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' "SUNBURT, SEPTEMBEIl' 12, 1873."" petals. Sbwinw Maciiinbs .and Cottaob Oboaws. A Caroline Dalius M the agent for the sale of the best Scylng Machines In existence. Tin 1 'The Improved' Grover Baker, end 'Domestic,' which nre constanttyltept on hand, end sold nt reasonable prices. She In aIbo agent for the idle of the celebrated 'Silver Tongue Organs,' and the . 'Bay Bute Organs,' nnd for the sale of the Fra'nti Popo Knitting Machine. Call and see them. Ofllco on Market street, east of the rail, road. Tnn Improved Grovbr Baker Skwiwo Ma enma. These celebrated lunchlncs are offered at the most reasonable rate. For pnrtlcnlnrs apply to . D. O. KUTZ, A (rent. Feb.22,'73.-ly. Upper Augusta township. Second nani (lunos for sale or rent at reason able rates. Inquire nt this office. .... i ,' . Don't pay two price-when you can petfoods nt a small profit. At" D. A. Finney's' id ore, Mftket street bot ontfirlcejirevalls, and floods of the best quality can tie purchased nt aston ishingly low prices. His stock consists of every variety ot Dry Goods,- Press Goods, Groceries, Notions, Boots and Shoes, and Jewelry. The assortment Is complete,' being selected with the greatest care. No charges. Are made to show geods In fact It Is a plearnre to Mr. Finney to how what a handsome stock; he hat on rtfind. Ladies and gentlemen "artfnvltcd to caff and make a full Sxatnlutfllon before bnylng-eJee-where. '"- s. Win. IT. MiLlbb, of the Excelsior Boot Shoe Store, Is astonishing 'aerytiody' with Ula.low prices ITe kcepl the 4est-iiinnufacturcd. ' His stock consists of the largest Tariety In central Pennsylvania.; Trunk and Valises of all sires, are for sale at Ills store. . m ii T. Sc&affkr, well knoTn ns a furnisher of elegantly JUtlng suits, takes the lead in merchant tailoring.- His stock of cloths and casslmeres nre not eiryolled anywkcra. "'The work made up at iris short Is fit fubbljintlal, and. warranted to Kive satisfaction:' ' JCdgb BocKkFH.i.KKI)ns been presiding at the courts of tMlnton county during the past week. - . John S.-Mahsh luifc Jii6tJi'turncd tmm tko city and isiofleriujr a. large stock of FaU-and Wluter clothing, lower tu price than lust season, beautiful stylos and makes, call and soo them El npson Building, Market Square, SiitibnrTj Pa. Joseph K. Siiaiip, Esq.", for many year an employee of tho Northcth Central railroad com pany, 11 ml for the pastfew years Supt. of the Susquehanna ami Shatuokln divisions of the above road, has tendered his resignation, nml has accepted a positien on tho Baltimore mid Potomac railrnud. Anotiibu tribe of Indians last week became extinct. Tt was iu Rhode Isluud. The Coron ers Jury, WLhlch "sot" on bis remains said whisky did it. Tub Upper Dauphin "Agricultural fair wilt be hold at Millcrsburg on Uie 10th, 17th, 1 St U and ltftU Inst. The Democratic Senatorial Conference met at Lewlsburgfon the 9lh just., and unanimously nominated tho lion. Andrew Dill, of Union county, as the candidate for the 17th district. Several of the emyloyecs on the Shamokln Valley Railroad, stopped work on account of having too hard a run. 6iucc the new arrange ments, two trips a day are made. Several smush-ups have occurred on that road lately. Piles of boxes containing Boots aud Shoes ar rived a few days ugo, at W. II. Miller's Excel sior store In Sunbury. Every variety, aud tons of Boots and Shoes may be found at the Excel siur. The best tnukc Iu the United Slates are sold at reasonable prices. Particular attention Is paid to the selecting of ladies' Shoes, ami the styles nre constantly arriving to keep up his Mammoth stock. Tiir professional card of Dr. C. M. Martiu, In another part of this paper hits becu changed, iu this issue. Asa physician the Doctor ranks aiming the highest, and needs no recommenda tion wherever he is kuown. Tiir Sheriff on Mouday disposed of the follow ing properties : Bethany Church iu Lewis twp., to John Knouf, lor (234. - Geo. Lyon,s properly, on Front street, Sun bnry, to W. C. Packer, for 4,101. !' Campbell property, WaUontown. Jo C. S. James. for250. Sunbury Lyceum loVtb J. Beasholtx for Tbb Union Park and Agricultural Association Fair at Sunbury, Is being talked about every where iu the county. The premium list Is pub lished iu another part of this paper, and It will be aeeu is the largest, and offers more inducements than auy yet published iu this part at the s.ats. The judges ol the different department will be published und furnished an the fair ground at the time of holding fair. ". Mbksus. H. C. Srasiioltz and J. KiTZ, are now engaged in erecting a Portable Saw Mill, with an engine of 30 horsepower, on the Uohr bach lot a few hundred yards above the Shamokln Dum. They intend to saw to order fur iudivl duals aud the boom company, until winter sets in, whi n tbey purpose to build a Steam Saw Mill, n Minb Accident. tin Monday, at the Bum- side colliery, Joel Dressier, a .laborer, was in stantly killed by a fall of top In the gangway. He was aged about 23 years, and leaves a wife. .4 1 Z 'T Au Inquest was held y Corner Husser an' veiaiei in aecoruaiice wnn tne uus, reuocrcu.-- Conookb Grapes. Wc are Indebted to Dr. Jos. Eyster for box of ace Concord grapes rais ed iu his vine yard in Upper Aum1 j?'?- Dr. Eyster has pknted a Urge viueard, and judging tbe specimen of ths first crop, be wilj he able to supply our market with as Ipe rrdpes nre raised In the Stats. The Doctor Is now sup plying many of tiurditlzeus with this, splendid fruit. Paid Orr The Judgment held by tfce Conuly airalust the Borough of Sunbury was paid In full on last week. Tbe Judgment wee obtained on the Borough authorities for the building of the new Court House, aud subsequently tried in the Sunreuie Court SI to U validity. The debt and (Merest amounted to nearly six thousand dollars En. T. DKCMUBI.IER, fcroprfotor of the City Hotel, has a new and beautifully finished amnl bms munlng from his betel to the depot on the rrtral of every train. It was mannfaeured by J. F. Lereh, of this place, aaeVIs a oe piece of workmanship. It Is very creditable to tbe builder as well as tbe proprietor. The CHj Hotel is first els house, and Its' guests nil agree that Druuihcller "knows how to Veen a hotel. . i ti-ahl to morning .cUB.-.- - - srapty coal tralo, ran luW to w wh- , imui.rt lonlo for patients recov- atn. rfnd' Wile ber lustanllf. " Io" (fif-ags I . . . Mher (ickoaMt H has no rcsuTtod to (te enclue of any ol the men 6 trMn. Siinseors war, Hirownfm lbs track! Bamcv is Coming. Bornnm, acknowledged to Ve the greatest showman In the world, will visit Sunbnry for .the first time next month.whcn he will exhibit his big show. Mr. Barnum has been on western tour, and It appears is drawing Immense rowdi everywhere." The following ex trnet from the Chicago Trllnmt of the 23d lint., will convey some idea how his show Is appreci ated In the West i bahnum's snow. . Baranm's Mg show continues to draw nf mense crowds tnmnlng afternoon and evening of each dnv. Everybody scams to have gone or ta bs rnlngi and the audience yesterday filled tbs scats to their utmost capacity. It may not bo generally known that there are two rings where performances tnko place simultaneously. The difficulty about It Is that It takes a cross-eyed man to take In both exhibitions at the same time. Still there Is diversity, and when the ob server set tlrad of looking at one, If It be possi ble to get tired, he Can relieve his mind by level ing his eyes on the other. The most rigid dlscl- 1llno seems to pervade the entire establishment, t runs with the precision of a well regulated machine. Every man U In his plana at tbe pro per Instant, and so Is every antral. There art no breaks or gaps ) everything works smooth and easy. The museum and menagerie are full of pcoplo from morning to nlgbt, and It takes hours to give the curiosities, living and dead, tbe careful study they deserve. The attendants are courteous and polite. To bo so is one of the qualifications required of tbsm before receiving an appointment. Tbey answer all questions civilly, and Impart much useful and Interesting knowledge. There is no such thing as profani ty or unbecoming language among the 600 em plovees. It is not allowed, and would be punish ed by Instant dismissal.. This Is right, and Mr. Barnum, In compelling decency in language and conduct among his attaches, has done much to cilcvato the standard of olrcus exhibitions. Thera wilf b but twrvdiiT (toots at the sJisw and thtrt flte cars f An.' will Weill: its way towards the BRsl.' tt'keraVsri It gt's : Believe It will bo io the representations made In the bills. In the meantime those who have not seen It should go whilo there Is yet tlme.i ' , . Violation or tub Market Ordisascb. Mr. nirntn DrtlsWs, of this place, was prosecated hist Week for vldiatflig (he Market UrdlniAiac In baying a load of melptsdurlnp market hflurs, for tho purpose .of i aJJlug thorn- lie was taken be fore Esquire Purse! and entered ball for a hcar lug to-day (Friday.) A fish and ham hawkef was ahx) arrested and lined for peddling goods daring market hours.' Theso parties werearlcst cd nt the instance of the market clerk, who Is de termined to enforce the Ordinance. It Is no more thau just toj put a stop to theso violations of the law, in order to protect both the producer and consumer. - If one is allowed to peddle through to wu while others aro compelled to remain in market until 0 o'clock, our mniketa will soon be ruined, and great Imposition would be the re sult. The market laws are liberul iu our opln. i on, jiLd we see no tiucessity for their violation. Those who attend market with a view of abiding by the law, should be fully protected from being imposed upon. P. T Baiim u to the Pibuc. A rumor originating with, and lujusiilouslyxlrciilales by unserupalous rtbowmcn--huriug g ilued some credence, that I would divide my Great Travel ing Exhibition oii leaving Boston, I beg to state that such an idcii bns never been entertained for a moment. The vat enterprise involving a cost or vnt million flrt hundred t Aotuuiid dullari is Ilia crowning event of my managerial life, and, all hough acting ugaiuat the ttU vice of ntuuy ex perienced showmen, 1 shall adhere to my deter-uiliiatioii-Utkeep the monster coinbiiMtiou intact during thstnlire s'eusou. The public's oliedient servaut, - - P. T. BAKNUM. P. T. Bahni-m to tub L'rnuc, KiUter AmtH tam In cunsequenet of tho Imaicose ttirougs that have crowded my' exhibitions daily siuce leaving New. York, thousands being Invariably turned away for want of room, I nm admonished that my Manager has made a mistake iu arrang ing for one day only In your city. As, however, we are advertised three months iu advance, it Is impossible to mnke any change at this late dty. In view of this, I would respectfully urge ladles, children, and all who can do so to attend the 10 a. ui. exhibitions, as those are rarely crowded, our performers aud animals are fresh, and the entertainments are iu every respect as full aud coinpletcte ns those in the ufteruoon or evening. Tbe public's obedicut servant, P. T. BAKNUM. Sckihnrh's Monthly. The' September num ber of this excellent monthly, is not only filled with useful and interesting Information, but it is illustrated on almost every page ith well execut ed cngiaviiiL'S. Arthur Boniilcaslle, an excellent serial, by Dr. Hollujid, the editor, which has been most justly 'commended by the Press, is drawing to a close. The secoud number of Bret Iluite's story, "An Episode of Flddletown," is continued in this number. "The C'ruUe among the Azores" is an article fully illustrated, us is also "Central Park, be sides a number of other interesting articles. Bouornii ArniT. Tho borough Auditors beg leave respectfully to represent that' they met at the store George B. Cudwullader, on tbe Cath and 2iltb days of AuKUtt, 1873, for the pur pot o of settling the account ofE. M. Bucher, Esq., late Borough Treasurer. Mr. Buclier was pre sent with his books and vouchers, and the set tlement of his acconnt U as follows i Date of last settlement, Oct. 20. 1H71. ,i; of offlre July 13, 1874 Ctt. Oct. 20, l$71, balance due him a' : per lust settlement Went ont '' l.i l.t (139 23 ..S,22S 29 July l'J, 1872 by poor orders cashed.. By bonds eushed , .5,200 09 By coupons nin orougU cashed. By commission, a per cent on..... 57 , ' . t- 461 6U 157 05 Total , fS,194 05 DR. l To cash and orders and coupons' ' ree'd from Collector ',833 10 To cash received from market... clerk as jo ens irom firs, punnet, two ; . years' rwit.; ii.'.- . . To cash from James Boyd, wharf rent for 1871 ......n...... To cash fioin Grant it liro.,.,.... 3 whurl rent for 1871 and 1873. To cash from Val. Diets, wharf (' I . reut w 1871 ond To coin froui ooiomon V caver, tu collector ,... 7,893 tl 300 24 alance due Treasurer JJ" .er. 8,m 0 - total.- , . ... th. orders ana t Your and msrked all tbe stubs but about I Miuiwmf. ana mrw . ?'500 worth of poor order stubs that could not ffrmI Te Inditors takt pleasure in saying . . Tl: n.'X.,, hnH tl his accounts In good J-a''- Bucher bad all his accounts good order j was PI " "T"0 retires irom mo umw . Auditors. .'.... Respectrut.youu.u. ; ! I , V P.,Cawa"- Oh-matloo of W. L. Dewart, 11 was Rad, That an order be drawu Jr of bsl .1.4 IaJp llr HP VW WU" " surer. AaopUd. iv .t. us a beautllUl.oil wnroiuo. .z ,v,. Vnniia from a ve- WJXZliCurt W Cap- : ., .....k rv;." nd "South Dome, Cloud's ReVotV. Merced River, the -Bridal Veil Fall."W many minor details beautiful in tberoseles wblcn we oav. ri; This Chromo was recenny r-Ti. 8. E.8UI TBS, publisher and proprietor of Wood s premium the pleiure may bs obtained b to the above Urm U briptiu M ID Di'lsllWf'W . .7 i mtA i annmmAnfl HIT nMTl II D niBis.iuu Chroma offered in this combination, aud add our hMitf aSoracracni so in paviwuer "r- for promptness sua isir aeiuis. T . a.o.tivi. noetta. Tudlcestlon Dtpresslon or Spirits aud generul Debility, in th.ir virion fs. Ferro-bospomt4 t llxtf ia I .f l?Ui md t Caswbll, Hasabb V2L" -i Yisv all drumrl., t. the best 70 oq 20 00 ' . ' ; , i - 1 . 800 00 tV e(,Ufti. retaken durig;rhe season It prevents fW SB sg olber mwrnnuen .cver. TnoDSAnns batr hxrw Cn anokti by the use of the Pcrnvlnn'Byrnp (a protoxide of Iron) from weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to strong, healthy and'b&ppy meu and women, and Invalids cannot reasonably hesitate to give It a trial. For Dyspepsia and Debility It Is a specific h "CAMPIIOKIKE" The Great Discovery for the Immediate relief ft Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, . Braises, Pains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, Inflammations, Bunions, Catarrh, Ac, Ac. It will not grease or stain, and for the toilet Is a luxury In every family. Thousands will and now testify to its great merits. Try K. Price per bottle 25 cents. REUBEN 1IOYT, Prop'r 303 Greenwich St., N. Y.ew. The Houitrhold raaarea, JtMr and Family Liniment Is the best remedy In the world for the following Complaints, via. t Cramps In the Limbs and Sto mach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels, or Side, Rheumatism in nil Its forms, Billions Colle.Neu rnlgln, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh Wounds, Burns, SoreThroat, Spinal Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chill and Fever. For Iitornal aud External use. i ' Its operation Is not only to relieve the patient, but entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penet rules and pervades the whole system, re storing healthy action to all its parts, and quick ening the blood. The IfeaNeJioltl Paaaeea la purely Vegetable and All Healing. Prepared by . CURTI8 its BROWN, No. 215 Fulton Street, New York. , For snlc by nil druggists. July 13, 1873. ly. Thirty Years' Experience ofaa Old r Itlrs Wlnalow'n Soothing ryrip fa the prencriptlon at one of tl heat Female Physicians and Nurses In the United States, and has been nsed for thirty years with never failing safety and success by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble Infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects scidlty of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and eomfort -to mother aud child. We believe it to be the Best and Unrest Remedy In the World, In nil esses of DYSEN TERY aud, DIARRIKF.A IN CHILDREN, whe ther it arises from Teething or from any other cause." Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None Genuine unless the fac-simllc of CURTIS & PERKINS Is on the outside wrap perr Sold by all Medicine dealers. Jnlv 12, 1878. lv. K7i"jii7"h ART I M rOfUee Vn Drug Store, Clement House Block, Office hours : from 11 n. iu., to 1 p. ni.,nd from 6 to 9 p. m., nt all other hours, when not Professionally en gaged can be found nt resld nco, corner of Fourth and Penn street, SUNBURY, PA. Fartlculnr attention given to surgical eases. Will visit Patients either In towu or country. Eistate of George Zerby Uee'd. NOTICF. Is hereby given that Letters of Ad ministration have been granted to the un dersigned, on the estate of George Zerby, late of Lower Mohanoy1 township, Northumberland county. Pa., deceased. All pcrsous knowing themsclcs Indebted to,sald estate are requested to make Immediate yaynient, uud those having claims to present them duly authenticated for settlement, . ' : - G. A. BOTDORF, Adra'r. Lower Mohanoy, Sept. 12. 6t. J a the Orphans' Court OF NORTH UMBERLAND COUNTY. EHtale of Nary Ann Ilonnd, dee'd. ' 6ur,Arittf Partition. a . , To Franklin Bound, William II. Bound, Julia, Intermarried with H. C. Slcudmau, M. D. of Miltliiiburg, Pa., Joseph B. Force and Phebe Force, of Milton. Pa., children and heirs nt law of Margarets Force, deceased, who was inter married with Munson A. Force, also deceased, and to all other heirs and legal representatives of the said Mary Ann Bound, deceased. Take Notice, That by vlrtuo of the above Writ of Partition to me directed, an Inquisition will he held upon tbe premises therein described, on Thursday October Sd, 1873, at 9 o'clock, a. tn., to ascertain and inquire among other things whether the said premises caa be parted aud di vided without prejudice to, or spoiling the whole thereof, or otherwise to value and appraise the same, when and where you may attend if you, sec proper. Respectfully, yours, 8. II. ROTHERMEL, Sh'ff. ShcrllTs Office, Bunbury, Bcpt. 5, 1873. tt. Execejtor'N Male of Heal Estate. WILL BE EXPOSED TO PUBLIC SALE, on the premises, in' Jordan township, Northumberland county, on Thursday, October 2d, 1&78, The following property to wit i All that valuable . i. . TRACT OF LAND situate In Jordan townsutp.Northumbcrland co., Pa., on tbe public road leading from George town to Klingerstowo, aud three miles from Untontown, Dauphin conuty. bouuded as fol lows i on the cast by lands of Geo. Wolf, on the west by lands of Moses Wert, on the south by lauds of William Eagle, on the north by lands of Gabriel Adams, containing 40 acres and 67 per ches, more oi less, wbereou Is -erected a FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, NEW BANK BARN, and all the necessary out-bulldlngs j a never failing spring of water- ucar the house an or chard with choice fruit, itc.. . . The land, nearly all cleared, and in an excel- f MeM.UUMr.tiH)ivtilon. Lute the property of ueury it inner, ueccuocu. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m. on said day, when tbe conditions will be made known by MICHAEL EM ERICH, jr.. '- Executor or tbe Estate of Henry Winner, dec. Jordan twp., Aug. 22, 1873. Executor' Notice. Estateof Ileury Wltir.er.late of Jordan tp, dec. OTICE Is hereby grven, that letters testi- tneutary have been granted to tbe under signed on the eolats of Henry Wltmcr, late of Jordan township, Northumberland county, Pa., deceased. All persous Indebted t auid estate, are requested to make Immediate ymcut, aud tbose having claims to present them for settle ment. ' The undersigned will be at the residence of tbe deceased on Thursday the 2d day of October, 1873, for the purpose of making final settlement with all parties who niay be unable le make set tlement before that time. MICHAEL EM ERICH, Jr., -.' i Executor. ' Jordan twp., Aug. 15, 1873. Worth aad lleanty "OT)'9 HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE TUB CBliOMO .. AVING voutroi,KMITi, CHROMO, nor. . . . r ttt T ItiA itiiiirtilflreDt OIL Offer a comoinaw"" "-.-,. .... -W. . work, not IuJ11.1 raWJ Thiti nn codt oi Its dimensions, WM, inakln(S ".picture ot ver, dcslrublo slse, in useu AN OB3IAMS.ni i grBuf fcwt2taSThl. besutiful Cbromo wl I J uut rcw ""vie oi iu ' " .nd tuosOl M aiiowuu vi i w will be suli t Hielr ACICAU aBTAII. FUICB, 8.00. t.it. it Ar In ennnectlsn with our Maea sine, both will be furntahe4 for fl J0. 1 Asa Premium the picture may be obtamJ dI sendine us la tob-HpOon, or 14 ilaaazUu t Sl.oo.ua, or by subscribing tor ids . two yaars to aavaucn, it - -----. WOOD'8 HOUEUOLD M AO A il Kewburgbuss, . 8. B. B110TE3, PublUher. . i , N E, Bent. S, 1873. , N. T. MEWlOKKAm1DPaiII niLLINKHl ' MlELPUIA SPRING BUMMER ' JtW-, TRIMMED JONNB ft if ATS. iBextenslvs ...1) UNTRIlpri - ortmeut of Bl. MllleaaVv Mlfla L ' Fancy Goods, now or f,ulen8r' WEIBBB'8 MILLINEIbTORE, ana opruig goods Is Uno.llv larss ' MIBS L. VStaiTD tocn Utiu bbcrllsfmoita A CJIood Chance Hr n Cook Stove I At J. H. REED'S STOVE AND TINWARE STORE, Third St, opposite the Central Hotel, Sunbury, ANY person purchasing goods to tho nnintint of 13 00 at letnll prices, for cash, will bo entitled ton Ticket, for the drawing of a first class No. 7. Cook Stove with all tho fixtures, valued nt (HO, warranted to give sati fact ion. Notice will be given pf the place and lime of drawing through the papers. t J. B. REED. Buubnry.July 18, 1873. ' ' ' '; " GENTS WANTED TO BELL OUR NEW Improved Clover Machine, Address ; B1RD8ELL MANUFACTURING CO., Oreencnstle, Franklin Co., Pn. Aug. 8, 1878. Smos. PREMIUM LIST . OF TUB FIRST ANNUAL FAIR OF THE Union Part &Airicultural Association, TO B BRt.n OM THMB ORIM'NIIS AT S -CT 3ST B TJ 1 "T , J?J.., Tuesday, AVcdncstlay, Thursday rind Friday, October 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, 1873. OFFICERS FOll 1873. President Sol. MaHck. .. Vice-rrcstdent Inn6 Camtibill. Treasurer Geo. 13. U.idwallatkr. Recording Secretary l'liilip II. Moore, CorrcBptmdiug Secretary Lent. . Ship man.' , Librarian Win. H. Sober. Marshal Jacob M. Follruer. EXECUTIVK COMMITTEE. Ixiwia John McFarlnnd. iHiluware Joseph Nicely, Jr. MeEwensville Wm. McNinch, Turbutvillo---U. II. Driesbach. Valsontown J. M. Follraer. Turbut Wm. 'Waldron. Milton J. II. McUormick, V. L. Ilack enburg. Chillisquaquo Wm. Forseman. f IV'ut Farnsworth ltced. Northumberland A. E. Kapp, Jr. Rush Edward (irmly. Riversido David Clitre. Upper Augusta 1. J. Overdorf. Shamokin twp. Sol. Martz. iower Augusta Elias Emmcrick. Zerbc Lyman S. Weaver. Cameron Ghas. H. lioyer.' Little Mahanoy II. 11. Dorr.site. Upper Mahanoy Joseph R. Maurcr. Jackson J. Galen Smith. Jordan Elias Shaefcr. Ixwer Mahanoy Augustus Wald. Coal John Downey. Bbamokin bor. Cant. A. Caldwell, Win. F. Roth. ML Carmel twp. John McElieco. ML Carmel bor J. S McWilliams. Washington Ilenry C. Fisher. Snydertown John Moore. Sunbury C. Neil, J. M. Bartholomew. Your committee to . whom was referred the duty of preparing Rules and Regula tions and a Premium List for the first An nual Eshibition.be to held October 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, .1873, respectfully report, we have made as liberal a Premium List as tho interest of the Society would warianl, and have selected tho awarding committees from the various sections of our county with great care. Wo kindly ask the sup port of our farmers, and all friends of tho Society, in thut and odjoiuiog qouutiea, to eive Ihir assistance, so we ruuko the exhi bition an enliro success. RULES AND REGULATIONS. ' 1st. Every Rule laid down iu the Pre mium Liat will be strictly adhered to, aud no exceptions whatever made. 2nd.-Coro petition is invited from all parts oi the State, and in Agricultural Imple ments from all tho States. 3rd. Eutries to compete for premiums, must bo made on or before Tuesday 10 o'clock, unless the weather should bo un favorable when tho privileges of the tirst day shall bo extended until 10 o'clock-; on Wednesday. No person whatever will be allowed to see entries uutil of tho awards ate made. 4th A premium may be awilrdcd to a meritorious article, though not enumerated in the list. Slh. Premiums not called for within thirty days after the uwurd, will be con sidered forfeited. 6th. As appeals fiom awards of com mittoea are not allowed, tbe committees will see the necessity of great care in rend ering their decisions. 7th. All qucstious respecting the trial of speed, shall be determined by the Judges, whose decision will bo govorned by the Rules of the National Trotting Associa tion', and bo final. Hlh. The party entering thorough bred stock, be required to furnish the committee with authentic pedigrees. 9eh. The age of a liorso shall bo com puted from the first day ol March of the year in which he was foaled. 10th. No disorderly conduct of any kind will be permitted. A police force will be upou the grouud, sutlicicnt to prevent the same, and seo all rules are observed. 11th. All Articles and Animals for Ex hibition must be propely entered nt the Business OQiee. The Grounds and Build ings will be opened on Monday, lit!) of Oc tober, to receive them ; aud trusty perspns employed by the Society will n8fiigu them places and guard tho Grounds. Nor cau anything be removed from the Grounds till Thursday afternoon, without written per mission from tbe President. 12th. Premiums awunled to persons residing out of the llornugh, will be paid immediately on the close of the Fair, at the Business OtHce on the Grounds, by tlie Treasurer, and those to residents of the lloroub, at his olllce, ou Monday and iuesday following the bxhimtioa, ou pro- untmnnt of h rjirl n.,ivi.l nt ..nl.rin.r GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS. The exhibition will open on Tuesday, V -.iober 7, 1873, and coutinuo Wednesday. The wjU , - eJ g Iock A. M., of each day, and at that time every efflcer is required to bo at his post. u o Stalls for horses apd cattle, aud pens for sheep and bogs, on exhibition, will bo furnished free of charge ; also, liajr and straw. Experienced hands will bo iu at tendance, to care for stock durimr the ab sence of tbe exhibitor. TICKETS. Family tickets of admission will ccst one dollar. Single tickets tivenl y-tlvo ceiits. INSTRUCTIONS TO COMMITTEES. 1. The committee will assemble for or ganisation on YVeducsday insruing at 10 o'clock, and imiueUiatety proceed to busi ness. Tbe President of the Society shall be tx-ofllcio Cbiarman of the Committees, OU up wacaaies, and decide all Uiepulud questions. 2. premium may be awarded to an article although there be no competition, it it be specially meritorious. 3. Ueports of committees must be made by Thursday morning at 12 o'clock. Tlie Judges are especially requested to be present for organisation at the appoint ed time, as the snccess of the exhibition depends very much upon their promptness. Tlie Judges of animals will Lave regard to the symmetry, early maturity, size and general qualities characteristic of the breeds which thr-y judge. They will make duo allowance for age, feeding and other circumstances on tho character and condi tion of tho animal. They will give en courngementto overfed Animals, nor award Premiums for Hulls. Cows or Heifers, which shall appear to have been fattened, tor uuiciiers ; (except lut uatue in uihrs ) tho object being to have suiwrior animals of this description for Breeding: PREMIUM LIST. CLASS 1. TnOBOUOII-BIlFD UOIISI'.S. Ret Ptnllloti kept Id the County, (15 Best Mure, ' 10 Beet Horse Colt, bctireen two end three years, 8 Host liorso Colt, between one and two years, 5 Best Bucking Coit, 8 CLASS 8. MOUSES Poll OENEIUI. ri'lllORES. Bct 8tnltlon over four yesrs, f 10 Bunt Stulllon under fouryenr, 8 Bent Horse Colt between two and tlircc, 6 Bnt HorPcColt between onetind two years, 6 Best Marc Colt between ono and two years, ft Bust Sucklnir Colt, 3 CATTLE DEPARTMENT. CLASS 1. nLOOKED CATTLE. Persons competing for premiums for Blooded Cuttle muft iircscn pedigrees or written guui en ters of purity of stof k, In each of the following named breeds, viz i Tlie Durhnni, (short born), Devon, Ayrshire, Aldurncy, Hereford and Hoi st cin t Uet Blooded Bull, 10 " Common " 8 " Blooded Cow, 8 " Common " 6 ' Blooded HcfTer, 6 " Common " . - " - 3 " Blooded Calf, 8 " Common " 1.50 WOHK oxbs, - Best yoke of Oxen, ' B Best lot fat Cuttle 3 or more, ' 5 HOUSE AND MULE DEPARTMENT. CLASS 2 HORSES. Stallion, Mara and Colt. For Iltavy Draught. Best Stallion, 4 yonrs old and upward, (30 lietit Stallion under 4 years, 8 Best Brood Marc, 10 Best Colt between 8 and 4 years, 0 Best Colt between 3 and 8 years, ft Best Colt under 1 year, S CLASS 8. Draught Hornet, Jack and ATulet. Best pair Draught Horses or Mares, . $10 Second best 5 Best Hinglo Draught Horse or Mare, ft Best Jack, 6 Best Team Mules, . 10 Best Jack Colt. 5 " Mulo " 8 CLASS 4. Stallion, Mart anil Colt. For Quick DratgM. Best Stallion 4 yenrs and upwards, (10 Best Stallion under 4 years, It) Best Brood Mare, 10 Best Colt between 2 and 3 years, 4 Best Colt between 1 aud 3 years, 3 Bcbt Colt under 1 year, 2 CLASS 5. . Jlfntched Hornet, Gelding and .Vara. Best pair Carrhieo Horses, Best for Single Harness, Best Saddle Horse or Marc, Fastest walking Saddlo Horse or Marc, t3?Trll of speed every day. Liberal (10 8 8 ft Prc- niiuins ollerud, und will be announced in another slicet.j SHEEP DEPARTMENT. CLASS G. 911 HHP. Fimd Wooled. For best Buck, Best Pen of Ewes, (not less than 3) Best Pen of Lnmbs, (not less than 4) Long Wooled. For best Buek, Best Pen of Ewes, (not less tlian 3) Bust Peu of Lambs, (not less than 4) Xative or 3fired Mood. For best Buck, Best Pen of Ewes, (not 1cb than 3) Best Pun of Lambs, (not less than 4) SWINE DEPARTMENT. CLASS ?. SWIMS', Large Brred. For best Boar orer 2 years old, Best Boar, 1 year old. Host breeding Sow over two years, Best breeding Sow, one year," Best pair Slioats, Best lot of Pi;:, not less limn four, under six months, Best Sow and Pips not less than six, POULTRY DEPARTMENT. CLASS 8. l'OVLTHT. Best Pair Turkeys, " " C.cese, " " Ducks. " " Came Clitokcns, or other variety, each pulr, fa " " Common " " collection of chickens not less than six, " coop of tunio Pigeous, 5 or more, " pair Pea Fow ls, " " Guinea " " Coop of Rabbits, " " " Maltese Cats, , CLASS 9. PLOW1SO MATCH. Best Plowmnn, " lies per, witU sclf-rakiuc and kindini; attuchmen, 8 Mowing aud Reaping Machine combined, 3 " Hca)er, Mower, " Sweep C Horse Power, . " four Horse power, " Railway, "-Threshing Machine, four hursc-power, " Supurator, 8 horse power, " Porlublo lluy pre, " Corn Slieller, liorso Power, " Clover Huller oud Cleaner, " Corn uud Cob Crusher, " Agricultural Boiler for slock, " Portable Steam Engluc for general pur poses, " Portable Steam Saw Mill, CLASS 10. t'AUX IMPLEMENTS. Best Fanning Mill, " Corn Stalk Cutter, " Huy and Straw Cutter, " Vegetable Culler, " Corn Cultivator, " (iniln Drill, "Small Seed Planter, for Horse, or Hum! Power, tor hills or drills, " Coin Planter, " t ultivutor for general purposes, " Broad cast Sower for Grain, " Roller for general use, " Hay-loadiug inaehlne for Held use, " Implement aud llxture for lifting hay or straw from wagon to mow, " Hay Tedder, or Machine for turning or spreading hay on tho Held, CLASS 11. FAHM IMPLEMENTS. Best Farm Wagon, (5 " Horse Cart for Farm, It " Ox Cart, S " Hay Rigging, 1 " Horns Rukc, .1 " Plow Gears, 1 " Wagon Harness for Farm, 'i " Carl Gears, ' 1 " Farm Saddle, 1 " Two-Horso Plow, 1 Bub soil, 1 " Gang Plow, 1 " Farm Chopping Mill, 8 " Stuuip Fxtruclor, 5 Wheel-Barrow, 1 Harrow, 1 M l.imu Spreader, 'i Road uud Track Scraper, 1 " llnaikug Muchlue horse-power, 4 Potato Digger, 1 " Machine lor cutting off aud shocking Corn lu ths Held, (llono 1'ower,) 5' CLASS l'J. FAHM AND UOl MEIKILD IMPLEMENTS. For best urrangemeuts for raising water, (I " Welgblug Machine for general purposes, 8 ' Portable Cider Mill and Press, 8 doxen Flour Barrels, " Variety of Cooper Work, 1 " Cow Milker, (other thau one hand,) 8 " Post hole digger, 1 " Best Churu, 1 m Sutler Workor, 1. " Clieese Press, 1 " 13 Milk Pans, 1 " Milk Biraiuer, - Washing Machine, 1 " Graiu Cradle, Sevthe Snatbe aud Bcyths,' 1 " 6 llaud Hakes, 1 " Hay Forks, 1 Aes, V 41 Manure Forlts',- 1 Long-Handled Shovels, 1 " bhurl Haulllcd thovcls,' 1 ' Spades, " Com linos, " Lot of Grain Mcnsnres, Lot of Wire lied Brooms, ' Lut of Twine llefl, Brooms, ' " U down Corn Baskets, (bushel) " Meal Clinpper, " Clothes Wrlnner, " Invention for securing the run of water In drains, a CLASS 18. MISCBLLAKROnS IMPLEMENTS AND SE IKTKHTIONS. Under this general head arc Included all new inventions, nud mnchlnery not ennnipratcd In any of the classes, and on which the yudges are authorised in theirdiscrctlon to award premiums or diplomas, or mukn honornbl mention. lFor Sewlna-and Knitting Machines and Musical Instruments, tho Managers offer no Premiums, but Invlle nil to exhibit, and let every machine stand on Its own merits. FA RM AND GARDEN PRODUCTIONS. CLASS 14. FLOUR, JHEAL, tillAIN. AND NEED. Best barrel family flour, 4 " " rye flour, , j " Corn-Menl, not less than 35 pounds, 1 " Buckwheat-Meal, not less than 25 pounds, o " Ono bushel white whcnl of any vnricly 1 " Ono bushel road wheat of any varictv. 2 . t . ...... 1 . ..1 nnji.. . it " K.ve, 1 " VellowC-irn, 1 " Whlto flint Corn. 1 " " (mis, 1 " " ' Unrlcy, 1 " " ( lover sced, j " " Timthv-sccd, 1 " " Buckwheat, 1 " sample newly Introduced eram, vnlunhlo - to the farmer, not less than one bushel 1 Grain and Seeds to bo measured and weighed by the Judges. B fLAg 13. vrnETAM.rti. Bert hu'licl potatoes, (Morcer.) Pi " " " . (l'lnk-t'ic) 1 " " Sweet Potatoes, 1 " " Potatoes auy other vnvlcty 1 " " Field Turnips, 1 " " RntaBagn, j " " iSugnr Beets, " peck Beets any other voi let v, 1 " " Carrots, 1 " " Onions, i " " Parsnips, x 5 best stalks of Celery, 1 nenrts nruiulitlnwcr, . 1 white table. Turnips, 1 heads of Cabbage, 1 heads Broccoli, 1 Tomatoes, and largest Sweet Pumpkins, 1 and largest Flelil 1 13 3 0 13 s Best purplo Egg Plant, 1 nan pceK t,inia Beans, 1 " Garden Sunshes, 1 " sample of newly Introduced Vegeta bles, valuable for the tnbio, 1 Mammoth Bijuasb, 1 cuss If). ritriTs: For the lnrgeft and best exhibition or Apples, correctly labeled and not less than 8 specimens of each 4 Best assorted basket or dish of Apples, 1 or Greatest number of choice vaiitics of Peaches, 4 of each variety, with tho nnme, g " assorted basket or dish of Peaches, 1 Largest nnd best varieties of Pears named and labeled, not less thuu 4 of each, 1 Best basket or dish of Pears, 1 " " " Quinces, 1 collection of Plums, 6 of each 1 " " " Grapes growu In the open air, 1 " of each distinct variety, 1 ' specimen of Musk Melons, 1 " basket of Fruit, of all kinds, 1 All fruits offered In compctiun must be growu by tlie. competitor. ChKSi 17. lil'TTEK, CHEESE, IIONEV, WINKS, CIUKil ANU L'ullllAL9. Best 1 lbs. Duller, (to " Clieess, i " " homemade. 1 5 lbs. Honey, 1 " Boe Hive, j " Decanter of Sorghum Syrup (not less than a quart,) in mle by I ho Exhibitor . 1 " Specimun of hoino-iuudo Whio, 1 " " Bounce, 1 " ' " Cordial 1 " Bottled Cider, with mode of curing so ns to Keep sweet one var, 1 " 6 lbs. dried fruit each kind, 1 " " Bologna Sausage, 1 " Wuter Cracker, CARRIAGE, LEATHER AND BTOVE DE PARTMENT. CLASS 18. TAHHIAGES AMI I.F.ATIIEK. Fthihitrd by the Manufacturer. Best two-horse pleasure Carriage, $5 one-horse Carriage, Bugy and Hunting Wagon each, 5 " two-horse Sleigh, ft " one-horse " 3 " double set Curriago Harness, 5 " Single set Carriage llurncus, ! ' Riding Saddle, 1 " " Bridle, 1 " Lot of Sole, Harness nnd Upper Leather, each, 1 " Lot of Call" Skins dressed, 1 A diploma may bo awarded for articles com ing w ithin this class, not euuiuuraUd above. CLANS l'J. STOVES. Best ('(Hiking stove for coal, (3 " Cooking stove for wood, S " Range lor families, 5 " Furuanec or other apparatus for warming houses, 5 Ornamental Parlor Stove, 3 " Sample Hollow Ware, 1 " Sample Iron Railing, 2 SILVER PLATED, STONE, CLASS AND O.UEENSWAUE. Best Exhibition of Jewelry uud Silverware (S " Exhibition or Table Cutlery, :i " Exhibition of Glisti ware, 2 ' Stt ut Chluunaic, 2 " Set of Stoneware, 2 " DUplny of Lamps, 1 " i ilor.cn Chairs, 1 " Set ol Cottage Furuiturc, 1 " " ChaiulKT " 1 " Displ .iy of Cabiiiet Ware, 1 " " "Ru.licWoik, 1 CLASS 20. HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, Cl.dllllNU, &C. Best display of Hats aud Cup', " Mado Coots, " " Paululoons, " Vest, " Boots and Shoes, For bust lot of Cigurj, .. it Tobacco, CLASS 21. PAIHTINGS, l SXMANsllir, Ac. Best display of Drawing Hiid Paintings, " display of reJics nud curiosities, . " Water Color Painting, " Craynu or Pinell Drawing, " Display of Photmriaplis, t'l Display of lleiillftry. Sign nnd Ornamental Painting, S " Display M-irhlu Work, " " ivnmaiistilp, ' (irannite or sand lone, woik, i " Card or laney Pilnting, 5 " Papjr Hangings, . 1 DO M ESTIC MA N L' FACTU R F.S, CLASS CAIIPF.T8, WOOL AND 1.INLS AllTICLSS Best display of Dry Goods, ' 14 yards' Woolen Curpeling, " n " Rag " Hearth Rug, " Double Coverlet, " Hinge " 10 yards home-made flannel, ' 10 yards Tabic Linen, " 10 yardi " Linen, " 10 yurd " Linen Dupcr, Best pouu I " Thread, " Pair Woolen blankets, bome-inadt', " Houie-madu hearth rug, " DtK)r rug, " Two lbs woollen yarji Lome-made, " Hiiiuc-mada sVuip, . (5 1 1 1 1 1 CLA'SS 93. Jt lLT, STtfCKISOS, AC,, ALL TO BE IIAND-WOItK. For best pslr Wooleu Knit Stockings, r.iucy piiir " ' " F01 best pair Woolen Kuit Half Hose " " Linen Knit Stockings, ' " Half Hose, " ' Woolen Milieus, " " Quilt, patchwork sl:k, ' Counterpane, " Delaiue Cjuilt-patch work, Calico guilt " Ctitf 24. W OUSTED WOUK. Best variety Worsted Work, " W or sod Cuair-eotU aud lack, " Ollouan Cover, Rtx-ef4ioo' Chair, " Sofa cusbloo, " Toilet cusblbu, " Sllpoers ou Cl.nh, ' ' ou Cauvas, (I li 9 a 4 3 1 1 " Worsted nnd Bead Woik, 1 " Lamp Mnts, 1 " Flower n Malsr . 1 " Carriage Afghan, (trocliel ) 3 " Infant's Afghan, 9 " Crochet Phnwl, 1 ." Crochet Tldv, i " Sola cushion " Knit Anglian, 1 " ' Rliawl, 8 Tidy, 9 " " SolH-cnrhion, '1 " Worked Tablo Cover, " " Piano . CLASS 25. MCSI.1N WOIIK. ; : Best 4rvt of Cotton Embroidery, f'J " ". Bilk, ' Ejnt)roldcrcd Yoke fof Night Dress, fl Braided and embroided Yoke for Night Dpr.s, 3 " Embioid'srcd bund aud sleeves of under garments , !) " Braided nnd cm'jioldcd baiul und sleeves of under garments, 9 Variety of Tatting, i " Tatted Sleeves oud Bnnd, , 1 " Variety Sewln Haehlne. work, 'J " Child's Dress, 3 " Piece of Tucking', I ' Cording, . 1, j " Child's dress, home-made, I " Collar nud Cuffs, " ' Shirt " f. " Embroidered Handkerchief, 5 " Display of Embroidery, . 1 cuss 20. FANCY. Best display of wax Rowers, (S " Display of wax fruit, K " Ornamental 8hell work, (5 " Display of bend work, 'J Largest aud best display of Fancy Work, ii Best Hair Flowers, !l " Seed work, 3 " Display of Millinery goods, 3 CLASS 27. CAKES, BKPAll, AC. . , Best home-made brfadj (1 " Baker's bread; 1 " Pound Cake, 1 " Sponge " 1 " Fruit " 1 " Jellv " " Lsdy " " Dover " i " Muilison " f- " Cold " 1 ' Silvrr " 1 " Oinger " 1 " Sngnr " ' 1 " Mocarooons, t " Jumbles, 1 " Biscuit, t " Rusk, i Best other fancy cake each kind, 1 " Display of Confectionery, 1 class 28. PHnsEiivns. . . Best preserved Strawberries, $1 " " Oulnces, 1 " 1'lums, I " " Pesehes, 1 " " Pears, 1 " " Pine Apples, I " " Tointitots, 1 " " t'rab Apples, 1 ' " t;iierrli-s, 1 ' Canned Fruit of eseh variety, 1 Best otiier preserves, ench kind, 1 CLASS . JSLLIKS. Best (Tumu.t Jelley, St " Ctuince " 1 11 Itsspberry" 1 " HUckberry ' 1 " Apple " 1 " Calf Foot ' 1 " Plum " 1 " Orje 1, All competors for Premiums in Classes 28 anil 29 are requested to exhibit uot less thau a lilf plut lu w hite glass. class 30,-ric xlks, fcc. , Best Apple Butter, . ' Peach ' 1 " IVar " 1 " Quince, " l " Pickled Cucumbers, t " " Pcpcrs t " " Tum.ntors, 1 " Cantrlopes, J ' " Waluuts, 1 " " Pvitclies, 1 "' " Plums, 1 " ' Mixed Pickles, 1 " Tomato Catsup, T " Walnut ' 1 ' Oysters, Pickled, 1 " Karaplo Cider VlnCRSr, 1 " Spiced fruit or vegetables each kind, 1 CLASS 'Jl. J-I.OVt BUS. Best collections of Flowers, owned by the poison present, ft" Orcstest variety of Dahlias, 1 Greatest variety of Hoses, Orestcst variety of Vvrbouas, L Best collection ofOarinnii Astors, 1 " and greatest varieties of Piui&Icb, 1 " eolleetion of Oreeuhuuse 1'lniits, owned by one person, f " I'lural Uraaiacnt, 1 " llamt-bottuft. 1 For the most bentlful arrnnirpd bsskct of flower.i, 1 Best llaniat? basket growing piHiils, V Best rustic stitud with growing plants, 1 CLASS S3. MISCELLASEOLS. Under this bind all articles of merit which hnvc not been .rovheJ for in any of the above cinsses wlil be entered in this class, ami referred to a eom mlttec to award such premiums as they mny think proper. RACING. 1st. DAT. no. 1. For Horses uuder 5 years, ownod In Nnrth'd, Co., thirty days prior loOet. 7th, 187.1, Purse (100. First Horse. (r, rVcoud Horse. (25 Third Horse, (10 Not less than .1 horses to enter, and 3 to start. PACINI! hack. no. 2. First Horse, f 3S. ' Second Horse, (15 Three to enter, and S start. 2nu. pay. no. ?,. For Horses owned In Northumberland, Union . Snyder und Dauphin counties; "1h no record better lliau ('.'ij. Purso (10 J. Fastest Heme., $100 S"Cond Horse, 35. Third Ilurse, (1? Five to enter, and S to start, III NMNCI UAI li. no. 4. rt use (50 Firht Horse, ("iii, Secoud lloisc, (1? Three to enter, i to start. kaciso. '-'i i.r. vO. 5. Doublo team trot, Purse f 75. t Best Team, (:C. Secoud Best Team, (25 Three to enter, 2 to start. The above teams to bu owned lu this county. 8bo. dat. no. tl. rrn"E (200. Open to nil Horses owned In Northumberland, L.111011, enyucr una uaupniu couulies. First Horse Second Horse Third Horse (125 (50. (35 Five to cuter, and S to start. Shd. day. no. 7. rtusE (75. 0x!n to all trotting Horses, 5 to to cuter, aud S to start. Best wa'klng Horse I Mile , Ladies' F.iiucntriimisin Foot P.aco 't inMe 3 to anter (10. Trenilum (10 l'reiuium (? CONDITIONS. All the above trotting races to be mile heats, best 3 in 5riu harness. F.ntrnn'ce Feo 10 per cent, of purse and must accompany iiomiuatilu in all cases. Entries must be made at the otf.. e of the Secretary by 10 o'clock, a. m., of each day. A horse distancing the Held, or a part thereof shall be entitled to I he tiist premium only. Heals In each day's races may bctrotied alter nately. . . . w The distance shall bo one Jiuitf red yards. A horse, will U')t be allowed toenmpeie for more thau out f roii:l"rrr, tr.ccpt in races Nos. 3, Cam'. 7. MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT. Best displav of Dry Gooods (WO " " " Groceries MM. " " " Boots and Shoes ftcX' " " " Jewelry ' " " "Clothing &oj " " " Millinery OooJi 500 " ' "Hardware 500 " " " Coufttiouary ram" " " " Drugs and Chemicals 6cH " ' Qmouware t !M0 ' 11 ii Ttiliacoo and Uigurs &L0 MUSICAL DEPARTMENT. Best Hand of Music. CiiC ' !ind Bcwt Bauds of Music '. (;i0 ' 8drtJ Best Bund of Music (10 Bauds to be present during the Fair are sub ject to the control ol the Chief Marshal. STEAM FIKE ENGINES. Best Steam Fire Engine, Premium. (2a - Engine throwing water the greatest d'stance through 1 i Inch uoxxel slia II le entitled to ths prcuuuiu., Exhibition at II o'cUnk, a. ru., Oct. Slh ou lbs Fair Grounls. v . . . . m'ilit'ahv. Best drilled and euipi I romfany of not less.' thau SO men. -renilulii. (2S Exercise and tacpcctUia at 10 o'cl V, a. 111. There will bo a Grand Military urtl FiriuaV. Parade at 10 o'clock, Oct. Mil.