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THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. T
f AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCffjg!
new mm.-mv 5. m. a. w. cuirsville, onio, nnir, jm it m. " imui m
BELMONT CO. AGRICULTURAL
At a meeting of the Board of Man rs of
the Belmont County Agricultural Society,
the following list of premiums was adopted
for competition at the ensuing Fair, to be
held at St. Clairsville.on Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday, the 4th, 5th & G'th days of
October, 1 863.
Best 6 acres & upwards of Wheat
Diploma &. $4 00
" 3 acres com D a 4 00
" 3 " barley D a 3 00
" 3 " oats D a 3 00
" rye D a 2 00
" a buckwheat D a 2 00
" J potatoes D a 3 00
" $ " sweet potatoes D a 3 00
" 2 " Timothy hay D a 3 00
" 2 " Clover hay D a 3 00
" J " Timothy seed D a 2 00
" 3 " Clover seed D a 3 00
Statements of the manner of cultivating,
the kind of soil and manure, time and mode
of planting, and the kind of seed used, also
affidavits of measurement of ground und the
measurement ol crop to be furnished the com
mittee, forms of which can be had of the
J. W. Frasier, Rob't M. Wilkins & Sam'l
BLOODED HORSES, CLASS A.
For the best thorough bred stal
lion, 4 yrs old upwards D & 5 00
2d best ' 3 00
1 best thorough bred brood mare D & 5 00
Dr. John Alexander, Jessee Burton &. Lo
Authenticated pedigree, to he furnished the
HORSES OF ALL WORK, CLASS B.
1 Best stallion over 4 yrs old D &. 5 00
8 " 3 00
1 Best brood marc 4 and up D & 5 00
2 " 3 00
1 Best stallion over 3 yrs D & 4 00
3 " 2 00
1 2 yrs D&.2 00
3 " 1 00
1 Best yearling Male or Female D & 2 00
a 1 00
1 Beat spring colt Male or Female D & 1 00
3 " 1 00
1 Best gelding or mase over 4 yrs D & 3 00
a " 2 oo
R. H. Wilson. Ohio Co.. Va.. O. Slem-
mons. Harrison Co. O. and John Liiiiiincott.
MATCHED HORSES, CLASS C.
1 Best pr matched horses or mares D Si 4 00
a 3 00
1 Best pr carriage do do D & 4 00
a 3 oo
1 best saddle horse or marc D & 4 00
a 3 oo
1 best horse or marc for light harness D&3 00
2 ' 2 00
M. J. Edwards, Wheeling, Va , Rczin
Welch, Cadiz, & John Steele.
DRAUGHT HORSES, CLASS D.
1 best draught stallion over 4 yrs D &. 5 00
2 3 00
1 over 3 yrs D & 4 00
3 2 00
1 " 2 yrs old D & 3 00
a ii 2 oo
I " yearling male nr female D Si 2 00
u 1 00
1 M spring colt male or (emale D&l 00
a i oo
1 pr draught horses or mares D & 5 00
2 3 00
1 pr single D & 3 00
.. . 2 00
Alexander McCourtney, Wheeling, Va..
Sampson Green and John Starbuck.
JACKS, JENNETS & MULES,CLASS E.
1 best Jack D & 4 00
2 3 00
1 best Jennet D & 4 00
2 ii 3 00
1 best pr mules for harness D Aa3 00
g 2 00
1 best Hinglc mule, male or female D & 2 00
3 M 1 00
1 best yearling mule D &. 2 00
3 1 oo
1 best mule colt D & 1 00
2 H 1 00
Jenkinson, Wright, Elijah Hatcher anil
Robert Haney, sr.
CATTLE, CLASS F.
Durham and their grades.
1 best Durham Bull over 4 yrs old D di 5 01
2 3 01
1 best 3 yr old D &. 4 01
a 2 01
1 best 2 year old D At 3 0(
2 2 01
1 best yearling D & 2 0(
3 ii 1 oi
1 best spring calf D &. 1 0
a ii 1 oi
Females same as the above.
John Hall of Guernsey Co., James Ktcei
Jr., and James McFaddcn, Hurrison Co. (J
CATTLE, CLASS G.
Devons and their grades.
1 Best Devon Bull ovef 4 yrs old D & 5 01
2 " 3 01
1 Best 3 yr old D. &. 4 01
2 " I III
1 Best 2 yr old D. &3 Oi
2 " 2 01
1 Best 1 yr old D. & 2 ()(
2 " 1 01
1 Best spring calf D. & 1 0(
3 " 1 0(
Females sanie as the above.
James D. Ladd, Walker Brock and Win
OTHER CATTLE, CLASS H.
1 Best Fat Bullock to weigh not
less than 1000 lls nctt D. Si 4 00
2 " 3 00
1 Best yoke of oxen 3 yrs and
upwards D. & 3 00
2 ', a oo
1 Best yoke of 2 yrs old D. Si 3 OO
2 " 2 00
1 Best yoke of yearlings D&2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best yoke of calves D a 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best Dairy Cow D a 5 00
2 " 3 00
Product of cows to be sworn to by disinterested
Joseph Russell, Jefferson Co., O., William
Sharp, James McCullOUffh, Ohio Co., Va.
SHEEP, CLASS I.
Merinoea and their grades.
1 Best Buck over 2 yrs old , D i 3 00
2 " 2 00
1 Best buck under 2 yrs D n 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best 5 ewes under 2 yrs D a 3 00
2 " 2 00
1 best 5 ewes under 2 vra D &. 2 90
2 ' ' 1 00
Best buck 2 yr old and upward
wool and carcase considered D a 3 00
Best buck 1 yr old and upward
wool and carcase considered 2 00
Hcst spring lamb, male or femalo 1 00
Other grades same as the above.
Henry Welch, John Johnson, and Sum'1
Griffith, of Jefferson (In.
1 Best boar 2 yr old and upwards Dal 00
a " 2 00
1 Best 1 yr and upwards D a 2 00
a " i oo
1 Best brood sow 2 yra and up. D a 4 00
2 " 2 00
1 " " " 1 yr D a 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best G piga not less than 3 mo's D a 3 00
2 " 2 00
1 Best and heaviest fat hog D a 2 00
2 " 1 00
Samuel Branson, Abner Lodge and John
Open to ait luxkUntors.
For the best Stallion Budge Si 5 00
" Bull " 5 00
" Buck " 4 00
" Boar " 3 00
" Gelding " 3 00
Mare " 3 00
Cow " 3 00
" Ewe " 3 00
" Sow " 3 00
Townshond Frasier, John E. Sissen, Ohio
Co. Va., and Dr. Vorhes, r lushing.
POULTRY, CLASS K.
1 Best trio, cock Si 2 hens Dorking 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best trio Polander 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Dest pr Shanghaea 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 Best Cochin China 3 00
2 " 1 00
1 Bjst pair Silesian Ducks, Muscovy
ducks, China geese, Poland ducks
Angola ducks, Game Fowls, each 2 00
2 1 00
1 Best variety of the above Diploma.
Dr. Dallas, of Sewellsville, J. K. Stout, ol
Wheeling, Va., and Henrv Lvsle.
FARM IMPLEMENTS, CLASS L.
Best Farm Wagon D a 3 00
M Cart " 2 00
" Wheat drill " 2 00
" Sward plow " 2 00
" Subsoil plow " 2 00
" Core plow " 2 00
Cultivator " 2 0(1
" Reaping muchino ' 3 00
" Mowing " " 3 00
Thresher and Cleuner " 3 00
" Fanning mill " 2 00
" Corn and cob mill " 2 00
" Field roller " 2 00
" Corn Planter " 2 00
" Family Carriuge or Buggy " 3 00
" Straw or Cornstalk cutter " 2 00
" Graiu cradlo " 1 00
" Horse Rake " 1 M
" . duz. hay rakes " 1 Ot
" Cluver Huller ' 2 Ot
" Variety of farm implements
by one exhibitor " 4 Ot
( Gideon Davis, Sol. Bently, and Charles H
LEATHER & LEATHER GOODS,
Best sample r arm Harness a ui
ii 11 Carriage " 3 01
Saddlery 3 Ol
. " Travelling trunk 2 0'
" pair fine boots 3 0
pair coarse bouts 2 0
" pair line shoes 2 0
J " pair coarse shoes 3 0
" side of sole leather 3 00
" " upper leather 2 00
, " i doz. calf nkius 3 00
. " " " kip " 3 00
. " Sample harness leather 2 00
" Side skirting " 2 00
. " Specimen Hag " 2 00
, Manufactured by exhibitor.
) Awarding Committee.
) John Knote, Wheeling, Va., Geo. Elliott,
( Mt. Pleasant, and Henry West.
CABINET 7 OTHER WOOD WORK,
Best Bureau Dal 00
" Sor "
" Bedstead '
" J doz. Fancy chairs "
" " Windsor '
' Rocking chair "
" Sewing chair "
" Churn "
" Specimen of coopery "
" i doa. corn brooms "
Manufactured by exhibitor.
Wm. M. Berryhill, Wheeling, Dr. Josc
phtis Walker and David Riley.
HARDWARE, &c., CLASS O.
Best specimen of edgetools 1 00
" cooking range do
" Parlor stovo do
" Cook stove do
" specimen of Blackstnithing do
' " horse shoes do
" " " " nails do
" " Axes do
" " copper & tin ware do
Manufactured by exhibitor.
Jessee Embree, Wm. B. Dunlevy and Win. I
R. Moore. I
CLOTHS, SATINETTS & OTHER FACTORY
GOODS, CLASS, P.
Best piece 10 yds factory cloth Diploma.
ii ii satinett "
m .1 Flannel '
" " 15 yds wool carpet "
" " 10 yds Jeans "
" " 10 yds twe.'ds "
" " other factory goods "
Neman Webster, Mt. Pleasant, James
Grey and Isaiuh Cooper, Wheeling.
Best 8 yds domestic linen 2 00
" diaper table cloth 2 00
" 1 H linen ilircui! 1 00
" 1 lb woollen yarn 1 00 1
" Hearth rug 2 00 j
" 10 yds rug carpet 2 00
" 10 yds wool " 3 00
" pr coverlets 2 00
" pr Blankets 2 00 i
" bed quilts 2 00
" pr woollen or cotton socks each 1 00
For 2d best in the above class hulf the a
Manufactured by exhibitor.
I John H. Williams. Mrs. Dr. Hoover, and
Mrs. John C. Tallinan.
NEEDLE, SHELL & OTHER FANCY
WORK, CLASS R.
Best bonnet 2 00
specimen embroidery 2 00
" " fancy work 2 00
" " shell or wax work 2 00
" " Bead " 1 00
" " orname'iital needle " 2. 00
2d best in the above list, half the same rate.
Rev. Alex. Yuuiil'. Mis. L. C. Mitchell &.
Mrs. John W. Bradlield.
DAIRY PRODUCTS, CLASS S.
1 best 5 lbs butter made in June, July
or August 2 00
2 " 1 00
1 " 5 lbs Fresh butter 2 00
a " i oo
1 " 15 lbs cheeso 2 00
2 " 1 00
Mode of curing and manufacture to bo fur-
I Mr. Isaac Askew, Mrs. Win. P. Frasier &
I Mrs. Eliza Sleenrod.
FLOUR, BREAD & HAMS.
1 best & moat llour from 300 bus wheat
Diploma Si 3 00
2 ' 2 00
! 1 " pr country cured hams 2 00
'a i oo
1 " 2 loaves of Bread 2 00
2 " 1 00
Kind of Wheat used, mode grinding, ba
king und curing to be furnished the cuinmit-
David Allen, Josiah Wutson and William j
Best I bushel fall apples
" " winter upplcs
i " bushel Peaches
i to i Pears
I ii ii Quinces each 1 00
" Variety of Fall apples
I . " Table Apples & grapes each 1 00
" specimen of Plums, Cherries,
Strawberries, Gooseberries, Nec
tarines, referred to committee on
summer fruit 1 00
Grown by exhibitor.
A vardiug committee.
) Judge Ruggles, Parvin Wright Si Parker
J Best bushel potato!
u m !j " Sweet potatoes
9 ii " Onions
I ii J " Tumaloes each 1 00
" H specimen 1 M aterinelons, I inu-k-
tnelons, J doz. tirjuaslus, J doz.
pumpkins each 1 Of
Best specimen bu, psrtfllvt, 3 heads
of cabbage, J doz. beets, . l,u. car
rots each 5(
Best variety of the above by one exhib
itor j ot.
Grown by exhibitor.
Benj. S. Cowon, Thus. Pawcatt & Pctet
PRINTING， PAINTING，DESIGNS &
Best specimen ol Job printing Diploma.
" " r.awspaper printing '
" " painting in oil
" " " in water "
to Daguerreotype "
" " cut marblo to
" variety " work "
" Ornamental design "
" Design lor Farm building "
" Cottage to ii
" specimen engraving "
" Awarding committee.
C. C. Carroll, Es'., Judge Alexander A.
Best exhibit pot flowefl diploma,
av. " cut " ii
" " dahlias
" " other Varieties "
Mrs. Wilson Shannon. Mrs. Parker Ander
son and Mies A.Manda Booker.
This list embraces a great variety of arti
cles such us preserves, pickles, honey, coun
try sugar, condiments, &.C. The awarding
Committee for which will be chosen at the
OPEN TO ALL.
Funds raised by private Subtcriplion.
1st beat specimen female equestrianism
Diploma Sc riding cap.
2d " M riding cap.
3d it i
Committee Dr. John Alexander, Dr. J. T.
Updcgratr& Dr. A. Wheeler, Wheeling.
1st best Braes Bund Diploma &. 10 00
2d " 6 00
1st best string " 5 (JO
2d " 3 00
1st " specimen of music on piano
by a Lady diploma & 3 00
2d best 2 00
Committee Prof. Mellor, Wheeling, Va.,
Best specimen of Plowing by Men D. Si 5,00
Best " " Buys under 18 D Si 5,00
" " subsoil, men I) Si 5,00
boya D &. 5,00
Committee Nicholas Cooper, John Bun
dy and John Taggart.
Articles of rare merit, usefulness and beau
ty. In this class will be included anything
that mny he useful and not enumerated in the
foregoing list; the uwarding committee for
which will be selected by the Board ol Man
agers at the time of the Fair.
Appropriate premiums or Diploma! will be
awarded on any article not mentioned in the
general list, each according to their peculiar
All animals that have drawn a former pre
mium will be excluded from competing ex
cepting fur a sweepstakes.
No premium! Will be awarded unless the
articles or animals merit them.
The awarding committees will, if they
should have any doubt" as to the propriety
of making the award under the published rules
of the society, recommend the articles with
their views to the executive committee.
I. NEISWANGER, Pres't.
C. Arick, Sec'y.
QTnulea and regulations for the govern
ment oT the Fair will be published in hand
OTATE OF OHIO, BELMONT COUN
O TV, BB. Botitrt McMillan, Anna McMillan,
JomjiIi liaivcv, iMbaua Harvey, John MoKolvey, Jane
McKalvey, Jowph McMillan, Marv McMillan, John Alt
Mlllan, Muuuvl McMillan. Jauirs K. Polk McMillan,
Anna P, McMillan, anil VVillian G. McMillan. 1'otitiou
Tin: ,i!,ov,' nanioil (Jff,in,liintH are linrc'.y inttiflrft lliat
a pet r:. un wan (Hod, ON the 31st Way oi May, l!!3, in Um
couri of Oouiinou rlsas of nellMOUt I'uunly, in tin, Muw
ofOlito, mi nehalfoftlio !ail ftohort XcMillan, ivliere
lty,nn tifhali'nf said ttobert, partition or Uifl Iract, larm
Or parent of land mi winch tin, Ian, RotMrt McMillan, it
CMHlt, rofutoii (of ai'vcral yoara In.lurc, anil until In
ili-atli, anil of wuieb BS WM mIsm in bo nimpln at UM
tlllia Of liitf ili'atli, nitnu'n in saul oouutjf l Bolinant, uml
in TuwnHliiji six, Rsnffo foiir, in (be Btouhonvilla laml
district, boilll all ul lliti OUtl.irosl quarter nl Motion nix,
III SoUliowitJllipi cxropt obout Ion acrcH , anil afiont ti
acrnii ill 1 lie nnrtli lis I of the liortb'WOSt ipi.irler of rr
Mon live, in the naiil township, i J ! llballitod ; mid al.'nan m
iler (iir llm a WlamiiM nl ilnwer in Haiti lirouilMM to the
aaiil Anna McMillan, an the Widow nr the laid Robert
McMillan, ileooasod, ami lbs nai,l dofondonta are tlso no
tided, th.lt application will he Itiede, at the lint term nl
ii.ti.l Court, fur an or-ter llul irh ilower nifty he asenrnl',!
in sal I prointsoii ami thai pat i it tun he niadfl of tlia fame
amiKiir the sahl parties, acctinlin' to the Statnln in kiicIi
raneri nia'le anil provided
II. S. UOWHN & M. PBNNINOTON,
a i ittr dtwandaat.
June 3, U,H tW.
wTATE OF OHIO, BELMONT COUN-
v ' TV, FS. Jrnu M. Wmra, Mir: Maky An
Win i k. Court of Coiuuioii rieas. Ill Chancery. Pe
tition I'nr tlivtirrp.
Tile taid ili'limilant, Mary Ann White, will take BO
tire th at the Haiti Jach M, White ftled III petition in
the above Court In Obancwryon the nab, ila' of May,
!3a BiaHlai the Fahl dalvndenl a partv theretothat
laid petition allodial that rani defendant the Wlft ol
the lajll complainant, anil prepi that the inarriai'it ct)n-
traet exlatinfl liatweaii theiii hi dlenalvod and deriared
null ami 't i id , for the Rlllowlnfl raiae:
let. Wilful abeenonof the "aitl delsndeiit fnr more than
three years next before thl lllng of Huh petition.
94, tiross nofleet "f duty on the part of the denindant
That saitl petition will he hoard at the next term ol
the L'uiui in Beuteiul f , IS33.
jaoob if, win ri:.
By HlitUMt I'snaisuToa his Au'v
June 3, IIH. utr
SHERIFF'S BALE James Pulton, Mi
Cheat Itiley ami WiMiaiu little, ha; .Jit hai-l rn'liu
et al. By vii tne oi four vewral nrfti ol execut inn to mi
directed from the Court til ComiuoN Pleaa of Belmnivi
I'tinnly, Ohio, at the tUIUlUMff Uirul thereoi A. p, IS., '
I ivlllex pqaf to sale at iiuhlic auction on Tueaday, Jinn
OPth, jean, between the boura of lb o'clock A.M. ami .
o'clock p. m . of saitl day, on the n ,r iin Central tthli
Kail Road, in Pultney townahlp, BeluioutCiiunty.Obio
on Pcfitioua N'n. 7! ami 77, the lullowimr unmls anil chat
tlae, to wit: nine head of horses, nine carte, two hundrei
shovels, one hundred picks, one sel nl lllarksluith'stnots
lorty i trohara, iwcnty lour plehvend wadee, awreleilf eg
attt Of t arl harness , ami ail the Itnck drest anil un
dreett delivered and undelivered on Maid Bectioue No. "
and 11 uu the Central Ohiii Bail rtoad,
JOHN C. Nll'lllll,--, hctiil
I pherurs Ullir.e, June lUlh, lc'jL. ! I ,U'J.
FOURTH OF JULY.
EDUCATIONAL CELEBRATION IN
The ConnitlM appointed by a previous
meeting of the cltoWM of Union Tewnahipi
t to make arrangrementi for the celebration ol
the fourth of July, In connection w ith th"
Mibjaat of Education, met und orgMlatd by
appointing Isaac Tylor Chairman and It. S.
'-'lark Bttfttaffi And after CoiMMitatiatn the
following programme was agreed upon:
That all the pupils, Teachers, Director-,
parents and the Ii lendd of E I It htlon generalay
of Union Township are PPapeet fully invited to
meet in HufftatOWO on the 4th ol July at !l
o'clock A. M, and hold themielVt! in readinesf
to form in procaaaloB at 10 o'clock in the
follnwin;' ord'x, and under the direction of
Hubert Mofffkofl marshall of the day, The
pupils Ircnlldren of each Sub District to bej
headed by their respective teacher who ehaii !
carry n Bag or bad-re giving the number of'
such sub district, and the teacben shall he
preceded by the Directors of the sub diltricta
respectfully, and the w hole procession to be
headed by the Township &. Morristown board
of Education, and mnr':h in pr, cession by
order of Marshall to fuch place as may bel
selected for the exercise of the day, A report i
lor the pupils and patrons of the Schools to
be provided by the respective Subdistrict,
each district to take such order and make
such provisions, us tin y may think best. 1
Dinner to bo served at about IS II. After
! which an address wiil be delivered on education
and the advantage! of Union or high schools.
On motion Wm. Hogue H. B. Clark, ami
Robert Morrison wereappolnted a committee
i to make other necei-sary arrangements.
(Jn motion resolved that the clerks o1' each
I sub district bo furnished wltfc a copy ol the j
I programe with a request that they make it
I public and take the necessary action to have
I n general turn out. It was also resolved that
I the editors of the Gazette Si Chronicle he
I fur Dialled with a copy for publication.
ISAAC TAYLOR, Ch'n.
R. S. Clark, Sec'y.
CINCINNATI, June 10.
A fire broke out last night in the li.'iuor
store of Quiraud & Sarran, in Main street,
between Colombia and Front, and spead to
the adjoining HfjuoTttnre of R. A. Little Si Co..
the grocery story of McCutloitghtMorrid & Co.,
the iron store ol Neave 8t Free, all of which
w ere greatly damaged. The progress ol the
flames was checked by the falling of Keys.
Malthy Si Co.s' warehouse in the rear of the
above buildings. The warehouse contained
8U0 bbdl ol sugar, a considerable quantity of
molasses, ami othergoods, most of which were
' destrtved. Tiic total loss is not asccrtainrd,
hut it is fully covered by insurance. Two
policies on Keys. Malthy &. Co.'s property
were renewed at noon yesterday.
MONTREAL, June 9.
A lecture was delivered in this city by
Father Gavaaci, thia evening, when u nub
collected in such numbers that the police
force wrv stationed near the church, which
required the aid of the military. After
the meeting, pistole w ere fired by the crowd,
whereupon the military Bred one round. It is
impossible to say how many were wounded.
It is believed lour or five were injured. The
' trueps are still drawn up near to the church,
and the mob is at a short distance, evidently
prepared lor further mischief.
I Half past '.I, 1'. M.. I have just met a man
Wounded in the breast. One man is ascer-
I taiucd to be killed.
I iPfrjapTW. Mr. Holliswill Proach
in the Episcopal Church in this place
I on Sunday, June 19th., at 11 o'clock A. M.
i also 3 o'clock I'. M.
MONTREAL, June 10.
The Montreal papers condemn the tiring of
! the troops as huving taken place without
just cause; seven were killed and eleven
; wounded severely, and many others slightly,
i The city is guarded by the military. All now
ijuiet, but there is great sensutionamong the
BALTIMORE, June 9.
J The mail is through from Wilmington,
I The first branch of the City Council, passed,
! by a vote of fourteen to four, un ordinance
; endorsing the bonds of the Pittsburgh und
I OonnellaviUa Railroad,
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Director!
j yesterday resolved to reduce the lure between
i Baltimore and Washington, after the 1st of
July, to ijil,'J5.
CHICAGO, June 9.
The National Division ol'tlie Sons of Tem
perance assembled yesterday, and is now in
session. Most of the States are represent
ee. The Hon. J. 1!. O N. al, M. V. 1'., iu
the buir. The temperance men have a pub
lic procession to-day. Alderman Steele und
C. L. Magee are here.
THE MOB AT MONTREAL—FURTHER
QUEBEC, June 11.
There were fifty persons killed, and twelve
mortally wounded by the lire ol the military un
It is reported that eight rioters were killed
in addition, names unknown.
An immense meeting ol the citizens WB!
held,and resolution! were passed, requesting
QbVBM to complete bU lectures, and censur
ing the Mayor for luettciency.
I Intense excitement prevails.
, There has been several cases of outrage
' cuminitled on Roman Calholica,
I (Javai'.zi I .'It this morning lor New York.
Tin' Mayor deiri. s having ordered the sol
Jiers to lire, uml it is not known who did.
The ttfeetd were patrolled lut night by the
! RI1R0NICLE & AMOmi
i ii. h. t oi;, ( BllWra.
I Tiff. PF.OPI.R, AND TIIEIIi RifiHTS.
frMup MomlMft Jaae v im..-j.
NELSON DAHRERE, of Highland
roit Liter T. MOmNIi
ISAAC J. ALLEN, o.' Richland.
mr Tea unfjea di eavn,
HtNKY iJii ACUWa:, i Hamilton.
rnr. aasBtftaa o stitr,
NCLSOl) II. VA VOBMSH, of Aiiicnu.
WILUAM II. GIBSON, of Seneca.
IOK KraaSl Hi' RT JLIM2B.
PRANKL1M T. BACKUS, of Ctrymbeffa,
ro Boir.fj av it ci.it. ttajUPJ,
JOHN VVADDELL, ol Coarnctan.
Will please excuse us for our n miny
neglect. Their favors will be tittendid to in
due time. We assure them they ore not
(ftrTherew ;i! be public Demonstration
ol the Tcmj.lc i.f llontr in Cadiz, on the 4th
of July. Al! Temples, Boclal Degrees, and
the public generally ire invited to attend.
Competent speakers will be in attendance.
Pa!;hv HVLSE, Esq., presented us with u
lot of line cherries, some of which measured
2.'. inches in circumference. Supposed to be
the English May Duke.
List week the New York Legislature, by
special invitation, visited Niagara, on the oc
casion of the opening of a new rente which
makes the distance from Albany to Niagara
only 805 mil s. The trip was made in six
passenger cars full of invited guests, in the
space o! eight hours, or 3i miles per hour in
cluding stops. Of course they had a groat
time of it, ea'ing line dinners at the magnifi
cent Cataract II jus', and hearing eloquent
after-dinner speeches. Gov. Hunt pre.-ided.
Senator Seward made an able and excellent
speech. On the return, the same general
speed was attained. Tne Tribune says, one
stretciloI ten miles was made in RMS min
utes; the 6 miles between Utlcs and Syra
cuse A'iis run in 70 minutes: for a part of the
distance between Schenectady & Albany the
sp'.'ed was at the rate of 70 miles un hour.
It is said that the running on the entire trip
was unprecedented, considering distance, &C,
No accident marred the joy of the hapj.y occa
sion. We believe in the great moral good of such
trips to the legislators, and trost the exam
ple may be duly honored hereafter. iV.:'.
Jusi so! But if said "unpreclentid" trip
had resulted, as others h ive done, in a flying
leap down a mountain, or a plunge over a neg
lected draw-bridge what then! Would the
moral good accruing to the legislator! bavi
been very great.'
But a few short weeks have elapsed sinc
the occurrence oT the fearful sliuyh'.er a'
Norwalk, and it is forgotten! Forgotten1
Ah, no; not forgotten by the crushed ant
bleeding hearts bowed around the cold hearth
stone, where once lived anl loved those mur
dercd victims. They can never forget.
Railroad accidents will happen until sue!
time as the united voice of the press shal
succeed in outlawing 'unprecedented' trips
fcf'T'ie. Winding F,mt'-' Sniirthry closes
' its summer session the last of the prescr.
j month, and the Fall session commences ot
the first Monday of September. We are glai
to hear of its steadily increasing prosperity
since its change. Without intending urn
disparagement to its former talented 1'rinci
pal. we regard the Hoard of Trustees as hav
! Ing made a great improvement on the oh
dynasty when ibey secured the services of tin
1 present incumbent. The corps of teacher;
I are of the best kind.
fjr-Tlie weather for the last few t'avj ha
been extremely hot and dry, proving very un
fsvofabte fc the interests of the farmer.
I We are sorry to hear tint the fly is injurin;
be wheat in this section to a great extent
Some places there will not be one half th
' usual crop. In Guernsey and soino othe
, counties west of us the lly is much worse; iu
' great many neighborhoods there will be n
j wheat en p at
fjrRIpe Cherries have made their appear
, a nee once more, and are readily sold at jafi
cents per quart.
! Tht steamer Pacific arrived at New lor
on the 13th Ipst, She brings no news of ver
greut importance. The British Qovsrninen
refused to state whether 'he Iteditoranesi
fleet had been ordered to assist Turkey. Con
slderable arrival! oi gold from AuBtralii
' Nothing Iruttt Frame. Switzerland has or
dered OUt all her men toflgbt Australia, il nc
casaarf. Th! Russian army luo.ooo siron
is concentrating on the Turkish froutiei
Ministers from France, Buglaojl, Russia on
Austria made a joint atl.-n.pt la reconcile th
parti 's, but were tnsTJCBHlfttli Aflnirs look
critical. Rebels Mill astir in Chins; rumors
of Imperial victories from the interior din-believed.
if. i For interesting News Horns and new
Advertisements se' fourth page.
Savannah, Ga., June 9.
Lust night as the passenger cars were
L'oiiig into Macon, they were thrown down
un embankment The MsilOnan was hi (fed,
and five passengers were rcverely injured,
among whom was the Hon. A. Stephens.
iMPonTART Decision. Judge Rtillwcll, of
Zanesvlle, has decided that a county sub.
scriptiot) to s railroad, nana in psmence or
a vote of the people of the county, after th':
adoption of the new (.'onstitution, upon a law
p issed before that time, i.3 legal and vaiiJ,
and can be enforced.
Wool Items. Wool is selling in Venango
ro. ot ;i7j to 40 cts ",'H part cash and ptrt
trade, says the "Spectator.
Wool tile n!!!T:!it r .min? in is limited;
we note salcstof SOU II. k. full blood at fil,
KO do. atSft, and M0 fls. common to full
I blood, at 4.j to 55, v. l i h is about the range of
the mr.rket. Pitts. Gazi.ttf.
Wm l. There has been an increased de
mand for Wool daring the past week, mostly
for the supply of Eastern manufacturers and
prices ure firmer. The rales Comprise ubout
140,000 lbs. among which we notice 1800 lbs
fine Ohio, (new clip.) at CO cts.G mos.; 5800
lbs J blood S8 0 tie s.: 1 Ud ibs Merino 64,
mos; 19,00') lbs mixed and tub 46(360) 3000
lbs j blood 45; 3-3,000 lbs pulled 4ArjS1l 8
mos.; 4000 lbs Western pu!l"d 42, cash; 7000
lbs Buenos Ayrei IS, cash; and 1000 lbs
washed Smyrna at 33, eiah. Several small
lots of the Now clip have arrived from New
Jersey, Virginia and the adjoining counties,
which realized 40947 cti If lb, cash. Phila.
Wool The sales for the week will proba
bly reach 15,000 I s. t 2'Jc tot unwashed ;
37e 10c for tub"; I7fj 3 )c for pulled; 40fa50o
for fleece. There is soma little speculative
Inquiry. Eu't An.trican.
Woo?. Itsm?. The wool market has been
(actuating a little lor a few days. A good
di ai is coming in. Prices range from 45 to
50 cci.ts; though the latter figures are paid
for an extra quality only. Sumtrit ().) lira
ron. WooL, The Hlgdoo, down last evening
from Council BiutTs, brinrrs 75 bales, or 8,000
tol 0,000 pounds. This was once the fleece
of flocks now on their road to California
, St. Louis Ktwt.
; Tin- Rochester Democrat says, "some few
samples of wool have been brought to tho
market, but the lulk will be kept back tome
j days yet. The few lots already presented
have been taken at prices langingal 35 to 4a
cents, which are regarded as the fair opening
rates. The Waynesburgh Eagle notes the sale In
Green county, (Pa,) of about 40,000 pound-,
at rates from 40 to 68. There is some fine
Wool in Green county, as it adj tins Washing
ton county, the finest wool growing region in
Of Consumption, on th! llth inst.,athcr
i j father's residence in Union Township, Mrs.
. Martha Randolph, daughter of Wilson Ailen.
Obituary next week.
On the 24th of May by Isaac Barton, Esq.
' Mr. Ezra McCabTT to MUs Ejii'ly Cope,
all of this county.
1 On the 2oth of May by E. G. flames J. 1
I Mr. J. C Hampton and Miss Elizabeth E.
Adams of Somerset Township.
NEW YORK MARKET.
NEW YORK, June 14.
1 Flour, State 4,634r5ii Ohio 4,023 1,81.
Southern 4.S7n 5,00 heavy.
f Wheat, Western 1,20; Genesee, 1,30; linn.
Corn, mixed 04; yellow, 00 J .
Butter 1 o . 17.
' Lard, QjQlOjCi
1 Pork, mess, 15,87; prime. 12,50, firm with
- upward tendency, shoulders, 5j'ii'ii: hams,
I 80, steady.
CINCINNATI MARKET. June 7.
Flour, common brands 3,9004,00.
Nothing iu provisions.
Market very dull.
" Molasses, prime, 330,
Sugars. A 5c.
j Colfec at 10.
June 14. 1853.
Flour. Bstra Bold at 1,00; BuperOue 3,
fO as the ruling rales.
Bacon. Sales of 2000 lbs 'Shoulders, 150
pes. do., and 90 bbls, and tierces do. at 6J;
i 3000 lbs, lisms. snd SO bbls. and tierces do.
at 91; 4000 lbs. Bides at 7t sooo lbs. ond
400 pes, Shoulders and Hams at GjCfllJ; 4
tea Sugar-cured Hums at 11, and 4 do at 11,
l with pay for packages.
1 The brethren of Friendship Lodge No. 89
1 of Free and lecopted Masons, will celeste
- the auniversary of t. John the Baptist, in
. QaBBK8V(LLB, OU FRIDAY, the 2 1th of June
next, by B public procession. Oration, cVc.
Neighboring Lod e i and all Brethren la good
" (luujing ure respoctfully InvRed i" he with
i ... on that dev. IW order of Hi UieW'
.I Bemi. Mackall, 1 Committee
I. II. PiMB, of
N. PaTTEBS, 1 Invitation.
MASONIC. BARNESVILLE, June 6th A. D. 1853, A. L. 5853.