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GENERAL LAWS,
GENERAL LAWS, Passed by the General Assembly of
GENERAL LAWS, Passed by the General Assembly of Ohio at its Adjourned Session, Began
GENERAL LAWS, Passed by the General Assembly of Ohio at its Adjourned Session, Began January 2, Ended April 17, 1867.
[Reported for the Cincinnati Commercial.]
1 Making partial approprfatiohs for the
year 1867- it3it-a',i I
2. To increase the maximum comrietta-
tlon or deputy ponce cxerKs to niteen huft
dred dollars a yeah' ? i
.,.3. To.athorlzqthels3ueof three millions
of dollars bonds-ior-the purchase of gas
tl works byjcitiea of the first clasf, having a
i. :population exceeding 'One ' hundred atd
i; Hfty ithotfnd.'tnh-ahltants;-1';- !
4 xoautnoxlze, city.; councils to". : make
i -Jieuse. connections- to sewers, "water-pipes
m and gas-pip -and assess the costijjf: the
same on the lots benefited. '"' J ' ' . j ,
"ri 6. Xo inoreasethe, cempeasatioa f conl
mtn ' pleas udges from .two .thousand,. to
twetity-flve hnndrecl'dolUrs ayear; J
(J.' iVso1 amend 'gectiort 17T pf thftclyll
rC0e.i4hat Aef eadant-ax reitecUmayf at
-any time before- judgment," apply for a r--ActI6r4f
ibii aure2'tjx.aciti4 the
"ofdernt "fcrrest. i
r. "To amend secttofi 116 of Juaticer code
so-that'appeali'may'be5 pf(diwithfollm8erp
thirty days? T f
Q Tf tr-c tYia ffnaa rf nAa.cr vorlnna
terms of court In the second, ebdiviiion of
,the fourth ihaicuO, district' V. V-i -!
x:r S. To appropriate .eljiht thousand dollars
of the public printing 6f the curreht yeaj.
"""' 10: To give" county commissioners, au
'' thority to purchase and make free turnpike
""roads -or parts of such roads withla,the
p limits tof their respective counties." '.."V
tii Hi To require forty days notice tri writ-'
"lng or by publication, In partition cases.". J
-"ti 12; To prescribe the manner of obtaining
-?relB8! rrom -liability on their bond " by
V ran ties of j ustioes of the peace, constables
- and township treasurers. ; ": lf" ' i
13. To legalize additions made to munici
r. pal corporations, though-not in- due form
c and manner of law; where suctr additions
liavo been made and submitced tto ordi
.rAancesof councils without Ejection.;:-1 i
(i.i -14. To so amend seetion 23 of the act in
, relation to guardian and ward as to author
r ize the. sale of real estate ot wards at pri
. vate pale for not less than a its ; appraised
'Value- ? -,....- --i! I-. ..;..
' ' 15. To o amend section 54J of the civil
code, that bail given uuder its provisions
-hall-be-responsible for alirosts incurred in
. thOSUita -1 - w . s .- -?.. t ; r 1 1 i
til 8.' To authorize the conatrurtion of sidei
" walks twelve feet wide, alongVurnpikes in
incorporated villages . :
17. To make it the duty of clerks of courts
to report to the Commissioner of Statistics
I statements of all crimes prosecuted and the
'results of such prosecutions. ,; ; i
I I rJ8. TO enable associations of persons fot
raieing fands to be 'l0antd: among their
members for building them homesteads and
';oth-r purposes, to become bodies corporate!
I To authorize ct.ies' of the first class
Jiaving' a population of over one hundred
thousand inhabitants, to levy a tax for sew -
-erace "purpose. :" ' " -" ' : '
i -.,20? To .authorize- the establishment of
tlines of true meridian less than forty rods
in- length..: - :
f 2l. To authorize the transfer: to the lien
pocket ot, judgments reudered by Mayors
.of cities or, villages. - . ; , . ' . :
"', ,22. To authorize the probate of wills lost
jot 'destroyed, alter the testators., have be
"corrie insane. - - .., ,., . . ,.
'V;23i 'To;.add to the penalty for assault, or
- nssault "and ' battery, to Imprisonment not
'exceeding six months in the county jail. , .
a'24: To authorize councils of incorporated
villages to appoint or remove marshals, po
lice and subordinate officers, and levy taxes
to pay such officers.;.-. : -. - -; - --...
25. To authorize the erection, during the
years .1867 . and 1868, of school houses by
sub-districts. , ; o
'26. To authorize the purchase of steam
fire engine in villages having one thous
Anrl inliRhif.ants or unward.
T27." ToTprovida for the appbihtrifent of 'a
law librarian of theSupreiheCorirt:" "
28. To repeal Ihe acts for the licensing of
taverns.-rn r. T
-.29., To fix, the, compensation of clerks ol
the General Assembly," for work done after
adjournment..-:! j laj a -.. . r ' r..; i
30. To authorize the issue of bonds by
"certain cities,", (Pay ton) for the purpose
of protecting'themselves'against floods.
31. To authorize the county commission
ers to appropriate as -county roads, unfin
ished turnpikes and plank roads, . , .
32. To remodel the road laws ana place
the' pablio - highways' under the control of
township, trustees. -i.rti
33. To authorize and empower adminis
trators and executors ;fo '.erect tombstones
orinonuments to the memory of deceased
persons. , , r, ,r . --r
34. To -authorize and require' the Issue of
bonds to re-enllsted veterau :vo'unteers
whb have hetofore ' received no. veteran
bountv. . . ... .. ,.
35. To' authorize the1 incorporation of
Sharpshooters' associations. . 1 '
36. To -authorize-the omniissioners of
any irfounty, co.uucil of any city or village,
or trustees of any township, to eeJl toe
. stock of -such county, city, village or town
ship in any railroad, turnpike or plank road;
ad after paying all indebtedness incurred
upon such stockT apply .the -balance of the
pyaceeds to general fundi - - "
J37 Tofix the times Af holding the courts
for the year 1867 in the Sixth Judicial Dis
trictty h :! . ;i .-----'!;" .
"38. Authorizing the incorporation of ag
ricultural, mechanical or industrial associations.-.
' .. ..... -'. ..-
- 33. To fix the compensation of gas in
spector and otherwise amend the act lor
inspection of gas meter and protection of
gas companies and gas consumers,
40. To authorize city councils of .cities 01
the first class, having a population exceed
ing one hundred thousand (Cincinnati) to
sell fuel to consumers, or transfer it to the
various 'departments of the city govern
ment. ' . ' ;. ,
41. To authorize payment froiri thecouri-
ty treasury of fees of the clerk of common-
pleas, wnerein tne state laiis to connct or
collect the costs after due and diligent ef
lort made therefor." ' -l 1 "
42. T6 rt quire probate judge' to file with
county auditors, on the firet day of Septem
ber, annually, accounts of all fees' by them
charged on account of their office..,
43. Prescribing the penalty of imprison
rneat from one to twenty years, for cutting
with intent to kill, wound or maim.
44. Extending the - jurisdiction of - the
. Probate Courts of Fulton, Williams, San-
dusky Van- Wert,- Darke, - Wyandot and
Coshocton, to minor criminal offenses. ;
45 That in counties where probate courts
have . criminal.- jurisdiction, all recogni
zavoe and transcripts in minor criminal
oflenses, shall be returned to Raid courts.
46. To authorize the incorporation ot as
sociations of persona for wrecking pur
poses.' 47. , To authorize cities of the first class,
having a population of less than one hun
dred thousand inhabitants; to appropriate
lands for school house sites.
48. .To authorize city .councils to appoint
inspectors 01 Deei came, sneep, nogs, poul
try, game, milk, much cows, Jresa meat
and fresh li-h.
49. To authorize the trustees of asylums
or colered orphan children to receive
and provide for colored children who have
been deserted -. by t their parents also, to
acquire, sell, mortgage or lease real estate.
60 To providefor the protection of cem
eteries against tresspass , hy shooting into
or over them. - . .. . ,
51. To -authorize guardians of lunatics
and idiots to lease lands ot their wards.
52. .To authorize city councils of cities of
the' second .class, owning , water- works
(Zahesville)' to issue bonds for their, en
largement and improvement. :,
53. Kequiring all tolls taken on turnpikes
and plank roads to be applied to repairs ol
portions fonnd in need of such repair. ,
54. To provide-for the organization as
citieB' of the first class,', of such cities as
were advanced - to that grade . between de
cen filer periods prior to 1867. (Toledo.)
55. To authorize councils of less than two
thousand, and not joore than our thousand
five hundred inhabitants-at-the last federal
census; 'to levy : taxes ? to construct free
turnjpike toads running : Into or through
guchrvlllages..;-.v :'.. .., i
56. Authorizing the Incorporation of Xn-.
dependent agricaltural societies.' '' ' ;
57. Authorizinarcommissioners of coun
ties, to sell real estate belonging to Jhelr
counties,and purchase otherreal"estatej
withoof snbmittimr "the Lauesttdrf to a'bopu-
lar vote, where the value of the real estate
does cot exceed ten thousand -dollars.' '
58.,Prescribing - times of payment of the
salary of Clerk of the Supreme Court.. 1 -
59.t Prescribing iihe man ner of 5 proceed
ing to recovertiebts atihst.fceirapf
ceasedrfonsf ;;! .a . w t-ziL nz.
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COLUMBUS, .0.; EHUESDAY MORNING, YPKIL 18, 1867.
NO. 249 J
m ,ou ;?.- Fis: JIM 1 I 1 ,ii I -'I I I 1 I J . M I it I t5l I 1 - fi V A' I' VI 1 'till i
empt from execution, attaciment or sale, to .
60. To. provide for the' eoaa4Iration 01
assessments of property Of?rallroads, "rand
to reDeal the former law. bu tue same? sub
ject. ( ... r;i "." . ' : -'; ..; ;. ."i j-r;.:I i .
bl. 1'rescribinjr compensation of enerilw.,
for services in criminal Cases wherein Ihe.;
State tails to convict." ."''r- V ' . . .. I
. v62,'A.Utli0ri?ioif s township r. trustees- tb
trbnsfer surplus county and. relief "fnnda,
accumnlateti !u township treasuries, to gen--,
era! fund., . W : i;' : x'lti.h:. ! '
-. e3..TQj autaorizei the appointment, of a,,
police- force by railroad Companies. - - . :
-64: To create a board Of three c6mmis- .
eionersto revise the,' laws xelatLuz to the,.
Llinances olthe State. j; a -: : L j -
65. To increase the conrpensation oicoun-.:
ty'snrveyors.; .', 'v.-.;-; .;' ' : j
".v. $5. To author,lz ."boards' of edncatfoa in.-:
cities of .th&ilrst and second classes to levy ,
a tax of one-tenth mill to increase school
libraries. ' "w c ; ., ; 1
. 67P To provide lor the registry by proBate ,
judges ot births and deaths" -' '. I
f " -68. To amend section 455,' relative to an-f .
pxiuncement orsoerina, or, cproners actn,
as sheriffs. ' n . . -xj
A !6& fl'h4t la all cases whatsoever, one sew- 3
inz machine owned py anyr person' "-torn g .
the same lor the purpose ;ot ; maintaining u
1. ' vv VA xavws t .
70. To authorize treasurers ot villages
and township's to deposit - their luud3
in banks in cases where they-, are .not
provided with a good fire or burglar proof
sate- ,',r. r " - i
, ;7lX Extending the jurisdiction of the pro-j .
pate -court of Defiance ' county to minor
criminal cases. ' v i
72. Authorizing ; county commissioners in
their discretion to employ " a competent
surveyor,- or surveyor - and - engineer," to"
make preliminary surveys for the location;
of ditches," drains and watercourses under
the general law. . ;
73. To authorize county commissioners
to offer and pay rewards for the arrest of,
persons' charged with capital or penitentiary-otfenses.
--
74 To provide for increasing or reducing
the width of township or county roads...
75. To add imprisonment in the cotintv .
j alii hot exceeding six months, to the pre
existing penalties ior iiDei. ...
H76.'To authorize the incorporations of
companies, with a capital stoJk of not less
than one thousand dollars, to improve any :
stream of water, or any part thereof, here- '.
tofo re declared navigable by the laws of
Ohio-.-.. - - .
77. Authorizing councils of cities and in
corporated villaxes to levy . caxts to pur- :
chase, enlarge, improve or embellish ceme
tery giouods.' '
J 7. Authorizing trustees of minors to sell
real estate of such minors. ' .
. ,79. Ilequlrlng county commissioners to
furnish- blank books, &c, to probate judges.
80. Authorizing tbe bringihg of actions
in attachment on claims before due, where
debtors attempt to defraud creditors by the
sale or other fraudulent disposition of prop
erty. - "- 1
81: That county commissioners shall not
allow" lees from the county treasury in
minor criminal cases to constables;, mar
shals, justices of the peace, police judges-'
or mayors, ' until satisnea Dy toe - cer
tificate of said justice ot the peace, police
Judge or mayor, that the prosecuting wit
ness was" indigent and' entirely unable to
pay the costs or. procure security for the
same." '" " -..
82 Prescribing penalties for wilfully and
maliciously injuring,! removing or destroy
ing .any gas-lamp, gas-lamp post, gas-lantern
or gas-meter la wfvlly stt up or laid.
83, Jaunting .to two years the lien of as
sessments made by municipal corporations
to defray" the expenses of improvements.
'84.' Creating.boards of health in cities. -
85. Authorizing the levy in 1S67 of bountv
taxes, noc levied heretofore, under the law
of 1865. - -
86. Extending tl provisions of the Me
tropolitan Police law to cities of the first
class, ' having " a population of less than
50,000 .'(Toledo), and Cities of the second
class having a population of 12,000 and up
wards (Dayton and Columbus). -'
87. To authorize county commissioners
to construct roads on petition ot a majority
of resident land owners along and adjacent
to the line of said road. . ' . ' .'
. 88. . To authorize the incorporation of ele
vator companies. , - : :.,t, - i -
89. To provide for establishing by the
Board of Public WorksOf dockage and
wharf lines' in" navigable waters of this,
S 'ate; .' . 1
; 90.' To authorize increased rates of taxa
tion for school house purposes by boards
of education. . .
I 91. To regulate and govern the Ohio pen
itentiary. si.-, :. . '
j 92 To require legal advertisements to be
published in German newspapers in cases
where the apparent value of ; the, -property
exceeds f 1,200, in cities of the first and sec-;
ond classes, unles such advertisement Is dis
pensed with by order of the court. -. v
93. To authorize boards of education, in
cities ot not less than' 20.000 inhabitants, to,
constitute standing " committees for the
management of libraries under their con
trol. -I . :".-'-
i 94. To amend section one of the Bird and '
Game law -prohibiting , the netting aud
trapping of quails. ' : . .
: 95. To vest bills of grave-yards dedicated
to public use. In cities, towns and villages
where located, and provide lor the protec
tion of such burial places.
! 96. To provide lor the sale of cemetery1
grounds owned by religious corporations,
when no longer used fortemeteries.
97. To authorize councils of incorporated
villages of over two thousand inhabitants
to.locate and construct local sewers.
: 98. To give bastards the eame rights of
inheritance to estates of their mothers t as
children born in wedlock. . ' 1 ;
. 99. To authorize councils of cities of the
second class to appoint boards of city im
provements. 100. To define the .'jurisdiction of the ,
Ptobate Court of Holmes county in criminal
cases.
- 101. To authorize trustees of townships
to construct sidewalks leading to ceme
teries. 102. To provide for the protection of side-
Walk8. ' 1
: 103. To authorize councils of cities and
villages to lease, sell and convey real estate
ot such corporations.
1104. To authorize councils-of incorpora
ted villages to levy taxes to construct free
turnpikes.
105. To authorize township trustees to
appropriate land for cemeteries.
' 106. To make au appropriation of five
thousand dollars for Antietam National
Cemetery'.
- 107t -To authorize cemetery associations
and councils of cities aud incorporated vil
lages to sell or incumber real estate not
needed for cemetery purposes.
108. To providefor the appointment of a
Co&imissioner of Eailroads and Telegraphs,
and prescribing his duties.
109. Authorizing the transfer of aay ac
cumulated par funds, In townships within
counties where infirmaries have been erect
ed, to transfer such funds to the general
lund.
110. To provide " lor reindexing execu
tions in counties having over two hundred
thousand population (Hamilton).
111. To fix the compensation of township
trustees under the new Road law at one
dollar and fifty cents a day. . .
.-. 112. To authorize any two or more school
sub-districts," having not less than 225 in
habitants, to become separate school dis
tricts, f
113. To provide for . the establishment,
support and regulation of children's ho nes
in the several counties of this State, aud re
peal the former, law on that subject. .
114. To increase the salary and cut off the
perquisites ot police judges in cities of over
one hundred thousand inhabitants. (Cin
cinnati )
115. To authorize the erection and main
tenance of infirmaries hy cities of the sec
ond class having over, twenty thousand in
habitants. -' - - -
116. To provide for the construction of
.street railroads in townships.
117. Toauthprize cities of less than twenty-five
thousand .and more than twenty
thousand inhabitants (Dayton) to construct'
levees. r.ui rur? ? .
, , 118. To authorize cities of the second
class having a population of fifty thousand
inhabitants and upward, bordering on the
navigable rivers of Ohio (GalliDolis. to
borrow. not exceeding fifty . thousand dol-
jars to repair puDiio wnarts ana landings,
and for general purposes. ,
' 119. To authorize cities of the second
olas8 to borrow money for the construction
of main ditches or drains.
120. To provide for teaching the arts of
printing and binding In the deaf and dumb
asylums. v .
. 121. .To authorize township trustees to
construct and maintain pounds, in which
animals; taken up under the provisions of
the act td restrain domestic animals from
running at large may be confined. !.
; 122. To protect bridges across, the Ohio
river' :! : ; ''' ,;' !"
:i 123. To an thorize certain cities of the
second class (Canton) to levy taxes to as
sist in the erection of court houses.-1
124. To authorize - the establishment of
houses of i correction in certain cities of the
first class (Clevelaud). ' -
r .'125.' To. -provide for the erection' ! of. an
additional. lunatic asylum. i .i
il26. To extend the penaAtteiOf attemptr
jngi or : procuring abortion' 'to : accessories
and adsijersy and to protect foetal life" at
all its stages., i . . ..:.
.3l22To dispose of moniesof in the hands
of officers of the late National Guard of
OhiO. (i ; ' i iefl ).! i-. .:- I 1 -
128.; Tot repeal -the third section of the
act of April. H, 1866, " authorizing county
commissioners to levy a tax ' for road pur
poses ' ii3 ; : " '
129. To amend section 226 of the code of
civil procedure! i r ; '-' ' - ' -:
: vl30. To provide for furnishing the State
Library room." ' ' " " t
131. To exempt pensioners of the United
States from doing two days' labor on the
publid highways iu cities and villages. i
vl32. To authorize village-councils and
township trustees to join in the erection of
town balls. '- .: .
: -133. For the enlargement of a culvert on
the Miami and. Erie canal, in Concord
township, Miami" county.;
134. To require railroad companies jto
stop all passenger trains at all villages of
over 3,000 inhabitants.
135. Authorizing cities of the second
class, having a population of 16,000 inhabi
tants,, to borrow money ' not-execeeding
twenty thousand dollars, for town hall and
site. -
136. To require railroad and other corpo
rate companies to contribute to the con
struction of ditches, drains and water
courses located and constructed under the
general law on that subject.
137. To authorize the use of depositions
taken he fore a referee or master com mis-
sioner in suDsequenc stages 01 tne action
pertaining to which they were taken.
. 138. To annul section fifteen of the code
of eivil procedure.. , -
139. To provide for the incorporation and
regulation of co-operative trade associations
In the State ot Ohio.
140. To authorize boards of health in in
corporated villages.
-.141. To authorize cities of the first class,
having less than one hundred thousand
inhabitants, to fund their floating indebt
edness. . - j
142. To extend to the city of Toledo the
provisions of the act authorizing cities of
the first class to levy bridge taxes.
143. .To cede to the United States juris
diction over lands and their appurtenances,
for the National Asylum for disabled sol
diers, and exempting the same from taxa
tion.. 144. Prescribing penalties of fine and
imprisonment for refusal by judges of
election to receive, the ballots of qualified
electors.
145. To prohibit the killing of fur-bearing
animals on the lands ot another, with
out the consent ot the owner ot the lands.
146. To provide for the voluntary disso
lution of corporations.
147. To regulate insurance companies
(other than those engaged in life insurance).
148. To authorize county commissioners
to lay out, establish and construct free turn
pike roads. . . - "
149. Prescribing the manner of publica
tion of the suffrage amendment to the con
stitution, and the form of voting on that
amendment. ' '
150. To establish the Bureau of Soldiers'
Claims at Columbus, and the Military Claim
Agency at Washington. :
1 151. To . authorize cities of the second
class, having a population of over ten thou
sand at the last Federal census, to issue
bonds and purchase and improve lands for
public parks. -
152. To authorize the Board of Military
Claims to examine and allow claims for
bounty, paid to recruiting' officers for the
benefit ot soldiers enlisted, and never re
ceived by the parties entitled to such bounties..-::
. : - -
153. To amend section 313 of the civil
code, ; relative to the competency : of wit
nesses.1 t 1 .- .-j ;'
: 154. To authorize the incorporation of
skating park' associations, and associations
for the preservation and exhibition of
works of art, for encouraging and cultivat
ing a taste for music, and for the advance
ment of legal knowledge and the better
and more convenient discharge of profes
sional duties connected therewith. -I
155. To pfovide for the Incorporation of
savings societies.: . . .. .
1 156. To authorize the incorporation of
water cure associations.' '
' 157. To provide seals for district and su
perior courts, and Secretary of State and
Adjutant General.
: 158. To regulate the business of life in
surance. ; 159. To provide for the taxation of bank
shares and baukers.
160. To exempt from execution or other
process the property of railroad companies,
used in completing their roads, in rases
where subscriptions for such completion
have been taken conditioned on such ex
emption. 161. To prohibit the publication In news
papers or otherwise, ol drugs, nostrums or
medicines purporting to be for the exclus
ive use of women. '",
162. To authorize villages having a tax
duplicate of over $100,000 and less than
$125,000, to levy special tax for cemeteries.
163. Making appropriations for the year
1867 and the first quarter of 1868.
164. For the incorporation of life Insur
ance companies. .......
265. Authorizing county surveyors to
transcribe maps, records of plats, and field
notes of surveys of lands.
166. Prescribing terms of payment when
one of the partners takes partnership propr
erty in partition cases.
167. Providing lor the disposition of. un
claimed freight and express packages. "
168. Providing for refunding United
States taxes on decedents' estates.
169. Repealing the act for the relief of
Samuel Ketchum, Treasurer of Coshocton
county.
170. To prevent the spreading of conta
gious or infectious diseases anion 2 domes
tic animal, by prohibiting the sale of such
diseased animals.
171. supplementary to the code of civil
procedure.
172. Providing for the inspection of min
eral oil for illuminating purposes.
173. Providing that lot owners shall not
be assessed for changes made in established
grades of streets in villages, unless such
change is made in accordance with a peti-.
tlon 01 sucn owners.
174. Requiring county commissioners to
assist in the construction of free turnpikes
when located along Infirmary farms.
175. Prescribing the salary of police
judges in certain cities of the first class,
and in Cincinnati,
176. Proving that street railroad compa
nies shall not condemn streets lor roads in
which cars are to be drawn by steam, ex
cept upon the same conditions as to the
consent of adjacent proprietors as are re
quired for other street railroads.
... 177. Authorizing and requiring the pay
ment of bounties to veteran volunteers,
and the next of kin of those deceased.
178. Amending section 417 uf the civil
code.
, 179. Amending section forty-eight of the
civil code.
180. Prescribing penalties for frauds upon
life insurance companies.
181 Prescribing penalties for refusal rv
judges jof elections to receive ballots of
persons entitled to vote.
182. Providing for the organization of
military institutes.'
183. Providing for erection of new build
ing for blind asylum. "" .
184. Authorizing construction of branr-h
sewers in cities, of the second class.
--185. Providing : that in connties having
less than ten thousand inhabitants, less
than three terms of common nleas mav
held annually.
lab. Authorizing the sale of turn nit a
stocks by counties, towns and villages.
- is. 10 arrest social evil in cities of over
100,000 inhabitants.
-188. To irive villasres and f.li Atr Tim-
portion of surplus bounty and relief funds
transferred under the laws for th
Ol,ochfund8in townships to general fund.
Autnonztng aeiendants in replevin
to recover specific property taken in suit,
when it results in favor of such defend
ants. 190. Authorizing prosecuting attorneys
to prosecute bills of exceptions in criminal
cap ex. .:
191. Abolishing two days' labor road tax
In cities of the second class.
192, Supplementary to general act relat
ing to the drawing of jurors, and prescrib
ing without filling panel in cases of vacan
cies. ; ' - .":. ,';. .. " ' J
i' 193; Requiring street railroad companies
in paving to use Nicholson pavement. !
i 194; Authorizing commissioners to in
crease the compensation of county auditors.-
-;- ' ' ' . - ,
195. For the prevention' of advertise-'
ment nuisances on fences, walls, buildings
and trees.' ' ., ; ; ; '
' 196." Authorizing the ' Governor ' to ap
point commissioners to inspect State char-
itable and correctional institutions. ' ' !
; 197. Exempting villages In Hamilton
county from the operation of section 23 of
the act for the incorporation of cities aud
villages. t .. -, .','.. ' ,
. 198. Authorizing gas companies ih town
ship?. ' ' ' -. ' ' ""', ,. ' '.. .
199. Increasing the number of trusteees
of -Longview Asylum."' ;
200. Authorizing the cities ot Cleveland
and Toledo to! prescribe fire limits. ' . ,
201." Authorizing 'public; judges to ap
point attorneys police judges pro tem.
202."Authorizlng persons charged with
crime to testify. '" " ; ..;'.' x
SPECIAL NOTICES:
THE GBEATETOLlSHEEMEDI
rBOTECTED BT.BOTaL LXTTXKS TATKNT. '
81K JAME CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
Prepared from a pretcHption of Sir S. darie,JT.j.
. Phytioian Extraordinary to the Queen. r
This invaluable medicine la unfailing in the eure
all those painful and dangerous diseases to which
he female constitution is subject. It moderates at)
sxoesses and removes all obstructions, from whatev
er cause ' speedy eure may be relied on. . ;
, TO fflAKUIED LADIES ,
partionlarly suited, j It will, in a short time
the monthly period with regularity.
: OAUTION. -
IXeto Pill should not oe taken by leiAate during
tne jJK&r . ittjc&a mujxthx or rreonancy, a
they are ure to bring on Miscarriage, but at an
other time they are tare.
In all cases of Mervous and Spinal Affection
''aina in the Back and Limbs. Fatiirue on slight ex
irtion. Palpitation of the Heat. Hysterics, and
-V hites, these Fills will effect a cure when all other
oe&ns have failed: and althouch a powerful remedy,
to not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything
luruui to tn constitution.
r'ull directions in the pamphlet around each pack
ze. which should be carefully preserved.
Sold bt all Dkuggists. Fhice, Ohx Dollab
FKR COTTLE.
., , SPECIAL NOTICE.
It the fate ot every valuable Medicine to be
Counterfeited. J caution, therefore, and
tee tha t the letter "T. cfc M ." are blown in the bottle,
ind that each wrapper bear the fag similes of the
Signatures of I. C. BALDWIN A CO., and JOB
MOSES. Mkf ttuAout which, none are genuine.
. tf. $1.00. with iiichteen cents for postage
'nclosed to aiy authoriied Astent or to the Sole
General Agent for the United States and British
Dominions. ...
JOB MOSES, 27 Cortlandt street. New York.
will insure a bottle, containing Fifty Pills, by re
turn maiL securely sealed from all observation.
gopl9-aweowlj-oct9 ' .
L, IFi: I1IJAI.XII SXK1H.
- LIFE-IIEALTn-SXISENGTfl.
DR. JUAN DELAMARBE'S
SPECIFIC PILLS
Are prepared by the Messieurs Garancier & Du-
Dk..n,.n...t; m.a Oil PnA UmKlfJ P.ii.
rom the Prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, Chief
Physician to the lloepital du JSord on Lariboisere.
LETTER OF REUOMMENDATIOJT.
' - - -i . PAKfBTMaySt 1863
Gektlkmen:-We have- used the "Spbcifio
"ills made from Doctor Delamarre s Pre
scripuon, auriDg several, years' past, in our
private and public practice," and have fonnd
tnem a most energetic and efficient Kem
edy in cases of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weak
ness: Niehtly. Daily, or remafwra Emissions: Sex.
aal Weakness, or Impotency; Special Derangements
ot tne xvervoua system: Weaknesses ansinc fro to
Secret Uabits and Sexual Excesses; Relaxation ol
the Genital Urgans: vV eak Spine: Affections ot the
Lyea: "Lime" or -"Brick Dust" Deposits in the
Urine: "MilkyDischarges; Paleness of the Skin,
with Sunken Cheeks and Bloodless Lips; "Pinched''
Features; lrrecular Aoiion of the lleai t, and in all
tne gbastly -tram ot Symptoms arising from Over
use, Abusea, or Loa from any cause, of the Nervous
b orce
We earnestly advise the Prof easion, and all per
sona suffering from any Symptomatic or Organic
Apecvwn ot tne uenito-ubimaby systems, to use
these Pills.- With high r.spect, we are jeurs most
sincerely, . . !
' . R. A.BEAOREPARIK.M. D.
G. D. DUJARDLN.M.D.
. JEAN DE LEUCHRE.M.D.
To Garamcixbx &, Dupont, No.SHKue Lombard
Pans
. &ed entary and Studiou 'ccupations; Grist, Ante
Utle, or whatever tends to impair the Vital Action
of the Brain, Heart, ot Nervous System frequently
lead to the most IHstreesing and Embarrassing Dis
orders of the Virile System. Students Clergy
men and Lawyer, therefore, who. are especially li
able to these W eaknesses, should resort promptly to
Dr. Delamarrb's Specific Pills.
s A Pamphlet, containing full pr(ioulars, with Di
rections and Advice, printed in French, German,
Spanish and English, accompanies each bex, ana
will be sent, by mail, free ot eost, to any who will
write for it. b . . .
Price tlper Box, or Six .Boxes for 5.
k Sold by all the principal Druggists, or wi 1 be
sent b. mail, tecurely sealed from all observation,
on receipt ef the specified price by any authoriied
agent, or by the sole General A cents for America,
OSCAR G. MOSES A CO., 87-Cortlandt atreet.
ew York. Autnorized Agents for. Columbus ana
vicinity, tf. K. nAMUtL A CO. G. ROBERTS &
CO.. and all Dealers in Meiicines. All orders by
mail promptly attended to.
sep!9 diwwm 1 y . -
THE CHING-ARORA
AI'XI-I'ERTOtJS
SMOKING TOBACCO!
TIIK CIIIKGARORA TOBACCO
A ,crowa from the rich soil of the "ORIENT,"
ana is possessed ot a peculiarly delicious navor en
tirely unknown to the tobaoooes of all other climes.
But its unprecedented popularity has sprung from
t e fact of the entire aoseoce of tfcat deadly poison.
jytcoim, wnicn permeates every otner tonacco. and
which is he one and sole cause of the distressing
nervous diseases, dyspepsia, 4c, wnicn most inva
riably, sooner or later, follow the indulgence of the
pipe and cigar. At tne recent analyzation 01 to
bacco f rom all p.irts of the world, at fhe Academy
of nciences, in ran, the renowned Cnemist. hi.
LamoukBaux, declared that wbile European and
American tobacco contained fully ciebt 1 er cent..
and the pnrest Havana tobacco from two to five per
eent- of Nieotl.i, tne CHI GAROKA did not con
tain one disco erable particle of that deadly poison,
a drop of whi'h. extracted, will destroy lif e.
Our Agent at BOMBAY has shipped us large
quantities of toe CHINGARORA during 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 rower than
some Amerioan tobacco of a far interior quality.
A connoiseur has but to smoke the American to
bacco and segara. which are invariably chemically
flavored, to be disausted with the medicinal taste
which leave a nauseona, unhealthy coating in the
mouth, and in. time seldom tails to shatter the ner
vous system.
The natives of the "ORIENT" smoke the CHIN
GAROKA from morn till night, from youth to age.
ond are bappilr unconscious of the wild, distressing
fire which eourses through theveinjnf the inhaler
of the fumes of tobacco containing gicotin.
Weirv'te every lover of the weed to try the
CU1NGARORA, and guarantee unprecedented
pleasure in its delicious flavor.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
EDWIN M. COOK & CO.,
Sole Agnlraitd Importers of the CITING A BOP A
TOBACCO for the United State a id Can
ada, and, Dealers in all kind of -
Havana and American Segars and Tobaccoos.
MAIN DEPOT,
197 HUAUiE SX., NEW
aprl3-dw3in
YORK.
HILL & EDWARDS,
133 and 134 Soutli Fourth Street,
' DEALERS in
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Choice Teas, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Wood
and Willow Ware, c, Butter, Eggs, Lard,
And all kinds of
country Produce
Alwavs in store. All roods warrant d aa represent
ed. Call and see. 132 and 134 bouth Fourth street
COLUMBUS OHIO.
XT All goods delivered free of charge. . .
feb27-eod3m
JUST RECE1TEP, A r.ABG13 As
sortment of BRUSSELS and INGRAIN
CARPETS of entirely new patterns.
Consumers will find it to their advantage to call
at No. S GWYNUE BLOCK, before purchasing
elsewhere. JESSE It. SlOME.
mchlG-d3taw2m
-1857.
SPRING.
1867.
BAIN & saw
:t .-! "i
South
.-1 ' .
.10
Nob. S3 lo SO
Tllelt Street,
1, t i-
:. , Are now offering a fresh assortment of .'
,! i'-'M: .'!'i : - ' . '. ' 1 , ' ' '
: moroiderea irimminet. .i :
- 11 T 1.- J.I - 1 1
viuii t juim;o Ciug' uks, '
. Point Lao Han IkereM-fs. " "
1.
-it.:;: Buff and White Lisle Glover
I
Plain French Lawns. .
.- , Spring Sha wlit, V.nt .-. i-'.
, . , Paisley Sbawia. . n
' : ' - - French Woven Corsets,
1 -:" 1 : ;'- Small Hood Skirt".'!
. ; -.. -v.- : ! n; Imperial Shirts.
.1
Fanevfaasimeres. i 1
I
. Boys' Cassimerea. ' '!: --
.. Bleached and Brown Muslins,
' Toilet Quilts. . .
i " . Table Linens and Napkins.
1 Spring Cloakings.
Dress Tiimmincv " :' i --" ' J'"'
.-, r Lace Curtains. - - ' '.'.-'
. Black" Mantilla Silks.
. Gauze Undershirts.
Ginghams and Calicos
Elastic' Serge Skirting, etc., etc..
ctrt Xioweat Zrioei
; apr8-r
MOB.
FALL AND WHITER GOODS.
TiiE OHIO 11ERCHAXT TAILORING
CO.,
NO. 185 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
South Hiffh Street, Celumbnt, O.
Take leave respectfully to tender their thanks to the
.public for the liberal patronage-bestowed on their
; establishment since its commencement, and to aa-
sure their patrons, that their effort shall ever be to
i render entire satisfaction, by making ud zarments.
, warranted to be from first class goods, by competent
Workmen and to fit accurately: Were now receiv-
; ing, and shall continue to. do so, week! during the
season : . , . . , .. . .. .... . . ? , :
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
For 0?ercoats and Business Suits
Esquimaux, F. end H. Beavers, Pilot Cloths.Heavy
Tricots, Castor Beavers, Chinchillas. Heavy Milled
Doeskins. Harris Cassimeres.' Also, the most elegant
asaortmen.oi piain ana ianey laDrics.ior '
3P-A-3JT33 ua.3rX3 "XTJES STJ3 ,
Imported from England, France, Belgium and
Switzerland, ever brought to this city. To all which
we invite the attention or the sentlemen of Colum
bus and the surrounding oonntry, assuring them that
our 1 acuities, witn being workmen ourselves, enables
us, not only to Keep better woods, but to sell Cheap
kb man otner nouses in tne city.
READY MADE DEPARTMENT
In the line of Ready Made Garments, our Stock is
complete, and in this coonection, we desire it to be
understood tnat we Keep no Shoddy, or goods of in
ferior grades, all being 'manufactured to order, and
expressly lor tma estanusnnujnt.
THE GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
la replete with every article pertaining to the Gen
tleman's outfit.
THE O. M.T. & C. CO.
aprl7-deodly-o
FOR THE LADIES.
Corsets a la Mode.
ENTIRELY; NEW STYLES
E BEED DESIRES
' again to inform the la-
dies
of Col
lumbusand vicin
ity, that the famous WOR-
litlUHim and .MAD
AME DEMOREST COR
SETS can only be had at his
Hoop ftKirt Manufactory,
No. 21 East State Street, on
posite the Capitol Squareof
wnicn ne nas tne
EXCLUlsIVE ; SALE.
These Corsets have a"celebrity unequalled by any
others in me, and ladies should not fail to give them
a trial, as tbey are not only beautifiers of the per
son, but greatly advantageous to health. .
; E. REED-
Eoop Skirt Manufactory. No. 31 East State at.
juneU-dtf
LITTLE'S PATENT
AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE,
'' .: PATENTED FEBRUARY. 1865.
The Best Store in the Gorcrnmcnt.
TPIIE PECTIilAR FEATURE OF this
A Stove i?xbe novel construction of the Oven,
wnicn maKea it tne most tnorougii bauer in use
Vou have access to tbeOven in front, converting the
aides into flues, siving it two more heating surfaces
than any other St-ve made.
Aa the Stve is constructed it is intended for
either WOOD or COAL, operating with either
equally well.
Oil VI I. CASK, Acent,
No. 139 North High street,
nov3-dtf COLUMBUS.
CARRIAGES,
On Ilroadwuy bflween Bond sand
Front Streets,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
W1
rE TAKE THIS IT1ETHOD OF
calling attention to our larce stock of hand
some and well finished
Carriages.
tlarouchea,
Ituckawaftf '
Miiftinc Top l?iirc;iesy
Top Itjij? c;io(.
Open Itug-iett,
And Spr'ng Wajrons. They aro all of the latest
st.vle, finished in the finest manner, and warranted to
give Fatisi action. VV e take sreat pleasure iu show
ing our stock, wheth r jou buy r imt, and only atk
you to call and examine for yurelves.
All Tilers by mail promptlv attended to, and spe
cial care takeu in the shipment of work
T. ANDERSON.
All repairing in our line done on the shortest no
tice. apr4 d3m
SWAYZE & PARSONS.
MERCHANT TAILORS
. . AMD DEALERS IN
Cents' Furnishing Coods,
NO. 154 SOUTH HIGH STREET
Opposite United States Hotel,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
THEY ARE NOW RECEIVING A
large and splendid stock of SPRING GOODS,
consisting of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. TESTINGS,
r.. . , . FANCY COATINGS. '
Etc., to which they invite the attention of the citi
aen8 of Columbus. oct30-deodly-mobl4
I..:SIEBEBT.
SIEBERT
r.
' J. W. LILLET
& LILLEY,
BOOK BINDERS,
BLANK BOOK MAMTACIURERS
AND
SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS,
SOUTH HIGH ST., 0PEBA HOUSE BUILDING,
janl9-eodly COLUMBUS OHIO.
Bl
eadyMade Clothing
nil 1 Mil 11 f
Great Bargains.
1 v r.
V M--r-
ji:.-j
Great; Bargains
) 1 :
.) i t y
Great Bargain
.-n.
L C. IIIADLEY & 001
250 cfc 252
Soutli llierli Street.
jan31
Jl'COLil, MILES & M'DONALDS,
DEALERS IN
Every Variety of Family Supplies,
: IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Wines, Brandies, Cigars, etc.
Proprietors Columbus Powder Magazine,
AGENTS FOR SALE. OF
Phipps & Co.'s Sugar Cured Hams.
Always on hand, the best brands of
WJUITIi: WHEAT FLOUR,
"WHITE ROSE,"
-SJIOW FLAKE,M etc
Headquarters for
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
All goods delivered, free of charge, to any part of
tne city.
M'COLM, MILES M'DONALDS,
124 and 126 South High atreet.
nov!3:r
FAJLJj & WINTER.
HUNTER'S
ClotliiQg Emporiiim,
No. 220 South High St.,
COI.U.TlIILS OUIO.
I
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
larsestand finer t stock of Fall and Winter Gooda
ever brought to this city, consisting ot
French,
3bliirlili unci
Domestio Olotlis,
For Gentlemen's wear, which I will Bell at the low
est Cash prices.
' Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
tock of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER.
tit . 0 South Hivb atrowt '
HOTELS.
I. GARDNER
J. M DENMAM
AMERICAN SOUSE.
GARDNER & DENITIAN, Proprietors.
NEWARK, OHIO. '
mch21-dtf '
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
SOUTHWEST COR. M1IN AND THIRD STREETS,
DAYTON, OHIO.
L. REIBOLD, Proprietor.
C. O. McMillen, Chief Clerk,
octaa dtf r
ST. NICHOLAS,
t FORMERLY BCCK1NGHAM BOC8B,
East Side of the Public Sauare.
NEWARK, OHIO.
JOHN KOOS, - - Proprietor.
octia-att
S. E. CRITTENDEN.
O. B.
SERGEANT.
CLARENDON HOTEL,
OXCiroTAIT, OHIO.
S. E. CRITTENDEN 6c CO.. Pronr's.
HAVING LEASbD TIIE PROPERTY
knon aa the Walnut Street Houan. anil mm.
pie ed our improvements upon the same, it is now
tnorouxniy re iurmsnea, painted, carpeted and in
most excellent condition, and will from this date be
the CLARENDON HOTEL. We shall be moat
happy to eee our friends and the traveling public,
and guarantee the accommodations of the Claren
don to be equal to any Hotel in the city.
Telegraph Office in the Hotel-
Marco 18, 1867. b. is. CRITTENDEN A CO.
apr30-dtf-mcb28 Z
OALLBHBK
Late of Mason Co., Ky
X. A
MATTHEWS.
Of MaysviUe. Ky.
O. NSLHOW.
fi . Late of MU Sterling, Ky. , -
Merchants' Hotel,
. (BORMBRLT DEBNISON HOUSED
ALLEHES, . KKLSOU & CO., Proprietora
FIlTh Street, near Mails
eClxxolaixxA-tl, Oliloi
' JWThis House having been thoroughly repaired
n ovsted and newly furnished. Is sow open
in aj38'64-tf
3 t
i .' . . - iid-S. ' ' JL.-.i;' -r 01 ! I
r, M 1 i i i ' ... 1 i ' s
ItATE OF ADVERTISING.
Ten linea of Nonpareil; or Jtinch Bjjacfl.eonstl-tnteasqaare.-i-
.
D ail j Ft r each insertion, per square, Y5 cents :
otioi of Deaths, 68 esntsfNotices of Alarriaeia;
50 cents; Religious Notices. M ceots."Adreitfsej
uienta inserted every other day everj, third day.fcrd
once week, will be chanced $1 00 per square, each
insertion. -Business Notices iurltocat:colnmn; 20
cents per line for each insertion. No Notice leas
tban$1.00. i if 8-2 ,II
W eeklt tl.60 per square each Insprtion. Busi
ness Notices, 60 cents per line eachlnaertionNo
Notice leas than $2 00 Legal advertwementa will
be charged regular rate!.- . a . ; -.j .
All transient advertisements must be paid for at
the time they are ordered.
'BUSINESS
CARDS.
SALOON JAND RESTAURAHT.
AUCUST HENNCDO,,.
No. 13 West Broad Street.
, .':;''bath'.ide:;ji;
Importer of Fne.Xiquors & Cigars,
ArilOLESJJUE AND XiEXAIL..
iune26-dtf-r
General i ColTlmissiOlt, 'Slerchant,
44 CHAMBER COKMJESCB BUIXDING,
.n-j.i.-rau-j.wfa- "tnicAao.
-RaTEBiNCKS Messrs' Burkam ' & ' (jo..' 'Banker,
Lawrencebuxg National Bankj JLawreneeburg, Ind.
Jnl-deni r , ,ai-vif jT'tJTji.
, TEH ' PIN ALLEY.
.!' vf.irhrn r riMaiw 's -f'r -m-j twj
SIIQOTINGr OAL7LEI1Y.
ciuutE&n
.. .t No. 39, East State-at. -Colambujs, 0. -rpM.tfi
-. i ,Ori;iL c-i.i A". A.) ' U.I
VJ H ISKYr BR ftH DYr VIHt;'1
Liquors pf Jail Kinds.
- ..f r r ,"- -,'-f!' .. .. .-1 r, ' a.ic-ri
faEN YEAR OLD BOURBON .WIDS
A ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years told Bourbon
oiaay..
;,Also. twentyve bawls ynra. a o-is
of the best brands.. Will be sold V .the demlioha
kec or
oarrei; also, all kinds of Wines and other
LACEL,i,Ei "rosW Sc C,,
324 South Hich street 1
dec33
I. C. BAILKT. JT. O TrOHP80H.. B X. SMITH.
BAILEY, THor.iRsoria&ico:.
No. 274 S.ffigh St.rC6liiinbui o t
GENERALB&NXIKC AND COLLECTlOU BUSINKST
Fareisrn nl Domes ticEcehangre.O .1
ernment Roods, Coin aud
. ! ; s-j : (Jncnrrent itToneyi ,.,.,t?:;i
. JO- COLLECTIONS PROMPTL YATTBHDB3
to and Temitted for on the day f paymen
j may28-d6nHuhe3 - - ' .- a
'1 i i i -
GEO. W. GLB ASON,r
BOOKSELLER & ?--STATIONERY
1 !-'..!
V, A full stock of.
-i r: t-
IAW. MEDICAL, SCHOOL' BLANK UOOKS.
Spring stock of
" PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS.
- 4: ,,! :New and beautiful jCyles of ' 1 "'"Vf
.... .- - ., !..;. rt 1 f . yvS .; - .t'.'Ty.i' ' I
S?'?3i'TO"3 SHA33ES.
IVVitS-UWUt.
T"
FJ BATSEH. ' 1 JOS. HtfTCHKSOir. -w"M. B. H ATDKM
it
HAYDEN, I HUTCHISON & .C0
I
1
.BANKERS,
. .. WILIi OPEN THEIR OFFICE ii ! -
AT NO. 13 SOUTH HICH sr.,1
-- . ' '
(Lately occupied as the office of the Board of Con
trol of the State Bank of Ohio).- - J '
02V MOND AY, ' JANUARY Wii " 18G7
i ;-.. T. y Iui' '""
GOiriPOUND: INTEREST KOTE. '
.Gold, Silver and Gold Coupons bouvht at lib-, f
j r8j,t?8' Government and Sta e Securities bought
J",0,, 3"10 Notes converted into 6 20 Bonds.
7 3-10 Coupons taken at par when Hue, and all other
business transacted that is nsnally done by well11
regulated incorporated Banka, except the issuing of I
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON A COJ.
ian5-dtf
,WK8T.'6THABRA. O. Wt CAMPBELL,
H.BABBXB ,J
O'flARRA, CAUPBELL & BARBEE,
(Successors to J". & E. Zettlert -
WH0LE8ALB AND "- BETAIX. ' DEALERS IK
,.-f
Af.J
Foreign and Domestic Groceries,
PRODUCE, WATER LDIE, v' i
IQ
PLASTER, &c. &c. : ; .
COR. FOURTH & FRIEND STS.T
july21-dtf '
.1 h:
PROFESSIONAL.,
DR. GEO. M. DORSE Y;
-homeopathic: ' ,
PHYSICIAN Mt) SURGEON. ;"
OFFICE Parson's Block, corner State and Higi;l
treeta. bp stairs. . . t, 1 t . . janS-dtf i i-'J
M. H. M A W WroTv
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
No. 117 South High St.; I
nov39-dlyl- ,: UP STAIRS." ' !' ' fl
A. W. GRAHAM,
ATTORNEY AT ,X.AWi:in
., OFFICE With Hbkbt C Noble, 'Esq.,1 M
.; : !. ; I COLUMBUS. OBIO. y
Prompt attention given to business.- i
augi4-m . ...
. . ; ; ' . i . . , Mi,
S. W. ANDREWS,
At t p r n e v at ;L a w.
OFFICE In the Buckeye Block, '
CORNER OF .HIGH AND . BROAD . .STREETS
; Entrance on High street, maj21rdl7
LEGAL NOTICE.1 'r
J A M E S G-. B U 1 L !
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE No. 151 Soutli lligrU Street
- Especial attention paid to ConvkvancikO
and Collecting. may2'68-dtf,
THOS. C. THTJRMAN.
Attorney at iaw& Notary Poblic.
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JUDGE TIIURMAN'S OFFICE:
No. 282 South High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. -
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SAUL S. HENKLE,
ATTORNEY AT-i. LAW,
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WIEE PRACTICE IN THE SUPIIEME
. and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims
against the State and Federal Government. - - -
OFFICE No. 37 East State Btreet. oppoaiU th.
State House. ' ' novl7-dly
GEO. W. ANDREWS, 7 J '
Attorney and CounseHoiY at lairu'i
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PrMticeB In the Coar ' of Weetw Ohio. ' :
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DR. C. C. HARp;
Eclectic Physician'&iSiirgeoii?;
OFFICE:
On Fourth street, between State and Broad? In' J
Miller's Office.
Re8idekcb No. 45 South Fourfii streeU
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