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r )' .M... .. i 1 . i .. , t ',') : 'j -j: &PRcmn AlTO published Br Ttif Ohio Statesman CoVribriy; in DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR IGF0TXBK9K, w " TlIASUtKR OF VT1.TS, . , ..ATrDITO OF BTATli r r. .OVrWIf H. HIBD, of Knox. .nmotmUI JEDtlR. ?..!. .iai .n-jgfoW i,-,Ay;.?v1 yffft TAITT KnF.RI nATVt Jr.t nf ffillkml. AiiTiicriiii&MieCof cs?iTio:. News of the Day. News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. $if cl&rf l&w o?r&tnfoay -c-ninsr, at 135. tetf for 'a-Ioarf SftebOO,.1 " .' ' Ai ORTY-barrel whale was captured, off Beaufort harbor the other flay.'' The Canadian authorities have six jrun- ffttf iheiikel, T "Ok8 account t&e Resident's njne theSmateTTviJl $LOt adjourn till, -t-irext T?7uieb eriJ t4 I .J IfW .fvncM 3!t-1 oi'i V sjNew Jkrsbt iis nowi' the paradise rof schptrflboysOEittore fctefc&r linTuiy'jdi TenTTes.'0 tf''" - iss-os. jfyjR , njore RtRenpratio Tjot aWpuJd hare given th4 Connecticut- Senate jo:the En4lfiharty!nliil I (l JiJiHd A CATHofjcprlesfja'lCnflflraatl was severely bTutsed'and'cuf ah Insane man diGltfttica)') t,)3 tiili ,8 l .Oil ' Barnum, P. Tn is buying the remains of tfceallaafcaTparlyJfii Onnectlcut! Ibf EB SPRrRGFiKU toll the City nalLbelk when shars ofac6xbi 1 & A) i--i i:.iwt r.a oi Tms qnftt.1on of grantlngthe rightofsul fragsi J.Qin,enjsbe pted uponJythe peopM of W4se6nin AC tt next election. iKVKNT -oew maBufatar(er-oeettoa 4hwdoieW:odd3 haVe beeasUbliebed'M Michiga J4toQiaPW.iscp9ni3vithin a short time. rnl A vArBiii. to, abolish, al.he publc.markets Iri'if ew' T'ort:,1 aniit leave the business In Hie hands oi private "enterpTise, is before the Legislature of that Staled ui na-iAl DKSTiTtmbN ah'd want; 'afe'said to pre vSHIXo Aeryalfturexltm5n pefilJe engaged-in the. great Fenian' jisfAg in the south of Ireland. PjcjTxspvAiAjbas AiW, disfranchising disertetB and. a tei 'ciio was triedisbmU thing like a.yearragao determine whether election Inspectors' have -itne power to re fuse tbOTVBtu) of nc ricserter: oAi Jriatr who was yell knownj Jhave desertedfcom4be Ifrnfi aMenlted 'tA vote,0 wai j-efuse'd 'the against the Inspectors. The decision ofthe Sdpreme Court ak 'tatbe effect tat tlie deserter not having-peen tried and con yie&d'pf deriopiw.aa-npt .a deserter bej f60 thd iaw,although: he might be 'such . - - - . . . - 1 - - :' - - , l -1 - - - - - - ' ... 1 .i 1 n'l i UtA,.t ri'rjB.--t News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. STATE NEWS. jbJ fiAChttnt4g6tteiiI WpiJSy parties in Hocking and Greenfield townshipif'lliis county, says the Ohio Patriot terminated ffS'IastThuridiyj and" a'splehaid'supper rmmffid by air3rtllsi at MKfMTliani biffmaifi'inthe ifternbdn and1 eVenm. -The total number JOtrafc tailareturned to the umpire was 13,224. A boy named Cunningham, aged JAxrijy;B(viduBsdayiroS the draw-bridge of the Central Ohio rail roai Id "the W) t t6'm bFth nai; alight i n g poadjmpjigihexocjvs. He was pick? f Up by 3Ir. ifclfyj wTiVlLeepsagrocery at the footjsf Mai street,-hen it was dis covered'thaE hiaiaceaaiadiy bruised and profi.tableemploymentr instead of running around fhstreets.rtorming4)ad habits, as well as'placihg themselves Indanger, say s ' TnK Warren Constitution says: On Mon day of laslfweek'amancailing' himself Fooler? ;but jwhqsereal jiame, M 'Ander so hired abofse and buargy at 'Campbell's jfca1)Ie."ih:f;thte8'placei- lveavittsburg and return the next morning-. Failing 'to TuiaEe Jime, Campbell'IT suspi cions were aiusM,and h.wjeni' w pursuit. The thlefweflt through laVjttsburgi mak ing no stop, and thence thVough Soathing ton. FarmingtonyJJIesopotamia; ?trMont vtlle, where he sold the buggy for a: cow and (hlLctsB"UarXiainey" jae took the hoiseand harness about Ave miles -east and left thin, tokept until, e caUed for them, and tie departed1 for parts unknown . Cmpneh kt tiSjIpropextyand it home with him. J . " "if.-iacii A SEBiOTJS affray-occurred on last Thurs day, tf M 0tt6wnshhlsvcounfy, says ityMf&mZVf- Fjro whawjcfeajrij, Mr. Henry Pifer remonstrated -In a gentle TOauiym'anneT witli bne-'Halin for obstfuct f bfc y IditbKftLlIrPifer's premises.' rTtiis . ,a roamed Hahn's ire, and without any prov bcatfonu a, , pqwjardly,. manner while PiferV baCK wisiarnediHaiiV struck htm orIre"Keaaiwith.g) heaj3ur-roe3 fork, cutting a bad gash over hjseye and maMn'ote rriVleouion top of Jj.,h,diOBie feqr;jtnchef loug-aod; teto fro, JpnH, iMr-t jPifeir,; is & peaceable,- govod cftfzenwhb would not harm- any man, 'and the. assault was. a, most dastardly.putrage. ThdeWndant Waar held -by EsquircrWhit- hundred dollars to answer lor his appear ance t UiBifxt(ejruof Couxt,? ; 1 j l , 1 A-o W latel Jiout aai Monday night, says the anu"Zwvykyr7p2l6,ttheiAmerican Sa 1 pop, kept by Aaron Lawson, was i hesceiie of an encounter of a most desperate char acter. Lurf ngf -tetf day Thomas McGehen Jy&finl-Xnv6Ive'd inrff?dIfSctirtyilna youtigtmah'liliiedirames McCartin, and. - f ratter Vas ather rolfgW bandleb.JTh the evening, ;3IeCartini ia, company with Qifiiber of hfs friend found 1sci3eh'ia'aj; Lawson's saloon, nd the quarrel was re newed JBothrparttes, dre,w pistols, and a number of shots were fixed and blow,s sl?ak. Pafrtck:Mcrtirff'eceivd a'fiesh woundinJheck andAmao'jiamed Har rison jeelvedj a. slight wound in the foot. Tlegriqclpals the dicolty; escaped all injury from bullets. Many of those who toolf parTTd theaffray were under the in fluerfcSf f lfa?3"hdad beln Tpriqg? the missiles. WmMjeTSWhp'phanced to be present, received a pisto ball in the aldp; mint'ttom me eitecte oWblch heeiplred at tek! o'clock yefeterdiy-ipriiiDg 3 11 . M9rgi brokBd.? ,hi3 is;certalfalgno place br Doysjh'dparenfe should see" that their children are' n school ort' some . other ilUbullil landilpjureiDy-flying Sam is Weak, Very Weak. A few nights aga. sundry Elack men In a barber shop in this city were discussing the probabilities of the success of the Con stitutional Amendment ;yjvhich : contem plates making "voters out of Hhemf Some thought that Republican members coupled with it the -White men disfranchising cfaus'e for 'n6oJher purpose than to" defeat thi)AmepUmeat before the people. They octe41padlngh5eUo.cir,d9 tbi3 mannerVand were "fearful that It was to3 5nuJu 4oaolHirthe faXletfeei; Vfrtlielesl, I5f the Eepubllcfni ghould d&Lnd&A Svoruldibel d9ptedf but tBey Srhtif aprehenVfve'thatthey woutd not all come up to the scratch. One said he thought a good many of them were like Sam Galloway." 44 Oh, Sam's weak," said one. "Very weak," said another. Yes, very weak," said a third. Not one disputed the statement. It is surprising that Mr. Galloway, or "Sam," as the Blacks familiarly call him, should be regarded a3 a "very weak brother by the Negroes here in oQ;rft?C!?l3e ti&!F2fI$ " Sam " has labored in his peculiar way in behalf of the Negro. On the occasion of Butler's visit to this city last fall, " Sam" and a Negro occupied the stand together " Sam " as the speaker, and the Negro as the ' illustrator of Sam's remarks. Sam then contended that he would sooner have the Negroes conduct the Government than the Democrats, and yet Negroes now turn rounds ad rvate. as.artestljnon ial o&.their regatfllaV4 Ban! & 'weakvery weak " in the cause. "How about Comly, of the Journal?' asked one of the sable brethreu after they had disposed of Mr. Galloway. "Comly's all right," replied one, "but he's got no brains dat's de trouble with him. He means right, but he does us more harm dan good. lie's no account no account. He doij't know nuffin; and if he did know t( fJcnojow to)i$e it so as to be of account." Inasmuch as Mr. Galloway and General Comly are looked upon so unfavorably by Negroes In thi3 city, that may explain why they paid Fred. Douglass one hun dred dollars to come here on Saturday night to deliver a lecture, in which he gave the friends of Negro Suffrage something of an idea as to the course they shall pursue in the pending campaign. Republican Executive Committee to Look After the South. Shortly before the adjournment of Con- fn(tty,'viwhBse chief fluty Ja: to look? after the partisanizing of the South for the ben efit of the Republican party. This com mittee appointed an Executive committee, which Col. Forney on the 11th made the subject of a letter to his Press. He says that " the plan of the organization is ex ceedingly comprehensive ;" that "you can scarcely form an idea of the work already marked out ;" that " the amount of infer no atiSa2pbe$ at the"5 disposal "pfJtE com mittee by the Southern Unionists, White and Black, will constitute the basi3 of the most effective organization ever known in our country ;" that 44 its branches are ex tended with astonishing rapidity, and long before the Presidential election, there will scarcely be a hamlet in the South that will not be placed in direct and daily communi- gi$tfwjthj" Aj-Wady dissemination of documents" is being inaugurated -. The CpuUays.thlsstupepd eaAnoi bei -carried o ki$houtf tapnej More is, therefore, called for. " Over nine thousandaollafser paid JnWth0und by the members of the two Houses of the XLth Congress;1 althb'ugn. subscriptions ,wef$rnly; aTlenf Jhjrt tim before tfij onin lrnmpni. -H- t wMii.i nil tavj uurvT - 1 the Kepublicap.3 organized onan extensive scale tprtiiaiizlhelsoBtufor, ftaftj ad vantage intther Presidential, campaign. It wifleI;aeeii'!iha't' ih'e' preliminary work to thisend is thpdy.notspasmodic and loose) dissemination of documents''' peculiar Ctflfcelt pbUtical teith'-llfpu Prtyr to emulate this wojk, immediately here in Ohio the ''steady, dissemination, of rdocu-! ments" we should ndoubtedly-carry, the State. Democxatiq .journals, are the best kind jpteumeotsJto'issVminate, and it will require very little work from an active Democrat in each To wnshipto secure such ltsteadyjli88mi6aiohV;Thfe kind of work! 1 bou )gat3ndect; tp : withputny; fiirter , delay. -T.,.,.T,, ,,,.rx,.(K gxess.the epuhUcan, Ccjniessmen aj pointed ja Eepublicaa 'Congressional com Depression of the Revenue. t -i-j tiki ni ,."'! -.i) .; : 1: :-.. ' '." Forney's Press refers to " the advices recelyefyVrbin thi Nattonai Capital," which ! "refer almost daily to the depression' ex-1 perienced for sonietime past in the branch ofgenerai financc.pertaintng Immediately to internal dutiesCTe decline in revenue is represented tobave commenced sensibly j in September last, and the falliDgroff land ,he wide-spread depression Ini trade are at tributed to theremovals from office made by the President; "Were" there 'any substance in this' assigned ' reason'," the re-removals; that the Republican Congress-made neces Ikri mnst -'necessarily have; further ' con tributed to the depression of Revenue and the prostration of -business. ,,. A ?more probable causelor-this depression is the fact 1 at from the Adhering States five hun 'dred' 'and fifty' millions' dollars were .'collect ed by the General Government in the name of Reypnue internal ...and , otherwise difrTng: the fiscal year ending j uly 1,"' 18G6. Such a drain' upon the resources of-the' Eourttrywhen ten States,' that 'in. the days of Democratic julej ahd' cheap taxation, furnished us a market of incalculable val ueV'issuch that no people can " long ilo'ur-, isjSp"rosperbusly uuderX-Before ihe;Re-' publican party came into power, a revenue oTfrtdhi! sixty to: seventy millions a year. and coJleetedV, indirectly- -jat that was .considered th reateaimr 0 thei excessive iand'-'as mostr -alarming -cor- ruption hen7""to5 tffelliow'ten"non rcpreaeatfeil States did prosper exceedingly. LargeljuJidltlKy coutribjQta:to:jiiat reve nHe.N.Tt,tnfc pf iHi -iFive hundred and fifty millions of dollarS'JcoIlectedTfroni'the 'in dutryof the country 4n 1866, aud ; not one ceut;of It frm"Tthe Capital invested in Gov ernrmeft'se'curitie3,eltheri Vhich Is nearly ten time's t!he reVenue that : was called for jOifdierjDemncratii administrations, when all the States were prosperous and happy. Will jo fell Sit, inHhe'tace prthis.that RepuWibanrule is" good, for 'which we should, be ."deyputly" thankful, andtp per petuatef.which wof should labor unceas Important to Property Owners. T The.tbUQving cpTreTpbndence in relation tp .taxation, pn,4hppmes( s of ; general terestlt .-m.-! oi-J n-(u t.tiwwiytffiuu -!! hi NEW YORK, March 12, 1867. Hori. E.'Ai Ro,UinsSiR t '.; Please Inform me wjietner the amoiidt expended' for a3 sessments or local . jpiprovements, : such as paying, grading,; flagging, sewerage, &c can be deducted from-income? ' liespectlully yPurs," - ' l'21- ALEX. PERRY. REPLY. TREAS. DEPT., OFFICE INTERNAL REV., WASHINGTON, March 20, 1867. Stitft repfy td Your letter" of vthe 12th Inst., that ? compnlsory.assessments for grading, paving, ftaggingsewerage, T&c, imposed 1 by -municipal corporations, and actually paid by the taxp-ayer. within the year fdrwhiclf' income "tax is payable, may be 4dute0rfioniinpnQ.frJLfJS;t Very respectfully, WASHINGTON, March 20, 1867. THOMAS HARLAND, WASHINGTON, March 20, 1867. THOMAS HARLAND, Deputy Commissioner. The Ohio Legislature. Saturday, April 13, 1867. SENATE. i i I -UORNINOXEXbBIUM , -i . Z He jbijri)ilspf Tbursu;ayyAhd. FriaX were reaa ana RDprovea. Mr. WALLING asked and obtained leave to recordlns.vote on H. J.R. 3, Relative to au amendment of the Constitution extend ing suffrage; an alio off the pas?it)fH. B. 516 the gederar kpprbprtatiod bilh iind , Mr. COOMBS, on leave, from a select c,dJ4a4lttee, reportied ; In favor of theVpisi sage or H. B. 563, Amendatory of an act to authorize the commissioners of Ross coun- !ty to build a bridge over the Scioto river The 1 tiv3 rad third .tibie an qi pass ed yeas if, nays none. ' Authorizes the commissioners of Ross couuty to erect the bridge at such point as they shall deem ex- ?'Mlsre.4rJi- atrd'GtJFREttaade re ports from the joint committee on Enroll ment. Messages from the House were read. The PRESIDENT signed sundry bills and resolutions. BILLS BEAD A.THtRD TlSlE. ' : 1x3. H. B. 173, To amend:. a'ni acTt; fentttledf an act to provide for the organization of cities and.icpYrivillagesjpassed May 3, The object of the bill is to prevent the authorities of villages restricting the right of interment iu cemeteries existing when the village was Incorporated."!1 ;",7i i citi'1 Mr. B ATE 31 Atff ,ad vPcatea the1 bill, and Mr. BROWN opposed.! Ifwas; lostf-veag 16, nays 9. ! j Hr'B.n545,1 To arrest the social evil In cities of the first-class, having over 100,000 inhabitants. Passed yeas 22, nays none-; Author izes boards, of, health. tor take! enumeration of inmates OF brothelS',' tfndto procure au,, ;ayiii for, all sqr.h inmates as will voluiitarilyairesort thereto; and provides that all who decline the care tendered to them, may be turned over to the courts as vagrants, &c.l H. B. 550, To authorize the towu councii of Cardington, Mrrow:;countyyto levy a tax tdmproye the-streets of said town of Cardington:" Lost on the question of passage yeas 12. nays 10. REPORTS OP CQMMiyrBKS. , rg . f T n ; : ) Mr; MrJFARLANDf from" the committee on the Jutliciary, reported an amendment to H. B. 373, To amend section 8 of the act to provide for the partition of real estate, passed EebrlT, JS31sT7-crofcX XX The amendment was agreed to, and the bill missed yeas 24, nays none. X.Tjae4ijl requires., payments tobo.madg Inrcathvand- ftiakes the- sheriff and his offi cial guretTel liable thereror.T " - Mr. McFARLAND, from the same com mittee, reported a substitute for H. B. 507, To authorize the towrrcouncil of the in--corporated village of Waverly to improve certain highways. ? 3 v The substitute was agreed to, - and the bill was read a third time, and lost yeas 15, nays 7. MrWALLINGompved to reconsider the yoto and." that theasiotion be laid on the table, which was agreed to. Mr. SADLER, from the same committee, reported baet-SBwrXo. 13. -To -establish a probatocodefS: JI. Ko-t 207,To establish a code 6f criminal procedure for the State of Ohio; and also sundry .petitions referred to the committee; and asked td be discharged from further consideration of the subject; w.hich a agreed to, and the billf and -pe tltious' lahf on' the-table?- - 4- Mr. TIBBALS asked leave to withdraw the petition.of Charles Brown and others, with a viewto sendlt tP ttieHouse; which was agreed to. Mr;HAKKIS,-fronr the committee-on RdacTs"snd Highways; reported i n favxriof indefinite postponement of S. B. 395, To amend the act supplementary to an act for opening and iegulating roads and high wavsj which was agreed to. ' Mf ; tfARTSTER, frpm the committee7 '914 iIiTitary'Affairs,T"epo'rted amendments to H. B. 536, Supplementary to. an act to pro vide a board of commissioners to examine certain millitary claims. The amendments were agreed to, and the bill-passe6-yeas 23,'payB lMr:rWalliog. Provides that whehbPdnty'dUea recruit nas been lost through fault of any State officer, it shall be paid to said recruit or his representatives; also, authorizes the mili tary board to inquire into losses of pay agent r-,r". Tf'l-'y Mr. IfSRRTSTfrofnlne same committee, reported in favor of House amendment of H. B. 224, To abolishthe bureau of sol diers' claims, ana tne omce 01 military Thp amendments were agreed to." v The Senate then took a reces3. .T"'. aTeJOON ' SESSION. Tfr MATtTT", frn m thp commifctfw on Benevolent Institutions, reported back Senate resotutioiis relative? to the' !ebfdetnic at the' Deaf andDuiiibA8ylum","ahd rela tivtpB cause. of the fallingofa portioa of-theSallof the hew buildlng,vBsking- to be discharged rpm, further. Qoisldefation of the subjects ; whichJwas agreed to. .1 Mf.XLE,froma-selecticominiUea,Tre ported j ti favor of, the-passage of H. B 071, To cpaOe .tljebPuhdaries.'pf'PIeasant'and Miami; tpwnshipa,'.LPgan cpiihty 4 " j',V : . Tne bill wasorderea to be read a third timtf ori; Monday nextr' r -' ': : ,:e -' House messages; were takeiiup an read, ... Mr., WESI 'moved that the! Senate insist on the two Senate amendmehes to the Getj eral' Apprpgriaiijf bUIt; assented to "y fcne. TToiisr. "" '"J J Mr. TIBBALS moved that the Senate r- cedft Jii)mLiai6i ameudmeuts; which iad. the preference. . -JJInrBROOKSi demanded a call of the Senate, wmeuwaa ordered, and 22 Senators answered'to their 'names, when, further proceedings undef , the call' vyere dispensed with40')t -j. ;ha'j' . i: -The question being on -receding from- the Senate amendment inTelationv to tolls on th4 Nationals rpady:te,rote:8tpojl-i-yeas 16, nays 7 ; so the motiojowas not agreed to. ! lr MARTIN' moved to reconsider--the The question oa-receding was again taken, an.lreitilfed-yeas 1 1?, nays 6 so the motion was again disagreed to. ', i .'H1,,'r The question was. then taken on receding from the amendment requiring. JtheState Treasurertp advertise for proposals tq fur nish safes for his office.., .; i.,'..,'j...:t' !ft'nVj The motion to recede was agreed -to -yeas 23, nays none. 4 - ' " . ' ; ;; ' A motion wj ; s then made to insist 64 the amendment and ask a committee of confer ence, which-was agreed -to, and Messrs. West, Kellogg andJLinn,were. appointed on the pact of jtheSenatei "gJ-'-i. X n. B. 515, To authorize the commission ers of He'riify arid Licas"cPun ties to' inake an additional levy for county purposes, was read twice and referred to" the- committee on Finance 'a :j ' ;.. i;::rrA'i H. B. 369, To amend an act to authorize the board of education'of the incorporated village of jYahjVVeri Yan; Wprt couiity to Dorrow money ior purposes inerem namen, passed April 6, 1866, was read twice, and ordered, to beead iijthird f imp pa Monday -Mr JUSTICE moved to: take from the tabieS. B. 383, Relative to-the abolition df corporear punishment in 'schools, which -wasazreedo, and .'.the bill ..was made a special: order for Tuesday next at 11 o'clock A. JUL. MrJUSTICEmpved. to take from the table. S.., B, 406,To: prohibit unqualified persons from practicing medicine .or sur- Pgery',-which' was agreed to. "" The bill was read a third time, and its merits discussed by Messrs. Justice, West and otbersS i v J'i - 2 -,.Tie bill-was lostrypas 10,, nays 15..- ' Mr.' JUSTICE moved, to.'-reconsider the vote by which S. BI 383,' "Relative to cor poneal punishment irf schoolsr was made a special order for 11 . o'clock on Tuesday next; which was agreed. to.- :- l-The bill was read a third timp. ' f r Mr. JUSTICE advocated the bill. ' The bill was lost yeas 10, nays 16. -i House messages were JS.akeh'up and read. TherSenate acceded .tq f.he request of the nou3eion a .compaittee of conference on Hi B."321, Toj amend an act prescribing the duties Of county auditors, and "? -J l' The" "PRESIDENT appointed : Messrs. narribdes ahd llall on the part pf the Senate. ... . i '- - ...;:!- Jn.. ::. .t. Tti& Senate insisted on its amendments to H,,B.2S3, To' amend the 'first and Secbnd sections of , an act. prescribing.the duties of County Auditors, &c, and asked a commit tee of Conference;- The President appoint JJ4.H. 545 Torrefet tha sociatevil toidties of thfiltirsii 'and i second class,' and askef a committee '. of 1 CPnf erence. Messrs. 1 Bate man, West; and Harris were; appointed on the part of 'the Senate. 1 . . , .. " ' , ,r "!5Mr. B4.TEMAI? moved to reconsider: the vbte whereby the .'Senate . failed to pass H. B. 175 arid that "thd motion be laid oa fihe table : w.hicn, wasJagreed to! " " fp'thoqp7pf;Mr,3ATEMAN, S. B.2CC, In' 'elattipn tq VpIeadin.g.ftocL practice in criminal cases,j was taken from the table. A' calf of " the Senate was demanded and ed Messrs. Erpwn, Brooks, and Godfreyion the part of .the .Sepate. J & UiliiUuO The Senate insistedon its amendments of ! , i ; i i ordered, and 24 Senators answered Co their names Absent wtthqut leave Messrs Hayden, Hollister, Hurd, Linn and .Wal ling. - i . 1 .. ; .: " : The Sergeant-at-ArmS was dispatched for absentees. j-". v . , v - After a While, further proceedings under the call were dispensed with! The question being on the passage ot H. B. 175, Mr. Bateman advocated it, and Mr. May spoke in opposition. The btll was lost yeas 14; nays 8. r ( ' Messaged from' the House were read. r' .. U. B. 511,. To authorizertbe trustees jthe township of Hinckley, Medina county. !tp levya tax:to brtild a'toft hall; wasireadl twice ana oraerea to De reau a tnira time on Monday next. ., r ,J. The Senate agreed to House amendment ;tp "S? Bt 333;-To? puntslr frauds Tipon im su ranee companies yeas ai, nays none, and it is therefore a law. The Senate agreed to House amendment to S. B. 879, Tq -amend secf417,of the code of civil procedure, v .tt T.s;r-.Th hut ;.-mt." Leave of absence until Tuesday was asked and obtained for Mr. Jiiftt.lrtP. ! .' :'; " J' : , The PRESFDET signed sundry bUls: ! Mr., WEST,. from the. committee of Coo ferencpon the General Appropriation hilly reported the flrefernent of that'commltteW, ' amepding the. amendment. 1 .'dtsputevfT.he i report was agreed .to by the ; Senate yeas "rne senate then adjourned tin Monday. I Note. la, the debate T yesterday on the bill to. punish; obtaining goods under ialse pT.etehses.bt ituprisbnment in the Peniten tiary," Mr.' Tibbals opposed it a3 a whole, but stated distinctly that be was in favor of ; the feature -which proposed so ;tO" punish ! "confidence meh."l V . ;-'! -.tH HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. i Prayer by the Rev. Mr.'Byers; 'J !t -ccs ; ?!"Mr. RUTTER asked and obtained leayp; I to recprd his yote.6 H- Bto- 365. XQotxh-r tv School SuDerintendent bill.lc He voted ; ye."'; ' i:rVii V ': to J-ivCjqoH fll 1.4-'. R ".S-iocI Vi5f . i On: motion,, a' P was orS ! .dered when 58 members answered to', their 1 names. 'v'i''';'i ? tJi' - t - On motion' pf Mr "NORTHWA Y, the Ser geant-at-Arms Lwas' dispatched after ab-j ! sentees. -' 7 i.j Mr. COCHRAjn, on leavemade a report from the joint, committee on Enrollment, ind : L j The SPEAKER pro ten, then sigiied the Frxbills and three joint resolutions, so en rolled. ' :- : - ' ' '-"' ' Mrs GARDNER,,from the committeeon Jadrciary, reported on S. -B.' No. 252,' To authorize persons charged with crimes and offenses to testify, recommending ? its : pas sage.- The bill was ordered to a third read 1 1 Mr. HOUGH aked anil obtained leave to record hia vote on S J. R. NP. 3. Suffrage ; resolution.! "vtle voted aye.- .-..lf - On motion ot Mr. CHASE, proceedings ! under thecall.weYeTthspensed with. The House, resumed .the consideration of S.BNo334.Jj Railroad bill.l i Mr. AIEXANDER offered the following ! amendment to-the substitute: r r,- .. ' Sec. 3. Itshall be unlawful for any rail road company in' this Scate to charge or cause td be charged and collected of -"any passenger riding on the roads 01 the same, ah-' amount -greater '.than three' cents- per mite. : Disagreed to. v; f: . . SMr- HITCHCOCK moved to amend se iiou 4, bv striking out the provision , for I paying. one-hair of certain" nues to the in I Jormeri j" Agreed to: ' A' , " ; , ! ; Also, in section 6, line 8. insert after the i Word 'roads, the wonU''at which bag- : gage is checked on such roads."-Agreed to -.; Mr. GARDNER offered an amendment 1 to section 3.' which wa disagreed to. : Mr. ULOVEU moved to amend by in sertinsr in section 2, line 12,. after the. word "State,". the? following :;-.!und shall' also srive printed bills of lading for all freights received by .them to be carried to any point on or beyond tbe. terminus ot. said -road, with sporuch tion.of said table and classi fi cation of freight printed therein, as will fully specify the class 'and rate ot freight charged inr said bill of lading." Agreed to- Mr. BEER moved to amend by inserting In line 1. section 13, after the word "any. v the word employe. . Also, after .'. the word company,, insert: or .any one pretending to be such emplPve, agent or officer. fSo i as to make the requirements imposed upon the company reach all its employes, or ; pretended employ es, agents pr officers. ; Agreed, to. , v ' .. , , ". s-ilr. BEER moved to amend section - 20, so as to further protect railroad companies from? prosecution-' lor damage to- animals, by prohibiting the putting ot fait or food for cattle, nogs or sneep . upon the tracK Aereed to. r," 1" "," '.',.:- Ljtfr. MoilORRAN-moved . (x "amend in section 11 so that no railroad company shall be permitted',tq'.make an additional tharge updn any passenger above the regular fare. on- account Pf -such- person" not having a ticKet on said road; Agreed to. : -' ''p ; " Mr. GLOVER . moved, to amend section j ll so as. to require the railroad company to ! nave printed- upon an tic Rets soia by tnem the rates charged for, travel from and to i each station onsaid road, Agreed to', : . ! i : Mr. STEDMAN moved to amend section 15'by. adding the following :.. ; And every man so emoloved as conductor, brakesman or baggageman, hal 1 -keep his boots neatly polished; and his toilet carefully and taste- ! jully arranged.' Disagreed to," ::; f.r i , .rMr.;BURBAGE moved to amend bt ad ; ding at tbe end of section 3 a proviso that I railroad Companies or their agents shall iot ' be prohibited j from jmakmg deductions pn 'freights shipped in large quantities when snipper ia&es tne responsiouigy 01 loaumg or nhloadirig his freight.lj Agreed to. . Mr, HITCH COCK. moved to, amend sec tion 3. so that shipments pf live stock may be made by the car load, at uniform rates per car load, without regard to Weight, ' . . Mfi'JS'IXOX moFed to include lumber.' -j Both amendments were agreed tb.iii . Mr. BOYNTON moved to amend by add lng to section-23 the '.lollowiug :. And said company shall also be, liable in damages for all personal injuries resulting to any person- through the negligence pr carelessness ;pt Its agents or employes. : Agreed to. Mn DANGLER moved to. amend section ,H,so. that it shall be' made ; the duty of the conductor not to leave the station until all : persons who are expected to take passage i on said train have arrived and - are seated i in the cars. ' Disagreed to. - Mr. BEER mpved, to amend section 29 so j as not to allow, of any other business titan ; legitimate railroad business to be conduct ! ed in any, of the bulldings of any railroad ! company, or upon any of their grounds ob I tained for railroad use.- Agreed to. "Mr. BIJUFF moved to amend the same j sectipn.sp as. to except from the prohibi i tion above, buildings used for lodging as well as eating purpo.es,, Agreed to. ! Mr. FITZGERALD moved to strike out ! all of section 3 after the word "limits," in : line 12, to and including the? word "State." j Agreed to : s. -t.fr .-.,. 1 Mr. CLARK, of Ilarrisbn, demanded the ! previous question. - -. j On motion ot Mr. "NORTH WAY, a call of j the House was ordered, when 75 members answere d to their names.s ; The Sergeant-at-arms was dispatched af ' fer absentees ' J- a "1 ' ! ,Leave of absence was granted to Messrs. j Read, Roencrans and Hoover- j ..Mr.BRUFFj, pn leavejjraade a, report from . the'jpint committee" onJJnroH'menU-and, ' The SPEAKER then signed the nine bills so enrolled. ' ' Messrs AlexanderV Orenand Young ap peared within the-bar, whetf proceedings under the call, were .dispensed, with. ;, The demand, for the, previous question was sustained. v.. v ;.rr ..-.-1 The substitute of Mr.Dangler was lost yeas 12, nays 64.-: , T : . The bill was parsed yeas 54, pays. 27. , I . ' ', Mr, BOYNTON made a report frpm.the committee on Revision. , : . - : .. - .'1 HI B. 369, by Mr. ESTILL, To amend an ' act entitled "an act to authorize the bqard of education of the incorporated village of Van Wert, Van Wert; county, to borrow money for purposes therein named," passed April 5, 1866, was read the third time. Mr. ESTILL njoved to amend so that the rate of interestipaid may be eight percent. instead pf the. Jegal rate. . Agreed to. The bill was passed yeas 55, nays 15.'"' . H.-B. No, 515, by Mr. HELLER To au thorize the commissioners pf Henry and Lucas counties to make ah additional levy for county purposes, was read the third time and passed yeas 66, nays 3. - Mr, CO AN moved to reconsider the vote by which the House passed S.' B. No. 334, the railroad bill: 1 h ' -;The motion was discussed at length, and Mr. YOUNG then demanded the previous question, which was not sustained yeas 31, i4iays42.. unr, ; ' i9TheiHouiethentopk"ar.ecessiji r - ; f j mAJKRKOON SESSION. j OiLmotlon of Mr. WILE3,t all ofthp House was prderevieoj'members ari4 swered to therr names". ''"' t'JliW" I The Sergeanfcat-Arms: was- dispatched for absentees i " Mr.1 HOWAUD; bhlea Ye, made & Report Jfrpm the committee on lJudiclary, pn II, B. 6.1405, Supplementary to an aet ' relating ' tolnrles,' passed Feb. v 1831,". The com ;mittee teported an amendment alid recomr mended Its jtdoptiph, and with it tne pass f.'igeof the bilUu .'lyfUUii'-ii '"',! ".''. ' The amendment was agreed - to, ana the Mess rs Fitch; TUpp lf:tiuli and Dres-I Gftbath appeaid witUihrwljro-4 bTll orderedto a third reading on Monday next, - V..' . . ' Mr. GLOVER made a report from the committee on Finance on Senate amend ment to .the General Appropriation bill, recommending concurrence in the amend- tpenti of the Senate, except the 18th audi 23d. - y The Senate amendments, exept the 18th and 23d. were asn-ed to yeas 59. navs.12- The 18th and 23 1 -Seriate-amendmentsl werwdiiitgTeed to yea nays 64, oeedlngs under the "call were dispensed 7.;i.:: vM.isjiiiar.ii" The motion. to Yecorislder the vote by which the Kail ro:uKbill was passed, wjs disagreed.toyrjwis l. nay 47,. r.,ri'? Messages Jrom the Jseiiatc were, taken up and read. . Senate anYftiidment to lF.' B.t45, To arrest thesorial evil In cities Pf'thi'firt andsecJ Pnd class 'was disagreed tp-yas 3 Hays 612 Beuhte amendment to thtf llousP amna' mnt tor the reaoluf imy rluti ve to' a sfhe dii adfodrnntent :,of tW General Assembly J makjng tVje.tirne Wednesday, Aprll l7, was agreed td--yea 59, n'ays"'19.' 0 )s; Senate amend ments to HI Ih517,,relatlVB' to the: gbVferritnent of L0ngvieW'Asylamj were- agi'eed'to-yeas fe',' fiays 5. f'l l- Senate " amend men ts to ' H. "B.' 573, ' Td ametid section of an-' actr to : providp ' for the partition-of- real estate, passep: Feo,17i 1S31; wete agreed tP4yeA3 63, nflys'rione:1'' " Senate; amendments1 to' ti,'U.vJN0;.-,422, Prpvlfjjng ror":thedlspbsifl6n'of Pnclaimed freight' ami express packages; ' werfe agreed -Mr.' tfiKKBEiT", moved tor refer Senate amend merits ro'll'-B. NP..283:.;Tq amend the first section of a,: act entitled '"aq act pre scfiblng (lift feesof county H nditorsi"' pass- d May 1 18G-2, as; amended April' 12,1365, d: ttfe com mittee oh Ftes.ahd Salaries. 'Dis- aree'd tp."'1,!','J ','I''V iUJ" sj.v.mv 'TlVe: Sewateamendmehti wpre dls'agrped to veas JO; hag 56," '";' f"' ,f';V u;' 'TiiH Senate; having insisted on itvarnend-j theht NdJlS to the "general ''appropriation bill,' aud askedT eP'm'mltjferi:,bF -cphferencei the1' request of the' Sepate was granted, and V ;The SPEAKEKappblnted Messrs'. Glovr er,' Hitchcock and Kes?ler.'such "committee On the part PI' the 'IlbuV.j '- '' ' Sertate amehdmeni to, II; B- 572, To pro--vide for4 the payment of succession taxes arid'ehaTges on Jands:Sold'in proceedings' In. partition, iSc' was agreed to.' ' " - ' fV S.B: 433, To' repeat a certain act therein' named; was read the first and second times', Under a suspension or the rules, and refer fed to the i committee on Roads and 'High- WavsK'.''-V:'-1 ' . ' ,;,.."vJ ; ThP Senate having reTused to concur In Hotise amendments to Senate amendments to II. B: 321, To apiend art . act prescribihg the duties of county anaitors, -. " ; "Mr: BOYNTON Tmoved that the! House insist on its ; amendments,1 and 'ask" for a eommitteft ofOmfereuce.' '"Agreed '.toi'-'."' k The SPEAKER appointed Messrs. Boyn- ton; Gordon and vvnes Sucn committee on the pa'vfc of the House. - : ' ' ' Senate amendment to H. B. No.536", Sud Elementary to the several aet3 to provide a oard of commissioners td'ekamine certain military claims ahd'makitig appropriations for their payment," were, agreed tp-yeas 00, 'nays o. - , ' S. B. No. 333,' To : prevent0 frauds in in surance, was readf.jhe third . time .and passed yeas 57, nays 3. :' ' 1 : ;,i ' - H. B. No. oil- by Mr. BROWN TP7 au thonzft'the' truStpes of 'the 'township pf HihckleV. Medina voutttv. to lew a tax to buiM a town' hall, wa iead the third tim. ' 1 Mr: BRONSO N1. offered an amendment providing that '-the le.Vy shall not be made until approved' by V' majority of the legal voters ot the towifsnip.; Agreed to." . "The bill was paed yes 61.: nays none,' S. B. No. 367, bV Mr: VVILLIAMSON- Antliorizing the appropriation of land foj: parks; and publid' grounds; -was read :the third time and lost ou its: passage yeas 15, nays'40. 1 -i: '-'r-'- " " -. S.' B. NdJrg; by Mr.J KELLOGG-To amend 'certain sections of the code pf civil procedure, was: read the - third' time 'an The Senate.havin; Insisted on it3 amend ments to -the, County 'Auditor's; Fee bill, and asked a committre.of Conference, the Same was granted, and-8 " - J The SPEAKER appointed Messrs;" Gas toh, Fenhlsten ahd Nixon the' .committee on the part of the House..' ' '. .; '': i 'The Senate having insisted on. Its amend ment to tbp bill to arrest the social evil; &c2, and asked a committee of conference, the same', was granted, and V'1'. 1 '.' ' ' O The SPEAKER appointed Messrs.Youhg, BeeianJ Piatt the committee on the'part of the HPuse. ' 1 ' ' ; - S: ' B. ' 394, by Mr. ' BITOT Granting additional authority to the commissioners 6t Coshocton county for infirmary purposes; was read ,the third time and passed yeas 61, 'hays' l1. -: J,'.' "''"''-' ' . 'Mr. NIXON 'offeredjai'esPlHtioh,' which "was adopted, 'authorizing the Clerk of thp House to employ-additional: clerical forcfe "during the 'session, to secure the prompt erirollmeht of bills. ": 'C. '. J S. B- No!' 403,','by MrnURD, To amend "section 48 of the act' to. establish a code ot civil "procedure; was read - the third time -arid passed yeas 58. hays' 1." " i-"-,',',v" On motion of MrJTHORNHlLL, all bills and. Special brders not reached tP-day; were ordered to,'"be placed on the calendar? fbr 'Monday tiext: -:U1 '":"''i; Mr' COCHRAN madea report from the joint committee otTEnrollment, and -The SPEAKER then Signed J the'seVeh bills so enrolIed.!i -!'t"'" -i!Mr. SCHNEIDE made)a report from the select committee on tberesolution rela tlve to thp claim -of George Harsh, recom mending an ; amendment ;aud the adoption of the resolution.;;:, x-''" h':'-lirnrivU i ' The j resolution i'was '-adopted yeas - 56, 'navsli. -:' ' i- ; i ;.'-. : Mr: MYERS .made a. report from the. committee on iRoads and lligways on HI B. No. 566, To cede portions of the nationa, 'road to cities of the first and second class. No recommendation. The bill was ordered to its thir-1 readinsr April 15.: i : .;-. :. Mr; KIBBEE made a report on S. B. No.: 435, Supplementary to an act for the pres ervation of tbe. national road in Ohio, and for- the collection: of tolls thereon passed May. 3, .1861. iNooreoommendation... The jDill was ordered to a third reading April 15. - iJIr. PATTOti made' a report on tbe bill, Supplementary to the actto.provhletorthe -organization of cities and incorporated vil lages, recommending its passage. - : j . - Tho.bill 'was read the first; and second times, and set for its third reading on Mon day next.';' i-.-j; :-.. ;.'.i'.; ; .' ' -i oiMr ! HILL' made a report on H. B. No. 514, Amendatory ot the act for the regula tion .of turnpike companies, recommending its indefinite postponement. Agreed to. . Mr. KESSLER made a report on H. B. No. 521, For the relief of Samuel Spitler, Treasurer of Hancock county, recommend ing its indifinite postponement. Agreed to. : Mr.; GALLUP, made a report from' the committee on . public works, upon a peti tion of citizens of iPaulding county, asking for relief from damages caused by insuffi ciency of culverts in the Wabash and, Erie .canal, and upon a'Housc resolution on the same subject.' The Committee asked to be discharged; the relief having been granted -by a resolhtiori adopted.. Agreed to." i Numerous motions were made to take up and place bills upon the calendar for next week, and then : ;: - i. ' -. ). The House, on motion; adjourned. : - ' Disgusted with the Democratic Party. , A statement is going the rounds of the Republican press, to thp effect that ' A( cit izeii of Ohio " has' had an Interview ' with President Johxson, in which Interview, the President did not disguise his disgust of the Democratic party.' .This statemeut -gives pleasure to the'Republican press, and they undertake tp argue that, inasmuch as the President has conceived a disgust ; for the Democratic party' it is therefore betting that Democrats should.' desert; their organ ization and fall in line with the party that proclaims the Negro as good as the White in'ah, if not a degree or two betterand glo rify everything that -is wrong and' mon strous in Republican partisan legislation. One year ago these same Republican jpur-i h'als asserted that; the President bad deserv ed to the Democratic party, xThey . did not then argue that in consideration of his hav ing; done so, ' Republicans ; should break party ranks and follow iilm; into the Dem ocratic party ; but they .did contend that it made It necessary that they should fight the rJemocratic party with more-intense'stttb-bornness. It follows, inevitably, then, that if. the President has gone .over to thp Re ptfblTcatis' the Tiemocracy' Should fight the Republicans with jnore resolution and unyielding determination than ever. 1 Party. Poking Fun. The Cleveland Herald (Republican) pokes funat- cx-Gov'erhoit Tod, hyi saying' that there ia- a-very iflatterlnt expression i of public .opinion faydrtn); his8nomlriatiba as th Gubernatorial eaHdldatefty the Repub-. lican party for the approachin electlon. Party. Poking Fun. MARRIED: , "MlTpHELL-SSAMAN-At the bride'i rfsl dnc6. ' in ' Pleasant township.- Franklin oounty, April Otb, by the Ht G.U. Leia, Mr. Robkrt M. Mitchell, of ZaaemQ. anJJlrs. Ann E. Sia- V y M DIED: lold&btrg. on the 26th day of larca. JJJgBT-JOHKSQ., intheaatL age. : New Advertisements. htJftrro of prws h tiib it FIRST BIPTIST CHURCH- of CIumW fot Ue wwiins rear, will take place on TUJiSDlV vovirg, AElL 1, 18fi7v at 8 9'clook. .A general attendance is most'eamestly' requested; '-' ' ; Bferderof. Hoard of Truateeev ; " '' "'' it hit J.ttliiun-J .:: l-. Li. D.i MYERS. 1 Ghairmnj New Advertisements. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 'I'u bEFICE! OHIO. ?EITENTIARYy, -,:;: in e.CoLUMBus,ApxU,13th,r;1867i1,,y- Sgalgi pnoposAts witiuiiE be ceived at this office until iv,; )V.n 'ti r ; , iWednetday, :Mr. 15lt 1867 1 iT at 12 o'efock M.. for e labor of'abTra' ;- for tbe tr -of Fire years or less:, ; Shop roqfa'far Dished and discipline, maintained at the 'expense of the State. J ' L O. 0." WALCuTT; , ' ; aprl5-dltaw"4 ' ' - ' Warded;- Airp MV NSTEB COMB1 KA TIOK, OJF ZOOJ. O Q .,. . JUjU.t OUNITH OLOOJGALu AND. tI7 rl VOl! tt 1- Jit Hi T" f OH 3Viiil m iDERS;;;iOFo';CREATIOtlll jLocatlon, ilicb Street, Above TVasttT- ineien Avenue una ublj unljr. '' 1 a G EAtj COIttBlJIAXlOM i -str 'i'.- Us. . to l::i l.'-V'ilii !U slO N Forming a Grand Stock Enterprise, consolidatiDf ll" ;j 1 :, ": ! yy-t; - --i n j;sil iiO'jn Of first-flass selection., in one grand alliance, rro- -Wealth. TaUnt and Eperience-Ter ''jrI -'! :m i seen in this coontr.'". -' -ill if") 0 :1 I .- THE MAMMOTH M!I1 'Ilil ZO 0 L t) G i C At ' b E Rt M E Is coin pos ed o th e curious and rs re . ; 7. , r. ANIRI&LS OF ASIA; AFRICA & SOUTH AMERICA, Including Ornitbological selections of -the, most beauuful soecimens of FOREIGN BIRDS. '-"' ; formins tne-' most extensive eol-- v',' i-..v. ', J .l'. .Z lection f :;. tinn- y; ' i WILD I? A N l7MXS IN'THE COUNTRY; supported' by the ' itargest rCoiapa 15 O MEN AN D 25 6 HORSES, JFIFTTSf ; PERFORMERS Fire Lady Equestriennes, ? I' v . Enabling the managoaento produce; ,.:; -STARTLING ACTS OP H0RSEMAN8BIPri UARVNG GYMNASTIC EXERCISRSf n; nul SPECTACLES OF ORIENTAL GRANDETTRI "'With' the most daxzling rplendor. J r-r." BOARD OF; DIRECTORS I ,!:- .v, president, wJOBN ROBINSON Superintendent J." F; ROBlNOJf. Jr Hains Manager. .W. H; HOUGH ,1'reaa uxer . , . . f G., N . kOBLN bON Iu'the Zoological Department will be found AHEBDOF TAPIIIS! . ,,. A FLOCK ,0'r AVSTRAUAN , EJOEVS I Jli HfciBl OF rOHCUFINESIi m THE PBKFORirilG ErJBPIIANX.., ; 1 i i.'CI l: - "CMDnrCC lf'ii'iii) ,"r(i INTRODUCED BY MR, JOHNSON.; rt-'v if : I 'Grand Gratuitous' Exhibition ! 1 . . : ' . J . ' ' i i ' f 1 " -- ;( .-J ) . i - A Gorgeous Ancient Pageant The Grand Char iot of Mar , Oberon and Achilles ; Living Lions ia open Dens of. Gold and Bronse; Knights ahd Giaa--iatoravin Armor of Ancient Komaus, as escort to the gl ittering and : eostl y . Oriental E q ui pages t . : . T bis gran and imposing Prooession wiU be preceded ,by ut (jnari.o oi vuoruu.Duutaiuius ( Operatic Silver and String $f$$tx$, r.-if-ui. x wenty a its t-ctsss Musicians, hi- 'ft: . ! ' .. '.it --til li i-Tii) TWO .PERFOKIANCElS At3 and T o'clock P. M .. .MST- Th Procession will j enter . the city at rlO OCinclU k- ,.7 ,.; ... . Admission 5a cents ; Children under 10 years 256 f ii.T. . ; -.M' ;-. .i. JJi M. STEVENS, ' ' 1 aprl5-dMWBTT8Jwlt ' iv General Agent.' Til E LftST fi R EAT S EUSATI OH CIRCUS & MENAGERIE! ' CHING-AROR A . i-ii SMOKING TOBACC0I rrHI3 CHIN G A lt O H A TODAfCO 7 X grows from the rich soi 1 of the "ORIE N TA" ' and is possessed of a peculiarly 'aeliciorfs flvor en .tirely unknown to the lobaccoes of all other-climbs. , But its unpreoedented popularity has sprung. from , t e fact of the entire absence of that deadly poisou, JTicoiin, whicn permeates every 'other tobacco, and -which is the one and sole cause of the distressing ' nervous diseases, dyspepsia, 'dew which most - inva riably, sooner or later, iollow the, indulgence of thie Ipipe and cigar.'. At the recent analysation if, to bacco from allpirts of the world, at the Academy of Sciences, in 1 Paris, the renowned Chemist, M. -L amours aux. declared that wtile European and -American tobacco cootaiaedr fully cigat 1 er cent., and the purest Havana tobacco from two to five per cent- of 2iieoti-te CHI " GARORA did not con tain one diseot erable parti ole of that deadly poison, a drop of.-whih, extracted, wul destroy life j : '' Our Agent at, BOMBAY has shipped , us large .quantities'of the CHING AROR A.during the past i two years, and although we bavei been pressed to -supply ihe 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 interior quality. 1 v A connoiseur has but to smoke the American to .baoco and segara. rW,bich are invariabl.f'obeinically . flavored, to be dj sans tod with the medicinal, taste which leave a frauseou, unhealthy coatine in the i mouth, and iu time seldom tails to shatter the neiv vous syateoi. : ' - i ::. r ." ! I The natives of tbe ''ORIENT" smokathe CHIN GARORA from morn till Diaht, 'from .youth to &e. 'and are happilv unconscious of the-wild, distre.'gins -fire which eoupses through the vein of the : inhaler of the fumes pf tobacco containing J"foti t. "Weirv'te every iover of the weed to try tne "CHINGARORA, and Guarantee ' unprecedented 1 pleasure in its delicious flavor. ' ,,!"' ""-''V SOLb EyERTWUERE' ;- . "(' : EDWIN M. COOK & CO., 1 Sole Agent and. Importers of th CHINGARORA TOE A Ct O Jor the United StaUs aid Can- adas. aitdlfealera in uli kind of ' Havauii and Americanv 'Segurs and Tobacioos. . i ir 107 .1U ANlE TTOltlt. --5 aprl3-da3ui ;' tiyri ' ' ti :' i '9- I MERCHANT TAILORS )-"U- !!? 5: ' 'amd DBALBR8 IN r ' Cents', furnishing Goods, j ililO, 1; 5 i SOU T 11 ,111 G It .S X E E Opposite United States Hotel,' '; t ;i ! r i - : ; !coLUjfts,-anio. -it- . r 11 1 1 i-1 - -1 , . . TBEV; ARE : NOW. RECFIVIJV6 A Jarge and splendid stock, of SPRING GQ0DS, consisting of , '.'.'' . . ' , , 1 '! , CLOTHSiClSlMERESr. VESTJNGS.''' ! : - .j . t-AN CY' COATINGS,' ' '"' " ' Etc to-which they invite the attention of the eiti . sens of Cplumbns. .. :; , , oet30-deodly-mchl4 ' Great ExcUemcnt at the North Pnd fF YOU WANT -TO GET A GENTLE man's suit of Clothing 10 per centcheaper than the8auiecaii he bad anywhere else- in this town, call at LOUIS K.AH i'.S Ciotaing Emporium.-rNo. 24S North High street, Colambas, Ohio. ' aprll-d3m , ! I I'"' It: 1 'I'M i?f OF- ,TEW ' rJ Unnmn. No." 159 Kast State street. VVood and ' Coal House, pih'rubbery. Gas, 4o. ' A ver desirable llodatlpnj 1 Terms easy.- Imatr 55 premises of . Qr E..A. Fiteb, SWest Broaf street., f!f ,.jM ,,, mchl9-.d3. ' 1 -.f, ' . .. . ,., .; -I- 1 i: 1 ;fj -The National Hotel Property! ! -,' ifS ORN Eii ofIj ' jiriG ii ? Fhi ApI '-O N orth Public, lane, opposite Union Depot. -This property; the most eligible in Columbus fof f Hxteloj-other ttusinees purposes, wm-be gold' on tojsi3rdSfi.nrttentioa ...-''... A f - . T. . K Mr. Ellaler takes xJeature in announcing that he has completed arrangements for the production ef the hichiy successful. oriKinal. .grand,-, romantio. magical and Bpeotacmar.dramaanuUed tka.. n WITH THB. jLATEST fi W. :TORK SENS A 'lON. TBE GREAT l , r 1 1 1 ' n Which occur j abont ' , '"-'? :tti;iv" t'-."" W i"nirW! " 'I - 'I'''1'! srflNOIih'TT JdYr.tTAi' si JOSKP-BINE' -H ir.'t - i-.; Sir-: - , f'fv: -'1-"J enrvenns scenerr nr. Juessrsl Frederick Stanfield nd Himon Mocsta. Ater and elegant oostvtnsr. superVstel armors and arm er ial paraphernalia., IntrUssVe I d -DOTel , neeBinMsl apphancts, . Rich and,dalipg properties, subnia r1u and nondescrTpt motisters; t -ick devices , and pyrotechnic designs, calcium and urummond lrghtsl Ir,n4 beautiful sioj ,nr,-t 1,1 1 gratTq BLirji cRbo kltitirtcii.1 ''1 ;.,. .,niri jij ri"iT -T vnv; ttt Saturday Afternoon At ,, One , ,0?lo.. .'J5ok Office ppea fzpv'lijUf o MM nod; fro 1 to 4 ?. M. . (t .ft ....I.:.',.. I rJrt') ot-eyBI EVJSlINtTIS WEEB J'c -wjuIv i-tetai4cis J".,!;" 'rilV-l! ' - ' - "-i on i.Bj c'-t" '.'; - ' i rr-r -MiDAiB' ETF-dAARroN''tne irfe&t Enrtish Astrologlstj' Ctatrrbjran Mn1f,s'cdmctelcjafa,;rli4 has" tstd trisbed tne" MSbt'fne'' 'classes ' 'of the 1 Old Worte'-hai no1oekef herrfUV fl.Ason; ttW.- of 'second lgh!is 'to enkhl w fee? W impart' IcnoWf dge of tile greatest lmp6rtabce to the ifnglii o'r niair Hed of either seV.' 'te'iih a'stte''of'irtinceVfhi deiineatBS the .Verrfetnyes' of tne persin'-jrou rb Eoniarry.'aiil b j tne'aid fif., an;hsraroeujfTuQ tenee power, known as the . Psjchornotropei . gna'raa ' lees to produce, a life-like picture f ihe fuLure-huflf panaor wejoi tne apDiioAnr togensr. wita pg, ni'ayriate'positibnjnife leading tfaijs sjbbancf. ter-lc, This is no,hnnit)u?, as,tbousand jof Ur qaonialscan assert.,, She will send rwhen desired, fk certmed cejtificate,,ori(wttanlga4rf te.;tbat vm picture is what it-purports; t. bB nbloeini(; ' small; talf.of, hair and stating; pi si of. birth, aga. disposition and cpmp'exipn.Mod inclosiDgfift cenU and stamped; eutelpe; addressed to lyoureelf.'yws will receive the picture and desired infbrmatieu by return mail. All communications sacredly oonfi.- dentiaV Addre?s ,ia ooBfidencevMAPAlllt E; F. Thornton, Ps Oh ox.223, Iludson, N, ;Y , ; , ? LYOrrs PERIODICAL DBQPS! tllE GREAT; "FEilAXE, REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES U n !J cli i i . a ncso rupa aBoenaucwiy campouuaea nut mv r- . w i ... . n . . . prepw atiop, and better than any; Pills' Powden cS ry8tarums, , BeiBg liqnid.theipactioni is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and cert ain specific fox .the cute of ail obstructions and sufr ii 68ionrofi natureUi Thertr popularity is iodioated y he: fact that over 100, 00u bottles are annuallysofii andoonsumedby the ladies of the United SUtei every one of whom3peak:iB -the strongest terms : praise of their great metiU.n They are rapidly tak ing the place of 'every other' Female Remedy, Wd are considered by ajl who know1 aught of tbem!'rg the surest, safest and most infallible preparation l' the world. fot the cure of ail lem'al cp'miplslnit tnis removal of all Obstructions' of nature',' and. the prbl motionoffiealth',egutarity and strength'. 1 Eplict ' directions stating. wherj they n-ay be used and fjf 'jlaiiiiiig ' whei . and ' ,why';thej' 'should notr, 'Oft ould, not be used -without producing effects contri ry to nature's chosen laws will be found earefnjy folded areund each bottle, with,, the. written- (Signa ture of; Johh L) Lyon, withouVwhich uon ar geav. . -. Prepared by Dr. JOHN X. IiYON. 106 Cbae street. New Haven, Conn., who can , be -consulted either personally or by mail' (inclosing stamp), eod oerning all private diseases and female weaknesses. . 1 Sold by Druggists everrwhere : , i 7 . : ; . in.irt- - ii-f r ; U. G. CLARK A .CO.. . , General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. . "iepas-dAwly--"' " ' - -.'.-- ,'n' HELMBOLD'S FLUID . EXTRACT , 41 avvuoiuvuin mi uiovaocoui tup ORGANIC WEAKNESS. FEMALE COM-,; - - i PLAiNTSi GENERAL DEBILILY' MdVllcasesottbeiV'i:V.l: '",, .Iqol .. r.URljlARYORGAJia .7 li?-.B Whether existing U ?i -''!! ,;f; - 1 "ti r front whatever cause orig'natipf ipd ue matter of : ii ii! . 1 -..rjj ii HO W( LOKG STANDING. Diseases of these organs regurre' tie!ttse!5oifii -! t i diuretic. r.f-.:, .,1 '-i.t-ln . .. , ' ,lf bo treatment ia submitted to. Consumption or Insanity t ay ensue.'. Oar flesh ; and , Blood are supported from these sources, and the . ' ' , 'i'Uii';j';,:J'Iit.:JJ.U'-llili! M f . UT .''. t lO til .i C if, tnat of Posterity.denends upon prompt i o '.A r.i C: Uwtl -'!-!;7 nsee i .Te- ruiittoie remcay. ., . .fr HELJIBOXSXTRACT BDCHTJ . Established Upwards of ia yearsL 'Prepared by ivl !o" ,,.s:-iii- "T','1 1 "'titsOG&WiV V-"11 ,,,'.V SMBroadwaNewYorand5'- 1 t i ; I f i ; m South loth - S treet, Philadelphia. ,Pa-' 1 i feb21-dijrnit huh r-n', 'hTtu u m) i i;H -!i ' 1 1 " " -i'l J1. ! .' ', . !.- --iii.'Ji!) -j'.ir) j iiil'Ml .v ! .nufU'wl -jH b'smiur.i 5j -yr.il J th -vi ii ii"' i.t.I tol viii-i !- to Jz'tlirj T-.-it rrM io .l- Min n-' '-v )o jiiKit ii;--lUh:- : J: lii't'l ; : Heusebeld Meeeeelty Exists f ar-tltto II '1!."M ,-;ii'itl 'ii""::., i1 !-)''. K i II ; nVJISNQ'S . CATA HRII - SNUFF Which, In the first stages of 1 oold. acts' li&e bagie .Headache, Hoarseness, Diptberis; and- 'Bronchitis Sore Eyes, Dcafnesa. Bad 1 Taste and' Smell, being the result of CaUih. 'This. Sbutf removes and pret vents all these and insures 'a 'bealthy Head.' 'It effects are pleasant and safe," even for ' Infante wbo ikfler from Snuaes:"' ' ) " : '.'" ' - Iles the highisprofMsionalUstin by all Drtggists; ot sent by Xfail to all parts of (tl'.isl br30'ehts for One ; Box.'oirtt tot four Boxes'.' '(Address p ; : JAS. OURNO. Pi O. "Ox 123$, l-v'i-L' : i 'ii 1 1 J. r ;T. )'riNeit orkCity. At Wholesale, oyBEJnASBARNES k CO.;,l Park Row. Ne York. x 1 june-lydAw- f! '.. ' 1 Hii ii r-H-k 1 ft I ) Hi , BEbMBOL?:.s EXTRACT, BUCHUr and Ix FBOVJED RoB. cures, storet, and. delicate dis orders in' all their stages', at little expense, little or no change in diet, no inconvenience and no' expos ure. 1 it ia pleasant rn taste and odor, immediate in its action, and free, from all injurious propertijea. j if 1 1 tf 1 JJ .V't'-.lj iir.i 'U, itr nit i.'-.'.i: ,:;;! is ill tvyrsivri V"Mt t i rtii . . t r li-iij ;: oi ir -nmniUu iti u tui-. .--i It-nrr ,f., .,..! (i -,rf. ,.! "(..;. f.il li ; i FOR, MORE THAN j, TWENTY i XEABS MA THEWS' Venetian (HAIR; Dy. bM Btp!0d tKe testof trjaland.is conVuiUyi inoreasingin pubJjo fW'i i a jr-i -i -'t'Ai m'. no'-i unrr ; i It is tbe pest and, cheapest ia the world . Price 75cents.' " - J vj, - -r . ; It gives a beautiful, tuitronsnaturaf color, ) u. It is complete )n one bottle ; i j-J U,; , . i.u,- ' - It does .thewpfk the first time.tj j,i r -,;-, ,;: : It doeq not crck. smut or stain. !i; j.. u-, , lt doeenvtrub) off or fade: Ji.til ic - j: . i It always gives satisfaction-, f Aichild can apply it , THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by s peculiar process (know Onl.Tto; Mr.:Mathews),'which renders it infinitely superior t any dye. in' market. Sii "imusing rPBE VENETIAN DYE you ' avoid that RUSTY. DEAD appearaaoe by which dyed hair t s "so easily recognised ' when ' an ' inferior article has beV used. " " !l -"1 ; .t. ; ;i Invest 75 cents, and you will be convinced. Sold by all -Druggists And' Fsncy Goods Dealers ' 'r.tti '. :A.-1.: MATHEWS Manufacturer' J . DEMAS BARNES & CO.iNew York, W holesale Agents. " lit"' 'T!':'v V imavlOrdqodly' i in the Citj,wa8 hardly recognised bjber friends. In place pf a coarse, r.ustic' flushed faoe, she had.fc sofl rubj complexion'of .almct marble smoothness, and instead of twentjj-tllr'ee she 'rely'apeabiit eighteen ,Upo inquiry as to the cause, ipf Wgrefc a change, she plainly tof d them , that . she used thje jCjtrcssi an, ai,m7 and oonsidered it an invalu able axsqVistion (to-;an'f kfdj'P taile. B7; its use any LadXjor pentleman can; improve their personal appearance an j hundred fold. , Jt is .simple in iie combination, as Nature herself is simple, yetunsu? passed in its.efficaCy in drawing Jmpuritjea from. I alsp healing, eleansing and.beautifying the skin and rjfaws, frdin it. tit lis ifcnpuritJes, kindly . Jiealihg the 'same, and IdaVin Ih'B.u'rJiflaA 'N'tar'ibtend,eil. snoul4 beclca'ioft; fmfofa an'd- b8autifpPric fl J sent Hjr'JiaSt pr.'ExpreBs'.on teceipt of an order, by , .;;.-( .oyy, ixfjyt icd.. Chemists. .X 1, V.Ulfo.f tt:Syfacuse,Jf..Y': ,..marS5rdawly vnHtMlr1 .Tni.ii.n .-itH.h . ,8 A YOUNG YetMmng lo her countrV home.'sfter asQiourn'bf a few nidnlKa ' ' FOR5 Ndy-RETENTtpNffOTi 'iNfcONTlE' CB f Urine; irritationinflammation, or ulceration1 of LgUnds. stone in tbe bladderyikul us.rrajel or, brick I dust deposits, and aU;' dUeases ef. the bladder kid Ueys and dropsical sweHingsVjt' T,?,.!