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   Huron Reflector (Newspaper) - February 15, 1853, Norwalk, Ohio                               Published Every Tuesday Morning. BYC. A. PRESTHX AND F. O O One O One m.vUis. -S column A wjimre 0 column I One square 1> column j One squ.ire 1- J year... j Two 1 ye: I i i VOL1.1IE XXIV. thirty-one; 'he act; act eotitled''a'n'act prescribing the duties ofttptr- vhnrs. and relating to roads aud highwiyf.' ed January iwenly-oindi, one drcd asid forty-seven; the eci passed Mtrch, 1 Ufc one thousand eight hundred and forty three.eotitled "nn uct to authorize county m SORVTALK, IUIROX I) AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1853. ny county in this Slate adjoining to, or bounded iMJjlBLK br llle Slates of Pennsylvania, IJoclrn. THE BRIDGE. Whene'er a rainliow alons liie sky. Tiie liioasli'.uil clni.i evjx-ctei! Ai-ai-l Inniis XVitl: liiili-furle.1 wii.'ii-, ;-ii; meekly tlil.fe.! hands. For lie hnd dre.-med the a f n On which rarae I ri.'lit oa-.-s- :de I'.ir A str.'inse it'i.i jilenssm he And ln> yuaiig heart love's s-.veet JaiiU ran o'er. llo-.v full ot dreainY 'if- fiiee. How uiany teinjer uric-jines lille.i his eves. v isiinms He watche.i. In mute an.) holy converse u iili tne >kies. The raimh cl'ili! erew w.-iri BIU! vvenk; And a- Iny !he Led One dnv cI'Momi. hco'ilv tzentlv uiil ihe -Aiiyri reach down In niusius trance while sizing on th" clouds. A flood of In ilifliumi I air. And fonii a> il irui.i A rr.iiilow s.'ioiu-div mely there. A lender smile o'er ihe p.ile ilio l.risli'. die .Aiiiit-l-i come. U. fee i heii pinji their et Ik1 'iniu their ilontcu liotiis. JLOVE ONE A liitie vv I'll .1 look. t'ru I; rer.'lina a i.uii.Ierous Look, All 1-onmi y. vi Ivi'i p.ml nisei! with sold. And n? vvns ilr.n the clulj coulJ hold; Yet (.'early lev to 10 it o'er. For it j-l.c look.-.l at her --ntilnm Itsaid. -i-titic chilJren love one another." ihouiht u uasi.r.iiitifnl m And the U.sson hum" 10 her heau she t-hc vv.-tlkr-! OM her unlia tru-t.n-. AuJ :i clove-bkr loo1, un iii-r IIH-I Tiie Holy liille I mint nl.ry. So.ni-'iMiiin. I'll he km ity'my ihrlns brother. For "I.tuie clnidien mtin love ench other." I'm sorry lie's nauuhiy an-1 will not pr.iy. I love linn s-'tili. for I ihinV. the way" To make him uentlr ,-iml kuul to me. Will I.e I ll.-r linn SCO I strive !0 (lo I lliii-k n.'llt; And thus when e Iin'-el to i r.iv lo-niyht, De.lr moiiin ri Mietn'it-r my hrnilier. And one another." j riSy escnpes me. and would escape a priest, ;is the liyht grows so dim, that 1 cannot dis- whether root or deer, twelve fcei 'That bat came near krux'kittor out tin No. 19.1 AX ACT Fi.r and Ilonds am! Sec. I. it lnj Uir Asarmtly nftiie fHattuf Vhto. That ail Roads and iat our strange appearance, and a puilthei I ch have iicen, or m...y hereafter be, laid tliev go across mv nose. The the nooks in whistle out LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY Al'TUORITV. ten, as I spy out ahead, what to one uiiiui- 10 the prov sions of tins mi; ti.tted would have seemed p-ile rocks stick-' aiul !-llal1 "Ol ue than thirtv, nor more th .n linn; up out of the waler. 1 twist mv body K'PJ u" "ll> uf r s. urn roi.ds.siid'l be oeti-riiiined bv the viewers ol" ;tO the riont and taKe up my rifle. Ihe Cat- the same, a- Hereinafter noe movc-s on luster, i'or old Mike has dis-, Sec. TbiU all apjdintiions lor laying out what's ahead, and the game's review or vacating aux- in sisfht the more speed the better. ap- rodli to '-1'0 r, conniii-ssio'iers, signed hv at least twelve tree- proacn within MX rods. atejtftrm holders ol the couaiy residing in the vic.nily or lircnty d'-cr a little xvhero su.d rond is to be Uid onit viewed. review- Startled, some watching easy e.''' a'Ieri'd, or vjcaied: and one or nit.ro of liie most Of them feeding lu as ulore.aid, i ,.r. shall enit-r lino bond, wilh .-ectirilv. ly, SO wolldtrtlll IS theetkct of the hyht Up- able 10 liie State olOhi... fortix- usr-ol ilie'C.'niii- l'nem- before and lu-aresi au- stand iy. coudiiioDod thai iiio I.CJM.H or iua- three bucks and two does, side bv Side, fa- SUrl1 fur J cictr, rccii 1C till: rti- bl-- or of aitv ruad. iav into Ilio it xvrouahl: The hiile dnl as ilihle t And ua< ihe l-'or thebo1. loukcd up in To meet tile of her l.n Ills lieari lull, lie coul.l nui He a on clii ek; And God iookc.l dywji on ihr hnppy moiher. little children loved ench utlier. fUisccilaiiTi. Deer Hunting At "Cranberry in our as to re11 bv riini cing the 1 driuv a bead gest buck and fire. Down he goes with a expenses accruing on MI. !i cine, llounder, and SOUse SOUSe 1 Splash tcniiivu or in case prayer of said pe- tlie tlock are in terrible affright and coin mo- he or when ihe pro- tiun. Thcv jump all about us. A doe that r- "ol, co'ihrnied and esltib'isned, ynd on neirlect was Standing beside the buck, dashes or lefnsal ol Ihe prisons so hound, afi.-r a Straight for the light, and I Catch myself i'-y shall have net nied to iniothe treasury ;ic- stonpino- to let her c'o over me; she veers, lo tenor of the bond, nil costs anil ex- i i i i i- thai li.ivo arrrucd llio of liowever, in her list lump and stands lust r .J J Lonnlv shall deliver such bead to ilie Pros- I tilt H aixjcft. (Jld Mikes n- ccnlina Atloinex, whose ditiv it shall be to col- fie breaks her down. Away go all the oth- and pay over ihe same to the County Tiea- ers ujp the bank, and 'twould have done surer: and in a'i cases of .he C'oiirt yottr soul good to see the flitting flags as io'render'ji''''1 tliey crossed the water mark, and disap- between the peared amnnn' the norways. 'Venison, by o. Tn.u all petitions for laxing out oral- said old Mike; and" we set about re- load "I'ec'fy the place of i the iiilennedi.ile points, (if any.) and the pi .ce. ol lennina-K.n ol sa.d road. Our deer auoard, we went on. Ihe air Sec. 4. Th.t to any pei.tions being had freshened to a liltle breeze, that blew presonied, for   vie-.veis-. who sh.dl also be a jury lo as.sess and dcierminc llic to bo in money (c.r Ihe prop- rly si lo bu ap- propriated, uiihuul dediic ion fur beneliis In anv propeily of lho ounei: and liiev shall also assess piemts-es liom ultirli such approii may be (alien, xvill be icndered by ihe open- ing and coiMinciKin of said road, and also a skil- lo the fin siirveuir lo snrvcx (In: .s.nnr. and .-hall issno ers. unil lho sub.-lance, of tho pc-tiliou for 1 road. nngers cnncin ouno ine SUC.K i re-ov er- ,.j Q{ ed horn asudaenstaitleqniCKenonoh to gel k j the paddle, slid my- i TllM il view- a thorOltoh appreciation Of a panther's YOICC. ,f J, i ersand Mirvevor as aU.resaid. after le- Tl o f I- I nlir f 1 St-'lf Uuu'n llie bollOlll, I Cs-tcd my head on reonin-d in the fi.ro'roiim sec- The fo ked und .earing, rat ling of sound s.t-m ;uij j ,o iiipH ifi-rf_ ;M lhe sun nlv t "i The e lie Side, mere thcorderofihc Commissioner or v.iih- in five allcr taking an oalh ,dn mt t The e dls' tlowlv. to take a peep Ilie Side, mere dnhe-ol their uppoiiilineiils. respec- WIIS a doc feeding in the about Iif- .shall taki; to Ih'-ir assi-lanco Iwo s lilahlo ty rods awav. I Stuck mv litle U'.f-rthe P-i'-'-on.s, a- Miam c-.nri rs. am! out- mailtrr, and i c-i i i "l l I and lircd. '.She looked up, suuched and shriek, that tills the air when a panther u screams, makes the blood quicken, and gives bed an ovcn the muscles electric action, ihe veteran hunter starts his rifle fiom its resting-place and never releases its chance grip of breech or barrel, as as there's hopes of a pipe- stem crack, or a foot put softly down among ihe leaves, giving note ot "Tis creat luck to jret a davliohtshotat one b r r flOOUt of these lions of our forest. J hey are ly'seen by sunlight, unless when in some deep the watching hunter sees them reach their head and shoulders from the thick alders, to lap water. When the pan- ther finds himself discovered by human kind, he curls his great biil from side: to side jn w MUv frum me eve-balls dilate and sUtre v.uh more cd lo vi. vv. sni ey. ami l.iv ...ad, a- praxed lor in llie pcliUi. her taii. made a iexv da-hes at ine Mies, ami saillo aS) a Kt xvalked quietly up ihe bank. That's one ol the does up here, thoughl T, that Truax tells rtcrrr liven, "j was time, pr-rhaps, fo catch a deer m the tirst rate little where I started the nt. or alter or MS ncjtr tiie d ru.id bo n.nde, al a reason-jblc e.xtiense. Liking inlo con- SK'er.ilion the uli'ily. convenience, inentive- nienee and expense wh'ch xvill lesnli to individ- tials. as well as io ihe tnililic, if snch ro.id. or unv p.irt t'.erenf shall be csl.iblished and opened, or al.ered: and .d.sy ;us a jnrv tlssciuiirc ihe dunes comin-r up, Ihou-hl- I. and so re-loaded of'hem b> llie lourlh scc.tion of this M i. And llic said viexver.s shall, iu addilion lo their tilled down. As J rounded carefully saw an immense buck slain1 lie swung a l-rftv and looked of astonishment and cunwity than ft-ii', and a, sun on llim. f I ini-'ht un- made nn ellort to uet nearer. dni.es as viewers, at lh.; s.une lime as.s.-ss a.id delcriiniie Ihe .susi.uni d rmv belly deep jie'sons whose piciinses Ihe .said road is p oposed lo be cst.tblisheil: Provided, that surh v.cweis shall not be required lo a.-scss or avxaid damages or Io anv person or per- so.is. imiiors, idiois or Itiualics, in cnnse- of llie opening of road, unless: :hc df.-.ibtrdlv have aruiroaohed wiihin ten rods- owner o. ouneis, or their u-ei.'.s. bavmc noli.c, as provided lor in ihe lur dl tne ap- of him. for Us no unoomm.Ki tiling to pad- Ins, her. or die within five rods of deer, in the daytime ili'-irprupeiiy is sought be d. shall not until his eye lakes the human contour and catches the human gaze, does the; pan- ther shriek and huslle away. He seems lo acquire a dread, and if perchance the rifle, has not been deadly poised, and break but a limb or make bul a flesh sore, he re- doubles his efforts to get away, wih what strength he has remaining. If he mak-'- a freezing screech, or chance as he -oes. to mf m.jch 8is tfl sj.._ ,.re ,_ bite a mouthful out of a spruce or hemlock, thc 'j. 'tis more from crazy dread than trotn an- unaccustom- ed l-i mv rill-.-, bi-sides. it ha-! Bul of the first hunt on Cranberry. As ;inj thou-ht these facts and ih-: end each mde. sh.dl the nmn soon as it-was pitch dark, old Mike and 1 I "passed a d'-er Uf'r uf s.une. .-mo also the coiiiiiiencement q -i a- i i r.-id terminal on of said road-or stirvcv. to be -paddling xvhcn iheir lioads are down, feeding, xvhen tlu-v look up. I had a now patent ntl--, so I drew it to my iac- have liie J a .ijiitlic.ilinn vvjlh x-i.-w- crs, civilly ;i of thr- premises, on xv.ucii, bv Ihem. or are cl.limed: I'rovidrd further, lhat all Otis ai.d lired. The buck looked up, Straig.-it sh.dl be b ,rr-il. uiil. -s th. y be pic- scn'ied a-, piox-idt-d for by I his acl. 7. Tn.ttl'io snrv-.-vor survey said ro.i.i nmier the dir-i uon of tt.e v M .v ris. and cuise. ihe same to I.e cnii.-p.Mioiisix imulvvtl O'jen tiio amj (iisiaiio'-s. got our placets m the canoe, he in lli.t Morn eightv roJ, -it havin- dc- wilh the paddle, and I forward, ji.-i b.-hind ty no I h.xed the standing jack-hght ejected tall markcd mv si..hls. the sport. Just before sundown, iruax had ]a'KC. had seen j J-cl.lU I trolled up rfong the the a tr e. or mniituncnt creci'-d lor lii.it pnipos-: hi .'hall also mike uul and di liver lo one of tiie vie-vciS. del.iy, a cmred cfr- tificd icitirn of ihe snrve-. of s.tii! road, and :i of the same: and til'; mal.eund a report 1.1 st.iMii.' ihcir opinion in lower end of which we shantied-and had, d l j t., reported an abundance of fresh spoor. .But a few rods from ed, Mike had light, and saw t where she fell. the wick. Within the area of our shantv-l j.1 hu'he's some And lic 'bednt. cl the cf.mmis- noise, we expected no rramc, and saw none.I !u :l- T1-. rnn lhc repon of the viewers TT, v 1 .1, .1 i other direction. J.his had ju-t run .hrougli f Uic t; The jack threw a_palc upon the shore, l my bnun whcn_up wcnt :ill the (lags, bul lwo days of the .samo and fl 1 t i t, ..lit. t______ l'__n and sometimes put it nearly out how significant tho name to the night-hunt- in large quantities, make tan- gents at the flame, whiff past it, and seem to clip off a part- big miller has foundered in the grease, arid he Saps and tumbles. the flies." invohmta- rr favorable tiieicto, and that no the order uf lho of the lime and place of tncplmir. as spci-jtied in ihe said order: it is III-- fnrlner ilnlx of the principal paddle home. Boys that arc philosophers at six years of j thoir order" to the proper supervisor i aifo. fin- blockheads at forr. direninz raid road io opened: j reports, survey and pi thenceforth said road shall be considered a ptib- i lie highway, and the commissioners shall issue or ftuporvi- but if the roiiurt of the vieucis be against mcli proposed road or ulterition, or if in tin-opinion of the coin- tuissioner--, the same shall bi> tinnecoss-ary then I nu luriher proceeding shall be had thereon: and j the or in the bond the CApenbes. -iiall be liable for the full of sited costs and expenses: provided, that in all rases, where any oath or affirmation is required io be taken any person under lho PIOVIMOUS ol aet, thr same uiav utlmin- is.er-d by the snrv. jor or by one of the viewers, o- reviewers who have pn.-viou.--ly been sworn or alfinued tht-niselves. i Sec. 8. 'I'iiat it shall be the duty of the view- ers aforesaid, at ihe same time at which they are j requiied lo make report or view, to make a 'sppaia'e re-port, iu writing. Matin" the amount of danuijes. (il uud lo whom, which by I them have bi-en assessed, whieh would acerne bv the opening ef said road; and liiev sh.dl also file 'llie wrillen npplic.itions on txlnch such as.vet.s- nienis havo been made, wnh the conuiv auditor. 'And ihe commissioners shall cause tiio said re- 'peitlo be publicly read on the third day of llie se-sion at which u ivu- recea ed. and if no peli- lion forievicw or alieratn.u biiail have been pie- sen led and received, ti'id ihe s.udl bo sitNlied that the amount so usse.-sed und'do- lerimned be tmd und that thesaid load will, their opanou, be ol .-uiiicieni nnpor- Unee to liie puhlu: lo cau.-f ihe damages which have been assessed as afoiesaid. lo be pai.i the comity, 1'iev shall order lho s.iine to be io the iitii.heanis ino county but if. in llu-ir lo.ui is not ol siuruu'ul importance to the pub'ic to cause the s..me lobe paid by the refuse lo establish 1 llie same a public highway, unless the damages which have b'l-on u-.se.--.--ed aie paid bv the pen- dinners. Until' nppliciilion, by petition, shall I have been made lor review or ulieralion, Ihen l no fnilher piucecding he h.id on llie repori Itill the final deleimiualion of ihe i the application I'or review or alteration. I Sei-. 9. 'I hat hfler Ihe viewers ol countv road have made rclnrn in favor ol ihe sumo lo liie scvcnlh M'Clion of tin.- act. and before said lelm u shall be rt-cordcd, and ihe said roml established, it shall bo lawful loranv eiiizen I of the lo upplx io the !a review ol said road, bv petition, rxnceablv lo llie set-linn of ibis act. and the cumini.s- sinner.s shall, on such petition piesenied, .in 11 be i satisfied tne s inio i> just and i ea- soiialile, appoint live disiuleiesled lieehohlers of llie eouiily lo review said road, and isMie their order lo said reviewers, directing them lo meet at a lime lo be, sped ed m sin-li order, or within five il.ivs tht'icafler: anil the s.uri lor review. shaM eiUise .it lea-t d.iy- nntii e U> Inx nil-en lo Ihe piiiieip.d pelilionei tin- said i.....I, of ihe time and place of the nicelinii of said and liie said rcvieweis shall mei-i, after hav- leceived liie notice above leipured, ai'cl af l.-r lakini; ihe oath or allirii-atinii. d In the siM'i of this act. shall prnc. lo inc the iniiti: survevd for >aiil mad llie for- mer vit-vver1-, and a i.'iaiii, m wriliny. lo the Ci'inti-i-----iiuieis, llieir (niMiimis in fa- i the eslabhslimcil! of said ro.id, or any pan thereof and their leasous fur l, e same. (And if the lenorl of the lev.cw be m lavor of is.iid road, t'tr same I.e leroid- ed and opened, lo ihe ol'lhis I ai-l, uud ill" (ifi.-on peisnns iioiinil lor (he j same, shall av inlo llie connij In-asinv lho a- l mount of ihe eosls ul such Imi if the i..- port he IIM- (iiisl r.f sui Ii ro.jfl, i no luilher shall he had Iherron be- fure ihe ami llie cxecut- lln> fiisl bond sh.-.ll pay into the. ciinnlv lieas- ury ihe io.-ls and expenses of ihe view, suivcy and review ol said mail. Sec. 10. Tn.it uhcii ihe place of liejinniiiir, or line course of anv Male 01 c oiinli mad sh.ill be nncerla-ii, irason ol the .emova! (if auv j monument or mari.ed nee. In which such road i was or'.jinallv or from anv oilier I cause, lho eouiily commissioners of the proper i f oiiniv niiiv nppoinl three d sinl.-n-sied landhold- ers of ihe (oiinlv In re lew and sliaijjhlen said I road, if lliei shall deem il and a com- pelent suivi'jor lo ine san.c: and said re.- I view'-is and mrvcjnr. afler taking die oalh oraf- firmalinn required by ihe sixth se( lion of Ibis arl, I-hail view am! sai'l road, and ihe same Icoirettly maik as in rase of new .Toads, and shall m.die a relm n of said Fiiuev, and a plat of sa'd road lo ihe comiii.ssioiieis. who 1 shall cause llie same In be recorded as in other 1 c.ises. and from ihoureforlli road, siirvf-vorl an aforesaid, shall be considered a public i J3 U i 11. That if any person or persons, I wi-nsc land any stale or i onnty road is. or may j he esiidih.-hcd, sh-d! he desiiou- of nn uiiiff K .id 1 road ihroiifrh any ollu r p..rl of hi? or hind, sue.li or p'-tsniis by oiire and peli- 1 lion, ajirei'.d.ly lo (lie third and I'mii lh seclinns cd ibis net, rijiplv lu llie edmmissioners of the w'lile :n s.-scinn. (n pi', mif him or Iheiii lo lurii said road ihrdiiuh anv oilier iiact of his r.r llifir land, on as crioiind. and u i'lmnl ini-i r-asmtr (In; disia IK e 'o I of ihe pu'n'ic; 1 and upon I lie reecipl of sm h p.-lilii.u. Ihe i-nin- mis'-ioners shall appoint a and Ihi'-e disinlerested fii-chnldeiw of ihe cnliulv, ;-s ers- of said road, u hn pi. n-i d and 'smvey llie Qiimnd over v.-im-h s.iid mad i> lo be Inrned. and the distanco j whu.li said ro.id will be increased bv sneli pro- pnsed alter.il 1011, and out a rcjHiil, iu wri- liii'_'. siaiini' Ihe .several dis-iancfs sn found, ln- pi-l her ilh I lu-ii" iipimn.i as lo ihe iililil in n 1 lihtv of said alliT.ilion. and il S-MI! lier.- holders shall Ui cc'iiii.i-sinnprs l.iat i Ihe pr.ivcr nf the or i el.ii..ii.-is is iea- son and Il.at the alt'.'ia'inu not plarp Ihe road nu worse ground, nr in.-reaf-e Ihe d'S- lain-r- lo the ininrv (.f ihe pnld r. thin shall, nnnn rrfeiviuir >al isT-n f vid< .K r- t't.'.l I IK s.'d ii'MV r" :d I.as h.-en f i d a h. -n'd m aM lesperls etpial lo lie nld mar! for lho coiivei.H-nr c r.f ir.ivellTs (if in then lho will ha jn-t and decl.m- new r'tad n fudi'ic and reenrd I Iheir-nf. and, the s me lime. v.-'C-alp sn inncli ol ihe old ro.id as is embiaceri bv lite new; and Ibc or p'-r-nn-; j riay ihe cn.sK of ihe view, f in'- and ret urn of said nl'..-i .'-n: the I missioncis shall b.- s :tish'-d l fi -I :hu um is j of .sufficient adv.'iiti.Mr- tu il." piiblie to cause tiio 1 same tn he paid bv ihr- connly. :-ec. 12. TliMt it shall Ix-rorne necessaiy lo a r-iad on u tonnt-. line, ihe inhabi- 1 tnnK Mich line m.v. ihe coninns- J sinners of iheir pef! i V" con lilies O.r a vi- v.- nf such rn -d. m ll.e m n n'-r point' d out in 11 p: r- sei Juus (if tins a 11: and il shall be I in v j of such boards of fni euc'i of 'ho coutilies in'fresl'-d. Inapjioinl two direct 1 holders as view.-rs. who. or :i of Ib'-m, fliall ;il th-j time and plai named in order   .ipi n.nl .1 vr-, nr: nnri I he rrs a nd nr an pint1 l''d aforesaid si i at I :.l--o be a foi il." M's.-niciil ul -h ill in .d! p spi-r Is In i n> d '.lie us 'of ihe if s I: tbo 'Viewers ami ns .'-hall m.ike th-ir n j-oil. in v. ui fur or id. Irj lh" con ol ih" i tin'. onf "ri.ed: a IK. lh" rnm npnn re- c.e.viiiL' such repoit, in nil respects be pov- rrn-id b> inis act. Sec. I'.i. Thai if. on rereivin; anrl tbrre ivi I'-jal nn1- and of nil lh'_-   several loivnshipN adjoining such rnad. Ui -elect one from c.icli of tiieir number, whose duly it shai! hi; to at some coincnioiil plaee iunr the hue of lho Fame. (Ihf lime and place lo be appointed 1 by thn oldest t-nvnship previoti" lo Ihe lime appointed by law fur apportioning lubor io respective road di.-tric IF, and shall i a number of to open snr-li road ami keep the s.iine in rep.iir, dividing the road in Mich manner lhat ihe persons su .is-sijriK-d mav j work under Illft orders of the supr-rvl.-ors in ihe township lo which they belong; the supcrvi- and persons so assigned, shall be governed bv the provisions herein contained. That when any county road, or part of any county road, shall be considered useless. any twelve freeholders, residing in lhat part of the county where such road i? established, may make aujjlication, by petition, agreeably to the nerotid and fourth of this to the co'iiniissioiiers of thecounlx. lo riicale the same, seltinsj forth in said petilion the rea-sons why said road to be vacated: xvhich shall pre.sented and publicly read at a regular Kes- MOU of the cominisMoneis, und no other proceed- ings ue had thereon, iniiil the next session ol said commissioners, when it shall ajain be read as aforesaid; and if no objections be made, Ihe may declaie said roan vacat-   leqiiired by tbisact, i xvilliuui making salisf.iclurv excuse for Mich re- fusal or ho -shall be fined in any sum. nat eM-oeduiw live dolla-r, lo be recovered by action ol debt, by any person, smut; lor the snmo, bc- lore any Justice of lho I'eaco, xvit'.in the lown- ship, wherein the- per on so uppoinlcd, and re- liisinj or muy reside; and shall bo pan; over wiihotii delay, by the Justice of the 1'o.icv, or Coi stable cullecliiig llic >ame. to tiie 'I'le-jsiuer of tl-.t> township, his receipt th.refe.r. And tiie trustees sh dl cause fines which shnll he paid inln tho township ticasury, tinder the ot tins a.-I, to bo expended on loads and within their lownshjns, in-i: 17. That all persons, required lo lender sei vices under th s act shall receive compensation lor each day ihey shall necessarily be employed, as I'ehows. to wit: viewers and reviewers, one dollar and fifty cents; chain catrieis and markers, one dollar, e.u-h; snd survexor two d'.llais; to chaiuud as costs and expenses, and pujd otil of Ihe (oiinlx lieaburv, on tho older of lho county Aiulilur. Sec. 18. That nn appeal from tho final decis- ion ul the commissioners for a new countv road, or for ullcrmg or unv Ktato or cininty road, shall be  ecunlv, to bo ap- pioved hv the ciuinlx uudilor, lor lho pavni'-nl ol all i osis and expenses fiom sne.li appeal: I'niriilnl, ihat minois, idiols and Innalics. or llieir iinaidians. may uppual without bond; and llu: cnnrl oi cuttiinoit pleas inav, i'' in their op.iiioii jnnlicc and the inleiest of the, public   ol iheir upi-i'inimeiii, shidl pmcirci on a dny i to be iinmi-d MI MIK! venirr, m ex-.mnir-pi-rrnruilly llie line of the prupi.std ic.id, vvln-rf it p .sses I the in cdutioveisv, nnd reiurii thfir iit-ci-s'on, in wntinji, lo i'rob.ite Cuiirt, .mil sh ill --OK r llie MHI.I- in tin- rn-nrd jwnliilie and th'1 dcei'-mn 1 m-.ice nii'l 'Mil: mi ri-cnrd ns be l I.nil. as hrreii r prnxidcd Si'-. -Jl Th-ii (he d> risii.ii nhi.iined in HS pini'Vil Inr by 'be ixxrnsy ..o i vv ni y thir-l ''I ill's -I ind be ccr- iil.rd b.jrk i" file c-.tinlv .'iidi or, ncd if the conn- I t v tin: d----m s-i-ch rond "I stil- lici'-cl iiiipnriHiict' to ihe public to ill'- PI-MM-- .n.d r- in the pro- couri to be p nd bv the C'.in.ty, il.r> ni.iy re- Inji- lo ihe mi'', ui.l..-? ihe parties in- I'l-slfd m ilie I'.c.ition ol siiill pav, or Ciiu.-1- m p.ii'l In inf "I s.ud road, to iif d ih'- e.'iin1} m [u.j.s'-.s ineMri.-d and .i-sr-ss' d: 1 iunv-'.-vt-r, ih.il It b" lor tin- ci'inmlS- i il m tic ir cpiiii'ni a p Tl onlv dl s.nd vvili be of public irihly. In   m t its.-- ii'.di-i r'- in be PH: I cut oi ih" it" isi-.iy .ii'l t'li- oilt'-rs eiiiMl'd ui in the bill of 'JT TIIK' wh'-n siite or county road muy In- n.j'ircd cr h-, ihe w ol Like, river or cr.-. U. it the ol tin: irusi.-e.- dl lovvn-li'p in which Mich ii.jii'y iir 1 ln-r- (.1 r'.-id !M-.  have n townrhip road laid out, from the plantation or dwelling place of any person or per- i-ons; or from any null, or house of public wor- ship; or lo any public roid: or Irom one public roid lo iniersecl another, il shall belavvfnl for j si'ch person or persons lo pennon ihe iru.-lers of die proper township, lor the same, after yiving j tinny days previous nofce ihereol, by Hdveritsr- meni pnfied up at ihrre public pUc'S within said lowiislrp. forih in said advertisement the lime when such pennon i? to be presented, ihr pl.n-e ol intrrmrijiale poinls, if any, and pi ice ol irrminunon of said road. SKC. Tint on such petuion present- ed lo ihe trustees, nnd thry being ihnl proper notice has been yiven, ns they sh.-il! c iusc ihe petitioner or petitioners io enlrr in- 10 bond, with sidFiL'irnt security I'Hy.ible io the Smte ol Ohio, lor the use ol ihe township, und conditioned dial the person or prisons Mich application, shall pay ihe nnuiun'. oi nil costs and expt-nr.es of ihe view and survey of said road; mid liic- peiiiion yh.di be re.id in open niPeiing ol said und ibey briny satished thai Mich proposed ro.'d is neui-ssnrv, ihey sh ill appoint three judicious, disinterested hindhnldeis oi the town- ship, who shall constitute n jiny, and a fuiveyor, who shnll, iifier inking die or affirmation re- (piireii by the sixth si-eiinn ol mis ad. ttike io ihrir iiss-is'nnce two chain curriers, nnd u murker, nnd proei-ed. at the lime din-ctrd by the nustrrs, or uithin ihrre ddys thcreahrr, to view the mound iilons; vvliu-li siiid is proposed to be esitifilu-h- fd, inc.lie ihr sitrne as near the praver ol 'he prlitnnier nr petitioners, ;is a unod ro.id o-in hr had ,tl a re isonnhle expense; nnd determine nerord- mulollir provisinnsiif s.-ction fi.iir, of thti-ncl, the vv hicii sbtill br paid to th.1 ovviu-r or nvv ners the land whiih it is prdpdsed to the snne. ihe uniount of dunuurs he, or they muy sustain. SKI-. Thai til.- viewrrsshnll make a report, in wining, to ihr irnsterss. Imih ihnr o- iniiinn. in full, for nr the '-.s'ubh.-lnneni of inMcilirr with a sinU'tnrnt tif ihr 11 nny. ..ssj.-srd lo ench prrson through vvhosr l.iud 'In1 i.ui! i? piuposed lu be t-ttHblis.'u-ii: winch re- innriher wnh a return and phii of ih" survev inlsrnd slmll br uVpostird wnh the Invvii.-lnp jclf-ik, wli'i sh.ill iniiily ih" tni.sic'-s ilien-iif: 1 vvhi rt iij.un ih" iinsifrs nt tiu-ir nexl nieel- j cmse s-i'd rrfinrl tu be rend, nnd il ibe snme be in l.ivnr ol esmblishinii p.nd rn-id, nnd llie trus- tees di-ein n rrosoinible nnd fdtts- iinl ilini the (if nny have liceu cl.iim-d uml nss'-i'si'd.) hnve bren piiicl or secured In be paid, hv ihr pt-iincnrr or the cleik ol the township slmll enlrr the s.iid report on record. And the irnsirrs slndi ISMIC their order lo the pe- niioni-r or pelittoners, or any oflla-m. Inrpen Slid roiid lliirty feel wide, and from ihencelonh. the Kind sli.iil beconsidrred n pnvnie or township mad, -subject lo br kepi open nnd in repair, nl ibr expense ni thr applic ml or applicants lor Ihe snme: Pro- vided, however, Ihnl any township rnwd, which cnrmnrncrs in n Sialr, lurnpikn. f.niiniy or lovvn- bhip ro.id, leading or lermmantii! in u county, luriipik" or Sinte ro.id shnll hi- opened and kept in r.-puir by the snpervi--or. in wlmse nny Midi Invvn-liip ro.id ni.iy lie snualed ID whole ur in purl; and u s-h ill be the duly uf 'he supervisor to cnijsi' so niu'.ii ol the hihui of llie pers-uns Inm K- I dniti-ly inti-rt-sted, in such township road, '0 br up- pheij to the dpriiinii. or k'-cpniL' sue.li Inunship ro.ul in rep.itr, .is he muy deem irasuii'ibU1: and lh'- view andsmvey of such road? shall be p-.iid on! of ihr Idvvnship irr.iMirv; hut ii the viKW-rrs .-hall Tepor> lint tin- prayer ol the petition- er or iiriptoners is iiiirriis-oiinble imd ouylr. not lo urnntrd, no Inrdier prncredinti siinll be had j thrredii by sntd tritsina: nnd nil costs nrcrutiiiz nnd'-r Ihr prov isions of this sr'-tinn, sh.dl lie p.nd j bv ihr nr prr-nns iii.ikiny p'le-.iton lor sui it ro-id, eM.'epl -is herein j Sl-i; That ,in .ipp.-.il Irmn [lie linal icn dl llie irn-ii-r-i of th'- tnvvn.ship, nn 'ion or r'-piirt Inr a ro.id, thall be alliiw.-d to ihe proiinie conn, mid the court nny order another i view nl Hitd toad, or rn.dteanv other nn'i-r winch muy hej.isi nnd in I'rnvided the iippcll-int .-h.iil enter niln honrls in Ih.-Si.ilrof Ohio, Inr lite us'.- of ihe township, in ihe Mini nl (me li'iiniri-d dnll.irs, wnh cue or more ind i siilTi'-i-iil burrli'-.s in die iirtvpniiice of th'' loxvn- ire.isnrrr. wiihin lilii-cti d.iys Irom the d.tie of Ihr dt snid trustees, conditioned lor llie nl all costs ;mJ frnrn I Mich if ilie lit- eMubh-hi-d by 'hr prneerditi'j li.'i'l m ihr proiiiit- conn, app'-.il be einerrd wnli the jirobnl'1 j'tdije uitimi six tl.iy Irmn ihr d.iv o! thr lihnt; nl llu- i nnd v. nh ihr I lovvn-irp trr-Ksnrrr nn nriirr is.-ne lor up'-nniv -inj Kiwii-liip rimd until day- nlirr j the saiiK.-sh.dl hnve b'.-rn esiablisli'-d, at winch time lli" o! the towiislnp muy i--ue sue h or- di-r hv [rrecium of the s. Im1! b'-ni p'-rlecl'.-d. a_'rrenbly t' 1 this sr-rii.-n. Kht: -'U That ihr d. ci-lon t, .is s.-r--ion, f-hiill b" c'crk. vi ho sh dl i wher'-iipdn ihr ut IILTI- nl.ly in ihr tr.e pr..'...i-r jud (rt-p wlt.cli are ces in .itli-r c-i-'-'S. Sn, Th.ii vvlipnever any township road sb.'iil lipcnni'- tis-le-is, any car or mnrr rrM'Irnis df llie invvfiship mny, aff-r sivinj; tii" same nonce requiri-'i in Hie tiiiriii'lh .--ciion ol" this net, prtt- Imn llie trnsires tn ttte sanii1: n'i'j it s-aul inis res an: ibit llic pr-'ipT In-rll I'lvrll, Mid jnj'ietlO'1 vvll! h- d-inv tnrirby, iliry sii.dl. at tli'ir n'-.v! rrfiiar ni'-i-iinc. drclar-.- ;'i- s.mi" ind H'w no'.ce di'-rrof the lowii-lnp ch-rk. who shnll '-nk-r the siin- on the r'-fords "I 'b" Sue. That i.'it- ini-i'-'es nny town-hip tin.- t'.'alr b'-imd :hrv nre iirr'-hy upon p.'tt'io.i lor th.'t pur) io rflt'-r or eh 'he dt- oi -tny ro.id in iheir resji.-rnve m sncij tiiaiiner -IH sha.i n-asdii.tblr, rnid pubiu; conv'-nietic-.1 m iy refi'iirr. Sic 'I h-i' upplica.ion f..r nr anv 1 ill" s-'lTir -h.iil iwd I'V .III I ticlore siirb try-i'.-cs in all r sp'-cis 's required by the SKC. .'S liu-.i'.i rntrl'-d "an art for o- pTitTir; and rd imd v pasc- rd I'l'irt'-eirh. an'! iiiiriy-cri'': the en'Hl'-d ".in ac: 'ii'- ae', rnii'lrd 'an ac: ,ind ronds M ir -ind ncht hundred and tlrriy-nnn-: Inr enti- tled "m1, act to ihv :ic.i for op. -ind reg- iil.inns rn ids and Inalivv p irch tonr- t'-'-mh, one hnnd" thirty-six: the net. eniillcd act In smrf-d entitled 'an act fnr dprmoa .md ro.id? and htgh- Febnian OJIR ihonfand eiizin hundred a.-.d f-r v intir- _the act, entitled i act further lo amend ilie 'act tor opening .md reg- ulaling roads nnd pussed March i tvvtniy.fit'ih. one uiousand eialu hundr-.-d and tit'y- one; tiie eleventh twellth sections ol an act, i crrilled ac' prescrihinc the duties o! i visors, and relating to ro ids and I pn-'s.'d M-irch ixventielh, one thousand eiaht hun- o'rid and tlnriy-seven: ihe aci, entitled "nn set a- mcnriz'.ory of act, entiiled 'an act defining the j mode -of laying out and establishing township passed March'eleventh, one thousand i eicht hundred and thirty one; also, of an set. eo- j tiili'tl 'nn act for opening and regulating and Febninty uventy-s.xib, prc'.i unrrs an nppra the provisions ol I Inr in ill..- fnr' C'-rnlinJ b.-.ck io tin- lo'-vn-lnp nonfy nnttees ihlers sbal! i.l the east: r i.f lh" i.ioliiii- cnnrl. And shi.ll 11" .ilinvvii to ta the s mie by Uw allowed fi r similar st-rvi- ana, to lay out and I'stablisJj county roads oa" the hae'of ihis State thirty feet in "ths act passed March tweifih, one eighi, dred and (orty-nve, entitled "ao tctJo reiatieo to State and county the act passed Februa- ry tweniy-iifih, one thcosaad eight hundred thirty-two, entitled "SB act eopplemeatary'-totn act entitled 'an act for opening nnd regoUtlttg ronds and the act paseed second. thousand eight hundred- and fotty- entitled "an act to amend the act to for layiug out end opening township act p. ssed February eighih, oae ihousaod eighl- hundred and forty-eight, eoniled "an act to author ize ihe township t.-usrees cj any township in thw State to make alterations in township and they are hereby repealed: Prodded, however, the repeal of said aels shall not affect any aci done, or any right or Imbiiity accruing or accrued, or any suit, nm'.trr or proceeding, had or conw menced under ihe provisions of said acts. SEC. 39. This act shall take effect and be in" force from KRCI after tins first dny of March, one thousand hundred and liny-three JAMES C. JOUSSON, Speaker of ihe House of Representatives. WILLIAM IVIEDILL, President of the Senate. January iSo3. No. 21.] AN ACT the of (he Stale Library, and tu pro- vide lor Uie of Librarian. Sec. i. Be it enacted lij the General Assembly tlit, cf State of O.'tio, That it shall be the duty cf the Governor of this by and with the ad- vice uud consent of tho Senate, lo appoint a State Librarian, vvho shall hold his office for two years and until his successor shall be appointed and" qualified. Sec. 2. The Librarian, before he enters upon ihe discharge of his otHciu.1 duties, shall give a bend in the penal stun of ten thousand with good and Mifficionl security, to be approv- ed by the Governor, made payable, to the State of Ohio, conditioned that he shall failhfullv.dis- ch.irge the duties of Librarian, aud delLver over to his successor in otlire ail books and other prop- erty belonging to Uio Stale Library, according to law, aud such rules and regulations, as may bs' adopted by the General Asseinblv. Sec. 3. That said Librarinu execute and dolivt-r a receipt, to tho Treasurer of State, for nil maps and oilier property belonging to the State Library, or which tnuv hereafter be pur- chased for or presented to said Library, specilyiog in said receipt each book or set of books, map. or article of 'propcily s -paralelv, which receipt, with -llie bond {riven bv said Librarian, shall bo filed in tho Treasurer's office, and Ihe Librarian- be hold accountable for all said properly; and in' case of tbo death, resijnmtiou or removal from oHtco of tho Librarian, all books, maps aud other property b'-'lnnjiinj; to the Library, shall immedi- ately be deh'-crod to his successor in office, tak- ing his receipt for lho same, h shall be filed with the Slate Treasurer, nnd a credit shall be entered on tho receipt of the former Librarian ac- cordingly; Imi neither the receipt nor the bond of th Librarian shall be tjiveu up or cancelled, unless tho whole property in his hands shall have beon accounted for to law nnd the rules nnd for the government of the Statu Libra iy. -I. Tho Librarian mav bo romovod by Joint Resolution ol tho General Assembix, for Mirlicicnt cause, which shull be specified in sncii resolution. Sec. That the resignation of the Librarian shall ho made lo lho Governor, who is hereby niilhorizrd Io appoint a Libruiian in all cases whpro n vacancy shall happen during tho recess of tho General Assembly, and tho person so ap- pointed shall give the same bond, sign the satno receipt, and all tho duties appertaining lo said oflicc in lho same manner as though he had been appointed uccordinir to the provisions ol tho first seclion of this act, and ho shall hold his- ofiice until ihe nc.xt session of the General Assembly, and until his successor shall bs ap- pointed and qiudihed. bee. 6. That the Slate Library shull be tinder the management of a Boaid of consisting of tho Governor, Secretary of State, and Stale Librarian. Sec. 7. That the Commissioners of the Libra- ry shall linvo povvor to adopt any rules and regu- lations proper or necessary for the preservation, regulation and increase of ihe Library, not incon- sistent wilh lho luw which the Librarian shall in ihings ob-erve, und to superintend and direct all expcndiunea of rop'naliuiis made for the' Librarv. Sec. ti. That lho said Board of Commission- ers shjll control the of lho Reports of tho Supreme Court, and all exlrn copies of statistic? and oilier documents not otherwise appropriated or otherwise advisable to be preserved and kept in llic Library, and for the purpose of .making such sale, the Commissioners may appoint asuit- iihlo person upon such terms as thev shall deem best, from whom they shall take a bond vvilhsat- ial'acjory surely, conditioned for the faithful per- formance of liis duty, and pining over the pro- coeds of lho sales by him [made, and the Com- missioners shall apply the proceeds of such sales lo the increase and preservation of tho Library. Sec. 9. The Commissioners shall direct the Librarian tu exchange, statutes, journals, legisla- tive documents and other books with other Le- gislative, bodies and Libraries, as they shall deem proper. Sec. 10. All persons shall he permitted to vis- it the Library and ex. nnine and it-ad the books thoro, will-out tnkini; lho same therefrom, under such regulations as Board ol Commissioners shall pruscribn. .Members and c.x-Memhcrs of fie Genera! Assembly, Judges of the Supreme Court and Court of Common Pleas, officers of Slate and liioir Clerks actually engaged in the s rvice, of the Slaie, and Clerks and Seigeanti- at-Arms of lho Genera! Assembly, sh.ill have. fr.-e, access In tho of the books of Ihe Library, and have, liberty of same out. un- der .such regulations us ih-: Commissioners determine; but no public nfticer or'othir person having a right to tako books- out of the Library, shall have ihe authority to give any other person an order lo lake books out of lho same-, and if any person having such njdil shall give such order, or olhcrvt ist. obiain books out of tho Library to ba used bv anv other j.f-rson not havmi; such such pT.sun shall thereupon forfeit uli right lo take books ihcrelrom. Sec. II. That ilio Commissioners of tho SialB Library sh dl, five days preceding the commence- ment of each regular session ol lho General somblv, make a reonrt to the Governor, of all receipts and expenditures, and of the condition of the Librarv, and all other in relation thereto lhat they may deem evj edicntlor formalion of the General Assemblv: and said re- port shall be coinniniiicaled bv the Governor to the General along with Hi? reports of the Executive Departments, aiid State jnstitu--' See. I-J. That ihe ar-t cnlilled "An act rela- ting to lho Slate Librarv." parsed January 20. 16'-M, and the act (o State Librarv, pissed March 6lh. horebv reneided and the same arc c. joiiNSOiN. i.- lloti.-c of WILLIAM MKDII.L, of ihe ?enals. [No. -r.] f'icr.toiry net for t.'i-- inso.veat ..lector-. Si.c 1. Re }i cnnrtril hif Gr..'tr.rul Ass Stale nf Thai any person xvho may lie imprisoned nndrr any process issuer! from any of ihe Courts of ihis Slate, for >lie collection of n- ny tint- or peaidiy imposed by virtue id any law of tii'e State lor thr punish mem of any i'tTeoce, shall be entitled io all the benefit of ihe acr enti- tiee "An ac' lor the relict nf Insolvrnt and of any law amendatory 'hrreof, in the same m inner as though tbe amount of said fine, penal- ty or costs had agunst such per- son tn any civil action: I'loiidvt, lha! the judc- rnent defindnnt shall not be entitled to ihe benefit of this act until the expiration of sixty day.-'im- prisonment on such judgment, unless the Court rrndrrma snid judgment, cr nny Judge thereof ih' vaealton, shall other-vis" d.rc'-t. AW ESC. JOHNSON. Sneaker nf llic House of Representatives, WILLIAM MEUILL President nfths February I. 1853- 1 AUDITOR'S [JDRON Co., ffoVwalk, February 14, 1S53, i I hereby certify the foregoing tj> be a r.orrec-' i copy of law, as c'eritfied hy the Secret I tary ofS'aie. G. T. S Audiior ci Huron   

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