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VOLUME XIII. NO. 25
ASHTABtfA, p., SATUKMY MORNING,' -JULY 4, 1863:::';,
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TERUI OF VCttlPTIOir.
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ADVEKTIsTsa.
OuiqilTIIMIMt 10
Ooqoerthreweek 1 00
On. eqaare three man S M
Om qur .li eioe. , 4 00
Oh iqunonijiw.
Two qoarei three mo. t I
tw mnini fix no, t Of
two - one year I 00
hnriqnirnni. fnr 1100
half column n year St 00
Baala Cards of Bet OTerel Un-i,
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TwWHB.rViMf thUriulottor Bk ).
. ObttvvT NotUw of nor lha It llneej ela ftBr
BterMV UI IbmtM aitb BtM)lM) M tboto.
JOB FRIHTIKG.
Of.T.ry 4alptloa aHeaded to oa call, la the aaoet tat fa
manner. . . ( t
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
it
Pfcyileta.ni.
Dm W.'M. feAMES1, Phy(efBn' and Snrjrfon
Set Barren flirt Re. O. V.) OIHe d !nilliin Tnk
traM, onxmlu Otr( BaU't Piano and M.kxlwa Df rt
fnhtabnU, Ohio. ' ' 1
0 P.VM'DOMALDV Pfiygicmii ''-'aiiel 806011
lea4 sppiMlta Joha Usnatald't Clthlr 8tM, Mala
itwAi.hi!tiula,0.) ., - y. i t ;ii :!?
PiWvFOSTKB,' Eclectic Physician and Sim
foa, Omxm, Ohio. ' .
DR. M. KING8LEY. Hoirtaspaflirst, Klnjra.
ttl-' ""'"If 4 tWi upHM., ha fUi
f i4nMMiUfntan4 to KlTVMitlrfactioa to all who (nmr f.Tr
'him with awH. MlkrmeM HnmMpalhle mHleal Fafulty
Clmtand: r. nm . NoW, Biil. K. Y.J O. g. Sobto,
... Yu. V v j II. B- Dal, road da Lao. Wia. M7
WILDTSS 4 FITCH. Attorneys at LawFisk't
i HOKACK WII.DKH,
EDWARD H. FlTCHf
. Jaaaarr 1, 1M
SnKRMAN tc FARMER, Attorncya and
OoaaMllor at Aahtabala, AhaUMia wnnii, unio,
Jony H. Ttnwrw.,
T. H. COOK," Attorney and Counsellor at tw
and Joailo of tha Paaea, Mala Street, arm Morriaoa'a
BlT, AahtahaTay O. ;-! -v
THEODORE HALL. Attorney at Law; Office
with Hwwy fatt, Maia 8t AnhUbnta, Ohio. .. 070
CHARLES BOOTH, Attorney and Conn-
aallot at Vk9. Aahtahwla. Oh;lo. - t ; -i - ! 410
W. CHAPMAN, Attorney, at Law
(1lmtleofUiaraaM,ComvllonarorDda M Hlehlgan
. ud Iowa. Otlo thr.a door out of Uia Tramont lloua-
. BMaaaw;o .: .. ,. ., '
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ASHTABULA . HOUSE R, Warmington
rropfltor- OnibibutM run iwguUrlj from this bouite to'
' " and fron cvarj train, od hue of tUrwi isves lU door
. for JeOsnKMi tvad Uar ittriur poioU. -. t ( 06?
fi'iSK HOUSE Aslitabula,. O-li. F Cul
vwaa, Proprietor. . Ad Onmibaa ruDnlnj to and from oretT
itraiavof eara. . Aiao, a good tlverjr-alabl kept ta oonoaetion
wlUithlahouaa.toauofajiiiamangBrttoanypoiat. . 888
AMERICAN , ilOUSE John Thompson
Jqffwraoti. Ohio. ,
THE AMERICAN UOUriK, at. the Depot
. haa juat heea nut la order, and being eoiKenirnlly an
-aleaaaatljr altueted, with good aoeoimnodatiooa for man aod
beaut, ia a good atopping place lor traveler, or tkoae fron
the Interior baring team, to be eared for while durltifr a
.temporary abaenee bj the Railroad, B. alOYVKY, 1'roprle
loa. Aahtabala, July, lbCO. . '
'Dterckante.
HASKELL A EON, Ucalert In Dry- Gooda
flroearlea, ProrlaUma,' and Beady Hade Clothiog. .Aim,
' Uaalera ia all kiuda or White Wood, Aah, Oxk. tickor
Lumber, end Flour Barrel lloopa, Mala ett.et, Ashtabula., ,.
.J. W.aA8JU . bla , 0 W Ham m,.. .
STEPHEN -HALL Dealer .in Dry Goods
Omeeriea. Hata and Cana. Iata and Shoe iodlniri, and gea
ViSU Meiehndiae, 1 dofe Koelh of the Uaiik. Hi
A. HEJJPRYi-tlenh!r in- DrgN Medicines,,
Ch.mlftmla, Ptnt,TMh;-VTnlliai, Braahei, PyeSttiff., to.
Choice Faoulj0roceriee,iaeluding. Teaa, CoOee, Ha. - Pit
tent Medidnea. Pure Winea and Liquor for Medicine. parr
poeee. Pnyeielaa' prcaeriptioua carefully aad promptly at
tended to. ... . old
fYLER & COLLINS, Dealers in Hry.Uoofl
Oroearlea, Crockery, Boot aad Shoea. HaU,Canc,c.
two door North of Flak Ilonae, Aahtahula, O. dl
II. L. MORRISON. Dealer-i irtDry-GoodB
UroCrtar, -Boot and Shoe, Hata and Cap, Hardwar
Crockery, Hooka, ramia, una, cc, Aauiasuia, u. . x
GEORGE WILLARD-Dealerin Dry Goods
Orooeri, Hal, Cap, Boot ana Bnoea, croeaery, waar
ware, aianufiteturer of ready-mada Clothing. Alao, whole,
at aad retail dealerln Hardware, tiaddlery.Naila, Iron Steel,
' Drag and Madieiaea, Paint, ' Oil, Dreetone, tit. Main
atrwt. Aahtabala. -.
WELLS & FAULKNER, Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in Weatern Beaenre Butter and ChMae,
Dried Fruit and Flour, AahUbatila, Ohio. Order reapect
' fully aolieitad.and ailed at theLoweateaabeoet. 470
J. G. WRIGHT, Deales in Millinery Goods
WortedCollaiandSlMTe,and Fanoy Gooda. Keztdonr
totne Flak Houae.- - 470
VVatcbei, J.wclry, ete.
O.W.DICKINSON, Jeweler. Repairing of
all klnda of W aloha. Clock, and J.welry. fchop, oppaita
lu JTlak Houae, AahUbu la, O.
"W. PUKfHES,' Dealer In ClocUsi Watches
T.walrv and 81rer apoona. tinoea, n iwiim J
wffl ISlUSO. Four door, north of th. Poat-
.fc0iO';'Jl!iCWaWsT... ii'J -
HANSFIELD k BRUCE, Wholesale a retail
alrin Ready Mad Clothing, FurnuuJnf Good, Hata,
Cape, . Aahtabala. '
Hi."-WOLFF A CO. Dealer In Ready-made
Clothing aad Oeut'a Furauulng Good. Athtabola, 0. ,M4
JiiTfT. ' ; .'i HI .- " ' '.'TTT? ' I
le.'.: ;' il--JaarfBietaire)wa''i r. -till ':
Ct RUS AVERY, Manufacturer of Tin, Sheet
Iron, aad Copper Ware, and- dealer ta fttorea.' Alao, Atvat
far VVhiluey'e celebrated Clothea Wringer. At the Old Da
aaar, eaat MeMnia atreet, three door aoutb of theBauk,
Aahtabala, Obid. , ' - ' ' " ; y "
GEOUGE-WILLARD, Manufacturer or Sash;
Blinda aad Door, OB hand and made to order, Alan, Plan
tng, Meteblng, ete, don to order In th beat Doaaible man
r, asntauui, w, .
BANSOM ' 6s COBB," Manufactorers 'and
Dealer la Planed . Lumber, winaow uaen, uiinaa, )oor
Moulding, Fence I'lckew, ratKiiig noxea, are., etc ao-
a-
y and Lumber ard, comet Voluubu and uiuU Mta.
Clerelaad, Ohio.
GEORGE CI HUBBARD, Dealer in Hard-
ware. Iran. Steel aad Ralla. Rtore. Tin PUta, Hheet Iroa.
Copper and Sloe, aad manufacturer of Tin.tiheet Iron aad
Copper Ware, Flak' Block, AahUbula, Ohio. ; ; - - 470
J. --M'QUIBEr. Manufacturer of Via, Copper
av4 8het lroa Ware, btrlct altentlati pal to mekifrg.aett
tg aw aad reaaairtag atoeea, Stora-PIpe, Pump and Lead
Pipe, kee-Traugha, Conductora, etc Old Iroa, Bag, Copper,
leti, ett, ate- taken In Exchange. Alao Sole Agent for
S awi douU a( tha Ftok Hoaw AahUbpla, O.
41
Q. C. CULLEY, Manufacturer of Lath, Siding
Oaeeee 'i , 'aaa,' Piaaiog.. and Mateatiag and 8eraw?
Bawlaxlone oa the ehorteet aetioa. Shop south aid mi th
taXliCu;-rta0bi" . 40
B. ) CROB1 Y. ron Fonouer, and manu-
ttnrera Daal.r ia .! Pl .Ooat' - Ca.tr
TrAm. Moetd.al.tieoiJuj,drjWor
AhaWbala.Ohla.
ear WMirhUm'wtrN ."of Bdle
' nar aad Harneaa Leather, . anu. '".fT"0'
v,. aad LlBlng bkloe. ' Caah paid r BWe. aad Bklua.
BIT, MS F. V C"a.
W. . i , - -
ggnnaJ v.T ALL, Dealer In Piano Fotea, and
UoUln -.Btoola, Coera, Inatraetioa Boea.ote.
Melodeoa, PtaaK Aebtabol. BeeadeerttaeaBeat. 41
Depot o Park atreey, , , T . . .. .
Wltaf ,
DUCROA.BROTUERS,
, W . Faralbar. of .b. ' "Ur.To7c";
riety. Am general UaderUWra aa ,u B
aakerdr, alUtS orU 4 B-" ' , ,AsiTi
wiawqiea . .. m ,1
j: a a A aurii - . 4,
nbetfKwr, eteaaa eetabliahcient. North Maia trah Bear
oBMe.1 Dr. ' Saertaftoa. Aah taaulaOt L
ir i Tm-i f).imSi-"-i;i , v ;
a.lvoa'w Btaala .
H. P- CUIyi;B. ha removed to b JTislj
Haaae. Btahlea. Bara aa wieta in th, ejtteaaaef Aablar
" .hla'0 tha aHip4 Ltawy ajtaaeeitB AeB
abuU 0V.BtwlttiiUur
- . ..A..a.. Cmil and aa. ifor I.IMU. . : ; .
4 W " '
MJ O. DICK, Bookseller, Sutioner and New
Dealer. Alao, Dealer In Sheee-Mewte, Tor, and General
; vartety,flooda,ltaiaaUeet.A.beaar,Obt., - er
Hlaollai.
O. ITj FITCIL'iLini Ffre Vt Marine fn.niv
anee, and Real Batata Agency,
Flak Bloek. Aahbhula.
eor ary, miwo j.
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J. HWOODMAN, Licensed Anctiooeer,
Aahtabala, unto.
Rami re Meaar Well k FanHiner, Henry Ftiaetl, Col
Ictor.and A.F.Hubban, Em., Cafhler. f cVi ,
A 811 TtANK. 100.000 feet White
Aah Plank, horn t to 4 inche thlrk, Ihr which ak
will be paid by HEKllICK c BKO.
1
TIME TABLE OF THE
CLEVELAND & ERIE RAIL ROAD
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PalneoTille
Madlaen,
Unh-minlle,
.Oeaera,
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Aahtawla
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fmiaid not toaatatkHona where taetlaM omitted
tth abara table. 1 J ' r- i
. All throaeh Trala aolna Waatward.aonnect at Cleeeland.
with Train, for IWade, CAieagra, C'rJaaaeaai Ctaaul nr
eSaaepefM, 4;. . ,u. r.
And allthroaghTnrlna rolnrRatwwd,ennnc at Dunkirk
witbtheTralnaefN.Y.a: K. R.R.,aadt Buoblo.wlththna
of N. Y. Central, and Buffalo N. Y. City Balliiada, for
Aa For, ., Raitmm, HUgmra Fmllt, ., a.
Dar Einreaa Eaat and WeaL eonnreta at Uirard with Train
on the Erie h Plltakargh ttoad for I.lnenllle, Meadrille,
ameaiown, ew 1 a. , j. n Ml IUJIUI1AH, oup t.
CLMTBIiAIIB, April IS. WO. .., , . . , , , H . .
-aUitbr,i.uts
' To" Discharged Soldiers, i
Wonnded . or Disabled In the Borrlce.
rOU are entitled by s late Aet of Con.
X greaa Marrh 3d, 1WS to tli Boanty provided by
Act of Congreaof July 22, Ittal . Dare ynur Claim forwarded
at once, in order to get early return.1 The nnderKigaed, au
thorized Prruil.in Agent, wlll'tranaact ynur buBln.M at the
Depau-enla without charge, nirteaa the claim are allotted.
Whrn allowed end prnceede rreelred, $6 No need of your
going to Clerekind for agentawlantyou eaa have your butl
no dene a well, and at lent xpenv, nearer honfe.
, , . STEPHEN IIAI.I
Aahlabulai March 19, 18CJ. 1 .' . '. 61 ..
HOW TO LIVE.
BY H. BONAR.
. lie IWcth long who livetb well 1
All other hie is short and vaiu j
He liveth longest who can tell
Of livkijj most for heavenly fain, ' '
' He liveth iong who livetb well I
', All else is being flung away ;'', ,'A
lla -livetli loDRert wba can tall .
Of true thiogs duly done each day.
AVMte not thy being back: to liim 1 1
Who freely gave 11, freoly give ;
Else is that being but a dream ;
"l'is but to be, and not to live.
Be what thoti seemest 1 live thy creed
. Hold up to earth thy torch divine
' Be whdt ibou prayest to be nlade ;
i;: :
Let the Masters steps be mme.
. A A A ' I .-I ;i A .
Fill np each bent with what will last ;
a Buy top the toohhvnts a they go -4 , j 1 1 ,
The life above, when this ia past,
. '1 .Is the ripo fruit of life below. -k ;
Sow troth.' if thon the trulh!wonldst reap j
Who sows the fuUe shall reap the vain ;
Erect And souiid Its conscience. MeP i I'
From hollow words and deeds refrain.
i : .-, ..... . .
I' Sow love, and taste its fruitage pare j,"' ;' ;
Love peace, and reap its barvetits bright ;
Sow sunbeams on the rock and moor,
And fiud a harvest borne of light
From the New York Independent.
The Destiny of Missouri.
BY HORACE GREELEY.
Mis8ocri, the contra! State of oar TJuion,
has probably deeper f take io Us preserva.
tion than any other. Exceeding in area
any but three or four of the very newest
States, she U not surpassed iu arable soil
and productive capacity by any of Ibem
not eteit by California, wbieb is thrice her
size, but mainly filled with steep mountains
end arid plains that are H nearly duserty.
Bunded on the east by the. noblest river ou
any continent, traversed from east 'to west
by the largest affluent of that river, which
is really the principal stream, enriched by
inexhaustible: deposit of the most useful
and valued minerals;' ber surpassed nat
ural alternation of prairie and woodland io
the most convenient and beneficent propor.
lion and contiguity- bee, wealth of minor
bat etill considerable rivcru, aud the loca
tion of her commercial capital at the junc
tion ot the two giant water courses afore
said, by ( Mr. -Calhoun not luapily termed
'inland sees,' combine with bcr central posi
tion and medium climate to render her loca
tion qnrqualiea.' She is alnady cohuected
by railroads with alt our great inland; and
maritime cities, is traversed throughout by
five or six others,, more or less advanced
toward complotoo, and will soon bo inti
mately wedded oa the west to that great
Pacific Hood which will faring ' SC Louig
aud San Francisco within our day's travel
of each other, enriching either with a traffic.
ji the rrecioui Metal on the one hand,
and in every variety of food, fabric, utensil,
pr machinery on the other, and exteut of
which utterly defies a'utlelpation,'; ;.,", , I ,
i . Missouri, the twenty-fourth in aire of our
States, is already the eighth la pupulatioa,'
ana would doubtless have been the firth if
not the fourth at the next census but for
the waste and dispersion caused by the ex
isting rebellion. lie- rapid adraace to the
rank of third if not secoud among our
Slates In every cIcmeBt of greatness, onld
have been prevented by no power outside
of her.own "borders. r;: :y ;
; But unhappily she was cursed before her
birth by the blight of Slavery, luflided ou
ber unconsciousness by foreign ignorance
aud greed. She never deliberatly walked
lu!0 the snare ;aqd awoke nd found her
aelf already eutangled in its treacherous
nitfehes, and bad 1,0 1 then tbe wisdom, and
virtue to break tbroneb tbem. - When she
became a portion tf ous Federal, territory,
she wad already slaveholdinfr; sho naturally J
attracted emigrants irom Virginia, a.eu
tucky; and wther slaveholdiag States and
wbeo .ibe. cme Jlo .esk edmlsjloa- is as
equal member .fou Union, he eame as
au embryo Slav State.' The'' struggle
which thereupon ras couvolsed tbe wliole
cou'.itr aodssriuBtly tbr)eas4itldisrup
tioo, t Wii0 M-m fiu,Uj clp4 by a com
promise wiJeitrfiA Jef i br SWA devices,
Ileury Ciaf, . who bad exerted bis great
powers to tbe itggo-t U of ber admbj-
,
sion as she was,, turned Jo, ber delegate,
Mr. Scott, whose leading counselor and
champion he hod beCu throughout, and said
to him in conGdenctf, No to borne 1 and
prepare your State for. a system of Uredual
Emancipation; Had. that advice ;pref ail
ed, M'tbouri Would to day ; have been' tbe
fifth of our Slates iu population aud wealth,
in the full enjoy ment ot domestic peace aud
security, with a prospect unclouded aud
maguilicent. .' , ' ,'
Uufortonateiy, It was not taken, and the
coostqueoMs are now tncuriifully apparent.
Of her 34,loa Inhabitants ia 184.0,58,210,
or less thuu one seventh, were slaves '4 of
her 002,044 iubabilauis in 1 850,87, 2i, or
supre than oue tigbt werai sla-ves j and of
hei 1,, 182,0 ia iubabilauis in 1800, 114,931,
pr cousidci ably less tliaa one tenth, were
sIaves,"showiiig a con.staut increase iu 4he
number of ber slaves., but a stead r decrease
id the proportion they bore to the number
or bcr tree people.- ; " '
How should a stole so clasped to the
Uuiou by every tie of origin,1 iniers't, -"a flec
tion gVaitinde, hope, nspiratiou, be 'drawn
itito rebellioiif The cntreoot of tho'trude
the immenao valley, of cr, ' great rier
.im tih luctticuiauie resources , as, yet un.
tlvVtlopedt, ilwi uaiural, supplier of the. in-
ot the lUmky Jdouataiuv min
eral region, bow could she caoOte to be cut
oil from bet natural highway to the ocean
ou the souUii'or fi'jm thofc teadicr incntis
Of luVWtHiuYgd' wUB V'tbe X)a World lwhiCh'
iiuuiau euefgy 'ntjd euierpriie had .' creuted
ou the' eusi' t, Wbat madness could impel
her to pluugo iuto au abyss front wbwh
tboi e could be uo. possible Uue that - was
Uol disastrous ?t r; .,. r.i.i't -. '''' ;
ji Tbe. ouly answer to this question was
given, at iiie outset of the struggle, by her
tueu uovernor, U. 1'. jacssou, wno bus
since died iu exile, the, victim' or bis own
rtttbO11. In urging .. the. egbloture, and
people of Mickouri to JOIIow. Imu . uto the
Olauk gulf. os rebellion, be user!, theso' poiw
telltOUa WOiU:!, nr, l a , .,; 1,1; . ...
"TA lirltoi of tilt llMikaidiar Slnta u la aa Iki aa
So liHg um a aiofe toUimUev It aunalaaa i(arr ati' tmr
Urnutm, u u imwMSibtm t upwalt herfmtt I runt tfiiU id' far f
Ur Alula vku hull (Ac ,a.n fecial vrgumiatuim.
Such was the iuexorablo logic wherebv
imperious SouihCaroliua dragged ber slave-
holdiug sisters after ber into rebellion aud
civil war. . If you are not at heart Aboliti
onists, prove it by strikiug a manly Glow
for Slvery. Do not stand by aud see us
crushed because of our bolder, devotion to
our common interest. It is scarcely uossi-
bio for those knit together , by a fraternity
iu conscious crime to resist this appeal.- ' ! '
Missouri as a State rcfusod.to follow
her Uovernor iuto rebellion, but her slave
holders und their sateilities as a chs, ftith
a lurge proportion of her social magnates
and her active Democratic politicians, made
tne plunge, ibe rvsulis already , realized
have beuu tragic beyond modern, example.
lie proximity cf . lUiooia, Iowa, aud Kan
sas,. 1 lie vast excess of their populatiou over
ibutiof. the ouly contiiruou slnvcboidinsr
IState, Arkansas, reudered the sfriiggle 1 on
uer sou uueqiiui, ana scon ' conipellea Its
eVdeuatioO toy the 'regular: armies of the'
Kcbcli ou.' Biit the warfare, thus divested
of its' po'iiip and dignity, has but ' increased
iu ferocity and malignity, Counties, town
bbips, neighborhoods, divided against them
selves uutl mutually inflamed by the ' most
fiendish hatreds, have' suffered from guer
rilla raids aud iniduight forays visitations
from which the most -stcul hearted soldier
would recoil with horror, :),Sir" said .'a
Missouri Unionists lately to a cbudering
lricud, ,"I had five brothers-iu law wheu
this infernal rebellion broke out 1 I have
smce killed three of them ; and my life will
not be worm a uontb's purchase "till I
shall have killed both the survivors." Such
horror? fiud no paraded this side of the re
ligious wars of tbe XVI and XVII ceutu-
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icr-e ,. ,i ...... - .- y, r ,,
Missoyri, at the outset of this contest,
was a Union but at the same time a Pro.
Slavery State. ; S eru 7 experience 1 bas
taught a large majority of ber people tbat
the two attachments have ceased to be com'
petible, and they have been gradully forced
to the conviction that they must get rid
ot Slavery 10 save not merely the Uaioa
but their own lives.. .There is no senti
ment,, 00 philanthropy, at . tbe bottom of
tbu conviciioa ia the miuds of Aba greater
uumber, bul a sharpened instinct of self pre
servation. , Let Slavery but once regaip
its old' ascendancy' in Missouri,' and her
active Uuiouists must prepare for a"satur
oalia of plunder, arsou, and massacre.
Feqliug jfbis, tbey aro eager (o act accord
ingly. :. ..
, Bat here steps in th.eir.pld CoaveaUou,
chosen in 1361, snd representing faithfully
tbe sentiment which elected it. ; It major
ity is for the Union ; and it bas been forc
ed reluctantly to perceive tbat tbe Union
aud Slavery have parted company. Here
upon they propose, aud seem likely . to . en
act, that Slavery in Missouri shall torn I
aa tnci in 187 Q J ;Uuless tbey can be made
tq realize tbe peril as well as the absurdity
of ibis expedient,,, it is morally certain to
beadopted. -! , ;.: -j -, - ,.
: Such an.prdiance invokes all tbe evil , of
Immediate Abolition, while se caring ; none
of its beutfits,. .It' intensifies,, if. that be
posjible, the alarm and range of Ibe slave-,
holdiug caste, while it in no degree divests
it of powor,,. , Free the slaves ai once, and
tbey. become I forthwith, ao element j of
strength to iho Union cause and a formid
able barrier to reaction : leave tbem for
thirteen years longer ia bondage-, and yea
stimulate their masters to tha most fraatio
efforts to subvert your ordinance, or bury
it under the ruins of the Union. Immedi
ate Emancipation would every way streag
theu tbe Uuion causa :this ordinance 'will
be a formidable incitement and support to
tbe Rebellion. ' 1 ' ' "; v -
Ataa for tbe evil day wherein sueh bliud
timidity, such lamentable fatuity, is mis
named Conservatism I t- ;' ' ',ni
..j . . j 1 .1 11 . . ; . 1.. :
i The Toronto Leader sayr it bas author,
ity for stating that the 'Atlantio Telegraph
will b Commenced at once. Over $1,500,
000 the amount required has been sub
scribed lu England; and, America.' ' :,' -'
' tIJl iJ y - ' 1 .'A I 1.
Tbe latestcoouuts fron) Vieksburg are
tbat Ibiug Is golug'ori fatprftb!,' ; 1
Ia'.'JJooton.'some days since, a child : ten
njoptbi old,' ded from the ' effects of inhal
ing 11 etmosphero of ' rooia newly paint
ed. . 4 ' ' ." l; "" "" ' 1
"-.f it,; :y 'uimt'-i u;..
The New Ohio Militia Law.
The following is a iyuopttaof the Militia Law
oftliii State, passed at the last session of the
Legislature. AS the law is dvarlgnod to be ear.
ried into iinmediate e'Jeet, we call IVe' alteniioo
of the pblic to its provisions. , ,
Section, first pipvi,des or" tbe .enrollment
of all white male' citizens between tbe ages
of 18 and 45. ' '''' -.' f
The Second sectibh'fJIrpois the Ansossor
to prepare two roiU of all persons enrolled,
aud place one io 111 lite Clei k's offioo of their
respective townships, 'aud the btherMn: the
Auditor's .office of the priDpeY county. And
il Is tho duty of IhC. Auditor annattrJif
or berore tbefirsT, of June tdlreiurn true
copy of such enrollment to tne'Adjutaat,
Goner'ol, who will report to 4be Wa.-;Dt.
partmeut on the 1 of ' January If any
person of a boot iuforunuioq ia requkad by
ii assessor m oraer 10 enable bira to com
ply with the provwione ot this act, shall ro
I'ttsd to give such information. or"g'hall triva
raise inlormatioir", he-' ibe,1 dr they ilball lor
fcit aud pay not mure than ', ten Jnor ' has
than three dollars, for , each J offcUse.'. tU
money to g6,lo. t'ba .wili'taty. fuudof isaid
1 . 0 tom,nftnudut.,.or . eacti 1 company
within the bojudi of whose 'cbmdanv 'jbI1V
T.... ' S a a - a . .
persou liable to1 perform urtlitary- duty 11 may
eomo 10 reside; within ten days after ' be
shall be informed of such jfesldeuco'jts. e
QTiired to curoll such persou ; also, a'n'per,'
sous Who may frod) liirue to time arrive at
tueogo of eigbteeu, r ,(. i'.-...
Seciiou three orovult-s that tho TWn.
ship Clerk shall wilbin ten days afier 're
ceiving said list of enrollment, give Written
uotictf thereof by posting the sume'l.wltbiu
live' public daces within iniit tiwnsliir, 1
which notice shall also state that tha Tiu!
ship Trustees wilt hear aad determine clams
ior excuipiiou irom .military duty. 1 within
tweuty days next ,cusuing., ,f Each ..person 1
claiming exemption, shall, before be is ex
uused Irom said military duty,' produce : to
tho Trustees of the Township the, certifi
cate of a surgeon ' of :'acknowledin!d 'skill.
stating clearly tbat such porsc-a is' physi
cally uuaDie- to perform military duty,,.aud
sucn oiuur eviaeoce in tlie case as tbe
Trustees moy require.- , Siid evrdenca ta be
produced wubiu tweuiy days after, the post i
iuH up ui ouiu mi ten uoiice. aou on satis
factory evidence of disability, the Trustees
shall give certifio'tte of exuinptibu, which
shall be valid so long as the disability shall
continue, and no louger. Aftc orgaoiz
tioo, the commaiandauls ate to 'bear and
uetcrmine clutras for -exemp Ion
Section five., requires Trustee . to form
company disiricts, and fix npou a phce for!
me vieyuoo to oo iieia oa me first Sa,tiir. '
of July next., (4th,) tbe poll book: to be
relumed forthwith., io -the.: Shoriff of tbe
county.,.-! iu-.! :.!. I -!:- i!h
Section eiabt makes U tha dutv.' J ik
Sheriff, ou or , before jhei lOiu. of July uexij'
to orgamze the several, companies - within
his county, into regiments iof not less 1 ibaii
cigia nor more, than,' ten. Bompanies each,
uud. to .(report ;to. the ! Adjutant-Qeneral,
It. is also tbe dnty.:Qt the Sheriff to .order
elcciions for field. nfficers. : u'.r J.ca ,n.r.ij;
( Section eighteen allows eaoi company or
battery to adopt its own constitution -and
by-laws, which sliaU:be biudiugion alls the
'memberi.:u,;.o ;y.,.i i ,;'.-. '..
SkcUou nineteen requires commandants
ot voluiftoers to niake retuius to thefAdja-
lant yeueral, on, or.bcfore tbe first day of
X i- .
uTemuer a eacnyeaj. ; ; y.ur.n.it ,
Section tweoty-oue fixes the term of five
years for every commissioned aud noncom
missioned officer and soldier of any volun
teer company or . battery, to be held to
MJ- ... i : ;.. ;f- ....,;,rr
. lection twenty-eight providjs for a mus
tor of tbe ruiliiia of the dtote by contpanies
witbiu tbeir respective bounds, ou tha lnt
Saturday of September ia,eacb;yefn ; ' and
each volunteer qompauy and battery . shall,
besides such muster, iave two or more
additional musters each year ; and aUo in
each year ono squadron, battalion or regi
mental master ou the next Tuesday, .follow
iu the last Saturday in September; ; Thai
at all musterf, the. pQicefs ; and privqbes
shall appear, on tbeir respective muster
grounds on tbe day appointed, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., ana eacn oonentce, noncom aisflou-
ed officer or private shall pay the, sum of
one dollar and fifty cents,, aud each com
missioned officer, for such refusal or neglect .
shall pay tbe sum of not less than three
dollars, nor more than five, to be' Collected
as other debts. , Auy member of tbe enroll
ed militia, excepting voluuteers and com
missioned officers, may commute for all' Sues
for non-attendauce at muster, io which he
may be soubjected fa the: course , of the
year, by poyiug ino tbe county, treasury,
to tbe creditor tne military luucl, on or be
fore the 10lh of September the stita Of t no
dollars. ; '. .; ; ..... : , , ,.
Eacb olunteer company, prgouized. uni
formed and equipped under, the provisions
of this act,, shall be eutilled 'to receive
annually tbe sum of two hundred 'dollars
as a campaoy iuua, ior toe, care or arm',
rent of armories, aud other incidental; ex
penses of said company, siid sum Io bt
paid out of ibe miliary, fund of districts
where the company is located. . Noi muster
of parade of the militia shall be field ou' tlie
day during which a geuurat or special eleq
lion shall be held, nor; witbiu five" d"4y
previous to such election except in cases of
riot, Invasion or Insurrection, pr tmmiueut
danger thereof.' ' ; '", ' .V ' . ,
Commissioned and non-commissioned offi
cers, and eacn and every , momoer or, any
compauy, to receive one dollar per day, or
one dollar per night, or two dollars for
each day and night together,, w.ieu serving
under tbe order of a Sheriff of the county,
or tbe order of the Mayor, to suppress riots,
mob", or to enforce civil law,,. 16 te paid
ont of the Couuty Treasury oq "the order
of the said SberifTor Mayor.'' .The enrolled
militia, or any portion of tbe u ' shall ' be
liable to be called into active; seri'c''',ly
order of tbe Governor, lu case of lnfatioh,
or to prevent invasion, riot or insurecliob,;
and any person liable to perform military
duty, neglecting or refusing , to tnarc1tu4
ordered by tbe proper couiinandinff ofllcer)
shall be deemed and treated ai s 'desert-
Tbe militia, while in active service, t
to
be governed by, tbf military laws , of the
State, and tbe roles and regulaUoui 'of wr
of tbe United States.' , Tor active' service,
tbe militia to recelve'tbe , same, compeasa
t(oa' as Tolanteen'li. the Uaitii Butes
'
Testimony of Alexander H. Stephens.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
Tbo enclosed extract is from; a-speb V
Alexmd?r U . Stephens, io the Cooveotlon (bat
took Georgia oat of the Uaioa, January 1861.'
It. silences all Democratic allies of kiduappeta
add traitors In' the ' North.' The (treat aryn-
ment ased by them 4 la New York, Perinsylva
nla, Indiana aud Illinois is,' that tU North 'hid
Invaded the- rights of the Sohtn.' Stepbeira
brands them all as liars.- He cbariei thtf 'clvn
war, with all its horfors solely orl rhe'Sointf .
lie leaves . the traitors not a sbada-w of aO'ex-
Com.' I He declared oa ' the Boor of tbe Coo-
vention, called to vote Georgia ont of the
Uoion, and plunge it4ota ibe impassable aud
bottomless gulf secession, anarchy aid rain
'That this stepouce taken, could oeyef
bo recalled: and all ibe baleful and with?
ering consequence ' that ttiaJj follow, (as
they would f es,) will rest'oti th Convention
(ot oil coming time. When, we ani our
posterity, shall ,see fmr lorely South desoi
hwted by tho demon ot war whicljiisiaek
of yours will luevitabry invito and cull forth,
when our tgreen tfi'elds 'of waving harveks
shall1 be trodden dow n by tbe morderoa
sordfery and fiery car .of. war.sweeujng ovef
'.our land :, pur temples of juitioo lad jn
ashea ,jl!.tbe desobioiis of war , upon ns ;
;wlio' but tW Cbiiyou'.fon Wiil be respo'dsi
bie forit t ondtwh6 6uVhiui Vho sball hova
given his vole for Ibis nnwise and 'lll-tlrae'd
measure, (as I boueIy thinlpand believe.)
shall be' held to strict accij.arttufor thia sur-i
cidal. act, by ibe present .geiiqrAioit,.and
probably cursed and execrated by posterity!
for all coining time," for ihe wide and deVo '
laliug ruin that will Inevitably follow this
act yoll now propose to perpetrate f j
I'diiie, 1 entreat yau, and eousidur for a
moaieut what reasons yon car give thai
will even satisfy yourselvej In oilmer mo
mouts what reasons you can give to
your ftfilow-sufTerers in the calamity that it!
will bhng upon us r . tvoai reasons can
you give to the nations of the earib lO Jus.
tify it I Tbey will be the ealm and delibe
rate judges in the case I aud to woat canse
or one evert aot cart yon bams or point , On
which -to rest 'the : plea of .'justification J
What right bas the North assailed ? What
interest of the Sooth hat been invaded ?
What jnsticaba.i been denied,?: and what
claim founded in justico end' right bus-been
withheld ? Can either .of 'voir to day nam?
one governmental act of wrong,' deliberate
If'' -and Dnrooselv dona : by the
troTernment of. . . .WashiivjrpjtJ.ni-j of
w
which the South has a right- to complain ?
I e hal enrre tne answer I VYUiie. 'on
ibe
other band, -let. me show the fctsi-(aod
believe me, gentlemeu, I am not hera the
advot-wo of the ISorth ; hat l-arn here the
friend: tha! firm' "friend- aiid--lover iof "ibe
Smith and ber .institutional and fbru'thii
reason I speak thu plainly and faithfully
for ymtri,- miu wud c very -oi her man's ibi-
teresti-ihe worqs 0 .iruth-'iia soberocs,
ofwhiob I wish, you to . judgV aI I Will
jidly state facts which, are clear aed . P1de
piable,; and which . nfttfnataod as fucordi
authentic io the hiator-y ,pf, ttrcounJry;i; 0
li iVhon wo of the Soe lb detnauded-the
slave trade, or the importai.iun oj AfricauH
fiir.rtha'i tuliivation .of out land, -d?d otbey
not. yield! the right for twenty . years 2
When fi we asked a, three fifth reprcsenla
tiou in Cougress for our slave y Jwai ifc. not
grauted y? i When we asked aud dloraaufjed
the return ot liny fugittva from. jutici or
the recovery of.ilbose..pcrsons owing labor
or. allegiance,, was . 5t not. incorporated ia
t be-. Constitution, i iiX , aglU ! ratified. .and
strengthened In ibe giuiv. Slave Lvw of
1850 f
But do-you reply that iq muny instances
they have violated, this csrapici, and have
not beeik faithful io. ttjeir engagements ?
As individuals and locaj:comuiaities they
may have dole so ; bat not by ihe sanction
of gfvernoivbt;j for. that has. always, been
true, to Southern interests,-tAqtin, gen tla'
men, look at another fact : wheu we have
asked that more territory should be added,
tbat we .'might spread, tho ; inat'Hetion of
slavery, have they not yielded to our.d-:
mauds in givnig us LiuisiaHa,;Ilortda, and
Texas, out of which four StateStbtye been
carted, and :amplo territory .fqro our ipore
lot be added n duo time,, it yon, Ay,tbis an
wise aud impolitie act, duiot. destroy this
hop, aud, perhaps, by it lore all,, and have
your last islave wrenched from you by stern
milttary ruby as aouib America and Mexi
co were Ji or by tbe'tiudiciive decree ofa
universal emancipation, which any reason
ably be expected toTolIo?4,l,,',u
; But. arrain. Keutleraen, wbot have we to
gain by this prppq'sud. chaflgo of ' our 'rela
tiou, to the. general governmeut r, tye u.aye
always, baj, tbe copt'fol'pf "Ir,; ud can yet,
if we remjiu In it. .and are a3 baited as we
have beon, W '.have 'bad a majority of the
Presidculs cuosou from the South,, as, wed
as the co itrcl o"d ininagewo.it ot most of
those chosen 'frbti) the; North. We 'have
have had' aixi'j', years of Southern Presi
dents to their twentv four thus contrenjiig
. I ' -A:l -I a' - e ,-. '.f ik..
v -m. i ft"".." - -t ....'...'.!
juagespi ine oupremuouri, we jvtvs ii,
eiiruteeu iiom iun puuiu. uu uu ,civ;u
from tbe North, j ejlwiojteh oiarty our'-fift'bs'
'of the jadicial business Ms arisen id te
-. - . : T - . J .-V. n . .. L.
r tee piaies, yev a . majority ut tua vm t
has always been from, the ."S'jutb'.'l' .This we
have required sq as to guard, agajnst any
loterpretaiiou oi tuts vousi,uiiou umarvr-
able tp us. In likernauner we have been,
equally Watchful to g'liird our interests io
the legislative Jxraucn hi government lu
cboosiug the lpreidiiig.tt,reaid9iils (pro
ttm.) or the punster w have u,a tweuiy
four to'; their VoTeVen., Speikar of th
House, we have bad twenty tbrue, 'ami they
twelve. "While the majority or the1 Heure- j
seatativei, from tbeir greater popufaiion',
have always been from tneortn, yet we
have so'geperatly necuiCd. tbe'ppeaker.be
caose be Wa" great' extent, shapes and
controls tbe legislation of the , country
Nor.'bavi .we , bad less.1 cootfoj fo.'every
ptbor department of the' geepral govern
Rent, A.tt,orney Generals we ; bave, 'bad
pr'teen, blle thoj ortb .have' TjaiT Vot
fivef, u Port'lgrt .ministers ', we .'bare, fid
Oiguij-ciA,. uu H'oi us Ujl-ivu. . )l UIIO
ilree foortrii Of tbe burtiuess wich demands
dlplomstlo'ag"ents abroad Is dearly front
tbe Free States; fron) (heir greater com,
mereial Interests ' vet we hats bad', tbe
principal' embassies, so to secure" .be
world market for on? cotton, tobacco and
fogtaryoa the best pojb 'Mm$'. WtJ
ae btt4 a ast wJotHf ofHn WgSieV 'of--nca
of?boih army and navy, rrbil sorgor
V( in, aotmarajmd aailors ,wor
tr, rA'r.th" -i!, .a Eqi4lj. to , of
d
"Clefks
auavjomptrolltfrs, filling
, EXcubive ''fJep'rtnient"',the feirords
th
. r --uw
snow ror me last on ver that . tk.
three tboncand tbaaansployed, we have bad
more ihAn.twtbir&tor wlsile.e
havejint one third of the white pppulatioa
' Agairf; look- at itoW Xtf$ anrforie1. U
aesured.'Jn wWh webaWt t-rcst anJ vital
interest it is.lhAt ot revenur.l or means of
supporiittg government. , . FrpMa,,, offlcial
doeumeoTte, we learn that a fractipa, over
three-fodrths' of the 'reveuue'collected foe
the kuprort of government, has urtlformlj
been raised from the North; !i ai J7.
Paase uow wbllo,.yoa eon, goolldraeii
andrcoutemplate carefully,, andj tcandidly
tbes important Items ., L-jok at another
necessary branch oT government ; a'iidjearn
from stern statistical facts bow matters
stand in Uiat department. I mean the
mail and Pobk-Qflico privileges that we now
enjoy under the geuera . government as,,t
bas been (ot years past. The 'expense for
the transportation or; the mail in' the Frea
States v as, - by tle Report - of the 'Post-inasil-r
Gener.aJ.for the -year 486f,'i a lhvle
over; $18.000.000,. wbile . tbe ,4uooma was
$19,000,000. But io tlie Slae Jtatr-. the
transportation of the mail was"$f4,716,000
while tho reveuUe" ToT Tlie some was $3,-
001,02, ' leaving' & flHMt of $0,115,135,
to be supplied, by tbe North for orir aceoov
modutiou, . and without it. we must have
beoii entirely cut off 'from this' most 'psseo
lial branch of goverurdBhc.'-i -;r " '
Lieavmg out of view, for tbs present, the
countless tnillious of, (dollars you must ex
pend, a war with (,the ISorth with lens
of ' tliousaiids' of your sons aud' brothers
stain in battle, and ofiVed ud as sacrifices
npon the altar1 of your ambition, iiud for
what, we ask again I ,ils it fotvlbe ovor-
throw of the American government, estab
lisbed by our common ancestry, cemented
and built up 'by tbeir sweat and blood, uud
foniidetl od (he broad principles of - RishC
Justice, and Humanity? . Ami,'. as such I
ranstdeclare here, as i have, often dona be'i
fore, auf wbcb has been. repeated, by the
greatest and Wistsl of statesmen aud patri-,
ots iu 'this and other lands, that it' is the
boat and freest goveruraont the - most'
equal ia its rights '-he most just in its da-
Cisions tho.niot .lenicptt Iflj its .measures,
ahd the most inspiring Ta Its priuciples to
elevate the race of mon, that fbe sun'of
heaven evef Bbonb-npon'. " "''
iNdw, for you .to attempt to overthrow
such a government as this, nuder. which we
have lived for more than ihree-q'iartjer pf
a century irV whrch' we "have , gaiiieil ou?
wealth, our standini as a nation, oof do-
tnestie safety-while tbe elements -of fet
aro.around us ; with peace and. tranquility
accompanied with unbounded . prosperity
aud rights anassaile'd is .the ueifflit of
mauuess, lour BTirj wicseancs, to wdicu l
Can neither. lend my saneti0tl''ur my voe."
ARMY CORRESPONDENCE.
CORINTH, MISS, June 9th, 1863.
j JTOjTHB Telegraph: It wouldT require.
many(an ama'nuensfs' adeqnately ' to write
the history of our cemp'.' ' I 'sometimes fuel,
that though I am not,' nor do jf Intead to;
write" the history of this enterprise, yeL j
rlofeel that n my sphere and, measure iJ
am working out .its btstpry, aad helping to
mould the cbar'acter and to decide the des
tiny of tbe large body of people that arc
being here congregated., . I think, tbat.al;
ready be iord has given' me a large ijiu
enco brer tbem,' and ! hope to use that, in-
fluence for their largest progress jn eyery
thing that is good. , And I am confident
that soch labors will not be. jn.taia. i We
can, even now. see the fruits -of our labors.-)
And I think we have here opened belore ns
a Jield of labor. moret .importaitt than any
we. have ever, before occopied-v We are
hero laying, the-fooodaitiob of a 'christian
civilization that, sball.be as lasting as tbe
ages, j Perhaps U. should be said that ' this
field bas beeq greatly enlarged since I firs
caroe Itere; 'then ,wp bad only about 1,000
people iu Ibe camp, there were thrae times
tbat number in tbe district of Corinth) but
now we hare about a,00O in our camp io.
eluding- a regiment pf colored troops, that'
has been, organized and; filled .during the
last foor oc five weeks. And. already tbe
second regiment in commenced. Heooeniv
field of labor js a very large onrv.aud U Is
constantly Jnercasing,. Last Saturday "and
Sabbath we had ao accession of mora than
200 to our numbers,, abd such accessions'
are uot aufrequcot.;' At such tiroes it 4s
ioriposwiWa: to. maks' them all- comfortalilir.
But it is most cheering io. see Willi what
hopeloluess they subioii-to their trials,
buoyed op by ihe assurance that they' Shall
be free. .Tmieed- I tbiok there ti 'withinir
tblt would cheer, the friends of Tbe Treed7
mea mora than to. see tbe patience' with
which tbey meet . tha trial and bardsbipi
that are iucident to tbeir transition state.
Ouo week ago last Sabbath we organiz
ti a cburch .bare. . .Not a Conjrrejratioaal.
Presbyterian,! .Baptist,- or-1 MetJiddist, but
w'a ca'l jt tbe. Uuion. Christian CbaPcbVof
tforinth. There were Presb'yte.laos, Bap-
itsts, Mstbodwts, .aud'Jt kbow aot : boa
many other denominataOVs tbAt VOqittwl to
gether in covenants.vlta.-oo another and
with God. a Tha, waapa was ao Intefes'tnig
ooe. lSyar 100 .tbnj.eatered 4ato ooveoaul
aedsat down to "be cominuoioo f the
Lovd's Sapper,. It was Iba first commas-
idu season that . ksd . over .been enjoyed In
ouremP-
' j Tbui ur X .wok .there -ta wonderful
harmof y o( .feeling, .amoos; aba people;
Nearly all tbe leadiottiindajdeeldedly pr'-
ferrlog a Union, cborcbiA4Vjiaosufotleai
al ope. I have, been pleased to sea la csnv
di -anrl eemmoo sew. Tlfiw tbey. artils
poiedto tsief the whole iBhjec,d ):.
Our Sabbatb congregations gather wador
a ftpactoas arbOr and yon woildbe delTo-ht.
ed1 t 'eeJ'thl'great toaltltfdes'"'aMitinb
pm .J8,uww to . ,U0iJi. Uota
100 .to .(Jd orom", are," wbHesoldjera,
i0.,heretq wrghip.
t-I fifld tlje people kera to. be. my eoseepv
tible.to J,eligrov,rlrirslobiarid tome X.
think are oaruestly Inquiring after the wj
of sa!vajtigr:itxw
much more hopelal-eubjects Ior cLrisUM.".
effort tb'tth 'iter' tlepeople1 of Jkmacia: '
lleti tBe pe'of fe arermucbjfrier (rop uper
stiifoua irian tnere." aud they have mnob.
j uster views' of the ch'rls'tfan life., ,Tbera
you may ask "20" persons' as yon moot tbera
iflhey are 'cbrTstian's arid wilj answer la
the affirmativO, , Cut be're tliey have mnch
Juster views of he ehristiau life, and if theyv"
are not cbristians they are frank to confeee.'
it. ' In c6iic)ii'sion we can sav wa are couG
denl we have '"BeU of Tabor full ofbope
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A. C.
LIST OF PREMIUMS,
With
RULES AND ARRANGEMENTS.
of the
EIGHTH ANNUAL FAIR
of the
Ashtabula Farmers & Mechanics Association,
TO BE HELD AT ASHTABULA, ON
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, &
Sep 30th & Oct, 1st & 2nd.
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
(Preaidont Wav F-iloBBAttOi jtjs dico'i
Vice-Presideut U, WeoDX ax..
Secre'ary CO.' CWns. '.' " ,
; ( Treasurer II. Fassktk r' ft'
,. j .fB. UoTCHi.fso, ;na -.''
: vt I 'I AvfltaiAUis?-'- aioa tfl-.so'i
! ., .i 'l8 H0TOtJISO.t tL'iuo'i
Marshal Gso. O. Lovblano. , -
8op of Fair Grounds Wir: SViar'''
! ' -1 f i ' ' ' '" ' ee X 'A '.) a ? 1 : Ulia i0 "'
RULES.
I—MEMBERS AND VISITORS.
tha Treasurer, wUI be eonsiderrfd Mrtrrrr fhr
a&M . ran ucraoiis navino- una jjnnap ia
the year ensuing ; also, shall b tarnished' wTsAI
a family tiqket of admission to the Fair.i li.vi
' Rule 2 ickets admitUng tbe-bolder ooca
niyj will be sold, for a dime eaoh.d i.frll
ItuleZ. The law forbiddioir.tba sale .of inr
toxicating drinks,' arid the exhibition of shqwaer
swings, &ii, without lreedse.' io'tha Vlcinityt)r
the Fair Grounds, will ba etriotty ear,td.lil
II.—EXHIBITORS.
,'
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i?i-IAnrmembera In'tOTVuSl
aoinals ant articles .aa be "Or rrrayivsV''
Trains of oxen or horse, frara taarahina. miraf-I
pay entry, , ' ' -ilufe
2 All toanofactared 'Vrttnt-VmBei'T.-
exhibited by the manufacturer ; all atodr. ex
cept horses or pattle ia trains, most be-axhibiwd
by. the owner All farm and garden prodriotar
masf Ajo exhibited bt'the rrA;'' '
Rule 3.f-All. entries for- amrai!iL1 3'.It
be made and entered on the Secretary's BookU
on or before 12 Vclbck oo the first day ,of abti
1 ;airv Persons- living .t a distance mayV
they prefet make ibeir fwtrlaa. byetter to ths
-i.; 7dr. Z Z ? ne "'Jad-!-'uir
! Rule 4. AU artieles for xWbitfon mas? if1
brodgbtin aodarraogod by 10 e'eiock, 'A;.'M 'c;
the first day or the fair, as op entries ibe ebmlv
petition can be made after that.
Rule 5.-Ne article or animal ahai'De
titled to eompete io more than poe class exceo't'5'
the Sweepstake List, aad cattle Jwios,5xoeDlT
by'paytog separate entry. " , " , A
1 Rule 6 No aoimal orartiVltfeorerea' Tot
Exhibition must be.remo ved .till th6 eoeeof tba"1'
fair, unless by permission of, tbe uanaMc
and any prbmiua animat or article will, t re--,,
moved, forfeit tbe premium to which It tnay ba
WtUled. &b ... :iH hid V
Rule!. --Vent will be provided for ctU,T
sheep and swine, and hay and water free ror.alt
auioiaU ool,exbibiUoo; and tbe grduoda will b
Carefully watched nights, and all property sail-1
ably protected from injury, Fjea pasture wilt
hn'afnwLlrH. Ttm ull-NVal. L ti-r K, . '
distance, at coovenieot 'disUiroeefrom tbe rir
grounda, and in difiVrent localiUea, so as to a,
commodate all as tar as practicable.
' I?u 8 So pei son wilj be allowed to enters
Hie na at any liiuehrilcsa by frennissloo of the
Marahal. f; ri'.-ii --wj.Mt.Ui
Rule 0 No premiums shall b awarded oa-.
Farms' orTaTtn crops,' without a full, correct and ."
BaUefafctory Abatement. Io writina- tti tin rhrtH.h.1
odbiSecutary before tbe meutiog in Kovota-
we ,ui iirjiriiiiuiiig socn premiums.', . ,.,,
! Rule 10 Compotitors la l)air PraAanUl.
are . requested to jnaka a statement tii Hiim t.
tiliowititrlat, location or farm anal nn.lir. T
oil ; 2 J ,'k'uids of grass, 'bost adapted tor pasterf
"r vajj oo, uumoar o( acres asea fa
sustaining cpws tpeoifying pasta r aad meadow 1
4th, average yearly cosp of ieepiog cowstotlt,
the average product of each cow in butter- And
cheese; 6 '.be tbe proper tem erature of a room "
for curing cheese, auduaaflaot of a higher ar
tower temperature Upon. the qnajity.or th
cheese; 7lb a detailed description of tha prey t
eess of nsiilvfactnr. v a-..i u..kf
Rut 11Persons drwinB-. a aikw, a "
preoimm may take tbe same or iu ctt i-r
III.—RULES FOR COMMITTEE.
'l
y-
; J?ufe t 6oroUittee 1bt 'eaca 'day1 wf!J b
called kt lO'o'elaek a; sr. ' ' J edge' are rMasVA '
ed o repirt Aatoselvei promptly; at th tlnrtw
aa vacancies will then be fillea,' "4 " ' "J
r Rule iSo persoo will b 3 allowed to Inter-.
fare with tbe' Judge! during their ''examination. .
So premwn wilt be awarded where the ewsers
aanie-t'altaCB4 '' t S' " .
! Rule. 3 Xo promiaai shaH b awir'JiJ for"'
objpeua. out taeritaiiiMiat-i Wbea tatwTaaer '
coqipetjtioo, J adges may sward first, ar , aeoucd .
prejoiam ieeorainV to merit. a t, -.'
irtaZ 4 Corumittees will be eatlaaj to gir-,
ag cards their priru'' mu4 aarrespood cp-,
iMlwavtt a t1,at4AaHrTk a'ava a'l.u '"t'
I Rule ft Reports moat b Intsltbiibly and d;
tmctly marked or wrlCoa at In fall; aad tbe
time of all tho Judges tt ust t aHied, sod tbe)
reperi iot i eatajwd to Vh feicrbary ia
aooa at paactlcabl, aiW 'the at::..i a.w
ptade. f ... .f T. I.'-'- ; '
I Rttli I Ipiscrtionay prorji!a''s atay i.a t- i
POmmepded .on any arUelevfrxC J7,:X-'i i
Utoorb sot tmbraoad ia tbe potl! "
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