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FRIliA MORNING, - .
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BEPT.21.
Wm. CL Si? I i
Democratic State Ticket,
KLECTION, TUKSDAY, OCTO
01 bhelby County.
" TOR IL'bllRyK JCDOK,
THOMAS M. KKT,
Of Hamilton Comity.
FOB MEMBRIl B0A Of Jf II,IC1 TfSKS,
' WlttJ A M LA'ftWltt,'
v - ,a , , Of Ashland County,. ;; -
, ft T.taroNcntBP9,115h dbhictv
MRT1 I. TOI-LKTT,
T".. 0. Wellington County. -. i
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i
COMMON .PLBASl Tii tiqWK VWTRVCT
AsVC.l SI I S' V. III.OCKSO.M, '
i . i .: Of Miwk i ngurft Ctfu n fy. a ; i . .
DEMOCflATIC COUNTY-TICKET;
(V a X A v " V " k-".
For Frobato Judpo,
JAMES iL, CjAYLOKD.
For Auditor.
iSvUilSJllIIiLOClL t Ml
For Tronfluror,
MQBli3.JPUtL0CK.
.For Tro.'jecut.ini' Attornrv,
For Comniifisioncr,
ISA AC. HEDGES.
For Infirmary Director,
$4,000!
""Tho Hailicals of tlio 'Hump Congress
Toted themstlvea $1,000 each extra
2,000 for each Bession 1
'TMsSs il nil cli'ltlo ftiim to dcctioherr
with, to Bay nothing of $20,000 moro.
Democrats have tho incorru)tihlo7eo
fle to rely upon. , Tho contest h be
tween money 'find the. people usT as
it vras in An Jrow Jackson's time, only
much worfio ,now. arc confident
that tho pc02le trill triumph in ISCC,
09 they did in 1S32. j But they must bo
vigilant. "Eternnl ' vigilaiico - U f the
price ofliberty." .tct fittth a rebuke
be administered' to unfaithful' public
fiorvants as will dispose of them for at
least another quarter of a contury.-
Newatk' Advocate..;. .. t, ..
This and That.
Governor Coney, of Maine, sent tho
following dinpatch to tho Secretary of
War: ; ' ; . ' .' '. '
"lion. E. M. Stanton: V
"Maino holds her position by tho
largest majority nho ever gave proba
bly twenty-fivo thousand.
"SAMUEL CONEY."
Tho President, in his Bpeech in this
city, ataong. Other thingssaid
"This is the man who was attempted
to bo assassinated on tho night that Mr.
Lincoln-was; and let me ask hero to
day, is Mr. Soward n traitor? Not
Ho and Secretary "Welles, tho two re
maining Cabinet officers of Mr: Lin
coln? Were I disposed to indulge in
figures of speech, or perform a part of
tragedy, I might bhow tho bloody gar
ments of the Secretary of Stato blood
ehed in preservation of tho Constitution
of the United States.'.'
Mr. Stanton is not mentioned by tho
President. - "Ho says, 'the two re
maining Cabinet' officers of Mr. Lin
coln" Messrs. Seward and "Welles.
"Wo take it that Mr. Stanton is con
sidered as good as out of the Cabinet,
and only awaits tho President's return
to Washington, to retire. Cincinnati
,1
Equlrcr.-' .' ; j ! ' ,' ;
Negro Equality.
Every Republican member of Congress
from OlilorToted for Negro snflrage in the
District of Columbia, except He. Ilobbell;
and every one except Mr. Hubbell, has been
What more coucluie evidence does any
fane man want that the "Rads" are in favor
ol policy - that wiU evnlually mongoralize
the American people. Mr. Uubbull relUBtd
to vote to dngrr.de the white man. and be is
immediately read oat of the Radical party
while bis colleagues -wlo did vote for ugro
a all rage in the District were all ro-oommatcd.
11 any of them by acclamation.
ftnJTbi rJrotet.hugs -ol the I'biUdeJpbia
Itadicai Convention are doing an Immense
service to the friends of tbo Prusidupt and
Lis Cniourrestorktioo policy. The practical
carry fngoot of tb8 doctrine of negro equal
ity by the appearance there of t negro dele
gate, the lionizing of wbicll be was tbo recip
ient, bis entranoe into the Convention arm
In-arm with . White delegate, have creatod
universal ditgugt. None are ro blind now as
to fail to see to what end this Jacobin move
went Is tending; 1 ' ' : '
SyTo avoid -( the cholera work
ight houra day, and .more if yort foci
like" it." 'i -. ..:
Negro Equality. Col. Connell for Johnson.
LANCASTER. O., Sept. 3.
To thnEOilor of ,U Jinqnirpr: i,(
' j h i evening Vhrrr mumbled one i of the
largest and 1 most erilbuslastla" crowds that
I i . i .: -: i - i i . . i , : ..f t.
cut win Hi mm iu iimi luu wrui-s vi ua
df li;u.4nl, nj to plobge their sttppotl.,to.
President John ori. ; The city wss wild" with
excitement, bonfire blnzingi and cheer' elicy
cheer scri .up for .Johnson end the - Union
At-about helf-ruut seven ' o'clock the : Jarer1
gathering was called to bfifcr, and Pr- 0. K,
Ravi proceeded (o deliver a forcible and
toUim-. spwcli -tt.lkk.w acf requauU y JitUc
rtiDtcil bv anolouw. . He , briefly refe.-red to
the proceeding onhd Philiidetpbia Conven
tion, and said that l!ie platform was brood
.chough for. ',lbi b'onast.i voters of the country
to aUuJ. ou, wiUtout. teg wd-to parly "
i lie wan followed by Mr. M. A. Daugtierly,
who, in plair.Miff,'(lo-i the people who
were, tho trttWrsBltWpWseul lime. He re
ferred brit fly to negro suffrage and the pro
gramme of he Radical dinniQ(usbJ Hh), by
the--woy the people applauded,.- the y coidcided
with him in bi yiewg of the Stcteoi-Bomner
tribe. 'i-i
He wai followed by Colonel Conntll, who
did eomc oat fairly and fquarfily for uhiiion,
and called upon, the eoldJere who had fooght
under him to do JL6 name.'. He poured "hot
shot Into the Rdical campj' and the manner
in which ho criticise d on tbo aroal(rawted
convent'on lately beld( tri-TLiJadclpbift cnlled
forth ronrnlf.of app'aoie .. '
Aithe greater part of the Hirctiug 'woe
compo'scd of aoldiert, it Was dTmed fitting
time to appoint, delegates to'"the Clevobnd
Oonventin, and the ' lollowie; wefe appoint,
ed to represent litis county: Sutgron O.'.ll.
Davie, Colonel John M. Connell, Captain
George lilair and Coplaio Jacob Ornmnd.
lUsolotioni werealno abopted by 'the oU
diets, in which they plubge tbcm'iselvca tQ aaa
tain I'residetit JohoioB ki bts eOorU to rc-
tiriT(rtlirt7Btutr: 1,1 ' " "
1'be meeting tbon proofedti; bended by tlx
band, to tho residence of th' Hon. Thomirt
l'.wiog;.but be haviug -retired, ; wa nuable
to appcur.bnt be gave the crowd to 'underx
ata ;d, lUoufrh l)r Darii that ha wa heart
ond coul in fuvor of Jobomo's .policy, of tc
conBtroction. ' f-
The meeting then adjourned, with ' three
cheers for Johnson and the Uoioo.
"you my deprd npon old Fairfield- (Hving
Jfciy large Democratic mniinly tin Ulk
LANCASTER. O., Sept. 3. LANCASTER.
Political Economy and Mental
Arithmetic--A Dialogue.
.Bon FalhcP, how much mouey tie
you make In a year? -."" -
f-Father-tAhout $SO0Dy son.rtI -'-
'i. And yoU work erfry day? , .
;j"F. Everyday, cxcgpX! Sund;iy,my
son. ' ' ip--j ,
'.H. Well, father, hoV'much does-a
C6ngresiman get?
: V. 'I hey uiied to get $3,000 a jear
but they raisert it to fcfr,o0 tast rrjonth.
r.;S. "VeIL does a mcullierof Coiigress,
havo to work every doy?
f F. Oh t no, my sonrThero aro.two
sodions of C'onrese iutwo.' yeare a
torig and n short ok. Now, ii you ro
member your mental nrithmctie lhat
you learn at school, yon can. tell just
how long a Congressman has td.w.ork.
How many days are there in a month?
i. iiuity. "
rrF. WtlL tho long session, becan on
the 4th of December, 1S05, ftnd lasted
till tho 2d : of July, loGG. Howjoug js
that. . - J' .
S. 232 days.. ... . -
F. Xow, tako from that two wteks
for Christmas holidayi-and hoNV much
does that leave? ,-
K. 218 days. .. : v.
F. "Well, tho nhortr session "next
winter is only ninety - days by -law.
How much aro 'JO and 218. .. ,
S. 308 days'. I thafull they have
to work in two years?
- F, -That tsau,.my son, . ,
h, And then two years "pay is 810,-
000. Let's seo 308 into 10.000 why.
that is $32 43 a day pay.
F. You aro quite right, my son ; you
will make a good scholar. fUrbana
Union. ' '
ttri."Ciofie op the rauka!" shouts Geneial
Uarlield to the Radicals of Trumbull. Cen
taioly, tbey need closing up, . Terrible gaps
have been made in tbern recently. Promi
neut officers, with tbousudg of the "boys In
blue, and dUtmgnislied uivilians, are In the
Radical ranks no longer,' Tbey leave by
scores and hundreds, and thousands, and the
depletion continues. "Cloee ou the ranks!"
will have to be shouted daily by the Rbdicitl
leaders.
A Painful Surprise.
On Baturdy evening a box containing
human boby came to this city by the United
Status Express. It arrived late in the ovening,
auu uore an ajuress it being luenameof
lady In this city, bot did not bear tho came
ol the decascd. JUe iSxprets agent did not
desire to tetain the body over Snndsy par.
ticalurly es it bore evidence of decomposition
and ho tlijjcfore sought for the party to wboin
it m.-addressed aBd-. inquired among the
nndorlaVere, but cenld 1 grlno information
Indeed he failed that night to find the party
addressed; -1 be body was placed in the dead
bouse, sod on Sunday tho lady was found
She knew nothing of deatb among ber
friends, not having been apprised by letter or
otherwise of sucli an occurrence, bhe went
to Ibe dead house, tbe box was opened in ber
presence,' 1 wbeo lol a ' coffin " wm revealed
which contained the body of Ler mothor!
The edet of this . rovealatlon can not be co
scribed. The lady was shocked, , and over
eme by tbos receiving the first intelligence
of tbe death of her tnotheer. It is indeed
strange that tbe mail or telegraph wai not
resorted to, that preparation might be ' made
tor tie receipt ot ibis corpse. I Kochestar
(iew ion" union. ; ... -
A Painful Surprise. LITS OF PERMIUMS
A Painful Surprise. LITS OF PERMIUMS TO BE AWARDED BY THE
Morgan Co. Agricultural Society
AT THEIR
AT THEIR Fourteenth Annual Fair,
AT THEIR Fourteenth Annual Fair, TO BE HELD AT THE
GROUNDS.
(Near M'Connelsville)
OCTOBER 2d, 3d and 4th, 1866.
FIRST DEPARTMENT
FIRST DEPARTMENT CLAS A No. 1—HORSES FOR ALL WORK.
Itest' Stallion over '4 years, .
2d '; do ' ',.',' do . ;,
l'est do , , rover 3 years,
2d ,-. ,'do" , '.'.do;
Cest ; do,' ,, over 2 years,
2d.' ". .do ', do,, :i, ,.
15est Geldijig over 4 ycars
$10
5
; 3
,,3
2
.,
i 4
a
2
3
' 3
f
' '5
2d,
do
..do,
Cost
2d
Hest
2d
Best
2d ,
Uest
2d "
lJusl'
'.do.
.'d
do
IT
over 3. years,
.. do . .! ., .
do . , '. do
Maro, . over 4 years,.-,. ;t ,
.dp ,". t ' do , , . . , i
, do, j'V over. !l years, .,'
;'do .do: , .
do : ; over 2 years, . .
i do ' .'do ' , ,
2d
Best brood Maro, colt by . her side,
AwardUigCoinmitlee. A.S. Dickey,
Augustus Lovell, Jaiuos J. '.Hufl'iuim,
L. D. IfCeil aiid Ilubeit HodgCn, .
- Xo aiumal tOv.ixctdvo an award or
premium iu mora than' x)nc number of
thia.Class,.. ,.: ,.V.i;j
CLASS A No. 2—HEAVY DRAUGHT.
Best Stallion .over 4, years,
2d. 'do - . . do ,
$3
,.5
i
10
u
3
Best Maro or. fliilding ovo
. I .In . .1-.
Best, pair draught Horses or Mares
Zii Up,; . ; UO
3rd do ... do
i AwwditigCoinmitboo. A.S. X,i ';ey;
Augtistuls ixvell, James J. . 1 .I.::.n,
L. D. l!ed and Jlubort Hodgcn.
Xo nnlmal to recoivo an awnrsl or
premium 'in irioro than one number of
this Class.:-i- ' ' ' ; "
CLASS A No. 3—HARNESS, &C.
Best pair match Horses br Mares
for light harness1, :" ' "" "
2d'li''.drt" do 'i ' J-""do '"
Best Gelding orMflTC for single
harness',
2d "i do - do : " !!' - do
Best saddle Gelding or Maro, -
$10
5
8
5
8
i 5
red . . do , ' :i don ;
AwardingConiinittee. A.S. Dickey,
Augustus Lovell,' James : J. Huffman,
L. D.'Keed.'and KobeH Hodgcn. "'
ffo animal to receive an award or
premium in mofo than ono number of
this Class. ' .
CLASS A No. 4—SWEEPSTAKES.
Fastest trotting horse or maro lu" ' '
harness. $50
Awarding Committee James A.
M'Connel, 14.11. Dodge, John Buck, and
Cajit. James Darlington and "William
T. Tally, of Muskingum county.
Sweepstakes oj'u o other counties;
CLASS B—MULES AND ASSES.
Best Jack, '"' "' $10
2d V do ;''' - 5
Best puir Mules, : . . 8
2d do 4
Best Mulo ' 'i;' ;-'"': I ' ' ' ' 5
2d ; do ;.-" " : ' ": ' 3
Awarding Committee.' William F.
Hedges, John Hanchcr. Ephraim C.
Ellis, Dr. J. W.White, and Banjumin
Mutson.
CLASS C No. 1—SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham Bull over three years $10
2d
do
do
do
5
"4
2
3
2
2
1
6
3
4
3
3
2
2
X
A.
Best
2d "
Best
2d
do.
do
do
do
over 2 years,
' do .do
over 1 year,
do do
Best Durham Bull Calf, ,
2d do do ,
Best Durham Cow over 3 years,
2d -do do do '
Best Durham Heifer over 2 yrnrs,
za io . ao do '
Beet do r do over 1 year.
2d; ; do , . do do- :
Best do . Heifer Calf,
2d do do
A ward in g Con i m i tteo. J nmes
Gillespie, Lewis L. Joy, Humph
Smith, Mahlon H. Parsons, and Elisha
II. Trimble. . , ' ,
No premium awarded in this sub-division
of this Class unless tho written
pedigree of tho uniinul TJDon which tho
saino is claimed bo josted ppon or near
tno man tnerooi.
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS.
Best Bull over 3 yeas, , 1 '
2d do . do ' .
Best do over 2 years,
2d. i do . i do ,,
$10
Best : dp over I yearr . 3
2d ' do ' i do : ' -.- . , i:
Best -do Calf, ,. ,- , ,..
M ... do ... do : i:
Best Low over 3 years, , . . i
2d do : do .' .... , , .3
Best j'leifor over 2 years,
2d do do . ... , . ,
Best do ovor 1 j'oar, ; . .
2d., do . i do ... .1 ,. ,
Bes Heifor Calf, . ... :. . , ...
ia ao . ;. ao-... i. ,-, i ..,...! i
. AwardingComraittee-JustusChad
wick, Jolin McDonald, Kufui D. Cot
ton, Kichard McEILiutiy and Nicholas
: No premiums. awardod in this sub
division of this cjass aulcsg the written
pediro; of Alio- hidrfjaL stpott whtiJiithB
mMPftis ikUiuied. ln rtediurpa anntnr
the Btall thereof. ,tu t;l
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS. CLASS C No. 3—GRADED STOCK SHORT
HORNS, DURHAMS AND DEVONS.
Bust Bull-Over 4 years, ti - "90
2d ' . 'doji'i do '' r" ' '' li 't)
Best -drt' 6Vfrr-0-yers,' " " 1" 4
2d clrt ' (10
. .. . w. . . .
Best
2d '
"do1
' do
6ver J year,;':
''II ' H. ( l.
tj.i nt -ii.
i. V
i ! i .-.ii -t r
Best,,, do .,,. , CalL!;.,y kl
2d do t. ',- do ,.--i i.i i
Bost Cow over 3 yearn, v
2d i . s elr"'" ''(do- .h '-J
Beat Heifer oVer 2 yeart, "1'
iv) i. ; V !:
I . .i !,!
-l I I 1
.ii. I.
.. -. I ll.f l
2d , do, . . , l.o
Best' do MbyiT 1
) nt .- ii I
1 1'rt ",. ' ! i'l i
1:1 jiin.i itin ii
-, . . i.'-i
Bmt . da, ,. Calf,.,
2d v 'do " . i do ..i
t'Awardinsr Committee. Solh 1 C
Brewster,. C M. Linscott, John Hnrri(;
Simpkln H. Brown and Capi' Alexftn
dcr lligns, ;';'', ;;-;t -J.
CLASS C No. 4—FAT CATTLE.
Best' fat bullock, ,,, .
2d ' do.-' , . ,v ! "m
Best yoko. work oxon,:.n t ,.i ! i
2d do in ' do - i i
IWl fiit. rrivr: '" 1
2d do , v' ; . ' ' 2
Best four yoke Oxcri from pno town1-' '
P"1 A v ' " -k' ;.V ' 1
..Awarding Committfjo.rDavid . L,
Jetikiiis.Jolin E. Voro, Edmund WliooU
er( Hamnel Wilson and David Smithi
No' animal 1ri this Class can havo
moro than ono premium. ' '
CLASS D—SHEEP.
licet Merino Buck, ., .
2d do ,, do . ,
3d . do t .. .do
Beet 3 Mefiiig,l''.a, ...
'l ,' ., do . I do
I lest 3 Spring I-omlig,
- .1
14
il . .I v
lf
10
9
,10
0
'; 3
.2
,3
.2
1
. 1
3
. ,3
2
S
00
;f0
rir-
1
lit.
2d, , do , do., .
BoV Colti))ld Ruck, , .
2J do,., ... dp,
Heat . do . . Ewes,
1,11-
i.,.j ,
2d.'., do .. da . r. ,
liejt Southdown Buek, t : ,
3-1.. , dO j' do . ;."..
De6t,3 . do1 , Ke i, .:
I' -st t-peeiinen Multou Sl.cqi, 3,iu No.
I'd .do. 1 . do . . .do " ,. do. 1
lli s fkuee AVoo
''ml' . " . .In
" A Wiirdinj Cinniiuttcil. Gcorgo W.' lie
in on, Jyeii lieid, nnd J.infii)i. K li'Ucey,
f!n liiion 8Iimws and, Jojpb 11. tjuge, of
Wiivlilngtoii Conn'y.,
' NO fliffp'ciin tiike morc'thnti one pre
mium the same year. ''' - ' ''
CLASS E—SWINE.
. , , , .
Rest Boar of any kind ,
2d ' do do "
Host Sow cf any kind. " ' '
I
2d do , do "1 i'- '.'
Reel 5 pitta qver 3 and under C months, . .-
21 , do ... . do ... , do , , ,.. ,
Ltent specimen stock bogs not le&s than 5,
2J ' do ' do ' do
JU-et 80W and littet'of pigs', 6 or more, 1 0
, Awarding Commitive, Allen Daniels,
Robert Handier, Benjamin V. Lambert,
Ezekicl Dtfvol end John Neely. . .
CLASS F—POULTRY.
Rest pair Polands, ' '
2d do .i ' ' .
Rust pair Dorkings, . ,
2d do '. . , . ;
Rest pair Shanghais,
2d do :
Rett pair Cochin China, '
21 do do
Rent G natives, Cock and 5 liens, .
Rest pair Turkeys,
2d ' do
Rest psir Docks,: , i
. " pair Guiiifa Fowls, .
. ' pair Pea Fowl.
91 00
CO
1 00
60
1 00
60
1 00
. 00
1 00
i 00
: 50
1 oo
1 00
1 00
1 00
: fiO
1 00
Adair,
McC'ui-
display poultry owned by cxb'r,
2d ' do do 1 ' do
Rest 'cage Canary Birds, ' " '
Awarding (Joinuiittuc. James A.
Eli Shepard, Janiej Curr, William U.
ty and John riinms.
CLASS F—POULTRY. SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G—PLOWS.
Rest Plow for geneial purposes, $3
2d do do . . , . ... 2
Rest double shovel Plow, . 2
2d . do it, i ...i-.'- );-... I
Rent side hill Plow, , , . 2
Awarding Coinmittee. James lonchi idee,
William 'Rurkhinst, Sanitiol Il.Suott, John
E. 'J bomas aud Peter Miller.
CLASS II—FARM IMPLEMENTS.
Rest Wagon lor lurm rmrpoFiii,
. $5 00
2d - do do
3 00
ft 00
, 3 00
.. 1 00
" 1 00
Rest Spring Wagou, . .
24 . .!- , do ..
Beet twoi-borso llurrow, , . , ..
' Roller,
borsc-bav Rake,
2 00
1 00
, . fiO
1 00
Best straw and bay Cutter,
2nd . do i: - do i , ,
Rent Churn, ,
2d do
60
Rest Ree nive,
1 00
2d do
1 00
1 00
, 1 00
Rost Hoo, - .-. '
Heal Ox-joke and bows, . ,
Rest Potato Hook.
" Sugar Cttf.e M 111 '"
2d 'do do
Rest dirplny of garden Implements, -
., owned by exhibitor, . ,
Rest dinpluy of farm implements,
" owned by exhibitor,
1 Awarding Committee. James C
ridge, William Rarkurst, Samuel
Johu . Thomas and Peter Miller,
1 00
' 3 00
2 00
3,00
5 00
. IjOtlgl
U.Scott
CLASS I—MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES.
' 1 ' ' Tl'UES. "
2
3
2
Rest wagon Harness for general use,
2J . i' do ' do '
Best carriage Harness, ... .
2d . do ,
Rest wagon Whip,
Saddle, " : ' ' '
2d Aa :.. , .
Rest side Sole Leather,
2d do.. : do .,
Rest' side Upper Leather, .
$3 00
2 00
8 00
2 00
i oo
3 00
2 00
I 00
. 60
1 00
1 00
l 00
, 1 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
pair ineu s Coarse Jioots,
" , pair men 's Fine Roots
" " 'pair Judy's Slippers,
Uoots, , , ,
made UoBt, . , . . ,
",, made Pants, .. .. . ...
two Barrels, (tight work,)
''.two do (slack work,),
" barrel Flour.., , ' .
21 ' ' d " ' " "
1.00
r.rs
.1 ' .TUl.'l
Table Salt. . .
:.3i 00
) ,00
1 00
t. 00
do
iit,!
.... ;.. do-fl .d u l-.vi :
Rrtt ".Carriage mado h) pootj.r
Hi) do .a no
Rest' Cook Stdef'..rW.d;!'r-1"(""1 00
M .if-r.-d" 1 "-'.fof ooah --tiil -: 't,.i0
Real neat Oak Corn . Raskels, not i.-ss . ,
limn fodr In' No. ' 1 00
Best dicplsy.of Tin Ware, to'con'ilst of'i- mi
I id, UueHet, iin J'un, J in . u,,:,.
Kettle, mannfaclurcd by exhibitor: ,2 06
Best Rifle Oun. ' J ' "2' 00
Wasliing Mertrnf,- ". .. 100
Panel Door, ''.'i
.IT-,
V 00
2d do ,. , ;.. j 1
I il-. ri
i I '
. t.
'it 60
Rest Window Bush.
1 im
2r!: ' ' do" '.
:i
Rest Rnreau, !'! i. t vi-u iii
i I. h- 00
"., Bedstead, , , .. t (
" Centrn 'fable,
sett Of Chairs.' ''! "''
11 .hsICdotoa Cotn .Brootrij,
" , Wool Hat iiiada iu count',
M! Fnr flat nnidb In cortnty,
' :Kly Rrotih, (pea fowl Teaihors,)
., !.:.. . ,
y i:.T
2.00
"4 00
!
2 00
,1.00
1 00
1 00
: f 00
t ,iiro lor lyii.R wool, j
." . dinplay Marble Work.
1 00
6 00
l! (
Awnrditig (Jomrnlttcit. Jarnes J.1 Palriieri
Mnowpsb Keiser. iKobriiim , P. JJunsmoof'.
John M. (JillcHijio and JSamnel Pi ice. Jr.
Rent barrel Ss'l,,.
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J No. 1.—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES
' TORES. ' '
R.t apecimco Crape Wino, ,
f. 2.00
1 00
, T 00
' 8 00
200
" ' -3 00
I - S 00
j 3 01)
2 00
1 00
" ! P0
-- 00
itit 60
1 00
. . . UfiO
:-, 1 oo
fto
!":1 00
' '60
1 OO
.. , .60
2.1 , do do do
Rest' tlo Currsnt Wine. ' ' (
Rest four pouuds freh butter''-"''1
2d . do do -.
Hi-el JftftMay batter,' ' 1 r
2d ' do ii -.i.'.".' i.i ,;- .
Rot tJlievee, : i,: : -t. ..t-.- -t . ,
2J , . do . ,...'.
Rest lof bread, and bow mud'1.
2d "do' '' do ' -'do "'
Hilt'lotf brown-bread, how madi), '
2d do do do - . ,
Rest two hams nwab and 4mw cured,
2d- i;.. do . ,. do lo . -
Res) jar. Onii.cp, preserves, ,,
2d ... do . do
He
it j r Ojiine.e jelly, '
" do do- 1
2d
Rest jar Tomato jolly,
2d ! do: t .do:;
Rt-st jnr Currant jelly,
00
60
2d do do ,
Rest sweet apple J1uUses,
00
60
OO
60
00
no
(10
2d do " do
Rest jur Snap,
2-1 . do
r -r.
Best box lh-ncy
I do
Restjjr Pivklof, . m. .
2l . i , do . r
.'0
Rent box Candies,
00
60
00
60
00
60
2.1 do
Rest box fancy biifSoap
2-1 do " "do '
Rest display homemado Soup,
2-1 .'.. do do . de . ;
Rest fallen Sorghum or Chins Sugar-
cune 5yrup.
00
00
00
no
'60
00
00
00
00
Rest 5 lbs. Sorgh nm Sugar; '
2d do' do '
Rest preserved peaches in cans or jura.
2d do- , do.. . -
Rest preserved plums In cans or jars,
" oo memos, uo
" gallon Carbon oil, '- ' " ' ' '
' ' box Iteaiit Soap, ' . i '.
". ,jar Apple letter, ., '
1 jar Lard,
Awarding Committee. Dr.' Chsrlc
100
1 00
Bob.
ertwr., Col. George ti. Comer, .Mrs. R. II.
Dodge, Mrs. Robert .Welborell, and Mr.
George J. Henderson. , , ., , t
CLASS J No. 2.
Peat Woolen Carpet,
S3
S
Ha 0-
Cuir double Covorlet.i,
nme wroiiRlit Kiiff,
iitir woolen Stuoklnga,' ' ' '
Ive yards of Linen, , -
,ed Quilt,
2d 1 do , ! '' ' -
Kent !We yards of Flannel, .
Id ' do do
Uest pair of honicniude bl.u.ketfl, -.
2d do do do . . '
Heat piece o. doth, not lota thin 5 yard,
'iii do do do do
Heat liicee of Caaaimere, not leaa than t rarda,
2d do do do do
Jivni piece of satinett, not 1pm than 6 yard.
'id do do , do do
Heat pair woolen Mittena, '
pair ainule I'overleu,
i-alrcottnu htocklnRH,
liuinemads Counterpane,
pair homemade liueu Hlieot),
lir
inen Tattle Cloth, "I
Awarding ConiDiitU.-Cbarlea L. barker. Urn.
Win. Hoilcmi, Mia. lieibert Joiiuaou, Mia. Ezekicl
Diivol and IUa Lucy AUuiua. , .. . ., '
CLASS J No. 3.
Bent bonnet In atyle aud making,
Cap oo ' oo .
made Dress,
mado hlibt, ,
worated Knibroidery,
Killc do
Kmbroiderj on Muslin,
o on Collar,
' apecimcn Leather work.
Hkirt,
btraw lMauet , , .,,
(Imp bnt,
Cr-.tehet work,
pair Lamp Uala, .. '
Tidy,
Awardiox Committee William W.
Pvlc. Mra
Ceorno B. Corp. allaa Auna Bill, Mra.
and Aliai Kate Vote.
J. H. Da via
1
FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K—FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS.
Heat eolleotion flowera,
tion
, . I oo
2 oo
2d do do i , .
Heat diaplay of sreou houae pUnts.
2d do do do
101
Heat arranged Bouuuet, '
1 00
60
1 00
' - 60
l oo
' 1 00
60
2d do do , . . , . ;
eat display of dahlias,
2d do do . .
Haat selection of ro-ie, . ,
Heat display wax flowers, . . ,
2d do do
Ht-at oil paiuting,
2d do
Heat water color painting.,
2d do do ' ' '
Heat specimen crayon druwlug,
2d . do . . do , , -
Heat do penmanaliip,
" do printiug.
24 do do
Heat pUutograpb, ,. ,, . ,
2d do
t 00
too
J no
60
I 00
- -j 00
1 00
a oo
i oo
jlwardinpr Commute. William
Vincent
Mra. J. (J. btone, Mr. Itobert L.Mori la, Mrs.Jobu
ii.. ii i&t:. ...... . ..... .. -
linn, auu Diiaa oiaiy a. n funnel.
aii aitivtea iu una uiaa niuut la) produced ny
exhibitor.
1 ).
60
69
CLASS L—FRUITS.
Heat eight kinds fall apples.
2d do do " ''
ad ' do . do . ' I
Heat ten kinds winter apples.
Id do do I "
3d do do - , . ,
Heat diaplay fall pears, .
2.1 do' do :n '
Heat diaplay winter peara. ! !
2d do do
Iteat ' 4o 1 cjuinces,' -' ' lJ
2-1 , uo do
Hbt"v' dv ' peaHiaa, "
tjl 4 00
r.4 '.t ! Vi,s,;frft n
5d J.MjllH'.llvy
HI
nr giapiaj iruii pioa.irva ny exnimrvr a
Hd do ... t-r do do - ' " r '
34-f .jdo, i';;i do. - - do. - ',"!H
A wntt OonrmltWwWiwtrffT-TMtii1,1 "Tb-Brcr
William. Johua Hall, llervej o. Andrwi and W.
W; rtattibiinS, of Waihlngtoir county. "
-WoffOfed five tpplei ofeach kluJ..',"'"tlf
All artlrlea In thia cta-J omit W pr-JduOajT !,
the exhibitor. - r '
4 i nl
S
i
CLASS M—VEGETABLES.
Peat diaplay blah pointy, . , ; t o
2d
do.
do,
Brit
2d
Heat
2d
Hen
flest
2d
Heat
2rt
Re at
do
.vdo
i do
do
, . do
' t
d-i
do
do
' do
sweet patnlo, i. (
L : doi . ; o ' d-i t i ,
i OO
f OS
(fi ti I -I I M.
- cabbnges net leaa tban.f head I
. turnip I J Ubt ; .; ,
,,,.,-do . I -.ii .ti-. .4 ,-J
. , onUna, 1 peek, .... ,.pl..( oo
ton."!-.!.'! peek. r! 'a' "'"!':io
beets; 11 if) nnlbbe r " , J oo
Li7 1 S ' ' Hriso
winter qi)anho, 3 in nomUr 1 eg
1,1 . . AO
canlillawei, a hea.li, 1 el
"wrJeUeoll,JhMd;:
do
lu-it
2-1 do
Kent do
2d .., do
HeA 1 'An
li . .I.i
Uest' 'tlo 1
' po -, ).. , .. . ;..,,,,.! o
piimpklus, J In number, i bo
d-l I . ).. .1. ; I.I .... ,f,t
vecetablo egg plaitt,v,-(-.T oe
2d .,!
He-it
2d
Heat
Id "
Hctt
Un
do do
tn-
do
do
do
8
tipor.aod surk;
; nt
eu
1 IX
" l 0(
I oo
to
eeillmrpoUtnoa for l?M,
R eltrf.iirf.
do
," i '' da
kldner bnul, 1-2 pecli.'1'-
" dinpliiy vcgctaaiM,
2d do do
Awarding Committee Jamea n.M'Oraw. Cbarlt
LotiKbridue William bherwood.O. W. Conklln.and
Andrew Ji Hart. , , , , .
,. j i ..... , ; ., Ijj
CLASS N—FARM PRODUCTS—GRAIN IN BUSH.
I !et do rve. .i I vin aW
Beai . do. ;-. ,, ,
l-.K Art
'l OV Q) "
lleV ' do 1 tnltWrley; ': ",! '
i biiahc: loillaa corn In tbs f , ' : '
2d do . Uj , ...
Hsat bnatiernf iiirkwheaV"J' '
20 i . do .; do . Oil; ':.- i- i t.
Heat do flaxrpd. . .. .
, 1 09,
l
1 00
1 or?
00
I 09
i 00
. 1 oo
ll
i 00
i oe
Het
Hct
Heat
Best
Ui-at
do liiuotl.y aied.
do C lnvur ate87. '" " .
dlHjUSjipLlb.t ( i. .'TJI
l i l-ii w e tt ci in,
do , uhli. I,....
Heat lo Ijpp,
1 oo
band
Ri-.--iimcrti,Tii lonuoto, nollins' tuvr. '"IT
2d do
dj
1 IK'tUW
do
1 00
Awarding Committer Joab-J. Montgomery.
Jamea Muir.iy, Aurm I'. Deweei, William ll.Cool,
and ThompMin A. Hobinaon.
No premium shall l.e swaided lit Ihi' rtaa ac
cept to l)i producer, and of tbe trop oflicd, I
CLASS O—FIELD CROPS.
Beat aro wheat, not loaa than 3J biuLo! to
2d "do ' d,)'
do ' - (J,, ,
Beat acre Indian cprn, nolle than 100 buab
ci 10 moarre, .
2d . . . do S' : - ; do - I -I
Beat aero full barley, not leaa than 40 buab
; cla lo thoa.-.re, . . - . . .. . '
Beat aero spring barley, not lcathan40bnah-
els to the acre,
2.1 do do
Beat nnro ryo, not lota tlinn 0 I) u hols n the.
MmW:U .it. .l.ak'lfl
Boat acre out, not lea than 40 buahel to the
' ..' acre, i.. .-'v-.i 1 1 .. . . ,; .... mu
2-1 do do
Beat acre, buckwheat, not kt than 40 tmri
elato theaort.. .,';'. . i ' t
2.1 ' do do
Best crop Iriab potatoea, not loaa than kac.r,s4
J-l ' ' ' ' Ao do T'tj
Beat cropawuet potatock. not leaa than ' i aero.
i An do
Beat crop clovor aecd, not leas than one aet-e,
2d do - do I ......
Beat crop timothy aced, not lea than W afre,
2d do
do
Beat M acre turnip.
2d do
Beat i aero Held boan.
2-1 do
8-1 do
Boat i aoro field na, .
2d do
3d do ' " "
Beat Waoroof flax seed.
2d '.do
Bet i acre oniona,
2d do ' '
Beat ! acre broom xro.;
. 1
.1!
2d. - do . .
1'
Beat li aero carrola.
t-1 do " ' ' :
Beat i adro field beeU, ' 1 ''
2d .' ... ... do ..' i ' .
Beat M oore hnpi, with. full oroountof enlti-
vauon ana preaervaiion. I
rremiuma in tbia elna to bo awarded at the
nienling of tbe direetora, iu MoConnelaville, ou
tbo 2ltli day of Wovembor next.
T):siretirnary Coliilnitloe. John B. Btone.
Pr. J. II. Brown, Willinm 1. Urown. Mra. -Mo-
e MeBaniel aud Miaa Barah .lenkina. . . -
I'reni.uina will not be awarded iu anv ot the
forigoiug clnnaea, unlcaa tbe Judgea deem tha
artiolo or animul meritiiriou. -'
ItlrniherNliIrn ' - - - - $1 0
Hlngl AttmlNMloii - m ... i- sn
Good water will be found Upon the gfonnd
and hay furuiahed gratia to all atock brought for
exhibition. '' - - ' '
Kntrica rany be made at any time bcore, tha
Fair with the Beerotary, at tho Book Blore, in
M'Connelaville, and at tbe Fair Ground until
IP o'clock A- 1. of the aocond day of thej Fair.
F. W. WOOD, Yrc$.:t
Jonx S. Adair, ffec'y. , , f
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICft.
TUE nuderalirned boa twan appolnlad AJaiin
alrutor of the cstuU of Jiimei E. Btewart,
deeeaaed, lato of Morgan county, Ohio. '
oU-lSl! .. JAMK3J, ITEWAnT..;
T
HK OLD
KaiARUSHiil)
. I . . .:. . ....
GROOEHY STORE
At the old 'and, In the thrre-atory brick, aaarby
cppnatle the l'ot Uoua.
:i t.
D H. MORTLEY
.i i..
j .i
reapectfully informs tho oltUnof Morgan cwintr
that he keeps conatautly on baud a full aairtmiit
of the varlou article uaually kept lu a Uratolasa
(rocery Hloro, eonaiating iu part of , '
Tea, CuO'aa, Hokrj', Flah Hods, fpicen, CanneA
Friilta,CoveOyatar.hyrupa,Clie.!e,Ciackeo,
Kaalua, Woodwnre, Tobacco, Cigars, rtjr-
. el. UiB l'owdor, lilaatlng J'owdor.
l'iw, 1'aeki.ig Varnr Red
,.,'... Cord, Manill.i Itopo, . . I 'i -' J
, Laid Oil, Carben ' , -:.
' - ' v Oil, Ao.. ,' ': 1 1
i . - , Ac, ..(',.
all of which will be aold at the veryloweal prlre.
etlber at wholesale or retail, for oah or piuou
country pn duce.
TbehlKbealmaiketpriee paid fo -all liuda f
Country Produce. . . , t
:7.u'cl" 11 ,B,,, etabllhiieat if W Alt
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