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TOlThL NO. 2G8. NEW SERIES. COLUMBUS. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 17. 1861.
ILX DOLLARS PIS TH-
inyarubl, la 4dTsjic v
DAILY. TEI-WE1XLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH; BS AND PROPB1XTOBS,
ET Office Hot. 30, SB and 40, North High 8t
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVA-NCI.
Dally - - $8 00 per year,
" By the Carrier, per week, 12 cents.
S uu par year,
Weekly
1 00
eriua a'. Advcrtleinsr by the Square.
ns square. I yeai...$20 (HI
One " H moi.thi 18 00
Jne " 0 month, IS 00
5ne "' :t months 10 00
Jnc - months 8 00
One ' I month. 5 00
One square S fekl..t 00
On " 2 week.. 3 00
On " 1 week... 1 74
One " 3 day!... 1 00
One " Sdaye... 75
One " 1 Insertion SO
Displays! advortltsnieriti hair more than me aoove
'Vdverttroniunte leaded and placed In the oolumnof
ttnecial tlotlcae," douOU 1W ordinary rat.
All notices requlrec to be published by Ihw, legal rates
If ordered on the InKlno excluilyoly alter the drat week
per cent, more than the above rates; out all iuon wn
iniutAr In the Trl-Week v without charve.
Business Cards, not ejceedlng five Hoes, per year, in
side, iM per Una; outside vi.
V otlces of meetings, charltaliles ocletlea. Are companies
AUlnmnitnt advtrtUemenie mutt be paidor in
iUvamt T's rule will not be varieurrem.
Weekly, same price aitho Dally, where the advertuei
... ,h. w,.l ,.!. Where he Dally and Weekly
t re both nscd, then the charge l-r the Weekly will be
n i the rates or the natiy
No advertisement taken except for a definite period,
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner !Sirhn Water 8t.,
Oolumtous, Ohio
W. 33. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufacturer of Brase and Oomposltlon Castings,
Vlnitbed Brass Work or all Descriptions.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
. STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl'00-dly
.F. A. B. 8IMKIK8,
Attorney at 3Li?vw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OIBce-Acu. s Uulldlofe, opposite Capitol Square.
COtCMHDIS, OHTrt;
COX.tIMBTJB
Machine MiinaCacturing Company
MiNCfACTCRtM OF
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, Klll-OsMlng, Machinery.
also,
tvll:ionc Worls
- or iriitr DiBC&irrion.
' ctn.MTiftc oino.
(JHAg. AM BOS, 6u t ? AMllOBTrea.
deell, IbM-tf
a
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROAD.
For Cincinnati, Dayton fc Indianapolis!
Through to Indlauaoolis without Change of Can
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NIQBT EXPKKS8, a Daytnn, at 8:45 a. m., stop
ping at London, Xcnla, Dayu n, Mlddletown and Hamil
ton, arrlvlngat Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indlanopollsnt I0:4tt a m.;et. Louis at U 50
P'm' '. SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION , at 6:10a. m.,etopplngat all Sta
tion! between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton. ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:09 a. m., Dayton at 9 15 a. m.,
Indlanopo'.Isaf Sp. m.
TUIRD TRAIN. .
DAT EXPRESS, at 8:80 p. m., stopping at Alton.
JeSersoB, London, Charleston, Oedarrllle, Xenla.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerlleld, Foster's.
Loveland, Mlllford and Plainyllle, arrlTlng at Cincin
nati at 7:S0 p. m. 8t- Louis at 18 m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
m.j Isdianopollsat 10:38 p. m.
(tleoplnt; Car on all Iflirht Train to
Oitaciuntatl ana Indtauapoll.
BAGOAOC CHECKED TlinOUOU.
for farther Infennat'.on and Through TlokeU apply to
at. L. DOUKUTT,
- Ticket Agent, Colon Depot. Columbus. Ohio.
. W. WOODWAUD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOUKHTf
j,13 Agent, Oolumbui,
of
A
SOMETHING NEW,
HOWARD & CO'
Be
AMERICAN WATCHE3,
CALL AT NO. 83. SOUTH IlIUlfT.,
and examine our new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by B. HOWARD fc CO , ' Boston, Mass.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having the exolualve agency,
I ean sail them at prices to suit the times. I have Just
received a large stock of , , .
AMERICAN WATCHES;
manufactured by AFlLKT0X, TRACY, At 00 ; alio, a
fine assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Oold and Sliver Cases, at Panlo prices.
jant3 ' W. J. BAY API.
' Just Ei-eelvedl
1AA nr. cn GttEEN and BLACK
AU v TeiAB 100 bags prima Rio Conee.
11)0 pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
16 bag! Ceylon Uoffee, . '
gOObble. standard White Sugars, consisting of Pow
dred, Vhrnshed, Granulated A and B Ot dee.
50 quintals Oeorge Buia Codfish.
80 bbls. Urns and No. 1 Mackerel.
6 tea. Pick BMmou. ...
100 bx. Layer Raisins. -60
hf. boa do do , , . . , .
lOOqr.box do de s
10O U Cigars, dlfforent brands and grades.
o7 wm. McDonald.
M..C. LILLEY
BOOK 33HJrXlZJXl
And Blank-Book Monafantaror, : 4
S0RTH filQB ITREET, COLCJMTJI, OHIO
snarll-dly ,., , . . . . - f
FIT1ILV Fl.OCIt.
rtrniTM wheat, uhanded ;
"9N O "W FLAKE," '
f ran "Barnett Mills,' Springfield 0 the best brand of
IlburbfoUKni w onrmaraet. eaniraoiion gaanateea,
lor sale only at - .'WM. MCDONALD'S,' -dtV7
' m 1 'lOtt Boath High street.
a i.KvikiiHM Kin (ii.uvi.a.
A All llieeand colors just opened at BAlBS,"
do Hi
Mo, lis RestB BifU itmk
of
at
bay
on
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at
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TUB
ONLY PREPARATION
THAT HAS
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And growa more and more popular
every aayl
And testimonials, new, and almost withont number,
tnlsht be given from ladiea eud gentlemen in all and
of society, whose united testimony none could resist,
that P'Of. Wood's Bair Restorative will restore the bald
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age,
Inallltljoutniui rjeauty.
Battle Creek, Mich., Dee Slit, 1898
Prof. Wood: Thee wilt pirate aeeept a line to Inform
thee that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty
years aro, caused by a complicated ehroolo aieaaaa, at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
aonrse of suffering through life haviLg reduced me to a
stale of dependence, I l ave not been able to obtain stuff
for oat s. neither have I been able to do them np, in eon'
aeauence of which my head baa suffered extremely from
oold. This Induced me to pay Briggs at Uodgea almost
the last cent I bad on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Keaioraiive. about the first of August lst. I have
falihfullr followed the dirtotloni,nd the bald spot li now
covered with hair tnlok and black, though sbert. It ii
also coming In all over my head. Peeling confident
teat another large bottle wuld restore It entirely
and permanently, I feel anxiona to porsevervo In Ita use,
and hilue destitute of means to purchase any more, I
would a thee If thee wouldst not be willing to eeedme
an order on thin egenta for a bottle, and receive to thy
self the scripture deoleretl-n "the reward la to those
that are kind to the widow and the fatherlras."
Thy friend, 8U3tNNAHKIRBY.
Lleonler. Noble County, Indiana, Feb. 8th. 1839
Faor. O. J. Wood: J)tar Sir: In the latter part of
the year Kit, while attending tne state ana national
Law itohool of the Bute ot New York, my hair, from a
oause unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap,
idly, io that In the short space of six months, the whole
upper part if my acalp waa almost entirely bereft of iti
covering, and much of the remaining portion npon the
Ide and bwv part of my bead anortly arter became gray,
so that yon will not be surprised when I tell yon that np.
on my return to the Stat of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a loss to discover the
oiuse of the change In my appearance, as my more Inti
mate acquaintances were to reoognlie me at all.
I at i noa made application to the most skillful physi
cians In ihe country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my h.lr would aga'n be restored. I was forced
to become reconciled to my (ate. nntil fortunately, In
the latter Dart of the year 1857, your Restorative was re
commended to me by a druggist, ae being the most relia
ble Hair Restorative in use. 1 tried one bottle, and
found to my great aatitfaotlon that It wu producing the
desired effeot 8 loos that time, 1 have used seven dol
lars' worth of your Eee'orailve. and as result, have a
rich coat of very toft black hair, which no money can
buy.
Asa mark of my gratitude for yonr labor and skill la
the production of so wonderful an article. I nave recom
mended Ita us to many of my frienda and aoauaintancea,
who, I am happy to Inform you, are using It with like
effect. Very respeotfnlly, yours,
A. of LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and told by all dealers through
out the world.
The Restorative la put up In botil'S of three lite, vlti
large, medium, and email: the small boils H a pl"t. and
retail! for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per eent. more Inpioportioa than the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle: the large holds a
quart, 40 percent, more In proportion, and retails for 13
bottle.
O J WOOD CO . Proprietors. 444 Broadway. NIW
York, and 114 Market Street, t Louis, Mo.
And sold by ROBERTS PAMD'L, Columbus, Ohio,
and by all good Druggists and fancy Qoods Dealers.
aprui:aatweowiy.
STONE'SJAZAAR.
No. 4 Ghvvnne Block,
A. P. STONE & O'HARIU
A RE NO W RECEIVIKO THEIR WIN.
TKR OO0DS, and Invite the public to Inspect
them No inch stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The Booth, in oonaequenoe of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been aole to purchase the us.
aal quantity of rloh goods, and this faot baa forced the
Importer! to tell them at public auotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New Turk at these large sales, took
idvantaee of them, and we can and will sail on goods I
nare, wm inan any one wno puroneeva rw vetunnw,
paid for them In New York. Onretock t complete In
ever? uvpexuBeui vi
ELEOANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VEL.OUR8,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MEKINOS, '
PRIN TED COBURQ9,
DSED COBUQSi
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS, w ' "
FANCY WOVEN PABRICS, '
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
P0PLIN3, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Wortli.
Bought in One Day,
At one bait tbe Cost of Iraporitatlon.
LADIES1" FURS,
In all Varletlest of tba Celebrated
ITJannfatnre of C. G, Clan '
tbere V Son,
HOSTERY dYpARDIENT. .
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladiea, Ulaaee and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and OottonOloves
every make. . .
'ALSO '
complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of 1
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CAS9IMEKL.3,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerohiefs, do., &o.
' . . . - -
To persons who call cn as, we pledge our words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen In this market, or pay them on dollar per
hour while looking.
deol-dljstawitw. ' ' btunk at u uaunA.
Sheriff's Sale.
Cornelius Jacobs
vs. . Common Pleas. . -W.P.Miller
etal. ) -!
BY VlHTHls OF A WRIT OF FI. FA.
to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleas
Franklin County, Ohio, I villi offer fur sale, cn the
farm occupied by W. P. at l. B. Miliar, in J season
Township, on
Monday, the 15th day of April, A, D. 1661,"
9 o'clock, ,P, M.. the following property, to-wlt: One
mare, on sorrel boras, on mar colt, on coll,
two horn wagon, three se doub'e harness, .sewn
head of hogs, and the undivided one-half interest in a
reaping machine. levied cn as the property of W. P.
B. Miller. '
0. W. HCrTM AN," Sheriff,
sprtl9-10td. . By Kd Davis, Deputy.
Printer's f, I5.SK - -
Watches ! Diamonds II , Silver . War II!
A CHOICE A SOUTITIF.NT OF OOLD
and silver Watches, In great variety.
I am Agent for the Asitaioaii Witch Co , and eu
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pilose,
either Wholesale or Retail. - -
Oust and euooeo from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jeweliy, Styles new price low,
A! to Silver War of sterling qnaldy, I can show new
patterns, very handsom
filter Plated War, Tea Setts, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Basket!, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Porks, Spoons, It.
Then I have supply of fin Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Bas ira, Ac, and many Paoay Goods such as
desired for presents at such ptlces ae are an Induce
ment t the purehaeeri ' - WM. BI.YNN,
:.. . Mo, 10 Bukeye3leck, -
marll Korth side Stat Bouse square.
, " Irish linen Goods? r
WARRANTED FABRIC " . , .
Linen BhlrtBcaime . Pain and Fancy
Bhlrtlng and Bosom Linens.
, Lluen KhreUnge and Pillow Outngl. "
:l Linen Cambries and Long Lawns. ,
; - linen Pooket-bands'fa, all slset. "
, , Linen Towellings and Diapers,
i .wL're"!,P1,'ndDOyll.a. .
linen Table Olothe and Satin Damasks.
Linen Towels with colored eorder. s" ' f
UneS!elrCovrttanOraaVt; '
, FoisaleatlowprKm , n ': i
tAn ' 1 ITe.eB Sooih High street,'
MINI MC?ra.,VIOTOMNB saAicurgf" ore are
aow selling at very low Vrtoes. also all thr kiada
nuhlonabletars.jA ku tk
PkTH Ham
MU. ..rv.lS ili'll
Its. SeaihUigh n, if,
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Ayer sSarsapanlla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alttrativt that can be made. It is
t concentrated extract of Para Sarsnparillu,
o combined with other (ubstnnces of still
greater alterative power as to nflbrd tin effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed thnt such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that ono which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this lartre class of our afflicted fellotv-
citiftms. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on mnny
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints :
Scuopula and Scrofulous Complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptivb Disease.;, Ui.cr.us,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumour, Salt Kiihum,
soald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Ac
fECTiONS, MsncuniAL Diseasr, Dhopsy, Nki
XtALoiA oulio Douloureux, Dkuility, Dr
fepsia and Indigestion. Eiiysipixas, Uohe
or St. Anthony's Fiue, and indeed tlm whole
class of complaints arising from Ivvuithry 01'
tub .blood.
This compound will be found n, ereat pro
motor of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in tho
blood at that season of the Year. J!v the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
re nipped In tho bud. Multitudes can, by
in aw or tins remedy, spare themselves horn
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
Soros, through -winch the system will stnvs to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to da
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
Dursting tnrougn tne skin 111 pimples, eruptions,
or sorest cleanse it when you and it is ob-
structed and sluggish in tho veins ; clean ?o it
Whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and livo
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep tho
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum or life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
. iub u uisoraerea or overtnrown.
fiarsaparllla has, and deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of It, partly because tho drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more becauso many preparation?,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsnparilla,
or any thing else.
' D urine late Years the public have been mis-
Jed by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
ot .extract ot garsapariila tor ono dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon tho sick, for
tney not only contain little, u any, barsnpa
rilla, but often no curativo properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of tho various extracts of
Sarsoparilla Which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we tliink wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it 13 intend
eu to euro. In order to secure their complf !o
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
rRErARED BY
DR. J. . AYEIt & CO,
LOWELL, MASS.
, r ' ,
TU, iporDoMlc, Six Hottlca lor $3.
A ver's Cherry Pectoral
has won for llelf such n renown for tho cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Coiiipl.iint, Unit
it is entirely unnecessary for ns to tecount the
evidenco of it virtues, WlicrouT it lias been em
ployed. As it has long been la cnnitaat use
throughout this section, we need not tin more tlmn
assure the people its aualitv is kept, tin tn ilin hot
it ever has been, and thnt it mny lie rcliwl on to
uo lor tueir relict ail it has ever been lour.d to do,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
tob the cuar OP
Cotthentu, Jauntiict, Dyspepsia, ImUjtslhn,
'Dyitnlery, Foul Stomach, Eiytipclai, limdace,
Pita, Rhetunatitm, Uruptiont and Skin Diseases,
'Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tvltr, Tumors aid
Salt Iiheian, Worms, Gout, Xatmfyia, a
Dinner PiU, and for Pwifyinj the Elood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most scmU
'tlve can take them pleasantlv, and thevnrcthe
best aperient in the world far all tbe purposes of a
family physic.
Price 25 cents per Box; Fivj bovs for 51.09.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physician.', States
men, and eminent personages, rnvc- lint llirir
name to certify the unparalleled MKcfulnc nftlirsc
remedies, but our space here will not permit Ihe
insertion of them. The Agents below namcil fur
nish pratia our Ameuican Almanac in which t!icy
are given; with also full descriptions of tin; n'wv'e
complaints, and the treatment tlmt should be iA
lowed for their cur.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealcu'wiih
other preparations they make moro profit on.
Demand Ann's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there Is for them, and tli ey s): nwM
have it. ....
All our remedies are for sole by
B.0BBRTS A SAMTTKL. nlm!,.
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
nov:jya,iweaw
TO
BUSINESS MEN.
Ar.1.
EXCELLENT CSIArVHR roa
reliable business men to aeenr a nrontahla maim-
facta ring business, requiring but a small canltal in lis
establishment and pro eoailon.
Tbe manufacture consist! In the application of a pe
culiar compost Hon or enamel to common red bricks. a d
variety of other salldlot material, ornamental archi
tectural finishings, ceilings, tiles for floors and for
roofing.
This enamel may be tinted, of any color, from the
purest whit to the deepest b'ack, with all Ihe colors
and shades between . It Imparts to the articles to which
la applied a hardness and duraWHt? almost incredible
aod a twenty surpanlng that of tbe rarest end mo.t costly
of Ut variegated mercies, and, nnllke them, ii Impervi
ous t moisture, and will never fade stain, or deterior
ate. oosUng but a fractional part of the price of ordinary
marbi.
it Is also valuable for table and stand topi, mantle
pleoeo, monnmeot. and an endless varletv of other artu
olee of s'aple use. Tbe process of applying the amel
simple, won tn articles enameled will command a
ready sale, affording larg profits. Keioon ibis nartiea
may procure licenses for mannfacrarlng under the pat
ent for any city or prominent town lo the United States.
ny applying to toe euoecrloer A small tariff on Ihe ar
ticles manufactured Will be required 'or ihe use if the
lovenUon. Circulars giving full particulars will be for
warded to all applicant.
The superior merit and beauty of this enameled build
ing material to enithlni In use haa the unnnullfled in
dorsement of many of the moat eminent aicbitects and
sclsnitno men or thle and other cities.
For particulars address .
J0HH0 PBALl,
Gsneral Agents for Xosmsie d Building Material ,
apBdim. J WA8AU ST.. NEW Y0H1T..
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NOTICE.
ITtAVB taoLDTtSfdH. HENIITTVIL.
BOM my DBUG sTOBg, which I removed from the
erner of High and Qay streeis to the Kouthwest corner
Broad and High streets, Columbus, Ohio.
With many thanks te my former pctrona-anl custom
Ore, I rapetfaliy request the oont nuance of th.lr fa-
vcre w mj sumasor. 11L.NBI M, nIL.
Columbus, April 1, lf3l. ,
DKXJG8TORE.
Hatsmo rrBCRAss d the nnro
BTOBI of Mr. Hani U. Nrtt,i have opened
anew on the South weal corner of Broad and High atreets,
Oniumhos, Ohlctevap tU fid mnd reliable etamd for
tAa tMtHuet or many ytttrt
I hare a fresh and well selected stock of Pure JT-iff-.ism.
and Pure CeewnVof. together with taint. OUt,
yanuAee, etc. a-ually kept In ich an eetabnalimeBt.
Paascarmoin oaremliy and promptly compound
ad. ' , - v ... .
. Btor pen at all konr of th oViy and ntght
I reapeetfally solldltths patronage of the nuollo.
HBNBY WILeOHv
Columbus, April t, 1961 aprt-fllm
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BLP.ACTIEO SHEETING AND
SHIRTINGS, all wMths. of most celebrated makes.
net offered la grtatrrt vgrtsty and at very low price. ;
jipriu
' nam m ao.l,
N, Sou High stmt. ;
v , l CLx ' A.
ityp
I1BMI,
Dally, per year.
....8 00
.... 100
.... 1 00
Tn weekly, per car....
Weekly per yea .
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
ADJOURNED SESSION.
IN SENATE.
TUESDAY, April 16, 1861.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
? POTTS had leave to record his vote 00
Wet Bill, appropriating $1,000,000 for war
sorvice, ana voted jea.
MILITIA BILL.
On motion of Mr. SCHLEICH, tbe rules
were suspended, and bis Militia Bill (S98 ) was
taken from tbe table aod emended so a lo read
as follows
A (bill re'r,!og to the Militia of Ohio muster-
ea into tne service ol tne u oiled mates under
any reanisitioo of tbe President-
Sio. 1. Bt it enacirefOysJie Qtntral Anemblg
o; tne state oj unto, i nat ail companies of lufan
try, light Infautry or rifle, organized In this
state to volunteer Into the service of the Uni
ted States under any requisition of the Presi
dent thereof, shall consist of not less than sev
enty men rank and &li and all comotniea of
oavah y organized for a like purpose, shall con
sist of not lees than sixty mop; aod all compa
nies oi arm erv oreanizea lor a iika nnrnnaa.
shall consist of not less than one hundred men
All such companies aball be entitled to elect as
tbe commissioned officers thereof, one cantalo.
aod ooe first sod one seoond lieutenant.
Sio. 9 The Comosnles so volunteering shall
be organized into regimeuts consisting ot not
lesa man ten companies eooj every such regl
ment shall be composed exclusively of Infant
ry, light infantry or rifle, cavalry or artillery,
be officered according to the laws reaolatlne
the militia in loroe, at the time; and in the ab
sence or any law of tbe Uoited States to tbe eon
trary, shall be appointed by tbe Governor Into
brigades aod plaoed under tbe command of such
Brigadiers General la commission within tbe
brigades from wbloh such reffimenta may be or
gunned, as tbe Governor shall designate. And
tbe Governor shall also have power to organise
snob brigades into a divUlon or divisions, and
to deetguate tbe Major General or Majors Gen
eral from among those In commission to take
C'jmroeod of auob division or divisions.
dec 3 Toe militia accepted by tbe Govern
or uuder tbe provisions of this aot. shall from
the time ot such acceptance, draw tbe samepay
a iub ns. graues ot ran a in toe Army oi tne
I'nited Stales.
8io, 4. Tols act to be In foroe from and af
ter its passage.
Tn bill passed unanimously veaa 27. ah.
ssl.8. ...
SECOND READING.
S. B. 296 Fur the ntvment of the, Fnnrlorl
Debt. Referred '0 Finance committee.
FIRST READINGS.
ii- u 4S3 HaoDlsmeotirv to the act of
Aoril 13, 1M58, to relieve District Courts, tc
H B 473 Auiboriging Commlesioners of
IVl inteiimery county lo build a bridge serosa tha
Great Miami river at Dayton.
H B 481 Amendina? gotlon 1 of thu
Gotrdian "d Ward aotot 1868
II B.475 Amendinc aeo.lon 543 of thu Civ.
II Code
II B 250 Ame-dlnir the County Commis
sioners act ot 1856-7
II. B. No. 474 -Amending the act foe nrlnt-
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ux. uistnoutii'g. sc.,01 pur)iiri.aomimBSs.
H B. No 436. bv Mr HADDOW Tn rrt
the township of Muskingum, in Washington
REPORTS FROM STANDING COMMITTEES.
Mr. JONE3. from the standing onmmlttaa nn
Public Work-, recommended the passage ot H.
R. Nj. 129 Rolative tooiaims sgaiost the
state oi Uhio, and It was adopted.
THE TREASON BILL.
To punish treason, was taken from the
bio.
ta,
Mr. HARRISON offered the following
us cu U ui ou w i
Seo 3. No person shall be convicted of im
son but by tbe testimony of two lawful witness
es to tne same overt aot or treason whereof be
stands indicted, unless be con leases the same in
open, court. Agreed to.
Mr FERGUSON offered the following amend
ment: Sec 4 That If any Dors on shall within thf
State, begin, or set on loot, or provide, or pre-
puro uiu iucbub or any unautuonzea Military
expedition or enterprise, to be carried on from
tnence against tbe territory or people of the
United 8 dies, every person so otlenaing shall
ucemca guilty oi a misdemeanor, aod, npon
oooviction thereof, shall be Duulshad b imnria.
otitoent in tbe Penitentiary of this State not
ies man one nor more loan ten years.
Mr. PARISH objected to tbe amendment as
Dot Kern.xin to me ftlll
Mr f EKtiUsON said it waa aa mnoh an
tbe secooj section. TbetMeof the bill should
changed. Tbe amendment Is designed to
preveot private warfare, or nnauthorizad raids
inner a.atcs. -
Oa motion of Mr. COX. the bill
amendment wai relerred to the JudioUry
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COMPROMISE.
Mr. FERGUSON moved to take nn S. J. R.
110 Bbiob the resolution ratifvino? the
amendment to tbe Federal Constitution agreed
upon by tbe committee of thirty-three tbe
Seward-Corwin amendment.
Objections beiogmade, Mr. FERGUSON do
maoded a call of tbe 8eoate, pending a demand
yeas and nays by Mr, Cox.
Alter some time, proceedings under tbe call
wre suspended, and tbe motion to take from
table was agreed to.
1 bose who voted in the affirmative were
Mes.-rs Brewer, Cummins, Eason, Ferguson,
Foster, lUrrlson, ilarsb. Holmes. Jonea. Ka.
Lackey, Monroe, Moore, Newman, Orr, Pernll,
Potts, Potwin, Ready, Bchleich and White SI.
Tboee who voted lo tbe negative weret Mes
Breck, Bonar, Collins, Cox, Cuppy, Flsber.
warneiu, ui, morse, rarisn.omitn.Bprague,
Stanley 13.
Mr. CUPPT moved Its referenoe to the nam.
mitiee on Federal Relations. Agreed to. -
Tbose who voted In tbe affirmative were:
Meesrs B.eck. Brewtr. Bonar. Collins. Car.
Cuppy, Fisbsr, Garfield, Glass, Monroe, Morse,
Parieh, Putts, Ready, Smith, Sprague, Stanley
and Presldent-18
Tbose wbo voted In tbe negative werei Mes
srs. Cummins, Eason, Ferguson, Foster, Harrl
sno, tiarsn, Holmes, Jones, Key, Lasksy,
Moore, Newman, Orr.Perrill, Potwin, Sohleich
and White 17.
Tbe Senate refused to suspend the rules to
read H. B. 473 a second time by title.
of
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
Oa motion of Mr. STANLEY, the Senate
resolved itself into oommittee of tbe Whole,
the orders of tbe day, Mr. White la the
obair, and alter some time spent therein, rose
and reported back H. B 291 To lease the put)
woika, with suudry amadraenl, wbisb, oa
aoiiuu of Mr. Jones, were laid ot the table.
Tbe House rei need to coourln tbe Senate
amendment to H, B, 305 -To pNYent the circu
lation ol depreot ttd ouneocy.
Mr. MONROE moved the Senate Insist, and
ask for a committee oi Conference, . Agreed
Tbe Senate adjourned till nine o'olock to
morrow morning. , - ,
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
TUESDAY, April 16, 1861.
Senate bill No 297 To provide lor tbe de
fense of tbe State, aud for tbe support of Ihe
federal rtiovernment against rebellion,
raj
read tbe Bret time.
Mr. PARROTT said this bill bsrl passed tbs'
Senate with rtai unanimity He alladed W
i is
i tbe necessity for immediate aotion, that a part
Deeaea at
troops baa
here perhaps
to morrow, and the money would be needed to
forward them. He therefore moved tbe eou
stltutlonal rule be suspended, tbat the bill be
read a second and third time now.
Mr ANDREWS said that, without express
ing any opinion upon tba merits or tbe ques ion
at issue, be must ssy tbat he hoped tbe rule
would not be suspended. Me did not tblnk tbe
necessity exl-ted for such baste. Besides, the
money needed eould not be raised immediately
He preferred that tbe bill should take Its couree
Mr. SCOTT, of Jeff.r Oj, said he had been
advised by bis constituents tbat prompt and im
mediate action was expeoted of him; and he
moat cordially obeyed tbeir instructions. He
could wish tbat tbere was no occasion for this
haste, but he could net resist tbe conviction tbat
it waa a duty to aot at once.
Mr. WOODS hoped tbat this motion would
not be passed now. For bis part, be would not
ay what be might feel called upon to do; but
be asked tbat time might be allowed for some
wbo might hesitate, to consider the question pre
sented to them. He would not object to tbe
suspension of tbe rule to read the bill a ifeond
time now,
A division of the question was demanded.
Mr. BROWNE, ol Miami, said that bo hop
ed the motion migbt prevail. He was author
ized oy tbe Governor of ihe State to say to tbe
House, tbat there is au Immediate and urgent
necessity for the passsge ot this bill. He waa
not authorized to say nor did be know what all
these necessities were. Troops are being must
ered Into tbe service, and money is necessary to
defray the expense. Under these circumstances,
gentlemen ask for time for consideration,
Bud state la fielr places that we are ruehlcg
them hastily into tbe passage of this bill; they
say tbat they have not bad time to consider ihe
question. 8ir, this is only a misstatement of
tbe facts. This question bas been before us
staring us in the lace elnce the first morning
of our present session. We have been content
plating tbe necessity which is now upon us, and
we bare been examining and deliberating on this
question in tbe Hours and out of it, or we have
been untrue to our country and our consoienoes.
Sir, the people demand that Ohio shall as
sume a high position In the defense of tbe hon
or and dignity of the country, and that in this
wesball act speedily. This is tbe hour of our
oountry's peril, and In It let no man apeak of
party or party ties. It is time in this emergen
cy that party shackles sboull fall to the groood,
and that we should stand op as patriots in de
fense of tbe Republic Let us act now, sod so
act that we shall aid in preeervlzg tbe integrity
of tbe Union.
The vote was then taken on the first ptrt of
ine quenioo to reao me uiu a seo iud time
when tbe vote stood y)as 64, nays 25 as lol-
iows
Tbose who voted in tbs afflrma'lve wire
Messrs Btldwin, Blakeslee, Biecker, Browne,
of MUml, Browne, of Putnam, Bruff. Burr,
ouss, warter, inaae, unoate, Llapp. Poorer,
Jux, LNvis, Uickey, 1 ellows, r tagg, Uoie, tiad
dow, Hamilton, Herrick, Mills, Ultchcocii,
Howell, Jacub Jolly, Jones, of Sene. a, Kerne
dt, Krum, MuCiung, MoCoonell, McCot e, Mo
Gavran, MuPbtreon, MonaLau, Moore, Musxon,
N.gb, Noble, Parrott, Plants, Rees, of Morrow,
Reid, Robin soi,, Rokenbrod Scott, of Jefferson.
Soott, of Warren, Sears, Slusser, Sq-iire, riled
man, Steele, Stubbs, Thompson, of Perry.
Thumpeor, of Summit, Trimble, Truesdeli,
Vanvorb S, Vons, Walker, tVatt, Welsh,
Wood, Woods. Wright, of Hamilton. Wrieht.
of Warren, and Speaker.
Tbose wbo voted, in tbe negative were
Messrs- Andrews, Carlisle, Converse. Corv.
Devore. Gamble, House. Hushes. Hatcbeson.
Jessup, Jonas, Myers, Oiile, Parr, Pearce,
Powers, Ree, of Franklin, Relnnger, Rodgerft,
r , cl! a n . . m .
cnaw, DKinoeT, ouvuer, oners, latior sou
White.
Mr. Collings, though present, did not vote.
AS It required three-fourths ol tbose voting
to suspend tne rule, tbe House by this rots re
fused to snapend tbe rule.
H.B 475, by Mr. CONVERSE-To amend
section 543 of tbe act entitled an act to estab
lish a code oi civil procedure, was read the third
time and passed yeas 54. utvs 13
II B. 431, by Mr. HITCHCOCK To amend
the first section of the "act concerning the re
lation of guardian and ward," piBsed April 12,
1858, was read a third time and passed yeas
oi, najs
S ki you lo amend an act entitled an act
further to prescribe the duties of countv com
mlssloners, paaeed April 8, 1856, and amended
February 86. le&7, was read a third time and
passed yeas 72, nays 2
Mr. rb.bl.UWS moved tbat tbo rule be bus
peoded, and Senate bill No. 297 be taken from
tbe table and read a second time cow
Mr. FELLOWS said It was well known to all
on this floor tbat when bis country was in danger
he could take no side but that of his country.
Sir, said be, I may have party footings, but
woen my country is in Danger, i Know no party.
1 mignt reiuse to suspend tne ruie, ana while 1
am contributing to tbls delay tbe National Cap
al, now imminently threatened, m iy be taken
from us, and it may require tbe sacrifice of many
valuable lives to retake It As representatives
ot tbe people, etanaici by our beartbetonei, we
are bound to aot. wita tbe flee ot my country
tiampled under foot, 1 caunot hesitate, or cause
tbe least delay; and 1 tbsretore move a suipen
sloo oi the rales
Mr, BROWNE, of Miami, suggested that if
tbe Hons wouia Dave the bin read a second
time now, he believed It would be satisfactory
tbe majority to have tbeblll forwarded, so
as to be on-ed to-m wrow.
Mr. ANDREWS said if then were suy State
scoiets in the poseeaslon of a few memoers of
tbe House, to lufiaeoce tbeir action, be would
like iO learn Usm; and if of any authority, he
wouia Decs; oown ana ensnge nis position.
Mr. aw v i, oi w arren, said be reretted
that there was any opposition to the su-oenslon
of the rule, that this bill migbt pass now. The
Senate had suspended the rule and passed the
bill directly through tbat body, and expected
this body to do the same. Tbe people of the
state expect ns to oo it, ana tne country ex
pects us to do it.
ii nopea mat every party oiaa and party
feeling- would be let fall to the ground, and that
every member on this floor would come to the
rescue of our oommon country in this her hour
peril. When the country waa la danger he
desired to forget party, and only remember that
he was a cltiien aud a patriot, and jola tbose of
all parties in sustaining nis country's Uonitltu
lion, his country's laws and his country's flig
three days hence it may be too late to pass this
bill. Washington City may be In tbe hands of
traitors and rebels. He Implored his Democrat
ic frienda to hasten to their country's defence,
suspend the rule and pais the hill- .
Mr. DEVORE said he was for the Union
Dot a part of It, but the whole of It. He was
devoted to the oause of bis country; and If there
was danger be waa as ready as any to act. He
did not believe the dispatches we received here.
He could not tblnk tbe danger was so great as
was supposed. He did not believe the capital
was in danger, unless there was something to
provoke as attack. ' '
ou. riiAn ta saia ne responded to the senti
ment expressed by .Mr. Fallows, and tbe regard
for the whole country. But we are liable to be
mistaken." Tbere 1 a moral force in prompt
and decided aotion now, that will save blood'
sbed, and do more than millions oi money to de
fend tbe couotrr from aggression. Our sellon
will be reported to the government ol tbe Con
federate States; and tbe refusal of this House
suspend the rales would be used by them to
mean tney bare alders and abettors here. Let
tbem see that we are decided and prompt to
meet this Issue, and to sustain our flag s&d our
country, aod more than half tbe battle is done. I
Mr J 33U r Bald, oo BO oroioary occasion
would be arise to address the House This
was so Important measure, and ought not to be
pressed through this House.
, If this Hou-e wanted his oo operation In vo
ting men and mony, It must give btm time t
think He thoukbt, if he bad tunc be eould
amend the bill so that he oouid ultimately give
nts vote
Mr WOODS said that In a matter of this
Importance, (eatlmen ired to kear from
the necessity for immediate aotion, I
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their constituents before they act on this oei-
ioo, ana ae wouia oppuie iae auspensiuu vi
role,
Mr. VORIS aid, you will boar from your con
Stituents. and in thunder tones, too
Mr. VORIS said, it tbe members delayed this,
tbey would bear suob thunders ot dlsapprooa
tion as would astonish tbem more than tbe
thunder at Charleston. Tbe people of the
State were expecting prompt, vigorous and
thorough action on oor part. We muat not
wait to be goaded forward by tbe Irresistible
public sentiment.
If this course Is to be adopted in a orisis like
tbe present, tbe Stste might as well be without
a Legislature (A member inquired It tbe peo,
pie did not sometimes make mistakes in the se
lection of their representatives, to which be
replied that those wbo refused tbeir votes at this
hour cf the country's peril would be forcibly
reminded of that truth.)
We are only attempting to respond to a legal
call to protect tbe civil institutions ot our coun
try from tbe disastrous ooosequences of success
ful treifioo; and we are asked to wait and see
whether our constituency are prepared to resist
traitors or not. Away wiin sucb imbecility ana
cowardice!
Tbe threat was srrogantly made at the Con
federate Capital, not ten days ago, that tbe rebel
flig would shortly wave over tbe broken walls
of Fort Sumter and over tbe Capitol at Wash
ington. Tbe first part of tbat threat has been
realized, add we do not know bow soon the oth
er will be attempted.
ine voice of tbe people Is lor tbe protection of
tbe government, and we as their representatives
ought at once to pnt tbs State in a position of
vigorous hostility to treason.
Mr RE1SINGER said be voted against tbe
suspension of tbe rule; but If good reasoLS bad
Deeu given tor It, be should have voted lor it
most cheerfully.
Mr. NIG II said hs had refused yesterday to
vote for referenoe of tbs bill aa hasty, but the
twenty hours past had developed reasons for
acting now. He thought tbe duty of the
House required that ins rule sbould be suspend
ed, aod be hoped members of all parties would
consent to do so.
Mr. SCOTT, of Jefferson, said be was not
one wbo was hasty In action; but befell tbe
importance of prompt ana deoleive action now.
He lived as far from bis constituents as any
other one here, but hit constituents had alreauy
instructed blm. tl read a letter from Steuben-
ville, urging blm to go for full appropriations,
and offering men to the Governor.
Mr. ANDREWS said be bad some time since
decided to vote for the bill Just ss it Is, snd tbat
if be lives wben tbe final vote is tskeu It will
be recorded In its favor; and be would do it
with full knowledge of what be was doing-.
Could otber gentlemen say as much 1 He be
lieved many of tbem did not. Tbe gentleman
fiorn Summit, and several others wbo bad
spoken ou this question, seemed to partake of
toe wild, unreasonable and ungovernable ex
citement that cow unfortunately rules in many
neorion-i of tbe State, and especially he.e about
tbeoapital. Such excitability is of little beiie
fit In any time of trouble. Toe coeds that now
fill the lobbies and cilleries of this Hall mu-t
certainly understand that tbls bill provides for
raising troop and mastering tbem into service;
fjr gentleman in tnelr wild fret ry bave tilked
ab ui, nothing else, and have even intimated
tbat tbose vnu wUhto be tranquil and deliber
ate at tbis importaot moment are cowardly
Mr. A. said he cared little about the epithets
tUi.se crezed gentlemen need It was wrong to
bold lunatics to accountability Tbe measure
before the House was the most important one
ever betore the General Assemoly of Ohio
it was not to provide for mustering troops into
ssrvice it was to appropriate a million ot dol
lars ior tbe expenses of war. Tbe President
had made a requisition for thirteen reg'ments of
foroe upon tow State of Ohio. He aid not ask
of us a dollar of money, so that a few days
time can, In no possible event, make any difTer-
enoe or cause tbe least delay In organizing tbe
soiaiers.
Ia 184C, in the month of June, a requisition
was maae on Obio tor three regiments of troops.
Tbe call was immediately responded to trie
turces In a few das were on tbe march to Mrx
ico, yet not a dollar was appropriated iium tbe
State Treasury. Tbe Federal Government pays
the expenses of forces called out on it order;
nevertheless, he was willing to vote for supplies
aJvunce, but thought constitutional lules
ought not be disregarded in doiug so.
Mr. HILLS said, tbe exigencies of this case
are Imperative; and we cannot shirk therespje
sibility from our shoulders. Every one kuows
tbe intsntion of tbe Conlederate States, tbat it
looks directly to tbs invasion of the Federal
Capital. Tbe telegrams to-day tell us that Jiff.
Davis is to make Richmond tbe headquarters
tbe army be is about to gather around him.
could bave no otber purpose than its con
quest. 1 that comes, what will be our situa
tion then? vassals to tbo rebel power. He hop
ed the rule would be suspended
Tbe vote was then taken on the suspension of
tbe rule, which resulted yews 70, nays 2C
Tbose wbo voted In the (fi mitivo were
Meesrs. Bildwm, BUkes tr, Btetker, Browne,
Miami. Br .wre, cf Putnam Bruff. Barr. Buts,' 1
Carter, Cba.e, CAoatt. C.app, Cover. Cos.;
Davis. Dickey. felloWi,. Flanx IGore. Hadrinv. '
Hamilton, Herrick, Hills, Hitchcock, Howell, :
Jecob., Jo..,. Jones, of Seneoa.
om, MoClung, McConneli, McCune, Mc-ns...
Gavran, McPberson, M maban, Moore, Muss. n.
. . r .. n m r, .
iNign, nuDie, rarrou, mania, neea, oi Mui-
row, Keia, Kooioson, Kucenoroo, octitt, ot Jel
fcrson, Scott, of Warren, Sears, Skinner, S ue-
Squire, Biedman, Steele, Stout B tubes,
Thomosou, of Perry, Thompson, of Sun.mlt.
Trimble, Ttuesdell, VaovxrhU.Vorls, Walker,
watt, weisn, vviuner, wooa, wrient.ot llm.
iltou, Wright, of Warren, Speaker.
Tbose wbo voted In tbo negative were
Me sre. Andrews, Carll-le, Converse, Cury.
Devote, Gamble, House, Hugbes, Hutcbesjo.
Jessup, Jones, Myers, Ogle. Pair, Pearce, Pow
ers, Reiaiuger, Rodgers, Shaw, dojder, Sticra,
Taylor, Weatcott, Wolte and Woods 25
Mr. HILLS moved that tbe House adjourn,
which. motion was disagreed to yeas 23, nays
Mr. WOODS, from the select cemmittoe, to
whom waa referred 11. B. 305 Prohibiting
banks and bankers from tbo circulation of tptoie
paying bank notes) less than par. reported the
asms baok with amendments irom tbe Senate.
Mr PLANTS offered an amendment, so as
include any person In tbe prohibition, which
disagreed to.
Mr. NIGH moved to further amend by ex
cepting manufacturing companies, which was
disagreed to. Tbe vote woe then token on
agreeing to tbe Senate's amendment, which
resulted yeas 46, nays 20. So tbe amend
ment failed, not reosivlng 63 votes.
S. B 89 To provide for organising the vol
unteer militia to be oalled la obedieooe to tbe
proclamation of the President, was read the first
time, when
0Mr. SCOTT, of Warren, moved tbat ihe con
sututlooal rule be suspended and tbe bill be read
second time now, whiob waa agreed to -yeas
C3,najsl0.
Tbe bill wu then referred to the committee
the Militia.
8. B. 894 Relating to the duties of County
Commissioners la certain ooonties, was read the
time. - i
Mr. GAMBLE, from the select committee to
whom was referred H B. 448, made a repoit
thereon, which was ordered I be printed.
Mr NIOH moved that the vote whereby the
House reiused'to concur in tbe Senate amend
ments to H B 305 be reconsidered, and ihat
mouoa do lata on tne tnie, wnicb, was
agreed to, . , ,
The House then adjourned.
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Total recelo'i for Iflfif) tirt uier ri
Paid C lalms by Beath,9b7,050 Cu
Taid Policies surren
dered 41, III Sw
Taid alarlea. Po t
age Taxes, j!rc
change.e e 3!.6'.!0 54
Paid Commissions to
Aaent Sl.JJi 30
Paid Physicians' fees. S Wo 75
Paid Annultie 1.51; Ou
Paid Dividends dur
ing tbe jear 100,500 li 5C5.WI OS Sll.W 14
Net Balance January 1st WJ1 3 8K,J5d (g
ASSETS.
Cashes hand 3Cie4 la
Bonds and Mortgagee on Real
K.tate, worth ooubte the
amount loaned 8 3?,S4 1 &d
Preni'Um Notes, on Policies
In fore, only drawing S per
eent. interest I o?a ul.
Real Esta ' yo n3 if?
Loans oo ecrln Sou 44
Premiums. NoteseDd Cash in
courteof transmission.... 45 3(3 73
Total Assets...
S3 612.5J0 10
1 D T 5 Policies in foroe, isauring. ,o4iti,60
1,435 new Policies hive bean Issued during tie year.
After a careful calculation of ihm nn..., .1
."JSms!? rehrv.T.!0?irri, tte
IZTeZ Difa ..n,'. M W
une paid at the taile rmt.tn.ii .n-i..,..r,-.'
Statement: and Ann eaUoVT ViTO
W'Vuoct ctuaos,
nau
; at the Oilc or Agencies f th Cm-
pany
BJ. 0. HILLS Ft,' fiSS T
It. It. BKBtton. Agent. '
,,., W1 Ne. 4 Juhmon Bool,
March S3, Idttl. . Colrunbra,0.
Cure Gntah CbU, Baremeee. MX.
ea, anvlriuuien vrSormteeUt
troat tceutee IA Bombing Umti (, t
i UoneumptUm. rvnAntu, AtUa
wus. aad Catarrh. Wear Metwie' "'
ttrtunih to the eoice f ,
PSJULttl rciREB '
.and SIN a, ..':! -i,
Few are aware of th Importance of cheeking a Cough ;
"Oommon Gold' in Its flrststag; that woLh la th
urimmnK vgvw 7i,w w Hiua ra-Wfly. IV neglected
ion attacks tbe lunge. "Srovm't SremeJkiat 2iwcAai "
containing demulcent Ingredient, allay Pulmonary and ' '
Bronchial Irritation. . -: ,
BROWN'S
"That trouble tn Bv Threat. rr.
th 'TroeAe' are a rrpeclfle) havln. suds
TROCHES
often a men whisperer."
F. WILUI. ..
"I recommend their us to P cauo riruz-
BROWN'S
IROCBES
. SIT . CBAPW. ,
"Have Brovea ntreraal mitIm.,!. r.- -
BROWN'Binaaaesiivas." . , .
RB V. HKNRT WARD ISIOUIR.
TBOCBK3 "Almost Instant relief to the dlttreaauu-
labor cf breathing peculiar to Aaraau." . .
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'Contal ne Oploss or anything Injarl l
ous." SB. A A. HATflS. 1.
BROWK'3
TROOnBS
BROWN'S
'A simple and Pleasant oanhluttna tv..
CODCHi, AO." '
TROCHES.
PSu w. I. BIQILOW, -
BROWN'S
"Beneflcial ta BaoreowtTT
, LR.J. f.W.LANI, .,:
oatofli.
'I hav n roved thesa imllni e. u
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BROWN'S
mo Cocsa."
KIT. B. W. WABRIN.
TROOHIS
"Beneftclsl when oonnnlleii laank .
BROWN'S
feriogfrem Cold." - - .K -l
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Jit teuie.
"XrrrsuTCAL la reraaviaa gamn. L
TROcnia
BROWN'S
Irritation of the Tor at, so ewae wlh, ,
TROOHIil
sruKBtianS BiMias."
Prof. SfACT JOHNSON :
, teape, fa.,
Teacher of AlutM. Soathara -.
far" Peswl Collage. - -
'If1
'-Oreat benefit when take Wfor mttJ
BROWN'S
TR0CBX3
BROWN'S
praactilog.aeUMypnrveatHoarverMM t '.'o
mrir past euecr., l uunk I
think they wUlbeef ut--
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TROOBBS
maneat advents tn .'
UBV.B.KOWLIT. A.M.. -1 .
BROWN'S
' President of Athene College, Tansi,
TRO0BE3,
Hj"8o!d hy ail Dragglst at TWfNtT
1 rival UKNTI A BOX aQJ
nuiitiiist iiii st,, ,
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snarT-demlln
South High street, Oo)mbu,0.
BENRT K (XII I EH,
(Ut cf "naloei Bstahllahmetit, B f.J ropr1e(or
tne new ior anioaahie BOaving Hair CaU a
Bhampacotng, Curling and Oraasmg Saloon trot Stat
(tree. vr the Poet OtBc wham eatlatacnoo will '
he glva In ail th vartoea kranoha Ladle as a .
Children's Hair Dreeslng Soaa la tha besa style. ' '
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