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1 r ? r - ' --V I NEW SERIES-VOL L NO 17.: Hi LANCASTER;; OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 1, 1853.: : . WHOLE NO 1459 4 f -r ii im -, hit.... - ,.- , , ,, , , , , - M , -- a- ' --- CITY OF t AHCASTR; ( lijLAOGHTERr tDtTOB AND f HOPnitTDW. OFFICE-jpld Publ,! Biuldlin-rSoulfc- Corr " ?EBii$l',75 per annum fa 3tu?co, s ieidom ; 'witeed o BiBek tuiety wtt v V displayed b; men of nit pwlie, cro(W and . J)'rofeiob,' pn yeaterday, t,tb Court "' Iim W er nrt mble to iiteftdthe Wetln j ddr8d Jby . Masrv Jvwett "and i B eabe, ani aro un able, there fort, to a ;. tyfopala of the argumanu adduced on ' the """.ooeeaion; tut w Iearu that" the dUcWion ivaa conducted .in a coarteoua and affable manner.' Itiaeenerany conceded, however, CCCouDtcffeillnj a pot confined to the eofoinf (fCbiA money, and to prove .that it ia not, the N. TT JaufDal of Commerce aayi: ,"Thfre are now to bo1 Iound,""ool ia jun iboprUy callira,- put la otorea with fretcode watt and hfty crtlinga,' atch arti. Cieaoaaewing Uk witli Italian certificate and aigneturee, warranted genuine,- wiiiek the proprietor of each atorea knor wu ne. er afloat bo aatt wateft priota with "Pollfua Mtti'a & C.e.i faris'.' upon Mm iiiket., wbicb tho aellera know came from ayankeo work ahdp; glove'arked"Bljou, d warrant ed beat 'kid' which were, manifestly made of Pennsylvania sheep .. akins; , broadcloth) bearing the well known name and inscrip tion o(. French or Belgian fabricant, and, la the knowledge of tho buyer, veto ; mode near tho great. Erie- Canal; spool cotton stamped "Coatee?,' cutlery bearing the trade njarlf .of :'Rodjjer,M end multitudes of oth ers, too- numerous t tnenliouall ' fraud upon the manufacturer "whoso name I bor rawed, arid so far as the cheat is successful, frauds tiuon" the" Consumer. Apart froin this consideration there ia another of equal if not greater iinportanoe. . Clerka and oth er employees are familiarized with dishones ty.1' If it ii lawful to forge the Mabel and that Mr Jewett is much the beat, speaker. We had a reporter present.- bat for some aignatureof a GerrnaQ manufacturer, in or unaccouutablo reason, he baa failed to make der to give currency to Cologne water made ' ouieD6rt ln time for thia evenlns'ar.. '! New York or Philadelphia, why, may ot - aiieand U may be that . ii failing, pill be general one deprUrUigi u altogether of tho ploaauro Of k publishing of thd diecuat ' "afon.'.' ry.:jv;-i j -v. ! ' The publie interest felt In the question, -. seemed to have' increased after tlie fore .; ,. noon' discussion, and when the hour for the afternoon'a d'tecussion waa announced,, the, the clerk write the oame of his .employer Upon the back of bis note,. tn order to secure a discount at bank!'' . ' : True enough. -' 'And why mylnbt the ap prentice vsa his master s namo to facilitate a private speculation, provided his ' master never near ot tho wrong! If. merchant and men of business futly realized the migh ty influence of thoir daily example, more Court House waa densely crowded;eomachso potent to roost instancos" than their oft spo thai it was found necessary for the speakers ken precepts, and how their own course has to' take a stand at one of the windows in j given the first wrdny Impulse to those of order that the "out aiders" mignt Desr What their dependents whoso. fJt hive became was aaid- The discussion closed about six entangled in an evil .' way. they would be s. o'clock in .the eteiiing, when ; loud cheers - were given the speokers by their respective friehds 'We cari "only . record , what we saw front more watchful over themselves, and more tender toward the fallen.' '' .' Distructio or Shaz by Earthqcaxs. A letter from Persia give .some . further our office window, nd aro unable o say 1 particulars of the terrible earthquake atShi- whtcli party teemed the jnost':tiumerous.-- rool1e 2ia of AptiL last. The shocki ' Some aay that there were three anti-Main Cotied np to tho 1 4th of Mi(y, at - short Law men to one in favor of it; but as there intervals every day. Tho first shock lasted iseome difference of opinion In regard to the nv, minutes, when the Inhabitant! were numerrpaf strength t6f 'the parties we da not aigep and laid nearly the whole city in ru- feej it Jiherty to vouch for bo cburacy.of ,,. . rhe writer, in speaking of the scene the etatementi What effect this debate will nexj mornihg, olysif ; ' ' have-' In- thei eomlnj 'Contest remain to be ' On every side the eye cottld eo nothing eed.;,' '' 1 -' "' '' ' ; x ' '" ,: -' 'v but a hoap of ruins, streets blocked up with ' '; ': -' 1 ; " TT S- .k- atones, and dead bodie being carried on , SmTB Dkmocbatic CoKVEHTioH.-.On the ilter,'wilh,aUhe w, . u the , city; . It 84th tnst the Democracy assemoiea in toe maue th ne1.t Dlee(j ,ee lne i,mbsof pir city of Columbus for the purpose of nominat ins o candidate for school Commissioner and Lieutenant Governor,, in plaeai of Lester Blis', -resigned. The ; following, persons " were put in jiominatton : ... ' ' JameS Myers of Toledo," Jamds C. John . son of Medina county f (late Speaker of the House: orRcpreaentatives.) B, F. Loiter of Stark, Valentino Chase of Butler; A.JS: Pi 'ait of L-iirari.': inl George Rex of Stark.- On th6 first Vote, Slyer Was nominated by very handsome majority over all hi com - petitory. , ' :l r Havini disposed of the. Lieutenant Gov. irior, the Convention .proceeded to choose a candidate lor Stat Commibsioner oi iom tricln' Sohoots, and -the following, persons were nut' in nomination: . H. H. Barney. Nathan Guilford, and -White, of Ham. . ilton county; Dr. T. M." Drake, of Muskin cum; D. A.' Wright, of Wood; :Gilson, of . Mahoning; r--Childe of Knox; Riokieyof ,nd H. Rice, of Cuyahoga Wrieht. of Woo withdrew, In a regular ped N . ,gogue epeechy which he took occasion to r inflict upon tlie Jeonvenlon a'goio after the ' nomination was made. -.b the first vote H. H. Barney wae nom 4naud bv a very complimentary majority ' - though be waperaonally and politically un known. V oiost member,of the Conventrom ' ' StCKitssThero "amount of sickness throughout the country thU eason than his been known.for a num-J .berof yearer u w except we coier ohs a - Tear or two: ago. Fever and ,flex ' aee'rn to be the prevajliogf pidemiek Whole families have' bee,. wept, off in numerous inaUnoe in different, sectioo, of th poui try. . 14 Gordon and Gilmer couo Vie, Ge'of. .-. ffia. hundred have.died , -within the past week, 4and hundred are stUl lying danger;. oasy' 4!t";;Th6 Fever .1 Mill 'rsglng te1 tMrihia-eJClent in New Orlean, and in nearj- ly evefytjr ; In the -South there 1a more or leas fever III iome inatance making if al- imnnuibla to bnrv the dead. See tel- ' egrapble despatchea. J - ' -f J, on sh w'.ng themsolves from beneath the) rubbish, end men, women ami children en deavoring to withdraw the mutilated bodies of t'leir friend and relutiuns from beneath the ruins, which ir. thir dispair, they were tearing away with their teeth, their hands, and their nail. Out of, several thousand victims, the live of only a' small number were saved. Severe.' shock ''occurred for five days, during which it ii caleulatod that twelve thousand porsons perished. ' On the (oiirlh day lare bind of brigand inade their appearain'ei anj plunilcrod the unl'or tunule inhubitantit, who were without de fence and WitbifUt asyhun, of what they had been able to save from the ruing.'' ' ' : ' pESFEitATE Riot. There was a serious riot among some of. the laborer in the Cent al Ohio Railroad, - at .MoMahon' creek, on Monday. ..Tho wheeliiiif . Gae ette ay thoy hurled a volley of atones at the windows of a house, ano ' atiempieu to break down the door with their shillalehs. During the melee a man called Fitgpatrick waa shot in the legs, and - other slightly wounded,,, A bouse belonging to a Mr. Mo- Bride was a lo attacked, not with missile but the flambeau, and burned to the ground. Nearly every, thing it contained was consu med,, among, which was a trunk containing a large aum pf money. The riot was final ly quelldrt uj iur. oicoarsney, a contractor, who . rushed ia among the rioter with a loaded pistol, and threatened every one with Instant dealb who did .not ueut., . , . .. ArxcTiNo . IiicmBar. On , Sunday man bv the name of McNeil, who had late- tn b a nre.ter Iv arrived at New York from Scotlatid.trav " - : .. . . . . , , i l- eiled turuiign is roomy n in aearcn ui ins brother. He was informed that he had died in the City Hospital;' On repairing -there he was told that the body lino oecn reinov ed to Uellevne.' -Going op there' he went into the dead -bouse after: discovering the bodv he stoiraercd k fell.The warden of Bell evue bad him conveyed inside the hospital. but he died in tvvo hours afterwards. ;lTe;.iM??irti. jLrERs fbo ink V.Ja-. faii ExwniTioii.--Tho editor of the New. ark 'Advertiser ,.1'a; bpen .permitted . to per rose fne ' privato letter from Joseph A. HaUey.jr,, el tuat cuyf.cier oi n nrsi lieutenant' on tioard the U, ;S, steamship Powhattna.of tbo Japan .Expedition. The first oh'e Is dated May I7lb, at 9ort Loui' (ale pf Mauritius. We make thr following "On May 10th, about. 10, A. M.v land wa reported, and at 1,30 P. M., we- Came to anchor in Port Lout bay, one 'of thai finest place, I have ever seen. . Port Louis containa about 12,010 io habitants, prinel bad. Tbahip waa to . bo detained four or five week; a she wa leaking, 'and ira going to be repaired. - The following pleee of iutellegeuce we do not remember to have seen from any other qoarterr ; ':. .,. '.'After wo leav her we ahali go to Bor oo to ratify a treaty with tho Borqese. There are rumor here that the Boroese and Dutch are fighting very brUkly, and. ir that i true, our boat may have to mix in the scrimmage, if they 'are attacked, .Three of our boats aro agoing tip two launches and tne g:g.. 1 be, launches will each have a 13 lb. howitzer,, and the crew armed to the teeth. From Borneo wt shall proceed to Hong Kong, Where we shall await the com modore, who has gone to Japan with the steamers Mississippi and Susquehanna, and the sloop of war Plymouth. The 'Borneo expedition wilt be a dangerous one, apart Iroin the probability of getting mixed up In the tight, for the river which tho boat go op it lined with predatory tribe, who know no law except. piracy and . murder, and the captain expeet they will attack tho boats. They won't do it more than ouce." The New York Tribune baa advice from Shanghai to May. 15. The sloop of war Plymouth waa to remain there, and not to accompany the Japan Expedition, as waa expected. The American mercantile hou e had addressed a letter to Commissioner" Marshall, asking that they should not be left defenceless, exposed 'to any emergency that might arise. Commodore Perry .there fore, had : detached the Plymouth for tho present, from the Japanese Squadron. ' . Bayard Taylor, Eq , of the N.r Y. Trib une, had joined the Expedition to Japan.hav ing boen assigned a place in . the corps of i lists, with the rsnk of Master' Mate, on board the Susquehanna. The Expedition was to sail from Shanghai on Tuesday, May 17, and though its immediate, destination was not known, it waa supposed it would rendezvous at the great Loo Cboo islands, thero to awiit tho Saratoga and powhattsn. A rumor waa in existence that the Japanese had fortified their shores and stationed war junks to prevent the entrance of the steam er into tbeir waters, but this was regarded a a piece of Chinese exaggeration, j The Mississippi arrived nt Shanghai from Hong Kong on the Sd of May, and was sa luted by the Su-iquehanna. Commodore Perry, during his etay, became the guest of tne American Consul. On the 9th Commo dore P. transferred his pennant to the Sus quehanna, as the Aug ship of the expedition. The Saratoga nnd Supply were to sail from Shanghai between the 10th and -15th of May, and the Susquehanna and Mississippi on the 17th. The fleet, it waa supposed, would make it appearauce in the Bay of V.I, t .. P . . - jeuuo eariy in June. - ... ' : . n ' I' ' ; The India Battle oh the Plains. The result of the recent battle between the Sioux and tbeir allies, and - the Pawnees, sixty mile from Fort Kearny, i thus turn. tned up by the Independence Messenger. Ten of the Sioox and Cheyennes were left dead . upon the field; a number more were killed and wounded. On the part of the combined detachment, one Iowa was eft dead on the field; one Ottoe was killed; 13 Pawnee warriors, snd several women sud children were aluo killed. Wounded: 4 lowas; 10 Ottoes; 2 Sacs; 4 Pottawulamies, and about. 20 Pawnees, Several of the wounded have died. The ten Sioux and Cheyenne warrior 1 found dead on the field of buttle wero scalped, and conquerors cel ebrated their victory in the usual Indian mode.,;.., The number of - Pawnees, Iowas, Ottoe, &c, on one side were eight or nine hundred, and or Sioux and Chayennc one thousand. . . PitECAtiTroHABV , Measures The Board of Health of Wilmington, Del., in order to preserve the health of that town, have re solved to purchase a . quantity of lime and distribute it gratuitously among the citizens who are onable to pay for it, and at cost to all other, for the purpose of aiding them in purifying their cess-pools and cellar. Railroad Tim Table. In reference to railroad regulation, the Newark Advertiser well remarker.':' -.-- - Timetable are good things, but their utility i vastly iinpared, and sometime wholly destroyed, tor want of timekeepers. Nothing less than exactly running chronom eters can render; time tables of much val ue. ,lThe theory i good, but when practic ed upon by such watches a conductors have, and will have, aggravated by tho fallability and temerity of all concerned in the running of trains, who are still as reliable as other people.lhe inevitable result is error in time THE BLESSING OF A C03D DEED." BT T. AtTHta. nviirrv wen. Ton sbj I . j"rr,i i - i j l,u M w WJ.JJS I. JI9,.; a r- T Im &AILBOADB COMSOUDAIED.- WO from the Cincinnati paper that a Uonven- tion ort6r"Director.r veral ttatrway . S'mpafiiei' ifeeently held J 'The ranlt of their conference wa tho conaolirta- ' tion r theso companie. vlx: , The Fort pally French, although it I under the Eng.' '. l"ft." .'-J .is- P-r lisli flaff. There are also a great many Mai- WWw.pir. - : - , oorrmi.erabre wretche. ' who live WiVne and Platto River, onaer "VM frm nand tomooth.aiuf are! clad in nbth ;- ForV Win. Leoo,- Platta Valwr Aw- jo4 ot f pieco of muslin tied aroind the Tine Road" EtastUf uest, 'OI luiimu", I waist, xaej au onmo wu. hiviio i.au, r.. . . . . ' t:.I...J -l.,i.-kM,il inAdnliirTiv. and niintlrsds pverv is free i;deoted Proident -of th oneolidated getting about KJ dent aday, fti aieoMo.rrowen. i . knockdown.: .American !i CoojBioy,TR..CurU, of St. Loni. Chief, . eomDared ilh . - En-rioeer of tho e ptiro road.aoa tno orrang ' mentairo'lnorogreVri'o let tho. JM from FortWaydeW the Misilppi HWf ThU roA ia de.Whod to opes th Platte VaTley '"':-'-'fiblti1.TP'rt"W''to . "li. ObvenKMEiif POBbltASE IB N. T0ft 'iTlio Reoubllo ay that tt i not true that ;tVcrftr ,of tne Treasury ha abeolut " , lypnreba.edtha-. oli United Statea Bank ' property' 'adjoining tbo; vCUtom-nouse, in , VlTaU street. New York.' ? He ha, however, is UKed th bnadiBff;.t n"kt r6n of ; r-' ... : 933,000, wfth a prWile'ge of purehMOi' Cq) wiB prob"ally.k8 'thftiecMsary ap propriation rortho pdrpoBey up ne iion.when the purcha' wili.bo , ..completed for th bm bf $530,000. ""Tyi. j h (JrSamuel Bartlett.tif Frnkliri,1jth Democratlo riorolne for Senator, from the dUtrici compoieJ of Franklin and Pickaway, dora and wealth compared, with. tho. Vitua- tioa of these poor devils. . . Our orew nave aUJjai liberty here fifty going ashor at a timer.nd have all acted ery well.. Only ana has besa bart; h wa stabbed In three or foor places, butt doing i well- I went I out to the" hurrying ground, and viited Paul and Virgirtla tomb. Therd i a. beautiful littleV pend 'aorrbondpd by flower of all kinds, and on poo side of it is Paul'. grei and 9 th other. aid. Virginia'.' . ... Th hexl ldttei i dated from Singipore June lothi where they arrived tbaf day, and aate that during the whole- by age . from Norfalk they bad enjoyed oxceddioglyv fine weather: ?-' " ; 1 "We have bad all kind of new from the 8tate; um ay tbaJapai- expedition is recalled, and oome aay not 'pthert ' thatA merica going to war witn ; opain nooui Cuba, and that we Will bo ordered bonie and 6 there They also say lha Navy Billjof ncreaia ot pay, oa oeen oioo,.-,; , . ' 'Tho ' weather 1. deBcribed aa hot, the hermomeur being M to 93 degree .id the collision and inevitable 'massacre.' CninKJE Cool-IE m Australia, A car- era uf Chinese Coolie have lately arrived at Melbourne. Australia, and- the consignee of the ehip'advertisod" In , "the; paper that they were "prepared to, treat with parties desirous of availing themselves of the; ser vice or these useful men." it appears, however, that these Cboliea did not reach Australia without a trucrsle for . freedom, while on tho voyage, in which "one of the crew and ten of the Coojie were killed. Nineteen of the Coolie were subsequently tried at Penang for murder, eleven were sentenced to be liunor: but upon it being I shown that the ill-treatment' to wbieh they had been aubjeoted had-goaded them- on to commit the Crime; tho sentence of nine waa commuted to five week' imprisonment, and two were transported for Ufav.w,.-',.t- OOrW recently ootioed , the murder of Mr. Young arid son of Daytort, by' jlome one at that lira unknown, and stated that a M,r Dlcwa suspectdd." The Dayton telle yis't';'"v"';;',;?J';'vi:'1;"- T" . ''It ia'n'ow underatood ,thaC Dick admit that he murdered Mrs. Young and hereon Jame.. ; Hi ot wa found in Btapin'a table, yesterday; it wa stained with blood, Late in the eraninir a apado belonging to Stntn liaovered in k patob of weeds, . , i - t-. i. i. ' r.- ine airections to unu which wero given uy Dicklilinsejf, wfaoit is .said 'confessed that with this implement he had, committed the murder) -;.:,;':.,-;,-;'': w'-1. .irV-- ,', ''Dick also gave Information where he had secreted a .pistol which -he had. with him ai th time of tho-merder, intending to- use K if necessary to ncompliahed his; purpose..' The weapon was found lo Stapin's stablest wae loaded, and the bout wa coverea witn New1 lavsnttonA Bostonlan ha In rented a. "chronoinetrical loek,4' which', fixed to ajoor, t an not be opened, before the time loturminait on beforehand.--. Itinerate by clock-work; and. the absence of a key ijle drecludceall attempta to pick jjt ; , CCrFroit made it appearance at Cleye land on Saturday morning laeV . ' "I should like to do that retry dv, 'for a year to come,'' said air. William tverette, rubbing bis band together quickly io irro- pressiuic pleasure. Sir. ' Everett was a stock" and money bro ker, and had just made ' att 'operation,' bv which a clear gain of two thousand dollars was o cured. r Hew alone in. hit office; or, so much alone a not to feel restrained by ' the pretence oi anotner. And yet a pair of dark, sad eye, were fixed intently ' upon hi self satisfied coontenancer with an ex- 1 Firesaion, had ho observed it, that would, at : east, have excited a moment's wonder. Tboowne of thiirair of eyes wa slen der, rather poorly dreiwed lad. In hi thir teenth year, whom Mr. Everett bad engaged a aiiorl time previously, to attend at bis of fice and run upon errands. He was the son of a widowed mother, now in greatly reduc ed circumstances, ilis lather bad been an early friend of Mr. Everett. It wa. thi fact which led to the boy Introduction into th broker office. "Two thousand dollars!" The . broker had uttered bis satisfaction ;but now he torn. muned with himself silently. "Two thou sand dollar! A nice little sum ' that for a ingle1 day' work.- I wonder what Mr. Jenkio will say tomorrow morning, when he hear o( such an advance in these secur ities? . From some cause, this mental reference to Mft Jenkins did not increase our friend's state of exhilaration. Most probabty there wa something in the transaction, by which he had gained so handsome a sum of money, that, in calmer moments, would not bear too close sreutiny something that Mr. Ev erett would hardly like to have blazoned forth to the'' wurid. ' Be ' this as it may, a more sober mood, in time succeeded, and although the brooker wa richer by two thousand dollar than when be aroie in the morning, he was certainly no happier. An hour afterwards a business friend edmeinto ' the offlco of Mr.. Everett, and said: , .... . , . "Have you hoard about Cassfini" "No, what of hLii!" "He's said to be off for California ' with twenty thousand dillars in his pocksts more than Justly belongs to him." "What!" ;: "Too tru, I believe. His name U in the list of passengers who left New York in the steamer yesterday." "The scoundrel!" exi laimed Mr. Everett, who by this time wa very considerably ex cited. ... "He owes yon, does he I" said the friend. '1 lent him three hundred dollars only day before yesterday." ; . "A clear swiudle." ."Yea, it t. 0,ifl could only get my hands on him." Mr. Everett's countenance, is he ' said this, did not wear a very amiable expres- non. "Don't eel excited about it," said the other, "I think he ba let you off quite reas onably.. Was that sum all he asked to bor rowl" " : '- " Yes." . "I know two, ot least, who ore poorer by a couple of thousand by Ins absence." But Mr. Everett was excited, fur half an hour after tho individual left, who had cum in u n ic i ted this unpleasant piece of news, the broker walked the floor of his office with compressed lips, a lowering brow, and most unhai pv feelinir The two thousand dol ars gain in no way balanced, in his mind, the three hundred lost. The pleasure created by the one had uot penetrated deep enough to escape obliteration uy the other. ' Of all this, tho boy with the dark, sad eves had taken quick cognizance. And he comprehended all. scarcely a moment nau hi dance been removed from the counten a nee or form of Mr. Everett, while the lat ter walked with uneasy steps the floor of his oflice. ,-..'.-.-;.' As the afternoon waned, the broker's mind crew calmer. The first excitement produced by - the loss, passed away; out it loft a sense of depression and disappoint ment that had completely shadowed , Hi feelios.- , , - Intent aa had been the lads observation o his employer during all this time, it is a lit- tie remarkable that Mr. Everettbad not once been conscious of the fact tnat the boy's eye were steadily upon him. In fact he had been aa was usually the case, too much absorbed in things concerning him self to notice what was peculiar to another, unless the peculiarity were oue reauuy use to. his own advantage. ... , . John," said Mr. .Everett, turning sudden-, ly to tho boy, and encountering hi large, earnest eyes, "take this note round to Mrr Ingrand." ... . , . ... '.' . - . John sprang to do his bidding; received the note, and waa off with unusual floetness. But the door which closed upon his form did not shut out the expression of his sober face and .humid glance from the vision of Mr. Everett. In fact, from omo cause, tear had sprung to .the eye of the musing boy, at the very moment he was called upon to render a Bcrvice. and. quicker than usual thouzh his motions were, he had failed to conceal them. A new truin of thought now entered the broker's mind. This Child of bi old friend h been taken into hi office for a kind of charitable feeling though of very low vi lalitv. Ha paid him a couple' of dollar a r.';ij .1 I.. Ktfln nm.A .knn t. I m WeCK BhU lliuuyu nine uuum mini v hU widowed mother. He had two many im portant interests of hia own al stake, to hive his mind turned aside for a trifling mat ter like this. .. But now, a the imago of that ad face fur it was unusually sad at the moment when Mr. Everett looked suddenly towards" the boy lingered in, hi . wind, orowintf every moment more distinct and more touohitiirlv beautiful, many consider tlons of.duty and humanity were excited. He remembered his old friend.and the pleas ant hours they had spent together, in years long ince passed, ere gcuerou , feeling hardened into ico. or civen nlaco to an ail pervading eelfishnes. He remembered tuo, the beautiful girl his friend had married, and how proudly ,lliat iriena preseiuea n their little world a a bride.,.-. The lad had, her arge,dark eyes, spiritual eye only the light of joy had faded thcrcfroiu giving place to a trange sadness. .. . ' ., 'All this Was present to the mind of Mr. Everett, and though he trWd, once or twice, duringtho boy' absence to obliterate these mciM IMIInna-he' Wt unable to do 0. " ' "' . ; '.'How is your .mother, Juhnl" Jtinfly ask- od the broker, when tuo ooy .reiurneu irom hia errand. ' ;- ''' ' '"' '" '" '" " ' The qnestion wa Q unexpected, that)t ir A Ll-- . '- -' - ' ' 1 -:' l' - ' :',"She' well." thank 'Toil, ir ; No tiol verv well, eithor Ihaiik von, ir.'V-: And th boy' fc flushed, and, his eye uffused. "' ' . spoke with kind new, and is too of iotev et,., JNotaick, I upef' . "O, ir, nut very tck. . J)nt . "But whatUohn," said Mr, EyersUe, a- lOracfnirlr. " '' " '.. '.' eouragtngly, "She's in trouble," half stammered th boy, while th eotor deepened bis face. "Ah, indeed I'm sorry for Uit. What i tbotr4ibla,Jahnr' i ' . - - v . . The tear, which John had been vainlv trlving to. repress. nw rushed over his face and with boyuh shame fur hi weak- ess, be turned away and Mrugled for a l,i l.i tttiU V, ! - m.AMn 1 : . Mr. Everett wa not a little, moved bv o nexpecUd n exhibition. He waited, with new. bora consideration for the bov. not on mingled with reapeet. trntil a caeasur of calmtie wa restored. .. , "John," he then said, ."if your mother ia in trouble, it may be in my power lo relieve her." ''. - '-.r - . 'O, tr.' exclaimed the lad. esirerlv com ing up to Mr. Everett, and, ia the forgetful nessofthe moment, layine his small hand on that of hi employer, "if ' you ailljrog r.iM '.'-" - Hard indeed would have been tho heart that could bavo withitood the (ppealing ryes lifted by John Levering to the f c o Mr. Everett. But Mr, Everett bad not a bard heart. Love of aetfand the world had' eacrusled it with indifference towards oth-1 era; but the crust waa bow broken tbruujrh. I fapeaa ireeiy, my good lad,' said be kind . 'Tell me of your mother. What is her troobleT .''.' - 'We are very poor, ir.' Tremulous and mournfol wa the boy' voice. 'And mother isnt well. She doe all (he can: and niv wage help a little. But there are three of us children; and I am the oldest. None of tbe rest can earn anything.- Mother could ot help gelling behind with the rent. sir. because she had not, tbe money to pav it with. ' Thi morning the man who own the house where we live, came for some money, when mother told him the had none, he got, oh, o angry, and frightened a all. UesniJ, if the rent waan t paid by to-mor row, ne d turn us all into th street. Poor mother! She went to bed sick.' 'How much does your mother owe tbe man!' aiked Mr. Everett. O, it' a great deal, air. I'm afraid she'll nover be able to pay it; and I do not know what we'll do." . -- ''"., ':.'; 'How much!' . .t ,:. 'Fourteen dollar, sir,' answered the lad. Is that all!' And Mr. Everett thrust his hand into hi pocket.' Here are twenty dollars. Run Lome to your mother, and give them to her, with my compliment.' Tbe boy grasped the money eagerly, and as he did so, kissed the hand from which he received it. He did not speak, lor strong emotion rhoked hi utterance; but Mr. Ev erett saw hi heart In hi large wet eye, and it wa overflowing with thankfulness. 'Stay a moment, said the broker, as John Levering wss about passing through the door. ' 'Perhaps. I had better write a note to your mother.' 'I wish yon would, air,' answered the boy. as he came slowly back. ' . A brief note was written, in which Mr. Everett, not only offered present, but prom- sed, tor the lake of old recollections,, that now were crowding fast upon hi mind, to be the widjw' future friend. For half an hour after the lad departed the broker sat musing, with hi eyes upon the floor. His thoughts were clear and hi feelings tranquil. He hud made on that dav the sum of two thousand dollar by a single transaction, but the thought of tbia large accession to bis worldly goods did not give him a tithe of the pleasure he derived from the bestowal of twenty dollar. He thought, loo, of the three hundred dollars be had lost by a misplaced confidence; yet, even as the shadow cast from that event began to fall upon his heart, the bright face of Julio Levering was conjured up by fancy, and all was sunny ga!n. Mr. Everett went home to hisfamily that evening a cheerlul minded man. Why!-' Not because he was richer by nearly two thousand dollars. That circumstance would have possessed no power to lift him above the shadowed, fretful state, the log of ihree hundred produced. Why! - He had bellow ed of his abundance, and thus made suffer inn heart triad; and the ' consciousness of this pervaded his bosom with a warm aens ofdelieht. Thus it is, that true benevolence carries with it, ever, a double blessing. Thus it is; that in giving, more is often gained than in .1 . IC.L T.I.- t.l eager accumulation, uraeiusu wiiuoiuiug. AW wt hm Meeoad PairfirlJ Coaaiy Axrualiarnt Pitlr, la e , hrt . er , I.nncivier, aa Tnnridnr, Trial find RHlaramr, the nth, Miti aad Jjth ' Aayaf f October, 153. ... . fiRSTDAY. :ri ''- ' , !,,.. 8 Jo. - do do. Bo.. ,d; 3.1)9 iUt 1 da . a doJful du , J UJ d. ' ' Spring ndt , " ... tM da I.Oil " rwir ontch hnra & 00 ' ia s S.Ui) Attar&ng Committee Col. Jih F"ur, of ' ..FABM JMI'LEMKNTS.' For f4( tltrwhinx fnach n 4.00 . do ripin mutvLig d 3.00 ' do ' Wiml drill . S,0 d.i ' e.iru ftl utter " " ," ' 5,1X1 ftin iM-a( filler ' - - ' S.u.i ' ; du - Mrx mtul hf eultor ?.M Ht Uurf 9tf t-k v. v 2.U0 ,. , da cura ml t"b crawiier 2 0V btlUlHi muii .- . - v im t f two 0rsa furw mugnni ta pl., Utrgnu'i ifiupu-ei'-' no la Jo du do d. . d. i.WiUJri .5 01 'iH-s.Ht fJs " ' 5.01 our Inn ito ' ' - ' 2.0 ' do - mlnnrti 4tr.r 5 tM ! . colli ,ir' i,.' -v 2.0O : ,li lur S.HO J. , Cum alMtllrr , , w ..t.n i do " L,i Y rk iVIO ' do ''- t lm ' I 00 AwtrdUr Committee Dmiel Keller. Klaua- sar Oihmt and llrfu-y tilrk. - ' , MAXCPACTCIteD ARTICLE, e fit best I wo Ihh-m tMTmit l.ntt tlo da tit, l, do J.I 4.r do io -d. b: do do, da do lk do do la .in d-i 2.00 2.00 1.00 l.ao I 00 1 II I 110 1.00 1.00 1.00 I .III) I. oil I un I. no I. (HI I I'O too f no 1.00 So "' ' . B:llV ' 3 00 'llii tk M r, - " .'." v a nit " ,lrt -mir laid ' ' ' '3.0 " ila 1 ' -BMrl ; t V ! '-J ,'di, -,. a-MclMrs' . . 8.00 Ju do , mckiuxclir - .it. I. do fl mi lurral . , 1 .ax d J .l.jiht d. .," m". I IH d "' d. cvn lirm.au , . 1.00, lo ' OHniokinualotra'. . 2.08 J' - do 4,- SOO -Am 1.0(1 d r4rl.1T . d- ' 5.00 " Ks 1 .00 ' do Ii4 Im warm : v , , 2.00 da - d O'lV' ' : ' S 00 do r.fl.iM. . - 1,00 Amarilimj Committee B mjiait Canuall, L. Lulen Mil wd Sl4miiel Wiliilu , . . - . .'81DDLF.2Y. LK.VTUott. Ac. . , " do do d.. d. S.00 (HI I 00 1.00 1.00 t.tf So . so so 1 113 Tr best laia'a atdjla , 2.10 d- ai.la ..lo ... , 8.0 d. liri.llfl & marliujulea 1.00 do lig'il cirri ,go barums 2 UJ i I'ljlit biigjjy ,' - do SIM? do larm d. i.UO ' Jo do do do Jo d do da at- da - - v rw'nr .. . - 1.0(1 ' tt-r aiie aula- lewttu-r J 00 ' Ja , . do - apper do - ' 1 .00 4 bum- Am ; ' 1.00 do nit nkia . . i1 ... MIS au do ' ... mir fiue Unts . . 1.00 . .- do do d" caurm do ' . " 1,00 ou da ' H i li' lijnHjr euj- ' brid.-red ' - t.(( ' Jo' lo in " ' ' I.OH - il.i Jo ho . '" -'-" I no - do oo -. , tmilock ,'. ' j 1.00 do Jo hor tlioe I.MU . . on Amjriiog Committee luA ltrti, B J, ter and' lMia VVtNi0r. ... DOWESTIC MAXLVACTCEKS. For bast leu ynU luUi , - . . 2 00 . - Jo ' J i do B niiii I S II J do J i - do wool varprt "' mi ' An do dn rag do. . M 00 do do do . t bio liaou 2.UU . ilo do d liuaey S.00 ' do Aa ' tdaukata 2 IM do A Quill ;. " f- 3 00 ' do - Jo bail e irniWt ' ' 1 .00 ' ; do ' da - Lamp mat I uo ' Jo . J ir won! uhm 1 Oil do do . piir - 4 .. I 1HI - . Jo do . nila coat . ' ' 2 WU . do do . , d et - , ... S.Oil ' do Jo "" ' d i,iuls . 3 HO . do do - n.it " a na do Jo Joqlila Corerlit I.IHI ' do Jo ' sin giv cum Hit -' 1.00 ' do Axirtling Cammi'iee J lines It l'iure, Couiehuu Mid liauiiiel to f - . FRLM f. - " For bail IS kinds wiutm- buolrs 1.01 t.wO 1.00 SO 1.00 I. Or) IW SO ' so SO e SO SO - SO so '' 51 so ' 50 so Pe Roaa cnunif .inu. Morris, of Parry vuuuly. aoJ utcBard riuokar. . ' v - MARF.9,AeV .. Far but blowl mare for aft Work.Y.0; d do do do do 1.04 .n9 too t.oo in 3.00 d . i do do lor I'l bsrne 3.0V do 3 yaar old m tt 8 UI) Ho ",- do ' t OO do -, 1 year old snara -. 300 ' Ja maracoh . , 8,00 . do ridnif bona to ba x " alwwu bv a Ulr 5.00 ' Avmriitit Commitln Tanse Decksr. oftirk atiwxy nnly Gianger.ol Lkkii.g Counljr ,K. Cf. aod David Bright - - Jacks asd moles."" " ForbastJtck . ' . S.00 do f.Otf . Jo Jenny . . .,, 300 , do t.0 do. fair male' 3 00 do 8.00 do ' . aiugl mola' '' 2 oi) " rto 1.00 Jo . Mots 1 Taar old . 8 00 do 100" . do : aiiilacoK 8.00 do 1.00 Altar it mf CMiarfrr MWkaal dalUnol,' of" Frank I'm eoOH'y, H- . Mduoa, of Lkkiug ouaa ly, and Waajry Tatar. .,. avtuip. For best lioar. I y oar uM, " ' - S 00 ' Un t.tKf Art ' bow, Bur 13 moulba, 8 00 do 1.04 - V' sow - tfiO '-' Aa I.W : tpi' " '-. 8.00 v do I 00 . Jol? , liiiar I pigs , . - . 9 00 da 1,00 ' . U ,lmlhetg .. . ,. ' .00 : do 1,00 Jsriig Commilfet.HuQ. Joha Ckaaey," Jviia tiiil, aaJ Jcaaa Thomaa, of Parry to. 'U.T; ..Tinap dat, ;rvv ' " BlirBT HOBS CATTLE Fo brvt bull ' ' - - 4.00 te- --;' 1 yawoU fcajll 4 'x 5 00 ' do do do do Jo 1 do - -Jo traU calf : , - Cow ,'- 8 year aid baiter I year old do heifer calf fat bullock 8.00' 8 00 MO toil 3 00 8.00 ttJBO do do do do Jo do la , do do 8 00 1 00 t 00 1.04 9.00 1.110. l.lltt 1 01) 1.00 Amariinr CtrnmitfeeTie.' A WalU of Boas' en , J. U 13. Kouuick and N ltbajllol Uonoev, of Pkkaway au. '"'.'."'','", GRADE CATTLE. ' I. no 5.00 1.00 1.00 I 00 l.ou 1.00 s oo 50 50 so . so 1.00 I 00 1.00 I 00 50 50 I. c. For teal bolt tin lo Jo. A no do do la 9 yesf old boll -1 year oU bull Imllcair .'. ..... 2 year ol I heifer ' t do ' do ' bifer calf fat bollock 3.00 8.0(1 ' '9 0(1 -9.00 3.00 8.00 8.00 3 00 9,0J do do do do do do. do do Jo: Shor Pbtebs. Sir William. Wynd ham give one made by' a coldier just before the battle of Dlenheim "O God, if there be a God, save my soul, if I save a soul." Sir David Hume give oner made by a dia tinguished cavalier just before the' buttle of Edgehili:- .''. - ;-... - "O Lord thou knowest how busy I most be thi day, if I bavo forgot thee, do not thou forget me." : . . . ," St. oix give ooe of La Hire "O Lord, I beseech thee this day to per form for L Hire as thou "would wish La Hire to perform for thee if ho wero God aBd thoo wert La Hire." '' "-' . ! ' " : And bo fancied that he prayed very devout- The above remind a of the prayer, bort and pithy, of a.Teanemeean, on the eve of the ever memorable bsttle of New Orlean. Weary and travel-worn, as he' approached the battleground he supplicated' tho Deity a follow: J :-'...-- .': "O,1 Lord, be on' our aide to-day,' if joo cart. Ifean't be on our .dont Won t'oth er," hut' ..Iio jow and ;keep ilark, tand you'll iee tae d." " i" ' d'et fijht you ever did see.".. ,f ' i.:' J. ", "Daddy!" said a yonng . hopeful, let' go up to the nine pin alley and roll.'. :-ui . "Roll! boy, what do yoo know about rbll- , " -. ... ;..!.," .,v' i : i '' e, i-V'f .', , "Me know ab jot "it! ,Whyi, eau roll your daru'd old eyes out i. le,-thsn ten minutest, ; t ;.' ''. -'..'. .,-'- ,A tailor looking eriousiu, a cerum chap el ru Boston, wa asked by-the clergy maa if he leK "any change;"" whereupon the -tar pnt hie 'hand intu Iii.. pocket,, and replied,; "Not, cent!'-, j.-rf v, -u v w, ,wr; - do do Jo do d. Jo Jo oo Jo d. do do do Ji Ja k. Jo do do Jo so 40 SO , Sll so so so 60 10-3 1 no .50 Jubu do Jo 6 do. -. .fail 1.00 . do Jo single SH:riiuei of wio- . t-.. -. ter apiiir 1.00 do aiiijj, iecirou fill do 1 ,00 , do aainplo ear ' - 1 .110 do do " iiUices I Oil do cal iwha gruwa I 00 ' do Ib,-ll do I.UO da buali ilrieai niV. - - - -j boah Jried i-eaclie qa-lluius - - i -'-: AiwrAing CommiltrrliAia C- Raaey, (in uglily, aud Kamnet t'lipfi. ' VKOETABLES " For boat bo-ii Iru .p Haloes 1,00 do do oo iwl . Jo I.UO , do 3 do ii., liimiiis . 1 Oil r iU bM 1.00 do Jo .MiiHia ,1410 4 ' J.. a .rrola I Oil do do titina nes ' 1 110 . MutaH'ilies 1.0 1 ' Tie Tmnikiu . . 1.00 do lnrve.l do 1.00 . C heads catduge 1.00 i ooz Aaahe. - ". . At U idJiaba ' " Egg i4iil . 1 iunitiiM . Artudiif Comu'UcQ Suiiomia, Georj Ring aud Klius i'erry- . .. GMAIN, For beat b i f bu wLeat - 300" 1.00 I.UO I.IK f.OV 1.00 1.00 1,00 I 0 Amariimr Committee Jacob Stooltira, of Lick tug oo., Jame fickeriug aoJ Jo. Rebec w. . . OXEN. ' ' - -' -For beat yok Oxeo '-' 3.00 do 9 00 ilo 3yearidJ . -9,00 do ' I 00 do 9 0.1 d . - . , 8.00, . Jo 1.00 - do - . 3 yoke from one tp S.UI .' Jo 3,01 Afrtix Committee C.t. Joseph Sbsro, Isjac CUyiwad aud lleury Bebrr. . , . gilEEP. Inick . yearfuig buck '' bock lamb pairawea awe luiub ' - 1 - pen i bead sheep : fremiouia oa Haous and euinotoa n una ' Meriooa. . , . . . . . . Awarding CmmitUe Abrabsr Miller. Nn1 on Bueklaud. of Lk-kiuz eonuly, and Fuitin a. - Wiaaunin,of I'arryro. r. 1DULTBT. -' " : ' For bed p'rShaj, glue cbickeua 1.00 - - do . - 50 - Jo Ihirkitta , do . I uu do sir do ' Poland- - do 1 00 do SO do ' Game) ' ' " do 1.00 do SO" " Jo . cbickens of any breed 1.00 . .do ' '". 50 do ' Turkey 1.00 ' do - 50 " do.- 6eae .- . . ' '.-. 1.00 do 60" Jo Tain Dock . l.OO do - SO do.- pair Musc-v dock .1.00 do - 50 do", pair Pea Fowls ; 100 do 50. Awarding Committer John Snuffer. JepUia, Newkirk, aud Wn Eiug. of IMeeuut tp. , SWEEP STAKE LIST. or beat atullhin ,. Diploma. For lo do . do do. do 300 9.00 3 00 3.00 9.90 3.00 do do do do: do do 9.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.oo 3.00 do ' do do do do Jo do Ja Am': do. "lr 50 50 5l SO .50 50 SU r0 - SO SO SO SO so 50 Sll 1.00 1,00 1 00 100 1.00 1.00 do d.i ". ry e . lo . do ' ' oata do do . barley do i . Jo' f-i-riirn . lo "do .buckwheat do ' do : ' clover aee.l I 00 do do lieu-iiny Jo 1,00 ,AiK.lim 0m till e (J ,r -e S:othor,Gai tiu WlUoo ail I 3.iuiU"l Jscktoiu ' ' -i. floor. rwrrEa. &. For bawl b imsl Bmir ' ' 2:00 do Jo di " d do do in oo ril'iy IbabuLkwbeat ' fl.mr -v - v 1.00 ' bnalt corn n al : II ' , 4 ll buuor ,; ". 1 00 leu lb honey iu oiatM 00 ; do cliree . . . . . 100 ,. " v : do maplr sog.ir 1 ,00 , ' tool" Jouiraiic lireaj 1 01 , l.k-r' ' - Jo - 100 do Jo . do Jo. do ill -50 50 SO , SO 50 so so 50 do da Jo Jo do' do do do Awm'iing VammiUetGiT9 Kuifl'.OJn, Dr. A" A. FratMtand TV a Lamb - r if- :-- FLOW EUS, -OA- " For boat variety id not Hivre-a 1.00 . Jo t arranged lu.ket td Uo 1.13 do . j p-or h.riil. b 14001 ,.' 1.00. do " Varirty Oailw, ! ; ,1.0ft. do greoleal vniti groei ... " biU"e plau'la . ,. . ,!.'2.00 do . ' spue' in iieedln work " 1 .00 " d., ' tlretl Jo i.00 . d 1 . id ' ' ' I. . d 1 o aron i i:ia -d vl.00 - . Amurhng-HomwiUrt C HU- IV OeoLam 1 Sliniiis it:li, Mrs II C, Wlii min. Mra. Wia I . Croel. Mia .1" . OutA. Mm L. knuUer aait -Miu , M-Neil. '.' .. ..'... .-.., . ft;- SECOND DA V. ftr A" monument i to b erected in Lon don to the memory of Jeuner, th disepvprer oi'vacciiiaUon. y.r '.jJUj.i i . - VobTha , Providence Journal ay that iroprUooment for debt in Ehode Island ought i to be repealed. To be aura it ought. -i,i. 'a YS ft llS BY THE ACRE I'tir beat five aurea Wbqut 5.0 I 21 best 3 00 fMt i do Cora ' 5.1(0 do 'S O'd Aa i Am t do OiU " 9Mi 'Am' -.'2 00 do di do Uya . 3.U0 , do ' i 9.00 : Jjv ' : d.r ia HjrleV 0 .V-W'i , 3 00 AtcarJtHZ fceamil'ee.Micliael Leist, Tbouu For beat Sbillm f1 U w. rk 5.00 - 5d beat 3 09 do." '.-do lu njjltt baruos 5,00 :, do 3.J A--4 -d9z3 yera nlJ, J 3.00- .- do-' 9,08 .do i A 8 ytralv; -3.00 dq .-8.00 -A 1" Us lor sll woi kl.OO Ait rr 2.00 do ' ; .. do . do I'ght liar- - . i , .. nu v , '--, - 3 0!) ; do 9.00 do : .3 year old bora coll 3,00 do .00i do. - broodmare do do - boll - - ' " do do :-.-, coir - ,. . "d- do bock of al) claase -. , - do ' do , Ewe,, do , do. do Boar ' do ... . do' - ..... . - do. sow do - . do - r'or the brat exhibition of boraemaoehiu by a young lady, a preniiam of Gold Ring, valued at 4. will baawardaa; aud lor 1 ne aecoaa Deal, a . riu Valued al $2. -' . " . . ... -a. . I A ... . Anrding uommaiet icuei ouuivani. 01 -Frauklio 01, Jobu IVylie, Bobait Work aud Wm- H. raakbona-. . ' r , .. Diacrellooarv nreuiium will ba paid en arti- elea iireaeulevi aot uawed lu lha it. which too - ' awardius Boinmitlee may deem worthy. : No ariude will be allowed premJom tmt may ba deemed anworih. Oa an ic lea upon wbicb a - nremium of two dollars or more 11 pant an an- . trauce fee of fifty ceaU will be chargedall oth er tweuty five cent " s '" ' -' Coinpeuiors (or pivtniumi on crops, anal! be re quired to have tbe ground sud it produce seen- -ntely msneored by not laa than two diainier ' aated per -ous, wlioaa ataleineuu aball ba varilitd . by aluJuvit. '. - ' ; . U idaimble that entrance b maJe during, tba tea day precexling tha fur if poaaibla. " Aauneof Ibe ohjeci of the society i to im prove (he stock of lha county, qo premium are off-Ted aeiarately eo common cattle; bat they way be shown ia competition' with grade stuck. . All cati Is mast b bailer broke, sa a to stand , tied, to insure safety to other slock. ' , All aged ur maiorrd animals tlut received t'oa fi.-al nreuiium at the 11 fair, .cannot agaia com p te for p.euiium a itil two years tnarawfior. It would, however; be Ue-irableto have them oa ... . -. ... ... Mtiuiusrs ot awaruing eomioitiee will, plea preaeut thrnnwlvea at the Secretary' Ublo " atorbefora 0oulocka. u. 00 Ibe brat day of tba , r Hir. eo tout vacaacias eaa ua nueu uu ma cam-. BiiUee be ia readme bi Jiacharg their dnliea. ,Tha F'r will ba npea each mornhigat lOoclk by m hich h-ur all eotrie lor tba day nt ba , made. It i hoped tbit-exhibitor will are tba pnxlriety of ronking tbeir enlrie previous to tba day of lite Fair. If poible.- - - '. - .' ilemlv' Bulge Wilt ba odd at ooe dollar " aoc-b, at the office ou tba ground, which will id- rait a bub, hia wila and children aader twsnty: eaa year of age, during the Fair. Qentlenao. not wiaUiug to purchase naugea win pa lurnianea . ticket at lha OQioe, for 35 cent each, wbicb will ' ' a lmit one person for ooe day only. But ne.aiu- gle ticket will admit lady with gentleman. '. --Tlie framferofbadgeawilt be puuiauod to tho" fulleal extent of the law. "' ,",.". !. -'. ' ' ' l No imtboo whatever will be allowed to loter fere with the judges, or eater tbe nag duriug their . diudicallon. .-. . . .. - - - h aed wiir ua iorniiiei iree 01 expanse u au . lock entered kir exhibition. , , tt eariieallv desired that alt Stock lor eilnbt-. i'mu be on Ibe groand by 1 0 o'clock tba first day.. in order (o bay Main lu tbeir proper place, and . :-...i,ii','-- I avoid cniiiti.ion- ' 5 ' ,' .. s. -"t.- .V4.J.4H al'WB will ba required to be on tne grouoo uniH tlte aveuingnf tba third duy. ' Aa addrea will ba drlhrored at 3 o'clock on the third day, by tta lloo. II. C. Whibaiao. ' "';.. ' ; C.;WEAVF.R, SttTttmrj.. do 100 vdo do do do ::d, . do do' do da' - 50 " 60 60 50 1,00 iO ' SO " 50 SO v KrAII the member of the Unitarian So-: ciely in SU Loulsy who wera lavehoIder ' il l aid, have emancipated their alave an-, conditionally.. , r.' 'y-1 r' ' i . - - fjrMicky, and it yerir that can , b af thor Ullia' we how they make loo ram!,"v. . 'Troth, anJ I eaa don't they baka it la eiooloT oven Bated with ice, ur.' .