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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1856

i PrBIISHED BT HAP GOOD & ADAMS, c arms block. VOL. 40, NO 39. St iflrrklij uniilq SournalDfaotrb WARREN, la mbom, iailtiire, Xiterntur (Btarafion, Xoral TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Satdligenrr, anil 3lnns of MAY 1 4, 1 8 5 6. tje Dai, TERMS: " ? OteE DOLLAR AND riFTT CEXT rBB tCM, I AOTABCB. WHOLE NO. 2 067 Poetry. SOULS OF THE CHILDREN. BY CHARLES MACKEY. . "Who bids for the little children Bedy, sad aoal, and brain ? Wkobldi for the little children Toang and without stain 1 Will bo tut bid." said England. F:r their soula so pure and white, And fit for all good or eril The world on their page ma, write I . "We bid," "said Pest and Famine, "We bid for lire and limb ; Ferer. and pain and aqoallor. Their bright jroang eyes shall dim. When the children grow too man,, We'll nurse them as our own. And hide them in secret places. Where none max bear their moan. I Md," said Beggary, howling, I bid for them, one and all I I'll teach them a thousand lessons. To lit, to skulk, to c...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1856

fgg.st.nr Qtstfit Cjrotrii. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPOOOD. BDITORI. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. State Convention. Th tlm t gain airivetl for action. Xaporttat Elections. 8tte and National," ra at haaJ ; and it is deemed expedient rtat tb. PeapU of Ohio take counsel to g ether for wlkh purpose a State Con tention, eotrmosod of Delegates from the evera) coanties, is appointed to be hU la Coltrtnbtts, on THURSDAY, the ZOtk daf tf 2fay next, when will be nominated aandidatea for Judge of tl.e Supreme Court ; Member of tLe Board of Public Works ; Commissioner of Common Reboots ; Six Delegates at laige for the State of Ohio to the National Convention to assemble at Philadelphia on the 17th f Juno, lo nominate President and Vice President of the United Stale ; and an Electoral Ticket for Ohio. The People or Ohio, without regard to past political differences or divisions, who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise opposed to the policy of the present Federal Administration opposed to the ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1856

Mesfeh) cgci'be Gfyi'oq.cic DAPGOOD k IDaFs, Proprietors. - TERMS One DolJarand Fiftjr fBtsi ".'ace. Two Dollar, if payment ii not tade la advance. So papwr iseenti.aed witil all irmrtpi are paid swat at tin aptiea of the nwuli.!.ers. KATBS OF ADVERTISING tuiuifilnln lines or less, llrst insertion, t 30 4m each additional insertion. ' a ' ' one year... (n eqoarwa. three mouths JM ' JJJ j six mouuu... ......... ...... r.e year. ........... fowrth of a column, three months..... d. . six da A m da oaeTear. ......... 12 90 Ot Corr adTertiaemenrs inserted at a reasonable rate. a a.l. Culi fneth. .ear. at SLIM tier line. -JAdvwrtisements soon Id be market I he number of limes ta be raswrten, oinerwise ry ksi't onlared ant .and charr-l for at he above ratee. ItTCaaaai adTartlaeajenU to be paid for when hand 4 la. JOB PKINTIXO. Raria a superior assoftment of Job Printing mate rlal. we are prepared to execute In the heat winner, all fctade af plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, .Address G...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1856

for the farmer. CORN. The immense crop of corn grown this country ia almost fabulous. In 1853 the corn crop of the United States was estimated at six hundred millions, and for the year 1655 two thousand million bush els. We annually export, on an average, from two to three millions of dollars'worth, and the remainder is consumed for home consumption. In some of the Sjuthern and YVe.-tern States, it is uscJ almost en- t'rclj for human fjod and from one end of the continent to the other as food f cattle, hogs, and poultry. It is the stapl product cf the country. Corn will grow on almost any soil, if is tlrv. rich, and well pulverized. Poor wet lands or Mrongclay will not produce good corn. The soil can scarcely be too rich or mellow; the less fermented the better- Almost any rich strong manure will answer for corn, but it should be ap plied to the plants, instead of being scat lered over the ground bi fjre planting. If this is done, the stalk will receive tiie fu'l benefit of it. Corn...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. K arm atocK. VOL. 40, NO 40. SI SSrrklq nmilq Sournal, Duaotrb WARREN, io mbom, irtilfiirf, Xiterafui?, (Biaration, local TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SnftBigniff. nnb tjre &ms of 3IAY 21, 1 8 5 6. tjjt Dai. TERMS! ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS rs ashuji, is aotapc. WHOLE NO. 2 063 . Poetry. [From the Ohio State Journal.] TO MY MOTHER. The following lines, vritien by a conrict in the Ohio Fenitejttiarj. are touchiogly beautiful. We hire aeon othing of late t.a.t has so much saoved our sympathy. Tt. saaa who can write saca poetry, who haj soih thoughts, cannot be atterly depraved. The corse of in tcaperance, with its attending downward influence, baa hex done its work, and spirit, noble and gene, rows, that aught and should be the pride and ornament of the social circle, is now the degraded conrict, in the walls fa penitentiary. How will that fond mother's heart bleed, if she shall hear of her darling boy the in- saate of a prison in a foreign ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1856

C. A. ADAMS. Ci. ti. HAHlOfin i IDIT0I1. WAREEg, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2L State Convention. The time has again ainved Tor action. . . , v c,,. 1 xt-.- , Important Electrons, btate and National. ar at hand ; and it is deemed expedient that the People of Ohio take counsel to getter for which purpose a State Con- Ttation. compos.-d of Delegates fiom the several Counties, is appointed to be held . n . I ' .... in Cnmmhn- on THlTKnA 1 Qth day of Ufa? nett, whtn will Denominated eandidates for Judge of tl.e Supreme Court ; Member of the Board of Public Works ; Commissioner of Common &at.f Ohio to the National Convention to assemble at Philadelphia on the 17th of June, to nominate President and V ice irewucui ui iuc j unci uui , nuu u Electoral Ticket for Ohio. The Peoplx or Ohio, without regard to past political differences or divisions, who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise opposed to the policy of the present Federal Administration opposed to the extension of Slavery in ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1856

T H li 3tfesie'ipQ cseirbe CioqicJe I1PS00D i 1D1..S, rr-prietors. TERMS One Hollar and Fiftr Cents, In drawer; Two IKillara, if pa J' roc lit is not made ia advance. Ms paper d-seoutiuued an til ml! arrearare n pa.d tceptatthe eptioa of the publishers. ATE3 OF ADVKRTISISa Ob quir,tT Han r lese. Brat Insertion, t SO a. wacb additional insertion S3 4. vMyear -- Tw anuarm, three aonths 00 d. . six sa.nth... w) 4. ow. ... ................ .... 1? AO MeartkW echn, three aiontti.... I" d. - e six do 1 W 4 : do en rear. SO CO Lfr seertiaeanent inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards Inserted for the year, at 1 ,0u per line. Advertisements shoald be marked lbs number of lime M b' inserted, otherwise they .ill b continaed til rderwd rat. and ehargwl for at the above rates. ITTCxsaal wdwrlisement to be paid for when hand 4 ia. JOB PRINTTXO. Harinf a superior assortment f Jo Prlntlnr mate rial, w ar prepared to execute ia the best manner, all kiads of plain and fancy Book and Job Printin...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1856

for the farmer. HINTS THE SEASON FOR FARMERS. Look well to your p is'.ures. Da not Di not turn YOU CBltle inlO them t ROOIl, wuit ;u until tlio grass gets a good Mart. Oan id your meadows of limbs that have fallen, J and slumps that hnTe rotted during the - Winter. Cleanse VOUr Cellars, and V hite J Wash them. Clean un your yams, ami J et OUt shrubbery and trees. Make boxes " . . . for the birds tO build nestS in. If VOUr r " fences are Crooked, Or a rail OH, Or a . c loose, fix all Up Snugly. QJW Spring . m I f r Whcat and Barley. rlanl plCUT V OI DOia ...V rt t I tOCS. SOW millet. rlaXvtOO,lS a gOO'l crop, in some -portions of the country The best aoils for flax are flat bottoms, that are covered by fall and spring floods, Sow from two to three peels f sec d to ihf ere. Hemp may be sown any time this month. Take good care of young lam!Sj and their mothers. Cut the tagsoffyour sheep, and do a thousand things that sug gest themselves to you, as you ga over your farm, and do nothing ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 May 1856

FCBMSHED BT HAPGOOD & ADAMS. x inn BLOCK. S tSrrklg anriltj Sournal, -Beuotrb ta mbom, Sgrirultarr, literature, cSburation, lorul Snfrlttgwirr, anil tfje Urns of tjt Daq. TERMS t ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTT CENTS rr akksm. in aotaucb. " VOL. 40, NO 41. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1 3 5 6 WHOLE NO. 2 069. Poetry. For the Chronicle. THE ARREST. BY A BOUTON. A hymn of pnite tbfy tun g, it wm the Uft j That be oalI sing oo earth with thoe he 1ot4 : And once more, the tittle brook they pxsi'J, - Ad toward their lord retreat in silence mor'4, And there, a voe unutterable felt Upon nil holy tool, as on his head A world's rast sins, how heavy none can till, , In lore to man the righteous Father laid. A weep! oj Angel frott the realm of light Beheld him sinking underneath that load; -- And down to earth be befit his rapid Bight. "'" To strengthen and to sooth the Son of God. feat sow the Totces of approaching foes Drown the low accents of bis fervent praj'rt And, strengthe...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 May 1856

Rgtsrfnr gcstr&e &xmtlt. C A. ADAMS, O. N. HAWIOOD, IDITORS. WAEHEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. PROSPECTUS FOR CAMPAIGN PAPER. SHARP SHOOTER. A Republican Campaign pnptr will be issued tinder the booy name, to com-, nirttt itanrediabely after the Presiden tial Convention at Philadelphia, June t7, giving in the 1st number the full re pott of that Convention, and to continue ton til tl announces the final result of the EteclW in the Fall. The paper will be edited under the control of a Republican (Committee, who will be responsible far its tone and the course it will take. It will be printed at the Chronicle office, and Messrs Hap cooD tfc Adams will receive the subscrip tions. It is intended that the ' Suar? Shoot ir," shall be a real Campaign paper, . full of political news, argument, facts, fun and pepper, sending shots home to the Nebraskals, thick and fast. Its ar. tides will be mostly short and pointed slug fashion, and every number will tell. Let the Republicans of Trumbull tak...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 May 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 114.] AN ACT to incorporate me Bank or unio wo otner sun. Sarnoj. 1. Bt it ammctad f Oamarml jltatmHa stae stata af Ose. That it snail be Iswfol .for Bate-; ral individual persona, no) fewer in somber i a any case thaa j ve, te. associate and form oomnaniea for the pur peseef carry inr oa the basiness of hanking, each each place la this State as shall be designated in it ar ticles of association, and in the certificate hereafter re aired to be marie, subject, however, to the cobtitiaen- stes. restrictions, conditions and liabi lities prescribed La this ut. - Somen 9. To carry into effect the provisions of this act. Was. W. Scarborough, of Cincinnati, PranlcHn toekaa.efClevelaad.CaaaMey N.OIds.of IMrcleville, J. K. Finn, of Coaimhea, aad Samuel Forrer, of Iy-1 too. shall be, and they are hereby appointed comaiis-1 ei osiers, and they, or a seajeritr of theas, after taking oath diligently, faithfully and impartially to perform she datiea assi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 May 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. CONTINUED FROM THIRD PAGE. ErcnoN3t. 2.0 baik orgtuized under this art, shall be permitted, it recenng pa.vurtUitat itstaotiuhiu r other place than where Uie same was ivgra tie, uf any note, bill, or other ermence uf de t, due to such bank, aud aylle at a place other than at its banking k-'Mise, to receire in ad da inn to the amount of such aV;i and the legal inU-r stduetheroou.any sum whatsoever as prcmi&iu, exchange or daicaes; ptorided, nothing In (his sectiou cvuiaiued stud prevent such bai.k from receiviiif the daurca allowed by Uv upon a::y bou aJe bill ot exchane,duty proWt4 for con ac epiauco or non payment. cutm3i All transfers of notes, rtoni, bills of exchange, and other evuietice of dera owinj; to auj trank, or of deposits to its ere lit; all assignments of mortgages or other sexrurites oa real estate, or of judj;. menu or decreet in its far or; all deposits of mon y, bullion or other valuable thing lor it nie, or for the use of ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 June 1856

t - PI-BIISIIF.D BT HAPGOOD U ADAMS. in LOCK. 51 JBrrkli arailq Smirnal, Ikootrb lo rttbora, trulturf. literature, duration, lord Sntrlligtnrr. anb tl;r -firms of tje Dai. . TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTT CENTS FEB AIIK, IIT 1STAKI. 1 i iVOL. 40, NO 42, TTARREX, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1 8 56. WHOLE NO. 2 070 Poetry. DOUGLAS' THREAT. BY A. C. HILLS. --'-We intend to subdue yoa-'-Siar Df . : The threats of craven tyrants now - Hare power no more to overawe; ' The 'times fax re changed," the Southern nod We own no longer oar lw. Kot a the lonner days re these; - The spirit tht hth slept so long. While traitor toid ns. wakes at length In stern deBauce of the wrong I J; gubduens! What! can yon subdue The bounding pulse of the free 1 nor ye to crash with pompous threat The awakened soul of liberty ? . Think ye the soil the pilgrims trod, With iron hearts and arms as strong, ;' And gave to Freedom and to God, I - Hath fallen to a craven throng ? ' Think ye, the fire our fa...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 June 1856

t7Wor (FUU gtuuuu. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPCiOOD, EDITORS. WAEEEJT, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 4. PROSPECTUS FOR CAMPAIGN PAPER. SHARP SHOOTER. i,. Z A Republ can Campaign vwr will be Ai:Puuiicanampai0np .pfrwiijDe issued under the above name, to com menct immediately after the Presiden tial Convention at Philadelphia, June 17, giving in the 1st number the full re port of that Convention, and to continue until it announces the final result of the Election in the Fall. ' 'The paper will be ediUnl under the control of a Republican Committee, who will be responsible for its tone and the course it will take. It will be printed at the Chronicle office, and Messrs Hap cood fc Adams will receive the subscrip tions. It is intended that the Soar? Shoot er," shall be a real Campaign pajxr, full of political news, argument, facts, fun and pepper, sending shots home to the Xebraskals, thick and fast. Its ar. tides will be mostly- short and pointed, -tlug fashion, and every number will tell. Let the Republic...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 June 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 95.] AN ACT 1'roviding for the appointment r oBcen of the Ohio renltentlanr.liTinFiiieircomtensauoii. prrw;ri..in5 th-ir duties, aud determining the manner of working convicts . 3,Mt -.... TT" UJL JL S?7L, !Z , t .fit, StMts . OAs. That fhall Ueappo mted by the Ooveroor. by and with ""f",' the Senate. Bre director, of the OhK I ci lit snt .ary two W who. only .ball residein he erty of Colnm.w ant vm. her of whom shall reside within rty m le. of the r.ty,rf Columbus, and one of who. shall hol.lluaoB.ee forth, ten. of tyeys.two br the term of ronr yrs and two for the term of six years, and until their sue- .1 50"lifi,,: ? ,"'r0 ,ha" be eligible t, the office of dirictorwhoi, . contractor, in the penitentiary, or who is Interested, either direct-, IT or indirectly, to any branch of bn-incs. earned on l!L":,Tt,''n:u nJ '1"a,'i vri'r. hrT""". during h.s term of omce.it .hall be rood for his removal; and upon information r...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 June 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 91] AN ACT Tj authorise Semi nut e of learning to chance tielr nunes and become Colleges Ftrnoi 1. Bo it emucted by the General jfssembfp mf the State of Okioy That seminaries of learning, in corporated by general law or special act, shall have power to change their uncs and become collepes.and after neb change, to confer npou their graduates the siscaJ deg reel granted hy college ; provide I that no such change as ia herein authorized shall alter in any respeet the privilege and responsibilities otherwise lmpOMd apon or eujoyed by such seminaries. Pncrioa 4. Bvery seiniuay availiug itself of the power herein given shall, in making snch change, enter t resolntion with (nil minutes of their action upon tlx regular record of the seminary, afuxiug thereto .u common seal; and before Ifae takinr eireetof soch res olution, U shall be accuratnly transcribed and with the accompanying minutes, and the common seal affixed He filed in the office of th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 June 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. uriti BLOCK. VOL. 40, NO 43. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 1, 1 8 5 6. WHOLE NO. 2071. Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. EARLY SUMMER IN THE COUNTRY. BY EMILY J. ADAMS. Once again a flood of sunlipht Bests nMn oar verdant bills; And a gush of mingling masie Come from fountains, (Troves ana rills. Maiic from the gliding streamlets. And from dancing waves we hear: Music from the whispering sephrys. Lightly falls anon the ear. And the insect's tuneful bumming As it Boats through field and wood. And the wild bird's voice of singing Haketh glad each solitude. And while all around is music Masie, sunshine, eveiy where. Beauty wafts each hill and Taller, Fragrance floats upon the air; Xvery balmj breete comes laden With its wealth of sweet perfume .Stolen from the daisied meadow, And the orchard's fragrant bloom. Flowers there are on every hillside. Flowers are bending by the brook. Tarn which way we may, a Tiolet Peeps from out each mo...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 June 1856

Kgisttm gcsttbc Cfcrciutlc. O. A. ADAMS, I Ci. N. HAPfiOOD, S EDITORS. WAHEES , WELJiLSDAY, JUKE 11. PROSPECTUS FOR CAMPAIGN PAPER. SHARP SHOOTER. t . - . A Republican Campaign pnpf r will be isiaed under the above name, to com immediately after the 1'residen ial Convention at Philadelphia, Junt 17, giving in the 1st number the full re port of that Convention, and to continue until it announces the final result of the Election in the Fall. The paper will be edited under the control of a Republican Committee, who rili be responsible for its tone and the course it will take. It will be printed at the Chronicle office, and Messrs Hap- coon k Adams will receive the subscrip tions. It is intended that the ' Suae? Shoot a, shall be a real Campaign paper. full of political news, argument, facts, fun and pepper, sending shots home to the ftebraskals, thick and fast. Its ar ticles will be mostly short and pointed, slug fashion, and every number will tell. Let the Republicans of Trumbull take...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 June 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 120.] AN ACT. la addition to the serenal acts f justice and th-ir powers and duties. rml. B it enacted ho the Oenrrml w$emblf mf fas State of 0', That the court of common ideas . ahall hare Jurisdiction to enjoin the Illegal assessment f taxes, and the collection of tax Illegally assessed; and of actHins to recovt r back the amou. t of such taxes a. savy hare been or shall herenfter be collected, ailh nt regard to the amoaut thereof. StXTtow 3-' Actfons to enjoin the literal ieiniit of taxes sha.ll he brought afrainst the county an it or, ad also against any suonicinal corporation for whose toss or bewnt the assessment may tt mad ; where such assessment may not go on to the county duplicate, the actio ahall be against the corporation male ins; the sir: actions to enjoin the collection of taxes shall be brought arainrt the officer havinc the collection there f; and actions to recover bark such Uxes alter the cl lectioBj of the same against t...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 June 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 115.] AN ACT. lo rejntate aud limit the compensation of certain county o&icera. Strnov I. Be it enacted bo the General Assembly f the Stat of Ohio, That the fees, costs, er cent atre- penalties and otiier pertUisites of whatever kind, wiitch by law the clerk of any court, pr.late judpe, heriff. either as such, or as social master commis sioner or receiver in any case, treasurer, recorder and auditor, in every county within this State, is or may hereafter be authorized to charge, receive and collect, for any services rendered by him or them, shall here after be received and collected by the said officers re spectively, to and for the sole use of the county treas ury of their respective countie, as public moneys, lonfring to said counties and not otherwise, ami shall he accounted for and paid over as such, iu the manner hereinafter provided. 8ttio S. Thai it is hereby made the duty of the everal officers named in the fir-rt section of thi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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