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LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. No. 117.] AN ACT Making Appropriation' ir the Puhlio W.iiks l Sec 1 D" II "nticle.l liy ilia (I.mwhI ssvn''li of the Stale or Oil . Tli il ili-u- i li-n h- opiim- Jiriatcdout of anj moDi-ys ill the I re imry il.liv. d rom the public ?orks, and nol otherwise appro iated. for conatructioli, repairs . sj peri ntemlf tiro sod expanres on the public works of Ohio, exclu sire of secton number three, sa defined by the contra-1 relative therein, of date November 1Mb. Mi. for th year 1357, the following mini, to For eonttucrtion and repairs, the sum of two hundred and forty thousand dolla-a, to bo ex Knded by the Board of Public Works, which is reby authorised snd direct d to proceed im Me diately to put all the canals or ihe Slate., other than aaid section number three, in good naviga ble condition, and the other public works of the State in condition for use. for superintendence, attorney's fees and inci atentala, tne sum of eleven thousand dollars. For incidental expenses of the otlice of the Board of P. l.lic Woiks, including Hie salaries of Bocreury and auUtaul secretaries, furniture, r aord books, stationery, blanks, postage, and ex penseaof the board, throe thou-aud dollars. For payment of engineer to giiase surplus water, leased snd now used from the canals and alack-water improvements of the Stato, fifteen hundred dollars. For the payment of the salaries of the Members of the Guard of Public Worki, the Bum of furtj five hundred dollars. 8ec. 3- The parties to the several contracts made by the BoHrd of Public Works, on said thirteenth of November. 1&."5. for the k. cping in repair the public works of the Stole, and all oth era, claiming to be interested uuder them in snd contracts, bv assignment or or otherwise, are here by autoiiied, within ninety dayafrom the passage' of this act, to bring an actiou in the Superior Court, or Common Pleas court of Franklin coun ty, against 'he State of Ohio, on said contracts, for the recovery of such damages, if any, as may be due them on account of the refusal of the State to execute said contracts: and sai.l actions shall be pmrnrded into finsl judgment according to the eodeo i-iil procedure, as in cases between pri vate individuals. Bee 3. The parties to said several actions, shall hive the same right of appeal, and to prosecute writs of error as is or may lie provided for in suits between other parties, anil cither paily may ap peal from judgments rendered in said superior court, the same ss if the judgment were in the omnvjn pleas court, and upon the same terms and e .nditionsss are herein provided as to judgments in said common pleas oourt. The Stale shall not be required to give bond on appeal or the proso autiou of any petition in error, but tne appeal shall be perfected on the part of the Sta e, on the filing in the appelate court of the papers of Iho stveral eases, or s transcript of the journal eutries of tbe Common Pleas Court. See. 4 Service of summons in the commence ment of said suits may be made on th.i Attorney General, lor the State, and the service of all or ders, summonses snd notices which may be ucc esaary in the prosecution of said actions shall be complete if made upon said attorney General. Sec. 5. Said Attorney (leneral i hereby direct ed to defend all suits which may be brou.-ht on any of said contracts, and all acts in the preiui-es done by him shall be vjhd for and against the Bute. Sec. 6. SaiJ Attorney General is hereby author ised to employ such assistant counsel and .rents ss he may deem necessary, and their compensa tion shall be paid out of the Governor's contiu gent fund, on the certificate of said jlitorney Gen eral. Sec. 7. Trocess mav Issue from said court to st.y county or this State, to auniiuou snd tecure the personal attendance oi such witnesses as may be rt quired by either party; and said process shall in all cases l.e served by the propel officer of the couuty to which it is issued: Provided that either arty may take depositions 'of ailiiesies reaidinirj out of Franklin cu-inty. 8uc. 8. Tbe seve-nl actions herein authorized to bt brought shall have preference in all courts overall other suits peudiuir therein. Sec. 9. The Kurd of Public Works is hereby authorized tu purchase of the several contractors of the several sei-iioos or ihe public works for whom no appropriation is mad, all boats, tools, horses, and materials owned and provided by them lor .repairing said several sections, and pay for the same out of any money herein appropra ted : Provided, that no property heretofore tak.-u ef the State by any contractor at an appraisement shall be taken by Ihe S.atc at a price higher than that allowed to ihe State for the same, except in cases of boats the value of which may have been materially iucreaatd by repairs. In case of pur-, Chase, the value or all articles taken shail be do-, teimined by three disinterested m-.ii, acting under oath, fairly and impartially to discharge their du tv. and to bo chosen by the board, or by the iiR-ni-1 ber thereof having charge of the section on which said articles have been ued. See 10 The Bo rd of Public Work is hereby authorised to receive the surrender of the several contract hereinbefore made for keeping in repair the public works of the State, other than the con tract relating to section three, from such of said contractors as m y desire to m:tke audi sunender aod to pay the said Beveral contractors the actual value of all work done by them in pursuance of said contract, since the loth day of November, Sec. II. That said board is also authorized an directed to pay out of the moneys herein appro priated, to each of said contractors other thim the contractor on said stctioti three, the just atd true value of ail work doue Ly them uuder their respective contracts sine the coiumtucuujcht of the present fiscal year. Sec. 12. In case the plaintiff to ar.y suit here in authorized to be brought against the State, shall recover damages against the same, ou ac count of the non-performance ol aaid contracts, and final judgment be in favor of said ptamtilf, the boaiu of Public Works is hereby authorized, if iu the opinion of the board it will subserve the interests of the State, to renew with each or said parties so recovering the contracts upon which the recovery ronybohad, for the portions of said five years remaining alter aaid final judgment; . said renewal shall not be made except uoou the giving ol sufficient security satisfactory to the board, fur the faithful performance of saiu con tracts, and upon the release by the party recover ing said judgment, Ut the State, or so much of aaid damages so recovered, as may, by the board be deemed au amount justly proportionate to t e portions of said five etirs remaining after the aate oi said nu u judgiuum, wun reference to tin period for which damages shall have been recov ered. See. 13. This act shall take effect on its pas aage. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. No. 118] AN ACT To pravide for the more adequate punithment of sfce crime ol maliciously silting ana injuring horses snd other animals. Sao. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That if any person or per sons shall wilfully and maliciously kill or destroy amy Dorse, mare, loal, ntty, mule, ass, siieep, goat, cow. ox, steer, bull, heifer, or swine, the - ni ol another or others, of the value ol llur.y five dollars or upward,, or snail will utty and malicious y injure any such animal or animals, the prop rty of another or others, to the amount of thirty five dollars or upwards, the person or persons so oif. ud ing shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convictiou thereof shall be imprisoned 141 the penitentiary and kept at hard labor not more than three rears, nor less than one year. tSee U. That if any person or persons shall wilfully and maliciously kill or desiroy any horse, mart., foal, tilly. mule, or ass. sheep, goal. cow, ux, steer, buil.hrifcr or svine.iiie properly ut another or ofliers, or less value than thirty-five uuiisii, ur .nun wiiiuuy iuu lueiieiuusiy injure any auch animal or animals, the property or an otber or others, 10 an amount less than thirty five aoiiars, succ person or persona snail upun Couvic lien thereof be tiuel In anv sum not more thai two hundred dollars nor less than five dollars or imprisoned in the jail of the county not exceeding tares montbs, or uuiii hm-d and lo-prisoned a aforesaid, at the disctetioo of t)ie court. See. 3. Nothing in int. act sii.tll be c instruct) to cxteBd to any per .en ho!i.i!l Kill or ii.i.r. aav of the before m iiiioncd animals tresoa-kniL in his or her iu.-losure, nor to any person causing any etirn injury iu enoeavoriog to prevuot au. such iuiiiim1 iiuoi committing a lrpa, nor to a iy person who shall injure any sni.uil .lul. ua- trespass, d up .0 -o'ti (.eisou or his r,,tlM-i y . rtlule such person is eudiuivo'i 'rf I" c o-H" I such v.iiesl or ft 111 in si M ! 1 ' hi" pro-- i- , or driving .n.h ii..it..u! or 'mens, 4 wnv tVuvi'.he sauie S-e 4. All i,if'.,r-..s uuilrr trVs ael -iiail lie uros.TU.ed in I 'to elrnu rnl.imir s il or may lie !ro.'i.l'l In laiv for llu li-" .secuti.ill of otfenr-e of i'.c .1 i'i,e g-al.i in ihs diitcrcnt counties in this s a e. slcc. 5. That section thinv-sevon of nn act f r the punishment of cer'aill offences therein named, h, and the snme is hereby repealed: Provided, that no prosecutions under said act shall be abated by Ihis repeal, but ahall proceed the eaiul as if this act were not N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. No. 119.] AN ACT To prevent the introduction of intoxicating liquors into county jails. Sro. 1. Be it enacted by the General AssemWy of the State of Ohio, t hat il shall be unlawful lor auy sheriff, jailor, or oilier pcrsou lo convey or procure lo be convey a! withiu the walls or any jnil n the Si ate, any spirituous or malt liquors, or wine, unless ihu saute shall have been piesc-tlied as medicine by a phvsicsn for a patient confined therein. And it shall be unlawful for any sheriff jailor or other officer, hr.ving the clisige of auy jail in this State, to knowingly permit any priso nor confined iu sm-h jail, to receive by any means whatever, any spirituous or malt liquor or wine, except the same be prescribed a3 nbovo named. Sec. 3. If any sheriff , jailor 01 other p. rson shall violate this act, he or they shall upon convictiou thereof, be fined in any sum not decoding one hundred dollars nor less than ton, or be imprison ed in the county jail not less than ten nor more than thirty days. It shall bo the duty of tliH judges ol" the courts of common pleas to give litis act in cnarge 10 grant, juries ai,eiu;u iuu eci j session of said courts. Sec. 3. This set to take effect fcpra and after its passage, anj all fiues collected onder it shall go intu thecou-ty treasuries asolhcr moneys collected for general revenue. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. No. 121.] AN ACT . ; i I I , I ! . ! To amend an actemitiol "an act providing for the appointment or otlicers ol the Ohio Peni tentiary, fixing their compensation, prescribing their duties, and determining the mnnner of working convicts," passed April 8, lcsrG. Seo 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the warden shall rt) ceive an annual compensation for his services not exceeding twelve hundred dollars, to be fixed by the board of directors. The clerk shall receive an annutl c impensation for his services not exceeding eight huudred uol- lars. The deputy warden shall receive an annual compensation for his services not exceeding eight huudred dollars. And each assistant keeper employed shall re ceive a com,,en-ation not exceeding forty dollars per mouth, except those assistant keeper, who have the imniedia'e ciiarge of the prison, rs in ihe workshops aod kitchen ; al o the night-wa.ch, who may receive forty-five dollars per moiuh, to he determined by the directors. I he clerk, deputy warden and assistant keep ers, shall be removed from office only by a major ity of the directors; but thu ward n may suspend the t-nme from duly lor improper behaior, incom petency, neglect of duty, or disobedience of or ders; ,11 which case he shall iminediarely notify the nearest director of the fact, in writing, speci fy ing the cause of such suspension; and the direc . - C - II .1-..11.. U I A ,1... ... . r. I,... - no ificaiioti with heir records and -hall net upon . .1 . ., 0 UJ .t.u. ... .-. i, iifiu 1 ! tors Mian cait-iuiij' uiu nim uib.,i.c n iixi. oilier' shall be emitted tu any co,u,euu,o f.,r th ,i: dminir which sncli HruuMo i iu.v cm I liuuo, Ufilt'ss Jit; dii'.'Ciurs? thill r iu;o to friincUoa Nti persou go einpli-ycd fihtill ba entitle I tn.orj sh.ill ri Cciveany j njiui iut i . Un: -h.pe of b t.ird or prov nioii'. c trii.i'i; or It'iivf. tr c.t'u ur main lei.rtiico of ihe -iime. eHh-T fur ih'mfivt.s t t'-itf-iltes, or hh.ill bt p-i iuittt.l to r. cuive n. c-oi.p; n sa'.iuD or reg ard ut a iy duc- iputin from eo;i; r ct ora. Ami if any person t-o eu1pl.13 t.-tl sH:il re-1 cci t'ivo any cornpcufl:ioii or rtwurd of ;r.y d"-. Bisriptioti tfoiu any conuac or, to pAunuLc il lete-t. or HilvantaiiO of sn.-h Cfiitriactor, .r umbo u-ro iif ai.y vroperty uf any de-ct Ij.tj .n . e liiiiiitg t Ltie petiitemiury fir thitro-.va privalt; piirpo-t'S, iiuU'-. the SHine sludl Unva ii t bt-en pa d for, or chart d on the ri-ular b o!i.-i ii ti,; i, nice of t'lo in-tit ition, at a price areo 1 011 with iho wa d-.n and directors, such per.aon ... 1 be ds.vni.nl jfinlty of a mUderneaii'tr, and upon enn vuMittti ih-Tt.ot, shall be lined 111 any ft'iru n.it cx ci'edin live hundrerl dolU a. ami bj im;jriotif;J tu the cotiurv jail n.-t eicceednu' r.ixty da,ii, and hint II bt dt-chiirged I'roia hm oihct. -Aud if any otruerncuretheec.ipe of any convict, or aidorin as.-mt iu ihe escape of any convict from tho pent- tenLiary whiihur such c.mvict escape or n,r, he'of bhail upon couvic.ion thereof tu aen'encvU to ' hard labor in the pe:.itenlmry fur any term not lent thau one year nor mure than thre. yean. Sec 2. The warden is heret.y authoriz -d pud re- quired, 80 far a practicabiH, to cl.wi.fy tho con- i 1 . l.i 1 . '-.. vices accoruing 10 ineirao, unpoiioiii,anu moral 1 haraclor; placing all young men under the age of: iwei.tr-otu) Tears, (uulesii ihe character And con-' durtot so rue forbid it,) in a shop by thinclvei, aud t've tli in uch work oarritd 011 in ihe prison, a knowleJu uf which stiull be most ben llciul to thf.o wln-n di eh ir .1. A-id n shall be th'1 convicts who do not nossesH a ffo.ii knowledge of' n-Mdiurf and wriua. and tho rudiments of aiith-; lu.'lic, for two huar.-. uurinir, the eve:n; of each working dav, beiweeu the li.u'enth da ..f Oct ) and the'tifteeutu 'lay of April, and fr on and a half houra during the evening of c.ch wo kii g daj the remainder of the year; at which litue the chaplain, or hia assistant, hll iiiMtrurt tuein in' those brauche of educa.ion 'Ihe wardeti tsli Ul aUo f iruish each prisoner aulticie.it liht toen able him tu lead from the time he in abut up in hii cell until the rmgiut; of the bell fur (join t.t bed,! the warden has good caue to believe he is tin improper use thereof; in whichcase he ehatl not be su luruunea. ana tne tact toijetuer with the cause, and the name of the convict, shall bd reported iu writing to the inspectors at their next vibit to the prison. Sec. 3. It shall be tho duty of the warden aud directors to a. low to all cbuvicu to whom, from the nature of their eiujduy uicuL it id iiuposs ble to assign a daily allowance of work, aud who, in the judgment of the warden and directors, are en titled thereto by their fidelity aud esara labor s ich coiiipensaUon as may appear to t iem e'iiu ble iu comparison with the amount of labor re quired of othr prisoners. If such labor is per formed for a contractor or the warden, the said compensation to be required from the contractor or warden lor wnoin 11 was per or it a ana shall be collected and aepliuthe same invmeras other! over wutk money it sueli JaDJt is peiTormej f:ir the Slate, it shall be paid for by the S;ate. And it ahall be lawful for the directors ud wardeu to auitably reward, at their discretion, auy prisoner! who, by meritorious conduct, may signally serve' the interests of the institution or the State; and may permit any extra n w ml to be given t i pris oner by contractors, not interfering with the in terests of the Sta a. St'a- 4. AIL of aection four and section seven of the act to which this is amendatory, shall be and the sa.ue ia hereby repealed. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. No. 123.] AN ACT la addition to the acts now iu force to prevent nuisances. Sua 1. Bo it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Tht very person whtshsll erect, keep up, or continue aud UMintuiu auy nui sance, to the injury uf any psrt of the citizens of this S'.atu, hhull be li.iu.i in auy sum not excetidin live huudred dillars, at the discretion of the court, and the court hall, moreover, in case of couvic ti m d such o.T-'U e, order every buch nuiauceto be abated ur leinoved. Sec '4 I hu. ihe ending, continuing, using", or maiittaiuiii nuy baild 1., structure, or oilier ptuce lor the eerci -e of au trade, employ niuiii .nan afact ire or other busiueb, which by occasion i- :r ui Aioii exhalations, noisome or olfi-usive siuels, becomes irioun and diiiferous tu the, health, comfort or pnipirty of individuals, or tho public; thu turnup or sutfrinir of auy tftfal, til.h. or n .i-.oino fiiii-iauce to be co'lccicd, or to remain in a iy l 1 e. to 'h- dnun ;e n prejudice of others, nrilui pub io. the obor act on or impeding, with out le ;sl authority ill" passage of any navigable river, harbor, or collection ol water; or the cor rupting, ot rendering unwholesome or impure an wster course, stream, or water; or unlawfully di verting any such water-courao from its natural cour-e or elate, to the injury or prejudice uf others; and the obstructing or incumber tig by feuces, buildings, structures, or otherwise, -ny of the public highways, or s;reeis or alleys of any city or village, sha lbe deemo nuisances; and every person or persons guilty of ercting, continuing, using, or maintaining, or causing any such nui sances, shall be guilty of a violation of this act Sec 3. All pr aecutions for a violation of the provisions or this act shall be by indictment in the court of common pleas of the county in which the offence is committed, and in case of the con viction of any pron for any such nuisance, the court shall make it part of the judgment of the court, that such nuisance b abated or removed, by an order to be ii-sucj from ssid court to the sheriff of the proper county, for that purpose, be abated or removed before said order shall be at Ihe expense a id cosla of the defendant in such prosecution, un ess such nuisance shall issued to the sheriff. Sec 4. Any person injured in his hcollh, com fort, property, or 'ho enjo inont of his estate, by any nuisance, may maintain, agaiuat tbe party guilty of the same, an action for the recovery of damages as iu olher cases. N. H. VAN VORHES, the House of Representatives. THOMAS FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. No. 126.] AN ACT tH counly 111 win -h tho petm-m ii peiiuing, or ID a 1 wp;n.? cou-ity, 0- .,uil Have no atturnty rewrui;.i,i:n iu auch county, or an adjoi'iiug county, no. ice of the time and plrxeoftakiiijc depo- ihall h,- t;,veu by pubiication tn some news VAV r f general ci.culuuon in the county where pending, for three couscuave wct-ks Pnur thereLo, ani a copy of such notice shall, at ifU.Msil.i.tis.i r,n!.li..ai;AntliUPl,r .bnn.ilJ 111 wmen iuh court m. i.i iveju.iiu-nnu iuvof .. lhe wife for aliiii-jny kI n.e, v 1: h .ut sra-.lin? a di ber vorce.iu cases under section fourteen of --aid act, ' ca-ea where judmpne is rendered for both d.vorce and ahni.my, either prty may appeal aiiy hual judrnen'-. or order, to the di-V:C i cout aim o'.hr .'4:s: IVovid. d that in cases ? 'er stclious one ' two of this ait aud fourteen uf lUd Rct whlr.U this is a-nendtory aud in all "thur cases under this act, when the wife shall ap uuless ! P1"1 she shall not be rtq nru to t;rve bond; Fro making vided, also, that iu rases where judgment in ren- ! 1 lo atneud tho net concerning Divorces niony, passed March 11, 1653. Sio. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Oht 1, That sectioo threo of the act concerning divorca and lilimoliv, passed March 11, 1?5J, be amended so as to read ss follows : Sec. 3. That in all cases wnere a divorce shill be applied for, the com. lainant shall file his or her petition in the office of Ihe clerk of the court of common pleas of the proper county, which pe tition shall stale the true cause of complaint; and if ti-e adverse party is a resideut ol the couuty in which the peiilion is filed, tho clerk of sli d court shall issue a summons directed to the sheriff of the couuty, which, together with a copy of the petiliun, shall be served on the adverse piety at least six weeks before the h.aring of the case; but if the defeu ant is not a resident of euc.h coun y, then notice of the pendency of said petition, con ta ning the suoslanco aud prayer thereof, shall be giveu by publication iu some uewspiper of gen eral circu'ati ,11, iu the county in which the case is pending, for the term uf six consecutive weeks, and iu such a case, a aummous and copy of the peiilion shall forthwith, ou the filing nl tho peti tion, bo deposited iu the post oiH e, directed to the defend .lit al his or h .r nlacc of residence, un less it shall be made to appear to the court, by nlridavitor otherwise, that such residence is uu kujwn to the applicant, and could not -.villi rea sonable dilligencc ue acei'ained by him or her; or if Ihe defendant shall reside iu any other county or this Sla.e, the epp icaut may, at hisor her elec tion, give no.ice uy sorv ce ol a summons and a c py of ihe petition, a. least six weeks bc-fire the hearing of sa.d case, aud said case may be heard aud decided at auy lime after tbe expiration of six weeks from tho service of notice eiilier by ser vice of s.linin lua or af.er the first publication iu some newspaper, as provided in this s-s-iuu. bee 2. That section ten of said act be aoicuded so as to read as follows: Sec Id. 1' hat the wife may filu her pei.i;lou as aforesaid in the court of commou pleas, lor ..liiuony aloue, or in c ise a pe tition fur divorce siAll have be -n filed by the hus band, she may tile her crusi peiilion for a'.iinuuy, wi'h or without the prayer for the dissolution of the mariitgo coutrac ; which petition or cross- pctr.ion for alunouy may be for tho following causes to w,t: tirst ujuitery; second, iuci til iliitv; tTii, RrKimloriiiieniOi thu wilts wun- 0 11 w'1L'n j? a 9f f cmirtnmw of ill-i r.-at ment oi tue Mrt of he hu -b.Mid, whuLlu-r the wife be 111 untaliitid by the hiis' .imT or noi; fifth lnbitaal dm 11 ken 11 and Sixth, conti in iiiiiiil in thu peii'teiiliary uf Ohio, or in the p'-uufiiitjiry or si:Vo prison of any ol' tin. Uiiit"d .lie., or en her of t e u-rriio.iya there f, or iho DiV.iu-t uf Ooiuiiibia, for any crime or t.rfj ice of the saniu el.R'iicier or srjije a-t or tu iy be ly too l::W" of tho S'-aie, pnni'h-.'tl wr.h i'n-p.-i ttif!ii-.-ii. in tip; pi luti'hiitry. in wiueb cit-o the ipir! :c 1 io:i bha.1 Ht-ii,' wiille the hub uJ fu Co.. filial. tii.c. 3. Tint section fiiVen of said net be 8i aui.-u.k'd at lo n.-rid f,jltj: St-c. 15. In all i'Pili- aiiuiit for t-ivo.-ce, or lor alimony a!o;if, and in ca-ed wii-Te th- p-i:'.:n't i liied und.-r Iho fo ir lee tih -cclioti ti t:ii: :tcl t ,1 -vhich thM im ainunda tiry writMi the v a t u.?e.t -hall r-' -.iJo m th.1 cn;i;,ty wht.ru the npp'icnti'in madf, or tne pi't.tum filed, the' on.iii. Killers in ea.-.e of ii.al il.ty, be exiuiined in oj tn C i-irt; bat if ihry bhaH rt-.tide out 01 Hie C'-uiiiy or tie unable to a'.tcnj court; th..ir du, o -iii on. ttiv .m ii as in otiier case-4; butwht.n th adverse pariv Ji iU ur.t r:si.I-r wi:b- " ut""" kUW jnuii'-miu ...... a,u, n tho post otlice, and directed to tho defendant, t his i.r her place of reside-. ce, when such re.- dence known to the p titioner, or can with rea sonable dili 'erne, be aceriaiued by him or ber. Sec. 4. That auction seventeen of said act be amended ho as to read a fjl.owt: Sec 17. In all ca"8 tied r tiiis act. in , h'ch the Uurt of Uoui- I'iuu-i shall dl-miis tha petition, except hear.utf oi the oa:eoh its men s in case ur-u mi uuu uirjiwwu i'""lrii"'i (hall Apply only to sj much of tho judgmuut as relates to the alimony. Sec 5. That section nine of aaid act be amend ed so as to read as follows; Sec. U. That Lha said court while in session, or any judge thereof, uurin vacation, upon sufficient notice to the op posittd party, shall have power to la-it alimony to the wife fur her sustenance during the pendency of a p -titton for divorce or alimony alone tiled for any of the causes aforesaid. See 6 That original section, three, nine, ten, fifueu aud seventeen of said act be and the samu ro hereby repeald. Set. 7. Tins act shall take eff-fct on the pa-na:'.H thnreof. and hall a 'ply as well to cases n-w .je.nl' a, to caws where an original or cross pui ti-ju tor alimony has been heretofore tiled, and rutrd arainat, the petitioner and the case removed in od faith, by appeal or by filing a transcript iu the D. strict t'ourt to elfecl au appeal, a d re mains undecided as to est-.tii hereafter to be commenced. N. H. VAN the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. AuoiToa's OwiCK, Wood Co , O June lrf.'7. I hereby certify that tha above laws un- nccord- iiiij to the copiei furuishiJ by the Si en tary of State. JAMES W. ROSS, Co. Auditor. HOUSTON t GODWIN, IlilA l.llltS IN Dry Uuuds, fit jreries, itnoti wol ft fin? t. Heady Mart Ct-iii', r-rit, is.'-t, fotutots, ' (Ills, r.t L.r. Bl'l.l.lSO AT IMsfAI. I.OW I'KIfKH. Perryslmrjf, Jan. ljii. A . G . W I N S L U W Iroa-Foanier and Hachinist, Has on hand uu vi' ii-ive and iipprovtd utsortment I'al'lM'llri fill MILL C.EiltlXfi, CAPS .. SLLS, VEliA.XnAS. puu eu.-tniu'" i inTiiii r. mi k (iniie to order ttu short uoiit'e, and Iu a waiiHtiM't.n'y iii.inuer. Ktn-a Ikon For n nit r. iiAi mek City, Ohio. t iPi.it !l ANtl'.y :S. An exteuive vnrioiv: eiuhia- i t iiif- indo Shsdes, ll'd JUn r, border Ae. of lit; 1, asi. received and for Rale ehenp Git ANG Iilt'S COMTMEIICI.VL AND MaTIIUMATICAL INSTITUTE, COLUMBUS. OHIO, Splendid Imlucement$ to thou W10 with to attend a Vommercinl College. SITUATIONS GUARANTEED ! Trrnox tree ! SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. fT0 THOSE WHO KNTKR MT IXSTITFTE. or 1 remit m At), and thus secure GUAKAXTKR SCUOLARsSHU'S, any time before the 1st day of no rfepiemner, can, upon cnmnieiinif a tnornugn course of Double Entry Uook keeping and its Cot I ut ter I Branched, secure a lucrative employment tn Cotn mereail or Banlnuy IIouteiaa Accountants within nine ty rifty after their graduation, or else they will be in demnified to the full amount of the turn f aid for tu ition, find thuft realize Free Tuition, or I.ncrnllvo Nltuntlonu (rndtiates from thia IuMttiuioa are now tilling re- ponsinie and luerative positions as Cailners, Uook keeners and Railroad Office Clerks, in ditftrent sec tions of the country, and are being preferred by busi ness men to Graduates of any other Mercantile College. Ilpnca the uhove unparalleled inducements which noth ing hut tho preat Superiority of my instruction and thorough trainhijr of my students for business life would warrant. The principal of this Institution has been a practical acromitiut for a longer period than any other Teacher m intr t tf.tr rrn rouitirt. Address the undersigned for further pfirtlculnrs. Mny 14. 18;, 7 VM. , UUAXGHR FUJliNITUltE,T CHAIRS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. rTMlE Suhscrilier Manufnclurcs flml ler-ps on hand, at X his Ship nril Wnre-room,onl:rtutsti-eet,onedoor wen oi iienr.. rowers, 1' A III NET WARD ti CIIAIR8. of nlmost ererv description, ami of course nl all prices. All niv work Is warranted. Work made to order, and repairing attended to. Harinjr a good Hearse, snd gisid workmen, I sro pre pared to attend to this as it should he, WELL. Tl KM. I sm also In order to du all kinds of Turning, at my ri-i"ry 01 ine liaraunc, Newels, Banisters, Broom-handles, Cabinet Work, &c. Ten Pins Chiiir Stuff, &c. Orders by mail, or otherwise, prnmptlr executed. WILI.I.VM L'llOOK, Jr. Perrvshurpr. Mnv 9. 1IW7 A'iTJltf MILLINiCaY AND DRESS M IKINQ. M 11$. A. S. W0OB5, IIus perumneutiy located in Perry nburR, and will keep constantly on hand an assortment of fashionable millinery, sueh us hniiiict. Kihliono, flowers. Borders. liriiids.Capt iri mminys. &c, &e., suited to the wants of her customers. She U nUo prepared to renovate straw bonnets, or geuth.-men' IV.n.nna and Leghorn Huts. I'uriiL'ul.ir auetnioii willhej;iven to dres makinir. and hjn.y ixperieuee warrants her in helioing that he will he ahle to plt'iiae the inoit purtiL'ulur. Mnv. l lih. IS.'.?. Ilydmulic Furnace & Machine Shop of i:o. X'. ISZtOW.X A CO. HVA'ING enlarged our stovk of rittterns. and em ploy ii.jr the best of workmen, we are prepared to make to order Castings for Saw and Grist Mills, urnnypart tlioref, on short notice. Imvi tlului of mueliiiierv, and feel eoht;lrnt iu nut. in:; that we ean mal.e a jjooil work as is made in the west, lie keep on lituid MULLEYS &. WATER WHEELS of the latfi iiiinroveinetiT. We aln mauutucu S J S W A S 3 1 35 O A U I , Long's Improved Plows, Nos. 1, 3 & 4, ""I'lid an.! tnusiieu in v;nod vie. Steel Teeth CuUfi'iiturs, Cmihh ?, :j,o iin-l pail Ivetllo.Wai'li lloxL'..leigh Shores, X. C.. whieh we ort'er at wholesale or retail. Oi'.rr- irmn alircnd nrumptly filled. Furnace, on lljdrii,i" "' Front iitreer. if IlKO. W. IlKuWN. L. M. II f ST. A. SMI '111 B- v IXfrVlTrTCK.The l'i:ititrnnu. Uaxr jllOW 'ip''Tl liid Ti'.l.sffd tOtliafiMlllI sf m i l)u;ne- p.iper.hav iiid ell tinld.Silrer.-uii! Kt.ttnru CxeliaiiL-i-and :iMisaei"t lie r business in rlieir !iiir. lutf re-T pttiti sjii fim-d.'.'"tT- .1 . H. N I iJTON.i H-.hi-.-r. 4 Dealer in 11 nil 1ji 'i.iiaeiuTi oi Cabinet Warts Cuuii. Vc I 7 1K PS con-simMy cm l.ai-.l a larse assortment iu V hi line. emhuKiug a great variety which he is preps) rod to sell ut reai'muiile rate.'. All kinds of cabinet work donu to order on short not' -e. Ware room, on Front street, nearly opposite the Ech:utife. l'errvhurir. Ohio, April !. 1 Q 7 -H DOC i'Oit HOOi' l. VX D' GERM BITTERS, iMiKi-Anrn bt Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'a, Pa. WII.I, r vvki 1 tai.i.v ri hK LIVFR COMPLAINT. DYSPF.PSIA. .IAU NDIC Chronic or Nervous Ihbitity, Diseases of the Kidneys and all diseases arising front a disordered Liver o tiwiitnch. Such an Consti pation, Inuard Tiles, Fullness of blood to the head, Acidi ty of the Ktoniaeh, Nausea. Heartburn. Dirut for food. Ful n -! or wii;:ht iu the stouueh. Sour eruetations, tiid.i'1 or riiitt'i-in; it pit of the stoiiuich, swtniniin'f of the head, buried and difficult lireu thing, t lutterinjr at the Heart, Choakiii'Tor sutfitcatiii''iensationa when In a lvinir nos- ture, diiniiP!, of vision, dots of webs before "the sijiht, t ever and dull pain in the head, deticienevof perspira tion, yellownf of the skin anil eyes, pain in the side, bulk, chst, limbs, &e sudden Hashes of heat, burning mine nesn, cousin in iiuniuiuifs 01 evil, and irreat uu- pritsion of spirit The proprietor in callinir the attention ot the pub lie to this preparation, does ao with a feeling ot the utmost 11 ride nee in its virtues and adaptation to the diseases for which il is reccominouded. It is no new and untried art tele but one that has stood the test of ten years' trml before the American people. and its reputation and tnie is unrivaled bvanv anuuiir prBpurHiiuiis exianc. 1 ue testimony 111 its ra vor uiven bv the most prominent and well known Phv. siciuns and individuals in all parts of the country ia immense, anu a eareiui perusui 01 tne Almanac, pub lished annually by the proprietor , and to be hud grat is 01 any 01 nis agents, cannot out samty the most sucpiiuai tnai tins remeuy is really deserving the great ('fiieoreiy 11 na uinaiueu. 1'riueipal Odice and Manufactory, No. 96 Arch St., I h 1 hide lp lua, I'a. Certificate of ItALr LUTE, Esq., Editor " tsptru jj me 1 iinen, irontim, mto, Ikonton. Ort. 30. 18.'4 Dr. C. yi. Jackson Dear Sir, 'J'he bitters are iu .rreat demand here. Iu addition to the quantities sold by Moxley Si Barber, yonr agents, the two other stores sell more of them than anv other medtciue. 1 find they are much used by convateseent fever patients to rebuild their broken eoiiMtitutions. 1 have used during' the )at summer, in my o-.vn family, four bottles. They were reeeinnended to me first bv a neihhor.at a time when my syttem wus intudi ilehiiitatcd from the effect of a severe Uillious fever, 'i hey Kilve nie ' appetite, and restored a tone and viur to my whole system. In one of the September munbors ui'my paper I related niv experience of the gu-jil effiitu of the Hitters.since wlilch time they have had a large sale, mid have now become the st juJard tiK'dieiue in this vicinity. In conviusion, 1 would hay that 1 fee) i;rcat pleasure in giving you this testimony of the vulue and success of your preparation. Ueapi'i'thilly vurs, HA LFLFir. C n EAT Cl'R K, AFT1! R TU F. PlIVStTIANS II AO FaII.KD. litsi:i,vii,i.K, Ohio, Jail lt. In:,;',, Or. C M. Jnt'kriini Dear tr, "lie would inform youlhnt we are out of ymir JJitters, which timl a roadi sale. One nf our neiKlihnrs has been doctoring foi some time (u-e think abmit two year with nit tin doe-toi-s in the country, but all of no avail. He looked u uuH'h like a deud man L'uinv uh'Jiit 11s unvihin'j w( eitn enuipare tutu to. 11; oei'rinwiiig of tho enll. !U"af.e appeiiied to be With hurd iiiM"-uiisiou prevailed on him to try wn;r hitters, with the promise to him, if it dil no L'ooJ ar'u s would eh hiiiii'iu for it, pnnidcd hutcmk bottles according to ilie di rection, which he hastloue, nu I is now entirelv cured, aud has become a well man. This em u lias created great sale iu t hi- neighborhood." ttespeetfiilly. I.DWAUDS & UltOWV. They are eutirelv vetretahle. tree from all injurious ingredients, or jle.diolic stimulants, always sirengtlau 1 of; ituu unvvr pro.irui uijf ine fthifiu. Price 7;'ic. per bottle. Sold by Druggists and Store keepers in every town and village iuthu Lniitd State and Canada. Sold bv II. BFllltlTT. Maumee Citv; PKCX HAMILTON Penysburg ; Llusdnle & "Bros. Freu oort ; Not nn& Brett st or. bcouh Uixls ; Juo, Uradner. vmt lidlrovw. I tve. a - & CITY CLOTHING E M 1 o in I HI , Wm ROBERTSON, niiiuineo (Jlty. Ohio. HAS just received a choico selection of Fall snd Wlntor goods, coniisting of French and Knglinh Cli.tln, Cns.iinercS, Overcoating, and Doeskias; IMaln and fancy Silk, Sotin, Velvet, and rich Plush Vesting,; w hieh he is prepared to mnke up to order, in the must fnshii.nal.le st vle. and warrant to give entire satiafnetion or no sale. Also, Shirts. Undor-Hhirta. Drawers, Col lars, O loves, Cravats, Scarfs, Ties, Sinpendcm, Half i- Ur aim duck oaunriets, son mr and wool uats, plush and cloth Caps. Also. H E A 1 Y HI A t E riiOTMI HO, which he Is constantlv manufacturing and selling at pri ces lower than is nauallv naid for Eatlm 7Viu,. mH "to sell." As his clothing Is manufactured under his own supervision, ne can recommend It as being well nisde. and of superior qiialitv. Htore, one door west of Allen ft Nelson's brick build ing Sent. 'ill. 18--4,vja II. ISUIJ..ITT HAS removed hi Orujr Store to the building formerly oecupled bj O. D. ltanney.on Wayne street, (near the (took store,) where he ha opened the largest rttoek of Drugs, 3Iedtciiics, and Cftcmtcah. ever before offered In Manmee City. -lie returns hih thanks for the liberal patronage previously bentowed upon him, and hopes by diligence and punctuality In business, and a liberal policy to his patrons, to merit a continuance of past favors; ansuriu them, together with all others who may favor him with a cnl), that it will be his pleasure, at all times, to furnish them pure medicines of almost every kind, and medical advice, it necessary. A variety of Chemicals, Pttre Wmes and Liquors for Medical or Me chanical purposes, (but none of an inferior and deleterious composition,) Flavoring Extracts for Cooking, Per fumer y,T (wt'i Pastes and Powder s. Skin Powders, Hair Restoratives and Hair Tonics, Lip Bnlm and Pomades, Shaving Creams and Soajve, Toilet 8oars ; Cloth, Hair, -Hat, Tooth, Nail, Bcrub, Paint and Whitewash Brmhet; Fancy articles, Spts. Turpentine, Lin seed, Lard, Whale, Tanners', Fish and Neats-Foot ) I L S ; PAINTS, White and Hed Lead Zinc, Chocolate or Fin Proof Paint ground in oil, a new article, and finer Paints of all colors ; Dye Woods and Dye Stuffs, Window Glass and Glass Ware ; Gro ceries, such as Teas, Su gars, Rice, Pepper, Spices, .f'C.. and mnny other articles as well as n large variety of proprietary Medicine, n.inpted to an niseiisps. no niv also net up a new FOUNTAIN, from which lnMiies n jet of ice-cold mineral water, at the pleasure uf the op erator, fur the tpceiul benefit of his customers. August 'i, 1H.,. 25 WITNESSES, e on. Till-: S FORGEK CONVICTED. a JOII.V N. DYE IttTIU: Al TiEOIt, Who hus had 1 yf.ii's. cpciieut.e as a ii..ukcr am I'lihli-iluT, and autlior of gU A stries of I.'ffnres at the liro.-n'tritt Tr.hermuU when, for lo fun-res-ive niht.-, !ocr o.nno IVitpli-;,.. 0U. C reeled him with Hounds uf Applaue.v hih- he " e.hiliitcil the inauner in wlin h ( 'uiiuu i r e.e- cute their Frauds.iiuil the-siitv'it itin! Iiui i- vt liii'iuis in" d.'i.'1-L iv ( .1:111! 77m ;. .V f lhirir rs o!.' je. ' t-.t.t Uf is few G Ki;.vTi:Nr !soi:icV oi Tin I S'.t-.'iit leiilu v lor I)tttTt:iiir t'oimtf tfcit Hunk Not Peserihiui; f.very (.eiiniiiL iiii in l.i-tv in 1; ani Kx'iiii.i.iii;,' ul a ui.in -e i'M rv Cui.nuiuil in riii-ui ttion ! ! Ov Arranged so n bdiial P, th a i;KFFi:KN('K is eas and I-!-, i 'A "i ll N I ttt.i ut ini-mi!.. o N'o Iliilf In examine! o i.;r:i tu htmt up' Jjf l AH hii 1 in 1 m , 11 e. l ami at ranged, tint Ihe .iy r ii. ni. -tui iMiii.i'i iLiin iiumiii an .nan t i.ii wee (tn in a it'K.'rc. r.if'tisn. 1 1-nuh ift.l Vitrmim. ff: Th'is E:ch inay read the mihl- in his own A'.itiv n-ta Toi.'.-ie. y. Most WvV vt Hunk Nolo List 'Publith' d. JS' All Uw Privat" Il v.Uv A i-'iinpli-te snnun -rv of i!n .1- AMi.iiit i!l l e p'lMi.-lud tfilhci' Vli.it all the iuljMlUm Mso a l i. in Aiuerii'ii. -.vck or F.fitoi'K s3 .11 tach e.ii aV-..S Ol t.U' I IN I Eh KSl ING S I OKIES !'rotn an Hd MauuserP't Imiti'l in the Fat, II inrushes ?ii m fomp'te History 01 :Kifc..TL IsIFK dt serlhlni: the n.wt pel ple.viu po.-itioiw In whwdi the l.adier and tielitleuien ol that country luivrl ihroii til unit tile v, liole vt-nr. and will rrttve the- most entertaining ever offered to the Public. Furnished Weekly to Subscribers only, at $1 a year. All letters initt be d dressed to JOHN S. DYE, Iiroker, K Pul Usher and Proprietor, 70 Wall -street, Aew P3 York. April il, 1R.17 J4HA2.Iy By Dr. Roback'a Scandinavtn llemediets. At i r.it years ot study, analysis and experiment, Mr ltubnck. the cmuiinent Swedish Physictaii.suceeded In produeinga metlieinefrom the montitaui herhsof hisiia tive land, which acts directh upon the causes otdiseaseiu the blond, and by restorinf.the corrupted fountuinof liteto a condition ot health and pur in , expel disiase 'rom thosvstem wherever it ma be located. or whatever mat be its vtiaraeter, iuu;LC3tit-r, nervu-r .-n'lnt'tntuf, epileptic and ether fits, cu-jhs. ccnsumt tii n in its early stages, tore throat, bronehits. fever and ague asthma, low spirits, sexual incepaclt y, feminine weak ness, pricking: of the skin, snipttmatic of paralysis, rheumatism, neuralgia. tumor, cancer, dinbutes . lassi tude and debility, diarrhea,and all other disorder of the organs of respiration, the liver, the kidnes. thcstoui ach. the nerves. or the musculartihre. are unerrinirk cured by this (reparation. It is to the matertes morbi. or teedsof disease, ts bat an alksli is to an acid; it neutralizes them with absolute certainty, while at the srme time it regulates the secretions, removes obstruc tions from the bowis.creates appetite, renews bodilv vigor and regenerates everv animal function. Such is the nature, such are the effects of Dr. Kohack's fa moulScandinvhin Blood Puritier Pills, will not onlv obliterate the most painful diseases, bnt iirevent their recurrence, and lengthen ate ueyona its ordinary span. To nreventimnosition.nurcliaseoulv of resnectabls druggistoJiVcof regular agents or ut Dr. Ituhaek. sole pronrit'ter and niauufaciuier.Glth street, Cincin nati .ft'ice of Purifier jjU.iUfper. buttle; ti bottles (uj1WVjA H cts. per. box, and 5 boxes for $l,u(i, Tkkue IUute. Ind. Oct. 12. 155, DB.BoBAfiK-'Kir, -The last thr..e butles of your 111.. ..j n..-m 1 . I . lievedmeoi the last vestment nij rheumatism, 1 con sider the cure all hut miraculous. After having suf fered the most acute agony, almost without intermis sion, for eight years, and being lor three years a crip ple, lean scarcely realize the fact that at'this moment. alter uavihg used ynur Scandinavian uemuuies torunit three monllis auu a tew uats. 1 am a nule. lieurty man editable of manual bibor. and entirely free from pain, When 1 first applied to you. by letter, for u supply of your medicines, 1 was.ittle better Minn a aunatical -ke etou. Fur more thau two years 1 had never enjo) ed one hour of unbroken night rest, and uivmtnd sinking with my body, had become greatly enfeebled. ti:e verv first bottleof the Put itier v rouj lit a surp rising change for the uetterin my system, biul alter inking Unit w o tul restorative, togetliet- uib the lliuod 1'ihls. Inr one month. I ft It tltat a cnuiplete regeneration of evert itiiiina functi'iu w asm progress, 1 k not deceived. 1 11 m now, at til vears of utje, as free from evert t nn ton) of rheunmliMii uhI nr.s at '11 , There can lie no doubt that this wonderful cure if due to vour remedies alone. and I am willing, it' it will serve ton or inuduc, others to seek relief from the same source, thai this let ter should be mude public, Yours. .1 A ('Oil Al KINS. OlNriNA'!l, Dec. ItH. lh,"i. Pr.C.AV. Rnn.WK -Dear Nir : 'J hi w HI ei rtitv that I called ou Dr. It (dm ok Inst y, inch iitid irnt hiiiio of hi Scandinavian P h-cil Pnritii r, w hich hub tiitircl v curt me or a eoninhiiht ol Mtie months duration . and after j tryinir other physifi-'iis t illioitt 1. t!Vi t. I, as a hist re source, cull' l n the . I iinmed Dr. ltobuck, und he relieved me ot the Nemali .ti gctl'.-r with weak the'baek. In the cotir-eof three u- Km tri m tl.e time tirfct applied toet up :in. attend to business, and (' sati-lvsav that from tliiil time I have etuoved ihe best of health. Those whosittVerhig l'r n aiiv'lllliej'S tt oiihl do weir tit call on Dr. Boback, it hisest iblishnienl, No ' G Kut Fourth strtet. II, C. S I I. V A BT. No. 17 ChcHtlilit sirei t For sale bv Peck Sc TIamiltoh. Perrthhure. Dr niKHiTT,Manm-e; W.i II . Honn. Bowi'ino (.hi:i:.v; vi. & 11. 11 ak kins, Portiiue; Levi Tavioh. New Wetfield: G, LamkeT & Co.. Oii.kao; L. L. Moue ho.sk A Co., Waieiville.nnd for sale by Drugists aud Dealers in Medicines generally through the country. December li, JiJOi--32Jy. I AYER'8 CHII1T PECTO RAL TOa Tllw RaPin nunv nw Congha Colds, and HoarneneMk rJJ'rK'', Mass., Dec. 20th, 1865. Ih. J. C. After: I do not hesitate to na? that the best remedy I have ever found Tor Coughs, Hoarseness, Influenza, and the concomitant symptom of a Cold I your Ciixhut Pkctobal. Its constant use In my practice ahd tny family for th last ten yesrfl has shown ft to possesa so perlor vrttje9 for the treatment of thea complaints, KBKNKNHJHT, M. D. A. B. MORTLY, Esq., of Utlea, N. Y., writes t "I have dssd vour Pti m. sell and In tny family ever since you Invented it, and believe ft to bt? the best medicine for Its pnrpose ever pui out. With a bad cold, I should sooner pay t26.0flf ' for a bottle than do without It, or take anv other remedy. vik sslFs..a1 vuufiu, iiiucnxa SPKlNdPiRi.n, Miss., Feb. 7, IHfifl. tirother Aver: I Will cheerfullv certify vnnr 1mtml Is the best remedv we nosscssftir the Whonninrr Pnnah Croup, and the chest diseaseor children. We of your fraternity In the South appreciate your skill, and com mend your medicine to onr people. xtrxa 1 TPi7 w it IKAM CONKMX, M. T. AMORj.EE. Ksn.. Montoi-Av ! .rii.. 0.1 I had a tedious Infliionta, which confined the In doora sIt treeks: tnnk mnny medicines without relief: finally tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman., The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and lunus; less than one-half the bottle made me complete ly welb Your medicines were the cheapest as well a the best we can buy, and we esteem ydu Doctor, and your remedies, as the poor man's Mend. Astnmn. or riithlslc. and Uronohltlsr Wbst Mamchksteh, Pa,, Feb. 4, 185fl. Rin: Yonr Chrrrv Pectoral is nerforminrr marvel nni1 enres In this section. It has relieved several from' alarming symptoms of consumption, and Is nowcnrlng' a man who has labored udder art affection of the Inn gs for the last fortvvears. HENRY L. PARKS. Mer. A. A. RAMSEY. M. P.. Albion. Iowa, writes Kent. tfi5: I) urine mv practice of manv years I have f mi nil' no thlnff equal to your Chert Pectoral for giving ease' snd relief to consumptive patients, or curing such as are curable. We mi Klit add volumes of evidence, but th mof convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found' ill iwturvH ujmpii trim, l oiistimption. Probably no remedy has ever been known which1 cured so iiisiiy and such dangerous rases as this.' Some nn humnn aid can reach; but even to those the l Awry I'erttiral a fiords relief snd comfort. A stub HotSK, New York City, March 5, 18.8. Dr. Auer, Liwell: I feel it a duty und a pleasure to Inform you whnt your Cherry Pectoral has done for my wife. She hud been for live months laboring under the' dangerous symptoms f consumption, from which no Hid we could procure gave her much relief. She wns steadily falling, until Dr. Strong, of this city, whero we have come for medical advice, recommended a trial nfvmir medicine. We bless his kindness as we do your' hill.forshe has recovered from that day. She is not' vet lis strong as she used to he, but is free from her uugh, mid calls herself well. Yours wiili gratitnde nnd regard, OKLaKDO SHKLIJY.oif Sh.l;.vvim.. Cnnnniptivi s. lo not despair till you have uled Aif-r's Chi mi P'Ct'oraf. It is nude by one of the best al ciicimsts in tiu woriM.f.nu it cures hii arotiuu us bc-Pi ak the high merits oi its vintxvs.i'hdadeiphia- Prepared by UR. J. C. AYER. Practical and Analytical i hemist, IsOtcell, Mass. I'llh K, $ I ("I lHt I's-TTLK. AY KITS PILLS. Piiick tt.i Cts pi'r Bm. 'il'l b il. Itiirtilt. A Hi -11 A Ne!-'itu. Maiiiiiee, Peck A ll.iniiltiiu, l'err sburg, and by till Drngvi-ts evcrv- Iiitc Scot. 2i'ly. CAIlTLSrs SPAMMI .1E1TI HI: riin i.HrAT im;i:ihi.I or thk nbtum! T1IK BKft?r AL'IEUATIVE KNOWN 1! .".0 Particle of Mercury in it! , inl';iliilil.- i'i i!ii-',v Inr Scrofula. King's Ltil, l!lien lii.n i in. ( M ii 1 11 ill' 4 u. 'i neons I'.ruplb'os, Pimp leu or rot tiles on the I-ace. lilotch.-. llniln. Agu- land PevT, t Tronic Sore Ltes. Kiiignoim or Tetter, Scald hrud. Lldargetiicnt and pain ot the Pom - niid Joitttt, Suit Khtuiii. Stubborn I I eers. I, v j ihilitie Disor ders, and all iliens es arising from au i. 'judi cious useol'Mcr enrt. Imprudenco In Lite, or impurit t of theltlooit. Tb; prat nlferative iedieine and Purifier ef tha I Hood U now UM-d by ihou-v. uds ot grateful patients iroiu ull parts of ihe I'nitt d states, who testify dailv lo the remarkable en res performed lit the greatent rf :I1 medicines. " CAliUUCS SPANISH .MIX ! I HE." Nunilgia, Kheuni.iti-m, Scrofula. 1'ruptions on the -kin, Liter Disease. Fevers. I leers. Ohl sores, A flec tion of the Kidneys. Diseases of the Throat, Female complaints. Pains and Aehings of the hone and joints, .tit- bpetdilt put to ritglit by using this inestimable rein ed v. for alldiseasei of the Blnod.nnthing hns yet been founa to compare with it. It cleanses the stsiVm of all iai purities, acts gently aud edii iently on the Liver ami Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to th -toniaeh. makes the skin clear and health t, and restore the Constitution, enfeebled by diteat-e or broke a the excesses 01 vuutn, to its pristine vigor and strength. tor the diseases or females it is peculiarly appli cable., and wherever it has become known is regular) prescribed with the happiest effects It invigorate the weak and debelitated. and imparts elasticity tn flto worn-out frame, clears the skin, and leaves the patient fresh and healthy ; a single bottle of this inestimable remedy is worth all the so-calltd Sarsaparillas in exist ence. The targe number of certificates which we have re ceived from persons from all parts of the I'nited Suites, is tne nest evidence timt mere is no numuug nuout it. The Press, hotel keepers, magistrates, phyrriau, aaatl public men, well known to the community, all add their tcMimouy to the wonderful effects ofthisuuEAT blood ruHiriKH. Call on the Agent anj get an Almanac, and read the details of stouihing cures jterforaied by cahtki'i si'.tMsii mixti'I'I . in wot rates whrre rrerithtng else had si guat I failed.) The limits of au advertisement will nut admit their lull insertion. Wm. S. ULl'.KS k CO., Proprietors, Ko. ao4, Broadway, New York, To whom all orders must be addressed. Fur sale bv Druggists aud Country Merchants laaB parts of the Putted States and the Canadas, and fey PPCK & HAMILTON, Per rt!. burg, sad H. PlK R1TT, Maumee City. "(Sepl. 11, IK-u--ry avflicti:d head i i piiilaull1miia mkd1cal iioi nr. es tablished tvtenty-twoyears ago by Da. KINKF.L 1N, comer of Third and Union streets, Philadelphia, Pa, TWENTY-TWO YEAH Experience has rendered Dr. K. a most successfu practitioner in the cure of all diseases of a private na ture ; manhood's debility as an impediment tu mar riage; nervous and sexual infirmities, diseases of tha skin, and those arising from abuse of mercury. TAKli PA HTlCL'LAlt NOT1CIC. There Is an evil habit sometimes indulged In by boyt in solitude, often growing up with them to manhood; and which, f not reformed in due time, not only be gets serious obstacles to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious, and da-1 vacating otleetiuns. Few uf those who give way to tins pernicious pi ac tiee are aware of tlu? consequences, until they find lha nervous system shattered, feel strange and unuccm.nt alde sensations, und vague fears in the mind. (See pa ges. '27, ifS.2!t, of Dr. It's, hook on Self Preservatu .") The unfortunate thus a fleeted becomes feeble, is un able tu labor with uccu-ttomed vigor, or to sppl) his mind to study ; his btep is turdt und weak ; he is dull irresolute, and engages even in Ids spoits with less en ergy thau usual. li'he e itiuncipute himself before the practice has' done its tvuixt, and enter malriniony, bin marriage is unfruitful, ar.d ins r-tnoe ttlla him that this is caused by his early follies. These are cvusiderativuM which should auuktii the utttntion of all who are similarly tituattJ BLMl'M Bt B, He wtio places luins- ll under Dr. Kii.kcliu treat ment, nnit it li-jiour-ly confide in his honor its u gentle-, man, atidr !v upon tho af-suninee, that the secrets of Dr. KY puiii i.fc will never he (!ish.ed. Young mini let no fnh e nicdcsty deter you fn-m ma king vourca-ie kuov.u to one. who, from ttiueatiou aud rtpectiibibty.ciiu cerlailil) hi friend tou. Dr. Kiukeiin's rtni.lente 1:; been for the last twenty yeursatthf N. 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