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Huron Reflector (Newspaper) - April 19, 1853, Norwalk, Ohio m Published Every Tuesday Morning j BY C A PRESTOS TERMS and Fifty Cents per annum payable in Two the Two i Dollars and if be tilt j No until all are paid ai option of the i for per of PLT less c: Out square J n -S Onp 1 square U no 7 jj 2 ear s J 1 Two 1 yerr 1 vca xxiv APRIL 19 1853 15 am groing home and I shall see my father there 1 and sister and niv Savior will be in There are a settlers in Oregon Serins H is her Mni her Heaven ts uie birds in K u lid are are en and 01 tree O'er ocean Nature her a UVr my I as I wander For my are tf is With her morning fresh and her noons of chequered and o Calm grey the the pale and Of on a soon n cf Kir For 3 I Aa.l niv are 01 ihee Still on inv arc ihv rame may is thy presence unto me tlie o'er like In ot tunny In thf lu look brightly ther nightly Till ihc coining 01 ilay minute Keel In I can hoar thy lind and mark the fouling Ot vet uYr Ami thv prt M in to fill Low i ihee I Nou 1 1 Uy ihr il I Maira OF OHIO BY AN ACT ilie collection of taxes uow are or hereafter bo and from the of for- cimi to pi I the of tii tin of A Tlie window of the first cars of tlie Atlantic 1 u- cloud hutis over Oregon should break or I Gentle reader so live that when thy clear away All countries are subject to j mons comes thou be prepared to go in sets and drawbacks So with Oregon i peace trusting in tlic On or about the of November last the cy of that Savior who died to redeem mankind heavy falls of rain commenced here They Parlor Magazine were cold chilly and mostly from the north 1 It enacted the j and east A amount of stock was ol tho ol Ohio Tint a all eases left at tlie Dalles and on river to or part thereof upon iho ter An immense emigration arrived in the personal moneys credits or of j and bt Lawrence railroad were bruiten down and or incorporated with but one pane ol glass to each sash 1 o of the rather jou ce or or any banker or 1 ol or or ol an or other in laws of oilier or Government under Ior tho on ty in lids and ior taxes ihei t U in ol April in l i- hundred und aro innv iir lemain unpaid till Jav ot in anv tho comity v rein li been or bo lo prices of went up and on and he December tlic passengers I co detected a man in in the act of I positing a quid in his cheek at the wine j it iv fmm look of confidence i weather verv cold -t Oregon and snow fell every lor 17 to liO inches deep After a few moments I observed him again He seems to have just discovered the old an and a shade of uneasiness came over his already countenance I saw that a crisis was and looked on with a -11 i at tlie Dalles and on I he and ice Rogue Not more than the 20th part of the stock m the valley 1 or lost none About the of December tlie wind veered to tlie south and a thaw and live i penally shall bo the of by u tlie 1 house i jrood deal of curiosity to see how it would end i uld fmm tho The I of an old fashioned work bag he seized the old lady by the bonnet and forced her back j into her his face forward in front of hers and taking aim at the window let fly i The whole charge struck tiie mischievously Kind reader uill you go with me to yonder transparent pane and I thought from tiie slop mansion broad granite front rears that lie wiped up with a white above those which surround it All i chief and from tlie appearance of the same in and about the house is perfectly quiet und when he returned it to his pocket that his even the street is fenced across so that no mouth calculated tu hold just three gills mav pass the house for one loved who knew her is His j An amusing colloquy came off recently at spares uot youth nor i the supper table on board of one of our Death comes to One little week ago the i ern steamboats between a Boston exquisite only daughter of the owner of the reeking with hair oil and cologne who was celebrated her 17th birthday with gay festivity the waiters and otherwise and tlie whole house resounded the consequential airs and a raw of the assembled guests Brightest and who sat by his side dressed in homespun est among them all shone the beautiful in i to his friend the former whose honor they were gathered l said she i pointed his jeweled finger was was In all tho symmetry j Butter form and feature and of sue it coolly replied Jonathan I need not describe her as she flitted j Butter sah 1 say fiercely repeated the from one room io another giving here a dandy merry word and there a cheerful shale and en- ll know first rate article trancing all by her sweet voice when provokingly reiterated the homespun Tis enough to say that she was happy and i I tell thundered the hcr fond parents gazed with upon the I itc in still louder tones pointing with slow idol of their hearts and were flattered by the finger like and scowling she excited But their dream on his neighbor lie would him soon awoke to a fearful reality The day after tlie party she retired to yelled getting his dandruff up a severe headache and in tern Yer didn't think I room complaining of a next she was in the delirium of Jerusalem what of now ting his dandruff took it for injured of pack animals on their way to and from mines died of starvation Tho miners and settlers on and Rogue river were reduced to extreme want poor cattle and no bread salt or since the 1st of December last Supplies cannot yet reach them owing to the vast amount of fallen timber on the mountains and the loss of and boats on the road Tiie List Hour at the mines sold ut 50 per Ib More than left for Oregon and sub- or oilier 01 sisting on animals and begging starving and or pKu o ot ol ulher or or of 01 t-l anee or oilier Ir of some other or if s or any shall unpaid lor the oi rom and alter tho ol Mich irea-iirer to the hanking of- or of ol in oi ii r ol I vi oi hcr or or of Mot or Io e or 01 ol of or oilier bv liio of or und and er silver i r coin bullion bills sin or oi other arrived oi or of MH h brul-L-r or or company of or or any or or such ol nn or oilier of some oilier or e as muy The Knickerbocker for this month has the nearly naked and starved to swell the bers here already too large for subsistence and employment in our valley There are but few fat cuttle now iu Oregon and little pork Flour sells at per Ib wheat CNJ per bushel beef 15 to per Ib in iho pork lo SOc rice sugar JO to per bushel per Ib Labor is down lierr- to Not one half ol the emigration obtain thuir board fur work abundance but yel 1 fear aro not supplies for tho people three months in Oregon hope for arrivals here shortly from the of pork M i to rice articles have re iched own or io of and fornia in abundance within a few weeks past und after making an I have given a small sketch of the dark ol which bo shall in oi tho side of the picture Is there no Jr side for incorporated or ol ti nil so a- r ibo live per ol ti pi ih M'S of and and c bo for and ix of J lh th move tlic roin I'll bills of nr ci t nd Thousands of letters have been sent from here to tlie States lately carrying up more bad is true Hundreds of u- sed up gold hunters tire preparing to leave for the States spare them There is yer Oh how anxiously did her fond parents d tlu amo r its bend over her couch using every means in i f their power to save her Did I say No j of thc of as we informed and believe for help Ahey dm not their burthen on of a j wh h j loo here the and lorgo that He who cave had a met in The has broke and u o tho right to take away their H j cne tic shrewd I weather I saw fur the season beloved Ella For five long and nights j a A of extensive preparations in: was about to give his for farming and building in Oregon they watched for some look or token of but she knew them not On the i i i i i i n however her reason she inquired for her re the room She came i entered the room th one skle and the candidates for shall u ill tell it bullion bank bills notes of i v or id ol I ai door ol hu l-l Unibe c on- ly on bo in ni cr in ibo i or b a ibe dotn ol com if amount of N and pen o s demanded wilh this vear live and and be in Mother do you look so s-ul and why j is the doctor standing liere and all You have been very ill ray dear and you swcar vou m must not talk but try to y r But mother I'm not aru Shan t J swear I get well von thU woman hope so but you must go to sleep j Well T now and not talk any more i j q i i T L 11 T J She slept but twas the troubled sleep of ness She seemed to sink rapidly and the doctor told her father there was no h jpc for her that animal a biped or a Vo rung in his ears like a asked one of the visitors at a circus one day knell of a bystander I think an evident the ol nl id iho receipt uf The Boston Post says that it has been in- im he ad- formed by an intelligent correspondent tint he tilo has gone over thc statistics of the copper mi- MH one ning Oil Lake Superior the of he file in Iho lowing results He finds that Cunni s il no mines upon tho Like and thc be ie ih shares which have cost by to thc proprietors Tlie valno of the stock of these mines is their ed product has been or ut thc price obtained lor tho I J Copper is no u- worth nearly or and of lil In holies ibe s of I-M nr or or or -o ii ill ruin nnl will iho r n o i at MII h coins of much as it was two or yeirs Th r done all that human power of Natural History with bulging eyes previous calculation may seem unfounded to ihu United i and Green spectacles that the gentleman who those who because copper stock's were onco of or by t I have and I fear she must die j shows the animals calls it the subject of a foolish speculation believe the of ibo ol the or You must tell her then for 7 cannot i to be valueless But a little oi then As they thc sick room she Nothing is for the imagination than cd thu slocks of the National Forest He hesitated a moment should you fear to die Ell and then said up in a potash keltic or no 1 cannot must Alps a lemon let me die 1 dare not die j Tlic Of Grinn nrr nnw We have done all we can for you Ella and in we find you can never be any better Of a uut No no I cannot am not fit to und they too arc doing a large shall I dor Oh mother save me save me not let me die she said wildly and ed her arms around her neck as if she Of little boy not over ten years shield her The who was a of age was seen the other day cramming his tried to point her to the Savior but she would month with when a not listen She continued them not to let her die till death ended sufferings Oh what a fearful death to die Let us turn dear reader from thc mansion of luxury though of sorrow to yonder cottage out of it to he d ye think I The scrupulous neatness of all around tlie it house betokens tidiness within An aged rice at the or of business Stale of Mieli or association if the taxes und aforesaid ui anv part ther of re- for of live from ami alter iho delivery ef such iho whatever silver or bank bills billi of or oilier lies or or property of or he to pay tiie tax s and penally as demanded wilh per said sbail be for the use of nnd all and and and of which may thereafter become See That the remove the coin tank bills notes bills ol or other or or or lo some place ol safe und and after an thereof a copy of v hieh he in ot the Auditor of 1 thai he will sell ut i.e iho nolis ol exchange or oilier or chattels so and nt door of the of iho IM ot ol or is 01 alier shall by one in in the by a upon door of tho il of tho and wilh livo centum all and bo in or silver coin to r at time belore the dny he shall the coin bullion notes or 1 vil ol Io tho or lo same and take I reipt of flu h or in one ol v he in the oi liio Auditor ol Dill if no Mull lender be Iho of to sell in highest bidders lulls v notes bills of or or or of so wilb ibe eoin und seized and i the dooi of tile of roll l ef for ai sin h only the nl the Stales and unii ol oi li icp as bv is el of the oi he I n ed Stales or ol Iho resident uio ml and And the er- lo pi sson or en- I 11 eil a id Ibe exress t if anv lite i at Mich sale over ami of the penalty poundage rosis and itali loi e- pay 1 Slale or ile of ot Stale the a- mount of ted bini tise i 01 dis- alone ol an i he paid M jl Ihc of la tin ir In lor si linyi ether purposes and to which the said may be bee G That each is In fine ruling ilV ibis I lake and or mal to L the i ol Ibo I of lh of Ohio well full und lo ol mi in and lo ol Ohio with two or to be i d bv the ilor of Slate nol than one dr d conditioned lor and [irrl'oitnain-c of his and ho will lull lor all moneys v may conio into and loi the lo iho ol Slate or oilier lies all i Sec 7 if anv and a- nel lind or er haul bills ot or oi of lo tiie of taxis and wilh five and 1 i and oi di and in principal or ol ill or in of art i-v i be c a nt a i qn i ed I dis- er i in hon lu Ie bills id i or ot or of i or he innv or f an lind a n wh PI e v in v soever soever sanio be And in i oi t e- i- nl ol I I N be i t fl one I Slaie lor e i-v d- Cor o t bo and Jim i oi v notes bii K of i or b s MI or i 01 ol and nix Uaim N M j Norwich and others far more LM tirui has been ed s The crop of at enl rate of product is estimated at live linns of per month is larger in ol uf The foil ing If Ol tiie u iii li e pi i Thai ii 11 oi hui IM bdK of or h- I p: Ui male quietly engaged in knitting and reading is a tlie standing by somewhat amused at the fpccta- o liy irum cle liim what he chewed the do 1 chew replied t tie sir I if to thc strength Marcb Come in Joe and let's n nft afford il Mich broke or or coin o baa or in lu at the same time a young Thank ye Thomas t afford it Iv not more than seventeen eighteen years but Ml pay for it Oh I m not speaking of i the money Loss of health 1 and for I tell you what il on a rude couch at the other of the are the only occupants present May June July FV 1 r i nr c i or roqiiirt-ci ii 1 bills ot oitu r yi ui nii i y or or oi my sin or us j or IP oi i t r f i wr ni hv of tul coin nir r i f 111 i n i v i M i 11 11 i 11 c i ol iir or i un is Mtn or 1 t i M it I i1 i tu ii c or o of In 1 ci t ever d p i oll nr T I fi il ni M i V i i r 1 M I f I i of ruin lo iii tis ever so Death marked for his own But listen Those sweet i words mother dear and how true I wish one knew how yet how firm supporting arm of Jesus What should 1 do without strength and grace Her had been reading the beautiful Of Ins To mo 1 i -in henr and its sweet words comforted her as she ed down toward thc dark vailey whence ever return Yet though she passes through that valley she fears no evil for her Sauor in she trusts is her guide and support A severe fit of succeeds thc effort to speak and as her mother hands her a glass of the gentle you and the A young man having finished his medical 1 studios to an eld to ls 1C bean eligible for a replied the old can vou ma sir I can feM a puke and from it disease patient is subject to then said the old out his arm are troubled with the the voting physician after a look lud it in my life sir -Id th re in t for at made bv the appropriation rj by Congress for th the f- rection of of th and tho an i thc President's Library For tiie Profound silence was appropriated For paving se you think 1 1 Oil U I smile it are an ample But she is soon to pass away from earth and P I think hor will hf c said her place will be vacant Mother will you raise me a little so thai 1 may see the sun set once I do not think 1 shall see it shine again Why my child do you feel I feel weaker not see another for my Savior is with me me I place all my strength is George again tell taken upon him he must De to or to glorify God on earth and meet me in heaven at last And mother twill not long before you will come to be with me till you come I will hover near and watch ov yon and be your guardian mother avenue from the President's Square lo reck for the but you don't A for an equestrian statue of ton A church was lately builtin the facade of a was ordered to cut tho or ur ol n er of of oi por d bv ii Oo1 e nni'.'al oi e In vi r tiie ma b ill bi or I oi 1 ii li -i be j i coin ol i- 11 S...- -I of n I ny c-m or of ir ii bank or f-r ei i or or anil v en- II 1.11 n pav 1.1 n I ol soi ol or bond or ed obi a lied ol Ml lie i j 1 in in lln an sb -.11 be and uf no I I il any pi uon hall nr ur IN n am i f of f bailee ol oilier lii r dili r oi I- s v r lo n lor n it i I h- r or ibe i- v ale of county a- or iih or nj on or in bonus know 1 a Benlon Above f century was a class of or may bills or bv deed or other rf estate or more ul this taxes or any pail thereof i1 of any or or by any judge of ther of the said courts against auy person the of or county or herein or anv o- ther county or officer lo such son performing any duty of his said office directed authorized by any or statutes of for tho of publie j mios may a opy of said proceedings tile in of the of the proper a to dis- solve the injunction with costs and at anv tinio thereafter on day's notice to tho or complainants or her or their counsel i the General or the ol the county may demand the said motion shall he heard by iho proper if in 1 nr bv any such court if in and such court or as aforesaid shall and speedily determine the Ami in case I lie said court or io the injunction with costs the file a decision in ibe clerk's office of tho said and thereupon the shall forthwith out and deliver to the or Attorney a of the dinus aforesaid and all the exhibits and proofs the expense shall be taxed and to the clerk in the of cause Ami tlie General or days to the complainant or complainants or bis her or their counsel may the said ami to ibe of Ihu said or to the or anv and cause said to be heaid And said or as the ease may be ur of tho shall the motion mil the same And thu said dis- or supreme court under its seal or i lite bis hand shall ibo of said to the court tlie same appealed ami in the injunction shall send u j under seal of Ibe 01 band of I lie the same the le proceed in ace with the so And in i ase of sneh j m ibo injunction shall be aail ibe or complainants shall be ed in the eost v ith all the I And it shall not be fur sneh oi upon or I anv other upon iho same to lion Sec I i That whenever an notion lit law or SUM in has been ed or may be eii son in- ol or comity ilor r county lor jiei fortni or at- j I i any duty or di- by or Stale lor I the i lion of Ibe auditor or shall be and paid mil of the county lees and oilier ior sni h at or suit Mid amount of any 1 i i sir said ind oMs shall oe i v liv eon v a a all ibe lu I and bv said auditor be l- ed or of al anv lime p i h ol the In- 111 well a- tlie toiv and school districts and as m i C Speaker of of j j of tho Senate pro Iti.lX prised in the answer to brief questions iM in aii if lie or ban in ibe a v ni M i hat il anv or 1 shall reins or t an duties luti t limes it be deemed as a of ibo of Ins bond and bun to in that to n uie a- of and as said interest anil per and costs of suit bich bo I and condor ti d by tho General in iho section of tho act to amount ol such Uses and live per prescribe his passed the first day of May in the year bundled and Idly two Sec 12 wherever nn injunction lias eir been or may hereafter by liao court of common or courl of probate ACT a nd ol i See I it till ni nf the Ohio v nny new IMv iie oil ibe uf i I'll its ul proper on a ul the lur such i tuv ibe ol and 1 of a copy ul li n t tu mi- e- ot the who shall i ii v ei e mi ice to the electors in die 1 in ol ibis act lo 1 i t d J ic on and im ut clerk 1 til by lu up m thiee in iid lu not ttMi nor mule to ol holding c li whenever a is ID happen 11 in the ol ui il e my township m S t be i i ii i emu i at anv six m vv ise she biMiiy ul i c to the tow to 1 such by up in public pinces in tou Ing the ol lo be notice be nur inure l vv en v v up ii be at stith at r ci rk a- may bej direct Sc C i believer II be made 10 1 ill s of Ibe I ibe is nol a 111 HIH tow public bad been in m would be im ul J ot is In reby to on or mure Ui tovvnthip m iv em j proper and ol to 1 e ur J so d K lu of s I I I is i 1 lu lu tic I d it s Iu decrease ul in snd court i li to 1 i iv j L I r that nn 1 b- nl bis the expiration ol d 1 md ila ny 1 iie to any u her tlie Hie ice ill nl that ol tii A i as id si i all ill ol then ibe o vv tiie be m ib r us it had been elected lor such Sec of the 1 lu n bith to election d lie nr such or t r m it n in ibe 1 vv I- n r tlic Civ ol it i d s en je iu sin h ol i M or p w of Hie vv Oil ur ti -11 a HO e n v t a in s i n v n p -us liv d s id ludje aNu ij wi e In- IT i or in te i appoint t i i i- u n i r nt 1 ii ii i ir a o i t -I i-ii if he or any whom ibe ir of such con- i b bv nif or us c -e in i i ibe and ol I'd Judye on i ibe or tiie person or is to grant t vv mess directed to any bis county who sh.iil and re- io Stid HI time and place 7 Thit freeholders shall sworn rtt to such agreeably to dence and no evidence shall be but such relates to the points in the und iri d is closed he freeholders shall and seal which shall be eu by said Judge il by such decision I there be vacancy in the office of of the b Uw of said or the township if no who give notice io the io cy as in other caws bat if by good be shall transmit ibe same to the clerk of the court of who shall immediately thereafter proceed if no had taken place Sec 6 That no election of Justice of ibe beset asido by merely because illegal votes have been given at such e- if it appear bat the person or whose election shall be contested has the greatest ut helegal voles given election deducting all illegal votes given when shall be no evidence for whom such illegal were giveo as well as all illegal votes which shall appear io have been for the person or persons whose shall be contested Sec 9 That in case any of freeholders summoned fail to m the time aad place of shall appoint other freeholders to thc and the witnesses shall bt or provided if She said Judge fail io attend said irial any disinterested Justice of the of she county may perform all duties re- quired of Judge by of this Sec 10 if the fail in setting aside the he shall pay the cost aad the or as tbe case may be shall render judgment which here shall he peal and istue for same io the or aay of bul if election is set township id which such election held pay costs The saH judge or as the case be sbali out and a of such costs and forward to the trustees of such wuo upon the receipt of said of costs issue their orders on the township treasurer for the ment of the same The said Judge or as be receive one dollar per day and such cne dollar per day and the witnesses and or their lers as in Sec 11 whenever person is i-d ID the office of Justice of the Peace and re- a commission from the Governor he shall take necessary oath or affirmation io such office the clerk of Conn of Common of his proper county who is hereby authorized io the same or before uny of Peace ot proper county who shall ten days certify lo ibe clerk who shall in either case I muke record ot it in a book provided for that j und Justice of the Peace so I he deemed iu any f-f of his office within fen ihc taking of said oath or i inlo io be approved by thc of township lo Stale o Ohio least wo j i of inn ihau one dollars ner more thousand collars at the lion of lie tu be deposited with -btp township j should elect then wilh ship said Justice shall well mid truly over according to law iiil i come inlo bis by of bit and conditioned be u ill und truly and perform every j act is upon bun by law on i which bond suit be brought and penally by wuy person injured by tir j or of any such in I KS on given by sheriffs aud on re- Infill or neglect io enter into such bond the mvc nonce of a new election to sach Induce I in the opinion of inc i nny security i be by nny of Peace ii net be or for HI I shall lo such lice in he 13 required 3 lo 10 the c and on or refusal ol any j Justice lo enier inlo any bond vrith I ul bv this net the sh.iil deemed trustees shall give ol n to Idl such office I Sec every Justice of the Peace m days ibe dnie thereof lo clerk of ilc who shall make an thereof in n book by him lo be provided for lhat purpose and nt least days previous lo expiration 01 Mich commission ibe shall give a written im ice KI the when such will nml on notice shall he of saip lo rind a Justice of l li'l in manner pointed section of HCI and said inn bold an election before happens Sec That all elections under the this net be conducted in the is m ibt election of nl ihu Assembly and of lion in the such be entitled io receive ten per mile place the election io seat lo be pan out ol Sec 15 all resignations of ilia shill he 10 the clerk of nf pleas nf proper counly and so ehall same lime notice lo clerk of of Ins iion onri clerk shall days lo him certify same he of lou who shall as in other cases of 10 Thai should be no nny such township clerk shall lo required lo be given by act 17 Thai if any officer or neglect or refuse I nr ul be enjoined or by of this sncb officer person or be fined in a sum not less uv live more lo be any of Peace of the in an for the use schools in bn action commenced and prosecuted by the the township no complaint ol Sec 13 Thai the act for ibe linn and Justices of ibe act sici ID the net io provide for of ol i an i amend aan for die and Jus e- of ibe Pe February 23 and the -ire hereby repealed provided repeal nol in anv way or manlier r nny v Inch under ads Sec This aci shall and force from and afier die diy of c: j and JAMES c JOHNSON of tlic of March II AN io ti-sul.itc Fcts of lo the KI ice ol 1 Re it nf Mch tins shall receive lor services rendered prescribed in oi act Sec 2 For each cause to b but MT for filtering a of V u be charged but one case for takini ail lor summons or I cents for Iii in or any paper r pleadings in any cause six c i or all ihc f TI at vouchers executors 1 lour for I of any writ SIT coins for is run cne nanini Cents a no for every name four each four o e- r ing of each six each len for meni on len IT f verdict tin for orders on cvnts each one hundred I r or orders on thc lor of judgment cr e- on record twelve special rule six for or ten rule of a copy thereof seal for entering fof appeal for drawing cost which shall he taxed but once in each making up a complete record in each ten cents for each one hundred words sucb record may contain for making out copies of o nny proceedings in a cause when required by ther party or the law with tho seal en cents lor each one hundied words for ci i OK FOURTH PAGE
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