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TllfP XcCOT, K DtToa. CAKROLLTON. OHIO: - - - Nay 11, 1I4. By vwtw tt can Cbastss; asrtti . RmJiMtwH ' TM Tts ; fjabft. (sonthly, at ST Sooth third 8t at raeaivsc aa4 forwarded to all toe in the timed WOwiag to the amount pf work H furnishing the Assissjor Blanks in our paper is pot to full this week at usual. SevtrnJ adrertisetaentt were necetsaiily omit H AlklM,, es)nui,. At Iks. Nebraak. question is again agitated I We design of the in tbs balls of Congress, it nmjods us ol an Ut& to V Fair this year, far sur MtiW that appeared jn the "QenjooratJc Com-! r 'Mt- f should judge of this p-won" of the 13th, of April last. And t. fron lhe w kno,r . S the gentlemen who conduct that sheet have ! of Offieen and Managers, who con baea wiy liberal in copying from the "Press," we feel under obligation to give their artic fit jn full. "Correction. It hat been given out and currently reported that Senator Atkinson bat taken a decided and active part, and spoken publicly in favor of the 'ebratka measure. ' Now we feel impelled to say, in justice of Mr. Atkinson and those of our naden who may have been deceived by the report, that be hat taken no such position ; and we say to from the best authority, tyei- tber has he made any speech in its favor, either in the Senate or at the late anti-Nebraska meet ing held at Columbus. 8o far as we know be baa neither orivatelv nor oubliclv defined hi Cition, though we have no doubt he will not ilate to do so when it becomes necessary for him to net on the matter. What bis senti ments an in relation to the bill as it now stands we do not profess to know ; but we do know that the report above alluded to is ground- Senator Atkinson, then, has not taken stand either for or against the iniquity; but has managed even up to the 13th alt., to keep his boiom friends in the dark, as to bis opinion rel ative to that measure. Why all that shrinking and dodging of votes upon resolutions against thii fraud upon freemen, introduced into the Ohio Senate, by Foote and otben ? And mon, why doet Atkinson keep his opinion locked up in his own breast, upon a subject that hat agitated the Union from centre to cir cumference ? Hat not even permitted, those who hava, for yean shared with him at his hospitable table, the comforts of life to know the sealer) secret. It it high time the Senator should be aborn of some of hit wonted digni ty, and apeak out to his constituents, and give at least a piauuUt reason why he has consider ed the witholding ot his opinion and his voles upon tbis "Bawdy house" pet ol the Pierce ad ministration of such vast import. It will be recollected too, that the same week of the ap pearance of the above article in the "Compan ion" the Senator was here at home attending to his professional duties in Court. And it cannot therefore be said that he has not had an opportunity of noticing the article alluded, to, for be is a subscriber, and the paper is left in hit family mansion weekly, and that article too, waa the leader ot tbat week. But it iser tain, the author of tbat article, ha? taken good care to say that Mr. Atkinson has given poo- pinion, "so far at we know, neither pri palely nor publicy." Then so far at we, as Whigs, are permitted to know, we dp, know, thrft Sen ator Atkinson did vote for George K. Pugh.for U. States Senator. And we ai know t hat said l'ugh has made speeches both "privately" and "publicly" in favor of the "Nebraska swindle.' We.tkerefore lake It for granted that Senator Atkinson je in favor of the same because it ft "by bit works" that we judge him. lA'gUiuliiri Adjuuruud. After four months of a session the legislature ,. , , , . .,.,-, , ndjonrned die, at 3 o clock luesday morn - ing of last week. No one is sorry that this august body i, di. -. . ' : i, , ,', ' T ; . solved,, exwpt the Hotel keepers qf Columbus and the members who served their country not " lor tneir country s good put for the ," mint drops." lhe people rejoice at the return of the representative to his tonstiuency. It is strange that it requires f 36 men to spend a .session of ISO days at an expense qf near 100,000 lo do almost nothing at all Compar atively nothipg of a salutarv nature received ths sutentfpp of ibn legislature of ,851.i mm.tioe on lerr.tont. w.iihom the noor , , t r r a fv . immense efforts are made by the friend of Whatever qf a profitable character was trans- j ti,B Hdministration to carry the bill, and it is acted by them, seems to have been done cither plainly given out to all who have the least in by chance or mistake puence that to oppose the billis declaring war rp. . ..... , ., upon the President, and that the administration The tax law was perm to remain with- rBt8liate upon the offender. What effect out chapge fqr the relief of the tax payer, and I this species of tactios will have upon the House, is bow worse than ever. But it is pleatine to ' I am unable to foresee; but if the South will reflect that this body of dp-nothings will notnot l,,nK re lhe wi" PaM' witn tne C,7" again assemble soon, not for at )east two years unless tbs chief Executive qf the State should deem it expedient to give these hungry cor morants another tug at the public teat, to ren der life comfortable. U would have been well for the Locqfoco portion qf thp Legislature if, while in sessipn, had they retolved themselves fnto a body of know-nothing; they could thsn have acted in thedoubje capacity of 'know-poth-iaga." and "do nothings.'' - ftori tfiws)i. rflPWr- ! It"!"? P Ur Springs jD Op rsry best style for tire entertainment of all who will give hitn a pal). His accommodations are am pis. This retort fqr the infirm, as well as tbs fash ionable, bids fair 10 bo more interesting (his year than heretofore. The proprietor has spar ed bo pains in procuring everything calculated to snake " Harlem Springs" attractive. We tbsspeak bin a good sTfare of patronage this year, assuring all that no pains will be spared, pp bis part, lo render his yititon comfortable. . - rarroll rmlf Fair for 1954. We notice by As advertiment in toother coIbbvb of oar paper that the Manager of the Carroll County .Agricultural Society will meet on the 80th iost, for the purpoae nf fixing the time for holding the next Fair, arranging a premium list and to tranact other - . .1.. - wugrcicu wrvn me interest Ol uie cwcirij, Although the arrange men U and regulations 01 lne oocll7 year were excellent, in toe estimation of many, still then is room toi much improvement it conducting oar Fain. Then an now no doubts in the minds of most of out pet pie, as to the beneficial results vising from well conducted Fairs. We can tee this influence exhibited 'strongly, for much more attention is being paid of late to the selection of good stock and improved modes of farming, and mechanical operations generally. trol matters this year, we have no doubt, but that we will hare all things dene up to satis faction and see a big af-m next fall. Farmers, Mechanics and all othen interest ed, begin in time to prepare for the " Harvest Home" and when the time-arrives, brinjr out ! something to the Fair. Let there be a full dis play of stock and handiwork and show that Carroll is not a whit behind any county in Eastern Ohio. Taxes. The time has arrived for the return of the township Assessor amongst us for the purpose of ascertaining the amount of taxable proper ty held or owned by etch individual. According to the instruction of the Auditor of State all property held or owned except property not exceeding the value of 850, mutt be returned, without deduction for indebt edness. Auditor Morgan in his annual address to the County Auditors, in speaking of the tax law of 186, tays : The tenth section, "which allowed the privilege of deducting indebtedness from moneys and credits IS NO LONGER A PORTION OF THE LAW." Over this he rejoices he is much elated to think that the people are to be taxed on what they owe as well at what they own. And by thus taxing the debit of individuals there will be brought "up on the grand duplicate of the .State for the present year 100,000,000." Who everheard of auch policy before indebtedness a basis of taxation. But the constitution is still " in the bands of its friends;" and the people must bear with their grievances, so long as such stu pid, selfish demagogues are kept at the helm. Another Act of Perfidy. The Solon of the last Legislature passed an act to prohibit the circulation in this State, of all bank notes of a less denomination than ten dollars, issued by Bank of other States ! Thee hypocritical sons of plunder, who by every Constitutional means within their power, over taxation, and other impolitic means, have succeeded in so cramping the circulation of our own Banks, that the business wants of community, could not otherwise be met, foster ed and encouraged, than by a free circul ation of other States paper among us. Have also, in their wisdom, determined to dam up oven thit small channel of prosperity. The men who voted for its passage loved at that time four oollars a dat and roast beef better than the "dear people." Tlio Nebrusku Fruud. Wo were too soon in presenting our congrat ulations on the defeat of this nefarious scheme. Various indications show that its friends and supporters, backed by ihe whole power of the administration, are about to make another bold ?.nQ WMVL "l0 ..e.nor w CBr 7 " " ln Mouse, lhe Washington Unum is out with j a feeer in which it deeares thlU 0ppotition to i it is dying away, and that it soon will be num- ' bend with the most important patriotic and I beneficent acts of the Democracy. This is . Mr Orn,l .!, ..nu,- j pondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, a friend ot the measure, says, in the following ext ract, mat it win oe Drought up tins week, ana the whole power of the government be used to force it through: "The Nebraska Bill, in some new shape, either by itself, or as an amendment to some other territorial bill will come up next week, ! wl,ich will.be ,he tor"tori' auril whi fhich bJU MUJGIIUIUCI1 UUk ItllU bliU UMJC BlUeilU' ment in, and in no other shape that I can pos sibly conceive. (.here is no safety for freedom but in sleep less vigjlenct- We had hoped the country would have been spared the infliction of this outrage. The slayeorracy u ills otherwise, and its obedient servant, President Pierce, and his trqop ut Piorthern trough laces, stand up to per- fprm it contemptible drudgery at the tap of the drum. The friends of the country and of justice should not abate their eMorts and their vigilenoe, but should be prepared for the worst. Pitt, qazette. Appointments of the President. By and with the advice and content of the Senate Charles S. Frailey, qf Ohio, tp be principal clerk of publio landa in the General Land Office, vies E. A. Cabell, resigned. John W. W hitefield, of Tennessee, to be Indian agent at the Upper filatte Agency, vice inqmas ritzpatrick. deceased. Richard 0. J. Brown, of Arkansas, to be agent for the Pottawatomie and Kansas Indi ans, vice John W. Wringfield. Cream, upon milk, t about the. only article which bat not risen of late. LAWS OF OHIO AN ACT To provide against the evil resulting from the sale of Intoxicating Liquore in the State of Ohio. Sec 1. Beit ewcted by the General A item sVy of the Stale of Ohio, Tbat it shall be un lawlul for any person or persons, by agent or otherwise, to tell, in any quantity, intoxicating liquors, to be drank id, upon, or about the build ing, or premises when sold, or to sell such in toxicating liquon. to be drank in any adjoining room, building or premises, or other place of public retort connected with said building. Sxc. S. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, by agent or otherwise, to sell intoxicating liquon to minors, unless upon the written order of their parents, guardians, or familv physician. Sac. 3. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, by agent or otherwise, to sell intoxicating liquon to persons intoxicated, or who an in the habit of getting intoxicated. Sic. 4. That all places when intexicaiing liquon an told in violation of this act, shall be taken, held, and declared to be common nuisances, and all room, taverns, eating houses, bataan, restaurants, groceries, coffee houses, cellan, or other places of public re sort, where intoxicating liquors are sold in vi olation of this act, shall be shut up and abait ed as public nuissnees, upon conviction of the keeper thereof, who shall be punished as here inafter provided. Stc. 5. That it shall be unlawful for any P,',on ,0 Sel intoxicated, and every person vui.u iu ui lutuxicauon. snail, nnnn conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of five : i t i. c i .. . ?. dollars, snd imprisoned in the county jail not more than three, or leas than one day. and pay the costs of prosecution. bite. o. lhat every person who shall, by the sale of intoxicating liquon, contrary to tbis act, cause the intoxication of any other penon, such person or persons shall be lUble for, and compelled to pay a reasonable compensation, to any person who may take charge of, and pro vide for sucb intoxicated person, and one dol lar per day in addition thereto, for every day such intoxicated person shall be kept, in con sequence of such intoxication, which sums shall be recovered in a civil action, before anv court having jurisdiction thereof. Sic. 7. ihat every wife, child, parent. guardian, employer, or other person, who shall be injured in person or property, or means of support by any intoxicated person, or in con sequence of the intoxication, habitual or other wise, of any person, such wife, child. Daient. guardian, employer, or other person, shall have a ngnt or action in his or her own name, against any person who shall, by selling intoxicating liquors contrary to mis ad, have caused the ntoxication ol such person.for all damages ac- many Busiamea, as well as exemplary dam ages ; and a married woman shall hav the same right to bring suits, prosecute and con trol the same, and the amount recovered, the same as if a feme sole, and all damagas recov ered by a minor, under this act, shall be paid, pilher In Mlnh minor nr !, klo V. - - n j - .. . guardian, or next friend, as the court shall di rect, and all suits for damages under this act. shall be by a civil action, in any of the courts of this State, having jurisdiction thereof bxc. a. ihat for every violation of the provisions of the first, second, and tbiid sec tions of this act, every person so offending shall forfeit and pay a fine of not less than nity dollar, and be imprisoned in the jail of the county for not less than ten, nor more than thirty days, and pay the cents of prosecution, and lor every violation of the provisions of the fourth section of this act, every person con victed as the keeper of any of the places there in declared to be nuisances, shall forfeit und pay a fine of not less than fifty, nor more than one hundred dollars, and be imprisoned in the jail of the county for not less than twenty, nor more man nity days, and pay the cost ol pros ecution, and such place or places so kept by sucn person or persons so convicted, shall be shut up and abated, upon the order of the court before whom such conviction may be had, until such time as such person or persons, keep ing sucn place or places, shall give bond and security to the acceptance of said court, in the penal sum of one thousand dollars, payable to the Stale of Ohio, conditioned that he, she, or they, will not sell intoxicating liquon contrary to the laws of this Slate, and will pay all fines, costs, and damages assessed against such keep er or keepers, for any violation thereof, and in case of a forfeiture of auch bond, suit mav be brought thereon for the use of any person interested, or lor the use of the county, in case of a fine, or costs due such county : provided that.the provisions of the first and fourth sec tions of this act shall not extend to the sale of the wine manufactured of the pure juice of the grape cultivated in this Siate, or beer, ale or cider. Sxo. 9. That the giving away of intoxica ting liquors, or other shift or device to evade the provisions of this act, shall be deemed and held to be an unlawful selling within the pro visions of this act. Sec. 10. That for all! fines and coits as sessed against any person or persons, for any violation of this act, the real estate, and per sonal propertyof such person orjiersons.of every kind, without exemption, shall be liable for the payment thereof ; and all such fines and costs, shall be a lien upon suoh real estate until paid. And in case any person or persons, shall rent or lease, any building or premises, and know ingly suffer the same to be used and occupied for the sale of intoxicating liquors, contrary to this act, such building, and premises so leased and occupied, shall be held liable for, and may bo sold to pov all fines and costs assessed against th e person occupying such building or premises, for any violation of this act , and in case such building or premises belong to any minor, insane person or idiot, the guardian or guardians, of such minor or minors, or insane poison or idiot, who has control of such build ing or premises, shall be liable for, and account to such ward or wards, insane person or idiot, for all damages, in consequence of the use and occupation ol such building and premises, and liabilities for auch fines and costs, as aforesaid. Skc. 1 1 . That nil prosecutions under this act shall be in the name of the State of Ohio, and shall be commenoed upon a written com plaint under oath or affirmation before any Jus tice of the Peace of this county in which said offence was committed, or Mayor of any incor porated town, village or city, or by informa tion or indictment, as may be provided by law for the prosecution of offenses, the punishment of which is not capital, or imptiaonment in ths penitentiary : and upon the filing of such com plaint with suoh justice of the peace or mayor aa aforesaid, shall forthwith issue a warrant di rected to the proper officer for the arrest of the person or persons charged with a violation of the provisions of this act and such officer shall forth with arrest the person or persons named in said warrant, and bring him or them before the Jus tice of the Peace or Mayor issuing said warrant, and upon the return of said warrant served, sucb Justice of the Peace or Mayor shall pro- cefd lo enquire into the truth of such com- plaint, unless for good cause shown a continu- aace is granted at the instance of either party, and in case the continuance of said action as five cents; for all money made on execution, aforesaid, the defendant or defendants, shall four percent; for every day's attendance be enter into a recognisance lo the Stats of Ohio fore Justices of the Peace, jury trial, seventy in such sum as the Justice of the Peace or five rents: for every dsy's attendance before Miyor may deem reasonable, with security to Justice of the Peace, on criminal trial, seven'y the acceptance of such Justice or Mayor con- five cents : for every day's attendance before dilioned for the appearance of said defendant Justice of th Peace in forcible detainer, without or defendants at the time fixed for lhe hearing jury, fifty cenU: for summoning jury seventy-fivs of raid complaint, and in default of such' de- cents, for mileage, ten cents for the first mile, fendanl or defendants giving such recognisance and five cenu per mile for each additional aa aforesaid the defendant or defendants shall mile; for assistants in criminal cases, one dot be committed to the jail of the county to be lar per day each; for transporting and sustain safely kept until the time fixed for the hearing ing prisonen, allowance made by the stagis of said complaint and if the parties so recog- rate, and paid on his cer tificate; for serving all nized shall not appear at the lime set for said other writs or notices not herein named, twen trial the recognisance so given by him or them ty-five cents, snd milage as in other cases: for shall be forfeited by su:h Justice of the Peace copies of all writs, notices, ordere, or affida or Mayor, and such officer shall enter such for-1 vits served, fees the same as allowed for issu feiture upon said recognizance and also upon ing the same; for summoning and swearing his docket and thereupon such Justice or Mayor ' appraisen in cases of replevin and attachment, shall forthwith proceed to collect the penalty of one dollar in each case; advertising property said recognizance by instituting an action there-' for sale on execution, twenty-five centr: for on and proceeding with the same to final jadg-, taking bond in replevin and all other cases, ment, and when the same is collected after pay- fifty centa each, for every day's attendance ing the costs of such collection such Justice or on the grand jury one dollar. Mayor shall pay over the balance to the town- ship, city, or incorporated village Treasurer for the support ot Common Schools, and in all ca- ses of prosecution before Justices of the Peace, or May on, if such officer finds the complaint to be true, he shall recognize such defendant or defendants to answer such said charge as iu mminal prosecutions ol like grades; froviiled, ; that if ouch defendants, shall plead guilty such officer may affix the penalty snd proceed to judgment: and in such case said officer shall '. immedately issue an execution against the property and body of the defe ndant, for the fine and costs, unless paid or secured, and said defendant shall i.ot bo discharged until said judgement and costs shall be fully paid, or se cured to be paid. Sic. 1 The following form of complaint shall be sufficient in criminal prceedings, be fore justices of the peace or mayors under this tct, when applicable but may be varied to suit the nature of the case namely, State of Ohio, County, ss. Before me, A. B,, (a justice of the peace for said coun ty, or mayorof, Ac, as the ccse may be,) per sonally came C. D., who being duly sworn ac cording to law, deposeth and sailh, that on, or about the day of , in the year -at the county of -, aforesaid, E. F., did sell intoxicating liquors, to one G. H, to be drank in the place where sold (or to G. H., a minor dec, or a person intoxicated, or in the habit of getting intoxicated, as the case may be. or is the keeper of a room or a tavern, as the case may be.where intoxicating liquors are il in i, , ill. 'ii ill ltltr 1 Mini fiiflkYia omtk sold in violation of law.) and further saith not. Signed, CD. Sworn to, and subscribed before me, this day of . A. D. . A.B., Justice, or Mayor, dec. Sec. 13. In all prosecution under this act, by indictment or otherwise. It shall not be neces.ary to state the kind of liquor sold or to describe the place where sold, and for any v.o- ration of the fourth section, it shall not be necessary to state the name of any person to whom sold; and in nil cases the person or per sons to whom intoxicating liquors shall be sold in violation of thin act shall be competent, as witnesses, to prove such fact, or any other tendinj; thereto. Sec. 14. That ' an net to restrain the sale of spiiiluou? liquors," passed March 12, 1651, and "an act timber defining the powers of trus tees of townships. " pitsssd March I t 1 053, be and the same are hereby repealed ; Provided, that all suits and prosecutions pending under said acts, or previous violations thereof, shall be prosecuted under said acts, the same as be fore tht psssaCS of this act. F. a L.:BL0ND, Speaker of tle House of epieitrntatives. JAMES MYERS, Pns'ulent of the Senate. May 1st 1854. AN ACT To regulate the fees of Justices of the Peace snd Con SSSttsSj Suction 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Stats of Ohio, That all Jus tices of the Peace of this State shall, for ser vices rendered, as hereinafter specified, be en titled to the following fees, to-wit: For sum mons, each person named in the writ, fifteen cents : for order of arrest, capias, writ of at tachment, writ of replevin or mittimus, twenty-five cents each: for eveiy supcena, for one person, fifteen cents; for each person in addi tion, five tents: for venire for jury, twenty five cents: lor isuing execution, twenty-five cents, for warrant in criminal cses, each per son named in the writ, twenty-five cents: for every search warrant, twenty-five cents: for writ of restitution, twenty-five cents: for taking and certifying affidavit, twenty-five cents: for order on jailor for prisoner or prisoners, twen- t. fivn rents: for unterintr a d scontinuance or V ------ --- 0 satisfaction, ten cents, for entering into bond or undertaking by either party, twenty-five cents: for filmy; papers necessary to be preser ved bv justice, five cents each: for each re cognisance of bail in civil cimes, twenty-five cents, for bill of exceptions and copy, ten cents for each oue hundred words; for certifying the rascrii-t from j . j s same, twenty-five cents; for trascrip docket, ten cents per one hundred words; for certifying the same, twenty-five cents;for ap pointing guardian for minor, to prosecute suit, ten cents: for appointing special constable or appraisers, twenty-fivecents each: for taking re cognizance of a witness, twenty-five cents; for each additional witness ten cents: for each recognizance of bail in criminal cases, twenty fivet cents; tor every continuance or adjourn ment by either party, ten cents, for entering a rule of reference, or copy thereof, ten cents, for swearing witnesses or arbitrators, five cents each: for entering judgment, twenty-five cents - for acknwledgment of a deed or other instru ment of writng, with a certificate thereon, twenty-five cents; for setting in cases of forci ble detainer, seventy-five cents; for trying a jury case, seventy-five cents: for transferring judgment on docket.ten cents; for taking depo sition ten cents per one hundred words; for certifying the same, twenty-fivecents; for marrying and making return, one dollar and fifty cents; for taking and certifying proof of any account or claim against the estates of tes tators or intestates, fifteen cents; for each pro cess required by law, not herein named, twenty-five cents; for every writing or record, not being provided for, ten cenu per hundred words. Section 2. That all constables in this State, duly elected and qualified, shall, for services rendered us herein specified, be entitled lo re ceive the lollowing fees, to-wit. For service and return of capias, order of arrest, w arrant, at tachment, garnishee, writ of replevin, or mitti mus, twenty-fivecents each; for each person named in the writ, service and return of sum mons, fifteen cents-; for each person named in tht writ, service and return of subpoena, fifteen rents for one person; for service on each addi ! lionul person named in subpoena ten cents, for service of execution on goods or body, twenty Sicnoa 3. Sections seven and eight ot "an act to regulate the fees of officers in civil and criminal cases," passed March 6, 1831, and all acts and parts of sets conflicting with this net, be and they are hereby repealed, Section 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after the first day of June, A. JJ. 1864. F- C. LtBLOND . Speaker of the House of Representativs. JAMES MYERS. Preaident of the Senate. April 25, 1854. I do hereby certify that I have read and com pared the proof of the foregoing law and find In correctly printed from the copy certified by me secretary ol Sta e. J. L BLACKBU KM, May 11, 1854. And. of Carroll co. Ohio Taxes on Bunks in '53. The State Auditor furnishes the following ta ble of taxes assessed on the banks of Ohio, in 1853 : TOTAL TAXABLE VALUATrON. TOTAL TAX. Independent Bks; 14,481,819 80 $76,618 48 8 Bisnchet State Bit. 13,76 884 78 Z2S.829 84 8 OldBuk 8,140,172 00 62,714 6 1 Free Bank 2,227,229 00 89,838 79 9 Life snd Trust Company 7,028,192 42 108,477 85 2 Total :.(. ,;! 04 502,488 44 0 In the cases of the State Bank of Ohio, the tar is nrAr .Iner rn t An fho nanitul It mil! j tDRt the' Auditor does not furnish a. .a .... . . the amount of the capital ot these institutions. which, if given, would show the immense bur den upon this branch of '.he business of the State -and the case of resistance to it by in junction. On the subject of the injunctions, the Auditor says : 'In one instance, the Auditor of a countv has been enjoined from placing the property of Bilnkj he DupVlMe in tfle mHDrr ' 8crjbed b lnranother in8tRn co ' TreMureri after making collection of the taxes charged against a bank, has been prohibited from paying to the State its proportion of lhe taxes he held in his possession. In other in stances, the conjunctions have restrained the collection of one portion was not interrupted." In view of this state of things. Auditor Mor gan recommends the following remedial meas ures: 1, A law to dissolve all writs of injunction by which the collection of tares h'ts been pre vented; and to restrain by prohibitory enact ment their future allowance. ' 2. A law to dismiss all suits now pending in nny of the courts in Ohio, where the plaiiitdF is a Banking institution, whose taxes art delta-quent-- -and henceforth to exclude all such Banks trom the remedial rights of the courts until their taxes have been paid. " There's lo cofocoism for you. The bill of Rights in the New Constitution, sec. 16, says, ".ll courts shall be open aid every person for an injury done him in his land, goods, person or reputation, sh ill have remedy by due course of law: and justice ad ministered without denial or delay." This sec tion Auditor Morgan of course, wishes repeal ed by a mere act of the present wise Legisla ture. A From the report of Auditor Morgan, dated Feb.C. 1854. .'ivino- the condition nf the hanks of the State, it appears that the canital of all SB I stand as follows : 1 1 Independent Banks 3!) Branches of State Bank 5 Old Banks 13 Free Banks 720,440 Total Bank Capital 6.545. 171 Yet this capital is charged on the duplicate at a taxable valuation of 30,479,704 04 and taxes assessed on it last year to the amount of ! 502,448 44 0. This does not include 7, 842,- i QA k D 1 ; entered on the Uuolicate by Brokers or pn- vte Bankers. The documents show that 6,- 645, 1 7 1 Bank Capital pays taxes to the amount of 102,488.44; And 12,948,515 of taxable property in Stark Co paid in taxes only 159, '034,46 2-and yet our brother of th Stark Co. ' Democrat.holding an office and treasury pick - "iff8 orth 2500 a year, swears lustily that I T)..l, . nlo la.oH no nHioirlnalo a so tateA Banks are only taxed as individuals are taxed. , me total tax valuation ot ivanroaus in umo is 17,691,893 84 on which the taxes assessed amounted to 202,743 70 4. Their value in Stark county was 487, 7G5, and the taxes 4, 474 19 3. The tax value of Telegraph companies was 74,944; the taxes levied 892 61 8. In Stark the tax was 15,40 5. The tax valuation of Turnpike roads 479, 411 54; taxes on do. 5,051 07 8. The tax value on Insurance companies was 1 896,064; the taxes levied 17,112 68 2. In Stark the valuation 410, the tax 4 91 9. The tax value on Bridges 175,799 ; tax The tax value on Plank roads 326,670; tbe tax 3,636 61 4. The State Debt was reduced last year 324, 470 the debt remaining unpaid Jan 1, 1864 is 15,218,189 40 which does nq include the Surplus revenue and school ana trust lunas, amounting t o 3,954,569 63, on which t h e State has to pay an annual interest. Caifon 7?epot.trr3. Taa Nebraska Bill was taken up on the 9th inst. by the House. Hopes are enter tained by its friends that it will pass. We not- , . Tbe vole to take up tne Dill, tnougn large, may not be considered a test, as many oppo nents of the hill were absent, while all its friends were on hand. "Mother, can't I go and have my daguerre otype taken ?" " No, my child I gues it isn' worth while." Well then you might let me have a tooth pulled, I never go anywhere. darts Reader, have yoi as. IM1 through wbieh you have to pass fsVqswitltf II vou have vou ouirnt to be ashaswsl of latrt- self. Do repent, and no longer fsvegn tha pleasure and advantage of having a goad gale, well hang, that swings both ways, and that will open easily, snd clots of itself by sstaas of a spring. These leisure winter days are just the time, not only to think bow it should be dons, but also to do it! You can make a gate just as well aa not; and we know that if yon once make one that bangs well you will never stop till every set of ban on your farm ia replaced by a gate. In a tract distributed by the Mormon preach ers, the following question snd answer occur : "What shall be the reward of those who havs forsaken their 'wives for righteousness sake r "A hundred fold of wives here, and wives everlasting hereafter." In a list of premiums awarded st a country fair a reporter gave under the head of "Domes tic Articles Best Bed Comforter, Miss Mary Hall." District Court will be held here on Tuesday of next week. Special Notices. DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIAN'S, well known Mer chants, respectable Apotbecarist, and hundred of oth ers, bear teatimonv to the good effects of STAIiLIK'S ANODYNE CUERKY EXPECTORANT in Coughi.Colds and diaease of the Lung snd Throat gene-ally. There is no impericism in it preparation. Articles which are well known and highly appreciated bj the entire medical faculty, alone enter into its composition. The Diarrhoea Cordial is also prepared with the same scientific skill sad care. Its beneficial effects in diseases of the bowels hsva been remarkable. Over 500 physicians, who have bean made acquainted with the recipes of these popular remedies, have been pleated with them, and only spoken of them in terms ol unqualified praise. If you have a cough, or any disease of th lungs or throat, give the Ei pectoran t a trial. Or if you or your friends need the aid of the Diarrhoea Cordial, make useol it with confidence, and mark th result. See descriptive pamphlets, to be had gratis ol the agents. Price of each, only 60 cent per bottle, or six bottles for $2 50. E. H. Stabler Sc. Co., Proprietors, Wholesale sod Re tail Druggist, Baltimore, kid. Agents K. E. Sellers, Pittsburg, Pa., J. II. Patterson k Co., Wheeling, Va , J. D. Park, Cincinnati, 0. Dr. C. A. Boegel, Carrollton, and Messrs. Brown k Barnhouse, New Qsgerstown, Agents lor Carroll Co., 0. ty HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL : The merit uf this purely regetable extract lor the removal and cure of physical prostration, genital debility, ner vous affections, &c, Sic , are fully described in anotbet column of this paper, to which the reader is referred $'i per bottle, 3 bullies for $5, six bottle for $8 ; $16 pei dozen. Unserve the marks of the Genuine. Prepared only by 8. E. COHEN, No. 3 Franklin Row Vine Street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, IV, to WSJM all okiikrs mi m be ADDRESSED. For Sale by all respect able Druggists and Merchants throughout the countr; pril 20. 1864. ly. OltDI.MAftCE. Am Ordinasck relative lo the paving of sidewalks, dec. ggG, j. He it Ordained by the Town Council of ths incorporated village ul Cai i ollton, that it shall be tbe duty ot all persons owuing au lot or lot, or part of any lot or lots Homing on any of the streets of tbe said incor porated viiiuge, to have tue sidewalks tbereof paved with Drieks, Hit stones, or two inch plai.k, and a good and SutteMM curb iu Ironl, made ol stone or hewed limber, at the option ol the owner or owners. Skc. 2. That the sidewalks shall be of proper width, the beJs to be completed by the first day of September, MM. Skc 8. That, if sny owner or owners of any lot or lots us more -aid, ahull lefuse or neglect lo hare the said sidewalks puved si abuveesciibed, and within the lime preset ibed above; then it shall be the duty of tbo street coiniuHhUiner lo have the said sidewalk paved as above specified at lhe expense ol the owner or owners of said lot or lots, or part of lots aa aloiesald ; and said street commissioner shall keep an accurate account of all money by him expended in sfr'iHC said pavements, which amounts shall be collected as a Hue from such persons owning said lot or lots, or part of auy lot or lols, with ibe coals of prosecution, iu an action before the mayor ot said incorporated village of Cariollton, on com plaint ol said stieet commissioner above specified. Skc. 4. That if any person or persons shall drive, ride or lead any horse, inure or gelding, ass or mule on oraciossihe sidewalks, excepting person necessarily passing to and from their stable, shall pay for ibe use ol the village not less than ouo dollar nor wore than five dollars, to be collected in an action of tiespasa upon complaint mad before the mayor ol the village by any person residing iu said village. Sk. 6. That it any inn son shall ride or drive any horse, mare, ass or mule, within tho village ol Carrollton, ! " fa9ter 6ii ian a trot, shall pay for the use of the village not less than fifty cents nor more than five dol- ! lars. to bo collected in an action ol tresspass upon com $0,710,330 plaint made before the Major ol the village by sny per 4,294,175 son residing within said village. 8 1 1,225 i Sec. n. .411 fines collected under the provision of this ordinance shall be paid into the 'treasury ol tne village for the use of the same. Passed May Sd, 1854 . Attest JOHN 8. RUKENilROD, Mayor. Isaac I'lmas, B. Hecorder. OHDINANCE. Sic. 1. He it ordained by the Mayor, Bccorderand Tiusteea of the Incorporated Village of Carrollton, Car roll county, and State of Ohio, That nopeitonor persons I lOII UUUllli, nuu kjmvc ui viiivj, iuas w inisvuvi rv j Bha be permitlcd t0 keep within the incorporated limit i 0f said Village, sny ale or porter shop or shops, houte or I houses, or other place for the sale or giving aaay of the same, tor profit or otherwise. Sir. 2. .1 ml that no person or pursoos shall be per mitted to keep any place or places lor significant or hab itual resort for tiplitig snd intemperance within ths limits j of said Village, Sc. 8. II any pet , the provisions ot ihlB person or persons shall violate any of t ilher intoxica,ing iiqu0r orliquo.s, every such peron or persons sooffending, shall, upon conviction thereof, be 'fined lor the first offence, twenty dollar, and the cot of and lorty dollars, and tne costs oi prosecu tion, lor every repetition of the offence, or violation of any other of the provision ol this ordinance. tnoHecutlon : Skc. 4. .and in aeiaun ot ips waawwaaa pijuitm of ihe fine so assessed, and the cots aloresaid, the ott endur shall be committed to the jail of the county until the liuo and cost of prosecution shall be paid ; and all tine ao collected as aforesaid, shall be paid into the bor ough treasury for the use of the borough. Passed 4pnl 24, 1B54. . . Sko. 5. This ordinance shall take effect Irom snd alter tbe passage of the same. jiiu.N s. ill Kt,.imui', najor. Attest, I. Ulhan, II. Recorder. Be it further enacted by the authorities aforesaid, that If any person or persona shall be found intoxicated in the stieets, or shall be louud guilty ot riotous or uisoroc 1) conduct, that such person or person shall, for evey, such offence be fined one dollar and the cost of prose cation, oi shall be confined twelve hour in the county jail or both, at the option of the Mayor ; and it shall be the duty of the Marshal to see tbat the provision of this or dinance are enforced. Passed .April 24, 1854. Attest, JOHN a RUKENBROD, Mayor. Isaac Uluan, B. Hecorder. MASONIC NOTICE. The Brethren of Carroll Lodge, No. 124 ot Free and Accepted Masons.will hold a Masonic Festival at Carroll ion, Carroll co. Ohio, on FRIDAY THE S8d DAY OF JUNE, NEXT. The exercise will consist in psrt of an Oration by our distinguished Rev. Bro. John Moflit of Alleghany City, public procession, &c All surrounding Lodges, Chapters, Encampment and Brethren generally in good auaiding, are coidially invi led to vieitus on the occasion. Access to our town by Rail Road, daily. Per order of tbe Lodpe. Carrollton, April 6, 1854. td D. A. ARTER, Bee.