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. . - iC ,. ; , " ' T -9 oi ; (mo: II. ESIIEIIIAIY. llin rJ lioM 7 -ic(iH .T.-'fjTtFnr Turps Jaw tiiLiiiii- Ja i3 i)iii l.V-r..r.-j,- alj, y.a BlTM.t en? DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ittiojii j:i .o?r f LIETJTBNXWT GOTBRNOB, iCMTOt OF STATS- ' ATTOkNXY GKNKR&L. 0tW $4 KKY of Hamilton. , , O01TPTB0I.I.1B -OF TH -TB ABVXT. XVltJLlXM. 8HEHIDAIY. Jr., of Williams.! .- -..ii, . - . . , . , .i. i I .? .'iM'antn soma TtrBtto woug, " ? 1 ART flCTIl llJJCt HESt of Cuyahoga!. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. List of Laws Passed by the Legislature. On the outside, of Thb Statesman this . .moraine Ul be founds IIst"ibf4he i Caws .passed by (the 'adjqumedjsessioni; p( the ' tegslature,sw)ifch Ttdjourhed on TTednes- W -rmrnMl cri Thf "TlaH wa nr'oUft'rafl Kir! MTrLooMTSTthe CIerlTbf theouie7"ior ! the-Cinfinsaii GommtrtiaU vvi!'! News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. Goid closed In le'wYprk Saturday , e.ye Jimgr M,l3ar oi .ntv'ss-ti y'ThiT .is ..i. hiajwhisky-and1- gaye4t to tw ot its thil-" ref useT,aft?tadmiqfetiered inllk to the poisoned childrep and saved tVemv'Ttie nuwdledir-a':u' "--.' ' w Bonheb, of ,,tbe'. 2f.ewtl Tork Ledger, has perfected' his-Arrangements to-, erect ra M lieage Baildingi oil the corner of Wli liam and Spruce 8treets,'fire stories high, 24 by 97 ftet? "It Will bate a white marble Thk celebrated Jlsterhazy jewels sold at suction in Londopt for 37,760 J Among the" objects sold were one diamond, seven teen Yiarotsv ;ivhrch "weat ;f6r.'4,D0Oand a splendid Hungarian uniform of rich Genoa velvet; thereof the sleeves of the pelisse . alone contained 10,000 pearls;; this uniform told in four lots for 2,175. - ' Ta? terrthpusand Adams Express Company's messenger, oq , the Bteambbat EUisha Bennett; . between jpittsburgh and 6reensboro, on the night of the 5th of April, has been recovered through the detective agency of Allen Pinkerton, of Chicago, - and 5 the t guilty, parties : will .be speedily brought to Justice. Boston, like New York, is clamoring for a new postofBce. A commissioner from the Department has beenthere andjspnferred with a" commission appointed "by the bus iness men of Boston on the matter of loca tion.. It has been suggested that. the Court House be purchased -and remodeled ; also thai the old South Church property, corner of Washington and -Milk streets, be pur chased, and a new postofflce built. Thb New Orleans newspapers have here tofore; been; published every day in tha weeV, Sundays included. .iast week, how-j ever? the Associated Press of that city re solved, in. order to aflord all persons con- nected With the newspaper offices an op portunity of enjoying such rest, recreation ' or religious exercises as each" may respect ively approve, to" discontinue the Monday' morning edition, ot she several daily jour- nils. .Sunday papers are to be printed, but . nbner on Monday. ' A'. oitBXBLK case of burying alive Is re ported to have occurred in Jacksonville, -Illinois. A beautiful young lady of seven-., teen, engaged to be married, was found in, her bed one morning to all appearances .j dekdr " Several physicians examined the body and ' pronounced her so. She had taken,, chloroform lor her .teeth, and there seemed no possible doubt that the dose had-, btjen a. fatal one. " She was buried- A few days- since, her relatives, being about to re move to another State, desired to take the remains with them. They opened the cof fin' andT were horror stricken to find the corpse turned over, both hands full of hair and the clothing torn to shreds. Chloro form had placed her in a deep trance from which she awoke to find herself in her cof fin and her graved , STATE NEWS. . Thk residence of Mr. H. P. Clongh was burglariously entered last Thursday night, ; saybe.w2aneCr Signal, by thieves who are yet atj. large, and -a number of silver spoons and other articles were stolen. .En-t trancewas efiected through a door on the 1 north, 6ide of tbe house, after an ineffec- ' tuafi attempt to force an entrance by way ' ol thecellaf. J J, , , r MtltoiDelosg, says therCirclevinDem- ocratz&3A tried In - the Fairfield Common Pleas, week before Jast, lor the4 murder of Barbarl"Snaefferl,,.The lacts in the ease were as follows ; 1 On the 26th of August last, Milton- Deloeg aged about seventeen years; add "Barbara Shaefler," aged about sixtetfd'ears, of Madison township, Fair field county, went to Sabbath-school at Hopewell' church, and by invitation of Malinda Neff went to her fathers for din ner. There Delong took down a gun, which dbarged," killing Miss Shaeffer The Statfe charged malicious killing rthe defepW alleged it to have' been accidental. The jurjr acquitted the .defendant after, twenty minutes deliberation. .. O Ttfesday night1 last,' 'saya the Eaton 2?m'a1i6r8ejaaftolen,from thefarm-4 of Mrs. Larshjja Four MJlecreek, bjf. a youug man named 0'Connor,-3yho bad or merljtSvQtkedl on the. place, who immedi ately started piesj; with the stolen x horse He traveled without suspicion until Thurs day tierBldg;lwb'e,n, while passing through a village In Henry county, Indiana, he was obseryedr by -a-citizen who, from the way O'Connpr wssTidig, suspicioned that all was ntotilght;' so'mbunting a horse he fol lowillaf On: discovering that he was pursued,0'Connor spurred up and endeay ed to escaprj ut was captured after a run of souitreff or'qut miles, when he made : a full confession, to the supposed officer. MrBENEDicT -Ydxd, a German, aged about forty-five yeare residing a short dis tance above West'ZatteSylllei'on the Dres- den 5pau5omraited suicide this morning by hanging' bTself.2 The particulars , of tbe tkttttj&ifBd :faf s; we can' ascertain are asuiollowai He ' has been for some monfh.f ast Itf ill'' bealllu' at times very ill, then again his health-would Improve. He . hacUwe beliernrstrwitlrnj, een confined to his bed. from these attacks. At length. ' his lUne& appeared-to affect his mind as well as his body,and foVreome time past it has beeAjdeemed prudertt by his family and friends t.a;kee ariose watch upon bim;' especially during the night season, fearing; that bjETTnTfht- destroy 'himself.. He ..was . Impressed, Siiitii tie belief" that himself and ' famUyouldcpme-t(waaVand this ap pears tSEavi been the cause which induced bim to commit tlieadiofisel destruction. So says the ZwiesviUe.Courier , f . , t. STATE NEWS. Intervention of Providence. T The same-classbf Republican and journals that affected to believe they assassination of resiOent? Icoif jbtff cause Providence found; It difficult to keep Lincoln in a frjnie,; of toind o exact Jrpni the Southernedple e&treni4 Wtnillatibn and degradation, and because Vice Presi dent Johnson had a tejnper and a will spe- ciallydapted to the business, and who I feJ-diolQin charging President John- SON eing an apostateropat; Republican party and a wretch who had em to Mtjjftp wojvnyfttohie mil dpe ;lfilfri thej r&t iffliffelectloh lor the zv(S df a&party.-'mr-wftys T)t rrd vidence we know are Dast finding out: bus that He in the least bothered himself aboiit the Connecticut election Is preposterous. Had He done so, and ordered the defeat the Republicans, il must have been be cause He became disgusted with the profl gacy and corruption and vindictiveness of the leaders of that party and wished to rebuke them for It. If the defeat of the Republicans in Connecticut is designed' to have a pirtfyjnginfljien6e on. jthat party in that State, the work of purification will not be complete, nor the will of Pro vidence fully responded to unless the Republican party shall be defeated at the ensuing fall elections. tfennowtee - 61 STATE NEWS. Intervention of Providence. Ought to be a Self-Evident Proposition. sition. TheiVw Tork limes, which is Republicai has come to the conclusion" that "it dej pendawhblly upoo- Congress .-whether the puSltc debtls ever paid or riot "It thinks that if Congress shall in everything that re quires money, practice wasteful extrava gance, "practical repudiation of the public debt " will ensue. That is a self-evident proposition ; and yet men who are inter- ested in the payment of the public debt use their influence to sustain a party whose Representatives in Congress, by continu tis fJ'lX- lt TC JymSvveflthtngJlfaJartakesof the. nature ot " retrenchment and rigid econ-j omy." if ever the public debt shall De j wiped out by repudiation, It will not be by the Democratic party: but it will be pre cipitated by the folly, profligacy and cor ruption of the Representatives and officials of the ReDublican party. This is a fact that we commend to the consideration of those persons who have money invested in Government securities. Republican Proscription in Connecticut. necticut. So vindictive and outrageous is the pro scription that has been practiced on the workingmen of r Portland rand Rockville Conhecticutj byj their employers because they considered it due the1 country to vote tbe Democratic ticket, that a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee will to-day be held at New Haven, Connec ticut, to devise measures that will assure protection to the workingmen against the proscription of their Republican employ- ... ers. The itepuDucan manuiacturers or Connecticut must be a liberal set of men they , w orry , much about the .iniquity of slavery, and talk glowingly about God- given rights," and freedom and equality before the law, and all that and yet they would make out of White men slaves to Uhfir opinions. - Did Senator Kellogg Tell the Truth? In the speech he made urging the Senate to adopt his amendment ' Striking from the House.amendment to the Joint Resolution that contemplates making Ohio a State in which Negroes' may vote, the proposition to disfranchise Deserters and Draft Skedad diers, Senator Keixogg stated, on the al leged authority of the Adjutant General, that there were between sixteen and twenty thousand Ohio soldiers' names that appeared as Deserters on " the "muster rolls," "and that the most ot these men had performed faithful service up to the surrender of Lee's and 'JoHNSTON'srnaieSt'amLat the, reviews at Washington, when they unceremonious ly went home. ' Did Senator Kellogg, in this statement, falsify the trutu? it : On Saturday afternoon a German named Benedict Yund, residing a Short distance from this city, says the- Zanesville Signal, on the Dresden road, committed suicide by hanging himself. 'Mr. Yund was hear fifty years of age, and gardner by occupation. He had been for some time past in very poor health, which illness at times affected his mind, and induced his friends to keep a close watch on him. He seemed to labor under the belief that himself and family Would come to want, and this impression induced him to commit the act. He visited Zanesville on Saturday morning, returning home about noon. A neighbor of his, Mr Stockdale, had occasion to visit the barn of Mr. Yund, where he found the body sus pended by a check-line to the rafters. Giv ing the alarm brought the assistance of Mr George Summers, when the twb men cut the body down, but life. was extinct.. be Thanks to Hon. S. Cox. It affords us great pleasure ,to tender Hon. S; S. Cox, one of the. ablest men in the country, sincere thank's for an inestimable present in.the shape of a hickory rocking-chair;- made out of hickory grown on the farm and which was used at the residence of Geokge Washington at Mt. Vernon when that patriot lived, and when Virginia was ah acknowledged equal integral part of the Union". Although the chair bears the marks ot age, it is nevertheless in ex cellent condition, and is quite a curiosity in: its wayJ To the courtesy of the father of j Mr. Cox we are indebted for its safe de-llveryi?i;V'-- ; the he Location of the National Soldiers' Asylum. Tbeollowing gij.es the intelligence that iNationarSoldiers' Asylum will be lo- the cated at ho White , Sulphur Spring's, pro vided thejColumbus and Cleveland Bailroad will, at its own cost; extend its line to the Springs,- and run daily passenger- trains there: - '- At a meeting of the managers of the Na tional 'Asylum, at Washington, quite a spir ited contesfwas had over tlie location of the Central Asyl urn. The Board was unan imous that it should be located in Ohio, but the contest wa3 between Dayton and White Sulphur Springs. Thejcommittee, which visited Oaio, reported in favor of Dayton, but the low price at which the Springs' property was ottered made it friends. It wai finally resolved that the White Sulphur Springs' property be purchased, provided the! Columbus and, Cleveland Railroad would, at its Own cost, extend its line to the Springs,1 and run daily passenger trains there, and if the company refuses, the exe cutive committee was instructed to pur chase the lands west of Dayton, provided the citizens wonld donate $20,000 toward the ! purchase. The transfer of the Ohio Soldiers' Home to the National Asylum was ratified, and the thanks of the' Board returned to tlie .Legislature of Ohio there for.! The following officers were elected lor! the Ohio Asylum: Chaplain, Rev. Henry Hill, of New Hampshire ; Surgeon, Dr. C McDermont, ol Ohio ; Steward, A. P. Woodruff, of Illinois.. The National Asyl um cared for or assisted 1,000 disabled vol unteer soldiers last year, and proposes to care for .or help at home twice that number next year. 334 of the on and of was and on for . Trouble in the Grand Army of the Republic. There is a report more than a report we cannot say) gaining currency thatJ financially everything' is not right in the Grand Army of the Republic. Doej the Grand-Commander know anything about it? the 331, Thb Democrats of Quincy, 111, on TuCE- '.tiay, were gloriously triumphant. - but cede Republic. The Ohio Legislature. TUESDAY, April 16, 1867. SENATE. EVENING SESSION. The President signed sundry bills. ;"iThPreidnt laid ' before th; Senate edramilaicAtion Irons th Governor, trans mitting a copy of the resolutions of board of managers f the National asylum for disabled sold irs. r - r- r-r::..- . .. mofcionpi lit JhiVVVYPp 8lcl T. kA T j T f I 1 1 . i nts pnubeuin ine appendix oi ine aenate. .Oo motion of,Mrf,?XILLIAMSON;h4 rkelby which ttfe.Siate indednitfbdstl noned n. B. 299, was reconsidered, and bill referred to the committee on Benevo lent Institutions. A&deas qiereittojibQfsentlto uusta awtinaJtorujeturft oi n ihh. urtner llou?e messages were read. 1 itsAmendmet of.IL.tt. 77. T nmonH 1 tion 21 of an act to regulate and govern Ohio penitentiary, passed April 1st. 1SG7 yeas 22, nays 7, as follows..: YA&--Mesftrsl- BtttemanV Berry; Brooks, Burt, Carlin, Cole. Coombs, Dowdney, God trey, Hall, Harris. Hay6er, Hollister, Jones. Linn, SaUer,Tibbals. Walker." Wall ing, West, Williamson and Wiltet-22. Nays Messrs ' Brown, Golden, Hurd Ju8ticfvKe!logg,-May Martin 7. v.Oh?mdtiO oi- Mr. KELLOGG, it was voted that during the balance of the pres-: ent session no member shall SDeak more than five minutes, or more than once on same subject. . : - ; .'.ic! i Mr. SADLER, from a committee of one, reported in .Jayor ,of the ihdelinite post ponement of ill B. 405, Supplementary the-j act- relating to juries; which was agreed to. Further House messages ware read. II. B. 546. For the prevention' of 'nuisan ces on buildings, fences; walls and trees. was read three times under a suspension the rules, amended by striking out the im prisonment part of the penalty, and passed yeas 21, nays 4. Punishes with a tine not less than ten nor more than fifty dol lars, for putting advertisements, labels, &C on buildings, fences, &c - ?;i7 -na The Senate concurred iu1 House amend ment to 'S.' Ji R.: 84,- Relative to the distri bution of Gholson & Okey's Digest. Mr.. MARTIN, from the commitee Benevolent Institutions, reported amend raent3 to H-B-299- ln to tbe State Charitable. Institutions. - ? The-amendment3 were agreed to. and the bill passed yeas 21, nays 7. Provides for the appointment, by the Governor of five commissioners, who, without . compensa tion," may look Into the-condition of the State Benevolent and Correctional Insti tutions. . - . On motion of Mr.- WALKER, H. B. 485, To, facilitate ,; settlement ; ot ? estates, was taken from the table. :i ' " J The bill was lost pnjhe question of pass ageyeas 9, nays"l6. Mr MAY, from a 'select committee, re ported in favor of the indefinite postpone ment of "S. BV162, To regulate the practice of dentistry in the State of Ohio; which was agretd to. " Mr BERRY, offered . for adoption the following .resolutions, which; were . agreed to without opposition : . . . Sesolved, That the thanks of the Senate of Ohio are hereby tendered to the Hon. A. G. McBurney, President of the Senate; and to the Hon; Hetiry S. Martin,' President pro tern-, tor the ability, dignity and impartial ity with which they have presided over its deliberations during the present' session, as well as for their gentlemanly and courteous bearing among the1' members ; that in their retirement they' bear with them our best wishes and earnest desire lor success in all laudable undertakings. .. - . .- - .- . Besolved, That the thanks of this Senate arc hereby tendered to E; T. Hall, Esq., our accomplished' Clerk, 'and his gentlemanly corps of. assistants. Messrs. Rose, Homan, Dynes and Seward, lor their urbanity and courtesy to members, and the-1 promptness and efficiency.. with .whjch they, have dis charged their'respective duties; also, the &ergeants-at-Arms, Messrs. btover, Carlin and Drlnkle, for a like efficiency and promptitude, in attention to their duties also to L. L. Kice, Esq the able and effi cient Reporter of the Senate, lor the faith ful and impartial manner in which he has performed his duty ; also, to Masters Free man, Kelsey and Cornell, for their kind and diligent attention: Mr. WEST offered the' following resolu tion, which agreed to : : " Iiesolved, That the thanks of the Senate are hereby tendered to the clergymen of Columbus who have officiated as Chaplains of this body during, the present session. Mr. BATE MAN, from the committee on Printing, reported on the communication of Grafton Pierce, alleging that the bind ing of the Agricultural Report of 1865 had bfen paid for at a price -much larger than the contract therefor justified, reported that, upon an. investigation of the subject, was proved that the price paid was cor rect according to contract; and that Mr. Pierce had been led into error in estimat ing the work by the contract price for half binding, instead of for binding in muslin, embossed, lettered, &c. . . - , v The teport was agreed to and ordered to published in the appendix of the Senate Journal. Further messages for read. The Senate refused to concur in the pass age of H.J. R. 15L, Relative to plan for.' a new. Lunatic Asylum yeas 1, nays 21. - On motion of Mr. BliO VVJS, a call of the Senate was ordered, and 27 Senators' an swered to their names, as follows : r : ' Messrs. Batemao,- Berry, Brooks, Brown, Burt,. Co'e, Coombs, Dowdney, Godfrey, Golden,-Hall, Harris, Hayden, Hollister, Jones, Justice, Kjellogg, Knowles, Linn, May, Martin. Sadler, Tibbals, Warner, We3t, Williamson, Willett 27, . : - Absent without, leave Messrs. Carlin, Doari, Hurd, Walker and Walling. Tbe Sergeant-at-Arms was dispatched for absentees. .. . . After a while, further proceedings under the call were dispensed with. Mr. HURD offered a resolution for allow ing each regular . assistant' clerk the per of five days, and each additional as sistant, clerk the per diem oi two days for extra services during the last week of the session, which was agreed 10. Mr. KELLOGG, offered a resolution, which was agreed to, that the clerk of the Senate be allowed the per diem of ninety (layR for recording so much ot the Senate journal as shall not be recorded at tbe close of the session. . Mr. BATEMAN offered for adoption the following joint resolution: O Be' it resolved by the General Assembly of State of Ohio, That the Governor be, and is hereby authorized to assign a suitable room or rooms to th$ Commissioner of Railroads, and to furnish the same, and de fray the expense of the same out of the Governor's contingent fund. The resolution was agreed to yeas 22, none. . House messages were read. On motion ot Mr. BATEMAN, the olerk was ordered to send a message to the House cajiij, with i g their attention to Joint Rule No. 6 reference to House action on S. B. No. To regulate Railroads. Mr. BATEMAN, from the committee on Judiciary, reported in favor of the passage H. B. No. 575 To amend an act to ena ble Justices of the Peace to discharge the duties of Police Judges in certain cases, passed Feb. 21, 1862. f The bill was read a third time and passed yeas 20, nays 4. Further House messages were read, and President signed sundry bill?, and Joint Resolution. The Senate acceded to the request of tlie House for the return of S. B. No. 253 To authorize persons charged with offences to testify. , The Senate acceded to the request of the House for another committee of conference S. B. No. 331 To regulate Railroads ; the Speaker appointed Messrp. Bate man, Williamson and Warner, on the part theT5ertate. Mr. MARTIN, (at 10 minutes past eleven o'clock), moved a call of the Senate, which ordered, Messrs. Bateman, Williamson Warner being allowed leave of absence the committee on conference. ; - Seventeen Senators answered to their names. Absent without leave, Messrs. Berry, Burt, Carlin, Doan, Dou dney, Golden, Hall, Hurd, Jones, Justice, Sadler, Willejt. Tbe Sergeant-at-Arms was dispatched absentees. After waiting awhile, and Mr. Doan ap pearing, further proceedings under the call were dispensed with. ' Mr. LINN made a report-from the com mittee on EnroUment. Messages from tlie House were read. The Senate agreed to House amendment S, B. 411. To amend certain seetions of act to provide ror the creation and reg lation of incorporated companies in the of Ohio veas 19, nays none. -Mr. BATEMAN, from the committee, of Conference on Mouse amenament to o. ii. To regulate railroads, reported, rec ommending that tbe Senate recede from all one of its amendments to House amend ments of the Diu; ana tnac me iiouse re- from! amendment No. 10 to section 8. 1 ii i i i "P III' I ! iip H u i m ii i i . - - rgClje Senate then took a recess tla 8 o'clac! morrow morning. The report wasriiaidtwr the table; Further messages for read. WEDNESDAY, April 17, 1867. 8 O'CLOCK A. M. a the . th( the the I the to of of f ; The Senate was caill: io order, by the Prfsidewt. The Journal of vesterday was read and approved. On motion of Mr. KELLOGG, it was or dered, that the poem read last nizbt bir Mr. -oyurojjHDHSiieil iiktn appenuixei in CI4U- L. i i i i i St-nattiJouA-nal rjiUlia ..V Messaesjtromhejce wie i. icbiuent signea a nunioer oi duis ... M r . S A DLKR, from t,Ue pp ui pi Uten cp o the juaiciary, reported. reoommcndinimlL'4tJ'f .rruiM.ppvpQHeuicnt'Q-tO:Xf!d?A uecian tory OTthe Uyf i relatipg t9; limitfttioni j 334 was1 taken from "the table . Mr. Ti A T !,f A V st.at fri thu ohnraotar- hue jjumijuiuist; proput-cu uy me uommibtee. . Messrs. HOLLISTER and .BROWN also spoke on tbe subject, deprecating the out side influences which have been used to de leat this bill. ,.. , Mr. BATE MAN spoke warmly of the means and influences which had been used, in the interests of railroads, to defeat the "., measure which the bill was designed to ac complish. Mr. Bateman stated that Sen ators had been importuned by. railroad of ficials to vote against the bill, and urged absent themselves, if ; they, could not vote ' against it. 1 . Mr. WALLING Who?, T,, ,;- Vr i Mr. BATEMAN I speak' advisedly when I make the declaration. ,. , Mr.1 WEST I, for. one, have been so ImJ portuhed. :,, ,(,-.,,;.,,,. Mr. BATE Xt AN proceeded with his tq- marks, concluding ,with the expression an opiniou that the; people, would, under stand the influences which had,. been iised to defeat this 'beneficent measure. and hold the individuals concerned. if not the inter-' - ests they represented, to account. '-- ; Mr. BROWN called upon Mr., West to expose those who had been guilty of trying to suborn him in the discharge of his duty. . Mr. WEST stated, in reply, that the .President ot the Central Ohio railroad had urged him to4absent himself, if he could not vote against the bill. ' "- i The question was then taken on agreeing to the .report -of the committee ot con ferenceMr'. Knowles, when his name. was called, on leave, stating his reasons for his vote.,.. v. . - v.-.- -. .- -'. '. ' The vote stood yeas 15, nays 8, as fol lows: .: .-. : x ea3 Messrs. Bateman, Brown, Burt. Carlin, Cole, Doan. HAH, Hayden, Hollister, Martin, Sadler, Tibbals, Warner, West and Williamson 15. ... Nays Messrs. Berry, 'Brooks, Godfrey, Kellogg, Knowles, Linn, May and Walker 8.- - ' So the Senate disasrreed ti the reDort of the comnaittee of conference a constltu- tional majority not voting for it. Mr. JUSTICE asked and obtained leave to record bis. vote on the passage of S. B. 334, To regulate railroads, and voted No. Un motion of Mr. MARTIN, a committee of two Mesirs. Martin and Brooks was appointed to wait on the Governor,' aud inquire if he had any further communica tion to make to the Senate. A message was also sent to the House, informing that body that the Senate 13 now ready to adjourn. , The President of the Senate, Hon. J..G. McBurney, addressed the Senate as follows : Senators The time has arrived when we are about to separate, and forever dissolve : that interesting relation which has hereto fore so long existed between us. ' . " In separating, permit me to express my gratitude to you as a body, and individual ly, for the continued good feeling and for bearance you have ever manifested toward me. ...... You now return to your homes and your ! constituents, 'with the undoubted right to ! expect that your official action here has : been fully approved by them; and relying as x ao upon cne correctness ot tne judg ement of the people, as to the manner in ! which their public servants discharge their duty, I am not saying too much in predict ing the return to this hall of all of you who will consent to such return. ' . ; i 1 By your kindness and courtesy, you each command my . respect, and take with you my earnest wishes for your future pros perity and success; and that long and use ful lives may be your future. . And may the Great Father of us all so direct you, that in the end we may all meet in His Court, from whence there will be no adjournment. Mr. MARTIN, President pro tern, address ed the Senate as follows : . . Before parting with my associates on this floor, permit me to return to each of them my thanks for the many evidences of friendly regard of which I have been the recipient. Tlie position of President pro tern is peculiar, and often embarrassing to one engaged in active legislation.1 If, as a member, or temporarily as presiding officer, it has been my misfortune to have done any one injustice, none can" regret it more than I do. With best feelings of personal regard for each of my associates, I shall return to private life with the consolation of having endeavored to do my whole duty. Again I thank you for the compliment of the res olution. . " On motion of Mr. WEST, it was orlered that the addresses of the President and President pro tern, be spread upon the Jour nal. 1 Mr. MARTIN moved that the Senate ad journ, which was agreed to; Whereupon the PKESlDENT pronounc ed the Senate adjourned sine die. 1 y ;; OA.toopn oiiTrBxVTM, the oi tne. committee. .O .contereqa, pn- b. B. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. TUESDAY, April 16, 1867. EVENING SESSION. The question being on adopting the re port of the committee on the Railroad bill, Mr. GLOVER moved that the House . agree to the Senate amendments to House : amendments Nos. 2 and 9. . . A call of the House was ordered, when 65 members answered to theii names. - The Sergeant-at-Arms wa3 dispatched for absentees. - Mr. ALEXANDER made a report from the select committee of three, to whom was referred the resolution in reference to re lieving the Sergeant-at-Arms from respon sibility on account of loss of statutes, re commending that the resolution be amend ed by .adding that the Sergeant-at-Arms is directed to deposit with tne Secretary of State any receipts he may have lor such statutes; aud with this amendment the committee recommennded the adoption of the resolution. Agreed to. ' S. J. R. N6. 84, Relative to the distribu tion of Gholson. & Okey's Digest, was amended and adopted yeas 63, nays none. Mr. HITCHCOCK offered for adoption the following House Joint Resolution No. 151: .. . Whereas, The General Assemby, by en actment of law at the present session, has determined on the erection of a new luna tic asylum, aud appropriated funds to pro ceed with the building of the same, and in pursuance of such enactment, trustees have been appointed to locate and erect such asylum buildings; therefore, Besolved, by the General - Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the trustees of the new lunatic asykim be instructed, in selecting a plan for such asylum buildings, to consider the propriety of constructing the same 'upon what is known as ttie ''Pavilion" or ' General Hospital " plan. THANKS TO THE SERGEANTSAT-ARMS. On motion of Mr. CLARKE, of Guern sey, it was Besolved, That the thanks of this House are due to Sergeant-at-Arms Walter W. Barnett and his assistants Alexander Mc Coy, William L. Phillips Frederick B!euk ner and O. D. Smith, lor the very efficient and accommodating manner in which they have discharged their duty. On motion of Mrt ESTILL, it was ; Besolved, That the Clerk. of the House be allowed the per diem of one hundred and . twenty days for recording so much of the House Journal as yet remains to be recorded said allowance to be audited upon the certificate of the Speaker of the House. Senate substitute for H. B. No. 403, Sup plementary to the acts defining the duties of county commissioners and county re corders, and providing for an abstract title record of real estate, was agreed to yeas 55, nays 6. ' " Several members having appeared with in the bar of the Iiouse, i On motion, proceedings under the call were dispensed with. Senate amendments to House amend ments Nos, 3 and 9 to the Railroad bill were disagreed to yeas 48, nays 27. Mr. HILL moved to lay the bill and pend- ing amendments upon the table, which was disagreed to yeas 34, nays 43. - The bill and pending amendments were discussed at length, aqd then Mr. STANTON demanded the previous question, wnicn was sustained yeas do, nays 31. ...The motion to recede from-the House amendments to the bill was disagreed to yea3 38, nays 42. The question being on agreeing to the remainder of the report of the committee, it was decided in the negative yeas 33, nays 36. . , . y t( . - the ..V the i JJ3WiW.mi::i:u:fsi ;i;j: j.inj-ifo- 334 nf to 1 i , of ; J to '. : , : rMr. IMTCIKJOrK- adhere to its amendments, whichVas ehtten36ndments to H.TJp. 5iG,tFoi tfio prtivcjmw ut iJiiisiiiKiBS; OH) DuilailigS, '" cis " ,.fuu were eoncurreu in -toai ;63L: liavs 1Z. e 3 -i Seiiito atnen-lments to niiB'f.9,;n eiai innxu otate vuariiaoie Mucotree cional iiietituiions, were concnrrcd-;"--iii-yea3 58, -xMr. BO YXTON' called up the speclal or' der, Ji:;! BTAii7S rrxv- Mr. TIBliALS. l'u'aiiXibMiiili-4oWitio tlie third sub- t f A. . I . . . . . no, anu ro proviae ror tlie ele uou iof i WJSW!1 tft ru'tlis utli vsin eiJ t h eUb urth! o.Mv,iAuUittringtbe Goverhor tur.tiViU:iWon for the CommUsioner of rephreljtttti'rpadt' was ayreed to yeas 85, hiavs 31. Mr. HOWARD made a ri'Dort fr.'mithe tiuujotary roiniutttee on S: B; No. 401, lie commending its passace.- Tabled, ii"---. Mr, COCHli.kN madeia report from the ipiui couiiintt-H on JLjUf oilmen t, and: l :The SPEAKER then signed the fifteen bills fco enrolled. . ' !) -i Mr. iOUKU.3 riled up S. B. No. 411, by Mr. Hayden, lo amend certuiii sections pf tbe act ta aiide lor the crbaiion and reg ulaiion otojnuJrp crated companies ia the btate.Qf Ohio, passed, May l'lSo.4 i: 1 '' , Mr. GLOVE It offered an amendment, which was agreed co, and the bill was then passed' yeas 5J..nays S. ,; ; i., . ...' i . Mr. BKUFF moved to ask a committee ol conference on thti Kaiirdad bill,- which was agreed to-yas 35,.naVB 26." .". '! j . The SPEA ICE U apuoiuted Messrs.North way, Wyles and Boynton the committee oh the part tlie House! !;: .;; '! .0-'t i Mr. PENNISTEN made a report from a select com umtee oai , Lt. J5. 2i Oi 503, Pro vid ing for the relief of the destitute of the Souv 'recommending u : amendment as section. 2 !' Thai the Governora of Said States are, hereby. appointed commissioners for iheir respective titates, whose -duty it snau, ik. xo uistriDuce eaia muds in feach manner as will relieve the greatest amount of muttering amongst the white people of saia otates;.ana it is nereDy made the duty yj i uuf uui.ui buu icjluii ui vs Liuj ij in quire of said commissioners such bond as in his opinion will secure a fair and equita ble distribution of said funds. ' - Tlie amendment was agreed to, and the bill ordered to a third reading :to-morrow. . , Mr. BEER o ffered io r .adoption the lol lowing .resolution : I ,! j vj.:-- Besolved, That the Speaker of the House beauttwrized to certify five days' per diem iii favor of the Sergeaut-at-Arms, and also in favor ot one of his assistants; as he may designate, as compensation in cleaning up the "al1 after adjournment. Agreed to. On motionof Alr. BEElt. it was : Jiesolved. That;S. C. Brown, LI Curtis, an I S. D.;C'chrau, assistant clerks or the House, . be allowed twenty-live davs' Der diem eao for uight services,- for brinerinsr up the bills aiiti resolutions delayed bv pressof business during the preseat week. and for extra services rendered during the session. .-. .; v.- t. k; Mr. HOWARD made a report from a 'se lect comin.tteo on n. u. jno 333, recom mending its indefinite postponement. Agreed to. Mr. ALEXANDER moved to take from the table H. B. No. 58, wuich was disagreed to yeas Z4. nays zi. ; t : Mr. COvIIRAN mad j a report from the joint coimuittee on Enrollment, aud ; The SPEAKER the-u signed the five Mils so enrolled, r . On nl ition of Mr. ESTILL, it was - Besolved. That W. II. Lithrop and O. B. Seuter, asi-tmt clerks, ba allowed the per mem of t un days each lor extra work per formed at the close of the session, said al lowuuce to ba audited oo- the certificate of tbe Speaker of the House. -Ou motion of Mr. GREENE, it was i Besolved, Timi the thanks: of this' House are hereby tendered to the messenger boys iur tuu kiiju aim cuicieuu uiauuuf'm wuicn they have performed their duties during this session. Additional messages from the- Senate were received and read. -. On motion, a call of the House was order ed, when G7 members answered to their names..' ',. -i . " - . . The -Sergeant-at-Arms was dispatched after the absentees. . On motion of Mr. GREENE, it was ' Besotted, That the thanks of this House are due, aud are hereby tendered, to H. Gi Otis, official reporter, lor the able and efii cient manner in which he has discharged the duties ot his oince. On motion of Mr. OREN, it was Besolved, That the special thanks ot this House are due, and the same are hereby tenuerea, to w. xj. rnmips, aecona .assist ant Sergeant-at-Arms, for thelaithful and efficient manner in which he has discharged the duties assigned bim. - On motion ot Mr.KlBBEE, it was Besolved, That the thanks of this House are hereby tendered to the ministers of the Gospel of this city tor their kindness in of fering prayer eacn morning during the ses sion.- 1 "?:: ' .!".' i .. ; Proceedings under the. call .werej on mo tion, dispensed with. ' - .The question recurred on- the passage of o. B. No. 2o3, and it was passed yeas 59, nays 11. : . On motion, the House then, at 12 o'clock. midnight, took a recess until 8 o'clock A; M., April 17. ; i t v . v . ; Wednesday, April 17, 8 o'clock AH M. ; Prayer by Rev.1 Mr. Coulter.' "'. ' ! '. The Journal was read and approved.'- Mr. COCHRAN made a report from the joint committee on Enrollment, and The SPEAKER then signed the five bills and one ioint resolution so enrolled. Mr. , N ORTH W A Y made . a report from the committee of Conference upon House ameudments to S..B. N' 331, To regulate railroads, recommending that .the , Mouse recede from, its amendment no. 10 to sec tion 8, and that the Senate recede from all its amendments to House amendments, and agree to all of said House amendments ex cept amendment No. 10 to section 8.' The report was agreed tt) yeas 35, nays 22. .. Mir. BRUFF made a report from the joint committee on Enrollment, and The SPEAKER then signed the four bills so enrolled. . Mr. COCHRAN made a report from the joint Committee on Enrollment, and . The SPEAKER then sigued the two bills so enrolled. ' ' ' ' ' ' On motion of Mr. GREECE, it was Besolved, That the Speaker is hereby in structed to draw his order for three days extra pay for each of the messenger boys of the House. The following bill was introduced and read the hrst t ame : II. B. No. 579, To repeal the act entitled an act for the appointment of a commis sioner of railroads aud telegraphs, and to Drescribe his duties. Mr, FITC 11 made a report from the joint committee on Enrollment, and The SPEAKER then signed the two joint resolutions so enrolled. ... Ou motion of Mr. BRUFF, a message was sent to the Senate announcing that, the House having completed the business be fore it. is how readv to adiouru sine die, A message wa3 received from the Senate, announcing the readiness of that body to adjourn sine die, and then, at 9 o'clock A.M., The s PEAK Kit ot the House, in pursu anceof Senate joint resolution No. 72, de clared the House adjourned sine die. j EMiew Advertisements 1 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. PARSONS' BLOCK, COB. HIGH ft TOWN STS- J if' COLUMBUS, O. apll8-lm Sheriff 's Sale. tir w-i ym. rassetl, 1 nnrt nf Hommnn Plo. vs. George Hessenauer. r J of r ranklin county. T VIHTfTE OF AT EXECDTIOJf fN JL my hands in the above stated case, 1 will offer I tor sale at Public Auction, at liessenaure s tiftraen, on soutn iiign street, on Saturday, the 27th day of April, A.D. 1867, at 2 o'clock P. Al.. one five octave Melodeoni from the manufactory of Kinnard. Dreher A Co.. Cleve land, Ohio, taken as the property of George Hees-I enauer, to satisfy s tid execution. WA1. DOSIIGAN, Sheriff. Printers fees $10 50. April 17. Ie67. ' aprl 17-dtd Paving Ordinance. An ordinance to make an extension of the Peter's Run sower (lately let to Staib and Company) from Center alley to N ew street, there to connect with the Fourth street sewer. ' Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of Columbus (two-thirds of all the members concurring). That the Peter's Run sewer, lately let to C. Staib A Co.. be extended from Center alley to New street, and there to connect with the Fourth street sewer. Said extension to be of the same size and laid in the same mannerjta tbat let to said Staib A Co., to-wit: five feet diameter in the clear, in accordance wun me piatwereoi on rue in the offioe of the City Clerk. Sec. 2. That all damages, costs and expenses arising from the foregoing improvement, shall be paid out of the sewerage fund, raised by special tax A.'D. 18C6, in the same manner as said C. Staib A JACOB REINHARD, President of the A. D. 1867. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY lOlfc SANDIIIIRV. TOLRlMl. uira ' and SoutW - T ' r" Ao eb&ugoof cars between Col ambus and Indi- FO UK TRA.INS leave CUumbus, dail.asfoh o'wn Arrives at urt WAIli-Arrives at Urbana. 7;12 Aa. ri.; uenetontainelifc5q.A. Jl.; rfanduak ikuaF. Mc 0 Al.: uetroit io:o r. m.: Kichmona 10-5u A. M I'.hi. K'Sttfft W.bfr J.-TttfnaiajapoIi3 2;15 " V.Tl.: Lbuis- viile 11 10 Y. M.: Latayette.11.10 r. M.; Springfleld. HJkj7jl5iA.ii:9Qiijoy WOP. M. Ihe JniTroute it bj wtoipb-paisemjers leaving Cot ambus ia the morn , lot caa recJi Chicago Aha same eveniLtr. - , 1 I Haa A; 1AK UXfltEM-Arrives at Piqua 3:12 P. M.: Lima 9:15 P. M.; Kiohmond 5.-0S t ;ll.iChicago8:5eAM:;lndianapoli8.-ooP.Al.; La ar , ette 3U0 A. M-i iHjuuvilie 4w A, AL.; Torre Haute '13.-uOA. il.: Mittoori 2:40 A. hi,; Caircfi.-W P M.: Pa (j a 4:10 A. Al : tit. Louis 820 A., At.. Ihia train t arrivealn tit, Louis 3J hours ia aJvance of any other route. . i-i - t.-u , 6fOO. i. TOLKDO EX PHESS-Arrives at UibanaiTr. M ; Uellefontaine 9j00 P. San dusky ;20 A. At.; Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Lima 3:00 A. AU Chicago Lima) P.M Toled j65 A: AL; De troit 10.-00 A. Al. Passengers takinr tni reui ar : rxya at Chipsgo at noou the foLewiscday, 8 i hours "in advance ot any other route. - ( "r: ll: 'liif.i niWHV EXPRESS Arrives at Richmond 6 o a. Al.; Chicago I0d5 p. Al.i lndiaaaD- .. olia:00 A.' M.; Lafayette XiMf. Al.) Springfield. 835 r. m.; yuincy 3:00 A. Al.; L,ouisvme 4:30 P,,M.; . Tece Haute 12:10 P. Al.; hlvansville firtK) P.- M ' Atattoon 3:15 P.' M.: Cairo 60 A Al.: Pans 6:10 P. M.; 8t. Louis 10.-OOP. AL - This train amvea at St. . Louis 3 hours in advance of aoy ther route.- 1 Wew State Room Sleeping Cars run. with, night trains. . , . . . ' ',. ' ,- All' cbangsi' made1 ia Union Depots; Bagg.ag Checked throu eh to all principal pointe.- )- 1 Sfc Ask fo? Tickets via Richmond anc Indianapr ' oli8. For through Tickets or an v information. d ' ply at the Ticket Offices ia the Union and Piqoa OiJ pots, joiumDus. f-i ask lor ,APOLI. Askfor Tickets Via KlCHAIUJNUANlXltfJMAN u:ri u:!f mch28 u..;u: StE N. i 'j Tiok Agents. Columbus. F. Chandler, Oenj 'ticket Agt.,l rf.'iiUi. t , t J. M. .Lct. Superintendent 'J InfMMolifci ; h ' . ii 1 . i 'i .if is, 11 ..- . . 1 Paving Notice. - - . . . 1 T 'CITY1 CLERK'S OFFICKJ jerk's omcisf ' Columbus, O., April i K6J;I ' - ' Notice is hereby given, that proceedings hsvW been Instituted in the Citv Council of Columbus, ior making tbe following improvements. to wit: -j 1 t or urading and graveling the roadway of North 'High street from Russell street north to the corpora tion line. '' " i : ' ' i ----.)'.. The same to be done in accordance with ' the p'ats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil .En gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All person claiming damages on 'account 'of said proposed improvements, are required -to 'file their claims in the offioe of the Clerk.: in writing;, on or before the Thirty-first day pf Ala, A. D. Ie67. . , L. if. WILSON7: : apriI18-ltaw4ir ; ' ' ' :f -. City Clerkl 1 Paving Notice. ,20 auviAomit may concern: i,',-.,'V f : .... . .. .. , . . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, J '"' ' ' ' Columbus. ,0., April 181807.1 Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of' Columbus', for - making the following improvements, to wit : l ; ' ' i For grading Lew alley rein Spring street to. Elm alley. . . -..-..,..(. Also.' for grading the roadway of Spring street from h ront street to Water street. 1 ' ;J Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved side . walks, gutters and crossings on New ; street from South Publio lane to Kossuth street. , ' The same to be done in accordance with plats and - estimates to be prepared by the City Civil .Engineer, and filed in thn office of the City Clerk.: . s All persons claiming - damages on .- account of said 'proposed improvements,,. are .required to. file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or - before the Thirty-first day of Alar, Ai 1). -IE67. - .-.. i :, .... -.!... L. j .WILSON. : : . ' aprll8-dltaw4w( , . . City Clerk. Paving Notice. .To all vKom it may concern ; t - -t: ::, ,;- ClTT CLSBK'8 OfFICK.) , , Columbus, O. April 16, 1867.; Notice is herebveiven. that proceedinss hava been instituted in toeuity uouncii ot Uoiumbus.ror mak ins: the following improvements, to-wit For grading and graveling the roadway of East PUQlio laje from friend street to. South Publio lane, in the city of Columbus.- : . Also for grading Elm alley from Water street to State avenue. Also for grading Bank alley from Spring street to .juuinerry alley. ,. -j,. - -, . .. Also for grading Mulberry alley from Bank alley to Lew alley. ... . : The game to be done In accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin eer, and bled in the oth.ee ot tne Uity Ulerk. , ' All persons claiming damages on acoount of said proposed improvements, are iequired to file their claims in the office of the- Clerk, in writing, on or betore the Thirty-first day oi Alay. A. if. tm . JU. Ji. WILSON. ,, , City Clerk. Caprll8-dtlaw4w Paving Notice. To all tchom it may Concern : .'.' . ; ' i v -:CITY CLESK'S OFFICE. 1 Columbus, O.. April lft, 18CT. $ . Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Ooiuinbus. for making the following improvements, to-wit : -For grading and graveling tbe unpaved sidewa'lrs aua gutters, ana graainRaua graveling lDe roaaway tf Washington avenue from Town street to Alound street, in tbe city of Columbus. Also for grading and graveling the nnpaved side walks and gutters, and grading an I graveling tbe roadway on East Publio .lane 1 rum Broad street to Friend street, in the city of Columbus. " Tbe same to be done in accordance with plat and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk., - All persons claiming damages on account of raid proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of ti-e Clerk, in' writing, on or before the Thirty-first day of Alay. A. I). 18(57. - ' L. E. WILSON, ; apr!13-dltaw4w . . . . City Clerk. Paving Notice. To aU whom it may concern: , ''. 1 ' ' ' ! CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. -, .. , i .. Columbus, O., April 16,1867. Notice to hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for makin tno following improvements, to wit : - . . , For grading and paving the sidewalks a d gutters jfrom State street to Chapel alley, on e-t side of Also for grading and paving the ridewalks an gutters from Fair alley to Front street, on south s.de of State street. Also for gracing and graveling the roadway '6f Wasbirgton avenue from Alound street to buuth Publio lane, in the city ot Columbus., .. ..' The s ame to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by tne Uity Civil Lngineer, and filed in tbe office of the City Clerk. - All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file' their claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing.' on or betore the Thirty-first day of Alay. A. U. 1867: . . jL. JS. WILSON. . aprll8-dltaw4w . .,, .. City Clerk. - to in In An ordinanae To assess a snecial tax upon the real estato bound ing cn Broad street, from High street to the west Hna of the Lunatic Asylum ground, excepting that i part on tho south side of said street abutting Cap lboi pquaro. . . ; , , , ; ' Section 1 Beit ordained by the City Council of the city of Columbus, That the sum of fifty-six cents and six and six-tenths mills, be and the same is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot front of the sev era! lots ot land bounding or abutting upon Broad street from High street to the west line of the Lun atic Asylum ground, excepting tnat part of said street abutted by Capitol square, as the same are designated upon the plat of tbe Civil Engineer, on file in the office of the City Clerk, for the cost. and exnenseof grading and paving the sidewalks, gut ters and crossings alona the same: according to the estimate of the City Civil Engineer. Sej. 2. That tho owners ot the several lots of land unon whieh toe foregoing assessment is made, shall pav the amounts Of money by them severally due in that behalf, to v . u. .Brown & vo., witnio twenty davs from the date of this ordinance, or re subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon the a Ci JACOB REINHAND, President of the City Council. Passed April 15, A. D. 1867. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. aprll8 - . ., . ,i A Bui ;' ;.' To amend an ordinance entitled "An ordinance de fining the powers and duties of tne Mayor, "passed September 7th, 1S57. Section 1. Be H ordained by tho City CouncM of thecity of Columbus, 1 hat section five of tne or dinance hereby amended be amended so as to xoad as follows: . Sec. 5. The annual compensation or tbe Ala' or shall be eight hundred dollars, payable arorterlv from the city treasury, exclusive of such fees as may be allowed by i-iw. Section 2. Original r ection five of the ordinance hereby amended be and is hereby repealed. Presidont City Council. Passed April 15, 1867. Attest: L. E. Wilson. City Clerk. aprillt-lt GREAT SALE OF fUENITUEB! rrMIF FtJRNTTORE OF THB AIWRRI 1 CAN HOTEL will be offered at Auction or Private Sale, commencing .. .Monday, April 1 ' At 10 A: M.- During the sale an IMPORTED PI A9iOw.ll besold. Also. Baggage left as security for bills, consisting of 1 ranks. Valises. umtbingeto E. R. VAN GLAZIER. - aprl7-dlw4wlt Auctioneer. Columbus Gas Light & Coke Co. rrn-R A nf lVTT A IT. fflEETinG UF ' J1E 1 Stockholders of this Compa y will be held at their office on ' j " ; . . - ITIondar 22d daf ef April, Inst., - for he election of a Board of Directors, and such other bnsinMs may proper! come before the maaskfincr . . - ROBINSON. . Secretary. Colu-obu U., April ix, aprl2-dl0ts, ,. BOARDING B Y THE DAT OK WEERfAi nus. SO and 32 cast JNOrth street. ' A tew gentle men can oe aecommoaatea wun moe pieasani rooms and board. 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Explicit directions stating when they may be used and ex 'laining' when ' and why they should not,' nor could not be used without producing effects contra ry to nature's chosen 'laws, wlU be found carefulLy folded arenud each bottle, "wilh. tbe written signal ture of John L..Lton without which none are gen nine. ',' ' . Prepared W Dr JOHN L. LYON. 196 Chape street, Xicw Haven, Conn., who can be consulted either personally or by msil (inolosing stamp), eoff eerning all private diseases and female weaknesses. Sold by JDrufegists everywhere. -;.-r "; ' ' C. G. CLARK 4 CO..: General Agents for U. S. and Canadas. '' . epSB-dAwljr : . -it ; m, ,-. : ., . - .. , : .. t ' . 1 i i i HELMBOLDC FLUl Is a certain cure for diseases of the BLADDER. ' KIDNEYS; GRAVEL. DROPSY, PLAINTS, GENERAL DELS LILY' A .11 'AU..4.. i. vi "ill I; v. .!-.. iuu ait uioDftooo vi iuy - r. ;.' r- JURlNAUY ORGANS . It i I 1 whether existing in - . ii...:u;,: V .-' .! MALE ORiFE'llALE.' ; i y from whatever cause originating and no matter of , .; -: :.. HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these organs require the use cf diuretiOb;-. . ... mi- .! .' ; . . . If nrt trM.t!miifc In anKm?ttjt PAinnmnfin.. ot Insanity Hay ensue. Our Flesh and Blood ara nEALTfJ AND HAPPINESS.; that of Posterity.'depends upon prompt; nse o reliable remedy. - - HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT, BDCHU, Established upwards of lay cars, prepared bj '. I ii. t. i ir:iiioiJ.T, . . . DRUGGIST. I II f 1 " " vi, im nj, nvn i via. .uu . . t 104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia.' Pa. 14 i;' ST A YOUOitXDY returning ; her country home, after a sojourn of a few months the City, was hardly recognised by her friends.'' place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she .had m soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness, instead of twenty-three she really appeared but .' eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great ' change, she plainly told them that she used the rcaasi an Balm, and considered it an invaln-' ' able acquisition 'to 'any Lady Vtoilet.'. By, its use .' any Lady or Gentleman cani 'improve their . personal " ' appearance an ' hundred' foldl It is simple in its combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsur-. passsdinits efficacy an, drawing 'impurities from, also healing, cleansing and,beautifying the skin and , complexion! By its direct action on the cuticle it ( draws from it, all .its impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended it : should beol ear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price 4 l. sept by Alail or Express, on receipt of an order by - W. L. CLARK, A CO., Chemists, ; : : j No. 3 West Fayette St., Syracuse. N. Y. Tbe only American Agents for the sale of the same. ; iuar25-dawly ' - ' '' '' UANKIAGHOCSEOF jay GopKii & co.;: Corner. Wall dc Nassau $ts. New York; In connection with our houses in Philadelphia and Washington, we have-; opened -a NEW 'YORK ' SOUSE at above location' and offer our services to ' Banks; Bankers, and Investors for the transaction of heir business in tbis city, including purchases and -sales of Government Skcukitieb, Stocks. Bonds - s ind Gold. We are constantly represented at the ' 3toek Exchange and Gold Board, where orders sent are promptly filled.'' We keep on hand a full supply ' '' GOVERN MENT SECURiiif B OF ALL ISSUES,"! uving and selling at current prices, and allowing orrespondents the most liberal rates the market floids , JAY COOKE Ac CO. ma s-ly w v 1 . 1 Ilousebold Necessity Exists for .. ? v I'se Of ;i . i ; ! I . .I-.--. tne DURHOS CATARRn niFP, Which, in the first stages of a eold. acts like magia Headache, Hoarseness, Diptheria, and Bronchitis . ' Sore Eyes, Dcafnes Bad Taste and Smell, being" result of Catart.1 JThis'Snnff removes and pre vents all these and insures a healthy' Head. Its effects are pleasant and safe, even for infants who tafter from Snaffles.' " ' " " v . It has the highest professional testimonials.' ' Sol - all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts of U. H. . 30 cents for One Box; or tl for Four Boxes. Address- - JAS. DURNO, P.O.Box 1235. ; ." iNew ork City. At WhoTesala. ItvDICMAR KIRNITH jfc f 'O. f . Park Row, New York.- 1 , junea-lydAw. FOR! 43-s5l21 xvo stohi iiousn7vr i i Kn Rooms. No. 159 East State streets, Wood and House, shrubbery. Gas, Ac. A very desirable location. Terms easy. Inquire on premises of ' . .. wutifl WifJUilEBTr. Or E. A. Fitch. 8T Wast Broad street, , ; mohl9-d3w , .... : - ' '.Ji.J'.-l 1. The NationalL.i Bote! .Property I noRNKK' op Tiir.ir stbept iwn North. PnltHA ls.na J ootiosite Union Dirvnt property, the meat eligible in Columbus for " ' Aval A ttKai kniiaa a Jl TrnrTWaslMi. BBi1 1 . A . terms wcrtny ino aivcauua vi cvpiianpui.