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TERMS 41, 00 PKK ANNUM
IN ADVANCE. .
Volume 4.
HcArtluir, Vinton Co.,. 0., Ihursday; Jan. 31; 18o6.
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TERMS CF SUBCCRIPTIONt '
l.MJ !"r,nwrf ij uol juyid within tht
yar. 'i.iM uii7 charged. '.
7'.rM 7MK!,t6e blriclly complied
with, uiid nu ji)r mil be iHtcuntinutd until
all arrturugca un paid, uittetn ut the vpliun
aflht publiMtr.r.- , . ,
"URNS CF ALUFa ICING.
iCr W"' tf hu, thirteen I mi a or Una firtl
Mitt iiiSO'iuuia 1 1 OU
ivucit uui'iiioniit uistrliuii .. ...
Cui'iJtunc i,'vr, '......... 5,00.
.iiturui i.e. i. ((urn iiul btmvdt toper-
eons u'Uci bi; IA( jrur.
uuiii iivii iii j,njiibr In advance or
on uemufd ' ' . '.''-:
VVOKK.' ' "''
V'e jie j.ij.m. iiui, upon' the
' shorlefcl !.().... Hi il t imt, c hmiiiiri and oil
the i.iir.iM inii il K i mis ot fimn and
tuucy jtl. 1 1..M1AU, kiali kg
lluiiubillt. ' Lid hi h. blUt. '
Curio, . 'I ui.cln, I'ri'grummcs,.
CiiciWi.r. 1 4,lri, CViccit.
ixti.iui t, . i.(.id, liurat liillt, "
) Jc, i)c, Jc.
CO" it;i.iiiiiiy siiiu-'ii iU priming
Hiiiii( oi 1. in lfiiiiaru lie liiemls, ami nil
.l..cii 1 1 1 i.j, muk, in Viulon (unlit)'. '
iliUsf;:rll:e "JltAnliiir lJtmoftut." -
Tt fuiiu is Uaftlmota ill KeeiiT. ai.d R.e.lpi
ti but.ci..iiu4'i taiiu A'JTaiiuvu.t&ii, tot ibis la
tr, m Viii uu CH.UUI7. vbio. ;
J. J. vlLLlSU.V,
KlIOX., 1 . .
rmtisville. .
lliiin.leu Furnace.
1 1 unison 'Juu imliip.
UirsSiore,
" U ilKe.vilh
SSw'mi. "
J. M. t-AOM,
i'ivio.s .uxt ,
JHu. CLAiiKr.,
, J. UlUkK,,
J.ljlLLlh,
A DAM LXlt, ,
BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY.' V
FOR VlN'iUN (.gtM. , Oil It
b. 1. IIEWri T, Juiljje ol 1'robite Uourr
W.L. bUMlSlON.Clrrk Coin. Pltt Cou.
B. A. UK A I TON I'rosttcuiing Aitorney
Wm, TISIIK, Sher.fl". ' ' '
JOStl'H M AU EE, Auditor.
II. PAYNE, Treasurer. "" '
JAMES MALUNE, Ketoidfr.
NELSON KICHMOND, SurTeyor.
(Viiiiui,) Unronr. '. " -Count
Couimijaione ri, :'
C. D.G1UV. )' KINNEV, JNO.SWA1M.
School Examiner, -'.
O. T. GUNNING. G. W. SHOCKEY tnd
K. A. lillATTON.
1 H U W . F b K A A I bs(
' W itii Heir l'oJJliiie. AilreSse.
CiMi.vtAit tit.NAi-i. t.ilull, blew
rt 4 Cu. iNUi.ului luiem ol ilit- lest
ju uliiy ol l ife inii.' luu.utl:. llctifs
Anil 1 . U, '
EAtiLt 1'iifcKAcc, bUnifv, Lemlf v &
Co. Al.imloiuir u ot 1 lie btul qulll
l Pin Iron. -E! Pod Ollne.
Vivio'ii 1'l'ac, Mt'mie, Clark & Co'
luulu(.tylfHkOl ( Lfd jUlil) ol Pl(,
lion. Niiiii'ii i uriiwif potVOIlite.
tlA444J4.il CUthAVk, t'l.Ute, ln Oi. Co
iieeU'a Anil J'od Cliae.
UlG 3am I VKfS. fartlett, puna i)
Co., N'.iu!ictuei ol the . Lest, quulii
l Pi Itwii
Pot Cllne at Atlieiio, O.
Mi.)(HA.NTA Of VlKTON, WHO ABE
Tfulcrt iu 1 Quoit KiK'aje, (.uttuirwua, Beott,
fucAiiiHtti. Jdni S. Hawk, J. K. b
Vt ill, T'on.liiiFon 6c Co., Owen Loud. E. A
Uiairon. J. & Ei Lodipf, M.i.de. iv. l'.tynulclt
ItAilUk.- l-i.j. IjiIi, V. U. T. Uuid, ti. B
Mooie, j. i. I)- w. i;. u nun, ' vv in. c:
OUdrOII. . . ' . ' '
V ii.kvii.le. S. S. Murry, John Gillen.
Ciiiif. 5t Ciuidini. If I ion 6i Lastley; JaOifi
lileakei;. Uh & ktroiig.' '':'
Ai-LINivillk. ieiei Miller, MurtMi Mil
tt, Jose)ili 'Vv iiuox. ' . ; ; . . . , .
ASt. I u.AAT.-l'iiiilii Suin. j ,,(,;
PuAiiv.Ltk.'ivi,-l,'' vv)'l'clli
Alhih iVjilij,. J. Uiocr.
EikKhikMakX )V.U L.-r-N illiain Tisue '
b L r, M l Hi 1.. K 0 O M S.
.Vc kinni. E.'P. Eolhwell.- ''"it.
UKUGG1STS.
McABTiUK.-a.U..iII. . s ,
liAMii4.-1Davis&. Collins. :
V li-kicvit i.)., Lime & Uurdiier.
1 1
LOO 1 AND S7iOESTOKESi
McAutu ie.-J.G. Sweiland; B. C. Cojjswe
. i - UTTk 1 ... ., , i r , ,
L F, BINGHAM
JIM
AtltiTucvat Lavi
. 1.1 fu
'Mc ARTHUR,.. OHIO,:
VViII practice in Vinton and adjoiuiu
41
iiiiiue count
tie. . tlLce three ' duors Wesi oi the Poat
Office.
Feb.o..l85?,
34 tf 13
MU.TOJ" L. CLAHK ....j0HHP fLVH
CLARK AND; PLYLEY,
. A I lAiinnio tit lint' ' '
iltlUl IIC'J O ill JtUI
. ft j i
. , , , 'MlAkT HUE; OH I O. n .uij
VTill praciii ' inparlnerbhip in Vinton Coun
" ty. Ultice, 'tour dOots ait ol jSissoo ct Hul
M.l a . 1 ..... I .
Eeb. ill. I8M..VM ; i
Iv9.
E. AiBRATTONj Jl'
t lo ruey w t Ltv w
' L i-t a k in fa; iomo:, t v f-
W ILL pructice in yioton and ndjoining
nouulies,:: Otlice.oiie door eiu.1 o( the
VOurt HoXltt.: (1. (..,- t . , "T
. 1 . . ' 1 M -. .,''''' ' '
so. d. roefix, t.' Hi BABcbcKj JSO. babcock
D A B C CLC K & CO.
. u; us A fc , l u u t fc v tii : U
; i cu iiiission Merchauls
. '.x.ftu. M it) lUUr"Mrtc;r"N'EW--ORK.v
Ftoui ,J7. 'W. j. - 'V-a.a,,
ha. a,i.4.a:auiii': ' itw iaic.t dajUaui
ji i - .V3J"i,";
HOUSE
And Stage Office,.::".
-i oppoiin tus post oprici,)
- McARTUn.OHIO, ',
JOS. KALER,
' P R O P R 1 E T O tt '
"PASSENGERS who stop tt this lloure
JL can take the Coanh every mornine lor
Chillicoll.e, lo Iiver'j Station, llienre by Rail
Road; also, every morning for Athens, nnd
oilifi jioints South and East.
. The proprietor assurcs all nhofavofhim
with a. cdll, that'nn menus will be spared to
make them romfortHblt' ami at fhargs to
suit the tuned. . " july 27,Ii3. .
J, Hi r,1'LAUGl!LliJ,
MAIN ST., McAllTUVRt UlUO,
Merchant Tailor, ;
: AFO OEALtB IX v . , .
ClOTHS, CASSIMERES,
EMDY-MADE CLOTHING,
SJliirts, i , Umbrellas, Cravats, -Bosoms,
Suspenders, Scarls, '
Collars, . ! Under Sliirts, Drawers,
.Stocks, Gloves, Hosiery, '
AT THE LOWEST CAU PRICES.
Nov. 15. 1805. ly. . '
0. t, TltACY. i.. . .fr. i. OAKW.
C, P, TRACY & CO,, ;
,. Manufacturers and Wholesale "'
I , .. ' DEAtKR IS' .1 w.-.i .
, ' HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, "
... LEATHR A r4 D ' FINDING8.-.,
1 Cut door below r, Kinney fc CoV Uank,
Jrwt,Strut; POUTSMOUTll, U. ,
April 87. Ib55i ly, ' '::
II, Hv JOiiUON,
(scpct.onTojohE:'H jojitij,) ,
tEALEH IN ' '. -I J
." Krilirr.1, Tlicologitul, Clank nnJisf'ln
' iiiius licfllis, MuiiuMcry and Vu!l Tup r,
' ' ' . i j PAINT RTHEF.T, - '
' ; CI1ILL1COTHE, OHIO. .
f -Cooks received from the Eastern Mar
ketHt (heir earliest publication, or ordered
wile" deeiredi . .: , .
; J.Ii.cU), WILL,'.
VIIH1.ALE AND Ht.TAlL'LEAUU IH
IIHilllir.C OCEulES,
IIAttDWAUE, Q.LEEIS.YAllE;
I? E A D Y- M A DE , C LOTH 1 N G,
. tiis, xm, wiiTs, mm, nmm, :.
Ac., ' ; A'., . &! . .. j , ,. f
Main Street. McArtliur. Ohi.i.' ' "
mii. I til! Trade, ltiuo.
J" G. SKULL,
WIIOLISALE DEALER iN DRY-'.
' CCOLS, CLO'lHlhG, . BOOTS
AND 5-HOES, '. HATS, j '
CAPS. LuNNETS,; , ', V
notions, .., .
. , . ' (f c. &c. i '. . . '
irAlST STT.EET, CHILLlCQjUif.
IS now j'fej pnd lo Mipply Merchant, and
Furn&ie Proprietors, with nil aiticles iii
his line at fair rii.es and upon rea'inable
lenns. ' His stock is new, lare, lind well' as
Mir led, and will be sold invaiiahly at Cin
. iunali j.ricea. ', ' (aug. 30 2m.
. W. liCHtinK, " GEO. DA VI8, v C A& it. UAVI8
; IIISKHIK A DAVIS,
. ,n (SuiT'essnt of' Oakes & Buskirk.) '
WHOLESALE GUOCEKS,
! ' , " ' "; ' AND.
..:('; PRODUCT 1 1 F f , ,
. , , ! Ettkijt lilcrk,: Front . Slrrrt. .
; ; -' "'. !t-OU r SMOOTH, o.
i January VJ, IMJ.-tf." ,.
'Mi holmes, ; ;
(Suesor. to Smith and Holmes. ilt
f. , I Tin. Slitct Irm, miii 1'oppcr Wares, . J
. ALSO DEALKEn, WHOLESALE 4te RETAIL. IS
. . Stoves, Grata. & Hollow- Ware',
. ; MARKET STREET, BaST SI DE.
. i Ui: PORTSMOUTH,. OHIO. , '
April 1 1554.-ly. ... .M .. , ' '
I.AVholcsalcOrocer;
P0R4 B DIN ft 1X3X0I1LSM0K
MERCHANT.
4 I . .". .
,14.
fi '' I IHLIlUliHIiJ I " .'i
TTfllo. lw.n.l.n. D l' 4 V'j y,,1'.:l'
-( CrMLLlCOTRE. OHIO.''
A.! H.' SA&ISOfJri
Ait. . vii-.l, I '
vjAUorn;eH:;La:y;;;
ABB EAL E8TATB AOEKT, ' '
ftiMILt. JiCKMX -COCSTI, ODIO:.
t
ILL attend the courts, (q Jackson.,
' Vi n ton; Llock in e,- A theus Mei cs.
Gallia, Lawn-nee, Scioto.Pike, and Rpss
counties.' ''AIT buifn6B leotrusted to
bis csie, will ta proDtptlrvattended to,
"'Persons entitled -tor Laud. Warrants,
under lhe" late acr-'Of congress, will, do
well to give brm a call, as he has pecu
liai-fadliUes for obtainiae. ihe same. .
i The highest Casb pric paid for. Land
W'ar'raDls, and Reti esUiaboughj and
sold on ref'onall ittnja. Persons wish
ing ip sell Beat estate, will ton'suil
Mien undent vj i, milling jiim. . ...j
i PaiticulaPaltefltkni saiiL. to COLLECT.
-Refer tozy, ,,i .. V-I. !wv
j "Uik-HiCBtiAS Pqwesv Oak Kill; --
i. Ralph Leet. Esq., Ironlon:
iii k.- r . n uu, a. r cn rvi . ih.. i m
.5. Col. J.AV'.DAVuand J
A. JjLUlJltHLfl, 0.,cTtiiuta
Oak iull.CJuo. -: . Hi
1
WHERE O WHERE
BY RUTH L. DENIO,
Where, O wheia.a re Uie friends of our child
hood 1 . . . ' ,
Companions so chirhheil in' youth's sunny
nours: , . , 1 -
Who shared with us those haunts in the green
wood, ' -
So fmgrnnt with pcifume, the incense of
uoweref - (
Where. O where.are those bright.JoyouVfaees,
n.tn memory recalls, as backward slie
To linger o'er scenes, long since departed,
ahu joys mat we lett in onr earlier daysT
Where, 0 where, are those visions of child
hood? ,
Those golden-hued dreams of fha past,
Which threw their gay tints ovei our palh
uay, - - . .
Too fair long to linger.too.brilliant to last?
All tanished and gone, faded forererji
Like buds and blosoms f early snrln"
time? . : ;, -. .. , ' 9
Whose fragrance alone is alljlhat remains
Of what ve enjoyed in the days of 'Una
sne . . '' .-. -:r
Gone, all gone, like the dew from the flow
ers, I '."'- '' ...!,
Are the loved of our votith's hannr iU..
Like the vcrnul breeie, and the summer rose,
incj imvB paRuea in tneir iresnness away.
EIGHTH OF JAN. CONVENTION.
. Tlje Democratic : State Coaventiyn
met at Kinney's Theatre, Co.lutiiGus,
Jannary 8, ISob atll oicloclt, A. M
and orgauized by appointing HonH.
J. JEWETT, of Muskingum, Chair-
man, pro tern, C. N Ali sn, of Harri.
son Secretary, and" W. F. Mosorovu.
of Champaign', and Wm.' RiTEzrr., ol
TrumbulljAssistant Secretaries.
The Commitee on Pv'rmanant Ofli
cers made the following reports:
President -11. J; J EWETT.
' Vice residents: '
1 district. H. Debolt, Hamlinton coj
2nd , ,l ' Charles West, ; . .
JJ
, ; D. Clerk, Montgomery:
; H. Thompson, Shelby co.
4(1)
5t'i
Glli
ii
it
A, 13. btebbing, L,ucas ;
. Moses Patterson, Adams:
Dr. AlcArthur, Clinton, j ;
, iMajor J. Moore, Locan:
7ilr .
tli 4;
9ili
lOtli
I lth'"
12ili' :
I3ih" .
14tl '
15tl . '
16tl V
17ili
i8ti
19th
20ih 4; .
21st
Peter S. Tyler,' Wyandotte:
... V, M. Firor," Gallij)
D. a. looj)er, Perry;",
hares Foljet; Licking; '
'A. G. Sutton. Huron : '
Martin Green, Medina;
B. H. Nugent, Tuscarwas;
E. B, Leggett. Waahirigton
'JAl. Stone, Noble;
A. McGreggor, Stark;
Landon Smith, Lake;
,., Gi,G, Cineite,.;AslitaU!aj
Jno,.Mapl'ull, CorrolT; " 1
r -. Secretaries, .
' W. F, Mosgrove, of . Champaign;
w. ij. vniuer, oi iiamMulon;
Oliver Brown, ...... ,., ,.y. '
A, A. Phillips, of Butler; r ,
,; 'J.. W, Kees, of Clark; . ,
,'N. jAl. Preble, of Clermont; .
0e?.' W.'Andrews, ol Auglalae;
vW.'CGould, of, Warren;
W.' W. Armstrong!" of Seneca; '
- J. jK.Bolm'yie, ol Uos?;' '' ' ' '
Newton Schlpigh, ol Faiiiieldj'
Jas!on Case,,ol Pickaway; '
A, A. Beebe, of Morrow; 1 "
' Ja. Gamble, ot Coshocton; .'
Jl. W. P. Muse, of Muskingum V. '
Henry Keedi of Monroe; j , , 'u' .,.".
J. K Fiosl, of Summit;-s .';
H. Li W,J Leonard, of t7uyahoga;
William Kitezell,of Trumbull;. ;
(7. M; Allen, ol Harrison,
.Tlie cpmmittee on resolntions,'- with
enure uiiauianiy on liie enprossnirr
questions ol the- day, present the creed
- I . . .......
oi me democracy ot duo, aslollowsf;
: 1st.. :heoived,. That. Slavery, Is a
domestic institution, and that congress
lias neither the power to legislate U iii'
to any Territory .or state, . nor to x
elude it therefrom, but to leave the
people thereof perfectly free to form
and regulate their domestic institutions
in.their own way, subject only to the
consiilution of the United Slates -
.: ad.,.', Jlesolved, '.That' . the' right of
the people ot,'ea.ch particular State and
Territory to establish ,llieir own Von
stitution .: or. form bi'goyerunier.t's; to
choose and regulate thtir . own donies
icj institutions of every kindtogvoi
ern ihcmsevles, is a, fundamental prin
ciple of all free government;" and that
ins lhe sell game right to saoure which
our'aUcesl'ors waged the warbf the lt
voluti'on;' a"Vlght Iviriz at the - ver
foundation .ol all bur lreevihstitulions,
recognized.in the Declaration oi'lude-
pendence ,au4 established "Tbv tlie orl';
aitutionof the - United Slates; "and we
hereby endose and reaULrni fhig nqw di-
sf utea principle, t ,i(J1i K, , ;j
, : 3d. lie tolved. That . the introdurt.
ton ol religious (jueslions inta the po
iiucai controversies and" issues ot the
day',is a wide departure from the am i.
entpiinciples and sound policy ti the
country; at .war with the true :ntere.ts
oi uie. peopie.cprrujilnig alike to 'morals
rfligio. and politic,; aiid 'of a mo'it
I : v..tnuuj iciiucncy.
i .I,,. i ,.,i ; V-
,i.b, . iMQivta. Aim JJemocrar-i
has no. 8e cresv and reouires no oaths ;
uiai wime it iiupjiciy avowes.as & Inn.
daiuental principle, ; freedom of fon-.
science,' wunour ol religions faith, the
UUU111.-111 equamr OI Hit Whom the law
recognized as American citigeas,witb
out reititijceoJlie accident nf w.rth
t hea lor jucess8i judob open discus.
l.A... ..-ll.. j ' 4.--.. A
f ivu auu luiciiigeuce ana vinue ol
people.- We1 thereforoT denounce itli
ivua.fHothinff
M UtOjK&l.
freedom of religious belief audtlie aa.
cred righls cf conscience; unjustly ex.
elusive in its reqnirementj of birth and
blood, corrupting, demoralising in ii
oath and 'concealment, and ;antirepnb.
iican oiiu ungerous m us secret comji.
nation, arid ils secret political actron.
qui, lmoitta, J ha the Domocra-
cy ol ciuo,; rel)ing upon the intelli.
gente acd patriotism of the people, de.
dare and publish- these as the prsnci-
pies ior which they will da battle; and
inscribing them noon their banner
uciaiy ar.a ; aetiantly meet the issues
presented tyw by the combined hosfs
ol the enemies ol Democracy, and of
the Union flnd the Constitution pledg
ing themselves that, their banner shall
remain unfurled so long as their is a
II 11 !. m
consuuiiiarrana Union and Democra.
lie principles t,i support and defend.'
v.vitw, , ti b rejoice in
the firm and patrotic stand of the dem
ocratic members of coniress of the
United States.in (he matter of elect in'tr
a opeaner ui mo iiouse ot ltepresens
atives, and trust tiiat tbev will main.
ta'athat stand to the last j . .
DSM0CBAT1C STATE CSSTRAL CO MMlT'
' IKE.
The commitlee report the followin?
as the Democratic Sta'.e Ceneral com-
mittee of one from e.ich congretsional
disrritt. From the: "
1st Dis. W. McLea::'cf Cincinnatir:
A I . t . If . lr n . '
o,l II
ii. n..uoDin8o:'.'' ;
E. A King; of Diyfonr ' u
' T. Kobb,:of Lima Allen co;
"J.'McKenzio,' Kalinda. Put
nun co; . '
3d "
4tli
nth
6tli
7ili .
8th
9:h
lOih'"
11th
VV. Howard Balava, Cler-
, mont co; ' '; ' -t ' ' "
, J. M. SmitlijOf Lodon Mad
. is oh cp; ' , ' " ' '' t'
i WF, M osgrove,Champaign
vj. ii. ijispy sianon co; -"
J. M!llerhillicote;r., (""
D.Jbbper'fhornville Perrv:
I2th " '. II. M. Hedges circleville;
13th J. Y.CIessner. Mansireld:'
14th ' G. E. Nicholas,, Elyria Lp'r-
., , j.'.iaivco. ., , . ,
15tii A.Thriii.'lWco '11'
I61I1" : K.' W, P, Muse Zinesville; .
17th Vm. H. Endly, Cambridge;
18ih . 'A.' McGregor, Canton;' J I
lOih - J. W. Gray, ClevelanJ: -
20:h " W. Porter, Mtlton.Trumbnll
2Ist :V. H. Gill. New' Lisbon!
And in- addition, Medary; Reinhard
and 1 reyitt, ol the City 01 Columbus.
On 'motion, the' convention then ad
journed till 9 o'clock, to-morbw, ( this
-j j .......6.
SECOND DAY.
WEDNESDAY, Jan'y 9.
. 1 he convention net persuant lo'ad
journment, at 9 o'clock, A. M. " .
Mr. Gill, ot Columbian t. . 'off-r ed
the following- resolution, which was
'. 'LesolccJ! Tlfil trie coiventian now
proceed to chjose by call of convention
in the order 'which they here ; stand,
one candidate'for Supreme' Judge, one
candidate for Board of Tublic Works,
oho, cauuiaaie ior, , commissioners ot
common Schools, foiirsenit oriaT Del
egates to the National convention, and
aiTV a-rci,4lUi ia JttiJIUrs; i
Dr; Mack, ofi Uichland.m'oved.fhat
noma i . nanney, oi l rumbull, bejio
m mated forjudge of Supreme court by
acclamatibii," which was agreed to;'.,,
, Mr. Gill, tf .'columbianK'' mi.,l
that Wayne; Grisivold be nomimt ed
Iqr Board ol Public ' Works by accla
mation, which , was aureed fo 1
Mr.,Gllson, of, Mahdn'r'nir "
that H. W.:Barney ?be;, nominated lor
commissioner of: commpQ.Schools by
acclamation, which was .agreed to '
WEDNESDAY, Jan'y 9. SENATORIAL DELEGATES.
The I01lowih named -rentlemen aer
nominated for Senatorial deleeates ,
S. Medary; T..W. .Birtlet.. C.-U
Vallaiidigl.am: : ; McLain; ' H. B
aud J. Larwill. " .t ms f
- The name ,o( Cel.,.' To4'"v'as ' with,
drawn...,!. ... u., '
- Samuel Medary, J? B,' SledmaV'.II,
d. rayue, and. U, L. T.allandigliam
Having-receiver a majority - rj'alj the
yoies cast, were-declared clet-ted..
. ' I ne. lorlowm' gentemen .were . nom-
i;iaiea .or Senators! electors.' : v! 4,
Charles BFlobd'ofi campaicn-
' Charles Smith, yf rumbulK' '
'TM.RpbbU.of.AilenlV:V 'v',;,s
! Wm, Samole. Of COslmrinn u' '"-'i-
'! Wmr Kennon, Jr.,. Jiavinc received
a majority Ot :a. le Votea cast, was
declared' duly elected, .'j a ;..,.,
- me uomiiiauon Of -.Mr..; Kennon
was unanimously confirmed.:
" r . .. -
..v....v. r, jiic uuit-r canoioates liavi
ing a. majority of till the votes cast, a
sccudu uauoi was orueted. ioi
; A. P. .Miller bavins heceiveiTa ma.
jority ol.all .v-jotes cast, was duly declar-
. viiuiiiiuou.Qi.Vir.,Aijiier was
unanniri-.rjiiiilv-j-nnlirn.asi '.' ' -
Mr.' Webb. ' of .Trmf,uli !
...-..... . .
me mriowing - resolutiou, twhicU was
adopted:- e:aj:.r xtft b
j Ktioo?Tbt conpressional .T;a.
trict benow cIled,and thai the names
j u.inuii . Gianni ui otarK, ' - ii ! i i
I Wrn'; ICennon''Jr!', 'of BelmW; u
;J,: i,PiHt,M Clermont; 1 ' I
; George Cook, of Harrison) ' k ' '
'! CiB. Slickney.'otJl.rin'-, "u t-
andjthe PresidentiaLs Electors, be re
ported to the convention. ,. . .
The Districts leinffthen called, the
following names where reportedas del.
egates, to wif, ', . ,(, :, ' ' '
1st Districts Was'a. McLean Jn6.
Lv Vattier, of Hamlinton. .;.
2d. Ji J, Qninrt, Joseph Cooper, of
Hamlinton. ':.:... . . .
3d. M. C. Ryan, of Butler; R. T;
Cunningham, of Preble. .
4th G. V. Dorsev. of Miami: Jon.
atnan uounis. -
. !
6tli J. G. Haley, of Henn i M. C.
Whitely, of Hancock.
6th J. W.Bell, of HMiIand:0. W.
Hamer, of Brown. , .
7th J. M, Smith, of dams: T. L.
Carruthers, of Clinton. . ,' ,
8th John H.vYounir..of Chamrjaiizn:
James AToore, of; Logan,
.n M:i; Bean, of Crawford; Q.
W. Click, ol Sandusky. '. .";.''
.10th James W. Davis, of, Scioto
Lewis Wi SifTord, of Ross. ;
11 til Wni.iiVedill.ol Fairfield: B.
P. Hewitt, ol Vinton , . -'
12th Lewis Evens, , of Licking W.
E. Delenlaine, of Pickaway.
13th II. C; Brumbeck. of Morrow:
John '.Mack of Richland. '
14th Jacob A. illarchaud.of Wavne
D, B. Austin, of Jledina.
loth Moses Hoatrland. of Holmes :
Eli. Miller, of Knos,
16th iugh J, Jewett.of Muskinsum;
Amos Layman, of Washington.
i 17th Wm. Lawrence, of Guernsev:
J. R. Morris, ol Monroe. .",
' 18th G.. W. B'lden, of Stark; R, 0.
fammond, of Summit. .
', 19th Arthur ii'ughes, of Cuyahosa ;
D. R. Paige,, of Lake.
20th R. P, Ranney. of Trumbull;
S. Wi GiUon, of Mahonin!. .
' 2fst Wm.Hi Gill, of Columbiana';
G. W. McCook, of Jefferson, i
On motion', the'Droceedinos were at.
dered to be published in the Democrat
ic papers generally, . ... ...
And the Convention was declared
adjourned,
H. J. JEWITT, President
J. F. MOSGROVE, Secretary.
OHIO LEGISLATURE.
SENATE.
COLUMBUS, JAN. 7, 1856.
This being the day fixed fop the meet'
iiigofthe Genetal Assembly, the Sen
ate wae called to ordei by' Judge Myers,
ihe acting Lieut. Governor,-
' The fol lowiuiz. Senators lh u n...j
and look the oaih of office
; The Senate then !' proceeded . to' 'the
election W a Chief Clerk, Mr. Brand of
Champaign acting ai Clerk pro sn.-.
On calling. th roll, it was found that.
. Wm. T, Basom received . 33 rotas
, Chas. B. Flood & ..
Mr. B.aeoin hating Tecaived a, major,
ity of -kit the roles cast,was declared
July elected Clerk otrthe Senate'- '
Mr- Foreman, editor' tf 'the Wooste
KpuDtcan,.ws8 elected 1st A.sisUnt
.Second Asst. ClerkG. N'. Shaw; of
. crown, ior Sergeant at-ArtnsJ. H,
Faxon, of Lotrain. First Asst. Sergeant
J, W.'hirley; of'Perry, ' Second
Assi. a. niatners, ot Fianklin.
nieeei persons Uhen- xame , forward
in.J took iheJ oath of office.- .
' Afierthe passaza of a Joint' IMll I ill inn
for a COBMlltiun of the IWO Hansen lr,
oouiii.ina..voiesfor. Gorernpr, .Air. on
W.( ll.fiit'j n .1... C . -' .
.. j.-...fry, ocuaie oon a recess
till 3 o'clock thia afieriioiin-' '
'L. L Sitiitii..' the'p'rivata SecrtiarV of
I. H fl ' . J j ' J
me wuicniur, inenafpearei whthin the
uur. Hun me uorernor a-aiiHual mea
sage, wnich' was read-at- the lark's
'Accomoanying'ihe'message, were the
ejiuna of lhe Slates oflicers. the 'lln.
evolent lnSiituiions.Bo.rd of nublic
IVnvL. .' . .. .1 - if. JL A .. .'
:;y.4iiii .i)uiiiP.ii ptj.n uu:o Pani
icniiary.) f.-
' " :
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
' The House was called i'o order by Dr
..v...,jvv.i0l(J ui oii.c.in accontan
ce witn the piotisioa 6rhe Consiitu
Mi.J.Uutchisoii. .of, undison,, acted
until that oCicer should be' regularly
,,'The me'mhera' were then' called and
sworn;!,) by Hon. Thomas ,W. Bartley
Judge ol Hie Supreme Coun rt. !-' -' y
r The election 6f a SpeakerVing then
io Srder. Mr Parsoua.of -frank-'liu, nom
luaiea Nelson,' of FfSnklin,- nomimif d
elon Hz-Van Vwhea, of aihfn.'i -,'.,
i ... vugu, ui -umii,ion, r nominated
mi. cnuiB, ot iUou,tgojajeM Couuir
i Van ypfbes; a ... , ; 7
: Mr.Kawyef, . " ' t
!,G. M. Parsons' ; ,'J -'--;:"'"' - ,
Alr, ,Van. Vorbea harina 'ie.i,.",1 i,
majority of all the ro'tes, was , sworen
u. :. Mr. Van Vorhes ihen fook' tii.
aud made shbri address to the Ilonse,
returning hia warmest ih
mgn compirep;Soiiferred..up0n him
t :-.". vauiiesunou of toiiGdeuce
thereby made., He snoke mnrt.il. oi
him abifities for the bneroue lituatiou tb
1.1111.U ue uau oeen cboseu; and hoped
lolieable.tnassisiln'thi cii W.
teopit eipeciea'.af lha h.u jg of-ti.
Sirgisiainre. v.,; -. )... ,.
-The ecirtiiob of Gierk bein 11.... i.".
fda'r1Jaa. il.;Ko1n0&, HarOin;. w
. .HHi..Pi iur, ciughj jHaniii-
H.aoMiiiipTia(l E. M.McCook, of F.ank.
lacouaiy,;, , r,:v ...
Mr. Robisoir ree'ei red .V. '. , .'74 '
. ( -.... ..
WiCRibrnson' i,-aa tied mo, f
-htbula.i -w.j
I.E Anii.M.hi,f..L
.
- - ry
of Seueci.
. Mr. Howell leceired 78-
Mr. Armstrong " II
For 3U Assislaof Cterk, Mr. G. T-
Hall, of 1 Delaware, i was 1 noaiiiia fad. y
W. 1 Armstrong, of Sef sea, was' agifa -
nomtnafed, by Mr Slongh.
. Mr. 1UII received. .i. ......77
Mr.' Armstrong ...13 ,
For Sergeant at .Arms, Newton U.
Brent, of of Mo'rgan, and A. Dicker, of
Fairfield, were nominated. .:
Mr. Brent leceired. ii. '.. 77
Mr. Deckei-i..4:..'.'-.. ,
Henty A. Haimlcftn, of Grea.ie, aa4"
A Decker, of Fairfield, were nominate! .
for Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.
. Mr.Hamilton received-. 77
Mr Decker 33
For 2J Assistant Sergeantet-Arina(
A. C. Barber, of Seneca, received 83 .
Mr A Decker 39
Mr- V(on' KTe notice of a bill to
rtsiore the jurisdiction of minor offao
cia to the Court of Common Pleas:
ill
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9, 1856.
SENATE.
Mr Bandy presented a petition from hit
(onstiuents in favor of the repeal of the
law prohibiting the circulation ot small no.
tes, and asked to have it referred to com
mittee of one. It w as referred to him, and
thereupon i tl.ej unreduced a hill to repeal
that law. " 1 . .
Mr. Kelley Introduced a resolution la
slrueiing the.Judiciary committee toeiamiut
and report if any amendment of the Coustl- 1
tut ion is necesiry, and if so.whut, upon tha
subject of tha Judiciary, He prataced it
with a shoitand able exposition of hia gea-.
eral riews upnuihe snbject of constitution
al reform, and the benefits the people hare '
der ived from the adoption of the . present
instrum tut. Tie subject will tt fully de
bated during the sessiou,
SENATE.
Jan. 11, 1856.
Mr. Bundy introduced the following rav
oluiion, which wua adopted: -
Ittiolvcd, That the Stauding Comraitteai
on Banks and Currency, be instructed to io
quire into the expeditney of amending tha
act. incorporating the Stale Bank of Ohio,
and other blinking companies, so that the
capital stock way be increased to 2l),03j,
0U0, and to teport a bill incorporating
Northern and Southern Bank of U010, ak
witba capital of il 5,000,000. .
HOUSE.
Egley a resolution to
the committee 011 the Judiciary to inquire
into the properly of appointing a Commis
sion to report a Criminal Code. Adopted.
i Mr. Uiiderhill give notice of a bill to pro.,
tact bird. !--...,
'
SENATE.
Jan. 1856.
. Mt. Matthews-rra bill amending tha Coda
of, Ciril Procedure in the one bualrel ani"
first section, relatire to icauter claiiss aa -stt
offs. '
Mr. Taylor, of Geauga.introduced a resolu
tion instructing the Stuniing commitlee on
Roads and Highways to inquiie into the ex
pediency of so amending the laws as to re
qnire County Comiliiraionarsto make, person- :
al examinations mi regard lu tlieilaymg out
mill locating c oads, mi explained iig object
with appropriate and pertinent reuiiirke, cob- ''
'.ending thai much uj Urn heavy tuxes groW "'
out ol ihe small draius upon, our countr
treasure Adopted. . . . " '
on motion ol Mr. Marsh, the. Judiciary
Committed were iuslructed to inquire into
lhe expe.liem:y ol with drawing pp?allata
j uiibiitliou from district four 1 a iu ctrtaia
cases: . , . , ..." ,
' Ibt- Whether the General Aisambly bis
constitutional power, special 01 general '
laws, to amend I lie charter of incorporated -conipanieitheacts
iicorptrrated which were
in lur.-e atthd time the present constitution- -took
edect. with the consent ol those com-
panies, or to provide a ur.ode by whuh they,
insy be amended, and il so, by what kiui of
law5,uild as to what aiuilao( corporation sutb ;
ameudiiiinuu may be mine, and withia 1 . 1
what limits, . .' ' ' ''' ; . - 1 . '
'AI. .Vhat"wo'ti!d be tilt effect of auch. -amendments,
if iiade and accepted upua
Uie riihts and responsibilities ol a lock bol-
ders in such-corpjrti jitif .
Mr. Keiley was aware that inch a ques
tion would arUe.nt '.be codise 01 leisUuoA .
but he relied as much upon, the opinion of
the ,'utliclary Committee, asupo.i that of
lhe Attorney Gsnerul. His 0wu opinion
was that no new special coipotaie puwars
could be granted.
' Adjourned lilt 10 o'clock, Moaday morn- 1
in-, . ' -: .v
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE.
COLUMBUS, Jan. 12, 1856.
, The following bills were icad the first
limei ' -; j. 1. n , .
'j A bill to amend the. Act Ior thi' bcoi ' '
poridion of towiwhipa; , - ,
I A bill supplementary to the Act defining
the power of Justice of the Peace and Con
atablea in criminal cases.' "
'A svsotution uasoOereJ b'y Mr.Ihompaoai
or Meigs, for having lhe House shut, up
closely Irom Saturday night to Monday mort "
ing. aud no peraon ediiiiiied.: " ' '" n : r
, : Mr. Hutchison of madisoii. moved thai tbA
resolution be indjfhiilely poatpohed. " -
The Yeas ao.it N'aya being ctemandej in the
indefinite postponement -at ,tlw resolu.tioo,it
resultol-Yeas. 54; Kays, , 47. ' . " f
Ar. Sawver, in the course of the' fttarndL
sion observed, that ha found ihit
tlemen had taken , tha inoris 01'. lb Uoiwa
iu tharcev Toe next steu would b i i,,.
posed, resol in Mrt to make the members g V
10 churi-h.rmd tiien anoiir irmil,l i..iin
direct -wiiii hurch. .Ti. wiw wera "so '
oiUcbalMnJ Uit members would . o,n hr.
oa6uu.las,iwouia bhe tfR-ir' psr-iVr Sua-
day lie woulif. 'eiiiur .lo' sv AnJ Ina :
ierSeuotsat-Arras wei petit loiSuutays aa i
-eil ,as. Mondays; and tould. very caaily
k.p Una House uueniuiliro la chun-U i, 1
aiteudfug toilw fifeU,U4tely. ' -'j
Mi. lowusend gdveuoiice oft bill ton'r
pel thai pun Of 1 ue usury laws' wliiclk.' 'pet.
lint ten prr cf tit. iuteit'tti to be taku ; U:h. '
eriwika. ol the .iuiijiHlueuou ul blile lot. -
Ia.ii.i- 1 A, u. .-1. '.
o wains. 01 a uui to amend '
tu Coinmou Sciwol Liw.' ' ' '. t.i .
A pennon was ureSeate4 for a Mains' Li. -
qnof,Law. 4 b ,;.- .., . !
-t1e'K.frfrk- - '. "... '' " .
panto the people auunauhi .... i !
uihiu & icauiuuon. to sub-,
kmuiiu;iolfliM!0lil uie, pivJiibiuwa tor
lioui toriw: si t iaorf -Uia u U
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