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FRIDAY MORNING, SEP ft 28.
W m. C t E N 5 t i t 11 i i j Editor.
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
1. Rt.wh4, That tbe Democracy of Ohio will
adhAr in tho prtacnt and in tha future in the
pnt, with unralterinB lidWity and urinncaa to
tho organiaation of the Democratic partv, and
to it ancient and well eettlcd principles aa
enunciated by Thomiia JcH'craou, tho great
Apoula of American Democracy, and ac
knowledged and accepted by tha party from the
foundation of the Government ; and eapecially
t equal taxation, and of n-preaenlion of all tho
Plate aubjeel to taxation.
t. Samlrtd, That tho one great question of
tho day ia immediate and uneonditiounl rentora
tien of all all the ftatei to tho exoreim of their
fichu witliln tha Iderl Union under the Con
stitution! and that wo-will cordially ami Be
lively support Audrew Johnson, a President of
the Vnitcrl Htatea, in nil nerraarv and liroper
mean to curry out liia nuUev
aa directed to
that end; nnd eapeciully la aacuring immediate
representation iu the bcuatud Hume of l:.-p-renmiativea,
to tho eleven -tstaies from which
it ia now unconstitutionally ami arbitrarily
withheld, uniesa mi lh degrading condition of
Inferiority in the Iniou, and of iicro political
an civil equality enforced by tho federal Gov
ernment. 3. JUmlved, That for the j.urposca above aet
forth, we will cordially co-opcrato in public
meeting, conventiona and at tho polls, with all
men, without reference to past party positions,
who honrny and by their pretensions, aupport
tho I 'reoidcut in bia policy of restoration aa uow
developed.
Something About Mr. Plants'
Record.
According to all accounts tho Hon.
Tpbiaa A. Tlants, at bis meetings held
recently in this county, makes some
efforts to explain his course in tho last
Congress. Wo understand that his ex
planations aro not satisfactory with
every one no, not even with men of
his, own party.
Mr, riants' record, made in tho last
Congress, is not' altogether acceptable.
For reliable political information wo
inubt refer the reader to a little volume
got up, published and sold by tho
Clerk of tho House of Representatives,
entitled 'Mctherson's Political Man
ual for 18GG." What wo cannot find
in this volume in' regard to riants'
record wo will let Mr. Plants furnish
himself.
w'Wo may imagine one of Mr. riants'
hard-handed constituents, a farmer for
example, meeting him on his return
home from Washington, and after con
gratulating' lihn on his improved np
pearanco (62,000 extra pay for an
vigiit murium uuseuco irom uomo
would improvo tho appearance of tho
most of men) would 02en n conversa
tion something liko tho following:
Farmer Well Mr. Plants what have
you dono in Congress for us farmers,
tho mechanics and the working men?
. riants Well, to toll tho truth, wo
.haven't been able to do a m eat deal for
a
you; circumstances over which wo
bad no control rendered this Impossi
ble, but II) toll you what -we have
' done, we have dono a good deal for tho
niggers. ' ' ' '
F. Have you dono anything to
lighten our taxes, and tho taxes upon
everything that wo eat, drink and
.wear?
P- Well, no; 1 can't say wo havo;
but wo havo laid out a good doal of
money to feed, educate und protect our
loyal black population.
F. Uavo you done anything to re
store ppeoie payments, and make tho
promises of the Government worth
what they pretend to be?
P. Well, not much ; but wo have
.voted down two vetoes of old Johnsou,
who was determined wo shouldn't give
our colored frionds tho samo rights a3
white people.
F. Have you dono anything to
equalize taxaticn, so that tho burdens
of governmen t shall rest equally upou
nil classes?
P. Not a groat deal I confess ; but
then we dono a very great deal to
equalize tl0 rights of all classes, by giv-
log tho i'lectivo franchise to tho negroes
in the District of Columbia and in nine
Territories.
--P. Have you done anything to re
store the Union, and reconstruct . tho
States?
, ' P. Well, no; but we have flxed.things
0 that if tho South ever gets bnck into
tho Union, it will be nowhero unless
they lot tho negro vote.
F.- Did you appropriate tho money
to pay Abe white soldiers the extra
.bounty of fifty and one hundred dollars
wLich you promised them ?
P. That was overlooked j but we
1 did not forget to provide the moans to
pay our loyal black allies the three bun-
i at t i i. i
area uouurs wnicn we tnougnt wasaue
to thom.
P. Did yoa do anything to conciliate
Jhobite people of the South, and load
them to the belief that a political nsso
ciutiou with tho North would bo for
thsir pleasars or advantage ? ,
I. No; but wo did a very great
dcnl to prove that tho pcoplu of tho
South aro diHloyal,and toconvinco our
selves that our only hopo U in tho loynl
blacks.
F. I perceive Mr. riatita that yonr
record in Congress is that of a negro
representative
r. I perceive that yon aro.a traitor,
a copperhead, and a pyinpathiecr with
rebellion.
From our examination of Mr. riants'
Congressional record, we .think the
above is a cood showing. What docs
our Jladical-IJepublican friends think
of it? Will you now march np to tho
polls and voto for Tlauts, after you
havo thus been informed? AVe don't
think you will. You will voto for Fol-
lett, and esenno the indorsement of
such a record. It is all true, every
word of it, nnd we challengo a rcftita
Hon of a inglo point in tho statement
Missouri-How It Is Governed.
Montgomery liloir, in s speech just made at
Portland, soys of this sudly misgoverned
State, where a brother of hia contributed to
save the Uoiled State Arsenal, ia 1S61, and
did gome good fighting Id the war:
I Icll you her, gentlemen, that there is no
tnch a despotism ou this eat tb, nut lu Rus
sia, nor Ir. France, as is being rxerci.'cd by
Radicnlinni to-day In the State of Missouri.
It is in bauds of a power who relicts bis
own qnote, who (elects bis own partisans,
who ull him what lo select. They bavc
turned out all the judgis, and put lu bis par
liruus. And then we bavc got a law (bat no
man can prcacb the gospel who will not
swear to an (intll of eighty-six ctuuscs; thut
man can not practice lay, or be employed
in an inrurunci cQistf, or practice any busi
news, unless be tukea oath to tbe eiglity-iix
cluufM. You lulk about tbo I'm itutisj and
their prirato life, but tbey wert lalitudiau
riaDS to theae Missouri patroits, who have
curried all thing) to tbo ultima lbuli, and all
under the pretext of servir.g tbe country.
You can see tbc.ic tilings (bat I bring home
to )uu that it was notorious as tliu sun in
tbe heavens. Why, ltiis Constitution of tbe
United States, trained bytbewiitcst men tbe
country ever produced, alter weeks of delib
eration wby, they wiped it all out by' a cau
cus conrcuiion, sitting ia secret, where
no man knows wbo proposed any f thing.
Wo have fire oi six new cluu'c
proposed to tbe Constitution' which are pu:
up and vot'.'d through under tbe uucus press
ure. lis re is a trifit of Legislature
ouly; and a Iruynitut of that L-gixluUre
goto into ion.e caucus, and close tbo doors,
und discusres tbit lundaineolal provision;
and then they put the screw down upon the
member of these caucuses. Ibey won't beat
tbo light of day. I bis caucus manufactured
these luws which are subverting the ery
fouudutious of theT'ot'ili'.uliou. Thut is done
hero iu the iiiuctcetith ccneury, bore in I86C;
when all Europe ia piogictting, aud yVinerha
has tavtd the Union. .. '
THE COMMITTEE OF FIFTEEN
And thus fuctiou turns itself Into a con-"
dare of fifteen dirff tors to subvert the law17
and diffraiichUcs a portion of the people,
and fortifl'jj iUelf in power. Kow. obterve
how thif works practically. Tnko (he State
of Louisiana, about .which tliey aro raising
this liulhibaloo; you will see, if yv examine
the rocoids of this secrete directory. 'I here
has accidentally couio to light a speech by
Mr. Bout well. II ruuda a speech which ac
cidentally got out and became known, lie
was opposed to the adjournment of Congres",
tecum bo wauled Cougrcis 13 sit there
until lbs Loulttia Convention, this defunct
Convention ol 18C1, sliould be revived to set
up a new government. And tbu, you see,
it is given out that the governmeut set up by
Malm and bn'f a dozii other men, all of
whom are imported into Louisiana, was to
be recognized by this patriotic directory sit
ting at Washington.
Gf.nku.il (inijif, oftor having vainly cn
deavored lo suy a few words to the howling
Abolition jncka's wlio weie gathered around
tbe Bates llouao ou Monday, after retiring to
tho parlor, is repotted to bavo remarked
"that Ihdiunupolis stood more ia need of re-
oratiizatio3 than any other locality that be
kuew of." And that is lust what's the mat
ter.
A LtDY's Opinion or Loan Biboh.
Miti Fauahaw, Lsrself dislinguihhcd for
brilliant an i various talent and other attrac.
tions, gives In letter to a friend ber opinion
Kf Lord liyrou, whom she had met at a din
ner at Sir Humphrey Davy's: "He is a mix
ture of gloom and sarcasm, chustened, how
ever with good breeding, and with a vein of
original genius that mukes some atonement
for the uuberole aud ungenlal catt of his
whole mind. It a is mindjthat never con
veys the idea of sunshine. It is a dark eight,
oo which tbe lightning Bashes."
What did TtiE Soldiers Fight for?
Tho Republican papers aro calling
upon the soldiers to voto the way they
fought. The quostion is what did they
ngnt tor.
Jfthoy fought to enforce tho Consti
tution and the laws;
If they fought to restore the Uoion;
Then they should vote with tho Dem
ocratic party, if they wish to "vote the
way they fought."
If they fought to keep tho Statos out
of tho Union;- 1
If 'they fought for negro equality;
. If they fought tosupport the negroes:
They should vote with the Radical
party, Toledo Record.
LIST OF PERMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED BY THE
Morgan Co. Agricultural Society
AT THEIR
Fourteenth Annual Fair
TO BE HELD AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS.
OCTOBER 2d, 3d and 4th, 1866.
FIRST DEPARTMENT.
CLAS A No. 1—HORSES FOR ALL WORK.
IJont Stallion over 4 years,
2d ' . do do
IJest do over 3 years,
2d do do
Host do over 2 yearn,
2d do do
Host Gelding over 4 years, ,
2d do do
liest do over 3 years,
2d do do
Jk-nt do over 2 years,
2d do do
JJost Maro over 4 years,
21 do do
IWt do over 3 years,
2d do do
Uest do over 2 years,
2d .lo do
Best brood Marc, colt bv her side.
10
A va rd i n g Com mitt eo. A . S. Dl t k ey,
AtiicuNttts Lovcll, James J. llullinan,
L. J. Jioed und Jlobcrt Ilodgen.
No animal to receive nn award or
premitim in ni:ro than ono number of
thin Class. t
CLASS A No. 2—HEAVY DRAUGHT.
lltst Stiillion over 4 years, f8
2d do do 1 5
Best Maro or Gelding over 4 years, C
2d do do do 3
Best pair draught Horses or Mures 10
2d do do G
3rd do : do 3
AwardinrtCjiimmittcc. A.S. Diekey,
Aiigu.-ds Lovi-ll, James J. Huffman,
L. L). Beed and llobcrt" llodgcn.
No unimal to receive an award or
premium in more than one number of
thin C'hiMrt.
CLASS A No. 3—HARNESS, &c.
Best pair match Horses or Mares
lor light harness,
10
5
8
5
8
5
2d do do do
Best Gelding or Maro for single
li artless,
2d do do do
Best saddle Gelding or Mare,
2d do do
Awarding CommHteo. A.S. Dickcv,
Augustus Lovcll, James J. Jlutlman,
L. JL. lfecd. and Bobert Ilodgen.
No animal to receive an award or
premium in more thun ono number ol
this Class.
CLASS A NO. 4—SWEEPSTAKES.
trotting horse or mure in
harness. $.")0
Fastest pacing horso or maro, un-.
" tier saddle or in harness, agaiin-t
time, C'
Premiums will not bo awarded ii.
this class unless there shall be at least
three competitors for each premium.
An additional entry lee of $2 will bo
required in each of the abovo cases.
Awarding Committee. James A.
M'Connel, li. II. Dodgo, John Buck, and
('apt. James Darlington und William
T. Tally, ot Muskingum county.
Sweepstakes open to other counties.
CLASS B—MULES AND ASSES.
Best Jack, . $10
2d do 5
Best pair Mules, 8
2d do 4
Best Mule 5
d do 3
Awarding Committee.- William F.
Iletlgos
John Handier, Ephraim C.
Ellis, Dr. J.' W.White,
and Banjuiuin
F. Matson.
CLASS C No. 1—SHORT HORNS.
Best Durham Bull over three years ?10
zd do do do
Best do ovor 2 years,
2d do do do
Best do over 1 3'car,
2d do do do
Bast Durham Bull Calf,
2d do do
Best Durham Cow over 3 yeurs,
2d do do do
Best Durham Heifer over 2 years,
2d do do do
Best do do over 1 year,
2d do do do
Best do Heifer Culf,
2d do . do
Awarding Com mittco. James
Gillctmio, Lewis L. Joy, Humnhrev
Smith, Mahlon II. Parsons, and Elisha
11. Iruuble.
No premium awarded in this sub-division
of this Class uniesa tho written
pedigree of the animal upon which the
Baino is clairaod bo posted upon or near
mo stall laoreoi.
CASS C No. 2—DEVONS.
BeKt Bull over 3 ycuB, 4
2d do do
Best do ovor 2 yoars,
2d. do do
Best do ovor 1 yoar,
2d do do
Best do Calf,
2d do do
Bost Cow over 3 years,
2d : do do .
Best Heifer over 2 years,
2d . do do -Best
do over 1 year,
2d do dg
110
&
4
2
Ttna TTo for Calf. i .
Id do do
Awarding Committoe.
wick, John McDonald,
ton, Bichnrd McElhinny
us Chad
1). Cot
! Nicholas
Coburn. , " . ,
No premiums awarded ,j this sub
division of t(his clns niTleHS the written
pedigjeo oTtbo animal upon which the
Fame i lunicd1)o posted upon or ncor
tho stulfl!iiereof." ,' .
CLASS C No. 3—GRADED STOCK, SHORT
HORNS, DURHAMS AND DEVONS.
Best Bull over 4 years,
(10
5
4
2
2
1
2
1
G
3
3
2
M
1
o
1
2d
do
do
Best
2d
Best
2d
Best
2d
do
do
do
do
do
do
over 3 years,
do
over 1 year,
do
Calf,
do
Best Cow. over 3 years,
2d do do-''-".?,
Best Heifer over" 2 veuVs. ' k
2d do ". do'""'
Best do - over 1 venr,
2d do '-'Mo
Best do 'Calf, .
2d do , io
Awarding Committee. Seth C.
Brewster, O. M. Ljnscolt, John Harris,
Simpkiu II. Brown nnd Capt. Alexan
der Higgius.
CLASS C No. 4—FAT CATTLE.
Best fat bullock, $5
2d do 3
Best yoko Avork oxen, 6
2d do do 3
Best fat cow, 4
2d do 2
Best four yoke Oxen from ono town-
snip, 10
Awarding Committee. David L.
Jcnkins.John E. Voro, Edmund Wheel
er, Samuel Wilson and David Smith.
No animal in this Class can have
more than one premium.
CLASS C No. 4—FAT CATTLE. CLASS D-SHEEP.
Ilest Merino Httck,
2d do do
3d do do
10
is
10
5
3
2
3
2
2
1
3
2
2
I kit 3 Murii.o rjwes,
U ili do
licxt 3 Spring Lainhs,
2d do do
Host Coltswold Uuck,
2d do do
llest do Kwes,
2d do do
Heat Kuuthdowu Buck.
2J do do
DeM 3 do K,c,
liest tprcinieu Mutton Sheep, 3 iu No
ft
3
00
ftO
2d du do do do
Uest fleece Wool,
1
2nd do
A warding Committor. George W. Herri-
man. Jojvpb lictd, aud Joseph K. Hucey,
Hoylstou Shaw, and Joseph Jl.Uagp, of
M athiiiKloii Uouuty. .
ISO fcberp can tuke more tbsti one re-
mium tbe sums year
Note. Owners ofoheep are requested to rx
bibit 1, 2 and 3 year -old sheep, entered as
such, and the committee will be directed to
examine the same and make such reeammcitda
lion as in their opinion such animals merit,
nnd, il fundi of the s- ciety permit, premiums
will be paid es recommended.
CLASS E—SWINE.
Host Bunr of any kiud, 8 8
2d do do 4
H. "t Sow cf any kiud, ' 6
M do do 3
jl S tiikiJ over 3 aud under C month?. - (j
do do do 3
U at specimen stock hoi; uot less limn ft, 10
2d .to do du ft
licet How and litter of pigs, C or more, G
Awarding Unuintittue. Alien Unkl,
Robert Handier, ltenjauiiu F. Lambert,
J'.zekiul Devol und Johu Necly.
CLASS F—POULTRY.
Host pair Poland, .
tfl 00
50
1 00
60
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
) 00
60
1 oc
1 00
1 00
1 00
60
I 00
id do
liest pair DoikiiiL'H,
2d do . .
liest pair tShanghsIs,
2d dT
liest pail ( '. Inn China,
21 f .1 '.do
Bust 6 p:-"v Cock and 5 Hens,
liest pail 1 i: i-."ys,:
9.1 .l.i
Best pa ir Dueks,,. ? k
4 pair UuiuJa rls,
' pair lu Fow't,
" dieplny poultry owned by cxh'r.
2d do lo do
licsj dice Cunary llirds,
AwarUinif Uomniilwe. Junies A. Adair
Kit ybeiiard, James Curr, William LI. McCur
ly uud John 'I'imms.
SECOND DEPARTMENT.
CLASS G—PLOWS.
Uest Plow for genet ul purposes, 8ft
2d do do 2
liest double shovel Tlow, 2
2d da 1
liest side hill Plow, 2
AwardinK Committee. Jamfs Louirhiide,
William liarkhurst, tiamuol 11. Hcott, John
K. '1'houius and Peter Miller.
CLASS H—FARM IMPLEMENTS.
Best Wagon fur lorni purpoiioa, ?S 00
2d du do " 3 00
liest Spring Wagon, 5 00
24 do . 3'00
Best twohorse Harrow, 1 00
" Boiler, 1 00
L horse-bay Rake, 2 00
Best straw and hay C jtter, 100
2nd do do .50
liest Churn, 1 00
2d do . 60
Best Bee Uive,- 1 00
2d do '1 00
liest Hoe, M 00
Host Ox-yoke and bows, T 00
liest Potato Hook. 1 00
Sugar Cttto Mill, 8 00
2d do do 2 00
liest display of garden implements,
1 owued by exhibitor, 9 00
Dest diHplay of farm implements.
owned by exhibitor, 6 00
"Awarding Committee. James C. Lough
rut'c, William Burkurst, Bamuel U.Buott,
JoinlR. Thomas and Peter Miller. - ' '
CLASS 1—MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES.
V TUBES. k' v
liest wsAn llarneos for general use, 13 OX)
2i do do 2'iif)
liest ctrrisge Harness, 8 00
2d do 3 00
1 00
3 00
2 00
1 00
60
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
00
00
00
CO
00
00
00
00
00
60
6 00
a ot
i oo
2 00
Best nrst Uuk Corn Iiavkets, not lets
(Imn lour in No. 1 00
Best diiplsy ofTiu Ware, lo cnnint of
Tin Bucket, lin Pan, Tin It
Kettle, mnnu fact urrd by exhibitor, ' 2 00
Best Rifle Guti, 2 1)0
" Waohlng Machine, 1 00
" Pannl Door, 1 00
2.1 do 60
liesl Window Soh, 1 00
2i! d'l 50
Peal Bureau, 5 00
" Bedstead, 2 00
" Centre Table, 4 00
" sett of Chairs, 2 00
l: If dozen Cot a Brooms, 1 00
11 Wool Mat marie in county, 1 00
' Fur Hat made in county, 1 00
Fl? Brnxh, (pea fowl featbera.) 1 00
" Fixture for tying wool, 1 00
" display Marblo Work, 6 00
Awarding Committee. James J. Pulnicr,
MaiiasKah Reiser, Kphraim I. l)uunioor,
Johu M. Uillesple and Samuel Price, Jr.
Best wsgon Whip,
" Saddle, ' :
2d do - -
liast side Sole Leather,
2d do do
liest side Upper Leather,
" pair men's Coarse Boots,
" pair men's Fine Boots, ,.
n. pair Lady's Slippers,
msda Coat,
" rnnde Pahls,
" two Barrels, (tight work,) '. -
" two do (slack work.)
" barrel Flour,
2J " d:
Dest barrel Salt,
M do Table Salt;
" (jraln Cradle,
2d do
liest Cnrringe mado'jD county,
2d do do
liest Cook Stove for wood,
" do for coal.
THIRD DEPARTMENT.
CLASS J No. 1—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
TfRF.S.
Beet specimen UraH) Wine,.
2d do do do
Best do Currant Wine.
Best four pounds fresh butter,
2d do do
Best jnr Mv butter,
2.1 do
Btt Cheese,
2d d.i
Best loaf bread, and how mode,
2d do do do
Best losl brown bread, how mude,
2d do do do
liest (wo hams meat and how cored
2d do do do
Best jar Quince preserves,
2d do do
Best jar Quince jelly,
2d d. do
Best jar Tomato jel!y,
2d do do ,
IJtrtt jur Curroul Jelly,
2d do do
Best sweet apple Molasses,
2d do du
Best jar Soap,
2.1 do
Best box Honey,
2d d
Best jiir Pickles,
2d do
Best box Candles,
2d do
Best box fancy bar Soap,
2d do do
liest display homemade Scnp,
2 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
3 00
2 00
00
ftt)
00
f0
(0
50
00
ftO
00
50
00
60
00
50
00
60
00
50
00
60
00
60
00
60
00
60
00
50
2d do uo d
Best tallon Sorghum or China Sugar
cane Syrup. 2 00
BeH 9 lb. Sorgh om Sugar, 3 00
2d do do 2 00
Best preserved peaches in cans or Jars, I 00
2.1 do do 60
Best preserved plums ia cans or jars, 1 00
W do cherries, do 1 (10
" gallon Carbon oil, 2 00
" box lto'in Soop, 1 00
jar Apple Butler, 1 00
, jar Lard, - 1 00
Awarding Committee. Dr. Charles Rob.
crtwr., Col. Onrge S. Comer. Mrs. R. II.
Dodge, Mrt. Robert Welhcrell, aud Mw.
Ueorge J. Hcndcriton,
CLASS J No. 1—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. CLASS J No. 2.
Hci-t Woolen Carpet,
13
lias; uo
" pair doublt (!ovf rlrU,
" bunio wrought Mug,
11 pair woolen blocking,
' five yards of Llueu,
" ted Quilt,
3d Uo
beat Sve vardu of Flannel,
2.1 .l.i do
Heat pair of hcuieniadu tlunkttx,
2d du do du
3
1
S
2
3
3
I
I
I
X
I
1
2
Heat piee ol cloth, not lev than 3 yard,
2.1 do do do do
Meat litcca of Cnsxiraerc. uot toaa tlmu 8 vard.
2d do do du do
lot ultce of aatinett, not lu thau 6 yards,
2d do do do do
Uett pair woolen Mitten,
pair amide uuvenoia,
i.nir coitoii mocking",
bo
omemade Couuternune,
pair U.nnuinade liuvu hhectl,
" linen lauie i iom,
1
Awardinu C'oniinltUe. Charles L. JBarktr. Mra.
Wui. lloileiui, Mr. Iluihert Jobnauu, Mrs. Ciekiul
lievul and Ui Lucy Adams.
CLASS J No. 3.
5t bonnet lu style and making, (3
" Cap do do 1
" niade Prewt, , S
" made Bhtit, 2
" womted Kuibroldery, I
11 Milk do 1
" Kuihroidcry on Mualln, . 2
" do oo Collar, 1
" niieclmea LtatUcr work. 1
fkirt, 2
" btraw bouuet, 1
" (iiuip bat, 1
" Crotchet work, 1
" pair Lauiu Mats, ' 1
" 'tidy, 1
Awardiug Commltt. William W. Pyla, Mr.
GoorKub. Corn. Ulas Anuit bill, Mrs. J, U, Davis
aud alias Katu Yore.
FOURTH DEPARTMENT.
CLASS K—FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS.
Tent collection flowers,
2d do do
Heat dlxplay of green house plauts,
2d do do do
Heat arranged lluurjuet,
2d do do
Atai display of dahlia,
2d do do
Baal solecllon of rof,
Hoat dibjiluy wax lluwers,
2d do do
Heat oil pulutlng,
2d do .
Heat water color paint i,,
id- do do tr
best specimen crayon drawiuf,
2d do . do
llvat da peuuisiuhip,
" " & m' priutiug,
3d ' do So .
Heat photograph, ,
2d do
12 00
1 00
a uo
1 01
1 00
50
I 00
60
I 00
I Ot
60
1 00
60
I 00
60
1 00
60
1 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
1 00
AwrA'nir CVtmmtll.H.Willlam
A. Tiuceat,
Mr, J. V. Htone, Mrs. Kohert L. Uoirls.IIra.Juba
Hall, and Mia Mar A. M'Couoel.
All artlclwd In this elsas piuat A pruiuctj hi
IlilMtOi'. '
CLASS L—FRUITS.
Beat eight kind fall apples,
2d do do
M do ' do
B-t ten kinds Winter tppU7 V
2d . do , do . : '
3d do do .
Hfrt dlstilar fall bears. r '
3d do do . .
Best display winter paara, . . v-
9rl .In Hrt
2d
do
qalncaa, ' ' - '
do
pacli o, . ,
do
plrnn. ' i
grapaa,
1
Hoat
2d
Beat
CM
Boat
Bent
do
00
do
do
do
do
u ao , do
Beat display fruit proiluctil hv exhfbltur
o.i .iA . .
2d
do
3d .. do do do
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A wardioi' Committee. Joxhaa Dal.
mi? I TiitnniiltAA IrMhna T:
W Il1..tn iTh... tl-tl . ,1 A , . ''
W. Iliithuoue, of waalilnprton conn'y. V-
Not to exceed 11 ipplesof each kind.
All arthle InJ this clan matt ba product V -W
the exhibitor. '
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CLASS L—FRUITS. CLASS M—VEGETABLES.
pleat dlnplajr Mali pntatoe,
M op
1 Ot
!d
do
no
Uest
2d
Hext
2d
llr-nt
2d
Host
2d
Heat
2d
Ilest
2.1
Beat
Id
Il.t
2.1
Hot
2d
lie.st
3d .
Heat
2.1
Heat
2d
Brat
.lo
do
do '
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
' do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
IfH p4ltltO, J
do - - 4
e al'tuge not 1cm than I band 1 f
do go
turnips 12 bmhal, . 1 OH
)" . ; AO
onloim, l pe. k, j 00
do i.y
U'matora, t pett, 00
do
1.0
twu, 13 la nmntier,
dO .
winter squaaheii, 3 In numhsr
do caullllowei, I heiMla, , ', :
do
hroocoll.thoad,
do . .
r'mipkins.i In number, .
do . ,
veeLil,! egg plant. .
do
pepper aud (talk,
do i ,
ai-HIng potatoes for 1803,
I 04
60
1 )
6
1 SO
ill
t 0
60
I 00
. 6
1 0
6
1 I
" 60
I 0
1 09
1 00
1 00
kidnev beam, I I pack,
dlcpliiy Tegetahle,
uo ao
1
A wn nil hit rnmmHiM n wa- . !...
I.oiightldi a William Hlicrwood.O. W. Coukllu, aad
Audit J; llait. j
CLASS N—FARM PRODUCTS—GRAIN IN BUSH.
Rest buhhel of wl.a.ti.
W Of
2d do do
Host do tyr.
Heat do vala'
2d do ' do
ll do lall bailey.
Ilest 1 biit-iie'a In.llan corn la tti
2d .lo d
Heft bimhel of biirkwbent.
1 o
1 0
t 00
I 00
1 00
t 0
1 00
i 0
I 00
I o
on
i oa
l
I on
l oa
jo no oo
Heat do flaXTod, ' 1
Beat do lniu.lly.Mvd,
Bent do clover seed.
Heat display pop corn.
Heat 1-2 l.u w e t cein,
UJ Jo Wl, v,n.
H-t 10 II,, hop,
Bl apruimcu Leal 'tobacco, not la than 6
1 00
baud, go
4 ' u.i do do ' 1 Ot
Awarding Committee Joab J. Montgomary,
Jame Mmray, Aaron 1'. Dewecs, William ll. Cool,
and Thompson A. Hobinaoii. '
No premium ahall be swaided In this claaa asr
cept to tha producer, and of the crop of UdO.
CLASS O—FIELD CROPS.
,
Bnat aero vhotit, not loin than JJ bushals H
tha acra, fl
2d do do t
Host ocra Indian corn, nutlets thaalCO buah-
cla to llieorro, a
2d do do
Dest acre fall barley, not loss than 40 buabo- '
ela to (he arm, 4
24 do do
lleat acre anring burloy, not lets than 49 bush
el to llieaere, t
3d do .do .. .. 4
Boat arre ryo, not laaa than 20 buabels to tba
acre, ' .4
2d do . . do , t
beat aero oula, not JoJ thautO buthcls to tha ' '
aero, , 4
2d do do t
Beat n.'ro liykwrToat, not Inns thsn 40 buh. -'
. ela to thYuere, . 4
2.1 -do do J
Boat prop Irish potuloca, not lo than acra,
2d do .do ,5
Beat crop nwGf't potutooa, not h'.tt than M acre, 4
2.1 do do 1
Heat crop clover ecl, not lea than ono ec-re, 4
2.1 do do I
Boat crop tiuiotby sued, uot lva than i aT, 4
2.1 . do ... do 9
Kent acre turnips, 8
2.1 do I
Beat H aero Held t eam, .
21 do
3d do
Beat H arrs liold paaa, . ''
21 do -2
3d do 1
Heal i aoraof tlaz sd, 't
id do
Boat 1 aero nuion,
2d do 5
Beat li aero broom com,
2.1 do :
Heat i aero ruiro'a, t
21 do 1
Beat . aero held beets,
2d do 1
Boat 't sere hops, with full account of eulti
vatiou and preaurvation. S
rreiiiiuma in thia ulaat to bo awarded at tha
mooting ol tho directora, in MeConnolaville, on
the 24th day of Kovombcr next.
Piaurotiouury Coininittvo. Johu B. Btona,
Dr. J. H. Drown, Villinm P. Brown, Mra. Mo
aoa McDtinirl and Miaa S.irah Jenkina.
I'rouiiiinis will not bo awarded in any of tba
foregoing claaaca, unluaa the Judgos deem tba
articlo or animal meritorious.
niMiibnahlpn - - tl OO
Mnfrlo Admission - - 25
Good water will b found upon the grounds,
aud hay furnished gratia to all atock brought fur
exhibition.
Entries may be made at any time bal'ora tba
Fair with tbo Secretary, at the Book Store, ia
M'Cuiiiialavilla, and at tbe Fair Ground until
10 o'clock A. M. of the soooi)d day of tha Fa(r.
F. W. WOOD, Tm't.
John S. Adaik, Stc'y.
FAMILY GROCERY,
A Few toon Cast of Pott Uoinr.
M'Ca'wlin fc Fouts
lnvlta tba attention of tha publlo to tbeir oaw stool;
of Brat-claas . . ,. .
FAMILY O R OC ER1GI,
embracing everythlug In the grocery 11ns nted4
for family consumption Wa aa Jatt rscelrad 4
Urge stock of .
SUCAJL-lTttED iiMS AXfl DRIED BEEF.
. .... .
Erary kind of Country rnrducaboaght c!d.,
f.Ua 11 a call,
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