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famished at a liberal reduction in pnee.
Protestant Episcopal Rev. Thomas B.
iteoLir, Rector. Services every Sabbath morning,
terian Rev. R Wilkinson, Pastor
Services every Sabbath morning at lOt o'clock
. 1HliAjlle lnlflMlMRM T P Hivvv
i k Paston Services at the upper church on alternate
' ViJx Sabbath roomings, at 10 o'clock si lower church,
Roman CatholicRev Tiito-mius Kraft,
Priest: Servicer every Sabbath morning.
German Methodist Rev. Mr. Giter,
tervices every Sabbath morning.
German Lutheran Rev. Mr. Habel,
tervicea every Sabbath morning.
'No. 164. Stated Meetings, the Monday
Evening, on or before the full moon in each
month. Hall nn Murphy's building, Second st.
" I. O. O. F. Naomi Lodge,
JL ,No. Il7r Meetings on every Friday
"" Ewn m. Hflll in Edwards' building.
M elfare Division, No. 96, Sons
of Temperance, Meetings every Saturday
. Evening. Hall in DeComp's building.
w Salisbnry Division No. 992,
E t ASons of Temperance Meetings on Saturday
m& Evenings. Hall, Rice's building Middleport
Crystal Fount Division No. 1,
Isjircs Sons and Daughters of Temperance meet
UmN ings every Saturday afternoon at the Sons'
Hall iu Pomeroy.
"Tmmf, k Pomeroy, marietta Ac Cin
lISy?clnnati Packet The swia pas
snKer steamer OHIO, M. Coolev, Mas
ter, will run as a regular packet between the
Leaves Pomerov every TUESDAY evening.
Leaves Cincinnati every FRIDAY evening, at
O The OHIO has now been two seasons in
the trade, and will remain permanently.
January 6, 1852. n6tf.
Betrular Pomeroy and
t racket The steamer
B V E I L LE
JOHN BRURAKER, Master, will make semi
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday,
at T, o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
D" The REVEILLE having been purchased and
fitted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
above hours. All business entrusted to this Boat,
wilHreceive particular attention.
Pomeroy, Aug nst 26, 86. m2.
, mm t Pomeroy and Cincinnati
i1g,T Packet. The light draught and fast
Jf running steamer
v. '1EWIS WETZEL.' f
l:1-:- JAJTE8 NEWTONk Master, leaves Pomeroy
f ' r-prrATCRDAV nwrning, at SVclock. f
! I twtrt CMjukuiad expressly iigjr.
'. uaa'wilTiSe' 1to(tulartrips.' 8tnct Wten-
uon win De paia to the comtort oi passengers,
fud the' prompt and safe delivery of freight en
trusted to the care of said boat.
It EG U LA II PACKET.
Between Fitsburgb.IHnrictta, Pome
roy and Gallipolis.
The new and fast running steum
hflj er GOV. MEIGS, Captain John N.
rrfj Shunk, will make regular weekly
tr n i between the above ports.
I eaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy and
fistlipolis, every TUESDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Returning leaves Pometoy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M
June 9, 1851. n37tf.
tegular Passenger Pack
et bet w ceu Pomeroy and
RUaaaiiEkl Cincinnati The splendid light
draught Passenger Pncket
T I B E It ,
' WASH. KERR, Master, will leave POMEROY
very Monday morning, at 8 o'clock.
Will leave CINCINNATI every Thursday eve
ning at 4 o'clock.
CTThe TIBER is new, substantial and finely
furnished intended solely for this trade and may
ke depended on, as such.
For freight or passage apply on board.
November , 85. n6tf.
IIIE FIBST PAGE OF VOLUME
No. 9. On tle first page of Volume No.
2 can be seen the removal of L. S. CaorooT's
Saddler Shop to a room fitted up expressly for his
accommodation, on Fronl street, two doors. below
Crawford & Stier's store, where may be found at
all times all kinds of
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whins,
Or, in fact everything that is ever made in a Sad
dler Shop: and what is still more desirable you
will always find the b'hoys at home ready to patch
p your old Collars and other fixins, just by the
way of ascommodation, you know.
' EX Call around and see what a tall shop he has
got, any how. L. 8. CROFOOT.
Ptmeroy, DcccmbeiB, 85 n4tf.
"STAND AND DELIVEIt."
. SIGN OF CHEAP ANDY WHITE FLAG.
ALTHOUGH some of our merchants tell about
cheap traveling and other such things, ena
biiu them to sell low, we can beat them, as
l "M.urne home from the East in a skiff, thus
Innhiin ni toseJI20 per cent, lower than any
bod who traveieu
rilrond and steamboat.
More than this: while otneS wck y7s
per hundred for freight, Andy s.;:."Ppd a Jot in the.
skiff, thus paying no freight at an. "ea"; n.
who can: and what is better our story li s JicUy
true. Below is a schedule of the cheapest goooi
io be found in the market, which neither require
"Auctions" or "Poetry" to sell them.
Ginghams, Calicoes, Plaids, Irish Linen, While
and Colored Cambrics, Gloves, Hosiery, Silks,
Laces, Shawls, Ribbons, Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, and a new and splendid style of Evelina
goods the prettiest article for ladies dresses ever
made and mo other store has them.
' Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Tweeds, Satti
etts, Cravats, Vesting!:, Gloves, Suspenders,
Hats, Caps, 6lo.
ALSO fjadware, Queensware, Nails, Tobac
o. Cigars, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Toys, etc.,
and a "big dog" in addition. In fine, every article
uual or unusual, kept in a retail store.
Don't forget thftulae-ign of "Cheap Andy,"
White Flag! '
All kinds of Cdtntry Produce received inex-
ehange for goods at the highest market piice.
18M.Q gg.gf Ql85t
MI88 E. A8KIN8,
Milliner and Mwtnnm&fcr,
HAS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
one door above the Riheldarfer House,
IV REMINGTON'S BUILDING.
reneral aso rtment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial
ti-.r. Cranes and Milliners Trimminri of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
JWy, Deeewetr 2, 5-v3Wf
a tDteklg 3ountal
t)9 per Annam.
BY R. T. VAN HORN.
Laws of Ohio-Published by Antherity
AN ACT to fix and provide for the terms of the
Courts of Common T'ei-ji of the State of Ohio.
Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the General At
Ktnbty of the Stale of Ohio, That the terms
or the Uourts ol Uommon fleas, snail be
holder) in the several coumios of the State,
SECOND COMMON PLEAS DISTRICT.
In the county of Butler, on the twenty.
Fourth day of February, the twentieth day
ol July, and the twenty-eighth day ol Sep
tember. , In the county of Preble, on the twenty,
third day of March, the ienih day of Au
gust, and the twenty-sixth day of October.
In the county of Uurke, on the sixth day
of April, the twenty-founh day of August,
and the sixteenth day ol November.
In the county of Montgomery, on the
thirteenth dav of April, the seventh dav of
September, and the iwenty-tbird day or .No
vember. In the connty of Miami, on the thirtieth
day of March, the tenth day of August, and
the twenty-sixth day of October.
In the county of Champaign, on the fif
teenth day of March, the twentieth day of
July, and the twenty-eighth day of Septem
ber. THIRD SUBDIVISION.
In the county of Warren, on the six
teenth day of March, the seventeenth day
of August, and the nineteenth day of Octo
ber. In the county of Clinton, on the sixth
day of April, the seventh day of September
and the second Jay of November.
In the county of Greene, on the thirteenth
day of April, the twenty-first day of Sep
tember, and the twenty-third duy of No
vember, In the county of Clark, on the sixteenth
day or March, the third day ol August, and
the thirteenth day of October.
In the county of Shelby, on the third day
of May, the fifth day of July, and the sixth
day ol December.
In the county of Auglaize, on the eighth
day of March, the twenty-fourth day of
May. and the eleventh day of October.
In the county of Allen, on the first day
of March, the seventeenth day of May, and
the fourth day of October.
In the county of Hardin, on the fifteenth
day of March, the thirty-first day of May,
and the eighteenth day of October.
in the county ol tmean, on the nineteenth
day of April, the IweiiTy-JTrsi "Ha"of June,
and the twenty-second dav of November.
In the county or Union, on the nun day
of April, the fourteenth day of June, and
the eighth day of November.
In the county of Marion, on the twenty-
second day of March, the seventh day of
June, and the twer.ty-fith dny of October.
In the county of Mercer, on the fourth
day of Muy, the twenty-third day of July,
and the twentieth day ol December.
In the county of Van Wen, on the twen
ty-seventh day of April, live nineteenth day
oi July, and the louneemh day ol JJccein
ber. In thu county of Putnam, on the second
day of Murchr the first day of June and the
nineteenth day of October.
In the county of Paulding, on the twen
tieth day of April, the thirteenth day of Ju
ly, and the seventh day of December.
In ihe county of Defiance, on the thir
ifunih day ol April, the twenty-fourth duy
of June, it nd the seventeenth day of No
vember. In the county ol Williams, on the sixth
day of April, the first day of July, and the
twenty-fourth day of November.
In the county of Henry, on the twenty
fourth dny of May, and the second day of
In the county of Fulton, on the twenty
third day of March, the seventeenth day of
June, and the tenth day of November.
In the county of Wood, on the first day
of March, and the twentieth day of Sep
tember. In the county of Crawford on the twen
ty ninth day of March, the thirteenth day
of July, and the nineteenth day of Octo
ber. In the county of Hancock, on the eighth
day of March, the seventh day of June, and
the fourth day of October.
In the county of Wyandoti, on the fif
teenth day of March, the fifth day of July,
and ththirteenth day of October.
In the county of Seneca, on the sixth day
of April, the twentieth day of July, and the
second day of November.
Jn the county of Lucas, on the twelfth
dav of A""1. he twellth duy or July, and
the filieemh day oi wovemuer.
In ihe countv of Ouawa, on the seventh
day of April, and the tenth day of Novem
ber. In the countv of Sandusky, on the twen-
ty-ninth day of March, the twenty-eighth
day ol Juno, anu tne nrst uay oi nuvowirei.
niienotlMV 01 arte, on ino iwbhiv-
nimh dav of Februaiv. the twenty-fourth
day of May, and the twenty-seventh day of
In the county or Huron, on tne nucoimi
day of March, the fourteenth day of June,
and the eighteenth Jay oi vciooer.
In .ha roiintv of Lorain, on the twenty-
fourth day of February, the fourth day of
May, and the ihlrteeiim aay oi wciouei.
In ih riuintv nf Mudino. on the ninth
day of March, the eighteenth day of May,
and the iwenty-siftn day oi uciooer.
In the countv of Summit, on the twenty.
third day of March, the first day of Juno,
and the pinth day of November.
THIHD St BDlVISlON.
I iU pniiniv of Cuvahoga, on the tenth
dav of March, the sixteenth day of June,
apd jhe sixth day of October.
--JHcuokb to jj)olittC0,
: FIFTH DISTRICT.
In the county of Clermont, on the six
reenth day of March, the twentieth day of
July, and the twenty-third day ot INovem
In the county of Brown, on the sixth day
of April, the thirty-first day of August, and
the second day ol November.
In the county of Adams, on the twentieth
day or April, the seventeenth day or Au
gust, and the nineteeth day of October.
In the county of Highland, on the thir
teenth day of April, the tenth day of Au
gust, and the twenty-third day of Novcm
ber. . . .
In the county of Ross, ou the second day
of March, the thirteenth day of July, and
the nineteenth day of October. ,v
In the county of Fayette, on the thir
teenth dav of March, the twenty-seventh
day of July and the ninth day of INovem
In the county of Pickaway, on the eighth
day ol April, the seventeenth day of Au
gust, and the second day of November.
in the county ol franklin, on the six
teenth day of March, the twentieth day of
July and the thirtieth day of November.
In the county of Madison, on the twenty
second day of April, the thirty-first day of
August, and the sixteenth day of INovom
In the county of Lickins.on the fifth day
of April, the second day of August, and the
eignteentn day ol October.
In the county of Knox, on the fifteenth
day or march, the sixteenth day of August,
and the fifihieenth dav of November.
In the county of Delaware, on the twen
ty-third day of February, the twenty-sixth
day of April, and the thirtieth day of Au
In the county of Morrow, on the twenty.
third day of Februnry, the ninth day of
August, and the eighteenth day oi Novem
b-r. . ,
In the countv of Richland, on the twenty
second day of March, the thirtieth day of
August, and the hlteenth day of November.
In the county of Ashland, on the first
day of March, the sixteenth day of August,
and the twenty-fifth day of October.
In the countv of Wayne, on the twenty-
ninth day of March, the sixth day of Sep
tember, and the fifteenth day of November.
In the county .ot Holmes, on the eiehth
day of March, the twenty -third dav. ot Au-
u aim swjiy uiti uitv ui ysuiuucr.
ntvniin dny or vciober.
In the county V Ghictorf-drrtn
ty-fourih day of February, the tenth dny of
August, and the thirteenth day of October.
In the county, of Fairfield, on the first
day of March, the seventeenth day of May,
and the fourth day of October.
In the county of Perry, on the fifteenth
day of March, the fourteenth day of June,
and the eighteenth day of October.
In the county of Hockine. on the fifth
day of April, thf fifth day of July, and the
nueenth day ol CMovember.-
In the county of Jackson, on the fifteenth
day of March, the tenth day of May, and
the twenty-seventh dny of September.
In the county of Vinton, on the twenty
ninth day of March, the twenty-eighth day
of June, and the eighth day of November.
In the county of Pike, on the twenty-sec
ond day of March, the seventeenth day of
May, and the lourih day ol Uciober.
In the county of Scioto, on the twenty-
ninth day of March, the twenty-fourth day
of Msy. and the eleventh day of October.
In the county ol Lawrence, on the nine
teenth day of April, the twenty-fourth day
of June, and the eighth day of November.
In the county of Gallia, on the eiphth
day of March, the thirty-first duy of May,
and the twenty-fifth day of October.
In the countv of Meigs, on the twenty-
second day of March, the twenty-fourth dny
of May, and the eighteenth day of October.
In the county ol Athens, on the twelfth
day of April, the seventh day of June, and
the twenty-fifth day of October.
In the county of Washington, on the fifth
day of April, the fourteenth day of June,
and the fourth day ol Uciober.
In the county of Muskingum, on the sec
ond of March, the eighteenth day of May,
and the twenty-first day of September
In the couniy-of Morgan, on the thirtieth
day of March, the eighth day of June, and
the ninth day of November.
In the county of Noble, on the twentieth
day of April, the fifteenth day of June, and
the twenty-sixth day of Uciober.
In the county of Guernsoy, on the fourth
day of Ma), the twenty-second day of June,
and the twenty-third day oTJNovember
In the county of Belmont, on the second
day of March, the eighteenth day of May,
and the twenty-second day ol September.
In the county of Monroe, on the twenty'
third day of March, the first day of June,
and the thirteenth day of October.
InvtAe countv of Jefferson, on the twenti
eih'day of April, the twenty-second day of
June, and the ninth day ol November.
In the county oi Harrison, on the sixth
dav of April, the eiehth day of June, and
the twenty-sixth day ol uctouor.
In the coucty of iuscarawas, on in
twenty-third day of March, the eighteenth
day ol May, and the thirteenth day ol Uct
In the county of Stark, on the twenty
ninth day of March, the first day of June
and the first day ol November.
In the countv of Carroll, on the twenty
second dav of March, the twenty-eighth day
,of June,, and ih fourth day or uctouer..
1 . JLL J i
itcraturt Sic iculjurc,
ONE CONST T V TIO N -
POMEROY, TUESDAY MARCH
In the county of V jinbiana, on the
eighth day of March, ihv. mrtoenth day of
June, and the fourteenth ;y of October.
. second subd; slow. . ,
la the county of Trui nil, on the twen-
tv-nlnth day of March .he twenty-ninth
day of June, and the sec i day of Novem
ber. - .
In the county of Por on the ninth
day of March, the fifteen day of June, and
the twelfth (lav of Octob
In the county of Mah ing, on the twen
ty-fourth day of Februa; the first-day of
June, and the twenty fir day of Septem
THIRD SUBDI' .rfJOBJ. ' . "
In the county of Oeau o the first day
of March, the seventh da f. Juneand the
twentieth day of Septemt
In the county of Lk
c n. the
day of March, the aeveu?
and the fourth day of Uc
Iu the county of Aslnui
ninth day of March, thr
of June, and the eightue.
EC. 2. ; That whene
a, or ttte twenty
i day of OctOser.
r the state of bus
lurts of Common
It necessary, such
appoint and hold
purpose ol corn-
inesa in any of the said
Pleas, is such aslto rend
Court shall have power t
an adjourned term for tr
pleting the business of at
regular term, and
notice thereof shall be e:
nals; and in case any of
red upon its jour -
e foregoing davs
assigned shall be Sund
, ttte term shall
i conflict with the
and the same are
the Court of Com
counties, in which
ont time to draw
venire facias, be
r term, as pointed
of the act relating
s,Waw juries and
commence on the Mond.i
Sec S That all acts i
provisions of this act, Lv
Sec. 4. The Ulerk ?
mon Pleas of any of sa
thnrn chnll not ba suP
juries, and Issue writs I
fore the first of any ot'
out in the fourth sectio
to juries, shall nevenht
issue writs at any time
fore the sitting of
such Courts; and the C
rt, wherr convened
be" returned forth
hotn any writ may
! return the same,
i therol'i and such
be as j valid as If
i thirty days previ
'ourt. ' ,
uriff, Coroner, or
may order the same I
with; and the Sheriff ij
be issued, shall serve
according to the comn.
service and reiurn sh
such writ had been issi
ous to the sitting of the
bec. 5. 1 hat the
Master Commissioner, :
of any of the counties . i
process has or may bt
such officers, or either
advertise any sale or f
of real estate, in
pursuance to law, an
ft which the dav
Jes, ahull be a day
r one thmisand
named for such sale or
after the first day of t
the Spring term for 1l
eight fcuhaicil aftd 'v
J. . .T ' 1 . :.- .
"" n",U , P"
eeed with such sala or salt)-and make re
turn thereof to the proper e.trV during its
sessmn; and such return ncr proceeding
shall be as valid as if the sume had been
made on or before the second day of the
term of the court to which the same w s
returnable. r -
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the Home of Representatives,
Speaker of the Senate.
February 18, 1852. .
No. 9.1 o .
AN ACT relating te the organization of Courts of
Justice, and their pewers and duties.
Sec 1 . Beit enacted lulhe General As
sembly of the State of Ohto, That it Khali be
the duty of the Judges of the Supreme Court
of the State of Ohio to meej. annualy here
after, in the city of Columbus,- on the first
Monday of January, "to bold a, term of the
Sec. 2. The Judeo-of the Supreme Court
having the shortest time to serve, not holding
his office by uppoinupeni or election to fill a
vacancy, shall Iw the Chief Justice, and a
such ahull preside M ail U rms of the Supreme
Court ; and in case of bis absence, the Judge
having in like manner the next shortest time
to serve, shall preside in his stead.
Sec. 3. If a quorum of said court shall
not be in attendance on the first day of the
term, the clerk shall enter such fact on rec
ord, and the court shall stand adjourned nil
the succeeding day, and so from day to day
foi ten days; and if the court shall not be
opened within ten days, all matters pending
in said court ShaJI stand continued until tne
next term, and o Action or matter shall a
bate or be discontinued thereby.
Sec. 4. The Supreme Court, when In
session, shall huve povtfur, in addition in the
original jurisdiction conferred by section 2.
article 4, of the CoDtiwlfo 4h good cause
shown, to -issue writs of error, certiorari,
supersedeas, ne-exeat,and all other writa-not
specially provided for. by statute, which may
De necessary te em rvne uuc auniiiusirB
tion of right ailfo Juttiicv throughout the Siate
and elthei; ofHlfte judges ofnhe Supreme
Court in vacamm, shall, on good cause
shown, have power to grant writs of error
supersedeusnJ certiorari, and also to grant
writs ol habeas corpus; ana writs oi error oi
certiorari, directed to the court of Common
Pleas.may. in the discretion of the eupreme
Court, or Judge allowing the same, be made
returnable to the District Uourt ol tne pro
per county, or tn the Supremo Court.
Sec 5. Whin any important or difficult
question shall arise in any proceeding pend
ing belore the District Court in any county
the Judges of the District: Court, or the
Judge of the Supreme Court sitting in taid
District Court .may, on motion of either
party! cause the same to be reserved and
sent to the Supreme Court for its decision
and all other qUHStions as to which the Judge
of the District Court piay be equally flivi
ded in opinion, shall,' on motion of either
party, in like manner be reserved ana sent
to the Sjpreme Coin for determination.
Sbc 6. The Supreme Court shall have
power to prescribe such rules lor the regula
tion of u practice, the reservation of all
auoauons. -and the transmission ol cases
from the Disirict Court or Court of Com
mon Pleas, to the . Supremo Court, and
remanding the same, as may not be incon
sistent with the laws of this State. '
, Sec. 7. In alt cases "ending in' the Sli-1
Commerce, ill arkcte anil (Sencial Jfntelligcnce.
- 0 N E DE S TIN Y. "
.preme Court, oral arguments shall be l.eard
when either party shall request it ; but the
arguments or counsel may be trasmitted tn
the Court, in which case they shall be placet:
on file with the papers, and read by the
Court in the Investigation of the cause.
Sec. 4. The supreme court shall appoint
a Reporter, whose term of office shall con
tinue three years, whose duty it shall ' be to
attend th.t sessions of said court, nnd to re
port, under the direction of the court, its
decisions, together with such other deci
sinns as the court may direct him to report
and to cause the same to be published as
soon as may be conveniently done. Pro
vided, that no arguments of counsel shall
be published with said reports, other than a
brief, containing a reference to the points
made and authorities cited and relied on
by such counsel, unless specially directed
miay of"Jurle",f1y'he court. ' The reporter-shall receive
v. I I r J J t
such compensation as mav be provided by
law, and the judges of said court shall have
power to remove said -reporter from
office at any time, for such cause or acu-
ses as they may deem sufficient, to be enter
ed of record in the journals of the court, ten
days nonce of such intention to remove
being given to said reporter.
Sec. 9. Ihe records and papers pertain
ing to the business of the supreme court,
'shall be kept at the seat of government, in
a suitable room to be provided for the ac
sommodatinn of the court, and not he re
moved thereform, unless by the special di
rection of. the court, and then only so long
as the business of the court may necessarily
require; and the supreme court shall ap
point a crier, wjiose duty it shall be to at
tend on the sessions of the court, and take
charge of the room provided fof the use of
Sec 10. There shall be a special term
of the supreme court held at Columbus, to
commence on the first Monday of March,
1852; and the records and files of the late
Supreme Court in Bunk, shall be transferred
to the present Supreme Court, and be under
ihe control of the latter court, in tne same
manner that its own records and files may
Sec 11. For the purposes of the District
Courts the nine common pleas districts shall
be apportioned into five Judicial Circuits, as
the- case may be,! ihe second and third common pieas ais
iiis Stsuv to whom iricis,. composed of the counties of Butler,
med, upon which ' Preble', Durke, Montgomery, Miami, Chain
therej, have or may 1 paign, Warren, Clinton, Greene, Clark. Shel
by, Auglaize, Alien, uarain. Liogan, union,
Marion. Mercer, Van Wert, Putnam, Pauld
ing, Defiance, Williams. Henry, Fulton,
Wood. Seneca, Haniock, Wyandot and
Crawford, shall coMaituitt the first circuit.
Tbo fourth and aititt districts, composed
of the counties of Lucas, Ortaw,Sanduaky
ihoga. Wayne, Ashland, Richlamf, Morrow,
Kn.ix, Delaware, Licking, Coshocton, and
Holmes, shall constitute the second circuit.
The fifth and seventh districts composed
of the counties of Adams. Clermont, Brown
Highland, Ross, Fayette. Pickaway, Frank
lin, Madison, Fairfield, Porry, Hocking, Jack
son, Vinton, P'ke, Scioto, Lawrence. Galliu,
Meigs, Athens and Washington, shall con
stitute the third circuit.
The eighth and ninth districts, composed
of the counties of Muskingum, Morgun,
Guernsey. Belmont, Monroe, Jefferson, Har
rison, Tuscarawas, Stark, Carroll, Columbi
ana, Trumbull, Portage, Mahoning, Geauga.
Lake and Ashtabula, to which U hereby ad
ded the county of Noble, shall constitute the
And the county of Hamilton shall consti
tute the fifth circuit.
Sec 12. At the sessions of the district
court, a judge of the supreme court shall pre
side; but in case no judge of the supreme
court, shall be present, the judge of the court
of common pleas in whose subdivision such
court may be, shall preside; Provided, that
the judges of thu District court in any dis
trict, may at their first session, in their said
district, prescribe by a rule of court, entered
upon the record, which one ol said judges
shall, in the absence or disability of the judge
of the supremo court, preside in any county
or counties of said district.
Sec 13 The district court, in addition to
the original jurisdiction coofered upon it by
article 4, section 6. of the constitution, shall
have power, on good cause shown, to issue
writs of error, certiorari, supersedeas, ne
exeat, and all other writs not specially pro
vided for by statute, whenever such writs
mav be necessary for the exorcise of its ju
risdiction, in the due administration of
right and justice throughout the State; and
the said disirict court shall have appollate
jurisdiction, under such regulations as may
? .... i i .
be prescribed by law, iroin tne court oi com
mon pleas, in all civil cases, in which the
court of common pleas has originui juris
Sec 14. The. secretary of state shall
procure, at the expense ot the state, for each
of the several counties, a seal for the district
court, to be surrounded by these words "The
district conn of the state of Ohio;" and also
one seal for the supreme court, surrounded
with these words "The supreme court of the
state ol Ohio." And the seals of the court
of common pleas, under the former const!-
union, shall be tne seals oi tne courts oi
common pleas, under the present constitu
tion, in the proper counties respectively.
Sso. 15. The court of common pli as
shall have original jurisdiction in all civil
cases, in law and equity, where the sum or
matter in dispute exceeds tho jurisdiction of
justices of the peace, and appellate jurisdic
tion Irom the decisions ot coumy commis
sioners, justices of the peace, and oiher
Inferior courts, in the proper county, in all
civil cbu es,8ubjfct to tho regulations provi
ded by law. It shall have otiginu' juris lie
tion of all Crimes and ollencc-s, except it)
cusesof minor offences, the exclusive juris
diction of which is posessed by justices of
the pence, or that may be vested tn courts
inferior to the common vjleas, and shall
have' the same power to issue remedial and
other nrocess. writs of error, auo warranto
and mandamus excepted, as thd ; district
court has; and any of the judges of the courts
of common nleas within their respective
districts, shall,. on good cause shown,, have
$1.30 In Advance.
VOL. 4.-N0. 15.
power td allow writs of certiorari, directed
to justices pf the peace, probate courts, er
county commissioners, to cuiise their pro
ceedings to bo brought before the court ol'
common pleas of the county in which such
proceedings may have been commenced, in
order that right and justice may be done.
- Sec. 16. Whenever a judge of the court
of common pleas shall be interested rrr the
event of any cause or matter pending bo lore
said court, in any county of his district, it
shall be the duty of the other judges of the
district, or one of them, to attend and hold
the court wherein such cause or matter is
pending, for the trial of tho same; and if all
three of the common pleas judges shall be
interested in the event nf uny cause or mat
ter pending in their district, the same shall
be removed for trial into itw nearet oounty
in an adjacent disirict, under the order of
the court wherein thu, same was instituted .
sec. 17. If in any cause or matter pen
ding in the district court, any two or more of
the judges holding said court, are interested
in the event thereol, such cause or matter
shall be removed, under the order of the
court, to the district court in the nearest
county of an adjacent district, for trial, and
shall be pioceeded in to trial and judgment,
In all respects as if the ssmo hud originated
in the county to which the same shull have
been removed; and whenever any causa
shall have been removed from the county
in which the same originated, either under
this or the preceding section, a duly certified
copy of the final judgment rendered there
in, may be taken by the party recovering
the same, and presented to thu clerk of ihe
court of the county from which the cause
was removed ; and said clerk shall forthwith
record the same in the journal oi' said last
mentioned court; and from the time of such
entry upon record, said judgement shall op
erate as a li'-n upon the real estate of the
debtor, as full' as though the same had been
on that day rendered in sad last mentioned
Sec 18. All process and remedies au
thorized by the laws of this Stat", when the
present constitution took effect, may be had
and resorted to. in the courts of the proper
jurisdiction, under the present constiiuinan;
and all the laws regulating the practice of,
and imposing duties up in, or granting pow
ers I j the supreme court, or any judge there
of, and the courts of common pleas respect
ively under the former constitution, except
as to mntters of probate jurisdiction, in force
when the present constitution took effect,
shall govermhe practice of, and impose the
like duties upon the district courts, and
courisof common ploas, respectively, crea
ted by the present constitution, so far as such
process, remedies and luwt may bo applica
ble to said pourts and judges respectively, or
a.riy judge iherrtofV 4 - . ..- -i.i..vJ.
.JSEC.l9..( kach judge ol me supreme
court, and of the courts 8f "common pTt'as,
before entering upon the duties ol his office,
shall take an oath or affirmation, pursuant
to the seventh section of the fifteenth article
of the constitution, to support the constitu
tion of the United States, and the constitution
of the State of Ohio, to administer justice
without respect to persons, -and faithfully
ud impartially to discharge and perform all
the duties incuinbt-nt upon him as such
judge, according to the best of his ability and
understanding; and the said oath, with the
certificate of the officer administering ihe
same, shall be endorsed on the commission
of such judge.
J A . VItU3 C. JUUOISUiN.
Speaker of the House of Rep's.
President of ihe -Senate.
February Id, 1852.
rNo. 10.1 AN' ACT
To provide for the more equitable distribution of
the proceeds ot thesaieoi lanus ana town iois
forfeitedUo the State for the non-payment of
Sec 1 ; Be it enacted b the General At'
semblyof the Stale of Ohio, That the coun
ty Auditors shall apportion to their several
funds, and pay over to the county Treasurers
of the proper coumy. iho amount of moneys
received Iroin the sale of lands and town
lots forleited to the State for the non-payment
of taxes, after deducting the expenses
ofadvuuising, the amount due to the sev
eral lunds for which said taxes were origi
nally levied, and the county treasurers shall
apply them accordingly, and shull receive
two per centum on all moneys by him re
ceived, as provided in ihis . section, and no
more. The provisions ot this act shall ap
ply to nil sales of all lauds and town lots
forfeited to the State, for the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty
one, Provided, that if any county treasurer
prior to the passage ol this uct, shall huve
paid io the Treasurer of State a greater por
lion than would belong to the Stain by the
provisions of this act, then, and in such
case, it shall be the duty of the Auditor of
State to issue an order on the Treasurer of
hale, in favor of the county treasurer so
having paid over the amount to which suid
county may be entitled by the provisions of
this act, and the money so retunded shall be
distributed to the several funds to wh:ch it
belonged by the original levy.
Sec. 2. j he first section ol tho act enti
tled an act to amend an act entitled an act
for the redumption of lands and town Iois
sold fur taxes, and passed March 10th, A. D.
1839, be and the same is hereby repealed.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of thn House of Rep's.
President of the Senate.
February 11, 1852,
Secratrv of State's OrncE
I certify that the foregoing law is correct
ly copied from- the original roll on hie in
this office. - '
Secretary of Stale,
v AuoiTon's Office, )
Pomeroy, 1852. y
I certify that the foregoing law is correct
ly copied from the original copy furnished
by the Secretary of State.
- S. HALL1DAY,
Auditor of Meige County,
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CUIJIOUS MODE OP GETTING A W IFE
One little act of politeness will sometimes ,
pa ve the way to fortune and preferment.-'
The following sketch illustrate! this fact
A sailor roughly garbed, was sauntering
through the streets of New Orleans, then In
a rather damp condition, from recent rain
and the rise of ihe tide; Turning tbt cor'
iter of a much frequented and natrew alley,
he observed a young lady standing in per
plexity, apparently measuring the depth of
tho muddy water between her and the oppo
site side-walk, with no very satisfied ouo
ten a nee.
The sailor paused, for he was a great fid
miter of beauty, and certainly the face thai
peeped out from binder the llHrecbrp' bntj
und the auburn curls hanging glossy arid
unconfined over her muslin dressj might
tempt a curious, or 'an admiring glanco. '
Perplexed, the lady put forth one Ittttle foot, '
when the gallant sailor, with characteristic
impulsiveness, exclaimed, "That pretty foot
lady-, should not be soiled with the fihh of
this lane; wait for a moment only, and I
will make you a path."
So springing past her into a carpenter's
shop opposite, he bargained for a flank
board that stood in the doorway, and com
ing back to the smiling girl who wag just
coquettish enough to accept the Services of
ihe handsome young sailor, ha bridged thu
narrow black stream, and she tripped serosa
with a merry "thank you," and a roguish
smile, making her eyes as dazzling as they
Alas! our young sailor was perfectly
charmed. What else would make hint
catch up nnd shoulder the plank, and follow
tho little witch ihrooch the streets' to her
home, she twice performing the ceremony
of "walking the plank," arid each ' time
thanking him with one of her eloquent
smiles, rresently our hero saw ihe voting
lady trip up the marble steps of a palace of
a house, and disappear wiihin lis' rosewood
emrance; for a full minute he stood looking
at ihe door, and then with a wonderfully
big sigh turned away, disposed of his draw
bridge, and wended his path back to his
Tho next day he was astonished with1 an' .
order of promotion from. tho captain. : Poor" .
Jnck 'wfr' speechless jwith aitosemeni-; he jt
had not dreamed of baing-,exalted to- k'-
dignity of a second mate's office on board'
one of tho most splendid ships that sailed
out of the port of New Orleans. . . He knew"
he was competent, for instead of spending
his money for amusements, visiting theaters
and bowling-alleys, on his return from sea,
he purchased books "and had become quite a
student; but he expected years to intervene
before his ambitions hopes would be real
s His superior officers seemed io look upon
him with considerable leniency, and gave
him many a fair opportunity to gather1 mar
atime knowledge; and in a year, the band
some, gentlemanly young male had acquk
red unusual favor in the eyes of the portly
commander, Captain Hume, who had first-
taken the-smart little black-eyed fellow
with his neat tarpaulin, and tidy bundle, as
his cabin boy.
One night the young man with all the oth
er officers, was invited to an entertainment
at the captain's house. He went, and to
his astonishment, mounted the identical
iiep., thai, two years before, thevbrlghtesf
vision he had ever seen, passed over; a Vis
ion he had never forgone n. Thump, thump'
went his brave heart, as he was ushered'
into the great parlor; and tike a sledge-ham'
mer it beat again when Captain' Hume
brought forward his blue-eyed daughter
and with a pleasant smile, said,'!The young
lady once indebted to your politeness for a'
safe and dry waltt home." His eyes were'
all a-blaze, and his brown cheeks flushed ,
hotly, as the noble captain sauntered away
leaving fair Grace Hume at hhr side. And
in all that assembly was" not so handsome a'
couple as the gallant sailor and the "pietiy
It was only one year from' ttiat time that
he second mate trod the quarter deck, sec
ond only in command, and part owner with
ihe captain, not only in-his vessel, out in
the affections of his daughter, gentle Grace
Hume, who had always cherished respect1 .
to say nothing of love for the bright eyed -i
His homely, but earnest act of politeness";
toward his child had pleased the captain .
and though the youih knew it not, was the
cause of his first promotion. So that now'
the old man has retired from business, Hen
ry Wi lls is Captain Wells, and Grace Hume'
is, according tq polite parlance, "Mrs. Cap'
tain Wells." In fact, our honest sailor is'
one of the richest men tn the Crescent City,'
snd he owes perhaps thf) greater part of hie'
prosperity to his tact and polfieiisss incross--i
ng the street. Olive branch. ... ,
During-the last three years the wives or
nine men have been brought to the Mass-'
achusetis State Lunatio Hospital, at War' 'J
center, in consequence of their husbands
going to California. ; . , ,
An honest man in. society is always, an
ornament, that will speak and show for itself.