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FRIDAY ft(ftiNlN(1, - SEPV". 7.
IT n. G t E N Jl t .. ,i : i . tt: . L'riilrtr.
A Soldier on the Mistakes of the
Radicals.
';IdiCT7,n-h(Tiinfl"??,fr(.T:vI''. ex
presses his opinion through, the Xevr
York Times on the Dolitical situation.
."i..uvo' tho' bluiidai-B which
tho Radical party hns nia-lo is that, of
euppoainjj'thjit tho BOkliorfl, who fbtiirht
to preserve and defend tho Union, nro
now opposed to it policy (tho Presi
dent's) wKiYhlinsJJio integrity f tbo
l.'nion for its hrinis." Ho continues, in
refcrenco to the mistake1? of tho I'ndi
euls : "They nsMime that, tho jueji
who; JeaV'iiiler year periled their lives
tor Umir- country, did no, "not' from n
resolve 'tlint tlieir 'country nhouhl not
bo divided, hut from an inborn hostili
ty toward the Soiitlr." '' ' That' ho 'pro
nounccevtl bo a grout oiWtukcv Jlo-siiys
further: . ,:, ."
4-'l'Jt mjn f the loyal States sprang
toarns 'jrTtl sfcla'ity,.nnd foroJnd)Rr
nant tha'tny fccU'ou "Should 'pri siimo
to undo tho work of building upa grcat
cation, but personal hatred had no
phare in their inspiration, Tho jwbolo
cuurfeo of the war, theinopner in which,
foci fuietWios vtwt tho temporary lulls
between nctivcmilitary operations took
place; tho generosity which, as n rule,
actuated jtho real li,ghtiog uien on both
sided toward-' each other, howc3 fhtt
thero was mutual respect from which
would spring nn ultimnto sincere, rec
onciliation. Tho 'f-olfllcrs wcro ever
eager to havo it known that though
they intended to conquer a peace, .the
peace when attained to, should b a
real and truo peace. 2Jo tho army
is not radical. Certain Journals (one
in particular) say it is. Perhaps they
think bo. They seek for information,
or have information thrust upon them,
from military demagogues few in num
ber but bitter in spirit. But if they
made inquiry among tho great mansea
of tho bravest and best of .om citir.en
soldiery, or if they acknowledge the
truo result of that inquiry, wo should
hear from them a very different story.
Tho army is loyal." To bo loyal is, in
the true sense of tho term, to bo loyal
to tho whole nation and its constitu
tion. And no impartial reader of tho
Radical press can fail to conclndethut
that press seeks by its malevolent ut
terances to conceal tho chaj-gin which
they dare not express, but no lessdeeply
led. Wo havo received, -and continue
to receive, asuraiicss that the spirit in
which.the call .' for the .Soldiers Con
vention is penned is all but uuiveral
among patriotic military men. It will
bo seen that those who have endeavored
lirstto misrepresent and then vilify
the bravo sons of tho Union, have only
Btultilicd their own political reputation,
and cast suspicion UKn their oaii
character for lionor and patriotism."
[From the Washington Constitution.]
Arrangements for Soldiers' and
Sailors' Convention.
At a subsequent meeting of tho sol
diers favorable to tho published call
for n Convention at"Clevcland, Ohio,
on the 17th of September, held at AVil
lard'a llotel on Monday evening, 2oth
instant, General Durbin AVard being
called to tho Chair, and G'en. Thomas
Kilby Smith having boen elected Sec
retary, upon motion of Con. James 11.
Stecdman, tho following named oUicers
were appointed an Executive Com
mittee to remain at Washington until
tho 15th of September
(rcn. Gcorgo 1'. E.-ite, Colonel A. II.
Marklnnd and Colonel C. 1. Penny
baker. ' '
The following named officers are ap
pointed as an auxiliary Committee, to
ac'. one for each State, in tho order as
named:
Maine Col. Albert W. Bradbury,
Tortland.
Massachusetts Major Gen. Dennis
X. Couch.
Connecticut Major Gen. William B.
Franklin. ... ,. .-. ,'. .
New York Major Gen. Slocum. '.
New Jersey Major Gen, Gershom
Mott.
Pennsylvania Major, Gen. Joseph
II. Knipo. ... .
Maryland Brigadier Gen. J. C. Sul
livan.
Kentucky Major Gen. T.L. Crit
tenden.
Missouri Brigadier General C. B.
Brown.
Tennessee Major Gen. Alvirt C.
Gillmen.
Ohio Col. Loii.' A. Harris.
Illinois BrlgadierGen. Chas. Black.
Michigau Major Gen. Orlando B.
Wilcox. . . .
Wisconsin Mai. Gen. Hobart.
Minnesota Col. John Ball.
Ijwa Major Gen. FiU Henry "War
ren. '
Kansas Major Gen. Hugh Ewing.
DURBIN WARD, Chairman.
Tnos. Kilbt Smitii, Soc'y. .
tvjTA. Considorublo eonsation has
beonj created in mochanical circles by
the .recent discovury of Mr. Bobort
Ilenbage, of Buffalo, that shoot iron
will servo lbr belting in placo of rub
ber or leather. '
State Elections.
Tho folloyin,rfer4i9c.t9 the Slato
cKcUona o o. bekl within., tho ; twolvo
iBontha Will be of interest .to thofe
whr dosire'! to keep ported IrY stich
matters : ' ' ' '' ' " ' 1 ' '
j Maiiicu-Feptcmber 10. Governor, 5
members of Congress mid members or
Lestisla'tl"". ; -
i Pennsylvani.i-. October 9. Gov
ernor, twenty-fonr mombers of , Con
gress and members of Legislature j; a
Cnited UiU's Senator to elect... , . , ..
1 Ohio October 9. Nineteen ,mcm-,
bers of Congress. - ''.
; Indiana October 0 State officers,'
eievvn inom1n'r? of CongrrsH and niom
bei's of lidgisla'ttire i 'a United 'IStals
l,Sonator.to t lect, iit phide of lletiry S.
Line, i ! J " ' r '
i Iowar October p. Stte. ouicenS, six
meinlK Ts of ConrcsH and members of
Uegislaturo. ', . l . ,
! 'NWfft Tiigiuia Ocluber, 25. Gov
ernor,' three mfchVb'ori of Congress, aji'd
Lef'iHlatuf-e. J ;'-'" ' ":
' New York NoVembet'f!. Govirlior,
tiirty-ne nWmbors of Congress and
one hudretl nid twenty-flvo members
of the" Assembly- Senate holding over;
Umted Slates Senator to elect, in placo
f Ir HarrU. ;.t .
Massacliusetl-' November O.t-Gov-ernorven
mcipbers .of .Congress and
Legislature." ' . ., . .
New ""'.JerV'cy Noveniber , C. J'ivo
uicmbol's" of CongfeSs'and members of
the State Lr-gishrtnru. :'- United States
Slnarivi- to elect," iu place of Bichard F.
Stoeklrm.1 " " 7 ...
Michigan November C Governnr,
six mombers of Cong'resH nnd members
of Legislature . r ' - i
1 III ioois Novomber 0, rSlate ofticcrsi
fnirleon.j members of Congress and
tiu'Cibors j( . t Liti Legiblnturo. . United
Stales Senator to elect, in place of Ly-.
nftin Irniiibiill. .
'Wisconsin Novomter 6. State of
ficers, six members of . CongresH, and
members of Legislaluo. United States
Sunator to elect. iu place ot Iiinotliy O.
H'owo. ; , ,
Minnesota November C Governor,
two members of CongrcbS and members
of Legislature.
M isjourl November 6. Sopcrin
tehdeut of Public Instruction, nine
members oA Congress nnd members of
the State Legislature. Uutted States
Senator to clct, in placed of B. Grata
Brown. , '
Kansas November 6. Governor,
member of Congress and members of
Legislature. Two United States Sena
tors to elect, in phco of James H. Lane
and Samuel C. Pomeroy.
Nevada November C. Governor,
member of Congress and members of
the Stale Legislature. United States
Senator to elect, in place of James W.
Nye. , .. . . .
Maryland November C Five mem
bers of Congre-n and members of the
Legislature. United States Senator to
eloct, in place of John A- J. Cresswell.
Dclawure November C. Governor,
members of Congress and tho Legisla
ture New Hampshire March 12, 18C7.
Governor, three members of Congress
and members of Legislature." United
States Smator to elect, in placo of
Daniel Clark.
Connecticut April 4, 1S07. Gov
ernor, four members of Congress and
Legiblature. United States Senator al
ready elected.
Bhodo Island April C. Governor,
two members of Congress and Legisla
ture. Kentucky August 5, 1807'.' Gov
ernor, nine members of Congress und
members of State Legislature. United
States Senator to elect, inplaeo of Gar
rett Davis. A special election will be
held on tho loth of September in tho
Fil'thaud Sixth Congressional Districts,
for members of tho Thirty-ninth Con
gress, in placo of Gen. L. II. lioussoau
and Green Clay bnutli.
Oregon Election held Juno-4, lnGG.
The Legislature will .select a Senator
in place ot J. . JSesmith, whoso term
expires March 4. 1807. There will be
no election in 107.
California Second Monday of Sep
tember, 1807. Governor, members of
Congress and membvrs of the Legisla
ture. .
Arkansas elected, last month, mem
bers of Congress ami members of the
Legislature, all Democrats. '
Tho other Southern States not named
above will elect members of Congress
in 1807, generally in tho month of
August.
Minnie Ream.
Mrs. Swisshelm says of Miss Minnie
Beam, who recoived the $10,000 order
for a Lincoln statue:
She is a young girl,- nbout twcnt',
has only been ibtuding her art a few
mouths, never mauo astatuo, has some
plaster busts on exebition in tho Capi
tol, including her own, minus clothing
to tho wasit, has a pretty face,
with a turn-up nose, bright black eyes
long clarlc curls aim plenty ot them
wears a joc key hat and a good deal of
jewelry, sees till the members at their
lodgings or tho reception-room in tho
Capitol ; urgers her claims fluently and
confidently; sits in tho naileries in
conspicuous position, and in her most
bewitching cfrcss, while thoso claims
are discussed on tho floor, aud nods
and smiles as n member rises nnd de
livers his opinion on tho merits of tho
case, with tho air of a man siting for
his pic ture, and so sho carries tho day
over rowers, and Crawford, and Hob
mer, and who not? 1 , ; ' '.'
Jano, Jane, how' dp bridle at tho
pretty girls I '
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED BY THE
Morgan Co. Agricultural Society.
AT THEIR
Fourteenth Annual Fair,
TO BE HELD AT THE
TO BE HELD AT THE FAIR GROUNDS.
(Near M'Connelsville)
OCTOBER 2d, 3d, and 4th, 1866.
FIRST DEPARTMENT.
CLAS A No. 1—HORSE FOR ALL WORK.
Best Stallion Ovor 4 years, r
Best
2d
Btjst
'l ,
do.,
do,
do,
t
no
over 3 years,
" do ' . . ' v
over 2. years, i
llfl r
1 1 v ,
Best Gelding over 4 years, i
2d
Best
2d
Best
2d
Best
2d r..
Best
2d
Best
2d- ; :
lo
.lo
. do ..
. .do
do -Maro
do
i tl);
do
do .
-:di ,
do
over 3 years,
do
: year, .
1(1
G
6
- 2
(i
, 4
3
: 2
over
do ' . 1
over 4 years, ' i' 4
do ...... ., 3
over 3 years, I 3
do . i : 2
over 2 years, 2
.do : - 1
Best brood Mare, Colt by her side, 8
AwardiIlgClltmittet,. A.S. Dickp',
Augustus .Jovill, James J. HuU'man,
I. D. Becd aud Bobcit Jlodgeii. I
' No nnimal to receive, an award or
premium in moro than ono 'number1 of
this. Class. ' . 1 1
CLASS A No. 2—HEAVY DRAUGHT.
Bt st Stallion over 1 yea r, ' ' , f8
2d !do ' 1 - do' ' , ' ' ' 5
Best Maro or (Welding over 4 years, 6
2d ' do do 'do 3
Best pair draught Horses or Marcs 10
2J-, do ' do : ' 6
3rd ,- do ; : -' do ; 3
. Awarding Committee.: A.S. Dickey,
Augustus' Love lb James J. llutVmaii,
L. D. Peed uncfTIobert Hodgcu.
No animal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
this Class.
CLASS A No. 3—HARNESS, &c.
Best pair match Horses or Mares
lor light harness, .
2d . do do . do :
Best Gcljiiig or Maro for single
harness, , .
2d do do ' do
Best saddle Gelding or Maro,
2d d do 5
Awarding Commit teo. A.S. Dickey,
Augustus Lovell, James J; Ilull'man,
L. D. Peed, and Ilobert Hodgcn.
No animal to receive an award or
j)remiuni in moro than one number of
this Class. -,; .'
I0
5
8
. 5
8
CLASS A No. 4—SWEEPSTAKES.
Fatjtest trotting horso or maro in
harness. 55ti
Awarding Committee. Jame1; A.
M'Conncl, JJ.1I. Dodge, John Buc k. :
Cart. James Darlington nnd William
T. fall, of Muskingum county.
Sweepstakes open' to other counties.
CLASS B—MULES AND ASSES.
Best Jack, ' : ' S10
2d do ' ' 5
Pest pair Mules, 8
2d do 4
Best Mule o
2d dj " .3
' Awarding Committee.' William F.
Hedges, John Hauchcr, Ephraim C.
hllis. Dr. J. , Into, and Banjiuuin
F. Mat son. . ,,
CLASS C No. 1—SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham Bull over three years 810
I
Best
2d - :
Best
2d
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
. over 2 years,
do do
ovor 1 year,
do - - do -
Best Durham Bull Calf,
2d do do ,
Best Durham Cow over 3 years,
2d do do do
Bebt Durham Heifer over 2
2d
Best
M
Best
2d -
5
4
2
3
1
G
3
4
3
3
2
2
1
A.
years,
do du do
do do over 1 year, '
do do do
do Heifer Calf, '
do do
warding Committee. James
(iillespie, Lewis L. Joy, Humphrey
Smith, Mahlon II. Parsons, ami Klisha
Jl. J.runble.
No premium awarded in this eub-di
vision of this Class unless tho written
pedigree of the animal upon which tho
same is claimed he posted upon or near
the (stall tliercol.
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS.
:
Best Bull over 3 yeas,
tlO
2d
Best
2d "
Best
2d
Best
2l
do , do
do over" 2 years, '
do do
' do over 1 year,
do do
do ' Calf, ' '
do do
Best Cow over 3 years,
2d . do do
Best Heifer over 2 years,
2d .do do
Best do over 1 year,
2d do do
Bos Heifer Calf, ,
Id " do do ' '
Awarding Committee. Justus Chad
wick, John McDonald, Rul'us D. Cot
ton, ltichard McFlhinny and Nicholas
Cob urn. --
Nq premiums awarded in this sub
division of this class unless tho written
podigreo Tf tho anlinnl tiion which the
samo is claimed bd posted upon or licnr
tho stall thereof. , .' ; .r!: : . y
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS. CLASS C No. 3—GRADED STOCK, SHORT
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS. CLASS C No. 3—GRADED STOCK, SHORT HORNS, DURHAMS, AND DEVONS.
V.vH
2d
Best
2d
llest
2d .'
Best
2d ,
Best
2d
Bull
lp
do
do
: do
' tlo
l-.do:
do.
i .... ,
V
I.
over 4 years,
"Jo . ,
over 3 years,
' do ' !' "
over 1 year;
-do'1''
.; Calf,: -
, do . 1
Cow over 3 years,,
do do
Best Heifer over 2 years, ;
2d do. , , do . .;
Juesl .do over, I year, , . , ,. .-. z
2d do 'do'" . ' V 1
Best 'thy ' 'Calf,'" '' ' ,' ' '" ; " 2
2d do do - -'- " "' ' ".'1:'-' '' t
1 Atvimlin.-T'1 toinmiltee.Seth C.
Brewster C. M; fiinsco. John1 Harris,
Simpkin II, Browh and Copt. Alexan
der Higgins., i ... i . : "
10
5
4
2
!. j
t:)' 2
: ; l
r.i ' '' fi
, ; .-,3
, 3
CLASS C No. 4—FAT CATTLE.
have
Best fat" bullock, ' ! ' . ." ,
2d do ( i , ' s.
.Host yoke' Work oxen. " ' "" '
2d" -, do '" y-do ' '"' , ! M'"
Best fat- i'0r, ' ' ' ' ' "
2d ."do '" :'' j ' '
Best four yoke Oxen from one town
. ! fhip, , j.., 1. 1 .1 i oVi ,
; Awarding Commit tee t-Iv id
Jenkius,J(ilin T3. Yyve, KJmuud Wheel
eh Samuel Vilsou and David -Smith..
, No animal in . this Class can
more than ono premium.
CLASS D—SHEEP.
Oil
10
'6
10
6
.3
: 2
3
2
3
0(1
60
lbtir
Ducey, 1
JoiU II. Unge, of
pre-
ono
Beat Merino Hiick, .
2J do ' do ' -3d
. do ; 1' . ".
Hp! 3 llerino' Eres, '
'l ' do i do, :.
ISesl 3 Spring LomLa, ' . t .
2d . do do :...., . ..
Upt CottsivoM -Buck,
2d (Jo . di '. . ,'.
Best do ' , Kwcs, '
2d ' do d
Beat Soulhdowa Hack,
2d (ic do .
Brat 3 do , Kc,
Best spi-ci inun Mutioa Sliccp, 3 iu No.
I'd d do dvj . d o '
Best fleece Woeli
!iiid do
A wnrd'uiR ComniiKcc Ceorpa W.
man, JojoiiIi Reed, nml JoPpli K.
Hoylcton bbaw, oiul
WukliiiiKtoii County.
iNo hhc-f p cun lulio mora tbau
nnuin luo same vrar. .
CLASS E—SWINE.
Best Boar of any kind , 8
2d do do .' 4
Best Sow of any kiod, C
2d do do 3
Best 5 pi8 over 3 OHd under 6 month.', ' 6
'Jl do do do 8
Beat specimen stock liogg uoL lesi llinn 0, 10
2d Jo do. . do I 6
Bust Sow and lilter of pigs', C or mure, 6
Awarding Conioiittue. Allen Donltls,
Robert Handier, Bnijomiti V. I.oinbcit,
i:zcUieI Dcvul und John Ntely.
CLASS F—POULTRY.
Host pair Polnds, fcl 00
2d . do : '60
il'ist pair Bodvings, 1 00
:. do 60
15. -bt pair hunghoii, 1 00
2d do . ' 60
Best pair Coclila China, 100
21 do . do . 60
Best G nulivea, Cock aud 5 lions, 100
Best raiv Turkeys, - , 1 00
2d do 60
Bent pir Bucks, I o0
lirur Uiunta 1 owls, 1 HO
puir l'oii Fow!(, . 1 00
display poultry owned by cxk'r, 1 00
2d do do do .r)0
BeBt ca(?e Cunory Birds, "1 00
Awmlina (Juiiiaultee. Jumes. A. Adair,
Kli Sliepard, Jttinoi Curr, Villiau II. MuCur
ly and John Timins.
SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G—PLOWS.
Best Plow for geuciul purposes,
2d do do
Best double shovel Plow,
2d do
Heat side hill Blow.
A wording; Committee. James LoLffhiidce,
Wtlliom Burklieimcr, bnti.ud U. tcott, Joun
K. Tliomus aiid Peter Miller.
S.1
2
2
1
2
CLASS H—FARM IMPLEMENTS.
5 00
3 00
5 oo
Best Wugon for lurni purposos,
2d do do
Best SpririK Wu'aon,
U do 3 00
Be6t twe-horso Harrow, ' 1 00
Boiler, I 00
borec-hay Rake, . 2 00
liest straw and hay (Jitter,
2nd do do
Best Churn,
2d do
Best Bee Hive,
2d do
Best Hoe,
Best Ox-yoke and bows,
Best I'otuto Hook,
" Sugar Cur.e Mill, ,
2d do . do
Best. display of garden implements,
owmd by exhibitor, 3 00
Best display of farm implements,
owned by exhibitor, 6 00
Awarding Committee. James C. Lough
ridge, William Burklieimcr, iSumuul 11. Suutt,
John 10. Thomas aud Tutor Miller.
1
CLASS I—MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES.
Tt'RES,
Best wagon riurntBS for general use,
2J do - do
Best carriage Harness,
2d do
S3 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
1 00
3 00
Best wagon Whip,
' Buddie,
2d do 2 00
Bt side Sole Leather, 100
2d ; do do ., : 00
Best side Upper Lealhor, ' I 00
" pair men's Coarso Boots, 1 00
' pair men's Fine Boots, ' ' I 00
"' pair Lady's tilippers, -, 1 00
tuado Coat, ' : ; 4 W
" mudo Pauls, - . 1 00
" two Barrels, (tight work.J 100
" two do (slack work,) 1 00
" barrel flour, , . - 'i t'O
21 dj a 00
Bct biir-rer Putt,-'" 'V r m'
' " Oraln Cradle, .i i . '
U ... Jo . .... .: .
Bent Carriage ma)e In coantj',' ,
2d .. 'do . .; .. d-f
Post Cook Stove' for. wood.i i J. ,, j .,
' ' do ' for brial,' 'V. ' ,
Best nrst Onk Coi n Baskets, tot' lefi'
' tlmrt - fonr In Nrt. : ";' ' 1
Best dispMy of'lln Wa're,'to;r.mist of
; . Tin Bucket,. I in Pan; Tin T
: , Ktttlfv !tnanurcturtd btxtibilor
Best Kifle linn,-j r , . ;
" WasKfnif Macliinej ;',"...'
" . Panel Boor, . '' . "
2d'' do ' "' " ';:'
Best Window Sfl?ll, " ' ' ''' 1 '
:;: v;i. ''''" ;' ''
Best Biirean, .i ' . ':!; . i
JV'stend, - '':' i
fL Ceulro 'I'uble, v,. ; , , ... .. ,.
I ", sett of (,'liairs, , . , ,i, , ,
1 " half dewn Coin Broom',- . ' .
' " ' Wool Mat inailu lutouiity,
: Ftir I fat mrtde in coontyt, ; " ,!
' ' i J''ly Bruili,' (poa '(owl feathers.)' : '
i Pixiine for tyidCr wool,'' : r.
" ' dipt)liiy Jtarhlo Work . '
Awnniiuir Comiuitlo.f4-James J
'Manassali Koisrr,. . Jii.liruim . l'j
rfl6'l
X bo
Palmer,
JUiinauiuor,
!
Julio .M. (Jillcpiiie and Sumuel Piire, Jr. .
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J No. MANUFACTURES.
. ' Tt tlES. .'
VhvA sprcimon Urnpo Wine,'
2d do do . do .
Bert' tl.t "' Currant Wino. ' '" .' '
Hist fbur pounds ficnb butler,
.'d . do . ;,'.. do . "
I.Btjar Mnv btilter, ... -i
Itcst (jlicise, . . , i . ,
'd do "'.'.; . . ,
Best loaf1 bread, und liow madiy
Bd do '' do V do
Best loal brown bread how mndi!, : ''
.2d . do do do
Bcsiitwo hams meat and liow cured,
2d do,. ,; do ' :do ; . i
Best jar CJninco preserves,, ,t . ,;
2d do do
Beat jar Quiiwe Jelly, .
2d do ; ilo ' .
Best jar Tomato jfllyr
21 do lo "
Best jar Corrnnl jelly, ; ' ' -: ' ''.
2d . do do
Best sweet opple Molasnes, . ,
2d do do
Best j ir .Soup, ,
2d do ' . ''.,."
Best box Ilonryi '
2d do .
Best jr Pickles, '
2d do
Best box Candies, .
2d do
Beet box luney bur Soap,
21 do do
Best display homrninda Si'Up, ,
2d do dd do
Best gallon Sorghum or China Sugar
cune ffyrup,
Best 5 lbs. Sorghum Sugar,
2d do do
Best preserved peaches in cans or jure,'
2d do . do
Best preserved plums In enns or Jar?,
do rhcrrles, do
" gallmi Carbon oil, ,.''
" bo Beiit Soap,
' ' jur Apple Butter, .
jar Lurd,
3 00
7 I0
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60
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2 00
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50
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Awarding Committee.- Dr. Charles Bob.
crUot, Col. Ueorgo a. Corner, Mrs. U. II.
BoJge, Mm.. Robert Welherell, aud Air.
Ueerge J. IIcnderKon. ...',.,;
CLASS J No. 2.
Best Woolen Cnrpct, . , , ' 13
" Itn d J
" pair it'iutile CovcrleU, i
" dome wrought Ituar, . ) 'I
'" pair woolen Blocking,, . I
" llvo yunU of Lluen, i
bed Omit, i
1 ilo 1
llent flvo yaiJs of Flannel, . 2
2(1 do do . 1
Uont pair of nomtinado blunkeu, 3
2.1- do do . do 2
ticxl plccu or cloili, not ieM tiiauS yardH, :t
'id - do do ! (lj 2
Kvst iilece or C aumncre, not leas tliau s yaru, .'t
2t do do do do 'I
iest piece of satinett, not 1 a than 5 yard., 2
2d do do do' d) 1
Uent pnlr woolen Mittens, 1
" pairainvle Coverlet, , , X
" puirciitlon Hloekini, 1
" boniemuilo CuunluriiaiiO. 1
iMiir liomemado linuu riliccts,
II!
ineu Table Clut'i, ' 1
Anaidiim (.'onmiiiuc ( liarlcs L. Javkcr, Mm.
Win. Iluilciiu, Mih. I!ei(x i t Joliiioou, Mia. K.ekicl
Pevol aud Uiaa Lucy A'lmuj.
CLASS J No. 3.
Btt bonnet In ityle and mukins,
" Cap do do
" mado DresH,
" mUa hhiit,
wrxtej Kmbroldcry, "
" nilk do
' Eiubioidcry on Moulin,
iii on Collar,
f)ici'linen Leather work, ' .
" trkilt,
" tin aw bonnet,
" tiiiup hut,
' Crotchet work,
luiir Lamy MaU,
" ' Tidy,
Awuidiog; Committee. William W.
Ceoro rt. C'oi'ii. Mlaa Anna Hill, Mr,
ami MImi Katu Voro. ,
ti
I
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2
2
t
Pylo, trs,
J. II. Duvle
FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K—FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS.
Rest collection flower by tl-irljt, 2 00
2.1 do do do 1 00
liest dlHiluY of creen houso plants, 2 00
'11 do do do 10)
Heat an aliped Boiiiiiet. I
2d do do o"
fleet display of flowers, ' ' "
dit-niay oi uuiuia, "
9.1 . do do . ,- 60
lkt so uetlon of ro-es, i u
llHut .hsnhiv wax flowers, I 00
2d do do .oo
liest oil painting, . i
2d do 0
lleut water color raintlnj, i uo
M do do 64
... .,. imeu ciavou diawluir. . 1 0U
'i.i .lo do 0
lifut do iienmannhln. 1 00
do nrintina. i U 00
1,1 : do do . 1 00
Must Dh.itoirranh. 'i 00
2d . d. . I 00
ytwariliiiir Committee Willlum A. Vlueeut
Mis. J. C. t-toi.e.Uia. Hubert L. Mollis, Mr. Jubu
Hull, aud M Iub Mary M'Couuel.
All artlclea In this class must be produced by
exhibitor. ...
CLASS L—FRUITS.
Bent eight kinds fall apples,
2d do do
ad do do '
Heat teu kinds winter tppleft,
(.I - do . do 1
ltd do do ....,.
Ilet display fall peara, l
2d do do
Beat displuy winter pojrs.
2d do do
l(et do qulucee,'
2d ' no ;, do i, , ,
Debt do peaches,
Sid do o
tlOHt
flu j mis, j
( ;l
;i.U
) Oil !)
Iteit dlspUy fruit produced by (xhlbltoi
2d to 1 dn
?d r 1o . . ; do - - if 1
AWir4;'-.(t roftimlttre: Jd'Kfi DitIi, thonins '
tVillianis. jothoa Hall. Morrry (. Andrtwiaml W
W. (iatlibune, of Washington county, . . . v
Not to exceed flvo apples of each kind. 1
All articles In) tbla elaaaauatbe prodncod hy
the exhibitor... t , .. ?, ;; I
CLASS L—FRUITS. CLASS M—VEGETABLE.
Pest display Iiiah potatoes,, , t: t .,,,,)
2.1
Pert
2d
Hot
2d
best
2d
P-vt
2d !
I)(t
2.1 '
Hortt
2.1
licit
2.1
Drat
2d
ll-st
2-1
llct
2.1
Jlr.it
2d
Mcl-t
do,
(to
ll)
(ll
ido-
do
do
. do
di
tto do
do
do do '
do
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dn :
do
do"
do
do
lo
do
IS OO ..
do ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 00
wrct poUtoti, . :i : . :i 00,f
4o 1 ofc. .
-al.bagos aut'lvM thar. S hca.U 1 0-
do
tilrtilps 12 bmbcl, "
. do
onions, 1 pock, .
: do . , . i !".: "
lon.gtoc, 1 f f ok, -, ,
-d ""'
been, U jn iinmlKir; , , '.,
do
. winter sqnanlioe, S In mimboe
do . . , .
enxllllowei, J hend,'' '
do - .. ' ,, i
: broccoli; 3 head,- '
do . ',.,. . .' ,- i .
pumpkins, S in number, .
I io " i .
.-VeKotablo egg plajit, ,,
- do -
rei'i-or and titalk, . , .
do
,senl i up potolue ' tut Mi,'
8 cilK'IH,.
f.i.lii.'V IH-HIH, 11 peck, '' 1 '
d.iil.iy veLtliiUles, .
24 (In ' da
Awar.f.iir CommUSoc. me, n 'MT.iei.
60
1 0O ,
'.'tO 1
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1 oo,.-
1,(1
1 01)
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190 l
i (10 -
1 e ,
so '
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Davis, Wiilinm fcbewood, U, tV.". pvi,l(iu, ,'eui -Andrew
Ji Kurt. '.',..,'
. Ci.i.( tAn I'lianicis-tiHii.V ti lit'stl.
'
Vl sl bil-d of , wlic.it,
2d --do--" i At
i'e.t do ,vo., j. , ; :.. i
Hixt do i.i,U
2.1 do - do '
Hext do .', .fi, mt1; ' ''" '
I'.bst 2 bunlie's Iii.linn suw in tli car, .
2-1 .U
l'e-tbulicl of ,-bilckivllttil, .:: i
2-1 . d do ' -.
Ittkt ' do ' riiixsceJ, ' ' ' '
Hll d- Ji mot ;y.,W;,t
Jiet d- ; ' c Mer tcvd, ;.":'
Hexl dis'liiy pop e.-rn, , ,
Hest l-'i im W nt i-. io , ' '
do whito bin,
Hext , 10 lb, lii.ni.-: ,
UM specimen Lent i'oLioco, jiot le-is tlma 4
33 (4
oi) .
non
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i on
1 (K)
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l on
l 611 I
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Awarding CommKtce. J.li J. Mnntrromery,
James Mmray, Aumu 1'. Dore, Willlum U.CooK
and TlioinpMiii A. Itobintuu.. .. ..
No premium shull te awnrdM in lids clnsa tx
cepl to I be producer, and uf the crop of , . ,,
CLASS O—FIELD CROPS.
ul to
t
to spring barley, nut less than 40 bueh.
i to the aero,
JL) Horn wh.-nt, not ! t!inn'35 'bii:.l
Ibo ur;r.,
i-i ..i.;-' " no
llest n-.r Indian corn, notli than lOftWh'
el to tboacj-f, . .
2.1- do Jo
Boht aero full barley, not less tbun 40 tuh-
eU to the acre,'
2.1 i ; . : do do
Beat oero '
el
2.1 do do
Dost aero rye, n.t less thun 20 bunhels to the
aero, '. .- .
M do i : : do
Dust acre out--, not l.sj than 14 bushel to the
aero,
U do r do :
liiat aero biiekn hcat, not K than 40 buh
via lo Ihuu.-ro. A
I do " J.- 'L. . i
Boat ernp Irish potatoes, not lens than l acre, I
2,1 . r ,f0 .. (Iu - '. ,
Bi-st crop veet potatoes, not lo than y aero, t
HI !. tin . . . i
11.-st crop clovor sec-!, not les than ono acre,' 4
(i i ao I
tost crop timothy seed, nut lews thnu It acre, 4
do
Boat 5 1 aero turnips,
Beat aero Ik-Id bean,
I ilo . .
'l do
Beat )i noro Held poms,
i no i . .
I do
Best 'iuereof llux see-U
2d do.
Best i acre onion. '
2-1 do ,
Best aero broom corn,: t. ,' i
I do
Best li aero earfot-i,
I l
lb ht l aero field beets, '
2.1 do . ,
Bet J j nem hops, with full recount of Culti
vation and presrvatin. 1
I'lciniiinm in this elus to bo awarded at ' tho ,
inoctinjj ofthu directors, in MoCoiineHville, ou
tho 21th day of November uext. '';
Umerotionai-y ominittre. John B. PJone,
t)r. J. II. lliown, Wiilinm I. Brown, Mr.lo-.
.- Mcliiiniel an. 1 Mi Hurnh Jenkins.
: :.. ..... , i . j t.t .
a rviiiiiiu.B .viuiidi uv iiwur.ieu in any ui 'id
foregoing c-Iu-h, unless tho Judges deem the
oitielo or animal incrltni-ioiii.
2
it
J V, W OOD, Vrcs't.
John S. Adair, Scc'y. :, ;i'i'
JAMKS IIOLUKS- STiKK
HOLM KS & SPAHKS
BOOT AXI) SIIOC EMrOUIlM.
UAVIMi LKASKD THE ROOM '
NEXT TO Till-; POST -OFFICE, aud liaWuir .
purchased an excellent a-iortineul of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
A8 WELT, A3 A I'RIMU STOCK OF : 1
Leather and Shoe Finding
Vo are prepared to malti to order, on t-boit uetUe,
any thing iu our line.
f. .
. .. .... ' : .
We Challenge Competition,
EITHER IN STOCK U WOHKJIaNSUI?,'
Of our old ' cuatmner wo luvlte n contluuanco of
pittronuge, aud to those who with to ba entirety
aatUMed with their iuruliaaea to give us Y triiift
None but the bent stock used, and none but the
very best woikmeu employed.
EASTS UN W032.lt
. , . ..
of the best nt anufacture kpl constantly on bund,
aud will be sold cheap aa the cheapest, . f (
. IIQLME3 k 6PAI1K3, '

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