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rUTPr.t SURGEON,
Will 4AntUi practlr Cf aaadafi.i. Of.
nt tha Drag ttn"-
Ten in., Tth lJ.
I DM- . C. (X'lK.
w
TCK't-fl r.pr'"" naanane II. aid
lrn,if ,.Jth fatl!e -.nrll that ka
k.a a,r.ia lor.ird t" TiK, forth .nrio. of
rr iciaa; hia p' '"" i " ! lof u I'parlinenta.
ft ts nr..t ha ni.r bn f on nd at t ha "HH A w.
waw Huiiac,"" h wil I Ha sapor to tea kit
frtaarft and i.t, whom. fn arhirn wit be all,
ant. I 51 If.
ILn remove 1 in his o'i'iico six doors,
tii ol lamb iH ort Perry aire.t at bit rat
f'ltar. O.-l l.lih IHiS. If.
' wTii Vtanm-.y, ji i.,
antiurt bit profaa.lnnat aervlra.to thaeltl
. nf TiiB" aad rli-inlly.
Tr OAj .liliiiaiha H,)t.T House. Tilfin,
Ohm.
m n, ibss.
fT7 (iKUKMR K. KK.NEY.
ATtORNUr A!D COCNSW-LOR AT tAW,
1 ' Tiiit. Oile
WIl.U ( raiitantin 10 1 1 hnint e n
iniH 1 1 1 hlr. an.l a.lj'.inin-.
lrt, , i ' .
rf v'fTK.'loft' nnrtk.ifGno. Ttjlora
al.ira, up at.lr.
' N . I ( I HI. r.
: " J 7T1.KK.
AtU-ntf at Law .m i SMcitrrt ia CAantrr
RJJU OV 0B0. TAYI.Ou'a STORK.
TtrriN CITV OHIO.
Hia'.r liih '5J. If
T. C. TI'ISON,
ATTORNEY AT LA W.
Orrtr Shswhan't Blork. tie STAiKt.
Tiffin. M.y. Alb 55. ljr
J. M. PATT:UM,
ATT()UNE Y A T LAW.
rtrrtrK oppuai'a Commercial Row,
M tea nr Sin j.
. j. w. wiLsojc.
Attorney a' Law, will attend to all niaiiertiR
ta.liaanl hia profe.alon. oiriro oppo.it. haw
baa ttork.n jrnar f Washington ami Vfa'kat
tranta.
VU JMh.ll.14. If.
... W. I. A II. NOHI.K,
ATTORNKY.N ACOUNSKLl.OR!' a t Law
.no Reama'a More ,
I'lirin.iapt. 17.1851.
taXOHa. TKM. WIl.t.tAM M. JOHIi!t
NT KM JOIINHOTf,
iTTORNBt'8 4T LAW, TirriK, OHIO.
Ot.'.-CKL L'omman lal Row , ort r Hal'lwin A
Va. Mira. naarltr 0poita lha (.'inirl Hntl.a.
P'tfiai.lnnr.l ha.lnaaa am', tb rnllrlio of all
kin of.'Ulia. prmrtptlr atlandad to.
n Ha.Jaia.rT rth l54.-ly.
WATNOM nRIFFITi;
ATTORNEVh, TIITa Citj Ohit.officaia Camaimia
aw.
.o..ml..rC3 I, lfM.
;. J. KEK, KOTAItY Pl'IILIC.
AttanUi to taking daponitiona. writing 'InaHa
M irt.ij".. Araarutata, aad lu.lruin.nl, el wti
llnf tMaarall) ,
0tira,ialbar9aia fornialy oorupiad by Doctor
Fraaalia.ia ihr aaJ of Sliawtun a Bloc k
aa Markat Siraat.Tllhn, Obi.
LKVVIH II. I'IKK,
ATTORMCr AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Tim, Ubiw. .
I TTILL f Iva prompt attanti in tn all oiattrraan.
V tra.ta J ti hi. nri Iplha Una ol hia pro
a.ioa. Or'lOK. Skawhaaa Block. Market. Straal
t.iariNaua aail r'ranrh. will ba I'vnau UaU in
tkair own rict' (axcuagat,
Octohar.lTth. IJ54 tiiH.
W. II. PAHK, M- II.
' HIVSICIW aaJStlR lEO.f, h. locatail hlmieir p.r
aiin.ntlr 1a lha eitf or i'ltlia an.l will tmal with dill'
f ooa anil oar to tiia iluua. af hn arolaiaioa. Olliua fur
ilta prMntwith J. M. PATraaaoai L,a.
Htove At llolluwunrr Kaiahlialinitfar
BY CM. VKRK Waa'iiiiKtoit .traal iiearl)
jppo.itath Shawhan block.
. iiba.O..apl. 17, 1651.
tVILLIA.lt t.ALLlJ
CLOCK A- WATCH M AKKR.anu.ilrar.milh
oppoaltotha Ciil las building.
rUin,0.,aapl17,l5t.
JOHN MYFItS,
CVBINKT ACHAIR VI . U K ACTOR V .aail
lo.rth. VI. K. Church on VlarkotStaat.
- Tiffin. O..Sapt 17.1851.
P FT Kit VANMT.
BU'lOY ANO CARRIAGK. MAMJFACTU
KKK.aaal of the Cium Hua.a.on Jfffnr.on
lrat. batwaan Vlrkatanil Parrj atrectt.
riitla, Sept. 9th. 1854.
. ' t 1 " i '
llflll W. KISH. Pi.karal. Trout. Shad. Bald
V m ra Harrini. Miirkiral an t Cuil Ki.b .
, Fjr l BUSKtK. ttdriM-ary.
nvTii. a it ti r. it ii N
0-tXt I V K amf VI ECH A N Ifi A . K N T I ST.
iiroar of WaHhlnton cil Market Stria.
Ti in. will .ttan l toallhu-ii In hia Una with
raptaooaad ihapaub. Het.nn'who fatorhim
wnS a rail . ralr a nam h? work dona la a
utrior inAnnar. havlnt; haan anrrd n tha
h.i.ina.ifarthata-t aaran aar, an'Morlnj-thni
ti .aH.vnbal antch amarianra In Hifhrctlt r r:
Ht I1 confl'lanl of ancraaa and (l.tfr. hlinaal
aitblaof ii" parf-rt .atl.fartlon to Hho
aatf .aakkii r.i'Ma.iiaalaericat. Car)rMwlll
t .11 il.iia. aio larnta. '
'CJ0 Se.orc of VVajhtnton ft Markat St.
411 Id V Fit Aj KtlKATII.
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS,
Orocariai , ttueanwrr,Hrdnrr Hrodnca Ac
U ldtndof Kiuiu.l at Sojr lr.
April, 8.1853 .
JOllff . 1H)8,
U.VIIDWARS ATWIIOLESALK.
a Wcn.rca II ali. bM.oc,oppail. iks Shaw
kian f iuaa,
Ti. Sapt.II. 1851.
, TvTTfonuH.
rJiTTHrouTiioueTirciN tt".
DRVI.KR I fnr rlaierlpllon o Oiila
Vl.i'i waar. W'h.ile.aU or Rolai!. b lha
.i.e. or v.r l. or Raady-Msda. and rnrl
Ltnafarturar ofCUttiiatt. I'l' Hubb.r and
l C.ata' aal Towara. Tialli Bg.
rant'i fa'nlihinj; aoi' of all kirnlt. - r
Mft, IM - ": '
rrrr Vcr t't-Y'LIuaaW. . . '
vp n
i 1 P
U-A-Krw tr.ii ; vr
vnr( ' "i 'i i" i
vi. i If Olut1! n ( .. ,
; , ; ,. ... V!t1 ffTaltT.O
' . r. !" Ai ii. with art
.; A.,,.i. an I pta
i i,l K,t.l,i,Uk.kBi'l'l-
vtoi t rioj, 4 51 ("'
a" vr li o to t n ua n tix VEt'
. A 7 ' ,
4 t .to tha, LAa-taw ii, Vnllnf. '.a U..S ihlman f--
I a tfjwHJH. 1aMj in oi,Uirvai.-l) 0 rittrj V
aaV. e.,.' Mi r-''-
,v , . UO IT Lf)OT.-4. ...
Bf'(rr ft BR " tvrva pmp-trUt thriiw-A-tvaV ttt
innbitl wit Uvtm u si f ., a-.-na ( iwt
lha ! v-, TNisf I wM t)a 4if ootn- t
Jneniaail IAIN H -.
SALT! SALT!!
(",,.. . v1j a asS'i aarrataail a A .lt, l.ieerrm,! arimn'
c I H " ' It . y.iA.ik Aj C.
T..a. iriti.'JS.
. rr lerg stock 'f lll'i.e.. M'ttt. tfrt)
j.wc. Mr W Al At K mm M'.
. CP.n l M"lraat f lk iaa.t'.anral
T
1111 IPj
VOL, VIII,
ni it Tin m n R T
! In n
HOSTILE ALIKE TO THE DESIOT AND
DEMAGOGUE. FEARLESS
TIFFIN, OHIO, MAY 0, 1856.
L J.MO
FOPa TI5UT1I, FOU GOD, AND HUMANITY.
.1.
NO. xxxr
HUKI'wMl! UUlir.All!!
fT A.ilUSKIRK A Co.. ir rciln(r tht
lllarirt art h iwnrtmnit of Famlll
(lrm:ria rfr caaia to tbia markrt withnot aaj
aif piiaoa.
THE EXCELSIOR!
rtrv n r a tt i r O tttt T
VUIbll IXLiJJ UUfl AilXXiAJ
llivcntotl by CliartfoLoavitt, ami
l'utclitt.!(l ou the .7tli of Ft-b. 1X55.
. ( . .,.1,, .
lor Sale bf J. Si. Mi LOR,
TlKt IN, OHIO. '
Tha abo.a Mill haf.L. ; "aluablr In-pro
ill portalilt-Crii Cob Mil .,aw-i i. aiiapt, d
.,tl.....ioU.l.ri k ...U C-ru.l.iu K-nLat
for lemian all kinda ol Mm k. VMiirh i,i.m
I'aaditiR 1. now required and fount: prnnla. la
, , . . . . . . . ..
rii ir..wl,ii hara ...i ol ha.u .nt tal. ami wi n
worn out ran ba taplnrad Uy n.w riiir, in fiva
minute, lor th. .,...11 auii, of tine, dollar. -
A.l-i,lhK mill nan grind fa.ter than an other,
t orn and Cub Mill rfl.rrd for tal. Thit Mill
wa. awarder
thk rtH.T rntMiuM at the oiii.. .TATg r a. a .
ol the iire.anl )ear(IK55in a lair trial with'
lha Little Giant. Mar, and all oth.r Mill lirouarlil
n fotiiiiftiiioti. lit Kxrol-ior Mill will it mid
ffitttii to rillrt-ti h null e U liouil) rurrint to
tht itrrr 'if (iuitra. ntj ma b worked by
or two lor.
No?.30th A5. J M.NAVLOR
(A1.C tQitr wHit ptcaapr' In nnonnrinf id our fr.mU
ami (irtinma tht fro in rHvi(t of a Urrr au-k of
G oti-thi wna ta?tl,rtyjrht tottut marLt, C. iitin
I part of vrv lnrr attor nint of v'.t iii.;ii, foiaaa,
t At, roffr, lob-wto, apices, A.r., kr,.vva ; ihma; in the) tyr
ry(in. tUvm utcll, am boa nil to in ltf or
null (inanUlietto auil kll.
II. A. Bt'PKTRK St Co.
OrtoU3thM. Mo. 3 hfctii,i UUmik.
V A L tf A II K E iJT Y V HO V IRTY FOB
KAIL
Twolir? nafln Itrifk hotia -ttiiM1 An Wat MttrWl
tsftrct. ona with nn op"" '"mnt tnt) l'f tort a, thm nther
tip lar tlvayanllitif mfll fMffiitliril wtthvnnrefniprtt tnt hniltl
infk.'. Thi priprtv willh nlil on rr itonablv tarni.
1 JN. A.MYF.RC.
K. H. TnOstliinvt MntTT'i ftfiiM Hir fi.f mU otwajj
Ti'h,Orto.K'r KHh, )fS3.
1856. 1856
THE TRIBUaNE
100 tPUOElSDEl
-rBiitabrLnl;nirnt!H-t
it riff, onio.
riRK PRINT1HO CK IVKHT VARtETV ilXKCtrTKO
WITH DISPATCH AMI) AT TUB MOHT HKASON-
ADUC HATR , SUCH AS
WOHK BBAUTlrllLLV tXEI.LTEK.
t aroarALSOfciAH0)-3
Raaaaa.l'Haaiti, BiuTlnin
U,iu llaim, lviTTio'ant,
H.naaa. t'ouNoviTt. Ki'Naa.L Noricaa,
l.aTTaa lU.D., Ilcti.atf Cum, Rii.L llaaoa, Ulassi,
HU1.8D YVonK, anil
HOOKS AND I'AMPIILKTS
CtftcrtASt, Hlank l.a-rraait, PaoaaAJnti,ULAMB Dasna,
and avery vari.ty olotlioial alankl.
In lha .i.antiaa f (Ina work tha Trlhana fiffirah.a
VISV IN rANCm IXOAU.I3 TH WON X
7 Axa. 'DWJj:'rja?iai3, ,
tt""ThlOffirrr4tpeWtlfloni thai 8enc County Art and
Arriruitural Knir
ii-Sbk fit liiTJIIF0aBLSTJG3 WORK
IN isvi PREMIUM f OR "
tv-Allwak tabarorr-rt.or NO CII VHE. T.rai. a.
LOW AS AT ANT CITI IN OHIO.
VV.C.UR.Ylf. rr-jwi.tor.
ARE AT ENGLISH REEIEDY.
SIR JAMIW t'LAKKH
Celebrated Female Pill3.
ProtL-ctod
' L o 1 1 e r
'jJ I'atfent.'
Par fty k fraiflfiptiM of Hir Ja rtv.t. M.l.
rhyaii ins Kumor-iinnrv to tha Unevn. Ttii invaluable
Me.lTi i utifulina; tn tti cure of nil thosv painful aU
dniiftftou litM int'iilvnt tn th femil conatitution.
It motUritii nil raa, wmom nil olntruettont, ami
hrin tha monthly narii4 vrtth rJtoUritT TNvan HilU
ahnulil U naailtw t lSra nrnvha prnvitma t funtintmatnt;
tlifv iftct.fr tha 'onatitutton, km) Iraann tb aul rirr Uiirinf
lalitr(nPta,ilitth' moihaf tpffonabr4ntiM with nirtr
ir h ra If n iohild.
Thitaa ntll hrtulfi not fan takv by fannka Amring th
KlttrT TH RKB MOSTHHof Pr -nnrr. M thy nrn anin
to bnnr ran Mia-ar rtn. but t F other Mow tboy ar aKa.
In ntUnta nf Nri"u J r,it'.il .VlFHCtHtna, p-in in ih
IWV nnil KanKa, HcnvinH, fntir'W m r-liirltt Kirllon,
Ps)tpit)tMn ftn Mtrf, la r fpinia, Hraasrtca,
Hu h Hrnilar-h. WHiioa nn i nit thrninf)l'hMe Krl-
ainnilhv llar lervrl ratrr), hei I'ilU Mill effect tmr
wHn nllnlhar mvn htM fnt'nl, nnil althnufh ft (Kiwrrfn)
romo.W.tlon'UoonUih iron,aloml, nntimuiiy.of vxy pihar
miner"il-
fiM limrilnni nifM-monnTtnt1 onch nvtktfo. Trie
the I'n'ted Stntes 1 t'wna lt, (ht Hollar,
bolo AfnU IWtKo I nitanl r-tn-ea,
I.C. B LnVIM o.
liable I, Hrvan, Ri'hieler N. Y
NR. 1.-WonloOfl tn tKe (ianomi .fnu will onturta
iMtttI n Pill b ?etnrn mnil.
Fvr I H t l.rtiJohn.an.l Or 05 at snrnhy Wbolo
Pnlefvnd HrM'v
tpt.Stlat r. -ly 1
.vera r
WAR E H OO M S,
v A re ti ppllftt with r.etr of the ht tn aim
niMt. from Mia mnat po, ulnr Kntrtt nmnufn
I tri-a. Miuiia; hirh nro th jnltnii Attrti
mniih t(arthrr witli n hnmlH-r tf
of ih finwl turn ami Cimh, THtta inirantrnU
Mr nil rnrakanttifniJntl br ihrif nwrcinM oi 1 "t.
ilvlirnra f tuutk, mii tlumbttitv , Tha- aa-iM be
old nt lha loara4 mtsa. I HiHvirnl puSlir rr
rf-tiuly f-fitw-4 locillwn'l riamin lhaa
totruiiirnta for iriiiiva "
Hrwi) tm th CottaiuaiH-Mil-ulnsric.
apr
VVM GVLLUP.
2' I, CO j artltf uf Calioo just rtss-iird and i,iH ii'uig.
ail.dllU Kt U I T A CKUUSb.
2i),(lno jitf.U Biowu Miwlin ot
il.uuU' . SCOTT A CROCSB.-
lO.nflO Tarda fficiiched MihIiii nt
lO,ihM , BCOTTtCROCSI
10.IW1 yauls of Clutlia, Cnwimt'rs, I.iinmm, I'ant
Iii.'jiM) iiin.eic., jn"t ojoiitu - at H. tCi
IO.iVIO dollars wortit of WiaV KIiokj, Ij! illn.r,
IC I.mI e lrln,.. U". ' . I. A Cs.
LAWS OF OHIO
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
AN ACT
To incorporate the F nk of Ohio knj
other Enka.
heroulti'rrcquireiltolieiiia.lo.atihjocthow
,ver' to the contingisnoies, reMricti..nn.
comlitioUH, and li. wilitea prescribed in
thin act.
Section 2. To carry into effest the pro-
vihiollH of this act, Win. W. fcarbitr
nirnt. t r.:.. r1 ...li: T. ft .....0
ong . of Cinci. all, Franklin r B.ickits.
ol Clevclnit 1, Cll tuna'y N. OIiN, Of ir
of i leville, J. II. Finn, of Cloiimblis, and
1 Samuel Forrer, or I)yton Khali lie, and
ithevarehurtiby appoinledcoininiNsioiiorN,
Bwtion 1. It it rnacteJ by tht Oen-
it Rhull U Uwlnl for natural in.livi.liial
imrxons, not lower iu number in any cute
illnin live, to axKOt-into ami form compa
niuM for the ptirpoae of vanyiiig on iho
biiNinesa of bmikiur. each at audi place in
tina otate enaii na tieKianwoa iniwAr-
ti(iH of asaooiatiou. an I in the certificate
and they, or tnonty oUlir.m, altor to-1
king an Oittll lllllgOlltly, l.lltllllllly all I
impart;,iy t0 pt3, n the duties aKlgn )d
. r . . i t
them by tllVM act. a COItlllcatO ol wllicll
oath altail be filod and carefully preserved
, m fth Penury of State.Khall
. i i j i
Constitute a bOiUiI. to be Uenignateit thO
board of hank commmionerH; which
board Khali continue until the orgnniza
tion of tho Bank of Ohio. hereinafter!.01"
provided for, and th ire after the duties
they are required to perform by
this act, in the organisation of branchtis
of the Bank of Ohi., shall be perform-,
by said bank, aid tho duties in the or -
ganization of in lepen lent banks which
they are required by this Oct to perform,
shall devolve on anil be performed by tho
Auditor, Treat urer.
r, and Sccretaiy, of
Stnto, who shall be commissioners to per-1
form such duties, and if any of said com-!
missioncrs shall refuse to serve, shall tlie
eu;.,n l,ia .v.,,11 I, lill.,,1 r,. iho
general Assembly, byjont resolution, jf
in session, and if not by the governor.
Section 3. Sai l commissioners shall
mcetin the city ofColnmbus, at such time
within thirty days after the second 1'ues
day of October next, os shall be appoint
ed by tho g'lvornor, who shall notify each
member ol his appointment, an I of the
time and place of mueting; they shall,
when mot, appoint one of ilieir number to
be their president, who shall, nil ler the
order of the board, sign all official doc
uments; and they shall cause a fair ami
true record of all their official proceedings
to be kepi in a book to be provided for
that purpoxe.
a bank shall, under their hands and seals,
K,..li.in J. 1'iii'uAna AouAi.i.ii itiff In fnfwn
make a certificate, which shall specify.
I'irst 1 ho niimn assn nod by such
bank, and by which it shall be known in
its dealings, in which natuo shall bo in
cluded the name of the city, village or
town in which its banking opperutions
shall be carried on;
Second The amount of tho capital
stock of such bank, and the numbor of
shares into which tha same is divided;
Third The name ami place of resi
dence and the number of shares held by
each m -iiiber of tho company;
I'. until Lire tuna wh ui such compa
ny shall have ba.'n formed;.
Fifth That such company has elected
to carry on its operations as an indepen
dent bank, or, as a "branch of tin B ink
of Ohio," as the case in ly bo. which cor-
tili'-ate shall be acknowledged bjlo.e a
justice of the peace or notary p iblio. an I
hall no recorded by th recorder of the
county whore such batik in to be esttb
i sue.1, in a oook io tie ko h oy nun lor
that purpose, which shall at all tim.w
during office hour bo kept open for the
'T' " "7 " f f K
amine the saint'; one copy ol winch eer-
. . .. .
titicute, duly certified, shall be transmit
ted to the Secretary of State, who shall
record and carefully prjservo the same in
his oQlce, and another to the board of
bank commissioners.
Suction 5. No company shall be per
mitted to commence or carry on tho busi
ness of banking under this act, as a
branch of the bank of Ohio, unless its
capital stock shall bo at least one hun
dred thousand dollars, nor shall the cap
ital stock of any such branch ever be in
creased to exceed four hundred thousand
dollars, except as specially provided for
in this act. No in dependent bank shall
bo organised with a loss capital than lit
thousand dollars; nor shall the capital
atot k of any suck bank ever lie increased
to any sum exceeding two hundred thou
sand dollars, exivpt especially provided
lor in this act. At least fifty pur rent of
thocapitd stock of each company sh ill
be paid iu gold and silver coin, or their
equivalent; one half of which fifty per
cent at least shall be in gold and silver
coin, and sh til be in the actual posses
sion and bona fide tho property of the
company at tho time of the com luetic-
incut of its banking business, and at tho
place designated for carrying on such
business, and the remainder of tho capi
tal stock of such bank shall be paid in,
in installments, each of at least ton per
cent on the whole amount of the capital
subscribed, as frcqiioutlv as once in every
four successive nionihs, from the lime of
commencing business until tha wholn a
lii'iiuit of such capital shall be paid up.
l'ro.'ided, that the directors of the bank
of Ohio may extend tha tiin for the
! payment of such deferred installments.
or spy part of tu"'ii, to lie branch banks,
when, sutisfiod that the i.ulilie inteiest
does not require t'lcin t.i bt puid 4b fre
quently as above provided, and the gov
euor uiay grant to the independent banks
the like extension for the same cause.
Suction C. If any sbsiuholder or his
assignee Vll fail to pay any installment
i.rt Lia atikflr av n. lliAaaiilri shall lift ri.
quitsd t U pai tU alLtora mf toll
I
I
"r ' P0"11""11 X
"K.y, ' " ni ''e pui;i.oconn
whkh , lefai; 'U t,ll moant of capital stock
j of. w,,"oh V'0 b'"' ,!u,, .w1nor;
I wl'ether such bank has complied with all
'wwn,,IM 01 " V'8 n,",or""
n"'y o"hla the board of
b,nk commissioners to determine wheth
..e "r 8iilI bank is Uwliillv entitled to coin-
.
said stork at public auction, having giv
en three wook previous notice thereof,
in a ri.l'aper publishe l in the county
whore the bank it locateil, to any pemoii
who will pay the highnnt y rii-e there
for, not les than the amount then due
thereon; anil theexeniia, if any, afior pay
ing tno expenses oi mo sale, almlt bo re-
! ,"loi,t ,,,,,,e ''linqiient Moi-Vhol...r.
lino uiiuior ran ie lotr... who will pay
fur Kin h Rtock the amount duo theioun
to the bank, and costa of advortisoment
and nale, the amount previo-mly paid
vhall be forfeited to the bank; ud such
stock may lie subsequently sold in such
manner a tho directors rosy order.
.Section 7. Tho board of bank com-
misNioners shall examine the certili-ates
f ... ,.r
ITJIIIH nilM
wa ....v. ttiU.,tM,u Vi uMiiit-,, UIMIMIIUICU
nftliia.et .,..1 .K.ll L r ,!,
own members or other snecial no-ent a. i
r...iiio.l ho ihm r. tK. ...,... . i" i
Knot be . To. kl 1 W . ' f . '
l-nk "f rmotl 2 1 thi'l i. 0 V
uanKS loimoii uiiiier tins act, iiiiuieiliate-
Iv n,w I in ,! ii i;iL. r i
ly r.Oceel to examine tlie ronlition of
each of tho bunks wliiuli tvhall Imva trnns-
nuttea to nniti bonnl tho roquiro4 ccrtili-
.i i,ii i. ,i, ,,'....! 1 .... .e'
such agent to carefully count or otW
wise ascertain tho amount of money paid
U n ..r i. ..-..u .i ....
a. a via tawvuuuv vi twi vni'lltal nLUl IU "
; caim
certain the name an 'I pl.v of reiilani1
oi each ol the dn6otoi n of such bank, and
that thoir HtockhoMers. direotova anl
! """" " netwsAry 10
:?,,tl,,!,e ba,,k ffjge in the b.iMiies,
j of k'"tf. "! hall cause to be made
! ,nJ fUe,tt-1 b th.e .lh of 'Vjonty ol
8 uirectors, ami oy uie ciimnor ol sncli
weucsj the business of bunking under the
I r- " - m a-.i
!,ha'.1 'mme lately report to the board of
K....L. i. . i
uhiiiv vuiiiiii i.iii laui a niiL ii ainioiiienb ailtl
hie proceedings in tho premises.
Scciion 8. If, upon a careful exami
nation of the certilicutee of association,
and the reports and statements of the
special agents appointed to ascertain
whether the banks so organized have
complied with the provisions of this act,
it shall appear that any such bunks have
boon formed, and that their stockholders
directors nd officers are men of respon
sibility and integrity, andfntitled to pub
lic confidence, and that such banks or
any of them are lawfully entitled to com-
I"18"1:0 tlie husiness of banking, the com
; missioncrs shall certify tho same to tho
governor, who shall, if ho bo satisfied
that the law has in all rospects been com
plied with, issuo his proclamation, set
ting forth that such banks are authorised
to commence and carry on banking, at
the places severally designated in their
certificates of association.
Suction 9. No bunk shall be organ
ized under this act, as a branch of tlie
bank of Ohio, is tho county of Hamil
ton, with a less capital than five hundred
thousand dollar, which may be increased
to any sum not exceeding one million
of dollars. Nor shall any independent
bank be organise I under this act in said
ro inty, with a less capita! than two hun
dred and fifty thousan I dollars, which
m.iy bi increased to any sum not exceed
iug five hundred thoitsan I dollars; pro
vided that in no case where the capital
stock of an independent bank is name. I
in this act, shall the certificates of public
debt required to be deposited by such
bltnks lha Treftm,ror 0f Stato, be
, ,,! ftl. ,par,i,i .n n.n .....h
capital stock.
Section 10. No bank shall he estab-
,. , . , . . , , ,
liulnt.1 HM.Inf rlii. ...I ... . tipnnitlt nt
bank of Ohio, in the counties of Cuya
hoga, Montgomery,' Franklin or. Lucas,
with a capital loss than throe hundred
thousand dollars, which maybe increased
to any sum not exceeding six, hundred
thousand dollars, nor shall any indepen
dent bank be established in any of said
counties, with a cr.pital of less than one
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, which
may be increased to any sum not exceed
ing threo hundred thousand dollars.
Section 11. Tho capital stock of each
bank shall be divided into shares of one
hundred dollars each, and shall be assign
able on tho books of the company, in
such manner as its by-laws shall pro
scribe, hi, no shareholder shall have pow
er to soli or transfer any shares held in
his own right so long as ho shall bo liable,
eitlur as principal debtor, surety, or oth
erwise, to the company, for uny debt
which shall be unpaid; nor in such case
shall i.uch shareholder bo entitled to re
ceive any dividend, interest or profit on
such shares, so long as such liabilities
shall continue, but ail such dividend, in
terests or profits, shall be retained by the
bank anil applied to the discharge of
such liabilities, and no stocks shall be
transferred without the consent of A
jority of the dire.tors. while the holder,
thereof is in table I to the company.
Seaion 12. No bank shall take vLllM
security for any loau or discount, a lien,
oo any part of its capital stock, but .tlur
same security, both m kind and amount. !
shall be required of shareholders as of
persons not shareholder; ana no (anK
shall be the holder or purchaser of any
portion of its capital stock, or of the,
capital stock of r-ny othet incorporated I
company, miles, such purchase ihalilH.
nevsary to prevent loss upon a Uefct l
previously coutiacted in good faith, on
security winch at the time wan uhsuii
adequale to insure the payment of snch
debt, independent of any lien upon such
stock, or in ct.se of forfeitures of stock
forth. non-payment of itutullments duel
thereon, ,rlJd ii tha sixth ee-.-tivui
,
'
I
i
nia-lor'
I
'for t colaction or security of!
, . . . . .,.mlired. such
in 1 slock so purchasod shall in no rase
be held by tho bank so purchasing for a
longer period of time than six m, .itln, if
the aamo ran be tld for w bat the stock
cost, or at par,
Section 13. Id all elections of direc
tors, and in deciding all questions at
meetiugi of the stockholders, each share
shall entitle the owner thereof to one vote,
stockholders may voto by proxies duly
authorized in writing, bt.t no ollicer, vlei k,
teller, or bc-ok keener of the bank shall
act as proxy, and no stockholder whose
liability to the bank is pastdttt and xn-
pan! alihll be allowed to rote.
Section 14. The affairs of every bank
organizel to carry on the business of i
, . . . I . .1 f a . I .
uanKinir nicr un provisions 01 hum an,
. - , . . . T
im in. iifiLr i iiv nui iuabi iiinii n v t
nor more t an n"e dir.' tors. Lvcry di-
ri.-. - .
r-ctor shall, during his whole term of ser-
vice, Ho a citi.en ol the ijiioii mates ami
"f t S'te- At least three-
f""-'hs of tho di.oclors shall have resided
. ....... . . .
... a
,n ,,,w iM" one year next previous toi
...... , i
tuui r uiULLKMi nn iuijhm'1 vwjii tin vuiir :
Khali own in hi own namo a if I right t
least 0110 per ceut of tho capital stock of
l1h?.Ullk J!l? ' ,wo hundred thousand
M: ";,'r" f U"kZht
llectively, shall own at least one-tenth of
. 7
its capital stock. Each director shall
take an oath that ho will so far as the
duty devolves on him, diligently and hon
estly administer the affairs of tho bank,
ami not knowingly violate or willingly
permit to be violated any of the provis
ions of this act; that he is the bona li Ic
owner, in his own light, of the stock
standing in his n line on the bonks of the
bank, and that the same is not hypothe
cated, or in any way pledged as security,
for any loan obtained or debtowing;
which oath, subscribed by himself and
certified by the officer bel'oro whom it is
taken, shall be filed an I carefully preser
ved in tho office of tho recorder of tho
county iu which the bank is locatod: but
no person shall bo prosulcnt ol more than
oue bank orgauized under this act. at the
same time.
Section 13. The diroctors of any bank
first elected shall hold their places until
the first Monday in January next there
after, and until their successors shall be
elected and unaliliuJ; all subsequent elec
tion; shall bo hoi d annually on the first
Monday of January, and the directors so
elected shall hold their places for one year,
and until their successors are qualified;
bnt any director removing from the Slate,
or ceasing to be the owner of the requis
ite amount of stock, shall thereby vacate
his place. Any, vacancy in the board
shall be filled by appointment by the re
maining diroctors; the director so appoint
ed, shall hold his place until the next an
nual election; and if from any cause an
election of directors shall not bo ma le at
the timo appointed, the bank shall not
for that cause be dissolved, but an elec
tion may be held on any subsequent day,
thirty days notice thereof having been giv
en in a newspaper printed m tho county
where the bank is located.
Section 16. Every bank authorized
to carry on the business of bunking uudor
the provisions of this net, whether a a
brauch of tho bank of Ohio, or as nn in
dependent bank, shall bo held and ad
judged to bo A body corporate, with suc
cession until the fiist day of May in the
year one thousand eight hundred an 1 seventy-seven,
and thereafter until its affairs
shall be closou; nun uy us corporate
name shall be competent to contract,
proseonte and defend suits and actions of
r . . . . a . 1 1 . . . . l
every description as rmy s naiurai per
sons, and process against such bank may
pe served upon its president or cashier,
or by leaving a copy thereof at its usual
place of busiuoss during the usual busi
ness hours; Each of said banks shall,
until tho first day of May. in tho year
ono thousand eight hundred and ho vent y
seven, if so long it shall comply with
tho provisions of this act, have power to
loan money, buy, "oil and discount bills
of exchange, notes, and all othor eviden
ces of debt, except such as it shall be pro
hibited by this act from buying, selling
or discounting; receive deposits; buy au I
soil gold and silver coin an I bullion,
collect and pay ovnr money, and trans
act all othor bnsinoss properly apper
taining to banking, subject, however, to
tho provisions and restrictions contained
in thin a;t; may Acquire, hold an I con
vey such real estate as may be necessary
to the convenient transaction cf its bus
iness, and no more, but may, however,
acquire title to any real estate pie Iged to
secure any debt previously contrasted or
purchased on on execution or order of
sale, to satisfy any judgment or doeree
in its favor, or which shall have been
oouveye I to it in payment of any previ
ous debt, but shall not hold any real es
tate so acquiied longer than is necessary
to avoid loss of any part of the debt,
interests and costs, for the collection or
security of which it was acquired, but at
any time beforo selling the sainn, upon
being tendered by the last preceding.
n. . ... , ... i
r '"
" " 1 uo T7
bank from loss of any p irt of the debt,
interest, taxes, costs, and other necessary
Unk AM rult,8He to , h ownori ni le.
, nfw.Iltatiy8s orasaiirne.all kie right.
title and interest therein
. . . . . . "
Section 17. Note of one dollar, two
!u r' .three f' ?.V8 0
mr. "J u..ar., .,m
one hundred dolUrs-each, and no note of
-'V ---
by any bai.k orgaaixvd under this act; of
the notes inued by any sncli tiank, not
more than ten per cent of the amount
shall be in rotes of one dollar each; not
more Jian five per cent in uotes of two
loH el: bot "ora than ten percent
ia boLas f three dallara .h; out mare;
than twenty per cent shall be in notes ef
. ,1 i . . . i -. i . i . 1 1 .
an uetiominations unuor itv uoiiarsjnui
not more than fifty per cent in notes of
all denominations under ten dollars,
Section 1. No bank organized undes
this act, shall at any time issue or have in
circulation any ntro, draft, bill of ex
change, acceptance, certificate of deposit,
or other evident: of dubt which, from its
character or appearance shall bo calculated
or intended to circulate as money, other
than such notes of circulation ai are by
this act described, and which such bsnk
is exprossly authorized to issue fur the
puiposeof being circulated as money.
Section 10. Each independent bank
'hall receive at par. at tho otlice or bank-
lai.i lvmaaia t I aiit..K hlAttlr Ilk rv at V tlk it Pi t 1 T
v. ynj ...w v.
.lA,ia A . l ...,.K liarilr FV.r nrvluy nrlianii
-
billi of exchnnjrrt, or othnr eviJunros of
tMU slincountotl or t)nrchHal by or te
1 A a .....I. aV. I. IhA t..l.t J- T rti...a
'""b" lu v'""
l.ti.m issued by any other inderend.ud-
ent bank authorized f issue such notes
i. i.; ... ,i,;i, .),.,! at il.. r.
"j in.a .., -...v.. ......
,M,m notes n Lfu, land s vereon: ami
r - . -
every branch bank of the bank of Ohio
uhall receivt at par at the office or bank
ing house of such branch in payment of
debts due at such bank for notes of hand,
bills of exchange, or other evidenc. of
debt, discounted or purchased by, or be
longing to, such branch bank, the notes
of circulation issued by any othor branch
of tho bank of Ohio.
Section 20. Each brink shall at all times
have on hand, iu gold and silver coin, or
their equivalent, one half at least of which
shall bo iu gold and silver coin, in its
vault, an amount equal to at least thirty
per cent nf th" amount Tf its outstan ling
notes of circulation; anil whenever the a
mount of its outstanding notes of circu
lation shall exceed the above named pro
portion, no more of its notus shall be
paid out, or otherwise put in circulation,
by such bank, nor shall such bank in
crease its liabilities, by making any new
loans or discounts, other than discount
ing or purchasing bills of exchange, pay
able at sight, nor make any dividend of
its profits, until the required proportion
between its outstanding notes of circu
lation, ond gold an ! silver coin, or their
equivalent on hand shall be restored.
Actual deposits with any solvent bank
or banker, of established credit, in the
cities of Now York, lioston, Philadelphia
or Baltimore, aubjoct to he tlrawn against
at sight, payable in gold and silver coin,
shall be deemed equivalent to gold and
silver coin, wherever these terms are used
in this act.
Section 21 . No bank organized nndcr
this act shall at any timu be indebted or
in any way liablo to an amount exceeding,
if a branch of tho bank of Ohio, two
thirds, or if an independent bank, tho
whole amount of its capital stock undi
minished by losses or othorwise, except
on the following accouuts that is to
say.
First On account of it notes of cir
culation; Socond On account of moneys de
posited with or collected by such bank;
Third On account of bills of exchange
or drafts drawn against money actually
on deposit to the credit of, or due to such
bunk;
Fourth Liabilities to its stockholders
on account of money paid in, on capital
stock and dividends theicn.
Se'ct:on 22. No bank shall, eihr di
rectly or indirectly, pledge, hypothecate
or exchange any of us notes of circula
tion for the purpose of procuring money,
to be paid iu on its capital stock, or to
bo nsed in its ordinary banking opera
tions, or for the purpose of purchasing
certificates of stato stojk to be deposited
with the Treasurer of Stata, or with the
bank of Ohio; nor shall any bank apply
or permit to be applied, hypothecated or
pledged, any portion of its capital stock
to the purchase of certificates of state
stock, to be deposited with the Treasurer
of Stato, as collateral security for the re
demption of its notes of circulation.
Section 21. No bank shall, during the
time it shall continue its operations as
a bunk, withdraw or permit to bo with
drawn, either in form of dividend, loan
to stockhtdders, for a longer period of
time than four months, or in any other
ni minor, any portion of its capital slock;
and if losses shall at any lima have been
sustained by any bank, equal to or ex
ceeling its undivided profits then on
Inn I, no dividends shall be in le, and no
di eiilii,d shall ever bo made by any bank
while it shall continue its banking ope
rations to an amount greater than its net
profits thon on hand, deducting therefrom
its losses and bad and suspended debts;
and all dubts due to a bank, on which in
terest is past due and unpaid for a peri
od of six months, unions the same shail
bo well secured, and ahull be in tho pro
cess of collection, shall be considered hal
or suspended debts, within tho ucuuiug
of this section.
Section 2i. Tho directors of each
bank shall, semiannually on the first
Monday in May and November, declare a
dividend of so much of tlie net profits of
the bank as they shall judge expedient;
and, on each dividend day, the lashier
shall mike a full, clear and accurate
statement of tho condition of the bank as
it shall be on that day, after declaring
the dividend, which shall be verified by
tho oath of the cashier, president and a
majority of the directors; and similar
statements shall also be ma le on the
first Monday iu each mouth, in each year,
which statements shall contain,
First The amount of the capital stcuk
actually ptid in, and then remaining, as
the capital stock of the baok;
Second Tlio amount of the bills or
notes of the tnuik theu in circulation,
specifying the amount of tack dvnouiiaa-
t-on
latum at any tij H'sl-i U
tho last wev i.ms stsii" ' !! I sva
ben exhibited l y th w " Vjf rUtr-mn'
of the cashiers, apeei'jiry te t r'l
when the same occurred; ,
Fourth The amount cf ! s i 1
debts of evory krl ?.; ta '.. Irrarv l .
of tho bank of Ohio, tl av int dus !
other bunks of the itate. and ths ;nonr I
due to banks not of tbia State.
Fifth The amount due dr poitor
?.ix,h Tho total amount of debts nl
l:l'il,ti-s of every description, and the
greatest amount since the msking of th
!a.t previous statement, sj-ecifj ing the
time v.hcn the Rame occurred;
revenlh Jhototsl amount f dlvl.
dends declared on the statement;
Eighth The amount ef gold and silver
coin and bullion belonging to such bsrik,
and in possession, at the time of rnainji
tlioataietneut, dsign-tinj tho amount of
each;
Ninth Tho amount subject to indrawn
at sight, in gold and silver, then remvin
ing on deposit with solvent specie pavinjf
In, ills or banters, ill tlie cities ol New
York, riiiladjllhia, lWui, aud Laid
mere;
Tenth The amount then on hand, of
cash or n t.s, issued by branches of tha
bank of Obi.), tho amount issued bv other
banks of this tt.ito, and the 'mount is
ued by barks u.t of this Stste;
I.ievciith l bs amount of balances du
from br .nc.vs of the bmik of Ohio, the
amou-.t duo from other banks of this State,
and the amount duo fiom banks not of.
this otK'", im i ling, in the later case,
il. posits in tl.aj cities of Net York, rhil-
adehdiia, Boston and Baltimore, subioct
thniiijrli iltafti, pnyalld ia specie;
I welll h 1 he amount o.t hand of bills.
bondu, nolos, and other ovidonces o
loot, diNonntod or rdrc'.osed by the
bank, specifying paitictilarlf tho amount
of cuspendid debt, the Amount consider
ed bad, the amount cousid.rred doubtful.
and the amount in suit or judgment.
iiurteentiin urn value of the real and
personal properly, held for the conveni
ence of t ho bank, specifying tho amount
ol each;
Fourteenth Tlio amount of real estate
tak vi in p lym-Mit debts due the bank;
riltooiith I Ir amount of tho undivi
led profits of tho bank;
Concluded next week.
Select Miscellany.
Great Free Kansas Meeting in
New York.
On Tuesday evening April 29th. about
four thousand of the good people of New
York assembled at the Tabermiole to ex
press their sentiments on Free Kanaas,
Resolutions were passed and a number
of speeches made, The following are ex
tracted from the remarks of Mr. V. Ev
ens, which are so good that we make
room for them.
Now we suppoao that tide subject of.
the extension of Slavery to Territories,
which, if t'oey have any government, are .
govttrncd by the federal po'ver, is a lgU '
timate subject of federtl politics and we'
intend to act accordingly. We suppose
that it is a nvne in p iriant subject of'
federal poli'ics than any Other, and we
intend to net accordingly. We have
culled you together, and you have respond
ed to the call in oivj uf those echoes widen
are heard from one qu.irlcr of the land
lo tho olhei. This is a practical question
It is a question of inakimr this sentiment
felt in the way that politicians understand,
by votes, by imluence, by condemnation
of tho bad, and b the support of the
good,chors. 'A e do not intend lobe
misled into any inquiry or sympathy;
however aggravatim' tha wronjrofthe
siuve may b-. We d.i not intend to be
tlrawn iniOHry difcussion of mere ethics,
or of mere phiiMithro y for the "inferior'
race," 04 they are called by our southern
brothotn. We do not intend to unsettle
any social relation, but we intern! to exer
cio the clear right of freedom in deter
mining that Mw ftt'd largo regions shall
bo devoted to iVa labor upon the oat
hand, and to tho exclusion of Slavery on
tho othor. loud cheer. Iu determin
ing this principh, we have no occasion to
quarrel with any of the dogmas that are
assumed or argue J by iIiom who havean
interest in Slavery. It is- said by them
that Slavery in this country had been
productive of unmixed g.wd to the negro.
tio be it. if they car. prove it. But 11 It
cur opinion il bus been productive of tin
mixed evil to the white roan. Thev isy
that Slavery is the only relv.ion winch ia
possible in a society which is composed
of blacks and wh'tos and of mixed races.
So be it, it they can prove it. But that
only add to the rectitude of our opinion
tbut no new twri'c-ry should be occupied
by iniilud races, f Cheers. Now there ie
another argument by w hich Slav.
ho.dui;r interest tp-ats the cljorts of the
fiei'iimu ! the North to get possession of
some part cf these territories. It is said
lhallhey have l;i en won by our common
blood snd treasuia. Well now, lfibia
were an argument lo how that the black
race ought to bo allowed logo into a new
Territory if it was prnleu b d that they
had been won by the common blood and
treasure of th'J el.'icki of the ljuuih and
Iho whueuion of the North, I could un
dcrstan.i the forcj of the argument.
Applause. .It bus bci wen by the com
mon blood " I trj -tsui'd of tha white men
cf iho L'uited States, and if Uod assist
ihei'lforla that we coinmence to niht, il
ehull be occupied by the white :n iiof the
whole country. ChM. Well it ia
eid that it is tiie prt of brethern to oc
cupy their common liaritaje in peace and
quiet, and thai the white man of the
Southend the white man of the North
should go together and possess the land,
but there it one difficulty abutit this Luuj.
nena. It dous not depond upon the law of
Congreat or the law of any folate but il i
wrillou in thehearit of the free Uborr.r,
of our country that they will not work
sidd by side with slave. I Cheers. 1
Labor, geiiLlemen, we acknowledge to be
the seurce aud b i:.s of all our wcul.h, of
all our progress, of all our dij'iii'y and
vuluo, but t 1 the l ibor uf the tree ntan,'
(Cheers ) Carry through this cnnipiii
the principlo that thehthd of the C sited
S'atft is uotinclokud w.tbio straight lins
btdongiug to tb-i white oiiueut of the U
ai;ed IsUies. There ism-tbiei- Trvj-
(Concluded on 4th page.)

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