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. , .WAYUESUUHO, i'EN.NA.
..VtianoMtiii.v,. , 'or,
"HO HO JOlI.tl"
Oar "kiml-ioiuo" neighbor puts the
of coii'lt'iimation on AVitynosliiirjr
" '(.t!t(e nuil t!io"15oiulholtkTr) organ,"
i''tlie foriiitrr allows it to be .champion
"t ! by the latter or tlio latter does not
i.Aut: its persecution of his Hypocriti
cal self and party. Granting tlmtliis
- nhect is gospel among many Greene
C'oiintiam we hardly think it warrants
.tho conclusion that "the institution
nuut unquestionably perish" tf he
: hIiouUI say we were in league with it.
"i' relievo his mind we make the
: Statement tliat our paper is not "run"
. in flie Interest ofWayncsburg College,
more than that of our common schools.
We only made use of his nnimtulver
eion upon the College to show the
1 Spirit of intolerance practiced by the
.Democratic party in assaulting evcry
, thing and everybody that is not or
does not in conformity with their pe
culiar idiosyncrasies. It lias not been
a great while .since the Union School
was considerably agitated by a faimti-
cal teacher happening to be of opposite
political views from ours, who, if re
ports be true, insulted the feeling of
.every Republican that sent a child to
tlie school, yet no clamor was raised
concerning it. AVe refer to this merely to
' contrast the difference of feeling of the
' two parties. The lesson we wish to
teach is, that of tolerance. We admit
the. freedom of every one to think for
themselves so long as they do not in
pi lit. the government under which they
live, but we do most heartily scout the
1m ihatour"handso!ne" neighbor can
' nil the maehinu" backwards or for
wards to suit his pleasure by merely
r- ' ing the "lever."
Inn Democracy of Ohio groan
uii'l r tlie weight of Valiandigham.
i t insists upon going to the Senate,
i.;r. iV; "leading minds" say he must
'i-i.l" h'! tini(.' Vnl. is considerably
not humor and will tie an eyesore
t.i I'hu.'iinn and Pendleton even if he
.;.'11ed in hi-! effort to obt-iin Wad-.-'s
pl;i' We can't understand why he
i:i i i ho h"pt in the fchade. lie is an
. r.oiust, np.v;bt Demoi iat, and was
S"nt through the line for his treason.
What belter recommendation could
ho wint to tin; party he represents?
' JJy all means let ws have their decent
men, men who do not liesitate to avow
their principles, to legislate for the
i".-1 vis and their allies.
Tun news from Italy creates intense
Interest. Garibaldi strikes quickly
and with elfect. The interference of
Franco is alone calculated to keep him
without the walls of the "Eternal city."
Trench nid to tho Pops nny involve
other powors and thus the spark kin
dled by Italian freemen flames into a
general conflagration which will molt
tho', thrones of despots, anil the man
lufa of tho oppressed. ' Liberty of
.thought and action must supplant the
creed of superstition, idolatry and
ignoranoe. "Heel' GarUmldil"
Edmoxp Ford, a negro committed
toprison inPhiladelphia,May 12, 1851,
for murder, under sentence of death, is
still a prisoner, tho warrant for his ex
ecution never having been signed.
The conduct of Ford is represented by
the- officer.? of the prison to have been
tinexcoptionablo in every respect from
the elate of his incarceration, sixteen
years ago. The grand jury for the
quarter sessions recommend him for
Executive clemency. IIow many deaths
he must have suffered under the agony
of suspense. '
Last week in an article attempting
to be severe on "Beast Butler," our
"handsome" neighbor omitted the fact
that tho rowdies who insulted Butler
whilst riding in a street-car, by coarse
epfthct, were hired to do it by Demo
cratic political scavengers. Another
" illustration of tho high toned and "in
telligent" casta of their party 1
: The Winding Intelligencer, speak
ing of the recent election In West Vir
ginia, estimates that the Senate will
. stand 20 Republicans to 2 Democrats,
. and the House about the same as last
your about 44 Republican to 11
Toe formation' ofGrant clubs in
. every township and ward iu the State
is one af the purposes indicated by the
present movements ,ofour friends in
..Pennsylvania. How long shall it be'
,x notiltlie Ecpnblicans of Greene attend
' to-this. DWv calls-nnon us to oroon-
, izc at once ' ' ',
Th t Hon . Geo. V. Lawrence has
not yet demanded "satisfaction" s for
that "fatal blow" we "attempted ' to
thvi him." a few weeks since. Should
. he oblige us to take "precis and cof
.. foe" wo shall insist upon our "hand-
tisomc neighbor Acting as principal
, 1 . iThs , Waahiagjun. Reporter hoists
i tha UMfaf 6rut for Prtwidwt in
VMt, '- !'J
James W. Wall, of 'ev Jcrssy,
who was made Senator from tliat
State out of pure spite in 1883, and
who has been "a prisoner of State in
Fort Lafayette, is anxious for a meet
ing and association of the former pris
oners in "Lincoln's bastiles." The
Messenger heralds his" call with appa
rent satisfaction. The next thing will
be a request from the Democracy for
Jefferson. Davis to recoiiiiflils "ward
ships" while incarcerated in Fortrcsi
Monroe. In which the "stern states
man" will be expected to. treat of the
number, of oystcrrpies devoured, of
niuflled sentry beats, how often his
physical condition was reported tele
graphically by watchful attendants to
his admirers at . Washington, and be
fore which the horrors of Anderson
ville shall dwindlo into Insignificance.
Oh ! cruel fate that buried their "lost
If our "handsome" neighbor had
applied himself closely to a few lessons
in punctuation, the "severe logic-" re
sorted to in his last leader would not
have over-tasked the brains of his
TnE Treasury department states;
that none of the countcrfiot 7-30s were
were out previous to August first, and
all persons holding bonds issued pre
vious to that time will experience sonic
satisfaction in knowing that they are
BEAunraAltD, who lately attempt
ed to secure re-possession of his plan
tation near Memphis, did not accom
plish it. General Grant refuses to re
Elections will be held on Tuesday
of this week in New York, New Jer
sey, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Minne
sota, Kansas and Maryland.
DF.nOt'RAt'Y AI EMANCIPATION.
The statement that the Republican
party has abandoned every or nny
principle on which tho Government
carried on the war, is very good
"Johnsonese." It has formed the
burden of all Mr. Johnson's speeches,
drunk or sober, nnd belongs to the
class of statements which Mr. John
son iias the capacity to believe, but
which Mr. Randall could novcr have
seen any sense in without the aid of
the extraordinary light shed upon the
subject by his position as Postmaster
General. This fiction has just enough
foundation in fact to make a passable
For a lie that is nil a Ho we may meet and' con
quer outright i
But a lie that is lull' a truth is s harder matter
It is true that on the day oftcr Mc
Dowell's disgraceful defeat at Bull
Run, Andrew Johnson, then a Demo
cratic Senator from Tennessee, who had
debated seriously whether to go with
tho Rebels or the Union cause, and
who has since told us that ho might
have "gratified his highest ambition"
by becoming a rebel, introduced a reso
lution into the Senate, which was pass
ed three days after, on July 23, 18G1,
presenting a sort of Conservative or
Pro-Slavery war platform for the ben
efit of the week-kneed Democrats of
whom Mr. Johnson was chief. The
resolution declared that
"In this National emergency, Con
gress banishing all feeling of mere pas
sion or resentment, will recollect only
its duty to the whole couutry ; that
this war is not waged upon our party
in any spirit of oppression, or for any
purpose of conquest or subjugation, or
purpose of overthrowing or interfering
with the rights or established institu
tions of those States, but to defend aud
maintain the supremacy of the Con
stitution, and to preserve the Union
with all tho dignity, equality, and
rights of the several States unimpaired,
and that as soon as these objects are
accomplished, the war ought to cease."
I. In accordance with this resolu
tion tho war was conducted until Jan
uary 1, 1863. McClellan, Fitz-John
Porter, and Buell, and with some in
cidental aid from Lee, Stonewall Jack'
son, and Albert S. Johnston were en
gaged in burying our armies, and caus
ing them to retreat vigorously from
the presence of the enemy. Many
gloomy elcfeats were suffered", and, ex
cept Fort DonelsorjRpanoke,, and
the capture of New-Orleans, no decis
ive victories had been! grttyiedv , Cop
perheads and-- Rebels-" were - in -high
feather, and Unionists', and. Radicals
were enraged and disgusted. The
above resolution, intended as an olive
branch to the Rebels, and a soothing
sirup to the Copperheads, had failed
to conciliate cither. . Then, In obedi
ence to the overwhelming voice of the
loyal North, the policy of our Gov
ernment was reversed. Tho Emanci
pation Proclamation was issued,
pledging the Government to overturn
the very "institution" which the above
resolution promised to protect An
drew Johnson, its author, went into
Tennessee as Military Governor, and
aided in overthrowing its Rebel State
government, and in organizing a new
one, in the teeth of his own resolution
promising not to interfere with State
institutions. " Ofcourscj. every honest
man would see iih this change of policy
a repeal of the abov resohitioiw No
such resolution,was oVsr passed after this
policy was adopted. "' That act render
ed the preservation of Rebel Statfciii
stitutious impossible: and the reslu-
lioo" quoted was thfcaocfbrtb " null." -. If
the above rwoiation. were Kill in lore,
then Mr.' Jolinson V career ki Tenner
see would eonstItufe l Most' stirnal
VibWton i'fuf tfcorb; without. law of
both Slavery and tho Slate govern
ment. It is fiilso that after Jan. 1,
1861, the war was carried on upon
any principle of non-interference
with State institutions. And hence
Mr. Randall's statement that, in re
constructing the Southern State gov
ernments, Congress has abandoned nny
principle on which the war was con
ducted after the Emancipation Pro-
ciamation was issued, or lennessee
alid Louisiana were reconstructed, Is
false, as Mr. Randall well knows,
l i l l'.t . .I.r
inn even iiau u ucen iruo tnat Mr.
Johnsou'g pro-slavery resolution re
mained in force to the end of the war,
X resident Johnson himself so conspi
cuously broke it in pieces by his own
ten proclamations declaring the south
ern State governments destroyed, and
providing for their reconstruction, and
requiring them to adopt ordinances
abolishing Slavery, that there was not
enough left of his resolution for Con
gress to violate if it would. The
President himself had trampled in the
dust every part nnd featuro of it. lie
had not only decreed tho destruction
of State covernnicnts and Slavery,
but had himself decreed who should
vote in tho proposed new governments.
K Y. Tribune.
We learn from the Getysburg Slur
and Sentinel that previus to the late
October election, the democracy of this
State "sounded" Major General Meade
as to his fitness for tho Presidency.
Tho politicians presented the case very
plausiblv and urged the General to be
come theircandidate. Ho replied sub
stantially that there were three dttlieul
ties in the way:
First He preferred his present
position a Major General in the reg
Second lie had no taste for tho du
ties of flie presidency.
Third he called himself a republican
and intended voting tho republican
ticket at tho October election.
The "committee" were satisfied that
nothing could bedono,and left in 'deep,
but deserved, humiliation. The hero
of our great battle isfiiithful to the flag,
and the principles for which ho fought.
IIow the EIrcdoti of Bhnrawootl ranftt be
If the election of Judge Sharswood
should be contested, it must bo before
the Legislature, to which petitions al
leging frauds must bo presented with
in ten days after the meeting, aud bo
signed at least by filly electors. A
committee to hear the testimony will
consist of four Senators and three Rep
resentatives to be selected by a pro
cess of striking mid challenging who
are to hear testimony in public, and
their report, or that of a majority, is
final and conclusive.
Ilratli of Ex-Uovrmor Antlrotv.
Boston-, October 30. John A.
A nd re w,ex-Govcrnor of Massachusetts,
died at six o'clock last eveiiing,he was
at his own residence in Charles street,
conversing with a friend, his family
being present. IIo had premonitory
symptoms of niipoplexy, and requested
his laniily to leave the room, which
they did, under tho supposition that
he had private business to transact.
He then requested his friend to call in
Dr. Derby, and subsequently Drs.
Biglow and Cabot were in attendance.
Ho remained unconscious from the
time of his attack until death.
The Ilarrisburg Telegraph says,
wo find the following copy of a hand
bill, now in circulation in Richmond,
in the jVeio Nation, published in that
Notice. Bo it known that the
undersigned will agree, for the sum of
825,000, to assassinate tho five Radical
candidates of the recent election in the
city of Richmond.
This is the spirit engendered by
"Democratic victories in the North."
Ofllrln! Voteordip Htni CrnKnnofRlrli
Richmond, October 31. Tho offi
cial vote of the State is: Whites, 75,
92 1 ; colored, 93,G5G ; for Convention,
1 1,835 whites, 92,507 colored ; against
Convention, 61,24? whites, 6,353 col
ored. General S hofield, in view of the
complaints of frauds, is about to order
a now census of the voting population
An exhibit of the resources of the
quarterly returns of the national bunk
ing associations of the ' country shows
that on the morning of the first Moo
day of October, 18G7, their resources
were, $1,405,033,128 34, nnd their
liabilities, $1,405,033,128 3 1.
A Resident of Lancaster, whose
carriage, while crossing tho Pennsyl
vania railroad near Colcbrook, was
struck by the fast line- west, and his
wife so injured that she died, has re
covered $9,150 damages. Forty-seven
witnesses were examined.
The editor of the Huntingdon Moni
tor was waited upon by a colored lady
whose name appeared on a Salt River
tickot issued at that place, and not re
ceiving satisfaction from the editor in
tho office, laid in wait for him outside,
and made him "scratch gravel" to
keep out of her clutches. 1 - - ,
Governor - Brownmhv, of Ten
nessee, was elected United States Sena
tor on the 23d, for the term commenc
ing the 4th of March, 18G9, by 24
majority, on the first ballot, Over W.
B. Stokes, his only qponent. ' ' 1 ! j
! Every county in Nebraska, bo1 fur
a IWard from, has been carried bv the
RcpttWiean Douglas, tKocy- llotte,
Comming and Dakota.' Thd Copper
kcada ht ywr had majorities tn every
lepublteau, 'j-Scbnesilc.j), 2TloPcmbcr 0,
, The ltoiua Hcvolulioo.
London, Nov. I.p.m. Tclesrranh
io dispatches from Florence giving tho
situation ot allairs at Rome are just
received here. 1 ho rrench troops
which debarked at Civita Veechia a
a few days since had arrived at the
IT .1 ff. mt .
jioiy wiv. jiicrowcrc no demon
strations whatever. The city is per-
leotly quiet, .and the. Irench troops
were received with profound silence
Garibaldi, whoso forco is constantly
increasing, still held a position on tho
outskirts of Rome. The Pupal forces
were to move out of their entrench
ments aud attack him to-day.
Florence, Nov. 1. Tho police
have taken possession of and closed the
Bureaus of the National party, and
headquarters of tie Relief Committees
iu this city and elsewhere, by order of
me iiaiian uovernment.
Florence, Nov. 1, Evening. The
Nazione, this morning, denies the truth
of the report that the French troops
arrived in Rome. The Italian army,
which has entered the Papal States, 'is
under the command , of General Cial
dini. Garibaldi has retired to Monte
Rotondo. IIo has made no reply to
the summons of the Italian Govern
ment to disarm his volunteers.
Paris, Nov. 1, Evening. The
Moniteur, to-day, says Emperor Napo
leon has demanrted-1 of King Victor
Emanuel art explanation of the inva
sion of Roman territory by tho Italian
Florence, Nov. 1, Evening. At
last accounts from tho South, Garibal
di remained nt Monte Rotoudo with a
force estimated at 5,000 strong.
rnussi.v and the roman question.
Berlin, Nov. 1. Tho provincial
correspondent of a journal of semi-official
character, says Prussia will inter
fere iu the Roman difficulty, should
such action onhcTpart bo necessary to
preserv'o tho peace of Europe.
London, Nov. 2. There is no
longer nny doubt that tho French
troops have entered Rome. The
Italian reserve has been called out.
It is reported on good authority
that tho government of Prussia has
pledged its support to Italy iu the
event of a rupture of tho friendly re
lations between 'that country and
France. It is known that there is a
crisis in the relations between France
and Prussia, which causes much un
easiness aud apprehension in monetary
London, Nov. 2, 2 r. jr. General
Menabrea, prime Minister of Italy, in
a note justifies tho advance of the
Italian troops into tho Papal territory.
Ho says tho dignity of the Italian
government and the violation of tho
September treaty by the French requir
ed this movemant.
Florence, October 30. On Wed
nesday morning, Garibaldi had unver
his command 3,000 soldiers. The
men are ' all well armed and have
plenty of provisions. Tim General
has no artillery except two brass guns,
t iken from, tlie Papal forces during
the fight at Moufe Rotondo. Thev
have no tents. there is very little
discipline maintained. Tho rear is
unguarded. Garilwldi's headquarters
are in full view of Rome. The sol
diers of thcPopo who have been gradu
ally nnd steadily falling back fir some
days past have retreated within the
lino ot the fortifications of tho city.
Before their retirement off tho field
they burned all the bridges over tho
Roman peasants residing in the
neighborhood of the contending fores
take no interest, at least jjvincc none,
in the progress of altairs. ihey are
engaged at the plough and tending
their flocks in the plains just as usual.
Garibaldi's men do not interfere with
Eight men of the Garibaldian nrmv
are to be shot to-morrow by sentence
of a court martial, having been con
victed ot thieving at Monte Rotondo.
The men of tlie force are very en
thusiastic in their hopes as to the re
sult of tho movement on Rome. Re
cruits come in at the rate of six hun
dred daily. Arms and provisions are
had in large quantities from the prov
inces of Terri.
Garibnldi's sons, Menotti and Ras-
cotti, arc both in oinip with their fath
er. Garibaldi will not advance near
to Rome till ho has 20,000 at least
under his command. He is to-day
engaged in making an examination of
the ruius of the bridges destroyed by
fire by the Papal troops. Twenty
thousand Pnpal , troops, well officered
and handled in the field, could destroy
Garibaldi's force by an assault in the
rear of his positiou.
Members ot the Insurrectionary
Committee are hare consulting with
Garibaldi. The General would re
gard it as an act of madness to attack
Romo with the forco now under him.
The Montgomery, Alabama, Senti
nel, reports great suffering, and great
hard-hcartness in that city, as follows:
W e regret, For the credit of the capitol
of the State of Alabana, to mention the
fact that widows and orphans arc
actually starving to deth in the city of
Montgomery ! AVc have endeavored
to do our duty, and have appealed of
ten in their bchalt, to our well to do
Citizeas. . Ilundrodshcrcarc abundant
ly able to assist the su fieri ng aud des
titute, but tlieir hearts seem steeled,
and their fountains of charity dried up.
As lonir as they are wanting . notliiiicr
themselves, they appoar to caro not a
whit for the poor, the needy, and the
helpless. '. j :
The coal trade of , Pennsylvania in
creases largely each year. It is jstuted
that bvc hundred, and fitly . thousand
tons more of anthracite coal have been
sent to market this year than during
tho corresponding period of last year.
ill'' "i 'H j-i-v'r !
Gov Qbaot jhflA isstied a' procla
mation designating; Thursday, th 28th
of November Thanksgiving Jar; '
V. Uisoniu, Jr., 54 t'ltlh Street, Jilts
tmnjk, it Iht tmtkorixtd agent far the lttrcBl.IC.ls,
IN lAj llVjt.
A 1.11 of Prenilnnis A warded al the Sec
ond Annual Exhibition of tho Bleu
hill Agrlrnltaral Noclety, IIld at Ita
I'nlr UroniMl la Jacksonville, on Wed
iiMdaj and Thanday, Heptember SSth
' and 3B(h, 1S07.
CLASS 1ST HORSES. DIVISION NO. 1
lot pr. I id pr.
Stallion, three yrs. end npwnnl I 6 00
A. Cummotm. Ulrhhill tit., liruod
mure und Iial at iiNt 113 0'
J li Cue. W. Vu.. uioifl two vra. and ' I
upwarpa I 1 so
fc AUuuis, centre ip.,btitllllun, two
yours and upward S 00
M Ciirrml, Morris tp.,Hprlng Colt.... I 100
it' I titster. .Morris tp., stallion, 1
eneyeumld I t 00
w .M rumna. it uumil In., three its
and upward.. - , I 3 00
a t. hem, outre tp., griding turee
ytn and upward 6 00
J Whlsnn, W. Va., Htutllon, (our
yrs and upward 10 00
E ItaiiH, Ilii-hliUI tp., sprtnii colt IU
J M Wliltt), Ahppo tp., geUiiug two
yr old J oo
W Kunl.-r. Itlchhlll nmroSvrs
otd :. J00.
riauiH, Morris tp.. eeldlnit tin
aud upward J 00
J AHmy, Kk-liuiu tp., Htulllonone
your old 8 tie
N W llimelicr. W. Va, Bullion , I 5 00
A CmiunonH, HU-ulilll tp., gt-ldlug
two yours old 1 60
DIVISION NO. 2-HKAVY TtnAFT,
i n comm. .Morns tp.. nrinuoolt.... 1 IX)
J Call, Itldililll tp., KprhiR colt ISO
muutciii, uasti. county, mare
yi-urit old 3 00
J 1) t oe, W. Va, gfldlng 1 yrars old
atnl upward 2 00
t .imrm, tiu'iiiim tp., mare , l ou
J K LuiiKlirlilKO, ltl( Ulilll tp,, stal
lion 1 jth and upward 10 00
W lloyil, Wash, county, gelding two
yrars old 3 Oft
It .Mi'Cuntta. .Morris to., mare a vri
aud upward 3 00
Ai.nnu, jai-Ksnn tp., satimu one 2 ou
year old M 4 uu
N Kt'tchom. Morris tp., Htulllon 100
it itianr, wusu. county, inarc three
years und upward 4 00
DIVISION NO. 3 FOIl AI.I. I'UHPOHEfl.
U It Llmlly, Wanli. county, mare. .. 4 00
A Cummins, lilchhill tn.. KeldltiEl
yrs old ' 1 00
A AeKley. Itlrlililll tp..Keldlux four
yrs ami upward 3 00
J lilsneti, W. a., stallion 4 years
nnd tidward 10 00
It Wyutt, Ureeuo county, yearling
cult : 1 00
I lluyx, llrei'iio Co., gelding 4 years
ami upward 4 0(1
i M White, Ak-p)H tp., geldiug two
years old 3 00
W Huplcr, ltlelihill tp., mure two
years old 3 00
I Kerr, Oreeno Co., gelding three
years old 4 00
!' Kctchum, .Morris tp., stallion
J K t.auKhr)dn, ltlelihill lp.,geld-
Ing tnriii pin-lionet H
P. lltine Ulelihill tp., nialch horses...
.1 Lour, Franklin tp., " inures
T llaldwln, ltlrliliill tp., match
marc, farm use
.1. K ldiiKlirldge,l!lehhlll tp., mutch
Mr Tho lams, Mori-is tp., match
horses for larm purposes
DIVISION NO. 5-TKOlTINU, I'ACI.NO AND
WAI.KINO, HOUSES OU MAKES.
H II I.lndly, Washington counly,
miire'JyrH nnd upward
M Carroll, Washington Co., lnuro.
(.'uinruons, Uirliiilll to., fancy colt..
J ttlliviiiy, lueillllll
silicic driving 3 00
P Ac i iv. W lLstiiiiirton I'o.. walk
ing horse J 00
Win .liieo is. Klchhlll tn.. rami v
horse 2 00
J K IjniuhrMzc, Kiclililll tp.,slngla
driving iiorso 4 00
U W liliiny, Wash. Co., riding mil
nuil 4 00
M .Moni'Kiir, Wayiicshui-g, walking
h'irse 4 00
(' W Itlanv. Wash, county, imelrig
mare . uv
.lainesMteplieus tireenu Co., pacing
horse 50 00
.1 It llewlt. Rices I.iindlmr. trottinir
mare . 80 00
J W Wh sen. Wu"h tlL'ton Co..trot
unit sraiiiou tr mil
DIVISION NO. B-TIIOUOITGII 11UKD.
N W II niftier, Wheeling, W. Va.,
(.K.'llciid.atalllon) 12 03
CLASS NO, 2-t'ATrLK.-l)IVISION NO. I
SHOUT IIOUNJ'L'KK IILOOIJ.
J K I.niiKlirldge, lllehhlll tp., bull
1 year old 4 00
II II Messenger, Hlelililll tp., Hull
three years and onward 8 08
II 11 Messenger, Ulelihill tp., Cow it
vcnrsanii upwnni w
II li Messenger, ltichhtll tp., Hull
calf 3 00
W II Johnson. Klehl, 111 h.. Hull 2
years mid upward I 2 00
II SandDis, Morris tp., Hull J years
and unwurd 4 00
K Mane, Itlelililll tp., spring calves.. 2 00
(I Kllieelv. Klehloll In.. 1 year old
Hull 2 00
DIVISION NO. 2-NATIVK OU GUADE,
J Illllk-lc, ltlelihill tp., yoke of year-
liugoxcn 4 00
J llilllck, Klelihill tp., matched
yeiuliii' oxen 4 00
A Ciiiiimons, Klchhlll tp., Hull .1 yrs
and iipwaid S 00
I! II McNuy ltlelihill lp., cowsthrce
years aud upward 5 00
J Aekley Kiehliill tp., Hull calf. 2 00
K Ueadley, Klchhlll tp., Hull i yrs
und upward 8 00
DIVISION NO. 3.-WOUKINQ AND BEEF
Jonas Mllllken, Jackson tp., yoke
oi oxen d uv
Kllane, Itlelililll tp., yoke of oxen.. 4 00
1 Ktiiculy, ltlelihill tp., yoke of ox
en I wo years old 6 00
CLASS NO. 8-SlII-:i-:i'. DIVISION NO. 1
SPANISH HL'f KS AND HUt'K LAMBS.
II A Foot, Verinon, one buck two
years and upward 10 00
W .1 Wright, ci an. nl, onuyenrlliig
llliek : 4 00
11 Adams. Wash. Co.. one 2 year old
Imek 5 00
A M lvlriHAVash.Co.A'curliiig huek 2 UO
A J Marker, Morris tp., one buck
luinli 4 00
DIVISION NO. 2. SPANISH EWES AND
H A Fisit, Vermont, three owes
II A I'isit, rifiont,.S ewe hllnbs.... 4 Oft
Tims lams, Morris tp., ;l ewes 8 00
A J Barker, ' " three yearling
ewes 4 00
DIVISION NO. s-L)N WOOLED AND FAT
D W Walton, lllehhlll tp , throe fnt I
sheep 3 00
CLASS NO. 4 WOOL.
S Hnrvey, Centre tp., two fleeces
Spanish - 2 00
S Harvey, Centre tp.,2 fleece grade 2 (JO
CLASS NO. 5 HWINK.
J K Loughrtdgf, ltlelihill tp., male
swine 4 s uv
V Marsh, ltlelihill tp., male swine..
" nrooil sow una
Pigs - -.
P Marsh, Itlchhlll tp., brood sow
and pigs 4 00
P iUrsli, ltlelihill I p., best pig......... 2 (HI
" . " " fat hog 4 00
CLASS NO. 8-POULTRY.
Lcroy Marsh, ltlelihill tp.. pair of I
geese n . 1 00
CLAS.S NO. 7 DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES
DIVISON NO. 1 WOOLEN.
Mrs D M Walton. niehhUl tp., rug. 1 00
Mrs P Marsh ltlelihill ti... five yds.
of tlannel 1 00
Mrs p Mun.li, Itlchhlll tp., nveyas
of caslnett .. 2 00
Mrs P. Marsh, ltlelihill tp., woolen
hose 1 00
Mrs M 1)1 lie. Itlchhlll til., live yds
of cusinett 1 00
Mrs John Wright, Klchhlll tp., pair
of blankets 4 00
T II Hons, Clarksville, Kentucky
Jeans 2 00
T 11 Koss, Clarksville, cashlinere
eight yards.......... 2 00
Mrs s fains. CenLrn tn.. Ave vards of
nig carpet H . I 1 00
Mrs Jnsse Isizear. Itlelililll tp., uve
yards of tlannel 3 00
Mrs N Patterson,Ulchhill tp.,worst
ed hose 1 00
Mr Jesse Linear, Itlchhlll lp., rag
carpet 2 00
DIVISION NO. 2 LINEN.
MrsPMarsh.RIcllhllllp, five yds
of linen , 2 00
Mrs P Marsh, Klelihill tp. Bve yd
of linen H. 3 00
Mrs P Marsh, Itlchhlll tp. bible lin
en - -. too
Mrs P Marsh. ltlculilU tD.. tabic Uu-
en..v ..... 1(0
Mm rrazeur, lucunut tp. ipia
Mrs H Kln.Oreene('o.,llnen thrsoit 1 in
Mr P Mursli, ltlelihill ip.,tow linen I W
' DIVISION NO. S-COTTON.
Mm MSupler, Rlehhllltp., coverlet , I 100
11 rs J Aokley.lUcUUIll tp., two o
erleU ...... 2 00
DIVISION NO. 4LEATBEa.
M Dllle. Klchhlll to., one aide sole
lealher... 2 09
M Dllle, RichbOTTb., two ealslclna IN
M DHIe; kiehlalttpA taraaUatiMo '
. her tuather..
M Dllle. Kloliidl
, twklpsklne 00
T TanAW, Rlcft
id,,- vm uutw
DIVISION NO. &-O.UILTS, FANCY WOKK.
T V.n.l m.hhlll . I1 P'' .W P'-
quilt 3 00
Miss l.lnlo Gray, lUchnllltp.,M. 1).
Llizie Clray, Itlelililll-tp., uulies'
drawers I so
uiv oni), ivieiiiini ip., cuiiu s
drawers I 00
Miss Mary Fleunlken.Wayiicsburg,
broldered skirt 1 00
Mrs .1 Carter. Cent re tp., scrup quilt f 100
.ins i lams, .iiori-is iti., iiuti i uu
Miss A Drake, Klelihill tp., W. net.. 1 ou
' " " " H. not.. 50
" 14 - " ladles'
collar...., 1 00
Miss A Drake, Klchhlll tp., fancy
work 1 00
Miss Mary Scott, JaekitAi tp , scrap
quilt 2 00
Mits Mary Scott, Jackson tp., fancy
quilt...... ' ..." 2 00
Mrs Froieur, Klchhlll Il, alhuiu-, 2 00
Ms M C DInsmore, Itichtilll tp.,
MrsS lams, Centre tp., fancy quill. 1 00
Mis N fatt.-mon, Itlelililll tp.,worst-
etl fancy quilt w 2 00
N l'Htlersou. Klchhlll tn.. pair of
blanket I 2 00
N l-utlorson.lllc-lililll lp., lamp mat SO
DIVISION NO. MISCELLANEOUS;
Stephen Knight, Itlelihllh tp., one
puir of hetlsleuils .... 3 00
T Ktslmlngcr, Itlchhlll tp., 1 one
horse sleigh 900
T F.isiiuliitfer. Itlchhlll to., ono Duir
Cottage bedstewU I 50
I hasiiuinger. Itlelililll lp., ono
splint bottoiuriK'klugehalr 1 00
O F HiiiHon, Mare & t o., lticli. tp.,
one barrel wheat Hour 2 SO
O F Simpson, Mare 4 Co., Klch. tp.,
one barrel rye Hour 2 oO
E Bans, Klelihill tp., tiirlug wugon.. S 00
T Elslmltigcr x Uio,';ltich. tp., one
dressing bureau 3 00
J Snyder, Kockllck, W. Va., farm
wnuoll S 00
J M White, Aleppo tp.,iaiple picker 1 00
.iirs a iiarivy, ivmrc rp., v
Sflss A Harvey,
Centre tp., work
Mrs D M Walton, Klchhlll tp., two
pounds or butter
Mis 1' Marsh, Kiehliill tp., six corn
Mrs I' Marsh, Itlchhlll tp.,onqunrt
E Buns. Kiehliill tn.. one horse
spring wagon 2 00
MrsJ Iji.ear, Klchhlll tp., 1 quart
maple molasses SO
Mrs I-: Headley, Rlchhlll tp., two
pounds of butter
CLASS NO. 0.-
'HOPS AND HOKTICTLTUItA L
J B WIIboh, Washington, varloty of
I Wilson, Washington, variety of
8 llurvey, Centre I p., summer, full
and winter apples
8 llurvey, Centre tp., specimen
beets 1 00
H Harvey, Centre tp., red wheat
J A Oray, Kiehliill tp., sulip beans... SO
Mrs H Harvey, t'enlre tp., quinces.... SO
Mrs W s BculHiut, Rich, tp., ono eu
J I.n.ear, ltlelihill tp., Amcrlctta
turbell squiisli 50
J Luzcar, ltlelihill (p., 11. M. squash SO
P Marsh, Rich, tp., i doz. fall apples
" " " " " winter 1 00
" " " " free stone pouch
es 1 00
P Mursh, Itlelililll tp., specimen
plums one-half gallon 1 00
P Marsh, Klelihill lp., specimen
quinces one-half gallon
P Marsh, ltlelihill tp.,- specimen
cutnwhy era pes
P Marsh, ltlelihill lp., variety of
pnmpltlns and squashes SO
P Marsh, Kleh. Ip.,speclmeii winter
wheat one-hull pounds 100
P Marsh, Itleh, tp.,ludlancorn one
half bushel 1 00
P Marsh, Kleh. tp.,buek wheat one
half bushel 1 00
P .Marsh, Kleh. tp., dlspluy of veglt
nbles 1 SO
P Marsh, lllehhlll tp., Calllornln
H Knight, Itleh. tp., Isabella grapes
one-half gallon I 00
B Knlglit, Itleh. tp., citron grapes
one-half gallon 5
W (Irllleth, Rich, tp., variety or fall
and winter apples 100
A A Stout, Kiel), lp., fall apples, one
ilnr.cn 1 00
J Walker, Klch, tp., three ciieuiu-
O. Colston, ciituhy grapes 1 Oft
CLASS NO. 10 A H-PRKSERVES, JELLIES
A VI, IHT'l' I'l.'Ou
Miss Jennie Teagarlner, Klehhtl
tn. collect Ion of preserved I'rull 2 00
Jen n Ic Teagardner,Rlchlili 1 tp, cur
rent Jelly Rami W
Jelililu 'leagurdner, Itlchhlll tp.
black berry Jelly 60
Mrs D M Walton, Klelihill tp, toma
D M Walt. m, Klchhlll tp, peach but
ter D M Walton, Klchhlll tp, rusplsjrry
Mis HA Houston, Itlchhlll tp, pic
R A Houston, Klchhlll tp, preserved
S A I
loustou, Kiehliill tp, preserved
Mrs Orililiens, Klelihill tp, plum
Mrs (iribbens, Klchhlll lp, pencil
Mrs A J Horher, Kiehliill tp, plum
Mm A .1 Horher, KichbUl I p, tomato
prrwrves X 03
Mrs Jtim.'t iiUnify. UiclihtU tp,
apple Jellv IV)
Mm J I.n,.-ur, Uii-lihlll tp.plum Jplly 60
" " " " plum pre
serves .... - GO
CLA8S NO. 1-J ItUEAD.
Mm DM Walton. RlcliblU lp, soft
liKht bread 100
Mr I) M Walton, lllehhlll tp, Hoft
lltflit rnko 50
Mmi'MiiTHh, Hlohhlll tp, cat ft w by
Mm V MfirNh.Hichltlll tp.elderhcrry
wlnponoiMiit . 60
Mm I Mitrtjh.K.ch, tp, currunt wtuo
on pint 50
Mm t'MtirKli, Itleh. tp, bluck berry
wlneonf ntnt 60
S Knight, Ui'-h.tp, black l)Crrywln
vr cako 60
Mm H A llousttm, Hich. tp, soft
MnH Houston, Hh-h, tp, soft liht
MInh A M ilurvuy.Cuiitretp, sliver
Mm J W Walton.Uich. tp.Jellycako 60
Mrs J Laxenr, Hich. tp, pieklen 50
CLAWS NO. R-CLOTHINO.
MIbs Mnry .1 Quirk, Rich, tp, drnss 2 00 I
Mm h i nonipstiii UM'ii. ip, noniioi..M i w
IJzzle Orny.Kh-l). tpf niuhtdrcnH
Mary Kh'iinlkeii, WayueshurK,
MIhb V Marker, W Va., shirt
MIh N Patterson, Klch. Ip, ludles
MissN 'HtU'rson, lllch. tp, child's
CLAM NO. 11-FLOllAL DKPAUTMENT,
Mm J AckTey, Rirhhlll tp, round
hand homttji 1 00
Mm J A'kley, KkhhlUtp, P. cart us 1 00
Jim s Knii(ii!,ttiriiiiin ip.coiiocuon
Mm H Knight, Klehhlll tp. dahlia....
MmJ Or:llouly, Klelihill tp, alum
MirM Durhfn. lUehhlll tp, flat hand
boat let .
Ml km PHt'adlv. Klehhlll tn. reath
of llowera M 1 00
CLAfiS NO. fi FNE ARTS.
A Wallace, Waynesbunr, ambro
... a w
A Wall are. Wavnmbiirtr. best dis
play of atnbrotypcs, ptioto's. &e..n 3 00
CLAKSNO. 16 JACKS AND MULKS.
EW Wood, Franklin tp, laek 8 00 1
J Lnnuhlln, liock Uek, W Va, pair
of mtiles 4 00
T Carrol, Wash. Co, two mules H. j 2-00
PIVmrONNO. 2 RACING MULES.
J TsauKhlln, Hock Lick, W Vi, rsc- I
iuk mutes. jo w
N. B. Class No. 3 Dlvlhlon No. 4 Oradefthefp
thnrA bftlns ievernl entries and thn eorumtttft
failhiff to report, the Board of Managers propone
i" nTimin iiiv murv. in utn ti. t uivmitia
No. l4ittle Durham pure blood Mr. John K.
Lomrhridga of Itlchhlll towTiwhip, was entitled
to flmt premium. In lln of H. H. Messenirpr.
ThConimlttee overlooked Mr. Ls. row, as after
wardn reported to the Haeretuy. All conuiMini
eatlons had thrnnich CorresDondlns Secretary.
ah compeiiTom naving premiums awarneu u
inrnn ur rnaueNTiHi u cau iinmeuiaiepiv on uie
TreMiirer and lift them.
H.KNIfHT,Cor.B4'y, D. W. WALTON, Prea.
a. iu.hvv nee. ?ee y,
J. W. WALTON, Treasurer.
yAXU.VBLE FARM FOB SALE-
By virtu of an ordtr Issued out of ths Or-
fhans Court of (reue Co., and to me dlraetcd,
will oxpoaa to sale on Uie premises, on tha -
12th OF DECEMBER T
next, all that certain tract of land, late the prop
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township, about one ami a half miles
iroin ivices mnniiisHiiu v.i.,iv. i,,, n.u..t,it,,
lands of Gmh-ks Morttock, Levi HlacUllite,
fthnlllltn Durson and others containing ONB
I NIlltEl) AND FORTY-imrR ACRRtlmore
or less; havina thereon erected a jrl Ktune
DWflllni House, Urn Barn, Frame Hlsbleand
.. , . other oat-MUilui(s alaa, touO,.
' APPtB OHODARDi
nnd nil Mnds of frnlt tree, helne; nn of tn heat
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nwiel nesimnie priirrm-i.
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Mnwti elk das' nf aala. 1 v
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