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Independent Democrat, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1856, Elyria, OhioC 7 bit less Washburn publishers and proprietors. Liberty j13vd the Ewd a1vd the mej1ys. J. Wesley 38. Elyria Lorain county Ohio wednesday May whole no. 198, Jpn in listed every wednesday. Terms m Vil subscribers within Throe 5o town subscribers do do do .1 "73 if paid of after she year 5o Clubb 20j3ubscribcrs to one Advance ii5 of clubs of do do do do 40 of adv Catisi no i one per Square for Brce insertions and Twenty five Jent for each subsequent insertion loss than three Mouths. For c urls one of for c ids for i of Ono year. To of each additional Square not exceeding Thieo. 3 00 each additional Square Over 00 Foi Bix Mouths 25 percent to be added Foi three months 50 per cent to be added c5" advertisement should he Nuu ked with the num Ber insertions required. When not so milked will by out and charged at the i notes Bovo specified. Business director i. At i a. Bag Torney at Law. O ver Koyle s clothing stoic cd in Ely s Block t i Joseph. H. Dickson Comisky at Lawnus ins Miinch Iago of Olio will it Tut to null Nisi Cru Attl to him in and incoming coun a1 i Elri . La . John m. Vincent j Forney and at Law. 11 Tho court attorney s Uchto i of 10.________________________________177 Saf posit at Law will i air Ticco theser Cronl or Tot record in a Jotun o in Tho u s. And Ciro iut courts of the Rii dist ice of Ohio. They their careful it directly opposite the be be Toiuo n Ehrin Ohio. S Iff Corid Rota re Public iil74tf r. H. Allen a 1 Poliney at l vow Sotar Public und commis 0-Iurof a Cen Oberem co Ohio Pai it sention Given to col Locious in Loi Itin and count1 ten. O u 1 of to ten by and couns Rololl at Law no to Public and real a Stu promptly aet i in to All business entrusted to his tic in lot urn and who nine counties. Guen to to i lec Tion up Tii door North of Pelmor hoi a Geo. T. Smith Coll Tion t men v i Roux by at l we i i i Hill inner and i ii sinn 1 Blu. Ollick do Porte t it n Obj goo. B. Lake l. A. Sheldon at Corx Eyo Uva at i a Lund and pension it Tiu their mud ii wed und prompt to them. Office in com Al Block 01 01 b is. Co stoic s. Burke at Tominey at l a will attend to nil Busi Ness entrusted to his cure m Oun is. Nud will also practice m to United by Etc. District and circuit courts in Ohio. It p Otho in a neb b Lilous one door of his former Olieo no let George Olmsted v l Turney Aid counsk1.t.ok at Law. Ohko West Sidi of Public doors South us Het l Schuyler Putnam i 1 Tominey counsellor at t. And . St office in the Coin t s. B. Wolcott in dry goods Groi orcs Yankee nil ions i j attend promptly to Cut in this particular Dopa to enc. Tolian Kowl for a dim Erous Pati of Naff Here Fco Foru to Hopes by Auricc suppl Cattou to the study und proct Leo of his profession to i Rit a Coull Nutice of Tho am hereafter. R Wuthe Beebe Block opposite the Stoio of mus of co. ___________________________17-uf Elyria shaving Saloon k e m o v Job to would respectfully announce to the Al of Elyria that he Lias removed lab ing Sulon opposite his former ii lao Ono Dobr web from where Lio will to Happy to All to May Envor him with to liver to Troungo. S lev a n 6 v Jet a 1 c o t t 1 is g shampooing in Tho Best possible manner. Alao co lord in by Peilli Sujlo Ilin Valboa Lai y number of shaving cups to Supply Racli customer and loan will to always provided. Como Ono Enki All and give Moa Call and rest assured that none Wilt i am it All times read v to upon the John Munnick. A Labib lot Kip skins just a the dying boy and the Little sufferer Lay in n High dreary Gan of and the boats above his head and on every Side wore kick and foul. His Cheeks were Scarlet with Tho flush offerer and Tho unnatural Light of his Eye flashed in the dim Ness of the coming evening like a Diamond on its gloomy Bod of Anthracite. Somo Thig told Tho child the Deuth was Bush with his heart. It might have been an Angol Foran Gols gather in bands around Tho despised Couch of poverty. To whispered and a Pale Bent woman Knelt beside him is there Ono blown now look look for the twentieth time the sickly woman lifted the tiny Box of violets and the blood rushed to Hor face As she behold one Little Bud drooping just begin Ina to unfold Sho carried it to Tho child almost an infant and a Scot Smilo lighted up his innocent features. It Down Mother whore i can look it it until i with a wild sob Tho poor widow placed it upon his Pillow and watched his Glassy Eves eagerly As Thoy watched Tho hours brow grew whiter the fingers that she clasped were now Clammy the round lips that had so often called Hor Mother wore purple facing into a bluish White and tremulous As though the failing voice struggled for utterance. She placed Hor ear closer to his Little face and Hoard him Tutor distinctly Good Bye Good care of my after Tho rough pm coffin was carried away and covered with the Mould while her Woin find rows Wero nervously stitching on the ill paid for Ermont that Mother could see a vision of Hor Early buried child in the Puio Whito Robes of heaven bonding Over Tho Box of violets. Dispensation or letter received in Washington from or. Kobert Boyd a Well known and respected citizen of Taylor county Virgin la dated april 17th, states that on Sabbath morning 6th inst., his youngest son was Takon sick and Tho same night another son was taken in Tho Samo manner. On Mon Day Tho 7th, a daughter Elevon years old was taken us the others. The youngest boy died at 10 o clock on that Day and on wednesday the 9th, Tho o ther son and daughter and Wero Laid in Ono grave. On Tho Bay Thoy wore buried to other children wore taken ill and on Tho 13th Ono died making a loss of four children in Ono week. But this was Only a portion of Tho cup of bitterness. On saturday before the death of his lust son Tho fires which have been imaging so extensively lately in Virginia broke out about two Miles from his Rosi Donco and in Ono hour or. B. Was stripped of All to possessed barn wheat nay Oats and Corn crib. Tim dying boy was re moved hastily to save him from Tho racing flames and when brought Back Thoro was not a Bod to Lay him on to almost a n. York news mentions that a malicious bridesmaid played a void Unhan some joke off upon a new wedded couple. She put them upon a clock Bedstead and wound it up for the alarm of the Young couple May be imagined but not described when in Tho midst of the lady s first sleep she was Awa Keno by the horrible Din of Tho alarm mingling with Hor husband s what the Devil s that i and before she was thoroughly awake Sho was violently tossed on the floor. Jumping up Sho ran to her i Ion s room. I la Havo a divorce it s infamous i la never speak to Charles a Mon Good gracious or cd her Friend Libby in affected astonishment what is the mat Tor Doar do toll to sobbed Tho weeping Bride and stopped. To what asked Hor Friend kissed you no no 1" vehemently exclaimed Tho other to has kicked me out of Tho matter was however explained and there was no divorce. New process an inquest in a Mur Der Case in Cincinnati a few Davs women testified that the murdered Man so fond of Tho accused that she used to bile things to make him come Sho did it in this Way Sho would buy a Largo piece of now red flannel and of new three hearts out of the Cen tre of Tho three Needles in to each in a sauce pan of water and Bilo them till he came she once knew her to keep them boiling for Nino Days. To see from a late Exchange that the la Clima of Aurora Illinois have passed Tho of lowing Resolution resolved that if we the Young ladies of Aurora Don t get married this year somebody will be to Testini of the ordinance department Washington Cannon Are Tost Odas follows Are cast in any shape that Muy to suggested by the process of investigation then fired to Tost their projectile Force then fired until Thoy burst and when Tho result Boon obtained with every care to determine Tho causes and conditions of the sections of Tho broken Metal Are carefully drilled out from different arts of Tho piece from Tho muzzle and Tho Breech and Tho inside and Tho outside and each piece is subjected to a Strain to Tost its tensile it has Boon supposed that the Cannon Al Cooling from without and tire outside contracting therefore around Tho inside Sull Oxton Dod by heat would become innit Buttle butt hip in such tests As Havo Boon used would not soem to have Boon Tho Case. A bar Cut from the outside of Tho Cannon will generally part with about Tho same amount of Extension As a bar Cut from Tho inside whether it to Takon from a longitudinal or vertical Section of Tho gun. A White girl Young Whito girl named Olive Oatman aged 16 Jears Shoso father and Mother together with four of her Sistis and Brothers from had Boon massacred in 1851, while on route to California was rescued from Tho Mona to indians after being four years in Captivity. Sho has almost in Tiroly forgotten Hor native Tongue Boiu Only Able to spank two or three Woi is. Doing asked in the Indian language her name she lop Iod Olive Citman is on Tho Chin and bears Thomais of hard Slavoy. Sho was a slave for two years with the Mohave who sold Hor to the Yumas. Sho was res cued through the efforts of the u. Sar my officers at fort Yuma who paid a ran som for her. A younger sister captured at the same time died six months ago. Grand Barraro company has been formed in Minnesota for an incursion among Tho buffaloes about Ico Miles West of St Cloud. About thirty Young Mon Are already engaged for this expedition among whom arc some of Tho most experienced Hunters in North West. There Are also engaged to accompany the party Tho of the Chippewa nation Hole in Tho Day and twelve of his Hon. Joseph in lotto Hon Charles Grant Hon. C Bur Dick of Ombina. Those proposing to join the company will each want a Good Rifle and Hunting knife a horse and Blanket and to each party of five persons a Hoise loaded with commissary supplies and a tent and Man to Tako charge of Thorn. The party will on their excursion visit Tho great Salt Region of Minnesota. Thoi o has been engaged As guide for the expedition the celebrated Pierre Bottineau who was guide to gov. Stevens Pacific Railroad expedition Tho company Are to Start about the 5th of june and Are to to gone several weeks. Those wishing to join Are referred to Hon. Alex. Ramsey. St. Chicago journal. A medical John Lub Berlie was supposed to be in the last stage of consumption in the year 43, suffering at the same time under a Savoie attack o rheumatism Livor complaint gravel drop by and cholera Moribus simultaneously also i took yellow fever and Small pox Tho latter assuming the chronic form of Scrogu la completely destroyed my lungs liver spinal marrow nervous system and the entire contents of my cranium. I got so Low that i did not know my brother in Law when he came to borrow Money. For three months i swallowed nothing but Twenty packages of Kunko Hauson s pills which effected an immediate cure in two sworn and subscribed a. Kite Uncle Bacchus Pottinger was afflicted so Long with the gout contracted by living too Long on boar s meat and Alligator s that his life became a Burden to him. To took Only four boxes of said pills and life was a Burden to him no eat englishman of recent importation dropped into a restaurant a few clays since and made a Hearty meal top Ping off with a pit ice of pie. Tho hitter upon tasting he found to be cold and. Call ing the Little Black who stood near he said to him pie to Tho fire and his consternation was great when Sambo went to Tho stove and quietly devoured it. While Tho editor of a Mississippi paper threatened in print to put a full Slop Over each of the Eves editor of the Louis Ville Prentice replied while he is putting a full Stop Over our eyes to will put his nose in a punch indulges in Tho following co Unciul conundrum which of the grunter Pryt Lico any Tho Oulu or by legroom the truth he told a Las in must Hylde w Given a wive Tho bridegroom s often regularly sold. Of cd Yio. No. 108j an act further to proscribe the duties of county commissioners. Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of tie state of Ohio that each commissioner of a county before entering upon the discharge of his duties shall enter into Bond in such sum As shall to required by Tho judge or judges of Tho court of common pleas of the proper county with two or More Good and sufficient sure ties to to approved of by said judge or judges conditioned for Tho faithful Dis charge of his official duties and for Tho payment of any loss or damage that May happen on Accuro to the county in Conse Quence of the neglect or failure of the said commissioner faithfully to perform and Dis charge All the duties required of him by Law. Section 2. That Tho county commissioners of any county shall not make suf Fer or cause to be Mado any Purchase or contract for any outlay of Money for or on behalf of their estimated value or in poses of which shall of coed Ono Hundred dollars without first causing Twenty Days notice to be Given in Ono or More newspapers of general circulation in Tho county that proposals will be Reci Vod for Tho per Franco of any Job or work or for furnish Init any goods wares merchandise or materials for said county and Tho said county commissioners shall make or cause to to Mado such Purchase or contract with Tho lowest responsible bidder upon such per son or persons giving Bond to Tho county with Security to be approved by Tho county commissioners that Tho work will to faithfully performed and Tho goods wares merchandise or materials will be honestly delivered according to contract and in Case of the failure can Tho part of such per son within a Ros Nablo time As May to fixed by Tho commissioners to enter into Bond with Tho Security aforesaid then Tho said Purchase or contract May to made with the not lowest responsible bidder upon Tho same conditions and Tho limitations and so on until the Purchase or con tract is Mado with the person or Parsons who will undertake Tho Sime giving Bond and Security therefor at Tho lowest i Ico and in Tho Best manner provided that this Section shall not to construed to extent to the Purchase of any articles necessary to any of Tho county officers in the discharge of Tho duties of choir offices except station Ary and printing and provided further. That Tho said commissioners May nevertheless by a unanimous vote entered upon Tho minutes of their proceedings and Sta Ting Tho grounds thereof dispense with Tho operation of this Section in of urgent necessity when Tho estimated exposes or outlay does not exceed five Hundred Dol Lars provided further that All contacts purchases entered into in contravention of the provisions of this Section Shull As a against tha county to utterly null and void. Section 3. That Tho county commission ers shall not Hei Kaftor make any Purchase or enter into any contract or engagement for Tho erection of any luminary court House Bridge Culvert or any other pub Lic building or improvement by linger amount of Money or exp onto is involved than five thousand dollars without first submitting Tho question us to the policy of such outlay or expense involved Troio in to Tho qualified voters of Tho county either at Tho annual Spring or election by giving Public idiotic a by Nevei tis Emont in Ono or More newspapers of general circulation in said county at least thirty Days previous to said a Locton. And by handbills to be posted up in at least five Public Pla Ces in and Ward in said county one of which handbills shall boosted up on the Day of such election at each of the places for holding said election Anil All purchases hereafter made or contracts entered into for any such Public building or improvement As aforesaid shall be absolutely void As against said county unless the policy of such outlay or expense shall first Havo been approved by a majority of Tho votes cast at such election. Provided that nothing in Shis Section shall to so construed As to prevent Tho commissioners of any county from making and entering into any contract and appropriating without a vote any Money now remaining in the trea sury to Tho purposes for which such Money was assessed and collected. Section 4. It shall be essential to the Validity of every contract entered into by the county commissioners or order made by them that the same shall have been assented to at a regular or special sesion there of and entered in Tho minutes of their proceedings by Tho auditor Section 5. That it shall be Ulm Vul for the county commissioners to enter into any contract for the erection or repair of any Bridge or Culvert the estimated espouse of which i amounts to More than Ono Hundred dollars until after the trustees of Tho town ship or townships in which the Pio Posod improvement is to be made and the county Surveyor Shal have in writing certified that from actual examination Thoy Luis co the same to be necessary and proper for to convenience of the Public and they shall have caused an accurate estimate of the Cost of the proposed improvement to be made and Fuin isl cd to Thorn by Tho county Surveyor and no contract for the making of the said improvement for a sum greater than Tho estimate of the county Sui Veyo shall to binding upon the provided that the said commission tors May nevertheless by a unanimous vote entered upon the minutes of their proceedings and stating the grounds Thoi of dispense with Tho operation of this Section in cases of urgent necessity when the estimated expense of outlay Doos nut exceed two Hundred Dol Lars. Section 6. That it shall to Tho duty of the county commissioners to designate to Trio county treasurer Tho place or places at which and Tho person or persons with whom he shall Deposit Tho Public moneys received by him during the time the said moneys so ajl properly be in his custody and it Almly not to lawful for Tho said treasurer to make any such Deposit of Public Money without the assent and approval of the commissioners to be entered in the minutes of their proceed songs and it shall to the duty of Tho said commissioners to make an contract or agreement with such depositary or depositories for the Safe keeping of the Public moneys and for the payment of any consideration therefor which shall be paid unto the county treas Ury and shall belong to the county and the said commissioners Aro also required to take from such depositary or Deposit Ries a Bond or Bonds with Good and sufficient sureties their Fop the Safe keeping and la payment on demand of such deposits and All Money in the county Treasury which shall Noc to deposited for Safo keeping As heroin provided shall to kept at Tho office of Tho treasurer and it Skull to the duty of Tho county com missioners at least once in every Thieo months. Mini oftener if they deem it proper to Mauo a personal examination of Tho Book papers accounts and vouchers of Tho treasurer and count Tho Money in his office and Asci Tain Tho amour tits deposited and to enable them to ascertain the True condition of Tho Troj buy they Are authorised to interrogate the treasurer his deputies clerks and assistants and to require answers from Thorn under oath to to administered by Tho said commissioners provided or. That Tho county treasurer and his sure ties shall continue and remain liable fur Tho Safe keeping and prompt payment Accord ing to Law of All Money belonging to Tho county Treasury and not kept or deposited Olsow Horo than in Tho of Lico of the county Tiea Aury under Tho direction of the county commissioners and for the faithful account of All Money disbursed by him. Section 7. It shall be Tho duly of the county commissioners annually on Tho first monday in March to Muko i detailed report in writing to the court of common pleas of Tho county of their official trans action during Tho your not preceding Tho time of making such report giving an accurate statement of Tho financial Alt Iii of the county which shall to printed at Tho expense of Tho county As directed by Tho court to whom Tho sumo is Mado ail Tho court shall cause the same to to investigated and examined by the prosecuting at Torney of the county who in Case of any violations of Law is hereby Dii acted to Causo Tho same to to prosecuted according to Tho nature of Tho Case. Section 8. No account shall be allowed and no Money shall to paid for any Servi Ces rendered by any county commissioner or any expense incurred by him other than his compensation allowed by the Samo shall have Boon Tho prosecuting attorney of Tho county certified by him to be Correct and allowed by Tho court of common pious. Section 9. No claims against Trio county shall to paid otherwise than upon Tho of Lounce of Tho county commissioners upon the warrant of the county auditor except in those cases in which the amount due is fixed by Law or is Autho Irod to be fixed by some other person or tribunal in which cases Tho Dame shall to paid upon the War rant of Tho county auditor upon Tho proper certificate of Tho person or tribunal allowing Tho same provided that no Public Money shall be disbursed by Tho county com ivs Sion cars or any of them but the Sames ill to Dis Buisch by Tho county treasurer up on Tho warrant of the county auditor spec Ify ing Tho name of Tho party entitled to Tho same on what account and upon Whoso Al Lowance if not fixed by Law. So Tiou 10. This act to take effect Anil to in Force from and after its passage provided sections 1, 5, 6, and a shall on y to such counties at the taking of the Federal census of the year 1s50, contained a population greater than one Hun dred thousand inhabitants. N. H. Van vorties speaker of Tho House of . Thomas ii Ford president of the Senate. April no. 113 an act to Amend and supplemental y to an act entitled an act to prevent adulteration of alcoholic passed May 1, 18c-1 Section 1. Be it enacted by the Genei no Assembly of the state of Ohio that Section sour of the not entitled an net to prevent the adulteration of alcoholic passed May 1, 18.0-1, to and Tho same is hereby amended As to acid As follows Section 4. Said inspector shall keep an accurate account of All liquors by him inspected and place his Mark on Tho casks barrels or Bot Tols pure if so not then impure and when to shall find Liny adulterated liquors to shall Givon Otico to Tho prosecuting attorney of Tho county of Tho persons owning and offering for Salo or offering for Sale such adulterated liquors who shall forthwith Institute proceedings against such person As hereinafter and if upon said trial he she or Thoy Shull be found guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of this act said inspector shall forthwith destroy such adulterated liquor. Said inspectors shall each to entitled to demand and receive for inspecting Trio first cask ban Al or bottle As afo Mosaid Tho sum of two do Lai for every additional cask barrel or Bottlo Tho sum of Twenty five cents and mileage at Tho rate of five cents per mile for Tho dts Tanco to May to compelled to travel in the discharge of his duty from Tho owner of to liquor inspected or from Tho person offering to soil. Section 2 j hat if any Poison shall 10 Faisz abuse impede or obstruct or attempt to resist Abitu impede or obstruct any in Spector appointed under Tho provisions of the act to which this is amendatory and supplementary in Tho discharge of his duty Ivory person so offending shall on com in Tion thereof to fined in any sum not exceeding one Hundred dollars nor loss than ton dollars and shall also to imprisoned in Tho jail of to o county not More than thirty Days nor less than ten Section 3 that original Section four of the Bofro Icci Tud net shall to and to sumo is to Icv Lepoal Amil 10, n ii Van Voyhes. Speak of t to let Psi of Kepi Uson Tath is til of ii Kord. 1 n it Tho Senate. This act shall be in Force from and after us passage n. H. Van Vorhes speaker of the House of representatives. Lester Taylor president pro Tern of the Senate. No. 125. An act supplementary to the act providing for the punishment of crimes passed March 7, 1835. Section 1. Us it enacted by the general Assembly of the of Olin that if any person or persons shall wilfully and maliciously by administering Poison or canting Tho same to Boa Hnin stored kill any horse Maro foal Jack mule or ass sheep Goat cow. Of steer Bull Heifer or Swine Tho of thirty live Dollar persons so shall he doomed guilty of a Misdom inor. And upon conviction thereof shall to imprisoned in Tho Penitentiary and kept Ai Hairl labor not More than seven years nor less than one year. Section 2. The it if any Poison or persons Shull wilfully an 1 maliciously by adminis Toni us Poison 01 causing Tho same to Boad minist Rod kill my horse Mare foal filly Jimick Anlo or ass sheep goal cow of Stoi. Bull. I Hir 01 Swine the property of another of loss value than thirty five Doi Lais. Such pois Nii or persons shall upon conviction then of to fined in any sum not More than two Hundred nor loss than Twenty dollars and imprisoned in Tho cell or Dungeon of the jail of Tho county not sex cooking three months at Tho discretion of Tho court. Section 3. Hat if any person or per sons shall wilfully and maliciously admin ister or cause to to administered Poison of any sort what nor to any horse Maro foal filly Jack Rule or ass sheep Goat cow of steer Bull 1 Eifer or Swine the property of another Ith intent to injure or Des Troy such hoi so Maro foal filly Jack Mulo or ass sheep g at cow of steer Bull Hei for or Swine to o person or persons so of fooling shall by deemed guilty of a Mise Meanor and up m conviction thereof shall to fined in Tho sum of one Hundred dollars or imprisoned in Tho jail of Tho proper county and fed on bread and water Only for a period not exceeding thirty Days at the discretion of Tho court. Section 4 thing in this act shall to construed to c tend to any person who shall kill or attempt to kill in manner herein provided any of the before mentioned animals trespassing in his or her enclosure. Sections. All offences under this act Iween said boards under tie act passed the act passed March 14. I ads annexations and transfers of territory to and from districts in said acts respectively promotion of education according to the True in tent and meaning and where As doubts exist As to the legality of such annexations and transfers of territory therefore _ 1 be it enacted by the general Jas Semblin of the Fate of that All annexations or transfers of territory to or from the districts provided for in the said act passed february 1s49. A and in the said act passed March 14, 1s53 made Pur Suant to said acts respectively and the a an outlier of Tho Valuo of agreement of to boards of education or or upwards the person or under said acts ios Peci ively heretofore Mado or agreed upon or which shall hereafter to thus made or a Rreed upon shall be held to Boas valid As if the Samo had been specially mid More Lartic Lurly provided for in said acts or Thi acts amendatory thereto. Section 2. Be it. Further enacted that the boards of education of any township and the boards of education of any City or incorporated Village or Union school District created by any Davv of this state shall have Power according to the pro visions of said act passed Marih by Mutual agreement Between ship Board and the City or Board to Transfer territory to or from Tho respective districts under the control of Aid respective boards. Section 3. That this act shall be in Force from and after its passage. N. H. Van Vor Des speaker of the to disc of representatives. Thos. H. Ford april 10, 1856. President the Senall. No. 140. An act to provide for Tho collecting and Safe keeping of the Public a is. Section 1. Lie it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of okie that it is hereby made the duty of Tho s a riffs of to several counties in the Stato of Ohio under the direction of Tho Quarter. Gener Al to collect together and Safe keep in Tho Public buildings or some suitable place in their respective counties nil Tho Public arms and accoutrements belonging to Tho state of Ohio except those in bands of regular organized Volunteer companies and hold Tho same subject to Tho order and direction of the Quarter Gener Al. Section 2. The quartet master general shall to prosecuted and conducted before May allow to the sheriffs com Tho same court and in the same manner As sensation Lor duties required by this act to is or May to provided by Law for the pros be Naid out of Tho governor s contin2ent May to provided by Law for the pros edition of Cas of Tho same Grade in Tho Ditl Oronoco indies of thiss Tite. N. Ii. Van Vorhes spanker of Hie House of representatives. Thomas h. Ford president of the Senate. April a 18.30 no. 120j an act in addition to acts in relation to the courts of Justice and their Powers and duties i Semoni. Lie it enacted by the general i Assembly of inc Allate of Ohio. That Tho courts of common pleas shall have Juristic Tion to on pin i to illegal assessment of taxes and Tho cold it on of taxes illegally As i sussed and of actions to recover Back Tho 121 a act to Amend the act in itlim1 in act fur to creation and a Cali nut n til incorporated companies in the Sitaro of Ohio passed May 1, 1s52 Section 1. Be it ent tiled by the gun i acceding in pro Tiow Topi that rho provisions of this j Section shall m suite that shall i tj10 Havo Boun com no cod Sincu the first Day of july. A d., r53 and provided also that said Petit on i i Roi Shull to filed within tin of fro n to time of Tho rendition of said decree so oui it to to reversed or modified. Section whenever in the opinion of any judge of the court of common plot thu Public interest shall requite if. The said com t shall appoint an assistant prosecuting be paid out of Tho governor s contingent fund on the Ordor of the auditor of state. Sections. This act to be in Force on and after its passage. N. Ii. Van vonetes speaker of the House of representatives. Lester tailor president of of the sonata pro t pm. Dated april 11, 1856. No. 142. An act authorizing cometary associations hereto fore incorporated to Avail themselves of the provisions of an act 3iititled an act making provision for the incorporation of Cemo tary passed february Section 1. Be it enacted Bathe general Assembly of the state of Olio. That any cemetery association heretofore incorporated either by special or Gen i in act May come u under Tho act entitled an act making provision for the Iacoi Porat Ioa of cemetery passed february 24.1848, by their trustees or a sectors filing with the county recon Der a certificate of their desire and intention so t3 do setting Forth the title of the act und r which thay were acts ill to Deomes inoperative and void As to such association from Tho time of filing such intention and statement with the recorder the county whose duty it shall be to recod the Samo in Tho manner set Forth in the second Sec Tion of said act passed february and thereafter such association shall in All respects be governed by the provisions of this act provided that All tin transactions had and rights acquired by Tho association under the act by which they wore incorporated before filing their 3ate As Afore said shall be valid and binding in nil prospects As though the same had been done under said act. T Section 2. This act shall t be effect and be in Force from and after its passage. N. H. Van cd bees speaker of the House of he . Thomas h Ford president of Senate. April no. 146. An act to protect Tho investments of municipal corporations in Tho Stock of Railroad companies. V Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of that no rail Road company incorporated under Tho Gen eral Laws of this Kiaie or that May hero after to created and incorporated under said Laws shall construct its i Ai Loarl or a Branch thereof or any part of either with in the limits of Athens or Washington county in this . Unless a m Jority of the qualified of said count shall previously assent thereto in after provided. Provided shall not apply to such roads As Are Loca Ted now under contract and Lia Voas much As one Milo graded Section 2. Upon of of directors of any company proposing to construct its rail said counties the commissioners of such county May submit question to Tho qualified voters of the who vote a printed or written ticket fop1 con attorney to Aii in Tho prosecution of such of Lance is to to e Coli t Shull Siom proper and Tho commicsionit8 shall pay for the services of such uss Stant prosecuting not Rooney so n Derod such compensation is to Thorn shall seem just and proper and shall by an Provod in Tho court. N. Ii Vax Voyhes. Speaker of flip House of representatives , i Sid Cut of Tho Senate. 10th, isl Al. St auction or against her at the annual Spring or fall elect on by giving at least thirty Days Public notice in one or More news papers of said if at such election a a no. Iso an act relating to common schools. Cert tin boards of education or Undi r an act far Tho bettor regu lation of Public schools in cities towns passed 21. 1849, and. Cer Tain boards f education organized under in net to pit Ido for there organization a Poi vision nid maintenance Schnobl Pramod March, 1853, noting under said cts Jive by airs Mont to 1 Jority of Tho Legal votes cast shall be in favor of of such Road the Compa to build if subject to the provisions of tie net far tie creation and regulation of incorporated companies passed May 1, 1s5 i. Section 3. This act shall Tal from and passage und by in Force for Tho period of five years i pm the taking effect thereof. N. H. Jus vouches Spoa kor of the House of re Rostata tics. Thomas a food president of t to Senate. To r o i i hereby certify that the foregoing acts Are correctly copied from Tao Laws certified to by tie Secretary of Stato. We. H Root auditor of Lorain county

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