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" CITY OF 1ASCA8TEE:
AVfMtac'day Uve'ng, Kept. 1$, 13
t . From the ihio" Eagle. "" , ;
Thr, New Hampshwb CoHfTiTirTiow
Two Thirds Vote necessary to amnd '! -The
recklessness of the whig press in attack
ing General Pierce on account of the
"Catholic Teat" in the New Hampshire eon
Btitution, is perfectly characteristic. 1 It ia
undeniable that ha nai done more than any
living man in that State for the repeal of this
test. But the attempt made tc repeal have
failed, though receiving a large, majority, for
want or two-thirds of the .votes cast, in its fa-
Vor. H '- ,
The Gottllr, well aa other win paper
"in the State, havo asserted that a .two-thirds
Vote is notrequired. The assertion in false,
tts the following quotation from the present
'constitution of New Hampshire will show.
In the last paragragh but two of that instro
Wnt the reader will find the manner ofa
S'nt or alteration laid down. The
i . ..ntorn-n in the paragraph reads
asMsa -- 7 . "i- t.." i .i.. .
""The delegates to lie cuuwn iu- nine
manner, and proportioned as the representa
tive to the General Court; provided, that no
alteration shall be made in this constitution,
tfnt the same shall be laid before the towns and
fixated place. AND APPROVED BY
TWO-THIRDS OP THR QUALIFIED
VOTERS PRESENT AND VOTING ON
:The reader will we now, that though tbe
last attempt made by the Democracy of New
Hampshire, tinder the active and ea.ous
leadership of General Pierce and the late
Judge Woodbury, waa endorsed by a i ma
jority equal to the Democratic strength of
the State, yet that It was not sufficient be
cause that party have not two4hirds of the
votes in that State. ." " .
The recklessness of the above statements
and their utter falsity hae scarcely a paral
lei in the present contest. We briefly re
ply. ..A . ' . 1-
Instead of doing more than any living man
for the repeal of the test, the records show
that he acarcely did anything. Ho did not
even speak In favor of repeal while the ques
tion was under consideration.
The Gazette never asserted that a two
thirds vote was not required to repeal the
The repeal of the test was not endorsed
by a majority equal to the Democratic
strength. "'.'.' . rr ,
So much for the article Why does not
the Eagle publish the official votel We
have done so, and will furnish that paper a
copy for publication. It will thefe be seen
that strong Whig towns voted for repeal;
that, strong Democratic towns voted ngainst
repeal. This fact is significant and when
taken in connection with another fact that
the Whigs of the State have in convention
endorsed repeal, upon whom does tho re
sponsibility rest! The '.ruth is, had the
Democratic towns joined the Whig towns,
the odious test would have been wiped away
Now why is tho test not abolished! The
vote shows that very many Whigs voted for
the repeal, and. had Pierce the .influence
claimed for him, or had he exerted that influ
ence" as he rtiould have done, his town aud
county would not hare voted so largely a-,
gainst rcpcil. ,
A few words more. Religion has nothing
to do with this argument. It is a simple
qus3tion of a political right, denied to a cer
tain class of citizens in a Democratic State.
If ia. tin finli-ilnmocratic test, at war with
the spirit of our institutions, and opposed to
every principle or American monocracy.
We would pot oppose a man on account of
his religious creed; but wc would oppose a
man who' In high elation did not exercise his
influence for the repeal of an obnoxious test,
depriving unjustly a large class of citizens of
rlrivi leges to which thry are as much entitled
as their noighbor.ieon thesimplo ground that
he is not a good Democrat. The cry about
appeals to a man's religion, is all ganimon.
This is another question altogether. . A test
of this kind, no matter who it effects, if a
disgrace to any State, v " ,
Now let the Eagle, Instead of falsely chnrg
ingthe Whigs with defeating the abolition
of this test, publish the official vote, and
thon.its readers ; can judge for themselves
whether the party, or what party, ia respon
sible f The flightof fancy about tho active
and zealous leadership of Gen, Pierce is
mere fancy; thpre are no records to show
that he did anything more than merely give
his opinion and bis vote.
These reminiscences may bo unpleasant
to the Democracy who have been laboring
for years.to inpitc certain classes of our citi
zens against the Whig party; but they must
blame their own organ, not us, for keeping
them before the people. Each week, it re
iterates the above falsehoods in some shape
or another, and we can do nothing elso than
show who is resposible.
fn March'I8&2i when the voto was sub
mitted to the people, the Pierce candidate
received 30,999 votes the abolition of the
test only 9,566. Iii Hillsborough, Pierce's
town,, the Pierce candidate had 234- votes,
catholic cmancipatiqn 15 voter. Tnirty-one
strong, Dettfocratic towns, which gave the
Pierce candidate 4,797 votes, 'on the test
question voted 340 ayes to 3,966 nays.
Nine teen strong whig towns, giving the whig
candidate 4,135 votes, voted on the test ques
tion 2,681 ayes to 791 nays. It is perhaps
proper to add that very many, who voted for
Governor, did not vote at all upon the test
question, '.But the above figures are signifi
cant, and instead of stating general false
hoods, let the Eagle explain away their force.
We might extent the list and make still fur
ther .' comparisons, but wo forbear. ""There
are very many other towns, which rolled up
jlcavy votes for the Pierce candidate, that
did not muster a corporal's guard for eman
cipation. The .. Democracy bad it in tlioir
po wer, .to repeal he test with the aid of the
Whigs, and are responsible for : It. The
Whigs never had it in their power, and are
" OSffTn" last Eagle publishes an article
which charges that no "worthy soldier" in
the Mexican War will vote for Scott. It is
Sybase libel, and could only emanute front
corrupt heart. No decent man would make
the charge, n respectable man wtuld re
publish iU . Are the soldiers of that War to
,bi .branded as "unworthy," ' because they
love and respect their Generaland intend to
vote for him? SJiame upon the miserable
likelterttv - - : .',,.,...'.
' 05-The rich men of, Philadelphia; New 1
' York and Boston all become so by advertising !
A Mass Mfciing of tho friends of
SCOTT AND GF1AHAM
will ho h"ll in i ant-aster,
OV TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1852.
Ujon thnt occasion will lit present,
. HON. W. DENNIS, Jit,
of Cultlinf us
HON. WILLIAM E. FIXK,
of ytitiu r-t t,
And oilier jililo Speakers whose
n tmes will lie minou'iccd in due
' ISolt'. The time, it wi'l he no
ticed, haa been changed from the
ilst ot 5e:tt!iii!ur lo the iil'i l
The Ntw Hampshire Test. In reply to
the abuse heaped upon him Ly the Locofoco
j press and orators, W. E. Robinson thus
closes a letter in which he alludes to his
propositions heretofore published, the main
onea being that the Democracy of New
Hampshire are responsible for retaining the
odious test in their constitution and that
Gen. Pierce did not take an active part In ef
fecting its repeal: . . "
And now what other effort can I make to
test my sincerity in the declarations I have
made! I have offered to forfeit one hundred
dollars if any ono of tho eight propositions
can ' be proven untrue. I have offered to
leave it to a gentleman not prejudiced in fa
vor of my side, t will willingly lot them
name any referee similarly unprejudiced.
Nay, if any question arises which will ren
der it necessary to go to Concord to consult
the documents,! will engage to pay the ex
penses if I lose." I will go further, and
pledge myself that, if they prove that I have
mis-stated the facts in the case, I will vote
an open ticket for pierce, and King in this
City, at noon on tho second day of Novem
ber next. " Cnn I offer more In proof of my
sincerity? Will any amount of low and de
spicable scurrility serve os a substitute for
arguments ogaiust propositions like these?
Respectfully, W. E. Roiussok.
(KrThe Eagle continues to re-publish the
disgraceful article about our German' citi
zens, purporting to come from tho Bucyrus
Whig. We again charge thnt the article
was written by a Locofoco. Does the Eagle
denyilT - '' "; " ' '''
Barnum's Museum and Menagerie
Morday, the SOth hist, this fumotis (ravel
ling museum of wonders will be in the city,
with its big and little elephants, its wax fig
ures and curiosities, and other varied attrac
tions, for the particulars of w'.ich see adver
tisement. This exhibition is something
new and essrfftiully unlike any other iiinef.
ant curiosity shop, which, with the re
markably varied character of the entertain
ment, forms its distinguishing feature and
will attract a crowd. A single price of ad
mission is all tint is required to see tho
whole. Tom Thumb alone, with his per
formances will draw a crowd. It is said
that the present operation has proved one of
Mr. B'smost successful efforts.
. Agricultural Fair. As this is the lust time
the list of premiums will appear in the
Weekly Gazette, it will be well for our sub
scribers to preserve a copy. We hope that
every effort will be mid j to get up as jr.iod an
exhibition of article as possibly can be done
with so short a notice, ikreufter, there will
are luking a deep interist in the matter and
we can now prophecy for tho Society a long
esfccrof prosperity.' It will prove a valu
able auxiliary to the farming interests of the
county and will stimulate all to keep pace
with the progress of thge.
Religious Notice. The Rev. C. Gray will
preach at the Methodist Protestnnt Church,
on next Sunday, athalf past 10 o'clock, A.
M , and in the evening, and will preach reg
ularly thereafter every Sabbath morning and
Religious Notice. The Protestant Episco
pal Church will be open for Divine service,
athalf past 10 o'clock, on Sunday morning
next. The Rev. Daniel Risseb, who has
recently been appointed Rector, will offici
ate. H. 0. Farrell'i Cslebrated Arabian Liniment.
It is n erroneous Ulo thtdiaeftfl cannot be cured
except by taking Urge quantities of rreJicinel into
the Rtomitch. ill oreat manv caitpa of which much iv.
Jxiry ta (lnc, a'though the disease in point be actually
curat, i no coara 01 the a'omacn y ominuea ue 01
nauseating mixture,, frequentlv bucmno so much dis
ordered that the digestive Junction U tcrlously i..jiw
erf the result of which ii dvajiepiiia, nervotianeaa,
chnlica, alternate diarrhoea ami cos u'eiioia.llalulenco,
nightmare, etc.otc Wou'd it not, therefore, be very
duairjble to possess remedy, which beirg applied
externally would excite tho absorbents to increased
action, i nd thus rarry off through this medium, the
deleterious principlo which ia the direct cause of tho
diseasel Surely every thinking man will admit that
this would not only b the moat pleasant, but by fur
tho safest means to elfect tho desired end. The al
most iipei'huinancurea performed by the Arabliin phy
sicians in the days of old were main y effected by this
coiirsK ol treatment, and the Inrodients of w hich .
0. FurrcU's tVcbrated Arabian Linime it it com
posed, re axtracb'd trom rare -plan peculiar to Ara
bia. ThU great Liniment (which is n -w to be had of
most respectable druiista and merchants' In ovary
town latin United States) ia daily cil'.tolin cures
which aeem boyond I lie power of medicine io con
tro' consumption, bronchitis -'n H.er comp'nints in
tho'r first at noes, norvoua affections, indigestion, on
Urgrmeot of the sp'een, scrofulous tumors, goitre,
etc , etc, arc frequently cured, and always ru ieved
by its uso. It is unsurpassed as an onodynj reliev
ing severe pains in a few minutos after application, it
a.olhes tho irritated uei vea, and produces that de
lightful tran ui'ity so grateful,to the mrvous inva'id.
prainSfbruisea.vonnds, burns, aorethi'oat, rhi'b'ains,
rhcumatisni. sun pain, etc., etc., are speedily cured
by it, and for nearly all ai'inents in horaos or rattol,
rocjulring an external app i aiion, it is a"effectual re
I.OOK'Ot'T FOtt COUrjTKRKr.ITJI ,;
The public are caution.-d against another countor-feit,-
which has lately nude its appearsnco, ca led W.
Ii. h'amWt Arabian Liniment the most danarrout
of Mthe counter oils, because his having the name
of r arrjll, many will buy ui good luui, wi hout the
linowlodge that a counterfeit exists, and they will per
lisps only discovor tlioir error when the spurious mix
ture has wrought ita ovil effect.
Tbe genuine artido ia manufactured only by II. O.
TarrcIL ao'e inventor and proprietor, and who'esi'e
druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all spp Icationa for Agencies must bo, addressed. Be
sure yon gel it with the tetters H. 0 beforo Karroll's,
thus n. V. KAKIUXlS end his signature on the
wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
bod by. G. KA1J: KM AN 4 CO., Lancaster,
ami oy rvgj ar y authorized agenu throughout the u
nifd' States. Price 96 and 60 cents, and $1 9 bottle.
AUKNTS WANTKD in every town, vi'lage and
hsm et In tho United States. In which one Is not al
ready established. Address U. O. Karrell as abovo.
accompanioa witn good rcleronca as to character, re
sponiibiiity.eto. . ;... 8npt. S tro
vilte and Mayavillo Turnpike Hosd Company,
wi'l be held on Monday, IheOth day at September,
A.D. 1H62, at the Crrr IliU, in Lancaster, Ohio, to
perfect arrangements, if practica bio, for the purchase
of said Road, at the sale thereof advertised by A. Has
set,' Receiver, etcto be held at Chiliroihe, on the
9th of October next. The business of-the meeting
will be highly Important and s full attundence by the
Creditors or their authorized agents ia desired. ,
, Ft.; H. HUNTER.
" ' la behalf of the General Commutes.
UncssUir, August 30, 1863. .
Oazetta1, Chill icothe; Post, Somerset: p'ease copy.
yiistrtrxa to u aw.did at tu rait
riamu cotrsTT AoKicmnrxAL tiis
TO BB HXLD IZi.1 LAICAITEI . 01 THTM
SAT AMD niBAY.TU SlBT A9D ttt OT
OCTOBE I8W. .
Lancaster, Ohio, August, 28, 1852 At
a meeflnj of the "Executive Committee" ol
the "Fairfield County Agricultural Society,"
the following list of Premiums to be awarded
at the r u-st annual Fair, to be held at Lan
caster, on Thursday and Friday the 31st
and 22(1 or October, 1S52, was adopted.
Class I For best thorough bred ioinoru
od short horn Bull over S years old owned
in the County. Diploma.
2d best do 1
Best Bull 2 years old
2d best do
Best Bull 1 year old "
2d best do "
Bull Calf . . "
2d best do "
For best short horned Bull over 3 year old
raised in County
I'd best do
Rest 2 year old Bull
2d best do
Best one year old Bull
2d best do
Best Bull Calf -
2d best do
Awarding Committee -Thos,
Aujr. l'ernl, John Wylie.
Lluss 2. Best common or Grado
over 3 years old -
2d best do
Best do 2 years old
2d best do
Best do I year old
2d best do
Best Bull Calf
2d best do
f cmnles same.
For best Milch Cow, without
2d best do
For best pair Work Oxen
2d best do
For best short horned fat Steer, over 4 years
2d best do "
Best between S At 4
2d best do . .
Best between 2 Si 3 "
2 I best do .
For best common fat Steer over 4 years
2d best do 2,00
Best between 3 & 4 3,00
2d best do 2,00
Best betwecn2 &. 3 2,00
2d best 1,00
Award. Com. John Reber of Pickaway
co., Isaac Claypool, Wesley Peters.
Class 1. Best imported Stallion owned
in the County. Diploma.
2d best do "
Best Stallion owned and raised in the county
over 4 years old 6,00
2d best do . 3,00
Best do 3 years old 4,00
2d best do 2,00
Best do 2 years ..4,00s
2d best do 2,00
Best Stallion colt over 1 year old 2,00
2d best do 1,00
Best draft Horse over 3 years old " 3,00
2 dbest do . 3,00
Best gchling for light harness 3,00
2d test do' - .- a.oo
Best pair Matched Horse 4 4,00
tfd best do 2,00
Award. Com. Geo. Beck, Henry Fitik
,bone, Abraham Tpplegote.
Cfu.2. Best Gi,ldinjover4'yrVold 3,00
Best Maro over 4 years old 3;00
2d best do 2,00 I
Best Filly 3'yeurs old' 3,00
2d best do !T,00
Bet ilo2 years old t 2,00
2.1 best do , 1,00
Best Mure Colt . - : 1,00
2d best do , , . - . 1,00
Best Riding Horse or Mare to lie showed by
a Lady .v.-'- 4,00
2d best do 2,00
Award. Com. D. Tallinadge, Jsmes W.
Pearce, F. J. Boving.
"JACICS & MULES.
2d best do
2d best do ..
Best single Mule
2d best do
Best pair or Mules
2d best do
Best Mule Colt
2d best do
Award. Com. Wm. Pliclan, Jonn Sliaif
fer, Samuel Cupp.
Best Buck over 2 years old
2d best do
Best under 2 years
2d best do
Best Ewe over 2 years old
2d best do
Best under 2 years old
2d best do
Best pen of 5 Ewe Lambs
2d best do
Mixed Stock same as above
Award. Com. James R. Pearse, Daniel
Keller, Jos Stuckev.
SWINE. ' " -
Best Boar over 2 years old
2d best do - -Best
Bonr over 1 year old
2d best do
Females as above.
Best pen of pigs not less than 5 in No., and
under 4 months old 4,00
2d best do 2,00
Award. Com. Samuel Wiser, John Gill,
John A. Collins.
Best pair Game Fowls
2d best dtt-';v . ..
Best pair corftuion Fowls . ,
2d best do -. ' '
Best pair Poland Fowls '
2d test do .. , . ' -
Best pair Dorking "
2d best do-'
Best pair TurkcyT
3d best do .
Best pair Ducks
2d best do
Best pair Guinea Fowls
Beet pair. Geese
2d best do . - - .
' ., 2,00
' ' 2,00
Awaa. uora. u. otemmanr
baugh, John' Price.
Best 6 lbs-Butter,'
" 10 " Cheese,
" loar Baker's Bread,'. .'
' " " Domestic "
" ' ., Sample Honey, .
" 6 lbs Maple Soirar, ,
Award. Com.-T. V. Reber, Jno. Lyons,
Judge Perry., ...
GRAIN AND FLOUR
Best sample Wheat,
- Rye, - '
; " " Barley, .
' '.. ... Indian Corn,
" " Sweet Corn,
-11 . Buckwheat, '
" Flaxseed, .
" Timothy seed",
- 'Clover "
Not less than 4 bushel, c&cfr.
Beet bbl. flour, 1,00
" 60 lbs buckwheat dp" ' 1 1,00
. u u . cornmeal. " V 1.0O'
Award. Com. Joseph Parker, Richard
Hooker,-C. Baker. r ' v
1 Irt smAsm at.imMlll 44 a flit a.1 " ' t
Best 10 yd domestic flannel, 1,00 i
14 Woolen carpet, not less 10 yds ; - I joo i
- nag carpel
" 10 yd tow cloth, v
m flax ' .
" double Coverlet,
" jungle coverlet,
M patched quilt,
" . pair woolon stockinjrs,
" . " " ., socks,
Award. Coin. Geo. Rine C.
Best 0 heads cabbage,
lii . beets,
12 carrots, . ,, .
" tomatoes, '
bus Sweet potatoes,
I do Irish da -
Hample cooking pumpkin
Award. Com.-Hcnrv Miers. David Brii'bt.
Best 6 kinds winter apples,
" 6 " Fall do
" sample pears,
" Catawba grapes,
" Isabella do
" sample quinces,
Award. Com. John U. GicKv. Auvuatua
Wilson, D. Huber.
Best collection roses in' pofs
" variety dnlilns,
" Annual flowers in pots
" Cut do
"Basket of flowers
Award. Com. Dr. M. Z. Iireider. Mrs.
D. Tallinadge, Mrs. John C. Caesel. Mrs.
Geo. Weaver, Miss Susan McNeil.
FARM IMPLEMENTS, OPEN TO ALL.
Best plow for general purposes,
" Corn, -
" Sub-soil plow,
" Wheat Drill,
" Corn planter,
" " Cultivator,
" Fanning mill,
" Straw and Hay cutter,
' Two-horso wagon,
- Reaping machine,
" Mowing do
" Thrashing do
" (orn and cob mill,
" Grain cradle,
" doz hand rakes,
" Grass scythe,
Award. Com. J. Beck, Geo
1 urns I. Aslinrock.
Cabinet Ware, tt-c.
" Chopping Axe,
" Horse Shoe,
" Coal cooking sto?e,
u ' Wood " '
" Parlor "
" Center table,-
" Bed etead,-
" Sett chairs,
" Made coat,
' " vest,
" p iints,'
Com. J. Clarke; S
Sitthlli-nj, Jdvther, fi-c.
" Plow Harness, . , .
" Carriage Harness,
" double set light hnrncss
' ligl.t do
" Siiddlle ond Bridle, ' 2,00
Side sole leather, 1,00
"' upper do, r 1,00
" Cull skin, , 1,00
' Wars J- ttih.
" Pair coarse boots, 1,00
" " calf skin do
" Ladies' slippers, -
" Hut, .. .. 1,00
Award. Com. L. Lobenthal, J. C. Wea
ver, J. M. Pratt.
Members of the Awarding" Conimtteea
will pleaee present themselves ut the Secre
tary's table at or beforo 10 o'clock A. M.,
on the first day of the Fair, 'so that vacan
cies may be tilled and the committees be In
readiness to discharge their duties.
All com pet iters must make their entries
with the Secretary before 10 o'clock A. M.,
at which time the books must be closed in
order to insure good arrangement. Entries
however, ran be made at any time before
the day of the Fair. It is hoped that ex
hibitors will see the propriety of making
their entries previous to the day of the Fair
For all slock and articles for which a pre
mium of $1,00 is offered, nn entrance fee of
23 cents will be charged; for all others SO
Members of the Society will be furnish
ed with the Society's Badge, on calling on
the Treasurer, which will entitle thein toall
the benefits of the Fair gratuitously.
The first day of the Fair will be devoted
to the exhibition of live stock.
Articles of Domestic Manufacture, Imple
ments of Husbandry, Agricultural Products,
Machinery, Horticultural and Gurden Pro
ducts &c.,vill be exhibited on the 2d day of
tho Fair. For the above entries can be made
up to 10 o' clorKof the2dduy.
Feed will be furnished freo ol expense to
all stock entered for exhibition. .
An address will be delivered at 3 o' clock
on the the second day.
All stocK will be required to Le on the
ground until tho evening of the 2d day.
JOHN REBER, Pres't.
John S. Bhasce, Secy.
. Attflchntent Notice. '
AT my instance, an a'tacliment was this day issued,
by Samuel IingK. aJuiticeol tho l'eareul Annn
da township,- Fairfield county, Ol'io, SKain?t the pro
perty aud efl'ecla of Jrilmfoii and Hoach, nbsconilirg
debtors Dated this 13th dy of September, A. U
mi. 4-:ii JOHN HA VIS, Sen.
Horse Thief Detectors.
IVTOTl'-l" is hereby given, that thn "Orkkxpiki i
11 lloilSK Thikp Rktkctino Socr.TV," will
meet at Jacob 1lrlesl's llnM in UreenlHd townsMp,
on Friday, the First day of October, 1M5-2.
. By order of the President. . ' . ,
' .. . ItORKUT THIMB1.F, fccrct'lry.
. Soptemocr M, 18o2.
. nimimii school.
THE subscriber is slwut to open a School in this
city tir inst nction in the principles ai d practiro
of VOCAL MUSIC. Persons Inturested in the culti
vation ot Musk', arc invited tnrall at tho Lutheran
Chrch,onTu?day Evening next, at 7 oWorJ'.Marcnts
are pankularly invited to call and judge lor them
selves. - .... .... ''
Uood relercnrcs (an be given IT required. .Tanas
Two Uullara for a course of 24 Lessons . '
September 16 d 1 r L. WELD.
A Vwlimblc riii'iii fui- SnU, ..
THE subscriber will sell hia Farm, cne mil west
of Lanraater, containing 16H acres, 80 acres of
which are cleared aa I under .(rood cultivation. There
is a good KiWHi Witi on the rame.aituated with
in a Tew rods of tho Zanesvillo and MayariUa Tarn
pike, with two good run of aUines, trrncd hy an
or rshot wheel. There are also on the premises three
never t.iiling--seriig of wator areoromodimia and
convenient dwelling home, aprin house, bam, and an
nn-hant of first rate fruit.. Heine desirous to remove
to the West, the subscriber win dispose of th above
Lands upon terms that cannot fail to suit any person
wishtngte purchase. Indisputable title can be give.
T, A IUK.1 IIL'UDV cni7i . .
OIANI 1 & BRANDT,
. Bf'ALxas.ijiiUJ. auKi of" ' . . ' ' '
Orooaries, Foraign H Doraeatie Wlsaa JlXiqaors,
Lancaster; Jone IB, 1863' 12m'
' : - - - -r- - .
. s akawlatrasafl - at a at . "
' New Yom, Beut. 1 The Humboldt r-
s-itimA rana U.dill...ti.. AU l . . . . 1
ioo.:.T. nd n. . 'tb
; out the week quiet. Wheat declined from l
lit 3J. Corn easier yellow a'Js, white J7s
Floatinjc crgoe.6J . lower. GalIn,..i
limited re-iu-.t. Brley unch.nzed.
Bean held at an advance.
The weather continues mneTiificent
harveatinr, D.m.ge to cop. no, , great
r v.. i- i i j ii p i- ,
.AT'.'0" 'ft'.'Li1 J'"!'
newspaper lo be opened in the post office, I
with a view to suppress objectionable mat-
! There ws a magnificent eruption of Ml.
Etna on the 20th of Auiit-
amr as tho
erupti.m in Si. Jagode Cuba.
It w.is fear-
oa Vial s veral Village would be destroyed
A r.. A......1: ' .
".,r"u. "nircmns wt-Mwaro ii ia only aales we hear of ar 2.100 bu nooraam
prevailing in several parL of Priiwi i. and ,,(. W .l.anh 79i:ts., mid luoo dn dolc.
Iiernmimr tnttrl. m t.A n.i.ri. Tit! 'PI... V.iin.l. r. 9 1. ....
r.ni ,:rcinoeiiieni na pro-rrpssiiiif rapiuiy. 'filnn hn.l.e . 1 ,t .t ki:
, ... , ,. """"'-" itniH morniiigSOOO Imnli at 5'ic free: 4500
?, J PT1- "."ceiptaof bidncy uidj bush 58c afloat. "
Porl1' P "',nse. j Oats are without i,.n.,iry, and no snles
Ulillno Klcrtion All II.Ui: comf under our notire-held at 34c.
n c ...... r . 1 hifkySiiiull e took pare at 2l'c.
PosTi.A,n September 3.--M.J) .n.ld, j Krei x A-yic L D)r, ,7c
Dem., elected to Congress in the 2d d tr ct. ! ,, i,, . , , v '
.,B.,.,..lvi,;. :.k-,i Z l,r'cl' "h?atMoncurnl''N- -
chance in the 4lh district. In ill 5th Hiit-
" oriiuurii. inir, rr-cii'cieu. in ine
flttl MlHlnrt . I M DA nrinri nn I liurna i,n tV.a l.nn
.. , . 7 I.. 1 ",.;.
rwiiiy, i iiik, o,4u i : i nanaier, am -unuor
law, 3,aoa: scattering, Ml
This is not de-
The nrnl.al.iliiu c...
...v - ...j.-, "
in. ,i . ,i
Uxond Lhajmlrh. 1 ,80 towns H.bbard
loses over C000 votes ,w mnjity lastyear i
wa i,iouj do cuuicc. iiireewtug mem -
ucrs oi lyongress sure W ashburn, r arler
and Benson. ' Mc Dona'd.Dem., certaln.and
Fuller, Democrat, probably elected. Leg-
islature probably Democratic, thou - hdou!.t -
ful so far the Whips gain 5 members in the
House. Last year the Democratic maioritv
From tbe South.
Baltimore, Sept. 10. No mail to-day
south of Savannah. TheU. S. Mail schoon
er Lucas arrived at Chi rleston en Wednes
day, with Savannah dates of the I2lb inft.
Yellow fever and rholera continuo with
great violence, both on shipboard and in Ha
vana. Arrests continued to be made in Hnvi.no
of parties supposed to be connected with
revolutionary journal ,and the captain of the
Lucas was ofl'ered -20 illiihli,nn tn l,rinr n(T
a suspected individual, but declined. "
The negro woman Jane, murderess of the
Winston lamily Was tfung at Richmond to
Boston, September II.
-..,..,f ! ' .1 . ,':
' " '" " "'H "ioib uiuLera eiecieu ny
the people by reduced majorities from lift
year. Senate,- probaSlv 2a Whicrs to 5 Op -
position ; House nearly the same as last year.
Conirrcss McarhnmAVhi,, lt ,i;t,;,.. irn
Fr.-ni C.iliroriiia und Prru.
New York, Sept. 13. The Illinois end
oierra (.-vuua steamers orrtved Iron) t:al
00 . lornia on fnuoy, tin oneuny'S later intel
! ligence. The most important item is from
I i,, , ,, rp, i ui i u
thonzed by the Council of htate to lew an
urmy of 1 0,000 men, and equip a navy of not
essthun iv BteameM n.ul ll.e ,,m n.,mK,
r -i- i ...... ...u.bw
1 flag and commercial interests of the country
iiilirnitv or encroachment which
ui minium, wmcn
innv be ufl'onled to them
The filings brings l.3d,000, and the
Sierra Nevada i 00,000 in "oh .
Chablcto.n, Sept. 10. Advices from
j Havana to the 3rd, announce excitement in
that city increased by a report that large
bodies were collectinar and orcaniziii? in
Florida and below New Orleans for the
Durnose of invadimr the Island. Adilitinnnl
force of 3000 troops was shortly expected
from Spain. Persons arrested for beinc
concerned in the nnlilienlinn nf the Vnii-t rf
lite People have not been gurrotcd sentence
had not been pronounced.
MoNTGOMCBT, Ala., Sept. 13. The South-
em Rights Convention organized-eight
Counties represented G2 delegates. A let-
ter Was read from General Quitman in favor
of nominotinga candidate for President
Ho don't wish the nomination himself. J.et-
icrrcierreo 10 a committee, llie Conven-
tion will probably nominate him to-night.
WSHiNfiTos, September 11. It is stated
that Col. Forney, Clerk of the House, hns be
come part owner of the Wnshinton Union,
and will resign his office on tho first of De
cember. B. B. French is mentioned as his
successor, . .
1I1AVSC just neired a lot of FRISII
OYsri.IlSand will ke."n conitinllv ud
a supply, w'lenevor they conbenbtjind, throur.ut
Oio season. sept. I 0. W. UIl.KMf.lt. .
lUOM and after Otis day, tiio rnarh
. es between ltiicaster and t'otiun.
bus will pass through rurrnll, Gtnencasila and Li
thopoHs, and through Jeil'orson stid Winchester, unit
ing at Groveport, connecting with the cars at Colum
Tim of leaving Lancaster, 3 tVk, A.M., pj'f r'srZy.
Tim, of leaving Columbus, 8 o'ck, A. M. prccitcl .
Ample arrangements are mads to csrrv all who d.i
sireto trnval on thcanmut'S W.JZ. klUlDLtt.
I.anrastor, Soptcnihtr I. InB'i. dSw
A rutin fnr S:iU:
TIIK undersigned will sell at private sale the firm .
be'oiiing to the Kstate ot Wiliiam JoNrs, do- -ceased
situated in Pl.aant township, Fairfield ceun-
ty. live, mils tast of Lancaster, and containing about .
uae iiunardt ana iiccary-sn Acres oj Lana. ina
old Xancaville road runs throujhtha North part oriho
siid larm,ar.dtheZoi?srilleaiid Mavsvillo Turnpike
Ho.nl rum through the South part, leaving a'out for
ty acres on the South sido of the Pike, and affording
a' beautiful site for building piirpos 'son t!i3Tumpik?
Tha premises contain about 4 acrea ol timber iand
Thoru is an apple orchard on the premises of about
sixty bearing tree", and also a number of chsrry treea
slid pear trues. The buiidinra on the premises am
a two atory bnslc houoanJ hawed leg kitchen, aau
lerms ai Itale tms-tturd In lianj. one tinra m
nna yo., and ona-third in two yews, with interest on
tiio .letcrrco payments till paid.
Possession giv. o iramediato'y For lurtuer partU
rslinis.iuln,nrl,ssiv.. i.p,as ll smn,l.
otSaimoh S.iaw lnlj.nrstnT. KAI.MDNSM AIV I
Executor of William Janes, deceased
UO A I) A.-ONS FOIt SALE
ittp .r . . . ..1. , , n. m.
Wr. u.iur eiiva.-j ni.u t.u siA-iiiirso itnan v. sg.
nns. with m.ad tire. Thv will h. ,.
lowforcash.orvvewilltradethemon fairt.rm. tor
Bucgies or two-horse Wagona.
will be so d upon reason. b e terms or t.ade a. ,bnva.
Tk... a., k. .1 ,1 11 r
E. Martin; three milea North of Rnshville, on the
road to Thornville.i - H. B. McLAUQHUN,
., Augujt 11 c , 4wl , , K. MARTIN.
I.nW School of Cincinnati College.
rriHE Ninereentheourse of lA?rrares will commence
X on WedaeaxUy, October SO, IckVi. Gentlemen
who matriculate for thia course may. attend any sub
sequent eoursa free of charge. AppT M
. , .. ..... ... CHAHI.KS P J A.MKS,
.., - .". ' .,' . M. H. TU.DF.N ,
i'- N- .j, E. COR W EN, .
' Cincinnati; Sept. 2, 1855. " Law Kaenrty. '
(inn Do, tint received anilfor salorat the .C7Ta
east W JJHUQUJ Uliti; .
k SLOCUM. .
Lancaster, June 96
in,iiv. Vl.li.i.;i ii .....' o.i.f sri.: lrs. nreraW bv 1. f: M . j.,i,. o! cVncr SHI, tl hay
j". i.j, ', osuui, srnig, tei-.tiVfl rurstiv.. , 1 i. v . . " 1 county Aricultnri. r.-ur, at u.e I
leaos ,ne nignesl opponent I2SJ0, but laek.s ; o,rrro,rb.d Ceaaral mArVu.Z TtiltiV
4G2 of a majority. ; vsc : av. trw.l tl Bi t-,nJ : lut 1 .er lr. I l" U'0,L' .- , , ,
. excellent foi lliedicasta rv iiii-rf iVn 1 l.;lu!rl. i i t a. 1. a .
I envm?wnriT " .w-. ...w(
I " ' ' ? ---! T"T TZ -
. .nlcM. .
"-ingthe p.,t weekh..becnbri,k
,heir.uPp.io. and the fine. .sortmenu.re
I attractinp; the attention of rnatomeri.
-.n?;.. we T' Uejt "V
, ' .-1 ,!"0; "'f a' ,our
TLlail Murl.l !)... . i.jUi MARTIN. ExO.lsa caniliHl hip lm.
'or 25a3S: Tn.,;n. . u . r.... ... V.ICCUIW!? Attorm-V t llin liell.r .liL.n
' 7.2i; Ca,,' 1 tZZX?' 1
ivrginon; iiirt(r lOfue 12 Kvfit
: ( ; n.h.ngeJ. lUc nn veiv carer!
UitllMlo 71 irkrt.
uuiisi.1, ijrni . i ner( ia a ,..k:..
l:n;r in th( market thi muriiin -. and a a-V
, tied imiel m-emi t ..;i
j There was tin innuirv tr tt. r
an I w
hear of no sales.
.... , ... j ....
Wheat Nothing din2 in white, snl the'
I f. iia -..A
. . : . --'- .
Clrvelasd, Sept 13 Wheat was ta-
an ff-A ask V 1.'. .. STfl. t V , .1 M
' lrf wo- e v .1
, r . . . .... i
l:,c Vrn 't"nen and White
'. we quote BUdX-jr.
i r)....;(J : r-. , r n. i
!. v .V.. . ... r:. . " . ' .
a'-i:ti iiiaj riiiuiiiiifi iftir ii rr eihii i L'l..,..
. " " e.ai io
m rning are about
at lAc; 2:200 do
Kales of Wl,t this
80oo bush. N.,rth-rn
Mediterranean at V,e.
PI,....J- I . j. .
'ft, 75 wh sa Je o h K Fi .,T
1 75. 'juoVl'-h' '"
. ' J0
! S Loui M irkr:
- j ....
Markets generally innctive. Flour dull at
3,15(33rofor.uperfire prime; wheat 7- r.
?l 43;oU 2437, aud barley 4i.
1 roviMona are very quiet. Mess Pork now-
ino! at On. K . 1 I...4 .. . . . ....
' " ' 1 1 ' rsse
fur brl and keg. The d mand f..r hemp i
good and prime firmer; aal,-. tUU morning of
"J i OToiitao, ana 01 small parcel'
ury jtiiiic Ol ay;).
Kcw lork Markit.
New Yoeit, Sept. 1 4 fooo bbl
""ur at 4 to 4.25. 4.'-vo bunl. r.. neen
j wheat l,oJ. Rye Hi. lomn buh mixed j
: f ortt 71. -"' 'bU lard 1 1 j. Beef and Pork!
- 1 '" "uls wni" win-ay 23J to
24. Oooo lbs of lallow at II et.
lTi:i(,i.'unt nn o.iu.r i.,s,v-l'or it it
1l'.-;tlf tUC tliat lli'.v'Ui,n is tl.. r.ro.f ..r. 1....
."l"'"''""' ' iai.i cuvt
u; at ry. disrr-
h e, cholc rr.orl.us. Mr-
!i(ueaca?nmn''ifeJ t', .rv in-p"i t.r w...-l.'u
' 1I!,!;','1 "cai.Wr p-i is -v. ir.ii-tMi .,, lono.
Ti i-"!!.3 '. ' "T "' rt't "r" ,i! K ,,n ?r' ' f"""
":T "i .: . .'. s " ' , . 1 - " ..'
"'- "I V'-. "Poo Xj. rieaei., r.ort
'Pk'ut Vit!i tttM-
Rr.tn rnt poji.o iiu
I ksti-mokv fhom Da.
- fu-xnr Y.. Mn,..
saiLus-cr. Piirsiri .jr,
- ; Ntw Voua C itv.-
u hi. r-.n.aris ou Dvsp. ma he
. ...H. . . -,r.....l ..!. .. .
- ni.-u.nna ui jwrovo me
l.inu n.1 rniAfj. r.f tt.n ..1. at.. I i
Dr. t.w n .- !',-
0,l t!ie Oj vrenat j Bitter. '
! . . .
! j wouiu pi. ii-ri me Kereip : ir preparm; this val-
uib'c nip.lic.'iie, if I tntw nhii I; was, but aa J djn.it.
1 can snly r-oirni-jn 1 it
1. , . . , ,
1 1 "1 -.11.-1'.. ,. .. '. . ,
inrroperly ciilll -l,ittrs." at lias- in ths rorular
tt..n rtr .1... , r.t. . : 11
o U rSpirit. ..ais ratU.-r .ur tl.n Uittrr. ThenA
k i. .1. 1 .. , ,
. h -re, Uy ih . wy, I eaimot loa earaily cautwa the
. y 1 canu"tfr,!r,.'a:nt u.i;u t'-i J thoiuanj anione
My wear out (
1 ,m rM!-''
fha atomach. Tho m.-.!icin3 of vrh-ch
g, obviatra tbesa obions. It has
bsn anaJyaod by WjA. dMi.uished rhorais'. Prof.
l,T" M- s'-alf Asmjer of MassachvscXt, who
tha. . dlcin,l .rti.-U. ...d .
prescribed ly the rot eminent physiciana, fcr lha
relief froa, iujcurcuf, Ihedaabu -a nr which these
Hut. rshavjb vn ao en.in'ntly aurccs f.i " l'l t
my ri. n-e wkb his ncdirioe, haa.ti.fi.. .
that th." arti.-ls must te rom;nd in wry different
prorerriarariointiicaxullyemftiyod.or that they
arsbro-ight t..g.-ih-.r in .uch a n.snn:r, t!ai scum
' new produrt reiuliifro:n tlieir comlu.alii.n. For iii
no oilier oav can 1 arrnuut fur thi.- aalonLliuu elTi.a
cv which I am certain thev iH)-,sr-s. 1 h-.ve einp'.cy-
-.,.. , . . r 11 -r 1
ol the-n in a miili.t.:d,of ias, ai.d lave uiiifurmly
luuno, 111 noa un' j a.'Cor,:.ii - to 1:10 uirc-cn.
they gniliully . t ut ure!y. r.n in, on J by ono, th-
t 6 ,. . .' . ' . .", , ;
irio..su..-ire.3iuS.meiuuu.w,l4... tw.ur snmas
tlw conlirnif.-d Ltysi-opuiv rv.orj to tlia aromarh its
lest energies, auj tha. I ai lhip.li?nt 'oa.kto U13 en.
ji.yincnt of per.naii-. r.t h a l!i and st:fnth.
In ad.'lti,.n to my own ep jrience ith this snedi
rinn, which hsslod in? to l-.iuk of it so highly, I wr.uld
slate, that it has 1UW1 ud by tbu lullawuig per
sons, and rsriveJ thlr u:iu.-!l "iJ approbation:
Prof. FoWAnn V.. HiifV.-j, M 11 D.-rfm-h Collet,-..
Htm. MvaunLAVstiMs. I'r'tident Ma.Sieiute
- Samuel Ph:lp, I'. Smi'r fmtn l eniu.it.
IVri-LtiM I'niAji. Senator from Vermont
". J. ('. Simmons, U. S. Senator Iroin KnotU- Likud
J. T AloRKNEae, toriiierly Govci-nov ol Ktja
tacy, now I aitod :t.ros Snator.
Hon Vl.-vi.VVoJniiiiijiuh;, l.u-m.ni Liui'tmol' of .Mith
ijjan, now l.'iiit?d States Senator.
lion. I.. H. A rhold Jlbrm -rly Oovemoro; U'tod s Is
land, now Member of Congress.
Hon. i(. D KoaTKK, AlcmV-r of Congroas ir.en Ptu-
Solomon Kootk, M -mtier ol' Congress from Vt.
Gko. W Jonks, tjq , Sur.-evor U.-nerl. t wa.
' M. L. Mahti.v, Ut leg.l? in Congress trom VI i.
cousin T rritory
Gen. A. C. UonuK, Dele.ite Li diiks frutu lovra .
RElP, A Li TIN, i Co., W.i4ital,; DrttjgUa, No.
36, SiThiits Bosr, G-'neral .tgeats. -.
Price, Jl pr oo lb, six boUi ji for ."). .f
M I by O. KAUFFMA.N d Co , UncasU-r.
1 .... . , .
j OAN0TIIKS SCIKNTIK1C WONDER! It-
i-obit to Drs:i:erira. 1. I. S.' HflUliHTON'i
1 PEPSI S, TSe T.-i.e f5"stl Flui-l,iir Gastric Juice.
proiared Troin Hi-.NNKT, or thi roirHTff btomach
ioFTim Ox, after airectiona vt. l!aron l.It-.HK., the
' great Physiological chemist, by J. Ji. 1 Iouuhton. M.
. I)., Philadelphia. This- Is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundic. liver complaint,
constipation and dvbUitv. enrinn all. r Natnn-k own
. metho.1, uy Niture'sowaajeiit, liie UastncJnce
furnished bv c? n;a ura'H
S'-e r.orice among the
medical adve. .1lcir'
' .v.M.'t,, .rfr-r.. 11
' Tr.I'.tHI IKIIllII
I T- SCOTT, Reno. Dksti.t. exactly oppcs'le
li thaTaUauidre UossCand over Stnalley Hat
Stuiv, Iwas'ir, Ohio. I luve a very pleasant and
retired room; my present arrangeinent is permanent j
1 snrl I will ha hsnovto see 1st I
j and I will be
happyto see my lr.en.ia who may uisn :
t ' " . . . . r, a... 1 1... :
to consult me about their teetli My ap-ci. I buMaoas ;
fut"r8 lU, '" f r?? d
1 have lor nearly 211 years been aiming at perfe- tu.n in
this V" " wltntl Jl
,mFKe ' L, .Mi. ,.l hTilvJl
1 enlireconndrnce now. thai sH luethrsn be saved ncr-
vantnilii and fur life hv filling .-vory cavity atoi.n
. v.... :r.i. .v;t!a. .w, I. ,. ..lti.i
aa it can be seen: hut if the cavities are largu and the
teeth have ached, they cannot be saved lieece tho
importance ol fre.pient e.iro nstion. by t"n Dentist.
This plan wit b the c'inipe! ullim.it -ly and will
obviato tbe necessity of artifi.ial teeth and sava a
vast amount of utl'eiin$.
.I have bees TBsi.ruigin this city over twelve year,
and have, during thai thne, filled moro than sixteen
thousand 18,(XJ()JIeth. I warrant arLmy (Ullngs now
for iO yean and apwards.sni expect to spend ui re
matador of my life in Lancaster. , I have the pleasure
of referring 'to tha older physician of this city. '
' (TT Always In my otSee duri brtsineas hours.-s -
j e ReipeetfuUy. , t -, H. SCOTT. .
. N. B 1 extra 4 Teeth and attend to etlier. diseases
of the mouth as uaual, , , . sept 7 3m
. .-.!.,. 1. orn ik nrrn ana limited demand. Sal
.'.l u-rry Illner ant oth-r alvifis?! uEi!t!.s.- the 1 I1"'-"5 8r- 8r-17
L.i -T -H..h ,. , ...... ... ... twnmuumtfi gr. trr. Bv. ct. ct.
'"""1 iuiiiii,,ii. , buiiio f): gr. f;r-er rt. ct. ct. Jam
Tlioy no iner iinput resicncr'yto tbeat(nMch,lian , fc. Aoam. tt-d Hnui, cak-t-dlin
awhipgi-ua!ruigth ta a hoim. T-ia atiiniihtion hr"d bT Mr-loy,n t-'larke, Aldbrouith, Darliiwtoo, got
...u:i .1 ... - 1 . " , - , I liv i'ari oi ScarU'roUiih. see Herd Hook, vol. 8, psea
uh.clul.ey exefa .. only trrarj-. and iure to ta ,,,, by MLchlgar?71;) ct. danv by IilAnL.
follovrf.l by 5 reaction. wUrhal l.nth ill insrita- '131-IMuet'ct. dam. bv FKninii240i): sr ct. ct dam.
I If -at ...
'-cpiTot: l.HiartautbciJ lo
! nonnce the aaio pi JOHN SH.tFFER as
a candidate for r,, a .i;,... .i
jj October ltcti(nv
. j mwiiiv, si ,ds vntu
JlfTu itt I
nojneethe name of JOHN N. LlTTI.E.sa.
l candidate for Coroner a I tbe ensuing Oclo-
T 1 . . Tw a - . . aal
otb. f.iitur. uy announcing sir. A. L,
1 SIM MON'Sjis . candidate for Sheriff of thl.
. county, at the ensuing election, you will
;ronfrr favor on his many friends. If e-
terted, he will make an excellent sod tilt.
cu nt officer. ' Noithcss FiariF.Ln.
Ma. WtivtK: Please announce Mr.
ISAAC COMER as a suitable person for a
canitKMi!! r. the office ol Amso of Hock
mg and Beine township Milt VoTsm.
Itcrr-Iptj, ror the dinette.
1 r i. .
ea t. rnra ft'j,T0 Gideon Miller 1.00
' W III. Hiillf.n ot it.... n f.
, - . . un r .r.
i New SoWiik w.
; J ' WeUh.C. E.gan.C. Ealon, Buttles,
Comstook, &Co., I!. Siniohton, Wm. A.
1. MARRIF.D. September llth. 1853. lvth.
iKR.r ni,. i.e-. . .7,
j If A RRIET HARDEN, of Fairfield eountv.
ll " . -
; AKUlED-On the
7h innt.a hv the
i "--- lownsnip.
nt raiatsi vi-aiai . . . r irri. . ....
A nnlher Unotulinmarfi Patriot Gone. Died
i at his residence in Ruihrreek township, lost"
,' week, Mr. HENRY DENNIS, in the 97th
I V Par of hi fltr. If e urmt una iV.a ksa..
. . .ciiBnB-
, a , ,rr,yWine Ii""
' T "' &C ''d bee ' resident of
, rry and Fa.rf.eld counliea, for several
! ,ejT". W" h,g,,l7J 'fP,cled bJ ""merous
: scqiiamtance, and died as he had lived, an
o'lKri iiu iati nnib ill a 11 .
i DIED, at his residence, in Ore.nfl.M
t nvnsliip, on the 2fith of August, JAC
J I'ENCE, aged 78 years. He"had been
,re than half a century a valuable citi:
ojrairHJ d comity
1 ' '
, KTEAM SA W'
THR un-Wsifned has just put ino operatif.ua
StraM Saw Mill, in Heaaapt township, G miles
: c,m 01 ijuu aster, on inn .'Minersport rtnd, where
1 b n uot prepared to fill ail orders for Lumbar of
1 toy d'f-riMion, t the ahortest notire. ,
- . . -.
GUT. AT BALE
Of Isnprovcd Hbort-Horaed
( mrl Ur Ike -Mlelot Vslley lupor
tmaj ipni-,'-lr:l.l bjr Ur, Ae
. . -.- n ...t. . . l .
ABrleiiltaral l?nrrt, aaaid Oesrara
I W. usai. k, Easj.
p;n:!: BATTLE Havo been tsien from tbe bast
I 1 hrd of England, aa will ba aecn by reference
PUit. elVJn bwlow.
j T!,i.tti; .iUb. oiTeraaL an tt.. Seraata slal.
prwedjng the Host
arm or.lJr. latts.
y Unas previous
I 1. AlpfjauVo, calved June E3, bred
: by R. t . Lowndf. Km IVrbr, Lireniooi; git by
VnunsWilun i9Ki5t dam. VeUeteen. bv Bsron f30DOl:
orjr.dio bv MaK-h'sa 8J, (4l3fl); gr. ar. dam by Youna?
Erjh jlm. (ia-.P;fir. . tj. dam by Belvonu (17W);
J ir. it. pt. or. dam. bv CiinAi fllLI a Hani IkafM.
. vnt. 9. m?e 6-
! ! V .. . f T. A T7t ! 0
) hm.) hy Vr J..h uvl fi..-i v.. L
rH by SabU (V,7H), dam. Miss Allison, by Tunotoy,
V wa-PJ . l 'I' f-
dam bv Belvi-
?re -Jd CJr.f)!; cr. gr. gr. dsm,byCr
1 (ili6!; cr. er. tr. dsm.by Croft (IBSfV. er. ar.
wr trr ibm.hv I br r lilft l .
o. i.Hij ..ki.su uvi tv 1 wo 01 neDuae, 1 vol.
pr3): dam by Iowton (U3ii7 grdam byGoldfmd
, .2iki,l- . b 1 wi..Trl , n . . .
I l-'.l...rt'(IM'. or war tr.'.Um k B;K,...frtT7.
' V-V- f-eV'He3-! v m.
; 4- b" Slr K.e-ri(i5IO); dam.by Cher-
rv. bv MateMea f 14571: ct dam. bv Banrntauflfc
! rr. gf. dam, by Vounc Krylioliue art. gj. rr. .
gr. nam oy lor-.
nam, Dy nolue-
by Punch (Ml)
' I'" tun CT. CT. gr. gr. dam, by Laubiary
I ' V 'j, ,.. ,.,rnA r ,9.
! ii brerf b Mr. Kawliac m.l hv Buirrnhv Hot
- 1 , iv . . ., t. . .. . . .. u 1 n T
1 (i)'eyr.:dsm, t;ie!na.hStuart,(K3i;gr dan, by Gul-
, Hi(ns, ' gr. . .W .aiia (3)gr.er.
; ct. gr. gr. gr. oim, by iir. Bu'ndis Burdow, aearUar-
' lintn'.. . .
' i ,ty Tile, by Sir Thomas fairfax (SlWi); gr.
:dj.ni' by sii:iintonpajr;; gr. gr d.iojy Young Hock
: !,'b5!lS''(re)b, toV"(l''r'r-
1 'Tg Voc'sio Wiio-riKoTiw.-Boaji, calvod No vein-
- ! her ly.h. l-fll. cot br Whit ineton, see vol. 10, psp
; J?5rdlin- b? CS- ZaIv
(3VJ0): gr. gr. dam. by a aon ol tol. Cradf.irds Jdlgi.
1 ;, .Jri, J
1 c.tmbiraLt. Mean, ralred WnU. brad
DV - . nopper u v, .. .... -....., ,
, ot by Be!vi!Ui BT7Hj; d:u Voting Mass Rose (bred
. . 1 .1 T VI I' . .
. Hie-hard Booili; see Herd Baok, vol. 8. page
4U i) by louiig Jiati-nem ray.fr. uao', moss Kose,
hv PWsm (3jy. cr. gr. dsm. by Young Alexander'
! .T. gr. jr. dajn Uj l'ilot(4! )
! cows.' . .
j I. Mass Ilosn It n. calved in VU5, gut by Ka
; reanu ui'lli (!VHi: dam, by Nelson 4-VlUj; gr. dam, by
i Newton; Wt7;; gr. r. .Um. Iiy Wonlerful lOO-.l gr.
I r. er. 1U111, bv I lei-dl'nd l4o; gr. gr. ar gr. dam,
iiv but'erily 104 ajr. gr. gr. pr gr dam, by llollow'a
Uii'.l (:113; ti . sr. gr. gr. gr. gr, clam, from tho stock,
of tbe late. Sir Jam l'ennvtmn, supposed to b with
Uali bv BolviUo.
I 2. nAS?nKiiM-. Tton, calved in June,!850?got by
' Ran'ier. A., dam by .ivrard h!K)j; gr. dam, by Ko-
ble 45i'J.: a;r. gr. dan. hy Correllie a4t56; gr. gr gtt
! dm, by Mandby JHIMi; pr. gr. gr. gr dam, by Sir
I William Koi.lis's Hull Ysonderiul "&); aupposad to
' be with calf by Master BuKillo- '
3. Masv. Hnau. ca'.vixl ia 1W0, got bv the Lord
ot ttw Wsnor(HHj: .urn by BelvkleraW IHI7UJ; gr.
itsn,. ny Mr Itutun (oi ,j: gr. gr. dam. by r.ryho.uie
10f.il- r. j;r gr dam, Uarmplon 511; supposed to bar
with' call Ly Uelvillu.
. Slicrisk. IOJ, caIveuApriIB:i bredtry
r'ranci Hrowo, Lao ; g.rt bv TwiPuiKl (HioHl: Jam Au-
gostua (K793j: gT. dam.h v a gramlsnii ol (irezier (JPyBl; '
gr. gr. oam. sraries 't-i; gr. gT. gT. asm. oy aiq-
d,M aui'.,!);sunposed with call bv nhittinctoa.
5 Stuawb:s. Got by PoalimraterpH'E?) daih'
Yming Strawberry (vol. S, p.ica 6IH.) by Guardian
r47J; gr. dam, old Strawberry, by a son ot IUrmptoi
Lo-l'; r. ar. .'am, by Unither to Brutus 1WI; gr. gr.
gr. .lam. by thl1-?. "... .
0. KseiiAi.TKKas (!ot by Leopold a son of D-'Is.'
raeli7r71; dam, Kmms.by Palr 7810; gr.djm, byi
Bulwer I it: gr. gr. dun, br a ana of Kairlax llr23
gr gr gT. dam bv .-.hylock Si.'-ij; gr. gr. gr. gr. dam
whitworth fliS4; gr.'gr. gr. gr gr. da-n, by Candour
1071: Herd liook for rjnraa, vol. 9.
bv Karl of Antrim 104741; bred bv Mr. Stephenson
Or.iTK bonskt. niun, csivrM i.i i.iaTT.n, nntnf, got.
I Hi 1,4); area uy Mr. Mepnenson
uf Wr. iitephcna.of New York; dam,
irtrmmberland f3ti4.11; erdam.Whlte
nv HVn HUKeni iorrminincriana in;,j; griam.rvniie
Rose, bv Antrim 1 JOltll: an, ar.-danva vcrv find ahortv
bom si cow ironi Northumberland.
8. Risixo Sun. A bul Icalf of "tunrise; got hv 6rv-
1 riu;. . .. . 1 1.: . ra.11.,1. ... .1 1;..
I ? " .TitoS. VrT'TZ'KZlZiM
1 "''f.'WS,. ...IJ, .Jj i
Al.hK.RT IHIl l5t.AS.-i, Cfiainnao'
-AI.KX . IIKN1CK, -
VILM-VM ALl.KN. . .
Committee of AdvcrtijUig
Ch'JlicoOie SxptjmkcrG, lW dawta
" ICcal lM:ile lit Pi Ivmi Sale.
f I AilK sabsrribev offers at private Bale an excellent
! J Una ol ul'iarrea ol land, situated on I learcroek.
in Mvdiaon township, about four miles sout heist of
, 1. . . : 1 . .- r .1-- 1 ...
caster, Joining on the south the land of Lew fs Young's
mill laact, on the west the isnda ef I.aae Wolf and U
rea Abbott, on the north the bad of Uohert r'owler.
Cm uid farm there ia about 100 acres of clear.nl land .
undercultivaiion. njl the balanae first rata timbereiti
On it are two nwjci.Lnso hoosbs, and 9 Orchards of
choke Fruit, h well watered with good springs and
a staves, r ah.imo mus BUitatsw thimiboii it,
IncJuiiog the water, privilege for a Oris ir other.
Mill with fi-oniW to 26 fiaet Tall nearthe road.
For further information apply to the aubsrrlber in
Uneaater, Ohi 'oKOKUK WKISZ.
inly 7, Ittta . tm'H
KoasnU sad Magyar Hots,
Q THAW, Palm and Leghomj baaunful Msoimsat,'
KJJ latest styles, at .