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Democratic Standard (Newspaper) - October 3, 1855, Janesville, WisconsinThen shall gladness and Joy Spring up in every Quarter of our land because the lord omnipotent reign eth. And you my Brethren would you have the lord continue to abide in your midst 1 tour Only Security is found at the mercy flee As a Bird to her nest. Let your prayers be importune. Hint of whom the heaven of heavens cannot con Tain would descend and dwell in this House and Hare his ears attest unto the prayers that his servants May. Pray before him. But we most hasten to we Bare wearied your patience. Present solemnities Aid future prospects and eternal consequences Rise up and Rush Tho mind. Another Tempio w reared for the earthly dwelling place of god. To Day sets it apart to Bis service. Sacred edifice the House of. God the. Gate of heaven place of souls the object of our Hopes our exertions our prayers and. Tears. Through coming Yean May the pure doctrinal of the grass to taught from this hallowed pulpit. To future generations May the Waters continue to flow. May no unhallowed Tongue Here to lifted to pervs re . May the Lipsio that Man be Lamb. Who under the it roof a gospel minister shall Ever enter these Waits to beguile unstable souls. Sacred stage never the feet of the political demagogue nor listen to Prog Restit Harangue May that hand be palsied which Shal Ever dire hurl the brie of Contention or seeds of discord within this Hal Lowed place. For preaching the pure doctrines of and renting the redeemer kingdom for and minister bag the sacraments -.for. Your growth in far the salvation of men prayer and Guppy ideation Wom hip of the adorable Trinity testify before Angels and men that Yon Bare reared this Humble we therefore in the Prosenko of god pc son. And of attending so gels and waiting dedicate this sacred edifice to god the omnipresent eternal to god the son the brightness of the in ther s glory and the express Imago of his Persob--t6 god the holy ghost one with the father and the the service of the adorable and incomprehensible Trinity we most do Tokatly dedicate this Edice with Al hat belongs thereto. And ii or o lord god of great and terrible in thy a and come Forth into thy rest in place thou and the Ark of thy strength let thy glory overshadow the mercy seat hire thine eyes open Day and night upon this House that thou Mayest hear the prayers and supplications of thy servants and have respect unto their torn list thy servants. 0 lord to olb Thod with Sal ration and let thy taint hero rejoice in thy goodness. How solemn the present moment future Proi Peets How Fuu of dread and yet How full of Delight. Down the at Cam of time probe Riold future generations arising and ing into this House. Hither Tho despair ing the mercy seat his to reaching Eyota and Foj Renthis to broken prayer for mercy. Dames Are forgotten and Are silent., a from Yon Blissful realms we Taay our children and our children s children Here to the word of o the mercy seat and breathing the Brokon Pray mercy. From this snare d Pupil through coming years we behold the her Ald of the Cross a with Strong crying and tears urging the flight of sinners. From the bosom of eternity Many may1 look Back to this edifice the piano of their birth and Long and ugh shall swell the Jong of redemption and deepen and Widen m it Rolls Furoli Ighut heaven s spacious courts. .-.if.so, you my Orienda will be rewarded for All your inbox fice. But o from out the pit. Far far Down beyond Tho reach of Hope we hear the twice of mourning at the recollection of privileges Here mercies unimproved. And now dear Tinner another Temple a erected where you can hear the word of life. The privileges you her c enjoy every Sermon you. Hear preached will heighten your Joys and swell your song or add to the your spirit. Our . Not add to your condemnation but be sanctified to your justification Sanctification and redemption. And permit me. My Christian h carers in conclusion to exhort you to flee Here to the pour out your prayers and supplications for the divine Blessing upon you and your efforts. You can now claim the Promise. God. Will dwell will Yott. Near the Cross. To More the Standard. Jake Seville wis. Vi3rnbsday, october 3, ibis. Jambs Armstrong Dan c. Brown official paper of the City demo erotic state nominations. Tor gov Brno 1 of Waukesha. For Lieut. Go Benor Arthur me Art Hue of Milwaukee r Fob sece diary of David j o n e s of from every Republican paper in the state. Corruption in office has been openly charged against and fraud of every to have marked his official career record and the facts give Thi lie to these it will be the object of the undersigned among his other duties by the facts that baseless and untrue. In taking his present position the under signed Isnoel unaware of the responsibility he assumes Bill it shall be in object to make the Standard an acceptable Anri Rock county pair. The fair which was held in this county on the 25th, 26th arid of september in its excellence and variety and the inter est exhibited exceeded any have pre . The weather was exceedingly favourable and the Farmers and mechanics of Rock county with their productions were out in Force. The display of horses particularly com attention. Among the number we noticed a very Fino Black Hawk Stal lion of great Beauty from Wyoming Conn useful visitor not As a political but j to n. T., brought Here by or. General newspaper to the family of every j Patterson and half of which has been Par subscriber. From the editorial fraternity generally he asks room at their altar and to his co Peers of this City and county j he ten Ders his amicable companionship with the editor of the Beloit journal he is in his neighbor of the Gazette his social relations Are of the most genial the editorial gentlemen of the educational journal he is on familiar Terras but with the editor of the free press he is not. , he deems it necessary , that if it is desirable on his part that editorial Cour Tesy and. Gentlemanly conduct towards or. S. Ii. Putnam of Janesville exhibited a very Larga marrow fat Squash. Or. A m. Warn of Rook exhibited a Fine variety of the Sweet pot Aloe of which he has raised this season a very Largo Quan Tity also a very Large Russia Squash and Fine specimens of the blood beet. Or. L. H. Rocic exhibited specimens of the round and Long toed Pink Eye potato they were of Superior Quality being a portion of the product of three potatoes from which to raised Over three bushels. Col. Z. P. Burdick of Janesville among other vegetables exhibited two Mammoth chased by or. Rolf. We. Were informed squashes they were of sufficient size to that he will to retained i keep a Small sized family in pumpkin pies Charles of Fob attorney. r. Smith Iowa. Fob sup t a Tab. A. C o n St a n t i n e 13 a r Fly of Racine. For Bank t William m. Dennis of. _. Fob a. State prison. .com1iissi.on.er,. A b Ward of Milwaukee. Fri t tl3, Ivio Hullt i Jim l i 1-11 j i the Olive Branch is tendered. Otherwise in company with the editor of Tho a 1 that we obtained took a Short Rido behind j we Nave it to say Theav thcs1 gentlemen also a however that the was far Superior by his owners and kept in this county. Our columns this week will to so full that we cannot notice All the valuable and Superior Ani Mals of the horse kind which were on exhibition. Suffice it to say they Wero of the most Superior Stock. The display made by j. L. D. Eycleshimer of this City of Barouchas and horses was such As we have Seldom seen surpassed. Their Large blood Bays attached to their splendid Barouch took the first Premium and were much admired by ill who saw them and their two Fine Aud shall characterize the free Carriage a press an Standard the advocacy of i sorrel the other his equal to the different parties of which they Aero size and Universal and i it il____1_ ____.3 to this extent migration. They had tuft Tho ground. For at least a whole year the col will please accept our thanks for tha one he was 50 generous to present us. Or. A Colby of Janesville exhibited some Fine Sweet potatoes and three very Large squashes. Or. G. J. Kellogg of Rook exhibited a Fine variety of the French kidney potato. Or. E. Brown of Lima we presume took the Lead in the exhibition of squashes he had upon the stand weighing 138, and the other 91 pounds. It was utterly impossible for is to obtain a full description of All the vegetables on the ground the crowd round Tho stand occupied by this department was so great that it was Only by Tho utmost Effort will a More extended report and if any of our friends Haya Ted they will please attribute it o intentional neglect but to Tho cause Here stated. The ladies the fair. The feature of the late nok in its Utility at last in its the ladies Riding match which took place on the last Day. On wednesday the wind blew old and chill Aud gave poor Promise of a fair to Morrow but thursday morning broke Bright and Beautiful and during the entire Day a warm Sun and gentle Breeze made it pleasant and agreeable to the thousands of persons in attendance upon at the fair. The hour at which the lists were to be entered had been announced at one o clock but Long before its arrival carriages Lilloyd with ladies men in horseback in buggies in All manner of larger concourse of foot passengers were on their Way to Tho fair grounds. Tho enclosure contains about four acres and the High i Fence around it was densely crowded by the Young and Active who were bound to be there to around the track were gentlemen and ladies and boys and misses All anxiously waiting the coming of the contestants. And in this connection to Are the undersized and the 18th a senatorial Dis. Convention the towns of Chiton Bradford Laera Irio town Lima and Milton to meet by the usual number of delegates at the Johns town Centre House on 11th Day of october next at 1 o clock Forth por Puso of nominating a candidate for senator to to supported at tha coming d. R. Spooned cd n sen. Com. Johnstown sept. 26, 1855. The exigencies. Of the. Circumstances in he. May be placed. To the Public. Generally he makes his editorial Bow and haying done so enters his. Duties. Democratic the oort democracy or this City were addressed Ilam George b. Smith of r reports have been put to this meeting Madison and Tho the journal. Sentinel change. To the readers of the Stan hard for the last six months the editorial department of this paper has been exclusively under Tho charge of judge Armstrong. Of this City. This was rendered necessary from the fact that Tho mechanical and pecuniary department of the Standard required my whole attention and in order to keep up with the times and make this Lap or acceptable to the Democrat Tio party of Rock county judge Armstrong s be r1 vices were brought into requisition. But now a co partnership has been formed with this gentleman and from the publication of this number he is with myself joint Edi Tor and proprietor. Of the ability of judge Armstrong As a writer it is unnecessary to speak Here in detail. The columns of the Standard for Tho last Sis months Bear ample testimony of his. Powers As a writer and. His Devo Tion to democratic., principles. Judge Armstrong is Ana. Favourably known to the citizens of Rock county doubt Apt. The association Here made will prove acceptable to the party to which warm y. Attached and to Tho readers of the Stan general. The connection thus formed will Ena ale me to devote my entire attention to the business affairs of the office consequently the chief. Burden. Of the editorial labor will devolve upon judge Arm Strong whom to take pleasure in introducing to the Public and also ask of our editorial Brethren that Tho comity of the profession May to extended . Dan c. Brown. Our course the connection of the undersigned wifi the editorial department of the democratic Standard. At first the result of Acci Dent. The mechanical department of the paper was such As to demand or. Brown s exclusive attention. Under these Circum canoes Upo h his solicitation an article on he know nothing organization was con free press of this City. Estimate the num Ber present at sixty per Soris. It is True hat during the Day there were a great Many in the City but the excitement incident upon such an occasion As a county fair is not always the most favourable for a Politi Cal meeting. It was so on this occasion jut there Wero two Hundred persons pros pair of Beautiful sorrel mares and Tho trotting match Riand the track Between their Bay Mare with Lou Wilbur As her rider and the Little Grey horse with of his Back pros Tad quite an exciting both were fast but the Mare was the favorite. Messes. Track Rowland had also on the of Black five year old. To their Fine Baro Icho. Both the for Barouch and Tho horses attracted general the former taking Tho first Premium or. A h. Beloit also exhibited pair of Dun coloured both in Quantity and Quality to any Previ Ous year. The exhibition of fruit was Largo and attracted Universal attention. It is no Lon Ger problematical but reduced to a certainty thai the soul of. Rock county is Well Happy to say we never saw More orderly and quiet behaviour on the part of every body than was Thore exhibited. There was no noise or loud or Vul Gar drunkenness or riot a and truth to see an info Xii rated Man an the . Must ten to usaa c seemed and Happy with each other at Hist however the Gate was open and the cavalcade passed in. Their v v Bill lib he Bull u1--Awuh us Luhv j3 Wii it n l " in Entrance was not heralded by the trumpet s adapted to Tho raising Effort All. Kinds of no Tho Fai Dame a Gallant i Sinilo messes. C. Harl Ford. Of Emerald and a. Boll of excellent Yariliss of grapes. Or j. Of Liina exhibited specimens of the russet pippin and Baldwin apples. Jar s c. Randall of Janss Villa of Shibi mares attached to a very Fine Barouch. Basket of very Fine apples. The Marea look the firs t Premium and wore Asido from their Peculiar color and Beauty admirably matched. Lie had also a pair of Gallant Greys and several single horses on exhibition. The fast trotting Bay stallion of messes. Haselton Hutson of the american to ent if not and the speech of Gen. Tel took the first Premium and the spleen Smith was a masterly defence of the state did Chestnut of Black Hawk and eclipse administration. It is alleged that most of messenger blood belonging to b. B. Al the audience were Shanghai. It is not True but suppose it was. We should Ike to have As Many of them present to Bear just such a speech As would fill the court House. If they were fair minded and honest men they would leave their seats under far different impressions than those with which they came. We have not room in this week s Papor to give a synopsis of Gen. Smith s speech but it was productive of Good and As an evidence that they think something must be done and a. W. R Amdall Are announced to speak this evening. All vre ask of the Shanghai party is. To and on their speakers. Lot thera arouse the people and Tho champions of the democratic party will be on Geo. B. Smith notwithstanding the slur of the Madison Joi Imal is a Man of Fine ability and As to psf tidal psf Isuf of mod As he is. With Tho facts has no Superior in the he will again Dur ing the canvass accompanied by Arthur. Mcartor who is. Universally concluded Man of Fine ability and an eloquent speaker. We know that Tho Shanghai party claim old Rock As the stronghold of dredge esq., of this City by his proud car or. John Mitchell of Janesville a Basket of Pear they Wero very Largo and much admired. Or. Chas. Bowerman of Fulton a Box of peaches and varieties of Tho grape. The i peaches were very Large and of most excellent flavor and attracted much Atten Tion. Or. E. Ii. Strong of Janesville exhibited a Fine variety of Tho Catawba Grapo and some Beautiful quinces. Or do Battlo nevertheless there was some Tohgi pro a tic e attendant on their coming a tiie dark Green of some and Light col Rod but tasteful cos others with their plumes floating in their spirited steeds Champ ing their bits As if impatient of Tho curb conspired to give to the Sceno a spirit b Gayety and Lively excitement. As they passed around the ring Thoy wore of course the observed of no and before Thoy gave free Rei to their horses time to take note out of which the toil owing imperfect do sir options have Boon Woven miss Martha Noggle a Young lady o some thirteen Summers Wos hould think Ridge and Beautiful appearance not Only 1 or. A. Pratt of Lima several Fine varieties of Winter apples. Tho exhibition of horned Largo. To noticed them a took the first Premium on single horses but was an object of admiration to Tho assembled crowd. Arthur w. Bunster of this City had or. The ground a Large Iron Grey draught horse a Noble animal. For which to took the first Premium. The Firo companies of this a More than passing notice but of r limits will not permit it. Tho trial of skill be tween them commande a Tion and their added in i part of Tho exhibition Torst to the fair Down breaks1 Fine Short horned Durham Bull. Tho property of or. Ii. D. Converse of water g years old in november nest and weighing about 2209 pounds to was s Boblo animal. We also noticed a very Largo cow with twin calves the property of or. J. Blackett of Beruil. Want of Placo prevents a full description of this on she firs trial of i Tho display of Swine Hoep and poultry. In round Tho track cited expressions of admiration from nil who witnessed the feat v miss m. N. was a Light drab hat an d it sane and. Skirt and Rode a Beautiful Light Orrel horse whose distended nostril Sharp of rated and Linely formed limbs Atod his blood and flee Ness. The lady i a stranger to us but the horse was not for to had seen his Speed and Mettle ried upon the turf and to knew he could go like Tho wind. We feared greatly for he fair stranger whose Light and Graceful Brm commanded our. Admiration and whose dark Eye occasionally glanced care Essly Over the crowd around her while she managed gracefully the High melt tied Steed beneath but it was not until ure saw her piss round the track and at a rapid rate and saw her hold ice seat and rein As firmly As if going at an ambling Gate and As confidently As though the i acer she Rode was a lady s Entla that our Confidence in her skill was Complete and the admiration of the assembled crowd at its height her Riding was of Tho kind. After the of Erciso of the occasion were Over and the riders were passing from the Gate we could not help bar ring Tho color of her dress and Ady to speak of and her Steed were Fine impersonations of die Vernon and her Black Mare and As we. Thought still further we could not help wishing that she teas die that we were just then to whom premiums Haw been awarded at the late co. Fair May obtain them at Tho Register s office. A c a e d a we in behalf of the Agri cultural society and mechanics1 Institute of Bpck county take this method of expressing our Hearty thanks to the fire companies of the City of Janesville for their kindness generosity a responding to our invitation to be present at our annual fair and also for the Large amount of interest which Ras added to the occasion by the magnificent display of the Power of their engines and their gentle Manly deportment which As an example tended so much to enhance the quiet and Good order of our and we do not hesitate to say that with such a Eire department the citizens of Janesville need give themselves no uneasiness in regard to the safety of their property while Rock rim and a tatar Fum have it under their care. Janesville octo Ber z. P. Burdick. Pres t. Cha s r. Gibbs Sec y j. F. W1llard, treat. Ivas attired in a drab Plush hat and Black feathers Black velvet dark Green skirt and mounted upon a Small Black to Noy. Which she sat As gracefully As a Bird and managed admirably Well. Miss Maria Louisa Todd of Rock was dressed with hat and feathers Green Basque and skirt and Rode a spirited sorry Palfrey. Miss Cronk of Jonesville Woro a Blu hat dressed with ribbons a Green Boddice and skirt Bud was mounted upon a Light sorrel horse. Into our mind. That there was no Francis for. We had a wife at daughter on the ground Large enough and anxious As gracefully As the lady we Ojha Dilert. The ladies and the was we. The Ilca. ladies horseback Riding and such As to seen surpassed of Utility of these exhibitions we have to say. And the invariably add interest to such As the late while Tho accomplishment to a lady As a skillful Eque Trienne is a Ful and healthful one. Our lady friends who Woro in the ring. Will excuse the in perfectness of our de is option of theras Olyes for we Are not an fait in he technicalities of their toilet while to Hope the admirers of each will not accuse us of partiality or in the have Given. We have written Tri above on our own responsibility and regardless of the awards of the committee about which we know double tracked rolling Stock cannot be in Phrot Rinju Vracr no. 2 Boro off Tho Palm but on Tho second trial to 1, we thought was ahead. Tho ladies was constantly thronged with visitors Bux Jho room As signed them was not sufficiently in go. It was filled with paintings an i every variety Offan Yarid needlework. As we crowded through we could Birely at a few articles in the enclosure. Among them we noticed a Case of Needle work and embroidery by miss Sarah Bennett of this City which in its Beauty surpassed any thing of Shanghai so but we Are much mistaken if i Tho kind we Ever saw. It Container one wrought impure Collar one White French the Goth of november does not Tell a differ ent tale than that with which the leaders of the party Are comforting themselves Active in your master s cause. Yoi Ribu Ted by the undersigned which officers of the fair would be derelict in our duty Ware we our other notices of the late fair of the gentlemanly and a combating bearing of the officers. The president Fias. R. Gibbs Seo y. And of Willaro treasurer were unremitting acco Iodate the Large concourse in Atten dance while great credit is due to the superintendent or. Jobs Dickson. And or. Marshal on the Merino silk embroidered. Scarfs wrought and embroidered in the Oriental style and wrought Linen this Case arrested Tho attention of every one and elicited the admiration of there was also a Case of Wax Flowers bearing the card of mrs. E. Gorson of be was one of Tho most Beautiful specimens of the kind and at which the passer by lingered to look As Long As the j pressing crowd behind would permit in their efforts to 0 a Caso of Wax fruit from mrs. G. S. Strasberger of Janesville consisting o All manner of fruit which we cannot afford p eared in the editorial columns. But a Short time to inbox for All will soon be done with in vain fleeting is rapidly Bear vigilant for the nigh will soon spread.its., shadows Over but it matters not How soon if you bar a abundant Entrance shall administered unto you unto the pres or Angels and the spirits of men May the lord Cpd of Icrael Grant that when our labors Art our in a Fantle Mulo with Hunadi shall cease we translated into that Temple not a wet with eternal in the heavens. To whom with the Sou and holy ghost. Into the Triune god we will ascribe glory Dou Pinion and might Ouw and amen. Stances ensued to which it is unnecessary now to which seemed to require further contributions from his pen and rom that time to the present the Edito rial of Tho Standard has been under his but it was not until o permanent arrangement for his continuance in that office contemplated and for that reason his name was not at the head of this paper. This much by Way of explanation. As to the political course of the Stan Dard the undersigned deems it Unne Cev Cess try to say More than that in its past forthe last Sinif its friends and subscribers have an Earnest of the future. _. Occasion for their efficiency and Energy in Circum the discharge of their respective duties. A Foo ush forgery. We in i r emulation a spurious speech of. Gen. made two years in which to is to bolted got. Bars Low s Gen. Smith never made such it is o Baid forgery. The governor will gain friends when Means Are resorted to to injure him. Smith is too Well and favourably known in. This portion of Tho slate to be any such tricks. The weak Ness per or. Randall his opponent for general is so obvious that Tho of the general have not thought proper to notice Tho numberless Inore unscrupulous the Randall Par to cast mud upon the Able and much respected historian of wisc on report which has Deen heralded Over Tho country that Sebastopol had been taken is not entirely True. The Malakoff and Redan towers have was Picc Lerit equal if not Superior to for mor years. Messes. Morse Deal ers of Janesville had on exhibition an excellent assortment of ble top Centre tables of mahogany and Rose Wood mahogany chairs Hall stands toilet tables. Tole a tuites Thoy we markets. Democratic Stannard office Janesville oct. 3, 1855. The Folio Wing Are the opening prices to hts morning. Canada Civ common Spring -1.21, o 1.23. 50a55. A 80. Wanted for local use but Little Glass per 100 ibs City 3.25 country Spang 16e per Doz. Per in. City Loc country 7c. Per peach i8a20c per la ii spared per bbl. Caution. The travelling Evaro of certain hand Bills published and issued by Tho new York Gentral Railroad agents advertising their fare two dollars and a half Leas to few York than by any other Houtch. Eviey arc false and intend Tho fares and rates of transport new York and Erie Railroad and its Ding from Stew York City to Dun Kirk Buffalo Niagara Falls Syracuse Rochester Oswego and connecting with All Western railroads Steamboat lines Are 09 Laic and icily be continued As Lojec As by any Railroad or Steamboat line. The new York and Erie Railroad is in perfect condition. Its in Tea Nothrup As yet. When 1 they Are made known to shall publish them for the satisfaction of Tho friends and acquaintances of tiie parties interested and for Tho Imp Nna Tion of Tho Public. Of by any Railroad company in America. The systematic arrangement of its exclusive Telegraph Tine Ronders accidents and delays which Are so frequent on lines having no continuance to new York City and Many connections to Macc through tickets to new York Boston Phil Adelphia and Baltimore for Sale at the office of Gold watch presentation. After our article descriptive of the la to company . B. F. Smith general agent. R. I e. E. K. H. 0. It lox agent Milwaukee. Tho two last named Young ladies were my idea Riding match at the late county fair was in Type we had by invitation the pleasure of witnessing a very interesting interview. In company with or. 0. E. Of about the same ago As Noogle. And in Tho of their horses Scro perfectly at Homo. We subsequently observed that these Throe Young girls in flying round the track exhibited the most perfect self Possession and skill in the language of another they roue like Little miss Mary c. Miles of Fulton Rodo a Black horse Ami Woro a Black and and capt. Geo. S done. We proceeded to the residence of or. A. K. Of Thia City Whon Tro were introduced to miss Marion w. was one of the in the match. After some general conversation. Capt. Done in n highly courteous find Happy manner addressed As follows Many gentlemen of Thia City and Vici nity considering that was not done of most Esqui Sito workmanship. Our Cit j Feather is skirt your Superior equestrian accomplishments Zens have no occasion to Senj abroad for furniture so Long As such excellent Arti cles Are at Home. Miss Eliza of Milton was mounted upon r. Small arabian , and was dressed with Black Boddice and to Kirk and Cap and feathers piece of Cabinet work i As Thoy round the Tarnok or. S. Ii. Mar Nissi o. Of Jans Sivile sex. Habited Tho finest we Ever saw of which he is the owner their horse5 at their and maker. It was a Cylinder front Secretary and Bock Gaso of Black Walnut Vinced that miss Miles and miss Culver were both Graceful and accomplished Eques and Rose Wood and is a perfect combir.tv-1 to Ionics. Tion of drawers shelves Pigeon hobos j Hiss Cornelia h. St. Jons of Janes Ville was dressed in Black hat and Cal hours. Dark Green Busque and skirt and Rode a or. M. Commenced this Ortillo about nine years Sinco. Ana has built it As his Leisure hours would permit. It contains 30 draw ers ten doors and 44 looks stands 7 feet 4 inches High and is 22 inches deep it is value i at Yfe learn that it is to be take to the state fair at Milwaukee this week. It was very much admired and its workmanship highly commended. Or. Ii. S. Had Large Black horse. It occurred to us when we first saw the Effort she was compelled to make Liat the animal she Rodo. Was too hard fitted for her to manage Well but ithe n under Way who succeeded Admira Bly. We Bitil think that a horse not so heavy and Largo As the Ohio she Rode would have suited her better. She proved herself however to to a Graceful rider a no. Those who know her Well inform us she is Benton by miss n. M. Clow was very workmanship. J at Home on a horse s Back be to or truthful and life like and arrested Tho or. J. M. Hiker of Janesville. Exhibited spirited any where. Room to describe was universally admired i on exhibition r. Caso of saddles. A monochromatic painting of Thos. H. I bridles and of admirable tuntion of everybody. But although on memorandum Book full we cannot pretend to describe All we Siw and Wili close this part of o in article by saying that dress Coats vests. Been the allies and a Victory i y s ass tests a to that extent has been gained and in Takh we Stern clothing Empo ing the South Side of the town compelling the russians to set fire their ships and Retreat to the North Side in. The Strong fortress constant me an immense advantage has been gained. Their Success has Ali the prestige of a Victory but it is not final and Complete. Tho russians it friends and Wil their present.p0sition to r. Party. A dispatch says that a party Given near Hiya opt term., a fear Ign forty five of the guests were poisoned., ithe Raan is dead and Severa Volmir persons to recover. A bipod was contained in soroa of the used whatever of ability to possesses shall be devoted to the advocacy of Dembe Ratic principles and adhering to the land Marks Down by those great Capo rights of the democratic and a Cisom. Principles to which Hehli throughout big life been attached und to the promotion of which it has err been ambition to Render his Hamble Aid. In the present contest in 7-this state it will be his aim to make the o Standard if not an least Active a advocate of the democratic party and its ticket. The adopted by Tho late democratic state con such As he heartily endorses. Lie had the Honor to be upon the commit toe which drafted and -. Reported those resolutions to the they met his approval then and will receive his cordial advocacy now. It would be a work of super rotation to speak in detail of the qualis cations of the it now becomes his duty As Well a his pleasure to openly support. It Nas been done in the columns of the Stan Dard heretofore. Suffice it to say that he has tic utmost Confidence in the ability honesty and democracy of every gentle Man upon the democratic ticket and that Yinwu. A. Barstow to ouly an honest but a faithful Active and efficient Public officer. For months rim of c. Haves taking the first Premium Ivere there As also o overcoats pants from Tho clothing House of harsh Sonneborn rejoicing in their innocence and Beauty were two Little California quails belonging to or. Leonard of Harmony looking in their Cage As if a cutuly to Bear the Olive Branch of the last and before Sebast booms finally Between contestants for the different taken a desperate Battle will yet be fought premi uras about to be awarded. C it tout 1 Between the cant Riding armies. In the Success already the allies lost about .3000 men and tha russians about the same number. Thus far the accounts of this terrible siege arc somewhat vague and conflicting n our next paper we will Endeavor to a. Before on readers the. Full particulars of the taking of what Dit ional particulars we May in the mean time receive. For the week ending sept. 29th, there was received and purchased in this City fifty Jour thousand Seten Hun dred and Twenty bushels of wheat at prices ranging from to per Bushel. The invite the attention of our readers to the address of col. Z. P. A Ohdik president of Tho co. Agricultural Jle Hanics info Tinte which we publish in full on the outside of Day s paper. It is a Plain and practical production and worthy of and creditable to its author. A has Sojie Ore informed by one of the officers of the Rock county agricultural the receipts of the late fair amounted to Between twelve Anc past he has been made the target of abuse i fifteen Hundred dollars. A most splendid sett of harness. J miss Jane Durgis of Bolo it. Was tires-1 or. J. 13. Dimock of Janesville a Case j fed in a Black Basque and debate skirt. Outside the Hall were ambr types and daguerreotypes of Many familiar the a Biotype process seems to be n the ascendant and under the artistic skill of our Friend or. S. Thompson their merits Are beginning to be appreciated in this City. Of daguerreotypes there were specimens from or hand of Janesville to whom Tho committee awarded the first also from or Branderi of be Loit and or. Powers of Janesville As an artist in that Has been heretofore regarded Ras second to none in the state and while we would not say one word in disparagement of or. Hand whose acquaintance we have made within a Day or two past yet our Confidence in the skill of or. P. As an accomplished and successful operator is unchanged by the report of the committee. The display of vegetables was very Large and gave evidence that our Farmers were paying that attention to this Branch of agriculture which it so justly demands. Or. F. B. Spalding of Beloit. Exhibited with a Fine variety of other vegetables a Large custard Squash. Or. H. Woodward jr., of Beloit exhibited a Fine specimen of South sea isl and Cotlon in full Bloom his display of vegetables was extensive among which we noticed the egg Plant drama or egyptian Corn and the Husk Tomato. Of boots shoes a Beautiful variety or. W. Ii. Rhodes of Jamie Seville had on exhibition surrounded by a Glass Case a miniature locomotive. Who com plete in Oil its parts manufactured of brass and it was indeed a curiosity and was greatly admired. Messes. Kinin la hardware dealers of Janesville disc Ayed a Fino variety of stoves from the ornamental Par Lor to Tho Plain substantial cooking. Messes. Lawrence Atwood it co., of Janesville. Also exhibited a Fino variety of stoves with Superior trimmings to match. A Small miniature cooking Steve from this firm about 7 by 9, attracted much Atten messes. J. A. Wood co., of this City White Satin hat and feathers and Rode a Largo Bay animal we should thick a suited to Tho occasion. But she was evidently competent to manage him and when under full headway exhib-1 item a great Deal of skill and the utmost self Possession. An Accident however happened to her which although it did not result in serious injury created considerable temporary alarm for her safety. In passing at a rapid rate around the North East Corner of the enclosure her horse ran against one of the e her foot from the Stirrup unseating and throwing her to the ground she be in up on her shoulder and Side face and Wai stunned considerably. In a snort time after the Accident she was taken from the exhibited a double action Force pump of grounds to Tho residence of a which they Havo the exclusive right to sell in this county. It is a valuable article admirably adapted to this Section of the country. In the display of agricultural implements we noticed reapers mowers Corn planters seed threshers portable Mills. Ploughs hero want of. Space forbids us to particularized All of these use Ful articles yet we cannot let the Occas Ion pass without referring to the Superior threshing machine manufactured by j. H. Budd co., of this City it was a Beautiful machine and elicited much Praise from our Farmers. The portable grist Mill of Nichols Loomis co., was much admired and its Utility generally acknowledged. It was exhibited in full operation. Or. Ira Miltimore exhibited some Beautiful Cut Stone from the Monterey Quarry messes. Doty Burnham Aud Hume Bush of this City displayed some Fine specimens of their work in panel doors thus ends our description of the various articles on exhibition at the it is not As full As we in our limits we have been inform cd has entirely recovered. In stick requires ofis s Dorgin did not Eom Jtb Jan a View of lists and that Fie did so ouly of the her friends. Her Home was the bust she could procure in the hurry of preparation. What we1 saw of us that she was a most Esce Lerit her acquaintances Tell us her superiority As a horsewoman is universally conceded miss aka Tibbitts How of Chicago of was riot permitted under the rules of the fair owing to her residence out of Rook to compete for a Premium. As an Amateur however she entered the ring dressed most taste fully with drab Plush hat and feathers dark Green Basque and skirt of the earn Riding a splendid and Large Brown fast trotting horse is conceded by everybody to be Superior in the management of the wildest horse ant in the certainty1 of holding her seat Uhde almost any circumstances. Her exhibition of horsewoman ship in its Grace ask Beauty As her splendid Charger went Plung Badger state Jaxk main Street Janesville wis. principal cities of Tho Union for Sale it Tho Tow Sefc rates. Particular attention Given to collections and proceeds promptly remitted at the current rate of Exchange without charge for commis Sion. For any amount dra trn on great Brit Ain and the continent. 4stf . Bi1iock, tres l c. I Atteson cashier. As evinced on the occasion of the Riding match at the late county fair have taken the Liberty of purchasing for. You a trifling Token of. Their admiration for your Admira ble equestrianism and have commissioned me to be Tho hearer of this watch and Chain to you. I take the liveliest pleasure in fulfilling the agreeable Mission and beg that you will rect Ive it from allow me also to assure you that with it we respectfully offer you our warmest wishes or your personal our visit and the object of our Mission i Ere entirely unexpected by miss Pierce. And As a natural consequence she., was lightly confused but she soon rallied from Ler embarrassment and in accepting the resent. Gracefully commissioned Gap. D. To return her grateful thanks to lors fur their Beautiful pledging her. To preserve it As a. Treasured memento f the unexpected kindness and partiality f her unknown friends. The. Watch which is a very Beautiful Anchor lever and the Gold Chain and sey were purchased at the jewelry store of or. S. C. Spaulding of this City. It was a gift creditable to the taste of the donors and worthy of the lady for whom it was purchased and to whom it was presented. Rook River engine co. No. 1. An election for officers of this company for he ensuing year was held at the com Mon Council room on monday he following gentlemen wore elected offi Janesville City Bank main Street drafts for Sale on All the principal cities the Union and great Britain. This Bank will Purchase , certificates of do polite county orders Etc., Etc. Por our customers approved paper discounted to any amount. Bills notes received for collection with out remitted immediately Ess current rates of Exchange. Henry b. Buster. Pres f. Who Tojo i Jug at Tomkies and Counselor at Law Jamesville. Wiscow six. Are prepared to attend to business in eral courts of this state. Having at much expense procured an abstract of the Llee ords of land titles in Rock county and secured Tho services of t. A. Gibbs late Deputy Register they Are prepare def furnish per a Csc abstracts of titles to lands in said county. They still attend to the Purchase and Sale of ands the a or not of. Taxes and the settlement of tax titles by suit or otherwise in any county in Wisconsin. Collections made and proceeds remitted on the Day of their receipt g Foreman. D. Mcdougal assistant Foreman. V. Andrews 2d do do j. . V Tibbs Secretary i 1. S. After election the officers invited tha company to an Oyster supper at Woll a Croft a j just at that time we chanced Inland upon the the Foreman shared in their Hospital ties. Solicitation Staples of of has fur i sept. 9th, before his congregation on the occasion of Tho edifice recently erected by that society. We commend it and especially the sentiments contained in the latter portion of the extract to our readers generally. The Call attention to the advertisement of the Cornucopia in Arither column. It will be seen that or. Law intends to be ready at All times to attend to the wants of epicurean friends. With such a gentlemanly assist ant Asep Roasella he cannot fail to please the Public. Ered by ii 14-Ly. Chancy Farms and unimproved lands in Rock Green and Dane counties. For Sale enquire of Woodruff Cor. Main Milwaukee Sta. Janesville goo by Babcoke West Side the tlivee., Janesville. Importers of Eryth als p., general dealers in pry goods Firo Merics carpets Hall hat stands Gilt co Rcw paper Haa i pigs window castors table cutlery Jinn King 0lnsst3, looking gloss Gilt picture wore their great facilities in procuring House goods can be realized by All who will examine Thill Stock and Price. Soldiers attention j by a3? act of Cox Tess passed i 3d, Good. Two fast horses be longing to _ messes. Eycleshimer he and which were enter to at the late co. Fair Wero shod by sir. De Powis of this City a very Superior Workman in his line of business. 1855, All who served in the. Revolutionary War or an Joth Erir a in which the United states been. H Days or More and Hare not received land Are entitled to 160 acres. Jill who Navo served in any Battle though. They Only served one Are entitled acres. Tho widow or if there be no widow Tho children if any under 21 years of ago on 3d March 1s55, Are entitled to Tho lands. Those who have drawn less than 160 acres Are entitled to enough to make Iso acres in All. Tho undersigned would respectfully Call Tho attention of Al interested to the above statement to is informed that it will be some 4 month before any warrants will be. Issued under Tho new Law. His services the procuring land and All concerned in this Are invited to Call at his office in the Central Bank of Wisconsin Janesville wis. To has no attorney in Washington but Tram acts his business direr Cly with the pension a pertinent. 2h6 Geo. S. Dodge

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