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-A-BILEHsTE, DIOBIIlSrSOi OOTJJSTTIT, KAJSTSS, OCT. 4,' 1SS3.
J. Gfr NORTHCRAFT'S.
Which is larger than ever before. We handle
outlier n White
Which is conceeded the best in the market. Also the celebrated
VANE OALVliL-f & OO.'S MIXED PAINT, WHICH wo have handled for tsIxyraMd needs no recommendation.
We Trill sell these at a lower figure than ever before
Also a line line '
Choice Flavorini Extracts aid Fire
A LARGE AND
G. F. WORLE
DEALER IN Harness Collar?, Bridles, Whips Trunks, and Horse Goods Generally. Repairing
Promptly Done. Sonth-East Comer of Cedar and Third Streets,
FID and SALE STABL
South side of railroad on Cedar St.,
D. H. Metzger, Pro.
Also proprietor of
THIS WEEK AT
J. M. BREMZER.
OGDEN, WEITWOSLTH & HILL
f-1 : . i
Tinware, Table and
3STo TPancy brides!
flfl 0 - em an We nave in stock a fine line of toreech and muzzle loading guns, all
LO OpOIuomeil kinds of gun fixtures and ammunition.
T&U a Ps vm arcs Would do weU to notice our large line of Furst & Bradlev and N. C.
AJlc euiucio Thompson Plows, the Thompson Mowers, and the Schuttler and
Grarlaild StOVeS and Ranges An immense line of them always on hand
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK MANUFACTURED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Kemember tne sriS.Ce corner
HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUfi FALL SHIPMENT
: OIS, TARNISHES, :
Spices Ground or Whole. I The
VARIED LOT OP
THE PALM LEAF PLUG
AND THE NEW VARA
5 CENT CIGAR,
FOUND ONLY AT THE
LITTLE RED STOBE.
A, K. VANDERBILT, Pro. Py
A New Fall S
Broadway & Third. Nc.l-3m
nothing but the
DRY SIZED EALSOMINE.
Finest Branfls of Cigars, d
EAST THIRD STREET.
ALWAYS ON nAND.
Confectionary f? Candies
ICE CREAM AND OYSTERS
A Successful Fair.
The Dickinson county agricultural
society this year records the most suc
cessful and interesting fair ever held hi
the county. The exliibits were gener
ally good, the attendance unusually
large, and the receipts will pay expen
ses and all premiums in full and leave
a balance to be expended for the im
provement of the grounds. The Re
flector congratulates the managers,
the exhibitors and the people on such
a satisfactory showing.
Dickinson county is one of the best
in the State, the products of her soil
are not surpassed, and the intelligence,
wealth and generosity of her people are
above the average which obtains
throughout the commonwealth. Ad
mitting this, will it be denied that our
county, if she sees fit, can build up and
support the best County Fair in the
State? All that is needed is for our
people to take an interest in the matter;
and to stimulate an interest the Asso
ciation should offer liberal premiums to
exhibitors and racers, and keep on ad
ding accommodations to the grounds.
All this can be done, and the Reflec
tor believes that it will be done.
Class No. 1 Running Race.
Entry No. 1, Nellie B. by J. J. Bradficld, 1st
Prem. ; Brown Charlie by Geo.Huffman, 2nd Prem. ;
Yankee Cirl by J. W. Bradfleld, 3rd Prem. ; Black
Billy by II. Woods, Dist. Time, 544, 57, 57.
Glass No. 2 3fatcJi Ileum Race.
Lightfoot and Lncy by E. J. Warner, won let and
2nd Prem.; Plumwood and American Boy, by J.
W. Poulte Dist. ; Enterprise Bays, by J. B. Ilal
stead, Dist. Time, 3:30, 3:20,, 3:2iyt.
ClasNb. 3 Gents' Driving Race.
Rose n.,by D. I. Halstead, 1st and 2nd Prem.;
American Boy by J. B. Halstcad, Dist. ; Harry by
C. A. Simmers, Dist. Time 3 :09.
CUiss No. 43 Min. Race.
Lncy Lightfoot by C. A. Simmers, 1st Prem.;
Lightfoot by E. J. Warner, 2nd; Bay Dick by J. B.
Halstead. Dist. Time. 3:00, 3:12, 3:10J4-
Glass No. o Running Race.
Nellie B by J. J. Bradfleld. Dist.; Brown Charlie
by Geo. Huffman, 1st Prem.; Black Billy by II.
Wood, 2nd. Time 2 :03, 2 :00.
Glass No. oFrcc-For-All.
Not filled and a society race with American Boj
by J. B. Halstead, Dist.: Harry by C. A. Simmers,
1st and 2nd Prem. Time 2 :54, 2 :50.
Glass No. 7 Racing Race.
Rose II by D.I. Halstead, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prem.;
Roan Mollie by Andrew Mitchell, Dist. ; Roan Billy
by J. W. Ponltcr, Dist. Time 2:50.
'GJuss No. S Slow Race.
Glass No. 02:50 Race.
American Boy by J. B. Halstead, Dist. ; Charlie
by D. I. Halstead, did not start; Brown .Birdie, C.
A. Simmers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd. Time 2.47.
Class No. 10 Purse Race, Running.
Brown Charlie by Geo. Huffman, 1st; Roan by
II. Wood, 2nd. Time 55'.
Class No. 11 Special Race.
Harry by C. A. Simmers, 1st; Rose II. by D.I.
Halstead, Siitl. Time 2:511, 2:52; 2:50.
ALL OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
Glass No. 1 Draft Horses.
Match team by J.J.Cooper, 1st; Stallion 4 yrs.
and over, Thos. Nichol, 1st; Stallion 4 yrs. and ov
er, A.J. Marklcy, 2nd; Brood mare, J. II. Chase,
1st; Broodmare, N. Robson, 2nd; Sucking Colt.
J. Fnnkhonscr, 1st; Sucking colt, A. K. Rnsc, 2nd;
Yearling Colt, O. L. Thisler, 1st; 2 yr. old colt, J.
II. Chase, 2nd.
Glass No. 2 Horses for Style and Action.
Match team. T. Issitt, 1st; Stallion 4 yrs. and ov
er, Wann & Dryer, 1st; Stallion 4 yrs. and over by
A. J. Petit, 2nd; Brood marc, T. Issitt, 1st; Brood
marc, L. J. Hitty, 2nd; 3 yr. old mare, D. R. Emery,
1st; Stallion under 4 yrs. J. M. Bradfleld, 2nd;
Gelding, 4 yrs. and over, John Reed, 1st; Gelding
4 yrs. and over, J. W. Houlter, 1st; Sucking colt,
L.J. Hitty, 1st; Slicking colt, A. K. Ruse, 2nd;l
yr. horse colt, by J. II. Hooper, 1st; 1 yr. mare colt;
J. II. Hooper, 1st; 1 yr. marc colt, J. Funkhouscr,
Class No. 3 Stallions xcith 5 or more of
Stallion for style, J. E. Paul, 1st; Stallion for
style, by A. J. Petit, 1st.
Class No. 4 Mules and JacTcs.
Jack, Mark Baldwin, 1st; Jack, W.J. Graham,
2nd; Match mules, Nathan Blevins, 1st; Match
mules, J. B. Baxter 2nd; 1 Donkey colt, Frank
Northcraft, 1st; 1 Donkey colt, Ralph Gordon, 1st;
1 2 yr. old mnle, Nathan Blevins, 1st.
Class No. 5 Short-Horn Cattle.
Bulll yr. and over, John Reed, lst;Bull3yr. old,
Henry Warner, 1st; Bull, Thos. Nichol, 2nd; Bull,
2 yrs. old, 0. L. Thisler, 1st; 1 2 yr. old Heifer, O.
L. Thisler, 1st; 1 2 yr. old Heifer, John Reed, 2nd;
1 Cow, O. L. Thisler. 1st; Cow, John Reed, 2nd;
1 yr. old Heifer, O. L.' Thisler, 1st; 1 yr. old Heifer
O. L. Thisler, 2nd; Heifer calf, 4 months, O. L.
Thisler, 1st; Heifer calf, O. L. Thisler, 2nd; 1 Bnll
calf, 0. L. Thisler, 1st; 1 Bull-calf, Wann & Dryer,
Class No: 6Hcrfor'ds.
1 Bull, 2 yrs. old, Hcnry-& Warner, 1st; 1 Bull, 3
yrs. old, nenry & Warner, 1st.
Class No. 7 Alderney or Jerseys.
1 Bull, 1 yr. old, E. J. Thisler, 1st.
Class No. 8 Grade or Cross.
1 Bnll, 2 yrs. old, A. J. Petit, 1st; 1 Bull, 2yrs.
old, C. G. Whelden, 2nd, 1 Cow.E. J. Thisler, 1st;
1 Cow, E. J. Thisler, 2nd; 1 Heifer calf, E. J. This
ler, 1st; 1 Heifer calf, Thos. Nichol 2nd; 1 Bull
calf, Thos. Nichol, 1st; 1 Bnll calf, E. J. Thisler;
2nd; 1 Heifer, 2 yrs. old, E. J. Thisler, 1st.
Class No.9-Oxen,Steers and MilchCows.
1 pair 2 yr. old Steers, O. L. Thisler, 1st; 1 pair
2 yr. old Steers, Thos. Nichol, 2nd; 1 pair 1 yr. old
Steers, Thos. Nichol, 2nd; 1 pair 1 yr. old Steers,
Thos. Nichol, 1st; 1 Milch Cow, Mrs. J. W. Birch
more, 1st; 1 pair Oxen, Nathan Blevins, 1st.
Class No. 10 American Merino.
1 2 y. old Ram, Henry & Branson, 1st; 1 1 yr. old
Ram, Henry & Branson, 1st; 1 Ram Lamb, Henry
3 Ewes 1 yr. old, T. D. Rice, 2nd; 3 Ewes 2 yr. old,
nenry & Branson, 1st: 3 Ewes 3 yr. old, Henry &
Branson, 1st; 3 Ewes 3 yr. old, T. D.Rice, 2nd;
3 Ewe Lambs, Henry & Branson, 1st; 3EweLambs,
T. D. Rice, 2nd.
Class 2fo. 11 Long-Wool Sheep.
1 Ram, 2 yrs. and over, Rob't Broadfoot, 1st; 1
Ram 1 yr. and over, Rob't Broadfoot, 1st; 1 Ram 1
yr. and over, Rob't Broadfoot, 2nd; 3 Ewes, 3 yr.
old, Rob't Broadfoot, 1st; 3 Ewes, 2 yr. old, Rob't
Broadfoot, 1st; 3 Ewes 1 yr. old, Rob't Broadfoot,
1st; 3 Ewe Lambs, Rob't Broadfoot, 1st.
Class No. 12
Class No. 13 Berkshire Pigs.
1 Boar, 1 yr. and over, W. II. Childs, 1st; 1 Boar
1 yr. and over, Low Bros. 2nd; 1 Boar under 1 yr.,
Low Bros., 1st; 1 Boar, under 1 yr., Low Bros., 2d;
I Sow 1 yr. and over, Low Bros., 1st ; 1 Sow 1 yr.
and over, 2nd; 1 Sow under 1 yr., Jas. Elliott, 1st;
1 Sow under 1 yr., Low Bros., 2nd; Sow and Pigs,
Jas. Elliott, 1st; Sow and Pigs, Wann &Drycr,2nd.
Class STo. 14 Poland China.
Boar under 1 yr., Wann & Dryer, l?t; Boarnn
derlyr. L.J. Hitty, 2nd; Sow under 1 yr., A.N
Tolbert, 1st; Sow, under 1 yr., A. N. Tolbcrt, 2nd.
Class No. 15 Sweepstakes.
Boar, Low Bros., 1st; Boar, Jns. Elliott, 2nd;
Herd, Low Bros. ljt; Sow, Low Bros., 1st; Sow, A.
N. Tolbcrt, 2nd.
Class No. 16 Poultry.
1 pair Light Brahams, Mrs. Jane Miller, 2nd; 1
jniir Light Brahams, D. R. Emery, 1st ; 1 pair Buff
Cochens, D. R. Emery, 1st; 1 pair Buff Cochcns,
D.R. Emery, 2nd, 1 pair Plymouth Rock, D.R.
Emery, 1st; 1 pair Plymouth Rock, D. R. Emery,
2nd; 1 pnir White Polish, D. R. Emery' 1st; 1 pair
White Polish, D. R. Emery, 2nd; 1 pair Black
breasted Redgame, D. R. Emery, 1st; 1 pairBIack
breasted Redgamc, D. R. Emery, 2nd; 1 trio Pat
ridge Coachens, W. B. Swayze, 1st; 1 pair Bronzed
Turkeys, D.R. Emery, 1st; 1 pair Bronzed Turkeys,
D. R. Rmcry, 2nd; 1 pair White Turkeys, D.R. Em
cry, 1st; 1 pair White Turkeys, D. R. Emery, 2nd;
1 pair Muscovy Ducks by D. R. Emery, 1st; 1 pair
Langshau, D. R. Emery, 1st; 1 pair Langshau, D.
R. Emery, 2nd.
Class No. 17 Gram and Vegetables.
Dried Apples, Jane Miller, 1st; Dried Peaches,
Jane Miller, 1st; Dried Pears, Jane Mhler, 1st; 25
cars Yellow Corn, G. H. Deanzer, 1st; 25 ears Yel
low Corn, Thos. Purvis, 2nd; 25 ears Mixed Corn,
G. II. Dentzcr, 1st; 25 ears Sweet Corn, G.H.Dent
zer, 2nd; 25 ears Sweet Cora, J. W. Birchmorc, 1st;
Peck Onions, H. Foster, 1st; Peck Onions, A. M.
Stoffcr, 2nd; Red Pepper, J. W. Birchmorc, 1st;
Red Pepper, Chas. Young, 2nd; Popcorn, J. W.Birch
more, 1st; Popcorn, C. Young, 2d; Victoria Rhubarb,
J. W. Birchmorc, 1st; Pie Plant, by A. J. Sterling,
2nd; Mangold Wursel, J. W. Birchmorc, 1st; Dan
vis Carrotts, J. W. Birchmore, 1st; Marblehead
Sqnash, J. W. Birchmore, 1st; Yz bushel Sweet Po
tatoes, J. E. Paul, 1st; 1 peck Sweet Potatoes, R.
Miller, 2nd; White Corn, Chas. Young, 1st; White
Corn, L. J. Hitty, 2nd; Egg Plants, John Uric, 1st;
Egg Plants, Chas. Young, 2nd; Pumpkins, Thos.
Purvis, 1st; Pumpkins, J. W. Birchmore 2nd; Early
Rose Potatoes, J. W. Birchmore, 1st; Early Rose
Potatoes, C. A. W. Baker, 2nd; Sweet Pumpkins,
Chas. Young, 1st; Sweet Pumpkins, 'Squire Barber,
2nd; Parsnips, L. J. Hitty, 1st; Parsnips, Chas.
Young, 2nd; White Star Potatoes, W.H.Boncbrakc,
1st; Irish Potatoes, Thos. Nichol, 2nd; Cabbage,
Win. Eiscnhouer, 1st; Cabbage, Chas. Young, 2nd;
Beets, R. Miller, 1st; Beets, H. Foster, 2nd; Purple
Top Turnips, Chas. Young, 1st; Collection of Veg
etables, R. Miller, 1st; Collection of Vegetables, E.
Z. Butcher, 2nd; Tomatoes, Chas. Young, 1st; To
matoes, Chas. Young, 2nd; Cubin Queen Melon,
Chas. Young, 1st; Ice-Cream Melon, Chas. Young,
2nd; Sqnash, Chas. Young, 2nd; White Oats, John
Reed, 1st, White Oats, W. J. Graham, 2nd; nard
ridge Melon, Chas. Young, 1st; Nutmeg Melon,
Chas. Young, 2nd; Carrats, L. J. Hitty, 2nd; 1 Bu.
Winter Wheat, J. H. Hooper, 1st.
Class No. 18 Flowers and Slmibs.
Best and largest display Flowers in Bloom, Mrs,
H. Urie, 1st; best and largest display plants, Mrs.
H. Uric, 2nd; 1 pair Bdqucts, R. Miller, 1st.
Class No. 19 Fruits,
Largest and best display" of Fruit, A' F. Hart,
2nd; Largest and best display of Fruit, J. M. Shcp
hard, 1st; Variety of Pears, D. R.- Gordon, 1st; Va
riety of Pears, J. M. Bradficld, 2nd; Variety of
Peaches, JM. Bradfleld,, 1st; Variety of Apples, A.
F. Hart, 1st; Variety of Apples, John Reed, 2nd;
Variety of fall Apple's, J. L Shcphard, 1st; Variety
of Fall Applcsr.A. F. Hart, 2nd; Variety of Plumsi
D. R.. Gordon, lt; Variety of Winter Apples, J. M.
Class -No. 20-r Household Manufacture.
Loaf Corn Bread, Jane M'ller, 1st; Jar Pickled
Peaches, Jane. Miller, 1st; Jar Pickled Peaches,
Mrs.-J. B. Wurficd, 2nd; Jar Tomato Butter, A- M.
Stoffcr, 1st; Butter, Mrs.. E. J. Thisler, lbt; Loaf
White Bread, Mrs. H. Urie, 1st; Loaf .Brown Bread
Mrs. II. Urie, 1st; Spec. Rolls, Mrs. H. Urie, 1st
y2 doz. Jellcy, Mrs. J. B. Warfield,lst; &doz.Jellcy",
Mrs. W.B. Swayze, 2nd; Cucnmber Catchup, Mrs. J.
E. Herbst, 1st; Cake, Mrs. Goldhora, lst;Plai3
Donghniits, Mrs. J. B. Warficld, 1st.
Class.N.o. 21 Home-made Fancy "Work.
Sample of Flannel, Jane Miller, lst Sample of
Flannel, JancMiHer, 2nd; Spec of Fancy Mittens,
Jane Miller, 1st; Woolen Stockings Mrs. J. E.
Herbts, 1st; Woolen Stockings, Jane Miller, 2nd;
Silk Embroidery, Mrs. J. E. Hcrbt, 1st; Silk Quilt,
Mrs. M. Banna, 1st; Silk Quilt, Mrs. M.Hanna, 2nd;
Tidy, Mrs. E. W. Olds, 1st; Spec Applique Work,
Mollie Mclncrney, 1st; Best Buggy Affghan. Mrs.
H. Urie, 1st; Arrasenc Embroidery, Mrs. C. H. Le
bold, 1st; 10 yds Carpet, Mrs. D. R. Emery, 1st;
10 yds Carpets, Henry Erase, 2nd; Silk Stockings,
Mary A. Brown, 1st; Yarn Mittens, Jane Miller,
2nd; Best display of Carpets, Hazlctt & Co., 1st.
Class No. 22 Needlework.
Kensington Emb., Mrs. J. E. Herbst, 1st; Patch
Work Quilt, M. C. Shame, 1st; Patchwork Quilt,
A. M. Stoffer, 2nd; Table Cover, Mrs. W. A. Mor
ton, '1st; Waxwork, Mrs. W. B. Swayze, 1st;
Point Lace Collar, 3Iiss Mertal Soles, 1st; Tidy,
Mrs. S. M. Gardner, 2nd; Button Rug, Mrs. J. F.
Baxter, 1st; Sofa Pillows, Mrs. J. M. Hodge, 1st;
Toilet Set, Mrs. F. Hawkes, 1st; Spec Worsted
Work, Henry Erase, 1st; Knitted Quilt, Mary
A. Brown, let; Lace Handkerchief, Estella
Ball, 1st; Brown Cae, Mrs. F. Ball, 1st; Macrema
Lambrequin, Mrs. J. E. Bonebrake, 1st; Crochet
Lambreqnin, Mrs. J. E. Bonebrake, 2nd; Clothing,
Simon Rothschild, 1st.
Class No. 23; Artist "Work.
Spec copied from nature, Miss F. A. Dyer, 1st;
Spec Oil copied from nature, by Mrs. E. W. Olds, j
1st; Spec of Painting on China, Miss E. Litts, 1st;
Oil Painting, J. E. Bonebrake, 1st; Oil Painting,
Miss E. Litts, 2nd; Kitten Heads, Estella Ball, 1st;
Dogneads, Mrs, H.H. Hazlett, 2nd; Crayon Por
trait, Lizzie Pettengill, 1st; Crayon Portrait, F. A.
Dryer, 2nd; Best Floyrer Piece, Mrs. C. H. Lebold,
1st; h doz. Oil Painting, Mrs. E. J. Warner, 1st; 1
Flower Piece, Miss Orleona Fisher, 1st; 1 Banner
in Oil, Mrs. H. H. Hazlctt, 1st; Oil Pannel Lillie,
Mrs. H. H.IHazlett, 2nd; 1 Placque, Mrs. J. E. Bone
Class No.24 Farm Imp. and Machinery.
Display of Farm Imp,, J. E. Bonebrake Hardware
Co., 1st; Disp. Farm Imp., J. C. Davis, 2nd; DIsp.
Farming Machinery, J. E. B. IL Co., 1st.; Sulky
Plow, J. E. B. H. Co , 1st; Sulky Plow, J. C. Davis,
2nd; Display of Stoves, J. E. B. H. Co., 1st.
Class No. 25 Equestrianship.
Black Horse, Sallie Gish, 1st; Prawn Ponv, Miss
2 Organs, S. W. Pierce & Co., 1st; 2 Organs, T.F.
Sewell, 2nd; 2 Sewing Machines, S. W. Pierce, 1st;
Wa-her and Wringers, Thos. Gibbs, 1st; Water El
evator, Tho. Gibbs, 1st; DNplav Gents' Furnlsh-in-:
Goods, L. II. Faulkner. lt; Disp. Gents' Fam
ishing Goods, S. Rothschild, 2nd. k
Fiir weather prevailed during the fair.
A. J. Markley's Berkshires were no
ticeable and greatly admired.
The fair just closed was a bigger suc
cess than any of its predecessors.
Ym. Perkins' display of poultry was
a successful feature of the fair.
Let every article at our next fair be
labelled with the name of the owner.
The exhibit of hogs by Messrs. Low,
of Solomon City, was an excellent one.
A. G. Buchanan exhibited a pair of
five months old colts. They were beau
ties. The fair grounds will be further im
proved before the next meeting- of the
E. Brunson's pens of merino sheep at
tracted a great deal of attention, and
they deserved it.
Jas. Elliott had on exhibition a sow
and eight young pigs, of pure Berkshire,
which were beauties. -:
Our merchants deserve great praise
for their willingness and energy in
making such fine displays.
The managers of the Agricultural
Society are to be congratulated on the
fine displays made in all departments.
The orderly behavior of the crowd
during the fair is owing more to the ex
cellent disposition of the people than
It was a serious mistake to withhold
the names of exhibitors. The name of
the exhibtor should have been on eyery
The agricultural and pomological dis
play at the fair was very fine. The old
er Eastern fairs might beat it in quan
tity, but never in quality. -j
There were a great many fine exhib
its of stock which we wanted to men
tion in these notes, but the names of
the exliibitors were not obtainable.
The ladies of the Lutheran church
cleared sometliing like $350.00 at tnjeir
eating stand. The patronage was' very
liberal and the ladies appreciated it.
The exhibit of fine horses, colts,mules,
cattle, hogs and sheep was remarkably
fine this year,. It is to be hofted that
the interest in tills direction will grow.
N. Blevins exhibited some very-fine
mules, among the number being;a large,
handsome two-year old. , -Lie also had
a yoke of. oxen of tremendous size.nd
muscle. .- : . - ." .
The art and ladies fancyrwork depart
ment was a beauty.. The- display- iwas
very large and very fine, but unfortu
nately not a .single article had thejiome
of the owner attached. . : s;
The display of the Bonebrake Hard
ware Company was large and 'excellent.
Buggies, carriages, wagons',' farnihlgiim
pleinents, stoves, hardware, -gurisis-tols
and cutleTy were among the-goods
displayed.- - o
At our next "fair -the Reflector
hopes to see a larger and more varied
display of the products of : the soITtnan
has heretofore greeted ' tlie eyesiglit of
the visitor. The farmers should'Vake
pride in making the agricultural display
as large and fine as possible :
The displays by J. B. CaseS: J.
Wright, Mrs. A. M. Geis, p. C. 3cln
emey, Hazlett & Co., J. G. Northctaft,
D. G..-, Smith. Sterl & Ealiner: XL II.
Faulkner, cV.Co., T. E. Sewell, tfrwk
& Gleissnef'Sjmon Rothschild" ana M.
A. White & Co., were uriexcejitiprihbly
good antl pleasing to the eyet ;TIieRE
flecto'r makes no iiiv.idious 'distinc
tions because of the "difficulties' 'Jiich
surround such, ail undertaking' It
leaves to tha "judges to; decide andj5 its
premium list 'to name the best displays.
-3E3TjL"bllcl ' Salr
T WILL SELL XT MY RESIDENCE, ON&AND
-' one-Half mile east of Abilene, on the Detroit
road, sale to commence at ten o'clock, a.iai., on
Saturday, Oct. 13, 1883) "
the following described personal property fo-wit:
4 Head of Good Work Horses, 2 of which aro
good brood mares; 8 Head of Colts. 4 two-years
old each, and 4 one-year old each; 1 two-years old
Mule; 40 Head of Cattle, 10 of which areinilch
cows, gome having calves by their sides; 1 three
years Old Steer; 5 two years old Steers ; 7 one-year
old Steers; the remainder, Heifers; 5 Breeding
Sows; 4 Shoats; 21 Pigs; 1 Poland Boar: 1 'Lumber
Wagon; 3 Plows; 2 Harrows; 2 Corn Cultivators;
1 sweep rake Wood's Reaper; 4 Sets of Harness,
and other articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALE. All sums of S5.00 and urt
der, cash; on all sums over S5.00 a credit of ten
months will be given, purchaser giving note with
approved security. No goods to be removed untU
terms of sale are complied with Six per cent, eff
for cash. SAMUEL BRICKER.
J. N. Burtox, Auctioneer.