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THE REVISED . SI ATUTE ;
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Off AQENERAL NATURE, IN IOK0K AUfy V
COLX.ATICD BY
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(Contain! la twenty-nltt volumae of the Qhla- anil Ohio
- aim Reports.)""""
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It has now the LeguUillve unction, haTlntr bran ap-
roved by nearly the naale-i vote of btith Houses,
and ni ordered to belsUi). to JhatylJowna; Bi.
CMvonMniA.tM4r4aoW irprtA Fudgw. Beer
tr, Cjniptroller, TreauM.aid Auattnrof Slate, and
to iixr Proftata Court; CoorrJ of Cororabo Pleas, Super
taris4rHwaiM,'4tenwUtbc01erki of Ibe
various Court! In each, county, to the Meuibereof the
IimM 0M.UrMmtlvM of this Bute, and
,ha llnmram nt Lha MTinl States Of thoUniOn.-. V
. hootr. enntalqlair.Mtt does,stM IheStatuttaJ
Bow 1n forrn; and the authoritative construction ai uwia
aad r th Hew uonaiitunon, win ne louun iui eatwvpt;
ly an nil la the performance 01 weir outies, io an
QMmrrOfffCaitg."
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hill ill aw"try tntslV etiaflvei'haVe been mule In Die
oalawl uallooBoa of the hut editions, Iij ro
peats aUaaattaBB Ant addition, and mtny Important do
rlalesit hn 1-T-i wiveany'tne supreme court on con
tstawitas poimw.aH . a .-...-. . - -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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On Ma day nfpublii4Uon. ; v . t . .. f ' n
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1861.-
Democratic City and Township Ticket.
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i XT.W 4th Ward nORAOB WILSO.
Mk Ward-3. H. BTACRJSfl
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al ij kilnri Jirn-.A CHEBRS."
IttawHd TaM-HOSti MtLLBR 1
3d Ward M. HOLVKS.
, .i4h tVaia IOH WHAFHR.
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tad Ward WBNDELIN BELIGEB,
vi'-'JTOnBm nrenm, ' ' , ';, :
ALEXANDER MOOBERRY, '
v .d t BliIAS SAVE&. -- -lii
Vfcr JOttB M. iKUtllNER. -r -
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IBAAO H. MARROW.
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WALTER LTtfi!iEIl,
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v Towmnrf tanoa. i .
ETHis Democrats of the dry of CoWbus
aad. loutgoairy lownanip are quite Buuguiuc
of success in the April election, rjliia is weli;
but "raithwitoout warlis wili not avail anything.
The-oppooent of the Domooracy will da every
thing they can to distract, the party and defeat
the Pmycr,4'(Jiji.etfc'.,Xiicreor, it U nocee
aary tVafore be ijiligcaoe and indtiitrj; that
the friends of tba cause go to work for the ticket;
that the Wards' and townshlp be thoroughly or
gau!zer,Vnd a united effort be made for the
ticket jnl for erery,inau upon 1U . ( ' -..
The Extra Session of Congress.
Telegraphic despatchea announce ,tbat Presi
dent LiKcoui t about to tall an extra- session
of the new Congress:" This meaaurc'lt Is said,
is deemed necessary for the purpose of 'inter
preting; "altering and amending the tariff act,
which was tinkered op by Moanu. aid. others,
and passed at the last aeaaioo of Coogreoa. It is
suggested that the President has been qnlckened
la his motions In (his direction by the fact, stated
by the Wash'wgtoa eortespondent of the Bilti
nor Sam, that Attorney General Bates hadgiv.
a bfia iMr, .incou the opinion that thereve
DMlcennot be collected, except under the law of
1799, whieh makes If necessary, for 'collectors to
reside with! rl thetr respective district, and that,
therefor, It will be Impossible, were it other
wis fcasib!evtoj:ollectUiA-itt-wn-ahip-
b0Md,.w ' A ' .s;--
This may hare bad some IcQncirce over the
President's mindj,1 but there is a much more
potent reason why the tariff act, which goes !nto
operation on the first of April, should be imme
diately revised. - Under the low duties which
the Southern Confederacy havo established, the
Federal Government. Itill be .d'eprived of one
half e piwt of its ineome . from duties on for
eign Imports. To'meet this exigency, the
present, tJalted States'' UrUf must be lowered,
sinoe the Administration concedes that It cannot
bo executed in 'the disaffected States.' It Is prob
able that the revenue laws might be so changed
by Congress that the revenue could be collected
la the seceded States. - Bat the employment of
(ore would still bs necessary, and that would
eonfliot with the "peaee palloy" of the Admin-istratfon.-
-,; ':?- J '
As seveo or perhaps more Southern .States
witl not bt represented at the extra, -cession of
the new Congress, the Republican or Adminis
tration party will have a large' majority in both
the Sec Vand House. "It U true, the party may
ot be unit upon all questions that ni'ay come
p for consideration; but H is to be apprehend
ei that thev A,dmlDltratloa, through the inflil-
enoeof the immense jatrongeh wields, will
able'to controt a1 decided majority In both
Houaes. Itipollcfjr then be expected to pre
Tali, auf that policy, so far as U baa been de
veloped to (tie public view, has a decided die
anion aspect It looks toward a recognition of
the Independence of the Confederate States
Government, and a final eicrfpletlon 6f the work
of the. porinanenl separation- and division of
what vu once the ITuitod States of Amerioa.
The aefarioua jab may not be finished at the
extra sets!oo,buUtls to be expected that lump
lent steps will be taken: with that end in view.
If this treasonable deafen, which is chargeable
alike upon the dljnntoBlsfs North and South
shall be carried out, the name of United State!
say still be preserved RS the doa'gnatlon 6fi
Northern fraction of the Republic, but with a
dlvit! ' ' couatrv,' If will fio'ti be worth ffen"rv -
ot.ii; ..;Vrr - .-'
Northern Submissionists.
SecesaloolsU have beeiv in the habit of
cullioj th' Untynj 'met la the South "SobmlB
(iouidfa)," IttpljUig, bj that term, that they were
willing to "guJitnU" to an iDvaslon of Southern
rights for the sake of 'remtloiiig la the Union.
However unjust the application of that epithet
a j be to Soulhd Uulon men, no oue'oau ques
tion that U mav now be properly uted to-ohar-
acterize the Republican! iu the North e t
least those of tbem who support the policy
and measures of the present Admlnlfltration,' -
froin the sixth lot. Novembtr, 18(50, to the
fourth of MinV, 186f, there were two antago-
Is tic forces in the field of American politics
each demanding that its interpretation of the Fed
eral Constitution should settle the luture poli
cy of the Government. It was manifest to
every thoughtful. mad, that unfew some adjust
ment til'the pending controversy was had, by
mutual concession and compromises, a perma
nent dissolution of the Union would inevitably
result. Months sgo, It was reduced to a cer
tainty that seven States, to be followed by sev
eral others, would secede from jthe Union,, and
lotm a separate ana rnilepcndetit government.
The Republicans, now the Administration par
ty, refused to agree to any terms of compromise
by w hich thcee States could be- fetalned In the
Union. The Union and moderate mco, both
North and South urged nay, implored the Re
publicans to agree that certain principles, which
have been recognized since the adoption of the
Federal Constitution, . should rectivo exprcrs
guarutices for their strict obiservaQOe the fur
tiire policy and practice of the Government
There was an imperious necessity for agreeing
to a settlemqnt upon this basis, la order to pre
vent, by a fair and reasonable oompromlse, the
States which were threatening secession from
going out (if the Union, and sotting op for them.
selves.
But the Republican leaders and managers re
jected these overturee for peace and union, and
said: "We will not be dictated to by the Slave
Power. We will .never agree to any compro
misee witri rebels and traitors. ,We ill first in
augurate our President, take back the forts that
havo been seized, executo the laws and hang
the traitors in the seceding States, and then talk
of a settlement aftorwafd." U t i
Seven States have gone out Of the Union and
formed a Provisional Government for a South
em Confederacy, under the natno-of "The Con
federate States of America " The Republican
President has been Inaugurated at Washington,
his Cabinet has been formed, and the army, the
navy and the revenues of ,tno Government are
at the disposal of the new Administration.
But the forts that were seized have riot been re
takeof on the contrary, those in the seceded
"states tbat were in possession ot the govern-
tnect when the? new Administration came in
to plwer, are cither surrendered, or about, to
be surrendered, to tho revolutionists. No
movement is r made '.1 for Z executing the
laws in the rebellious States, or hanging the
rebels. Instead of this, we see the Eepublican
Administration kneeling to whet its supporters
call the Slave Power, and to the very men,
whom, but yesterday, they stigmatised as rebels
And traitors, and threatened to hang, In bumble
suppliancc, and suing for peacfj. These Re
publicans were wonderfully brave and daring be
fore tbey got into power; but having obtained
it, tbey are for submitting to a "military
necessity," and conceding to the Cotton States
the right to form an independent gpvernment,
for the sake of peace:- Tbey would yield nothing
for the preservation of the Union, before they
bad the power to crush out the rebellion ; but
now1, having that power' in their hands, they
dare not use it,and fueckly plead the necessity of
submitting to their' fate. What can be more
contomptlble than this sneaking Republican
submission to the dictates of the leaders in the
Secession conspiracy, . -
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at
to
ITr1 W are told that the Colambua Stattman of rti
terilajr for we did not tea It oarKlvet took ub to taak
for vresnminr to aire the Lculalatura loma advice aa to
the proper dlipotal of tIM Oanala. We admit It was
rawer presumptuous on .our part In eneroachlnt up
on what the Ulaluman rettnrd, aa Ita peculiar province,
and especially in a matter in which It i personally in
terested. The biUetman ana members ot tar Lerlela-
ture will please pardon ua. Cin. Enquirer of Friday.
: Such is the impotent answer of the Enquirer
to the exhibit made by as of its gross Inconsis
tency on the canal question. ' Tbe course of the
Statttmvn on the question of the canals and a
reform in their management, has been consis
tent and straightforward from the day we be
came its editor. .The StaUmt has argued for
that policy which it believed proper aud the ed
itor has been of the opinion tbat be understood
the question and hence urged his views on the
General Assembly. Tbe Stateimm is interest
ed to the same extent that every tax payer is
interested, to prevent further drafts on, the
treasury to keep up the canab; but this inter
eat Is subordinate to what tbe SlaUiman regards
as its dnty to tbe people of the State, and if the
former came in conflict with the latter, it would
not weigh a feather in the scale. As to any special
Interest which the G'afrsman has is the question,
we will assign It to the JJiijuirer men, whom
some think, are fond of dickering in jibs, for a
$. biil on the State Bank ol Ohio.
3M J
03 The Cincinnati Enquirer seems, of late,
to affiliate with tho Republican .press of the
Queen City, and on many quostions of State
and National policy to coincide in opinion with
the Commercial and tbe GattUe, without -the
least inconvenience. At the rate it is openly
inclining toward the Lmc9i.ii Administration,
and the known intimacy between it abd Calbb
B. Smith, of the Cabinet, the publlo nood not
be surprised If, in six months to come, the En-
fairer should loom up as a power io the Repub
lican councils. As an Instance ot the accomtoo-
dating spirit of the Enquirer, we may refer to
its response, on Friday, to a paragraph of tbe
Commercial of Thursdayreferring to the doings
of the Republican City Convention- .The Com
fwfeirii-'--i'i - a. V
"The exorenlon of the sense of th Convention, that
It is the duty of all good citiseos to trlvo th new Adsaia
istration a fair trial and support ia all Ha lust seaMfea,
waa well put in," .. .
To this the Enquirer responded, on yesterday,
as follows t ,i ' ' ' i -'
"We heartily azraa" ith tho Gtmmtrriul, and hone
that ail rood eltiaeae will do what 1t Is their plain dnty
to !e : live the new Administration a fair trial and sup
port io all llsjnst Measures." ' ' ',.
U not that pretty sijniUcact
fcTThe result' of the scramble for office at
Washington, thus far, indicates a most stupena-
tus' system of corruptloa' anrj rasoalltr.' TThe
lemtorial and Indian appointments already
made' reurescut 'tbe" schemers and plunderers,
abd wo may look for the same baleful influence
to prevail as long s there is any patronage to
HM.1' aSa, ....
aispose ot. Been a scene ot demoralisation ai
is ? now exhibited ' la' Washington was never
known before. Good, men who apply foV office
are) disposed, of , in the most summary way and
thi j plsoce given to the most tiriifcti ; faced
sea reps, who are ready to. jiiniin and perform
their part In the great scheme of pluudeMr)jit is
now being Inaugurated r. 1 1 u . J
s 1 ' - - . ,
-There are in England and Wales 39.333
known thieves and depredators; 4,407, receiver
ot stolen goods; .30,780 Jailers- women i 37,688
1 sappeoted persons; 23,353 fagraote;
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OHIO LEGISLATURE.
ADJOURNED SESSION.
IN SENATE.
FRIDAY, March, 22.
[Conclusion Senate's proceedings of Friday morning.]
V ' ANTI-OOMSINATION BILL.
'
Mr. CUPPY called up the Antl-Comblnatlmt
Railroad bill the question being on Its engross-
mini. i $"' i 1 , '
Mr; CUPPY -eaid the Antl Combination Rail
road bill proposes that trunk lines shall carry
passengers and freights fur alt connecting lines
tho sumo rates, and forbids discrimination by
trunk lines in favor of certain other connecting
lines, and asaiust others. The objeot of the
bill is to prevent strong end rloh liuf a. from eu
terlne into combinations., whereby tbey may
able to control freight, and compel snippers
submit to such rates and restrictions as too;
may see fit to impose- It declares the policy of
the State to be that, inasmuch as the State has
granted a. part ot lis sovereignty to : Tenons
companies lor the construction of railroads,
which are publlo highways, ,all shall have an
equal chanoo to compete lor lreights aod pas-ami-era.
and that all roads, when constructed,
shall perform their common-law duties, as com
mon carriers to ail snippers, wiinout uiawiimu
Stlon for or agaiuatanbody,.,.Rece4S: . -. i
a
,.. j .. : arnaMOOM kbi'onv '
1 Mr. READY, on leave,' presented the 'ro-
monstrancoof S Harbaugh ai.d 96 others of
Coshocton county, against the sale or lease ol
the Public Works. Committee 6u Public Works.
Mr. POTTS presented a petition of J . H.t-ai-vert
and 69 Others of Guornscv county, asking
the passHce of a law for tbe redemption ot me
outstanding notes and cert ficatcs of tbo Seucca
CountjBauk. Referred.,
, ,
. . , woman's biohtj. . , . . .! -i
Messrs. READY sod ORR bad leave to re
cord their votes in favor of the passage .of tbe
woman's tights bill. ' ;
- anii-vn,',in,iiun Bibi..
Discussion on S B. 160 was resumed pend
ing several amendments by Mr. Cnppy , which
were nnauy agreea to.
Oblectious were made to the bill by Messis
Smith. Garfield, Jonc6. Fisher and oihcrs, and
it was defended at length by Messrs. Cuppy and
Schlelch. . . . . ,
Debate was continued an the afternoon until
the Senate adjourned.,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
' ArTEKNCOM SESSION,
The following memorials were presented And
referred ; i
By Mr. CLAPP From C. Irwin and 103 oth
era. citizens of the State of Ohio, for the pae
sage of certain laws indioated, concerning the
rigbti of women.
Also, from L. P. .Martin and 86 others, for
tbe same object
Also, from Hardia T. Swift and 400 others,
lor the some obiect
Also, from Elizabeth Kane and 41 others, for
the same obiect
H. B. No. 446; by Mr. GAMBLE To pro
vide for delivering up fugitives from justice,
was read a second time and referred to Air,
Gamble as a eeleot committee.. . ..
S. B. JOB To provide for tbe erection of a
new Penitentiary was read a third time, when
' Mr. DAVIS moved tbat tbe further c insider
atlon of. the bill be postponed till Tuesday
next. '
Mr. VORI3 objected , to this motion. He
thought tbe members of the House bad made
np their minds on the subject, and tbey might as
well vote opon it now. . '
Mr. DAVIS said the bill was a very important
one, and had not been discussed; and he believ
ed it was not fully understood. , fie hoped tuere
would be a Bbort time allowed to look into me
matter. ., ,- - ' 1
Mr. ANDREWS moved tbat tbe bill be
referred to the committee on Fioance. It was
proper that ita several provisions should be
properly explained.
Mr. SLUSSER hoped this reference might
not be made. ' He was confident that the House
was prepared to pass the bill. - .-
Mr. STOUT objected to the reference, and
concurred with Mr. Sluseer. . ,
Mr. SCOTT, of Jefferson, was anxious tbat
tho reference should be made, aud tho bill o ire
ful Iv examined.
The motion to postpone . was lost, when the
Dili was reierreo.
H. B. 305, by Mr. DEVOUR To prevent
bankers, brokers and other persons from re
ceiving or paying out the notes. or issue of
specie paying banks at a less rate than par, was
read a third time, when
Mr. SE AR S moved to attend so as to prohibit
any banker from paying out any bills not equal
to par value,' which was agreed to, when tbe
bill waa ordered to be printed as amended, aud
made the special order lor 1 bursday next,
H. B. 312-By Mr. BALDWIN To sell
tbe stock owned by tbe State in tbe Pennsylva
nia and Ohio Canal Company, was read a third
time. when -
Mr. BKUvvnJi, oi Miami, moved to amend
so that tbe accumulated lund now on hand, in
which the State is interested, shall not be1 in
cluded in the sale. " ... i ...
Mr. BALDWIN explained that this accumu
lated fund ia so mixed with the stocks of the
canal and the'stocks of tbe Cleveland and Ma
honing Railr oacHthat it wonld be almost im-
Dossible lor tbe state to realize it. He said
that a part of the object of the bill was ro reach
thi very fund ia tbe price fixed for the sale of
the interest of the State canal. This amend
ment would make it necessary to redaoe tbe
price of sale. He thought that a purchaser
mieht tret bold of this accumulated land, but the
State never could. This canal is so swallowed
up by the Railroad that It was not likely ever
to realize anything for it by tbe State, unless by
selling out. ' - ' '
Mr, BROWNE, of Miami, said he did not
obiect to reducing the price of sale, but he de
sired to amend so as to avoid the appearance of
selling out the money or th Btato, or its money
interest in this fond.
Mr. BRUFF objected to tbe amendment, as
it was probable tbat the State would not recover
this fuud, even in a suit at law. since tne di
rectors are chosen by the stock; if that be sold
out, the accumulated fund will be wholly at the
mercy of the directors, no longer controlled in
any manner by the State; and tbey may apply
to repairs ot tne canal, wuen it win oe lost w
tne state entirely.
Mr. BLAKESLEE was opposed to the amend
meot. - That canal Is now wholly In tbe bands
of the Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad; and
he was satisfied tbat the State would never get
this fund, unless by a sale.' It was possible that
the road might boy the canal, in which case
they would pay the fund; but it was almost cer
tain that they never would otherwise. " , '
I Mr, WALKER hoped the House would care
fully consider this amendment. The canal com
pany is controlled by tbe railroad; and for
sake of cetline: the entire control, tbey may
make this purchase, and thus pay a claim of tbe
State that ho felt certain could not otherwise
reached. '' . .,' . ' , . t
The amendment was disagreed to, when the
vote was called on tbe passage of the bill, which
resulted yeae 65, nays vu; ;. , 4. it, : ; ,
H.B. 285 Makine aDDroDrlations to par eon
tractors for work done on Divisions Noe. 1 and
9 of tbe Public Works, during the year ending
flovembftr Id, lttbl), was laid on tne taoi.: l
H.B. 387 was postponed till next Wednesday
Also H. B. 4126- . ... , , I
H.B.413 To extend the time of payment
of section 16. in the townships of Erie and Clay,
being , school lands io Ottowa couDty,.Oblo
was read a third time. When Mr. Woods ex
plained that tbe bill was wholly local, and
would be of ereat advantage to a porUoa ot bis
constituents, bnt would be neither a burden cor
inconvenience to anf other part of tho State.
The bill was thsn oatsed yeas 74, nays none,
r r -H. B. 450 Further defining th(t duties
Boards of Education for Incorporated towns,
villages, and Independent school districts was
read e third time, wnen i
Mr. WRICtHT, of Hamilton, explained the
Ofjject of the bills tbat it was to correct certain
defects Io the system.. .c tea "''
The bill Was ' then passed -yeas 78, nays
lr iONES."oF-Hamilton, introduced 11.
452 To provide for examinations Of township
treasuries, wbicb was. read the first time-
Mr. MeCLUNG Introduced H. B,, 453
Provide for proceeding by qu warranto against
feiank roads, which was read the first time.-'-
FELLOW introduced ,H. B. 454
amend an act ' regulating the duties of the
Board, of Publis Works reducing salaries
oflicersa the canals
aaals.whieb was read the first
HiKO.
5l'.?r0Jl
'
Mr. 8TUBBS Introduced H.B. 455 To amend
law relating to the sale of iotoiicatidg li
quors, whiob was read the first time. ' Ct
Mr. HK.UM, from tbe commute on ngncui.
ture, reported back II., B., 430 To amend the
law for the protection of birds and game, with
an amendment Inserting a new bill, when the
amendment was agreed to and the bill was or
dered to be read a third time on Tuesday next.
-. Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, from theeommlt
tee on Finanoe, reported back H. B-,427 To
prqvide for Township Agricultural Societies
when the bill was referred to Mr. Hitchcock as
aelfifit AnmmitteA.
The same committee reported back II. B 418
To repeal the act for tbe guarantee ol u .
bonds, recommending Ita indefinite postpone
mpfit. wtipn. - . . ' -. "
Oo motion of Mr..WOODS, tbe bill was laid
on the table. -. ,,
Mr. FLAGS, from the Finance committee,
reported back U. B. 381 To prevent the use of
campbene as a burning nuia wnen tne out was
set tura inirareaaing vu .unuoy uc... .
The Judiciary commute reported naoE n. a
4'29 To provide for the transfer of the balance
of the fund for building a bridge over the Mau-
mce, river, la Henry county, to tne general
bridge fund when the bill was passed yeas oo
nava none.- ' - . . .
The Judiolarv committee reported back H. B
374 To relieve Justices from tbe necessity of a
unanimous verdict, without recommendation.
The question being on tbo engrossment oi
thebill, ,
Mr. ULAff advocated tne Din, wnico pro
vides that nine of a jury may render a verdict.
Mr. STOUT moved tbattne DfU Deposiponea
till Jannarv next. i : . w - ...
Mr, WALSH moved that tbe bill be recom
mitted to tbe Judiciary committee, tbat tbey
might give an opinion on the merits of the bill,
which thev have tailed to UO. ... . '
Mr. FLAGG expeoted nothing on so profound
a subiect from the lawyers, who made a technic
al objection to it. He would suggest that the
Speaker select the most honest lawyer, ia this
House, and refer ths bill to him, with lnstruo
tions to make It as perfect as possible.
The bill was theu referred back to the Judl
olary committee, with instructions to give their
olnion upon its merits.
Tbe Judiciary committee reported back H- B
No. 375 To amend the laws relating to securi
ties of sdministrators, when the bill was passed
yeas 61, nays 0. : . ?
The same committee reported back II. B. No
333 To amend the act for tbe erection of town
halls, with an amendment; which was agreed
to, when the bill was read a third time, when
Mr. DEVORE opposed the bill and moved to
amend by striking out all after the enacting
clause, which motion was lost,- when the bill
waa nnatnAnprl till Wf1naHaV npTt. ' 11 ' '
The same committee reported back II. B448
To abolish the office ot Township .Treasurer
at county seats, and recommended its passage,
Mr. ANDREWS objected to ibe bill, as
similar one had been passed a few years ago,
and repealed, because it was found to be im
Dracticable. ' " - 1 1 ' '
Mr. SCOTT, of Jefferson, contended that tho
bill could be made to save a, large outlay of per
centaee on township funds, as it makes it the
duty of the county treasurer to disburse the
funds of the township at the county seat direct,
without,, tbe intervention of a township treas
urer. 1 i.; ' . T ; - -
. Mr. BALDWIN introduced H. B. s56-To
provide for tbe payment of the State debt, which
wss read the first time.
The House then took a recess till to-morrow
morning. -
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IN SENATE.
IN SENATE. SATURDAY, March 23, 1861—A. M.
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Goodwin. ; ,c
PETITIONS AND MEMOBIAU. '
By Mr. SPRAGUE: .'From' E. H.- Power
and 41 others. Jonas Powell and 168 others, R.
Silvery and 52 others, and J. C. Kean and 66
others, of Morgan county, against tbe sale or
lease of the Public Wetks.
.- V fiSST BEAD1N0 ''' '.
II. B. No. 413 To extend the time of pay
ment on school lands of Section 16, in Erie and
r.lav townships. Ottowa county,
H.B. No. 450 F urther defining the duties of
Boards of Education for incorporated cities,
towns, villages and Independent school districts,
II. B. No. 312 To sell the stock owned by
the State in the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal
Company.
' H. B. No. 375 To amend the laws relating
to securities of administrators. ... ,
H. B. No. 429 Supplementary to tbe aot of
April 15th, 1857 To authorize the Commis
sioners of Henry county to build a bridge across
the Maumee river. ,
bills mnoDUcru.
By Mr. CUPPY S. B. No. 281 To enable
the town council of Miamisburg to appropriate
$1000 to the payment of a certain bond towards
building a free bridge across tbe Great Miami
river at tbat. village-, Read a first and second
time, and referred to committee of the Whole.
By Mr. SPRAGUE-S. B. No. 882-For the
relief of tbe Marietta and National Road
Plank Company. - Read first time.
. By Mr. GARFIELD S. B. No. 283 To pro
Vide for a uniform standard of weights and
measures. Read first time. - :. m
. By Mr. KEY S. B. No. 284 To repeal cer-
tala sections of the set of lead, concerning tbe
granting of power to Cincinnati to invest gbuu,
000 -aw
for Parks., ;
,E SOLUTION. r. :-.-!.
,
' Mr. HARSH offered the following:":, ', "'p,
Retolned. That after Tuesday next, March
S2Ct,lr, no bill shall be introduced into the Senate,
daring tbe present session or tbe uenerai fit
sembly, except through one of the proper stand
log committees thereof. , Agreed to. . , ' ' '
,
REPORTS or STANDING. COMMITTEE,, .VI
It
Mr. SPRAGUE, from the committee on En
rollment, reported the enrollment of S. B. No.
244. . : '
: Mr. STANLEY, from the committee on i
nacce. reported sundry amenameots,- ana re
commended the passage of tbe General Appro
priation blll.and on his motion, it;wAS referred
tbe committee oi tne w note, wnea au. vuppy
was called to the chair, aod tbe bill was consid
ered in detail. . The committee . bad leave to
again. , ., i .
Messrs. iiAKKiau ana rt,auuoun uau
leave of absenoe. ' .it i. ' ' m
Mr. FERGUSON offered the following joint
resolution: ... ,i .. , ..-! .u : .' i .
Ruolved, Tbat tbe Auditor . of the State
hereby directed to pay to the assignees or rep
resentatives ot tbe late Hon. j . u. w ngnt,
sum of tU3. la order to make tbe compensa
tion for bis services as commissioner . to .
Peace Conference equal to the compensation
the other commissioners, i Referred to, the Fi
nanoe Committee. .,';:..' V -.!.
Mr. CUPPY moved to adjourn, to which
Senate agreed--; , ' ; .- iju. , , j
IN SENATE. SATURDAY, March 23, 1861—A. M. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
SATURDAY, March 23
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' When the House took a recess it had under
consideration H. B. 448 To dispense with
office of Township .Treasurer at the county
seats. The bill was read a tmrd time, when
Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, objected to the bill
because it imposed additional duties on
County Treasurer, and in faot made him a pew
officer, while It makes no provision for inortts
ed bonds or security for the inoreased amount
moneys coming Into bis bands.
Mr. BALDWIN objeoted to this bill for other
reasons than those Stated, v
. Mr. WELSH objeeted tbat it wss imposing
unpaid duties upon (he Treasurer, while it wonld
Increase the duties and fees of the Auditor,
make up In this way an expense to the county
at large, equal to ait tnai wouia ue saveu a par
ncniar townanip. .
Mr. DAVIS moved to amend by requiring
whole Board of Trustees to settle the accounts
nf th TrManrav with the townphlB.
Mr. FELLOWS oblected tethe bill or
amendment to It. as he was satisfied that
would work disadvantage and plscbief onlj
all Ita relatione. - " V ' "
Mr. VINCENT advocated the passage of
bill, as It would merely change some of
duties or the county Treasurer, and save mo per
ntari naid tn th tnwnshln Treasurer, which
many county seats amount to from $500
$1,000 k year. It Is true that a similar act
been passed reeently, and repealed. Tbat
o argument, tor many of the best laws
passed have been repealed, and that without
good cause. This bill is simply a provision
ava a larcre amrmnt of money, without any
to any one, and very little additional labor
tbe Treasurer. "- j '' ' - 1 ' ' '
Mr. HERRICK objeoted tbat it wonid un
1 eaually distribute lis benefits, giving theM rnlf
totbe countyseat." '"" ""
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Mr. BALDWIN objected, that the bill would
oonfllot with the laws now regulating the pay
ment of money from th' treasury; and it wouiu
afford every treasurer a dodge to esoape the ex,
amination under ths eub-troasury law. - t
Mr. SCOTT, of Jefferson, further explained
the operation of ribe bill and illustrated the
manner In which H would save a large amount
offers. ....
Mr.' DAVIS urged nu amondment, ana quot
ed the decision of the Supreme Court.,. . .
; Mr. CONVERSE said tbat the bill contained
several provisions that he thought ought to pass
Into a law, though not satisfied with its present
shape, r fie would therefore move Its reference'
tn ane arxnniarv ioruianici - riTTrfi -r-.r ,
Mr. ANDREWS objoctea to tne Din in toto.
It would prove of no advantage, and would com
plicate the affairs of the treasury, and make
tbe examination vnde,r thj Independent Treas
ury Aot a mere nullity".'
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' Tbe Judiciary tOUimivteu repuricu uau n.
B. 374 To authorize juries to render a verdiot
by nine of -their number,and reoomiuended that,
as it is in eonfliot with the Cbufltiralrburand tho
decisions of tbe Supreme Court, la tbeir judg
ment, it be Indefinitely postponed .
Mr. FLAGG remarked that the Commlttoe
had done just what be expected.-- "Blessed sre
thn that pinoot notDinn. I or tnov euau uuvuo
disappointed " This committee, being an able
body of men. It .tiiey iouna tuB.uiu.uuuuuiu.uu
tional, ought to have made it constitutional. - In
order to test the sense of the House on this
subjeot, he would move that it be referred to
. 1. . .nH.ll.AA .naln
Mr. CLArrrpolteTof 1118111, 800 saio ne
was prepariog an argument on this subject; but
be would now remark that tho decisions of the
Supreme .yourt should notgovern Jegioutuoo ia
advance, -no WOUIU utterly prove. gaiuovBiiu-
mittinir all our notions to tbe anticipated deoi-
ainnn of the Courts. The Legislature, repre-
sentiug the sovereignty of the State, should aot
Independently 01 any sucn inuueuce. out an
bad an argument iu preparation, he would rest
dm mottpr fnr the nresent.
Mr. WOODS explained tne rcasons.Dy wnicu
tl nntnmlttaa came to ita oonolusions, and vx-
nl oincd the established meaning of the word
jury, and the absolute prohibition by the Consti
tution oi any lunovaiiou upuu luu-rcqui.B.uviiv
that twelve men shall concur to render the Ver
dict of a ury-.,- , ' . ;-?7:
i Mr. HILLS objeoted to the authority of
ancient definitions of tbe jury.i He said that
such a principle tended to sap the whole idea
tbe sovereignty of the State or the people.' i
was weary of these continual references to
musty reeordsof the past to govern ns now,
and forever stay the progress of improvement;
Mr. BLAKESLEE said be was astonished
hear the positions taken by the gentleman-from
Hamilton, advancing the revolutionary senti
ment tbat the Supreme Court decisions are
absolute, and be a Democrat and a candidate
United States Senator 1 ! It was astonishing
him.-- "'"" ' '
Tho previous auestion beiug moved and bus
turned, the question turned on ordering the
to be engrossed, when the iiouse reiuseatoen
irrns th hill VeaS 22. DftTS 53,
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Tbo committeei oa douooib bhu ocuoui uiuu,
reported back H. B. 355 For Sohool Librar-
. ' . ... , f . ... a .....
ies in cities, wnen it was reierrea uj,iusiiro.
Flagg, Coover and Blakeslee, as a select .com
mittee.
The same committee reported back II.
364 To authorize the village of Clarington,
Monroe county, to borrow money lor ecnooi
house purposes, and recommended that it
indefinitely postponed. - - ; - - .
Mr. STOUT opposed the'recommendation,
and showed tbe necessity for tbe loan, as
school buildings ot that village had been wash
cd away by a flood in the Ohio river tbat
were unable to Duua otners, except oy
means. He appealed frcm the committee
the House, to sustain tbe bill,
i The vote was then taken on tbe question
postponement, and resulted yeas 29, nays
T,L u:il aa fknn Awrlanar. fr ha nnrrpnaaarl.
and ordered to be read a third time on. Wednes
day next.
The samo committee reported back II. B.
To amend tho Akron School Law, when
bill was ordered to a third reading on Tuesday
next.
The same committee reported adversely
the memorial of tho-Board- of : Education,
Delhi Township.. : - a t -
Judiciary committee reported back H
345 Sunnlemeutarv to tho General Iucorpora
lion Act when the bill was set for a
rrarlins- on Wednesday nextf
Tbe same committee reported back 11. B.
To further punish the malicious injuring
destruction of orchards and other personal
erty recommending ;its indefinite ipostpone-
ment.
Mr. WOODS explained the reasons governing
the committee ' iu their conclusions tbat
would conflict with statutes tbatwould be
force alter its passage, and that it would
crease the number of penitentiary offences.
Mr.CON VERSE dissented irom tbe opinion
the committee, and contended - tbat : tbe
ought rather to be amended than postponed.
Mr. STEDMAN defended the bill, and
stanced a caso of most aggravated character,
that suggested the introduction of tbe bill,
hoped the report would not be agreed to,
that the bill would be referred and amended,
and passed.
. Mr. STOUT defended tho bill ia a very
ergetic speech, la his peculiar vein.
. Mr. UUmnsUN explained tnat too commit
tee were 'averse to increasing the number
major offences, as the certainty ot punishment
more potent than its severity.
. Mr. FLAGG supported the bill by showing
the importance of the fruit culture of Ohio,
tbe exposed condition of orchards and vineyards,
to tbe denrcdations of malicious persons,
that fruit culture requires the protec
tion afforded by some such bill as this.
Mr. WOODS took tbe same view ot tbe
aa Mr. Robinson. He expressed his regret
our criminal laws were .not properly codified
proportioned to the moral measure ol
Mr. BROWNE, of Miami, objeoted to
bill as increasing tho number of major offences;
and especially be warned the House against
seductive arguments oi tue gentleman
Hamilton In favor of the protection of tho
vine and the luscious peach.
trnnra A , . , I K I r.,nA
recess. '
Mr. STOUT moved tbat tbe House adjourn,
which was disagreed to yeas 19, nays 5u,
' The House, lheo took a f cess. , ,4
Jackson's Reconciliation with Benton.
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was that which occurred between General
and Col. Thomas H. Benton, whose
lAose'a bullet - General -Jackson still,
about with him, embedded in the flesh of his
arm. "Well," exclaimed uoionei uenion,
one of bis letters of this period, "bow
ehanges in this life! General Jackson is
aittinir in the chair next to me. There
yaoant one next to me, and he took it for
session. Several Senators saw our situation,
and offered mediation. , I declined it, upon
ground that what .had happened could
ha explained, recanted nor denied. After
we were put upon the same committee
me one day, as we sat In our seats, he
mo: Colonel, we aro'oh the same committee;
will give you notioe when it is necessary
attend.' (He was chairman, and had tbe
to aunimou us j T I answered,:-'General,
the time suit yourself; it will be convenient
mo to attend at any time.' In committee
did bnaineaa lust as other persons. After
ha anked me how mv wife was, and 1 asked
how his was. Then be called, and left bis
at mv Indvinrs Andrew Jackson, for
Benton and lady; forthwith I called,, at
left mlde Colonel Benton,' for General
Since then we have dined together
several places, and yesterdsy at the I'resident's.
I made blm tbe first bow; ne neia iorin
hand, and we shook bands 1 4 1 then introduced
blm to my wife, and thus civil relations
perfectly established between us. Jackson
gained siccp be has beep. Jiqrpby hia mild-
conciliatory matmer. "
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while prcschjng an appeal In behalf of tbe
sufferers, at Prairie City, III , lately,
Bubllc!rlen1npe9b), - young matra
of the pburch, who rtoogniccd him aa
ing been to bit father' bouse., la. Kansas,
Montgomery and some of hia men, who
to hang hie father and himself, unless
Joined; Montgomery's force; ; 'In : f
V i ' 1 1 i a i I ' !
t' ri :'l L.ll'- ' D n...lnli and
fnrblahed over 3000 barrels of oil tothecommeroe
lUBVIl.tll"'B Ui.A -
1 0f . Clevelahd in Jauiary, i Tbe.,, total
yete 8,36 tuns.
Minor News Items.
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Wrichtsville. Pa., wbloh last voar eavo a
Ropublioau majority of 70, last week elected
Union local oflloers by 106 majority.. , . ?
1 Mr. Keene Richards, of Kentucky sold, a
fewdays ago, his splendid filly "Bettie Ward,"
Mr. foicy, or liOuisiana, for sjb.uuu.
The- taxable property of Misaouii amounts
to three nunureu ana Bixty minions ol dollars,
of which slaves make up forty-five millions.
The Boston Port says that there are more
sinners now seeking "Abraham's bosom" than
have before been on the auxtoutseau for some
years I .j A . "... .,j",'
Tbo ship Samuel Dunning, tHpi.tsnoiuaiu,
wna nl-arerl at Mnhiln. on tho 13th, for Liver
pool, with'fl.620 balea Of, cotton,' weighing,'.!, "J
UU.luti pound?, ana valued at f-o-j.u'io
Since the 15th of December last, the sum of
$19,320,455 in specie has been Imported into the
United elates from JMirope.j
Tho eenalortal contest Iu" Kansas lJ Iu full
blaHt. '.Tbe Ewing man and Parrott men are
esoeolallv bitter unon oach other- Gen, Lane's
friends are exceedingly active. Tho combat
curried ou with baokwoods directness ,
Prince Humbert, the Loir to the kingdom
of Unhcd Italy, has been pasting, with a young
-' hrnlhnr. the recent ctrulval at 1'lorenOA,
mingling with the people freolyv lUd anil ho
is undoubtedly a suincienuy coou Dny, nuu win
make a resolute man: bnt his ftce is likely to
become, in.a few ycius, cvin coarser nnd uglier
than his father's,.1', ., ; '""
i Casa'virio a LaV, nto ErFrcr Aoainst the
MiKHSa. The citv authorities of Murysvillo,
California, recently passed an ordinance for the
removal of outmde etalrs la tnat city, vviuio
the Couucil were in session, a few days after
thaatitU-s leading to tbe Uouncil L lumber wore
removed, and, the digpified members of that
body.iccording to the Herald, were compelled
to "snin ",aowu toe posts oi toe ouuuing. -
Death br bNKcr .Munoo Pabk's CosiriK-
ions. Mr. Reuben Traveller, swell known cit
iaen of Ottawa. Uoner Canada, died list week,
in the eighty first year of his age. He passed
tbrougn au evenwui me; among oiner circum
Htnncea. having been present at several of .thi
great naval battles ot iNeiEOn; peing a so ono oi
those venturous spirits accompanying mungo
Park in his Afrioan exploration. -. ' - ,
Philaoslphia Municipal Election. Th
Legislature of Pennsylvania has passed, and tbe
Governor signed, a bill providing that tho elec
tion in Philadelphia for Mayor and other offi
cers shall hereafter be held ia October, instead
of May. .'The present Incumbents will,:. there
fore, remain in office for nearly six uiunths long
er than the term for which they were choseu.
The' object is to have tbe State and city elec
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Kennedy's Medical Discovery.
bill
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Never, in the history of medicines, has one
been discovered that has had tho potter to cure
so many different diseases" as; the one above
mentioned. It is true tbat Mr. Kennedy first
discovered tho valuable qualities of the herb
from which his medicine is made, but tnepuDiio
have made still further discoveries, and Mr
Kernedy has beea surprised to receive unsolic
ited, ami from nenect stranecrB. communica
tions, ttatlng tbat bis discovery had cured'
them of diseases for which he never thought
offering it. Tbe proprietor has always said
tbat It would cure any numor on tne laco
tho earth, and so it will; but this additional tes
timony stamps it as a meat wonderful discov
ery. '-'..
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Is there anything more wearing to bath thind
and body than loss of sleep, or It any difficulty
or disease can be often cr traced to. other than
loss of sleep, then experience has lost its pow
er,or Sidney Smith, the great English Physiol
ogist, is not to bs relied upon. Of this, let
experience of thousands auswer, and try the To
lu Anodyne, and they will be ready to endorse
thoremakof one of the friends of the proprie
tors, who writes, "were the directions to becov
ercd with sovereigns to purchase, I would
be without It." This all will experience by
use. See advertisement, and call lor pamph
lets. ' ' 'i . - S :'
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
MARRIED.
In Cincinnati, on the 19th Inst., by the the He v. P. n,
Oreenleaf, JAMES B. flTCn, of this city, to Mist EM
MAM, HENRY, of Mississippi." ,'.',
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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, - - .i No. 59, SOUTH I1IQII BTRBET. '
k Have Just received a new mike of HOOP SKIT.T3
finished In a manner hi superior to any yet Introduced
DURABILITY AND ciRACEFULNESS
mh S3. ' ' '
Canton Mattings.
t 04 (l-tt While and Ited and
t White Chicked of superior qhallty. For sale by
BAIN At SON,
mh3 .:.'. .". No. 89 South nigh St.
House for Rent. r
A FlltVr rfAHS nWEI-MNU Iini'SE,
corner ol High and Long, inquire of
mh21-a.1t.
J. II . RILEY.
TTWlt KENT-A Biick House, on Guy street,.
J' eight Kooms. Apply to B
M. Mills, or atl;;;
the "American" to
s. b. co.. Jij
mli'-tldlw..
Watches ! Diamonds !! Silver tWare III
A CHOICE ASUUTiTf ENT Ot iOl,P
and Silver Watchos, In great variety. . ..- . 1
I am Arrcnt for the AHKSicaM Watch un , and cm
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' piles.-,
either Wholesale or Retail. -
Come and choose from my beiutilul rilrplay of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Styles ne w prices low.
As to Silver Ware of sterling quality, I oan, show new
patterns, very handsome .
Silver Plated Wre, Tea Setts, Urns. WaitorS, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, Uoblets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac.
Then I Jiavea supply of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Basnrs, Ac, and many fancy Goods such as
are desired for present at such prices as an an Induce
ment lo the purchaser. 1 , WM. BLYNN,
, No, 10 Buckeye Block, "
mar2 v North side State House squaro.
; TRAVELLERS! ' ; ;
ATTHBSI you go to Now York , drive direct to the n
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Good Fare, Good Booms, Prompt Attendance, and Mod
erate Charges. ..'.". . . . .,7-V,-
SINGLE ROOMS SO CTS. 75 CTB.and II PER DAY..
-. - DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS 1,50 to 3,
Mcalt as ordered. This Hotel hat all the appointments
of the best hotels, a must central location, and is healed
mrougnoui ny steam.. oaaiuui, x.. jubiau..-
morctilUlto
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TREASURY DEPARTMENT OP OniO.I s
in i i , CoLUauus, March lg, IBul.i V
SALS OF OHIO STATE BTOCKS.O r
T II EUR Wll.Ii ISE SOsMTAT PUB
lie auction, oa Bamrdiv. March 3uth, at eleven o'
clock A. M., at the ouice of the Treasurer of State, two
thousand dollars of the Bonus oi inn bum oi unio, a raw
Ing Intertsl at the rale of tlx per caTJt.' per an
num, and payable semi-annually tn the City of New
York, an the prUelpul redeeaiable at the pleasure of the
These Ponds wert depofttea With" the Treasurer of tlii
Stale of Ohio for the purpose of sccurlog the clrculaUon
of the Savings Bank nf Cincinnati, and they are to be
told for the purpose of redeeming tht same ' ,
marchl;dlO i A. P. BTONBi Treaty
GUERMSEY'S BALM11
REIflOVEfc'AWItv'pllfcVifltTS I
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scald, bruise, cut, or fresh wound of any kind, prevent
swelling and pats from - bee itlngt, moitrultrj hltet, and
poisonous plants, Bouralfla, rheunrJm, agu in the
breast, suit rheum, M.' When takes Intornally, ft will
positively cure croup In children, and gives Inunedlatt
relief in the worst rasa of this terrible complaint; alto,
removes hoarseness and sore throat; -Price, t'5 cents a
bottle. Should be In every house. Tor tale hy Drug
gist and Storekeeper. ' 1BVIMSTON1,
Sole Proprietor, No. 1 Spruce it., Mew York .
I attldatwlylt , ' , T , .
yHITE fISH i j WHITE FII ,
- NWNO.IWHrTFISH,'frflta Lak nnroi, In
BMt., Half and AtoatterBM. Pnrkn, in atnreandfor
sale by ... w. Met. it a St RKBTIKAUX,
xar7 St, North High street. .
'ft mi ti'ii a r- ii t
of
oi
the
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Fecial notices.
MANHOOD.
BOW I0BI, BOW RESIOEED.
irt8T PTTRI.TRIIED. ON TflH NATURE, TREAT
MENT AND RADICAL CURE Of SPERMATORRHEA
or Seminal Weakness, Bexoal Debility, Nervomness, In
voluntary Emissions and Jmpotency, resulting inn
wm . - . .... t ('ulna,.,, I af . Tk U.n,
Boir anu'e, o. uy iwu.. . -.-.-... - -
under seal, In a plain envelope, to any ad.lrtst. post
paid, on receipt uf two stamps, hv lr. CUAS. J. C.
iiliM, 1K7 nowery, new u- "
HTJNNE WELL'S I Tor all Tlino is mm .
LUNG Cnil-iaiv's-i
UNIVERSAL including; WIlOoriNli
VOUUHi and every
COUGII tioniplaliittuoforcrnii- 5
nor ot t and eveune.tmil
REMKDYi UONKUMP'A'IOSi.
EUNNEWELL'S I The f.rcnt Ni:t'IIAIai
uiu ii- ifii, i v una raut
nrl oi'lATIOf adopUd
to every specie of fter-
rrrr tt ' on fjumpluin t, rser
. IULiU i t vo u and (Jlironlo ,
illivillim"
tlaiit, (Jtatiirrn, Tooth
nnd Ear Aclie, I,oa of '
Ula... ...... -. 1.
ANODYNE, pitunu.
Ho real iustlce enn be done the above nrenaratlona
but by procunuft and reaUiDg descriptive att,itileis,i
be found with all ilnalers, or will bo aent by 1'roprlctor .
on demand, formulas and Trial Hollies aent lo I'hysl ,
olaiia, who will Und Ucvclupmenls In bolli worthy their
acceptance anu npprnvHi.
Ourropondence solicited from ill whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to n trial of the above ruliable Heme
dle. -
for rule by I ho mini wholesale and retail dealer .
everywhere. '
JOJJN h. IH!KM:ntLL, 1'ropricta
' ' , CNBHtST AND rHARMACEOTIST,
' ' Ro. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass. .
' RoljcrM It Samuel, N. B. Marple, i. R. Cook, 3. M
Denlir, 0. Denis: At Hons, A, J. Bchuellcr fc Bon, Aftentt
tor Columbus, Ohio. - myl-dly
PSOKFAT'S LirR f'lllS.
In all cases of oostlveneu, dyspepsia, bullous aud liver
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agncf, obatl
nate head aches, and ail funeral derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a certain aud speedy
remedy. ' A slngletrial will rlaoe the Life Pills beyocd
the reach ofoompetltlon in the estimation cf every pa
tient. -
Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitten wltl be found equally ef
DcnciOui tn allcascs of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness incident to females Indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs,
for scloby Dr. W. B. MOf PAT, 3.15, Broadway, N. T. -and
by all Dmegists. . nay2a-dJtwly .
' - The following is aa extract from a
letter written by the Itev. 3. 8. Holme, paster oi the
PIcrrcpolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
tlie "Journal and Heisenger," Cincinnati, O., and speaks
volumes In favor of tint world-renowned medicine, Mrs .
W'Hjlow's Bootiiixo Bvitcr roa Ciuuiam Tin-tuna:
"We see an adverllsment In yonr columns of Mrs
Winslow's BooTuma Bvrof. Now we never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before in our lile. lutwe
feel oompelled to say to your readers that this Is no hum
bug TVI naVITRin) IT, AMD KOW IT TO ALL IT'
claims. It is probably one of the most successful medi
cines of the day, because It Is one of the best. And those
nf your readers who Dave haUi's can't do better than
lay ina supply.';. rxsvuyaaiw
HAIR DYE IIALR DYE.
Wm. A. Eatohelor's Hair Dye!
The Original and Best In the World!
All others are mere Imitations, and should bs avoided
If you wish to escape rldiculo.
GRAY,' RED OU RUSTY II AIR Dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Hair or Skin.'
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bee
awarded to Wm. A. Jlatchelor since 18311, and overSO.ilO .
application! have bees made to the Ilelr of his patrons
of his famous dye.
WM. A. BATCIIELOll'B UAIR DYE produces a col
or not to bs distinguished from nature, and la warranted
not to injure In the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the III effects of Bsd Dyes remedied; thelliiir
Invigorated for lire by this splendid Dya. '
Sold In all cities and towns of th United Btatea
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
jXyihe Oenulne hu the same and address upon a steel
plate engraving tfn four sides of each box, of WILLIAM .
A. BATUHELOH, Addrrm
CHARLES UATCHBLOB, Pinprletor,
Jyl'J-wlr . HI Barclay street. New York.
To Coniumptlwe a.
The Advertiser, having taseu natorad to health in a few
weeks by a very'slmple remedy, after havings uffereds
eral years with a severe lung affection, and that dread
dlseaso. Consumption Is anxious to make known tohii
fcllnw-iuScreri the meant of cure.
To all who desire It, he will tend a copy of the preterit,
lion used (free of charge), with the directions for prtya -Ing
and using the same, which they will find a sum Cu
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ate. The only
dbjeet of the advertiser In tending the Prescription It to
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he-con-etlvcs
to bo invaluable, and be hopes every sufferer will
try hit remedy, as It will cost them nothing, aud may
prove a blessing.
I'arlka wishing the prescription will please address
Ukv, EDWARD A. WILSON,
, , Williamsburgb,
-I i,. .) .' .'. : Kings Oounty, New York i
ooLlwly
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye has no eqnat Initintinrons In
effect Beautiful Black or. Natural Brown no staining
the akin or injuring tut Hair remeaiei trie aura r an
effect of Bid'Dyes, and Invigorates ths hair for life.'
None are genuine unless signed "W. A, Batcbelor"
Sold everywhere. . . , , ..
, CHAR. BATOnCLOB, Proprietor,
Jyliwlv 81 Barclay Street, New York, - -
ADVERTISEMENT,
IT1
For tht INSTANT RELIEF
and PEItAIANENT 0U3JI of th
distressing oomplalnt use '.' ' -
...... . ; . r f
BK0NCHIAL CIOARETTE8, ...
Mailt bfO. B. SEYMOUR k CO , 107 Nasaaa St., N. Y.
I Price tl per bos; tent tree by pott.
; fORSALIAT ALL DRUOGISTS ; : .
mavD-dAwlyis a.
No. I-
-Vol. 1
"OUR PAPER,"""
A ISEW LITERARY PAPER,.,-
' ; f'er niarr.U "loth, 1801s
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; ;' ' ' 'CONTENTS:' V"' 4 ;
' "STILL WATERU;" A Brilliant Story1.' T ' ' ' !
"TUB tlHKAP BXCtRSION;" A Oomplcts Story.
"THE KINO AND THE BEGGAR;" Complete In this ,
number .,
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Of EDOAR A. POE. -
THE HYING BOY'H KKQUUST: by Maria Norrlt.
THE DUTY OF THE PKKHJ-1NT IIOUK. -TUB
PHILOSOPHY OF BATHING. . . t -LOVE:
A Poem. ... ,. ", . ,-',-
LIFE EVERYWHERE. " . , ".' ' , i.s
" RUSTI0 8IMPLI0ITY AND SHREWDNESS, i ; , .- 1
. WHAT? A Poem. ., ... '." , -
TUB MOUTH Of LONDON.
HOW PEARLS ARB fORMED; TRtJHTINO TO
LUCK; WHO WOULD l)B A BACHELOR; Gl VB TUB
OHILDRBN rilkBU AIR; ONH DROP AT A IMK r .
THE WAY TO DO GOOD: MORALINFLUENCK; RAIL.
WAY ACCIDENTS IN FROSTY WEATHER; VTIL- '
1ZIN3 iWASTB STEAM; A NEW MATERIAL FOR S
RIBS OF UMBRELLAS: CEMENT FOR HOLES IN
IRON CASTINGS: BHRLL-FIbH ROPE-MAKERS; - -COINING
BY AIR POWER; A OURIOUS RELIC: '
TBB FOUR BWORDS OF LONDON; FACTS ABOUT
CELEBRATED MEN; HIHTOKY Of TilE PIANO
FORTE; KISSING; THE DOKOS OF SOUTH AFRICA. f r
WIT AND HUMOR. :n . , . l11
, NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS. i ' , ,-
And much other
Reading Matter.
Interesting and Instructive':;
A - .- I'- . i ,:,;',
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One copy.. A , $2 perarnum,
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71 and 73 Fifth street,..'. ,;
. tiextto the Pott-OfBcs, Pittsburgh, Pa..'1
1 R. KENNEDY,.General Agout . ' .
march 8.
Sheriffs Sale.
D. T, Woodbury At Co
-vs.
George W. Allen,
Superior Court, .
T)Y VIKTIJK OP A AT IcIT OF Fl. FA.
XJ tot
me directed from the Supertof Court of Frankllrt
county, Ohio, I will oUer for sale, In the town of New AI-
bany.at the store room or. U. w. Alien, a io m jij
llnnrfa anil Notiona. lavled on as the property of G. W.
Allen; sale commencing on BATUBP AY, tb30ihdsyof
March, A, V. ibOl.at 111 o'clock A
M.
W. HUFFMAN, Bhtrlff, ... j
march l:10td By Ed. DaVui, Dep V- N , ,
Piialer't fret, B5.50. . 1 i r-
BL.ACK STRAW UONN K i ai Art I l t I A
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