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THE ASHLAND UNION
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andectke.heed of 8peellNotie,nd Donb- '
le Column advertisements, will boehaige'
XHE UNION, XT MUST AND SHALL HE PRESERVED.'
Mmi jr icBicmirnjri
One aopy, on year in eJoafioe f 2,00
If aot pld with within lx month!, 12,26
, If not paid till expiration of the year . 92,60
tTt"' pipor winbr discoatlnitd nntil
ill arrearages art paid, except it oar option.
ASHLAND, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21; 1867.
60 percent, ni addition to the above. ,
WM. O8B0RN, Common Pleee Judge.
1 1 DRAYTON, Cl'k Com. Pl'e Dlit.Cr'U
A L CUEII3, Proaeouting Attorney.
covjrrr OFFICERS. ;
111 CAMPBELL, Auditor . . ,
WILLIAM O HELTMAM, Ireaiurar.
LHKIPLINOER.Bheriff. , ' i
OEOKOK W.URIB, Reeorder.
JOHN KEENE, Sarrejror,
I8REAL MARKEL, Coroner,
WM. COW AH, )
JOHN VAN NEST, ' CommiiBion.rt.
IIBNRT WICK8. )
W.'O.OALLOWAy, : 1
WM. CRtlO. : ' 1 Inr'j Blr.olora.
MOSkS LAITA, ' J
KM ZUVER, AihUnd. , -R.
H. CAMPBELL ,
KLIVS PRADNFELTER, BaTannah. .
J. O. Jennings, Caih. , H. Lnthef, Preit.
FIRST JTATnOjrjtL BJIJTK
.OF, ASHLAND, "DBI0.
Hulbert Lather, I . H. Topping.
JaoobCiall, . J.O. Jenninga.
Jamea Purdy. I
Do exolneiteW a Unking buelneee boy and
Nil Saltern Exohange and Coin ; Disoount
mpon IndlTidnal awnritj. Bell Rewnne
ata'npe. ' ' " ' ,
t. P. Cowan, Pree't A. H. MraBa. Caeh'r.
Uaao Oatia, Teller, T. C. Bdihkux,
J. W. Smith, T. H. Baki,
I, I. Baoiiabdb, W. 8. Battlm.
BAKER, BATTLES & CO. BANKERS,
Dealer! la Gold, SlUer, Exohange U. 8.
Bonde, Cnourrent money. Revenue Stampi,
Ao. Dleoount approved paper, pay intereit
on time depotite, and do a General Banking
Kenh aide Main atreet, Aehland, Ohio, M.
Milter, Proprloiar. , flood aosomnvgdeiioDi
and reaeeaable bllli.
Wat. MoKully, Proprietor, Booth lide Main
atreet, Ashland, Ohio.
R. M. CAMPBELL,
AUorney at I aw, Aehland, O., will attend
promptly to all legal busineei entr.nted to
biieara. Bankrupt eaaei in U, 8. Court will
reeeire ipaelal aUentlon.
JOHN J. JACOBS,
AUorney at Law, Ashland, Ohio. All kind!
f business belonging to the profession
promptlr attended to. Offioe, opposite Pint
Vational Baak, up atalra. '
' T. Y. MoCRAY. v
Attorney at taw, Wait Balem, Wayne ooun
iy, Ohio, will attend promptly to all business
in hie profession.-, , . '
JOHN D. JONES,
Attorney at Law, Ashland. Pnrlloular at
tentlon paid to Colleotlng. and business In
Probate t ourt. Office on Church s root, be
tween Main and Sandusky.
WM. T. JOHNSTON,
Attorney at Law,' Ashland. Office the one
lately occupied by Osborn A Curtis, en
Churuh street, near Main, Also aoihoriied
by the Oorerflment to procure PensVon Cer
lifioates and colleot Bounty and baek pay.
MoCOMBS & CUUTI8,
Attorney! end CounNllori at Law, Ashland,
Ohio. Offioe in Bank building, orcr Bear's
liar a ware store, ,,
Attorney at Lav, Fire and Life Insuranoe
Agent, and Notary Publie. Fanioular atten
tion paid to eol leating. Probate business, par
tition oases, and exeoulion of deeds, mortga
ges end Contracts. Offioe in Miller'a Bloek,
eeoond story, Main street, Aehland, Ohio.
P. H.Clark, M. D. X. 8. Hunter, M-1
CLARK & HUNTER, .
Rare aaenolaaad themaaWea for the Draetloe
of Medioin. end Surgery la the Tillage of
Aanianoj. speaiai attention giran to - ine
treatment of Chronio oasea. Offioe oa Church
atreet, near alaln. .-
GEORGE W. HILL, M. D.,
Phreiolan ant Barreob. Aehland, Ohio.
Partloalar attention will be paid to the treat
sent ot the following apeoiel diseases! Dye.
pepeia, disease or lb urer, iflf eugneye,
iorofula and Epithelial Canesrs.
I. P. OOWAH, M. D. W. B. BATTLES, U. D.
DRS. COWAN & BATTLES '
Earing formed a Cp-partnershlp. will glre
prompt attention ta all aaeea in the preoiloe
dehlend, July I, lB87-2tf , s
A. fiCV. RIALVMY.
On and afteV Monday, April 29th, 1867,
Tralni wlllleaTeAatiiano eiioMowit . . -
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Way do " - - MS
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AooommodticaaiaiL, r:. 6;14 P.M.
TheM are la onlj Ttaini that wHl earry
tamtam. '!'-'" s
Soliloquy of a Radical, Ne. 4.
. Well, all T can do thi Negro Saffrage
wont go down without gagging. So . I
gneai 1 will bar to rote against the
amendment. Bat then there's the tioltet,
what (ball I do about that T . -
Oh, vei I I euppoee I must tote the
Let me see, to rote the ticket and re
ject the platform. ;: That looks like kiok.
ing Sambo and embreoiog Umab.it-It- i
ean't stomaoh Sambo, I do wonder if I
oan Dinah f . (. ,
I wonder what Sambo will think of bis
Radical friend 1 And Dinah. I ean't
do 4het, consistently. But let me see
why I want to rote the ticket. Do I
like Taxes T Well, I guess not much
better than I do Sambo. Now, these
Democrats have always been fault-finding
and suggesting remedies ; and I have al
ways retused to listen to l hem; but this
way of paying Twenty Millions a year to
the Banks for nothing stares me in the
faoe. Somehow or other they have got
hold of a very feasible story this time,
and whenever I see a Radieal it reminds
me of Bonds and Taxes, and when 1
meet a Democrat i n sute to call bim
Greenbacks. - ' -
I submitted this proposition to the
Grand Army last night, and all the satis
faction I got was that the Northern sym
pathizers bad said to and so about Ureen-
backs, and it really looks to me that if
something is not done, Greenbacks will
be about so and to sure enough.
Our Radioal fnendi over in Jersey the
other day said, "We have restored the
Union." JNow, ir tbat Is true, 1 suppose
Sheridan & Co will come home and that
will save a few millions. '
But the restored Union looks to ma a
good deal like a job old Tom did for me
onoe in mending my wagon. We broke
down a wheel ; but he assured me he
eould fix it. I told him at the time it
would be a nigger fix he would make ot
it. But be said na. I will "restore the
wagon," and drove off with the three
wheeled vehiole to the barn, as I sup
posed, to attach another wheel. In an
hour or so 1 heard Tom driving the team,
and came out to see the result of his in
nenuity, when, to my surprise, I found
instead of repairing tbe wheel be had
taken off the other wheel, and bad etrap-
ped the balance of the wagon on the lot
tied, and was dragging It off in the di
rection of tbe Held.
It looks a good deal lo me that our
Union bas been restored in about the
same style. I know I ought not to think
so, because it is Democratic and I am a
There comes the Assessor now. Old
Jennings. He used to drift team for
neighbor Brown at one dollar per day,
and was thankful for the job. But he
gets five dollars a day now, when at borne,
and six when he travels ; and, acoording
to his tell is liisiRk? money at that.
I wonder why the Govornment didn t
hire him at tbe old wares. See be has a
gold mounted cane and a superb pair of
apeotaoies or toe same material, and will
look me out ot nity fiojiarg m good deal
less than a minute.
Six dollars for himself, two dollars for
the Collector and leaving forty-two dol
Ian to divide between the banks and the
Military Commander.. This looks to me
a little like being a heathen in a land of
Bibles. But, then, I n a Radioal, and
if I make a fuss about these things they
will call me a eopperhead. If the GovJ
ernment goes on at its present rste of ex
penditure, I am satisfied all of us tax
payers will oorae to a bead ; but 1 guess
mere win not bo mnoo oopper about us.
As 1 came to town last (Saturday, in mv
plain bugsy, with my daughter, and was
reading about the eharge against Siokles
riding with his oosch and four, and bis
reply admitting the laot, bet boasting
tbat it didn't oost us anything, I eould
not help but think of tbe good old days
oi our rimers auu meir example.
bickles is wrong, lie s a Kadical, and
I suppois 1 ought to like bim ; but to
see him riding in such princely style io
too midst or a starving and oonquered
people, looks a good deal to me lilo he
borrowed bis principles from the historv
Ot irelern, Hungary or rolend.
His p eaent forms a striking oon treat
with bis past. But then I must not pur
sue my tefleotions further, or I will blun
der into Domooi-atio arguments.
These Democrats have succeeded in
hedging us into a very small enclosure :
ana l leei a gooa aeai like jumping out.
As all K-sdioais are Inside, if I sboald
jump out, I would be a Democrat, and I
oon i want to no mat,
Here eomes old Tem. Old Black Tom.
The old scape-eraoe is annoyioe? the life
out of me with his '-Brndder Jones,
what a de prospeo or de quality law r
'Aba old soamp attended the lladioal
meeting the other day, and when we in
vited a very old. gentleman Upon the
stand, not a word was said ) but when old
Tom mounted the stand without an invi
tation, tbe speaker stopped to eoogratu
late bim, and the audienoe cheered lusti
ly, whilst old Tom stood there with his
hat on, grinning, sorap'ng and bowing
and feeling as good as Dan Siokles did
when he reoeived his appointment
Commander of the Dittriot.
It grinds) bat then I'm a Radioal, and
1 suppose 1 moat gnu and bear it.
bave got the grin ; out for tha life of me
I can't see where I am to get the plnek
to bear it , -
' . The text of oar minister lut 8abbsth
naturally led bim to a -eonsideratioa of
this subject, and I was foroiWy struck
wltb tha similarity between b saimon
and Thomnson's ineeoh the time old Tom
thought "We am de Isralites and de Uni
ted States am Kanaan.
"The Preaohor'a and Thompson's con
clusions were about in this wise :
"If an ox hath horns let him hook."
"If a dog hath teeth let bim bite." ,
"If a thief bath legs let him run."
"If a Negro hath a soul let him vote 7"
I nave been a oonsistant member of
the oburoh for thrrty-elght ryeara and I
believe have tried to live a Christian, and
being determined not to be a Democrat,
when I reflect upon all tbe doings of .the
Radicals, forgetful of my Christian char
acter, sometimes I am constrained to
The Democraoy are in favor of the
rich men paying taxes according to their
wealth, so tbat all may aid to bear Guv
ernmont expenses according to their
wealth and ability to pay. The Radioal
party are in favor of exempting rich men
from taxation and imposing the burdens
of Government upon farmers, merchants,
meohaniot, laboring men, soldiers, and
those who are not fortunate enough to
own Government bonds t Reader, wbioh
party will you vote for? If you are tired
paying taxes for negro bureaus,, negro
registration offioers, and to benefit bond
holder, vote tbe Democratic tioket. If
you are in favor of paying taxes on yonr
terms, your merchandise, your stock,
pour business, and everything you own,
and in favor of negro suffrage, vote the
Radieal ticket for State and County offi
cers, and you and your ohildren will have
taxes to pay to your heart's content.
These are the issues; Equal taxation
and oppposition to Negro Suffrage on the
Demooratio side : No taxes for rich men
and in favor of negro suffrage on the oth
er. Which will you choose I Ohio
Gam It Up.
SamboI say, you White Radical.
am you gwioe to vote for de 'mendmentr
Radical Well, no, I guess not.
Sambo You don't know noffin. When
Ion cit to de sweet ob it you quits eatin.'
s'pose you turned Democrat J
Badioal No, Sambo, I'm going against
the Amendment ; but I will vote for the
Sambo Look-a-heab, do vou like
dioal You black rascal, you offered
me a piece of dog the other day, and you
know I won't eat dog f
Bam bo Didn 1 1 gub you somfen elsor
Radical Well, yes, yon gave me a
pieoe of Bologna.
Sambo Was qat good r
Radical Well, yes, that was very
Bambo Dar, now. I knowed you
liked dog. I made dat Bologna out ob
dat same old dog.
Kadical Well. tben. I reokou I like
Sambo Den why de debil don't you
say so, Jjt tioket am de Bologna, and
dat mendment am de dog, and why de
debil you playin' off on us niggers list
ease dem big white fellers are lookio' at
you. xou don t know noffio . If you
don t est de dog we 11 make bim up in
Bologna ebery time. Mine dat. Ohio
The Radioals, like detected law break
ers, are abandoning the organisation and
eaoh one endeavoring to take oare of
There appears to be no one willing to
bear tba burthen of responsibility tbat is
just now being felt by the leaders of that
party. Horace Ureeley la engaged in
washing his bands, and many other oow
ardly croakers, are fleeing from the wrath
Since the disclosure of Mrs. 8urratt's
innooenee, tnotie wbo instigated and en
eooraged hei murder are endeavoring to
shift the responsibilty. Tha Philadel
phia I rtn, in paving tbe way lor an es
cape, makes use of this very suggestive
language . .
"In ahort, a prisoner before a Frenoh
criminal court baa as little chsnoe of ao
quittal as an aocused soldier or sailor be
fore a court martial, and military and na
val men know how very small that ehanoe
Thii ii deoidedly cool for one of the
leading advocate! of tbat infamous meas
ure. One by one confess their crimes
What a volume their confessions will
make in the end. Ohio Statement. .
foT A Kentuoky paper is unfeeling
enough trr publish tbe following grim
"goak" -on the dwellers by tba banks of
the Big Muddy :
"Why do not the Louisianans prevent
tbe Mississippi lrom ovcrBowipg , toe
banks 7 ' Becauao, dam it, they can'B
Job Tennyson, by way of getting even
with Kentucky, retorts as follows : ;f
"Why don't tbe natives of Ksntuoky
blow op tba Mammoth fare with gun
powder 7 Bcoause, blast it, they won't."
. W A friend of Forney says tbat he
g.-ew like a rough oak among storms and
whirlwinds. Prentioe ssyi t
. "Never najnd, Forney, you will proba
bly be a hot house plant ia tie aeil
Marriage) and Lang Life.
We call the partiooral attention of
bachelors to the followingr!st)ing facts
from Hall's Journal of JtaaUh :
Baohelora die earlier than other men. ,
This is eonfirmed by Dr. Stark, uf tbe
Register's offioe in Scotland, who finds
that the average ago of married men over
twenty years is over Sty-nine years,
while the unmarried avUa only forty ;
tbat is, marriage adds nearly one-third to
the length of life, as a general, rule, be
cause 1st. Baohelors are always in a state
of unrest ; they feel unsettled.
2nd. If indoors after tupper, there is a
sense of solitariness, induoiug sadness, if
not aotqal melancholy, with all their de
pressing influences; and many, many
hours in the course of the year are spent
in gloomy inaetivity, vhich is averse to a
good digestion and a vigorous and health-
lut circulation. ' '
8d. His own ohsmbir or boose being
so uninviting, tbe baohtlor Is inolined to
seek diversion outside, in suppers with
mends,in dubs, which are introdaotories
to intemperance and licentiousness, or to
those more blushing associations which,
under cover of darkness, lead to speedy
ruin of health and morals ; when these
ere gone, the way downward to an un
timely grave is rapid and certain.
On the other hand, mirriage length
ens a man's life.
1st. By its making home inviting.
2d. By the softening influences which
it has npon the character and affections.
8d. By the cultivation of all the bet
ter feeling of our nature, and in that
proportion saving from vice and crime..
4th. There ean be no healthful devel
opment of the physical funotiens of our
nature without marriage it is necessary
to the perfeot man ; for Divinity bas an
nounced that it was "not good for man to
5th. Marriage gives a laudable and
happifying object in life; the provision
for wife and children, their present com
fort, and future welfare, the enjoyment
in witnessing their happiness, and tbe
daily and bourly participations in affec
tionate interchange of thought and senti
ment and sympathy these are the eon-
lighten the burdens of life, thns strewing
flowers and easting- sunshine all along its
Faofi About IVewapapen.
How msny professional and political
reputations and fortunes have been mado
and sustained by the friendly, though
unrequited, pen of tbe editerT now
embryo towns and cities have been brought
into notios and puffed into prosperity by
tbe press 1 How many railroads, now in
successful operation, would bave founder
ed but for the "liver" that moves the
world 7 In short, what branch of in
dustry and activity bas not been promo
ted, stimulated and defended by the
press 7 And wbo has tendered it more
than a miserable pittanoa for its service 7
The baiaars of fashion and the haunts
of dissipation are thronged with an eager
crowd, tearing papers in their palms, and
and the commodities thus vended are
sold at enormous profits, though intrinsi
sally worthless, and paid Tor with puno
tuality, while the counting room of the
newspaper is tbe seat of Jewing, oheap-
ening trade, orders ana pennies, it is
made a point of honor to liquidate a grog
bill, but not of dijonor to repudiate a
Look Here, GIrIa,
My protty little dears, you are do more
ni ior matrimony man a puuot is to loot
after a lamily ot fourteen ehiokens. The
truth is, my dear girls, you want, gener
ally speaking, mora liberty and less fash
ionable restraint ; more kitchen and leaa
parlor J more exeroise and loss sofa ; more
waging puuuiuge wuh ioh piauu , mure
frank ness and less modesty. 1 like I
baxom, bright-eyed, rosy-cheeked, boon
eing lass who can darn stockings, make
her own frocks, command a regiment of
pots, and shoot wild duoks as well as tha
Duchess of Marlboro' or thj Queen of
Spain and be a lady withal in tbe draw
ing room. But as tor piping, moping,
erewed up, wasp-waisted, pulty-faoed,
musio murdered, novel-devouring daugh-
cooaumption-toisd snoes, and silk stook-
ings, you won t do for wires and mothers,
The Laai Radical Joke.
Tba committee on Resolutions of tho
New Jersey Badioal Convention, io its
address, detlared ; . , '
"We bsve a restored Union.";
Well, yes, it look like it, doesn't it 7
If the Union is restored,, what are you
doing with a new Reconstruction aot 7
A Union of 8tstei and Military Dis
tricts. Austria and Hungary, Russia
and Polsnd, England and Ireland. Offi
eea for the Radicals, Suffrage for the Ne
gra, aad disfranchisement for everybody
that refuses to vot the Radieal ticket
"A live man locked up In a sepulchre."
A wired skeleton with Radieal wire
, or THE
, ASHLAND COUNTY
independent Agricultural Sooiety,
(Incorporated A. D. 1866 ) I
- TO BE HELD . '. . ,
Thursday. Uotober the 14th,
15th, 16tiand 17th, '67, .
COMPETITION-OPEN TO ALL ! !
Best bull 3 years and over $5,00
Seoond best......... ....... . 4,00
Third best,.. 3,00
Best bull 2 yrs and under 8 4,00
Second best 3,00
Best yearling bull .............. 2,00
Second best, ... .... ...... 1,00
Best bull under on 1 year........ 1,00
Best oow 4 yaors and oyer........ 4,00
Second best .... ... '2,00
Best oow 3 yrs........... . 3,00
Seoond best ............... 1,00
Best heifer 2 yrs.;'. 3,00
Seoond best. ... ... 2,00
Best yearling heifer............ 2,00
Second best ........ 1,50
Beat heifer under 1 year........ 1,00
Committee John Glenn, James Chap
man, and Ephraim Slocum.
Best pair working oxen 8 yrs and
Seoond beat ...... ...... 2,00
Best fat steer or cow............ 8,00
Second best ....... . .2,00
Committee Luther Potter. Archibald
Gillis and John Grabill.
BortetM "Work. '
Best Stallion over 4 yrs 5,00
Seoond best 4,00
Best stallion 3 yrs old... 4,00
Second best .... . 8,00
Beit stallion 2 yrs old... 3,00
Seoond best .... ..... 2,00
Best yearling stallion. ........... 2,00
Best mare or gelding over 4 yrs. . 4,00
Second best 8,00
B, r ejMing & yoTe-vt4.tf ft00
Seoond bent, ......... 2,00
Best marrtr gelding 2 yrs old 2,00
8ooond best,.... ... 1,00
Best brood mare and sucklino colt. 5,00
Second best....... ............. 8,00
Best 3 oolts from same horse diplo
ma and.... 3,00
Committee Thomas Smith. W.Glenn.
and Wm Humphrey.
Saddle, Buggy and Matched Jloriei.
Best saddle horse or mare... .... 8 00
do buggy horse or mare........ 8,00
do pair of matched horses...... 5,00
Second best,... 8.00
Committee D U Gray, H Ruth,
and Wm Davis, Mohican.
Thorough bred Hortc$.
Best thorough bred stallion...... 5,00
Seoond beet . . 4,00
Beat thorough bred mare........ 4,00
Socondbest .... S,00
Committee Dr John Cowan, Dr. D S
Sampsel and Wall Purdy.
Best trotter,... ......50,00
Seoond best . 20,00
Mile heats, best two in three, to har
ness. An additional entranoe fee of 96,00, 5
to mako a field and 3 to go.
Or ten Trot Hortet that never went for
money before thiefall"
Boat trotter : .. 1 10,00
Second best . ..... 5,00
Additional entrance fee of 83,00 and
8 to make a field.
Best trotter 8 years old 8,00
Additional entranoe fee of $1,50, and
3, to make a field.
. . JACKS 4 MULES.
Boat jaok 3 years and over...... (4,00
do jenny 3 yrs snd over........ 8,00
do pair of mules 2 yrs and over, 3,00
do single do 8 do do do 2,00
do mule under 3 years........ 1,50
do 3 mule oolts Iroiu same jack,
Sheep Spaniih, French, and Saxont.
Best buck 2 yrs and over,
Seoond best . .... . . .
Beat buck under 2 yrs..........
Second bfst .,
Best buck lamb..... ....
Second best... . .
Best pen of 4 ewei 2 yrs and over
Second best... .
Best pen of 4 yearling ewus....
Second best........... ....
Best 4 ewe lambs..............
Best 4 lambs from same buck, re
gardless of sex............
Best fleece of wool............
Committee Dr 3 Glass, Joseph Roe
Richland County, and R M Slonakor, .
' ' SHEEP Long Wool - ..r
Best buck 2 yrs and over.I......
Best buck lamb,.. ...........
do 4 ewns....
. do 4 ewe lambs
uu IB nuocp. ......... ...... ,vv
Committee Dan'l Pocock, Jacob Reed
and MV Eddy.. -
. . SWINE. '
do fkt sheep
Bast boar 2 yean aad over.....; ' 8,00
Seoond beet....... , 2,00
Best boar I year old'.:.i.i.-..j 2,00
do - do pig not less than 3 uio's 1,00
do litter not less than .5 oiics..- 8,00
8eoond, best. ................. 2.00
Best sow.. ..y..r.J.-..-' . 2,00
Committee John Stover, Wni Mo
quillin 'snd Bonj Staman. ; " , .
; ; : . POULTRY.; ,
Best pair of china fowls"..;..!..! 5 1,00
do do poland do...., .... 1,00
Geese.... .... ..
Best and largest exhibition of poul
try owned by one exhibitor..
Largest exhibiiion of birds, not
. lets than 4 varieties...
Committee James Jarvis, Wm Tcny,
and Fred Fox. '
FLOUR & GRAIN. "
Best barrel of flour......
Best i bu white wheat.,
do I bu red wheat......
do i bu spring wheat..
do i bu buckwheat....
do. J bu seed corn......
do i bu. oats ...
do i ba barley........
do i bu rye........ ..
do t bu timothy seed....
do J bu olover teed....
Committee Adam Ba'in, John Hiser,
anu ivm n,wing. , , , ; .
Butter, Cheete and Bread..
Best butter not less than 5 lbs..,. 1,00
do Cheese do ' .... 1,00
do Maple sugar not less than 10 lbs 1,00
Best sample sugar made from do
mestic cane . ...
do' do molasses do do ....
do do maple molasses ....
do box of honey......
Second best ......... ........
Best loaf domcatio bread........
do do baker's do ........
do sample dried beef ..........
do collection preserves ...
do pickled cucumbers..........
do variety of piokles ..........
- ia. ayplfi btt jMt. Left thua "V .
gallon .... ... .....
do peach do do gallon....
do tomato do do J do ....
do do catsup.....'.........
Committee Mrs Ueq Buohanan, Mrs
Wm Uoolittle, and Jebn Daugherty,
Best variety & quality apples.... 1,50
8econd best .................. 1,C0
Uest U winter varieties, not loss than
6 of each variety ..,.1,00
Best 6 varieties of eating apples.. 1,00
do display of peaches........ 1,00
do 3 varieties ot pears not less
than 5 ot each variety...... 1,00
Best show of plums... .... 1,00
do do quinces. ............. ,60
do display of grapes.......... 1,00
Best bottle domestto grape wine.. ,50
do do currant wine.......... ,50
do 3 water melons............ ,50
do 3 musk do . ....... ,50
oi peck dried apples.......... ,50
do i do pears... .......... ,50
Committeo R P Fulkerson, Dr E
Armstrong and L Uhesrown, Mohican..
Best 2 cabbage heads.........
do display of celery...........
do 10 turnips............ .
do 5 table beets............
do 8 varitics of squashes....
do 1 do do do .......
do 3 pumpkins..
do J peok tomatoes...........
do i do onions.............
do 1 bu potiitoes....
do i bu sweet potatoes.......
do i bu white beans.........
do and greatest varietty of vege
tables raised by exhibitor.... 2,00
Committee Andrew Rolcdter, 8 G
Bushocll, and John Miller, Vermillion.
Domett ic Manufacture.
Bests yds woolon cloth.. ...... fc.OO
Seoond best ....... ... . 1,00
Best 5 yds flannel........ . 1,00
Seoond best.......... ..... ,60
Best 10 yds domestic carpot...... 1,00
8econd best .................. ,60
Best piece flax linen..-.. 1,00
do. do towel do ,50
do pair woolen blankets.. j... 1,00
do do do Stockings...;. ,60
do do do 1 Diittona.-.i .. ',60
Committee 0 C Conlter, Lev! Kip
linger, and Wm Huff, Mohioan. "'
- ORNAMENTAL WORK. : v
Best agricultural wreath...'.....''
do hair - - do , ........
do ornamental noodle werk....
do embroidering.... 1... ....
do ottoman cover............
do lamp mat.............i.. ;
do table cover . ...
do worsted work...... ...... .
do eroohot work.... ...J ....
do ornamental shoe wcrk......
do ' do " guilt ...... '
Seoond best.... ......... .....
do silk bonnet.
do patched qnilt....
Best plain sewing...........
do worked handkerohief......
do do collar.... ....
Committee Mrs Dr E V Kendij, Mrs
T J Kenny and Mrs U o Newkirk.' "
'"' Flowert and JJovnt Planttn
Best display of dahlies
do ' do do flowers .... 1,00
do . k-do do artificial fruit-ii.!'1 "60
do . do do boqaets.-.-. V 60
do , do : house plants 1,00
do single house plant..!'. i. a v CO
' . FARM IMPLEMENT v : 'f
Best sled... .... ...... w.; 1,00 1
do farm wagon..'.. ........4 a .
eorn cultivator ... ...
1. " '
do tannins mill.
do corn stalk and straw culler..;
do do eorn and cob grinder....
do clover butler............. i
do reaping and mowing machine
do sugarcane mill............
do plow ...
do grain drill .' ........
do horse rike..... ...........
do churn ........ .....
do bee hive . '-
do washing machine ..... j
do dozen brooms -.. ..1...-.
do display of copper work..:,
do portable cider -mill......:.
' 50 '
do bay pitchipg machine.;. .
do hand coru planter ......
Committee Robert Glenn, Geo Eigu.
inger and Daniel Smith.
Mechanical Art itt Clati. ' ' ' .
Best double seated open or covered .
buggy.... ........ .3,0d.v
Best single seated open or covered ,.
buggy I...... d.Oo"
Best carriage harness........... 2,00 t j ,
do bridle . . a.. 2,00 .....
do wagon harness............ 1,00.
do saddle.. l,0tf
Committee Wm Nelson, John Van)
nest, and Geo Myers, Perry. . c j.i
Mechanical Arts, (Sou 2. 3 ,
Best bureau ., 2,0d,
do table.................... 1,00
do set of ebalrs........ 1,00 "
do sofa w.j 2,00 .v'
do bedstead ', -
do pump 1,J0 . .
do sigh painting... ......... ,50
do graining. .............. ,50 -'
Committee Enoch Van Imon, H Al- '
liman and Hiram Sweet
Mechanical Work Clou i.
Best cooking stove. ............. 1,00
do parlor do . ... 1,00
. -aw Olaplay Voots a DbutMft...... a.ae) t.-
do drain tile 1,00
do earthen ware 11 1,00
do stove ware .... 1,00
do display of leather........ 2,00
do do tin ware . ; 1,00
do horse shoe and nails 1,00
do book binding ,50
do specimen of dentistry........ ,50
do sample of mnrkle work...... ,60
. do display of musical instruments 6,00
do olothea- wringer.. ...i.-. ,60
do specimen of casting. .....j.- ,60
Committee AT, M.'Crowner, Hiram!
(Iaroon and Abner Hissam. f
BULES AND EEGULATI0NS.
1. Any person paying $1,00 may enter
as many articlea or animals for exhibition)
as he or she may own, except horses for' .
trotting or racking, for which in addU ,
tional entrance fee Is provided tha1
rales for tbat Class. . .-
2. All artioles or animals offered for1
premiums must be owned by the person!
offering tbe same, or by member! of their'
families ; and products of tba toil mask
be produced during tbe year past.
3. Ihe entry books will be opened by
tbe Seoretaiy 10 days before the Fair,
and remain open until 12 o'olock.H. on
the Second day of the Fair.
4- Eaoh exhibitor will be furnished
with an exhibition ticket, for sell and
members of his or her family, under 21
years of age, daring the Fair.
9. An entranoe gale will be lei apart
especially for exhibitors; at which alone
tiokets will bs xeo lived. , . :
6. Single tickets of admittance, 19
cents; two horses and wagon within tha
enclosure, 25 eenti; single horse and bug- '
gy 25 cents ; two horses and carriage, 80 -oents.
. ; .j, -
7. Members of Committees interested ,
in any article on exhibition in the 0114,
for wbioh they are appointed, will not be'
permitted to aot" . .-,-.'-
8 Articles or animals not deemed' wor
thy should not receive 1 premium. ; ,
9 No articles Or animals can be enter.'
ed in more than one class without ad ad
ditional entrance fee 6f f 1 ,00. ; '
; 10, Discretionary premiums Can Dare' :
commended by the Committees, d only ..,
twarded by tbe Board of Manager. .
: 11, Exhibitors of stook will be fan!. ' '
ished with hay and StfaW without ebatg.
13. Artioles and animals oh tlhibltlorl -cannot
be removed from tha ground until ,.
tbe olosa of the Fair, without permiasio) ,
from the Board of Manager.
ALEX. NEL80N, PreV '
Wm. 0. Poet Bit, 8e'y.
A. Henry Davis, a negfw WStohman
employed in' a bakery. In St. Louis, eor. '
ncr ot Ninth and Walnut streets, induoed)
two little gtrts, one eight and tha other -'
nine years, old, to visit hit room oa SaU ;
nrday night, and there ravished them.
The brute was arrested. Com WematV '
"Brute," do you say 7 . It b not aJ
"man and a brother 71' . i .!
ta. Butler is to follow Wilson Soutn,
In order to eorroot, a -he aays, "tha .,
ions misapprehensions of. th . peopl . ,
concerning them." Jfortkern paper. .
W don't ear a fl for ha neve; ell ;
wa win is ear ipw-AtNty (-ir) '
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