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TO BE HELD AT
On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
& Friday, September 21st, 22d,
23d & 24th, 1875.
FIRST DEPARTMENT-CLASS A.
CEOBUS DEEM and WU.I.IAM CAMPBELL,
. HORSES Light Harness.
Best Stallion i years and over
" " 3 and under 4
t " "
- 1 " " I.
. J oo
. 4 00
... 8 00
Mare 4 years and over..
S years and nnder 4...
1 - I...
' Bucking Colt
Gelriluu-, 4 years and over
.. " s' i .. under4...
. t " "
1 - - 1
CLASS B. FOB HEAVY DRAFT.
Best Bullion 4 years and over
" - j " ' under 4-
11 00 (7 00
10 00 I 00
" Vara 4 years and o.fr
" J under 4.
.!- ' I..
" I - " - 1
Best Cieldlna 4 rears and over.
I " 3--
4 M J M
CLASS CHOBSES FORGENERAL PURPOSES
Best Bullion 4 rears and over (15 00 (8 00
" "." under ' 10 00 S 00
- - - " a
" Sacking Colt
Best Mare 4 years and over
- . , .. ,
1 - a
1 - - - 2..
Best Gelding 4 years and c
44 I " " u
under 4 . . ,
M J M M a ,
CLASS D COLTS.
Best 8 Soring Colts from one SUdlloa on
; I S 00
Best 10 Colts train one stallion on exhi
bition IS 00
In this ring. Stallions. Mares or Geldings ol
any age may be anown.
Best BnxxTMare. foal by her side 1 00 (5 09
Best Saddle Mare or Gelding 43 00 (3 00
Best Baggy Gelding or Mare. (ON (3 00
Best pair Matched Oeldiugs. owned by
exhibitor . J6 00 4 00
Best pair Matched Mares, owued by ex
hibitor " 4 00
CLASS O-TRAINED HORSES.
CSTralned horses in harness. Entries to be
confined lo the County.
F-uleat Trottiux Stallion, Mare or Geld
ing ( 00 10 00
Fastest Pacing Stallion, Mace or Geld
ing U 00 1 00
CLASS H GREEN TROT (80.00
Con lined to the County. No Stallion, Mare or
Gelding, will be allowed to go into tbt Kin, that
had made a record. Time; Fattest Trotting Horse,
Mare or Gelding, not leas than S entries, S to go.
two beat lu three. One Mile Heat. Fear seconds
dl (Terence between Saddle and Harness.
"Confined to the Connty. No flallloo. Mare or
Gelding will be allowed to go in this King that lias
heretofore made a record. Time: Fattest Pacing
Horse, Mare or Gelding, not less than S entries,
four to go, two best in three. Oue Mile Heat.
Four seconds difference between Saddle and Har-
1 1 ii .' , .(20 00
Fourth Premium.. - f 6 ou
W An Entrance Fe of 10 per cent, on the toral
Of Premiums offere.! In each. . The Green Trot
Ring and Green Pace Kin will be charged At the
time of making entries. ISO person allowed to fu.
nitthhiaown competition. The Board expects all
parUea entering Mock to no for the Premium; if
ascertained otnerwlse, or if any kind of fraud shall
have bfn practiced, the Premium in every such
catte wili be forfeited.
CLASS I HORSES rOH &PEEI Open to Gener
- mi Competition Purse (iwO.
Fastest Trotting Horse, Mare or Geld.njr-i.oi
Irs than 4 entries; four toyo two best in three.
One Mile Heat, Time required. 2 minutes and 50
-oecnnilH. Four secouUa dinereuee uetveeuiaddie
and Harness. , . .. .
ar DOUBJE TEAM TKOT Purse tfaQ, .
Tastest Double Team Trotnot less than 4 en
tries; three to icq two beat In three. One Mile
XLeat. Tine: 3 m in a tea. :
Fintt Premium ; ..W 00
fck-cond Premium . -J -0 W
TUird PnauiUMi. , , ,- fru W
FASTEST PACINa Pnrae
Fastest Pacin Horse, Mare or Gelding not less
than Sentries; four to ro two beat In three. One
MileHoat, Time reoJirwl. minutes and 50 sec
onds. Four seconds diiTereuce betweea baddle
First iTemiom. , , , -f w
Second Premium. ...
Third Preniitini.. .
- - , -T" w
n K.u trance Fee of 10 uer cent, on the rotal
prrnilums oBered In each ring opened to general
competition, will be charged at the lime of niakiiiK
entries. No person allowed to furnish his own com
petition. The Board expects all parties enieriue
atock to go for the Premium, and 11 ascertained
otherwise, or any kind of fraud being practiced;
the premium will be forfeited.
CLASS J-SWEEl'STAKES ON HORSES.
Best Stallion of any asew
- $15 00
BestGeldlng- " lu 00
JACKS AND MULES.
Boat Jack 3 .rears ol ' and over..
l Tears old and under 3.
l year old and uuiler.-
Jennet ; years old and over
M 3 years old and under 3
1 year old and under 2
M Mole J years old and over..-. c 00
" I rears old and under 3. , t 00
" 1 year old and under 2 3 00
- Colt 2 00
nmt Rull 2 Tears old and over...
' a " " under 3...
' Calf 1 year old and under 2
Cows same as Bulls. In this Class, pedigree will
CLASS M THOROUGHBREDS.
Best Bnll a years old and orer
" 2 " nnder 3
(1! 00 (6 00
JI 00 4 00
1 I .4 W) 2 00
N Cairmos.oldandnndorlyear2 00 IK
" "under mos. old 1 SO 76
Cows same aa Bulls. In this Class, pedigree
will be required.
CLASS N SHORT HORNS SOT THOROUGH
BREDS. Best Bull 2 years old and orer.
.. g - m under j.
-(3 00 (4 00
. 00 3 00
" " 1
2. J2 U0 2
Calf! mos. old and under lyr Jt 00 100
m " pnrtttrfmin. nin, 1 1 1 si 1 1 i 1 '
Cows same aa Bulls.
CLASS C Ji ATIVB A5fT MIXED BREEDS.
Best Bnll 3 years old and over.... .......f 08 $3 on
" i " un ler 3 . 4 00 2 00
M m i u . . ,.3 00 2 Ou
rlf fimna. old and under 1 vr t 00 1 00
M under 9 mos. old -.100 75
Cows same as Bulls.
CLASS P FATTED CATTLE.
Best Fatted SteerS years old and over tfi 00 U 00
" " Cnw or Heifer i vear&old and
over, for butchers' use.. -...J6 00 4 00
- - . - MILK COWS,
Beat Milk Cow...... fs 00 8 00
Applicants for Premiums on Milk Cows must
fiiruish a written certificate or statement that a
ts-t.1 wa mtv. for three riavs durine the nresent
season the month made in, the age and breed of
tlie COW, Hie lime Oi cat this aim mo iinu ui iwu
used durluc the trial, and the amount of butter
made tberelrom. The cow to bo- exhibited at the
CLASS Q SWEEPSTAKES ON CATTLE.
Best Bull of any age -f'O 00
" Cow " " 4 00
DISPLAY OF STOCK CATTLE OF ONE BKEED
TtMt. hnni nffitnek Cattle, not less than
6 Bull, Cows and Heifers $10 00
hord nt Calves from one Bull not less
than 5- tfi 00
Entries In tbe department of Cattle to be subject
to the same rule as Horses. , w
batf-factory proof, Incase of doubt, will bere-
quir. a, or we age ana uioou oi mc iuhuu.
Al' Cattle exhibited, musl be baiured.
Best Back years old and OTer. ..
. l ' " underii...., ..
-W 00 (3 00
s 00 2 00
Lamb underl year
Ewes same as Bucks.
Best Bnci i years old and over. , .. 00 (3 OO
m .. i ' undr 2 4 00 2 00
Lamb under 1 year 4 00 1 00
Ewes same as Bucks.
LONG WOOL To Include Lelcesters, Llncolns A
Best Buck 2 years old and ovvr...... ....n 00 (3 00
"i ' . under 2 . 4 uo 2 oy
" Lamb ... ....
Ewes same as Bucks
FATTED SHEEP. "" '
Best single fat Sheen Bucks excluded...
" pen of fat Sheep, not less than t
SWEEPSTAKES ON SHEEP.
(2 00 .
.(4 00 .
Best Buck f any aga or breed
..as oo .
Best Boar I years old and oyer. ,(10 00 (s
I under a... 7 00 4
"(mos old and under lyr....J OT 2
" m nnder 0 mos. old 2 00 1
Sows same as Boars, except 4 first premiums.
Best Sow 2 years old and over... jfs oo (5
i ' " under 2.. S 00 4
" " with not less than S Hnckina. PIscs 00 a
' Litter of Pigs, not less than S and not
over lmontli old 4 00 1
6 Piss trom one Boar not orer 0 mos
old". -- ........ 00 3
M Family of Hogs not less than ., of
one breed, owned by oue person 10 00 i
SWEEPSTAKES ON HOGS.
Best Boar of any aire ?8 00 .
" Sow of any age .6 00 -
Best pair of Fowls of any breed, male and
female $1 00 iV)
pair Torkeys, male and female. 1 OU &o
" DUCKS, " " Ui
Ueese, " M 2i
" rare ol itinis .. mi
display of Fowls 60 75
All Poultry lurmmieu wiin coops on the ground.
Beat peck of Irish Potatoes early
Greatest variety f Irlnh Poutooi, init
less than peck each, ruis.tl bv ex
hibitor ... ...
Best peek of sweet potatoes.
u 2 hciwl'j of cabituire .
i peck nans' peppers.-
specimen of veiretableeggs...... 50
half neck red pepi-en.. W
Tariety ot" cuoointrers : 50 ,
and irreatest variety of beans raised bv
exhibitor....; , , , --, i 00
half doaen beela. ..... ,.- 'J) .
s i;M.H.'i meu oi celry M 50
" rheiibarb , - 50
; 3 pumpkins . 1 00 50
M d Unlay of sou ashes nos less than 1 60 25
' C watermelons . 1 W) bv
M " nnsknielons...-... 00 60
dlsplar of vegetable a.id soli products
In vurletv and aualttv. raiketl hv ei
hibitor , .3 00 1 50
Best single variety, or specimen, of Fall
an p K-3, not less man u.
3 varieties of Fall apples ...
asftortnieut ol Fall apples
. 1 50
display Fall and W inter apples, m
every varieiy ana (luaiivjr
(liKiihav of autumn Dears.
specimen freestone peaches, uut less
than oue-haif doxen each 1- 1-00
specimen cling peaches, not less than
i-x oozeu eacu . ..i
grapes in variety and quality.
Best preserved peaches
" . quioois
: " apples
- w . nlums ..
1 " Btrawberrfes.-
- ' cherries
Jar pickled peaches..
' u graies..
SDecfmen tomato catsup
1 , . cucuaibersatsup
black berry Jam..
Best specimen currant wine... .
" - native wine ...l.i0 Lou
Anv article not eiiumeraied may be entered
on tier the head of 'Discretionary," aud theCoiu
m It tee may recommend premiums, when they
think the specimens worthy.
, CLASS B. '
Best display of dahlias. ' 1 00
. . verbeuaa, ; , 1.00
" ruwi, l.oo
M " pliloxcs, 1.0
, " pa iiles, 1.00
a- ters, ; , J.OO
M collection of cactus In pots, 1.00
" oleanders In bloom, 1.00 -
orange trees wlih fruit, 1.00
M lemon treea wltli fruit. 1.U0
Best and greatest variety of cut AoWersAOU 1.50
pyramid boiuet, - 50
rouud ooquet, - i0
CLASS F HAMS, Bit EA1. AXD BOA P.
Best twoOftunlry Cured Imms.accom-
pauieu oy meiuou oi curing auu
two nitaces dried beet. 1.00 50
apecimeu 10 On. lard, LUO 50
fnni-r lntrilti.lU. faU
two loavos domestic yeast hrend, LOO
two loaves Uuinesuc sail rising
aiaecinien domestic corn pone. . 1.00
njectmu domestic runk, 50
siiccinieii di.mesiic ound cake, l."0
collection of cake, . 100 -
pies, -w t j -,
Specimen of Grarn.
, . .. C LASS K.
Best oie-hairbnshel of white wheat. tJl-M 75
one-lKiirntifnei ot rwi wneat, a
oiie-half bu.Hlu'l of white corn. l.tw 5i
one-halt bushel orcolored ctirn, 1.00 6u
one-Iml f bushel of early corn, 60 2
one-hall bushel of snpur corn, 50
one-half busbel of popcorn, &0 2-'
one-lmlf buitiel of Full barluy. 1.00 bu
one-half bushel of spring t.irley," 1.00 W)
one-half bushel of white nets. !.' W
mte-hnirbnshei of black oats, 50 25
One-half bushfrl of rye oats, 75 2
time-half busliel of bttcVa'hcat, 75 25
one-half btwhel offlaxseeil, 1.00 hu
one-half bushel of UitnUliy seeil, 1.00 50
-one-half bushel f maimuotb clover
seed, 1.00 r W
one-half bmbet of common red -
clover seed, 1.00 50
uiie-balf bushel of alsace clover, L00 50
Best barrel of flour, j. 3.00 2.W
T h exhibited bv tha manufacturer, with
sratement of variety and quality of wheat used in
Flour. Sugar, Molasses and
CLASS I. ' ;
Best five gallons molasses made from
10 His. maple sugar, 1.00 60
1 gallon maple molasses manutac-
tn red directly from the tree, 1.00 , 50
honey in comb, not lex than 10 As. ltf l.'fl
ataiidofbecs, 2.00 1M
Butter and Cheese.
Best Ave no inds of butter manufactured
uy exiuonor, r.w w
rheen'. not 1- s than 5 fta., mauu-
lactured by exbibiur, 2.00 1.00
Best white counterpane.
2,00 4. 00
pnir woolen blankets.
piece colored flannel 10 yards or
..i.u hmhmii. iMia 10 varda or
piecernlled cloth, 10 yds. or more, 2.'J0 l.oc
piece woolen carpet, 10 yds or more, 2.00 l.M
piece rax carpet, 10 y.la. or more 2.00 1.01
piece domestic flax linen, 10 yards
or more, 2,00 1.0(
hearth rug, , "5 S4
pair oolen stockings, . 1.00 M
. cotton " 59 I
' " woolen mittens, . 60 ; . 2.
" w woolen glovea, SO 2:
table cover, L00 2:
liuen sewing thread, . 60 a.
Needle, Shell and Wax Work.
Best white quilt, (I JO J
paten wora quui, ..w u
worsted qul.t. - l-W 7i
Ottoman cover, SO
table cover, SO
worked nhawl, SO
woolt'll shawl, 60
crochet shawl, 60
embroidered sofa cushion, 60
table spread, . 60 .
lady's robe, " 50
" dressin? srown. W
chlldteu's dresses, 1.60 6
display linen embroidery, the work
of one person, 2.09
specimen or braided wots:, 60
braided robe, 1.00
lady's silk sack, 1.00 '
cloth siick, 1.00
calico dress, 1-00
' silk dress, I.uo
wnraLed dress. L00 -
Be3t embroidered untlersleeves, 50 ;
" embroidered lady's collar, 60
" embroidered handkerchief, 50
" specimen silk embroidery, 25
" specimen cloth " 50
" specimen linrn " 50
" ornamental needle work, 50
" braid embroidery, 50
" knit shawl, 50
" " cloak, 50
" lady's worked slippers, "' ' 50
" tatting collar, 50
" assortment of tatting work ,1.00
" lamp stand mat, 50
" woi ked floor rug, 50
" fancy chair work with nee
" fancy worked cushion &
" chenille embroidery, 50
" veil, , 50 .
" specimen braid straw or " . '
" sifk bonnet, 1.00
" sti-aw bonnet, 1.00
" lady's hat, 50
"case of bonnets and other
" specimen wax flowers, 50
" group of wax flowers, 50
" artificial wax flowers, 50
"variety . " " 1.50
" specimen wax fruit, 50
" moss lichen, 50
" specimen cono wort, 50
" " leaf work, 50
" " flower work, 50
" " slicllwork, 50
" " ornamental hair
" einbroitlcretl pii
" fancy cliair tidy, 50
" " watch case, 50
" " basket, 50
CLASS M Farm Implements.
Best plow for general pur- - $5.00
" plow for sod ' ' 3.00
u one horse plow 1.00
" double shovel plow 1.00
"two horse corn plow 3.00
" two horse harrow 2.00
" horse rake 2.00 1.00
" fanning mill 2.00
" grain cradle 1.00 '
" corn slid ler 1.00
" straw cutter 1.00
" hay rigging 2.00
" field roller ' 2.00
" wheelbarrow ; 1.00
" corn planter, two horso 2.00
" " " one " 1.00
" hand corn planter 50
" two horso wheat drill 2.00
"one " a u J.OO
" plowing on actual lest
CLASS X Farm Implements.
Best reaping mnchino $5.00
" mowing machine 5.00
" combined reaped and
" threshing mnchino 5.00
" farm wagon manufactur
ed i n cou u ty 8.00 4.00
Carriages and Buggies, Manufactured
in the County.
Best two horse family car
riage $10.00 5.00
"spring wagon . 4.00 2.00
" top buggy 6.00 3.00
" open buggy 4.00 2.00
" display of carnages and
" uupainted or nn var
nished buggy 5.00
Best dressing bureau $3.00
" bedstead 3.00
" bedstead made in the
" breakfast table 1.00
" wash stand 50
" work stand 50
" parlor table 2.00
" extension table 2.00
" sociable 2.00
" half dozen parlor chairs 2.00
" " common " 1.00
" bed bottom made in
the county 1.00
" display of cabinet ware 5.00
Cooperage, Wooden Ward, &c.
Best tight barrel $1.00
" flour barrel - 50
" pickle cask . 1.00
" uest of tubs 1.00
" half dozen woodenbuc k-
" assorted split wood bas
" washing machine made
in county 2.00 -
" washing machino of any
" churn 1 00
" nest of wooden bowls 1.00
Blacksmithing. Worked Iron &
in the County.
CLASS K. -
Bc9t display of horso ahocs $3.00
" pair breast clinius ' 1.00
" pair butt chains 1.00
" pair trace t-h.-iiits 1.00
" pair slrolclicra 1.03
" double siiiglciroo and netk
" log rlinin 1.00
" niallo. k 1.00
" chopping ax 1.0"
" three lartii hoes 1.00
"set orel.iseis 2.00
" cjinpliiy of edged louls 2.00
Leather, Karness & Saddlery.
Best set of way:oii hnrnvss
" carriage hariK-HH
" single liarnt-st
saddle and bridlo
" t-iile ku.IJIc
" horrf- ctilinr
" wootleu haiuos
" tpceiiueii sole len'.hfir
" " ekirtins' Icallier
' haniuna lo
" kip do
" calfskin do
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing.
Best cloth frock coat ' $1.00
" gcnt?s cassimerc pants 50
" do vest 50
" do" overcoat 1.5
" display of clothing 2.00
" pair of dress bqots . 2.00
" heavy boots 2.00
" gent's congress gaiters 1.00
" ladies gaiters 1.00
" " boots 1.00
" slippers 50
Paintings and Drawings.
Best specimen sign painting $2.00
" graining and finishing 2.00
" plain painting 1.00
" ornamental painting 1.00
" landscape painting, in oil 2.00
" , . . " in water
" portrait painting, in oil 5.00
" ornamental painting, in cil 1.00
" fruit painting, in oil 1.00
" flower painting, in oil 1.00
" monochromatic painting 1.00
" architectural painting 1.00
" specimens of writing by a
" specimens writing by a
" display of photographs
" " daguerreotypes
Best panel door
" window sash
" pair outside window
" display turned work
" marble monument
" marble pedestal
" marble headstone
" specimen drain tile, not less
1 than 3 sizes
" display of tin ware
" cooking stove
." parlor stove
" fruit drying apparatus
" rifle gun made in the Co.
" clothes horse
" cabbage cutter
" wooden pump, to be used
ou the Fair Grounds
" clothes wringer
" three ax bundles
" sausage meat cutter and
" apple cider, not less than
" knitting machine
" farm gate
" half dozen brooms made in
In Sewing Machines the Society
will furnish Hall, and every facility
for an exhibit of the same, but will
offer no Premiums, owing to the dif
ficulty of securing awarding Com
mittees. The attention of Mechanics and
Artisans is particularly invited
the foregoing List. Wc earnestly
solicit their contributions. "Tbe'cx
hibition at the Fair is a good advertisement.
Field Crops of 1875.
Tbe following specimens, of Crops
raised to be exhibited at the County
Fair: Best one acre of corn, $20.00 $10.00
" " " wheat, 10.00 5.00
" " " biu-lev, G.00 3.00
" " " flaxseed 8.00 4.00
" " " oats, ' COO 3.00
" i " potatoes, 10.00 5.00
" 6 stalks of tobacco, 2.00 1.00
Statements to be furnihed by
Applicants for Premiums on
I. The hind shall be measured by
some competent person, who shall
make affidavit of the accuracy of the
measurement and the quantity of
grouud. - '
II. The applicant 6hall produce
the affidavit of some disinterested
person, according to the forms anuex
ed, to the quantity of grain or vegeta
bles raised on the ground entered for
Premiums, which affidavit must ac
company the application for premi
ums, together with a sample of gram
or vegetables raised.
The main object of the Society be
ing to promote profitable cultivation,
it does not propose to offer premiums
for crops produced by extravagant
expenditure; therefore, a detailed,
certified account of the expense must
be made. The expense of labor and
manure should be particularly stated,
and the kind of manure U3ed. The
statement must be in the following
form : ...
To loads manure, at $ rer los" .
To days' plowing, at $ per day $
To- " labor, " $- " " f
To days' harvest'g, " $ " f
To " marketing, $
Thus each item of expense incurred
in the cultivation and marketing of
the various crops upon which Premi
ums are applied for, must be fully
The kind aiid condition of the soil,
the quantity and kind of seed used,
the time and mode of putting it in
the ground, should be particularly
Samples of grain or vegetables pro
duced to bo exhibited at the County
Fair, where practicable, aud also to
be sent to the rooms of the Board at
the January meeting.
III. All the grain grown on the
entire peice of land measured must
be either all weighed or measured,
and not the product of a square rod or
two weighed aud the remainder guess
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. The payment of one dollar con
stitutes a resident of the couuty a
member of the Society, with the priv
ilege of entering any number of ani
mals or articlcsfor exhibition as he or
she may own, in any of the depart
ments except horseB ; in this there
will be an aditional fee of 50 cents af
ter the first, and ten per cent, in class
es where premiums of $10 and np
ward are offered.
A membership ticket offered by any
other than a member of the family
whose name is written upon i(s face,
will be taken up by the gate-keeper
. 2. All competitors must become
members before articles can bo en
3. Every article or animal npon
the ground' slit.ll, during the Fair, be
nnder the control of the Board of Di
rectors, and no article or animal will
be removed until the close of the
Fair, without permission from the
4. The officers of the Fair will take
every precaution in their power for
the preservation of stock and articles
an exhibition, after their arrival and
ariangcmcnt on the grounds, but will
not be responsible for any Iokb or
damage that may ocenr. Exhibitors
are desired to give attention to their
5. When the Society contracts to
give the exclusive priviledge to any
parly to sell any article or articles on
the grounds during the Fair, the So
ciety only obligates itself to use due
diligence" to prevent any infringement
of said right, but will not bo held re
sponsible for any violation of said
fi. All articles offered for Premi-
nm must be owned by the pcreon of
fering the same, or by some member
of the family, except Stallions kept
within the county may be in ..the
name of the kecpor. ' ;
7. All articles must De property
entered with the becretary beiore
taken within the grounds.
8. Exibitors who cnier two ncaa
of horses, cattle, jacks or mule3, or
five hogs or sheep, win oo enuiieu ta
have one hand ' admitted to the
9. If anv person, by any act what
ever, willfulv mikes known to the
Judges his ownership ot stocK pr oili
er property on exhibition, ue snaii
not be entitled to a premium ou uie
same. 1 '
10. The Jnd!TC3 will not award any
animal or article a premium unless in
their opinion it is decidedly merito
rious. 11. The Jud-'es, (especially those
on animals,) will bo expected, as far
as practicable to give the reason f or
the award - they make, and write out
in full their reports.
12. vhe;e there is but one cxiudi-
tor in a class, only one premium will
be awarded : it lo be the lirst or sec
ond, as the case may warrant.
13. Entries can bo made at any
timo preceding the Fair after the 12th
14. All eutrics of stock, including
sweepstakes, must be entered by Wed
nesday, 10 o clock", A. ai., aim every
cxibitor should have his articles ou
the ground and arranged in their place
by 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning.
If delayed Deyona mat, unio iney can
not come in competition for a premi
um, execptin (he departments ofharas,
bread, nutter and enccse.
15. Members will be furnished a
ticket which will admit them, the fe
males of the family, and all persons
under 17 years of age residing in the
family ; or a gontleman ana one may
to the Fair Grounds during the Fair.
16. No cow, bull, jack, jennet,
brood mare ar stallion, 4 years old
aud upwards, shall compete for a pre
mium, unless it shall have proven it
self a breeder.
17. In the event that Providential
circumstances should cut down the
the receipts, the Society will pay
per ccntago on each premium award
ed, in proportion to the amount.
18. It being almost impossible for
a Premium List to contain every ar
ticle which it wonld bo desirable to
have on exhibition at the Fair, the
Board of Directors will allow discre
tionary premiums. But such articles
must be regularly entered with the
19. All premiums awarded must
be drawn from the Treasurer's hands
nrior to the annual settlement, Janu
ary 1st, after which timo the Society
will not bo held responsible lor pay
ment of same.
20. Fifty cents will bo charged on
each entry after the lirst, for the same
animalexcept" on sweepstakes ; "aiid
in tlio payment of premiums, . in all
c'-ises where the amount of premiums
is$10,00 and . upward, 10 per. cent,
will be deducted.
On motion it was resolved, That
every spccic3 of gambling under
whatsoever name be strictly forbid
den on the Fair Grounds.
Hesolved, That tho Secretary will
not permit any person to examine the
Entry Books until tho closo of the
Class which ho or they may wish to
No dancing tents or rings allowed
on tho Grounds.
The sale of intoxicating drinks will
not be permitted on tho Grounds, nor
within tho distance prohibited by
law. Parties violating this rule for
feit all right to the Grounds, and may
be rejected at the pleasure of the
J. M. DOUGHERTY, PRES'T.
J. L. CHAMBERS, Sec'y.
Hope for tho Despondent.
If you have been coughing a long
time and begin to despair of recovery,
or if j-ou have taken a recent cold, go
at on e to the Drug Store of Michael A
Sons', Eaton, anil get a bottle of Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, WiM Cherry and
Ilorehound. Take it and be well. No
other medicine acts ao promptly and ef
fectually in Coughs, Colds, and all dis
eases of the throat, lungs ai.d Chest,
leading to Consumption. Hundreds
who once thought they had that dread
disease have been restored to health, by
the use of this almost magic remedy.
It is also tho best known specific for
Croup, and neter fails in Whooping
Cough. Trial size 10 cents. Call for a
July 15, 1875-ml
Wheat, per bus.
Corn, per bus ...
Barley, per bus
Oats, per bus
live, npr hn.
Timothy-seed, per bus
Ed. Democrat Phase announce the
name of W. P. Duggius as an Independ
ent candidate for County Treasurer,
suoject to tlie derisiou ot the voters at
the October election, and oblige
EDrron of Democrat You will please
announce to the voters of Preble coun
ty, that John It. Beaty will be an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, at the next October
election, and oblige Maky Voters.
Editor Democrat Please announce
my name as an Indepedent candidate
for re-election to the office of Clerk of
tlie Court of Preble county, subject to
the decision of the voters at the polls on
the 12th dav of October.
W. D. QUINN.
Call and see STURM'S Hats if you
don't want to buy he will show them.
Good Lustre Coats
at Sturm's, for
Two Dollars. .
Money I want and will sell Summer
Goods at and below cost.
t i .a i aa.
Go to Sturm for NO. 1 Clothing.
Go and examine
Stock of Hats.
Go and get one of the latest styles
nATS, at Sturm's.
Sturm need money,
him ; he sells cheap.
Go and buy of
Everybody says Sturm can sell cheap-
e-, and more Goons than any man in
the Country. Call and see his Kew
I will sell my Summer Goods at a sac
rifice to all. liemember.
M. Sturm is tho only man in Eaton
who keeps a full line of Men's and
Youth's Collars and HATS.
Go and get the EATON BELLE Col
lar, at Sturm's.
M. Sturm will come before the Citi
zens of Eaton and surrounding country
once more, with a new line of Hats
and Caps; all of the latest styles and
variety. He will sell his Summer Stock
SO per cent, below cost, in order to
make room for his' immense Fall and
Winter Stock. ' '
Go to Sturm, if yon want to buy
very CHEAP GOODS. ;
Money is what I want I will give
Pants, Vests, Coats, Collars,
Ties, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks
aud Valises, at Sturm's.
M. Sturm has the largest Stock of
Trunks and Valises. .
Sturm keeps the largest stock of
Clothing in the county.
On Sunday August 15th, at the rest
drnceof ihe bride's father on Decatur
St., by Rev. B. J. George, C. A. Mc
Neal, of the Eagle Hotel, to Miss Al-
A splendid cake accompained the a
bo've aunounccir.ent, and as all hands
stood around the composing stone, test
ing its good qualities and wishing joy
to the bride and groom, the "devil
havinggrabbed about three times his
share ol the cake, rusl ed into a corner
and brought out tho old "machine" and
having applied a pint of lubricating oil,
he started it with the following result:
May each proi itior s day that dawns
Upon their future lives be sans
Tears, sans sighs, sans every thing
That sorrow to the lone can bring
And as the years glide swiftly ty,
And wrinkles gather 'round the eye
Of the now youthful bridi",
May each year bring to them new joy,
Wether girls or whether boys
Let time and chance dc idc.
vs. . unier oi saie ou
Jas. AYiLson & wire.) 3lortg;igo.
BV virtue-of a plnrius order of sale
issued from theCourt of Common
Plo.is. of Preble county, Ohio, in the
nbove stated case, anuto tue nerin oi
:id countv directed, 1 will oiler lor
sale nt public auction, atthe door of the
Court House, in iaton,
On Saturday, August 21, 1S75,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock,
m.. the following premises, situate
Preble county, Ohio, and described
folio ws. to-wit:
Being a part of Lot number 21, in the
town ofXew Paris, beinnhig atthe
north-west corner of said Lot; thence
east 141 feet and 8 niches: thence soutn
153 feet and 9 inches: thence west 141
feet and 8 inches to the north-west cor
ner: thence north to the place of besrin
uinsr. Also, the following described
real estate: Lot number 113, in John F
Ireland's addition to said town of New
Paris, being 4 rods and 10 feet front,
and 10 rods deep. Appraised at $2,900.
JOHN" TOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisiiki:, Att'ys
July 22 1675-tds prf$G.0Q
EW DRUG STORE 1
niHE un lersigncd would respectfully
L inform the citizens of Camden and
vicinity, that he has opened a
NEW DRUG- STORE
In Camde n, On Main Street.
He oilers to the publio n complete as
I'KUFrMERT, TOILET ARTICLES,
LAMPS . FIXTURES,
Choice Cigars 5 Tobacco.
Pure. Wines and Liquors,
for medical purposes, and all the Pat
ent Medh iocs of the day.
Pres. riptions carefully compounded
at all hours, day or night. .i .
Er? Particular attention given to till
ing Family Receipts.jgJ
Alsc, have on hand a choice line of
Staply and f auey
Family Groceries I
All of which will be sold at LOW
PRICES. He would respecl fully so
licit a share of public patronage.
JUh.N P. WOODSIDK.
N. B. Parties desirous of nnrehasinar
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well by
calling on me before purchasing. Ex
tra inducements oltered. J. Jr. W.
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly
C. C. NELSON,
STOVES & TIN WARE!
KEEPS constantly on hand a
stock of oil kinds of Stoves.
aim aneet-iron ware.
Roofing, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
nnu repairing, cueup.
C. C. KELSON.
ESF'Store in"Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite the Danser. House.
June lu, l87o-ly
WOOL! ! WOOL!! !
Headquarters for Wool !
If you want to exchanso vour Wool
for . " '
Dry G-oods or Cash '
Eaton, May 27, 1S75.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin. Eaton & Richmond R.
Passenger Traias will run on this Bo&d. lea-ring
wo SD.urai ouiiiuus SSIOUOWB! u
No. M Tfo. S fln'.4
... . Accom. Clilcago Ex C.AFt W.
Clnrlnnntl .' 700 p ni73oani
Hamilton 4 00 p. m. g 0 P m 8 34 a m
Soniervlllo. 6 04 p hi 8 SD p in 9 00 a m
Camden B is p m 111 u ni 9 17 a m
Eaton .. cm p m f u p m0 43 ani
Florence.., SMI p mtss p m 10 01 am
Klclim.ind.....; 7 40 p in 10 00 p niBa am
No. 17 No. No. 21
.. Chicago Ex C. 4 Ft. W. Accom.
Richmond 5 65 ni6:l0 p mSOOam
Florence 6 14 a m 6 .V) p ni 9 40 a ni
Eaton s 3.1 a in 7 07 p m 8 55 a m
Canidn 6 'm a ui 7 30 p m 10 40 a m
Sonierville 7 10 a m 7 41 p m 11 00 a ni
Hamilton 760 a m 111 p mlzlopm
Cincinnati 9 oo a n, o io p m 130 p ni
L. WILLIAMS. tien'ISltpt.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
SENATE JOIXT EESOLUTION
Relative to an amendment of Article
Four of the Constitution relating to
Ttrcsor.vK.r nv tttr rjpvn,iT. crw.
BLV OV TllliSTATKtP01Il(. rttirM.Hfii rr
tlie membiTi elected lo eacli iloue agreeing
thereto.) ttiut It le and is liureby proiMitPd to the
elfCU.ra of this sute to vote, at tlie next annual
October election, niMn the approval or rej. ciion or
the Col lowing amiiiflmeiit, as additional section or
Article fourot tbe Constitution or tbe Slate of
S(TctioiiJ. A commission, which shall con 1st
offive members. Hhuil be appointed bv thetiov
ernor. with the advice and onsen t of the Senate.
the aiefnbeni of which shall bold officefor the
term of three years trom and after the first day of
February. 176. to 'llspose of Btich part of.he btisi
neftstheuon the docketi of the Supreme Court as
shall, bv orraniremeiit between nnd mmmitcinn
and naid court, be transferred to such commission;
and said commission shall have like jurisdiction
inu iiower tn reopen to such business ssnreor
maybe vested In ?aid con ft: and the memherHnf
said commission shall receives like compeusalioii
iui iime uviiiK, wiin uie juoesot saui cou t.
A majority of the members of said commission
shall be necessary to form a quorum or pronounce
a decision, and ft decision shall be certified, en
tered and eulorcedns the tiidirmentu nftiitMn-
preme Court, land at the expiration of the term of
saiu commission, an nusines onnispoed of, .shall
by it be certified to the Supreme Court and dispos
ed of as jf said comiuissiou had never ex Med. The
clerk and reiwrter of said court shall be tlie elerk
and reporter of said, commission, and the commis
sion shall have such other attendants, not exceed
Ins iu number those provided bv law for said
cuun, wnitu uiieiiunnissina coram tssi on may ap
point and remove at Its pleasure. Anv vacaiiev
occiirrin? in said commission shall b?nl)ed by ap-
p-.M.imcnt ui niriiti.cin.ir, WIIU (lie HO Vice UllQ
consent of the Senate, if the senate be in session.
audit the senate he not in session, by the (Jov-
ci.M.i, ..in on in mm rase, sucn appointment
shall expireat the end of the next session of tl e
General As.etiihty. The Gem ral Assembly rauv.
on application of the Suiirome fionri .inu-
on the journul orthe court and certified, provide
oy mw, wiienever Two-tmritsolsiiehreuch House
shall concur therein, from time to time, for the ap
pointment in like manner of a like commission
with like powers, jurisdiction and duties; provi
ded, flint the termor any such commission shall
not eiceed two rears, nor sball it he created o fie ti
er than om-e In ten years. If this amendment
fhall be adopted hv a majority of the electors of
i.ir.-iitirwi wui.c. ui(il ui toe nexi ei PCI in ii noirt-
en for the election ofSenntom nnri TtoxwAMtfi.
iiti-i, 11 nniiii us-i-mut: Hecuoii iweiHV-IWO OI the
fourth Article of the Constitution of the State of
At inch election the voters desiring to vote In
favor of the adoption of this Amendment, shall
place upon their ballots the words,
'FOR THE COMMISSION;"
The voters who do not favor the adoption of socta
amendment, shall place upon their oil tots the
"AGAINST THE COMMISSION."
Speaker pro tem. et the Do-ise of Representatives
' . President of the iMiuue.
Adopted March 30, 187:..
Proposing an Amendment to the Cou-
btitution of the State of Ohio.
llFSOr.VKO. V.Y THFGEXKRAL ASSEMBLY
OK TJ1K STATE OF OHIO. That an amendment
to the Constitution or the state ot Ohio be propos
ed iu the following words, to-wit: Xolwilhxtuiid-
nitf me provisions oi ine secoun section ot this Ar
ticle, tlie General Assembly shall have power lo
provide by law, tor the assessment of a special tax
ondOKS without regard to value.and to provide
forthe routlscutioh and killing of such animals
npon failure or refusal of theowncr. keeperor har-
.fv.vr. uirit-oi, iu .hi ut-Ti special tax. ii mis
amendment tothe Constitution or tlie Slate or
Ohio shall be adopted br a majority of the electors
of the state ol Oitio, votitiKut the next, cleutlon
holiK ll for thee'ectlon f Senators and liepreseti
tatives. shall become section seven of the twelfth
Arncie oi me .nusinuiloii ol tlie si me itmiiln At
suell election tlie voters rieslrlntr tn vnlf In ffivornf
sain amen (intent, slum have written or printed on
their ballots the words. "KOfl A M KVli M F."P
TAXING IXGS;" those destrinL'to vote ntrainst
tlie amendment the words. "AUALST AMKND-
MliXT TAXING POOS."
G ISO. I. CONVERSK, .
Speaker of the Iloue of Representatives.
ALPFIOXSO H A KT.
1' resident oflUe Senate.
Adoptril Van li 23, 187i.
April S. IS?:. dm
Farm Fcr Sals!
THE undersigned will offer at private
311-4 Acres of Well Im
ten acres of which is well timbered, sit
uate in Twin Township, about one mile
and a quarter north-east of Lexington,
tin the free turr.pike, known as
a part of the ertate of iavetto Wvsonc
The improvementsareatwo-story brick,
with summer kitchen and wood house
attached, log barn, corn cribs, a good
well of water, and two first rate orch
ards. The above laud will be sold on
reasonable terms. For for further in
formation, &c, applv to either of the
subscribers. 1'EIi'UY WY.SOXG.
Eaton. July 8, 1875-lni
TO BUY INDIAN RELICS ofall
kinds, Geological Speci
mens of every description. Trilo
bites, and all kinds of Potriiied
X. B. STEniEXS.
SPRING TRADE !
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BV 1IOYING OF
Gents' Furnishing. Goods-
A choice assortment of
ready to be made up to order in Genls'
Clothing. A l.-o, a large slock ot
of different styies. which he will sell as
low as any house in Eaton. MA'B'S
and CAPS of every style at small
prolits. Call at the old stand, 2 doors
east of Cherry street, in his New Block.
M. MbUEItT. -Faton,
O., April 22, -lnji.
CAN be seen at our office as below
specified, .vhere will always be
found a full stock: also, a sood sunnlv
Silk Thread,. Cotton and
Every person wlinz to buy a first-
class SEYVIXtj MACHINE should not
fail to call and' examine our Rtock and
prices before purchasing cl!wfcere.
we claim for this machine
af Jtlore Elastic Stitch,
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now In the
market; and will guarantee entire sat
isfaction. tST Sold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, if desired.
THE KOWE MACHINE GO. !
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr., '. '
Supervising Agf-nf. , '' .'.
Katon, Preble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1S75 ' 7'
T. T. HAYDOCK'3
Which he will warrant to crive entire
satisfaction. This work will outsell all
other work of the kind in the city, at
the same prices, when once tried. Give
me a call if you want any thing in this
line, and 1 will fit you with Harness of
the best Leather; All warranted,
Eaton, April 22, 1875-3m
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
KEEPS constantly on hand a large
stock of first-class ' '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash. Ho will do all kinds of Re
oairing promptly, and on the most
liberal tciuis. Give him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., Ei.ton, O.
Katon, Fet. 4. 1875-tf
WHOLESALE . ' i
AND RETAIL DEALER
Ac, Ac, ttc.
ff9IIicbest price In cash or trade,
paid for al
Eaton, Nov. il, 1871.
THE ONLY STOVE MADE
With Sliding Oven Doors.
Patented Peb. 2. 1869, ud Sept 2, 1889.
Tin .4 .. MiiDB Ware!
tin e, mm i mm,
Galvanized ZVork of all
Crestings, &c, fiic.
ESRepairing promijtly aud. neatly
Old Rag " Bron Taken
Shop on Barron Street, opposite the
Eaton, May 27, lS75-ly
THE EVER POPULAR
HOWE SEWING MACKINE
Free Turnpike Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that a peti
tion will be presented to the Board
of County Commissioners, of Treble
countv. at their next regular session,
commencing on the first Monday
September, 1S75, asking for the ap
pointment of Commissioners tc lay out
and construct a free ' turnpike road on
the following route, to-wit: Commenc
ing on the Brennersville & I'yrinont
Free Turnpike, at the corner of bee-
tions Xo. 11, 12, 13 & 14, Twin Town
ship, and to run thenee south on tlie
Section line two miles, to the north ter
minus of the Keel free turnpike.
Cash Capital: $100,000
Bank of Discount & Deposi.
HAVING roinovcd to and occupied
OLrohl room in the Odd Fellows'
Building, which has bci-n greatly en
larged and thoroughly r furnished with
a view to accommodating our business
wants more thoroughly. We do
A General Banking Business, :
in all its various forms : Receive Depos
its for cither i.q.nq or short time, and
allow istkiiest on T.31E Pcjo.-itsas
per special agit-einent with parties mat
ing the same. '
C. F. BROOKE, Cashier.
June 11, 1874-tf '
PREBLE CQUNTY. BAflK.
U. C. Ilicstaiid,
Jcdm P. Acton,
II C. HIESTAh'D & CO. ;
Bank of Discount & Deposit-
DEAL IS- '
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange-
: MONEY TO LOAN
0!f LIBERAL TERMS.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Eaton, Keb. 4, 1875-ly - ,
A LARGE ARRIVAL
WM, H. WILSON'S,
Philadelphia and New York-
J IIAVE NOW, THE . . ,
Hats, Caps Boots. Shoes, and
ever brought to this market, which baya
all been bought for CASII, at the
Lowest Market Price,
and will be sold at a very small profit'
t0 Cash Buyers. I have a full
of the yery latest designs and patterns.-
Also, a mil line ot '
. such as
BLEACnEH BSOWN PHrP.TIN"(5S BROWW
JiUl.l.N U1-' VA.H1UIS (JKAUU4. 1U-4
8IIETINS, I'lLI.OW CASE
STRII'RS. TICKINGS. CINO
KAMS. CHEVIOTS. TABLE DIAPFTR. .
CRASH ES.COTTONADES, DENIM 8.
Every Thing in the Domestic Line
A LARGE STOCK OF -
BLACK ALPACAS. HRILLIANTINES, CASH-
MEIIES, 1-OFI.lNS, SATTEES3,
1'LATDS, TABLE LINKNB,
TNtiS, AND IKSERT
IN(5rt. RIBBONS. PARAflOljB.
SUX SHADES, FANS, 1TMBRELLAS, AXD
of ail Grades SDd Sizes-
Tweeds, Jeans, Cashmeretts, Cassi
meres, Bombazines, Blankets, Bed
Spreads, Window Holland,
Lace Curtains. Also,
-:. LARGE STOCK OF-
CarpetsS. Floor Oil-Cloths,
BUGS, and every thincr yon can call for
in the Notion line. Also,' a large stock
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which will be sold at bottom prices,
1ST The- highest market price paid
in cash or trade for WOOL.
Do not forget the place r ''
Opposite the Court House
WM. JT. WILSU.N.
Eaton, April 8, 1875
. 1. M. ANDERSON,.
MAKCFACTtRER AND DEALER IK-
Harness, Saddles, Biid!es5
GCLLARS, WHIPS, '&C.
And all rools generally found in a first--
class Saddle and Harness establishment. ,
Fine Harness a Speciality.
Ull ftUSDAL & CO.,
Have received from New York
A Large and Splendid Stock
CARPEFS OF ALL R
"Wool and Cotton Yarns;
Window Shades and Fixtures,
.... : '
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, shoes,
ENIYES & PORKS
Ami a great variety of other Goods.
Our eld customers and the public gen
erally are ren'cetfully invited to eall
md examine our goods'.
7f col, Euttar, Eggs, Teathers, Bags,
Are tnkcn in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8. IS74. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
AVIXG permanently located a
Denial Office in this place, is now
prepared to do all kinds of first-class,
.vol k on short notice. All work war
Office on Barron St., over Eossman &
Il tmhidge's bakery.
. Eaton. June 24, 1875-tf
D S Car A. H S ,
Wholesale Manullacturen A Dealer In
S-J'.1 m hysi Mi
3s3 iSS T-4
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 15, '74 ly.