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LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. NO 132] AN ACT incorporate the U.uih of OVo . ' See. 30. The Mtocklml leri roMect vely, nf any Winch, shall at ini lime bi'liublu liuch branch, it Her as principal, debtor or Riireiie. or both, to an amount exceeding one-third part nf the capital stock of such branch, then actually paid in, aud remaining as capital stock; nor shall the direc tors. Collectively, bo so liable to an amount ex eeeiling one third part nf stock actually paid in, felandfriff in the r name, and of which they are, collectively, the bona file owners in their own riijht. See. 31. The directors of any branch first elect ed shall hold their places until the first Monday in January mxt thereafter, and until their successors shall bo elected and qualified ; all aubsennent elections (.hall be held annually on the first Mon day of January, and the dircctoraao elected sbnll Hold their places for one year, and until their eucces-ora are elected and qualified; but any di rector removing from the Mate, or ceasing to be the owner of the requisite amount of stock, shall thereby TacaU his place. Any vacancy in the board shall be filled by appointment by the re maining direct trs; tho director so appointed, ahallhold his place until the next annual election, and if, from any cause, an election of directors shall not bo made at tho time appointed, the branch shnll not lor that causo be dissolved, but an eloction may be held on any subsequent day, thirty days' notice thereof having been given in a newspaper printed in the county whero the branch is located. Sec. 32- JSrvry branch authorised ts carry on the business of banking under this act, shall be held and adjudged to be a body corporate, with succession, for the term of twenty years from the date of the certificate of association, and thereaf ter until its'aiTairs shall be closed; and if its cor porate name shall be competent to contract, prose cute and defend actions of every description as fully as natural persons, and process against such branch may be served upon its president or cash ier, or by leaving a copy thereof at its usual place of business during the usual business hours. Kachof said branches shall, during the term of twenty years fmm the date afoicsaid, if so loog it hall comply with the provision of this act, have power to loan money, buy, sell and discount bills of exchange, notes, and all overwritten evidences of debt, except such as it 6hall be prohibited by this Act from buying, selling or discounting; receive deposits; by and sell gold and silver coin and bullion; collect and pay over money, and trans act all other business properly appertaining to banking, subjpet however, to the provisions aud and restrictions contained in this act; may acquire, hold and convey such real estate as may be ueces tfary to the rmvenient transaction of its business, and no :iore; but may, however, acquire title to any real esta'e pledged to secure any debt pre Tiously contracted or purchased on an execution riT order of sale, to satisfy any judgment or decree in its favor, -or which shall have been conveyed tb it in payment' of any previous debt, but shall not hold any real estate so acquired longer than is necessary to avoid a loss of any part of the debt, interests and costs, for tho collection or security of which it was acquired; hut at any tiaie before aelling the same, upon being tendered by the last preceding owner, or his legal representatives, such sum shall be necessary to save Buch branch from loss of any part of the debt, interest, taxoa, costs, and other necessary charges fr the collection or security of which such real estate was acquired, such branch shall release to such owner, his legal representatives or assigns, all its right, title and interest therein. Sac 33 Xo branch hall, at any time, issui or have in circulation any note, draft, bill of ex change, acceptnnce, certificate ot deposit, or other evidence of debt whioh, from its character or ap pearance, shall be calculated or intended to circu late as money, other thin such no tea of cirulation as are by this act described, and which such branch is by this act .uthorized to issue for the purpose of being circulated as money. Bee. 31 Ettch branch shall receive at par at the office or banking house of such branch in pay raent of debts due at such branches for notes of hand, bills of exchange, or other evidences of debt, diftconnted or purchased by, or belonging to ffuch branch, the notes of circulation isbucd by an? otl er branch of the Bank of Ohio. Sec. 35. Each branch shall, at all times, have on hand, in gold and silver coin, or their equiva lent, one-half at least of which shall be in gold and silver coin in its vault, an amount equal to at least thirty per cent, of the amount of its out standing notes of circulation; and whenever the amount of its outstanding notes of circulation hall exceed the above named proportion, no more of its notes shall bo paid out. or otherwise put in Circulation, by a-jch branch, itorbball su h branch increase its liabilities, by making jicy new loans or discounts, other tluiu dUco-intiiuj or purchas ing bills of exchange, payable a" siijht, nor make any dividend of its profits, until tha required pro portion between its outstanding notes uf circula tion, and gold and silver oiii, or the.r equivalent on hand, shall In restored, victual dop'iils wi'h any solvent bank, of established credit, in the cities of Nw York, Hoston, li.iltid?lphia, or Hal timore, subject to be drawn against a sight paya ble in gold and silver coin, shall be deemed equivalent to gold and silver coin, wherever these terms are ued in thi- act. Sec. 36. No branch organized under this net shall, at any time be Indebted or in any way lia ble to an amount exceeding two thirds of its capi tal stock at such time actually pain" in, and remain ing as capital stock undiminished by losses or otherwise except on the following accounts that is to say, First On account of its notes of circulation; Second Ou account of moneys deposited with Or collected by su- h branch; Third On account of bills of exchange or drafts drawn against money actually on deposit ' to the credit of, or due to such branch; Fourth Liabilities to its stockholders on ac count of money paid in, on capital (stock, divideuds thereon, and uudivided profits. Nor shall any branch, either directly or indirect ly, pledge, hypothecate or exchange any of its notes of circulation for the purpose of procuring money, to be paid in on its capital stuck, nor pledge or hypothecate directly or indirectly any of such notes to be usedWn its ordinary banking operation. 3ec. 37. No branch shall, during the time it shall continue its nrM'ratione as a branch, withdraw or permit to be will d awn, either in form of divi d'euds, loans to stockholders, for a longer period of time than four mouths, or in any other in inner any portion of its capital stock; and if losses fthall at any time have been sustained by any Branch, tq lal Uior exceeding its undivided profits then on hand, no dividends shall be made, and no dividends shall ever be made by any branch, while it shall continue its banking operations, to an amount greater than its net profits then on hand, deduct ing therefrom itslos-es and bad and suspended debts; and all debts due to a branch, on which in'eret is past due and unpaid for a period of six months, unles the name shall be well secured, and shall be in the process of collection, shall be considered bad or supeuded debts, withiu the meaning of this Be tion. Sec. 3c. The directors of each branch shall, remi-anuudlly ou the first Monday iu May and November, declaie a dividend of so much of the net profits of the branch as they shall judge mx pud ient, on and each dividend day, the cashier, si ad make a full, clear and accurate statement of the conditiou of the branch as it shall be on that day. after declaring thedivideud, which shall be verified by the oalb of the cashier, presiJuot and two of the directors; and similar state row nts shall sli j be made ou the first Monday in each month in each year, which sU'eiueuta shall contain, yirthe amount of the captal stock sc'n ally paid in, sod then reaaiuing as thu capital iocs uf the branch; Second The amount of tht bills or in tea of the branch thun in circulation, specifying the amount f each denomination; Third The g re u test amount in circulation at any time since the umkiiig of the last previous statement; as shall have been exhibited by the weekly state on uts of the ca hier, specifying the time when t6 same occurred; fourth The amount of balances and debts of every kind due lo the- branches of the Hank of Ohio, the amount due tool her bank of the Statu, and the amount due Fo I auks uot uf this Slate; Fifth 'The amouu due to depositors; Sixth The total amount uf debt and liabilities of every description, and tho greatest aiuuiiot inct thu linking of the last previous statement, specifying the time whou the sane o-C'irrvd, a exhibited by the weekly statement of thebr&uch; Seventh The total amount of dividends de clared os the day of waking the statement: KiffhlM The amount of gold and silver coin and bullion belonging to such brunch, aud in pus ft4Msiun St tketiiueufiuuking the statement, dvsig- , I nit:ng the amount of each; N inth-1 ho am MintMihj ct to btt drawn at sight iu gold and silver, then remaining on -b p mm with S'dveiit specie psying hank in the citius of New Yor't, I'hilfl'l.'pfiia, Uo-tou, aud UaltimorH; Tetlh-Thn amoTi.it thru on h&i 1 of bills or n-it-js, I ned hy tirauchs or the Bunk of Oiiio, th amoiin. i -i ned by other bunks of ihia State, and ihu amount i-aucd by banks not of this State; Eleventh The amount f balances due from branches of Bank of Ohio, the amount due from other banks nf this State, and the amount due from banks not of this State, excluding, in the lnlter case, deposits in the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, subject to sight drafts, payabble in specie: Twelfth The amount on hand of bills, bond, notes and other evidences of debts, discounted or purchased by the brdiich, specifying particularly the amount of suspended debt, the amount Con sidered bad, the amount considered doubtful, aud and the amount in suit or judgment; Thirteenth Tho value of the real and personal property, held for the convenience of the branrh specifying the aninuut of each; Fourteenth The amount of renl estate taken in payment of debts due the branch; Fifteenth The amount of undivided profits of the branch; Sixteenth Tho total amount of the liabilities to the brnnch by the nine tors thereof, collectively, specifying the gross Amount of such liabilities as principal debtors, and the gross amount as endors ers or sureties; Seventeenth Tho total amount of liabilities to the branch of the stockholders thereof collective ly, specifying the ganss amount of such liabilities as principal debtors, and the gross amount as en dorsers or sureties; which statement shall be forthwith transm tted to the Bank of Ohio aud Auditor of State. An abstract of every such statement, showing the condition of the branch, shall b immediately published by the branch insnme newspaper printed in the county where such branch is situated. Sue. 39. Ihe general assembly shall never Im poso any greater tax upon property employed in banking under this act, than is or may b imposed upon the property of individuals. Sec. 40- Kvery branch may tnki, reservn, re ceive and oharge on any loan or discount made, or upon any note or bill of exchange, or other evidence of debt a, tho rate of six per centum per annum on the amount of any such noto. bill of ex change, or other evidence of debt so disc Hinted, and no more; Provided, however, that intcre. t may bo reserved or taken in advance at the time of making the loan or discount, according to the usu al rates of banking, or as calculated in rowlett s tables; and the knowingly taking, reserving or charging on any debt or demand discounted or purchased hy any branch, a rate of interest preat er than that allowed by this section shall be held and adjudged s forfeiture of such debt or de mand, but the purchase or discount of a bona fide bill of exchange, or note payable at another place than the place of such purchase or discount, and the taking or reserving of interest thereon at the rate aforesaid, from the time of such purchase or discount, until the maturity of such bill or note, shall not be held usurious, although exchange on the place where it is made payable, is at the time of such purchase or discount, worth s premium; nor shall the discount or purchase of a Dona ti le bill or note, payable at a place, between which and the place of discount or purchase, exchange is in favor of the place of discount or purchase, and the taking in addition to the rate of interest afore said, the rate of exchange between such places, be deemed usurious; Provided, that no loan to, or discount in favor of any director or stockholder iu which more than six nr r cent, shall be taken, re served or charged, shall be forfeited, but the same snail rje vatia against such party. Provided, fur ther, That ni more than oiio-hilf of nn,i r.pri.nK . j--- : ..... ih u nange upon any sucn paper , ... o-.iuw, nua no morn man one per, cent, upon any such pincr payable out of this and in no case sh ill more than tho current rate of exchange between such places be taken, Sec. 41. The total liabilities of any person, or of nny company or firm (including in the liabili of a company or firm the liabilities of the sv-1 eral members thereof.) to any branch as acceptor or acceptors of bona fide bills of exchange pays-1 bb) out of Ibis Stale, shall at no time exceed one-1 fourth Of the amount of the notes which Such branch is authorized to circulate, exclusively of Imodiums s acceptor or acceptors, one tentn, ana exclusive of all liabilities on such bills of ex change one-twentieth part of the amount of such uwu-s. No branch shnll, at any time, pay o.ut on loins or discounts, or in purchasing o' drafts or bills of excnaiitfe, or in payment ot depositors, nor shall iu any mode put iu circulation the notes of any or bsukiuir company which notes shall not at that time to receivable at par in payment of dubts, by the branches so payintrout or circulating such notes, nor shall it knowingly pay ou' or put in circulation any not a issued by any bank or pausing company winch at the tune ol such pay- ing out or put'ing in cireulat on is no', redeeming its notes iu gold and silver, nor any uotts issued by nny bank out of this S'ato. All notes bills, and oth"r evidence of debt, ex-' cepting bilUoft'jc .'hangu. discounted by any branch bo made by tho te.ms thereof, or by special payable sohdy to such branch, and no such evidence of dt bt shall Ik assignable ex-j ccpt for collection, or for the following purposes : First 'o pay and rudeeui the circulating notes of such branch; S cond To pay other liabilities of such branch; ufter such liabilities shall have been dis-j charged; Third To divide among the shareholders on thvir stock. No branch shall issue any certificate of deposit, ,lof Kill f .1 ,i : i...r c order, draft, bill of exchaue, or other evidence of debt, payable in currency or in anything le val uable than gold and s Iver coin, except receipts for aptcial deposits; nor shall any such branch keep any accounts in currency or in anything leas valuable than gold and silver coin, 'except ac counts of special deposits. No branch, nhall be permitted, in receiving pay meut at iu banking house or other place than where the sumo was payable, of a-ty note, bill, or other evidence of dtAit, due to such hnmh, and payable at a place other than at its banking house, tj receive iu addition to the amount of such debt aud the legal interest due thereon, an) sum what poevei a premium, exchange or damages; Pro vided, Nothing in this section contained Khali pre vent tuch branch from receiving tho d itnagrs al lowed by law upon any bona fide bill of exchange, duly protested for non-acceptance or nou pay ment. 1 Sec. 42. All transfers of notes, bonds, bills, of exchange, and other evidence of debt owing to any br.tn"h, or of deposits to its credit; all assign ments of mortgages or other securities on real es tate, or of judgments or decrees in its favor; all depoaitsof money, bullion or other valuable thing f ir its use, or for the use of any of its stockhold ers or creditors; all payments of money to either, made after the commission nf an act of insolvency, or in contemplation thereof, with a viuw to prevent the application of its assets In tho manner pre scribed by this not, or wi h a viuw to the prefer ence of one creditor to another, except in payment of its circulating notes, shall bv held utterly null and void. Sec 4.1. If the directors of any hra ch shall kuow'ngly violate or knowingly permit any of the officers, ageuts or servants of such hr.iiicn to vioUte any of the provisions of this art, all the! rights, privileges an I franchises f such branch! shall thereby be fitrfe.il' d; such violation shall, however, be determined and adjudged by a court, of competent jurisdiction, agroauly to the laws of this Slate and thn practice of such court, b fre the corporation shall be declared dissolved; and in case of such violation, every director who par tici pitted in, or assented to the samu, tdiull bd held liable in his personal and individual rapacity (o ijaiingu which the branch, its shreholtteri, or any other persons, hody p diiiu or corporate tdia'l have sustained in coimcij iehon of such vioUt'on. Wee. 44. Kvery pr.Mideiit, d of, cashier, tid hr, clerk or ug"" !' any brin- !i, who tdiall embea z'e, abstract, or willfully misapply any of thn moneys, funds or credits of such branrh, or bhall, wiibo'it authority from the directors isuo or put in circulation any of the ti tles of such branch, or shall, without such authority, is-iuo or put forth my certificate of deposit, draw any order or bill of exchange. inak any accept u cu, bigu any note, bond, draft, bill of t-xhaiite, uinrtgage, or other iiibtrumc'iil of writing or shall iu:iku any f.tneu try on any book, report or statemein of 'he branch, with an intent iu eilhtir catu to injuie or defraud such branch, or to injure or defraud any other company, body corporate or politic, or any imn vidud person, or to deceive auy otKcer or agent appointed to inspect the sffairs of any branch, shull be dfcneri guilty of a mitidemfanor, and tuton eunviction thereof, ttriil be conlmed in tin puuiieuiiaiy at h ird laSor, not less thun one nor more Ujhq ten years, boc. 4'. StockholdcTS iu Lrauchcs, shall etch be individually an I severally liable to the credit ors of thu brunch of which they are stockholders, in a sunt equal in arrmu it to thn stock owned bv esch, and should any such branrh become insol vent, and its sssets bs found insufficient to pay its debts and liabilities, its stockholders may be compelled to pay such deficiency, iu proportion to thu amount of stock owned by each, and should the whole amount for which stockoolders are in dividually responsibly, as provided in this section, be found in any cane to be inadequate to thn pay ment of all the residue of the debts of any branch after the application of its assets to the payment of such dt'bu, then, the moneys due from Mock holders on account nf thuir individual liabilities as such, shall be distributed equally among nil the creditors of such branch, in proportion to tho amount due to each; the personal liability in this section provided for, is over and above the stock owned by stockholders, and any Amount unpaid thereon. Sec. 46 The general assembly may alter or re peal this act at pleasure, but no act altering or re pealing this act, shtll impose any injustice or wrong upon the stockholders of any branch. Ht'C. 47. Every branch shall have power to make all necessary and proper by-lawn for the manage ruent and control of its business, and to fix un 1 regulate the rate of charges for making collections, subject to be controlled therein by the llauk of Ohio. Sec. 43. No brnnch shall issue any notes in tended for circulation as money, except the notes furnished for that purpose by the Bank of Ohio, and all such notes shall bo payable at the branch by which they are issued, in gold and silver coin, the lawful currency of the Uniled States or either, at the option of the branch, on demand; they shall be signed by the president or vice president of the proper branch, and Countersigned by the cashier thereof, made payable to bearer, and shall be negotiable by delivery; all other evidences of debt, issued by any branch, shail be negotiable or transferable in thu satun manner as if issued by a natural pet son, and frhsll be binding on the branch, n hether under seal or not, and all such evidences ot debt, other than notos of circulation shail be p iyahle to the order of some person there in nnmprl Sec. 41). The branches shall continue to existso longts necesssry for the settlement of their affur, notwithstanding the repeal of this act; and no law shall ever be passed diverting or appropriating the assets of any such branch to any purpose othr than to the payment of its debts and liabilities, aud the distribution of the residue among its stockholders in proportion to the stock by them severally owned. BANK COMMISSIONERS their orticial proceedings to be kept in a book Ad be provided for that purpose, which shall be de State, livered by the president of said bo ml to the Bank, of Ohio, as soon as the same shall bo organized. Sic .-51. The board of b ink commissioners shall examine the certificates of the formation of branch ties es. transmitted to them as required b this act, t and sh-ill. by ono of their own members or other spe-ial agent app dnted by them for that purpose who shall not be a stockholder in any of the bran r hps fnrmpft umlnr tlliu fUimmrliaUlv nrn. , rectors of such branch, and whether their stock it holders, directors and officers ar men of respon bank sibilitv and inteoritr. and pntitlpd in rb nuhin in the business of banking, and shall cause to be made and attested by the oath of a majority of the directors, and by the cashier of such branch, a j statement of all the material facts necessary to en- ab'c the board of bank commissioners to determine whether such bra icli is lawfully entitled to corn shall menee the business of barikin-y undr the provis endorsement, ions of this nt.and such n?nt shall immediately report to tho board of bank commissioners such statement and his proceedings in the premises. Sec. 53. If, upon careful extminat'on of the certificates of associnti .n, and the reports and I statements of the special ag 'n's appointed to as and certain whether the branches so organized have cooi plied with the provisions of this act, it shall I appear that five or more suc'i branches have been I formed, and that their stockholders, ditectnrsand Sec. 50 To carry Into effect the provisions nf this act, Wm W. Scarborough, of Cincinnati, Franklin T. Btck'ia, of Cleveland, Hocking H. Hunter, of Lancaster, J. It Flynn.of Columbus, and Samuel Forrer, of Dayton, shall be and they are hereby appointed commissioners, and they, or a maj irity of them, afur taking an oath diligent ly. faithfully and impartially to perform the duties assigned them by this ct, a certificate of which oah sh'dl be filed and carefully preserved in the offic of the secretary of state, shall constitute a board to be designated the board of bank commis sioners; which board Bhall continue until the organization of the Bank of Ohio, as herein pro vided for, and thereafter, the duties which they are req lired to perform by this act, shall ba per formed by said bank; and if any of said commis sioners shall refuse to serve shall die or resign, fils'place shall be filled by the governor. Said commissioners shall meet in she city of Co lumSus, at such time, within thirty days after the adoption of this act, as shall be nppiinted by the governor, who shall notify each member of his appointment, and of the tiae and place of meet ing: they shall, when met, npp nnt one of their number to be their president, who shall, under the order of the bnvd, sign all official documents; u, oign nit uiuciui uutum'-iifi and they shall cause a fair and true record of all ceed to examine the condition of each of the branch? which shall have transmitted to said board the reauired cHrtificate: and it shall be the special duty of such agent to carefuUy count or j otnerwittu ascertain the amount ot money paid in on account, of its capital stock, to ascertain the name and the place of residence of each of the di- confidence; and the amount of capital stock of which each is the bona fide owner, whether such branch has con plied wi;h all the requirements of this act necessary to entitle the branch toenae ofhcTS, aie men of responsibility snd integrity, i i.i i.t: ' . i ' .i .i .. ... -i and entitled to public confidence, and that such branches are lawfully entitled to ommence the business of b inking, the coui nissionors shall cor tify the same to the goreruor, and shall immedi ately notify each of saiJ branches thereof; and within ten days after receiving such notice, each brnnch bhall appoint, !n such manner as the direc tors thereof shall prescribe, one person to be a di rector of the Bank of Ohio. Hut no person who Is not a citizen of tho United S ates, and a resident nf this State, and wh j his not resided within this Sta'eat least one year next previous to hU appoint ment, shall be such director. Sec 53 The governor if he be sarisfiel, that the law has in all respects bcn complied with, Khali issue his proclimitnm, sotting forth thnt such branches aru authurizsd to commence and curry on binking, at the places severally desig nated in their certificates of association; whic-i proclamation shall be recorded iu theoilice of the Governor, and a copy of t-aid record certified un dtrth? great seal of thn St 4e of Ohio, bhall be prim- facia evidence of the organization of such branch Sec. 51. The bank cnmnisdoners and all agents appointed by them, shall each bj entitled lo re ceive for their services under this act, five dollars per dy fjr every diy necessarily employed iu the discharge of th -ir duties, and their reasonable ex penscs, to be pud by ihu Hank of Ohio. Sec. " This act thai, take effect aud be in force from and a ter t e second Tuesday of October next, if tho same shall be .ipproved by a majority of th elec ora voting on that day, aud uot other wise. be my tul I I of do N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 14, 1856 No 138] AN ACT To fix the rates of tolls to be received by Incorporated Bridge Compuuies. Sko I. He it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That all bridge Companies in this Slate authorised by their charter to take tol:s abjve the rut herein provided are hereby a .thorized to charge aud receive the following r a: eh of tolls and no mor , Thai for e ich f.Jot pas senger , one cent, for each hotse, mule, or ass, one year old an J upwards, three en's, for each horse aud rider ten cents, fort-very t ltaii, charriot, gig or other two or four-wheelid pluaure carriage with one hur-e and d iver, fifteen c at , for every roach, ch trriot, or thr four wheel, d ideasure car riage, tlrawu by two horses mid driver twenty -ii ve cents, the baine drawn b four liornes thirty cents, for every sled or sleigh drawn by one h rse or oth er auimal ten centa. fit' each horse or other animal iu addition thn-e cents, for every w tun drawn by ono ho rce or other animal ten ivnts, for every horse iu adit Hun three cents, for every wagon drawn by two horses or other unimals fil'tuen cents, for every uorse or other animal in addiiioti thred cunts. for ea.-h head oi u(ut cattle, six mouths old or up wards one cent, and for every herd of sheep, goats, or h-igs onu-h tlf ctit: Provided, that ihi&acl shall bono construed ti effect any cornp ny in whose charter epeciul rates aru ptovided, aud no power give u to thu l-gis!ature to alter or anuud the bU'OU. It all 1 un N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 15, 1857. April 15, 1857. No. 139] AN ACT To regulate the enmpennatinn of Shcriffr for keep, lug and providing fur priaonera in jail. Sto. 1. Be itenaetid hy the Oeneial Aaembly of the State of Ohio, That the aheriffjof thenev eral cotintiea in the State ahall hereafter he allow ed such compensation an the county commission ers shall from time to time order and allow, not exceeding forty centa per tny, for keeping and providing for prisoners injaif, as required by the eleventh section of the act for the regulation of county jails, tinned March 13, 1843, and auch al lowanrea shall be made to the sheriff as part of the reasonable and necessary expenses of his office, for which he ahall not be required to account as fees, costs or perquisites, uudttr the provisions of the act to regulate and limit the compensation Of certain county ntficers, passed April 8, I8."ti. See. 3. That the act to provide for tho reduction of thn fees now allowed to shcrifTifor keeping and providing for prisoners in jnils, passed March 13, 1H41, and all acta and parts of acts inconsistent herewith, be and the same are hereby repealed. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect on its passage. in N. H. VAN VORHES, N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 16, 1857. No. 140.] AN ACT. ! To authorize tve foreclosure of mortgages exe cuted by Turnpike, Canal, or Hank Road Companies. St.o. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That in all caes where any turnpike, canal, or plank road company hiveexi cuted or may hereafter execute a mon gage, or 1 rrortgnges, upon any pnrt thereof, it t-hall bo law- ful for any turnpike, or plank road mortgagee, or 1 the assignee or assignees thereof, at any proper 1 time after the money secured by saiil mortgage or mortiraL'cs b comes doe. to fore.-ln.. irl m,,rtn. ! or mortgages in the same manner as if said mort- j ga?: zzn ,we.re,T,on re ere' an,' the sales so tna le shall be held to pass to the purchaser or purchasers, the corporate franchises of such company as fully as the mortgagor held the same at the lime of executing said enenmbrnnce. All' rnottgiftes up m real estate are h reby made appli cable n-ln or to the foreclosure of mortgages on turnpike, cannl. or plank rua-Js, so far ai ia necessary to carry out the provision of ih 8 act. ?cq. 2. The court bhail appoint the appraiser under th 8 act, and where any road or canal shall into or through more than one county, the court nmv order the same to be appraised and sold entire or in pa-cels at to the court may seem expe dient. That any purchaser or purchasers of any bucn ruau or cmmi or pan moreof Hi all be entitled corporate irancinserapurchasea. under this act as fully as they belonged to auch ! eorporation before such sale iu any nvne that may assumed by such purchasers. Ibis act shall laae euwi irotu its JOSEPH TRUESDALE, JOSEPH TRUESDALE, Speaker pro tem of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, President of the Senate. April 16, 1857. Auditor's Orncs, K"ood Co. , 0.) July 16, lt57. S I hereby certifv that tha above laws arr accord. ing to the copies furDixhed by the Secretary of oiaie. JAMES W. ROSS, Co. Auditor. DISEASE VAIVIIMSHED By Dr. Roback'i Scandinnvin limid!et. AFTKU vears of studv. snalvsisundeKnArimfn't. Mr ilobaek, the emmineiit Swedish L'hvsician.succeded in producing a med'ieinefrum the mountain nerusut hisna- live land, which acts Uireetlv! upon the causes oi disease in the blood.and by rcsti-riuf ttis corrupteU fountain ot lite to a condition of health and purity, expels diseara from1 thesvstem wlierevr it m i ie located. or whatever mav be its eharueier. Indigestion, nervous oompluiuts, eliicptic and other fits, coughs, ccnsiimpiu n in itS earlv staires, lore throat, bronchi. ietr and ague, asthma, low spirits, sexual incepnt lty,fenun!iu weak- ; ness. prielitn.ir of tne skin, ej inpti n.atic ot paralvfis, rheumathm. neHrulgia. tumor, cancer, di abate lassi tude and debility, diarrhea,and all oiht-riliHnlerof the organs of respiration, the liver, the kit! re, tltestoin acii, the nerves. or the niuseulartibre, are unerringly cured by tliis drepuraf ion. 1 ' tu he titatet it moiLi, seeds of disease, w hat an alksli is to on mid; it neutralizes them ith uhsnlut rrtiintt, vhHcat the srmy tim itrej:iUi'testlie secrtthuif-. run. oveo list ruc tions t'roiiithe howls. create nipftite. renews bodily vigor and regenerate? every animal function. Sin Lis the nature, such ars the tfl'erts of l)r, K'diaeL's fa, nMulSe.itidiuviuii lllood I'urilier I'ills, will not only j obliterate the most painful diseases, but prevent their recurrence, aud lengthen life beyond iu ordinary j jpan. j To prevent imposition. purchase only of respectable , drnirgist. Vc.,of regular agents or ot lr. K'dtiu k. sole proprieter and niatiUt'aeturer.M'.li street, Ciiitin- nati. Price of I'urilier l,nO per. bottle; b" bottles: for iMlls i!.) cts. per. bo'cand ." bxes tor $ l.no. Tt.nni: Hai ti:, hid, Oct. 2. Ia.Vj. Pn.non.rK--Sir, The l-st thre botles of your Blood Purilieraiid the accompanying Vills, have re lieved me of tiie last vesttgeof my rheumathtn, Icoti siilertltc cure all but miraculous. After having suf feredthe most acute agony, almost without iutei niis sion, wreight years, and being for three years a crip ple, lean scarcely realize the fact that at this moment, after having ued vour Scandinavian Item idics for only three months and at'ew d s, I am a hale, hearty man, eanalile of m inual labor, aud entirely free from pain, Wheu 1 tirst applied to you, by letter, for a supply of' vour medicines, I was little better thun a aUiiatieaUkel eton. r or more in in two years i nau neverenji-yeu one hour of unbroken night re-t, and my mind sinking with bodv, had become greatly enfeebled, tne very first buttleof the Purifier u rough t a surprising change for tliu bettor m my system, and after taking that woud restorative, togeuiei wuh the lilooil I'Hlis, tor one month. I felt that a complete regeneration of everv animal function wasin progress. I was not deceived, am slow, at b'l yarsii age, as free from every symp tom of rheumatism as 1 was at '-'it. There can he no doubt that this wonderful cure is due to your remedies alone, and I am willing, if it will serve you or luudnce others to seek relief from tho sain e source, tlm t this let should he m ide public, i ours. &e.. JACOB ATKINS. Cincinnati, Dec, 28, Iwrifj, Tr.C , W. KonArK PenrSir: Thiswillcertify that called on Or. Koback last March and got some of his Scandinavian Blood purifier, which has entirely cured of a complaint of nine months duration , and after trving other physieiaiii w itholit effect, I, aa a last re source, called on the above named Dr. ltoback, and he relieved me.of the Xeuraltgia.together with weakness in the'hack. In the course id' three weeks from the time I first applied to get up and atteud to business, and can sateiys iy t lint trom that time i luive enjoyed tne nest health. Those whnsuffcring frnmanv illnenti would well to call on Dr. Koback, at disestablishment, Xo GKast Fourth street. II, C.STEWART, No, 17 Chestnut street. Forsale bv Vt.ck Sl Hvmii.ton, Perrysburg, Db. BuHiiiTT.Ma'ume: W.& II. IItMin.liowi.ino Ohken; St II. IlvsKiNs, Porrnue; I.kvi Tavloii, New Wefficld: G , L a m K E v .V Co., (ili.F.Ah; I,. L. MuitE- mirsK tV Co., Waterville, nml for sale by Drugists and Dealers In Medicines generally through the country. December Id. lStfCaily. M VHUIAC.K CJVIDR. by DU, M.Klt'AJE OI'lDli. b DU MAKltlACiK IJI'IDK. by Dlt MAKIil AfiK (Jl'IDi;. by Dlt WM. YOUNG. WM. YOI NG. WM. youn;. WM. YOl NCi. MAKUIAGK til lDK, by PK WM. YOI NtJ. MAiUilAGK G I' I OK, by DU. WM. YOUNG MAKUIAGR GIMDK. YoiTSn'a great Physologi ealWurk: THU VUVKKT sKSVVLAPIt'it, or Kvery One Ins own Doctor, Uy Wm. Young. M. D. is written in idaiti language for the general reader, and is illustrated with upwards of One Hundred En gravings. All young married people, or those contem plating marriage. ami having the least impediment to married lilt), should read this book. It discloses secrets that every one should be iiciiaiutcd with ; still, it is a book that mu -t be kept locked up, aud not lie ahoutthe house It will be scot to imv one ou the receipt of J. cits. Address DU. WM. YOl!NG, Hpiure St.. above Fourth. Philada.. Pa. f March 6. IS.W 4:itf. 3 .Vcl Viimre on C'lwrks. 1) AUN'l'.M'S lailuro iu the Clock line, a humbug. i Have vou seen our Dew stock' Ite have just received a coitl, a cord and a half, or two cords, every variety and pattern: and are selling them, wholesale and retail, ch mpcr than Barnuiu ever thought of doing, in pet feet order, and warranted. Call and see for, yourselves. No charge for showing. June li. li.--7 ;iltl tlltlSWOLDS, VtNKINUMO PICK. The Pr.iiKtaiiUHO Bask I) iiiuw open Hid prepared todisronntshort business paper, buy aud sell wold.Silver.and Eusteru Excliaugt I t rausae to t hei business i n their line. Interest paii! ontitncdepu.its. J.S.NOUTON.Catuicr, I I ! HAVE YOU TRIED THE WESTERN FAMILY K E HI 12 I) I lS , PI T I'P HY A. LANGWORTJIY. rivDi.vv, oiuoi ' THEY ARK THE AROMATIC VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILLS. Tim AROMATIC FEVER AUD AGUE FILLS, AND TUB EXCELSIOR EYE BALM. Sold Ily Drnmtlntu Everywhere. DO YOU DESIRE IIEALTII1 TIIKM HEAD A WOHD Before You throw this down as Worth less. Tt Is a fnrt well known to nil our Wrstrrn citizcnH. th;u tlm mi us in that 1 constantly predentin the nir of is rich estern country, nml the chmijren which oc frequently, from heat to coM" give rine to vari- forma of dieae, anil it hccomrn an inipnrtant In quiry then to m, what we can do to prevent theae ful ilcn attar It , to which we are no liable? An old v Imt an ounce of prevention In worth a poitnil of cure' In nothing la it Irner than tn this, fur in however many forma we are attacked with illness, tho primary causo is nearly the mme. Wo catch cold, or over-eat, the pores or the hody become cloncil ami the refuse matter which in generally thrown out of tlic hvhIi.mii by ncnnible, or Insensible perspiration remain in It and clogs it up, nml the consequence in that the Inward fum-t'ons of the hotly cannot perform their duty, any more than a watch can. the -;: of whose wheels nrc tilled with dirt. Everv part of onr bodies demands its dilferent element from the food, and the nart mir atom- take is to eliminate surb itarts, and send them iu their proper direction: when our system is fully open, tliis is well and beautifully done, ami sueh parts of our '"'' n,Brc n"' needed, are thrown out by perspiration, "nJ lle natural outlets of our bodies, but when cold, "" ulh""''- "! these outlets tbis otKd I (if we KitrSuUz: z x j,,, Ac-j oct.ur- whal th(,n , d;,j tl, answer is easy cleanse the sistem thoroughly. res.re these natural outlets, and wc'atv free. W hen shall we do it? Khali we wait till tho disease becomes set up. A Hiinole Veer tn hie ItcmNlv. Immediatelv when the first Kvnipioms rou.mencp. NO CALOMEL ! NO POISON ! ! hut a good physic, composed of the healing plants N'a tuie has herself provided. This ynu v.in lind in the Aromnti'- Vegetable C'nthartic Pills, A. LANGWORTIIyI Fi.sdi.av, 0. We conip iiinil tliem foora a Wfegttrn oxipricnce we know what von want; liecauw we want iliftu our hi'Ivcm. Tlivn when that IMill lloa'tarho, fain in the Buck or Loins conimem w, when, in short, you Icil your ajHtem (t.'ttiiiR out of i.r.lcr, MO RIGHT TO WORK, take cnongh to cleanse your jtein thoionf-Mv. then tako them alun for a while to keen vour bowt U 011 and regular, and you will thank us for coiupinindiug them. It may lie, that you have n fleeted yourself until you have Fever and Ague, Chill Kevt r, "pumb Apfup- either Acute or Chronic then procure it bottle of 'Lane worthy's Aronmtic Atcue rilln, use them aircnnting to iiireetiulis, und break up the disease; if you have had it a Ioiir time, ue the I'liysic Tills, to keep your system rearuliir, and I)o Vour Summer's V oik. Those Affue Pills ar comptunded for those who are tired of taking Quinine, Arsenic, or any poisons. We Warrant them entirely compounded Irom the Vegeta ble Kiiifrdom.and offer a reward of $lmo. to an one who will detect any .Vine nil iu any Jedieine we ad- re rose us vpetai'ie. 1 hese I'ills were compounded, and first used in the f:'11 of lis durinfr the great prevaknvc of bilious l'iea.'e were compounded on the ground wheie the I'lscnse prevailed, and n t where they theorle about vi,r -r , . ' v'" 11,1,1 the "tllt'r -Vedieiiie , iitiieu, mm uns nurrauieu to " 1oz n battle f.dled it is the PKOPLK'H KEMUDYS Tt Is not gotten up with miraculous powers; but It will cure FEVER AND AGUE, A X I 7 ALL FORKS OF BILIOUS DISEASE, HAFKhV AXDNl llllLY. TIlTP are some s uheit the s;.-t in is o fu'l of Pi-ease, th;it nothing but a t hu ouli r-iriu u ir over will do nny Rood, und in thu si; citses. tliis Ueini-dv proceeds to do it in such eases u.aiseu i- pi oWu.-i tl, ; in l!ie coninion do-e,t but peisins cm avoid this by doii.f. the whole slower, uud t;tKin0- siuaU duni..-;, aud a b.i:t.i time to t. ure. In Millie ca- nherr- tin I.ivr-r i torpid, the p;i iem will have one or two I 'iiiil- n!';er com tin nein the Mt-iJ. ieiue: b.it a- smm s tlf I'itls an titiriy t;iken up b; the stom.u'h. and the sy-tem i- nndr its intliience. tli Chills must tt'p. In any cae where it is di sired t" st.'p a Aii kii - .it the ':o!!i;..-h, i!,nt is pro Itiei-d b tlie-iir Airue Tills, a Josu or two otTeppci mint ni:e will iviicve. t.ook "ut fur V"ur appetit" afier heir g cured by t!.cf Tills, orjmi will over-earj One bitib; break ilie A true upon four rown pi fhons, but to f.tirly cure t-liuIJ nil tie taken l- uue. W e w "iiH nti call Mnir ntt iviou to the EXCELSIOU EYK BALM, Tor nil lir;i4 of I Ik- ITjo or I'jolid, UPON PERSONS OR HORSES, liitl uimiation-, I-i litis, l leeratioiis, Wenk .ii-lit, am! ull tortus of IHseusc'l K;. esare cured rnpidly, that where best known it is con-ndc-red a!m-jst in Its healing influence. A l'hyfirl.in from Indiana writes: " Vour Mcdi.ine h."s given perfect and entire sutis f action in every case." Cue I'ruir More, that h'l sdd, the pn-t ot-a-nn, over J-;ltIIT III I.)I(KU Utl 1 1 Lir.nj Pays it did n it fait ill n M.mie it.stalice. An old Ilorso Jockey, vj has handled huises all hi" life, says: "If your Eve Halm, with a Utile Bleeding and Phis Irking, where the sy.-tein is tou full, will not cure, they limy give up the Eye." One Lady, who had been deprived of sight In one Eye, by lifm over it fornix y sirs, says: "After thirty Physiei.ua had procriled, withoar uny good done me, your .IVedicinu is petfoiuiiug a cure. Candidly and honestly) will you depiive you; self of good remedies, Vfcuu.-e si iue, Mould b., wise oiks, cry nut yuackery or will you try one bottle or one box our FAMILY MTWICIXKN, und be healed of your Dieases. We do not put up our E.v l)fbu for anything but Sore Eyes and Eye Lids; hnt it' you have it in the house, you need not sailer with -Sore Jouth, or ( leers upon any part ot the body, for it is-o healing to all rm'hturfaees, that it wil ritu i ii:;u rickH than anything else. Apply it, if yon h ish. with a ijiill feather, to the sores, once, twice or three times a day as you deem it necessary. , Prepared and Sold Wholesale and Tf riI. by A. LANUWOKTHY, Fl.MH.AV, OHIO. Sold hy I- MoMEnorsp, Waterville; Pkik Hajui, ton, Perrysburg; Lkvi Tayloh, Tayloituvvu; and 11. H i bk itt, Mauiuee City. July t), l&j7 mt CITY CLOTHING E ill P O 11 I U ill . Wm ROBERTSON, Ahiumce City, Ohio HAS just received a choice selection of Fall and Winter goods, consisting of French and Knjrlisl. Cloths, Cas i me res, Overcoming, and Doeskitis; Plain and Fancy bilk, but in, Vtfltet, and rich Plush Vestiutf. which he is prepared to make up to order, in the mot fashionable style, and warntnt to jrive entire saiisfactiou or no sale. Also Shirts, l'ndr-thirts. Drawers, Col Ian, ti loves. Cravats, Scarf f, Ties, Suspenders, Half Hose, Fur and lluek GuunflMs, soft fur and wool Hats, plush aud cloth Caps.' AUif't HEAD V ITI A I E CLOTHIHO, which he is constantly mannfaeturinir sindseTHnj at pri ces lower than is usually paid for Eastern ?Yah. made to sell." As his cloth ing is manufactured under hie own supervision, he carr recommend it as being well nude, and of superior qimtitv. Store, one door west of A iff ft & Nelson's brick build inrf. Sept. H.iti 4(jvjJ' A 0 , W 1 N S L O fron-Fourider and Machinist, !f.is on hand an extensive and approved assortment Patterns for MILL (IKARLXa, CAPS SILLS, YMU.XDAS putt casting generally. Work done to order ou shun notice, and iu a sntif'factary maimer. KTKA IhON FM KPltT. MafMKK ClTY, QlllO. T N KW lot Shelf llard-Maie, aud Joiners Tooh i Cheaper thun ever offered. YV. P. & A. H. (iHivwoi.. Muumee Clty.Mny 1C, lftT u'-'j2tf la f I a in AYtR'8 u) CHER BY PECTO R A. L CoiiRh., told,, mid Hoarnenen: rJ1 1,"!'-"' f"- I". i ... V 1 ""t hIUt tMJr tliat the Wm remedy l have e.er found or lnuili, HoarmnPM, Influenza, anil the cnnumnlMint niitnm or a Old la Juiir (,'iikhiiv I'mtiikai.. It. constant imc In my urui'tlue anil my family for tha luat ten yuura has .liown it to poau-i an. Iicrlnr virtuoafnr tlio tri'ntmrnt of theia coinplnlnt.. KHKX KNIUHT. M. !: A. H. MOKTLY, ef Uti. y wrlti', : "I huvn iimh t-,,, i ell ami In my family ever .lnc yon Inventeil IL and lirllevr It to hr the Wat m III. irr it. pari;," put nut. With a hail oolil, I ahonlil aooaer pa, tw IKj for a hotllc tlinri ilo without It. or take any other remedy Croup, Whooping InAiipnzn. tl'lMNiiFlBMi, Mi?.., Keh. 7, 1HS(I. Brnthrr A',ir: I will rhcrrfullv certify yonr Perioral the beat remedy we poaavaa for the Whobpini C'oairh. roup. an, the cheat iliaiaaia of children. We of your rrat. rnlty In the Koiith apprt-rlntv your skill, Sid com mend your medicine to our people. 11 1 HAM COXKMX M n. AMOSjl.KE, Eq., Monterey, la., writea, :ld Jan.'lH.U: had a tedimia Influenza, which confined me In door. weeks; took many medicines without relier: finally tried yonr IWtnrnl hy the advice of our clergyman The flrkt doe relieved the soreness in my throat and units: Icaa than one-half the bottle made me complete ly well. Your mcilii iues were the cheapest as well aa the Wat we enn buy, and wo esteem you Doctor,' and your remedies, as the poor man's friend. Asthmtt. oc PlithisU-. and Hronrhltla. Wkst Mxc iestkb. ln., Keh. 4. lHSIt. Pin: Your Chrrrxi IWlmnl is perform ing marretnn, cures in this section. It has relieved several from alarmiim symptoms of consumption, and is nowcnrinn man who has labored under nn affection of the Innaa for the last rortv year.. 1IKMIY I- 1'AitKS, Mer. A. A. IIA.MSKY, M. P., Ailiiun, Iowa, writes Sept. H. 1S.: Dnrinit my practice of many years I have rouiid nnthini c(iial to your Urn, I'rrlmal for irivinir ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing such aa are cui-fthle. We miirlit add volumes of evidence, hnt tiie mofi ronviiiclneiroofor the virtues of this remedy iifouni ita tffecta upon tri.il. I'onsmnption. Trohably no remedy has ever been known whick cured so mnny and such dangerous cases as this.r Some no human aid can reach: hut even to thus, tna Cherru IWIirnl affords relief and comfort. As-ron Hihse. New York fily, March 5, 1S. Dr. Aurr. I.nvrll: I feid it a diltv' ahd a nl, inform you what your Cherry JWtht-al lias done for mV ife. She hail heen for live- month!" lalionnsf ufiflp h dariKerffiia symptoms of consumption, from wlJcti ft' aid we could procure pave her much relief. (She wan uteadily failiiifr, until Ir. htmnjr, of this city, where we have come for medical advice, recommended a trial of your medlt ine. We IjIcs his kindnens as we do your ikill, fortie has recovered from that day. &be Is not yet as stron at she tii-ed to Le, hut fa free from hef eotign, anu call ncrwii well. Your with ffnititndeand rejtarii, ORLANDO SHELBY, or Sbklmtilir. Consumplics. do not dispuir till you have tiled Avr'n CUrrrv Vtrtornl. It In made hy one of the best nu-dical chemists in the world, and itn curesnll around ns bespeak the high uicritiior Its virtues. Pfuiudtlphia Lerfjr. Prepared by ER. J. C. A TER. Practical and Analytical Vhmirt, Lowell. M4. Prick. $1 (Mt pkr Hottle. AVER'S PILLS. Price i35 Cts pek Box. Sold by M. Hnrritt, Allen V Nelson. Maiimee, Pers A Hamilton, Perrysburg, and by all brujruixta everywhere. bepL 2ly. . CAllTEU'S MlXTl'fajM TH E f.REAT PURIFIER OF THE BI.OIID ! THE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN ! ! Aul o Particle of Mercvry in it! An infallible remedy for Scrofula. Kind's Etl, llheiw - matitni. (htinare t'ntaueous F.ruptlons. Pimple or Pout u le on the Face, lflotche, Boilti. Ague and fever, t lironie Sore Firs. Iiinfrworm ' or Tetter, Scald head. Kularceinent und pntn of the lIiHieMuud Joinu, Suit It Ileum. Stubborn 11 cero, H)pbilitic IHor- Uers. ami ail diseas es arislnir froiu nil injudi- ci'-uS neof pury. Imprudence In Lite, or impurity of thMilood. . TiiN reat a1trntive Medicine aim! Pnfrr f th1! IMi od is no,v used hy tliou-Hnd! of putt-ful patients from :ill parts fit' tii I'mtcd Stnies, who testify daily t" the rcinaili tble ctirs perform ptl bv the prrntet rtf all nit-diciims. CAlilil.li S SPAMsll .MIX'l I KK." Neur.:lyin, Klieumati-ni, Si-rntuhi, Fruptioiis ou the I.ivpr Pi-e:i-e. F vers. 11 err. OitI sore. Atfec tioa of the Kl-inejs. Disease of the 't hroat. Female t I.i:i:f4, Piiii,! ai.d Aelui.;.s cf il:e I ''lies and joints; .ire fiptedil 'lit to Hiht by usiiijf tiii iuestiaiablt ren.--edv. F'T'Idi-t oe of tht- niocd.notliinp has vet been founa to compare w ith it. It clt nn-e ti i.sr. mnl n) im puriMc. aetsentty and rfiicictitly n'n the I.jrernnd Kiiiiiev. vtreriL'tlieii the Ii''c(inn. pives tons' to lb st. Tin cli. makes the .-Uii. clear and liealtiiy, and restore the Coutitutitin. enleeblid by (!iciife or" broken down4 by the excesses uf youth, to its pristine vigor andl nenstti. F or tiie iisKAfr:s rr v v. i 1. 1 s it is peculiarly anpli cable.nud wherever it ha b-r.ine known is rr;ularU' preenbed vtiili the happiest pfVeis It invigorates tiie n v.tU ami dehelituft tl, ami imj arts rlastieiM to tha worn-out frnnie, clean tire ekin. nml leaves the patient fret-h and healrhv : n single bottle of this inestimable remedy is wurth all the so-culied Sarssparilius iiiexis' enr. '1 he larffe nuniTihr nf rort'fientes filch wc have re ceived fnin persons fr'-n s 1 pirfs of the I.'uited State. U the heitt evidence that tiiere is no liLmhii about it. The Pres. hotel Leepers. m:tj:itiiites. phyMciims. and public men. well kno n to the cnimuiiity.all add their testimony to the Vtondeiful ellecu ol thiuiiivAT hlihiu I'UIMKIKB. Call on the Aent and pM an Almanac. and read the details of atoitifthiii.' cures perfornied ly csm tR'a mmmsii mixti li K. in tiniat ran rt where everything eltt had .ugnaftt fatted.) 'ihe limits of ati advertistment will nut admit their full insertion. W u. S. UKKKS & CO., rroprietors. No. yu4, li road way, New York, To whom all orders must be addressed. For sale by Prujrirists and Country Merchanrslnall purts of the I'liited States and the Cmmdas, and bv PF.CK A: IIA.MIL'ION, pern-burg, und II. HI It KITT. Maumce City. '(Sept. 11. It5t lj 11 1 H TI l HI AI ! ! 1)1111. ADUi.PlllA allKUlt AL IIOVNE. F(- J. tiihlished twenty-two years ngu by IH. hlKF.L IN, comer of 'I'hird and Ciiion stretf. Philadelphia, Pa. THEVrV-TWO LAKH F-.xpcrienee has rendered Ir. K. a most sureessfiV practitioner in the cure of ull dicnes nf a pri?te na ture; manhood" debility as an impediment io ftisf riagc ; nervous and sexual infirmities, diseases of the skin, and those arising from ahii.e of mercury. TARK PAUT1CI LAH NOTICE. There is an evil habit sometimes indulged in by hov in solitude, often growing up with them to manhovrj and w hich, if not reformed in due time, not only be gets serious obstacles to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to a series tf protruded, tusidious, and de vastating affections. Few of those who give way to this pernicious pi c tice are aware pf the consequences, until they rind Ilia nervous system shattered, feel strange and uuaccouit ahlw sensations, and vugue fears in the mind. (See pa ges, 'tl, V. iU. of Dr. K. book on ' Self Preservatic The unfortunate thus affected becomes feeble, is un able to labor with accastomed vigor, or to apply his mind to study ; hts step is tardv and weak ; he isdull irresolute, and engages eveu io his sport with lew n ergv than mual. If he emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tells him that this is caused by his early follies. These are consideration u-htrh thuuid atcaktn the attention nf aft trho art simitarfr situated KKMKMilF.K. He who place himself under Ir, Kinkelin's treat ment, may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle-, man, and rely upon tha assurance, that the secrets of Dr. K'spatiintswill never be disclosed. Young niau let no false modesty deter yon from ma liing your case kuown to one, who, from education ami repectihilitv.can certainly befriend you. Dr. Kinkelin's residence has heen fur the last twenty years at the N. W. comer of Third and L'nioa streets,' Philadelphia, Pa, PATIENTS AT A DISTANCE, Can have (by stating their case explicitly, tcgethef with all the'r symptoms, per letter, enclosing a remit tance,) Dr. K's medicine, expropriated accordingly Forwarded to any part oi the I'uited States, and pack ed secure from dunutge or curiosity, by Mail or Kxprea- ItF.AD YOl Tri AND MANHOOD I A Vigorous Life or Premature JJeath, KiiUteliu on Self Preservation Only 25 cents, I.ctteis containing that value iu stamps, will ensure' a copy, per return of mail. UUATIti! GltATlSM GIUHS I A Free O I FT To Alt. M1SKUY KKLIKVKD. ' Nature's Gatda'a new and popular Work, full of valuable advice and impressive w n ruing, alike calcula, ted to prevent years of misery, aud save thousands of lives, is distributed w ithout charge, and forwarded by mail, prepaid to any Post Office in the 11 nited States, ear rtiw order enclosing two postage tamps. July 1656. ll I