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ThflliiQ .SUte$tn Company.
COlAlMtotlS.' OHIO I
TTff&AY toQEyiyo, ifc APRIL
The City Ticket—The Result.
-Th Jollowtof to Cha' result fthe dec
Inn vMtorriaT nn the CltT Ticket: . (J
II I 10 i! Mi'
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Ftwhea. I.. ........
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- -'"to uj; CITY IOUCITOR,; ;v ,' i
l'-St 111) ' I -''.. ..' '
-Soar of the Wardi tailed to eount out
the Township Ticket last night..' This o-
eounti for .the fact, that we have no results
fiomthem uto Townablp oOlcen. , ...
Richmond Ours at Last!
Tlnally, Klehmond hu fallen Into our
poesessloa. To obtain posseaglon of this
cityjiaa eoet ui Immensely in life and treas
ure; and, perhaps,; at no previous period
was the lighting more severe than on Fri
daySaturday and Sunday.. . At present we
can not form anything like an approximate
estimate of the loss ot life to either army.
Undoubtedly, It has been Immense, and
must aue deep gloom, to fall upon the
country, after the Joy occasioned by the suc
cess of our arms shall subside. Gen.GiUKT
estimates the number of prisoners he has
taken in .the late movement to which we
re indebted for Richmond, at probably
12,000, and the number of guns at 60.
Viewed 'from! a military stand point,
Grist's success baa been grand; and if
President Lincoln shall now show as much
statesmanship as Grant has shown Gen
eralship, the War may he said to be at an
end. It can sot be otherwise than that this
victory, will fasten the conviction in the
minds of the Southern people, that it is
useless for them to protract their resistance
with a hope of achieving the independence
of the so-called Southern Confederacy. In
the very nature of things, it must cause a
heavy despondency to settle down on them,
and predispose them to entertain reasonable
proposals of reconciliation. They are now in
that frame of mind which will enable Pres
ident Libcoui to bring to the country the
blessings Of Peace, if he shall issue a Pro
el lunation distinctly proffering generous
terms to those who have taken up arms
gainst the Government 11 they will throw
down their arms and return to their duty
as members of the Union. . . ,
Tliere is not a particle ol need for more
battles for more slaughterings and the
'consequent squandering of Tnoney.l'Tbe
prompt exercise of a wise statesmanship
will render It unnecessary. JU, however,
the President shall accept lor, bis rule of
action, the vindictive utterances or the in
tensely fanatical and intolerant In his par
ty, the work of slaughtering is likely to be
continued, yet compelling thousands more
to offer up their ljves needlessly on the bat
tle field. ..Under such circumstances, the
am of human misery must he yet further
increased, and the public indebtedness in
creased to a further extent. We hope that
President, Lacour will 'not return to
Washington until the people have been as
sured that this unnatural and exhaustive
War IS at an end. ' ' ; 1 ' '
"A Cheap and Nasty Peace."
The Ohio State Journal is exceedingly ap
prehensive that there may be a "a cheap
and nasty Peace " patched up. It is very
singular that any Peace that will give per-,
tnanent tranquility to the country should
be considered a-u nasty Peace," end it is al
so very singular that if Peace were con
cluded now, alter the War has been three
years and nine months longer than it was
In the outset proclaimed it would last, that
it should be denominated a cheap Peace."
Go wk; the poor W&r widow, who has lost
her. husband ta-. the, War, whether such a
Peace would be a." cheap Peace.".. Go ask
the wife and the poor children of the man
who Is serving; a private In the army
whether a Peace that will bring borne to
them the absent loved one would be "a
nasty Peace." Go ask the man who is tax
ed heavily ior,rWar pui?ose,' whether be
would consider peace "cheap" , that
would arrest 'the further increase of his
taxes. ' It Is not true that the people will
regard Peace, If. It shall now be restored
through the exercise of humanity and gen
rosltyby President Lwcour as "a cheap
add nasty Peace I" but they will rain down
on his head a very deluge of blessings tor it
"A Cheap and Nasty Peace." Mr. H. H. Barney.
Tfe ClrdeviU Democrat notices the annu
el examination of the classes in the Union
School of that place, and adds:
.The Union School la now . In more pros
perous condition than ever before, which is
owing to the able management ot Mr. H.
IL Barney, the efficient and - popular Su
perintendents Mr. Barney stands1 at - the
loul a( hU Mvfeesidn. and we do not think
there is soother school in the State that has
more profound scholar and accomplished
,.MI I, I '.'i I I III I ' I K ,),.'
mr lTrsTni Davis, In his1 'speech in
tee House at vrasnincion on wio su imbuiu
gave two concise dennltions of s military
court, which we append: ' '",'r, ' ,
"It Is not a court at all, but an unlawful
combination of trespassers, usurping the
functions of a court, giuuf of crime, ana
art exercising an v authority. A
military commission of officers too worth
for field service, ordered to tryj and or-
runlxcdto eonvVt.- ' ' "
rrotu tbeo doflnltlons of them by a
"loral" 21. must we not conclnde that;
inpialti tnns, military courts are simply
" itians a cmbled at the order of the
1 j at for tUe enforcement of lynoh
u w v. i - "., 111, . I1 . '
"". ' -,l;,vn mi
Fokwich TowwslUl," Franklin countyt
give 4' Democratlo inajprity , jrestefdAy of
"A Cheap and Nasty Peace." Mr. H. H. Barney. The Election Yesterday.
hrnlnwlnir are the election results in
Vhe several Wards of the CTty of Columbus
and la Montgomery Township:
; Si t Mayor. ::
Jmf (J. Ball. Dmoerkt. ..;... k.
0. If. L. Batlar, BapabliMii. . .
Kdmud Darls, Dam
Um tiUptawu, Kp
CU i Solicitor.
H. J. writ, vwn
U. U. CoUiu. Rp
X. MX1MT, Ilia. . u,t,.a.uuwi;".(
f tUWIWI, ttt ..... A
B. B. Tajrlor. Rp.
1 TowittKip TrutUn.
Okbcial D mer, Da.l. .
Wm. Marion, Bsp...
Jompb ADM) Kap...i. ...... ........ .!".
duo V. Uanw, Bp
Jobs M.. Kep
Oaorn P; SobiU.Da..... '..
t j : r. . ( - i ' 0oiutabki. '- "i"
John Brown, Dam.'.
yhrii. BartliM. Dm.....
. P. Bamrny. Dam
0. R. Stephani, Rap
JohaNelua, R.r.. ..... -..-vf'
0. R. Bnka. Rap
j SKCOHDWAKD. '
BuU..M.?A.': .V; BoUar A . . .. .....
,r- P. ei.it ',..; i. .XviM.. ,,. .
Dt1i M Btepbans
WjlU SS Con.,.J'i'v.,
Councilman. , ;
Latbar DonsIdioB, Bap.M . .... .. . . ,
!.(' " i i Aeor.
John Thomas. Rap. ........ ; ...'.! I. .A .
- Tovmhip Tnuteeti
Gkji..... S Marion..
... Townihip Clerk., ,
.... i..-.o BUm
THIRD WARD, .
... tl Collins..
Theo. Conutook, Rep . ...........
' t f ..- r Assessor, ';.
Samuel Oulkk.Dem. 1M John Gabriel. Rep.
Tovmhip Trustees. . ...
........ 87 Marion
, BS A mot
, .84 Hanea.......
; Township Clerk.
',. 87 Hejl.. .............
. r s
. . . MS
" Cto6Ie;" .
......... "87 Stephens.'..1.
VOUBTH WARD.. , ,
Mayor. . : i
, 850 Butler
Marshal. ' :
839 8tepbeni.. 184
t SoUcitor. ' -
Wrlia.... .......... S4S Oollina....u
A. C. Beadle, Dem. 823 Eb.Bareni.Rep...
; ka w.i Assessor.
G. W. Watson, Dem JobnHarer.Bep..
i , , . r Tovmhip Trustees. . , , .
OiTr.. ...... Merl
jj lamer .
'. ' Constables . j,
. Stephens ..
FIFTH WARD.. T,
' Mstyor. ' -
... SZ3 Butler...
... 90S Stephens
. Solicitor. , . .
... 317 Collins
...388 Fleteher. Rev
J. Reinhard, Dem
B. Stannnf, Dem 331 Rickenbaehar, Rep..
-,: . Assessor. .- ; ....
Henry Meiser, Dem
Garer I84 Morion
........ 331 Heyl.....:.
l Township Treasurer.
.,...'. 4S Bliss.......
. Constables. j
348 Brake ....
. Mayor. ..
I ;. Solicitor.
......... 970 Collins...
Kewton Gibbons. Dem
;;n ; V ; Assessor '..
Peter Johnson, Dem
, ,.; . rotms3Vieees. .',7
Oarer......... 377 Marion......
Moober .... 3T7 Amoa......
Diemer.... ... ........ ; 37S Maofls.u..
,'; ;: Tovmhip Clerk. ; :
Albery. .......... 380 Heyl. .....v..
i I '. I Tovmhip Treasurer.' ;
BobroQ..; ....... 3T7 Bliss.
1 !'y;,;:' :svWfrjii.k
', '', t.- .; : 'j Mayor,
Bull. ."". 9St. , Batter ...
,. . . . ' Marshal.
Darls.. HS Stephens.
1 i.i r:,i .i Solicitor
Wrlin............ .981 - Collins ...m,... ... 191
Wm. L. Boas. Dem 968 , G.,Sptt. Re,w,. W
.- ;.! ' ilsseator. ' ,-.,( i,a
Daniel Stamp, Den..!A John Jones, aVaa....u.
! " Township Trustees.'
Garter ...... o
; Moobwy ...... Amos......,,. .....
Diemer..,. ii'.if ;.... Hnes....rt. ...
i ' '.Nhi rotonsWp Clerk, ') ', , , ; ,j .
j eeetV Htliyl eieiee est
TMa(aata)9l t 1reMTMseave !'! fr I
.. , , , A,-,.,. ;i. , ( (l(
SohfOll av'ee I llMa.eaeteeea'f
id .: wasawtos.- ..! ,;i i.r.7ir.: i
Frown Stephens ....
ammy . ..... -' Brake.......!.,.,.,...,.,
, I .H1 ,i,t. numi WAarAl ; "-'!
Roll. 911 BuUer 94
: ' ; Marshal.';'
Ttaa.wiaTo..' i-Jv.ikl ..h 811 Stephens.... 971
....... :, , Solicitor.' " -"" A
WUe ............... JUT; CoUins.v.. .......... 94
CouncOmatu V'";' r';1.:;'..!
E. B. Amstroaf,D.. sat B. f . Booth, S
0. Glbbard, it., V.. . 800 Thoa. Walker. Rep..
v Tovmhip Trustees. V!
V......,; 600 Marion. -I.,;
..... 000 Amia.
...C. tOO lllUIM.........
ouo Bliss..... TT....
MIKTU WARD. I J ( TO
BaUMswwt.vr USr Buiiar wn.MMit. .100
Vylie 1SS Collins 100
8. W. Andrews. Dam 11A.. GJV.Dcutr. Bap . . US
t . c --Assessor.
Dan. Sulliran. Dem. leT.Jaoob Bojwell. Rep. U
r r f i
Toumhip Clerk. z t
J. a . 138 Hejl. X. .W. .
SchroU.,.,...:... JS4. Blfts..7.i.t.-, oi
i " '' Constables.
Brown 12B Stephens 1
Bartlini 131 Helton
Kemntf. .a.:, .-. , . .a 133 1 Brake-. . . . .
Garer 88 Merlon
Moobery ..... 80 Amos.
Diemer 87 Banes.
t - Clerk.
j i 1 1. Treasurer.
SohroU.'.'."..':.'..'. ...... 88 Bliss.
j ... Constables.
Brown.1.--.'.:;.?..'.'.?. 89 ' StaphenS. .'.1. .S .
Bartling......i...i. 8S Nelsoa-,.
Rammy.... .... 85 Brake ...... .w
r "in?j ' '. 'sseator.i ti- -
j,B.Eaxhart,Dem.. 89 Sam Crosby, Rep..
For Consideration of the Intense
f The following from Forney's Press of the
30th ot March we commend to the consider
ation of that class of men who want no ef
fort made, by the exercise of wise states
manship to restore Peace. The Press has
given to the War and to the measures of
the Administration as effective support as
any journal in the country:
The comments of some of the newsDSDers
upon the suggestions ol J he sveu X ork l rt
bune. and other Union journals, on the ques
tion of peace, are very Curious. The rabid
anti-war writers, who have always steadily
insisted that Greeley was "for war to the
knife, and the knife to the hilt," now de
nounce him as insincere when be is giving
the whole weizht oi his character to the
good work. On the other hand, some of
those who once hailed bim and his paper as
entitled to salntshtp and canonization now
upbraid him as false to his party (!), or to
what is thetr iaea oi orinouoxy. me anti
war commentators, professing to be the ex
clusive Peace party, are not willing that
anybody should advocate peace Dut tnem-
seives; ana tne newspaper ure-eaiers
are ready to crucify every- Union man
who is not wlllinsr - to yell "Hay.
ocl" and keep the dogs of war forever
On the scent.- The angry gentlemen in the
last .category should so and taiK tourant
and Hhprman before abusinsr every Doav
who , thinks President Lincoln's efforts at
reconciliation and his oners of amnesty en.
titled to all honor and worthy oi repetition
on all occasions. We think they would find
that the fighting Generals of the Union
army, even as they strike at the rebellion,
wish God speed to the President's policy.
It is notorious that both these great chleis
frequently express, and nave repeatedly
published, their commiseration of the suf
ferings of the Southern people : and this
while proclaiming their scorn and indigna
tion at the conduct of the leaders. Indeed,
the men who have given the hardest blows
at these leaders have spoken the kindest
words for the betrayed masses of the South.
We" submit that it would hot be a bad In
vestment if the War men who don't fight
would borrow a little wisdom , from such
Peace men as Grant and Sherman, the men
who do fight. f- r . . - . - , j , ,.
Narrow Escape of Queen Victoria.
On Sunday last says The Court Journal,
Her Majesty bad a most miraculous escape
from being crushed to death by the falling
of a huge elm tree in the Home Park. Her
Majesty was taxing an airing on Der favor
ite little Scotch pony, and proceeding
through the tail avenue of elms at Windsor
known as Queen Elizabeth's ride, the pony
being led by a gillie, and a groom following
at a short distance when fortunately ana
providentially, the servant observed one of
the large trees falling immediately over
Her Majesty. The groom called out loud-
v, and Her majesty, made aware oi the
anger bv the timely alarm, escaped being
crushed beneath- the tree by a few yards
Disreputable and Infamous, if
It is reported from Savannah-by a corres
pondent ot The Boston Courier, who says he
was present ana says ne is personally cog
nizant of the facts, that, the Grey Hound
with the donations of food irom Boston to
the suffering- poor of Savannah, -carried to
that city but one-sixth ot her cargo for free
distribution, and that the balance of five
sixths of her cargo was for sale on account
of the owners of the ship and certain Boston
merchants.;' The sale ot this portion realiz
ed a handsome profit to the owners, who
thus took advantage of getting their goods
a Southern' market without let or hindrance,'
unoer .we -prexexi oi cnancy and sympathy.
A "LOTAt" gentleman, writing lrom New
Orleans to The Boston Traveller, thus speaks
oi ine liouisiana legislature :
'i or several months they have been sit
ting here, but have accomplished almost
nothings It is really amusing to read the
insinuations that are continually thrown
out by the city press in regard to the private
and publja character ot that august body.
(jomDiaut nas oeen made that it was on-
ncuit to oDtain a quorum, and tne sergeaut-
fet.iml nrtnlfl tint: rlnit f.ha mamHara "
The Legislature iscomnosed of New Eng.
land philanthropists anci converted seces
Blonlsts." In all the corruption of the coun
try there is none which reaches deeper and
is more snameiess tnan tnac wnicn prevails
In the administration or attain in juouisiana.
The example, of Butler, has been closely
followed, and officials have regarded their
offices in that State as merely sanctions of
license and, opportunities for, plunder
C'Wfoflo 2net.k. iVMi i iiuiiy 'i
Tth rt6M OyKB-EATiifdii-A' colored
man. named Simmons, died in this city, last
week, from over-eating. Ha i had been, .8
prisoner in the South, and on getting into
aland of plenty was imprudent' in eating
anoj thus lost his im-OMUcotne Advertiser.
At MeehenfelTm'). Iowa. MaraVXS. 1SSS. of hem
morrhaireof thalain, Tbomir M. Aldsr, Uteef
the arm of Alder tug-gins, of tnts eity.
At the- Town H treat House in this eitr. on Mon
day morning, April!. Mr. Uosbkt DCWC a. t
,Tbe fuoeral serrloes will take place at the First
Presbyterian, eburch, this (Tuesday) morning," at
balf-past ten o'clock. Friends and acquaintances
are invited to attend.' ; ' "nl JUT. or
; The numbers of Maanolia Was No. 89. are notl
fled to meet at their Hall, proOrpUy at 9 o'clock this
(Tuesday) morning, for the purpose pf attending- the
funeral of Bi. Bonaar Duhoam.- u ..-' - if
Members of Columbus fdge aad ether Masons in
good standing are invited to join with nt.
F. N. V. SPRICE, W. M.
: Deairea a. Situation-)
ATOUNO MAN WTO HAH HAD MUCH
perienee in the East as a .Book-keeper and
aleaman, deeires a situation in a (try
shoe more ore itrocery, ; Ha will jrWethevery beitiot'l
refereooes, if desired. 'Call at 56. 8S8 South High
treat. ' u V apr-dtl
Spring and Su'pimer Millinery
trespeotfuW inform' nil eld pnrona i
friends, and all others, that he has received bis
-TSphng and Summer Sloek of
, 8j MILLINERYr GOODS, p;,;j
Which are now open for the in- petition of the publio,
naer ueeupervuiou w.r , r
of Mew York. .CIT! '.) .SI"
j Mr. Ware la In constant receipt of the latest styles.
Suitable for the season. rj r,..! .
SUke, IMbbone, Flowere.
Lacea, Huachea( - -
And vailousother trimmings and' materials o
Bonnets, Cbtldrena Hate, -
t afn ,tyies. s -tt s f "V
I To all of whlh he sblioiu the attenUoa of the la
dies of the city and oountry milliners,
t..... . N.238Sonth Hlah Street.
aprs-dfit't i Columbus. Ohio."1'
.4 . II
!. J ui (-)
im raicas or
Calicoes to SO ots..
Muslins to fiO otm.
! DRESS GOO DS, '
All DOWN I DQWN1 DOWN!
KeV SPRING CtOAKS, ::
i -i i- , i .i . '.- ; - . .
I VEBT CHEAPl
And cut in the prevailing' styles of the present
I sjason, at
jtrilXS, SCHEBMEIIIiOHN tc CO.,
183 8ontb nigh St., mion Black.
BpM-dly ; ' -
DRY GOO D S
. : :5. : l '. o : : r .
Are offering their entire and attractive Stock of
. . , , Ooods, at the ;
Present Market Value!
Our Cnitomert and the Pnblio will find eTerjthing,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC,
OFFERED BY ANY OTHER HOUSE,
N0S.-250 AND 22,
South ' High
T1TE PKOPBIETOIt OFFERS FOR
. the Spring of 106. a large and weU asserted
(took of. w . i... - ... ,. ...
Standard Apple, ' .
t .'JPeStrr -.!(.),r .lis . in;. :
I-.., t VV- ' CnarrrTraeia,
Kany of extra sise, and of the most reliable and ap
proved varieties. ,' ,k..
Dwarf Apple, M ;'
j . cherry staot 1
These are especially suited for Gardens and those
who do not like to wait long for trees to bear. Many
are now set with Fruit Buds, and most will bear
tbo next seat after planting. - j i f
Of SO tjl old and Sew approved varieties,
i v f
' Adlrondac, t , , . ; . , j
, ' Crerellna;, 'l;'-1 '" ''''
n pelaware, r ,i tr-l -h.'J -fV. ii
:' " " nancarl.- : i .-it v.i!i
" i .
.... t ;. I BasTra,- ,v i
I T.vp Ana whn hiu anrden ibonld nlant Sn abutf.
dance of .Currants,, Gooseberries Baspbeniee,
Blaokberries, and Strawberries. We bare all the
j new, laa, large varietirs. . yJ
! For streets, Parks, and the Door Yard, and new and
Tmw TT w-wiam As' iwr justwiia guiu xsviuvwij aww
FronVorie lo ten feet blsh, prepared for tnoeessful
transplanting, bv repeated mowing, in me nursery.
U.rA. Flnwarlnr Hhrubi and Plants. Insludina
the best varieties of Boaes, the finest .Spinels, Hjf
I 'a.Min.iATfiinrord A Bro. J Pronrietor
Deferiptive(Jatioitueof Fruits, Ae., and Spring
CaUlosue of Bedding Plants, ke.t now ready and
can be bad oa application "" i" tmcrwi-oaww ...
D. S. 7-30 LOAN!
e the -tfeeretare of the Treasiry.,
th jludrsiKned i as axsnmed the General ftubsorrp.
tlon Asenoy for the salo pt United' States Treasury
Notes, bearing seven and throe-tenths Pf r Went. ln
i - . u . j ,.. ,.l V-- ' .'
terest per annum, known as" the V-r X
These Notes a-eisnued under date of AusuatlSth
iwrand are payable tin
aurre neyf or are ,9nvribl aL the option of the
fiomerlnto O J i 1 if! LlklUJ
IT s7 5-20 Six frfCeiif
I VThMehondwe nowworthprenim of jijijeper
inakoi the actua) profit on the 7-30 loan, at current
rates.lnoluiling interest, about ten por cent peran
numbesidai iU temil?nfromftitttand MunMp.
at taxation, which addtjrom on to thrtt per cent.
am, aeoardipg tpthf rata, levied oa other property.
The interest is payable semi-annually by coupons
'attached f6 aohifoti, which may be est off and sold
to any bank or't
( The interest auiounts to i.
.One cent per day on a tdO note.
, .. .
Notes of i all the denominations .named, will be
promptly furnished upon receipt of subscription.-?-Tbisls
now offered by the Qovemment, and it Is confident
ly expected thai lis superior advantages will make
i .. rGREAi.POPUUR irANrpFHE PEOPLE. .
Less than S209,009,oo remain unsold, which will
probably be disposed of within the next SO or 90 days,
when the notes will undoubtedly command a premi
um, as las uniformly been the ease on dosing the
subscriptions toother Loans.
In order that oitiiens of every town and section of
the oountry may be afforded fao'lities for taking the
loan, the National fianks, State Banks, and Private
Bankers throughout the oountry have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers
will seleet their own agents, in whom they have con
fidence, and who only are to be responsible for the
delivery of the notes for which they receive orders,
SrasCBimoit Aoint, Philadelphia.
i SrBsoairriONS will bb bbobivid by the .
First National Bank of Columbus. ..
Franklin NaVnU r. "(
National Exchange Bank t !
1 ' . 1. ri ' -
Will cure Catarrh.
Will cure cold Id the bend.
Will cure an oflcnatTe breath.
; " Will care pain In the head.,.
Will cure ulceration In the nose.
Will restore the sense of hearing.
Will restore the sense of smell. .
Will restore the sense of sight.
Will restore the Sense of taste. 'j.
Will restore the roice.
WHEN CAUSED BY CATARRH,
Catarrh SUnll an Injury,.
As is now admitted by all Informed, causing Irrita
tion and inflammation of the unoous mem-
. .. brane. while tne ...
Liquid Catarrh Remedy
Uently and gradually removes all unnatural incrui-
Utions and uepoiiMreslonsgf (He- aiaasa4lT
, . membrane to its normal oomlition. :r, , 1.
...-..'' . t'.:"i n s;..iJ io m
' Ol . t . I . . - . ......
A sin arte Ilottle -will laiat a monthr-
; to be uttcu three ttinsn du (,-,,
W CURE :; WARRANTED!
IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLIiOVyED. 7.', .
tir CALL FOB A - CIECTJLAB OSSCBIBIlfO
ALL BYMPT0M8. ' : . ;.
IR. ,I. II. 8EKL1E& CO.i ,
... Bols PaonuiToas, Chicago, Illinois.
tar Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois.,. t 'v..-.
.... ' ,v. AtWnolM,le by -.J"'.ii .
JOIXX . I'AHU, Cincinnati, O.,
WholesaJe'Agent for Ohio. ,.. '; . -
At Retail in Columbus by i
ir tj inHDUiunv a c DlunfT
0. ROBERTS, TBKALL ft 11ENIIAM, 8CHUEL
LElt A CO., and for sale by
PBOFFBIII HIS B?BOFESSIONAt,
aervipes to the community of Columbus and
vicinity, and nas hopes that any who may want
NICE. LIKE-LIKE and DU8ABLB Mta if new
teeth at-VE it Y LOW, P&ICES, will not fail to give
him aoall. . ;A . . . ,
Teeth fillod in a neat ani permanent manner, so
as to render them as serviooablo a they were De
Core the deoay eommenoed. All . operations known
to the profession, carefully performed aud warrant
ed entirely satisfactory. '
7 OFFICE No. 1J, north entranoe (up stairs). Op.
era House, Columbus, 0. ,. i ..i ,. mch-tf,..
I'. .' !' I
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s-IAinB TO ltl
PHEini!ES Olf THE
J 30th of March, a black HARE COLT, about
three years old-.The owner is requested to eome
forward, prove property, pay charter), and take her
aprt-dlt W a . I iBmi Leonard's Briok Yard.
. Merchants Tailoring.-;
,C. . . J. J- i. .V 't.- V.''W W V . v tr i
G' aiIL I HOSE tc ilEEIfl, NoitTli
east corner of Hivh aod Town streets, for your
Clothing, where you can got good fits, good quality
Of KHmit. ana u vera utv jnw, t 6.
, iebat-tilUanT.' ' :: ' .,
nozF.w si'Prnion eon yds
laVvU .Spofil Cotton Tbresd reduced to Sceqts
a spool, pr M cents per deaeB-rreetly under valna.
tashiZ'J wos. as to i hoata uiga nut est.
T..l.UlnknitR A Lbrski.
J()im RLLBLKR. Ja.r
. .L .bTAOB M ANSOKB.
RIUUAUD H. OKARYrrt4.i
i GitiA,f success i
Th'o PscBie'afinWrer I ir .1
v The' eeople'S.I.awTer!
Everybody must see it.
First night of the beaut iful new drama oalled the
This TUESDAY EVKNINQ, APRIL 4th, lfl5.
Will be presented an intensely interesting speotaou
l&r rlmma. in three actjr. aallad the
Tti3 Saeetrs . Canabfer.'; T
w. fc.r iv... . v . .. ..... .
The nerformance will conclude with the Immensely
succesalul drama of the
! . PEOPLE'S LAWYER.
Solon 8hiDle...4,;.:.. MR. JAMESLHTWI3,
In' active rehoarsa, the grand spectacle of
CAPITAL -CITY BILLIARDoROOMi
ATTENTION OF ALL LOVERS
X nf the Domilju nmeof 111
the popular game of liilliards is invited to
the fact that the above Dlace nas been thoroughly
refitted and cleansed, and is now open to guests.
Ine room ooutains
SIX. SPLENDID TABLES,
J ' .n " !.!: .ia'. 1,1 With,-" -.
PHELAN'S PATENT C0H1BINATI0H CUSHIONS,
superior to any in the city, '. TUB BAR Is supplied
W.UU a good assortment pt . .. . .
and Uiatonm.wiU be under the Immediate super
vision of the proprietor, who will use his utmost
endeavors to pit ase all who my favor him with a
call. ..... ,... . ... ...... . ...., . j(J ...
; Don't Mistake the Place,
OVER WAGNER'S DINING HALL, L STATE ST.
sar. Look for the "Transparency" with simply
BUUardt upon it.
I Mayor's Proclamation.
miiE OI7ALIFIED ELECTORS OF
A the City of Columbus are hereby notified that
an eieouon will oe neia in ins oau Trarae oi iu
city, to-witi the 1st, 3d, 6th, 7th and Sth.at the usual
places of holding elections in saia w eras, on
ITIonday, the lOlh day of April
next, for the purpose of electing one Pohool Direc
tor in each of eaid Wards to serve as Members f
the Hoard or Education or Uolumhus.
Pnlli nnen at 8 A. M.. and oloaed at 8 P. M.
Given under my hand snd the seal of the
8KAL.J City of Columbus, the 29th day of Maroh,
(Jpnmal and Westbote copy.
To All Whom it May Concern!
1TTB. Till' RVTHCnIRERS. WILL
i VY sell our TWO YtfUWli STALLIONS
one, T 0 U N U UEFI AN CE, I years old, and the oth
er, 0KMANDi',4 years oW; and also two young
Nortnan Mares, well matched, work well together.
Alno, tbe FOUR MILK HOUSE, situated at Camp
Chaee, on the National toad. 4 miles west of Co
lumbus, toiether with Furniture, Bedding, and
accouterments pertaining thereto, for eaih, on fair
terms. All or any part of the above lor sale. Call
,on the subaoribers on tbe premises, ,
,tnoh35-wd , lilQKLOW A MARTIN.
Still Greater Reductions
IN THE PRICES OF :,!
; f 1 1 If
BAIN & SON,
Noa. S3 to 29 8011th High1 Street,
A BE NOW OFFEBI1VOIAT GREATLY
. reduced prices, their immonte and very desira
blestookof. -j .... i j,;.
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
. i ' to correspond with thi preaent decline la
G OLD AND COXToiv.
Calicoes Beduced.1 'u" ' :,. ;
Muelins Keduced. . ... )... , . ( ' ,,
bhirtings Reduced.. , ., ..,
i)e Laiuea Reduced.
i. Dreu Goods Reduced.
. ltelmnral HIiirtA Reduced'.
' Housekeeping unods Reduced
. . . I 1 D I I .
Tnn.T aui i.iuoiie iwisum, , 7 -t
Cloths A CaaiLmares Reduced.
Shawls A Mantles Reduced.
.Jilackpxass Silks Reduced, Ac, Ac. ,
atcbar . ... ' '
OIL AND T MINERAL nUND
Organized under the Lawa of Ohio, Karon 6, 18C5.
. r! ... r . i. n
SHARES, $50 EACH.
JOHN LV0N9. of New York City.
FELIX BICHADS.of New York City,
-C. J. B. SMITH. Philadelphia, Pa,.j r trlVi
THOMAS BllaiEKT, Cincinnati, 0.
THIS COMPANY WAS ORGANIZED FOR
the purpose of ' purchasing Oil and Mineral
Lands, Leases, Interests in Lands, Leases, Wells,
and organised Companies. t.
anewing tnat tbere are many persons who nave
purchased more lands, or taken more Leases than
they can fully and properly develop, and who would
be willing that a One pany would purchase a portion
for the -purpose of developing tbe earns, end thereby
enhance the value of the remainder of their lands.
This Company proposes to take such Interests and
Lands on fair and reasonable terms, and comply with
any agreement thojr. may. make as to the develirp
nients of territory, ' - r :' .- -- s-
The books are open tot subscription at ' the office
of tbe Company, No. 8, West Third street, Cincin
nati, 0. THOMAS KUSSERT.
mch 104m Secretary and Treasury.
1 . . '
The Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Warn
ing and Instruction for Yonng Men.' Also, aew and
reliable treatment for Diseases of the Urinary and
Bexnal gyiUw.rlB'entr .free,' in sealed envelopes.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOlOHTON. Howard
Association, Philadelphia. Pa.-' . . , . , apr 4'66-ly .,,
BeipoTed, iOTO lila Old Office. .
DrI' A.' B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, near
Highstreet, Columbus, Ohio, has .devoted himself
fot a series oCjean to the treatment, of certain Pri
vate diseases. He may be consulted at his office
Broewav.aear the Exchange Bank.
COLiOATITS HONEY SOAP.
Thtl"oelbHted Tails) t Baaptlnsnck aniverr
Sal demand, Is made from the chaloeet materiala,
ii mild and emollient in Its nature, Ira
(rantly acantea, aod extremely benef Ida
in it action upon th skin. For sale by all Druggist
and Fancy Goods Dealer.'" '' ' 'janSO'BMAwly w
D HEAVEN or TME NERVOI7V.SB1VI1
NAL, CH1MAUY Ar. SEXUAL ava
TEMH new and reliable treatment in Report c
the HOWAKli AULilATiUn-ent by mail in
aealed letter enveli
free of eharae.
Uon.No. Hoath Ninth street, PkiladelpUa, p.
aaaroaw -awiysp U1 u; c i i
8ale, Iyat,H V.j.1 r,' ".tonndj
IIoeirdina;, Ac, net exaseeUbtr,
llpea, publlahad In this) eclnania
?ft fonts ftU luserUsn.! -j 'A
,., r i ; 1 . it' .i .
VITANTEin-ATMT J'IILI.s'W FHS RK'
T linton, lu.ooo buahels of merchantable Wheat
WniCIl 1 Wllt.pay Uie nigaeov iurt. priny.
n. b31-44t... r Z. , s S B. RICaLT.
Sj ers wanti
at 108 East Rich street.
A FEW rtlisOHS WHY
) on the best principle, while the forels
lerally madlj on io prltjrpiItiS llfl
A (vtmutlymadcby wonnrarfcViefst-
watrli Is generally i
fortrlirn watch I
IV band. While their labor is cheap, their work
dear at any prioe. Buoh watches are mad wltbons
lan, and sold without guarantee. They are irreg
ular in onnstrnotion, and quite as Irregular in move
meniJ ?TP aredsilgned jonlj ioktui Hi thabafT
erirtbe Pert aiasi thoroughly iold.i ThoS pa
heeWes,'''leprrle'-iM ''tiwiss levsri'l
in professed repair for a few years will appreoiata
the truth of our statement.
THE PLAN OF THE AMERICAN WATCH.
Instead of being made of several hundred, little)
pieces, screwed together, the body of the Americas
Watch is formed of SOLID PLATES. No jar la
terferes with the harmony of its working, and bo
sudden- shock can throw itplnacUnery out ol Mr'J
In riding orany tyaslnais pursuit. It il .all hel4 to
gether as firmly as a single piece of metal. It If just
what all macilBifylbould be-r t C i f i J
I 1st. ACCURATE. Sd, SIMPLE, ad. STRONG.
4th. ECONOMICAL'.' '
i We not only secure CHEAPNESSby our system
buf QUALITY. We do not pretend tbatourWatch
can be bought for less money than the foreign mats
teilevet, but for its real value it is sold for one-half
tHe'ptioi,'"' .r:r V tti.wfi -.,t tt
j OUBSQLpiER'S WATCH (umedWnjvElIery)
is what its name Indicates-Solid, Substantial, and
always Reliables-warranted to st Ad'aoV amount of
Marching, Riding or Fighting.
OUR NEXT HIGHEST QUALITY OF WATCH
(named P. S. BartletO is similar in sixe and general
appearance, but ba more jewels, and a more labor
ateflnith; it 1 j , ' J M .' I I $ I
OUR LADIES' WATCH, recenUy brought ont.
Is put up in a great variety of patterns, many of
them of rare beauty and workmanship, is qnlta
small, but warranted to teep time.
OUR YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S WATCH il
neat, not large, and just the thing for the pocket of
THE PROOF of the merits of our Watch may be
found in the fact that we now employ ove seven
hundred workmen in our factories, and that wears)
still unable' to supply the oonstintly increasing de
mand.'" "' ' i . .... .....
OUR THREE-QUARTER PLATE WATCH'tf
thinner and lighter than the others we have desorib
ed -. Its tnevchronometer balance Is. de)ieatelyy tjd
justed to correct the vibration caused by changes of
' an, y.' . 1 J' ' I . A .. .
lemperaiure, i neee wawnea are me irnits or tno
latest experiments Inohrenometry, aad are made by
our bestosorknwn. In a .separate, department of our
factory. For the finest time-keeping qualities they
challenge compariron with the best works of tha
most famous English and Swiss makers.
igenfe for ihe 'American Watch Comywaj,
183 BROADWAY, H. T
hioMt-diwlm "ji;.-.. . f. , ft.nJ of
A CARD TO INVALIDS.' v
A Clergyman, while residing in South Am erieaaa
a missionary, discovered a safe) and simple rtskedir
for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay,
Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and
the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful'
and Vicious habits. Great numbers have been al-'
ready cured by this noble remedy. ' Promted o a
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will"
send the receipt for preparing and using this medi
oine, ia a soaleoVenvelope, to any .one who Jteedl il .
nei of Chora: .rrrr.t
Please inolose a post-paid envelope, addressed to
yourself. Address.. . -r p.-1
JOSEPH T. INMAN.
J l ';PIATOajl,BriliaWgBVrArj
af. .VI I ll I ;wIork;Clt
At Fort Fisher, was scarcely a greater failure than
is dally made by most of the advertised hair dye;
nor was n r i jt.- r- '. '.l r I in'idsi e'Y
TEEET & PORTEB'S VIOTOET
More complete, perfect and glorious, than the eon
Ovor gray, red and ssndj hej4 of bip. rho ob
noxious bne is wiped out in five minutes, and a mag
nificent brbwA drbTWl; glossy "Btdd Natural. Ukea
itijilace., Manufactured by J. CHRISTADORO.
No. tfAstor House, New York. Sold by Druggist.
Applied by all Hair Dressers, mehS4-dAwlm
. SINGLE BOX Or B BANDBETHf
PILLS contains mote vegetable extractive matter
than twenty boxes of any pills In the world besides;,
fifty-five hundred pkysioians uss them ia their prae
tioe to the exclusion of other purgatives. The fink
letter of their value is yet scarcely appreciated.-'
When they are better known sudden death and eon
tiaued sickness will be of the past. Let those who
kaollvem speak righvJfp, heir, favof,jt 4 9
duty which will save life.. jif .m
Our race are Sur.jeot to 'a redundancy or vitiated
bile at this season, and Iras' dingertras as it ia
prevalent: bat Braadretn's PillsaiTord ai invalua
ble and effioipnt proteQtip t By tbeiipacaslonal ns
we prevent the collectm of those inipurities, whioh,
when in sufficient quantities',.. cause so much darger
to the body's health; The'y soon out I liver oomplaint,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, pain in tha bead, heart
burplfstrAJul ttf fetftoe,nd4ea yalMneSnd
oostivedess. Sold by all respeotable dealers in med-
Death Cannot tonch thaaa iwha naa
While Robaok's Bitter are kept in th family elf
ole sickness never epr. . , p. , . Trf
jTaese fitters h4ve been fpunf to be f Wlaelfr
tidolc for removing the first symptonl' of nearly all
diseases, If taken in th proper Urn. They are
composed of ingredieBtsvwBiofc are kiewa by th
medicaL acuity to be ciost effloaelou to alsejdeta
of ths stomach and Intestineaoi)) lla v smutvi rt;i
Their medioinal propertir are so various that
they prove btneflolal in al complaints, of whtp-
everijlure they may b beio their jrreat deniaul
and the universal good derived from their use.
A judiolous use of these Bitters Impart th n
tint of health to th cheeks, and health nd Vigor t'
the entire fram.'J 'vg)-'-'v' J"-
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, whU residing la South Ataerlca a
a missionary, discovered a safe aad simple remedy
forth Oar f Mervoms Weakness,. Earl DeoAy
Disease of tha Crtnary nd etminat Orgaoc, tat
the whole train ef disorders hrbaght onf kyata
and vlolous habit. Great numbers have been al
ready cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to benefit th afflicted and nfortanate, I w HI
send th reoipe for preparing and aslng this ma
cine, in asealedeynveo-aejai wh aeed
Please lndosV'a stamped" invAope, iddresM
yourself.' JMross ' " .r f nO
i t .;:!::::.'.'..'.;;: Joseph tl inmah", -
o -...i.- ogATiVAl As,riiBU sionev-rg
im i era viiy.
11 & 7,i,WI,W I I, Mil ....
HowLostI HowEestored! .
u4tpuMUhd,tHataIedtnraopt. Price, tlx nt- '
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT
ahdRadioal Cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weaknesa, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual DehiiW
iy, and im 1 edimenU to Marriage generally: Ner
vousnpsa. Consumptionr Epilepsy, and I its;. .Men
tal and Physical Incapacity, reeuHing.froiiL -fceiff-Abuni;
So. Br Rob. J. CuLTaawaxj, M.1), a
H,or oftb " ?re8p,,.rAo. .. , . - . , u
tiABoan a Tfcvauaanil af aiforera.f
Sent, under sea, in a Vain'- envelope, to ny sd
dress, poet paid, .on receipt of at eentV or W
postage stamps, by DR. J. 0. KLINL,i ti
IZt ooryv Ia;Ik; laffloSc J6rio
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