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V OOliUMBUB, OllIO. MAKCilinVlljw Tiilni-oiDAV MoitMNU, The Fusion Caucus Last Night. Ti. Fi-.J-m Cnowi th BOfflinAllOIT of eaudM." to AH the '' of Re" W"1 U m U. a female, 'm ii-st-nlgM till slew eu o'clock. Aboutojesj number of ballot logs were bud as OA Tuesdei tight. with si ml- Ur mult. 2 ' It seem that there Vi'o inch strouj disunion element la this so-called "Union" organ! tlort, that junior! o&'t bftUdlditooM b effeofr ' d. Soma of the radicals, TnnJerstano, 'wcc.it terrUiljM did "Mr irmj ii Flan- dot," t tho obstinacy of Ihair more oooserya tiro brethren. nd talked- of parting,, oooapony us n,l . eolltioal reootatee; Whal the oonlnacd fusion wlUend. la, we shall perhaps see before tbo en of tho session. ,k ',.,. ,. At close, of tbo" ro-MtM loot otgbl, to ad JoOTJitflm was jtrrl"sd till nert Wednesday nlcLk tfco i3;h iMt." Tbo fUBlonlstt are tome "... .',:.. I ! -J ' ' oa i1jQnrocBonti 1 i " ' " ' Glorious Opening of the Spring Campaign. M&t ah' promU4i to bo ao fruitful io glorlou result for tbtf Union, rf February, wa. Tho present month open wltbtb eraouatiOD of Colombia"' pa the MUslsslppt by: tho robot -troops, and tho occupation of .Nashville by the Federal army.. Wllhln tbo part two or three dajs, one Item of cheering new ha followed another In rah quick eoeoewsion that it Is dlffl call to keep thoroughly poeted. ' From tho cost we hser-of tbo occupation of Leeaburgh, Va , by oar troops, aud tbo avaeuetioa by the rebole of their ftronghold it Manassas, the tot; name of which, aiaoo the disaster at Ball Ran', nearly eight mootlai since, bee eonaded llkeaeteodin reproaoh to tho American name tnd aims., , Not tho ieaat stirring of the -newe front, the, Atlantic elope,' le the 'memorable tea-fight oa the 8th and 9th lost, in Hampton Roads, off Newport Naire. At first tbo odde were against oi; oar old wooden tailing reeeeU were ot able to oopo with tho rtbel iron-clad steamers, the Merrlmag, the Jamtstowa ead Yorktowa; but Captaia Esiosonw floating battery, the Monitor, finally eompelled tho rebel vesaele to retire . eaV plaood the boasted Merrlmao in a most, disabled ead forlorn conditio. -While we deplore the sinking of the Cssberl&si aid the lose ol hr - gallant craw, end the 'capture and tlcwjiig up of the Congress, a the first aarloiia oav.l reverse we have met with. In thle war, U Ie ho small oontoliatloB to know tbat vlo-1 v, lory fioally ioollned to our tide, and that the Merrlmao and ber rebei aeeooiate have been effectually juaretitad- froos escaping- to sea. Tbey were driven Into shoal water, where they resaeln, aa w trust, effeotually blockaded. From the extreme South, we have glorious newe jtulioatlng that the entire coast of Geor gle dJ a large portion of Florida ere under our control. Ju t rebele . having abandoned .w.i. l .in.:. c. at ..4 n , iJV. , n . t.i Bruoewielr, Georgls.-thetrposU are ours, while she star tad etrlpes ar waving over Fort 'ClIncb.Fernanidlnaand St. Mary's, In Florida, rrom, me boutn-west auo com important and cheering newe. True, we have not yet ao- eurate details, but aa offiolal report from Gen- era! Coana to General IIaj. informe as that li tha three elotlng day. of last week, the Unloearmy.ln which war troops from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, encoua-1 tered tha" eomblned rebel force under Yaw Do- ... ;. . .-. - - ,. . , u. u vuiuwvfvwi, o niug w tb Uzark Mountains of Arkansas; and wo a I bard -fought, but a glorious Ttetory, scattering I and parsulog tho enemy la alj direction. Our I iuaa waa oeavy, dw tun m wo reoeu mun I have been mnch neater.- Amour thuiritmi la I tbe nftorioue Ben. McCdixoch, whose name I ha b . Lou to Lnl aes 1 Miwonrl. ur u f. r.i.. -v 7 t .T " We have pmltteit; In tbie asty sketch to no- tlce tbe OMopetlo or Cumberland Gap by Our troop, and tbe evaooafioa of Winchester. Va . .d k.. .tnh, tW U.i ,.t. ' w. " r - r -"-v"'-iiy may well he eon tent with thee encouraging prognostic for March.' The "Idee of March" are likely to be aa fatal to the. rebels at (hey were to Julids C xta- - 1 i'j I I 1 I j 1 I I i I Thi MraawAiJ, which made , such terrible havoc ,wito r fleet In the sea-fight off New port News before she enooutered the Monitor, wa originally one oi the largest and finest vss-1 self ever built tor the United State Nry. . She I wu entirely new, an was captured by tbe rebels I Norfolk, where eh lay for some repairs, last soring., Th. Confedraw incased har in Iron, ana maoe a tembie Boating battery out or ber. Some time etno. U wa reported t the Norfolk y-j . ,u, wa. UU.; l: fu 7 v , ; ' . " robabl, from her late performance, that tnim Mlirafl aval faloel. til aisnnlei iNtamilail Usttii ' ''-' '' ' ' L,, I ' Exchange of Prisoners of War. General MoClxllak ha ordered the follow ing tariff of ezebange of prisoners of wart v ' For j General Commander-in-Chief, sixty I men; Lieutenant General, forty men; Major-1 w.w, wVn,u, mm, uiuaot-vAio-1 net. tea men; Major- tight men,' Captain, six men; Lieutenant, four men: Snb-Lientanant or Ensign, threw men; Non-commissioned officers, two men; Privates, ma for mu. ; It appear that there ei some shoddy shos contractors among th nords of patriotlo clti- tens who hare taken npon tbemaelve tbe task of keeping oar soldier comfortable. General Bausoa bac written to h Qnarterm sitter- General at Washington tbat th shoe Issued to the troops wear out in four days. He says chang must be effected if thi Government hope to keep tb army pi the West together, i i i .I i - ti ' Tb Comoiiss, captured and burnt in th fighVin Hampton Koads, wu a fifty gun frigate, built at Klitery in 1841, end th CumberUnd, which wu stick in the Bine . encounter,, wu formerly rated as a frigate, but recently as a sloop-of war. ' Shs wu built at Boston in 1842. Fou bandred and nlnety-oo of the rebel prisoosrt at Alton, III., have taken th onto of allegiance tacf been relnwcd. ,. , ' . : , Au tb newspaper editor ia Nuhvllle te ceded and followed th rebel army to Memphis, except those oi tbe Banner, which continues Its publication. " ; s Tsx Canada papers bar worked tbemselve1 into soother L)g fright over the report that oar Government Is bulUing at CgJanebnrg, la this State, and at other points on tbe'St. Lawrence river, twelve or fourteen guoboate for lake s?r- vice. l. " " f,- ,' I i J 'V'B 4 . i '. A i i act thai by ing hit were th The , eoi of: the ment mak a a the raise Michigan Democratic State Convention. V '. ula ( urautiou da, Ms' h 6.".hli Pr ilden!. A: -.op? "ot i t D roil, oh V 'cdin--teph, II. Ricr of he r tolr 'one j -od"v "3 jtem la Remind. That Dolitioal AbolltlonnnT la at jiuttly char-MblirirltH tt;!? War u.Sceiiioiiiui, aud ttial we hope for the epeady exliogaiabment of both, for a retnra of poaoe,' and n; reetor atlon of the old cordial end .frJepUlj toio ti tbo Stetee. t , . f?foJe(ikTbat in no emrgenoy ahonld-we forget oor duty to our. common oounlryj that otir object ahoulJ be to, uphold end eupport the gwberel Governmeut, anA ih righto of e catei nndar the CousiitulWi aod, net. to wage war with lew of eeotiooaij rorenge, ot tor Tstlonal pdrpoeee, - TW., nd. t.j4.Hij isvu JieiolHfl, Tht tbo Duwn cao. nerer be re ioVed to' ita full' meature of peace end proa pert ty wiiboot the. hearty aid end co-operation ot all Union men at the South, and H ie there, fore, the doty of the North, by Jte eeample ead teachings, and in every practical' ode, to trengtben their armi, to enoourage and fire tbtiir patriotism, end gradually cuHiTate and ralee np Id their midst each eentimeote of love a&d devotion to. the Union, eball every whore theme treason- back into. ItB hiding pioe( and 'compel traitors to flee from tb publio light. : Remind, That we bail with unfeigned de light the aodifloation ol Fremont' proclaim tkoo end Cameron's report, and the appointment of the present Secretary of War by tbe Presi dent, aa Indication! of hie eecte of 'obligation to eoostitntlonal lDjnnctloot end '. thai we will cheerfully eupport bin - in all constitutional meainree to restore the Union end preserve tbe Government. .. v .'".i. yyylX The Monitor. .i,nPlTH , The Cinolnnatf Qatttti "thus doaoribe thi Monitor, or at it ia sometimes called, Erio:on's battery, wbieh Wa (A successful io the flgnt in Hampton Koads It le built with the deck only 'two eel above in water, ana witnout ouiwaiu., un t&is etroular tower ia- raised .for the armament, which consist of two eleven Inch gnos. The. tower I Invulnerable, and revolves by teaualn ry, with the gone; that directing ihfum. '.Ao iron belt protect the hull to tbe depth ol three feet. Inclosing be redder and propeller. With all aboard it drawa only ten feet of wter. . It, wae built by Erlceon on a contract," end was to : be proved by actual pervioe before accepted,- Tblt it has probably, done., ' An appropriation of' fifteen mlllione bee been made for mail- clad veasels, and the pepartment has called for both plane and bide; and It may be expected that Amerioan mechanical genius, elded by the experiments already Made, and ' stimulated by this opportunity, will e aa anccesetut In this une ae it haa to an other naval architecture. The Town of Columbus. A correspondent of tbe Cincinnati Gaxitti thua describee Columbus, tbo last imoortant point from which the rebels run: 1 be town or Columbus I a email, unimpor tant piece, with a DODulatioan in its oalmiect day, of about 1000 inhabitant'. As thf . ter- ssisns or tbe Mobile and Ohio Railroad, it ha a business significance that would not otherwise belong to It. It ie siwaiad In a low. flat ground, m ,u.r ue-W.UB m 01 ? worougmarss i reeomoiea uaira. innt ara mnr tr- hrirk onuamge ua tne wn-Hoe or then hotel, wboee principal patronage wee that of railroad paasenge re. We found nearly everv house va cant to-day. Tbe people were driven off list summer, whan tb rebels took poteestion of the nine, mere are no provisions to be bad for miles eround tbe "soutbernert',' hiving de pleted every farmer ot bit produce without sir ing him even Confederate scrip therefor There but they are all closed tho Davisltee having ere a row s lores scattered through tbe streets, cieanea mem out- aieo. Aiiogetner, uoium buo ie one of the poorest and gloomiest towns 1 have come eerote,-eren In the benighted regions 0f Seceseia. i, . li.'-.-- .. - The Town of Columbus. What the Monitor Fired at the Merrimac. -Th. lven inch columbledt with which Monitor ia armed were etrpplied, when the left New Yoik, with four hundred rounds of wrought h welding two hundred and eigh, fiSL KrftafeS 'EZ'Sft&JZ Works, end then turning them at the lathe. uo cosl loor nunorea amounts to f 18, '" Z,.Utp, TflK tot Mwn'y-three thousand pounds. Cast Iron shot are liable to nreak in pieces when fired against thick iron plate. These wrought Iron ehot probably P"" ucn iot me reoei nailery. [From the Boston Post.] The Federal Tax Bill—Swarm of New Officers. 1 One of the most objectionable features inthe ProP?efl Mr tobiU Is tb. provision for the sppwnimentoi collectors. To have the ooun- try covered with three men a the frogs covered Egypt will be a niost objectionable burden. To Mpense will be enormous, and as durable af necosuy for Uxation. .If the whole du or collection war left entirely ' with the Btate, the assessment wonbi be paid, more cheerfully, the exaction seem less onerous, an immenee expense eaved, and a horde of nnooo- uiar offioe-holdero avoided. ' W hope this sub ject will be carefully considered when tbe bill comes under discussion, nd tbat Some way will oe aevieea w save us irom the sight ot tho og- iy oountenance oi a swarm or "unnecessary taa-gauiercn, Organization of the Staffs of the Army. The bfll for the organisation of the staffs t at tched to the divisions of the army, regular and Tolnnteer,ha passed both branches of Congress, . ,nd i, 00ubtles receiv the approval of the Peeldent. It provide that, during th present fltj ,Mn dTlilion of th, fo,oei of jj,, DnJled M wo or more . brigade, tbu nT h following officers attaohed tbere- whoIlconatltufthoHair of th.perm ' r,;.-i One assistant adjutant-reneral. one onarter master, one commissary of subsistence, and one assistant inspector-general, who Shall bear re spectively the rank of major, and who shall be asaignea irom similar ranks and corps of the army, If consistent with th Interest frtbe service; tr not, to be piated 6y tbe Pres dent Also, three aide-de-camp, on with tbe tank of m'Jf ana two with tbe rank of captainto be major, and to be assigned from the surgeoos or assistant surgeons ot the regular army, or from brigade surgeons of the .volant,- Th oirieioa eommaoder may detail aa office of hie command, with rank ot eaptalo, to set u judge advocate of tbe division, or a lieutenant of eatd command may be assigned by the President to ae such division judge-advocate, with the rank of captain while o assigned. . r Of Riouit adriceo from Fortress Monro showed General Boshsid was tt Winton, on the Cbowaa rirer, to which p6int he bad penetrated way of Roanoke ; Island ana ' Albemarle Sound, whil the rebel ware in etrong fore at Suffolk, an laeortant railway tenter (eommand- the approach te Norfolk, Richmond, Wl don, cte-wberw thejnrere Mefstedtar ifeTst adranc. Th opposln forces, therefore. only about thirty-fir mile separated. . - i , The CottsEBLaHo, sunk by the Merrlmao in Hampton Roads, we slotJj-of war, twenty-four guns, commanded by Captain Mars ton. Congress, captured and burned, ' Was a frfgate, carrying' fifty guns. Both sailing ships. ... - ': L '. ' ' i uEniaiL i ainoHT as we euDDoeed. K toriis I . st tb oubllsation. b OkimiI Frmnti I loer flofense, with brlrate letters m. csxtJ, was wholly wroug." It is but another of, InateQcee of . insubordination which hare cbtraeteriiced his-eotire career. The commit tee of Congress, to whom be msd th state nominally, particularly rrquested him to nothing puUio. II bas newer aeked for Coort-Martial or Court of Iounlrr. but like politician, la stead of a soldier, b asooals to public aRAinst a military order by which he oliiiine so. ie crpreeaod. Thi ooursa oaonot bin in eatlio estimtUoB.'i n; 'Mu of -On 0. In the T in . Legislative Summary. WEDNESDAY, March 12th. 4TC - H;oo -en i-agalnet lie r (i ol the! vy .ur ''"'1 purcoaeej iuar nepm' .. .a ibe btate. ... . It A X'juuic.oud mile pasaoa tueir 6v.ouu reauing auu were eomiuitled to eommlttee of tTie-Whole. Aw"w!,oc'W'i8itci:rtd faia tiieGovorn or.aekingtliat he be authothed to appoint allot-, men) ianta for the Ohio reg'.meutaj loan aocotiipaujiJig Ifj'.tcK lromJVlnJoi Wwner Ol the 7tith regiment, it 1 elated, that of $18,943 90 paid to tbe regiment Plarch 9d, 1HC3,, $13,37? 51 wae paid over to il.M. CUapin, an agent eppoioted bv the Governor, to be brought home foMlie familiea and Irienda of the soldiers,, 'to be distributed from tbe State Treasury in accord ance with the late law-M r . , , , Bills were introduced To ataecd aeotioo 19 of the ifct passed April 7. 1856, entitled an act to provide lor the uniform government and bet ter regulation of the Lunelle Asylum of -the State, nd (he care ol Idiot end the Iaeeoe. , ' The iltcrnoon wee eptntia eommlttee of the Whole end referring bllie fejUndingoonjajlt! tee, r'.' i.'L..,.'! .J :i .if '' 1 : V , , . . : Hootaw-Tbe' great reeotutionary day of this , reeolntionery i Leglalatur ooing -past, for tbe next twenty-four bourt the Hoose refused tp permit Mr. Bradbury to offer r resolptiofl'fbr ae adjourned eeetloow' '-, ' r,;jl " '. --V;. Tbe bill to amend ae act td BxtheCotnpontii. tion of county eommlMionore, pawefl Marpn iu, 1859, the qaestjoo belflg'di'lts1 passage -was loat,,i.Tha vot-wnroonsidroi and the bill; relet red to eommlttee of Ml'-' VSiUa were pastedTo atfthorlx the B6ard or Edejatloa ln DiUrict-9,'of r'indlay,' Hancock county-to borrow'' money, to baild school house. v Tbo Conference eommittee r reported amendment to tbw bill wmendlqg' be; law for tb eroteotionof Irolt tveoeand shrubbery, which wereegreet1.'-1n in oat'nt w wcq i ! A resolution to adOuro' M meet Id JatinaVy, 1863, after dietdctlofr tbe 8tate, making ppro prlatlODJ,1 etov belDt;' taken - ep, numerous amendment were'oll'ensd, much flme being tpent in making motions, amendments, etc; u , i Mr. Flagg offereda a substitute to the reVo-lu'tioD-. t j j i jj; ' ""'; JUtoltei. That the Gsaeral Assembly' poet- I eon tbe election of a United btatet Senator to libit next session. '''',f1' f t Upon blobibe finel tW ttoodyeas ' 46, naye 44 Hone adjourned,' ' , inf.; i li'J.-''W . . - - - I f Jbjs.' 'Tbs Leglsletnre) lifter several ineffectual attempts to'Uansaft, business, eca.tlered.i- Glv. eroo ais.' fliea about from ooe Boothr-rri point' tor afiother, endeavoring ltd Inspire, tlio people" and Indues them to rally, but :'wiih'.;ppor WOSSr( . , ,j,v ; 3.v, l ijSaetad HiW so'f '" ' . ' '.. ill I 'I mil U IlirA.t WEDNESDAY, March 12th. Local Matters. c r.i ..i ut'o' art. X "LVi Afi 1 to-day (Tbursdj)f at Mr'. Hulbuid'a resUentif,1 No, 273. East Broad street, a.Tery .desirable lot, el Furniture,' booalsBog'f rW&sl' Dress ing Juresas, Tables','J BeilutWV, '' Bookcases, Urpeh,' Glass aod Cbluir Wars; al so fiOOGeeen- hoese Plants. ,. i, v.-.'sa .v;J-.' Sale toconimence.at JO o'clock, A, ;!. i WEDNESDAY, March 12th. Local Matters. Probate Court. Items orbasineMtrimaeifed. Court of EraiSin' pountypudge Alberyalarr lng1 the week coding .Wedoeeday; " Mareh 2, 1862::cii4 ft At V V) til .-S I'' !. . (-1 t,"i There' "f ere .'ievcu marriage licensee, issued during the week. ' .et'e'r T Ths followlbg accounts were Bled for-settle' menl: - - ' ' '"I : "; --; " """" . . .. jlr mnna a Tbe (Tret account f Lewis :Barerc Guardian of Olive Borer; th second account of Charles E. Burr, Guardian of D. W; Skinner; "the fi'na coouDtsf James M.WiistwkUr,"rrtVtoy ot Ere Weibel'aod th filial' account ci,sjia orer,,uoaraao ot Josephine Borer; J-l a"' The following accounts were settled by the Court,, and balances struck. . The first accbuntolil4ward Howard, Ad ministrator of PharleB.PeaniaUiiew.due es Uta.l 326.10; the first aocoarit .of &'8. Ihnis, Gurrdlan of Franoa M. MoCollybalancerdu'e ward, $UMf th firsr acciiunt b -same a Gusrdian " Of fSilaa Oi JjlctXIly-balsoi.duei ward, ij.w; the ttrat aoeottnl at: Jess xUugli- man. Administrator of Peter Bchireyhalince due eslatei $871.41; IKe' first account of George btelier, Executor of Philip Einmerrr-btlancej aueiai,W;.inoIWI - ea - Wgel' balance du Administrator, 18 cents: the first aoobuni . ot Joseph Eaifttner", Administrate , of Simon i Joiner r- nalace" du - Administrator; $23,311 the' first aecoubi ol faopb Bleil.Ad minSstrator'df Charles Wolf-f fcalancee Ad mimatralor. ,14.81 .fr.tfci-n w Ji. Also, tbe second acsoant of Andrew SteW, Gnardian ol Mlohae) futnbalan'ti due1 ward. 4ui.io; (ice aeconci aocouni oi Jona dacromv well, Adminurtrktorof Robert .AndersVm-l-bal. ance du estats, 186 32; th'seob'nd' account of E. and J. ErParkAdminislratorsof Jahn Kr mer balance due estate, $214,47.1 au dit Also, tbe third acoount of John Helpinan; n. r ..ww en ... ' -'i ,' ' : "i . ' r. ji. - - f ,.ww , eg, ,.-,-(- ' ' . Also, the final ScauntJfut--VDcker, Adffllnisrator o AbnerKeWillkm44falaeo1 du Administrator, $,123.98; the final, aoconnt . ...v t a ft 1 j lit I t.. L balance due i5rd,2B8;kthefiol.coOuntf M. C. Whttehqrst, .Gnardian of Saluda E. Frr balaneedu ward, $851 68Mhe fi nil account ofThomae B and Sarah If. Aetary'Adnf. tratorswlth lbs will 'annexed, of .Thomas As- bun' bslsncs due Admlnitrators, $61.68;' the final adeountof Emma Newhouse, Guardian: of Joel Cutter ind Amy Sireeter balaQce.ue jow, in noieej.f toi,9oy ana.DaiRBo ao Amy la notes, $126.73; Jhlol ctsount of Robert For. eater, Exeeatof'of Enarjeth FmtDa'la'nc duaetat., $7 7a. r(:; )k wf r..,e,wl:,8) ... -v. t'.s- : . : ihsvsi wm, piryeq.ifl.Ounuiraior Ahn Bniran lile nf Tlrn tnmn.hlii t I . - - v.v-.F, w- i ceaeea. .nti:H in' wn rwt'iii John Gleich, natir 'oClIess'it .Darmstadt. tobitq nis nuai eeriincaie Ol..netnrallratlonf I - Ki-ww r Board of County Commissioners. .On Monday, March 3, th Board met, and the Wlewing petitions were read the Jret time: M(l J .31 M, petition of r, Batcher,foy b yaostiooi a road in Franklin' township; the pstldofl-ofl' lucaara i.ewis ana oioere i or toe rscauon pi I , to Sharon township? fnrl tfirj petitron of jl rftmLV.; n.t,-. ' e r Blandon tawmihlm. ici a-m ir.ll .im.'j ,i;:i3 t... Jio m.- i i, ij,.!:ri.'L,'ij,L.:i c; f" ito office as:nty Auditor,, MarcliAtbe psUUoirof . for tbs? aeatldB 0T a roid ii.Ji M j ' ' . and he was sworn Into Wednesday 8mita and pthersfor th aeatldn'of a told Blendoo" township was eonefjere'd, and no bb. jecUon being made, the roai waf'y aoated in M- oordasoe with the ptayenof tha petltloar - r .0 Saturday,-1 March 8, Je'sssP Bugfiinari, tcDoimeJ Sai earn "- .-.':9 t'il nt iuan! l if Jpn the same dtj, thavCommiuiofier adjourn eifo Saturday neitj Mart 15i .10 wua ..Parfeg fheir" BewTdrf lastweik, IhJ.jCc Ylrgil E. Moor,' and G,'NeI.Wender-we..)o, pointeirUers 'U roadFl.tani;, f petitioned fort.y AUrk Landon-abd ether, and ;jf,-M.ntrA,- ir,notAl,f.".a.' sionerS ?re'a great jat or th.,,engegedlOO' ixaniluln tha seit and wanchaHr af: ts Connty Audltov tod County Treasurer ki3 irfa- Ubi tteinU&i'evUlcmoV bf .-thoai cticori T The.CoiBnJlwiODfjij Ieq jiflVed., t,ue.;.Cflty Jail sod found everything perUlniC neu ana proper oioeraj njssi i,n ,r r i blMo-i y.'-e at.Uoa b!S,'js it i tire red !i v7 t-A. 'd'-'M l-Vi'i "HilI Gwaioos Bwnr I'J- W fcj 0a our tabic 'n boftUul jjatr! ,lo c -.Uoaal ac tuct to music by Iharl s Wurreo of,Clicl .nat'.,. and lose ibed to OucroU Mc Jlellanl by P? MaryaFarrell A .Entitled .f'IIil I Glorious Banner of our LaueVJU and Is published ia a neat form with an'epprcprlstrshi tlcgint frootispisoj. o fTTTTTfih Ot1 This handsoma .lece !of mosik can be pro. euredof Vlrivinbore,'hols l the American, and sxpecta to cell at pt.(vte resldenoe in the cltyr Hh bas letters fromditrtingulshed perrons wel( l(Diju to our oltiiajji r4omm,eudiiig' ,-Jier, to tioii iMsgottii iUiJ,i"Vw ST In the United States Circuit Court at Cin cinnati, on Tuesday, In the oaso of John Bill iard, Postmaster tt South, Charleston, charged with opening lotters pasting through his office, a trurvw wu entered,5 sol li pr woner dlsoharged" from custody tne priuoipal witness against hlm-belng absent u a soldJer In- Kansas. 4j 0--- L " o ' IT n the Cpyrof Comraon Plea at Zanrt VllM last' Saturday, 6. Gnnty, oouvibWd of librae-stealing, was sentenced to tbe Penitentia ry for three year, and Wm. Greenly (colored), convicted of assault with Intent to commit a rape, wa j sentencedto the same Inslkuiion, al so for three yeare. . HILLIARDS, Ohio, March 3d, 1862. 1. jRcsoIeea!, That bavin attended course of penmanship under Mr. MoCrory, who we believe has rendered entire satisfaction to alloonneoted with bis school rand ties given the old and Seem ingly once-Jost, tyetem new and -tbrivlog as pect In this place. ! 3. Rtmloei, That we tender to him our greet- Tol thanks for tbe effloient and successful man ner In whloh be u a teacher, hu conducted himself wbllelamongst us; and that we highly tommend bim to all those that are desirous of studying tbe art. " 1 3. Rttolvtd, .The, we regret ,that Mr.; Mc Crory's stay amongst us has been so limited, but knowing that duty calls Jbim trj other fields of labor we wiBh him thai success which his talent as a teacher of penmanship deserves. 1 '4. Rttolvtd, That a copy of tbe above resolu. Hons beeent to the Ohio, ieteemsi for publica tion. . " " poU. . . .... V . nriHiATsx. io-nigni tne oeautiini. ana ac eompusnea artistes, me weoD Dieters, maxe their first aflpeirftntte fjn tho Cblhmbus boards, supported by be entire company of the theatre, which will make them appear 'to mush better advantage than when tbey performed In-Atmo ry Hall some' months so;'and we are satisfied tbat they will be more at home In a regular theatre, supported, as they will be, by an exool lest company, aod. all the etceteras of a. well regalated lheaj&a' Jf t fjxptot'tQ see the ihea tire crowded during their stay-Je Columbns.-it - V TTp,' H.Vaft, f ffi' '?f .- 'nJ2i'mU vrwmtt lCrfUSPmC5 1 s lion i S I .srn J. M. tft V. KCERNER. ,tiv,: rr, J .KS72qrp?ieof -Corner of Broad & Front Streets, j .J S t:T"i OJ5Ii.U:MBUS,2H )KLli : m1 a i -, j.j . i. H emi .1 5J , . 'w GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND tft3foyiiiONft3.jA FOREIGN &, POME8TIO FRUITS, .. Iif 1 i -JtlOVR, SALT, LIQUORS, -. ETC. s . iTT'.n- t4 ! '6VBTIR8 Bt TBI CAN IN TUTIR 8BAB0H. edt$5-dly VM. II. DESTIEAUX. :fc ' (8D00E8B0R TO HcKEB St RESTIBATJTi ara i . a-...t- ettl. J i -'Ji l.i. No. 106, South High Street, .. .j l'.JM .oiro T-r-vTSTT ' 00 L ' sw. - ' oc e r i e s,p r o d u cjj 3 s Iroreign ,an4omeBticTFruits, " I . . 1 '- 1 rm f ci t JBSkl I r STORAGE & Cpryir.1IS?!ONrr sJUi urn tjj aa PURE t.U I VINEjJa. mi ..b ol elb titt EUi WHISKIES. .toilOiri at n ... r,T.u.,:.7r:j,.""r"t',Tf """i jow vur aae-TiiT'irnar nnrnnim inr btd i a nw - . . m Vi" , w.BTwrrr:w! ,.i m k i tm i ......... ..'.....i" Hir-au ,. , ,. . ... JW BDDiaaEDIUnilb. ; EXf RA DRIED UZEF'V .STGAR vRED,.JWMS.(Mew.-.P5iti k rtll,.1 1 .arc (a) uLl Lil " Ui' U t' i--'1'.u--",MW CANADIAN .RUCICWHEAT -FLOUK .oZ ' m ' ;-,-.'l ef'-S ..00 J uTIKq rorsaieojv ,a,.a njl.B,,; .W(J ,9i(i-.i. (,tt.TiLA .TKc waa K' HisiniOX ---w ? .tob 'if A .olllRGAINS IN PRXtGQODS ! -oKnainViaPE-r il"'6 WOBTK H'" "Jj 1 will Mil any goods in my Store !,T t f"' ;!) ttoods were bought at former prlcet, beinf morh Tower icattwy aijw tti.tfj flew Jerk JJarW. ii . '. J' JL; t.n.f OKiMKea MBtfimnent." w ? f' ror saw an kaui. viwoi a-? tvi. -. . w 'A.tnn... .dull 0 u '.z iiA&n.i. m.t. qh.a 'i: . , .n.l iii.a i,n i sa'i ..i .nil i '. i,',' '. h OaseiNo.l eovernment Nulmagt. . ID I rralle U lores. . ., . i i-'-i . ,i ir' IA Wwu illl-.. ' ... 1 30 t .jLi,,V!aiUIla. ... ."l.er do. s.'i . essks ZntenjrntaSl.Uu. t tm.ttPfrtvxrl 1 noris iu lout high Street. ' 4 ,K0J rTAt the Master .Car'rJrioncf tiV lb GsorfsO. Oi orQ (Vara l (o t al. I vs. Bsmasl 1. HK' Bui'jrlor O'.art, v 11 TT VlBTii. or An wuuicia ur pai,E II u m dlreelexi. h:'" Uie BnperlorOoartofrnnklln Oonnty, Ohio, I will o:iir for st the doof otitis Coust Houw, in uit t.yr i uuiuaikiu, uuiu, ua . .. ... Saturday, th 9th day of April, A. D. 18C2, at oaao'olorki r.a., lbs liillowliifdeKriMd real estate, iluateia Hit eotatjr. l Vraualln, and Bute of Ohio, to wit' A oortaln leo of tad to taction two (3),.,tonuhlp two (V), rang MTuteca (IT), United States UUIUrx land; comromolDg Id tb center of Plank road ilzty feel (uoi Soatliof lbs N. B. oorner of a lot deeded froaa 0 hi Weetervelt to Peter H amnion; theses B. with said road twelrs rods (IS) andsom links to eerf( Bkoner's line; thence 1. thlrtr-ons ' rods (al) end thirteen and a half feet (13X)i thence N. parallel with said road sixteen rods iai: thence west to the plaorof beglnnlne; It being the earns three sores (J) dteJodfrom 0. L. WeeUrrelt to B. L. Lingo, except a fraction M feet wide oa the N. W.. oomer, an known as lot No, one of the subdivision lu the aboTS deeorlbed thres acre piece" ." - r y Ui'l)lKo,andhoii,17J.00. The one acre lot, 75. M. 0. W. XUnUlX, Bherlf , and Master OommlMloner. Wiuo fc Biiwwr4tt'rs. ; ', A i i i Annnudatr-JiOtaW0t. . s.uaaj nau vu saen.i I PflnUr'sfes -i . " 'v - mchlJ-wld . .. .... . '- Dissolution' t)f ? Co-Partnership.f: THE Oo-Partnenhlp heretofore sxlitlng nnder the firm of BI0N1 St 1ST ABROOK, Is this day dlttolT- ed by mutual ceneenl.' 'AU aceeunu ana sous une mt soots Arm mut be Mttled without delay. , , i im... .y f.'(tu. u'-i a, bxvrw,' ..-JS t ' i WABJ100K. 'JliH 1.10B-- WT5MC '1 t -'W" ' I'-.r1.: Notice of Copartnership, I - - A'xr r ;! i .'' "' rTtfill undersigned bars this ST formed a Co-Partner X ahlp under the style of BTONB St LIWIS, and will continue the Wholesale and Betall Drj Goods bulnets ai the old itanS.Jj, awjran Blook. r i. trlilMlllllI 1. it . L , . - - - 1 itll a I : s:1 t o-'-e tt-'- ,w Ijio-i t.;o!-',.l I'fi'sSt , 10 ,liO iJ1.' t i.'.i- l.'a , aPT.KNTITTlLT : BOniPPKln H I ...... .. n WkLv;;. .t IMPROVED MA OHJHKitY i '.' ". ' . "'. 'and j j.-.i i. STEAM POWER.''frX ! ' .'. :'a: ' .... ,; ,t i - .i t .it. i lii- N.; .W, ;-JiBEAVOR;Sup t F0B.- 34, 30, 38 NORTH HKjrjTBKT,u , Nlateamait BalldlrieV Wcond t'iooiK i ower H. Ifewlne' State Steam ,, . iPrlntlwa; HOorn. ja'S it "tU XXTRA ettBSTANTIAL PAGfeDLANItrBOOKS, With or without Printed Headuigs, on Boper'or Paper ! RULED AND BOUND 4 -v To any reqnlred Pattern . I d . BTATR DRPARTUINTB, i RAILROAD prllORS, .,'. ! ' banking nousaa. j oountt orripitB,, UER0BANT8, n tarniahtd at tbs Lowest Prlres. !f . BOOK B1 NDLNG, vy ine auuion, or pingie Tpianio y. ie Edition, or ping is vplonj i ., t . ithlt ptblioatioiib.; ' -l MA6AZINBB, U i if M0HTHI.t WBU0ATI0N, PAUPBLETB " PAPERS, .-j- .if ii jV? Round laaoy Beqnlred lS. BINDING AND E-B!WNC i Orders froar abroad will neelre prompt and special J. II. RILEY, ,w, N. W. LEFAVOR BooVieller and Btationtr.'' ' ' Superintendent 75 Bonth Illgb BtreeWr sa fraokUn WnderyJ'H' MT1HU ST33"W 0 0 0 300 Pe-nasis's; siT . . v r H a mi AVINO jrST'KETrJttNED FKOin New York, I am now prepared to offer to the public a most ttcelientl assortment of OOODB TOR GENT'B WEAR, such as Sl!JJUa tl rT.!A ai.iCI CLOTHS, Ktrt..' 1i rv-u. 'iC,ASSIlrlErtV.S;i-'' .M.iOui ..t 'NESTINGS, ninri.J Ti '! .at ,4 ndagsaeralesiorusniof;8 It A FURNISHIC CO0D3, of the Hcheit and aeatest styles- in tbs mtrWt! all of I wmca i am- sairrng at JHJAf BSi' fOBBIBliU 1 RA,! I0B CASH. TTP SsaclaL Attenlian Pald:ta lriYtl. Irr uiiicere' Homing-. i Baying had long experience In the Out and Maonras-. ure oi uuteerr uiotnin. i reel conndent l can sire e. Urs satlsfaotiea to all my patrons. - 1 ";" - A?. BOSK, 1 w in M I 1 I . tl-A m - a c... .. . DOTlD-tf . , ..... .. . vur. nigu auu iowh ntreete. I :i t:tr.ir.'!0 j Ja , rxlusbiis,rhiOr GEO ? Fi ; Y ORTHIIiGTOIr, AGENT FOB MILftARt 'CtAlllS, ' 1 -.12 -il'c fi ii.,f-'l nt terfi'i i i'A V Cotner of F and Thirteentli Streets; 1 . . . . .... J, ' "' I hi ..5-SfWi.S tofOlBWhw-u a feTY., HAVING- BIKII JrENQAQED VOB A NUMBER OT WMPSI In Ihs flAltlaatartM aaf sssinh Alalma I. AMAf that (iriamrnaiit Afflaa ' warMh hex ku I oilers to attend, Io Claims of any kind that may be I nlwataite klaMl hMh.4M ' - " t " PEN8I0NX, BODNTT, ARBS. ARB Of PAY," lubslstsnce. Transportation. Olotbinir.' and narlienlaTl I or noraes. ana otner rropeny ion or destroyed In Ins I . b. oamoe, wiiu wnien ne is especially rammer. . B. The most nroeiDt and faithful attention neM I . ' j ' TESTIMONIALS. . i "I ahall cheerfull nuHf that I Washington M whom claimants can mare eonndeotlw uuui vu you, to conduct uwir nuioess wita Integ- ii, upwny ana asst. t. . . Signed by Hon. JNO. V. MnPHERSOIf, i Asst. Bolioitorof P. 8. Court of Olaims. ' ' ,15 j .. - Waahlngton, D. C, We 'are well aninalntad eridi Mr. wnrll,-..ln ..4 miij ooucur in we laroraoie opinioa as to nw quallOcs- Hftnar airiiwaimmii ii aVuw ' j . . .. . ... . . - . B ---' "S"W" vriwpejuaj saavwsrs J - ' I S ' Wirnedby ' RST. SMITH PYNB, D.t. 01 I Waililnfftan. . ZxtJUWt'' OALVAHT, House of Reps. Col. WU. B. RANDOLPH, rr Chief Clerk C. B. Treasurer's Olice. , MeJ fefcs-i7- (1HI1 AT eTOH7 HXJNOZER'a u mu. if a m, xnree iioors aoatli of Bioh. - TTAtlNO last retnned frrnit the Vtmtt irrl I w Hill DKEliY 11 pared to cJImW ths pulto the beat aeaortment of rxuo r uviftiar nidi li OlalliL flul.a..ITuiin..' h'l 1. 1. auoh si Cloths, Oastlrneres and Teatlr.KS. to be found In city, made up to the richest and neateet Styleaof uui.inn .1!. i -in ...... i . . - . , t i ru' joh bo'mmb. BSidU Vsrchsnt Tailor," hi i-4 i . - 't , 'TT rTfi' A - H A TU VfTC ' ' 1 ln,,''JUjW,AJ!li .Mill flMD,, t . i Manneor .vjuuC. X. hhitii, Maga uirector II. itie-.tii-.m. Treasurer JOHN M.KISIIVKV. Bcealo ArUat.....'.-.-V..-Al,f,fcN tlkK, ''V,'ri.Mat. . t ..IMMEKSE ATTHACTtOri 1 Si.. SI 7 Tbe Manager takes pleaaure In announcing au engage- meat with th,e celebrated , , , , ADA KMMAr " For 6L3 aMfits Atjihlv ! Thursday, March; 13, 1862. ; t, J I'' : t 't " ' t" "' ' " Tbs performance will comatnee with ' Bulirer's play j la Jsebr,bf fbs ' ' LADY- OF'LYONS ! PAULISI DIBOHAPBLLB&U...UIU IHUA WEBB. OLATJDB MKtSrjTTsJ.y..y.Mi P jB., BALTOM. DANCE, - ." vi:iJARlAlfM. SMITH. i Y'tq (otaslnds with (he frotea ft roe sntltled WOM AITS ItHiMS j Drsti Olrols Family Circle ,,. ,J. 1, i. . . .i... .. . . SO cents. . cents. Doora open st 7. Partaln wll( tiitat 7)i- ' ' VSkMSkiBivs am & M HAf T th qualifitd eefer of tht cityof Columb ui .- 'An elMttnn vlll he held In aald eltv aa Monitor., lb 1 7th day of April next, st the places of holding such elcc. tions. a described below, for the following c cuy emeera, to-wrt! - nanhal. Trnsnrer, two school Director! ana one Traatee to act aa Bombct'of the. pity jOguncil or eacn m me vara oi nua cuy wf the Wardt of said city. . " , it, i pells will be open from 8 O'clScK A, ,W- until $ ek P. M '( at the following places: ' , ., ' ,T .t. Ward Al North Engine Home. ' " Ike o'olock let Ward At North JBng' I.- 5d " Book eye Home ... . '3d United States Hotel. lUth v " -'..OaintolBnainsHonfS. " t. 5th. " T t - Bonth Engine Hoaae. J i WHAT THOMAS, Mayor'.'" pboclamAtion. Te (Ae qualified diet art tf the city of Columbut: The City Conncll of Columbne, at its laat meeting, Uarch 3d, VX2, pamed tbe following reaolntlon: Jtuolvd, That the Major be instructed to Inns a proclamation forthwith to the qualified electors of tbe city oi commons, caning upon trrem io rote at me elec tion on the flrat Atondiy of April next, for or agalnat tbe annexation to tbe city of Qolcmbus, oi ina cootign ons territory described In the first section of aa Ordi nance "To extend tbe corporate limits cf the oily of Uolumons, and to add sddlMonat territory to tne same.' pawed at toil meeting of the Oonncll and hi accordance wttn tne seoonaaection or sam ordinance: Now, therefore, and In compliance with aald resolu tion, the qualified elm-tors of the city of Coluobua arc rvepeotrniiy requeued and called noon to rote on ttie 7tb day or April next, being tbe flrat Monday of said mpntn, at tne places wbere tne eity eieotion is neid on that day, JOE or AGAINST the annexation to the city of -Columbus el the contiguous territory, described in tne u ret section of an uniinanoe or aniaeiiy, "TO ex tend the corporate limit, of the city of Columbut, and to ana additional territory to tne same," paned Daren 3d, lc2, which Is ae follows: v - i -BsctionI. Be it ordained and enacted by the Olt I Its of the olty of Oolnmbus ahall be extended as follows, uouncu oi tne city 01 uoiumnua. tnat tnecorporau iim- to wn: Beginning on Ins south Une of H sect on No. S3. where the said line oroesee the Ootambns feeder oi the Ohio Canal, and running weetwardly oc the said sonth line of half section No. SO produced, until it Intersects ins west aide ol Lucas street (in M . h. Bui van f, west- I era addition) prodnoed; thenea aerthwsrdly wlthitkel I west side of sate iiucas street ana the west side of Plum street (in Bullirent's weeteru, addition), produced, to the middle of the Bctoto rireri thence down said rirer witn ins meandering! thereof to tbe east line of Hair sec tion No. 0: tbenoe with, the waalillna ol half section No. B produced, to the north line of Alontcomer? lownihlpi tbenoe on aald township line outwardly te the east line of Phelan's Moont Pleasant addition pro duced; thence southwardly with tbs east line of Mount rieaaant produced to tne middle line ot balf section Ma- lit men ce witn aald middle line of half section NoVl eastward ly to Its inteneotion with the Leokwln Plank I Road; thence In aald road to tbe northwest corner of I Robert Neil's addition of out-lota and In-lota: thence eeatwardlywllhfheaerthline oY Robert Nell a addition I to I tne northeaat corner thereof: thence southward! I along the east line of Robert Well's addition to the south side of the Johnstown Plank Road: thence out wardly with the south- aide of- the Johnitown Flank Road to the east side of Btan Awswae: thence southward- i ly With the eaet side of said Sim Arenue produced to the I nortb-llne of Rlckly's subdivision: thence eastwardly I with the north line of Biekly's' suMlrlalon to the east I line of half section No. 4: thenea eoathwsrdly with the eaw une or saia nan section No. x and the seat line of balf section No. 30 to the southeast corner of O. W. aeyl's addition! tbenoe weetwardly on the south line of 0. Yf. Beyl's addition produced to the weal aide ot the Oobimuas and 'Ororeport Turnpike;' thence with the seat side of aald Oolumbua and Groreoort Tnrnnlke ouuiwsruiy so tne soutnean comer oi rrancis Stew art's land In half Section No. 89: thence with aald Blew art's sonth line weetwardly to tbs Columbus, feeder, of v.uiu vanei : tiieure wun W9 emit siao oi laia fyoituu. bus.Peeder horthaardly to the beginning. - . - - WKll THI HAH. llftiitf MarcU8ca.dUwti) aJtf.tl 6V. V a' NEW.-.MWB00K!- ,.ia v 81 . 1 1 i-'t .1 Tf s.5A; ii -r. -;.r . ,. it 3il .rvl irwt'i 1-j :a ;. ; ...s J. ir e-tl nanri era ..jj. r i i pv. 60DE OF CIVIL I'llOsiEDlj'RR BY eon i. -n-to i..sl PRIOR BIOX 13 00-Ooples will lie'Whe OT rhl Yt.ftb.prte.. - '. JOSEPH fi RILEY M. Ovnrl J March S,-8tdttw. ruDinners and liawvJiaaktslla. i W-t M I I i I CUfl-'r, 01, -rat J" .... I ti ii... tU' 'jpha-HilleC . . . Superior Court VI of Franklin County, Ohio. B. Wilson st si. BT Tlrtue of a writ of TondF to me directed from the I BOOTS named Court I will ofiet for. aale aa. the I warenouss or n. ritch JSpn, West Broad slrest, In tnscityoroolumbns.on -f. Monday tb 17th day of March, A. D. 1862 aHo'slook P. It., ths following dssorlbsS prcpHty, o, ait: - Twsnty-nlns (S9) Mrrsls of Whllly. .,v ! .a. JT. HUPf3AN..Bhil. PrlntsrVeasBJ SO: r maro-ow.l it IS T ..-. E !'triSiTlrl Sea rr "i -I JDress 4 u .-."- piNKr' BXTJWAWIi If AGBSTA, f6tEr' AND r White plain lllksj ' n 'J IMf . a Tatlatans la Whits snd Colors,, -voia nmnomeu lariBtSDI,,, j t b " White Paris Muelins and Organdies,' ' ,' . White Bilk ThullS snd Blond Laoes, ' " . fslntlaess In all widths, . , . , J f 3kA lex- m .,, m. ,,' JnW , ,., Til" I -M l'! . '( .." I ' " '' 'V Golden Hill and Shoulder Seam SliirtQ. TBRB B Ply Linen Collars, In all shapes ; Gente' Paper Collarsi irtirtlfll neo lies snd BcarfSf v i ooperior aid Olorea, all solars:-': 3 t ! Kngllth Cotton Half Hose; . ni ; ( Under Bblrt and Drawers f Bilk and Hhaker flannel: Pocket Handkerchiefi. ready' for me. uuau ainna or uents rurnlining uoons in me great ertTarltty and of beet quality. - ' " variety and of beet quality BAIN A BON ijavlt T5 afl colors"indnnmberSj Jiut opened. , . , I v; on ,,,!. m .. . ' . -. v ""'if T "Yu"l "' swew'w t n f ti. I fsblS ' , BAIN St BON. j . . '' ' ' ' ' 1 i '. . - I 4 --''" ' "' '' ' ' PrHni Lam (lnllaM a... ' Point Lace Oollara uiil J" ' s'" I . ' naitese Mosgollars, '" 4 '-"raj-1 leTw- Just opened. " ..tc'.vee wl !?- ' . . No, South High Street. tebl ,r-.i.r ..f.fw tT BAIN A BOK r'S'i ...-S.U3 it SPECIAL NOTICES. I ep A SU 'sM Cold, Cough, (Cuat&ejie.ta., or gfa.te. j3fli.CiaJr which, wiight-hi nheolcet, ..yiih a eimple riyn tihi it tietrleoted. or"n.' itr- i'Wte certb'tsly? Few art' alvart of UJu !? Ali4 Jxdnninif wvld yield . to i a mild remedy,' 'if not attended to, boon 6 atforle ifr lwg?j:U .''hi', .Y IA( i l&tavuLn:. J&fianctiuLL Jfiach.e uere first introdi0ed; tUvew years: ago, tjias, been.Jiprowd that phey are ih$ Jxof 4 arlitle hefar ih vuhLio- for XoOJltltl, fyata.fi thi tha Hadtang Cough in rfan. fttnrhiiculand numerous affeationa .bjf1 the (ph-tcjxtigiiAng immediate relief. r it it lie &pfaker$ and Singtrn,, will find them ejjfcotual for olearing and a($gthM& fw, ,oiMt'; , " " ; , ; ; .5 ; : Poldi by all Qruggicta and (Dealers in' Jtfudiairw," at 5 etnta per box. r ..k !for sale, Wh'olsa1or Mtsl,' by f . , ,4" 1 1 4iTu- 9- WBiRTB, Onigglst. j , ' No. 84 North High street,. - foiasiwttss, ,j j,ir..: ' - ' ; Drouslee ' 1 " ; ' ' ' are- Cnred br Brartdretli i. : ivxhIa.'1-! v.i"II. - - ;J. . Thli form of diseats Is oeculonel by th exhaltnt ar-, ' tsrlet throwing out i greater quantity of fluid, than the I absorbsals take up..' BRANDRBTHt PItLB conrey by magic, as it were, an Impulse te tbs remotestextreml ties', aroaslnf the Ix absorbents teaotloa, and In cats ef iwelling or watery deposits, araksntng tbs sleeping en-' erglesiW tbots resMla- .,,-. . .; ,. . . , SENATOR bBLLINQER,"of Herkimer t New Turk, vftu. J was a great sufferer freel a dropsical atTectloB of mors thaa.ayee's Snratlen. He dsrlrsd no material help -from lie prescriptions of his physicians, wbe In tact gars him to Understand that his use wss hopeless By apparently the merest okanee, the qualities of BRAND""' RETT'S PILLS were brought to bis notice. Hs begs their use st ones and with strong hope for hs compter bended (lit'Ortnclple of cure. i Be Berseraied with these for three months, taking often as many as fifteen pills a day, but always making it aruls to take snJBstsut to purge In the most effectual manner twice or thrice a week. vThUPBRSSVHRANOB'was rewarded by aper- feet restoration to health, which hu continued to this tims. ' ' - ' - " . Bold by John R. Coot. Druggist Ooluasbus. and bw I all reipectable dealers In medUjines. r ' TO MARRIED MEN,: Or Those ContcDipiatLDf marHst-. r - " . , -. . i. . - . THI nwdortigtreS Wlllgltrslnformatloa on a reryfia. . UrtMng and important wutjltefc which wfU be 'ratir-' sdmors than a thousand times Its cost by erery married eoapls of any age or condition In life. The Information will be sent by nisi) eo-aoy seVirtis en the receipt of 9 eeits CsOeer) andoneredstampii .1 ; Vi. - -tf!' .,'j ) All letters ihonld be addressed te V' ' , 4 " ' Is J , . t-i.4 4 V--; 1 II. B. VpRRIB, II. rn i cot31 -ly3lawd.w Busin, SbS ! KerpowedrOtu ila oil Of lice? '"i" Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, .'"Braaiiway,'aear High St., Ooluabus, 0., h devoted blmfelf fera series of years' . ... . . . . . . , . . ... . . io inuoaiigi owriam pnraxe auewos uemaype" soaralfed at his office on Broadway, near tbs Kxcbaoger anew'.' "S3 ' ..' . ...... ,: JanlMtf J ' ' ' -, ii.'..l AMERICAJ;AND T0RE1GN- DR Y fiOO'DB, - . Haugliton, Sawyer & Cd. I Arepranared te-tSer te-tbeir enatomers 'tna1ha'TraJe i generally, an DHuall large assertaaen ff Pry Goods sonsUtlng of rA U i v. . ' li 1 Cotton siGocds; i 1 a AMOSKEAP SHEETINGS, , . , POCASSET SHEETlNliS, i -: ;.- . ii :f A JOHN ADAM8r 4-4 4 8,- t ry tj6HN laANCdCrr,'4-4'4! 9-9r " COTTON FLANNELS, V " ' 'Jt 1 ZS .CAMBRICS vt;i:i u4 w at (4 '.' tl Prints. i:-!b3i; 1 si.ci -'iAY ti TKSSK& .-) SJi ..l SPRAQUE'8 slater's,. DUNNELLS' AVe i. PACIFIC," XVlte Goodt Linens, 01ts and O ,llsiala.wtr. !.- a Tk .Q as am a,! ma. JLVA W ia aw Yarns, mail AVarea, Ac. oVc, a iiafl ji.lI j4rt if TVooIcns. dassimrres, sudi ';',; Broadcloths, ' Coatings, WW Doeskiosj in Oxford Mixed, - . . Black Doeskins, ( 4 Fancy Cassimeres, V" xwowd, Drab and Malbery, Sky-Blue Kerseys I. 4 c ,3;: CA9BWARITT8, IRUINETT8, KENTUCKY JIANB. also: A Urga swortment of ID WARD HARRIS' CelekrsttW i i fancy and Double and Twist Oassiineres. TAIIOES'TWJIIIISGS IK VARIETY, .) r; ; lA t-! J1 ! Army: Clothing. 7 AjJity At y . B LANKETS, Relation, mi i? j a AJUT BLOUSES, ARM Y iSTOCKlNQS, ARMY MITTENS, t .JVF ANTR Y$-CA VALR TtVTTar nu large noes or . v Carpetinks" C lilatlings. 26 ttearf Street; "1.1" 1 V l.-;i i'osTONcMA,:;:,-7r.ni febl5-i ;--!tt'- i i ,itfie.iJu I ,U, .'OIIS rii).0 - Oysters !- Oysters I j - i '- l- - ' TTAS F,8T RECEIVED,rAr' Wll.fc ii siwM,isnsA'.f -v Irsra Baltimore and Pair Haren, . . t , -i-'i -i 1.1 CsU al Wagner's Oyster and I'm" Pepof, tie 91 Rati , r- Btate street. ' '.. i.i 7 -e r eugstttf . t ... ,1 1 . ..... t rt-tpM is le t w I IIA wt "