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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - April 6, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana M0rning, april 6, 1859. Number 49 Pervatt Ailey s Utor in ii Lealier and in proprietor. A a ded very wednesday Monino a is per year it Advance. Rates of advertising 2 ,metorje88. One iii8�ruon$l ,00 same one year.10,00 Quot six months �00 Quot Tobi i s .5,00 one column one year.80,00. A a sixonths.,.50,00. Three months 35,00 half column one year50,00 Quot taint is v30,00 Quot to amp be mbiiths.20,00 one fourth column one year30,00 ? my flt �?��ix-months.20,00 three Moi its. .15,00 annouimangvcndidate8.for office .2,00 Ford we cd Lumn and is Price and a half All kinds of Job printing done at reasonable an Ecol Ith neatness and dispatch. Y .m3t of acts. Act Star in aug Ihu to la a Senate passed Ai the regular session of the Liugi stature. / we he a a won by Secretary and j Ames , assistant Secretary of the Indiana hereby certify that a key a Flo be Bills originating in the sen the general Assembly at its regular session commencing january 5, 1859,. And end ii Marc h 7j 1859 Leo 3. A Bill attaching the counties of Hancock Madison Hamilton and Tipton to the amp tenth judicial circuit and fixing the time of holding circuit courts in said circuit and also repealing All Laws conflicting therewith. No. 17. A Bill to provide for the parti a Tion of real estate and for laying the same off into , out lots streets and alleys and Abr the Sale thereof and also provide when the same shall take effect. No. 25. A Bill for the investment distribution and Safe keeping of the funds arising from the 113th and la Ltd sections of an act establishing a state Bank approved january 28th, 1834, and providing for the Purchase of Bank Bonds and prescribing the duties of certain officers therein named. \no-28. Abill to provide for the Safe keeping of the Bonds mortgages and other securities entrusted to the care of certain officers therein , defining certain i onies and Mise Manoi a and proscribing punishment there or and providing for certain evidence on the part of the state vetoed by the governor and not afterwards passed no. 30. A Bill to provide for the transferring of the Certitil Cintea of Stock of the state of Diana providing Abr the registry of the same and to prevent a fraudulent Issue thereof. No. 49, a Bill fixing the time of holding courts in the fifth judicial circuit and repealing All Laws in conflict therewith. No. 51. A Bill for the better Protection of religious meetings agricultural fairs and other lawful assemblages of the people. No. 60. Quot a Jill fixing the time a holding courts in the eleventh j judicial circuit and prescribing the length in each county there. . No. 62. A Bill for the Relief of the Indiana University and to increase and extend its Benefit by providing for the Sale of the lands granted by the United states for the said University regulating the application of the proceeds of the sales thereof and prescribing the duties of the Iii cars therein mentioned in relation thereto. No. 63. A Bill to Amend the fifth and eighth sections of an act entitled Quot an act to provide for the equalizing the a Prairie meet of the real property of the state of Indiana approved May 28, 1852 constituting county auditor s District Board of equalization and containing the auditor of the state president of the state Board of equalisation. No. 69. A Quot Bill to legalize All Bonds and other instruments in writing executed by any Assignee of a Branch of the state Bank of Indiana and to authorize suits Tobe brought thereon and to empower the debtors of any Branch to secure the same to the sinking fund. No. 77. A Bill to Amend the 8th Section of an act entitled Quot an act concerning real property and the alienation thereof Quot approved May Goth 1852. No. 79. A Bill to extend the time of pay ment to purchasers of Saline and school lands. No. 84. A Bill fixing the time of holding courts of common pleas in the county of hut Kington and prescribing the length of the term and providing for the return of process heretofore issued or that May hereafter Issue. No. 101. A Bill to authorize county treasurers to assess property which May be omitted by assessors and to legalize assessments heretofore made by treasurers. No. 102. A Bill to Amend the 3d Section of an act entitled Quot an act to establish courts of common pleas and defining the jurisdiction and duties of and providing compensation for the judges thereof and repealing sections 29 and 38 of said act. No. 103. A Bill to authorize county boards in certain cases to hear and complaints age inst Plank gravel turn a a Nike and Mcadam Zed roads and to declare their Charters forfeited. Quot no a we to Amend theft rat Section of an act entitled Quot an act in relation to the a id a cad amyl team and gravel Road of Pray March ,1st, 1855�?z,and supplemental thereto so As to enable Corpo-3ation8 or companies to take Possession of unfinished portions of said Road and com Javete the same who re the original Corpotsk-ti6n by to Eoina Leteth to present a ii Atondra by re from re move and a is us i its providing for id Joshin the demo Avo the swae and to provider Abr the working of such a aban Ido aed Road. No. 106 a Bill for the Relief of Purchas of my Este at Sheri a Sale build a Rex. Ut�6��4�isu�d on ends against sure tick o in of a in few Ted of a a Ogu Izan Ces. Where. So sch recogn��uia98ih�v been taken a Fer of �8 52 took Zoeck and sureties. Being the owners of and conred the Fei Ling Deb i Gnu Kolrs Quot but before i Offori Eit ure to Quot of. Ai. A Bill to Avenal an act entitled a Quot run a Law fib Jii a a a a Iii a june 18, .1852, to auth6rize a change of venue in certain ciases.,y no. 138. A Bill to fix the amount of any of state Likibi Mhz and repealing All former Laws a inflicting therewith and to dispense with an assistant librarian arid clerk.,. No. 142. A Bill to Amend the 6th, St 9th arid 14th sections of an act entitled act to provide for the appraisement of real Tate and prescribing the duties of of Floers in relation thereto Quot approved december 21st, 1858 also defining the duties of appraiser and Deputy appraisers an the auditor of state. No. 144. A Bill to Amend sections 8 and 9 of an act entitled Quot an act creating the 12th and 13th judicial circuits and pro Viding for the election of judges thereof Quot approved february 9,1855. No. 154. A Bill to provide for the More uniform Mode of doing township Busine prescribing the duties of. Certain officers in connection therewith and to repeal All Laws conflicting with this act. No. 153. Quot a Bill to fix the time of holding courts of common pleas in the counties of Steuben and Dekalb and to repeal All Laws heretofore passed on that no. 156. A Bill authorizing the purchasers of railroads and Mcadam Zed roads or parts thereof under mortgage Sale or sales made according to the terms of deeds o Trust to organize As incorporated companies and prescribing their Power and duties. No. 163. A Bill relinquishing to William English of Dearborn county the interest acquired by the state of Indiana by is cheat in and to in lot no. Thirty three 33 in i Rossville in said county. No. 170. A Bill to fix the times of holding the court of common pleas in the county of Marion and prescribing the length of the terms thereof and repealing All Laws in conflict therewith. No. 172. A Bill to fix the time for holding the circuit court in the first judicial circuit and repealing All Laws in conflict therewith. No. 174. A Bill fixing the time of holding the court of common pleas in the county of Hendricks and the length of the terms thereof. And repealing All Laws in conflict therewith. No. 178. A Bill providing for the election or appointment of supervisors of highways and prescribing certain officers of their duties and those of county and township officers in relation thereto and matters properly connected therewith. No. 181. A Bill to repeal All Laws fixing the time of the commencement of the next term of the Hancock circuit court and to fix the time of holding said court and to require All parties jurors witnesses and All others in interest to take notice thereof. No. 183. A Bill in relation to the partition of real estate. No. 201. A Bill to require surviving partners to give Bond file inventories and make report of their proceedings to the court having jurisdiction of decedent s estate. No. 203. A Bill to provide for the election of trustees and commissioners of the benevolent institutions of the state and prescribing some of the duties of such offi cars. No. 200. A Bill to Amend Section Twenty four of an net entitled Quot an act concerning real property and the alienation thereof Quot approved May 6th, 1852. No. 208. A Bill to Amend the first Section of an act entitled Quot an act to authorize the formation of now counties and to change county boundaries Quot approved March 7th, 1857, so As to allow new counties to be formed out of territories of less than four Hundred Square Miles and prescribing How the number of qualified voters shall be ascertained. No. 220. A Bill to authorize circuit courts and courts of common pleas to Espanel traverse juries from the bystanders in All cases where the officers required by Law to Emannel juries failed or refused to discharge that duty. No. 224. A Bill authorizing and empowering supervisors of highways to keep in repair roads changed by the construction or running of railroads. No. 226. A Bill supplemental to an act entitled Quot an act for the incorporation of High schools academies colleges. Universities theological institutions and missionary boards Quot approved May 13, 1852. No. 24�. A Bill authorizing the treasurer of state to pay out moneys to Aid the Indiana historical society and to provide checks and restrictions in the payment of the Sama. No. 251. A Bill supplemental to an act entitled an act fixing the time of holding courts in the eleventh judicial circuit and prescribing the length thereof in each county thereof Quot approved january 1849. No. 254. A Bill supplemental to an act entitled an act to provide for the More uniform Mode of doing township business prescribing the duties of certain officers in connection therewith and to repeal All Laws conflicting with this act Quot approved february 18, 1859, at the june term of the county Board. No. 225, a Bill to provide for the application of any surplus that May remain in the hands of the auditor of state after the redemption of the circulation of any Bank or banking association where such Bank or banking association has received on Deposit Money belonging to the state and failed to pay the same. No. 257. A Bill for the Relief of the whole Nui House Bills on files ofous9.188 ouse at adj built. 35 7t adjoin innate Bills of files of Otise at Adjo Nate Bills that become Laws one retained by the governor House Bills that became Laws 52. 1 100 whole nor Liber that be a be Laws 152 j Ames a Vawter Sec. Of so Nate. Jasi n. Tyne ass t. Sec. Of Senate. Sees from the tote of the water and other privileges on the Northern division of the Central cd Nal and auth Oil zing a us to upon the Bonds of Jfrancis a. Conwell Ani others for their Teneff and to subject the property convey a a to a Aid cd Well by the state to the payment of a he damages sustained by said lessees their heir executors administrators and assigns by the breach of the condition of said Bond. No. 262. A Bill to provide Tor the printing and binding of two thousand copies of the Laws passed at the special ses stoic of the Grenz i lass ably in the yeair�o858, and at the be Lar session the of Fri the year 1889, in the German language and for the Distri Button and Sal of the same. No 263., Bill the time of hold ing the court of common pleas in the county of Wabash and the length of the terms Quot no. Bill supplemental Tolan act for the incur Pontini of Tow a their Powers or of Tel officers the ref Ai a do a Clang t Weir duties approved june 11,1852, and making the order of the Board of commissioners under Tion nine of said act final in certain cases. No. T9 incl it third Sec i Tion of a it act entity cd hts Xci regulating of i tin a so Utie 7,1852.1. A a St v Norm. A Bill a Hancock Cipcic it ii a Ltd to it the ext term be ii to. We and it Xii to to it it i Iino a i a by eth Miniot Ding i lib Cluj wit a let of Ajes and joint i Templi a origin-., rating in Tjit Loiue past a session of Fie Semi Al asap ii ill. 1. George h. Chappo a assistant clerk of the House of beep re sent Tives Ceita that the following named acts sad joint re solutions Ori rating in the House passed to be general. Assembly at the regular session of 1859 no. 1. An act to provide for taking the sense of the qualified voters of the state on calling a convention to alter Amend or revise the Constitution of the state. Davis. No. 5. An act incorporating school townships defining their Powers requiring the title of school Sot to be vested in the corporate name of the township town or City in which the same is situated authorizing Public school houses to be occupied for private schools and also for other meetings and to author the the common Council of aldermen of a City and the trustees of an incorporated town to Levy All taxes Foi schools and the buildings and repair of school-hous�8, repeal All Laws incur insistent with this act. Stanfield. No. 10. An act establishing a Board of sinking fund commissioners providing for the election and appointment of the officers thereof and prescribing the Powers and duties of said Board and limiting the salary of the president and clerk of said Board. Smith of Perry. No. 11. An act to Amend the 21st Section of an act entitled Quot an act providing for the organization of county boards and prescribing some of their duties Quot approved june 17, 1852, so As to allow the commissioners to make a Levy of not less than one tenth of one per cent. Emergency clause Cavins. No. 12. An act to prevent the issuing and circulation of unauthorized paper currency and prescribing penalties for the issuing or failure to redeem any such currency and to punish the putting in circulation of broken Bank notes or the notes of Banks that have suspended specie payment. Martin. No. 16. An act to Amend an act entitled an act to Amend the 32d Section of an act entitled Quot an act defining misdemeanours and presen Ding punishment therefor Quot approved june 14th, 1852, approved March 7th, 1857. Harney. No. 20. An act to prevent carrying concealed and dangerous weapons and to provide punishments therefor. Hamilton of Boone. No. 21. An act providing for voluntary assignments of personal and real property in Trust for the Benefit of creditors and regulating the Mode of administering the same. Emergency clause Scott. No. 23. An act to the commission of Justice of the peace issued to j. B. Osborne esq., of Jackson county and also to legalize his acts under it. Emergency clause Early. No. 27. An act to authorize Plank Mcadam Zed and gravel Road companies to consolidate their Stock with other similar companies and to assume a common name and defining the Power of such consolidated company. Emergency clause be flies no. 28. An act providing for the use As evidence of depositions Takon to perpetuate testimony prior to the taking effect of the revised statutes of 1852, and for the publication and recording of depositions heretofore taken or hereafter to be taken to Peri Xit uate testimon3% and for the use of such record and copies thereof As evidence. Emergency clause Blythe. No. 29. An act to License regulate and restrain the Sale of spirituous vinous malt and intoxicating liquors to prevent drunkenness and crime and to prohibit the adulteration of liquors and to repeal All former Laws conflicting wit i the provisions of this act. Mansfield. No. 35. An act to regulate and License the Sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors to prohibit the adulteration of liquors and repeal All former Laws contravening the provisions of this act and prescribing penalties for the violations thereof. Emergency clause Mansfield. No. 36. An act to fix the times of holding the circuit courts in the 9th judicial circuit. Merrifield. No. 48. An act to Amend the 6th Section of Quot an act providing for the organization of county boards and prescribing some of their Powers and duties Quot approved june 17, 1852. Emergency clause Hamilton of Wayne. No. 59. An act to extend to borrowers of sinking fund surplus Revenue fund College fund Saline fund congressional school fund and other funds time of payment of Loans and prescribing the duties of proper officers in relation thereto. Harrison. No. 66. An act supplemental to an act entitled Quot an act supplemental to an act entitled Quot an act prescribing who May make a will the effect thereof what May be devised regulating the revocation admission to probate and contest thereof Quot approved May 31,1852. Emergency clause Stiles. No 69. An iut. To repeal All go no ral Laws now in Force a thei Porpora them to construct in connection with Tho Bridges causeways across Loy it Bottoms collect tolls prescribe their Powers and rights and the Rinner in which. They Shau exercise the 5� 1855 Lezaun therein named Quot \ no. 10 an act to Amend sections in amp and twelve of an act entitled a act to authorise the construction of levees and drains Quot approved june 12,18p5, and supplemental thereto. Quot shall no. 105. A act to Quot coins Bill Quot pts heir of a town lots to Grade and Pav ride walks and fixing the penalty thereto Jones. Connected therewi.,Edwards. No. 70. An to to make certain a Gippri actions for the purpose of digging and constructing what is known As that i Giand Calumet canal,.or a tick in l n,.and Denning the duty of Johes amp Liand it Kinnu Sstoner of in rela Tion thereto., much i the gov Ernoy Ito. A a flu. No. 72. An act to two of to provide compe Satali to the of so Ninus , injun by the car a i a Omot yes or a the Ric a Ridge a of any la it oat a done panties in this site vap prove a March a 1853, for the manner of service of rpm / a Noi 82. An to to a regulate. The a tie i in certain Ca App a led to the Sopr a in of Reen i unto and it Fri a to him the interest a alter. Lem of eng a my it Tion of Quot an act to i Coronite not a in. A to prevent to Sherii of Crantz Mes it state and non re Side it lands in his and providing pennies the Refon pm a rfcs. A 7.4�,n act to apr a Section 15,and to rep ,27 of an to a title act for the Quot opt a Ngi vacating a nil cd Hgt of Quot Ian proved Juhe 17,1852 so As to give boards of county commissioners jurisdiction As Tor. The change laying put aim vacating i ways in their respective counties saving and transferring All proceedings now pending before township trustees under said sections so repealed Board of county commissioners providing for the disposition thereof. Hunter. No 112. An act to authorize the holders of unauthorized a i currency to Stie for and recover from persons who have issued the same As for Money had and received without making previous holders parties to the Slit and making such currency evidence Bathe indebtedness . 124. An Acito i bilt the throwing or depositing any earrion or any dead animal in any running Stream or Lake of water in this state and to prevent the depositing or burying of any dead animal on the Banks of the same and prescribing the penalty for the violation thereof. Whetzel no. 130. An act to compel supervisors of Road districts within the limit of incorporated towns to work the same under the direction of town Council. Emergency clause Colgrove. No. 131. An act to secure dues from private corporations acid to extend their immunities to All citizens who May organize on the same terms. No. 131. An act to Amend the first Section of an act entitled Quot an act concerning real property and the alienation thereof Quot approved May 6, 1852. Baird. No. 138. An act for the Protection of sidewalks in towns and villages and for the preservation of Shade Trees planted along the same. Boyd. No. 139. An act declaratory of the meaning of the first Section of an act entitled Quot an act prescribing who May make a will the effect thereof what May be devised regulating the revocation admission to probate and contest thereof Quot approved May 31,1852, and to legalize All wills made by married women in pursuance of said act since the taking effect thereof. Emergency clause Blythe. No. 141. An act to authorise the formation of limited partnerships and the liabilities of the several partners and prescribing the proceeding against them. Edwards. No. 143. An act to legalize the Praise Niento and assessment of property in cities of this state and the making out and delivery of the tax duplicate in cities of state incorporated under the act of 1857. Emergency clause Hamilton of Boone. No. 147. An act to Amend Section 2 of an act to incorporate the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad company so As to authorize its Board of directors to reduce the amount of its capital Stock and the nominal value of the shares and to Issue certificates therefor. Mansfield. No. 152. An act to provide for the making and authentication of transcripts from the records of the of Sce in certain cases and for admissibility in evidence of the same or copies thereof Davis. No. 156. An act authorizing appeals from circuit courts to the supreme court in contested election cases. A Umei ency . Harrison. No. 158. An act to provide for the management and disposal of the estate of persons who have absented them Sells from their usual place of residence and gone to parts unknown. Emergency clause Baird. No. 105. An act to Amend the 18th Section of an act entitled Quot an act defining misdemeanours and prescribing punishment therefor Quot approved june 14,1852. Snyder. No. 167. An act to provide for the fees of sheriffs in conveying convicts to the state prison and providing punishment for violations thereof to re Al All Laws in convict herewith. Emergency clause Hunter. No. 108. An act to Amend the title and first Section of an act entitled Quot an act authorizing Railroad Plank Road Turnpike Road and Mcadam Zed read companies to borrow Money and secure the repayment thereof by mortgage Quot approved february 5 1852.�? emergency clause no. 188. An act supplemental to an act entitled Quot an act to authorize and regulate tue business of general banking Quot passed March 31, 1855j, providing for additional securities in the delivery surrender Exchange or Sale of Stock or Bonds deposited under said act. Smith of Peiry. No. 193. An act relative to the salaries of Public officers and providing the manner of paying the same and the a incr of resin Bursing the Stateff a increase of salaries. Brain he a Toni Mitt a on Way s and a Means is no. 169. An act for the Relief of the heirs at la. Of John it i an deceased and to Vest m them Coria in real estate which has is Chi at a to the state. St a fit old. No. 175. An act to Amend Section Ali it i it fan act entitled Quot an act to establish courts a of Al Tippon pleas.,an4,degnghejun8c-Tion act duty Ian of and providing a Satin for the judge to fiery a i Quot a Phi ova a May 14,1852i so a to it is to and the Juristic Tifi of said courts in certain., Quot emergency Clarisea ant Vernor declaring that the Secru to in of state shall act As gov Emph stir id. A amp 210. An act to create the 15th judicial circuit., no. 215. An act to provide for the Loca to Jig arid working of highways situated upon co Unity lines. Fordyce. No. 218. An act to fix the the for hold the Chi of cd Maori pleas in the District Cov Pond 0f to. Co tie of i Lewt and Lis Rai cmdr to Rei i Laws by of Laws Mth this act. Murray i Nairn an it fixing the Iii no of held ing the circuit courts in the twelfth judicial circuit a plating the terms thereof and rep ing Lav a can tent there Irith. I Quot Snyder. No. 222. An act to Amend so it Ion 42 of an act entitled Quot Arf Quot act to Tabish the courts if common fleas and defining the Juristic a and duties of and i Viding compel Itin for the judges thereof Quot a prove i May 14,1853, so As to regulate the docket to go ind disposal of the business there no 223. An act to provide for the return of the jury to the common pleas courts at a he third Day of the term. Cavins. No. 224. Act to prevent the spread of the Canada Thistle prescribing pent ties for suffering the so me to mature upon cultivated farms and Public highways and to prescribe penalties for Selling seeds or Grain containing Jornada Thistle seed. Emergency wild Mem. A Noirl 226rf an act to Ameid Section 8 of an act entitled Quot an act to authorize and limit allowances by courts and boards and drafts upon county treasurers Quot approved May 27,1852. Emergency clause Martin. No. 228. An act to provide for the collection of the surplus Revenue fund belonging to the counties of. Dekalb Lake and Wells on loan of the state Treasury and for the payment of said fund Over to the treasurers of said counties. Waterman. No. 234. An act to Amend the 4th, 27th, 107th and 143d sections of an act entitled Quot an act to provide for a general system of common schools the officers thereof and their respective Powers and duties and matters properly connected therewith and to establish township libraries and for the regulation thereof Quot and to repeal All Laws and parts of Laws coming in conflict i Ith this act. Emergency clause Waterman. No 245. An act to authorize deeds and mortgages heretofore acknowledged before county auditors to be recorded and authorizing the same and also the record thereof to be read in evidence making such record notice to third persons and making such conveyance valid. Emergency clause Parrett. No. 249. An act to change the time of holding the common pleas courts in St. Joseph Marshall and Stark counties and the length of terms therein. No. 253. An act to provide for transferring real estate for taxation on the books of county auditors and preserving the Chain of title thereof is the recorder s office in certain cases therein provided for. Nelson. No. 254. An act making the Register of Michigan Road lands and certified copies of entries therein evidence and declaring the effect thereof and making the records of patents and certificates of Purchase and other evidence in writing of the Sale of real estate and certified copies of such records evidence and declaring the effect emergency clause Stanfield. No. 259. An act to Amend the 71st Section of an act entitled Quot an act providing for the election and qualification of justices of the peace and defining their jurisdiction Powers and duties in civil cases Quot approved june 19,1852. No. 258. An act to repeal the 5th Section of an act entitled Quot an act to authorize Railroad companies to consolidate their Stock with the Stock of Railroad companies in this or in adjoining states and connect their roads with the Ros of said companies and to authorize Railroad companies to construct their roads on the routes which they have heretofore surveyed and located and use and occupy the same when completed Quot approved of february 23. 1853. No. 262. An act to repeal Quot an act to prevent Railroad companies from changing their depots except on condition therein Napier Quot approved March 4,1853. Davis. No. 267. An act prescribing the holding and the length of terms of the courts in the third judicial circuit. Clements. No. 268. An act prescribing the time of holding the courts of common pleas in the several counties therein named. Clements. No. 279. An act to empower Plank Road companies to sell and convey their real and personal estate. Emergency clause Parrett no. 281. An act providing for the incorporation of canal companies. Emergency clause Blythe. No. 293. An act fixing the time and Mode of electing state Printer defining his duties fixing his compensation and repealing All Laws in conflict with this act. Miller. No. .295. An act to provide for the erection of a new prison North of the National Road election of officers therefor making appropriations and for t in regulation of the same. Snyder. Horisk Joist to ibo Lynons. No. R. A joint Rew Lution str actin our a Tomb and request hour representatives in Congress to i their influence to secure the passage of a Law giving pensions to the soldiers of 1812 no. 13. A joint re solution in relation to the construction of a new canal at the Falls of the Ohio River on the Indiana Side. No. 14 a joint a i Tiou in relation to making a demand on the oenen4 Grove i agent for rent for the use of the Capitol for holding the Federal courts acid also for fuel and Light Fimi shed for the years 1836 to 1858 inclusive. No. 24. A joint Resolution in relation to the settlement adjustment and collection of the dues to the state from the various officers and persons indebted thereto. I hereby certify that there were ninety four Bills orig rating in the House which passed both branches of the three of this number were vet by the governor and one of the last named passed and became a Law the Grovernor objections to the contrary notwithstanding. There were fifty three Senate Bills passed one of which was vetoed by the governor making the whole number of Bills passed by both branches of the legislature one Hundred and forty seven of which one Hundred and forty four become Laws. Geo. H. Chapman. Assistant clerk of the House. From the Pitti Bugh daily poit or Maich 31�t 1859. Adjourned meeting of the stockholders of the Pittson a fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad company. No. 298. A act to provide for the Lay that. Nof 108. An a act fix he the time of hold a a a a i rtt of a of nmn Meas a he the to in he of to re is Quot the of a of in the Crim Quot to Ltd a de Law re and Blacki Foid . Re cars 1858and 1860, and repealing All jaws Ufi a inflict the pro with a Huu. O.l95. An a in it it i de a Lri a sury Liy Stem for the state of India nil for the manner a of a eco Vii holding a Lisl Juning to moneys of the 9tat$t,Imd 4or the ring of Thip Blip i nones Arch 1, Retior Nodhy the Gdyk a fit Raad. The ctr a a Rny or a by a a tip a St Ifie 1% the vol Quot Trami Tion of an act entitled Quot a act defining Teir Teota is ohm of mtg Isuf 185��, he it a to a a cd a a a Tbs Puiu ing out and repairing highways upon line Between Indiana and adjoining states. Griffin. No. 304. An act to Amend the first Section of Quot an act authorizing the construction of Plank Mcadam Zed and gravel roads Quot approved May 12, 1852. Emergency Crouse Dobbins. No. Orsog. An act for the Usefof Johnm. Shirey emergency clause Elro Therton no. 322. An act authorizing the state Board of agriculture to make a geological re con Naissance of the state to make collections and analysis of specimens and nicking appropriations therefor. Treadway. No. 324. An act to desire the Streatta of i Uhrey Creek a navigable one from its Confluence with the a a Iii diver to the to in of Hartford in Ohio Cru hey. Temei hey clause Gregory. No. 324. the time Soho ing the Cass court of Goin Moh pleas. A Iio Wlton no. 828. An act to Amer the 143d Sec Tion of enact entitled. I an act to provide amp a. The. Valuation and As Toft a ipod personal property my the collection of taxes itch he so to of India for the election of township assessors Anil pre Bing. Duties of assessor apr Raire so Terri property Goun i a tip Isu tors arid Auditori and oif the treasurer and auditor of stale a Irot de j Une a -852i ,. Austin i f-2�d -338.-a n act making Here to approx nations Abr the ear <1859 and 1860, Aid the Firat of i i a of Theiler 186> emergency clan so Tiv a it to Lajb to provide to the full of th��ertiilcateft��8to�c in i Here to to debt my cd a Hei Tipti in i Ortte at nine o clock on wednesday morning the stockholders of the Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad company met at the rooms of the Board of Trade in the City of Pittsburgh pursuant to adjournment Hon. J. K. Moorehead in the chair a. Bradley Secretary. Or. John Ferguson of new York offered the following Resolution Pleso Liefl. That two stockholders be appointed As auditors for the examination of accounts As proposed by or. Ferguson last year and that the president be requested to Confer with and include in the next Annu Al report the names of two stockholders residents of Pittsburgh or its Vicinity to be elected As auditors for the next ensuing year. In presenting this Resolution or. Ferguson remarked that the Tenor of the Resolution offered last year for the appointment of auditors being misunderstood he would repeat that the intention was that copies of the annual reports to the stockholders should be submitted to the auditor s Ion enough before the Date of the annual meeting to enable them to make a digest or synopsis thereof and see to its publication and transmission by mail to every stockholder in the United states whose address was known that each might attend and be Able to discuss Intelli Nutly the result of what had been done during the past and what was proposed to be done in that forthcoming. To enable the stockholders to do so the abstract of the report sent should in the words of the Resolution contain All that is of general interest and the More it could be made to assimilate to the English system the More the practice will tend to restore the foreign Bond and stockholders Confidence in the Enterprise and to enable the auditors to make it so the books and accounts of the company should As far As necessary be open to their examination and such explanations Given them As might be asked for. Or. Ferguson s Resolution was to Maxim Ousby adopted without debate. He then advocated the unanimous election of the ticket presented saying that it was truly incumbent upon the stockholders to uphold with All their might the Board of directors to be elected. Theirs will be no trivial duty. Patience untiring Energy knowledge and Long experience Are All necessary to Success. The difficulties in conducting a newly opened Road necessarily imperfect with an Active Competition Likely to exist until the country shall have been blessed with an abundant Harvest and a superabundance to be disposed of Are great enough but when is there super added the embarrassment of so Large a floating debt which though not contracted by them they have to Bear the odium and annoyance of the difficulties Are greatly increased. All the co operation the stockholders can give the directors is surely needed. With respect to the floating debt so far As held on the line of the Road stockholders might cooperate very effectually. A Friendly word in season would go far to allay any natural As Cerbito of feeling a disappointed creditor might entertain and backed by the Irr Isis Tible argument of self interests would pave the Way to a settlement by the Only Means at the command of the direction a that is by funding a proportion and extending the balance of to e claims Mitil the assets in their hands can be resized. He was sanguine that if two Thi or three fourths of the abating debt could a med customers could soon by found for the remainder of the Bonds at reasonable rates and the whole be thus made available to the creditors sooner and More Satis amp it oily than in any other Way. Judge Hanna of Foit Ivalyne made some remark sin Rud to the flattering prospects of the Road and Sud that All that was Nec e99a was the Patirei for bean and in Din of the creditor of the read. He urged Jun those interested understand the position Puthe. Re Imd to be indulgent if a he last yeas crop a not been had the to would Hato Meas imply relieved food its floating Dei. He i the propriety a fun a a ih9 floating debt he it Ion a Holcli could not Nav the or Quot of the i of Eft a i via but in ii pm imm Gen. Moorhead Ina deafen remarks upon the necessity and importance of holding up the hands of the managers of this orca work. He had been appointed As one to assist in finding this debt a Mark of Confidence for which he thanked the stockholders. The great difficulty which he found in his efforts to perform this duty was a feeling a Sunset the management of the Road. The remarks of the gentleman from new York he approved of. He earnestly urged that the stockholders should sustain those who had Chai of the business of the Road. In regard to the remarks of the gentleman Hgt a Ohio he had found that when his mind was employed in great duties like those which devolved upon the Man is of this Road he had Little time for attention to those social amenities which had been spoken of a he urged the stockholders to sustain the management whom they should elect by every Means in their Power and sustain the policy of funding the debt. Gen. Jarvis made a few additional Marks bearing testimony to the general Good conduct of the employees of the Road with few exceptions. Or. Kent Jarvis offered the following in order to bring the subject to a focus whereas from the report of the directors and from other sources of information the stockholders Are gratified with the Lair Prosperity of the company therefore resolved that the thanks of the shareholders Are due and Are hereby respectfully tendered to the officers of the company for the efficient manner in which they have discharged their duty. Or. Hutchinson of Allegheny sustained tie Resolution m a characteristic the present management had paid the men a had pulled the Road through the swamp and they certainly deserved credit and ought to be sustained. The preamble and Resolution were unanimously adopted. The president announced Tho committee to examine the accounts of the company As follows Kent Jarvis esq., of Ohio John Ferguson esq., of new York r. F. Smyth esq., of Pennsylvania. The meeting then adjourned and the polls were opened for the election of directors for the ensuing year which resulted in re electing the members of the old Board. J. Edgar Thomson Phila Delphiia. T. Haskins Dupuy Pittsburgh. George w. Cass Pittsburgh. We. Robinson jr., Pittsburgh. C. Russell Massillon. John Larwill Wooster. R. Keuy upper Sandusky. J. K Edgerton fort Wayne. Samuel Hann fort Wayne. Jesse l. Williams fort Wayne. A. L. Wheeler Plymouth. John Evans Chicago. William r. Ogden Chicago. R. H. Winslow new York. The Resolution is an evidence in addition to the complimentary Resolution passed at their meeting that the stockholders Are Well pleased with the energetic and prudent manner in which the affairs of the Road have been managed. The Ard subsequently met and organized by the re election of the present offi cers Viz president j. Edgar Thomson vice president j. K. Edgerton acting president t. Haskins Dupuy. The Board adjourned to meet at fort Wayne on the last tuesday in april. Insurrection in the Auburn prison. Three convicts so mtg to dead. The convicts employed in the Hame shop of the Auburn prison broke out in rebellion i inst their keepers about 4 o clock p. M., yesterday. The immediate cause of the outbreak was the attempt of one of the keepers of the prison to take a coloured con vict from the shop for the purpose of punishing him for a violation of orders. The convict in the first instance was taken out peaceably but after reaching the Hall of the prison broke away from the keeper and ran Back to the Hame shop. The keeper pursued him and reaching the shop was advised by or. Austin the principal keeper to let the coloured Man remain for a few hours until he had got Over his excitement. This occurred about 11 o clock a. The convict was allowed to remain in the shop until about 4 o clock p. M., when the keeper went to him and ordered him to the Hall or punishment. It was at this Point that the rebellion commenced. The convicts in the shop left their work and arming themselves with such tools As they could Lay their hands upon declared that the coloured convict should not be taken from the shop at this stage of the proceedings information was conveyed to or. Kirkpatrick the agent of the prison of the or. K immediately issued orders for the guards on the Wall to repair to the shop there to await his directions. These orders were promptly obeyed. When the guards reached the shop the agent who had preceded then ordered the convicts who were in the East end of the shop with the exception Othene nor to Nurieh to the West end. This order was obeyed by All except some six or eight of the convicts when or. Austin stepped in front of him to arrest him. At this instant the negro raised a Hammer and gave or. Austin a hard blow my Austin at the same time knocking the negro Down with his canes the convicts who had marched to the West end of the shop discovering the difficulty with the negro turned and commenced throwing All forts of tools at the keepers and Guarda Aik threatening their live the order wa8�t-Enby the i ent for a the convicts who were peaceably disposed to Lay Down on the floor or remain Stan big at their peril. A few 6f the convicts obeyed Thig order but Large majority of them still continued a Roh Euion. The order was then Giyen by the agent to fire. To was promptly obeyed and Tiree convicts including the no Gro were a Bot it Fae agent then informed the convicts thit to tip Ess a a immedi by Laid Down thir weapons and obedience Ever May of them we uld w shot. A he Oon vices x8s a did t1�it they would obey and suiting the action to. The word Laid Down their weapons we of the convicts Diot m a died the. No a has a Sevem in iwo and a the Thi Joist above to lib the boat Aach or reveal Jun from the Paris a anew Poinde Iier Oti Imi Sloiua c�hiw4 there is yet Romance in the Bob state Are still made a the re Gion of the heart purses Are still emptied but now fit a the last Romance of thetfo guru 17. A Young roman accompanied by a Naf Parisienne is Obi cried daily in the Boisi Riding behind a of Iron Gray nothing sin guru in this certainly Bat Tho panel of the Calash displays an a Laho Iata coat of arms with the cipher 17 rain mid m Gold on a Blue und. A Crown is Luce Wise discovered for m. Caradini Indk is the hero s name is a roman count. Any thing Peculiar in that figure 17, trunk Yon listen. The a Ither of the count arrived a Rome at the age of 17, with seventeen Hai Ochi in his pocket. From a Garym do a a he Rose to the position of Porter and then became a Cicerone. With his earnings a mounting to 1,700 crowns he of it Small cafe. Selling it at a latter period far 17,000, he built a hotel which he kept ice 17 year. He next became interested in the Grain Trade made 17 voyages to the Sast amassed a colossal Fortune within a Seco period of seventeen y oars and finally Xet ii to Odessa. Remarking the Happy influence of the figure 17 upon his destinies he applied it in everything. All his business transact Ems All his voyages were commenced on the itch of the month he. Owned 17 vessel Boi i 17 Chateaux. Strange to say Hedi Edathe age of 77, leaving 17 millions to his three children. His eldest son bought a Soman title for the sole purpose of displaying a coat of arms which should immortalize the fun Ous number. In order to pro satiate the siding Genius of his father he married a Young girl of 17 on the 17th of dec. had Long searched the champs Elysee for a site where his hotel in contemplation could have the number 17. Perseverance had rewarded his efforts he has found just such a spot in the Rue Des vignes�?17 friends Dine with him weekly and he is de it Ter mined that neither his a nor himself shall outlive the 77 years of his this is an Quot Over True pea nut i. A Qew. Andony of tto Imp Hiigli oot Tooa Dong the a a a a it Young shrimp son is a Nice Young Man who dresses neatly As a neral thing and Oilen times imagines to himself that he attracts More than a passing notice from the pretty Young ladies who do their shopping and walking on canal and Charters streets. Shrimp son has one bad habit which we fear he can never rid himself of and that is the habit of purchasing from every no woman Vendor of cakes and candies whom he meets a pocket full of pea nuts. Yesterday in a fit of abstraction he placed a Saucer full which he had just bought in his hat and forgetting what he had done went strolling Down canal Street for an or ing and starting. In the distance looms up the figure of e lady acquaintance and shrimp son braces himself and pulls Down his Vest in read to Ness for the charge. She comes swe Jiung along in the full in it it portions of crinoline and rustling silk aa4 with eyes whose Eye lids seem scarcely Able to Bear the Long wishes salutes shrimp son shrimp son smiles hoisting up the ends of his moustache and of horror the next moment thoughtlessly his hat is in his hand. Grand tableau a la Keller it Bower of peanuts. Shrimp son for Sale at two cents and not a bidder among the laughing group of ladies who paused to see the fun. Grand bolting act by shrimp son never performed elsewhere in this country with applause from the dead head audience and finale scramble of Small boys for pea Nuta. Trouble in a roman Catholic Charch from the i. on last sunday afternoon there was an immense gathering in the Vicinity of St. John s Church roman Catholic in 50th Street. The assemblage was chiefly composed of the members of the above named Church who met to hear an address from the Rev. Or. Daymon in vindication of him self on the subject of his suspension by archbishop Hughes. It appears from Tho facts in the Case that the Verenda gentle Man in a discourse to his congregation Prit or to his suspension made Useo thee Corea Sion that Quot hell was paved with the skulls of bad priests Quot for which coupled with Tho amp it that the reverend gentleman is rather too enthusiastic in his style of preaching caused the archbishop to order his suspend Sion. Rev. Or. A non is a proselyte from protestantism and is a brother of Captain Daymon of the British War St Amer got on of Atlantic Cable finc. He declares this intention of building a Church at his own expense and his congregation have declared their intention to follow their pastor the Mission to Japan. The Board of fore missions of the re formed dutch Church is actively engaged in making arrangements for sending out a company of missionaries to Japan. Rev. S. Bbrown Rev. G. F. Verbeck and or. D. Al Simmons together with three la is have Volunteer to go and it is expected they will sail about the first Day of May. Be sides the dissemination of religious in True Tion it is proposed to introduce such labor Saring machines and use fid inventions As shall be Best adapted to instruct the i Iraq est in the relation of the natural sciences to agriculture amp a. Special attention Wil also be Given to instructing the prof to in the sciences of surgery and Medicine. Doctor Simmons has lately been engaged a learning the arts of photography store Aco Phy and electro Type. He has aim informed himself in the management of the so wig machine one of which is to form part of a Mission. No permanent location Wilt be fixed upon until the missionaries have had time to Survey the country and deter Sune where their labors will to most a Tii a a it is highly desirable that another Prenott should join the party As an assistant to dry Simmons whose duties will be Oom Dyfed and y. Ipri Bane threaten red Reb Eluta in pm gift. We have re Ltd ived an id Mitt n Din. Lar from Oak vice Canada West. Sigil w. King in which the prasent Terai by ii is sharply handed and a separation the Home gov i ent boldly adv Elm amp the event of the Success of some of Llu a measures urged by Tho . H refers approve Gay tothe action of Trio in colonies under similar drum Stanos Aai insists that the time u at hand when Liki action should and must be taken by the people of Ganada. It urges some Iii Yin of parliament if the new Tariff so doses to promo in the Bouse Tii Atit is ent to dissolve All government tip Oon Ank with great Britain that a Union Bohr Iii 0pper and lower Canada be dissolve do a Oil that immediate Steps he Alten that Umer Canada May become a Sta a of the in Ltd , the Cin Iular a and brass a to a Tfir ombre the a tto Mienrad of a Mab Lam for Ajha Mii Ftp a a a in Zimt _ a Mrna a i it Kmim a a a Al

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