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TJtNrsilar, NniTb'iO. I80.
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ring ti tlie' Jabt. if as editors we' have
liadehort-comiogs, if ,s your servant,
we 1 have fallen short of your true esti.
mate', let it remembered tbat the duties of
an editor aire onorou-r, the responsibilities
of conducting apubJLo journal great, and
let it bo placed to our credit, that we have
been laboring tot for" one of yoa ' alone,
hut fur all, differing widely as you do, 'in
inaaers,,cdujii'onr habit, 'tlioujjjii 'and
opiaioikviK i-j ,?.;.( .4 , j, , ,
1 n soienoe and philosophy it has oeu
our constant alni iifd' effort- to 'aid .in'tlii
dovQlopement and eVutlisli'moiiVol1 (tn'thl
We have sought the dlsvutioo ' of, morals
and the suppression of, riee the course
of true ' religion,' Wordless 'of sect or
ejli.wl. w,j have labored to promote. Wi th
iaieer force . we could summon, we have
coirXbatted error; we have withheld noth
ing1 froro you In cur judgment calculated
to do good and published nothing fraught
with;a tendency It) harm.',' , , , ,
Id poliii ;s we have , ait been strictly
partiim. we hive knows the influence of
journals in the formation of public senti
ment. VVe bays deapWd with a ooutempt
unuttembla a "hireling p-est" and aouor
dinglv have suffered oulierwa to bs bought
and sold neither by party nor partizins.
We haye been R publioans from no sinin
ter motive, with no WiSsh end, but from
cho;c, bocau4 we deemed the principles
of ihe Republican party best calculated to
promote the late'reat of te peolpe, most
i:on lurive to tlie general welfare of a com.
inon country. I& advocating tbe oieasurss
of the Uepublioan prty, we have not stU
tW our voine U its error, fnr faied 10
record our judgment agams'l Vis wrongii,
nor ,av we fail, d to do jtjatit.e to men or
measures becsuse of a party to wbiob in
the main we Hood opposed. - We have
bern onsrvative we trust honestly sod
consistently io. The , ''(innifi" of the
North hove not escaped . our censure b.
cause soiing with the party of our choice,
but with whntever foiee ws conirulled they
have been censured, with wiialevi power
we possessed they have been condemned.
We have net foolishly sought lo cover up
heirdnrgerous doctiine nor spologiji for
The. madmen of the South Imve been
denounced, not because they were Demo
crats, but because titer ir teaohings Were
dangerous aad their doctrines false. We
bsva opposed the Democratic parly pure
ly from prinniple. We Inre laid of it
some bitter tbinga but we take it not with
out sufficient csoae. We bed seen a great
party, gradually undermining lliuooinii'u
tioo aud s.apping the foundutiuns (lie
government. , Wu seen it deserting
tbe piimitive teaebings of the KailieM sail
gpinif over to aid in the . piop'igeiipa of
linmto bondage. We bad seen it arrsj-eil 1
sirut what we had oonoieved lo. be.tb
trus jutoresis of Iho country, .VY, ha
seen it headed by unscrupulous, ,di ma
gogues who had uaed it as a ineansto sub
serve their corrupt and swludi U.'
ing and feeling these tilings lb Jitile 'Jgtll
o( bltUrusfs"; in oui oatura boiled, up
and mn, over. . ,., .f.,, ., .
tin eiany things we may have erred, but
isr srrvr was one of judgment; and out
wilful aod perverse. lt the inture, we
shall hope so be foaod standing where
have stood before, with truth our motto,
"right" our aim and reason our uids.
In politics, upon tbe prinoiplos of ilia
Fathers wild (he best interests of a com
mon country at heart, euraim oonalitiruop
ai liberty Union, and the greatest good kll House amendments except tho pro
tbegrea'est numbers. , .: tl . ,, , .Wil agaiust the $10,000 drsft. i This the
In sellieg the Usaelte we have not sold i Sueate would not surea to. and it wss reo
.our friends, either politically or otherwise, jomended by the oomuiittea that the llouso
We would Score auuh.au act, as a menu-, recede. The chairman Mr, Harlan, said
nsss unpar.looabls. Our tlivi d time ha hsd voioJ for the . protest but , rather
bas never permitted as to do justiue toour
pstarr srti we wers -.constrained to reel
tikt not only our interest! hut those of our
patrons demanded the change. The ex
isfeiHof twe Kepeblioan papers in tbs
oountf has been a perpetual drawback up
on you politically end we felt lhat' if they
eould be eoasolidatsd under ihe oooirol of
one gooi mm, ynu woul l be famished a
belter paper and have (he orawlm k remo
Dr. Soott who Is our" suoesor "and
ii'0Ui(h whom this union Is sff-iet9'..'wiir
be abU lo furnish you , a much belter j!
per thsn you have heretofore had." flav1
If H I'isodoasd his profession be ,wilj lie
vote hit ejtiie time and ..er7V to vour in
terests, "heia aa xperieucedy wntjorv fia
will gie rou a'rsadsble paper-' Born and'
.rd a WJiig,he.hae fought the Demooralto
party rout.ila ineepiioa sod wl sutisfy f ou
rslitieally, tLet us vr you (hen to give
im your bearty and uniid suppo.l,-. ,
Againlet nr ttdef yoii oqr grstilude
for your past patronsger - 'Let os ask you
(o overlook any errors of judgment we may
have committed. "Let the dead past bury
its 'evil' desd,"but let its good things live
forever. Cunitt A Sun-im.
Ccreeepovdeuce ol the Cincinnati Gatelle
CoiUMBCS, Ma rub 84.
Mr. FUgg, il eppears, vUaiued the
Constitution with very little effect id lis
speech in favor of the bill for the erection
of a new Deaf aod Dumb Asylum. Tbe
me.ss.nre was Hast Dight killed, aod this
lorpfnf an aU
uitt-rli. J I- am to;
for do or. a? Whoas
visited uie presen
Asylum Wilding can
duubt that another edifice is gritty need
d.rhitiWr Ihge Isabsolulff danger to
mi rrres 01 tne lumates tiir uffirthe time-
worn condition of lie house, as was as"
serted in dtbtte, may be questioned; but
11 is hardly well lo wait, lor the present
i . .11 . . .
nown le'ore soother
''mining ts commenced,
One l.eavy, bnt ben-6cient labor has
unHett ken l y the Joint Judiciary
viMiiiiiiihc a 11 iv in iu uuuiiy tun criini
liaMawt of the Slate to co thoroughly
over ih preseut ertminnl statutes, and tbe
cra4)n Jbt snia. subject, .and
report next winter , a eurpplete code of
ujiiiiibi ijriH-uuure. . . ,
Tflie committee Undertake ibis much
npeded work, by authority of a r solution
flared by Ju'lee Key in (lie Senate one
ol th ablest snd most industtious men I
have known lo sn experience of three
h-uitlalures., He has rarely been absent
frem (be ;y dining the eenion,. . spd is
hard ly ever, out of bis sst. Indeed, if
lininilton county, must be , teprt'sented by
D mocrats jn it e Ohio Senate, I do not
think she can find, three men in her i bor
ders lo will care more jealously for her
interest ami i'a wtlfsrc of live Stale at
laree, than Mmts. Key, Holm8 and
Furue'on, I know', that you , bear jMie
Infer little love, but I know also tlutt the
OHSelte appreciates talent, and industry,
very wUeie , Ne'itliet of'lltese men, while
all ,'lifee- ar decidejl Pmprats, is, a bit
tr Darlta,flv' Itjii erhaps for ihje reason
.that (lie, YledersbJp" 'jihe', pemocracy
aa llei)'; a'.'irreat' pleasure,' Jo.' Mr.
Sebloioh a good parliamentarian, but tp
no ofhsf way .lilieir.' e q'usl. ".' ,
You Jiave. already . been ( told , bow the
Ucuse came painfully iolo i possession, of
(lis tint lor ibiting lli publiopriu.ing; and
)0U nave puuim'.bd an epmils , evlraonli
nary on iuih inioresiing suojefli, irom tlie
Staie 1'iinit r to the Democratic members
of ihr House, i. . !, , , ,
This alternoon Dr. Scott, wLobssbecu
maoauitig (bis bilL in the House, and: has
hiadu it e cnsuieniiou apeciality, called
it up, and moved its engrossment. Then
aioie s rate and inteiesiingi content, the
enrmies ol . the ; bill stiiving by every
means iu their pwer to bsve its passage
d. iajsi until next winter, wlie the ,pnot
Ing will bave again been lit or two
The Gist motion wss lo refer ; it to, the
Committee vn Printing in the House.
Dr. Scott spoks aceinst this reference, ex
plaining tlie proviaioos. of tbe bill, , and
showing bow it would prevent overcharge
rs in the press-work, destroying tie busi
n se o'tuying up lower lidders, by re
quiring every bidder lo exeoutp a -bond
tbst lis will take the tontiaet il it is award
ed to ,bim li ,-,-: fi , I -i ..ir
" Mr. Andrews fired ssatteringly in ' re
lurni i His 6nly Apparent aim being tbst
lbs illougi s'.iould show its respect to the
Piintip Committee by making the usual
're Woe."" '
Mr. Hill said he'bsd rio objection to (lie
bill wihu lo tlie Committee if it could be
noosiJeted and reported back in lime for
tha aetioei of tba Honsn, but everybody
knew that, it oould not, and this refereuoe
was merely a rule lo delsy aod defeat- llie
bill. lie wss frequently interrupted with
(iiiHiiions, but s'ated bis points clearly and
effOlively. ' . ' ; i ; ... . - . i . i
When the question of referenee wss
put it was negatived with a roar,
Tin a ihs Home made one or Iwo ver
nal amendments of no great onnsequehce.
And hem a curious illuitrelion of ths bene
tit of referring the bill to a Printing Uiimv
inilteo occurroJ. ; Mr. Urowu, the 'ohair
man, movinit that the work be tloue in
furmi of eight pages rnateod of ats:teen,
(wliiuh would leave the dotibls-cliarging
nor ooinplained of as possible ss before,)
gravely announced that a firm of eight
pages waa a loktn, and Ihut no printer
pretended to do work in sixteen page
Ilia uiulaks was promptly exhibited by
Mr. Ivrum, who picked up a volumo ol
laws py the Stats printer, and showed .iy
the numerals of . the signatures, for tbe
guid'anceef tho binder, Unit ewury form, of
ihe book was si(ien pages
The House rejected ths nmeudment,. re
fused to postpone the bill, ordered its. imr.
mediate u groamt!iil, aud pased. it with
fj'non.n JJirfoily after the Senate agreed
to tbe House amsodments, and the bill i.
06W iaW. j lw ,. 'v' -i-
The little battle wa very healed, ! and
occasioned unpleasant personal refursnces
whioh rvtiillier side ought to have iaJulgod
in, though they were provoked by ibe in
emiss ol the bill. 1 . . i .. ' " .
Tbe , rxuilsinent attendants upon this
struizgld had hardly subsided, when the
House area brought lo a double white heat
by the report of the Committee of Con
ference on the. Appropriation . Hill. This
report was that Ibe Ssuato had aoeeedud lo
'' iu"- tw Appropriation uut, ne wouiu
be willing to bave the prutestiug tlauso
a.tiokn out, ! Half a dossil .other gentle
iunu spoke to Ihe same nll'eet, aunounoiug
their inlenliou of protecting ou the jour
nal in Ihe usual way.
Mr. Andrews led oo ths opposition
Urv. and spoke with heat and foroo.
Pending (he disoussion, u rsuoss was taken
till af)r supper.
. Mr. CUpp spoke for recession, and Mr.
Tanoeyliill followed against, iu one of hit
peculiarly powerful and eloquent speeubsa,,
dufiegjwliioh, with hia wool frai, in
"tine MreiUyrolling"' be, touobed , upon
nearly every subject under hesveu, ud
wiiiid up with aa allusion to the charge
that e(Ueueruer Cbase bad been advising
members not U insist, upon this protostj
Ue aaJd jijiat if able were true, Gov. Cbaso
was tlie veer est nincompoop ever brsd up
op flapdoodle, and utterly unworthy Jo, bo
Governor, . S nalor or fenoe,, viewer.
With this irfosietable piect of rhelorio, h
sat dowa..' , , -'! , ,
' Then the vole came, aod the House ts-
ceeded from its protest by a majority of
one. No Democrat, of course, voted for
Ihe reoision. Ciiiuir.v.
Debute on the Protest Questiou.
Saturday, March, ?5.1
One of the most exoiting and spirited
legislative debates of the prer-eLt sessjoq,
arose this afternoon in the House, on Mie
report of the Committee of Conference-,
recommending tbat the House recede Irom
its amendment, incorporating in'o the
General Appropriation Bill a protest with
re fete nee (o ihe payment of the sixteen
i'.iiouaand ,ijillar overdraft it.ra '
i iiwiiciu YTfjuuiai. nrw ik iuiiowv;
jTf nole llieAudiferi IComp'ttollfr
antIl'reiasureK of Stale tb bajarice their
aecoiintB with section three ol the Ohio
Oaoila fii- the rear 1 857i thaHim of'ut-
teeu thousand- (hrei; hundred and eighty
three dollars and eighty .cents; bat -en ma
ktDg this sppropristion, the Genersl As
sembly protests against this, sod all other
drafts ol money .from.. the- Treaeury, not
authorized by law aod in pontrsvention of
the Con.ati'utiobv sr.d thirtatufes, and is
on ly- msde in ccnsidwstiou thatihe public
ofheets acbd honestlr snd in coop fsiih.
and that Ihs money) was faitlifully applied.
to the publio use."
Whether Tf wag'buf of mere" icfirfosily Br
the result of accident, or a general' belief
tbat somsthing ' interesting wss about' te
occur, by reason of the near approach ol
the close of the session, or whether a fesr
that an implied oecsure' was about to be
in tlieted on certain ex olhoial functionaries
certain it. is, that scarcely had -the de
bate commenced on tbe question of agree
ing to (he report of the Commit tee of Con
feronesi before' the number of spectstors
in the lisll yitihiy increased Until ilia ball
wss prerty 'well' filled; snd If there were
not anxious faces,Mhsie' was, at least, sn
Unucual interest ' msnifeited in the de
bate, which, nnder Ordinary circumstan
ces, would have been highly flattering to
fbe Wakirs. ' .' '' '-'
'. Among those -present I noticed :ur dis
tinguished Senator eleot.1 ;WK)oiit ' wish
ing to flatter, I msy ;irn'y ' say thst theru
fro some pefcche,'toade wbickhs parlia'
me n tsry effor H'we re b fth!y ! cred i(s bis' (6
tbose'whrj nJsde1 tltem.-V"5'"" ,l!
' rMr. Mussbri,1 of Chsmpiiin! cftunly s
member whe has hitherto bad but littl i to
my, bnt who had already established a
reputfttldn smong His members 'of 'being a
man of excellent sense snd uncompromi
sing indepsndence, spoke as follows:
Mr. 8peaket:We are' ssk'ed by the Con
ference Committee lo IScede', and the gen
tleman' frftm Union point's out the way.-
Ho says vote for the Appropriation Bill;
snd then protest: ' Bo'' far , ss (his bill is
concerned I bave toted with 'a hisjorlty in
this House. " Let' tbe gnfleHiS'pply the
argument lo himself. ' Let him' vote for the
appropriation- bill . wilb ' ihe amendment,'
and afterwards protest. Will be dq it?
Nosir, ' Wlijr'then ask me to' do that
which the i gentleman himself will not do?
I have listened patieutly ' to tbe argu
ments of gentlemen who disapprove of this
amendment, and ' so far,' sir, not' 'a single
man upon this floor has attempts to justi
fy the overttroft. There is hot a raaD in
this House who does "not know that it was
s flagrant violation of conslitulionsl Isw.
If so, dare1 we not ulterour dlsapproba
tion of ah ic(, which allj both Republiosns
and Democrats,'' condemn as such? For
my pat1!, elr, shall hot attempt to stultify
my vo(.""Tli()re"it la,' nd 'tne re It shall
remalii'." Itl this' I ktidw'nd party I con '
de'm'n ho psry',' I simply assert riiy dis
apbr'ohiion pi a "wrorig. .' "" " ' ' '
We knoW 'what appliances bave been
mailo.' "How every poodle nd sbepnrd
dog in' the'. Republican, camp bad' bayed
out.1, All day yesterday we witnessed tlie
pressure from outside' and 'inside ths bar '
Gentlemen were button-lioled,' UDtil now
he nab'point 'out divers fonverslons. ,
, 'Ever'man'io ibla House may reoede;
but', sir, I. for one, shall not shrink from a
decla'rstton df my OplniocsY' As ' between
parly Snd conscience, my course is plain.
I wobld rsth'cr' trample upon,' niy party
thsn my conscience. Therefore I shall
vole against the report of ths 'Committee
Several speeches Wore then ' 'made on
both sides ol t,lie question, when Mr. Par
rot mule it speech which was ' lisened to
with' marked attention.1 " " "' ', '
'Mr.'ParroCons of the menihers Irom
Motitgnrnery couhly.and a brother to Mark
J., of Kansas notoriety, Is a young man of
ilimir utivo stature mid youthful appear-
siieo, but full of Hint quality known ss
lie. Ion, has spoken nut soldum, but al
ways with Hood suooesF, He seems to
h.ivo tlie good sense, and taste notlo thrust
himself into the foreground of a picture
vlieii that part or it shotihl be occupied
willi a more venerable figure. Having a
niagnlli"enl voine, wliic,h, cooslilering llie
almost I.iUiputiiiu proportions of tbe speak
erV strikes every listener, with wonder, and
possfslnrr' a'alear, vlorous'and cultivated
miniV.'Mr. Pa'rri is destitied to nuke s
noise in tho world in more seuscs (ban one.
He spike ss (olLws:
Mr.' Speaker: Whon the: Appropriation
Bill wstj under consideration the other day,
I gave the reasons by which I was gov
erned iu voting to rola'n in the bill an a
niendment put there by the Hepuhliaaii
vote of Ibis House. I say by Republican
vote, for' although the amendment which
bas men, rise lo this Committee of Con
ference, wss first offered by the member
Irom Auglnixo, a Democrat, yot it was vo
ted into this bill by forty llepubliosn
rotes, and but thirteen are record' d against
it. ' , '
Il it truo that immediately nftsrwsrds
lliflio gentlemen' turned round snd en
deavored (o striiie out the amendment, be
ususe, ss they siild, they had been taken
in a net whioh the cunnliR' Ripiesentalive
from Auglaico hsd spread for them, and
that I adhered lo my original position be
cause I did not deem myself ,to have been
li.lled. they say that It was as a matter
of compromise! hat they voted for lhat a-
memlintMit, while I voted lor it as a mat
ter of principle. But there stands the re
cord, ths Appropriation Bill, with the a
nmndment voted into it by Republican
votet. ' ' , "
! dci not mean lo rehearse the reasons
which were gincn for my oouna at the
time. Sudlue it to ssy, that they sppsar
ed to me satisfactory then.' ' 1 have delib
erately weighed them since, and they are
satisfactory tome" Bow.' 1 ''; 1
Nil', Ho attempt is made to convince mo
and (boss Republicans with whom" I am
acting iti this matter, of our error.' If ertor
there be, but we sre simply denonnoed: ac
cording to tbe gentlemen who indites those
spicy letters from the capital to Ihe Cin
cinnati Commercial, We hava written our
selves ; down as "Dochsrrys." Well, ss
to thnl, I am willing to abide' the 1 verdiot
of "a oandid world." I am aorry
gentleman thinks so of us. I de.iiro to
stand well with all Ihe newspaper men, and
especially with tho trenchant writer for
the Commercial, but even bis good opin
ion doss not outweigh .my coosoientious
Conviotions of duty.- Neither am I fright
ened Irom my "propriety by the obarge
fbat 1 have been d ped by tlie Democracy
or the insiuuati -i list. I am s.tioj; sgsinst
my party, t y -
It tins is sci, I look sround me and find
Republicaus who occupy, tbe highest
plaues, etlhebsads of committees and
other high positions in ..this House, vho
voted sgsinst their own party aud with
die Democrats against this smendment,'
and then sgatu voted with the Democracy
aliiiost unanimous against the Appropria
tion bill as an entirety Wbst shall be said
of then? ; , "
Sir, I bavs reoeived no new light such
ss seems to have broken in upon the mind
of my friend from Mismi, ' And what is
that? Why, that unless we adopt . this re
port of the Committee bLi Conference arid
lecede from Our nmeudment, the Appro
priation Bill will be lost.
" T attitipate' no such "result. '
But suppos it does occori where will
the resposnsibility rest? 1 Not with as, sir
but witb tbat minority wbiob peremptorily
demands that the smendment shall be
:. It is admitted upon all hsnds tbat this
overdraft was a violation of (be letter, of
the Constitution sod tbe law; It is admit
ted tbat this smendment does not refjeot
upon the motives of the officers by whom
this overdiaftwas made.buton the oontrsry;
no barm is shown ss likely lo result from
this protest against this , uncoaslitutione'.
and illegal practice of taking mosey out
of the Treasury without any appropriation;
and yet giving" us no rs'.ioo tberefor. it is
demanded that shall strike . down the
action wjiiut ...we took under the pressure
of our oath is to preserve tbft constitution
.tad (be laws lalaot, a d we are threatened
tbst if we fail to yield our conscientious
convictions the Appropriation Bill shall be
defeated.. If the State is prepared for this,
the responsibility is with thenu. . , .
i Now & 9 i(iis report of Ibe Committee
I say, with mj friead from Law renne, tbst
our opinions were not represented in tbst
conference.,. ,,.- .., ' , , . -, . , .
( Tbe gentlemen oonstituiinc; ibe Com-
miltcft, a( voted against the majority of
ifiis uuuav oil uie queeoon 01 leoeOing
from tho saiendmcnl. And what conces
sion's made to our feelings or to our con
victions, to the i sport,.' Absolutely none.
It is true that tbe Senate agrees to ooncur
in si! tbe other amendments made to- (he
bill in the House, but of-what character
ure, Ibey? ,Why, sir, mere questions of
expediency, i. It is not a matter of so much
moment whether (he Asylums shall bave
a few hundred dollars more or less we
will not stickle about that but a conces
sion in that bebslf is : no equivalent for
yielding this smendment, which is a
question of principle and high Stale poli
i But we are told that we can enter our
individual protests upon the Journal.
That is (rue. 1 nt wbs( ohjeotion lies to
this course that doss not squally apply (o
tl:? In iholone osse we make individual
protests that perhaps may satisfy an elas.
tio.consoienee and Justify us before our
sonstituents, but will be impotent ss to
any influence on future Sists actiot.: in the
Other Disappropriation and the protest to-
getner, a legislative set.
Hutu what we want, e letiislative dis-
spprohation of this frequent disregard fct
(lis uoustituiion, wliiob begau under a
Democratic and has strengthened under a
Republican Administration. Sir, my coo
icieoco and my judgment uonjoined lo ap
prove ins vote l gava Tor tins smendment:
I see no reason lo regret it: 1 shall not take
The course which Messrs. Parrott. Nitth
Mason snd McClung have seen fit lo pur
sue iu this milter has already provoked,
snd will further ptovoke censure and ani
madversion rrom certain quarters which
makes sn so live belief in llie infallibility
of the character and deeds of certain men a
test of political orthodoxy.
My principal object in wriiing this let
ter is that these men might Imve an oppor
tunity of justifying their action on this
sul'jeel. Without expressing any opinion
upon tbe soundnsssof their position, I can
truly sty that thry have shown a commend
able spirit of independence. Johannss.
Cnu'Miiiis, March 26.
' ' SENATK.
The Senato hsd but littlo business to
transmit until late this,evening, being in
waiting for the House lo act.
Mr. Stanley's bill for the redemption
and final payment of the public debt of
Ohio was amended snd passed in tbe
House, and cnina b ck to the Senate, when
the amendments were conuured in, and
the bill will be a law when enrolled and
signed. Tho two material amendments
in ill House provide 'or final psyment of
'.he Stitlo debt in 1891 instead of 1881.
It also provid-s for ths sale of five per
cent, bonds at private sale.
The Senate confirmed the following ap
pointments by ihe Governor: Theodore
Comstoek of Columbus, Direotor of Ohio
Penitentiary for one year from date, Na
thaniel Morion of Franklin county, Direo
tor for two ysare, an I Henry E. F arsons
of Cuyahoga, for three years from dats.
Several conference committees were ap
pointed, and the Senate took a recess un
til after tea.'
A cH of the House was made at 2
o'olook snd duly seventy two members
nnsweied. The Scrg-ants-at-Arras were
sent for absentees, with orders to arrest
any found starting for. home. The rail
road trains were watohed until tboy had
Tbe llouso resumed the consideration of
the bill to lease the publio works, and
making appropriations for them.
Mr, Parrot moved to provide that, in
oase the works are aot leased, the gross
imount of appropriations for repairs shall
not sxooed the gross reouipts of tlioir rev
enue mtro than $25,000. Agreed to.
After further amendments, the bill was
engros.-ed for a third reading at 5 o'clock.
At that hour it wss taken up, when fur
ther effort was . unsuccessfully made to
amend it. and tho bill pajsed, , Yeas 66,
nays 33. . , . ,.
- Mr. Jones' S. B., securing to ' married
women whose husbands are intemperate,
or nxgleot to provide for their families,
personal properly exempt from execution.
It provides that a matried man who is
intemperate, or bas deserted hia wife, or
neglects to provide for the support of bis
Umiiy, shall not ssll any personal proper
ty exempt from exeoutiou without the con-
.sent ol bis wile; and il stioh sale be made
lo any person having kuowledgo of the
faol.the wife may reoovar snmo by suit, for
tue value tuercoi.
The Baldwin Bill.
' The mechanics of the country are up
in arms in defense of their rights. Bald
win's miserable and infamous bill in tbe
Ohio Legislsture to pieveot "strikes"
and punish strikers bas justly sroused their
indignation. We learn that a mechanics
association is forming in Lancaster. We
bops their legitimate efforts to ellevate
ually may b$ cTowned Vltb. suWss.We,
publish below snextraot from, a commu
nication furnished , tbe Independent Press
at ZaneSville Ohio,' tbat will be real witb
Ibterest. "' i V
"We see that a certain man bv t' e name
of Baldwin, introduced a Bill in the House
of Rebresentatives of ther State of Ohibj
to punish Mechanics for daring to resist
the oppression of smploysrs", who'are con
tinually grinding the faces of the poor, by
the contemptible system of paying for la
bor, (with the iborfalnsbla ' ttsth' called
'OitDEHsV and who in1 many oases reluse
to pay at all, no lees a disoount of ten and
twenty sod even thirty per cent, is given
tbem by their employees; when in certain
cases tbe poor men are compelled to raise
a little cash, , But who is this Baldwin,
"tbst is cutting up such tricks before
bie,h Heaven that the very Angels weep."
Why, he is tbe worthy deoiple of "Mr.
Nabob Todd" of infamous memory, the
latrir of tbe Conspiracy Bill No: 1, tbat
was introduced two weeks before tbe same
Bsldwin a Bill of ambiguous meaning in
one sense, but explicit enough to punish
nonesi ueclianics tor asking lor tbeir bard
earned money from the ' greedy grasping
tyrants who like "rodd 'are fattening and
growing lich on the life blood and sweat
of ihe men who are so unfortunate aa to
serve suub masters. What are they aim
ing at witb tbeir Conspiracy jlius, and
their "Bills to cuoisbi Mechanic' for
striking, when - employers ' inflict preal
wrongs npon -the i working men? Why
they supose, because Ihe working men of
the free Stales bave lost sight of tbeir own
interests, end mixed themselvta np in tbe
foolish political questions of tbe day, tbat
they the monied men osn put rn the
icrewi a little tighter and .squeeze more
wot k out ol their victims, snd pay them
less for it, snd if the men should hsve a
spark of freedom left, snd should make an
effort lo regain their rights, then, put the
eonspiracy law in force and - orusk - them
down to tbe very dut ol tlis esitb, and
kick tberu sfte.wsrde for falling. ' v
Perhaps my 'readers may think that
I overdraw the picture,' but they wilt come
to a different conclusion if .they go to the
City of Cleveland and enter ths workshops
of Davy Todd, and a certain Mr. Baldwins;
'.here you will find, (in Todd's shop) a
foreman who will tell yoa (bat Todd's bill
is just and ri) ht in all its provisions, and
if workingmen hsve Ihe audacity to 'Strike'
they ought to be punisher. Speak to one
of the men and you are told by the fore
man, "that lie will do the talking and the
men must do Ihe work," Go toBsldwio's
msnnfactory and ask 'one of the men em
ployed there s question and op steps a boss
and informs yoa "(hai (he men ' of this
shop are all employed bv tbe dv." "No
talking allowed here Sirl", "What do you
wish l(S aa " "rrniS.I Aa iV tinnA Am ie "
, ... , ,. -..y ... ,
call again sir,' call Sgaiu." This is a free
oountry, is it?' This is a land of free
lahor and free speech, is it? American
oitizuns'are guaranteed by their Constitu
tion, fresdom of thought, word aod action,
ss long ss they violste no law, and
act right toward their fellow men. But
Todd and Baldwin are not satisfied with
using their men ss if they were slaves, but
they muBt coin new lews snd msks them
selves odious to every honest msn io Ohio.
In 1858 Todd came to Newark and spoke
for four hours about our frse counliy aod
our noble institution, and to listen to hid.,'
he appeared to be a sincere lover of free
dom, instesd of a foul niouihed, hypocrite
as his conspiracy Bill proves him tobe.- :
Workincmon are opposed to strikes more
than Employers are, arid' strikes never
would occur if strict justice was done by
ivau ivosu iorporauons anu oiner employ
era, to (he men employed. The Stuben
villa tk Indiana Rtilroal Company, for
instance, often discharges men without
paying tbem a cent, snd sometimes the
man sooiuelly wronged, have got logo to
tbe poor bouse snd tske their families
with them. Other men when they leave
the servic.s or tins K. it. Company bave
got to sell their ''time for thirty cents oti
the dollar, in order to get some of the
money that they honestly earned. They
would never get a cent ' by any other
proocss. Home employers pay off with
orders on their own stores, and in giving
their stale, musty goods, in exchange for
work performed, they oheat the Mechanic
thirty per oflnt. If Todd and Bsldwin
would reform some of these abuses, that
laboring men have to contend against; and
ii tne legislature or ibe Hiate would pass
a law that would compel Judge Jewett to
pay his men promptly, instead of ohest
ing them and swindling them, as is ths
esse now; snd if the l'residont of the Ma
honing Rail Road Would do his duty to
his workingmen and treat tbem, and trust
them as it they bad feelings, as other bu
man beings bave, we would never hear
anything more about "Strikei,"and"Todd,
Ualdwin, and JNero oould hsve a tea
party of their ' own and travel through
"tunes" and tight witb each otber as
muoh ss they please.
Let messy in conclusion tint those two
infamous Bills, ars insults that will never
be forgo'.ten by the Mechanics of Obio,
and I hopeevsry workingman in the Slate
'will take time, by the forslook' and enlist
in the great army of Association; snd then
those tyrants will see, that we too, can
make Laws, and vole and combine to raise
our fallen liberties up from the dust.
"The last grain of Band broke lbs Csmels
back" and tho worm will sometimes turn
and bite ths foot that tramples upon it, and
Tyranny will give tyrants time to think,
let Todd k Co, remember that there is a
'Time a righteous time, reservea In fate,
When all opprettort of mankind thall feet
The miseries they gtv snd blind ly Sght
-yTiiK Charleston News is rather
dispoaod to hope thai tlie PougUsites will
csll a convention for thorn wives. It would
have faith in a purely Southern convention,
one that would repudiste tha abominable
prinoipla of Squatter Sovereignty.
AiT Gov, CoHwtsj was irt New York on
Monday, on Ills wsy to Conneticut, where
he proposes to appear on the stump, in be-
halt of tho Republicans. ,
A Tribute or Bsj set.
Tbe City Council having learned of the
death of Mr. Henry F. Blairx one of its
members at a meeting held 27th inst,
On motion a committee ollbree wss ap
pointed lo draft resolutions expressive of
their deep regret st his death, one of their
bretbern p,f tbe Council, (
Wlreuppnnsotiowiojf preamble an-
lT adojitsd N f xn
resoldtioDt VereVeported and unanimous-
! : f
WiraBXAs,, It has pleased Almittaty d'P'S,
io reniove from amongds Hnry J BlaIhk
a mess W of thisCounoil, therefore lie it:
' Resolved, Thst we lesrn witb extreme
regret Ihe sad intelligence of the death of
our brother Counoilmnn,HsNRr F. Blairb,
and tbat ws tender our kindest sympathies
to ths friends snd relatives of the deoeased
in this tbe hour of tbeir deep affliction, and
Resolved Tbat in bis death the City
Counoil has' lost one of its most effioiejt
members, aod ons ever ready to' maintain
tbe right and oppose the wrong in the dis
charge of any dutv. - - ,
. . . , , O. E. Davis.
, . , N,: Ycdno, y Com.
.. J. YoUNOHAsa
Attest W. L. Kino. Clerk,
. 3TSome of the identical lot of lea
wliiob was thrown overbosrd io the Boston
harbor in 1770, is in possession of Mr.
unarlta liosmer ol HirUord, Connecticut.
This speoimen was gathered up on the
bosuh at Dorchester the succeeding day, r
tW Remember the grand mass meelins
Meurt. Editor t: Please announce the
name of ISAAC KERNS as An indepen
dent demoorstio candidate for Township
Trustee. , . . , MANY VOTcilto.
' " ttlAHItlED.
Oo' the 25th inst , by Rev'.. P , 0, Ben
adum, Mr. James Law, and Miss Deliau
Fwcu, all of this city.
Un tbe 22d, inst., at the Tallmsdge
House, bv Rev. J. F. Rinmund. Mr.
Samuel W. Albright and Miss Catha-
kin K. Grubk, both of this county.
Un the 15th inst., by the Hev. Thomas
Drake, si the residenoe of Peter Rsdebsugh,
Mr. Solomon Miller and Miss Mary J.
Radebauqh, both of this county.
, On tbe 25th inst., by the same, Mr John
Rauh and Miss Puillipa Durst, all of this
un lbs ,zznd inst,, by the Kev. John
Wsgenhals,Mr. Isaac Fisiibauou and Miss
Luoinda K. Decker of Violet township.
rrVIE HAMMONTON FARMER. A newipaporde
1 VnUid lo I.llerarT and AffrlciiUiire, alto ntting
forth full atcounta oflhe new Hatlleinantaf Hsmmou
ton, tn Now Jorsey, can ! aulucrttied for at only 85
inolois portAg-esiamniror the amount. Aaurettio
Editor of the Puriner. tlammonton Pout Offlce, Jeffer
son county. Now Jey. Thow wishing- cheap land
or tho beat quality, In one or the seaitiitosi ana most
delightful cltimttet In the Union, snd whero eroptaro
never eut down by frott, the terrible scourge ef tbe
North, lee ndverlliflinoul of Haioiuoutoo Mmla
: , DR. HOOPLAND'S
. ,..'..... .. AND ,, '. , ,, -
DR. IIOOFLAND'S IIAILSAUIIC .
CORDIAL., .. ,
The great ttmdari medicinti of the preterit ' tl
tgt, have acquired their great popularity only '
through yean tf trial. Unbounded talirfatf
Hon it Tendered hy than in all eteetf and the
people have pronounced them teorlhy. '
ilTer Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility of tho Nervous Sjstcm, .
Diseases of the Kidneys, . .,
and all diteaiet ariiing from a disordered '
liver or veakneti of the etomach and tlijtilive
organi, are tpeedily and permanently cured by '
Me GERMAN BITTERS. ; " ' ''
The Balsamlo Cordial 'la nei'ml aA
feputation turpatiliig thai of any tim'ilarpre
jiaration etlaifl. Ituill cure, wiTUOit rtiL,'
the mott levere and on-i(unoiHy
Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In
. flusrua, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient t
and ha performed the most ustonkltitig cure
ever known of ,
A few dote will alto at once cheek and
cur th mott terete Diarrhoea proceeding
from Cold in tiis Bmrti.s.
Thete medicine are pretared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson & Co., No. UH Arch Street, Vhilo
delphia, Pa., and are told by dni'igittt ami
dealer in medicine eceryiclicre, at 75 cent
per bottle, ThttijnntureofC. M. Jacksos
teill be on the onttide wrapper of each bottle..
In the Almanac published annually by the
proprietor, called Kvkbydouy's Almanac
you u-ill Jind tetlimony and tommendatory
notketfrom all parte of the country.. These-
Almanac are gicen away by all our agent. '
8oldbyKAUPFMA!t : CO., Lancaster, Ohio.
August IS, l5B-tyl6
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
tt 11TK will sell on easy lorina, A TWO
STORY HOUSB Aft 0 LOT. situa
ted ou Whseltna- street, iu Lancaster Ohio.
There It a good Well, Cittern and Stable on tho Lot,
ana it tltstted In Ihe most healthy part nrihecuy.
., KTINUHCOMB CLAKKK, Agents.
Lancaster, March 15, I860 5wtS
ISC OS til. JtxX.tj0t3.
JOTICK Is hereby given, thst a Petition will I
presented to the Commissioners of lalrUvl
it nly, on the Srat Monday of Juns next,
the vacation of to much of the Koatl leading from
ijincasterinnavensport atrunauiagonaiiy tnrougn me
West half or Section Fineen sod Ihe Northeast cor
ner of Section Sixteen. In Greenfield Townahln. In
said County. MANY PKT1T10NKRS.
March 15, 1800 iwtS
WM.H.K1NQ. J.S. FKE1IAB
Dentists, Lancaster, Ohio.
HAVING associated themselves in the profession,
sre preps red to plate, Sit, extract Teeth snd
perform promptly all operations perlalulng lo their
ue ricK oiety minding, Mu street, wesi or in
Hocking Valley Hank.
Lancaster, February 9, 1M0 (ltf
CHANGE J)F TIME ,
aTVH and after Monday, O.e. S.1S5D, the schedule
f of tliueforTralnsou this road, Loavlu, Lancas
lei will be as follows:
No. 9, Psssengor tl II 85 A. N., arriving st CinctU'
Freight and Accomm Jdatton Train at 8 80 P. M
departure at 4 ID A.M. arriving at Cincinnati all ii
no. l.Pnstengerat3S3P.M, arrlvlngttZsneavllle
alius P.M.,makinKd!recteonnect!onaforlhe Bast.
Freight snd Accommodation Train at) 83 P.M.
arriving at Zanssvlllt st 1030 A.M. Making direct
connections for the Katt and West via. the Central
Ohio Railroad. Passengers for Columbus will take
Ihit Train. The above Trains stop al allsialtons.
WM. K BY BOND, Receiver.
B. D. ARIIOT, Assistant Paperinlendint.
UucouiborS, IBjO 3-ilf
. Persona In tbe city who do not re.
oeive the new psper satisfactorily, after
lie 1st of April, will know that it arises
from ebsngea of loestioo, snd psrbaps
ew ' osirier: aod tbev will do us the
kindness to notiy'the offioe, when tbe er
ror! will be prorfljitl correoted. H. Soon.
1 A. CA t8R
Business men.desirlngosrdsor business
nuticeS inserted, or chaoges made, with
the first cumber of ths new psper, to be
issued llie first week io April, in the
Lancaster Gsxette, and Americao Demo
crat, ill pie sse arrange their, matter and
hand it in at tbe Gazette offioe, by tbe
tola 01 tuis mooin ( march, j
. - ....,..H.5COIX.
Laneaster, March 8, 1860.
e- 1 '.' i i ' . '.'
EABI4 tAUDS FOR SALE, 95 MILES from Phil,
adelphis by Railroad, In the Stats of New Jeney.
among the best for agricultural survows. belna-a.
good loam loll, with a clay bottom, the land ts a
large tract divided iulo small farmi. aud hundreds
from all Darts of tha counlrv are uow seminar and '
buildinf. fhe crona nroduced sre larre aud can be
seen growing. The climate It delightful snd secure
iron i rot's, i crris irom (l.l to f aiper acre, payable
within four years hy Instil men It. To visit the place
loave Vine Street Wharf al Philadelphia at7 A. M.,
by Hallroad for Hammonton, oraddraas H.J.BYRNES
by letter, Harmnnton Pott Office, Atlantic eounty.New
Jersey. Ssefulladvertltemeut luanotlier ooluma.
' ITlau vraa made to Ifloarst,
So snld the Inimitable Robert Burns, and to s great
extent there is doubt he a as rlfhl,r There Ik bo .
season of the year whiph persons are more liable to
oqntrxst detested than Id Ibo Spring, tbe aaany aud- -den
changes of temperament, tne damp and slush of
dissolving snow, added to the follies or many fashions
tend thomaodsto a premature grave. Can nothlugpre- ,
vent Itl We have but to mentloa "Or. Lindsay's Im
proved Rlood Searcher," snd the question is answer
ed. Head the cortlrlenU! of tit efficacy. Try a bottle,
if satisfaction is not given, money refunded. Sold by ' 1
all the principal Druggltta io the Vnlon. . ,
irj"See advertisement In another column. 40 '
TO COIVSCMPTIVEB.-Tne advertiser bar-'
ing been restored lo health In a few weeks, by a
simple remedy, after having suffered several years
with aevere Lung Jfftciion, and Uat dread disease,
Coutumptloii, laanilout to make knows to hit fel
low. sularcrs the means or cunt. To all who desire
It, he will send a copy of tbe prescription used rs i if
ckart) with dirMtlont for preparing end using Uie
same, which they will Sad s sure Cur for Ci-.
Ham fillaj. t..l.'i.-. i. . T. ..I .w.
Isdverttserln sending Ihe'preserlpllonis to bensSlth
aimcicu,sna ne nopeaerery sufferer win try his reme
dy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a bles
sing. Parlies wishing the prescription will pleat
OU'lress KKV. KUWAK1) A. W1L80K,
Feb. 16, 1800 3m43 Wllllamsburgh, LongltlSDd.
ICf-Mrs. C. P. BaisTts, editress of Newark (Ohio)
riat, writes In her paper of January 39, 1859, as
We know that Or. Roback's Scandinavian Remarllea '
are til they claim tn be. The Dr.nresented us with a
row Domes or his Scandinavian Blood rurifler and'
boxetofhis Blood Hills last summer, which pat new
life Into ut. They invlgorste, strengthen, snd leave
the syatem In s better condition than stimulants nau.
ally do, and hava no depressing effect, .We feel safe
in recommending ibe Blood Purifier to all suffering
from debility, be the cause what ll mav. the Pills hava
this peculiarity, they are saissrA'fs active, and at
the tame tfmu leave the natient atrnntrAr ana in an
improved condlUon. different from moat drsstie re-
meuiea. i ry mora with the mood Purifier and yoa
will feel Ilk manv who have been relieved, and III.
Ing lo add your testimony to their eflcae;.
usvMUTvi.ianuiuni. raarcu i, icwj-in44
Dr. Eatoaa'a Infatttlle Cordial.
Da. EaTOa'a Isriimt CsatuL la ramarkahU r
IU wonderful beneficial effacta In tha
children. Foreraun, dysentery, and teethlna-. It haa
never been surpassed, and mothers should at all timet
be provided with a supply, ss they vslue the lives and
the comfort or their tittle ones.
The preparatlona of Blood Food are among the
mostlmporlantdiseovtrieaortheage. They are not
medicines, but food for the blood; atroady prepared .
for absorption, pleasant lo the taste, and nnt. ral In ac.
Hon; aud what one gains, he retains. Th Blood
Food is s Scieutiflo discovery, differing from all patent
medldneti' and for eontumntien. throat diseases. Ilv.
wn.p,B,a,,ujrspw,aisaaa oiner uiseaset tnctoani
to the human fiame, IssnequaledfoTlitheallngaiid
alrenthenlDg q'isllties. Columbus, Ohio,Gaiette.
jj roee aureriiaeraent. 14S
a aan Buwsts aaa Ttteir tnnciions. -
As perfect health isthea-reateithlaaalnathtwaaa -
enjoy, without which all other blessings are of littl ,
consequence, we deem II of great Importance to point
out is way far yon to enloy it. The bowels must be
kopt in a state by which they are enabled I carry of
the uselsitmatter. they are the main channel which
nature has appointed to carry everything lhat is neces
sary, ana ills Impossible to tell whet a large amount
of sickness has ben eautodby costlpatton.oreosllve
ness; in olhet words, by not keeping the bowels .
regulars It Is the main road lo all diseases; U la th
cause of annatuml Irritation to the osus, or lining
membranes of the bowels. Htviag lest their natural
atrenglh, they cannot object to wTiat It required of
lessyou Snd a speedy relief, s thousand other com-
Elalnta an ever ready lo drag ynu through a mlsera
le atxl wretched life. Such medicine mutt be gives, -as
will cleanse tha stomach and bowols, and restore
their natural atrenglh. To aecomnllsh this than i.
uuhmi, ,uwn.i. vvruatiiioaisva. ana nn-
oompound ao valuable aa these fills; ali other rnedl-
u.uu.mn louitur intignincance when CAmpared lo
themt It seems as Ibous-h the Author af N,,ra k.rf
dosigned them for this as well as otber oomplaiuU.
. ..,.. u i u, v in. a uaj win increase strength snd
snpettie.aad cleanse th stomach snd lntetUnet from
whatever it injurious.
Dr. Morse't Indian Root Pills are told bv all dealers
starch I, 1800 Imaa
Chills aaa f ever! Chilli and rererll
. On . of lha arnala.t Mm.dU. Ik.iliu n ..a . i i .1
before the public, (or Fsverand Ague,iid whlvhhava
received the higliest encnmlnms from the press and
tho people. Is UH. 1. HOKTKTThK'8 OKLKBRAT
KD Bm'KRS. Who would endure the tortures aris
ing irom mis terrioie unease, whes It can be to easily
cured! WhQ would endure aleeplest nights, burning
fevers and icy chills, alternately, when remedy can
be obtained for a more trifle?
nd vet how manv ram.
illos linger out a painful existence under thla deadly
blight, and do nothing but gulp down quinine, unit
Il becomes aa common at their daily meals, snd vet
Iheyarenot rel loved. None but the foolish snd weak
woum nosuaie to procure tnese Valuable bitters, and
save themselves Intense agnRy. bold by lliuggtsts
and dcalort generally evenwhere. lints
Croup or Hatiles. ,.
For this dangorout disease, the Magiicll Ointment
may be relied on ss an nnralllag remedy, ir applied In
seaton. Apply profutsly to U throat and chest, aud
BURNS are eased of ill pain In a very few mlnutet,
snd heal without scar. Ilia a sovereign remedy for
FROZKN LI MBS. -fee p away from the are; tak
the frost out lutnow or Ice water, then wrap them In
Ointment Renew the Ointment onco In 13 hours;
they will cans no pain aftor the frost It oat, and wilt
be entiruly well in a few days. ,
BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA are cured by Dr.
Track's Magnolia Ointment, and even Consumption
has in s number ofcasesbeen cured.
Read advertlnement In this psper.
January 4, 1B60 3ni3S J
TTTaOOO A (gents Wanted To sell four no
Inventions. Agontt hsv made over Sp5,000 ot
one, setter man an other similar agencies. Ben
four etsinps aud get ti6naget parllculara, gratis.
nrtinatn xtKuwn, Lowell, Mast.
Soptcmbor8,lS9-rol ' ..
ltTf osato Wan ted In this "tatetoctn
vast with tb OOLDKN SALVK. Sells realdlv. Can
make good pay. For terms die. send stamp.
u. r. wtin i an, Lowell, Matt.
September 8, 1859 Smia
TO LOCATE LAND WARRANT8.
A BOUT Three Millions of Acres of Land will ha
bvoughtinto markettnlhe State of lows, In June
next. We expectto make extensive telectlnasln the
various Dtttrlctathroughout Ihe State, prior lo th of.
faring otth Lands, snd from eur sxperlane Ir th
busioest,wo fceloonfldentlhst we can give enttr sa
tisfaction to all who mayentrustlhelrbnsinetsto our
care. The eeulor partner ot the Drra will be tn Lsn
csstcraboulthflrttofAprll, and any business Un
with J. W.8rlnheorjib,of thstelty, will be atleaSof
at that lime . Feet, S 10 per Charier Section.
Correspoudencesollcited . Address
HOOPhR & BKATTV,
March S6,.'S58 4Hf
r COLClUBUB, OH(Q,
- Coasolidated Deoembo t, lSJOi '
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