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Vot the followlag peildlsesea:
"(Dys'la; disease of the Liver, the Kid-
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JT.Bf. LANDIScVBRO., Editor.
ABliland, t t I March 97, 1867.
Cbaree of ItkAire Oitborn to tUe
Jtnryt" In the Caae OI Uio Slat
v. jniaa junry A. uiuiowuy ir
Aaaanii ana juiiicry n.
Th6 'follbwinfi is a evbopsia of tho
qharga of Judge Wh. : Obuobn, ia tho
above oa e, : the : ptrtioulari of which wo
published last week :
Tho Court instruoted the Jury, it was
a good defence to a charge of an assault
and bftttcryr that tho dofendant was en.
gaged io leaching and the assault com
plained of was a punishment inflicted up
on "a cholar for a violation of the rales of
school, provided the punishment was with
a proper instrument and not excessive ;
that the law in this respect was so well
established that nothing short of Legisla
tive action would authorise the Court to
declaro a different rnlo. ' If, therefore, the
Jury in this case should find that the
punishment infliotcd ly tho defendant up
on the pupil was not excessive and dis
proportionate to the oflbooe committed by
the pupil, it would be their duty to return)
a verdict for the dofendant. On the part
of the btate, it was claimed that the pun
ishment by the teacher was exoessive 'ba
aacount of the improper instrument,', the
oanl'ity' bf'.tue punishmen.t,''tn marks
left upon the body, the ago of the pupil,
and the nature of his offence. It was for
the Jury to determine whether' the pah.
1 1 . ... r
isameni was excessive ana it was proper
for them to take into consideration the in
struments and the age of the pupil, his al
leged onence, and the quantity ot punish
ment. If the Jury should find the pun
ialruent exceesive, before they could find
tbo defendant criminally lkbleforamault
and tattery,' it was neoeseary or" th'n
to take into consideration other principles
of law" applicable to tho case. It wonld
almost peccssarily follow, if the law gives
the right to a teacher to inflict corporal
punishment, that tho teacher would not
necessarily be criminally ' guilty if there
should bo an exoess of punishment , As
crime proceeds from the heart, an inten
tion wantonly to injure another it would
seem proper not to hold one guilty who
has simply erred in opinion when consci
entiously in discharge of his duties. On
the other hand, tho law should not be so
oon-trucd as to invite or give enoourage
mcct to a wanton or reckless use of oor
poral punishment in schools, and wj are
thererore required in this ease as-in all
orimiaal cases to consider the rulo that a
person intends all thoso results which
necessarily flow from his acts. ' As it is
well settled that the law gives the right
to the exercise of corporal punuhniont io
schools,.. so. it ia equally well' settled by
authorities, that moro excess of oorporal
punishment docs not necessarily render
the teacher criminally liable, arid in order
that the principles of law should be" made
applicable to the present case,, the Jury
aro instruoted in oato they should find the
punishment inflicted by tho teacher ex
cessive, that the defendant would then be
liablo, if either of the following should be
fcund to be the facta : 1st. If the instru
mcnt used was improper. 2nd. If per
mancnt disability was caused. 8d. If the
punishment was inflioted in anger, or in
hatred or ill will. : 4th. If the punish'
ment wai violent and oruol. . The Jury
woro to be their own judges of the facta
end if they should find that the facta war
Wanted the conclusion of any one of the
Impositions ! stated, then the dofendant
was guilty. - r 1 " J
' Having 'rialed in what oases tho do
fondant would be held liable, it is noees
sary to state ia what base where-exoess of
paeishmeot was proven ' th' dofendani
i-onld not bo liable, f Wpi, the':Ju"ry''1vare
instructed in caj they should find that
the punishment was inflioted by proper
instrument; that no permanent disabllUy
was produced, that it was not done in an
ger but in kindness and In , the conscien
tious discbarge ol her duties, that it was
not violent nor cruel, then the defendant
was not liablo, although an exoeis of pun
fshment was nrovan. "" " " ' i ' ,:'
!- a3rTha'' TjininTilU ' Detniiiiraf.' inAri
ing of the Kentuoky rcsolitions of 1798,
'save!'" kii. . i. ''' r -iiini'1 'fill -
".."All tlie resolutions fceao,& dnlWiii
Government, vjolafee the condition pf the'
ootspaot) tnd resistant follows, th fault
Is id th Government, not in the State re-;
aletine. . Th moral e-uilt la not in those
Iwliofcppryk Tko legal pint is anothor
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ASHLAND, OHIO. WEWESDAY,
fini(l In V it"
Oar ttepnbllcmi Foria of Jot
'What Demoeratio papers have been de
claring about the' cbaogs that .has bean
madtf in our Republican form of Govern
ment, is now being acknowledged by Re
publican journals. Tho Reconstruction
Aot passed by the late Congress, and 've
toed by the President, is so flagrant an
aot of despotism, and ao gross a violation
of the Constitution, that all candid Re
publican papors aro. constrained to admit
the cberigo tuo war has mada in the char
acter ;ef that Government. Tho New
York: Timet (Rep.) says of tho Southern
people and that bill :
' "Wo do not wondor that they doom the
terma (of reconstruction) required, harsh
and illiberal. We agree in se rcgardiug
them. ' We deem tuem nnjust and inex
pedient at war with the Constitution and
hoBtilo to tho dictates of a wise and con
siderate statesmanship, i liut how' docs
this help their caso J ' Supposo tho term's
imposed are unconstitutional how does
tho South expect to avert their imposi
tion 7 Has it not disoovorcd that where-
ever the right may be, the power of this
Government rests with Congress ? That
body overrules alike the vetoes of the
President and the decisions of the Sd-
promo Court ; and in neither case is there
any authority that can overrule its author
ity or avert its aotlon." . . ; t . .
Tho Now York Commercial (Hep) also
bears tho following testimony
''All the limitations to the exeroiso of
power contained in the Constitution, ;the
ODDOsitidn of the President and thn'rta.
cislons of tho Supremo Court of the Uni
ted States, have been sot aside and over
ridden by Congress: 1 Thus has our vaun
ted form of government boon revolution-
And the people approve or aro quies
cent , ;'.' m r' '
Can Afford tu Lose an
-. . lox My Country."
At (ho battlo of Ecneaaw. a Colonel of
the Federal army, gallantly leading his
regiment in the oharje, was brought from
his horss by bullet from tho rifle of a
rebel sharpshooter. ' Tho wound was
so.Vere, one, and weak and iaioting, be
was compelled to leave his noble comrades
and go to the rear, to bo placed under the
surgeon's care. Ho was informed that
the amputation of his "good, right arm"
was ncoessary. Nerving himself forth
amputation he said to a. brother officer,
now a resident oV Cleveland, who was
commiserating him upon his misfortune
"I can afford to lose an arm for my coun
try. I ho wounded officer was Colonel
James M. Neibling, recently rejected by
the Senate or the United States, as Col
lector of Internal Revenue for the Fiflh
Ohio pistrict. The gallant officer who
was proud to lose an arm for tho sake of
his oountry, is deemed "disloyal" by the
Radical majority in tbo Sonato of the
United States, and is contcmntuousl; re-
lusca an cmcc, whioh they desire to civs
to some nblo bodied, stay-at-home radical
niro-puller. Ihe treatment Col. Moibline;
and the other soldiers rejected, baVo re
ceived from the Senato is a commentary
Upon the boasted lovo for the 'boys in
blue' to loudly mouthed a fow months
ago. , "' "
j The impression generally prevails that
tho recent sevor woathsr did not injurs
to any great any material extent th pros
pect for fruit tho coming season. Tho
Coshocton Democrat says : ... v
"So far as wo have bocn able to. loam
the fruit buds in this looality havo not
been injured to any great, extent, by the
scvero winter through vhjch wo hayg just
passed, ".and tho dillcrcnt kinds pf. tuit
grown in Central Ulno. What an inval
uable and inappreciable blessing to all a
good crop would be."
The St, Clairsvillo Gazelle says i
"We have carefully noticed the reports
of tho newspapers at onr office, in regard
to the pr'ospcots, thus far, for fruit cropj
in torn etato tbo qoming season, and we
are triad to say, with bnt very few excep
tions, ro ports are decidedly favorable.
Tho peaen erop, always looked to with
great knxibty, promises abundantly, the
buds having passed tinoatliod Ibj) ordeal
or oar Into sevoro winter. ' .v-
M . J 1 ,
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Tub Latest, Fabuions, The New
York Home Journal) give; the following
itema of fashionable intelligence i. . .
"At a rceont ball1 'given at Delmoniee'
a youhaj and beautiful married lady -appeared
in ono of the new fashionable ball
dreasesJ whioh ara now worn short, like
the street dresses. The dross constats of
a' pink silk underskirt which just- touch
ed the toe of the shoes, whioh were of
pink kid. buttoned up over tboankl with
white buttons' 'Over thd "pink skirt was
a shorter skirt of white tulle, 'trimmed
with pink satin" pipings,1 'The bair was
dressed very hijrh,' and ornamented-with
a wreath of wild tSosesj the center of each
rosoroontaining'k'dlamond of great brill
ianoy, The dross wis made by a Parisian
drossmaker, and it Is! heedless to say at
tracted a great fleal of' attention.
"Several young'nVon' have appeared at
faaaioesble reoeptions in this oity rtoent
ly Ih'sohicthing like oourt dress maroon
tsltet oojt and brooches, with silk stook
inga. . i
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MUST AND SIIALt,
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THE CONFISCATION BILL.
That! Storeua' Scheme to Rob n
People Now Under Military
On Saturday of last week, Thad. Slo
vens introduced his threatened Confisca
tion Bill. Thejc-lciiog ia an abstract :
Section one declares all public lands
belonging to the ten rebel 8tates, are
forfeited to tho United States. "
See, two directs the President to forth
with cause the seiSure of sueh property
belonging to the belligerent enemy as is
deemed forfaited by the act of July 17,
1862. and appropriate tho satne as' the
enemy's property, and furthor directs him
to proceed to condemnation witn mat al
ready seized, ,
section three prescribes now property
shall bo condemned by a commission of
three persons for eaoh rebel btato, to be
appointed by tho I'residont, to consist of
one army offiocr and two non-residont
civilians, who shall adjucate and oondomn
the property aforesaid, undor sticn lorms
and proceedings as shall be prescribed by
tho Attorney General of the li nited States,
whereupon title of said property shall be
come vested in the United States.
8ection foiir provides that of the lands
thus confiscated there shall be distributed
to the liberated slaves as follows : To eaoh
adult malo, whether tho head of a family
or not, forty acres; to each widow or male
person who is the bead ol a family, forty
acres, to bo held in fee simple, but to be
inalienablo for tho next ten years after
they beoome soized. The title to these
homesteads shall be vested in trostee ap
pointed bv the Secretary of War, and
he'd for the use of. the liberated Persons
aforesaid, but at the end or ton years the
absolute title to said homesteads shall be
conveyed to said owners or to 'th heirs
of such as an dead.: Thia lend ia to be
distributed and allotted by commissioners
appointed by the Seorotary of War.
beotion five provides that out ot tbo feel
ance of the property thai seized, and
confiscated there shall be raised in a man
ner hereafter provided, a sum equal to'150
for each homestead, to be applied by the
trustees hereinafter mentioned, toward
the erection ol buildings on said .home
steads for the use of said slaves and a
farther snm of (500,000,000, which shall
be appropriated as follows :
Two hundred millions shall b invested
in United States six per centum sccuri,
ties, the interest thereof .shall bo semi-annually
added to pensions allowed by law
to pensioners who have become so by rea
son of the late war, (300,000,000, or so
muob thereof as the damage done to loy
al citizens by.oivil or military persons of
tbo government lately called the Uodfed
ate States of America. '' 1
Seotion sixth enaots exemption for all
persons whose property on tho 4th of
March, 1805, was worth less than (5.000
except sueh as voluntarily became officers
in the oivil or military service of the reb
el government, and it doolarcs that in en
foroing the confiscation (5,000 worth of
property shall bo loft to each delinquent,
bcetion seventh makes it the duty ot
the Commissioners named in Notion third,
to make a fair valuation of all property
seised and forfeited, and when sueh val
nation ia oompleted in th several States,
all said Commissioners shall meet in th
City of Washington, and assess the (500,
00U,U(10 aforesaid, as woll as allowances
for homcstoad buildings pro rata, on each
of the properties or estates thus seized,
aim Duau give uuuuo oi auou asscssiiicai
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and apportionment by publication for six
ty days. I; ' .
Section oiL'tit provides that if tbo own
erg of said seized and forfeited estates,
shall iwithin ninety .days ,'aftcr tho first
publication pay unto tho Treasury of the
United States tho sum assessed on their
estates and lands not actually approprial
ted lo tho liberation ot slaves shall bo re
leased aud restored to theis owners, v.i
- -Suction ninth declares that all property
not redeemed as aforesaid, shall be soM
for the benefit of the United States, pro
vided that not more than three years oredi
shall be given on the purchase money
and arablo land shall not bo sold in larger
tract than flvo hundred aorea. : , l
- - The corset is not a necessary part of t
woman's wardrobe ; and alas I when a wo
man doos begin to wear corsets the will
wemhont too small, and will fqg at th
laces until her breath cornea short, aud
she feels it necessary to retrain from any.
thhrtj like a, comfortable moat'1 We sat
nothing against a wellhapad edrsot wort
loosely, but there lies thn dlfficultr.
- - A loose' corset ! Injures' tho appearance
instead of improving it; ind people" went
eorsvta-that they ;msy have small waists.
-Air we -can iy "is, don't tqhoeao.'hatayl
eryou do.-- You tnay bate small waists,
but-you are exposing youWelyca to a doii
on misfortunes which are aVbad as a large
waist. First, you'll surely hay dyspep
sia and grow yellow and oroaa and unhap.
py; secondly, your hands will grow red j
thirdly, your nose ; fourthly, you will bs
anable to walk mile at onoe? fifthly,
dinner will be a misery; aixthry, your
shoulder-blades will grow weak ; seventh
ly, you will bmk down at thirty or there,
abont,-and be a sickly old woman front
that time forth.1 If these truths do not
frighten 'women from tight' corsets, per
haps the information that ghtlemen gen
eraIlvl'do not admire' what dreu1ffiaker8
call aJ pMtly figure" so Much si abator-' I
pi ono, way havo some intluoooo.
PRE8EHVED." . --,- rl.,-
MARCH 27. 1867.
Tuesday, Maboh 19.
' Senaib. House bill 43, which requires
physioians and midwivea to report births,
physicans to report deaths, ministors to
report funerals, &o.,' to probate judges
Was passed. . '.. '.
Th House billy changing the time of
county auditors entering upou the duties
of their offioe, from the first Monday of
Maroli to tho first Monday of November,
was passed. It does not effect auditors
now in office. ' ;
Tho IIouso bill, to transfer funds accu
mulated during tho war for bounties, re.
ief, &c, to common township expense
fund, was adopted.
The Senato bill, w hich makes the fact
of Ihe salo of intoxicating liquors to a
minor or a drunkard, prima facie evi
dence of guilt, throwing upon the do-
lendant the burden ot proving that be
was igaorant that' tbo party was a minor
or drunkard, was advocated by Warner,
Saddler and others, and opposed by llurd,
May, Uoldcn and brad bury, principally
upon tbo ground that it ohaoges the com
mon usage in oriminal proceedings re
quiring the dofendant to prove his inno
cence, 'lue bill was passed yeas 21,
Senate. House bill, to amend the
first and fiftbieth seotions of an act enti
tled "an act to allow writs of error in
oriminal cases," was passed. Jt author
izes prosecuting attorneys to take excep
tions to tne rulings of the oourt in orimi
:, thtjbbdat.' ;V',C-;'i"i
Senate. The resolution relative to an
amendment of the Constitution', provi
ding for the extension of the elective
franchise, Was takes from the table.
Mr. ' Slay spoke in opposition lo the
resolution. lie would like, be said, to
see th question submitted to the people ;
but to vote to submit it in the Senate,
and to vote against the amendment at the
polls, ss be should, would be inconsistent,
and eo he should vote against submitting
The furthor consideration of tho bill
was postponed until Thursday next.
From Ihe Ohio Statesman.
We were not Nlataken Negro
N nil rage an Imne at the April
Co Monday we alluded to the faot that
th Republicans bad issued a circular to
the faithful, urging them in tbo most ear
nest terms to unprecedented activity at
tho April elections. We knew there was
a purpose at the bottom of this unusual
proceeding on the part of our politiosl
adversary, and conoluded that it was do'
signed as additional prcssuro upon tho
Republican members in the Legislature
to take stops to elevate the Blacks in Ohio
to th position of voters. Tho Cleveland
Leader of Monday explains the object of
tho circular and confirms tho view we cx
prcsse'd. This is what it says, among
other things :
"Tho Republican party has, by its re
ocnt action m Cooltcks, declared in favor
of Jujual buurage. . 1 lua Is a groat, a no
ble advance, and the peoplo should demon
strate that they will sustain it. . The
Democrat; are already beginning to make
this Issue as far as they can, and should
the clcotioo result in Domoeratio sjcoss
cs or Demoeratio gains it will bo received
as a popular repudiation of Equal Suff
rage - A question of principle, thcreforo,
and not merely of omco and olfioo-hold
ing, is involved in this rosult; and thia
fact ahould draw forth not only th voles
but tho earnest and persistent labors of a
class of men who usually refuso to mad
die in "ward politics." Every real friend
of bumau rights should feel himself per
sonally appealed to to enter into this elec
tion with as much earnestness and vigor
as it the Presidency depended on it.
Work, and only work, will insure as suo
cess. Th Democrats are now organising
ward elub in advance of the nomina
tions, and if they are to be defeated we
can not afford to be loss active and ner-
rotio than thov." ' - .
Slow to Collect a Debt-
An old gentleman had owed a firm for
yoara j'at last, alter every body1 patience
and temper baa been- txnaustea, a clerk
named Frank undertook, to -get,)!e raou
artiMVO-vj-iO l-aivi'.i .
Frank called upon the) gentleman, and
met with a polite reception, and th Usui
answer, with the addition, "Yoa need not
trouble yourself, young man,, about the
matter I Will mak it all right." '
"Un, no, replica i ran, "i could not
think for a moment of aompelling yon to
call at the ttora for a fow dollara. It will
not be the slightest inconvenience for
ma to stop In, as I pass your place of busi
ness six . tunes a day, .to and from my
meala, and I -can call ever time I go ty.
' "Here,'' said the old fellow to hi book
keeper, alarmed at the prospect of being
dunned six timts a day for tha next six
months, "pay fiia impertinent rascal. He
can beat me in politeness, and, if he want
a situation. I will give him two thousand
dollars a year.", . , ", '"'' '' f
An Ordinance -
TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER
RKGU1ATION ' OF THE "FIRE
DEPARTMENT FOR THE INCOR
PORATED VILLAGE OF ASH-
.land. . . '; 'H
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Counoil of the Incorporated Village
of Ashland. That the Fire Department- shall
consist of one Enginoor in Chief, Engineer of
Steamer, one Company for each Engine, one
Company for each Hose Cart, and one Hook
and Ladder Company.
Bsc. 2. The Engineer In Chief shall be ap
pointed by the Mayor and Counoil, and ahull
hold his offioe for a period of one year, nnless
sooner discharged. It shall be his duly to
appoint an Engineer for the Steamer ; also,
an Assistant Engineer. All other officers in
the Fire Department shall be elected by tbo
members of ihe Department, by ballot. " r
Sac. 8. The Engineer in Chief shall have
oomm.nd over all Ihe members of the Fire
Deparment, and all other persons who may.
be present at a Ore, and he shall have Police
Powers as cx-offioio Marshal, it shall be his
duty to exaxine and inspect the Fire Engine
and all other apparatus used by Ihe Depart
ment, and report to the Mayor and Counoil at
suoh times as he may deem neoeseary for the
best Interest of the same. ' ' .,.-' '
It shall further be hia duty to take an In
voice of all property belonging to the Fire
Department, and make return in writing as
often aa once in six mooths. He shall also ex
amine all Cisterns and Reservoirs, and report
their conditions. --
lie shall have power to appoint a suitable
Engineer for the Steam Fire Engine, who
will hold his offioe until removed by Engineer
in Chief. .....
He shall report all fires that may occur la
I the village, with the cause thereof as nearly
se oan oe asooriunea. wnn auwoeraauue
soriptlon of building destroyed or damaged,
together wilh the name or same of the own-
ner or ocoupant. , v . r,,.
Bio. 4. The Assistant Engineer shall at
tend all fires, If within Use village, and tn the
absence of the Engineer In Chief, he shall as
sume command and act as Engineer in Gmer.
He will be obeyed accordingly, and make all
his report to the engineer in caier. . , .. ;
use. o. .ah gnevanoes arising in tne le
pertinent shall be reported to lb Engtneerla
Chief, whose duty it shall be . to investigate
the charges, and upon sufficient oause shown
shall report the same hack to- the Company
to which the accused belongs. - .:
Bio. 6. Each Engine Company shall consist
of one Foreman, one Assistant Foreman, en
Treasurer, one Secretary and forty men.' ..
The nose Companies shall consist or one
Captain and twenty men eaoh. '
The Hook and Ladder Company shall con
sist of one Captain and thirty men.
Sac 7. it shall be the duty or tne engin
eer of Steamer toaeo that his Engine is at all
times kipt in good order for immediate nee ;
lh.it wilh the asslstanoe of the Fireman he
shall keep the Engine in a olean and neat
condition. . Also 'he building in which th
same is kept, in good order. . - - -
bbc. H. All officers and memoeraoi me r ire
Department shall wear Caps. Badges or other
insignia of office, at fires, and ao other per
son will be allowed to wear the same.
Baa. I). That the Ordidanee to regulate the
Fire Department, passed November It), ISM,
anl all other Ordinances or parts of Ordi
nances ooo Biding with the provisions of this
Ordinance, be and Ihe same are hereby re
pealed, and that this Ordinance take effect
nom and artcr lis passago. . . -m
Rule and-Regjtlatioiu for tha Govern-
mcnt of the tire Department of
dm VUlaijt of AMwuU , -,
Abtiuls 1. Eaoh Company shall be furn
ished with a copy of the Fire Ordinance,
Rnles and Regulations, whioh shall be kept
and posted or hung up in Ihe Engine Home.
Abticli .. It shall be Ihe duly of the offi
cers nniLmcmbere of the Fire Department to
conform lo all tne ltegulauons and portorm
all uuliee roiuirou. .
Aim i! lb il. The Engiucer of Sleamor shall
have full control of the Engine House and
will bo hold iesponsible for any damage done
tne earn. . j
Annuls 4 VYhon a Rosor oir la out of we
tor, the Engineer will sound hia whistlo by
two quick and 'one long blast. Far Engine
on leaving a fire, one long blast -
Abticlb o When the engine is CM n fu
el, give three quick and one lone blast, when
il shall be tao duty or four or tne company
nearest ihe Engine lo go to Uie engine House
and procure fuel. " ' .
Abticli o it ahnlLebe ihe ouiy or the
members or the riro Uepartment waen an
alarm ef fire is sounded to repair forthwith lo-
the rasneo.iv bngme Houses sad then to the
phico ol fir in an orderly manner, and under
no circumstances io leave a nre wnnom per
mission from the Engineer la chief. - They
will retuf n to their engine houses ia th Same
Abticlb 7 Any member of the depart
ment who shall wiuiuiy and maliciously
lurn a stream of water, or direct, or cause
ll to be done, on any person or persons will
he promptly dismissed from th department.
Aktiulb o no pureaases er material or
labor performed, fjr Ihe use or the depart-
meat will be paid for by the eonnoil unless
directed by the Knglnser-injjnier. -
Articib 9 The engine of Steamer win
not be allowed to carry more than thhrty(30)
pounds of steam without ihe consent . of the
Enginetr-huChiof.' He will at all times
have at least one and a hair gages of water
In the boiler, and Me that there ia a sffioitnt
qiiaatity of fuel on hand and ready Tor in
'mediate use, .
c Aastoia 10 Crankeeneee' la positively
forbidden, any member .of- th Ire depart-
men,t found drunk or under the infiuenoe of
llqnor While In tee line er Ms amy, either at
fire or on parade,, shall be, dismissed (jvh
the department and will never egaia be per
mitted te Join th department. ' U shell bs
(h duly ti every officer and member of. th
department to report suoh meobera violating
nil rule, unprooi ot isi wmmw lae oeoreia
ry shall etrike bl nam from th roll :j .u
Abticlb U-Raolng with engines, or hose
carta going to. or returning from a fit Or
OS parade, is prohibited. . ) r i:
A btiolb 12 Ne member of Iht department
shall bo allowed to us rough er ungentle
manly language lo any officer er member of
the department in or abont the eogtae houses
oretaflro., . . . ?..;-
: Aavif lb 18 The eaptala it k see shall ' be
at the piroa when at fires ad te thai th
Una of hose Well guarded, and shall obey
the order of th foreman ef hit ooaspeoy an.
der the diiectlon of the Engineer ia Chief.
"",( ' Rv order of Council, ' ' ' k
Beat MuMcnaaT, - , A. I CURTIS,
Reoorder, , Mayor,
- (4w38) ' ' '
7f, r -.. vjr Sri
llii.fnon eirai.iliUfcta r JlMr4li4 ,
dim' Nollotii v ' V "4" Ml''
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AdTt'.loi IMd, orififtHcl
UColoan drtlmiittwlU,l klif ,J -60
poroeak nladdlldoBU tb bo.
Just published IsSaW sln'y adSreia'B re-
oeipt ol price," Teaehwrs tdwplied at th
usual oiMOnt,tiU Jil .it A,tJHl
-..A-.w. . Cesitf.
(Jirls got a home ef yeur n Jiewaooej
and Chorua by Tucker -4-Va7 ((f
I'll sever forget the ' dear slai-MoBg
by Bisnop -j .1. uf.MJt MO
My bine eyed Jekni . Betlc-oit
Oa Anm eom bck ronu ha c
A UOaCtr -' U
Told In thetTflllght-r-aotigandehdrmeby
Crilley ... ,
Don't marry nan if he drink ton1 ia
I'll marry ao man that drinks, i reflj Ifm
the above. - , Iff
Beautiful fern of my 4reara"'!(tltli
' . song by Dank. s 6 .liJidsntCf
When we marched to tie roll of thedruni j.
mag vj vjfiuuj, ,v
Oh come to ma then when daylight! afcsaTVi
, eong y uassiora . . , i.Ti"
Nearest and dearest 'Lllhlaoaa' by T, .'
B Thomas -a ia J...-1 nil iUildvSSv
Give me honest friends and tru , aonx,; ,
vjy Tucker "' ' ' JJ.
Do not heed her warning .reply, t gdnvlca
. sies warning, eong by Tucker i, y t(f
Jenny who lives fn the deD. sontf" V
H Thomas !m'uo1 i to JiilWAe aUKf
Softly oe'r the rippling waters seer bv
JRahomas, with beauUfn lih ' '
rranh of the Author m h.;r. aa wo! 4(7 -
Bells in distant lands ong by tucker... .ftf
Ihe Ught etep polka by Fraaell TJ m
Brown c in ukA :-, vircuH lOsW-
Morning bght ShoUisoh by Rtedoa (OT ',
Sunlight polka bj Mrs Tarkhurst 'TA 40
Banjo gallop ; by Hit Psrkhant -rrs.ts'itf
SOmr"khurSU' "MMU?lsJ Y-- Ifrf
Beware, quartette word aCeag'tclUwSO
rroity Kosaiine soag by B laBmait, tfU
Pm glad father's come eong . SO
HoUiea weleom to Pat MaMy il)iw beVM
Her heart is all my own by Hew -j -tit9
The oot beside the miD eong by Caltea
Swinging round Uieclrelo;J ..- MjW
Xou aaugatyr aaughty rman. apnt- Is j
' the Black'Crook ..' " T-J1 A
Now I lar madowa asteetilsma'l:a4doa
. chorus r Walbridge -,nM-Mlt
Blue eyes or-black ' song by T Baker 4 U
Stars ef th Sentnse night; OBavrtettaaili'
Coming coming by and by eong by Qtfom.
W'Uo with Grant agalal ati(VX
. rus by Tucker ... .v'i, , -.ft
HaltboyJ naft' song 'and &(frn. ljy
MoNautrhtonv.: ) '.- .I T'i h'S. -slBitk
Th new horn sweet home, .aotigiyt ,
Madam Parepa 3 60f
Any musio puhliehed win be' mtMihtt
turn avail a4 MiUvimi mtUsi will rr
oeive their ehange with the mivio. Aidreeir
order.! '! .-." hi .tt.-v-.iM bkw aw
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OF CLEVELAND OHIO. . .
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Furtlier reffpoiwibility; $200,000
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Window Shades A Fixture-.
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