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FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR!
Of the Carroll County Agricultural Society, for 1853. TPlk Ik 41 1 Willi A 4 ViMHaIIIam ....... 117.1 -TsTSi . . vmiuimm, ip tf rtnic iia y m i r-iursriay, tF( (O.M P Iff til & 20(h eWa.:D 2 Esekiel R, Lee, Wo Cellars Wn R Amos, Jacob Hole, John Man6ild, John Kbersole, Leonard Harsh, John Arbuckli, James Forbes sr., George Hardealy. Office r. Ji.hn Riley Vice Samuel Sterling. Treasurer Cor Secretary ; Fielding 8 Gable Harvey Cogsil, President President F. Kenedy Recording Secretary To deliver the Annual address, Pro'. J. P. Kirtlakd, or Glrvilawd. Grand Marshall Gen. H. A. ST1DGER. Assistant Marshall Samuel Hole James Parson Klisha McGuire Jm. H, Ghambers Dr. H. MeGi', Cteorge Perry John Shober Israel Wiant Franklie Parr Gawn Lawthers Samuel Williams Joseph Close J. W. McOourt Andrew Fiijley Sl'PSRINTKNDANT OF POLICE WASHINGTON BUTLER. or not, before entering the enclosure, trill first go to the Treasurers Office and pay the annual fee and receive badges for themselves and fam ilies. An observance of these directions will avoid much confusion. I It'll!, Augusta Tp. Brown do Centre do East ; do Fox do Harrrisson do Loudon do Lee do Monroe do Orange do Perry do Rose do Union do Washington do Fair (wi-oiuuls Tba Board of managers take pleasure in an bouncing that they have leased from Mr. Jacob Htlfrich, for a term of years, a convenient piece of ground, whereon to hold the annual fairs, containing a good well of water, shade trees, 4c adjoining the town of Carrollton. The ground will be enclosed with a high, substantial board fence, a building will be greeted about forty feet wide, and one hundred feet long, for the exhi bition of floral and horicullural pioducts, and for the exhibition of domestic manufactures, 4c. 8mall buildidgs will be erected for the use of officers, and commodious tents provided for the use of committees. Stall for receplien of stock will be built, and all other permanent, as well as ornamental im provements will be made to render the grounds comfortable and pleasant to all who may visit the fair. (general Rule. 1 Persons who wish to compete for premi sjms must become member of the society, by vine one dollar annually to the treasurer and e re-idents of the county. 2. Articles offered lor premiums, must be owned by the persons offering them, or by members of their families, and the products ol the soil or manufactured articles (except those specified in the premium list,) must be produ ced or manufactured in the county. 3. Whether there be much or little or no competition premiums will be awarded, provided the regulations of the society bo adhered to, and the animator article 'meritorious. 4. All animals or articles (whether (hereto fore had a premium or not)are eligible to com pete for premiums, if deemed meritorious. 5. No an mal or article exhibited, shall be removed before the close of the exhibition with out permission of some officer of the Bociety. 6. All crops by the acre, or less, must be measured or weighed, and proven by two disin terested witnesses. 7. Members of different committees will be called from the stand at 10 o'clock" on meir re I. Professor J P. Kirtlakd of Cleveland Geo. ' expected to deliver the annual address. z. several bands of music will be in attend ance during the fair. 3 Huxters. pedlers showmen and all others who visit the fair lor the purpose of making money, must have a permit from the treasurer, for which they will be charged a reasonable fee. 4. The premiums offered to ladies on "horse back riding" have all been donated to the so ciety for that purpose. Nothing therefore will be drawn from the funds of the society on that account. 5. Theje will be abundance of wa'.er on the grounds for watering stock Hay will be fur nished free of charge. other feed will be fur nished by owners of stock. 6. The managers design to make the ap proaching fair one of great interest, far surpas sing any previous one held in the county. They therefore respectfully ask the cordial co operation of the public in securing, not only a mass represe ntaiion of the people, but a full representation of all the agricultural, manufiic 1st. best bull x years old and over 2nd " " " 1st. " '. 1 rr tunng, mechanical and other interests of the people. Let all then, come out to the fair. Every body come no matter what your avoca tion, you are dependent on the farmer and me chanic lor your daily bread, their interest is your interest, thereupon we invite you to unite with us in pushing forward this greatest of all enterprise for the improvement mid advance ment of our common interest. First Hay. General Preparation), Entries and lion of l.ve slock, farming implements, carnages, c. hntnes, can also .1 e made ol ar- intended lor exhibition on second day. Plowing Match at 2 o'clock P. M. Evening Grand concert of vocal and instru men f music, fireworks 4c. Nero nd Iay. exhihi w a cons 3.00 too 2.00 2nd i no best bull calf oo 2nd " ' Dip best cow 3 yrs old snd over 4,00 2nd .... soo best i 3 oo 1 2nd 3 00 ; best heifer 1 year old 2.00 2nd ...... 100l Best heifer calf, 1,00 2nd " " " D,p. Best yoke cattle 3 mj 2nd " " " goo For the largest train of oxen from any one township, (whether owned by member-, or not.) attached to a wagon, decorated, regularly en tered and drien on the ground, under the su pervision of a marshal 4,00 second best train 2,00 Awarding Com. William Ja 1 s, carrol co. John Blackburn, Salem, Col. co Judge New ton, Canfield, co. Gabriel Sell, Carroll co. Johnn Mills, Tuscarswas co. Findly Liphara, carroll co. Class E SWEEPSTAKES open to all or out of the county Best 3 yr old bull .. 9 .. 1 .. " 3 yr old cow 1 1,00 g.o. r 1.00 Gen far. O, cult. 1.00 0 cull Gen. Far. rhither in Dip. Logail Joph Arter Haaover Isaac 8, Dit mars, Cadis Wm B.xitr Janus M. Davii Was. Watkios. Domeslif Manufactures. Clam L, Best 6 libs butter 2nd Best cheese 2nd Best t loaves bread " 2 hams (and how cared " 10 lbs honey " light cukes " pound " fruit sponge " " variety sealed fruits " 1 bus dried apple " peaches " variety preserves 0 ' J-I'y Gen. Far. ' fruit butter d0 " maple moUses Ho Awarded Com R v, D Pr M 'chell John Beany. Simu. 1 Williams, Amos Carr Mr. R H. Legget, Mrs Judge Eberole Mr- J ,m-s Psllon (eounly ) Ms June Gallaher. Mr- Dr Hunter Mat Men Eekl. y. Mils Marthy Edg inton Jefi co Mi-s A la M urn Canton M; i Mary H illon Cadit Class M. H RTI CULTURAL. Best exhibition winter apples cut Mik Ellen Leirirei Mary Miller " Saran ann Wilton " El s. J Combs Miss Hester Atkinson " E Jane Beat'.y " Mry Svtphtnson '' Emma Mi-Guir " Caroline J-tckton " Mary J. Hsropon Sam an ha Ihompsou ' Florinda Groaser Marthy Arbuekle f otBRBiiiee .KIUaff;Klnc Dr. Henry E Hun'er, Ghas Mill-r 1 atton. Thaddeus Atkmon G p S: Mrs 'me lirer omm ttcc 011 concert, Gil spective days, and answer to their names when j General exhibition and examination of arti cles through ihe day. Exhibition of riding by 25 young masters and misses under 12 years of age at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Annual address at 1 o'clock P. M. Exhibition of Ladies Horseback Hiding at 2 o'clock P M. Reports of Committees announced at 4 o'clock P. M. EVE ING. Grand Concert of vocal 4 Instrumental music. Fire works, 4c, for the benefit of the Fair. Tickets for the concerts, 4c , on each even ing one dime. Lis! of Premiums. CLASS A. Chops. WHEAT. 1st. best acre wheat 4 upwards 2nd do do specimens to he presented. CORN. 1st. best I acre corn 4 upwards. 2nd " 1 specimens to be presented OATS. 1st. best I acre oats, was co. J. I-. Lester, Uanton Stunk s. Jefferson co. Jude Gen. D Jat vis, Massilon, O. Salem, 0 SHEEP Class F Best buck, (fine wooled( 6.00 2nd do do 4 00 3d do do 2,00 B-'st long wooled buck, 2. 00 Snd do do l.oo Best pen long wooled Ewes (5) 2,00 2nd do do do 1,00 Best pen of Ewes (fine) (5) 6,00 2nd do do 3,00 Best pen buck Inmbs (fine) 3 00 2nd do do 2 00 Best pen Ewe lambs (fine) 3,00 2nd do do Awarding Com Judge Lappin, Tusca ra- O. Mnior Wm. Lee. C.dis, 0. Daniel Bnsall, do do do do do do specimen potatoes do do do do do Oer do do do Best do peppers lima beans " " carrots Best variety of vegatables raised by exhibitors Awarding Com. A. S. fall peaches, pears' grapes, qu.nces, miilt, (all kinds,) I bus. t Tin pa, do tomatoes, 1 peck, onions, 1 do squash aud pumpkins, beets and cabbages, celery, seed corn, $ bush., Gen 1,00 1,00 0. cult, do Ram spy, 1,00 Jacob '..,. Champer Rev. J. H. Rod ire r John Moore M W r ,r ... . : . . Thomas Lee, Cadis 0. Richard EUon, Stark n" p ?' wvnesburgh Mrs. James Beatty, eo. John Bingham Mahoning co. Mahlon Mar- Uose rP Mrs. R.J A'kmson kmc Department, CO. 5,00 1 j . . ...... mt tta hinr 1 1 11 ' 1 r called. 11 any r.o not nppm " - 1 places will be promptly supplied. All reports must be handed to the secretary, before 4 o'-1 clock each day. . 8. Although an animal may be exhibited m more than one class, yet but one premium will be awaaded. 9- The treasurer will pay H premiums ten 1 days after the fair. 10. Exhibitors arc requested to have their 1 animals or articles entered on the books at the nffio hpfnre thev are placed in the , riimni id vuww, j i . . 11 1. 1. : specimen to be presented. HAY. best 1 acre hay 1st. 2nd POTATOES. 1st. best potatoes acre and upwards 2nd RYE. best 1 acre Rye Timothy bxed, best I acre of timothy seed Clover cked. enclosure, on the entry of which, cards will be begt , Mr$ c)oe geed furnished, with the number and class, as enter ed at the office, which must be placed on the animal or article exhibited, 11. Superintendants of the various classes will be in readiness at the gate of the enclo sure to conduct all animals or articles to their respective nlaccs. 18, Competitors for premiums roust present their animals or articles before 10 o'clock M. on the respective days. Terms of Admission. Bffdees will be furnished all members of . thair families liniipr 21 VearS be socie rjHcatioa at tfae Trtaturers Office, 1 IC aUac.J conspicuously to the left trb' 2 serve a. t0 S in 8nd out ?breast. will serve . r f . t pleasure during me ay -- " 77 1 members Badges will be sold to at (too aim ecu, individuals, not which when at- t!l en- 5,00 2,00 2,00 2,00 4,00 2,00 4.00 2,00 3,00 2,00 Co. 2,00 Awarding com John Buchanan, Jacob Stray er, Samuel Smith. John Hole, Isaac Atkin son, sr. HORSES. Class B. best stallion, overyears old, 2nd do do best stallion, between 3 and 4 years old. 2nd best stallion, between 3aged 4 years old, best mare, over 4 years old, 2nd do do best gelding, over 4 years old, 2nd do do best riding hone, 2nd do do Awarding Com. Thomas Lee, Carroll rT7 : : ...I t the left breaat, 'ST r;oin a'ndoutat pleasure, during Can be procured at the of- VfeeU will be sold for one dim, which will entile to one cdmUtion only. To be procu red at the Ticket Office only. The adoption of the above rules have become indispensable on account of the heavy evpense incurred in leasing aud improving the grounds. These expenses mutt be paid, and it certainly better that the many shojild contribute a small portion each, than that the few should be bur thensd with the whole amount. Directions Signs will be placed over the different offices i Ja.nal t.Hpm. before enterinir the enclosure' ViH first pay the annual fee M.) to the trees u;. ntRrjt and receive a badge. ti- .ill then co to the secretary's office, of the badze, will entire WBU UUVU swau . . the animals or articles for competition. 0-... nnt members of the society who de X C lUHfl (WW ... ire to pass in and out during one day, will go .l. i.V nffirn and nurchase a badee. P.rsons who desire to go it but once, will go i. ii,a tiftkut office and purchase ticket Members of th toeitT. wbether ooropetitoia Wm. Barber. Stark Co. Jacob Heaton, Uolum biana Co. Henry V. Beaver, Carroll Co. Wm. Cunningham, Jefferson Co. HORSES. Class B. No. 8. best pair matched horsess (driven in harnes. J"0 best eeldincr, between 3 and 4 yrs old 2,00 2nd do do 00 x,w best 2 yr. old colt, horse or mare, 3,00 2nd do do uo i.uu beet spring colt, 2,00 2nd do do 2.00 best natural trotting horse or mare 2,00 best natural pacing horse or mare. 2,00 besi buggy horse (driven in harness) 2,00 Awarding ,Uom.- unas. awcet, cai roll co. James D. Ladd, Jefferson co. Thomas Way, carroll co John McClymonde, columbiana, 00 Rexin Welch, Cadiz, SWEEWSTAKES Class 0 Open to all whether in or out of the county. west stallion (without regard to age ) dip. best mare ' " pair Matched horses or mares " saddle horse " " carriage horse (buggy) " natural trotting horse or mare " " pacing horse or mare, at Awarding Com. The committee will be com nosed of all the committee on horses, and will be required to decide by ballot. CATTLE. Class D 1st best bull 3 years old snd over $4. 00 2nd " " M tin, WelUvillc 0. Henrv Sioakes Jefferson David Belknap carroll. Class G Sweepstakes. Open to all Best buck ( fine wooled) Dip. Ewe ( " " ) ' lonj wooled buck " ' Ewe Awarding Com. Jacob Harbaugh, N. Lis bon Isaac Miller. Harrisson, Simuel Lalim, Stark co. Adam Hilubrand, Stark co, Henry Crew, Richmond Sampson Jenkins, carroll. WINECLASS II. Best boar 82,00 2nd " " 1,00 Best sow 2,00 2nd " Best litter pigs (5 or more) 2nd " " 1,00 85,00 Heaviest hog 2,00 3 00 Awarding Com. Richard Hemming Thomas ihompson, (Louden lhos.l. Uallaner Jacob Helfrich James Barr POULTBY Clasb I. 3 00 Best pair turkies Dip. and ducks 01 any kmd it m geese " " " " " pea fouls " " " " guinea fouls " " " lot of poultry owr.ed by exhibiton "pair shanghai fowls " " cochin china do " poland do 1,00 Awarding Com John Cross Richnr I Bix- 3 oq ter Wm. R. Lloyd, Jeff, co John Couch Stark a on co- John Thomplson I MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURES. Cl.ABS I. Best wagon harnes. " carriag) or buggy do " ladies saddle " gents do " bridle and martingale "coopers work "men's boots " pair ladies slinoers or gaiterj buggy or i-iAf made in county cooking stove-for coal or wood display 0 tin and copper ware " blacksmiihing display of cabinet work bedstead X doz chairs display of stone or earthernware specimen of tailoring " printing " graining doz calf skins 2 sides upper leather 2 " sole barr 1 flour discretionary premiums will be 3.00 2,00 3.00 1 2,00! 2,00 2,00, 2,00 2,00 2.00 2,00 1,00 Gen. Far 1,00 Gen do Far. 3.00 1,00 1.00 1,00 200 0. cult, do 1,00 1.00 1,00 1,00 1,00 1 00 1,00 1,00 awarded on Domestic Manufactures. Needle work 4c. Class N. Best ps wooli carpet e. da 2,00 2nd do do 1.00 Best ps rag carpet 10 yds 2.00 2nd do do 1,00 Best pair woolen blankets, 100 " flannel. 6 yards,- 1 ,00 " coverlet, 1.00 " stocking yarn. Gen. Far. " pVir stockings, (woolcnj) do " do mittens, do " bed Quilt. 2.00 '.0 2nd best bed quilts, 1,00 2.00 Rust, made dreHS 1 nil do shirt, O. cult. " ornamentall needle work, 1 ,00 " card basket Gen. Far. " bonnet 1,00 " straw or silk hat O. cul. " net-work Gen. Far. " fancy cap shell Rowers " wax do " worsted do " paper do " boqnet natural flowejs " drawings or paintings 2nd best do do Best rifle or shot gun Best cage of birds Best basket flowers " variety dahlias " green house plants " specimen of penmanship Discretionary premiums will be awarded on meritorious article not here enumerated. AWARDING COMMITTEE. Rev Jas A GoulJen Leonard Harrh Robert, McClave Geo. Y Hampson Rev A. Swaney Mrs Julge Pierce Mrs J unes Spears " Mrs 0 H Cornwell Salem 0, " Rebeeca Fishel " Joseph Cabls Mrs. A L Brewer New Lisbon Miss Ailaline Thompson " Samantha Legget " Hannah Roberts Rteub'-'nville " Catharine Hunter I " Belinda Snder Canton Wm McCo; John E Bas er. David M man W 11 - - , . - . . mm. r, v ontnliK on Fire Work. S. G. M- Kee Wm C Runion. J.mes Camming Dr J. M Todd, Prpmiums fT f,afjif. HOKSE BACK RIDING. That the Carroll county Agiiculura' soei. ty may worthily emulate, and ktei part with the neighboring socieiie of the kind, it has been deemed well, to give some encouragement lo the elegant and healthful exercise of Ridiso o Horseback. For this purpose several gen tlemen have-been pleased lo make liberal dona lions, to be used as premiums for excellence in Ridiro. These premium it i. true, might be made more costly if the spirited donors could suppose it in good taste to attempt to bribe the ladies into the support of the inti utions of our country. It is hoped, at !eat, that they may give great interest to the fair. It is proper to state further, that none of lha do funds of the sopiety will be, at the present, ap do plied to the object above indicated. The ure- miuraswill be m ile up, exclusively, of funds donated for the purpose. The board are hap py to enumerate the donations, and name the gentlemen alluded to as follows : A lady's saddle, elegantly 6nished, presented to ti e society by the young gertVmen of Car rollton, and manufactured by Messr. S & J. Sterling, saddle'and harness makers Carroll to"- 840,00 Mr. James Palton, proprietor of the "Patton House," Carrollton, a lady's elegantly finished riding bridle and martingale, manufactured by Mr. Wm. E Marquis, 815 00 Mr. W. S. James, proprietor of the Carroll Saloon, a beautiful ladies riding cap. 8 1 2,00 F. S. Cable, Esq , Editor ofthe "Ohio Picayune, a Lady's Fine Gold Pen aft, 810,00 Allen Green Esq Editor Carroll Free Press a fine gold rin.r 810,00 Mr. Isaac Ulman, Accountant, Carrollton, a fine gold ring, 88,00 Dr. Henry E, Hunter, a ladies riding whip. S6.00 A. S. Ramsey Esq, an el-gant copy ofS'iake speares works bound in morrocco gilt edged 85.00 Hon. J. Pearce, Carrollton, an elegant copy of Byron's works 84,00 Pr. iiiii.tiis. do do do Far. do do do do do Far. '50 '60 60 '53 '60 1.00 1,00 1,00 do do O. cult. 1.00 Dip. Gen. Fir. dip Cms. P. To the most skilful and graceful rider, an ele- do gantly finished ladies saddle, 840,00 1 .00 To the second best, a highly finished riding O. cult bridle and martingale. 816 00 do To the third best' a beautiful riding cap 812,00 Gen. Far. To the fourth best, a fine Gold Pencil, 810 00 To the fifth best, a splendid gold ring, 810.00 To the sixth best, a fine gold rirg, 88,00 To the seventh best a lady's fine v fin ished riding whip, 86,00 To the eighth best, an elegant popy of Shakspeare's Works, bound in Moroc co, gilt edged, 85.00 To the ninth best, an elegant copy of By ron's Works, 84.00 Co petition will be open to all (eipept ar-p It rfesion; 1) whether in or out of the oounty or State. Competitors will be required to pay one dollar 10 the treasurer, as an entering lee, have their names and residence entered at the office, and their number ai tached to their horses brittle. The committee will be required to determine their ow rds by ballot. A majority of all the votes cast being necessary to a decision. AWARDING ''OMMITTEE. Gen E R Ecklet, Chairman. Mrs Jane Bloom r, New York. " T. H. Ums'Rtetier, Pittsburgh. " A. W Loornis do " Swisshtlm do " J. G. Hussey, Cleveland bo re all meritorious articles not included in the list Awarding Com. Wm. Thompson, R J At kinson John Sterling Israel Wiant Robert Pat terson John F. Miller Dr J. S. Hunter Rev. E. N. Gilds John Reed John B Moody Agricultural Implements. &c. Class K. Best 2 horse wagon " plow for general purposes " shovel plow " harrow " cultivator " corn stalk and straw cutur " horse Rake wheat drill " I hal dog hoes " " axes jf " hay forks " gr bbing hoe ' ft doz rakes " ox yoke ' corn sheller 82,00 2,00 1,00 1,00 1.00 1,00 1,00 1,00 O ' culp. Gen. Far. grain cradle " corn planter " fanning mill " washing machine " churn " thrashing machine " wheel barrow Awarding Com. Cbu. J. Fionell Oliver 1,00 1,00 1,00 1,00 O, Cult. I (I 3.00 Gen. Far. Plowing Match Class O. For boys under 18 years of age. Best plowing with hors. s 3,00 2nd do do 2,00 3rd do do 1.00 Quantity acre not less than 6 in deep Time not to exceed one hour and a half Awarding Com. Robert McLaughlin sr. Divid Champer Matson Ayres Daniel Ward Wm. Woods Joseph fable Thomas Latta. boltttttorti 0olicitat0. CLASS O. To the person who will procure the largest list of members to the society accompanied with the annual fee. A beautifully bound copy of the "Western Farmer and Gardener" Second largest list a copy of the "Ohio cul tivator" for 1852. Third lsrgest list abound copy ofthe "Gen eeee Farmer" for 1 852 t Each list must exc ed fifteen names Awarding com Board of Managers. ommine on Floral Department. Mr. Robert 0 rosier ' Mrs R J Atkinson " H A. Stidger " 8. G. McKee " Sarau 1 H irsh " Geo. F. Kenedy " Wm. Me Gey " A. J. BeirjJeS, " R. Hanna, " Dr. Hanna " R. vinslow " Chas. North up ' C. Patrick, " H. Smith. " Col J Collier, J. Holton, " Geo W. MCook, Wm Manful John Russel, Miss Hannah Roberta " Martha Sterling, " M rtha Doyle ' Jane M' Kinney " Sarah Roberts " Jane Swkely Dorcas Manful " Bell Butler, Mrs. John Sterling, Dr Sto ffer Miss Ann Hu-iton, , Slingluff Mrs A T. Ready Miss ?e rah Epich " Mary Taggart " Mary Dewy " Mary Hatton Mrs- Jacob Heaton Miss Matha Edgington Mrs. C. H. Cornwell, " T. C. Boone, " J. G. Brooks Miss Harriet Weaver " Caroline Stanton, Mrs k. L. Brewer do do do do do do do Steubeuville. do do do do do do do do do do do do Canal Dover, do do do New Philadelphia, do Cadu do do Salem. Springfield. Salem, do do do do New Lisbon Mm S E Potter. Dr John MCook. W. B Irish. msn CUrk " H rriet Graham " J .ue Pritchard " MCok Mrs. D. Davis " Judge Keller. " Ja L'nderhiU, " I R Cecil " R R Gray " E R vnol U ' Dr R H MCJI " JGL-.'.r ' James B E,lep " Madiioi. R-vnolds " John PRx " Sil Rawton Mrs Belinda Snyd. r " Ada Harris " Jowphir.e Kinb.U " Henrietta Faber " Wildman Mrs Samuel Crosier " D McDonald Ber.j Way Mi s Mari!i. Su wart " Susan Gibboas " 0 Rephart " Campbell Mr C H Cornwell Jon, Rukenbrod " Henry Ambler " C Tonelinson " T C Boone " EJward Philipe S muel Watson Grn A L Brewer Jud'e Clark Dr John MCook Mr E Potter " W B Irish " John Mclymsnd " Jacob Harbaugh Dr Jason Arter Dr Dellenbaugh itri D Jarvii Nsw Lishuu. de de it do de do L do do WaynesburgW do Canoa JudtfS Kelley ames Underhill J R Cecil Dr R H MCall Mr J G Lester " James B Estep " M idiion Reynolds " John P Rex " Silas Rawson " Jseph Pool " John Lahim Hon Oen W Raff Mr R R Gray " E Reynolds " John Sterlini ' Thomas Moore " Geo Wilson " AT Ready Dr McMeal Dr A F Berklr Mr J Cassel " Geo McGuire " R Hatton Col Jamc Collier ' WR Lloyd " Geo W M Cook " M Roberta Mr J L Holton " Wm MCutcheom Dr L Harsh " S Rothacker Mr Wm Manful :, S W M'Dow.l " Geo Doyls " John Hull " John Collier " Fred Collier " Dan Kilgore " Ed Butler ' Geo Sinclair " J G Hussey " A J Beggea " R Hanna Dr Hanna Mr C Northup " C Patrick '. H Smith " T H Urastsetter " Hon A W Looruis "MB Bateman " SD Harris " W T Ba.com Dr J Lacy " James Wllt " N U Walker " Sam'l Crosier " D M'Donald Benjamin Way. do ! do do do do do Marlhorriugh W.H,vill. do do do do do do Sslea do do do do do New Lisboa do do do do do do do Sslinerille N Georgetew Msssiloa do do do Canton do do do do do It do do Wsynesburgh do Canal Dover New Philadelphia do do Canal Dover Cad La do do do Sttu ben villa do do dt do de do de do do do do do do do do Cleveland do do de do do do do Pittsburgh do Columbus do do Wellsville do do do de do S k J STFRLINli SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS, CAKKOLLTOW, 1 HIO. patton Valise, MAIN STREET, CARROLLTON, OHIO. Junes Pnlton Proprietor: PATTOH ITI AHQfJlS, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS, CarrelliAi, Ohio. WILLIAMSON S. JAMES, Con Pom ioner nnd Grocer, (One door east of the "Patton House.") CAEROLLTOy, OHIO. FIELDINU S. CABLE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OF THB And Plain and Fancy Job Printer, Grocery and Vurieiy lltore, OARROLLTOI', OHIO. Step in, Lad t at d Gentleman, and si Mr ISAAC ULMAN, the gentlemanly clerk. Dr. HE y RYE. HUXTER, Physician and Snrgeoo, C IBBOLLTO, OHIO. A. S. KOISF.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CARROLLTOW, OHIO. J OH, PElRtE, ATTORRKT AT LAW SOLICITOR IN CHAKCX1T, CARROLLTON, OHIO. hm re rd e- I u t. m . L f