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Cnaisdiiv WH HtnR. July 13. l59
Fr Ut OVeSae Jearaal
Vvmiifc oi Cnarles Rli, M the
Fourth of Jalf CeJcaratioa at the Slate
OrnosM akd IyauTxa' Wi it was
f r propoed to C"t "p a mndeet Fourth nf
July ivltbr!ioo t thi iniiiiuli n, the idea
ktreuk ro as a sirng on, and it 1H me
to a vein of r fle-iin. which roon rfiip
ted mv doubts to i'B propriety, and I
then d-'onnirni to us iht sefttinnente.
hi Mihmittine them in a few biff remark
tn yen, after the Declaration of InJepen
denre h d feep rraJ.
Thia is. if not a prison. yet a place of
kvt and ligirl reetraint. Bj lawi, mi's
and eulUai4 WgitoajQB-i. erry side,;
nl prescribe all your movemetrts. To
ei-lehrate FfMilom'i holidiy hera 'hen,
Mmn inwtflxratu "ft jexkK&trvrtop:
preicn mora lik beiogf don in, mockery
ofliherty. than ti' honor: hula eecnurl
thvet dispelled--tiii -Ming.-aod eobr
judgment-whiiprs that men may, when
w viw Ii tightly, be freeevt-n in pri-on.
while on the othvT nanrl thy may la
'slaves under fti least possible oYtfvard le
iraint; ' ' i :'
All roon low liberty, children epcf
,jy do toi.tnl tlrs lova mut necessarily
pervad vonr bo'rmt rooit intently. An
A'wiee ProvljVore Lh planted this enno
blin emotion in -every human heart, end
we should twrcr try to suppress it, or yn
blame person for it; on lie contrary. w
should oriM'inaa it, afjl in tha education
or rjefoimaion of youih if? only io dri't
: It right. H rue Ut.eriy i. an oiaiihini a 0
rial rleat4Dy;U I appiiuss cnn-rits ip r-aek
. htg it . rightly and wisely all misery
. ocro't from nassinir it vtronjifiil'T and
tUvlrMlv, ii '1 ilio ultimate redemption of
..the human rce isav htjved or r iocratlnav
t1, as mankind undvratandt and acta up
on thi creat truith. that riuht nnd virtue
. bring liberty and that vice and wrong en
tail upon u slavery.
. - iloses ly down .ihit dortrina in 1)1
beiutilul alleeory af the fall of man. Tl
- pre i' q'if st:on i liow to be frr from evil
viouvjii fVi r tetr.p't a by it; rtow t nj'j
: fr(iro in the eopatAnt j ri icnco of fort'I '
den fruit. Ju rm reltntfa tli fnm
qitetiiun in t'i peulraiiun juit iad io you
by nferlioj; tlmt hi'uhest of all lvt tl ai
fiea Govfrument rent upon, and livoi only
Mil respect and reJiioualy alitain from
ifrinvint( fmm tlota ; Mrure d . positive
, i ighta tif individual njnn, Io rt curt which,
"Gavernmenn ., wrra inntituU d among
m"n." J"ffrnn dwniot to n.i ij'jt whu1
Motft d. ni' t to man, tlia right (o n.-r-cUv
the poiC4r to da wrong. . ehowt
, tliei Pirml e was loit iia'RUM man abused
his li'ierty. 'Jf Hereon derUres ii tvrnnny
. to violate inriiv duel rinhta. Both siate
t!ie ffnut truith, end with Do ill liber-
- ty u b'lt annihcrn-tmit for: vittut and the
tiglit slavory an J tjrany fr vi a and
wron$. . i '. !...' v : '
LiVr'y to do wrong is claimed by isma
to ha the verry eniA of freedom, snd in
tlie RAme senco, liberty to take the proper
ty of another, it the (tme of honesty. I
' prefer to trmiipnse the propneition, and to
Cnmenn that alt tie hoerty worth l oving
- it the liberty 16 do right, and tht all oth
er liberty ia not liberty, aa it leid to the
loxs of it. Tliu pijwcr to dp wrong ez'ets,
but it does no, tut joi't to pennltint and to
' fcenain limits; the power to do riyht exits
" without limit, nnd its reward i the con'
; Slant increase of its power. The tloer
' eh of the !st.t named power is always fol
lowed hy greater liberty, while ovury nt
in the opposite direction pr duces greixier
restrint, and out of iliii yrows ell (lie ent
laving functions of human suthority.
All human heingt nva one entirely free;
it it wVcn their hearts are pure, and bi-foro
they know, of (lie liberty Io do wrong.
, Slavery ronomem'es with every person
with the fiisf trmegreeaion, and at the firt
' er'ror enters our soul, co:iie of its prei inus
frccdora departs.. Wo re free in lif. ju-t
' to the degree to which wesregoid. ' Christ
was the freest being that evrr lived in bus
' man foini. Why? 15. c-auo bo wn moil
.perfect. He we lo Moiielf bis own Uw.
, To none w.u the liberty to wrorg more
posi:ively denied, thnn lo him; ho ever de
uied it t i hims K. and y 't no'bing Inierye.
uci I etween hliu and god. 8o with every
human b -ing, hi freedom is measured hy
his goo.lnu. You. boys, do eaeh ami
every one of you reraomber the days of
your inneooncr; you remember too ilio
. hours when you fell, end I ' omII theso
)6Tollect!ons I oforo you now, not to tnnt
. you nor harrow yonr filings, but to have
iliMn ai wilni'Ksee to tbo great truth, which
I tin endeavoring' to enforce, that as you
transgressed, ro the cords of rcstinint grew
upon you, and ns they grew to be thoee of
jails and reform echoola. You lost your
liberty at you i-unk in vioe. You have
ttld tb etlivni'-t of li'eriy andlHV'ry.
' To society at lar je ilio inmu truith is dally
tnd hourly exmp1i0"d i t'e ti" degree.
AH its lawt arid reotrtinit nrrise fiom the
abuse of liberty, and they mutt exist, oven
in the moil revolting form, down Is chains
and bars, and bolls, . nnd personal cIihi-
t lament, jiitit in tbo Jegne which (heie
are jeen' xercirin U.eir owerto do
wrong. Even bl ick el very would have
never been known, if ihe cbil.tien of
. Africa had not sunk to deeply in vice and
degradation. One vfyou I ova has jusl
apuk-n Ili-'nzi a epienh to ihe Uomane; in
it too is coniain-d tha same ides, that
, tltvrs nre male of slat iali men, and neitlf
,' er that atminptiwro of Rome, nor . thai of
Am-ri:a seiihr there the blood of all tha
, Ctttnri, nor llul of all the Angolo Soxont
.proti O'S man whose itearis sre luipure
end wbese dHirea ate low, front atiieot
: ffrvitade. Nonaiiun.nor.no iiulivijual
.. ; can be frte unKsi they nre vi-tuous.
. You, hoyst are opf n look for liberty
- -' beyond this form, and outride this ieatitu-
tlon. and the rul-s and reguUtions are to
1 yott to many evi.lvnet ol your lout fr. e-
dm. Hnve you ever n filled upon it,
' 4hat l1te rules are upon the officers t
well as you. and il at they are in a certain
tena. as unfrt es youraelf, yea 1 may etv
ra ire unfrt-or
teteh and emDlov voo. they muit do the
mora important duty, puaril and superin
tend themselves, w.1iU ,'you have only to
' Like care of tourself. end : that tank much
lightenrd for you; by e very regulation!
. ; you look upon at irksorn. nd yet yuu tuoa
opou the offi teis, and jutly too, ea free,
. and yeerseii ns unirve. Whet m me oh
- ferencet Tha olliuera are subject, IO ,re
' ; -e'.rainis which sor n j not from their v'kws
and wbi;h are maua aoJ inieu'Ud only f r
your reformetioD. Xn .have daily evi
4ac before you, Jbt we trusi temi of
y o mere thah the rest, and tbat In fact
these boys are as tree as asy children in
the Slate. Others again of you are placed
occasionally under severe restaint, and
mmi ar- esrea once and a while locked up.
Does eat this ticb you that moral which
I am now trying to demonstaate to you.
that rettrtinis increase upon you or fall
away from you. just aa you show them to
be unncc-ery? In oilier words, that
you are always free to tl e pie-ie degree
to wkicli yoa deserve to be. Your wil
maa you uofne, your will can make you
Suppose I were now, on this day oi In-
dependenee, to.iiinoiince lo you, as by w
I have llie'po'ver to do, that vou ate frea.
and tht you tny go ; hence unnnleeti d?
I iee how Hie very thonght worss npon
Tour ferline, and l ow your harts leep lor
or at ihe very idea, atj i how vou would
inks it as the c real est of boons! But, re
el! Would it lea'ly he giving y n free.
r'om.t.irouH it be tnora then a mcwkry?
Send yon out io'o thai wcild . where .you
came to u at biuised nenl Did yon
flierrfljni Merty? Jifot Would tou th.
t od ii? Vo Why not? Because you were
not, and are not good. Do noi deceive
yors4vea! The. woild. is.as i( was to all
of you, who are unrefcrmed, and to thoee
Oniy will it be otherwise, whom go bone
arrying ilieir Ireeaom, their virtue and
their ht pinss wiih ihem. Some very
few of ycu bare felt terrpted to escape
from ihi inatitation, and th1 great stimu
lant Was a false desire . for freedom. Vein
have been . iftr t tempts. ; Vain foolieb
and erppty of freedom, would you . have'
leund ihem yountrlves, ir they had sue
eecdol, and lenee. the voluntary return of
e.nirf.' When you run from here you tun
from us. but you t ik- yourt-lf a'ong. your
heads and your minds, and in them lios
or servitude.' There Is no way for vu
to regain yor liberty, except hy leaving
I ere thai VI )oo hoy who ceme here wnli
tou. end ly taliinij away with you anoth
er boy, one free from viue nnd bad I abbs.
Let nie ns-ure you, as yon Uow me to O'
your friend, nnd as I v1uh (his your con
fidence in trie had men and lad boys
Cud in tliu woild sthirge, however tvee tin v
my arpenr to he. or call themee're. nly
ddicuhii-s; obs'ncles, clmins, jxilsend pun
iHlinieiiis, and rel Ii' erty is I und in ti e
rociety only by the t'u-ly, pood. Your
road to fruedom and iudipemlonce lies in
ynur reloimalicn, and as long as yon look
lor liberty through the liberty to do wrong
just so long you are unfroe. You may be
tree I ere. any time you wish it .'; The rules
provide for your bonornble discharge by
your beinj ihree raontbs consecutively in
the Oil if Honor, and having thus pro?
e I yourUrotormed( be freiedeed. Bui
I asaeityon may fce free here, -witliin a
nion'.h, ny; any week; a day, nowl ' The
idea FUrilis cu, I menn all J say." Lib
erty is always near youl Indipendence is
always within your grasp! You wish to
know how? Fimply by being giod. St
Paul uss free in piison! Your1 rounlry
was free before it duolared itself Indep n
dent. & you m y. bs free at on' e, : now
and wi bin this very institution, if you will
declare yourself imlipendont and be it, too
of your sinl and evil Inbiis. You can be
froe hero as wvll as elaewheTe. Many of
you arc to in a great degree. Eschew then
tha liberty lo do wroiij; and cling to the
'other reil liberty, the liberty to ' do right.
Let th indiren lence day of our nation be
to you an indipi ndencu day imlividually.
by abjuring your eriors nnd wrongs. We
can be free only nationally, by beinu Iree
individua ly, nnd no individual Can be free
until he is virtuous. Virtue then is the
woik upon which liberty reei; my you
and nil of ui ettabli -h our independence
upon iijand then indeed it will tudure. forever.
Address of J. C Jeffries.
Al hli Ol.t Sland on Main filrnn, In tit Tiillmalgl
llljck.ouu loor Hint of WhIM 4 l.nlU'i Und
. aru Rlciro, L,ncalor, OUio,
WnEKB he Ii nair proparsd to ncrommoiUta
every bO'ly wltu nil the oonirorli orilfn,
THE CHOICEST VARIETY OF
' Comlnliiff of
COFFEE, TLA AND UQAR,
jntii, ts.i isa, Tntcc, e.
nJ ovary lulus U In ine Ornoerjr Hue .
Bacon, Country tc Sii.ir Cured Ilaiui,
Ceitflnh, Wetrlns and MnctrerM, FLOUR, Corn Mont,
Uitemand Poluluo; CHKl'.RK. Inolhor wlili all tha
iiti'kimci mil ennillmoult lu Hi lb) mule for the won
lis bm ruiiuail unt exteoJedbla oatabllibmeut, ind
bu coa al It Snail
. l'',m,,f 8 nlon nit,
Whiro CrikKi. Wine and Bccnri lorvsd up In tbe
gnml old (jnliltinoil tj le
Hl,bc nrd end ih'Mldins for the nccommodallon
Of Hurl" anil lanlnitJi Ii uiu-qinilled In Ihti CHy.
ti o bn'wiin srrutefiil reineiiittorMnro te huold frlundi
and unttitinur. end hopu, by his frunkneuund honoot
nllentliiii lo hniliiiiuto nurll und ro'olve n Ithnrul
llmruof puhlloplronn. U.J. WVUUM.
J.mcmlor, July 8, lOlf
Pillow Citushs: In sppearini before you
to-day in the capacity of speaker, I am con
scious of my own inability to say saylhiog
worthy the occasion, or the attention of suoh 1
aretpeotsbie nssemblipe of intelligent men
end women, l mient, tnaeea, wns a crel
deal of propriety, slop to make you sn tpolo
fiy, but as 1 seldom apoluftizo for anything. I
shall not weary your patience, or irespaia up
on your good tense by apologising for my ina
bility to address you.
Neither shall I stop hereto advise you of
the object of our coming together this is
known io all, men. women and children.
Perhaps some one unjcue.n'ed with hesrat
iTullisand principles upon which our govern
ment prnlesses to tie founded unacquain'eo
with the glorious needs ot our snctstors the
iron will and unbending energy of tiiose who
(ought in "the arduous struggle for 'liberty,"
and the means by which we have attained our
p esent proud position, might institute sn in
quiry es to the meaning of all this; but sn A
mencan school coy would answer thai it u
H e annual return of the nation's birth day.
and that a grateful people have assembled lo
nnce more listen to tha tales of "the times
that tried men's souls," snd the more strongly
to evince their respect (or departed worth to
reloire in th happy estsblislimentof free gov-
rumeot to view the wide spreading Influ
ence of our free institutions and the bright
glory of our national -clmraeier these are
among the wont y objects of our assemblage.
We have now assembled lo commemoiate
that grand snd glorious epoch in our civil his
t iry which Itbetaiedtis fiom the chain of for
eign domination and servitude, and gave us s
distinct position amoi.g the nsilons of the
eir'h. - Eighty two )eara ago, on this event
ful dsy, our ancestors, fired with love of free
doin and patriotism, devoted lo their country
and the welfare ol their fellow citizens, stood
lorlli in the eyes of Hie astonished world and
declared themselves frea snd independent.
Nntue, yes, daring indee must have brae that
pint that mat aroused the sleeping world
I rein its slumbers by proclaiming the doctrine
ol iredi m ot thought end freedom or speech
It was a still small voice at first, moving nlonn
in silence, but it sunk deep into every heart,
anil soon the great pulse of the colonies throb
bed back its mighty response, and hurled den
ance at the teeth of despots and the combined
Looking hack upon tbe condition of the
colonies at the lime the people begsn lo lake a
final separation from the mother country, we
beheld our nation in its early infancy, her
people impoverished snd utterly destitute ol
the means of defence. 1 hey had no power
ful fleets, armies, magazines, or equipments to
protect them from the merciless onslsoght of
tl e most potent monarch of burope. liow,
nppnrently, unequal the con'est, and how
doubtful the success ol the American army.
Yet, reiving on the purity of their cause, the
assistance of Heaven, .ind Ihe protection o
i he Almighty tli-.y ventured forth, and you have
the result before you.
Notwithstanding you are ell acquainted
with the causes which led to the Kevolulion
I cannot rofraln Irom giving a passing notice
lo Ihnt cutalogue of crime and opprtstlon on
the one hand, end patient forbearance On the
other, which finally led to the bold and d
cisiv measures already referred to.
The policy uf deal Britain toward her A
mencan rolonioi, from their earliest settle
ment. had ever been of the most illiberal an
ungenerous charade' i snd I will go ftiflhe
nnd say it ws her Impiety thai drove the pil
gnras on the Plymouth rock. a"d the same un
holy, pemecui ins spirit seemed to pursue thei
descendant! with telentleis aim, down lo the
lateat moment of Its power of action.
The colonies were looked upon as riisobe
dient children, and with ibe view of holding
tbem in perpetual subjection, tbe cultivation
of intellect, and the development ol nnu
were sought lo be suppres-ed. The study oi
the sciences wns, in many instances, prevent
ed 'be object of the ttulisb government be
ing to render tliu American people ignorant.
tbe better to Lriiave mem nnu noiu iriem i
perpetual bondage. "An educated peopl
can never be emlnvf d
Donistio maiiufaclurea were forbid, obli
sing the colonist to send Ihe raw. material to
England in txchanco for f.ibrics at ruinon
cost; families in many instances not even al
lowed to manufacture their own clothing.
Such was the unholy and cruel policy pursue
by the mother country towards Let America
Afier the war of 1763. when France ceded
to England her American possessions, il was
fondly hoped by the colonists that a more hap
py state of affnira would commerce. They
hud hoped, earnestly hoped, that Great Dm
nin, after having seen ttieir devotion to her
interest, would pursue s more liberal polit y
towards them, liut ah, they were doomed lo
Great liriiain saw with jealous eye the grow
ing greatness of the Colonies, and redoubled
her exertions to degrade and nheck '.hat growth
so fetal to the government of the old world.
11 ml wethetimj we might nonce these
facts more in detail, but a general, hasty view
must sufrioe. We might notice that odious
system oftatation without representation, the
duty imposed on sugar, coffee, io., without
the consent of the colonists ihe stamp act,
requiring all obligations to be executed on
ftaniped paper, fur which a nertain duty was
charged. We might notice that legislatures
were summoned by nrmed troopsi even loaded
field pieces were leveled at the doors of their
se.-sinn rooms, as if to make the fear of instant
death awe them into compliance. Our citizens
were tired upon by the British soldiery in the
ilreeta, and our statesmen publicly assassins
ted,-and every act of barbarism and outrage
Inch the nil lire of fiends could invent was
Ilailakun luo Blmol lutnly ovuuplod by 1(. fielding
lu tho Tallmudgo lllock.
onadoor Kail of tha ent'anco lolhsTiillmadira Homo,
-VJtrilERB h koopi cnnitnfitly ou hand for lulr,
)l uiaunniauii aiwriraeiiioi
of erury variety, evorolToiad In tbli maikett Alio
Ladlea' Fu.e, lloboe.l'mbrellua.Cniiea.
tie. All of which he will mil at Ihe loweat llrlng
rolra. and warrant to be equal to any thing of tha
kind In tha Woatorn Country, lie romHiiihara with
gruUlndu hie old fuvlouien. and bopte by en boncit
atioullnn to minimum to inarllauo recflive a unerai
abara nfiliu public piilronncn, tl. BMALLKY
Laucaitar, July S, 1HS0 iiiulO
Fci'dlitiMitt Geiz, ITnAertiikfi',
1 1 rOUI.U reanoctfnllv Inform Iho dltlxaiil of Ijin
caitet and Falrbeld Cnuuty. tlul he bai nur
ohuaad tha rlUKHti nnd KIXTtlKHS or Mr. hnuiuol
Herr.uudli now propurad lo fnriiUh i. -,
COHKINH, , full iijl,., an.l qunlltlen. mW-KHV
rtaitaHt truci, and will atwml PUNtKALs with
Harm tn Utty and Country. My Shop and reildauce
wwn I,,. nnu vim ,i iiuimnuuf rtiruai. i would re
iaciiuii loiivit s maru ur uubde paironniro.
Uneajter, July a. 1810 Oram
COrt.EIRKM UOKTZKHofthaTownof Kmbnrg.
W In the I'nunty of Muullirmiii. Klnrdnm nf War'
Ininburir. Ganiiitny, Is hereby nulltlud that Joint
eeorea uonsarti d. an tha im dv nr Ju v. A. n
ThV must nol OniV WU-n ,rjn- nuiii'iiiumin uieurocs of vne Ulark oriti
- . Cmirl. of r.iiiiiautt PIm. wllht.. ...! t.tr ti.A
uf FalrHild.und rltma nf O'.lo. clmrirliiir lha aald Uot
aioen Donsar wun wioiui autKete ror mora man
luree yaaraiual pats, and aaklns tliul he may he ill
vorceu irom o .iil.l Hollo Don Uorlicr. W i rh Pa
tlllon will aian I for kiMrlug al tbe nat term nl aald
voen. imwi laiiaratuay or July, A. V. 1H5".
JOH OUOROK BOKTZER,
By JOSKCH A.HHAW.hta Alloruay
UaasaUr, July I, less- 10pt$3 0
tCKPORDA PAVIRkuvenarvk aed tha tnlereit
ICJ In tbe late Srm of HICK FORD. DA.
Tbabuilnenorihe Woollen Purtnr
will beeentlneed adder the trio of flli'KFOKD
Kii;Jp.audU Muaieeaaof the late Arm wlUbataltlad
Sylhein.. TrjcaiildftrWOOL .
' " ; BICKFOKD tKXlt.
Utesstar, July i,taie-t(i
practiced by the emissarea of England on our
la il to he wondered althen that such sn or-
anized system of oppression should ultimate
induce the free-born sons of the pilgrims to
se snd assert their rights. They fully sow
heir weak and ' defenceless condition, and
the strong and mighty arm of Die oppressor,
nl they rather chose to fill an honorable crave
ban lo live a dishonorable life of vassalage and
every. They were conscious of ihe justness
f their cause, and the reciitude of their insli
ulions, and relied for succor on the strong
mi of the God of Battles.
Of what courage, bravery and virtue, must
Hint hula band of patriots been composed.
Their names anil deeds should be enshrined
n every American heart. Other nations may
onsl their Ceasars, their Aleiaiulers, their
Cyruses, end their Napnleonst but we can
onsl of n Washiuclon, a Jtllerson, a rrnnk-
n, an Adams, a Patrick Henry, a Greene a
host of patriots and heroes, rising in cloudless
ajesty to adorn and beautify our political hor-
son. Hut that little hand oi patriots nss pas
sed away. Their ashes repose in peace be
neath the soil their valor won Ah,
How sleep the brsve who sink to rest
With all iheir country's honors bhsti
When spring with dewy fingers cold,
Returns to deck their hallowed mouiu.
She there ahall find a sweeter sod,
Thsn fancy's feet have ever trod."
I deem it unnecessary to examine the toils,
trials and sufferings of the American army du
ins the neilod of ihe Kevolulion. I he histo
ry is before you. You have sll heard of a Bun
ker Hill, of the plams ol beimingtnn and bar
Htogn.ofa Monmouth and Yorktown, together
wiih nivny others, pernaps, not less urunoni
and grand. You have heard about the proud
troops ol the haughty king being lea captive
in chains their forces yieldinglo the superior
valor of the tree born brave.
All this is familiar to you and I shall not oo
citpv time in repealing It. II is the history of
y lurcountry, snd lo day when you return to
your homes, and to your pieces oi nusiuess,
ske it and read it, ponuer upon it stuuy u.
And here had we the time we might enter
into a lemrthy consideration of the course pur
sued by i his country in us nnwsm marcn io
fame. We might contemplate our b'ederal
Constitution, Ihe Vajrna tharla of our civil
and religions liberty) might consider its nirely
ad used balance of power between the legis
lalive, executive ana juuiciai, inu nurture in
aistely proportions but time win not attow
Our sovernment is sn experiment, and de
mandi upon our part vigilance and activity.
We should be csrelul to notreiy toomucn up
on our auDooied lecnriiv: for all free inslitu
lions muil be carefully . guarded. I repeal
when our ancestors were about to found, upon
the North American continent, a government
upon the broad and comprehensive principles
of I'emocracv, il was declared aa experiment.
and the world Questioned its propriety. Such
a government was new and comparatively un
tried. Tbe apologists for Monarchy, looking1
back upon the ruins of lha republi' a of aacient
O reece and Rome, declared it lo be opposed to
all order of things lo suppose, for one moment.
the possibility oi a government existing lor sny
length of time, where the people sre ittvested
with tha isw nisking power, snd ibe goTera-
ns prerogative, and that e government so es-
ablished must sooner or later, sins lo contu
sion and anaiehy. So far we have shown tbat
such a government can exist, and let no act
fomission or commission on our psrt prove its
Several causes there are that operate against
he durability of republics, aid against which
you should ever be ready to bend your every
erergy. Be careful that the people are edu
cated. Let education be rhenshed wun atos
te me hand. It is one of Ibe surest pillars in
he Temple of Freedom. Let the people be
d nested and virtuous sua our liberties sre st
Internal dtssentton may he ranked among
the most prominent causes of the downfall of
republics. By this i do not mean thsl a tier
nl parties regulated with prudence sre lo Be
dresded, they should rather be cherished aa a
igilant guard to liberty, inasmuch, by thia
means the maxims of good govetment sre more
learly denned, and belter understood.
But when the organization of party ia noth
ins more than a devoted attachment to men
aside from measures, a blind zeal by which the
leaders of faction ia supported, with no regard
to nolitical consisiencv. wa need not the apir-
II of prophecy lo foretell that the epilepb of
that republic is about to be insenoea.
Here history pours forth volumes to the pur
pose, vt bat was it tbst placed cesser on me
imperial throne of Rome, that enfeebled Ihe
warlike Lacaedemon, nr that humbled proud
Athens to the dust! The answer comes tn
deep lonad murmurs a airong attachment to
men aside from measures.
Another dangerous engine to the libertiee of
ihe people, is an arrogant usurpation oi pow
er -iu the offifera of noverntneni. Thia is sn
nsepsrsble aeoomeapinieut with a blind de
vol ion on tbe part of the people.
There is an Inherent love of power tn man
which prompts him, wben he sees s favorable
opportunity, to crnsp the rcina of despotism
and rise to sovereignty snd fame. Cesser was
not a despot until the people of Home bad
fitted themselves for despoticm. Dyonisius
had not been known ea a tyrant bad not the
Syracusans fitted themselves for tyrsny.
Neither had a Cromwell swayed tbe sword of
bngland had not the bngllsh paved me way
to servitude. Said s tyrant of Ihe olden t'mes,
'none can censure for what I have done,
the people forged the tellers and 1 put I hem
on." No people need fear the loss of their
liberties, unless they themselves forge the
chains that binds ihem. I
Vigilantly gua'd, then, your temple of free
dom, and it shall not be 'violated. Watch
yourselves the sacred edifice, and no intrusive
foot will approach. '
The prople have only to will ihj defense
or their liberties, ond nothing short of Um
nipnit-Qce shall ever enslave them.
But Ut us turn to contemplate for s moment
the rapid strides ihii country bns taken from
her national birth, in her onward march to
fame. Il then eonsisled of thirteen Colonies
with a thinly sca'tered population, numbering
about three millions ot inhabitants. All which
composed tins, with several others States
that lime, hut a howling wilderness, unknown
to clvihr.ed man. With no regularly organ
ized government, and destitute of fleets, srm
lea, lorts, magazine or stores.
Compare this short description with our pres
ent condition. A gnvctnrseut established tip
on the most immutable principles ol Justice
her thirteen thinly scattered Colonies grown
lo thirty three free and independent States,
and eight territories, Willi a population of
iwtuxty five mlilliona nf .freemen; her then
ho "ling forests now smiling, cultivated fields
adorned and beautified with towns, cities and
villages, scattered in til directions, whose lot
ty towers anil shining spires define the places
al lot led lo the worship of Heaven Helms
j -s'io inland teas, and, mighty rolling rivers
extensively connected by canals, opening n
extent of inland navigation without a paral
lei on earth. Her navy spreading the whit
ened sail over every sea, and carrying com
merce to Ihe remotest nations of the esrth.
The prowess of her nsval snd military heroes
acknowledged by all, and 'he terror of all wh
dare infringe her sacred righls.
Contemplate the er.nobling snene of such
nation, rising in the space of little more tha
half s century, from enrnpsra'tve nothingness
to n Slate nl exaltation and grandeur.
Large asproptmtiuns of the publio funds for
the education of Ihe young, placing it withi
the power of sll, the poor as well as Ihe rich
to obtain the principles of an education. Kv
ry station in her civil department open to all
and a prospect of ilsing only on the scale of
merit. Tho civil and Jcliginus rights of ou
people guaranteed to Ihem by our Constitute
end laws. 1 he poor on on equal particips
lion with the rich in all honors and immuni
lies snd what t majestic spectacle docs
present What volumes does it speak
praise of (he wisdom, purity and justice of th
Ion oners oi our government.
Might we no bid defiance tn all the inrrti
tulinna of the earth to come in competition
with ours, where ia the annals of the world
do we find recorded Ihe history of a nation
I hat ever rose reigned or fell, that ever enj
edaucha scene of uninlerupted prosperity
and happiness f
Rome with ell her conquests, nnd all her
glory, forbid an intermarriage between the
poor and the rich, ti reece prevented the low
er orders from rising to nations of dignity.
But It has retrained for our own American
Republic, "like Ihe lovely chief de Auvri
of the Grecian artists, to exhibit in one glow
of assembled beauty the concentration of ev
ery beauty nnd Ihe perfection of every art."
Let mnnarcha frown I Let aristocrats
whine ! Let Kings Irerr.hle and emperors
reel I but the temple of American freedom
stands firm ot the mountain's base and moves
not al all their fierce assailing power. But
fancy not, fellow citizens, because your in
atitulions are thus noble, because they con
ducted you to elevation end fame, because
thev have raised yon to I he envoy and admiration
o! the world, that they are immutable. Cease
to guard them and they ore gone. . Withdraw
the watchful sentinel and the sacred Temple
will be profaned with the vile foot of every
But I precleve that my remarks aro consum
ing mure time than I Intended they should,
and l win here abruptly close by a Driel re-
pen Xzpraaaly for the Laacaatar Gazette.
OLD LIME WHIG CAUCUS.
Pursuant to adjournment, tbe mem'.ert
of the Old Line Whig Party, met is the
ty of Sugar Urove, ticj of the "Wild
njun,"on Saturday, July 3, 1868.
Ihe celeoiation ot thia day. being the
ay previoua to our glorious National An-
iversary. It an event Ions tn be rememb
ered by all who participated in it.
X .ia day wat ushered in bv ibe clangor
f belts and tbe roar of artillery, signals
being given from the Tower of the Cathe
dral,' whose enormous bell could be du-
nguiahed ebovo the general din.' At an
early hour the principal straits were crowd
ed by an eaar and happy throng, and
Vandyke avtgue, in particular . pre-
en ted the most corneous spectacle that we
ever beheld. The house, the entire lenijih
of the streets were decorated wiih festoons
of brilliant drapery and thousands upon
lousanut ol "H.are and Stripes, fluttered
Irom '.he windows and house tops and ap
propriate and patriotic mottoes were every
where displayed. .
1 he "Wild Injun, ' however, at tbe cor
ner of Vandyke and Sharp Avenues, wat
the creat centre of attraction. Here the
Old Line Whig brethren were io be en
terttioed, and its patrtotio host had spar
(1 neither labor or expense in its decora
tiont. A magnificent triumphal arcb mod
led after the "are de triumphs" at Paris
spanned tbe etree from the upper portico
t the hotel to the fiflh story of the laige
holesniH house on the opposite tide of the
avenue, tui mounted by the loliowing ap
"Tb Old Une Wblg Farty the Cnioa,
Tbi Union the Old Una Whig Party."
The magnifjeant balconies of the "Wild
Injun," from the street to the 4tb atory
were decorated with evergreens and dra
peries, through which, even at this early
hour, could be teen the beauty and fashion
Of the city ol "bugar Urove already, as
sembled to gret and welcome the battle
wore heroes of th6 Old L'ne Whig Party
Signals were beinc fired from a small swtve
tattooed upon the promonade on top
of the house, and all eyet were strained
towards the entrance of the harbor, for the
first appearance nf the fleet from the north,
The eag-r crowd that throng, d the streets,
comment ed piessing on towards tbe land
ing as the hour aj proaohod for the arrival
ol the fleet, nnd the members of the differ
ent military end fire companiea were hur
rying to their quarters, attended by numer-
)ut hands of mutio, to organize, previous
to ti e formation of the grand procession.
(Jonspicious among He Infer were the
members of tho ''Sugar Grove Frog Band,"
whose beautiiul uniform! of "gieen nnd
valler," made them the most marked oh.
jeuts io the excited throng, nnd the hearty
cheers with which they Were greeted by
tbe crowd, left no doubt as to who were
Precifely at 9 o'clock, the cannonading
from the battery announced the npprrach
of the fleet mid tli rush for the landing
and other eligible pointe lo tee the tight,
became really tern fit) and numbeis of wo
men nnd children were borne crushed and
fainting from the streets,
We have to record a most painful in
cident, which, for a time, threw a damper
iver the general good feeling. Just as the
crowd were pouring from the various
streets and hurrying across the landing ihe
horses (16 in number J attached to one ol
the express wagons of Adams Lxprcss Oo.
(which had been handsomely decorated
and fitted up for ihe rci'fftiun of the Pres
ident, Secretary and Weeping Commit ee
of the Old Line Whig Caucus,) becoming
mihtnnd al the deafening clamor, (lashed
off toward the entrance of Vandyle av
enue, at a fearful speed, scattering the
crowd to the right rd left. Just at they
entered Vandyke avenue, they name in con
tact with the "Siurar Grovo fencihlea,"
"preceded by the Siringlown Bnd," So
sudden and unexpected was their flfpear
auee, that escape was impossii le, and a
a fenrlul cra5h followed ly wild and heart
rending shrieks lol I the tale. For a brief
space of time, the gorgeous display upon
(he bay was forgotten, and all in ibe im
mediate vicinity rushed toward ihe scene
of disaster. Here pilod up indiscriminate
ly were horses, wounded soldiers mid mu
tiicians, a d the crowd set vigorously to
wotk to extricate the wounded. The dri
ver of the express wagon, Bro. Wappnkan
atta Towson, was thrown entirely from hit
seat nnd after considerable search was found
wedged into the mouth of a bias trombone.
He was removed to Ihe nearest tin shop lo
every inch tbe hero, acd no doubt ftlt tho
responsibility of bit potition.
Prominent among these, we noticed tho
familiar and honest couulenanoe of Bro.
John Sobeneotady Brooks, President of
Old Line Whig Ctucus; Bro. Henry Clay
Whtman, orator of the day; Hon. balder
dash Whaler Carlisle, J oho Lycurgut Tut-
nil, and other prominent members cf the
Old Line Whig Party, who, together with
the Weeping Committee, were especinl
guests of Commodore John Catastrophe
Rtiney. - '
Al each vessel reacnea its (took, Ihe cer
emony of debarkation commenced in earn
est and the immense concourse of aureus
as they left the vessels, were received by
tbe military, and were formed ia process
ion in the following order: '
Bro. Aaron Aureliua Ebright, assisted
by Bro. Ticonderoga Wise, having assum
ed the responsible duties of the lamented
"tall young Senator," Bro Sir Isaac New
ton Sohleioh. Br". Henry Clay Whitman
orator of the dT, in an open Barrouche,
drawn bv six ttiawborry roans, xne
Stringtowo Band. No. 2 Hose Company
Sugar Grove. Sommerset mounted rang
ers. Finance committee. Bro. Jox Bsll.
Hamburg Band. Lancaster Light Infan
trv. Miivor and Common Council of Lo
gan: Logan Rifles. Mayor McVeigh and
Common Council of Laucaster. .field
Marshall Ebright and Aids O rand Milita
rv escort, composed of the Bremeu Blues,
MiUrtey' nying artillery, uitnopjiia
Grenadiers and Lexington riQe com
pany. Ths Wsipino Commutes. En
gine company. No. 4, Sugar G:ove.
Bro. Juan Jfernantiea euarp, wun copy
of Lecompton Constitution.
Steam fire engine, Bellzvbub, of Sugar
Bro. Themistoclet Slionk, reader of the
Declaration of Independence. Thornvflle
iew of what has been said
Can we refrain from admiring the firmness
nd patriotism of that lillie band of hemes who
framed the Declaration ot independence, and
foucht the battles of the llevolution. liow
nobly they stood forth as the champions of
heir oountry. Witness them pledging to each
other, their lives; their fortunes, and their
jacrer. honors, to stand true to their posts.
They saw all wasst stske, snd determined to
risk sll in defence of their homes, their wives
snc. little ones. What fafety had they t Ex
posed each moment to the ignominious death
of s felon. Their remonstrsnoes Heated with
contempt t their petitions construed to cow
ardice. What other alternative hsd theyt
They fell their helplets situation. They ran
ed their prayer to Heaven, and relying on Him
they went forward. Their cry was heard !r
heaven's high chancery, tnd he who holds the
the besrts of Knurs in his hands, and turneth
them as the rivers ef water are turned, moved
the nations of the earth to rise for their rescue
Independence and liberty were established,
and tyrants and oppressors were taught a lea
son that may serve to all after ages, to respect
the rights of the people, and not lo trample
the image of Deity in the dust.
ChetiSh, then, a firm reliance on the arm
of Deity Ouard each avenue through which
your liberties may be assailed. '-Reaped the
rights of all nations; and in so doing yon exe
cute the solemn duly of transmitting uncon
laminated, to prostenty Ihe rich inheritance
of your ancestor " And believe me, when the
tongue that now addresses you is orumblmg
to dust, snd;ilrr esr that listens shall be trace
less in Ihe charnel house ol the aeau, million
who are yet unbtrn. will join to chant the
sweet eTiihemsof liberty, and the music of
INDEPENDENCE shall reverberate through
ISTAn incorrigible wag whob&d lent
a minister a bone, which ran away an
threw his olerioal rider, thought he
should have some credit for hit aid in
"spreading the gosgel." .
e cut out snd whs found not to be teriouslv
njnred. One of the lead horset
passed entirely through the raas dium
rir d knocked down four or five soldiers on
the opposite sido, who were more or lees
niuroil. Uur pen falters nnd our heart
censes to beat when we record the fact that
our "tail young Senator," field Marshall,
Bro. Sir Imnn Newton Sohleiuh, was sev
erely il not fatally wounded, rnd carried to
Chin it y Hospital, where every attention was
iveti him hy the douse surgeon, oro. Jas.
.oker Sharp, who will spare no puns to
restore him if possible. The tall young
Senator and Military enthusiast, had vol
unteered his services to organize and com
mand the military forces present upon this
ccaaion and was riding in advmce of the
'Sugar Giove Fenuibles," nnd between
hem and the "Stringtown Band" when
the oollission occurred. The other lead
horse made a flying leap as he came up to
the Baud, cleat ed their beads, struck Bra
Sir Isaac Newton's horse full in the breast,
drove the horss entirely frcm under him
and taking his place,, carried our Marshal
backwa ds into the ranks of the soldiers,
and tbiew, bleeding at the feet of Ensign
f tulips, who foldi d him in the American
flag and tuperictended hie removal to the
hospital. From telegraphic a dispatch
earn that tint distinguished Brother is now
out of danger.
The excitement attending (hit fearful to
cident, having subsided, tbe erowd again
ruaiied toward the landing, when scene
was presented which can only be witnessed
once in a lifo lime.
At ihe entrance of the harbor, just in
tide the bar, the floet from the north oon
veyed by the y. S. Frigate and BR h,P
"Comccb. Commodore Joiin iaiestro
Dho Raioev. wat hove to in line, as the
Southern fleet, containing the Hooking and
Perry couniy delegalione.sailed msjetticai
ly into the harbor on tha left. The entire
fleet now got underway, the flag ship
"Corn cob" in advance, and at they near-
ed the docks, a thrill of enthusiasm ran
through the t rowd and a spontaneous ghoul
went up from fifty thousand voices which
made the very earth tremble.
As the "Corn-cob" rounded lo abreast
of tbe batteiy, a orowd of distinguished old
line whiga could be distinctly teen upon
ilia nmn rianlr. anrronndinir Commodore
Iftainey, who io hit full uniform looked
Bro. Patrick Corneous Benadum wi'.h
Treasury keys in military costume. Butch
ere association of Sugar Grove. Bro.
Thomas Bullion Cox in citizens dress.
Young Men's benevolent association Sugar
Grove. Independent draymen ol Bug
Commodore John Calastr'ophe Rainey
U. 8. Sulors from the fleet. Bro. An
drew Jeboaaphat Dildine, bearing the Ar
chieves. U.S. Marines. Bro. Ueo. Uon
sanguinity Harris, with United S. Colors,
Brooks Battery. Marine band, uuizons
In this order the procession took its line
of March, up Race street, to the corner of
Montgomery, down Montgomery to Wash
ington, out Washington to lUtli avenue
through 10th avenue lo Grand street, to it
I unc lion with Vandyke avenue, out Van
dyke avenue to "Prospeot Hill" where th
oration was to be delivered, and where
mine host of the Wild Injun had luid out
a sumptous repast, otatnling on the ror
tiuo of the Wild Injun, we noiod the lime
consumed while the procession wes passing
and it was just two hours and sixty-nine
minu'es and sevauty-eight seconds, ad
arrived upon the grounds just I minute be
foro 1 o'clock Bro. Henry Clay Whit
man. Tliomistocles Shook, Commodore
John Catastrophe Riinev, the Wenpin
Committee and other distinguished hreth
ren mounted the stand, when the We
ing Committee rehearsed the National air
"Who's dat knocking at the door "
Bro. ThemistouKs Slionk then read th
Declaration of Independence, with a beau
ty of diction and apprnpriatene a of em
phasis, which, if possii lu, added now pow
er and lorce to mo original composition.
Wo have never before seen so much feel
ing and such power evinced ia rotding this
instrument, as ine reader ioo ins seai
the "Siigtir Grove Frog B ind" performed
tho solemn dirge of
"Hail Coltimbn "
After which Bio. ILinry Clay Whitman
enchained the vast conoourse with a strain
of eloquence, which has never been sur
passed since tho days oi uemosinenes and
It would afford me great pleasure to
give even a brief synopsis of this eloquent
appeal, but I feel that this report M taking
up loo much of your ence and I must
forego the ploasure simply giving you tne
beauiful sentiment with which he closed.
"The American Ennle May bis slmd
ow never grow less 1 1 1
This oiitriiuil and et'irtltng setiUmenl
was received with deafening applause and
the distinguished orator was torn from the
stand and carried upon the shoulders of
his delighted auditors to the banquet,
wheie he was seated beside the President,
which was the signal for ay eneral onslaught
UDon tht delicious cam viands winch
had been lavishly provided by the pa'riot
in 01 1 Line Whig brethren of the City of
of Sugar Grove.
I shall have to omit tbe patnolio toasts
which followed, but the anxious reader
will find a full report in the Sugar Grove
Daily Sentinel, which bad sixty reporters
on the ground.
The immense crowd now began to dis
perse whioh step whs somewhat hastened
by gathering oloudssnd the mutterings
of thunder in the West, which portooded
a storm. Up to this time no aicident, (save
the one mentioned anove ) Had occurred to
mar the festivities and I would be glad to
close my account of this days doings here
I am I'owever compelled to record ine me
melancholy fact that nearly the entire
homeward bound fleet of vessels were ejtb
er wrecked, dismasted or driven ashore
and many valuable lives undoubtedly lost.
The full partiuuhtrs have not yet been
ascertained, but it is quite certain that tin
flag ship "Corn Cob" wns swamped by the
gale, nnd finally dashed to pieces, just out
side the harbor.
The following persons are' known tq be
saved. Commodore Rainey, Bro. Henry
Clay Whitman, several members of ihe
We- ping Committee, Bro. John Schenec
tady Brooks, Balderdash Whalor Carlisle,
John Lveurgus Tuthill. These were most
of them picked up after haying been some
time io the briny deep.
Bro. Henry Clay Whitman escaped in a
most remarkable manner. As soon as he
The writer hereof, was nicked ud after
floating forty-eight hours in a sugar trough,
with body fearfully mutilated by musqui
toet and gallioipptrt, having lost many of
b notes wniou cau never be recovered.
Messengers are hourly arriviag from tha
coast, above and below, with fresh reports.
which nol being confirmed, will not at pre
sent be published for fear of exciting unn
Up to this hour nothing has been beard
from the Perry County Delegation. Ad-
prehensious are felt fcr their eafety.
1 lie next meeting ot tbe Uld Line Whirr
Caucus will be held in the City, of String-,
town. Hotel, Da St. Nicholas, on Salur
day Night, July 31, 1858.
Stccxss Every man must patiently
abide bis time. He must wait. Not in
int!e, not in useless pastime, not in
querulous dejection; but in constant,
steady, cheeiful endeavor; aliraya wil
ling, fulfilling and accomplishing his task.
that when Ihe occasion comes he may bo
equal to the occasion. The talent of suc
cess is nothing more than doing what you
can do well, without a thought of fame.
If it come at all, it will come because it
ia deserved, not because it is sought al
ter, u is a very indisorcat and trouble
some ambition which cares so muoh about
fame; about what tho world soys of us to
be always looking in the faces ol others for
approval; (o be alwayt anxious about tbe
eUut of what we do or say; to be always
shouting to hear the echoes ef our own
Grarel mad Stone! '
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ktdne;a, they become Incapable of expelling auch
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and order a continuance of tho same plan for the enw-
The Directors, on a rnvtaw nftha nn.r. fanl mnM '
thalthetrlnbonln rbii sphere of benevolent effort,
um.v v. a;rui nniieut mine amicieu. especially
bo the yo-iina-. and ihov Iihva rMnivudinj....
elv?. .wllh renewed xeal, to this very Important but
i,iti-u i mpisf-ii L-Biiee.
An admirable Report on Rpcrmntorrhrea.or Remln,
al Weakness. tbe vire of Onanism, Masturbation ol
Self-abuse, and other diseases of the sexual orgni s,
by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mnir (In a
sealed envelope,) FRKE OF OH AKGB, on receipt of
TWO STAMPS for postage Other Kcporia aud Tracts
oo Iho nature and treatment nf.sernal diseases, diet,
Ac. sre constHnlh-being published for gratuitous dls-
iriuuiiiin,ano win oe sent to ine amicted. Some of
the new remedies and methods of treatment dliooverv
ed during tha last year, are ofgroal value.
AcMross.ror Kspon or treatment. Dr. GEORGE R.
CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon. Howard Associa
tion, nozsonin nine sirool. Philadelphia, Pcnnsyl-
num. uj irriiur ,i, ma uirecmrs.
EZHA 0. lIKARTWKLri. President.
GEOKGE PMKCHILD, Secretary.
Aprllg", ista ly.tl
saw (he iminent peril of the Boat, with
that promptness and self possession for
wluoh he is remarkable, rushed into ine ca
boose, knocked down the stove pipe, slop
ped one end with his coat and vest, nnd the
oilier wilb his pantaloons, jumped fearless
ly into the tortured deep, and with a cable
in his mouth, swam ashore, and establish
ed a communication by which many yalua
tile lives were stveu.
Bio. John Schenectady Brooks and Bro
John Lycurgut Tuthill, were both pioked
up floating on a beer barrel, ire latter near
ly exhausted, but the former perfeotly
sound, as he had the presence of mind - to
keep his nose inserted in the "buns hole"
a happy thought which no doubt sated his
We, - : -
THE undersigned assignees of P. Hane, give notl're
to those indebted to the Arm, formerly known
as Hie linn of P. Hane, hy note or hook account to
call and make sottleme' t, between thia and Ihe first
uay or Bepiomoer next. All those having claim
mruhisl said firm, will pleaae present them between
thia and Ike above listed tlino, according lo law.
J. (3. MONTEITII,
i. C. HUB, -July
8, ia'i8 SwtO Assignees.
The Attention of tbe Farmer and:
OF SOUTH EASTERN OHIO.
S invited to tho very full and complete assortment
of lint.lements of 'Husbandrv constantly keDl on:
hand by tbe undersigned. Having had an e iperiuu.ee
by reiidonce, and loveral yean close attention to the1
wants of the fnrmlng community in this section, Ihe
undersigned feel satislted that they bave aueceeded
In Introducing a class of implements, adapted to tho
soil, and suitable for Ibe cultivation of our uneven
surface. Having perfected nur arrangements, we
now offerforsale at MANUFACTURERS1 PRICKS.
a large and complete assortment of
Gill's Celebrated Combination Plow
made of Caal Steel, and cm supply points, or other
parti, that wear out, at any moment. .
The iaasaachus'tts all STEEL
manufactured by Nnurse Mason Or dio.
TheaboxePlowa require lees draught in working our
of a higher polish and loss anbjeet lo Ihe rust which
adhesive soils than Ihe coat Iran.owlno- to their grenl-
er narunessand aensiiy. ana tneir oeing suscepuuie
tbe vegetable aoldi Iq our iqiliproduoe on east iron.
we can mpniy tqeaoova
One or vrq Ifqrsas, either lllgut or
as may be preferred, with or without whe)i or cutton.
vy e save alio a cqnipieie atqex qr
HILL SIDE. OR SWIVEL PLOWS,
Emery's Barnhlll'i Clrolovllle tnd othera.
Tbe Expanding and Heversable liar
Alio. Revolving Harrow, a new and very nieful
Implement. CULTIVATORS, all varieties.
HORS HOE. SEED SOWERS,'
Haying and Harvesting TooTs. Seytha, Sualhi, Porki,
HEVOLVING HORSE HAKES, GRAIN CRA-
DLBS, DOG POWERS for churning, etc.
HAY & STRAW CUTTERS,
CornShol1era,Tbeinomoier,Cyllnder ar Dash Churns,
u . i ' rv vou va -.. .1 I
Bows, Cuttle Tlei-Poit Augurs Garden
rteois noei, roiaioo uiggers, uramoio
Hooks Garden Taoli of everv varto
ty rPrunlug Kniyes and Saws; .
Hedge and tyorder Shears)
Chain Pumps and Reels
PORTABLE CIDER IWILLS,
Agricultural Furnacea. ore. . oie. -
W. .I..1I , nl...HM In .h.HlM. nnv vr.n.l n .1
are satisfied that our customers will Snd us in prices',
as low aa the same daacriptlop of implements can be I
found In the Slato. -
l ne Agricultural implements nnu ovvu nvur ui
. . ro. yy. POTWIN at Co.,
Oppoilte Court House, Zanesallle, Oblo.
JutyS 18W SwlO
Fairbanks Platform Seles.
-c-wtk are buying direct of the mannfacturen' for
if eaab,tbe regular liieanf the above celebrated
Platform Scales, wh loh we will sell at tpanulaoturera'
prices', no freight added.
We can also supply any iliei of Scales, not la Itore,
inquire stths Hardware, Agricultural Implsmsat
ad Bssd Stars of . O.V. POTWIH CO,
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