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PL HI. 11 IK L AVKKK1Y. BY
p o r 1 1 ij .
All business of the firm transacted by
Who sTiuM bepptil'to or addressed at
' the" Telegraph''' 6fllc'pomoroy, 0.
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In advance.: S- : :
if uatil wlthltr'tbo'Vrfr.- t : : :
If lint puid itliln Oi yi-ur,
' TON ptr will tltcntiiniuil until nil rr-ni-
Hot ro puut, cxon mi mo ujj"""
';- '-'; flj's liif (5t MtWSlMPKH.-i.
C SulitTiUr.wholo notfrlve Pxiir-B noll.-o to
Hie lonlrnry, nrrf coinidercd nil wlahlnt; to continue
"v?' If lib i-r'i 1 m) ! o r c I r tbo dupontitiiinnro nf their
iHim, tha inibllflior rim ciitinuo to sen. I thorn un
til ull urronri;1 aro rmiil.
.1. irubrlbnrs huRl.fOt orrerimc to taku Iholr pa
,orrrum tlm oIHoo to wlilffli tliov liro .lirei Ud, ln'y
are li'jld rewiiHiilUl till thi-y gelll' their bill, mid or
ilor thJ uituerH iliooom lnu"l. , ,
4. if any aiit.K.-nbiT M " to iiiw.iIht plnro
without liiluriiiiiig tli. pnMi-li.T. Mini tlwii- );l;r '
acutto tlia rormnrd'.ru.-tloujtuu ubTibfr H mill r -
",'i.,,S''h'roiirlbiivo Ji-rWlod tlml ri'fuiiii!T t" liiko n
nowipup'Jr from 111 ..lllcu. or roumvliift ainl Icavm:;
it uii.'.aiod for, im-mmi Inch' idoiico .11 inlciiliniml
lr""U' RATIOS OP AIVKKTISIN:
One nquiire 2::iotH.i.
Two s(iinros, - -.inn
(Juc-hulf i-oliiniii - t
I i -r : ik.
3 .- in.
.-, in u in.
8 t)( -2 IK.
Ill IH, !."i Uti
IHrj 7 (II,, H (III
IH'Ill Dli; II (Ml
f-' .Vi l"i IK.. 17 Oil
Ill M.' M U JO (10
,00 (li-.'3 Oil, 01 (HI
H Million. - - ilU IMili.i IM
" ri'iiiTulvortii.i;"iuriil i 'liart'd at riU.-a allowed by
1 w. from w lii. li l. p'-r cent, will be .loilui tod lor
i;niiiul r iransuMit ndvoriiMiient mnt be jmbl
''''"viVtlTmenti. not hi.vine tlie nnn.l.ar of ln.er
tioiis mtirkir.l oiieopy, will bo continued until for
biil. iiihI chanted accordiiinrly.
L'i U V K I fS. r" '
T. A. PLANTS, Attorney and Councilor
Olllee in the Ponrt Ilointe.
lit l.iiw, l'oniuroy
SIMPSON Sr. LALKY, Atiorncys Sr.
roiinnulnrnat law pn.l tr-nt-riil col 1-eti 1115 ncroiws
Ponierov. O. Otllee in tlie
(.'niirt- Houau. 5-ly.
John a. ii.nka. J .vf "o n n. kvkmai-.i.
IIAN'NA EARIf A UT, Atlorneys at;,
l.:iw, l'oiiii'roy, All biisln.isK eniriisted totlienj
are will receive proinnl nlteiiiiioi. I I j
I'or th" Melt Comity Tulcgmph.
, ,r , -
BV Al VKkA C. AUInKRII. .
So cet May hud luado a rnmu for Juno, "
.nd mniliiitc, placed it on liur lioud; ' '
.And for Jier vi Ivct ;.ndaU (treeii
'Hroldcreil v. it'.i pw, earth t' tru.nl,
A Iboimuiiil ('iineri of iierfiime, i
In languor drooped their lioatl ! rest,
V'pon the uili r'.t a'lken wing:,
Aalio tlicir lrjgile forum carensad.
Vacation nt tho oollogo and
We, cloHod our booka wlili happy Hinilu;
And tliaeipPiie liaiid-cutln took off,
I-'orgetful of rdKlraint awhile,
'Twait 11 icwoot moriilnp and thu world
Wore, clasped with utarn, lier robe of gray;
A I walked by the l otliige white
The cottage. Iioidk of Olive Muy.
Tho wlndow-ansli wan 1 Ijrlitly raised:
A white face awepl by dewy vinos.
Looked Unit of soino pale Peri, sent
To 111! Willi odor blo.sfoni Hhrlnei;
The enn a rime us a bright Dinilo
Haw n o'or u face (i-own darlc with woe,
When uu.ldeiily aomu neu-boni hope,
Keanlmat es with hpppy glow.
The pule face nt the window flushed,
Adld Iho eusleni sky before;
I looked nnaiii and it win Knc,
I saw the vlm-naml nothliig more;
Yet nt the noon'lde and nt niKht.
Ku h hour of that summer dny,
I thought of bono mift, muil-lit eyes.
Ami murmured "Olive, Olive M:iv."' .
Tlmt cottasro wn my cynosure,
.My walk nil centered 111 Its door:
Cupid hud never touched my heart
I said, 'twas f rierdshlp, iiotliini; more;
Yet a new jireseneo seemed to blend
It with my spirit day by day;
And In ouch noiifr, Hopeuin to m:
The Interlude was "Olive Way."
Time, would not wait nsaih locked,
Tho u 111 in ur arbors of my aatil;
A.iln ujiou life's battle Held,
tTrF. ti.vlie the attention of buyers, to our In rpe and
1 i' .. ..11 atork of Van aow oil hand. It
Atfoi'idutf Itaituti-yliiiJ- Fur
'.'Should fanners, adorn and bonutify.
tlitsir lionies and firma before they become
wealthy, and if eo, hovr may it be Jono in
the f-Hhiest munncr?"
Every fm mor who owns the land upon
which ho resideo evesy man who own? n
house and gulden should fttrive to make it
as beautiful as possihle. It cannot be ex
pected that the miin of small means can
' procure the cipenaive adornments of the
U-iuh; his house may be small and plain,
but he can benutily and . nuorn it. never
theless. 1 fcay he can make his home beau
tiful and attractive, even if he is poor,
and 1 will state the reason why I think he
bhould endeavor to make his homo beau
tiful, rind adorn itns much as possible.
When I think of the many reasons why
farmers should adorn their homes, I al
most wonder that every farmer should not
see the necessity of having a pleasant, at
tractive home. The moral influence of an
attractive and beautiful home is great, both
upon old and young. It tends to make
them love the pure and beautiful, wherever
it may bo found. lSrothinr will bani3h vi
cious thoughts and feelings from the mind, j they represent
sooner than to bo surrounded by what is
attractive and lovely. I havo never known
TJio Mavcr lii;ili nt Oinrleston
IXtitliiic.ifiuii tusa 5ei'jiry.
'We-are not greatly disappointed to find
that Nullification is again in tbasceudant
at Charleston. The charitable hopes we
lately expressed, as to the fidelity of a
Southern jury to the law and their oaths,
regardless ot public sentimeiU in favtjr of
renewing the African Slave Trade, prove
to have been groundless. ,Wl"ltljury on
the Western Reserve lias done towards en
forcing a justly odious law for the benefit
of slavery, a Southern jurf bus refused to
do in the case of a violation of the laws
against what has been rightly teimed "the
sum of human villainiea.'-V h African
Slave Trade. Which suction of Th Union
is most loyal and moat sincerely reverent
toward the Constitution, is plainly seen
from the two cases. It is ulso equally
plain in which part of the country a gen
uine regard to tho law of conscience pre
vails, and where a vicioui "higher law,"
tho essence of which is lawlessness and per
jury, has its real home. In any point of
view, the Charleston jurors have biought
deen disgrace upon themselves and npuii
' the public sentiment of tho section which
l perfectly clenr cae was made out in
Echo trials. The chief witnesses were
but few instances where victims of crime j Captain Mallet and Lieut. Carpenter, the
I. m! lw.n fii-mod" will, nlensnnt homes, i former the commander and the latter the
either in childhood or manhood; every-! surgeon of the. Dolphin, at tho lime she
thing rough and unattractive, makes tho captured ihc Echo. The character of that
man the same, ilut few persons ever leave vessel was lully shown, ner owncisiiip,
a pleasant home for the tavern or dram- and the citizenship of Captain Townsem!,
shop. Notice where you will, the tirsl her commander, who was on trial
biy-ns of reform iu bad men are usually the Mallet testified ns to the slaves tak
... - - -' v1 l.ich we wnl receive B.ia.uoiis uui.n ... -i-.-.
THOMAS C'AllLETON. AltOltl'T Hull..! I Wo Imve no h.'Sltnt in saying Hint we ill.iai
iw nmii no."v . ........... - " t.mri,V .. I AW orders carefully t !e. le.l ami wen fur... -
Fr.iul street, rorisui."!." -r
adorninor cf their homes.
Nothing ahows the refinement of the
farmer moie thn the adorning of his
home; it shows his good taste, and that he
is desirous of making nil around pleasant
and comfortable. Beautiful and attractive
homes tend to increase 'all the good quali
ties of the occupants, and remove the bad.
Beauty and loveliness in nature tend to all
that is noble in thought end deed, and
mike mankind better, both as concerns
their own happiness and that of others.
Having shown why farmers should adorn
! their homes, I wiij tell how to d- it the
KNOWLKS &. (JROSVEXOR. An.r-
pe. at 1 aw. Athens, Athens foiu.ty, Ohio. n'
an'.-n,l the even.l fouria .i Meis t'om.tj. 01. He
. fid lny of oneli lerm. Oli.ce nt tlie (.:ii-i.ig
House'" v'"--.' ,
iio'I lil.r-. ti
STATES HOTEL. M. A
mm. 1'r.ionelorL no. uieri
to..; mi iniir 1 ni l ir-in 1 irrr-y
mv.O. ll eililrfavorv 10 i.ti-iimnii
1, nil bi-nst In the best inttiioer. Mr. Mmlsnii !i
receive a constantly lii-i nM:i;r pal rouage.
cnpie.l by M. rf.fi fPIl
4Un)t-Mili.tSmnf I X...
iiunl.ite boili ma tl I visit
A. S. 1 A L U ICK, iJl.y.-.i- i:iii and Sutoe.-
Mm miii Cii.v . Ya.
All calls to lb
-GKOCKIMI - !
ISA AO K ALL lilt, Cioihwr,
iMi. try prompt!
1. . o.
! ! I .'I
. . '. by
r- i:i Vi
above tivd I
Itrv litni! Dealer. 1il-l
.l"iiniu' . near Hi.; KolIluir-JJiH.
o'liitrv Merehiilils lire r. spei 1 1 11 1 !y
call nod evainilie my .link f (i.'oc
einilliielil tlil't 1 ccnlint lie u ll.l c rs-.1 .1 .
O. BRANCH Si CO.. D-ale
fronds, llloeeri' S. llanlv lire, 'im-el
Kant side or C i.rl street, .h..- .1 "
corii"r of Kruiii,
- STl) Yi'.S '1 : S V A HI'. j
W. J. PRALL. Maniif-u-inier !' Tii. tv.-i'lth
and Don le rln every varieo of Sioves. ele.,Cni .. ;
j'W.JONKiS. Prmirii't- r Si liinl.-i-'M f
Kailorv and Pla linff Mill. 11 lilt all orders m In
line f huslness piineliial y. a lid lit low rules. n;
inl.lres.siiii; nr a ppi y iinr t " i m ' .MIddlj.p..H -
STEAM SA W MILL. Prt.nl irrei, 1 m
rv. irnar Miri" nun. i.iai n. . i...i....
I iiml.i.r anweil In order oil short notice, run
l.itli r- 1 1 1 -1 : . 1 1 1 N on liam', '"r s;,... .
Mill N .
MIE LNDKftSKiN'.U h j"3' op. nt-tl :
t-iixc Hut nt 'i , V 'ortr.' . . . 3
ma. ' Quf eiiSwar-, hlim-s. e.. xt, ,
1llllin1.s nlJ filiinil. next lh totini)-"ii
whitli i!l '- sll tNUSl.Ai.l. LOW ,
fTinistani .V on liai'tt
liur liw ht.it: lour. I'ri-.uts, ,
Jirn.-d A ip'es. Colter,
Dro'ii t'l-aii.rs, l u.
t-1! owes, Jioit.-ros.
U V, Vim'".!
ti n'tl lit-t-i, :
Cttiritii-, a; ;ic ii.-i.-i, v.
C. I'. l)ONNALL. .
,.('' t.'.f i"'-1 .Mvi"iVi';;iiiiiu':ir ht'.ss-i.jii nt Ens!
:c.-1.-hkI. Apiil liHh and 2ut!i. Rev.
A. Tiumm, Mnileni'.or. Fourteen
I j iiiiTiany,
l'i nrl lia;
the Echo, which he sent to Chailcston.
Tho chart, found on board had :x con
tinuous line tuiccd on it, showing tha
course of the vessel, f'rin the coast of
Africa to the point at which she was cap
tured. One of the prisoners, named
Henry, told Lieut. Carpenter that they
had been forty-three or forty-four days out,
that they made signals for landing the
negroes, on the very afternoon of the cap
ture, and that one of these negroes was his
On the part of the prisoners, no testi
mony whatever was produced.
The Roctions of the law of 1C20. under
Jf your house is poor and plain, it ! which thev were indicted, provide that
makes no diit'erence, if you wintiol aflord i .anv person being of the ship's company
to build a new one, adorn the surroundings of any Yi.0t owned wholly or in part by
. of the old one. In odd spells build a neat jany (.j,,jzeri 0f t)ie United Slates, who shall
yard it will cost almost nothinj; set out ,t.A,.;Vo 0n nnv foieicn shore, anv ne-rro
: .-me pretty trees in front, and surrr.und im..lU)i llo ..u service by "the laws
liie house with them it possible. f ill the ,,;.).,. ol , ie Smu s or Territories of the
yard with flowtfis, they will .oout. .iu.Hi,i.rf United fitc, smrbol-Kjh vessel with
but the trouble of getting, unless rare va- j .erit ,0 ni.,u0 hiin a slave, or who shall
ric-ties are procured, and your wile and f,,,...;!.!.- online or detain, oraid and assist
.children will see to the cnl;ivaiou never , tl t.l)nii:,ir Uttiaining. any such negro
I tear for that. Build a wood-house, ii you ;o ;,..,! At v.-sscl, shall ba deemed a
, have not one already. Don't deface youi ! r,i,,Ul. HIKl ufl,;r do:uh."
...... i ... . i i ; .. .i.i .... ; i , .......
uuui-iiiu tiivn tt i n i.i . j i : i'M, uai ijtii.9, i ?t 1 1.
wheels ami other rubish; remove the hog-
j pen from iis conspicuous posiiion near tlie
! roau-biiie to tlie rear ot the liouse, ani
; build a neat fr.-imo structure, instead of I
I sticks and skios iwnl nay lor use It m a i
! V U I I'll., (.....til l.uuf 1.,.i-. - I 1 1 IU Tl
.. .. iwv,.,, .. ..v.. , ...... i .
I 1 I I 1. 1. 1 11 i oi tor
loon, ii iu e, iniiuii i-; iit.fr i . iveuene nil o i .1 .' .1 I ,i
, ,. , , . .. .. ,, i Similar is the nc'ioii taken by the
&(i.-I.-a c nnoc nr.. b inima tfi.in 1 hp tip iw I. ... J
r -'i i j i ti -e f I ijury at Cii.n iea'.on. near the sinno time, in
j ready buil;; they will pay for themselves.
lana loon oeu.er wan me u..g .tiy , ojl-c , ., , h(,volni(1 !lU .a venUlre 1M.ov,-d
on manv a tarm. Don tallow loose hoards i , ,K.- ,, ' . ,,, , , ' .,,.
1.1 I UUIIl.fl M. Ii J lV- VtltillLV I. V I. up IHllVt III "
l.'liiiiv inoved guihv as the prisoners
j severally were, wit.ii u saadow of rebut-
, i ling proof, we have as yet only two further
' i.. .... tl.. iin...1. it. .it 1I.-.1? ,i.AiA
litt.. l-O III Hit ..t: iiiunt. lJi l-iii.l. sii'J ,viv
defended by four lawyers, and declared
:7iot ffnil t) by the jury, i:i direct dlianco
l.iw, the testimony, and their oath.
the case of C:ipl. Con ic ot live v anderei ,
anodier siavo-tntler, caught in the very
.ISctrtire smU E'oSsoiiing.
One of tlie most important murder trials
which liis ever come before our Cisy
Courts, was terminated, after eighteen days
sitting, on tho 2c5ih ull., in the conviction
of James Stephens for poisoning his wile.
We do not alude to this ease as a criminal
topic because that would bo entirely for
eign to the legitimate order of our mission
but for tho putpr-se of showing the
power and subtility of science, in detecting
arsenic, when used for criminal purposes.
In this case the victim had been dead and
buried for nearly a j ear before the matter
was brought before the courts, the body
was then exhumed and the intestines placed
in the charge' of Dr. Doremu for chemi
cal analysis. The result of thU was given
in detail, in an examination of two hours
on the witness-stand; the following is the
substance of It: He found from four to
six grains of arsenic in the retinitis of the
deceased woman. At such a period after
death much of the arsf-.nic swallowed by
a patient, would be absorbed, atd the
quantity found in the remains was not an
exact test of the amount of arsenic taken.
The quantity of arsenic sufficient to caut-e
death varied in different persons and un
der different circumstances. It was on
report that, a grain and a half had killed;
Sir Benjamin Brodie was the authority
for that. Two grains, three grains accord
ing to the circumstances, were sufficient
to cause death. An analysis of two hun
dred cases of poisoning by arsenic, made
by Dr. Lee, established Professor Dore
mus' conclusions on the subj.'ct of tho
symptoms produced by poisoning with ar
senic, which were vonii'ing, pain in the
pit of the Btonvieh (desci ibed a burning
pain), a similar pain i:i the 'throat, nerv
ousness, and prostration of the whole
system, partial paralyzation, diarrhrca,
swelling of parts cf the body, and a pecu
liar anxious appearance of the counte
nance. Scientific American.
LAWS OK'O H i'O
AS A I T
next s'-nn. annual iitHi.iii"iits of e-nrTily tr.ittiri.r;
tuiil lli-'reutioii the ciuiipi ioi t ..'.i..il draw tliarefor.
In fnvor nf Hi.; iruas'ii'ur of Mai ", on the sever.. I
I'oanly Iretis-irer., or oo him it of tlio'it. and for s'n 'I
fill lit or n. is imi-Ii. as lie Khali d 'em must eor.r nUal
not oxin.nrtlii t" I. mount l.y thorn, respe" llve.l ,
i'i.llei-te.1 for 'llyi'l -even I l.ie tinu ntet li'll -4
nf so dra win tr.a i.d shall clmrirJ til i s.-ui." to me Irons- ,
nrer of st it t on. ic'-otiiii ol it 'iierel r"veiiuo; mi l in
'i' her respects tin cmupt roller, treasurer inn I auuitor.
sliutl be (roitiriied in tho provisions of next prece
ill K seetioli. ' ' t
ec. Ij. t:. unity Ir.-nsurers nhiill tu!: iossmion of
t!"'ir otlleesou thct llsst Mm. l.y of Septenib ir next
after tli.'ir el. clioii. niid snail hold the sain i for ttv i
enrs tlureufier, in n moil their Miccosnr. are elec.
ted rind ipialul ii.1; ami if any p".ron els..t.;.l to miid
odli-a shall f ill to iivi b'md ami lake the oith of of
t!i e, lis prescribed by law, on or lii.l'or,. lite II.-. I M ill
day of September next niter his flection, tin. nie.
Miall lie iiefd to bu vucuiil, ami shall bo II. Iu 1 us pro
vld'i'l liv In vr. '
Se. Id. The art entitled ".in act t.J providn forthn
sr-ini. annual pnl lection of taxes," p'.sseil April 1-J,-IHj,
Is lieretiv rpualo.l. but nolwltlntaiidiiii; lids re. .
piMil.the Iwlitli i, 'cUon of s.iid net shall roiitliiuu in
force until the fl rat Monday in September n-xt, un I
provhled, tli ii I this repeal shall no' all el ih.i exisiliif
i iu h I s or liabilities ot any p !ii,on or p is.u.s. civil or
criiiiin,..l, liiit Hie saitic liu. be pr.iset uted as If tha
Sec. IT. I his act sliull lakn f-iTect and be in rorco
from and after lis piissiijxo.
V 1 1. 1,1 A Al n. WOO 1S,
Speaker of Hie House of Ifeiireseiitativci .
MA ll TIN VKI.h.i:,-,
President of the .Senate.
Ap.il 2, le.V..
Coal Oil iiiCohEiocIoci.
Aee" .says that great
exists in Coshocton county.
with regard to the manufacturing of conl
oil, and that many persons are going into
the business. The best canned coal of the
State is to be found there, and the people
are determined to devolope their resources
in that way. Five companies on one farm
turn out 1,000 gallons a day; another man
ufactures 500; another her 2,500; another
1,500 in all. 5,500 gallons a day. These
works will all be iu operation in less than
The profits of the manufacture of this
oil are enormous. Ten cents per gallon
will, it is paid cover all the expenses of
manufacturing, and it finds ready ende, all
over the country, at 40 cents per gallon,
leaving the nice little profit of thirty cents
These mines, it is considered bv corn-
Jo prot'lil.i fort'ie reini-i mil collertum or t:i".
'Section I. Ho It ennet id by the Uein-rul As.uiii.ily
of Ilia state of Ohio. Tlv.t each por. n churned Willi
tax 's mi u tax diiptteiile in tlie hands of a count
t rcii-urer inay, nt hisoplion, pay Hie full nitioiint oT
sticli tuxtsWitsr before fie twenUeth day of liucoin
Ijer, or imoinlf t, hereof on or h .fore Hi.) twentieth
day of lleci.inti .r, and tho rt iiiliinlni; half thereof
on or before the twentieth day of. lime next emu
liur: provided, however, Hint all rend lavs n
chawd Vial I be paid prior to the tweiillein day id
December, I" tho iiiiintier prescribed ! 'aw.
Sue. -J. When In xes clin ra-ed uirainst I lie property
ofnny person stiall bo paid by Instalment., in, afoie
said, cacti of such payment.), uv.l'isivu of r.n.l
lii'xi.'A'dinll he apportioned anion; the several fun Is
for which taxes Hall have been ussuss-jd, in llulr
See. H. ll sl.rll bo the duty of lie- iniily 'iinlilor
to fet down tint amount ol fi-;cs chnrVii ailfislencli
entry in two separate columns, Olie-icllf tlcreoi', ex
clii.iive of road taxes, in ciu-h column, uinl inbliii
n i . . ... .... -. a n ...t li,. 1 1' i.'iii. ui.fll.'li.ni I.I., ii!.
simile M Hie riirlil'of eacli column lo writ- thn word ! "'"I1 act w 're not reochled
.paid." mid waeu payment of eidier hull of mj.'Ii
taxes ihull be made, tlie treasurer s.iail write In the
blank space opposite 'lie same Hi i word "pnid;" and
tlie ai;iiilor of stale Is hereby authorized to proscribe
such other forms for county duplicates as unit' seem
proper to him, nnd produce uniformity lliroui;liitiil
the sliile: nnd It shall be iho duty ol county auditors
to conform thereto.
Sec. 4. When one-half the taxes, ns afot -said,
clinrjreit : 'rail, si iin eniry, on a tax Unpln-ni" in tlie
hit nds of a coiiiilt ir...is.irer, shall in.l lie ptiid on or
before ll.: twentieth day of llecelllbvr M xl alter III:!
same stin 1 1 nave b" ''i so chi rked, or v.li.ui Hie re.
niuinder of such tn ess!iall not 0e paid on or before
the twentieth d;:y of June next thereafter, the county
treasurer shall piuecud in collect lliu same by dis
tress or oHierit i so, as inny at tiie l one be proscribed
bv law, to(;..tlier with a penalty ol' live per centum
nil tlie amount of tho luxes so delinquent, (which
penult v shall be for iho t-.s-s of Hie treasurer t.s a
compensation for such collection:) awl In (ill cases
where such half of any Lives, oilier tint ii on real
e.-Late, siu.li not have Ii 'en paid mi tie- twentieth day
of Jlecember, tlie w hole anion 111 of taxes, oilier Hi an
real estate, for tho current year, so cluiree.l. shall
bo due and delin.iiclit. and shall be. collected in tin;
ma eauil with Hie penalty provided in this ..eli,i.
Sec. 5. When on.i-ii.ill'oi' lite t.i .e chart;.'.! att-aint
any eiil r of real cs!:.le shall not he pu'nl on or l -
fere tlie twentieth on) ol iieceuincr in eacn year, or
colled ..I 1-v iii-tr.-s-nr oilierwis ', prior lo Hie lie xl
Kei.runr- settlement, as aulliorireeil by this act, a
penniiv id' Uiirtv p -r cent, thereon shall he mideilio
such half of raid l.txef on Hie duplicate; and if Hie
nuid tax.sniid p.-lially. iii.'l udiiih' me remaining i.ili
of s .i ll taxes, shall not be paid on or I) lore the
twenti 'Hi of Jun- nixt Iherealter, or collected l.y
distress or otherwise prior lo Hie next August settle
thu same pi l;::ll shall be chareil eu .-aid laM
..-,lf of s-ii.f taxes, and the amount of tho nlioie in.
Bi;lner shall coniili'.e Hi- d ! i milieiil tax.! oil such
real cstale.to be collected iu the luanncr tnul is or
.,.,'. I,., i.resi rilie.l bv law. And if Hie amount ol
.,.!, . i taxes and iienallv . In-tethcr tviiu tlie
. .. i.- . i, ,. ... ,.l.,i I-.- .il :..r.till :t stlctl
ti.te f.'.r the current year, shall not be paid on or ho- j bu s, ($1S,95'J);
fore tlie iw-imei:. u.i.i '
venr, tue s dd itclli!'i'ieot titxiis and penalty, und tun
whole of too t..';a of the current year, shall he due
and collected bv Hi ei.le of such real estate in tlie
lllaninr Hint is or inny oe aiiiiiin i ii ... i.n. . nn-i in.
ease the ilrst half ol the taxes clmn'-id upon nil real
e'st.itt'hall hJ jiaid "u or before me l,;ntiuiii daj
of lice lube -, as pi.ivid.'il in this iieLhut the reio'iiu
inirlinir tit-reof sliail no' "e paid on or before the j
iwniiti.-th -lav of June next thr alter, or bo collec
ted bv dislrusa or t.Uterwise prior to the next August
si llle'm-iit as prut Id '! in this act, then the same
kenlltv flinll oe nib led to sm.ll llllpuid taxes, and Hie i
i- in- hail lie lien! .d as delilHiucnt taxes, us provi-j
del in this act, ami, wie. .... i..e, ...... i riono mini.
tear collected by .sale ol sucu real estate as uiure- 11 1 at. i jti.u tut ut i w-i.j ,
said.' ,, .,,.,, For tho payment of clerks in the office
,s..c.o. The oo-ibly auditor shall, annually, durm(r; I J ..: i iii,
the i-iontii of Aii-ust, mane out and retoru.iii a bouu : ut Hie secrulary Ol state, tl V6 liuiiured uol-
lobe provided for that purpose, a list of all lands , fiuoV
nnd town lots returned by the tre.isi.rer d .l.iiquenl I'H S, (ouo;, , .
at the loececliiiii .s.tiienieiil, .bucnluni; such lauds j .,,,. (lf nay men t of clerk 111 the office of
,,-,r neral, two hundred dollars,
inl ;,i xes lor 1 ll-J ar in-x l'i ecuii.i'i,,.wx .1.- , . JU I '
neiailtv til -re. ui, as i.rovnled in ll.. acl.aud 1 - '
l . . ....ii I,,,,, 11,, n T-r.i n r, , 1 .a n ... itnlllil it
taxesot t tie cu rreni jeariaini mi.hi ivhuj i i vm tue. I'o ut u t yi iumc . ...i tumnj
treasurers t ravel my; to and returning Irora
rNro. 17C AX ACT
MakiitT Aiinroniiations, in liart, for
Pirfct Quarier of the Year 1 BfiJ.
S'-ction 1. Be it emit ted ?y the General
Ax'trmhly of the Slate of Ohio, That the
following sums be and are hereby appro
priated out of any money in the treasury
applicable thereto, from the general reve
nue, for tho expenses, in part, of the first
(planer of tho year eommeneing on the
fifteenth day of November, in tlie year
eighteen hundrad and fi fly-nine, ( 1 059):
Per the payment of the salaries of the
governor, auditor, treasurer, comptroller
of the treasury, secretary of state, attorney
general, secretary to the governor, stato
i commissioner of common se.hooli, an! tha
! suite librarian, three thousand lour huu;
died and twenty-five dollars, (83,425);
i For tlie payment of the aliries of
i Judges of tho supreme court, court of
' iiiniimnti nln.j oinl tsimoi'irtt' eotlvr.s. tfl-rVi-
the , il, l,.,,1o.l .,,..1 fifin flol-
j ItHTli 1. 1 ie a 3d 1 1 j iiiinv ihiiiuicu iiiiu inij uui
For the pavment of clerks in the office
of the audi'or of state, one thousand four
hundred dollars, ( 1,400);
For the payment of clerks in the ofiide"
of the treasurer of state, seven hundred
For the payment of the clerks in the
office of the comptroller of the treasury,
liight hundred dollars, ( y 1500 J; and for the
::t wl'ich Hi
potent judges, eont.iiin the best coal of nnv when he may "' i ';'"' i; ; .'
I J -d . , ships to ree-o - t.i.x-o.l uio.i l-'o
in the couitlrv, yiep.nng, ns it tloes, 00 i,!.in,... from tiu iiii daj ot
gallons of superior light oil to the ton. j T' ,ffIUs r !,:.
1 1 win ri'fjii!
K E V G E 1 1 V 1 L L E Steam Grist
st-wart. Proprietor has been re cent I ichiiiit. an.
I to ilojfi'O'l ii ii r , .i'iii,jii., .
is now prepu
JOHN S. DAVIS
chine, on Suirnr Knn
- -- u j.. l.i. V
t.s his Pianing Ala-
I'limt'riiy, in trnod oriler, and
i.'loijoio;. w al iier-boardin;r.
nnstaiillv on hand, t li.l nr.'eis. 1-10
I'KTKK LAMB RKCli I, Watei rn;
n-alerin Wutches, (.'lurks, Jev.el'y and Tniicx
Arlii'lils. I tl 11 r t street, oennv in-, ii. " ,,,...,.,. t .1 i , -.i i
I lo use, I'omeroy. Watches, (locks und Jewelry j eial Other Worthy Citizens of Obeihn and
eiirefuUr repair-.l on snort nonce.
W. A.XlCHER, Wauihmitker and Jew-
cler. and wholesale nud retail dealer in Watch 's.
Cluck, Jowelrv and Pitney (ioods. Pront-st.. above
the KomiHEton'Housc. Poineroy. Particiilariitlen
I ion paid tofepnirliur til I articles 'n my line. I -I
' HOOTS AND SIJOKS.
ehiiridies were r pi-.'st-niej by t hoi r dele
a' s. Six oeii Atiuistfi'S were present.
The evening l Wuduesiiay was devoted
l. a dir.riisii ii of the recent ptosecti'. ion
of oet er.tl ciiiz-ns of Oln rii . and Welling
ton, before lie- 17. S Court at C eveiand.
Addresses were made bv Keva. Messrs. C.
W. Torrey, ,) A. Thorn-, T. W. Trrrey,
Payette Shiphei , John E. Hurt, and Henry
Cnwh s; after whieh lhe Iollovi ing resoln
tiotis were passed Uitanimously:
AVhekp.as, Several members of churche
in our connection, and one beloved mem
ber of this Conference, together with sav
: on your buildings, they are very unsightly
Have good yards around your farm build
jings. They add greatly to its beau:)-.
j Take at least one good agricultural paper.
Strive lo make your home, farm and lnmily
j a pattern one and in no way can it be done
j &o effectually and early as by adorning it
j externally as well as internally. J'rize
I Unsay in Genesee Farmer.
Wellington have been recently indicted,
arresied, imprisoned, and put upon their
in tl tor lhe alleged crime of rescuing a
fugitive slave from his claimants, we deem
this a proper occasion to declare,
! 1. That in our iudirment. fo far ns the
T. WHITESIDE, Wanulaciurer ol tfoois; testimony has yet transpired, it docs not
convict these biethreii aud fellow-citizens
...,.l Cl,ni li'n.nt Kl reel . tbreo doors above Moll-.
bridge. Thu best of work, for Ladles and Gentle- ,
men, niiide lo rder. . i"1 I
: f.KATIIKIt 1) KALI'. Its.
McQUHlO SMITH, Leather Dealers j
and Finrtors, court street, j oo.rs ocioiv inu man.,
and opposite nrnneh's More, 1'omiToy, O
m a kTTf 7v (3 T CTli K s . "
SUGAft-RUN Salt Company. Salt twen-
tv-Hvo cents per bushel. Olilce near the Fnriince.
C. CKANT. Afri-nt.
POMEROY Salt Company.
five cent ner bushel.
DAIiNEY Salt Company, Coal port.
twenty-five cents Tier bushel for country trade.
1-1 G. W. COOPEK, Secretary.
F. E. IIUMPHREY, Blacksmith, in
new hiiil.linj;. hnck of the Hank build inc. Poinoroy.
Job Work of all kinds, Ilorso-shocing,fc., executed
with neatness and dispatch. . 1 -1
P. LYMAN, Painter and Glazier, back
room nf E. I.nmhrocht' Jewelry Store, west side
0urt slreot, Homeroy, O. 1-1
JOHN E1SELST1N, Saddle, Harness and
Trunk Manufacturer, Front Street, th run oors bu
low Court, Ponieroy, v. Ill execute all work en
trusted to iiiscnre with iieiitn'-'ssnml dispatch. Sad
dles grotton np tn the neatest st lo. l-e
JAMES WltibHT, Saddle and Durness
Maker. Shop over Black nnd Kathbum's store,
Rutland, O. I I
CARRIAGE Sz WAGON MAKING by
M. KtiiTsn, Front Street, flret corner below the
Kollinir-Mill, Ponieroy. O. All articles in his line
of busineas manufactured at reasonable rates, nud
they are especially recommended for durability.
I'ETER CROSBI15, Wagon Maker. Mul
berry street, wost side, three rtaors Hark street,
x-.n...nv rthlA. MHiinrnettirr of 'Wiitrnus. Ktur-
pie. Carrisges, Ac. All orders tilled on short developments which show that a system
notice. 1 " 1 I c c:i i ! i . : , . l . i
i oi Slavery iihh otti own in noi. uu to oe tor
of knowingly violuing the Fugitive Slave
Law, inasmuch as the colored man was
seized stealthily after the manner of kid -napper",
and tlie papers shown as author
ity were supposed to be legally defective.
2. That even if the case had been an
open violation of the Fugitive Slave Law
of 1703 and of 1850, it would not have
been a violation of the higher law of God,
but rather a case of heroic Christian obe
dience thereto, and the more clearly so,
inasmuch as the rescue was effected with
3. That the voice of the Christian
world does and ought to sustain those who,
at the call of suffering humanity snd of
divinely revealed duty, dare to obey God
rather than men.
4. That we sympathize tTeepl3- with our
brethren, suli'ming under the oppressive
action of this Fugitive Slave Law, and
deem it our privilege to remember them
while in bor ds, as bound with them, com
mending them to the loving care of Him
who, eighteen hundred years ago, "en
dured j,iief, gsfTerin jr wrongfully."
5. 1 hat we call lhe attention of all our
Christian brethren and fe low-citizens
throughout the nation to the present case,
as developing the utter, inevitable antag
onism of Slavery to. tho dictates of human
ity and to the demands of the law of equal,
impartial love, and as developing also the
natural oppressiveness of the Slave Power
toward not the bond only, but the free
'1 tie Terrors of Wnv.
The London correspondent of the Phil
adelphia "North American" sny.-.:
Should war, unhappily be commenced,
it will be such a war as Europe, has not
seen for long years. Probably no nation
was ever better prepared with deadly and
destructive weapons of war than France
at the present time. Every modern im
provement has been introduced into her
gunnery, and her arsenals were never in
such a complete condition. They are cast
ing cannon in enormous quantities, having
reduced the various calibres to two, viz:
18 and 4 pounders, rille bore projectiles
hollow, producing a double effect, that of
solid shot and shell; they are of a conical
shape; they have a brazen airletts, which
gives to the balls a precision never before
j They have constructed near Marseilles
I a large number of newly improved small
armed steamers, very Hat, carrying one
i gun each, ou a swivel, and the gun nnd
the gunners are protected by an iron shed,
so that the enemies' balls must glide off
on either side, without doing any harm.
Horses have been purchased in such great
numbers that vast temporary stalls have
been erected in several districts of France.
Thirty thousand pairs of shoes and thirty
thousand oveicoats have just been ordered
Ty France, for the Sardinian army. Willi
the vast armies of France and Austria, the
tffrrible war materiel which will bo em
ployed, and the certainty that, the dogs of
J ... hi. .hi ! ;
war once let loose, an juropo win oe in
volved, no wonder the people shudder and
stand aghast at the very prospect.
Memory of a
vi their own will, or of Southern public
sentiment, tiiat body refused to lind a true
bill for piiaoy, declaring upon oath that
there was no ground of accusation against
In nil these cases, it is to be borne in
mind, that the several juries have been
specially instructed Irom the bench, Judge
Wuyuo of the United States Supreme
Court presiding, that the law is constitu- j
lional, and that it was their duty to en- :
force it, in accordance with the facts)
shown. About the facts there was not the
least shadow of question. The law tho :
jurors had solumnly sworn to support, j
It is utterly useless for such men, or those
who sustain them, to talk any longer ofj
Southern honor, ns pertaining to them-
selves saying nothing of conscience or j
loyalty. Cin. Gazette. i
e about 5 10 men coopers,
miners, t'nmsters, retort tenders, oic. to
run these works. May wo hope those of
our citizens who are idle and want ivoik,
will there iinl ii?
Arrangements have been made to ship
large amounts of the conl lo Newark, New
Philadelphia, nnd Steubenville, to supply
tho retorts now in operation at those
The capital a'roady invested, exclusive
of lands, amounts to SJ.OOO.
I with Hi
the col ret tness mere. . I, aim lae nine
.... ..... .. record.'.. I. and sian the same
s-e 7 '.' be coii n I v auditor shall, annually, mi or ,
bel.tr-" lhe llr.-'l d;:v of October, deliver l i Hie couulj :
treasurer lb- diipiicalo ol taxc- rcipei ed by law tu ;
',,! nlc and lie: ir-.isii'cr'.i.iaiee Shalt be kept !
open, for tin- ree. ipl oi taxes, r,.,, tlm lime of ue
o li'erv ol H ue! let! to to tue treasurer (except,
urea to ne iu uui . -iit.-ii in., ii- )
nt -nun ttnv in
of April until tue t
....... .Cll,., A....I...1 11 ,i imnii,.
,11, on or before1 11 1,1 c'eii'5' xii hit x.t-iiti.it s n m i o n.t o.
binary in each er.r.sel tl e Willi ; o,.'V lln (hOlli'dllld Uollll'S, ( '.s I U,UUU I J
is iii-l lie may V ,.,.;..; I,a,l,,i I ..,1 ..,.',
kill- sil.'ll S'ttlO- J UI IU OV ll"in, l'.'v.ll''l-t ..on v.iii.jiiu
nnd he. shail ulso, on or hoiuru lhe t inlit da
:,, , s-til w.iii the iiinl.tor ol hi.
i he seal of government making theirsemi
annunl settlement in tho month of Febru
ary, 10GO, one thousand eight hundred
p r. s s v o li: n t i n t i t r t T o n s .
For provisions and household and cur-
Mother . V hen
. e i:i tori ntiTwriere, nmonnr lltn common ofT-
P. O. WHALEY. Surg-on Dentist. ! j,, of ouv or.0 vnlUr , nud least of all.
it . . n..ii,t..M n-wl Pnlln,l ar,i't. . . ....
Mi.Mienort.o. All ..penitio prrtiiiniuir lo tlie I in a nation which claims to tie not only
urolession prmfniy prrtortneo. umn wii...-u i s IlIZC li but ' llllstian.
huon at llieir residence, if desired. 1-1
i temptation appears, and we are aim st per-
' .!...! , . .1. n,n,,,r li,-.ii. Cmn o mot linr'n
KtlilUCU IU tlU Vivtl, ' - " - -' -
words of warning will be recalled to mind
and the snare broken. Yes, the memory
of a good mother has saved many a poor
morlHl from going astray. Long grass
may be growing over the hallowed spot
where all her earthly remains repose.
Tho dying lenves of autumn may be
whirled over it, or the chill white man
tle of winter cover it from sight, yet
the Fpirit of her, when he walks in the
right path, appears, and gently, sadly,
mournfully, calls to Hm when wandering
off into ways of crim".
Shade Ti res.
How beautiful, most beautiful of earth's
ornaments, are tress! Waving out on tho
hills, and down in tho valley's, in wild
wood or orchard, or singly by the way
side, God's spirit and benisori seem to
us ever present in the trees. For their
shade and shelter to man and brute; for
the music the winds make among their
leaves nnd the birds in their branches,
for the fruits and flowers they hoar to
delight the palate and the eye, and the
fragrance that goes outward and upward
from them forever, we are worshipful of
"Under his own vine and fig tree,"
or fruit tree in his own vineyard and
orchard! what more expressive of inde
pendence and lordship in the earth?
Well may the Arab reverence in the
date-palm a God given source of sus
tenance. Dear to the Spaniard is the
olive, to the Malay his bread-fruit, and
to the Hindoo his banyan, wherein dwell
the families of man, and the birds of
heaven build their nests.
Without trees, what a desert-place
would be our earth naked, parcbctl,
aud hateful to the eye! Yet how many
are thoughtless of tho use and beauty of
trees. Mo"t beautiful ever as God plants
them, but beautiful even planted by tho
poorest art of man, tiees should be protec
ted and preserved.
If he is a benefactor who causes two
bladeB of glass to jrrow where one jrrew
before, how much greater is hia benefi
cence who plants a tree in some waste
place, to shelter and shade, to draw
thither song birds, and to bear fruit for
man? Plant trees, O man that has waste
land; tnd be careful of those that are idan-
' ted, all ye pons and daughters of men.
the Ooeilin ":.
The Cleveland papers do not speak in
very complimentary terms of the manner
in which the United States officers have
deported themselves in the Oberlin Res
cue trials. The Judge at first insisted
that tl-.e same jury which convicted Mr.
Btishnell should sit in each of the other
cases, hut ho has at. length yielded, either
to the force of public seniinicut, or else to
the motions of an accusing conscience.
The District Attorney and the Marshal are
also charged with having exhibited a de
gree of partiality and partizan feeling,
quite unbecoming their positions. Out ol
forty jurors originally returned, there were
ten Republicans, and each of these wis
Biricken off the list, at tho outset, to se
cure a strictly partizein jury. The "Her
ald" further criticizes the conduct of the
prosecuting officer ns follows:
1st. Let it bo remembered that the
District Attorney, who has control of the
Grand Jury, allowed Mr. Boy n ton, the
father of the boy who for 620 decoyed the
negro by lying to him into the hands of
the slave catcheus, to sit upon the Jury
that found the indictment against these
2d. Let it be remembered that the Dis
trict Attorney a'lowed a United Slates
Deputy Marshal to bo one of the petit jury
that tried Btishnell.
3d. Let it be remembered tint tho Dis
trict Attornty, after Bushneil had been
convicted, insisted that all the other de
fendants should be tried by the same j'iry;
a jury that had passed upon all the main
facts in their caes.
It matters little to say, even if true, that
the evidence w-as conclurive and tho ver
dict just, as an apology for such proe-ed-ings.
No verdict is right, no caso is
fairly determined, when such influences
are mixed up with the trial.
sam -.aa-s s
iT5?To mike Orange Pudding grate
the yellow part of the rind, and squeeze
the juice of two large orangm. Stir to
gether to a cream, half a pound of pow
dered white sugar, and add a wine gliisof
mixed wine and brandy. Beat very light
6ix eggs, and stir gradually into the mix
ture. Put into a battered dish with, a
tn-iinl n.-liro nxilml wlilolt 1-txr n. horde.!' ot
ntifi" naste neatlv notched. Rake it hull'
r i j .
an hour, and when cnul grate white Kiigor
Hie lll'l, ei.tli dav o! !'
in-iiinllioi' of hisioiiuiy lor all Hi
I, , . . collected at the time of
111 1. n 1 ;
cot'inv for ull taxes that be may Have collected, al
the lluie of l.l.-.kin- said sett lenient, not naluded III
the preeedin- Vebrunry selileiueiu; nnd at cacti ot
suet! senl 'ineiils the auditor shall allow to the ,re..s.
iireron Hi- inoners eotleutod on the iluplieaU and
i ... I r.ir l.v iiiin. His fees, airreclnt l.ilue fat)
expenses ot tlie southern U lno lunaiio asy
lum, mx thousand dollars, (i,0'0);
For provisions, household and current
expenses of the northern Ohio ltin'a'ic asy
lum, six thousand dollars, ( SG.OOO);
For the salaries of superintendent, stew-
coiuiiy trcasuVerwith the com.iy cumin toners, now i aid, mUroti, physician and teachers ortlie
required by iaw to bo i.,..de on ine ni-st a mu.iy m Ohio institution for the education of tho
lime shall hereafter be made on the tirst Muiiduy in i i i
se iieniber niuniaio. ' deaf and dumb, two thousand two hundred
' Sec', tl. In making the settlements required by Hie I , j-e ,,,).,,.;,, (2 25 Jp
rirei-otliii" section, the count) auditor snail carel.i. ly ''".Y l"-H.3 I, '
examine, the tax duplicate, and t'seertaoi, from tne i p. or provisions, household and current
entries of taxes aim penalty, puid in whole or pari, I c -i i,.si it Ur.in th-ee thousand
in. I from such otiuir sources ol inliiriiiatnui as miiy 1 -XP-I'S'.a Ol ts.-nu iiibutiUiion, iii.te iiiousitini
he within bis reach, liie, truo amount cullccle.i i by Ine , d,i!il!Vj, ( 83,000);
t ream re r mi aceoii.t oi" cat ll of the scrotal taxes . ' . .
lltaairLi .in a. - I,.,i. fin .ino nt , .Riefiro taooborc (in
other employees in the Ohio institution for
the education of the blind, one thousand
five hundred nnd seventy-five dollars,
For provisions, household and current
expenses of said institution, three thou
sand two hundred dollars, (33,200);
For the salaries of tlie superintendent,
other officers and(teachers of the Ohio state
itaxrlnm fin- irlintK ti va lmndied nnd fiflV
county treasurer saan, v.iiuiii ten "v ' -
lavs next niter liashan have m.nie eacn seini-iiiiiiiiai (ollai'S, I yooLM;
...rilunii.nl iiilli Iho countv liluliliir, us renin re it by ,, . . . , , . ,
thu. Tact, present to the auditor f state and ii.ec.uip-1 i' or provisions and necessary nonsenoiu
troller'ol liie tre.i.sliry. tacll. one ol the seveial i c.- j exen9e3 0f ,,( S;lj,j ;lsyllni pifQ hundred
tihcalesnnd ab.ir.ictsof the county Hu.nlnr, ic.piired 1
lo be made out ill Hie precedlliJl seen , dollalS, (.o00).
Sec. 11. Tne auditor of aie l',;;;' STATE nKFORSI FARM,
of the ccrliticales and ii-.-tracis alores.uil. pi.n.i ..ii te . .
settle ith the in'intv treasurer ior the in. .nets in ins For tho salaries of the officers of the
:n:u "hrm farm, one thousand dollars.
urv, and stiall certify lhe same lo Hie comptroller ol , (0 000);
the treasuiv. slieiifv ilitr ill Hie eerHlifal..- or t'lTli.e i . . . , ,
Sii!.l"i,;it b'i..i:iiii: i. cel. fund, nud the 1 Fur provisions, clothing, lodging. School
tai aiiioiini io ue pant into me i,h. ...... , i,.,,. ,s i,,.. ,,i i ,0 r uitauoti uinl training
bojs, four thousand dollars, (-t4,0UJ).
char'ed on such tiupiicate, nun no- ainuinc. ie.i..in.-
inn in tne ban. Is ol '' treasurer hel.in;,iiifl; to tech
fund, and shall ait e to the ii-e;.s:irersj,..,.aie curliil- i
cale- in iliiilic.iie of liie separalo su ills Ion nil to have
been collected l.y bint, i'he count uui.it".-snail also !
iiuiku out and .i -livfr lo thu c.uiity treasurer a eer- j
tilleate in duplieiile.speciiyimi Hi'' a niuul.t c u i raed
on the tax duple el ' of the county for w: of lae ,
lev era I purposes for which taxes shall have been
levied, and also ll cerlitieale or an abstract, III dil-
i.lici.lc of the taxes winch imve becoine due III . I
i . . ' I II iiiinlv iiii-
lil j a no w men i em i. ...n....... - -
h.ill also make "ut iin.i earci.ui) inu aim inc.
in Ins emeu list of the taxes and penalty tn
duo and llllpuid, which shull be delioinlll.lteil Hie de
iinipieiit list. .
k..... i.i. K-ic'i eniiutv treasurer shall, within ten
.... ........... ..I' u,,..n ..i.rt iiiei.le or cerliiiea' i, and liud
in-the jialite to be correct, the coiuptie'ler o! ine
treasiirv shall Issue a cerlilb ntu or cerlilivalcsl.tereol
specie 'fie' aforesaid; und the county treasurer
sliall forthwith deliver Hie same lo the treasurer ol
... , l ii., li,,, .it,i treasill'V the lull il.ll. Hint
..,-..11 .iii'i, ,',. euiiel lo be in his ii'iiul ., a el
in in Hie i-ti.t ". and thu treasurer of
thereupon git e to such county treasurer a r-id
n.c'ipls for such payment, as inn) bu ropti
' '.see V Each eonnty tr"nsurer shall, Imniediatel)'
alter each semi-annual settlement Willi Hi' to, ti t,
llt,d,lorr ..is county, on deu.ai.il am. .r.!se..i..i,i,
of tic. warrant of ti." county auditor thorctor, pa)
over to the township treusurer, tuiy trjurcr, m
other proper of-cor. all .nonet s ill the coinly tleas.
urv b 'loiiirii.il to anv um'iisuip, city , un-. . rpn ruled
JiflaKO ho .1 diso-i, t; prnviited. Hut it n town
ship treasurer or .per ohceer a o,.;.t. ...shall
p.est. or , .; . board
IV, still 11
- . i : .. . a. .r .. u - ai'ii.xii in r I'l.r i iin'in
so iliri-cl, Hie mol.e5s menliolicj in I tint sc. turn una
remain in the county treasury, to be thence draw
bv Hie proper local treasurer, on Hie warrant ol ti e
n.unty uu'i:tor,in sums of not le-s Hum one lutiflrod
Sec 13 If nl nnv t'liti". v.h"n Hip ii terest. on, or
snv portion of the "principal of the lulel il debt of
til '- slate is i. bout lo fall due. Hie ln.iney lll.utT Hie
control "( tha tern. IsHimi irs or the suikii. lund,
apidicable In the pa nteiil thereof, shall be insiilli
rii'iit for that purpose, ssid coinmissioners shall k;vj
wrt'.ten notice lo tin comptroller of tiu treasury of
lhe r mount of such dellciencv; nnd the coniptrol'er.
on Hie rc.iuii-itioil of Hie anuilorol slate, shall draiv
i r.... ..r ii. M tnensurer ot' stule ou the seternl
countv treasurers, or on such id tlicut and for such
...... ..V ,...li u bo mav d-oiil most convenient, I
ant exceeding the amom t by liiein respectively col
lected for the sink'n ir fund, al the lima nud times ol
so drawiiit:: and such dralts, if paid, shall be cvi.
deuce of the payment of tho sums lliercill flpecllleH
into Hie stale treasury, und shall, on d-livcr) ttiuroor
to Hie comptroller, be crodiled sad allose I lo the
county tru isurers respectively iu musim; the seme
annual eltl 'm"nt. I'pou drawinit s.cn dralts, the
fouii.tr.dli r shall ch irtj.! the sninii io lhe I ,'ea.urer ol
state ou aec iunt or mono) s bchmiriiiir to Hie sinmuB
lund. mi I .hall notity tlf au.liiortiiere.il iu wri.iim.
Sec. 1 1. Vt aenevor the auditor oi time simlt asccr
lain Ht.it the ni iuevs ill lhe -Ull" Ir -as ir, belonirinir
to the general revenue, will prolMiily he insuiliiicni
In uiiwinnl to nav tb" an I prci I ions from Hint lliii.l.
tin .-'...Tl ll-l ' th" iimp' rotter i'l' 'lie u -leinrl
le.Mii-'.! ! . .iry ... iii.it.. n irn I' tl. n il '., until 'ue
For payment of salaries of the directors,
warden, deputy warden, clerk, physician,
moral instructor, and assistant leaeliers of
the Ohio penitentiary, one thousmd five
hundred find two dollars, ( 1,602);
For payment of gunds and night
watches of the Ohio l'enitenliary, live
thousand two hundred and five dollars,
For payment for provisions, clothing,
repairs ofall kinds, luel, lightt, hospital.
and other necessaiy current expenses of
tho Ohio penitentiary, fourteen thousand
four hundred dollars (31 1,400);
For payment of conts of prosecutions
and conv ctioii and transportation of con
victs to the Ohio penitentiary, six thousand
two hundred and fifty dollars, (G,250);
For allowance to . discharged convicts,
to pay their expenses to their homes, three
hundred dollars, (8300);
Sec. 2. This act shull take eliect and ua
n force from and after its passage.
WILLIAM B. WOODS.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 4, 1869.
I hereby certify that the f. regain g are
eorreet copies of tho Lnws.fis certified it
bv the -.! e'nry "1" S::iie.
A. STIVEP.S. Audi:.-.' M. 0.