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C1TI 01 IABCA81IK.
APRIL 19, I860
Tfc !( .aCirenn,aBPolyaray
Tb me-re whiob culled oal this to
tionrww a bill wbicb wu passed Uiroauh
tKe Uou of R pwentativo, proTiding
for.lhs abolition of polygamy io th U r
ritoryofUUh The result places the
seal of condemnation upon this rulio of
barbarism; the o e beinjf in tbo propor
lion ol 149 fur the bill, to 60 ag,inst it;
bat yet a ttain is left upon our natona
scutcheon. There weis 60 mmb rs of
what claim to lie a oivilned christian
represenUtiTe body, whe e't ihomselves
callxil Bpon to reeord tlroir asnm SRaiiist
tbo bill, thnrvbr implying. nl "0,r "
k.n mi lnt ihair indifftirenco io (lie
prtotire of polygamy amingst tha ' '2,-t
Duy Saints.'' The vote was not strictly
pon pany grounds, ihougli Republican
M rubers, with ry fcwexcopions, ot.d
for lb bill, while the 60 truting ag inst
i( wore principally Drmoersts, inclulmg
(he whole of the Ohio r-presonatton
' Varioot pieteita will be p'lt lot aid to
e use, or paliaethe motives of thus-'
wlic opposed the bill; some of winch we
can readily anticipate. The question of
jurisdiction, or the pftwi-r of Congress to
nam and ei-cute pmial laws for territo
ris or States, will be pr.im nunt among
them. Another plea will be, tt at polyg
amy is strictly a r li'iom institution, pe
culiar to the Mormon people. Other wtl'
irja thai the evil will in time work its
own cure Still uth-r prutz s will be pro
nosd. But we liars n-ither tnu nor
dip itio.i (o arguo Very laborat'ly, any
Of these point, a- wo are sot writing for
a people who are pr pared t enter'a o any
p;lli iliiig excuses for HU ll a Course SB IliS
which we are . ond m iii!. It in enough
f r in to kn 'W, ihitl t no JiOojjIi- of Ohio,
of ll political ooinplexioriH will n fnmi to
en lorse t'.rir repn-s ina ivtts hi i Imw
ahiiie lthe trust r- po-d .n tlicm. T' e
lu olives of thosi- who oppoerd tho hill,
pro' ab'y I ok b-youil the prune it hour.
The conn i iit'onin pr vieion which
guaMiito t every m in rslttr mm fiHul un,
is o il (j'lite wide i-a uj;h to ink - in ins i
lU ions b -l 'nijiooj to b Wish-, and which
aim a do h b n at h- vitals ol' civil sta
lion. ni'onli'y s d the ulir uimu relitf i
Lrt it bu sujip i0'l, i Inn a oniony, cluim
ing the proleoti n and pitiroiiage of ti e
. (InitMil Sial , Klioiiln, in sutordaiKiH with
their cnnvioiiuii ol r lioimis duty, insii.
tuio and primtii'e the right, ol humiin s.io
rifioi; would thsl pnutiro li d pmleiioti
ia unr govi rumenl, or even poiiiiiMnia.
Freedom of religious woiship, in rgard
to its righ'H and reremeuii'S, is nut re
strained by our laws, mi lung as priva e
or publio rii;hi8 are not dialui Itud ilrehy,
or th ciirdiual principles upon wln.:li our
govurnniont is built, on 'ungi-r-d. The
constitution reservua tho right to the peo
ple lo protect themeclveH and their gov
ernment from the inva.iort ol suuh iiimi
(U'ioii of death.
It may be cUimod that the wnrM knows
Wull enough, that the puople ol this, the
, ohriitian republiu of North America, are
not polygaiiiidis. Tho woild does not
know that we ure piilygamists; but il we
put upon our journals, and send abroad
the bet, thai one of iho colon o ol tii
. United Klalcs practice this . unoivi.'ix d
thing, as a religious right, and tl.it a re
spoutablo portion of the peoplu' ruprcs n
Intivsg in ('ongreas asaomliled nidia-d to
pmsa luw to aholiah il, tlm mi1 ion in
aiained tbi-rby, and looses caste with the
This institution is a witl.oiing curse,
and a blackuing vi il on our f lir name
among the civilised na ions of ilm sarin;
and no man can, in his capaoity of rcpre
ssntativo of an enlightened people, amjuil
.. himself by so flinny a pretext, as the wa:it
of oonstilulional power. He must uliaU
' the dirt from his own skirts, or rooeive
tho condemnation of an insulted people.
WrTho following is the list nf drawn
juror for the May term of .he Kairliuld
John I! W,..Uy,
Kiohard D Hulphen
Kushcro 'k "
W nui "
. Oeo:'H Biuith
James Kno s
I'ugh J. Murphy
; Christian K. Huhorn
J ha Weldy
Isaac R Strickler
, Daniol Collins
, Joho Taggart
' Jacob Kerns
' ftavid Cha-Ies
, Joel Kbntffer
- Henry M Brandt
:. Andrew (Joker
... Daniel Ful s
. : John J. Fuller
- David Uoier '
Mad is n
3 f Taity oriJ Iawnre
, ..ui mung wi n itrt Jtopu lie lis d
0 wjll uui enJ d ilegut, a to iho Union Con-
t l vantioo.
CoL Tit us -Mm
be.!a has our t'mks. YV. l0,, to hear!
fioua hiui often.
A NATION'S DEATH.
We aio glad to see the laws n leting to
the position of Debtor and Creditor dis-
tossed at more length and with greater
jearnesuieea iban ever before. vi-n if
in the couis of suuh discussions, many
crude tilings reeaid, nd even many po
si ions are asiuued that prove inilolen
sible, it never hcle-s shows to what par
ticular topic public attentiun is directed,
snd th tendency und temper of popular
thought. The relstion of dcbtoi and cred
itor i not what it ought to lie, by any
mt-ai.s, though a great improvement on
what it was not very manv years ago. Of
course b tli partii-s to this r-la i n are to
receive consideration at 'he hands of those
who think, talk sod write on lb s subjeoi.
It would be as great a wrong to lighten
tho hu dens ol one class at the m-nifest
uxpense of another, as not to attempt to
ring about a bettersiaie of a8;iirs at all.
Out, thus farinriviiis-d historr, the cap-
iiuli.-t. thai is, the crediior, Iihs hud it
pretty much Ins own wav; and that way
has invariably b en ko b irlsnd grinding,
nprati' g wilt such cruehing t'ffect on
liumuniiv. that it should bo accounted
noth'ng strano if the qui. knncd rympa
hies o' this ae w. re to render its Intel
Icct active in devising means ol equitable
In our opinion, the whole system ol
credits, as at present tolerated and tirac
tired, is wrong. Credit should, by the
law ol nature if no other, cease where
bonsump ion begins They whu buy lo
sell again, nioVi d by tho spirit t f ti ad.
and specula ion, must of course bo re
dnced to the neuessny, grester or less, of
asking lor time in which to mako ihci
p.iymentt, though we believe a great re
form CoUltl be wist-ly introduced even in
to H is psrlof the Geld; but they who buy
to consume, ought to buy for o-tsh, and
cash only; and it the retail trader i-hooHe
to favor some with credit, lei it bo fully
understood ull round that he does so fr in
nothing but i-onfi.leiicu in his customers'
honor, no law being able to reach them
wi.h us compulsory process on his be
half It Ik no uuvsnisge, n the great
mniority ot jfisiinto-s, for a person lo oh
tun cr. ili; on tho contrary, it is extremely
harmful, and iiuitrHsmiinh so to the ured
itor, too, us io the debtor.
Thor is no HOi vitudo, whelher in this
or any other ooiiuiiy, like thai of being in
ileiil. Ih'bt ie a hull And chain fastened
in tho inu.itul cnciL'ii'B. Ditlit is of i bell'
a hninl, ho-vov.-f scduciivelv ir may pre
-.en' its II ut tile oumut. And it is lament
ahly ' mo, to i, whuie, hh with us, so many
;('iil" tin. I tliemsi-lves ill this category,
and ho laws hear with such severe iiii
iiuality up .n lln-m, that the oolleo ive en
ergies of a whole na. ion sro lo that ex
t in p ralis d.uinl finally deetroyed. The
Ian , as i is lo b seen illustrutnd with us,
is one 1. 1 the xLtldcet in our whole condi
tion Mere physical Imudago hears no
sert of com). ii ison with it. This en
slaves thev ry kOuI. crump ng and dash
ing a. I ii HHpiritiioiiit for freedom and
growth. It tawi-g a inastiif's hold upon
. lie mar., and shak-s the true manliness
oiii nf him. And wh -rutlio laws ari so
constru .-toil as to favor tl.e creditor ut the
ast, r t h.-r than the debtor, it cannot lie
hut the lail-r iu'ihi sullui far more deep
ly, than ma)' a. Ural thought bo estimat
If we look around lis, wo shall find that
lens ol thou -.aii'ls of p rsons, iepranlinif
the uui-ries. the siiength, the labor, and
the w .itli of the entire nation, men who
aro especially adapted to the work of da
veuiping the national resources to ih-n
fullest exiout, und Uadiug up tli- nation
al name to tha high"St material, if nut in
toduoiual auht Vetnuiits, are living, and
oi. ly living, with tho threats and terrors
of a ivrsimioal statute for the collection
of debts over tho.r h ads. I hoy look a
hn ad, and can d.soern uo'hing in life for
them to do, beotuso they huppened to bo
unlorluiiatu in Wi.at tney havo ulrady un-J.-rtikcn;
and a cruel I w is permitted to
ati-p in and ssy to the debtor tha for the
rost of his l.fe ho shu!l tiof exorcise his
talent, nor bring into play his ei.orgics.
nor exercise Iiih ingenuity, at the iisk of
having iho results pronouuo d upon, and
suaiui ud from him at any liuiu. H -nuu
no is chtined, hand and loot, lie f-uls
cons, ions that he is nothing better than
a wr ck already If hu can nianago to
keep hia family t .gether, and sail along
through lifo by dodging into Ine lit l
ciivu4 und hays thai so in along I he shorn,
hn will i-s roin himself pirtioulurly furiu-
ii.tte, ami tri s na-u lo oe content with
merely that. Dui thore n nothing more in
lif for him. Thoiaw has thuiidored its
siitthams iig'tinai him lor his minlortuies
mis or u nee, loo, wniuh that samo law
has iiidiioctly helped to rain ujion hia
lilplns he, id, and henceforward bis man
hood is crushed; aoi-h ly no loi.ger reoog-
mr.es nun us un individual or neuess.inv
force; hu falls out of the car of ptogress;
he may noi plan, aim, devise, work, as
pire any more, but must finish his world
ly oareur with creeping in 'bo saudhoUoi
corner, and worrying out h.sexi eaoe as
iju oily as he can.
Nuw why all relleo ing tnon at once
a-k - should these things be so? Luw
ought lo b. Hupi'.niacy of reason, and nu.
the hare representative of baolutiam; and
wht possiblo roson can there be in taking
awuy a mau's incentive to ex-iriion, bieaa
tug his epirii, crushing out his ambition,
and di-rtruying his eneigy, because hu
was once obliged to suff r hia note to go
to protest? We cy ou wi h the si.rille-t
and most shrieking denunciation against
public insl.iiicos of tyranny and coiupull-
d ext inal sutl'-ring; wo are tho vaunted
fi tends of and advocate for the sWvo whom
we cannot reach with our hand, and who
does not yet begin to dieam oi the value
or meaning ol Urn boon we seek to ox end
linn; but we sciuiesou in a leual arrnn.'o
iiiiiouninig, in ict. io a urinuing
!.. i . i-
lyranuy, by whiuli not onl the bodies
hut the soul likewise ol cultivated and
highly intelllKnui wnits men are ground
to impalpablo powder. I there not a
wicked inconsistency somewhere in ihiaT
r is it rather a piaotiual illustraiion of
that ''teles opic ptiilanihrjpy ' which pre
I- rs io g ta afar off rather than first look
Human life, considered as a physical
and spiritual o .lubina ion, ia the most sa
i-red of all tlitnga known io us, and much
mote sacred in this eia of advunremco
ihai in any that has gone bsfoie. Hut do
we legislate as if We thought il ot much
valu T A bloody caltslrop be thrills the
community aiih Hcniimenis of oombined
pi y and horror; but t.,e slow torture of
I ruman b..um. af.er havinrx first suookIu.I
'n P'',,,'8 their phyiioal energies,
cans lot in no expressions oi sympathy lor
I the holplens sufferers, or of indtgntttion
at the system that so surely destroys the
Whole of a man. Is this beo-use we oan
no penetrate with oar perceptions deeper
thau the rind of things, lo look at what is
all the while going on steadily within?
Is it 'rue thai the apparent is. with us,
only the real ond Hurt murder is co
inu der, il the bieatb is not suddenly
choked out of a mn, or the red blood
made to flow? . .. -
An exchange, in spesking of the mise
ries ol (lie men oi nusioriune, rrniarkn
with great pertinency and force "The
well known statistics snow inatover nine
ty per eent. of our traders or merchants
fa I; and, as this grout number grsauatiy
toks out of siirht, il be pet sons are Don-
esi snd couscieniious, the sorest trials a-
wait them. If they cannot compromise
their indebtedness, they at once lose their
ndividuality to a great extent, lhey are
not recognised as live members of society
Tnev oaooot enter into new negotiaiioos
ic make or earn money, even o pay their
iabilitn s. They are oeprtved of all ad
vantages preliminary to success, and, as
must be exnec.ed, gradually lose courage
and hope, and, with their families, in too
many instances, thoy become perhaps a
burden on the biitte, or a' bes are de
prived of the glori iu- p ssib lilies thai
migut lisvo awuited intm ana tneirs.-
Alas! hew true, how Sadly true is tins
picture of lilel , We live in disgrace and
social degradation, while we suffer the
pre-ent lws, regulating th relations ot
debtor and creditor, o remain on the aia'
u;e book. They can readily t,e def nded,
we know; so can tyranny and wrong oi all
kinds; but wo put in our plea here for a
system of legislation that shall at least
endeavor to interpret the spirit and senti
ment of the age, not those of the ages ont
of which we have happily emerged. We
want statutes tba shall seem to'recogoue
manhood, as well as property; and we ap
h)I to all professed and busy philanthrop
ists to bestir themselves in behalf of the
enactment of such staiutes. Let as rec
ognixo. in our legislation, the g eat under
lyini! fuel, that no nation can thrive and
become greai so long as it is in wsnt of
men; and let us remember, too, that in
this ago men lire n-t the mere machines
Ibcy were in tho feudal days, but repre
sent affections, sentiment, intollec, tho't,
and so energizing will; an. I in proportion
hh law rears its ctcst and s eks io trample
.11 these el'iiiients and qualities undi rits
iron f'-oi, is a nation di pried of tho pow
er nd glory o which it might otherwise
mako perpetual bmat.
Who could to duy sit down and pursue
a true and ver-ta le history of the suffer
ings that have been sth-nily borne by the
tinny ot persons, whose greatest crime is
that lhey chanced to fail in business?
Thous'inds snd lens of thousands have
been ruuiJo sluves for life by this single
liillinif turn in n.iture, whose energies
ought to hsvo b -en saved to the nation;
but ilio ii omt'iil tlioy m gilt begin tu earn
Hoiitothing fur themacltes, unloss they
could nianago dcxteiiojsly to nonco 1 it
from view, it is sunt, lied from them by
authority of law. In such n ease, there
is n inducement for them to ren. w ell ti ;
if (hoy uto certain tohavn iheirail s..aicli
ed from them, to what end will tli. y eon
dumniheniseivcs toaucli s.-rvt'ude? And
so they oithei waste or throw their lives
away. They retiro, liko wounded soldiers
hi l.uulo.to the rear, and aro beaid ot no
... A I
morn. Huv and uion one struggles as
with iuuiirhunian exnioi s against so
melaneholy nd ignoble a fain, and com -s
oiroou(junror over both foes snd for unu
law ami luck; nui these instai cos aie s
ver rare as lo be hold up us very models
of h roism.
The s mo paperadds, in lllusiration of
his very thought which we Iisvh already
levcloned n iinely, that it is the energy
md free spirit of a peoplo thai secures to
it all its greatness and glory "What
whould bo the eff'ct were a certain de
cided number of our most onergetio and
capable business mon annual.y moved
tr m us, sent away, taken irotn our com
mon oouutry? Whul was tl io ello. t upon
France under tno religious perse ution of
Lou s XIV., whon tliouiatids of In r n.okt
ingenious and useful citixena left their
country and sought the protuclion of oth
er governin.-n s? Most sens bly a. id se
riously were tho olio ta felt in that oouu-
iv, and most vividly havo tho bulelul re
suits ' e n discribd by her histor ans.
Our own ou.itry to-, ay is reaping im
portant results from thai expatriation; and
soino ol England's most populous towns
ind most thriving uio owing to the same.
Conservative, ex ra, prudnn. and oauiious
men arc nooessury o a nation, ou. it
will not do lo have all of his class. The
unsuccessful, ss all know, ure generally
tho en.irjetio, the dam,, the inuova iug
class; upon these does a nation d pend or
hh progress, lor its success, lor its power
To cite tn oxutn,.lo that ought not to e
heedlessly forgottun, and which will pass
into history as a philosophio fact, alter
the genoral bankrupt act nf IB4I, our
whole oouutry sprung into new lilo; trade,
oommoroe, Manufaoturea, seemed to be
almost magicaUt ronewed; th ! who had
been hampered, weakened, oppressed, at
once be sine men; tu -y re-engaged in bu
siness, ih-y i roughl t' eir energies, their
power, ti.eir exponon e into play, and
most successful y doinotiatraied the neces
sity of a law that should give the proper.
ly of a duhior io his or ditors, and bis life
and exertions to luma d, and Ins tsniily,
and bis ountry."
Il is wxll put. We nsed any no more
We hac already expressed our bul ef that
suuh liberal I wsaa lond d to build up a
ene of lienor in the debtor, w -uid be I r
mors lo the final advantage of the crediior
himsaP than those that are now tuffoied
to exist. Hut if this view ia not enough.
then, d rtuinly, when we como t add lo
it the other two tirst, that no nation an
alford to trifle with and waste its own en
ergies; Beeond, ihat mas is of inuoh more
oonsequeii'-e in the seals ol national
strength than liter proporty, beoaus pro
perty i divested o all (.ower without the
aid and direution of an intelligent and
free possessor wa think the argument ia
f ully stated. Uut mors man this, ana
b Itet than all, tne philanthropist cannot
overiooa uio orui-eu onu ui suing i Dini,
uno un ed in lha o nsus returns, that
havob en made suuh bv the pros -nt law
ior the o .lie lion o debts, lire is an
opan ft Id in which a wiso rl rm. rofleot
lrg in aume propor degr-e the advan-od
Minim oi an t id as ot the time, mat be
ailvo aled with cloquouoe and power
Suppose we all turn lha subject ovor to
gether. .T. R. MUMUGIl
Hnv rvninviM. my ofllo) In tho loon, ron.ly
ruiilril by llr, Hat.nw, Taltmailge Block . Ion
nu hi ine nnmi oi inetinin.
April. MM IVIWtr.
fnm is Ohio suu Sourui,
Baak Taxstloa Ta fiesenl State ftka,
For some yetr past there baa brea a
con roversy going on Deiweeu tno an-
tl or t ies ot tha atau a ana tne Banks in
relation to tho rate at widoh the latter
should be taxed on iheirearninga. In the
present year but a small portion of the
taxes assessed o& lue nsnxa nae Deen
paid into the Treasury. W. find by the
Audiioi's Report h t since 1850 the fol
lowing sums h va been taid into th- Treae
nry by the H.nks. vn: in icoy vjo.iju,-
86 in 1851, 954,484.34. In tbe four
following years no axes weie paid. In
1853, the Auditor called the attention of
the Legislature to the fact thai but few
of tbe Banks had paid the taxes assumed
azamst them under tne acioi .aprii oa,
1852 and he intimated mat tne oenn
nnencv betokened lb ex stence of a con
spiracy to tran pie upon and override the
authority wnicn gars mom imu w, yj
r te nis enco. He stated that tbe pro
visions of the laa under which Bank
p operty is taxea are oemonsiraoiy
j . Ll- - -
just an ' equal as tl ose wnicn appiy to
m r liants. Droxers, manuiacvumre, oco.
'I he Banks resisted the payment of taxes
a der the act of 1852, and contended that
they should b- tuxei only at the rate
nrovided tor in the ceneral lw under
1 1 fT., Cl
which they were charterea. ine oupreme
Court ot Ohio in 1853 decid.d tbut ihe
law of 1852 was valid nd constitutionsl;
but this decision waa reversed by a aob
a quent decision by the Supreme Court
of tha Uniied tat-s. Whilo the matter
was in controversy in lbs Courts, no tax
es were naid bv the Banks, but in 1856
lhey paid into ihe iressury as taxes aue
prior to Nov. 16, 1855. $180,961.20; in
1856. 844.444.49: in l67. xu,:.z
in 1858. $11(3 04; in 1869, 121,683.67
or a yearly average ia the last ten years ol
138,634 55. ,
We subjoin tbe substance of the decla
ion by the Supreme Court of tbe Slate in
JHjfiJ, and the substance oi me suosequen
decision by the Supremo Court of tbe Uni
The Supreme Court of Ohio in 1853
decided (bxebange cans ot uoiumous
vs. limes) hat tha tax law oi April l J
1802. is valid and, constitutional in (ho
liesis it cruvides for the taxation of barks
bankers and brokers, and that said tax
law, al'hongh il pnscribi a a different
mode and greater rale of taxation than is
biovid' d tor in ti bum section oi in
bank ng law of 1846. is not repugnant to
. M W.
tbe consiiiunoo ot. lb unitsu a.atea, ii
held that the manifest effect of the oonsti
tutional provii-ion a lo make property lb
basis and ihe lol basis oi taxation. An
the ohieol beinir equality and fairness
reuuires. by a true icierpretaiion: 1st
Ttiiitlhe Isxes sh ll be ass-ted on all
proporty, oxcept the eubjeo:s of the spec
i lied exeiiiDlions; 2d. That the taxi
shsll be assessed on all property by uni
formrwe: and 3d. That all taxable prop
erty sbull be taxed at us true vaiut tn
this decision was reveriod by the 8u
preme Couri ol the Uniieu Staua (Dodge
vs. Woolsey) ahick held H at -'where the
State of thio. chartered a bank in lU4o,
in which chatter waa stipulated u e a
mount ol tax which the b-.nk should pay
in lieu of all tales to which .,id o.inip.iy
or the stookkoldei's thero, on account of
stoi-.k owusd therein, would oi lie, wise lie
snbjec.; ai d in lMt, the legislature
pa -sed an act l. vying taxes, upon the
bank to a greater mouu an found-d up
on a iliiror.-n, piiample: This act is in
or.lliot with 'he Consiituiion of tli Uni
ted Siaifi, s in-p tiring ihe obliuanon of
ciiiira. tand therefore void. The fsot
that i hi people o the State had, in 1861.
adop ed anew C .nsiiiuii.in, in which it
wus doit.ared mat taxes should be linpo
sed upon bnls in 'lie mode which the ao.
o: 1S52 purport-d to osrry ou .csnnoi re
leass tne Sine from the obligations and
duties imposed upon it by the ooustiiu-
lion ot ihe United Mates.
On the 6 h of April. 1859, the Wisla
tur" p. 'Seed a new law on the subji-et nf
bank laxaiion, by wmen it is made the
tlu.y ol lite i resinem snu oasiuer oi a ve
ry ban to uiske out and return under
oath, during tne month of May annually,
a writ en etaiem. ui, containing lei, the
average amount ol' notes and bills discount
ed or pur.'hssed by sair bank, whioh a
mount shall ini lu.le all tho loans or dis
oounsofsu h bank, w etb r origins ly
msde or rr-n-wed du ing the yeat, and S I,
the aversgu amouut of all moneys, effeo'.s,
or du-s of i very description belonging to
suuh bank, loaned, tnvettod or otherwise
employed with a view to proGi. The C3d
seoiion provides lhat in case ihe president
and cashier refuse or omit to make the
ata.emeut requited, tho Auditor ot State
shall usuertain the amount ao required to
be returned, from the last quarterly re
turns madn to his office, to whioh Bum
shall bo addod fifty por -ent., and it is
mado the duty of tha Auditor of Stat, to
assess thereupon ihe amount of taxes re
quired by the aoi. Oo the JO th of De
cember io etvslt yeat.it i made the duty
of h i comptroller to draw in favor of the
Treasurer of State upon each bank for the
amouut of tuxes bo assessed, which draft
i bhal I bo made ihe duty of said Treai
deni or Cushier to pay forthwith into tho
Treasury. In default of payment of said
draft oo or boiore the 31st of December
any year, tho Tr -HBiiror of State is requir
ed to no ify the Attorney Qn ral thereof,
who shall thereupon pro -eed in the Su
preme Court of the State, against the
S'idsf resident and Cashier by mandam
us lo comp'-l tho payment of tho said tax
es, or he may, at his option, commence
a civil action against l he President and
Dii colors of said bank ia the Court of
ConiinonPleas orSuperiorCourt of Frank
Under this sot tbe taxes aiscsstd on
the banks was as follows:
City Bank of Odumbufl 11,305.75
Commeroial bk. Cincinnati 7,8Jp6.63
Athens Blanch Bank
Harrison Co "
H ick'aVai. "
Mi. mi Co.
Pott iga Co.
Preble Co. "
6 042 43
Tr j ,
3 WW, 10
' Iv'SS VO.
' Total amouaj sussed $76,694.08
be above amounts were draw, for by
,h. r.,,DtrolUr as Mu'ued by the law.
but al! ihe d.aiw were returned unpaid.
Tbe taxea assessed on the bunks under
the set of I859,except ine amount reoev
ad from the Ouernsey Branoh Back and
the Dayton Uank, recuea aoove, nave
been plaoed io Ibe bands of tbe Attorney
General tor cotieciioa. Aiier vuo waiwr
aball have bean adjudicawd in the Courts
of the btate, the question will doubtless
he carried aeaii, to the Supreme Court of
ihe Uonea Biates. mi coouuoauy i-
. . .' u.. t A...i..
. . . . i ; i.o..
nrmea dv some mi iug mm 1
7 I "LTT .1... thaAn,.
except that outheGu rose) Branch Uank, " '"-.w.'"u,'
($795 50.) and that on the Dayiou Bank, ?'. Th.a ia thesucon l time that the
34.02.) amounting .0 829 2, which Hous. baa voted io admit Kansas , a
ht'J. been naid inm the Treasury. State. The Bst time- wa. 6ej thlf;3d of
Tha amount paid in 1840 wa 82! .683.- M rP"" Constitution
66; in 1860. 1829.52, or f2d,854.04 leas .by on.maion y. The Tote on Wedn a
thau in the pievious year. Tl.e way ' may ... styled a seoi onal one, that Is
matters and at ' present no imme,Ha, fwedom is aect.onal. Only three from
Avenue can be looked for from thissourcB. the sl.vehod,ng State, voted f -r the bill
on waronl, dTolared by a majority of of Kansas un ler tn. andotte Col.tu
ODe.audth..t in fu urs decis.on. it would to,i Let the eaata heed their yoice
U . ..n...irl W h .lhur till! IMMOr OOI. I
the future will determine; but of one
thing there can be lit le doubt: the mass
of the neooleof Ohio regard ihe decision
preme Court as just and
that it ought to be .,.
o" the ti a e n
right, and bold
i.T..c1. In the tneam ma the 8tate Tre.a-
5. An,Bcl o. almost all income tr jm
. f " I
i l:. - ., . . a i
tun wuivv. . v
Tbe Cbarters OI me Jub now iuiat-
ence have but a tew years to run, wnen
they will expire by limitation, it may oe
r,klar1 arhsLhar it is Worth while. Under
these circumstanceB. to foment a bitter
feeling agaiust tbem, and derange the To my patrons, who have liberally bus
curreusv of the State to tbe inevitable in- lained me in my professioa ss a Dentist,
jury of iia buaioess interests, and whether
11 18 OOI. UettCr. VU IUB w iiwiw, V
the Banks to pay taxes at ta. rate aitowa
by the lot roer deoisioool tbe United Stales
SuDreue Court, especially when it is coo-
eidered I hat the "law's delay" ia prover-
bial, and their cbarters may expire
lore a linai Decision is nuo ui i. quweuuu. pracvice aa a aergicai auu uiuunaaioai urw
The leaders ol the so-called Democrat- tist, anJ his worthy character as a gentle
io party have, since tho announcement of man and citixeo, merits. He will be found
tbe Died Scotl rjioiurn, oeon mooring witu
trres' seal o inuace tne poopie 10 oeiisve
that the opinions ol tbe Uniied States Su-
j.cmi- Court are of so saored and immacu-i
ate a character that it is little short ol
treason to inquire into the grounds on
winch they are . asod. 1 be Urea . Scott
dictum they have incorporated into their
pla forms, extolled it in their speecboson
the b ump, and exalted it to such s de
trree lhat many have b'teo led to suppose
that the men who pronounced it are li.tie
short of demi-gotls, whose lightest opin
ion should be hold 8 of more weight than
the matured opinions of others who do
nnl fuif-nnfl thnir plavaiAri' noaitinna. Il
w .11 be interesting to observe the oonduet
of these men ll the fu ure decision of the
same Court on the question ol Bank laxa
lion itiObioBliall be io accordance with
thai heretofore made. Will they shout
and llnow up th-or caps and grow elm -
qU-Dt on Hie -lump IO praise OI tnese thao anv hote that dot a seneral redlt batlnett.
Judies BhOU d lhey reverse, by a de.-ision J ' tay u all paactnal paying clttiat of lowa.
. r3 , i . .. I thai I will farolth Pate Book t, and rna Uieir aceountt
tlte UemoCrailO leistauon 01 ioovi or
' i . ,i.nM...... jn-:.i.
IB ll outy wiion .iwi uoi.iiivo iu wroi
of in slavery intere-i. ana atramst iree -
dora in the Ti-rritories, lhat their deris
. - . . .
ions are to be regarded as of peoulur
sanctity? ho can lellr
Prom the Cincinnati Commercial.
Attempt lu Ulow ap Ua Hoiks.
CiHCi.Kvit.LB. Ohio. April 17. 1860
Eas. Com: This tao ning about So1
dock an at einpt was made to blow up the
0b Works in this place, intending to kill
to men and a boy who weie employed ai
the Winks and were asVep at he lime by
a former employ e of the C mpaay wiie
has been arrested and is in Jail
JVA manufactory- of fiction ranches
has just b-eu put in op"'.a'ion a tinrin
nati oy two wealthy ciiiaens of that ci y.
The cost of the bu tilings and machinery
has been Jl.'rO.iHHjt, and it is ike m int ex
b-asiva in tch fantorv in the woill.ex.ep
one in Austria. Ii will turn i ut and pack
6U00 gross of matches a day, at a cst but
lit'Io removed from the raw mi-Winl, and
of a quali y q'U e bi jond anything the
publio lias Been
Oa th 12th day of F.biuary. by the
Rev 11. King, Mr J- an Loosi and Miss
Julia A Bi by.
In this city at tbe Ameri an Hotel, on
the 17th inst., by W. J F. Remmund,
Mr Abnbu Busnr and Miss Dbulab A.
Moorb all ol this county.
THE IUT 6HANGE
TO LOCATE LAND WARRANTS.
A BOUT Three MIIIIob of Aeret of Lead will b
V bronghttnto markettnlh Slate of lowa, ia Jane
Hit. We neettoeiBkeealenilveteleetloaetBlb
vartoat lllnrlcuihroeiheullhe Suie.priMloIke ef
rerlngofthoLande.and from ear experioaew ta th I
batieeee.wa reelceaaneniiaai we eaa givaaauroaa
. lltfactioaMallwho mayentraallhelrbualBaeet onr
care. Taaevalor partner or lb arm will Be) IB baa
caiMrahoavUelrtlof April, and any baalnett tar
with J. W. 8,'aebeowib.of lhalctty, will be atleaawT
al that Urn reet,BlP'HnmciioB
CnrManaadeaeeaolteUed . Addreee
March (5,'S58 dllf
J ' ' L ea
CAunAlAlCc d AIM Is
maim aatmcaaiert wwiw.
AIOI.D AND SILVER BOUGHT AND 80s
XT "lib! Riehango oa lha Kail for talt-lnl
allowed ob Depotli:-
PorMdaytatlharal of per cent per aanam.
" montbt" " S " " "
,i f ,t . . ii u
Lacattr,Pbrnary T,19JS lji
Tallmadge Block, Main Street,
A l.W.'.TS on hand a heavy Mock of GOODS, at Ihe I
by eiperteneed wrkma, Alto, a larfe tnpply of I
neaoy maaa vtotning nprii in, lean an
AVTb&WX AT ILaVW.
OPFIOR-Tatlmadge Building, Mala BlratL
Lancaaier, apiH m, taw
H. L. C RIDER,
rn-lKHDRR hi, pretoatlonal aarvleat I Ut public
I Pulling, Plugging, aad rial work doae In
1 tut and moat d arable meaner.
jnOI'"ICB Oppoett AmtrtcaaBoWt, .
I Uneatter.aprtl IS, I8SS tU
1,4 8 04 n RAPB flROWRRROAIt CAKRTONTllRlBBtT
5.472.46 " SIXKHI motl tuecetafully at Hammontan, free
2n)t7 frorofroela. Some forty Vlnyardtwloutlhii teaton.
,0 w. 1 1 gvt Mammonton Lan.lt, another column.
Oo WedncBday .Jast tho House pa Bed the
bill tor tbe admission ot ivanaas un.iei too
jWyandotUCons ituiion by 61 majoriiy
H aa 73. This was a large
i majority, and we tru.t the 3ena e will sot
P0B ""'l' pwmpUy Bud admit An
Messrs Barret, Etheridx- and Webster.
An equal oumberfroro thenon-slsvebold-ing
nta'Bs vo ed sgaioat it Messrs. En
glish, Sickles and Seott. Absent or noi
voting were thirteso Southern and ilar.-
Northern d moc-ais, and nine npposiiion,
in luiinj three Sou horn. Americans.
The people of Kansas have already ac
cepedtbu wyaodot.e uoosmution. ana
h&va nhiuirt Meals omoers ana a ii-sis a
, -- -
tore under it. awa'l'nir tho notion of Con
, - , -
irw.B. The people expect tb admission
v. J o
Asothxb Vissb It is our honorable
iveleie to give to the world another
pr.ve.eg. w B. .u, --'
-01. Uucle Ned," never befor.
published,, but written and sung by the
""J " -
" V P,0,ure
tTTnltla Ited'anta dow laid dwa bv bit BT.
And he howled la da hrbl sf da boob:
Bdered If B d woaldo't bee at-ln
To hontforde ponamandd eoon,
for twenty yesT in this county, I tender
a,, KraiOIUI UkUUSI'UltlllOUH
l have sold my residence on Broadway,
to Or. J. O. Hamill, formerly of Xenia;
and hereby transfer to him my good will,
and ask my friends to extend to bim that
oe-Uupporl in bis protesaion, which bis long
iQ tbe nmce recently occupb U oy royseit,
at my I ate resiaenca. n. otu 1 1.
Eiule pleau tony.
f, a. 1 can be found at all limes at
tny new post, of conducting the publics
lion ef the Republican ooanty paper, at
the Uasette rooms, in tne rallmuV bu'ld
lines; third story. . tl- a.
JUL OC2 3E3 SC.
AND DBALKR IS
WrOULD eav. lhat he It bow llllBf ap Slock for
I be prepared lo tupply Ihe Varatert with Pith from Ihe
WW tboHi-Kinu TKAVK, aua ib a row aat win
u- 0" Bon,wh,fJ,
z.m, urmt en cjsh, and 1 can
1 QBUU SPUU'SS.IP'&IX
for thirty dayt, allueoad f which tin, will eipecl
i tne atoaev. junn Liunn.
. , I... r.l. . biibvuviso rnjip.u
1 with an he imptemenu. Auo.arauieioruAHr-KR
I TU u.u nu 1 D f I
TBK'B DKAPflNO IISTHOatSSTS, all or which I
will tell very low. JOUR LYOSS.
Laaoattei,Apn u, tens veil
JOB LTOS. JISKf IT0
I.Y0TJS & SOEf
a RB reelevlnB and opening Ihelr tprtn ttock o
l aoodt tab racing all the sew till of
1'iul le Chfvreg.
Sod th moat SuhlOBabl tly1t of Bilk
Wo keea aa head eoBManlly Ik lbrald A mot
keaa. Wareataiu aad Arwrahl Prlntt. Our Mock ol
Uadla Baara teeondioaoae aad will be told
Ladies Qal'ersfor6trtn0etlemem 0
ford Ties f -r 10O,
Oar ftonneu arc lb vary tateat eat. Wo aordlallT
Invite onr tailonera and friend who want goal
argal t. a to call aa tee at.
AS remavod hleofflc to the Rhainwr Block, two
Soon South of H. B. Hunler't Ornr store.
leeldence HeoSeld Building, Horlhwett ooratrof
JlalB Bndllelumbue Streets.
UBcaaler, April . ISSS.-lml
MtSSatlRI GRADUATED LAND.
. Mmm th wkt
I iiraBiBawkima:ihaieMiry Pr
II "v .,'r!d, afspi4euata
Ths Kaceivar' Dapllcat. aad an advance ta of
BIS It reo'iirea. neitnee oi me io oe pal upon de
livery of Pittet. Should bo Patent be obUlnod. the
aavaao win b reiunaea, ana bo
ay In lata matter ladaogcroua, while pronptaeu
T ktvt for tale, hand, all tbe lime, Laadt
in aay locality, al very lew pneet. Tin aartueeiioi
able. T. W. TALLMAUOK.
' Real KtlaM Agent, Colambui.Oan.
TIIOITIAS G. DODSOIV,
AT ri8HBLfl C0R3KR, BROADWAY,
Manufactort Cabinet Ware of all
di BorintionB And Btvles.
I IS Wim, are made or Ihe beat maUrlalti and
COFPINB of any alyla. farntibed an
nanal nolleet aad will auend htunl.
a lowaanaeouairy, wu or wilbuule Hteree. lie
i win aito atieaa to
CARPETING sj UPHOUTERWC
I IB lb City, or Is th country.
Mr. DOLI.T, Ib Ihe earn MUbllumtal, man
afactBret aad keept for tale,
PLAIN AD FANCY CHAIRS,
ad kaaeellv, and la V worth th awan lby aU.
or Cwlvmbicb, euie,
CwaiswlMaite! BtMaaakar l, IgBOt
THit MltraKe t aew tat farrttt, wtH t AtrwagS aad
protiwet ia lit enwret a tattattt iratanif ay aay
jHtreaaiife vMat ia iae arece.
fThvAILT LECTUKRSen theoretical and practical
Book-Xeoptng. Commercial Uw.Peilltcat Keen
Commercial Klhtct, Correapandaaea. Mathana.
Ilea, Penmanahtp, ., by mta of aiptriteot la Ihelr
Th DIPLOMA I In n ou glvta lo any GraduaU
who It aoi com pete at to keep the hookt of say butl
TV a, a teady naliaiitd- Utually lake aa apt pnpll
from tii to aloe weak. Can nler al aay lime, aa
there It no vacation.
rvialOetf Including Bckolarahlp, Book, Board
ing, die., .. about B?S. .
Bcholartblp good In the foot principal Commercial
Coll. get In the United Btatei. ,
Por full parllcalara, neloet Iwoatampa aad addrcu
DUFP.McCOV d CO.,
March S, lt30 tf Oolumbut, Ohio.
Gives noiioe, thai he lias removed bii
Shopto th building heretofoiB known'
as Mas. Oaxix's io w, ppposit ihe Shmf
ter Hoiel. 4w.
Dr. A. C. Barlow baa removed bis
Office, to rooms in the Giesey Bu lding.on
South Bide of Main Street, up siairs. ' "
Crwwp. i v -l
Chlldra tr oftc elmd nrj udduly wit Ibis
SImsm, wbleh.lf aolaolcklj rellsTad. prove falsi.
It mib!Ij attackt rtl Id r la Um alrbl. ar fcliC'
beta Bach ipoMd lo damp, mid wlodt Ibrauch Ik
day! Dap bawM, fett. thla 'hot, m oloUat,
r say lbln thsl obatrscU ponptralloi), nay oecaitoa'
Croup.. Moibenl oarebnrBaraUblslobtaka
lib Ibis dmul (OBDlalal at mUm ba if least
III baiUltaetalwayaadoctor a., be ailed Of re-.
ana j nuM.iu r wie tetena w waaia avle yaw t
o, and aiUisal maaieat'i delay, lo bay a bottle
e( Dr. KATUN'S IHPANTINB CORDIAL. II will
cure every cue or Creep, If takee Ii Uae; aid ls
all eomplalouatleadtDf Teetbin,laTulainB;oa(ba
Coldt,ia II It aold by all leepeetabl drafita-
Maun. VHVKVH DUPOar.Kii York, are pro-
firtetoM,aBd Im sole ainDU for "OR. BKOSHON'S
LOOO Coot)," which for OoDianptlve aad Jhnwte
dleeaaet lea tan remedy. Do noi bt pule with any
other orttclei. ' rite to Cuoacin DuroRT,Kw York,
II y eaaaot gel I hoi ta yoar Iowa.
ITISeadrrliteaiDt. , la-1 r
TrVTHEORKAT DRAWBACK loperaoM emlfret
tnflheeilreme South and Weetera eonatry, It the
foar tber haft or tbe Perertnd Ague ihe aioet dire
ful of all dinette. Every day we bear of pereoat at
tacked by lilt diteaae, and wade belpleat In abort
time, without any aitaDtofaoordliir rtlter, la view
of the (real demand lor a remedy. Dr. Hoitatier tu
prettnted hit CKLKBKATBD STOMACH BITTBRS,
where earaUve powertrorall dlteaene or Ibe Momaeh
have beet aalvertally aehaowledged Tbe Bitten,
prepared after t long experieoc and deep Mud) .bare
received Uie eacomlumt of tba aioal oiIaeBi pbyal
elana. at wall at all claim Iron every pari of war
coaotry To Ihote wbe doubt ihtlr isaay vlrtatt. all
weeaa Ml it to trv weal, aaajafe lor tkemtelvet
retpeetrully. Bold by Dranrlalt aad doaltn atae ral
ly everywhere, SeeadvenlMaenl. iml
OIUIaeM, Beatataek0( dte.
Tbeie nalril aad dttureeable feellactare aeaaralle
ymptoiaaofioma olbereomplainu eueb aedyipep
tla,apoplexy. aad varloot otbert. all r which an
eaated by corrupt noiloai avaller, elontac the ve
rioatetrealatloB: keaet, a ttreaoi r rata of Mood la
Ihe head, aod by the xeitaieala vreal preteurooa
Ut brain. ai.dlBeu,headiche. loaaof reeeory.dla
aeteofilfbl.aad rarloai oOjereomnlalatt are tbe re
mit, rbot ll will be teea thai alt the above palatal
and dlitrewln( iraladleeewe Ihelr orlrla la Ibe blood.
Dr. NORSK'S IR 1)1 AN KOOT PILLS are aehaowledr
ed to be the only aiedlrlnt that will thoroofhly partry
of life ob IU Joaroey laroBth Ibe aytleat.
mo oiooa. aovr vator m oioouuia roiiow laettraam
1 bey roe
ont ail roBiavte ana impiimy, and dnv eat ovary
anbealUiy obttractloaa. Thojr thoald be taken every
Bight la tnnlcient quantities to operate briakly, by
commencing with two pllla ob going lo bed, three lb
aen Bigni, ano tour toe aeait re the tymptoBH ara
not reaioved, eomaiene again with two Dllla and nm
again aa befor. Continue In Ilka jaaaoer aulll Ihe
Mood It thoroughly partSed,and all paio and ditlren
W entirely removed. '
ObUlBont or our FREB ALMA RACS. and read th
ht.tory of Dr. Morelt father, and how tola medic in
BEWAKKofa counterfeit of thete Ptlla-VHLLOW
WKAPPKKS. All genuine are In RLUH wrapt art,
with the elgaatnra of B. Lake Jndtoo, on ttck box.
Dr. Morae't Indian Root Pllla are told bv ill daalara
Ib aledlclnet. April $, 1SS0 lad
Dr. Hhack Yewrlf Btimit,
Diiltii EirlLLtn nnini Bloob nv Dn. Roa.ra'i
SoaaBisavun Haaiaiu. I kuow of fourteen hun
dred and Bfty one portont, tome of whom have been
given over by phvtlclana, who have been radically
vw.au vj hi, ovenuiaavian meaiomee, una I oo not
hear of one Ib b Ihouaand of Ihe curea lhat my aiedl
clnet effect. Among them, at copied from my record
areMOof Dyetpepilai I UvarComplaint; 11? Rhea
mniiun; W Scrofula In adulu; ST Scrofu.a In ehtldrent
I3S General Dedtlltrt 4?Seinal Diaahtlltv; is Teller
tadolherdlteaeeeolUielkio; 90 PltuSli Paver and
na-ne, a vannuiaieeaeet. I aav now 0Vr 4 JoS
A genu. Pee adverUtemeBt. lutS
Croup, Dytpertla and Liver I ompltlnt cured by
TRASK'R MAOHBI'IC 01XTMENT.
indolent Tumort and tot it cured by Trait's Mag-
CaaeertearadbvTraak'a Marnelia Olnlnaat.
KryilTtlat cared byTratk't atagnelle Oinlaeal
Salt Hheuia cured by Tratk't Magnetic Ointment.
Bruptionienrad by Traak'i Magnetic Ointment.
Hair restored by Tratk't Magnolia Ointment.
Road advertltomeat in thit paper. . aprtmt
H-aeareo y rraak'taiagnelle ointment
fTIARM LANDS POR 8 A LB, 9S MILES from Phil
I' adelphlaby Railroad, Is the State of ew Jeraey.
Boil among th be, I for acrleultural nurnotea. belna a
food loam toll, with a clay bottom, the fend It a
arre tract divided luto amall rami, ui kintndi
from ail narta of the eounlrv are now attttn ftnA
building, rhe cropt produced are larva aad ean be
aeon growing. The climate It delightful aad eerur
rom irotia. i erne rrom Sil l-pr acre, payable
within four yeart by IntUliuenlt. To vltlt the ,ilac
leave VlaeSlrecl Wharf al Philadelphia at 7K A.M.,
by Railroad for Hammoninn, oraddrett R.J.BYRMKH
by letter, Harmnnton Pott Office, Atlantic couaty,Naw
Jdrtry. See full advtrlltement In another column.
"lam waa naarle ta Uleara.
Bo ttld th Inimitable Robert Burnt, and to great
item there It no doubt he naa rta-ht. There fa no
aeaton of Ihe year whit h pcrtont are mora liable to
cunirnci ueeeaeea man in tne spring, Ihe maay aud
den changet of temperament, the damp and tlueh of
dlttolvlng taow.addtd loth folliet of many fathton
tend Ihouaanda to a prematu re grave, fan nothing pre
vent itr We have but to mention "Dr. Lladtaj't Im
proved Rlood Httrcher," and Ihe queallon It antwer
ed. Rcadtfaecertiaoatetofiucfflcary. Tryabollle.
If talltfactlnn It not given, money refunded. Bold by
all Ihe principal Drugglttt In Iba Union.
!0Se advertisement la anoUer column.-
rpo roWBfjnPTIVEB.-Thcadvertlter hav.
I lag been rettorcd lo health In a few weeki.by a
tlmpie remedy, after having angered acveral yean
wlib a tevtra L? Afttiin, and thai dread dl. ate,
Coatumptlou, itaniioutto make known to kit fel
low. tufforere Ike meant of car. To all who detlra
It, h will tend a copy of the preeerlplloa utxd irtt
taerg c ) with dlrecttnnt for preparing and nrlng lb
tame, which lhey will Sad a tur Cure for Centaap
liea. iiliaa, Bfntkitti, et. Th only object of tho
aereruterin tending the pretcriplloo It to pencil tha
afflicted, and he hopeaevery tnferer will try hit reme
dy, aa It will aoel Ihem nothing, and may prove blea
ting. Panic wlthlng the preaerlptlon will pleat
nddreat RKV. BDwAKD A. WIIOfl.
Feb. IS, IBSO-Jmll Wllllamtbargh, Ungttlaad.
DB. nOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC
j t i- : . it. .
apt, Atw mtftirti Am frtat popularity owiy
lavwmaa ywar trial UnbowxUi witraxs
. wa it rmimei if lAern in U mH end tie
p-ft ioffnnowKud Am worthy.
Unr CoBiplalnt, Bripepslt, Jaiiidlee,
Beblllt; or the KeriOBi Bjfitefla, '
Slttasei or the lldacji,
we? 0 aVrtaMi aWnaa from s iittritrei
tW.sr Wethitti (At (omcA ssa iig-Hvt
eremn, en tpiily ose? fermontnlly curtd ty
(At GERMAN BITTER8.
' The Balaaaito Cordial hot eejuM m
' njmimtita turpimg Ail eeny timilarpr.
frati Otvtf. It will wr, WITUOUI PAIa,
A atMl trneri and' lengttetknf ..
CeSfk, CsU, st EoTaaaa, Iraaskitls, law
taaasa, Qraap, fasanosia, laslpint
erni am performed tie atott wfsaeiAuiff cnrti
' Conflnned Conamnptiea. .
A Jem item will mite ti one cAecA end
owe Ae meet eetere ZMarrluM freeeediny
, from Cold ii tbb Bowaia.
These medidnee ere prepared y Dr. C. M.
Jaoksos A Co., Jfe. 418 Arth Strut, Phi,
delphia. Ah, and art told y druggiete and
dealers m mtaVcMtt everywhere, al 7S craft
per settle. The eignottwe ef Q. U. Jacksob
mitt be en the tuliidt wrapper ef each battle.
m m bttshb nrnmivrm mfmicmcm or ubat vtmMsm-
, JtM Almanac puatusta annually ey (As
proprietor!, eaUtd Eviitsodt's Almasao,
ye mill fad tutimeny an? eammtndatory
notiees from alt parte ef the tetmtry.. Thete
Alnumace ere five sway by all oar afmte.
BoldbyKAtTPPMAB ft CO.,Uaoelr,Obto.
DR. J. G. HAHILL,
CDsrxiO!lcaO ; ;
mmm. M FriLD ana raetvewew mw mm
fTl- J recently occupied by Dr. H. toott
U7rtw Broad woy.oa aoaarsBoBlB Ofitha.
UIXU Market Houto.