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r E Vj M A K 0 VOLUME IV. FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, MAY 22, ; 1852. NUMBER 11. FREMONT FREEMAN: J. 5. FOUKE, Editor and Publisher. TheF""A,is published every Saturday morn ng OITica In Baekland'a Brick Building third ttry; Fremont, Sandusky county,Ohii . . - . TERMS. -Single mailsabseribers.peryear, $150 Clubsoftenandapwards.tooneaddrese 1 37 VJlubsjf 6fteen IBS . . eabsoriberawillbeebargedjil 75. Thedif- ! BceinthetermobetweaB the price on papers i eredintowaaBd those eent by mail, isocea 'imed by the expense of carrying. When the money ia not paid ia advance, aa abar Sneeified. Tare Dollars will be charged if paid with in the year, if not paid antil after the expiration of h J-r Two Dollarsand fifty centswiil becnarg yd. TneSetetmswiHbestrictly adheredto. How to STor 4 Pahch. First see that too have 'pSIdfor it op to the time yon wish it lo atop; aolify the Post Masterof yoar desire, and ask him to no tify the psblisher.nnder his frank, (aa ha is author ed to do) of yonr wiah to discontinue. . -5 RATES Or ADVERTISING Dnesqunre 1 Slinee first iaeertion ... Do each additioaalinsertion. .... '" Do ' Three months..... $050 25 2 00 D - Six months 3 50 5 00 6 00 Da - - One roar.... .tTweequaresSix months.. - Da . One year.... 'Halfeolamn One year.... One column On. year. . 10 00 ,18 00 .30 00 Bnsinesa Directors. ll -r FUEM0JST FREEMAN ' JOB PBIKTIKO OFFlCEl - We are now prepared to execute to order, in a - iieataad eapeditioua manner, and uponthe fairest etmti almost all descriptions of JOB PRINTING; SUCH AS Dcsikbss Cards, ClRCOLARS, 'Habdbills, Catalogues, Show Bills, TomcES Bi.arls, Cawtkbs' Bum, """MABUTBSTt, BlLl HADS, Rni.i or Laoiso, Certificates, Drafts, Bills, Bark Chech, ' Law Casks . Ball TtcRETS.ETC. .etc. Wa would any to th of onrfriends who are in want of such work, yoa need not f abroad to get done, when it can be done jus aa f ooo at nome. ..... ' . I. O. O. F. . Croowar Lopo, Vo-77, meets at trie Odd Fel Iowa' Hall, in Baekland'a Brick Bailing, every Saturday evening. ' "- PEASE & BODEBTS, ; , , ' BUITOTACTOBMik OF Copper, Tin, and Sheet-iron Ware, ....... ... A laoeuuam . $tfes, Wool, mdes, Sheep-pelts, Hags, Oldjopper, Old Stoves, &c, fec. : '-jlLSO, AIX SORTS OF OXSCIXB YAKKEK ROTTONS Pease's BrlcR Bloclij Ko. 1. . ; . : fremont, ohio. ; 32 1 .STEPHEN BI7CK.EAXfc CO., i ., v,:.v , , .-. ,.- DXALSRS IK .. Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Dye-Stuffs, Boobs, Stationaay, Sect " . FREMONT, OHIO. CEOAOE TV. OfclCK, AtoroeyMtd Counsellor at Law! FREMONT, OHIO. Office On. door eaat of A. B. Taylor's Store. Jaly 19, 1851. - 1 B17CKXAXD & EVERETT, ; -Attorneys '"Mid Counsellors atXaw, -V And: 'xitors ChftDcery, .TTTLL ated ?rofeesional'bsines and Land fVV Agene-rao 6andu.Vy and adjoining counties. Okficb SdiStory Buckland'e BJoek, Fremont. K. P. BccBLARD.! - HoautB Etewett. Jantrary 1st, IpSJ- - - n DICKEYSOX & 1IAYXES, Attorneys at Iuw, Alt bnsinesa entraated to their care will be promptly attended to. Office the seme heretofore -aeenpied by Hon. L. B. Otis, in Bnckland'a Block. E. F. DicBiRson. Geo. R. Uatres. 'Fremont Dec 13. 1851. CHESTER EDOEBTOJft Attorney and Counsellor at Lw, ' And Solicitorin Chaneery, will carefully attend ' to all profeaeiaaal baainessleft in Viia charao. - H. will alee attend to the collection of elaima&c.,in ' ais and adjoining eoantiea. ' " Office Second storr Buckland'sBlock. . . k . , FREM03JT, OHIO. : . 1 IA. Q,. BATVSOXt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office North side of the Tnrnpike, nearlyoppo aite the Poet Office. . . , , FREMONT, OHIO. 14 PIEBBE "BEAUGKAlVBi . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, " Respeetfnlly tenders hia professional services to the eititene of remont and vicinity. Offioa One door north of E. N. Cook's Store. PORTAGE COUNTY Mutual Fire Insurance Company. . : K. P. BirCK&AIVD, Agents . . FREMONT, OHIO. A. F. & F. FANDERCOOfi: J MERCHANTS AND DEALERS - In all kinds of Produce ; V ' At the Old Stand Eormerly occupied by DickeDson & V.Doren . EREMONT, OHIO. December 15. 1849. SOCIAL HALL. THEsobecriber ia prepared to famish Social Hall, ia Baekland'a Brick Block, for OtiilOB Parties, Sories, Lectures, &c. id fasonable terms: and also refreshments, .. .. .. 7 33 best style on tne snortest noticei J. F R. SEBRINO. mont, Aognet 3, 1850. V B B. S. KICE. -.fjotinues the practice of Medicine in Fremont ji a adjacent country. : -"Jr; Oirici, as formerly, on Front street, oppo t.fnte Deal's new building. .Fremont, Nov, 23, 1850. 37 .' ' ) AN FIELD & M ITC HELL . WHOLKSAXB AND It K TAIL DKALEB8 IN 5 HARDWIRE, SAILS AND IRON, AIMS, OILS, VARNISH & BRUSHES, tamps, Brittaaia and Jappaned Ware; : HOPES AND COBDAGE; Guns 4. Pistols, Powder & Snot. ' STOVES AND PIPE; " J - MAJVl?PACTt7BEH9 OP Tin and Copper Ware, at the sign of the Padlock md Store, in the Store formerly occupied by E.N. Cook, opposite the Bank. -rremont, Dee., 28, 1850. Tillot son&Tyler, "OESPECTFTJXIY annonnce to theciti- XV sens of Sandusky and adjoining counties, that they have justrepleaiahed their Grocery with alerge andcomplete Stock, and are now prepared to supply their Old Customers and all who may favoritism with their oatronaee, with anv thing in thrirline. at reduced prices. Their stock consists in part of Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Spices, Pepper, Balsens, Tobacco, Scgare Nats, Powder, Shot, Ac. , A.C. togetherwith a large and superior assortmentof n3 a. isat 3 :nr ie2 ami madefrom refined loafaugars. Thry keep onhand a superior article or WINES, BRANDIES AND GIN! which wiil be sold Cheaper than the sameartic le can be bought at any other eatabliehment in Fre moot. Tbey also have a choice lot of WHISKEY! which willbesoldfrom Q4 to JG centspergallon. the best article in town, the assertion of others to thecontrary notwithstanding. . Ltmonade, Mead, Cromk and Beer, can be found at their Grocery at all business hoar,. Thankful to the public for their heretofore liberal patronage, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Fremont, April 12th, lr51. No. 5 ly. NEW GROCERY AND SALOON: ' JUST OPENED IN Bucklnnd'i New Brick Building! J. F B. SEBBIXG, 1 RESPECTFULLY informs his Old Customers and the Public generally, that he has again gone into the Gro cery Business, and haa now opened ONI or THE MOST EXTENSIVE Stocks of Groceries! everbroughtto this market, with especial reference to supply the wants of the citnens of Sand usk and adjoining counties. - 1 hisatock consistsm part or Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Spices, Pepper, Raisins, Tobacco, Segars, tc, &c. together with a complete and large asssortmen! of CANDIES, the host ever opened in Fremont, the assertioi of "bogus" dealers in this article to the contrar) not- withatanriing. NUTS, FRUITS AND PRESERVES, of the rarest kinds, will be be found at my store. Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer, can be had ol a moment's notice. Fresh Baked Bread, Cake, Ptes, and Biscuit alwara kept on hand. Families wish ing to be supplied with Bread can at all times be accommodated with a superior article and on the most liberal terms. Bat I have neither time northe nrin'er room his paper, to enumerate the sixth part of the articles kept by pie, andean only ask that a discriminating public will eive me a call and and indge for them selves, feeling satisfied that 1 can render entire sat Tad ion to all both as to prices and quality. Fremont, June 15, '50. . FREMONT DOUSE; AND GENERAL STPJL'O-HS (DFFIEtSIlo f REMONT, SANDUSKYCOUNTY . WM. EESSLER, Proprietor. "IV4R. KESSLER, announces to the Traveling IV 1 Public that he has returned to the above well known stand and ia now prepared to accommodate in the beat manner, all who may favorhim with their patronage. Wo efforts will be spared to promote tne comlort and convenience of Cuests. Ujr Good Stabliso and careful Ostlbrs!b at tendance. Fremont,November24, 1849 36 A. McXEIL, Upholster & Paper Hanger, - SAX DUSKY CITY, OHIO. Sandusky city, May 17, 1851. GIDEON HATCH, Tailor: WOULD inform hisfriendsand the public, that ha haa taken rooma at Ballville, where he intends carrying on the above buaineas, in allita branches, and hopes by punctual attention and longexpenence in histradeto mentand receive a share of patronage. N. B. Cutting of garments of every description, attended tola the meat fashionable stylo, and war ranted to fit. - Also, he "ra Agent for 17 avis' Pain Killer a fresh supply just received and lorsaie hv GIDEON HATCH. , Ballville, July 13, tS50 18 FASHIONABLE TAILORING. , PHILIP MAXWELL, WOULD respectfulh announrethal hehas Removed his Shop, one door South of Lcppelmaa's Jewelry Shop, opposite Head Qnarters, where he will be happy o waiton his old customers and all who need anv thins in his line. If you want yoa garments made up RIGHT, and after the Latest Fashion you inu&lcallon MAXWELL. N. B. Particular attention paid to cutting, and warranted to nt 1 1 proper! v made op. Fremont, April 28, 1849. Livery IRA SMITH, 1IVES notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the VJI public generallr, thai he still continues to car ry ontho above business in all its branches and forms. He has made additions tohis stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, &c; and is now prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with a call. Horses and carriages For Parties or Funeral can ba had at any moment, covered and open buggieafor men of business or pleasure, on the shortest notice. - Riding Horses of the ltest bottom, always on hand. The strictest attention paid, so that all who call shall be accommodated without delay.. Teama for Carrying Passengers or Movers nto any part of the country, alwaVf on hand Those wishing any thing in the above line, will do well to give him a trial, as he feels confident they will be aatished, both aa to teams and prices, the former warranted to carry passengers lo their desti nation in the shortest posaiMe time, and the latter to be as reasonable aa posaihle. By atrict attentiou to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of public patronage. tteles H 'rlv nn,ite V irlun's Foundry. I Fremont, Nov. 3. 1850. GREENE & MIGU, Attorneys at Law )k solicitors in Chancery, Will aive their undivided attention to profession al business intrusted to their care in Sandusky and adjourning counties. Office In the second story of Buckland'sBlock. FREMONT, OHIO. DR. J. W. GOODSON, RESPECTFULLY tenders his ser vices to the people of Bellevue and vicinity. Special attention given to Diseases of Children, Diseases of the Eye, Throat and Chest. UJ Office in "Moore's Arcade," Monroe street. where he may be found night or day, when not professionly engaged. Chargea moderate. Bellevue, May 18, 1852. 3m. citos of Dl)io. Published by- Authority. 62. AN ACT. To aspportion the State of Ohio into Congres. sional Districts. See, 1. B it enacted by the General As sembly of the Slate of Ohio, That this State shall be diviid into twentvne districts for the election of Representatives to Congress, and esch district shall choose one represents, live, in the manner following, to wit: The 6r8t, second, third, fourth, fifth, ninth, tenth, eleventh and thirteenth wards of the citv of Cincinnati, as thev are now constituted, the townships of Fulton, Spencer, Colombia, Anderson, Sycamore, Symmes, and : the Eas tern precinct of Mill Creek, in the county of Hamilton shall compose the first district. The sixth, seventh, eighth, twelfth, four teenth, fifteenth and sixteenth, wards of- the city of Cincinnati, as they are now constitut ed, the townships of Storrs, Delhi, Green, Mi ami, Whitewater, Crosby.Colerain.Spnngfield, and the balance of Mill Creek, in the county of Hamilton, shall compose the second district The counties of Butler, Preble, and Mont gomery, shall compose the Third district The counties of Miami, Darke, Shelby.Au glaize. Mercer, and Allen, shall compose the fourth district The counties of Yanwert, Paulding, Put nam, Defiance, Williams, Fulton, Lucas, Wood Henry and Hancock, shall compose the Fifth district The counties of Clermont, Brown, High land and Adams, shall compose the Lixth dis trict The counties of Warren, Clinton Greene, Fayette, and Madison, shall compose the sev enlh district The counties of Clark, Champaign. Logan, L union and Delaware, shall compose the Eighth district. The counties of Hardin, M:irion, Wayandot, Crawford, Seneca, Sandnskv and Ottowa, shall compose the Ninth district .The counties of Scioto, Lawrence, Gallia, Jackson, Pike and Ross, shall compose the Tenth district The counties of Fairfield, Perry, Athens, Vinton, and Mrgs, shall compose the Eleventh district The counties of Fronklin, Licking and Pick away, shall compose the Twelfth district The counties of Moriow, Richland, Huron, and Erie, shall compose the Thirteenth dis tricts. . Uhe counties of Lorain, Medina, Wayne and Ashland, shall compose the fourteenth district The counties of Tuscarawas, Knox, Coshoc ton and Holmes, shall compose the fifteenth district. The counties of Morgan, Washington, and Muskingum, shall constitute the Sixteenth district The counties of Belmont, Guernsey, Mon ro and Noble shall compose the Seventeenth district The counties of Portage, Stark and Sum mit, shall compose the Eighteenth district. The counties of Cuyahoga, Lake, and Ge auga, shall compose the Nineteenth district. The counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull and Manoning, shall compose the Twentieth dis trict. Tho counties of Columbianna, Jefferson, Curroll, and Harrison, shall compose the Twenty-first district ABSTRACT CF CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICTS. 1st District 1st, 2d, 3d, 4lh, 5th, 9th.I0fh lllh and 13th wards of the city of Cincinnati, 64,118; Eastern precinct of Mill Creek, Ful ton, Spencer, Columbia, Anderson, Symmes, and Sycamore townships, in Hamilton county, 16,19480,312. 2d district 6th, 7th, 14th. J5th. 16th, 8th and 12th wards of the city of Cincinnati, 51 423: balance of Mill Creek. Storrs, Delhi, Green, Miami, Whitewater, Crosby, Colerain, and Springfield townships, in Hamilton coun ty, 25,11576,538. 3d District Butler, 30,794; Preble, 21,- 748; Montgomery.38,217 90,359. 4th District Miami, 24,957 ; Darke, 20, 277; Shelbv, 13,956; Auglaize, 11,841; Mercer, 7,712, Allen, 12.116 90. 359. 5th District Van Wert, 4,793; Paulding, 1,766; Putnam, 7,221; Henry.3.432 ; De8 ance, 6,966; Williams, 8,018; Fulton, 7,780; Lucas, 12,381; Wood, 9,165; Hancoek, 16, 77478,296. 6th District Clermont, 30,449; Brown 27.334; Highland, 25,781; Adams, 18,943 102,507. 7th District Warren, 25.560; CIinton,18,- 837; Greene, 21,947; Fayette; 12,736; Madisor, 10.012; 89,092. 8th District Clnrk, 22.174; Champaign, 19,743; Logan,19168; Union, 12,205; Del aware, 21,814; 95.104. 9th District Hardin, 8,251: Marion, 12,- 554; Wyandot. 11,169: Crawford, 18,177; Scnecc, 27,105; Sandusky, 14,529; Ottawa, 3,31095,095. 10th District Scioto, 18,729; Pike, 10, 955; Lawrence, 15,247; Gallia, 17,064; Jackson, A 2,724; Ross, 32,084106.087. 11th District Perry, 20,774; Athens, 18,. 217; Vinton, 9.353; Fairfield, 30,257 ; Hock tng. 14,119110,280. 12th JJistnct Franklin, 42,880; Licking, 38,845; Pickaway, 21,110 102.835. 13th District Morrow, 2.240; Richland, 30,877; Huron, 20.203; Erie. 18,57895,- 898.. 14th District Lorsin.26,091 ; Medina, 24, 433; Wayne, 33,045; Ashland, 23,826 107,395. 16th District Tuscarawas,31,722 ;Homes, 20.458; Coshocton, 25,671; Knox, 28,870 106,751. 16th District Muskingum, 45,053; Mor gan, 23,460; Washington, JJu.Slii 95,-325. 17th District Belmont.34,599 ; Guernsey, 25,474; Monroe, 23,367; Noble, 18,960 102,400. 18th District Portage, 24,387; Stork, 39,888; Summit, 27.481 91,756. 19th District Cuyahoga, 48,105; Lake, 14,655; Geauga, 17,823 80,583. 20th District Ashtabula, 27.767; Trum bull, 80,560; Mahoning. 23,733 82,060. 21st District Columbiana, 33,601; Jeffer son, 29,123; Carroll, 17,685; Harrison, 20,- 460100,869. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker Houss of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President, ofths Senato. April 30, 1852. e3. AN ACT Supplementary to an act entitled "Ad act for the assessment and taxatron of all property in this State, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money," pass ed April 13, 1852. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the real property of this Slate, and the value thereof, as it Btood upon the tax duplicate of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, with such additions for new structures or oth erwise, As .nay be made to the same under the provisions of the "act for the assessment and taxation of all property in this btate, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money," passed the thirtesnth day of April, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty two, shall remain on the duplicate for taxa tion for all purposes that are or may be re quired by law to be levied and collected, and shall be taxed in the same manner and to the same extent that other property is now or may be taxed at the place where such real prop erty is situated, until such time as a revalua tion of said real property shall be made, in pursuance of the provisions of the act to which this is supplementary. Sec. 2. That in any county of this State, where it shall prove impracticable for asses sors to complete their assessments for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two, within the period limiled in the act to which this is supplementary, it shall be lawful fur the audi tor of said county to extend the time for such assessment till the fourth Monday in May; and in all such cases, the meeting ofjthe county board of equalization shall take place on the first Wednesday after ths fourth Monday of May. Sec. 3. That all assessments of property made by town, township or ward assessors elected for the present year, under the pro visions of nny law repealed by the act to which this is bu piemen tary, shall be of the same va lidity as if such assessors bad bean chosen nn der the act to which this act is supplement ary. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL. President, - of the Senate. May 1, 1S52. 64. AN ACT, Further to regulate the practice and provide for the jurisdiction of the Criminal Court of Hamilton county, to direct the transfer of certain business now remaining in the Court of Common Pleas for the first district, from the last named court into that first named See 1. Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the State of Ohio, That all recogniaan ces taken or continued so as to require the ap pearance of the accused at the May term, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two, be removed out of said court of common pleas, for the first district, into the said Tbe Crim inal Court of Hamilton county," to Tie there tried and adjudged as though commenced by indictment or otherwise, originated in said "the Criminal court of Hamilton county," and to be in all respects subject to all powers and jurisdiction whatever, vested by law in th court last named. Sec. 2. That all recognizances held by the clerk of the court of common pleas without forma certificate, subject to the full power and entire jurisdiction of the said "the Criminal Court of Hamilton county," in the same man ner as though the place of custody had been changed, and the said recognizances formally certihed out of one Court into the other. Sec. 3. That all persons required by re cognizances to appeBr before the court of com mon pleas, tor the tarst district, at the May term aforesaid, to answer any criminal matter, indictment or accusition, shall appear nnd an swer ths same in "the Criminal Court of Ham ilton county,"," and shall be tried and other wise made subject to order and judgment in the court last named. Sec. 4. That "the Criminal Court of Ham ilton county shall have the same power to forfeit and open recognizances, (including the recoo-nizances named in this act, as has been vested by any existing law or laws in the court of common pleas. Sec. 5. That in case of petit larcency, nnd other inferior offences, whereof the punish ment is less than imprisonment in the peni tentiary, no indictment by a grand jury being required, the said "the Criminal Court of Ham ilton county" shall cause the prosecuting at torney to draw an information, setting forth briefly, but distinctly the charge against the accused, on which charge such accused shnll be tried, and be subject to judgment, unless the prosecuting attorney or bis assistant, with leave of the court snail otherwise direct. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker Bouse of Representatives, WILLIAM MEDILL. President of the Senate. April 30, 1852. 65. AN ACT, To authorize the Auditor of State lo remit and refund taxes in certain cases See. 1. Be it enacted by the General As emhly of the State of Ohio, That the Auditor of State be, and he is hereby authorized and required to direct the treasurers of the several counties of this State, to refund to the persons paying the same, all taxes collected by such treasurers, under and bv virtue of the 26th section of the act passed February 8th 1847, entitled "an net to amend the act for levying taxes on all property in this State according to its true value, passed March 2d, 1846, af ter deducting from such taxes the cost of col lecting the same; provided, that no taxes shall be refunded when the same have been paid into the Hta'te Treasury. Sec. 2, lhat the treasurers of the several counties be, and they are hereby author ized and directed to discontinue all suits com menced and now pending in any county of this State, for taxes levied under the 26th section of the act aforesaid, on the defendant, in such actions, paying all costs that may have accrued therein. JAMES C JOHNSON, Speaker House of Representatives. WILLIAM MbUILL, President ofths Senate. April 30, 1852. o 66. AN ACT, To define the duty of manufacturers of salt See. 1. Be it enacted by the General As- sembly of the State of Ohio, That it shall be the duty of all manufacturers of salt in the State of Ohio, t- have the Same well and sufficiently drained, to be packed in good barrels, made of good, sound, seasoned timber; the head and bilge hoops to be well nailed, with not less than four nails in each boop; one bead shall be bored with some metalic instrument not less than one inch in size, the name of the manu facturer distinctly branded on the head of each barrel; also, all salt sold at the licks, shall be ' marked with the nett weight in figures, direct l!y under the same, with good durable paint bee. 2. Any manufacturer retusing to com ply with the first section of this act, shall be fined for each offence the sum of fifty cents per barrel; the same to be collected by any court having authority, as in case of debt; oom- plainl having brst been made by any person taking cognizance of the same. Sec. 3. Any fines thus assessed and collect ed, after paying all costs that shall have ac crued, shall be paid into the county treasury foa the benefit of the common schools. Sec, 4. Nothing in this act shall be so con strued as to prohibit the manufactures from shipping salt in bulk. bee 6. 1 his act shall be ia force from and after its passage Sec. 0. Thai the act entitled "an act to re peal an Bet entiled an act to provide for the inspection of salt manufactured in the State ef Ohio, and creating the office of inspector, and defining the duties thereof," passed February 5th, 1847, bs and the same is hereby repeal ed. - JAMES C. JOHNSON Speaker House of Representees. WILLIAM MEDILL. President of the Senate. April 30, 1852. oi 67. AN ACT. Regulating the use of jails of adjoinin ties. coun- Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That whenever any county of this State shall have been erec ted ana organized lor tue term or nve years. without having provided any or sufficient jails for the confinement of prisoners within such county, and any person or persons shall be ta ken from said county or any mesne or final pro cess, in any civil proceeding, action or judgment of, or in any court of said county, or on a charge or conviction of any misdemeanor or crime, for commitment to the jail of an adjoining county, the sheriff or jailor of such adjoining county shall not receive any such prisoner, unless there shnll be deposited in his hands, in addi tion to all fees now allowed him by law, fifty cents for the vote of such jail, for each and ev ery sush prisoner, for each week such prison er is ordered to be committed ; and the like sum for any period of time less than one week; provided, that if any such prisoner shall be dis charged before the expiration of the term for which he or she was committed, the excess advanced shall be refunded. Sec. 2. That it shall be the duty of the sheriff or jailor of such adjoining county, at the end of each quarter of each calender year, to account for and pay over to the treasurer of bis county, all sums of money thus received. Sec. 3. That whenever a writ ef habeas cor pus shall be allowed and issued, to bring any prisoner confined in the jail of such adjoining county, as specthed in this act, before any judge, to inquire into the cause of the caption and detention of any such prisoner, the countv from which such prisoner was sent and com mitted, shall pay all the costs, arising and ac cruing on any and every such writ of habeas corpus; and upon presentment of a certificate of the clerk of the court ef common pleas at the county where such prisoner was imprison ed, as aforesaid, stating the amount of costs on any such writ of habeas corpus, to the coun ty auditor of the county from which said pris oner was sent, he shall draw an order on the treasurer of his county thereby, in favor of said clerk, or such person as be shall order and the said clerk shall pay the same over to the sev eral persons entitled thereto, Sec. 4. That the county which shall use Ihe jail ol an adjoining county, shall be liable to such county foi all damages that may be done by any prisoner such county using such jail shall conbne therein. JAMES C. JOHNSON. Speaker House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL. President of the Senate. April, 301852. 68. AN ACT Fixing the compensation of clerks, assistant cleiks, sergennts-at-arms and assistant ssr- geants at arms of the senate and House of Representatives of this btate. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the clerks, assistant clerks, sergeants-nt-arms and aassis tantsergeants-at-nrras of the Senate and House of Representatives of this state, shall each be entitled, during the present, or any succeeding session of the General Assembly, to receive for each day s attendance during the session of the tieneral Assembly, the sum of tour dollars. Sec. 2, That the clerks of the Senate and House of Representatives, shall receive at file rate of four dollars per day, each, for the time actually employed after the adjournment of the General Assembly, for making out an index to the journsls, to be paid on the order of the Auditor of State, but they shall not receive any other allowance or compensation fur ser vices after the adjournment of the Legisla ture. Sec. 3. That it shall be the duty of the ser geant-at-nrms of each House, immediately af ter the adjournment of the General Assembly to take charge of all books, stationery and all other property of every description, furnished for in possession or for the use of tha General Assembly; or any nleraber or officer thereof, and being the property of the Stale; and such sergeant-at-nrrns shall cause the said property to be dehverea into the custody of the Secre tary of State, who shall give duplicate receipts therefor, one of which receipts shi.ll be by said serjeant-at-arms, deposited with the Auditor of State, and the said auditor of Slate shall allow to said sergeant-at-arms, for the services required bv this section; such sum, not exceeding four dollars per day, for the time actually employed, as such Auditor shall deem just and reasonable, to be paid out of the Treasury of the State, as in Other ca ses. JAMES C. JOHNSON. Speaker House of Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate. April 30, 1852. r it . .: . . - AN ACT, To amend the act entitled "an act to provide . for the Stale Printing," passed April 16, 1852. Sec. 1. Be it enacted ly th General As sembly o the State of Ohio, That the journals of the Senate and House of Represeutives shall be printed in superroyal octavo form, on neat lo" Primer i'Re' Bl,d in,,,, tlos' an? compact order as is consistent ith good workmanship, without unnecessary ges. blanks or broken pa- Sec. 2. That Section 4, of "an act to provide for the State Printing," passed April 16, 1852 Which reads as follows:. "The journals shall be printed in medium octavo form, on neat long primer type, and iu as close and compact order as is consistant witn good workmanship, with out unnecessary blank or broken pages each to coniHin aa near a may - DC, nueen nunorea ems, including head and foot lines," be and the same is hereby repealed. - - JAMES O. JOHNSON, Speaker House of Representatives ' W.' MEDILL. President of tke Stoats, May, 1 1832. --oi - '73. " ' ' " : AN ACT -Fixing the salaries of certain State Officers. ' Sec. 1- Be it enacted by th General Assem bly of the Slat of Ohio, That the several offi cers hereinafter mentioned, shall be entitled to receive for their services, ths following sums, annually : The Governor, eighteen hundred doilirs. The Lieutenant Governor, five dollars per day durtnu; the sitting of the Legislature. The Judges of the Supreme Court seventeen hundred dollars. The Judges of the Common Pleas Court, and the Judges of the Criminal Court of Hamilton county, fifteen hundred dol lars. J he secretary of Slate, fourteen, hue dred dollars. The treasurer of State, .fif teen hundred dollars. The Auditor of State, sixteen hundred dollars. The State Librarian, six hundred dollars. The Attorney General one thousand dollars, and three per cent, on all collections mads for the Mate by ban; Provi ded, the aggregate amount of his compensa tion, including said per cent, shall not exceed fourteen hundred dollars per annum, during his term ef office. The members of the Board of Public Works, each fifteen hundred dollars and no more, in the form of travelling expen ses or otherwise l all which salaries shall ba payable in equal instalments at the State treasury, on the second Monday of May, aeoond Monday of August, second Monday of Novem ber, and the second Monday of February- Sec. 2. That the Judges of the Commercial and Superior Court! of Cincinnati, and In Judge of the Superior Court of Cleveland.sball each receive a salary at the rate of fifteen hun dred dollars per annum, from the second day of .February, 1852, for the time their respec live Courts shall continue in existence, which shall be payable in the same manner as provi ded for the payment of .the .Judgs of the other Courts of the state. Sec. 3. All laws and parts of laws fixing the compensation of officers named in the forego ing sections, so far as they refer to the officers herein named, be and the same are hereby re pealed. . JAMES C. JOHNSON. Speaker Heuse Representatives. WILLIAM MEDILL, President of the Senate; May 1, 1852. 74. AN ACT To amend the act to provide for the appoint ment of Notaries Public, and prescribing their duties, passed March 16, 1852, and to repeal section 3 of said act See. 1. Be it enacted by the General As semblv of the State of Ohio, That the third section of the set to which this is amendatory, be. nnd is hereby so amended as to read as follows, to wit : That each notary public, before entering upon the duties of bis office, shall pro vide himself with an official seal, with which he shall authenticate his official acts, upon which shall be engraven the arms of this state, the words "Notorial Seal," and the name of the county in which he resides; which seal, togeth er with his official register, shall be exempt from execution ; and on the death or removal from office of such notary public, his register shall be deposited in the office of the recorder of deeds in the county where such notary re sides; Provided, that it shall be lawful for any notary public, duly commissioned as such to use, in the authentication of his official acts, a seal of the simultitude of those authorized by law previous to the passage of the act to which this is amendatory ; and provided, further, that whenever it shall be necessary for any such notary public to procure a new seal, such new seal shall be of the description hereinbefore first designated. See. 2. That the third Section of the act which this is amendatory, be, and the Same is hereby repealed. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of Bouse of Jtepresentativas. WILLIAM MEDILL. President of th Senate. May. 1,1852. 69. AN ACT. Making appropriations for the year 1852. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the State of Ohio, That the following sums be, and they are hereby appropsiated, out of any money in the treasury not other wise specially appropriated, to be paid for the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty two, V17. For the payment of the members of the general assembly, their clerks and assistant clerks, sergean's-at-arms, doorkeepers and messengers boys, the additional sum of seven ty thousand dollars. for the payment Of the salaries ot the gov. ernor; lieutenant governor, auditor; treasurej and secretary of state, the attorney general members of the board of public works, libra rian, and the warden, physician and directors, of the Ohio penitentiary, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. For paying the secretaay of the governor. clerks in the auditor's office, two clerks in the treasurer's office, and clerk in the secretary of state's offiee including the additional com pensation allowed by the appropriation act of one thousand eight hundred nnd fifty. which sum shall hereafter be allowed to Suid clerks annually, twelve thousand dollars. or contingent fund f the governor four thousand dollara . . ;,.. , ; .-. - , ; For contingent fund of the auditor of state, three thousand dollars. , v For contingent fund of the secretary tit state, one thousand two hnndred dollam - For payment of the salaries of the judges, of the supreme court, judges of the courts of common pleas, judges of the superior and commercial court of CiDcinnsti( the Superior court of Cler eland, judge of the criminal cnurt . of Hamilton county and reporter of the , au- preme court, fifty-six thousand doll.ua ' . For salaries of the superintendent;, pfiyal- -cian, steward and matron of the lunatic assy lum, three thousand two hundred dollars. . For provisions, household expenses, clotli. ing, servants, fuel, stationary, labor, medicines -and contingent expenses for the lunatic asyl- urn, the sum of twenty-two thousand dollar- For salaries of the superintendent nni steward of the asylum for the deaf and dumbi one thousand five hundred ddllarat . , . v For salaries of the trustees matron ah! assistants of the asylum for the deaf and dumbi tour thousand nve hundred dollars. For provisions, household expenses, cloth ing, tuel, iHDor, servants ana contingent ex penses, of the asylum for the deaf and dumb, ; three thousand fire hundred dollars. . For the salaries of ihe fcllMeiitttendent still steward of the asylum for the blind, rid thousand nve hundred dollara. - For salaries of the teachers, matron.' assis tants and artisans of the assy lum for the1 blind- three thousand fire hundred dollars. For clothing, provisions, furniture ; labor, servants, stationary, materials for workshop, contingencies, for asylum for the blind, throo tbosand five hundred dollars. For state library, one thousand dollars. ' For stationary for the state, the .additional sum of fifteen thousand dollars. - - ; " , , For printing the bills, reports; journals; - documents, and other matter ordered by the. . Senate and House of Representatives, , inc. ti ding binding and covering, the additional sum of twenty thousand dollars. - , tor printing, covering and binding tiro laws ... . .a . . . and Ohio reports, four thousand dollars. .." . , . For distribution of the laws; journals and documents, the Sum of one thousand dollars. For compensation and expenses of the ad- ? jutant general, the sum of three hundred dol lars, to be paid on the caruujate ol the uov ernor. . . , 1 . For compensation and expenses of the quartermaster general, the sum of three buff' dred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of of the governor. . . '; V ' ' v . For taking care of the public arms,' undef tne directions of the quartermaster general, to be paid upon. the certificate of the governor, a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.' For payment of county treasurers' mileage; one thousand six hundred dollars. " . For re-payment of taxes erroneoosfy Col lected, the sum of four thousand dollars. " For expenses of speetal elections; one hiifl dred and fifty dollars. 1 " " .. For payment of wolf scalp Certificates, five hundred dollars. .. - . ' K4 Eor the purchase of fuel for the legislature' -and public offices, one thousand dollars. . ". ' For transportation of convicts to the pen'.', tentiary, and costs of pfosecutidri, and for re-,, paying any amount advanced by the treasur er, over former appropriationi the sum of twenty-two thousand dollara " For salaries of deputy warden and thT clerk of the penitentiary, to be paid out ol the penitentiary fund; to the deputy warden, seven hundred, and to the clerk, seven hun dred dollara . ' - For contingent fund of tne treasurer SUiet oue thousand dollars For contingent fund of the attorney geH , rali two hundred dollara V r Fof the 6slatie8 of the comrnlssibnera p-" pointed to revise, reform, simplify and abridge the practice; pleadings forms and proceedings of the courts of record of this State; ntA for' : their clerk, and contingent expenses, five thou sand dollara - . ' ', ,- ..To Raosorn A. Gillittj diairiniMS of the joint select committee of the Senate and ' House of Representatives, on the reception of the guesl of the State; for money etpeh'ded for-the" State, the sum of two hundred and nlnefy two dollars and sixty-six cent. " - For expenses of committees of investiga tion in each house in taking testimony, ser vice of process, and pay for the attendance , of witnesses, seventy-live dollars. ' ' To J. Boswell and son, for work' done and for desks furnished for the supreme court, a( its March term; One thousand and eight hun dred and fifty-two, under discretion of Said court, forty-one dollars and nineeents. 3 To Henry Fraas, for seventy-three Bay labor at the old State house, seventy-three; dollars. ' - ' ' . . T ' - To Henry Mack; forty six dollars; for fort six days labor on the old state house- ' ' To Thos. Bonsall, for assisting the state librarian, and for books sold to the Got-srnof for the library, the Sum of one hundred sud forty-three dollars and fifty cents: 11 ' To J. H. Riley and company; for Stationary' furnished to the court in bank, at its Decem ber term; A. D. 1851, the sum of one bun. Z dred and twelve dollars. ,T . To Samuel Williams, the sum of seven hun dred and fifty-eight dollars seventy cents, being the amount in full, due to . said Samuel , Williams, for recording five volumes of origi nal field notes of survey of public lands, lit -Said state; being volumes seven and eight of subdivisions of two mile blocks, between the old tevea ranges and ' the Scioto river, and south of the United states military tract, com prising eight hundred and fifty -one psgtfs; also, volumes two, three and four of subdivis ions into sections, in said military tract, com prising clfeveh hundred and eighty -one pages, being a total of twethousand thirty-two pages, at thirty-five cents per- page, making seven hundred and eleven dollars snd twenty cents. also for making Sepernte map ihdiceS of each township, at nine dollars and fifty cents tef volume, (flaking forty Seven dollars and fifi7 cents, in all, seven hundred and fifty-eight -dollars and seventy cont, the Said work' hat. ing been done under a contract with the Sec retary of state, the aforesaid volume seven having been erroneously included in a resolu tion relative to the claim of Samuel Williams; passed by the general assembly, JanOsrf wenty-second, one thousand eight hundred id fifty-one. . . . , lo H. Mason, tor articles of tin Ware, fur nished for the Use of ihe general assembly .Jart uary fifth. Anno Domino!; one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the stirri of two dollar and fifty cents. , lo j: fx. Hnllings, the sum of six dollar and sevpnljr-five cents, for varnishing desks id the House o Representatives.- . .