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BUSINESS , J)IEECT0RY
loem. 'ARCHITECT.
T fD. BRWKfiS: I .be'" (-:! "J J -fi.'K-J
Architect, OivU Kngieeer-Ao. -... ;
" " Office orer the National Bxchasire Bank.
ATTORNEYS, z
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ATT0KNEY 8 AT LAW.
OfSee, Bo. 8 South High street. Am boa Build-
toT. . .-'. .
JAKE . ttlTf
ATTUiiCiKX-AT-LAW MAYOR.
. . . - ... .-i ilayOjrfOffioe.
EDWARD T. JMUlrTVy"-fAXroaasr-AT-LAW
Notary PnbHe.
j . - Offioe ia Fanoa'a BoikUoaj.
jr. nvuunuiri .
ATTORNE f-AT-LAW ft Kotary Pnblio.
umae ui tsoatit Hign street.
AUCTION AND COMiOSSION.
O. BEAL..
(J Auctioneer and Dealer in Beal Estate, Homas-
wautwaB, Vfiouuuc ana otiona..
Ko. T West Broad street.
BATH ROOMS.
TiEOKGE niTER,
JT Barber and Uair Dresser. Hot and Cold
Bathst Basement Poetolfice Buildinc. .
BOOK' BINDERS.
4.2 lt.H'l tL CICSLKT.
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J Book Btndflrs. Blank Rook MannfkAfnmM
f riDHama rsMUBsn, -
Opera Bnildint;.
; BOOTS & SHOES.
ITT X. WILLIAMS Jc CO..
T 144 South High street. Jnst r ceWed, rfa
elegant assortment. Aew styles, low prices. La-
oioa, pioue eaij. . j - , fc -
Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices. . 2ew Stock just received-
j-i,.. . . J . ; , 376 Sooth High street.
COAk DEALERS.
TRPa)ON.4e CO v ... -v- - -
Xj Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. ; Also.
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe.
' No. 81 North Hish street.
C0AOHSSI0N MERCHANTS.
H-i riTCH C HOW,
e Commirsion. Forwardina ami Prvwlnn Mer
chants, doalors in Uraia, i lour, .. iff W. Broad
atreet.
r CORSETS.
D - R.AI7(VltEIt & CO.,
' llanafaetvren and Dealers in French. Ger
man and American Corsets. , Also, Hoop Skirts. -.
. Ml Opera Uonsev
CR0GKERY, &c
,-TT7n: ELTON,
Wholesale and ' Retail Dealer ia China,
Qaeensware, Class, Plated Ooods, Lamps and Lamp
tixtoree. - 4a North Bigh street.
C" -X a--A-. - " ' - -a
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In -Crockery. China, Glaus, Cutlery, Plated Uoods.
Coal Oil Lamps, Ac.
." 860 South High street.
DENTISTRY.:
WA1MEB Jc EniniNOEH, - A 1
' '' Ko. 18 East Broad street
.-Wsn4mto bethe&Mi. . ...
G-. Wi DfJNK, DENTIST. The best styles
-' of Dentistry, inelnding Dunn's Improved
aiineral Plate. Office. 10 and 11 Opera Block.
DRY GOODS.
C'K,BRLY efc CO., - -
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings: Shadea,-4Jata, -Caps and i'ura,
corner Hign and Friend streets.
Jw J)..OSBOJaN At i ., - . i
.. -44-Sonth High street,
t svrpets. Mattings; Oil Cloth&,Curtainvtale and
Eanoy Dry Goods. .... , . , ( ,
rr- . " -1 S
HX.4Y W. B.FAI,
W holesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
iancy Dry Uoods. and Manufacturers of Ladies'
Oioaks.-t- i - li!3S.Highsireet.
TJOHHTH ST. DKI OODJ 8XUJBJK, -A?
F. Krum A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
&otis,ls&athiotinB street h.--.:-; xiu :
JAH1K8 NAUUIl I ON, '
s . . Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Dry Goods,
&anghtoa Building. No. 118 and South High
street.
Dealers in Staple and Fane Drr Onnda anil
(ientaf Jt'urnuhiog ijioods.No-gNetk liouMcu ;
GILCHilUTr CRAT CO.,"' -"'rr
Deaiera in Stapleand Fancy Dry Goods.
No. 89 South High street.
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w vivirh saliva AU1UCCLIU lJ UUUUM
t ors, etc aatA 2Si South High street. -
.DRUGGISTS.
Di.i'OX JUltUii SXOStii.
JOHN 8. BOBJiRTS.
Druggist and Apothecary.
- : 864 North High street.
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AMPLBstHll'SO.H, ; '
n nvbUbALt, Kci TAIL DKUUJIST3.
-.100 South High St., Columbus, O.
BKACN. BBl'CK dc COj " ;
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealers
m Proprietary Atedicinea. -,
. -i i. Si North "High street.
ENGRAVERS.
Ricus ac noouE,
Designers, Engravers and Publishers. .Nota
rial and other seals engraved to order. -
Noa. 107 and 100 South High street.
1 FRAMES AND : PICTURES.
W K.D BKOTHEKS,
' Manufacturers of Picture Frames and Deal
ers in Pictures aud Photograpluo Stock, No. 0 Opera
House.
FURNITURE, &c.
pOLDHlBlls CABINET CO., - - '
i"? fors and Wholesale and ReUil Deal
ers in furniture. Cnairs, Slattrasses. etc.
N Still . L I I 1 -ww .
v -v nigo on. (upera noaaa?.
M IHMI sVCTMf.l'ri.aa.,
U" - -a- (JIAEl IJUse
Alanulactuiersoffirstclass Furniture. Whole
Sock"' VVararooms. 6, ad 8 Gwynne
HOUSE FURNISHING.
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jV St. AiiinSXMOIItt Ac CO. -
j - AeLer 111 nuun. dwjtm uu nouse rur
nisntng Uooda. Aluo, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware. 17 Aast Town ttreet.
AKEN & STVABT.
House Furnishing Goods, 'Mantles, Grates,
Copper Tio and Jboeet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
' a8 South High street.
ASTON, TAYLOR, Ac HUFF, 5
Dealeretu Hardware, House Furnishing Goods,
Marble and Slate Mantles. Urates, Stoves. Hot Air
tnrnaces. Ac. 10 North High street.
HOWE SEWING ' MACHINE.
s
" f A XX ELL. ' ' .
kDm Dealer in Musical Merchandise. Boos s. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent
for the oeiebratedLliaa Howe Gold Medal Sewing
, HATS & CAPS.
as MS. At. SI. LACF. I -
01 -(Suoceosor to C Leaf.) Dealer hi Hats Cans
Furs and aaraw Good im South B ign street.
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HOTELS
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NIXED SXAXF.8 HOTEL, '
vomer -mgn ana 1 own streets.
.. . - . . J. BLOUNT, Proprietor.
N AXIONAL HOTEL, . ' '
. v: Opposite DepOK " ' '-, t f
- . J. H. DAV1D80N. Proprietor.
ZfeTTLHBH HOI74E, . i
' Corner Fourth A Friend J ts. Commodious
house and extensive stables. - '
" It. A. BOWERS, Proprietor..'
EHDHAICnt HOTEL.' 1
W KlaithHich streets. Good-fltabltnt attach
ed to premises. V.'1 '"
w r. t mi tjutrt, proprietor- .
.oopkOts.'. i
anal TMlm In Root)
jfiftru'ua cjoraew. Also, dealer in Berlin Zicpoer
i -an err maoj uooui in oouu man uret.
. INSURANCE. :
GONNEC riCUT ITJ1JTCAL LIFE
ranee Oomeany. Assets, S 18,000.000. , '
WM. JAMISON. Acent. Columbus. O.
-tnrswiiisTcitn - -
T Horse Insurance and Detective Co.' Insures
live stock against tnett and accident. Office, eor.
High aud Broad St. , Alf, Wilson. Ohio State Agt.
XTEWKIRK A RIILTENBERCER. .
11 GENERAL AGENT Security Life Insurance
oempanyi t--.'- - so. a opera House.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
Columbus. O. . apitaland Assets, $40614.z7.
W. C.Al. BAKER. Seo'y.,
. .r- ' Office, Nos.TOprB Bouse
MERCHANT . TAILORS. ,
tl .H .jiiawsnufiai .
) Merchant Tailor and Dealer ih Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. -Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
.... !..., v . .181 South High street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
suits maae to oraer. ueaay-msae Clothing al
ways on hand, .
JOHN C. RICKENBACHER,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
uents- r urnianing uooas. - ...
: i No. 61 North High street
JOHN HUNTER.
MERCHANT TAILOR, no South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on band.
MILLINERY GOODS.
c
v. 'Mammons.
. Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
131 S. High street. Opera Mouse Block.
liKs, a. UOWNiaiG,
ilJ. Deiler in Millinery. Straw Goods' and Trim
mings. No. 07 North High street. . .
J Mi . W1LK1E,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines and Fancy Goods. 130 South High street.
.NEWSDEALERS.
ANDREWS & HULL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street, next door to Postoffice.
TIRED. fJULMANN,
MJ News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English. -'
'331 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
N DREWS, PERRY Sc CO., -L
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frint
? and Wrapping Papers, 83 A 95 North High st.
NI-VINS Ac MYERS. . - .
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, S8 A 40 Norih High street. .
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
nuuwoLi)s
VI ; PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS.
No. 18 East Broad street.
BALDWIN Ac STEVENS.
, . . PHOTOGRAPHERS.
. 81 Sonth High street.
J! yi. ELLIOTT,
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and site.
D
J. ARCHER. ?
Photographs, Ambrotypes. ' Gems, ete ete..
. . no. ue ooutn nign street.
PHYSICIAN.
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N. DOWNS. 1L D..
No., 8 Onera Hnnsa. - Tnnntji DijuuUAMnf tKji
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
P. HARRIS Ac CO- '.
J . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
nuuuniiu Mu uuiw luusicai lusbrumeuus.
v. ? . - . . 88 North Highttreet,
x ; ivooos.
fl e Asent for Chickerinsr's ani) flmmersnn'. Pi
anos. Also, organs, uelodeons and Hbeet luusio.
1 South High street.
; RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHANGE REST AUK ANT,
Corner State and Hieh streets.
.... - CHARLEY AtYER, Proprietor.
: : SEWING MACHINES. ;
AETNA SEWING JIIACHINE8,
ThA hmat in th. mrld lfM 1 anJ 4 fin .
Houaai.l.-uk:W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
R D. DUNBAR Ac CO.. "
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clonks. Jewelrv.
Platedwaie,, Spectacles, Ac. No. 11 East Town
Street. .
GATES Ac HARRINGTON,
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch' s, Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. Neil House.
F A. Ac L LEli7KHECX, :
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street. .
STRICTLY -WHOLESALE.
B
ANCKOFX UHOit. Ac CO., ,
w noiesale oeaiers in Orr Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
REED, JONES A CO.,
Manufacturers anrl Wholesale Dealers in Unotj
and Shoes. No. 3 Gwynne Block. Town St.
.MISCELLANEOUS..
Bank : Notice, ...
NOTICE IS ' HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it mav concern, that thtt CM.-r Rank
of Cleveland, ao Independent Banking Company,
dent Banking Company at the eity oi Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tbe State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34 th, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has, in pursuance of tbe statutes of the
said State of Ohia in such ease mid. naiH anil re
deemed more than ninety pereent. of the maximum
amount oi its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of KtjttA nf the aaiA St.t ,.f
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit, r of State of said State of
Ohio ic the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the raid city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
City Bank of Cleveland. July etb. IC8,
LBMUbL WICK.. President.
jyll-dltawdm t
ROBINSON & CO.,
:' '' ' DEALBR8 IH
fiiTOJNE HXtlWJSXfc PIPE,
.I.",.. FULL CIRCLE DRAIN TILE,
FIRE BRICK. FIRE CLAY,
COAL AND COfAE,
No ' North High Street.
mch31-eod3m COLUMBUS, OBI0.
! T ALLEN. Agent, :
WILL CONTINUE THE COAL BUSI
NESS at his present stand.
No. US North High afreet,
?wi7CVKtf.kf..,r' hoth CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, whioh he is prepared to sell at
tbe lowest market price.
Special attention paid to Shipping.
- myaO-eodtf
BAWSON&CO.,
Importers ana Jobbers oi
FANCY GOODS,
Hstlerfi Glorea, Notiona, Ac., ic
- 63 Chambebs And 31 Rsadb Stbist.
Near Broadway, " WIW YORK.
Prices extremely low. Catalogues furnished on
aoolieation. Partiouiar attention aiven toorders-
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The President Proposes Constitutional
Amendments.
' The President, Saturday afternoon, sent
the following megeage to tbe two Houses of
UoDgrciss:.;! r.'; . ; .- i . ;i .,
To the Senate' and Souse of Representa
tives: . ,-, .
I --'Experience has illnstrated the wiadom
bt the framera of the Federal Constitution
Under all circumstances. The result vf
their labors was as near an approximation
to perfection as was compatible with the
fallibility of men. Considering tbe estima
tion In which the -Constitution, has .ever
been held by our country mep, .it is not
surprising that any proposition for its al
teration or amendment should be -received
!with reluctance and distrust. . 1
I "Whilst this sentiment-deserves com
mendation and encouragement, as a Useful
preventive - of - unnecessary, attempts to
chanp-e its.' provisions, it must be conceded
that time bas developed imperfections and
omissions in tbe Constitution,, tbe reforma
tion of which bas been demaeded by tbe
best interests of the conntry.i Some of
these have been remedied in tbe manner
provided in' the .Constitution. There are
others which, although heretofore brought
to the attention ot the people, have never
been so presented as to enable: tlte popular
judgment to determine whether - they
should be corrected by means of additional
amendments. ' j. m ,i , . ; .,
My object in this communication Is to
isuggesceertsm a elects in tne tjaustuuiion,
'whioh seem to me to require correction.
and to recommend that the judgment of
the people De taKen on tne ameuuments
proposed. '" ' 1 .!'.-.
"The first of the defects to which I de
sire to call attention, is in that clause of tbe
Constitution which provides for the elec
tion of President and ..Vice. President
through the intervention of Electors, and
not by an-immediate vote of the people.
The importance of so amending this clause
as to secure the election of President and
Vice President by their direct votes, was
urged with great earnestness and ability
by President Jackson in his first annual
message, and the recommendation was re
peated in five of his subsequent communi
rations to Congress, extending through
eiyht years oi his administration. In his
message' ot 1829, be said : 'To the people
belongs the right of electing their Chief
Magistrate. It was never designed that
their choice should in any case be defeated,
either by intervention ot the Electoral
College, or by tbe agency confided, under
.certain contingencies, to tbe House of .Rep
resentatives.' He then proceeded to state
the objections to an election of a President
by the House of Representatives, the most
important of which was that the choice of
a clear majority of the people might be
easily defeated. He closed the argument
with tbe following recommendation :
"'I would therefore recommend such
an amendment of the Constitution as may
remove all the intermediate agencies in the
election of President and Vice President.
The mode may be so regulated as to pre
serve to each State its present relative
weight in the election, and a failure in the
first attempt may be provided for by con
fining the second to a choice between the
two highest candidates. In connection
with such an amendment it would seem ad
visable to limit tbe services ot the Chief
Magistrate to a single term of four or six
years. If, however, it should not be adopt
ed, it is worthy of consideration, whether
a provision disqualifying for office tbe rep
resentatives in Congress on whom such an
election may have devolved, would not be
proper.'
. "Although this recommendation was re
peated "with undiminished earnestness in
several ot his succeeding messages, the
proposed amendment was not submitted to
the people by Congress. The danger of a
defeat of the people's choice in an election
by the House of Representatives, remains
unprovided for in the Constitution, and
wou'd be greatly increased if tbe House of
Representatives should assume the power.
arbitrarily, to reject tbe votes of a State
which might not be cast in conformity with
the wishes of a majority of that body. But
it resident Jackson tailed to secure the
amendment to the Constitution, which he
urged so persistently, his arguments con
tributed largely to the formation of party
organizations - which ' have effectually
avoided the contingency ot an election by
tbe House of Representatives. These or
ganizations, first by a resort to the caucus
system ot nominatingcandidates, and after
ward to State and National Conventions,
have been successful in so limiting the
number of candidates as to escape the dan
ger of an election by the House of Repre
sentatives. , .
' ''It is clear, however", that in thus limit
ing the nnmber of candidates, the true ob
ject and spirit ot the Constitution bas been
avoided and defeated. It is' an essential
feature in any republican system of gov
ernment that every citizen possessing con-
stitutional qualifications bas a right to be
come a candidate for the office of Presi
dent or Vice President, and that every
qualified elector has a right to cast his vote
lor any citizen whom he may regard as lit
lor office. ! ' j
"But under the party organizations
which have prevailed for years, these es
sential rights of tbe .people have been as
effectually cut off and destroyed as if the
C onstitution bad prohibited their exercise,
The danger of a defeat of the popular
cho'ce in an election Dy the House or Kep
resentatives is not greater than an election
made nominally by the people themselves
when, by the laws of party organizations
arid by constitutional provisions requiring
the people to vote, for Electors, instead ot
for President or Vice Presidont, it is made
impracticable for any citizen to be a candi
date except through party nomination,
and for any voter to cast his suffrage for
any other person than one thus brought
forward through the manipulations ot a
nominating convention.
" It is thus apparent that, by means of
party organizations, tne provision or the
Constitution which requires the election of
the President and vice Jf resident to be
made through the College, has been made
instrumental and potential in destroying
the great object of conferring tbe choice of
these officers upon the people, it may be
conceded that party organizations are in
separable from republican government, and
that when formed and managed in subor
dination to the Constitution, they may be
valuable safeguards of popular liberty.
But when they are perverted to ' pur
poses of bad ambition, they are liable to
become tbe dangerous instruments of over
throwing the Constitution itself. -
"Strongly impressed with the truth of
these views, I feel- called upon by an im
perative sense of duty to renew substan
tially the recommendation so often and
earnestly made by President Jackson, aud
to urge that the amendment to the Consti
tution herewith presented, or a similar
proposition, may be submitted to the people
lor their ratification or rejection.
'Recent events have shown the necessi-,
ty of an amendment to the Constitution
distinctly defining the persons who shall
discharge the duties or President of the
United States in th5 event of a vacancy in
that office by death, resignation or removal
of both the President and Vice President.
It is clear this should be fixed by the Con
stitution and not left to repealable enact
ments of doubtful constitutionality.
' "It occurs to me that, in the event of a
vacancy in the office of President by death,
resignation, disability or removal of both
the Presideut and Vice President, the du
ties of tbe office should devolve upon an
officer ot the Executive Department of the
Government rather than upon one con
nected with either of the Legislative or tbe
Judicial Department. Tbe objections to
designating either the Presidentro tern, of
the Senate or the Chief Justice ot tbe Su
preme Court, especially in the event of a
vacancy produced by removal, are obvious,
and so unanswerable that they need not be
stated in detail.- It is enough to state that
they are both interested in producing a va
cancy, and, according to the provisions of
tbe Constitution, are members of a tribu
nal by whose decree a vacancy may be pro-,
duced.' Under such circumstances the im
propriety of designating either of these
officers to succeed the President so remov-
jed is palpable.
"The tramers of the Constitution, when
they referred to Congress the settlement
of the succession to tne office of President
in the event of a vacancy in the offices of
both President aud Vice President, did
not, in my opinion, contemplate the desig
nation ot any other than an officer of the
iT.xecnflve Department on Whom, in such
a contingency, the powers, and duties of
the. President should devolve. Until re
cently, the Contingency Jias been remote.
Previous attention has been. called to. a
manifest Incongruity between the provis
ions of the Constitution on this subject and
the act of Congress of 1792. Having, how
ever, been brought almost face to face With
the question it seems an eminently proper
time for us to make legislation conform to
the language, Intent and ' theory of the
Constitution, and thus place the Executive
f)epartment beyond the reach ot usorpa?
ion, And remove from tbe Legislative and
Judicial Departments every temptation to
combVue tor the absorption of all the pow
ers of tbe Government. r; . :
i "It has occurred to me that, in the event
of such vacancy, the duties of the President
would devolve most appropriately on some
one of the heads of the. several Executive
Departments, and, nnder this conviction, I
present (or, your consideration an amend
ment to the Constitution on this subject,
with the recommendation that it be sub
mitted to the people tor their action.
"Experience 'seems to have established
the necessity of an amendment of that
clause ot tne Constitution which provides
for the electron ot Senators to Congress by
the Legislatures of the several States. It
would be more consistent with the o-enius
of Our j Government If the Senators were
chosen, directly by the people of the seve
ral States. The objection to the election of
senators Dy tne Legislature are so palpable
hi hi, j. aevtn it unnecessary to uo more nan
submit -the- nrtrposition for such amend
ment, with the recommendation that it be
reltrrea.rt&ttte,$tf)fl& tor : further judg
ment. - ' . . , .... , . , -
"It is strangely Impressed on my mind
that the tenure of office by the judiciary
of the United States durinsrood behavior.
os during life,' is incompatible with the
spirit of Republican government, and in
this opinion I am fully sustained by the
evidences or popular judgment on this
subject in tbe different States. I, therefore,
deem it my duty to recommend an amend
ment to the Constitution by which the
terms of tbe judicial officers would be lim
ited to a period of years, and I hereby pre
sent it, in the hope that Congress will sub
mit it to the people tor their decision. .
"The foregoing views have long been en
tertained by me. In 1845, in the House of
Representatives, and afterward in 1S60 in
tbe Senate of the United States, I submit
ted substantially the same propositions as
those to which the attention of Congress is
herein invited, Time, observation and ex
perience have confirmed this conviction,
and as a matter of public duty, and with a
deep sense of my constitutional obliga
tions to commend to the consideration of
Congress such measures as I deem neces
sary and expedient, I submit the accom
panying propositions and urge thejr adop
tion and submission to the judgment of the
"ANDREW JOHNSON."
WASHINGTON, July 18, 1868.
"Joint resolution, proposing amendments
to the Constitution of the United States. -"
Whereas, The fifth article of the Con
stitution of the United States provides for
amendments tnereto in the manner follow
ing, viz: - , .
" Congress, whenever two-thirds ot both
Houses shall deem It necessary, shall pro
pose amendments to this Constitution, or
on the application of the Legislatures of
two-tmrus oi tne several states, shall call
a Convention for preparing amendments,
which, in either case, shall be valid to all
intents and purposes, as parts of this Con
stitution, when ratified by the Legislatures
of three-fourths of tbe several States, or bv
conventions in tbree-fourths thereof, as
the one or the other may be proposed by
Congress, provided no amendment, which
may be made prior to the year 1808, shall
in any manner affect the first and fourth
clauses in the ninth section of the first ar
ticle, and no State, without its consent.
snau De deprived or its equal sufirage in
the Senate ; therefore, -
"Resolved, By the Senate and House ot
Representatives of the United States of
America, in Congress- assembled, two
thirds of both Houses concurring. That
the following amendments to the Constitu
tion of the United States be proposed to
tbe Legislatures of tbe several States,
which, when ratified by the Legislatures
of three-fourths, shall be valid, to all in
tents and purposes, as parts of the Consti
tution.
"That hereafter the President and Vice
President ot the United States shall be
chosen for tbe term of six -years by the
people oi tne respective states, in the man
ner following: Each State shall be divided
by ' the Legislature thereof, into districts
equal in number to the whole nnmber of
Senators and Representatives to which such
State may be entitled in the Congress of
the United States ; said districts to be com
posed ot contiguous territory ,tnd to con
tain, as near as may be, an equal nnmber of
the persons entitled to be represented un
der the Constitution, and to be laid off tor
the hrst time immediately alter ratification
or this amendment.
""That on the first Thursday In August,
13 , and on the same day everv sixth
year thereafter, the citizens of each State,
who possess the qualifications requisite
for electors of the most numerous branch
ot tbe State Legislature, shall meet within
rneir respective uistnccs ana vote tor a
President and Vice President of the United
States, and the person receiving tbe great
est number of votes for President and the
one receiving the greatest number of votes
for Vice President in each district, shall be
holden to have received one vote, which
fact shall be certified by the Governor of
the State to each of the Senators in Con
gress from such State, and to tbe President
of the Senate and the Speaker of the House
or representatives.
"The Congress of the United States shall
be in session on the 2d Monday of October
in tne year is , and on the same day every
sixm year tnereaiter, ana tne president oi
the Senate, in the presence of the
Senate and House of Representatives, shall
open all the certificates, and the votes shall
then be counted. The person having the
greatest number of votes for President
shall be. President, if such number be eaual
to a majority of the whole number ot votes
given; but it no person have such majority,
then a second election shall be held on ttie
first Thursday in the month of December
then next enduing, between the persons
having the two highest numbers for the
office of President, which second election
shall be conducted, and tbe result certified
to, and the votes counted in the same man
ner as in the first, and tbe person having
me greatest numoeroi votes ror President
shall be President, but if two or more per
sons shall have received the greatest, and
an equal number at the second election,
then the person who shall receive the
greatest number ot votes in the greatest
number ot states snau De President.
"The person having the greatest number
of votes for Vice President at the first elec
tion will be Vice President, if such num
ber shall be equal to a majority of the
whole number of votes giveu; and if no
person have such majority, then a second
election shall take place between the per
sons having the two highest numbers on
the same day that the election is held for
President, and the person having the high
est number of votes lor Vice President,
shall be Vice President; but if there should
happen to be an equality of the votes be
tween persons so voted for at the second
election, then the person having the
greatest number of votes in the greatest
number of the States shall be Vice Presi
dent. "But when a second election shall be
necessary in the case ot Vice President,
and not necessary in the case of President,
then the Senate shall choose a Vice Presi
dent from the persons having the two high
est numbers on tbe first electiou as is now
provided in the Constitution. Provided :
that after the ratification ot this amend
ment to the Constitution, the President;
and Vice President. shall hold their offices
respectively for the term of six years, and i
that no President or Vice President shall!
be eligible for re-election to a second
term.
"Sec. 2. And be it further resolved, tly t
Article 2, Sec. 1, Par. 6 of tbe Coustitutin
of the United States shall be amended so as
to read as follows : 'In case of the removal
of the President from office, or ot bis death,
resignation or inability to discharge the
powers and duties of the said office, the
same shall devolve on the Vise President;
ana in case oi cue aeacn, removal, resigna-
tion or inability both of the President and
Vice President, tbe powers and duties ol
said office Bhall devolve on the Secretary ol
State for the time being; or in case ot a va-
cancy In that, on the other departments iu
iho order Jn which they are named, oh the
Secretaryxjf the Treasury, on the Secretary
f War, on the Secretary of the Jfavy,' on
the Secretaiy of the Interior, on the Post
master and Attorney Generals;" and such
officer on whom the powers and duties of
the President shall devolve,. in accordance
with the- foregoing provision', ("hall then
Act as President until the disability shall be
removed or a President shall be elected, as
s or may be provided for by the second
section.
Sue. 3. And be It further resolved; that
Article 1; Section 3, be worded so as to read
M follows The Senate of the United
States shall be composed of two Senators
from each State, chosen by the persons
qualified to vote, for members of the most
numerous branch pt the Legislature there
of, for six years; and each. Senator shall
have one vote.' , ' .V ,-r..'
j " Sec. 4. And be it further, resolved, that
Article 3. Seetion 4. be amended to read as
follows:, 'Article 3. Section. X. The. ju
dicial power of the United States haH be
vested in one Supreme Court and in such in
ferior courts as the Congress from time to
time may ordain and establish, f The
Judges of both the Supreme and., infe
rior courts shall hold their office .during
tbe term of. twelve years, and. shall , at
ptated times.' receive for their services a
Icompensation which shall not be dimioish
led during their continuance in office.. And
5t shall be the duty of the President of the
jUuited States within twelve months after
the ratification of this amendment by three
fourths of all tbe States, as provided by
ithe Constitution 6f the .United States, to
divide tbe-whole number of Judges, as near
ai may ha, practicable, Into three .classes.
The seats of the Judges of the first class
shall be vacated at the end of the fourth
year from such classification ; of the second
class at the expiration of the eighth vear.
and of the third-class at the expiration of
ine tweircn year, so that one-third may be
chosen every four years thereafter." a . i
I
'
MEDICAL.
j ETMTT.TA STMTLrBTJS GUEAOTOa
it-' . '
" HTJ1WP1TREYS'
i noiiTEOPATIIIC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE
experience, an entire success: Simple
; Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
i only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use,
eo simple that mistakes cannot be made in
i using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable.
' TUcy have raised the highest commendation from .
; all, and will always render satisfaction. . .
' Nos. Cents.
! 1, Cures Fevera, Congestion, Inflammations.25
I ' S, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.25
: 8, " C'rylnit-ColicorTeetliingof Infants25
4, " , Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults.. 25
i 6, " . Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic.25
6, " C'liolera-HIorbun, Vomiting..... 25
i 7, " Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
.8, " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache.. SS
9, " IIeadavheaSickHeadache,Vertigo25
10, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25 .
11, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.. .25
! 12, " Whites, too profuse Periods 26
i 13, " Croup, Congh Difficult Breathing.. 25
; 14, " SaURneam,Erysipelae,Ernptions25
15, " Rheumatism, Rheumatic pains. .25 '
-10, " Fever & Ague, Chill Fever, AgueuSO
17, " Piles, blind or bleeding 50
18, ". : Opthalmy, and sore or weak Eves50
: l'.t, " Catarrh. acute or chronicInflnenzaSO
! 20, " Wliooplug-Cousli.violentcoughW
: SI, " Asthma, oppressed Breathing 60
i 22, " Ear IMseharges,impairedhearing50
S3, . " Srrolula.enlaiged glands,swellings50
; 21, GeneralDebility,pnysicalweakness50
' 25, Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 50 1
' 20, ' rea-fticltneaa,siclno8S romriding50 -
! 27, " KIdney-Dlsease, Gravel 50 .
; 28, '" Nervous Debility Seminal
Emissions, involuntary Dis-
1 charges , ...1 00
; 29, " Sore Month, Canker 50
' 80, " Urinary Weakness, wetting bedSO
' 81, " Fainfnl Periods, with spasms.. 50
82, " Sun'eringsat change of life 1 00 i
, 83, " Epllepsy,Spasms,St.Vitus'Dancel 00
84, " Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.M
JKAATXXr CASUS
Of 35 to TO large vials, morocco
or rosewood case, containing;
. a specinc for every ordinary- . .
disease a family fs subject to,
- stud books of directions
From $10 to $3S
, Smaller Family and Traveling cases, '
' with 20 to 28 vials from $5 to $8
j Specifics for all Private Diseases, both
for Curing tsd for Preventive
; treatment, in vials and pocket cases, $2to $ 5
' POND'S EXTRACT, !- -
: Cures - Barns, Bruises, Lameness,
Soreness,Sore Throat. Sprains. Tooth
ache, Earache, Neuralgia,' Rheuma
tism, Lumbago, Piles, Itoila, Stings, .
Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs,
Nose, Stomach, or of Plies t Corns. 11- .
cers. Old Sores. Price 50 cts. to $1.75 :
rtr These Remedies, except POND'S EX-''
, TRACT, by tbe case or single box, are sent to
any part ol tbe country, by mail or express, free ,
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Speoifio
-, Homeopathic Medioine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 5G2 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Huhphrkts is consulted daily at Mb office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
i 70S SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. '
jyl3-deodi wly
BRYAN'S LIFE INVIGORATOR,
0B BE J U 7E SATING" ELIXIB, .
For the immediate relief and permanent cure of
tnatconoition wnicn unnts tne sunerer trom per
forming; the duties of life, and whioh arises from a
morbid condition of the Kidney and bladder, and
results in nervous prostration and organic debility.
1 have used this remedy ia my private practice
witn unvarying suocess ior many rears. 1 am
therefore induced to offer it to the afflicted, leelins
confident' its merits will be appreciated. ' It is
adapted to au derangements of the U nnarv Ursans.
It strengthens the system, and eives life, health
and strength to all who use it and follow mv direc
tions It never tails to remove Nervous Uebllity,
ImDOtenov or Want of Power, and all Wr&kneiut
arising from Excesses or Youthful Indisoretion, re-
BU1UMK iu
LOSS OF MEMORY. NERVOUS TREMBtlVG
U NFLE ASANT DREAMS. UEN'L LASSITU DE,
WEAK. NEKV.ES, , DIMNESS OK VISION,
HEADACHE. FLUSHING OF THE SKIN,
Which, if negleoted, will assuredly lead on to In
sanity or Consumption. When the srstem is once
affected it will not recover without help. It must
be invigorated and strengthened to enable the suf
fererto fulfill tbe duties of life.
Sold br orincioal Druggists everywhere.'
Price One Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Five
Uollars.
Sent by express, oa receipt of the money, by
DH. J. Bit Y AN. 98 East 13th sU. New York.
Private circulars sent free; enclose stamp. -.
TO LADIES If you require a reliable reme
dy, why not use the best T Experience has
provea mat
DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE FILLS
Have no equal. They are safe and sure in ordina
ry oases.
frioe One Dollar per Box.
DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS.
Four degrees stronger than the above, are intended
lor speciM cases, and may always De relied on.
Prioe Five Dollars per Box.
Illustrated private eiroolars sent free. Enclose
stamp.
If you cannot procure the pills enclose the mon
ey and address DR. J. BRYAN. 90 East 13th st.
New York, and they will be sent free from obser
vation by rerurn of mail.
"VTOCNG MEN The utmost reliance may be
Jl placed in
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS.
For the speed r and permanent cure of Seminal
Weakness or Emissions, the result of Youthful
Indiscretion or Excesses. They can be used with
out detection or interference with business, and
thev will restore you to hea'th and strength.
PRICK ONE DOLLAR. Private circulars witl
instructions sent free. Enclose stamp.
if you cannot procure the pills enclose the money
and address DK. J. BKYA.V 98 hast 13th st.. New
York, and they will be sent free from observation
by return mail j4-deodAwly
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UIOQABL H ALU . CHARLES 0. BBLL0W8.
O. F. L. BUTJjKa.
HALM, It ALLOWS Jr. HITLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS,
Noa. 218 A: 218 South High St.,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
(7Air exUrmivt Manufactory it at (Ae Foot of
South ttnet, on th Canal J
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiacture
PARLOR. BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
of all classes and every design of superior work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-beat ;Chairg of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
febeVdecdlv .
, FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP,,
rTMIE SCBSCBIBKKS ARE NOW pre.
pared to repair and varnish all kinds of Fur
niture: also, to renew cane seats. Mattressess man
ufactured and upholstering , conducted iu all
branohesin the best style of workmanship. Furni
ture taken from and delivered to bouses free of
charge. Patrons may be assured of having their
orders fulfilled promptly. m
SAYNE DEVINO,
266 South High street. 3d door from
H. KNEYDELJ , . C. berly's store.
Upholster. 1 ' -- jul3-eod2u "
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tne Paper Boaiaew, ia
Writing,
'' Printing and
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Envelopes,
Printers' Cards, &a
Always keep on hand '
Book,
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Colored Inks.
Nos. 93 and 95 North High St.,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Always keep on hand a complete assortment of
;: arsteiass and superune Writing, iTinting,
and Blank Book Papers, ineludioA -
Jessup&Laffin's,
L L. Brown's,
i Plainer & Porter's,
; M Ivanhoe Mills, &c.
PT All Orders by Mail filled on as reasonabl
terms as if present in person.
max3u-deodaw6m-x i v ' : . i-
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The attention of the Trade is called to the superi-
torsrocioi
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
Just received ndf sale by.
! 36, 38 Sc 40 NORTH HIGH ST.,,
' COLUMBUS.'
. ' Our stock comprises a full line of
Book,
' Writing,
Colored and -
.. Print Papers.
'.i,, We have a full stock of -
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes'and varieties, which will be soldlat the
lowest market rates.
OUR stock or
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tribution. and a ohoice of the fine Steel Plate En-
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mck uji,iiija.' Any .r 11 "UAJ,
'Waihington as a Mason. ' Guard, an Angels."
Child of Heaven," "Fjm Sermon," "Second Ser
mon, tvangeiine. liuuKiouow stJulldren." Uy
Good Brother," and "Happiness."
a- Clubs of five or mure will be furnished at the
rate of to cents each .
Mm avstnieei. a r
I WEED. McUMBEK A COT
myl-eod3m No. Opera House. Columbus, 0.-
640 ILS
th naiifci
f' . . ...
r. a ujirf m i
UNIOKPACilC
it
( ,yir -
Are now' UnisheJ nd In .operation. "Aloj-a, than
twenty thousand men are employed, and it is not.
impossible that the entire, tract," irom Pmah 'o
Sacramento; will be finished ill 18S instead of 1870.
The UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
receiver t - - - ... 1 1 ,., i(u7..if
I. -A' tTorernxaent IB rAiftf "cTTlie "HJETW
way. and alt neoess ary f imber an other mate
rials foupd ajorg the line of its operations.
I I.-A.Creronteat Jr Ant of Kfsbe sfcres of
land to the mile,takenin .alternate sections on
each side of its road. 'This is an absolute do
sation.aud' will be a source ef.'largs Mrenue in
taefutwre., tn n v,,,irp it-i
Ilf,-A. (Gevernmont CrawtloJttibtid
States Thirty-yearBondsy-asaonnting to from
16.000 to $49,000 per mile, according to the dif
ficulties te be suriaoaoted. n tth TerkMarseo-
.a-tiona te be builtx' The Governmsnt lakesasaft
ond aiortgage as saearits-uuid ti'fTTTtfaltfiaf
not only the interest, but the principal amount
may be paid it services .rendered by the Com
pany in transporting troops', mails, Ac.1"
IV. A Govern. meat rauit of the right to
iata its own, FIRST. MORTGAMB BO-VS.
to aid in building the road, to the same amount
as tMU'iStlionds.issuedfor tfcesanaepairose.
and o ewea TM QovpsjikaUT Pjuuuts, tha
Trustees for the first Uorteega, BoBdhoWorato
deliver the Bonds to the .Company only as the
. foadlaeompleted, and ' it haabaesj exata
ined by .UAited. States, Commissioners and pro
nounqeyVjo i beja al respects fiisilksa Rail
road. T-A CapTTSlocTrunSetTrTptlsn from
the stockholders, pf arhieh W " Million
Dollar kave been paid in upon the work al
ready done, and which .wiR-bo increased as the .
1- waatg-of the Company require. at. .
VI. Net Cash Earnings on its Way BusK
nessthat already amount to mobb thaW tuV
- iMTCasir bn the First Morta fa BondaTvThese
, learnings arc no indication (of the vast through
traffic that must Follow the opening bf tjW line
to the Pacific but they certainly prove that' " '
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS1'
Upon' such a property, costing nearly "three1 flmMr'
. The Union Paeifie Bonds ran thirty years, are for,
II, 000 eaoh, and have coupons attached. Tbey bear
annual interest, payable on the first days ef Jaoti
ary and J uly at tbe Company's Office in the citv of
New York, at the rate of.six per cent, ia getd. The
principal is payable in gold at maturity. The.
prioeis 102, and at the present rate of gold they1
pay a liberal income on tbeireoat. . r . . ., . -,
The Company believe that at ths present price
these Bonds are the cheapest seeurity in the aas-i
ket, and reserve the right to advance the price at
any time. Subscriptions will be received iu iiewt
York at the. ,
Compavny's Office, No. 20 Natssaa Bt.(
' AMD BT"".'. ' t
Jshn J. Cisco & Son, Rankers. No. fin
Wall Street.
And by Leading Bankers generally throughout the
Um'ed States. .
Bemittamoot thovldbt madt drnftt or clKtr.
fundt par in Etna York, and the ondt v Ubtwtt
froe of charge by return oxprent. Partitt tub-
foribma throuah local agentt, wilt loots tj (Acta rr
thoir tafe delivery. ' -1-
A PaMPHLET AND MAP FOR 1SCB has just
been published by the Company,, giving, fuller in-. ,
formation than is possible iu an advertisement, re- "
specting the ProeTess of the Work, the Resources r
of the Country traversed by the Road, the Means
for Construction, and the Value of the Bonds
which will be sent free on application at the Com
pany's offices or to any of the advertised agents.
JOHN JT. Clitco. Treasurer, new lerkii
ri HT-juiS-dAw2m .-.-.,.. .-.i h! '
i if
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PROF. , CHRISTY'S ,.t ff ( j
i
i Nor any other Injurious Minerals or OilS.i -.cw
IT IS
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The bll is the Best Uair Dressing in the mar-
ket. . - . ... -, , w , .. . ,j: . , S,J
i The AiOiio restores gray hair to its original ,
ool or.
The Xotio will restore Hair te Bald Heads..-,.,
The 1'Otio will remove Dandruff. '
Tbe A.otio is the beet thing for Children's Ilair. J
The ArOtio has not been and cannot be surpass-r.
eJ, securing to all a clean, healthy scalp and beau- '
Ural heir. ; ... , . .-,
The Aietio will prevent the hair from falling
OUt. . . . ' .'- .'., .. .!.'! ii '-.ill
The AiOtio will prevent the hair from .turning,
grav. - J - - 'A
The Lotto is neat and elean, free from all Inju
rious minerals and oils, and can do no possible,,
harm. The perfume is delicate and agreeable. We -.
advise all to use it who desire a good bead of hair, v
' The Aotlo is used by thousands who pronounce
it far superior to the poisonous mixtures of Magar ' i
of Lead, so extensively advertised as "Renewex, .
"Ambrosia." "Tonic," Ae.. Ac ' ' ..- -it
The Proprietors eaa furnish proof to sustain the,-)
assertions above. Room will not admit the volun
tary certificates from individuals who have used H1
witheuooess.. ...:.... , ,.,1..11,)
Send for a Circular and. Testimonials.
, t .. v : :i . V. j .m' 3 .. j - , . . .i,-,a
i n; .ui Do not take anything else than.,;;; .j
Ohrity?g Hair X.otioU
J - - '-' .-'r -r :i ' -- t ir I .' ii VIT
If your Pruggist has not got it, apply to those
who have, or get him to get it for you. or send dir
reel to the manufactory-j : s .j,,; n.,j y, 3.4W
: FOR BALK BT DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.;,
Price, CI per Bottle." One Half Dozen u
j ; t.i r ::'. 'r.5:M : i J -.:! bir.
Bar A Libera) Deduction te the Trade. , Alanu- ,
fsctured only by
-;; .-v.: '.! - ri 1! 2t,tit
Prof. A. R. CHRISTY & CO.,
T it'."'. ' ITS Fiftn Street," 3? ?on
jul7-eod6m ' i- CmotMHATii ObioJ
i
Proposals for State Printing i"'
I . i . , ... .: ' i- " 1 ' ..! ji mttit
I . OFFICB CojfMISBIONIBS OW P1INT1N0, 1 1 r-.,.3
Colchscs, Ohio. June 36, 186S.(
SEALED PROPOS1L9 WILLKEHE.''1
. ceived at the office of the heoretary of titate il
of the State of Ohio, until , . , ,
Tuesday, tl)e 88th day of July, tSOS "!
at 12 o'clock M., for executing the Btate Printin '
ior the period of two years, from and after the fir . ia
Monday of November next ensuing, in accordance
with the provisions of the act entitled "aa act to J
provide for the execution and. supervision of the
"State Printing and Binding," passed March 34, 1880,
tbe act supplementary thereto, passed May 1. 16J,
and the aot amendatory thereof, passed April A.
16.
' Full printed SprciviOATTONS. revised, can be '
had cn application to tbe Secretary of Stats. T
aoh proposal must be aoeompanied byabond,
exeoutea in due form by the bidder., with at least;-,
two good and sufficient sureties, satisfactory to tbe
Commissioners of Printing, in the penal sum -of "
ten thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful
performance, pursuant to law, of such class oe
classes of the State Printing as may be adjudged to K
him, and for the payment as liquidated damages
by snob bidder to the State of anv excess of oost v
over the bid or bids of such bidder which the State
may be obliged to par for such work by reason of
the failure of such bidder to complete bis contract. , r
said bond to be null and void if no contract shall he '' A
awarded to him. Jt'o bid unaacompanita by wi i
bond mill bt entertained by the Coamittionert of
Printing. , . it i'
' Copies of bonds (in blank) will be furnished to.
bidders on application to the Secretary of State.
In all respects the printing: shall be exeouted, and ' ) '
the bills thereof madeout, filed, audited and paid
in conformity with the provisions of the act "lo i
provide for tbe execution and supervision of the
State Printing and Binding." passed March 34,
lfi0. and the amendatory act of April 6. lees, te
which acts reference is hereby made for such
further information as may be desired- i rr
Proposals to be sealed, and indorsed on tbe out- , ,
side of the envelope, "Proposals for Publie Print' 1
ins," and addressed to the Secretary of State. , . , ,
JOHN RUSSELL, Steretary of State. : ' 1
AIOSKS R.1SKA1LEY. Coo ptroller of Trees y. ot
J AS. H. HODMAN. Auditor of State.
ju26dlwwtd - Commissioners of Printing: 'i, 't
; 1 j ji i-1 ia r
Sherifi's Sale.' - wi-v.
Rickly Brother ,.?:, : ;viiiJ tii
Henry Langner and A.
Neidolander. late part
ners as Laniiner A Nei
dolander and Andrew
C Bethge. .
Court of fjommon
' - Pleas it. x-"' '!
. of Franklin County.,. ., ,
Bk VIRTCROF ANEXECCTION IN.,
the above stated ease rrbnr said court-tnnie'
direoted.l will offer for sale at pubiio auction at.iT
store room No. 71 North High street, iu the city .
of Columbus, on -v"
Saturday, (be 18th day of July, IX 180c: ti
at 10 o'clock A. M-. the following property, to-wit:u'l
Forty pairs of boots, a large lot of shoes, upper
and sole leather, lasts, boot trees, show cases.!
counter, one shop stove, and many other articles
b'-longina tea boot and shoe shop. -,1 - 'a
Printer's fees Bis.75 - . ... ,..,.
GEORGE H. tARHART, Sheriff.
Otto Dbbsjsl. Att.i.. j8dtdi'"i
i v Sherift's Sale. N ' "
' Lafayette Sims ) Court of Common Picas, of r
... vs. . - V Franklin County. ' 11
Jacob Andrixetal.) . Vendi- j
NOl ICR IS HF.REHY 6IVEN THAT,'. -I
will offer for sale at Pubiio-Auction, oa the '
farm of Jacob Andrix, known as the Woodri'ig. 7
farm, in Madison township. Franklin county, Ohio.
OB . . . i jr.-xi J u-i -s ! ' X
Monday, the 27th day ot July, A. P,.1863, ,
at 1 o'clock P, SI.", the following chattel property toy rj.
One gray horse, one bay horse, one grey mare and i I
eolt, one roan horse, three two-yar old oolts,
twelve head of cattle, fifty head uf sheep; eichteen '''t
head of stock hoes, one two-horse wagon, takes.- as ' ;,
the property of Jacob Andrix. "
Printer's fees B15T5. . ' i-f;r -'-ihsil
- ' GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff.,
. By J. 8. Btll, Deputy. - - w -.-..',, It
' Il.B. Ai-bkhby. Attorney. - : Ijyl-dtd-r-. j,
JOHN SCHNEIDiiR.
i't
til. 1.
WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY, ' .
.178 Honth llich strt. Coramhnii. O- TlTiMnV
otfofullj done and WKTanted. mj7-eod6iu

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