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BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Tribaaa Job Department
Increased rttcillfles.
Accuracy IVoatnoss Dispatch .
We hive recently milo inrnn yalnvble addi
lions to our Job Dcptrtmcnl by replenishing
throughout wiih ncf Types thus rendering the
Tribiino Kitnlilishmenl tlto ni nt complete in ibis
section of Northern Ohio. This cilice rrc. l td
the Diploma, for the best simples of printing t
the lt Cinnty Fair, held (it Tiffin; ni.d we
wo jld iy to our fricn Is, ari l the puljlic genera'.
It t!ia, wo are now pri pircd to execute all orders
for II ok Ami Job Printing with a.rTS:s and
di jPATcut and in the most approved style of art.
l'ARTtCULiR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE PRINTING,
4,00 M AS
Rill Heads,
c.r i i np.ten.
Cirrnlnr,
UlilnK, lectls,
llocclnts.
Imr i icnen,
GOLD, SMEft, & COLLED
WORK, RE.tl'Tlr'l't.l.Y KXRITTED,
luilMI'iiir,!, 11 A I I. Tn T,
liesaaaa lia.rT.. IsvirArins r.nna.
Hassan. t'n.tsnviTa, KcsKait. Norte..,
t'.svBLoraa, fann., No-raa,
Merchant' Taney roller,
Shiw Hill; IIotki. Hills or Fari,
ll-n Ilir.l.S, rCMlAMK
Liasi-a, Invitations, c.
Hook Work Don n to Order.
lath aisrntloaofflne work I ha Trltinnsonic h. la
vainer inbtno otxoai-i-wo tm work
'DIP All. CpISTZ.mDX.S,
Aa-1 honivahly (ream tit rptiajlo of Wing lha
'1 Ii K M I U M J O I) O V F 1 C E.
' Our facilities for dolus anr and all of the above
pescriptions of work are now unsurpassed in tin
section of noitntrv.-andl satisfaction will be guar
atucca in all cases.
M'KKB ft BAILEY.Propriotors.
JOHN C.LEE. NELSON L. DKEWER
LEE A B RE WE It.
Attorneys at .aw and Solicitors in
(Hi an eery.
tft.n,ln-tnvsr'. Mrw Hlo. k,oi.ioililhr.iillonH
Tillin,. May Hili. ift-lf
TOM 13, HUSS & CO.,
TTMr. pB..f.Kln aaLttna K.1-..B B. TomS. Jnhn Tt
I llnaa an.l Urn. R. lino, narlnf hla rlsr ip(n.,
III" nn.lri;ni1 lilva n'.pri.vsa llH-nirlve InzMjiar fr.nl.,
r"'!"" m roiiunnitmn li,tns or Tomb, Ulla. Co
an'I'-rtlia .nm nuns anil .tvls a. h.rsf uri.r...
Tht-rs a III ha na I ntsrriiilinn in the Itn.ina.i a. Itrrr.tnf'.irs
'ean.tn.'ta 1, an 'I tlia .ions rut-, will k bi , ail a Ilia injr.
3 r"ntha 4 par rant. :
S " S
13 " -CarilSoatna,!,
all pnvnlitn on drain nil.
B. T'OIII, .mux r; HIW, II. H. HI'Pri,
A. O. HNK.UII, JOHN Oil. 1,111.
VIS-lt'.
S. E. I'EUK MAN,
New Saddle & Harness Shop,
Oppoilta Ommsn-UI Rnw, TlfTn, Ohio,
A I.I. work will ha imnlij. Illihral marks! prlca.ia
.JL'J,'JV5 ''. AprlA-lr
J. K. 1 10 ill), ' 1
Attorney at Law, Tiflin, Ohio.
OmrFIInfOiawtian'i Naur Ohwk.orrr tha Nw nauk.
ini Doom. fphm ir
LEONARD ADAMS,
Attorney nt Ia-, Notary Public.
Aail l!"iil honrnnc Afonl. tidier with W. P.k II.
na4 iiiiin, iinio. aailOli
I'l.TKU V ANNKKT,
nUOOY AND CARRIAGE MAU
f'KACTtJRER.cmt.of tho Cour Home, on
Markrt street.
I'Krut. Sent. 2Qtii ,i
W. I. A II. NOHlTi-ia
"Attorney and Counsellors at Law
-. lf"fl "li'zrr'i rw Plork.nprHitltr tha J'onrt llnn.a,
Ti(iin&-t7Va7n7llaTrR(ti
ORIoaor thaT.t Pl.W.R.R.Ca.,1
llri'amhar, H.-,B.
I MBafTlra o ft hi . company!, parmanantlv lorntattin
Ti nn.nnd lha varinna raom. nnrupiail . ara In the 'ind
amrv oi Tomlt a lllocK; cortirr ol llain an.l I'arrv atrial..
nnl7 II. H. KIMFII'.I.I), frt'y,
WILLIAM tiAM-IJl"
CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER
All klmlnof wutchen kept ootmtuntl j on liunda
Mire In (.onimTeinl Ho.
Tiirin.Sept. 17th. 1H51. ly
. I.KA.NUKK BTf.M.
WILLIAM H. iUIIMuN
STEM St JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OPFIUB.tn HaoV,' Na lllork, nrr Vollmrr'. rloik
Inf .tore; M On .iral. l'rifiaionnl hnainri anil tlta col
'lantion ofnll kmil. ol rlniin. troniMly attonJril Ic.
TitRn, Her. Illi, US.
It. L. GRIFFITH,
ATTORNEY and Cnnn.allniat Law, rilBn, Ohio.,
t) Boa in Caiataoreia Row.
aanain.tr.
DR. J. McADOO,
WIM. prnmplly aiti-n.1 to nil rnll, flllier In TifTin r
nantrr,inMiiu.nitfrinf inllt Allliuttvl. Parlimilar
ftttfalion (i.iitt to Fml ill . Miov)r snti riuurli4(ki
onnt.leil with llifoHif, niilirntril wltrn ilevmet' n'lmwrr
4v hnnrir, Oiflu we. I of th Voul Hrnl . 1 Ward.
Tiflln, Ohm. jy.il. r
' B. F. OGLE.
Attorney at Law.
Sinjer'a Block, opposite Court House.
Up Rtaira. oct9, o7-tf.
T rronjEiLTiARz;
yVPPlCF. in Hhtwh Rtock tnrr, diroilynn Ur
M. WACNEIt,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
AMI Daalar In R.J.ly-MaJa Clothing, Clolln, Catai
niara., Va.ti na,a;tt.
Ptoraon Main 4trapt,npMltal1ia Penaea Ooontr Bank.
" Bank of Tiffin, T
SHAWHAN'S NEW BLOCK,
Is now Organized and prepared to
tran.act a ranrral llauklnr bn.lnaia. Ibllbank will par
antaraatoi) Ur;io4ita, n. follow. i
3 iuontlia,4 Kr rant, '
6 J
11 ' " "
E. DOIWF.Y, rrai-t.
aaplll-tf A. ti. SaaTii, Da.b'r.
AVillinui II. Iavtiiiort
Attorney at Law, Notary Public,
AND -
TOMMISSINOER roa KENTUCKY It CAI.IPORNU.
OFPH.'K North K.ait Cornrr Fourth and W.lnnt ClrecH,
Cianinnali, tllna. I'artiunlar atlantiun paid to Notarial
ko.ma.a and takinf I)apoUioltl, oot0J.lr
COOPKR K. WATSON:
F.I.AM WII.I.AHD:
Attorneys rvt Xio,"w
TILtaailenti promptly to all kinrl Irtr-tl batinf )f-
BO im twIDMIl-IVIII KUWt J tltiM.oitto. v ov5
joii c. i i:iji.i:s
Attorney at Law, Tiftin Ohio.
nmca wiih J. K. Hot.l,orarl?hivaitLtn -alS'. .tote. fl
ii unuit ; u. "Hun i.,;
CIVIL ENOINEKIC
AND
c a tr.vr iv simi'ii vote.
Odlta Inhiwhan'. Blook, over tb Bauk of Tillin. fblBr
CO LLE CTI fJN rT""L 7k NDA GE NCY.
JONES & TaIOMAS, Fostorla, 0.
.an.,.lc.. l,lr,d Land A.nt., will pronu.llr at.
t.nd to It,, ool .a,,,,, , , ,..im, ..,, I
in Koo, a and a.lioila l-,)u... Wlli ,,, ,, ,
fora Ju.ti. a. ol Ilia P.a. a. lV,.on. wi , ,, or .n
Land or Town Proirtjf will nd it to a,t. ,,,,,. ,
aire B. a tail. . u a
I llll.MAH
uaraa TO rai.MKK It liTiaf
tltur At Ilium.
W. P. at II. NuL.a,
Ki.ia k
Findlay.
Tillin. '
Fa.toin,
rr
1 jillnj
HOSTILE
VOL. XI,
ALIKK TO TIIK I):vSL)T AND DE.MAC-iKSUE. L'EAHLESS FOU TUUT1I, FOU GOD, AND IIUMANITV
TimXOIIW), FRIDAY, APRIL 21), !8;i.
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no. ay.
GUAFFKNl'FRO 1
FAMILY MCDICIN&S
ri;t.il thicks.
Wfihrui .... rrrroi.rU.
Jrt-n Mountain Ofntmvnl CSc.
rr.-.pfiriH .... prlMitlt, f H
rlulilrpii'i rinnoft . . . V'U.
r,V taOtlOT, ?
h'prr rA Apn Rorti'tlr rtir nv. on.
Ilt-ahli Hitirr ..... m r ik ? , .V1 ot
lvtntr ("vnip .... n-r r'Ml-. !.
('nnkiinipilvi Milm .... vi
lnmial f lit-thh " . . ro ropv . A (,
Knt .'lr by th city ilmnThn. aUo y n nia m th rrin.
ci pal town is ( ltio.
Homo Tostimony.
HiTWn, Tnmlil1 Co., ., IFh ?ih, I KIT.
I hTlif I'wrlily that I havr been .Iftlin in t; rn iTa-n.
horg Mtlirtn r? th pit Tf ar, and nn Irnlrvny (hat I
htiiivTnH'rn any ntttiit-iittt ii Hi pul.li.- thil bavt
mt with th iloritltH appmhattnn of lti ponplr Ii he hp,
partit'iilxrlv lb TiiU anl 'allnl.rnti. 'I'.trv will fvailily
prfonn nil and mor than ( promt i tiir thm . I hnv m. I
atuint AAt htttUt of tit Caihnhrnn tht pait iftinn, and I
har ih heal r.utl- In evrry cm.
). II. '. J Olloi, r It-nl Aynt,
Kai1 what Or. Htnlmrll tar nf tit (irnlTfi.bcrt f M-lnt-,
r. II. ( a t'liT'irtnn. ol' rtrniv nri'tirr, and n
of il ninit mrrcitlu! in lh comity (TmniVatl) in whirli lit
rp.i.lp:
l t.il rtiflt hnt I hav nd tli r.ra(T.nhrf PilU
and MnrhtiU!alltoJirnn, nld h-r lv J. II. 1' . Johnton,
in mv prat-tic to my enlir latttfflfiinn. 1lv ar gnoj
niiirin, i'r. i. y . iit'sirhRLL. '
llnnior.!, Trambull Co., O., 1rvh 7, lrj7.
I am pbyilrlatt of lliiyty yy pra"ti". My pHnclpnl
stntlv hi bpn ltai( of frmilpi. Tlny Ii" Kfnrlly
hirlli my lrt ftTort . t'itainnr tb mitnlit fompoirt
Mnflill, I 'Tin rnthliron, I wm ilnP,( with tlini.
r-v tlipm a Mr trial, ami fnnntl mvH ahnmlnntly rri.
ful In my furm-r priotir 1 ronM only miiirat th irmp.
tnm of about baif th cn and von Id not cur on in ttn.
Now I ran radii-all y riir at Irmt m rntfn In lw rnir nnl
mil tbn-t. I ro.Hr Marhnir I'lpnnfCailioliron
tb frvata.t blexlnf 1o frnt.i1i I hav met w iih.
J. H. W i u.i Mi, M, l)..('hnrlitoa. '
Wt flttponn,robofllot Co., May 14. IW,
nTr. II. II. KinrrOry, Htr I hav bn llin th mdl
cln of th Oratli-nhrf Company for th lal Irn ran, and
hav invpirtshly fnnnl ;bm to fiv tinmi anti ifnrt ioo; and
h pilU I har mhi to a frnt miny familicnairpffiilarly at
tlirii ta and cntT, ami with mr Iril lby hav become ft
tpl articl. .rball'i I'trrin C-ill.oHron it a mdirtn
that hai don a rrnt amount of food In fcmil d i
One la.ly ir,M ii ir tnij m h Imd rpivr1 tinrft brnpfil
fmir -hi Mittl than li did from a long rnnn of rdiunl
tratntPnt tiv ill ovol 'kiilTuI jhy,ifj.ru.. V irwlv't
Jnn.l.IKi. Jmk VViuion. :
?or Pal hy A. R. Van Doom. II. II. Pnv.lcr.J. F.
Wrwi-lff Tillin s II. Hall, lwfll; Itr. P. Yalta, tirr-en
SprinffM Win. Iliil.b, l lij H. P. HulT, Fist Mora; IV m.
Kinliiff.-r, Attim- . llofVnnr k Co., MnCiitidinviMi J.
VV. Win?, Adrian; and by on ajrnt In all th prim fpil
Itvtnt in Jhio. . .
For tihcint or agncin aiMrt
II. U. KINGS LEY, Cl1nnd,
jn'..tr. Atrnt lortthio.
To Consumptives.
Tlialvcrtifr having hntftrd to lirntib In faw
wka, hy vry ainiol rmily, hi'it ha iig anllVrd H-v-vrnl
yarwithn vrr l.ung All.Ttirn, and that dri-ad
'liM'a-,Conuuiptii.n, ia anxmna to makf known to bit
frllow antfrrrra tli nirantot run, 'l oall who rlar h
w willMrnd a copy of tli prM.'ription urd (frr ofrhorr!,
with dirnMinna, for prep iring and uiinr tli aam, w hich
thv will And n anr Cur f'f t'onanmpiion, Aathma Hron
fbiilt fc. TIm onlv uhjct f th mlvprliirr In rntiing
t:iMra-riplion I-lohanrtit th otllirffd, and ft hnpaa
vrv utTfirr will try liia rindv, a ll Will mt tin-an
noibing, and imy prov a laing, l'lirliva wiabing th
prescription will ploa aildrfa.
RKV .Kll WARD A.WIKPON.
0ftt1S-1r Villiam.bnrg, Ir inland.
BOOK BIN DEuyr
JACOB 1JISE,
tifun, onto,
PRACTICAL HOOK BIXDER
NImintiritiirroflllnnk Hooka. Hlor lloa. VI
ltannd allot her nrtiflca ptrt. lining to their trad, n
ao Dealer in paper, hl.ink, mninnnanduiu. copj and puckat
tmokaainl Stntioncry in (renrriil.
VV would Hpotrnllv inlorintlieritlzeninf Henena and
tli nroun hit comti thnt w have nociateil onrrli-r
fur th purpiuf carrying on th Hoik Itlu.linj bii.me.t.
bilbarto, jim- about .1 yara rnitilncted by Win. Wotft
alon. anl Hint we ar.' prepared ta execute ullkiiul.ol work
neatly, dtir tbl ami at
N Ii W Y O R K PRICES
Or a rlieap a any hmdi-rv liitlt enuntry.
Hitviitf alwiiva a uvplv oT the dij.-rent onAlitle of pa
yonh ar e,,,,!,),! t, f ,(,(, (o or,rr ( hin la
Mild a of tliniik Ilt.ik4 Hit ill Hi l,p l7-,.,)wa.v HmvnrtU
and other., niled and b.mnd, p.igcd, with or without prutu'tT
henda, a may be d"reil.
Tlieliinding of I't rto lit-nU, M-i?axlnei. Mini. Vvana.
per and old hooka, ornnitienled or phi in, nloto theriilinil of
fMtnK, tKMil.a,niii,i', t., piHlnvilnr ntloiition u i II It pnid.
t lr lera from Connty (tlloHr and others at a dittanc will It
attndit tn with promptaaby addteaaing.
jnhn-lr JAOOR HlHK.
CASH FOR WHEAT!
Tho LTilicst Market Prioo always
Paid "at tho Warehouse," for
Wheat, Eye, Corn and Oats.
When Farmers bring their Grain to
Market, they will always find us on
hand with tho "Documents."
GIVE US h GALL
LULL & OSDORN.
July 30, 1858.
NKS. I. Ma l i:it(.I M,
Fashionaule Millikek & Mantua-
M AKKK,
TVRF.Pthi.malhnd onnfnrlnlni tli. Ladlra orTiffln and
X vii'initv.aUo llro.a Mnkrnot adtiainfftowna.tliat.lta
l..rfI.M.nea . . h,h , M.,l.m. Il.a,ra.la Kmimri
omol Kailiion, (3.5 llroadway.l and h.. i, laraivad a
oivniiiii n..rimeni ol raltarn. lor l.n(1ta.'tlrn.f.lbn.ipi
i lonk., .laavu.. alo.i al.o 1'allrrn. for l.'liil.lirn'. .In ..
apron, and iark, in 'rial rart;tjr. Bha ii al.o pro parr d to
Fit-at rrx'tnitiiii SyaU-ui of Drut, CiiUing,
in addition to thi.. .he ha. ramnvd hop ihnnl .In.... ....
oflinxa' llloi k, .torner of I'rrrvand J.-ll. r.o .Irot .. wh,...
ha i. praparvd 'o do all kinu. of Midi nerv and Mantua.
making, aa heretolur, in lb laleal atyl and on th moat
liberal terma. Work warranted to tiv entire aati at utiim.
tuiii, j.uiuirv i i n, ir.(. II
11.
H. Wenneraud Co.
manufacturers of
Carriages, Duoqies
Sulkies., etc..
Jefferson St., near Oerman Catholic
Church, lillin, Ohio.
FINE. took of Ilia lata.t .tvlua of llufia.,atc.,nnilied
In the ha.l inanaar and of Ilia moil durahla utatr.al.
oon.tantljron hand, and prowptir mad to nrdrr.
m ' Ol. II. n. WCHMER at CO.
w i a v 1 1 i:st i: r s
Genuine I'remiratlon af
Dr.J.F. Churchill's Compound Syrup
or True HYrornosrHiTca or
LIME, SODA AND POTASH.
A BFKCIFIG FOR CONSU.MPTION.
Hewer of a awindlrr ealtinr hintaeir "Kair l-'.lwarrf A
Wilaon," wliOa oofTf port dear wai recently ited hy im
i-nw i t-rm i univ. i iter ! BO Un prOl a tti Kev."
K. A. VYtlaun. Thar ia ao aoith thing na th Klrait of
Hlodgetli." Th nrelrnsiona of lliia individual are uti.rU
fraudulent 1 Dr. Chur. hlll'a Remedy ia fir aal hw I. I.
.St. John It Co., nnd J, jF. Wooi aa, Tiilia.
Bihl.H.Sin
itl. Motlvtt
ATTOKNEY AT LAW.
t;anvralrnllrolin and lln.ina.. Arnt; Ko.toria. t. apltt
J. J. Mtriiier,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
llasreauined th nrirtite. ami Hill rive alriul Mtleniln i to
all biiaineaa entrualed to him Ortu in th rorner of Kb.
rt'a lllot-'k, ill reel ly above th lor txtntu of Mr. lit-org
Taylor, and opposite th iShawhn lloua, ap(v
C. F. Miller. II. McA lister.
C. F. MILLER & CO.
nKAI.F.r.tl in H'KIVKH. an.l Mauofai li.r r. of Tin,
I'm..., an.l ShMt Iron IV. tl.. .
llou.a, in rinrr'. Illo.'k
litbn, Apnld, Itatj-tr
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Selected Poetry.
When I saw sweet Nelly home.
In the ky tho urirjlit ,lra littrrnl.
On th Rrnaa llio run ni. ltK hi ft-ll
Hifhitl tln .viiiihI of (lv i-lu'a linllt,
Cloartl th pitik-Pl.ll (.;i.i...in 11,
Aa mltiwn tin, iiin.va f.'rtiwii wuoil-:nt!li
Whi r tho nil tie lev 1 1 romt
Kri'in Atnit Polity' quilling parlv,
I f art ing Nt llv liomo.
Jftiy rinlfts aofily fltiitcrttl
t'r r a brow an white as anuwj
A ml hcrrhrcH ilir crimaon atiiurt
Spnrri'ly hail a warmer glow;
'M.rl ht-r p.irtpd lij a rrrtnillinii,
Wliiu- ti't-tli HiisIiimI liko ort'itn foam;
All I m.irkotl with rnlrt thiol bit
Ad I Btw nwct't S't'llj- hottio.
When tho A ii f ti in ii iliijfil ihr grfrtmvod
I uriiint; all Hit! Uav to koU,
In Iho l.iwnhr al.lcra al tiiirtl,
I my lovo to iSl'jr toltl.
Aa wo ,101111 ttt'tln r tnr.inp
On Mio at.tr liiipniilril tlonio.
How I hh'aaoil that AtiKtift evening
When I raw sweet Welly home.
Whito haira mingle with my troaacs,
Ki rrowaitt at upon niylnowi
nt a love smile clierrs ami Ulehva
Life's tleelinirtr mnniptiln now.
Matron in the anowy keirhief
'loaer (o my bottom rome
Tell me, tloat thou aati 1 1 remrmber
When I aiiw gweet Nelly homo.
Western Correspondence.
TIFTON, CEDAR CO. IOWA, APR. 18th 1859.
Editor Tirriw Tridckc. Denr siro, I
liavs dolayod writing to you for gome lime
inordorto get aomof.vbr.iblo netri to
oiitl you; but waiting lias thus far prov
td in vain.
Hire it is, tho IStb of Arril, and r.o
wlient sowed jet and no pionpect cf
getting any nowod aoon. We have fci
llior rain or anow almost avory day.
Last week the weather represented Jnnti
my, much more ilrongly, than it did
April. The mud was frozen over one or
two mornings, auflioieiilly solid to btar
tip teams tho louth West wind blowing
(ierui'ly.
Wo feel Bfttisfiod that "Bteasod Spring"
ia not jut; for anow birds are hero in
abundance. The knowing one ay (hat
until we got rid of the fnow birds, we
nod not hok fnr warm weather.
I do not know what tho people here
are to do, if Spring doos not soon como;
iti two weeks more.it will bo too late too
aow wheat indeed aome aay it ia to lale
already; laat your the wheat crop w,ti a
failure, and I do not believe that we are
itblo to alitnd another failure, this year.
There ia uo winter wheat aowed in this
part of tho slate and bente the peop'e
must depend on spring wheat, or no
wheat; and present indications aro, that
tho latier will most likely be tho case.
Do notunder.tland nie as murmuring;
Tor TtTo uol 'murmur. I am tatislied
that nil things are ordered as they should
he.
The emigration to Tike's Teak ia im
mense. Thousands have gone already,
and thousands more will go in a ahor1
time. We Gnd these 'Tcakeia" nicking
in almost every bad "slough;" and the
truth ia, tht "sloughs" are nearly all bad.
The teams are generally run down, and
weak; and how these excited (I fear de
luded) creatures aro going togf t to Pike's
Peak with these half famished oxen and
cows, and without money to buy feed for
them, is more than I oan tell. My im
pression ia that one half of thorn will nev
er gel there.
The "L.nd Sharka," r.nd "Dry Land
Pirates" are still eeoding in favorable re
ports. That they do not mix some truth
with thoir falsehoods, I shall not attempt
to deny. But I never read one of these
Reports without boingurciWy reminded
of thoae familiar lines, "Won't you walk
into my Parlor, said a spider to a fly, It
i the prettiest little Parlor that ever you
did spy, The way into my Tarlor ia up a
winding stairs, And I have many pretty
things, to show you whenjyou're there.''
t-ome of the people here, fear that hun
dreds will roach Iowa on their return in
the Fall wiihout money, and thoir oulfi'
of provisions exhausted, hence, the anx
io'y on the part of such to raise a large
Clop to moot such a calamity, should it
C. N.
Another Letter from Iowa.
ST. CHARLES, FLOYD CO. APR 15 1859.
Editors Tiffim Tribune. In the Tri
bune of Mch 25, I no ticsd a letter sifn-
ed "C. C. N." from which I should judge
mat itr. "u. U. J." bal unfortunately,
for himself and your roadera. trot into
some very desolate and benighted coi ner
of Iowa, an t had an exceedingly severe
attack of tie "bluo.." Wheii I have
acen friend, C. C. N., in the ltcpublic
Academy, 1 ifljt, Union School housa.
and divers other places, at 'Teachers' As
sociation' and Tuaehfi's Instituiiites,"
and biaid him Giitig "big guns," on
the subject of common schools, insli u't
lion, and tli-ciplino and rehearsing, with
glowingemphasK liisexp-rienfo in duell
ing younir itleiis how (.. kIihi ninl li.iw
certain white eyed undiins, w.iiild r-priiio;
from their seats iu surprise, as the hi-k-'
vy i-nme unatv res ovwr ihe'r shi liMer.-',
just a they wrro in the act of playing oil
stm fly It'ck on tkoir unsuspecting
neigl.l er, I WSS ihen ! d to believo that
the "blues" was something thai, after his
many trials, could refer creep into hia
organization. j
I would nlmnt f el ajt thougb the gen
tleman could hardly t forgiven- for the
terrible oiiflaiight he makes on II v tin
county in particular and Iowa generally,
if I did not concive that loo great an
amount of "corn-breatl," "Sorghum mo
lasses," nnd "pure coll water," had ao
upst I hia equanimity, that he hardly car
ed hat he tlid aay.
Now, I have no inft tilinn to lure any
unxuppcliiitf victim, from his ho mo by
"llsming ailvertisemeats of tdiap har
aitis," lor I am not to lu.'ky, as to have
largo amounts of land heio to sell; but I
do think iioi ertlielesH. that Iowa should
be dealt ftiirly by, anil that no aoeh scur
rilous attacks upon her 'should go unan
swered. I tlo not pretend to answer, as to
llsrdin court)', for I do not know w hut
miseiii -a they may bo eh lur-ng thero.from
tho enforcement of tho "hoir law," but
as for ihe Cedar Valley, I can say that it
ta exempt Irom all ihe evils, which Mr.
C. 0 N. so much deplores, and any per
son of moderate menus oan now find no
better place on the continent for layincr
the foundation for a lasting competence.
It is true that our crops were rather
light last season, but there Is sufficient
grain in the country, of all kinds, for its
support, and comfort, until another har
vest. Wheat was not of ihe first quali
ty, last voir, being somewhat shrunken,
owinejto the excessively wet feasn;bul
the Hour mftde of it, ia pood; every hotly
in linn country lias usod out. I have
used it constantly since last harvest, in
my family, und have yet lo bear of tho
tirslease of sickness or indisposition re
sulting from it. Wheat has ranged in
pricesincolat.1 season from 73cts to St.CO
per huhhel; corn ,i5 lo 60uls; oats 26 to
45cts. Good pork Sold, during the win
ter, at trom 3 to octs per lb dressed; and
W fl "I XT -It I ... ...
mr. j. j. n. win ue, supplied Willi as
much good homo m.imifaci tired b!con,as
ho dosiros, by calling around this way
at from ti to 10 ti per lb.
Though we have aomo rumbling adven
turers, starling for "Pike's Teak," yot
we hnvo sufficient cattle for all practical
purposes, and some are making fortunes
by raising stock to sell. The country ia
well supplied with bcuf, which sell's at
fair prices.
As lo ll o clothing of our people, I
have the first to seo yet, with rays on
their foot; and for good warm clothing,
will put them up against Seneca county
Ohio, Jackson Township included.
This is liko all now countries; in order
to get a slart on new farms, a few years
ol labor and and care, is necessary. It
is true that a class eif raon rush in to this
like all olhor new countries, determined
a- arr,-t. iwnnt '"s-yaudjonly, hy spec
ulation; nnd if ihey can nolbocnmWrrrtr,
by turning upon their heel, they turn
grumblers, and employ their lit.ia in seek
ing some kindred spirit, that they mny
mutually vent their imprecations against
so monstrous a country.
Money matters are pretty close here at
present; but nearly all have what it is
necessary for thorn to use. We can not
expect a very great amount of wealth at
present. It ia not the wealthy monied
aristocrats, who come amon" us to live
It is th man of moderate or small means
who come bora to obtain farms, and, by
their own hibor, become wealthy; after
breaking up nnd fencing their prairios
1 lie man wno is willing now to come
here, and put his small means into a good
piece of land and livo the life of one set
tling in a new ccuntry, will "bless his
Stars," in five years, that ho did not go
to "I'iko s t eak." lie will scarcely
know the process by which he has doub
led his fortune every jenr.
It ia now but about 5 years since the
first settlement was made in this county
and I can now point you to thirty far
mers, who come here five years ago, and
all their earthly possessions did not a
mount to 500,00, who ar now worth a
round 81.r,0()U,00 nnd who have not
made it by speculation in buying and sel
ling lands but by the rise in the value of
their farms, and the sale of stock and
grain. All have not done this well, but
of those who have applied theinsolvee
faithfully to their Farms, there are more
who have tripled their fortunes, thnn
there aro, who have fallen short of their
mark. Thus it is that some are taking
the initiatory step every day toward in
dependence whilst others are loo coward
ly to adventure.
Except perhaps that we are not ao weli
supplied with fruit at present, thoro is
littlo or no difleronce in living here and
in any of tho more Eastern Suies; sud I
am rather fearful that there are some a-
mong ua, who, instead of being hurt by
loo much "pure cold water," find a little
more "bad whiskey" than is for their
J. G. P.
FARMERS LOOK HERE,
All Fanner that think of purcliaalng
V Ml .1 J .V II I Ij I, S ,
tliit tMon, would 6nd It to their idvauikng lo eill upon
or addrttaa him at 'I itiiri, by lt-Mr, a. Ii la yvaaraf Atfcrl
til reniit i l ui.iuy, M r
II. Uutiii &. llaiiic'N
double rnk improved Premium f.nin Drill and rata toil
ottr. 'I hi Drttli avknowlmlyvd lo It the beat uiHchin
known. 1 1 m i.l hbai, rye, ot, bailrv, ttu-l. heal ,
(1 'X, i-'oirt-r, tinifiihv. t,nllH anil Iterup teed t'';in Im rey'ilul.
d in a moment to any i ind ol jriaili, or iininllt it Id the at rr
without any niia.iije ut Ititur A VV i It N I i) K ia giv
en nh every lfill tolil, mi if il Drill dont witik uciord.
in a lo w; rr n , il ran Im rMnried. All i r Ufa ton .t In
atlt'r.st d to K. MK K to itntifD i rjinpt alloijiiott.
Ildia, ipnl IT. h, k6U-3 n
LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 133.] AN ACT.
plemenlurv lo nn not entitled "nn net lo pro.
vide lor tho nrganlxiition ol L'itiea nntl IneorjMi.
rated Vilhtgea," pned Mny ;i, InVJ.
Sert'nin I. lie it rem tetl br the tleneml As-
sembly ol tho K';tte of t Ihio, 'l'lmt tho city eotin.
eil ofnll eili. sol Hot tht cla-s, wl.ii li, at the ln-t
It ttentl eeietna, luel a M-,ttltttten exeet .Itnr et'lt
ty lltniKiini), alinll (tAve power to provide for Iho j
etiinmiiu piostitttles, Iml.ilnnl tliaiinbers oi the
penee, know n or reputed pick poekela, bnrt;laiii
and theires, Ueh .ItilVer,, lull pame p,!;J
persons ho practice any ttiek, g'.me or l. vUo j
.lit, i,. .it., ... . i. -i i...
iu-.m! i . ' ' ,
lomilles. tl ill Blent e o ta iteration w lio mil elve no .
ren.ott .ble aerot.nl of Ih! itt.elvea. untl aneh p- I
iKhment mnv be either bv Imposing and colic, t- I
ing line, or bv ln,i.rio.oe,,i at lt.,,1 labor, or I
both nl the discretion ol the eotttt: provided that
itch t'.-r.t.ii . Imtl lie l-iieil ..r a ani'tle iI1 iiko
lo exceed Itltv tl.iMnrs, ami thnt atteh inu.t ifottmeitt
at hitnl Iftbtir abnll, lor Ihe lirni oti'enae, not ex
ceed thirty days, for Ihe second ell. nm niii. lv
iliiys, for the third ollenao six iinintlts, anil fur Iho
loin th, or hut fui lht r repeiltii'ii ol the otlciue,
one year. I hey sh.ill have pow er to pmvitlo that
nil pctvona w ho reltno or noeject to pay the line
iniioacu on eoiivietuni in any oitetiac, lo;etiter
with the co.ils of pie:tceutitiit, fit ill bu lliii.t is.li
etl on. I kept at liiutl labur, until, at the lute of iev
enty lite eentti l.ir eneh tluv's Intior, exclusive of
.iin.lata, Ihey ahull luiM. en.nwl an amount e.ti;il
to .nth linn and coala. 'lin y ahull also have
power to innkn .nitiilde regulations lo conduct
aneh htbor to the best udvnntite, nntl in a innniter
onnaiKteiil with tho nj:e, .ox and heulth of the
prlnoueii., ninl aneh labor may bo dotie nt tho eily
prison, Iho city woik hine o, or vlarwhero, If w ith
in a snituble euclosuie, antl uii.ler the cliurgo tif
aticlt cilrlcera or other persona nl tho city council
may .elect. And the auld city count il nnv al.o
provide .uibibie liospitido lor tho reception and
rat a of such pi intuitu as may be diacK.rcd or ilia
aided, the m mo brbo under attch regnhtllons and
under the charge of aicli pel anna as tho cmutuil
mny by oeiluinneo direct.
bee. 3, 1 hi. act .hull Itiko r fleet and bo in
force fl mil und nller il. paiwago.
I
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 135.] AN ACT.
To amend tlto fourth section of an net, entitled
"An act to ilii'linme the niiiking id real evtnto
Indexes, nnd lut ihcr lo pros'tlbe the duties of
count v romntiimiers and reeoileni i'l certain
counties," passed February ltilh, IKitl.
Bee. I. He it ennetetl ho tho (.enernl Assem
bly ol tho Stnto of Ohio, Tht section four of an
act, entitled an act lo authorise tho ninking of
real estate Indexes, nnd further to prescribe Iho
duties ot county commissioners and roeonlers In
cottniii counties, be so amended as to rend a,
followi: Sec. 4. For every entry In such general
Index ofnny lot, piece or pnrcol of land, the recor
der tdtall bo allowed Iho sum of ten cents, to bo
paid by the person leaving such instrument of con
veynnceor transfer for record,
Soo.lt Stiotiun four of tho nbore reoltod aot
is hereby repealed. . .
Seo. 3. This act vlinll take I fleet and bo In
force from and alter its pnttingc.
WILLIAM B. WOODS.
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 137.] AN ACT.
To prevent and pnnbh fraud In the use of false
Stamp., Itrnntls, J.abclv, or Tratlo Mark.
' r(" '" M "nvtctf bv tho tienetul Astiem
bly of the Slate ol Ohio, Tnnt T .. .. .u. par.
sous who shall knowingly and willfudy forgo or
couiiterloit, or euuse or procure to bo lorged or
LOU..H-..0..11..., le.iii . ,..ne.,e,.inill -
.,1 ... . ...., !"' imp.
brand, wrapper, label, or tratlo mark, usually of-
lixcd by any .nachanic. manufacturer, druggist,
incrcliant.or tradc.niun, to ami upon the oods,
mercluindi.e, prcpiinitinn or nilxluro of
such meclmnie, rtianulncturer,tlr.ipK.-t, merchant
or tradesman. -ilh Intent to pas oil' any work,
goods, manulactiirc. compound, preparulioii or
mixture, to whirl) such forpoil or cuiintoiTt'itod
representation, likeness, .imd.tii.le. copy or Im-
Itution Is at, xed or intended tobo Ml.xed . the
.?ood., n.annli.ctnre, compound, pre,..-nc
iouor nuxttiro of sucli meclm.uo, mamihio tnrcr,
drttprRl-t or tradesman shall t.Kin conviction thcro-
of, bo imprisoned in tl.o county Jad for a per nd
ofuo less than three month, nor more tl.untwolvo
months.iiud llnud not exceeding five hundred
dolhuit.
I e''1!'0lt1nyr"''n or persons who shall
have In his or tl.e.r possession nny die or dies., dale
or plates, brand or brands, cnpavinK or fum.
Tings, or printed labels, s.n.,s., imprints, wrap-'
per, or trade marks, or any rcpreaci.tt. Ion, like-
t.ess. sun.htude, copy, or imitation of tho prtvate
stn.np, iuipnut, britud. w rapper, label, or t.atlo
mark usunll.y aiUxgd by any luochanio. inanulac-
turor.driipe.ist. merchantor tradesman to or tip-
on articles made, niniiiifaeiiired, prepared or com-
ponndod by him or them, for tht-purK.se of muk-
iiK impressions, or .e.tiuK tno same w .ten matio,
or using tho sumo upoo any other nrticlo made,
manufactured, pacparcd or comiouiitletl,aiid pas
.inf; tho same off uvon tho eomutuuity ns the or
iginal goods, maiiuiactiires, preparations or com
pounds of uny other person or persons, or who
shall so iu fuel sell or uso tho sumo, or w ho ahall
wrongfully mid fraudulently uso tho genuine
stamp, brand, imprint, wrapper, label, or Initio
mark, with Intent to pass oll'aiiy goods, wares,
merchandise, mi xt tires, compounds, or other arti
clo not tho manufacture of tho person or persons
to whom cucli stamp, brand, imprint, w.appnr,
label or ttada mark properly bcloues, ss ircuoino
and original, .hall, upon conviction thereof, be
i. i i.. ii... ... i i..,
months nor mt.ro Ihaii twelve months and be tlu-
not eicvrd'ng tire hundred tlolhirs.
8eo. .'. That any person who .hall vend or
keepforsulo onygootls, merehnndice, nilxturo or
niiou wliicl. any fo.ued or counter-1
ft-il stamps, brands, imprints, wrappers, labels or
ha le marks may lie placed or slhxetl,and Intend-
ed to represent iho said goods, merchandise, mix-'
lure or preparation, n the true and gciiui lie goods,
merchandize, mixture or prcpnialion of any olli-
er pcrai'ii or perso knoiviiijr tho aame'lo bo
couuterleit, .bull on conviction thereof, bo pun-
ished by tine not exceeding ono hundred dor-
lars; iu 'each case so ollcndiug, the complaina-it
entitled to one hall the amount so recovered.
Seo. 4. That it shall bo law ful for anr justice
of tho pi ace within this state, upon affidavit being
by any mechanic, manufacturer, druggist,
or tradesman, or bis or their ngent or
attorney, thut he has gtMitl reason to believe, and
believe, that any dies, plates, stun.ps, or
brands arc in the poscsaiou of uny person itltin
hi county for the purpose of making f ilso and
counterfeit stamps, brands, Imprints, labels, or
trade murks, to issue a. search warrant, authorizing
ihe aearelj forand aeiuro of'al! jueh dies, stamps.
brands or plates, nntl all stieb impression leom (he
same tint can bo found; ami npiui satisfactory;
proot being tni.de thnt siicli tlics, stamps, brands
or plates, or the Impressions therefrom, at e to bo
used for the purposes of deception and fraud, such
justice shall have full power to order all such
-t.impj, dies, bramU and plates nnd the Impres
sion! therriioni lo be publicly destroyed.
Sto. 5. This net .hull bo ill lotce Irom nnd
after it passage,
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 124.] AN ACT.
Mntiplrnicnlarr loan Act to rr:tihile the Lleelitm,
t-tiiittt ol l-.leetton, and the re.ij'nntii.n ol Jna
tiees of tho l'ener, J-f.-n-tl Mtttrlt 1 1 , If.M.
Seel ton I lie it eimeleil lr the tlenentl Aa-eni
j',
Llv ol the Si.ne of Ohio, Tleit iu all enaca .lure
eonxinile luntta n nnv eilr or ineoiuomlt
I
Vlllitye Hit" noiv ofhiTinner nutv lieeotne ntrt.
len-ive ilh the limits of an, towiiOiiii in whleh
'aid ei.y or incorporated T.ll.ire is or al.,,11 be ait-
Z ' I t " 11
beenov mny lieeotne nierred Inanveilv or ineor-
iiomfe.l villui;ii the oormintto extwteiicv of sin h
' . T. . .' t.v . pui n
'" "' . vetHtel. eoitl.tiito lor the pr
".'T''" J':",rr"l nl " V'-"-'
'.nn,'Mr ,or ""h "w"?'"l'. l'o -lutll bo voted
for on the saute niece ol lup.-r.
fee. '4. Itl allNllell ril.e. it. Iters tl (lie tienee
aim etiiittiiiies, lo the number now allowed, oi
tMiit li m.ir be lierenfler allowed, to audi town-
hip, may be elected by Iheouolilied voter there-
ot, at the tunes and in the nutntier now ovhrrc
slier to bo preset ibeil for tho election of iu-itiec
of Ihe pence ami constable. In other townalilo..
except Hint In lowii.liins where n the olllee nl
tow ni-In p liutee lias been nho!'.i.hril U tbp , i bin
piwera untl tn:ttes tn connection Tilth Mieli pipe
tton ilevoh niu tijion tnwit..liip t.-t,,tppa in other
ton. i .hips, nl nil hp dcvolt etl x.ihiii iiii.I be pel lot 'til
ed by the elty ciuicil of .mb citv and thr
Iru.tcra of ton h ineoiti.irittrd Mliie e nl.ne . iid.
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 125.] AN ACT.
private persons to public ure.
Fee. 1. lie it enacted bv the Oclicml As em
bly of the Snteof Ohio, Thnt where a rond li:ts
been r shall herealler be tleilleuletl by private
perons to puhliu use, a majority in interest ol
the proprietor of lands liugitnin aid road may,
nller hat ing given lltitty days notieo by ndver
tiriement In one or more newsntipers of tho conn
ty ill which tuiitl rontl is located, and having given
notice in the township or ttiwurdii., where sn:tl
rend is located, by hiivingpoated upcopics ot'sni.l
notice In three tu more public jilaecs in .aid tow n
.hip or tnwnslilis nt least thirty days previous,
petition Ihe oomtuiiiioiiers ofsaid etiunty (or the
vacation of mid road or at y pu t thereof; and If
aald counniaaioucranio iitlitdicd that said notice
ha hern given and that no injurd'tcc will be doun
thcrchr, iTict vlmtl declare the same vacated.
Providrd, that all costs and expense accruing
tivKin any petitinu under this act shall bv paid by
the iiotitHinrr.
fec. 3 Tills not .lutll Itiko effect anl bo tn
(lircc front and after Its
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 126.] AN ACT.
wile ,,.,nrato itntritpnrt from her husband, and
H),ui r, 'ue leavo for such adoption, unless the
court ,,, ,)C mlMM from H,Vl, examination,
tlmt 10i(l,iO, ,lt.rowll lru0 wiU Bua accord, de
wares, tUvt .,,, option. ,.
i ,,., ,,, ..,..,,;.,.
j
, roloroi'tio lo tlto decree and condition of tho
La', ,ul.euts. nnd shall be .ati-lkd of Iho fit
work, ttm' pr(), of plu , adoption, tho court
lm ,Imr? ',, onf,.r .,,, frtn ie fnvUl ,ld
!decl.rinC that, from that date, such child, io all
illU.nU aIlU 1)ur)0!(.M , Ul0 t.liM f Ul0
tiliolloP alll that the name of such child is tl.e.c
I ,y chanc-cd. . .
j fif0t Thai bTsnelionlerllicniif untl parents
,,, bo dlvwlot, , , ri , ',, ,.
tioilft iurIUBl l() ,llcl rll;,, ;, ,i,0 ti;M
bc r,.ec flolll n, u.l bliKntios of obedience
am, lna1llt,.liril,r0 Intpcet o ih, m, nnd shall bc
, .lltB M1(, pu,.,,.., tho child and le nl
Mr o( hi or ,,t.r aliulet or t,ntitl(.,, ,
tll0 ri ,,,, .n.Ukl.vt ,, ,ul , llU tll(
i,l intuliit t.r a eliild of Ihe adopter or ...lopter.
,0(.(;tt(.u ,n UkM wetllock : Pnn ide.l. thnt..n il.e
I u,,prngl, of ,.., who have adopted a eliild or
thmnn ull(h.r this act anil the sub.e,,uent de-
To autlmrtit. dto Adoption of Children.
Sea. 1. He it. pivi.4 t'V tuu Iteiienii Assem
bly ol tho Htatenf Ohio, That any lnliabitant of
this state nnt married, or any nuxbnud mid w ilu
Jointly, mny petition Ihe probata court of their
proper coiuil v tor lenvo to nilopt a minor clill.l
lint theirs by birth, and for a change nl llio niiiuo
of .neb cliiltl: but a w ritten consent inutit bo uiv-
eti to such adoption by tho child, If of the age of
tourtecn j ears, and liy eitcli ol Ills or hpr bvlujt
piirents who is not bopelesslT insnno or intemper
ate; if there bono such parents, or if the parent,
bo unknown, or hnvo nbamhmcd such child, or if
such parent, or either of tin m arp hopi les.dy in
I ,ano or intemperate, then by tho lecnl irtiaiilinii;
if there be no such ciiardiau, thcu ly a discreet
nnu .uitulilo person, appointed by stud courMo
ata.a pMMw.aii.uu .j, tlto next liicntl ol such
child.
Sea. 3. That iftho petition hull be filed hr
lll,hblimnmU UlB C()1,.t ,la, ,,,,!,,
forp'i,', ,,rovi.iou., If the e,
fie, of tl? ..l.tltt r of tlto p. titl
court shall be sntiH-
i petitioner or pct'ittinif m
tA v..;.. o,i..o..in i.;i.i t....
..,.... of ,.,.. ..WM ot (-l . 1 1 1 r.rta will... lit Issue, the
proiorly of'stieh adopting piirents shall descend lo
tli c next of kin, and not to tho iicxtofkin olsuch
adopted child or children.
Sen. S. This act shall bo In force from nnduf
tcr it p.vsngo.
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 127.] AN ACT.
1 amend "Jct"'n 6!) "f " P?"- M" 3-.lfl-ed
f'.3' ,'',l!''.l "n l" P'ov.de b.r Iho orgnniia-
t"'n c,la'" tt"a ''" i'""1"! villages,
Section 1. Tlo It enact, d by tl.o General As
prepumtioii, sembly of the Plato of Ohio, That section sixty-
passed May :i, 15 2, be so aiuendisl as to read as
follows: Section 6!). The tpmlilied votei. of iiacIi
city of the second class shall elect a City Marshal,
who .liall hold Irs otlico for one year; a City
! Treasurer, who shall hold his ollire lor one year;
a City Clerk, who .hall hold his otlico for two
years t and a City Solicitor who shall hold his of
I tice lor two years. Koch of said ollieers shall con
tintie iu oflice until Id successor is elected and
tiialilicd, a-ul shall have such powers and per
miiila lorm such duties ns sro prcscrihtd by any nidi
uicicliiilit, nance of the city not Inconsistent therewith,
See. 2. That the snid original section sixty
docs niuo be anil Iho same is hereby repealed,
' Sec. :t. Thi act ihall tnko eilect and bo ill
nine of an act entitled "an net to provide for the
orguiiintion of cities mid ineorjioiatetl villages.
force from and alter its p-sngo.
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
March 29, 1859.
[No. 130.] AN ACT.
i
To amend section 'Mi of nn act entitled "an act
to establish a Code of Civil Procedure,'1 puss
ed Match 11, If. VI.
SScctien ). JJy it enacted bv thy General As
tin: tif I in Ti:ir.f;i;
Is p.ibli.Iiril on Pridny of each wttk, ecU fu
ni.lied lo iitb rt ibcta at
?,00 I'er Annum.
II "To m til uhiei ;brn,fifir et' nls of tl t at m
s remitted Im ti tlie pipt i U p;,l for irrailt ni t e
I TA f.iiltuo to notify a dii-coi.tiaiiact i at tl t
nd of the time piid Ur, will tic ori-;.leTcd as a
new engagement.
These terms nil! bpstriitfy obsei al .ah J ,
pjper ill bo di.cohtiiiued until arta.i in , , a ,l(
paid, except nt tl.o option of the piibti-hm.
B i Miiirctiiitrs rntir.nig oil, ai.U Hot aii.(; la
heir pin us. will bo enlitlij to. and reaiiit.
publi.hctl cetlilieate of their dUht aely,
sembly of the Stnto of Ohio, Tlmt .crlli.t. thrro
l.tindi ed and seicnlv heir of nn attrinlthd "nil
n l I" estnb'ish a cmlo of rivil ptei edtire," ass
ed March 1 1 , I r5:i, he so onu fdrd as to mil a
tollows: Sec. Ii74. In the foreclosing of a mort
gage, a. ale of the m.ttcne'il pnipptty .ball Iu
eases be ordered; nntl when the sni mmirsge
nilimces ai-prralv tmets of lotnl, altuntta ia two
or more eoentle., the .hetiir (if each comity In
which .neb .epnrnle tmet or tracts ate i'u t'd,
shall be oidered to niake rale of the lands pituul
etl In the county of which he Is sbcrifT.
See. 9. That rrv-tlnu lliree hundred aad scr-ciity-fcnr
of the net emilli-il "nn set tn e-t itdi-lt
i code ol cull procs liuie," pavid .M.ueh 1 1, 1 ...I,
. hereby repealed.
Sis-. .'I. Ibis ait ihall tnko eflt ct sud be in
(o'co fiom nnd ailer its pisaaue.
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Rep't.
MARTIN WELKER,
President of the Senate.
President of the Senate. March 29, 1859.
President of the Senate. March 29, 1859. [No. 87.] AN ACT.
Atneie'sttiry to an art, Pritillt tl " an act In pro
Tide for the organisation of cilir. sod lutor
pomtod Tilhigi .," pssrd May 3, l.il.
Stcllini 1. He It cnie'.ed by the U-nernl As
wntblyofthe Su te of dtiti, That original so
tion six'y three, of nn nctontit'ed an set to pro
vide fur tl.o organisation of eitie and Ineoipora.
led vilinnes, pinned May 3, A. l. IC&J, be ao .
nn luleil it. to re id a, follow.: See- fi t. 'iho
city council .Itn'l havn th t ire, suprrviflon and
.ontiol or u ,M,l,ip highwiva, lni,lK-,, . recta.
lllP a, public -lUUffS I. t,..MM..n. w,trilri tt0
city, untl shall cause the .into to be .rp, u.n,
ind In rcpslr, .ml fiee fium iiinsaurea. No
iti ee or alley .hieli .hall hrrv.fter bednlienlpd
10 piil.be us by the proprietor of gioutid in any
oily, abnll be dt-ew.tcd a publio .ticet or alley, or
to bc under ihecnre or coitlrnl ol'lhe city cinn
ell, tildes, the d. tllentiotl .bull be neii.(i-d. and
potiflrtued by an ordinance specisllv paased for
such purpose"; they shall Into the power lo pre
scribe by ordinance the width of the tire .1 nil
wagon., c.rls. dray, and olhc r vehicles, wad la
thn ii.inspnrlallon of persons or nrtic'rs frt-iu
one part of the city to another, or in tl. tiana
purtalion ofcoal, wood, iti no lumber, or imn,
into tho eity; to o-tsldi It si ate Is fur hackney
conches, cub, and omnibuses, nod to -PittoreO
the obsrivanco and uso thereof, and to fix the
rales nntl ptiecs for tho transportation ot pi rauns
prtipertv In such coaches, rah and oniinhuses,
from ono part of llio city to nu.ilh ,r.
See. l. That original section .'Xty tltrre' .f
the ti ct to which tits is nmendalory brand the
ssins is hereby rep. abd, and Ibis act shall take
i licet Slid be lit t.nv from sed after I's
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
E. BASSET LANGDON.
President of the Senate.
March 18, 1859.
March 18, 1859. [No. 88.] AN ACT.
To prov ido Air 1 icatl"g, establislili(r aiuloon-
Hitirlliij (lltclu a, drain, and Water courses.
Hut inn 1. lie it enacted by the General As
.einlily ofthe St ito ol Ohio, Thnt Ihe county
Poiiimisjlonera of any county shall hsvo power.
at any regular sussiun, whenever, in thciropluion
the .amo Is drmandid by or will be conducted to
tho publio hen Ith, convenience or welfare to
cause tu be cslnbli-hed, located snd construe lis,
ss hereinafter provhlid, suy ditch drain or water
courso w ith'n sueli eountv, '
Sec,... That bef ure dio county commission
ers ot any po, it v .1, ill into nny stet a tuwanla
locating or ostnbbrlung any aitcu, utaut ur wat
er course, there shall be filed wiih the county au
ditor a petition front one or morn persons own
ing hintis adjsceut to Ihe line of such prOHi.ed
ditch, drain or water cetirc, .( Ilieg forth the
ni'ces-ily of the same, with a desetiption of its
propesed rtittting point, route ai d terminus, and
shall, at tho satno time, tilo bond with good and
a itllclenl sureties to the aco. pianeo of i lie coun
ty stumor conditioned to pay all exproatS Incur
red, in case tho commissioners ihotrid refuse 10
grant Ihe prayer of the petition, antl it shad bo
Ii" di ty ni tho county auditor immediately there-
lifter to plneo a correct copy of said peliliou in
thu hands of tho cunty surveyor or a competent
engineer, who slut II thereupon, biking wiih him
the necessary assi tnnee, proceed to make an ac
ci rile survey of tl.o routo of such ptonosad
ditch, drain, or water course, snd on thu corn
p'eii.m thereof, shnll lettirn a plat orplot or pro
tile of the snmo to .aid county auditor, and shall
set forth in bis rotinn a tb .i-i ipllon of tho pro-
poseu route; its nv ntinix lltr and neccsstly, Willi
a deseilptioti of cncli separate tr ct of Innd
tliniiii;li which the same Is proposed tn bo loon-
tea, nuw ll witi lie ellected therrbr, ann its i rn-
alinn and level ns compatod with '.hat of sdj. lin
ing luiiur, logeilier villi sucli other tacts as lis
may deem material. It shall bo the duty of tho
rouniy otnlitiT, immediately on aald rrort be
ing tiled, tu souse notice In wrillnr. to bo given
to tho owner, or one of lite ouuera of each tract
of Innd along the routo of such proposed ditch,,
drain or water course, of thu p mleucy and pray
er of said petition, sud oflhu tlinool the si-ssion
of tho ci.untT cominlFuinni rs at whieli the same
ill be heard, whieli notice shall bo served at
least ti r. ill r jit lor to said session, and an afli-
latil of ail u hcnuo hb-il with the county audi
tor; nnd in ensenut mch owner is not a resident
of the (ouiily, or ahoidd any party or partica ia
interest die during tho peiid. ney of said piocced
iug, nicb dcuth .hull not work an haiM of
si.eh procccding.bin il.. oounty nnuudssionrni
on l.0'K nuiiliiu tin rcof, shall liniko such order
as they may deem proper forgiving notieo to the
person or persons succeeding lo the right ofstur1!
deceased party or parlies, and notice ol iho pen
dency nnd prayer of said pciitich nn. I Iho time
of hearing t'.te same ahull be giwn to .iieli owu
or or person., by publication fur two oust culive
wet ks in sum o newspaper pehluJicd or cf gen
eral circuliuion in said county. ' ,
Sec. 'J. Tliat nny pir-on or persona c'aim
ing t ompeii.iiiion for lands appropriated for th.
purpojo of construeliug suy ditch, drain or wa
tercourse under Ihe ptoyisiona olthis act, shall
make his, her or their application iu writing
tlicrefor t ihe county coniiuissiouets, on or bo
lero the third day of the session at which the pe
tition has been set f..r hearing, aad on failtue tm
make such app'ication , shall bo dcemc.l ann. held
to havo waived his, her or then libt to melt
compensation.
t ec. 4. That paid county cotniuisaionerB,
at tl.c ses.tion ret for the heeriit of snid petition
sha!1, if they find the retpiiremeittsof the second
SLClioo ol tuis uet to have bent complied with,
proceed to hear And ib ti'tmiuo B-iid petitinu;
Slid if ill y tlto in it necessary .lire 1 vit w Ihe
piemi.es, nod if they find m. li rltteh, rliain or
water course to bu necessary, and that lite same
is demanded by or sill bu conducive to the pub
lio health, convenience or welfare, and no I p
plication lis. U'en made lor compensation is pro
wiled in tho thud stciiuii of this act, thry .had
proceed to locate and cstab l.di such ditch, drain
or water comae on tho rouU' f- eile d i.l tnc plat
and return uT autiil county surveyor or engineer.
Hut if any app!'c itioii or app ientions for cm
pcnsatiiiii us ufi.i o-iiid, sha I havu been luadv,
further proete lings by l! c county c iniuiss'oti. r
shall be adjourned till their nrxt realcr .es-i.u. j
su.1 ihe county audit. ir tht I forlhailt crnify '
probate judge ol rud iiuir.ty a cpv vt rnphs of
said application or applications, to .pilicr w iih a
ilescriptinn ordesiuipiii.ns of the pu e.ty ouf.-l.l
to be taken and npi rnptiaud, as ci i.tnined in
ihe pi. it or rcporlof the couiry sitrvevtir eir
nei-r hi.dl shall lot t'.u lllll 'th dot ketisl hT Snid
prub.ite j mice, at ling vo a pp H s nt i,r applies its
p'auititt' or plaiitiilti .nd ll.. county cnmans.iuii
its det ltd. nit ; itud .suih p.'.nei i dm,;., ahait lit. re
upon be It id to ns ii-ss ami t'.eteriuine tl.il rt'n
peiis.iilun of .'ich ii'irmn t or elai'i.tii 'A, a- si.i
iiiiilt. r 'xed and retpii-e t by the -ct eel 'ii .1 ' 'u
act t.i pun ;tic lot coin, t n-stiun M l! e . a ni rs I
pi ii ale I I' m., ru n ni ..ni I . I. I t . ' In hi ; nt m
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