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FRIDAY MOAHtJIO,--i --4M AH.
- In Senate, yesterday, Mr.
atlowlnjf bOla of exception In cases tieibrt
r.Jastlces of the Peace where no Jury tria'
,fcrf Ven had, m well, aa where one ha?
. beta had, aa the law now prescribe, w
, Ptd. ,.,4.,.-..- ,!.t;.'- . t !
Mis Dickxt offered a. resolution against
,r the Jocatkoij ot new Penitentiary, on tht
. around that the present one was sufficient,
. and If ao t could easily be , eularged, the
0Sa4e, owning tea acre of .land -adjoining
tha Prison, which would be f no use to
thSUteif anew Prison, was buliu The
resolution was referred,. the committee
vw tftatrabjeek? j. r, aY.-i i-'.i - " ' .V:'f -.
X QTha invitation, to accept a banquet t
fttbe members. and officers, ol the LegMa
. tare, tendered by the a ty Council of Co
e Iambus, was accepted byvboth houses o
o.lHlwdaj.next-) .,i;--..t . - .'. .
.T , -la Jawa, the question of, rebuilding th-;
u Central . Lunatic. Asylum on Its preset 1
aite was extensively discussed and , with
nbeayy lobby against It, was agreed, tob.i
the large majority of yea .63, nays 30. ,
ejIli5Tha bill of Mr. Naw JtMf, Tequlring clt
clerks and city afreet commissioners ra n
looted by the peopkv was passed.'
A resatatlon 16 -tender tbe-tise'of the ba
of site Hooaa to Lvcrf Stohv t dellter
laetiut jWoWasaea's Rights, failed to it
.-aelve the two-tf-drds Tote. required, ,
Vence was fost. , i . ,' '
THURSDAY, January 28, 1869.
THURSDAY, January 28, 1869. SENATE.
PBESIDENT called the Senate t
order at tea o'cloelt.abv"'- -jn
D.h. ika Po Jnhn W. White. (
r.,-ijw " J - - - , ' -
Ttl-lAr nfianel. OilnmBus. '
- Mr. ORIS WOLD rose and stated that b
riVU Indisposed part of the day yesteraaj
and some Senator had. In his absence, kind
i nKainui lni)rflnlt leave of absence fp
n fctof -bat that be was now in bis seat, an 1
InU-naea to oe mere at u nmra, ucu yv
Bible, during the sessions of the Senate.
The PRESIDENT 'presented the
-.la comaaaicaUoa,"which was referred t
a telect committee of three Messrs. Hutch
eaon,Teoman and King1: " .
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, O., January 28, 1869.
.Jjit iI.-Hr.Le. dJattevont Governor, a i,
PrmideiU of the Senate of Ohio; , "
Dka Sia: At a meeting of the Cltv
Cotmc1Kbr the cHyof Columbus, held Jan
aarr 25Ui, 1869, it was ananiniously resolv
. d to tender to the officers and members o'i
' ih funeral Assembly the hospitalities c -
' the City of -Columbus, and to that -end tb
ciutdenfgaed' were- appointed a tiommitte
. to Invite you and the body over which yo
"' -preside, to partake of a banquet at A mix
-HiL n tha eveniac of February 2. 1S69.
', We-bave the bonoi to request that yo ',
"-will lay this communication oeiore you
f aenarabla body at your earliest conveu
-Jenoav Lour- .vt'. r- W 1 .hvna
. 1 P0HALD80W, . ,
' W. L. Rosa, ": '
erft JtI ;ri j7! .' ;t Jaiobs PAraasow,
hll vd batu ' n- Jacob Bmkb ard, f ,
, . Thomas Bbrouc.. ,
Board of Education of Mi! ford School Dis
strict No. 1 Miami township,,. Clermont
eonntv. for a law authorizing said Board
'to borrow money and Issue bonds berefor.
Referred to the committee on Schools and
ificheoi Lands.-!- . '
By 1 r. KENNET !Petftlon of 88 citl-
aens oi aionijroincry cuuDtj, mr w w
authorize the Commissioners of said eoan-
ty UbuUd abridse across the Miami river,
at a point five," miles north of the cltyot
1 Dayton, 'commonly known as "Peeper's
By Mr BUXCHESON PetiUon of Da
"ld Jenkins and 600 other colored citizens
-of Franklin county, Cor a.emain amend
' ment to the act regulating colored schools.
'Referred to the, committee, on Schools and
6 School Lands J '
4tiflM1 m him tH,.4wn nvrt-trsrtH ' I
a . &jLXomtJ Mr. DANGLER fpr'
the Internal management, of railroads-:
Referred to the committee on theJndic-j
,11 PeM &h Pj jur aioi wiAixi ao i -
further define the duties of county Sur
v.tnnL Referred to the committes on th
Xasflafyni(5rff! !' ( i !'"' 2"' K
uorize the board of education of the inde
rendent school district of BoeH's, Lowell.
cWaabltigtoa Mouoty, to levy , a tax., lie
iferred to the ..committee . on .Common
Bchouls and School Lands: "J ' J , '
' 8. B. No. 294 To amend section one Of
ikaaetaanaingtbajurisdictlon and regula
,, ting the practice! Probate Courts passed
darch 1 1853V as amended Msy 1, 1854.
Referred to tne committee oh the Judiciary.
Ko29l, reported: by' Mr.- EVER.
ETT, from, toe Judiciary committee To
amend section 93 of the act of the jurisdic
tion nd procedure before Justices of the
- peaeei, ah(t of the duties of constables In
eivUJCXMtrta, passed March 14,18&, was
read the thind time,, and ' -
On tootion of Mr: EVERETT,' was laid
tba tables 1tt-)isr. 'r .'tmi.
B. B. No. 307, by Mr. SCRIBNER Sop
' (plementary to the act to authorize tba re
ceivers of insolvent railroad companies to
"sell unfinished road beds and franchises,
tpassealMayi 14,1863. -''.;-i-.i r.u . u i .
The intention of this bill is to perfect the
law of last winter upon the same subject.
a-SJBi No; 308,. by Mr. DOWDNEY--To
-authorize the-board ot edn cation of MH
) ford school district No. 1, Miami township,
Clermont county, to Issue bonds and bor
row money to build a school bouse In said
esUstriCi '., -:..
ilj S. B. No.ffijg, by Mr. BIGGS-To con
firm the rights' pf the purchasers and their
'assigns of the stook held by the State of
Ohio in tornjUka companies, and to pro-
, THIS Wr.WV BltpuUUUH UJ. AUfUpiKQ
panles pf the proceeds arising from the
sale or' condemnation' Of any portion of
UtMtrrbadsv 'i . . ?7v --y. 'i . I
6.B Jav31Q.by Mr. DANGLER-: Au
thorizing county commissioners and city
"vottncils to aid' and encourage Industrial
-schools and abUdren's hemes for thabene
jjaoAaleotad anddeftUuta children,, ;
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
-af having been, sailed homo by
telegram announcing' the severe Illness
of a member of bis ramily, was granted
'todefiaitft leave of absenea nvn e .i w
Y 8.BvNo!'s ?8a and 274, were severally
taken from the committee of the Whole,
and referred w tne .committee on ixoaat
WI Highways;-- -t " -. : f
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.
r' .Oh snotioa of Mrw CARTES, tha Senate
.resolved Itself into committee of the Whole
on the orders of the day Mr. Burrows in
'thsehair. ' After some time spent in the
'swsMidoratkM ot several bills, tba ocnmlc-
toe rose, reported progress, and bad leave
to sis. again.
-l-hi-Senate then took A recess.' ! !
Tba FKESIDTENT called the' Senate to
eordexatiarae a coeavi r i:vo-r, !
H. B, No, 417 was taken irom the com
nil, tea of the, Whole and referred to the
uimittea on Common Schools and School
6,i8B. No waa takea fxomvtbe ubto,
and referred to tne committee on reef anj
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
rf jte 'mabltiee' oh' Eorm' Vsrm' was
sjrraatdA lasiva ta ttrdurlng i tbasassioba of
sva ncnatfl w"wrraw aou aexiaay ,r.t
j,., The eommiWeeon NewPenlteoUary was
granted leave to sit durlsg the same tttue.
Sergeant-at-Arms uuuwiiler had- leave
stf ahsfoa tor tbe same Use(oaccmpsiiy
the last-named aaimlttoa,
Ht, KJ.3IG bad leave , of abttnEe1 forthi
stXna- time, and hl(. mau.iann
TlUr.lCAlITJiii; until Monday next n,.m
.Aliltfda iraTKTa!oLjiat6iii!jaBi rsokw .!i
Mr. GQBIBXKUtiiinaMj tkf Jbdldsryl
eommluce, reportea kmc o. . u. no. n,
relative to Ihe claim ot the State of Ohio
against John Paul, and recommended Its
adoption. f ' 1 .' '
; The resolution was then adopted yeas
27. navs nonev .1 . t i
; The preamble was then amended as rec-1
m .... rln'l K. .V, ..' ..!. " r n. . . T
VUJUJCliUCU J bUO WUllUllflfCV, IUU Tf
spreed to as emended.
The resolution as adopted confers on the
Attorney General authority to settle the
State's claim oh the aald John Paul.
CENTRAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.
H.J.K. No. 113 Providing- tor the re
building of the Ohio Central Lunatic Asy-
lam on its nreaent site, was read, and i
,Oa moUon of Mr. DUTCH ESON,' re
ferred to the committee on Benevolent In
stitutions. - - - - -
Mr. HUTCHESON, from the " selet t
committee, to whom was referred the
communication of the Council of the city
ot Columbus, inviting the members and
officers of the Senate to partake oC a ban-
que to bo given by said City Council to
tne uenerai Assemoiy on Tuesday evening
next, reported the following resolution :
Jfetofeed, That appreciating the hospi
tality of the city of Columbus, the Capital
' of ourState, the Senate accents the invita
tion to attend said banquet, and greets the
City Council with warm., wishes for the
wel fare "of their cltv.
" The resolution was adopted by the fol
lowing vote?:; : -,1 . . : t
Ykas Messrs. Berry, Biggs, . Burrows,
Cambeil. Carter. Dickey. Dowdnev. Em.
mitt, Everett, Godlrey, Golden. Hutche
son, Jamison, Kinjr, Lawrence, May, On
derdonk. Potts, .Rex. Scrlbner. Simmons.
Stedman, Torrence, , Wood worth. Ye iman
o . v. ... . . . I
' Nats Messrs. Evans, Oris wold and Kess
ler 8.' y i ' -v; . . . J y.. ) -. t
BILLS OF EXCEPTIONS BEFORE JUSTICES.
' 8. B. N. 281. by Mr. EVERETT "to
amend section 93 ot the act of the iurisdic
.jtlon and procedure, before justices of the
' peace, and of the duties of constables in
civil courts, passed March 14, 1863, wag
taken from the table.
- -This bill provides for the allowance of
: uiiis vi cjbcepiiuii in cage ueiure jusiires
of the peace where no jury trial has been
' had, as well as where one has been had, as
the law now provides. 1
The question being on the passage of the
' i Mr. BURROWS moved to refer it to
select committee . of one with instructions
, to amend so as to provide that whenever
. eitner party, during tne trial, snail require
'time to prepare a bill of exceptions, the
justice shall appoint a time when the same
snail na tetuea ana signeo, not more tnan
nve days irom the day or trial.
' The motion was agreed to, and the bill
referred to Mr. Burrows as such select com
' mitreerfho reported the same back amend
. ed as instructed. - . - .
The amendment was agreed to, and . the
bill as amended was passed by the lollow
inrvotet lj ' ,j I
:.h Yeas Messrs. Berry Biggs. Burrows,
CanBDbn lHDPlr, U-vans., Jwerett. Uol
den, Griswold, Kesler, King. May, Potts.
'Sex. Seribner, Simmons, Stedman, Wood-
wori n, ' X eoman l .
H 'Nats Messi a. Carter. Dicker. Dowdnev.
., Jiiinmltt, - loairey, juutcneson,. ivennej
. Kraner, jLawrence. Underaonk lu.
... MrTDICKEY' offered S. ..J. R: No. 74 as
Whkrkas, The capaeltyof the present
Ohio Penitentiary ror the safe ana eonven
lent keening of prisoners Is 1.160; and . .
..Wbkreas, There are but LQ40. convicts
now in saia renitentiary; ana -
t-i- 'WHMWAey The Legislature has author
lzed the- purchase ot H) acres of ground
adjoining the present Penitentiary, which,
' nndersaid antbority, das been purchased.
and "will be of little.' or no avail to the
: State,' should a new Penitentiary be built
oisewnere; ana-i, - , :.,r,;.. 5 i . ,..
i.Whxreas. There Is no nressinc demand
' for additional prison room; theretore be it
Besoivttfr bf the General Atsembly of ihe
utate or vnioi mat it is inexpedient to se-
c leet or locate a new penitentiary site dur
ing the present year. . r t- '
' ' On motion of Mr. DlCKEY.the resolu'
tlon was laid ori the table.' ' "
- The Senate then adjourned. ' f. -
MORNING SESSION. PETITIONS PRESENTED.
Mr. THOKNHILL The petition of J. G.
Uunnickhouse and 110 other citizens of
Coshocton county, asking the location ot
4he new Penttentiary at the city of Coshoc
ton, In sain county. , ' -t
Mr. ULLEBY The petition of A. J. Roe
and 29 other citizens of Miami county.ask
ing the legalization oi 10 per cent. Interest
on contracr'i - --.i n !
Mr. HILL, of Fulton The petition of E
L. Barber and 110 other citizens of Pultoa
county on tne same suDject.
Mr. HOWARD The petition ot J. S'.An
kerry and 63 other citizens of Green eoun
ty, on same subject.., r t a. -
. JM r J! l lvtl 1 he petition ot WJJ.Xoung
ana 7U otner ciuzenB oi urown county, on
same snbtect; i ri:,: ;-.v v.1-:. -J r ,
, Mr.; PARKS The petition of citizens of
Sandusky county, on same subject. . .
Mr. GASTON The : petition of " J. L.
Martin' and- 33 other citizens of Butler
county, on same aubject: on- 't x .u
- air. ;xuau-ine petiuon ot x: w. wood
an448otht3r citizens of il organ county, on
son and 100 other citizens of Meigs county.
praying tor relief trum damage sustained
by the Morgan raid.' , , i
l Mr. SKAATS-The petition Of tV. W.
Stein and 200 ether citizens of Hsmilton
county;' asking tha legislation of ten per
,,cent, interest on contracts. - r-
Mr. GORPOK-r-The petition of 8. &.
Heller and tf' other citizens of Henry
on same-SublectJ.' 'i-1 li"'-''---,
Mr. DUNGAN Tbe petition of H. a
iundy .and 46 oiher.citizent. oi.Jacksog
county,1 asking tbe passage ot a law to au
thorize the trustees of Milton township, in
said county, to levy a tax upon the taxable
property bf said township sufficient to pay
off tbe indebtedness of- said township. Ret
"ferred to Mr. Dungan.
- Mr. CANNON The petition of D. C,
Goodsell and 202 citizens of Bainbridge
.township, Geauga county, asking tbe re
, moval of -tbe seat of - justice from
Chardon"toBurton,.ln said county, and to
'allow the same to be determined by ballot
at the spring election of 1869. -1 . -
Also, the petition of 1.700 other citizens
of the same county, on the same subject.
" Mr. MOFFETT The remonstrance ot C
''A J. Cooper and 13 other citizens of Knox
county, against tbe legal izatloniot. ten per
.cent, interest on contract. . . ...
. Mr. CANFIELD The remonstrance of
a majority ot the voters of Geanga county
against the removal of the seat of justice
from its present location in said eouuty. .
Mr. DILWORTH-i-The memorial of the
TTrusteei of Miami University, asking the
attention of the Legislature to the present
condition of said institution, and that the'
State may take steps to make if .more use-
,tulr S- t,, t.tl -' .'.;!.! t:jr,r!',' .7--.-( i
' Mr. ODELL The .remonstrance ot lj.
D. Sprague and others against the repeal
of tbe act creating the office ot Railroad
- jnr trA.xui-rj.ue pennon oi a. xnraii,
M-D and. 90 other, cltens of Licking
county, asking an amendment of the med
ical law so as to exclude all persons from
practicing-tnediclDe who are not gradu
ates t some respectable school t jned
cine,,. I- i - . i--- . . . (.,. ,.
. Mr. BRONSON The petition of S, Shaw
and 81 other citizens of Medina county, on
same subject, i j i-ur imh. .-
-Mr. FITCH The petition of G. AJ Dix
, on and 16 other citizens ot Brown county,
asking the lettallzation of ten per cent, in
terest on contract. " . :..; ..,
Mr. ROSS The petition of O.L. Hough
ton and 66 other citizens of Franklin coun
.ty, on the same subject, all of which were
relerred to their appropriate committees. '
. r r. . T. T. rT., .til . . -n . m. !
' Seven bills, from H. B. 490 to 497, w,
ad tbe second time, and referred to their
, Mr. DIXON, on leave, offered the follow
ing resolution, which was adopted t
Maolved, That in the judgment of this
Bouse, this ball is dangerous' to tbe health
-of tbe members there!, by reason of the
.great alternations ol heatnd cold to which
we are subjected : that tne comfort of this
branch of tbe Geneaal Assembly demands
-greater care and vigllancoon the part of
tnose naving cnarge.ai una oau: Boat us
temperature js not uniform, but alternates
between high and low, greatly to the dls
eomfurt or tne memoon oi tnis uouse, and
dangerous to ebetr bealth- (iiiaji ,,fi
HEATING THE HOUSE.
- Mr. RICHARDSON, oar leave, offered the
following resoiuiiooj wnico, was adopted;
WnsasAS, There rls greet, complaint
among members and others, that tbe air of
this House is ud healthy, rendered so per
bans bv the manner in whlon tba House is
heated; therefore ; . rH1... ;,. .
tfeioitea ejr we juouee qj aepreeemaivoet
of the State of 0ifc,'TbattUe cooKmlttoe on
fuMta" Buildings ia hereby lequasted to
secure tbe services of X. G. Wormly to
make a chemical analysis of the air ofhls
Bouse as it is now heated, aud) make a re
port of bis investigations soon as con
venient, giving bia opinion as to the prob
able effect of auch air on the persons eon
atant)y Inhaling it; also to give his opinion
as to toe manner in wnicn we aeiecican
be best remedied.
H. B. 411 : To amend an act entitled an
act supplementary to an act. entitled fan
act iiT wa incuruurnbiua auu reiruiarion oi
life insurance companies, passed Anrll IB.
1867. passed Msy 8, 1863, was read the third
Messrs. SAYLOR and ROSS made some
remarks in explanation of tbe bill.
i be yeas and jibvs were called and re
suited veas 42. navs 46. So the bill did
cot pass. '. 1TT"' :'.-fTv - Ajj';
a. a. JSo. 36. Mr. SAYLOR To an
thoriza couuty .commissioners to Day -for
material Used in the const.runf.1nn tnii re
pair of turnpike roads, was read the th.lrdi
tune ana the question being on its passage.
Mr. Baylor said the. bill had the same ap
plication to turnpike roads and the mate
rial used for their repair, as to county and
awe roaas. The yeas ana nays were
called, and resulted yeas 64, nays 25. tSo
tne Din passed. i
8. B. No. 264. Mr.' 8CRIBNER-TO bro
vide for the appointment ot a messenger of
the Supreme Court, was read the third.;
ttm." .- ' ' ' f .'. j:
; Mr. POND advocated the bilk ? I!
. Tne yeas and nays were, called, and.re-
sn'ted veas 72, nays 21. So the bill passed,
On motion of. Mr. JIILL, of Erie, ,the
House took a recess.
CENTRAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.
On motion of Mr. WALLING, H. Js R
113: Looking to the rebuilding of the Cen-i
tral Lunatic Asylum, on the present site,
was taken from the table.' .i '"
Mr. WALLING demanded a -call of the
House. " : .. -; - - -. -' '' ,
. The roll was called and 71 members an-,
swered tb their names. - The Sergeantpat-4
Arms was dispatched for : ther- absentees,
who were brought in. All farther pro
ceedings under the call were dispensed
with. - - - s-
Mr. WALLING demanded Ihe previous
question on his substitute. .
The main question was ordered yeas 48.i
navs 41. " :; i
, Tbe question was then nponl Mr. Wal-1
ling's substitute,whlch proposes to Tebuili ;
the Asylum on its present site, upon which
Che yeas and navs were had,- and resulted.
yeas 60 nays 33 so tbe substitute , was
agreed to. '
The question was then upon the orlgl
nal resolution or amendment by. the sub--.
stittite, upon which the yeas and nays were'
called, and resulted yeas 63, nays 30. ' So
the resolution was adopted. . , :, ..- ,'(
The SPEAKER laid before the House a'f
communication from the City. Council ot i
the city of Columbus inviting themem.
bers and officers of the General Assembly
of Ohio to partake ot tha hosoitalities ol
the city ol liumnus at a moon uaiir on
tbe evening of February 2," 186S,-whicti
was -read at the clerk's desk.,-, . j
.- Mr. HUGHES, of Butler, moved that the
House accept the invitation. ' -: . . r
" Mr? DICKSON was of the optniott that
considering the pendency of the Asyrumj
and other kjuestions, it would be highly:
improper to accept the;; Invitation ; andL
should characterize this body. - .-.
Mr. SAYLOR moved to lav the commu
nication on the table : the House refused.
yeas 26, nav 65.- '
Mr. DICKSON moved to refer the com
munication to- the committee on Temper
ance. The House refused to so refer U. ' :
r MrWARBEN was generally opposed
to tbe acceptance of such an invitation.
He had tears that the motives of tbe mem
bers might be misunderstood.- : ,
Mr. FIELDING would vote for accept
log this Invitation, because not. to do so
would ."warrant the imputation that th
Lezislature might have been improperly
influenced. . He did not believe that an)
roan could be, or bad been improperly in
fluenced on the subject.
Mr. tilL,JU ot uenance, lavorea tne ac
ceptance ol . the invitation. The people
expected the Asylum to be rebuilt on its
present location, i ne legislature naa now,
by a two-tblrds vote, authorized such a re
construction, and . all Imputations were
wrong.-- . " , - , ......
Mr. HUGHES, of .Butler, also lavorea
the acceptance of the invitation. " -
Mr. WOJL, coma not vope tor tne ac
ceptance.- He thought the whole thing a
questionable propriety. '
jur. sa x laju wouia vote ior its accept
ance. . ,
The veas and navs were called on ac-
centinff the invitation of tbe City Council,
and Tesul tedyeas 72, nays 15, . So the In
vitation was accepted. : ... . 3
Si B. 11 : To amend an act fixing the rate
of interest,-at ten per cent, on contract,
was read tha -first time, - - -., - i
,' S. B. 262: To fix tbe salaries of eertaln
State- officers and to repeal an act therein
named, was read the first time. - -
8 Mi? NEWMAN-H. B. 412: To'amend
section sixty-nine of an act entitled "an act
to provide for the orglnlzAtion of cities
and incorporated villages, " passed May 3,
1852, as amend; fl Marcu isbj. as amend
ed April 29, 1862, and to repeal section one
of the last named act, was read tbe third
The yeas and n ay a -were called onithe
passage of the bill, and resulted yeas, 67,
nays 14. So tbe bill passed.-.' -
The bill chancres the present law so as to
reauire city marshals, city clerks and city
street commissioners to be elected for two
years. ' ' '
Messrs. ROSS and BELVILLE faVored
the election of "City Fire Engineer" for
the same period; while Messrs. ODELL
and NEWMAN were opposed. ..
'Mr. 8COTT, of Hamilton, offered lor
adoption tbe following resolution, which
was lata on tne taoie unaer notice to dis
cuss Dy Mr. won: ,
Bet'ilved. That tbe use of the Hall of tbe
House of Representatives Is hereby grant
ed to Lucy Stone, on Friday evening. Jan
uary 29th, for the purpose of delivering a
free lecture on the Rights of Women.
Mr. RUT ER moved to suspend the rule.
Mr. WOLF was opposed to granting .tbe
Hall to Mrs. Lucy Stone. Black welL- : 2
Yr. bUUi l. ot Hamilton, tnougnt no
barm could result from permitting a lady
ot national reputation to occupy this ball
to speak from her staud point.
Mr HILL, of Defiance, thought it im
proper to let tbe ball to - a miscellaneous
crowd of persons for public meetings,
where no one wonld be responsible..
Mr. HUGHES, of Butler, thought that It
this hall could be let to tbe colored people,
there could no barm result from letting, 1
r Mr. CALLEN wonld vote for the resolu
tion. ' He -delivered a lively panegyric oh
Gen. O Neil, who had occupied the hall last
winter, -lie would near this lady for the
same reason. u
Mr. LEE would vote for tbe resolution.
not because be felt like committing himself
in favor of woman suffrage, but as a com-
plimaot to ber talents.'. ',- -i .-
jnr. nAnnra wuuiu aisu vuu ivr iae
resolution for similar reasons. He did n- t
think it would commit himself or any
other member 'in favor of her political
ideas. - - - .; ' . ..
Mr. HUGHES, of Highland, demanded
yeas and nays on the. adoption of the
resolution. Tne yeas and nays were called.
and- resulted yeas 63, nays 35. So the
House . refused to, adopt the resolution.
three-fourths of the members being neees,-
sary to suspend the rule. ? "'--r
H . J. R. 71 Relative to the claim of the
State of Oiilo against John Paul,' was
adopted yeas 55, nays 8.
Mr. BELVILLE, on. leave, offered tbe
followiug resolution, which was referred
to committee on Public Buildings : .
Jlaolved by the General Assembly of the
Slate of Ohio, That the committees ol
Senate and House on Publio Buildings be.
and are hereby directed to inquire iato and
report at their earliest convenience, a
mode by which 'the State House can be
furnished with water, and they are hereby
authorized - to employ a competent archi
tect to submit, plans, specifications nod. ea:
On motion af Mr. MOORE, of Putnam,
tbe House adjourned.
CLEVELAND, Jan 28.
At the ahnaa tneetingot the Cleveland
and Mabotilflg allroad, yesterday, the
ttocknoldera voted to sustain tha aotioaot
the 'directors Iff protestinsr'sgalnsa the
transfer'1 of ' lease V the Atlantl, ;and
Great Wcsbern to tba lEric railway. The
MH Jwrd;, waf $utjiarize4 tft takf. measj
ures to receive control -bf . tbe road, it be
ing claimed that nnder- the Jaws of Oulo
the Atlantic and Great Western has for
feited ks lease of the Cleveland and Ma
honina by attempting' to transfer to a cor-,
iporation outside of Ohio.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
WASHINGTON. Gold Hearing Bonds.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.
D JL.eI Chlttehde'n. formdrfV Register? ol
the Treasurv. now a Droker in flew xora,
-appeared this morning before the coemnifc-
tee on nays and Means ana suDmutea an
argument in favor of the - removal of the
existing prohibition on the further issue
of gold bearing bonds.' It is understood
the committee favors the removal: of the
prohibition. J " 4 .
Nominations Passed Over.
?Thd Senate' went Into' execetiveesslbn
i this 'afternoon. Tbe calendar was called
' but the nominations were severally passed
over. There were some on the list that the
Senate believed required immediate action,
Messrs. Sly the and Cummings included.
WASHINGTON, January 28.
WASHINGTON, January 28. SENATE.
The' PRESIDENT presented the creden-
t tialsot Senetdr.'SCOTT,' of Pennsylvania,
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, jluo Bueciiu; uruer, tun - vousinuiiuniii
amendment, came up. The amendment as
originally introduced by Mr. Henderson
is in these words :
Articlb 15. Sec. 1.' No-State shall deny
or abridge the right of its citizens to vote
k -or bold office on account of race, color or
Li previous condition.i vua u aa '-- s.
Section 2. uongress snail nave power
r to entorce tne provisions oi tnisacCn
i The Judiciary committee reported as
: substitute for the first section' tbe. follow-
,Wf:.L,. :. v.-;, Jt nt
The right ot citizens of the United States
..to vote and boia omce snail not De denied
orabridg Qby the United States or any
State on account ot race, color or previous
condition of eervltuda...'-.
Mr. STEWART offered an amendment to
tbe - second . section,, which was adopted
eonfinina it to tbe language in the. 13th
article, that Congress shall have power to
' enforce this article by appropriate leglsla-
tion." ' " ' 1
Mr. STEWART then made a brief speech
in advocacy ot the proposed amendment
a rennrted from the committee. .- -!
".' The substitute for the first section, by
the committee, was men aaopteo.
Mr. BUCKALEW moved to add the fol
. lowinir as an additional section. '-'
The second clause of the first "section of
article 20. of tbe Constitution of the United
States, shall be amended so as to read as
follows: . . .
; Each State shall appoint, by a vote-of the
people thereof, qualified" to vote for'Repre
sentatives in Congress, a number of eleo-
' tors-equal to tha whole number of Sena
tors and ' Representavives to which the
State may1 be entitled :ln, the Congress,
but no Senator or Representative, or per
son holding an omce oi trustor profit un
der the United States shall be appointed
an elector, and the Congress shall, have
- powe to prescribe- tbe manner in which
sucn electors siiiui uecuuseu uy toe people.
, He said that the amendment proposed to
make two changes firsts to require the
electors to be chosen by the people instead
Ot leaving It to the. Legislatures of States
, to direct bow they shall, -De' chosen; and
second, to autnorize uongressi to presence
tbe mode ot their selection by the-people.
After considerable discussion, during
which the ameaamens was generally con
"cutred - la'.- thongh th! 'Opinion - was ex
pressed that it should be treated separately
r Mr. BUCKALEW withdrew bis amend-
' ment, and afterward - Introduced it as
joint resolution, which was referred. ."'
.., Mr. -HENDERSON reported from the
committee on ir.dlan A flairs, the Hons
- .bill to restore .the Indian Bureau to the
War Department! with 'an amendment in
the nature of a substitute creating a De
partment of Indian Affairs.' W
Mr. DIXON rose to continue the discus
sion on the Constitutional Amandment,
; but gave way to Executive session: ' ' ;
' The Senate,' some time afterwards, adjourned-
. - .- -j j-.-j'.--: -i ; ! -- i- t
' Mr. BliAlNEW-Jrom Vthe' .committee on
Appropriations, reported the Army appra-rpriatioiri)ilk-wbich
was referred to-thin
i committee or the Whole and made the spe
cial order for Monday next. It appropri
ates $43,199000. J I - . V
. . Mr. DAWES, chairman or the Election
. committee, called up at 1 o'clock the report
of the committee In tne contested election
case of Christy and Wimpy, from the 6th
Congressional district ot Georgia. The re
port ends with a resolution that J. H.
Christy, having voluntarily given aid and
countenance, counsel and encouragement
to persons engaged in armed hostility to
tbe United States, is not entitled to hold a
seat as a Representative, and that John A.
Wimpy-, not having received a majority bl
. tbe votes cast, is not entitled to tha seat (
- Mr. DAWES suggested . that after -the
' vote to-day referring to tbe Keeohstruction
committee,' the question wbethef Georgia
should be represented in the House oe
considered. He did not know but that
this subject should be also referred to that
committee. .., ....
Considerable discussion took place 04
tbatsubiecf. .-" ''.' .." , '
Mr. PAINE moved tbe postponement of
the resolution tui the mira Tuesday la
Februarv.' --i ,'-- :- t
1 - The House then took up the bill relating
to pensions that was Dciore the House yes
terday. -' '.'ml -- to- . .
Mr. NIBLACK moved to recommit the
bill with , instruction's to report it back
with the second section stricken out, and
also with that portion of the- first section
stricken out ss to the widow being a non
resident of the United States.
Mr. PERHAM spoke in advocacy of
tbe bill, wbicb, at. the , expiration of the
morning ' hour, went over till Tuesday,
next. , . ,
The House then went into eommr'tee of
the Whole, and proceeded to the conslde-
'ration of tbe Indian 'approprtatlon'bili
Mr. Wilson, of Jowa, in -the chair.; The
'total sum appropriated by the. bill is 92,
132,260. beings $1,6124,8-22 less ' than the
amount appropriated last year. ' ' ' '
After -ovtisiderable discussion about ihe
general Indian systenuthe committes rose
without disposing of tbe bill. 1
--Mr. BOUT WELL stated that he propos
ed to-morrow to-move the previous ques-,
tion on the Constitutional amendment. -1
Mr. SHANKS-offered an, amendment to
the proposed Constitutional amendment,
Which was ordered printed. . ... ...
Mr. LAWRENCE, of Ohio, from the se
lect committee -on New iYorlc election
frauds. -reported a resolution directing-the
arrest of Henry Johnson, who retused toy
, - ... , 1
appear neiore -tne conDiiiue wircu sum
moned. Mr. BROOKS suggested that: tha com
mittee should also Investigate the fraud?
in the lade . election; of Sanator. la r New
There being no quorum present a vote
was not taken on tne resolution,, and .'the
House, at 4:45, took a recess until 7 :30, the
evening'session to be for general debate. :
ALBANY, Jan. 28.
At the State Workjngmen's Assembly,
yesterday, a resolution was adopted that s
committee be l appointed to dralt a bill -to
-be presented to the Legislature providine
that all apprentices' shall serve not less nor
; more than nve years at trades. The ques
tion of industrial partnership between
employer' and employee will ba discussed
to-day. The labor committee repoated in
favor of the total abolition of prison labor.
. but the report was re-committed for modi-
Verdict of Damages.
CONCORD, N. H., Jan 27.
1 . Jahn M. Lane, of Concord, has recover-
' ed a yerdict of $1,150 33 against Comfort
- and Icbaboo, niatnowier-in-ww ana oroin-er-in-law,
for enticing bis wife away. This
' is the first action of this kind eyer brought
: In the New Hampshire courts. . , ,. 3 ,,. ,i
BALTIMORE, Jan 27.
In the United States District Court," to
' 6ai WilliaolTHeitshold;, Indicted fdr-vidlat
i tion of the revenue laws, in not giving no
tice to tbe assessor of his place of business,
as rectifier of distilleajsplrits.1" was found
guilty and nnea; i,uu& 8P eosts.
BALTIMORE, Jan 27. Untrue.
COUTH CHARLESTON, O., Jan 28.
'"Under dat of January 27W,"-ihe folldw1
tot speciak appears ir' tivoo-dncinnati
Chronicle, from Sprlhgfleldi' OMbrTbe
small pox is raging, at South Charleston
and other places in thi county."
Tbv.tKye spiolsl J.uttjrlj?wlthoni
foundation, ,-Thcre Is oW ,u-r, -tytK there
been, a case oi small poxla.Uio.viiligepr
Governor Clayton's Explanation
of Affairs in Arkansas.
MEMPHIS, Jan 28.
kin anlntervidw with An. a cent of the
Western Associated Press, to-day. Gov.
Clayton, of Arkansas, gave the following
account 01 anairs In that state, it is nis
desire that the .whole Jrutn abould.hs
known and ifothiiig covered up : - -
Tbe militia had committed outrages, but
fhffendrv7 M far! as practicable, bad
oeen summarily aeart with. The wnote
militia bad acted as . well . as any..,militia
would have done. Many outrages reported
bad not been done by the State troops, but
by marauders who followed in wake, rep:
resenting themselves as militia. As the
State was too poor to uniform tbem. thiB
evil could not oe remedied,-4ut the officers
had not instructed tne citizens to shoot
down all pretended militia.
Commissary trams being" Impracacable,
he bad ordered oOlcers tosub-tet theircom
mands off the country ' and give vouchers,
Where claimants could establish loyalty to
t ie State, this would be paid.
. In regard to tbe policy of calling out the
militia, he gave bis. reasons .alurostiden-
tically with Porter's report to Gen. Grant
He said many good Republicans bad dif
fered with him in rezard to that line of pol
icy, but be was determined to cure the evil
far 'all time by making the work short.
snarpana decisive, seven counties wnicn
had been under martial law have been re
stored to civil rule. Nd coon ties In the
IJnSted States are -now .more peaceful, as
tne military nave driven out orextermrna
tfd the outlaws- infesting those sections,
and have relieved the citizens of the ter
rorism that tbe militia operations and lit
convenience of having them in the vicinity
had imposed on peaceful citizens, who
were hitherto passive and inactive. 1
Martial law still exists In Drew, Ashly.
Bradley-Crlttanden, Mississippi, Greene
and Craighead -counties, but-the military
force, which now numbers about 400, is
gradually being reduced, and from appear
ances in a short time 'the necessity for
troops will cease to exl?t. . .
In regard to operations in Crttfenden
county, opposite here, he said .the militia
had committed outrages op lad:es, but four
ot them had paid, the penalty with their
lives." a11 were punished severely who
had. beea.guiltyf misdemeanors.
In regard to the execution ot Harry
near ana jnc Aiiscer, ne said tney naa Deeu
regularly tried, convicted and justly pun
ished, but he would have preferred their
being executed in public as an example.
As for prisoners being tortured in Or
der to make item. confess, tbe story was
wholly untrfle. ' J.'D. Mofferd, now in jail
at Marion, had been sentenced to death by
court martial. He would certainly be ex
ecuted. . -if ; .. - , " . ;
In conclusion he said the effects of bis
policy had exceeded his most sanguine ex
pectations. I's effects were felt in Tennes
see. - Brownlow would now have ,no
trouble, and there would be no fighting,
and finally that .It bad given Arkansas
peace,--, --,wrt v.: -: i.- i
ATLANTA, Jan 27.
In the Senate a resolution to furnish pro
tection to persons driven Irom their homes
on account of politics was tabled.
In tbe House a resolution to investigate
charges of lawlessness in Warren and
other counties was rejected 84 to 49. j
r A resolution to appoint a committee" to
proceed to wasrungcon nnn -comer, ltn
Congress with a view to receiving negroes
I mi the lfiglslatUTewas telcrred.i . i i
it is reportea tnat tne constitutional
Convention of Georgia will soon reassem
ble. It Is also reported-the Legislature will
parmit a commissioner to go to Washing
ton in connection with the reconstruction
measures of Congress.
BALTIMORE, Jan. 28.
Commodore Hugh 1. Purveyance was
attacked last night, neai his residence, by
threrdwperadnes, and; Ttnocketr.do wnomd
robbed of a valuable' eold"watch and bock-
ctbook containing $10. He is dangerously
Temperance Convention. AUGUSTA, ME., Jan 28.
The temperance convention yesterday
adopted resolutions favoring a prohibitory
law. ana tne escaDiisoment 01 a ouiie cuu
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BOSTON, MASS., Jan. 27.
This evening, the United States nut fao-
tory was destroyed by fir. Loss $7,000.
Tha engine house and pattern. building ad-
lolning, was also destroyed, ixws 4,UU(J
Woman's Rights Convention.
CHICAGO, Jan. 28.
A , -Woman's Risrhts Convention, under
the auspices of the Sorosis Society, will be
held here on the 11th proximo. Anna
Diekiason is certain, to be present, and
E.C -Stanton aud other champions 'are
CHICAGO, Jan. 28. In a Trance.
MILWAUKEE, Jan 28.
. . .
Piiysiciana. have. visited Mina Konsche,
of Turlington,, vy is., wno nas oeen in
trance since January 8th. i Irom si vein
tapped by them blood flowed as irom a
Union Pacific Railroad.
accepted .another, section o.fthe. Union
Paciiic, ending at the one thousandth, mile
post. The CentraLPacltic Is now complet
ed 603 miles east 01 bacramento. - n ,
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 28.
Charles B. Carson, freight agent of the
Ohio and Mississippi railroad, formerly of
Lock port. New York, attempted suicide
yesterday, by shooting himself through
the head, and also in tbe. lelt side, while
iaboTtng wiidefilespondentrrindnced by
sickneis.- jThereis bo hope ot recovery.
General Shtrman and his secretary. Col-
Dayton, with their families, .will leave tor
The statement tnade'yesterdaylbat Gen
eral Sheridan is daily-expected to return
from tbe plaint proves to be incorrect.
JA- resolution Introduced id' the Legisla
ture yesterday, providing for" the admis
sion of members .to tbe House, elected from
Counttesthe-election returns from whiuh
were not counted by tbe Secretary of State,
w as-tabled.-1 it was thought by some mem
bers that- tbe decision-- of -the- Sapreme
Court in the Bland mandamus case entitled
those members to seats, but the House de
- ..- '-s
Miss Auzusta St. Ciairthe lecturer,' died
at Salt Lake lyesterday. ii ?.!
The Ute Indians.
- . . . , ,
,. An uraaiia aispaicii says luge numner
oi.theTJte" Indians erebuutin'g oe tha reaV
ervatioainxAeting Oovernor Hall, r( Col
orado, has issued a proclamatkin warning
the military or civiQaasrom interference,
as the Utes are friendly and have a treaty
CHICAGO, Jan 28.
The Illinois of jhe Grand Army
of tneRepnbIiA-la insessloala ciprlnaflald.
Gen. Thomas Osboxn, of Chicago, has booa
elected Commander in CbieCa i-avi
Geo. H. Reynolds, a prominentamer
chant of Peoria, Illinois,' fell dead In his
house-last night from heart disease, u i-jc-a --
The residences of seseral wealthy farm
ers aar Morris, Illinois,.having beenen
t -red, and numerous . valuables extracted
therefrom, the snspected thief was yester
day arrested. Some of the stolen articles
were found in his possession. Last night,
in jail, he attempted suicide but the large
dose poison he took acted, as anemetlc
knd saved his life.
' Robert M. Freeman,. a pawnbroker was
arrested to-day for receiving stolen goods.
On December 14th Carson, Pierce & Co.'s
store-was robbed ol $4,000 worth 1 sriks
for the recovery of which $1,000 reward
was offered. ' A few days since an azent ot
the thieves was discovered, from whom it
was learned that the silks bad been bought
by Freeman for $95.? One et the boys I a
been arrtsted and Is' expected to mm
State's evidence. Freeman Is held for trial
BOSTON, Jan 28.
Af petition 'to the Senate-oaiherjaited
States, signtd-byJlon. Geo. B. Upton and
others, against a confirmation ol tbe Ali
bama cluiuis treaty, has been, plaoedj atjfhe
Merchant's Exchange for UtBaturasvlai i
Arrival of Steamers.
Arrival of Steamers. NEW YORK, Jan 28.
The stespMhlps, Alaska,ppiAspinwalI,
anWY .oi,LwiaoBwm Liverpool, ar-
"Wnf..'lArni"!!. IT. L'acffw, ahd
in AbaExaert BrMihoaeVrfw 4"rk
deputy LnJted States Marshal NoJireot
thi eastern district, Brooklyn, at the ln-
stance of B'-srH-i Atorney-Trty, trader a
warrant from Judze BeuedlctThe charge
is that of defrauding the Government by
procuring a large sum of money in P9n
iradulent claims for draw back, presented
and passed at tha-ofllce of tba Filth Audi
tor, in the Treasury DeptmenU at Wash
ington. Tbe frauds with which the officers
re charged, extended thrdngh a pertoiTnt
seven months, from January to July, 1807.
The amount realized was nearly $60,000.
Wool Growers' Association.
Wool Growers' Association. SYRACUSE, Jan, 27.
The State Wool cs
IdjSnannualeeJing'at the Otv Jlall
iuia aiiiuuuii, jrerry o. itanuall presided.
-George Geddes Introduced a resolution de
nouncing tne proposed reciprocity? treatj
with Canada as destructive to the interests
of farmers of the United States.-ilt wa
..decided to bold a fair this year:. Thaoul
: cers of last year were re-elected. ' Resolu
tions were adopted against a reduction ol
tariff on wool by treaty or otherwise.:
BETHLEHEM, PA., Jan 27.
A Are In the flouring mills of A. and O.
Lnckenbacb. this evening, destroyed two
Havana Advices to the 25th.
NEW YORK, Jan 28.
The Herald's Havana special of tbe 25th,
via n.ey nest ztn.sayst intelligence has
been received here that Puerto Principe
as captured by the patriot forces under
quesaaa pn tne lbtn tnst the same day
that Count Yalmazada entered Bazano..- '
- The excitement in the city is intense, and
the feeling of enmity between tbe Spanish
r-volunteers and the Cubans is manifesting
itself in the number of persons who are
Jtilled 'nightly, -A
A memorial has been presented to Gen.
Dulce by American citizens here asking
for protection. - --
The engineer corps Is now' mounting
guard, and the officers and volunteers are
. Ordered by Gen. Dulce' to meet at the pal
ace tor consultation as to tbe course to be
pursued. - :uu. - 1 - - . .'
Gen: Dulce, being unable to control the
Spanish volunteers, has sent to Hatan-zas
"for regular troops. He informed the vol
unteer commanders that he would .hold
iJibera respon"ible for their men, who threat
ened a movement io-nint,
- i - , ;
Advices from Panama.
NEW Jan 28.
The steamship Alaska left Panama the
.20th. She has $473,172 in treasure from
California. 4 ; V:- . .
Tbe expedition in search ot gold on the
Cocos island, have returned nasuecesf ful
and disgusted.'4"' : " : 4 ' .'"i V r
- Thprfl iv.r fr.nnnnf .apflinnalraa -,'1tn
puuatemafa durlne December. i
A -war ts: probable between Salvador and
Honduras, . - --
Nothing Is known In Honduras oTthe
'projected railway talked of In New-" York.
. Ad nnsuccesslul -attempt was made to
poison President Guzman,- of Nicaiagua.
jMotning is Known 01 uisning-a missions.-!
Senatorial Nomination in the 18th
conceded by Mr. Thorn hill and other p'rom-
. inent Democrats of Coshocton county, that
Tuscarawas t nenid nave cue nominee In
tliis district to fill the vacancy In the pres
ent Ohio Senate occasioned by the 'death
of Hon. D. VV. Stambangh, the Democratic
Central Committee and advisory members
; -mat- at New - Philadelphia on WednesdayT:
,. aftfirnqqn, 27th )i-stQ- and ocganlzed by call
ing Major juatnews,-. or the uiiio Democrat,
to tne cnair, ana- appointing John U
-Lauehead. E;a Secretary. Whereupon
r the meeting proceeded to nominate a can
didate tor- Senator by ballot. Tha votes
having been -properly - counted -by
Mr. Jesse D. ' JSlliott ' and A. IT
Kaiff", Esq . It ..was found that Sicfip-
son tlarmount, 01 uoshen township, had
reeeived -eleven -votes nit - of -"rourteen,
whereupon be was declared to be tbe nom
inee of the Democracy of this District by
' acclamation. Suitable . resolutions - weie
presented-expressive ot tbe sentiments of
the committee touching the death of the
late Senator btaraoaush. . .. .
. Mr. H. being then introduced, ackgowl-
edged tne compliment DestoWed upon him.
-in a lew remarks appropriate for the oesa-
sion. - 1 ti i ( : r ,1 yr, iict
. Mr.'Harntkmnt has long been a resident
ot Tuscarawas countyr having been en
gaged tor a number of years in the mer
cantile business in Canal Dover. He was
"once County Treasured and filled the office
.-to the satisfaction of the entire people. I In
1S63 he was the nominee of the Democracy
-otthis District' for Senator,, .but was de
feated by a few votes. ' Foe the past' few
"years he has been actively employed on bis
Harm-near-. Mew- i'MaderpMai'-an-a- isye
garded by the community, as a highly hon
-tgry .Xlse-.. OUi MtaSeoanaasa-Assaabi
Ijareer Clrcnlutlom lhaas any pa
per pabllabed In thi City or Cess-
tral Ohio. Advertisers -v III bear
this In -mind. ' - '
- Dissolullon" of Copartnership, t
XTOTICE 13 HERtSBT GIVE!? THAT THB
1 V copartnership heretoTore existing between
Wm. Savira amd Hern-T Davinff. has been dissolred
"bT mutual -eunsent. irVm. 8ayne-trilf hereafter
carry on thsbasmess. and pay all -claims against
ado lleot all -outstanding acoonats of Sajne a
Daring. - Wll. SAYSE, .1
y , uuA a sa v a.' x
' 1 Columbus. 0.. Jan. M..1868. . . jan-M"
A -JOINT MEETING OF OOLDMB1J8
uuuuis, no. s tiaunuiiia luiuislio
-2u.and GOOuALU LOU UK No. 37SL Will
be neia tait aay at nau put i. 04100a jr. ai.
-r-to attend the funeral of Brother i.orenio S. Dow.
coyiarnlnoj brethren arelnrited m be present, A
prompt attendance is desired. - ' "
t-O. ). COM STOCK. W. M.
Jf. N. V. P10B, VVi-M.. 1
. jn99-dH . . . O. O. WAiAJUTT. W. M.;
f Sheriff's S ale. -
Wm. Taylor) ' ' ' Court of Cdmrnon Pleas oT t )
"' vs v ' Delawa.-a county
"Jacob I-ns: i ' 0 ' r.OMa. 4 ;
BY VIRTUE OK AN EXECUTION IN THE
above stated ease from said court ts me di-
-Mtad. I will offer for sale at poblio auotion, at toe
. out n 00 tie, in tne city or -ooiumaus.i4r . - :
.: --n ! TO 1 1 id r I HI ts ;
f 1 10 o'clock A. M , the f' llowinr geodsand-ebaUels
i r so much thereat as will- satisf j4- said execution.
.Lwwitr4 j-na ...i ...1 i tt- -iti a.nii.d U Ca. !
1 .irsiree barrel walsky.-S bs-rel(.anraum molsssas.
p bariel lard, one bell ban el Catawba wine, 1 bar
t il sort wine, 1 barrel sherry Wine, barm- black
SerSV. I barrel coal oil.- -....';....' - -
Fruiter's fees I
OAVBB. Corn-Mr, -
acting as onerin.
O t K
jio 64 66 Kartls Hljlrt Strter,;
IIOOZ AND -NEWS PAPEES.
-:Atoo. every artiela coo ueot ad with 4b i Paper
fastness, including Wilting. Printing and Wrap.
1 na Papers. Envelopes, Printers' Cards. Book,
raws. Colored Inks.&s. A ,I,-.r, laalS-dlads l
i . .-).i-.--.r
: -i limi .1
fapitAl, : -J; Million Cellars,
H'CHABTERKD THS rTfATB;"4 'ti
3'iirtjsl. HAitoa" tttrt.'.' Jas. Msaiuit. SeoV
, Rao-iTes Dapou aad allow roUA.PKR. EST
IH'i'bxUiST on all UaiLjr Baiaocea. aieatuaaei
asi(hu taenia! Daousisstor tix saoatb or mora,
T v basnade atfive pef eni,, 1 he Capital af Una
t I lion Dollars is divided among over 5S Share
Ladars. eomprUins msuiy inUmaaof latge waaitk
4 d finanoiaf experiense i. who are alo ,Praonally
1 ble depositors for alV obngasloaa of -Uel Com
jujy to double, the epiouat i f thjif cspiul stock
TTthe V ationklTras4lJoaipany reoeivesjepoiirj
av large or small eraouots, and- permits them to. be
A awn as a whole or is -part by check at sight and
V tbont notice,- allowirrg interest tin all daily bal
165, partfes throi)t;nnwt the conntr- can ktep ao-
9oU in -tbi Institution with snectal advaataga
, ''eecurity. convenience and profit, . 1
H-m LLSLEB.--.7:.Tt:.-. .
t?rlday EveailBsr, Jaai
- PeUiTd th lut nisht of
Under, t he; Casirght!
: -. WITH ITS ttKKEKAJ. tFFECTS aT
And a fnll and effootir wl of ehrtn.i
:UOHGW ARH iiutniii
-:., THB GREAT s-. -jCl
From Arlington Hal), Chieag-o. -. !" ' '
RETDRNinO FKOIII THEIB Till,
.amphant Eastern tonr, en roW for Cbio go
to reopen at their Opera Hoae. ill appeal lot
t 04I.K NIGHT ONLY,
S OPERA. HOUSE, 5
Tharsday Ev'ac, Feb. 4th, lg,
!n aa original procramme. u performed -only by
the ARLINGTON'S. -
Admission -RwerTed Seat 7So; Drera CiralsanS
Parqnette 60o; Ga'ler? 35o. Male of seenred ieatl
enmmeneci at Settlor A Co ' Husio Store, Wed nee
day. Keb, 3d. 1869. Doors open at T o'olock. -
jan)-dnr OHAS. H. DAY. Bnsinee aat.
v lo not Xrifle with Danger.;
A single spark mar kindle a flame that -will enn-
Bume.a city, ana smau niiiomiia iicaieciiea, may
end la fatal disorders. Bearing this faot in nind
let the first symptoms of debiltr or aerroiw pros
tration be iet promptly with invigorating treat
ment, Foremost among the vegetable tonics of the
ate stands UUSTi. l l i.rt a BlUMAUa 4 m i -
TER3, and -whenerer tbe vital powers seem to lan
guish, or there is any reason to i-upeot that the an
imal functions essential to, the sostenation and pu-rlfication-of
tbe body are lmperfeet.y performed.
ttua M-.YA.ua.ble invisoiant an4.aDtuepUo abonltl at
once be latorted to. Indigestion always produces
weikness. Sometimes it happens,-and 'this' is
more frequently tie ease in'"Wlnter than at any
other season, that tbe appetite demands more-food
than the stomach naa digest ; though not more. per
haps, than is required to keep np tbe fall strength
of the frame. The .object, under inch eiraim
atanoea, is to increase the digestive capacity of the
assimilating organ, so as to snake it ex oat Santba
duty imposed opon it by tbe appetite, and capable
of supplying the bwQiing material of fits system as
faitasltia required. This object Ts fulp sccpin
pliahed by the use of tbe Bitters, .Tbey'ton and
gently, stimulate- tha.. celolar .Baembraee 3 which
secretes the gastric juice, and the result it that tha
solvent Is mingled with the food, in aufficleaVvan
tity toonTertaH it pourUluDftjpartioJes iniore
and vjrhalesome element. If, on the other band
hire-reis a deficiency of appetite; without ant c-nres-
ponding deficiency of digesfiVU power. tbS nfsjt of
the tonic is to stimn ate a desire for foodln nine
teen eases out ef twenty, headaeher -naa a,- uerT-
ousuesa, lainiiog-nia, apeui9,' ira. iuudwi lyva, Ol .
.i 1 . v , 1A- 1.
Iiv casual aouea auu faius to. waioavAUAoau-avy w
eated with biliousness: and. tor both thaaacomqlajnta
HOSTKTTJtB'S HTU MACU-UITTkUfcj
ommended as a speedy and certain remedy,
. may-adeodawly-ew-a , , ; f?. 4 J,
Tor affl' tlie, ) purpose of a lav-a-attvs
j!odioiiie,.L'-lr ' .1
, rercaps no one medi.
erne is so"uiiiTBTallrTe
quired by everybody as
a cathartic, nor was erer
any before so universal
ly adopted into use, in
aH classes, aa -this mild
but efficient pirra-ave
fUl. Tne obrious rea
son is, that it is amorere
liable and far more, elfso.
tual remedy' than -an-r
Athen, SThose who hava
tried It, know that tt ctrred them; those who ha-ra
not, know that it cures their neighbors and Mends,
anil all know that what it; does once it does alwava
1 tbattt never tails through any tHult or Degree tof
Its eomoo-nnon.-" we nave SBOusanas- upon inou.
sands of certificates of their remarkable euros eTthe
following; complaints, bat such cures are knowxHa -every
neighborhood, and we need not porbbshrtJjem.
A il.r-.fywl tn .11 ,m . n.l rn H i f Wrr, . in . H Al'mjHtM,
lhpv irtflvM titVim with aafprv hv unvlwvW. Thpir
sugar eoatinr preserresthem ererft-esh and max es
mem pleasant, to taae, wnue oemg purely Tegetaois
no harm can arias from their use in any quantity.
- They operate by their powerful Influence ota tha
internal viscera to purify the blood aadi atiaiaiate it
into healthy action remove tbe obatruotions afiha
stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of tha
body, restoring their irregnlar action to health, and
by correcting, wharavac tha-s arisr, snnh ifairanga
menu as are the first origin of disease. . ,
' Minute .directions are jriven in the wraeSe on
the box, for the following rtmplnintB, whinh thdsn
m i.vpi.iij. limn . , . ., , aa . - r
1 For Dyspepsia ot'Idlgtlbn; "stilstlrisai
an, aaansf and Xoaa atf Apitctite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the, atomr
ach and restore its healthy tone and action. ' "
For Liver CowanlsUsst and Its variooa svmr.
toms, Biliatsu Ueswlnesie, Sick llamii tacks,
Jaaadlce or &wnrm ' sWckiosa, Bilioraa
CaUa) aiuL IsiliawM jTsrycww, they ehonld tee-judiciously
taken fsreach case, to-correct the diaeasedl
action or remove tha o be tractkms wbish eaueaJt.
For ya-try or PisnThsea, out one mill
dose is ireneraliv reauired. i
Jor Baeaais risaa Beel.flsa sa
tattioa th limit. Pain u ike Sid
Back and XjoIbw, they should De continuously
taken, as required, to change the diseased action. of ,
the system. With auch cEange thosa. eomplaur-ta
disappear. ..' . ' . . ' 4
- For Iropy and Vropsfcal 8wlU-aar they
afrould be taken in large and frequent doses to pro
dace the etTeet of a drastic purge, J 44 '
For Sappreaalan a large dose shouloTbe tuen
as it produces the desired effect bv svmnathr. 1
f " As a Dtnm-IHU. take one or two Pitts topTO
I aootc direeboa and relieve the stomach.
An occasional uose stimulates the stomacn ana
bowels into healthy action,4 restores the appetite,
and invigorates tbe system. Hence It is often ad
Tantageons where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose
of these Pill makes him feel decidedly tetter, fi-ora
their cleansing and renovatingOect Vkt)e digea.
tiva apparatus., ji if
AS. J. C. A. YE II t CO., Pracata g gm IstS,
zo irarxr. xajssv; erff ;
-. -WT For sale ki BKAtJN, BBtCrL. a. TJO.
Wbolasaie and Retail, sjolumhns. anrti all ira(
To Owners of Dorse-i'and Cattle.
"- T h ( 111 I '
, Tobias' Derby Condition Powder are rsrrn tad
siinctiea to say othsrs. a aa pay, for the ear of
Disten-per, Worms,4 Bots, Csughs. Hide-bound.
Colds Jo ', in Hcrses. and Colds, Coughs Los of
Milk. Black Tongue, BorsS Distemper,' Ao in, Cat
tle. . .'...:. . . 1 1 O.-Tf.i.Ja'' a-e-i-i
They are perfeetl safe and innocent4 need f
stopping Ihe working of roar anirramal. Ther fe
ereasa tba-appetttev si-r a Una coat, cleanse ft e
atomacb' ana. urinary "organs ;'' also Increase "tHe
milk of cow- Try them, and yoav will aaver be
wlthoattBew:"- " -'4'r
"Col. Philip P. Bush, of tie Jerom Race (Jonrse.
ordhain, Su. V., would not as them until k was
told of what they are compos-), kfe.ee wsfoVnl is
never .-entliout" -them'.' He,, has" oVff Tie- running
horses in his ebarge, and for tbe last threes
has used nootliei medicine fur tt-gmr.Be bsy-jttnjt-ly
permitted -nje . p 'fabe jp.rmi 'Q-r
1,000 otVrrsferancess.pbs eja'srt1sa1dpctj-
rSotoMjy Drog-rtts-an41 S-dllee.eeiils
per Clin, uepot, lu rara riao &PW. i-orluU V
Paimkk's VioxTiSLK eosuxTic'LtrriaK stia
sovereign balm for the smallest pimple on tie (baa.
hat ean afflict ny pssr of -the person.
(epxiruswu-cui . . .
PRO F.E 8 8 1 Q N A k I l
DE.'A. B. WILLIAMH, West Brad-saaT
-Kh street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted hTnrseil
r a series of years to tie areata- rfcrlavia pri
rate diseases. ' Es may k-ieanulted at hi ofBasW
Broad wa, near the lLxoaancaxlaaia. taa )aiicia
.aaySl-tf ;tv.: la
Or. Henry rnttsr VVanasa Poaamefai
will cure Inflamraatjcn af tha Kidnaxa. fSAnarrkaa.
Gleet, titrietares; t Karvoa - Debility, eeminal
Kmiaeioa. Oanital W saknas eansed by solitary
habit in vouth. .imuh..V,i irf.
Diseases. Syphilis ia. all. ue form, aa-asiast Has
Pain in i.ha. Kaiu VrHotimu.
Ao-, parmaneutly cured. Copavia and Mercury
discardad- For aala 1
las South High street, Columbus. Ohio. Frio (
per box. Bent by mail on raoalgcef price.
MANHOOD AND-TUB rtliett''F
lOKTH restored In four -Mki Kvm,
guaranteed. DR. KICOKD'SESHENUB OR tit S
restores mahtv aowers.- from wbatavar can ari.
aoa-s)a- affasa af arlm. praieia- habistwH4
aouis, impoiencx aua cumate. give sway at once to
this wonderful eaicl,,il take regularly accoro.
in to the directions (wh ich are very simpl and re
qaire no res traint from .buniii ess orplead-ra.l Faif
ureia impossible., Held In bottles at U.'oV.'fouV
M-ntlM.in-'Aaa 1 SAV1..J tJ!V'Ll,V7
, -. - . .. . ... ww. , w wubu un j oi lti O sola
appointed erit to- Arherica, K. Gaarria-ll'-V
inm raw., cemwwixot., asw XOrK. -
......... J .it V
vaiuaoia traansa on to cans and ear r torei
T ,Z -f .."t a - mi,
tur decline. tn so , BMith is rnpairsd tbrongh
secret a buse--af ysuth -and tt-abosd. and how
asnlyasaainad U tv a el a ya pais ef th
impediments to marriare, the cause aa affacta- sf
seryou debility and tha ramedia therefor." 'A
pocket edition of the above will b forwardad as)
receiot Of 15 cents, by addxasaing Dootor CtraTia
Ci0yElyT " 4- -k--
nTC-b'hs.) Haisai.' k'l.'--''Ti
JP splendid rjatr 1ts tx tha Ix-t in rhaw td-
th only true and perfect Dya; aaranl, raiiabla
iBsUn-UMeus; o disappoiaUnent : no .idiouUms
tiut( ramadie ibill efleets of bad -dyes; iavi -raUjaQQ,-aTa
tha iiair s-ft and tifa.it
or eiwtMV. littld.bf ,aUDrniw and Par a g
and prpprlv applied at Uatsaelor a Wig Factory
Ko. 16 Bond street. S. Tork. rar (prU dAwly