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P" .L. -- .. . .......... ... fiid-iSSfi 1 Al l - .; ' - ..... . . !.: . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT'""'n line Ohio StatesmariiComfiany. ( DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ALLEN G. . TIirrillrtAty af Frank' in. .a AATIUIIj Ji17ItLr of BoHnel TKXiBtntn or tat," c. ririyrp.orvf(r(L .. ..ATTORSKT GENES!,, . . ,U . I FRAN K H . 11 U K D, of Knox.4 TOO taV KKVor &ftlon. i .( ronrmoiLna of TEt jT sntT, -r v J " WlLLlAin SHERIDAN, Jr., of- Williams. .MBKBS BOABDJKrBI.10 W1XJ-.JAHXUtllt-llCaUfcS, of XavaJwiie. 1 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. News of the Day. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. nng, ar 137. ; 9lM.H u .o Is Belgium, where-the - telegraph -lines areunder the wmtrolfthe. gperqment, a message 'pf twenty wo4 cpplfealf 4tanc. Tax Baden Government has borrowed six thousand peedle'guns troiBv Prussia no exercise1 their soldiers with until thoseor- c oTh Troy Reporter of Doniphan county, f Kansas; lias become the "Wathena Reporter, byvrejnoTal tcrthe. latteras the more llour lsfilng: town. " " " .jT ". 7 . . x icA sett riding vehicle In Paris Is mounted on( yery large rwheelsi with: the horse be tween them, the driver's seat over the cep- ter of th e horse, and the latter Jairly under kes bttkeias church forcolored peo ple is aboutr being built Tn Charleston. It U of size to accommodate 1500 people. The tQ mber of comm uriicants in , the! church at present is 350. LA .- -j 2-FppsTEK!i young men graduated at 'the jJorth iwestern Theological Scnimary, " In Chicago! on Tuesday ; evening. ' Nine of them'have ea, already; engaged in various cchnrches in the West. r:i .' -eA uaubs i AKiuH wm coucnouce a nutory -of the-Sewinjr Machine to the next num berrofthe LtlanUc Itiisfundersfodd to describe the early history "of the "machine and the Jhartf struggles of the Inventors. 3 . Fancy and fashionable breeds Qt poultry re understood to love more to lay than to take care of a family and to manufacture a basket lull pt eggs from; halt a bushel uj 1 ' ot corn. . .j Thk Home Journal says white muslin era vats," oil ladies, j are, coming-in iashion again, and "are wbrninheinpjjj.iogi.iu place of-cbUarspbeing 'embroideredT and trimmed with lace.- 1 y 'fA, 8TRaykd contraband irom downrSouth waslately inspecting a horse pOWefhV erationVwhenhe broke'outthii3?;iklister, I have 8eenrheap3T61Tthrngs.il my life, bat I never saw anything whar a horse could do his "Wtf6rki and Tide himsefftoo." , ,"?L3vitCK his bii.'manu faciured ?i'n Wr is whichs woundup, by pimply opening the case to note the time.' It only requires j5bejopene)d;once a mpn th :to , keep. ifAl ways going, ana ltl8jperha"pathe nearest. myyivaxiu. tu perpetual motion yet invented. .MTpf ,T "I " ,f' u;'?; r i Za ItM aio that the editors of French pro vincial' papers , are ' abpul:; to ' establish': at "Paris a. newspaper ifor . which they will all wjfitel.PThe ateotype 'piaW of. it" will be distributed to All of, them, and be publish ed as their local pa'perl" 1 -- THErDavis county "(Kan sas Immigration j3ociety :waa organized at Junction ' City oh thejlOthtWith S Strifekler, IFresldent. piata'vbd county11 immigrationo'cieties hav becomth? jrageoeinee. Missouri led the way in the matter about two years IprjT.WHrrNBY,' California, 15,000 ifeet high, was regarded as the highest mountain in heJnitedtates, till Professor Wood, last August, calcgltejj the hight M Mount Bootf, -inSOregonf and reported it' 17,000 feet. But acientiiic men doubt his accu-racy.-' ' f " F ThB; EUXmdn; Courier Estates! that .Silver has been dUscqyered . in, paying quantities on the Cumberland riveri-iour miles-above gmithland.-A gentleman "from: Louisville is now working the mine, and ays he con siders' nimself amillionairet from - present indications. Rich-specimens have been ahown in Cairo.4- " " - - STATE NEWS. The Highland News is to be' enlarged on thtflst of Mayif v.i.rj- -Simojt Snider, of Reading, Perry couns ty, Ohio,.ln affluant"bircum6tances! suffer ingwfth 'spinal dlsease.Jmagining, himself burden to his familyupon'Tuesdayflast ended Jila .Existence by -hanging himself. His family had.no, Intimation of his Inten tions, except he had often asked his wife if he cpdldimahagalih children arid get alprjg,without4iim. ,Mr,. Snider, had been inarried but 6nce and," was the father of eventen3childfenV the youngest" being about' seven -months old. Mr. Snider is. a womau yet'ln the prime of life. , - z ""Ousfiih.iiealers.says tbe Sandusky Jteg foter, have now commenced' operatidns in earnest The?pxunds Areal down, boats going outahoLieturning 'regularly. It is estimated that from eighteen to twenty tons are coming-in. daily andTT large! quantities are being continually shipped to different fections"ore7counfyv ThecboerroT the cit are actively engaged in manufac-turinjg-barrebr and -kegs, j and everything pertaining toa the fishing business Is pro ceedihnjicjaone filghly encouraging to '!4lP?itIeintere3tedv, (,r .x ,4 iU 9 Tbb C6shocton,i5Vopl .Growers! Associa tJoii have their annual sheep' shearing at th&r Fair Grqundi -Jn , Coshocton, pn Wednesday; 4 ther' 8th dayof-M 81867. wpol Growers of other. cofinles and States are'luvitea to bring" in their best 'sheep and beat.CoshoctoInrif4hf y.ean ;t, yVMASCHOLY jnfldat opcorred;attth$ Canton TsaVt county Lifirmary last week, which terminated fatally. rrA- girl named Moonshower, an inmate of the place, deaf, damb(ajQ4ltiel'vltKas usually confined in acell, beirjjg tor pa poses; of re CrealioO. alio wed range in the hail, was ofr -Vednesday, of; last rweeks; burned: Xo death.' The; matroa :who was. inr.tbe5,habit qt .keeping the . girl under .her' eye, being , called away, directed a man named Mack to take temporary charge of her. Present ly Mack was Unexpectedly called vaway andaTfe w- mocpents: gftgr fce.leftreamk were heard, and a coupie oi assistants rusn ed o the fin,o 'find the gfrl's clothes on flretHe "flames ascending' above her head Wifhaclmirable presence oi mind one of the latter instantly- gathered up some earpet ing 1lnperrrad to the.buSrninglrt and enveloped'her jc5ompietely. jthat thejfire ijIrgteiyllexllngu jfirldied the fpllowlngnight. Dr. Estep, who was called In sloon &s possible, states, thaf she siiilered'.Utie J5r iio "pain after the extiuguisluacnt of the fife. to a-Very an tp len of on An Explanation! The Hiqhland News (Republican) ven tures an explanation, asto its position on the Negro Suffrage1-question. And such an explanation I The editor thereof is pot opposed to the" proposed. Constitutional AmendTnent that seeks to hand over to the Negro the privilege of voting and to dis franchise certain Whites. Not he "On the.qqntrary,'J "some weeks before the Saffrage Amendment passed the Senate," heldmakaaecarauon, tnat all- meB,.wotonid men and children, should know, "distinctly. j coioreu men nevet-jthelessj iision 'pt'the at this time, 'as prem'ai tits (iecdInasmucri as he had thus "distinctly" given hisviewsj anfl inasmuch as he did not commit himj self pro or or con on the Amendment last week, when he published it as an adl vertisement, we" thought ourself war ranted in the conclusion that he did not take affectionately th te Amendment. This, the Neics would have us un derstand, was temerity on our part. The editor thought a couple of weeks ago that the. opdslttonf would edcounT;ervder teat not in consequence of Democratic as saultbut because " there were some goocl and reliable men in tbe Unlonranks, who .had not yet got tbe better of their prejuj dices against tbe colored man." So, it would seem, "prejudice against the colored man " is not peculiar to tbe Democratic party. It appears to have a strong hold in the Republican organization. ThaJ..editorfthB Neves affects to haveleeffiatti illumlnatirig light,a3 com pared with which the drummond light is as is the small, flickering taper to the full glare of tbe gas light. He describes it as "a new and wonderful light," and that it "is illuminating" their "pathway like the 'pillar of lire' which led the hosts oi Israel through the wilderness I" What a magnificent light this is, and it consists. according to this veracious authority, in r6;p'e1nPcjatlc;-party:ln the South" dis covering that tkthe Negro i3 a man," and "are actually making speeches to the "nig gers," asking them for their votes, praising them for their industry and intelligence.' The sum total of all this is, that inasmuch as the Southern Whites are attempting to make the fairest terms possible with the Blacks who were 'lately their slaves be lieving they can make befter terms w ith them than they can with the Republican malignants in Congress that the "good and reliable men in the Union ranks" who have "not yet got the better of their preju dices against the colored, man," should im mediately disqard. those, prejudices" and labor for Negro Suffrage iiuj Ohio. The News jeditor exhorts in the following lan guage: "Let timid Union men take -courage, then, and don't be afraid to eive the color ed man his vote; for if the Union party in Ohio don't do it now, the Democracy will be very apt to do it next year. The edict has gone forth in South Carolina, in Geor gia, in Alabama, in Tennessee, and all through the South, that the negro is 4a man and brother,' and has a riaht to vote t Gov. Orr,Gov. Brown. Gen. Wade Hampr tonehYLon'gstreet, Beauregard,'and al( the "more prominent" Democratic leaders. who have long set the tunes for the partvi have commenced to pipe the inspiring strain of 'Negro Suffrage,' and before many months go round, the music will reach the Northern Democracy." That ought to be conclusive with Repub icans. Because " Gov. Okr, Gov. Brown, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen. Longstreet, Beauregard," and such as they in the South who did figure prominently in " the Rebel- ion," have taken up the cudgel in behalf of NegH Suffrage, hdw can Republicans refuse to give that measure their most active and earnest support ?-.Would it not be well for the? Republican State Executive Committee to emnlov -7KEy Gov Tti Gem wade Hampton, Gen. -Longstreet. Beau regard," to stump Ohio in behalf of Negro Suffrage?, . Southern, men gave their assent to the address and resolutions adopted at tbe;14th-of August - Philadelphia - Cou'ven-! tlon, a'nd, because they did so, the News and the. whole? brood of Republican editors, did ndignate vehemently. Should we look upon them more graciously now because Ay;have taken to advocating NegnrSufi frae 7 tnaf dc 13 pn favor oi aamuiinc $ the r1s 6t Saffrage V? but he 'did" cosider the subm qoestloh id the 'people. lure, analikety to caust Making all Manner of Excuses. istied with an attempt to constitutionalize Negw .voting in' Ohio, but want a certain class of "Whites disfranchised, are making all manner of excuses for : their proposed sweeping disfranchisement of soldiers who. bravely fought ; through the .War, and who, thought. , there ? was .no need in standing " bti 'cerembhy about go ing .. Ji.ome. after Ihe work which North ern Abolitionists and Southern Fire Eat ers' ...had given :; them to do was done. These fellows are down on their marrow bonesrapologizing to the-soldiers for the Infamous' wrong they.." would ' do them. They don't .rmean ; r to disfranchise good soldiers ' but that class who are? recognized as deserters, they think should be punished. They claim always to have been- the -soldiers' friend. -What frieddsiThey - prolonged the War by de manding that it should be made a War for Abolition t , they further ' prolonged the War by not resting content until the Ne-, gro was put into the army they? helped) starve our soldiers-'who were prisoners in the', South, because they would not con- .'1 seit' to an exchange of prisoners unless the Negro soldiers should be treated by the South in exchange the same as White sol diers. - Ob, yes, holy friends are these men tbe soldiers.' So is the Devil, after the same manner,.a friend ,of the Saints. . ' . to & A Declination Reconsidered. uenerai bCHKNCK is a rash young man rash 'young man. He was rash' at Vjienh,aapda.t sundry, other ' times aud places. Some time ago, he declined being a'cahdida-ie-for 'nomination to the office of Governor-before tbe Republican State Con vention. With hand upon his heart,' and air)f humiliation resting on that sweet ly angelic countenance of his," he did "pro- tesl; that Ms heart did' so" throb and pulsate thegood'of the Republican party, and believing that he could do that party more good on tht floor of Congress, than as their candidate for Governor, he respectfully de cllned belnga candidate. ' At the time,' we suggested that this was simply the divinity dodge Richard the Third practiced when hIWasplottine to clutch the Crown, lit is now annquueed that-General Schexck has reconsidered, "his declinatioqr.aud with tBiAH ' Heap humbleness will' accept the Repiiblican nogiination for Governor.. . 1 " -!To Personal. We were gratified yesterday with having thej pleasure, of taking by: the hand those true and tried champions or Democracy, Ssg&itffi&bekt ,Esg;, o f.thk qynV Court- Democrat D. Si FisHKRj; Esq of the Al Vgurdy ! JD emocrat v;E ' HVE yer,' of ."the Piqua Democrat :M. .'S; Prophet, Esq , of Mi,. Gilead Jlegister; M. L. Brtan, Esq the iifadwon County Democrat; wd the fol lowing Advocates of - Negro- Sufirage: Thomas D. Fitch, Esq of the Chiliicothe GaretfeJiand J; ;L.' Boabdmak, of , the High land' it eves. These two. latter ?are clever gentlemen, ftat their politics are execrable. oi oi $ r-Zr ."' " " t InAsmcuh as the Negroes have thrown off CoMLtr he has taken to boasting of his early associations. ,His daily walk and con versatlbn'were sufficient indication as to tbe character of: those 5 associations, without sneakinsr as somethinff. of which to be proud, oi ms "nan-norse ana naii-aiigaior'v ManA -miner ni M di-r a tlperter nnd rrttntt hnl frienrtVha ''could dive deeper and comehoi dirtier than an v other than." ' , : .' 1 j and llaw Local Laws and Joint Resolutions. Passed by the General Assembly of Ohio at its Adjourned Session, Began January 2, Ended April 17, 1867 : T - . T . Local Laws and Join. ' For the list of Resolutions passed by, the Adjourned Ses sion of the General Assembly, we are in local laws. iirt be eonntroction of turnpike roads, ToautlioriiethecoUoeilpfflie?villaeo)bridge Sidnev. ShelbV countv. toborfow raonel leading into said village. j lAPjuiuonze jjie.ftoaraoi iruDiiQ v orj to vacate the tow path on Swan creek, from lock number one, Miami and Erie caual, t the mouth of said creek. To,authoriza.the Commissioners But- lei cptyitcLjevy. a taxj to builda fre bridge across the iireat JUtami canal at Hamilton. To authorize the Commissioners of But JecjCOunty.lAJeyy. a. .tax toasL-tin build ing a free "bridge across the Great Mianr river at the site of the old Manchester bridge, north of Middletown. To authorize the ComTmssioners df Fair field county to build a court house. To authorize the commissioners ot Tus carawas county to levy r; a-'tax to build t free bridge across the. Tuscarawas river, at t or near Goshen Fording. : , V. ' To reimburse Jacob Miller, Treasurer oi Wayne lownship; cDarke county, for pub lic lunds stolen Irom him. To authorize the Commissioners of Ot tawa county to levy a tax to build a bridge over Toussaint river, .-.-r ! -T'-v-f -:t:'; To authorize the Commissioners of Lick ing .cpuny.to Jeyy "a special tax for road and bridge purpewes." " -.To authorize the Commissioners of Ham ilton to construct a bridge across Mill Creek, at or near Eighth street, the lew for which shall not exceed one-fourth of a To authorize the Commissioners of Mer cer .county to build a court house, at a cost hot to exceed Jifty thousand dollars. r To extend for five years the time of pay ment tor lots IN os. l, 2. 3, 4 and 5, in bee. 16. Tp. 1, Range 6, M. R's, in Montgomery countv. To authorize the - Commissioners 1 of Wayne county to build county offices, tht levy for which shall not exceed two mills For the relief of Wm. Megrue. To authorize the Commissioners of Greene county to build an infirmary, at . cost not to exceed fifty thousand dollars.) To authorize the Commissioners ot Ross county to build a bridge over the Scioto river, southeast of Chiliicothe. To authorize the Commissioners of Montgomery- couu ty to-build a j ail. v .c To. authorize the Commissioners ; o: Holmes county to levy a special tax to re pair the State road leading, west from the towhof-Millersburg.; . To provide for building a bridge over the Walhold in g river near the town of Warsaw, In Coshocton county. - ( I To authorize the Commissioners of Bel- montioanty to purchase additional landt and.erccradditiona buildings lorinfirma ry, purposes.'.:.,.; ,v'5 -.- To extend fop five year3 the time of pay ment for school lands in section sixteen, RUeyjtovvnship, Sandusky. J t; :' ! v :; . To., authorize the Trustees ' of ; Bedford township, Cuyahoga. county, tolevy,.a tax tor bridge purposes.' '; "x. - ; ' " T6 authorize the Cbmmissioners''of Fair field county to improve a- part ot the road leading from Lancaster to B iltimore. r ..To author ze the Commissioners of Del aware county to build a court' bouse, at a cost not exceeding seventy-five thousand dollars.. :-.r ro ....... ' To authorize the Commissioners of Henr j county to battel a bridge over the Maumee river at Florida ; -: ;. '-'Td" authorize the Commissioners of But ler county to uy out the Middletown Bridge Company and erect a free bridge. To authorize the Commissioners of Wil liams county to build a jail. To authorize the Boardof-Education of Cardington, Morrow, county to borrow money for school purposes. To authorize the Commissioners of Ham ilton countyQr purchase the Whitewater bridge across the Miami river at Miami, or to construct a new one. To enable the Commissioners of Mus kingum county, to-purchase the, lower or Putnam .toll' .bridge ; also, Jihe northwest wing of the upper bridge across the Mus kingum river at Zanesville. To enable rthe Commissioners of Mus-1 kingum county to purchase the iron sus-1 pension -bridge at Dresden,- and the -wood-1 en bridge across Jonathan's creek at Max- j ahala. . - To authorize the. Commissioners of Tua- cara was county tolevy a tax for the build ing of a bridge across the Tuscarawas rive. ; at Dover.- -i .-..- t-r--f rr. To authorize the Commissioners -of Star! ; county to build a court house. To authorize theCommlssioners of Greei I county to build a bridge at Cambridge. To authorize the Commissioners of Pick away. county. to assist in. building va Vfre 1 nrldge across the-Scioto river at or'neai . Lindsey's Ferry. To authorize the Commissioners of Au glaize county to levy a tax for paying debts heretofore contracted under the ditel law. VTT'e. 'V'-';--'? f ' ' 'l i' --if 'j To autlibrizelhe Commissioners of An- 1 laize county to levy an additional bridgi tax. ; To authorize the construction of a bridgi ; across the Whitewater river at or near Cal loway's Ford..;, r "' For the relief of-Alexander-Henderson. : Treisurer of Bethlehem township, Stark ' . county. ' To authorize the stockholders of tht 1 ; Pennsylvania ,fc Dhia Canal .Company, to abandon', lease or sell-any portion or por tions ot said canal. To authorize the Board ofPublio Works to permit the Miamisburg,.(S;. Carrolton Hydraulic Company to flow water from the Miami river iuto the .Miami -& -Erie canal.' J ! " 4 J - To authorize the Board of .Education of Washingten, Guernsey county, to level a special school tax. ? i j- ? . j i To authorize the Commlseionerbf Marion county, to trans ter the' ; Railroad1 to the Bridge Fund. To authorize the Board of Eiucation. of St. Clairsville,f Belmont county,.' to issue bonds and build a school house. To authorize the Commissioners of Holmes county to levy a tax 'for the; purpose of clearing the Killbreck river of drilt and other obstructions. .To authorize the.Commlssioners of Stark. Summit and Miami to assess an additional tax for bridge purposes. xoaumorize me jommissioners or sum mit county to levy a tax to build addition the court liouse in said county. To amend section three of the act for the improvement and repair of the Cincinnati Carthage road, passed Feb. 8, 1843. To authorize the Commissioners of Otta wa county tolevy a tax to rebuild abridge destroyed by -flood. - - To transfer ..the. Military Commutation Fund in Hancock county to the Infirmary Fund.-i - ' y - To authorize the Commissioners of Por tage county, to. levy, an. additional tax for orioge purposes.fr . :..r i ..: , To authorize the Trustees of Elyria, Xo rain county, to borrow six thousand dollars for the purpose of erecting a town hall To authorize the Commissioners of Fay ette county to levy additional tax for bridge a'nd other purposes. To secure to- school section sixteen of Greene township, Hamilton county, due credit for pruce.-.ls from the sale of said section. ' - To authorize the Commissioners of War ren county te levy a tax to build a county infirmary. To authorize. the Trustees ot Spencer township, ; Hamilton rcounty, .to purchase additiouaT ground for the enlargement of the Town Hall lot, and. to issue the surplus liounty f una lor that purpose. For the relief of Samuel Gordon. change the bounds of Union and Sa lem townships, in Warren county.' To authorize the Commissioners of Holmes county to levyra special tax to repair the "road leading west from" the" town of Millersburg, and.' situate ln Washington township. r. vrnt ; To authorize the Trustees of . Spencer township,. Hamilton . county,, to levy a tax one-lourth ot a mill ior poor purposes ,To authorize the Board? of -Education of Marietta to borrow money ior the purpose buuaiug a scnooi nouseio.--; t- i -.i-o To authorize the Commissioners of 'Co shocton county to build a bridge over the Walhondlnsr river, at or uear Perry's Ford. To authorize the, Board of Education of Barnesviuetana territory annexed i for school "purposes, to borrow- money and levy taxes ' for the purpose' of j enlarging Ichoor buiiaingt ' - ' J ' : a To authorize the Board of Education of Liverpool, Columbiana county, to borrow money and Issue bonds'therefor to"5ull"ii school house. -,A'J j V.. ;.'; rZ, Authorizing the village . of .Wellington, Lorain' county,'"t& borrow a sum not ex ceeding ten thousand dollars for the comi pletlon of ai'schol -building.-;. V- To ; unite? sub-school districts numbers and ten, Harrison township, Mont- iromery county,' into one school district. toextendthej proTisions of -the school of 1849- tneretov-' -it it : ' : ! ; ; : ! t : t : :. , i ' ! ; ;, i 1 . ' '. : ! ' I I ' ! . j ' i j j j ; j I ; Middleport, Meigy county, to levy a tax and borrow monev for school purposes. , to.wpshipv Preble opunty. tolevy a tax for purposes. J J ) ki O : ' To authorize the riommissionera of Hinnf.- .. TaauthorizetheCommlssioneraof Ham- Jlton countv to lpvv a toT nnt -OAiH i n tr Li 7 V " - w n tnree-iourths or a mill'for tne opening and ' gracing of an avenue from 'Martin street, f,Ci'Cinati, to Crawfish creekj Spencer t wa nip. . - " . . Whor5z(, the Tinard of Bdnektlnn' t .""gomery county to erect d bnildtnY'to con- tain .court rooms and county offices,, , ao proriae ior- tne erection or a pes house in or near.Alliance,, Stark county. - "10 authorize the Trustees of Relley townt ship,' Butler county, to sell and convey cer " tala real estate, and invest the same for the 2 benefit of the township. " ; 'To authorize the Board bf.'Educattoh of " the village of Galion, School District No. , "Crawford county, to borrow money,", pur- cuase a sue ana, erect a scnooi., House, anq lo.Beu ana. a is pose or tne present schoo. 'bouse and site. ' ' '. ' i : - i. - ao repeat section iourot tne act passed March 26th, 1864, entitled "an act to au4 ' thorize the city of Toledo to' enter upon and "occupy a part of the Miami & Erie Canal as a public highway, and for sewerage and ;,water' purposes." . ' ! For the. rel ief of T. Li' Fumcy, Treasurer of 'Johnston township; Trumbull county.', i V ' To authorize the Trustees and Board of :Education of Grafton ' township,' Lorain ' county, to levy a tax to build a school house ; and town hall. ' if ;' , ' , ; ' To' provide tor locating, establishing, and .constructing ditches ;and drains ia Hog Creek Marsh, Hardin county,' y i ' Legalizing the sale of Certain .rillrpad stock made by the commissioners of Cham- -paizn county. - ' ytj ' ; ' .,,';.'.';. " To authorize the . commissioners of Ham ""llton,v Clermont aud Warren counties -to build a free bridge across the Little Miami xlver at Loyelandr" . " ,T ... . I To authorize the commissioners or iiam-r : ilton county to construct a bridge across Millcreek, at the mouth of Cummin's run. To authorize: the commissioners of the counties of Hamilton and Clermont to pur chase the Milford bridge at a cost not ex ceeding twenty-five thousand dollars Amending the act to authorize the board of Education of the village ot Van Wert to iborrow money for the building of a schoo -house.." '. ' : ' For the relief of Charles Rule: - : To authorize the commissioners of Shelby ; countv to build a jail. r : Making the Treasurer of Franklin coun ty Treasurer of the Board of Education of Columbus. . . ;:.. i To change the boundaries of Pleasant and 'Miami townships, .Logan county. To authorize the Commissioners of Henry and Lucas counties to make an auditiona levy for county purposes. , . . - ! To repeal the act lor the relief of Samue' -Ketchum.i '! ;r -: . r i-i - ,.i To authorize the Board of Education of - Westerville to borrow money for-the pur pose or building a scnooi house 1 To authorize: the sale of certain school lands in Jackson township, Pike county.' i - .Amending the act to authorize the con struetion of a bridge over the Scioto river southeast of Chiliicot he. ; ! To authorize the Trustees of the town of Hinkley, Medina -county, to levy a tax to build a town hall, i -v . JOINT RESOLUTIONS. . .Relative to the appointment of: a Com mittee to wait upoii the Governor,",' r Relative to a joint Convention to canvass 1 Relative, to renovatinz'the nails Of the Senate and House of Representatives ' ' Ratifying the Constitotion of the United ' ct.mc - : i UK Wi3 Relative to loaning the regimental flag of the 9th O. V.I; : . ." - ' 1 ' '' Providing for the, publication of ofiicia reports of the proceedings of the Genera ' Assemblv. ... ., -i. Donating the Ohio Soldiers' Home to the Trustees of the National Asylum lor Disa bled Volunteer Soldiers. Appointing- a joint committee to invest!- eate- complaints relative to missing loca: bountifs. - . ., - Directing the sale ot the-silver coin in ? the State Treasury. i Inviting Gen. Phil. H. Sheridan to visit the General Assembly. Relative to printing. extra copies of cer tain reports. " Authorizing! the Governor torpay Gen D. W. Hi Dav two thousand dollars, from ' his contingent fund, for services in collect ing-claims against the . General Govern ment. . . . ; .'. : "-: . ' Directing the printing or the "Road Law for distribution to the several counties.,... . Authorizing the purchase of additional land for the Reform Farm . - : ; ? Providing that' Trustees'7 of Soldiers ' Home shall furnish , transportation to sol ' . diers admitted to that institution.!:: t -.'-. " Relative. to printing and distributing the general laws of this session. : " '.. :. ' Directing the Secretary of .State to ascer tain5 if the portraits of the Governors of Ohio can now be. procured ' "'; Relative to the letting of convict labor'.' - Approving the action of the officers of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum in regard to the epidemic, that recently prevailed there. -.. Authorizing the printing. oi extra copies of Senate Bill JNo. 23o. --.: - n . . ' Directing the law relating to auctions and auctioneers, omitted In Swan, and Critchtield's Statute, to- be reprinted with the laws of the present session. 1 'Proposing an amendment to the Consti tution in relation to the elective iranchise. Authorizing- the Commissioners of the ; Reform Farm to assist in building a turn- pike from that institution to Lancaster. " Confirming the' transfer of the Ohio Sol- diers' Home to thetrustees of the National Asylum lor Disabled Volunteers. '- Directing the Adjutant General to pre ; pare and present for collection all unset- tied claims against the. General Govern : ment.' ' - ' ' " '- Directing the extension of- the lease of the Public Works for ten years. - - Thanking non. Wm. Hooper for accept ing the office ot Treasurer of State,, upon the resignation of Hon. G. Volney Dorsey, and for the faithful manner. In which he discharged the duties of that position, . Relative to the claims of Hall, Stafford & Co. . ; ' - . . ' - - ; ' Relative to the sine die adjournment ol the General Assembly. ' - .- , t Directing the Board of Public Works to enlorce the contract with the le-ses ot the Western Reserve and Maumee road. Relative to damages caused by the over flow of the canals in this State. Instructing the Board of Public Works to assess damages done to Davis, Johnson and others. Requesting the Governor to appoint a day for thanksgiving and prayer. Authorizing the Governor to furnish a room ior the Commissioner of Railroads. Authorizing the Auditor of State to re fund the taxes heretofore collected on Na tional bank Bhares. . Relative to damages sustained by George Harsh, of Massilion. Providing for the distribution of Ghol son and Okey's Digest. . , . Instructing the Adjutant General to In vestigate' into the matter of missing local bounties at Camp Chase or Tod Barracks, and to. adjust tne same with the General Government, when he shall find that the money has been paid to United States of ! fleers, and to examine the accounts of pay agents ot this state. Negro Suffrage in Ohio. The Radical Legislature of Ohio has passed the bill to strike the word white " out ot the Constitution of. Uhio, which, is to be submitted to the people at the next October election. It took a considerable amount of whipninr-in .to 'brinjr some of the Kad3 up to the rugged issue, as ihey feared their own heads would come to the political block next fall and their, fears will be realized. .The issue uow is squarely made in Ohio, to equalize the negro with the white, and place him above the Gerr mans, the Irish, the English, and all others who seek a home in this country who can not have a vote under five years residence, and' all the time paying his proportion of taxes, while If this amendment to the Con- stitntion passes, the negro is at once quail fied to vote, ' Can ' hold - office," and is- five years in -advance -of the- whites who -are held as aliens, and placed far above theal ; lahtsoldiefs who served till Gen.1 Iee eur- rendered, and then - went home without a regular discharge, and therefore : disfran chised by this bill. There can now.be.no dodging on the negro question as hag here tofore been the case? but every .voter will sayJy his vote. whether he is In favor of negro equality in Ohio,-and the disfran chisement of soldiers who in their anxiety to see their parents," sisters and brothers, after & hard and. perilous war of four years, did 'not wait; for i a formal discharge, and thus held as deserters in military regula ,! tions;" Will not the soldiers vindicate them ! selves ? will "not the "Germans, the .Irish, and the English citizen who has - had to serve a probation of five years to acquire a vote and who have other friends ' seeking - , ' - . an asylum" in . this country ? Coshocton Democrat. . t ; . . ,; ... 1 n r . . 1 . Therk , was another crevasse in the par? ish oi West Baton Rouge, La., on Tuesday. New Advertisements INCOME NOTICE. r- - , : 1, i tf, S. ASSESSOR'S OFFTCK,' f . . vj ,JS COLCMECS. Apri. 18. J86I.J rT MADK THE D1JTY OP ivEnY ijrson receiv'm an income duriDg tb Tear 18GB. .h ther u do urove tbj exemption allowed by law-, t roa e tnfirretcjrto tbe Ayristant'Aa- s vt tuVu. .j .f h, .which the., reside r fSl person! s hate jhoi) et inmie their returns, a'e hVrebr rotifleiTfuitiliev must d po within the uext .TK.N. U X V ,S-ot-uf cU pj tjkMatmnutr comp isnou with tho law. . ij .. . . . . iiiiiu m miinn i i ; 0.! Si As?eMr T-rt District oPoiioJ f H? Sitrxti: 1 ' it tr -'eja;itifKKv'!'-ni . .VW Oflioe corner, Bixh a ad Town atreeU.L aprl9rait J 'I- ' ' -,- r" ,' , 1 anerm's. .V . - J. I .1 "I ., .1 rt l II JI. 7 fctflC:,I?irr;pe,rty.i . A Vavid" Tanner. y.Conrt-of Uommia Pleai-of Thoniasp. Rid f i 1s-.ranUUo.Vanty,,, , ray.) , . . Uhw. ., ; ; , , Jn i7itsi).cp or An oRourt op ' jae to at rt?rete(J in the1 atiore stated case: I will iiffer fir al at oiiic aUctU.H, Ht th farni -of Joseph I3riirc.3l.mile8-.. est' of Coinmhnv ca the Hrri3urBpJeonl, U( . . .(..,(!U..nil Monday, the , 9ihi-dayjiof April,: Ai P. Ij )" i- .'ini-.t ' :i13t7t !t;ilti"wuimu j at 10 o'clock A. M-. thd foliowinx B oda and chattels, to-wit: One itunlr-d and Nihetr-six hpa.il oF !hiiii)ini1 .... t . 1 . .vf ..! ... ..." ..on iw! I I.a'nbs, attached' 'h -pruperW of tbomij Dl RidewaTy upon a credit of th rtv, day, with f do 4 ana sufficient security, approved; b'i ,.r- - . rjii ,; t 14.'. I., .KirWlf n i rv I Printer's fcesf sprismtd'. ud Ji "Sherift'sSale: " ' Sarah Hahibleton ' i Common Plets Court, . . . .( . "Frank'in County. , i'sraV Jane Klac eValj) M la Fartltion. P. PUUSCASOK OP AlV OBLEtt OF ale froih said Uoort in the abTre Kthted nnA in me directed. I will.offar for sa e at public nuetioni at the -oor of the court home, in the citj of Colum- bai, on 1 4 .! ..... - . Wednesday; the -223 day :of May a: d. kti o'clockP. M.'. the followipg resj estate, situate in Franklin coanty, to-wit: i V . Lot number fifiy-fuur (54 in the Villas of OroTe City, reference be njc-bal U the recorded plat 'of said v'l age in the Recorder's office of' said county. Appraised at $792 00. ,. f A Is h the following described real estate,' situate in .aidcouuty. andin Jk on tow. i-hipvto wit Bcins in survey N . 1.38 in the Virginia Milita ry Disttict. bouuded-aa Xullows: Beginning at a 8 ton j or stake in t le center li. e of tne e untjr road runoltsj eastlroui Grove Citj, it bein? the-south line of f aid survey, and running, thence with aid survey line north sadeg. 30 in in , wet 27 40-1CQ p lea to i st ke or stone; thence. ith tbe ean -line of tbe ceinete ylot nor h 1 des?., ta-t 16 12 100 poles to the nor:heast corner of taid ceineiery Jot; thence with the north line ot' said ceuaeter north 89 deg: 8()min.. neit7 pole.; tbence north 32 deg. 30 min. eant2l poles to. a Make or stone: thence south 8S deicJ S5 win., tast 2140- 0 p; lei to a take in the west line of John .Merritt's la i, 32 du. 30 minutes, west 34 poles to the beginning, containing five acres and. seven-eights (5 Jilot an acre of land. ; ,, Appraised at $65;bi pe.-acre. t Terms of Sale Oni---hird of the purchase money paid n the day of salej nw-third in one year, and one-third in-two year., deterred payments secured by mo tsago on the premises, ' T , . WjI. DOMIUAN. Sheriff. -O. L. Convshsk, Att'y. , . . ' i Frintei s fcest '- " 1 ' ' - 'f' i , 8prl9 dltAwtl : I "'! i.Nl .':. t.-Ml . , 1 An Ordinance To arrend Sections Three and Sir of an Ordinance t entLUed ."An Ordinauoe Empowering tbe Ooium . bus 6 reet Railroad Company to construct, main- tain and operate cStreet Fs.-encr Kadroads on - certain atrejts. avenues and highways in the City . of Columbus, and for otr.er purposed," passed Jane .,29, 1863. and supplementary tliereto. !' ,. (..; . wkctiojt 1 li it oiditisod b.v ti e City Council of tiie City of Columbus that section three of an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Empowering tat Columbu-t Street kailroad Company to construct, rnaiut iin and o erate Sirret Passeuser .Iiail roads on certain streets, avennss -and h.ghways in ihe City of Coium-u, and forother purpose.','' passed June 29, J8G3. be ami the fame is horuby a.uended so as to read a? foil.. ws : 'Section 3. Said City of Co umbus shall have, and hereby reserves the right to remove or obstruct, or cause thebame to be done, any rortion of the track f s id railroads, im any of aid routes, when ever it may be necessary so to do, for the pmpose of laying down or repaiiing pas or nater' pit es, con structing or repairing tewcrs, drains, gutters or cis terns, repairing streets or avenue-', or f or any other work ou,.-aid streets. and avenut required to be done for the health, comfort or convenience of said eity by sa d City Council, without beingliable to said t-mpany for damsgt arising therelroni : Provided tnat yie ruonine ot tueiars th.iil not be suspended ior any oi rucn puiposes. ii me same can be avoid ed, and such ruumnc shall- not he delaveri hevnnd i reasonable time for the accomplishment of anvsnch purposes by said city. JSaid city shall not be liable in Any way to said Company fer any injury that may de none to the track or other work of said Company. vj means ol mo nrenKioK or overnow oi water iroin any t ewer or drain, or from the breaking of any as or water pipe, or . oy. reason ot tne cnange in -an grade of any street or avenue, or the trao of sai Company, or by teason of anv other work orim provement required to be done or made in raid city; Said Company shall be liable for. and shall hold and keep said city free and clear from, all damages which may accrue to persons, or property Dy reason pi th constructing, maintaining:, .using, or managing of any of B-id routes, or any part thereof, and said company snail save said city ot Uo; urn bus harmless from all damages which mar arise to said f itr- h reason of the occupation by said Corapaby of anvof conform to all such regulations as may be, from time wj nme, prescrioea Dy oramauce Dysaid Uity Uoun cii, lor tbe running of vehicles in said streets and avenues occupied by the tracks of said Company,- paia company snail pay 10 saia city lor tne pnvi leges hereby granted, annually, the sum of Five Dol Jars per caret the- average number of ears-which sad Company shall run on each of said -rontaa. nr parts or portions thereof,' above herein specified, to aieooe running cars on an v tart or oortion of mii route, and payable annually thereafter at theoffiee oi tne treasurer oi saia city. . &aia Company, snali not use said railroads for anv Dther num. rs thin th transportation thereon of passengers and the packages and baggag.. feaid Company shall be authorized to a e in ana, collect ana receive tor eacn passenger ear ned toe entire . length of anv of said routes nr f,,r any snorter aisttnoe tnereon, tne sum or seven cents and no moTe, and for the; carriage of packages and eargsge of passengers such additional nm m De luitiy proDOi uonaie. to me sani dmcb n j lowed- for carriage of passengers themselves. And any agent or employe of said Company who shall demand or receive anv crater sums resrrtf-ri than those above specified, shall. n conviction thereef bef ore the Mayor of said city, be fined inany sum not exceeding Fifty Dollars. Said tlnmrumr however, at all times, shall keep for sale and sell at convenient places along said routes, end . eaeh of tnem, ticKets tor single lares of passengers over said road, and shall sell toe same in packages of five aud upwards, at tbe rate of five cents per ticket; Seo'. 3. That section six of the aforesaid ordinnA mentioned in the first section heieof. shall be so amenaea as to reaaas follows: --.. - . ., sections. 'If, at any time, the said. Company ereio named, ana me j lumous Manroaa vompA- ny, snail, in accordance with tbe provisions of tbe statute ot Unio in such cases made' and nrnvninrl tgree and become consolidated i the said consolidated or new comptby shall nay tor tne Drivilese confur. red upon said companies, respectively, per car of the average number ot cars wnien said consolidattd or new company shall run on any ef it routes, or por tions or parts of routes, the sum of Five Dollars an nually, in tbe 'same manner as if said companies had been origina ly one. anything in tois or at v oth er orainance to mo concrjry notwitnstanaing; said sum to be raid into tbe treasury of said 'citv annu ally, lrom tne date ot such agreement of consolida tion. And all tnetotber provisions, limitations, re strictions and penalties P'ovided by this ord. nance, shall apply to said consolidated or new company, so far a the same may be applicable." -ectiono. ii, at any time nereaiter, tne (Jity Council of .Columbus shall deem ii -ezbedient to cause High street in said city between Morth Public lane and soutn rublio lane or any other portion thereof now used and occupied by the railway tra.-ks of the Columbus Street Railroad Comoanv to hn graaea ior ana pvea wild wnac is commonly desig nated"the Nicholson pavement," it shall be lawfu i i f i ... i - . . rfnl for the city of Columbus, and upon reasonable no tice to and with the assent of said Conmanvand said city of Columbus, to take up and remove said track or tracks, switches and turnouts on said street, cause the same to be properly graded, said pavement to be iaia ana a smgie iraoic, oi saia rauroaa. togetner with a sufficient number ot switches, turnouts, te:, to be properly and substantially relaid over such street or part thereof as said Company may desig nate, to the satisfaction and under the superin tendence of said Company, and wholly at the cost and expsnce ot tne city ot uoiumbua. savins and excepting, however, the cost, exclusive of grading, of laying saia pavement between me rails t i-aid single track, whioh sball be paid by said Uomnany ar the rate per equate yard expended by the City for laying iron rail and stringers or wooden aills necessary for relaying of said track, switches and turnout's: and the city of tJolumbus shall deliver all the stringers. sins, lies, rniis auu materials composing saia tracK, tracks, switches and turnouts so taken ud or remov ed by it to said Company; and from and a ter said IS icholson 1 avament is so completed, and said sinsle track of said railroad is so relaid as atoresaid bv said ciiy, said Company shall keep in order ana repair mat part ana mat oniy oi saia street, inciuaea be tweeu the rails of said single track and switches so long as it shall use the same for its railroad, any thicg in this or any other ordinance of the city to the contrary notwithstanding. TheColuiobus Sit reet Kaiiroad Company, may, at its option, at anytime hereafter, at it own c st and expence, take up and remove one track of its road south and north of the limits of the proposed Xicholaon. 1'avement, with the understanding that it sball not, by this action, be deemed to have consented to the putting down of any new pavement on said routes north or south, hereafter, nor shall tbey, at any time, be required to keep any portion of their road or street in repair, ex cept that portion between the. rails of one single track, nor shall it be obligated to ran its cars over tbe whole or any portion of its track, tracks, routes', road, leaving the street or the portion of it. from which thesame may be removed in as good order and repair as the remainder of said street. When ever said city of Coluuobus sball commence the work ot taking up and relaving said railroad tracks aforesaid, said work shall be prosecuted wjth en ergy and diligence to speedy completion, and in such manner as to impede' the rnnning of the cars ff stid Company and impair its use of said tracks in small degree as possible, and said, track shall be relaid as aforesaid by said .city immediately upon the completion of said pavement or any portion thereof.- - ;' v ' -- '-' Section 4. The provisions of the- amended sec tions of the ordinance mentione J in tbe first section hereof, as herein amended shall apply and inure to tbe benefit of the Columbus Street Railroad Com pany aa now organized, and Said - original sections three and six of aforesaid ordinanoe be and the same are hereby repealed, saving, however, any benefits, rights and privileges which have accrued thereun der to said Kaiiroad Companyv !-; : ' "JACOB REINHaRD.? m.jo ': .... President of the City CounojLjj Passed April 15; 1867.. . ' ,, ., Attest: L.1S. Wilson. City Clerk. K "J '" ' : - ; ''-v '" 'i.;'?l" ' 1 Is The National Hotel; Property ! nORTIIlR OF IIIGH . STREET AND ' North Fublio lane, opposite Union Depot. This property, the most eligible in Columbus for Hotel or other business purposes,, will be-sold on terms worthy the attention of capitaUsts. . ,;; - julj2-dlj-jani ' M. REYNOLDS;" ShtrriS'sp Sale. Vfili lam. A.Dobvnfi a Common Pleas Court. . .- Ts.l ... ' Franklin County. Ohio". i Lydia Dobyna. -. In Partition. IN PCU8UA1VCE OF AN ORDER OF ale from said Court in the above stated cae . to me directed, I will offer lor ea'e at public auction, at the door of the oourt house, in the eity of Colum bus, on , V Wednesday, the 22d day of May, A. D. 1867, - : "a2o'clock P. M., the following described real es Ute, situat ia Kranklia eonntyJOnio, towit lot nurrber Fitty six 6 in-the- ineorporated town or village of Hilliard. in said county, refer fe(H0t)elnir had to therecorded plat thereof. . i Appraised at $)-50 80. -B 'ermstf rale One-third of the purchaser money paid on the day of sale, one-third in one year, 'and one-third in two years. Deferred payments secured oy mortgage oa tee premies- i ,- . : ;WM., DOAUGAN. Sheriff. -Sapria-dltAwtd uH-'J ifiiu ; ;u I tiU r-7 .j i SiV PHYSICiAtCS SURGEON.- PAKS0NS': BLOCK. COB. HIGH TO Wit STS." B Hilt H 1-lUi .. Jlf(UJ-. i .liii H t'J i-")ltM: j i apllS-lri -iiJ lo rt'.moj SA i. sTw.j uill f yt.i...;.p , i,', l.l')il!' I 'J I) j . mi ... j ! inill "-4J WmiPassett,-)1 v -f n?Jl tt--'.' ; r-Mi.) i'vs.. r y, ..li LV?n5ftf Common, Pleas IU George JJes.enaaer.n5 irfjj.mte l - , nVVIRTHE OFAlt.KTF.nriTim. .Xj fay hands in the above stated case. 1 will offer n. t the manufactory xT Kinnard: IJreher Cov Cjeve-. land, Ohio, take aa- the -properly of i Wnui Jfassett, Printers fee $10 iQ.' " ' V , -" ' ' , -l ' '"April 19. 1867. '"i"ni lo 3?.;ini siM li! 15 j i apfl IT-dtd ihi'. iitl In l!i .i.t jiini GREAT bi'.i !l i fi-iii iii-n,:i -j;-.i--i-2 kJ7JITu. tll't)15J Ifil-JfiWJ '1n ," 'Hit FURNITURE! THE FtBTHTDKE J CAN HOTEL 'will b ? Private Csale, commencing. Monday, ,' April i2l.9,,K) 1.1 j AtlO-A.M. During the sle an IMPORTED Pl- AftO vr 11 be sold. Also. Beace left as security for bills, consisting of Trunks. Valises. Clothing etc. ...- Jfi.B. VA-N GLAZlEit. , !' aprtt-dlwlwlt ' .' . . Auctioneer. I ior saie at moi c Auction, at nessenaare s tardea, 1 on south High street; oft - oi .1 -n'ln 3 Tuesday,! the 3dth diybf :AptS, -AliSBT, , at J o'clock-P. H.x one. fiye octave .MeToaeop. from e offered- at' Auction or .Ui.".!: -.i uJ.-'1 K t. ' ' ' " i-i ' 'f'M ''i s," : '!f;i OF THE AMERI. SPECIAL KOTICESJ JTJIiES JAREDS' i i i EMAIL ..'DE PARIS.'? The New Beantifler oi the '"skini ii . j Li ! ' TESTIMONIALS 1 FROM- CELEBRATED1 i r. ir- -LADIES:' ' c-Cj ; This secret of beautifying the skin being known - only to Messrs. JaredA Rene, they honorably state " that it differs from all other preparations. It gives to the most harsh and freckled skin both the texture " and color of polished ivory", removing all dicbt6ira- tions, whether appearint as freckles, tan, 'morphew, moth, or black-worm' specks', and is especially ' sno- " cessf ul in smoothing out the marks left by the sh all ;;rox. 'j. !'! :'-!;',;!:..' 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I ha-fo suffered so much from the various, white lotions, rc , wnicn my tneatricaiproiession. obliges : me to use, tnat l consider it a pertect benefaction 'to nnd- a preparation wnicn gives tne necessary - whiteness to the skin, and leaves the skis oooi and . .mootn,. " lain V L".i i : Miss Maggie Mitchell gays: ; ,-.. .-m-.) 'to I have tried the skin beautifierj "L'Email de Par- is, auu iuuuii iua.li ib inswuiij lmparui utuurai bloom and freshness to the conip exion. J,,Jared's Email de Paris" is ' used ,'as .a c elicate ' beautifierof the sain1 for Theater, Saloon or TJall Room, ny the most refined and, scrupulous ladies " producing all the beautifying effects , of rooge apd ' lily .white, without their vulgar glare or, injury, to a - . - F !)So byAll .fir8-clas,srprpggUtSi.Perfaniei8, and Ladies' Hair-Dressers. ... ,. , i . , " . Isaheau, 6!2 Broadway; Demas Barnes, A- Co. 1 in, lit South Tenth street, and Johnston, 11 olio way . A Cowden, Philadelphia, Agents: 5 ' - ; " 1 -, i -General Agents and Importers, iew York.; nov5-deod6m . , ,,.',. .. ', . ..;,'..;H .unT J,, S.'U!:. l.l '; (I It - FOR NON-RETJENTION-ob: INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration of tne madder, or 'Kidneys, diseases of the prostate glands, stone in the bladder, calculus', gravel or brick 1 dust aeposi:si and all diseases tt tne bladder,- kid , neys and dropsical swellings .. -.(') j ' Use Hklmbold'b Fluid Extract Bccurj. f' ( , ! FOR MORE THAN TWENTY TEARS MA THEWS' VENETIAN HAIR DYE has etood tVe test of trial, and is constantly increasing in public favor. . . ...i . It is the best and cheapest in the world Price 75 cents. '., ' .'. , . . '." .'. , ;., ... -Vr It gives a beautiful, lustrous, nairaZ color. f ' It is complete in one bottle . ,.. . ' 3 '. ilt does the work the first time. . .; , , It does not crock, smut or stain.. ; It does not rub off or fade- ; ; .,. ; .' i It always gi es satisfaction. A child can apply it ; , THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar .process (know only to : Mr. Mathews), which renders . it infinitely superior to' any dye in market. ' - In using .THE VENETIAN DYE you avoid . that RUSTY, DEAD appearance by whioh dy ed hair ia so easily recognised when an inferior article .has been used. "'. J' -: ' '' -1 Invest 75 cents, and you will be ' convinced. . Sold by all Druggists and- Fancy Goods Dealers -. ' ' i ih 'A. I. MATHEWS Manufacturer .; DEMA S BARNES , CO.. New York, W bolesale Agents. .. mavlu-deodly . .wiri: not usk the best?.; '-OVER TWENTY YEARS' increasing demand has established the fact that 'Mathews Vsnktiam Hair Dye is the best in the world. It is tbecheap- ;et, the most reliable, and most cenvenient.' .Com plete in one bottle. JJees not-requirer any previous preparation of the hair. No trouble.' No crock' or stain. . Produces a beautiful black or brown, aa pre ferred. A child can apply it. Always aives fatis- ' faction. Only 75 cents per bottle. Sold everywhere. i" ' A. I. MATHEWS. Manufacturer, NlYi' DEMAS BARNES, i, CO.. New York. Wholesale Agents .'.' """ ' ' ,': .. .,' ' , Also,' Mathews' Arnica Hair Gloss lor r storineanddressingtheHair. " ' , .; junel9 doodly ' t . t ;i. BATCHELOR'S HAIRi DYE, This splendid Hair Dp is the best in the world The only true and perfect ZtyaHarroless, Reliable instantaneous. jNo disappointment. No ridicu- Hou8 tints. Natural' Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Dyes. 'Invigorates' the hair, leavine it soft and beautiful. The genuine is sitn ed Willuim A. atchelor. .. All others are mere imi taCions, and should be avoided. Sold b.v all Drug gists and Perfumers. Factory, 81 Batclay" street New York- j.-i.-i-'a i ;: -i declO-dAwly , ; i i 1 ' " 1 . 1 : xm: house oF itiekct, ? i; u. viwFOR PRODIGAL. S0NS,.i. -i-n i TTOWAKD ' association; pittla. til i delphia, Pa established on the -principles of .Christian Charity, for the relief and cure of MIS .maniy powers rjy errors, adusos ana uiseaaes in cident to Puberty end early life-.!: Essays and Ke- fiorts. with plan of new treatment, sent in sealed etter envelopes, free of charge, .Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN HOUGHTON.- Howard' Association. Philadelphia, Pa. zy i i: 1 ;i -.'janl4-dAwSm LEUCQRRHCE& ANQ FEMALE WEAKNESS. ! 'A physician of S3 years experience offers a raluaj ble and powerful remedy for t .e above named conn plaints.i" .':! Jo: :. J i.t .i;-;i.'.' :il ii ; Itii a compound discovered, py the celebrated Berzelitts, and experience has proved its efBeiency to ' be greater than that of any remedy' previously h8ed.-. :-.j .:;!!' 1 s-'i'iJ tiU t-.-i fiiiivr n The' prescription . wi th' full d ifeptiohs for nse, Srilj be sent by mail to anyone inclosing 50 cents' to; i tn'i yiil I. ('( i Ai'-i in i-ifiil ..-Btalioi'DVBible House; - ' :.n:;-t iM mch20-epdlTj IllU V't-t .' ' l: New Yorfc.i J i! ,ulv -ij! ..-1 : HELMBOLD'S i EXTRACT : BDCHTJ 'and ! Im! proved Rose Wash cures sreret and delicate dia. orders in all their stages, at little expense, little or no change in' diet.no inconvenience and no expos, ore.' i It is pleasant in taste and ' odor.'imroediate in jts action, and free fr(m all injaxioasDroperliesila febai-dly '' , ' . .,?WtJSESiMxS. ' ' o irate A 'irhiTsii. 1 IT i .-.- A -. :i A T TJ F-. Mr -tr r r '"-tTT n .Tka8CHEB. "Mr." Ellsler takefc peaanre innnoaneing that he has oompleted arrangements for the pioducUe of the .highly successful, original grand, romaaUc. magical and spectacular .drania,-eniiUedth. 07i1 BLflfi ( tiRnnif-4 WITH,THE.JtKS.IoBS;S,N3A. DEMowrbSfrbE i .": r ,1 IH'lWnleteoeearsaboBt " T IV H 'SHli A ,ti,iJ-Ji ". -i-? WL LE 'AUG US Tk ''i " ; --li'Ti o M IbUiNOKJirTA JOVETTA,l.,fi 70T.rtHiiI i tmw HttSifelPvSWfl. i Entarely. new aad orgMtii cenerf'- f- Messlri. Frederick; htanfield aed iBiawa Jdoestiu ewand elegant cestumas. superb .steelxmors and armopal paraphernalia. - Intricate and novel mechanical appliaaeta.' Rich and dazilina? properties; subma rine od inondteenpti raeniters. tricki devices ind pyrotechnie designa. calciqni,aaidraain.ndAiht. New and beautiful -musiOt . r, 2 CR'AS'D'4BtACk: RODK K<thti , .ftl1 Ji.i. l i :T Tiiff i tense power, known as tj t Irj j-jlL'TT i iiti-H no iuo inviy 4 Ik.i urn ivhvw -u.i '-Mtoiin? tm tHORWTbth'e grtk't . Th'gli posessej sach wo'n'derfu of second fghVs Tto enab)p her, to. jun)?aii' n$rU the Pay chomot rope, guaran tees to produce jaHferljkepiotqre of jthe future ajjs band wife:ef tta applicant, together withrd&trof marpate, positioq in lije, Jeading ;traLT pf 'eh,aac ter, ta.fi Thja ia;po hnmbuz, as thonsand of testi monials can assert Sn will sendLwhen; desired a certified certificate, or writtea- giiu-antee. that the picture is what it purports to b.! By inelosi nrf m small, lock of hair, and statins plaoe of birth; age. disposition and, complexion; add, inclosUg fifty seats and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, ybtx wilL receive the picture and desired1 rnformatiod by return. maUv AH ' com u'iaaications sadredly ' eoirfi dential. : Address 'Ifl eonfidente.1'MAn:A3f'E'F. ThoentqT, P. O.Box223(, Hidson', N. YJ ;ifJ 'toai25-dawly''; 3i!i.:ui;i rji9 .-. i'ml 'Astrologis't. .lairVoyinlTand. Wychom6trician,yh "has aiton'ishei'ths I entlfic.,olissei: of.the 014 Wortdhas ' now tyittf $r4elf atVHuisoui; .JTk. Madame Thornton' pose?s4aieh Wunderfurpowiri :..Hid o'f iiihi 8ax,:h0;nffUt.r trance; an 1 'd'ete the.'vefy feitinreajof te ,peron jooV are I tmarr.,and: by tha aiJ,pf,,an iostrament of In- THE GEEAT FEMALI RfiMEDT FOB . These Drops are a scentifi'caHy eomponnded fluid preparation, and better than anyPins.: Powflershbr No8truma..' BeiBg liquidieir action is direct apd positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy' and cer ain specific for the cure of all pbstructions and Vop , essions of nature. i.Xheir popularity is indicated oy he fact that over lOO.OOQ bottles are annaally sqld and consumed by , the ladies of the J-nj ted States every one of . whom speak in ; the .strongest termsj praise of their great merits. They are rapidly tak ing the -place of every -pther Fetbale Remedy, and are considered by all who .know' aught of ibem-3 s the surest, safest and most infallible preparation i the world, for the cure of all female complaints, the removal of all obstructions of nature', and the pro motion of health, regularity and strength. 'Explicit iirections statine when they nay be used ;and ex "' lafning 1 -when ' aad : why"; they shoald noti" nor ;ould not he used without producing' effects coritra ry to nature's chosen laws,- will he found carefully : folded areor d each'hbttie; with the written" signa ture of John L. Lyon, without which' none are fan nine' ..ev ' i!j J v,:- ".Prepared fcy Dr. JOHN" L.LYO N, ' 195 Chae street,' New Haven, Corinv.; who1 can be consulted either personally, or by mail (inclosing stamp), ieoo oerning all private dieasea and female weaknesses SoldDy Druggists everywhere. . General Agents for U. S. and Cahadas.' :sep29-dAwly, HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT i r Is a certain cure for diseases of the! T. BLADDER.1 KIDNEYS".' GRAVEL.'1 DROPSY ORGANIC WEAKNESS; FEMALE COM-J: ; a n .PLAliSTS. XJaNERAJDEBUlLYi ,it andalldiaeasesbfthe"-! tnov I'.i.-'ri ';'f-t ? ijrina'ry dRGAi : whether existing ini, .fl ).,,..,.,' v.)( ,ik,r.j i I "'IJl!'.;! ! MALE-OR FEMALE,' :t-d .!! from whatever cause originating and up matter of Diseases of these organs require the use ofa diuretic. I .-. aia . . . Jf-no -treatment ia submitted to, CoBsunrption of Inaanitv ay. ensue. Our Flesh . and . iJlood are supported from these-sourceS, and" the -. - - ' ' ;;';;1ltd'ppike Ltbat of .Posterity, depends upon prompt use o ,' re- Established, upwards of 18 years-prepared by c 1 ft Si'. Hi T.fHllil01I,f ;,J 694 Brbadway.New York.and, . - "i ji ,-5, m youtu loth. Street; Philadelphia, PaV feb21-dly -.! -i.ft t'u n S' 1 1 . " " : ' ' " " - JAyOUNGXAAi)y to her country home, after a Sojourn of a few months in the Cityi was hardly- recognised by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face,' she had a soft ruby complexion of almost 'marble smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she really appeared bat eighteen. ' Upon inquiry as to tbe cause of to g" eit a change, she. plainly' told th cm that she 'used the Circassian Balm, and considered it an invalu able acquisition to. any 'Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Gentleman can improve. their personal appearance an "hundred fold 'It is' simple in its cqmbinalion, as Nature herself s simple. yet unsur passed in its', eflicacy. in, drawing .impurities frim. also healing, cleansing and peaatlfying the skin and complexion, t By its direct action, on the cuticle jt draws from it H iU impurities, kindly he'aling the same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended it should be, cloar.: soft, smooth and beautiful. Price $l.sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by . .W- LkCLARK. A. CO.. Chemists, ; j. ; No. 3 West Fayette St.. Syracuse, N. Y. . The only A merican Agents ior the sale of the sama. mar25-dawly f i-f-r. ;,'; . s- - ' . lUrtKLIG HOUSE OP.'""" ,a JAY .QOOKE ..& CO, Corner Wall A; Nassau Ste, Newlerk, In oonneotion with par houses in Philadelphia and Washington, we ; have opened , a .NEW YORK SOOSE at above location and offer our services to Banks. Bankers, and Investors for the transaction of heir business in this city, inclading purchases and sales of Goverkmbkt Seccrihes. Stocks, Bonds and Gold.' ; We are constantly, represented at the S tock Exchange and Gold Board, inhere orders seat usare promptly filled. Wekeep onhanikfullsupptr GOVRRNM ENT SECUR L fr S OF ALLlSSUES' urine and selling at current prices, and alTbwinr orrespondenta.the most liberal "rateia the market ' ' JA COOKE A CO , ma8-ly Aw ., t ",';.! ! nr. .-;: ; ; 1 .if t ivt f .'it 1 ;. ! i ., Housenold Necessity Exists for the DUBKO'S ' CATAURn gTUFFrr Which, in the first stages of a cold, acts like magid Headache,' Hoarseness, Dipthecis and Bronchitis Sore Eyes,;Dos,fne8s'J Bad' Taste and 'Smell, being the result of Cataitfi. 1 This Snuff removes and pre vents all these ;and injures' a" n'ealthy' Head. Its effects are pleasah't; and saf e even for infants who aflerromSnufflesy;;:;iuj''''., ;";) It has the liighestj professional testimonials.' Sof by all Druggists,' or sent by Mail to all parts of 8. or 30 cents for One Box. or tl for .Four Boies.?.. ' Address ma: JAS. DURNO. P. O. "ox 1235, r .,it oj !:.-.' New-orkCitT. At Wholesalejby PUMAS-BARNES A.COwi'J Park Row, New York-p K v:j , ; juneiydAw. HYGIENIC WINE, TWEGftEAT, jBIPORTEDTpNlC Used by the. best families througheutEorope; ; it Arprpyed.bjr. the- Imperial; School. f Medicine. Paris; '. , ,A r. V '.. Indorsed by fhe'ptwmnent Members bf the Atoeit ican Medical Association, at -their Convention, held inBaltimqre. May UUlSMjContvini 4w fyrtritt pf. any kind, and therefore , ...... :.it .t NOriT.OXICATG ITHE'tESTy It is prepared in Paris, from, pure 'Sherry, and adf taita ini ta composition only ionio' aromtttio an' tttorifwjt aubstaaces J i1 13 i..8b. c ,7i'-iu . - J ,' Ladies -will .find it delicious aubstituta fat th various tonics which; hava an-aloohoha body.. . t , r MUSCAT PERLE"is arare wine of most delight fut flavori 16 it thewreytties of a tnoat aelictcut orctpo, It surpasses in excellence any table wise ia the country- .Used in Europe for sacramental pur? Ir'VDcaa, vf u uiuu W)Viw aa ,wvi w SvU 4AA g iutv 1 W CikitoiAU,, Agents for Oklo. asa . . m,' rei aug8-doodly-a JONES & SON and HOUSTON A GAlib.SER. 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