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WW VOL. XV. PEURYSBURG, O., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1867. $ro. i fa rcBi.iHHRD cvcnr Friday mornino bt TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Throe morfths... SO Pit months on Cue yean;...:... f. oo TERMS OF ADVERTiSItfa. Odi icjdar-e.ene insertion . .$1 00 Bach subsequent insertion SO Business Cards, per annum 8 00 Administration, Attachment, Dissolution, Ex ecutor, Redemption and Road Notices--" 2 00 Marriage Notices . 60 Death Notices Free. The spaco occupied by ton lines, or less,of this tiled type counts one square. All Transient and Legal Advertisements must , be paid for in advance to insure publication. t-tF Attorneys aro HKt.n rKspossibt.s for all advertisements handed in or authorised by them, and for the publication of all Sheriff's Sale notices, the writs fur which they order out. . JOB PRINTING. We are preparedto execute all Vinta of Job Work, such as Posters, Salo Bills, Pmerammet. Cavitations, Cards, Labels, Pamphlets, nil kinds of Blanks, Jko., In the most satisfactory manner. The following are the rates for Sheet Bills : y, Sheet Bills, per 25 $2 00 V 4t 2 SO y .: .. ..100 s 00 i 25 2 50 yi " ... 50 a 00 X 100 S 50 100 5 00 Fwllaheet .-100 8 00 Orders will be filled at short notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. 13s" Printing of every kind, whether job work or advertising, which is done for any association, ncietv, public meeting or political party, will lie charged to tho person or persons ordering the same, who will be held responsible for payment. OBLINRKR Ac TIJI1IOJIS, Publishers and Proprietors. BUSINESS CARDS. L'EItRYSBUItG MEAT STORE. JOHN O. HOFFMAN HAS removed his Meat Store to the building re cently occupied by tho Hardware Store, on Louisiana Avenue. An excellent quality of Meal la always kept on hand.tj which ho inritesthe at tention'of all lovers of a juicy Roast, or a tender Steak. Perrysbnrg, November 6, 18GJ. 3?.x B. C. EBF.KLV, SURGEON DENTIST, peuutsiU'iig, onto. rfChnrges Moderate, and alt wcrk warranted. tf-Office over Q. Beaeh'a Store, on Louisiana Avenne. 43za j. 11. iimr, Attorney -at -Law, HAS resumiil the practice of his profession, at Perryshurg, Ohio, where ho wilt giro prompt tt int'mn to all legal business entrusted to bis on re. Office in the Bank building. 7zz VT I M.I AS H. JONK8. JjnN A. SHANNON JOAES & SHANNON, REAL, ESTATE AGENTS OFFICE OVEIl KREPS' STORE, Kin T ' ." ' r " ? Perrysbnrg, Ohio. A. McMAHAN, (Late Brevet-Colonel U. S. Volunteers,) "7Vctx Olcvixxx Agent Postoffice Address East Toledo, Ohio. ALL Honest Claims against the Government can be collected. Many of tho late officers and soldiers of the army, and also widows and heirs of deceased officers and soldiers, do out keep well informed of the laws relating to them. All claimants for whom I transact business are promptly informed, by miil.of any laws affecting them. fWXo charge made unless claims are successfully prosecuted. 43zz ... , 1 J. K. Hord, Fremont. J. M. IIord, Pcrrysburg . J. K. & J. M. IIOIU), ATTORNEYS. . . . .Pcrrysburg, O. ., Office in Baird House. . . SSzx GEOKGE STItAIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Pbrbysbcro, 0., WILL attend to all business con Bded to h i s ca re is the several Courts of Ohio. Military Claims will receive particular attention. Also Insuranoe taken at reasonable rates. Office New Hardware Building, up stairs, cor ner of Louisiana Avenue and Front street. lis F. IK K. IIOLLGNBECK, Ferrrtkurf, Wood County, O. Attobmsts-at-Law j Notaries Public ; Conveyancer .- . . Cnllectiair AireiiU : -' Real Estate Agentshaving large quantities of wild lands, and many improved tarms, tor sale j Agents to Pay Taxes, and redeem land sold for taxes Also, to purchase lauds aud investigate titles. . ' War Claim Agents, To procure the back-pay and bounty due to rel atives of deceased soldiers s . To prooure pensions for those entitled to them 1 To procure for soldiers liberated from prison, commutation of rations while they were confined, Ac, Ac. 3 ROSS & COOK, - AOBKTB MB tun METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO. I or New York City. Rate as low as anv good, first-dsns Company. Business solicited. Office, corner of Front-street and LouUltoa-aveoue, Perrysburg. 21) ' J. F. & 8. H. PUICE, Attorney sat-Law, Perrysfcarar, Wood Coolly, O. WE bars) large quantities ef Real Estate for sale ; attend to Tax-paying ; lsot procure Bounties aud Pensions for iiuldieri. , .. All business promptly attended to. 18 1KSURE1 . INSURE! '""insure. WITH THE ' -' FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY, ' . OF DAYTON, OHIO. THIS Company has fairly earned the right to solicit the patronage o( the citizens of this County, having pnid f i.700 in Losses in the Bounty within the last year. Rata as low as any reliable Company. , Losses equitably ajmUed aoduronin ' A. 8HATjrOJTtP7rrybnrir,0., : i 44 1.: .. Oaerftl Agtnt w tnatibvestcraOhio. . J. H. RHEINFRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Over the New Drug-Store of Inscho Cbampney, on Louisiana Aveuua. t if" At night, will be found lu Boom 0, at Vor toa's Exchange llotel. lOis JOHN A. SHANNON, Aiuiraey 4 Cnsfllor-t-Ltr, OFFICE OVER KREPS' STORE, Perrysburg, Ohio, tifAUendon firsa to the collection of Soldiers' Claims. 4 lii REAL ESTATE AGENCIES. as. W. ROSS, asms. COOK, bi.rfrt p. boss llOSS & COOK, ABSTRACTS of TITLE. OFFICE t Corner l.nulaiann Arrnar and Front aireei, rcrrj tDurg, Ohio. WE have the only set of Abstract Hooks now in Wood County, containing a complete I.Nnrx to all lints and Lands therein. 1ST Certificates of Title given upon reasonable terms. tAlso, Agents for purchaser and selling Real Kstate, getting up Tax Titles, paying Taxes, &c, i!tc. Unsiness solicited. 37zx okoroi wrnnRi.t.' w. a. rberlt WEDDELI. V EBF.RLY, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, rorryaburjr, Wood rotinty, Ohio. Will buy and sell Lands, examine titles, pay taxes, redeem Lands sold fur taxes, SiC, &t. Office in the Court-house. 37xs REAL ESTATE AGENCY HMIE undersigned having established a Real X Kstnto Agencv, at Pen vsbtirg, have fur sale a large number of improved .Farm and timbered Lands in Wood county, Ohio, among which are the following s 80 Bcres of land in Perrysbnrg Township, 5 miles from Perrvsburg, 16 acres under cultiva tion, fur $1,600 ; 700 down, balunco in 1, 2 and 3 years. A good team, hurness and wagon will to taken on first payment. 100 acres in Washington Township j good log house, well and bearing orchard ; 00 acres im proved j b.ilance timber walnut, nk, etc. Will sell either improved 80, or timbered SO, or both ; part down, balance in four equal annual payments. SO acres. 3 miles west of Portage, in l.ibertv Township, on good road, all under cultivation biit 7 acres, orchard of 300 large trees, frame barn, log house. 80l ncrc, near P. Avenue Road, 6 miles from Perrysbnrg, in Lake Township, 4 acres fenced, 2 in apple and 2 in peach orchard. 201 acres, on road from New Rochester to West Millgrove, Montgonn ry Township, no nw and s pt ne and n pt ne, well improved and good building. 1 15 acres, 3 miles snuthof Portage, in Portage Township, on PerrysUiirg and Findlay Pike, 50 acres improved, new house, fine peach 'and apple orchard, good well, shop, Jtc. Unimproved part well timbered and handy to saw-mill. . S3 acres, on corner of county and town ro.id, 7 miles nw from Van Buret), 4 from McCnmb ; w Msw M see 31, town 3, range 10, Henry Town slip i 25 acres under cultivation, 40 acres fenced, good young orchard, new fraino house, log barn. 40 acres, 4 miles ea.,t of Portage on creek bank, se l-i nw i Portage Township, 7 acres improved, balance well tim'jeied and near saw-mill. 40 acres, 3 miles nw of West Millgrove, on road leading theneo to Fostoria, nw ne sec SO, Portage Township, all under cultivation, large fine orchard, good frame house, log barn, splendid well. 80 acres, nn sec 30, and sw i sw sec 19, Portage Township, 2 acres improved, good log house, 3 miles south of Portage, on L'errrsburg aud Findlay Pike. 80 acres, in Milton Township, 14 mile from Mil ton Center, well timbered aud mile from saw mill. 150 acres, timbered land, in Perrysbnrg Town ship, near East Oregon Kond, 0 miles from Toledo. 80 acres, timbered, 4 miles cast of Portage, in Portage Township, sw sw and nw sw. The undersigned are respectfully soliciting the Agency of Lands upon the easy terms of no fee where there is no sale. WEDDELL & EBERLY. Pcrrysburg, January 1, 1807. 30 VALUABLE REALESJATE FOR SALE. "pHE undersigned having established a Real Ks- mie Agency in i crrysourg, oner lor sale me following ileal bstate, situated in Wood County Ohio: 6 In-lots in Perrysbnrg, with good House, Barn Orchard, Well, Ac. very desirable. Can bo hud at a bargain, and on liberal terms. A I'arm of 120 acres, in section 10, of Plrfin Township, under good cultivation, with 300 fruit trees, good buildings, and well drained. Two miles from lontognny. An Improved Farm of 100 Acres, in sec tion 34, Plain Township ; 90 acres under cultiva tion, and nearlv all under fence ; a laree orchard aud good well, together witii a good frame house and barn. A Farm containing OR Acres, in same section, all under fence mostly improved ; orchard, good barn and large house, with good frame house iu eoursv ui construction. The NE. of the NE. i of section 28, town 4 north of range 10 east. Goud IIouso and Orchard All under fence. UNIMPROVED LANDS. K 14 se qr section 35, tp 5, rango 1180 acres. N V, sw qr sec 39, tp 5, range 11 80 acres. 80 Acres, in section 4, Cel. Jr Township, well umoerea wttli UlacK walnut, wlutc wood, lie. SO Acres, iu Bcction 18, Liberty Township, prairie. 40 Acres, in section 16, Milton Township 80 Acres, in section 12, Henry Township lliiioeruu. 800 Acres in section 11, Portage Township; heavilv timbered.. Twelve or fifteen choice TOWN LOTS, in Per- ryBburg. tW The above Real Estate will be offered a low rates, on terms to suit the purchaser. SLEVIN A ltKOWN, 4 Real Estate A gents, Pcrrysburg, 0 WOOD CO. TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE AT A IJARGAIN ! f) Ifk ACRES in Seclion (I, Jackson Township, w"iAJ adjoining tho track of the 1). & M. Rail road, nearly three-fourths of a mile, and ncluding r nrnnnirt'8 Kiatiou. ihere is on tlie place a Blue i rncx, a l.og uouse, a Log tiarn, anuan Ar tesian Well. Price, $12 50 per acre. lfA ACRES, being the NE. of Section 7 1 UV Town 3, N. of Range E., lying less than !i f mile from the track, and i a mile from raruham s station. Price, (10 per acre. I ffi ACRES, being tlie XW. of Section 12, J )t Town 3, N. of Range 8 E., lying mile from the track, and a mile Irom Far'uham's Sta tion. Terms, 'A cash; balance in ne and two rears, with interest. A rare cbauce for a saw mill or Stare Factory. F. A I). K. HOLLEXBECK, Ss Perrysburg, Ohio. BARGAINS IJjTREAL ESTATE For Sale, a nice span'nf horses 6 years 'old. Also a tnrasning-maehine .aud corn-sueller in good order. 40 acres of land , n 14 of e Vi of n w qr, sec 28, in Perrysbnrg, good log dwelling house, and other improvements. $650, prompt pay, or $700 in payments. 160 acres of land for sale cheap, in Warren county, Illinois. - In-iot, Noa, !5 and 36 for sale in Phllinna' addi tion to Toledo, Ohio; at a bargain, in payments if utsireu. Also, a Lnsinesa lot id ties Mninos, tnwa low. 80 acres, n siqrs e 21, Middletou, good land, at (10 per acre in payments. acres, h )4 ne qr see 54, WebsUr, ditching paid for, at 10 per aero in pavments. 160 aores, uw qr sea 29, In Portage, good land, at $6 per acre in payments. - 81 acres, w i aw qr seo 27, in Lake, at a low figure. ! 60 acres, w Jff s qr see 5, town S, range 10, in Henry, at $3 per acre. A number of flue iu-lots for sale cheap in Per rysbnrg. Desirable lands In Laporte and Steuben Co a, lad., for sale at a bargaiu. , 800 acres of tax title lands, in Wood County, for sale cheap. I will show my lands with pleasure, and in sell ing, will make payments to suit. J. HICKETTS. ferrysburg, February 8, 1667. 41ts A Fine Piano for Sale. INQCIJJE iU ' . KcMAUAK'S D00K3T0RE. The Castalian Fount. MY ANGEL LOVE. BY FANNY FORRESTER. gaied down life's dim labyrinth, A wildering maae to see, Crossed o'er by many a tangled clew. And wild as wild could be; And as I gated in doubt snd dread An angel came to me, I knew him for a heavenly guido, I knew him even then, Though meekly as a child he stood Among the anna of men Ily his deep and apirit-loveliness, I knew him even then. And ss I leaned my weary head I pen his proffered breast, And scanned the ieri I -haunted wild From out my place of rest, I wondered if the shining ones 01 Eden were more blest. For there was light within my soul, Light on my peaceful way, And all around the bluo above The clustering star-light hiy ; And rasterlv I sw uprearod The pearly gates of day. So hand in hand we trod tho wild, My angel love and I Ilia lifted wing all quiv. ring With tokens from the sky Strange niv dull thoughts could not divine "I was lifted but to fly I Again down life's dim labyrinth 1 grope my way alone, ' While wildly through the midnight sky Hlack hurrying clouds are blown, And thickly, in my tangled path, The sharp bare thorns are sown. Yet. firm my foot, for Well I know The goal can not bo far. And ever through the rifled clouds, Shines out one steady star : irhcn m.y guide trrnt up he frfi 3 he pearly gtttcl rtjnr t BY FANNY FORRESTER. State Legislation. LAWS OF OHIO. The following is a list of tlie Laws of a trcucrul nature, passed at tho Second Ses sion of the Fifly scvcntli General Assembl of Ohio, as taken from tho cmriiiilution of the Cincinnati Gazelle : Making partial opproin ialions for the year 1867. lneieasinj; (ho, compensation ol Common riean Judges to2.flU0 per year. Amending section one hundred and sev enty olio of the endo of civil procedure, so as to allow the defendant to apply for a va cation of the order of arrest or reduction in tho amount of tine, ut any time before judgment is rendered ; and that he bIiiiII have renHniint.le tinio tor the preparation ami hearing of the motion. To amend section otio hundred mid six teen of I lie Justices' code, so as to require triiHCi ipts and papers in appealed cases to be fi cd with the Common l'leas Clerk, on or before the thirteenth day from tho rendi tion of the judgment. Appropriating eight thousand dollars for the public printing. Authorizing County Commissioners to purchase and make tree any turnpike, or part thereof, within tho limits of their re spet live couiitief, on the petition of a ma jority of resident land ownere along aud adjacent to the lino of the same. Amending the third section of the act re latiug to partitions of real estate, so that notice must be given at least forty days previous to the granting of tho order of partition. For the relief of sureties of Justices of the Peace, Constables and Township Treas urers. They can be relieved from liability on five days' notice to the Township Trus tees, and threo days' nolico to the officer that the application bus been made. If the ollicer fail to furnish new security, his office shall bo declared vacant. Legalizing errors that may bo made iu additions to cities and incorporated villages. To authorize I'robute Judges to allow guardians to sell tho real estate of their wards at private sale, but in no caso at less than the appraised value. Amending section five hundred and forty three of the Civil Code, so as to allow tho plaintiff to deposit money as security lor costs. To ullow tho Council of an' incorporated village in which there is a turnpike road to construct sidewalks along the turnpike, not exceeding twelve feet in width. Tho maximum width was previously fixed at ten feet. To require county clerks to report statin, tics ol crime to the Commissioner of Statis tics. To enable, associations of persons fur raising funds to bo loaned among their members for purchasing homester's for themselves, to become bodies corporate. To amend section one of the act author izing tho establishment of lines of ti no me ridian iu this State, so as to allow the lines to be less than forty rods in length. Authorizing the docketing of a transcript with Common Pleas clerks for an execution in cases before mayors as well as justices of tho peace. To amend section forty-seven of the act relating to wills,-so us to allow probate judges, upon satisfactory evidence, to admit to probate any will whern the original may have been lost or destroyed after the testa tor has becoruo insane. To subject a person convicted of an as sault, or attempt to assault, to imprisonment iu the county jail not exceeding six months, in addition to tun punishment herefore prescribed. Authorizing incorporated villages to levy u tux of one mill for police purposes. To authorize sub districts to erect separ ate schooliiouses during the years 18C7 and 18G8. . ' T'i allow incorporated villages having over one thousand inhabitants at the last Federal census, to borrow not more than ten thousand dollais for the purchase of steam or other flro engiims, and tor main taining a fire department. To authorize county commissioners to ap propriate as county roads unfinished turn, pikes and plank roads. To provide fur the appointment of a lavr librarian of the Supreme Court. Abolishing tavern licenses. Amending the act fixing the compensa tion of members of the Gei eral Assembly, ao as to have it apply to the chief clerks fur woi k done after the close of the season. Relating to roads aud highways, To authorize and empower administrators and executors, with tho consent of the Pro bate Judge, to erect tombstones or monu ments to the memory of deceased persons. Providing a bounty of one hundred dol lars to volunteers credited to a Congres sional district or the State at large. To incorporate sharpshooters' associa tions. To amend section (oity two of the act to provide for the creation and tegulstion of incorporated companies; so as to authorize the salo of paid up rtiboad ttock, and the proceeds to be arediled to the general fuud of tho ottntr, city, town or township, ne the case may be. To provide for tfio payment of the fees of Clerks ol the Courtesf ('mtnou Pleas, iu cases where the Slate fails to collect the costs after due and didigent efforts have brr-n mado therefor. Requiring Probate Judges to Veep in their ofllees records of all fees reenived by them, and to furnish at niiatly abstracts of tho same to county Auditois. Amending section twenty-four of tho act providing for Urn punishment of crimes, passed March 7, 183."), by inserting (lie word " cut " before " Ktab." Kxtending the provisions of tho act de fining the jurisdiction of Probate Courts iu K rie, Lucas. Huhtand and oth' r counties to Fulton, Williams, Simdiuky, Van Wtit, Darke, Wyandot and Coshocton. Aim tiding the second section of tho act defining the jurisdiction of tho Probates Courts in the counties of Kite, I.ucas, &c so as not to givo the accused party the privilege of electing a trial in llio Court of Common Pleas. For the further protection of cemeteries in the State of Ohio. It authorizes ceme tery associations to appoint police forces. and gives their employes, stationed on their grounds, the power ol police officers, provi ded they take before tie proper authority an oath, similnr to that required of consta bles. It also makes it unlawful for any one to discharge a lire-arm upon the grounds ol any cemetery, or within one hundred yards thereof, unless permission is given try tlie trustees of tho association. Tho penally is a fine not exceeding twenty dollars, or imprisonment in the jail, not exceeding ten days, or both, at the discretion of the court. 1 o authonzd tho cuanl ns of lunatics ami idiots to lease the lauds f their wards. To provide for tho better legiilathm of turnpike and plaukroad companies, and to repeal seclion forty-one of the act relating to incoi pin ated companies. It provides tiint all tollR, collected at gates, between which there aro defective places, sliall be applied to repairing the road. Authorizing incorporated villages l aving, by tha last Federal census, not less than two thousand aud not more than fotty live hundred inhabitants, to issue lunula and levy a lax, not exceeding five mills on the dollar in any one year, for tho construction of free tin npikes. To provido for t incorporation and reg ulation of independent agricultuial socie ties. To allow County Commissioners to sell real estate belonging to the county. To amend section two hundred and twonlv eight of the act to provide for tho settle ment of the estates ol deceased persons, so as to allow a minor, a married woman, in sane or imprisoned person, to bring action under that section within one year alter me removal ol the disability. Chunging tho act providing for tho equal izalion of the assessment of railroad prop erty for taxation, so as to require the sev eral boards of assessors and appraisers to send immediately alter the adjournment, to the Slate board, all tho reports of rail road officers, with such other information as formed the basis of taxation assessed by them. Amending the third section of the act regulating the fees of Sheriffs), so as to al low fees iu criminal cases whero the State fails, to mi amount not excoudiug tin oo hundred dollars in any one year. To authorize Township TriiHlees to trans fer unexpended balances of bounty and sol diers' relief funds not noeded for tho pur poses for which raised, to the general town ship fund. Provision must first ho mado fur outstanding claims. To authorize the Governor to appoint policemen for railroads, upon the rocom rnciul.it ion of tho companion They shall have tho power aud be subject to the lia bilities of policemen in first-class cities, in the ten itorits where they arc commissioned to set. To crertto a Board of Three Commission ers to revise tho laws relating to tho reve nues and finances ol tho State. Inci easing tho compensation of County Surveyors lo five dollars per day and mile age to ten cents per mile. To require Probate Judges to registor births and deaths, which shall be reported to him by physicians and professional mid wives. To amend section four hundred and fifty five of the Limit Code so as to prohibit a Coroner from forwarding by mail money made on an execution, unless be shall bo specially instructed to do so by tho plain tiff, his agent, or attorney of record. To exempt from execution one sewing machine., necessary for the support of the person owning it. To authorize Village and Township Treas urers not provided with fire and burglar proof safes, to deposit the public funds in banks, but are to be held responsible for all losses that may occur from such de posit. Extending the act B'v'nf? Probate Courts of Erie, Lucas, and sundry other counties, jurisdiction in minor criminal cacs in Defiance county. To amend section two of the act, to pro vide for locating and constructing ditches, draitiB, and wutei-cout'ses, so as lo author ize the County Cnmmissioneis to employ a competent surveyor or surveyor and engi neer or to make the survey or level. To authorize County Commissioners to offer rewards for the apprehension of par ties charged with er convicted of crime punishable by imprisonment iu the peni le:, tiary. " Authorizing County Commissioners and township trustees to increase or reduce the width of county or township roads. Amending the twenty-sixth section of the act of 1 8U 1 , providing for the punishment of certain ci iines, so as to make tho party convicted of slander or libel subject to im prisonment in the county jail lor a period not exceeding six months. Authorising the incorporation of compa nies for the improvemi lit of lavigable streams, with a capital of one thousand dol lars. The minimum amount of the capital stock was subsequently fixed st ten thou sand dollars. Allowing municipal corporations to levy a lax for tho improvement ot cemetery grounds. Authorizing trustees of minors residing out of the State, tp s II real estate belong ing to their wards. Keoiurini! County Commissioners to fur nish Probate Judges with proper blanks and blank books. Authorizing a creditor to bring action be fore his claim becomes due when the debt or is endeavoring to defraud him, and . h amount does not exceed one hundred dol lurs. - Amending the law passed last session relative lo fees in minor criminal cases, 0 ss satisfactory evidence be fiimiahed the County Commiseiotif rs before they make any allowances for Services in pur suing fugitives from justice. To limit the lien nf assessments made by muuitipal corporations for improvement purposes. To authorize County Commissioners to construct roads on petition of a majority of resident land owners along and adjacent to the line tf the proposed road. ' Author ring county Commissioner!", c:ly councils and township ti listers lo levy, iu 18GT, a tax (or the purpnsn of relunding money pledged for-loosl bounties, win re ll ev have omitted hi do so he refofnre. Extending the provisions of the Cleve land Metopolitan Police law to Toledo, Day ton and Coliin, bus. Authorising tho incorporation of elova tor companies. To provide for establishing a line of wharling and dockage in navigable waters in thisS ate. It provides that whoever any municipal corporations are situated upon the bank nf any navigable stream or lake with which one nf Iho canals is united, the line ol whuifing or dockage sliall be rtal-lit-hed under tho supervision of tho lloaid of Public Woi ks. Amending the provision of the twenty second seclion of the school law n as to allow six mills lo be levied for school and school house purposes, and a supplement ary tax of one mill in the years 1861 and l!"08 to pay existing indebtedness. To regulate and govern the Ohio Peni tentiary. It is designed to make that insti tution more f oil sustaining. Changing the tinio of tho game law to go into operation from the 14lh to the first day ol February, and making it unlawful to ratch or attiinpt to catch quail with a net, snare or trap. For the protection of certain graveyards mid burial grounds. It invests the title, of burial grounds not belonging to a religions association or incorporated company, nnd which have not been dedicated according lo the forms and requirements of the law, in the municipal corporation where located To authorize religious corporations, upon petition to Common Pleas Jude, to st li cemetery grounds in which further inter meiils bavo been prohibited by municipal ordinance. . To authorize the Councils of incorporated villages ol over two thousand inhabitants to locale utid construe sewers. Amending section lif'.een id the act regu lating descents, so as to place, bastards on the same folding ns legi'imate children. Authorizing Township Trustees lo con struct sidewalks leading to cemeteries. Authorizing nny person, agricultural or religions sot iety, lo appropriate on cither side of. any public road, stifiieieut land for the construction of a public sidewalk, which shall not, in any manner, obstiuct any privnto entrance or public highway, and making it unlawful for nny ono to drive or hitch a horse on tho same, or to Ret up booths, elands, Jtc, to be let or used for profit. Amending the act of lPGfl, so as to allow in villages the sale or leuso of wharve: , market spaces, paiks or publio grounds upon ordinance of the Council only. To authorize incorporated villages, with out icgnrd to their population, to levy a tux for the construction ol lice turnpikes. To aiilhoi i.o Township Trusteis to ap propriate lauds for cemetery purposes. Appropriating tho sum of S,00U for tha A u t i e t ti in National Cemetery near Sharps burg, Mil. To iiulliorlzi! Cemetery Associations and Councils of incorporated villages lo sell or incuinl er real estate. To piovido for the appointment of a CouimisHioiier of Kaihoiuls and Telegraphs, and to prescribe his duties. To authorize Township Trustees, in counties where infirmaries have been eslab belied to appropriate the poor fund Tor general township purposes. Giving Township Tnii-lucs one dollar and fifty cents per duy for services under the road law. Providing that nny sub district, or any two or more contiguous sub districts, con taining not less than two hundred and seventy-five inhabitants, may become a sep arate school district. The law docs not ap ply to any city, town, or incorporated vil lage now governed, as to school, by any special law, the Akron law, or by tho law of February 21, 18-19, and the acts amend atory thereof. For the establishment, support and regu lation of Childrtu's Homes, and tho law passed iu 18GC upon the same subject. Providing for the establishment of a printing and binding department in the Institution nf the Deaf and Dumb, To provide for the erection of an addi tional lunatic asylum, to be located at somo conveniently accessible point within the Central Asylum District, but not with in thirty miles of any of the existing lunatic asylums. To provido for pun'shirg the procure ment of aboi t:on in any stage of fecial life, unless the sntno shall have been necessary to preserve the life of the mother. To require balances of company funds, iu hands of officers of the National Guard, to be distributed among the members thereof. Repealing the third suction of the aot authorizing county commissioners to levy a tux for road purposes, passed April 6, 1865. Amending section two hundred aud sixty six of the corlo of civil procedure, so us to require the judge lo reduce his charge to writing ut the request of either party to the suit. To exempt pensioners of the United States from performing tho two days labor on the publio highways. Authorizing an iucorj orated village, and the township in which it is situated, to unite in erecting a town hall. To authorize tho council of incorporated villages to lovy a tax of ten luilld in any one year for sewerage purposes. To require railroad companies to stop all passenger trains at every station located at a town or village having three thousaud inhabitants. To require railroad companies to assist in tho construction of drains, ditches, or water-courses that will cross or draiu their road-beds. Authorising testimony taken before a master commissioner or n ferej to bo used at a subsequent stage of the cause. Amending suction fifteen of the code of civil procedure so ns to provide that the cause of action shall not be deemed to havo occttired until the discovery of the wrong doer. To provide for the Creation and regula tion of co operative trade associations. Extending the Health Law to incorpor ated villages. Ceding to the United Slates jurisdiction over the lands to be used tor the National Asylum or Disabled Volunteer 8 d lien. Amending seclio.i twenty-four of the General Flection (jtw so as to provide for the punishment of a Judge of Election who shall refuse to receive er shall sincliou the rejection of a ballot from any peiSiiu, know, iug him to iiave all the qmUilicalioiis of an elector. Making it unlawful for any person be tween the fifteenth of April and the fifteenth of February, to trap, catch, kill, or to pur sue with such intent, mi tho premises of unother, any muskrat, mi ik, or otter, or to enter upon the premises of another at any time without the cunsent of the owner for such purposes or with the inlenlion'of destroying or injuring tnnakrat heaps or houses. The act shall not be so construed ss to prevent the killing of the ui.imals Specified when there Is danger tf their doing injury to public or private property. To provide for the voluntary dissolution of corporations. To regulate Insurance companies. To authtnize County Commissioners to lay out and establish free turnpike roade upon petition of a nisjoiity of resident land holders, and to repeal tho provious laws on tho snmo subject. Providing tor the publication of the pro posed constitutional amendment, and pre scribing the manner of voting thereon. To abolish the Uni ftiu of Soldiers' (Maims and the unite of Military Claim Agent, Claims may bo received and prosecuted until the first day of June next. After that time tho business shall bo settlod up as speedily ns possible, and on the first day ol October nil unfinished busini ss, tho books, papers and records of those olVicrs shall ho transferred to tho Adjutant Generals Department. Authorizing the Hoard of Military Claims to allow and pay all claims for loonl bounty win re the money has not come into the hands of tho enlisted manor subs'itnte by reason of any fault of a Stale Ollki r. Amending section three hundred and thirteen of the Code nf Civil Procedure, so that in an action with the guardian ol an idiot, era lunatio, a parly may testify to facts which occurred after lbs aj poiiitinenl of such guardian. Authorizing the incorporation of associa tions for the purposo of constructing u pink, pond or rink, to bo used for skating aud oilier lawful sports, or for holding fairs, leslivuls and public meetings. To incorporate savings societies. Authorizing tho incorporation of associ ations for maintaining water cure establish ments. Amending tho law relating to tho great H"al of Ohio, so as to provide seals of District, Superior and Probate Courts, and for tho Secretary of State and Adjutant iienerol. To exempt from execution or other pro cess subscriptions made to enal In insolvent railroad companies to finish their roads, and eonditiontd that they shall not be op plied to tho payment, of existing indebted in ss. For tho incorporation and regulation of life insurance cruupiinies. To prevent the publication of advertise, mouls ol secret dings or nostrums purport, ing to ho exclusively for the usu of woman, and also the sale, or distribution of such articles. Atilhoi 'zing incorporated villages having from 8100,(1(10 lo tjfian.fltio tuxible property to levy a lax of one per cent, lor two years for the pmchnse of a cemetery. To provide lor the luxation of bank shares aud bankers. Tl.is law remedies the defects po ntid out in the pieviotis law on the same subject by the Supreme Court. Making it unlawful fo sell, barter or (lis (oso of, or permit to run at huge, any horse, cattle, sheep, -or other domestio animals, knowing them to bo iulcctcd with con tagious or infectious diseases. Providing that notice by publication shall bo sufficient in petitions in error, where defendant is" absent from tho .State, or has secreted himself to prevent tho service of a written notice. To require tho payments for lands sold under partition writs to be made in cash, unless for good cause tho Court should otherwise direct. Pioviditig for the disposition of unclaimed Ireight and express packsges. To provide for tho payinont of United Stales dulioa or taxes on estatos of deceased persons. To provide for the inspection of mineral oils for illuminating proposes. The stand ard is fixed at 10." Fahrenheit. To uuthorizo County Commissioners to levy a lux for paying just proportion of the cost to turnpikes running through in Urinary farms. Providing that when tho grade of any etreet, alley or publio highway iu a village has once been established Iho expense of any subsequent change in the grade shall not be assessed upon the owners of the abutting property, unless tho change has been made at their request. To authorize County Surveyors to trail Ruribe niups, records or plats and fi Id notes of surveys ut lands. Making appropriations for tho year 1867 and 1 lie lust quarter ol the Vear 1 bbn. To provide for a now building tor the education nf the blind. If the Trustees shall become satisfied that it is not expe ilient to mukeladditious to the present build ing, then llicy may erect anew one ut a cost not to exceed $1 1 0.000. To authorize and require the payment of bounties of veteran volunteers. This law supplies au omission ia the law of last winter.. Authorizing the revival of dormant actions. Authorizing Commissioners of counties having less than one hundred thousand iu habitants, to purchase additional buildings tor Inlirinary purposes. To provide for the organization of Mill tary Institutes. It authorizes them to coo ler tho usual degrees. Correcting a clerical error in tho law passed this session authorizing Township Trustees, City Councils and County Commis sioners to sell paid up railroad-stocks. Providing that, at tho discretion of the Judges, only two terms of the Court of Common Picas may bo held annually, iu counties having less than ten thousand in habitants. Providing that the inmates of the Na tional Asylum, for Disabled Volunteers shall vote iu tha township whore locatod. Preventing incorporated vilbges from prohibiting interments iu cemeteries iu Use at tho time of their incorporation. Making it unlawful lo lay the track of any railroad, the cars of which are to be piopellod by steam, in any city until after the consent has been obtained of the same proportion of the owners of led estate bounding on said sti net as is required by law in case of street railroads operated by horse power. Allowing villages to receive their pro portion of surplus-bounty and relief funds in tr. vusl.ip troasiirie. Amending the Justices rode so. as to re quire the return of personal property un justly taken from defendants iu replevin cases. Authorizing the Governor la appoint five persons, who shall constitute a Hoard of State CharitiuHi The Hoard is invested with authority to reenmend such changes in the management ot charitable and cor rectional institutions as they may deem ad visable. Amending the act of 18G2, authorizing County CtiVMiiinsionera lo have fed estate indexes in certain futilities, so that it ahuli exttud to all counties. To authorise the Prosecuting Attorneys to take exceptions in ciiiniual cases. Authorizing the organization of gas com panies iu townships. Authorizing the issue of a special venire to till vacancies in jiuies. To prohibit the posting or marking f ad vet tifleinents on buildings, fences, walls mid trees, wilhnut the consent of the ow ner thereof. The penally shall be a tine not ex ceeding fifty dollars. Amending the section of the new peni tentiary law which refers to contracts fi t, convict labor1. . 1 . Increasing the lees of auditors id th small Counties. ' Authorizing incorporated village, bar.. ing ft out one to tw o thousand inhabitants, to borrow money and levy fates for tlie im provement of highways, leading Into sal it villages. 1 he sum to be expended tor thie purpose shall not exceed 810.000. Amending the code of Civil proceed art so as to require the return of personal property uniustlr trken from defendants lit replevin eases. ' Selected Miscellany. [From Harper's Weekly.] The Tightness of Money. Tha slrinirpnrv thathaa heart the monev market for a considers tde tin5 still continues, and borrow ers, si ill llnd difficult? in mtoiiatln( leant, except upon the best approved collaterals. All deecrip- lions iu securities uiner man uoTemiueoia are. ' undesirahloj commercial paper ia moat carefully , serutlniicd ; aud few will adrance on boftd Bad mortsaire more than one-half tho value nf the se- onriiy, even tho moat elidible city property. Th rate or interest, However, la not oppressive. There are many or our business men woo loo for a decided iiiipnvetm-nt loon, jiist as her have , been wailing these six months, patient'y Dili Id vain, for a return nf the aellvlty of previous years; hut they have built their hnpea upon a sand-batik; ' It is Quite possible there may be abetter fuelfW ' ere long, and the money market become gradually easier, It cannot be expected, though, that the relief Will be perinaiiet. fur the market it alwlyj spasmodic and susceptible to the slightest and moat nivslorinua iniiuences. it may st any time jump from 11 per cent, per annum to & per cent, a mouth" without smiurtuit antisfactorv eauae. aa II did lit June, 1st'. 4. Moreover, it is controlled lust now by tlie want of confidence which lias to long: pre- alien uinMiKimu uiv iiirii-mitov v,iih,,m,i, . j tlie nenerallooliiijr nf uncertainly; the tindf finad ap prehensions, ana mo winspurt mat po rouna, nci which nobody can explain. It is truo that the Government ins sold K"hl and thereby withdrawn' a considerable amount ol greenbacks from circu lation ; also that the banks, catching the prevailing ' apprehe mion of a continued stringency, are con- trading, calling in their loans that they way get 4 higher rate of interest by-and by. This accounts! hi part, for tho scarcity of money. Tho least favorable fealdre of the case, however, it thai depositor are withdrawing their Idle balance! from the banks to a very large extent. It f i eatiinated that the deposits were drawn down Bee niillious last wteR, ami the legal lenders nearly as nuieli more. Wo know of one ningle bank that . was thus depleted to the tune of $750,000. New York City being tho great financial' center nf tho Western world, as Isnidon is of the othir hemisphere, la naturally the great leading center. While business is active, immense turns of money are continually llowing here from all parti nf tho ci iiutrr, seeking remunerative investment but when business becomes dull, from any i Bine wht soever, these moneys can not be employed; the I lie balances aro wilhdrswii because they yield nothing. No matter how thriving or auapi'.ioua the slate ol trade nifty havo been in other quarters, apprehension here begets nppruhouaion there; and depositors will prefer to have their balances under llieir immedinto control, or Invest them In Govern- ' moult, which are sure anil proiitanie. intsoiain upon our banks and banking houses heljil Vef much to render money tight I but the ciiun of this . drain, ss we have already stated, proceeds front tho want of confidence in the community. There ( is a conviction, well founded, among the shrewd nierrnntile community t snarl from the financiers ol Wall street ), that the tnthitinn of the currency , oil minuted in the spring and summer nf i$6B, it which lime tho Secretary ot the treasury, Dacsea by an act of Congress, publicly announced the. policy of contraction, authorizing a reduction of not mora than four iiiilliniis per mouth) alio, the national banks had issued all of their three hun . died milliniis of Currency. which they ttere legally authorized to do. Wull, theil, the summit having ' bren rennhed, tho tendency In everything isdownl ' wsrd, Exueptlilg hi run) ealato, the prices of all descripliuns of properly and tnerchtndike liBvlf : very materially declined and they have declined ' ' " grailuully and calmly, distressing some houses, it if ' ' " true, but still creating no -disastrous perturbation of trade and finance. The fact that they tigvf done so relieves tlia Mllnd of tho apprehension th at there ia to bo a general financial crash or monetary ' ' panic. H proves to tha contrary. We are not all nntiio prices now. Commodities are reasonably low Compared to what they have bten for four years past. , ,. ; , , iSlill, the season will not past without tfoublel : ' ' Trouble may come from quarters leaat Jexpeeted. ' ' On tha first of June tho llankrupl law will come ' into operation. Many are no doubt preparing ti 1 Pike advantage of that law, nnd the failures ana suspension which m'y then be announced will be startling. Many a strong house which hat glVeti extensive credits may find its debtors on the bankrupt list, and their assets, which bad need ' considered undoubted, vanished like smoke. Then , what becomes of the supposed very ttoog houses T ' One failure curries many, like a row of tyrick . Which tchonl-bnys set up to tumble down. Shrewd and crafty mcri, both debtors and creditors, are " ' . . shaping their course to meet the operation of this ' law, Buch persons as have kept their accounts ' dote, who have no overstock of goods, and who have not foolishly speculated for a rise in stocks; in ite of every possible presage againtt an doing' need not trouble themselves about the future. There ia a considerable portion of the buaineas , community whose poaitlnn is very strong. TbetB will weather the gale, lint aulmig borrowers and , overtraders who are unable to obtain accommoda tion there will inevitably bo trouble, at we have lung predicted. The probability is, that butineat ' ' will now gradually tiir.te out. and that a dull summer will be succeeded by a revival in the falll t , Damage to the Mississippi Levees. The damage to the leveus on the Lower ,. Mississippi is very great. The Nalchei , . Courier of the 2'Jth tilt., snye a view front -the blitIT in that city shows a terribly angry and swolen stream of water. Lake Concot- .' dia looms up like a creat urtn of the river; ; The grand levee at Morganzu. broke on the , 2Glb, turning the river into tlio SoiilhwesU em parishes Of Lonisai.a to find its way td the Uulf through Berwick's Bay. While ' seven parishes are tints devastated tltd . , lower river from Bayou Sara dllwn will b . freed from danger. The stage of water above tho break is ulready affected. At ' Bed river landing; Oh the 27thj there hart been a full of eight inches. The closing of , '. ,; the Koman crevasse) fifty-six miles aboVe1 New Orleans is still douhlfull. It lias in' creased to 150 feet iu w idth, and a Stream of water from six to twelve feet deep Id passing through it. The devastation 'by . ) the break of the grand lovee at M org ant A I is very extensive in Point Cocfpce pariah. The richest Sections are coveied, ami the! injury is said to be greater than ever be 1 , loro.. The crevasse is four hundred yards , , iu width, aud on the 29th was growing), :; larger. The depth of water running lluougli,ii i was from nine to twelve feet. . The easln,ii eidu of thu (jrosse Tote was under water;,,,. ., Hon. R. P. Mallort,' speaking at a re ; y f cent mass meeting in Tloiid t, autd : " Ali,., the negro Was now entitled to Vote, it wee , .T the interest of Iho Htale that he should be) - educated and enlightened, and made to torn- v prebend the pricelese value of the ballot' -' aud the importance to himself ami the Stat of its judicious use. Tlie prosperity of the , I Slate limit depend upon the virtue ami lb 1 Udligencb of Ittr people; and no wiae man ' ' will hesitate to do all in b power tp ele- '.'., vate unit improve the character and condi- .. . tiou of tlie colored race, between whom and , , , the "Southern people an iudestruotable lonj m of sympitthyi based upon a thousand -fiapwtU py ineuionee, exists. Let U tlllly vaud". tiankly acknowledge; as well by deeds 4s bywords, their equulily with u, before , the laviand regard it as lid less just to ourxolte and them than to our rotate and , :'s her best interest to aid in their educittiobi elevation and ehjoymti' t of all ihe rlhU which follow their new condition.",' ., ",' . Iris said that the recent destruction of lev ere on the lower Mississippi ie not owl . ing to a lack of strength in llieir construe tion, but to the insidious ravages of the tf ' fish, w bich honey comb thu bank.