NO y READY.
THE REVISED STATUTES,
OF TH1 V
wwtu7ii fi rmr "dscisjo'xs or tux sxf-
(Contained la Iwentynlr vo'omc or lh Ohio ana unio
hMjff IM-. i ' f ! J. A 1
NO fcifiutSCKS to I'fttoB tiWs,
la Tiro Royal 8ro. Voluaaae, File $10 00.
', MiiM t:'
No ear or txnente liaa bea epa:cJ to.mak J""'
Mrfret and tlibt ll respects." '
IthMBCrthUgtalU.a Mttofe imsing -
Broredny nearly th unanimous vole ,of both Houses,
r , . . 4 w j., to h fbimiDi Butt
tad County efucernl. .
Governor. Attorney Of naral. Bnprwm Judge, secre
tary, 0 mvifm.tmf o Arm! tne of Mot,
to lb 1 '-i Oourlvio'''0""M auper
ltru4t i.(CwttlAdlla d U Otar ot
yartoas Courts io ech county, to the n .others of the
BmM And Hun of iUoreaentatlree of this Btat. and
k. iw,.... of tn aUTeral States or tut union
- 7.... ..... .1. a,.,.,..
This hoot, containing, u. ai, w "?r"
ana Dm N OonitlMrtwh Willi" Pcll
wcictiim or Tinii'iMrsvA- .
-M eoWKKHrrTKOTTBKfy ' k la '
' -Auu.VLKKKS OT0WNktIIPt,M4 "
li Jem omoiatr ---y. t -j
Ioannach u verr wmit ehanin have been nide In the
ptal, atotratlmi i4 aclAttlnfit, and many ImpofHet d
h.4 am nv 'lh Bucrane Ooort on too-
ATTOKNKV AT t AWf -- i 1i
Aty 30SIN48 MlfN QENpUALLY,
win find (iiii ah kvAlnihls'irdrkk i V',-" -"
1m iivf ito.' To!vmf of over Xinetten Hundred
IaStroor wwrinauiB. rpcv "
fabutbtd by , v .. r . ,n . .urt.
RQaXEIilJ KJIjABKJK, 1 te CO., r
Uw PhHhrr-Salillnt ftatlonert awl Ineortvn,
fiJ JwAm "SKVfcSTrtt feertfttfee't.1
fcaseyie ,:. Cincinnati. 0.
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"KAJTirWrSt sTfiXESi rnhlishsri;;.,
I - 1 l.Ul. II I '
THURSDAY EVENCfc: H4RCUai.8Cl.
Democratic City and Township Ticket.
1 1 WlfWBS rCNfTOW.
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- tfMij.ra. . . ... .
,1 Warfl-'. 8. ftlCKLBT.
31 Waul JOSIH HAHHKH.
in 14. aaMMlOllAOII wil'oy,
5th' Warl H, BTAEBIf ft -
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'.pawOB ..OBJI WBAV?.- K-'i''"
..v l.iiilt acr.inww '
JOUW M. K(ERNER. "'lJ)T
ijsj la Wu
The Republican Caucus.
Last nlgb( (he Republieaw members of the Gen-
ml AasehYael attain In oancos to nominate
eandldau (ht theU-S. Senate: On the 26th ballot
Johw' tBTii wa nomlnstcd, baylrig received
s majority the tBoostnd- his. vote be-
Ina a no A ma orilV 01 AU IDC Repnoiicau mem-
bers wf -this LegWtTj. ..
The cohesive jower of pta&f &U troog
desirwtw potseer sme of the ipolli of Office,
turned the scales In' fvor of Air. Shmmaw-VH
was direct! from YAsbioglon. sod his friends
werrfewabled to certify th Mr- lincjL-.desir-
ed th ejecttoaof Mr. Shsaman , and that fACt.be
lag stated and credence given to It, Mr. Suzrman
was thereby made iovinoiblo,, Jost think of, it.
Ttmlieii Lmoom' is extremely abxIoua foe the
lectkNt of Johh 8BnAW who lsfjuiten favor
(ta wStE Old Abe. "ThVeiipport! of Mr." Saia-
man is thereCortln sorest wsy to offioe; and
elected he wlUbe eeriaio to repair immediate!)
to WaahTnetooio'. pro mote ' the clause of iu
friends, and obtcia for them a full share of the
offices, jobs and cbritraett td be bail at the fed
oral eaplfol. 7he'"ccrf eni opinion that Ijncolm
deaired Shsiiiak's election, 'and the tffect it had
oa the'eaocri). la told laitUL-nal-dpclion.il
thaqaestion. , ,r .v.-, . n v--
Tie, pgiAlAtue,duiiDg (ha meraiog lersion,
todTi rasscd a." resolution to go Into ,be clcc-
tloa of Bior at three clock this afternoon,
whoa, ia Joint, oventwq at the. two Houses,
at. a.-. .litt''
The Ten Days' Armistice.
Ai Armtotlee W True fcr fed dajs ht been
agreed upon at Washington by aud between, (bo
Adiniaitraioa and theXommtolouers of the
Bouthem Pravlstonal Government. Hera are
two parties entering Into a 1 contrt'et for ibe sua
penslOQVf kottilitiel for a definite period. Both
parties &f oohraeftregarded each other as both
willing and Abls'ta' mile' k binding contract.
The Adniluiilrat'loD, by entering into this eon
tract, via treated the Son tb era Confederacy
aa equ'ai,' And acknowledged its existence as
"high eontraetW bower,"t.,Ppabla 0 makicg
peace and war as well as of , entering Into trea-
, The .Fedcrajj oy ernpnehf 'bit thus entered
into a. treaty with a Government which hs:a
rightful" exlBUncei; or i tevelutionsty la its
characfn1 . irthe former be admitted, it npiet
the dr.cr jo.pfc pesideot Lmco tit's Inangural,
that no Stute.CAn ightfullf declare itself out
of (he Union. Jit the ground be taken (hat
the St cUu'ju'pjtfrfineut is a revolutionary one,
(ben the Ad-ninlptratJon, by entortbg i6to treaty
etlpuIatlouA wiu ia organised rebellion, has
eonf eased I'i fnablltty rtp put down that rebellion.
and acknowledged that fhe., revqlntlpplBte5
rebet Uvc'ul's viodloated. their ability At
tabllsb and malntaitf pnrteah Jodrpoodeal
Goyernmaut TW & - '....
Such Is the coustrucH'dn ibf will be pnt np
on ftXIcTef the1' A.wtnrfftrtlob',' fhoogh'
advocates may seek to 'escape ijio odlum.v. Tlf
seceealonlsUwilt legara it as a decisive trjumph
for tfcait'ess-s. ftod,wllj;iIt iu their import
ance and streocrth, while deridlnj the eakbCM
and ulcVimpeUucnjiaTrty'gtatea Govern
meat. It will dleheart' u t .0 t.Mie frlprds of the
Uole ' 1';. -fr- bcebagbt
the dttui,..ti. tarty to f" to rem t!
comprotr;i tjt tbe Mkeof savfng (he UdIoo,
114 the Republican Administration tklrf
T r ..... . ..
flaun thAt ml Mid ii the' dlt"Holuiiot, of its
Dan n'art hi w"f ai,r thr, TTnlnn. ! , .
" ' ' . " V
1,iXi.rrjiueutgf tba Northern Confederav
ey, formed out of Ibe late Uulted States, eonoJud-
odion (ho 19th imt., eemlatioe for tendaje lth
(bo Government of (be Southern ConfederAcy."
How will (hi piece of newe sound, when It
reaches European countries, as It will, probibir
In this shns. at (he bet loninE of AprllT ; Vof
not the. bar suggestion make (he heed of every
true; Apietioea droop, end hi heart bora ? Uta
tery ibameT It U (he eerereat and most dis
graceful blow that our ooantry has luffered ilnce
we bed a goreramenk It will ilox the reputation
of the Federal Gore rnment In (be ejea of Euro-
Dean Powers, and prepare (hem for acknowledg
ing (he ladec enJence of the Southern Confede
racy', end for entering into treaties of Alliance
and' commerce with that revolutionary organ
isation. This will give to tht eeeesalon move
meat a consequence and strength it oould never
have otherwise attained, and tender complete
and Anal (be 'dismemberment of the Federal
Onion. Such Is (he consummation to which
the course of (he present Republican Adminis
tration is rapidly tending.
The Disunion Plot—The Administration Implicated.
It was charged by (be Republicans universal
Iy that the Ute Administration played into (he
bends of tbe secessionists and Advanced their
echemei.' . Fur this, Jambs Bdchanan was stig
matlxed as a 'hoary-heAded trAitor," and turn
ad over to be cursed by all succeeding genera
tions. If Mr: Buchanan deserved this reprosch
and (corn, And committed, as it was alleged
aota worthy of impeachment, whet shall be ssid
ofAlKABAM LincolW, Who has fallen heir, not
00) J to his seat of power, bnt to all his sine, and
is taking good care to improve upon bis inher
ited capital and iooreaee' it by large additions
fiom bis own eArnlnRst What Mr. Bocbanan
scorned 'to tjoj Mr. Lincoln and lis Cabinet
bave 0neJ-f eeogniaeo ins oommiaaionerB iron
the Southern revolutionary Confederacy in their
offiijiaj j capacity, entered Jo to a - treaty with
them, and sarrendered Fort Sumter ioto (heir
hAndai These are overt, acta of treason of
which Mr. Bocbaman was never guilty. Tbey
give "aid and comfort" (ft the eaeailes.pf : the
Cooatltution and tbe Union In the moat direct
and efficient mode, n-. .' -.: : t, ,
These things are, however, but tbe gradual
development of a Northern plot, conceived in
the heart of the Republican camp, for tba final
eepAraticm of-tha Union into -two independent
Coafederaoies. To effect this, tbe Administra
tion is to "play into tbe hands of the secession
ists," and, by turns, threaten, banter and nego
tiate with, thorn,' and finally anecumb to then,
by agreeing to a S'peaeeable separation, under
pretence of avoiding "civil war and bloodshed,"
It is just beginning to leak out thkt Mr. LInoolr
and the members f hie Cabinet are seriously
entertaining ibis ides. Reed in proof tbe fol
lowing extrACt from the Cincinnati CommercUVt
Washington city corrospondeocs, under data of
the' 18th fnifV 1 tV r
1 The clow obserrer of men And mitten In tht Federal
capital will vainly ttrtTe to rid himicK of iho impranlon
thai a f MWlnc diffldenat la ft pofalMllty of a rt to ra
tion of tha Union to its rortnar Inieyrity, and th par
auaency of the adhetion of the ilavehoidlns parts tlll
auachedtoit. pre mil amona; the leading Hepubllcan
Dlodiwow eathared bera. . lb Waa of a- tllintrrralloo
Into two eaDCiaeraaiai, aaoa u urn at a atriol dirta
Inn of the two antwosiitio labor ryttmniof tha eonotrr.
i becominf mora and mora familiar to them, and nany
or (ho wiaett oo- alder Its araliiation a autitloa of tlmo.
1 venture to lay, and I know whereof 1 affirm, thai It
baa crept ist tha cabinet, and hat two, it not thitc, np
raanWiires whoie eonnMls weigh moat with tba Prtat
darH la that body. I will ay farthenaora, ihat the -cutiv
acta taariag npoa the Bootheni qneatloo will
be largely iuflnenced by a belief in the probable contin
gency of a Mparauour ana a aeon man u a peacea
The recent sets of the Exeoutire and bis
CAbiai-beariBg- wposi-tba 8oatara qoeation,
seem to look, not merely lo tbe "probable eon
tineney," but to the AbscJule cerUinty of ,a
i ' 'it
BT Tbe Cincinnati Enquirer of yesterday ia
indignant At the lease bifl now before tha Leg-
lala,ture, and enters lta protest agAinat tha pass
age of (hat measure. t IVtst session tha -quirer
urged this very self-same Legislature to
accept the proposition then made to lease the
OAnals.and was in a deeperatopet because tha
measure failed. Now, when the Legislature Is
likely to act on the advice of that paper, given
lut winter, it turns round and denounces that
which it had previously recommended. It has
now joined its fortnnea and views with (boee of
tbe Commercial on flthe canal , question
although , tha Utter paper, has advocated
policy about . oar Publiq Works . which
has In a very brief time depleted tbe
treasury Ntd tha amount of mora than ' half
million of money. The fref must suppose
that n peruda preaervet a file or that paper,
sod it may be thst tnch Is the fact: but It ia
within the memory of all.how Ardent litis
been iofAvorof tbe very measure It now de
nounces! " . .
The combined opposition of the CrnmercUl
and the Enquirer will render the paasAgs of tbe
lease bill certain, "if there had been any doubt
about it before. Tba maasaro li one 0 prao
tioAl benefit to' tha Btate,: tha people, atd 40
those 'doing 'business on the canals, and is so
understood by business men who have examin
ed U. ' ' -; ' "'
WEDNESDAY, March 20.
II. 1. R No. 113 Conoerninr eontract for
the repairs of the Poblla Works, was referred
to the com mitts on Publio Works.
x , " 1 t . " 1 I
H. B. Nt '400 For the saletf section 16, (n
H. B Jfo. W, by Mr. MONAIIAN-Supple-
menUry ta an set to enoourAce teachers' insti
tutes, passed l'eoroary e, joo, end tbe several
aatendmente thereto.-; 4 .', t t
, ,H. B. No. Off, by Mr. MYER8 To autho
rise the commissionera of Clermont and Ham
nton 'oooctles to- patchssea bridge therein
H. '1trNd."3C7 To trotcet the richu of tha
State lo the Medlctl College of Ohio. - "
C M. Nichols, fcq ,of bnrioefield.wasauali.
fled as Eocroesina Clerk of. (be Sesate. alee
ilomer Morton, Eq , of Trumbull eoanty pro
moted to f irst Assistant tierav '' '-
Mr. READY cresented tba remonetrane of
William Jobneon and ca eiders; ana John n.
Seed and 90 others, of Moskingim eoontv and
Geo. L. Retilley and 74 otberi, of Coshocton
county; remonstrating against tbe sale or lease
or the ruoho v of aa. uiierredio tn commit
tm e Publie tWorka. a AdjeoroAd. ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WEDNESDAY, March 20.
. 4)7 motion of Mr'. CON Vr?R3l,' itrtu bun
dredtra oopiee of tha report npoa ibe aoav
morj pleas Judicial service) were ordered to be
printed ' " " " -
Mr. WRIGfTT, of HAUilltoo,:rntroduned IT.
B 45U r urther 0na,ing toe dalles of boards
ol education for Incorporated towaa and villa
ge, whisfa"was rrad tba first timet when the
rules were (umenaeo, ana me diii read a second
time and referred lo tba. conimittea on Schools
ana ocnooi (.Anas.) 0. 11 1 ..
Mr. DAVli. front theeatnmittee on Moulci-
PaI Corporation, reported back H. B. 405 To
snwiid the ot regulating the election of lustloee
! hill ama II a third
(lie peace, when the bill wan read the third
time, and then referred to Mr Biakelee, ae a
select committee, with Instructions (0 amend.
Mr, CLAPP, from the committee 0a the Li
brary, reported back It. J R- relative o the
nreaervation of the oensns retnrne and the bor
togs of the artesian well, when tbe resolution
The Judiciary cTrbmittea reported bask H. B.I
ooa-r 10 amena tne taws reguiaticg in iwr
ment of tbe eatetee or deoeased persons sno
recommended that tba Senate's amendment be
concurred in, which was disagreed (J yeas oi.
nays aj. 1
As it required 53votoe . to agree to Senate
amendment, , ' ,. ., ;. ,, .1 , -
A reconatderatioa pf thia vote was movea,
which .- A. . 11 u.
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, opposed, r , (', , ) 5
Mr. BRUFF opposed it, also, when ,.
The motion tq rooonslder iu disagreed to.
The eommittaa on Claims reDorted- back S.
B. 263 Kefrolattnn the ureaentatiou of claims
Against the Stata-rwhen the bill wu read a
third time, and paasea jeaa BU. nayja.- ,, i
Tbe Judiciary committee reported back S. B.
253 Supplementary to the act making certain
inetrumeota of writing negotiable, wuen ineoiu
was set lot third reading to-morrow. . .
Mr BLAKE3LEE reported back fl. B. 405
Relating, w the, eleotion: of justices of tbe
peace amended according tokOBtructionf.wneu
(be oili was passeo yeaa 40, naye uouo.
naye uouo. , ,
The Judiciary committee reported back H M
3(19 Ta Amend the laws regulating chattel
mortgages ana reoommenaea its, mucuuiv
Mr. PICKET defended this bill and contend
ed that the bill was neceassry (0 (be better ad
ministration of Juatica than under our present
laws.. He cited the laws of VArlous States of
tba Uolon as cams In point to susUln his posi
tion, thAt our present statute on tha subject
very Impertaot, and requires smenameni ,
Mr. VORIS sustained tha report of the tom-
mittee. ':,,,,. "... .
M. HTJTCHESON'moved that tha bill be
referred to Mr. Dickey, its Author, as A select
committee, wbica was agreed 10. . . ,
.w, n m ..m .. ft..' 4 .1. - i . . n.
Mr. WH.luUi.oi XI am 11 ion, irom matvuur
mlttee.reported beck U. B. 367 To relieve the
lessees of oertaln reserved, land! , Jo (he Ohio
Company's purchase, with Amendments, wbicb
were agreed to, and (he bill wdered 10 be reAd
a (bird time to morrow. .; ., ,, - .
' m,. BROWNE, from the committee on Pub
lio Works, reported back H. B. 312-To sell the
stock owned by the State in tha Pennsylvania
and Ohio Canal Company, wita sundry vemsi
amendments, which were agreed to, when the
fail 1 was set for a third reading to morrow. ,
The committee oa Federal Relations reported
h.fk tha Senate iolnt Resolutions reoommend-
intr the CAlHne of a national ConreoUon, and
rMommended their adoption-' ' . , .
Mr. DICKEY advocated the resolutions in
written speech, In which he discuued tbe van
nn nnoations involved in the controversies be
tween tbe North and South, on the subject
alavery. . . ..
Mr. BLAKESLEE opposed tba resolutions
In a written Argument, to show that any change
of the Constitution is unnecessary, and
snoh a convention need not, and should not,
held illustrating tha subjeot by presenting
view of tbe development or tbe slavery qoes
tlnn between tha Worth and booth.
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, effered tbe follow
iftir as a nreamble to the resolutions 1 . . .
The dwdIs of Ohio love sod venerate
Federal Constitution, and will abide by
sustain all its provlelons; yet, as many of
sister Slates have given evidence or dissAtlsfao
tion with this Instrument, which wa bold as
palladium of oor liberties;" And, as this General
Aaaemblv is desirous of settling all our nation
ej .difficulties: In a constitutional way; there
fore.; ' ' ' '-' .
Mr. SCOTT; of Warren, moved that (he res
olution be laid on the table and printed, which
was disagreed to yeae 24, nays 55.1 J , ' '
The previous question was then demanded
sustained, when.- ;!., f." ' '
Tbe vote ' was called on tha passage of
resolutions, wbicb resulted yeas, til, nays .
Tbe question belug on the peamble of Mr
ornTT . - - ' '
Mr. HUTCHE30N moved a substitute
'Wbisbas, Several States have Indicated
their desire for tba eall ' of a convention
became they are not satisfied with tha eonstitn
tion as it Is but because they ask guarantee
that It will be carried out In good nub, as
mil W means: therefore. ' . . 1
Mr. FXAUG opposed the adoption of any
preamble at all. - -
Mr. SCOTT, of WArren i iald fie regeetted
the gentlemen from Hemilton, Mr. Flagg, bad
Imparted to him (Mr. Soot',) a desire to icsult'
his brethren of the South, by offering his pre
amble for adoption. ' The preamble merely de-
elared that the people or Unio'were satisfied
with their present national tjobstitouon, and
that, while, tbey were willing in good brother
hood to their sister southern State, to eall a na
tional convention to consider the grievances
eomplained ' of, they ' were also willing'
abide by and sustain the present constitution.
Is this an insult to tbe South t Is it an insult
the South to eay that wa are satisfied with tha eon
stitution of our country, and ihat we will abide
and imtaln lteproTisionat If so, then let it be
Insult. - Does any member on this floor believe
that the people of Ohio are not satisfied with
thenetional Constitution T If be does, ha is
deluded "individual.' Why not, then, when
say to our Southern brethren that we are will
ing to meet them In a national convention,
consider the propriety of changing our Constitu
tion tbe palladium of our liberties state
whole truth in tha case, and sjs wa are satisfied
with tba present one, which has made us a great
and prosperous people yes, go further, and
them it is our purpose to abide by and sustain
its provisions until changed or amended. '
Tba resolution alone, conveys to our Southern
brethren the idea that wa are dissatisfied with
the Constitution, which is not (be fact, and tends
to mislead those Statea which era not satisfied
with tha Constitution. In tba language of
gentleman from Hamilton, "Thia would b
luanlt to our brethren of the South," for, said
Mr. Scott, no greater insult oould ba offred
(ban that of an attempt to deceive. ' Lot os
eandid with onr brethren of tba Sooth, aad
tbem tha whole troth, and nothing but
troth. 1 ' ' ' " - '''
Mr. SCOTT said ha had voted for tha reso
lotion and deaired that tha preamble ahoald
affixed to it; that tha position or Ohio should
go to tba world with the resolutions properly
Stated.-' :i-1 -i'J 1 t;-m:: '"
Oa motion of Mr. WOODS, tha Hons
journed. J u ' J l O.y- , -. .1"
mm m. M I
in the report of yesterday afteraeea'a pro
eeedinrs. mr. uaiowin is reported as narint-.at
several different times, offered Amendments
the bill for leasing tha Poblio Works, when
net he only offered an amendment which con
tained eight separAta propositions.. Br a
of tbe House, these were lacted on aeparstely.
As each proposition was considered, Mr. p aid-
win explained theoDject aougnt toba reaobed
by tbe amendments. , ".. . o '.'". .,,,,
His remsrks were substanlially as follows-;
Tbst tba bill ba to amended as to provide!
lst. That the annual rent to be paid by
lessees shall ba Increased from ten thouaaad dol
lars to thirty thousand dollars. . .
Sod. That tba rents thus ptidaball ba made
a part of the Sinking Fund..The constitution
has tattled ; this question by tbe provision that
tbe faith ol tba Htate en u be pledged that
revenues arisins from tbe Public Works shall
be applied to the payment of the publio debt.,:,
3rd. . ThAt tbe repairs snail De made not only
fa tha time but ia taewMwser determined by
Board of Publle Worki.','".,1 "'V'.; ''
- This would prevent tba lessees from maktng
the repAlra io a temporary and cheap meaner,
to tha permanent Inf ury or the oanale. ' '
- 4 h. ' ThAt the tolls hall sot rxceed (ha rites
of the toll sheet of. I860, instead of 1868, ,
-5th. That these tolls shall also be subject
tba limitations Imposed by tbs published
and resolutions of the Board relative thereto.
These. ilmluiln&e are tha most essential and
Impcrtsnt festores of tba whole prorweition
leAse tbe oaoaIs. Tbe tanals were ooostruoted
In order to famish cheaper mraos ef traespor
tttloB for tbe lodnatrial prodaotsof the Bute
At present tbe canals form Important lines
osmnetliioa twlttf the railways la' the earrvltiir'
trade,,efpeoiaiiy or our agncuituru ana min
eral prodacta.i Toe com pennon snouid oe Kept
up, which lean only b dona by low rate
Wis. Tba rates of 1859 proved too high totjs
taia each competition, end had lo be reduced
A eocaiderable reduotioa was made In 1859,
this being insufilelent, a still further redoota
was made in 1860. "T:7"VTrr
.-.This so Increased tba bns!ntsg'on,ow cucaff
tuat Co s mount of tolls collected Jn 1 SO ex-f
eeeded thAt of -ISSi I Aha sum ol $GJ,0i
wvben we use tato consioeratloa tba apt tbft
(ha rataofto!Uwaa reduced st least one tb.rd, ,
and that the gross amount recolved was lorsl
about one-fourth, it will be seen that ta ton-
. 1. 1 ' . 1 Juki ei a .Th !
.B. ... a-w. uaw u.,7 -----
01 (OllS IO iB8 ware on grain, Emir, pora, u
moat agricultural products, irom a
equal to bOoenU to 14&- eenta per ton pet one
hundred miles. When railroads can haul freight
at proltkble ratee for 150 cents tp SIOO cents par
v j. .j n 1.) u '..M.nt ih.t 'al
tuia AJVBJ WUW aa AJ UUbVU HI I IWt ao . w mww wB-" w 1
rate of tolls of 5 mills to 7 mills, which Is one
dollar in one dollar and fart cents ner ton per
ona hundred miles, will drive the business from
tbe oanaJs (0 the rsilWAys.' lia bAO seen a oanai
fall nuder tha control 'of a compeUng railway,
and tbe result was that tbe canal eeAsed to bean
avenue of tr ansporutlon. The entire business
was trsnsferred to tbe railways This waa done,
cot by ceKleotlna to keen (be eanal in repair,
.ht r iHr.a'-ni .n,h.i.a ikH, lMaeeato
levy. To prevent such a lesult 1 ,the object
of the amendment. It is claimed that the
r 1... . 1. a nffln ini wnaran
tee thAt such tolls will only bs levied as w ill te
cure the largest, businesa possible to the
oanala. But itabonld be remembered that
tbe interest of tbe lessees may be subserv.
ed In aaotber direction. Low rates 'of toll
..t,i ki.k .tnnalw affents
the business, and especially the profits, of tbe
n.tin. it-.. r ..n.- tha HlrMiUiro of
such comDAnies mav and will contract with the
lessees and pay them a large bonus annually,
.i... .u 111 i.iKuia tlia aanal
,.n. .t. ... ' t!.u ,k. kill ntt.nrttaa.
This may be profitable to the leasees, but for
every dollar which the people or tne mate wiu
save by trensferring the cinals from State to
tndlvtduAl management, they will pay five dol-
lars In extra rates of canal and railroad profits,
whioh the cupidity of tbe leasees and tbe oirec-
tore otlheoomMtrng railroads will anioroo up j
1 . a 1 . r
tbem. 1 ney snouid be cut ob .eueciutiiy irum
any euoh opportunity., 1 V .
6th. That tbe lesseea shall be required td pay
for all new structures and repalre, after the
canals bave passed into (heir possession, even
thougb tbe State may bare made contrACts tor
these structures Unless the amendments be
agreed to, there will be enough contracts ex-
burned to pay for all the work which the lessees
will do for tbe coming season. The promised
i,.knn,l H..H... J.II.m Mnl In, tha ttS
years' lease will be eaten op by charges that the
lessees have bad to expend tuis sum, or mote, to
rnmnlala thaaa Stata mntraota ,
' 7tb. Ihat the provUion relative to tne ptj 01
(Ha aibltratora ba an amandad aa to allow them
three dollars pr day and three cents pet mile
in traveling to and from tba place Of meeting,
8th. That, whenevm tha Msees reaulre any
annronriatlon of land. aton. timber, or other
matarlala. thai tha axnanaa attendinv anch an-1
proprlstlon bs paid by tjia lessees. This is ne-1
eesssry to prevent innumeraoienius ior luryauu
court einenaes. witnesa fees, and attorneys'
bills, to which (be lesseel will Involve tbe Btate
at every time they choose to appropriate mate-1
rials for (bo repairs or the pnuala.al..i) .a
THURSDAY, March 21, 1861.
SMATOX. : T t -i i 1 i t i;
Mr. STANLEYbad leave to offer the follow
In ir Joint Resolution
.1. Remtved, fry the General Assembly at tn Sfefe
af Oile, That the members of the Senate and
Honse "of -Representatives' meet In 'joint
uonvention ' in - tne nan or - tne- noose
of I' Representative, -this afternoon," (aist
MarctO at three Cciock, then and there to elect
aaooraing to taw oa-nawjr 01 me uniiea oiaies
8eaA(e, lor the Btate or Ohio, to fill tbe vaean-
cy occasioned hy the reslgnAtion of the x Hon.
8Almod Pi Cbaae, to hold his office Until the
dsvof March, A. D 1867; " . -mh
jThose who voted la the affirmative wefe-9-
Messrs. Breck, Brewer, Banar, Collins; Cox,
Fisher, Garfield, Glasa, Harrison, Harsh, Jones,
Lackey, McCaII, Monroe, Morse, Parish, Potts,
fotwln, Ready, emitn, oprague, Stanley
. Those who voted la the negative were
. Messrs. Eaeon, Ferguson, Foster, Key. New
man. Orr. Sehlcloh-7. :
v Absenw-Mesere Cummins, Cuppy, Holmes,
MrviMi Parvill. White 6. '-i ' ' ' :.i:Ji.i
'n V K ItlO Fur iha 'aala of aafltlon IS
a. U. 0. UU r or wa Sale Ol Section IU,
AielBt (OWOBBin. ; .! ,w -vr,..a b ::
H. B. No 61, by Mr, MONAHAN Soppier
mentary to an aot to epconrage teAchers' insti
tute, pAssed Febraary 8,1867, and the several
amendments thereto, i , -r
H. B No. 397. bv Mr. MYERS To author.
lie tbe commissioners of .Clermont and Hamil
ton counties to purchase a bridge therein nam-'
ed ,vi-''-- ' ' ' i. u. .--'-us. j t.-
' H. B. No; 307 To protect the rights of the
State in the Medioal College of Ohio.,,,-1 , i
. The foregoing were referred to the committee
of the whoie.,-,
; ;, , third UABMoo ; r,.
, S. B. 276 For the erection of a new building
for tbe institution of the Deaf and Dumb.. Re
ferred to the committee on Bene vol eat Institu
tions. . . .!..- ..I -i , ..
. txrjsTi raoM sTAJtnma comnittiu. V',
- Mr. READY, from the committee on Munlo
Ipal Corporations, recommended the amendment
and passage of H. B. 324-To authorize tba
ereadoa of the offioe of City Auditor. It af
fects only the city of Cleveland. : It authorises
the City Counoil to appoint him.' Amendment
aereed to. and the bill pueed. . 1 ;
. Mr. HARSH, from tbeoommlttee on Claims,
recommended the passage of H. B. 283 dor
relief ef Jonathan West, of Data oounty. :
simply authorises the issue of a deed from
8tate to him, for lands sold by the btate to him.
A r reed to, and tbe bill passed, u r.-i-, tji i
MONROE, from the Committee
Schools, recommended the passages of H,B
No. 348 (by Mr. . Wright) to amend sec
tion two of the act regulating tha sale of School
Lands and tne surrender ot leasee and tba
naased. ' f ' -, Ma eti.ii ,t
Mr, BREWER, from the Committee
Claims, recommended tbe adoption oi the (ol
lOWiOg!) . - '. .1 !-. it't f.-no::- ' -
, Httotved. That the Finance Committee bo
rected to provide in theappreprlatlon bill for
Dayment ot in Marcnant, tbe sum of IH
being a balance dne him for services rendered
as architect for the Dayton Lunatic Asylum,
85455. Agreed to. nr( hA, -ur, h -,m jitm':
, Mr. STANLEY, from the Finance commit
tee, recommended the passage of 8. B. No.
Supplementary to tha general tax law of 1859.
It imposes a penalty npon. tax pay era for false
returns, of 60 par cent, for returns ascertained
by tbe Auditor j penalty to be added to the dupli
cate. ; It also authorises (ha Auditor to apply
tbe ttooate i aage tor a auopmna to require
attendance of witnesses touohlng taxation j. Ibe
bill pAssed yeAs z, nays i. i .
i Mr. HARRISON, fjrpm the Judioiary Com
mittee, reported npoa sundry petitions upon
Bubleot ot a fun law, that weunamittee eon
better determine a constitutional qoes tion when
a bill Is presented, and recommended the
ference or the petitions to tne ppccitu vommu
Also, recommended that tba Senate agree
House amendment to S. B. No. 244 Regula
ting the dutica of , surTlvlngps,rtleav T Agreed
tO t' wt t ' t'i ! ;'(! Hiil". r.
1 ir.ru f
BtroiTt ffaoar stuot MtTTtcs.i
Mr. PARISH, front select ' committee', fe-
ported 8 B. No. 78-To amend section ope
(kaj .h Urn 1RV7 u-lJ.-.'W- lji.
i Mr. MOORE gave 6tlc4 f hn (titentloo
introduce a bin, to give to oouinern ynio a ie-
gA and personal existence. , " ' "
,',' 1, . . OOMMtTTM OP JHl WHO LB, . A ,1,
' Da motion of Mr. GARFIELD, the Senate
resolved Itself into com mittee ot the Whole,
tbe orders of the day, Mr. Sohleloh la the chair,
and after some time spent toerein, rose ana
back, witbont amendment. Hi B.No.
ConoerBing tbe Ohio Medical College
Tbe Senate tbaa tooa a rsoets. i r j
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
THURSDAY, March 21.
r l. ri.' ur-'M. ''' i ii.-'Jw
a rajac ttj avT mr. v,l-j.
The Jaumal wa, oorrecled tbaa to show thst
asm that anmiilaBeMB.MA ftU if inn tvsW Aant Mll
Va SMW vvumuri duun VI SUV 'kt f aria
Mr. HE&RICK moved to stjke out ten , per
oeot. and Ineert seven which motlonwas put
bt a division of the question. " "
r Mr. WRIGHT, of Hamilton; from the Com
mittee to whom was referred S. B. 279-Con-ferlnf
certalo powers upon the Commissioner!
of Hamilton county to levy a certain Wx re
ported tne aame bsct and recommeoaea
passage1." " iJ "" - -") ','''", ".V"
Mr. 8C0TT, ol Warren'. 's9gzesled that
bill conflicted with the Constitution, la contain
ing two distinct proposition. ' " '"
Mr. DAVIS moved (hat the bfll be laid ca
table to W prlntedirhich motlcra ws ajwed'
The Joint reso non or b BnTmI
for ajolnt oonvenf a J O'oj'Kk (1 aftr. uoov,
for the election Uu ed States aenat , whs
ukan an. arhan A oall of Lha Hoim WAS Ordered!
L.The pravloue question was demanded and tus-
- , - ' - - - - - '--J"'-,-. "I,,.,. .... ..
. 72 i
j , " -v- -v
talned - yeas dj, nays - -r-
Tha f ota waf tbeia called on, (he adoption or
the raaahitloO. which resulted Teat 53, nat84S.
- - - w -
'Mr. STOUT made a minority report from the
eelocl committee to wnom was reierreu u..
joint resolution No. 150, In relet on to the die-
contiuuauveui aua a.;,um -r
read at (he Clerk's desk, and ordered to be print-
ed. ! ' '
yThe report concluded by intiuolng H. B.
45l-To repeal tha;et eattWiaMng tbo Asy-
lnm for Idiots which waa read the first time.
Mr. CONVERSE offered a resolution nquir
Ins of the Sooerintendent of the Central Luna-
tto Asylum, It certain cfflolAls; pf .'that tastltn.
tion were not of the same family with himself,
ana wnat are tneir relatione 10 mm sou uu
other whloh was laid on the table for disous-
, Mr. MoSCHOOLER, from the leleotCom-
mltttee whom was referred tbe subject of Liqa-
or License, made a report thereon, wntcn was
laid on tha table to ba orlnted. . r r - r
. The following memorials were presented sod
'. By Mr. MUSSON, from Russell & Co., of
Stark oounty, for a law . for the transfer of tba
franchiaea of Railroad oomnanies '
'.B Mr. PARR, fmn C. C. Hood and 1.340
others, of Perry county, for a dismemberment
01. ferry "v- .; ; t " Cr A " r7, T V
Mr CONVERSE, froda the Committed of
Couferenoe on tbe matter of difference on tbe
printing of tbe report of the Commissioner on
statistics, maae a report on me same, wmuu
waa agraiju au, iici,ii,;i.
' ntL. .11. t l. ! 1 1 . . . . aMAnJ ,ItnA.
, 1 u iiuiuwiug uma wcr r
and referred as follows t
H. B 435-To. provide for .the payment of
Sheriff's fees In certain cases. Fintnce.-
,H B. 436 To erect tbe township of Mus-
xingum, in wasningwn ooamj. Aniraw
mittee of three Messrs. Rees, of -Morrow,
Carter, and Shaw. 1
H. B. 437 To aotbarlre tbe sale of aertalfi
Western Reserve school lends. A select com-
miUfla Mr. Noble J ,tiA.l .-....
II. B. 438-To regulate the construction, of
coal boats and flit boats on any slack water
DSVleatlon Within the State Of Ohio. PttbliO
H. B. 440 To - authorize the trUSteCS Of
Newberry township, in Miami county, to sue
ior cervain moneys ioaneu oj mcir iirvuwca
sort to certain individuals. Judioiary.
H. B. 441 To amend an act supplementary
to An act to nrovide for tbe organization of cities
and Incorporated villages,; j u$ti May4 ?,.18il9.;
H. B. 442 To amend section one of an aot
entitled an aot to amend the laws now In lorce
prescribing tbe duties of oounty commissioners,
ptsssa iusren zo, icui . seiect ommuieaui
' H. B. 443 To amend section 3 of an aet
pissed February-7, IJ6J, entitled "an act
amend secuon nve oi an act entitled an act
provide for the semi annual collection of taxes,"
passed April 2, 1659. Judioiary.
U. B 444; supplementary to an aot entitled
x. act to pr0vide for the organljatlon of cities
tT)A Incorporated villages, passed May 3, 1852.
iudlir j-w v:. -nit v -a" i' - ifi-tt tar-
a b 445. Fixlne tbe compensation of mem
be- f the General Assembly. .Seleot Com-
.i,,. nr hap.tfaninn Rmif and n,nn,.
jh- House then took a recess.
Supreme Court of Ohio.
TUESDAY, March 19, 1861.
TTtVinalah BAotf. Chief Atstlee;-Htmriflttdn latlHTl
Bon. Wm. V. Peck, Hon. Wm. x. Qbolson And Hon. JA
L. J. CRITCHFIELD, Reporter.
.N u. ttai t fc.tr
No. 127. John Hutehlns v. The Oleveltnd Mutual
tnssranee Company. Error to Dlstilet Court of Irom
Oolo J.-i r- , v- "
an .Doiieatlsn lor insurance on a building acAinat
Ore. wbicb by reierenca waa maae part oi uia policy, gn
tatned cartain Iniarrogatorlesand answers, among thorn
thef jllowinr ..Do yoa own theUod? Is It nolnenmbsred
orotberwbwT Its" rrevtonaiy to tna laauing oi tna
potior, lh insared had exaoatau a mortgage deed to a
thiri Mraon. to seenre A lame som of mnnay. which deed
was than hald by such person, and shortly tberrafcer da
It rao . riled. Held, Thai the unrecorded mortgaaa was
an loeombranee witbln the meaning and object of tbe In
aninr. and tba lnauradTnot haviog dlecloaod ta hta an
swer tbe axlatvnaa af such aMTtgag, the policy was Void,.
J odgment affirmed .
No. Ml. Henry Fhllly v. David A. Sauoders And
j Kaservad In the District Court or Warren county.
In 18(8. A. was in passajslon of lands under eontract
f pArcbAae from B., tha owner, made valaable lm
provementa. ano in aev necnica a ocaa 01 mortgage oi
tha land In fee with covenants of warranty to 0. to se
enre the payment to her of his vote for BoOO m 1830.
la leu 1 A. receirea a oeea oi oonTayano in tee oi tne
land from B.; And In 18M snouted A like mortgage to
D . to secure to him tne payment of nia note or ficuu.
Tha deeds were all duly recorded; the mortnaes un
paid, and tha lands Id sajl cleat to satisfy both mortgagee.
, 1st. That the mortgage to 0., as between tha partita,
hoovered to 0. the letai poaaaaaory right af the srantor.
and hia equitable lotereet In the lands.
.Hi. That upon tne exacauon oi uw aewa oy u. io A.
tha fas of the land so conveyed to A. by estoppel Aris
ing from his prior deed of warranty In fee to 0. enured
to U., wno, aa niwacn uw paraee, uwnuy psosmo van
ad with the fee.
. ad. Ihat the obligation of sstoppel became to 0. a
muniment of Ulla adhering to, and tranemlaalble with
the land, and obligatory upon the grantees of A., as
well aa noon his heirs, 'i ' ,.j t u i fi'VI-i
' 4th. That the deed to 0., belng'recorded prior to the
elocution and racord or the dees to II., was entitled to
tba same respect la law and equity, as against D., that
It was entitled to agalnet B., his grantor,
; Jadgmtntfor deraodaat. ') I w.-tr ss.-.l
t Oholaon J. dltaented.
N. 134. Oharlea Maradan et al. v. Horace W, Boper.
Jrror to the Diitriot Oonrt of Cuyahoga oounty.
t WhsiherAwarraoAof Attsneyio eeaana Ajadgmaot
apoa A negotiable note, annexed to the note and forming
A part of the same tnatrunent, and which purports to
authorise the oonfeaaion of a judgment In favor of any
holder of the note at any time after the aame becomes
das, Is legally operative to authorise Uw oonfeaaion of a
t adamant In favor of an endorse of such notas qr4t
lut, if a Judgment on such note be enured on oonfea
aion of an Attorney acting under such warrant, In favor
of an endor.ee of tha not ; and, at the aame term, lh
defendants la the iudfmontooco ad aaovt the Oonrt to
vaaate tbe Judgment, and afterwards voluntarily consent
to tbe dismissal of such motion Hald, that ibeyawill
not be afterwards allowed, on error, to allege a want of
Jurisdiction In tbe Oourt ol the person of tbe defendants
JadgTMntalBrmed.' tfi f ,i ATi-.'f , t.
. tie. 17. Bobart Bantlay at al. V.John Sprcuet al.
Irror to DlstrktOoart of KteblAnd county.
' 1. Aa anneal bond which comprises substantially the
reqaudtea of the statute will set beheld wold, baraaae It
de parte la one or more particulars from the exact Words.
Gardner v Woodyear, 1 Ohio. 170, and Oralghten v. Har
den, HI Ohio BU aap.lBvy, approved ana rowwea.
i S. Where a decree waa rendered in the Common Pleas
against several jrerm and an appeal taken under tbe
ao, of march S3 J, IBM, all the psieoos. Agalnat whom the
decree was rendered uniting In the appeal bond with two
others as sureties; aad In the District Court, the decree
was agalnat one only of the persons prosecuting the ap
peal, and la favor cl tne oine,r. .. tjeia
That tbe artpeal bond waa, BeTartheleas, valid and
blading on All tne parties uniting ma rain, ana mat may
aakht in aa action upon tbe bind be rendered liable for
the default of the party against whom the decree was
ronderrdla the District Court. ., , nr,f if. i
' . Vhta a petltloa refers to the copk ef t loltruw;
mant a nart thereof, ao anawar, that tha dafeadAnl can
not state whether tbe copy be A true one, and calls for
proofs Is net In form or substance, a denial of a material
allegation uuoer id cove.
f j7drmentamrmed. ' '
"keO. 0. It 0, Batlroad Company v. Samuel TJ.
:Bertmaa. In error to (be District Court of Crawford
1 let. That where a person ndrohased I ticket and took
Ms passage upon a train, and after the train had started
npoa the road and he had given up his ticket to tbe con
ductor, he could not atan Intermediate station by virtue
of hia snbalatlne contract, tleava each (rata while In the
reasonable performance of the eontract, and claim a seat
anon anoiner train.
. and. That tba railroad eompasy had the rliht to Bra-
Aorlbe reasonable conditions to the admittance of way
naaaaneers upon their freight ' tralas. aad, tbt paybwnl
'of far to their offioe agents, or procuring a tloket prior
to taking passage oa sucD trauv,was aot aa uareeaoniDiS
, 14. Tbat an offer to pay the fare to an employee
on the train unanthorlsed to reeerra-tha same Is an
effes to the Oompany, and. In sooh ease, does not en
title the person to a place oa the freight train, aa a pas-
4ta. That It Is arror to tnstraet a Jury that In a props
cats for exemplary damages they ehoate know Uml fo
ease the party recover less than 1 100 he Can not recover
bis cost in ins action.
Na. 1U. JoieruiIl.PfiABxV6rrMwlllof Judson
D . Miller, dae'd, V Maria Srahan, Adm'x of tha estate f of
Nicholas ttoham.'Ooe'a, aoa otueit, BeMrreu,u tna uis
trletOourt of aiuml county.
a Bcott O. J." Held-" . .
' As the lawwtood In WV, a morlgioree wss ool a Mnes
sary party to the petition of an administrator for the sals
.ollanalefbtlMraymeatolaMA. t ttyfi.i ' ;J
Where the yrecoadiags,oa suoh B4tiUn.ara In Boa.
formlty with the raqairameau of the jauite,-tha pwr
Chaaertaaae ta land discharged of. all caditor Uaam,
Whether aria lug i from martaagoar JoilrmanW. STiaprV
oira airea by aooh liens Ar tranaiarroS hy tha atat
to to the fund aring from th aal of tbe land; aad
for th proper appttceUMS of thle fnnd by the admlnletr. 1
tor, the porchwMir la norafrmirl"t'T: - rr " r;
! Demnrrer tr) rlp.iniuTs peilitoti so.' ''nTOi and Jnif
BHnlfordefa' into.- .--.J'- -r
Kt. t. - William Bolt v. th Btate ef Ohio, frm
n vommoa ricM u i.aow oouavy.
laaTpii" for th. eoailn.ane. of aee t,aodms-
ea.w t.iaoun4.dtatioi; of"7ort. ana "riotion1
anaaatM iwraMi aoarror, anitH i( einriy
fnim all tba itou and cimnmiltnoti Out then h hn
of th diiontlon. oMral V( the orlu,lloA of
Boat d.I.rml nalloo-of th. im, when It
may baa proparf round ta order a Daw trial, Whan the
avtdmca In tha aaae ia not sat out ao aa to enable th ap
pellate eourt to aay Ihat than baa been, auch abuao of
diaoraUoa Ana prrjaaics is uw party, it. will not mtar-
Jodimantafflrmart.ri r fin TTH t
Mo. 39. John M rdreen v.f Benjamin Xlllott. Irror lo
(he Dlatrlet Oonrt of (.(eking oouuty Demurrar to ray
ply aaitatned and pttltlon In arror dlimlaaed.
No. 380. Jaoob Van Taltenbari V. The BtA-e of Ohio.
Error to tboCommot Plea, of Luoateountr. Judgment
ABUrattd. Ko lurtbar report will be made in Wis aaae.
No. lSl.rOommlaaUmtra. of Geann county, v. Bufus
t. Banner et al If are f Iron to ila patltloo lo error.
No. 109. William Bowarmalateret al. v. Uenry Kltoh'
an. Motion tor leave ta flla natlUi n In arror OTerruiaa
No. 183. Aaguatus At, Thompson Th Treaiurar or
roodoouny. W 'J :ltlJlU ,k
Motion to una cam. 400, on uanarat pooketj oat oi in
WW i" .... . V. I ..1 vvu
Thursday mortlnat 10 o'cloctj
Population the State of Ohio, by Counties,
for the years 1850 and 1860.
19, 1 H
.: 81 6if
. 33 014
.. 34 509
1 87 934
sutler ........ i
, JO 038
iv 6 906
. 18 43')
Guernsey . .
i . 8.8371
Muskingum . .
; B7 653
r 80 992
, 13 076
. 44 009
1 , 90.940
' B .038
' 4 93.1
1 19 63(rl
ru. ........ t
: 21 74?
l' I 12.325
- IB 508
, 94 098
Stark . .
rr10 9Vt) T 17.500
Warm , . t. A
-T30 504) I 30 54llM
" 10 252
Tohl 1 957,465 l,080,PC0 9.304.890 9 343,739
Tha fntal prlnrir1- tlnmilatliiri ' waa '84.840.
against mpto in ltuu uacinnon , ust7
for the years 1850 and 1860. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Home for Rent.
a rittsi'ctAhS dwelliko novsc.
XX .cormr ot Dlgh And Lng. inquire of '.-
h81-U3t, . ,, .,,, ff ,.. J. a. SILBX.
FOll HErt T A Brick Bouse, on Gy street, 4K
eight Rooms. Apply to 8. M. Mills, -or at lljjH
th "American" to
mhSO dlw. - .. ,
for the years 1850 and 1860. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STATEMENT
THE CONDITION . OF - THE
Treasury of franklin Oounty, Vebraary 28, IBCIi
Cash on hand 1)40,911 33
loth credit of Infirmary and I ,:
Pauper Expense.... 83,940 83' .
To th ertdliof Bridg . Account 11,893 89--,
- .. OeneraV Bxpena 9,598 78 " ,
.. a ... . a, rjnatlal tax Col " o w'u V
I lea tad , 95 30
at a at qc tw.
a. at Peddlers Lleena FT 43 0 -rf! " G
" ' Poor Farm 268 38
" mow iiloenM.... II ou '
' City of Columbus ,r, a.. .
Sfhool Fund.... 15,094 61,
"" City of Columbus - 1 b
Corporailonfund 8.400 GB ,i , vr b
" Montgomery Tp. 5,806 fcH ,,r.,il)
Madiion -M,i&0 ua
" Hamilton .. ' , 1,911 48
' Trnra 1 359 Ifi
"' Jefferson '. li VC 1 1.580 SI aft h.
" Plain UB2 79
Cllntoa 857 67
-, rwqr ,,ox 1,066 PO,,.. ..v
l Bharou,, J.648 90 h
"Blendoa ,'! 70J 48 lh ' '.
a," W..kln,A , ooo IT
norwicn . i,4ou oo , ,
"Pianklln - 1,836 79
r Biowa ;710"y 0 . 838 Bit ir CCt
" Prairie , . ' 1,750 23 .
peann,,,' 9,451 98' .J .u'
Jackaen ' Ji 999 09
Moobery1 District 99 89
Groreporl Bchool , u"
' ' Dlttrlcl.. . 556 67
- y noiaaeurg. . .a
nuwiiuuiu,.., -ua .1 .
ecnooi vising,, .lit vi
'; " Oerporatloi .ot J'
rTport. .t..,; 7$ 97
tlttrlot Atseasors ' ' 910 38
" " WstervllU' ' ' -A
Bcnooi Kisincs..' xvo o
' " BtaUof Ohio.... ,03,109,3V , , A
Bchool DUtrloAn 993 40
f.nn,',la.' IRMIU JI-1 A
" txersa of Forfel-
ed Bsles r r 10 09-iBI.' A
" Corporation o f
Westrvllla.ai.t 996 60 I'ut.
"County Debt 6,686 23
. Oorbsratlom ?s f Ofl I
Worthington 78 73 H.'ii
., t, . . ;i . - j
.'it a 140 911 39 UK 3
W. Andrews' Note ..a. .... -t BI7 30
W heraby oertlfy that tbe above and foregoing is A
trua Statement ef th eonditloa of the Treaaury of
yranklla until, cn tn xstn ot
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Treasurer.
JOHN PHILLIPS, Auditor.
mar21dltAw3t rw iiirtv
JOHN PHILLIPS, Auditor. STATEMENT
lhwintb condition of th Ohio Stat Treasury, at
the olos of buslAMS, for th month' Bdlng Vakrnary 98,
I l.'Jrl,r,rlw'BlnVtrt,rt,aril' '
Btlaao General Bevsriwi tun J. ,.' y ' 'v V ibl ,371 B
a tvDl tiria...,.v,. '.Ma... c.t-iL orj
I'. ...ue W-''r..i r ' '' ' KT .OH OO
Bute Common Sohooi'Vand b4,UM 90
DkKriot School Artbrarr V 1 fr - v .-S,7 SB
..'jJaonAl oad I ,) ,rj j-1 H.,JsJ W BT
- Tore per cent, t- " 19 Oi
. Benec Cn-Beok ay f1
nri 1,908 68
,11, a n't. rii.Al,.ri.ll. V
7 T V r.
... M,ilt Iff
n.i.n l tWa Trauurr 82G3.280 73
The abov named baiauo ossaisum .tna jot- ( -j 1.
By Onrrwtay ..u.UHS.tAyt ( f J ,
By Coin tuviownatt w tn na-ll
Baatern Rmhange. .wiArt' 88,889 30
Rt NaUonal Bod Bool...... j,' 69 37 - J
Duefroe In. Bna...K.,',it 99 94
Draft eaiaasdry Obi Banks, r-4fit2 88
' ' ' i U tr't-at..-T j Xa,r80 73
A. P. STONE, Tress of State.
A. P. STONE, Tress of State. R. W. TAYLER, And. of Stats.
-dit ..n,'.',,.;'-,,.,,,, .
Y tjACBt. nTBAtaT BOHNt'II A t O Ela-a
- Jgxt B 10B, tb gWM VAtiaty at . .
octS r . 71 Mo. 89, Bigh ttrt
BOW LOST, HOW BE8T0KE17.
Jir.T PiTRT.IflHKD. OM TnB NATDRI. TR1AT-
MKNT AND RADIO Ab CUBE OP 8PEKM ATORHUE A ...
or Beminal Weakness, Bexual Debility, Nervouanaas, Io- -voluntary
Emissions and Impolenoy, resulting froas
Self-abate! fco. By Robt. J. Oulvcrasltt M. D., Bent
under scat, in ft plain nvlop, :to any address, post
Said, an moalpt of two atamps, hy Df. OiiAS. i. O. '
I.INB, 197 Bowsry, Nw York. Post Office Box. No.
4.588.. .-.;, .-m - mr8l:3mdw -v. -
rera.U TlIltUA t and
tCHQ 1 ' CUiaPLAINTSt
I Mil ill
lncludlna; WHOOPING v
Complaint tlie f orernm
ne syfy and even actwal
coptscaiPTiojr. ' '
-The Grent TiEIJHAI.a
UlfJ KKitiEHV and Nat-
ural OPIA'I K, adapted
to ersryapsoletef Wer-
Ooanplalnta, Bier "
nd.. Cltranle -Headache.
' ' ithenmaa
tiam, Catarrh, Vaotta '' '
and Ear Acha, ( '
Mleep, and Bowel Conia
!a,,.'u. !lTr, b;. : n.,
Hf.ll I Sl'l.
,7f rt-j :
No real jattio can- be done th above preparation'
bnt by procuring and reading deacriptiT pampbleie.tt
bs found with all dealers, or will be sent by proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottle sent to Physl
clans, wbo will find developments .iaboth worthy unit
acceptance and approval. .
, Oormpoodanoe solicited from all Whose nscassitlas ot
enrtosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Items ' ' ,
dies. 1 , tl . , ... ',
for sale by the ntuil wholeule and retail dealer
everywhere, () , , fJ , '
JOHN 1'uVNNEWCLIay Proprlcto '
j ' 'OBtMlSANBrHAMACXtrriBT, f' .,','.:
Xo, 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mas
Roberts A Bamnel, N. B. Marple, J. . Cook, J.' M T '
baplg, . Dmlg Ac Bona, A. i. Bchneller A Bon, Agents '
for Columbus, Ohio, . myl-dly
1 j .,morrAT'8 Mr:: pills. , : ',.
In All OAS of sostlveaesa, dyspspala, UlUfto and llret '
affections, pile) rhumalltm, fevers and Agues, obrtl ', ' ' r
bale bead aches, and all general deringomentsgf health ',',,',, '
these PUls hav iDVArlaUy proved aaerlala and speedy m.
remedy. A single trial will plac th Life Fills beyond
th, teach ocompetitlbn In JiesUmaUoa ef Vry p i
tltnt.j ---- - ----- - - - , -
Dr.Morafs Phoralx Bitter will b fognd quallycf , ,
flcaciona in all oases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head,
ache, the sickness Incident to females In da Heat healtla,
and every kld of waakness or th dlgwUv orgajia, , .
aTOI aWWDJaVr. vT U. mVWF A UrOtdvTsVJi Si 1 y.
icd by U DnggleU.AVa ;,,r, -y uy!8-t)tfcirU
- - - - - ' . V f
Ths foUowing ii an exUnet trom tv r
Uttr written by IheKev. J, 8. Hoime, paster 01 th , y
Plerrepolnt Street Bitlst Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to .
ths','Journal and Metaenger," Otncinnatl, 0., and speaka
volumet m Atydr of that world-renowned medloine, Ma j
Wuniiow BorrtHtHO grarr roa Cmuixni Tiirruum;
"We are sn Advertltment In your column caf kf as
Wmuow's BobTBira Btruf. Now we never said a wwJ
lo favor of a patent medicine before la cur life, bat we ' ''
fcsl coarlM toaay to yoarreartars that thlals ao bum "
bug WS H4VS TS1SD T, AD K10W IV 10 as a IX rt
cuius. It Is probably one of the moat sureeuful medi
elnes of th day, because It Is one of th best. And those'' J
of your readers who hav Values eaot do better than
lay tna supply.1' ' - oc87:1ydw
HAIil DYB HAIR DYE.
? yTm. A.-Satohelor't Eair Dye) . ,
The Original and Best. In tha World? ( ..-If
.All ouVrs are mere Imitations, and should be avoided
fyu with to eaoap ridicule.
CTRAY, RID OB RD8TI HAIR Dytd Instantly to a
MaQtirnl and Natural Brawn or Black, without Injury to
FItTKKK-AIBBAL8 AND DIPLOMAS hav bee
awarded to VPa. A. BAtchelor sine 1839, and ovr8O,0U
applications hare been mad to th Hair of his patron
of hit fxrnoo dyi ...... . J..
WM. A. BATCH! LOU'S HAIR STB yrodueeaAcol . ,
or not to be dlstlngutshad from nature, and it warranted!
aot to In ore In th least, however long it may be eon tto- --
uodjAndth ni effects' of Bad Dyes rSnwdltd! thHU' lO
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dys. . . .... . ,
BoM In all cltit And (owns of th tolled State,
Druggist and Fancy floods DeaUrSti
lLti,h GcnaUie ha ta name and address upon ast -
plate engraving on four sldesof each box, ot WILLIAM "
A. BATCWKbOH, Add res
CHABLBB BATOnKLOtt, Pionrletor,
ei narc lay street, new kcyt.
Te coatnmptives, . - ,' "'
Th AdvertllerTEavIng been restored to health in a ievT '
wseki by a vary'slmple rmdy, aflar bavinm afiVead '-' :
eral yean with sever lung atTeetion, and that dread
disease, Confoniptton Is anxious t ssAki koawu tohii j I
fellow-sufferers the means of cure. ' " J''
To All whe desire It, he will send A copy of the preaorli'
tion rued (fre of charge), with th directions for prepa ' " ' '
lug aid using the samSf which thSx will Had a sea Co
fOT,CcscrT!on, AaTHKA. Baomntrria, As., The 00I4 r
yict of th advcrtlstr lh tending the Prescription U ta 4
bsosttt tbe afjlloled, and spread information which he cos-, .
eelves to b tnvaluabl, and he hope eirery sufferer Will . ' '
try hia remedy, at it will Cost thsm nothing, and' Buy
prov a blessing. , . 1 . . . . .
ranies wisning tne preacripnon win pie aaareaa
i .,.7 Rrl- DWABD A. WILSON.
l-YUvIOj , 1 1 WUIiAmearoh,.'-jJiIaT
I Kings Oounty, Nw York.
" J W. A. Eatohelor'6 Hair Dyel .
' 7Thla splendid Hair By bu no equal loatanmneeus bv
effect Botutlfal Black or Natural Brown wo sujinlasj.. .'
th tkla or Injuring tiia Hair ranioieaUMaarar ' il , r. r
affect of Bad Dyes, and lnrlgorate th hair for life. ' :r ''
Nod! at genuine anleas signed "W, A. Btohelor.',
SoHAvervwhera.. ft -, t .. !' '... -..a-v i'-.OO
jbBAt. BAT01ISL0B, ProprMor '"
81 Barclay Bttest, New Ten.'- '
,-for th INSTANT BJR1II1) I;'' . ,
dlStrMstcg complAlat has '-
EN Dili "' '
fi&OXCntAL C 10 A BET TE
Mad by 0. B. BKYHOTJB k CO.IM Naaslta Bt., M. I.
W j . Was par cent free by post. , , f , , ,
J rot 8AEB AT ALL-nltUflQISTB
'sye-dAiWlyts.., .t . . , , .t--v.
Watohei I Siamonda U Eilver-Wara lit
A CHOICE 'ASSORTMENT OP GOLD
And Bllvtr Watches, lo g iwat variety.
I akn Agent for the Aaaaioajt Watcu Co., And can , .
sell thes excellent Watch at manufacturer piloti, r'
itther Wholesale or Retail. -
,0oa and cho free my beaatlf!. display ( Dia
mond and other rich Jewelry. - styles aw-liice low.
Ae to Silver War Of sUrllng quality, I can show DAW
patterns, vary handsome
; Bllrer Plated War, Tea Setts, Urns, Walters, Osaor. fr
Buketa, Pitcher; Oablota, Knlv, Fork. Bpoon, Sua X X
Than I hav (upplyof fln Table Cutlery, Pocktt
Snlrts, Rasors, tv od many Fancy Goods aoh a
are dwalred for prssbat U aaoh prtee u are aa tadue-.
ment to in purcnaser. wa, suss,
1 ,. i . Il.i No, 10 Backay Block, t if r
North aid Beat Bouse awaaml
l(,Aai.,a.irM "i.a'.aa..B8a.a... Vola A
Tim V rm-m n'arapa ' an i ' . J"' - v
For narch lthi I80l
Vow Beady f or baI Everywhere Pries Flv6a
ctnta a .copy. v, ,
tr3Wjr.W ' 31 ffA tt
t-n COHTESTSr' 1 w-
t Jaarral'4aaia.i.''a ...-a .. ti'.
Diibu iiAiaao, a pnuuuia naoiy.
i'Wm ohbap bxotjrbioni" A Complete Btory:
-THE KIND AND TUB BHQOAB:" Compute in this
number -it 'i t u. , y - a ' v a -i ?w
tfiuuu-arHiu&i, ttMuu vw auuaa. a. i'i;.
' TAB DTINO BOY'B BEQUBBT: by Maria Menja.,,. .
i ,TB11 DTJTY OF Till PRB8BNT HOCK. 71 Ar
rRHYWBllllBi I''. '""'' V ''1,"'-''s"
bi mplioity and hnMntit&'
ljirssrtairrnAr.B, . , " .. i ,
urtaTTn aiuDi.imr-v ln onntirTtrr'cran'nM P va
HOW PBABLS ARB FORMED; TRCSTINCI TO
T vrr,ir . nr . i . n,Am . n..rs.nn. n,u. an. "
afuvn,, rr nu rwvvuu oa a atauii mitum 1 r a .ia.,,
0H1LDRBN PRBBH AlK; ONJ DROP At A TImi( '
TUB WAY TO DO GOOD: MORALINyLTJKf'rOsU RAIho
WAT A00IDEMT8 IN FROSTY W1IATHKR; TJTIL
lllNO WA8IB iTEAAfi A NEW HATKBlAL FOR
RIBS OF UMBRGtbABt'oXMItNT HUH BOLES IN
IRON CASTINGS; BilBLL-FWil ROPS-MAKBRgj
nnmrjia uv aih. PuWkai: a OTJmOUA liabici LJL.
eon annn afiruna na l.naJDON! VAOTB ABOUT
tBLBBRAtBD UBWl HInt'OBY OS TUB PIANO&.
FORTE; KI88ING; TUB DOKOS OF.SOTJTH AFRICA,.
WIT AND- HUMt'tt.'-- - ' " '
KOIOliS OF NBW BOOKS. ihi..j
jd' fnuph other ;jnlerrslns; aud Instructl -Reeding
Matter., , ,-tJn;t aljyr
i ... Tnttwt ff
On dopy aV.J. .- pr aaausj.
j nratto theJTost-Offlce, f Ittrtmrgb, F.
R. XENlEDV-, General Agent. X 'i A
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