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LEGAL NOTICES. ELECTION NOTICE. To Tile Judges of Election mid Tolers Of Hnrford County. In accordance with the requirements o', the Code of the Public General Laws, I hereby give notice to the Judges of Election and to the voters of Harford county, that an election will beheld On Ihi first Tuesday after Ihe first Mon day of \oreniher, tStrt, it being the Sth day of said Month, at the usual places of voting in the several Election Districts of Harford county, us fol lows : In the First Election District.—At ABING DON and MAGNOLIA. In the Second Election District.—At HOPE WELL and HALL’S X HOADS. In the Third Election District.—At BEL AIR, CHURCHVILLE and FALLSTON. In the Fourth Election District.—At JAR UETTSVILLE, NORKISVILLEund UPPER X ROADS. In the Fifth Election District.—At DUBLIN and STEARNS’. In the Sixth Election District.—At HAVRE DE GRACE. For the purpose of electing Eight Electors for President and Vice-President of the United States, and one person to represent the Second Congressional District of Maryland in the Con gress of the ITnited States. The polls will lie open at 8 o’clock A. M. and close at 6 o’clock P. M. The Returning Judges are directed lo make their return on the second day (Thursday) fol lowing the election to the Clerk ol the Circuit Court for Harford county and also to the Gov ernor of Maryland. For the information of all persons concerned the following Act of the legislature passed March 24th, J 865, is published; CHAPTER 191. AX ACT prohibiting the tale of spirituous or fer mented liquors in the several counties of the State on the day of Election. Section 1. And be it enacted by the Genet at Assembly of Maryland , That it shall not be law ful for the keeper of any hotel, tavern, store, drinking establishment, or any other place where liquors are sold, or for any person or persons, directly or indirectly, to sell, barter, (five, or dispose of any spirituous or fermented liquors, ale, beer, or intoxicating drinks of any kind, on the days of election hereafter to be held in the several counties of the State. Sec. 2 And be it enacted. That any person vio lating the provisions of this Act shall be liable to indictment by the Grand Jury of the county where the offense is committed, and shall upon conviction before any Judge of any of the Cir cuit Courts of this State, be fined a sum not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hun dred dollars for each and every offence—one half the fine shall be paid to the informer, the other half to the County Commissioners, for the use of public roads. BETTING ON' ELECTION'S. The attention of all persons is particularly called to the following Section of Art. 36, Code of Public General Laws: 46. No person shall make any bet or wager on the result of any election to take place in this State. 47. Any person offending against the last preceding section shall be liable to indictment in the Circuit Courts, if the offence be commit ted in any count}, or in the Criminal Court of Baltimore if the offence be committed In Balti more; and on conviction shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, to be paid to the State for the use of the School Fund. 48. Every deposit of money in any part of the State, as a wager or bet upon elections in this State or elsewhere, shall be forfeited and paid over to the County Commissioners of the county where deposited for the use of the county, and if deposited in the city of Balti more, to the Mayor and City Council. JAMES 8. CALDER, oct!4 Sheriff of Harford County. THOMAS H. ROBINSON, Solicitor. ORDER MINI. John F. Lingan, Admin-1 In the Circuit Court istrator of for Alice Ann Lingan, j- Harford County, vs. I In Equity. David N. Lingan et al. j ORDERED, this 18th day of October, 1892, that the sales made and reported in the above entitled cause by Thus. H. Robinson, Trustee, lie finally confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 12th day of November. 1892; provided, a copy of this order lie inserted in some news paper published in Harford County, once in each of three (3) successive weeks before the 12th day of November, 1892. The report states the umout of sales to be $405. WM. S. FORWOOD, Jit.. Clerk. True copy, test, •Jloct WM. S. FOR WOOD, Jb., Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE —That the sub scriber has obtained from the Hegisterof Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testa mentary on the personal estate of MARY SYLVESTER, late of Harford Co., deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same with the legal vouchers thereof. On or before the 4th day of April, 1893, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand and seal, tins 4th day of October, 1892. WILLIAM F. BRAND, 7oct Executor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE.—That the sub scriber has obtained from the Hegisterof Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testa mentary on the estate of ISAAC H. THOMPSON, late of Harford Co., deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby notified to exhibit the same with the legal vouchers thereof. On or Before the 19th day of March, 1803, or they may otherwise by law he excluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand and seal this 19th day of March, 1892. WILLIAM H. THOMPSON, 23sep Executor. MARINERS’ NOTICE. The undersigned Examiners, appointed by the County Commissioners of Hartord county, to locate a bridge and public road in the Fifth District, beginning for the said public road at a point on the public road leading from the Dariitlgton and I hurchviilc road to the road leading from Cooksville toGlenvillc, at a point near Benjamin Noble's Mill, on the northwes terly side of Deer Creek, and running thence through the lands of Robert Wilson, Itenjamin Noble and Hugh J. Jewett, until It intersects the same road on the opposite side of Doer Creek; also to locate a bridge across Deer Creek, on said proposed road, herebv give no tice that they will meet on the ground, ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23d, 1892, At 10 o’clock. A. M., for the puriKise aliove designated. JOHN McGUIGAN, JOHN W. GALBREATH, WILLIAM T. CLARK, 21oct5t Examiners. REAL ESTATE SALES. Trustee’s Sale. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford county, sitting in Equity, the sub scriber, as trustee, will sell at Public Auction, at the Court House door, in Bel Air. N MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1*93. At 11 o'clock, A. M., ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM, situated in the Second Election District of said Harford County, about three miles from Per ryman's Station on the P.. W. Sc B. R. R.. upon which George F. Gerwlg now resides, and which is composed of several tracts of land conveyed to said Gerwig, by deeds as follows: First, • 164 Acres, More or Less, being part of the lands not h retofore sold by said Gerwig, which is ..escribed in a deed to him from Geor ■ 6. Van Bibber, Trustee, dated Dec. 26th, 1878, and is recorded among the Land it cords of said Harford County, in Liber A. L J., No. 37, folio 437. icond, a tract called “Lee Farm,” containing 61 Acres, More or Less, being part of the lands not heretofore sold by said Gerwig, descritied in a deed to said Gerwig from Edwin H. Webster, Trustee, dated Jan. 22d, 1880, and recorded as aforesaid in Liber A. L. J.. No. 39. folio 469. Third, land descritied in died lo said Gerwig from William Henly and wife, dated Septem ber 10th, 1880, and recorded us aforesaid in Liber A. L. J. 42, folio 78. Fourth, land called ’’Springdale,” containing 33 Acres and 3 Roods, More or Less, described in deed to said Gerwig from C. P. Mitchell and wife and others, dated August 23d. 1886, and recorded us aforesaid in liber A. L. J. 57, folio 213. Fifth, that land descrilied in deed from Henry Taylor to said Gerwig, dated February 12th, 1881, and recorded as aforesaid in Liber A. L. J. 42, folio 299. 260 Acres Land, More or Less. The improvements consist of a comfortable Two Story Frame Dwelling House. Burn, large frame Cow Stables, Corn House, Barrack and other outbuildings. The land is fertile and in a good state of culti vation. TERMS OF SALE. The terms of sale prcscrilicd by the deereeure —That one-third of the purchase money shall be paid in cash on the day of sale, or on the rat ification thereof, in the discretion of the trus tee : one-third thereof in six months and the re sidue in twelve monthsfrom the day of sale, the credit payments to liear interest from the day of sale, and to be secured by the notes or bonds of the purchaser, with security to be ap proved by the trustee. AN STUMP, •Jloct Trustee. ite |Sps M REAL ESTATE SALES. Trustee’s Sale. * By virtue of u decree of the Circuit Court for Harford County, in Chancery, ims.m*d on the loth day of June, 189*2, in the case of Steven son A. Williams et al. vs. Charles K. Ilianey et q al., I will offer for sale at Public Auction, L * OX MO\ l> A V, XOV. 14, 1*92. 2 I At 11 o'clock, A. M., At the Court House door in Bel Air, 1 .—All that certain Farm, now in possession of Charles K. Blaney and wife, containiiitf 63 ACiIKS, MOKE OR LESS, 1 composed of parts of tracts of land culled - “West’s Desire” and “Locust Mount,” or by whatsoever names known, on the west aide of - the public road leading from Forest Hill to The Hocks, udjuiningthc lands of Dr. Silas Warner, - Herman Stump ct al., James Amos, George sweeden ct al., and is more pnrticular , = [ ly descrilied in a deed to Mary E. Bla ii ael ncy, wife of said (’buries, from John lIJ England and wife, dated 10th of March, 1887. and recorded amongst the Land Records of Harford County in Liber A. L. J., No 58, fo- I lio 123. This farm is well watered by Stirrup Run and is improved by a small FRAME S DWI LLING, in good repair, and STABLE. 2.—A1l that parcel of land adjoining the | above farm, on the cast side of said road, being part of tract of land called “West’s Desire,” 1 or by whatsoever name known, containing | 5 ACRES and II MJ. PERCHES, more or less, and more particularly described in a deed to said Charles K. Blaney and wife from Solomon T. Wadlow, dated the i. „i 13th day of October, 1873, and record ed as aforesaid in Liber A. L. J. No. 29, |ias| folio 305. This parcel is improved by all I FRAME DWELLING, suitable for a store or hotel, and out-buildings. | The two parcels will be offered separately 1 and as a whole, to suit purchasers. TERMS OF SALE. The terms of sale prescrilied by the decree \ arc—one-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash on the day of sale, or on the rat , ifleation thereof in the discretion of the trustee; onc-third in six months, and the residue in twelve months from the day of sale, the credit payments to bear interest from the day of sale and to lie secured by the notes or bonds of the purchaser, with security to be approved by the trustee. STEVENSON A. WILLIAMS. Trustee. J. S. Richardson. Auctioneer. 28oc Trustees’ Sale —OF— PERSONAL_PROPERTY! In virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford county, as a Courtof Equity, the un dersigned trustees will offer at Public Sale, on the farm of Amos J. Day, situated in the Fifth Election District of Harford County, on the road leading from the Five Forks to Fawn Grove, ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16th. 1*92, At 11 o’clock, A. M., the Following PERSONAL PROPERTY, to wit : m Seven Milch Cows, 1 Jersey Bull, 8 head of Cattle, 1 Horse, 1 Threshing Machine, 1 Mow er, Wagons, Harness, Plows, Cultivators and Farming Implements and Household Furni ture. Terms ok Sai.e.—All sums of S2O or under cosh : above that amount purchaser to give note with approved security, payable six months after day of sale with interest. HERMAN STUMP, HENRY W. ARCHER. Jit.. Trustees. Wm. L. Cooley, Auctioneer. 21oct Trustee’s Sale -OF Slock, Farming Implements, &c. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford County, in Equity, the undersign ed Trustee, will sell at Public Sale, at the resi dence of Geurge F. Gerwig, about three miles below Perrymans, On Saturday, Move tuber ISth, ISOti, Commencing at 10 o'clock, A. M„ The following STOCK AND FARMING IM PLEMENTS, of said Gerwig, to wit: esMt Eight Horses, 1 Colt, 14 Milk Cows, 1 Bull, 1 Heifer, 1 Farm Wagon, 1 Road Wagon, 1 Horse Cart, 2 Express Wagons, 1 Sleigh, 1 Binder, I Mower, 1 Grain Drill, 1 Hay Bake, 3 Sulky Cultivators, 4 Cultivators, 1 Corn Drop per, 1 Hay Pre*, 1 Roller, 6 Plows, 2 Shovel Plows, 1 Feed Cutter, 2 Grain Funs, 2 Corn Shelters, 2 Feed Boxes 6 sets Plow Harness, 6 Collars, 6 Work Bridles, set Express Harness, set (’art Harness, 10 Barrels of Corn, 60 acres of Wheat in the ground, 4 tons of Huy, lot of Fodder, lot Bricks, Frame for House, Posts, Grindstone, Log Chain, Wheels, Harrows, ami many other urticlcstoo numerous to mention. Terms of Sale.—All sums of S2O and under Cash; on sums over that amounts credit old months will be given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, bearing interest from duv of sale. Jloct HERMAN STUMP, Trustee. Trustees’ Sale I —OF— A VALUABLE FARM! IN THE FIFTH ELECTION DISTRICT OF HAKFOKU COUNTY. In virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford County, in Equity, the undersigned, as Trustees, will sell at Public Sale, at the Court House door, iu Bel Air, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14111. 1*92, At 11 o’clock, A. M„ ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, with the improvements thereon, situate and lying in Harford County aforesaid, on thepub hc road leading from the Five Forks to Fawn Grove, culled “MeSwain’s Rejoicement” and “Future Prospects,” containing 140 Acres of Land, More or I css, being the same lands on which Amos J. Day now resides, and particularly descrilied in two deeds to the said Amos J Day, one from Wm. G. Day and wife, dated May the 2d, 1854, and recorded amongst the land records of the county aforesaid, in Liber A. L. J., No. 4, folio 339, and one from George H. Harrison ct al., dated April 12th, 1882, and recorded as afore said in Liber A. L. J., No. 45, folio 345. arf-rfe e. The improvements consist of a good two-story FRAME HOUSE, r> l ffiafR K ' t<,| ‘ 1 '' 1 attached ami Basement with a well-shaded lawn in front of it. a large Frame Barn, with Stables, as good us new, of ample capacity, and all (lie necessary outbuildings belonging to a well-improved farm. There is also a large flowing spring iqion the pro|ierty suitable for a dairy. The land is under good fencing, and the farm is divided into fields of suitable and convenient size, it is in a high state of cultiva tion, ami located in one of the most thriving and pros)icrous portions of the county, con venient to churches, schools, railroads, mills. Sec. There is also a good apple 01-011111x1. TERMS OF SALE. Terms of sale prescrilied by the decree are— One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash on the day of sale, or on the ratification thereof, in the discretion of the trustees; one third thereof in six months, and the residue in twelve months from the day of sale, or all cash at the option of the purchaser, the credit pay ments to hear interest from the day of sale, and to lie secured by the mites or bonds of the purchaser, with security to he approved by the trustees. KERMAN STUMP, HENRY W. ARCHER. Jr.. Trustees Alexander Norris, Auctioneer. 21oct PUBLIC SALE —OP A— VALUABLE FARM ! The subscriber will sell at Public Sale, OX TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1H92, At 1 o’clock, P. M., on the premises, her FARM containing 110 Acres of Land, More or Less, situated in Dublin District, Harford Co., on the north side of the road leading from Cono wingo Bridge to Delta, about four miles from the former ami three miles from the latter, wliere you have railroad facilities with the Co lumbia and Port l)?|K>sit at Conowingo, and tlie B. and L. at Delta. Adjoining lands of 11. C. Whiteford, James Whiteford, W. Henry, A. Boyle and S J. and C. Hamilton. This land is of good natural quality ami in a high state of cultivation and divided into convenient fields with good fencing. About fifteen acres of good, thrifty timber. - The improvements consist of a ■kfMnjt i Frame DWELLING H USE, rff'ffrrrnR 1M K° o<l condition. With a never failing well of water and pump therein at the door, an excellent location for a wind-mill. Frame Burn fifty feet souure, with good stabling and grain garner. Also wagon house, corn crib ana carriage house attached Wood and smoke house. This farm is well watered and well adapts! to either farming or dairying, and is a desirable property, being in a good moral neighborhcxxl, convenient to churches, schools, stores, po&offioe, mills and grain markets Canneries and creameries with in two mites of Tidewater canal. There Is an abundance of Fruit, Apples, Pears, Cherries, &c. This is well worthy the attention of any one desiring a nice home. Beautiful location and will Ik? sold without reserve or underbid ding as the owner lives in another State. jptT' Any person desiring to view the projH'r ty before the day of sale will be shown the same bv M. V. Kineer. residing thereon, or the snliseriber at MeSparren P. 0., Lancaster County, Pa. TERMS EASY. ‘Jloct MS. JENNIE W. BICKNELL Many Persons are broken down from overwork_or household cares. Brown’s Iron knitters Rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes excess of bU% and cures malaria. Get the genuine. S T A 'l' K M K N T or THE RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS OF THI Treasurer to the County Commission ers oT Harford County from June SO. I HOI, to June SO, 1*92. RECEIPTS. Cash on hand January 30th 1891... $1,579 20 ALMSHOUSE. Shanberger Wm.,hay SIOO (K) Carroll Peter E , hay ... 8 OO Chenworth Wm. H.,cows 90 (M) McNulty AJ„ Hay 10 oo Bradley D. K., corn 16 OO Hooker K. G , corn and pigs 4-1 OO Bruns H. 8., beef cattle 405 OO 8673 OO Banks and other corporations taxes $3,161 61 COLLECTORS. Calrnes (1. A $ 39 32 Davis Frank 469 30 Harkins.). II 1,400 00 Mitchell 11. A 3,484 70 Munntkhuysen William 1,305 8o Price J. A 137 63 Higdon Nathan 678 30 ScarffW.S 31170 TnekerE.lt 1,310 31 Wheeler 11.0 284 00 $9,411 15 Fertilizer Licenses 8516 30 MISCELLANEOUS. Error in Brook Aikin's witness cer tificate $ 1 OO McGaw C. A-, costs in State vs. Bel Air Club 45 23 McGaw C. A., costs in State vs. P. McGinnis 36 31 Wilson Henry, J- P., fine in State vs. John A. Grafton 5 OO Whitaker Mary E., trustee 120 (X) Gladden Mary V., trustee, Anne Streett’s maintenance at Spring Grove 1 year 150 00 $377 54 Total receipts $15,743 80 DISBUKSEMENTS. ALMSHOUSE. Stroble Conrad, farm hand $l2O 00 House John O. & Son. account 97 44 Young James C, account 103 53 Hanway David, account 49 20 Bauer Wm. H„ account 29 37 Harford Hedge and Wire Fence Co., fence 20 50 Reynolds James, account 2 25 Bullock John A Son, bone..- 30 OO Davison Wm. A Co., phosphate 56 OO Klinefelter H. H. & W. K , phosphate 45 oo Chenworth Wm. H„ horse 165 OO S. A K. M. Kooker, plants, 4c 6 48 Fisher John H., plants, Ac 3 75 Poole J. H., threshinggrai 23 16 Flowers Howard, account 32 50 Whitaker A. U. & Bro., provisions.. 17 81 Cook at almshouse 40 OO Flowers Howard, account 2 50 Whistler H. W., fertilizer 42 OO Klinefelter H. H. & W. E„fertilizer. UK) OO Horner Jushua, Jr., Co., fertilizer... 27 (K) Bruns H. 8., stuck cattle 395 I'7 Bateman Harry & Co., provisons— 11 30 Brown Charles C„ account 2 10 Young James C„ provisions 10 92 Coale Mrs. J. A„ beef 91 33 Ferry Edward, account 52 52 Rouse J. G. 4 Son, groceries and provisions 353 01 Bateman Harry & Co , groceries and provisions 21 32 Whitaker A. B. & Bro., provisions.. 44 91 Geatty A. T., provisions 132 91 Terry J. L., account 69 54 Amoss Frank, cow for almshouse., 42 OO Proctor George M . cow 40 OO “ “ “ beef 41 80 Walbeck John H„ account 108 40 Chenworth Wm. H„ painting 20 00 “ “ “ salary as over seer 50 OO Osborne J. A. & Co., tish 10 50 Guillot E. F., account 4 00 Lynch Daniel J., conveying pauper. 2 00 Bowman H. C., bath tub 13 60 Reiglc Mrs. F. L., account 10 74 Magness Charles H„ pork 72 48 Amoss W. L„ treasurer, toll 4 07 Moore E J. 8., blacksmith 3 OO Gordon John, conveying pauper— 2 OO King Joshua “ “ 2 OO Chenworth Mrs. W. H., matron .... 100 00 Bayley E. A., conveying pauper— 2 00 Guy George, conveying pauper 75 Hitchcock B. C., farm hand 180 00 $2,908 66 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Hooker Edward O $246 79 Hope William A 318 70 Scarborough Dr. W. D 412 90 Silver George U 242 79 Poole Thomas 135 97 Bateman Joseph E 220 20 Moulsdale Thomas 165 60 Courtney George A 200 OO Proctor Charles W., sa'ary in full to November 24th, 1891 901 11 Proctor C. W„ salary in part for year 1892 495 82 Davis Septimus, examining treas urer's books 10 00 Ely J. H„ examining treasurer's books 10 00 Van Bibber G. L-, examining treas urer’s books 10 00 Postage, box rent, freight and other ofhee expenses ... 03 02 $3,492 30 COURT HOUSE AND JAIL. Sheridan Coleman, Janitor SIOO 00 Watters Charles, janitor 126 OO Harryman Wm., jail account 16 (K) Morrison Emmor, wood for jail 44 00 Calder John E., jail account 1 05 Medairy J. H. Sc Co., Register Wills. 19 10 Medairy J. H. & Co., Commissioners office 41 77 Lingan John F., jail account 20 20 Young James C., jail account 16 93 Hener Wm. W., c<>urt house account 690 Harryman Wm. D., “ “ “ 10 25 Kennedy J. C., “ “ “ 120 Hener F., jail account 4 15 Evans Mrs. It. N., drugs 4 85 Calder John £., jail account 7 50 Ewing & Co., jail account 7 70 Richardson Dr. W. S. & Son, drugs.. 10 50 Ferry Edward, paving bricks 62 40 Bond J. W., Reg. Wills office account 15 00 Young J. A., care of clocks 5 00 Jones Harvey S-, janitor lo OO $541 50 CONSTABLES AND MAGISTRATBS. Penning S. E., Magistrate, omitted in 1891 $ 9 OO Proctor C. W„ Magistrate 39 65 Johnson Thomas, Magistrate lO 00 $ 58 65 HOSPITALS. Maryland Hospital $1,500 00 Mount Hope Hospital 787 82 $2,287 82 JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELECTION. Dill Henry F., Judge of E ection,.. $ 8 OO Sewell C. It., .. 4(H) Kimble Goo. A. “ ** ’■ 8 00 Herbert Christopher “ “ .. 8(H) Brown Geo. W. “ “ “ 4 (Ml RobinsonJamesH. “ “ .. 8 00 Osborne Wm. D. “ “ .. 8 00 Taylor R. Emory “ “ .. 4 OO Rawhouser Wm. H. “ “ .. 8(H) Stephenson Geo. R. “ “ .. SOO Baldwin Edw. A. “ “ .. 4 (H) Coen Daniel S. “ “ “ .. 8(g) Wilson Abel D, “ “ 8 (K) ’ Norris Alex ** “ “ .. 4 (H) Johnson Jacob F. “ “ .. 8(H) Finney Geo. J. “ “ “ .. s (H) Harvard Wm. H. “ “ .. 4(H) Lee Wm. D. ** “ “ .. 8 OO j Bateman Hudson “ “ .. 8 OO ; Kirk Geo. W. •* “ “ .. 4 (H) i Warner Brinton F. " “ .. 8(H). Hess Jacob “ “ ** .. 8 oo I Kelly Thomas " “ “ .. 400 Standiford Wm. C. “ “ 8 (Hi i Watkins Wm. “ “ “ .. 8 (HI Wilson David “ “ “ 4 00 Heed Thomas W. " *• .. 8 00 Wiley James A. “ “ .. 8(H) Taylor Corbin G. “ “ .. 4(H) Almony Uenj. “ “ “ .. 800 Jones Hugh A. “ " “ .. 8 (K) Jordan Win. B. .. 4 (K) Treakle Thomas “ “ .. 8 OO Heaps Zcphaniah “ “ 8 00 Wilson Wm. F. '* “ “ .. 4 OO Thomas Daniel P. “ “ .. 8 OO Charaberlaine Jas. W.“ “ .. 8 oo Grail Charles, Sr., “ “ .. 4 00 Hall Edward “ “ .. 8 (Ml Donahou John W„ Cl'k of Election, 4 OO Norris Alex. “ “ “ 400 Tuehstone E. E. “ “ “ 4 (HI Price Howard “ “ “ 4 tK> Botts Geo. W. “ “ “ 400 DeLaney Geo. L. “ “ “ 400 Osborn W. G. “ “ “ 4(H) Taylor Wesley “ “ “ 400 Webster Wm. “ “ “ 400 Havs Wm. F. “ “ “ 4 (H) Kirk Milton “ “ “ 400 Preston W. S. “ “ “ 400 Hanna John B. “ “ “ 4 (Hi CairnesGeo.lt. “ “ “ 4 (Hi Standiford John E. “ “ " 400 Eek Charles H. “ “ “ 4do Rutledge J. N. “ ** “ 4 (Ml j Jarrett Wm. “ " “ 400 | Norris J. Wiley " “ “ 400 1 Gilbert John H. “ “ “ 4 (Ml I Whiteford M. N. “ “ " 400 i Wilson S. H. “ “ “ 4 (K) Watters Henry It. “ “ “ 400 Markland Geo. A. “ “ “ 4 (K) Myers Geo. T. 4 00 Carver A. H. “ " “ 400 $ 364 00 MISCELLANEOUS. King Alfred, Taxes in error $ 3 30 Martin Maggie E., out-pension 20 (K) Butler Dr. J. C„ Health officer 58 (K) Limb John A., damages to horse .. 125 (M) Hopkins Rachel L., out-pension 20 OO Henderson A., Caring for remains of Mr. Gray 2 50 Davis Janies A., clerk’s fees 23 05 McCombs W. 8., printing 40 (M) Streett J. M., printing 24 00 Leonard J. J.. bringing prisoner from House of Correction 6 40 Baker F. W„ omitted in levy of ’9l, 24 OO Garrett Henry, digging grave 2 (HI Jones Wesley, digging grave 2 (K) Cole Taylor, juror of imiuest 50 Starr W. H.. pension for Wm. Crew, 20 00 Richardson Dr. Wm. S., profession al service 5 00 Hopkins Dr. D.W., post mortem— 10 oo Boyd J. A. Shcrlir Cecil co., costs... 3 60 Carter Summertleld, out-pension... 30 (HI Ferry Edward, coal 438 (Ml Pugh W. 8., damages to horse 30 (Kl Jones Spencer C„ Clerk of Court of Appeals, costs in Wise case 57 (K) Constable Albert, attorney 100 (Hi Amos Isaac, weighing bay 15 i Norris H. C. 8., juror of inquest.... 1 (Kl Tucker John C., insolvency on D. < Reeside 8 20 . Worthington John I).. School Fund, 805 93 . Dallam J. S., insurance 37 40 BEL AIR, MD., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. Proctor 0. W M conveying: patients from hospital to almshouse 11 oo Lillian J. F., inquest * 50 | Raker F. W., check book 10 oo J t Aberdeen Enterprise, printing- 7 OO * j Hooker E. (~ 1 day settling: with W. H. Chenworth 3 00 Preston W. W., damages in Wilson - case 20 157 Richardson G. W., costs in Wilson case 2 50 Taylor J. K., taxes paid in error 0 28 Cairnes (1. A. Coll. Ith district, as sessments 10 00 } Aberdeen Enterprise, printing 1 00 $ 2,008 28 1 ) UEGISTEKB. J Cunningham W. It., adm’r., register 89 50 J Wilson Stanley, reg. 4th dist. extra 20 OO J Hart on George M., register 058 | Lawder H. “ 98 00 * Whitaker O. M. “ 80 25 " Hailey Josiah “ 80 00 $ 380 33 KOADS, 8111 I>OEB AND LUMBER. \ Vulcan Road Machine Co., repairs 800 [ Western Wheel Scraper Co., “ 700 J McDoon John, road machine “ 500 ’ Enilin Bros., lumber 218 J Temple James, bridge account 15 75 [ Scarborough H. Sapp., painting bridge 10 00 f Scarborough H. Sapp., painting bridge 39 00 ' Havington Win. C., damages on ru’d 50 OO Pocoek Charles W.. “ “ “ 50 tK) * Kelly M. H., culvert 800 ' Cook Wra. A., bridge 7 * Scarborough Dr. W. I)., bridge 290 Standi ford Martin, bridge account. 2 95 Doyle D. J., road 5 25 j Roe & Tucker, bridge .' 875 Estate of James Walsh, stone for bridge 10 80 Dallam J. S., culvert 4 71 Jones Joshua H., road 3 50 American Road Machine Co., rep’s.. 101 95 I S 348 74 State witnesses S 2,110 40 1 Disbursements as above $14,006 08 Cush on hand June 30, 1892 1,182 12 Total $15,748 80 i ; WATCHES AND JEWELRY, RINGING A BELLE. Belles have been rung since rings came into fashion ami out of fashion rings wul n~v r o until tropical trees grow at the North Pole. Rings are as old as nursery rhymes anti as new as the latest news. We have some of the handsomest specimens that ever gave an added charm to a lady’s finger. We make a specialty of rings, but not of rings alone, for you have never seen and are never likely to see anything handsomer than our display of jewel* ry of all conceivable varieties. You will be especially pleased with what we have to show in Engagement and Wedding rings, Solid and Silver-Plat ed Ware, Bric-a-brac—especially ap propriate for Christmas gifts. Mac DONALD’S, CHARLES AND BALTIMORE STS., BALTIMORE, Si. ESTABLISHED 1800. G.T. Sadtler & Sons, OPTICIANS. WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY. DIAMONDS, SILVEUWABE, Opera Allans ch. Spectacles, Eye Glasses. NO. 16 EAST BALTIMORE STREET, Baltimore.; Oculists’ Prescriptions Carefully and Ac j eurately Executed. 2my JOHN A. YOUNG. PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweler AND ENGRAVER, MAIN STREEET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, BEL AIR, MD. An assortment of Watches. Clocks and Jew elry always on hand. Particular attention I (riven to repairing Hue Watches, Clocks, etc. SOLID SILVER AND PLATED WAUEfur | nished to order and suitably engraved. ! WEDDING RINGS A SPECIALTY. 22Jan WINES AND LIQUORS. | GUS. DANNENBERG WINES and LIQUORS, 530 FOREST STREET, BALTIMORE, 2^33., Between lIn.LEN and EnsouSts. MY SPECIALTY ; ARLINGTON RYE WHISKY! 92.00 PEB GALLOS. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AT TENDED TO. No Connection with any other house of the same name. Charles C. Cook, formerly of Harlc.-O, is connected with this house, and will be pleased to sec his Harford friends. Sherwood Pure 013 Rye Whisky $2.00 PER GALLON. : EQUAL TO ANY $3.00 WHISKY IN THE STATE. JOS. DANNENBERG’S Old Reliable Liquor Store, 1110 ORLEANS STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. Six Doors from Bel Air Market. 13Jely JAMES T. SEXTON’S EXCHANGE, NO. 311 NORTH CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE. Mil. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. £Y'“Beer drawn direct from the keg. Or dears received for Bottled Beer. Hot Soup j Free. 15ju RELIEF 15 MINUTES. RKI SEAL (SUPPOSITORIES will positively relieve Piles in 15 Minutes and If used regularly for a week or two will effect a Permanent Cure. Price 75 Cts. a box. Sold by Hruggists and Storekeeper*, or sent by mail, , by addressing the proprietor, I):;. W. C McCURDY, lOJeOm Madonna, Harford County, Mo. i Facts tor Fall. I r Our preparation for Fall and i Winter ’92 has eclipsed our | previous efforts. Never before has there been such an immense stock of Clothing, Hats and i Furnishings held under anyone I roof, and at such low juices !. that they will surprise )ou. MASTERPIECES of the Tailor’s skill in the ; shape of Superb Suits for 0 Men are stacked high on our E counters, all newest and H best fabrics represented. M ! Beautiful line of Suits at S Sib, §l2 and §ls. 10,000 OVERCOATS 0 could not afford you a more £ ample assortment than our H mammoth stock. Everything M bright and new is represent* j s e 0- Prices $7, §lO, §l2, §ls, and upward. YOUR BOVS are richly ju-ovided for in our grand gath’ring of Ju- Q venile Wear. There’s no ft excuse for keeping your £ boy in a shabby rig when so little money will dress him like a prince. Handsome ; Suits, and Overcoats §2.50, §3.50, §5 and up. INDIVIDUALITY IN DRESS 1 finds graceful exjuession A through the medium of our () celebrated Order Annex, M which occupies the building £ (J ife BS. Charles St. Our S2O and §25 lines of Busi ness Suits to Order are the exclusive tailors’ §35 grade. Handsome HEAD-DRESS. When you come to our store you cannot afford to H pass by our Hat depart meat. At §1.98 you can £ get the regular §3 Derby or [ Soft Hat, pay nothing for the name or surroundings here. * Large lines §1.24, $1.49 $1.69. MEN’S UNDE R W EAR in enormous variety. Soft, cosy and comfortable Suits that won’t scratch the skin at $1 for both garments. U Onr matchless laundered /\ Dress Shirts 50 cts., match less elsewhere under sl. [ Neck wear Sox, and all other possible needs for stylish dressers in magnifi cent profusion at very mod erate prices. Send for Samples, Price List and Self Measurements. OEM'S ACME HALL, Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, 5 and 7 W. BALTIMORE NT., and ANNEX, 6 and 8 S. CHARLES ST., BALTIMORE, MD. MISCELLANEOUS. B7YSS - BROS., 217 and 219 N. Gay St. COIL HARRISON, BALTIMORE, Have on band all the popular brands of LIQUORS SUCH AS • MONTICELLO, MT. VERNON SHERWOOD, BAKER, STEWART, ORIENT, FAUST, &c. DTTKY “Ol’K MARYLAND” $2.00 PER HALLOS—PI'KK RYE. Also some line Old Apple Jack and Peach Brandy. Buttled Goods a specialty. j NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR FLASKS OR JUGS. BASS BROTHERS, GAY AND HARRISON, CORNER BRIDGE. laaply HORNER & FARLAND, HATTERS, Have opened their FALL AND WINTER Styles of SILK, DERBY Ml SOFT HATS. AGENTS FOR— D. D. YOUMANS New York. KNOX LINCOLN, BENNETT & CO London. S. E. Cor. Baltimore & Calvert Sts. BALTIMORE. MD. 16sep3m 3301 T-T MISS THE PLACE BUT GO TO JAS. EDWARDS’ Confectionery and Fruit Stoer, NORTH AVENUE, Adjoining the new Denny Si Mitchell Iluildiug, near B. and L. Station. Baltimohe. Thellnest Oranges. Lemons, Bananas, Grapes, Apples and other Fruits in Season. Confec tionery, Dates. Figs, Nuts, Pies, Cakes, Choice Chewing Tobacco and the best 5 cent Cigar in the city. Don’t tiro yourself carrying these tilings over half the city, but get them right at the station. Cheap Baskets to put them in. Orders by mail for Bananas by the bunch. Oranges, etc., by the dozen, promptly tilled. Packages delivered at the station. 27mn ; YlfM. W. HEI'EK, Bond Street, near Sweet’s Hotel, Bel Air, Md., PRACTICAL TINNER. PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER. Dealer in Stoves of all kinds. Work done in any part of the county. A good assortincut of Tin Ware and Kitchen Utensils on hand. Open at all times. 25aply THIS 1 1 SSS I SLJMftleUig Agrncy of MeMft Um W. AVAR A SON. our authored agent* THE £G!S AND INTELLIGENCER. p Iff Pahf inUfil Krerj/ J ’rid aif hy FREDERICK W. BAKHR. j TERMS.- $1.50 A Year in advance. Transient Advertisements. —One Square, 3 insertions or less 11.50. Each subsequent in a sort inn 25 cents. Lonjrer advertisements in “ the’, same proportion. A space equal to six v lines makes a square. Fipnre work double J price. 1 Obituaries and Personal Communications will be inserted at Id cents per line. Yearly Advertisements at Special Rates. 3 - --L'- 1 — LIST OF PREMIUMS. The following premiums were awarded at the Harford County Fair, held at Bel Air, on October 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th, 1892: CLASS A—HORSES. Thoroughbreds. —R. M. Howard, stallion, Ist; Wm. F. & G. A. Hays. 2d. Standard-Bred Trotting Horses. —John K. Coweu, best mare and foal Ist and 2d; (irant Stoekham, two-year-old colt Ist and 2d; John K. Cowen, one-year-old colt Ist. Registered Heavy Draft. —John K. Cow en, stallion, mare, span of horses, one-year-old colt, Ist each; P. J. Shumaker, stallion, 2d. General Utility. —Robt. C. Richardson, stallion Ist; Wm. J. Hopkins, stallion 2d; i mare or gelding, C. S. Osborne Ist, J. G. Wa terman 2d; mare and foal, Kobt. C. Ricbard son Ist, J. C. Davison 2d; span of horses, J. f H. Stiller 2d; three-year-old colt or filly, Louis 5 Carlisle Ist, J. P. Mitchell 2d; two-year-old . colt or filly, Oliver A. Ramsey Ist, J. P. Mitchell 3d. , Heavy Draft.— Best mare or gelding, Mc- Cormick Bros. Ist; span of horses, K. W. Hol land, Jr. Ist; two-year-old colt or filly, Mc- Cormick Bros. Ist; one-year-old colt or filly, Wm. Smithson Ist, John W. Preston 2d. Team of Mules. —Wm. F. & G. A. Hays Ist. Imported Hackney Stallion. —S. M. Shoemaker Ist; hackney stallion, S. M. Shoe maker Ist; three-year-old colt or filly, K. C. Richardson Ist. Saddle Horses. —K. W. Holland, Jr., Ist, M. J. Herron 3d. Light Draft. —Stallion, A. M. Fulford Ist; mare or gelding, W. J. Demoss Ist, Wm. W. Whiteford 3d; mare and foal, Wm. F. & G. A. Hays Ist, J. W. Moore 3d; span of horses. Grant Stoekham Ist, D. T. Benson 2d: throe year-old colt or filly, Coleman Sheridan Ist, Willard G. Rouse 3d; two-year-old colt or • filly, Wm. F. ct G. A. Hays Ist, W. G. Hawk- ins 3d: one-year-old colt or filly, Crawford J Burns Ist. CLASS B—CATTLE. Holstein Friesian. Herd, McCormick Bros., Ist; bull between two and three years, McCormick Bros., Ist; bull under one year, David Hollingsworth Ist; cow three years old or over, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d; cow between two and three years, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d: heifer between one and two years, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d; heifer under one year, McCormick Bros., Ist and 2d; bull under one year, McCormick Bros.. Ist. Short Horn. —Herd, Win. F. it G. A. Hays Ist; bull three years old or over, Wm. F. it G. A. Hays Ist; cow between two and three years, Wm. F. &G. A. Hays Ist; cow three years old or over, Wm. F. it G. A. Hays Ist and 3d; cow between two and three years, Win. F. it G. A. Hays Ist and 2d. Devon. —Cow three years or over, J. W. Richardson Ist. Jerseys. —Bull between one and two years, J. L. McCormick 2d; cow three years old, McCormick Bros., Ist; heifer between one and two years, Dura C. Rouse Ist; heifer under one year, Dora C. Rouse Ist. Gueunsbys. —Herd, McCormick Bros., Ist; bull three years old or over. McCormick Bros., Ist; bull between two and three years, K. W. Holland, Jr., Ist; hull between one and two years, McCormick Bros Ist; cow three years old or over, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d; cow between two and three years, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d; heifer between one and two years, McCormick Bros., Ist, Capt. W. W. Boyd 3d; heifer under one year, McCormick Bros., Ist and 3d. Grade or Native. —Herd, R. W. Holland, Jr., Ist; cow three years old or over, R. W. Holland, Jr., Ist and 3d; cow between two and three years, R. W. Holland, Jr., Ist, Mary V. Martin 3d; heifer between one and two years, R. W. Holland, Jr., Ist, J. L. McCormick 2d; heifer under one year, R. \V. Holland, Jr., Ist, C. D. Hosau 3d. Fat Cattle. —Steer, Z. Debow 2d. Working Oxen. —Yoke three years old or over, Abel I). Wilson Ist. John Streett 2d; yoke between two and three years, Wm. B. Warner Ist; yoke under two years, William Smithson Ist. Unregistered Jerseys. —Herd, A. M. Ful ford Ist; bull over three years. A. M. Fulford Ist, Jacob D. Minnick 2d: cow over three years. A. M. Fulford Ist, John D. Worthing tou 2d; heifer between one and two years, Ja cob D. Minnick Ist: cow between two and three years, Oliver Richardson Ist, A. M. Ful ford 2d. CLASS C—SHEEP. Oxford Downs —J. L. McCormick, buck lamb, pen of ewes, Ist each. Southdowns. —Thomas Lochary, ram 2d; Bell Bros., ram Ist, lot of ewes 2d, lot of ewe lambs Ist; Win. E. Whiteford, lot of ewes Ist. Shropshire.- —J. L. McCormick, buck lamb, lot of ewes, Ist each. Grade Sheep. —John Streett, lot of ewes Ist; B. F. Warner, lot of ewes Ist; fat sheep. Bell Bros., Ist, Thomas Lochary 2d; ewe lambs, J. L. McCormick Ist. CLASS D—SWINE. Chester laiar, B. F. Warner Ist; Berkshire sow, James McAbee Ist; Jersey red sow, B. F. Warner Ist; Poland China boar, J. L. McCor mick Ist, Wm. M. Whiteford 2d; Poland Chi na sow. Win. M. Whiteford Ist, J. L. McCor mick 2d; Poland China sow under two years, J. L. McCormick Ist; lot of grade shoats, J. L. McCormick Ist. CLASS E—POULTRY. Edwin Haviland, huff Cochin fowl s 2d’ light Brahma fowls 2d. dark Brahmas Island 2(?. Langshan Ist and 2d; Allen Oliver, light Brahma fowls Ist, dark Brahma chicks Ist, | buff Cochin fowls Ist, buff Cochin chicks Ist, | Partridge Cochin fowls Ist, black Cochin I chicks 2d; Dr. G. W. Davis, black Langshan I chicks Ist and 3d, white Langshan fowls Ist ! and 2d, white Langshan chicks Ist and 3d; Allen Oliver, B. B. R. Game fowls Ist and 2d, B. B. K. Game chicks Ist and 2d, black Game chicks Ist and 2d, Pit Game fowls Ist. Indian Game fowls 2d; Dr. G. W. Davis, Indian Game fowls Ist, Indian Game chicks Ist and 3d; Allen Oliver, silver Hamburg fowls Ist, S. Penciled Hamburg fowls Ist, black Hamburg fowls Ist, black Hamburg chicks Ist; Dr. G. W. Davis, Red Cap fowls Ist and 2d; Leonard Btalev. brown Leghorn fowls Ist, brown Leg ! horn chicks 2d; Allen Oliver, W. F. B. Span- I ish fowls Ist and 2d, 8. C. W. Leghorn fowls i 2d, R. C. W. Leghorn chicks Ist, 8. C. brown ! Leghorn fowls 2d. black Leghorn chicks Ist, i bull Leghorn chicks Ist and 2d, Andalusian | fowls, Andalusian chicks. Ist each; Dr. G. \V. Davis, black Minorca fowls Ist, white Minor ca fowls Ist and 2d, Leghorn chicks Ist and | 3U, Ancona fowls 2d, Ancona chicks Ist: Miss I Annie E. Waters, black Leghorn fowls Ist; J. i ],. McCormick, white rose-comb Leghorn Ist; j .1, Wilton McAbee, b. Leghorn chicks Ist; i McCormick Bros., rose-comb white Leghorn 1 chicks 2d; Allen Oliver, Honduras fowls Ist, j golden Poland fowls Ist, white Poland fowls f Ist, white Plymouth Rock fowls, do. chicks, | Ist and 2d each, barbed Plymouth Rock chicks 3d, Wyandotte fowls, do. chicks, Ist and 2d 1 each, golden Wyaus, black Java chicks, Ist each, silver Wyans chicks Ist and 2d; George ( Everest, Dominique fowls, do. chicks, Ist I each; JohuJßidgely, Plymouth Rock fowls, do. chicks, Ist each; Joseph Phipps, barbed Plvra ; oth Rock fowls 3d; Mrs. Wm. 11. Harlan, i Wyandotte fowls Ist and 2d; Geo. T. Everest, I Dominique chicks 2d; Allen Oliver, white i Dorking fowls Ist; Miss Mary C. Richardson, 1 pair chicks 2d; Dr. Geo. \\. Davis, grade In liian game fowls Ist; Allen Oliver, rumples chicks Ist. Turkeys. Miss Mary E. Gilbert, pair j Ist, pair (young) 3d; Charles 8. Richardson, I pair (old) 2d, pair (young) Ist. | Geese. —Mrs. Henry C. Johnson, pair old, j young, 2d each; Charles 8. Richardson, old, young, Ist each. Guineas. —Mrs. Win. 11. Harlan, pair old j Ist, young 3d. I Ducks.— Edwin Haviland, Pekin Ist; John G. Norris, puddle Ist; John Clark Finney, | Rouen Ist; Miss Mary Walker, Pekin Ist; j Mrs. John Smithson, Pekin 2d; J. Wilson Mc ! Abee, puddle 2d; B. F. Minnick, wh te top ! knot 2d. ! CLASSES F A G—FACTORY PRODUCTS. Mrs. M. C. Dallam, rag carpet Ist. Carriages a Leather Manufactures.— Wm. O. Grafton, spindle wagon, canopy-top surrey, jump-seat carriage, Climax buck board, Ist each, ladies’ phaeton 2d: W. 8. Hanna, buckboartl 2d, phaeton, delivery w*ag on, Ist each; James 11. Harkins, top-buggy, McCall wagon, Ist and 2d such, top-phaeton Ist. CLASS H—MACHINERY, AC. Griffith, Turner A Co., Stoddard churn, No. 2 water butter worker, Ist each; Farm Supply Co., display of machinery Ist; Ambrose Arm strong. display of dairy appliances Ist; Bick ford it Huffman, grain drill Ist. CLASSI-AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONS Seed and Fiei.ii Crops.— Carvil E. Amoss, Northern Spy potato, Beil potato, Ist each; Amos li. Hollingsworth, llax seed, scarlet clover seed, large white rye, Ist each, display farm productions, 2d; Wm. T. Watson, beets tor stock, Beauty of Hebron potatoes, Ist each; I John W. Preston, ear yellow corn, Ist; Thomas Nagle, timothy seed, Ist; Lewis T. Pyle, new potatoes, Itural No. 2, Ist each; 0. L. Vail. Polaris potatoes, Greeley Seedling, Ist each; Ava J. Bailey, white oats. Ist: J. Gorsueh Glenn, leaf tobacco. Ist; John Streett, orchard frass. Ist; Wm. F. Kisling, Burbank potatoes, st; Wm. T. Sawyer, red wheat, Ist; Win. Davi son. Japan buckwheat, Ist; Fallstou Farmers’ Club, display farm products, Ist; ICosea Barnes, red wheat, Ist; James McAbee, Pride of the , Valley potatoes, Ist: C, W. Poeock, ear white corn, Ist. Table Vegetables.— Amos li. Hollings worth, Kuby King peppers, Ist, display table vegetables, 2d; Mrs. Itosa Hanna,Cherry beans, White Marrow Fat beans, green Lima beans. Ist each; Win. T. Watson, cauliflower, bill . radish, carrots, Ist each; S. E. Hanway, Lazy Wife beans, carrots, okra, Ist each: Benjamin . It. Denham, Lima beans. White Cherry beans, . White beans, Case Knife beans,. Bed Valentine beans, Ist each; Mrs. Julia A. Gilbert, Corn beans, Ist; Thos. Nagle, cabbage, tomatoes, Ist ‘ each; C. L. Vail, winter squash, sweet potatoes, Ist each; Miss Ella Sheridan, turnips, Ist: Mrs. Hugh Bay, Lima beans, Ist: Mrs. Mary Parker, 1 onions, Ist; Mrs. H. M. Rutledge, Market Garden beets, Ist; Lee Coale, Sweet Potato pumpkin Ist; Mrs. C. L. Vail, Kidney beaus, Ist; Mrs. C. W. Poeock, salsify, lst;S. E. Barnes, ' June beans, Ist; Sorna farm, parsnips, Ist: Fallston Farmers’ Club, display table vegeta bles, Ist; F. B. Havilaiid, Lima beans, Ist; B. F. Warner, sweet corn, Ist; B. F. Minnick, Cherry beans, summer squash, Ist each. CLASS J—DOMESTIC PRODUCTIONS. Butter.— -Mrs. Kate Sbirey, 2d; Mrs. J. Buff Street!, Ist. Bread, Ac.—M. Ella Watson, wheat bread, Ist; Miss Georgia Jacobs, corn bread, Ist, Mrs. W. G. Hopkins, Parker House rolls, Ist; Mrs. Maria Ambler, loaf bread, Ist; Mrs. H. W. Whistler, yeast powder biscuits, Ist; Mrs. E. H. D. Pue, rusk, 2d; Mrs. Win. F. Keasin, Mary land buiscuits, 2d: Mrs. Sadie Proctor, cinna mon buns, 2d; Mrs. John Cox, rolls, Ist; Mrs. N. N. Nock, rusk, Ist; Mrs. J. Ituif Streett, Parker House rolls, 2d; Mrs. Kate Harwood, rolls, 2d; S. E. Barnes, tea biscuits, 2d; Mrs. M. M. Dean, Maryland biscuits, Ist. Cakes and Candies.— Mrs. Bose Hanna, marble cake, 2d, tea cake, Ist: S. Martha Wat son, gold cake, 2d; M. Ella Watson, White Mountain cuke, Ist: Mrs. Robert F. Hanna, silver cake, Ist; Miss Zenobia Hanna, layer cake, Ist; Lizzie Lochary, jelly cake, 2d, cara mels, Ist; Mrs. H. C. Johnson, walnut cake, Ist; Nannie E. McCoy, lady linger cakes. 2d: Georgia Jacobs, fruitcake, Ist; Mrs. J.Thos. C. Hopkins, almond cake, Ist; Miss Mary C. Richardson, lady Anger cakes, Ist; Mrs. W. G. Hoskins, White Mountain cake, 2d, ribbon cake, 2d and Ist; Miss Meta. Gilbert, conserved pear candy, caramels, lemon jumbles, Ist: Miss F. Galloway Smithson, spiced cake, Ist; Miss Beckie Hol lingsworth. cream chocolate, display of candy. Ist each; Miss Etta Silver, angel cake, candy mixture, Ist each; Miss Miriam Hanway, sponge cake, Ist; Mrs. Hugh Bay, 1,2, 3, 4 cake, Ist; Ava J. Bailey, crullers. 2d, chocolate cake, Ist; Mrs. G. Smith Norris, lemon cake, peanut cake, Ist each, cup cake, 2d; Mrs. F. G. Glenn, chocolate cake, 2d; Mrs. G. F. Jones, ginger snaps, 2d; Mrs. H. W. Whistler, gingerbread, Ist; Miss Daisy Bouse, lady cake, Ist; Miss Bosa Jacobs, chocolate cake. 2d; Mrs. J. Thos. C. Hopkins, ginger bread, 2d, layer cake, Ist; Miss Daisy Bouse, ice cream cake, Ist; Miss Marion Curtiss, gold cake, Ist; Mrs. Chos. W. Proctor, jelly cake Ist, coeoanut cake, ice cream cake, 2d each; Mrs. E. H. Quinby, fruit cuke 2d; Mrs. Win. E. Whitcford, merungues, chocolate cake, Ist each; Miss Beckie Hollingsworth, spice cuke, mixed candies, 2d each; Miss Laura Carter, cara mel cake, Ist, jumbles, 2d: Mrs. J. Buff Streett, boiled sponge cake, 2d; Mrs. Mary Hitchcock, snow cake, 2d; Miss Kate Hurward, pound cuke, Ist; 8. K. Barnes, marble cake, Ist; Miss Minnie Michael, ginger cake. Ist; Miss Kate Turner, doughnuts. Ist; Miss Hattie Gilbert, lemon jumbles, Ist. Pies and Custards.— Mrs. Robert F. Hanna, green tomatoes, 2d; Miss Zenobia Hanna, green tomatoes, Ist; Miss Georgia Jacobs, apple pie, lemon pie, Ist each, potato pie, 2d; Mrs. Win. G. Hoskins, cream pie, Ist: Mrs. W. S. Preston, raisin pie, 2d; Mrs. James Dean, sweet potato pie, Ist; Miss Bertie Hanway, cherry pie, Ist; Miss Nellie Cox, apple custard, Ist; Miss Daisy Bouse, *1; Mrs. Geo. M. Haile, sweet potato pie, 2d. pumpkin pic, Ist: Ella Gorsueh, raspberry pie, Ist; Mrs. John Cox, potato custard, Ist; Miss Georgia Amoss, green apple pie. 2d: Miss Laura Carter, pumpkin pie, 2d; Mrs. S. E. Barnes, lemon pie, 2a. Pies and Custards, Unclassified.— Miss Laura Carter, Queen’s pudding, Ist; Miss M. T. Amoss, coeoanut custard, Ist. Dried Fruits and Vegetables. -Miss Mary E. Gilbert, peas, Ist; G. T. Jones, apples, Ist: Mrs. G. M. Haile, corn, 2d; Miss Ella Gor sueh. apples, 2d; Edwin Havilaiid, blackberries, cherries, raspberries, 2d each; Mrs. C. L. Vail, sweet corn, Ist. Fruit Butters and Jams.— Mrs. H. C. John son, tomato butter, Ist; Miss Georgia Jacobs, l>ear butter, Ist; Mrs. Florrie H. Scott, pear marmalade, 2d; Mrs. James Dean, apple butter. 2d; Mrs. B. F. Hanway, apple Jam, Ist; Mrs. Hugh Bay, crab apple butter, 2d; Mrs. Samuel Kyle, grape jam, 2d; Mrs. Win. F. Keasin, grape butter, Ist; Muss Eva A. Jacobs, crabapple Jam, Ist: Mrs. G. M. Haile, quince marmalade, apple marmalade, 2d each; Miss Ella Gorsueh, pear butter, 2d; Mrs. 0. W. Poeock, apple butter, Ist; S. E. Barnes, Pear jam, quince jam, Ist each: tomato jam, 2d. Preserves— Large Fruits.— Mrs. Win. F. Hanna, rod plum, 2d, green tomato Ist; Mrs. E. S. Blackwell, Pears 2d. tomato, Ist; Mrs. H. C. Johnson, yellow tomato, Ist; Mrs. J. Thos. C. Hopkins, pine apple. 2d; Mrs. Julia A. Gilbert, pears, 2d; Mrs. E. Poist, yellow tomato, green tomato, 2d each; Mrs. James Dean, apple, pear, damson. 2d each; Mrs. Hugh Bay, iieach, citron, crab apple, 2d each: Miss Nellie Cox, quince, 2d; Mrs. Wm. F. Keasin, quince, Ist; Mrs. Geo. , M. Haile, apples, peaches, plums, pine apple, crab apple, cantaloupe, pumnkin, Ist each; Mrs. F. P. Shertzer, apricots, Ist; Miss Annie E. Waters, damsons, Ist; Mrs. N. N. Nock, pears, Ist. Preserves—Small Fruits.— Miss Emma Sheridan, currants, Ist; Mrs. James Dean, cherry, 2d; Miss Nellie Cox, grape, 2d; Mrs. Geo. M. Haile, strawberry, fox grape, cherries, raspberries, Ist each, currants, 2d. Preserves and Jams, Unclassified.— Mrs. K. C. Greenland, vegetable peaches and tomato, 2d: Miss Mary C. Richardson, conserved cher ries, Ist; Mrs. Edith Woods, tomato Ags, con served apples, Ist each; Emma Sheridan, quince honey, Ist. Jellies—Large Fruits.— Miss Lizzie Loch ary, quince, 2d; Miss Ida M. Osborne, apple, Ist: Mrs. Hugh Bay, plum, 2d; Miss May Parker, crab apple, Ist: Mrs Win. F. Beasin, quince, Ist; Mrs. Wm. U. Harlan, crab apple, 2d, plums, Ist; Marion Guyton, riblam jelly, pear, Ist each; apple, 2d; Mrs. C. V. Hollingsworth, poach, Ist. Jellies—Small Fruits.—Miss Hannah H. Robinson, gooseberry, Ist ; Miss Georgia Jacolis, currants, Ist; Mrs. Hugh Bay, blackberry, 2d: Miss May Parker, gra|>e, 2d: Mrs. W. H. Har lan, currant, 2d: Miss Sarah E. Uarr, grape, Ist; Mrs. C. 0. Hollingsworth, blackberry, Ist. Fruits and VegetablesinSealed Cans.— Miss Emily B. Robinson, peaches, Ist; Mrs. B. F. Hanna, pears, apples, Ist each; Miss Emma Sheridan, currants, Ist; Mrs. Julia A. Gilbert, whole peaches, Ist; Mrs. Wm. G. Hoskins, tomatoes, Ist, Mrs. Win. B. Smithson, quinces, blackberries, Ist each; Mrs. Win. S. Preston, quinces, 2d: Miss Ella Gorsueh, cherries, plums, Ist each: Mrs. Samuel Kyle, corn on cob, Wax ' beans, squash, Ist each, pumpkins, 2d; Miss Mary Parker, grai>c, Ist, blackberries. 2d; Mrs. Geo. M. Haile, white peaches, corn, 2d each, raspberries, strawberries, pine apple, Lima beans, Ist each; Miss M. T. Amoss, strawberry, 2d; S. E. Barnes, apple, 2d; Mias Minnie Michael, tomatoes, cherries, 2d each; Mrs. Tims. Nagle, pears, Lima beans, 2d each. Spiced Fruits. — S. Martha Watson, canta loupe, Ist: Emma Sheridan, currants, Ist; Mrs. E. S. Blackwell, watermelon rind, Ist; Mrs. H. C. Johnson, quinces, cucumbers, Ist each, can taloupe, 2d; Mias Georgia Jacobs, tomatoes. Ist. damsons, 2d; Mrs. James Dean, peaches, pears, 2(1 each, damsons, Ist; Mrs. Hugh Bay, peaches, crab apple, Ist each, watermelon, 2d; Mrs. J. M. Streett, pears, Ist; Mrs. G. M. Haile, pears, 2d, plums, Ist: Mrs. Wm. H. Harlan, currants, 2d; Mrs. K. F. Hanna, green tomatoes, 2d, Mrs. Janies Dean, plums, 2d. Pickles, Sauces, Vinegars and Catsups. —Mrs. Bose Hanna, cold catsup, 2d; Mrs. K. S. Preston, tomato pickle, Ist, Miss Emma Sheri dan, tomato catsup, Ist: Miss Sara B. Warner, pepper mangoes, 2d; Mrs. H.C. Johnson, tomato soy, Ist: Miss Helen Me .oy, something nice pickle, Ist; Miss Georgia Jacobs, cauliflower pickles. 2d; Mrs- Julia A. Gilbert, buck and buck, 2d; Mrs. Wm. G. Hoskins, cold pickle, Ist; Miss Lizzie Paca, cold slaw, Ist; Mrs. Jas. Dean, French pickle, Spanish pickle, 2d each; Mrs. Hugh Bay, tomato catsup, 2d; Mrs. Samuel Kyle, chow-chow, 2d. French pickle, Ist; John Streett, cider vinegar, 2d; Kate Stoncbraker, Spanish pickle, Ist; Mrs. Win. F. Beasin, tomaiu, tomato catsup. 2d each, red tomato, Ist; Miss Florence Bonsell, Chile sauce. Ist; Miss Annie K. Watson, mixed pickle, 2d: Mrs. N. N. Nock, pcpjHT mangoes, Ist; Laura Carter, Collie sauce, 2d: Mrs. Kate Turner, slaw, 2d; Mrs. M. M. Dean, mustard pickle, 2d, mustard French pickle, Ist; Win. F. &G. A. Hays, cider vinegar, Ist; Mrs. Wm. G. Hoskins, mixed pickle, Ist. CLASS K—HOUSEHOLD & DOMESTIC. Miss Beckie Slaymaker, yarn gloves Ist; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, leggins Ist; Mrs. Margaret Sheridan, ladies' woolen hose Ist; Mrs. Janies Dean, ladies' hose Ist; Miss. Kate Stoncbraker, floor rug Ist: Mrs. Mary J. Hopkins, cotton stockings Ist; Mrs. S. E. Barnes, yarn stock ings Ist: Mrs. M. J. Jourdan, knit stockings Ist. Quilts.— Miss Zenobia Hanna, worsted quilt Ist; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, woolen comfortable Ist; Mrs. Margaret Sheridan, knit quilt 2d; Nannie E. McCoy, worsted quilt 2d: Mrs. J. T. C. Hopkins, silk quilt 2d; Mrs. B. F. Hanway, log-cabin quilt Ist, woolen comfortable 2d; Mrs. G. Bosun, album quilt Ist; Mrs. Mary J. Hopkins, knit quilt Ist; Miss Jennie Hopkins, crib quilt Ist; Mrs. Marion C. Guyton, crochet ed quilt Ist and 2d; M. E. Sauer, mathematical star quilt 2d. . Machine Work.— Beckie J. Slaymaker, over gaiters 2d; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, gent's night shirt Is, lady's dress 2d; Miss Emma Sheridan, night dress, over-gaiters, Ist each; F. Gallo wuy Smithson, petticoat 2d; Mrs. F. O. Shert zer, quilted skirt Ist, sponge bag 2d. Hand Work. — Miss Beckie Slaymaker, drawers, home-made towel, lace, Ist each; lin en t raveling bag. hemstitched bolster cas , 2d each; Miss Annie M. Esley, pillow shams Ist; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, gent's night shirt, lady’s night dress, hemstitched sheet, bolster case, clothes bag, Ist each; Miss Emma Sheridan, gent’s handkerchief, hemstitched sheet. 2d each, hemstitched pillow cases, doylies. Ist each: Miss Helen McCoy, hemstitched pillow cases 2d, do. handkerchief Ist; Miss Meta Gil bert, chamois slippers Ist; F. Galloway Smith son, crocheted chemise yoke 2d; Mrs. Annie Brandt, scrap bug 2d; Bertie Hanway, chem ise, sample darning, Ist each; Miss Belle Stone braker, sheet, bolster ease, pillow case, patch ing, apron, cuffs, tucked night-dress yoke, sample button holes, Ist each, sample hem stitching, drawers, chemise, gent's night shirt, 2d each; Miss Ida Curtis, sample darning 2d; Mrs. John Sawyer, clothes bag 2d: Mrs. Wm. K. Whitcford, shopping bag Ist; Mrs. .1. Buff Streett, corset Ist; Mrs. Mary B. llitchcicc, night dress 2d; Mrs. B. 8. Bonier, apron 2d, sample hemstitching Ist; Miss Marion f. Guy ton, crocheted night-dress yoke: Mary M. My ers, luce Ist: Mm. F. N. Ramsey, child’s sack 2d, sample thread Ist. Zephyr Work.— Beckie J. Slaymaker, table cover, worsted slippers, worsted lace. Jacket, Ist each, crocheted shawl, sofa tidy, silk mit tens, luce collar, child’s hood, infant’s sucks, lady’s hood, 2d each; Verdle Greenland, lly net Ist; Mrs. Bose Hanna, chemise yoke 2d; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, egg eosles Ist, gent’s slip pers 2d; Miss Emma Sheridan, Tam O’Shanter cap, crocheted cape, 2d each; lady’s hood Ist; Miss Nannie E. McCoy, fascinator Ist, ice-wool fascinator 2d: Miss Ocorgie Jacobs, crocheted shawl Ist, crocheted jacket, child’s knit sack, 2d each; Miss Meta Gilbert, crocheted slippers Ist: Miss Marion Hanway, table mats Ist, slip pers 2d; Miss Bertie Hanway, carriage afghan Ist; Mrs. Hugh Bay, crocheted lady’s skirt Ist; Mrs. Samuel Kyle, laundry bag 2d; Miss May Glenn, carriage afghan 2d; Mi's. H. W. Whist ler, child's afghan 2d: Mrs. Mary Aldeu, cro cheted work in Iceland wool Ist; Miss Nan Webster, baby afghan, baby sueque, Ist each; Maria Murray, sample cotton luce Ist; Mrs. J. C. Butler, crocheted purse Ist, child's skirt 2d; >Mrs. Win. E. Whitcford, worsted slippers Istf Miss Mary M. Norris, infant’s socks Ist; Mrs. Helen Watts, lace collar Ist; Miss Jennie Hop. VOL. XXXVII-NO. 45. ie kins, pulse warmers Ist; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, e gentleman’s pulse warmers Ist; Miss Jennie Hopkins, knit petticoat 2d, pincushion Ist: . Mrs. B. S. Homer, lace collar 2d, child’s hood ie Ist; Marian C. Guyton, chair tidy 2d: Miss Jen s, nic Hopkins, tea cosy Ist; Mrs. Allen Hoff c man, tea cosy 2d; Mrs. John D. Wor- II thington, crocheted socks Ist; Mrs. B. F. Han y way, crocheted caiie Ist: Miss May Glenn, pin n cushion 2d; Miss Nannie E. McCoy, Worsted i, hood 2d. e 'Silk a Cotton Embroidery.— Beckie J. ii Slaymaker, pincushion, splasher, Ist each, nil it low shams, apron, flannel skirt, 2d each; Mias 9, Agnes Cover, centre cloth, doylies, 2d each; 9. Mrs. B. F. Hanna, mantle scarf Ist; Miss Ella r, Sheridan, bureau and wash-stand cover 2d; t Miss Emma Sheridan, handkerchief case 2d, 0 embroidered slippers Ist; Mrs. 11. C. Johnson, ~ bureau scarf Ist, store bag 2d; Miss Helen Mc 9, Coy, sofa cushion, sumpler.table scarf,lit each, t; sachet cushion, pillow shams, 2d each; Miss i- Nannie E. McCoy, apron Ist: Miss Hannah Lee, table cover 2d; Miss Lucie Jacobs, sampler 2d; y Miss Clara Love, table scarf 2d, silk chair-tidy Ist; Miss Miriam Hanway, sofa cushion 2d; Mrs. Hugh Bay, outlined tray cover Ist; Miss Grace Streett, sofa cushion 2d; Miss Elizabeth Streett. If pillow shams Ist; Miss Daisy Bouse, flannel skirt Ist, tennis racket cover, slippers, 2d each; I, Miss Cora Crawford, crocheted lace Ist; Miss i. Nan Webster, silk doylies, baby pillow-case, i. Ist each; Miss Ethel Curtis, outlined doylic 2d; . Miss F. B. Shertzer, flannel skirt Ist: Florence - Bouse), sample lace Ist; Mrs. Wm. Waters, silk - rug 2d; Mrs. J. C. Butler, table cover Ist; Mrs. - John Sawyer, buffet scarf in linen 2d; Mrs. i. Wm. E. Whitcford, bureau scarf, plush pin :, cushion, 2d each; Miss Laura Carter, silk throw I, Ist; Mrs. J. Buff Streett, initial handkerchief Ist; Mrs. Mary B. Hitchcock, flannel skirt 2d; Miss M. T. Amoss, centre piece Ist; Mrs. 0. S. (, Bonier, napkins, buffet scarf, tray cover, cake - cover, Ist each; Miss Minnie Michael, chair tidy e 2d: Miss Marion Guyton, splasher 2d; Miss Em ., mu Sheridan, pillow sham Ist; Miss Jennie Hop r kins, cake cover 2d; Mrs. B. S. Bonier, table - cloth Ist; Mrs. H. W. Whistler, cotton lace 2d. ; Fancv Work.—Beckie J. Slaymaker, house -1 wife 25c, Alice K. Watson, easel 25c: Mrs. K. i, F. Hanna, photo, holder 25c; Ella Sheridan, hand bag 75c; Miss Helen McCoy, linen buffet >, scarf 75c, pin cushion 37c, ribbon picture 1 frame 25e, satin cabinet frame 25c, doylies in , Dresden pattern 25c, black satin hand bag 37c; f Nannie E. McCoy, needle case 25c, crocheted - hair-pin tidy 25c, picture frame drapery 25e; . Mrs. E. Poist, Chinese dust bag 25c, Fisherman T Hut picture 25c, picture 76c, set perfume bags ? 25e; Miss Etta Silver, cantaloupe-seed bag 25c; ; Mrs. Anna Brandt, toilet 25c; Miss Miriam ; Hanway, photo, bolder 25c: Mrs. Samuel Kyle, t leather work-box 25c, leather work-frame 25c, , leather whip-holder 25c; Miss Hannah Hughes, r card receiver 25c; Miss May Parker, hair-flower , wreath 25c, hair flowers 25c: Mrs. Geo. J. Fin i ney, Kensington table cover 50c, pair knit mils 25 c; Mrs. F. G. Shertzer, plaster Paris a placque 25c; Miss Florence Jones, paper flow i era 25c; Miss Georgia Forwood, paper oranges , 25c; Mrs. Wm. E. Whitcford, satin scent-bag , 25c; Miss Fannie Roberts, handkerchief case . 75c; Mrs. Hoblitzell, Jewelry case 25c, cantu , loupe seed satchel 25c; Jennie Hopkins, glass . glove case 25c; Marian C. Guyton, sunflower - pincushion 25c; Mary E. Myers, paper flowers , SOc; Mrs. F. P. Shertzer, plaster Paris placque , 50c: Mrs. F. N. Ramsay, button-book holder , 25c: Miss Lula Matthews, mouchoir case 75c; ) Miss Lourella Engle, napkin rings 60c. . Unclassified -Mi's Allen Hoffman, combing i towel 25c, work-stand cover 37c, umbrella bolder 25c; Miss Ella Sheridan, denim-cloth , table cover 50c, denim-cloth bureau cover 37c; i Miss Helen McCoy, pincushion 25c, shoulder , shawl 25c: Miss Nannie E. McCoy, wild-cotton sachet 25c; Miss Elizabeth Streett, fancy mat . 50c; Miss Bosa Jacobs, chrysanthemum lump ) shade SOc; Miss Nan Webster, bathing apron ; 50c; Miss Georgia Forwood, match receiver ’ 25c: Mrs. Allen Hoffman, shoe bag 25c; Miss , Jennie Hopkins, silk necktie 50c; Miss Alice Hopkins, silk rug 25c; Miss Bertie Hopkins, i Jewel case, 25c; Miss Jennie Hopkins, i s*fa pillow cover SOc, table scarf 25c; Mrs. , Hoblitzell, chamoise slippers 25c; Mrs. B. S. Bomer, sample drawn-thread work 26c, head i rest 37c; Miss Jennie Hopkins, yachting cup 25c; Miss Ella Sheridan, knit purse 25c; Mrs. 11. 8. Homer, centre piece SOc, doylies 37c, cream jug doylic 25c, drawn-thread handkerchief ■ 25c. CLASS L—CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT. Bread, Cakes and Pies.—Leonore Hanna, 1,2, 3, 4 cake, Ist; Beckie N. Watson, wheat bread, Ist; Lizzie S. Hanna, marble cake, green apple pie Ist each; 8. Cassie Lee, ground nut • candy, Ist; Louis H. Preston, Washington cake, white fruit cake, Ist each; Helen French, plate of cake, Ist; Sue Smith, loaf of bread, 2d, white i sponge cake, Ist; Eva Smith, rolls, Ist; Grace Kyle, sugar cakes, Ist; Annie Kyle, orange cake, Ist; Maryland biscuits, 2d; Celia Har wurd. White Mountain cake, pound cake. Ist each; Mabel Streett, caramel cake, Ist; Roberta Smith, eocoanutcake, Ist; Jack Quarles, ginger cakes, Ist; Helen House, lemon pie, Ist; Sophia Proctor, Maryland biscuits, Ist; Zltc Martin, Parker House rolls, Ist; Elizabeth Bedford, ginger loaflst; Bessie Smithson, biscuits, Ist. Jellies, Ac.—Sophie Cahen, currant Jelly, grape Jelly, Ist each; Lizzie 8. Hanna, crab apple preserve, plum preserve, pine apple, pear, apple, Ist each; Maggie Smithson, canned cherries, canned blackberries, Ist; Sue Smith, gooseberry jelly, watermelon preser ve.lst each; Grace Kyle, preserved strawberry, orange peel, canned Keifer pears, plums, Ist each; Annie Kyle, canned corn and tomatoes, Ist; Celia Harward, canned tomatoes, preserved canta loupe, Ist each; Lizzie 8. Hanna, canoed pine apple, Ist; Mary Bedford, grape jelly, Ist; U- ssie Dean, preserved tomatoes, Ist; Annie H. Cuirnes, canned peaches, Ist; Bessie Smithson, apple Jelly, plum jelly, quince Jelly, blackberry jelly, Ist each. Pickles, Ac.—Leonore Hanna, cold catsup, Ist; S. Cassie Lee, nasturtium pickles, peppen, Ist each; H. Clara Smithson,“tomato catsup, Ist; Mary L. Preston, Chili sauce, Ist; Annie Kyle, spiced pears, Ist; Bessie Dean, mustard pickle, Ist; Minnie A. Calrnes, spiced peaches, Ist; Mazie Dean, French pickle, Ist. Needle Work.—Sadie Campbell, chocheted hood. Jewelry box, Ist each; Leonore Hanna, worsted lace, lace sampler, tidy, Ist each: Maggie Smithson, doll's suit, Ist; Grace Kyle, stand cover, Ist; Mabel Streett, pin cushion, Ist; Ida Groom, croeretcd luce, Ist; Annie Hoigle, slippers Ist; Agnes Bruns, slipper case, Ist; Agnes Tucker, slippers, Ist; Helen Bouse, knit stockings, splasher, Ist each; Agnes Sawyer, scarff, Ist; LizzieS. Hanna, gingham apron, Ist; Minnie B. Cairnes, tidies, Ist; Nannie B. Mun nikhuysen, bureau scarf, Ist; Mazie Dean, Jewelry basket, stocking bug, foot rug. Ist each. MiscKLLAneous.— Sadie Campbell, penman ship, Ist: Sophie Cahen, penmanship, 2d, hand painted shells Ist: Kolierta Smith, painted plucques, Ist; Sophie Cuhen, crayon drawing, pencel drawing, lump shade. Ist; Clara Pue, pen wiper, Ist: Jessie Heckord, landscape painting, yard of roses painting, Ist each. Unclassified.—James O. Watson, pop corn, Ist; J. Thos. C. Hopkins, Jr., cotton product, Ist: Jas. U. Watson, persimmons, Ist; W. Edgar Preston, chestnut Ist; Grace Kyle, geraniums, Catawba gruiies, Ist each; Mabel M. Streett, doylies. Ist; Roberta Maynadier, English wal nuts, Ist; Michael E. Pue, coitus, Ist; Jack Quarles, turnips, potatoes, rex liegonia, Ist each; Agnes Bruns, picture frames. Ist; Allen Kirk, carnation pink, sedum, Ist each; Ague* Tucker, Lima beans, pole beans, hops, yeast, Ist each; Lutie Keene, cat duhlies, Ist; Eva Hopkins, taffy, Ist; Allen Kirk, bouquet of flowers. Ist; Wiley Hopkins, gold and silver flsli, Ist; Ned Quarles, pumpkins, Ist; Sadie Campbell, Wax plant, Ist; Who Lee, pine apple plant. Ist; Lizzie Bedford, tatty, Ist; Mazie Stewart, cream walnuts, cream chocolate, bouquet of wild flowers, Ist each; Mazie Dean, Sink geraniums, Ist; Nathan Dean, apples, Ist: . Wilson McAbee, apples, okra apples, Ist each; Raymond H. McAbee, apples, pears, Ist each; Elizabeth Bush Williams, cream candy, bunch cosmos and sweet fern, Ist each; Osborne Mitchell, peanuts, Ist; Keybold Mitchell, pop corn. lt. CLASS M—MISCELLANEOUS. Apples.—S. E. Hanway, Baldwin, Dominic, Boxbury russet, Bed Robinson. 2d each. Royal russet. Smith's Cider, Bullock pippin, Nickajack, Ben Davis, Ist each; Miss Mary K. Gilbert, King of Thompkins County, Ist; U. F. Warner, Baldwin, Ist; Lewis’!’. Pyle. Pcnnoek, Ist; Mrs. E. Kirk, fall Pcnnoek, 2d; Miss Nellie Cox, Falluwater, 2d, pumpkin apple, Ist; Edwin W. Finney, display of apples, 2d; D. W. Jones, York Striped, Ist: American crab, 2d; Mrs. E. H. D. Pue, Upright, Bed Robinson, Ist each, jelly flower 2d; Miss May Parker, Swar: Mrs, E. H. D. Pue, Newton pippin, 2<J: U. Howard Amoss, King of Thompsins County, Dominie, Ist each. Sheep Nose, 2d; Wm. Davison, Palin water, Ist, Northern Spy, Smith's Cider, Wine Sup, 2d; B. F. Minnick, Mountain Beauty, Ist; Mrs. Amanda Airheart, Northern Spy, Ist. Pears and Peaches.—Edwin Havlland, Bounce Deal, Ist and 2d; Mrs. Allen Hoffman, Kiefer, Ist: S. E. Hanway, Bartlett, Laurence. 2d each; F. Galloway Smithson, ]>ear, Ist; A. H. Hull, Keifer, 2d, winter pear, Ist; C. L. Vail, Long-Nee9 russet, Ist; Miss Mary E. Ambler, Duchess, 2d: Mrs. K. 11. D. Pue, Duchess, Gray Seedling peaches, Ist each; Mrs. W. T. lawyer, October peaches, 2d; Mrs. Julia Gilbert, Vicar of Wakefleld, —; 8. K. Hanway, Sheldon, —; Mrs. John D. Worthington, winter pears, 2d. quinces. Plums, Ac.—Wm. T. Watson, citron melon, watermelon, Ist each; S. E. Hanway. Concord grapes, 2d, watermelon, Clinton grapes, Ist each; Mrs. Robert Hanna, Concord grapes, Ist; Mrs. J. Buff Streett, grapes. IsU Miss Lizzie Paca, Catawba, graiies, lit; Soma farm, quinces, 2d; Miss Amanda Airheart, quinces, Ist; Mrs. U. F. Railway, Clinton grains. 2d. Miscellaneous.— Edwin Haviland, bo* honey, Ist; Miss Bose Hanna, dried yeast, Ist; Nannie E. McCoy, soft soap, Ist: Miss E.J. Silver, yeast, Ist; Mrs. W. T. Sawyer, bo)>s, Ist; S. K. Barnes, hard soap, yeast lard, Ist each. Paintings, Ac.—BecsfeJ. Slaymaker, paint ing on velvet, Ist, painting on satin, 2d; Clara ' Love, painted banner in oil, Ist; Mrs. B. P. lluiiim, hand painted card plate, —; Mrs. Allen Huffman, landscape in oil, 2d: Lucy Jacobs, I painted placque, 2d, fruit, grapes, laudscuiHi, roses, Ist each; Janie Metric,. castle on tha Danube, 2d; Mrs. K. Poist, toilet set, 2d; Miss Etta Sdv .r, roses, 2d, study of birds, painted handkerchief case, Ist each; Mrs. Sarah T. Hughes, study of cherries, 2d, figure study in oil, Ist; Mrs, Samuel Kyle, sofa cushion, faucy head, glass panel, Ist each; Mrs. Helen Mitchell, pencil drawing, —; Miss Daisy Bouse, centra piece, painted glass box, Ist each, cravat case, 2d; Mrs. Win. B. Whitcford, mantel scarf, liana painted panels, Ist each; Mrs. Hoblitzell, splasher, 2d. picture, Ist; Miss Jennie Hopkins, painting on satin, Ist; E. Jaiinie Duval, draw ing (Masterless), 2d, drawing (.horse's heudi, Ist; Miss Jennie Hopkins, scene in oil on liras* placque, Ist. CLASS N—FLORAL DECORATIONS. Green House Plants.—B. and K. Hollings worth, display of green house plants, Ist; K. Hollingsworth, hanging basset, sword tern, hand bouquet, Ist each: Mrs. J. Thus. C. Hop kins, Mexican tern 2d; Mrs. Griffith, wax flow, cring liegonia, coral begonia, 2d each; Miss Lizzie G. Paca, cut geraniums, crimson gera nium, Ist each, red geranium, 2d; Miss Clara Smithson, pin cushion cactus, Ist; Mrs. E. Poist, brugmansiaarboroa, Ist; Mrs. E. Kirk, hangl ig basset, 2d, oxalis, parfurgium, pins carnation, Ist each; Miss Ella Sheridan, display of green house plants, sweet geraniums, 2d each, coliaa, lavender, sedum, caladiuni, fernery,heliotrope, Ist each: Mrs. Allen Hoffman, hibiscus Ist; Mrs. E. Kirk, star fish cactus, Ist. Cur Flowers.—M. Ella Watson, roses, wild I tiowe.s, 2d, table bouquet, botum-hola • bouquet, Ist each; Mrs. 11. C. Johnson, dahlias, i 2d; Miss Annie Moore, dahlias, Ist; Miss Ells ! Sheridan, floral design, ro es, nasturtiums, Ist : each, Reekie Hollingsworth, hydrangeas, Ist; Miss Laura Carter, pampas gross, 2d. —Braggs—“l am a self-made man, sir, I began life as a barefoot boy.” Cooley—“lndeed! Well, I wasn’t . I born with shoes on either.”