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-rSl J H i il if . i I' r :'. Tar Um Dalasrara OaseUe. HlTiABTOC WKKPiAfO 6 EM TLB MAT! ' " ,- "' AHa-lsV. ": WbT are rm weeptn avntlr stay . WbT So J our tears in sorrivw ttowf . - We thmwbt when April WOTt mwT, , , Iht ciouda ul Inn, vwM i ber go. A AD 4 70a iweM May. wtlsi laughing fsea. All red iw vrnh iove an4 Ught, " ' Would come and fill April's piM, -j, And change her tear to jewels tarykt- .. . 1 But shadows dni k o'ersprend liw sky. i-' So eerop ana cnillinff comenoar ae-eatav "-' And then yoa look so sn4 tnd sign, .' -.-Say. reyon Bwnral& April's sentaif " fefa moarn col. tor she wtf no sror. t The tear yon 1w tier, (entle no. . " Rejoiced was nature si ber klrtn, . Batoli Ihmt (lad wkea s! w (ou. Stie wss n tender -hearted child. , Kul sh how fickle, raise end bow. t Bmti sue on tbe clad eertn stntle.. ,,.,.. - ' And tnenscsln grew stem sad sold. v- At tunes, wiia soft, sriUe nan is, she'd uarots - Warm, pastsenaie kisses to the sua. , Iltt Ms brlgld "" all aglow. . . ... - Then &. and say. ' Twin all 1 fM " . - And wrsp atrseif mtiJmhet veil,. 0 And speak to e(try tunes sad load, T-ntll tiie son grew dim sod peie. -, . ' Aod quick withdrew behind etoodt And Uie enM rare, end fume, sad Iret, - ' And strive to ee him nnclt again, t ' ' . Until ber lovelv ebeeks were wet , . . . Witilesrs, tilleidArkaiiaiSt. i. - At rlinea. ber voice era snA sad trweet. - 4 And hu sbe wooed the blobbing sowers . . Andtbty sprung whb wllUnc feet. And fracrsBt brestn. wBbtn inelr bowers. And Iben sbe grew so eold snd ssd, And wept grrnt drops ot cblln rs, H- Til! the -art Sowers, erewblle so glsd, WUbe4UeJ Bigot (sjl bsleep ngsia. , One dy sbe M witoehleeoiis grew. 'he bede tbe eold norUnrlnd bw, And then from out br cnaket threw ' ' Soft, (estbery nskes of erystslnnow, 11 msde us sod te see them l'l. When eexth ws decked $ti robes grceo. . Fbe only laughed, nor csrd s.1 nil. The nsughiy, gnju cnprictous iws. ... And tbus she lived, front dy to dtj. At timet would smite, and then would weep, Till yester-eve Lf,e atght-wtnds say - Sbe, wery, weeping, fell asleep. - Then weep not; team are only meet For those who leave behind In deeth A memory fragrant, pure and sweet ; . As sonihem freeze ' perramed breatb, ' Call back the euhsmne to your face, . And drive your smlle-e and tear away, - And stt vou 4wa In April's place, AH happier lor my tun, awect 'May. vn.iWiBs, May Ut, lass. . U THE RACB-C0ERS8 OF LIFE. - Nolhkiff -strike one mure, io the rce of hie. than to tee many give ou. 1a tbe ttrtt half of tho course, . "Ctunuiencement day .bv remind me of tbe tartfor the"Der by," vvheo.the beautiful high-bred three-year jjd of the aeaaon are brought up tor trial. That day id the start, and life i the race. Here ; we are at Cambridge, nd class is iust "eradualinir." Poor Harry! he was to have been there, too, but be has paid forfeit: iteo'' out here ' into the erass back of the church? ah! there is: -v HunC I. A PI DEM POSOEKtJST i , SOGK MCEKEMTES." But this ta the start, and here they -are coats brii'lit 1 a silk, 'and manes as smooth na eaii lustrale caa make tliein. Some of the beat of the colts .are pranced round, few minutes each, to ahow their paces. What is that old gentlemen crying about! and the old lady by hiin, and the three girls ail covering their eyea for! Oh that is their cult that baa juat been trotted upon the stage. IX) they really .think thdie little thin legs can do anything in euch a slashing iweep rtakes as Is coming off in these next forty years-? Oh, this terrible gulf of second-sight that comes to some"1 of us when we begin to look through f'i silvered ring of the strews lenils! !-! -v- f ' : -Ten years ' f one.' 'First tura in the race. A few broken down; two or three bolted. Several in advance, of the ruck. Cas sock, a black colt, see ins to be ahead of the rest ;lhos; black colts oommonly get the Man, I have noticed, of the others, in the lirst quarter bletor has pulled up. Twenty years.' Second corner turned. (Xissuck has dropped from the front, and Ju dix, an iron-gray, has the lead. But look! how they have thinned out! Down flat fiv aix how marry 1 They lie still enough! they-will not get up agaiu ia this -race, be very sure J, And the rest of them what a "tailing ofr!.. , Anybody can see wlw is going to yfiu perhaps. 'Thirty years.. Third corner turned. lice$, bright sorrel, ridden by tbe fellow in a yellow jacket, : begin ta make plaf faat; fitting to be1 the favorite with many. ' But vrfio in that other that has been lengthening his stride from the first, and now show close up to the front'.'. Don't you remember the quiet brown colt Asteroid,, with tbe star in hid forehead! . That is he; be is on of the ort that lasts; look out for him! The black osft,"' as we used to calThira; Tat i"n" the tack -ground, taking it easy in a gentle trot. TlTere is one they used to sail The FUty.on account of- a certain 'feminine air he had; welt up, you 'see;' the filly is not to be des pised, tny boy ! - " Forty years. - -' Moro dropping off but pla ces much as before. - Fifty years, .Race over, course are coming in an running. fVho is aiiead! Hiid 'the winning-post a All that arc 00 the a walk; no more t Ahead? . What! slab of white or gray stone standing but from that turf where there is no more jockeying or straining for victory! Well, the world marks their pla ces in its belting-book; but be sure that these matter very little, if they have run as well as they know how!- Atlantic Month- AFFLICTIONS- ; trud achooleth and nurturclh His people, tiiat through many tribulations they may en ter iirto their restv " Frankincense when it is pot into the fire, giveth forth the greater per fume, spice, if it be pounded," amelleth the ti-eeter; the earth, when it is torn up with the plow, after frost, and snow, and winter storms, springeth the ranker; the nigher the vt rte is . pruned to the stock, the greater grape it yieldeth; the grape, when it ia the most pressed and beaten, maketh tbe sweet er wine; fine gold is the better when . it is cast in the fire;, rough stones, with hewing, are squared and made fit for building; cloth is rent and cut, that it may be made a garment; linen is washed, and wrung, and beaten, and is the fairer. These are fumilliar examples to show the benefit and comity which the children of God Teceive by persecution. By it God. waaheth and Bconreth his congre gation. "W rejoice, saith St. Paul, "in tribulations; knowing that tribulations bring forth patience; and patience experience, and experience hope; and hope maketh Wot -shamed.'?' . Trie" wer of God fts rtfade-' per fect in weakness, and -all things turn nto good to them that fear the Lord. : EL,OQ.Ufc!YCK Of A. LOOK- -, Surely," say Blufit,"no inaleJirctor, con de in ned to 6uffer for the violated law of his country , ever heard the last hour sttike upon - the prison bell with half tbe agony of feeling with which that cock-crowing rang upon the ears ol of Peter: ( Still there a sight which; emoto far deeper than the sound. y'The Lord turned and looked upon Peter." What can. portray the silent elo quence" of, that lost look!.. What volumes must it have spoken to the fallen apostles! Could he behold that well known counte nance,, and again repeat, "I know not the man!" Could he see his Divine Master, 'as a sheep before his shearer is dumb," and again to break forth into oaths and impreca tions! Could he bear tbe reproach of that meek eye, - and yet remain in the goility scene amid those enimies of the Savior and of hi own soul! No! that single glance wa all that was required to send home the arrow of conviction and repentance to hi husom ; he instantly remembered the word that tha Lrrrd had spoken, and he went out and wept bitterly." , ! ; ..; THB BEB CHAMBER. ,':s. ' . . Looked at without educated associations there i ao. difference between, a man in bed nnd a man in a coffin.. , And yet such is the power of , the heart to redoera the ani mal life; that there is nothing more exqui sitely refined and pure and beautiful than the chamber , of the - bouse. ' The ' couch! Fro n the day that the bride sanctifies it, to the day when the aged mother is borne from it, it stands clothed with loveliness and dignity Cursed be the tongue that dare speak evil of the house -hold bed. By tts side oscillate the cradle, Not far Jrom it is the crib Id this esrred precinct, the mother' chamber, lies the heart .of the family. Hers) the ehild learn it-prayer.. Hither, night by night. n!c8, tropp. It is 'he Holt, of holiee.-H JPeerher, -JJelaw VOL. xti. THE SHADOWS WK CAST. A child was playing whh cWe srryaH bald ing blocks; and, as the erimic castle rose be lore hi eye in graceftrt proportions, a new pleasure swelled withia Jrht bearS. , He felt himself to be tbe creator of a" thing of beauty," and wast conscious of a new born power. Arch wall, buttress, gateway ; draw bridge, lofty tower and battlement, were all the work of hi hand. He waa in wonder at his own skill ia thus creating from a&tm eemly pile of blocks, a strocture of such rare design. . ....... . Silently be stead and gazed upon hi cas tle with something of the pride ot an archi tect who sees, after months or years erf skill fully applied labor eorwe grand conception in bis art embodied ia his imperishable stone. Then he moved around viewing it on every aide. It did not seem to him a toy reaching a few inches in bight, and covering hut a square foot of ground, but a real castle, fitt ing hundreds of feet upwards to the blue sky, and spreading wide upon the earth tts ample foundation. A the idea grew more and mure perfect, hi strange pleasure increased. Now he stood with folded arms, wrapped in the over-mastering illusion now walked slowly around, viewing the stiucture on. all sides, snd noting every . minute particular, and now sat down, and bent over it with the fondness of a mother bending over her child. Again be arose, purposing to obtain another and more distinct view of hi work. But hi foot struck against one of the buttresses, and instantly with a crash, wall tower and bat tlement, fell in hopeless ruia. . .. lathe room with the boy sat his father read ing. Tbe crah ia the room disturbed hint, and he uttered a sharp, angry rebuke; glanc ing for a moment towards the startled child, and then returning hi eye to the attractive page before him, unConcious of the shadow be had cast upon the heart of his chlid. Tear came into those blue orbs, dancing in light a moment before. From the frowning face of hi father, to which his glance sud denly turned, the child looked back to the shapless ruins of his castle. Is it aoy won der that he bowed hi face in silence upon them, and wet them with his tears!1 For more than fire minutes he sat as still as if sleeping, then' in a mournful kind of vay, yet almost nutslessly, he commenced returning them to the box from which he had taken them, the many shaped pieces that fitly joined together, had grown iuto a noble building. .Alter the box waa filled he replac ed the cover, and then laid it carefully upon a shelf in the closet. Poor child!. That shadow waa a deep one and lung in passing away, ills mother fuund him half an hour afterwards, asleep on tbe Boor with cheeks flushed to an unusual bright ness. She knew nothing of that troubled passage in his young life, and the father had lugottcn in the attractions of the book be read, the momentary annoyance expressed in words and tone, with a power in them to . shadow the heart of his. child. , A young wife had busied herself for many day in - preparing a pleasant sitrprrse for iser husband. The work was finished at last; and now she waited hi return, with a heart full of warm emotions.- A dresstna frown a pair of elegantly embroidered slippers, wrought by ber own skillful fingers, were tbe gift with which she meant to delight him. What a troop of pleasure fancies was in her heart! How impatiently did she wait for the coming twilight, which was to be dawn, not approach darkness to her. v . .. At last she beard the step of her husband in tbe passage, and her pulse leaped with flut tering delight. Like a bird upon the wing, she almost flew down to meet hint impatient for the kis that awarted hef. To men in the world of business, few days pa without their disappointments and per plexities. It is msft's basifress to bear th?s manfully, fhey form but a portion of life's discipline, and should make them atronger, graver and more enduring. : Unwisely, an J we may say unjustly,- too many men fail to leave their business cares and troubles in tbeif lores, Work-shops or counting rooms, at the day'a decline. They wrap them in btrmlle and carry t hem borne to shadow their Ifoaee bolds. v. - ' - It wa so with the young husband on tbts particular occasion. - The stream of brniness had taken an eddying whirl, am! thrown his vessel backwards instead of onward, for a brief space, and thotrgh H waa still in the cur rent and gKrtrrttg safely onward against rt, tbe jar and disapponrtrrrerrt had fretted hi mind severely. There waa bo heart-warmth in the kisss he gave far wife,, because he had let cure overshadow love.- lie drew his arm round her, but sho wo conscious of a dimin ished pressure in that embracing arm, "Are you not wellf " With what tender concent waa the arresTiou' asked! . ". "Very wctt." ' - , -" He might be is body , i&titdiiit rirrrj that was plaia, for aia voice was far from being cheerful; r .- She played amf trtrog Ire favorite pieces, hoping to restore, by the charm of music. brightneese- to-1 us spirit. But she was corr- eeioev ef only partttt snccess. There was still a gravity in- bis manner never perceived before. At tea-time she smiled upon him so sweetly across the table,- a fur taHwcr to 8at on such attractive themes, that the right ex pression returned to his countenance; and! he looked as happy as she could destre. " 1 Front the tea-table they re tarried to their pleasant parlor.' And now tbe time haecome for offering her gift, and receiveing the cov eted" reward of glad surprise, followed by sweet kisses and loviog words. Was she selfish! ''Did she think more of her reward than of the pleasure she would bestow ! But that is questioning too closely, , - Ki will be back in a moment," she said and passing from the room, site went lightly up the stairs. But tone and manner betray ed her secret, or rather the possession of se cret with which her husband was to be sur prised. . Scarcely bad her loving face faded from before bis eyes, when thought returned with a single bound, to an unpleasant event of the day; and tbe wators of his spirit were again troubled. ' He had actually arisen; and crossed the floor once or twice, moved by a restless concern when his wife came back with the dressing-gown and slippers. Sbe was trying to force her countenance in to a' grave expression ; to hold back tbe smiles that were continually striving to break in truant circles around her lips, when a single glance at her husband's face told ber that the spirit driven away by the exercise of love, bad returned again to his bosom. He. looked at her soberly, a he came forward. . . . What are these!" he asked, almost cold lv.reDressiag surprise, and affecting ingnor anc in regard to the beautiful present she he'd in her hands, that he did not feel. j.I'They are for yoa dear. I made therm' i.-f-Forroel NoBsennfT a Wbt do I want with such jtmcrackery J , This is woman' wear. Do you think that I would 'disfigure my feet with rmbroidered alipfere, or dres op' in a calico gowrf Fut tbem op, dear. Your bafebetad is(too much of a man too, dress himself up ia gay colon, like a clown or art tft'tot." iud he wated bii hand with air air of contempt. There waa a cold sneering aaaaaer about him partly affected1 sfAf partly real the read bora of his uncomfortable state of hi naiad. Yet he loved his sweet wife and would not oT set purpose, have rfotwdWd er for the world. This unexpected repuUe this creel re eepdaB of Set frtieat, over wulca she had wrought, patiently, ia guide a hope, for many day; tbi dashing to tbe earth of her brnra- fol cept of Joy Just as it touched her lips, wa more tbaa the fond mot Her wife1 coftid bear. Ta hide lire tears that came rushing to her eye she tarsed away frow her husband; aad, to conceal the sobs she had no power to repress, sbe weat almost bwrredly from tbe room; and going back to the diarfttrer frorlr whence ahe had brought the present, she laid it away out of sight in a ckieel. Then cov ering her face with ber baftd, ahe sat down and strove within herself to be cairn. Put that Stiadow was too deep the heart-ache too heavy. - " . In a little while her husband followed her and discovering, something to hi sopprise, that ahe waa weeping, said in a slightly re proving voice: "Why, bless me! not in tears! What a silly little puss you are ! Why didnt you tell me yoa thought of making me a dress ing gown and a pair of slippers, and I would have vetoed the matter at once? You couldn't hire me to wear such flaun ing things. Come back to the parlor" he took bold of her arm, and lifted her from the chair "and sing and play for me, "The Dream Waltz, or the Tremolo," "Dearest May," or "The Stilly Night" are worth more tome than forty dress ing gowns, or a cargo of embroidered slip per. Almost by force he led her back to the parlor, and placed het on the music stool. He selected a favorite piece, and laid it be fore ber. But tear were ia her eyes, and she could not aee a note. Over the keys ! ber fingers passed in skillful touches ; but j when she tried to take up the song, utter ance failed; and sobs broke forth instead of words. How foolish! And turning from the pi ano he walked across the roota- A little while the sad yoang wife re mained where she wa thus left alone, and in partial anger. Then, rising, she went slowly from the room her husband not seek ing to restrain her and going back to lur chamber, sit down ia the darkness. Tbe shadow which had beea cast upon her spirit was very deep; and, although the hidden sun came out again right early , it was a long time before it beams had power to scatter the cloud that fljateJ iu love's horisja. The shadow we cast " Father, husband, 1 Wife, sister, brother, son, neighborare we not all easting shadow daily . on some hearts that are pining for the sunlight of our faces! We have given yoa two picture not as a mirror, but as a kaleidoscope. In all their infinitely varied relations, men nd women selfishly -.ig rig stttly, are costing their hadowa upon heart that are pining for sun light. A word, a look, a tone, an act wilt cast a shadow, and sadden a spirit for hours and day. Speak kindly, act kindly, be tor getter of self, and yoa will cast but few shadows along the path of life. Tbe true gentleman is always tender of the feelings of others always watchful, lest he would un intentionally always thinking, when with others, of their pleasure instead of his own. He casts but few shadows. . Be gentlemen. Indies, or, ta a word that which include a I grace and excelencie Christians; for it is theChr atian who casts the fewest ehad- ow oi all . -V. . MODEHS JKKUSALEM A French gentleman, who delights to frequent the spot on which celebrated poet have dwelt, or whence they derived their in spiration, has published in the Monileur an accowrt of bis visit to tbe "Gardens of Sol omon." First, he visited the "sealed foun tains" large subterranean reservoirs, where in tire waters ffptriigi ng from the mountains are collected, and whence the water is con ducted to Jerusalem by pipes: ', "At a el tort distance frotn the reservoirs are the celebrated gardens. They extend along a Valley which run from El Bourach to Bethlehem', it is tire most char mi rug spot irf alt Palestine. Solomon was a good judge ia more senses than one. There are mur iffiuriag stream winding through the ver dant latvtrs- there are the choicest fruits and flowers, the hyacinth, the anemone, the fig tree and the pine. Towenrfg high above the gardens, and contrasting grandly with its soft aspect, are the dark, precipitous rocks of the rreigh'borin nroirrrtair,, around whose suoKErtt vrrlttffes and eagles incessantly scream and descrrbte spiral circles in' the air. The rare plants an'd flower which the great enchanter of the East collected within these gardens were protected froirr the north' win' J by two motrhtain. Every gn'at of the South wind was loaded with perfumes". With the first breeze of spring the fig tree put forth its fruits awd tfie Vines began to" blossom, ft was, in the words of Scripture, a garden1 of delight. : The vegetation of the North and South' were rblernHngfed. One part of the garoVa waa called the Walnut-tree walk (or as the English Scripture has it,-the Garden-; of Nuts,) another is" trre Bed of Spices." The writer guide was a well educated Ital ian, who informed him-that the Garden of Solomon are bow ret Ito-air Englishman1. "'The present tenant, he said, 'is Mr. Goldsmith, of the house of Goldsmith and San., He ia undetdraVmrrrt the Garden- of Solomon oa the Yorkshire system. You will be astonished to see how successful he ha been. Here is the house. I perceived a bright bras hnob shilling in the centre of a small square of porcelain let into a white wall. Over this knob waa tbe following superscriptrorsia the in the English language; 'Ring the belt.'' The bell seemed to my im agination rather anomaly in the gardens of Solomon but that i a trifle. We did ring the belt, and we went in. The first thing that struck ray eyes were the red draining pipes lying about, and bearing the mark of the manufacture, Samuel 01 Co., No. 139 Strand. Mr. Goldsmith wt draining that Biblical valley, tbe dew of which waa so often brush ed away by the naked feet of the Shulatnite. It waa. in the month of September. An American mowing macbiae waa cutting a second crop of artificial grass on the very pot where the daughters of Jerusalem gath ered those lilies of the field which were more beautiful than Solomon in all hi glory. A patent reaping machine waa rapidly gar nering the crop of that globe tn which the sisters of Ruth and the daughter of Naomi were wont to glean. 1 asked to-see Solo mon's pavilion, but alaat th cypress timbers and th cedar wainacotina bad been; takea down, and in- their place there is a brick-built I cottage, with roof of red and graen tilea. j The entrinc hsl! i whiteTsshe"!; there are DELAtfAfefc, ia a little parlor ?ffi a RrrnitgtrWW carpet, and a drawing-roora papered with a red-bor-(re fed" Jettow paper, porchaaed io Paris, Roe dea Moineaax. The chimney i Prussian, and ihte ffrtaiaa are cf Swiss muslin. In stead of the serrirrt of tfre rfpuuao f fotrnd two nursery-maids one from Paris and the other from Florence. The slave who pre pare the teats of cedar is now called "John. He baa red whiskers, blacks his ntsterJ bee acrefe tbe floor every day, and var nishes it on Sundays; and if aome romantic person should inquire, aa I had tbe naivettee to do, about the dark Shnlamite, he will be ahowa t?e sweet little Eogliah chiMrer), re dolent of cold cream and Windsor eoap, as fair aa floaa silk, with their hair ia cork screw curls, aad wearing proo-eHa boots, blue capes, atrd g fee it ptfttaaU. Tbe cinnamon trees have been cut down for prrewood aad the arolrtatrc Carres grubed up, but lite five fhtle mtsse do croteml work under the shade of a boa Chretien pear. Since the Eastern war, ftfr. Goldsmith has obtained tbe coston of tbe Paaha of iera- salem for tegettrMes. Last year be bWtl sfv- en crop of potatoes, thank to hi wonder ful drainage Laws of Ohio. . published by ACTHORITV. No. 03. AN ACT To Provid for tbe tjemi-annnal Collec tion of Taxes. -Section 1. Be it enacted tfttie Gttf erul Assembly of the State of Ohio, That each person charged with any tax on any tax duplicate in the bands of any county treasurer, may, at Lis op tion, instead of paying the whole amount of the taxes with which ha stands charged, by the , twentieth day of December, as heretofore required pay to said treasurer, on or before the said twentieth of December, one half of the tax for thj then current year with which he so stands charged, and the remaining half thereof, on or before the twentieth day of June next ensuing. Sec, 2. In every case when the a mount of taxes charged on the tax du plicate in the hand- of any county treasurer, against the property of any person, ahall be paid iu installment as authorized by the preceding section, each of such payments shall be deem ed to have been mail a on the sev eral taxes for the different purposes ao charged on each duplicate, an.l an eqnal prorata portion of the whole amount of each of the taxes so charged, shall be carried to the credit of the same. Sec. S. It shall be the dnty of the county auditor to set down the amoant of taxes eharged against each entry, in two separate column, one half thereof in each column wi Ut a sufficient blank spar at the right of each column to write the word paid, ami when payment of either half of sack taxes ahaJl be made, the trea ;nrer shall write in the blank space opposite the same the word paidV" ';" ' feec. 4;' If any person charged with any tax on the tax duplicate in the h tnds of any county treasurer for col lection, shall net pay one half thereof on or before the twentieth day of De cember next, after the same shall have be-.' charged on sncb: duplicate, or shall aot pay the remainder of such tax, on or before tbe twentieth day of June next thereafter, the county treasurer may charge such delinquent with five per centum on the sum so payable on or before each of said days, as a pen alty for the non-payment thereof, and may collect said penalty for the nse of tha treasurer as a penalty for snch col lection together with the tax charged to snch delinquent, and which he shall have failed to pay as aforesaid by dis tress or otherwise, in the manner pre scribed by, the nineteenth section of the act prescribing the dnties of county treasurers, in all case where the half of any tax other than taxes opon real es tate, shall not be paid on or before the twentieth day of December, the whole cf the taxes for the current year so charged shall bo due and collected as in case of delinquent taxes. Sec. 5. Each connty treasurer, shall, on or before the first Mondy in Febru ary in every year settle with the audi tor of his county, for all taxes' collected otr or before the twentieth day of Da cerfiber next preceding such settlement; arrif be shall also, on or before the first Monday of Angnst next succeding 'such February settlement, settle with the au ditor of his connty fot t lw taxes char ged ort bisdnplicate not collected on or before the twentieth day of December preVTottr and sett rati firr as herein before provided. ' See,- k In' making every snch settle m'enf., the' county auditor shall careful ly examine the tax duplicate, and as certain from the entries" thereon Of taxes.- penalties and interest paid fri' Whole or in part, and from such other sources' of information as may be ia' reach, the true amount collected1 b this' cotatrty treasurer oW ' account of each of the Several' t sxos charged oh such duplicate, and the amount remain's iu1 the liaTids of such' treasurer belonging1 to each, and trhall give to' such treasurer separate' certificates of the several sum's o due. Sec. 7. E'Cif cotrnty treasurer shall, within ten day next after he shall have irJade' the settlement with the comity auditor, required by the fourth seetr'otf of this act, present to the comptroller of the treasury the certificates of the county auditor, sotting forth the sunMr . or amounts which such conaty, trettsn rer is, by law, required to pay into the state treasury, and also the certificate of the county auditor specify ing the amount charged on the tax. duplicate of the county for each of the several purposes for which taxes shall have been levied; and to the auditor of state a list of all taxes charged on such duplicate, which shall have become due- and payable bnt which remain unpaid, which ball be denominated the delinquent list. ,. - - - Sec. 8r The comptroller of the trea nry shall on the receipt of the certifi cates and other documents required by the preceding section, to be delivered or exhibited to him, proceed to settle with the county treasurer for tha' moneys in his hands that may be due the state, and to ascertain the exact sum or sums payable by him-into the state treasury, and) sbsHT give him' a certificate or cer tificates, specifying the sum' or entas to be paid into the state treasnry, and on what account tha same is or are pay able; and the treasurer shall forthwith make fall payment into the slat treas nry of the moneys so certified to b d't, Ohi 0, maV 14. 1868: " take receipts therefor ia the man ner prescribed by law for the settlement of tha accounts of county auditors and treasurers with the auditor and treasu rer of state. v Se.-9. Each connty treasurer shall imfiretfiately after bis semi-annual set tlement with the auditor of his county, lire demand of the treasurer or otli er proper ofrker, of each township, c;ty or incorporated Tillage in his county, and oa the presentation of the warrant of the connty auditor therefor, pay over to snch treasurer , or other proper officer, all moneys due to such townsnip, city or incorporated village, as stated in said settlement. ... , , ' ; .Sec. J.O.. If at any time when the seutf -arinaaJ interest ort thtr foreign debt of the state i ifbtrtrt to fall due; it shall fee ascertained by the commissioners of the sinking fund, that the money under their control, applicable to the pay. men! of such teret wi?l be ifrsufi? cient for that purpose, they shall give writfe Botice to the comptroller of the itttsRrttrf of such deficiency ami the amount thereof; and the comptroller of the treasnry, tm tar fpiisit)ffit of the mdXcft of sfarfe; sfeall d raw on the sev eral county treasurers within the state, or oa such of them ttraking the largest etf)l eel for?, as he may deem Wecessffry arid most coleivJelrt, ? tutor ot the f roflun mi df l,l fn, . 1. - ....... v . a.n.v, , v, StriUS tU Vac) not exceeding for any ha?f tear cfts-hiilf the arfremtrt chargeable on thdr respective depifcates for the we of the sinking fund and snch drafts, if paid, shall be evidence of the payment of es medl mo-aery into the? stale trerffrt. and shall, oa tbe" delivery thereof to the comptroller .of. the treasury be! credited to the connty treasurer in lt settlement with said comptroller, aWd charged by the comptroller ty the treas urer of state on account of money be longing to the sinking fuffJv . bee. II. iho treasurer a omoe shall be kept open for the receipt of taxes from the time of the delivery of the duplicate te the treasurer until the final delinquent list is made up in August. Sec. 12. County treasurers hereaf ter elected shall take possession of their offices on the first Monday f Septem ber next after their election, and shall hold tbe same for two rears from and after sail first Monday of September, and until their successors are elect ed and' qualified; and :if any person elected te said office shall fail to give . bond and take oa oath of office, as pre scribed by law, on or before the first Monday of September : next ' after hi election his office shall be held to be ..vacant. ';. -''' ;. ' '': Sec. 13.' If one-half of any tax charged against any lands or town lots, shall not be paid on or before the twen tieth day of December in each year, or collected by distress or otherwise, as hereinbefore specified, the same shall -be chargeuf en tlw duplicate with thir ty per cent, penalty and interest, and with said penalty and interest, shall be payable on or before the twentieth day of June next succeeding; and if not then paid, together with the one-half of said original tax due on or before said twentieth day of Jnne the same penal ty and interest shall be charged on said last half of such tax, and the whole together shall constitute the delinquent tax en such lands or town lots, to bo dealt with and collected id tbe manner prescribed by law. And if such de linquent taxes and penalty, together with the one-half of the taxes charged on such real estate for tire enrrent year, shall not be paid on or before the twen tieth day of December in each year, the said delinquent taxes and the whole of the taxes for the enrrent year shall be due an shall be collected by the sale of such real estate in the mamrer pre scribed by law and irt case' the first half of any such tax shall be paid ot or be fore the twentieth day of December aa herein provided, but the last half thereof falling due ori or before the twentieth day of Jtmfe irf rfrry year shall not be paid ori or before the said last named day, then and in that ca'se' the the tame penalty shall attach to said unpaid half of such tax, awd tho strrtie shall bo treated as delinquent tax as herein provided. , 8cc. 11, The auditor shall anririatEjrV daring the month of August, make out and record in a boob to' be provided for that purpose, a list of all laif.-f mrtd twn lot returned delinquent by the treasurer at the prececilftrrg sctttlotnents, describing sajcV lands and own lots in' said1 list, as the same are described on the' tax duplicate and charging thereon the' taxes dclfnqnent for the ye rrext preceding', with the' foffe'resi and pen alty, as provided in the preceding sec tion of this act, also the taxes of the current year,- ati'd shWll1 certify th'; cor rectness thereof, the date at which the ism's win!" recorded, and sign the tamo officially. Sec. 15'. True' cota'nty auditor shally annually, oh' or before the first day ol October, deliver te the county, treasa rer the duplicate of taxes Efo'" rqured by law to'. be' Triads Gut.' Sfec. 16. Nothing in this act con -falnfeif sbalt prevent the sale of land? for taxes heretofore delitrtjircht, oh the second Monday of January, 1859, agreeably to the law now in force pre t?cr?brWjf the drttstefc of connty auditors. Sec. 17. Seetiorf twenty-nine of the act prescribing thw duties of county auditors; section three ami twenty-tin-els' of the at prescribing the rTmlies of conrtty treasurers, paef March 12, 1831; sections two, three ami 6ve, of the act to amend the aforesaid avt, passed January 3,' 18461; and soct-ion one of the act relating, trr tbe1 dnties of cxmntj treasnreTS," passed' March1 2, 1846. are hereby repealed.' Sec.' 18. This act slrarlT take effect and be in force from and after the first day of September next. william o. vvoods. Speaker of the House ef Rep's. MARTIN WELKER, President of the Senate. April 12, 1858. SEcrtETAsY or Statu' OrrrcB,) Coujmbus, Aptil 15V, 1858. f I hereby certify that the foregoing acts are trne copies of the original rolls now on file in this office. A.P.RUSSELL; Secretary of State. ' XbPttoivV OVfiob, )" DtLAWAnB, April 22; 1858. f I bweby certify that the foregoing acts are correctly copied . , 1'. W. RHODES, , An-iitcr of Pels-rate Connt.v. - 4 - ID iSo. 67.J AN ACT Concerning the Helalioo of Guardians and . Ward. . Sec. I. "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Otrfo.. That tha probate court in each county of this trtate shall, wftea necessary, appoint, guardian of minor rvsMent ?n sveh aowtity . ewe. x. A guardian ma' b'esarMed 0 take charge only of the estate of a oViflor;' and at the time of, or subsequently to the appointment of such guardian to soy erffjor having neiSFrer father or mother, or whose father BiVt mother are both unsuitable per on to have tfte coetody and trrrtioW of afctt minor, or whose interest will, fur any other cause ia the opinion ef the court, b pro' muted thereby, the cuurt may also appoint a guardian to have the ceWorfy aad provide for the maintenance and. education of sm-h nry. nor; provided however, that if the power of the person appointed guardian be not limited by the order of appointment, the person so appointed shall be guardian both of the per son and estate ol the , ward ?. and tbe court shall ia every instance appoint a fruardiaa i both of he person, and estate of the ward. uni the interest of the .minor will, ia the opinion of tire - coort,.. be promoted by the appointment of separate guardians as here- in before prescribed. ,, , , Sec. 3. No persoirwrfWrrray have been, or shall be, an aduiiaiatrator on an estate, or ex- ecfjtof of a last will and testament, shall be appoirrted a guardian of the person. d e tate, or of tbe estate only, of any minor who shall be interested in te estate administer ed upon, or who shall be ertrtVeJ to any in, tercet tufdef&t by mteot sucbftfsl will and fesftffnenlj b'tft executor or administrator may be appointed a geardiaif of the person only of a rtftttot. Sec. 4. ' Ant rae iiffant ovef fja ifUe of fourteen- yeara-, or s) feMMle itt!M otet the age tit (elveyew',rriw jaeile right to select a guardian; who, if f s-rtfrft'te pet' son, shall be appointed; but. if sdch ttdtktt eball tail to select a suitable person, an ap-poirdtl.'e-r?t irray be fitade withont reftrrrKrc; to the wishes of sach irriaof. A must rra' not, in any instance, have th rigln Io se lect one person to be tbe guardian of hi or her estate only, and another person to be the guardian of bis or her person only. Ba les the court having the power of appoint ment shall be of opinion that the interest of such minor will be promoted by the choice and Appointment of such separate guardian. instead ot one guardian both of tbe person and rs'ate. : Sec. 6. When a guardian has been ap pointed for any minor before he or she shall have attained the age for making a selec tion, as - fixed in the last preceding section, tbe power of such guardian (hall continue until the ward (hall arrive at the age of ma jority, nnlea such guardian be sooner re moved for good cauje, or such ward aha'l se lect another suitable guardian. After such selection is made and approved by the court, and the person so selected is duly appoint ed and qualified, the powers of the guardian JrviousJx appoint dhilease, and, these upon the final account of , such guardian shall be filed and settled ia . tbe proper court, , , . Sec. 6. Before any person shall be ap pointed guardian of the person and estate, or of the estate only, or any minor, he ahall file in the office of the court having such ap pointment to make, a ctatement of the whole estate of said minor, and the probable value thereof, and the probable annual rents of such minor's real estate, and shall verify the same by affidavit, and shall give bond' with freehold sureties, payable to' the state of Ohio, in double the amount of the pr-. Bonal estate belonging to said minor, aii'd1 af- so of tbe gross amount of rents that wit be probably received by the guardian from tire' real estate of eotd rtAiidt duting bis or h'e'f rmnontyy wmch borfd shall We conditio Wed for the faithful .discharge of tire' duties 61 said person's e's such guardian1, and slit If be approved by th'e court making' snteftf appoint -' rn'efitr and sach' person1 rirrart a f so' take ari' oath' frrat h'e will faithTtrlly arVd h'ortvstly di chsrge the duties devolving Crpon hiuV a soch' guardian'. i . - Sac. 7 Before a" pWson' is ap'pbirAed' gaoV dian to' have the crjfotody, uiain'tehan'ce and tiriliorV of a minor; without th'e right! to' take charge or the estate of such minor, he ehoM give bond in double the pVubaWe experrse's of mairAainicg ari'd1 edyCathig such rninor during one year. In all other respect his bond shall be the same as if he had charge ol the estate of his ward, and he sWulttalre thea'airfe oath as is ptescrib'ed' in section af. Sec 8. Exceptions qi'ty be filed irr1 th'e proper corrfl, by any p'eMotr oW bermrf of any fnfrjor for whom' a guardVaW Was been' or may be appoitned, to the bond of such guardian, as to the sufficiency of the amontit of the penalty thereof; "or the euretie fireVW y whereupon notice drrwH be given1 io such' guardian- to appear before rtrw oM Within a resonable t'tflve, not exceeding ten' dVda.-and show caoKe against the allowance uf icli exception's; and upon' hearing such excep tions, tbe court rosy dismiss tire same, or re quire such goardiarr to find sduTribrial rci or" securities" in" a! larger amount, or rwitJPe such other order as" the case niiy reryirVe. And it shw? be rhr duty of the Coutf by whom'a'rVy gtraVdiarV hf appointed, to' require, of it's crwn motion, scth guardian to'give swWi fhrwWl bond whenever in the opinion of fOrid court, the interests of the ward of etrcty gra? dian shall demand the same. .See. ST. ' Ivo bomfcxcctned by a gttitrdiaa ttfte fM-rf act 811 taHfe elfect shall few void, or held invalid on account of any informality rli the same, nor on account of any infor mality or illegality in the appointment of such gunt&Mtff but the tronJ shall have tlie same fir;e and effect as if such appointment Were tegally made and such bond executed in proper form. Sec 10. Wlren the same pprsrur atoMl be appointer) the guardian of several1 rrfi nurs, B h person shall execute a separate) bono tr tjo gtrr of each of sw rj ,ni. nor. Sec. it. Every person appointed guar dian of both person snd estate of a minor, hall have ..the custody and tuttit.fr of his ward, and the management of such ward' estate ' during minority, unless moved er discharged from such trust, r th guardianship' enal soonrr dcterniine from any of the causes specified in thi a.tt; pro . vided, that the father of soch minor, or if there be nw father, the mother, if auitabl respectively, shall have the cnatody of the person and the control ol th education of of auch minor. . Sec. 12. The marriage ot a wartf, if a female," alreM determine the guardianship of the person, but hot as to the estate of such ! wsrd. Sec, 1. When a guardian has been appointed1 By will, by th father or mnther of any child, auch' guardian shall be ehtitled to preference in appointment over all ether withtrut referent te' hi plac of residence, ol tha choice of suth minor, bdt ht appoint- ment, dutie. power and liabilities shall v.com Vr- the knrtwle'lje or poisearirrv it - 4 - j3 Other espe'etS be t?overned hv iha'taw. legulstiug guardians not appointed- by wiiV. ) except as otherwise rafted" iri' tVe at r-. rating to will, passed May .3. lUi'i. .., ... 1 See. 14 'Tlwrvlloiftg. shall Je the do-' ' tie cf every gttgffi, of mfy 'tf may be appuiuted to httvs custody aud ute " " h estate of such minor, to wit:"' First to mats ojt aad .file, wrrtiilr , three i months after hU ap'fCofofWem. a lull inteS - verified by path, of the real and per. estate of hi wr4 with the value of Sofia -"'"D me TKwm ol the. yearly rent of the real tmmei and faifirrtf sx tc it shall be the duty of the proper coort. to re- move hiia aad appoint a '.saccesaor. . Sec- od-iTo i To maaage the estate lor the bt in i ot hi trarrd Third 'fit tepdet ou a the proper court an accouni of thtt terests oath Io i receipt and expendnures of ut-h guardian, rcTUKa oy vouchers or proof, at ;least. our tl7 two jr ear, and failing '''. ' to t, he ahall receive n- aWc for his" servi, cea.v Fourth At ' the' eimrairor?' .if nls trust, fully to account for aud o-.v" ovVf to the proper person all uf the estate of "such ' 'eatate.' with coiidii6n for iht faithful dis- WSrd rerrwrryirr.' h fwt bt'nds. ." F,.'th-rtrcrratVw' r7dti;av'-..,A , f.,i,t,r.',l 'C.t i P7 all jtutt debt due fum such vtard! uW o j estate in his hands, and collect all debt ! due such Ward"; and in case of doubtful debts M eofnpotrml tire sauve and appear for and i defeitd. 'o ea jse to be dctefiOt d , all suits i gainst such ward 'Sixth-- Wl ieh any ward nas no lather or mother, or having lather or , the crediU rb Be given to:' the payctr.X ot mother, and such parent isu'ritble or tails to'-f tbe "purchase' :. nioheyi"" kh'd Th j'deferfe-d'pay'-edtfeate such Ward, it shalf be the doty " of j meat stf'he' purchase' money iB'ali be' e-t" uch cliardiafl ' to " Prride for 'him ' so.'!. t't'urrd hv- IT ni'' irfi'f :iri nv.tr, i.. A hi 'fh'a a.i education as the am.tunt this estate may justify. SeventhTo fotn th ' m.ui - ey ot his ward within a foonab.e lime alter he receive r it, snd the psyineot' of shall be ruredbyt - te or double the value f . exclusive of httihitnr.j . tha money l.rcned gage on real estate the irrorfey loaned, exclusive of buildings or other improvements, timber or niiueraic in or nprrrr strcrr rem estate or urpory the pur- ; k.-i - l.l. .. ... - .1 t-uirse: ur frie-ugc oi cerun'.-ate ol the turided t lorif -,IAJ .. .1 t. -l. II ' ' i t . j w - - ,.ii . nu itc aiiuit at eacn ir- r-,- v" 1L7V' i5 . ; . receive othte iHtftfcf so loaft'ed? an'd if h'' fH to tW mtet-y 'of m- -iar-T w i,M1 -,.'. Mj , ... . j. V,"V - nth ri eaeonaMe time, he shall.. orV eettle- ment account tor such monVy and interest ' I thereon, ealetrtatsttr. istitW '-. stt.1 " - 1 Eighth rfo ob'ey antt pWforrBf air'tne orders tlr-.,t..,vf-ii ... '"l'wr, aoecdoi convey anee and judgment touching the guardianship ' ""uu"1 v fsaonaoie: eSpene,a r Sec. 15. When a gtfardiah is appointed' ! cor"'.d "' lhe ?f niW to tab charge only of the estate ,l Aid twl-1 Tll ciu'P--'ot for W service, as tb nor, his dories' -snail eVth'e s'ame' d trW' ,,V.4wm-.t:eao'abW, -ft. . specified io the fouVteenth WectiorT of this' l?' -31iiThe eftemeut jriadc in the act, except that h'e sTiall riot be required to Prc'ste "ourt of the accoonts of a guardian. perform the sixth therein mentioned when a'j-shall, be final between htm and h4sw ard,un guardian of the.' person" of such' rilVn'or bs ! 'e"s appeal' tafeen'tli'cJeTfuth' to'th'e court-i beea appointed. ' ' -"- - ,.J ul'ciromrt plea irt 4h'r manner provided by'" Sec. Iff. When a guardi'a'n'' U" aVpof nteo''' f-!rflir. b'-sweveK-to. a'f sucb ward the ' to have the custody," maiiilerVace a'ud fdufiaij vi operilti- and rpviewing soch settle lija of a minorjiis duties fare as fol!tW:"-1 Jsjr ifjaU or mM)ifMt1m1sUke -by peti-.-- First-To protect mnS control thW person "of his 'n iii'tbe-foWri' preastirted in' tli'e court -ward.-.-cond'To provide a iiiible 'maTuttn-1 1 " J "I ciii procedure tlii S at, in th t ance for bisward when necessary wliich sh'.tll j probate court jft-whiicii' euch'" selll'emerit was be paid out of the estate of atfclt -wrd ia tire j ttr.1,f vl -the ptobattj nrt of the coiinty 1 hands of the ginwdnfti of such 'atateupori -wler; surh guardian , m'y reside wh the the order ot 'Sgw'-t-Mivii- ptarrtrff--sud ward. Third.- Whefi ward has no " o'c:titi at y time within t o y er 5 rather or mother, or having father or m nher i aft" thuaid ward eijalt arrive at full g anch such parent is" unable or fails' to main- ! "ha,a be uiiuIq tip.in the defendant te t'aia or educate sucb waVd, it sh'all be thelio- fucl1 petition' in' th'e m'ode- prescribed by raid .; ty of the guardian1 so; nppbifrted to-- provide' d,e,-.'n,d.-alL..procdeaing 'bad upon euch; f.ir him such education and- HiairtlCncaiiee 1 Pt"' ' b'e mode prescribed bjl ssfd'eode, as th'. amount of hi estate- may pjtity ; ..ell prtrCoedings had upon' such ptstiti or. which' shall be paid out ' the estate ufsuVh' .-he, govtsrne.t - by said code, so far as Ward ih the hands of the guardian1 ot such ,1' ,me rrtay .-be applicable . 'An bppe estate, upon the order of the guardian - tf ' h'sll' be a'll'owed troirt th'e final order orj'udg-''-' the person of such ward. Fourth, To obey -' Of the probaVe -cimtt in' such' proceed a'ri'd' p'ertbrn, slPttieoMers and judginen'ls ol ! '"'if. this same, inamier as in' other casus the proper court touching such guardiafi'- "r proceeJincs in whiih appeals are allowed , ship'. - - " ' ..' irom th'e probUle court to fbe court of -com-' Ssa.H. The pVobate court mhji at any "on plea. . ,- , - ' (iuie remove such' gti'ardian', he having thirty ! ' S c. H9. .Minors i'ww'g out of thtS i?:a; oays notrte thereof, loir b'ibituat drun'ken'ess, i aJnd owning Iartil3 with the saine, 6rinU' be en' rVegleril oT bis dtfties, in'coiii'pelency, frao'du- f titled ttt the heh'efi't oT t'liHe" act'; and guiidi-" Jent Conduct, removal tfoih the county, or ! art's of tti'in'ors residing' out of fhV .S ate.'y.'fcfr' ' any other cauVe whicb',- -iff th'e opinion, of ' have been' appointed" aci'o'rda' to !a'e law such court, rerytferVrf for -th'e interest of th'e ! the State or Territory whVe they may Ward that soch" goardiarV bb rcfrroved? the ' r-.-si-, shall' have the right to bring' uli'd roam renioVaV fron tttc rAatc of any person .who ; f tir. aciio'n and enforce the coliection' of judg-" W frceri' Irer'etoTot'e or whom' may be ap- rryerfts. rerVtlered try se'ch' action's ir-' lbbit fa- . ponVted' gtrar'lia'rr', eh'al'l of itself d'etetrrVitie ; vol1, in1 the ea'm'e rA'atrnfer an tf to' th'e ' C'a'in's ' th'e genrdiaWslrip1 of trch persosr. atnl when - extent that they could do if ib'cf had' been any infant lor whom' a guardiai ha btreit.. or ! aVpirintcd- M'&M-t the iawrf ot this State, upon may be ap'pc-i uted fir tlrts state, siyall reitruiJe g-t.rfg security for th'e' costs" whS'ch may aq- to' another sXstte (ft to a' territory, sod: a' trvi itf olrh' actions', in' the' saave way other gHlfardisn' of such irrt'an't slrall be there a-j noti'-rebid'ent are obliged "to dc . undar th, pointed, upon the presentation' of sa'lisfacto- j laws ol this Slate, A!f applications for th ry evidence of s"dch' last .irrefr'ien'ed ppint- sa'le of real estate by . sruardians to . minorj rn'ch't to th'e cowl in this state malriiig the ! who liv out of tin's State, shall be rtad in' i fVrst named appoititment, such court may re-j the coun'y in which lh.lsiiid id sitiate or, move auch guardian' in' .hi state, an'd cotn'pel ; if aiiv?iie in rrrore co'un'ties" thin' one, therf itr t a' settleirrem of tWe accounts of such gu'ardt- j t-'re of t!?e co'-JWtiea" in' which part of such an.- -'. . j real'' e'-tu'O is sftuate- and adil'lional security - trVc. f ? Any 4iirej t;l a jftrardiafi' may ishffll he' ('etjiired from such guardian or guar at any time, apply to the prop'-r probate j diahi", whtrt deem'ed necessary, and such as court to be released frolrt' hut bond with such' j tw'av1 bt- approved bV thte probate c urt orth gUar!ian, by filing his request therrfor With I county in which such' applt'catio rs' is the udgo of su'ch court, and giving ten day : t.-c. 33'. When; any. guardian Sc's ii'ed, Mce to' suth gu'irdian', when1 such court, : or my berealtt-r di-, belore ihe'eettlrmwit shall release such surety, and if such (jutr- ' uilhr ihs Cotir": of his' or her gtrardieVishlp'ac. tSan failr to givo rrtTv borrd, as by such court, c unt, it ahull be the du' of the extCUtor or directed,' he shall be removed and his letter aduiitnatralor .of jucli guardian t-j strttle up supeTeedetl, but such origtual surety shall said' account, in the same in inner guffh guar not be released ontil such guardian . gives ' diatf uOirht to have .done;, and anjl persort1 . r3jrd and such origlrral surety shall be liable j having an interest. in the settlement or stiCrr otvly fev lhe acts of such guardian from the iteceun, or fie court b, tv 10m suc'i gt atl ac tirrre of tire exoculioo of thf oripiiml litrtid to ! was - appointed,, ot its own motion, may, by tins triing and approval by the court ot auch : cttaiiou io te ras-ft-d, returned end proceeded; new bond. ' u"poiv according to io protnioTiy of the act Sec. 9. 'Frw court by whwirr any gu ir-I which may tlu-n he it? force for t.V settle dian ha been or may be appointed tiny, for j inent to' hi1 matio by the adnr?nS-frtor or ex reasons satisfactory to such court, accept j ecutor of any guardian dj'itig or h tvirrg dtedf tire resigratiot of any such guardian, iw ; as a for-said Tne ireculor ur adtntnistreJo" appoint aooirrar in his stead. -1 w-kng: st'lr setileinvn. thsll be allowed: S -c. 'JO. It shall be the duly of the court i e--!vo-ivpfin?atwiii f r the arr, as ih teonrt ; by whom any guardian has br-en' or may b aypoifled, to roforcn the relutiV, t the pre scribed trVim's, of all inventories ai'-'faecowita required to be filed m surh court- ty such the such guardian, and also V ttntorcc j perft-rmancn of all otlierduii" d,t.!vig trptw goardiarts apport.ted bv nvht 5..fw.t, ertNt-r wtr irr withi'ft coirf4.urt rnMr fir, j urade. and thereupon to milsc 'l enter uch . i jodginenis and order m trnty irquirite j ,,n the estate ol such minor shall, on in any ease- to prontte rhw faittrfol and cor- ,nin.l. t... delivered up by tf h fir rr-wr guar-fft-.t discharge n-f trt duties of such gtiardt j ,j,all . ,i. (.hjlt lorthwiib render hr and as my have hern or (hall l appointed j gV irjnid up . ace m u tth coirt fro-it Sv.T.. 1. Any bond girtm by any gur j vlu, h she roft-iv- il her app..iutmMt. f.-r fr dian mov be pot r suit by any prrsorr rnh ' nal srtll.'tKfnt. tted t the estate, upct the breach .rf the on, 1 g ... Xl Tr r.r -y nidpo f each dttion of such bond. . Such suit may i .aMy k,,all -.use t ' bo printvd'.-wplntrfMet brought in the name ot ths person w . . J ,.,,...., f ,;vi f ,t,l, act as entitled to the estate. Sec. 33. Whenever necrssarr for tht ed H-aUon,supp.rtorp.ym-ntof th ist debts f ot any minor. ... tor t.. oi.v luigr t-t , lien on the rest estate trt erfrb whenever the estate of euch minor is ruf fcrifHT unavoidable wastr. or a better invest rrrent oi tne value tnorcni can pnmiue.ana court shall- be satisfied that le thi re ef will b tor the benvfit of any minor, the th proba.r court may, on the mpplieation ef j . .1 v -i ' iir.n jruarorsn, nrqer tuw rt-ii itttir oi j minor, or a part iher'eof, to be old. , Per . 33. Such' application shall be by pt- , ltt:oh, which hll set forth prcifioallv : First Tha value and rba' ter of U' person-; al'eatat belonntr to uvh ard th has i -The disposition made estate ' ThirdThe mount aud condition Of such ward's p'ersJu' ai estate, U any, dependent -upon the ett!a mem "uf any eciilnia ' Estate, or lha txa 1 cunnu of-ativ trust -'"Fourth -This n'ni.: "J vhi t ' "th rral estate. ' Fifth The a' , mount uf ren received and the spplicalirt I thereof. S:tt--The proposiid '.manner of ;': reiBeati,' th proce-ed jt the sale, if akd '' lof thaf purooas. "Sfv'tiflf Fach item o i ind.-biedness or tfie atriuint and character , of luo'tin? if ' thVaaie 1 prayed for the dd . .e.ttr fWeT' Elghtli-Tae age of tha' warj, t here titij wttn whom residing Nitifh-- If threbe no"persoual estate be iuirgiug' " to 'siif-h" wrd"ib possession' or ea i pectMnry, and 'ribfte h'a'ofn"s 'irilo" the o'afi's t,t tfoeh guardian, snd. So' rents -have been'' fecewdd. tho f.irt Vti'ail be.'stated in the Beti' S--CT 24 ' f2n'iuch iiKtiis.a bcina? fiied.. Vfrtlivd bv thai uath of the frtiariiian f na : cOer-t nhsrtl nnlf-r fW r.:.tjt?,,r;r .s n.v. u" t.V tils ward. wh3 nhafl bif defendant to the.iitiv. ul the filing and u'erria'nd thereof and the' 'ilrM vftW tha same wftfb'e h'eaVd,. "t rrr'snner c'ourt' sh'ati eeeav f.V1,r?atSr and pr.'-pef ' " !5'v'." Sr-c Si' ihv time ' epo1nte.i''fof'tli' hvarifijt ofl-yetUioK; anil UpVin JietriS wfied that the 'Weft ice nam'rd 5iri thi i&t nre' j sdirt;t trtfoii has urfii 'given,' art$ thatsucii 'real estate uught to, be sold,' the court shaJV ' apjrfnt three freehJWer of the cou'ty. who ! arc nA oT Kta' to the pciuiuoer. to appraise ? said real ktr ' j t tfc'5ro 3aid "vi'rfaUer Tiiii Hicl to trMiy at, i.aoani'tliv a?pViesiid j ret.1 t'stute at th' fair Caa ; value, whid.V path 4yfll he iti&sfiei' an thy rutlsaV of bei apjiSinim.'nt.' -- i , ' t,7. Loa the spb'rU'mehfc efsaSfr 1 reaP'-eafrrte beiug filed; sihedtSy said'ap pr.tivr, the court shall rv itre.su'cfj'jjUSrdi'1 I an to ex. rote i bond,". wtih:rsuiScier.t free ftIJ seiiea. nh-iM-'t.', rhi'. Staf.tffiV.iV '"' duu'ile the anaraised viTn'i itf -"i'i?,..ii'r.r frreirt. Bccmiirtinw f,- ,.f n a ' iig from such a ill- accordinlr to Jaw 4 ! Sec. 28." Upon sut h'h jnd b -ing filed WW ' approved bv tbeCourtl'fhV co'firt shaif orr?i . the s.tli: M'f sucN'reaf est'it' pr'uftdinV in th'- i.' order t-.r reasonable 'hoticj ot u'ch sk'. . ahif " chafer upon the' Teal' estate sold, aad i they sh.ill bear intere-ft at'llie rate of slit barcenU" uai per unnum. irom lh dtv of fcnie. diva - 'ble annually. ' ''f "- '!! .. .v ),;n h ; g - i&tffi$, &f uf 4 of ailU Wli,, , . tl- ' , ' . ' . - . r itriJi-. an shall make report of the sItt dy h.i-w tnadf ; whertritbotr thv cctt-L-oa bei'htr' satis- ' sale t:ts Jairlv and I'SaIIv jmade ,-ttrValr' ctnrm' file same,' and order the . , , .- - . a deed of W ld upon the pgrch.-. . ..--.-v; ,w a r . r e , - ' deferred, paytnenw f( the piirchase fnoife ia the manner prescribed ,lr tlie precede SectrV' ' , rf- , - i- "' ' c' ' fer guUrdiafl .; hU ! be !- h' .,h .t-"Wlfo'g biCateouet, the wiifli- kvnich lir-' rfntvnreiH i trade aUWJr , -. deer reamiiiablo . , i -.;?'" Vtter ny atimltrri-fl' Wmhan, who has been or may be arppiJiTilrS g-sardiart ; at; minor, att tll m trrk, sut.H ""fiau'e orti n.,t t 1 4,'t.rn.irtr ttip giardiau Klp i-t such, ,ind the probata court of tbe -roper cun't sh ill appoint a' thr guardian r slK-h 111111 r to winch Ut natrud curdi K- iri deem' tuv.s.-.ary, an'd H shall far uih i,,rAi'rr rt'rit 01 bv htii' aebi-invcd' fftrtit- Jun pll00t ".4ld Pv,p,e,. n3 .uch gaard-an . (;, , . ,h, ,,.1, cctl ,hVreof 1 Sec. Si'' ' The act crrt-'lrd, Anactfortbs ! appointment rf guirdtans, parsed Febrnary lf'21, tha met to stnirnd tb- sairf, pasted jftal1 b 9 1 j; the a't o imend the first rrert I Honed act" pissed Mi-ch 7, 184-t; also, ths h ' ni'b tc'' Frbruurt 3V. US1. bs ntl the saais r hr-f.-by repealed: JVevided, however, tnmt the repeal a-d acts ahall not affect any re donr, ot riyKts acquired, or any t:t, it-h.fi, matter of pr ocesding cotnmeoaed sod p ndie-; und'. ?' 'h same or either of. hr in. i '. pa- .tn:-. thereof - ... , t ! guarJiati.'Secund , : 01 atticti - peruusl 4 ! ! 1 i 8 : U 1 H 1 'rrair-Iiiirrrn-!-!"!