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THE INDEPENDENT
. . . Jw a. ,
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO BY AWARDED BY THE
MORGAN COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
AT THEIR
KINETEENTH ANNUAL FAIR,
TO BE HELD AT THE
TO BE HELD AT THE FAIR GROUNDS,
Near McConnelsville,
Near McConnelsville, ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY,
September 27th, 28th and 29th, 1871.
September 27th, 28th and 29th, 1871. soc
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Any resident of Morean county mar be
anie a maraber ol the Society upon the pay
ment of one dollar annually, and will be en-
nie a maraber ot the Society upon the pay
'tied t enter as tnatir articles for com pet i-
l ion as ne or she may desire lor meniselTeo,
i r the female members of their family, and
: li males uader twenty-cue years of ape.
violation or departure from the last
' a use of the above rule will subject the for
f i'.ure of all premiums awarded by any of
l ie Oommittces.
- Xo animal to beentered In thenameofany
.her than the bona fide ovrrer. bhould any
! entered otherwise they will not be allow-
i to receive a premium although awarded
y the judges.
. "All entries Mi'ST be made prior to the sec-
ud daT of the Fair, as the Entry Books will
:oseoD the evening of the first day of the
ime, and will not be kept open throughout
l ie forenoon cf the sejond day, as heri-to-
I -re.
All an'mnls and article for exhibition
':icru!d be on fhe tj rounds by 8 o'clock, A. II,
I I the second day of the Fair, or they cannot
otnpete for premiums, and Awarding Coro
i.iittees are requested to report themselves
i- r duty a near that time as practicable.
All animals Or articles to be exhibited
hall be entered upon the Secretary's books
i .Tors tney are placed wituin tn enclosure.
No Derson who is an exhibitor can act at
j'tdge on the class In which-he is a competi
tor,
Ko Tterson will lie allowed to interfere with
lite judges during their adjudications, and
: .:t nerson. who br letter or otherwise, at-
mpts an interference with them, will be ex-
t 'tided from compevtion.
l'ur.ty of blood, as established by pedigree.
j mmetry, sise, early maturity, and geueral
Maracteristrcs of the several breeds of arti
i.iala to be- considered', aiidr trie judges will
make proper allowance for age, seeding and
titer circumstances
Ko awardine committee shall award any
, 'scretionary premiums. Whenever articles
f superior merit are exhibited for which no
. i , . j . t ..,:
I rouiiuiii nave uwa vueiw, lun ihsiuidk
ommitte shall aster the same an-their book
f awards, so that the Secretary- ma? report
the came to-tie Board forfurtlier action.-
Awarding- committees mart not attacb-
l-resaiuni cards V snides- for which- bo pre
mium! ar osereaoai wui vase remarks or
reeonHModatMtee In their books apposite the
articles, as in their judgement the same mer
its, whether premium, premium reeommen
f ed, or diploma, lea Tiny the same to be
adopted by the Board ot Directors, or other
wise, as they may d terminc.
Inasmuch as persons will differ la judge
rent as to the respective excellence of art i-Wee-or
animals exhibited, it is to be hoped
tbsV no improper manifestatiowr of ft.hrfg
i-ttae nstt-of toe disappointed competitors,
. their friends, will be exhibited to the
wrarding eonunittee
All articles offered for premiums most be
carsad by the persons offering the same, or
I v
rt the aoil, or manufactured article?-flmst
te produced or mwoviactureo in the county
RULES AND REGULATIONS. FIRST DEPARTMENT.
(No Unsound Animal to receive a Premium
in any Class)
CLASS A, NO.1-THOROUGHBREDS.
- lies stallion 4-years old & over, 110
i'ad d- - db- do
Best stallion 3 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best staliion 2 years old and over,
2nd ' -do do d
Best staliion I year old and over,
2nd' do do- do
Best -eackli og-6taI:ion-coir; -2nd
dr do
Best mare 4 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Bert mart 3 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best mare 2 years old and over,
2nd- d do- de
Best filly l'year old and orer;
2nd do do do
Best suckling mare colt,
2nd do do I
Best brood mare, foal by her side,- 8
2nd do- do do 5
Awarding Committee A. S. Dickey,
John Lovell, Rev. C. W. Conrtright,
James Carr, and William A. McCon-.
nelL
CLASS A, NO.1-THOROUGHBREDS. CLASS A, No. 2-ROADSTERS.
(To be- shown in harness. Fbrm,
size,- style, endurance, and action to be
considered, rather than speed for short
distance.) -
Best BUllion 4 yea pi old and over,'
2nd do dcr- do
Best stallion 3 years old and over,-
IS
5
6
4
6
4
6
3
6
4
2nd do do do
Best mare 4 years old and over; -2nd
- do do do
Best mare 3 years old and over,
2nd do ' do do
Best brood mare, foal by her side,
2nd do do d"
Awarding Committee A. S. Dickey;
JoIB Lovell, Kev. C. W. Courtrighi,
James Carr, and William A HcCon-nsll.'i
CLASS A No 3-HORSES FOR ALL WORK
Best stallion over 4 yearv- IS
2nd do do - 6
Best stallion over 3;yer3,"
2nd do .do
Best-stallion over 2 ysars, .
tii do do
Best geltKag jorer 4 years,
tod' d do
Best gelding Aver 3 years,
2nd do- do
Best geWing over 2 years, -Sod
do ' do
Best yearling BtaUiob colt, - -2nd
do do
Best mare orer 4 years; -2nd
do do'
Best mare over 3 year?, -2nd
do do
Best mare over 2 years,- '
2nd do do
Best yearling mare colt,
2nd do do
Best brood mare, foal by ber side',
2nd do do do
Best stickling colt,
2nd do do
CLASS A No 3-HORSES FOR ALL WORK [...] Committee-William C.
ailey. Jamea Malrine, Jonathan
Thomas, Aaron Woodward, and Sam
uel Morry.
No animal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
this class, exoept Sweepstakes.
CLASS A, No. 4-HEAVY DRAUGHT.
Best stallion oyer 4 years, f 6
2ni do do 4
Jt . Ware cr gelding over 4 years, 5
2nd . do - do do 3
Beat pair draught horses or mares,
owned and worked together as a
pair, 8
2nd do do do 6
Awarding Cbbimittee William C.
Smiley, James Mulrine, Jonathan
Thomas, Aaroo Woodward, and Sam
uel Jlurry.
Capacity for draught animals mnst
be determined by act ft tf -test.
no antmw to receive aa sward or
premium ia more than one number of
this c!a8.
CLASS A, No. 4-HEAVY DRAUGHT. CLASS A, No. 5-HARNESS, &c.
Best pair match hoTses or mares, for
. light harness, to be owned by ex
hibitor 13
Sod do do do 5
Best ecMia or wore for sinsle bar
need, 5
2nd do do do 3
Best saddle e-eldrhi! 6r mare, 6
2nd .do do 4
Awarding Cotnmittee Carlos F. Shep
ard, Alfred Cunningham, Thomas llod
gen; Charles Lovell, Toirnsend li.
Simpson.
No animal to- receive an award or
pie mi a iff in more than one number of
ihis class, except Sweepstakes. .
CLASS A, No.6-SWEEPSTAKES.
Fastest trotting horse of mare, m har
ness or under 6addlff, . ?20
2nd do 6a do" 10
Fastest pacing horse or mare, iu har-",
ness or under saddle, 15
2nd do do do 10
Fastest walking horse or mare, 8
2nd do do do 5
No premium paid i "his class un
less the exhibition an'ff speed of the
animals are satisfactory to the Vow
rait tee-
En try fee in trotting match,- $2 00
Entry fee in pacing match, 1 50
Entry fee in walking match, 80
Sweepstakes confined to the county.
Walking match will take place on
thn 6PCon-i day of the Fair, at
30 o'clock, P. M. Pacing exhibition
on the same day at 3 o'clock, P. M.,and
the Trotting match on the third i&y of
the l air at 3 o clock, J. 31.
Awarding Committee Carlos F.Shep
ard, Alfred Cunningham. Thomas
Hodgen, Charles Lovell and Townsend
L. Simpson.
CLASS B.-MULES AND ASSES.
Best jack,
2nd do 5
Best pair of mules over 3 years, 6
2nd do do do 3
Best pair of mules over 2 years, 4
2nd do do do 3
3 est mule, 5
2nd do 3
Best yearling nrule colt, 3
2nd do do 2
Best suckling mule colt, 3
2nd do do 2
Awarding Committee Eli Shepard,
Robert Henderson, Freeman Stsott.
Benjamin G. ConTcwe,- and' JTufus D.
Cotton
CLASS C, No.1-SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham bull over 3 years, f8
2 ad da- do do 51
Best Dhrhaifi'Dull over 2ears, 4f
2nd do do do 2
Best Durham bull over 1 year-, 3
2nd do do da 2
Best Durham bull- ealfi V
2nd do. do" T
Best Durham' cow over 3 j ears, w 6
2nd do do do 4
Best Durham heifer over 2 years, 4
2ad do do do- 3
Best Curb am heifer over 1 ' yeflr. - 3
2nd do do do 2
Beet Dtrrliani heifer calf,- 2
2nd do dfr l'l
Awarding Committee; Isaiah' Kontl
son, Alexander Strong, Capt. Alexan
der HigginF, Benjamin F. Matsori, azfd
James McCue.
- No premiums awarded in this, sab
division of this class unless a swore
statenrcrrV ofthe- pedigree of the aoi
inal upon which the same1 is claimed be
posted upon or nearthe stall thereof.
CLASS C, No.1-SHORT HORNS. CLASS C, No.2-DEVONS.
Best bull over 3 years,
S8
5
4
2
3
2
2
1
6
4
4
2
3
2
2
r
Kenni-
2nd do
do
Best bull over
2nd do
Best bull over
2nd do
Best bull calf,
2nd do
Best cow over
; years,
do
rear,
d
3 vears,
2nd do
do
Best beifcr over 2 years,
2nd do do
Best heifer over 1 year,
2nd do do
Best heifer calf,
2nd -do
Awarding Committee Isaiah
son, Alexander S'rong, Capt. Alexan
der Higgins, Benjamin F. Matson, and
James McCue.
No-premium swarded in this sub
division of this class unless a sworn
statement of the pedigree of the ani
mal trpoa- which the same is claimed be
posted "upon ornear the stall thereof.
CLASS C, NO. 3--GRADEV STACK ; SHORT
HORN DURHAMS AND DEVONS.
Best bull over 3 years,'
2ad do do'
Beet- bull over 2 years",'
2nd dt do
Best bull o?er 1
86
4
3
2
2
year,
do dd '
Best bull calf,
2nd do
Best milch cow over 3 years,
2nd do 00
Best heifer over 2 years,
2nd do do
Best heifer over lyear,
2nd do do '
Bestbcifer calf
'2nd do
At&rdmg Committee L. D.
1
2
1
4
3
3
2
2
1
2
1
' R'ded,
Athens
Joho-Triplitt, Joseph Henry,
Co., Jobflr Strong, and Daaiel S. Wads-
worth;'
The particolsi- breed .of the Milch
Cow to be stated, if known, and the
method- of makirrg - the butter. The
cowto be tried at lekst two wiehs; the
quantity -of mrlk 'fdr each day 'stated,
and the method of feeding; an4 a-oer
tificate signed by the owner of the cow,
and at least one other person who as
sifted in milking and making the but
ter, detailing the above particulars, will
required ; the vow to be fed on grass
aVone, and tea days previous to the
trial.'
CLASS C, No. 4-FAT CATTLE.
Best fat bullock,-
2nd do''
Best yoke of work oxen,"
2nd d do
Best fat cow,
do
Best 4 yoke oxen from any one ir.
fnA An. Ar' An
" uu w
Awarding CammiUte L; ' D: ' Used,
John Tnplitt, Joseph Henry, Athens
U) Joan oirong, ana Daniel S. W ads
worth. Capacity fbi dfatight and working
qualities or Work Uxetf mutt be deter
lined by actra test, under the (uper
visicm of the Committee).
No animii in this ehta cast have
more than oho premium.
CLASS C, No. 4-FAT CATTLE. CLASS D.-SHEET.
Best JSeriho Back,- t
2nd do
Best three llefinff wcs,
inA rlrt
Best three rflerfso spring bttek lKmtn,' 3
2nd do' do 2
Best thfee merino spring ewe lambs, 3
2nd do do
Beat leicester buck,
2rM do
Best three leicjster ewes',
2iid do .
BBt three leicester ffpfii'g tack I'ba,
2i!& do do'
Best thfca fereetftcf spring ewe l'bs,
2nd do do
Best CbUswold buck.
2fiid do do
Best cottswold ewes, 3 in number,-
2ud do do do
Best southdown luck,
2nd . do do'
Best southdown ewes, 3 in nUmbei1,
2nd do do do
Best specimen mutton sheep. 3 in no., 5
zad do do do
Beet fleece of wool from buck,
2
1
2
. 1
Bu-
2nd do do
Best fleece of wool from ewe,
2nd do do
Awarding Committee Walter
chanan and Win B'. Shaw,- of Washing
to.ii County, Joseph AVngner, Samuel
Siilier, and William F. Woodward.
No sheep can take moro than
premium the same year.
one
3
CLASS C, No. 4-FAT CATTLE. CLASS D.-SHEET. CLASS E.-SWINE.
Best boar oi any k'lBd,
2nd do do
Best sow of any kind,
2nd do do
Best 5 pig between 3 and 6 monttis, 6
2nd do do do
Best specimen stock hogs not lest
than five,- ,
2nd- d'iJ' do do
Bost bow and litter of pigs, 6 or more, 6
2nd do do do l.
Awarding Committee- Oscar Sber
wood, Joseph J. Hensry, John Necly.
SZan.a8san keiser,' and li. f . Lambert.
No animal in this class can receive"
more thau one premium. .
4
5
3
6
CLASS C, No. 4-FAT CATTLE. CLASS D.-SHEET. CLASS E.-SWINE. CLASS F.-POULTRY.
Best pair of Polandei
SI
2nd do do
Best pair of Dorkings,
2nd do. do
Best pair of Shanghais,
. I
5bc
1
50c
1
50c
2nd do do
Best pair Cochin China,
2nd do do
Best pair of firahmas,
I
50c
2nd do do
Best pair White Leghorns,
1
50c
2nd do do
Beet pair Boadan fowls.
1
2nd do do
Best fl natives, cock-and1 S bans,
50c
1
Best pair ox turkeys;
2
2nd do do
1
t
Be6t pair of Guinea fowls,
Best Dair Pea fowls.
r
BesTdaplayporHtry otrhed'by exVr
3
2nd do do do
Best cage Canary birds,
Best cage Red birds,
Best pair Muscovia duclrs,
2nd do do
Best pair Native duds,'
2nd do do
1
1
r
I
50c
Awatding Committee Joseph A. rtel-
l.r, Capt C. M. Roberts, Jesse L. Hiatt,
Miss Onvte waiter and Miss' Carrie
MaTis.'
21
2d
21
I.'
SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G.-PLOWS.
Best plow for" general purposes;
2nd do do' do
Best treble shovel plow,
Best double do '
fa
3
2
Best side hill plowi 2
Best cultivator, 2
Aitcfding Committee John Gordon,
Charles H. Loughridge, Jephiha Doud
na, Isaac Harris and John Harris.
CLASS 3. FABU: IMPLEMENTS.
Best wagoi for form purposes, -2nd
do do
be9t spring wagon,
2nd do
best two horse harrow,
best roller,
best horse hay rake,
best straw' and hiy cutler,
2nd do dor
best chum,
2nd do',
best bee hive,'
85
3
5
3
1
1
2
3
2
1
50c
1
50c
50C
2
50c
3
2nd do
best hoc,
best ox- yoke and bows,'
best potatoe hbbk"j'
best sugar cane mill,
2nd do 2
best display of garden implements
owned by exhibitor, . 3
best display of farm implements
owbed by exhibitor, 5
Awarding Committee John Gordon,
Charles B. Loughridge, Jephtha Doud
na, Isaac Harris and John Harris.'
2d
21
2d
2J
2d
21
u
CLASS I-MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES.
T7BES.
BesCwageth harness Tor general use, 95
2nd dfc- do do 3
best carriage; h'sratss, 8
2nd do" 5
best idrSe.eollar, t
best waganwhipf; 1
best man's saddle1,' 3
2nd do 2
best lady's saddle, 3
2nd- do" 2
beet BitjjTsole leej, 1
2nd" do" 50c
best side- upper . leather - I
best calf skin -leather, 1
best kip skin leather, 1
pair men's coarse boots' 1
best pair men's fine boots," 2
best pair lady's slippers, I
best made coat, 2'
best made pants, 1
besttwo barrels (slackjwork) ' 2
best two bnrrels (tight- work) 1
best barrel flour, -- , 2
2nd do 1
best barrel salt j'- t J
bet barrel table sait) I
best grai n cradle, . I
2nd do. Mc
best carriage, made in county,' 5
2nd do do 3
best cook 'stove for wood, 2
best" do for coal, 2
best nest oak corn baskets, not less
than four in nurs'jer, 2
best display tin ware, to consist of
tin bucket, tin pan, tin tea kettle,
, manulaclurcd by exhibitor, 2
best rifle gun,
best washing machine,
beet panel door,-
2nd da
best window sash,
2nd do ,
best bureau, !
best bedstead,
Deal Cfiater Ublt, .4
best set of chairs,
best half dosen corn brooms,
best wool bat made in county;
best ftrf bat made in county,
best fiy brash (pea fowl feathers,)
best fixture for tying wool,
tost display of marble work,
Awarding Committee David L. Jen
kins, F. A. Porter, J. B. Goudy. Joseph
uceu sun wuu rf. jxiog.
2
. 1
1
We
,l
50e
a
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J. NO. 1 DOMEsJlC XARUrACtsif
Best specimen or grape wine,
Zd do XO
BOc
best specimen of torrant wine;
Dest 4 pounds rresn Duttef,
!d . do1 . . do'
best jar liay butter,
2d do
best cheese,
2d 6d . . '
best losT tt oread, and how made,
id ao do do
60o
best loaf brown bread, how made.
2d do do do 60c
best jar tftiince preserves,
2d do do 50c
best jar q-iiuce jelly, 1
2d do 50o
best iar tomato iellr. 1
d do v, . 60c
best jar currant jelly.-
21 do 50c
best sweet aople molassei ,
2d do do 50c
best jar apple butter,
best jar piykles,, 1
2d do . 50c
best preserved peaehes in cane or jars, 1
2d do do do 50c
best preserved plums in cans or jars,
best preserved cherries in cans or jars, 1
best preserved pears in cans or jars, 1
best preserved citrons, . 1
Awarding Committee Charles W.
Sluramey, J. D. 'Maris, Mrs. J. A. C.
Leland, Miss Lucy Whissen, Washing
ton Co., Mrs. Wm P. Spragua.
CLASS J, no. 2.
Best cabB'ed quinces, rihtcraT state, $1
za go - co
beet' do peachos,
2T . do do
best do plums,
best' do cherries,
best do apples,
best' do pears,
nest . do tomfcttas,
best box bency,'
2d do.. .
do 50c
do 1
do 50c
do 1
do 1
do 1
do 1
do' t
50c
best one half gallon maple molasses, 1
best gallon'sbrghum or cbuia sugar
cane syrup, . 50c
best 2 bams meat, atfrlibw cured, , 1
2d do do' dd
cue
best jar soap,
do
best box candles,
do
best box fancy bar soap,
50c,
1
.1
s
50c
1
1
1
Kenne-
do
best display home-made soap,
do do
beet gallon carbon oil,
best box resin soap,
best jar lard,
Awarding Committee En. M
ilr. John B' Ibarra. Misa Frank Leland.
Mrr. Ai i). Havener, and lliss Lizzie
WorralL
tl
1
CLASS J. No. 3.
BesVw'oen carbeft- S3
best' rag' carpet', 2
best pair double coverlet?, 2
heat home wrought rug, 2
pair woolen stockings,- I
pair woolen socks, 70c
Ave yards liner;- 2
bVstbed quilt, . 2,
2nd do ' 1
best fire yards fiadnet,- .. 2
do . 1
best rair main' home made blankets, 2
do do do 1
Ktaf fncttt t-ilai 1 KTortlrof a 9
. do do 1
l'aa siusua vtwusiviioi
best riece of cJctTEDt less than 5 yds. 3
do do (TO z
best piece cassTmcre notices than 5yds 3
. do do do 2
best plccb'of satinet not less than 5yds 2
do do' do 1
best pair woolen mittens,' 1
best Dair sincle co7erlets. 1
best pair cottod' stockingsl 1
best home-made counterpane, 1
st pair home made linen sheets. ' -
best linen table clo'h, 1
Awarding Committee Hon. Wia. P.
Sprague.E. J. Diatt, Miss Ellen Lough
ridge, Mrs. B. F. Matson, and Mr?.
Hannah Williams.
The foregoing articles must be man
factored in tho county.
CLASS J, No. 4.
Best silk bonnet in style & makiog, $3
best velvet bonnet, style and making 3
best trimmed straw bonnet, 2
best trimmed gimp hat, 1
best 'cap'iri'sCjnVcBd making, 1
best made dress, 3
best made shirt, 2
best worsted embroidery,'- -- 2
best silk embroidery. '2
embroidery on muslin-, ' 2
best embroidery on collar,' 1
befit specimen leather work) - 1
best skirt in'fatyle and makiag," 2
best embroidered skirt, 2
best crotenct wore, l
best pair lamp mats,"' 1
best tidy, 1
besfpair toilet mats, I
best wall bracket li
beet corner wall bracket. 1
Awarding Couimitlee Col. Geonrs 8.
Corhet; John Thomas, Hrs. Capt
George Henderson, Mrs.WHlia'ra'Bark
huhft; aA3 Mrs. Bath A.' Strong.
CLASS J, No. 4. FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K-FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS.
Best cbllectio'nr'bf fliwers,
2nd do do"
fl
50c
1
50c
50c
.1
50 c
1
1
60c
3
2
2
1
1
OO'c
best display green h onse' plants f
zna 00 ao
besrarrsnged Mquet
2nd do . dy '
best display dahlias,
2nd . do
best collefcGon of roses'
best aispray'of'wifx flowers,-'
zna , aj ao
best oil pdihtini,'
2nd do
best water color painting.'
Snd 'o dd
best specimen crayon drawing
2nd do ' do
best specimen pencil drawing,
2nd do do
best specimen penmnnship,
li
50c!
li
best specimen' Of printing, - 2
lad . do' . do 1
best display of photographs, " 2
2nd do do 1
J Awarding Committee Ttev. Henry
Cooper, Cbas. B. Swe'etland, Mrs. Mo
sea M. HoDaniel, Miss Lizzie Brown
and Miss Jane BrownelL
- Ail articles In this class must ba
Tiro
duced by exhibitor.
CLASS K-FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS. CLASS L.-FRUITS.
Best eight kinds fall apples,
2jnd 36' do
3rd ' do da
h'eet ten kinds wintof apoics,
2nd do do
3rd do' di
best display fall pears',-
2nd . . .do' ,
best display winter pears','
2nd do
best display quinces,
2nd do
best display peaches,
2nd do
best display of plums,
best display of grapes','
2nd do
best display fruit prdduced by exh'r,
2nd do do
3rd do do .
Awarding Committee Jam cs A. Adair.
Capt George J. Henderson. David
Spencer, Elwood E. Worrall and David
Petty.
JM ot to exceed 5 apples of each kind.
All articles in this class must be
produce j by the exhibitor, named
labeled.
and
5
1
3
.9
4
3
1
CLASS K-FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS. CLASS L.-FRUITS. CLASS M.-VEGETABLES.
Bast $ bush. Neshanock Potatoos,
do white peaeh blow do
do buckeye do
do early rose do
do of any other variety,
best display sweet potatoes.
2nd do . . do
best display cabbages not less 3 hds.
2nd do do
best display turnips, 1 bushel,
2nd do do
best display onions. 1 peck,
2nd do do .
best display tomatoes.-1 peck,-
2bT do do
best display of beets, 12 in No,
2nd do do
best display winter squashes 3" in No.
2nd do , do m ,t
best display cauliflower, 3 heads,
2nd do do .
best display pucipkins, 5 in No.,
2nd do do
befit' display pepper and stalk,
2nd do do
1
50c
1
503
best display seedling'pofatoes for 71.
best display 5 citron's,,
best display kidney beans, peck,
best display lima beans, peck,
best display vegetables,-
2nd do
Awarding Committee William Brown,
ames Farr, Benton Durbin, Charles
Hambleton and George W. Conklin.
11
1
1
1
1
2
t
1
60c
1
50c
1
60c
1
60c
t
60c
1
50c
1
50c
T
1
1
1
2
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CLASS N.-FARM PRODUCTS, GRAIN IN
BUSHEL.
Best bushel of white wheat.
12
1
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r
1
50c
I
50c
r
1
2nd do do
of sit bushel of re'3J wheat,
2nd . do tib'
be"st bushel rye,
2nd do
best bushel oats,'
2nd do' . ,
best bunhel stfflng barley, .
best busliel f til barley, '
best bushel ndian corn ra ear,
2nd do' do
best bushel of bitx'wVs'at',
2 ad do do'
best bushel fluxsoed,
best bushel timothy seed,
1
I
60c
I
2nd do do
50i
2 1
50c
50o
1
1
best bushel clover seed,
2nd do do
best display pop corn,
bost display sweet corn.
best I bushel while beans, .
best ten pounds of hops.
best specimen leaf tobacco.
ii-.t
less than five hauda, 2
2ud do do do 1
. Awarding CommitOeStmucl Gille
landJDajfrid Longstreth, W. H. Ham
mond, Joh'c'Mctzjar aud William S
Bozman
r
Class C-Field Crops.
Best acre of wheat, not less than
35 bush, to the'acre,
21 do do do
best acre Indian com, not less
than 10O bu-h. tolho acre,
2d do do do
beet acre of fall barley not less
than 40 bush, to the acre,
2d do do' do
best acre spring barley,' cot less
, . than 40 buab. to the acre
2d do do' do
best aero of rye, not' less 'than' 20
bus'h-.'to the acfbj'
2d do do do"
best aciri oata; net less'thaii'401
bush, to the acre,
2d do . db" do ,
bc6t acre of buckwheat, rj'bt' less
than 40 bush, to tho acre,
2d . do do ' do
bcsicrp Irish potatoes, not lees
than 1-2 acre,
2d do do ( do
bost crop sweet pctatocs, not less
than 1-4 acre,
2d do do do
bent crop clover eeod, not less'
than one acre,''
" 2d do doJ da
best crop timothy seed; not lees
than 1-2 acre,
2d do do do
best 1-4 acre tur'nips,
2d do . .
best 1-4 acre f eld beans','
2d do dd t
beet 1-4 sere field 'peas, '
2d do do
best 1-2 acre flax seed.
2d
do
best 1-4 acre onions,
2d do
befit half acre broom 'corn,' '
2d . do
bestl-4 acre carrd'ls, '
2d do
best 1-4 acre field boots,
2d .iV
best 1 4 acre hops, with- full ac
count of cultivation' 'and pre
servation", 2
Premiums ia"thiB 'dass tor' be
awarded at the1 meeting of the di
rectors, in ' M cCon nelsv il le, on ' the
20th. ;day of November next.
The board require tne following
statements to be furnished by ap
plicants for premiums' on Field
Crops.
1. The lacd shall be measured
by some .competent persou, who
shall make affidavit of the accuracy
of the measurement, and the quan
tity of ground.
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2. Tha applicant shall make affl
davis according to the forms annex
ed, to the quantity of grain or veg
etables contained in the same
raised on the ground (entered on
the SecreUry's books.) which affl.
davit must accompany the applica
tion fdr premiums, togother with a
1 .
.sampie or me prooacis.
ai ,main ooject 01 tne society
oeing to promote prontaole cultiva
tion, it does not propose to offer
premiums for crops produced by
extravagant expenditure; therefore
a detailed, certified account of the
expenses of cultivation must be
made. The expense of labor and
manure should be, particularly sta
ted, and tho kind of manure u-ed.
The statement must be in the fol
lowing form:
To loa.li) manure, til S per load, $
To days' plowing, at S per day, S
Jo days labor, at $ per day $
jo days harvesting, st ) per day $
To days niarketinz. $
Aud thus each iteiri of expenso In
curred in the cultivation and mar
keting dt the various crops upon
which premiums are applied for.
must be fully stated. Tho kind and
condition of the soil; the quantity
and kind! ot seed used; the time ana
mode of putting it in the ground,
should be particularly stated. Sam
ples of grain and vegetables pro
duced, to be exhibited at the Fair
where practicable, and also to be
sent to the rooms of the Board at
the meeting on the 2t)th of Nbvem
bf next
3. All the grain grown on the
entire piece ot fund measured, must
be either all weighed or measured,
ac'd not the product of a square rod
or two weighed, and the remainder"
guesseu at.
FORMS OF AFFIDAVITS.
Morgan County, ss- A. B., be
ing duly sworn', says he accurately
measured the laud upon which C.
D. raised a crop of the past
eeaf'oD, and tho quantity of land is
acres' and no more. Sworn to
Before me, this day of 1871.
. , '- Justice.
, Morgan Coonty, aa- C. D. being
1,i,y.8w.orn" W8, lht n raised a
crop' of -the past season, upon
the land measured By A. B. and the
qhariity raised thereon w
bLshcIs, ariil no' more, weighed (or
meandred in a seared half bushel
a's the cae rii'ay bo,) ' and that' thai
staterrjents'iu" regard to the to'au'u'er
of cultivation, etc., are correct to'
Hie best pt his k QQwledge. Sworn
before
Lie, thio-
iay ol-
71.
-Juslice.
Discretionary.
This ctasa'to co5s!n 61 a-rtic1es'f
.V...T.'- -'!'
of lli'e fbrego'ing classes, and on
kujiu uu ururmion i man a in miv
uica premiums or such other
awards will be rel-oui mended by the
Comniittee. or.lv in thir ImnL-s
subject' the approval pf'the Board
rif JDirec'toriTat their first moe'tiugl
alter ino r:r. .
2)icretioT.hirr Ci,mmittr frnV
f3trrall. Jacob. Dearth. Georc-e H.
Matacnj Miss Lliea l'inVerton. Mrs.
II. L. Jones, and Mrs? U. V. Conk
lin. .. ..
Equestrianism.
Best of lemale equestri
anism' i-welrv or silverware to
amount of 15:
2d ; do do do 13
.This exliibition to take plaee.on'
Friday.ilho last day of tho Faiiy
at 1J o'docTr, P. M. and the' awards
to be determined bv the rcerits of
htoae, grace, nnd comeliness' of the
equestriennes.
Alcurding Committee. J oha"Bucki
W.m. B. Sbaw( Vashingtoa Co., E.
M. Stanbery, Arthur Fond, and
Addison' Hiiines.
li is'iniportant that the Commit
tees selected to fill the foregoing
positions should be present louis-
i-hurge the duties assigned to them,
and thereby promote the interest
in the extHMtidn' and enhance the
object for which the Society wa
formed, and the Board of Directors
are laboring so earnestly and eeal-
ously to maintain. But when it is
impossible for any member ofthe
above Committees to be present af
the f airbey are requested to noti
fy the Secretary as early as they
nan of the same, that other peraoits.
may do seiectea to nil tneir p'fets.
Premiums will not be awarded in'
any of tho' foregoing classes unless
the Judges deem the animal or arti
cle meritorious. The Committees
arv rcuvoo.ou iu par uariivuiar ati
ten 110 a u uis requirement, ana act
accordingly
A number' of wells of good water
wui oe iouna upon tne gronnas tor
the benefit of visitors aud exhibi
tors of stock.' t A'lso ample and com
modloas Halls.fpy tho exhibition ot
Fancy and Domestic articles and
Manufactures, Fruits, Vege tablet)
kc, and suitable Stalls and ..Fer.f
provided for all animals bririgbt
for exhibition.'. . i
.An effective Police force will be
kept on the grounds day and night'
thereby insurvng tne safety of all
articles on exhibition
An extra fee cf Fiftr cents will
be charged fdr the use of the Box
outiia upon iue grouuus, wun.-n
were erected"' ibr'1 the a bo of Stall
ions. t t
, Entries may jbe made at any
time before t,be Fair -with the JSec
retary, at the Book Store, in?Xc
Connelsville, and at the Fair
Grounds until the close of the first
day of tbe Fair.
An election Jbr President and
Vice President each, to serve one
year, and. four Managers, to se'rye
two years,, will be held on the after
noon of Friday ,Jtbe last day of the
Fair, at the Secretary's Office, on
the Grounds.
JAMES A.'McCONNEL,' .
, . Presideat.
JOHN'S.' ADAIR, SecreUry.
BtSIXESS CARDS.
KEW BOOT a SnOE SUOf!
JAMES KILET has
opened out a New Boot & Shoe Shop
- 1 - t' ir .. 1
opposite v. - aiumm-y a urw-irj.
Store, on Center Street, McCornels-
ville. Ohio, where he is now ready lor
anv and all calls relative to his line of
business.' Special attention given to
Cobbling, and to the manufacture,
per order, of Boots A Sbos. A FIT
always warrantea. iprn- iuiy.
Wbol Willow Bsskst. the rery r-
jticle rou desire, at Stone s.
HVf AUrKUTUaaJKECT.
v. a. uvu.
o. r. was.
y.b. Lewis & co.,
iIALES IV
as-
FARM IMpifiid'ENTS, SEEDS,
And Sole Agents For The
BUCKEYE MOWEft!
AND
SMITH'S CAST CAST-STEEL
PLOWS,
Xo. 65 Main Street,
ZANES TIL LE, GHIQ.
V.
B. Lewis
CO.,
Ara Gsoaral
Aro ia u Uatkiasmm
6.
Valla
for Uisal of th
ciiEBBAtELV
-a
CANTON
?T7
is
1,
tS-Tba 0 daat Maabins oa the Couti
ull! WTh Bssl Maohin cn the Coati
naat I ! I
.Tha IjghtMt Draft .TtfasSln
the Coutinsit ! I !
t$. 1 1 is unaurpsssrd aa a Mowsr or
Keaper 1 ! 1 1 f
CAN'T BE BEAT
or E R
1 V (f , 0 6 0
Of these Machine "in etje in the U
sited States will make it in
terestmr for a live, res
ponsible Agent, in ei
tfaer'tbe town 'of
McCONNELSYlLLB e MALTA,
For the Sale of this
CEZ'ESEA TEti'AtACniSE f
JTon Othtri Sied Apply.
ADOKISS
V. B. LEWIS & CO.,
ZANESVILLE, OHIO.
Ic additien to, the large 'line of Ag-
rfeultural Implaments, w wnb
to eau tbe sttentiop 01 rsuu.
ders to our largi line
or
BuHoing
-
Hardware,
FIREFBON'TS,
CAEPESTEirs TOOLS,
Our Prices are as L0WASTHE
LOWEST !
. V.B. LEWIS & CO.,
65 Main Street, Zanesvxlle, Ohio.
May 2C( 4w.
el
CfttOTES & BAKES.
ir e hi
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&
HARM R ' S
MACHINES
Wart awarded Ibe.-liifihest Prtmiamjat
lie HtaU Fans of
New York,
Vermont,
New Jersey,'
ronnsylvania,'
Ohio,
Indiana,
Miohigan,
Wisconsin
and IowaV
Kectooky,
Tennessee,
Missouri,' "
i Alabama,
MissiaSippt,'
Virginia','
orth Carolims,
California,
and Oregon.-
rize 3
Bavtalse brso aard these ifacLiws'
at tbe s!iibitious uf
LONDON,-
rAH13,
CUELINy
LINZ,
EE-3ANCON,'
BAYONNE,
ST.DIZIEK,
4 CHALONS.'"
f f ?' i $ ? ? ? t
TDa,wyrt fi,"nfl5 CROSS""
OF TUSLKUION 01 H0N03, was
eooftrrad oa tbe repretentativ of the .
Orever k Baker Sawing "II acbinra, at tbe
Kxpoaitioo Uorvarsalla, Paris, 1601, thoe.
attastiof their frsat wpenority over all
other Swiog kacbioee.
i i 4 . i ir i fek
roiNTS
OF EXCELLENCE :
gimty and SHiutieity StUk.
PtrfMtie and Simplicity ef Jiaekinery.
N fattening if tn by hand rnnd ns
icxur of inrtatu
Wide rrnift f application toUAoui tkafjt
1 aafiatnunt.
The MSB ratiia Its beauty ap4 firmcesa
alter washisg and iroDiof.
Besides doiDf- all kinds of. wlrk done by
otbet Sawing maebioes lbs Elastic Siitcb
macbioe execotrs tbe nosf bea-atilulaad
permanent Euibroidery aad ornament-
work.
ALEX,FlNLEY is the Goneral '
Agent for the sale of tho Grover Sc
Baker Shuttle or Lock. Stitch Ma
chine and the Elastic btitch or
Two Spool Machine, in- the coun.
ties of Morgaii.jAthehs,' and Hock
ing, and has his traveling Agents,
all through these counties. Any
persons wishing a r8t-cass Sew
ing Machine, just what is needed
for family use, should call on Mr.
Finley or ne of bis Agents.
May 12, 1871 ff.'

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