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Patronize Home Institutions and HOME -INSURANCE ' COMPANY, ' OFi COLUMBUS. 7" ! -ixUTHORIZED &Y "tMe ' STATEj fiurealgarnst LbA or Damage by Flro and Lightning. figures Business Confined to First Class Property Within All T a.tri'n:ir:ll n' ' ' l f fraiS'MHPAHVt llNbBH STATE roNTiior' COWDrCTM it Brtw:M on X th most aDDrrtvwl and ennAtn4oaJ nlftn. teklntf rtki nlT.in Vimt jTIkm' DaUohed ProDrtT Farn tnlldioft, Frirale llw.llir rj, ind their Contend, u; ) -n j , and other propert? or tiintiar natard.i rather Miaaj-ofinrabaaiaera.ea beina aorr guarantea to atrmanenoyand of greater nltioiate iqcoqm. 1 oeir raia a to arine ii imttFitmmptu and IBirir, and in aolicitinf puronaae. do ao who tne nrm eon Vlctioalhaf thaalan adopted bj them frill mala the torasaaj periatDant and to 1U policy boWera DZZIXIO1 frm. BAMTJEL GALLOWAY. Cplumbni. 0. J A MUE L H MDXT A Y V Lewis cash. vic pe8idkVt. aept4"B5-dmAm - : i Keep" your Mdney in the State OHIO. 1 -in. .im Inn:-:- ' I I ' I .Ii ! I I':'.". V- i .1!. . ..ti -I; the state. . : ;i i , J ' ..i!-r.i.;i makini it ufer than (hot inaurinf Mil Is. KaotoriM, It t theehlel aim or the iMrecton to da a ante, it i'-. C. P.'.'lj lifJTLEli. Mefctiant, Co!amlti, O ' blifcLL, Mem. ol i;onreaa, Uelawara . UAiLKi , ieoia.O. I Alex. h. hajlet, onnu aoikt. , ' I W. A. U AN LEY, Ass't Uinikal AdiNf. j D. H. HIIHRAKDt Recretarr. rT. .'V ' ... t" ' I - li:. COLUMBUS ,; . ; Woolen;; Manufacturing' TAKES THIS ITIF.TnOD TO IN. form their fellow ettiiena that they atill carry rn tlia llanufaoturing buiine, and - that the'4 hare on hand a rariety of Hummer an I WtnterWoo a, aua at IMalaAc Fancy Cawalmerea, J i lOfltlll. : Satinet, Jennm, 1 1 ' - Flnnnrla.anl 1 NtocklnK Vara, Which they offer at Wholesale aa well a K tail.aa prieea to tuit the timet ' They anlioit the patrnnaEeof thecommnni ty at lacaa, and wit thereby tha enoouraga mentnf noma industry. WOOli bnuaht at all times or exchanged for Oooda at Cah prices. - J. P. DHVCK, '' Seoretary nd Treasurer. . ooL28-dm ....... i NAUCHf ON'S INAUGHTONHBUILDING.U umm Si h'n i't . r i ir M i , . - . . - . ... . 4 .Hi n J ABIES NAVGIfTON -WISHES TO BE turn thanka to the patrons nf the abore well koSwn aftire, knd to Bollolt a otmnnnanoa r tnelr faaara. tjWiig aola'4r4iptietor ovjiie buildflui a well aa bnsineas, he ean afford to aril ill tor a much low- r profit tbaaMyiotua in town,anu,paetoaiefcai epndnpmnmlingatail timet a Rood ateck in nm aonable goods, and will raceiye auch prompt atten tion at the hands of bia'olarlu sad aiuatauta W wUl teck "f aware Tisitora to his aitabliahment that they are In- Firt Olasai . 0toro, F m . n O Wheeea,lwrs, be foandU r. ,. 3 Jifegr flObDs; - BHAWb, " J , CADiio" cloAki of ooa OWN SAKE. Also, Uoalery aad Kano Wao af evatrdesoriaUoBy 118 and 18)1 8uth Hi ih High kfraet. CULUMbDS. OUIO. febSO ,w.ti FLOURDEROT. SLF-HAISING FLOUR! Of all kinds, without usiaa Jsaat, Baking Powdrr, Sodaorr?lt. -k.' - ilways mm ivum nMl, Wroftllellest-Vjalityflort'. .W. .V.-til1 Baking Powder reoipia (ays three tea pwn fulla(ef rhich there are 1 rn a35oentbux) ta .quartof FUur,wbicb. is five oentLlor Baking I'ow.iorkiirie' quart of.looje Jlout Is I a pitwtid V m Itorit U. . . .v. .V J 85 One-half the shortening is saved, which can . not bslxs hajfv . 1. ..... 4.. V . WM? Making a barrel eoaTTTn.,.., ,..$5K . 1? Mbal of Hallr-Kaiaitir Flouta blto.'i.i. J. . tl. QP Making's sarlSi of ?. J.'.ftlT . ... 910 10 Basidas, thasaring of tlaie,.roul3lan(Lnncertaini ', only ntiehalf -of Kggt are-reytiire fur i'Mtry. . ie- oni-hiith muia bread than Flour raiaed witk Yuil malcinr '' 'If. i It Pounds More "Bread Barrel. Y,tlir,l cannot be eaten whilt fresh! by per juaof weak t.od dpeptio stomachs.' Bread,. Jiis- aaamca w ami ana raatr.r made trom fseii-tuisjng j; Kmr may Meaten while fraah by allper.i.Ds wi'.h impunity. .' , Tbe aboveare faots, which overj house keepe(,oaq jrorato taomnelven., . , ,., ' r ( ,,. ...,, ..i J'o laleja 0. 12. 2A an 49 lb packages', Jutlf barrel and bm),.by grmmagauerally. tfii at t . , P , '"UrTitoMnPELSv- n tJ Fail rrMlfttt ttf r41 A H A A A .""ioJ ii .,niA I"ta li'.iiei t 1i wnnT . Mr. Rfldasfelsi. hifciataan the 1 agency for. 8naw Flake and fcmaire brands of Flour. Janll-d3in . BAKllQ-nflBE-EASY. CniTsraally ooneededtobeiiidqbk!!edlteisnJ tntf' High atreet, Columbus,' Ollib, ff. 13.-nete call for aarople. for which tliertietMvchaige)1 after Which yog WtliaewiiiiKtU Powder. jij-iloij BOTW-dtX O Cj! Tip'..! -i onn mi I it It It it II Ik I M 1 1 f II 1 PPM BjuifruaKes. creaaanq pastry Of. aery 4escriJ)tl(ri, fn'thi biijbcit rfoctlonl'.'i single trial Is sullkient U bpo g,jt JniQ goneral na T H E PH CE N IX TRANSACTED THK ' DAHGEST i BUSINESS .. .. . -IN TBE 5 rj ; .: x ; : ; for tub r. - Year Ending Decemlrcr 30, 1865r I -OF- llaving ap Agency In the State, devoted to Fire In i , auranoe exclusively. . - r LOSSES PVII) IN 1SOS, "Sj4ia613;917- , -1 .!,:! i ,". I '''', - I ! I ' : V A Y j Cashi Assets, ' January 1st, ISCfi, i' l" till !..' 81,006,790.33 oiSJ' 11 6 TEHT'OF'ITS NAT IOII A CIT H . the solid eeryice it bai rendered patroiUMuid . . ah K k 1 tw v a mil vhraiiati aaaartna nikJiliA rF ann. !flrationa, with honor and profit to thoae most, in iteeeetad. nay be interred from a perusal of the fol lowing figareioT . i j '.'. I ;i JU O 0 E Sr r P-A . F Afnfkf..i.,..K,M 43 lAlabanu...... 45.7'JH M Minnesota a A M.0fl 43 ft. HampsAita a6,at) 19 New York.. 643.M0 83 New Jersey... 3,760 fi3 Nebraska 1,167 01) Ohio .jtmjM9 Pannsylrania. 63,374 40 Rhode tsland. 10.77111 S; Carolina.. --til ,M3,7. Tonesee...i :4S.D7 SO Texas ' ,96t M Verawnt...... : f,SHt4S Virginia,. 17 MI West Virginia 1.000 110 Wisoonin...v M.461 7a Canada i 3 B7 flu Nora Hcotia .-14.(W 7H N.Brunswlok. 14,330 74 Slonneotieufc,, WS3l W 'aliiornia .... iai,3.'0 64 iJ) of Columbia ivssa Florida.....;. 'at,4Sf) (lenrgia 11,138 75 Indiana .' B4.903 16 ilTentucky.;.. ro.BJS 19 Kaavavt.!. l3Af W Maine M,M3 4& MassaolitiMtti i M.xTS Ot aiaryland..... ti.MM Missif.ippl ... Mtisourt ..... M.Mfl 36 iliohigan....-:7.u4j 14 ,No 24 West Fourth St., Cincinnati,) Ohio. ....... , ttMlt. MA.GII.L; Oeaerul AgimV i Tba asdenianed is authorised to lasne Policies lnr tn above popular and leading Corporation, at prop4" er rata. . .-ih :v mm Ways pafd ?mm? '.' V, WIjW ltd;.1, w .., :.tii t. loif '.. A. GARDNER, Jr., wo. ior... aoiiso lnjiLuiniG. wi a.- imr.i mI I)! ).!.. .B.O; (JHSISUiX.r.U iucuon, &,ppmmissipn, House. . KENT & KING3LEY : ' HAvfc ASIWCIAirEls IltWSEi.VES lot the purpose of carrying on a general Auction and Coiiinilsfelon Business, .8JlT litKortoiditwi; .qfiD ,JjbH H08. 140 113 EAST TOWN STREET, Northeast corner of Fourth and Town streets. Ca- lumbus. - Tl ;ay aWfoaaspewial atteatioa to tba sale of HOUSES, WITS, FARMS, STPCKa Hbrsex, Carriages, Farnit are. and all kinds of MetL okandiie, Ae.,itheron the premises or at theirt 1 iiMtinn Unnma. n,..- ' ,. fialea ,rery Monday, Wednesday. arj. ttontogs also, rery ; 1 uosday, jhurtdar Bruay mornings, M4d Ukda U aU eonsignad (eadf, jf taoanaijlU U I . ft decU-dly A. SPl-ENDID HOCIC or fty.t'iri FALL JlllD.ViiriTER GOODS im NO. 220 SOUttl Hlgtl Btali'i. T HAVEtlVt Itt tEltEtt X't.AHOB 1 stock of the flneat Falland Wiuvtr Goods ere S:5iwti4itOek'b( 3HOT-. IIT 0 HEADY MAPE CLOTtfiqC, Made In the best style and of the. best material. " All of which JaollaiUtsvO X MO South lllgnitreek THE ; . i j i ' i i M-U'T U A L t ( f Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. ' ( '.' ' - : F. 8. WINSTON, - President. Caah Aaaeta. ''liU)O0i0O0 Income for Current tear, all t;aa1, StftOOiOOO PaMClalnaabr Death, ' - . 6r000r000 Beceipta tram Interest ; alone, - 5O0O)0O0 -V-(iUxW !.';! -i" ' 1 - fill.: ' ' mi.", nr.. V' ' i l . :. ',!:.. ... During Twenty-three years of honorable and tue : -n'. : f'i:- oeaaful business, , . . HE HITUAL LIFE LSIRACE CO., HAS SURPASSED'Alt OTHER AMERICAN LIFE IN SURANCE COMPANIES. ; IPf AMOUNT OF ASSETS (ALL CASH) : . ' IN TBE SUPERIOR CHARACTER and SAFE TY OF ITS INVESTMENTS ; . . IN AMOUNT OF ANNUAL INCOME (ALL ! CA8U.. IN TUB AMOUNT OF DIVIDENDS DECLAR- ED (the last Dividend being larger in amount and . in proportion to premiums paid than baa been de- I dared by any other Life Insurance Company). I -l. I .. .-;! :, ..I I ! I ;, ,; I it , i'i ' r, I .. !. 7i ri.1.1" ;. WITUITS ' " ( : ; UNEQUALED CASH SYSTEM ,; ' and , ANIIJA.I DiriDGNDS, ;t ' ..! It s now pre-eminently ' ' ' :". .i:;';.H . .iv ..... -4 The Leading Lite Insurance Assooi j ation of this Continent, And offers inducements to those contemplating Life " ' Insurance, whicb, it is believed, ; , .' . I. Cannot be Equaled Elsewhere. ' linn. EL1ZUR WRIGHT. Ins. Commissioner of flasa., In a letter ooinineudatury nl the Mutual life's method of making dividends, July 11th, lrtiet, Says: "This method of applying it own experience, an element of prosperity and stability whicb can lardl, fail to make the Leadina Life Insurance As sociation of this Continent; also, the Atodol one of tbe world." I TQK INSURANCE MONITOR for July. 1S84 remarks: 'The career of the Mutual Life has beet been one of steady prosperity for nearly a quarter of a eeuiury, ana it mi lucoeisful Mutual Century, and it may be rightly regarded as the most company la tue world. I THE NEW YORK. INDEPENDENT, of Feb. S5, P64. says: "This Corporation stands at the very bead of all Institutions of its cuus in this country. 1 Superintendent BARNES, in bis report to the legislature of Mow 1 ork, for the year 1K63, says: "Mo sues imperial Dividends tliatot Uie Mutual Life was evor before declared by any American Company.'' (See Resort, pa;e60.) ' . ; For Alrcncies io tho Statu of Ohio, apply to , jtjbhh;! C, Jennings, 1 j GENERAL ACE NT, cr.EVEr.ATVJj,' ' diiio. For applioations ox Circulars with full information - . spid to . FRED. . FAY, - Agent, I ni . . COLUMBUS. i febl7.d3t.od '. WINTER DRESS GOODS. t-i:luj : Isencl Merinos; '; 1 : ii i '.'.IV, in: Empress Cloths; oolvPoplAns; ' '.! v. L II -I . (.I'pl . 'All. ;W6bI! Merino Plaids; Heavy Merino V. '. "do.: ';' ' Delaines; .list! Alpaccas; I I 'I'I I.l If .711 ll'i, rl. 1 -iUi v" tl.n l 1.. f." .v:i. rSc.j! &C. I I)..iI-..:))b :;fiil.lii-4gisj; &no?L i idee "i:: '' I " -i HAM HontHtfigh s.treetv-: Oil fll ii ill :.i'i!i. j -n f T ti ,i! jiiii!'. Jf.ii ii (.in r? .1: i; lTmr u JmlJ Iilul tid LADIES'' CLOAKS . t ii it ii Aacf Immense: :nn'n 1() llol-J! JO !'? l.-.'l Al'.W 7 ! Ti7i;'!tlf . REDUCTION If PRICES I A' aplifudH aisbrtment of tb'i latest 'ind most api- 'ii.; . ii:. Jiroveo aiyiea now icuinc uu r if j 'kt-ii. tj'aa'iij'o'w ;o i o t i'.'i'i; h ...i.'iJ i 'i'i') '.Villi xtij ii.i :viv: j' And greatly under -value.) Aiaronanofar,v0. A An early eall will secure Ihe best. 'ieert i'M,i '-"u '" V."'BAIr ft HOTT; '. boo ft Aits v'J , FofwardinyiCommissnillcrcUant, -1 1 '.-: t lUlr .:rn'. .HlWlJ'. '' Jilfltil ii., . i v.'fl i!t ' GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, iiHOVri.n 0"'iint tuiil yi I'-Hli'iljcv;: WliWES T'OHMTlTB-'aBfclirJ ' that be haa ia.it completed the large and orn enlei)treroof brisk VV arebouae on the west aide oY the HclotOxiver.'tiear -the west end of the Na tional Bridge. JJewnewtweTHjredtqrlhe.iplVT est market price ih CAoh for aU the r AeliWiBtSBeUoiT.re.; B.ihe favorably loeatad i with the river en one side and the Railroad track on the other Side of the House, will y particular at tention to receiving and forwarding all kinda ot pro-. QUMtRfl - - cbbu auvuuwv ipmenU ot produce goioii eiterwor fft. Office on Frank st. close to WflrtKotasfy deoS d6m WM. MON A A. C. BEADLEY & CO., i . i i if '-i,i .'I'M. AT 250 & 252 SOUTH HIGH ST.. , 'I OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK 07 WINTER GOODS AT COST! . ;.i " , .... u .(' at : ., . .. .., , , I ' ' ' ' ': ' : :t ' 1TOJX , THIRTY DATS, i ' "' '. ' i CONSISTING IN PART OF ..,. , ' - . I' . II I I , ' .' RICH . DRESS SILKS, FREXCLT AND ENGLJSI1 MERINOES, Wool" Plaid Poplins, i Empress Cloth and Delaines, CLOAKS & CLOAKINGS, Cloths, Casslmcrcs, ;!': j I ) i: :'l v : " -: '. . Satinetts and Jeans, SHAWLS & FURS. . ' LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S Merinoe Pants and Vests, ' Plain and Plaid Flannels, i '. ' , , .',' '. .,, ' .,. ! - ., .; . v: .:" HOODS, NUBIAS, fCARFS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, &C. i This tale strictly at Cost, as specified. '' ' .1 : i: i A. C. HEADLET CO. r.ba I '! mI.:i POSITIVE HALE OF tfRY GOODS AT o o - is T I GREAT CHANCE i'i,! i,: j -roR- !. I'.. A R GAIN SI HAVING PURCHASED MILLS,- SUwk, we will close the same ont at oost -l!- is.;'j;:..st in . -fit's,...'- !' ill '.Ti71r o f r'-i' I v it T--M-. LKE liOOa FOB A. i.' i ,l n 'I l'l,;.J '. 'M';. HEW-STOCK 'I . .1 '1.1 T'1 .4 iMri:! V I ,' I'.. ;'l ';, lijiji 1 ' I ' V ;: WILL BE'tULAD (TO; WAIT tJFOli hi .'!' l In. .. I OH And. New , Patrons. I'i fi-i'jj -r'l 1 'Vl'ilj l:r:ii ;i1i.,i -l.'i!'-i( 7 J--: f.( v.nn t" "ti i ttin j.i WM. RICH ARDS & CO., .'j'l.i ' ;!.. .....'i;.. .,.. '.''.'"'.. i ,V.lM"-,iI!'')..i '?.' J in '.! i, v.li.'i'ii' ill." vim ouTiTniGn street. - fob7-dly -' V " ' 'i 1 J- !"' "".. n TTT AN J CARPETS. tMiia-i.iliiUi'U' 1 noli -ji . ; ; i .7 ' iii. ;n!!t'i'Vi..ll ...,J ,v TUB OLDlESTABLISHET) DRY GOODS AND A- 'CtTpetTistablishineatef J "v .!..: P J. D. OSBOlilT . CO., .Ja, ieinthiedattteoiaitatid, ' " " f)i;T ",'i.t'.. J "J i-nl-,vi lift '. -i'i 1 ,742, S0Mtl ,Hh , Street, Bvthe nrt arm of that nama, er wnion i J 4ts iKStiiW IB vne managing pi is the managing partner. ' Thancing the oublie for their formec-liberal patronage, audi soliciting a eoatinnanoe ef Jliair. favor, they offer their aifa and wellassorted, stock. . , , T Lowest; :Pri6tif bf , Mha:v Market: -.i.i) V, fill ii.) V v .i...-.ni. i, n-i!,U.ii' ' . .-.ii. , To facilitate the closing of tbe business of the old - lira), all rrai. all nrn-som IndektM te u.-pvetuil as real U.iwataua aa Faktu. ary 1.1, ma, are rn""" w u a. yuv rv 1st. ; eblfi-dim Ml The Great .Strengthening ''.Tonic. (NOT A WH1SKT PREPARATION.) HOOFLAXD'S GERMAN BITTERS WILL CCBK '.'"'.' MltlLITV! IIKKIMTYII , ' if Resulting from any cause whatever. - l H Prostration of the system,' Induced by Severe Hardships, Exposure, revers, of Diseases of Lamp Life. Koldiers. Citisens, Hale or Female, Adult or Youth, will find in this bitters a pure 'lunio, not dependent on bad liquors for their almost miracu lous effects. . , ' . O y: ;. Dvspepsia and di'iasos resulting from Disorders of the Liver and Digestive Orirans, are cured by Hoofland's German Bitters. This Bitters has per formed more Cures, gives better satisfaction, has m ire testimony, has more respeotable people to vouch for it. than any other article in the market. We def; efy any one toeoMradlct tnia assertion, ana r $1,000 to any one who will produce a owtf will ear Kabi. n,.Ki,.hrl h.n.ihut ! rnt senuine. l.n,l. Crmft. IttllArr. will Atire averrcase of ChrOU IlUOl- ic or Nervous Debility, and Diseases of the Kid neys. Observe tbe following symptoms resulting from disorders of the digestive organs) Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to tbe Head, Acid ity of the Htomaoh Jtauaea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stoma-rh, Honr Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Hwimmina of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at tbe heart. Chok ing or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Post ure Dimness of Vision. DoU or Webs before the Sight, Frver or Dull Pais in (he Head. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin eM Pain in the Hide, Buck, Chest Limbs Sudden Flushesof Heat, Burning in the 1'lesn, Constant imaginings of E vil, and great Depression of Spirits. Remember, that tU Bittur it not AUKnhoUo, enntaini no Jium or WAUty, and cannot makt Drnnkardt.but ' bett Tonie in tht World. Read who says so : From Rev. W.' 1), Boigfrled. Paator of Twolftb Baptist Church, Philadelphia. GgMTlgMiKs I have recently been laboring un der the distressing effects of Indigestion, accompa nied by a prostration of the nervnua system.' Na merous remedies were recommended by friends, and some of them totted, but without relief. . X our Hoofland's German Hitters were recommended by persons who had tried them, and whose favorable mention of these Bitter, induced me to try them. 1 must or nfesr that Ihsd an aversion to Patent Med icine, from tbe "thousand and ono" quack 'Bit ters," whose only aim seems to he to palm off sweet ened and drussed liquor upon trie community In a sly way, and the tondency of which, 1 fear, is to make many a oonfiruied drunkard. Upon learning that yours was purely a medicinal preparation I took it with happy effoct Its action, not only Upon the stomach, but upon tbe nervous system, was prompt and gratifyifcg. I fool that I have derived great and permanent benefit trom tbe -use Of a fear bottles. VeryreypctfuMy yours, ' . W. D. SKIGFR1ED. Mo. 64 dhackamaxon st. From the Rev. E. D. Kendall. Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoofland's German Bitters, and fee) It my privilege to recommend tbem as a most valuable tnnio, to all who are sufiering from General Debilitvor trout dis eases arising from derangement of he Liver. J ours truly, E. D. FENDALL. (From Rev. Wm. Bmitb, formerly Pastor of the Vincentown and Millvilla.N.J , Baptist Churches. Having used in my family a number of bottles of your Hoofland's German Hiltors, I have to say that I regard them as an excollent medicine, specialty adapted to remove thediscaee. they are recom mend ed for. They strengthen and invigorate the system when debilitated, and are useful in disorders of the liver, loss of appetite, Ac. 1 have also recommend ed them to several of mr friends, who have tried therand fonnd them greatly beneficial in the restor ation of health. Yours truly, . WM. SMITH, SCO Hutchinson it., Philadelphia. ' Beware of Counterfeits. See that tbe signature of "l. M. JACKSON" is on the wrapper -of each bottle. Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do not be put off by any of the intoxioatinc preparations that may be offered in its place, but lend to us and!we will forward, securely packed, by express.. Principal Office and Manufactory, . No. 631 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa, . . I , 'i i ; ' JOJVES ic EVANS, . : (Successors to C Al. Jaokson A Co..! . i Proprietors. For snle'fr Drnggists and Dealers in oveTy town in the United Stales. - deol6'd3tawAweowly ; F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX, ; ( IMPOnTEKS, : itiXt WUOLKSALK AMD BBTalL DEALEBS IN Witches, Clocks and Jewelry. , . : . . ..'-also, in-: . . ' . .; Pooket Catlery , Tools, Materials, Notions, Gold Silver and Steel Spectacles, and Fancy . , i'.. .. i ii- .Wares.,, i. :, -. OUR FACILITIES ' Al IMPORTERS enable u. to aupply the Jobbing Trade at the most lavorable rates of any establishment in the country., ,,,,, .. . - Repairing' Done with Neatness and Dispatch h ' I', A. AU I.E.MIIJEREUX, ! ; NO. T l SOUTH HIGH ST., ' ColumbuB) Ohio. n8-dlyeod ,:: ' ' " . ! .) FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. lJ. a v i e s; I-. MANDFAOTCKtB Of . Portable and Stationary Engines, CROSS-CUT OS DRAG SAWS AND CIRCULAR i : . sawing machines,;;." ; ivCOTTg! Oil UUOon ' uANDLE IV lathes. Threshing Macliihes, Mowers and Koapcrs. Iron Vaults and Safes, Sugar Mills, Mill Works, Horse Powerk, Grating and- Fenoing, Brass and Iron Castings, Ac, do. ;.::.. ; . ; ,; 'AU, Klndij "of , Rojja,5rng at t?librt .Mice. '. I '..', ! r" : . ;. ',' Broad. Street, Corner of State Avenue - ". ' i COL.V9IBU8, OHIO. . 'lan8-diyeod i.i'. .'!-,' i .j vu: sv .?,(. ; FOR SALE. TOE' AMERICANOTEL BnLDIXG, COLUIVIBUS, OHIO, i THI5 ' BlTILlylTVC KJSOXVTt Al THE AMERICAN HOTEL, on the Northwest cor ner of H ish' and State streets, owned by Robert W j MoCoy, deceased, la now offered for sale - For many years past it lias boon. occupied as an Hotel, and fa vorably known to the public on account of its posi tion fronting tbe Capitol of the State. The build ing is In eouipleM ropairv and Conveniently arranged for a First-Ciass Hotel, H has a front of S3 feet on Uigb street, and la? j feet on Stnte street. To any one desirous of making an investment, either aa an Hotel or otherwise, there is note belter opportunity afered in tbe West, -n .. If net disposed of as an Hotel, it will be divided into separate. compartments for store rooms and offi ces, and offered to the public ."; -' i-i.n.:.i or aliy. information required, I will be found air ways in mv office in Una Auenoaa Hotel. J;V. . febl8-dtf-Q : , , W, A. MoOOY, Trustee, YOUNG AND RELIABLE HAT.; CAP AND FUR STORE . . .i :? i, . M .!iu ' i ' ,"i l li;,. ' : :. i rti .-c of "the lilacls, Dear. (Vtl STOCsttll' t)BS I fMsl MOST J Complete ever brought to tbe oity,oonslsting la part of .""i i'-'i t!-ii 1'ij i '"ii vi, j )-.. BleK - tlarfe Fllakv. Frvatae. HetHo. o! KattlrroU Iltch, Staler ITIlnk., CARRIAGE and 8LEtGB ROBEand all kiada of .Uoed aajtflrstelass IMdFiirSre.,... Ohio Statesman. Ohio Statesman. [From the N. Y. Evening Post. (Rep.) Feb. 20.] The President's Veto. The President states bis objections to the new reedmen's mireau Dili witn so mucn (Hpnlty, and Attliesame time with so much force of conviction, that they will command, we trust, the carelul consideration of Con gress. These objections are substantially the same as were urged in this journal at the time the bill Was first presented to the Senate, but they are urged more at length, with more elaboration, and with a fuller understanding of the subject. - v- Some provision for the protection of the freed men during their transition from bond age to freedom is imperatively necessary ; some authority that will shelter the poor creatures suddenly cast upon new and untried Held of lite, from the ancient prej udices of caste, from the brutal and venom raous hatreds generated by the barbarism of slavery, and inflamed by tbe resentments of war; some power that shall saflto the people who were lately In arms against). -a benign and inoffensive government whose sway their own statesmen confessed to be the mildest on earth, that : humanity, jus tlee and right shall b done; some band that shall hold up in a conspiouous light the great truth that government is not the privilege ot few, but the right of the many; and it has seemed to us that no device was better adapted to this end than the institu tlon- ot the Freeduien's Bureau. During the war it had done a great deal of good, in spite ot some incidental evils, and It was likely to coutinoeoiDg good, until the pert turbations and effervescences of Southern . society had subsided, and, the' regular ma chinery bf the Federal and State Govern mentsnad resumed an effective operation. We were' pleased, therefore fco see Mr. Trumbull's 'motion for' a continuance of the plan of the Bureau, amended as to its de fects,', and enlarged in some respects as to its powers. It proposed practical legisla tion, not theory; but there were neverthe less some features of Mr. Trumbull's bill that struck us as not only unwise but dan gerous. We described them in these words: "To the first four sections there is per haps no objection, as they merely intend to open the public lands to the occupation Of the new citizens created by the release of the slaves. Yet we confess that the author ity given to the Secretary of War to issue fuel; clothing, Ac, to destitute refugees and freed men, is one that may be easily abused. . It ought to be restricted both as to the time and manner in which the relief is to bo furnished, and to those persons only w ho are unable to labor, to save tbe in tended beneficiaries from depending upon the Government Instead of depending upon themselves.' The one great lesson to be taught the emancipated laborers now, is to take care-of 'themselves. ' Hitherto they have been like children dependent upon their masters, but hereafter they are to be men trusted with their own support and guidance. ' 'In view of this principle the sixth sec tion seems to us of doubtful utility. It provides that the Commissioner of the Bu reau, under the direction of the President, procure by grant or purchase such lands as may be needful Jor the support of de pendent refugees and freedmen, and bnild thereon suitable asylums and schools. This not only Involves a considerable outlay of money, wnicn we can ill afford, at this time, but it . contemplates Uie- conversion of the bureau into an eleemosynary and educa tional establishment. Bat if the refugees and freedmen are to be supported by tbe Government the duty should be cast upon the State Governments, and ,if they are to be-educated,' let voluntary" societies' be formed for the purpose. Not a particle of good is likely to be accomplished. Dy ,tbe bureau in this way, while a false system will be introduced, which it may not be easy to correct. If we issue to the depen dent classes of the South fuel, clothing and provisions, it would seem to be enough, and indeed is a great deal more than we do. 6r ovtghtto do, for tbe dependent classes of the Aorta, i ; - i ' - i : ,,v "The clause, again, confirming the pos sessory titles of the negroes to the lands taken by them on : the Sea, Islands, under General Sherman's I special military order No. 15, deserves a more mature considera tion than it seems to have .obtained," &&, &C.' t -i.i ni - .! ": :: Te understand. Ihe, view we have taken to be still the view of the President. lie does nob object to the Freeduien's Bureau itself, on the. contrary be commends its ser vices dttrlng the war; but he objects to certain features ot it that are not only not needful to Its efficiency, but that introduce dangerous powers -and Influences. He thinks that it confers too mnch patronage on the Executive, that it calls for a need less introduction of the military arm, that It creates irresponsible civil tribunals, and that it is likely to undermine the feeling of self-reliance which it is so important to cultivate in the hearts of the new class of citizens. , , : .-i. ? -,i Congress itself will see at a glance that these are no frivolous but very solid object tions, and, while insisting upon the meas ure itself, will no doubt modify the sections at which they are levelled.. The clauses of the bill granting legal powers to the Com missioners were borrowed from a very bad prccedent-i-tha Fugitive Slave, law and can bo easily changed so as to render the Bgents of the , bureau responsible to the regular courts." The military provisions of it may also be. . restrained aud softened;: while thoe sections which turn the bureau into an eleemosynary establishment and provide for education," Ac, ought to .be forthwith' stricken out. The operation of the whole scheme ought also to be limited as to time. It is not meant to be a perma nent, but a transitory institution, a provis ion made; ran an exigency, and to guard against wrong anq abuse, while the normal forces of society are yet 1q suspense." As. sbon as the communities in which it is in tended to operate shall do Justice to all their citizens, its Irregular action and , interfer ence should be withdrawn. , ' . . We sav that the leemosyiiary and edu cational clause ought to be striken out at once, oecause uu uu punuiyiu vi law, jus tice, humanity, or common sense, are such provisions to oe approved. The freedmen, llkeevery other class of bitflj!en,' niUBt lfl, proteoted in their : right j that is the. one duty and one function pf government; that the sentiment of the wbelw North demands ; that the General Government must d ujtfU the sentiment of tht insurrectionary States rrn DeLs their local Govemirrcnta. to. do it : but the freedmeu are entitled to no prlvil-J eges, aua, anove an, to none winen revotu-' tlonize the entlre theory and practice of onf-d institutions, ana wnicn wouia .conrert them. not1ntoanarttv,1rrdu8trious, thriv inz. intelligent srd uefollass, bat into a bod v of lazzatohl atid pauper. ni-.iU t l;v , It should not be forgott that tbe intore: Freedman8 Bureaus we) bave the less, ere sbaULhave of that private effort! which ii now doing so wonueriuuy well, ana wnicn . is destinea to ao mnniceiy more, x ne more Freed wen's Bureaus vre bavetiie -i leu we shaU have ot free men: ,ampng ; the Jatej siavefM ,i.A- Y-' pcmM68! ,fe)t i healthy, native, constitution, their long ', traifxin'to labo, t'he'if b.ttiek ' Iriflf Htlve fao-'i iiltieA'theirJ-W) tiiotlVas- ta.'erierDrlaa,i the freedmeu will grow.inyQp.Et-.UfKUu lM A t f 1 ('It :i ....! u.'.-a I ,..' Already,,, we-are told by. General., j , - - . . .... - , , . , ,i- rrir i I 1 1 ' J "P; Catch at Industry, and demand education; and when- aflairs are a little more? settled ther will do even better.' But teach them" to depend Opfm Government aid, to look to1' the orflceru pot bter them and not to their ' own still and energy tor euricese, and they Will inevitably degenerate into mere drones and make-wjefghts. ,, . ,, ,:, , Congress, With a little. foresight an q con sideration, may preserve whatever W vain-' able in the new bill, and ref avoid the se- ' , rions artd indeed fatal Dbjwtlws, which we are giaa tue fresiacnt Has nd the sagacity and firmness to expose. But above all things, it should be careful not to embarrass and clog the great amendment, which to , the One achievement of the war,, with . an jr ' unconstitutional; apts, (rjaade notniually.ln, pursuance, of It, Dut really to its detrl- '1 ment. : 1 ! -in n ji i.nl ' ' The Republican Programme. wpeq. tbe .wisest ot meu said "there Is,f) nnflttnol. . HAW . llntav. , f I.A t m )t li ma, 1.1 "Hf'S'l fVf)i liMW,l ,W Ji-Hj M.IWHIl,,j Bwm'i. uy uireywn. BiryivpneiMj vuhqo, , to this epllghtaned period ( the plaeteeuth,,! ; centjry..:;The progree of the art aad tcy ' "W .reforms Jn religion aud gorernraent-,.' , have, in our day and generation, produced results Boveitieast, not invariahly pen; eflcial and wise. ,, Yet, with all our, boasted ( advancement iu knowledge, the circle, ot . human, wisdom, is not toe large adrpit the' general applioatiou of the maxim at ', the present time. Since hurnn. nature Is the same in every age, subject, ;.tp'. tbft'same, ( passions, Influenced, .by the sme ciotlves '.I n(l nnnlrkllot K , 1, uama .n,,,M...ltAn. history, "in the tide of tlmejonly repeats itself, portraying the vices or virtues of the existing generationin the record f a. for mer. For this reason, history has been aptly '' styled "philosophy teaching by example." ' Even the, programnie of the Eepijblican',, party for Uie restoration of tbe Union, is,, not, entirely ; original. Although . it, has reached the summit, of human folly, and , vindlctiveness, it has a counterpart, a model . in history. It is related that Procrustes, a', noted robber of Attica, measured, bis cap-. ( tives by his bed, and if too long, he cut , them shorter, hut if too short, he stretched . them to the requisite length. This is pre- J cisely what the Republican party are at-' tempting, to do with the South. . Tho plan ( of tbe robber is. congenial to.thelr. hearts, and they thirst for a more extended appll- , cation of it. ' . ' ' " . The Republican party have agreed ' upon ' a plan, and are determined to tit the South- -em people to its dimensions. . ' Accoording-. ; ly. JefL Davis is too long ; his head must be taken off, and fixed Upon a spike, where ' the strong-minded daughters of Ne'er Eng- I land can goad hit disloyal tongne with bod- , kins to satisfy their pious hatred.. Ditto with Beauregard; he corked up the valiant Butler, who loughtthe rebels more eflectu- 1 ally at the point of the spoon than at the ) point of the "bayonet. . ,-,, (; Alexander 11. Stephens must be stretch ed five or six inches. And, indeed there is scarcely a man, woman or child in the'-1 Southern States, whose dimensions are ex- aotly such a .required by tbe Kepubllcau , programme. , . , . .. ... . This plan is simple and- efficacious, war ' ranted to cure or kill: True,J it' involves ' much labor and lea very severe remedy-, i ut desperate cases require deepcrate renir , edies; Ben. Butler, Thad. Stevens, Charles, Sumner and id omne oenu,whose ruling pas-1 1 ion is malice, would carry out ' this pro-'i, gramm) to the very letter, asking no com- pensatioa for their -labor of love, but the rnusic of the groans of the tortured rebels. Tried by the law of the land, a large per-' centage of the Southern people : would e-" cape punishment; But under the triuravl-'; rate above named, "treason would be made j Odious." Dunysius once hanged a man for dreaming of taking his life ; Butler, Sta-" yens and Sumner' would willingly hang I fian or woman tor dreaming of giving aid nd comfort to the rebellion ! i The attempt or the Kepublicana to tarow i he odium of their measures on the Kadi- alt won't do, The Uadicals belong to and ct with, the BepubUcan party; they' are nlv the advance guard of the cohorts of1 enubllcanhra. - The Republicans pat the" ttadlcals.'on' the back and hiss them on- against the President and his policy., Only j a jew days ago, Wendell Phillips, speaking under the auspices and by invitation1 of a 1 Repunlrcah' orgairfzatkih'yenoiMoed : thad President as a "traitor more infamous than f i mold," and ,tlie "large , and intelligent", j udience. ,of Rpublicans greeted the Sentiment of the speaker with "toi atii1 long eontlmed itpplaus.n Thad. Stevens ifct Vjo lead the Republican party in Congress ( andthe whole pack follow in their wake, . If , a Democratic journal suggest that those fellows be brought o their sensed 'de p riving them ot fat offices which they. eo- I Joy, lo l and behold I the entire tribe: of j Conservative (?) Republican sheets,, bark. , and snarl most furiously at the hare' sag gertion. What! deprive the Radlc&ls'of (l office! ' Monstrous I "A felkow-fletllngii makes us i wondrous kind,?? and, r from the., amount, of sympathetic, Ink shod, by th,e. conservative Republicans' ltf 'support of (he claims of tm' Rad (cal an on pretadleed ' nd candid observer would icdnolude: thatt the dtll'ureuoe between, tb radical and pon-i Bervative Republicans was about as ma terial as the difference between' tMdUOUrki knd tuxedU dec... , The .counsel, apdwpport 6t Democratic journals are met by cries of 'omce.w" j " -J'" v.-,.,r I It is not to' be expected nbat meUr Whoii ttre incapable ot eoncoivlng of any higher, motive than office or patronage In the regu lation of their own conduct, should attrib ute any higher or purer motive to other Suppose it were true, that the DeuiocrAay, pa supporting the policy of (lohnsoo, ,want,i bt&oe. is it not quite as natural and politic , 6r the President to give the places of trust . nd emolument 'to those' who sustain ats -cause and indorse his policy, as to those whou vilify Wmsolf and. repudit.'hia,ir)lky,r Ought the Presidenf trust bis enemies or his frlendsP.But.-h Xwfttrip..partr is loflueneed pV no such motives. President (Johnson will And Conservatives enougbiln Itha Republican ' rati k,' it eonservatisrrv ls made a eoaditton pracedent to holding bukel) under him.! Republican .principle have, a,, close alunity to the pocket. And a Conser vative or Radical Is ever .willing1 and' ready" ''"H-fo'eo, the stipple hlageir i)f b'OWf ti ! When Aiit wiU tolloa'aerittaf .',',(,. ) Mj 1o The Republictti)-PSftr gained power through the dissensions In' the Democratic Tanksv.i It never was strong ki ittaelf: tite iucongruous elements which .compose it,, have ,uo, natural,' afllnUy for eacl 'other,'' Their onlr hope of political ellsterfcd lies' In preventing- a restoration Of this Unions The Repnblioan, ;party undertook to'Teud, this ,Uolou asunder, but their efforts ar0 . vain,' the sections will close on them as ihe" L. i A rich crnlrl rpcrliin la Vonnrtoil Inaf. HI.. Ic'overerf aboht 18 mites from Pahama hrtd a toilet from the tuilr oad. . Califoriiln tutn-i effluepojt: thft (JeyeJopmecta exfiejdingly, rich. ,