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FRIDAY MORNIMJ, '- ,- - SEPT. 14.
W m. GLENN : i
I ! i i M Editor.
Democratic State Ticket.
JCLEC'ilON, TUESDAY. OCTOBKtt 9.
FOB SKCHS.TAET Or 8TATK,
x ;KN. BRXJAM1N LtFEVER,
01 Shelby County.
r : , ' ion avFBEXR jtrooi,
THOMAS M. KEY,
VI uamilioa Count.
ro ucvst uoajio or rfcBno voms,
WILLIAM LARWlLL,
Of Ashlsnd Count y.
. 0 CONORKSS, 15t !l DISTRICT, ,
HAIITH D. TO I.LETT,
Of "Washington County.
COMMON rI,EA8 Jl'IKIE, EIGI1TI1 DISTRICT
AlCtSTlS P. IsLOCKSOM,
Of Muskingum County.
DEMOCRATIC JCOUNTY TICKET,
For Trobnto .Tn.,ro,
JAMES M. GAYLOKD.
For Atulitor,
JOJix p. wijiKLocK.
-r ' 'For Tronnrtrcr,
MOSES BULLOCK.
For Prosecuting .Attorney,
.BENJAMIN, f&.i POWElj.
For CommisHionor,
ISAAC HEDGES.
For Tnfirniary Director,
JOHN F. SELLS.
[From the New York News.]
The Failure of Congress to Do
Any Thing for the County-
Letter from Judge Denio.
llio letter from Hon. II. Denio. of
iQ-Uon. n. 11. rruyn, in nc
knowledment of Ins re-election ns one
of the delegate from the State at large
to the Philadelphia Convention, in pub
Hulled. After expressing regret that
prior engagements would prevent
Jus attendance at the Convention, Judge
Dcnfo says:.. ',
.9' tncnccessful termination, in tho
ppring of luflt year, of the bloody con
tent in which wo have been cwravoil
for four ytars, we found thq country m
mi vxcepiiuuiu condition. vo were
liurdenod with un enormous debt; wo
had a currency greatly debased, nnd
eleven btates composing tho Federal
Union wero in an anomalous and dislo
cated state as regards their relation to
IheNaKonal Government. ThequcRtion
wasnot so much what tho National au
thorities had tho power or tho abstract
right to do in regard to the commit
nities lately in revolt as what, under
nil circumstances, was required to be
done, in order to restore a settled order
of things, to enable us" to master our
financial embarrassments, and to pro
moto, as far as possible, the future per
manency of tho Union under tho Con
etitntion. ' That tho situation was one
of inherent difficulty can not be denied.
But it was not hopeless. No one, or
a very few, seriously thought or
professed to think of abandoning the
National Union, or of subjecting an'
part of the territory embraced in the
States as they existed before tho - war
to an Exceptional regime, incbsistent
witb their status ns Constitutional
Btates under' the National compact,
nnd there were some circumstances ex
tremely favorable to n speedy restora
tion ot tranquillity.
Tho people of tho InRurrectionary
States definitely acquiesced in the re
sult of .tho war, and nowhere through
out tho w,holo extent was thero the
slightest iiiggestion of ' continuing or
renewing the contest. . They abandon
ed, too, nt an enormous loss of what
they had " been ' nccustome'd to call
propwty, system of slavery, to socuro
and extend which they had taken up
arms; and they professed, .and, I believe
cntortaiuod, a strong closiro to resume
their proper relations' to tho Union. It
isnsy to say, and perhaps natural to
foci, that they deserved further pnnish
JtiCntT' But who could think of subject
ing to personal chastisement millions
of people organized into seperate
Statoe and if it could be duno, .of what
advantage would it bo to the people
of the loyal States ? It would not re
store tko brave men who laid down
their lives for thoir country. Would
it bo wise to sacrifice to our resentment,
however just, tho happiness of tho peo
ple of the Unior, or postpouo to that
end the restoration of peace, unity nnd
u:ho ls-o tlie war- being nearly'
coincident in time with tho assassina
tion of the lato President, the Execu
tive Government devolved upon the
dutiingaished and loyal citiecn who'
npw administer it, and ifchoeo services'
and sacrifices had, com mended him to
taiha confidence of the people.' . ' lie
has apparaiitely regardod tho situation
very much in tho light which I have
auggosted. Ho' encouraged the reor
ganization of the lately rebellious States
in 4h manner commenced' under ' the
sanction ofhiB' predecessor,, requiring
snoli concession from the ' lato insur
gents as the publio good, the safety', ';o
fnsVLnton toomea to wiit'.'-iin
henco at tho commencement tf tho lato
softsion of Congress tho prospect ap
peared to bo entirely favorable to the
adjustment of our difficulties upon
terms dictated by the National author
ities; nnd to tho resumption of tho ca
reer of publio and individual pvofpcrl
ty, so sadly interrupted by the treas
onable attempt to dismember U13
Union. You know how theso just ex
pectations have been disappointed.
No one, I think, can point out a
single measure which has boen adop
ted having a tendency in any consid
erable degree to promote the peacea
ble restoration of tho Southern States
to their just relations to the Union.
Some measures clearly incompatible
have been imitated, but tbey require
for their consummation the assent of
parties who, it is known, will withhold
their consent. In the meantime the
proceedings already taken, and which,
a' I have said, promised very favorable
resulta, have been thrown into doubt
and uncertainty; the States which had
ineffectually atttmptod to secede are
treated as practically out of the Union
are deprived of representation, and are
sought to bo governed by a legislature
in tho choico of whoso members they
had no voico ; tho public debt has Wen
largely added to by measures which,
though they might have been generous
and expedient under other circumstan
ces, tend under thoso actually existing
to inereaso tho publio burdens and add
to the weight ol taxation already very
opprosssive. Tho currency continues
in 11 dntigcronsly expanded state, and
is much depreciated, enhancing to an
alarming extent tho cost of nil tho no
cessanes nnd conveniences of Jilb. It
is, as I understand, the purpose of tho
Convention about to assemble in Phila
delphia to explain, in the most impres
sive manner possible, tho situation of
the country nnd tho dangers which
environ u; 10 recommend arm urge
upon the people such a course, conduct
and such a bestowal of their eull'ragcs
as will tend to correct tho unwise and
unsafo proceedings of Conirress. nnd to
do what may bo in their power to
bring tho different departments of tho
Government into harmony with each
other. In this purpose I need scarcely
say I warinlv concur.
1 hope I niflv be permitted to n.,1,1
that I havo never Lad the slightest
sympathy with tiio rebellion, is promo
ters or apologists; that I havo always
regarded it ns substantially causeless
and unprokod, nnd that I have consid
ered the theory as to State risrhts. ns-
ecrted in its justification, ns wholly
destitute of roasou or plausibility. .1
have thought it my duty throughout
i no war 10 recommend to thoso with
whom I havo heretofore been political
ly associated, to extend to thoso ad
ministering tho Government of the
nation, though they came into office
without my assent .or participation.
a full, frank, generous nnd cordial sup-
i. . i , ... , .
pori. j.ow, me rcnciiion being sup
prcssi!, I tin for having the country
governed upon the representative sys
tem prescribed by tho Constitution,
and am not for depriving any portion
of it. of representation, or compelling it
to submit to tho more will of the rest.
I am, dear sir, with great respect,
your obedient servant, P. DENIO
Parson Browlotr'a Poller. An
old llirkgaurd nnmid Brownlow, Ironi Ten
ccsscf , and (Ti-Icgate to ths 4,loyiI convex
tion"at riiilodiiljiliin, mado aipeecli in tlint
city on FrMy,' hi which he derrktped the
prn(rnmniR ol tho Vur ngaiust the South :
"lt there be lhrc ilivisiawt. ; Lot the
firU'go armed Bcconlin to tho 'regulations,
witli smsll arms nil nrtilltry, and let tlicm
do tho killing. Let tlic eeoand go with pir.e
kaot and burning torcliw, ml tut llrra do
tho burning. let tho third aod lost go with
the surveyor's compass and chain, and we
will aolt out the Und j t py the' expense of
lie war and setlla the eountry with men
who will honor thif glorioui flay!" Cheers.
urowniow is a repreuttuUve loyalist. " He
is the most eovenomtd old scoundrel uuhung
on Ibis coiilieentj and It U be to hoped thai
when . the '-tline diviioiis" stait thc will
commerce with him. Chicago 'J'imes.
Ose T.rwtcr or "tub Tklkoratu The
rapid construction of long telegraph : Hues js
gradually chungiug the ordinary news chsn
aels. Until recently, we usually receded
Intelligence Iron China and Japan by way of
England; but dow this news comos acofs the
ruclfio, inlesd nf the Atluntic, and is first
received at Sun Francisco, being telegraphed
overland. Kneland. that foimeW
this inttlligsucs, now depends ! cpoti' ns f..r
It tl dispatches being forwarded though
the cable. The telegraph Las thus changed
the ordinary news, chanuel. , . . ' -.,
A bout the fl.itltel. stalest, ponreat, sicklU
est .and lumcal iuiiutio'iis of humor. Inflicted
upon the press uf i,he couutiy at the present
lime ore the absurd . and silly Incubrations
of an Idle bulToon who styles himself I'atrn
leura V. Xaaby, and who ; (jow pays the role
or chiw clown ia the Radical circus. If
therq'was any. th,Iiig otU'iuml in the stuff he
Is constantly 'obtruding before the public,
there would be torn apology, perhaps, for
the Irequfucy of his appu1s for publio ap
plntifio. He isabo.it as painfully funny as
the wittiest of Harper's Drawer, if not
more so, aud friends ought to calj him .in
pat if the strtef. i- Nashville Banner. " :
Why?
I "A correspondent of an English paper
fpeaklngiof U Atlantic cablo, says
that-from daylight tilj. two o'clock
the cablo works' with 1 great difficulty,
after whjch time the 'working; grows
easier and inore rapid .until, -dark, and
all through the night jt work ; easily
d well. . The editor of the Telegrapher
has ofton noticed thiw fact. n tho land
LIST OF PREMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED BY THE
Morgan Co. Agricultural Society
AT THEIR
Fourteenth Annual Fair,
TO BE HELD AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS,
(Near M'Connelsville)
OCTOBER 2d, 3d and 4th, 1866.
FIRST DEPARTMENT.
CLAS A No. 1—HORSES FOR ALL WORK.
Best Stallion over 4 years, $10
2d do do
Best do over 3 years,
2d do do
Best do over 2 years, 3
2d do do
Best Gelding over 4 years,
2d do do
Best do over 3 years, 3
2d do do
Best do over 2 years,
2d do do 1
Best Mare over 4 j-cars,
2d do do 3
Best do over 3 years, - 3
2d do do 2
Best do . over 2 years.
2d do do 1
Best brood Jfaro, colt by her side,
A warding Commit tee. A.S. Dickey,
Augustus Jjovcll, James J. llumnan
1j. 1). Iiecd and llobcrt Hodgen.
Iso animal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
this Class.
CLASS A No. 2—HEAVY DRAUGHT.
Best Stallion over 4 years, $8
2d do do
Best 31 are or Gelding over 4 years, C
2d do do do 3
Best pair draught Horses or Mares 10
2d do do C
3rd do do 3
A warding Commit tee. A.S. liiikey,
Augustus Ijovell, James J. .Hullman,
L. J J. Beed and Bobert Hodgen.
.No animal to receive an award or
premium in more than ono number of
this Class.
CLASS A No. 3—HARNESS, &C.
Best pair match Horses or. Marcs
for litrht harness,
810
2d do . do do
Best Gelding or Maro for singlo
Jiiirness,
d
do
do
do
Best saddle Gelding or
Marc,
I do do
AwardingCommillco, A.S. Dickcv.
Augustus Lovell, James J. Hulfuiau.
L. 1. Beed. and llobcrt Uodcen.
No animal to receive nn award or
premium in more titan ono number of
this Class.
CLASS A No. 4—SWEEPSTAKES.
Fastest trotting horso or marc in
liarness. ...... B50
Awarding Committee. James A.
M'Connel, It. II. Dodge, John Buck, and
Car-t. James Darlington and William
T. Tally, of Muskinirum county.
Sweepstakes open to other counties.
CLASS B—MULES AND ASSES.
Best Jack, S10
2d do 5
Best pair Mules, 8
2d do 4
Best Mulo 5
2d do 3
Awarding Committoo. William 1
Hedges, John Hancher, Epbraim C.
Kllis, Dr. J. . White, and Banjamin
r. Jtatson.
CLASS C No. 1—SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham Bull over three years ?10
2d
do
do
do
Best
2d
Best
2d
do
do
do
do
over 2
: years.
do do
ever 1 year,
do do
Best Durham Bull Culf,
2d do do
Best Durham Cow over 3 years,
2d do do no
Best Durham Heifer over 2
years,
2d
do
do . do
Best
2d
Best
2d
do
do
do
do
do over 1 year,
do . , do
Heifer Calf,
do .
Awarding Committee. James
Gillespie, Lewis D. Joy. Hunuihrev
Smith, Mahlon H. Parsons, and Elisha
II. Trimble.
No premium awarded In this sub-di
vision of this Class unless tho written
pedigreo of tho auimal upon which the
same iB claimed be posted upon or noar
the stall thereof.
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS.
Best Btll over 3 yeas,' f 10
2d do do' , 5
Best -do mver 2 years, ' 4
2d do do - 2
Best do ovor 1 year, 1 1 ' . ,3
2d' 'do ' ' do ' ' "' '"i' 2
Beat" do ', Calf, , .'..;,' '.'.. , .. ,'. ,' ' .'2
2d do do . 1
Best Cow over 3 years, , , (J
2d ; ' do. '.J do . . .. . ." . . a
Bust Hoil'er over 2 years, . 4
2d . do 1 do ; ' ' " ' ' 2
Best do ' over 1 year, ' ' ' 3
2d , do t- do v 1 ' ' '''.' 'I ' 2
Bos Heifer Calf, ... i ' .
Id - - do 1 do 1
Awarding Committee. Justus Chad
wick, John McDonald, Itufus. D. Cot
ton, Richard MclClhJnny and Nicholas
Go-burn,. , , r.. ,-.,.., ,.; ,;;
: No momlnmH awarded in thin n'ni.
division -of this class unless tho
pedigree of the animal upon which the
same is claimed bo posted upon or near
the stall thereof.
CLASS C No. 3—GRADED STOCK, SHORT
HORNS, DURHAMS AND DEVONS.
Best Bull over4ycnrs, ' flO
2d do do 0
Best do over 3 years, 4
2d do do 2
Best do over 1 year, 2
2d do do 1
Best do Calf. 9
2d do do 1
Best Cow over 3 years,
2d do do
Best Heifer over 2 years,
z.i ao do
Bi'st do over 1 vcar,
2d do do
Best do Calf,
2d do do 1
Awarding Committee. Setli C.
Brewster, C. M. Linscott, John Harris,
bimpkin II. Brown and Capt. Alexan
dcr iliggins.
CLASS C No. 4—FAT CATTLE.
Best fat bullock, $5
2d do 3
Best yoke work oxen, 6
2d do do 3
Best fat cow, 4
2d do -2
Best four yoke Oxen from one town
ship, 10
Awarding Committee. David L.
Jenkins,John 7i. Voro, Edmund Wheel,
cr, Samuel Wilson and David Smith
No animal in this Clnss can have
more than one premium.
CLASS D—SHEEP.
Best Merino Buck,
M do d
SIS
10
A
10
a
3
2
3
2
2
1
3
2
2
A
3
3d do do
Host 3 Moriuo Ewes.
2d do do
Best 3 Spritiz Lambs,
2d d do
Best Cottsivnld Back,
2d do do
Best 'o Ewes,
2d do dn
Best Southdown Buck,
2d do do
BpsI 3 do Ea.cn,
Best fneriinen .Mutton Shorn, 3 In No.
2d do do do do
Best fiVece Wool,
1
00
2nd do
60
Ilcrir-
Awarding Committee. Gcjrgo W,
mail, JuamiIi Iiecd, nnd Josrnli K.
Bucey,
linjlfijoii Mmw, and
Wubhingtoti County.
Joseph 11 . O'agc, of
Jn o rhvt n run tnke
more limn one pre-
miuin the same year.
CLASS E—SWINE.
Best Boar of any kind,
2d do do
Best Sow of any kind. "
8
4
C
3
6
3
2d do do
Best A plus over 3 nnd under C month.
2d do do do '
Bust specimen stock hogs not less Ihnn S,
nl.
2d .lo do do
. A
6
Best Sow and litter of pigs, C or more,
Awaiding Committoe. Allen DaiiUjs,
llobcrt Hancher, Bcnimiiiu
! , Eauibert,
Kzckiel Ilevol and John Necly.
CLASS F—POULTRY.
Beit pair Folnnds,
oo
AO
00
AO
00
AO
2d do
Best pair Dorkiogs,
2d do
Best pair Slmnehois.
1
2d do
Best pnir Cochin China,
1 00
AO
2d do do
Best 6 natives, Cock and 5 Hens,
Best pair Turkeys,
2d do
Best ps ir Ducks,
00
00
AO
00
00
00
00
pair lJuiiKa I owlfl, .
pair Pea Fuw't,
dippluv poultry owned by exh'r.
2d do ' do do
AO
1 00
- Adair,
McCar
Best cape. Cunwy Birds,
Avvarding Uuiilllllltee. Jame t A.
Cli irhpa'd, J a met Curr, William H.
y slid John Tiuuns.
SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G—PLOWS.
Best Plow for geueinl purposes,. A
2d do do , 2
Best double shovel Flow. 2
2d do 1
Best side hill Flow, 2
Awarding Committee. James Ebuehridce,
William Burkheimer, Bamucl II. Scott, John
E. Thomas and Peter Miller.
CLASS H—FARM IMPLEMENTS.
Best Wugon foi larm purposos, f 5 00
2d do do 3 00
Best Spring Wagon, - , . A 00
24 do . . , 3 00
Best two'borse Ilurrow, ' 1 00
Holler, 1 00
horse-hay Itake, 2 00
Best straw and bay Uittsr, 1 00
2nd do do AO
Best Churn, 1 00
2d . do .AO
Best Bee Hive, ' 1 00
2d do 1. 00
Best Hoc, ' ' ' 1 00
Best Oxyoke and bows, 1 00
Bust I'otuto Hook. 1 00
" riugar Cane Mill, ' 3 00
2d do do . . 2 00
Best display of garden iinplomeuls,
owned by exhibitor, 3 00
Best display of farm impluments,
owned by exhibitor, A 00
Awarding Committee. JameaSC. Ixiuglw
ridge, William Barkhelmor, Kamuel M.ticott,
John E. Thomas and Peter Miller.
CLASS I—MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES.
i ;' ,, . : 1 TURKS. .' '
Best wagon Harness for general nsci -. 83 '00
21 .. do , .do ; 2 00
Best carriage Harness, , : :3 00
2d do ' , ., ' " .. - ,. 2 00
Best wsgon Whip. ' 1
'riuddlo,"' '-'."'"' ' ' 9
2.i--.do . " -' '
Best side Sole lies thcr, .' 1 ' ' ." I
2d. . d ' do , ; :. ,- . . i -
Boat side Upper leather, .;; I
i" pair meo't Coarse Boots, . .; ,.. 1
" pair meu'a Fine Boolu, .,itf ,
' ". pair Lady's Slippers, " '
- made Coat, '' ' : " " '.' "i
hiada Pautf,
two Barrels, (tight work,)
two ft :1.'.'(alaek. work.X
barrel Flour, i, ..' .-
i 140
.'2.0't
'5J
1 00
1 00
1 00
ftO
fl 00
3 00
2 00
a oo
I 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
Al)
t 00
P0
r. 00
2 00
4 00
2 00
bslf (nnii Corn Brnom', 1 00
" Wool llat made in count. 1 00
" Fur (Ut made In county,' ' 1 00
' Ely Bruah, (wa fowl feathers.) 1 00
" Fixture for lying wool,- 1 00
" display Marble Work. 9 00
Awarding ('ommittee. James J. I'ulmer,
MannsHah Koiser, Epbraim F. lunmoor,
John M. Uillesple and Smnue! Price, Jr.
Best barrel Salt,
" do Table S-'ult,
" Grain C'rodle,
2.1 do
Best Carriage made In county.
2d do do
Best Cook Stove for wood,
" do for mal.
Best nest Oak Corn Bankets, not lepg
than four In No.
Best display of Tin Ware, lo enniiat of
Tin Bucket, I in Tun, Tin Toa
Kettle, manufactured by exhibitor,
Best Rifle Oon,
' Washing Machine, .
" Panel Door,
2d do
Meet Window 8nh,
2d do
Best Bureau,
Bedstead,
" Centre Table,
" sett of Chairs.
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J No. 1.—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
tires.
IVsl specimen Ur ape Wine,
2d do do do .
Best do Currant Wine,
Best four pounds fresh butter,
2d do do
Beat jar Ma butter,
2d do
Best Jhcsc,
2d do
Best losf bread, and how nvnl',
2d do do do
Best lonfhroarn bread, bow made.
2 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
V 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
AO
I 00
AO
2d do rio do
Best I wo bams meat nnd how cured,
1 00
AO
1 00
AO
1 00
AO
1 00
AO
1 00
2d do do do
Best jar Quince preserves,
2d do do
Best j;ir Quince jelly,
2d do . no
Best jar Tomato hilly,
2d do do
Best jar Currant jolly,
2.1 do do
AO
1 (10
U)
1 00
AO
1 00
AO
1 00
.Ml
Best sweet apple Molasfes,
2d do do
Bcsc jar Sonp,
2.1 do
llcsl box Honey,
1 do
Best ur Pickles,
2.1 do
Best box Candles,
1
00
2d do
AO
1 00
AO
1 00
AO
Best box (aney bar Soap-,'
2.1 do do
Best disphiy homemade Soap,
2.1 do do da
Best allon Korghum or Chins Sugar-
cane pyrtiit,
2 00
3 00
2.00
1 00
AO
1 00
1 00
2 00
Bent A lbs. Sorghum Sugar,
2d do do
Best preserved peaches in cans or jars.
2.1 do do
Best preserved plums in cans or jars,
do rlierries, iJj
gallon Carbon oil,
bex lleslu Sonp, 1 00
jar Apple Butter, l oo
iar Lard, 1 00
'
t.
Awarding Committre. Dr. Charles Boh.
crtsnt, Col. Cleorge 8. Corner, Mrs. It. II.
Dodge, Mrs. Robert Welheroll, and Aln.
Ueorge J. Henderson. j
CLASS J No. 2.
Best Woolen Csrpet,
" Ilsir do
" pair double ('nvorlcts,
" fjonie wrought Hhjt, -pair
wooleu Blockings,
" five yard of Liueii,
". bed guilt,
2d do
Best Ave yards of Klunnel,
2d ilo do
Hint pair of homemade blankets,
2d do do do
Best piece o." cloth, not lcs than S yards,
2.1 do do do do
Best piece of CasHlmere, not less than A yards,
2d do do do do
Hvt piece of satinelt, not less tbso S yards,
2d do do do do
lle.it pair woolen Mittens,
" -pair simile CoirerleU, . .
" luilr cotton HtockinK", '
" ftomcinnde Cuunterpano, '
" pair boiueinade liaen HUouts,
" linen Table Clutli,
Awsidina (.'onmiilUe.. -Charles L. (inker. Mi-s-
Win. Iloilenu, Mm. Ilerlrfrt J oh lino n, Mia. Kzckiel
Pcvul snd alias Lucy Adams.
CLASS J No. 3.
Bet bonnet lu style and nmking,
' Cap do du
" made Ureas, . . ., .. ..
" made hl.lit,
" worsted limbroldery,'
" kllk do
" Kuibroidery on Muslin,
" do on Collar, '
" specimen I.eallier work, - -
" pkiit,
" Slniw bonnet,
" (iimp hat, .
" C'Mlebel work, ; . ;
" puir Lamp llaU, .
Awardiug Committee William W. Pyle, Mr.
Cenre8. Corp. alls Anna Hill, Mrs. J.ti.Davia
aud Alias Kate Vore.
FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K—FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS.
BeHt collection flowers by florist,
2d do do do
2 no
i oo
j oo
l 01
1 (10
8(1
i 00
I 00
Best ginplaj of green house pUuts, .
2d do du
MO
Best arranged Bouquet,
2d do do
iicHt display of flowrs,
" . display of dahlias,
za uo an
60
Best selection of roses, ' ' oo
Best display wax tlowora, . 1 OU
2d do do iO
Best eil painting, 1 00
2d do 60
Best water color painting, . I oy
2d do do iu
llflat specimen crayon drawing,. 1 im
2d . .4o ,:, llo .60
Best do , . penmanship,. ... 1 OO
" ' do priutlng, . ! 00
2d flo do ' ' ' . 1 ' 1 00
Bust hiitoKmpb, . -. : . t no
2d 1o , . . , , . j 1 00
Awarding Committee William A'.' Vincent,
Mrs. J. C. btone, Wis. Hubert L. Morris, Mrs. John
Hall, and. alias Mary M'tiouiwl. - n.
All articles lu tins class uual bo produced by
exhibitor.
CLASS L—FRUITS.
Beat eight kinds fall apples, :
2d do f . do . ,. . ,
8d ' do do . '
Best ten kinds winter Apples,' '
2d . do , ,, du fj . '
d do da ., . ,
Best display fall pears, ' ' '
2d Uo . do I1-' 1 '
Best display winter pear, I ,
U do do
itest do, . quinces,- , ,, , ,
2d no: -do '
IVrt i'rsrbss ' . '
M . - S4- 'A in
5
-,
1
1
' I
' 3
.. 1
1
" 51
)
J
l
Rent So p!iim,
Ht di grapes, '
2d do do . .
Rest display .frill produced by exhibitor
'id do -do do
.'id do do do '
Williams. Joshua Hall, ilervny (1. Andrews and W.
W. Katbbone, of Wiuliingtou oounty. .
Not to exceed fire apples of each kind.
All nrtlrles In this class must be produced If
the exhibitor. ,
I
A
I
5
1
CLASS M—VEGETABLES.
Rest dip1ny Irish potatoes,
as 0(1
2 00
1 OO
I ot,
1 oo
60
'd
do
do
lest
t
Sent
5d
Bet
2d
llest
Jd
Rest
U
Best
2d
fleit
do
do
do
do
lo
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
sweet potatoes,
do
cabbage not less than t heads
do .
turnips 1 2 bushel.
do -
onions. I peck,'
do
.t.nisloes,1 peuk,
do
1 00
' 60
1 00
to
I uo
I oy
0
r
60
1 If
(
1 64
U
I OO
1
1 U
6
1 oc
1
I b
l oe
i oo
x oo
been, 12 In number,
do .
winter sjuasties, 3 in OutuVsr
do
raulilluwei, S headi,
do
bioccoli, S liSodi,
do
pumpkins, 8 in number,
do
vegetable egg plant,
do
pepper end stalk,
m
seeding phtatoea for 19M,
A cltiitiiM.
2d
Best
Best
2d
Host
2d
Het
2d
Best
2d
d
kidney beans, 14 peck,
dlnphy vegetables,
2d
do
do
l to
Awniding Coinmittce. .lames n.'U Orew.J. H,
CLASS N—FARM PRODUCTS—GRAIN IN BUSH.
Bst uiinhel of wheat,
2d ilo ,1.,
n ee
a oo
1 uo
. 1 00
1 oo
I 00
1 00
1 oo
1 CO
I (SI
I oo
1 00
1 00
1
1 00
1 00
Best do rye,
Host do tiilV
2d do - ilo
Best do lull ,arlev, ' .
Best 2 buslicts Indian com In the ear,
2d do di .
UA WIihI of buckwheat,
2d do do
Best do flaxseed,
Best do llmotl.y.Mipd,
Best do clover seed,
Best di'play pop corn.
Best 1-2 bn i At cm n,
Best lu ,s. I,,
Best spoi imuii A.ai Tobacco, not lea than I
bauds,
2d do do 'do
1 00
Awarding Committee. Joah J. Montgomery.
Janies Muii.iy, Aurou I'. Dcwees, Wllllarh H.Cout!
and Thompnon A. Itoblnson.
Ko lll'enil.im nltalt lii, .(!,, U.I In 11. 1- .1
. ...... ,,, i inn fffr
ccpt to the producer, and of the crop of lbUO.
no
oo
CLASS O—FIELD CROPS.
Itc( n.To whont, not l.-ss limn .15 busbcU t
thl HIM'O. 1
2.1 .io ,io t
Benf; Terr Tndinn oorn, not loss thnli 100 biinh- '
els to lite acre, i a
2d Ho , i : ".to
Best acre fnlll.arloy, r,ol loaa than 40 buh-
a eU tothoaoro. 4. . a . a
U tv ' l do t
B.t 6Aro spring barley, not loss than 40 busb.
els lo Lbp acre. J a
M w do . .lo
Best noro rye, not less than 30 bushels to tha
aero. ' ' A
21 ilo do - ' -1
Best noro outs, not loss Ihnu40 bushvls to lie
-" a
2d do do . ,.f .a
Best aero l.iu-khent, Hot Jess than 40 bub.T .
els to the floro. a
2d do do ' . B
Best rron Irish notntoos. not lo than l am a
2.1 do do ' ' t
Best crop sweet notntoes. not loss th fin i tTt A
m ,io ,io ' ;
Best cron elover seed, not loss than m a
2,1 .1.. .1.. ' .
..w V. J p
Best crop timothy seed, not loss than H aere, 4
- .... no i . -a
Best M acre turnins. a
2d do i . J
ll.'at li'noro flol.l bonne. ... a
2d ' ilo ...... .t
3d do ' ,.M .. j a
Best acre fluid noun. . .
2.1 do - ' ' - '' .
3d ilo i
Best Knorcof flax seol. a
2d Uo . C-'-- '
Bust i acre onions. . .
2d do - ' t
Post 14 acre briHtm enrn. ;. .'. 1S ' a 1 i
2d do - '
Best li ncro carrots.
2d do ... 1
Bent I.' acre liol.l beets. ' . . i
2d ,lo - ' l
llusl i aivre bops, with full aeoount of eulsft
VfltisiM a Itil stfiiditvirutinn
T'rntiiittrttsi In tli.ei nlam sn I... ...1 A
- w ' s mi nnHintMi st v iut
mootinjst of tho rtirontors, in McCouuoUvillc. on
ll. Olll. J... ..a V i .a
the
,iist Mujr ui lAuvuiuiM'r noxii
PiorotwmRry Cotnmitteo. John B. Stoiuk
T)r. .T. "IT ltrnven 'illtotvt 1 Tl W-
ses MoPimiel ninl Mins 8nrah .Jrnkiti.-
Prftmiltmsi will nni aursfiur1 i. aitu It..
iorMKmjK Flagon, uniosfl nio judges drcm
i' . w. wuujj, l res t.
Joun S. Adair, Sec'y. , . ., ,
JAUKS noLMKtu
wu. srAurs
HOLMES &-SPJU.KS1
U .1
BOOT AXU SHOE EMP0UIU.W.
'.I- 1
Q A VINO T.KASrcn THR' nOOW'
NEXT TO TUB POST-OmCH. and baring
purchased nu excellent assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,:
A3 WKLL AS A PRIME 6T0CK Of
Leather and Shoe Findings1
We are prrpim d to nuke to order, on ti oiiI
uj uiug iu uur tiuc. , , r a
- I ,1. i t dill
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'.'T'.T,r': it l".ii-.Tijt
We thalleuge ' ComppliirdriJ.'
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EITIIF.lt IN v STOCK : B WORKMANflpifJ
Of our old customers we Invito a COlllilillriitea IM
pntronaKe, and to those who wish to Ua Jirel''
sallsliod with their purchases to sire .us,-1 trial
None but the best eteck used, sail nono btH Uia'
ry ues wujsiuin auipioyeu, (. , ',11? ' ''ll.Te
EASTERN .. WORKh
V '' I'' V l-l .' 'iij.it ivVl
of lbs best mannfacturs kept eonstsntly on bind.
; T and will he sold oheap u she cbtspssi,
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iruv ' 0''HSS,A,MK!f!.?i

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