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THE INDEPENDENT.
M'COKNELSVILLE I
FRIPAT, ... Sept. 15!h, ISTI.
Prohibition
STATE TICKET.
FOR OOTKRN01,
CIDEOX T. STEWART, of Huron.
FOR MEUT. GOVKRKOR,
r. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana.
FOR 8PPEEME JCHUR,
SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga.
FOR TRBA6UREB,
1 IIOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware.
FOB ATTORNEY OF.NERAL,
J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking.
PR 8TATS COMXISSIOKER OF COM. SCHOOLS,
DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens.
FOR CLKRK OF 6UPRKXE COURT.
ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan.
FOR AUDITOR PF BTATR,
W. B.CHADVICK,of.Franklin.
trbil!(lon Senatorial Tlck-et-14ttt
District.
For Senator.
WILLIAM PENROSE,
of Washington County.
Morgan County Prcliibitlen
Ticket.
Fop Representative.
DAVID MUMMEY.
Fop Auditor,
THOMAS HAMMOND.
For Clerk of the Court,
JAMES A . N E E L E Y .
- For Sheriff,
aMJ8 D. MARIS.
For Commissioner,
HOB ER T LUTTO S,
For Infirmary Director,
II . P. DEARBORN.
For Coroner,
WILLIAM Cl'PPY.
YTHbblBglon County Prohibi
tion Ticket.
For Representative.
L. L. FAY.
For Treasurer,
E.F.SMITTI.
For Clerk of the Conrt,
s. c. n. smth.
For Proaecntiusf Attorney.
JAMES ROSS.
For Commissioner, Long Term,
AMES KING.
For Commissioner, Short Term.
JOHN POTTER.
For Infirmary Director,
ENOCH DYE.
For Surveyor,
CHARLES E. GARD.
Alberts Connly ProbtblUtlon
Ticket.
For Representative.
DR. GO. S ED WICK.
Eor Auditor,
F. A. McVAY.
For Treasnrer,
CHARLES DO AN.
For Sheriff,
THOMAS LOVELL.
For Proseeuting Attorney,
W. A. THOHAS.
For Commissioner,
JOHN BUCK.
Fr f-oroner,
A. J. LEONARD.
Mel? County Prohibition
Ticket.
Fr Representative,
C;J. KNAVE.
Eor Auditor.
R. P. BROOKS.
For Proterntino? Attorney,
ARTflURMKRRILL."
Fr Sheriff.
J. F. HOPKINS.
For Commissioner,
S R. CAVENDKR.
For Ir.fi'cirT Director,
OWEN THOMAS.
BTiMSoK.tbe editor of the Marietta Regis
Ut, and the Republican candidate for the
State Senate, in his last week's paper at
tempts to work an injury to the Prohibi
tion ceuie by saying that the editor, of this
paper is a Democrat, and that the whole
matter is bnt a Democratic trick. Mr.
Etimson knows better ibau this, knows that
we have not Toted a Democratic ticket
riiice 1888, and be also knows that we are
as hostile to the Democrats as to the Re
publicans. TLe trouble with Stimson is
that the time for his playing temperance
one day, and lager beer and whisky the
next, is past.
On the 4th, the Prohibition ists
cf Meigs County Dominated a Coun
ty ticket hi follows : For Repre-.
pentative, O. J. Knave; Auditor, R.
P. Brooks; Prosecuting Attorney,
Arthur Merrill; Sheriff," J. F. Hop
kins; Commissioner. S. R. Calen
der, Infirmary Director. Owen
Thomas. Thus it goee throughout
the State. Organization is being
effected in every quarter,
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED BY THE
MORGAN COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
AT THEIR
NINETEENTH ANNUAL FAIR,
TO BE HELD AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS,
Near McConnelsville,
ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY,
September 27th, 28th and 29th, 1871.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Any resident of Morgan county may be
come a member ol the Soeiety upon the" pay
ment of one dollar annua'ly, and will be en
titled to enter as many articles for competi
tion as he or she mny desire for themselves,
for the female members of their family, and
all males uader twenty-one years of age.
Any violation or departure from the last
clause of the above rule will subject the for
feiture of all premiums awarded by any of
the Committees.
No animal to be entered in the name of any
other than the bona fide owner. Should any
be entered otherwise they will not be allow
ed to receive a premium although awarded
by the judges.
All entries MUST be mndo prior to the sec
ond day of the Fair, as the Kntry Hocks will
close on the evening of the first day of the
same, aud will not be kept open throughout
the forenoon of the second day, as hereto
fore. All animals and articles fur exhibition
should be on the Grounds by 9 o'clock, A. SI.
of the second day of the Fair, or they cannot
compete for premiums, and Awanlin; Com
mittees are requested to report themselves
tor duty as near that time as practicable.
All animals or articles to be exhibited
shall be entered upon the Secretary's books
before they are placed within the enclosure.
No person who is an exhibitor can act as
judge on the class In which be is a competi
tor. No person will be allowed to interfere with
the judges during their adjudications, and
any person, who by ietter ur otherwise, at
tempts an inter fen ice with them, will be ex
cluded fmm competition.
Furity of bluoil, j eftnMMied br pedigree.
syiuuietrj , sir., early maturity, and svurral j
characteristics of the several breeds of ani
mals to ie considered, and the judsres will
make proper allowance for age, lecdiug and
other circumstances.
No awarding committee ehall award anv
discretionary premiums. WheEevernrticles
of superior merit are exhibited for which no
premiums have been effercd, the awarding
committee shall enter t!:e same cn their book
of awards, so that the Secretary niy report
the same to the Board for further action.
Awarding committees mu.-t not attach
premium cards to articles for which no pre
miums are offered, but will make rcm:irksor
recommendations in their books enposite the
articl s, as in their judgement the'smne mar
its, whether premium, premium recommen
ded, or diploma, learin? the same to be
adopted I17 the Board of Directors, or other
wise, as they may d: termin.
Inasmuch as persons will differ in jiuK'o
mcnt.as to t!ie respective excellence of arti
cles 01 ai;iiu:tls exhibited, it is to be honed
that no improper manifestations offering
on the part 01 the disanpointed competitors,
or their friends, wi.l be exhibited to the
a warding committee.
All articles oli'ered for premium must be
owned by the persons cfl'ori-ig the same, or
by members of ihcir families'; and products
of the soil, or manufactured articles, must
be produced or manufactured in the countv.
FIRST DEPARTMENT.
(No. Unsound Animal to receive a Premium
in any Class)
CLASS A, NO. 1—THOROUGHBREDS.
Best stallion 4 years old & over, $10
2nd do do do 6
Best stallion 3 years old and over, S
2nd do co do
Best stallion 2 years old ami over,
2nd do do do
Best stallion I year old and over,
2nd do do do
Best sncUing stallion colt,
2ud do do
Best mare 4 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best msre 3 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best mare 2 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best filly 1 year old and over,
2nd do do do
Beet suckling mare colt,
2nd do do
Best brood mare, foal by her side,
2nd do do do
Aicardinq Committee A. S. Dickey,
John Lovell, Rev. C. W. Courtright,
James Carr, and Wiiliam A. McCou-nell.
CLASS A, NO. 2—ROADSTERS.
(To be shown in harness. Form,
size, style, endurance, and action to be
considered, rather than speed for short
distance.)
Best stallion 4 ycara old and over,
2nd do do do
?8
5
G
4
C
Best stallion 3 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best mare 4 years old and over,
2nd do do do
Best maro 3 years old and over,
2nd do do do
4
5
3
6
4
Best brood mare, foal by her sde,
2nd do do dn
Awarding Committee . S. Dickey,
John Lovell, Rev. U. W. Courtrighi,
James Carr, aud William A. MeCm-
nell.
CLASS A, KO. 3 HORSES FOB ALL WORK.
Best stallion over 4 years, 3
2nd do do 5
Best stallion over 3 vears, 5
2nd do do 3
Best stallion over 2 years, 4
2nd do do 3
Best gelding over 4 years, 2
2nd do do 2
Best gelding over 3 years,
.tA An An
Best trebling over 2 years,
2ad do do
Best yearling stallion colt,
2nd do do
Best mare over 4 years,
2nd do do
Best mare over 3 years,
2nd do do
Best inaro over 2 years,
2nd do do
Best yearling mare colt,
2nd do do
Best brood marc, foal by her side,
2nd do do do
Best suckling colt,
2nd do do
Awarding Committee William
C.
Smiley, James Mulrine, Jonathan
Thomas, Aaron Woodward, aud Sam
uel Murry.
JSo animal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
this class, except Sweepstakes.
CLASS A, NO. 4 HEAVY DBAUQRT.
Best stallion over 4 years, $G
9r.A An An
4
Best mare or gelding over 4 years,
5
2nd do do do
Best pair draught horses or mares,
owned and worked together as a
pair, 8
2nd do do do 5
Awarding Committee William C.
Smiley, James lilulrinc, Jonathan
Thomas, Aarou Woodward, and Sam
uel Murry.
Capacitv for draught animals must
be determined by actual test.
No animal to receive an award or
nrcmium in more than one number of
this class. -
CLASS A, NO. 5 HARNESS, AC.
Best pair match horses or mares, for
light harness, to be owned by ex
hibitor, S3
2nd do do do 5
Best gelding or mare for single har
ness, 5
2nd do do do 3
Best saddle gelding or mare, 6
2nd do do 4
Awarding Committee Carlos F. Shcp
ard, Alfred Cunningham, Thomas Hod
gen, Charles Lovell, Towosend L.
Simpson.
No animal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
this class, except Sweepstakes.
CLASS A, NO. 6—SWEEPSTAKES.
Fastest trotting horse or mare, in har
ness or under saddle, $20
2nd do do do 10
Fastest pacing horse or mare, in har
ness or under saddle, 15
2nd do do do 10
Fastest walking horse or mare, 8
2nd do do do 5
No premiam paid in this class un
less the exhibition and speed of the
animals are satisfactory to the Com
mi I tee.
Entry fee in trotting match, ?2 00
Entry fee in pacing match, 1 50
.Entry fee in walking match, 80
Sweepstakes confined to tho county.
Walking match will take place on
tho second day of the Fair, at
1 :30 o'clock:, P. M. Pacing exhibition
on the same day at 3 o'clock, P. AL.and
the Trotting match on the third day of
the Fair at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Awarding Committee Carlos F.Shep
ard, Alfred Cunningham, Thomas
Ilodgcu, Charles Lovell and Townsend
L. Simpson.
CLASS B.—MULES AND ASSES.
Best jack, 58
2nd do 5
Best pair of mules over 3 years, 6
2nd do d-s tlo 3
Best pair of mules over 2 years,
2nd do do do
Best mule,
2nd do
Best yearling mule colt,
2nd do do
Best suckling mule colt,
2nd do do
Awarding Committee Eli Shepard,
Robert Hendernon, Freeman Scott,
Benjamin G. Couverse, and Rufus D.
Cotton.
4
3
5
3
3
2
3
2
CLASS C, NO. 1—SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham bull over 3 years, S3
2.id do co do 5
Best Durham bull over 2 years, 4
2nd do do "do 2
Best Durham bull over 1 year, 3
2nd . do do do 2
Best Durham bull calf, 2
2nd do do 1
Best Durham cow over 3 years, C
2nd do do do 4
Best Durham heifer over 2 years,
2nd do do - do
Best Durham heifer over 1 year,
2nd do do do
Best Durham heifer calf, !
2nd do . do 1
Awarding Committee Isaiah Konni
son, Alexander strong, dipt. Alexan
der Iiig2in, Benjamin F. Matson,
and
James WcCue.
No premiums awarded in this sub
division or this class unless a sworn
statement of tho pedigree of the ani
mal upon which the same is claimed be
posted upon or nw'r tho stall thereof.
CLASS C KO. 2 DEVON'S.
Best bull over 3 years, ?S
2nd do do .
Best bull over 2 years,
2nd do do
Best bull over 1 year, " 3
2nd do do 2
Beht bull calf, 2
2nd do 1
Best cow over 3 years, C
2nd do do 4
Best heifer over 2 years, 4
2nd do do 2
Best heifer over 1 year, 3
2nd - do do 2
Best heirer calf, 2
2nd do 1
Awarding Committee Isnn'j Kanni
son, Alexander Strong, Capt. Alcxan
dor fJigjiin Benjamin F. JIatson, and
James McCuc.
No premium awarded in this sub
division of this class unless a sworn
statement of the pedigree of the ani
mal upon which the same is chimed be
posted npon or near the stall thereof.
CLASS C, SO. 3 GRADED STOCK; SHORT
HORN DrRUAVS a?:d dlyons.
Best bull over three years.
2d do do do
4
3
2
2
1
2
1
4
3
3
2
2
I
2
1
best bull over 2 years,
2d do do
tost bull over 1 year,
2d do
best bull calf,
2d do
best milch cow over 3
2d do do
years,
do
best heifer over 2 years,
2d do do
best heifer over 1 year,
2d do do
best heifer calf,
2d do
Awarding Cvmmitlee L. T. Heed, Jno.
Triplitt, Joseph Henry, Athens Co.,
John Strong, and Dauiel b. Wads
woi th.
The particular breed of the milch
cow to be 6Uted, if known, and the
method of btitnmj tho butter. The
cow to be tried at least two weo'ts, the
quantity of milk for each day stated,
and the method of feeding, and a cer
tificate signed by the owner cf the cow,
and n.t least one other person, who
assisted in milking and making the
butter, detailing the above particulars,
will be required; the cow to bo fed on
gras3 5,1 one, and ten days previous to
the tiial.
4
:
3
3
2
5
4
2
CLASS C, NO. 4—FAT CATTLE.
Best fat buHock, $ 3
'id do 3
best yoke of work oxen, 5
2d do do 3
best fat cow, 4
2d do 2
best 4 yoke oxen from any one tp., 10
2d do do do 8
Awarding Committee L. D. Eeed, Jno.
Triplitt, Joseph IJenry, Athens Co.,
John Strong, and Daniel S. Wads
worth. Capacity for draught nnd working
qualities of work oxen niuat be deter
mined by actual test, under thesupjer
vision ol the Committee.
No animal in this class can hare
more than one premium.
CLASS D—SHEEP.
Eest nierinobuck, $0
2d do 4
best three merino ewes, 6
2d do 4
best three merino spring buck lambs, 3
2d do do do
bes three meriuo spring ewe lambs,
2d do uo do
best Leicester buck,
2d do
best trhee Leiscster'ewej,
2d do do
best three leicester spring buck Vb3, 3
2d do do do 2
best three leicester spring eo l'bs, 3
2d do uo do
best cottswold buck,
2d do do
best cottswold ewes, 3 in number,
2d do do do
best southdown buck,
2d do do
best southdown ewes, 3 in number,
2d ' do do do
best specimen mutton sheen, 3 in no., 5
2d do do do 3
best fleece of wool from buck, 2
2d do do I
best fleece of wool from ewe, 2"
2d Co do 1
Awarding Gmmltlce Walter Buchan
an, and William Jj. Shaw, of Washing
ton County, Joseph Wasner, Samuel
Miller, and Win. t Woodward.
No sheep can take more than one
premium the same year.
class e swixe.
Eest hour of any kind, ?5
2d do do 4
best sow of any kind, 5
2d do 3
best 5 pigs between 3 and C months, 6
2d do do do 4
best specimen stock hogs, nut less
than five, 6
2d do do do 4
best sow and litter of pigs, 6 or more, 6
2d do do do 4
Atcardiny Committee Oscar 8her
wood, Joseph J. llenery, John Xeely,
Manassah Reiser, and B. F. Lambert.
Xo animal in this class can receive
more than one premium.
2d
2d
2d
CLASS F—POULTRY.
Best pair of Tolands, $1
2d do 00c
best pair of Dorkings, 1
2d do 50c
best pair of Shanghais, 1
2d do 50c
best pair of Cochin China, 1
do do 50c
best pair of Brahmas, 1
do 50c
best pair W hite Leghorns, 1
do do 50c
best pair Iloudan fowls, 1
do 50o
best 6 natives cock and 5 hens, 1
2d
2d
best pair of turkeys,
2d do
best pair of Guinea fowls,
best pair pea fowls,
best display poultry owned by exh'r,
2d do do do
1.50
best cage canary birds,
best cage red birds,
best pair Muscovia ducks,
2d do do
J
j
5r)e
oest pair native ducks, j
iA do fific
Awarding Committee Joseph A.Kel
ly, pt. C. tl. Kobcrts, Jesse L. ITiatt,
Miss Olive Walter and JIus Carrie
Mans.
2
i
1
1
3
SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G—PLOWS.
Best plow tor general purposes, $5
2d do do dd 3
best treble shovel plow, 2
best double do 2
best side-lull plow, 2
eest cultivator, 2
Awarding Committee John Gor
don, Charles II. Longhridge, Jeph-
nia lynu-ina, Isaac Harris, and
John Ilflrri?.
CLASS H FAR IlirLIMKN'TS.
Best wagon for farm purposes, S3
2d do do do 3
best spring wagou, 5
2d do 3
bost two-horse harrow, 1
best roller, 1
best horso bay rake, 2
best etraw and bav cutter, 3
2d do do 2
best churn 1
21 do 50c
best bee-hive, 1
2d do 50c
best hoe, 50o
best ox yoke and bows, 2
best potato hook, 60c
he3t sugar cane mill, 3
2d do 2
best display garden implements
owned by exhibitor, 3
best display farm implements
owned by exhibitor, 5
Aicardivs Committee John Gordon,
Charles H. Longhridge, Jephtha Dond-
na, Isaac Harris and John Harris.
CLASS 1 MKCU.IXICS AD MASVFACTCRKS.
Best wsgort harness for general use, 85
2d "do da do 3
best carriage harness, 8
2d do S
best horse collar, 2
best wagon whin. 1
best man '3 saddle. 3
2d do 2
bcBt lady's"Badlle, 3
2d do 2
best 'sideaola leather. 1
2d do 50c
best side upper leather, 1
best calf skin leather, 1
best kip skin leather, 1
best pair men's coarse boots, 1
best pair men's'line boots, 2
best pair lady s slippers, J
nesimaue coat, z
best made pants, '
oest two barrels, t'glit worK,
best two barrels, black work, 1
best barrel flour, 2
2d do 1
best barrel salt, 1
best barrel table salt, 1
bent grain cradle, I
2d do 50c
best Carriage made in countv, . 5
2d do 3
best cook store for wood, 2
best co forcoiil,
Leanest oak corn baskets, no'. less thun
four in n;im!ur. 2
best display tin T.-are, to consist of tin
bucket, tin pan, tin tea ketn
manufactured by exhibitor.
beet ride gun,
best washing machine,
best panel door,
do
best window sash,
do
best bureau,
best leistoad,
best center table,
best set of chairs,
best half dozen corn broems.
host wool h&t inatle in county,
best fur hat made in county,
belt fly brush, pea fowl lumbers,
best fixture for lying wool,
best display marble work.
Awarding Committee David L Jeniins,
A. Porter, J. B. Goudy, Joseph Keed
Job J. King.
3
2
1
1
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J, NO. 1—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
Best specimen of zrapa wine, f 1
2l do do 50;
bost specimen of currrant wine, 1
bost 4 pounds fresh butter, 2
2d do uo 1
best jar May bultcr, 2
2d do 1
bost cheese, 2
2d do 1
bvstloaf cf bread, an J how made, I
2d do do do 50c
best loaf brown breud, how made, 1
do do do 5C;
bust jar quince preserves, 1
2d do do 50c
b?6t jar quince jidly, 1
21 do 50e
best jar tomato jelly, 1
2d do 50c
best jar currant jelly, 1
2d do 50o
beat sweet apple molasses, I
2d do do 50e
bost jar apple butter, 1
best jar pickles, 1
2d do 50c
best preserved peaches, in cans
or jars, 1
2d do do do t59c
best prosorved plums, cbds or jars, 1
best preserved cherries, in cans
or jars, 1
best preserved pears in cans or
jars, 1
bost preserved citrons, 1
Awarding Committee Charles W.
Mummey, J. D. ilaris, ilrs. J. A. C.
Leland, iliss Lucy Whisacn, Wash-
ington Co., nd Jlrs. Wm. 1.
CLASS J, NO. 2.
Best canned quinces, nat. state,
ei
2d do do do 50c
bost do peaches, do 1
do Jo do 50c
bost do plum3, do 1
best do cherries, do 1
bost do apples, do 1
best do pears, do 1
best do tomatoes; do 1
best box honey, 1
do 50o
best one-half gallon maple mo
lasses, 1
best gallon sorghum or china sugar-cane
syrup, 50c
best 2 hams meat, how cured, 1
do do do 50c
best jar soap, 1
do 50j
best box candles; 1
do 50c
best box fancy bar soap, 1
do do 50c
bost display home-made soap, 1
do do 50o
best gallon carbon oil, 1
best box resin soap, 1
best jar lard, 1
Awarding Committee Ed. M. Ken
nedy, John B. Farra, Miss Frank
Leland, Mrs. A. D. Havener, and
Miss Lizzie P. W orr&IL
CLASS J, NO. 3.
Beet woolon carpet, 3
best rag carpet, 2
best pair double coverlots, 2
best home wrought rug, 2
best pair woolen stockings, i
best pair woolod eocks, 75Q
best five yards linen, 2
best bed quilt, o
2d do i
best five yards flannel, 2
2d do i
best pair plain homomado blan
kets, 2d do do do
best pair.plaid blankets,
2d do do
best piece cloth, not Icbb than 5
yards,
2d do do do
best piece cassimore, net loss than
5 yards,
2d do do do
best piece eatinot, not loss than 5
yards.
2d do do do
best pair woolen mittens,
best pair single coverlots.
best pair cotton stockings,
D36t nome-made counterpane.
best pair home-made linen sheets. 2
best linen table cloth, 1
Awarding Committee Lion. Wm.
P. Spraguo, E. J. Hiatt, Hiss Ellen
Loughndge, Mrs. B. F. Matson,
and Mrs. Hannih Williams.
The foregoing articles must be
manufactured in the County.
CLASS J, NO. 4.
Best silk bonnet in etvle and
making, S3
best velvet bonnet, style and
makine,
best trimmed straw bonnet,
best trimmed gimp ht,
best cap in style and making,
best made dress.
best made shirt.
best worsted embroidery,
best silk embroidery.
best embroidery on muslin,
best embroidery on collar,
best specimen leather work,
best skirt in style and making'
best emdroidored skirt,
best crochet work,
best pair lamp mats,
best tidy,
bost pair toilet mat3,
best wall bracket.
best corner wall bracket,
Awarding Committee Col. Goo. S.
Corner, John Tbomaf, Mrs. Capt.
Geo. .Henderson, Mrs. Wm. Bark
hurst, and Miss Ruth A. Strong.
FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K FLOWERS ASD PAINTINGS
Best collection of flowers,
2d do do 50c
best display crcenhou6e p'ants, 1
2d do do 50o
best arrangod boqnet, 1
2d do fyk do 50c
best display of dahlias, 1
2d do do 50o
best collection roses. 1
best display of wax flowers, 1
21 do do 5'ie
best nil painting, 3
21 io 2
best water color painting,
21 do do
best specimen crayon drawing,
2i do do
beat specimen pencil drawing,
2d do do
best specimen rcnmariShip.
1
50c
1
50e
1
best specimen printing,
2
2d do do
1
best display of photographs, 2
2J do do 1
Awarding Commitee Rov. Honry
Cooper, Chas. B. Sweetland, Mrs.
Moses M. McDaniel. Miss Lizzie
Brown, and Miss Jane Brownell
All artideH in this class must bo
produced by exhibitor.
CLASS L—FRUITS.
Best eight kinds fall apples,
2d do do
3d do do
best ten kinds winter apples,
21 . do do
3d do do
best display fall pears,
21 do do
best display winter pears,
2d do do
best display quinces,
2d do
best display cf peaches,
2d do do
best display of plums,
best display of grapes,
2d do
best display fruit produced by
exhibitor,
21 do do do
3d do do do 1
Awarding Committee James A.
Adair, Capt. Geo. J. Henderson,
David Spencer, Elwood R. WorralL
land David Petty.
Not to exceed fire apples of each
L'ind.
All articles in this class must bo
produced by the exhibitor, named
and labeled.
CLASS M—VEGETABLES.
Best $ busbol Neshaunock pota
toes, $1
do white peach blow, 1
do buckeye, 1
do early rose, 1
do of any other variety, 1
best display sweet potatoes, 2
21 do do 1
best display cabbages, not loss
than 3 heads,
1
2d do do do
60c
1
50c
1
50c
1
50o
I,j.fi4 ilnmlaw fn.nina 1 Knahnt
za ao ao
best display onions, 1 peck,
2d do do
best display tomatoes, 1 peck,
2d do do
best display of beets, 12 in No., 1
2d do do dc 50c
best display winter squashes, 3
in No., 1
2d do do do 50c
bost display cauliflower, 3 beads, 1
2d do do do 50c
best display pumpkins, 5 in No., 1
24 do do do. 50c
best display pepper and stalk, 1
2d do do 50c
best display seedling potatoes,
for 1871, 1
best display 5 citrons, 1
best display kidney boann, i peck, 1
best display lima beans, peck, 1
bost display vegetables, 2
21 do do 1
Awarding'' Committee William
Brown, James Parr, Benton Dur
bin. Charles Hambleton, and Geo.
W. Conkhn.
CLASS N—FARM PRODUCTS, GRAIN IN
BUSHEL.
Best bushel of white wheat, (2
2d do do 1
best bushel of red wheat, 2
2d do do 1
best bushel ol rye, 1
2d do 50c
best bushel oats, i
2d do 5oc
best bushel spring barley, l
best bushel full barley, 1
best bushel ludian eorn in ear, 2
2d do .do do 1
best bushel of buck wheat,
2d do do
50c
best bushel flaxseed,
1
1
best bushel timothy seed,
2d do do
best bushel clover seed,
21 do do
bost dipplay pop corn,
best display sweet corn,
best i bushel white beans,
50c
2
1
50c
50c
1
best ten pounds hops, j
best ppecimen leaf tobacco, not
less than five hands, 2
2J do do do 1
Aicarding Committee Samuel
Gilleland, David Longstroth, W. II.
Hammond, John Metzgar, and Wil
liara S. Bozman.
CLASS O—FIELD CROPS.
Best aero of wheat, not less than
35 bu3ii. to the acre.
21 do do do
best acre Indian corn, not loss
than 100 bush, to the acre.
2d do do do
best ncro of fall barley, not less
man 4U Dusti. to the aero.
21 do do do
best acre spring barley, not less
limn 40 bush, to the acre.
2d do do do
best acre of rye, not less than 20
nusii. to the aero.
2d do ' do do
best acre oats, not less than' 40
bush, to tho acre,
2d da do do
bout acre of buckwheat, not less
than 40 busn. to the acre, 4
M ilr, A. An n
best crop Irish potatoes, not
loss than i acre, 4
2d do do do 2
best crap sweet potatoes, not less
than f acre, 4
2d do do do 2
best crop clover seed, not less
than 1 aero, 4
2d do do do 2
befit crop timothy seud, not less
than A acre.
2d do do do
best J acre turnips,
21 do
bost Jacro field beans.
2d do
best acre field peai,
2d do
best acre flux-secd,
2d do do
best J acre onions,
21 do do
best A acre broom corn.
2d " do do
best J aero rarrots,
2d do
best acre field beets,
21 do do
bost acre hop, with full ac
count of cultivation and pres
ervation, 2
Premiums in this class to be
awarded at tho meeting of the di
rectors, in MeConrclsvilIe, on the
20th day of November next.
The Board require the following
sta'uments to be furnishoJ by appli
cants tor premiums on Field Crop.
1. The land shall be measured by
some enmpetont person, who shall
make affidavit of the accuracy of the
measurement, and the quantity of
ground.
2 The applicant shall make affi
davit according to the forms annex
ed to the quantity of grain or veget
ables contained in tho same, raised
on the ground (entered on the Sue
rotary's books,) which affidavit
mast accompany the application for
premiums, together with a sample
of the product's.
The main object cf the Society
being to promote profitable Cultiva
tion, it docs not propose to offer
premiums for crops produced by ex
travagant expenditure; therefor a
detailed, certified account of expen
ses of cultivation must be made.
Tho expense of labor and manure i
should be particularly stated, and
the kind of manure used. The state-
mont must be in the
form:
following
To loads of mnnnre, at f per load, $
To days plowing, at ? per dy, $
To days labor, at $ per dny, 9
To days harvesting, at $- per day, $
To days marketing, , $
And thus each item of expense
incurred in tho cultivation and
marketing of the various crops upon
which premiums are applied for,
must be fully stated. The kind
and the condition of the soil; tho
quantity and kind of seed used;
81.iL.TA Ul'MXESS CARDS.
GEORGE
West side of Bell Street, Malta, Ohio,
IUBSWlllE, TIHV11E, STOrtS and STOVE TEISII.NGS. FAOHiS tTOSIL!,
AND LNY1TES ALL TO CALL OS HIM.
t&" Spocial attention eiven to the
Agent for the sale ot the celebrated "Clipper Mower 4 Reaper." Everything
sold low for cash.
Dry Goods Merchant, South-east corner
always on band a
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.
WAItE, HOOTS A.D SIIOLl, &C.r&C.
Xow Goods received reeularlv. as
thing sold at the lowest cash figure.
goods.
J. M. K.OGEUS. H. LUTTON. J. DAVIS.
J. M. I10GEHS & CO.,
Front St., near the Bridge, Malta,
fas?, fails, SqiKfog ?WW. SiiiieNj &c.
J- AH Orders Promptly Attended T I -a
April 21, 1871-3y.
ZAXESVIL.I'E IH
W. 11. flUTLEDGE.
Rutledge & Bailey.
Alters' Blocli, If o. 53 Slain Street, ZanesvIIIe, Ohio,
Have opened a complete Stock of Telvets,
ners nnerfineg. Medium fanners. Inerain.
and Kag Carpets. ALSO Wall Tapers, Window shde, Matli. Rugs. Oil Clolhs. fcc. I
Aiients lor Morbitizcil 2iaulltS. We bvite the Public to call aud examine our f
JANEWAY,
keeps a well selected assortment of
trade in Stoves and Stove Trimmings.
April 31, 1MX ly.
of Front and Bell Sts., Malta, Ohio, has
complete stock ot
GROCERIES, QUEENS
a flourishing trade demands. Every
Country Produce taken in exchange for
I a pru -i, ion jj.
Ohio, keep constantly on hand
SI.ESS CARPS.
F. G. B ALLEY.
Body and Tapeetry Brussels, Extra Su-
Venetians. Dutch ool, Cottage, Hemp,
June 3, 1871.
i
the time and mode of putting it in
the ground, should be particularly
stated. Samplos of gram and veg
etables produced, to bo exhibited at
the Fair where practicable and al-
bo to no sent to tho rooms M the
Board at tho meeting on the 20th
of November next.
3. All the gram grown on the
entire piece of land measured, must
De enner an weighed or measured,
ana no, the product of a square rod
or two weighed, and the remainder
guessed at.
FORMS OF AFFIDAVITS.
Morgan County, ss. A. B., being
aaiy sworn, says he accurately
measured the land upon which CD.
raised a crop of the past season,
and the quantity of land is acres
and no more. Sworn to before me,
tins day of , 1S6I.
. Justice.
Morgan County, ss. C. D. being
duly b worn, says that he raised a
crop of the past season, upon
the land measured by A. B. and the
quantity raised thereon was
busholH, and no more, woighed (or
measured in a sealed half bushel, as
the case may be,) and that the state
ments in regard to the manner of
cultivation, etc., are correct to the
oett, or hi3 knowledge. Sworn to
before me, this day of ,
1S71. Justice.
DISCRETIONARY.
This class to consist of articles for
which no provision is made in any
of the foregoing classes; and on
which premiums or sucn other
awards will be recoroended by the
uommittoo, only in their books,
subject to the approval of the Board
of Directors at their first meeting
after tho Fair.
Discretionant Committco. Frank
Carroll, Jacob Dearth, George H.
Matson, Miss Eliza Pinkerton, Mrs.
II. L. Jones, and Mrs. G. W. Conkhn.
EQUESTRIANISM.
Best exhibition ot female eques
trianism, jewolry or silverware to
tbcaniouutof $15
2nd do do do 10
This exhibition to take placo on
Friday, the last day of the Fair, at
1: 30 O'clock, p. M. , and the awards
to be determined by the merits of
ease, grace, and comeliness ot the
eaqu striennes.
Awarding Committee John Bnck,
Wm. B. S'iiuw. Washington Co. ,
E. M. Suuibery. Arthur Pond, aud
Addison Haines.
It is important that the Commit
tees selected to fill the foregoing
positions should be present to dis
charge the duties assigned to them,
aud thereby promote the interest
in the exhibition and enhance tbe
object for which the society was
formed, and the Board of Directors
are laboring so earnestly and zeal
ously to maintain. But when it is
impossible lor any mombcr of tbe
abovo Committees to be present at
the Fair they are requested to no
tify the secretary as early as they
can cf the same, that other persons
may be solected to fill their places.
Premiums will not be awarded in
any of the foregoing classes unless
the Judges doom the animal or ar
ticle meritorious. Tbe Committees
are requested to pay particular at
tention 10 this requiremtnt, and act
accordingly.
A number of wells of good water
will be found upon the grounds fir
the benefit of visitors anb exhibit
ors of stock. Also ample and com
modious Halls for the exhibition of
Fancy and Domestic articles and
Manufactures, Fruits, Vegetables,
ic. , and suitable Stalls and Pens
provided for -all animals brought
lor exhibition.
An etloctivo Polico force will be
kept on the grounds day and eight.
thereby insuring the safety of all
articles, on exhibtiion.
An extra fee of fifty cents will be
charged for the use of the Box Stalls
upon the grounds, which were
erectoJ for the use of Stallions.
Entries may be m dj at any time
before the Fair with the Secretary,
at tho Hook Store, in McConnels
ville, and at the Fair Grounds until
the close of the first day of the Fair.
An election for President and
Vice president, each to corve one
year, and four managers, to serve
two years, will be held on tho after
noon of Friday, the last day of the
Fair, at the Secretary's Office, on
tho Gronnds.
JAMES A. McCONJSEL, Pres.
Johs & Adair, Sec'y.
IIOOFLA.MVS COLOX.
rhVE MILLION OF LIVES
v SAVED I It is one of there
markable facts of this remarkable ag?. not
merely that so many persons are the victims
of dyspepsia or indigestion, bat its witling
victims. Now, we wald not be understood
to say that any one regards dyspepsia with
i lavor, or leeis disposed to rank it among
the luxuries ot life. Far from it. Those
who have experienced its torments would
scout such an idea. Mark Tapley, who was
jolly under all the trying; circumstances io
which he was placed, never had an attack of
dyspepsia, or bis jollity would have speedi
ly forsaken him. Men and women some
times suffer its tortures) uncomplainingly,
bat whoever heard of person who enjoyed
them t Of all tbe multifarious diseases to
which tbe human system is liable, there is,
perhaps, none to generally prevalent 9 dy
pepsia. If there is wretched being in the
world it is i
A QinJSrmcd Dyspeptic f
But it is nol'oor intentiou to descant on;
the horrors of Dyspepsia. We have said
that djspepsia is perhaps the most univer
sal of human diseases. This is emphatic
ally the case in the United States. Wheth
er this general prevalence is due to tha
character of the food, the method of its
preDsration, or the hasty manner in which
it is nsoally swallowed, is not oar province
to explain. The great fact with which we
are called to deal is this :
Dyspepsia Prevaili
almost universally. Nearly every other per
son you meet is a victim, Dd apparently
a willing one ; for were not this the case,
why so msny sufferers, when a certaio spee .
dy and safe remedy is within the easy
reach of all who desire to avail themselves
of it T Bat tbe majority will sot. Blind,
edby prejudice, or deterred by some other
unexplained influence," they refuse to ac
cept the relief proffered them. They tarn
a deal ear to the testimony oi the thous
ands whose sufferings have been alleviated.
and with 81 ranee infatuation, annear to-
dinar with desperate determination to their
ruthless tormentor. Bnt says a dyspeptic:
What is this remedy t to which we reply :
This ereat alleviator of unman suusriaff is
almost S3 widely known as the Enslish Ian-
gnage. It has allayed the ssmies of thou
sands, and is to-c'ay carrying comfort and '
encourareotetit to thousand of others.
This acknowledge d panacea is none other
Than Dr. ITooEanis German Bitters.
Would you know moie of the merits of
this wonderlnl medicine than can be learn
ed from the experience of others t Try it
yourself, and when it has failed to fulfill
the measure of its efficacy Riven by the
proprietor, then abandon faith in it I
Let it Be Htmemhered,
firt of !!, that IJOOFLAXDS German
Bitters is not a mm bevsraco. Thev are
not alcoholic In any sen?e of the term.
They are composed wholly of the pare juice
or si'to! principle of roots. This is not a
mere assertion. The extracts from which
they arecomponnded are prepared bv one
of th? ablest German chemist?. Unlike s
ny other Bitters in tbe market, they ar9
nouy tree trom spirituous inaredients.
The objections which hold with so ranch
force against preparations of this cl as?.
nanHy that a desiie tor intoxicating;
drink? is stimulated by their nse. are not
vslid in the case of the Gerronn Fitters.
po fur from encouresinz or inenlcatic? a
taste or desire for inebrintinu beveraces,
it may be confidently averted that their
tendency is in a diametrically opposite di
rection. Their effects can be
Beneficial Only
in all ei'es of the biliary system. TJoof -land's
German Bitters eland without an e
qnal, acting promptly and vigorcaly npon
the Liver; they remove its torpidity and
canse healthful secretion ef bile thereby
supplying the stomach with the most indis
pensable elements of sound digestion in
proper proportions. They give tone to the
stomach stimulating its functions, and
enabling it to perform its duties as Datura
designed it should do.
They Purify the Blood,
cleansing tbe vital fluid of all hurtfol imp
arities and supplanting them with the ele
ments of genuine healthfulce;?. But in
that most generally prevalent, distresa:ng,
and dreaded disease, Dyspepsia,
They Stand Unrivaled.
Now, there are certain classes cf persons
to whom extreme Bitters are not only nn
palatable, bat who find it impossible to
take them without positive discomfort.
For such Dr. Hoefiandt German Tonic has
been specially prepared. This preparation
is not only palatable, iiut combines, in mo
dified form, all the virtues of the German
Bitters. In cases of languor or excessive
debility, where tbe system appears to have
become exhanited of its energies. Ilao
fland's Tonic acts with almost marv
elous effect. It gives strtnglh to weakness
and throws despondency to tbe winds.
Bat Dr. Hoofiaad'a benefactions to the hu
man rare are not eooGned to bis celebrated
German Bitters, or his invaluable
Tonic. Fie has prepared another medicine,'
which is rapidly winning way to popular
favor because of its intrinsic merits. I bis
w fa. HooHand'g Podopnyllin
Pills, perfect substitute for mercury,
without any of mercery's evil qualities.
These wonderful Pills, which are intended
to act npon the Liver, are mninly compos
ed of Podophyllin, or tbe Vital Principle
of tbe Mandrake Boot. It is the medicin
al virtues f this health-giving plant.
Tbe Phodnpbyllin acts directly on the Liv
er. I be extract ot Mandrake contained in
them is fkilllu'iy combined with four other
extracts, thus producing a pill that icQo
enees the entiie digestive and alimentary
system, and in its action is entirely free from
nansea. Possessing these much desirable
qualities, the Podophyllin becomes invalu
able as a Family PILL, -S3 No
Household should be without them. They
are perfectly safe, require bat two for an
ordinary dose, are prompt and efficient in
action, and when used in connection with
Dr. Iloofland's German Bitters, or Tonic,
may be regarded as certain specifics in all
eases of Liver Complaint, Dye pepsia or any
of the disotdrs to which thepvatem is ord
inarily subject. The PObOFHT
L.LI.Y Pills act npon the stomach and the.
bowels, while the Bitters or Tonio purify
the blood.
D1T. HOOFluSD,
having provided interna! remedies for dis
eases, has given the world one manly for
external application, in the wondcrlal pre
paration known as
Dr. Iloofland's Greek Oil.
This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains &
aches of all kinds. Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Toothache, Chilblains, Sprains and
Burns, rain tn toe uacK ana ijoins, King-
worm, ic, Ac. , Ac, all yield to its exter
nal application. Tbe number of cures ef
fected by it is astonishing, and they are
increasing every day.
Taken internally, it is a cure tor Heart
burns, Sidney Diseases, Sick Headaches,
Colic, Dysentery, Cholera liorbn, and
Cramps, Pains in the stomach, Co!d, As
thma, Ac.
The Greek Oil is composed entirely ot
healing gums and essential oils. The princ
ipal inerediednt is an oily substance, pro
cured in the southern part of Greece. Its
effects as destroyer of pain are truly magi
cal. Thousands have been bene6tted by
its ose, and trial by those who are skept
ical will thoroughly convince them ot its
inestimable value.
These remedies will ne sent oy express to
any locality, npon application to the prin
cipal oEfce, at tbe German Medicine store ,
No 631 Arcn arreei, rnna.
CHAS. U. KVASS.r-op'r.
Formr!y C. M. Jackson & Co.
These remedies are tor sale ty urngeistg-.
Storekeepers, and medicine Dealers every
here.

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