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; PEINTEb AND published BT . The Ohio Statesman Company - E. It. ESnEtiIAIV, Editor. . columbus, dinoi SATURDAY MORNING - APRII 13 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. TOU GOVERNOR, ALLEN G. TUTJHB1AN, of Frank" In. f' . ; . ' ItlCTBiiKT GOVXXNOB, ! ' : ' . v ' ; ' : : . , DANIEL 8. UIIL) of Holmes. TBB ASCBBB OF BTATB. 1 7 ' j ' ' r ' ' C." FULTON,, of Crawford. v- -. AUDITOR OT STATS, -' v JOHN ISeELWEEi of Butler.. , , , f :- - ' - ATTORNBT SBNEBAX. FRANK II. IIUD of Knox. 1 ; ' Btrrasui JUDfl. THO HAS Iff. KEY of Hamilton. - ' ' - ?. OOMPTBOLLKB OF TOT TBBABITBT, j WILLIAM-SHERIDAN, jr.; of Williams. KBMBSTt BOARD FCBi-IOWORM. AltTHCR HCOHE8,of Cuyahoga Letter from Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. y dlhcAxu..-; 'rVi ? v. An admirable letter from -this aistln alshed jrentlematt'on the1 'sitaatldin'? beloand In to-day's Statesman. .?. c: . v; Speech of Hon. S. M. Heller. Oa the outsider of Taa StATESMAJr this mortilnz ' will ' be fouhd A ' brief ' speech of Hon. 3. Ms Heller, delivered In the House 'of.Eepresentatlves drf ilherevenipg of the 10th, on the resolution of Hon. Mr; Stanton;' of -Hamilton coantr, eulo glstic tof the; 39th; Dongressi '.TRiis Is .one of the best apeeches that has been made in the legislature this sesslonvrifrispolnied and forcible, and U made In, behalf of . class of persons that In these tiays of" Re publican party -ascendancy irecelve ' pre-" clous little consideration at any other than election times. We, mean the geat work ing classV. , . f; - it w j . o ' New of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. Gold closed in New Tork yesterday eve- A mother in Hudson City whipped two school teachers1 for whipping herchlldi-i A Massacrttsktts clergymau-is certain thar God is in . favor of the ' prohibitory, liquor law. u "AChihaman in San Francisco, named Hang JJpy "committed "suicide" by, hanging himself. I THiBTT'-irouB colored persons in I?hila- delphia own property to the amount of l,358,00b:" '".; ! " V Sevkeai. -fine landscape painters are among ' the ' permanent ' boarders in the Maine State Prison. ' ' A man in Indiana chopped eight' and three-eighths Oords of wood : in five hours, and received $40 lor it. v - ::-:: "vr rrr i Tmc JVoricuA (Connecticut) Bulletin finds the election figures disgusting. Meaning the figures cut by Republicans. ,'. ' ; Thb presence of a great many French of ficers in Havana stimulated the lottery bus iness and tickets sold for $17.50. There has been a tremendous hail storm in Cuba, causing great destruction of prop, erty, , Some of the hail stones measured, lrom three to seven inches in diameter. " - A Bxjrr Is pending in the Supreme Conrt New York, to recover from Herring, the safe man, $26,000, which amount was stolen ft 6m a safe the defendant warranted burglar; proof. " :' ,K' ' Ik Marvki. has gone in business in New' Tftrk'afl "nnnfl,nH1 noront fnr thA rtlir- chase and sale of real estate.? . Marvel has been by turns a lawyer, an essayist, a nov elist, and an amateur farmer. - - - STATE NEWS. An Ohio editor hasn-ecently had a new shirt collar presented him, and he Is how waiting lor-some one to give him a shirt, so that he may be able to put the collar to use; "At present it is a perfect superfluity.? , l- i Archbishop. Purceix, .says the Chilli cothe Advertiser, assisted by other divines, performed the holy rites of dedication lor; the new Catholic Church at Waverly on Monday- rA large 'numberof bur citizens attended the ceremonies. ' Tax managers of the Sidney Prize Con-? cert have definitely arranged that the books JiUJw closedjonthe30th day of May,"and the, d irawing will taYe'piace'on the 25th i day of Jane. Until th& former date tickets will be sold. tTHBKB'men; named Snyder, made -an-assault on Judge Lang on Wednesday even ing of last week, says the Seneca Advertiser, for what cause we-did- not learn. They were taken before Mayor Landori on Thurs-j day morning and bound over for their ap pearance at Court. .," f nxj are going to have a musical tour ifament &t Fremont, on Tuesday and Wed nesday the litti and 12th days of -June next. The brass and string bands and glee club? of Ohio have been invited to be pres-' ent aud participate in the contest. Splendid prizes are to be offered. .-, ; - , .. t,:,y. We gathered a new idea last week, says the Ohio Stale Register, from one ot our best planters in relation to tomatoes. He says that much better tomatoes may be made by setting the plants between the hills of corn in the field. He is of the opinion that the corn imparts a sweetness to the tomato. Give it atrial. At McCoy's Station, on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh railroad, on Saturday, John Mc Coy shot and killed Joseph McDonald There was n ' old quarrel between the parties, McDonald having once severely beaten McCoy. The murderer 1 went to Steubenville, and gave himself up, stating that he had not intended to kill, but only to wound, his victim. ' . "The fine brick residence of Mr. Stitt, on East Liberty street, was partially destroy ed by fire last Saturday . aiternoon. The loss Is estimated at about $1,500. The orlr giii of the fire is not known as a. fact, but it is surmised to have been occasioned by sparks from the smoke-stack of Messrs. Curry's planing mill blowing on the roof, where the fire first commenced. So says the Wayne-Covnty Democrat, On Tuesday morning last the barn of Caleb Peck, situate in Howland, was de stroyed by fire; together with considerable bay and farming utensils contained there in. It was supposed to be the work of an incendiary. Mr. Peck offers a reward of five hundred dollars for the arrest and con viction of the guilty party. So says the Warren Constitutionalist. Ox Monday, 8th inst. says the JMarrietta rJlgisttr Jesse Vickers received a four-horse loid, consisting of 900 dozen eggs, 400 pounds of butter, 2 barrels of lard, besides considerable quantities of dried apples, onions and rags. These articles came from the neighborhood, of Harriets vllle andMid dleburg, in the south-easterly part of Noble county. On that day, Mr. Vickers took in 1,700 dozen of eggs ; and on one day a short time previous he took in 3,000 dozen, eggsT act eount. They were shipped to Pitts burgh. ; ' . . Character of the Equatorial Negro. Sro. Mr. Du Chaillu, In his UJ aurney to Ash ango Land, and Further Penetration Into Equatorial Africa," just published, con cludes his book as follows : "As to his future capabilities, I think ex treme views have prevailed among us. Some hold the opinion that the negro will never rise higher than he is others think that he is capable of reaching the highest state of civilization. For my-own part I do not agree with either of these opinions. I believe that the negro may become a more useful member of mankind than he is at present; that he may be raised to a higher standard ; but that if left to himself, he will soon fall back into barbaris7n, for we have no example to the contrary. In fus own coun'ry the efforts of the missionaries for hundreds of years 'had no effect: "the' missionary goes away, and the people relapse into barbarism rnougn a people may De taugnt tne arts and sciences known by more gifted nations, unless they have the power of progression in themselves, they must inevitably relapse in the course of time into their former state. Of all the uncivilized races of men, the ne gro has been found to be the most tractable and the most docile, and he possesses excel lent qualities that compensate in a great measure for his bad ones. "Ve ought, therefore, to be kind to him and try to elevate him. .That he will disr appear in time from his' land, I. have very little doubt, and that he will follow In the 'course of time the inferior races who have preceded him. So let us write his history." And it Is the descendants of thl3 race a race that all efforts by Missionaries for hundreds of years to elevate, have been of no permanent avail ; for no sooner have the Missionaries gone away than the Negroes upon whom. the civilizing labor was be stowed, relapsed into barbarism that the Republicans In Ohio would jnake toters of and the participants in the administration of Government, Ask yourself ask your Republican neighbor whether it is really prejudice, and nothing more than preju dice, occasioned by the blackness of the Negro's skin and the curlluess of his hair, that causes the mass of White men to be reluctant to share with them a voice In the Government, or Whether it does not arise fronOj.. Jhta. .constitutional .inferiority. The White man doesiiot rurr into a state of bar barism alter having undergone a refining and elevating process. All testimony that is in the least credible establishes the fact indisputably that the Negroes left to them selves, no matter what amount of refining power they were brought in contact with, return to a state of 'barbarism. This being indisputable, what is Civil Government to gain in this country by giving to them a voice and hand in its direction ? Since 1860 our people have been afflicted with bad government, and we are now real izing the effects of that bad government We recognize it in depressed trade, in ex cessive "taxes, the outgrowth of r profli gacy J and corruption, in part. There must be' reformation in these matters or our people, be they White or Black, will not be able to get along. Now, will the making of voters out of a race of people, who, left to themselves after being subjected to civilizing influences, relapse into barbar ism, give us the needed reform in the ad ministration of Government? That's the question that presses itself upon our atten tion. As a. party to conduct the, Goyern-ment-"properly, the Republican party has been a lamentable failure. By laying this we do not wish to be understood as saying that there are no capable men in the Re publican party ; but availing themselves of the patriotic impulses of- the people, a set of political adventurers, characterless and conscienceless, have managed to get con trol of the ' Republican organization and work themselves into snugger ies. It -is --these -.adventurers who want to make a political power out of the Negroes not that the Negroes shall, in. any sense, b.e thereby benefitted ;. but that they and those who are some way related to them-rshall have control and direction of the Government. An alliance on their part, with an inferior race would certainly not give us the improvement in the administration of affairs that the inter ests j)f the cUBtryJmDfiratlvely demand If itcoftlcf be shown that by investing the Negro -with ,the . privilege of voting and participating in the administration of Gov ernment, we would have an assurance that the administration would be marked by more purity,- economy and generally be more beneficient to the country at large than has been ! the 1 case hitherto, there would be "furnished an -: argument' that Would amount to something in favor of NegrofSuffrage. z r-' The Delano Contest. On Tuesday, says' the Newark Advocate the examination. of witnesses on behalf of Mr. Delano in the contested election case, was commenced at thelProbate Judge's of fice in Newark... . The examination - on the part of Mr. Delano is conducted by Wal- ter Smith, Esq., of the Mt. Vernon bar. On Tuesday, the examination failed to help him a vote.' The labors of Wednesday were equally fruitless." On yesterday,' down to the hour of going, to press they had ac complished nothing, except to establish the fact that'after the use of the most untiring effort,' there was scarcely-"a shadow on which torest a charge of fraudulent vot- ingon'tbe part of" Gen." Morgan's" friends f ? ' 1 V . TT ' - ' A. " a! in AUCKiug. xa ivnucuuui me result was the came. "The examination in Muskingum and Coshocton commences next week. Don't Take to it Affectionately. of Highland county, does not take affec tionately to the Negro enfranchising and White man disfranchising Amendment. It recites the circumstances attending its pas sage, and then' directs 'attention 'to the amendment which it publishes as an ad vertisement, without committing itself in favor of it. There are a great many Re publicans in the Republican ranks who are not yet ready to commit themselves in favor of this Amendment. V . ' Jefferson Palm, Esq. This gentleman, who for nearly five years has edited the' JFarren Constitu ion with ability, Judgment and zeaL has severed his connection with that journal for the purpose of .taking up his residence in Ken tucky. Wc regret his leaving Ohio. He is not only a staunch Democrat, but is a gentleman in every sense of the word, and as 'such we have no hesitancy in recom mending him to whatever people he may make his borne among. Our good wishes lor his success attend him. Think So Too. The Ohio Eagle thinks that with the is sue of Negro Suffrage and the disfranchise ment' of the Whites, that the Radicals have forced on the people, " old Fairfield ought to roll up 3,000 majority at the Octo ber election "against the amendment and against the Radical nominees for State and county offices.' . To the Soldiers and Sailors—A Card. : It is respectfully requested by the " Con servative Army and Navy Union," of this city, that all persons who have been sol diers or sailors, and rejected by the United States Senate for any office for which they had been nominated, or any where removed from office, with the causes as far as known or alleged therefor, send their names, rank aud military history of service in the army, with their postoffice address, to Captain Frank ' Gelse, . Corresponding i Secretary, Conservative Army and Navy Union, Washington; P. 0 J J - ; By order of the Executive Committee. Washington, D. C, April 2, 1S67. All papers throughout the country, friendly to. the interests of the soldiers and sailors, will please copy the above. New York has succeeded in domestica ting in its Park a large number of English sparrows. ' ' The Ohio Legislature. FRIDAY, April 12, 1867. SENATE. MORNING SESSION. The following reports from committee were made : Mr. WILLIAMSON, from the com mittee on the Judiciary, reported in favo of the passage of II. B. 42S, Legalizing sale made by the commissioners of Cham t paign county, of certain' railroad stock, anc' the transfer of the proceeds to the buildiny. fund of said county, .. ..... ' , Read a third time; and passed yeas: 21. nays 1 Mr. Berry. ; By Mr. COLE, from the same commit-. tee, recommending the indefinite postpone tnent of II. B. 305, To amend section 552 ol the code of-civil procedure, ; which wa agreed to. Bv Mr. WILLIAMSON, from the sam committee, S. B. 433, To repeal a certain act therein named,.: without recommenda tion. The bill was read a third time and passed yeas 24, nays none. Repeals a law oi 1861, for building a bridge In Paulding county. Mr. COLE, from the same committee recommending indefinite postponement' ol II. B. 403, Supplementary to the act defin ing the duties of county commissioners and county recorders, and providing for an abstract title record of real estate, which was agreed to. "Mr. BATE MAN, from the same commit tee', reported In favor of the passage of H. B. 414, To authorize transcripts of maps, plats, &c. " Read the. third time and passed yeas 25, navs none. ' . By .Mr. MILLIAMSON, from the same committee, in favor ot House amendments to S. B. 354, To punish trespasses on min ing lands. . ., The amendments were agreed to-r-yeas 21, nays.o. .- .,: . Mr. SADLER, from the same committee, reported in favor of the passage of II. B. 285. To facilitate the settlement of estates. Provides that funds arising from sales of estates remaining in tne nanus oi pro bate Judsres, and not called, for by claim- ants, shall be deposited in the county treas ury. .;:-? : --t" " The bill was advocated by Mr. Sadler, and opposed by Messrs. Brown and Cole. On motion of Mr. SADLER, It was laid on the table. By Mr. WILLIAMSON, from r the same committee, S.'B. 427, To require executors and administrators to settle up their execu torship and administratorship, without rec ommendation. . The bllkWas laid on thetable.' r', r r r. By Mr. WILLIAMSON, from the same committee, . a. 3W,ro" provide ior as sessments on tne stockholders of insolvent railroad companies, with, remonstrances thereUxrasklng to be discharged from fur ther consideration of the subject. .The bill and remonstrances were laid on the table. v , - - r - r - ' By Mr. SADLER, from the same com mittee, in favor of the Indefinite postpone ment of S. B. 3o6, In relation to false prac tices ; which was agreed to. Bv Mr. BATEMAN, in favor of the pass age of H. B. 410, To amend sec. 313 o code, relating to competency of witnesses: Read a third time and passed yeas 20, navs 3. Authorizes guardians of lunatics and idiots to testify as to matters occurring after their appointment. By Mr. COLE, from the same commit tee, recommending indefinite postpone ment of HaB.lNo. 563,-Supplementary to an act concerning the relation of guardian and' ward, passed April 12, , 18o9; which was agreed to: w ' ' ' - 1 Bv,Mr. SADLER, from the same com mittee, in favor of the passage of H. B. No. 572, To -provide for the payment of U. S. duties or taxes on estates of deceased per sons. ,; ' ' ' ' . Read a third time and passed yeas 23, uavs 1. 'f Provides that such taxes shall be paid out of proceeds of sales of estates, of deceased persons.j House Messages were read, and the Presi dent signed "sundry bills and resolutions sent up trom the House. Mr. ' HOLEISTER, from a select com mittee of three, reported amendments to H. B. No. 517, Further to provide for the government of Juongvlew asylum, &c. Amendments agreed to, and the bill passed yeas 30, nays none. Amendments increase the number ot trustees to six, and require the filing of vouchers of receipts from pay patients witn county commisr sioners, &c. - Mr. BATEMAN, from the committee on the Judiciary, reported amendments to H. B. 545, To arrest the social evil in cities. The amendments were agreed to and or dered to be engrossed, and the bill read a third time this afternoon. . Mr.DOWDNEY, irom the committee on Finance, reported, - recommending that H. u. 557, lo amena tne--i7tu, zucn and 5(itn sections of the act for the assessment and taxation of property, &c be laid on the table, which was agreed to. Mr.HAYDEN, from the same committee, made a like report relative to S.B.400, To further prescribe the duties of theAnditor of State, and the county auditors and Treasurer , of State, which was agreed to. Mr. HALL, from the same committee, reported amendments to S. B. 275, To prcH vide tor the establishment ot a commission to encourage immigration, and to prevent . i . . l &i f ; irauuuieab practices BaiueL immigrants, fcc. " , The amendments were disagreed to, and the bill was indefinitely postponed yeas 14, nays 13, as follows : Yeas Messrs. ' Berry, Brooks, Brown, Carl in, Coombs, .Dowd.ney, Golden, Gris woid, Kellogg, Martin, McFarland, Sadler, Tibbals, West 14. Nays Messrs. Bradbury, Burt, Cole, Godfrey, Hall, - Hay den. Jones, Jnstice, Linn, May, WaMog Warner, William son 13. . ' i ' , ' : I. : .' - J - . ' Mr. BROOKS, from the same committee, reported, recommending -that the Senate refuse to concur in House amendments to Senate amendments to H. B. 321; To amend an act prescribing the duties of county au ditors.: i The Senate agreed to the report, and re fused to concur iu House amendments to Senate Amendments yeas 4, nays 24. . Mr. BATEMAN moved to reconsider the vote whereby the Senate refused to concur in House amendments to II. B. 513,' To amend sections 2, 3 and 4 of the act to pro vide the device of the great seal, &c. The motion was agreed to, and the Sen ate receded yeas 27, nays none. Mr. UALLi, from the committee on Fi nance, reported the joint resolution rela tive to a sine die adjournment, striking out Monday the 15th, aud inserting Wednes day the 17th, at 9 o'clock A. M., as the time for adjournment. The report, after discussion by several Senators, was agreed to yeas 16,. nays 14, as follows : Yeas Messrs. Bate man, Burt, Carlin, Cole, Coombs, Dowdney, Hall, Ilayden, llol lister, Justice, Kellogg, Linn, Martin, Walling, West, Williamson 16. Nays Messrs. Berry, - Brooks, Brown, Godtrev, Golden, Griswold, Harris. Jones, May, McFarland, Sadler, Tibbals, Warner, Wiilett 14. ; Mr. MARTIN moved to strike out 9. and insert 10, as the hour for adjournment; which was disagreed to. Mr. BATEMAN moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate agreed to the re port of the committee, fixing the adjourn ment on the 17th. After some discussion, the motion was withdrawn. The question was then taken on agreeing to the resolution as. amended, and it was agreed to yeas , nays 6, as follows: Yeas Messrs. Bateman, Berry, Bradbu ry, Burt, Carlin. Cole, Coombs, Dowdney, Golden, Hall, Harris, Ilayden, Hollister, Hurd, Jones, Justice, Kellogg, Linn, May, Martin, Walling, Warner, West, William son, Wiilett 25. Nays Messrs. Brown, Godfrey, Gris wold, McFarland, Sadler, Tibbals 6. Leave of absence for the remainder of the session was asked and obtained for Messrs. Griswold and Bradbury. AFTERNOON SESSION. Mr. COLE, from the committee on Claims, reported on H. J. R. 147, Relative to the claims of the heirs of Dr. Robert Thomo son, recommending its indefinite postpone ment : which was agreed to. The PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Auditor of State. in response to a resolution calling for In formation in reference to the removal of taxable funds out of this State, to be In vested In Government bonds and securities for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes. - On motion of Mr. BROOKS, the comma ntcation was referred to the committee on i Finance.' ? -'-:- Messages from the House were taken tip and read. The Senate concurred in House amend ments to S. B. 262, To authorize the countv commissioners to lay out and establish free turnpikes, and to repeal certain acts therein named, and so the bill is a law. H. B. 305, For the incorporation and reg ulation of Life and Health Insurance Com panies, with House amendments, was re ferred to the committee on Insurance. S. B. 224, To abolish the bureau of sol- dlers claftns, and the office of claim agent, with House amendments, was referred to the committee on Military Affairs. H. B. 571, To chauge the boundaries of Pleasant and Miami townships, in Logan county, was read twice, under a suspen sion of the rule, and referred to a commit tee of one Mr. Cole. On motion of Mr. SADLER, the vote by which the Senate failed to pass H. B. 375. .To amend the act for the punishment of certain offenses therein named, passed March 8th. 1831." was reconsidered. The bill punishes obtaining goods under false pretenses by imprisonment in the peniten tiary, and Is designed to reach "confidence men."J . : Messrs. Sadler, Williamson and Kellogg spoke In favor of the bill, and Messrs. Tib bals and Dowdney against it. ' ' ; The bill was lost yeas 18, nays 12, lack ing one vote ot the requisite majority. Mr. TIBBALS, from the committee on Pnblic Works, reported on the petition ot Wra. Whitney, asking to be discharged from a further consideration of it, which was agreed to. ' 1 Mr. HAYDEN, from the committee oh Municipal Corporations, reported ih favor of the passage of H. B. 552, Supplementary to the act to provide for the organization ot cities, &c. ; The bill was read a third time and passed yeas 29, nays none. Prohibits the change of grades of streets in incorporated villages, at the expense of owners of adja cent lands. ! Mr. HAXiL, from the 'same committee, reported in favor ot laying on the table H. B. 653, Supplementerv to the act to amend further the 61st section ot the act for the Incorporation' of clties,: &cj which was agreed to. ' - Mr. HAYDEN, from the same commit tee, reported In favor of the passage of H. B. 567, To amend an act passed April 2S, iso-i, amending section zo ot the act to pro vide for the incorporation of cities, &c. " The bill was read a third time and passed yeas 28, nays none, f Merely corrects a clerical error in an act heretofore passed at tms session, i , " Mr. MARTIN, Irom the committee on Schools and School Lands,, reported In fa- ! vor of the passage of H. B. 5o8, To author Ize the board of education of Westerville :and the territory annexed, for school pur poses, to borrow money, levy taxes, and Issue bonds for the purpose of building a : school house.' The bill was read a third time and passed , yeas 22, nays none. . Mr. MARTIN, from the 6ame committee, ! reported in favor of the passage of 1. Ji 551. To amend the act for the support and .better regulation of common schools of the city of Columbus, passed Jb eoruary 6, JMa, and the acts amendatory thereto, rne bill :was read a third time and passed yeas 23, nays 2. .' fThe bill makes the Treasurer of Frank lin county ex-officio Treasurer of the Board of Education of Columbus. Mr. GODFREY, from the same commit tee, reported in favor ol the passage of H. B. 527, To authorize the sale or certain school1 lands in Jackson township, Pike county. - Head a third time and passed : yeas 26, navs none. . Mr. MAY, from the committee on Mili tary Affairs, reported In favor of the in definite postponement of H. B. 520, To provide for the appointment of commis sioners to examine certain claims growing out of the Morgan raid, and prescribing their duties, which was agreed to. i Mr, GODFREY, from the committee on ; Manufactures and Commerce, reported In favor of the passage ot n.n. 561, To pro vide for the inspection ot mineral oils for illuminating purposes, and to repeal acts therein named. . The bill was read the third time and passed yeas 27, nays none,. The bill in 'creases the standard from 100. to 110 de grees, the same as adopted by Congress in section 26 of revenue laws, provides lor the -appointment of a sufficient number of in spectors in a county, Instead of one inspec tor and deputies, makes inspectors and ven ders equally liable, and Is applicable to all oils for Illuminating purposes, crude or re- nnea. i Mr. HURD, from the committee on Cor porations other than Municipal, reported in favor of the passage of H. B. 325, For the incorporation of water cure associa tlons. The bill was read the tnird time and pass ed yeas 28, navs none. Mr. MARTIN, from the committee on Benevolent Institutions, reported amend' ments to II. B. 570, To provide for the com pensation of the trustees of the benevolent institutions of the State, in certain cases. While discharging duties under the acts requiring their services in the erection of buildings. Amendments agreed to. The bill wae read a third time, and lost on the question of passage yeas 11, nays 15. 1 Mr. MARTIN moved to reconsider the vote, and explained the character of the bid. Lost yeas 12, nays 16. Mr. HARRIS, from the committee on Fees and Salaries, reported amendments to II. B. 283, To amend the first section of an act prescribing the fees of county auditors. Amendments agreed to. , The bill was read a third time and pass edyeas 27, nays 1. Authorizes county commissioners to allow, auditors not to exceed $500 above that allowed on the grade based on voting poplulation. Mr. BROOKS, from the committee on Insurance, reported back S. B. 303, relating to life insurance, with the House amend ments, recommending that the Senate disa gree to the amendment substituting the comptroller for the auditor, and agree to the other amendments. The amendment reported against was disagreed to yeas 7, nays 23. The other 'amendments were agreed to yeas 23, nays none. Mr. BATEMAN, from a select commit tee, reported in favor of the passage of H. B. 348, To authorize the county, commis sioners of Clermont and Hamilton counties to purchase the Milford bridge. Read a third time and passed yeas 27, nays none. Mr. BATEMAN, from the committee on Printing, reported, asking to be discharged from the further consideration of S. B.423, Relative to publication ot the Ohio Reports. Asrreed to, and the bill was laid oil the table. ' Mr. HAYDEN, from a select commit tee, reported in favor of the passage of H. B. 490, Further to prescribe the duties ot the commissioners of Hamilton county. The bill was read a third time and passed yeas 21, nays 2. Authorizes the con struction of a bridge across Mill creek, at Cummins' run. Mr. HALL, from a select committee, re ported in favor of the passage of S. B. 380, To authorize the city of Toledo to purchase the bridge across the Maumee river in said city. On motion of Mr.HAYDEN, the bill and accompanying petitions were laid on the table. Mr. HURD, from a select committee, re ported in favor of the passage of H. B. 411, To remove the principal office of the Farm ers' insurance company from Jelloway to Mount Vernon. The bill was read a third time and lost yeas 15. nays 12. Mr. KELLOGG, from the committee on Municipal Corporations, reported amend ments to II. B. 173, To amend an act to pro vide for the organization of cities and in corporated villages. The amendments were agreed to, and the bill ordered to be read a third time to-morrow. On motion of Mr. BRADBURY, the mo tion to reconsider the vote whereby S. B. 388, For the relief of A. Basset, was lost, was taken from the table. Reconsideration agreed to. The passage of the bill wasadvocrated by Messrs. Bradbury and Kellogg, and opposed by Mr. Cole, and was lost yeas 18, nays 9. The Seriate then adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. MORNING SESSION. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Byers. The Journal was read and approved. Mr. JONES made a report from the com mittee on Revision. Mr. COCHRAN made a report from the jpint committee on Enrollment, and The SPEAKER pro tern, then signed the bills and joint resolution as enrolled. Messages from the Senate were taken up and read. Senate substitute for II. B. No. 573, To repeal an aet entitled "an act for the relief of bamuel Ketchum, treasurer ot Coshocton county,' was agreed to vea3 56, nays 2. On motion oT Mr. DANGLER, a call of the House was ordered, when 70 members answered to their names. Mr. COCHRAN, on leave, made a report irom the committee on Corporations otner i than Municipal, on H. B. 571, To change jthe bounds of Pleasant, and Miami town ; ships, In Logan county, recommending a 'substitute. ! The substitute was" agreed to, and the bill I passed yeas 62, nays 1. ! H. B. 533, by Mr. RHODES To author ize the town council of Mount Gilead, Mor row county, to construct and operate a 6treet railroad from said village to Gilead Station in said county, was read the third time, and lost on its jpassage yeas 35, nays 31. t Messrs. Bloom, Gordon, neller, Erskine and Dresbach appeared within the bar, and proceedings under the call were dispensed witn. . The question being on the passasre of S. B. 303, For the incorporation and regula tion of life and health insurance compa panios. - . Mr. BANNING moved to add at the close of section 3. ''Provided theiiiMtrance companies now doing a life and accident, or ac-nJ-nt. lusuraiwe lui-mie witiiiti t'as State, shall not be prohibited by the previ ous or ihMaot troin Unj continuance of the same, excepting compani isueing policies on the mutual or participating plan." Mr, KLU15EH demanded the previous question.' - ' .' On motion of Mr. NIXON, a call of the House was ordered, ami 73 members' an-: swered to their names, when further pro ceedings under the call were dispensed with. , "'' ' The demand for the previous question wa not sustained. ' ' 1 ' The amendment' of Mr." "Bunnirtg was then agreed to yeas 42, hays 24. - '; Mr. alliUMAM m vod to strike out "Auditor" where it occurs in the bill, and insert Comptroller. So that all business now transacted by smh i-orapanles with the'Audkor of State shall be transferred to the Comptroller of theTieasnry. .Agreed tn ' lf ' -VP ' . i :. .. i . i . . Thq bill Was passed yeas 58. rays 23.' ': More messages from the Senate were "re ceived ami read.' " . , ' 1 Three . Senate bills were read the ' first and second times, anu appropriately re- Mr. MYERS called up the special order: being S. B.N'o. 272. by Mr.' Harris, To au thorize -county commissioners to lay out and establish free turnpike roads, and to repeal certain acts therein named. Mr. HUGHES moved to amend as fol lows :. In section .16, line 7, after the' word ',govern;; strike out: tut) word; "superi visors and Insert township trustees. fThe effect of which is fo require the com missioners of such free turnpike road to collect the tine of two dollars fnr refusal or neglect to perform two days' labor, by the same law that governs township trustees, instead of supervisors of . State aud county roads in like manner. Agreed to. .. - Also, in section 20, lines 2 and 3, amend 80 that the county auditor shall levy a tax, not exceeding ten mills, on the dollar, necessary for constructing, improving o repairing any State, county, or free turn pike road, upon the petition of a majority (instead of two-thirds) of the resident free holders living on line of any, such road- Agreed to. r ., Mr. WILLIAMS moved , to strike out, in section 15- all after the word "guardian'? in line 7. Disagreed to..' .".'.,..' Mr. NIXON moved to amend by adding the following section: Section 25. The word "freeholder" in this act shall be construed to include all persons for whom, or tor whose use, the title to lands , lying within the bounds of any proposed free turnpike is, or may be, held by trustees, except where lauds are held by. trustees, exclusively tor purposes of religious worship,, in "which cases said trustees alone shall be deemed freeholders. For the benefit of the society of "Shak ers" and similar societies who hold proper ty in common. Disagreed to. . Mr. COCHRAN moved to . strike out "three" in line 1, sec. 18, and insert ' two." Agreed to. . Mr. NORTH WAY moved to amend, by adding at the end of section 1 the follow ing words: "Provided such road shall be located and constructed along the shortest and most practicable route between the termini thereof, exc-pt in cases where it shall be made satisfactorily to appear to the commissioners aforesaid that a longer route can be constructed at less expense." Disagreed .to. , , Mr.;BURBAGE moved to amend by striking out all that provides for taxing personal property. . ' ., ',' - , Mr. YOUNG, demanded the, previous question, which was sustained. .1, . The amendment of Mr. Burbage was dis agreedto. , . . ,.,' ' .., .. -, ., The bill was passed yeas 59. nays 14.' ! , : Mr, STANTON called un the special or der,, being a. B. N o. 36o, To create the of fice of county school superintendent, and to prescribe his duties, and. to. amend cer tain sections ot the school law. ; . - . . A message was received from the. Gover nor, transmitting a special report; from the Directors of the Ohio Penitentiary. on the subject of letting convict labor. .They an nounce that they are unable to make con tracts for 235 of the convicts at the mini mum rate fixed by the law recenily passed, arid that number is consequently unem ployed. They, ask legislative advice and action in the premises, and say they will do the best they can in the meantime. The Governor concurs in the views expressed by the Directors as to the interests of the State and the institution. " Mr. PERRILL moved to . refer the com munication to the committee on the Peni tentiary. , .." . Mr.'.COAN moved to refer to the same committee, with instructions to .report a bill to' authorize the officers of. the. Peni tentiary to work said convicts' on account of the State of Ohio. . The amendment was discussed at length, Mr. STANTON demanded the previous question, which was sustained. The motiou to refer with instructions was. disagreed to. The question being on referring to the committee on Penitentiary, Mr. BARRETT moved to refer the com munication to the committee of the Whole. Disagreed to. The motion to refer to the committee on Penitentiary was then, after, further de date, agreed to:. . The House then took a recess. . AFTERNOON SESSION. A call of the House was ordered, when 62 members answered to their names. The Sergeant-at-arm3 was dispatched after absentees. Mr. DANGLER'on leave, made a report on II. B. 299, In relation to State charitable and correctional institutions, recommend ing amendments and the passage of the bill. - : . " : The amendments were agreed to, and the bill was made the special order for April 13. at 11 o'clock. i Mr. DANGLER offered for adoption the following House joint resolution No. 149: Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Superintendent of the State House be and is hereby author ized and directed to place In the State House, for immediate use, an improved G is Light Multiplier, and the patented fiuid necessary for the same, similar to the one used in the Ohio State Journal office, in the city of Columbus, and known as the Boyn ton or Burridge Multiplier, at an expense not to exceed $1,000. The resolution was laid over till to-morrow. Messrs. Oren, Young, Case, Parks, Per rill. Hough, Uibbs, Patton, Alexander, Gordon, Hill and Nixon appeared within the bar, when proceedings under the call were, on motion, dispensed with.- Messrs. Stanton, Alexander, Young and Beer severally spoke iu favor of the bill, and Messrs. Glover and Hughes spoke against it. Mr. Bruff demanded the previous ques tion. On motion of Mr. STANTON, a call of the House was ordered, when 80 members answered to their names, when proceedings under the call were dispensed with. The demand for the previous question was sustained. The bill was lost on Its passage yeas 4S, navs 38. Mr. FITZGERALD called up the special order, being H. B. No. 512, by Mr. Fitz gerald, for the relief of Charles Rule. The bill was passed yeas 67, nays 15. Mr. WILES called up the special order, being S. B. No. 334, by the special tommittee on Railroads, To regulate railroads, which was read the third time. Mr. GLOVER moved to amend by striking out sections 31, 32, 33 and 34. Agreed to. Mr. WILES moved to strike out section 8, and insert a section in lieu thereof, which he offered. Mr. NIXON demanded a division of the question. The motion to strike out was agreed to. The amendment of Mr. Wiles was agreed to. Several motions to amend were made and disagreed to, when, On motion of Mr. PERRILL, the bill wa3 laid on the tabled A message was received from the Senate, announcing its disagreement to the second House amendment to the bill for the incor poration and regulation of life and health insurance companies. : ' ' Mr. NORTH WAY moved thatthe House recede from its amendment. 'Agreed to yeas 58, nays 14. Mr. FITCH made a report from the Joint committee on Enrollment, and- The SPEAKER pro ton. then signed the bill as enrolled. - . , . Mr. COCHRAN made a report from the joint committee on Enrollment, and The SPEAKER pro tern, then signed the bills andjoint resolution as enrolled. Mr. HELLER moved to reconsider the vote by which the House passed S. B. No. 285, To punish abortions. Disagreed to. On motion of Mr. NORTH WAY (the rules having been suspended for that pur pose;, the Kailroad bill was again taken up, by a vote of 58 yeas to 16 nays. The House then took a recess until 9 o clock to-morrow morning. DIED: NOULE In this city, on Friday morning. April nth, 1SC7, Mrs. Cathabink Noblb. wifo of Col. John Noble, in the 74th year of ber age. Funeral services Monday morning at 10 o'clook, I from their residence on Gay street. - New Advertisements. . FREDERICK-DOUGLASS WILL LECTEBE UALLon .-.!. ;ax naughton Saturday Evening, April 13th, I86T. . S ubj ect Astassina (ion and it Ztsaot. ! Tickets. 60 cents. aprll-d3t Frederick 'Douglass will lecture to-night at nauguion nail, lie is the greatest ' " colored Orator now in America i H lectured at Moiart Hall, in Cincinnati. January ,0W . .J!.k.. C A .Art jdiu, iubu nuuieiito oi z.ouu persons, ana gaveutii yereal satisfaction THE CHING-ARORA -.AIXI-IEIlYOl7S SMOKING TOBACCO rriTE CHINGARORA TOBACCO A grows from the rich soil of the 'ORIENT." and is possessed of a peculiarly delicious flavor en tirely unknown to tha tob&neoea of &11 nth lirrw But its unprecedented popularity has sprung from v a iivcy oi iuo ooun aosence oi mat aeaaiy poison, Jtlcotiit. whion permeates ever other tobacco, and which is the one and sole cause of the distressing nervous diseases, dyspepsia. Ac, whioh most, inva riably sooner or later, louow tne indulgence ot the pipe ana cigar. At tbe recent anaiycation of to- naeco irom ail parts ot toe world, ac tne Academy of Sciences, in Paris, the renowned Chemist. M. LAXOCBEAtrx. declared that while European and American tobacco contained fullvoieht ter cent.. and the pi rest Havana tobacco from two to five per cent, of JFicotiA. toe CHI OARORA did not eon- tain one disoo erable particle of that deadly poison-, a drop of which, extracted, will destroy life. Our Agent at BOMBAY has shipped us large quantities of the CHINGARORA danmr the Past two years, and although we have been pressed to supply the demand for this delicious luxury to the veteran smoker, yet we are now prepared to offer it in unlimited quantities, at a price much lower than some American tobacco of a far inferior annlity. . A connoiseur has but to smoke the American to Dacco aud segars, wbich are invariably chemically navorea. 10 oe ai3?U3tea witn tne medicinal taste which leave a nauseous unhealthy coating in Jthe moutu. and in time seldom tails to shatter the ner vous system. The native! of th8"ORIF.NT'rmnV. tnA rmV- GARORA from morn till night, from youth to age, and are happily unconscious of the wild, distressins fire which courses through the vein nf the inhaler oi ineiumesot tobacco containing JSncotin. . We i"Vite every lover of the weed to try the UrJiriUARORA.and guarantee unprecedented pleasure in its aeucious navor. , - - SOLD EVERYWHERE. 1 - EDWIN M. COOK & CO., Sole Agent and Imperteri of the CUING A BOB A . . 2-ujfJiui. u jor tM united. JSttitet a id Can uda. and Dealer in all kind of Havana and American Segars and Tob&ceoos. '. MAIN DEPOT. 197 aUAK jB ST.,. KEW YOKI, aprl3-dx3m . Columbus Gas Ligfyt & Coke Co. Te Aif nuaij tn jeetirg of the Stockholders of this Compa y will be held at cueiromceon - . flondar, 23d day of April, In St., for the election of a Board, of Directors, and such other business as may properly come- hefor the meeting. A. t$. KUtfUNSON. Colu-ubus, 0 April 11, 1867. . : , Secretary,, Great Excitement at the North End IF YOU WANT TO GET A GENTLE, man's suit of Clothing 10 per cent, cheaper than the same can be had anywhere else in this town, call at LOUIS KAHN'8 Clotninx Emporium. No. Z4ts oorin mgn street, uoiumous; uiuo. aprll-d3m --; - ; - -'i i m 3 -SL .TWO STORY HOUSE OF TEW JrY Rooms, No. 159 East State street. Wood and Coal House, shrubbery. Gas, fcc. .A very desirable location, rerms easy.- inquire on premises of - JOHN W. DOHERTT. urn. a x lien. o est croaa street. , . mohl9-d3w , FOR THE I.ADI13S. Corsets a la Blodc. ENTIRELY NEW STYLES EBEED DESIRES again to inform the la dies of Columbus and vicin ity, that the famous WOK LEY AM ZON and MAD AME DEMOREST COR SETS can only be had at his rioop DKirt .Bianutactory. V ol 17. .4. i. posite the Capitol Squareof wnicn ne nas tne exclussive sale; These Corsets'have a celebrity uneaualled bv any others in use. and ladies should not fail to Rive them a trial, as they are not only beautifiers ot the per son, out greauy advantageous to neaitn. E. REED Hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 31 East State st. Joneia-dtf - PATENTRD NOVEMBER. ' 1 1859.. BALLOU'S ,. .., -. , Pat'ned Improved FRENCH ; YOKE SHIRTS. WARRANTED TO 1 FIT, 'For sale by all Principal Dealers and at Wholesale only by . , BALLO U BRO TIIEIiS , (Sole Patentees)) 403 BROADWAY, NEW Y0BK CUT. mch29-deod8tn The National Hotel Property ! nORNEK OF HIGH STREET AND North Public lane, opposite Union Depot. This property, the most elisible in Columbus for hotel or other business purposes, will be sold on terms worthy the attention of capitalists. jnb24-dly-jn H. REYNOLDS. FOR SALE. A TWO STORY BRICK DWEtLlWO House, containing nine rooms and two balls, allfinely finished. and gas throush the whole house. Lot 62jxl87i feet. n paid lot is a good stable, carriage house, wood rbuse, coal house, smoke house, and two living wells of pure water and cis ern. Cellar 32x40 feet. For terms apply to T. S. SHEPAR' , apr4-d4w At Clerk's ffice. CARPETING S. J. J. BICKLT, I. T. HOWXLL, J. A. JBFFRBT RICKLY, IlOWELt I CO. "W HOLES ALB AND BET AIL DEALERS IN CAEPETINGS, oil cloths. -mattings, rugs, window shades, ' DAMASK AND LACE CTJRTAINS, CURTAIN 1IATERIALS, ETC, AT LOW PKICES ! ! NO. 101 ITIAI STREET, Near Foubth, .t CINCINNATI . O IIIO. an22 d6mina I f 1 I I IrJll 1 1 1 AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE, JOHN A. ELLSLER... ..:j.:Manarek; ....T&SAsrj-Rxa B.H. GEAttY Mr. Ellsler tafces nle&snra in unnmrneinff that bo has completed arrangements for the prod action of the hicbly successful, original, irrand, icmantic magical and spectacular drama, entitled tho BLACK CROOK, l Personally superintended ty ihe aathtr. ! ? MR. CHARLES M.. D ARRAS. 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