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JLWLOH LATltl lXt -- Edltar. COLTJMIIUS, OIXIOi a," 1 1 - '1 ' U -- llla " 'FRIDAY MORNING, - - - - - - FEB. 19. The Lincoln-Banks Reconstructive Policy. The' General Order, Xo. 23, 'of. Major 3ctJeral Banks, conrmandlifj tho "Depnrt- Cwnt of the Gulf," Imm1 from heudqunr ten at New Orleans Feb. 3. 1804, codkUU of two Important feature which throw addi tional light on the course of Lincoln and hi aatelltc In their scheme of State reconstruc 'Hon, The brUer promulgates, first, rcgula ' tlons for a system of forced labor of Louis iana negroes; and secondly, an edict com pelling the white citizens of Louisiana to take such an Abolition oath of allegiance as - may be prescribed, and go to the polls and . vote, whether desiring to do so or not, on pain of, bnnlshmont from tho State. Thnt our readers may see for thchisclvcs the mil measure of tho tyranny to be cxercincd, tinder this order, over tho white men ' of Louisiana, we quoto xerlatim, its las$, two concluding sections: T! . ..,'' XXIV. It Is therefore a solemn duty rest ing upon all persons to assist in the earliest possible restoration oi civil guverumeui. Let them participate in the measures sug- ' gested for this purpose. . Opinion is iree and eandidates are inime'roua. Open hos tility cannot bd permitted. Indifference will be treated as crime, and faction its ' treason. Men who refuse to defend their country with tho ballot-box or cartrldge r box have no juot claim to the benefits of liberty regulated by law. All people not exempt by the law of nations, who seek the protection of the Government, are called upon to take the oath of allegiance tn such form as may be prescribed, sacrificing to the public good, and the restoration of pub lic peace, whatever scruples may be sng gested by Incidental Tousiderations.. The oath ot allegiance, administeMMnd re ceived in good faith, is the test of uncondi tional fealty to the Government and all Its measures.and cannot le materially strength ened or Impaired by the language in which it is clothed. XXV. The amnestv offered for the past is conditioned upon an unreserved loyalty lor the future, and this condition will be en forced with an Iron hand. Whoever is In r, different or hostile must choose between . ' the liberty which foreign lands afford, the 4 poverty of the rebel States, and the innu merable and inappreciable blessings which our Government confers upon Its people. Mav God preserve the Union uf the States! ' ' By order of Major Gen. Banks. Ukorgk B. Drakk, A. A. General. . This plan of forcing men to, the ballot- box against their Inclinations is a new uis covery for restoring order, freedom and harmony. Lixcoln and Bakks should have a patent for their novel invention HDplnlon,". says Banks to tlte citizens of Louisiana, "Is free;" but you must vote for some of the numerous candidates .whom allow to ran, though yon don't like any iof them. iYour ludiflerenctv If you refuse to vote, -will be treated as a crime, and you will be banished from the State; and your faction If yon vote for any other than a loyal" candidate lcsignatetl as such by me, will be regarded as .treason, and your prop- erty will be confiscated. The promnlgation'of this stringent mfll- . tary order famishes conclusive proof that the mass of the real Unlon-lovlng people of Louslana are opposed, to the Lincoln "' Banks Abolition' reconstruction policy. If it were not so, there would be no need of a ukase forcing-men to the polls under the heaviest' penalties.' Banks has ordered a State election on the : 22d inst? A recent New. -Orleans letter states that hly fifteen hundred had registered their names under the Presidential Amnesty oath, while the - number required to make the one-tenth is upward of five thousand. But General Banks, no doubt with Lincoln's sanction, is determined that the one-tenth, and more too; shall be made'up. or the white , people of Louisiana shall leave the State. The pro cess is a siinpfe one. and easily carried out .. by a man who assumes absolute power with . a sufficient military force to back bun. , v The process of raising the one-tenth, in or der to reconstruct or build up out of Louis- iana an Abolition State true to the party in power, is this;; Every white citizen must take such an Abolition oath as may be pre scribed and then, vote at every election for some one of the candidates that may be, by an Abolition military commander, pro- ' nounced "loyal," on pain of banishment and forfeiture of estate. These conditions and tests of loyalty are to be "enforced," so decrees Lord-Lieutenant Banks, " with an iron' hand He closes his promuicia mento with the ejaculation " May God . preserve the Union of the States!" while aiming a deadly blow at one of the States composing that Union. . ' Policy. "What has Caused this Great Commotion- motion?" One of the greatest scandals extant, and which"basset' all JoyaMomiecthlng with rase, 'originated M ith Mrs.' Lincoln. Ac- cording to, a-, lVashington-orrespondent of. ue jsew iotk- 3Une(ip.),-wnowas ae scrlblng the grand party recently given by Hori. Fernando Wood and wife, '"the masses r'Of -flowers, which shed beauty tid pertunie ? over' the entertainment, 'were the gift of Bin., uncoin," ana to the same -generous ; lady was Mr. Wood indebted for the music - of the United : States Marino Band on the occasion." So scandalous was the alleged . performance of Mrs. Lincoln (teemed that " , the loyalists denied the whole affair, declar- imr it to be across fabrication. What! Mrs. . Lincoln furnish the "Copperhead," "peace," " ;socesh sympathiser," Fernando Wood, with , flowers and mnsic for his party! Never! Never ! ! 'But the Time-' correspondent re itefates .his stitement. and established the ' truth Of it in this war. "The -flowers on . Mrs. Fernando Wood s table, on the night f her party, had the card aflixed, 'with the ' c&hplimrnti of Mr' Lincoln.'" Such liberal mindedness, on the part of Mrs. Lincoln, -. would show that she is a descendant of the ' Cavaliers, instead of the Roundheads. It make surh an ArtmlnlstrnMnn tint trnv. ems the country somewhat endurable,' to House Cincinnati Enquirer. iwn win . cvj j irtvoiucf nu vuv triuK There is a scintillation of hope for the country emitted from the factt stated abjKe It ha bright, spark, though It way Jxs as s.-it by !Mr. President Lincoln o Mra.'-toTO"nt5J7" - , . Congressman Wood. Flowen are regard- t a w the emblems, hot Only of peace and liarnjoj ;:, but also of mutual good Will and attachment. " When the " Govern men t' . - , . " .jyjjtcnditocsecmblctttotbAwueof able representative and acknowledged em bodiment of the peace element, what bene flccnt results might not be expected ? , Wo men In all ages have teon instrumental in determining questions of peace and war, why should our own be an exception f ' It was no doubt this flowery embassy from the lady of the representative of the war element Mr. Abraham Lincoln to the lady ot the representative of the peace" element Mr.' Fernando Wood, that in-, fliutarl mm i !nmrreaHmHII. M r. tOX. to PrO .,x.v-v ' ... .C ... y - latter gentleman as a Peace Commissioner to Richmond, pledging that If he did not re turn within sixty days, with a proposition of peace based upon tho old Union, end the equality and sovereignty of the States, lie VVood would be transmuted into as fierce a war man as the most radical of . the Jladl- cals could desire. V.; From what had passed between the ladle of the representatives of tho respective' . , -.r x war anu peace erons ur. v-ox c. n-, boiueneu to dare ana am nare congress to try me experiment oi reuuingjur. hwb mi Richmond. But the mnjority in Congress were too cowardly to accept the challenge. Still, there Is a ray of hope, notwithdtand- ' ing. The todies in question no doubt have, as they deserve to have, , great Influence over their respective husbands. "The Gov ernment's wife" may yet Induce her, liege :lord to lo what Congress . is .. afraid or ashamed to do. Jle may take thor business of making peace, as be did that of making war, into his own hands. Ho lias of course as much right to do the one as tlie "other. So one of these days the country may no startled by the announcement that Presi dent Lincoln has sent the lion. Fjkknando Wood, of New York, as a Peace Commis sioner, to Richmond. -'.. . The Maryland Convention. The Convention bill has passed tho Mary land Legislature, the House having concur red In the Senate's amendments. The elec tion Is to be held on the first Wednesday of April to take the sense of the people on tho propriety of calling the convention, and on the same day for the choice of delegates thereto.'. . In case the majority of the people decide in favor of holding the convention, it is to assemble at Annapolis on thelist Wednesday of April next. Calling Democrats Traitors Actionable. llonnble. We publish the following as a warning to Intemperate Republicans, and to show Dem ocrats that they have the law on their lde. We quote from the New Albany (Indiana) Ledyer: At the recent term of the Scott county Circuit Court, Clark sued Kimberlln for callinir him a traitor. I he lacts are as follows: In the mouth of August last Fer ris, a Democrat, was endeavoring to get up a subscription by the citizens to aid in mak ing up a company for the Union army. uarK naa sunscriDeu nity cionars, aim ne and Ferris were soliciting the persons who came into town to put down their names forsucb amounts as they couldspare. Among others Ferris approached Klmberlin, a vio lent Republican, who said he had no money to spare. Some conversation was had about lovalty, when Ferris said the names on the subscription paper were a pretty good test of loyalty. At this Klmberlin became very auirrv. and lust at this time Clartc attempted to speak to him, but had only said the words "Cncle Dan," when KimDernniurneu pon him in a verv ansrv manner and said: i " I want nothing to. do with you; you are a disloyal man and a traitor to your country!" Rcfusinir to retract, Clark sued him ror the slander, and the suit resulted in a judgment for two hundred and seventy dollars dam ages and costs. The judgment was based upon the verdict of a jury composed of meu of all parties. - ' ' ' Lovejoy's Letter to the House on the Whisky Tax. . Special dispatches to the Cincinnati Ga zette, dated Washington, Feb. , 13, contain the following item: ' ' .' ' ' Mr. Lovejoy continues sick, but his ruling pasrion is as strong as ever, and he perpe trated one of his Diggest jokes to-day by writing the House a letter on the whisky tax. fie hoped they would n't tax the stock on hand, and exhorted them through tlve toolscap pages to back down from their for mer position and concur with the Senate. One of his arguments was that, if you should get a pail full of milk from a cow, and then should Immediately undertake to milk her again, she would be apt to kick the bucket over. The whisky speculators' war, he said, might act the same way if we undertook to milk them too often. Ashtabula County Democratic Convention. Tlie Democracy of Ashtabula county, are hereby requested to meet in mass conven tion, at the Cmrt "House in Jefferson, on Wednesday, the Kith day of March next, to appoint three delegates to the State Con vention, to be held In the city of Columbus, on the 23d .day of March, and to transact such other business as may come before the meeting. ' " ', : SAYBROOK, Feb. 15, 1864. DAN J. SHENNAN. Ch'n Ashtabula Co. Cen. Com. Legislative Summary. 'purposes: To give the lrustees of the Com- tT hospftjuV Cincinnati, full authority to manage that institution. The bill' re- . In the Bknatb, on Thursday, Feb. 18. the following bill was introduced: To increase the pay of the County Commissioners of Hamilton county to $5 per each day actual ly employed in the county's service The bill to increase the salary of the Commis sioner of Public Printing and give his ap pointment to the Governor, was passed. : 'me resolution to anjourn on Saturday, In order to attend the Sanatary Fair in Cleveland, on the 22d, was defeated by 'a close vote. ' i----.. ". ; The Senate devoted most of the day to discussing the Sunday law, and the bill to prevent animals from running at large; but adjourned without acting on either bill. . : In the House, Mr. Babcock introduced a resolution that, In order to give members of the Legislatnre an opportunity to attend the opening of the Sanitary affair at Cleve land, when the House adjourns on Satur day the 20th, it shall be until Wednesday the 24th inst, which was lost at first but was subsequently reconsidered and adopted yeas 38, nays 36. ... ...... . ; The following bills were reported, prop erly en crossed and passed: To prevent a multiplicity of actions; To allow the citv of I Cincinnati tO purchase fuel and Sell it to citizens: To allow the northern range of townships in Huron county to sell their stock in the Cleveland and Toledo railroad; To authorize, the village of Greenville, Darke county, to borrow 120,000 for school purposes; To allow Hammond's society of , the M. E. Chnrch in Perry county to sell quiring Ohio Courts in certain cases, (such bs that of Kdaon BOlds m. David Tod, now pciore tne rairnem conniy conrv;, i cern- Q'fy tulu and prosecution to the. United before the 1 sirheld county court), o certi- I j I . . atcs District Courts, occasioned some dls ,: ission, Mr. Delano making a specctv In fa ' r of arbitrary arrests, and all other arbi ary measures . of . the Administration, hich was effectively replied to by Mr. t-ratton. Mr. Dresel moved some nmend , icntsto render the bill respectable, but icy were voted down. Mr. Free, of Perry, ..... :izcd tlie opportunity to tell the House in frantic manner that he had been In the . military service, that ho knew the Demo crat were traitors and wretches who ought o.bo in the penitentiary, :&c, &c. .The Speaker was aooutto call the frantic mem ber to order, but the Democrats begged that x , ln.,.,1 .. 7 kl. on. tics were really amusing.- Tho bill was finally passed. Mr. Dresel moved to amend the title so that it should read "an act to . sanction and legalize arbrltrary arrests," i which was not agreed to. , ' ; J - The following bills were introduced and lmf bills were introduced and read the first time: To amend the net regu-, lnw the itetHenient of the estates of de- 1 ceased persons; To amend sections 66 andb I 67 of an act to provide for the regulation of. incorporated companies; To amend the act extending the time for enclosing railroads by fences; To amend section seven of the twt levvlntf taxes in thi State: To amend - wci ht per bushel of stone coal. - - " air., urcsci introauceu imorew questing tne Judiciary commiiroe w ruin. ' what legislation is necessary to prevent ex- pi-ess agents from abstracting current money from packages and substituting uucurreni bills, which was tabled upon a motion to discuss. ! A resolution rescinding tho roso- lutlon providing ior an aujournmein oi three days every three weeks also went up on the table. : j Anna Dickinson. TUn n,..nmnn!,i1 anil tho flnntta tbla mnril ing devote considerable space to tne liaranguo delivered by this feminine celeb-) rlty last night. They both agree upon one point, that the audience was large, although wo think that in looking at tho gathering tliev illil not tiike the same end of the crlass with which they regarded the Democratic meetings In the same haU. The assembly was composed of the ultras of the Rcpub - llcan party, with an odoriferous mingling of tho American citizens of African, de-;) scent. There were no "cussed foreigners". present, for Anna did not possess the nt-J traetlvo power to draw the German element at niivcenui a m;nuv mrj ivwuu seelng'Mrs. Tom Thomb at twenty-live. As for the lecture, as the Gazette calls It, It was crude, rambling Illogical, and abusive, a conglomeration of the ultra "isms" that constitute the creed of which the DIckin-! son js an appropriate priestess. TheVatette informs us that it was requested not to make a report, a wise conclusion, for not even the 'venerable Journalists" who inhabit the editorial owlet of "Old Morality" could present it In a readable guiso. ' The "lecture" was of a type with the lecturer, the former, as a literary effort, be-: neath contempt, the latter, so far as ier tonnel Is concerned, below mediocrity. Hie. venerable old fogy on the corner of Fourth and Vine streets calls her "winsome" well, there's no accounting for the taste of an bid fellow with a liuuorish tooth in his Cincinnati Dispatch Feb. 17th. SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. TUESDAY, Feb. 16, 1864. Hon. Jacob Brinkerhoff, Chief Justice; Hon. Josiah Soott, Hon. Hul'us P. Banner, Hon. Hurace Wild er, and lion. William White, Judge. GENERAL DOCKET. No. 67. Benjamin S. Ide, v'. Wm. E. Churohill and others. Error to the District, (Jourtof Knox ouuuty. Hanney, Judce.' Heidi - I. Tho -4th seetion of the aot of April 11, ISM, "To relieve district Courts, and to give greater efficiency 1155.) secures the right to except to the opinion of the ',ourt. in overrulina a motion for a new trial becaoso thererdiotof the jury or the finding of the Court1 i not sustained br tlie evidence: and the 5th section vi iua. a,.. ii""t rr"'n ."7" Sht,,oir,,5!Mn,eJ,!,"tn0iCour, ' I'!hm r - iox - 7 Ohio St. Bcp. 317, followed and approred. . ! 1. The right extends to ail cases under the Code, of that act, regulating appeals, extends the same wneiuer ine laow aro iouuu vy a jury or a noun, or. the relief sought is legal or equitable: but a motion to set aside the finding, overruled by the eourt, and an exception taken to the decision of the court upon th motion, are indispensable prerequisite to the" itHiiin review ne ibuui uiu ikuuiiuiii 8. To entitle the party to such review, the bill of exceptions must show upon its face, that it contains all the evidonce given upon the trial, and acted upon by tho oourt below. . I ne provisions oi i iub ii, vuap. i ui iiuvi oi I roceuure, regulating "proceedings by sure-1 ties," neither abrogates nor aHects the cqu affects the cauitable principle wlucb releases tne surety, when witnont his eonsent. the time of payment is extended by acrcenieufc ooiweeu tuo civuiwr iuii in, ytiuvwwn '- 6. Any material alteration of the terms of the agreement to which the surety acceded, made by a valid agreement between the principal parties, with out his consent, will work his entire discharge from all liability; but where the original obligation re mains unchanged, and only his equitable rights or remedies bare been invaded by the wrongful act or omission of the creditor, be will be relieved only to the extent of his actual injury. 6., A valid contract between the creditor and one of the sureties to a contract, for an extension of time to the latter, does not discharge another surety from the entire debt; but only from snch part there-. .r ik. H, ' ij v, hnnnil tnn.n - ef as the first named surety would be bound to eon- tribute to its payment. . .... .," Judgment reversed, and cause remanded fur furth er proceedings. - Adjourned until Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS AND THE PUBLIC. ALLCOCK'S TORTUS PLASTERS. TESTI-JI0NUL.-"T. 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A GENERAL REBELLION. V. Triumph of a Great Discovery. The publio baa nbMti against cauUritihg Hair Dyet. - Fashion has foresworn them. A sagacious community has adopted in their stead, . . CniSTAWOKO'S HAItt DYE, . and tvttktraotu: It embrowns and blackens the katr, not the sn. It Is a WQtttM moliUnt, not a bumtnt fluid. It does not burlesque nature whh blooming metallic tingt4.bat produces her own lining kuu. IU cooling effect is lotting. U dtjtf dtUtUon. Its results are uniform.', It tuttraUe Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, No. Astor House, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. , , :, "! febiWAwim ,, .. ,' i i To Consumptives. Tho ReV. K. A. Wilson's Remedy for Consump tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and -. Throat and Lung Affections, together with a pamph let giving the prescription and a short history of hi ease, can be obtained of Messrs, THRALL t BEN HAM, DraggisU.ll South High street, Coluaou. decM-dAwlm. . . ,Jf COLGATE'S MOHET SOAP. , ; This celebrated Tollflt Soap, in such universal demand, is made from the choleeat materials. Is snlld and raolllent ta its nature,! raf rant. If scented, and extremely fceneKiclal U ts aotioa upon the skin. For tale by all Druggists and fane Goo&Dttlei.. "2 in2r-44irlyn DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23d, 1864. ROOMS OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 6th, 1864. ; , )efinoe . . . Doiawari .... Krio ..... ...... ' fe?1 Vraiiklin'.'.V,".' Fulton Ooiiu........ orei Ourrnney!.... Hnmilvn..... .jk ' '" I Harrison. '.'.'.'.' Konr... jliithiand..... Hejf;;.'V Huron Jackson ' S0"0" ;;;;; Lake. .'.'. To the Democracy of Ohio: , , J You ! are hereby notified that tho Demo cratic State Central Committee hns designa ted WitnuvunAY. rnit TwkntyThikD DaT op March, 1804, as the time for holding the iicvf Domnnroti,, Shite ( VllWOlltloil. ill tllO City 'of Columbus for the purpose of elect ing rouK ukleoates, lor tne ntate ut jarKi-, to the Demoerntio National .Convention, "'"jy"1 e &g"uI', 0onf f,'' ?, which will be held in the City of Chicago, the Foi-rth Day ok July I..-.!.... jfiwltilnfn Ail - "1 ;,, T."A ,,i. U4 ullwi . . Secretory of State: Jwlget of the 'Supreme Oomi; Attorney General; ....... i,onirufier oj me i Tetuniry , i School Commissioner: 1 Member of the Board of Public Worto. Tho Democratic voters of the several' - :hI state, are respectfully requested to proceed to appoint delegates t0 rer""seui tiiem in saiu tonvenuou, on ti,0 f0 & yng uaS.s: one delegate ior eacu com,ty and an additional delegate for every flve hundred votes east for lioii. Clrmknt L. Vallanpioham, for Governor, nt the last October election, and for every fraction of two hundred and fifty votes and over, one additional delegate The number of delegates to which each county Is entitled, we have Indicated In the loiiowing mnie: , ,;, Ko.of Covntlti. Val'itoti. Z&$. 0untttt, Xo.of Val'ttvU. Dtlt. -jf,; Ashland!!!' ; Ahiiibul... Athn i .. ... . . m0nl'.'.'.'. , Brown lTdS 201T tm m 1014 22)5 S-iOT 3744 Licking Logan Lorain .'. Liium... Madison..... Mahoning.... Marion Medina..... . Meiss Mercer Miami Monroe...... Montgomery. Morgan Morrow Muskingum . Noble........ Ottawa Paulding .... Perry Pickaway.'.,. .. 3333 .. 1484 .. 1379 .. 1736 .. 1(118 .. Sao? .. 1055 .. 1511 .. 1241 .. 183 ,. 2iei .. 31100 .. 6045 .. mm .. 1676 .. 3504 .. 16D .. . WO . .. m .. Wi n S.KO ,. 1370 .. 172S .. 1C01 .. 1587 .. 31K1 .. IMS .. 2213 1794 .. aar.v .. 1804 .. 4IKX .. 1521 .. ltH .. 2U19 .. 11H9 .. 11171 .. 1345 ., 1310 .. 281B .. 816.1 .. 1340 Butlor... ...... 4o3 . S;;:: Z : cisrk ism Clermont ao7 JJjg t;on00ton .... 9479 Crawford 2ms (;uhog vfo 11 C 14TA 18.-.T 14113 j'iko... Purtnffj. ...... Preble Putnam liiehland .... Boss Kanduxky.... Scioto , Sonoea , Shelby Stark ,. Summit Trumbull.... Tascarawas., t' nion . Yanwcrt A'inton Warren Washington. Wayne Williams.... . Wood Wyandot.... UTS m 5270 827 , 875 m 1469 ins 1 4(183 2277 137J ,- 14W 1031 8454 , 16H0 J.-.7S 1775 . Yti 1447 2561 , 803 , 810. 9 4 1181 1079 S 4 , Lawrence. . Total.... 406 JOHN G. 'THOMPSON, Ch'n: ' SAMUEL MEDARY, ' ' AMOS LAYMAN, . ' GEO. L. CONVERSE, A. O. THUKMAN. Democratic State Central Committee. DIED: In this city on Thnr.'day, Jan. 18tb, Mr, James H. Manmno, ased 36 years. The funeral will take place at the residence of John . VT. Manning, east of the Blind Asylum, at 3 o'clock Friday) afternoon. I S I ' New Medical Discovert. 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I mfttura Decay, Sexual Disease, etc., a pamphlet of Mpaces containing imwtantadvice to the aflikrted, . Br. A A1 citx,jb, SIX CENTS are required to pay postage. . - I Sent secure from observation and confidentially by mail, post-paid, on the receipt of the money, by j J. BRYAN, M.I)., - '"'.' I No.T6Cederstreet,NewYorlc Sold by all Druggist. . SCAN L AN A CO., Agonts, Cincinnati. Tn Fiftieth: Tuoitsjand. Dr. Boll's treatise on Self-Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence and Loss of Power. Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weakness, fV "V? ; f1 ..7;,, Nightly Emissions, Uenital Debility, etc. etc.. a nagos. containing important advice l i" auiiciea, ano wnicn snoniu oo reaa oy every .--, lh2 m..ni-. i .h.v..t .i.im. I ui.;i ... r.,h R.t r. K.st.m ana confidentially, oy mail, on receipt ol two stamps to pay postage, etc. - . 7 ,!. J. BRYAN. M. D.. It Cedar street, New York. P.O.Box.I.OTO. march30-dAweowly T'lt- .' nroDosals will berescrVcd. New Advertisements. Proposals for Lime & Sand. :. .ire... Coi.rMBrg Arxesai.,) , . . February 17. UM.i OFiAI.ED PROPOSALS WILL. HE II E. O CKIVKD at this ofitoe until the 3th day of MARCH next,fcr 5000 Buahela Lime, unalackedi. beat 3uaiiiy. ubic Vstrda Bnlldinsf Hand; pro posals to state kind and locality where obtainod. I Bids for these articles may bo made separately or together, and must be marked on tho envelope: ProiwMmls for 'I.mE or Sanii ' ". 1 The above material to be delivered on the site of the Columbus Arsenal, corner of Harbor street and h Central Ohio Railroad. Columbus. O.. at such 'times and in suoh quantities as may be required, between the 15th day of March and 1st day of Octo- Kavw lllAJ Tlisa il t va niuat n all In, 1st sanisi tn Bids must bo addressed to Cstpt. T. C. BRADFORD,: Comd'g Columbus Arsenal, . And will be opened at 11 M. oa the nth day of March nexi. . , . - feblP-deodAw2w . ' " a -' (Advertisement.) 1 Dr, "Wltfield'si Vegetable Pile Pi He re warranted.-' , , ' . . St. Loui,Mo.. 0c(. 30, 18SJ. Mb. J.' TottJto My Dear Sir: it is with great pleasure that I acknowledge the benefit that I derived from one single box ot Dr. Witfiold's Vegetable Pile Pills. For series of months, and especially while in the army, I was most sorely afflicted with the Piles. After using the Pills one week only, 1 feel like a new man, and am now satisf ed that one or two boxes more will entirely restore my former condition of health. Yours, respectfully, : '. .''.".. J.V.JLARht, Gov't Ag't, Prios U cents per box,'. Hold by all Druggists. Sentry mau to aayauarsss. . - ... i. OCNU, Proprietor, . 4 " ' ' i' :,Ko. 1 Variok dt., New York. fobl-wm ' !, , ' ' :" ' - tJbEAR DIL G. A KNAPP, ', -:--;.OCULISTf r crtnerlr Bffal, lTCLUSIVELY TREATS DrSW ASKS or TITB XU Kyes, Iieaf.-iess, and inserts Artifi-iisl fcvei, witli- Kouth High Street, C.olumbus, 0i . Oiico tours from a t, 4 o'clock. r r. . r P,1 S. Dr. Knrms Bw.k on the Ev ind Ear, price 16 eonts, mailed free ot postea.lianr tnuiftdua rvho has a malady of either of these oi.ius. .'J:.'h--:Sri.i ' 1 -- ' i J. ' ill i : : ' ' "A smile was oq her lip-ntalth was In ler Jock r ength was in bar step, nd in her handt-HanU- 1 . nBitten.' ) -'' ' . .' ,: V - S-T-1860-X. 1 ,'ew bottles of Plantation Bitten ,( Will cure KernousHoadaohe, "' " '' -" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips, Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath. .' Flatulency and Indigestion. " ". Kerroui Affections, '.' " Kxcessive Fatigue and Short Breath. , 'a 'lF-n over the Eye. ,, I'.. .. -v- . , '". "" Mental Deipodenoy. l ' Prostration: Great Weakness.:'' , " Sallow Complexion, Weak Dowels, etc. ''hich are tho evidence! ot ( -I ,: " Liver Complaint and Dyepepela. It la estimated that seven-tenths of all adult all entJi proceeil from a diseased and torpid liver. The liary secretions of the liver overflowing into, the "imach poison the entire system and exhibit the ' tore symptoms, .- t After long research w are able to presont the most warkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases e world has ever produced. W ithin one year over f x hundred and forty thousand persons bare taken e Plantation Bitters, and not an instance ot coin aint has come to our knon ledgel It is a most effectual tonic and agroeable stimulant, dted to all conditions of life. The reports that it relies upon mineral substances , it its aotive properties, are wholly false, ; For the . jbiio satisfaction, and that patients may consult ; jeir phyiiciani, we append a list of its components. CalisayaBaRX Celebrated for ovor two hundred years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspep sia,' Weakness, etc. It was Introduced into Europe by the Countess, wife of the Alceroy of Peru, In 1840, and afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enor nious price of its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Powders, and was finally madS pub- lie by Louis XVI., King of France. Humboldt makes special reference to its febrifuge qualities during bis South American travels. . . .. , ' - " Cascarilla Bark For diarrhea, eolie and dis eases of the stomach and bowels. - Dandelion For Inflammation of the loins and dropsical affections. . . .,.. Chamomile Flowers For enfeebled digestion Lavender Flowers Aromatio, stimulant and tonic higUy invigorating in nervous dobility, . VTixteroreen For scrofula, rheumatism, eta. Anise An aromatio carminative; oreating flesh1 muscle and milk; inuoh used by mothers nursing. Also, olove buds, orange,, carriway, eoriander snake-root, etc. ,' ' , 8.-T. I800-X, ' . ". a . Anolbor wonderful Ingredifiuf, of Spanish Vigin Imparting beauty to the complexion 'and Tirftllancy to the mind, is yet nuknown to the oommeroeof the world, aud we withhold its naino for the present. Important Certificate, UociiESTER. N. Y December 18, 1S61, Messrs. P. II. DraEK A Co.-I h- e been a great sufferer from dyspepsia for three or four year, and had to abandon my proteiMion. adoui inreo monins ago I tried tho Plantation Bitters, and to my great jo, I am now nearly a well man. . I bare recommend ed them iu several caws, and, as far as I know, al way. with. ignl benefit. jfiSfr ' Pmi.ABELrniA. loth Month, 17th day, ISM. Respected Friend: My daughter has been much benefitted by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Tkou wilt send me two bottles more. ,.. Tby friend, A. A, CLRRlN, Shebman House, Ciiioaoo III. Feb. 11,1863. Messrs. P. H. Duaxh ACo.f-Plea.se send usanother twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morn ing appetiser, they appear to have superseded every thing else, and arogreaUy esteemed. - ours, etc., UAut t W Allt, ArraniremenU" are now completed to supply any de meud for this article, which from lack of Oovern . mont stamps has not heretofore been possible. The publio may rost assured that In no case will the perfectly puro standard of the Plantation Bitters 'be departed from! Every bottle boars the foe simile of our signature on a steel plate engraving, or it can not be genuine, ' ' I Sold by all Druggist. Grocers and Dealers throujh eut the oountry. t P. II. DltAKE A, VO , soa IlroadTray ?i. V. Julyl5-dA'raeod ,J , AMUSEMENTS. ,,' CONCERT. THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB . Will give their ' . . , '( , ' TIIIKD COlVOEltT ' ' "" '' In'behalf' of the ,' '; Soldiers' Aid Society. '. AT A3IBOS HALL, MOIWAT ETEXIMG, FEB'f W. Tickets mav be found at Musio and Book rWes. Concert at 8 o'clock. feblB-3td ELIiSLEE'S ATHE.NEUM. JOHN FLLKIXHi JAS. DICKKON, C.MtlSCIl, - - , ; a . a a fainarer. a Stage nanasjer. a .Treasurer. ' " ' BENEFIT OK i 3Xr. EFFIE ELLSLER, ller first Benefit In Columbus for four years! On this occasion the Great Spectacle of . ' THE SEA OP IC E ' ' ; Together with the laughablo Farce called i ; lVTuraey ClxXcslx.-woo3) - " Will be presented.' .' ' ; This Friday evening, Feb.- 19th. 1H64. wilt be presented the grand spectacular play called the '.; SEA .OF FICE,:;' : ;;: - ,. 0R,T1IK .' , ,':- nather's Prayer and Thirst for Gold. Slarie Do Lasco'urs rr, vnLi. Agarita (tho wild Flower of Mexico)) " Countess Do Therauge;.. . . . Mrs. Praflshaw Diana .'.'.'.Miss Blanche Bradsbair tti.t)eld.rt.nr?rj V-'r-Mr. J.C McCollom Paul De Labours..... ......'.....Mr. James Dickson Barabas ....Mr. James lcwis Honace De Ilrionne ..i........ Mr. Colin Stuart Oeorge De Laval...;'. Mr. J. W.Caroll Ao. Ao. Ae. ' - Ao. i To conclude with the new and glorious Farce of ; TXwrntcy Chlelcwoetl. ; Nellv ' s: Mrs. J. Dickson K srsey Chickweed ... '. ................ . Mr. J . Lewis Ilf COJfWIXTIOK. WITH TUB k K''.: Perfonnanoe going on Night and Day. '' : ':- ' !! !.'. k v ',('' ' : KT Entrano on High Street, BuckeyeBiock. ! ., fepl-tf ... . iu- ;-.( ... . ,. uwi .(i ... v . , 'iv,v.-i','. SPECIAL NOTICES- ,, BEMEr I! TEN MINUTES. BRYAN1 S " Pulmonic . Wafers ! Tbi Original Meilictne establisfied In 1MT, and first article or tne Kinu ever intntuueea unner wm uain of "I'ulmonio Wafers." In this or any other eoan trvj all other Pulnionio Wafers are oouuterfolta. The genuine ran be known by the name DHYAN beiug stamped on each Wafev t ,, i ' . . ' ' ' f.: ' '' ' .' y ' ' BltTAS'l PttMONIO WAfBM ' ' -V , Relieve Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness. BgTAN'a Pulmonic WirgM Relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, DlfllcuU Dreathing. ' Brvas'i Pulmonio WirBKS ,( Relieve Spitting of Blood! Pains In the Chest. v BitTis'i PtiLMomo WirgRg Relieve Insipisnt Consumption, Lung Diseases . Butan'i Puwonic WAring Believe Irritation of the Uvula and Tonsil. : Bryan's Pi-lmonic WArxng . Believe the above Complaints in Ten Minutes, ' BrfT it's Pulmonic Yfirtm .'.': .r Are a Blessing to all classes and Constitution. . ..' Brtak's Pulmonic Whim', ; , (Are adapted for Yosallsts and Publio Speakers, . ' ... BRTAK'i PuLMOMC WAfBRg . Are in a simple fucm and pleasant to the lasted Pbtas's Pclkokio Wafi t t -f -, Not only relieve but effect lasting Cares Bryan' Pulmonic Waker '. Are warranted to give satisfaction to every one. No family should be without a box of .Bxyan'i Pdlmohic Wafers ' " . ,' U the house. ' No traveler should be without suppLy el . , Bryan' Pcluonio WArBKa ; . In his pocket. " ' . Ho person will ever object to give for . .. Bryan's Pl-lmonio Wafss ', , . Twenty-five Cents. JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, 17 Cortlandt Btreet, New York. . S. K. SAMUEL, O. ROBERTS, Agents, Columbus, Ohio. Jnly-dAw ; , "Prove all Thing:, hold Faet ta that Which Istiood." Cincinnati, Doe. 0th, 1881. Dr. C. W. Robace-Dkah Bin:-, hare been carrying out the above mot to in proving the qualities and benefit of your "Stomach Bitters," for over six month using them. myself in my old (age, and in many instances recommenc ing them to others, and giving to per sons who needed a pure Invigorating ai. ... i., , . .1. a a I yj lonio uitiers reiresnuig anu sireoiut enlng to the aystem.' 1 1 cheerfully in' dorse their g wdness and use them in preference to all others. , r ery respectfully, 8. J. BROWNB. Rev. Samuel J. Browne has been a devoted la berer in the cause of Christianity, in Cincinnati, for more than thirty years, as almost every old Clnein natian knows. Suoh testimony, from such n source, is not to be passed over lightly. Noother Proprieta ry Remedies ever presented to the publie, ever re ceived a tithe of the commendation from MEN OF STANDING, in every walk of life, that mine hart done. Bee advertismont. ' janW-dlm ' ' - llrown'a Jlronclilal Troche. "Aars titrtr etuingtd my mind rtptting Mens. trom th tint. mtTitlnn AHi yi 6Umr if that McA Ibegan thinking uill of. tit of" Uxr. Hsnkt Ward Bricbrr. " Ti4 Troches rt a stafaf life to mt." Prof. Edward North. ' "Pres. Hamilton College, Clinton, N.T. ' Foe Throat TroulUt they art ILL1S. H Too favorably knoven to need eotnmmiaHtm." , . Ho. Chas. A. Phrl-s. Pres. Jlas. Senate. " Contain no Opium hot anything injurious." Dr. A. A. Hayrs, . -v : ' . . Chemist, Bosten, " An elegant oombinntion for Cmghs." Dn. U. F. Biuklow, Boston, ' J recommend their use to Public Speakers." , ; , t . Riv. . II. CbafiV. Most salutary relief in Bronchitis." ' IllV. 8. 8EI0FRIIIR, Morristowo, Ohio. . " Very btnecMfchen sufering from CVWs,'.' ' ' . - Kkv. d. J. P. Aniersoi, ; t . . A . ' . St.lKuis. - " Almoet initant relief in the distressing labor sf breathing peculiar to Atlhma." - ' Hkv. A. C. Koglsston, New York. " They have suite my eat exactly, relitteing mff throat so thai J could sina vith eate.' l sm T. DCCHARMR. . - Chorister French Parish Church, Montrsal. " As there sre imitations be sure to obtaiK genuine. MilO-lmiUw " Ult. XOllIAS v. .VENETIAN LINIMENT. CERTAIN CURE FOR PAINS AND ACHES, ii. and warranted superior to any other. Croup it positively cures ; reliof is absolutely sure immedi ately it is used. Mother remomber this, and arm yourselvei with s bottle without delay. Croup i a disease which gives no notice, frequently attack ing the child in the dead hour of night; before a physioian can be summoned it may be too late. Re member, the Venetian Liniment never fails. Pries 36 and S6 cents a bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Oflioo, M Cortland street, New York. febll-dAwlra THE CONFESSIONS c EXPEBIENCE 1 or am : 'IIITVAIiID. , Published for the benefit, and as a warning and A CAUTION TO VOUNQ MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature' Decaf of Manhood, etc., supplying at the same time, THE MEANS Or SELF CURE, By one who has cured himself after being pnt to great expanse and Injury through medical humbug j and quackery, . -I By inclosing a pott-paid addressed envelope, sin gle copies may be had of the author. , ., NATHANIEL MAY FAIR, Eeq., Bedford, Kings county, N. T. mavtr'83-dAwlysp . ' HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE J! BATCflELOR'S CELEBRATED HAItt DY-i i IS TUB BEST IN THK.WORLDI r wmV mm m WW BHU IMSUAW AV W SH V l M - ..-. -v" ' r . i rt'?.fa: Thi splendid Hair Dys i perfect-ehaiigee Red. Busty or Orey llair Instantly to a Oloskt Placs or MatvbaIi Brown, without injuring the Hair or" staining the Skin, leaving the hair toft and beautiful imparts fresh vitality, frequently restoring its pris tine color, snd rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dye.' The genuine Is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELORt all others are mere Imitations' and should bs Avoid ed. Sold by all Druggists, etc.- ; . - M t raetarr Ka. SI Barclay atreef, i . .i . t r w PKW TOJtK, Batohelor' few Toilet Creao. for Dressing tht Hair. rc - i i- -I', i .,,1 i, 'i4i.K,ii dAwlysrd . ; m - 3-A.ioij-i3r'Xi3xr. CONCEHT R"ATED LYE. , Family Soap Maker. WAR 1TAK1'. I tXTT PfTirrn BAe poniiicr ball to rluc them. ltun -s8oaa ior roun oeuis a pound sy ujmg your k,thaa gre-e. . . , . .. r J- CAtTlOM ' As tnurMwu l .n, ,a r.er.s also, be eerf-ful and only bur lhe Yhrvtivn artiel put up in Iuon caus, ali utliera boim i..oi.i i c:. , tirga Penrverlranl Salt Itlaauf ictarUj. CO J'l No. m Wntnn,st-, . f i : .o.iii Pitt ju.tauiiuijui;i Way. norJi-jHweiosp.,,,, ,y vi- -.