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r.i i JJ f'VZLT CP TZtJS FOLLOW ISfd "Txi;r"ii"r.i.- - si Months. ............ 4 SO Teliv-et by Carrier, per Wft 20 ds aj-ri jifiXT brATsA., per year.... ..ft 60 - Bix month X S3 r?TlxmBtas....... v.. . 1 W rive cones on year...-,,... , 9 CO, sr. oop.es od y e&f -i.r. .... . I . .... .17 50 i weBt,y-w6i8 one year 00 ,1'if ty, copieone yea? l? [From the Crisis, by Request.] The Metropolitan Police Law. The Metropolitan Police Law. BY C. LOEWENSTEIN. The Metropolitan Police Law. BY C. LOEWENSTEIN. I. JSver tltice thr 7eiWen'ce of onr Oov. rurneot;lt Lai been the, boast and proud assertion of alecst -every. American, with-j ;-tros ciittncttoa csir -rty or pouucs." that! rfari 1$ carabie'of Feu-governtnent,1 ft was XI J 3 treat principle insrr&fted in the Decla-i jxatiott of Independence, which, ' in a- lonpj mnu etfnuus cuiuesv. oy vne revolutionary lathers o t rib a jcc a c try, ; was f access fully niHmwuHeu .pa ;eienaea,-ana truth iiica tue exiBSsaea cr our Government fo eighty-nine faa.gtjlt father .vindl jaiiea ana esiaoiisnea.,, ..... M ., jv 4,A n.ux. nia 13 capDje or peir-froverumen tbegreat fundamental; "prlncip!df a !nstltatior??fena,t5;irncterlsticof AmeN Hckri ioHty,thW principle, Us &V the very! . -foundation.. o,f ths Federal1 Constitution rr -id. pervades, the; Constitution, of , every i:ois latri-' Linioai xayj t vpry piri can oauracea in every bwhiiq 'Sioce tn . exlsierfee of tne EUtes, -and eaa'ba" Wehtl trsa from tfe hatiU tsasto'ras and .'fcecuiia clriricteristic tf "our,,;it).eople and . until " .Tfry.rpcp.nUy na ma would have dared to " cMUen.ethls reat Amerjcnn Jdea. , l La& uow,'in tlieso tnodern- and' 3egn4 ctes e tron jOTpjenfi: fcave not onlyj Openly attacked .thigrcat fundamental principle of tpp ilf.ajn Vbartck i lut have! format aBdselfh fnotive, and Xor-meri 1 show 0 tbJ nr!d,:fcy le-islatlvoactM that aTcrtionof .tWAraerlcaa pecplsf are no lonarca """Kow. , whether the people o claim d to b rh th -aiY::re-ato people tften or to ; on -wctate, or merely et one community, 1 im joaterial when considered -ill.''. connection f trith the grea.t principle , iaVol ved, and the .Importance of the question -at issuer VAnd avuether it be tf ce or not. the question here n. ,m .tia;..w k.fj.;j. .i.. ill t i r5L .ares .orare not Jooer capable or covernH lag. Ahemsclves, ba whether. their-; fepref eeentatlves have the lf'ril riht -and authors to act and pass, upon the Question-: at Alt l. illepreseiitativea are merely the agents --ena servants ot the people' and wnat the "-'toeODlefno' longer themselves vcan do: tbei 1 are:: alsQ4 incapable s of doing through, the tagencjof othetwr If, thereiWthe peof 'pleofanycityof community can ho Iongi- r betrusted with selecting thelrown poi Ueeroen':-taT watcH andrpuard over tlieir live and property, they can also then cei tainly, no longer beUrusted; with .choosing men tb , select rsuch' for them In short! il they be lncapabl-e4-anaglng their own -local and oomestio affairs,' -howwucb; less thov nflhi of nntit.rihiiHfsi-'nf nn'rf.TnL ? Ipatlnfta the so Vernment of the ailaira of -Others r ihv -H Toe samenght wuicn tue people or otn cr cities have, be they larger orsrnaller; of .Dd class, such as Xenia, to manage their own local affairs, the tame . rl-zhthaytt'also 'the people of Colambui and Toledo there can, pc do alstl action, in favorjOt auy city, eto, exclude, the sam ) from the operation of general law ; and whether - that distincf I tion arises- from the varied -size,' situation ror circumstance of the different cities; or is made" direct, is of .no moment, If such dis i ti action does exist.- a law creating such Ik t not warranted by the Constitution of Ohiot. If the people of Columbus, without theif ump.it. -r-h uu rifr,T4vrx) nt-th right to eiect;tbeir"owir, policemen, upon t.hf vpr camp prrv t.hf rnair atai h ri. "prlWibl the, 'right tochWse' thel'own tcre8ehtaUves ;. tiie act Involves thelatne principle In the one as in the Other, and7 14 -Sanctioned la neither by -the. fuhdameatai Via- of the land. x N v : h .- i, , That the o-caliea 5 Metropolitan Police i Iw is a oconstitutlonah is" obvious from a i . j- t r ucav uiiuii ,icaouup . -- . i -toms, habits, cbaractgrrrSU traditions of 4! the people, and in direct conflict with th$ pastern of our political insUtutions. ;.j ; Fa Sfeondly It is at: variance: and in con-.-filet with the recognized fundamental prin ' ' .lpleg of." ourjSovernmenti;;1.' x 1 ' iVt Thirdly-r-U 4. in conflict with tbe fund--tnentallaw of the land, and not warranted I ; Frbm tthe very , eartUst. history oC'ptir vcountry,' too people have been acstonid --to the right of free local - ael fgoveritment ; and -whilst even in the times of the CoIop jiilethe British Government exercised the TigB-and. prerogative to appoint the Govt- rifrno'ri, Jtnd chief .offlcera-of the Colonies,. it jnever I claimed,. or pretended -to have .tbfe -j right to appoint oGcers for the- local gos't- Jerrrmentof the people; and from the very VfirstseUiementoCthUcouatry-therfght.to ' select i and choose their own local pt3cers asver exercised and jealously maintain- E"d by the people, and with; 'rare exception eever wisely conceded and granted, t-bem by -Jae:BriUsh Governments j - vf !; r.-.-nh v,?.-. - iis fe jgiy to' local sflF-governmerit bas -rrcrown up, wlthHthef'peeple,iandibecome - ridentiftediwith the-oolitvof our instltn-4 i'tIo;ns,;and has' been' the :very .means and cause of forming and shaping, the lofty and -.liberal ideas, habits, customs and character of .the1 'people; ;r and' th? history of ;this y cbuotry. traces and dlTectly, afslgns'ta' the free local self-govemmeut of tuepeople the cause and the means which opposed ffdoverthTewBritlslrauthoTlty," and esi- t fablisbed the Stater; the independence and I ptrfient-Govermnentof -our country. j .jnlt was this tradltlopal birthright which" and developed th'e great Ameri- can idea toA the now "fixed lundaniental . tnaxim that man Is capable of self-govern-r 'tment;",aiid . there. Is throughout, all'the T cjiangcs in the government and condition .of the! people hot a single ; instance. pr: pre " cedentto. be- found, where, they were ever .'forcibly deprived or com Delled to surreni-1 der the fight to choose and select their dwh 1 local officers; ' " ; - -' ( The history ofc went showsj that before there were States T vr evenchartercdpolonies, Uiere.were dls- tlnct 6elf-go verb ing communities,6 as'for Jnstafice Salem and Boston -and the laws and regulations of the onoweri'uO morp binding bPOn the people'- of the other than ' 'tfte tatrte8 of Ohio are npon th people pf : vetmont-'Ana -when, oy- charter or the -erowii, the territory of:i these 'several dls i tlnctJ cioinmunities were raised Hod united -itoonecolonyf they 'still 'continued, as far as their local ' government was concerned, " -ilndependent-Of each other. 5 b v-.i t-. 1 -o-wben tho Colonic declared themselves independent State, the sovereignty? It' -trne, -vested intbe State as a ahole, and not - flrf't.hA Vnn nt.ipa'Or r.nmmijnif.5fa; hut th surrendered to the-Oenrrat -Government ; tfrta1a enumerated) rights and powers-p tSuchas lo' regulate commerce, naturaliza tion, coin -money, -es tab! ish postofiices, de clare warj etc. -they reserved to themselves 'rttjl other powers not specifically delegated to -the General Government, such as to reg ulate arid determine the relation of master and servant; pareat and ctrlld, guardian and -ward; ezteiitor and beir,'and all others a State cbaracterj or -relating to the domes , tic affairs of the State. , Nqw, whilst the State government vested exclusively with all these right, and Is theenly power which can within limits make and enact laws, yet there are Tcertaih-' rights whioh even State power can not in fringe,upo a, and .which, though not specifically enumerated, are inalienable, aud forever inherent In the people. rt-ltwfll certtlnly not be claimed by 'any One that the Legislature has the legal pow icr to-enact law and prescribe to any - all cities trowi wide-; they shall make thelrJ Etreet8.how high build their houses, wbeth- er of wood or only,of stone, whether their , streets musT De paveq or graveieuiigjueq 1 by gasor'coal-oiriamps how pftenahdoi wbat; days pnlv tbey shall hold .markets, ... - 41,1 M f-a I, ",'...: . -.U - ,.3 . - - . , and so forth. ... , ..,,., 34JThe city; 'with. its privileges, and ippur; 'tenanfees. belong to the citizens and. Habitants' thereolV to' he 'sametextent that thq to wnsbip, virtually belong ta the resi dents of the township ; and the same right ' whicli tbe'peorlecf the township haye sav who shall be their mazistrate and con stable' to preserve the peace and-guard theirlgnw-sneame -Tig!n nave tire peo ple cf-ajt!t7'ch09BfjtUe'rna'.!'s4)j4l' . .watch over their hoasea and property- " , In early tkaes,. when no BUta or Colordil -iOovernmeat wa TCS established ton continent, and each town Of city formed -I '.much a .distinct ad, Independent eommu i ultv as noweacb. Stata does, on-any occa sion' when fsr nortantbasIncHSWastotran- fl..L-.i Tc. ,.c.,o o,.,i fttnXJlMrlLU wh'aln Stl1 . . - i a. ho a f ' " "" '" ' ' 1 " '; - k " ' - 4 Jin 7. I J ) i y J:o J.j -:.-') M'8 YA 11 . 1 finiic'iacl I'.li BlrS:'. oi!J ul hi-V. 1 10 -iOi'.h .i u J ! ' -r-r COLUMBUS,. OJilTiXJESPAYMQitNI NG, .RIA1CT67- NO. 271. .'1 r fa TWT1 J .'IfI . Vaiiii?.' t ?: a . 1 oy-A 1 1 a , r 1 t H L ., .00 iOKj ... VCi-W 1 Vl 1 114 t K-JUy J'J 1 11 lt Kl lit 11 vA,-i,'"i 02 .Oil r, -i.'.'. V .t'" qUizcq. assembled Jq,; the market place, court or town ball, anfl all 'participated di rectly In the administration ot affairs. When, by-and-by,' the several commuoities were united Intorone commou wealth, orby charter erected Into.oneicolonyit becaate inconvenient to assemble all. tha eitlyenpf tU whole colony, in pn plaoo for tbf) trans- actlon-or, bus Iej8,,au ctne, pcopie p Vf 8.everal ton& and pitiea selected; thei-dci-1 cj;abca, vt .Ef isuauv cs, nuu nua ciu- powered t"d transact all business relating to the commonwealth toj-them-wlaliLikeir localiirabBUUxerattiui(xl; t Kovrm and transacts idirmlrri themselves; and wheq, by:and-byttle towA or city grew to such sIzq that it was impossible Or irtcon venlenttQ assemble the'nl all for the trans ac tio ri of business, tb$ Mme'recoars wa bai to agents or; rep f esen tati ves' to 1 ref rcsert t them Id'thtf city'sssebibly. aS twfctre was had to 'represent' theni -In the colonial1 as-feembly-tbas teatotfeli' presertte tbeir Tlht,-either3 themselves' er-' thronhr tlie agency of otfrers, directly to- go tera "their fowri local affairs. s " ' hi.i3n ''At'first the people felt relbctant Ifrceia ate tflelr righU aand powers ellwand wheii, ftrially circumstancea&Bd necessities compellcsd them to ity circamscribed aad limited the powess of. their xepresentatlyes as lauch m poesible; aijd besides reaerved tharigUttalnstract ithenj; oa any subject and occasion,, Tbua was, that .the; eary cploqial gsaenibliea, wexa generally, vestpd only wUh, very .limited , power's; , but,wbn the Colonies declared themselves, and-became independent States, and the exigen cies or the time required tnat toectei cn?wme equi?(?, W'oWWjas partIrtends,eterminedto' ftemWIeashoukl.bo vested with greater and more genera powers, we people, ever jeai- meatflocked around lot safeuard fk ths tbeir traditional birthright, and therefore Ingrafted lnJ;helr earliest, jCpnstltutlon tbat ell lawe- should oo ot general char acter and unlformapplicatlon." This would preyent the, enactment-of any law which would. secure advantages to one locality ror community at jthe expense of the jithers.T- I . I W 6 r oui Ana nuraensome ro cna neonie. it Deinor i lot uniform aDDlication . throughout the ; whole commonwealthi'the people in every section of th$ State would have the' same interest to. nave as soon as possioie tne eyii 'remedied by baving the act mod 1 lied or re- 'pealedV'' "'.'""'" ;J:i-i-1 ;V'1' ' A? w true these ptlnclpieof Government, " j la nirorm fPPHcatlon throughouc the" federation, and the laws of a State of ttniformapplication throughout thO State,and that the people fhould have toe right to govern--their own Eair8 and xfaoose all local .officers themselves,, were laid down and adopted by theathereof thU country , at a time .when party interest did net determine the actions and .way the, eonsiderattons ofmenjas .muchjas Howa-days, and when the people the different wet-Ion and localities ; of our i country, stood, by. each other, ever ready to protect and defendT each, other In their local rights and privileges. .Then a wrong Infficted upon" Boston was a iyrong upon all Colonies, bntnow an!ontrage com mitted upon ' the people of Columbus be comes a day of jubilee- to Xenia and - Cin cinnati.-'1 : U1 ' i' a ". ,: - ;; U It is!tru'e,'tlnles may change but princi pled never changed The right of sett-gov-erhmenfc was by the fathers of this country laid' down-ar the bsls of our polity, rand byJthem declared the fundamental law of the lands vjiy it they recognized the right of. tha people -to choose their own local ot- ficers-iaad govern their, own local, anairs. I Atus traflitionai oirtiirtgnc has Deea MW jfd idawn untTameled ..from father ;tp; sou ; J it .. has 6hapeu sod , moulded, the habits. character, and ideas of, the people, formed th system i of ourgoyernmenf, and Is ldep- with, the htory of, our country. tlence1thl3 right of local self-government, being--the- highest, tha traditional, f urtda- mentariavf of theland; the people -of 'Vo- 1J riobus caniiot be deprived ef it by the ser- !1 act of a nartisaii Ieifialattife. ttf i i . mt.: j , The Metropolitan Police Law. BY C. LOEWENSTEIN. I. Visit to Clifton—Reception by the Hon. George H. Pendleton and ' tfromr tieCiBoInnati ComnaeroUl.: Thwrsday.I ' -Tin, t-ri r?t5tAf - nMiaii ',i,lltr three hundred public and private carriages. winding up -Vine street hill, or rumbling In I long lines, along the 1 avenue. These ve hicles donlalned at least aJthousahd gentle ? men and v ladles, . including our guests of the r American Medical Association,- their brother professionals of this city, and nun- dreds)f prominent citizens.. The day was Very fine,' With a cool' bracing air. that made the drive doubly pleasaou- The sun was shining brilliantly when the carriages of the stranger guests reached the crest of the hill, near the Bowler mansion, the home of their distinguished host of the day, Hon. George 11. Pendleton; ''The -sky was clear, save in a few places, Nvhere white clouds held their own, and the day-god threw a strong- volume of light down uponnhe yolume beneath them They had seen the glorious C1U ton, these guests from aecore of . States and a dozen' great cities, and .had wondered; but when the brow of :the hill L wesWforjnapy smiles, lay4 the magniricent valley ,J radiant In 'all-Its' dlOramic lovell orfgihated nese. - To the north and to the south they could -see the line of the magnificent ave- beautiful as those they, had, surmounted This view alone, we imagine, gave them o . idea of, the, loveliness of Cincianatra ub- nrbXthat can-never be. effaced by, any, rof the rival beauties in scenery of Newiprk, Boston, or Philadelphia- .Sj:., ,M ,A f.,.: A At halfrpasfcutwo of the afternoon : the carriagest , commenced . arriving at Mr. Penjdlenton's residence, and, for fully.-.46 wo hours, the line of vehicles . waa.-endlese, as is suddenly gave to them such a magnificent view, as even Mount Zemolo could: not rival, with all its neighboring, valleys of luxurious yineyaras, ;they halted long to look and wonder and admire, . AU around them were the. parks, hedges, lawns, loun tains,'7'' lakes,, mansions, castles,. . and palaces', ..of 'Clifton, : while- .beneath, retcning iar away to tne nortn, soutn ana one to the right our gloomily-, beautiful eity of. the dead, to the right and left the : tracltot tue iron horse, over which rushed they: rolled through the principal gateway, passed the porter's lodge, and bowled along overt the broad avenues: and under the widely spreading trees,; untill they reached the terrace ot the mansion, and tor at least two hours Mr. Pendleton and his esteemed aud accoinpl ished lady stood at the en trance to- the north drawing room and received their guestsvith-an-elegant courtesy that ...was remarked py an. By o'clock the palatial mansion of I is its I or J I I r.wr .44,4. aughtnmg train, ana over to.tne west the woo - nin s T aainM.Aln1 "V- I lo almAflf AS five nTclock tne naiatlal mansion was dpnfip.lv crowded.' and all over . the manv who had been presented to their host and S hostess, and invited to enjoy the liberties of the house and cn-ounds. - There were pres ent many of the most prominent of or cit izens, with, their.. wive3 and young lady daughters,' as Well as scores from A vondale, Cllltort' ana Mount Anburn. -There were doctors and surgeons by the hundreds, dig nified. Judges, .statesmen, . prominent law yers, wealthy merchants and. bankers, and retired uentfemenof am pie means a, big gathering of big people, in' fact, Many7 of the ladies were eiegantiy. attireci 111 costly I- laces. rich-Satins and beavy ilks and aci ded, with their many1 graces, to the charm ing features Of the day. ' .' . . ' Most ot the euests,.the strangersjn par- tlcularderlved ; a ' great deal ot pleasure frorn tour- of; the extensive grounds, through the floral beauties of the conserva tory, the cavernous grottoes, over the lawns and down by the , lake, where - the black swanawere curious to look upon. On the front terrace a band gave out charming music - On the balcony in the- rear of the house, was spread a fine collation; and oyer the marble tues oi tne central nan joyous couples passed an hour. pleasantly ! - UM. J i 41 1 .1 in aancmg, waua wuwus lu.tuo, uianiyg room looked on . Air about seven o'clock the assemblage commenced ' to . thin itself; but - the night was far advanced before , the . last of. the guests had taken their departure, bearing with them a recollection not easily lost a day of great pleasures tb i as a ' i-.fIa all veryiSretl7talJc,wsald a recent ly married old hacheiotv wno naa jusc nn Ished reaaing an essay on tVnman." last as heavy milliner's bill was presented to hirn-r.lt'8 all very pretty this cultivation ot women, but such a charge this -for-bonnets is rather a heavyiwp-; 4rf ssingi in mylvjigvuent , -,; v- !: ': ' - ' 1 ' ' ' Jascksori -county,. -lli'sburC1 poor house now contains fifteen tiegroes;! It wa opene4'alK)attwoTxionthtinceVi.i:d6i ' iL Sf,irnr7f - THl The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the Exposition---Sunday in the The Ladies' "Lavatory" at the Exposition---Sunday in the French Capital---Parisian Eccentrics --Retirement of French Actresses to Convents. ntslng information i 00 is too " A Paris Exposition letter to the London b2Y)wcontaliis the following rather embar- Xhe great lavatory, conaDHcaUxl tobe.dls- ;cusged!bere;jbut there ia such .au .outcry, -at least among all Englighraenr agaiast the .discomfort of. present . arrangerxxentSyitbat Jt is impossible to pas3 it by Ypuare aware that the circumference of the building is - a series of restaurs o ts, (entered .'from .with icutj and. aH- round it is an immense mar tuise or verandah.: under which,-. whetv-the i weather is fine, those .who- partake of re' .fresbmentsi.. will . sit ; injgreat c numbers! Even in this hideous weather people sit of i a night on the boulevards peiore . the caw la ranks three and four deep. Under the rmarouise that soes round .the exhibition obuildlng they .will in a very short time de vseea sitting and lounging about It crowds. b Here; and, there, but at rare intervals, as under the marquise,' we strolr among the l crowd,! we come' to adoot with: the wbrd 'Dames' upon -a signboard stretching oUi .from it.' ihe continuity i the. circuit 1 restaurants is for a little space interrupted In order to providethls place of retirement "Is "It retired? ' The door, of it is,: like the doorof the next restaurant, in the midst Ot "the3 gayest-throngs? the door :1s also ot 'glass; and lt-ls setln a wall of glass. One can scarcelv imacrine an English ladr eo 'Ing' fnto such a. place going Into a glass house" through a -crowd 'of men tippling ;peer ana oranay, aDsmtne ana,verm.outD,. . The Belgravla Magazine has nn article f Orrthe observance of Sunday by the 'work ilngpeople of Paris.:-We' quote J iThoa rsands of- decent shop-keepers,: with' their iwives and children, troop out to the pleai ant little villages around Paris, and make themselves thoroughly happy, under the simplest conditions. Perhaps their desti nation: may be , Sceaus; tor Fontenay aux T?irt Thorp, ftr artnrAh nthPr nto 'hu - - ;sides Sceaux to which the Jiabitiie of the Boulevards soon learns to bend his steps when. in search ol a change or of .fresh air. vPassy, heiovea or journalists and ; politi ..clans, is within very easy reach. For, six sous an omnibus conveys one from any. part ot the city; ana once arrived, there is restaurant, with a deliciousljrfrcsh garden - in Which to eat, 'and with a cook who might - be coveted by some of the pretentious hotels f in the heart of the town. A short walk through the Pare where, on fine days,:the 'great Rossini may, be seen pacing about In ; the ,sun while, describing to a casual friend .his inimitable method cf cooking, macca . ronl brings one to the village of Boulogne, from .which , the Bols takes its name ; Thence another stroll of half an hour or so through the by paths of the wpod carries . the voyageur to St. Cloud.. :; From the first to "the, last Sunday of that month a fair ot the "most obstreperous kind is held within the Farev -almost' under the very windows of the palace a fact which makes' it easy to i Understand fwhy the Emperor should find - the waters- or- V ichy beneficial- xd bis con .stitution during that month, and why the impress snouid De so anxious to j-efresp i) herself after the fatigues of tlie season, by the sad sea waves at Biarritz. The fair it self IS the noisiest of all conceivable gath Some years back Paris had a number of c eccentric characters, but they are dropping . oa one Dy one, and no new ones spring up , to replace them. ... First, there was a broken down gentleman dressed in hideous; rags. who used, day after day, and from morning to night, from year's end tv: year's end, to4 -pace round, the galleries of the Palais Boyf-1 ai; ne went no where else, .and where--he ate' and' TwDere!-he slept no one knew'. " Next, there was a poor, crazy Italian, who), 1 in winter and summer, in spring and - ani-: to nan, in rain and 6bow, as well ai in sun t shine, used- to figure ':in a light nankeen dress and white hat,, with a ; Wreath.' of , flowers real in summer, artificial in winter, round the hat and another round bis neck. Thirdly,', there' was an r American scholar, lean," lank, 'gaunt and scraggy, dressed ' in a long black gown and a black skull cap. He used to pass hisrlife in the public libra ' ry, with piles of. books before him. .It was believed he was compiling a French and an American dictionaryi but, though. he toiled for yearsland years, the work never was .'completed. .These three men are gone how. .Then there, was an old -gentleman whom r the street boys used to call General Rifliard, who strutted about the streets attired in gorgeous military . . uniform, .with a Dig 1 sword clanking at his heels. :rThe 'uniform "was unlike any worn in any . Eiiropeau : army but woe to anybody who dared to make sarcastic observation, on It the Gen ' eral flew ' at him like a tiger. This, poor " man lived ' in my part of theJ lowni and ' he had an ugly habit of ': stopping to 1 talk to people , he did not ' know .and , if they , showed a desire to get ,Away..rom hlm,,Jie used - to put,.hls nana menacingly on his swora. . lie-too, ""has eohe to a better world. There is now " only one eccentric, and he is called the Per - elan. He is so designated because ie wears the Persian, costume and the Persian head gear in black sheep-skin,' He is a venera ble old gentleman, with a fine beard, and scrupulously neat and, clean.. He is pas sionately' lond of music; and Is, to be seen every night at one or the other'Vofi the ..opera-houses, seated always , in the. very "best places. He, is also, frequently to be found sauntering on the. Boulevards and " the Champs Elysees. He has the reputa tion or oeing ;weaitny-. let this man. thpughln iParis: more than thirty years, - though he is 1 well known -by sight to: all . Parisians,, has uever-never been seen .speaking to a living soul. He frequents the . jjaUnts ot meuvet snuns tne communlcn- r-Krtn ;uk mm " " . ,: .... . I ' . Kill Maaaztne savs; Manv French actresses T have passed from the stage to the cloister " when their beautjr and - renown , were their most brilliant periods. ' Others have .-withdrawn into a seclusion almost as com- . plqte, observing ia the world, the strictest j.pietana giving tne most virtuous exam ple. Mademoiselle Colombe distributed the blessed bread' to the congregation of her parish churchJ' The notorious-L-a Maupin n'and' the-vivacious- Luzy- assumed 'the veil, and put the. conventual gate, between : them and the world, where - tney uad .tfloured iu a very: different lino of, .char . acter. In the last century Mademoiselle Gaultier-retired ' from ,the stage, public ly annouofced her conversion, and became a sister ' or " tne ciarmente oroer- Lyons. Half-a-dozen of her fair "tol leagues, but less richly endowed as acf stresses, took courses nearly similar. ! : Sora .-among us may remember : Madame,. Gonr thler,the bouncing buxom, hearty,hilarious actress of the Varieties ia its brightest times.' With all the jollity of character ' above' indicated, Mauame Gonthier was j sincerely rigorous ' in the performance - all her religions duties; -- She was profound lyin earnest when, being about to play 1 new part 'lor the first time,' she crossed - herself as she stood at the wing, and mur mured, with an emotion that was not all feigned, nor even . ridiculed by the comrades who respected her, Mon DlexC faite'moi 'la grace de bien savoir rtvm role me grace that I may well know my "part! ' Since Madame Gonthier's time, the 'distinguished tragic actress; talon ah Ley, - ot the Odeon, took the veil,'and fnanj other-ladies of 4egs note, but of equally serious , tboughtfulness, have quitted the brtlliant, bustling stage, and passed away .into the . calm, quiet life of the convent, and have been content therewith." - , . , .. ' ,. " Pretty Speech. of as I ' ''"" The following pretty, speech wa3 recent ly made by a bridegroom: ., ' . 4,T0-day I shake band3 with the past. live henceforth in future joys.; An'un- ' known door is opened, and I enter an abode of beautitude. I am confident of the fu- . ture. The shadow of the present shall ..upon It even when my bride and I have grown old, and invest it with, sunset glo ries,,,. I may not deserve the good have won. Love is hot won. It gives self, and if not given, no wealth, genius. beauty, or wit, no gold of earth or gem heaven is rich enough to purchase it. LOv ing thee, my bride, my heart shall keep Tbld meniorles like the sea shell its wonted melody. Love's music steals On'ns , dawning light, which all over the heavens spreads and invests the world with beauty and glory. The road that led on through the unknown future was dark and drearvc but celestial splendor, now". lights up. gloom ; and the fair bride, her spirlt-self, Peri at the gates of Paradise,' invites "orrward' and upward to a, life pf -purest pleaaurcs and datles of benencence." . An Abandoned Ship Drifting for Twenty Months. The "TJiare de la Loire has recevedcomh- municatlon of a very singular fact in a let ter from CJaptain La Itoche. dated Porte Ca- bello, Caracas, iJannary Oth,J 1867? 'It ari- peared,that Captain Cadleras, fcOmmaridlng Kr tanKhAMdW "Lv Ilia -An o rrvA T i it MAih trtfr trade, bad found stranded bn th coast itioi ions, uismasceu, -wiiu xne? letters If. I r otC- the : stern, "and ; freighted wltjr J del planks.-vOri one pf these there1 ;wk's' an ia scrlption in French" to the: effect' that the ship bad beeii met at sea on May 4th, 1865, oy rcaptaln Samson, ; ci the'jMarSiiJof Bor deaux; whoi after aVala attempt ' to tow it alongKad abandoned the task: as hopelcss. lttouows tnat to. vessel must nave-navigated ifisfelf without-any crev'duiing the twenty months-' between May;' 1865; and Jantay,, 1867, to ti'ritt ashore at Jast On the Talking and Writing. ' To' 'talk well.1 and tb wrlte!weil. ar4 bulte distinct accomplishments, .although they are sometlpaei Tound .united to1 a high de gree In.the.'sathe'.ibdLylduar.r, qrte,.bow eyer, Jt Is qulte'otiwlse, ; Poor Goldsmith occurs 'as b familiar Example, The obser vations he let' fall li (iompany with his lit erary . colleagues. jWre-lBp notoriously flit that he 1". wrote like an. angef and 'talked like poor' POlt." ".Other. Tgreat .talkers, famous.. wjte,,. bavb wrltteu ,so , initio that their reputation rests on .ion mJj. aid aoecdotea V recbrded'., by:" others, ;. But great talker is algd A, great even when a ; writer, it is rarely tnrougn nts pwn , tvi otno' Hiot vara " a rvvotf a rn';' Mo Arwx -Re- mams" that we appreciate his , conversa tional apuinea. , ,tt e awj mat privilege, so the bands of camp- fOlfofera who'pick cledn the bones of 'diseased celebrities 'John son's reputation in this respect, owe&inpre to uosweu Dan.it aid to nimseu., xne un reported talker shares "thO fate;. of," the singer; after his departure from the ,'sCene, his fame remains a matter or lattn and tra dition, .which,, people believe "in' because Uiejr fathers .have., told them, so, put .tpe prooi oij wnicn is ioreyer siienceav, . ... The Fire in Wooster. a The ;fire.in vWoo8ter.QhiH oa Thursday morning, last, broke,' out in .the store-room of S.: W. Ineraham &Co in France's brick building -oj .West, X,lbertyj. street, ; The cause of the .fire is unknown. ..The store room was soon: a mass of liames .from one end to the other, the floor burning through to the cellar, and . the lire running , UD the . .. ' .w " . . - walls of the Democrat printingorflce, which is. in the rear portion tof the building Its further progress-! was checked by the.iyigil- ance and energy qi the firemen. . -,;.i; i.t Thefollowingare the estimated losses py the fire : o The ;stock, of Messrs Ipgrabani fir. Col is almost & total loss--ambuntin? to about $.,000, on which there; is insurance f 17 nnn. sii,0fr .t n TTr0n nioner f rV'tr""' r? r: damage to the- property,: and $2,200 in papers deposited-in, the store desk total, f 1 7Q0, no insurance ; Kite E. Harris, grocer and produce dealer, occupying, ware-room first .floor back, $ 200," fully insured? Denio crat office' by,fire . and water, $20Q, covered py insurance. riam jjecuer, -;tu.;:j,imji ; is rscoMif :o'to Bea lA-y. Mil Tin. : -. A. .-j-j! .;; i, . ;.: cut', o i-yyh Hi' J j a t.i -'J J VJ-H j '1 V FALL AfiD WINTER -GOODS. R'..7i il TDE:0H10 MERCHAST :r! x 1 O-. i". on i. 1 1 Ii V il.tr, . ." f:.-i: CLOTHING CO,i N 0 d 8, 9 PE R A H 0 U S E B LO G K , B.M.t. .. w . a Soutta Uigb Street, Celnmime. ow, Take leave respectfully t6 tender their thanks to the public for the liberal patronage bestowed oa their establishment since1 its commencement, and to as sure their natrons, that their efforts shall ever be to render entire satisfaction, by making np garments, warranted to De Trom nrst Class gooas, oy competent Workmen and to fit accurately. . We a'B now receiv ing, and, shall continue to do so, weekly earing the season, i..,,. ... . ,,. - OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK. ; f in at of a at V ,4Glvc : For Overcoats and Business Suits H. i.V i. l.-.i;::-. i . ' "V:1 Esquimau i. F. nd H. Beavers, Pilot ClothsHeavy Tricots, Castor Beavers, Chinchillas, Heavy Milled Doeskins. Harris Cassimeres. Also, the most elegant assortment of plain and lancy labnec. tor Imported from England, France, Belgium ;- and Switzerland, ever brought to thiaoitv. To all which we invite the attention of the centlemen of Uolum- bus and the sun-oandingoonatry,' assuring them that onr faeilitWa. with being workmen ourselves, enables us. not only to keep better I roods, bat to selUJttBAP sb than other nouses in the city, , ? ' M READY M ADE D E P A RTsVl E N T '' In the line of Beady Made Garments, oar Stock complete, and in this connection we desire it to he understood that we keen no bhodd j. or Eoods of in ferior grades, all being manufactured to order, and expressly for this establishment. - THE GENTLERIER'S FURICISHIXG DEPARTKENT is replete with ever article pertaining to the Gen- tleman s outht. ' J.i. . ' THE O. M-T A C. CO aprl7-deodlyrO . j ... , ; -j ,. . l. 8ISBKKT. ' - ':- j. v. liuw. SIEBERT & LILLET, BOOK BIHDERS, . : BLAIVK BOOK llASUFACTURERS, AKD SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, : SOUTH HIGH ST., OPESA HOUSE BUILDINO, . janisi-eodly: ' ... 1 ; ; i ' COLUMBUS OHJO, I fall I it of its Paving1 Notice. To all whom it may Concern: ' 'i CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, . Columbus. O., April 29, J867.(. Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus for making the followingomprovemenls, to-wit : For graveling on Fubhc alley from Fair alley Water stteet '- a .; Z Also, for grading and graveling the- roadway Straight alley from jiiroad street to JSorth rublic Une. '-""". . " ' ' ... : The samB to be done in accordance with piars and estimates to be prepared by the City Engi neer, and filed in the office of the City Cleri-. All Terson8 claiming damages on account of said brimosedimori'Vements. -are reamred to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on before the Fourteenth day ot June. a. u. J7. , , . Ai. Hi. W lLihOI. inay&-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. 7o all fDtKtun it may concern: v. :. ! . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, - , Columbus, 0.. April 22, 1807.) Notice is hereby given, tbatproceediogsbave been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the followinaMmprovements, to wit : For grading ana pavini gutters and crossings, and . 1 1 . .4 Hant.. 4 I UO'4 n mj vi v- -4 North Public lane. Tk. no in a tn he dona in accordance with rdats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer, and filed in the othoe c r the uity uierk. All iwnnni claiminer damaaes on account of said proposed improvements, are required- to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on before the Bixth 07 or June a, u.".--''!! apr25-dltaw4w ' City Clerk Paving Notice. To all whom it may Vonoomi like the a roe CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.F t r . : Coltmbus, O April 23, )867s ; 1 Notice is hereby given, thatproceedingsh&vebeen Instituted in the City Council of. Columbus, making the following improvements'. to-wit ,. For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks, gutters and crossings on the south side of College tita. from High street to Center alloy. Also, for grading and paving the sidewalks gut ters and crossings on, Lagrange street from North PnhiiA lutato MaPle streets -. .k . : -: i rT . Also, for grading and .graveling tha roadway, Frank street from the National road to the north west corner of W. m. Monypenny'a stable, situate said street. , ,-: ' - --' The u. ma to be done in accordance with slats estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, and. filed in the office of the City Clerk. All iMiriinna claiming damages on account of proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the.office of the Clerk, in writing, on nelore tne eixtn aay ox j une, it. ioi. aprS5-dIUww - - -City Jlerk. b Fl IfACLE ! i5f nnrpr tit nn pnnprnTi rilEOlUlfllIMzl.il fol ? n .-? 1 f w '. ! irhb V uiiiumiu ASSOCIATION. y,,ua Incorporated '$yihe LflstaU& 'oy Virginia V;!J tl il .r'Ji'li.TO-i rr -jn-. out trtMirivii f t rt' Ollit ifJiiJMlLti vr. -rr-v-: '-'' GIVE!? TO' TUX tOUTtrSRlT okvhaxj& fr has kWith U.Liiv'i 1 'i enog ; tiiin i.in 'rinite 6FFfcfensOPTnE4fbrjTiGii2iiw Bkiv(and ciaaat'ioa of tb desutat orpbant of deceased Southern loldieri and sailorv eroeUy cniicitth ymrthy D(J co-operation in oar Orao f resentatioa tJonoert, or all woo desire ' to jee '"Home and Scbool enabled to receive and air fot -all needy onea who eek it shelter and protee ioiv. I V it is tha-desifta pf thi AioiaUon toerect a Home and School for the orphans ef. the South, both male and female 'on. in extensire scalej in the eity of - KioHftetd.'?aJ a aw 'indnoetDeol to hare the baiWins located therev tha Uommea Council of that 1 eityhave guaranteed ten acres of land in an eterafr- ed and nealthlul. location, and wil incrsase'tno ' onantitr of land if needed.-;-' 11 T.'l.. lot OiTjt ia with acemfidsnt hope in ft frvtorableTesponw . -ta th,s-am3ara a Dobtie wbica aas aeyet ret failed r,to sastainacbaritabieinstitatio'nk that we have eo- j tual Frosontaiion Concert fo it benefit and earn-' estly. solicit the kindir & and. patranage ot tno ..publio to ensure its success. - . , )-..,- ; ' - It tn&v iieem unnecessary to add a sinffle word to " te above, but the call upon the Institution hare " ieen so numerous anl messinr.' and ha etrostle . j throagh which it is now paasiot to. widen the oircle-f . rf its chanties is of such, an arduous nature, that th manaeement cannot too (trone.y nraenpon the -"humane and lympathe everywhere, an aotirepar o t cioation ia this additional attewnt to alleviate the -- saoonditionfof great numbers of helpless children, . rendered hns. bjj the terrible war through which "we have- Dasaed. ' And assuredly; whatever may ' hare been the- relative' V-lihoax. Tiews of iadies and cenUemen; heretofore, ill e?ust agree that tbej . children referred to ooald notw. by any possibility,"! have had anv aeencvin brvnunz about their present derlorable and destitute condition, and a e ultablo orqeets far thai charity of all . persons of whatever -I1UKJ.U1 UUUBIW VVIUIUU. AW J4V1U..4JU UVUUVI . which they .now. more particularly, seek to ejtab lish and endow, will be of incalculable- benefit b.v 'providing Botnly food and raiment for these help- I , laasanao' hut tt Ir x ivtBiaaanl vl mmtt f ft firin C n aUnMnnM itdni a ualkfvins them for future .usefulness to soci- 'etv at larffe, . in order that this appeal may be ef- ' fectual in enlisting' the active interest and oo-opcr- - ation or all classes of per tons everywhere, we nave eonclndei toi8suolor the:; i,.nj rf rWio tleVets at ib nominal pvic of ai'each-a V klnrfaticfcet enUtling:thepurchaser tea gift-there : ! tnegifUo veV Ucket. ,,xner gnu are as ft ! ln elewnt farm of hi acresl VnipTovea with "" extensive dwellinrs- and outbui.dings - I ! t 'makine te orooerty invaluable. ....... tS".000 A ri f t ot aiO.QOQ in old, val aed at-.......... . 13.600 A. Krm nf 10 an res. hiehlv imDroved. near the city of JJal imor'... ic.ooo o,ouu 6,000 4.S0O i a . . t -.'(. . : ! . . ' . r ...... 2UU0 ; sod,o4 .-iior...,i i. -iA three-story Brick llousej with modern im- '-T provements, in lial ti mora .. ...w. ..... . .. A .t,n..otA,v Pi-inlr Knn.A .witK rrt lA 0Tfi lm. A two-story Brick iiouse,' with modern . im, p-oTements, in tsaiiimo-e is (S1.U0U eacn;.,.., ks (o00 each) ............ 6.000 Srteiftsi'i Greenbacks d 100 eachXiiJ:.;;.. 5.600 100 gifts in Greenbacks ( 60 eachi-..u,. 6.000 ns lrand riaao.'i,.'jjp.ii.i,-w s,-) .1 ucana-rtano.-.k i.uuu 8 Kd uare Pianos. t500 each . . i . . 1 .000 -10 FtiilorOr.-ahs; $150 each u.iU.u .." 1.000 tilOO lients ' trold v atches. l50eacn 15 woo .100 La lies' fine Gold Watches. $100 each 10 ooo 50 silver plated Tea Sets. 75 each... ... ..... 3.750 100 Elliptiot Sewing Mahiaes,- $75 each...... - 7,500 100 Gents' fine Silver Watches, 965 each.!.... 6,500 .100 LadUs' fine Gold Chsineand Pin,40 each, A.ooo 200 Oil Faintinas. SiOosch.i .......'.. 4.000 500 Bibleq, t-J0 each.'..'.. lO.uoo S.iKM -copies. Pollard s Sonthern History; (5 i j : Achiij. . vi 2,im . 4 10,000 .3,000 Phetographio Albums. $5. eaoh.;,....v 10,000 .-: Thbalanoensists cf the following articles : ,. t Musical instruments. Music Boxes. Ladies' Work I 1 i "W ' a a - a 'n . - . Whips. O pera Glasses. 'Office and Parlor Furniture, Writing peaks; blaek Walnut Frames. ngr.aving3, Acu,e.t Ihe Yholt amounting to an aggreKate ot r !fi! Vi '1li I A N u't is rLAIV OF DBITUVQ.. . Xiunncaarmmhers from 1 to soo.ooo are placed . ,"a wheel; the' l't number '("when drawn ont) draws tne nicnesi or nrst i r.tne xa nam eer twnen arawn out) the next highest, ox second giftAo, until !;Wboie isdrawp.'.-.! ir,ji., r ,,. , ., ., ... , The distribution will take place after, the Concert. -'wh...f Mil nAvanm-MaW' . n no a , 4 A .Am.nW.AM OT4.V.U W.ww 4K40Ua WM 4 4. WU4UA.U4V -will be chosen from the audience to take charge i AU a ents and purchasers win be supplied, with a correct list of the awards as soon as published. Orders may be sent to us. enslosing the monev . frqm tl tp 25 in a registered lei ter (stamp enclosed', rat our risk.' Larger' a'nount' by pogwffice order,! J draft or express, at the following club rates: i.; u 6 tickets to one address. ..,.1... .;t4 80 . . m .4 44 a " !;20, . ,-, -i. ' !.:.M.-.l-,i.r.S 00 ,W Under and in pnrsnanse of the provisions - the internal Kevenue JUaw- ms Honor. tbeUommi (f-internal Kevenne, has uvon-one Droof. granted a permit to the Southern Orphans' Assoc tion to hold its U if t Uonccr t exempt trom an charses. whether lroin soecial'tax. or other nntv inresoect such, liitt Concert. .- 1 .li4 .',: i f. t -, M . A. . . M 4 'f ia, t.rJi J'M:J:Ji JC-A-i.U-J&JSf-. -. Gen G. T. BEAOKEGARb.'ivew Orleans. "Brig; Gen. JEFF. THOMPSON, ew Orleans. JT1BJ . VXVO.'1 jLf V 1 a. a. XV a JL v tv V11COU) lSlau Geo. E. B. TY1.EH, late U. S. A. , WaiT. Gen. W-.- tl. BrtUWlM.iate U. A. C. M. HTIli' FF. Fiano Manufacturer; Baltimore. V. JlcaKhVbK A )V , tJnltimore. Col. G O. F. KANE. Danville, Vsw CI. MUiilFOKD. Richmond, Va. ., W.11. A. WRIGHT, Augusta. Ua. .. 1, 1 . ; : All orders and communioauens should be address ed to the Central Office.. ; v : ! . . . ..,;.:- t , , . -.1 ' SOUTHERN OUPUAX ASSOCIATION, F. O.'BOX SOOV1'0 ;. IS Holiday street. "I . i- . 1 ..:" :: i . . ; j . , 1 ' .' :; Baltimore, Md.' -n miyiJ-deodijeii -11! : rr to of . or jaw w mi MtMu ww ;4.i - - . , MANUFACTURERS OF ' t GRAND ' AJVD SQUARE R I A It) O S Warerooms 97 C Bleccker . Street, (Second BlocV west of Broadway) rrnE riANOS'PIArrOFACTITRED I? 1 A thia firm are indorsed by all the leading artists of the country for their .powerful,, clear, brilliant vi imwuum.ivi 4v.i y ", anrl Tmn.t.hetio tone: also for their rtarAbihtT ' . . 1 : . . r or I TRellent workmansbiD. Seven Octaves Rosewood Pianos. with our grand French repeating action. carved legs, scroll desk and Jyre. and a written guar antes for fivo years, for t300 $350. Circulars ainingtuii aescripxive lists, witnrecommenaaiions rom all parts ot tne country, sent iree on appnea- -jon.- ;';: i--'- ' - - sepii-eoaiy-novxw BALLOU'S Pat'ned Improved FRENCH YOKE: CHIRTC -'"WARRANTED TO IT. For sale' by Principal Dealers ; and at Wholesale only by , ; BAX.LOU ir, BROTHERS mMi-i . t t .a-aaaaassSBBaaW- ,.,(. , , (Sole , Patentees,. for 1 of on and said or Jl.'J.Jl:; 403 BROADWAY, HEW TOSS CITY. mcb2-deod6m r !'?:t t . - . Hic"j;ED wards; 1.,l) W'AilSi IV-rti ffcii I JHI,- li HI BJ I I I I IA .UA t l a lM. 139 and 134 Soutli Fottrtli Street, roaXBBBVIM loer i raifii iii ohrinPDlCOv.A rum v , imuLicnintSa ML.!.. SM 1 W a T.at4a sTVMlfw s-nnirw a rbi. nrHiim un udiuoiuv aiiuisa it ,jt and.Willow '.Ware, o., Butter, Hgg8,Lard,w -t ... ,..,,.k. i,. -v i .H .-.MH.f o. ABdallkindsyf. 4, . . A 1 wava In store., All aaods warrant d as represent ed. ,Calland 8ee. .133 and 134 South Fourth ..'. .ic .-! !! . ,i.'i;i,i mr ah goods aeuvcrea uee ot cnarga.. , feb27-eod3m .-.--a-a j; "j 2jd VfOil ''.'Hii'i'n 1:1 9lii r J: ll-l'OTli; rlj.. ) Ol blLtfUt Kit f-fXil2i. Great Bargains;1 ; a Iroif-i o5i n v.-ob.-tl" ll tlJ ii Oh IfUl f 'J HI ,M-?li uV.' 3 i 1 .noi3ilt;:oo -111 I ) 12 ci v x- r a.'oonj) r it.' ; f eie ''""" liisiJJ ii--t- d(I 'alT- Great Bargains I'ti ',:;uU r,:'!:It i:ri ! t :ii ru,4 ' r ij ;::-r f.r;jI ! i 0 fh-.l I'f:J i ; vr-:;;;t.-..! :1 roc: ii ond 3L'J iltiJ -Mi.' u .v 3r a: e-n:V IiT ilt.-O'lv'ff r03iuV odJ iTfj.-iJ ii -a .'.n -on !'13:m"l 1 nr ? how 9 o io ict i5-?mi!'i ol 1, - -.l 11 . i oi4w 7iaij iMiiw. O.T it.' iu oci ; T'i J 1 .11". ? ;sOi I nv: ;:' ?i?fio 'nt-ai v ti: y.vrt, ul .! .7 ..o" I!:- A.T ;-!:!:'!! 'Ii '. l, i.Ij JO :.l .'iO r.i 11 f:3 .-.:'; ' V hit! Ml 'l in i BBADLEY X. i 1 ft 2SO tfc 232 Soiitli Hiffh Street; jan31 ' ;' ' ' ' ' ' . ! CARRIAGES, ol On Rroadra,ynbxtTveen Ilond an4 , i;- iulront streets, , i .-ml.;!) COLUMBUS, OHIO i TTTB - TAKE ' XII IS JIETHOO Olf VV- calliPR attention to our large stock pf hand, some and well finished, . . . i kt ... Huron cues, in txe ; " of nJj SJiif tinsr iTop Buggies, J . , , . ,'Xop Buggies, . ! .: :,-.-!.:. . Open Bnggles, ii a r: . -vi' ' I And Pprins Wagons. - They are all of the latest style, finished in the finest manner, and warranted to give satisfaction .-, We take great pleasure in show in tr onr stock, whether you buy or not. and only ask yott to cali-and examine for yourselves. All orders oy man prompuy-a eial care taken' in the shipment rourBeives. . i All orders by mail promptly- attended fo, andrsper entot worn. T. ANDERSON; All repairing in our line done on the shortest no tice.' ' '; ' apr4-d3m e3 A T ZESaT nrilB AMEUICAIV IIOTFIi Ar of -''sioner1 a- to PUOPER ."V tv. fronting- on High street, will be divided Ito business lots and offered at private sale .until the 10th dy of May. ror particulars, can at my omce. no; 26 State street, or at the Hotel. : ! W . A. JMCUU I , a rusteo. April 22. 186T.-. - ! - . aprS3-Atf ; HOTELS. ' I. O AKDNER AMERICAN HOUSE. GARDNER dc HEN MAN, rroprletora. . NEWARK.' OHIO. mch21-dtf . - PHILLIPS HOUSE, SOUTHWEST COR- MAIN AND THIRD STREETS, or;: DAYTON, OHIO. i . i I L. REIBOLD, Froprietor. C. G. McMiixbh. Chief Clerk. : oct2i dtf r - ST. NICHOLAS, ' rOKMBRtT BUCKINGHAM HOUSK, , J East Side of the Public Square, NEWARK, ohio: ; JOITN KOOS, - - - - Proprietr oct!5-dtf .': 'i 8. B. CR1TTKKDEN. CL AREND ON CliCihATI, S. E. C1TXE.E1V &. O. . 8E80KANT; HOTEL, omo. ' CO., Prenr's. If TTAVI3& lils ssbD the ritursstcr jt XX knon as the walnut otreet House, ana eom- ple ed our improvements upon the same, it is now . . f 1 , . . . 1 . J J thorousoiy re iurnisnea, paioteu. caribcu niu most excellent condition, and will f 10m this date be the CLARENDON HOT&U We shall be moat yuv unij4.v. "v."f", .. ? I happy to see our iriends ana tne traveling puoiio, and I . - j.i,.. nr ii,. : i a 11 f I ifdiiiui ukb luh kccu uuiuu.iuud vi 411. x4444c con- vi s I all j Claren don to be equal to any Hotel in the city. . H.l...k Dffi..i.lt4H4l4l ' Jiarcn is, 1867. 8. Js. CU1TTESDEN t CO. apr30-dtf-inch26 CUtiftHD STEERAGE ' LIHEi T.ETWEEH NEW YUBK Am 18 SulV. ERFOOL, calling at QUEENSTOWN. ' , From New York every Wednesday. : ..From Liverpool every lucsda'. From Qneesetown every Wednesday.' Rates of Passags. Cabin, $80 (g Id). age, -o tcarreno;. . piieorage iicaew irsm p -ol or Qu-.en?town at low rates. - f lrMU tor sale on ureat uruain ana xrtuu. For Steerage lassage, aply to . -..:.!. : - E. CUNARD, ' No 69 Broadway. Mew York, or to 1 RICHES Ac lttOOHE, Agents, Nn. lOT Bouth'High street! Columbus, Ohio decl7-dly . : . '-. Jx.:ll Steer-Liver- DR. TUCKER'S EXTRA VISIT1. b;vttjckeb wopld say to nis old natrons and the public, that be may VVWIUUUIIW D consulted at the GOODALE dai v till the hrstot apni. - - . . " M. . , - - . 1 . 1 - , 1 . llr..AUCaer naa now visiteu voibbvjui- rrgaianj for over nine years, which is snfncientevideocethat he is reliable and suoeessf ol. Thtrreat increase h'S practice requires this extia visit to aecommof dare bis numerous patients. ai is not necessary enumeratethe i.t -, .' ' r f- 1 EN flRE LIST OF .CHROMIC DISEASES.. but will merely say my rpeciality IS THE WHOLE list of diseases Whioh fithi mch20-tf - I TXTaaJ wuh i r . , t 1 1 rpilE. pf ATiNAa J it I X'-TY; corner High stre ..MnearUBiQnOepot.wjJl.be. iers have failed to euro. n.-icxrii.. v ''a 5St?ubic:SaIe street s HOTEL PROPER street and North Public lan(, sold atpupuc auction, 10 o clock A, JUv . .s. J Peroral wishing to secure' the most desirable property in Colum bus,' will do well to attend. - . .-TeUms: c SALl-rOnd-tMid cash, the - balance I one and two years. li. RiSiNOLDo. CoiUSiBUS, April 29, 1867, apr30-dtd-tW ho auction, ' - - -- -- , " "i HATES OF AOVEIlXJlS.JtG -Vx Tea Uncs'of ITolipat or I inch (8FEeo,' cons il tute a Fqaare.-- - - s - - f Ds.n.T-'-Fer eaeh nwrt ion, per square, 7S eenla; Koticesof Deaths, 50 cents; .Notices of ilarriaaes. 5toents j -Roligious-flotieee. 60 eenta. Ad,ertisa ments inserted every Other day. ever) third day, and once a week, will be charted 41 00 per square, each insertion. Business otioei in Local c luuin. to eeots per Iine; for-each--ia3rtion Ap.ica J tbnj.oo, -vJ iiMliivjiU Ui'lU uitl . jrasxT tl.60 per sauara each insertion. Busi ness Notices, 60 centa per-lino-each iasertioni - ho Soticpjeea than t 0e rlegal advejtiwmenta will be charged regular rates. " -; AllJweiU adrert'semcBU mast bo paid- fog at the time they are ordered. " r Cf!.UUil iUtii IlJ !ii-;.l; ..4l. ur?pinrrrrt - - 8 iltl.l AUGUST . Tip. n West Bread Street anYS lo kJ: . - I T " "r T . r-ii TriiQr,Ea a i.-gr a s n Tivr.j ;i iune26-dtf-r General CciiIifiE!daTri fchasf, a-UICAGO. f, ISAAC Eylit.f V ' Rxfkkences eesr's.'Burkam "A Co Banker. LawrencebargKationai Bank, Aanrzenoeburg, lnd. tjanl;4vno ,.-t TrA3lll3mw nLUm xsfow oijgn csac Esrv.3itc n.iattananiiKa.TinE 3, di ,Ou.il f)ni9I Tf-t i. a. 973W 31TO WOrfl 3 A -! ky. ,-; Thirty barrels pure 10 jeers- eld. lour&rm yarao.jq6;i tsaiqZil ernnA 2Ci!l iijd ' of the Vest Bratids-Z-WiTl Mo told WhiT3ailLV . kesrorijarrel: also all . kinda o Wlaea and -ee A ..1 Mj ,L FT- I. . 4 b. o. sanvvr. . a . TgOlt r?OK. BS. IVZTK. BAlLEY,TH0f.lPS0n a CO. .awlka, iaiaa ax Fere lint and Domestic :xct44nsee COLLECTIONS' rBOlarTTATT2SD& . to and remitted Cor on the day of pay men Hiayl8-d6m-june23 i-iiMii t.uoi.'ii yA. . ' I Ml,. M ' u II 1. ', '4 TT .pii'jfK3ij f.'jnH;i--u )o i.ni:il .IwJ- COD.(SELLERs STATlniJEil wh A full stock of , , . , IWfc IIJLICXISCHOOL A BUO J2QPK3. Onn'n. sfnV -" ifl PATEEfHAKQIKGS AND. BgRDSCI .i; 1 3 loilfew! and beautiful styles of svil $ 'v;;.-7- i laon Jirme w 3r.iij Tifi aa a m mo. bb aaaaB abb mm . 1 1 IflYUhN. : HUTGI ESD?J Cu -; o i WlXli OPES Tnfeltt OFFICXST " .ii.-J.HJ .i.il.'.J '.J . lO ,!W.3F rfLatelyooeapied aathe offioe of the Board of Coa c . trol of the State Bank' of OhiolT 1 -! ton t.Ji'.l. no ""tanri onifn.iT-i OX MONDAY, fWqABY, 4S?7 d JT nil2ayG 0 J,i anT Gold, Silver and Gold CoarJons bowrht at lib eral rates. Governraentand Sta e Securities bousht Y and soi4.: Y-9-M Notes oaverted into- 20 lieods. T 3-l Coupons taken at par when-duei and U other business transacted thatis' nsuallv don bv welt v regulated incorporated 'Jj&nks, except tbo, iseaisg M canK notes. . HAYDEN, HUTCHESOJT & Orf. -t fc WEST Hi c ohabsI. c e-w. t.'ii.oj. :rSaccaarstX.-i;i!ttlerv)i '.I; a-j 7rlTTT"T .!.; IkT; JM"!V1 Jt T?75 ri. -ft . t 4,,.:v.4 iM Fordffil and W2iesiie! GrotfS, ft o3 3f3iuo-ii.nq o:ii Lna ,i"tvi & on aval I i ij- a . t,- ; . : - . ,. . H7Viff , V? . V i- - efflod.t'tw Liu? 't,u: ,.; hr.i iv r,C0R; FOUnTlli'SiBlEKDTa iuiy2i:dtf v - .. . : !; v3t' 4 iO ,PROKBSSION ui DR.'! GrBaj Til. EOBSZTZ, HOMEOPATHIC . . T.'...f -4 -.-..4 .;-. .-.-. . .4.j;TJ O FFICE-Parson's x31ock.eori.ef S' tatesnorB?gli - treats; J stairs., .jjj 3 jun.l x hd 3: in8nltf I J f , No. l!7.SoUth Hlgli St., '- Hov29-dlyl "UP SyXlRS,'. ' "r T f ATTOlUrX8T:ATi JLiAJW. l J iFramCattenfion lriVen io businesayi i;.tioa . augl-dtf S. WvUSCC5PREWS, 'CORKliR O1 HIGTJ? AKD" BKOAD ' STREETS llra UDO UU 1111,11 OUVVW iu;a-ui l'ii.' '.' 1 j 1 . .. ':,'' 9 pi V. 41 m LEGAX. : IVQTICE, ,. J A M ES GrHUjfi Attorney at Law 151 Soutb Iligla Street. Tv-';)! OFFICE Ko. .'Axul I - 4w v :.l ... .: :j 4 r.. . i aii? .r.n pema ii.cuyjuu iy vul , I .n3TTniiMntn - J ' mavS'Ba-dtT I - i j j i I Mr THOS. C: THITJAI AttorncjiAt ir.&J&iTit ..., ..,rj f ji '. !i,j ;- 'i"i"w fo No 2aa South High Street, a.i.-i loCOLUMBUStiOUIQ t.!i j be I of to I I WIIiIFRAC.TICE,II TIIE SITKEFIB ' and Inferior Courts, and wills collect claims 1 against the titar-and FedoralGoTenfmenU r- Orriyb fo, Vi Jbaatotate street, opposite tha i State House'.' 1 " ,whv,t,u efnevirdtr ,;i :. .i ;. li TJ..V i- y i.ll.ji,; GEO. j AlTDREWe -s-jd f fs WAPAIvOrj ETar:,!! i;iS- rraetioes laha Cour 'Aiot Wrtttu- CSiisi koha-tf tiiQr'.A bn aLcJ i;--i ,!! ff) ia at if! iiW fJiiua-Ji i 3: Lt?ui .l&inuii iJUl Eclectic PisiciaArfSMic. i K .." 'to) Vsl J'l fi' i u. !'i4-"-T -R .HSVT. OnFonrtn street, between State and Broad, In J f uil.Ui.t t.4..1iillor4Q;ei--,i.'.,3ivj. 3iii J j&isiBXKClNo.x45 .South Fourth txeel:qa vl1?3iJs-o ifitr 3 1 .L-i4iiJct.j .xlyisJa . Great Excitenent fit tlie North Eid. ; TFdlt1 ANT'fli;EI A GEfcTJV. Xr man's suit ef Clothing 10 per cent. bePr than the same cn be bad anywhere else in this town. .eaUatLOUISAH'.'SClotbbur Emporium;: No, 246 North High street, Columbus, Ohio. .... . . prll-d3ni .UJfMM.