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A in in my in retune re a i Ltd. Men sell merchants. Sifo a month tray i Rex Gem mfg. cd. N p Wmk writing Ablest shebs please buy you saw she i pm paper by Margaret Ettinge. I was desperate. My stories my sketches my verses had been rejected everywhere. And yet in spite of fates numerous rebuffs i could not give up the dream of my lifetime the dream that began in my Early girlhood that of becoming an author. And no disappointment no Adverse criticism had As yet shaken my belief that Many would read and like my Little fancies if i could Only get them published. But How get them published that was the question. Editor after editor had returned them sometimes with a kind note a regretting that want of space owing a great Many contributions on hand prevented the acceptance of so charming a Story or so Graceful a verse sometimes with a polite printed declination which of course proved a a a Joy forever a know ing us i did that the same honeyed words must be dispatched hundreds perhaps thousands of other literary aspirants Independent of their degrees of Merit and sometimes without a word either written or printed save the horrid one a a rejected a scribbled on the outside of the last Page thereby ruining that Page forever. One solitary glittering Silver half Dollar was All that remained in my shabby purse the Only thing that stood Between me and utter want. I had friends but i was too proud let them know of my destitution for had they not one and All laughed me scorn when the old aunt with whom i had resided since Babyhood having died and left All her Money an orphan Asylum totally forgetting her orphan Niece i boldly avowed my intention of earning my living with my pen they had and the memory of their mockery the Echo of their derisive laughter made me doubly determined succeed or Well i was at All sure what the alternative would be but As i said before i had arrived at a state of desperation. The last drop had been too much my cup of misery overflowed and so did my eyes. I had taken such pains with that j Story a a loves i had preserved i the incognito of my hero with As i i thought such delicate skill and after preparing my imaginary readers weep with my heroine i had suddenly and deftly dispersed the Clouds that Hung Over her life and left her smiling amid Flowers and Sunshine and yet it had been returned from the office of the weekly Nyplu Ultra a paper greatly beloved by romantic Young men in Trade and their sentimental sweethearts in service and which i had sent it sorely against my will because bitter As the truth is ill confess it it had been refused by half a dozen better publications a with but one line of comment and that line was a a not up our Standard a i sat looking at this Short but not at All Sweet criticism mechanically Reading it Over and Over when suddenly the ludicrous Ness of the thing burst upon me. I who aimed adorn the pages of our leading magazines be told i Wasny up the Standard of the weekly 2eplu8ultra\ Good gracious How funny. With the tears still clinging my lashes i laughed aloud. That laugh brought Back my courage. A a la patience est Azicre Mats son fruit est dour a or will be when i get it said i myself. A a i try again and having stooped so lows the last time ill stand on tiptoe this. To the editor of the Best journal i know shall a a love a Young dream be submitted and if again i fail and no fruit drop into my pleading outstretched hands ill go binding shoes provided there Are any shoes bind like a poor Lone Hannah a or ill take in Plain Bowling if i can find some very Plain indeed. A a of that i had a Friend at court a i went on glancing Abstractedly from my Back Garret window and As i uttered the wish a thought flashed into my mind that flushed my Cheek and made my heart beat fast. The House directly opposite the Back of which faced use an Emerald Isle like expression the Back of the one in which i lived had the Honor of shelter ing a Well known and much liked author. I had often watched him during the summer months bending Over his desk which stood by one of the windows of his study a Back room like mine Only a Story nearer the drawing room. But with the coming of the autumn Days a fair haired girl had made her appearance in the room taken Possession of the chair and pen and while he paced up and Down she wrote apparently from his die tation. His face pleased me the High full brow the pleasant eyes the kindly Mouth and Bright smile. And his manner his Young amanuensis pleased me no less. She looked wonderfully like him his sister i supposed her be he would often pause and Lay his hand gently on her pretty head while she looked up at him with As fond a look As he Bent on her and one Day i saw him reach from the window the hanging shelf of Flowers and Pluck a Scarlet Geranium which he fastened in her sunny hair. Ill go him a i resolved impetuously. A a in la ask him read . He shall be my final judge. If he thinks it unworthy pm tear it into fragments and write no More if worthy ill beg him say so in a tiny note and with this tiny dote ill Send it Forth once More. He will at least be kind me in a sure he will. Should i be mistaken if from the Sunshine of his Success and Prosperity he can spare no Little glance for a poor forlorn wee thing like me ill never Beleve in faces hastily lest my sudden resolve should take flight i arranged my hair in the most becoming manner being a woman i should have found strength enough do that if i had been wholly instead of half starved pinned a Crimson Rose in my hat Brunette not that its of any consequences and in a few moments found myself ringing thedoor Bell of the House around the Corner and asking the trim maid servant who answered my summons a a if i could see or. a she hesitated i stammered a on literary business ill Only detain him a very Short she ushered my into a pleasant parlor and ran up stairs and soon returned with a request that i should follow her. I followed her the Well known third Story Back room. With a cordial smile my author Rose from his scat a formidable Rise it was too at least six feet As i entered and handed me a chair but kind and gentle As his look was a a look that in some mysterious Way told me immediately that he had dearly loved his Mother my courage forsook me entirely my head whirled. I cannot recall a word i said. I Only begin re member from the time he took my Manu script from my trembling hand and leaning Back in his Arm chair proceeded read it shading his eyes with one hand from the Light As he did so. Never took my eyes from his face while he read and when a smile flitted Over his lips As he dropped the Story upon his desk my heart gave a Joyful Spring. A a it is Clever a tie said in a Sweet soft drawling voice a a quite a a then How unjust of them All re fuse it a i cried growing bold again in the happiness of his approbation. A a if it had had your name attached it instead of my unknown one it would have been published Long ago. It is so hard so very hard in this cold world for a a i done deny the latter part of your speech a he said with a smile a a for my child his a child a i was Twenty five but thanks my dwarfish figure and big baby Gray eyes looked several years younger a i have been through it All. But neither do i admit the former. You be not been trying so Long after All Only six months. Why that would be a Short apprenticeship the millinery or dressmaking business it you must remember that every publication has its own Especial corps of writers and that there Are hundreds and hundreds of outsiders and though you in your inexperience seem doubt it Many and Many a Clever article is returned because the editor can find no room for it. You ask my advice. I advise you try again and As you think a word from me May help you though i doubt it you shall have it with All my he touched a hand Bell and the pretty Young girl entered the room. A a daughter a he said. So he was married. Strange i had never thought of that and i Straightway began wonder what his wife was like while he in a Low voice gave directions for the note which was accompany , turning me As soon As he had done so explain a my eyes have troubled me for a month past and my physician orders them perfect and yet he himself had read my not very legible mss. I could have kissed his hands in gratitude. He smiled again a rare Sweet smile he had a As he caught the look which almost told him so. The note was written signed by or. Acton and placed together with in a Large envelope which the fair haired daughter addressed the editor. A and yours papa a she asked. A mine can go at the same time. My first venture in this direction also miss Mauzac a me. A suppose they should reject it there a a line or two go with it Dearie a his daughter of course a and a just then a Lovely boy ran into the room exclaiming a papa Louise Uncle Charles he a Here a a a bless my i soul a said my author his face lighting up in the most wonderful manner As though the tender Light of Early morn should at once turn into the radiance of noon and totally losing his drawl he continued hurriedly a a please direct the other envelope miss Mauzac and be so kind As drop it in the Box at the Corner As you go Home. My Only brother my twin brother has returned from abroad after an absence of several years. In a sure you la excuse my. Good by and god bless you a and away he went a Louise had gone before. I sat Down by the desk and All of a sudden As the children say a dreadful thought came into my wicked Little heart. I never stopped reflect but now could i have done it i done know but i did. I changed the note Louise had written first adding my address the envelope containing her fathers Story and then transferred her fathers a a line or two that containing mine. I sealed them both and went downstairs a catching sight of a Lovely group As i passed the parlor door the pretty girl leaning affectionately on the shoulder of her new found Uncle the Uncle a bronzed edition of my Blue and Gold author the Small boy perched on his knee and my author himself standing before All three his whole face aglow with Joy and happiness. Did i feel no pangs of conscience i did not. I was for the time being so lost a sense of Honor so completely in the Power of the tempter that in a afraid i laughed inwardly and said a what fun a i dropped the manuscript in the Box at the Corner bought a loaf of bread at the bakery a carried it Home and actually devoured half of it without choking once. But this hardened state could not continue. Before a week had passed my bread and milk began taste less pleas Antly be impregnated As it were with the fears and reproaches of an awakened inner Monitor when one morning Niv Landlady a youngest a dreadful Imp with an inordinate appetite for sweets knocked at my door. A a there a a Man Down stairs wants see you a he announced. A a got any Lump sugar a a a a Man a i repeated with As much astonishment As though he had said a Hippopotamus for no Man had Ever called upon me before during the weary six months i had seasoned my food with attic Salt. A got any Lump a a began the Imp again. A a what is he like a interrupted i. A a Telegraph pole. His head knocked agin the Hall lamp it been fun if head smashed it guess morn a been mad. Got any a i placed the sugar bowl before him and hastened Down stairs. To Tell the truth in my excitement i Slid Down the first banisters but happily recovering set Down. A a what can the fellow mean he asked me for a Story Only last month and said he had a place reserved for it. And Why a with a puzzled look on his face which under other circumstances would have Ibern intensely comic a a in the name of i beg your Pardon but Why is sent you a i Sank upon the lowest step of the stairs and clasping my hands looked imploringly up at him. A a i did it a i said solemnly. A a did what a he exclaimed. A i thought it would be fun but of dear of dear it Isnit funny at a a what Isnit a a and then i was sure they a take them both yours because it was so Good and mine because you said it was. Will you Ever Ever forgive me a he looked wonderingly Down at me. A a you queer Little incomprehensible thing How can i forgive you if you done Tell me of what heinous crime you have been guilty a i arose from my ignoble position gazed unflinchingly in his face. I commenced in slow measured tones a i changed the stories when you left the room meet your Long lost brother. I wanted prove that your name but i did not after ally a dropping into my old incoherent style a a and ill go this moment that horrid horrid editor and Tell him All the truth and of of of i Haven had anything but dry bread eat for a the Deuce you Haven said he flinging on his Broad brimmed hat and Rushing wildly from the House. Ashamed of the weakness that had led me into the humiliating confession of my extreme poverty i was still pacing the Hall and crying softly myself and wondering Why he had left me in that extraordinary manner when a waiter arrived from a neighbouring restaurant with roust beef enough for six people potatoes corresponds a quart of Strong Tea and a huge Apple pie not forgetting four kinds of pudding a dish of ice Cream and a Basket of fruit and a would miss Mauzac have anything else a i stopped crying and laughed until i cried again. Perhaps it is needless say he had forgiven me. And the very next Day we went together the editor who Wasny a horrid a after All and told him the whole affair and he seemed think it a capital joke. A by George a said he a How my Brothers of the press will laugh at me when this thing gets about As it surely will hey miss Mauze a but Why he should have addressed such a pointed remark me i cannot imagine for he could not have possibly known unless he were one of the mind readers we hear such wonderful accounts of lately which i strongly doubt that i had made up my mind write it out for the Benefit of the Reading Public. He a not married that is he a a widower or. Acton i Means of by the by a a loves Young dream was published and extensively copied it was upon my word and in spite of the severe and never be forgotten snubbing i got from the weekly Nyplu Ultra. I am an author Aud a tolerably successful one too but go Back or. Acton he submitted a Short mss., Only four pages of note paper me the other Day the shortest and sweetest love Story i Ever read in my life. I was so pleased with it that i had no sooner reached the last word than i seized pen and Ink and wrote a a accepted a a Detroit free press. Governors message. The appropriation made Semly have been carefully i Pended and when the affairs of the Board Are the general Assembly the reports of the officers in charge of the state government and institutions show that the general condition of state affairs which it is your duty consider is very Gratifying. The demand for extensive changes of the Laws which is often a temptation excessive legislation is at the present time less urgent than usual and you May i Trust therefore be congratulated on the Prospect of a Short and harmonious session. Finances. The following is a Brief summary of the present financial condition of the state on the 15th Day of november 1875, the Public debt of the state was $7,949,920 12 he redemption during the year were loan of 1875 outstanding nov. 15, 1876. Of the amount outstanding on the 15th of november last the sum of $11.8ti5.i>0 had ceased draw interest the holders thereof having been notified surrender their Stock for redemption so that the i Ute rest bearing funded debt of the state is. A reduction during the past year of. The funded debt is divided As follows foreign debt so called payable in new York City. Domestic debt payable in Columbus 1,465,414 82 $6,484,505 us $6,472,640 30 1,473,114 82 16,482.810 80 1.665 of total. $6,484,505 30 the local indebtedness of the state is As follows debts of counties debts of townships including debts incurred by boards of education other than for separate school districts. Debts of cities first and second class. Debts of incorporated villages. Debts of school districts special. Sept. I 1875. $3,044,578 222,5171 13 20,250,722 la 931,362 64 1,507,953 43 sept. I 1876. ,934,099 43 226,721 &3 30,510,503 68 1,074,069 05 1,314.581 57 totals.$25,957,588 21 $.�?~16,059,978 56 the amount of reimbursable debt therefore is. $6,484,505 30 local. 36,059,978 56 f t0t-l,�?� j $42,544,483 86 irreducible debt consisting of school College and other Trust funds ____4,207,716 90 aggregate Public debts in Ohio state local and Trust funds $46,752,200 76 the local indebtedness in this statement is reckoned sept. I 1876, and the state debt nov. 15, 1876. The balance Iii the state Treasury on tile 15th of november 1875, was $1,429,778 52 a the receipts from All sources for the fiscal year ending nov. 15, 1876, were. 5,159,667 % $6,589,446 48 6,003.617 44 total amount of funds in Treasury for the year. The disbursements for All purposes during the year have been. Balance in the Treasury nov. 15, run 1j76a $585, r29 04 the auditor of state estimates the receipts for the current year from All sources including balance on hand nov. 15, 1876, As follows $826,644 05 l,8w2.9t0 8i 1.071.622 38 1,607.442 80 $5,388,650 04 $686.2 9 97 2.120,267 69 1.071.487 is 1,538.676 of $5,416,720 84 a Magazine for Farmers. My senses walked sedately enough the rest of the Way and so arrived at the Hall with proper decorum. And yet strange say i never guessed who my visitor was. After thinking of him every Day and night for a week and having him in my thoughts at the very moment the Imp knocked at the door i was As completely astonished see him standing there As though i had never thought of him at All. I started Back the blood flew my Cheeks i could Only gasp a emr Acton a a a Why you look As though you had seen a ghost a said he pleasantly holding out his hand. A Send that scared face away immediately and bring Back the hopeful one i saw the other Day when i bade you Good by. In be Good news for you. Your Story is accepted with Many compliments. But the Odd it Art of the affair is that the editor writes me As though it were mine saying a your a a loves Young dream is charming a but not one word does he say about my stoi7, which went at the same time. It did go at the same time a he asked trying look into my drooping eyes. A Eye be so i faltered a but of dear How shall in How caul a a the Bell rang. Glad of any excuse cover my conscience and gain a moments time in which regain my self Possession and consider How Best make the dread confession i stepped the door. The postman banded me a package. I Tore it open. Or. Act Una a Story returned a a very sorry return an article of such marked ability but if accepted could not be published for several months perhaps a year owing the stress of other matter. Hoped however hear from the author again at some future i handed note and manuscript the author. A a rejected a he exclaimed with More exclamation Points than i care col. George e. Waring of Ogden farm near Newport ii. I., author of a a a Fanner s \ a ration and other Well known works will soon begin the publication in Scribner s monthly of a series of papers of specs interest those living in the country. A a farm villages will he the title of the first paper in which will he considered the advantages offered Farmers from a concentration of their houses and farm buildings into villages especially As a Relief from the dullness and isolation of Remote farm houses As affording better education for children and As making the Farmers life More attractive the Young. Another paper will treat of the we Ork be done by a a Village improvement associations in the matter of increased neatness and Good keeping of streets Public grounds private places Etc., the furnishing of literary club rooms the planting of Trees and like matters. Still another paper will give explicit instruction As the Means for giving a Good sanitary condition the Village and the country House. These papers will be accompanied by maps and diagrams. The series has been undertaken by col. Waring at the request of the conductors of the monthly and is considered by them one of the most important and valuable enterprises in which the Magazine has yet engaged. In the prospectus of Scribner a monthly for 1877, just issued other papers Are announced that will be of Especial interest Farmers. Among these or. Charles Barnardo a articles on various industries of great Britain including the history of some experiments in co operation a description of the British Workman a Home and Clarence Cooke a articles on household and Home decoration. There will be also a series on american sports and papers of popular science a All profusely and elegantly illustrated a department called the worlds work another entitled Home and society which w ill treat of Domestic life the care of children Etc. General my Clellands travels begun in the january Scribner with a a Winter on the Nile a who run on through the year. There will be three serial stories a Nicholas Minturn a by that popular author or. Holland the editor author of a bitter Sweet a a a Kathrina a a Timothy Titcombe a letters a a Arthur Bon Nicastle a Aud Tho Story of a Sevenoaks a Etc. The scene of this latest novel is Laid on the Banks of the Hudson. The hero is a Young Man who has let Een always a a tied a woman s apron strings a but who by the de Atli of his Kotlier is left alone in the world a Drift on the current of life a with a Fortune but without a purpose. Another serial his inheritance by miss Trafton will begin on the com lotion of a that lass of Lowrie so by is. Hodgson Burnett. Saxe Holm tour Guenoff Boysen and Mckay will contribute Short stories Early numbers of the monthly. Saxe Holmes new Story Farmer Bassetts Romance will be printed in two or three monthly parts. Tour Guenell a Dew Story will appear simultaneously with its publication in Russia and France and the Magazine will also publish a critical paper on tour Guenoff by prof. Boyesen accompanied by a portrait of the famous russian Patriot. The editorial department will continue employ the Ablest pens both at Home and abroad. There will be letters on literary in re tors from London by or. Wofford. Tile department of Bric a Brac will be filled with the choicest bits of american humor. Scribner s monthly is the Only american Magazine beside St. Nicholas for the boys and girls by the same publish ers that has found any considerable num. Ber of readers abroad. Scribner is issued simultaneously in London and in new Ork. Wherever the English language is spoken it is accepted As the brightest and the Best of All the magazines. I Fie London literary world says a a if Scribner a monthly is not taking Root in England it says Little for the taste of John Bull or his Power appreciate literary and artistic the weekly times says a it puts shame All our 15 months for $4. To new subscribers who wish get the opening chapters of a a that lass of lowness a we will Send 15 numbers for $4.00, beginning with the magnificent Midsummer Holiday number August 1870and ending with october 1877. $4 of a year 35 cents a number. Postage prepaid. Is Send 25 cents for a specimen number. Scribner amp co., 743 Broadway Y. Revenue fund. Asylum fund. Sinking fund. School fund. Total estimated receipts. The disbursements at from Revenue fund. From Asylum fund. From sinking fund. From school fund. Total. Your attention is especially directed the observations of the auditor of state in his report for 1876, under the head of a a estimated disbursements.11 i desire concur in the recommendation of the auditor that the Asylum fund be consolidated with the general Revenue fund. It will tend simplify accounts Aud facilitate the transaction of Public business without impairing the safeguards of the Treasury or the data upon which statistical and other estimates can be based. The taxes levied in 1875, collectible in 1876 were state taxes. $1,948,995 19 county and local. 23. 03,976 18 delinquencies and forfeitures Ujj 940.211 of _1tothl $28,893,182 37 i he taxes levied in 1876, collectible in 1877 Are state taxes. $4,626,620 54 county and local. 23.894,635 98 delinquencies and forfeitures 1.443,929 10 Tot a. $29,965,185 82 the taxable valuations Iii Ohio As shown by the grand duplicate of 1876, Are real estate in cities towns and Vil t., $371,848,098 of real estate not in cities towns and villages. 704,940.269 of personal property. 520.681,599 of in and economically sex. Affairs of the Board Are closed up. A balance of several thousand dollars will be left unexpended. The entire number of Ohio exhibits was one thousand of which two Hundred and fifty received awards a proportion larger than was obtained by any other state for the same class of articles. The jury on collective state exhibit individual exhibits not coming within the line of their duties recommended in their report awards Ohio As follows a i. Fora state building on the Centennial grounds of excellent design Aud workmanship constructed with materials exclusively from Ohio and by workmen from that state and containing contributions of building Stone from nearly every Quarry in the state with Glass made from Ohio Sand Stone. �?o2. For a Large collection by the state archaeological society of inbound builders remains and other antiquities relating pre historic Man. �?o3. For a Large collection of the vast Mineral resources of the 8tate, with their primary derivations and especially from the hanging Rock Iron Region the Tuscarawas. Mahoning Hocking Valley. And Perry county Coal and Iron regions also including excellent specimens of Salt and Bromine. "4. Fora Complete exhibition of the Woods of the state. �?o5. For an extensive exhibition of the cereals of the state. A a 6. For a Complete display of Many varieties of from Twenty fou different Coontie. �?~�?~7. For an exceedingly interesting exhibition of the educational system of the state embracing All departments of education. 8. For a Large elaborate and exceedingly valuable geological map of Ohio with Many excellent feature deserving special a a Board of state charities. To charities which was re established by the general Assembly at its last session. In rendering important service. This Board has no authority whatever excepting Only that it is its duty examine thoroughly into the condition and management of All Public institutions penal or charitable thut Are established by Law and administered by officers or agents of the state or of any City or county thereof. It is also the duty of this Board annually report the general Assembly such facts and suggestions As Are deemed important in relation the interests committed its care. More than 30.000 persons poor and suffering men. Women and children come under the supervision of this Board. It is believed that the publicity thus Given the management of these institutions is adequate the correction of All abuses. The members of the Board serve without compensation and its expenses Are Small having been for the past year including the salary of the Secretary less than $2,000. I commend the report and work of the Board your favourable consideration. Public institutions. As a member of the Board of state charities i have visited with my colleagues during the year the following state institutions wit the sol Diers and sailors orphans Home at Xenia the hospitals for the insane at Cleveland. Dayton and Athens Aud the Longview Asylum the institutions for the education of the Blind deaf and dumb Aud imbecile at Columbus the Reform school for boys at Lancaster the Reform school for girls at Delaware Aud the Ohio Penitentiary. These institutions were found be in a satisfactory condition experience has shown thut the appointment of Good men of different political parties on each of the boards of trustees of these institutions is conducive their Best interests. They Are All entitled the Confidence of the people of the state and the continued liberality or the general Assembly. Columbus Hospital por the insane. Hie work upon the Columbus Hospital for the insane has progressed satisfactorily during the past season. In the opinion of the trustees if the necessary appropriations be made promptly a Large part of the edifice will is ready for occupancy by the first of april next. Penitent a it. Ohio news items. Twenty six m yews ago one Job Pearce a resident of Bainbridge Ross county left for the East Purchase goods. He was not seen or heard of again until the 23d ult., when he suddenly confronted his brother col. I Home. During Job s a a11c i Laie Resolution Lor wife died and his children joint convention witness the count for cd and went elsewhere. He is now state officers was adopted. Bills were ing for the appointment of a comptroller of the Treasury by the governor. Adjourned. Senate not in session on the 3d in the House a Resolution appoint a committee investigate the cause of the Railroad Accident at Ashtabula was offered and a motion suspend the rules and at once act upon it was disagreed 43 29. The Senate Resolution for a Hunting them up. He is reticent As his whereabouts during his Long absence. He is reported have returned with plenty of Money. Ciales n., Only son of the late Hon. C. L. Vallandigham was married on the 28th ult. To miss Maggie Robertson of Youngstown. A Washington dispatch of the 30th ult. Says the papers have been served upon Gen. Banning giving formal introduced authorize compensation be paid members of the Board of equalization and their assistants regulate the forfeiture of life insurance policies. Adjourned. In the Senate on the 4th, Bills were introduced give labourers a first Lien against the corporations served and require such corporations pay labourers before the 25th of each month under penalty authorizing married women notice of Hon. Stanley Matthews Intel make contracts without being joined Hon contest his election As member by their husbands. The House joint of the next House of representatives a Resolution directing the auditor of state from the second District. To postpone the Sale of Coal lands was at Columbus on the 29th ult mrs. Adopted in the House Bills were in Joseph Kelley was fatally burned by the produce do define and suppress tramps explosion of a Coal Oil lamp which she the Bill provides that tramps May was lighting. She died after a few hours portions of her body being burned a Crisp. Ten prisoners in the Cleveland jail attacked the guard bound and gagged him placed him in a cell and made their escape on the 30th ult. The men who escaped Are about the worst gang Ever col be arrested and compelled work in or about any county jail infirmary or workhouse or May be let out work for their own support require Road supervisors exterminate Canada thistles and receive pay therefor from the county Treasury. A joint Resolution was adopted for a joint committee of the two houses investigate elected together in cuyahoga0county�? in vesting at the Ashtabula Accident. A thieves burglars and robbers. One Man i cons i Date the state Asylum and ,�al�?~ a. $1,597,469,966 of by Inch is a decrease from the errand duplicate of 1�7 a of. 1,105,896 of Lins decrease arises As follows on personal property. Increase in the value of real estate in cities Tov us and villages. Increase in the value of real estate not in cities towns and villages. Total increase. $14,979,219 of $5,816,37 co 8,c55.916 of net decrease As above. $1,105,896 of 0<f Ron the foregoing statement it appears that the mate debt has been reduced during the past year almost one Aud a half millions of dollars and that the indebtedness of counties townships and school districts has been reduced Over three Hundred thousand Dollar. But cities of the first and second class and incorporated villages have in created their indebtedness More than ten millions of dollars since the close of the fiscal year 1875. Local indebtedness and taxation. The attention of the legislature has often been called the rapid increase of municipal indebtedness and expenditures but it is so important that i do not hesitate repeat what has heretofore Heen said. The whole people of the state Are deeply interested in this subject. The burdens borne by the cities and towns must be shared in part it least by All who transact business with them. The town and the neighbouring country have a common interest and in most respects must he regarded As one Community. I submit that tile subject of local indebtedness the Gen eral Assembly should apply the principles of the state Constitution on the subject of state indebtedness. Under the provisions of the eighth article of the it institution the state debt notwithstanding the extraordinary expenditures of the War has been reduced from Over Twenty millions the amount due in 1851, until it is now Only about six millions. An important part of the constitutional provisions which have been so successful in state finances is the Section which requires the creation of a sinking fund and the annual payment of a constantly in Creasm sum on the principal of the state debt. The girls that bet kisses on the election Are reported very impatient. _ a a Evv i my Ziair it Iii. Let a requirement analogous this be enacted in regard existing local indebtedness let a judicious limitation of the rate of taxation which local authorities May Levy he strictly adhered and allow no further indebtedness be authorized except in conformity with these principles and we May i believe confidently expect that within a few years the burdens of debt now resting upon the cities and towns of the state will dish opera. Aud that other wholesome and much needed reforms in the whole administration of our municipal government will of necessity follow1 the adoption of what May be called the Cash system in local affairs. Municipal love in ment. Under any limitations and safeguards which the legislature May adopt a very Large discretion must necessarily be committed the local authorities. The Wisdom of its exercise will de Pend mainly on the citizens themselves. In order secure an honest economical and efficient administration of a City government the Best citizens of All parties must unite and act together. In the administration of our state and National governments w e have political it is Proha Bly Best that it should Boho. But Thoro is no Moro reason for the antagonisms of political parties in a municipal government than in a Bank or a Railroad company. Municipal governments Are or Yaniz Atilua deigned chiefly for the better Protection of property and person and the better management of schools and charities. In the administration of such governments All honest industrious citizens have an identical interest. The co operation of a moderate proportion of the Best citizens in any City in Ohio with the determination expressed by them that Good men from All political parties or no political party shall administer its affairs Anet that unfit men of any party shall not hold its offices would soon secure a Good municipal government. Such a government Calls for the Best work of the Best men. And neither party alone can furnish it. The improvement of our municipal government generally would constitute one of the Best possible guarantees of an efficient civil service upon a Large scale. Massillon riots. In the month of april last information was received from the sheriffs of the in panties of Stark and Wayne and from other solves that in some of the mining districts of those counties hands of rioters were by Force and intimidation preventing labourers from working where they had been hired and were desirous labor and that their employers had been expelled by violence from their prop erty. The adjutant general and the attorney general of the state immediately repaired the scene of the alleged riots and after investigation reported that the representations of the sheriffs of those counties were fully sustained by the facts and that the local authorities were unable afford Protection citizens and preserve the peace. The adjutant general was directed Call the Aid of the local authorities of said counties a military Force sufficient protect citizens in the enjoyment of their rights and enforce the Laws with the assistance thus afforded the civil authorities were enabled arrest Many of the offenders and prevent further injury person and property. Immediately after learning that the local authorities were again Able maintain Law and order without assistance from the state the military companies which had been called into the service of the state were withdrawn and returned their Homes. The adjutant general s report contains a full and detailed account of these transactions accompanied by copies of All papers relating thereto. And a statement of the expenses incurred. It is Gratifying that in this affair which at one time threatened be very serious the supremacy of the Law was upheld without loss of life. Adjutant general Wikoff attorney general Little and the officers and men of the military companies which were called out deserve and have received the marked approbation of the people of the state. State Board of Centennial managers. The Board of Centennial managers have completed the work entrusted them and it is a satisfaction know that the part taken by the people of Ohio in the National exhibition at Philadelphia was highly creditable the state. The Ohio Penitentiary is altogether inadequate the necessities of the state there being at this tune imprisoned therein about fifteen Hundred prisoners while the Penitentiary has suitable accommodations for not More than one thousand. Intermediate prisons. Intermediate prisons or workhouses should be provided without delay for the confinement of the younger class of prisoners and those especially who Are punished for a first offence Ana whose reformation May be reasonably hoped for. As workhouses they should be adapted the imprisonment of Able bodied vagrants who live habitually by Beggary and Are becoming dangerous element not Only in the cities but in the agricultural District of the state. The courts should have authority protect the Public from this class of offenders by sending them a place where they can and will be compelled earn their living. Condemned jails. It will be seen by the report of the Secretary of the Board of state charities that several of the jails in the state have been condemned by grand juries As unfit for use. The state is bound take reasonable care of the health of prisoners and especially of persons detained on Mere suspicion of crime. I recommend a provision of Law that whenever a jail has been or shall be condemned by a grand jury it shall he the duty of the sheriff of the county take All prisoners coming into his custody for confinement in jail such neighbor Uig mils As he Shail deem suitable and Safe and shall have sufficient accommodations for the purpose Aud that the fair and reasonable expense of the support of such prisoners shall be paid by the county so sending the county so receiving the same. Of _ geological Survey. J lie Field work of the geological Survey proper is now entirely done and half the final report a two volumes each in two parts in which tin results arc be in a Romanc Niy recorded have been already published while the first part of the third volume is now going through the press and the second part is in process of preparation. I he two remaining volumes one on economic geology Aud the other on zoology and botany Are nearly completed and the whole series will be ready for publication before the close of 1877. I he general geological map of the state the preparation of which formed part of the duty specifically assigned the geological corps is also nearly completed and will he presented for publication at the same time with the volumes of the final report already specified. In the plan originally proposed by prof. Newberry the chief geologist and adopted by the geological Board the final report was consist of six 13,873.328 of it it Octavo volumes swoon geology two on . One on economic geology and one on zoology and botany. It was at first supposed that All the really important results of the Survey could be embodied in such a report but it has been found impossible include within these limits satisfactory reports on All of the eighty eight counties of the state. It therefore became necessary prepare a third volume on geology and another on palaeontology. Or leave unpublished a Large part of the most valuable materials which had been gathered. The publication of these volumes will give a symmetry and completeness the report which both the interests of the people and the credit of the state demand. It has also been thought advisable add the general geological map of thesta4e detailed maps of the most important mining districts made on so Large a scale As permit All mines mining properties furnaces and rolling Mills lobe clearly repressed. These maps will form six sheets three of which Are finished the other three Are now in course of preparation. In the appropriation asked for and granted two years since for the completion of the report Aud map no estimates were made for this additional work and provide for its accomplishment Dur Lnu Jowiec Quot it year a further appropriation of $l. will be required. Should this sum be granted by the general Assembly the entire report mid All the maps specified will be finished and ready for publication before the close of 1877. State Board of agriculture. My attention has been called by the executive committee of the state Board of agriculture the embarrassed financial condition of the Board by reason of loss sustained by the failure of the Richland county Bank and by the unfavourable weather during the week of the last state fair. I he Board has been unable pay the premiums awarded and its ability do the important work for which it was established is seriously impaired. J he Aid of the legislature will be invoked and it is hoped that such Relief will be afforded As after investigation May be required by the important interests involved. Report of inspector of mines. I respectfully recommend your attention the suggestions of the inspector of mines on the subject of establishing a department in the agricultural College for instruction in milling Aud engineering and As the amendments required increase the efficiency of the Laws relating his office. Registry Law. In my message Tho general Assembly in the year 1868, i spoke of the prevention of frauds upon the elective franchise As the most important subject then requiring the attention of the general Assembly. This subject has lost none of its importance. The extent of the evil in Ohio has probably been somewhat overestimated but the fact that it exists at All tends weaken Public Confidence in the ballot Box and is a serious evil the government must in that event pass into the hands of unscrupulous men i submit your judgment the propriety of such amendments the election Laws As will provide for the registration prior the election of the lawful voters in each Ward or election precinct of All the cities of the state. October election. In order save unnecessary expense and for the greater convenience of voters i would also recommend the propriety of submitting the people an amendment of the state Constitution providing for holding the state election in the years in which the presidential election occurs on the Day of the presidential election. In conclusion i desire assure you that in All your endeavours Foster and protect the interests and rights of the people of Ohio you May rely on my Earnest co operation and that my sincerest wishes will be accomplished if under the divine Providence your legislation shall be directed that end. R. B. Hayes. Columbus Jan. 2, 1877. When Christmas comes on monday. Christmas Day fell on monday in 1876. It fell on monday also in 1865, and on that occasion the following was unearthed from it is stated the Harlian mss no. 2,252, Folio 153 4 if Christmas Day on monday be a great Winter that year you la see and full of winds both loud and shrill but in the summer truth Tell High winds shall there be and Strong full of tempests lasting Long while Battles they shall multiply and great plenty of beasts shall die. They that be born that Day i Ween they shall be Strong each one and keen he shall be found that stealth aught though thou be sick thou Dieth not. The year 1866 was the year of the Austro-pru88ian War a year of disastrous gales and a year of cattle plague. Again in 1871, Christmas Day fell on monday. The Twelvemonth following that Day saw us with cattle plague in the North and some great storms but As a a Battles a we must go Back a few months in 1871 for the capitulation of Paris and the conflict with the commune. We have now a monday Christmas for the third time within a dozen times. Thieves burglars and robbers. One Man supposed be insane was recaptured. I Ranz limbic no one of the proprietors of the Cincinnati Volks Freu Endy died on the 1st. He was a native of West Philadelphia. Charles Waller of Duncan Falls a Young lawyer was killed while Hunting on the 28th ult. By a premature discharge of his gun. Aaron Miltenberger of Miami county was badly mangled near Dayton on the 28th ult. By the accidental discharge of his gun while Hunting. His left Cheek was torn Oft. At the annual Ine Etingoff the Northern Ohio fair association at Cleveland on the 1st, it was decided not have a fair this year. The Ohio Wool raisers association met at Columbus on the 2d and discussed matters of interest the association. I the following officers were elected a. I r. Haines of Carroll president J. Emmons vice president m. L. Bunney j Secretary and i. L. Mcfarland Trca surer. Chris Kat Meyer lately employed in Davis amp pork House at Cincinnati had considerable trouble with his wife and the latter brought a suit for divorce. He endeavoured induce her withdraw the suit. On the 2d he visited his wife where she was staying with her sister and asked her abandon the suit and return him. She refused. He left the room but soon returned and asked her shake hands with him. Upon her refusal he seized her and stabbed her near the left Arm pit with a knife about a foot Long used for Dise Bowling hogs. She fell the floor arid he stabbed himself three times with the same knife the last blow reaching his heart and he died instantly. There Are faint Hopes of the woman a recovery. The state agricultural convention met at Columbus on the 3d. Fifty seven counties were represented. The report of the treasurer shows the receipts of the state fair from All sources during the past year have been $16,302 disbursements $12,335. The state Bourd of agriculture is now in debt $16,220. A Resolution was adopted asking the general Assembly provide for this deficiency. A Resolution was also adopted requesting the state Board bold a state fair at no place longer than two years in succession the object being hold fairs at Cleveland Toledo Dayton and Columbus for terms of two years each. A Resolution was also adopted asking the appointment of a commission investigate the cause and prevention of hog cholera. L. B. Wing of Licking e. T. Stickney of Seneca e. A. Stone of Gallia Peter Murphy of Butler and Charles Smith of Marion were elected members of the state Board of agriculture. In the recent Handicap billiard tournament at Cleveland the winners were As follows Honing first Gallagher second Heiser third Carter fourth. Col. Barnes Secretary of state elect has decided upon the following appointments for his office capt. Alexis Cope of Belmont county chief clerk William m. Cunningham of Licking county statistical clerk c. H. Ostrander of Cuya hoga county stationery clerk Frank p. Barnes of Belmont and John w. Rose of Guernsey assistant clerks. Prof. Henry g. Rodgers principal of the Springfield High school and wife were among the lost at Ashtabula. Thev were married on the 26th ult., went Niagara and expected return Springfield on the 30th or 31st. The prisoners confined in the Youngstown jail seven in number made a desperate resistance being locked up on the evening of the 3d, and it was not until the sheriff had been reinforced and Twenty or thirty shots had been fired among them one of them being shot in the foot and another in the legs that they succumbed. The state Board of agriculture organized on the 4th by electing j. B. Jamison of Cadiz president John Pugh of Columbus treasurer and John h. Klip part of Columbus corresponding Secretary. It was decided hold the next state fair in Columbus sept. To. The state association of Swine breeders was organized at Columbus on the 4th, and the following officers were elected j. M. Milliken of Hamilton president s. J. Todd of Wakeman vice president m. J. Lawrence of Cleveland Secretary. The state enumeration of children of school age in 1876 was 1,025,000�?a gain Over 1875 of 8,000. The gain in 1875 was 31,000, but the towns and cities which gave that gain show a falling off this year. There is but Little change in country places. The Ohio dairymen a association will hold its thirteenth annual meeting in Cleveland commencing Jan. 31. At Urbana the Legal Mill has begun grind out against the Ellis family. And. Ellis pleaded guilty burglary on the 3d his brother John was found guilty of receiving stolen goods. The cases of their three Sisters another brother and brother in Law come up in order As disposed of. They arc indicted for burglary Highway robbery concealing stolen property Etc. Henry Creighton of Lithopolis was murdered by his wife on the 2d. Mrs. Creighton admits the killing but claims have acted in self defense. General Revenue funds was passed. Adjourned. In the Senate on the 5th, a Bill was introduced repeal the act of last session for the publication of Legal advertisements in newspapers of opposite parties. In the House the Bill provide for the appointment of a comp troller of the Treasury with amendments make the office elective was i after third Reading Laid on the table by i a test vote regarded As the defeat of the measure. Bills were introduced compel persons elected office take an oath that they did not use Money or liquor secure their election provide that Banks incorporated under Ohio Laws shall not be taxed on United states Bonds held by them repeal the act of 1876 providing for the publication of Legal advertisements in papers of opposing parties. Adjourned. Both houses met in joint convention in the afternoon witness the counting of the vote cast for Secretary of state at the october election. . Young president of the Senate opened the returns and announced the result As follows 317,856 votes were cast for Milton Barnes 311,220 for William Bell and 1,863 for e. S. Chapman. Barnes was declared duly elected. There is a curious Artesian Well at Cherry tree id. It is 260 feet deep. The water is a mild cathartic softens the skin is cold and very Clear. When stirred in any vessel it becomes White As milk. A Gas also escapes with the water which when collected Burns with a Bright flame of two distinct colors one of them a twirling Blue Blaze the other Small tongues of yellow. To an Austin Nev wife says she knows of five husbands in that town who have been made drunkards by the excitement of the late political Campaign her own husband being one of the number. Cloud banners of the Alps. Among the most exquisite scenes which Delight the Eye of the european traveler Are those wonderful Rose coloured Cloud banners floating from the Alpine Cliffs. But it is Only in the sunlight that nature hangs out these Beautiful tokens. So it is Only in Tho glow of health the sunlight of our inner be Inge that nature reveals those physical Eloyid banners the a Rosy Cheeky and a Cherry up Praise which every poet of the Earth has invoked the Muse Aid him. But they Are As rare As the cynical Hood conceived Christian Charity be. Woman eager retain this Charm resorts French Art and Rouge. The effect is similar that which would be produced by substituting auctioneers flags for the delicate glowing loud banners of the Alps. If woman would Aid nature instead of adopting Art would seek health instead of vainly trying mask disease she would not Only win the greatest Charm of womanhood health but she would Avert much misery both from herself and others. Or. Pierces favorite prese rip lion has received the highest Praise from thousands of Pale delicate suffering women. One bottle often affords More Relief than months of treatment by Caustics and other medicines. It is harmless Iii any condition of the system and its use often renders the modest invalid exempt from that most trying of ordeals a personal consultation with a physician. It is the duty of every woman become familiar with the causes and symptoms of the Many diseases which her Peculiar organization renders her liable and also learn the proper Means of preventing these maladies. The Peoples medical adviser contains an extensive treatise upon woman and her the author also advises courses of Domestic treatment which will often Render the services of a physician unnecessary. Every woman should read it. A copy of the adviser can be obtained by addressing the author or. R. V. Pierce at Buffalo s. Y. Price $1.50 postage prepaid. Favorite prescription is sold by druggists. Stop that cough. The Way cure a cough is Stop it. The lungs and Throat can never heal As Long As they Are irritated by a constant cough. Or. Fenners improved cough Honey will relieve any cough in one hour or less. It will break up a cold in the head before and cough has formed in two three hours. Prevention is better than cure in chronic coughs the system must be placed under the Healing influence of or. Fenners blood and liver remedy and nerve tonic also. This places the system in a Healing condition and under the two remedies the lungs and Throat rapidly heal. Prom the mayor s office. New York City. Executive department City Hall office of the mayoralty Y. City. Jan. 26. �?T74. Or. M. M. Fenner Fredonia sir enclosed you will find $1.50, for which please Send three bottles of your improved cough Honey by express. Yours truly m. J. Farrell. From John b. Miner a wealthy banker Octre Donia. N. Y. Is i certify that i was afflicted with a harassing cough. I procured a bottle of or. Fenner s improved cough Honey and took three doses of it with the effect of entirely relieving me. Who will continue Hack for Sale by dealers in Medicine. Sore Throat cough cold and similar troubles if suffered Progress result in serious pulmonary affections oftentimes incurable. A Tymn s bronchial troches Quot reach directly the scat of the disease and give almost instant Relief. Electricity the grand vitalizing principle of organic life within the reach of All. Or. Collins Voltaic plaster is the realization of the dream of medical men for centuries. It banishes pains and aches As by magic. It is soothing and Healing. The markets. Legislative. The legislature met in adjourned session on the 2d. In the Senate the death of senator Dechant of Butler was announced and w. H. Stokes his successor was sworn in. A joint Resolution w As adopted providing for a meeting of the two houses on the 5th count the votes cast at the october election. A committee notify the governor of the meeting of the two houses was appointed. A Hill revive the act passed last session for the Relief of suitors at Law was introduced. Several changes in committees were announced and the Senate adjourned the 4th in the House the deaths of r. C. Thompson of Lucas and Alex. Phillips of Hancock were announced and their successors were sworn in. A committee notify the governor of the meeting of the two houses was appointed. The governors message was received read and referred the appropriate committees. The Senate joint Resolution fora joint convention on the 5th count the vote for state officers was disagreed . Bills were introduced Levy the state taxes and abolish the distinction Between the Asylum fund and the general Revenue fund provid new York. Jan flour extra Ohio. Wheat red Western. No. 2 Milwaukee corny Western mixed. Oats mixed Western. Rye Western. Pork mess. Lard prime steam. Butter Western. Hogs dressed. Live. Cattle. Sheep. Cheese. Wool Domestic fleece. _ Clevelan flour xxx White. Xxx red no. I. Spring x red. Wheat no. I red. No. 2 red. Corny new. Oats no. I.,. Rye no. 2. B a a Ley state. Cheese Choice factory. Skims. Butter Choice Dairy. Eggs. Seeds Timothy 8, 1877. 25 Clover. 8 75 i 42 of 36 0 14 of 12 of $5 80 cd i a a $7 75 i 44 cd i 45 i 43 cd i 44 58c. It 59 38 cd 39 83 cd 85 18 ooch 18 25 la 50 cell 55 14 cd 30 7 75 cd 8 25 6 50 cd 6 70 8 50 cell 00 4 50 cd 6 50 07 cd 14 30 cd 57 $8 ooch $8 25 7 25 cd 7 50 4 75 cd 5 of i 46 cd i 48 i 37 cd i 38 47 cd 48 35 cd 36 60 % 65 such 90 lv4<ft 13 05 cd 06 23 cd 25 potatoes. Lumber first Clear. Strips. Stock boards. Joists Etc. W nov a 20 00 shingles no. 1 2 50 lath. 155 Pittsburgh. Beeves Hist. $5 40 medium. 4 75 hogs yorkers. 6 50 Philadelphia 7 40 sheep Best. 5 Ujj medium. 4 50 cd % cd Chat cd cd 4 cd cd cd cd 26 2 of 8 80 1 25 43 of 38 of 18 of 13 of 40 co 3 of 2 25 $5 75 5 of 6 75 7 50 5 25 4 75

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