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i mm . , . . s HOLLOWAY & OA VIS, Publisher.. J Be i and fer tet ulx ie ends tllo nimtat thy Country's thy Cod's and Truth s." TEJUCS01,9, Ilf ADTAX7C3. m m w- on m nn m Ai'irn B A n' (1 A "n"WTH.M. V 1 UU. U'j .U.V.O U'U iVt IN U- 1 3k JU 11 J ni. Ill U1V1LT;: V rV IV. Volume XXIV. LIST OF PREMIUMS AwmM tat thrMrtb AbbubI Puis-, ! the WtrM Cwnr Afrtcaltuml Mrirty, fcelrf I UlclisMsMad, n lite tutU, Jllh iind 8U lavy-a of (cplMbrr, f ; , v. ..-.CLASS A. NO. I. f nOKOCOB 1KKD CATTLE. .JMl'Ti!n, years ld .r ovrr, S. Meredith, 5.1 da Bali, 3 j'nuM bt over, Levi Druiy; ?1 4 An Bull. 3 Tun old or aver, I. i. P. S. Com- : ,1.. 1 A 1 1 umt '.alW years eld '.rover, David .rimes; Uaaiar,' iltor Cup. d do Bav 2 rer old or over, K. Baldridge; 3d do 1M, 2 years old or over, S&inul lK'iily, Criirni, ' Hcgt pi, 1 year old or over, J. M. Maxwell; "elling.oo,' J4 do Jr"r or ver, Alfred If urnt; jaj.Jenks, U S'u" ' 7 ol'l br over, Daniel Tetty; , . . Andtw, --' 'iRdll Calf, under 1 yiar. Hoi. Meredith; DayHgh,' : A jBall Calf, tinder I year, F V, Soeidur: ike : 1 6 1 2 i r' ... ivr. bol. M-jreJitb; 'Idy Albert, . i BHeilr, 2 yar, M, SA" , ,. 'UrTt Ur ' hjlrer I up. 4'Mary Ann,' J"i"''v" j d Hf'r, 2 yVM oil, I.. T. V a" !Jf'Mf , 'Adelaide, ,1,fe' CnP- V , T w - . o Heifer, 1 year old, Oeorgs navia'1,"... 5f jfL-Hifr 1 yer old. Levi l)ruly;'J'ien,'. . J!t Iluifrr Calf, uni';r 1 y-ar. S. liruly; 2 'Lady Wayne,' Diploout. 2 6 4 2 2d do HeifVr Caif, under 1 yftiir, U Davidston; Aiijerica,' M do Heifer C'aif, under 1 yen, S.1. Meredithj P.tlsey,'. Itwt hd Calve, oidT 1 year, frm any one bull 6rt preuiiutu 1ai l)ruly; 'Ora- gn,' 2d do do d S1. Mbrediili; 'Favorit, 3d do d'Ai do K. fialuride; 'Vans Tcnpout." CLASS A. NX). 2. N A T I V K A N U (i H A l K . Ileal Cow for beef- first promiuta - ('Yin. Hill, $4 24 do do do Jt. Bftldridif". 2 Bt Heifor, 2 yxar oil trt retnium -I.. T. Van HnboiiKKl. 2 Baat Heifer Calf, unicr 1 yuar first pr. miuui Hiraio Sulnnr, Vouatton Catt'.a. 24 do Ittifer Calf, nn.lor 1 ycur. 1). Htriv- bridge,.. Ind. Farmer. CLASS A. NO. 3. ' . IAT CATTLE. Beat Ft Bullonk 6rt i-uuimm ioo. Invid- oa; 4 And am,'. .....Silvor Cup, 2J do Fat Unllocli CMt premium M. Claw- ton....... 5 3d do i'atBullock, Levi iiruty, 'Oregon,'. , . . . , 3 iMit ter, 2 year old firt pr -tuinnj- Ueo. k PTidon: 'Wok,' 2d do Hteer, 2 ycr old, John M 1'axsor,.,.. ; 2U1 do &tfr, 2 years old, Hiraiu J-'ul-tor, Beft yeriio)r Steer, lint prciuiuuj tJuorge f lriditoD,. 2d 4o ' yearliog Kteor, Levi Druly, Beat ftteer ( alf Crt reuiiiui L. T. Vn- S-Joiah,. . . . .. 3l tfo fcteer Calf, OiH). Davidson, . .t . '. Uai ll Sffriwi. 8wt preiniana Hef-e lcn- . ?-v denhali, Diploma. CLASS A NO. 4. COW4 FOH DAIRY. First premium Sol. Meredith,. . . id do do Silver Cnp. Culemau'a Kup. Ag. CLASS B. NO. 1. . horses fob heavt craft. Bnet S!llion triit preniinm A. IMk- ington, Silver Cup. 2d d Stllioo, Jcob Funk 4j Best Htallion years old first premium Thoma MCoanaha, 5 2d do Stallion, 8 yenrr do., Jot. Jckon,. . Voaatt oa Horse, lletit Stallion 3 years old first premium IHniel Hart, 1 6 2d do Stalli m 2 years old, Xathn M.-ek,. . Vouatt on Horse. Best Stjvlliun, 1 year old firnt premium Curtis Fark, $3 2d do Stallion, I year old, TUoiuas Cook.. Vouatt on Iiorse. llest Broo.1 Mare, 4 years old and over first premium Itoht. Watt, $u 2d do Brood Mare, do Jsbes Il .tt, 4 Best Oelding Unit premium -A. 1'ilking- ton S 2d do 'ieldia?, A. I'ilkin;ton, 4 Best Filly, 2 yt-MS old first premium Jof.h Norman, 6 2d do Filly, da, John Shofer 4 do Filly 1 yi-ar old first pfi-miuin- I.aiah Branson f 2d do Filly, do, Isaiah Branson, 4 CLASS B NO. 2. HORSES FOR LlrtHT DRAFT. Btist Stallion 1st preiniuiu--L. Druly,. . Silver Cup. Si do do 2d do O. A C. Norman, ?j do do S yai-s old firet premiuiu Thomas M- Coniuiha, - 5 Seeod premium James H. Sot.tt, Vouatt on Horse. lies'' iilioo 2 years old first premium M. Madrid, da Stallion, 1 yenrold -first premium James M. Brown do - lirotsl Mare, 4 years old and ever firs premium Koltrt Watt. Second premium Levi Ihruly, Brst Filly, 3 years old f.n't premium San lord Hurst, do Filly, 1 vear old first premium Barton Wyatt Second premium J. 51. Brown, 'Morjrnn,' Beat Oeld.njf firat premium K. Watt,. . Secocd preciium -Sol. Meredith, $5 CLASS B. HORSES rOB NO. 3. SADDLE. Best Staiiion, 4 years old or over 1st preta. Ir. Weaver, Silver Cup. Seeood premium .1 a ras Whitoman.. j Best I'cldint;- fift prrmium Saml. 51.relith, 6 Seo.nd premium Wm. Haines, 4 Best LadiM Sftd He lLrsi', rodn hy a lady firt pretniutu Mn. J. K. B-,wetl, Set Teaspoons. CLASS B. NO. 4. HOBdCd FOR OEJTEIt AL rCRTOSE3. Best StaUiou, 4 rears old or over first prein. Sol. Merallth Silver Cap. Second premium (no award) , Best ttol-JinSrst prcm'-iiu Snm l Fgbsrt,. . id do Lewis Lurk 4 Best StalIioo,5 rear ol 1 firt pr.-minin i-'avid Ule......" 6 do Mre first premiam Wm. Clan n,. . . . 6 2d d G. Davulson.. . . 4 Jo Colt, 2 yaars oi l firT premium I. Harl 4 21 do do 2 do 21 da J. Weaver, 2 do OolV 1 ye.tr old 1st d T. H. Ccok, 4 do SuukiBi Cult, (h,f) first premiu.a Jes.se llooea,. 3 Second premiam Washington Wort . Yoaatt on aorse. iUt sacking CoU,'( mare, Wfirst premium tl. " :- Davidson $3 SoeonJ oremium David Cook,. .. . ..... .Vouatt onhorse. Best 8 Colts from one hors first premium James Wbiteman, (5 CLASS B NO. 5. MATCHED HORSES. Best pair roaU-hed carriage Horses first pre mium .Samuel Egbert, Dip. a ad & Second premium A. B. Claypool i. ..... 4 Best piar trotting (Iv-lding Iniu KiS HoadersoQ, Dip. and 6 Second premium Wui. CVausun 4 Bopaeiag gelding first premiam A. B. , . . ClaypooL ...Dip. and . Saoond premium James White,-- 4 CLASS C NO. 1. :'j v JACX8 A5TO MTIJES. 1 Beat Jack at any agsr first prvsai , jj Ball Calf, under 1 year. Charles Hill:. ... 2 Cow, 3 o'.i t.r oer, H M'Tlith; 'Whitfl-." - Silver Cup. icnVliVivw,6. l.vi.lw.n; !M'l ' 0 4 B Lrri ...... Dip. m hett. , . : Druly....... " 2 J ircuiuno Gieen 4 XorTiRn,. ....... ..v "Beit f ute 2 yir !3 ver &." preauui.1 Washington Wori.. ... 21 premium Jfci I'ntlT;.. Bt Mai, 1 yrar old first premium A. H. Rufcr, Iteot Sin king Mule i'tAt urt pretniam Juha Bin 2'1 reici Jin Jfvi i u!y CLASS I) "0. 1. 6lXh lUit B--r. I yr ul . -r tr - fit premium All f. VV ! ... Dip M 1 ' iB I ' .r-'i-H.r Bt Ii "rf I iei trt i r .m.iiUi 11. A K. II" 1 ' il pfensiu'. Jts ltry 8.1 4u J .! Wi.K. Iol. Hwt lirwdii:' S . 1 j" w. "i t. Mc-rclith, 2i pusinit'u. ". K. jI -jI. . M Jo j. Bt S.JW l'i nn.i-r 1 frmioM C. A. fi. !il pruuium-'"f. Ituri ......... . 21 d.i f. k h. H.h.1, Ir. l. IJt Sow anrf vu;kinic Srt rreiiuoui--C. and . II .o J, I 3 ; t t ar. l f 10 i 1 Farmer. U 3 2 ' I ! 2 I Farmer, j ! 1 CLAS D. NO. 2. hvrroLK a.mj middlkkx swi.ve. P-ir, 1 y.nr nlj or c v r, Crt premium; Suffo'k,' Joseph IVhi'.e Dip. prt'iuiutii: '.Suffolk,' Pol. Mf-r'lith, Hoar ur.l;r 1 year, Srxt preuiium. 'Mid- dtovez,' V. T. D'-i.r i Jrt-iiniiim, -X.ul-J'fliiOX.' Jiiei M. lirown,. do do Dau i '.'iark, Ind. br(wid.n r.w, fir.t !ireujjin; 'Sufi'clk.' Fol. M.:r.-dih Sow l'ijr ut.J-r 1 year, lir.t r.ri.uiiam; 'Mid.llew,' Ir.T C'lirk prciiiiuiu; iiidiiici-x,' M. I:rt-D,. . CLASS E NO. I. B!6t 2d Beat 3d 8d Bt 2d and tlO m Farmer. ft 8 2i F1HE WOOLEJ 91IE1P. Bent Buck of ar.y i, first premium; Jiiines HauiiuouJ, ft MIDDLE VrOOLED BIIKKP. Ilert Ka.jk cf uy ags, f r.'t prfiuinini.Iri'iiih Van Trump,. .?4 2d do d 'lw Boat Ewe of any fo, l.t du 2J do do 2d J Joseph Whitn, 2 . David Hale, 4. Ja mt Hammond, .. 2 LONO WOOtll) SHEBP. Hext Buck f any age, first premium, W Davidson,. . .$ t 'id do 'io 21 do Jam'9 Hhuiuk u I, 2 liet F, wo do lt do Jam J llamin.)nd, 4 2rl do do 2d do Joshua Dy, 2 FAT PHEEi'. Bout fat Wether, first premium, .Iaras liamnion J, 2d do do 2d do (Joore Davidson,. . . . llcst peu of 5 Wethers, firat .n miuui, iao. Davidson, til 2 . 6i BOUTHDOWN PHEEP. Boct Bu. k of ar.y ae, first proinium, Levi Druly, $i 21 do do 21 do .do 2 21 do do j J. A. Kaylor. (foreign, ) Dip. Bst En e of any age. first premium, feo. Davidson,. .. .4 2d do do 2d do Jos. Keu worthy,... . 2 CLASS I. NO. 1. POrLTRV. Best pair Shanghais, first premium, S. S. Williams, American i'oultry Yd. 2d pn mi tin, John Elderkin, Indiana Farmer. Best pair Folands, first preminm, J. Dy, American Poultry Vd. Bt pair Dorkings, first premium, ! Irvin Koed, American Poultry Vd. r Bust viir Cochin Chinas, tinstprem., rl. C. Meredith American Poultry Vd. Boat pair Bruuiah I'jotras, l-t. prem., . Wm. J. King American Poultry Yd. 2d premium, Joshua Dye, Indiana Farmer. Best pair Turkic.", first premium, S. Fryar, AmericanToultry Yd. tJ premium. H. MendvnbaiJ, ...... - iadiana Farmer. Bst pair it' Duoks, first premium, Henry Milker, ALaeriian 1 oultry 1-;. Zu premium, Joshua I'ye, tteotpair fiue.ne, frit pr'-irium, J. Dye, Best intir itiMinies, first premiuiyi, K. M,.rr;son, To Josua Dye fi r "sand bill Crai.e," Indiana Farmer. 5'cts. and Book. iOcts. and Bock. $1 and Book. CLASS H.NO !. BUTTER A It CHEESE. Best 10 !bs Butter, first premium, Mrs. Anna Meredith )t silver spoons. 2nd premium, Henry Hiatt, sugar tongs. Best 10 lhs Cheese, first premium, Henj. I'ierc", .set silver spoons. SCO AR AND HO.VET. Best 10 1t.s muple sugar, first premium. Henry Hiatt,. . . f 3 do 10 Ha honey, do Bon j . Fierce,. . . 3 CLASS J. NO. 1. FARMIJViS- TUOL. Best plow fer general purposes, first prem., Beard, Sinex and Dunn, 2nd premium, Jaeou Ueinheimer,. foreign) Best sod plow, first premium. D. S. Homey.. Best Michigan double plow, firs! premium. Beard, Sinex and Dui.n Best subsoil plow, first prem., Hrney A Co., do 2 horie do do do do do 1 dj do do do do do hsrrow, first premium, P.e.-uJ, Sinux A Dr.nn do Cultivate, first prom., Hornoy A Co. do grain In 11, do BiukleyAHei- dletaugh, do gr ii a era lie, first rnm., Saui'l inex, 21 premium. W. T. Dennis. i best foreign do corn fholier, firt premium, l"rd. $3, Dip. ; 9i Diploma. 21 2 I 4 2 Diploma. $2 2 2 silver cup. Sonex s Dunn straw cutter, first premium, F. B. Hunt, cider luiii, do Jo combined straw cutter and cider mill, first premium, F . Il Hunt,.. do do do REAPING ANt MOWtN'O MACHINES. i Best reaper, first prciu., 'Atkins Felf-Ilakcr,' j W.T. IVnnis silver cop. j L'.t Mowur, first premium, 'Mann's combined,' j Davis 5 1 THRESHING MACHINES Best Threshiu ' Machine, fir?' pr. miaui, F. W. Kobinsoii,. . , .silver cup. I 2nd premium, A. llarr ie Co. . . Dip. and 5 i Best corn crusher, fir.-: premium, J. K. Hoswell, do b'.'tiiiny mill. do do di do oolection of farming tocl?, Feanl, Sinex A Dunn - W. T. Dennis Best se-1 sower, irt premium, A. C Dill, Dipl.insa. Diploma, do do rLOWISCi MATCH. Dosi sj'svimen of plowing, 3 horses abreAst. George Hill. ( S. Horney Co. 's Plow. ) "dip., Farmer and $2 Best srooiinen of plowin . 2 horses abreast, H-iliister Turpenir.g, (S. Horney's Row, do do 2nd premiuia. do, B. Ncwbj-,(Lard, Sinex Jk Dunu's FIow.ji do do 3rd premium. Danl ewby, (Beard bin.x St Dunn's How, do do CLASS J NO. 1. HARNESS AND SADDLES. Bej-t cirri aire harness, first premium, S. li. A C. O. Wiggins a CO... $S do sin-ta harness, first premium, S. K. A CO. Wipprins A Co.,.. .. .. S do reak barn ess. tin. t premi am, Wm. Brady diploma. dj Saldte and bridle, first premium. Tt" Jiiam Brady, Ind. Farmer and f5 CLASS K. NO. 1. CARRIAGES AND BCGGIES. Best 3 h-.rs ".toiily carriage, Erst premium, Clay te .'tant 4 Co., ; : , do btigry, ft. t premiam, Morehouse - . Sirattea... silver cut. 1 ao rouij em 7, nrsi premium, u. s. - Strattet,. .. diploma and f 5 CLASS I.. NO. 1. WKm AND SHOES. Best pair coarse boots, first pceaaiam, Beck A Stonsbraker, ...Farmer aad fl do Bast pair fin shoes, fxaS prsaasVaaa, Beck StoneUaar.f ,,.....Iaia Farmer. RICHMOND, W AYNE COUNTY, IND., OCT. 13, 1854. CLASS M NO. 1. DOMESTIC MASCFACTCRSS. Eest ixiir w .len biscVtls, first ferriinni, Letitia it Knphttra Fou.'ie, $2 do Itl yard fi.untt, first premium, Mrs. Jue !":. i.-l- y 5 uj w.jolen carptt. first prt-m.,Leutia -En- phiu::t l"oulk: 2 do rag carpet, first r.-ni , Mrs UBiiry,... 3 2nd preminm, Mis Mariha Sulu-or Best hearth ru, first premiam, Hejen Suf- rairs, do pair wooleu sttkingi. Lrst premium. diploma. .Miss I ynttita Iryan,. . .book and do pair nyi'oii sooks, first f'" ''""n. MLss Sttrtha riLs..r, Jo 10 yds i.sb.e dis;-". fi't r.uiiiiua, Lm tit.ia Sc Eephemia F'ti' . . . do pat-h-work qjilt. f.rt r nnun, Mi- tha Fergus, a 2nd premium, Mar" a C . ' . .......... Io 2 wt Us pns d:4o-a. 3rd do lelen ufriiii .... d- 4'h do ?usn Ittn - r.r.i. . . . . ilrc-r thirnb'e. B?st work's collar, first pru i '.. ' wM.A. I Smith - l"k sod $1 . 2nd premiu.ti, Mrs Henry .... diploaa. Hest l.'hie cover, first i-mium, Mrs D. B. Abrahams, tea spoons - ' do i pec-i aire wurnteil wcra,Brsl premium. Sum Coonev, . . - . - ; ..boo! and f2. 2nd premiuiu, Sarah Jane N ooa Best s, imeii crochet work, firet rrmura 5liss M. A. Smith diploma! diploma. d. Sy:imoo of ottoman overt, nm prem. Mr.,. Honrv, diploma. do do do si et-uien bead work, first t?m , Mrs. Cro .book and 50e. embroidered ladie'scaps;, first premiun:, Mrs. J. W Dennis, Fiiiicii .f millinery, first premium, .Mr. Wouiman 2nd premium, Mrs. Hopperton Best plaiu bonnet, first prem., Mrs. Yates,, do sicimcn worsted worked shoes, first premium, Mrs. J. W. Danais, do tidv, Miss M. A. Smith diploma do Tho ubrs-gned, Committee on Fruif, (Class O. .N'. 1,) after earet at ,rj.tpe.'tion,nnd applying the bt testa in our pow er, ao award to (he several persons tamed below, as follows: 10 best varieties aritcrappl'ta. Dr. S. S, Boyd $3, Downing on fruit. 10 best varieties Autumn apples, Gar dner MetiJonhai! 3 do do Best single variety of niter apples, Dr. S . S U. vd, 1 Jo do B!t single variety winter nj r!.", Oar dner Men lei.h.ll, B'.st specimen of sweet applf, Oaxduer Mender hail, Best assf.rtrnen of apples, Dr. S. S. Boyd, 53 varieties,. Best assortment of autumn poar-., Gar dner Menleuha'.i, Bost assrirtmont winter pears. arJnor Meodv-nha)!, i no competition, Ecot ass.rtment f C-rapes, Gardner Menienhali, ... 1, Indiana Farnsr. j 1, do do I, Indiana Fanner 1, ludiana Farmer. 1, do do Best a.-sort.ncnt of peaches on a twig, 1). 1 . ttrave. ( no conioatmon. t i, ao ao Dr. s 9. Bovd presented o3 varieties of apples, most of tbem of exeedont quality, and iood tabling wintar fruit. His care ami industry are entiueu to mucu commea'iaii.m. w .W ths rre 4x1jnt an.1 varietv of nomoltrtrial production istry are entitled to much eommeBdation. and 1 . in our countv. The t'omaiittee slo brii.jr to tho spaetal notice of the so- t'omaiittee alt briiig to tho spaetal notice of the so- j a (tpaeimen of seedling Sweet Apple, exhibite.J by Lew- j jes.ntislargeaadjuieyianllU.uKhproperlyspe.ikin?,! ciety is Jones. an m reet. w iudire. ) But thev reevmrnend further attention to it aa one - 0 . - . 1 .1. . 1. of oar Host JruiCS oi too sweet apple f -ua: auu wo iuiuh tiio-t likely it will be foand supTi-r for eider, for apple bnttar, hv. They have named it 'Jones' Sweet.' JoBK S. NaWMAX, 8T.) Nichola3 Smith Committer. Charles H. Test, CLASS P. NO. 1. Best general salection of dowers, first pr l&iiam, J. Cohley, tt test sptKias. S-ond premhir John A . ebbor, ,A,bt SU(rar sh)rel Best anllection of flowtring shrubs, 1st prem , G.Mandenhali. . IC r,0?Ii:a"c La.'raTni" Best collection of Evergreens, first premmm, G . Mendenhall, Downing? l.amlscade Waraemne. Best specimen Gsnjro Oranfre plant, 1st prem., J. Hammond n Osnjro Oranfre plant, 1st prem., J. Hammond of Justitia &:?X?Zr?k Best specimt Dipl.. ma. CLASS R. NO. 1. COOPSRAOK AWD WOOOET WARE. Best oil barrel, first premium B arson !k 11 and Farmer. Evaun,. Best churn, first premium, S. D:.-kir.son,. . . d-j d. Best wooden pump, first prem. M. Wasson, $ t nous Best specimen of flour, first prem . Bourner, L.M . . .ft, and Iud. Farmer. CLASS T. NO. 1. FLACKSMITn AND IDAS TOOLS. Best pair, horse "hoes, 1st premium. J. llornar, 1 and Far Improvement on mill saws, . 1 . t otii:i best assortment f table cutlery, Hunter fc Marun, Diploma. liploma. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. n . . -. ...I... . K mn ai rrn rv&tntinir. first premium. Thonvw Newby, dip. aad f I do s. j"V?nen Mun.s.hroPiatic jaintings, first premium, A. 1 olts, i Ready-ma lo el thin?. A. M.Miller, dip'oma. Best panned door, first premium, Bain t 1 nn d'e ; nd t "Xhfir1" Ba'Tnndle' t spt-viruen domestic bread, first premium, d. b'.'e hive, Harrison Oarborn, do hrds.p. Mr. John 1 ouiey. diploma. . . .dip. acd tl d. corn brotims. ill 1am Knott,.... do display brushes, David w uson, do do tin ware, Lafevre k Underwood, do 1 do 1 do 2 do a do 2 do 1 do 1 diploma. 2 do do do do do do cooking stove, do do parijr ' do do do shop do do do tob st'-.ne, Morrison tc Son washing machine, T. A. Dujrdale Jisrlav "China. Ac, Allen A Khoades,... Wcrkmansh-y on plows, Beard, 5incx Dunn, ,1.) horsepower and seperatur, F. W. Robiasun a Best Da-u.-rre. t--pcs, J. K. lk?w 1 dip. asd I j diploma. - S diploma. 2 Self-opening ?ate.T. A. Iug la;e. . . . Patent breech-loading rifle. Dr. .Sewton,.. Machine castings. F. W. R..tinsor, Faperharginga, Joseph HoweU American silks, J. E. Jones, Ky., Painting on Velvet, Mrs. EL'iia A. Ernist, Chemical Tar, A. I'otts, Mole Traps, Sain" Mai well, I ni on Co.,. . . Bricks, Thomas Ederton, Hir wort f a-. S illiams diploma, tl .Wk and 1 do Miss Hariett Dickinson, .silv'rthioiUe Artificial Sowers, first premium, Cara Wil liams : bxd. and fl 2d premium. Mrs. Wm . Sinex, diploma. Wax flowers, Mary Dye do Ornamental shell work, Martha Sultsor, boodand $1 We. the nndersiirced, having examined S. C. Mendcn kall's Basins: Imm, for weaving seamless bags, which was exhibited at the Wayne eo.,Fa:r, believe that the simplicity of its construction.' and the facility with which i: can be changed to weave bax' of varir.as dimensions, or other fab-rk-s, would r!ommend it to the favorable consideration of the pubtii, and express the opinion that it richly deserves a premium of a silver mp and 19. Lkvtncs Enro, Nicholas Hcdsos. Isaac E. Jones. Joh-W. Jones. SWEEPSTAKES. cattle. Best bull of any age Sol Meredith . do cow da ...George Davidson. f ROlIll Beat stallion of any age, do mare, do .Meredith Caldwell. .John Orr, 8 H Ilf. Befthnck cf aey age,. ....Joha A. Kaylor. BOOS. Beat hoar of aay age, do sow. d 8. Hood. Meredith... Antama Apple, yet will most likely keep until mid-wm- liotieraam, ana oeing iresa irom v acerioo, l na- ..... rf .- ' .-i . 1 j 4 ' - . i i r i c - 1 . :r, or louor. Ihoorum.tta could not adjudge it the pre- . taraJy wisltd to "Stn'.gllten" thevariOUS relics, nomas the best -weet apple, ( m they think the Rroudwell J - . . . inl. l,v (l.r.l,-r M..n.l.,nl,al . u far as thev can clo., hukl ". ui "y Vegetables. jr. awatc.. half bashel, E. B. Speaeor, 2 and Farmer. c Jll- do , Hanosii Thorns I do K uWth tf u a-re A. W. testa.. vr i i etta., David Vestal, $2 and Farmer. 1 d,. 1 do 1 do ... 1 do Onions. J. , T.mata,;;'rTr-r''""'- . Whit.... tf. a jsrj. .fyegatsl.c-s, JohnCouley, tea S.ns. arietr of ;Ji!SJ Martha Ssiitser,. . . 1 and Fa-mer. Kpg pat,ohn J. Ooulev 1 do t ucoiebtrs, do " 1 dy I reserredhw., H. Eitzel 1 d f;.k.a io u ! Jo -lre.JT Huddiet..o 1 d tfci Tjll iWa earw rf r.f t rrm ti rra . Amf PT- ' tb y t-tso with wbi lt r Ka3 Tn-eo -;ien mast be : 1 k'W ftt i! ito&acuracie. Urrors will be ocrrx--eU vriih vr rp V D. P. HOLLOWAY, President. . T. 1 tSft,B Stc'jr. Frjm the AUncn. THE EVUNT3 OP A WIGHT. A iiea'M&rtio L.uther, c tivTsinf with atnt'TiJ, j walked in the fiell at Eiselben, and suddenly be- held tho partner of his thoughts struck t earth by iihtng a 1iti1 corpse, what weie I, is ' feeliiijs! Or, how- excised was the r.iind of Michael An i!o, wheu, in his silent chamber of the Medici t'i ! nuosi:u, he pursued his immortal labours at d;'l ria ! mitlnigbt,' win.gj).ued coffins nnd ghastly mor ' j,, ' tal remains aroutid him, to assist tl.e workings of diploma. ; 1 is rinius! You hat e read, moreover, of tho Ilebri Jean fisherwiio descended a horrible preciple in se arch oi cngtc o vgs, mm, t w 1:115 1 i'i:u. atr, ! attacked jy tne enraged birds a thnihng 1 cumsuirce '.vhich blanched his dark locks. . deprived Lira, for a time, of reason, j liut yo". have never heard the story of that i nujlii; and 'none eavp I ctti tell it. Gve m then, ! Tour best aUeittion., fend do not doubt me, 1 r I ! do n t dovi rnyself. I lad u.ken supper and f-und pleasure in ii. Amiable 'w.l-h the hnely-flav ored coli'-je, and fro.-h Finnon haddocks, I rang my beTl. "Now, Lifid- 1 . m j lady," I' s.acJ, "suppose I turn in. 1 nv. I was rather cold, last niirht. And by the If you would vo me aitlf:r Wanket I'd thank vuu." I "Eh! ve, sir; ye'll no fash m-!" I And good MistrPF.- Wdion departed. Siie wa j a kind Scotch soul, and t hero fore I had not hesi ! tated to orefei my renuet. Presently she told me all wasteady. I took my candlestick, bade I heT rrood Iliyht, and in a St'Condwa-s in mv cham- , I " Before iuTTVm;r into bed. studiously arran- several flttle articles which I 1 ,0V' . T lA lot-Tv Arrtvprl mV rambieS- I had .ately arm ed had collected in at Leith from WiLoa had loaned me a drawer, and business began. The chesnuts from Hougoniont, the French ergles, the views of La Ilaye Sainle, Mont St .earn La Montatrne du Lion, etc., were severally placed in my drawer, together with sruide-bsx-ka, pocket compass, andotnere catera. "aVa$ 11 to bedl" with that thought my outer sbgll ra4 speedily cast off. I did my de yotionsiisend turned off the gas. -The next mo mrP.t, t pt trfsibd. , jjgew e siee;, euterest muaness, feme, Exquis4t warm sheet! I plunged my feet down ! into their reCCSSeS. IfoW delicious! llOW What could, it be my . " J 1 ligllt loo- cuwuuwiru; x 10z.cn iiii inputs 1101- ror 1 spKUf trom the bed. My brain positively j ror I spKng from the bed. My ! -bitledW teeth chatteied-but ut not with ccif. ' Cold' O, I would rather step upo.i an iceberg, j than again experience the thrhl whicii I then en- dured. There was some object in the bed. A j ru 'e grasp, a secret jobber, would have chilled j me less. Its mysterious feci was not of itught I human! i Momentary relapseinto a despc rate mvl, and ; my spirit sail within ie, "Get in again, and kick i it out!"' j Kick out what? Searching in the darl, I at last found a chair. My next thought was U examine my foot. No! J it was not lactrated not even scratched. True, f I had not at themomon' experienced a sense cf ' pain; but fo horrible a surprise would not allow of it. Mental excitement often deadens physical i suffering. 1 ot, as 1 Luieved, there was nr. tacr ! ation. I could not defect the flow of bl jo J; and, ! though in the dark, I ciuld have feit th.s. With hands clasped on my forehead, 1 strive j to fin. I contact? V cat were rr.y best reeolieetions 01 t.ie I remembered that the left fot had touched nothing, but as the leg went down il re- I ceivtd a aenlle rub. I recollected also, that the ?! sole of mv right foot had been vUiie-d w'th the j filing of" hot breath, as though it ve the breath ot an animal. UlH tiita H ra no. iouci.eu any t.va.K ah f 11 voir a ta o tn A t (nu riAi n t 1 m nrf s;- ed Willi a dread of the supernatural, I removed ..... . . i mv cnair to tne most remote corner 01 ine room, and there pursued my train of reflection. Was it a sleeping eat? Entangled in one the sheets, iu fur might have been covered. called to mind mAny instances of cats which, the warmth, had crept into beds. Still, una rudely aroused would have extended its claws; and I had been wounded? Not to the best of my btlieL la i,L nrst place, I was confident that the plunge of my feet would have awakened such an animal. Its impulse then would be to bound a- ... r .... way. tiut no movement apparent to tne ear naa taken prac1. On iL other hand 1 the There were two marned ladies staying at 1 houic. One of them had a s'nail baby. Her 1 e .-isw-a- r -i f m I .$ , ct r ViJiisj-. i,r i-.ma I t -fc sM.nf itf ?t.i 1 aut Uiaiu iia.i avttx v i ij huja w ttaw -ua is- ciotis infant to bed. I had heard this through my open door at the moment when supper was ser ved. Bo fore taking supper, I bad accidentally caught a glimpse of the servant girl en route to her mis tress apartment, and her physiognomy caused me to think her a stupid, blundering lass. Now, how easily miuht a mistake have occurred! The stupidity or forgetfuiness of the moment might have led her to place the little baby in tie wrong bed. Its mamma slept in the chamber next to mine; bow facile, then, to open the wrong door! Certainly, I had not felt anything of the sh or substance of a badr. But. in that bom.'' moment my mind had been completely unhinged; and could I now tety what 1 had lelt: Tkovjht beats the electric telegraph. Theso reflections occurred in less time than I take tc narrate them. My first vague horror had given way to a feel ing of calm frighl. By this time my body was benumbed, for in bne's shirt - the cold strikes in with efiest. Huddling myself together and still 'impress ed by the supernatural I resumed rr.y chain of analysis. Thus, for some minutes, but you shall not be troubled with more detail After turning over every horrible probability, and ganc Lng in the dark towards the bed (as I believed,) so ?- --7 . mt j I went into nw committee (all aaone) cn 'ways "and Chhal aaitr into thorn boigbted i laadsT, j and means what to do! whe psxph would U Uag-bt by tho nunors of j Shc-a;d I awakf n tae landlady? Bj no means: j this war to fear and respect tive am of ciTtiira- i even ihouifti the cireumsutnees warranted it, I j tion." Thisde ..,',4 ... . r-.-. .1,, i. . it ,u , .vi.ci uiv I.UHV1, iviu iriu '.ns puipit, ana waj tn result OtA IiMUHie .you, a adtnrh;ht uooecdod: and I feh that 'study of the prophecies of the Bible! Th war fearful as was rhe jviuon I would have to brave j then uathougfct of is now fjeguu, and th agd !kx?r; , , , . . 1 preacher always sid the Wern'powftft- -oold No! I wouid light the gas and look! j be victorious that the teeth of th grtat Bear I Slowly I quitted my chair, but at this mo-; would be forever brolten. and with them the row ; ment a stratijje, unearthly, hissing souud came :ers of the Pope. We beard thi same man pre from the K-d. Ir n,.ght be the biSMng of a ser-idlct th Mexioaa war Tears before it btm, and pent, (ar.d Mr. lion ww. 1 had heard, an teli what itend would'be. He also predicted the j aiiiitteur collector of such creatures,) or the sup- ' great f.re of '45 ia Pittsburg, aad we incline to ; pressed brt.-ad.iujr. of a do. Il was a sound as j thiak hia gift of seond siAt was more reliable : thou git blxd were letting. Saiut liarthulouiew, j than that of the maker of this old statute, and I flayed to death as thou wast! how my hair suA j that the Russians will noi be masters of Con ? tan -'upasl thought of sickening passages in Irani-1 ti nop!. From the first word about proposed ; estien! Shkin- with the paisy. as it seemed, I hostilitiea between Ruasia and Turkey, ahava , to'.t-rod to my .-hair. , , . ! b.n in tio Iiabi: of filing our friends to buy i But something be done! .Screwing up ; their flour, f.r it would be ti5 or tM ner liar ! my coura-e to the sUvkiug point, aud murmur-1 I .-0 yer, l aam rose, iuuna uiy iivux-is, . m t . . . ... . ; atiu ftarchiu iv iu l..t- tf i'n a a smoli'T. I invanablv earrv. ) rrves It wa barren! r.oi a isinv 1 i.leh remained! U .,- spacious landing, and to reach the was an ear.y thought. Ihe tire woiud kitchen tain what I requ'icd. Mrs. V !,...il.si . c 1 . 1 it.;. iLuian cod rvspajer (which 1 had put into the c rawer ioant-o. inc. as mt-ntioned, ) w .uid do. C-Hild not I carrv it ttiazmir Horn Uie k-.teiicn em i trtat, attsr tae mailer ol others whom 1 know, she slept- with hrr dour ajar! 1 felt ;rmy cane, ! f 10 m 1 1 vi jrt .u in o n t . f!,..r..,- Ttia.TWio-r.f-' Vt f 7 6 Desperate. I thought of -1 .i 1 . ...,. v Tt s:nk.. no; me coverM nnui iiai orneri movea. But i , supp-)- 't were an imant! Aii! I coula pass my . cane Lr tiuv over trie -suriace, ana ao no harm. 1. surface, and do no harm. j I approached the bed, and did so. , i ;it rae, starting back, my summoned resolution lef i mn, 1 jiu, uiai ine oiect was siui ineret ; lev. , , . ..t T 1 . . T .l ...e . . nn a Dealing itwtrt. i dressed mvseli a l could; c,. e,.uii...,.,v .n-oHc my v w iirc5iiuii--iwiii) I.,,- 1 ,.-,1 ,1 r it . urj .-tu., mm uicw tii.r ivsttwov;i iue. j rora time 1 wts unaLie to sleep: my nerves were too much strained; at length 1 dropped ofT 1 into an uneasy slumber. The clock of an adjacent church struck four. I awoke. Morning had come; golden and silver i rays wo.e flashing through the crevices of the shutters. I arose with a memory of last night's I occurrences thook mystdf, and (reassured by ! the day) proceeded to my chamber. I was not at ease when 1 entered. I stopped 1 on the threshold. but at last I slowly went in. . With bated breath I approached the bed. Oh! shall Iver erase from memory that revelation? Ghost! vampire! monsters mis-shapen, and , creatures charirtd to freeze the blood! No mar- -j vel that 1 had thought of ye! Mr terror had been acutely excited; my nerves ' awfully startled; and 1 discovered the cause at the : bottom of the bed, in the shape of a "foot-bot tle!' ' Mrs. Wilson, pray for the future inform r guests when you give tlim a bedfellow. i . i fc .. ,. ch a bad conscience or aJtive imagination can ; your i which injure into a frightful and mysteriofes monster. Woman's Love A Scene from Real Iife. There is many a life scene more touching, more I worthy of immortallify, than the deeds of con ' (iuerors, or the heroes of history. The following from he St. Lcuis Republican, is one: v e saw, illustration r,ays the editor, last t-veninar an at)t t!.e atiection ot woman. A poor A l. Tr r rj.v... l. . , Q rr-i . . ; - i. v 1 ,, , j S t aiarieiia sx-minary. 1 can do. and love to do all 01 the Lirhi would arouse the s!eetiers; and then, 1 r.,BrMr .f K-i 1 t u 110, u . & . . 1 . , t1 , , raanner of house-work, from rnakine cies and ie 1 & . 1 r . 1 i oiii. l . lie n ai ueii: 1 11. i' nn .r - c.r- ii-r mv'ii fu.irrifti i;iuy vn, l iiita liewra airs. 1 v.-.,,,! ,.v: u- . r St.. . ; , ,-;. .... r ..r.i ,r Z 1 1 .-1. .i breta 10 washing shirts; lean do all kinds of iuebria'ed wret.h had been uken to the calla-1 !n"1-', anJ in cniel auractfin ha twen the Ba boose. JIiconduct in the sheet, and after he I b Sho"- 'uch Convention of Babies of two vv as placed in the cell, was of such a violent handcuff him. character it became nccsvarv to The demon rum had passion of his very soul. and he irate vent hi.-5 ravines m curses so pro- ners, one of whom, in the same cell, at his own solicitation, wis j -laced in a seper' apatfment wom'ar. at the grating, and in her hands she ' finestchi'' two. J?n M wuiert was an ek-nvl- tea v. upon which were placed some ! Knt Te -x't wltl-; Ki''er vluwl at three hundred A w had a rud- tray, upon which were r piet-.-s .f breai, fresh fr'im the hearth -stone, and frm the hearth -stone, and f t 111 other little deli Sh t.od at acie.i, lor ucr ernn r.usband. th bar, irasinf "iutentlv into th ti.fk gloim where her manacled companion: . - .n-u.uunuuw,,.,.. ""WHrm wildly ra-.'e 1. H-r voice was low and sou, and premmni was a I arenan Marble Group, repre hs she called bis name, its utterance was as plain- ! 6uUn? Cbr,st hleasua- little children. The lint live as the melody of a fond and crushed spirit. ; Premium was awarded to Mrs Wm. Comner, of Tho tears .streamed from her eves, and there, in j J 'f'"na' Clark county, Ohio; the second to Mrs. ,v,.i.,b ri-.,.. ,.f fh m,t rt.U McDowell, of Cincinnati; the third to Mrs. Ar- . . 1 . ' . 1 . " . . . onlvasman can weep. And though the iroI1 band, still bound his wrist, be placet? bis bands with their heavy insignia f dLredation. confi- prepared witn ner own nanus, aii'i siwr tie au finished, she rose to depart, telling him to be calm & resined for her sake with the assurance that she would bring a friend to go on his bond, and that i she would Then take him home. And she left him, a strong man with his bead drooping upon bis breast, a very coward humihated b-tore tie i 1 . weaaanu waueriuj, u and der.raved. the Unes 01 her voice found their watr int., that, errln ; man's heart, and 1,- knelt in ; llnry "owe, of Cincinnati. sorrow and k-ti-e "before his vun- and injured I !vTh U.M5,r thers, were in wif.. wv.il., bis t,..vt f,v.ir.d rr-'lu-f if. t. , .. h L lollowing letUr from k anny r dinirW and aflectionatelv upon tne brow of bu , of fairVomnanion and exclaimed. 'Katy, I wDI try lt V.?TnUwn 1 T ftnd hp Wcr man.' Then, upon a rude seat, i nai m7 PP1 c .i..l.j.i ,ui,mi l.iit a :mit ot my leayiEj? ew c . ... . r. v 1.. j ! delight me more than to nsit True to the instincu of he, love and promise, ,imseU15fc" 'rfi, Jf'f- V j j . -, .u.;i,;, Lf-,!rr hosr could Ichoo" I anoaid turn iroea she did return witn one who signed his bond for , ) . . f his appearance next mormng-with his hand, Clasped in uiatoi niove.y wne. au - way a penitent, and wUu ' . Th . .-k Vj-wt7ta whn I-arirrKaV.'l slal thi.t Taift. auo.c -c. r-"r .Ti "J r; met-e woman, tea uu iitt mu iiajuauu., she heeded them not, and her self-sacraScing heart knw or cared for nothing n its holy and beavea-born instmcts, but to preserve and pro- tect him whom she loved with all the devotion of ; a woman Mrs. Swiaahalm on tha War. Mrs. Swisshelm, writing about some predtc tiona in. reference to tlie Eastern war, makes the i following remarks. Dr. Wilson, of whom she 1 speaks, was a learned and worthy man, who ner- s r 1 .1 ; . waa "Six years aaro we heard Rev. Dr. Wilson, 1 er spoke from mere impulse or enthusiasm, bu always from deliberate and intelligent convicuonr of the truth df what he uttered. .4 theft f Allecbeny City, and Professor of Theology ta the Reformed Presbyterian Church aay v ii less than ten years a war would Dreaa out m Europe between Russia and the Western Powers a war which would be one of the most terri ble ever recorded in the annals of history, and which by its wholesale slaughter, would carry the name of Christendom with a thrill of wonder to the most remote and barbarous nations, awa kes a curiosity about civilization thai would pre pare the way for the induction of th -fate - ' v - . ' Number 43. laration was ma1 ain anrl .Ti it .i t . . T " tj rel before it would be 5 aain, and we slfll tiiink it wm oe, lor we are of OTnruon our cra'hr saw si a j. W . far into the prophecies already written. He 1. tl.ts war would take place would be very t '- t'te ana 4tneral. ami that tt w. tl, v.. : fore lite universal peace of the Millenium, j in peiv-ranee 0D-1A Strong IClnded CaAdtdate tor MjttrtiBoaT. il.-on 3 matches!, . a i.. uiv.rt;.;. t .... - v....uj .v. wl : v ' -'i uuisuu ia me vv following description j of herlf She certainly 1 .,l..l - , :....is I ,m ;o i..,. t, . . r' , II am lUbl Iwentv hut tri'I r.. .. ... KCm. I m ( - " mmjt j v v two years older. I am a graduate of the from embroidery to linaev nanLaloons: I Call tkate. ridt. dAIl.W ninrf r.lav nn fK niann . , r j ti r cninnittiv n. 1 . ... : , . . V. . . I . ,,' ""T" .v' uji"K yco 00 reas- I onauiy expected of my sex. at .l- , . . . If required. I can ', 1 v v " "unto in or society of the "upper 1 . 11 .1 m Tt fir rfiata riarf l a wsrw.n . au i- u . " Anv m.n 'C-' . 7" " 7 " "T.T a3 ten feet, and then if he overtakes me iu one mne j arn p.i3. j nof the hore u mine. Be- K9PO vtart.. I am a believer irt hydropathy, aad use no tea ... ,;tKr I "vv., uvmici u'j a " r-.vi avians, out a. , .1 r 1 .,.1 .t 1 1 ti.i . . . , ... A .. . . . . v y.Jtr I "..".n u.j iiiuunuu BiiAii uo vuuer, u uv oesirea. J. believe in "women's rights." but believe I have no right U meddle with politics or man's business in general, neither have men the right to meddle with ours. As for appearance I am neither tall nor short, large nor small, but I am iuat as I wa made. I have never attempted to alter my shapa or color, as I am perfectly satisfied with the same. By fops I am styied handsome; by the young men on whom I please to smile, I am 'styled the height of perfection; by those I frown upon, "the devtl'a t imp;" by the wise aud sober, I am called vrUd and foolish, by my female acquaintance "Molly; v and by my uncle", I am called "Tom." If I marry, it will be a man who uses no spir its, tobacco, or profanity. He may be young or old handsome or homely, rich or poor, but not . in the extreme. He must have a good common education, at least, lie must be industrious: be must be capable of so bearing himself in any ' uui,hi. ta t.. .:n . L.! .i 1 11. v: j : - ? ' u7ul m kIi n Z- '5- 7 - ' fetylf?h! beloved by all; hi. dpo- sition, after acquaintance, mwst piease m avery " - ir. -v ,. vy respect, lie, after marriage, must allow me to follow the dictates of my own conscience, pro vided I do not trample on his rights, and ho must follow suit. The Clark County Pair. The Great BAnr Show Ohk IXckdksd Ti.t.-.tf I.' . ... Tl. i i s i s aiio viara. county ravir at- . -.. v.vj.- .m.jiurM ua iu wu. ' ,a aa n?acr! v" V ore. hi're wone hundred and twenty entries, tho e whoie number was not present. Among the finest babies were the daughter of Mrs. Howe, of Cincinnati, and the son of Mrs. I U.';nturt: .' P". the former fourteen montb.5 I .id, and the latter six. The first premium for the u"ilars- A he second, for the htest child between Oflf Jin I f tc-r. sr. .. .Irl . IV. a MA " : ' ' " " 'i ' hun Jred dna,s.' anl the third for the finest child . . . 1 .. . 1 1 S 1 1, m. . . itl. tie r'n.n f k;i.ij..u;. .i, r...t. . s ...u ,,1 a ii.tcucn.t.u, IIJTT ivuitll w MMTM. While tho babies, . the tent together, the ern was read to the ; gre;u eamcauon 01 an concern, I , Mr- IcAAC T-.r; In thanking jon for S ihe comphmr.t you pay me, by ou.tilatmg- ma , "y-""'" w.v t irniuma aa also express my deep , igemenu will not ad- rk. Nothine would vour beantiful eitv. . . j j h.lcfn 1 80 lonS h Y "T' f d th f4 j f ed mptaUon you boW put the shape of b; j bies- ,mos.t 'stable. blesa tlea btUe J sweetnesses; but how could I jl wtarWl, .Pf tlYJSl , . , . ;,.Z Zt ZZZ ' never come into their presence without a ieelnta ..u aa . ,lw., r.i..,- nmt .... 1 j would be led captive ij . dimple'. itnhjmglwhntehyitycbMk. or a snowv shoulder. My dear mr, I would be as i - - bewildered as a bee in a ten acre tot of lull blow roses. Please accept my best wishes for the suc cess of your novel, beautiful ond admirable ea- . : ir .1. . ,u - r j: j of wMf'him 1 f AwardiB Cloiswnittoa. Awarding 1 Yours, very truly FANNY FERN. Letters from Mrs. J. J. Crittenden, If ra. Swiss helm, who was to Lave read an essay, hut was prevented by LUna; trom Jan. alott, who Uuaka black babies sh'Mitdtoiae in; from Horace Ga-e- 'Jt . who thick utt;L aUention should be paid ta develorment of t a human constitution fat ft buf C4 -idatry whe-e abi? b d ed meu aad wosnau c3 fjhttodr d to uft en thosaaand, ad trota-ioUi SS,-pTere resvt b Hi crinvitt-s, tod wiTaha -CSb z bed hereafter. . t . . t ? jfcmonc the eat iitora of babias wua am eld that woman whe oa-ue thher asrntecth ah&l She claim e a pr? jx.ob on nart abound, fad hsa nocompeotyr. . .- " The di-V7 stok was exeaedmgrjr7 f xa, perhaps r he'.'tt sould ba shown tu the ooubt. he Ixmsvil. Fair wuabt ought ti with a toornamant es J6a. t i -i "--- I ; 1 1 - i Si I - ' !