ;dor sir 1
Grant Is a great General V He stood by me
when I was craf frnd I stood by him when
he was drunk f 'And flow, sif,iwaretaudy
each other." "aw H-rt d:i ..
..-:ioi i if JiO'a an inmsxi j. 1
[From The Empire.]
The Fanatical Clergy.
The following from Die Chicooo Tlmtt,
meeU our.fulleat concurrence, irom tv
ery nuurtor Un tiresa comes to us loiied
dorTa with tlie- bloodthirsty and atrocloui
utterances of the Abolition preachers. Tho
Devil the Arch Fiend in the character of
Moloch seems in these latter days, to have
selected them as his especial mouth-piece.
' There can be neither peace, nor quiet, nor
good order in the land while it la afllioted
with this horrible evil: ' "
Of all bloodthirsty 'people,' the most
bloodthirsty, whatever, the occir1pn;of
bloodtbirstinfss, . are . tbe , bloodthirsty
priests. Of all rnen who profess a faith and
belie it In their practice, the worst are those
professed teachers of the religion of Jesus
wntrreverseall the benign maxima of the
Uivine Mauler in times of popular, excite
ment by inciting from their pulpits disor
der, violence aud bloodshed. Such have
lived In all countries and at all periods, and
unfortunately tbey are not less numerous
Itow in thig country than tbey have been at
any time durlngthe past twenty years. Un
fortunatcly we have some such here in
Chicago, and It is painful to know that
some of them seized the solemn and mal
ancholy occasion of yesterday to go
upon .the. ramiiage. ... One of them
prayed niid his prayer' b was" ad
dressed to God through the Prince of Peace
that "if it wag not right to visit loyal ia
dlgnptiou upon traitors (meaning Dcrao
cnijts) in the streets of Chicago by knocking
them down, to grant to the loyal power of
forbearance." Another, in an address from
the pulpit, poured out maledictions upon
al who had opposed the late Adminlstra
tion; called them traitors, and said they
must be "wined out;" applauded the old
'murderer, John Iirown, denounced The
Times for having compared him with Booth,
aud lamented that no measures had been
taken to prevent the utterance of such,
treasonable sentiments in the futnre; at
tributed the death of Mr. Lincoln to the
fostering of traitors in the loyal States, who
were In business here, growing rich, but
who must be "driven out;" and denounced
the revocation of Burnslde's order suppresa
ing The Times. And the audience frequent
ly cheered. Another, in an address from
the same pulpit, was of the opinion that
" loyal men" with "muscular aims" and
u heavy fists attached " would " do right in
the sight of God to plant these fists right
square in the lace ot every traitor who
dared to blurt hia treason in the hearing of
loyal men," &c. :
Such was something of the entertainment
In one of the churches yesterday. There la
nothing particularly alarming in the fact,
because, as we have said, bloodthirsty
Criests have lived in all periods, and bave
ecu common in this country during these
past twenty years priests not of the relig
ion of the Lamb, but emissaries of tbe spirit
of evil, discord and bloodshed, They do a
vast deal of damage, undoubtedly, but so
revolting to the moral senso of a treat ma
jority of the people are their fantastic trlcka
that their power ot harm is limited. - s
We are happy to have it in our power to
say to our readers, the ponderous body
known.asthe Ohio Legislature, adjourned
on last Thursday near midnight in a blaze
of glory , well filled with Eplrits, making
night hideous to the tuue.of John Lrowna
soul marchihgon. Amongst the last acta waa
an attempted impeachment of Judge Van
Trump, which tailed most gloriously.
Me Arthur Democrat. ' , . . Si
5 CURE WARRANTED
. , IF DIBECTJOJfd ARK FOLLOWED.' '. ,
tW CALL F0R ACIECULA1, DESCEIBIKO
ALL SYMPTOMS, .jgj . .
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pear are at first verv slight. Persons find they have
a odd, that they have frequent attack, and are
more sensitive to the changes of temperature, la
this coudition.the nose may be dry. or a slight di1
eharge, thin an acrid, afterwards boeorning thick and
adhesive. As the disease becomes chronic, tbedis
obarges are increased in quantitv and changed in
quality; they are now thick and heavy; and are
hawked or oouelied off. The secretions are oDensiva;
causing a bad breath: the voice is thick and nasal;
tha eyes are weak; tne sense of the smell is basea
ed or dostroyed; deafness frequently takes place-? .
Another common and important symptom of Catarrh
'is, that tha perspp is obliged to clear his throat in
tho morning of a thick or slimy muous, whioh baa
Allien down from ihe head dorinc the night.. Whan
this, lakes place the parson may be sure that bis dis
ease is on its way to tht lungs, and should lose na
liina in arrontiniti j f 1 i " i ' J.: '1
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'symptom-, ' .i. w . ti
A atnjtle Hottle trill last ai naonth .
To be ned three tlrnee a day. -
frrm itrm. Thos. 3. Turner, lg.JM f Cbngreu
,,rom JUiHoie, late Speaker of JIUnoit WUref
Jlepretentativte.and Grand Mittet of A.. JT. and
.jr.,tftAeaaf JtUsa4.i0 T.ilJ
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