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Publishers, Booksellers, kUD SYAtioncrs, Printers and Binders, UMO.t BLOCK. ftibt PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT The Ohio Statesman Company, AMOS fcAYMAm, I EdMoro. COLUMnUSOHIOi SATURDAY MORNINQy, - MAttCII 11. Vice President Johnson. ) "it may bo recollected that In an communication to The Stale Journal, written from Washington on Saturday, disparaging allusion was made to the speech of ice President Johnson. We were at the tune wholly at a loss as to the occasion that nhoulil call forth remarks of uch tenor, iroiu such source. In The Journal of Thurs day, we cave a synopsis of tho losing Beetles" lu the Senate, gleaned from Eastern papers, including a report of the speech lin L..Va Afit Jnimann on the occasion, la that report, we failed to discern occasion to Justify the degree of censure implied In our Editorial coriespouueu o... ; produced it, as anactot simple Justice to the Vice President. IMght glad would we be, could we tlnd it consistent with our sense of duty as faithful chroniclers, to rest the mat ter there. But fame, with its thousand tongues, has already proclaimed the fact that the second Ofllcer in the Government, the Vice Presidentof the United States, humili ated his triends, disgraced his country, and degraded himself, by appearing before the President, Supreme Court the Heads of De partments, the Senate of the United btates, the Representatives ot the People, and the Representatives -of Foreiirn Countries, to take upon himself the high responsibilities of his olllce. In a condition ot wretched de bauch In which he had been indulging ior two weeks! It is now quite evident that the speech of the Vice President, as given by us on Thursday, has been expurgated, and fitted up in the best style of parliamentary reporting, to spare the friends of the Vice President the deep mprtillentionof a literal rendering. The misfortune is. thataM the ... .r not -he brouirht to adopt this course; and ttie shameiul lacU are now patent to me wunu. v . .....n n.o aiinnic nf drunkenness until nun, viu " -- - . . . imputed to Andrew Johnson; and right glad would we be could we now, in the lace ot tneeviuence oemre us, nun ... TMilulit.v resnectinsr jLc-Ohio StateJournal So, it seems that tW-f naugural speech of Mr. Johnson we published was put into a sort of presentable shape by reporters. The Cincinnati Gazttle is anxious that Mr. Joiinsox should resign his position, and now regrets exceedingly that it did not ex pose his drunkenness when he was at Cin cinnati, cn route for Washington. This man Johnson, who is pronounced by leading Administration Journals, as a disgrace to the position he now 'occupies, has been the Governor of East Tennessee, by the grace of Mr. Lincoln's nppointiuent, for near four years, lie has l)ecn con- liflerl to discharge the du- t.'ipa nf fJovernor of that State: his drunkenness did not seem to work a dis qualification. We do not know that It re nuircs a higher dezree of morality, or more Bobi lety, to preside over the deliberations ot tho United States Senate "four per cent." of whose members, according to tne statement of a Washington correspondent ot The Cincinnati Commercial? "ad been dead drunk lor several months," and "ten per cent." of whom were "in hourly dan ger of delirium tremens," than to officiate as the Governor of a great State that was being sought to be retained by the rebels? Is it not a mockery is it not offensive to heaven for religious men to labor for the election of sxtch men to great offices and then ask the Lord to bless their Adminis tration? How eminently superior, in all the elements that go to make up the man and the Statesman, was Mr. Johnson's competitor for the Vice Presidency lion. Geobqk II. Pendleton, who by nature is a gentleman, and whose ability and acquirements eminently qualify him to adorn any position. Clergymen, in the late political campaign, held that re ligion and patriotism could alone be pro moted by the election of Lincoln and Johnson over McClellan and Pbndleton. When did the-Democratic party ever give to the country a retailer of low jokes for the Presidency and a besotted drunkard for the Vice Presidency? It is Indeed a humil iation that the affairs of the adhering States should be managed by such men, while the rebellious States are presided over by a President and Vice President whose morali ty and sobriety are known of all men. Is it because of this condition of things that the Lord has been pleased not to answer fully the prayers of either side? If it hither to has influenced Him In the answering of the prayers of either side, we may reason ably take it for granted that He will not bless us with Union and Peace until our people shall put into the various depart ments of the Federal and State Govern ments men who are at least moral and tem perate. In the absence of political excite ment, NT will be well for religious men to five to this matter such consideration as hall lead to the adoption of a course that will SDeedily work a reform. It is not prob able that the Lord will thank them for as sisting to elevate to place and power idiotio men. and men wanting in statesmanship, nd drunkards, and then call on Him to bless the country, through them, with beneficent srovernment. For Him to do so will undoubtedly require the performance ot a miracle; ana, it tne expounders ot theology are not at fault, this is not the age of miracles. ' . No War Enthusiasm at Oberlin. ', In The Lorain County Nevus, published at Oberlln, f the 8th Inst, we And the follow ing item, which shows plainly that there Is no War enthusiasm in Obcrlin : . . ."Eecrulting is not progressing as rapidly as could be desired, and unless something is done soon to hasten it, the draft will have to come. Only seven have been mustered la during the week, and sixteen more Are required to nu tne quota,;- ', It it very, strange that such a place as Oberlln should be remiss la the matter of recruiting. - '. ' Th Journalist who supposes that the Democratic party wants this country in volved in a foreign War, is very much mistaken ! ; It to considered by tho party J,hat enough American citizens have been slaughtered to answer for a century cr two. The Climax of Johnson's Coarseness and Vulgarity. Tho correspondent of The Cincinnati Com merce, in referring to Andrew Johnson's Inauguration speech, says, that the "cli max" of Joiinbon's "coarseuess and vul garity" consisted In his using the following language: ' - " I say to you. Foreign Ministers, that I am a plebeian, that I was a tailor's boy." Shoddy is becoming sensitive. It is coarse and vulgar to refer to the fact that they are plebeians, that some of them have worked In their day at mechanical employ ments, or, perchance, have ofllehted as host lers. They now scorn the " mudsile," whom they affected to love with love's fiery intensity at the late election. Among other things, they represented Mr. Pendlk Ton as not sufficiently plebeian to be elect ed to the Vice Presidency of the country, and that Mr. Johnson was Just tho man for the. position, by reason of being the child of the people. Now, it is coarse and vulgar to recognize tho existence of the peoplo as a political power, forsooth. on the Vice President. [From The Cincinnati Gazette, March 9.] THE INAUGURAL HUMILIATION. Andrew Johnson, the Vice President elect, presented himself drunk at the great inauguration ceremony, in the presence of the assembled executive aud Judicial de partments of the Government, the repre sentatives ot the people, the Senute over which he is to preside, a large concourse of citizens from all parts of the country, and of the foreign diplomatists- and visitors. Before that imposing concourse he bellow ed for half an hour the idiotic babble of a mind besotted by a fortnight's deDaucn. He boasted himself as a specimen of the working of American institutions, wnicn brought such a man as he to the second place in the Government. He dragged its proudest ceremony into tho slough of his degradation, and turned it to shame aud mortification. This cannot be covered up as a private infirmity. It was exhibited before the world. We have to discuss It as a public calamity, and as a national insult and dis grace which demands .relief. Mr. Johnson should at once resign the place he has so dishonored, and in which he can never have the respect of any American citizen, and should retire to privatelil'e, where his wal lowing will befoul no one but himself. The nation cannot suffer the dishonor that a man who was inaugurated drunk, who olri veiled over the Holy Hook as he took The oath of office, and shamed the nation, in the eyes of the world, should sit to preside over the Senate anu represent uie sccuuu executive office. And it cannot afford to keep open the risk ot such an alternative in case of the death or disability of the Presi dent. Mr. Johnson made a similar exhibition of himself here, aud we then refrained from commenting on it because we thought it might be only a lapse in the interval when he was free from official duties; and that if he were habitually intemperate he would retain decency enough to refrain from disabling himself for public occasions. Our forbearance was unfortunate, for had we then commented on his condition it might have brought hlin to a sense of it, or have forced his Tennessee friends to see to him, or at least it would have thrown the people at Washington upon their guard, and peruana have diminished his opportu nity for such a humiliating exhibition. We are not inclined to palliate these re marks by any reference to Mr. Johnson's previous services. He has exhibited to the world his unfitness for his prsscnt position, and ho has dishonored the institutions of bis country, lie should make the only rep aration in his power. Keep Up the Organization. The Democratic party, says an exchange, must keep up its organization. Two parties in time of peace were considered necessary by the people for the protection of their own . f r 1 .! ir ...V interests, now in nine oi ir, nucui-ui-ruption and fraud rule in every department ot our Government, when the eyes of care ful watchmen should scrutinize every act of the people's agents, two parties are im peratively demanded. The Democratic party being now the minority party, should watch the majority with unsleeping eyes. The people's weal, the interest of the tax payers, the good of the country, demand such conduct on its part. The organization of the party must be kept up. United ac tion, combined influence and systematic or ganization achieve wonders. Let the Dem ocratic party maintain minority as it is Its old position as the guardian of the peo- rtlnta a tho nrnfpr.tnr nf t.hpir intprpsts. I 'H O . IpU V-J, v . v. ------- No defeat should disorganize us ; no repulse demoralize us; stanu iirm to me oiu imp ui the constitutional Democracy,- and all will yet be well with us. Cadiz Sentinel. A "Loyal" Paper Abusing the Soldiers. The "loyal" Cincinnati Times, in noticing the 187th Regiment 0. V. I, which passed through that city last Saturday, thus abuses the gallant men who have gone totlie front in obedience to President Lincoln's last call: We would like to inquire why it is that a person takes to strong drink as soon as he dons army blue. The opinion seems to veiy generally obtain among soldiers, that to be soldiers, they must exhibit a certain amount of swaggering brutality; must drink, must utter fearful oaths, must in dulge in obscene language. Why cannot they be gentlemen as well as soldiers? Stamp Connected with Settlement of Estates. Revenue, jthe presentation of a will tor probate, application tor the appoint ment of administrators and guardians, do not require stamps. Tho probate of wills, lettersof administration, and bondsof exec utors, administrators, guardians aid trus tees, are subject to stamp duty, as is also the appraisal or inventory of the estate, being an appraisal of value. But all other pro ceedings, such as petitions, orders, notices, certificates and affidavits used in the settle ment of the estate, are exempt. Merchants' Hotel, Cincinnati. The readers of The Statesman know that we resrard the Merchants' Hotel as the best In Cincinnati ; and when they have occasion to go to that city, they generally honor our ludsrment by making the Merchants' their stopping place. Ihe Cincinnati Times in a late Issue thus notices this Hotel: .Tho nun Arm nf flnHi-lipr. Nelson &. Co 1- nAaanoalAn tt fho Xfi-n ti a n fa' loaf AT j V at nrfitxVi tl ma tlia liniiKA wan t.hnirtiirhl V renovated from top to bottom, at a cost of over f JO,UW. ine nouse is proviuea tlimiicrhmil'. with a11 t.TiA innflpm Imnrnve- monta onri fa rtondnatAii on thn mriHf. un proved plan of first class houses. The house is deservedly popular ana is constantly Crowucu to lis uiuiUBbcapocibjrt The tribe of female ranters, of which Miss A.ma V. T)if-kInnon is the t.vne. seems to be sretting larger. Mrs. F. E. Watkins Harper has been speaking at Philadelphia, before a negro club, known as the "Social. Civil, A CfoHatlnnl AaaneiaMon of the Colored Peopleof Pennsylvania." . She is a negress. A Philadelphia Republican paper says that "several critics pronounce her equal to Miss Dickinson, and some give her credit for even greater merit.;' Another female ora f t iwlo Ttnll. la advertised to sneak at Providence on "Woman's Capabilities Wo atiiill anon have a nvtho- ness, white or black, among the "proper ties" oi every iyai league m iroria. THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. FRIDAY, March 10. SENATE K0RNINQ SESSION. Prayer by Rev. O. Align. Tho following bills were passed i Senate bill w provide for the payment of the claim of Duryee, Forsythe & Co., for the balance due them on a contract with the Board of Public Works for a Weigh Lock Scale. Senate bill to authorize tho commission ers of certain counties to copy tho papers of the Connecticut .Land Company. Senato bill supplementary to tho act to provide for the regulation ot incorporated companies) and Senate bill to amend section 694of thecodeof civil procedure, were each lost upon their passage. Recess. , ,-AFTERNOON skssion. A call of the Senato showed only 17 members present. Several coming in, a quorum was found to be present. Stmate bill supplemental to the act to nrovide compensation to tho owners of pri vate property appropriated to the use of corporations, passed April ju, iso-s, was passed. The following bills were lost on their nassace for want of constitutional majority : Senate bill supplemental to the code of civil procedure. Senate bill empowering county commis sioners In counties having 50,000 or more Inhabitants, to extend back the Probate Court docket so as to embrace all appoint ments of executors, administrators and guardians. Mr. Stevenson introduced a bill to pro vide salaries for members ot city and vil lage councils. The vote by which the House milk bill was lost, was reconsidered, and the bill re ferred to Mr. Howells, with instructions to amend. ', The Senate went into comniitteo of the Whole on the General Appropriation bill, and afterward adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES .WOKNINO SESSION. Prayer by Hon. Mr. Long. Petitions were presented: By Mr. Boehtuer From citizens of Perry township, Putnam county, remonstrating against a law authorizing the commission ers of that county to borrow money for the erection or completion of public buildings. By Mr. Lott Three petitions from citi zens of Darke county against extending the time for fencing railroads By Mr. Uhl From citizens of Holmes county, for a law to authorize township trustees to levy taxes to refund money heretofore raised to pay bouuties to volun-t.-ers. The foUowing bills were passed: House bill to amend "an act to regulate the fees of justices of tho peace and con stables," passed April 25th, 1854. increasing the fees of justices and coustables fifty per cent. House bill to authorize the city of Tiqua to issue bonds to liquidate an indebtedness heretofore incurred. House bill supplementary to an act enti tled "an act providing for enclosing rail roads by fences and cattle guards," passed, and took effect March 25, 15!). House bill to relieve the judges ot the su preme court from duty in the district courts for the year 1805. senate mil supplementary to tne act maK in2 provision for the incorporation of cem etery associations, passed Feb. 24, 1848. 'X lie following bills were introduced: By Mr. Nixon To amend the act to au thorize and regulate limited partnerships. By Mr. Lindslcy To amend section 5 of the act for enclosing railroads by fences and cattle guards. . By Mr. Babcock To authorize compan ies incorporated in tins Mate to now real and personal property, and to enrry on busi ness beyond the limits of the State. By Mr. Boesel To authorize the council of the village ot Wapakonetta to purchase a lire engine, &c. ' By Mr. Nixon To place public burying grounds under the charge of township trustees in certain cases, ic. Recess. AFTERNOON 8F.SSION. Senate bill ceding to the United States jurisdiction of certain lands in Seneca county, was amenoeu anu passed. House bill to fix the compensation of members of the General Assembly, was amended, and made the subject of various motions to amend and refer. Demand was made for the previous question and sustain ed. The bill was then put upon its passage and lost yeas 34, nays 41. The vote was reconsidered, and the bill referred to Mr. Stanton with instructions toamend. The following bills were passed : House bill to provide for tilling vacancies in the office of judc ol any of the courts. Senate bill to authorize councils of vil lages through which any turnpike or plank road may pass, to construct sidewalks along such road. Mr.Bidwell. from the committee on Roads and Highways, reported back Senate bill to authorize tho commissioners oi juonroe county to levy a road tax, recommending its passage. Jur. uni moved tne inuenniie postponement of the bill. An animated de bate ensued, pending wnicn tne liouse au- ourned. Remarks of Mr. Thornhill in the House of Representatives. fin tlio Ttnaanrro nf thn hill nllt.hnrtzlno county commissioners to allow compensa tion to attorneys lor defending persons ac cused of Penitentiary offenses, Mr. Thorn- hill maintained a spicy discussion. In an swer to the arguments of Mr. Brachman, of Hamilton, who argued that attorneys should render these services without pay Mr. Thornhill desired to know, why the pro- M.I , ,.1 I f . ...1 . .1 L lession Oi tne law snoum ue siugieu out from all other professions and compelled to render services without pay ? Why not impose duties upon ministers ot tne gospel, upon physicians, upon legislators, and com pel the gentleman from Hamilton to throw open his wine cellar to the paupers of Cin cinnati? Why give alt other men pay for labor performed and not to lawyers r it ts tyrannical and unjust, and it is not the true policy of the State to convict innocent per sons unheard and undefended. The bill had been divested of all its objectionable features (if It had any) and connned to Penitentiary and offenses punishable with death, and, as an act ot justice and policy, gentlemen ot the liouse snouid an vote ior it. The House had lust passed a bill creat ing a new office in the case of a clerk of the supreme uoun, ana nau voica a large Increase of salary, when it was clearly shown that the duties of that office had been performed to the satisfaction of all as Drovlded lor in tne uonstitution wuy now refuse to do justice to this particular class of men? :: He thought he knew where the shoe pinched. The gentleman from Geauga (Mr, Woodburv Derhaos was afraid that attor neys would get lees lor defending criminals under nis Mm-miiK dui up in nis county; but he was happy to have it in his power to Inform the gentleman that he had framed the bill with special reference to that bill, and that it was not contemplated oy mis bill to interfere, in the least, wltn his ope' rations in skim-milk. ... The gentleman from Geauga said some tbinff about tour kraut, which was not dis- tincuy heard by the reporter. The bill ptusaeu. Wv ara trlnrl tn nhaprvA that inmA nf our o-vohonoroa wlileh Minn after thn.nlection proposed to strike their colors and go bodily over to tne pany wnose crimes uuu lumra they had deprecated, are now disposed to repent tneir rasnness. 'r.ant nf anatninin(r t.Kn ArlmlnlRtxn. tion ; ot affirming that the whole policy of tv, nniurnmsnt. wna definitely settled bv Mr. Lincoln's election, is about played out. How it ever deceived any one, or why it 1 f J 1 ! .. I. I. .. I was ever seiectea ior a uecejjuun, il is umu to understand. Louisville Jjemocrat. - 1 AAA IOZF.W SI7FEHIOK 800 VDS l.UUU Spool Cotton Thread at 1 cent a spool or $1 10 per deien-greaUy """JJ Kn inarcblO Nm. S3 to M Suulli High Streot. SPRING ELECTION. MARSHAL. pniTOBS Ohio States an: I'Iomo nnouno the name of Cap t. En. Davis as t candidato fur City Uaiihal, subject to the decision of the Domocratio City Convention, to be held March 18th, and pblige MANY DEMOCRATS, march 10-dU8th ' ' 1 . SUPERIOR JUDGE. The name of lion. John L. Orbkn wilUfco pro eontod to the Democrntio County Convention, to be held In this oity on the lth int., for nomination to the office of Superior Jutlne. Mr. (irocn for a num ber of yoara acceptably and ably discharged tho du ties "of Common Plea Jttdne. If nominated and elected, the pooplo may confidently roly on the as uranoe that they will have ij him an able and up right Judge. Editors Ohio Statesman: Please announce the nnmo of E. F. Uinguam as a candidate for Suporior Judge, subject to the dooision of tho Dcmocratto Convention to be hold on the 18th of March, and oblige ' MANY DEMOCRATS. march9-dtlflth CONSTABLE. Editoks Ohio Statesman; Plcaso announce JousliitowN as a candidate fur Constublo, subjeH to the decision of tho Democratio City and Town ship Convention, and obligo MANY DEMOCRATS.. MAYOR. QKDiTons Onio Statssman Ploaao announce the name of. J ames U. Hull as a oandi date for tho office of Mayor of this city at the oommg bprlng oieotion, subject tothedeoision of the Democratic City Con vention, to be held in this oity on the 18th of March, 1806, and oblige his MANY DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS FniTnnnOmn Statksman: l'lease announce W. KENT as a eandidate for Mayor, subject to the decision of tho Democratio nominating Lonventu audoblioe MANY DEMOCRATS New Advertisements. PROCLAMATION! mill! nilAMFIED VOTEIH OF X Franklin County, Ohio, are hereby notified to assemble on Monday, the 3d day of Apt II, 180.T, at the places of holding eleotions in the soveral Wards in the oity of Columbus, ami in the several townships in taid County, such as fhall be appoint ed by the proper authorities fur holding the city a d township elect ions on the day aforesaid, and eloot one Judge if Uhe Superior Court ol irunklin Cinnty. , , , , , . Tho nnlls will open between the hours of o'clock and 10 o'olock A. M , and olojc -at 6 o'clock V. M. VV M 1 ' J M 1 Vi A fi mchll-td Sheriff of Franklin County, Oluo House for Rent. Aiiocisk FXiani.v sititated ox W0.1t Friend Street, containing nine or ten rooms possession 1st of April, luquire al a5 hat Town Street. uiarchlO-tf SQAPAND CANDLE FACTORY FOB. SALE; IWILLSF.IXON vr.IlYKEAMnfABI.E term", mv Soap and Candle Factory, situated on Snint .. iu'.i kuc I'-of. hv lflv. feet, corner of Front Street and First Alley. If not sold by tho 1st day of Apr.1. will beforrent. J fVKST0 No. 411 South High St., Columbus, Ohio, marclilo-dlwiwlm IMMENSE REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF COTTON GOODS! BAIfJ & SON, IVos. 23 to 20 South KligU Street, o FFF.II A LI, THE LEADIN G AND best brands of Muslins, Sheetings, Calicos, Shirtings, Tickings, Ginghams, Drillings, Etc., At Lowest Market Kates ! msrchlO. MASK VEILS. Wovon Valenciennes Laces. iiace Mecves ana vouars. liinen Collars and Sets. Alexandre's Kid Gloves. linlnionil Skirt.. MAIN & M1. march 10 Noi. 23 to 20 South High Streot. Fortune Telling. MRS. M eTaTKINSON, Oi Now York. THIS LADY HAS JI'ST ARUIVED from the city of Now York, and ua rooms at No. loo South 1'ulilic Lane, second noor, wnere sne may be consulted by all persons wishinn to know their future prosperity, in matters relatinn to love, mairiasre, law, and business affairs. She flutlors herself that she will be able to ive entire satis faction to those who may call upon her. W Consultations Ladies, 1; Uentlomen, tl. mcho-dat Metropolitan GIFT BOOK STORE Will Open In a few Days. mch8-dlw Merchant Tailoring. rMVL OW HOSE 4c BEEJI, NORTH J cast corner of Hiirh and Town street, for your Clothin?, where you can get Kood fits, good quality Of Uoous, ana ai vtry wv price. febtf-tilljanT.'GS WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ' AMD ' ' . Liquors of all Kinds. r., win nl n r.OI'11 IlllV AV II 1 S I i irku. n.M ia mn old ltonrbon Whisky'. Also, twenty-five barrel pure to 13 years oiu Monongahela Whisky, of the best brands. Will bewldbr th demijohn, keg or barreli also, all kind of Wines and other Liquors, by LACELLE, KOSS CO.,4 , 2'li South High street. decl31 I.&t.a of Fhalon'i Establishment, BT. T rw,n .nn .? WCUr VfllfK Fashionable Shaving, Hair (Jutting, Bhampoon- lncifUruag ana vnmoiu twwui , . i', In the Basement of the Neil House, unde tne rosionice, where'mtisfactlon will U given In HI tha varion " Ladi and Children' Hair Dres.ing don. In the Wrru an Cold Uatbs can b B cd at ail neurii lyU-dly, : U. S. 7-30 LOAN! By author'ty o Jtho Sooretary of the Treasury tlio unci signed 1 as niumed the General Subscrip tion Aecncy for the sale of United Slate. Treasury Note, bearing seven and thrce-tonths per cent. In terest per annum, known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. ' These Notes a e issued tinder duto of Auf ut 1Mb. 1PM, and are payable tliroo years from that tiuio, in currency, or are convertible at the option of the holder into ; U. S. 5-20 Six percent. GOLD-BEARING BONDS. These bonds aro now worth a premium of nine per cent.. Inoluding gold interest from Nov., which makes the actual profit on the 7-30 loan, at current ratos, Inoluding interest, about ten per eent. peran num, besides Its tvtmptlonfrom SUtteand Municip al taxation, which addtrom on to thrtt per cent, more, according to tho rale levied on othor property. The Intortst is payable semi-annually by coupons attached io each noto, which may be o t off and sold to any bank' or banker. The Intorestamounts to One cent per day on a 850 note. Two cent" " KK) " Xm " " " " (X " 20 " " " 81000 " . 1 t 5000 " Notos of all the denominations named will be promptly furnished upon recoipl of subscriplion. This is TIIK OXY I.U.1N I MARKKT now offered by tho Government, and it is confident ly expected that its superior advantages will make it the GREAT POPULAR LfAN OF THE PEOPLE. . Loss than 200,000,000 remain unsold, which will probably be disposed of within tho next 60 or 00 days, whon the notes will undoubtedly commend a premi um, as 1 as uniformly been tho caso on closing the subscriptions to other Loans. In ordor that oitizeni of every town and section of the oountry may bo affordod foe litios for taking tho loan, tho National Banks, ytate Hunks, and Private Bankers throughout tho country have genorally agrocd to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select their own sgents, in whom thoy have con fidence, and who only aro to be responsible for the dolivory of the notes for which they receive ordors. JAY COOKE, Sl'BspBiPTloM Aornt, Philadelphia. SrBSCRIPTIONS WILL BB KKCFIVD by the 1'lrstNationaI Dank of Coluinbun. Franklin Nat'nl " " National Exchange Dank " fubll-ditwHinoin NEW DENTAL OFFICE. J. W. WORTMAN, DENTAL SURGEON, 1) It OFFER 8 HIS PIlOrKSMONAL services to the community of Columbus and vicinity, and has hopea t lint any who may wait MCK, LIKK-LIKK and liUKAKLU ets uf new teeth at VhKV LOW 1'UlUhS, will not tail to give him a call. Tnnili fi lnd in a neat anil nermancnt manner, so as to roniior them as serviceable as they were' be forotho decay commenced. All nperat.ons known to the orofesxion. carefully performed and warrant- el ent'relv taiisfactory. OKFUE No. 12, noithontrancotup stairs), Op ora House, Columbus, O. ImjhS-tt Auction and Commission Room. HUE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED L aa Auction and Commission Kooin at Io. Ill IMTown Si reel, where trior are Drenarod to do a coneral Auction and Commission business. Sales of all kind of property promptly attended to. either in city or country. Household Furniture sold every market mornirir at the room, commencing at 7 o'clock. Also, furniture repaired ana varnisnoa on me shortest notice aud most reaionable terms. - TURVKY A SIMOV, mchl-tf No. HI East Town Streot. NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK Of Columbus. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY AND GOYERXMENT FIMXCIAL AGEAT. Subscriptions received for all UNITED STATES BONDS. Government Securities of all Kinds DEALT IN, A.T BEST RATES. . WM. G. DESIILEIt, Prcst. C. O. ITarbt. Cashier. jan2-dlwGinos DANCING SCHOOL AMBOS HALL. MR. S. S. PINNEY WILL GIVE THE SECOND LESSON nf thn riAW term to his Juvenile- Class, on SATIIIIDAV MORNlNU next. ilAUCH 4m. at tiii o'olock, and in tho afternoon, at W o'clock; and then on each lucveoding Saturday, at the same hours. , TKKMn rorK uoLLAHn por quarter, in aavance. l'naitivelv no visitors admitted without tickets Nor will Pupils be admitted hereafter without tick ets . . . ..... An Evening Class tor Acini' win on lormea on MONDAYE VhMNO.MAKCHlSTH. Terms Kivo Dollars per quarter, inadvanoo. Those wishing to join said V ass Will please can at tne musio more ol Messrs. oeuzer, itokoi a uy iur luiurumiiwu. Private Lessors given at the Hall, or at private residences. , r - - ' Ma sic Furnished for Parties & Balls. . A II rt.Amrm lff &t thm Mucin Sinn nf Mam.m. Halt.. er, Dresel A Co., will be promptly attended to. Kf Pupils and Visitors will call on the under signed for tioketi of admission. inohl-dtf a. i i.'nr. i . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK - OF COLU31DU8, . rEmiANENT DEPOSITOItY ; . . i 'i AND . ., Financial Agent of the U. S. CONTINUES TO FURNISH U. 8. 1!0NDS, IOTB, ana OWier Ul'niin.ui nm.uiiura large or small amounts, as desirod. All offering are ireeirom Diaie tax., iiiuiuatvoui . 7.30 IT. 8. Treasury Note. These are a favorite investment, as interest is pay able semi annually at the rate of 1-SO percent, per annum, ana at mo .mi ni mruo jour, iruiu mmi U.WI,BIOWU.UI'l"IH IIIW ..IVUH...V.. . - - - - gold interest 5-JO Bonds, at the option of the holder. .1 . ... ............. t I ,n.A Cnunhub. t II IM, AMIL jamn-tr 11. iu. iivuijAau, vasuiur. 3. M. DENMAK, Of Coshooton.O. U. E. 8H00P, Lata Glerk Good ale liouse. BUCKEYE HOUSE, , piIOA DWATi , , Opposite State Capitol, . COLUMBUS, OHIO. DENMAN & BHOOP, Proprietors .;O0U8 ,!,. ; , ..fi AMUSEMENTS. 1 ATHENEUMJHEATER. On Thursday Evening, March 16, A. HI. GRIS WOLD, s Known as the . "FAT COIN Till K UXOTJ," Villdolivorhiscolcbrated ITumorous Lcctureupon Auioricau Antiquitios aud the Indians, entitled HUN-KI-DO-RI, At the Atheneum Theater. Doors open at 7 o'olock. Lecture begins at o'clock. . Admission COeonts. marll OPERA HOUSE. JOHN ELLSlElt, Jn........MAWAni!B A Lesskb. KVKLYN JtVANS Staor Manaokh. K1CUAHI) H. HKARY Tbkahukbr. A mammoth bill ! The eminent acres., . XtXlsBts Sallio St. Clciix-, Anil the ereat Ccmedian. 1TI II. CIIAUL.ES IIAKIIA. Miss St. Clair in t-o immenso Pieces 1 Miss St. Clair in Four great Characters I Jli s 8t. Clair in ,1.. VI'. I, I Ar.l. ll.nl Mi.. St.. Clulr in a (irai.d llroadsword Combat I Mr. Barrasas the llypocon- tjATURDAY EVENING, MARCH "Til. 1865. THE IIYI'OCJIONIIKIAO. Mr. Vertigo Morbid Mr.CHAS, DARRAS Martha Suifkins.... MiwBALLIE b''f. t'LAUt After which the Croat Military Draina of the FltDKCII SSlf. Henry St. Alme, a French Laocer, , . . Hamot, a wild Arab Jtoy, with oharaoteristie Dance, MithildoDeMorique, aFrenoh Lady, MltS " 1 jjn lit. In active preparation, the great 1.00i) Prir.e Drama nf HIH1U, the most wonderful and successful dra Batio construction of the ago. In active rehearsal, the grand soectaele of , Doors open at quarter betore 7; performance to commence at IX o'clock precjsoly. ATHENEUM. Fon omc WEEK OIVLY. coimriENC INO MONDAY, MARCH 6,1805. MAZzbjVI, TnB MAGICIAN, In conjunction with EVANS fit CO.'S GREAT GIFT SHOW! JW 100 ELEGANT AND COSTLY PRESENTS given awav overv evenimr. Admission Parquctto and Dross Cirolo, 50 oonts; Family Ciiclo, 85 cents. Doors open at 6: commooe at 7,V o'clock. Mr Matineeon. SATURDAY. Doors open at2; oommonceatttoclock. Tickets, 15 cents. . uich-d7t REOPENING OF THE CAPITAL CITY BILLIARD ROOM. THE ATTENTION OP ALL LOVEIT8 of the popular name of llillinrda is invited Jo the fact that the above plate has beon thnrounhly refitted and cleansed, and is now open toguosts. The room contains SIX SPLENDID TABLES, With PHELAN'S patent combination cushions, superior to any in the oity. THE BAR is supplied with a good assortment of LIQUOIW AND CIGAIW, and the room will be nndor the immediate super vision of the proprietor, who will use his utmost endeavors to pi. ate all who may favor him with a call. Don't Mistake the Place, OVER WAGNER'S DINING HALL, E. STATE ST. y Look foi- the "Transparency" with simply Billiard upon it. SAMUEL F. WfcST, ian2-d3iii's rmprioMir. THE EXCELSIOR BILLIARD ROOM, hjgh st., two Doors north ofneil house, Is now open to the public. THE ESTABLISHMENT IS FITTED np in superior style, the Walls and Ceiling be ing Frescoed and Painted in magnificent designs. ELEVEN , TABLES OF WINANT'S CELEBRATED MANUFACTURE, With his Exoelsior Spring Cushions, ARE SET UP IN THE ROOM. The Public, Citizens, Soldier and Strangon, are leipcciiuuj iiiyuou w THY TIIH a?ABXjl3S. T. il. ULUTTKR. decJl-tf Propriotor. SPRING GOODS! SPRING GOODS! ' AT HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO.'S. A fioo, complete, and attractive wsortment. . . , . New Goods Opened Every Day, . NOS. 250 AND 252, South High Street. feb23 l! V.:. ' Strasburgcr & Niiliii, .. -.. 03 maiden a.ane new ir, ... - X IMPORTERS OF .China, Fancy Goods, BEADS. SLATE PENCILS, &C. ' ' Invito' the' attention of buyers, offoring theni th largest assortment ai me moev rvawuavi yiwve, feba-dSmos ', NOT10F.I " To Let, "Tor Sale," Lo, "WanU," "Fon ad "lloardinir" Ac., not exceedliiff alx Unci, publlaUed In tHIa column for 3 conta each Inacrtlon. T;vit A-DESIUABLE PIIOPF.H- X? TY uusinees Kooms ad Residences, at No. 238 North Hiirh street, Columbus, Onio. Applj to J. J K K K K KSOW , on the premises. , nichll-dlw 1MIANKMNTOW SUPPKK-AT TIIK Court Hdun. TUKDAY EVENJMJ.MARCH the 14TB, the ladies of Franklinton will have a Sup per for the benefit of tho hcayy draft now upon hand. Let every one rnakn it their duty to attend and patronise them liberally. Musie will be in at tendance, and those wishing to enjoy a good danco ean participate. ... - , ; nohll-dt ATED A BLACKSITIITH AND Tn experienced workmen good wages will be rjaid. Ape' - immediately to wm Depaiu. Pr nAVlEN:ro., mchl0-2t Corner State and Front sti ceta. WANTKD A HOUsE IN THBVIfllN Hy of Oay streot, fer which therei.t will bo paid six months or a year In advanoe. Inrnire at this office. mclB-dU BOAKDING.-A FEW DAY BO AUD ers wanted at 108 East Rich street, fehs-dtf SPECIAL NOTICED A Uecclpefor tho Cure of Fever Ague. Banooh, Van Hi ron Co., Mich., Bopt. 9, 'M. Dr. C. W. Boback Sir: Your Blood Purifier and Pills sell better here than any other medicine could keep. Thoy are just the medicine for tho people, peculiarly adapted for the enreof Fever and Ague, but the people use them as a general medt oine. To break an attack of the Ague take a tablespoon full of the Blood Purifier every hour, and then clcanso tho stomach and bowels well with your Pills and in three days tho complaint will be removed and a permanent curt effected. ' .' : All who try this treatment before applying to physician will be saved much cost and suffering. Yours truly, .. . A. B. Taft. febl3-dtwlmo ' A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, while residing in South America at a missionary, discovered a safoand simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Deo iy, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by banelul and vicious habits. Great numbers have been al ready cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I w ill send the recipe for preparing and using this ma -cino, in a sealed envelope, to any one who need We of Charge, Plcaso inclose a stamped envelope, addrosse yourself. Addrett 1 JOSEPH T. INMAN. Station D.Biblr Houaa eptO'M-dly Now York City. MANHOOD: How Lost! How Eestoredl Jutt pvbliehed.in a tealed envelop. Price, fix eehtr, A LECTURE ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual DeMli ty, and imicdimonts to Marrisgo generally; Ner vousness. Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Men tal and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ao. Hy Robt. .1. Culvsrwell, M. D., au thor ot the "6rr .Boo," Ao. "A Boon to Thousnnds of Sufferers.' Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any cd dress, poet paid, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by DR. J. C. KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York, Poitofflce box 4,586. jnnl9-is3md.tw . ' COLGATE'S IIOIVEY SQAP. Tliis celebrated Toilet Sonp, in such univer sal demand, is madarom thecholceat materials, is mild and emollient in its nature, fra trrantly accntcd, acd extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggist and Fancy Goods Dealers. jan30'65-diwly , DISEASES OF THE NEHVOTIS.SEITII 1AL, VHIHAHV dc SEXUAL. SVS TEMS new and reliable treatment in Reports o the HOWARD ASSOCIATION-Sent Br mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of oharge. Address DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa tion, No. 3 Soath Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. march wst-rtt i yap RHEUMATISM. NO DISEASE IS SO CERTAIN OF ( UKK , by BRANDRETH'S FILLS as this. They soon take out of the blood the particular Virus upon which all the pain depends, and the patient Is cured. Mr. T. M. Adams, 808 Twelfth street, New York suffered with Rheumatism for a long poriod. Ha was attended by able physicians, but their prescrip tions wero of no avail; he was unable to move with out assistance, and for four months was almost en tiroly oonfined to his bed. At this period of hi sickness, when hope had Sod, and he expeoiod to a eripple for the remainder of bis life, he was tea ominended to use ' ' BRANDRETH'S PILLS. The first box evidently made him Wler; the im provement was more decided from the second box, and by the time he had used eighteen boxes, he wal entirely cured of Rheumatism, and the ttrengtta and suppleness of bis limbs were restored. It is now over a year that this oure has been effee led, and be has had no return, but continues in the enjoyment of perfect health. May th, 1861. Sold bj J0H3 R. COOK, High street, Columbus, Ohio, an.l by all respectable dealers inmodicines. oot-nawnn NEW PERFUME i FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. A Moat Eiaoll. Mcnle anAFra cranl , Perfume, DiatHled front Ihe ( Hare and Benaliful Flower from ' which it tnkra ita name. ' " ' Manufactured only by PIIAEOIf & SO It. : , ,:; X lF Beware of Counterfeits. ii , , Atle for Phalnn'sTake no otliert , : , Bold by druggists generally. --ii ; '-4 ' declt-diiwSmls T-rnr- FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK COXsT73VC33TTS. DESIGNATED DEPOSITOHY AND FINANCIAL ACENT ,. , , . Of the Unitod States. .ill Recclvea Snltacrlptlona for the 7 310 Ioan. () ' t ; ' Buys and Sells all kinds of . , , , 'j , GOVERNMENT BONDS And Disoount and wakes advances on approTed Touchor.onfavorablejrn.,HijTc-Esoif;, ' janS! '1 ' Oaahierl R ENT'S IIUPEBIAL DHESS sniHTS JT at greatly reduced prices. A full stock of th ahoveeelebratBdShirUinallsiiesand qualitieaoon stantly for sale. Uont s superior Linen and Paper 0uU."!'gfw ri c iv ( i ' BAIN tc HON. maroblO I. os . j w a oouui Uiga street.