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THE UNION OP THE STATES-ONE COtikrX1ItY-ONE DESTINY.
LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 18G0.
tBajttte & Democrat.
EDITORS f PROPRIETORS.
a I Inlailf e 0UckTkir lUffut the
fjett at the Heact Ot the Ulalr.
CITY 0? LANCASTER:
John Hickman's Welcome Home.
Popular Sovereignty the True Republican
tree So:l Doctrine.
JO HS Hick MAN OS DEMOCRACY.
Fran th. Philadelphia Bulletin, Saturday Jul; S8th.J
.. Wo have just returned from West Ches
ter, end ill all attempt Id give soma iletch
of (be overwhelming demonstration there
yesterday, during both day and night.
We never remember a meeting which
more gloriously established the fact that
a whole, county, under the leadership of
nna nl thA hmvAflf nt ILA hewv, "
.1 00 iiiuwwi ev uo m uum lu lilt,' UUI1S.
iiVi0ncB'or county wi lead the column of
Libcoiu counties in the Corumcnwealth,
and John Hickman will bo the next Con
gressman from the ruth District (if he
desires the office) just as oertainlv as tlmt
election day will come. No reporting can
idea ot the tremendous turnout
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BOO AND JOB PRINTlSQ.
We art prepared U etecnte ill deeerlpllnriofJOB
W0('iu."u f ArtllS. ClltC'LAHII, POSThHS
U 1 I I TifK VT. an 4 adr rtlhPtltV AT PLAIN
TUB DOCTRINE OF JEFFEKSOX tREASOH NOW.
What Demoorst of tho present day
dare utter mo sentiments of i uomas Jet-
from all portions of Chester and the ad-
Bnaineueardiofabautaitnei.bjt the jeer, tsoo ; jonjjnp; counties, nor Of the intense entltii
Advrliaemnts,hotraerk4nthemulorlpV, i " - miocw emuu
a eoniinaed at our Kjrm until forbid. jslasm of every oian, woman and child who
crowded toe pleasant streets of the town.
The feeling, not only for Lincoln and for
Curliri was glorious, but '. John Ilickniau
Wail the hero of the hour., ...
' Mil. HICKMAN'S SPEECH.
We have toorn for only a few extracts
o o iM Y ni-i-1 to vms. .
i4fffTjktU 0l Itat Cai-rHEXl:Y
C. VVHltMAS.reiilderice l,.iiii-lir. Ohio.
Praati Jaat-JEBSE LtOHNEIt, Ofaceltt Public
BiWW Jf.f-JAMK W. RTISCHCOMB,
.ri-AAKO VV. KHKIOrlT.OmoeetJell.
CIrVcrit-JOHa C. KAINEY, OUloe Pub.lc
AAu"r-l. J. DltOtNK. Office ?Ml Uil.
Trturir P. C. BUN l)llM.OHIoe iut.llf Buildlhg
HutrUrt. RYPBIJT. 0ce Publlo Biilldlne.
rar t. B. HANNu!,OnVr Puhlto fiull.llhgi
Cormir-L. sHHPHrt. lenldenr . kladlaoh tp.
C.iiiM-JORF.PH HHARl,of Bam Towh-
nblni JONAH A. BAKKH, of Walnut Townablp. and
JollS W. CUNNINGHAM, of llocWInf Towuthlp.
S,k..l F. ra-WM. W. WHITHKV. JOHN
WILLIAMS andllRlAH C. ROTTER.
' Uod, Liberty, nod Equal KiehU.
WIDHfAKE RALLY SONG.
. ii. Livtumo.
lt?speclully dedicated lo Wiluam P Creed,
JisQ., of Lancaster,- Ohio, uhoie Patri-
.. otit Eloquence and sound Rational . Phi
Imophy, txhlbilti in ptiblicty defending
the LINCOLN b HAMLIN Principles,
haviwon him the Admiration and Es-
teem rfall Repvllitan Patriots who eh-
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Air uRotin the Bow." '
Huzza for Abb Lincoln ii HamLIk,
The eandidatea ''honett and true,"
A tiait that bas set the folks scrambling
To catuh at the idea newt
To catoh at the idoa new,
To caioh at the idea new,
A trait that baa set the fo'kb iCfsDibling
To catch at the idea new I
No Wonder, to long has the nation
Been swindled on every hand, -By
thunder, our otilv salvation
Is Ab and his " Wlde-Amke" Ilnndl
Is Abi and Lis " Wide Auake", io.
They'll do What they say to the letter,
No maUet what opponents do,
For Abe ia the rery "7ut SplUler,"
To split Up the recreant crowl
" To split up the recreant Crew, kt.
No Norlli or bo South is tliotr maxim
Whilo spreading their L'bkrty Call'.
No East or no Vcst for distraction,
- But Union for one add for all!
But Union for one and lor all, &d.
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Old Abe has the soul of Kentucky
!y birth, and by spirit, and heart,
And lloosicrs and Suekefs are lucky
. Who share in bis glory a part!
Who abate In lata glory part, io.
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The ohoioe of (lit many so gtrioUR
And not of the traitorous few,
While- the shout of the' pbaknx victorious
Is Lincoln and Liberty too!
Is Lincoln and Liberty loo, dto.
Old "Honest Abi Lincoln" at mauling
Of rails was the strongest of men!
He maul'tl S. A. Vovglas out sprawling, "
A nd swears that he'Hiniiul, him again.
. And swears that he'll maul him, ic.
, . . .. . '
c goes in for Quick Reformation,
For freedom, for Truth, and lor Right,
And giving the whole Constitution
y For all in its glory and might. '
For all in iti glory and might, See.
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We'll help him to oust out the robbori
Of Treas'ry, and County, and State,
And, sinking the ahip of the robbers,
We'll run thorn like rati to tbeir fatel
We'll run them like rate to their, &o.
The Old Fossil Whips, now so lonesome,
Clean out of their shelU will be drften,
And olimb into "Abraham'i Bosom"
To et to political Heaven!
To get to political Heaven, dec.
The Democrats sevet'd and Aound'riftg,
Will get to be crnst-ey'd ll 'round,
In looking at Dougte-au wand'iia.
Aid run him right into the gfoonrll
And run bim right inlo tbe, Ac
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Euzza for Abb Lincoln & Hamlin,
Whose maxim it "Freedom-Reform V
Who eiTine Sttve Douolae a lammiug,
Will criTt the Wiu House a new charm !
Will give the WhiteHdjse stwoharm,
Will givttht WbittHoutt aneweharm,
who giving Sieve Douglas a lamming,
Will give the White House a newekarm!
IANCAIIIB, V., Aug. 1860.
doughf.ee, Dcmoorats. . rApblause.l
have no word to say , againtt that vital
Democratic party, but I have a great deal
to Bay aboji t Northern Dorooontio dough
fitcea. They are tbe wannest of the m:an
the most despioablu of all traitors, for they
sell themselves for Southern ,faVor, des
pising the honest plaudits which , tbey
might earn from freemen at hornet It is
these Northern doughfaces that throttle
your free representatives. Strt the Dem-r-racy
of to-day is no, that which Thomas
JefTerson founded; no, indeed, they know
bim not, Tbey follow nut in his illuetr
oub footatepB, but have taken anew course
in tbe political heavens, like some erratio,
meteor, dashing from its present source,
soon to be lost in oblivion. Do you ever
see a resolution passed in their uieetiotra
now, in which the name of Thomas JeiTer-!
son appears? Never! never! Do
orators ever mention it, dwelling noon
his glorious principles, and pointing to
his course as the guiding star of their
political action? No sir! no! You may
look iu vain through tbe speeches of their
members of Congress for the two years,
to find a single reference to his name,
unless it be to revile the measure to which
he gave the sanction of hts political life,
to scoff at his ideas as clitterine
ueavormir to exiena i no area ot iiiitniu
bondage. Douglas is bound to doth l unit
Bell is (he candidate of southern slavery
extenders v .
Then there is but one; course left you
must vote for Abraham Lincoln. Ap
plause. He is the true representative of
freedom. I never felt more like voting
for anybody in my life than I do for "hon
est old Abe" not for any love I bear
him, for I never saw him in my life; hut
I hear everybody from Illinois, even hit
political opponents, tay that he is an hon
est man, and a good lawyer, into the bar
lerson, and stay within tbe rank of his
party? Who now ventures to refer to tbe
sentiments of Thomas Jefferson, uttered
during hit lifetime) while he was Presi
dent, after be Was President, und before
he was President; after he framed the
Declaration, before he framed the Declar
ation, when he framed tho Declaration.
Whc of the Democraiio party can venture
to assume tbe ground which he assumed?
Criet of "Not one."
I tell you that all (hat is required at
this hour for a man to blot out forever all
the honest Democracy in bim, is for him
to say that he regards slavery as a vice,
and ono that could not be extended. It
was lawful for tbe father of democrany to
denounce it aa a crime against God and
Nature but no. man of the present day
dart say it. 1
THE letTil ON SLAVERY EXTENSION.
There is no diQereuce in the two frag
ments . of the Democratic paity in the
South, ,.They both resard tlavtry 9the
higbest' type of civilisation, and indispen
sable to human liberty, . .There l. no dif-
lerence between . Douglas and Breckin
ridge,; vNo one dare any in the South (hat
sjtvtrtr.lt wrong. . Brtnfcinridue says thai
slavery must be protected. Douglas cares
not whether it De voted up or voted down.
Many will be deceived into voting for
Douglas, supposing him to favor the ad
mission, of free Stales. It is the determi
nation of the South that slavery shall co
into all the Territories. ' They used every
means to force slavery on tlie unwilling
people of Kansas. ' They will do the same
in those Territories much better adapted
to tlavery.- The Democratic rty used
to pride themselves on their upholding the
laboring classes, now when do they ev. r
raise - tbeir voice 'against the wrongs in
flicted on them? .. ...,. i . - :
CflixoB ih the Principles of the deuo-'cr-'V''iiincBjif;
The Democratic party does not bold odb
political semimentthat i t held fifteen years
ago. I endeavor to keep straight abend.
If I can't look over men, to toe principles,
then I will, look through them, Ap
. tllE SLAVE TESt OF DEMOCB.tOk'.
I ventured, five years go,in ilia lower
House of Congress, lo usseit tb:it I tho't
We bad tbe right to investigate the charg
es ' whiub had been brought against the
Democratio party,- in regard to forcing
slavery upon the people ol Kauati in an
unwrr;inUble and outrageous mnnuer. 1
aBbertod the right to examine inlo the
charges of fraud which was bronght a
gainst Southern tnen.
. 1 proposed a committee to do this work
of investigation, and since iIioh I have
never been tegarded at a sound Democrat.
Applause.) I htte been- denonnctd as
fcnegBde and traitor, und all because of
that tingle act. Now yon may think
there, are other charges brought against
me, b? which tny. Democracy has become
KUHpeotOil. But, sir, there tre.nonel One
such act is tiifriulent to damn any .man in
the estimation of th so Southern Demo
crats. If I should make every eonfession
of repentance for this net, I Would barer
be reinstated in tut Demooratio pant. A
mau who onct raises hit hanrJ aiainst
slavery, seals bis political life in lliu par
ty, and it henceforth do ad;
. TBI TEBRITOniES.
That laboring maii Who, by bis vote, 1-
low Slavery to go into tho Territories, is
an enemy tobia own dearest Interests, and
if not robbiusr nit o in wife and children
of tbe means of subsistence, . it at least
tearing a hole in tht bottom of his pocket.
But thero it another trouble about tbe
Territories: "Tho future power of this
country, will surely lit in the haadaof
' '.I ' T . J ' . ' .1 m
inote who gain tot ascenaancy in ilo ler
ritoriet, If the Dcmooratio party, by ei
ther ot Hs brunches, shall gain tbe Eiecu
live Chair ft dceot Row speak ot mdi
vidaulrt. for thero art now many hotest
nieo supporting Douglas, supposing that,
by this action, they are 'really voting a
gainst tht admission of tlavery into tbe
territories.) then will tbe curst of slave'
ry bt fattened upon the to. I tty it makes
no difference whatever, which one of
these factions you support, they art equal
ly in tht cerviot of tbeir Soutbtrn tatk
mutert. . .
OW 9BB tOUTEHAl RCLIt TIB K0RTW-.
The South hit ruled tht Northtrn for
ytart, through (hi defection of Northern
generalities, ana miso piiimniiiropy. 1 lie
whole of their legislation, fur the last five
years, bas been in direct variance with
the primary principles of the Democrat
ic party. There it but one way known
nnder heaven and among men, to change
the legislature of this country, and wrest
tho government from the miserable cor
rupt set of men who now hold it; that ia
by grasping the Territories, and planting
upon their soil the spirit of Republican
liberty, that it may rear a race of freemen
instead of a breed of slaves,
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY TO EXCLUDE SLAVERY.
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY AND FREE SOIL.
I am fur Popular Sovereignty Congres
sional 1 n'.ervention,or anything else which
Ml .V 1 l ( t . . .7.. - .
win gnui mo gmrioua cna wnicn l r.sve
Dointed OUt to VOU this flfMrhnnn tf I
their! had business ih Phi'adelhhll thin
it would be very foolish forme to sytbat
I would go by the "direct road" and bo
other way. I would more wisely sitv, 1
will go by Ihe best road; if I find 'the' di
rect road obstructed, 1 can then try the
"old rod;" if I find my way impeded
sgain, I can then go on horseback. I am
lor reacDing yon 'leiritory. with all its
smiling flowers and promises of future
wealth With freedom. I want to get it by
the best and shortest method. I believv
Popular Sovereignty will take me there
It has made two new States free, fherj.
fore, I "judge the tree by its fruits." If
I find it obstructed, however. I will try
Congressional intervention, or any other
road by which I cao reach thai Territory
with fuei-don. My reason is a single one;
It Is to your interest and to mine, thai
freedom shall possess that soil. Will you
come up to this work? For I declare untoi
Ewiug, Fleuaiit, aud Evl Adiai.
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la an tti. Fair Ground., at EiattM' 09 p-irauiea..
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October, A. I, ItOOt laf htaer with a erd,an Jarad oraiaan, Colombua.
Hat ol Ih officer, ana Ike tit lea and ( CLASS O.
regulation adopted by the Society THOROUGH BRED CALTLE.
Pretident-JOHN A. FETTER?.
Vice President JOHN N. LITTLE.
Treasurer J. C. KINKEAD.
Secreiary-C. M. L. WISEMAN.
. EXECCTIVE COMMITTEE. '
Thomas Uarr,J Amanda ' Township.
Wm. Prindle, Berne '
J, M. Moreheart, Bloom "
Samuel Barr, Cle ucretk '
Jonas Gibbony, GteenEeld "
Wesley Peters, Hocking "
W. H. FinLbone, Liberty "
J. Q. SLeetror, Madison "
Thomas Trimble, Pleasant "
Ch'.s. Foredraan, Richland "
Samuel Widoner, Kushcreek "
L. Pickering, Violet
John Gill, Walnut
Horse Department L. Pickerino.
Cattle Department Chas. Foresman.
Sheep, Swin and Poultry W. Petems.
Vege'able Hall Johi N. LirrLE.
Manufactures Hall and Implements
Fln1:il ifnll will rA .ainltr ilovntjfil tr
articles exhibited ov laaits, auu win do
Avirini Coiaaridn-Hugh Love, A. I. PerMIl and
Z. Veiey, Reynoldaburg.
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Class T. FLOTJlt, BtJTTER, 4o.
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do - Iba buckwheat dour
do buihel corn mnl ,-
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vnn that tl.U linnr i, ih. t ; I unu" ."' "uperm.cnaence. eacu ony ot
nthahistorvoftl,..in 'Ihol-Mr.of the following lad.es, asMted
In tbe evenini? after Mr. Hickman's
f... .1... f t i-ri...i xr:..
emphatically I think the Constitution .sp''; (.ere wa a tjrcllllgll p c 0n. , M,ttieConnell.
ha in.! power to regulate o the aflair. J ''P1' a,'s ont all the, M ffl M
of tho lemtoncs, thalithas full power fine iransparencies. and were accompanied Marv Peters and Mrs P Risine
to prohibit slavery within their limits. bv br88 1"'1- They mnrched between Tf . , . ' vr. r ' n Kinkn.i MI.
fApplauso.l I still Crmlv believe in the'tl'O fil of W,.t Chemer Wide Awakes, , "rl "?T, J y.r' Mlf9l
doctrine of Popular Sovereignly also, not
Douglae Sovereignty, which means one
thing north of Maion & Dixon's line', and
still anotlter south ol it but that which I
have preached in Congress and out of it.
That kind of sovereignty which delegated
to the hands of free Northern men in
spired with tho energy which our emi
grants always tske with them in their pil
grimages to the prairies of the fur West -shall
forever give those broad . acres to
freedom and freedom's sons, in spite of
Southern disunionists and Northern fa
natics in league with them. ' Sir, this
great North, with bcr thousands of toil
ing sons, ready at any moment to shoul
der their knapsacks for a better field iu
which to ply their various vocations, can
not fail to possess herself of those smiling
Western lands and plant upon them the
standard of the freed Applause.
The South can not compete with the
Niirth in settling those Western wilds.
The North is superior to them in all re
quisite qualifications lo subdue thcm.and
make them to "smile as tht rose." I know
that the minute ihe Territories are open
to emigration from the North, they will
be peopled by ouf freedom-loving c;i.
zens, and soon will be dotted byourscWol
houses and churches fit emblems ol our
greatness and power. .'
It is impossible that slavery can com
pote wiib freedom, if it is not protected by
the Federal bayonet; and even under such
adverse circumstances, the strong arm of
freedom lies driven back the bloodhounds
oftlie South, and plauted her glorious
oolors on the.blood-bought fields ot Kan
sas. Sii, when we see freedom triumph
ant under such difueukies, may we not
trust that regime under which such nig
hal triumph has been achieved? , It is for
this reason that I. believe in its efficacy
in the cause of freedom. -. . , -how
pjuolai tried to ixtend ii.avf.ry,
. . - and Didn't.. ' 1
Stephen A. Douglas! knowing full well
thtjtdeaign of his Southern madters, en
tered upon his traitorous work With the
zeal of any whipped our.. They tiiod the
plan uiiuor tut most Advantageous cir
cumstances, to them, but as we have
seen, they signally failed." But you have
drawn up the bond, signed it and sealed
it and we all the while protesting against
it now tliltt it Works so charmioirlv for
us, we are bound to hold you to the deed.
Applause. The oompaot is vduVowd
unhallowed wbrk: we would hate 'you'
taste the bitter fruits of retribution.
1 HICKMAM ttft'Eft' a'doWLAS MAN. ;
I never have been a Douglas mau, for i
have always despired bis political prin
ciplesif he ever limtl shy--l say there is
no uiad in the Democrat party .'of the
borough of West Chester, or lb tho coun
ty of Chester, Who has ever heard me say
a word of praise for the person of Stephen
A.,L7ougias, i nave pnvatety ana pub
licly denounced bim, I have spoken aguinst
hint consistently and persistently for ten
years.'. For I known him .Well,', baying
watched bis course closely., I havo not
been deceived. I know that he is. not to
be trusted, even when you have-your eyes
upon nun. - , .
ffOLd THE SOUTH TO THE EANSAS KEBRA8KA
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.... :, , : bill. ; 7; ,,,
We have in tho Kansas Nebraska bill
a solemn law; hold the South to it; They
made us swallow it with many other nau
seous doses the Missouri Compromise
the most bitter of all let ni return, the
compliment. . ,
Again, I say, if popular sovereignty
fails, then I am in favor ot the present
doctrine of tht South, Congressional inter
vention; and intervention, too that it of
tht right kind; driving tlavery forever
from every foot of tbe United States Ter
' ' V0 T0K LIKCOLS.
If it be the desire of tht people of the
United States that we thould tcquirt ter
ritory for tbe white toon in preferenoe to
the otgro sltve, yon'1 cannot attain that
end by voting for Breckenridge, (ot hit
whole politioal lift nat been spent is en-
wbosi lights also made tbe night as bril
liant as day: mid answered salute after
salute. Every door and window in ihe
town seemed open, and every soul in (own
wuseith-r looking out or else in the
street, puNiting to the musio and the tramp
of the mirehiug men, or in some way dem
onstrating their delight
After thoroughly going over the town
the procession hailed at Horticultural
SERENADE TO MR. IlU'EMAN.
Leaving Honicular Hall about II o'
clock, tbe procession moved to the front
of linn. John Ilickniau 'a dwelling. Af
ter several airs bad been played Mr.
Hick mar, wart called out. - He stood on
steps for a few moments surveying the
splendid eight presented by the street
tne crowd tilling up the street as far as the
eye could see, aud the lights glancing on
the beautiful ireos, in front of the houses,
on ihe uniforms, on the windows, on the
excited face i of the multitude, and on ev
erything which could catch the glow ot
reflect the gleam.
Mr. Hickmau theb said that lo had
spoken this day in favor of the election of
Abraham Lincoln, and he ha t done it de
liberately. Great applause. He '.nought
that there was bnt a single great issue be
fore the people, and he proceeded in a few
clear woids to show that issue.
Curious Letter from a Quaker to a Watch
maker. I herewith send thee my pocket clock,
which slandeth in need of thy friendly
correction. The last lime he was at thy
friendly school, he was in no way reform
ed, uor iu the least benefitted thereby; for
I perceive by the index of his mind that
he is ft liar, and ihe truth is not in him!
that his motions are wavering and irrcgu
lar; that his pulse is sometimes s'ow,
which bctokent'th hot an even lempei;abd
at other times he waxetb sluggish, not
withstanding I do frequently urge him;
when be should bt on his duty as thou
knowest his usual name denoieth, I rind
him slumbeiing, 01 as the vanity of hu
man reason prisein 1 "catch him nap
ping.'' Exauiiuo him, therefore, I he
seech thee, thoroughly, that thou mayest,
boine Acquainted with his inward frame
tnd disposition, draw him from the error
of his way, slid show bun w Serein lie
should go. It grievos bie lo think, and
when I ponder thereon, 1 am verily vl
opiuion that Ins body is lout, and mat the
whole mass is .corrupt, uiemse him,
therefore, I beseech thee, with thy charm
ing physic, from ' all pollution, that he
may vibrate aud circulate according to the
truth. 1 will place him ft few days und6r
thy care, slid pay for his bo.ird what thou
requiiest. I entreat theuj friend John,
demean ' thyself on this occasion with
judgmeut,sccording to the gift which is in
thee, and provt tliyseii a woiitmau. Ana
when thou lavest thy correcting hind Up
on him, let it be without passion, lest
thou should drive bim to destruction. Do
thou regulate his motion for time to
come, by the motion of light that rulelh
tbe day, rind when thott lindest him con
verted from tho error of hrs ways, and
more conformable to the above mentioned
rules, (bed da thou send bim homo, with
the just bill of charges drawn out in the
true spirit of moderation, and it shell be
sent to thee tho root of all evil.
GE.NE.SAL RULES AND RtGt'LAtlONS .
Mcmber'a Family Tickets will be told at flriy cetll
eacb. at Uie nlSce on the ground, wbltb will admit a
' mao. tils lfe and rbtMren dndcrlwaniy-nne yaara of
age during me fair, uemiemen noi wiflnina; 10 pur
chase Family tlckola will be furulibtd at the office for
twenty-Are cer.li eatb. tickets whlvb will adroit one
person, lor one da) only. But uo single tlckot will
aJuiitalady with a gentleman.
An adJiltonal cbarireof lacenta for each horseman
entering the ground, each borae and buftgy IS cents,
two bi.rsea and buggy or carriage 20 cent, per da) , or
one dollardurlng tbe fair. (
All lire atock eutrli-a mutt be made by 11 o'clock i
of the Ord dar, all other entrloa by 10 o'clock of the
second day. 1 be books will potllirely close at the
bouia named above.
Hay and Fodder will be furnished free of oxpense.
Corn and Oats w.il be sold to Ihoie who with then, at i
the ooat price.
Ten ner cent, on the nrem'.UHia competed for. matt .
be paid on arttolea entered for exhibition.
All entries should be made the week proceeding
Ibe fair. Apply to Iba Secretory.
. No bora, shall be abowo foi more than one pre
mium. Dlacretlonary premiums will be paid onall article
prosented not named In the hat, which the awarding
commiue-e may deem worthy.
No article will be allowed a premium that may be
All preialuina will be held for the benefit of the;
Society that are not culled for within thirty deys after .
tbe hair. I
Atone of tbe objects of the Society li'.o Improve the i
stock oflheeoonlv. ao Premium at. oflered eeuar-!
atelyoa common cattle; but they may ba shown In
connection with grade atock.
All aged or matured animals that reeeUed Ihe Sret
premium at tbe last fair cannot again compete lor
premium until two yeart thereafter, but can com
pete mr sweeptteake.
Members of Ihe awarding committees will pleat,
preaent themselves at the Secretary 't table at or ba.
fere 10 o'clock a. tu, on the Srsl day of tbe Fair, ao
that vacanelea maybe Sited and the oommlttde be lo
readlneaato discharge their duties.
- The Fair will open each morning at 10 o'clock. It
is hoped that exhibitor will aee the propriety of
maklnglhelr enlriea previous to the flrat day of tbe
Pair If possible. -
Tbe transfer oftlckeU llt bd punished to tbe full
est extent of the law.
No peraon whatever will be allowed to Interfere
Willi the Judgea, or lo enter the ring during their ad
judlcalioha. It la earnestly detired that all toek for exhibition
be on tbe ground before 10 o'clock tbe Srt day, In
order lo have them In the proper placea, and avoid
All stock will be required to be on tbe (round unUl
tbe evening of the third day. I
Ample provisions Will be made to furnish refrnh
meatsof alt kinds at reasonable prices to all who
may attend the fair. . '
A preaent of a Oold Ring of too Value of $ will be
maile to each young lady who will appear on bona
back on the grounds, at 3 o'clock on the Id and 3d
days of the Fair -the number limited In urteen. The
namea of thoae who wiak to appear will be required
to be left with tbe Secretary, up to the evening of the
Onall Hone. Mule and Callle, the'Obio Farmer,'
for one year, will be awarded With the Srat I remluin;
and on Kbedp, Swine, Grain, Floor, Butter, drc.
Fruit and Veretablee, and iomeUr Maneifaeturee.
the "Ohio Culllraior"forone joor, III be awarded
wtlb the flrat premium; but In no cas. will competi
tor recolve more tLau one copy of said publlrationa.
Tbe Fairliopen lo etuiMtora from any part of the
Stale; eacept the stock that look the first premium
THOROUGH BRED HORSE'S.
do yearling buck
do buck iamb
do pair ewea
do . air ewe lamba.
dd Ave head lamba
L. Simmon end Thomas Feliart;
Clais J. LONG WOOL OR MUT
Best Bu.k ..5 00 tl W t3 00
do yearling buck........ 400 do " SOU
do buck lemb 3 (O do " 1 VI
do palrawee 4 00 do (00
do " do Lamba.. 4 00 do " 3 00
do flrehead lamba..... ... a 00 do a 00
do " mutton abaep 8 On do " 100
twerhaf OawMXat-Wn. Matbewa, ditna; Nicholia
Oil! and Ucnty Btlsr.
Class K. 8WI!fE.
Beet boar over ona year old .' 00 Id beat 13 00
do " leas tbaa onayear old .. 3 00 do " It CO
do ' pig ander 0 dfmtbe 3 00 do " 1 0u
du sow over one year old. 3 00 do " v UO
dv " uoder on year old 3 00 do M 2 00
do " pig ander e months 4 00 do ' loo
do litter ptare under elx week i W do ' 1 00
AKanhm Comma D. Mcaaghtec, C. Crumley t
Class L. POULTRY.
Best pair dorkin chickens .11 00 ij baet SO
do pair poland chickens 1 00 do " 30
do pair game cblcksne..... 1 00 do " SO
do 'gaeaa . 1 00 do " 10
do lui dncke. 1 mi do 60
do pair Muscovy ducks. ................ 1 00 do " 50
do pair pea fjwla. .......... 1 00 do " so
do pair Eng. Qrayf... 1 00 do " CO
do pair Bramah Pootra 1 OQ do " SO
do uoop game chick 1 00 do " SO
Airu.diay Corqm.: V. Cupp, A. V. Applegate aad
Class M.-FARMINO IMPLEMENTS
do 10 lb maple en gar.
d. bakar'e brad,i....j. J.i.Ul.
do 10 Ibe doaieileeai)
do gallon domaetle eon eoap
do gallon aaapla ai-'-rtaa 0s
do 10 lbt maple aogar 1
Awmr hmmtttM-le.n Samoal Beerv, Mrs ltobert
Bead and C Dreabacb.
Beat variety greenhouse plants ;.,.2 3d bait I Of
oo arrangea oaaaat of Sowar ;.. 1
do band bouqnt.,..i..,... .ii j
do variety eat flewere I
do " debllaa 3
do pot roe.............. g
do ' verbejiaa .......; . 1
do floral ornament 3
do apeelmen Geranium.
do " Phloxe... 1
do Oerman Aatet--. 1
Amrimt OmaiilHe Mr W J Bese. X'l Dr. EtTloa;.
er, alias anna Ularl, Ml Jlary Datughertr, Mlae A).
made Oupp, Mr Margaret Pad.
Class V. PRESERVED FRUITS
Beet peach CiBMnaa.lar . u tl IA baal afe
do jar, plam preeervae I " do
do do .ntaee do I " 60
do do near do 1 do
do variety plcklee, catsup, ate. .. , t " 1 ou
do !! wraeerves. ...., I " do
do ' jellloa ...... i do
do escamberpkkle .......... 1 " to
do Jsr apple.butter... 1 do
de r! paaeb butter. ..... .... 1 do
do . qulnos Jelly 1 ' do
do !! currant Jelly. 1 " do
do M plnmjellj ,,... I do
do !! grape Jelly , . ..... I 6'i
do Catawba wine. 1 gal. (by maaufac'r) 1 " 1 Co
do blackberry marmaiad...... 1 - 30
do Baapberry do .... I ' do
do Gooseberry do .a. J d
Amonmt OriiHm-Vr J C Klnkead, Kra Iac
Clarrmol, Mia t J a. wing, Mrs Jwhn C Hit, Hiss Eilun
Class W. PAINTINGS, NEEDLE
Work, Embboideht. &.
Best specimen ornsatntal needle work K Id bast 1 00
oe worsted embroidery 1
do ellk 1
do Gentlemen's ehlrt
do ellk ebeollle embroidery. .. .7 1
do crotchet work... ...... 1
do chair tldv 1
do specimen milliner) 9
. t'l 00 Id beet 13 00
. 3 00 de
.... 3 00 do
.... 1 00 do
.... 8 no do
... 1 00 do
.. . 1 00 do
I rej do
, 3 Ob do
Beat aged Stallion tl.l.no
do S year old Stallion, 7.0)1
do "year old do 3,10
do I yearold do 3,110
do spring liorao colt : 3,00
do aged mare 111.00
do 3 rear old Illy 5.00
Jo Syear old Ally ..' 9.00
do I year old Ally S.oO
do spring mare colt 0,00
Id beat 1 10.00
do do S.UI
Beat Thrashing Machine
do Beeping do
do Wheat drill
do Cora pianter.
do Straw and bay cutter.....
do Hurra rake
du Curs end cob crusher .
do Fanning mill
do two bora, farm waton...
do plow for general purposes....... 1 00 do
do award plow... 1 00 do
do ttabble plow ii UO do
do tubaoll plow 1 00 do
do one bore, do too da
do shore! plow. 1 00 do
do t oltirator t. 100 do
do barrow 8 00 do
do corn sbeller v 1 00 do
do oaa-iklrddoteo ra'aeaj.k-. I 1 00 do
do beehive .... I UO do
All tee above article most be exhibited bv tbe Ban
lecturer.- - - -
AvtriUf CbmnwiM M . A Laiat, Andrew Paten abi
Class .V.-MASUFaCTURJCD ARTICLES.
Best two bora carriage.
do buggy -......;
do tmreau '.
do canter table .....
do beuaread w
do eat cbair
do rocklug chair... .
do floor barrel
do tight do
do on. hair dofeu corn urtwma.
do coalcoolttng store
do wood " -
do parlor " "
do lot 11. ware
do lot copper work.......
dw.nlinr Oemiaea Sain'l Wl
aad Tho. H. White. . .
bonnet (bv manufacturer!
erotcbet tidies 1
oil painting g
crayon drawing 1
Sketch Fair ground 1
.13 00 3d bast tJOO
.. 3 UO
.. S 00
.. 1 00
.. 1 00
do 1 00
.do 1 00
do 1 00
do ' 60
do 1 00
do 1 OU
do 1 00
do 1 00
td beet tl 00
do a 00
do 1 iu
do apeelmen Photoarapha. 3
do 1! ahsli work 1
do r. water col. nainrtn . sv
Aitarisv Csai-iiaae Mr. Ueo, Weakley, Mr J. M
ConnoU. Mis Margie 9eew, Mia Kate Clark, Aflaa
' Class X. SWEEPSTAKE3.
Beet Still Urn all age.: .... $15 00
do Mare ..16 00
do Osldlag . uou
do Bull alleges ... 1000
do Cow ell are too
do Are 3 year olds: ihe get of one borae....'10 0O
de five ( year eM. the get of one horse JO on
do Ave I jeer old, the gi of one horse........ 10 00
do Are eolte, the ret of our bore. 10 ou
, In each ease the norae mum be exhibited.
Awerda Csewwathe Mr McMaban, ff Perrr county;
David Taylor, Jr., Beynoldaburg; Or. Potter, Wlncbea.
ter; Wm. Wordea, Orsnvllls; BenJ. Stoot, Stoutsvill..
Additional Rule aad aggeetlone.
No unsound or blsmlsbad animal will ba awarded
Tbe rnle against thowtng animal for more than on.
premium will be rlgldlv euro 4.
In rule requiring all entrlre at Mock to be made
preview to It o'clock of tbe flrat day, moat be observed,
as the Secretary cannot, otherwise, get so lb books
eorrectiy in time, c.
Every precaution will be taken to prevent eeaHenu
and escapee, bnt the Society will not be responsible fer
any tbat may occur.
JOHN A. FETTERS, P-uJut.
C M L. WISEMAN, tyeterg.
Laacirrii, July SO, litb.
A Devil of an Editor. It is said that
one of the editors of the LewisburgCliron
icle, toon after be went to tho printing
business, went to see a preacher's daugh
ter. The next time he attended (be meet
ing he wae coDsiderably astonished at
hearing the minister announce bis text:
"Mv daughter is grievously tormented
by the devil!"' Why d't Ibe old fel
low cast him out?
'-: yWhen we are young we'ere tlay.
ibly employed io proeuring something
whereby wt may live comfortsbty . when
we grow old; and whet we are old we
perceive it ia too let to live we proposed.
Juardinf Ctmmttti Frank Duuleyy, Licking Co.!
Adam Miller, Pickaway county, and G. G. Beck.
iidRSES FOR ALL WORK.
Bataged Stallion tJIS.OO
do Stallion, light harness, l.i.no
3 yearold Stallion.....
1 year old d.
1 year old do
f elding, light harness..
do dran .......
do 3 ;ear eld
do S year old. .......
do 1 year old.-
bed f 10,0
UO ' . 111,011
S 110 do
do do3;esreld 3,00 do
do do S year old. 5.00 do
do do 1 year old... ,t 00
do Spring horse coll 3,00 do
do taiidlo horse, mare or gel. 3,00 do
4triit tiramiKse Isaac TEtoinaa, Edward liar
rlt, snd Henry Horner. f
CLASS 6. aT .
Fastest trotting horse, tnare 01 gelding, lfg. , .
agalmtti ore, distance one mile.. 130,1
jlieardiar Caaraitdcs John Van Pearfo, MaTthll
Audorton, Pickaway co., and lames Wiley, Newark.
MATCHED AND BLOCDED' HORSES.
Id bmt 110.00
do do- 10,00
Bettfafr matched hoYses 1S",00
do a ot blood bullion... 15,00
do do 3 year do do .... 7.00
do do Syear do do .... 3,00
do do 1 year do do 3,00
do do Jyear did gelding. -.- 5,00
rfn rift U raarold reldinST... S.OO
Best X or X 1 t" 'dln(t. SeW do
do d. do spring horse colt, 3,00 do
do 0 do mv 10,00 do
do do do 3 year Ally 5,00 do
lit da da t vaar Allv S.OO do
do de do 1 year Illy S.oo do
do do do spring mar. colt, 4,00 do
Ammriif CeaieifirsswjMe. Mlddletnn. ferrt DU-
dine, taiOopoue, aaai wajma. wwaapeeia, vuwiwvuiw.
BetbroJaareerlibroeJalUrtlO,00 Id beet $i-00
do mare light barowee T,0O do do 4J
dv mar. all work ,frt do do 4.00
do S yearold Ally.... 8,00 do do 1,00
do t year old Slly M. 4.0O do- do ifi
do 1 yearold Illy ...... ... 3,00 do do 8.00
do pnagmareeolt. 100 do do 1,M
A n.l e matsharf siaiea lfl.OO d. do t.00
d rtdirg horse abewa by lady ,W to de l,Wt
Btat utn'i Hdilt..,M H, f3 00
di &ddi..,. LUU
do brldlt) avtsd mtutt&fatM ........... 1 UO
do Ugbt ctarrttavt) 6rnid S(X)
do I Ik lil bugjf? " 600
du light ft.ru. btrowi. 3 UO
dt hot COllftT H aweee S UO
du alii tfoU UUi.r 1 u
do upper ltMthtvr do
do lurnew leftthtr dv
do oilf tit in ; ;. do
do lr of flit tooU M...r do
du curM booU... H da
dj ptlr leni'i ilipri. do
do pair " mliroldwfed... do
do eew do
do bo do
do utftttock i , ,....r...... da
and Juhu J. Umotro. . t. , ,
Class P. GRAIN i FIELD CROPS.
BmI hilf btnhl wli'tt, whlt-...,... $1 vd bit 1 00
d . tiw , bMt, rtdt....,a,.M. 4 : M i do
do do ' rye i! " do
do do ottti M. t 11 do
do du lrIeT-. t do .
do do cJru ip tliwtttf.....Wa do
do do buckbwh-i " do
do do , ctoTrtedH.......M..H.. V " do
do do timutb.sw.e.H If ' do
do J 11 J on wn wheit.,,,,,.,.... 14 3 fO
d do ! " corn... 6 " do
do do " oati 5 do
do do ' barky .e.n.....-. fl " do
dO dO U r.T6..... aw.. ee.ttway tf dO
flUteiaaata mmt be fui'nipiied' the coo.mifte', ihow
Ing tbe qua.. of lb eoU and tbe method of cultlTa
tlon, Ao. Tbe -Dtry fur com aa be made, and ita ta
me at furnluhed to lb Sochity at tbolr Uecenuber meet
ing, wtreii tbe prrtulunre wlrl be aaraVd.
Ardiv Oamntiul)nM CoUfnt, tvcob Haber and
Class Q. DOMESTIC MANUFAC-
Bert fen yards cloth lit prerd1...! 2 00 3d beat 1 00
do pair blank!
do bed comrori . .
dn lamp mat
root ooee .
nalr of wool half hnee
f do made ooat, vest, pants, hal
do douote coverlet
do' single coverlet
Amentias; c'eaneinVe Jfra. Baniel Kaller,
ami airs. Geo. smelters.
Class R F'R'Ulf.
Bet kf&da winter applaa,lt prem. ts no td best 1 00
do 6 kind fall apple do " do
do (IngV apec'as of winter epple dn r " o
do single apectmn do do " do
do ample pear. db '
do cample qaiasee do " 5
do oatawba grapes ' do " do
de lsabsdla grapes do " , do
do sue-half boabel dried afpl.l do !' do
do one-half bushel dried peach do " do
da sample grafted peace ea do " do
do aaapla aeedllng peeobe 100
Awawdwas Osaaiiia Bookwa-tar, B. Jr. Black end
Best kIf ka. VsabeanMlt potaMa. tl M beat 100
o " bio polaloe. t " do
a. rink ewea t to
Priooe Albert. . ... t " do
of anyeabar vaxlety.w.... 1 " . aVo
tweet pataloe i,,....- . 1 "
teralpa I "
eeas.r. I " o
oalont ........... 1 " do
Did I Not Do It Well!.
A rich man went to Washington, where
he bsl met with member of Congress
whom bt had known whn a lad in a very
different condition of life.
Why, sir,' 'are you member of Con-
gr.'8-ir i rememoer Wiea you used to
bla-'k my boots for me,'
'Well, air, dif I nut du it well?' was the
prompt and appropiiate reply.
Now, boys, let me tell yoa something.
The great secret of success in this life is
doing well whatever ona bas to do. Aud
that thing is not iu all respects well done
which Is not done at the right time.
'Whatsoever thy han f findeth lo do, do
it with thy might,' snd 'never pat off till
to-morrow what ought to be done to-day.'
Do what you have to do promptly, and
you will not fail. True and lasting suc
cess h not tho result of clr nee or luck,
but of God's blessing un well-directed ef
fort. If vou would prosper, vou meet
1 strive for it. . -
ISor is there any honest occupation,
however humble, that is not honorable if
wel'fol.'owed. No one need be ashamed
of humble birth, or hesitate to own the
lowliest labor, if ho can say the labor was
well done. Biblicul fieiord.
Reception I'rognnme for the Prince of
Wale at St. John.,
St. Johns, N.F., July 22 The prep
arations for the reception of the Prince of
Wales are nearly completed. There - ia
much excitement among all olasset in
view of the contemplated event. The pro
gramme of demonstrations' ffiif be, on
the first day, the Governor, Bishops,
Judges, ka. meet the icyal forty at (ha
wharf, and the di'uVrcnt societies, headed
by the masonic body, firm aa escort to
the Government Ho two. In the evening
there will te a display of fireworks, tnd
tbe public buildings will b illuminated. '
On the second day, the Prince holds a
levoe, and receives an address. Theie
will be a regatta on Lake Quiveva, and
probably the Prince will drive around ihe
lake. In tbe evening there will be a
grand ball, which the Prince will attend:
Un the third day he embarks, and the
arrangements art the same as at hi. land
The weather it beautifully elef r and
The squadron it txpeetod hare to mor row,
or Wednesday evening. ;
The House of Parliament ii handsome
ly decorated, und mbroh eutbosiasui pr.
ails. , ,
jr"Ten dayt per annum ?t ft m r
g e"olfies8 of .h'ltn.'ifi ' life Ahn': 'io,
eg of thirty-nix ihi loan aa '.; ."r '-"
becomes fat tf, ac'i th St cv. !ese