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THE OHIO ONION. !
: .,. -
P.SHshed every fyednoaday moralng la the
OF" of AihlaeJ,.AialedeoeBty,Ohio,
BY II. 8. KNAPP,
at the rate of Two Dames, payable la advaace,
or it any timo wittiia iii raonthsfrera the data ol
eutneriptioii. too Ojtia aid Kimt Cti
will laviriibly bochwged if payraeat be delayed
lantll aspiration ol the ill months.
A failure to pay ia Fall, aad give aotice ofdie
einflnuaaee to the proprietor. at tha eloiaofthe
lima subscribed Tor, will be oomidered an engage
m at for the aeit yaar,aad lo oa year after year.
8. CAMPBELL St Co. would
rm the public that they
removed their etor to the
room formerly occupied by Crouie
i k Jonei, where they will be lound
t at all time ready to accommodate
I he i r eastomere with the
- LATEST FASHIONS,
both of eastern and home manufacture, and on
the moat reasonable terina. They are deter
mined to keep pace with the
FASHIONS AND TIMES i
and not be undersold. Terms Cash or Ready
. MyU,18. Ij20
L. STRONG & CO.,
lesale and Retail
FANCY AND STAPLE
Corner Market Street and Public Stji
We invite the attention of the TRADE and
RK T AIL. purchasers to ourgreat variety of choice
SEASONABLE FANCY DRY COODS.
This immense stock of
Usoful and desirable Merchandize,
A great portion of which has been purchased at
PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALES,
For account of Foreigu Muuufactureri
GREATLY BEI.OVV THEIR VALUE.
i Many styles wo are now offering at less than
they cost to import our choice Slock of SUkt
com arising by far the greatest variety we have
ever' before eshibited, are unusually attractive.in
every grado from tho lowest to the most eipensive.
Man; of the designs were got out eipresslyfor
Ortut Ethibillm of thi WarUTi Fair,
Which we are offering at the most decided bar
gains we have ever before given.
POPLINS, FRENCH MUSLINS AND JACKO
NETS, of every desirable grade, choice Bira fleon,
beautiful high colored goods. A large asaurt,
ment for ts and Is fld per yard, such as lieretulore
eold for 2s and 3s per yard.
OUR DOMESTIC STOCK
is very choice solected with unusual care for
iamilv use. and of belter value than ever before
offered in these goods.
Iliuse Furnishing Articles.
We would particularly call the attention of
purchasers to our unlimited variety of woolen
and eolliin Carpus, Oil Cloths, Straw M ittings,
Hugs, Looking Olasses and Paper Hangings, in
Hiort the Flir fimii Knporiun is no olronn
inducements to Wkolaalt ind R:tail purchasers
that are unoiiualled in eitent and variety f Mock
aid Ltw Prlcu by any other house in the trade.
W. L. STB.ONS k CO.
Minifield, April X8, mi. 9tf
OHIO LIKE INSURANCK COMPANY OF CIN
rpHIS reliable Company is prepar-d to insure
the Lives o all persons in good hoalth, both
ou the Mutual and Joint Slock plan, their
CAPITAL IS 100,000 DOLLARS!
AH paidin.and rainaged by a Board of Diree
vectors, composed of men of capital, integrity
and influence. This Company will insure the
lives of persons desirous to visit the GOLD RK
OION of Cslifornie, at S per cent, eitra. Par
lous going lo California should not fail to seaure
to thtir families a Policy of Insurance on thoir
Lives. Call and get a pamphlet and eiamine the
plan adopted by thia Company.
r . ' L. J. 8PKENOLE. Agent.
At the OIBice, Ashlsnd Mutual Kire Insurance
Company. Ouitavis Osterlia M. D. Medical e
aminerfor this County.
"flRKAT EXCITEMENT IN ASHLAND !1
HO! FARTHERS AND MECHANICS.
Tremendous downfall in Prices at Hurt
man's ,VeM Cash Store" in Ashland.
THE subscriber would respectfilly announce
to the citiaons of Ashland, Ashland county,
arrival ot a spieuuia variety u.
Dry Goods, Groceries anil Queensware,
lie has also on hand the cheapest and largest
assortment of , .i
In Aajhland Cnuntv.
Hit Clothing it H minufactured under hit
"own ey" utd w&rr&oled dooo in the beit man
er Qd rth
Hiaateok of Clolhim eoasi.ts of a largo variety
of Over Coats of every description ol goods.
Cloth and Tweed coats plain ana tancy oaun
Vests, Cloth and tassunere vests, also rente, ua
ilA.atiiriA a.d drawers of everv deacrlDtion.
Hemnsntier I will not be undersold, (life us
call at the old alind of Musgrave fc Bushnells one
, oor east of the McNulty House.
Terms Cash or Ready Pay.
JOSEPH M. HAR.TMAN.
Ashland, Dee. 24th IHol. Sltf
MR. E. M. ENSMINGER would respectfully
inform the public that he has permanently
loomed in the town of Ashland. His rooms are
fitted up with special regard to the comfort ol
visitore, who will always be welcome, whether
they wish for a likeness, or call to saa tne gauery
Daterminad to snare noither pains or eipense
Mr. Bnsminger will furnish IHtenossee that shall
ot be surpassed. Augusts. Utf
avsy Hit Itoomihavibte rsra.eea'te far 9rf story
(auidiajovsccupis'6 Wurman Waltick
The BKAXUKKTH P1I.LS, aiienertl family med
icine, .specially in a country of so sudden changes of
temperature as this, tnrlr valu. I. hicalcuahle. By
havfnithe Brandreth Ptllsalwaya on hand, should a
aadilea attack of sickness take plsce, they can h. llv
aa at oucn, and will often have .(faded, a cur. nature
the physician could kavearrived.
In chulic and liillammatlun of the bowels, these
Pltlswillatoncerelleve, and perseverance In their
uss, aceordlna to their directions, will surely do all
that medicios can do, to restore the hoalth of the pa
tient. In all cases of Indigestion, worms, diseases of the
Heart, and all affectionsvf lbs stomach and bowels,
lira Brandreth Pills will be found a never railing
To insure tin full benefit of tho.e celebrated Pills,
they should he kept In the House, so that, upon the
first commencement of sickness, they may he at once
resorted to. One dose then is better than a dot en after
disease bu aecom. ..tahiished In th. system.
The above medicine 1. for sale by AfusariiM
BuiAitsI, Ashland; tiles 8I6y, Mifflin; J. IK. Boyd,
Jeramevillo) V. (Iuas(I,Londonsilla',as, Wtlttn,
Atiastreddi J.D.Rdbinun, Woosteri H.L. Strorin
To the Farmers I ,
TARMEfti) wishing for Cockle or Clover Seed
J7 Selves caa ha supplied with afrslrate article
at the Hardware Storetl Ashland
flept.Jl, 1H0I- rtir
Attorney at Law, Solicitor in Chancery
and Notary Public :
E. II. SANFORD,
Attorney an.! Solicitor,
, NEW LONDON, OHIO.
MR. 8. will receive claims by mall or other
wise for collection, at reasonable rates in
Ohio, and the Western States, and will attend to
the payment of taies, locating and obtaining
Bounty and other lands, and promptly attend to
matters of law and chancery.
June i, 1852. J J
KELI.OCG ft nlllNKLHHOVI',
Attorneys and Counselors at, Law,
SOLICITORS IN CHANCEEY
tTni.I. attend to all professional business entrusted
VV to their care, in this and adjoining counties.
B W. KEM.OOG.l H. BR1NKKKHOFP.
Jan. 91, lHSH. "It
SMITH & ALLISON,
Attorney's and Counsellors at Law, Ash
-VFflCB-over Empire Btore of Squire, Fampaell
J df Co.
I W. SMITH.
Ashland, Sept. 15, 'il-Mtf
JOHNSON & KENNY,
Ally's $ Counstl'rs at Law and Sol'rs
WILL attond promptly to all business entrust
ed to their care in this and adjoining coun
ties, aur Office, over Musgrave it Bushnell'e
Store, Ashland, Ohio. . 'y"
fiates A McComtia,
Attorney at Law, and Solicilori in CAaneery .
OFFICE, torner ol'Church and Second streets,
it. D..KII. Umlitinm. Aihlanri.Ohio.
June 1st, I84S.
"""v ' ' ..f
E. N. Oatzs.
J. H McCobob.
TIIOS. J. BULL.
Attorney at Law and Justice of the
A. S. REED,
HtVT.tG received tils commission under the new
law. hold, hlmselt In readiness to atlend to any
business wbicU ma come wilhiu the spliei. of lh.
duties ot that oflUs.
Orrtra.tu the bounty netorusi a r..i-
April So. lfii-
DR. T. J. SMITH,
Botanic and Hydropathy Physician,
H AVISO permanently enamisnea
laud. Ashland county, Ohio, on the north Hlrert,
opposite Mr. Drum's Cardlin Mscliiue. uuiu ...
si? to lb. citlaeii. ..id , rt.b.u.U r Uj n,l
r,C.0?r .VteVid to" in' huliu... euuntctcd with hi.
r"rrr!".!!-.... ,M nr
J. W. KINNABIAN, DI. D.
Practitioner of Medicine 4- Surgery:
MAY be consulted at nie resiaencu on m.m
street, Ashland, Ohio. June 4, ISftl.-a
Ur. A. L. Norrls,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAVING permanently estaulisned nimsen a
the centre of Troy, Ashlsnd county, Ohio
will hold himself in r.'.dineae to attond to all bu
lines connected with bis profession
tril 30, ISol.
DR. A. McCLELLAN,
Physician and Surgeon,
RAVING perm.nently establisnea nimsen ai
Orance, A.hlaml county, Ohio, will hold
himaelfin readiness to attend lo all busmesreon
nected with his profession. May,49 tf
Dr. A. Cutiuel
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
HAVING permanently re-e.tahluficdnim.enat
Ilow.hura. Ashland county, Ohio, is again
prepared to attend to any call, which hi.oldlriends
nd others may maae upon mm. u
A. I). SKELLENGER, M. D.
DR. R. (ormerly a partner of I'rnf. Hni.r, and pu
pil ol Prof. L (;. llon.tv (Kur.) of -CanTaai
Mm. nni.L.. Rochester. N. Y.. is now nitrNimrnlfs
cslrifat Hioui.ii Coassas, Ashland Co. O.. for the
Ills prscllces Is lurriniT, KirosaiTOST, Oa-
thutic as. CcaiTiva. He M?es In his office.
N. B. Terms reasonable, belllcinenls April ana
June i, 1(39. Slf
To the Afflicted.
rpHE undenienfd hsvinjr locnted himiclf at
X. Mifflin, A ili I kind Co., O. tenders hniorvicui
to nil thuid iu flen no under tickneM.
All Jcitide ol diieattei have trendy lien treated
with tne heat aurcois ny the nractiee ot the Hoiiin
ic nr Routa and Ilerht Sj ttem of medicine which
I follow altogether.
Acute and Chronic nheumatiami. Diipepn.a,
Pilea, Tetter, nervnua and I'cmale Complainta.
Fita, Cramia,8ick-Hcadache. Patpilation of the
Heart, Aatnma, Liver-complaint, Kidney a and
Spinal affectiona, Conaumoiion if nut cone tu
Tar Scrofula, Favor and Ague, Drnpny, Goitre or
thick neck, kc.1 havo aire idy treated with the
beat aucceaa ahuut thia neiuhborliood, aa the cer
tificates will aliow, we could procure more yet,
1'eraona re(ueittng my service lor ilime mentionetl
and every other diaeaaewill alwayatind me ready
to do my beat for their welfare, and to attond
promptly to calia inm any dia nnoe,
A. ROZKNTiUL, BoUiuo Physician
Dr. R. will ho In A fit land. Fiauklm Honoe, every
Pat unlay; Muhrcanvllk, at Bcaiitl'v Hotel, itietrccnd
TuctMlay of every montli; at Kownlniif, Dfrland'n Ho
tatlitvery avcry ihuiad&y of every muolh; At home,
1 dohrhy eertUy that Dr. RnsenlliayamHt'-lnehaa
perfectly curd Die of ilto Piles and lake Plreurii in
clving ihka itaiemcnt to iba public a a thank to Ilia
irr. aa aoeurni ioiiid amiciea, aa i idvmii wa atinrr
itig fur tfn yars and used every poa-ibla mmne but
alitor no purpoio, uutll the above nam )r. lias
treated and cured me. WM. (M.INK.M I f H,
UullrrTowualitp. Richland Co., U.March llb 1H53.
dnherrby cerllfy that Dr. UownlhiV medicine
ha perfectly eurrd me of the l)ciic)la. Liver cum
plaint and 1 take pleasure In fivuig this Ktairmpnt to
the public Ac. .. P.ZHA DAY.
I do tertlfy with this that 1 was sick with the Drop
ay, and after being treatrd by many Doctors gave up
all hopes of ever fctting mil. But as the water leath
ered eo strong I rtaolved to try the trratntriit ol Dr.
Rosenthal which waasoniucii recommended to ni,
and I found mytwlf after a short time cured, to my
great Joy 1 feel by this time a welt as ever,
, , . JAnm TROVR1.
Gar man Tuwushlp. Holmes Co., March 1st 1W4
aVWS"srwBiftMSV . V1VVMVI
SHOPia the room formerly occupied by Smif
- Curtit, for a law office. Mr. B. will a,
vara la 0a band to nlik. ''Bts." Sltf
The Baltimore Platform.
We publish below ihe resolution) pass
ed by (lie Isle Democratic National Con
vention. They will doubtless be read and
approved by an overwhelming majority of
(lie American people:
"Resolved, That the American Demo
cracy place their trust in the intelligence,
Ihe patriotism, and the discriminating jus
tice of the American people.
"Hcsolved, Thai we regnrd thia aa a
distinctive feature of our political creed,
which we are proud to maintain before the
World ns the great moral element in a firm
of government springing from and upheld
by ihe popular will; and we contrast it
witMlie creed and practice of Icderalism,
under .whatever name or form, which
seek to paUy the will of the constituent,
and which conceives no imposture loo
monstrous for the popular credulity.
"licsolvtd, therefore, That, enfcrlain-
ing these views, the democratic party of
this Union, through their delegates assem
bled in a general convention of the Slates,
coming togeiher in a spirit of concord, ol
devotion to the doctrines and faiih of a
free representative government, and ap
pealing lo their fellow-citizens for the rec
titude of their intentions, renew and ro-as-serl
beforo the Americsn people ihe de
clarations of principles avowed by them
when, on former occasions, in general con
vention, liiey presented their candidates
for the popular suffrages:
"1. That thefi'dirrulgoternment is one
of limited powers, derived solely from the
constitution, and the grants of power made
therein ought to be strictly construed by
all the, departments and agents of the go
vernment; and that it is inexpedient and
angernus to exercise doubtful consti
2. '1 hat the constituting does not
conler upon the general government tho
power lo commence and carry on a gen
eral svstem of internal improvements.
3. That the constitution dues not con
fer authority upon the federal government,
directly or indirectly, lo assume the debts
of the several Slates, contracted for local
internal improvements, or other Slate pur-
poses; nor would such assumption be just
"4. Thai justice and sound policy for
bid the federal government to loster one
branch of industry to the detriment of an
other, or lo cherish Ihe interests of one
portion lo the injury of another portion
of our rommon country ; that every
citizen, and every section of the country,
has a right to demand and insiai upon an
equulity of rights and privileges, and a
complete and ample protection uf persons
and properly from domestic violence or
"5. Thai it is the duly of everybranch
of (he government to enforce and practice
the most rigid economy in conducting our
public affairs, and that no more revenue
ought to be raised than is required lo de
fray the necessary expenses ol ihe govern
ment, and for the gradual but certain ex
tinction of the public debt.
'6. That Congress has no power to
charter a national bank; that we believe
such an institution one of deadly hostility
lo the best interests of the country, dange
rous lo our republican institutions and the
liberties of Ihe people, and calculated to
place the business of ihe country within
the control of a consecrated money power
and above ihe laws and Ihe will of the
people; and that ihe results ol Democratic
Legislation, in this and all olher financial
measures upon which issues have, been
made between the two political parties of
the country, have demonstrated, to candid
and practical men of all parties, their sound-
nesa, saleiy unit utility in all ousiness pur
7. Thai the separation of the moneys
of the government from banking institu
tions is indispensible for the talety of the
funds of the government and ihe rights of
"8. That tho liberal principles itnbo
died by Jefferson in the Declarlion ol In
dependence, and sanctioned in ihe Consti
tution, w hich make ours the land of liber
ty and ihe as) In in of the oppressed of ev
ery nalion, have ever been cardinal prin
ciples in the Democratic faiih; uud eiery
atlrntpt In abridge the privilege of becom
ing citizens and the owners ol soil among
us onchl lo be resisted wilh the same spi
ril winch swept the alien and sedition laws
from our statute hooks.
"0. Thai Congress bos no power un
der the Coiistilulion In inltrfere will) or
control the domestic iusliimioiis of the se
veral Slates, and lliat such Siules are the
sole and proper judges ol everything ap'
pertitinii g to their own atl'atrs, not pro
hibitt'd by the Consiinnion; that all efforts
of Ihe abolitionist or others made lo induce
Congress lo interfere with questions of
slavery, or to take incipient steps in reia
lion tiieieln, arc colculaled lo lead to the
most alarming and dangerous consequences;
and that all such efforts have an invitalblu
tendency lo diminish the happiness of the
people and endanger the stability and per-
ntaiu'iicy o me union,, enn oiigni not to
be loOtitenancetl hy any friend ol our po
-Resolved, Thai the foregoing propo
silion covers, and was intended tiieni'irure
the whole subject of tlavory ngiia'ion in
Congress; and therefore the democratic par
ly of the Union, standing mi this national
plaiform, will abide by end adhere lo the
faithful execution of the nets known rs the
compromise measures settled by Ihe last
Congrcs, the set Tor the reclaiming ol hi
izitives from service or labor included;
which act being des gncd to carry out an
express provision of the constitution, can-
mil wilh fidelity thereto be repealed or
so changed as lo destroy or unparo its tl-
"Resolved, Thai ihe demncralie party
will resist all allcmpsal renewing, in Con
great or out of H, the agitation ol lite su
OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1852.
very question, under whatever shape or
color the attempt may he made.
"Resolved, That the proceeds of Ihe
public lands ought lo be sacredly applied
to the national .objects specified in the
constitution; and thai we are opposed lo
any law for the distribution of such pro
ceeds among the Slates, as alike inexpedi
ent, in policy and repugr.antlo the constitu
tion. "Resolved, That we are decidedly op-,
posed lo taking from tho fiesident the
qualified veto power, by which he is ena
bled, u'.tder restrictions and responsibilities
amply sufficient lo guard th public inter
eat, to suspend the passage of s bill whose
merits cannot secure the approval of Iwo
thirds of the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives, until the judgment of ihe peo
ple can be obtained thereon, and which has
saved the American people, from corrupt
and lyranical domination eithe -Bank of
Ihe United Stales, and form a corrupting
system of genera! internal improvements.
'Resolved, That the democratic parly
will faithfully abide by and uphold the
principles laid down in the Kentucky anil
Virginia resolutions of 170$. and in the
report of Mr. Madison to lit Virginia Le
gislature in 170!); that iliadopti (hose
principles as constituting one of ihe main
loundalions of its political creed, and is
resolved in carry them out in their obvious
moaning and import. !
"Resolved, Thai Hie war with Mexico,
pen all ihe principles of patriotism and
the laws of nations, was a jom-and neces-
ry war nn our pari, in which every
American citizen should have shown him
self on the side of his country, and neither
morally nor physically, by word or deed,
ave given 'aid and comlort to Ihe ene
"Jiesolvea, That we rejoice al the re-
loriiiionof friendly relations with our sis
ter Republic of Mexico, and earnestly de
sire lor her all the blessings and prosperi
ty which we enjoy under Republican in
stitutions, and we congratulate ihe Ameti
can people upon the results of lhal war,
which have so manifestly justified Ihe pol
icy and conduct of ihe Democratic party,
nd insured lo the United Slates "indem
nity for the past and security fur the fu
Resolved, That in view of the condi
tion of popular institutions in the world,
Inch and sacred duty is devolved with
increased responsibility upon the Demo
cratic party of this country as the party
f the people, lo uphulu and inainl in
the rights of every Slate, and thereby the
Union of the States, and to sustain and
advance among us constitutional liberty,
by conlii.uing lo resist all monopolies and
xclusive legislation lor the Deneltt ol die
few at the expense of the many, and by a
iiidant and constant adherence, to those
principles and compromise of the con-
mutton, which are broad enough and
rout enoufrh to embrace and uphold Ihe
Union ns'it is. and the Union as it shall
be, in full' expansion uf the energies and
capacities of this great and progressive
The Convention then spent some time
in discussion, on the subject of an ar
rangement as to the number of delegates
to which each Slate should be emitted
here il'ti-r in the Cntiveniion. ll was de
nied that tliev should have twice ihe num
ber lo which ihey are entitled in Ihe Elec
It was resolved llint the next Conven-
enlion be held al Cincinnati.
Resolutions of thanks lo the various
committees, olhcers, the Uemnctais ol
Ituliimoro, &c, were passed unanimously.
Finally, at 61 o'clock, and adjournment
took place iie die.
A Beautiful Sentiment.
"On' of the motitha of babies and sink
ings, : says mo Dime, " I nou nasi oroaiii-
ed praise." Whosoever reads the follow
ng, will leel tjie lorce ol tho passage.
Al an examination ot a deal aim on inn
institution, some years ago m London, a
idle hoy was asked in wriiing:
"Who matlo the world!
He too'i the chalk and wrote underneath
In ihe beginning Cud created the hea
vens and the earth."
The clergyman then inquired in a similar
Why did Jesus Chrial come into the
A smile of gratitude rested on the coun
tenance of Ihe littles lellow as he wrote:
"This is a faithful saving, and worthy
of all acceptation, that Jesus Christ came
mo I be world to save sinners.
A third itiesiiou was then proposed ev
idently adapted to call the most powerful
eeluifs into exercise.
"Whv are von horn deaf and dumb
lien I can both hear and speak!"
"Never," said an eye witness, shall I
foreel the look of resignation which sal up
on hia countenance, when ho again took
the chalk and wrote:"
'Even so, father, it seemed good in Thy
Printing Officr Jokks. It is the cus
tom in some printing offices, when a par
licular ereen vottlh commences lo learn
Ins trade, lo make him the object of vari
ous jokes. Ho is often seni lo neighbor
iiur offices for an imaginary article, and
r .. . . . -i r i.
oily original in tne minus in inose wuo
neriieitnto the lone, uuce upon a limn,
bov was seul to ft s lor a "qttart
of editorial." He was sent back with s
picture of a jackass. ,'J'his was rather se.
vere unon the inkers but the immedi
alelv told the boy lo go to K , and
fell bim lhal it was Ihe "editorial" Uiey
wanted and nol ihe "Editor "
The Cholera provails lo a considerable
extent at various points on the Mississippi,
James Dixon, ot Canlnn, Miss., had lost
len nfcroes. Thrre were also thirty-six
ohojera deaths in New Orleans during tbe
week ending the 2'2d ult.
Iiuus of (Dltu. :
PU11LISHED BY AUTHORITY.
AN A fT further to regulate the practice and provide
for the Jurisdiction orthe Crirnfnsl Couruuf Hsmll
ton county, to direct lbs trinsfer uf certain binuuess
now remaining lo th court of common pleas for
the first district, from the laat uauiul court iuto
that liist named. ,
Sue. 1. Be it enacted by (he General
Assembly of (he Stale of Ohio, That
nil recognizances laken or continued so as
lo require lite appearance of the accused
at Ihe May term, in the year eighteen hun
dred and fifty-two, be removed out of said
court of Common Picas, for the first dis
trict, into the said "The Criminal Court of
Hamilton county," to le there tried and
adjudged as though commenced by. indict
ment or otherwise, originated in said "the
Criminal Court of Hntnilion county," and
to be in all respects subject lo all powers
and jurisdiction whatever, vested by law
in ihe court last named.
Sec. 2. That ell recognizances held hy
the clerk of ihe court of common pleas
without formal cerifteale, subject to ihe
full power and entire jurisdiction of the
said "the criminal court of Hamilton
county," in the same manner as though
the place of custody had been chang
ed, and the said recognizances formal
ly certified out of one court into the
Sec. 3.. That all persons required by
recognizances to appear before the Court
of common pleas, for the first district, at
the May term aforesaid, to answer any
criminal matter, indictment or accusation,
shall appear and answer the same in "the
criminal court of Hamilton county," and
shall be tried and otherwise made subject
to order and judgment in the court last na
med. Sec. 4. Thai "the criminal court of
Hamilton county" shall have the same
power to forfeit and open recognizances,
(including the recognizances named in
this act,) as has been vested hy any exist
ing law or laws in the court of common
Sec. 3 That in cate of petit larceny
and other inferior offences, wherof the
punishment is less than imprisonment in
the penitentiary, no indictment by a grand
jury being required, the said "Ihe criminal
court of 1 1 amnion county shall cause Ihe
prosecuting attorney to draw an inhuma
tion, selling forth briefly, but distinctly Ihe
charga against Ihe accused, on winch
charge such accused shall be tried, and be
subject lo judgment, unless the prosecuting
aflorney or his assistant, with leave of Ihe
court, shall othcrwiso direct.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House of Rep's.
WILLIAM M EDI IX
President of ihe Senate.
April 30, 1892.
No. 05 .
AN ACT to authorise the Auditoruf Stale to rrmlt and
refund laics lu ccrlem cases
See. 1. Re it enacted bii Ihe Gener
al Assembly of the State of Ohio, That
tin) auditor of state be, and he is hereby
authorized and required to direct the treas
urers of lite several counties of this stale,
In refund In the persons paying the same,
all (axes collected by such treasurers, un
der and by virtue of the 2G;h section of
the act passed February Bih, IB 17, enti
tled "an act to amend the act for levying
taxes on all property in tins stale accord
ing to its true value," passed March 2d,
1840,'after deducting from sucli taxes the
cost ol'collecliug the same; Provided, that
nn taxes shall he refunded when the same
have been paid into iho slate treasury.
Sec. ". 1 hat the treastirersol the sever
al counties bo and they are hereby authori
zed and directed In discontinue all suns
commenced and now pending in any coun
ty of ibis slate, for taxes levied under tbe
fiOlli section of the act aforesaid, nn the
defendant, in such actions paying all costs
thai may have accrued therein.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 30, 1852.
AN ACT to define the dutjr ol Msnnfsclurtrs of fall.
Sec. 1. Re it enacted by the Gene
ral Assembly of the Slutc of Ohio, Thai
it shall be the duly of all manufacturers of
sail in the Slate ol Uhio, in have Ihe same
well and sufficiently drained, lo be packed
in good barrels, made of good to n I seas
oned limber; the head and bilgn hoops lo
be well nailed wilh nol less than four nails
in each hoop; one head shall' be bored
with some mctalic instrument not less than
one inch in size; the name of tho manu
facturer distinctly branded on the head of
each barrel; also, all sail sold al Ihe licks,
shall be marked wilh the net weight, in fig
urcs, directly under the same, wilh good
Sec. 2. Any manufjcltircr refusing to
comply with lbs first section of this act.
shall be fined Tor each ollence the sum ot
fifty cents per barrel; the same lo he col
leclcd hy any court having authority, as in
case of dt-bi; complaint having first been
mado by any persuu taking cognizance of
See. 3. Any fines thus assessed and
collected, after paying all costs that shall
have accrued, shall lie paid into ihe county
treasury, lor the bonelit of ihe common
Sec. 4. Nothing in this act shall be so
construed as lo prohibit the manufacturers
from shipping salt in bulk.
Sec 5. This act shall be in force from
and after its passage.
Sec. 0. That the act entitled "an, act
lo repeal an act entitled an act to provide
for the inspection uf sail manufactured in
the Slate of Ohio, and creating the office
j of inspector, and defining tho duties there
of," passed February 5il l.t.keaiid lite
same are hereby repeal d
JAMES C. "UK1"' tf.
Speaker of the Dome of Run's.
' Presideul of the Seuale,
April 30, 1852.
AN ACT to recul.u the u.eof Jails ef ailolnlnt coon
liss. Sec. 1. Re enacted by the General
Assembly oj the State of Ohio, Thai
whenever any county of this Stale shall
have been erected and organized for the
term of five years, without having provi
ded any oi sufficient jails for the confine
ment of prisoners wiihin such county, and
any person or persons shall be taken Irom
said county or any mesne or final process,
in any civil proceeding, action or judg
ment of, or in any court of said county, or
on a chnrge or conviction of any misdu
meanor or crime, for commitment lo the
jail of an adjoining cnunly, ihe sheriff nr
jailor of such adjoining counly shall not
receive any such prisoner, unless lliere
shall be deposited iu his hands, in addition
lo all lees now allowed him by law, fifty
cents for ihe use of such jail, lor each and
every such prisoner, for each wcr It such
prisoner is ordered lo be committed; and
ihe like sum for any period of lime less
than one week; Provided, thai if any such
prisoner shall be discharged before the ex
piration of lite term for which he of she
was committed, the excess advanced shall
Sec. 2. Thai it shall he llieduly of the
sheriff or jailor of such adjirning routiiy,
al the end of each quarter of each calen
dar year, lo account for and pay over 10
the treasurer of hi counly, all sums of
money thus received.
Sec. 3. Thai whenever a writ of habeas
corpus shall be allowed and issued, lo
bring any prisoner confined in the jail of
such adjoining county, as specified in this
act, before any judge, lo enquire into the
cause of (he caption and detention of any
such prisoner, Ihe county from which such
prisoner was sent and committed, shall
pay all Ihe costs arising and accruing on
any and every such writ of habeas corpus;
and upon presentment of a certificate of
the clerk of the court of tommnn picas at
ihe county where such prisoner was im
prisoned, as aforesaid, slating Ihe amount
ol costs on any such wril of habeas cor
pus, to the county auditor of tho county
from which said prisoner was sent, he
shall draw an order on the treasurer of his
county thereby, in favor of said clerk, or
such person as he shall order, and tic said
clerk, shall pay the same over lo the sev
eral persons entitled thereto.
Sec. 4. That the counly which shall
use the jail of sn adjoining county, shall
be liable lo such county for all damages
that may be done by any prisoner such
cotiniy using euchj iil shall confine there-,
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House of Rep's.
President of the Senate.
April 30, 1852.
AN ACT Using the compensation ol Clerks, As
sistant C.erki, Soargeants-al-arnis, snd Assist
ant Sergeants-alarms, ol the Senate and House
of Representatives of this State.
Sec. 1. Re it enacted b the General
Assembly of Ihe State of Ohio, That
the clerks, assistant clerks, sergeants-alarms,
and assistant sergeant-alarms, of ihe
senate and House of RepresenHiives of
this state, shall each be entitled, during the
present, or any succeeding session til Ihe
liencrul Assembly, lo receive for each
day's attendance during the session of the
liencrul Assemhly, the sum of four dollars.
Sec. 2. 1 hat the clerks of tho Senate
and tho House of Representatives, shall
receive at Ihe rale ol lour dollars per diy,
each, for the lime actually employed after
ihe adjournment ol the liencral Assembly,1
for m iking out an index lo tl e i iiirn ils. to
bu paid on the orJer of iho auuttor of slate,
hut Ihey sh dl not receive any olher allow
ance ur compensation for serviccs.ufter iho
adjournment of the Legislature.
beo. 3. i hat it shall be the duly of ihe
sergeanl-at-arms of each House, immedi-
lely after ihe adjournment of ilia General
Assembly, In take eh: rje of all I o iks, sta
tionery, and all oilier properly of every de
scription, furnished for, in possession, or
fur the use ot the General Assembly, or
any member or officer thereof, and bring
the properly of Ihe slate; and such ber-
geant-ul-aruia shall cause the said, properly
lo be delivered into Iho custody of the Sec
retary of stale, who shall give duplicate re
ceipts therefor, one of which reccipis
shall be by said Sergeant-Bt-arms, depos
ited with Ihe audiior ol stale, and the said
auditor ol slate shall allow lo said Sergeant-at-arms
for the services required by litis
section, such sum, not exceeding four dol
lars per day, for ihe lime sciually employ
ed, ts such auditor shall deem jusl and
reasonahle, to be paid out of the 1 reasury
of the Stale, as in olher cases.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker uf the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 30, 1852.
AN ACT making appropriation, fur tha year tSoJ.
Snp. 1. Jit it enacted bu the General
Atiembly of the . Statt of Ohio, Thai
the lollowmg sums be ntl ihey are hereby
appropriated, out of any money in Ihe
treasury nnl otherwise specially ippropn
ated, to be paid fur the year one thousand
eight hundred and hfiy-lwo, viz:
For the payment of. the members of ihe
General .Assembly,- Itietr clerks anil assist
ant clerks, sergeant al-nrnfs, door-keepers,
and messenger Hoys, the additional suia of
Seventy thousand dollars.
l'or the payrucut of lite salaries of llic
. Term, ol AdvtrtMiigs , ,'. -
Oaeiqaire Hilne.oile.s,3rteasorlesi) ft)
(laeequan i months.,.,..........,,,,., (xl
.n t.i v n, ... ii. .. . , ( v w
One.qu.rel year. .1 c(
One fourth oolun. one ve.r... ... .... 1) W
One-third of aeolvns po jesi...i.; If 10
One halfcolumn per yeai, ...... IfJ 19
Two-third, of .column per year., . ... .. SI IS)
(Inecoluma per yean , St t
Advertisements should alwajs desiinss. the)
aoniber of ia.ertioa.they want givantbeir ad
vertisemente nUrarwisa, they willbai contineea
antil ardercd ovt, aad charged by th equate.
governor, lieutenant 'governor, ' auditor,
treasurer snd secretary of Stale, the Attor
ney general, members of Ihe bosrd of pub
lic works, librarian, snd the warden, phys
ician and directors ol the Ohio Penitentia
ry,' Ihe sum of fifteen thousand dollars."
Tor paying the secretary of the gover
nor, clerks in the auditor's office; two
clerks in the treasurer's officr, and clerk
in the secretary uf slate's office, including
ihe additional compensation allowed by
the appropriation act of one thousand
eight hundred and fifty, which turn shall
hereafter be allowed iosaid clerks annually,
twelve thousand dollars. . '
For contingent fund of the governor,
four thousand dollars.
For contingent fund of the audiior of
slate, three thousand dollars. ' ' '
For Contingent fund of the Secretary of
Siale, one thousand and two hundred dol
lars. . :., "
For payment of (he salaries of the Judge
of ihe supreme court, judges of the court,
of common pleas, judges of the superior
and commercial court of Cincinnati, ihe
superior court of Cleveland, judge of ike
criminal court of Hamilton counly, and
reporter of ihe supreme court, fifty-sis
thousand dollars. t i
For salaries of the superintendent, phys
ician, sieward and matron ol Ihe iLunalie
Asylum, three thousand iwo hundred dol
For provisions, household expenses,
clothing, servants, fuel, stationery, labor,
medicines, and contingent expenses, fur
the luimlic as lum. Iho sum nf twentv-
two thousand dollars.
For salaries of the superintendent and
steward uf the asylum for the deaf and
dumb, one ihouiand five hundred dollars.
For salaries of the trustees, matron and
assistants of the asylum for ihe deaf snd
dumb, four thousand live hundred dollars.,
For provisions, household expenses,
clothing, fuel, labor, servants, and contin
gent expenses, of the asylum (or the Deaf
and dumb, three thousand five hundred
dollars. . . '
For the salaries of the superintendent
and steward nf the asylum lor ihe blind,
one thousand five hundred dollars..
For salaries ol the teachers, matron, ss
sistants and arlizans of the Asylum for the
blind, three thousand five hundred dollars,
For clothing, provisions, furniture, labor,
servants, stationery, materials for work:
shop, contingencies, for Asylum for Ihe
blind, three thousand five hundred dollars.
Fur state library, one thousand dollars.
For stationery for the stale, -Ihe addi
tional sum of fifteen thousand dollars.
For printing the bills, reports, inunisls,
documents, Haul other mailer ordered by
ihe Senate and House of Representatives,
including binding and covering, the addi
tional sum of twenty thousand dullars.
For priming, covering and .binding the
laws and Ohio reports, four thousand dol
lars. For distribution of ihe laws, journal
and ducumculs, lite siiih of one thousand
For compensation and expenses of ihe
adjutant general, the sum of three hundred
dollars, lo be paid on Ihe certificate of the
For compensation and expenses f the
quartermas er General, ihe sum ef three
hundred dollars, to be paid on the certifi
cate of the Governor. ;
For taking care nf the public arms, un
der the direction nf the quartermaster gen
eral, to be paid upon Ihe certificate of Ibe
Governor, a sum not exceeding one thou
sand dollars. . ; ;
For payment of counly treasurers' mi
leage, one thousand six hundred dollars.
For re-payment of taxes erroneously'
collected, the sum of four thousand dul
For expenses of special elections, one
hundred and fifty dollars.
For payment of woll scalp certificates.
fivj hundred dollars.
Fur lire purchase of fuel foMhe legisla
ture and public offices, one thousand dol
lars. . .I,
For transportation of convicts to the
penitentiary, ami costs of prosecdlion, end
for re-pa) ing any amount advanced by ibe
treasurer, over former appropriation, the
sum of twenty-two thousand dollars.
For salaries of deputy warden and the,
clerk of the penitentiary, lo be paid mil of
the penileniiury. fund; lo ihe deputy war-.
den, seven hundred, and lo the clerk, sev
e:i hundred dollars.
For coniiiigenl fund of the treasurer of
state, one thousand dollars.
For contingent fund of the attorney ten-
era), two hundred dollars.
For iho salaries of he commissioners
appointed lo revise,, reform, simplify snd
abridge lite practice; pleadings, forms and
proceedings ol Iheemirts of record of thi
slate, and for their clerk, and conlingeal
expenses, five thousand dull e.
J o Hanson A. Gillet, chairman of lb
lint select committee of the Senate snd
House nf Representatives on the reception
of lite guosis of the Stale, for money ex
pended for the Slate, the sum of two bun
dred and ninety-two dollar and siily-sij
For expenses ofcommiUeee of lnveelirsV
lion in each house, in taking testimony,
service of process, and pay for Ihe attend
ance of witnesses, seventy-five dollar.
1 o J. liuswell end Son, for work done.
and fur deks furnish 'd for th Stiprvm
Ldurl, al its March (arm, one thousand
eight hundred and 6 y Iwo, under discra
tion of laid court,, fi.rty -ou dollar stud
nine cents. . '
To Henry Fraas, for seventy-three day
labor at the qlj slits house, sevanty-ihrt
dollars. . , ,
To Henry Mark, forty -six dollar, for
foriy-six days labor on lit old Males
To Thomas Donsall, for assisting th
st tie librarian, and for books sold loth
governor for ills library, th sum ot on
hundrcc' and forty -three dulhr and tftjr
ceills, ' ,1. :.. :;; i'i i. ,
I To J. II . Rilsy and Comrsniur