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COLUMB US, OHIO I TUESDAY MORNING, APBIL12. WperadA t the T1" he P-lKr ""'""?:, k.Tuon. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. "' rr Secretary el -r WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG, Of Seneca County. , , ... . Sayrenee JTadfee, v . , (FOK TOLL T1KM,) V ''; ' raiLADELPH VAN TRUMP, - Of Fairfield County. (TO TOLL VACANCIM.) . , UDf vacancy. ' " "V." J M "r- 5 MACin AS C. "WHITELEY, u ! o Of Hancock County. .'t v r. "Short Vacancy . -'1 i . ALEXANDER 8. BOYS, Of Highland County. i .-? ? j: iaiteraer Seeral. :r LYMAN R. CRITCIIFIELD, . it .? Of Holmes County , , U ' Treawry WILLIAM S. V. PRENTISS,; ., .u Of Franklin County ,K .ft fehewl Caaaaaleeloaei-, "r ' ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY, ., r Of Ilardln County. i1 Bauetaf Paella "Warts, ' ' '.";..:.''.'. (nmn)': , ,k j i - yriLLIAMr- LARWtLL, -' - .. , ' 'a;.;.f..'. Of Ashland County. " ' ; " (FOB VACANCY,) CHARLES BOESEL, Of Auglaize County. , . :' Speech of Mr. Gribben. We direct the attention of our reader to the brief, but pointed and dignified speech of the Hon. Wir. Gbibbjw, of Hancock coanty, upon the occasion of his expulsion from the seat to which he wa legally elected in the House of Representatives. His ex pulsion was an outrage and a shame upon the body which accomplished it, and the 'Abolition members by their votes made themselves parties to the frauds exposed In tlie speech which we publish on our out side, as furnished by our legislative re Vorter. " " The Passage in the U. S. Senate of the Joint Resolution to Prohibit Slavery by an Amendment to the Constitution. The Senate on Friday passed the follow ing jolut resolution: t Re U Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America In Congress assembled, two-thirds ,of both Houses concurring, that the follow inir article be proposed tohe legislatures oi tne several ouiwrs s mi uiuaiuim.. the Constitution of the United States, which, when ratified by three-fourths of said legislature, shall be valid to all intents and purposes as a part of the said Constitu tion, namely: : . : , Article XIII Sec 1. Neither slavery nor Involuntary servitude, except as a pun ishment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within ,t!ie United States, or any place subject to their Jurisdiction. S. & Congress shall have power to en force this article by appropriate legislation. The vote on the passage of the above res olution was as follows: i Ykas Anthony of R. I, Brown of Mo, Chandler of Mich, Clark of N. H, Collam n of Vt, Conneos of Cal, Cowan of Pa, Dixon of Conn, Doolittle of Wis, Fessen den of Me, Foot of Vt, Foster of Conn. Grimes ol Iowa, Hale of N. H, Harding of Oregon, Harlan of Iowa Harris of N. Y , Henderson of Mo, Howard of Mich, Howe of Wis, Johnson of Md, Lane of Ind, Lane of Kansas, Morgan of N. Y. Morrill of Me, Nesniith of Oregon, Pomeroy of Kansas, " Ramsey ot Minn, Sherman ot Ohio, Sum r tier of Mass, Spragne t R. I, Ten Eyck of ' N. J, Trumbull of III, Van Winkle of Va, ' Wade of Ohio, Wilkinson of Minn, Willey ' of Va, Wilson of Mass 38. r Nats Davis of Ky, Hendricks of Ind, ', JIcDougall of Cal, Powell of Ky, Riddle of Del, Sanlsbury of Del 6. r A , Washington dispatch of Friday says an Informal canvass of the House places the passage of this resolution through that , tiofty very much in doubt, while a careful calculation shows that the requisite three i fourths of all State Legislatures cannot be ; obtained, should the amendment pass both Houses of Congress. But on this point, the - Buffalo Courier, after stating its opinion that the measure will pass the House, has ' the following remarks: . It will then be submitted to the Legisla . - tares of the several States. At first glance ' it might be thought Impossible to obtain a three-fourths vote of the states in favor of ' , the Administration, at a time when the ' Administration is contending with a rebel ,' lion in whicb nearly one half of the eoun- try is involved. It might seem, too, that a measure designed to alter a contract I "existing' between all the States of the r Union, could scarcely with fairness be V adopted while half of the original par- ties to the contract refuse to vote for ,. It; the more especially as those refracto . ry parties are the ones who are to be chief i ly, if not wholly affected by the alteration. But those who reason thus have underrated " the nnscrapulonsness and partisan shrewd- ness with which the Administration has paved the way for this project of constitu- tional amendment. The amendment will . receive the required three-fourths vote. Mr. Lincoln has not been creating new States and reconstructing old ones for nothings Twenty-six is the number of States whose j legislatures will have to be controlled, and ' there are as man v as that whlch.bv fair means or fouL can be brought under the thumb of V w Aumimstracion. i oere is a sham lesris- jMuro in next Virginia wuicn Will VOW for the amendment and othen will h fr erected, la time, in Louisiana, In Arkansas, . in Tennessee, perhaps in Florida and Mlt l nlnslppl. MaryUnd, Delaware and Missouri hive been r&dic&nzpd hr Fadprnl hvAnf. . and the some process is now to be tried np l ? "tuc.kT',. Perhaps only New Jersey, f all the Northern States, will have a legis lature not under Abolition control. Thus . tfie field is clear for the abolition of slavery by constitutional amendment. .. - y Protest against the means which have .; been and wiU be employed to achieve this end. Is idle, and conservatlva man ..n Ani stand aside and let the revolutionists go to jthe end of their tether. If thpra w rn ' real eflicacy in the project-more than there -w m tne now comedly defunct proo lum.ifton for the accomplishment of the uciiun vi oicrjr, Uifn WOUlU DO & irmin of consolation In beholding it ap yvoiuli i't consummation. Uut-slavery, V t ,enew stroke aimed u it only falls i i r e. cnimouiiftT InDrio nf ). - rv thing done now in this mad era ol n t utiaiou, ai in aictateofan inun. info r,(,icaliTni,-wiU have to be undone bi-fiM-o e can ti.i J our way baok to a restora tion of Union and Peace. Day by day the way of that return is bclne blockrf nnh fine nnd nore stupendous obstacles. But ' ( ro u no iioreioarresinow,oreven soon, i w i4 wi n -i i mi urn main Deliifrrned, Vt lu'U ti.e Ui'SM UOUVeS tiave dnn tlmir v .v ;, am! arent their streugtli, then mnst I. i ' " r 1 " 1 Y which tlie Union stiall yi ; 'i. n i ". riiine, to be tritn-r ntfl. v. . a i.iW. . UJiacie 0ie.ing5, u tu lutuse. THE EPITHET "SECESSIONIST" THE EPITHET "SECESSIONIST" LIBELOUS. The to Free Speech in Regard to the Measures of the Administration. , ; . . latratlon. ,;. At the opening of the Court of Oyer and Terminer in New York City last weel Judge Barkaro charged the Grand Jury, among other tilings, that the epithet "Se cessionist," as often applied by the public press to- persons, is libelous. Reference was made by the Judge to the course of certain fiewspapers in making free use of the phrases "Traitor" and "Secessionist'' against those who difler from them in po litical opinion. The following is an extract from the charge on this point:' - - ' For some time past It has been the con stant practice ot a portion of the individu als connected with the city press to stig matize all who dltlercd w ith them in their, views as to any acts of national adminis tration as secessionists, with the intent to degrade them in the eyes of the community by holding them out as traitors to their country; aud so to leave them with a repu tation as sullied as that of Benedict Arnold. This, I charge you, constitutes libel. Per haps, la, some few instances out of thous ands, a charge may be true, and publication of it be for a Justifiable purpose; but this does not excuse the parading before the world of a man as a traitor because he dis seuts from some view entertained by a newspaper, or ventures to doubt the pro priety of some measures of the administra tion. Government is one thing; adminls iniinn U & tntjillv different thing 'The thonr of renuhlirftii government Is that It is controlled by the will of a majority of all the people- signinea uirouKu mjo ..-lot-box. - If, therefore, a majorltyof. the people should signify their will through the ballot-box that the present war should no longer be prosecuted, that majority, al though they may have mistaken the true policy, cannot be justly said to be traitors to t Ik the essence of repub tne government. lican freedom that every citizen should have the untrammeled rtgnt to enacavor vy m vote to have those measures carried out m-hinh h w,naififra most conducive to tlie welfare of his country. But does his free dom stop here? Is he confined to dropping his Bilent ballot? Is his mouth gagged? Certainly not. The right to express his views by ballot carries with it the right to Induce, oy rair argumein nu yv ..o.. t..m .Annt h views. The prevention of Interchange of any body governed by the will of a majority would, liidccd, be tvr.nnv Vpti tn tho interference with elections and the dragooning of voters by military power, nothing is a surer index nr n.o Anwnfaii of . reDubllc than the total prevention of an interchange of views, or the prevention of expression of any views other than those In support of some pro posed measure or candidate for office. 1 nis Is essential to the political freedom of a Tni.hit,thnt n-PTv citizen should have H.u (..11 rlrrht tn PlIirMJ his VlCWS On 8nV political measure or any act of Administra tion, and endeavor, by argument or persua sion, to bring otners to auop u ico. Anything whu:h disturbs this right, wheth er it be by armed Interference or by printed articles, holding one up to public obloquy for entertaining any particular opinion, tends to sap the very foundation of a repub lic. It is for these reasons that 1 view ine indiscriminate application oi t ne epiuiei secessionist to all who do not yield implicit faith un not nf nn Administration to all who do not subscribe to the particular tenets of some public journal is extreme ly pernicious and deserving of your atten tion. We see that some of the Abolition journals are not very well pleased with this law oflibel as laid down by Judge Barsabd. lneywani the largest liberty to vilify and libel Demo crats, while respecting none of the rights of the latter. Probably,too, the Administration editors don't relish what Judge Barn ard says in his charge about those who furnish worthless arms to the Government, and about shoddy contractors, being aiders and abettors of the public enemy, and so guilty of treason. The following, for Instance, be rather strong language for the nerves of those who have grown very rich and very "patriotic" at the public expense: Again, some by so fraudulently luuming contracts as to make tne goveriuneni. w an extremely exorbitant rate for the ar-.ii- A.-nichpn. dn. in fact, render aid to the Southern rebellion by diminishing the resources of the governuieunur cnnjiug on the war. These last may perhaps never have viewed their acts In this light But their conduct. Irrespective of the fraud, la highly reprehenslDie; ior at un t r04Hn nil their siiDDort tney U ifj vvif vl lliuviia -v m a . .k..vu iiotood nf awklnir to amass large BMVIUU, ------ O ,.f wealth at the expense oi u u, . . the governmental treasury, n i" their contracts at reasonable living rates. More especially reprehens ble are thoe who, devoid of humanity, added to the pri vation, toll and hardship of the soldier risk ing his life in the battle field for the cause of the Union, and the discomfort arising from the want of raiment, by furnishing, nnrfor mntrart. clothlnz of such flimsy ma- . . t 1 l - 1 wAabV M.d r teruu as wouia nui. biu - The Fremonters and the Baltimore Convention. , Under the head of "A People's Noralna- tlon," the 2feu JTaion, the able Fremont organ lately set a-going in New York city, comes out boldly against caucus machinery and political conventions for the purpose of deciding upon Presidential candidates. It declares that the popular will was, to a cer tainty, never to much.dlsregarded as In the case of the Chicago nominee in I860, aud very significantly adds: "It is presuming too much upon popular forbearance to ruppose that such a game can be twice successful," The Ne Nation also answers a question thus: , . r Is this the proper time, therefore, for the people to yield up to hack politicians and mousing convention mongers their Ines tidMn nrtviWft of choosinz their own man, and blindly follow the dictates of Washington mercenanca uu wu ventlons? By no means. It Is not, however, probable that the Fe- mont organ wlshee- o do uuaersuraa recommending to 1U friends not to go to the Baltimore Convention. On the other nana, it ausnrcsU or hints at different course when it refers to the action of Mr. Wilsok, now U. S. Senator from Massachusetts and the whole delegation from that State la the Phlladclnhla" Convention" that nominated General Tatlor, who, when they discover- A "that the popular sympathies were use- 1v to control the action of members" with drew In disgust To go to the Convention and trv to bring the members arouna to their views, seems to be now the Fremont oroCTsmme. FaQlng In this, the plan is then to make the threatened split, and put for ward their "People's Candidate." . i rsr .r.a T.i.Krrmma rv ' NeW YORK. Th rnit of the Charter electlou In Rome, N. Y, on Tuesday, the 5th Inst, was in favor of the Democracy, who elected their village tt.-irnt wit. tne exception oi rouce vuuu- ble, by majorities ranging irora wj. lieroy, iieneuee couuty, w iremvwuu 100 majority. "nirw.'Rovmnur 'remains In the military service, and Gen. Buell and Gen. McClellan rlon't. ?n t this very Biroair bucvhislo- n.iiit loom- Oenerals to Demean oinccrs inttcad ot good oneu v : STATE AND GENERAL NEWS. Tub corner-stone of the new Catholio Church at Piqua was laid on Sunday. Butter was retailing in the Cincinnati markets on Saturday at (J075 cents per pound. Teams Impressed. The Marietta Register of Friday says: ' - . Tuesday and Wednesday of this week many teams were impressed hereabouts to supply transportation from Clarksburg to Beverly, &o, in which portion of Geu. Sol- gel's department of West Virginia some ac tive army operations are on foot , v . Thk Hancock Courier says tlie Democracy of Marlon township carried their ticket by a majority of 197 more than they had butt year. (Good for Marion! Hl'kdrkds of negroes are being dally for warded North from Memphis. . , Tmb Mississippi river is lined with guer rillas from Memphis up to a point neaf Cairo, Jo Smith, sou of the Mormon prophet remains at Nauvoo, a respected justice of the peace He refuses to go to Utah. Expkrimkxts to obtain a hybrid between the salmon and trout are belug made in London,.- , , Oultt two points In Mississippi are now held by the Federals, viz.: Vicksburg and Natchez, all the territory back of the river being abandoned. ' 1 ' ' Thk Fremonters claim the recent election of James & Thomas for Mayor of St. Loul as a decided triumph for their taction.., , Jso. 0. Rives, formerly partner of old Francis P. Blair, for many years proprietor nf thn Cnnnmxuinal (Unite, died On SlindaV at his rcfldence, six miles out of Washing ton city, of gout in the stomach. lie has. been in falling health for some months. The owners of the Emprcae, a Mississippi river steamer, footed up the business or that boat for twelve months tune. They find that after paying expenses and making renairs to tlie amount of twenty thousand dollars, she shows a clear profit of $127,000. A Portland oaner states' a singular fact In connection with the losses of steam ships belonging to the Montreal line. It seems that in every Instance the vessel that has taken back to Liverpool the, effects of a wrecked steamer of the line, has been the next hi succession to become a victim. Mn: Caiioi.ivk M. Kirkland. the well known authoress, died very suddenly of apoplexy, at her residence In New York, on W ednesday or last weeK. : , , r y , The St Louis Republican pronounces the 2V6tme' news of the capture of Shreveport, by Gen. Steele, on the 17th, a noax. wen. Steele did hot leave Little Rock until the 23d. Dr. Kirkbride. In his report of the in sane Asylums of Pennsylvania, notes the enormous Increase of female patients whose insauity Is caused by the loss of relatives in war. Tragedy in Buffalo Probable Mur der of a Police Officer. un jtriciay evening Police Constable Allen, of Buffalo, was shot and proDamy morcauy wuuuuvu by a desperado named ratricK wcwusKy. The oillcer seeing McClnsky, endeavored to arrest him on the charge of mayhem, of which be was accused. The "rough" made a desperate resistance, shooting the officer in the lea side, lie aiterwarus mauc ma escape,- but was again captureu, aitcr a most determined struggle. Wife Shot by Her Husband. On the 5th Inst, while Mr. James C. Ramsey, re siding near Union town, Pa, was handliug a loaded gun outside his house, it was acci dentally discharged,the ball passing through the window into the house and striking his wife in the face. The ball lodged in tlie head of Mrs. Ramsey, and will prove fatal. Tlie anguish of tlie unfortunate husband is very great How the Case Stands with Labor. Tlie wrongs of the working classes are closely hidden under a veil of spurious prosperity. Because workmen receive gen erally a little higher wages than formerly, it is said they are prosperous and happy. But this is not so. It is a dangerous fallacy. Look at It in its true light , . Under the reign of Shoddy, a man may receive fifty per cent, perhaps, double for his week's work, compared with his wages before the war. But is he a gainer? Let him answer "I now Dav three times more than for merly for nearly every article of clothing for my family, and double, or more for col fee, tea, sugar and almost all the other neces saries of life. -1 find it growing every day more and more difficult to make my in come sauare off my outgoes, to say nothing of the utter impossibility of laying up any thing against a rainy day." Such is that Abolition and Shoddy pros perity, which is rung in the ears of our workingmen when their votes are wanted to help shoddy ttes to fat : contracts and demagogues to fat offices. The seeming prosperity is hollow, it is a lie upon Its face. It raises the wages of labor for a time, and at the same time increases, to a much great er extent, the price of every article the la borer must buy for himself and family. In the meantime Shoddy gets well paid, for Its investments; Abolition parasites get rich offices and plenty of public plunder, and are merry and jubilant over the ruin of their country and the poverty and misery that have come and are coming upon us wuiug millions. , : -. m j. . ;.,,,'- More Goods News from Indiana. Tr'T.ritrrrTOVrv' Madisom City- The Democracy of Madison City, elected tbelr . entire ticket on the 4th lust by increased maiorities. . The majority ior Aiarsnai is 1t lor Areaaurcr, v wci . The average Democratlo majority last Spring was about fifty. The result of this . election shows a healthy state of public sentiment Ane juauison vouner very nat- Airaliy aCCOUnta 1U1 lb UJ w vmiyt sions to the Democratic ranks. - The Electioh ts Evaksvillb. Consld erln g the circumstances the Democratic aud conservative citizens of Evanavllle mado a zallant fight on the 4th Inst Though beat n for the most of the city and township officers, they have carried the Councll-a nolnt of greatlmportailce and maintained late our friends over this grand result-- Thls is the beginning oi a new era in EvansviUe, the first step to thMverthrow of a svstcra or petty tyrannies wnicu nave been pracuceu ure ivi jw The Election iic Putkam Cocntt Democrats have cause for congratulation In the result of the township election on tlie 4th Inst Excepting Greencastle and two or three other townships, where abolition majorities are always looueu ior, uiey curr .rr tnwnshto in the county, and tlie ag- frregaie iwuwiaw than that of last year. And in the excep tions we have named, their opponents have cause for lameniauon rawer uu itjuuaug. a mnn aiioh "victories" will prove the death of them. In Greencastle township i.nlr malnrttv or two nunareu inDiYcuruM ""J. i: . .1.1.... nna been reduced to soiuemiim icoo miu u hundred and. fifty this year, and thus ex hibiting a ueinocrauo gam ui-uit And this without any pre-deternuuea enon tm nart nf the Democracy, save that u - . ---- - .- , which waa ingpireu uy w kuk" lAinii in brinsrinsr out a ticket on UVV,v. -0-- , T, the dayoi uie eiecuon weewe . '.' ' k UTirtm PlPlB AT Wabhinoiok -The Tc.ohlno'tnn corTCHPondent of the X. X. daily newspapers puWiwhed In this city, yet i H Is VoposfHl to start another, to be cllcd I the CwervatMt. anu w uj w , D. rrcnUce.",.; ; Good News from Pike County. ' A correspondent of the Waverly, ounty, Democrat, thus writes from Piketon In regard to tho election in that (Seal) township: PIKETON, O., April 5. Tlie uncompromising Democracy of old Seal, vestcrtlay, came nobly to the rescue; laconically speaking, we "met tho enemy and they are ours." Wo have routed them, horse, foot, and dragoon. The old Demo cratic Rooster crows as lustily as in days of yore. The Democrats are jubilant, and the Republicans are correspondingly depressed. They had selected their best men, and then to be beaten by ' the old stagers of the Butternut school Is too much for Republican human nature to bear calmly. The Democracy ef Seal have (Icn nobly. Vallandigham's majority in that township, last fall was only 11. This Spring they give an average majority of 30. The "Pubs." worked with their usual energy, Kiii- fntaa woihi acrnlllflt. till '111. The Democrat says : The Democracy of Pebble township elected their entire neat-1 by an average majority of 30. A light vote was polled. Old Benton gave 1)0 majority for the ticket not a single Republican vote was polled. From what wo can gather, the Democrats have about 800 majority In the unty. i ir ' -r -.'" .-" - '.' New Advertisements. To Country Printers. I WIIX rCBWISM TOtT (freo of TKMtaire) with blank- for tha "Enumeration ofgoWieM and Marine for ISM." at Fia Dollan and 1 want Ba oenU par hundred eppie. . . Tha money mu,t '''"vYjSs, april-d3t ' ; ' - State Printer. i - COLDMBCS AND WORTfllAGTON OM NIBUS LIFJE. HAVIWO PITBCIIASED FROM MB, WOODS the OMNIBUS LINK between thia City andWorthinitoD, I will continue to run it m uiual. The Omnibus for Worthinaton will kava Simnnton'i Exchange, in this city, at I F. M., dally. Sundayi excepted. 8. DOYLE. fl.,.lM.. Anrll (J our Dal copy.; - HOOP SKIRTS FORTHE MILLION! New Hoop Skirt Manufactory. HATING SEEN THE UNFAIIX TRAD 1NU of an artiole of uch importance to the jklis in thia city, we concluded to open a larae Hoop Skirt Factory, and inrite the attention of the publie in genoral to call and examine our areata. mrtment of Hoop Skirt, inoludini the j'atent Gore Trail and Patent Victoria: also, the, latest style of Quaker Elastio Skirts, Parasols, Spiral Bustles, Corset?, Patent Skirt Supporters, Ac. Our Retail Department is in the hands 01 compe tent Ladies. ., . . . Dealers in stirronndinc towns will do well to con sult their own interest by calling on as when in want of Hoop SkirU. , Ladies, you will please remember the place No. 21 East State Street, Next loor to the Journal office. RED & KOIIIV, aplT Hoop Skirt Manufactory. 3IKS. M. A.. KELLER, OF NEW TORK, WISHES TO IKFORM THK LADIES OF Columbus that she is prepared with a supply o avtixiXaiiaan. tt. And has all the facilities for . DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING in the latest stylo: and also teach one of the best rules of DRESS CUTTING. Patterns of all kinds for sale, and Children' Clothe cut and made to order. Rooms No. 118, next door to Ilcadley, Richards i. Co.'s Drr Goods Store, High street. aprilfr-dtf A. P. WARE will orzn Fashionable Millinery UNPIE TUB DIRECTION Of Miss C. M. J ONES, , Oa TutMKlay, April lth, At No. M East Town Street, Columbus, Ohio. prion Dissolution. fTHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE X existing between the andersicnea in in num ber business, under the name of Adams k Field, i this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. The business is to be continued at the old stand by Silas N. Field, who will ill ail contract and set li. all oauuudin, account. adam SILAS N. Flt LD. April th,lP64. " ; ( Journal oopy and send bill to thi oflio. : aprM-dlt i Snlo- A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, BETWEEN BROAD AKD OAT STREETS, V feet on west ride Third street by X deep, with brick house, eontaininf ten room and all the modern improTement. terms i Mur. , , , JAMi S. BROW?, prll3-dt' ' ' " No-. S3 H. Third street. Columbus Gas Lieht & Coke Co npiIE A.tfICAE WEETIMO OP STOCK 1 HOLDERS of this Company wilU held at their office on MONDAY, the 18th of April tns.. at MnVlonk. A. M.. forth election of a board of Di rectors and the transaction of inch ether busies a u. . 1 nnTWOr.v . ' ' " ' ' ' Heerotarr. Columbus. Ohio, April S,l4-dtiath HI8UTINK. B. LKOKABD. 1. N. C LOS 8 UAH COLUMBUS PAPER MILL, frleadl Street, W. Ohio Carnal. '- EISHTINE, LEONARD & CO., KANtTFAOTCaBKf 0 ALL KlsTM OV BOOK PEINTENG & NEW8 PAPER rThe hlajheat f rice la VasaV pal A tM artiole of all sis of Wrapping fapw kept on nana. r ' i W..TaOA8CO. " V WM. M.BAHHT PR0BASC0 & RAMSEY, ATTORNEYS, AT LAW ; Pfo. 68 Weet Thlrdl Street, T1MM iriLMH. . CIIlfvIWWAil, W DENNISON HOUSE,! Fifth SC, bet. Mala and Sjcamor' CINCINNATI, OHIO. mini TTRTFI. HAH KKKn KCrAllttU AHU i. ReflUed throughout, and is now open to the public, House, The -proprietors. reeentlr of th Goddard MaysviU, . K udinit th. Daironan of th. traveling community. Bo pain win am sparea ,iv. aatufiaotioa to th. nm i VXtfTlxir A eel'-tf JM, r- .. new Spring; ie III u. - t.aAxrt ' 1BEHS GOODS! ; ' r , - Vc Ae. AIT lh Novlti la th Eastern. inarlis.iart w NEW .; HIT & CAP STORE. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED, an entire new slock of HATS AND CAPS! ' Of tha Very Latest Styles, and will keep on hand EVERY- VAllIETY That the Eastern market afford. JlelieTlngln Small Profits & Quick Sales, - " Will try to ' PLEASE ALL i Who may favor us with a oall at i ; .-i No. 150 South High Sucet, II.PMMPTOIV, I : OolUXtttoUaalf ' Oa aprllS-dlm " ' ' " Lots! Lots! Lots! NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! OA VEnY DK.SIRABLE BU1LDINU , LOTS, J situated on . WashlpsTton Avenue, " North of Broad street, for sal very, low, and oa terms to suit purchasers. Call on the subscriber on the prrml'es. mar37-dlm THOMAS WALKER. NEW & RICH DRESS GOODS, PLAIN AXD FANCY SILKS, SPRING STYLES OF Cloaks & Circulars, CLOAKING, IN FANCY, PLAIN AND PLAID COLORS, Sun Umbrellas, FASHIONABLE HOOP SKIRTS, TOGETHER WITH All the Novelties of the Season, AT ' HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO.'S, QSO cfcs 2232 South High Street. marll HOSE 8c BEEM, Merchant Tailors. AHEAD AGAIN. WE HAVE NOW OFEX A FULL A5D WELL eleoted STOCK OF GOODS in onr Una, bought for Cash at tha Cheapest PossibU Rates. . W keep constantly on hand all the Newest Styles of Goods In tha Eastern market, and offer tbem at a Cheap Kate a any other house in tha West. A w are botn. i PRACTICAL TAICOKS, And do ourown Tutting and attend to business per sonally, we guarantee general satisfaction, both in Good and Fit. . . We give .special attention to getting np Military Officer1 Clothing. ;'- . , . Our friends and th public In general are Invited to eall and examine our stock before purchasing nlMwher. . M w K : mar-dtf . ' . BOSE tc BEE 91, , Mrs. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, i l - Has reotlved her " ' SPRING AND SUMMER , STYLES i!t OF BONNET AND HAT BLOCKS MtUIner would do Trcll to Call on Her tefbro Pur- ; m . chrtainir AUiaowiiere. ; BiarlS-dtf. " 1 "': 1 BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY: 1M C. L1XLIIY, ' I T ... Blank Book Manufacturer ; , . I...- . : . : No. Worth High fStrwct, COLUMBUS, o..'; '..." .'' . janttdtf - . . ? TYPES & PRINTING PRESSES OF ALL KINDS AND IN ANY, QUANTITY, AT THE CINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY. CIIAS. VTEIjUB, Seevy. nerlT.M-'cnr JOHN JOnMBTOK, B0BT. A. JORKSTOW, Leieot liatavia. lermoni vo., u. vincinuau, v. J. & R. A. JOHNSTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WILL PBACTICE Vf THE tEVERAL Court of Hamilton. Clermont, and adjoining counties, and In th United States Circuit and Dis trict vpuru. uoueouons promptly mai. Aotanaj and Otinm isstoner' business of all kinds attondod to at their office. , , , OrricgS.E.oor, Third and Walnut trteU,Cln- einnatl. . -.t .j ., nwhir ' .I,'.:. . 1 ALEXAWIIIIE'S Plain end :mrei. ered Kid ;. Also Undressed Kid (ilove with Embroidered Backs, Mles i Kid Olove ,.; ... Ko. : . s to x&ovti. High ttrest, ' "Aimllawa on hr lip-health was in her look tiwth wain her itep.aud In her haiids-l'lauta. tion bitter. ' S-T-1860--X. A few bottles of Plantation Hitter Will cure Keruous Headache. " Cold Extremities and FeTorlsh Lips. " ' Bour Stomaoh and Fetid Breath. - Flatulenoy and Indigestion. " Korvous ABeotiont. " Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath. ' - Tain OTer the Ey. Mental l)epodeney. " Prostration; Oreat Weakness. " Hallow Complexion, Weak Bowel, etc. Which are the evidences of - Liver Complaint and Dyapepala. ' It is estimated that seven-tenth of all adult all menu proceed from adiseased and torpid liver. Th blliarv aaoretions of th liver overflowing into th stomach poison th ntlra ystem and exhibit th ahr"i svmntom. After long research w ar able to presnt th most remarkable cur for these horrid nightmare disease th world has evr produced. Within one year over ix hundred and forty thousand person havetaktn the Plantation' Bitters, and not en instance of com plaint has come to our knowledge! ( It i a most ffeotual tout and agreeable itlmulaat, suited to all eondltions of life. Th report that It relio upon mineral substances I its active properties, ar wholly fall. For th publie satisfaction, and that patient may Consult their physiolans, w append a list of it component Caliiata Bark Celebrated for over two hundred year In th treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspep sia, Weakness, etc. It was Introduced into Europ by tb Countess,' wife of tha Atoeroy or Pern, in 1810, and afterwards sold by th Jesuits for th aaor moui prlo of it own weight in silver, under tb nam of Jesuit's Powders, and was finally made pub lic by Louis XVI., King of Franc. Ilumboldt make rpeeial reference to it fbrifug qualities during his South American travels.' CabCabilla Bam For diarrhea, colic and dis eases of th stomach and bowels. - Damdkmon For inflammation of th loin) and dropsical affection. Chamomili FlowibbFot enfeebled digestion. Lavinpik Flowiks Aromatic atimulant and tonic highly invigorating in nervous debility. WlNTiKQBBiN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc. -, Ahibb An aromatic carminative; creating flesh muscle and milk; muoh nsed by mothers nursing. Also, elova buds, orange, earriway, coriander .na-root,.. 8.-T.-KK0-X. " Another wonderful ingredient, of Spanish origin imparting beauty to the complexion and brilliancy to th mind, i yet nnknown to the commerce of tb world, and we withhold it nam for the present. Important Certificate. RocnusTBR. N. Y December M. 1M1, Messrs. P. H. Drake A Co.: I have been a great sufferer from dyspepsia for three or fonr years, and had to abandon ray profession. About three months ago I tried tho Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy, I am now nearly a well man. I hare recommend ed them in several cases, and, a far as I know, al ways with lignal benefit. awn. jresjectfji H JjJgJ""' r.... . . m,k vfvnth ,! 1AM Respected Friend: Sly daughter has been muoh nenelitted by tne use ot my rianiauon Ditiera. TkouwiltsendmeUosmore. A . -. tt r.n,.nn in v.k 11 ism Messrs. 1 H. Db A k K A Co.r-Plf aie sond us another twelve canes or your nantation Hitters. Asamorn ing appetiser, they appear to have superseded every thing els, and are greatly estoemed. , ours, etc., UAUL A W AITfc. Arrangements are now completed to supply any de- mend for this article, which from lack of Govern ment stamps hat not heretofore been possible. The public may rost assured that in nocae will the perfectly pure standard of th Han tat Ion Bitter be departed from. Every bottle bears the fao simil of our signature on a stool plate engraving, or it can not be genuine. Sold by all Druggist, Grocers and Dealers through rut the country. P. IT. DRAKE A. CC 203 llrorultriay, IS. V. 3nlyl5-dAwmend Nbw MumoAL Dibcotbrt. Bki.l'8 Hrroifio PtLLa.for th speedy and permanent cure of hernial li..... l'rothn.1 Diivharzes. Gleet. Heminal Weakness, Nightlv Emissions, Incontinence, Impo tence, Genital Debility and Irritability, Gravel, Rtricturaand Affections of the kidneys, which ha been used ky upwards of one hun lred physicians, with antira inoiMi. suoerseding Cubebs. CoDaibss Capsules, or any oompound hitherto known. llii r ' Mpminn I'ii.i.s are sneedv in aotion. f- riin. a anra in a few davs: which 1 Dermanent. . 1'bey are prepared from Vegetable extract that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate tne stom ach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet is neoessary while using them. , Nor does their aotion interfere with businesspursuita. Each box contain x dozen Pills. Price On Dollar. Db BEli'S TREATISE ON SEMINAL WEAK- mature Decar. Sexual Diioase.elo., a pamphlet of i0 page, containing important advice to the atnioted, dENT FREE. SIX CENTS are required to pay Sent secure from observation and confidentially by . mail, pot-paid, on u.0'pJ0,1jlJyAfneJ ft No. T6 Ceder street. New York. Sold bvallPrnggists. SCANLAN A CO., AgenU, Cincinnati. Tn. FimrrsTsiwiiKD.-Dr. Bell' Treatise on ' rielf-Abus. Premature Decay, Impotence and Los im kiviiai iitftftafles. nenimai nuinus. Mightly jvmiss oainnblet of 60 tmicsions, uenitai Aieouity, eto. etc., a e, containing important auvic. men inonia o. reaa oy .Torj .ttmrr mm ,h mmiii nf Atir. in the everet stages, isplainfy set forth. Sent secure from observation and confidentially, by mail, on receipt of two stamp .top.you..W. : , JiBRTAK M.n . ' 1 . " tCdar street. New York. ; P.O. Box, Mlt. i . , . - warnhM-nAwenwiy - A Card. TIIK UNDERSIGN F.D HESPECTFCI- l.Y informs, herewith, the publie in general. that he will dose, from and after the first day of next nonth, tho Columbus City Drug Store, . cept since the last eight years past under th firm of ' A. J. SCHUELLEil A SON, and that he will re ' nove the said Drug Store to tho Eagle Drug Store, I n the Southeast onrner of High and Rioh streets, - hich he purchased from th estate of his deceased b brother. Ernst Schuellor, and will continue for th future in his own name. Being Tory thankfnl for ' past favors, he take tb liberty to remark that h is ' an xauiined Apothecary, and having a large well e : ected (took of goods on hand, he hopes to receive at . thi, nmmw .tAnd nf th. business a share of the nnblio ' patronage for the future, and wishes to pee at th ' iew plaoe, as wall hi old friend and customers as !' also many new ones: and especially would say that sll prescription will be carofully compounded at any time during the day and nignt. Columbus. Ohio, January S9th, . ' voiumoua, vn .UUUT j, gcHUELLER, lanXMJm Druggist. SPECIAL NOTICES. DISEASES OF THE NEK VOl'S, SEMI. NIL. I HIttAUY AbEXUAL, SIS. i'KMS n.w and reliatle treatment in Report of the 11UWAKU AHMIUlA'llunxHteni oy man in mA lrtter enveloms. f nn of eharg. Address DR. ). SKlLLlN HOUGHTON, Howard Assoc 4on.No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. marchM'Ss-dAwlyap - ., . Bemaved I rem hie OU Office DR. A. B. WILLIAMS West Broadway. Bear High street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himself for a series of year to th treatment of oertaln pr rate disease. H may b consulted at hi office Broadwa sear the Exchange Bank. JanlS- ' ' TH13 CONFESSIONS 4c EXPERIENCE "OF A If na"V Aiiixj. Published for th benefit, and as a warning and A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN ' r-1 who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at th Same time. - THE MEANS OF SELF CURE, By on who' has cured himself after being put great expens and Injury through medical humbug and ouackery. By inoloslng a post-paid addressed envelope, pin- gl copies may b bad of th author. - AATHA11j ma if a in, f.iq.. Bedford, Kings coanty, N. Y. . mavrf an-rttwivsp Mnlhr "iniiiviriuallv and collective!v " without sln.la.xacptlon. nronounoo Mstdaiue Porter's Couprh Balsam tb most pleasant and effica cious Kenedy for th our ot tinugts, Uslds, Croup, Sore Throat, to. Ac. in children that ba ever yet been given to tne public. 'Ibey say it alwavs anU lik a oharm. Children really Hk it o unlik th many nauseous and worthless preparations now tb markett it can b obtained of all Druggist price only 15 cent per botU. . mar"i-dlw The create Wyaterf la the werld t n ( Hint an. An. will buy or use any other ri'meily for Cnuchs. Coins, ate., but MADAME 1'OUTfc. 1 1 but M ADAMK J COUUII BALSAM. Jtoures Hooping Cough, Croup Sort Throat, eto. eto., strengthens the luncs, and will b found vsrv pleasant to take try it. bold all UrnpiiBi. at u ceut per botue, March MAwiw SPECIAL NOTICES. Sore "Throat, ! . L'oM6rli, ! " Cold,; and similar troublos At sufTcred to progress, result In urious Pulmonary, Bronclilal and Aethmatio affect ions, oftentimes incurable. , ' BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES ar compounded so as tn reach directly the teat of the disease and give almost instant relief. niarlS-diwlm-b a in by THEGBEAT ENGLISH EEMEDT, SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pllla PKOTECTED Gve?3 IKT " . BT B0TAL PATIHT Prepared from a prurripUo nf Sir J. Clarht, 1T.D 1 PhynMa Extraordinary loth Qvttn, This invaluablemedicineisnnfailing intheeare a those palnrul and dangerous disease to wnicn female constitution is subject. It moderate all -cm and removes all obstruction, and a speedy oere may b relied on. ' . i. TO MAimiED IiADIES iti peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on the monthly period wtth regularity.' ' ' Each bottle, price On Dollar, bear the Govern ment Stamp of Great Britain to prevent counter feit . .". , ,. ., Caution. Tkttt PUU ihnvld not bt taken by fUnaUt eTer ' Ms riRST TIMES MONTHS of Prtgnanty, , they art swr to bring on MitcarHag; but at any other Um they ar ta. ' r. ' In all ease of Nervous and Spinal Affection, Pale in th Back and Limbs, Fatigue oa alight exertion rtripltation of the Heart, Hysteric and White these 1MU will effect a cure when all other mean have failed: and although powerful rmtdy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtfu to th. constitution. '- ' -', - .. Full directions lo th pampbM around each pack age, which should b carefully preserved. -t Sole Agent for th United States and Canada.' ' JOB MOSES, TT Cortland Street, New York. If. B. $1.00 and six postage stamps Inclosed to an authorised Agent, will insure a bottle, containing y Pills, by return mail. ; 8. E. SAMUEL, Q ROBERTS. AgenU. Colum bus. Ohio. ... ...... uly-dAwlyeoiv j RIIEUJIATISM. - NO DISEASE IS SO CERTAIN OF CURE ' by BRANDRETH'S PILLS a thi. Thoy soon take cut of th blood the particular Vim upon which all the pain depends, and th patient i cared. . Mr. T.M.Adam, J0 Twelfth street. New Tork, suffered with rheumatism for a long period. H waa attended by abla physicians, but their prescription ware of no avail ; be was unable to move without as sistance, and for four month was almost entirely confined to bis bed. At thi period of hi sickness. when bop had fled, and he expeoted to b a cripple for the remainder of hi life, he was recommended to use . ' HKAP,Ll(i.TH'S r-lLil,S. Th first box evidently mad him- better ; the im provement was mora decided from the seeond box, and by the time he had used eighteen boxes, he wa entirely cured of rheumatism, and the strength and uppleness of his limb were restored. It is now over a year that this care has been effected, and he ha had no return, but oontinues the enjoyment of per fect health.. May th, 1861. Sold by J0IIN R. COOK, High (treat, Columbus, Ohio, and by all respoctable dealer In modiolnes. , marl-dwlm-b ' rIt. TOBIAS' VENITIAN HORSE LINIMENT TN PINT BOTTLES AT FIFTY CENTS. CURES A. Umi,nMs.fttit.ff&ll.eoliA.Aft. Read the followine: Boston, July 7th, 1863,' Dr. Tobias : Wehave used for the past year yonr Ilorse Liniment for lameness, kioks, bruises, colie and cut, and in every instance found it the best ar tiole I evor trlod in this circus company. Please send ix doten.a it 1 tb only liniment we use now. We have 108 horse, soma very valuable, and do not want to leave town without it. - HI A I T JUUST, Manager Van Amburgh tt Co.' Menagerie. Bold by all druggist. Office, M Cortlandt street. NawYork. marlS-ddwlm-b A New Thing Under the Sun. In it effect instantaneous. In its coloring power matchless. . In all it ingredients vegetable. In it operation natural. - ) In it beautifying result enduring. ' . In its tendency preservative. . ') In it popularity unequalled. ' CRICTADORO'g IIAIR DYE Is pronounced both by the World or Sciixck tad the World or Faiuion. the finest preparation ever Invented by art to rectify the shortcomings of Nature. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO. No. Astor House, New York. Sold by all Druggist. Applied by all Hair Dresser. snarl9-dwlm-b . , . ; Having been called upon to examine the formula or recipe for the above Bitters, which has been given to me by the inventor, I take pleasure in stating tne puono, inattuey are wen Known tb medical profession as possessing properties purely tooio, and tha com bination ts well calculated, and espe cially adapted to that els of diseases (arising from a disordered condition of 9 I the bepatio funotions. or general de rangement of the liver, so common in i malarious districts of tne w est and 1 bey contain a larger propor F tonio inaredienU than anv other WmV Killer. Bitten that have beau submitted to ma for chemical oxainlnation. I bosneak for them a wide-spread popularity end cordially oommend them to the pubuo use, , Very re.pectiutiy; C. W. ORD.WA.V. Analvtical Chemist. Bee Advertisement. april7-dAwl - HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! BATfllELOITS CELKBKATKD HAffiDYJS 1 .IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD I . Tht only HarmleM, Tru and Reliable Dy known. This splendid Hair Dye is perfect change Bed, Rusty or Grey Hair Instantly to a Qixmst Black or Natcial Brown, without injuring the Hair'or staining the Hkln.leavlng the hair soft and beautiful Impart fresh Vitality, frequently restoring Its pri. tin color, and rectifies th ill effect of Bad Dyes. The genuine I ilgned WILLIAM A.BATCHELORt all other are mere iinitationi and should be avoid i. Sold by all Druggists, eto. , ' t , I'actorr n. SlBarclar Streets . NEW YORK. Vatobalor' Nw Toilet Cream for Dressing tha diwlyspl , : , :.:. a , .. COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP. , This celebrated Toilet Seap In such universal demand, 1 mad from th etiolceet materials, is mild and emollient In it nature,fragrat ljr ecented, and extremely beneficial la it actios npon th skin, i for sale by all Drugglsto'end 1 - lanlf'St-dAwlyap Fancy Goods Dealer. QUACKERY! . T Mirneet.1v caution alt ronng men iufferlng from Nervous Debility, eto., against endangering their health by patronising any of the advertising quaoks. Yon can fully recover by the method nsed by the Advertiser, and by hundreds of others, amd IK no Othbr WAT. Read a letter whioh I will send you if you will send m a postpaid envelop bearing your address. Direotto EDWARD H. TRAVER.' Look Box, Boston, Mas. )ana8'i-dAwlyirp A CASE Of DYSPEPSIA . OF SIXTEEN lis CARS' STANIM.NU. CUKKll uy VNt, JJUA T. M. IS.. 1 :''" ' n;.nTnmASV .,, i MMUJWLM9 Ai ew -m. -su i A wii . , - ' I'hiladilphia, Feb.Cth, IBM. Mn. Jonn J.KitoMgn, - ' 4 Dear Mr; I have been a snffwer from that most horrid disoa, "Dyspepsia," for sixteen years, but after using tn one box of T. M. SHARP'S Fill! which I purchased of vou soma three weeks ago, I fuel as if I have entered into a new lifemy general health ha improved, my appetite ba inoreased, and altogether I feel lik a new man. I take pleasure in EoouuimondiDg mem to tnepuimo as snie ana reua. le. Yours, truly, O. V. FORBES -..-! i no.Ji unetnuttrei,i'uiiauftipnia. Pic tl.00 A Box.' flnM Vy Dniirftkts eery where , l'r i'rinclrsl Ai.nl, 403 Chestnut Bl.,1 hihiiHlrhia' ariiiofi-'ii.ouip -4 11