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' aS0 W. GEDDES, Common Ploss Judge.
B. IKOMAND, Probate Judge. -Pi
Mn BARBEE, Cl'x Com. Pl'a k Dist.Cr't
9s W. HILL, Proireontlng Attorney. j .
'tt-'coVJrr&. ofncERS. ,
"l" ISAAC GATES, Auditor... .
i iraMRY HrrSIIP.r. fnMnrni
,ii'OHN BfiOWif, Sheriff.
OEOROE W. DEIli, Recorder.. '.
"JV,.J0HN KEENtf, SurTeyor. ' j
,n-l8R,EAL MARKLE, Coroner. : '
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-ui JOHN VAN KESTi JCommiaaionen.
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JAME9 McNAULL, )
mii WMk CttilO-i, ' Infirmary Direolora,
Hff J.-S. MARTIN, '.' 'J- i
11. M. CAMPBELL "
V.LIVkI PIUDNFELTER, Bftannah,
" J. O. JaMNmas, Cashier, II. Luiiiee, Tr
first JTATiojrjti. mdJiru
" t ASHLAND. OHIO. ', .
IIDLBERT LUTHER, 1 O. H. TOPPING,
JACOB CRAM., , I J. O. JENNINGS
l)a eiclusitely aBanking busines . Buy and
lell Eastern Kxobinge ana Loin.; iiieoount up
' on ladlrllual security. ,
IQT Bell Revenue and Postage Stamp .
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t ! 0PP03iTK the MoNully House, Ashland, 0.
i 'l'i Hi. Mm-liu, Proprietor. Good aooommoda
i.i i- tiont and reasoniole bills. Patronage so;
lioited.: ' " ' " '
.' - McJrVLTW lUiVUE,
1 WM.JIoNOLTV, Proprietor. South Side o;
" " Main Strret, Ashluud Ohio
,.;,. JOHJT V. JOJTES,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW, Abiiland, 0. Partlo
ntur aLientiou naid to (JollcctinB and bu
niuB.ii! in Probate Court. Office on Church
etroet, betweon Miiiu and Sandusky.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ashland, 0.; Office
on Church Street., in thebrick buildingim.
mediately iVest of Cuba's Store.
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' ATTORNEY At LAW j Office over Wallnck
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,y & Andrews' Buoe store, wain oirtci. iu
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ti eminent to proonre Pension Certificates
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J. II. McCOJIBS,.
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Ashlaud
Ohio. Office in iho Brick building over
Singer a Hardware Stcre.
II. S. SEE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, F1KE AND LIFE
Insurance Agent and Notary Public. Par
tlcular attention paid to colleotlng, Probate
business, Partition cases ano Execution of
Deeds. Mortiaiea and Contraots. Uttice In
Miller's Block, Seoond Story, Main Street,
opposite Iho Town Hall, Ashland, 0.
Iff I. L. CUAJTE,
OFFICE One Door West of Qquire's Drug
Store, Up Stairs. Residence Corner or con
tre and Washington Streets, Ashland, 0.
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'. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Aahland Ohle.
Particular attention will be paid to the
treatment of tho following special diseases
Dyspepsia, disease of the Liver, the Kid
neys, Scrofula and Epithelial Cancera.
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PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON, Ashland Ohio
..i OEoe ovet Hughes A Staoher'e Store, op
posito the Town Hall '
!'H.'Abmwb'oi," - . T. S. Humisp
ARMST110NG & nUNTER
'li'ea80 elated themselves together for the
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i the treatment of Chronic Di aeasea. Office
on North atreet, former ly oeou pied by Dr. Yo
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JEWELLER And Silver Smith, one door West
of Potter'a Drug Btore, Ashland, Ohio.
vi 'Gold and Steel Pens, and a ehoioe variety
j. bfc Jewelry kept eonatantty on nana
Higheit p.lo. paid for old Gold and Silver.
Repairing done to order, on reasonable
- .terma oaiiaiaotoriiy warranieu ,
?ER0R3 OF YOUTH.
';' A Gentleman who Buffered for yea a from
Nervous Debility, Prems lure decay, nd all
the etfoots of youthful indisoretlon, will, for
the Buffering humanity, aend fret to all who
need it; the lecipe and dlreotionsfor mating
the simple reineuy oy wnicn te waa cured
Sufferer a wishing to profit by the advertlsort
experience, can do ao by addressing
JOHN B. OODEN,
No. 18Chambeia BU.New York.
,:: '.piSSOIirTIQN KOTIOB.
NOTICE la hereby given that the Partnership
heretofore existing bctflceu J. L. A C. C. Camp-
, tell, nil a been qssotvea uy mutual cousept.
All persons Indebted to the above Ann, are
earnestly requested to can ana maxo seiiicmcni,
J. L. & C. C. CAMPBELL,
Ashland County Agricultural Society,
TO DI HELD AX
10th, lltta And
LIST OF PREMIUM.
t Drpartmenl Honet and Mules.
Under cbarcu of James Alberson, at
tending Member of the Board.
Hortet Itl Clan Thorough Bred.
Best stallion 4 jrs old and over.. $6,00
2nd best do do 0,UO
Best slallion 3 yrs old 5,00
2nd best do do. - 4,00
Besf stallion 2 yrs old 4,00
2nd test do . do 3,00
Befit stallion 1 year old 8,00
2nd best do do 2,00
'Best brood mare and suckling colt. . . 5,00
Hest nlly 3 yrs old , 5,00
Best do 2 yrs old.. T 4,00
Best doTyoar old . 2,00
Committee dr. 1. 1 crane, Andrew
BOUTQU, II. rOUTEK.
' 2nd Clast for all Work.
Best stallion 4 yrs old and over. . $5,00
2d best do do 4,00
Best stallion 3 yrs old and over.. 4,00
2nd best do do........ 3,00
Beet stallion 2 yrs o'.d 8 00
2d best do do 2,00
Best stallion 1 year old 3,00
2nd best stallion . do... 2,00
Bcstbroodmaroanusuckling colt.. 5,00
2nd best do r----- 4,00
Best filly 3 years old 8,00
2nd best do 2,00
2nd best do 1,00
Best filly 1 year old 2,00
2nd best do 1,00
Best borso colt. ... ....... 1,00
Best filly colt 1,00
Best gelding 5 yrs olfl aud over.. 4,00
2nd best do 3,00
Best ueldint 4 years old........ 3,00
land best do , 2,00
Best s&Wini' 3 Tears old 3,00
2nd best do 2,00
COMMITTEE JOHN B. ORA YI1ELL, MAIIT1N
MASON, JOSEPHUS CLARK.
3rd Class Match and Saddle Hortct.
Boat ppim of geldings 4 vrs old and
2nd bctt do...' 4,00
Best span geldings 3 yrs old.... 3,00
2nd best do 2,00
Best single trcldtng 4 yrs old and
2nd best du 2,00
Best spun mares 4 yrs old. and over 5,00
2nd best do 4,00
Best span mares 3 yrs old...... 3,00
2nd best du...
Best single ninio 4 yrs old and over
2nd best do........!....
COMMITTEE DR J. COWAN, DR.
SA.Ml'hEL, JAMES GLENN.
n ibe following glasses there, must be
two entries each, or there will bo no
4(i Clait Trotting Entrance Fee $3,00
Best trotting horso or mare in bar-
' ncss $15,00
2nd best do 10,00
5A Class Trotf'ng Entrance Fee $3,00
Best green trotting borse or mare $10,00
2nd best i) 5,00
6th Class Trotting Entrance Ve$3,00
Best trotting borse or mare under
2nd best do, 10,00
1th Class Racking Entrance Fee $3 ,00
Best racking horse or mare...... $15,00
2nd best do 10,00
Sth Class Sweep Stakes Trotting
Enti ance $10 and $10 added ly Socicli.
COM. ON TP.OTTINO AND RACKING D,
W. WU1TMORE, JAMES HEARST, rillLIl'
9th Class Jacks and Mule.
Best jack $4,00
2nd best do 2,00
Best pair mulos....... ....... 8,00
Best singlo mule......... 2,00
Boat mule eolt ...... 2,00
2nd best do 1,00
COM. A. W. PHRDY, D. B. GRAY
2nd Department Cattle. '
Under oharge of J O Johnson, attend
ing member of Board.
1st Class Durhamt.
Best ball 4 yean and over..... . $5,00
Second best do................ 3,00
Best bull botween 2 and 4 years.. 4,00
Second best do.,...,.... 2,00
Best yearling bull.............. 2,00
Second best do ............ 1,00
Best bull calf. 1,00
Best herd, not less than 5 head.. 10 00
Seoond best do...... 5,00
Females the same as males, with two dol
lars extra entrar.oe fee upon herds.
COMMITTEE WAKEMAN BEACH, R. M.
CLOSE, THOMAS JOHNSON.
2nd Class Devon.
Best bull 3 years and ovor...... $4,00
Socond best do................ 2,00
Best bull 2 yrs and under 8 2,00
Seoond bctt do....... 1,00
Best yearling bull..... 2,00
Scce-id best do.... ' 1,00
ASHLAND, OHIO. WEDNESDAY,
Best ball calf.. '-. 1,00
Best herd of not le&i than 5 head. . 5,00
Seoond best do.....'.-.-.-..-.- 8,00
Females (be same as males, with two dol
lars extra entrance fee upon herdp,
6Voi oetoeen Improved and Natioe.
Best bull 8 year? and over $3,00
Seoond best do 2,00
Best bull 2 and under 3 yrs 2,00
Second best do 1,00
Best yearling bull . ........ 1,00
Best bull calf...... 1,00
Female the same. -
COMMITTEE ANDREW PROUDFIT, 0'
MATHEWS, JONATHAN DOTY.
Best yoke of oxen 3 yrs and over.. $3,00
Second best do 2,00
Best pair 3 yrs old steers any breod 8,00
Second best do 2,00
Best pair 2 vrs old steers any breed 2,00
Second best do................ 1,00
Best parr yerliog steers........ 1,00
The work oxen are to be proven by the
committee tor dratt.
Best steer 3 yrs or over $4,00
Socond best do 2,00
Best fat heifer over two years.... 2,00
Second best do 100
licet milch oow of any breed.... 3,00
Second beBt do 2,00
COMMITTEE WM. ASUTO.V, M. DE MOSS,
8(2 Department Sheep.
s( Class Thorough Bred.
Best buck 2 years old and over,. $10,00
Best yearling buck.. .......... 8,00
Second best do 1 5,01
Best buck teinb 6,00
Second best do '. 3,00
Committee J Wcoster, Lorain County,
S 1 nomas, Huron County, lbwma3 W
Chapman Sturk Co , G W Ryall, Ashland
Uo., Amos urown, Wayne Lo.
2nd Class Fleece.
Best buck 2 years old aud over.. 10.00
Second best do 7,00
Bcstyiarling buck... .. b,(J0
Second best do....... 5 60
Best buck lamb 5,00
Seoond best do.... ...... . 8,00
Commit'ee Wra Buchanan, Madison El
loot. Lorain County, E Campbell, Lorain
(Jo.. Ucorco Moore, Wayne to., 8 B
Smith Richland County.
Best pen of 3 ewes 2 yrs old and
Second bsst do 7,00
Best pen of 3 yearling ewes...... 8,00
Second best do ............ 5,00
Best pen 3 ewe lambs.......... 5,00
Second best do 8,00
Committee Johnsen Welch, John El
Icott, Wayne Ccunty, Edward Houghton,
Lorain County, John Wheeler, Lorain
County, Jas Boyd.
2d Class -Mnttoh.
Best buck 2 yrs and over.......
Second best do ......
Bast yearling buck .......
Second be3t do ........
Best buck lamb .. . ..
Best pen 3 ewes 2 yrs and ovor.
Seeocd best do .......
Best pen 3 yearling ewes.......
Seoond best do ....
Iiest lut theep of any kind.....
Second best do. ......
4 Department Swine.
Under charge of Leander Carter, at
tending member of Board.
Best boar 2 years old and over....
Seonn4 best do ........
Uc.t boar under 2 years........
Second best do............
Best sow 2 years old and over .
Best sow under 2 years.... .
Best litter of pigs not less than 4
b itwcen 4 and 6 months old. . 3,00
Second best . do 1,00
Bc.t litter of pigs under 3 months 2,00
Socond best do.... ......... 1,00
Committee John Charles, Samuel Fluke
5(7 Department Farming Utensels.
FARM UTENSILS NO. 1
Best olover-huller diploma and.. $2,00
Best wheat drill do... 1,00
Best horso rake................ 1 ,00
Best one horse cultivator..... 1,00
Bestoorn shelter ..... 1,00
Best fanning mill.. ...... 1,00
Best corn planter.............. 1,00
Boat straw cutter.............. 1,00
Committee Jamei Wells, Peter Lash,
FARM IMPLEMENT! NO. 2.
Bast plow for general use .. $3,00
Best subsoil plow.............. 2,00
Best sward do.,..
Beit grain cradle ....
Best half dozen rakes..
Best cheose press......
Bctt churn ....
Best washing machine..
Best cheese press......
BeBt bee hive........
Committee Johnson Schoby, M Crum.
line, John Berry.
FARN IMPLEMENTS NO. 3.
Best two borse wagon ..... $2,00
Bost two horse carriage-.. , 3,00
Best one horse buggylY-. ...... 2,00
Beat sulky.... ....... .......diploma
Committee, same as above.
Oth Department Flour and Grain.
Under charge of John giahmin, attend
ing member gl BoarcL
IT MUST ANP 'SIULL
Best barrel of flour manufactured
from the least quantity of wheat. .
Seoond best , do.v --
Best half bushel of wheat.
do do do of rye
do do do of barley .
do do . do , of buokwheat.
do do', do of oats......
do do do of flax seed. ,
do do do of timothy sesd
do do do of clover seed
do i colleoiion of send corn....
A statement with au affidavit, eortify-
ing the quantity of wheat used, to acoom-
pany the flour eihitued.
Committee Robt . M Zuver, ,4, Mason,
Thomas Calhoun. .'
Seventh Department under charge of
Phioeas Weston, attending member of
Best erop of wheat not less than 2
Second best do.... ........ ' 2,00
Best 2 acres of oats............ 3,00
Best 2 acres of corn .... ,00
Second best do... 2,00
Best two acres of barley 5,00
Seoond best do 2,00
Best crop buckwheat not less than
one acre .............
Best crop of flax seed do.
Best crop pf clover seed do 3,00
Best crop of timothy seed do....
Best crop potatoes not less i aere
Best crop turnips do.
Greatest and best quantity of mo
lasses made from Unloose sugar
oane, from any given quantity
of land not less than iacre.. 3,00
Second best do 2,00
Statement of culture and manufacture
to be given. Ground to be measured and
sworn to, nnu crop to Da measured or
weighed and sworn to and reported by
the first day of Deosmber next.
Eighth Dcpuitnient under charge of
Samuel Thomburg, attending member of
Committee Wm Norris, John Springer,
It If iumerson,
Twelve best varieties of apples for
all purposes named and la
beled by exhibitor .. $2.00
Best 5 varieties of tall apples.... 50
do winter do........ 60
do atveet do........ 50
Best new seedlings....... 50
Best i peck of peaolies ..... 1,00
Sccoud beet do 60
Best varieties of pears.......... 1,00
Best six quinces of any variety. . 50
Bestvuiety of plums 50
Best grapes..... .......... 1,50
Second best do................ 1,00
Best and gteaiest variety do.... 1,00
Committee Wm Morris, John Springer,
R P Fulkerson.
Best half bushel of potatoes 1,00
liest hull bushel oi sweet potatoes 1,00
Best half bushel white beans 1,00
B.st peck limabeaas 1,00
Best peck peppors.. ...... ...... 60
Best 4 watermelons..... ... 50
Best 4 musk melons............ 50
Best 4 Euuushes...... ....... 50
Best 4 pumpkins... 60
Best 4 beets.... ... 50
Best 4 parsnips . ..... 50
Best 4 heads of cabbage........ 50
Best peck onions.............. 50
Best petk tomatoes... 50
Committee to be appointed on, the ground
Ninth Department under oharge of
Juuies E Chase, attending member of
BUTTER, CHEESE AND BRED,
Best bread $1,00
Best 5 poundsbutter.. .......... 1,00
Best specimen of cheese........ 50
Be3t specimen honey.......... 1,00
Best It) lbs maple sugar........ 60
Best quart of maple syrup...... 50
Best 6 varieties of preserves.... 1,00
Best do pioklcs... 50
CommiVfe Alf Sheets, Jos Kinnineer
M A Wo Hose, Mrs Jas Alberson, Mrs
Jas Anderson, Milton Tp.
Tenth Department under oharge of
Benjamin Grosscup, attending member of
Best wagon harness... $2,00
Best carriage do.............. 8,00
Best single harness....... 2,00
Boat side saddle...... 2,00
Best gents saddle 2,00
Best oridle and martingale.... ..diploma
uesi traveling trunx ....... ...diploma
Committee John Van Nest, John Mil
ler, u unotn.
BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER.
Best pair of fino boots........ $2,00
iiest kip pools................ 100
Best com so boots.............. 1,00
Bost lady's walking shoes..... ... 50
Best upper leather............ .00
Best calf skin 1,00
Best harness toother.. ...... ..diploma
Committee J 0 Larwill, S G Bushnell,
T c '
Eleventh Department undor chartre
of llubt Murks, attending member of the
Best dressing buroau.. ...... $2,00
Best book case... 2,00
BeBt table., 1,00
Best sot parlor chairs.. ....... 1,00
Bost rooking chair.............. 50
Committee A Persons, Erastus Stem, J
Twelfth Department under charge of
ITenry Summers, attending member of the
For best 10 yeards flannel. ., .. $1,00
2nd best 10 yards flannel... 50
xfest iu yds wool carpet, home made 1,00
2nd best 10 yards wooll carpet 'do 50
Best 10 yards raj carpet do.... 1,00
2nd best 10 yards rag carpet do.. 50
ior best carpet coverlet . 1,UU
2nd beat carpet coverlet'........' ' 50
BeBt pound linen thread, home made 60
2nd best ponnd linen thread do... . 25
For best 10 yards linen cloth do. . ' 1,00
For best 10 yds fulled oloth do. . 1,00
Best pair whito woolen blankets do 1,00
2nd best pair do . do. . 50
ror best patch work quilt, do.. 1,UU
2nd best do ' do.. ; 50
For best knit coverlot ' do.. 60
For best pair woolen mittens do. , . 50
For best pair woolen stookingdo. 1 50
For best pair woolen socks do. , 50
For best pair cotton stockings do.. 50
For best pair linen stockings do., 50
For best white oounterpane do.T fi0
2nd best white counterpane do., CO
For best samplo woolen yarn do. . 25
For best linen table cloth do,, . 50
For best crochet shawl......... 50
2d best crochet shawl..... ... 25
For best crochet collar.......... 25
Fpr best s'lell spread knitwork.. 50
Committee Dr. L Androws, Mrs W
Beach, Mrs D A Feno, Mrs Samuel Max
heimer. ORNAMENTAL NEEDLE WORK.
(Exhibited by the maker.)
Best worked collar & undersleevea $1,00
2d best do do . 60
For the best bonnet... 1,00'
For the 2d best bounet.. ......... 50
For the best lamp mat.......... ' 50
Eor the 2d best lamp mat...... : 25
For the best laoe cap........... . 50
For the 2d best laoe oup.. ...... , 25
For the best erohhet mat...... 50
For the 2d best crochet mat.... 25
For best work basket.......... 50,
2d best work boske'.. .......... 25
For best embroidery on flannol.. 50
2d best embroidery on flannel.... 25
For best embroidery on muslin.. 50
2d best embroidery on muslin.... 25
For best em broidered ottoman cover 50
2d best embroidered do...... 25
For best patchwork ottoman cover 50
2d best patchwork do....... 25
For best pair braided slippers.... 51)
2d best pair braided slippers.... 25
For best crochet tidy.......... 50
2d best crochet tidy............ 25
For best net tidy.... ....... 50
2d best net tidy... 25
Best worked cushion and chair back 50
2d best do do 25
For best worked pocket handker-
2d best do do 25
For best toilet cushion 50
2d best toilet cushion . 25
For most complete needle-book.. 50
2d most complete do 25
Best pair embroidered slippers. ... 50
2d beBt pair do.......... 25
For best worked infant'B dress.... 50
2d best worked do . 25
Best speoimen work on sewing
machine ...... ....... 50
2J best du do 25
For best shirt made by hand.... 50
For best shirt made by machine. . 50
For beat specimen totting ..... 50
2d best speoimen totting........ 25
Best quilted skirt, borne made.. 1,00
2d best do do 50
Committee Mrs S Deem, Mrs R M
Campbell, Mrs J Stevens, Mrs J Crall,
Mrs F A Idoulton.
13th Department under ohargo of Wm
Larwill, attending member of Board,
Best snecimen horse shoeing, full
corked sett, on foot $2,00
2d best specimen horse shoeing do 1,00
For bost cook stove.... 2,00
For best parlor stove ....... 2,00
Committee Robt MoKean, Jaoob Hit
derbrand and Henry Roasor.
For best specimen oil painting.. $1,00
2d best spocimen oil painting.... 60
Best speoimen water oolor paiuting 1,00
2d best speoimeu do...... 50
Best case wax flowers.......... 1,00
2d best cane wax flowers........ 60
For best hair flowers.,..,,..,. 1,00
Best lithograph 1,00
For best steel engraving........ 1,00
For beat speeimon ponmansliip.. 1,00
For best speoimen ambrotypes.,.. 1,00
Fur best specimen photographs. . 1 ,00
Best speeimon wax lily.... . 1,00
Committee Mr MeCormiok, Mrs J W
Smith, Mrs T J Kenny, Mrs John Bis
ser and Mrs M B Parmcly.
Best pair dorkings... ......... 60
Best do Polanda 60
Best do black Spanish.......... 60
Best do turkeys 50
Best do geese 50
Best do ducks.. . 50
Committee J W Smith, Robt MoMur.
ray and A Mason.
For best varioties of dahlies.. $1,00
2d best variety ot dahlies .. 60
Greatest variety of dahlies...... 1,00
For beat variety of roses in bloom 1,00
Greatest variety of roses in bloom 1,00
For bost variety geramiuma.... 1,00
Next bost variety geraminms.... 60
Greatest variety geraminms...... 1,00
For best 25 dissimilar blooms.... 1,00
For best 12 dissimilar blooms.,.. 1,00
For best variety of verbenas...... 1,00
Nxt best variety vcrbeDM...,.
For beat variety German Astora.J 1,00
Next best variety do do. . ; 50
For best bouquets in vases...... oil
Next best pair do ... 25
For best floral ornaments... : 50
Next best. do.. ........ '25
For best variety chrysanthemums 1,00
Next best variety do...... 50
For greatest variety high, phloxes 1,00
Greatest variety low do.... , 50
Greatest variety pansys........ 1,00
Next greatest variety do........ . 60
for best lemon tree...... DU
Next bestjemon .tree.......... 25
For best orange tree. , 50
Next best orange tree... 25
Best display green bouse plants.. 1,00
next belt . do do.... oo
Greatest variety coronation pinks 1,00
Next greatest do 50
Committee G Philpot. Mrs S Glass,
Mis Wm Wasson, Mis M II Mansfield.
BOLES AND REGULATIONS.
Tho payment of $1,00 constitutes an
nual membership and all exhibitors are
required to pay that sum at or before tho
tho time their entries are made upon the
secretaries books and all entries must be
made at or before (be time tho artioles or
stock is plaoed within the eaolosure.
Entries may be made at any timo du.
ring the ten days next preceding tho fair,
and up to 10 o'olock A.M., of the second
day, at which timo all stock or other ar
ticles intended for exhibition must be
placed under the care and direction of the
proper officers of the sooieyr end oaro
should be taken that stock be entered in
the class to which they belong, 1 and : no
owner of stick or other property, will
t allowed .to interfere with the commit.
tee while they are making their exanl
On making the entry, cards will be
furnished bv the secretary noon wbioh
will be entered tho number und class as
upon the books : which are to be placed
upon the animal and artioles to be exhibit
ed. No stock or other article shall be re
moved from the ground prior to 12 o'dlock
of tho last day, uuiess by permission ot
Judges are requested to w.oit them
selves at tho business offioc as doo'n as 10
o'clock A. M. oo tho second day of the
Fair, and are expected to make written
reports cf their awards, giving reasons lor
their pralorenea to articles
Cunjimttse wiii ftttbbold awards cyan
where thcio is uu competition, unless ar
tiplcs are meritorious.
All members of Committees will be fur-
ni.l.ed with tick-la fieo of charge on TO-
parting themselves at Ike Secretary's of
fice. Other articles than these mentioned in
the foregoing premium list, may be en
tered as Miscellaneous artioles, and for
which u special committee will be appoint
ed and premiums awarded (if meritorious)
as In the judgment of the beard may be
right and proper, on the recommendation
of the committee. And no article oan be
entered in moro than one class, unless by
the payment of an additional lee ot $1,00.
All articles offered for premiums must
be owned by the person offering the same,
ano prouuets oi mo sou or manuiaoturea
articles must be produced or manufactur
ed in tbo county.
Feed will be furnished for all stock en
tries free of charge .
Singlo ticket of admission.. 10 cents
two hoiscs and wagon within the enclosed
ground, 25 cents ; single horse, 10 cents ;
one horse and buggy, 20 cents : tw
horses and buggy or carriage, 30 cents
but in no case will any borse cr horses
and carriage or wagon be allowed to accu
py the ring or the ground within the
same, unless by special permission of the
Superintendent ot the ring.
. D. A FENN, President,
The St. Louis Times says of Genoral
John-A. Ijogau, radical nominee for Uon
grcss In Illinois, and the most bitter Ja
eobin in tho State: "It is the samo Lo
gan who is said to ' have sworn that if
DouglaB made a speech at Springfield
committing the Democratio party to the
war, he would shoot lain npou tho stand.
It is the same Logan who would not
speak to Douglas afterward because be
did make tho speeoh, which was of course
equivalent to assassination. It is the same
John A. Ldgan. who declared he would
raise a regiment and join the Southern
Confederacy, It is the same John A.
Logan, with a commercial turn of mind,
who discovered that the South could not
properly rcnumerate h'm for the sacrifices
he proposed to make for them. It is the
some John A. Logan who onco was a
Democratio member of Congress, through
a mistake of the party. They intonded
to havo nominated a decent man, bnt
failed. If he ever gets back there, bis
constituents deserve no sympathy. They
know now wbioh John A. Logan he is. '
The New York Evening Fbtt, an able
and influential Republican journal, says
of tho Rcp'bliban party, that its dissolu
tion ia inevitable, because, ''having ac
customed itself to a dangerous centraliza
tion of power," it will not abandon the
habit, an the pocple will not tolerate ita
despotism, f Tboy hove suffered enough
from its intolerant spirit and profligato
eourso. lo perpetuate its power, in defi
ance of the wishes of a vast majority of
the people of the United States, its repre
sentatives in Congress deny the people of
the Southern St.tcs rspresentativcs and
vote so as to prevent a restoration of the
Union. Uho total Kyittcr. I
. Bates of AdwrtUln AfyMtwd,
Q&A square, one week;
Eaoh tubaequent insertion, le-alb,
inreo months, .. ,- , H
OnoJiqntre, three month!, chib"W'Ht' '
... jiyurt, , .!-, k..j.,n7ii,vu
one year, , . . . ,., -21,0
Business cards, ixliM ? loiiyo!;'1
. year, ii ?) t ,i , ,i ; 8(oo
Administrator ',Executoxs'd Gnat, n
d wn2' f,0"0"' it twj f ;. :
Probate Notioee; . .. , . J ,9
AllKdito-laljod Dooal NotioeapV'1.
. , line. i... .. . h w.il H
fta Adrertiaemenla Leid.dv ifiUaerted
under thehead of SpechlNpiioeend'Doub
le Column advortisemei ta, wiil(h.,iged
50peroout. ui addition to the bjTjs.f
Henry : Ward Beeches' u 'the
The Excontive Commitle'fiayiflg in
oharge the preparations fur jthq" Ration a
Convention of .Soldiers bud Sailors to be
held in Cleveland on Septembef,"I7l no
tified Rev. Henry Ward, '.BoechwLot his
appointmont as Chaplain , tri i the; .Conven
tion, in reply that gentlemao. lwiUfS as
foUtYWt's ' J -i "i - mi. ,wrlrtll
PbekskilL; Aug': 80, I$rl5.
Charles G. Halpine, Brovot Brig. jQjoor-
aijxi. w. biocum, Major mwu i
Gordon Granger, Major GeLQoni.
mittce. 1 ''.' " .
, : 1 ' ' - .H"i)r,iJI
Gentlemen : I am obliged Wib. for
tho invitation- which you hay miidV me,
to act as Chaplain to the Conventfoh of
Soldiers and Sailors about tb eorjWnh at
Cleveland. I cannot attend it,;-But I
heartily wish it and all other Conventions
whatsoever, suoeoss, whose objeef Is tho
restoration of all the States lata 'ia febel
lion to their Federal relations. 'M"
Our theory of Government has1 no kIma
for a State except in the UttioB:.,'"'It is
juBtly taken for granted that Mie--ekties
and responsibilities of a Stato in federal
relations tend to its political health;! and
to that of the whole nation. BveW Terri
tories are hastily brought iu. often before
tho prescribed cooditionB-nre fulfilled as
it it was dangerous to leave a oommTinitv
outsido the great body politio. ! 'u
uao. me loyal Senators and Represen
tatives of Tennessee been admitted at
once on tho assembling of Congress,'' and
in moderate saooession, Arkansas,' Geor
gia, Alabama, North Carolina and 'Vir
ginia, the public mbd of tbe South,
would have been far more healthy Whan
it is, and those States wbieV lingered oa
probation to the last would hive beeri un
der a more salutary influence to good con
duct then if a dozen armies watched evet'
them. , .Ii oi
Every month that we delay this health
ful step complicates the case. ' The! ex
cluded population, enough unsettled be-
tore, grow more irritable; the army be
comes indispensable to looal government,
and supersedes it; the Government at
Washington is oallcd to Interfere in ana
and another difficulty, and this will b
uuud uiupuy , ana BonieuiD.es wttn'great
injustice ior our uovernment, "wisely
adapted to its own proper funetioni. is
utterly devoid of habits, and' unequipped
with tbo instruments which fit nHtnl.
ized Govornment to exeroise authority in
lutuuio Diutua over looai attain. 1 JSVery
attempt to perform such duties ha rp-nlt.
ed in mistakes which have exoited 'the,
nation. But, whatever imprudence ftera
may be In the method, the real critimsm
should be against tbo requisition of snob
duties of the General Governments The
lederal Govorenment is nnfit to exetbiaa
minor police and local government,' -'and
win incviiaoiy blnndor when it attempts
; T . k.lr r . Tr
u uuu n score oi ciisies'ua
dor Federal authority, but without oa.
tional ties and responsibilities to oMigq
(he central authority to govern half the
territory of the Union by Federal officers,
and by the army, is a policy not only un.
oongenial to our idoaa and principles, bat
preeminently daogorous to the spirit of
our Government, However humane the
ends sought and the motives, it is, in fact,
a course of instruction, preparing our
Government to be despotio, and familiar
izing the poople lo a strech of authority
which can never bo otbel than dangerous,
to liberty. . :: --iiJ I'-' .
I am aware that good men aro withheld
from advocating the prompt and sncces
tive admission of the exiled States by the)
fear, chiefly of its effoct upon the parties,
and upon the freedmen.
It is said that, if admitted to Congress
tho Southern Senators and Representa
tives will coulcuce with Northern 'Demo,
erats, and rule the country. ' Is' this na-.
tion, then, to remain dismembered to servo
the ends of parties f -Have wo; learned
no wisdom by the history of the last ten
years, in wbioh just this course pf sacri
ficing the nation to the exingenciet of
parties plunged us into rebellion and war.
Even admit that the power would pass
into the bands of a party made ip of
Southern men, and the hitherto dishonor
ed and misled Dcuooracy of the North,
that power oould not be used just as they
pleased. Tho war has changed, not alone
institutions, but ideas, a he whole coun
try has advanced. Publip . sentiment,..!
exalted far. beyond what it baa been at
any former period. A new parly ,wond,
like a river, ' be obliged to seek out lit
channels in the already existing slope
and forms of the eontioenk '.: . '; , ''
We havo entered a new era of libera.
The style of thought is fieor an rt'no,
ble. The young men of oot times' itrsj
regenerated. The great fmy 'nai Wn
asoheol, and hundreds of th'ohsands'bf
men are gone to preaoh a truer and nobler
view of human right. All the Industral
interests of society are moving .with jn
oreaslug wisdom toward intelligence and
liberty. Everywhere, in churche. Jn lit
erature, in natural sciences, in physical
industries, in social questions, as wel) aa
in politics, tho nation feels that tha win
ter is over and a new spring bangs in the
horizon and works through all tha tie
moots. In thts hapily changed and ad
vanced condition of tilings! no party of the
retrograde can maintain Itself. -'Everything
marphes and parties must InirctL -
I bear, with wondor and ehatne and
seorn, the fear of a few that tha gootb
onee mora in adjustment with the Feder
al Government will rule this nation !-
Tha North is rich never so rioh j the
South is poor never before so before 19