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AGENTS FOR THE DAILY OHIO STATESMAN.
Our Agvntu to recelre and distribute Thi Dailt Ohio Statesman at tho follow ing point, ar as Indicated : t W. H. U-KWCT, Hwrlc. XT. T. tjA.ail.AlTa liarneavllle. vtn. ri :zak cv-ui. '.." (j,io statesman . JBI!CrD AND PCBLfSHED BT ThrChia Statesman Company; Airf8 I.ATlvI. AH. I ltM. -'crotMJMiirrs. omot -" . , faORrUrYO. - - JAW.lt DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. y. roitiili I 'r fro sott-wo. -.' ALMS!? . THVHniHt of Frank in. Q i "1 1 i J t i liioTBHAa BOTBaWOB, . . , . , VAKIBa. . CHM of Holmes. i!m, , , ', asjc- of btaw, ! . r(UI f Crawford. ,1);. f iH .frftnw . ' ,; 1 7, ' ')'' JVHfl KKCLWEE, Butler. 'V ". " ." TToaaBT eimaAL, ..'. l rttAAK H.UUIIDi ef Kaoa. - '. acrstMB iueoa. ; ., TBni 1- at 1 ef Hamilton. ' '.mnnn nt fit mir.'ir. "WIIXIAIH HEIPW Jr. of Willieml. a.sia aoaajB matio vobb. ', IBTHCK nilSULI, of Cuyahoga. NEWS AND OTHERWISE. Ooii rtoaed yestenlty erenlng, at 13 Thbt bar no theatricals at Zaneaville. Tn business and trade of Philadelphia gre In a depressed condition. If eoat 13,000,000 last year for the keep ing of dojjs In Illinois. ' ,t ... Tn blood of a girl In Topbam, lis. turned to atfgar when ihe died. Ma-Cowan's proposition to "embrace the women' la denounced In some quarters. Ut. Samckl Boyd, formerly of Bridge port has obtained a dlTorce from his wire. It" la Wnted, that the " moral element " nominated Cameron lor U. S. Senator. Got. CaAro has the satisfaction of read ing numeroui obituary notices ot himself. A Bamoab. paper In Wisconsin calls the Supreme Court Judges 'blind old crabs" and other euphoneous names. Ait ex-policeman, of London, baa had a $750,000 windfall.' The lawyer who got It for him pocketed tloaOOO. .... . ;v A exchange aaya If the Lowell factory pet irtvea were negroeslthey might obtain t ju action ot the Hours oi taoor. . A OESTLEMAX jdst returned from Mexico as that "things are nearly as bad there In the United Statea.". , j . It it true that reporters sometimes make nonsense of speeches, but It oftener happens that they make speeches of nonsense. Th Vesta came In last in the yacht race In consequence of getting lost in a fog by an English pilot. , . Thbocgh a mistake a girl in Cambridge kissed the wrong fellow last week. Neither complained of being hurt. Tai conductors and drfrers of the Wash ington street cars are , accused by Radical Congressmen of never seeiag a colored per aon.ivr I'i-.i'.i v i --'i 'r"(;; ' ' A Yab: 'preacher discoursing about Danlpl H the lion'a den, said: "And there he aat all' nlgbt long, looking at the show for nothing, and It didn't cost him a cent,' Thi wife of a Cincinnati merchant eloped with lover and 113,000 worth of jewelry which the purchased in her husband's ab- enceV,:.., I( y, , .;: ... , :r li: ... ., : Tw more of the Butler suits are before fie New Tork courts 1100.000 claimed for gte' Imprisonment, and 1175,000 for con version ot property. : A if as bj1 the name of Taylor a few days ags at 2nesvllle, stabbed a man by the nanae-of Miles . The wound Inflicted was aerkras. . A quack doctor advertises to this effect MConsumptivesr cough while you can, for after hating taken "one bottle of my tine tor j, yon can't." Shouldn't think he could, Ik Manchester, New (Hampshire, last week, a atcel stay In the dress of a Mrs. Batcbelder saved her life, which a lover by the name of Hatch tried to take. ? A fallbs woman in Chicago who had become tired of living, put an end to ber existence with twenty-live cents worth of morphine which she had bought on credit. One or two applications of boiled lye ot wood ashes will relieve frosted limbs. A large handful .of salt should . be put into each quart of lye, which .should be warm, and U)9 HmU submerged lot an hour or tWO. Wi understand a proposition to construct new county Iron portions of Wood, Ot tawa and Sandusky counties. Is being dis enssed In the local 1 tea named. Elmore Is aamed for. the county seat. Thb colored lawyer In the Massachusetts Legislature has been put upon the com mittee on Federal Belations, and the colored printer upon, thai standing committee on Printing, ,', A Tobonto paper, lit an article on the im peachment of the President, says that the leaden in the movement "are the very men to fllnoh before a demonstration of public opinion ... A KisasxT old Scotchman has jast dird I nmentely rich died very suddenly as he waa signing check for 10,000. He was track with paralysis when the name was half written. "', Two ithwlsstpplana were playing poker for a pow of f !0 and got Into a fight. One was shot and fell apparency la the agonies of deaths White some men were removing him he opened his eyes and said : u Tell me, boys, before I die, what became of that darned pot T .o - t. rr y Soxc mtscblATonsly Inclined people have aid that the Lb press was going to Borne to demand from his Holiness a packet; com prising Jcttera and documeuts which had passed between Napoleon and Maximilian, and which Charlotte, in her flr't moment of derangement, When site believed every one about her was trying to kill her, had placed In tLe Tide's esia keeping. t ; . ' The Effect It Will Have. A Washington Journal, which, is repre sented by some parties to bo an organ of the President, a few days ro Indulged In Vigorous talk In regard to Congress. It thought it well for that body to understand that the President would not allow him self to be superseded in hlsoIUce by some creature subservient to Congress before be bad been convicted of crimes or misde meanors demanding Impeachment; but that he would serve out his time. This declaration, we see, has jarred exceedingly the sensitive nerves of some few Conser vative ( ?) Republican journals and they have devoted space to declaim agalust It, and advise the Judiciary committee to Insti tute Inquiry to ascertain the extent of the organthtp of the aforesaid Washlngtou Journal, as It might furnish a count in the Impeachment indictment if it could be shown that the article referred fo reflected the sentiments Of the President. The New York Tribune, more than a week ago, opposed the Impeachment pro ject for tho reason, among others, that president Johnson would not submit to being superseded without making a roost determined effort to prevent it, and that a collision would Inevitably follow. It is the tear of such collision that prompts so many respectable Republican journals to oppose It. Did they believe that no such collision would follow inseparably the attempt to supersede the President without trial, and to further partisan ends, they would mani fest total Indifference, If they did not en courage such an undertaking. Every per- unit of cool reflection must know that If civil war Is inaugurated through the pro jected Impeachment, the finances and the business of the country will suffer to an extent that would not be agreeable to con template. Assuredly, It is to the interest of f.vfrv person who wants to sea stability and confidence established In business, that this trifling by Congress with their wel fare should be stopped. If they shall un derstand that the President n ill maintain and exercise his legitimate authority, though it require the services of his friends in an armed capacity to do so, the business Interests of the countrv will compel the madmen in Congress not to drive this folly to any further extremity. Strange Friendship for the Constitution. . i ntlmtioa. Durinir the continuance of the War, al most everybody was aware that palpable infractions ot the Constitution were perpe t rated, and these infractions were not at tempted to be justified on any other ground than that War, in a measure, suspended tne provisions of the Constitution; that while the War raged it was Impossible to admin ister the Government in strict conformity with the requirements of the Constitution ; that infractions ot it were only acquiesced in inasmuch as they were considered essen tial to insure the preservation of the whole instrument ; but that so soon as the War should be over, every provision of the Constitution would Immediately thereupon be permitted to resume Its functions. Mauy of the persons who thus talked while War nrevaileil. Instead of matilfestinz a willing nets that the Constitution should in all its parts be implicitly respected, are exceed ingly opposed thereto. Military Commis sions were denounced, when instituted, by Republican journals of respectability as unknown to law and the Constitu tion. Nothlog, therefore, was more ra tional than to conclude that they would hail with gratifying satisfaction a decision hv the Sum-erne Court that should put the aeal of reprobation upon all Such concerns. Not so, however. That court, lor renaer ing such a decision, is most shamefully be rated as false to everything that is held sa cred bv the " loval " sentiment of the coun try. The Test Oath was looked upon, at the time of its enactment, as a temporary affair, and many questioned its constitu tionality. The Supreme Court having de cided the oath unconstitutional, so far as it relates to preachers, teachers and law yers, a most senseless assault is made upon the Court through Republican partisan ed itorials. This is the way they propose to al low the various provisions of the Constitu tion' to resume their functions. What the Decision of the Supreme What the Decision of the Supreme Court Amounts to. . o t - The decision of the Supreme Court of the United States practically amounts to this, that the people are at liberty to listen to such preachers as is their pleasure, to employ such teachers as will be satisfactory to them, and to entraee such lawyers to at tend to their legal business as they think will serve them best. That's an tnere is to it, and yet Republican journalsare writing indignant editorials about It, as though the underpinning of society bad given way, and we, In consequence, In danger of being precipitated into a condition of chaos, out of which It would be impossible to extricate us. , Crushing the Supreme Court. 'A bill was introduced into the lower House of Congress on Monday, the object of which is to restrict the jurisdiction of the Court over constitutional questions. If tho Radicals could manage to tie up Presi dent JoHKSOir and the Supreme Court of the United States, they would begin to ex perience happiness. It is strange that they cannot find time to do something to Inspire confidence and stability in the business matters of the country. '., , , l Encouraging. The following hopeful words we find in the last Issue of the Western Standard, pub lished at Cclinaj Mercer county; J: , , Many of the active working Democrats from different parts of the county are in attendance at Court. They are all well pleased with the ticket and promise in creased majorities in the different town hips." ' ' i - '. " The Standard also says: , "" Hon. A.G. Thurmart Is a man with a na tional reputation, one of America's ablest statesmen. Mercer county will certainly give our gallant standard Dearer fourteen hundred majority." ' ' ',. ' ... . A Radical Loan. "Mack," the Washington correspondent Of tho Cincinnati Commercial, draws the fol lowing sketoh of Loan, a radical Repre sentative in Conjrrcss from Missouri : Ben. Loan, of Missouri, who distinguish ed himself la the House by charging poor i.j.Biih aMajwinatinar Mr. Lincoln, was a rabid secessionist when the war first broke out, as were most of the now radical! Of Missouri. HO aoesn s amount w mum on either sidein fact the Missouri loan Is about as worthless as the Confederate loan or the Fenian loan ; . ' " o aru.Mii HHva twentv-otio Bioux Indians have arrived there tn rouU for wasuiogwn w mam [From the New York World.] Impeachment of the President. To persons capable Of discerning the fu- ftiiu In Ira frni'ma thtk lirvtanpnta of tllG country have never, even during the dark est periods of the war, seemed so alarmlnjr as at present. From well inform d sources in Washington we n-ceive intelligence udti.il nniillrmg nnpnnlnlnn t.llUf, t.llH ltlldi- c ul are strennniislv bent on impeachment; and the reult can be nothing less than a hideous civil war In which men win be enirer to cut the throats of their nearest inlirliltnra It. urill hn nri Rllf'.h Will AS that irom which we have emerged, in which the comoatants were separated uy rcoK"ii'" cal lines. There is no part of the country in which multitudes of the best citizens dor not consider the causo of tho President as that of the Constitution. It an attempt is made to depose him upon mere partisan grounds, they will conclude that the su premacy of the Constitution may as well be vindicated, once for all, and will accept the risks and perils of maintaining it. Alio wans oi nny sonu grminun ui im peachment inu?t not blind the country to the Intentions of the Radicals. We cannot truly estimate their purposes unless we consider the fervor ot their fanaticism, and f)laee ourselves in tncir pnini oi view, it s characteristic of the party to stick at no technical objections. A strict respect for the Constitution would have prevented th-lr insisting on the emancipation procla mation; would have prevented their arbi trary Imprisonment; would have prevent ed ihe exclusion of the Southern States from Congress. The Constitution weighs nothing against their headstrong pretense of right. In their own estimation they are like Portia In the Merchant of Venice," ready, for the sake of doing a great rllit, todo a little wrong. This beinif their ha bitual tone of sentiment, it is notsam to ig nore it in judging ot their designs. How, then, does tne political situation appear to the Radicals? In their view, Vro.Wlant .Tnlinarm hnn hetrnved tllCIIl. They regard him with the fierce detesta tion felt Dy zealots ior a renejtaue. ? e arc not Inquiring whether their view is rljfht, but what It is. They can see nothing but tbe facts that Mr. Johnson was elected by their votes, and that he is the sole obsta cle to the success of their policy. Their hoanv nurrv innlnrlMf and tlieir DOSSeSSion of all the Northern State Governments are rendered worthless ana Darren uy nis ue sertlon. It Is In the nature of the human minri Hi nr. thev should Btratn the Constitu tion against hira. , What they deem his treachery is aggravated, In their estima tion, by the grandeur of the objects which they aim to accomplish. As they view it, ii... .nnmoil In a orrenr. mission of lihl- lanthropy. They are fulfilling a plege to the negroes which binds the National honor. They are consummating the work or the war: they are reconstructing our in In liirtnnnv with their fundi mental principle. They regard themselves as placed in one 01 those great epoens, wnen the Interest of the human race must pre vail over the rk-idltv of fixed institutions. and they are determined to complete a Brent reform which they rearard m the logical consequence of the war. As thev do not permit the rvinaflfnrfnn tn hn an nhsradV. how can it be expected that they will be tender of the rights or one man ; oi a man wuom they regard as faithless to a trust they re nosed in him. as a renesrade from their nartii ivhn nap a tilam which thev con ferred upon him to frustrate tlieir wishes and defeat their policy r as iney view it, here is one man defeating, by his treachery AnH nharinncv. the will of a whole people duly declared through the elections. They fancy that thev are vindicating not only the claims of philanthropy, but the inherent lirl,r nt fho mninritv to irnvern. When tierce, vindictive passions take on these snecious dissruises, it is preposterous to annnosp thev will be held in check bv con stitutional restraints. If party discipline is potent enough to preserve party unity, it is certain that President Johnson will be impeached. The Radicals are enraged to find themselves, In spite oi ineir raaiorities, aa nnwprlnaa aa if I heir had lost the elec tions. They suppose that, by impeaching the president; mey can oreaK ineir letters ivlrhnni-. vlnlar.lnc thn forma of the Con stitution. Congress is the Bole jtidfre of tna BiiTnnipnnv or liib hv UL'ncu. miu us ue nlclnn la anhlnpt tn nn review. The eveniug papers contaiueu tins tele gram : 1 'Washington, Jau 16. 7t is understood to-day that the plan agreed upon by the leaders in tlie impeachment movement is to suspend thi Jfresiaent as soon as me en tities are prejerrca, Mr. Wade stenoinir into his (the Presi dent's) position. It is then proposed to prolong me inai uiuu iur. iiuuiisun s regu lar term of office shall have expired, and in the meanwhile the South is to be recon structed over again." This is adroit enough to be probable. A prompt conclusion of the trial would subject the party to the risks and inconvenience of - na,tr PMBlrtanHnl p.lpp.t.Inn. lint If tha nrn- ceedinics can be protracted Into the edge of October, tne lawuoesnot require an elec tion in advance of the regular one next Th nrolimlnnrv lnvp.4t.iorat.inn will TCIIIi ai.v I' "J .-- . ... - be spun out till the 4th of March, when the new uongress meets, partly as a uevice ior running the trial past the beginning of Oc tober, and partly to accomplish important . . ... i . . - I f . 1. . Y tober, and partly to accomplish important inuidentnl objects. If the Presldeut is sus- IUUIJCIIMU VI'J'W "- aw uhu peuded, it is deemed necessary to have as few of his appointees in oltlce at the time as nossibio. uv tne uonsurution, nis un confirmed appointments hold good until the 4th of March, whon the officers will go out without a removal. The others being Mr. Lincoln's appointees, are thought like ly to side with Congress, so that If the President resists suspension, no win nave no aeents through which he can administer thn Government. Mr. Wade, when de clared President, will immediately fill the vacancies, and the whole administra tive force of the Government will obey his orders. President Johnson, having no control of the administrative machine ry, will be powerless. His chief Secretaries may be dUposed to obey him, but nobody III .hn. rvtnerrpea will nnaa a Will VUIJ n n, ..... X law, stopping the pay of all military as well as civil otucers who uo nut aunere to me uoailon Tha nnnlml nt CVincrrpea over the treasury is unquestionable. There are Radicals enough in the army, both offi cers and soldiers, to divide and distract it, especially when their pay is made to dis- ...... If oaiionlnllo whnn tliplr nnv ia mafia 11 1.J IV, ' .J J n ..v-. ...... . J to depend on their espousing: tbe Radical 81U6. AI Cue Lau.lie uuircrs rciuscu iru kivc ...tk.lanaiitnianf. Kit I 111 1 11 Fl anti rPfArrf(L ways enongh could be found to dispose of seven unprotected men. They might, for example, be summoned to testify before -nmmlHld tf ( 'jIUTrPH. Rti thdlf fit- DUIUD WUIiuiwv v -. flees taken possession of if they came, or themselves impnsoneo ior cuuieiupt m tuey refused. With Mr. Wade recognized by nnn.A.i and nhpvnrl bv the whole civil vvuKiroo, -j t ----- service, the odium of beginning a collision WOUlU DSturOWn upon i jrreiueut nuuir son, and it is lu order to gain this advan tage that Congress will tanecareoi ne offices before they begin the impeach ment. ..(! ' We have placed ourselves in the stand- nnlnt nt tha Rarlipaln. and stated what We suppose to be their view, as a means of re- butting ine increauiny oi mir-uinuicu men, whose keen sense of the absurdity of an imieachment leads them to regard it as impracticable.' The absence or insuffi ciency oi evidence goes ior noming, h i:w court which is to judge of it are predeter mined to convict, All the most powerful motives which can operate on heated par tisans, impel them to Impeach the Presi dent. Nothing can restrain them but vig orous and overwhelming popular demon strations. They care nothing lor the taint protests which have thus far been made. Tame remonstrance gives them courage, by leading them to think they Will encounter no resolute opposition. ' Tna' room occupied by Payne, the assassin, at the Merchants' Hotel Montreal, Is preserved in exactly the same condition that it was In when Payne occupied it, and is shown to the curious by the landlord. ' uvSltj-!' t- ' Ui.i-ili) Jim Impeachment of the President. LOCAL NEWS. Transfer of Real Estate. The following transfer of real estate was filed for record, In the office of tho Recorder of Franklin county; Julius Hull, as guardian ot Jennie Corn stock, to Theodore Comstock, 12 acres ot land In half section 20, township 6 of range 22, Refugee lands, for $2,253. Attkntion Is directed to tho notico in another column by which it .wilUbo seen that tho tight existing between the New Yorlf Central and Hudson River Railroad companies docs not affect the prompt trans mission of freight consigned via Merchants Dispatch. This pioneer "Fast Freight Lino" Is always up to the cxljxoncy of tho times, both as to the delivery of goods and payment of damages. Mr. F. N. V. Spice la agent for this pop ular line In this city Behind Time. There Is not a railroad leading Into this city, but what tbe trains aro behind time. The train from Cincinnati came in yester day mornlgg, we are told, with two pas senger cars and . two engines, one before and the other behind to push and draw them through the snow.' The snow, how ever, Is of a melting nature, and 'ere long it will disappear and the old regular time will be made. In the meantime let us be content with the dispensations of Provi dence. Off the Track. We wero Informed by Mr. Peter Wood- endike, engineer on the Little Miami rail road yesterday, that on last Saturday night there were thirteen freight cars off the track, In a snow bank, In tho neighborhood or Loveiami, ana Dy tne assistance oi tne hands attached to the road, the cars were blocked up, put upon the track and all righted, although the snow was descending with blinding force. We learn that the snow in the neighborhood of Cincinnati was eighteen inches deep yesterday morn ing. m Police Court. There was a lively time before the Mayor yesterday morning no less than nine per sons being arraigned for different offenses: George Macaffer, for obtaining a horse and sleigh under false pretenses, was fined ten dollars and costs, and for want of the ready, he was confined to tbe narrow limits of the calaboose boundary. There, as he plys his vocation of breaking stone, he may Imagine that he la taking a glorious sleigh ride, but he will wake up to a 44 sad reality. V William Veterman and William Glick were found effbuk, and falling into the bands ot the police, were fined one dollar each, and costs, and were committed. David Fox, William Fox, Moses Thom sons, W. D.Toy, Paul Jones aud H. White, were arraigned for vagrancy, fined five dollars and costs each, and committed. And Still it Comes. We mean by the above caption that the snow still continues to descend from the cl )uds and heaps upon heaps of the arti cle is piled up promiscuously all over the city. Sleighing and sledding has become a fixed fact, and it is looked upon no longer ai a luxury. The poor horses are tired of tha continued gingle of bells in tlieir ears, and they retire one by one from the active scenes of life. We noticed no less than three fine looking horses hauled to potter's Held yesterday on drays, where they are unceremoniously dumped out on the cold, cold snow, aud next summer their bones will be bleaching upon the commons. Such is the life of a horse, especially If there should happen to be good sleighing. A Small Fire. At a few minutes before one o'clock, yes terday morning there was an alarm of fire sounded by the Third street engine. It proved to be in a brick kitchen or attach ment of tho second building from Front street on Town street, owned by William, E.Ide, known as the "Eight Buildings.' Tbe building caught fire by the coals of the grate dropping down between the weather boarding and the ceiling, and had it not been for the fact of a heavy coat of snow on the roof, it would have resulted disas trously. The South engine, we believe, was the first to throw water, although the Third street sounded the alarm. This was owing to a mistaken Idea In regard to the location of tho fire. After the engines got to work, the Are was soou subdued, and the inhabitants in that locality felt secure. Damages about $150. ' Rickly, Howell & Co., Cincinnati. This firm is engaged as Wholesale an 1 Retail Dealers in Carpctings, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Curtains, Ac., at No. 1G4 Main street, Cincinnati ; and there is no House In the West that surpasses theirs In all the requisites that go to make up a magnificent establishment. We are well acquainted with the members of this firm, and know them to be first-class busi ness men, who will not be undersold by responsible dealers anywhere. Mr. J. J. Rickxy is the well-known Banker of this city ;' and Mr. J. A.'Jkffrky, of this firm, was for a long time the obliging and. ef ficient Teller In the Bank of Richly & Brother, Columbus. Mr. E. P. Howell and Mr. . H.Coasxy are very accomplish ed and responsible business men, and it is a real pleasure to deal with them. We commend this House to public favor and patronage, and ask our readers to peruse tho advertisement of it' which we print in this Issue ot Thi Statesman. r : ' Rather Unfortunate. On last Saturday night, at a late hour, two or three individuals going up Town street, stopped at tbe "Monitor Saloon," and one of them taking hold of the door knob pushed it inwards, when a small pis tol, called, we believe, a "spring pistol," exploded and the ball took effect in his forehead, but did not penetrate the skull. The ball passed round the forehead and came out near the ear. A physician was called upon and tha wound properly dress ed, and we think it will not result in any thing very serious. ', , ., ,' . .' The proprietors of the saloon had been troubled with burglars frequently, and a few days since, one of them, whilst asleep in the saloon, had , his pocket . picked of sixty-two dollars In money henoe tbe precaution in placing a "spring pistol' at the door. .The party who were unfortur nati enough to come in contact with the dangerous weapon at the door, were inno cent of any intention of committing a bur glary. This Is rather a dangerous mode of keeping burglars from one's premises it xuizht result fatally to an innoocnt person. ... .... . . . CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 21, 1867. Council met pursuant, to adjournment tmd was callod to order by tho clerk. V' ' Tho President, Mr. Donaldson, being ab sent, Mr. Relnhard nominated Mr. Ross as President pro tern, and the yeas and nays being ordered lie was unanimously elected. Present Messrs. Armstrong, Fell, Gaver, Gibbons, Kauiuierer, Naghten, Patterson, Relnhard, Ross and Toll. Absent Messrs. liircus, Beekey, Booth, Chad wick, Comstock, Douty and Jaeger. ' The CTevk" read the' fulniites of' the pre vious meeting, which were approved.. PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS. i By Mr. Ross From John Gore and sevr enteen other titlzens, residents of the Sev enth Ward, requesting that John Lawler bo appointed a policeman of that ward. Referred to the Police committee.. , By Mr. RowFrom the Board of Educa tion of the city of Columbus, stating that a. their last regular meeting, the following r solution was adopted : ., ,., Itesohed, That tho Board of Educat'on oi the city of Columbus, Ohio, petition the Honorable City Council ot said city, to lay out and establish a street not less ' than slxtv feet in width from Ilixh street to Park street on tho line between the 'old Northern Graveyard and the land of Dr. Goodale and that the Secretary be di rected to present a copy of this resolution to the Honorable City Council aforesaid. Referred to the members of the Ninth Ward. , - . - . Mr. Ross, from the committee on the Hare Charity Fund, reported as tollowsr ; Tho committee on the Hare Charity Fund, to whom was referred the petition of tho Managers and Trustees of the In dustrial School Association and citizens of ' . 1 V. . . . 1....... t . .. .1 l, ..mil imiln. gWcrattoni and beg leave to make the fol lowing report Tne committee are of opinion that the ladv managers and trustees of the Colum bus Industrial School Association, by their efforts, have relieved the sum ring, auvanc ed the interest, end made glad too hearts of great numbers of the poor and unfortu nate ot the city and should the City Council donate to them a portion of the yearly Income of the Hare Charity Fund, it would enable them to further extend their usefulness and we would recommend that the sum of five hundred dollars per year be donated out ot the yearly means of the Hare Charity und, to the flianagers and Trustees of Mild Industrial tciiool AS: soclation lor the succeeding five years. And your committee will also ttate that there Is another Institution within our city (the St. Franc! i Hospital) having claims for our consideration ana wo wouia re om inend that the sum of five hundred dollars per year for five years, be donated out of the income or the said mre cnnrity a unu to paid Hospital. There Is still another and third Institu tion which not only asks for a part, but lavscla m to all of said Hare Charity una, by the Introduction of an ordinance by the senior member of the Second Ward. Said ordinance provides for turning over all of Raid Hare Charity r una to tne urpnans Home of Columbus. Your committee think that such proceeding would not be in accordance with -ihe meaning of the donor. Jacob Hare, when he savs ' in his will, that when the state of the funds will admit of it, the City Council may erect a suitable building, or edifice, to bo called the Orphans' Home, or Beneficial Asylum. And again he says in his will, that the fund "the Hare Charity Fund" shall be forever under the control of the City Council, to be by them expended tor the benefit oi the poor ana uniortuniuo oi me citv of Columbus. It will be remembered that tbe city, by compromise, holds only ' one-half of the! property donated dv tne win oi Baia jacoo Hare, the income from the ground rents, Interest on bonds and stocks, amounting to about only $1,350 per year the income being so small that the objects ot the donor, we think, would best harmonize by the City Council donating out of said Fund $500 per year, for the succeeding five years, to each of the three Institutions heretofore named, to-wlt: The Orphans' Home, St. Francis Hospital, and the Industrial School Association of the city of Columbus. in making such distribution of said Charity Fund, your committee are cleat ly of opinion that more good would be ex tended to the poor and unfortunate throughout the city, than by giving the whole amount to one Institution. ' In conclusion, yonr committee would re mark, that they would not be doing justice to themselves, their constituents, and above all, to the poor and unfortunate of the city, should they withhold ' their Opinions as herein set forth. WM. L. ROSS, N. GIBBONS, WM. NAGHTEN. WM. NAGHTEN. Report filed. REPORTS. The standing committee on Fire Depart ment in accordance with a resolution of the Council reported as to the condition of cisterns in Columbus. They decide that fifty new cisterns should be built and as m.iny wells In connection therewith the whole to cost $30,500. They recommend that fifteen wells and cisterns be built as soon as possible, one in the First ward, two in the Second ward, one In the Third, one In the Fourth, one In the Filth, three in tho Sixth, one In the Seventh, one in the Eighth and six in the Ninth ward. Referred to committee on Fire Department. , ' :' ' Mr. Fell reported that the city of ColumT bus has credit on the books of the C. O. R. R. Company for $1,500 old stock, entitling them to $600 stock in the re-organized company.' . , , ', ... , .v, . The Clerk wa instructed to secure the bond for the said amount and deposit it in the city Treasury. ORDINANCES. The following ordinances i were intro duced and read the first time t ,'!'! '". ' ' ' By Mr. Relnhard An ordinance accept ing Nathaniel Morion's sub-division ot out-lots 82 and 103 and parts of out-lots 83, 102 sod 104 In the city of Columbus. "; 1 , By the same An ordinance making ap- propriatlons for current expenses, u i i ... The following., ordinance was read the third time and laid on the table till next meeting:- '. "-' ''. To vacate so much of English alley as lies between parts of lots 759 and 760. ' On motion, the Council adjourned until next Monday evening at 7 o'clock. ' Atheneum. a The "Old Drury" was Ailed again last night to wltncsi the varied performances of Mr. , M'eaver's : 4 dramatique" trouper Variety is the spice of life, notwithstanding the assertions of prudish men and women to the contrary. Mr,, Weaver Is determined to make the old Atheneum the place of amuse ment In this city, and having expended a considerable amount Of money in order that the audience can be made comfortably warm during the coldest nights of the season, and at the same time have the worth of their money in moral amusements, it is but right and jiiBt that " Old Drury" should be pat ronized. . :;! "''!.- i : Another varied entertainment will be given this evening. Those who love music interspersed with almost all kinds of re spectable enjoyment,' will of course be on handj-"'' '''"" " ,; : j;.. , i' -Jl; .."" '1 '' I '"' Incorporated. 'Plymouth Foundry and Machine Tho Company" certllicate fj incorporation was filed yesterday in the office of tho Secre tary of Stato. -The corporators are Wil liam W. Denoman, Jacpb Buck, J. G. Strelt, II. C. Breckinridge, L. B. Boaidman, J. S; Barr, ,F. Portlier, John Bechman, John' Wctz, Jacob A. Newman, Samuel Ti au ger, William Cuykcndall, W. II. Syker, Daniel Brewer, Solomon Spear, S. M. Rob inson, Austin Get man, Robert McDouough Win. Warte, Thom.is D. Win to, L. B. Guu fcaullisand Joslah Brinkerhoff. This association Js MtornicdJfqrttthe,,pvr-. poso of engaging In tho manufacture and sale of castings, agricultural inurements : steam machinery,' 'iron work and general repairs. The capital stock Is thirty thou . sand dollars, divided Into shares of one hundred dollars each, and the location is Plymouth, Richland county ,,Qhio Leonard Brick Company—Change of Annual Meeting. Atf.VmMlng'df the stktibldorf olQftel "XconSrd ''Brick Company," "January 7, 1 13G7, the following resolution was passed unanimously: f " Jlesolved, That' the 7th" By-law of this ConiUHiiv, fixing the third Monday in January for the regular annual meeting (if thb stock holders ot .this Cnmpauyf IW and the same is approved, and that day hereby designated lor salu meeting." The above was tlled yesterday In the of fice of Secretary of State. i'": ( ' Closing out at Cost at Taft Son. : . : janl6-lm '....!. I Vi -'ll.-i : Thomas and Jeremiah, are now stopping at A.llennebo's. ' ' At Cost t At Cost at Talt & Son, 40 North High.' janl6-lm For a first-class Cigar, go to Hennobo's ' T . riani aiming-. . , , . Orders left at J. Harris & Coi's Store, No 36 North High street, will be attended to by ....: l; i. ! E. CORNELISON. ; oct27-tf ' ' ' A genuine cup of Coffee, at Hennebo's. At Cost to close the business at Taft & Sou. ' i i . Jaiiia-lm i I : ' 'Precraatlnal Isn la the Thief af Time.i) By delaying and forgetting to have a sup ply of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in the house, ready ior immediate use, you may have to suffer, for many hours, pain and distress In the stomach, which would be immediately cured if you already had It on hand, ready for immediate use. It is immediate in its action, and cures permanently Dyspepsia and all its kindred troubles. Coe's Cough. Balsam may also always be relied on in cases of Croup, Whooping Cough; Colds, Coughs, and all' throat and all pulmonary complaints. janlO-d&wlw . '; :' Nervous and Sick lleadacbc, Caoaes sy n i aadluiei ;('(!';';'; j " Ncryous and sick headacho'arc induced by Indigestion, costiveuess, foul stomach,' and a torpid state of the liver. Persons suffering from thete complaints should avoid, as much as possible, the too free use of spirituous and malt liquors, coffee and tobacco, and keep the : bowels open,: by small but frequent doses of Roback's Blood Tills, and pursuing a regular course, of 'habits, when tbey will find they never fail to remove the difficulty. janlO-d&wlw ; For a goad meal of victuals, go to Hen nebo's. n. , u ;!,r .'t !! r fjfivs Wew Advertiseme mr-ui-j .) MERCHANTS DISPATCH, . American' 'ExpressnC6.,! PROPRIETORS. SPECIAL A KHAF.!IIRIVTS NOTICE. HAVE n F. Eft 'MKlldHANTrt l)lSFAT(!ll."otht it will n. t ma r r inrwardiDi prnoertr raosvad or taa be delayed or ubjected to any a lditional ei peine to the ihirpr or oonsipnee in eonaeqaence of tbe refniial of the Had on Kivtr Kuiln ad Oomoanr to allow traaahipineat at Aloany without change of E. CUMMINO, Superintendent, A. H. MVINUNTON. Aent. ' i . ho. ltt hurray sueet, New York. Colnmbui, January S3, 18U7. dot PJERfeOlXAr.. ill i':':' lit i it ! If... n I h (I TO THE ' PUBLIC. TTAVINfl NOTICE D AM ARTICLE TN XX the paper over the signature of Adulphni Lo'io, statin (hat it waa not the furnace, pf bis manufacture thataet fire to the Third Presbyterian Church on Seventh street,- below- Lion, recently, bul the one manufactured by Mr. M.. in justice .to Mr. Martin, w would 'state that the firilid .not originate rroui aiy defect of bis t urnace, but Irom other causes. ..Two years' since 'we rerbovd ea of i Mr. Lotse's Furnaces and put one of Mr. Martin's in tha place of it, which has been ia eonstast uie and ives entire catisfaotion. Wa can.cheerfglly reo- omrn end it to the publioi , ' ! .'I ' f JOHN H. JOUVET, JBANCTS TERRY, ' JOU-N, R- DAVEf.af A-EUailUKLE; 1 D. A. MITCHELL, J. B. KINO. ' '' ' ClHClNMATiTApril 18, ISM. ' Martin's Patent Frnaoj manofautured fcy Pe ter Martin, of this city; I have no hesitation" in ' pronouncing the best I have ever observed. He was employed to put one in the church I now serve, last fall.: We have given It a fair trial, and the whole , Society unite inprsi'ing it, as incomparably supe rior to anything we bare ' everts etc. . Several gen Uemenof my congregation ueethis Furnace inthoir private residences, and in every ease are perfectly latisBei. I cannot take time minutely to describe ; this furnace.. I will just say that it burns less coalt and gives a greater volume f heat than any ,Fufr naoe I am acquainted withknd il free from snloXe, duat ana Impure air. i l : t.,-.nt . . WJLBERiMoKAIG. 'U JanM-dlm Pastor Third Presbyterian Church. :, ht SISBIRT. 8IEDEIIT I. W. LILLIT. LILLBY, .Mail Munrha t HiOJI BLAfiK BOOK I' ; AND ciiDccDioTirm Dnnv diidi icuree J 1 1 ; I OUUdVilll iiu uuun , uuuijiiliij, SOUTH HIGH ST., OPERA EOUSB BUILDIHO, t janlO-eodlr I ." . ! ' ' ' t ;caitmsps onipi THE TJKDEMS1G!MED, VISIIIIVO TO rutire-frora active business, now offer their old ' well known Dry Uood ealablieument. with stuck of uoods, matures, ac.,poi saie. , jor ierni. ao .ap- nlv ti . . CoJUmbos, Januar; i " 'I "li.l ,i;u a.ia tvn, . CrtllTT. a. p., uowsi.l. j. A. intf IT. HICKLY, HOWIIIjI .t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS III oiKj(Wth,&y MUW.'lllWllllli"T ''TJ'T'll II I II .. J WINDOW SHADES, At3DLA i AT fJQWO (PHIOESir-C 1 HO. 184 IMAIX STREET, ; aiii noi- I Miar Fourth, onio. jan22-d6tnigij 1 Beady Hade Clothlog ALL AND WINTER GOODS. UE OniO HERCnANTi TAILORING AND CLOJHIO CO., NO. 185 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, j Baulk High Street, Celiatus, ., Take leave respeotfully to tender their thanks to tbe pnblio for the liberal patronage bestowed on their establishment sinoe its commencement, and to as sure their patrons, that their efforts shell overs to render entire satisfaction, by making up garment 1 arranted to be from first class giods, by eompetent . w. in ?iafflf oeouiita: CUT fiTTnnnn Workmen and to fit accurately. We a-e now receiv ing, and shall continue to do so. weekly during tha "T;. MMin art. wa XQ. OUR FALL AHDWINTER STOCK. For Overcoats and Business Sails1 Esquimaux. F. and H. Beavers, Pilot Cloths, Heavy Tricots, Castor Beavers, Chinchillas, Heavy Milled Doeskins, t)err1 CaMiineros. A ltd. themeat llcgabl SHiortmentof plain and fancy fabrics, for FSLTO-Tei iV.NI3VI3BTO, Imported from Kngland, Franeef Belgium "ami Hwitserland.everbrnughttothiscitv Toallwhioh we invite the attention of the gentlemen of Colum bus and theaurrnundingoonntry.assuringtbemtfaat our facilities, with being workman ourselves, eoablee us, not only to krep better Goods, but to loUCHCAT eh than other bouses in the city. READY MADE DEPARTMENT In the line of Ready Hade Garments, our Stock la complete, and in thie connection, we desire it to be understood that we keep no H noddy, or goods of in ferior grades, all being manufactured to order, and expressly for this establishment. . THE GERTlIIhEN'S TilSHInGiEMRTKEIT Is replete with every article pertaining to the Gen tleman's outfit. i THE Oj-M. T. k C. CO. prl7-deodly-a NEWrGO0DS!5riEVCC::3! I ,h SB ABE. JVOW-RECEIVtTVOIvVTTlini IV Vm IhM a DRESS GOODS. DELAINES. OVERCOATINGS, MEKINOES, PIUNTS. CLOTHS, KMPRESS CLOTHS. MUSLINS, CASSIMERIiiJ,. . JOBURGS.rTTa- FLA N N E LS. T ' -1 8 ATIN ETlfe 13 C ALPACAS, Hons Midi Flaknils, j JEANS, AO. In fspt, gliajal,iftsoflmerlt'of fTf 1 .y i dm"- W f0 DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. : j TTWI HI . NEW GOODS Sontag, Hoods, Hosiery, Gloves, Gents' Hats and Caps, llnya Hata and Caps. Fur Caps, Fur Trimmed Caiis, ur Collars, Fur Uleveay Buok Gloves and Mittens, Kid Gloves, tie Our Store will beonen nTaninrn frfim . Lading rivlfiMren's Fun. Ladias'TtrTrtaA- C7 StoSVcloelt,-.-. from Deoehiber 1st to; January 1st, 1667. ale of.WAAU - I1A.XS, CAPS Ac, JTTJIIS. Nn. 2S4, Southwest corner of JItoh aadlFrlend Strceta. - i C EBEBLYJcCO. ianlO-codly-decS LEAD PENCIL COMPANY, I NEW TORK. FACTORY IIIDSOlV.CITTal-S JF, (I This a ft - r LEAD - PENCILS. Equal in quality to tne Beat Brands. KgrlTAB TheoompnvM taken rreat.pai litis aad bivesUd a large,capltal in fitting up their factory, and now ask toe AMERICAN PyBLW V? live iheiipenoil afairtrial. V, j ilMl ALL STYLES AND GRADES RK,MArj-, . Great care has been bestowed to the maqufart'nrw jng of SomieS J112XAUON LfiA-WlNU sVaiU TA C1LH, Specially prepared for the use of Engineers. ArohiteoteAitlBU. Ae H v - tH 1 . a oorupiete asortmeni,f constantly fm . band, is offered at fair terms to the trade " - gUtheJur ,Wbp(eeaaIjBBWou.Ki lv l V-0 M JOHN STREET. tipt T H NEW TUKK" rr(r iu Ifijlir.! 1'.)' Mini m. ..-, .Ilini) t " ' th renoiu are to be n ' ,tl all prinoU . T.Z U erf 'Pal Stationers and Notion " alara. ruww. . r.2 ..I.. - - . i ..' ...If ... iit-' -A .!, Imi. vsibi nata.. ... t"" ! .! it.ama-i and 4V Aak fog American Ie Picii.'-.!' 'i-' nnfQa riAaam . .. ''' ' 'U ' --7'":. K.V-:.I AIR TIGHT COOK STOVE. " '('pTpnjcjrjjj. The iBcst Store in the (0Tf mmrnt. nracnte j r thi. THB PECFLIAB. FEATURE X Stove is the novel onstrnotion of the Oven. whioli makes itthe most thorough bake' in user- -wnAi You have aocess to the Oven in front, converting the J sidoBinto flues, eiyingit twosaoxe heating lurfaoaa than any other Strive made.' '' " As the Htove is, constructed it is Intended foe. either WOOiJj'orCOifc .oaeretlnl U-,aitUlf equaUjwell. t oniitJcAtiMi iiU-r, taa "A ,MHW,mitkifili street, 7 a.'ianv I