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VOLUME IX. NO. XXXIX.
ASHTABULA,
Iiac3.orerLcioiit -in ali gnings.
0. ' SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMUER 25,' 1S58.
31 DO
IL-JSJ' ADVi Ncia:
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
SMetlT In 1w. 1 W-t th md of x montl., 1 7fr-
, Ui r Ui yw, v
ADVERTISING.
Two iKitturwi fhrr mrn. $3
two ifiiitn irix mot, A
ntmr ttlf mon, t 60
IN foliar nit niiHI. 4 (HI
fM swumr Ann rmixr ft 00
nn ffipiitr one nr B
fmir mmriMi one ymr I.
tniii column ont yar 2ft
9
Tw,lr Hrv r lwi of tlits (titer nuk a tiar ,
Oblt;iry Notlrnw of tr-nrv llinn fir Ilnm, tinlpw of p-otiern.
tnWrvtt, will b .n-MsrtH. at tit nam rt mi adverting mat'ei
JOB PRINTING.
r vry dtcrij4ion attsjndiMi to on trail, in the moul Uitof'il
manner.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
KAN K A
oj-ritE iiorns
'From 9 A. M. to 12 H. and From 1 to 3 t. If.
Ptrhiing. on Kew York half
Physicians.
FARRINGT0X k HALL. rhysieinns anil
Surgeon. Ofhce at tbo old aland of Or r'.i riti;rt'u.
. H. ARKI.lTI, M. P.J U. I, U.I..
Aaht.lHila, Jm. 1, lKutt.
OPRENSsTlIiJaa
onunty, U;
Attorneys.
IIALL, KELLOGG.; WADE, Attorneys at
- Jwlfcwoo, Anlitihila Count, Oltr. I.-tteitlwr ntlen-
tivn pAkU to I'taiikin, Uountj-'Uiml, tr,. PntMit Application.
ALllKItT 8. Mai.i
I'rrnMciitfnj Attorney.
ARfKit Kkli.ooo,
fTllEKMAN A -FARMKH, Attorm-vs nl
(iHMrlHm at Ur, AiliUbtila. Ohio. 410
CHARLES BOOTir Attorney and Conn.
elnr I. AwhtwtwtU, Mtto. t 4M
W. II. CHAPMAM, Attoniuy at Law
s Jut lea of the IVar, Cnninilinner of Dbp'M fr Mlcliinn
and Iowa. Hllca thrre doort rnt of the TrtMumit lluufe.
Connant, f.
C IT A. F F EK. A VVOOlTTCUYilwrnrvH.
Jrltttnan. A.titaluiU ewiuty, Ohio. lilt
W. L. VdAMt, t. B. Wooiiii-t. .
Hotels.
iPTSC IIOUSIC, Ah1uuIuU, OMo K. L,
Nt,aaoK, Proprietor. An Omnlbu running: to and from
rr of un. A 1m, a jroml HvtrT-tail kf,t In rnn
" awtla wlUt Uiia hvuM, to eunvry (i&Miri lo m.uj Uucirfd
point. - : 4)'i
t AMKUIC AN. 1I0USK Jbo . Thompson-
Jffron, Oltio.
AS 1 1 TABULA HOUSE, UoburrcTwurm".
Inptoa, A'htatmla, O.
. . ,
Merchants.
, 8. BRXHAM, Jr., Dt-altrin Dry OochIm, Crorci
rls Crockery and (tiawt Wara, ami nil thnne urilrli-ii inmally
firund In a rnipl-te and well nuj lit-fl ccuuiry Slnirf, Ni w
MiiilWlnf, aecond door aouth of tLa )rik liou .UhtubuU,
Ohio. 4,.'.
KDWARl) H. ROBERTS, IHmiUt in Fancy
and tfUpl Pry (Iond, I-ifH.-n' Ctonkfi, Kum, Skirt, Cor. -fx,
rhoioe Uroctriei, Shelf llardwate, ctockcrv, &c, Fick'a
Block, AshUhiila, O. 41U
TYLER & COLLINS, Dculcm in Dry CtumK
Urorevlra, Crockery, Hoot and ShoCM, Ilnl rnjm, JLc., &.c,
Urxt door South of AshUlmla Uoue, Aihtabul, O. . 10
j. pKOBEIlTSONDeHliT Uoo.1.
ffi-oeeriei, flardwre, Crockery, l'rnvfi(ni:( Hoots and
Mioeft, and overy oilier cUm of (Jooda uaimlly locked fur
In a Kirnt Class Couutry Store. CourUfiy ai d fair dt'nlhitf
are the Inducement ittfcred lVf a ahare of pubUr favor.
MaId iitrwt, AnhUoula OhW.
BOOT & M0RRIS0X. DealerTin Dry Ooo.ls,
Oroevrlea, Dovta and Shorn, ilatn and Vn IlmIwai-c,
'-CrucLrry, liwtk, Taluta, UUk, Acl vnl ittice Kuhdirp,
Ashtabula 4i9
CkOUOK WILL A RD, Doalcr in Dry Goods,
- ttritc.H. HaU, Hoot, .nd HUorw, Crockt'17, (,'Iiimi-
War, ut.nuf.teuirr uf rtulr-iuad Clotliiojr. AUo, irholr
tel. .fid rptntl drHlur iu 1 liirdwarr, S.ditli-, N'HlIa.lnm.StOfl,
Urui. and Mrd.cint.. l'uiiu., CliU, Liiitud&. Mniii
; llit, AjUhiiU. 419
j. O, WIUU11T. Dealer ill IjiTliiwry Ootids
IV rk.d Collat and 1 1.ut and Kaovj' (juods, 'v&t doT
to til. Po.1 QIMif. An
SULLIVAN7 & HYATT. No. 5 Piatt utreet,
N. Vork Citjr, Klicit atteutiun to 11k li .tuck of .American
Itardwaie.
WELLS aTfAULICN E It. V liolusula nnd
llrtail Deul.ni in Wt.rn IU.vn'. Mutter and t'Liecai.,
' lirUd Fruit and Flour, Anlitaliatita, (Hiio. Order, rva'ct
fuilr aolirited, and lilli'd at tli. l.owe.t ciwheoaU 419
i JMtKNTK'K SMTTH, Genentl t.Voi-prs und
flnlri ia rr.vi.luna, Trvducv, aud Ml fulth, laiu Ktir.-t,
Aalttabula, Olilo. 4IU
Dentistry.
f3. It. BECKNvlf lirSieTtTuTiTyietliniiitMil
l.nll.t. Colbrook. Olilo ;U7
). T. McCUXE. Demist. Offieo and Host-
dene, on M.ln .trect, Aahlauula, O. 41J
Watches, Jewelry, etc.
O. A. AMSDEX. Jeweler. Ri-puitiiior or nil
kind, of Watch... Chu'k., auU Jewell. fcUuu, opiHMlt. tlie
i'lak IUum. AalilabuUj, O. 418
A. W. STEELE. Wateli Htid (.'lock M.ikcr, ond
JMlr w Jewelry. HUrer, and l'Uted Ware. 4c. Xlcclianic.'
Kvw, A.hUbi.la.
Clothing.
BTtlOHAM & CO., Wliolesnlo and retail
Pealcn In Rondy Mail. Clotlting, Furul."bing Uooda, IlaU,
Cap Ac AahUbula. t . 4i
J. A.TALOOTTrDealorin Ready-Made Clolli-
ln, llata, C.na, and 1 urnlililn. Good., of all kind.. O,o
' tl tk. Furiuer.' bank, Aahtabula.
Agents.
II. PARSKTT. Apjnt for tlin Pun lmse. Sule, a
llentiuf of fte.l Eatate, lnfuira ee, N'f KOtintiii(r lAwna, Cid
'Jleetteu of lVbta. Ac l'roperty lold for tniiuiton only,
.od IV aal. no cbarjre. A wle, dinet or InolrfK-t, eouati.
iiute. cimmiion. Corner Main aud t'ontor .treetj, A&hta.
.koia. ol io. ' AIMy Kotwry Public. 4lil
C. C. DIBBLE, General Collector, ond Lonn,
and Beat K.tate Agent. Eaat Aabtabula. Ohio.
ALKXANDEIt GARPwE'lT, I-and A cent Xo.
(0 Watar ..trect, Cleveland, O. Und for .ate In Iowa, 1 1 II
aoU), WUcouM, aud MUiucaota, at $2 60 per aero, aud np-
' ward.. , 869
' 1
Manufacturers.
A0E0RGE C, MeJUBAltD, jUanufacturfr of
. Tin, Hbeialmo nd Coppee tt'ai .nd li .ler in Eaeteru
' .CookliiB, T sartor. 14o and Helf Kerulatln((, aiieet-iron elove..
Iro. Iiinipp cb.in wuiupa, lead pi, aheei irou, alieet lead,
- .hoet sitie, abeet oopiMir, .beet bra., tiu plalo porcelain ket-
fiie aiury aeiiiea, baaterti plow, cuillvuior. .lia uiomi oiu
' jrf -kind, of Uniilnit uleiuita. Alao, Mil. Atent Cyr lb. wile
litowait'. Clvbrated Air Yiirht liumnior and t inter CiXik
tn. eitove. for (lie i:,i.inlr of AahUhula. Alitlaila. Ohio. 4
It. TOWEK & SUN, Muel.inioWbuiLler.
. HUtinnary aud Purtublo Mtuun Euutne.. ti.w, and other
Hill Work, aud JobbinK aud lleiuiiiiuir dun. to order, on
.L..r ,liM .,,A In . ,.rl....nA.ltL. ... ... , I. i
" " 1 BVVHl ;IHI .1
4io
Q. C. CULLKY, Maiiufucturerof Lath, Hiding
CheeM ItoKoa, Ae Hlantog and Matching and Kcrowl
Hawing don. oo Ui. .liortMl on tic bliop Ouutb .id. ol tli.
MeOiudiat Chyireb, Aahlobula, Ohio. 440
A. 8. ABBOTT, Lumber Drestuir, and Mauu-
, freturar of and Dealer in Hbinitlea, Lath, Feuco Ktutf, Ao. A..
, ' j'laiihiir, aud 'ixiilar Sawing dou. to oidor. ALau aliout,
owhr leoar'. Mmoiiio botr. AniiUbula. 41b
J, B CROSBY, Iron Founder, and maim-
future, aud llealar la flow.. Flow CaatiiiKa, Mill Ca
inil, fce. kloat deMriuUou. of l ouudiy W orkduu to order
AAbiab., Ohio.
f. W. ftMrni-eMmiufacturer or Sole. Up
f" " Haraoa. Loatbor, and IMm lo Knock Calf, and
. l.tniu( Skills jl u jja f,,r iaUM ,na Skin. 419
Musical.
GEORGE HALIa, Dealer it Piano Fortes, and
, Midedoouis Piano rJtooln, :ovra, liutructlo. B(ok .to.
leMH cocuer Mhta aud t initio Htita, rua. ul U. Faoaoti'4
Olrico, Aahtabuia. rSe. adiei tiarmeiila. 41,
J. K. CHAPMAN, Dealer in Muaieul Merchan-
dlac, Uooka, l in. Bteilonery, lovf, and V aner A rtloleiL
hia llaaaar aud Curioaity .tor., ad duur Kiulil of tb lluuk.
lUlu .trect, Aahutbula.
41
Furniture.
lioaJ.r. la Furniture of 'lie b,-l deMttlptiuoa, and .very va
rusty. Ali gi-neral l?odertk.i and uoiiuAclui.r t4 Ciif
Suato wder. Ataio .treet, urUl ul tuutll tubl bU.re.
AAliUtaila. . 410
LINUS SAVAGE, Furniture Dealer and Man-
ofitoturer, te.i ealHbll.buient. North Mala .treat, rwar Ui.
inc. ol nr.. f alrlugiou a llalL AeliUAOUla, u.
41,
Eul necrliiff 4c l aud Sarve;in.
J. B. HOLBROO.a-Practical Surveyor.
. tAAt Aalitabcila, OWq , ...
Boots and Shoes.
1). rilTLl.irS. )!oot nnd Klioe Storo, Fik
lJlock,Slcnor tli Pin Boot, yBlitai.ul, O. , 41V
Miscellaneous.
PO
hi
(Hi
TO
SrKXCKIltAN WRITING, A new
ulicct
-mrl of Tory rorrrrt pnd 8plnflld Kxerfi.
IImUiI, Inr-Mtnltp, fnim f4r1 tlitli, nnd Hfnt hy uinll for .16
n(. of thn Who) 1.et l'r Hndcm to nm id-
dii-k).o.t pnl.!, Jl SA. tgTMoro Hmilr ;ool H'ritcn
nitre oiimiivd lu lliia vuio Uian in H olljm.
Addiw. I'. B. SI'K.STKn,'
- Jinn, AMnb,i!K t o., dl.io.
A. HAYMOND, DrhIit in Fruit' and Onm
ripntal Trrm, Minil.Urj', fcc, reulleld, Monro. County, N
i nrK. imitmioucitra.
W. H. ALLKN, Hook Jiimk-r Book nnd
Mniii'bii w Irtnirrl lu nnj Ftyle d tlicd. 1'lank bKiki diaOp
bum niltilto nnlrr. Jclleixm, O,
II. A. Hmfcwor to -K IlowellJ
PnffuenTMlyi ntd Amlnnlvjo ArWvt. Am, K. tlnwrllV
n-w rmriv.t, l-pfcntly r.itMitei. l.orketn aiid Miiipnturr
I 'inn llllcil ut rcftMUial'l'' r;itfi. ritlun-n UiVu-n on i1'ii(
ltii'r1 If rU-fiivil. J gf linoniK, timt buiitlhig anith of
iii KriitK, iM.Tiimirt'ei, Vi-mniMiin, irinn.
W1LLAIU) & ItKKVE.S, Dealers in Italinn
nd Itntlnnd MarMp, (frav SWnfji, Homiuinits Tnl.le Ti,
AC, AMIIHlltlia.
A L. TI1UKST0X, Cartmun, has lakrn
tlin F..tn1ill.lmmit of Invld Cnmp, nnd will fin Ilia
Bltrntlnn lo Dnivln to and from tka DvHt, and uboiittln
viiinr. A.iiTAiiri.A, Alirtl 1KH7. 10
EM0UY LUCE, Urnler in Sweet Potato, and
other Kiiriy riiiTitannd vepetfiWea.
Alfo, Hei.lertn l'mcned 1'rnita, Tomatoa, Jte. Eaxt A1i
txljuln, (Hilo. 4sj
STANT0X & BllOTIlFIt. Literv nnd Falo
htahlp, in ronnecllon wtlh the KUk JInue, Alitabula, Ohio.
An llninlhti. liunuln. to ami from eier. Train of ,.
H'ire and t'nn inr.-. tr) ronvev pnwnir.ri to any i-t of
T I ME. Wo sliiill'ToiTLimo nt tlit iTnr-
lJ bor the jrar of 1 3oS, at IS teufa per l.n.het, and at the
llewt aHHI. 4:il HI'MI'IIKY M Hll.l.
(;oniinlivii Iticrcliaiit.
HALL iTEYMOUlX Forwnrdiiiffniid Com-
n:lwion Xlerelinnte, nd ili'iiterein 8nlt Flour, Kleb, Vlncter.
tv .tcr l.iine, Ae. Aim, Cmyuiihi'lon Dealer, in Lumber nnd
Stive; ' Alilli'illl tl.rlmr, Ohio. X3
CUISWOLW & SiloHES, Prodnce L'ommi.
liim IferehtMita, and wholemle dealers In ClieetM and Fruity
187 Honth W.ter Htreet, t'hicatro, 111.
A. II. Unibwoi.n, ' L W, Snin.
W!XC I
. fi.AKtiTR., Hi Kism.nY k Co, - - . - - Clileag.
r, ii. Um xwitii, ......... - x
HATTKHi.Kr, I'ooit k Ca . .
C. Rautlkit Jk t;o.,C'iinnnlMlon Uercbant. Clereland. ,
J. Mit.XKIi, AH.irnrT at Ijiw, Indtanapnltn.
TKntiKfOMi, Hl-Jtl.ow. ft fo., Hanker., li-rtitnr, 111. -
Biiobkh, Hawk, fi Co., Merclinnt, ... Atlimta, 111.
Vki.i.k A Fai'i.knkk, llnduc. Mi'iclianta, ' Anhtnbula, O.
Ptkaiiiiit, )i:iiu i Co., ...... Cincinnati.
Hawi.kt k Hour ........ . - . New Y.rk. '
ue
Ashtabula P. O.—Closing of Mails.
0ST ' 0 FFI CK NOTICE. The Mai
-M- pointf VUt will clow .t 10 o'clock and IS minute
and ni.-iil Wfiit will cloeat 11 o'clock and 30 miuiite., A. the
Southern Mail cUae at A A. V , and the miiil to Jelferaonat 12
M. Kit; Crffk Mail, via I'lvinnuth, Tueilnya. at J 30f a. .
Offiee ojK'n d:iily from 7 A.. ton r. M. on week ilaya. aud on
Siinil.-- 1
Ashtabula, May 10th, 1868. E. C. ROOT. P. M.
Ashtabula, May 10th, 1868. E. C. ROOT. P. M. On and after Monday May. 10, 1858.
CLEVELAND AND ERIE R. ROAD.
Learing Ashtabula—GOING EAST.
nr Fb-IrIiw-xo. i..... .
ftlail
ConneAnt- Aoi-oniuiodatioa.
Mrl.t Freixht . . .
Night Kxprea..... . . .
, . .leave, at. ,
. 1 06 r M
.11 11 i i
. a 4t r
. 1 ai a
.12 lo a a
Learing Ashtabula—GOING WEST.
N-tKtit Eipre. - 3 47 A 11
Conneaiit Arcouiinutlatlou " 61 AM
llur FreiKht In 47 A a
Mull 11 CO r
llav F.xpresa , 3 29 r a
Night rreurht " 1 31 A a
Chicairo F.xpteaa, Kiiat, and afatl Weat, atop at all at.tlona
xeept S.vbiiMik, I'nloni il!e, 1'eny, liientor, and Wicklilte.
Cincinnati t&preu, Eaat, atvp. at 1'iiineiivili. aud K0f
vllle only. . .
I Kvpre.a Weat wiU .top at O'lrard, Cuuneaut,Aabtub-
nuia ami i aiticviiie only.
.V,lit Kxprem Ent, and Wert, .top. at rniimlKe, Anil
tabula, Coniie:uit and tiir.id only.
on
Terrific Adventure in the Mammoth Cave.
19
at
a
At the supposed end of whnt has al
ways been considered the longest avenues
of the M;:mmoth Cave, nine miles from its
entrance, there is u pit, dark and deep and
terrible, known us the Maelstrom. Tens
of thousands have gnzed into it with owe
whilst bcngul-lights-were 'thrown down it
to make its fearful depths visible, but none
ever had the daring to explore it. The
celebrated guide Stephen, who was deemed
insensible to fear, was offered six hundred
dollars by the proprietors of the Cuve if
le would descend to the bottom of it, but
he shrank from the peril. A few years
ago, a Tennessee professor, a Jcurned and
bold man, resolved to-do what no one be
fore 'him had flared do. ond. mukifla- his ar-
rangeiticnts wiili great care and precaution,
ue uua rmiiMi; lowered down by a strong
rone u hundred feet. but. nt a Imt llllitit ll'ld
courage fuiled him, and he culled aloud to
be d raw u out. No human power could
ever liiivo induced him to repeat the appall
ing experiment.
A couple of weeks ago," however, a young
gcutleuuiii n't Louisville, whose nerves never
trembled nt mortal peril, being at the
Mammoth Cave with Professor Wright of
our city and others, detei mined, no matter
what the dangers and difficulties might be,
to explore the depths of the Maelstrom.
Mr. Proctor, the enterprising proprietor of
the Cuve, sent to Nashville und procured a
long rope of great strength expressly for
the purpose. The rope and some ueccessa
ry timbers were borne by the guides aud
others to tho point of proposed explora
tion. The arrangements being soou com
pleted, the rope, with u heavy fragment of
ioeu uui.eo. to it, was let tiown and swung
to and fro to dislodge any loose rock that
would be likely to fail at the touch. Several
were thus dislodged, und the long-continued
reverberations, rising up like distant thiui
der from below, proclaimed tho depth of
tho horrid chasm. Then ' the young hero
of the occasion, with several hats drawn
over hia head to protect it as far as possi
ble nguiiisC uuy musses fulling from ;above,
and with a light in his hand and the rope
fastened urouuij his body( took his place
over the uwful pit and directed the half
dozen men, who held the end of tho rope,
to let him down into tho Cimmerian gloom.
Wo have heard from his own lija an ac
count of his desceut. Occasionally masses
of earth and rock went whizzing pitst, but
uone struck him. Thirty or forty feet
from the top, lie saw a ledge, from which,
as he judged by uppeareuccs, two or three
avenues led off iu different directions.
About a hundred feet from tho top, a cat
aruc.t from the side of the pit went rush
ing down the abyss, aud, as he descended
by tho side of tho falling water and iu tho
midst of the spray, ho felt apprehension
that his light would bo extinguiohed, but
his euro prevented this. Ha was lauded at
the bottom of the pit, a hundred and nine
ty feet from the top. He found it almost
perfectly circular, about 18 foot iu diame
ter wuh a small opening at ouo point;
leading to tt flne chamber of no great ex
teut. He found tm the floor beautiful speci
mens or black silex of immense size, vislli
larger than were ever discovered in toy
other part of the Mammoth ("avc, and at
,
so a mnltltiido of exquisite formutioim nn
pnro anti winte as Tiriu gnovV. Making
liimself heard, with great t'llort, hy hi
friends, he at length naked them lo pull
him partly up, intending 0 stop on the
way to explore a cave tlmt lm nlmcrvoil
opening about forty feet above the bottom
of the pit. ' Iteacliiiijjr the mouth of that
cave, he swung himself with much exertion
into it, niHi iioiauig tlio end or the rope in
hia linnd, he incautiously ot it go, and i'
sw uiiK out niiimrentlv bev
This situation was fearful one, nnd his
it lentis auove could do nothing for him.
fcioon however he initde a hook of the end
of his lump, ond by extending himself ns
fur over the vcigo ns possible, without full
ing, ho succeeded in securing the rope.
Fastening it -to a lock, lie
mie 150 or 200 yurds to a point where ho
oiiuu ii uiockcu oy on impassiblo avulaiicho
or rock and earth, lleturuing to the mouth
of this avenue, hu beheld on almost rvnet-
ly siiiiilur mouth or anothor' on the oppo-
Mie side 01 me pit, but, not being able, to
swing himst ir into it,' fits refnsteiied the
roiie nronnd his bodv. u.iiernli.fl himself
"gain over the' tthyns, nnd shouted to his
liienus to ruie niiu to the top. . The pull
was an exceedingly severe one, and the
rope, bei.iiir ill utliustcd around liiu timlv
gave him the most CXurtltiiHimr nnin Hut
soon his pain was Kit-gotten in a nevr ' nnd
dreadful peril. When he Was 90 feet from
the mouth of the iit. und 100 ft
bottom, swaying and swinging in mid-air,
nearu rapia onc excited .words of hor
ror nnd alarm above, nnd m lnnrnmi thnr
the rope by which he w ripbcld had taken
nit-iiom mo iriction otMhe timber over
whieh it passed. Several morn inrinifntu of
awful suspense to those nlmve n t;il
more awful lo him below etisncd.
io them aud him ft 'fetid and instant
catastrophe seemed 'ipeviUble.- lint the
fire was extinguished with a bottlo of wa
ter belonging to himself, and then the par-
j uuove, toouirii utmost exhausted by their
labors, succeeded in drawing him to the
top.' lie Was as cutm and Self-possessed as
upon his enU-inice into the pit, hut nil of
companions, overcome by fatigue, sunk
down upon the ground, mid his friend Pro
fessor Wright, from over-exertion and ex
citement, faiuied and remained for a time
insensible. . ,
The yuung adventurer left his name carv
in the depths . of the .Maelstrom the
nume of the first and only pcrsou that ever
gazed upon its mysteries. .
'
PREMIUMS
Awarded by the
Ashtabula Co., Agricultural Soc'y,
at their Fair in
JEFFERSON, SEPT. 7th, 8th, and 9th.
Class I. Farms, Gardens, Buildings and Improvements
provrmrntt. " 1 ,
Fifteen Enlriet The prcihlums irt this Class
will not b6 awarded till the .committee ahull
have tin opportunity to uiuke on examination
the premises, when the awards will be pub
lished at as early a duy as practicable.
Class II. Farm, Crops and Seeds.
Fifty-one Entries,
First Prem'mms.
C. G. Calkius, sample of rye;-
same sample of field pen3;
"William Seymour, white Poland Oats; i
8ime winter wheat;
same ' sample of barley;
same 1 bus. King Phillip's corn;
same bushel ears of corn;
-A. F. Sykcs, timothy seed;
C. II. Benton, Geld beans.
Second Premiums.
John Mai (in, white Meditcran?nn wheat;
A. F. Bykes, bushel Corn ears;
D. Ilott-hkiss. timothy seed;
A II Dodge, beans;
J D Herriek, Poland oats;
Third Prrmiums. . . . ,
C G Calkius, field benne; V
Wm Seymour, Medilcranean wheat; .
John M ai'fin, gourd seed corn. '
A
Class III. Stallions.
Seventeen Entries.
First Premiums. . . . :
Wm Simonds, comet, with 5 colts;
J. Bridiiemun, stallion, 6 yr8 old;- ,
C A WiHiunts, , 3yrsold,
Stcond Premiums.
J Mills, B II stallion, 4 yrs old; . i " . '
J Gould, stallion 5 yrs old; - ,
It E Fillinoro, stallion, Messeuger 5 colts;
Third Premiums.
It E Fillmore, stallion,
Class IV. Brood Mares and Colts.
One hundred and thirteen Entries.
First Premiums. -
C Brockway, yearling colt;
Hiram Wolcott, brood mare;
James Stone, sucking colt.
Second Premiums.
TS Edwards. 3 year eld gelding;
A E Austin, 2 yr old gelding, broke;
same 2 yr old filly, broke; '
John S Stillson, yearling filly;
M U Mallby, sacking colt.
J Dodge, brood mare; .
Z Goe, three yeur old mare;
Third Premiu ms.
N Bancroft, sucking colt ;
8 P Holdeu, 3 yr old geldintr; '
N L Chaffee, 2 yr old oily;
same yearling filly.
Class V, Gelding and Mares.
Seventy Entries.
, .
Geo E Nettleton, carriage horse;
O Case, carriage marc; .
J Kennedy, mulched marcs; (
N L Chaffee, pair 3 yr old mares; , . , ',
T C Crosby, puir 0f furia horses. , , '"'
Second Premiums. ' --.
C 1 Burr, saddle gelding; ' "I ,
J Mills, sinjrlo carriage borse; '
John Waldiug, carriage mares;
A Gerulds, pair of earriugo horses;
E II Freuch. pair or 3 yr old matched colts;
O Btiiitli, pair or carriage mures.
Third Prsmiums. ' - -
8 N Alger, saddle horse; ' i
P V Jones, nmched mares; '
L II Jones, farm hones', '' ' '"'
O H Manchester, carriuire borses; .
Frauk Ueudry, blooded carriage mares. '
Class VI. Sweepstakes—Horses,
Twenty-one Entries.
wit Premiums.
Joseph Mills, stl)ioar ,'..' " i
J Kenedy, carriage mare; ,
Joseph Payne, puir of carriage horses;
Geo E Nettleton, carriaga geldiu". '
PVJ.ouca, uiatchcd mai-cs; - a'
.
Class VII. Short Bulls Horn
First Premiums.'
' jV L Chnftep. riinn fmi, t,n.
J Dodge. 8 year old bull, Duke ef Bourbon;
oiiiiib uuii can o nioutbs old;
Second Premiums. . .
Austin Burr, bull 4 year, old;
J H Reeve, ball Artlme t
N L Clmffoe, bull one year old; '
Third I remiums.
J Dodge, bull cair;
Class VIII. Short horn cows and heifers,
Twenty-two Entries.
first Premiums.
R E Fillmore, cow, " Benuty," 4 year old;
N L ChafTee, pen of four yearlings; -J
Dodge, 3 year old heifer;
sauio 2 year old heiler;
same : 1 one year old heifer;
sume heifer calf,
Second Premiums. ' '.
It E Fillmore, heifer calf;
N L Chaffee, 2 year old heifer;
same 1 year old heifer;
J Dodge, cow;
- sumo heifer calf; :
Third Premiums. '
N L Chaffee, cow;
J Dodge, heirercalf;
Class IX. Devon Bulls.
Two Entries.
Third Premiums. ' '
Q. Q. WakeGeld, Devon 111 2 years old; :
same - bull - -
Class X. Devons.
Three Entries.
Second Premiums. ' ' ' .
Q Q WakeGeld, Devon cow;
samo ' heirer calf; "' '
Class XI. Grades.
Three Entries.
First Premiums.
"M V Miller, bull. ' Dandy ;'
Win I HtiDt, yearling bull;
Class XII. Grades cows and
Thirty-five Entries.
First Premiums.1 ' ;
M V Miller, heircr calf;
Q Q WukcOeld, one corr;
R K Bemnn, a putt of fonr calvess
Abel Geralds, pen 4 veurlinu;,
X L Chaffee, u pen of Tour yearlings;
A E Peck, two year old beif'cr;
1 J Lafferty, bull calf;
J Dodge, one year old heifer;
Second Premiums. :
N E French, a pen of whey calves; ' '
B.-ime a pen of heifers;
M V Miller, heiler cuff; . .
J Dodge, one cow;
same two year old heifer;
I Van Woruier, ono calf;
Third Premiums.
N E Fwtich, 3 two year old heifers;
M V Miller, one cow; '
Nr L Chaffee, a peu of fourearlings;
sumo a peu of eulves;
J S Collins, one caff;
'
Class XIII. Oxen and Steers.
Twenty-one Entries.
JTiVa Premiums. ' '
H J Nettleton, pair or yearling steers;
J Dodge, pair of three yr old stedrs, 2650 lbs,
same pair or two yr old steers, 2650 lbs.;
'A Geralds, yoke or oxen;
Second Premiums.
M V Miller, pair or yearling steers;
N L Chuffee, pair or 3 year old steers:
II Lootnis, pair or 2 year old steers;
Joseph Mann, puir or work oseu; '
Third Premiums.
Roswcll Webster, pair of 3 year old steers;
Class XIV. Oxen in Trains.
One Entry.
Second Premiums.
II N Bancroft, 5 yoke of oxen and steers. '
Class XV. Fat cattle.
' Three.Eutries.
First Premiums.
Abel Geralds, pair of fut oxen;
J Dodge, steer 3 years old;
. sume 1 Tut cow; ; : .
or
kind
the
these
One Entry.
Second premium. ;. , . . , .
W P Nims, cow two'years old; . . '
b(e
Class XVII. Sweepstakes. Bulls and Cows.
Thirteen Entries.
r t .
First premiums.
It E Fillmore, 3 year old cow, "Beauty;"
J Dodge, 3 year old bull, Duke or Bourbon;
Class XVIII. Swine and
Eighteen Entries.
First premiums.-
vv iiliam Seymour, one boar, 1 year old;
samo 4 pic. 5 moiitbs old;
Stone aud Kelsey, 1 Suffolk sow 9 mouths old;
A Strong, coop or golden pheasants;
J It Butts, one pair or turkeys;
Second premiums.
' Milo Loo mis, pair of turkeys;
samo 2 pairs of ducks;
A Woodruff, Brumnb fowls;
Stone and Kelsey, one Suffolk boar;
C G Calkius, ouo Suffolk sow;
Third premiums. ,
T S Edwards, Suffolk boar; ,' ;
It Warucr, coop or chiekeus;
First
First
Class XIX. Sheep—Long Wools.
Forty-one Entries.
First Premiums.
C G Calkius, Leicester buck, 4 years old;
same
do 1 year old:
sumo
saine
same
saina
same
3 do ewes over two years!
3 do ewes under 2 years:
3 do lambs, 2 muuihs old,
3 fat weathers;
3 lambs, Leicester sir and
Merino dam:
L W Giddings, 3 Merino ldinbs; ,.
N L Chnffee, 3 French aud Spanish ewes;
L W Giddings, 3 Spanish ewes; - ,;
D L Bailey, one Spanish back; '
Second Premiums. ' ' '
Willium Seymour, 3 Leicester ewes over' 2
years.
samo 3 j do - ewes . over 2
years;
same 3 Leicester lambs;
NL Chaffee, Cottswold buck 1 year old;
same fut sheep; -aaaio
Fruuch and Spanish buck over
jews; ' . -, i . . .!,.-.;
; ama , 3 ewesover3 years; ,
same . 6 do under 3 years;
' same 4 3 lambs; ' '
0 G Calkius, ona Leicester back over two
years old. . ,
Third premiums. ' '..'
O G Cdkins, oue Iicoster bock 2 yean old;
N L Chuffee, 3 Leicester ewes ever 2 years
oldi
sume Spanish aud French buck;
sum do 8 ewes over 2 yeura old;
. suAuo, da, 3, eivus, oadr two years
;
.
'
.
H
ous,
to
'
; ' . j . . , ' i ..... . ,
knma n j llrnr,.;
II M Dewey, one Spanish buck;
Class XX. Garden Vegetables.
One hundred and thirteen Entries.
First premiums.
O Calkins, 12 enrs or Excelsior sweet corn,
blood beets, turnip beets, flat turnips, rhubarb
celery, white carrots, collection gardeu vegeta
ble; ' - - - .... -
Milo Loomis, squashes;
Wtllillin Ki'Vmimr r,iiu.h.h1nf. rrf,ilA. T..
- r - v.w. ""IV , A,M-
turnips, display or potatoes, 10 varieties;
it v. I. il. ........ . i
" a iiiiiMic, sugar uttHs;
J R Bulls, Swcel potatoes;
C Sehult, lettuce;
D HotchkisA, pumpkins;
J M Walker half u peck or beans; ' ' :
J D Derrick, variety or jieas, muskmclons;
Jamts Norris, txMieb toniutoes;
D DuBo'is, top onion seed; ' '
Sylvester Smith, onions; -
Jl D Smith, vcgclubuiegg;
P V Junes, waternieloii, '
L Gilletl, cabbage;
Second premiums
C A Burr, carrots;
11 E Fillmore, blood beets, and flat turnips;
J R Buits, collection of garden vegetables;
C Schulttoma'.ocs, sulsif'y;
S Huyl'oiTrf turnip beets; ' '
J M Walker, fctislrel of potatoes;
D Herriek, lettuce;
J Warner, jr., sweet com;
C 11 Benton; sweet potatoes;
S It Butts, beaus; ' - . ' -
C G Cal kiusi rktrsuins. mtn' Tnrnfno. tinmn.
and ouiuus. ,-, . , ,, ,4 ,
A V Sykes, top onion coed. .
D CaUwell, variety peus. .""'.''
J Jr '
Class XXI. Fruits.
Fifteen Entries.
premiums.
0 A Burr, ono quart of blackberries. '
R E Fillmore, 22 varieties of apples; ' '
1) Dubois, collection of grapes; ". -i .
Charles Warner, seekle pears; . . v ..
samo ,.. rare-ripe peaches:
premiums. , ..
C G Calkins,, pears; ... ,
II F Giddings, specimens of grapes; '
E S Glcuson, apples; ' '
Third premium. ,
1) DuBois, specimen apples. ' '
Fifteen Entries. Class XXII. Farm Implements, Machinery
and Mechanical
Forty-one Entries.
First premivms.
E Fowler, shingles;
T Nevison, lath machine; ' '
II L Dwight, sewing machine; '
Loomis aud Hull, wooden bowls; , :
same wooden hollow ware.
H Tultjplt, parlor stoves;
same cooking stoves; ,
C Sehutt, wuter elevotor; ' ;.
King and Brothers, iron fence posts;
A Holding, jr., sugarcane millj
N L Chuffee, farm roller; .
JE I Hyde, bush scythes;
T C Crodtty, graiu cradle; ' -C
II Ben tou, coni brooms -r
Charles Warreu, horso hoe; ,
li M Crosby, fuuuiug mill:
M Wilder, ch iird, " i
P E Hall, target rifle; v ' 1 -
Second premiums. '''.''
T C Amsden, horse shoes; '
I Bediant, wooden hollow-ware;
M Wilder, Manning's mower and reaper;
same - do mower;
A F Sykes, feed mill;
E D Hyde, grain cradle; '
L M Crosby, churn; " '.' '
NT Ackertnan, Tanning mill; -
P E Hall double barrelled rifle. .
The Committee in Class 22nd would state.
the articles entered in 1 bis Class, wereem-
erally good and well deserving of First Class
Premiums ; and umong other articles that in
terested the fanners, and mechanics, were a set
fence postp, made of cast iron, verv simple of
construction, and we think well adapted for any
or fence, where posts ore used. In short
Committee would state, thut we consider
posts are decidedly a nice, cheav. and sub
stantial article, snd as uo premiums were offer
ed in the published list, wa ns a" Committee,
rccc online nd that a premium be granted,
tlie form or a Diploma or otherwise, to King
Brothers or Cherry Vulley, for their valaa-
luvention. . , , ..
Class XXIII Wagons, Carriages and Harness.
Premiums.
David Comings, carriage harness ;
C H Benton, single harness ; : , .
J P Stults, one-horse wagon;
0 II Bentou, two-horse carriage; '
Premiums. ;
David Comings, buggy harness;
M O Preston, one-horse wagou;
Lewis Colby, farm wagon;
Third Premiums. , -
A F Sykes, whculbarrow; "'''
Class XXIV. Boots Shoes and Leather.
Premiums.
K Iloskins, calf skins ;
Lyman Curtis, pair stoga kip boots;
Class XXV. Cabinet Ware, &c.
Premiums.
P Jenuings, sofa and bed combined;
Ducro, tcle-tete, lounge, sofa rockiuz chair.
sewing chair, piauo stools;
Class XXIV. Dairy Products.
.Premiums, - '
Svlvester Smith, firkin of butter;
lira. Z Gee, lard;
A C Stevens, fresh butter; .
L II Jones, comtnou cheese;
II F Giddings, old cheese;
C T Suubury, Eujjlish dairy cheese;
Second Premiums.
Mrs. Geo. A Cheeney, new batter;
O B Henderson, old cheese;
H F Giddings, common cliec4
Mrs. C.lt Colby, June butter;
, same 40 pounds butter; , ;
Mrs. A II Dodge, Lard; " - i
, - l ') j ' , . ;
Third Premiums. .
C Petrie, common cheese; ;
0. Brot-kway. Juue batter;
Mrs. C It Colby, old cheeso ; ' :
.. sittue 40 pound, batter;
. same " fru.U. butler; . -Ths
committea. would reccoinmend an Im
provement in Btayintr the noiuU of the Curd
Cutter exhibited by L Cai Wr. The Curd kuife
exhibited by O B Ilendersoo nieritorious--
worKtnanstiip a iiula rough. "
The gonerul dinplay of cheese was meritori
and the committee fi.ll theinsolves at a loss
discriminate belwvo of the
XXVII. Bread, Sugar, Preserve, &c.
One hundred and forty-four Entries.
First Premiums. , - . j
Win. Seymour, ouo sack of Cour;
same sample coru uioui;
Mrs. CO Calkius, loaf fVebreud;1 ,
lire. A' U-oderwood, toaf "cuia bread ;
Mrs. Geo. A Checnry, lour wheat bread;
Mrs. Wbi. Seymour, preserved tomatoes;
same tl.irut stio sos;!
Mrs. Sully Hail, dried apples;
Willis A Bard well, a like of bees; I
FG Ftihes, box of honey; ' i )
D DuRois, canned peaches; '' . '
siinie " canned apples; '
same cauned lomatoes,' ' ' " ',
Mrs D DnBois, rsspherry jam; " ' j
Mrs Z Gdc, variety of preserved fruits;
Mrs A It Dodge, elderberry jelly; -It
Bemau, mnplo sugarj
rutne maple syrup; .
sumo currant wine:
Second Prrmiums. .-.,.- i .
Wm Seymour, grahnin flour; ''
E A Mills, louf of indiiiu bread; i ' ' '.
Mrs A Udi ll, wheat bread;
Mr Sally Hall, dried peaches: "
Mrs. D Cudwvll, raspberry jum;
same variety of preserved fruits;
J Warner, Jr.,: viuegar; '
C Petrie, honey; . ' i
J C Road, Flour; 1 '- : - .' )
D Hotchkiss, soap; . .' r;
It Bemnn, maple molase; ;;
E S Gleusoil, dried Upplu.; " , . "'
Third Premiums. "" '
, C Brockway, mixed bread;
Miss M Slevcus, loaf of bread; : ;
IIS Loomis, honey;
, Datiiel Herick. preserves; . .
J U Road, Mcdeteruiiuan whfat; :
Class XXVII. Domestic Manufactures.
Eighty-nine Entries.
First Premiums.
... 1
' A Uuderwood, linen titble spread; i: '
' J C Stevens, pound uf woolen etockingyar";
' C Brockw'ay, woolen coverlet; ' ' '
' ) J Wood, woolen blanket;
' Mrs E Fowler, woolen mittens; r j
; Mrs K M Tuttle, plaid Uunnel; " ' " j
S C Wilcox, liueu thread; :. ,i '
-. same , tiuon lioae it..',
, Mrs H Field, coltou and wool carpet;
j Mrs C O Calkins, worsted hose;
Mrs Castle, woolcu socks; v - t '
' D Hotchkiss-, coltou hose; . ' , .
t Mrs Win, A Mosely, rag curpct; ,
A Alger, linen cloth: ". .'.-.
II S o Loin is, colored fl.inoel;
Mrs E Speucer, wooleiThosi':. fN'o comnoti-
tion.
Eclestia 11. Colby, cotton sock;
Bushncll & Sullivant, ten yards satiuct;
It. Bemau, fulled cloth;
same . while
FOREIGN FABRICS.
.
Mrs. J V Jenu'mgs, crape shawl; ,
samo broelie-slmwl;
Second Premiums. ' -' " , ,
P J Wood, coverlet, ,
A Underwood, wooleu blanket-;.
Wm Frayer, cottou aud wool curpct;
J 'G Stevens, woolen stockings;
Mrs H J Nettleton, wooleu hose;
- same , . liueu hose; . ; . r ; .
; Mrsl) Cnstlc, cotton sucks " ,,
D Hotchkiss, stockiug yaru; " , .
' Same ' cotton hose; ' , '" .
' Mrs II S Loomis woolcu hose; " 5
Mrs M D Hiibee, woolen mittens;
Mrs. Z Gee, linen table cloth;
Mrs E S Colby, rag carpet; . .
same- domestic flanriel;t . ,
. Bushnell & Sullivant, tetr yards of flannel:
' same-' ' do do of fulled cloth;
J ktrd Premiums. '- - -J- '" ;
' Mrs A F Sikes, rog carpet; " ,
E A Mills, plaid flannel;
CBrockway, wooleu coverlet;
'same sutinetl;
It Bceman, flannel;
. , ....').
Class XXIX.
Eighty-two Entries.
First Premiums.
Mrs C Schutts, boy's clothing,
AV P Nims, quilt; , ' ' (
Miss Clara Fowler, gent's shirt..
' H F Gitldings, three tidies; - j
Mrs GeoE Nctilctou, embroidered shii-t;
same childs drexs;
Mrs O Petrie, collar, bead work; . . i
Mrs G W St John, lamp reat;
Miss M Fi-ench, embroidered cape; j ! '
MrsM D Higbce, counterpane; , , .. - )
Daniel Herriek, erabroideied slippeis; .' '-.
J 1) Herriek, paltn leaf hat; . ' '
Geo Smith, straw bounet; ' ', '
Mrs II Tulcolt, embroidered skirt; . ,' ' '.'
'Mrs A II Dodge, silk bounet; , ' i
, M L Woodbury, two ottoniaiis; ' ' . " ' . ,
MrFMc lutyre, pair ofeiubroidered drawers;
" -same ' two chemise;'.' ;
Mrs J llollidoy, child's embroidered blanket;
Second premiums. '
E A Mills, luce collar, ' '
'Mrs Geo A Chcenev, fire screens, ' ' ; ;
Miss Clara Fowler, pair or uudersloeves;' !
Mrs II D Smith, speciuiuns or w orsted em.
broidery; ' ; ,
Mrs Geo A CUcbct. embroidoreu flannel
skirt;
Mrs J R Butt, cnuutcrpone; ''
'Mrs Geo E NettWton, eaibroid-jrcd chemise;
Mrs D Cad well, chair tidy;
Mrs J D Herriek, boy's palm leaf hat;
Miss Fanney Fitch, smoking cap;
Mrs II Tulcott, collar;
same quilt;
Julia II Phelps, embroidered slippers; '
Mrs II B Woodbury, child's embroidered
Jreas;
satna do do -
skirt;
Mrs L Fowler, ouibroidcied hondhcrcLiur;
Same do cup
Mrs D Sherman, five head-dres--es;
Mrs James Iu'ed, oue (rent's shirt;
Mrs D C'adwell, dead drees,
Mrs A E Audrus, putch, work quilt,
Third premiums. .
Julia U Phelps, embroider)',
J P
Class XXX. Floral Exhibition.
Seventeen Entries.
F rst pre turns,
, . . - .
Mrs II D Smith, one vase or flowers;
Mrs D CadwoJI, six verbuuas; .
Chus Warner, oleander; ;'
Second premiums,
Mrs D CsuVeil, display of houso plants;
. Miss E. Rogers, boquct;
Seventeen Entries. Class XXXI. Fine Arts, Ornamental Work,
Seventeen Entries. Class XXXI. Fine Arts, Ornamental Work, &c.
First premiums.
W W Hawk, specimens of dugoerrotypes;
' aa du of Ambrotypea;
same - "'do of Sierei'copio views;
J P Jeuniugs, case or wax fruits;
..same case of stuffed birds; '
' same . aquarium;
. Mrs G W St Juhu, cruyuu drawing; ,
, . same s .. book of draw:ugs;
' suma cryslul puiutiuj; ;
sume ,. ciue of preserved bisects;
Rev A D 0'ds, cubiuet curiosilics from Ja
laaica: ' . .,
R Griffith't, hair wreath framed;
Mis Enit-liue Rogers, landscape pJtiuting; ;
A W Slt-vie, lowu clot k;
' same cuoe of Jewelry; ' !
same eiicciinCDa of tn'.:ravliti." foao-
tullif); . ' .... .
(I S I.nr-y. lu'idscnpe on p'n';
Mrs J I' Jciii in;;, imwui:; ) ;m ; . ;
Mrs D Shermati, watch cimv, bl-f-'l w.i, .
Second premiums. ,
v Mi-s G W. PL Jolin, ritiyrni .Iiti,)fr; ,
Mrs Geo E Nettlctri;, case f.f wax ftuits;
1 MitwE, Rogers, bind.4 ap jm ii , I injj t
' Alv'm 8 Richmond, pi'iirillir;v"; ,
' Mrs A JI Dodjjo, finiily ,r"iiitij
tj 8 Irfiry, fartry paiutiirt':
Miss It lllosn, AmbrotTpr?; ' '
Bushncll & Sullirar.t, pem iil drawing,,
Third premiums.
O P Parlin, landscape pn'nfmT-; ?
. Mrs G W St John, pent ii tb -a. ir .
Mrs J I Herriek, case of wax fi itiu.
. There were four pieces on exhibition as por
traits, two of which were done, in tlie stylo of
chair and coach painting, and or conra could
not bo passed upon as portraits. - The other
two were the work of a beginner, nfid as. turn,
the committee could not jadgo iiteir merits,
not knowing anything f.f .tlie amount of in--struction,
ir any, or prnciice of lite painter, or
time spent in the execution . The vijw f C-tr
neaut Creek was labeled a the work rf a pelfi
taught youth. It indicated latent talent which'
ought to be developed by instruction, os well
us a most laudable interest iu our early lii. toTT,-
"1ook Oit." A young lady that live
near a rail road crossing, Appears to have
no occuputioii except perpetually poking
her head out of the window. A v-air. tho
Other moriiinsr-. hailed her from the street
'Hullo, Miss V. 'What do yon want?'
suid she, after the first Hush of indinritiin
at., being thus accosted, , he , bell am t
rung yer,- was me answer. . '.w hat ao you;
mouitf asked Miss. 'Why,' was the reply,
'thut sign says you're o.:'lot1v , out',, whet
the bell riii 's. but vou are lookiutr out till
. . ot -
tho time. Tim rntiniw liulv' heail flisfltu
- j 0 - - r -
peered with a fork, aud tho window went
down with k slam. . . ' .
' Oov. Denver of Kansas has rer.igned.
aiid will probably resume Ida position ei
Commissioner of liittiuu Affalirs' irt tho
course of a few weeks. .
Wn.Loriinny-rThc b'giain.nri. buildinff.
in this stirring little village, U fast eo'n's
up. The cup-stones arc being set' in iiio
sccoud story. rainesrille. Telegraph.
RULES
of the
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
OF ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP.
I. Members and Visitors.
IUtk lst.-w,A5 jpepous paying. ono dol
lar to he Treasurer, ,wil bo cousidercd.
members of, tlw Society.'fo te. -year en
duing, and will be .furn,iabed twitb. tickets,
admiltrng theDjoelres, wires, aud children
under twenty ono years old, ' during' tbo
Fair. ,
1 2nd'. Tickets will bo sold by the Trea-;
snrer, admluing the purchaser during' the
day, at fifteen cents each. . , . ,'WN " ,
3rd." Tickeis sdmitting the hod,er once,'
only, will be sold for one dime each. .
4th. The transfer of badges or ticket.
or other unlawful cutrance luto the show
grounds, will be pniiished to'tlie full tzient
of the LAW-.'' v ' '':''' f. . 1 .
5th. Tho law'fr.rohlilinre Mit snin nf in:
r-j " ' T ,
tosicating di itiks in the vicinity of the fair!
grounds, w'ill be strictly tMiforccd'.' '
II. Exhibitors.
dollar, may enter ns many animals or arti
cles as he or she may own. .-( , ,
2nd. Competition is open to all.' with
out restriction to locality. ' ' ' ' '
3rd. AH entrlea ' for com petition roust
be maijlB. and entered on the Ecerelary's
hook, on or before the first day of the fair.
Persons living at s distanca ipav ra'also' en
tries by writing to the Secretary- .if .the'
prefer his address being Ashtabula, Ohio.'
Stating" the arUcjcs anil class ia which they ;
wish to compete. ,,' , , . . ' .
, 4th. No article or auimal ehall lie en
titled to compete in more than one class, '
otn. N.o animal or article entered for ex-
hibition must be removed till the close of
tho Fair,' unless by permio.s'ou of the Mun'u-
'
III. Committees.
Rn.K 1st. Committees will' be called at
10 A. M., the second cfa of fb'e, tr
juuges are Requested to report themselves
promptly, at tbo time, as vacancies' will
then be filled," ... - .. , .
Snd. No person will be allowed1 to' in
terfere with the Judges during-' their ex
amination.1 i.. ,
3rd. No premiums shall be awarded for
objects uot meritorious. ' "Where there is no
competition, judges wa a;,Vard tvst.c-ioudv
or third premiums, according to merit.
4th. Committees will bo cautious in'
giving cards; their reports must correspoudf
entirely witn the manuer cards are gircnl-
IV. Order of Arrangements.
- I. Tuesday, tho first dav of th rt
, -
will be devoted to caking entries, aud er
ranging articles for exhibition. A lt per
sou arc iurited to jisit the Grounds ou'
that duy, free of charge for entrance f... :1.
II. Wednesday, 10-a.' m.V' Ccmmittces
will be called, and will proceed to r
amiuation of all classci iinmcd.'uicJy. AI?
animals must be in read in g to cut thu
ring on the call of tLe Marsha!, an t '
leave when directed. I.'.tdes will hi -:
to tno premium animal V an.!' they
then be led around the i'u;,r, ut the :( , tJ
tion of the Marshuls,
III. At cue p. in., there v.i.l L,i ,x , .'u'
play of horsemanship in t.he riii".
ls n,9 AihtabuU 1,1-U.-J I'.a,y v ;.t L
In atteudunco to ive Interest to,', a a'
liven the oofAsinn,
V. At 2, p. l.i.. nn Uc?,H ;'' t -
- " J Vow
liverod from the RtuaJ
I- Uto li;,t Cf Iirctl.tuiu, uAartl. ! v, ;!
Ltf read froui tht' Utnl. .

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