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   Buckeye Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 22, 1845, Elyria, Ohio                        UCKEYE AND ELYRIA A FAMILY NEWSPAPER: DEVOTED TO POLITICS, VOLUME 2. Printed and Published LET IT BE BORNE m MIND by those who are afflicted wilb Ague and Fever, that there no medicine n1ore certain in its eflrcts than Mackenzie's Tonic Febrifuge for the cure of Ague and regulates the ac- tion of the liver and and gives tone to the system, and efT'ctuatlv rids tbe disease from the system. For sale by MACKENZIE fc'lMSKELLS. _ Sign of the Arch, Phot nix Buildings, DR. JOHN N. MAYRR. p of the Inscnpia Syrlfti of Practice, respectfully ten- ders Ins professional services to the citizens of A'lyria and its vicinity. In offering his pnjrticeto the public, and especially to those .ifflicirj Chronic Complaints, fnsipient Consumpiion, fWer and particularly the dis.ases sures them that hy .xaminin.r he can d-scruninate and a tion of Ai bo ,y I'lisSKr ;ir ,he 4 "inns. The speech 3 are briefly g, Ud and published in the or" I''' hose editor we are copv of (he We five the evolutions "i .UVV vvf.at t-OMPOUSD FLU'" IXTRACTOF SARSAPARJLLA, For the Cur, Scr.ifuia, or King's F.vil; Ulcoi.3, F Soies, Svl iltit, veneial con Rheumatism, and all disease1! from an improper use of Mercuiy, and impurity of the blood. THE virtues of (he S.nrsipanllia so well known, ti.at il is need os 10 --ay nnv thing cl'iip- it yet ih-re are main d.flerent b-Toie thp public, thai it btcumt's to sav soiuethicg re- epectinn; our own. It is kiio'vi Hint IOTT; to heat, bv or oilu VH- tuesot'the Sar-apprilla 1. and Us preparation r  i c p a r a b 1 c U L Y 22, 1845. MJMBKR 4. Abraham ml ix, e Stid till lire, residing ir who shal I us for the throughou1 ctions for the in m- district ngiicultu in reports from thu S'a of soil, lecluies i cially tlioSc d 'Stincd to he (ain.eis, t< write compositions on these subjects, lli. That thi  1 i. tlie the tipi" i i he I l.i f 1.1 10 u I t i1 rnom mid llu- u 11 t sick, ment of tho follow ollkers t'lFSillft.1, GJV Till MULE, of II Vic n'-., n. J T. U" IK-HUN of iFKMu nv KI.FV, i; q f IM i L .Mi r> I1, itsk ln I inly J That thp 1 d-d n p- ill the lyMartJ J iigricultui.il so in il to t hn our or itn n in 1 cictv a '-mail .-u i qual amr nut b I in- vi l.uive to tu ad >pl a p'an Aso'iYNr. C'uBDiAi., a safe ai d H c'lio roni'dy toi I SiJttirtfr Complai.nt. i Di'trrlira and p. of irk, V.'II.LI II, LAUD, oi Jeff, tint the tv cojfor.n t) The f.llovving is the Cornm'ltcr. nn- "ons of th St iio in-n.ikmj p "inted mi the fl .-t d iy to report L ism_'< and resnlul r AI B ulVy, of RiHi1 me' Stan'v of M D. I! Kinn v. ,1 f. -ri n U. J. T mn nljlv b- also n lj-' att-linccl hy a I t That the ind moit nccessi- rv work to h: done for tin1 piomoti m of in this Sla'c is, to atcnkm inn in l'if of by in- duci them to become readers of vv< 11 roi.n u'e'l iru'lur il for all iiunreand observation le iches us, ,ss of fibre, wj ili.it iMi Lidd, Mr. Piigslcy, Mr. I! uro'd. Mi Mi. Allen Tmnb'e.and Tliomas Wool, hive tho ;i- m ma the wo-iN thatli.ivo huun (iitsenf ijcl lor llio ex .miriation of this commit teo. Of these- wools we fully ..gr.'O xvhicl. has tho decided preference; IK ilhpr could we, with propriety, give.) decision unless we had the sheep, to in- sped the condition of thf-m, the ru- ijiective weight of tbeir Signed oti'bchil'r of the bj JOHN Report of die Coaumiiicc on been highly pritifiod .it rich dl beauTuM fir.si.odt'lk from i he m inufa  fees or coulnbiilorn of until Ibi.s h moie eflectully, iuc'lf dcmmds; lor we consider I wllcn 2' lint the foci-tv nojfur.n i i tbr- i few, e .nipjrativelv, will co-opci ite in ;t inilmnioi, n and over tlic full 0 tlO'l t n I Th ars .sl t ie tuns irv anninll' F. IJniis.n. of Juir-rs-on; J. R. H nj B. I> it.-ha.n, of of Aul The wi! inni DS j.-, l n iin> in the United Suies. and I, r tni! !iy JMACKEN7JK R P f-niv C. KI.TJMI D-.-AHT J. XV. GOODoOX e-v F.Krn. n43 "I U KEXZIE'S UNRIVALLED AND LM- QU FOK orRc OF >IGUE FEVEJl, DUMB AGUE THROUGHOUT this vaii weslem coun sm, of J J. Gill, of Montg an I M. FranMin m in r( medics (mJ phv.-e.l imiv.nl' ff. Ii li.is init'on- I'10 bce'i Pxteii-sivcly ujcil itiKSt.ite "'f'1' appoml< (i a c ,rn nittje to cxanunc i.id els when', been apjuoi and 13 and other impletn'-nls of a PI practice by a crreat nuinhcr of tur-, ffurcd fhr fshibiti m: bv r  ot Clark, o! t mvrs of the soiitin d J On motion rtf C. flarf dj, rcndirsitp' inr.tmmhlt foliott ing persons were app. inlud bv the Piisnlenta committee to rx imir.e" and rep lit on the of vizi ona. irt (lie fviiii in of tins co'ivrn- ot not lee thin icv, n thou- i it> d from promotion SLllll tVVO "t ngueu't'iie; and i '10 is inu sho of ihe State live thuiis.ini t b rnla lo th" co'iut- or c! f-i tl-f D'" this the be placed at -ioar.l and the re- dl'ti I'ltitv d -tilCt soeic. few, e imperatively, will co-opci ite in ix-rurns measuies that nny lie devwd or the gncullura! and ih.it it could societies that may be formed for this purpose. 13. That agiiculliire ought to receive ,n ;Hj to more from the General Gov- ernment ol United Slates, and that there shn.ild established a Ilonie Department, n portion of whose official Of and ihe rearing .11.0 les- for (h t moie s-h.'M hive been rai-cil uv Ih rnci. I 7 That in the prcxt impir- lancc a.iil of llu vv't) .1 grnvrifr m this- tJt as it J ies alii'i Iv, font1 iiuesurr'nt nl about twelve millions olM.illai--. and in view ofthcgre.it limes sustain d hv vviol groueis in the ciestiuction nf sheep by convent on eirnestly request duties should be devolod to the agricul- tural intere-ts of the Country. Resolved. Tlmtth" il socie- ties thioughout the 1'nio i be, and Ihpy of silk worms; and that by using the simple but almost indispensably neces- sary apparatus, cilled Gills' Ventilating Cradle, the I .ind expense of feed- counties hut no are herehv icqnested Ifi rnem iralize Con- uv is diminished one l.alf. tiie product 1 i such as Jaundice, Dropsy and Chronic Dis- Spleen, Tins invaluabls meuicme ires IHTTII the year 1337 as a certain and Itial cure 'for the above mentioned com plaints, it will not the most delicate j constitution, and when taken according to M pm directions new fails eradicating j Wan" effecYual remedy Pierce, Wm. Ladd and R. E. j llle General Assembly to pass a j Iv.v for Ihe protection of shrep, against On motion of Mr. J. Sullivant. j lh- d image and Injury constantly thus Resolved. Tim a committee'of five i imposmga sufficient A fac simile of the proprietor's be appointed l- -V.) ..V i. .1! (i- I u r i i i f 'n i v I ine oiitPr label of eafh bot- turp of si k m Otiio I m i Whereon, the Pr, ...lent appointed! 9- That inasmuch as correct stiit.s. Sulhvant. Gill. Va, ausd ,le. W. "cs i excellent, but in cutting sod. are not, in For sale by JOHN F. WOOSTCR, KlIJvH DElVlTT. i n51 ILLIAM ROMP, Oliustt'd. disease from ihe system. The Proprietors in recommending thrir Tonic Febrifuge the public, do so with th" greatest confidence fe'clinij assured that its superior qualities will recommend it to all who are afflicted with those diseases, to eive it a trial. Prppared and cnld at MACKENZIE HASKELLS' Chemical Laboratory. Phoenix Buildings. ELIJAH Dr.WITT, .Aa't, Elyria. J. VV. GOODSON, Ag't, Beiveu. ORM POWDERS ccrlain, _........___ ______. for this disease. Price. 25 cents. For fftle bv ELIJAH DfcWiTT, JOHN WoosTEtt, M. ROMP, Olmsted. n52 favor ol thisrneabtiro. Tne full jvv reports were made to the Conve .don by the Committee ap. p n t -d for thN puroosp' of the Comniiitec OBI Plows, The commiitoo appointed by this con- vention to view the different garieultu- ril implements offered for their inspec- tion, having performed the duty assign- ed them, beg leave to report: With the plows presented, your Com- rnittee were much pleased. After a careful examinaliou, and seeing them used, the Undersigned have no hesitation in naming those presented by Mr.Frank nc of.-ilk greatly incieas 'd, and in short, there is now no mare difliculty or uncer- tainty in tailing a cnp of silk, thin there is in raiding a litter of pigs. And ue are happy to say the manufactaro of silk into rmst of the staple goods is successfully carried on in this stale, and loan extent far beyond the production ofthe raw material, thus affording a rea- dy imrket for an increased production to our citizens; and we have no doubt that the demand will always be fully e- qual to the supply, even should that be very gready increased. We, therefoie respectfully recommend to farmers to plant each for himself an orchird of mul- R. W. McCoy said con ALEBASl'S Sub- scriber has just received a fresh supply of the above most remarkab'e Thelast year's experience with these medi- cines, has satisfied this community that no remedies have ever been introduced among us, which are BO worthy of the entire con- fidence of all who may have occasion to use medicines. Old difficulties, such as sores, inflammations, pains, weaknesses, general debility, rheumatism, constipation of the bowels, bad state of the bowels, are readily relieved, as you will learn from a new pamphlet furnished by the subscriber; and also, numerous other dirScu'ties which be named here. The public are par- tieularly invited to the India Rubber Back Plaster, a new article. These medicines con sistof the Black (or Allebasi's) Salve, (price 25 cts.; Alebasi's Health Pills 25 cts.; Allebasi's Tooth Ache Drops, 23 els.; Allebasi's Poor Man's Plasters, cts Al- ebnsi's India Rubber Back Plasters, 25 cts., COLUMBUS, O., 22d Nov., 1844. The Black (or Allebasi's) Salve I have found to be a its appropriate extraordinary veins. I have employed it in the cure of Ulcers, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Cutaneous Eroptions, Abscesses, Rheumatic Pains, in no instance without the most sat- irfictory In my own household, which is not n sma'l one, I have had no ne- cessity for any other medicine since I be- came acquainted with these Pills and Salve. I am, very respectfully, JNO. G. MILLER. The remainder of the above valuable tes- timony will be found ii the pamphlet. 00-Lyman W. Gi'bert, 112, Broadway, New York, asrent for Am. Manufacturing and Health Company. OTJ-Por sale by El yah DeWiU, bv others throughout the County and State nSOly____ LANK DEEDS and Justices' Blanks for sale at this Office. E. W. SANFORD, TAILOR. NEVER known to 'miss and always on be found at the old spot, always ready to attend to his old customers, and all who call on him. Nobnasting alibis establishment, for as the old saying 'the proof of the yaiddirg is in the to make il good, call and 'eat.' .Eljria, May 15, 1845. n47 MRS. ELD'SR would respectfully inform the ladies of Elyria and its vicmii v, th.it has cxchaiigpd her place ol residence for one on Church street, 2 doors east of the Biptist Church; where she will continue the Millin- ery and Dress Making business in all its branches. And while she tenders her grate- ful thanks for the very liberal patronage she has received, every attention on her part will be given, to merit a contminnceof the same. Work done to order, after the latest latterns, and on short notice. Also, Hats H.irrulo and mittce. Aftor the ippointmcnt of com inttees the Convention adjourmd for a few hours to allow of an examination and tri il of a variety of an exhibi lion of olh r agricultur.il implements, Stc. Tho sovv ing and reaping ma- chines did not arrive, owing to so.ne difficulty in shipping theii .it Pur'.s mouth." A 'ot nf fine Durham r i. i CIll, UUI III uuuiuil auu, uiu uwi, ano highly devis.ng plans lor committee, equal to tl.rt 1 n r. f i 111111 r.i tnic CAn- llie promotion of agriculture, this con- vention reapectful'y ask the next Assem- to pass the bill introduced at the list session, bv Mr. Bartly, or a similar one. providing for obtaining correct statistics of tlio agriculture and domestic manu- facturers of Ohio. the plows first named. Your committee w as harpy to witness j portance dermnds the operation of a subsoil plow, which continue it. Aftd we would also sug- gest the property and expediency of pet- petitioning the Legislature to give this subject that consideration, and, if neces- sary, that encouragement which its im was manufactured in Boston by Ruggles, Nourse, and Mason, and they are fully I satisfied that it will answer the purpose 9. That tho next Assembly be also intended Plows of the same pattern requested to amend the net passed last are manufactured in Cincinnati a cou. lor publishing the offence of des- pla of which were seat to the exhibi- IIIULI 111. i i linn belonging M. L. Sul.ivant, w.ro Three chee.e pre.s. were presented oNlnbi ,d In the tri, of low, ?1 g ofthc'Slat in J (o vour cnmmittee and plow gave general s i. sfic ion H at which COilsiderpd well contri. J i __. At the evening meeting, to the number of 150, representing 30 counties, reported Letters were from Hon. E Wefmori-, B. Summers, Wm L. Perkins, Hon. David Chambi-rs, Juhn VI. Gallagher, Eli Nir-hols, S. Rosa, del enrite of lake county Aijricultur .1 cietv, J. W. Caldwell. Presides, and ,1 ctrcula ion and su-natures, a j copy oi which shiil sent to each ot present. ved. The double lev ard of Ag- riculture consisting ofnms members be elected by this convention, who shall discharge the duties of said Board, as contemplated in resolution No. 4, for one- year, or until their successors be appoin- ted. Resolved. That a committee of ten be appointed by the chair to nominate to the convention fcuitable persons to constitute said Board. The Chair named Messrs. Sleele, Worthington, Harrold, Bateham, Me- vcntion.'and a'so to prepare petit ferrrd. Its cost is but three dollars and dary, J. Sullivant, C. Wright, (icn-'fifiy cents Those presented by Mr. McLean, Ladd, who reported to the Con George, of West Jeffewon, and Mr. E. convention: tho names of the following .'litions.p. Carpenter, coM: more in their con- they were duly elected stnicti )H, and as th'.'se are times that and Caps ready made, at low prices. Elyria, June 24, 1845. B n52 H AYING Grass and Cradle Scythes mode by Farwell and others, varranted. Forks and Alden's lifles and Rub Stones; Sampson's Patent Snaths, to be had chenp at the New June'aSd. D. B. ANDREWS. MORE of that splendid Hyson TEA at Filly cts., none better in Ely- rid, if as good, at the price. Also, lots more of that Tariff Sugar, Twenty for One sugar that, and crood ino. D B. ANDREWS. .Exchange place, June 23. WHITE GOODS FOR LADIES' DRESSES. Striped and Barred Muds, and Mus- lins, a great v rieiy and very low. at ANDREWS' EXCHANGE. June 23J. W. H H. Taylor, Ccr, Sec. of (lam ilton County Agricultural Societv; Darius Liphun and others, who New Goods in any quantity at BALDWIN Co's. mHE have the plensuro of in- 1 forming their customers and the public they have received (m 10 days from Jhe opening of the Erie a very fall slocteflf Spring and Summer Goods, Which wero bought with great care, and are under- JL4 signed have formed a co-partnership iri Law and Chancery, under firm of E. S. L. F. IUMLIN, LOCKWOOD. They plertjre themselves to attend promptly to collections and other business entrus- ted to them in auv part of Northern Also, attend to business in the Cir.cu.t and Distiict Courts ofthe U. States in Ohio. E. H. HAM LI NT, L. F. HAM LIN, W. F. LOCKWOOD. in the Elyria, June 5tb, 1345. ti50 C ASH FOR cents or and had been invited to attend the Convention, but were unable lo do so. Mr. Batehiim from the committee on Resolutions, reported. The resolutions are given below. They elided consid- erable debate and generil interchange of sentiment, but were adopted with unanimity generally: Resoh-ed, That as Agriculture is the gieat source of our wealth, and th e bas- is of our prosperity as a state, it js high- ly essential that vigorous and systematic measures bs adopted for the promotion and improvement ofagriculture through- out Ohio. 2. That as four-fifths oi our popula- tion are engaged in agricultural pur- snits, and at least four-fifths ot our State taxes are paid by farmers, the in> provement of agriculture deserves the first attention of our Legislator and a share in the appropriations from the treasury. 3. That this convention are fulHv a- wareof the necessity that exists forthf exceicise of tiie most rigid economy in the management of the affairs of the State, but at the samn time we are fully persuaded that the expenditure of a lew thousand annually, forth; promotion of agriculture, would be found the surest and rmst effectual means of incre istng the revenues ofthe stile; thereby tng the need of taxation, and at the sain? tim- increasing our ability to pav taxes by increasing the productiveness and valus of our lands, 4. That the next General Assembly be requested to enact a law providing for _......_ ____ _. cheapness, when combined with great thc'mcmbsra of this Convention, and to1 utility is of vast importance, the under- such otuer persons as will be likely to signed prefer the first named, obtiin signatures. The several cradles exhibited were The chair appointed Messrs. Joseph deemed well worthy of the farmer s at- Ridgway, Jr., Simuel Medary and M.'tention. by L. Sullivant, said committee. Mr. BaU-hain, from the committee on resolutions, reported Nos: 11 to 15, in- clusive; which report was accepted. Resolutions Nos. 11, 12, 13 and 14 Messrs. Salisbury and Smith, of Delaware coun- ty, a decided improvement upon those herotofoie used, and Votir committee re- commend it as the best exhibited. The committee also examined a very were then severally read for adoption; ingeniously constructed multiplying Bee and with little discussion were all un- Palace, invented by b. W. I helps, of animousl v adopted. Granville, Licking county, and think it 11. That it is important the farmers deserving the conudorat.onof the pub- .hnnlrl. in election of lie, and a fair trial at least. It is so of this State should, in the selection of candidates for Representatives and Sen- ators, in the General Assembly, secures j those who are known to be friendly to the j cause of agriculture, and who will reg ird the prosperity of the State as of more contrived that the honey can be taken without disturbing the bees, and the swarms can be divided or combined at Jt appeara well adapted, also, the depredations' of the mil- as n State Board of Agriculture: M. L SDLLIVANT, Franklin. SAML. MEOABY, do. ALLEN TRIMBLE, Highland. GREENBURY KERN; Portage. SAML. SPANGLKR, Fan-field. DARIUS LAPHNM, Hamilton. Dr. J. P. KIRTLAVD, Cuvahoga. JRREMIAH H. HALLOCK, Jtfferson JOSEPH VANCE. Champaign On motion, it was then Resolved, That the committee al- ready appointed to draft a memorial. also be a committee to notify the bcis ofthe State Board of their appoint ment, and to urge Upon them energetii action in the cause of agriculture. On motion ol'R. VV. Steelr, Resolved, That Ihe "Ohio Cultivator" merits oui warmest commendation. That the efficient manner with wh'ch it has been conducted since its commencement is a Kiiarantce of its future usefulness .u_ i _ fpr importance than the interest of a party, respectfully submit- as it becomes more widely ciruHaLd; or.r) orvpnH (pas nf their AIJ ut ITIIIVU r _ ____I. .1 and will consequently spend less of their time, and the people's money, in miking party speeches, and in legislating for party purposes, than has Usually been the practice incur State Legislature ted. ted, manufactured by Mr. Pierce, of Clark county. They are of ths most aoproved construction, and the best i j 'c cheap at at Bt small expence. obtain a knowledge of giey be fH0 and that it Jes TVCS the cordi il support P. S.-In addition to the implements ofthe farmers and fiiends of agncultu.e named in the foregoing report, there were a number of Horse R-ikes exhiln the Convention now about to close. On motion of Mr. T. Worthington, Resolved. That when tais convention adjourns it wi" adjourn to again und :r the call of th'- State Board of Agr riculture. On motion it was Resolved. That Mr. Bathehim, I. Su'livant and S. McJaiy, Le a commit- tee to prepare a report of the proceed, ingsof this convention, for publication; a-id that iievv-'ii'pers throughout thu Stite bo irrjuest, u to publish the same. The following counties were repre- sented in the Brown. Bel- i mont, Champaign, Clark, Cratvfbfcj Fayette, Hamilton, Henry, Highland, Hocking, Jefftison, Knox, Licking, Lara in, Mad1 ison, Marion, Montgomery, Muskinjrum7 Perry, Pickaway. Portage. Preble, Rich. land, Ross, Summit. Union, and VVayner (It will be seen, that althougtf those are not In If of the whole number of counties in the state, they FARMERS OF wili sea iy the proceedings ir! this paper, that convention nas done its hirih done it well. It was a gathering jf yourfrieiids arid brother 'kid glove" farmers, as had been sneer- ngly predicted bv some, but men with' hands used to honest toil, and hearts' animated with a desire to promote tha the welfare of the whole State. They, were the TRUE NOBILITV of OHIO, anJ we believe the sentiments expressed in the resolutions 'hey adopted, will meet a hearty response from the farming tnunity. Now then, farmers of Ohio! the way is open, and it is for you to sav whether your noble profession shall cupy the place it deserves, and whether your proud State shall rid herself of the incubus of debt that weighs down her energies. The power is in your own resources are and you have now good men appointed (o give direction to your efforts and uN terance to your sentiments. Ail that you want is hearty of carry out and diffuse i; broad the spirit of the resolutions you have in convention adopted. We would suggVst thdt at the next meeting of the sevetal Agricultural so- cieties, they give at) expression of their sentiments in reference to t'le doings of the convention; and in counties whrre societies dc not exist, the famcrs should hold a meeling during the summer or fall, for the same purpose. .V meeting ofthe Sf.iU Board will, doubtless, bu held in due Cultivator. IMMENSE NATURAL BEE HIVE. in a cavern on the right bank of the Col- orado, about scvetl miles from Austin there ts an immense hive of vuM which is one of the most natural curiosities in that section. The cntiance ofthis cavern is sitJited in a ledge of limestone, tormina a high cliff which rites almost perpendicul.nly from 12. That this Convention aro deeply sensible ofth-necd of better facilities for education, whereby farmers' sons may thoss branches of science that are inti mntely connected with agriculture, arid essentrial to a complete knowledge Ijrwny, Jr., I. "Cull. ol Ihe Committee on Your committee on Wool beg leave to uiketion. Butter delivered at our 29, 1 t' II J ICUUCCUfJ f-. more all good j by delegates of the differ. ,nnn i county or district societies, of a per- manent Stale tfotfrd of Agriculture, to farmina; as a science, as well as art, and wo hope the time is not far distant when I t'n 'se sciences will be t iu 'ht in our com- mod schools or agncultural. ropoit tlmt, after the most carelulexanv schools will ber-tablished and sustained ination we are capable ot maUing. uiin in Ohio- and we also su-grst to the the fadlit.es afforded, we acree to report lead'eVjin our aca7cm.es and that it is impossible u. to colleges, the propriety of delivering, or fn.m the samples presented, who has tiie causing to be delivered to their desirable stock of feeOjJJ0' frequently lectures on agriculture and however, agree to present.the' Blowing horticulture, rfnd of requiring boys e's- as the result of our investigation in Ohio. On motion nf thps-imn Resolved, That this convention als recommend to the patronage of sm and especially horticulturists of Olno. the "Western Farmer and of Cincinnati, and the "Mas; ..f theiivd bank (o tl.p height of about one hundn d nm! fifty, feet irom the wa- ter's f clifi' fronts parily oji a Agriculture and of C'U-v, land, as ably conducted prix dil'aK well calculated to promote tho piod GUIS' ol Agriculture and Horticultunl improve-, ill i.amed Bill ciet-k. The lmouthnfthec.v-.ru is nbodt ten feet i from the lop of tho cufT. In a -m day a d ud stu'am o 'nees nnv bo Const tr.l'y n vv irdu g ment. t fi- )in the cavern !iKi' -i longtJuli vv.e .t.: ofsmoko Tic ST. m ft -n or l-vn I i ter ni'.ir and _'i i !v   fro t'u -a '.i.ti' Me trimlvr f btes nl this cavern muit h 11 r-.tb-uJaMy gr' On motion of Mr. T. Resolved, That it would be rxpedi- j it ent to appropriate the fund arising from, this cavern r tho .ax on Auctioneers and public ex- probably greater than the number a a portion thereof, to Ihe thousand or un ..oasai..! h v, promotion of agriculture in Ohio. The oldc.t sotHcrs say ih-t mo P On motion of Mr. Ridgway. was there when they first arr.yrd m -he Resolved, That this convention has country; and n quite ihat ,1   

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