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   Huron Reflector (Newspaper) - April 19, 1853, Norwalk, Ohio                               m Published Every Tuesday Morning, j BY C. A. PRESTOS JF.'WICEUiM. TERMS. One'Uollar and Fifty Cents per annum, payable in nd- vance: Two Djil.irs. pay.it'ie xriliiin the yc.ir; am! Two i Dollars and Kiftv Ocuts. if payairni be delayt'i! iiinil tilt j ycfirospires. No ptipcr until all arrears- are paid, unk's- ai tlip option of the i-hrrs. i mscri'-u tiirte tiuiev for O.TC J'oHar per (of n.isO Twcnti-Fivc PLT t'orcxery iiKiruou less liian tlirtt- c: Out square 'J n. -S co'.ninu Onp ?quare t> rriOMihs, colinnn 1 >eur square U (no .7 jj 2 ear O-ie sna.ire 1- s J colniun 1 >ea- Two 1 yerr lUiJ 1 vca VOIOIE xxiv. HIROX COIXTY, APRIL 19, 1853. 15. Pcetrn. am groing home, and I shall see my father there. 1 and sister Ellen: and oh! niv Savior will be Tinses in There are a  cliaryt'i! the Irciiou of tiio rcM'iun.-, tii tin; a'ipo of thesr A JCIK-V Tlie window of the first cars of tlie Atlantic 1 oave u- cloud hutis over Oregon should break or I Gentle reader, 'so live, that when thy sum- clear away. All countries are subject to back- j mons comes.' thou wiit be prepared to go in sets and drawbacks. So with Oregon. i peace, notlnug trusting in tlic mer- 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 So.-. 1. It enacted the Ge-.ieral Ax-em- j and nonil east. A larjie amount of stock was ol tho ol' Ohio, Tint ;a all eases ulioro left at tlie Dalles and on Umutilla river to win-' or part thereof, a-st-ssed upon iho ter. An immense emigration arrived in the personal rrom-rn. moneys, credits, or ciieris of j and bt. Lawrence railroad, were censtructeu vulic-v, bruiten down and dWieart- or o.iur incorporated eom- with but one pane ol glass to each sash. 1 o ened_ of the rather jou. ;ce i-ui-.v, or or any banker, luokcr, or -i---------- .i..- -i----- .1.., ol 1'itiik- Int'-vCis, or Jv-jo'ubeis. or ol an iiiMir..nee. or other ineoiporaied in I''K> laws of sjine oilier 5-l.iie, or Government, under provi-i.Oiis cl'tlioact. "Ior tho .'..on u! ai! propii ty in lids and ior inif taxes ihei e.ui t" :N U :dne in t'n-iteenlh ol April, in l. i- eijjliu-en hundred und iiilY-uvo, aro innv iir i'l'i'ee.fiei lemain unpaid till tin- Jav ot" Dcecinbei. in anv lln- o! tho comity, v. rein st.i li been, or inav bo sh.d! i.'Kbttitii 'U1> lo prices of went up rapidlv, and on iimknigphrenological and physw-r- ,he i-jtl, 6f December, _ nomical obsen-ations amonir tlic passengers, I co( 'detected a man in trocrirles, in the act of tie- I positing a quid in his cheek, at the wine timi- j (iavs  sin haul--, or baiiuinir. oi other swirnminir, tlif-y arrived inourvallcv.1 '--uniiiaiiy oi or of MH h brul-L-r, or-'lock-jobber, or paitncisliiji, or company of or b--rs. or any pailin-r or nu-nibiM' or such iiiieiit ol nn or oilier COIIMI.UIV. of some oilier Miiti; or e as muy b-j The Knickerbocker for this month has the nearly naked and starved, to swell the num- 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 16c. per Ib., wheat CNJ per bushel, beef 15 to per Ib., -TiiniL-ieni in iho pork lo .'SOc., .-hortS rice coffrc -i'c'c.. ioiesaid demaiiikd, sugar JO to oals s3 per bushel, cabbagi's 30c., i'rui'. '25c. per Ib. Labor is down lierr- to Not one half ol" the emigration obtain thuir board fur tiieir work. UJonev isiu abundance; but yel, 1 fear tliivre aro not supplies for tho people three months in Oregon. hope for arrivals here shortly from the State.-, of rlntir, corrr-r-. pork. M, ,i .-n.-.i-oJ to hi.s rice. Tliose articles have re iched Cali- own oflii-o or io toiue of and fornia in abundance within a few weeks past. deposit'.-, und after making an inveuioi llu.-n.-ol Tiius I have given a small sketch of the dark (acojr, ol which bo shall lib- in t-liiec oi tho side of the picture. Is there no (Jr. side for incorporated liu- or ol ti nil so a- r ibo live per ol ti pi ih" M'S of and and c whieh NI.JV llicreaftrr lueoineie- bo for and ix of 'J. Tha! lh" in-.'i-iiier th move tlic roin, I'll, JH.lrlS bills of nr ulilrr ci t .--ti ...i-ed nd Oregon? Thousands of letters have been sent from here to tlie States, lately, carrying up more bad liian 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 hlfr d tlu amo r its gossip'with bend over her couch, using every means in i f their power to save her. Did I say all? No j' of thc Slatc of Connec- ticnt. as we a_re informed and believe, boasls for help Ahey dm not their burthen on of a j wh h furnishcd j loo inilch clriff here. the and lorgo that He who cave, had a refincmcnts met witii in The winlcr has broke, and u o havr- tho mobt right to take away their H j cne tic; shrewd !Iiail I doligl.tfnl weather I evrr saw fur the season, beloved Ella. For five long and nights j a lau.ycr. "A of }ns, Thoj.sost extensive preparations .in: inakiiisr was about to give awav his for farming and building in Oregon they watched for some look or token of recog-, iveer nition, but she knew them not. On the i_ i i i i i i; aauinuor n however, her reason she inquired for her re the room. She came i entered the room, th one skle" and the candidates for ikirijT thci couitU shall th.it b'- u ill tell, ;it llie bullion, bank bills, proin- notes, of i. v or oiiitr id ol fli.m'i.-.-., ..i.c! I, ai lhe door ol 'hu C'oui l-l Unibe c 'on- ly, on lln- U-nlli i'a, aflrr siu'h lisrnienl, v.-hieh advrli-eiiient .-hall bo bvom- in .-oine ni wsji.ij cr jjimleil in ibo >uui i tmity, or b, a rlac.Kil nnon ibe dotn ol lhe com J'nl if lhe amount of lli-.- N and pen j'lv, o ;'s afures-aid, demanded, wilh this vear. live utMitiini ponndajjL-. and ul! tiio fist.- and be tcnuLMcd, in orsilvi-r 'Mother, v.-hy do you look so s-ul, and why j is the doctor standing liere, and all ?o 'You have been very ill ray dear, and you swcar vou m must not talk no-.v, but try to sleep.- .y r 'But, mother, I'm not rcrysjcK, aru I? Shan t J :hc swear I get well again.-' von wilfniarrv thU woman hope so. but you must go to sleep j ,Well T frroonl now and not talk any more.' i j q i i T L 11 T J She slept, but 'twas the troubled sleep of ill-' 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 nuadruped .Vo rung in his ears like a death-, asked one of the visitors at a circus, one day, knell. of a bystander. 'I think, an evident the pL-i-oll ol' allihol IZtll nl II'- id iho receipt uf pi-i connubial! 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, dnph.-iiic-, ihen-'lor: one ning operiilioiis Oil Lake Superior, witii the of v.hieh n-eelpl he t-lndl fi.rlbv.-ith file in Iho lowing results. He finds that twon'y-one Cunni) s ollii.i-. r.ni il no t-tn-ii mines upon tho Like and thc Oulomgon irivc be in.uli-, lu-u ie ih shares, which have cost by ass-.-ssnvjut "-h.ill to thc proprietors. Tlie valno of the wlmlo stock of these twen- ty-one mines is wliile their combin- ed product has alreidv been 10.-100 ton-, or ut thc price obtained lor tho .'.'I'', J, Copper is no u- worth nearly or ijail'} and m-eivi of '-.'dr. lil" 'i'l'l a-lll'-f In K-L-H. imbln-ly, tnth" holies' bid- iccis, ibe s :nl bnilion, b.i.ik li.ll.-., priiin- nolcs, b.lU of I-M li.i nr ui'm-i or or r-li.-.iili-f, or .-o iriu ii ill Me'.fas uitli lhe ruin ;nnl will p-.y iho r n o i at MII h :id i-o'iju-r coins of much as it was two or tiiree yeirs Th" onlv ihe --ilu r. 'Haveyou done all that human power can-student of Natural History, with bulging eyes previous calculation may seem unfounded to ihu United ijtePes.-..i.ti iinclsi'.vi'i-coins do? i and Green spectacles, 'that the gentleman who, those who, because copper stock's were onco of or :-s by t 'I have, and I fear she must die.' j shows the animals calls it zkungarooped the subject of a foolish speculation, believe the of ibo ol the Uniieil or pioi-l..- 'You must tell her, then, for 7 cannot.' i copiior'region to be valueless. But. a little oi ihe ;iu- then luwiu! As they re-entered thc sick room, she look-' Nothing is for the imagination than cd v> ir.le thu slocks of the National, Forest, f'hic- He hesitated a moment, 'should you fear to die. Ell and then said, up in a potash keltic, or no, 1 cannot dic-you must not! Alps wrJi a lemon _ let me die, 1 dare not die.' j Tlic Of Grinn Bnrrett nrr nnw doinsr We have done all we can for you, Ella, and !a hininess in Iliis Kn-d. we find you can never be any better.' Of a uut falrham 'No, no. I cannot am not fit to und they, too, arc doing a large Tvhat shall I dor Oh mother save me, save me Rizis'cr. not let me die.' she said wildly, and twin-; ed her arms around her neck as if she could] Of little boy, not over ten years shield her. The doc.tqr, who was a of age, was seen the other day cramming his tried to point her to the. Savior, but she would month with -Cavendish.' when a or-inieman not listen. She continued them not to let her die, till death ended he- 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 c.icw The scrupulous neatness of all around tlie, it house betokens tidiness within. An aged fc- rice at the orincipa! otiieo. a-vney. or jiinco of business, tiiis Stale, of Mieli corporalioii, or association. if the taxes und jieu.Utv aforesaid ui anv part ther of re- inaiu uiiuniu, for tlio of live ri.ns from ami alter iho delivery ef such iho comijiis- sioners she'! JeMraiu M'Uo whatever silver, or eoiiner bank bills, [-ioiii- i-.-orv billi of or oilier secttri- lies. or uoods or ehaltels, llio property of corporjlioii. conijiany or ;-.s--ocialion, he snl- tiei-ient to pay tiie tax, s and penally as sr-.id demanded, tojrelhor wilh ih'e per centuiii said sbail be for the use of lhe nnd all lhe and oi'sneh liiMre.-a and se.v.ure, and of which may thereafter become See. That the san! coinini'-sioners simi! forlhwith remove the coin, bniiion, 'tank bills, jnoniiSiOrv notes, bills ol or other se- .eurities, or or ehutleis, disiiainod or 3t-i7eii. lo some place ol .safe keepiiiL: und drpo.-il, and after an inventor.- thereof, (a copy of v, hieh he .-ii.ill in liie oiiiee ot the Auditor of 1 udvi-i IIM- thai he will sell ut pub- i.e vetiuiH'. iho nolis, ol exchange, or oilier s.eeurnie-, or chattels so and nt lhe door of the conrt-liotise of ihe i-onuty wlu-rein iho IM othce, o: pluco ot bn.-iiies.-j ol coipoialion, or is -i'liute. 01. lhe lenlh d.iv alier Mii-h whieh shall b'> by one pnb- 'lealion in .-oine nvwsjiaer pnnlei! in the s.iid 'otuiix', 1-1 by a upon door of tho rotirl il lhe ainoiinl of tho t.iMS and prnulty, >o a> to- wilh livo centum af.d all liie-eosls and ineinii'd, bo in or silver coin, to lhe r at iinv time belore the dny ofsale. he shall imieedi- -.in dein.ind, the coin, bullion, b.nik bdls, notes, bill.-ol or othi 1 M'l-nuli'-j.. vil' ol I'baliois. aloie- .-aid dislKilned ,-ind Io tho or per- MMIS lo leeeive lhe same, and take lhe I. reipt of flu h or p.eisens. in dupliealo llu-ufor, one i-opv ol v. hii.h ecipl he toitii- iile in the oiiiee oi liio Auditor ol Dill if no Mull lender be nnuio deloi'v Iho of lhe i-oiiin.iV.s.one: :-h.tii jiiiu-eeii to sell, inib- lii.iy, in tl-.o highest bidders, lhe bniiion, lulls, proinissui v notes, bills of exriuuige, or (iliier -Litlr.lies, or or ihutteU, of so ibeieoi ,i> wilb ibe eoin di.-ili.di.ed und seized, wi.l I'ne ta.ves, iini'-.illv. I-0--I-: and i a! the dooi of tile eoliil h.iiiM- of tb.e roll ;i'oi esaid. r.iui l ef for i'.iynienl, ai sin h only the coppi-i nl the L'mu-d Stales and unii :.lvei ol loieiiMi st.iU.--, oi li icp. as bv sonu1 is el of the oi '.he I n li- ed Stales, or ol Iho ('resident, uio l.-.w ml and cnnx-iil. And the er- --luJI p.iy lo ll'.e pi sson or liicrelo en- I 11 eil, a "id. Ibe exress t if anv) o! lite pur- i at Mich sale, over ami lhe icsciic of the penalty, poundage, rosis and cldres.iiil: bill itali loi liiwilh llic: e- aftcr pay 1" ll'.o 'i'rcu-urerol Slale I'npon or- or i-.'iliiii ,ile of Andiloi ot Stale) the a- mount of ted bini, tise san! i oisi- whelhei dniies-and >ab: 01 dis- lie.-h alone.. i'li.- ol an i' l'i he ilistrlliuleil alii! paid. M lhe jl li'o lonni'e-, Ihc prnpoi-'mn of [be s.ixi la n'-on tin ir dtij In lor i-olinlx, si linyi. li.o :.--lnp, nuinieipal uiiu ether Ice'd purposes, and liie penaiix iln-iecn to which the. said may be eniitled. bee. G That each eoinmisMoniT ujipoinled ,is afoiesaid. sii.ill. In fine ruling i.nlhor- ilV nndor ibis I, lake and >nb.-inbo anoa'h or iilit mal :on, to snppoi L the i on.- litntjon ol Ibo I ,'ited .1111! Ihe i-oiistilnlion of lh" t-'inlo of Ohio. :.nd well, tail! full) und ddiu'enlly lo ihe ol hi.-, ;-aid appom: mi in, and lo liie tfi.ili- ol Ohio, with two or nioii stnflies, to be apnpji i d bv the Aud- ilor of Slate, inatnni nol le.-s than one hnn- dr' d ihon.-and doiLtss, conditioned lor lhe lailli- fn! and [irrl'oitnain-c of his dnli'-s, and tii.il ho will lull, aucennl lor all moneys v. ln'Hi 'may conio into hi.-, and loi the piompl nii-nl lo iho TreaMiicr ol Slate, or oilier par- lies all -iieh afoiesaid. i Sec. 7. Tha! if anv cominisMoner, and ijiial.-iieil a- aloUb.iid. nel lind Milii- cieitl "olil, silvi.1 or eopi er bidbon, haul, bilib; bills ot or lhe.i'r; i.'iu'ili'-.-', oi of ehallels, lo tiie aniolinl of lln- taxis and ilemaiiileit lo- {.i-lhei wilh five j.ri lontniT, and rrl 1 liie i o.Ms and CApen1-''.- oi di and in llie principal or ol nosi- ncs'-. ill siiix corpora.inn, i.oinpuny. or a-soeia- li'.-it, (ieM'iibed in lhe loiiilb .-.ci.lion of ibi-. art, i-v i be. c a nt a IK! i' qn. i ed ai-o I" dis- li.nn, v> hal-01 er i "in. bnl- hon, hanix biils. lu Ie. bills id i or olher ot or of i oi'poi a'jon. or ioii, he innv or f an lind a n wh PI e v. ithm IIM.- SlMf-, in v. hov.- posii-svion iTConlio' soever. i'i U'b.tt soever llio sanio be. And in i-aso biil-ol i oi olhei t e- hril i- nl ol I :ial I' N, be i t :ilol f'd fl olil one pi..i I', oil.i.-i, ilinn Slaie, lor llu- jnu ;n: .e D! i-v. d- Cor o llul lii'j t bo I'onveinonll} iiKide) lln- coi'i- and :.hail Jim ,111: ll.c :aid c-cun, i piciin j- oi v notes, bii K of i or oltioi b' enjnii s, MI or i hal'i n'.oa.r. eoiiiil1 01 ol Si.-le, :-.nd i'st'aiii and nix, Uaim. N. M. j Norwich. Toltee. and in-iny others far more LM iri'Miy iiibt.inces tirui has actualiv been expend- ed Cin'c'.aiul plner s" The yoiJ crop of at tin: jiie-.- enl rate of product, is. estimated at live mil- linns of doliar> per month. 'J'liis is larger in ol thnn tin- vk'kl uf C'aliiornia. The foil' ing rn: If Ol' tiie t.-'V u iii li'. e pi liie i ci'id iion--e. Thai ii 11, oi opp-.'i (o.n, hui IM. bdK of i'! or h- I'.' p: Ui an_ male, quietly engaged in knitting and reading is a tlie uvild dlirl (ac- .'ildlv standing by. somewhat amused at the fpccta- (o manifi-t-l) liy rti'hnu-rj: irum cle. aslced liim what he chewed tobaccf) tiujiii" the v.-ar ].SC-I: do 1 chew mbacco for'-' replied t tie nr- jaiiuarv, chin.'why. sir, I cliew if to <_ret thc strength Marcb, ______ ApiiL 'Come in, Joe. and let's tnkn n nft afford il Mich banlver, broke.', or or coin.) :n o; baa or in lu" at the same 'time; a young ladv, apparent- 'Thank ye. Thomas r-uf t afford it.' Iv not more than seventeen o? eighteen years but Ml pay _ for it. 'Oh, I m not speaking of i the money.' then.- 'Loss of health 1 and eneroy: for I tell you what il. i.-. Tlioma.-. on a rude couch at the other of the room! are the only occupants present .May. June, July, FV <'I UllV 1 r [K1.11 i nr c; i (Mii'T sla'c or roqiiirt-ci ;ii liiovu v.'iiuI.-u-.'V'T LUIIJ, 1 ijaulv lii'Ife- bills ot oiii'-r oitu r, yi ui nii "i olliiT y or or oi' ;my sin( or pt.i us, iMuIv j or -tut IP oi i i.i'.f t r i'u- f i iMir! wr ni olli- hv tlif of h.- i1- iiiilliui l.-tr.iin, ;.tul vitjin- coin nir r 'i f 111 i n i v i M i'' 11 I! 11 (-I! i' 11' c "i !JMMIII'.V.-% ol ,iir, or i :t un is Mtn. I-.- or '1 1-i-u ;t i M it I i! i1' i tu v.MK ii '.c uiMff. or ['L.i o of In 1 ci utlli M.I t' ever tmue d p o! ;i .oll. nr bn! -.t !i in--, T h.i.i'-'s, )ilf ir.iiii- I fi il ni M i 111V V i t! i' r 1 M I f I i of ruin, Itnltion. lo brol.ti, Ofll.ll. iii 'tis ever so. Death hn.s marked for his own. But listen. 'Those ;-.re sweet i words, mother dear, and how true I wish one knew how gcnlic yet how firm, supporting arm of Jesus. What should 1 do without fiis strength and grace.' Her mothf-r had been reading the beautiful liy-nn bcgin- Of IJ-J7: Ins "Tlicr" To mo 1 i' -in henr Jerrr" and its sweet words comforted her as she pass- ed down toward thc dark vailey whence non.? 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 couching- succeeds thc effort to speak, and as her mother hands her a, glass of ;_ the gentle '-thank you." and the svcet' A young man having finished his medical .1 studios. to an eld to knnw ls 1C' whetli'.T hi- lif-igliboriiood v.oiild bean eligible for a phyiciin. replied the old mr.n, can vou ma. -i- iG.O'J'J sir. I can feM a puke and dwcovcr from it whit- disease patient is subject to." then, fr.-el said the old nin.n, out his arm. -Vou are troubled with the the voting physician, after a look. lud it in my life, sir.' '-Id th'. re in t') iii'- appronrn- tiuns for puiilic at Vv'a.-hniL'Jon. made bv the appropriation bill-recently enr'.ci- rj by Congress -if for th" sion'of the ('apitol to-.vanl.i f- rection of liie of th" Paten! and f-.'r rf.-p'jirit'ir tho lV.--idcn''.s hdti-i1 an i increniing thc President's Library. For tiie Prcsidon'.'s Profound silence was appropriated. For paving I'  i-a'U coin. ol i'.o ...i-, r'-nio '.j: 11 S...-. -I. ii'.-M. inon.il of Irtxo-. I'MO dnpii n I ;.ny o: c-m or of ir ii bank or b.ini.- f-r ei i 1.'- or or (li.ii anil V'-i v en- c.iii'-i II 1.11 n pav 1.1" n I ol li.inU bd'-i, pronii soi, bill', ol or se- Uhlifs a.id ev-iy bond. or !0ll, in.llle, [Mi ti: ed, obi a' lied, ol Ml lie; i (j, wii'li inl'.-Mt 1" Innili-i in tlir- i-ia'.i'.n in ;i'Ti lln an, sb -.11 be deein'.'d nl- L'-i 1-. and uf no !bp' I. I'. 'Jb'.t il any pi uon hall rtinc'-al nr iln, ur 'IN ui.v i-fnil n am i f iin.ve itnvf.oin, of f.' bailee, ol oilier f.'-- lii r dili' r i.'ir.'.- oi '.n.il.i I- llii- s ni! v r iuiind. lo b.r, n lor iil- n. it i .n-. .-.i.. I r- h- t'l-ri-i r i-n or foif ibe b'r. ,i- v. ii.i-li fiercal'.'-r ale of Iii.-, county a- or iih i-Ji.ck. or llr icof. nj on or in bonus. know 1 Tec'-" 7Vi i.? a Benlon says: Above f. century was a class of niain. or may liirrcaiier reinaiM bills. or oiii'r int'-n-.'-t. ijfid bv deed, or other nii-iiiiiliiMiu-o rf estate. or more com.ties ul this aiiO ivluiili taxes, or any pail thereof, tiicn rc- i1 of any di-siriet or uountv, or by any judge of ei- ther of the said courts, against auy person liold- the otiiec- of co-.ihly treas-irer, or county aud- or eoininissioner herein spceified, or anv o- ther county or officer, lo resirain such per- son I'uiii performing any duty of his said office, directed authorized by any sluluto or statutes, of this- S'.ate for tho csllTtion of publie rcve- j mios, tlio Altorney Geuer-l may. ai-on roceivin-r a opy of lhe said proceedings tile, in tin: orilco of the of the proper ronrt, a inolion to dis- solve the injunction with costs; and at anv tinio thereafter, on ihe day's notice to tho coinplain- or complainants, or her or their counsel, i the Aliorncv General, or the jiroscfiitinj; uliur- ol' the county, may demand ilia! the said motion shall he heard by iho proper court-, if in 1 sessi'in, nr bv any o! such court, if in va- ca'.ain, and such court or Judp.e, as aforesaid, shall theieupon and speedily determine the s-au.e. Ami in case I lie said court or relnse io il.ssolvo the injunction, with costs, the Aiu.rney ma-, file a notieo ofappeal i'loin decision in ibe clerk's office of tho said conn: and thereupon the '.-leik shall forthwith niaUe out and deliver to the attornoy or Attorney, a eertiiied of the )necei dinus aforesaid, and copies'of all the exhibits, and proofs, the expense wheu'of shall be taxed and alloue.i! to the clerk in the rosl-liill of tin- cause. Ami tlie Atloinev (General, or IVuM-i utiiifj Attnrnev, atti-rteii days notieo to the complainant or complainants, or .bis. her or their counsel, may pieseiit the said ami to ibe dislnet eouit of Ihu said eounlv, or to the sur-reino (onii. or anv tbeii'ff, and cause lhe said inolion to be lauaiii heaid. And lhe said eouit or sn- preme eonit. as the ease may be, ur of tho sitpieme eutul, shall enteitain the motion, .mil linaliv deeide the same. And thu said dis- iliie: or supreme court, under its seal, or i lite eonii. iindoi bis hand, shall eer- ibo deeis.on of llie said inotion to the court tlie same vv.i.s appealed, ami, in ctiso dissoivinp; the injunction, shall send thoreuilh u j niaiuhne. under tl-.o seal of Ibe eoiul. 01 band of I lie julini; the same, the eouil beh'.w le proceed in ace with the .so eertifi'.'d. And iberenpon. in i ase of sneh j m ii.dale. ibo injunction shall be dissutved, aail ibe ee-inpbnnant or complainants, shall be ed in the eost bill, v, ith all the tuid e.ists I iheieol. And it shall not be l.ivv. In! fur sneh i-oin- piaimmt oi complainanU. upon ihe bill, or I anv other bill lonmlcd upon iho same maltcis, to Irive anyiMhei 'iijimi lion. Sec I ,'i. That whenever an notion lit law, or SUM in ebaneeiv has been CMinmem ed, or may he: be Lommein. eii ai.'ai at'v pej son bold- in-; il.e i.iriee ol eunntv iieasiin-r, or comity ami- ilor, o: r county opii-e, lor jiei fortni or at- j I" i erlorin. any duty aulhoiized, or di- lecled by slaln'vO or slalu'.es Stale, lor I the i ollei lion of Ibe pu'u'ii: levenn-.-. ireas- nrei. auditor, or ii'.'ncr olliccr. shall be allewid, and paid mil of the county lieasniy. re.isonablo lees u! coniircl and oilier ior sni h at t'nn or suit, .'Mid tin- amount of any (Uim- 1 a.'d i i ..sir, xvhn'h said f'-es. ,ind oMs shall oe ap- p'M i ..te.ibi v. liv lhe eon n! v a mi-tor, a all ibe paiin.s eniilled lu th.uu lhe I le-l. and bv Ihe said auditor sbul! be dedui l- ed fioni I'n.- -b'ne.-, or of icveniie al anv lime p i i-..i h. asui-e ol the s.ild In-. 111' St.Me il.-cir. :.s well a-, tlie toiv n.-bips, villiiijes, and school districts, and o! cnlitied as m'. i JA.MKS C. Speaker of ihi- llunsu of j GF.dUGK UFA', j 1'iesident of tho Senate; pro U-mporc. .Muich 1-1, Iti.lX prised in the answer to t'.vo brief questions. iM -MI :.'.i'i pr.nisl. in aii if lie or f-icv ban rcsi.--lcjj. in ibe. a v. ni. M. 'i hat il anv connlv or 1 Oornnii-.siontr. shall reins', or t'., nTfo'ni an; liic duties f-njuincd irio-i luti'. t, ni'j limes iiercin it :.hJ! be t.ii.cn .-'nd deemed as a '.irracli of ibo (unihlion of Ins bil'irial bond, and sha'l Mibjccl bun a'lii in-s to uii Kcii'in. in that ben.iif. to n eover uie a- inount of tiu: laxcs and unjiuui, as aloio- said, interest anil per cenlnni ''and costs of suit. bich aeli.m bo insli- I lulcd and condor ti d. by tho General, snecjlied in iho s-n-enlli section of tho act to wl-.o'lc amount ol" such Uses, and live, per ten- prescribe his passed the first day of May, in the year eiyb'.con bundled and Idly two. Sec. 12. 'I'bat wherever nn injunction lias eir been, or may hereafter grnntod by liao court of common or courl of probate. ACT n> ri'cuTic tin: elecii'in. ofi-li-cinm, a nd ol i.Tiin I'dice. i See. I. Jli- it uiiu till (ni (jmici'at sift-rm- nf the. Ohio, 'I'bat v. iieiiever nny new IMv. ii.-bip .siiuil iie oil. ibe Cunri uf (Jitinmmi i I'll its ul iln- proper eoimlv sb.ill iMriniine on a Fiin.ibl" nnmbei ul the I'e.ieu lur such i tuv. iisinp, ,iiul ibe ol vli-L-iiiMi, and lhe Cifik 1 of ihe eiini't .-ball tr.iiisnni a copy ul lln: piocc''ii- li.' n "t tu mi- lin.-ti e- ot the MIIIII-, who shall i ii v ei e mi ice to the electors in die 1 iii'i pninird in Il.e si-cond secims ol ibis act, lo 1 i !ec t s.i d J ust'ce si> (ic lermi on; and eimubl ib-.'ie im MII-'I-I-.S ut Mm! sin.l clerk 1 tbail til eiei.Miuti by v.iii enieiii-. lu .--I up m thiee pnblif; pi.iced in iid lu'.'. n.-liip not b's-. ib.in ttMi nor mule lii.ia liiseeii pfvuej.-; to frb-c'iun, lb'- tin.e iiin! p! ol holding rin-li ehcUon. fc'i c. li. 'I'b.'il whenever a is iiin-ut ID happen. ,11 jiL-nndly buppen, in the uiiice ol Jn-tii.c ui il e Pe.iee, .my township m tin-; S u11 t :'bei be i i ii. i emu i .ilj at anv oae Lint- !ur il.v six liiunsli-, ri-isnaiioii m iiibei vv ise she iriisnes biMiiy nui.ce lln-u ul, 'i c iiniicu to the eicuii.rt  ifij on" or mure Ui fcUca tovvnthip m iv em j i-i .i.ni proper) and liie. iruaii-t-s tnuli l.ui ol tin-li m-.v n.-hiji to h'Lt .1 e ur J so d, K; lu" 1-..... inn- of s I I.. :i '.I is 3d: '.vl.iae'e, i' 1 lu .tppcar lu tic.' I cunr: mi.ic-.i d. ili.it it .s exped.eni Iu decrease llie ninnlier ul in aiiv' tuvv i.-liip. snd court i li to r''-iicl llie nnmb'-r :t 1 i iv j'. L" I r, pro-.nb-'d that nn sb.iil 1 b- d'-pnveil nl bis iin'il the expiration ol n.e ininliii .-bali b.ive bi-ea elrou d, 1 md nieil liiit ila ji.ir', o! ..ny 1 iie li-ii to any u her lovvns.np. tlie Jus- u! Hie ice ill.; nl that ol tii' A n-hip >-o ..i 'rt'.-hr-d as alur.-.-j id si i all cX'-ci.t" ill" ol then eiive ibe 'o vv iii'.'ii tiie r.ime fcii-i'il be :it' m ib' -.im" mi'iiiit r us it tbey had been elected lor such t'l'.1. ntiiip Sec i! isiiy i.sn'lid-'.ie :nr of the 1 lu i.-inp .n bith li.'j vv.is in-ill, -li.iii thirili pr- p'-r to cunte--t tiit- election d 'lie pt-rsua nr p'-r-o'is (beted, such r.indni.re or :-it t r m it kii'ivv n in ibe prub.tlc. .1 ''-.'iiiiy. vv I- n d-ivr rtiu r tlic Civ ol it i d tin: s en ,'je cun- t-'.-t... iu conie..t sin h ol -neb i M or p' r- jn.- w Insc tbciion of Hie c-mtts'or vv :be Oil fbeH, ur ti'i ti'. :u (-11 a ijtv HO' lii'ii t1; e( n i! v u! -u-.'ii t a" in .'ifi.'e :n s i n ,v n -neii u: p. -us liv d iiu'ici- n! s-ieii a.i'i s .id .ludje t'nail aNu Onmnua I'l-.i.-, ij wi l.i.ui'.i I'lnrii c.iu'cfieii e.. -.'ci 'In- d'-cnicd S--c 'I'i .-.i IT. liie ii- i i.i, i.-ui: or rert-oiis in te i r-h.i-i appoint t tii- i i, i- u; n i u.ic'-, r. nt .1, ii --H ii i'. ir; .-neb c.-i'ir- >md siiail ii.-ar a 'o li- i dip'Oinij lie'l.i t.) ai'i'V Hi's1'-' ci.nt- -I i-ii .-.ut'iiicd :ti s.iid winoll if 'he or any .-.irh c.- :niv. s-'-rvcdby :-i whom dnci ic.'st ilire--days Si-Hire ibe nm- -.ppniiirc.l ir; of such con- i .h.-iil b bv nif or cons'.fible (us c ,-e in -.y i. Jijiii-.l 'i' ibe and p'.oce ol irein_r ihe 'I'd :t Judye Ulicri-by fiiiilior- on ihe "i ibe con'cjior, or tiie person or per-ons v.hi.fi' flei-noa is ciinii-.-iiii. to grant t fi.r vv mess, directed to lhe blv.T.tt'or any con-t il'le o! bis county, who sh.iil .-crve and re- nirn io Stid judse HI time and place 'incd. S.-c. 7. Thit freeholders shall sworn rtt .diirined to !ry such contesi agreeably to evi- dence, and no evidence shall be tdinitted, but such a? relates to the points slhled in the nolice, und whcij ihe iri d is closed, ;he freeholders shall and seal ihcir (feciMon, which shall be attest- eu by lhe said Judge iind il" by such decision I there be vacancy in the office of Jnsiice of the thereafer, traBsraitacopy'of itwb'deciwoo b. Uw trustfes of said or the clerifc. ioeh township, if no who wiib give notice io the elcciots io nllauch rscto- cy as in other caws; bat if" by the'deciiiod ihe ejtd electioo icnsains good, be shall transmit ibe same to the clerk of the court of comnioo who shall immediately thereafter proceed as- if no cvniest had taken place. Sec. 6. That no election of Justice of ibe Peicesball beset asido by the-lree-holdere, merely because illegal votes have been given at such e- leciion, if it appear (bat the person or persoca whose election shall be contested, has the greatest uuroher ut' '.helegal voles given ut.such election, deducting all illegal votes given, when ihxrc shall be no evidence for whom such illegal were giveo, as well as all illegal votes which shall appear io have been givea for the person or persons whose eleciino shall be contested. Sec. 9. That in case any of ihe freeholders summoned, fail to uiteud m the time aad place of ihe J-tidne shall appoint other freeholders to .-ripply thc drliciency, and the witnesses shall bt; S'.vorn or affirmrd; provided, if She said Judge fail io attend said irial, any disinterested Justice of the I't-ace of she county may perform all ihe duties re- quired of Judge by of this r  3 lo tecurity 10 the c'. and on negleci or refusal ol any j Justice lo enier inlo any bond vrith securuv, I rt-O'iii'L-d ul ilii'in bv this net, the olfice sh.iil deemed vjieant, Hiid lhe trustees shall give tr'ui ol n i-l'.'ciion to Idl such office. I Sec. Tlmi every Justice of the Peace he-render coinmissioDed, sliHll m ihirly days ilurc- nl'ier ii'iinsimi ibe dnie thereof lo lhe clerk of ilc tnwnship, who shall make an enlry thereof in n book by him lo be provided for lhat purpose, and nt least si.xly days previous lo lhe expiration 01 Mich commission, ibe shall give a written im ice KI the irnsiet'3 when such Juslict's ccni- iii-s-ion will nml ihe irusiees on siicb notice shall notily '.he e'eclors of Sbdi toivr.- saip lo nii-c! rind elecl a Justice of lhe Prai.o, l" li'l sui-h in lhe manner pointed o-r. liie s'.'i'und section of lln? HCI. and said in-s'.ef.. inn' bold an election before lhe uial'y happens Sec. 1-t That all elections under the provis- ions-of this net, bbnll be conducted in the s.-.n.e inanuer a< is retpjtred m ibt election of nl ihu G'-ner.il Assembly, and lhe judse of lion, in the reiuru o! such eleclion, be entitled io receive ten c'jnts per mile fr..-j.. place ol'liuldinc the election io lhe seat olju lo be pan) out ol llie cnumy Ireasury. Sec. 15. all resignations of ilia t'eact- shill he nridc 10 the. clerk of I'IIT co-ir' nf cniinnon pleas nf ihe proper counly. and li-v Jusiice so n-sisnins, ehall lhe same lime gi--1: notice lo ib-j clerk of flu- lownship of Ins reiigr.L- iion, onri ditr lu-.-. clerk shall, wnbin days iifier srjc'n lo him, certify ihe same ,he Irn.-lees of liie lou nsbip, who shall proctt- ,iiercin as in other cases of 10. Thai should iherc. be no inislec., nny such township, lhe lownship clerk shall llie nolice lo eleclors required lo be given by act. S-c. 17. Thai if any officer or olher i-ii.il! neglect or refuse I" dtfcliargc nr ul 'be liufies enjoined or renuireri by lhe inr.s of this sncb officer, person or -'j sbnl! be fined in a sum not less uv.' live nnr more lil'tv Uiiilars, lo be lecov.-re.! brfore any Jusiice of ihe Peace of the :-r tnwiifliip in an ai-iion-of for the use rnon schools in 'bn Icnvnsbip, whicii action commenced and prosecuted by the treasur-'r the township, no complaint ol atiy cilizen tiier-L: Sec. 13. Thai the act pioviding for ibe linn and rrsignnliot! Justices of lhe l.J.'M, ibe act er.ntlen sici ID iinien.-i the net io provide for ihe eL-c rfHiinaiion of .li.siices ol liie Peaee, p.- i M.irih an iii-' "i amend aan.' r.ro.'idc for die eivc'lun and resianaiicsi Jus', e-." of ibe Pe February 23, 134C. and the siirne -ire hereby repealed, provided repeal slull nol in anv way or manlier r. nny nyiii v. Inch hdve ucctued under a.< s.nd ads. Sec This aci shall IH'KC effeci and '..t: force from and afier die firsi diy of c: j tii'.iusiind luiiiilrirl and fifty-lhree. JAMES c. JOHNSON, of' tlic Hnvsc of alEDlLL. Picsidr.nl pf'ttiz March II, 1S53. [Xn. S] AN Af'T io ti-sul.itc llie Fcts; of rrobnio -''i''C lo n-p'-al the niciui! KI' r-'.i pr.ici ice ol Courls." ;.a.-se 1't-bru.irj S-C. 1 Re it (t'cmrill Assrn-1-' nf r'ir. i'i" Oiiiit, Tiial (Mch ljrobnie tins St.iic shall receive lor services rendered, iee? prescribed in sfciiec oi tiiis act, Sec. 2. For i.'o each cause to b" but fii.C''. MT ecu's, for filtering liie a; ai.ct- of ;V 'u be charged but one. ti-cn case; for takini; ail, lor is-'iiino summons or oilit I ui'ii'r cents eacii: o.d.i r.d-erlise, Iweniy-iive ce.T.s: for Iii in ..uswer, or any olher paper r lhe pleadings in any cause, six c i 'or all olher p-ipers. cxccpi ihc arcout- f TI at vouchers o! executors, adfninis-iraio-- .1' lour for I..' inrn of any writ, SIT coins; for iss'iiny lh'-r? is run cne nanini, Cents; a no for every adiliiional name, four swearma each four cents: (o; e-. r ing allendance of each wnncss, six dexinc each len cenis: for enierinf meni on jotirnnl, len cents: (IT rfcoru'ii'j; a-.-m f' verdict, tin eeni.-: for eotfting orders on n-n cvnts each one hundred words: I .r jndsjincii'. or orders on thc ct-nls: lor cn'ienna s-a.Ufaciioa of judgment cr ..e- i-T'i- on record, twelve fo.-e.ilenngtvi.ry special rule, six cenis: for cuienng et'ery u'ance, c'iiconnnn ioce or reirnxn, ten cents: i-nierinsa rule of refcreuce, iwclve cents: piving a copy thereof u-.ider seal, cents: for entering nolice fof appeal, Ij.-i cell's for drawing cost bill. Ihiny-five which shall he taxed but once in each cssa; making up a complete record in each ten cents; for each one hundred words sucb record may contain; for making out copies of morris-, o" nny proceedings in a cause, when required by ther party or the law, with tho seal a'uru-sri'd, .'en cents lor each one hundied words; for ci i. 
                            

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