COLUMBUS. OHIO. TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 22. 1861.
VOL. VII. NO. 195 NEW SERIES.
IH DOLLAEJ PES TZASI
InT.rit.bly la Idntne.
Slj D)io Statesman
DAILY. TKI-WEE1XY AMD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLIIH1BI AID PBOPBIKTOBB.
ETOfllM Boi. J8, 88 and 40, Worth. High Bt.
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
tell . ' $6 00 poryeu.
By ths Carrier, per whi, u
SO Mr y
Weeklf . . . 1 00
Advertlalna- r iqMM.
ot square 1 yeai...t!0 00
5oe ' l month. 18 00
Jno " t Bon lb. 15 00
n. " 3 month. JO 00
One a month. 8 00
Jne ' I month. fOO
On. square 3 INU"I W
On. ". intkb. 3 00
On. " lwk... 175
On. " 3 days..; 1 00
On. " 8 days... 75
On. " llnsertloB 50
Displayed idT.rtlMm.oU half more than th. boT
Adveitlsement letded and pfaced In th. column of
uerlal Notloee," ovmote . orcMnory rates.
vll notice, required to b pabllihed by law, legal rates.
If ordered on the ineiae exciutiveiy urn ineuratweeu
uet Dh mora than U abov ntei; but all snob wil
niuu in tha Trl-Weeklv without eb.ro.
nnslneto Cards, not exceeding fire line., pery.tr, la
M ite, a? 50 per line; outside f-j.
M otTce. of meeting., charitable, ocletlee, An companies,
4to., half pric.
.AM transient advertisement must M paid for M
S found Te rale will not be Trlt fnm.
Week ly, tme price M th. Drily, where th. advertiser
slh Weekly .Ion. Where b. Dally and Weekly
a re both need, then th. chart. lt-r the Weekly will be
a the rate, of the Dally
No advertisement taken except for a definite period,
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner SpriBff Water St.,
O olxxxnT3XXjB , OHlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And MsnuAxjturere of Bran and Gotnpotltlon Castings,
Finished Brat. Work of all Description!.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
v STENCIL CUTTINC, StC.
Dr;J. B. Bcanman,
- A EESIDEHT DENTIST.
A La. THOSE MEQUIItINO THE SEK
iV vice, of a Dentlut, and favoring Dr. B. with th.lr
Ktronnge may rely on baring ntl.faotion glren. Tb.
i will be repaired on the completion of an operation.
Office lour Door North of the American Hotel, orer
KudiiiU'e Bat Btor.
P. A. B. SUEKHiS,
Attorney At Ttx-xxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offlc Aaio-i DaildlDg, oppo.it Capitol Bqnar.
IJachinc Mannfactnring Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
OMttBgB, XUlMtrlJif, Maehlnarf .
or rriir DEcimoit.
OBAS. AM BOB, lup'l t. AKBOg.jTreM
deoll, Uttft tf
Millinery and Fancy
RII. WAKE WOULD RESPECT.
. tally Inform the OltUens of Oolunbus and Tl
clotty Skat bis Stock of
FALL AHD W LUTES HLUXERY '
is mow coMri.rr,
Aud feeing partlcularlr desirous of
reducing his stock Immediately-,
bo will Sell,
FROM THIS DATE, AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
, ' IiOdlOS, . .
YOU CAN GET
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains!
. By Calling
, f AND
EXAMINING JUS STOCK!!
HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS
, .i TOGETHER WITH. A .
; argo Stock of Notions,
.... .1-, ft,,., 40, .ir (...; . i :
,v, . CAE-Ii AT ':' .
; ii H. Ware's
fig EAST TOWN ITBKETi
C OXaXTMXlTJa f
;HdT0WE$3 & BRO
' BEAtiii lit iMrorrm aito wnntno
' " AND FANCY AKTIOLKS
Ha. 11 East State Street, between High and
S3.OI.DElV. HIIX SHIRTS,
VI OOiiDBN H1LI. BUltlTB,
oni.nHN HILL 81IIBTB.
The Mttm of Horn ahlrn are new. Th. Bodies, Yokel,
'.leer, ana wom are rorrnw v ni am pen
and comfort. Th. mark upon each one dei
la. may be retted os as beln eorrect, and
guaranteed -well mad. - A .fall 3toek of I
leer, and bosom, an formed to At th penon with mm
and comfort. Th aiarknpon (acbooaaeeifnaunf in
, ana eacnsninu
botM. Wo. Bonlh High street
FAIfOT DRESS 8II.KS,
IAN0Y BRBB8 BILKB, -
FANCY DBBDB BILKS. v
W are now fferiaf oar immens. stock of Fancy Dress
him . nriaa lea than rer bafor. offend ta this city.
Th attention of th ladles f this city aad vicinity Is
olid ted, as stock Is rery solect and wmplet la all
rades of Soods la this tin..
otH4. f ' BO. w pontn n'l nmi.
rot Medical Purposes."
ttji bkiwddhs-tttnib, oobduib, and bit
A ma, from "Bonded Wanbon. " ,
moyVT 108 Bouth High street.
MALTESE k TnRE AD LACK WITTS
of lgsnt o.aallties for Ladies', also, Mime' Mitts
ta- - -A.l. .a. BATN'ai.
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MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISHERS OHIO STATESMAN.
low that no Democrat need be without it
the circulation of the Weekly Statesman,
No. 4 GKvvnno Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA.
ARENOW RECEIVINuTHEIK WIN
TER QOOD8, and iovlte th. public to lnipect
tbem. No such stock of Ooods has erer been brought to
thi. market. Tb. Bouth, In oonsequeac. of th. failun
of th. grain crop, has not been able to paranase tno us-
ual quantity or ncn gooas, ana uus lacinaaioicea u
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at the large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will Mil our goods
nere, at lea man any on woo purooaaeu two wj. iuov,
paid for them In New York. Our stock 1 compiet In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
B ROCHE VALENCIAS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SIIAVIS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars-Worth
Bought in One Day,
At otto nail the Cost mt Importation.
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
nanufature of C. a. Oun
Hen's, ladlu and Ohtldnn's Under Bhlrts and Drawer.;
Ladles, Mlstes and Children's Hosiery of all kind., In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; rieecy Lined and OottonOIOT
of mry mak. it:-
'-' : : ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual rane-
LADIES' CLOTHS. J
Ladiei andOent'i Linen Cambrio Hand'
. kerohiea, Ac, &o.
To psnons who est! on ns, w pledge out words to
ehow thM the lareeat, beat and ehoaueot stock Of Ooods
ever Men In this market, or pay them on. dollar par
soar wan. looking. , . ,
decl-diyntawiiw. btudb. u bi
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM.B. M0KEH0USE & CO.,
' Importers and WholeuIsDMlers In
Braadlei, .Winei, Qini and Began,
beg leave to call the attention of u. eitiaws or tne uni
ted BtaMs to tlnir Fan Winn and Liquor, put up un
der their own eupervuion, tor vamuy ana bm um.
Incases assorted U suit .ustomen. Clnbs, miliary and
other public bodies, who require to porchu. In large or
small auantltle. la casks or bottles, will b liberally
dealt Wiln. rnc. aunsne appimiuuu.
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS
BeMtMi.dd by th flntphyiic.Mil u th test rane-
dy known for Dyapeptla, Indigeauon, uewury,
M.i-mn. niMaaea. -A, a beverace. II w par
some, and delkloas to tb. taste. Bold by til Druggt.t
WV. B. HOBinO0Bl It C Prop'rs,
3k SIxehang. Plaes,
JreyClty, R. J.
P.B -The subeerlberi with to engag a few active
men, M Local aad Traveling Agents for their hoow,
wnoa nmrai indaoeaenl. WU1 be .sne . , vol paruo
alar, sd4reesaov.. - ocuu-asm
T7VANCT I.IIIE1V A1VD SILK F AH S 111
A? new.tylesi '-"dUbboa Bound, Blxtatmlon and. la
d Ian Fan. at
.. MBoetli HlgbstTMl
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Caitl street. Liverpool. SO and 81 Poultry, London.
UulorMi wall ana ui rin itreets, new lork.
THOMAS KOODU, Agent, Colnmbui, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, Surplus
aud Reserved fr'und. OiO0O,08S
luveated Inthl. Couatry over. . WM), tXiO
vearir Revenue, over 9S,AtHhUUU
TTPThe Shareholders personally reepon.lbl for en-
gajjementsof Uie Company. All Director, mo.t be Share
holJer.. Director, and Shareholder. In New York:
James Brown, Biq., Chairman. Francis Oottenet, I.q.,
ueputy unairman. .
B.M. Archibald, H.B.M. Ooniul. lugen. Dutllh,Kiq.
Joaeph Qaillard, Jr.,K.q. H. Orlnnell, Btq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Erq. E. F. Sanderson, Kiq.
Attn. Uamilton, Jr., K.q.
OounMl of th. Board.
ALrsco PrxL, Eiq., Basldent BeoreUry.
Local Beard In Cincinnati:
N.W.Thomas, E.q. J.D. Jones, .q. Hufui King, Isq.
TnompMU Jteave, Miq. noD't vuonanan, saq.
Th undtralraed. Agent In this city, will b happy to
receire applications for InsurauM In th. above Company,
AT THI CITY BANK.
II can recommend It with ntln oonSdenc. to all de.lr-
out of obtaining proteoUon against LOBS BY FIBB.
No Chars;! for Polioiets.
novl8-tf THOB. ktOODIB.
Such artlole as you ditire for your HUSBAND
8 nch as you std for yonr WIF1 .
Such as are proper for yonr DAUQHTXB.
Bach s your BI8TBR will pratu yon for.
Such u yoar BBOTBEB ovis km.
Bach as yoa won for H THI ONI YOU LOVB BEST.'
Such as will be good for th " BLESSED BABY."
Such as all lea for,
Hay bs found In variety. In my new stock of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
And general aatortment of
Fancy aai TJssful Artlolss.
No. to Buckoro Block.
yyiUTK WHEAT, BRANDED .
From ' Barnett Ullls," Sprlngield, 0. th best brand of
Flour breugbt to oar market. Bati.raetton guaranteea.
For sale only at WM. MoDONALD'S,
Bowr lue noutn Hign street.
mLICOK, DeLAIKIES. ITIERINO",
VJ CHIMTZES, DHB8S SILKS, and aU
kinds of faahlonabl
"Winter Drees Oooda.
we an now offeriDg.t very low prices.
decSI. No. SOSouih Illghstreet.
8av Your Honey.
T Aid NOW RECEIVING 8UBSCRIP-
A tlons for sll th Magaaines and Literary naBn In
the country and rat of It; among th. former, th. Corn-
hill, Tempi. Bar, th Atlantic Uarpar. Godey Peterson,
Knloksrbooter, Eciectio, Blackwood, tb BrlUtn y uarter-
liri. .On wi puiwriiii n on m una A.uiaa,
ODBAPER and fn of Postat., by sending their Sab-
KripUonathrougbm. BIQBA&D KBNNBDY,
deol it bum street.
Watches and Jewelry. ;
A FINE ASSORT1HBNT OF WATCH
ilea, Clocks, Jewelry, Bllrerware, Bt., kept oon.tant
y on nana at
' J No. 165. Bouth High Street, Columbus, 0
ILT Watches and Jewelry repaired.
GENTLhmEN'S NECK I KM,
OBNTLBMKN'B NKCK TIRS,
GENTLEMEN'S NECK TIES.
Thsaost dessnbl. assortment In th. eltyandatunusal-
aora. ' no, w Bouuuign street
TLEUANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS FOE
Mil Street Baaqnn and atantlee; also, Rich Trimmui
aad Timlt to natch, at , . . BAIN
stars , . ,-, - m ..
A PPLESl APPtaesi
j 100 bbls. Choice Apples received on eonslgnment
for sals by . ; . . , mciuta kbbiisaux,
" ' ' 1 U4 N. High stmt.
1) (Oljitf Statesman
Dally, par year-
. 3 00
Trl Weekly, per tar. ...
WeeEly. per yea
MONDAY, January 21st, 1861—2 P. M.
Mr. MONROE Dresented a petition Irom clt
sent of Washington township, Hardin oonnty,
ralatlva tn lervinir a tax for certain purposes:
Also, of Mr. Perkins and 18 other citizens of
Huntington, Lorain county, relative to granting
certain legal r ?htl to women I
Also, the petition of Hon. Philemon Bliss and
30 others of Eljrla, on the same subject;
Also the petition of John H. Boguter and
other county officers of Lorain county, relative
to extending the term of office of county audi
The following bills were read a second time,
and oroDerlr relerred:
S. B 191 Supplementary to the act entitled
an act.to nroride for me prelection or the can
als of the canals of tba State of Ohio, the reg
ulation of the navigation thereof, and tor toe
collection of tolls.
S. B. 192 Further to regulate and prescribe
tbs duties of township assessors and county an
Mr. BREWER presented a new bill
S. B. No. 199 To amend the fourteenth seo
tlon of the act entitled an act concerning the
relation of cuardian ana ward.
The rules were suspended, and said bill was
read a second time, and referred to the com-
mittee on the Judioiary.
Mr. STANLEY, from the committee of Con
ference to whom was referred the matter of dif
ference on S.B.No. 181 making partial ap
propriations for tne year isoi.
Reportei favorable to changing the approprl
ationfor the enlargment of the Penitentiary
from fire thousand dollars to two thousand fire
hundred dollars, which was agreed to.
Mr. GARFIELD from the Conference com.
mittee to whom was referred House joint reso
lution No. 80, reported that the Senate should
recede from its amendment, and that the House
resolution be so amended as to print In the Oer
man language but 1,000 copies of each' of the
documents therein named, except the Governor's
message and the report of the Auditor of State,
of wbioh there snail be printed i,ouu eacn, as
already nrovlded in said resolution.
On the motion to agree to said report, the
ares and noes were demanded.
Mr. GARFIELD did not wish the Senate to
agree to the leport of the Committee of Con
ference, beleirioo- that the number of German
documents might be diminished by another Con
ference Committee. He urged many reason
against printing the various reports in the Ger
Mr. CUPPY favored printing in the German
language, and held that the cost of printing was
not so mucn in tne rmmorr printed as in tne
translation and composition. Therefore, he fa
vored printing even a larger number then that
proposed in the resolution.
Mr. htanliEjX lavoreu cutting ou tne less
interesting reports, while he would favor the
printing of a liberal number of those which were
Air. MUJNKUrJ was not particular about tne
matter, but he had always favored the printing
of a liberal number of German documents. He
wlshedlthe question disposed of so that the Sen
ate might consider snore Important businees.--
Me would rote lor tne report, nopiag mat ne
might thereby assist, In making final disposi
tion of this matter.
Mr. COX would rote for this report because
he honed therbr to at one dispose of this ques
tion, which was occupying too much of the Sen
ate's time. In principle he did not favor the re
solution. Mr. SMITH favored the passage of a law
that would hereafter regulate the publication of
public documents in the German language. He
was in favor of printing sueh documents as were
calculated to disseminate polltioal information
for the Germans.
Mr. ORR thought the object of printing the
Governor's Message and the Auditor's report
only in the German language, waa designed to
have a partizan effect. He was in favor of
printing all reports and publlo documents In
that language. He was surprised that the Sen
ator from Portage, (Mr. Garfield) could not
support his own bantling. He was afraid that
gentleman was looking after political capital in
the course he was pursuing on this question.
He had a large German eonatitueney, and
would defend their rights npon this floor and
insist upon the printing of the reports of State
officers for their benefit.
The rote on the report of the committee ot
conferences was then taken and resulted ayes
18, nays o.
Air. june.9 onerea toe louowing resolu
Rtioirxa, By the General Assembl of the State
of Ohio, tbrse-fitfhs of the members elected
to each house concurring therein. That It be,
and hereby is proposed to the electors of this
8tate, to rote on the second Tuesday of Octo
ber, A. D. 1861, upon the approval or rejection
of the following amendment as a substitute for
section fire, of artiole four, of the Constitution,
District courts shall be composed 0f two
judges of the supreme oourt, and shall be held
in eacn county in tne state at least once in eacn
year; bat if it shall be found inexpedient to
bold such court annually in each county of any
common pleas district, the General Assembly
mar. for sucn distriot, provide that said oourt
shall bold at least three annual sessions therein,
In not less thai three plaoes; end the General
Assembly may, by law, authorise the judges of
the supreme court to fix the terms of holding
the district court.
On presenting this resolution, Mr. JONE9
In explanation of this proposition I desire to
say to the Ssnats, that I hare introduced It after
consultation with many eminent members of
the bar from different parts of the Bute, and
with a well settled conviotlon that It Is tbs
most practical amendment thai the publlo will
bs likely to approve, to remedy, to some extent
at least, the aefeots so geaerally complained of
in our preient system.
The districts courts as now organised, are, I
believe, everywhere considered unsatisfactory.
To complete tne system proposed dv this
amendment, It will be necessary for the legisla
ture, after Its adoption, to Increase the number
of the judges of the Supreme Court to seven.
With this Increase, 1 am assured Dy some of the
members of the oourt and other gentlemen who
hare been Judges of the court, under the pres
ent Constitution, all the business of the Snpreme
and Distriot courts can he disposed of without
The ail vantages expected to oe derived irom
. . a mm
the proposed amendment, Mr. Jones claimed to
be: 1st. To diminish the number of oases In the
Supreme Court at least twenty-fire per cent:
3d. A muoh more satisfactory and expeditious
disposition of business la the Distriot Courts
than could be reasonably expected in tribunals
constituted as our district courts now are; 3d.
He contended that the obange proposed, while
It would in all respects greatly Improve our ju
dicial system, the Improvement would be se
cured, not only witnout additional expense to
the Bute, but would, as he believed, result In
a large curtailment of the present expenditure.
When the system established by the present
Constitution went Into operation, but twenty-
seven Judges of the Court of Common Pleu
were provided for. This number has been in
creased to forty. If the proposed change be
adopted one-fourth of these ean be dispensed
with, whose aggregate compensation would be,
say $15,000- Deduct Irom this sum the salar
ies of two additional Judges of tha Saprems
Court, $6,000, and we have as saving to the
tressnif of the state or, say; $,ow. i
The resolution was laid on the table and or
dered to be printed.
Mr. MoCALL presented a new bill.
8. B. No. 300 To amend section 393 of tbs
act to establish a cods ot oiril procedure, passed
March 11, 1853.
The Senate then resolved itself Into commit
tee of the Whole, and considered
S. B. No. 191 Supplementary to the act en
titled an act to provide for the protection of the
oanala of ths State of Ohio, the regulation of
the navigation thereof, and for the oolleetlon of
tolls, which was referred, with pending amend
ments, to the standing commute on Publlo
S. B. No. 193 Further to regulate and pre
scribe tbeduties of township assessors and coun
ty auditors, wbicn was rererred to the oommitee
On motion the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, Jan. 21, 1861.
Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Allen.
On motion of Mr. MON AH AN a call of the
House was had fifty sight members present,
further proceedings under the call were dispens
Mr. CONVERSE on behalf of the Judiciary
committee, asked that said committee be dis
charged from the further consideration of H.B.
380, by Mr. Stout, making libel and slander
penitentiary offences, and that the same be re
ferred to a select committee of one Mr. Stout
which was agreed to.
Mr. MONAHAN presented the petition of
John Carter, and one hundred and thirty-eight
others, oltisena of Ames Tp , Athens County,
praying for an amendment in the law for the
distribution oi the school funds. Referred to
the committee on Sobools and Sohool Lands.
Mr. Monahan presented a similar petition of
Wm. Mason and one hundred and ten others-
Mr. RUKENBROD presented sundry and va
rious petitions of Edward Whinnety, Mary
Griffith, J. N. Graham, Anne L. Murray.
and 500 others, eitizens of Columbiana county,
praying ror tne auopuon ot necessary measures
to restore to married women of this Slate a
legal personal existence, and to place the wife
on an equality with her husband in the right to
time, earnings, property, and tne control and
guardianship of children. Referred to the com
mittee on Woman's Rights.
Mr ROBINSON, from the Judiciary commit
tee, reported adversely to the petition of couo'
ty omceis or Uamilton oounty, asking for tha
oistrinuiion oi awan and tJntcnneni's statutes.
Mr. ROBINSON, from the same committee
reported back H. B. No. 46: To prevent the
inter-marriage or persons baring a distinct and
visible admixture of African blood with white
persons, with an amendment as Instructed.
Mr. MoCUNE moved a further amendment
by impoaing a penalty on Probate Jndgea who
shall knowingly issue a certificate authorizing
marriage Between persons oaving a visiDle ad
mixture and white persons, which was adopted
t he bill was then ordered to be engrossed for
y tniro reading to morrow.
Mr. VINCENT, from the Judiciary commit
tee, recommended the indefinite postponement
of II. B. 285, by Mr. Jones, amending the 175th
section oi tne justice's act. Adopted.
Mr. VlWOLN T, from the same committee.
recommended the inueunite postponement of II
B. 31. by Mr-Scott, of JeftVeon To retrnlatA
tne sale and redemption or real estate, delinau-
ent for non payment of taxes; also, that which
has been forfeited to the state for non-Davment
of taxes : It being suggested that the author of
tne bin was absent, the bill with the report was
laid upon the table.
Mr. SCOTT, or Warren, offered a resolution,
requesting the Superintendent of the Deaf and
Dumb Asylum to report to- this body, If, in his
ooinion. the dud! la of that Institution can ha In.
structed in the business trades without materi
ally Interfering with their intellectual instruc
tion; and if the art of printing oan be so son.
nected with the institution, that the Stale,
together with other printing, can be exeouted
with advantage to the pupils and the State. The
resolution waa adopted.
Mr. WOODS ottered a resolution Instructing
the Finance committee, to report a bill at as
early a day as possible, making au appropriation
lor tne payment oi tne outstanding checks of
the Board of Fublio Works, issued for work
done and materials furnished, for the Public
Works ot the Stato, prior to Nov. 15, I860.
Mr. GAMBLE offered the following:
Whxsiis, it la the promptings of patriotism
and the dictate of wisdom to make earnest ef
forts to save the Union by conciliatory conces
sions, therefore be It
Rttoltxd, By the General Asacmblr of the
State of Ohio:
1st. That In a spirit of compromise,
we are willing to accept the amendments
to the Constitution of the United States, pro
posed in the United States Senate, known as
Senator Crittenden's Border State propositions,
or any othsr just proposition, whereby harmony
ana peace may oe restored oetween tne people
of the different sections of the country.
3d. Retoloed, That while we deny the con
stitutional right of any State to secede from
the Union, and moat especially condemn the
spirit of nullification and aggression at the
North, whloh seems to be driving the Southern
States into secession and revolution, as destruc
tive to our peace and harmony; yet it Is the
opinion of this General Assembly that the em
ployment of military foroe by the Federal Gov
ernment to ooerce the submission of seceding
States will inevitably plunge the country Into
civil war and entirely extinguish all hope of a
peaceful settlement or the fearful Issue now
pending before the country.
3d. liaoioea, i nat we earnestly entreat tha
Federal Governmsut and seceding States to
withhold military power, and under no pretext
whatever. Involve the nation in the horrors of
civil war, until the people ean take such aotlon
as tbs perilous condition or the country de
mands. 4th. Re$olved. That the Standing eommmit-
teeon Federal Relations be and they are here
by Instrncted to report to this House, a bill for
ordering an election at as early a day as possi
ble. In order that the voters of Ohio may vote
for or against the acceptance of said proposi
tions, and for and against the calling of a con
vention to revise and amend the Constitution
of the United States in pursuance of the fifth
article thereof. .
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, gave notice of his
intention to discuss the resolutions, and they
were accordingly laid upon tne table.
Mr. BKU W A hi, of Miami, moved to take from
the table bis resolution Instructing the commit
tee on Publlo Building to report a bill for the
sale of the metorials used in boring the artesi
an wen, ana to provide lor removing tne build
ings, and grading that part of the yard now oc
cupied by said buildings.
Mr. WOODS, offered a substitute which was
accepted by Mr BrowneJnatraoting said ooamH-
ue to enquire into tno expediency oi disposing
of the materials, and removing the buildings,
and report by bill or otherwise. The substitute
Mr. MONAHAN moved that a committee
of five be appointed to examine Swan and
CritchO eld's statutes, and ascertain whsther
there were any laws In force at the Urns of
their publication which were omitted adopted.
meesrs. won an in, new, myers, rtants and
Wood were appointed said comaalttea.
Mr. HITCHCOCK, from the committee of
Conference on the part of the House, made a
report recommending that tha Senate recede
from its amendments to House joint resolution
no. bu, relating to tne printing or various re
sorts In the German language, and recommend
log that 1,500 copies of the Governor's message
and the Auditor's report, and 1,000 copies eaoh
of the other reports, be printed In German. The
report was agreed fjo.
Mr. VORI3, from the conference committee,
reported on the' partial appropriation bill, re
commending that $3,500 instead of $5,000 (the
amount In the bill as it passed tha Senate,) be
appropriated for the enlargement of the Ohio
Penitentiary. ..The report was agreed to.
Whereupon the House adjourned. ,, . ,
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual AUtrativ that can bo made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sorsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for tlio diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow,
citizens. How completely fliis compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
Scnori'LA and Scrofulous Complaints,
euuptions and kuuitive diseases, ulceus,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumoks, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mekcumal Disease, Duopsy, Neu
ralgia on Tio Douloureux, Deuility, Dys
pepsia and Indioestion, Euysipelas, Rose
on St. Anthony's Fiue, and indeed the whole
doss of complaints arising from Lmpuuitx or
- This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By tho time
ly expulaion of them many rankling disordors
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of tin remedy, spare themselves frgm
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, tnrougit wmen tne system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an aUerntivo medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimplos, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tne Hood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnparilla lias, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
protonding to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any tiling else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these, have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply suclt a remedy as shall rescue the
namo from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think, wc have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irrusUtiblo
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
riiEr-AREi u Y
DR. J. C. A YE It & CO.
LOWELL, MASS. .
Price, $ 1 pr Bottle i Six Bottle, for $9.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for tho cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for tu to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it lias long been in constant use
throughout this section, w. need not do mora than
assure th. peoplo its quality is kept up to the beat
it ever has been, and that it may be ralied ou to
do for their relief ail it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB THB CURE OF
Coitivtnett, Jaundice, Dysptpsia, Indigestion,
Dyuntery, Foul Stomach, Erynipclas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Divpsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take tlietn pleasantly, and tliey arc the
best aperient in the world for nil the purposes of a
Price 25 cents per Box ;
Five boxes for $1.00.
Greatnumbcrs of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named, fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the abor.
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand AYEn's. and take no others. The sick
want th. best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. .
All our remedies are for sale by
BOB1RTB at SAMUBL. dolnmba.
Aod by DraKfrlstf and Beaton everywhere.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton tk Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change o Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
i BUS. i . .
' (Dally, Mondays eicey ted.
NIOHI XXPKKSS. wia Dayton, at S: a. m.. stoo
ping at London, Xeola, Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:80 a. m. j Dayton at 3:45
a.m., Indlanopollsat 10:48 a. a.; St. Loaisat 11 50
ACCOMMODATION, at S.iO a. n. stopplnr at all Bu
tton, between Oolamboe and OlnolnnaU and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:08 a. a., Dayton at 9: IS a. ,
. lltlKK IKAlfl.
DAT XPBK88,at 8:10 p. stopplna at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cdarvllla, Xenia.
florin- Valley. Gorwin. Morrow. DerflliW f neter's.
rorelaod, Mllltordaad Flatnvllle, arriving at Cladn-
natt at 7 20 p. Bt. Lonta at 18 atj Dayton at p.
laaiaaopoiisai iu:a p. n.
Sleeplaisr Oar. tm all Nls-bt rams t
CiHClEtttatl mm lBUaaanlis. .
BAGGAGE IVBCKBD THROUGH.
- fot farther cremation aad Through Ticket apply to
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, OoJumhae, Ohl.
I. W. WOODWARD,
JulS . . Agent, Oolnsstas,
J I , Wholesale an Retail Dealer In
Foreign & Domestio Cigars,
am swt Mam
' Smoking tfc Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the osst quality of nnTFT'l constantly
on hand. '
ITTOoantry Merchant! an Invited to call before par
r hating ilseeher. s
i NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET. . ,
Bel. HalaaaSByeaaere, , ,
bovH-wOb ' cmtf CINNATL t
OF TBI CONDITION Of TBI
City Fire Insurance Company,
0"J 1 DAT OF DECEBIBEB,
. B0Oi . Alr or Ohio, pursuant toth.
Statute of the Stat, entitled -An not to ret ulaM loan
rane OoBpaolee not Incorporated by lb State ot Ohio,1
passed April 8, 1854.
NAM! AND LOCALITIIS.
lit. Tb nam or th Company Is "City Pin Insaraoo.
Company cf Hartford" and la located at Hartford,
SJ. Th amount or It Capital Stock la. . assa ana
3d. Th amoant or II Capital Stock paid up la 330 OAv
th. II ASBRT8.
1. Cash of the Company on hand
and In Bank 031 057 4
9. Cash la the ban da of and do
from Agent or In Tran.lt 81,18,3 93 $Vt,U 17
3. Real Bstat un!no am bared non
i. Th Bonds and stock, owned by
tn uompany as par voncB-
ore accompanying how -cured,
aad the rat or In
terest thereon, to wit:....
No. Shares ParVsl. Market Val.
Path Bank Stock N. T. 10,000 00 (10,700 00
Continental hi rnn fin Q qkia r.i
10 000 00
10 .100 ou
10 SOS 00
10 800 00
9 500 00
7 few) 00
Importer At Traders"
Bank ot Bepablie "
Market Bank "
Sho m Leather
B-nit of Otsuttnce Button
Bid Ac Leather '
' ew oo
" 10,000 oo
" 10.000 oo
Hartford 10,400 00
'- 10,000 00
" 5.0U0 IK)
Meroh'ts A ManufU '
City Bank Stock '
Bank or Hartford Co.
Union Bank Stock Albany
8 500 00
5 500 SO
Brooklvn City Water Bonda
1 1,000 each 10,000 00 10,000 00
Hartford City Bonds $1,000
each HOf O 00 11,230 1)0
Indiana Central R. S.
Bonds 91,000 each 10,000 00 10 000 SO
Certificate of Ohio Stat.
Stock 5,000 00 5,000 08
Hartford A N Haven R. B.
Bonds. 4.000 00 4 080 00
Total Bonds and Stocks Mar
3. Debla do th Company, secur
ed by morgay, on unincum
bered Real Eitate, a par
vouchers accompanying ..
8. Debt otherwise teeand, as per
vouchers accompanying vis:
Total amount loaned on
Accrued Interest payable Jan
nary 1, 1801
7. Debt for premiums non....
8. Office Furnltnram Library...
t 058 48
1.128 37 3,180 Tf
Total assets of the Company.. . (335,028 90
5th. Th amount of liabilities; due
or not due, to Banks and oili
er creditors none
7th. Losses adjneted and not due $2 3-D 80
8th. Losses unadjusted and....
9th. Losses in snapsnse, walUng
for further proof including
S3 800 resitted 34,810 00
10th. All other olalms against
the Company non.
Total liabilities e38,8 89
11th. The greateit amount Inrared In any
one reek the rules of the Company llm.
Ite to 10,000 01)
12tb. The greatest amount allowed by the
rules to be insured In any one city,
town or Tillage, varies all owing to
the slxe and claas of propertt
13th. The greatest amount allowed' to be
insured in any on block varies as
In th preceeding
14th. Th amount of Itaoapltalor earnings depoeiled
in and other State, as security for loseet there
in, naming them, with tho amount in each, and
whether such oompany transacts any buelneea
of I run ranee in laid Bute, or Bute, none
15th. Tbe Charter, or act of incorpoiatlon of at id Com
pany is the same as heretofore Sled.
Bt.ts or ComacTtcoT,)
County of Hartford, i
0. B. Bowias, President, and 0. C. Wait, Secre
tary of th. City fin Ioeurane Oempaoy, being evraily
sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true
and correct statement ot the affaire or th eaid Company
that the sa d loan rane Company Is tb bona fide own
er r at leaat ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
of actual cash aapltal Inveoted tn Sleeks aad Bonds, or
In Mortgagee ou Real Karat, worth double tb aaonnt
for which the tame I mortgaged; that the above lieecri bed
investment, nor any part thereof, are mad for th ben
efit f any individual .xerclilng authority In th. man
agement of tatd Company, either as Pretident, Secretary,
Treasurer, Director, or other Ite; that th mortgages
above described have not been assigned, nor In any man
ner released or impaired by said Oompany; and that they
an th abov described officer of said Ioturano Ooa.
pany. 0. B. BOWIRS, President.
0. 0. WAITB, Secretary.
Subscribed end eworn before me, this 7th dayof Jan
nary, 1861. B. DODD.
t. Notary Public.
Orrics or th Auditos or Statc.)
Oolumbus,0., January 14. 1801. (
I. Robert W. Tayler. Auditor of State, do hereb ear
tlfy that the fonioini la a correct ncn at tha ataumant
of condition of th City fin Iniurano Company of
Hartford, OonnMtlout, mad to thia office tar tha vear
lttll and. now on SI herein.
w itaett my hind and seal oStoialty.
L. . R.W.TAYLBR,
Auditor of Stat.
By 0. Cou,0hlaf Clerk.
Certificate stf AaUhorlty-.
(To expire on th. 81st day of Janu ary, 1868.)
AowToa or Bran's Omot, )
IlfSUaAWOS DtPAATMSirT r
Columbus, Ohio, January 14, 1808. )
WasIAS.Th CITYIIRI INSDRANnn OOMPl.
NY, located at Hartford, In th Stat, of OonnMtlout,
ha Bled In this ofllc a .worn statement of Its oonditlon,
as required by th first oection ot th act 4 To regulate
Insurano Compute not incorporated by th Stat of
Ohio,' patted April S, 1858; and Wsnaaas, said company
has rurnitbtd th. end reigned eatitfactory evidence that it
Is possemd f at Matt on band red mouaaod dollart of
actual oapltal In retted In stocks, or ia bonds, r in mort
gage of real Mtata, worth double th. amount for which
tne tame i mongtgM; and, Wasstaaa, said oocopany bat
filed la this tffle a written Instrument under lit Mrp.
ratlv seat, signed by th Pniidentand Secretary there
of, authorising any agent or agents of said oompany Ii
th State, to acknowledge ssrvie. of protest, for and la
behalf or said oompany, contenting that such terrlce or
prootta shall bt taken and held to bs a valid as If served
upon tne company, according to th laws of this or any
other State, and waiving all claim or right f trror, ky
reaeon of luch acknowledgment of terrlce.
theeforeealdact,!, Robert W. Tarier, Auditor of State
for th Stat of Ohio, do hereby certify that said City
Ir Imuran Oompany of Hartford. Oonaoctleut. la
authorised to trantaot th business of Fin and Marin
Iniuranc In this Stat, until tn thlrty-Siat day of Jan
uary, ia the year o thousand eight hundred and sixty
In Witness Whereof, I hat. hereunto subterlbed sap
nam. ana touted tu. seal of my ofllc to bt
) affixed Ui day and year abov. written,
i a. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State:
ByO. Cots. Chief Clerk.
J. H. WHEELER, Agent, -
Ne. Slf nh High street.
Janlldlw ' ' ' ' -
JAS. M. M'Kf .
WM. B. USSTUtAUI,
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
F4. ;u Nertst Hlfti street,
H AVISO ISA4U AT WflOltSATkt
and Retell, f IN F.ST STAPLE OHOOIIUSS,
FLOUR, SALT, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBAOOO,
BBQARB, Etc , Etc. Our Stock has bean purchased In
Keetern Cities during th Panto, -
pon oao Hp
andonrmalo endeavor will b to offer todoeeiBeaia to
( AHflBCTSRJ whloh are not eiceUd by any Hone lu
'. HEtSHV KCEHLEU .
I Woof Fhalon's IttaMlahmeaf, N. T.,) Pirfprtatoro
In. New fork VuhleoaM Shaving, Balr Catting
Bhampoonlng, Oarllog and Dressing; Saloon, No. I!
Xatt State street, near tha root Orano, Brat Soar, -r
where satlefactloa will bs given in all the varlou.
branobe. Ladles and Children's Balr Dretalng doa
ia th. beet sty te. JySI-dly
PTiiis cejOABasi and paletots..
Made In the moat stylish aad Ifunl manner. A
new Involos Just opened by PsITKR BAIN,
Sec-H. Ko. 89 South High street.
mgtEt BEOEaWTIOIV HOOP IK1HT. '
X The moot graceful and elegant skirts yet offered for
sal. Anew lot just opened by PETER BAIN,
. dos.U. No. 28 South High itreel,.
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