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D333KWAY& ELV7SL1j, Editors.
relay, Oo t. 0. 18 7 0.
INDIANA AND OHIO.
Next Tuesday, October lOtli, Indiana nnd
Ohio hold their State election. Tliero nro
three tickets In the field in each stnto ; In
Indinna, Democriitic,Repulllc.an and Green
back j in Ohio, Democratic, Hc-puhllcan nnd
Inhibition. ThatthoRepuhlicans virtually
concede. Indiana to tho Democrats Is iuuicat
cd by two things! their piibllospcakers have
( mostly left tho Stnto and gnno to Ohio, anil
r Senator Jlorto.i lias proclaimed mat mi
Democrats arc filling tho Stnlo with Illegal
- LhiU 'Fliiu Ij ol. nonnnlnllVin (Vmilllf. n
it does from tho most unscrupulous uemn
KOftUo (Ben Rtitlcr not excepted) who ever
burdened a distressed ami swiudlcu commu
iilty. Itlsthogamo tho Itepuhllcans have
been playing for a down years past, nlmot
river since Mr. Morton deserted tho Demo'
cratlo party, and ills accusation now against
that party reads (strangely in tho light of the
developments of tho past few years. Ihc
charge is mado to cover, If possible, the
causo of his present party's defeat ; he sees
that it is Inevitable nnd seeks to throw on
tlio Democrats tho onus of corruption. It
will not deceive many.
. In Ohio the contest waxes warmer nnd
tho Ilepubllcans no longer deem tho state
safe. They are exerting every energy, spend
ing money and providing the best oratorical
ability they havo to secure tho State.
Should both Indiana and Ohio bo carried
by tho Democrats tho election of Tilden will
bo assured. Willi these two Stato, New
York, New Jersey, Connecticut and tho
Southern States, all of which nro secure,
tliero can be littlo doubt of Tildcn's success.
It is this that has mado tho campaign in
theso two Western States the mo3t vigorous
M"l V.VV. 1.1 IIq OllifV ItUIIIOUll O . t U. U .u wv.
West Virginia likewise holds her election
on tho 10th, with tln'co tickets in tho field,
but thcDemocrat ic miijority is too Btrong to be
overcome,nnd not being in the lent a d -ubt
ful State but littlo lias been done by the Re
publicans to endeavor to change the result.
Tho people of the State did themselves
credit on Thursday of last week, which had
b:en set apart as the day for Fennsylvanians
to attend the Centennial Exhibition. The
cowds which poured into the city of Phil-
odelphla exceeded pnything heretofore
known in this counlry. Accounts diner
somewhat as to tho actual number of people
: present, .ho Philadelphia Tones and the
- Jedger placing the figures at 251,403 and
1 1 . - . i nwnnrt mi. m s . 1
. port will be necessary to detertnlni tho ex
act number. The exercises began In the
v -moees nan wun music ana auuresses. uov.
i. Hartranft was escorted by tho veteran corps
of the First regiment. Tho oration was de-
livered by Hon Benjamin II. Brewster and
addresses by Gen. Hawley, President Welsh,
Gov. IIartrjnft,?x.Gov3. Bigler and Pollock,
( ex- Senator Scott, Jndgo Strong of tho U. S.
Supremo Court and others. In tho even
' njng the grounds were illuminated by mag
' nesiuin lights and colored Arcs, nnd tliero
1 was a magnificent display of fireworks.
It is not probable that there will be so
Inrfffl nn nttpnihinpA rhirtnn thi nnnltntinntn
jortho exhibition. Tho.'crnwd was even lar
, ger than the most sanguine etntisticln ' es
timated., Pennsylvania has certainly good
reasons to be proud of her children.
The official count, received since the
above was written, gives the total admis
sions as 274,919.
The Fedmial Coxstitctiox. Article
14, Section 4, nf tho Couslitutlon reads as
The validityof the public debt of the United
Slates, authorized by law, including debit in
, eurred for payment o pensions and bounties or
vertices in suppressing insurrection or rtoei
Iwfl, SHALL NOT HE QUESTIONED.
But not the United Slates, nor any State, shall
assume or pay any debts or obligation incurred
AID OF IXSimilKCTlON OK I1UI1ELLION
against the United Statis, or any claim
'or the toss or emancipation o any slave ; but
all such debts, obligations and claims shall be
ItC Id ILLEGAL AND VOIP."
The above provision of tho Constitution
forever disposes of tho pretenro tlmt there
jre any persons in tho United States who
.expect to secure the payment of the war
t debt of the Southern Confederacy.
Such talk as tho following from tho Mem
phis Appeal, one of the strongest Democrat
ic papers of the South, distinctly shows how
much occasion tho Iti publicans havo for
waving the bloody shirt :
''The pecrrm'S of thn snulli mtul. hnminr.
anteed free speech and a free ballot at any
cost, rind tho Democratic party in all
the States inuat make it a part of their creed
to compel it. Tho man -vLo obstructs free
speech or a free ballot at tho south is an
enemy not only to the institutions of tho
country, but in an especial sense Is an ene
my of our section,"
Assuredly Mr. Sitting Bull villi his Sioux
warriors, have more than held their own in
the late Indian campaign. A messago has
been sent him from tho Indian Agency to
come in and treat with tho authorities So
t seems that tho annihilation and exter
mination of tho savages was only talk nud
Custer and his brave companions uro likely
to go unavenged, 'iho Indian Bureau un
doubtedly prefers to swindle their wards rath-
or than destroy them. There's millions in
Ooorg McGoiven I'n. Chairman of Iho
t.,l-.l-l- I.S . ..I- It'...
eominltiee stairs that there nro nt least
-40,000 fraudulent votes registered in that
city. The Itepuhllcans seem determined to
rjirriRil nut mi hMrv-rwriillv ivken Mr ItiinL-n
lew ran for governor nud was elected, but
counted out by Iho rascally politicians of
Philadelphia, aided by tho repeaters and
ballot box slulIVrs, some of whom were con
victed only to bo pardoned by tie Pro!
The Philadelphia Timet say of the ref
utation oftho charges ngainst Gov. Tilden
in connection with UU incomo tax, that "tho
dispassionate reader will bo amazed, ufter
perusing it, at tho mendacity that has char
acterized his accusers," and the nnstteris
glven"Item item by '.villi n minuteness ol de
tail tint forbids tho possibility of evasion or
concealment, pu ho unbiased inliiu win
regard the Democratic candidate for
Ullicr 110 ffi'iiiuu i tuiviur nun auu
we TP Hiujiieu if iumik iuut ii buiii m-ru mu
HUt, UIJIUK 11VH1U VI'U MJV
:i i. i I . i f t 1 1 t i . ,
LIES WKLIj stuck to.
Tho ttnaclty with which tho Radical or"
gans hold on to tho lies told by their lead
ers, and long s'neo exploded, Is rcmarkablo
even in theso days of disregard ot truth nnd
decency. For Instance, ono ofthco sheets
now before us savs ol Mr. Tilden : "During
tho war ha wa a toiipethn.nl or rebel sym
pathiser nlvlnir nld mid coin fort to tho cue
ttiv." Messrs. Chas. A. Dana nnd 1'. II.
Watson, both itepuhllcans nnd both Asls-
taut Secretaries of War under lldwln M
rftantnii stato on tho contrary that Mr. Til
den was nn earnest supporter oftho Union
caino who wivs consulted by President Lin
coln and B. M. Stanton. I loci this look as
II ho was a "rebel sympathiser 1" Tho same
paper further alludes to Mr. Tilden as "tho
.moclato and counsellor of Tweed and other
rascals." All tho world knows that with
out tho indlfatlgablo labors of Mr. Tilden
Tweed would not vet havo been brought to
justice. Again this same paper refers to
tho Incomo tax slander as If it still possess
ed vitality, although tho charges havo been
disposed of Item by Item and in ono case at
leist, tho New York Times, tho author of
the clirttgc, lias apotn-ized and retnietcd.
The reiteration of these elalo slanders is
both sillv nud uscles-". Thero are few men
of ordinary intelligence who will bo de
ceived by It or believe that tho same man
who, ns a private citizen , was lauded to
the skies by tho Tunes, and others of Its
kind, could bpcomo in n moment nflcr his
nomination for President a monster ot in
inultv. a ncriurcr. n thiof nnd a ballot box
stufler. It's too ridiculous for serious con
A Wnril to Workingmon.
This campaign is yours. It is for your
families, aud your action at the polls in No
vember will givo evidence of tho fact wheth
er or not you caro moro lor your wives nnd
children than for mcro parly. What is
your situation now? If you have employ
ment, does the mcro pittance you receive
for your hard labor suffice to furnish you
with tho necessaries of life 7 Are you able
to raiso money enough at the cud of every
month to pay your rent without depriving
your children oi bread?
Now is tho timo for action. Let your
voices bo raised for a change: let your
votes bo cast for a change. Heform is the
watchword, and to effect a reform a change
in administration is the first step. Your
condition cannot be made any worse under
thoguidanco of Uncle Simmy Tilden than
it is to-day, and you have tho assurance of
history that it change of rulers after a panic
always restored confidence and brought
good times in its train.
Can you longer hesitnto? Look at your
fellow men, in great numbers, discharged
eyory day. Look nt Altoona wliero tho
Pennsylvania H, R. Co., was compelled to
discharge over Jiteen hundred men with
in tho past two weeks, nnd tho end is not
yet. A hard winter is approaching, nnd if
tho demand for a chango is not ratified nt
tho polls,woe betide tho sufferers. During tho
past threo years you havo hardly mado mon
ey enough to keep soul nnd body together,
nnd if Hnycs is elected it will bo but n con
tinuance of tho present administration, pre
sent hard times, and thieves in olficc.
Laboring men, givo this matter your at
tention 1 Wives o laboring men, assist in the
fight, persuade your husbands to cast one vole
for yon and your children. Givo them to
understand that they havo voted for party,
low wages anJ starva.ion long enough .
Tho N. Y. Sun says: A correspondent
ol tho Herald with Terry's command, in a
letter which we copy elsewhere, makes
some startling statements in relation to the
massacre of tho gallant Custer nnd his men
Tho charges are of a grave- nature, and can
not bo allowed to rest. It is well known
that Gen. Custer was displaced from the
position which he was to have held in the
movement against tho Sinux because he
gave testimony relating to abuses in the
War Department when ho was sumnionel
to appear before a Congresional committee
in Washington J nnd it is equally well
known that the military toadies of the Ad
ministration havo endeavored trmnlign him
since his heroic dentil. It is boldly chanced
by the llera.dcorrespondentthat the slaugh
ter of this officer, and of the troops who
were with him, vv.nj caiiied by the failure
of other officers to support him when they
had it in their powor to render effective aid
and that through fear of persecution by the
existing administration, officers and men
who know tho truth are prevented from vin
dicating Gen. Custer's memory. The con
duct of this disgraceful Sioux war should re
ceive thorough investigation as soon as Con
gress reassembles, for if tho wlinlo truth
should be brought to light, the nation would
for the first timo learn the extreme depths
of depravity which Grant's Administration
Tho Republicans are making strenuous
efforts to carry Bloomsburg on November
7th. They are going to every voter in tho
district and soliciting his support. As there
are somo voters who are easily influenced,
the result will bo a Democratic defeat here,
unless wo nrouso to action, Somebody
must work, everybody must work. It will
not do for us to B.t passively by, and allow
the election to go by default. Il tho duty
of all democrats to nssht in bruiln out
every voter, to hold tho doubtful ones, and
to secure new allies. Tut on your nrmor
nnd join in tho great battle ngulust fraud
and corruption, mid In favor nf better
Tho town elections of Connecticut wcro
held on Monday last. Tho returns are too
meagre to give tho results, The first Slato
election of Colorado was held on .Tuesday,
No official reports hnvo been made. The
Chnirimiu of tho Republican Statu Gmiiiiiit
tee telrgnplud that the Rjpublicins had
2,000 mijority in tho State, four hours be
fore tho polls closed and heforo a vote had
been rnuiited. This may or imv not bo true.
At the last election fur delegate from tho
territory the Democratic candidate was elect
oil by over 2,000 majority.
The htoTk oflluiTt'Lidin,' It, R. Co.
which on thursday of la:t week was ipinlrd
ut 11, lell on Saturday toLM;. It is ililli
cult to ascertain wliateaused thK depression,
but wo arc inclined lo believe that the figures
will nut remain for any length of timo at
fie present low rate and that tli stock will
rise ns rapidly as it fell.
General Braxton T. Bragg, dropped dead
in Galveston, one day hist week while cross,
ing the street. lie was CI ) ears of age.
During the war lie nerved in tho Confeder
ate army and reached the grade of General,
having been promoted to that position nflcr
the death of Gen, Albert S. Johnston,
The exact Democratic majority in Alaba
ma is42,3'Jj. Two years ago it was 13,190
and four years ngo tho Republicans carried
theStutoby 10,828, iv change in four years
ot C3,2?3, Troops needed down their.
The New Orleans Jlutltl'm says thero are
lots of Radicals, in that State who would
cimeuut for Hayes if tho keepers of tho
penitentiary and of tho several lails in tho
J State would permit them to do no.
COLUMBIAN AMD DEMO0KAT,BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA OOTTNTT, PA.
Tlio Voice of n Patriot.
Mnrnn from citAitt.ia it.ancis A HAMS.
The following letter Is addressed to Daniel
Mogonc, Jr., tho chnlrman of tho New York
slate democratic committee, In rcsponso to
an Invitation to "peak nt n mnss meeting of
the democracy oftho city of New ork nt
Cooper Inslilufo held on Friday ovenlng
lat. It Is tho boldest and most npgrcslvo
declaration that lias como from any oftho
distinguished liberal republicans who hnvo
declared fur Tilden, Hendricks and Ilcfotm
Quinoy, Sept. 2.i, 187(1. Dear Sir Ab
senco from tho city Inn prevented mo Irom
answering promptly your letter of tho 20th
Inst. Ifl wcro younger it would bean ngrce-
nblo duty to perform tho lask to which yon
Invito mo, but 1 havo not done anything of
the kind for fifteen years, nnd am now In
my scvcntictli year. Should I accept ono
invitation It would probably clvo rise to
others which would havo an equal claim
My judgment is that I had belter stay at
home. Yet I think I fully npnroclalo tho
importance of this canvass. It is narrowing
itself dally moro nnd moro Into a struggle
between the people and tho malingers who
hold the official organization of the country
for their own excluslvo benefit. From the
days of Credit Milliliter do.vn to tlio last ex
posiiros made by the Invesligitinns of tlio
last congress there is only one cnncliHiim to
bo drawn, aud that Is the prevalence of cor
ruption almost everywhere in the republi
can organization. The honest men do, in
deed, make bravo nnd sincero elTorts to re-
fist tills baleful Influence, but they nro too
often defeated to raiso any just hopes of ill
timate success. This struggle has been going
on for years, and no material chnngo for the
better has yet been effected. Tlio time has
now come for a radical change, nnd the sub
stitutlou of a wholly new influence tied up
by no restrictions other than the genuine
wishes of honest men of nil parties. When
In a great popular convention of a party to
nominate a candidate for tho presidency,
one gentleman deeply compromised by tlio
investigations of a committee of tlio house
of representatives comes within twenty-llvu
voles of a nomination,and anotlier,wliorcally
did honor to himself by fearless nnd effec
tive exposures of corruption in high places,
could not command many more than n hun
dred votes, it seiiim to mo that it is high
timo for a change in tho public opinion.
Neither is tlio cuso improved by a vie. v of
tlio manner in which tlio canvass lias been
carried on. The great effort of the republi
cans seems to he to operate on tiie popular
passions excited during the late civil war.
Instead of repeating tlio honorable call of
President Grant, "Let us havo peace 1" tlio
cry is for raising what may provo another
wnr. Aud why is this 1 Only because the
people in the southern states chooso to vote
ns thev please, without regard to tlio cor
rupt combination of ofl'ico holders all over
the country, wielded by equally co:rupt
combinations of legislators nt tho seat of
government to perpctuato their own power.
Verily, verily, if tho people are wise they
will lay down party nnd scizo the present
opportunity to make a change. I am very
ClIAItLIM Fuaxcis Adamh.
A Self-Confessed Slanderer.
If the reply of tho Tribune to Judge Sin-
nott's rcfutal of the Times' slnnders is amus
ing, tho reply of the 77ifs is pitiable. P is
a perfect jumble of retractions, reassertions,
corrections and contradicliiris. The Times
actually confesses that it charged a respecta
ble citizen(never mind his candidacy for the
presidency,) with "perjury," because he did
not, as the 77mm does, confound "earnings"
with "receipts." In relation to ono of its
charges, the fifth, it admits that il has never
had any proof nf that charge whatever, and
yet has never ceased to reiterate it iu and
out of "campaign supplements" and else
where. Here are its own words, the italics
being ours :
"Fifth It is asserted that tlio Toledo &
Wabash railroad company never was a cli
ent of Mr. Tilden, and that neither in 1SG2
nor nt nny oilier time did lie receive any fees
from it. That we must accept as conclusive.
f'roo o our charge was promised rom
thorities in which we had confidence, but r.i
its absence that item must be withdrawn."
Must it, indeed! Here is a public journal
openly confessing that it mado a charge of
perjury and swindling against one of the
inol eminent citizens of tlio United Stales
not in tlio least on proof, lid on the promise
of proof, which promise having never been
fulfilled, the calumniator, upon being con
fronted by the object of his calumny, mag
nanimously "withdrew" the charge!
Is it necessary to add one word to tho
damning picture which tho 77mes here paints
of itsell?-i'. Y. World.
FACE TUB FI(il!l!KS.
Tlio annexed table shows the fact, that
with due exertion,Tihlen cvmol be defeated.
We do not concede South Carolina, Pennsyl
vania nor New Hatnpihlre. Tlio Radicals
can gain no comfort from this exhibit.
New J( racy.
Wholo IHectorii! Collago
Necessary lo elect
Mr. Tthiluoof Miiino seems to hnvo lieen n
trillo out of Iho way In his claim of
10000 Republican majority in tlio Slate.
The official returns give II, 18-i majority a
dlll'ercuco of -1,817. B.nlno ofMuluo blionld
not boW hasty in making up his estimates
or pcoplo will say, as in fact many do, that
ho was lying for political effect.
Gen. Wade Hampton is represented ns
having recently asserted oil tho stump in
Smith Carolina this: "Tho South did not
fight for shivery iu tlio Into war. Gen. Rob
ert K. Leu told mo that whatever way the
wur ended tho colcred people would bo
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There nro sixty-nine German papers pub
lished in Wisconsin. Sixly-fivo of them
support Tilden, ono undecided, nnd threo
lor Hayes, Tliero Is not much doubt how
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Important to (Ynloiutln! Visitors.
Many of our readers who yet Intend lo
visit Philadelphia, "ill wl-h to do so nt tho
least possible cost and trouble. They will
not wish to pay hotel rales when they can
obtain good iieeiiiiiiiindallntis at private and
boarding house nt oue-thlril lintel rates.
During September and October the crowds
will bo so large that they cannot bu accomo
dated at hotels, and to avoid trouble on their
arrtvalall should know where thev arov'oing
lo stop, before. It a imr home. nu can ol -tutu
good nceiimiii'MhitliiiH by the week Inr
from $r to iflO, nr by the due I'min $1 to $2.
To do this you inii-t write In J. Weaver &
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thov will, on receipt ol $1, lo pay them for
their triiublo nnd expense, send you n list
of ono hundred hoarding houses, giving tlio
prices charged by tlio day or week. You
can then select a place lor yourself, and
mako nrrangeiiienls d reet with llin parties
oti wili to stoii with. In this way you can
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91. 77im m our advice. Take it. State whnt
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Sept. 22, 1870.
Nation il Damici-atic Tickat.
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
OF NUW YORK.
ron vick ruisinr.KT,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
lie iiMimith llleelnrnl Tleltrl.
nLWTons at i.Aitnn.
CIIAI1I.KS It. IlrCKAI.ElV-SAlll'Kt.n. Wll-SOtf.
ltobcrt F. Stlef
(leorKH It. Iierrell
Win. 11 Wrttlit
ThomtM K. (lasklll
J. A. .Morrison
Win. K. Haas
Joel h. I.litlitnor
II. T. Trnmlirmer
(leo. II. Knwlanu
lianlel II uoas
J. II. JlcOollum
r. w. lino
.inl i u il, mil
Ii.n id "mall
Jnincs J. ll.izleU
John II. (luthrlu
II. V. (ilhson
Uavl.l s. .Morris
11. u. Drown
Thomas W. Orajson
13 J. II. McCdtnant
SI llenjamln I-'.
'. .Moi rls.
CHARLES G. BAltlCLEY.
Subject to Senatorial Conference.
K J. McIIKN'RY,
DAVID S. BROWN,
F. L. SHUMAN,
ISAAC K. KRICKBAUM,
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
Dfiuocrntlc Stnndhiir ('(iiitmlllee.
Heaver Xatliau hrcilbonder, Jr.
icnton-W. it. j-ralth.
lienvlclc W. T. t'nyucr.
Utoomsbiu-f: c vy. j, imckalew.
Bloomsburg W. H. W. McUej noltts.
Ilrlarcrcek Wm. Lamon.
Catawissa E. M. Tewkibury.
Centralia Manus Jlclircarty.
Centre II, A. ScUweppenheUer.
Conj ngiiam N. Kiel Lenlh in.
Conyngliam S. feter Ltiby.
Fishingcrcek Frank Wolt
Franklin Jacob Knlttle.
Greenwood-o. W. Utt.
Hemlock Wm. Olrlon.
Jackson Wm. L. Manning.
Locust Wm. II. HclnboUl.
Madison Conrad Kramer.
Main W. T. Fhuman. j-'
Miniln-1). II. Montgomery.
Montour J. N. fiordnn.
Orange Abraham White,
l'lne W. Kaishner.
Iloarlnacreek J. II. Kllnger.
Kcott-o. 1. Ent.
Bugarloar-E. S. Viltz.
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MII.LA!!!). Ill Itloomsburg, on tho 1st Inst.,
Samuel Millard, aged 9 years, 3 months and 4
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Hay per tun 12.(0
ISeuswa'X , 3
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15. I Kunkel'M latter Winn rtf Irnnknniimrura
This Is nut ik uow preparation, to lw tried nnd found
wuuuiitf, it nas neon prescribed dally for many years
la Iho practice of emluent phyblclaus with un
parahed success; It Is not expected or Intended lo
cure all tho diseases to which thehumau family Is sub.
JeeL but warranted to cure Dvsueusla in il m,,Kt
ubstluaUi form. Kuukel's Hitter Wine of Iron ueer
falls lo cure. Hymptoaisot liyspepsla are luss of
apiH ttle, wind and rlbtog of tho lood, dryness of thu
utuutu, uv-nuuru, uidiumou or ine biomaeh and
boueh, coiutlpallon, headache, dizziness, sleepless
ness aud low uplriw. Trylhu m-at reuif dy aud be
comincwiot Its merits. Get iho genuine. Take
oul, Kuukel's, whkh ts put only la l bullies, lit-pot
m sale by all DruggUta and doalnrs everywhere.
AbkforU.1'. KunkeU llllter Wluo ot Iron aud
mto no ouier, tlx uoities for .0J or 1 1, per bottle,
Worms I Worms I Worms I
r. F, Kunkel's Worm8iru never falls to destroy
Tin, Hint sn-l htomarh worms, lir, Kuiikel, thu enly
successful I'hvMclan who remotes TaK worm In
hours, allro with head, an uo feu until removes!.
Common reuse le.u lies If Tapo worm bo ivmovcd
all other worms can lw readily eeatroj ed. Kend for
circular to Ii V, Kunkel, till ortI Nluth street,
Philadelphia, IU. or call on your di uggUt for a bot
Uoof Kuakol'a Worm Byrup, jrlre L It never
NEW A OVERT I S E M EN TJs.
DM INISTIt ATOR'S NOTK'H,
KSTATh Of VA11V AN"S mtUXIMIKK, PrCHASI!!!.
li-tfcrsi.f Aihnliilstrulluii on ino est.mi of Mary
A. Ilernhigrl, Into of tho 'I n. td n-oll, county if
Columbia, dccenseiUintchcenginnteil by HieHegls.
ter ofM dc(iunlyl(iAnrotiUeii.liiu(-r,of (nlnlwp"All
persons lowing claims nguht Hie rstntn of I lie deep,
dent are rciucMed to present, them for Mittlclnetit
and those 'Indebted nunc estate lotnnko pniment
Ui tlio undersigned ndinlnlstr .lor without ilelav.
...... . Aftllliy IIKIININIIHll.
Oct rls.d. w. AihiiliiMr.ihir.
Tin-unrtcrsUnrd Aiidllorlii Innkn iUir Miu'tlon fit
the. bghinro t dm funds In , and? , f llin
Amliilslmlor. nmotig tho rarlliA rntlll S
,.,rf.,0n), 111 ",tr'V,,,rt ",n npnolnt nrnt
t Ms oflleo on MUn Ktreet, HlooniMmrl-, V -rinVi..
wheronll persons limine elnhns ngalnt tho said
Ai mor fir ho debarred from, coming In for n i,nro of
nit 'm CO. IIAllUt.KV,
nc'' "-w Auditor.
KSTATB Of t'ETFIl WENSKI1, Vni'p.
Tim iinrtervhrnerl Auditor nprvMnlcl hv Ihe Court
nr fVimmnn 1' ens nr Cohimbl i eoiitily. hi make dls
rlhiitlormf lh funds In llin hinds nf Aihi'lnUtra
Inrsdinnrt' Pn'llc rntltled Iheiitn mil inn full p-ir-lles
internet d rnr the purpose Cf 1 1. nppUitinent nt
iniielnrk n tn rmweili,ed.u. Novcmher 1 nt. his
C'fllii' on Main Mrii-i, liliKini'hmg h-n nnil wliero
nllp'TMii hiiMngilnlnisnvn'mt Hie wild estate nro
n ipilrcil to pnH-ni iliejsnihe'rirjh! ileWned from
coming In lur a sliaro r,r tni tund.
SAULIII. KSolsif, Auditor.
Oct. c, ls;n tin-
KSTATK OK llPit, WKAVKS, liKCKsSPtl.
Tho undersigned auditor niiimlnieil hvtlm Court
tiiillsltlhulii Mm bal.iiien In the hands of Iho lixicu
tors of slid deceased to nnd among tho persons
enllll-il to the mine, w III attend In the duties of his
appointment nt his nnicn In niooinshurg, on lliui-s.
day, Nov. , ls;r.. nt in o'clock n. m. when and whom
till pei-ons nm hereby nolllled to miko their claim
hefom Iho Auditor or In debarred from coming In
on said fund. c. W. -VI I I.I.Kit,
Oct, 6, '((1,-cw. Auditor.
I UDITOR'S NOT1CK.
JL KSTATK OF IAKV IIOKI.OrilRtl, nrCKAf EP.
Tno undersigned auditor appointed lo distribute
funds In hands of s. II. Miller, Tiustee. among
parlies entitled thereto wlllineetall peiKonn lntcr
estoJ, for tho purpoio of his appointment, nt in
o'clock a. in. on Tuesday,! let al, ';n. at-ids onieoln
Hloomshurg, when and wliero all (tenons having
claims ngainst tho said estate aro requested to
present and prove the same before the Auditor, or
bo debarred from comlng lu for a shnro nf said fund.
Oct. , is;c.-t. Auditor.
jonUK TO (JOLLlXTOIt'S.
I ho tward of Commissioners decider! that alt col
lectors holding county dupllcates.il.ited prior lo 1S70
must pay initio Countv 'ireasun r thu balance of
said ouplleales during tho threo days of the county
fair, vv ednesdav, 'Ihiirsday and FrhHy, October lltli
1 Silt and 1.11I1 next.
And IIiom- for ls:n who havo thus far failed to pay
their quoin must do so by that timo
'Mils win home last no-lee, and after that timo the
neeounts villi be given to the attorney for Immediate
Attist: Wsi, KHICKIIAl'M,
Coviviis.sionki:.s' Oi'i-icK, Cleik.
IHoomsburg, I'a., Oct. 0, 1ST.
llj-Mrtua rf smi Iry writs nf Vmillllonl Ilvponasto
inodlrecled will ho exposed to puhllo sale at tho
Court House In llloomsbiirg, at ono o'clock p. m. on
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 271li, 1870,
All that eortaln trnot of Innil
situate In Hemloek I own ship, Col it in bin
O lunty l'a., InumW on th, norlh h lands ot Chas.
l)ellerlckJ, west by land nf Joseph Mnust, n uith by
land of II v. Kesler, and cast by land of William
BKVF.N' 1Y-TWO AClli:,
moro or less, i rt.on nri, cri,( tP, a i-r,,mo
u o ;i t: , :: a x cc it a k s
and other out-bulldlogs with the iippurlciianccH.
belzed, Uken Into execution nndto bo sold us tho
projicrtyof Amos 11. Appleinan.
Atthosamo time and placo nil that certain tract
or parcel of laiidMlii.iloln Jackson twp., Columhla
ctiinty, l'a., bounded and described as follnws : On
tho nortli by land of Joseph York's, east by William
Vorks, boulh by Jacob snydor and S. W. Slcllenry,
west by Henry Ilurlcymau. containing about tn
Acres moro or less, vvliereou nro creeled a l'latik
lnvelllng House, and Ilauk-llarn with tho appurten
Seized, taken Into execution and to bo sold as tho
property of Daniel I'rllz.
At tho sanio timo and placo all that certain Ileal
F.slato bituate In tho town of llloomsbiirg, Columbia
county, I'n., bounded as follows lo wit: Ilost by
Eighth f treet, south by Abo Long, vv est by an alley,
north by John Oreen, said lot being 3u feet In front
aud loo feet lu depth, moio or less, vvheieon aiu
creeled a one and one-half story Frame House ami
Seized, taken Into execution nnd to be bold as tho
properly of Catherine Long.
CONDITIONS OF SAI.E.-l'urcli,isers must pay
ten per cent, of tho purchase money, or at least
enough to cover nil coils, at striking down of 6alo
otherwise property to bo re-sold at once.
CHAS. tj. FOKNWAI.D,
pept. st, 7(i. Miciirr.
Thoroughly Cures Discasks ofthh Skin,
liEAUTIFlES THE CO.MPI.EXIO.V, l'REVENIS
and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout,
IlEAt Sores and Aukasions ok hib
Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion.
This Standard External Rcmcay for F.rnp.
tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only
REMOVES FROM TIIE COMPLEXION ALL 11I.EM
lsHES arising from local impurities of the
blood and obstruction of the pores, hut also
those produced by the sun and wind, such as
tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle
MARVELOUSLV CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT,
and being a WHOLESOME BEAUTIl'lER is far
preferable to any cosmetic.
All the remedial advantages of Sul
tiiur Haths are Insured liv tup. fsc OF
(ileim'H Sulphur Soap, width in addi
tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre-,
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing nnd linen
nnd prevents diseases communicated iiy
CONTACT With the r-ERSON.
It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald
ness, and retards grayncss of the hair.
Physicians speak of it in lilrjli terms.
Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per
Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N, U The 59 cent calctt are triple the sue cf t!.ose at
"HILL'S HAIR AM) WHISKER VU,H
lllack or llrowu, SO Cents.
C. J. CllI'fTESTOS, iTopV. 7 Sixth Av.,S.Y.
(ht. 3. -iv,
THE LIKE WAS NEVER CCriOWN OErORE.-Wo
itrnl tliv tiiirltiuntl Wa'kly Mar, a fine Hflit
rnseiff'ty-oiKtit ulitniii m-rtiHdtiHMil'ui n ixili
m, ititt) LniH tullot uotxl ludliittf ui.tttfr. tor 81.00
mr year. It I tuu Uwtt Hipr In tlit Unttctl
b la tea for th uue v. VmU mibikrilM r will rwi-iv it
mrr of lh-i leant if t mimtrtAj-'itlk: I'OOIt,
Till! IHlt .MAN'S MIII:M." r-lw, UUM
tmlii'd t atutur0 tkul icxiMfmict any ffrnH-mjrf6M in
th .i ml. Va hIso fn-ml ! inch ntlnrtt-rr h M'(-) tt
ttiMiii llliiktrntetl Almmiur, U.1 t'U.cilr.1
iniMt Imi kfut tor paiitHf urn) pnutita rt-iniuiii.
Uirtiei.iRl iiidiicciiifnlti tnavinli. Tu iinj pith.u
dcktiinir tuKt't up ncluU, wo ill uvuit niiiniWi y
nf tltui't'etitro ami acaiivnxiom onlltttUim-t t lit f
2-1 rtt. Hiociiiierirupvoj iU fxpvr rr. Nvtul 1m
uuu lMrirHiilMMrIbliiir lorn iiy olhrr.
Tilt! NTAH, 2UU Wulnut M.,Ciuclinmll,0.
Oct. b, if lb
J. II. KNITTLK.
W. II. AIH'.OTT
Iniportiiiit (o Farmci's-.
and ev irj body In u nnt ct
LIMB, LUMBEIt, AND COAL.
Wo linvo croetod kilns nt cr near tlo Taper Mlll.on
tho H. II. A V. It. it. unit uro now prepared lou-ll
llmuatvt-ry rcuaoiiuolo inciu aiiitolnoocltiuallly.
Urdore by tha car prumiiily llllitl unit bhlpixil fo
any Blailnn on iho utuvo roiul.
Arullllnoon.UMIlKI(,o( all klmU, Un-sted
or In thu rouuli, bhluKca, IjiIIi unil
blU TlmlHT to WliKTl mb Im Ho
the uttciillun ol custo-nn-rs.
Ordcre received and llllod or all Hurts ot Tikilt
Iiy itrl- attention lo business wo hope lo merit a
share ol public ii.tlrouiu.-e.
KNITTLK A AIIIIOTT.
AT T1IK OOLUWlllA OFriOB .
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
Jl uTATKot'witii4vi KArnrn, i.vnt op Vihi-
1M TtlVVMlllir, PFtVAfiKK.
Thn lindomtirncd Aiidifnr lomnkn i1ldrllmt on Ot
(ho fund In thu hand ot iho Adinliiliralortit thccii
Inicof vviilhmi liatbcr, ihteiiHcd, will nltcnd m tho
tlutlcmir hltoprolnliniiit. iithM oniccln lllooinic
Imrifi mi s.iluiilay, Nov. 4lh, lsta, nt in o'clock a.
in., whin and whom nil -rsons havlnir c Inline
Hk'atnvt. tiioKilit t'sinln, arc rpipilrcd tn picMtitlho
Mine bnforo Iho Auditor, or lxj Ucbarreu from com
Ini In tor n Miaru ot said riind.
i I . Ill U.N ki ru,
Hep. m 4w Auditor.
liltKAT HKDUCT10N IN THE
fiiii'i: oi-' r.MNifi,
Strictly ITIin H'lIITi; MIAllIt cents per pound
miarantced equal to any hi Iho marKet.
JIONTOUIt WIIITi? I.HAK nl lu cents per pound,
(quill many rorimrnouiiy.
MONTOUll HLATl: l'AtNIM 8, o and 10 cents per
pound, necoriiiui,' to color.
MONTOI'lt MITAI.t.lC HIIOWN s rents per pound.
'Iho best fiie-l'iuot Iron l'alnt lu lliu.Maiket.
MONTOI'I! .MnT.M.Ut'iimiWNitry ! and 2 rents
pre. pound. Aeeordliii;tii(iuatitliy.
llest Quality of I'aint l!rnlie.i nl low prices.
PURE! LINSBBD OIL
wlilehwe buy In Inrpt qti.inlllles, dlrecl from tho
Miinulailurcr, nnd ulTer nt theluvvist .Mniket
HKS'L' JAPAN DItYKH.
Ackuowlcdffed hv nil our leadhiu I'nlnleri to be tho
licit lu Ihc Mnrkcl.
Allouriroodsiiro iruarnnleed as represented and
our palntM lo Ih( uroiind In pure Unwed oil, orlho
money rclimdrd on deinnnd.
send for sample card and price list Willi testimon
ials. IIKNRY S. RHAY,
Jtay 8. 'I8.-ly.
8c Wyoth's Ada
Is taken Internally, nnd 1'oMtlvoly I'nret llhntiinn-
tlstn. tlotll. Nelirtilirl.T n nil l.linili.itrt). 2o"Sold hV
W h(il"s.ilennd llelall liriiiilils even where, mud
for circular to.
HruguMs, WashhiKloii, I). C.
oct.n, ';c,-ly. nftvv
V A T 10 K T S .
Personsdeslrlni,' lo tak out patents, or (hwlrlnr
infoinnllon from Iho frilled smiim Patent oniee
hhould consult I'. A. I.LMIMANN, Sulli llorof Ameri
can and Vorelsn Patents, Wnshlnston. 1). C.
mnlnallons free. NO l'ATHNT NO PAY. t'tnd fur
Oct. o.;';a. ,tw
nf tlio Twenty First Aimiiiil l-'itlr ot
the Coliiinlil.t Ciiuiity Aufli'iiltural So
ciety to 1m held nt Illnoinabiii g, Oet.
11th, 12tli niitl llitli, lSTli.
DIVISION 1 STALIilONf.
Jmluin. Hentou Ikolor, Supt, William
Bll.ill'oi', Win. MclisliiKui'.
llu.it IVrcheioii Stnllioii $12 00
Second best " 8 OU
Rest IMooded Stall Ion 12 00
Second best 8 01)
Rest Stallion for nil work 12 00
Secniid best 8 00
Rest stallion colt not over -1 yrs. -1 00
DIVISION :i-Dl!AUfiIIT IIORSKS
Judges Hit .Menilenhiill, Supt., Anion Pat
terson, Cyrus Mclloiny.
Rest pr draught horses or mures 10 00
Second best i 00
Rest draught stallion 10 00
To bo tested In harness by tho .Indies.
DIVISION l-UARIUAGR IIORSKS
Jmlirs It. licit I'll sell, Supt., T. W. Ilujj
olihiull, VV. T. Mliiiiiian.
Rest pair caniugu liaises or mares 8 00
r-eunnd t est -1 00
Rest sinulo cnrriiiBi' hoise or nuio 5 00
Stcond best 2 fiO
Jiidj-i Kllnril I'l-estoii, Supt., Alfred r.r
win, oeoii;u Aivloiimn.
Rest In onif mine, colt by her shlo (1 00
Second best .'! 00
Rest horto or mnre betwicii thieu
and four years ,'! 00
Secniid best 2 00
Rest maiM or gelillng between two
nnd tliteu jenis II 00
Second best 1 ,"i0
Rejthoiso nr inarn colt betweed
out) ami two yeais 2 00
Second best 1 00
Rest hoise or marocolt under ten
months 2 00
Second best 1 00
Rest pair mutch colta under lour
years broken to harness ,'( 00
Second best 2 00
Rest pair of mules :i 00
Second best 2 00
HxhlbltoiN under IhN clns will haro their
hoises on thoKi'ouiiil hy ten n'eioclc Thui-s-day
iiiniiiliiK, when they will bo e.Miinihed.
DIVISION (S-WAMCINU HOllaUS..
Juriijrslnhn lluitin.in.hiipt., Joseph Hull
Kl, Tumi lteeer.
Rest (fastest) walking team horses
or maies, in harness B 00
Second best (fastest) walklnahoisei
or mnre, saddle or liaimss -1 00
JaillrsS. Ui ecu, Supt., .fumes liaitnn,
Reet bull $12 00
Second best bull l! 00
Rest cow two years and upward II 00
" In-ifer between unit nnd two yrs 4 00
" bull call under leu months It 00
" heifer lietvveen 2 ni d :t ra fi 00
" heifer under ten months 2 00
Rest bull 12 00
Second best bull ii oo
Rest bull calf under ten months 2 00
" cow, It jenia ami upwards (1 00
" heifer between 2 and jnua f. 00
" heifer between 1 anil 2 ye.ird 4 00
" heifer under ten months 2 00
J HUSKY STOCK.
Rest bull 12 00
Second best bull (I 0(1
Rest bull calf under ten months 2 00
" cow, .'I yeaiHaml upwards II (H)
" heiler between 2 and .'I jears 5 IK)
" heifer between 1 ami 2 jears 4 (HI
" heifer under ten iiionths 2 00
Rest hull .') veins mil and upwaids (1 00
" bull between 2 nnd II jeurs :i 1)0
" bull belwieu 1 mill 2 ye.us 1 00
" bull uiiiler It'll mouths 1 00
" cow, tint n vi'.uh nud upwards 4 (K
" heller between 2 nnd .'I years. 2 00
" belter belvv et'ti 1 mnl 2 years 1 00
" heifer under ten months 1 00
Rest bull :i 00
cow. :i oo
R-st fat steers 5 00
Kxhlbltors will ita their sloolj toady for
thuJiKiKi'H In uxuiiilno hy ten u'eloeU a, in,
on i'liuroil.iy, nud lo ii-in.v'n tinill lliuo
o'vluvk p. iu. on if rl-lay.
. Juilnct Rainnel Hhiiller, Sr., Hupt., Jowiili
llimumii, llnxliMcliilde. ' '
Heal brood Miw.uid plg.,(iormore $10 (K) '
" l'oland China boar t) (X)
" " brood now 0 00
" lot plga, flvo or more, uiiiler
eight weeks r 00
fntuii preiiiliiius for V-Wx, Piiirnlk. mid
Che.li-r whlliw us fin-I'lUiiiid Chilis.
Juilsits John M. Ilni' Ion, Supt., Tlioinw
P.illiimu, I', 11,1'leeo.
Ri nt buck $(i 00
" - 4 00
" lot ot lamlB, not less tlun 8 4 00
Rest buck 0 00
" uwo 4 00
11 lot of lnmln, not less limn 8 4 00
IJ-at litick (I 00
nuo 4 00
" lot of lambs, not lesn t linn 8 4 00
.;i(l(7f-Tho. Webb, Sitpt., II, O. Uinlz,
1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 Appletiinn.
Rest forty pnimd litiney $5 00
" pair hitinze) t lit keys il 00
" pair dotnesllu turkeys 2 00
Rest trio RrahniHS 1 00
" Irlo bliiek SHiilsli 1 0(1
' tllohnlf Ciichln 1 00
" mill largest collection, not less
than flvo varieties I 00
Rest pair 1 00
Rest pair 1 00
Rest nml largest display 1 00
Oli'ulii, WoIm umt Flour.
.;(lci-f. I'. Alcllctii-y, Supt., John llctz,
Rest nnd most llnur fioni two bush
els of wheat, gtown mid gioillid
in thn counts $:i 00
Rest oil lbs buckwheat Hour 2 00
" half bushel clover smi It 00
S'contl best J busliel clover seed 1 CiO
ltest half bushel timothy reed :i 00
Second best i bushel tlniolhv seed 1 TiO
Rc.st bushel white wheat, different
varieties. 2 00
JmlffciV. 1'. Mcller.iy, Supt., John lletz,
I'or the best threo ifies of wheat 10 00
For the best threo acres of rjo 5 00
For the best thtco acres of buck
wheat B 00
For the best three ncrrs of corn 10 00
I'or tho best three Hcres of oats fi 00
i'or the beat s.implo bushel of pota
toes from onnacrn 5 00
Compel II ois for pteinliini" In t he nhnvo elns
lilllst plodliee u -tateiiietit of the niodedf eill.
Ilvutliiii.tlie KKiunil to liu in nun conlliMiniH
pleee, to be lueilsilleil hv t'llew (ll-llilel("teil
tiiiinei-x, nnd e.-itllleil hy thim In wiillm.',
(and IiiiikI(-iI to the Seerebiry nt tho tliniillio
entry U niadc.) io the eotieelnesn olthd
liieniiiieiuetil of Iho hii'd cultivated, mid thu
iiieaiiieiiient nl'lhe piodiicl theienl,lhiKiiiln
l-seed lo bu Illi-aHtned hy welaht iveeotdlltif
litholei:iilsliiiiilai(l. Tliouxhlhllor intitt pro
diiee a sainplo of thu crop, not lesi than ono
Jmll,rx lliitehtii-on Hi-own, Supt., II. 1-'.
Ji.iiini, i.ien mi neiu y.
llest, and largest display or pita-
toes, half bushel of eneb variety 2 00
lit st. half bushel svvtet potatoes
ralstd by exhibitor 1 00
Rest bushel Held turnips 75
" half liu-hel rutabagas ol)
" " " sugar beets fiO
" " ' mangle vvtirt'el ."id
" " " beelii HO
" " " cat rots m
" " " parsnips r,0
" " " onions 7fi
" " " mangolds fiO
" peck tomatoes 7o
" lialf dnzeii vegetable. oysters 75
" half dozen squashes 7."
" half dozen ho.nls of cabbago 75
" half dozen Held pumpkins 75
" half dozen oltirns 75
" threo bunelies celery 75
" four egg plants 1 00
" two dozen peppers 75
" two (juitrls 1 1 liter beans 75
" two quarts butler beans 75
" two (lozen ni'lishes 75
" thrto waterinelmis 75
" quarter peck peas 75
" quarter peck union sets 75
" cactus 1 00
" lemon tree 2 00
" tliieo heads cauliflower 75
I'eiKini eoinpetlii); for premiums on tho
Intel".! and best ill-plny ofpolulnes will not
Jtnlfrs 1 1 1 t-ii in lion man, Supt., Isime Jlnvv
r, Win. K. Niiiils.
R-st display of winter, not less
than live vai ietles. six of each
Rent looking peck of fall or winter
Rest keeping winter apple?, six of
Rest pick fall or winter apples
" ll-ivoied peck lull or winter
Re.stuiiartSilieri.nl crabs of any
Rest display dwuif or standard,
live varieties, six of each
Rest, looking half doz. any kind
" llavorediind most juicy half doz
" laigest half dozen, dwarf or
standard, tail or winter
Rest display of any kind, Gvo va-
lieties, six of each
Rest Ihvoied and most juicy half
Rest nnd finest looking half doz
" nud Ingest vaiiety, half dozen
Rest display, wild or cultivated
(hot house exchided).r varieties 2 00
Rest six clusteis of Concord 1 00
" " Delaware 1 00
" " Clinton 1 00
Isabella 1 00
" " Ilartf'd l'rollflo 1 00
" " Iona 1 00
" " Atllrnndac 1 00
" " Rebecca 1 00
" " York Madeira 1 00
Rest display, not less than two va
rieties, oiih dozen eacli 1 00
Rest dhplay. nny kind, not less
than two vai ietles 00
Rest quart .to
Rest quart apples, iears, tpilnces,
peacliHs, apricots, nectailnes,
cherries sour or weet,pitted or
iiiipllted), grapes (oitl'.ivated or
wild), strawberries, nny k I ml of
raspberries, blackberries, dew
berries, vvhnrtlebeirles, plums,
twelchers, prunes 1 00
The fruit not In ho removed until Iho clout
nf the exhibition, and particular fju n In I t
iilisoi vod by all poisons thai thu wnu U lint
I ej il led.
AVIiitiM unit T.liiioii.
.mao-lijihi; Molleiny, Hupl., Solommi
llolwfa, II, .1. Conner.
Rest quart currant vvlnu 1 00
' hi ickiK'rry wino l oo
" giapn wino 1 00
" cherry wiun i on
" ryn vvhiskv 1 00
" older vinegir 00
R-st samplu of fruit jelly, now 1 00
Ju,luesV, II, ShomnaUer, Supt., Itehecca
Tlionus, Mm. John KUiier.
Rest loaf of bieatl 00
Second best loaf nf bread 2 ,)
Rest roll butter, II lbs. or moro 4 00
.Second best o oo
Rest lipplo plo I
" e.iniic.1 fruit, tllffdroiit klinla
(not lesa than onu quart eaeli)
new ' j oo
Rest poundcake 50
fruit cako j jkj
" glnirer cako 50
" f.iinpla proiervea (nut lesa thim
ono quart) new 00
Ihst cucuiniier plckols, new l 00
" variety plckeh, new . 1 ft)
quart apple butter, now 7-,
" qtart peach butter, now 7,-,
,l quart grape butter, new nr,
" quart plum laitter, now 75
" cured ham o K)
" sainplea yeast " 50
" soft soap
" gallon inaplu uiolojises 1 00
Judges Frank 1". JtiiHei-s, dipt., Mis. Ail.
ncl Vance, Mis.SjIvesUi- ruiscl.
Rest trn 5nidn Ihnnct $2 03
,, live yards woolen cloth 2 0.)
ten vmds oHrpet '! 00
" ten ynls plain llm ti 1 50
" ten jnitla dliiper linen 1 50
" knit wool r-loekltiga CO
" knit wool nllteqis 00
" best knit eoltiin Ktcckluga 50
" homo iiihiIh t'hentlsii 1 50
"pali wiinleii hlauketa 2 00
" pair linen sheets 1 00
NVoilloAVorl:, ln'olilcry niitl
Jtidties I'ninh Stewinl. Hupt., MnKRlo
Masteis, Mis. Ildlchiiisoii Iti-oivn.
Rtst knit quill $2 00
" tidy 1 00
" suit of clothes 2 00
" telling woik 1 00
" specimen bend work 1 00
" siitclmen shell wink 1 00
" specimen burr work 1 00
" ppeclmen lentlnir work 1 00
" spt ciineli hull woik 1 00
" specimen wax work 1 00
" silk einbroldeiy 1 00
" cotton einbidldery 50
worsted embroidery 1 00
" worsted mat 50
" eotlon mat 50
" .worked slippers 1 00
" faii.-y pin cushion 1 00
" head tlless 1 00
" specimen moss work 1 00
X'l 1 1 o J.v I m , Pe n n i u n Ml 1 1 1 ,n o -w-ers
Jiidues Allen WaUou, siipt., Mrs. W. 1',
Ikulei-, .Mrs. VV, II. Mhocuirtticr.
Jt- st oil painting $1 00
' Jravving 1 00
' specimen penintiishlp 1 00
" collrctlon dahlias 50
" artificial flowers 50
" specimen houso plants In bloom 1 00
" specimen dried grass 50
" speclmoi' of (lowers 50
" variety llowers 1 00
'' specimen hook binding dip.
" specimen wood graining dip.
" specimen lettuiing on niarblo dip.
" specimen sign pa.iitlng dip.
" display printing dip.
" tralispaient painting dip.
JitlleiTi. V. Moore, Supt., J. O. Winter
sleen, 1). K. Snyder.
Rest plcotoil $1 00
" family carrlagQ 4 00
" open buggy ,'! 00
" lop bntgy .1 00
" faru. wnaoii 4 00
" spillig wagon fur farm uso 2 00
" epilog wagon lor pleasure 2 00
" win elliarrow dip.
" sleigh 00
" sulkey 2 00
-A-m-Unilt it i'n I liitplt.-iiiiMitH.IVtii-cililnct'y,
Judge V.$. llaniinii, Supt., Thoinai Wll
lion, I, 1'. Kline.
Rest llcht hand plow dip.
" left hand plow dip.
" right and left hand plow dip.
' com plow dip.
" subsoil plow dip.
" squall) drag dip.
" ono hoise cultivator , dip.
" two hoiso cultivator dip.
" two horse, corn planter dip.
" onu liorso corn planter dip.
" thresher & separator combined dip.
" mower mid luaper dip.
" hay fork dip,
" poitubli! cider press dip.
" clover huller dip.
" sausage gilnder dip.'
" washing machine dip.
" clothes wringer v dip.
" griilLing boo " dip.
" bet miner's picks dip.
" pair foil! and hind liorso shoes dip.
" bliarpeiied drills dip.
' axe handle dip.
" gialn cradlo dip.
" roller dip,
" fanning mill dip.
" corn shelter dip.
" straw and fodder cutter dip.
" harvester dip.
" hay tedder ' dip.
Any new ofineillnrlois Implements oxhl
blli'il mid not piovhleil lot- In tho loieKiihiK
ela-s, tint jiidues may lepoit tho incuts of
the wimii toe pieiiiliiins in tho Ksecutlvo
Hlovt'H, 'riii-vrni'ii, aCnrtlifii-
.Indues 1 W. l'ursell, Supt,, Unbolt lint,
' Rest cooking stove with fixtures dip.
" pallor stove with fixtures dip.
" vniiery timvaro $:t 00
" variety earthen waro 2 00
" set ni Uncial teeth. dip.
Ciil)Iiu: wtii'is, Khneiniilcei'H,
JudyesI. W. Sunkpy, Supt., J.ovl Alkiunn,
Rest set double, draught harness $5 00
" set double carriage harnefcs G 00
" set single carriage harness :i 00
" pair calf boots 1 CO
" pair kip bouts 1 CO
" pair miners shoes 1 00
" bureau 2 00
" diessiug stand tllp,
" display cahinetwaio 2 00
" sot Windsor cliairs tllp.
" set spi ing teat chairs dip.
" settee dip.
" nicking chair 1 00
,l half dozen brooms 1 00
" two sides sole leather 100
" twositlo3 kip leather 1 00
" two rair skins 1 00
" sample brick dip.
JIOOS lllKl Jto IltVCH.
JiKff-n-llaltls Stcrlbifc', Supt,, K.E.Itoat,
Rest swariii Itnllan bees $." 00
Second best swarm Italian bees ,1 00
Third best svvurm Italian bees 1 BO
Rest box honey (5 Jbs or more) 1 50
Second best tlo tlo CO
Reit jtr extruded white clover
Hojt and largest display whiU clo
ver honey (not less than C boxes U 00
Rest honey extractor 1 00
" hen hive dip.
d.ooVuTo'lli.lirffi10 h'iV0hccn ti,oi,ro
3ruNlml TiinI l'tuiioiilHiiiKl How-
A siilluhlo placo III thu hiilldliiK will bo fet
iip.nl lor Iho exhibition nf unlcles onluieil
In thUehUH. .No piiiiiluiiH.
Judges Mr, Utile, Supi., Flank I vans
Aai.iu Miillh, Dr. Claipli,; lilo 'rlumun. "
FAIIMI'.HS' I.I8T.-THUItSI)AV, ONK
OVl.OCK, 1', M.
Rest trotting horaa or nmro In tho
county, that never was on any
track before gojt 00
Second btst do do RKJO
Third best do aa 5 00
COUNTV Sl'OUTIMO LIST, KltlDAV TKN
o'clock a. m,
Rest trottlngihorao er mare iu
the comity SO 00
Second best do do 2T 00
Third best do do 10 00
ritlPAY.ONKO'CMCK V, M.-8TALLION8.
Rest trotting stallion $) qq
VIIIUAY, TIIIU5U O'CLOOIC I', JI.ori!N
Rest trotting liorso or mnro 100 00
Second best do do iui no
Third best do do 23 00'
All untriineo fees must bu pulil Ix-forn iti
entry will l mado. KunnnSo ,SS xiVwr'
eeiil. nr imrMi. All trial, to uo ilM'lVliiil'by
ho he.t lliieoiiiiliinivoliniifc IIoi-m , .
t iiKln lh( rui'iiiem' uoi, Wn 1m, , ihilbi ,
the eounty Irot, H-. u lo ill. I liiitoil it'll: Ibiu
t, ll... .ii,i.ity i.ot, (an n.ler In u7 "ru u,
nl . 'rhoeiilrleH in ii. ,aUt, ,, Vliuii,hiv
w lle'iwoBl -liii'eloek.Thureday m"",.
.'A loot a'';!'' w,u r V l"
oelnou, A. M. lu ti n ireo to i i. IflO limit lm.
uwdo or nu premium will l.. n i,' ,V, , " ha
JOHN (I. tiUlUIC,