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&jt XVttld Gazette.
CITY OP LAXCASTES: Monday Evcuinp, S-t. 6, ISia Rally or Locwocois. Ou Saturday rveniwr, by dint of hard work and odvertis lnj Dr. Olds and Gen. I.ano, our forlorn friends ol the opposition succeeded iu get ting a very re?pectablo crowd of Iieofocos. Democrats and Whigs. Dr. Olds was there, but Gen. Lane was not. Capt. Markland, of Zanesvillo, lead off. He brought to mind the names of several snciot perconnjes and made a very respect able Sophmoro declamation. Nobody was killed, and as he is .very generous sort of a L fellow, we suppose he hud no such intention Wo will lenve him in the hands of his friends. Dr. Olds followed and delivered his Con gressional speech with n fow udditions of dirty anecdotes, bad scriptural quotations and several blasphemous references. The applause of his hearers was a sad commen tary upon thel' very recent osauys on black ctvirdism and we are very much afraid that our advice to them has don.0 no good. We don't think that Dr. Olds has any more right to blackguard than any one else, and Cur no other reason than that he hnppens to ho tho ghost of the man who died for want ot "hon est principles" and was once on alimo"bur ied so deep by tho Locofocosof Falrfioldthat the hand of resurrection could not reach him." It eems to lis that the Dr. ought to have prepared a new speech. With a very few alterations, it has answered hi purpose for every campaign since ho turned Locofoco, nnd it wns due to his friends to give them something new. Hut if they are sntlsfied.wo of course mnt be. , Wo shall take occasion hereafter to give our renders a portion of it in slices. The "martini music" of the even ing did not agree very well with the speak or's terriblo fright ut the prospect of Gen Scott's election to tho Presidency. It must have founded strange in his ear opposed to the election of iffreat military man, and yet make use of the drum and life at a political meeting! Important Movement. Tho Cincinnati Gazette, of Wednesday, brings us the follow, ing Important intelligence. This inovornent among the Germans is hut the first of a vory general demonstration, tending to the same result; "Great German Muf.tino at Lick Run on Monday The (Irrmun I'ojntlation Hsolv ino to Support the. Whiq Tic'.ft'.'.i A large and most spirited meeting of tho Germans of Lick Run (one of the Western suburbs of Cincinnati) and vicinity, was held on Monday evening, tho proceedings of which ore of the most irnportunt character. Voter Her.li was- chosen President, nod Michael (ielpslcr Secretary. Tho call of the meeting wos fur "tho Real Democracy," und a reui Democratic meeting it was. After ablo speeches from Messrs. Rehfuss, Miller and others, a series of resolutions was presented and odoptod unanimously. The eubstanco of one of tho resolutions is, that tho Germans of tlint portion Of tho city will, at tho ensuing election, VOTE THE WHIG TICKET. The ronsons for this oiirsn nro given. Disgusted at tho secret rabies of the Miuml Tribo, with the liy poo rs cy nnd double dealing of tho solf-stylud Democratic party, they look upon tho Whig party as the party of progross, as tho liberal and truly Republican Deinucrotic party of the nation Threo cheers for tho Gerrknns of Lick Run! A Strikino Portrait lly one of the Family. The Cinclnnotl Cltiwn, tho now Locofoco paper, lias a Now. York Locofoco rorrespondent,who signs himself" St. Thorn as Aquinas." In that paper of tho (ith inst, is a tetter from him, giving a sketch of the terribly "turbulent spirit of Democracy. ' Tho Locofnr.os had just held their primary elections for drlcgntos to their party conven tions. Wo hnvo road In Whig pnpers) sVetches of such disgraceful scenes, hut now wo Inyo them acknowledged und recorded ly a Locofoco. Let the pcoplo read nnd pander on this ntnto of affairs. Where are we progresning, nnd how soon shall wo land in utter anarchy, If this cliiss of men rnle the nation! Head this extract from nn eye witness; "But from one cud of tho city to the other, was the most extraordinary scene of elisor dor, confusion and fighting, that ever was seen in tho country. Liquor flowed frooly, and Mood soon followed, and tho prcssuro to tho polls wns terrihlo In the extreme. Fists, slicks, and bricks werouscd, and freely, and pistol now and then made their appearance. It was no light skirmishing, but thick nnd bloody buttle; hammers wero planted to use the phrase of the funcy, upon noses, nnd in breadbaskets; nnd many n one, who, under tho Influence of rum, stood Htoutly up, Is this morning ns stiiT nnd uneasy as a soar bend ed bear. In the grog shops rtround tho polls, bottles, chnirs, windows, window shutters, , and every mov&blo thing was smashed up, ''" nnd froquontly amid a tumultuous uproar which donoB description, could bo soen the crowd pausing a follow over their heads, ond muking him voto horizontally, orns wo might ffiy.'on the squnro.' "Tho Fourth Wnrd, perhaps, took the palm; they pitched Into each other liko the luills of Busliati, bond, horns, and all; "'blood spirted in every diroction, and run down tho faces and necks of the combatants in porfect creeks. Their clothes were torn to fragments, and thoro was scorco a riband of a shirt loft upon a single bnrk " wore knocked down and carried off Insensi ble, but it did not slacken tho ii'dor of the remaining party.'! Fon Tkb FiMiiifto G bounds. Wo learn from the Gloucester Telegraph ot Saturday mornlug, that tho schooner Guidon Rule, of , that port, was tolzod by a British cruiser on ' tho 94th Instant, and carried luto Charlotte : Ww a, Prince Edward's Island, but was sub' cquently relossod. Tho Telegraph adds the following intelligence: ', Schooner G. IL Rogers, Cup'- Larock, arrived on Wednesday, from the Da of St. Liwrcnce. Cant. Lnrock Informs us that u n going into Bonavenlure. for Wood and water, ho was boarded by an officer in a gun boat, who after mnkiug nuinorous inquiries oi nun, toij burr no must loave the port by a certain hour tho next morning, or lie should seizo him. In conversation, with Capt. Layhold.of the brlgantino Halifax, Cuptulu. Lnrot k was told the-whole obiect of this movement of tho colonial govurii ucut was to 'jrivo w nmericaniiiiiua reciprocity trea- i - '-' Immu.uati.is. Singe the ut ofjanuary, York from Europe, being an.lnen,a of 30,-' wtlovor the same, time, List year, Mass Meetings. The Whig State Cen tral Committee have designated a series of Mass Meetings to be held throughout the State. In this neighborhood, we .select the following: . Somerset, Perry county, Monday, Septem" her 2'). ' Lancaster, Fairfield, Tuesday, Sept. 31. Logan, Hocking, Wednesday, Sept. 23.. Chillicothe, Ross, Friday, October 1. Circleville, Pickaway, , Saturday, Oct. 2. Hon. V. Dcnniosn. jr., ond Hon. W. E. Finck.are designated as speakers to address the abovo meetings. In Newark, Sept. 20, and Zanesvillo Sep. 20. "Gawhimsm." To pay an old rcvolution nrv rlaim nml interest, the nrincinnl havinc VotcJ by t DelIiocratic Congress as justly due, is considered a fraud upon the Treasury. That is a dcbateiiblo question. But how is this? When old Father Ritchie was proprietor of the "Union" newspapor, ha agreed to do tho public printing for a cer tain price, and afterwards complained that ho had lost money. A Locofoco Congress thereupon votes him 50,000 without the shadow of an excuse, thus giving that Bum to a purtizon editor: The expenso they will chargo upon a Whig administration. And yet this is not all. They have repeuled tho contract law and quartered tholr organ upon tho Treasury, In order to keep it afloat. After nearly nine months of unremitting exertion, writes tho Washington cprrespon- dent of the N. Y. Courier, tho Washington Union is at last pensioned on the Treasury, with a revenuo of princely grandeur, making more than amends for all past delay, and providing resources which, might keep the establishment of an East India Nabob in Ori cntal rmgniflccncc. Our Democratic ad vorsarics hnvo a way of doing things when they start about it.thnt is "a caution." In the present enso they have doliboratoly violated the faith of an existing contract, and for no other purpose than to sustain a party organ hero, nnd to proviso tho means of carrying on a Presidential campaign they devised a scheme by which a favorite editor is to bo en riched annually, and that fat pigeon, called tho Treasury, is to be regularly plucked. Noithcr tho Union nor General Armstrong are censurable for taking care of their own interests; but tho party which so flagrantly tramples under foot every profession ofc- conomy, and by such nets exhibits its wan ton disregard of principle, should beheld ac countable and exposed for mal-nppropriation of tho public money. Declaration of War. The German Wards, in Cincinnati, aro in great commo tion. The war against tho Miami tribe grows more bitter and general. Flags, ban ners and devices; indicating tho hostility of the peoplo to them, abound in all Uio dis tricts beyond the Rhine that is, north of tho canal, and In all tho German neighbor hoods. Public meetings ore hold, and fiery resolutions passed, denouncing all who were members of that infamous sccrot society. Tho Cincinnati papers contain an author ized odition of Mr. Relmemn's spcoch, at a great mooting of tho Germans; and, as his views aro the views of thousands, we give that part which is of tho most immediate in torost. It is a serious broach, and must bo hcalod somehow, or Loeofocoism in Hamilton is doomed. Let me say, then, in conclusion, that, as sure ns tho party insists to keep its silence in retorenco to the Miami tribe, as suio as I find men on the Domocratic ticket, wilfully members of tho Miami tribe, and who sought nnd obtained a nomination from it, and who will not publicly nnd distinctly recant their error, just so suro will I scratch those names from tho Democratic ticket on the socond Tuesday of October next, and thousands will do it with me. Applause. Wo would rathor not do it, but principle dictates it, and so help us God, wo will doit, if we livo till then, call us what you please, unless due To- fontiinco from these men stays our hand. Applause Tub New Postage Law. Tho now cheap postage luw for newspapers, passed at tho recent session of Congress, is a consider able improvement on the former nieasuro, as there is no variation of chnrges according to different distances, lly this now luw, one cent postage Is chnrgud upon newspapers under threo ounccB in weight to any part of the United Btatos, and ono-hnir this charge when tho postngo is paid yearly or quarterly in advance This pro-payment can either lie made at the othco whero mailed, or whan delivered; though the latter fact was not sta ted in tho law as Itlins beon published, and which proves to hnvo boon an "Imperfect co py. X his uniform ruto ot oiio cent through out tho country is certainly vury-conveniont. and a considerable udvonco in tho cheap postage rofurm. tin newspapers ofono ounco and a half in weight, nnd circulating in tho Stele where published, tho postage chargeable will be one-hulf cent and ono-quarter cent per copy, according ns mo postago Is prepaid or not. Out of tho Stnto, these newspapers pay the sumo rates of postago as the threo ounce newspapers. Tho publishers of weekly newspapers imiy sond to each actual subscri ber, within tho county whoro their papers aro printed and published, ono copy there of froc'of postage. Transient newnpapora, if not prepaid, nro to bo chnrged two cunts pur copy. Tho luw Is to go into effect on the 30ih of present month. Halt. Sun. How THK Ilimit ARB Exi'ECTEH TO HELP the riniTisii Government. WAen the Celt htii crossed the Atlantic, helieyins for the first lime tn hu lye to consume the manufacture of this cawtfiy, nnd indirectly to contrilnile to its custom. Wo mnv possibly live to soo tho day when tho chief product of Irelnnd will no cattle, and English and Scotch tho major ity of her population. T.hp nlno or ten mill ions ot Irish, who by thnttimo w ill have set tled in tho United States, cannot bo less Il y t0 EnS,ttl. and will certainty be mth , Urrrv turner to her than they now arc Ixm- aon Time. Wo wish the IrMml(.tv in, this country could sec how EimUnd stilUcontrlves to moke them tmy taxes. Indeed the London Times says Mer lin to Im fmjiuM to England until thvy reach thu country. Ity coming here and voting th 0 Democratic tltk'et, they assist that policy which supports Enirlish Dui,..r.. turoa and sends back all tho spare money In mo country to pay tor angiiBn goods. The London Thnes and tho Liverpool Times de- siro tho success of Franklin Pierce, because. they oponly say, such a choice will boncflt their manufactures. By voting then, (ot Franklin Pierce, Irishmen vote for tho sup port oi i';nginnii and her manuiactures, and according to tho wishes of tho English Gov ernment. 1 Aro irishmen ready to do this! Do they wish to encourage English manufnc tures? We think not. Hartford -.Couraat. Cincinnati, Sent. C A man named Pti. tor Rodling killed a woman nuined Christi ana Kramer, in this city Saturday evening, by cutting her head open with an axe, and then diatc en cut his own throat. Ilotli died imme- ateiy. Cause love and marriage, Drowned. A'littl Irish boy, about five years of age, living near the West end of Main street, was missed last evening about five o'clock and no traces of him could be discovered. He was last seen, we under stand, near the canal, playing in the water with a stick. This morning, a search was made, and his body was found in the canal. It is supposed that he fell in and was drown ed. A short timo since, he lost his mother, and an Irish family had kindly consented to ruiso him. The name we did not learn. Sudtlen Death. This morning, Mrs. Ma lyn, tho wife of ono of the workmen upon tho railroad, about a milo west of this city, was found dead in her room. When discov ered, her body was in a knoeling posture, with her head resting upon the bed. A cor oner's inquest wa held over tho dead body, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the above facts. Sho had boon unwell for some time, and it is supposed that her death was caused by some internal disease A Sul Ikath. We loarn that Mr. Malyn, tho husband of tho woman that was found dead th:s morning, died thisaftornoon.ofthe effects, as it is supposed, of delirium tre mens. Upon tho discovery of the dead body of his wife, ho was suspected of being the causo of her doath, but upon examina tion, it wns discovered that no marks of vi lenco was upon her body, und he was re leased. He died shortly after reaching his shantce. The Case of Dr. Gardiner. The special committee of tho Senato appointed to inquire into tho Gardiner and othor cases, it is said, havo made a proposition to Dr. Gardiner which has been accepted, that he shall pro ceed to Mexico, accompanied by two wit nesses, whom the committee shall appoint, and prove to their satisfaction, on tho spot, where his mines aro located, and the validity of his claims.' ' ' ' Coin aos at the Philadelphia Mint. Since the 1st of January, the sum of $32,- 049,033 in gold has been deposited at the Philadelphia mint, against $23,005,141 dur ing tho same period last year. There wore coined during tho past month 2,078,274 pieces of silver, including l,43fl,600 three cent pieces, 70,000 half dimes, 62,600 dimes, 15,100 hall dollurs, and 1,100 dollars. 1 he gold coinage of the month amounts to 492, 1174 pieces, and includes 175,279 doublo ea gles, 18,768 eagles, 45,283 half eagles, 7 1, 712 qnnrtor eagles, nnd 178,932 gold dollars. Total coinugo of gold and nilvur, during Au gust $4,340,885. PuDMsiriNO the Banns. On Sabbath week a somewhat curious circumstanco took, plnco in Mcigle parish church. The precep tor, after proclaiming tho banns of matrimo ny between tho young couplo, concluded by saying "If there bo any objections they can now uo stated." A fashionable youth, an old admirer of the intended bride, noticing tho eyes of the con grogatwm fixed upon him, rose up and ex clnimod "Ihuvo no objections for my own. part!" To tho astonishment of all about him he resinned his scat as if ho had ilono a mere formal piece of business. Dundee llccorder. Still they Come I I Tho Whig Stato Journal says that A. J. Iferr, of Itnrrisburg, horetolore an activo l.ocoloe.o, has como nut bold I v for Scott. The sumo paper adds that "muny of tho- laborers at Colcbrook Fur- nnce, who never voted a whig ticket, aro a mongtho most zealous supporters of Scott." There aro two Scott clubs in Dauphin coun ty whoso presiding officers novcr voted a Whig tickot. They served tinder Scott in tho war of 1812,nnd will not desert him now. Ship. (Pa.) Areu. More Blood! The Lorofocos seem bent on exterminating oach other during the presont campaign. They had a general row at a mooting in West Union on Saturday night Inst. The room was wot with tho blood or combutunts boforo tho fight ended. Sc v or al of thorn wero taken beforo Esq. Prathor. Wo hnvo not learned thu result of the inves tigation. f the Locofocos keep up this spirit until Novomber, tho Whigs will have a light job T it. Portsmouth Clipper. Tub Wf.kki.y Religious Press, Thoro aro printed In tho city of New York 13 week ly roliglous pupers, with a circulation of 108,!I(I0. Thu lurgest circulation is 29,000 a week, and the smallest 1,700. All hut five havo a circulation of over 0,000. In London there are but four or five, and in Paris but two or three. The circulation of tho New York religious press surpasses that of any other clty Fish. A discovery has boon rocontly made In France, in regard to tho incrensool fish, by which it is possible to increase thoir numbers to any extent. We hope this may load to tho replenishing of all our rivers with salmon, piko und trout. Tho Govorn tnent of France, by giving encouragement to the Idiscovcry, has' caused the prico of fish, in some parts of France, to bo reduced to ono-fourth tho lormcr price. A Monster Snake. The York (Pa.) Republican says that several days ago, a black snako was killed about three miles from that town up the Codorus creek, which measured six feet in length, and nearly threo inches in diameter and had one hundred and twenty-three young ones in it. Spirit of '76. The whlgs of Cambridge,. hid., hold a meeting on Thursday evening last, which breathed of tho spirit of '70. The assemblage was largo and enthusiastic It had been announced publicly, that Pat rick Garritr a son of "Erin's Green Isle' would address his fellow countrymen on the occasion, and expose the falsehoods thrown upon the character of W infield Scott by the to called democracy. ' Although the Locos had threatened Am life with tht mob, stul l'atncK Garrity, undaunted, stood up and eloquently exposed' the falsehoods and tho policy of Lo cofocoism, to his countrymen. Ho eloquent ly alluded to tho hostility of locofocoism, a- f;alnst Internal Improvements Said he, fol ow Irishmen, "U Is whig policy, that builds our railroads and canals, gives us la bor for our support, while Locofocoism would sllonco the workshops and supply the peo plo from the manufactures of Uirmingham and Loeds." Mr. G's remarks wore listen ed to with the utmost attention, and had tho right effoct upon his countrymen. Mr. G., is a roady debater and very familiar with tho principles of Utfverivmeut. . As soon as for eigners understand the character of the two parties, they no longer fight under the so caned Democratic banner. Cambrulyt lu veille. Ou New Postmaster Gxneral. Hon. SmauelD. Hubbard, of Middletowu.Conn., succeeds Hon. Nathan K..Hall, at the head or the General Post-Ofn.ee, and is a capital , vvv ilw" a "e'nl" of the XXIXth and AXXtn Congresses, and very gonerally regarded as one of the most clear-headed, energetic business men of the House. Ho did not waste an hour ol tits four Sessions in talk, but his industry was a proverb, and his jndgmont was implicitly relied' on. Mr, Hubbard's appointment is moat satisfactory to tho friends of Scott and Graham, and will prove acceptable to the, country, iV 'ys T.ribunt. .f-- f , i ... Tuesday Eveulitir, Sept. T, 1859 "Ominous." Everybody who looks around, can easily notice the strong current of pop ular favor rushing along for Gen. Soott, car rying him faster and faster towards the White House; but perhaps nowhere out of Cincinnati are there so many visible signs. Tho Gazelle says that "a rich scene came off at a Locofoco meeting in the Fifteonth Ward one evoning this week. The crowd gath ered, and in due time an attempt was mado to organize. A motion was made, that a cor tain well-known Democrat take the chair, which was unanimously carried; where upon, to the dismay of the meeting, the chairman elect arose and stated that he was a Democrat, had always been a Democrat, but that he rould not presido over the meet ing, because ho did not intend to vote the ticket. Tho meeting was thunder-struck, and kept silonce for somo time, until some body moved that another well-known Demo crat take tho chair, which was carried with a like unanimity but, to tho utter amazement and consternation of the meeting, this chairman elect also announced to the meet ing that he could not'votcthe ticket, but.that ho would take the chair and put their mo tions for them, if they desired it. Not wish ing to try any more experiments, and not knowing how far the disaffection might ex tend, they concluded to let him preside, in spite of his disloyalty. Of courso there was not much enthusiasm in the meeting, after those occurrences, and after attempt ing to hold a Locofoco meeting lor some timo, they gave it up In despair, and ad journed, after giving three hearty cheer for Scott! County Exi-hnses. The tax-payer of this county aro already advised that they pay dearly for a county government, we might say twice as much as there was any necessi ty for, for no other reason than to reward hungry ' partizans, who take a prido in liv ing upon their wits rather than their labor. Hamilton county, under tho control of simi lar men, fairly groans under tho burden. Last year, six thousand dollars were paid for Attorney's fees; threo hundred and sixty-seven dollars for tho travelling exjienses of tho Commissioners; five hundred and eighty dol lars for n pension ngont, for which there was no law. How like Fairfield, taking tho difference of wealth nnd population into the account. Dlasi iiem v. Iu his speech on Saturday evening last, Dr Olds probubly exceeded himself in blackguardism, ohscens remarks nnd blasphemy. In alluding to the unfor - tunato occurrence of Gen. Pierce's fainting ' in Mexico, ho soul mat, there wns notning pnrticulurly objectionable in that, all per sons were liablo to such misiortunes, "Christ hiniBolf fainted." To tho honor of tho audience, bo it said,, their very looks denoted that tho remark chilled almost tho entire ossembly. Wo put this upon record now, for wo want no denial herouftcr. Still They Comk. A friend in' tho Northern part of tho county, whoso word is as good ns- his bond, writes us, "thnt one of his neighbors, who has always voted tho Democratic tickot, is now a warm Scott man." This Is only a sample of a lot of sajyh intelligence received from different parts of the county. The slanders heaped by tho leaders of the Locofoco party, upon ono of tho best and most patriotic citizens of tho country, aredike chickens "coming home to roost." Proceed, gontlemenl If you think thcro is no hereafter, and should hap pen to get there, don't expect tho honest men in your pnrty to accompany you. 07"Dr. Olds says that, if ho wanted a General to fight his buttles, ho would vote for Scott. Exactly so. The Doctor volun teered to go to Mexico and then backed ont. It would suit him vory well to livo at Wash ington and quarter himsolf upon tho Treas ury, out of the reach of danger, manufactur ing War and voting that other men should go within reach of tho ballots. But tho pco plo, we imagine, will think that thoso men who breasted tho danger and led over ar mies on to victory, aro deserving of other stutions. They won't bo so fond of mak klng Wars as thoso who don't do tho fight ing. Who ark They! Doctor Olds in his spcoch suid that, in the War of 1812, cer tain persons mot in Hartford and took sides against their country and others burnt blue lights upon tho coast of Connecticut, to light thoonomy's ships into their harbors.and Inti mated that thoro was such a party in tho country now. We agree with him. These torics and blue-light federalists rejoiced when they heard of the surrender of Scott and his gallant comrades at Queenstown Heights, and who docs the same thing new! We need not answer tho question In this community. An Old Soldier. Among the new re cruits to the Scott army in Wayno county is Mr. A. G. Butler, a soldier in the war of 1812. He says that "hill;:stick;to the General whilu there Is a button on his coat, and when that Is gone, he will stick to tho coat." He adds, "do for him whatever you can, you cannot do too much. lie is ono that guarded our land." As Dr. Olds would say, "forward, march!" SUUTT leauu THE COLUMN. "Tub Fowl Party." Tho Locofocos of Hamilton county, have been dubbed the fowl; party," since they egged Mr. Recine- lin.whom they were want to call the 'talent ed and energetic German," whon they could uso him. His German friends, justly indig. nant, are now singing "Corns out h-wtsmamr theoiM party "And vote for young Tippnt-nos," itrv . Nativism. Dr. Olds admits that Scott had writton a letter In which he stated that he was favorable to- our present naturaliza tion laws and even went for extending them In a particular caeo;.but ho added that Gen. Scott, was. not sincere ln this because he had art eye to the Presidency. All we have to say is, that the records of the country how that Gen. Scott's word is at least as good as Dr. Olds' oath. Larue Tomatoe. Mr. T. Llulefield placed upon our , table a tomatoe, which, weighed 1 lb 14 or., and what is better about twenty of the snina kind which measured nearly. . .. . . . . .. . - nan n bushel. All together, picked at ran dom from a largo lot, thvse .are hard tg lent. I Lavletsnett. Last evening, the house of one of our citizens was entered, the man was taken therefrom, and severely maltreat ed. We care not what tho cause was; the remedy was worse . than the disease. The Government was formed and the laws insti tuted for the protection of our lives, our per sons, our property and reputation. The law names the crimes; the law gives the remody. A departure from it in one case, will lead to similar violations, and what was first intend ed for good, will surely result in evil. An archy and insubordination must follow, and we might as well have no government. We know not what foundation there may have been for any such proceedings; we of course cannot fathom tho difficulties, nor do we, for our present purpose, caro. Every good cit izen must regret that such a course was ta ken. We are all interested lit the observ ance ot the laws; if the remedy is not suffi cient, let it be changed; but to take tho law in our own hands is not in accordance with our institutions and should not for a mo ment be tolf rated. A sober-second thought will even cause those who were engaged in the mob to rcgretit. Individuals do not form the proper tribunal before which to attest a man's guilt or innocense. The law points out the moans and its instructions should be observed. Men, in tho excitement of the moment, are not apt to dojusticc, and hence the necessity of avoiding all such hasty pro ceedings. If an individual is guilty, let him suffer the penalties of the law; but if he is not and is punished, who is to be the next sufferer! Where, if mob law is tolerated, will it end! Con any one tell! AVw Line of Coaches. We notice that Mr. Roberts, the new mail contractor on tho route from Zanesvillo to Maysvillc, is stock ing the road. Several coaches with their teams and drivers, passed through the city to-day. "Opposition is tho life of business.' fjDr. Olds tried last Saturday to con vince the Democracy that Gen. Jackson was running for tho Presidency in tho per son of Franklin Pierce. Ho forgot to men tion, however, the number of bills approved by Gen. Jackson, against which Franklin Pierce voted. Perskcution of the Jews dy Russia. A letter in the New York Express, dated War saw, Poland, August 1st, after stating thnt the cholera wbb raging there, nnd thnt nine ty, persons died the day previous, adds the following in relation to the persecution of ; the unfortunate Jews- by Russia: j An imperial ukase is published, which , coinmnnds nil men under the ago of 60, who jsiro to raise beards, to notify tho local au- I 1 1. am! I tl.ni. !. I ...... 1,a n n mnvtt 111"! I IICQ 11 mill n.nu. uiii biiu j'tijr iiiui. of a heavy fee, the mngistrato willgivo aper- mit to tho citizen to wear a board. Tho per mit ai d fee nro to bo renewed semi-annually. Ho who fails to notify tho authorities, or neglects to procure tho permit and honor tho tax, yet wears a heard in defiance of the ukase, makes himself liable to a very heavy fine, and to a severe bodily'tchattiscment with the knout. This is a rather severe and tyran nical law, especially to tho poor Jews, who reside in this country in great numbers, out numbering, in sumo places, tho Christian and Gentilo population. Their religious tsnets, (tho laws of Moses,) you know do not allow them to shave tho beard or cut the hair off the head, and many of them aro too poor to pny for the permit. These Jows, therefore, aro i x posed to great cruelty and persecution on tho part of tho Russian min ions low, ignorant and brutal officials, tho most cf them, whoso heardened hearts de light in the cruel and unmerciful whippings inflicted upon the despised and hated de scendants of Abraham. Russia and Polish prejudice prompt the official executioner to add stroku to stroke even abovo tho prescrib ed lawful standard, until several victims of this species of cruelty, a few days since, ac tually died under the knout. But hero is none that dares raise his voice against such wan ton, wilful murder. Affairs in Texas. A letter which wo find in tho New Orleans Picayuno, dated Gonzales, Texas, Aug. 5th, says: Lands are now selling from threo to fivo dollars per acre, and rapidly rising tho a mount of immigration having been in the Inst two years mont astonishingly great. There hnvo been recently discovered on tho Upper Colorado different specimens of quartz containing a Inrgo quantity of gold, and no doubt the minora I wealth of Texas is very great. All that Texas wants to mako her tho great State of the South, or rather tho Union, Is working mon, men who employ their hunds, who till tho soil, and all who are engaged in productive pursuits. It needs actual settlers to develop its rcsouroes as an agricultural nnd producing country. Mechanics of all kinds do woll, getting $2,60 per day. As for tho lawyers and doc tors they aro as "thick as tho loaves In Val- ambrosa." It seems to mo that thcro Is a lawyer for every ten men, and with nothing In bod s world to do but to starve There are more lawyers and lets law In Texas than any State In the Union. Locoroco Assertion and Truth Con trasted. The Boston Pilot, speaking of General Pierce's course in Now Hampshire, in regard to tho abolition of the test voto, says: "The good fueling of General Pierce. In this matter, may bo appreciated from what we have said thus far. Hut a circumstance occurred which adds greatly to his credit. When tho towns came tb vote upon the amendment granting . equal rights to the Catholics, they rejocted it, as we have seen. Hillsborough, tho borne of General Pierce, gave a very lnrgo majority In favor of tho amendment." Now, what,aro tho facts! The ofTlclul re turn of tho votes in in "Hillsborough, the home of General Pierco," on the last voto of tho Catholic emancipation, shows, tho fol lowing result: For striking out the test - 15 Against striking ont 101 Was tho Pilot ignorant, or did It intend to. lie! Cm. Gas. -r Prospect in Nkw York. Tho Albany Evening Journal, of Tuesday, one of tho niose untiring an J best posted of Whig sen tinels, says "All's WELi!"and adds "Th6 intelligence from different parts of the State Is of the most gratifying, character. 'Tho Whigs-have never exhibited a bettes spirit, or more cheerfully entered upon the labor, of Organization, They appreciatetluV'mag nitudo and Importance of the issues and the kind of work necessary to rnsure a success ful termination of the contest. And they are performing this work-, quietly but effec tively. The indications now aro, that tho State will be more perfectly Organized than ever before.'" ' i Friends of Scott-io Ohio! Einulato the Whlgs of Now York in the labor of Organi- tat.on. Not only give indication that Ohio will be more perfectly organized than everiy betore, but taKe no real or relaxation in the work unlil it is perfected. , Success. depends upon it. . 5 PREJf IUM TO BI AWARDED AT TBS ITS8T IAI&nZL9 C0U5TT AGSICTTLTUKAI FAIB TO BE HELD JTEAB LABCASTXB. OH THU SA DAT AID FKISAY.THX 818T AKD JED 0T OCTOBER. 1853 . Lancaster, Orio, August 98, 1853. At a meeting of the "Executive Committee" ol the "Falrflold County Agricultural Society," the following list of Premiums to be awarded at the First annual Fair, to be held at Lan caster, on Thursday and Friday the 21st and 22d of October, 1853, was adopted. -CATTLE. Class I. For best thorough bred import ed short horn Bull over 3 years old owned in the County. Diploma, 2d best do " Best Bull 2 years old " . 2d best do " Best Bull 1 year old M 2d best do M Bull Calf . 2d best do " Fomales same. For best short horned Bull over 3 yean old raised in County $5,00 2d best do 3,00 Bost 2 year old Bull 8,00 2d best do . 2,00 Best one year old Bull 3,00 2d best do - ' 2,00 Best Bull Calf 2,00 2d best do 1,00 Females same. . Awarding Committee Thos. Houston, Aug. Perril, John Wylie. Class 2. Best common or Grade Bull over 3 years old 4,00 2d best do 3,00 Best do 2 years old 3,00 2d best do 2,00 3,00 2,00 2,00 1,00 Beat do 1 year old 2d best do Best Bull Calf 2d best do Females same. For best Milch Stock, Cow, without regard to 3,00 2d beBt do For best pair Work Oxen 2,00 5,00 2d best do 3,00 For best short hornod fat Steer, over 4 years old. Diploma 2d bost do " Best between 3 &4 " 2d best do " BcBt between 2 & 3 - u 2d best do " For best common fat Steer over 4 years old 4,00 2d best do 2,00 Bost between 3 & 4 3,00 2d best do 3,00 Best betweena & 3 2,00 2d best 1,00 Award. Com. John Reber of Pickawoy co., Isnuc Clnypool, Wesley I'otors. HORSES. Class . Best imported Stallion owned in the County. Diploma, 2d best do Rest Stallion owned and raised in tho 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 4,00 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 ilbcst do 3,00 Best gelding for light harness 3,00 2d best do 2,00 Best pair Matched Horses 4,00 2d best do 2,00 Award. Com. Geo. Beck, Henry Fink- bone, Abraham Applcgate. Class 2. Best Gelding over 4 yr's old 3,00 Best Mare over 4 years old 3,00 2d best do 2,00 Best Filly 3 years old 3,00 2d best do 2,00 Best do 2 years old 2,00 2d best do 1,00 Best Maro Colt 1,00 2d best do 1,00 Best Riding Horse or Mare to be showed by a Lady 4,00 2d best do 2,00 Award. Com. D. Tallmadge, James W Pcarce, F. I. Boving. JACKS & MULES. Best Jack 6,00 2d best da 3,00 BcstJon.net 3,00 2d best do 2,00 Best single Mule 2,00 2d best do 1,00 Best pair of Mules 4,00 2d best do 2,00 Best Mule Colt 3,00 2d best do 2,00 Award. Com. Wm. Phelan,Jonn Shaf fer, Samuel Cupp. MERINOE SHEEP. 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. 3,00 2,00 3,00 2,00 3,00 2,00 4,00 2,00 4,00 3,00 Award. Com. James R. Pearse, Daniel Keller, Job Stuckey. SWINE. Best Boar over 2 years old 3,00 2,00 2,00 1,00 2d best do Best Boar over 1 year old 2d best do Females as above. Best pen, of pigs not less than 5 in No., and undor 4 months old 2d best do Award. Com. Samuel Wiser, John Gill, John A. Collins. POULTRY. BeBt pair Game Fowls 2d best do Best pair common Fowls 2d best do Best pnir Poland Fowls 2d best do Best pair Dorking . 2d best do Best pair Turkeys 2d best do , Best pair Ducks 2d best do Best pair Guinea Fowls Best pair Geese 2d best do Awad. Com. G. Steinman, baugh, John Price. BUTTER, ETC. . 2,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 3,00 1,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 Sam'l Stan- Bost 5 lbs Butter, 1,00 ' 10 " Cheeso, 1,00 loaf Baker's Bread, ' 1,00 " " Domestic " 1,00 " Sample Honey, 1,00 " 6 lbs Maple Sugar, 1,00 Award. Com. T. V. Reber, Jno. Lyons, Judge Perry. GRAIN AND. FLOUR; Bust sample Wheat, Rye, " " Oats , " Barlcyj ' " " Indian Corn, " Sweet Cprn, " " Buckwheat,.' Flaxseed, Timothy seed, ; , " " Cloyar ft- Not less thaa-ruushel, each. 1,00 lflO 1,00 1,00 lflO 1,00 1,00 1,00 LOW 1J00 UesH)br. Hour, 10 10 " ; 50 Jbs buckwheat do eornmnal. l.nn Award.'" Coin. Joseph Parker,' Richard Hooker, C. Baker. ; DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Best 10 10 yds domestic flannel, 1.00 1.C0 1,00 lflO 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 woe oolen taroot. not less in (. M Rag carpet M 10 yds tow cloth, " . " flax " ; double coverlet, '.. " " single coverlet, M patched quilt, " pair woolen stockings, " " socks, " .Jeans. LOO- Award. Com. Geo. Ring, C.'Drcsbach, H " VEGETABLES. Best 8 heads cabbage, " 12 turnips, 12 beets, 12 carrots, ' " peck onions, " " tomatoes, M i bus sweet potatoes, -- largest pumpkin, " i do Irish do " Bample squashes, " Sample cooking pnmpkin " " feedincr do LOO 1,00. 10 lfi 1,00 10 10 10 10' 10 LOO Award. Com.-Henry Miers, David' Bright, Martin Landis, FRUIT. ' Bost 6 kinds winter apples, " 6 Fall do " sample pears, M Catawba grapes, " Isabella do " sample quinces, 1,06" 10 1,00 LOO LOO 1,00 Award. Com. JohnU. Giesv. Aumistus Wilson, D. Huber. FLOWERS. Bost collection roses in pots $lfl0 " variety dahliis, ... ,1,00 " Annual flowers in pots . ' 1,00 " Cut do 10 "Basket of flowers " 1,00 Award. Com. Dr. M. Z. Kreider, Mrs. D. Tallmadge, Mrs. John C. Csssel, Mrs. Geo. Weaver, Miss Susan McNeil. FARM IMPLEMENTS, OPEN TO ALL. Beet plow for general purposes, 2,00 " " " sod, ' 20 " " - Corn, ' 20 " Sub-soil plow, - .30 " Harrow, 3,06 " Wheat Drill, ' 30 " Handrake. ' 10 ' Corn planter, ' 2,00 " " Cultivator, . 10 " Fanning mill, . 1,00 " Straw and Hay cutter, 10 " Churn, ' ; 10 ' Two-horso wagon, 8,00 Reaping machine, , 8,00 " Mowing do 3,00 " Thrashing do 2,00 " Corn and cob mill, 3,00 " Grain cradle, 10 " i dozhand rakes, 10 ' Hay fork, 10 Grass scythe,- .10 Award. Com. J. Beck, Goo. Smothers, Tunis P. Ashbrook. MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT. Cabinet Ware, dj-e, " Chopping Axe, " Mattock, " Horse Shoe, ' " Coal cooking stove, ' Wood " Parlor " .16 1,06 10 8,00 ' 10 1,00 1,00 20 2,00 2,00 2,00 20 10 1,00 1,00 Herr, H. Rifle, " Bureau, " Center tabic, " Bod stead, " Sott chairs " Made coat, vest, " " pants, Award. Com. J. Clarke, S Perry. Saddlery, Leather, $-c. " Plow Harness, " Carriage Harness, " doublo sot light harness " light do " Saddllo and Bridle, " Side solo leather,. " " upper do; " Call skin, Shoes Jf Hat " Puir coarse boots, " " calf skin do " Ladies' slippers, " lint, Award. Com. L. Lobcnthal, J. C 2,00 2,00 30 10 2,00 1,00 10 10 L00 1,00 10 10 Wea- ver, J. M. Pratt. Members of the Awarding Commttees will please present themselves at the Secre tary's table at or before 10 o'clock A. M., on the first day of tho Fair, so that vacan cies may be filled and the committees be in readiness to discharge their duties. All competitors must moke their entries with the Secretary before 10 o'clock A. M., at which timo the hooks must be closed in order to insure good arrangement. Entries however, can bo made at any time. It is hoped that exhibitors will see the propriety of making thoir entries previous to the day of the Fair if possible. For all stock and articles for which a pro--mium of $ 1 ,00 is offered, an entrance fee of 25 cents will be charged; for all others 50 cents. Members of the Society will be furnish ed with the Society's Badge, on calling on-1 the Treasurer, which will entitle them to all 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 Garden Pro ducts &c.,will be exhibited on the 2d day of . I T"1 . - . . . . " mo fair, for me auove entries can- be made ub to 10 o' cIock of tho 3d day. ' An address will be delivered at 3 o' clock' oa the the second day. All stocK will .be required to be on the ground until the evening of the 2d day. JOHN KttUBK, fres't. Jonii S. Bbasee, Secy. . ' A Real Acquisition. At a Scott Pole Raising at West Dayton, on Wednesday af ternoon, Patrick Kelly, Esq., being called out by the people, made an address in which he avowed his intention to support Scott and Graham. Mr. Kelly in 1849, was the dem ocratic candidate in this Distriot (or Repre-, sentative. He Is a fluent and efficient speak er, and will do good service for Scott, if ho will "take the stump."' - We hope Mr. Kelly will, ere long, address the people here. -There are many who would be glad to hear him. Dayton JoumaU . - , fetrThe Lbxincrton Sentinel eavsthat there is now living in Holmes county, Miss.',, a woman who married her Urst husband in September, 1823. She subsequently par ted with him: and from time to time married - three others, with all of whom she eepera-' ted. On tho day twenty-five years from' her first marriage, she parted with her fourth husband,. attonded the funeral of her second.. was married to her first, and the marriage ceremony was performed by her third hus-- band. She is now living with her JiPA, ot' rather her first husbandind doing well; and. is some woman- yet. Freaks or a Mad Bull. On Mo'ndav.. a large bull, which was beiriar driven throuirh the Third avenue in New York, broke loose from- his driver, scattering the people on every side, and making a clear road before- hun.- He made a dash at a harbor's shoo and succeeded in breaking into it;' whon ho-, was attacked by; a man armed with an axe. who struck him a severe blow upon the- head. This only infuriatod him. more. andS catching the man upon his horns Ifc gored! him in a shocking mnnnor. He next aP lacKea ono miica a small boy in t ilth street, before be could be secured. . ' ' ' '