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J 1 I r I I A A. A. . .1 i IS 1 I I - I A. . -A.. V . " IP 1 A"tfl y.i rae-vi r ill. 2j f.'i n i------ I ,. I'.. I It! - ; .r . COLUMBUS. OHIO, MONDAY MORNING. FE BRUARY 19, 186G NUMBER 199" , j VOL. XXXIII. " 4 W i 'T:;' ' ' ' ' V ' , ) '. PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS! rro TdB runraras anb those engaged oh PEMHirto to engage in X (selling Asrioulturel Imp' .merits: We bee leave to call roof attention to nur la-geand unsurpassed as eortmenl of 1'lows, at we manufacture a ireater variety tba any olbcr titiablUbOKtut io the W eu , 1C0HB1MTI0N STEEL' PLOWS," , STEEL PLOWS, CAST PLOWS, Plows for One and Two Ilorsrs, the Celebrated Columbus Double Plow, Rod, Loom Qroand, Ocnaral J', Sub-Boll, CnttoA. Ruiar and Southern llnwii. narrow and DouMa HUnvelrVlnw.,) Fiowi for.trcribndr.of all kindfi at areatl j reduoed prices. AS WE INTEN D TO SKI.L. , Befrr purrbnlneUwhr, oall and ejunuuiflOvr large itock or nd for Circular. We also manulao WfireiUetf tbe 3P3E33Lffl:iTJM , BUG JLFL 3VEXlL.Xi.aB. And four iitei of the , CELEnATED, JACOttS EVAPOKATORS, fiXhtr mM ditn ani( rtMIfTorrl Hhellern, Bark Milh. Broun Maohlneit, Clod Cratherf and Kolien, Fire Frosti of different paitenu, 8tvet and eatins of an; deiir.d kind. T.?n.-, - r JOHN Li GILIi' & SOti.' Office nnd Wnrrroomw. Koa. 09 and DO Jtorlh Illtfh St. ColMmbna, O. SIGN DOUBLE PLOW.S. p, . . , . febH-dltwww , . . - . .,; -71 Patronize Home Institutions and Keep your Money in the State HOME", INSURANCE COMPANY, tj v v -p COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTHORIZED BY TKE STATE. q r ?; OFFICE ' IN- TJIVIOrV BLOCK, HIGH STREET. insures Against Loss or Damage by Fire and Lightning. Dusiness Confined to First Class Property Within the State. rpHI COM PAN Y, 1'KDl'R STATFV ONTROL, COIVBI TTM ITU RI'RinES- O.I M the moit apprnvKd and TConnrniral plan, takinirrks only in Kirt Claa. IVtached I'roperty. Farm Hnildinaa, I'rirale iJwrilir and tbeir t'nntentK, mak'rf it .afar than tb inxunnt Mill), factnrira, Wooden kowa, and other propcrt. of ein liar t arard. It uthechiel aimnf tbe I'irect'rt to Ho a fe, rather than a larar hupir exR, as beina a aurer guarantee to permanency and of greati-r ultimate auooeM. Their rule ia to aettlo all Ina.'a promplljr and fairly, and in ai licilins p tmnace, lo oilb the firm eon yiotioa that tbe plan adopted by Ibem will make the Company permanent and tafe to its policy bolder. ::- : - DinBOTORSi Hnt. PAVrjf, OALLOWAY, Culrnhus,0. LKVrc CASS, Kq.. . t . do. OFFXOZIX-LaSl PAMUR1, OM.LOWAY VbVpipent. Lewis ca.ss. vice ibidem-. aent4'BS-din.ir'n . ,p-CV I J k. t carry n tne juanutacturn a; ouineaa ..'iifi'.iillllll P r: a""- A tha the - t.are on hani a rariety of Su ? liirlllli BL C. P. I.. M1TI.ER. Alerchant. Columbnu. 0 J R. Hl'HHKl.l, Mem of Onsresa, llelaaare ALEX. U. HANLKV. Xenia.O. Al.EX. H. HAMjEY, Obv.iiai. An-T. I W. A. HANliKY. Ahh't (irn.kal Ana.fr. D. H. IIIHIKAHD, Nocretarr. COLUMBUS Woolen Manufacturing Takes Tin intvriiOD to in. form their fellow eihaena that they atill . ana miner Jeana, I'lnnnel.nii4l MlocklBK Ynrn,; Whioh they offer at Wholesale aa well u Ke tail.at priceato auitthe tiinei '1'liey .niioit the pa'rorajre of the com muni ty at larse. anl ask thereby tbe encourage ment of home induatry WOOL bouaht at all times or exchanged for Goods at (Jaah price. J. P. BRUCK, Socr.tary and Treasurer. oetK-dm CBARLlt HDSTOM. B. B. OAKDNEE Huston & Gardner, .DRUGGISTS,, e i Lkrvr'r ILHOirSE BLOCK, One) Dw Nrtj of the Pontofflce. TTKEP CONSTAKTLY ON HAND A OENER A. al stock of , , 1)101 (. 1 Medicines. . i ' Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Goods, Fateat Jledieinea, bhuulder Urae, Trusses, ' Fare Wines and Liquors for Medieinal purposes. r pRESUlUtTiONS JJABEFDIilY gOMl'UUADED ( l)ay eriltht, by aa experienced Druniak ' i w 1 linported Oig ars andcuoice timokin and Chew Inc Tobacoof. j Special attention is called to our steel of ! PEKFUni:ilY, HOAI'M, Sec -Which is the largest in the e!ty. . . ' V jaoM-deodUia : v HtSTON A GARDNEB. ; yr. a. nut. t. D. IINOSLIT. Ruction Sl Commission Houso, r, fKENT & kingsley; TTAVE ASSOCIATED' TIIfcrnSFLVKR XX for the purpose of carrying on a general j Auction and Commission Business, At Kent's old stand, !. f 08 J0 la 3SA$T TOWN STREET, ) Kortbeaat corner of Fourth and Town treeta.'Co Iambus. They dovotetpeuialaitentiou tulle 'ale of HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, STOCK. Koraea.'Carriaica; Furniture, and all kindnof Mer- ehadiit A '., Ao.,eilberoa tbe preuiiset or at their Auction Koouia. . Hales erery Monday, Wednesday and Iriday renings; also, erery 1'uo.iday, Tbuisday and Sat urday moruiogs. CASH ADVANCES If ade on all consigned g' ods, if neoessary. decU-dly NOTICE! NOTICE! TO THE 0 I , Hat, Cap; and Millinery Trade, Ji:,6?W. SIMMONS, Jb iopenea or about MAU.H 1st, 1H6S, in the rooms oyer Messrs. Harris A tiigler's wholesale No tion Store, : No.' 107 & 109 East Town Street, ambus, Ohio, a full and entirely' fresh stock Of giEH'S IIATI AND CAPS, Ac, j Jans-dim ' . .. .. ,. Veterinary Surgeon tAJT BE tOOND AT il.'kj MoDOIAtjli'B J Lly.i-y rouble. In the rear of the Neil House. Kl.BaiNCRS tioh. TJ."l. Hougn, of Uelawara . Co lit. MoK.iuley.ef Ueawarw tic: r. Neil, ot ' Iiaare Co.; E. R. llmupa.ead. Culuiulms. ).; "Via. Key. Columbus. G i JyUfl Lai.s,Cluuibas,0. J,br-UJ' ' !,li(!,; GLORIOUS NEWS! TO THE LADIES OF COLUMBUS A IS D VICINITY. The Excelsior Premlun'Core Trail Skirt. "H IiDO n ADO!' I ENTIRELY NEW. , , - THIS CRINOLINE. NOW OX EX III bitionat E. K.ed'a Hoop Bai.nr and rtairt Manuf. ctory. No. 21 ta-t Mate street, opposite tbe Capitol, has been awarded Gold Medal in different partaof the United States, fur the best style and moat durable workmanrhip, and the public at large have becomeconvinced, alao, that hia Spiral Skirt is the beat shaped in the market Its six edited Clanpia so secured that it is iuipoasi la to be re moved by tbe roughest uraae. It cannot be disjoint ed, as is the oave wjih tbte of Eastern manufacture, as it ia mad. all in one spring. Skirts mal to order of any site or shape, and A'AKKANTED FOK UN K YEA." . Merchant-are particularly imileJ to rail and t Aaniiue my stock before Parebaring elsewhere. A large vane: y of French and American Corsets and Supporteraltept constantly on band. itft:i:i, ; No. 21 East State Street, aovl South side of Capitol Square. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Ihe nRnnKHn conposiNo the firm of J. A W, 11. Brooks, heretofore exioting by mutual agreement, disaolred their Copartnership on the Sd day of January, 1866, John Brook retiring from business. JOHN UKOOKS, W. M. UltiiOK.s. ALEX hOUSlONv ; Columbus, Ohio, Febrnary 7, 1HM. - i , i To facilitate the olnaing of the old firm's harinesa, 11 persona bavins unsettled accounts with tbe firm will oblige by making early Sfttleiuent. i J. A W. it. BUOOKS. ! Feb. T. 1800. In Liquidation. . COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. Under the old firm name of J. AW. B. Brooks, the undersigned, on the 3d day of January, 13o6, lonoed a ooptrtnershlp lor the p irp e of continu ing! e Wholesale Grocery business, at the old stand, southwest oorucr of Higuand Riou streets, tlolum I bus. Ohio. W. B. BKOOKS, Feb. 7,1866. ' 5 WM. H. bLADK. j In annonnclng a change in the old firm, its sncces-! ors can assure its patroni aitd fri. nils that nothing wiii be abated from the energetio effort to merit their confidence and continuance of. their f Tors,: whioh for twen f fiveyears haya boon ebaraoteriaiio of the old firm, and the seoret of their ooutiuaous success. Weareuowreoeivjnga, Full "and Weil - Select d Stock of : onoiOB OOODBI, 1 sTk - 1 at 'aial aaIa I ' (a b K in ri "ejwa. intrita ksa sartsan. tion of tbe trade. Our stock, will be keyt lull at all times. V' K T L T Tk T1T V L3 feba-dwAwlt Auction and Commission Room'. THE CNDERSItirsED HAVE OPENED a Auctioa and Commission Room at -... ' . . ' No. ttt East Towm Street, ! ' t t -w . J 'I h.retbey are prepared to do a general Aactton -mi iSeaaiuiasioD businea. - Sales of alt kind of property nrosflptly attended to.eituer inelty ereouutry. . Household Furniture sold every market morning 4ttberom,eomuieneiiigt7o,oluok. . Alw, Furniture repaired and varnished on lbs shortest antioe and most reaionabla terms. . ; -i . i . iTURNKY A HIMON, ! . U4 , : , .. :, , So. U East Towa Street . I j THE GREATEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO THE A1ND VICINITY. GnHAT CLOSING OUT SALE I TO COMMENCE Monday, Dec j 11th, 1865. HAVING DETERMINED TO KE tire from bnsinesa. the underalcned offera his rrammoth and completes took, eonaiating of Heady Made Uloming, Ac, . AT COST! A large asaortment of Cloth and Business Coats, Cassimere, Cloth and Beaver Pants and Vests; Frock & Sack Overcoats. -ALSO- Cloths, Cassimeres, Meltons, Vestings, Beavers and Overcoatings of all Grades GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS I llul1ef Goodn, Whtro and Woolen. Bliirtss, Gloves, Ilosjiler-, Si.c My Clothing is all of the best manufacture, and equal to custom woik. The goods are a1 1 on. price, very article beii'g marked in plain figures, so that averv one can be hia own aaleaman. This is the greatest opp .rtuniiy ever offered to tbe oitisens of i'o oinbusand surrounding country to purchase tbeir Winter Goods at a greater reduc tion in prices than have ever been made before, and all should avail themselves of this chance to lay lnafull supyly. TO WHOLESALERS AND JOBBER?, Extraordinary induoeaenU will be given. MARCUS CIIILDS, oa. fc r, Nell Hens Baddlng, Tw J doors north from PostotEce. dec THE P H GE H I X TRANSACTED THE LARGEST BUSINESS IN THE 8Tfl.T3 OP OHIO, FOR THE Year Ending December 30, 1865, -OF- Having an Agonov in the State, devoted to Fire In surance exclusively. LOSSES PAID I IV 18U5, 8410,613.91. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1S66, $1,006790.33. THE TEST OF ITS NATIONALITY, the solid service it hat rendered patrons, ani its ability to pass throush seasons prolifio i f con flagrations, with honor and profit to those most in tereited may be interred from a perusal of tho fol lowing figures of I, S 8 K 8 PAID. Arkansas.. S23,K)0 S3 45,7-JS 8 Minnesota.... iv . Hampshire New ork .... New Jersey... Nebraska Ohio Hmusylvania. Rh(xie Island. Carolina... Tennessee .... Texas Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin.... Canada Nova Scotia . N. Brunswick. 20.0P3 41 IS.31'0 It 643.IS.tO R2 3,75(1 63 1,167 00 103,93 5 63,274 40 SO 771 VI SI. n3i 76 46.970 90 8,91)1 98 4,21 48 27 34 9,000 IK) 6,4l 76 3S 873 811 14.9tt 78 16,830 74 Alabama Conntoiicut .. Cali'orma .... I) of Columbia Florida Georgia Indiana.. Illinois Iowa Kentucky..... Kanras Maine MasAaohusett Maryland Mississippi ... Missouri Miohigan 3'iu.H'ii in JHI,a.'0 4 I9S 85 19, Am 42 1 1.138 75 84, 16 3HI.5U8 67 31.616 73 6D.V7H 19 18.416 OT 66. WIS 48 09,170 01 39,601 05 mm a B(),M5 86 17 U&7 84 WfcOTERff nRANCIt, No. 24 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, n V.-1 '; Ohio. II. M, MAGIXlL; JHeneroI A teat, Tbe undersigned is authorised to issne Policies in lh above p. pular and leading Corporation, at prop er rates. v , . 1 ' i Losses Sways' Paid Promptly, A. CARDrJER, Jr., NO. 107, JOHNSO BUIS.UIIVG, feblo-dlm - I " ' CAUTION, t-lTE WOULD CADTION THOSE PERSONS f V having to ua. Metalie Burial Caskets and Cases, that we are the only Agents for Franklin and adjoining counties for the sale of J. ttbuler A !o 's M sialic Case. They will not rust or corrode In the around, it being manufactured from the best quality of galvanised wrought iron. For htauty of finish and durab.lity it has no equal. None are gen uine except those obtained troin or oy us. TAYLOR A O UAKRA,Ucdertaker, Ne, 06 South Third (UColumbuj, 0. febu-dlw cm mm FLOURJDEPOT. SELF-RAISING FLOUR! ORKATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE 1 BREAD, BISCUIT AND PASTRY Of all kinds, without using Yeast, Baking Powder, Boda or Salt. ALWAYS READY I ALWAYS RELIABLE! : ITS ECONOMY. Flcur of the best quality co-ts $11 Uakir.g Powder recipie says three tea poon- lulla(,ir 'vhich tnere are si in a icent Doll to a quart of Flour, which is five cents for . linking Powder (one quart of loose flour is ap'lUO'l. tVQ TUB B1 9 OlrJ v uw One-half the shortening is saved, whioh can not oe less man , jiiaKinga oarrei cosr i" A barrel of riell-Kaising Flour Costs 13 00 Making a saving of (10 10, Resides the Having of time, trouble and uncertain ty, only one-half of Fggs are required for Pastry. It give onk-mixth more bread than Flour raited wita Yeast, making 32 Pounds More Bread to Barrel. Yea t lircad cannot be eaten while fresh by per sons of weak and dvsptptic stomachs. H'ead, bis cuit and Pastry mode from Self-U.ising Flour may beeaien while fresh by all per, ns wi'h impunity. The above are facts, which overy house keeper can prove to themselves. For sale in . 12 21 and 40 lb pa"kates, half barrel and barre1, by grocers geuerally, and at . G J. RODEN PELS', 213 East Friend etreet, WMMSALK AND BKTAIL KLOUlt DEPOT. Mr. RodenMs has also the agency for Snow Flaxeand Kmpire brands of Flour. janll-d3.n EVERY80DY SHOULD GO AND SEE THE GREAT BARGAINS IN IES"3ar GOODS r j a u c ht orj's, And avail themselves of the rare opportunity now olTered to select from THE LARGEST, NEWEST N0 CHEAPEST STOCK OF GOODS IN COLUMBUS AT O O JB T! IT REINO 1TIV INTENTION TO Make 1 a new improvement in the Naughton build ing, it h the view ol aiding a New Department (that of a Carpet and House Furnishing Sales room), to my present business, the ooming Fall, I have therefore determined to offer my entire stock at such prices as will insure its speedy sale, and make room lor the Workmen and Mechanics. THE STORE ISTULL OF GOOM. And must be emptied by August 1st, in consequence of the above improvement. . Remember this la NO OZjD ST O OHC. Nought at the high prices ruling a few months agt but everything New, Cheap and Seasonable SELLING AT A SACRIFICE! CALL EARLY AND TIF FOR YOURSELVES, The Stock is complete in every Department, which fact alone ia a great advantaaeto purchasers at such a time as this, when scarcely a store can be found with even a moderate assorto ent of Uoods. Country Merchants, Peddlers and Dealers gener ally, should tai.e advantage of this opportunity to sort up their Stocks at less than Eastern prices. JAUIK.o IHtllGHTOX, 118 and It'i South High Mrect, COLUMUUS. OHIO. N. B. Oor New Carpet and House Furnishing Salesroom (to make which improvements 1 am now selling otf tho present stock), will be opened about September 1st, 1865. Please bear this in mind and give me a call. iunel9-dtf WM, MONYPENNY, Forwarding & Commiss'n Merchant, DCALBR IN GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, FLOUR, WIIIsKY, &c, WISHES TO INFOIIM THE PITHMC that he has just oompleted the large and con veniei ttirr proof brick Warehouse on the wost side of the Scioto river, near the west ond of the Na tional Bridie, lie ia now prepared to pay the high est market price in CASll lor all tue Corn, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats, Ae., that may be offered. Being favorably located with tho rivrron one aide and ihe Railroad track on the other side of the House, will pay particular at tention to receiving and forwarding all kinds ol pro ilnce and heavy coi-ris. and make cull advances on contignments of produce going either east or wost. Office on Frank st. close to Warehouse deoS dBin . WM. MONYPENNY. OFFICE OK THE OHIO PENITENTIARY.) CiiLI'HDl s, February 8th, 1PG8. ( SF.ALFD PHOPOSALS HI LI, KE lit. ceivedat this office until Tlmr-Mlny, I'rbranrjr 22d, 1800, At 2 o'clock P. M , for furnishing this Institution wi'h surpli's, as follows: 2(100 pundn, more or less freh Keof per week, to b. delivered in the four quarters, in equal propor tions, on .Mondays, Wedi.esdays ana Fridays, a" such hours as the i ardon niaydireot. for six months fnim t ie 1st duv of March. 1806. 'he bcof to be of good quality, from cattle weigaing not less than 500 pounds net. . 20IM) pounds, more or less. Corned "oaf per week, for, tbesametime, the beef to be of good quality, clear of knuckle bone and shank, the quantity to be increased or diminished as tue Warden may direct. Km ba rels Me.-s P.k. 200 " fine or superfine Flour (Inspected). , 1500 pounds Conee (made from Chickory, Peas and I Coffoo): samples wanted. 200 poands Hlsck Pepper. 60 i e.llons M' lasses (ramplea of Porto Rico and Sorghum wanted'. goo pounds cheap grades of Tea; samples wanted. 31 Ml " SodaAsb. too bushels best quality of Oata. laoo yards Sh.tucket Stripes; samples wanted, 600 " Unbleached Muslin; too 1 " Bleached Muslin; ' " 00 . " . Cloth for Coat; " T5 M " " Veals; " ' 8 doien Wool Hata " " 1500 pounds best quality Spanish Sole Leather, (heavy). ' ' , 50 Sides Upper Leather; simples wanted. lot) Hus:etii: 300 pounds Stocking Yarn; . The Directors and Warden reserve the right to reject any hid considered incompatible with the in terest of the State. Each hid must be accompanied bjra bond in tbe sura f Fifty pereent. of tbe amount involved, con ditioned that the party or parties making Ihe pro posal will acoept the contract if the same be award ed to him or them, and also for the faithful perform ance of the contra"t on their part. JOHN A PKtN TICK, Warden. John Mili.kr, , - H. E. Pabson8, Directors. ,r John Houuh, ." ' ' Jeb9-dld. ... LOTS FOR SALE. I AM OFFERINO FOR SALE ON EAST terms, a lot of land which I have just sub divided into lots of from Four to Seven Acres Each, Situate on the Wortbington Pike, a quarter of a mile from theCorporaiion of Columbus, and extend ing east across the Railroad, and situate on both sides of a mad wbicb extends from the Wortbington Pike to tbe Westcrville Pike. sr Refer to G. Q. Collin;, Esq. . , dcoia-dt W. L. McMIIXIN. 1 : The Great Strengthening Tonic. (NOT A WHISKT PREPARATION.) HOOFLAM GERMAN BITTERS n.i. crs IrillI.ITYI llKltlLITYI! , RoBulting from any cause whatever. Prostration of the sysUm, induced by Severe Hardships. Exposure, rovers, of Dineaes of lamp l,ife. Soldiers, t:itiiens, Mleor tem.le, Adult or Youth, will find in this Hitters a pure Tomo, not d.pen-fent on bad liquors for their almost miracu lous efftots. . . , nnnt .nit tl aaea reanltlna from Disorders of the Liver and Directive Orgaos, are cured by iioonand's Uerman Witters, inis riniers nas per formed more Cures, gives better satisfaction, has m r. testimony, ha more rsrpeotable people to vouch for it, than any other article In tbe market. o We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and 111 1 n,rfi , -a An ah. Mill nriulnn a rn Ll - flcate published by us that is not genuine. Hoof- land s Uerman Uittors win cure every cbjooi vuryn io or Nervous Debility, and Diseases of the Kid neys. IT1 Oherre tho following symptoms ru1ting from disorders of the digostive organs I Constipation, Inward Piles, Kullne-sof Ulool to the H'ad, Acid ity of the Stomach, ausea. Heartburn, Di'guft lor F-H.d, Fullness or Weiiht in the Stoma-h, Sour Eructations. Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimininz of the lKal Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Chok ing or SuuVatina Sensations wtiaii in a lying Post ure Dimness of Vision, Dots Or Webs before the Sight, F veaor Dull Pain in the Head, Dolicienoy of Perapirat on. Yellowness of the Sum ." e. Pain n the ide, Hack, Chest l.ituba Sudden Fluohesof Ilea', Hurning in the Hem, l-onntant imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. Remember, ihit thit tttrt It n AlrhnhoUc, eimtnini no Hum or WMtku, and cannot ttvikt bnnk'irdii,but it As but 'JonUi in (As H'orW. heaa who says so: (From Rev.W. l". Scigfried. Pator of Twolfth Baptist Chur h, Philadelphia. GgNTl.BMgS-1 have recently been laboring un der the distressing cfTects of Indigestion, a-eomna-nied by a prostration of the nervo us svstetn. Nu merous remedies weierecomoiended by friend', and some of them tetted. but without relief. Your Honfland's Uerman Hitters were recommended by persons who bad tried them, and whore favorable mention of these Bitters indu"ed me to try them. I must o( nfoss that 1 had an aversion to Patent Med icines fron the "thousand and oie" quack "Bit ter," whose only aim seems to be to palm offsweet ened and drugsed liquor upon the emmuoity in a sly way, and the tendency, of which, i firar, is to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon learning that yours wa pirely a medicinal preparation 1 tok it witu happy effect Its action, not only upon the stomach, but upui the ne-vous system, was prompt and gra'ifyn-s. I feel 'hat I have derived g'eotand permanent benefit from the use of a few b 'ftles. Very repctfu'ly jours, W. i). SE1GFRIED. No. 51 .ibackamaxon st, tFsom the Rev. E. D. Fendall, Assistant Editor Cbristiin Chronicle, Philadelphia I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoofland's (lertnan Bitters, and foel it my nrivilece to recommend tketn as a most v.luahle tonic, to all who aresuft.ring from (jeneral liebilitvor troin dis-efc-es arising from derangementof -be Liver. Yours truly. K. D. r EM) ALL. I From Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pator of the Vincentownand Millvillo, N. J , Baptist Churches. Having used In ray family a number of bottles of your Holland's German ISi'tcrs, 1 have to say that I regard tnein as an excellent medicine, specially adapted to remove tneuieao I'tj aia reuoiuii'eiiu il fir. Ther ilninirthan and inviaorste the system when debilitated, and are useful in disorders of the liver, lost of appetite, Ac I have aiso recommend ed tbem to several of my friends, who have tried thoin.and found them greatly b.neticlal in tne res tor' ation of henlth. Yours truly, WM. SMITH, Wu Hutcb'nson St., Philadelphia. 3D Beware of Counterfeits. See that the signature of "!. M. JACKSON' is on tbe wrapper of each bottle. Should your n.arest druggist not have the article, do not be put off bvany of the intoxioating pieoar.tions that may bo olfered in its pace, but send tnusand wo will forward, securely packed, by express. Principal Ulflce and Manufactory, No. 631 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. JOF.sl A: EVANS, (Suo-eisorj to C. M. Jackson A Co..) Proprietors For sale bv Druggists and Dealers in every town in tho United States. docia-ditawAweowiy AT COST! WOOLEN GOODS! AND UF" XJ JEL S !' Ladles' and Misses' Furs, Fur Trimmed Hoods, FurTr immed Skating Caps Cents' and Boys' Fur Caps Fur Collars and Cloves, WOOLEN BLANKETS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, SCARFS, NUBIAS, etc., etc" Gents' and Boys' Hats and Caps C. EBERLY & CO., 26 4 Southeast our. of High A Friond Streets, janlft-eodlro F. A. & L, LESQUEREUX, iraroitTuit.s AND WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS IN Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, -iUO, IN Pocket Cutlery, Tools, Materials, Notions, Gold Silver and Bteel Spectacles, and Fancy Wares. OUK FACILI1IEM AS IltlPORTERS enable us to supply the Jobbing .Trade at the most lavotable rates of any establish oient in the country. Repairing Done with Neatness and Dispatch. ! F. A. A I LliKQllGREUX, NO. Tl SOUTH HIGH ST., Columbus, Ohio. janS-dlyeod - - - ' FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. L. U. DATIE8, " MANUriCTtJRKB OF ' , " Portable and Stationary, Engines, CROSSCUT OR DRAG BAW8 AND CIBCULAK AWINO MACHINES, ALCOTT, OR BROOITI HANDLE Lathes. Threshing Machines, Mowers and Keepers, Iron Vaulisaud Safe., Sugar Mills, Mill Works, Horse Powers, Urating and i.noing, Brass and Iron Castings, Ac, Ac. , AH Kinds of Repairing at Short' Notice. Bread Itreet, Cerneref State Areas -, :. COLUMBUS, OIIIO. lanJ-dlyeod i [From the Nashville Republican Banner.] Parson Brownlow. What posKlble pood for the country or lor themselves (iovcrnor Hrownluw and the liatidlull of partisans who ' clustur around him-can Lope to acjiieve by de tachlnjf thoiiinelves from the peoplo and the soil, and ovcr-dolti the termagant of Jia(lieali.tn to the extent of an almost uni versal proscription, we are unable to con ceive. When he came into olllce much wai expected, more was needed, and the road was clear. He had the best chance a man ever had, not only to make a worthy name and fame, but to conier the blessing of peace and order on a whole population. It was said, '.'now that lirowtilow has attain ed eminence so tar above his reasonable as pirations, he wili lay asldji the prejudices and rancor of iiis hewspaer, and play the great part aligned him with becoming dignity and grace." He might have done so without thesacriflce of one iota Qf his "loyalty." Instead of increasing the troubles of the country and gradually precipitating a condition of things which is so deplorable, he might, by good counsel, good temper and gooo discretion, have re veiscd the picture and made himself the Moses of aland of promise. But no; pas sions are to be gratilled, prejudices wrought out to their full extent; class to be pitted against tlu-9 and section against section, KuHt Tennessee being considered "the State," and every other portion a wilder ness of disloyalty and deviltry. The illiberal and uneharibtble construction has done the work. The Governor, who might have been sanctilied as a god, is dreaded as an angel of destruction; his establishment is detisted; his Legislature is loathed. These harsh sentiment. are not confined to those who were rebels. The most consis tent Union men of the State are the worst enemies of the existing autocracy. The leaders and masses who served the rebellion are silent, lliey are as innocent of dis turbance since they laid down theirarms as the babes in the wood. Some are plowing in the fields ; some are practicing in the couits; some are boring for oil; some are measuring calico and inuMin; and all are at, useful employment. We defy anyone to dispute this and point out a single re spectable exception. Furthermore, this class of the population is readiest to do justice to the negro; and we venture tofay Unit it it. was In power to day, the require ments of the Uovernnieut would be more promptly and more cheerfully carried out than they can ever be under an administra tion which Is hostile to the i'resldent of the United States, and desires to se his policy of reconstruction prove a failure. If 'loyalty" means to love Bnd cherieh those who'iiisult and misuse von, we are not "loyal." We cannot adore Brownlow despite the neighborly finalities alleged In his behalf for we never see any of that spirit In his public acts. We cannot Idolize Arnell poet as ho is for he has a very practical way of making folks hate him. We cannot icVnuct inconsistency, violations of law, whimsical decisions, petulance, spleen, and mere sham. People ought not W expect itof us. But we are grateful to the Uorernment tor Its liberal and enlight ened spirit. We do mean our oaths of al legiance in till sincerity. We feel that we can accept the result as It is and tarn It to good account if we are so allowed. But If we are lorever pecked upon and trod under foot, no one need he surprlf od it our pa tieiicc and temper evaporate at one and the same tunc, in this event we do not pro pose to resort to violence, for that would be weak and puerile, ana quite Idle, lint, greatly as we abhor the character of the dog in the manger, we shall be compelled to play the part; and if we can enjoy the sweets and nlessings of our own home in peace and quiet, it will not be a very pleasant abode for any body else to enjoy. We trust the bitterness of the popular Heart unjustly tormented by Pad men and worse inwg nag not reached anv such point. We have striven honestly to con ciliate the contending elements. Our read ers will bear us witness to constant moder atlon and kindliness of expression. We have on one or two occasions, risking the popular displeasure, given Governor Brownlow hearty commendation for well doing or anticipation ot welldoing, tour tray was, and is, and always shall be, our cue ot action, and the peaceful settlement of aggravated differences our end and pur pose. In a few weeks on the 221 ot Feb ruary a mass convention is called to assem ble in this city. Let it be fully attended. Let the most distinguished and leading reb els, like the most distinguished and lead ing Union men, be selected from every part ot the State. Let the assemblage be representativi giving expression to f.he character and virtue of the people coming fresh from the body of the masses. Conte, gentlemen, come. Ckme trom every nook and corner. Come from the crevices and the coves. Let us give the lie direct to the calumnies asserted against us. Let us sny to the people of the North and to the world, "We arc bona lid e citizpns of this State. We speak the voice of every com munity. There is no "disloyalty here. All is tranquil and peaceful, except the baying of the dogs which are hounded upon us. l)ur desire is to deal justly Dy all men, black and white. We are not responsible, for the legislation of those whose very laws are designed to defame us." Such an ad dress, bearing the signatures of men known to be governors ot opinion, would carry weight and conviction everywhere. It will be a splendid response to the lyinglet ters, memorials and legislation of the assas sins who would poison every current of existence and intelligence. The New Hampshire Democracy— Speech of Ex—President Pierce at the Convention on Wednesday. Mr. President and Fellow-Citizkns of New Hampshire: I Assure you that It affords me a peculiar pleasure and gratifi cation to meet here this evening so many gentlemen with w hom I have for many years been associated. politically and in social life men who have never (altered In their devotion to what they believed to be sound principles men who have never done an act, uttered a word, or entertained a sentiment which has. not been an act, word and sentiment in support of the Con stitution and of the Union ol the United States based upon it. Our country has passed through serious perils, but I hope that we are now emerging from the thick darkness which atone time brooded over it.. The present time calls for the calm, dispassionate, and patriotic exertions of all good men in the work ot restoration, not metely in form, but a restoration of community of Interests, fraternal feeling, and an equality of rights among all the States. I think, I can discern gleams of light. . The annual message of President Johnson was admirable, and, in my judg ment, his subsequent steps looking to res toration have been guided by wisdom, pat riotism, and statesmanlike forecast. I am pleased to greet as co-workers in a noble cause all men who desire the Immediate restoration of the Southern States to their civil rights, and who join efforts in saving whatever may be saved for the prosperity of our common country. Under any cir- rrt'.Ji K.'O V: . u; s-u.t U T,., x-.lt eumstances it would be alject to despaii of the republic. I cannot address you At length this evening.' bof thanking' you again lor this most cordis! reception, and wishing you A happy hhrl Successful con vention to-morrow, I bid you all good night. ;. ,1., , , - ..i ,,,,r,--,T ill .) the Convention on Wednesday. [From the Madison (Wis.) State Journal, Feb. 7.] the Convention on Wednesday. [From the Madison (Wis.) State Journal, Feb. 7.] Soldiers' Wives in Wisconsin--Starvation or the Poor-House for Soldiers' Families—More Work Yet for Aid Societies. , We have learned within a flay mf'iwo some facts which show that the mlMldtt f soldiers' aid societies and ladies' leagdes Js not yet accomplished, that there is ,aXoudl call for the efforts of the bonevolent, and the redemption of pledges made to oaf sol diers when they enlisted in the wnules 1 their coantry r.,, i . m i-n ..t We visited, yesterday, a Dilserableshanty In the Fourth ward, in which lived a moth er and four children, the oldest a bright lit tle girl of ten years, the youngest a mere babe; their only stock of provisions a bar rel of potatoes, and some food given them by a family which had just learned of their circumstances. ' i The husband Is a soldier who was draft ed Into the 60th regiment, and is oil Ju Da cotah. His wife has heard nothing of him lor many .weeks, and at last accounts be bad lecclved no pay. Her only means of support Is the little washing site is able to procure by taking it home or going .out and leaving her children to take caje at each other, and the pittance of $5 a month from the State, which Is all required ior the rent of the shanty. . ,: u We have beard of other cases nearly as bad, and appealing strongly to humanity and patriotism ; and to-day we hear of a woman from Fon du Lac, one of three sis ters, who have each three or four children, who all lost their husbands In the war, and who is here from Fon du Lac seeking to gain admittance for the children Into the Orphans' Home, and keep themselves from the poor-house, where it was proposed by their neighbors to gend them! , . ,, We appeal to our readers whpther these things are consistent with Christianity, pat riotism and common humanity, and if there ' should not bs some organized effort for the relief of such cases. , ... "Stop Her." The Zanesville Signal gives the following humorous description of a "free ride" on the cars. A Zanesville man, being-' 'tflat broke," and wanting to go to Columbus, concluded to "brass it," and accordingly took a car on the Central Ohio railroad. The Signal thus describes the trip : The train had nearly reached Claypool's before the Conductor, whom we shall call Jones, hud reached our dead-head friend in his round of collecting tickets and fares. "Your ticket, if you please." said the Con ductor. "Haven'tany," said the dead-head. "Where are you going?" inquired the Conductor. "Columbus," replied the dead head, "f 2.10," said Jones. "Haven't nary a stamp," remarked our dead-head ac quaintance. "You must pay your fare or get oil the train," said - the Conductor. "Stopuei,"4ulctly romarkeU llieueaU-neaU. The traiu was stopped, and he was left oh the side of the road, to wait, as he said, the next train, on which be succeeded in get ting. The same scene transpired, -ending by dead-head telling the Conductor to "stop her," and he being again left on the side or the road. Train after train was boarded, and each put him otf a little nearer Colum bus. The last train on wbicb be got was that of our frieud Jones, who was on his return trip from Bcllalre to Columbus. Dead-head got on his train at Pataskala, and was under full headway before being discovered by Jones. "Going to Columbus again, I suppose," remarked Jones. "Haven't been there yet," said dead-head ; "I can't get to ride more than six miles before they put me off. I don't think I'll get on more than one or two more trains alter your'n before Co lumbus will be the putting off place." "Well, do you think we can carry you, on less you pay your fare?" Inquired Jones. "Stop her," quietly remarked dead-head. "Well, I do think." said Jones, "of all the brassy individuals I ever met, you are rather ahead of them all. I'll take you for your infernal impudence and nothing else." and dead-head was carried into Columbus on the same train he started on three days before. WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ADD , Liquors of all Kinds. TEN YEAH OLD BOURBON WniS. ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bnurboa Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure S to, IS years old Monongahela Whisky, of the best brands. Will be sold by the demijohn, k g or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and otatr Liquora, by LACELLR, ROSS cY CO., eci31 SiU South Hiah street. . NEW RESTAURANT : .-. ii.i- I AKT i . ! SAMPLE ROOMS! ' -: I ED. LAME, - - ; - Proprietor. . ' ' ' " i, DEALER LN , ' FOREIGN & DOMESTIC Vi IMS, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS,,, Of the best quality, at y. ;'! ; ir.o No. 103 SoatUigla Street, Near the Ocera Hons, Columbus, Obio ""janlS-dSov . . mi-t'O byy.sl.nT) li-'itij HOCKING COAL. E ARB ROW' REAP TO sTCR- filSli .. ' .. , .-.,1 A. Superior Artlol sV'.T HooirlrLcr coal ;.j . . . . , ' .'. J I I In any quantity, delivered to any Part of the oitjr. or on ttailroad ears. " Office and Yard between Long end Spring BUV '( No. 130 North High .StrcetJ ' Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled, ' YAW DEV'SEN DEAIING. , jeel-tf ' City ' Bounty Bonds THE HOLDERS OF THK CITTBOOBTTs - Bonds issued February 11, 1SAS, are hereby no tified that the iteret thereon will be payable by tbe City Clerk on and after the 21 t d y of Kehrna ry.on presentation of tbe proper Counoaa, at Dusr ifall'a Insurance Agency, M the eonthw.it owner of Hi"h and State atreets, . .. . . : , l The holders of Hondl No. 14, !. ii, 35. 44 and 48. Issued August 1.4W4, will also present the Interest Coupons due thereon for payment. , JUdLi li D0WOALL, i - . febli-dst City Clerk.