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All papers sontout of tho Rtato or to distant post
minces must bo paid for In advance, unless a rcspon.
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rue Jnbbtcu Department of tho Comjhiun Is very
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;,ir with that of tlio largo cities. All work done on
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A T T 0 H N K Y-A T-l, A V,
(Jolumbian l'.t'il.uiNii, tlloomsburjf, Pa,
Vernier of tlio Vnltcd Slates Ijiw Association,
ivilcellpns rondo lu iiiy pnit of America or Kuropc.
Office, Second door from 1st National Hank.
jan. 11, 1S19
onico In Knt's Uciuiixa.
r u a W.J.IIUCKAI.EW,
omco on Main Street, first door belowCourtllouso
onlce over Schuyler's Hardware store.
ATTOItNIty AT LAW.
orricB In nnrman's llulldlng, Main street,
TTV II. & K. R. LITTLE,
UDIceln Urowcr's building, second floor, room No,
onleo comer of Centre and Main streets, Clark's
(Jan be consulted in German.
Jan. in, 'sj-lf
Q.F.O. Ii" KLWELbj
A T TO R N E Y-A T-L A W,
Couimbun Uuii.dino, lllooinsburg, Pa.
Mcrrber of the United btates Law Association.
Collections made In any part of Amtrlca or Europe
oct. 1, 19T9.
B. KNOKIl. 1 S. IVl vTEKSrKkV.
KNOIUl Si WINTKltSTEKN,
omco lu Ilartman's Block, Corner Main and Mar
ket streets, lllooinsburg, Pa.
l3f''aiionn and Iluunties Collected.
p.UL E. WIKT,
onlce In Urowcr's Ulock, ono door below i'oii'Mbun
July 10, 'to It
RmiCKINnilAM, Atlnrnov-al-Uw. Of
.lloo, II. J. Clark's uulldlng.'Jdsturv rouin 5.
lu,.u4burg. may T, Ni-t f
C1 U. 11AKKLEY, Altorni'y-at.Lnw. Oiliie
, lu liioer'sbullding,andttory,l!ouuis 4 s 5
I 1!. nOIHSON', Attomey-at-Law. Ollice
') In Uartman's building, Main street.
Dfl. WM.M, UEBEH, Surgeon ami Pliyhi
clan. omco Maiket jlreet. Near depot.
Til. EVANS, M. D.. Surgeon and Physi
. clan, (Ollico and Ucbldenco on Third street,
T II. McKKLVY, M. D., Surgeon and Pliy
tl . slcian, north side Main street, below Market.
I-V15. J. C. 11UTTEK,
PHYSICIAN 4 SUP.OEON,
Office, North Market street,
Oct. 1, T5. Uloomsburg, Pa.
U. I. L. KA11IJ,
Matn Street, opposite Kplscopal Chuixh, Ulooms
tr Toeth extracted without pain.
Oct. t 1ST9
T WILMOT CONNEH, M. I)., PHYS!
I .'ClANand S1IIK1KON. sreclal attention irUen
futhe DisKASfs and hkfecth ot the Kvk. L'ak
'J'akoat nndSL-itUKKY In all Its vai lub brum lies.
iv Also carefully adjusts the KVK with Pl.oi'Klt
f 8 10 a. in.
Houns 3 1:30 p. ra.
1 7 8 p. m.
.11 Kniu Mrt-ct, llluuiiitbiirK, Pa
July 10, 'tu-tf
Q M.'DRIKKEIt, GUN and LOCKSMITH.
owing Machines and Machinery of all kinds re
dalred. OrtRi llocss Building, llloomtburg, Pa.
DAVID LOWENBERG, Merchant Tailor
Main St., above Central llotel.
T 8. KUIIN7iealer !i. Meat, Tnllow, etc,
I . Centre street, between Second and Third.
A UGUSTUrf l''REUNI), Practical liomeo
J paihlo llorso and cow Doctor, liloninbburg, Pa.
let). 14, TS-tl
Y. K ESTER,
KooraNo. 16, Oi-kba llot'BS Ilt'iiJUkO, Uloomsburg.
IIuvlnL- ri-lnrni-fl nntl r.iM-ni d a tlrst-class UAKIIKU
MIOPIn Kchango I'.loik, second Moor, oer IVIer
uross' saloon, resneitfuuy sonoiis mo paironaugooi
his old cuhioint-r uud of the publlo generally,
July 10, 'wnt
WM, ,. EYERLY,
I'ollxtilous piomptly mado and. retnlttod. omco
uopusiu) Laiawissa Deposit nmiic.
' A T T 0 R N E Y-A T-L A W ,
Office, corner of Third and MalnStreots.
WlUmt, AxinmaLera, velve
lArcebt btock In New
Ynrk cltv. Ixiwost ITKvs.
lew to match), oil-Cloth (ali wiaiLa). ilattlugi,
LACK cnitTAINS, ft. oo per pair, to tho flni-U
. isq & 1st sixth Ave., cor. 13tU St., M. Y
March K, cm. ibXco.
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES!
Lycoming of Munoy tHjnnsylv&nla.
North American of l'h-iddrhU, l'a,
rrankUn, of " "
I'ennsylvanla of "
farmers of York, r.
II mover of Now York.
Offloe on Market Street No. ft, Bloomaburg, 1
oct. tt. l-ly.
FOSTltllS. lit, tO..
NtAtly DJ Cheaply pibtoj at ti& Couw
O. E. EIiWELL, , ,
. K. BiTTEHBEHDEB, niwri.
X.XST or rKSMIUMS
TO HE AWAIIIlEIl BV THE
Coltiuia County Agricultnral Society
TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR,
TO BE 1411. 1) AT
Wcdncsday.Thursday Friday Ji Saturday
CLASS I 1IOHSKS.
DtVlSloX 1 STALLION.
Judges .latin's O. Wiiiiier,Siitit.slIi-n-ry
l.a.avus, Krank Yocimi.
liost liloodwl stallion, $o oo
Kccoiiil best, on
iicrt stallion lor nil work, it oil
St'i'ond bost, oo
0Ht stallion colt not over 1 years, I 00
Second best, y no
Ilnrd best, American Agriciiltiitlst.
IHV1SION2 IlItAL'OIlT IIOlt.SLS AMl.MAltLS.
.Tndi;es Clia. Keicliait, Suiit.i Daniel
air, James Sioneiibei';er.
liest pr. di atiglit borscs or mares,
style and strength, 00
Second best, ;i 00
IHVISION .'! (JAUIIIAOi: IIOUSI'.S AN" MAULS.
Indies Win. C. Iticbait, Siint..,hiliii
Creasy", T. M. Mcnseli.
liest nr. carriasje horses or mares. 00
Second best, 2 ,"i0
Third best, Am. Ag.
DIVISION -1 COLTS, 11I100H MAULS AMI
Judges Wm. Jlastcller, Sunt.: Ueo.
lheiseh, l'liilij) II. .Miller,
liest brood mare, colt by her side, f.'i 00
Second best, 3 00
Third best, Am. Ag.
liest horso or mare between three
and four years, :l 00
Secotul best, 2 00
Third best, Am. Ag.
Jiest mare or gelding between two
and three years, .1 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Third best, Farm Journal,
liest horse or marc colt between one
and two years, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Th'nd best, Farm Journal,
liest horse or mare colt under ten
months, 2 00
Second best, 1 00
Third best, Farm Journal,
liest jir. match colts under 1 years
broken to harness, !? 00
Second best, 2 00
Third best, Am. Ag.
liest pair of mules, .It 00
Second best, 2 00
The committee of this clais will carefully notice
all meritorious sponsor teams.not mentioned aoe,
and report the samo to the UeMblog Committee for
premiums, viz: Teams of ponies, gouts, dogs Ac.
Exhibitors under this class v. Ill lime their horses
on Hit- ground uyten o'clock Thursday morning,
w lieu they u 111 be exuml ued.
CLASS II CATTLE.
Judges John Zaner, Supl.; Luther
Kycr, Geo. 1'. Learn.
Second best bull,
liest cow 2 years and upwards,
liest heifer between 1 and 2 years
liest bull calf under ten months,
liest heifer under ten months,
lici-t bull, 10 00
Second best bull, .i 00
liest bull calf under ten months, 2 00
cow two years and upwauls, ." 00
" heifer between 1 and 2 years, !t 0!)
" ' under ten months, 2 00
liest bull, 10 00
Second best bull, ." 00
liest bull calf under ten months, 2 Ot)
" cowjtwo j ears and upwaiils, .1 00
" heifer between 1 and 2 years, It 00
' " under ten months, 2 00
liest bull under ten months,
" cow 2 years and upwards,
" heifer lietween 1 and 2 years,
" " under ten months,
Second best, Am. Ag.
liest cow, :i
Second best, Am. Ag.
Exhibitors villi liau their stock leadv for the
Judges to examine by ten o'clock a. in.,un Thur&dj,
anu to remaiu uuiu u u ciuck hi. uu wmiuj.
CLASS III SWINE.
Judges Douglas Hughes, Sunt.; Geo.
W. -Miller, Elisha Itingrose.
liest brood sow and pigs, G or more, 00
Second best, t
liest boar, 00
Second best, ! "U
liest brood sow, ' "II
Second best, "'
liest lot of pigs, S or more, under
n weeks, -i
Second best, Am. Ag.
CLASS IV SIIKK1'.
Indites Emanuel Lazarus, Sunt., T.
E. Sands, Dawd .Miinson.
liest lot ot lambs, not less than ,
Second best, 0
Third best, Am. Ag.
CLASS V POULT UY.
Jiid.'cs Thos. Webb, Sui.t.s
Cadiuan, T. W. Pursel.
liest forty pound tilikey,
' liair luikey.s,
liest trio Leghorns,
" black Spanish,
' " bull' Cochin,
" " l'ly mouth Hoeks,
Ucst and largest display, 1 00
Second best, Vana Journal,
GLASS VI GHAIN, SEEDS AND
FLO U It.
Judges J. II. Geary, Supt.i T. 1J.
Cole, IS. U. DreisUacli.
liest fifty lbs. wheat Hour,
Uest fifty lbs. buckwheat flour,
liest half bushel clover seed,
Uest half bushel timothy seed,
1U-M bushel white Wheat,
Third best, Farm Journal,
liest bushel led wheat, 2 00
Second best, i f,o
Third best, Karm Journal.
Lost bushel rye, oo
Second best, f,o
liest bushel oats, dd
Second best, ,-,o
liest bushel corn, different varieties, .0
" bushel buckwheat, 1 00
" twehc stalks and coin, 100
CLASS VII VEOETAliLES.
Judges John Dreseher, Supt.; 1'rank
llagcnbiich, Thomas JleGraw.
liest and largest display of potatoes,
half bushel of each variety, 2 00
Second best. Am Ag.
liest bushel potatoes, 1 00
Second best, ,",()
Uest half bushel sweet potatoes
raised by exhibitor, 7,-,
Uest bushel lield turnips, ,-,(
" half bushel lutabagas, "
" " " sugar beets.
" " " mangle wuivel, "
" " " beets,
" " " carrots,
" " " jiarsnips,
' " ' onions,
" peck hops, Farm Journal
" do.en mangoes, ,10
" peek tomatoes, "
" half do.eiM egelable oysters, "
" half do.en sipiashes, ,10
" half-do.en heads of cabbage, "
" lield pitnipkins, ' "
" half-dozen citrons, "
' thieu bimehes celery, "
liest four egg plants, " 7,1
'' two dozen ieipers, ,10
'l two ipiaits lima beans,
" two (uaits butter beans, "
" two dozen radishes, "
" three watermelons, "
" I peck peas,
" peck onion sets, "
" cactus, 7,-,
" lemon or orange tree, . 2 00
" three heads cauliflower, .10
rersohs fO!ntctln fur prclullilus on tho Ur-est
und best display or jmt utces win not be allowed u
premium eu Hie same separately.
CLASS VIII FUUIT.
Judges M. II. Petty, Supl.; Samuel
Kamp, Samuel Gigger.
liest display of winter, not less than
.1 varieties, (i of each, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
liest looking peck of fall or winter
apples, 1 00
Second best, Faun Journal.
Uest keeping winter apples. J bus. 1 00
" fall apples, not less than .J bus. "
liest flavored peck fall or winter apples "
Uest quart yellow Siberian crabs, .10
" " red " " "
Uest disilay dwarf or standard, live
varieties, six of each, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
Uest looking half-dozen, any kind, ,10
" tlav., most juicy half-dozen.
" largest halt dozen, dwaif or
standard, fall or winter,
Uest disjilay of any kind, live vari
eties, six of each. 2 00
Uest llavored and most juicy J do.. .10
Uest and finest looking half dozen, "
" and largest vaiiety 1 doz. eaeli,
Ucst dozen, 1 00
Second best. Farm Journal.
liest display, wild or cultivatcd,(hot
house excluded,) live varieties, 2 00
Second best, Am. Ag.
liest six clusters of Concord, .10
" " Delaware, "
" " Clinton, "
" ' Isabella, '
" " llattford Prolific, '
" " Ailiiondac, '
" " Itebecca, "
' " Yoik -Madeira,
liest disiilay, not less than two vari
eties, one dozen each, 50
liest display, any kind, not less than
two varieties ui
CLASS VIII DIVISION 2.
.Indues Thos. Mcliride, Sunt.: Isaac
Dyer, Lewis lioat.
liuii.n i urnr.
liest iiuail dried annles. .10
" " ' pears,
" " iuinces,
" " " jieaches,
" " cherries, itled,
" " " unpitted
" ' raspberries,
' " " blackberries,
" ' " dewberries,
" ' " whoitlebeiries,
" " illlllis,
' " " twetchers,
' " " in lines,
Tho fruit nnf In lie riMnoxed linlll the ClOSO Ot ttie
eihlbltlon.and partlcuUr caru to I obaernd by all
JHTSons mat Ilie bailie is nui. injureu.
CLASS IX WINES AND LltJUOHS.
.Indues William Jaeobv, Supt.; Elias
lleiidershott, Dr. C. Leuker.
liest quart currant wine, ,1(1
" " blackberry wine, "
" " grajie wine, "
ii i. cherry wine, . "
" rye whiskey, "
" " cider vinegar, "
I'LASS X DOMESTIC MANUI'AC
TUKES. DIVISION 1.
Judges I. II. Seesholtz, Supt.; Mrs.
A. W. (iroer, -Mrs. Jacob Veager.
liest loaf of bread, 11' 00
Second best loaf of bread, 1 .10
liest roll of Uulter,3 lbs or moro 1 50
Second best, 1 00
liest apple pie, 50
" peach pie,
' pumpkin or squash pie,
" milieu pie,
" Lemon pie,
" grape pie,
" htiougo cake,
" cocoanut cake, 1 00
" pound cake, 50
huit cake. 1 00
" ginger cake, 50
CLASS X .lELLIES.PUESEUVlCS
CANNED FKU1T, &o.
Judges Cha'u Campbell, Supt.; Mrs
J, ,M, JJcwm, Wrs. o. Jlaustt-rbouer.
Uest suinjiles of fruit jelly, new,
' canned fruit, dtffcivnt kindii,
(not less than one quart emli)
Best shiiirilts DKserws.fnotU'SS thav
one Qimit) UbW CO
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Ucst cucumber pickles, new
" vaiiety piek1es,ncw,
" ipiait apple butter, new,
" " peach butter, new,
" " grapu butter, new,
" " plum butter, new,
liest cured ham,
" sainiiles yeast,
" hard soap,
" soft soap,
" gallon majile molasses,
CLASS XI HOUSEHOLD MANU
FACTURES, Jndires Mart. Hoiiseknecht Supt.
.Alts. Harrv Thomas, Mrs Selh Shoeiua
liest ten yards flannel,
" ten yards woolen cloth,
" ten yanls carpet,
" ten yards plain linen,
" knit wool stockings,
" knit cotton stockings,
" knit wool mittens,
" home made chemise,
liest jiair woolen blankets,
" pair linen sheets,
" liatid made night dress,
" patch (null by gill under
CLASS XI I XEE1 )LEWOHlC
Judges J. D. liodine, Supt.;
Maggie Irvin, Mrs. J. II. Vastine.
suit of clothes,
hand made lace,
fancy pin cushion,
afghau or laf robe.
' sample needle work, Silver Thimble
CLASS XI I-OKNA.MENTALiWOKK.
fudges John Atipleiuan. Supt.; Mils.
Kate Mcars, Mrs. E. H. Ikeler.
Uest specimen bead woik. Si 00
" " shell work, "
" " burr work, "
" " leather work, "
" " hair work, "
" " wax woik, "
" ' moss work, "
C LASS X 1 1 1-FIN E Al !TS. P EN.MAN-
SIIIP AND DESIGNS.
Judges Joseph Garrison, Sunt. ; Mrs.
C. I!. JSrockway, Mrs. Dr. Mcars,
Uest oil painting, SI 00
specimen penmanship. ,10
" book binding, dip
' wood graining, dip
" lettering on marble, dip
sign painting, dip
display printing, dip
transparent painting, dip
CLASS XIII FI.OWEUS.
Judges Llovd Paxton, Sinit.; Mrs. T.
O. flees, Mrs. Ellio I less.
Uest display of llowers, Sit 00
Second best, 2 00
Third best, 1 00
Ucst collection dahlias, ,10
spec, house plants in bloom, 1 00
hang, basket wilh growing plants, .10
CLASS XIV VEHICLES,
fudges John S. Menscli.Siipt. : Amos
U. Ilaitman, Win. J. Knurr.
liest plueton, !?,'! (JO
family carriage, "
open buggy, 2 00
lop buggy, II 00
farm wagon, '
spring wagon for farm use, 2 00
spring wagon for pleasure, "
Wheelbarrow, 1 00
sleigh, 2 00
skeleton wagon, "
CLASS XV AGRICULTURAL IM
PLEMENTS. MACHINERY, Ac.
Judges Svlvesler Puisel, Supt.; S. II.
Hagenbiich, Frank Derr.
liest right hand plow, dip
left hand plow, lip
right and left hand plow, dip
corn plow, dip
subsoil plow, dip
square drag, dip
onu-horso cultivator, dip
two-horse cultivator, dip
two-4ior.se corn planter, dip
one horse corn planter dip
thresher and separator com, dip
mower and reaper, dip
hay fork, dip
poi table cider press, dip
clover hiiller, dip
sausage grinder, dip
washing machine, dip
clothes wringer, dip
grubbing hoe, ,10
set miner's picks, 50
pair of fore and hind horso
shoes, I 00
Second best, Farm Journal
Uest ax handle,
Uest grain cradle,
" fanning mill,
" corn sheller,
" straw and fodder cutter,
" hav tender,
Anr new or meritorious lintilementKVxhtblto 1 and
not pruWdul for In t he foreuulDtr class, the Judges
may leiiort the merits or the same for premiums to
inu icetisiuu r i-onimiiieo.
CLASS XVI STOVES, TINWARE,
Judges G. A. Uiickinghaui,Supt.;S. Ii.
Kliawn, tieo. ftmitli.
Uest cooking stovu with fixtures,
" parlor stove with fixtures,
" variety earthenware,
" set artificial teeth,
" display of marblu work, " dil
CLASS 'XVII CAHINETWAHE,
SHOEMAKERS, TANNERS, AC.
Judges T. E. Harder, Supt.; Harvey
uess, j niiip iniaugsi,
liest set double draught harness,
" " carriage harness,
" single carriage harness,
" jialr calf boots,
" pair kip boots,
" jiair miiier'B shoes,
" dressing stand,
" display cablnetwnre,
" set Windsor chairs,
" bet Sluing seat chairs,
two sides sole leather,
two sides kip leather,
two calf skins.
sample brick, Oil
CLASS XVIII RHUS AND HUH
Judges Thomas Ilagcnbuch, Supt.;
Aaron Smith, Elias Shiimaii,
Uest swarm Italian bees, $.1 00
Second best, It "
Third best, Am. Ag.
liest swarm black bee, It 00
Second best, 2 00
Th'nd best, Farm Journal.
Uest display white clover honey, 1 00
Second best, .10
liest display buckwheat honey, 1 00
Second best, " 50
liest jar extracted honey, "
Second best, 2.1
Uest box honey, ,1 It in or more, 1 00
Second best, " 50
The bees and honey to havo been tho produce of
CLASS XIX MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND SEWING MACHINES.
A suitable place In the ImllJInK will bo set opart
forthe exhibition of articles enured in this class.
CLASS XX UAHIES.
Judges Mrs. W. II. Abbott, Supt.;
-Mrs. Dr. A. P. Heller, Mrs. Geo. W.
1 Ireisbach, Mrs. Dr. '1'. 0. Mcllenry, Mrs.
M. W. Jackson.
Prettiest baby under one year
preiniiuiLchi'ld's carriage woith SlO 00
CLASS XXI MUSIC.
Uest band in the county, 2.1 00
Ua'nl entrnKnl by I hp Society not to compote etui
test to bo on I'l May. competent Judges will bo be
lecbM. c l ass x x 1 1 eq i :est rianism.
Judges Frank Fruit, Supt.; Joseph
ICnelly, Dr. Win. Robbins, .Miss Vine
lietz, Miss Sado Vastine.
liest female equestrian, ,1 00
Second best, 2 .10
nturday nl ten o'clock,
CLASS XXIII TRIALS Oh' SPEED.
lion T. JclT. VandeisliccSupt.; I. K.
Dildine, Daniel Morris, Joshua Feller
maii, F. R. Jackson.
COLM'V SI'OltTINO LIST Tllt'ltSliAY AT 1
liest horse or inure between 1 and S
years old, in the county, that can
trot a mile in harness, in I!j min
utes, $2.1 00
Second best, 15 00
Third best, 10 00
FiniiAV, 10 o'clock, a. ji.
liest colt under I years, in the coun
ty, that can trot a mile in harness
in t minutes, $10 00
Second best, .1 00
Third best, 3 00
I'AUSILlts' LIST, llllllW 1 O'CLOCK 1'. M.
liest trotting horso or niaro in the '
county, that never was on any
track before, $25 00
Second best, 10 00
Third best, 5 00
S.VTllUIlAY 1 O'CLOCK, Ol'LN TO ALL.
liest trotting horso or mare, $100 00
Second best', fit) 00
Third best, 2.1 00
Alt entrance fees must ho paid btforo the entry
will le mitdu. Knlrana lee un;wr center purse.
Not less ih.in four entrlis to make u ruce. All trials
toledeeldi'd by the list three out et lUe heats,
lleites truttlni; In ihel armers' Trot, will bceiiKibie
tu the free to all. Iloises eligible lo the County
sportlnir 1.1st can enter In the free to all. The en
Irtis to the Fanut rs"l rot, will eleso at 12 o'clock;
Friday noon. Entries to Saturda., 's race will close
Saturday ot 12 o'elock noon. In the fieotoall 2:40
muH to maue or no premium will bo awarded.
HULL'S AN1 liLorH'IIONS.
All persons havlne orlkles for exhibition or
cotn"tltloo mustsenro Kxhlottor's checLsot the
Asson uion oirort enrerinn iiiem.
v. .Minors can eeeome exiuoitors when their pa-
nis hao exhibitor's checks.
:t. 'Ihe Held of conimtltlon lsonen toall. 1'erpons
Irom other euunllts and Slates can become exhibi
tors on Hie same Urms usclttensof this countv.
4. All ultldcs offeud fur eomnelltlnn must be
owrcd by thocompcMlorfcr 30 das. Fruits, vcpe-
i.ioifs. iiowi-is, ac, musi ii irrown oy too competi
tor, and all munutactuied articles must bo mado by
5. No horse or mare w 111 Ito ellL-lbln to enter rarm-
ers' 1 1st or County snorting List, under trials of
speeu, unless owneuuyine eompeuior imrtyoajs
orelous to the Fair.
fi. All stock enti-red must be what It Is represent
to to be, or piemlums will be forfeited.
T. AllnrilolPHfnr exhibition or competition must
beenteiedbys o'clock p. m , on Wednesday, tht
13h, and remain on the ground until Saturday at 12
o'clock, M. when theywuibe at tho disposal of tho
s. r.o eambllOL- or eameor ehanee ef nnv kind
whateerwin bo allowed upon or m tho vulnltv ot
in,, inn- Kiimuus. Aim nir i tie purpose or prevennojr
thenomlssk.n ofanv nerson to the trrnunds with
pames of chance, and to prolde for the expulsion of
anv whotliallby nnv means guln admission, ther-
wililio a license granted to all pi-rsons enteilui; with
exhibitions or for the purpose of seuinir any articles.
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mine, wllldl Ikei be thall m furfi-llel and the lmld
eriliereof drUen from tho crounds Immediately
iiihiii inu iii.-ieL-i iuii ino i.iururian, or upon intor
in.iilou unen him by anv person, of tlio practlco of
anv eome ef eh.irieu or L-ambllne: ttv the nerson
holdinusuohllcer.se. And without license as orore
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article for stile upon the crounds.
o. No Ileenso win t, irrantedto stacds that seU
spiriiiiuui ur II11C4 liquors.
111. CACTION 1 All urllcles exhibited, whetberefltn.
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and any person detected In ptirlolnlnirur Injurlni;
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11. Judt-es appulnied to examlno the different
classes, will confer a favor on the Association by
calling at the secretary s onico early on Tliurbday
mornlnu; to obtain Instructions.
ii. 'i nu report-s or uie several .ludecs must bu
ias( ii upon ono oprrotu uy mo lievisinu commii
.ee iR'fore oiilers will lie drawn for Premiums.
1L I'lehlllims awarded lo nersons reslillni? out of
tlietoniuf Ploomsburi:, will lie paid ontlto after
noon of the last dav or the Fair, bv tho Treasurer,
on presen'ment of ihelr proper orders.
on Wednesday the prounds win bo open to tho
public nnd continue oix-n four days,
Nojierson will Iw permuted to vote at the next
uiinti ii iii-ciii'u in uie Association wtiuuui. prouu.
cine; his meinbershln ticket.
JjiuuiUirB iei1 confer a iiior on the bocitlu bv
iewliii'j a luloftlte tlrticUi they uith to eiliilit, to
ttieStertifuv.au turlu a luimtlUe. that thev mau
Le enttrttl aetini8 io the lint day of the fair; or
iit ui income oj j: jtjj. anuennce,
uhere they wilt be culled for.
i:. j. .iieiu:.ici ,
II. II tHT.UAN, stf'y, 1're.l.teiil.
IliiflilHirii, Cot, On., I'll,
I.IVKH IiISKASK and Indi
gestion prevail toi trreuterex
icntthau probably any other
malady, und relief Is alwus
inxlouslysuujlit after. If the
titer Is regulated In Its action
health Is a'lnnsi invariably secured. Indtpestlon or
want of anion in tlio aver causes Headache, Consti
pation, Jaundice, 1'alu In tho Mioulfiers.Couph, l!i.
lIurflD, l-uill luiiia.i,, uun mitu III lilt, UlUUtll, Oil
lous attacks, palpitation of the heart, depression of
rmilisui l.iu i-iuro, a,i, .. ii jiiuiiu UI lier HI IllOUlinS
SIMMONS' I.IVKlt llF.dl'LATOIt Is Ihu best relnedy
that has ever been discovered for these, alliuenu.
II ucisiuuuiy, ciicciutiiij , aim ueifB a simple vepo
table compound, can do no Injury In any quantities
thai It inav bo taken. It Is harmless in eto.v unv
It hus been used for forty years, and hundreds Irom
nduarls of the count rv wilt uuch for its lrtiiHa.
vu: nun. Alexander II. sie-
, mens, ui ueoriria; lilshu
nerce.ot flconrltt; John (il
shorter ot Afiibama; (len,
wu,i ii uuruuu, ii. i. moil,
il Columbus, (jeoruta, aro
amoni? (he hundreds to whom wo can refer. Kr.
tract of a letter from Alexander II. Stephens, dated
MtirchB, 1'N; "1 occasionally uso when niycondl.
tion requires It, Or. blmiuons1 Liver lleifulator, with
foodenwi. Itls mild, and bulls mo better than
more active inmllclne.
MiBaHHBMHMI U 19 nOt ttlfi OUalltV CAtun
lhat L'U es strcntith, llfo.bluod
uid Health. It la iim ft,,,!--
lUBlt dlitesUon ol the food
taken let it Ui much or
" line, iheitfoio do tim stlm.
uiato up tho bumiuih in crave food, but lather us-
bist uufcAuuu alter vuutiK vy (akin?
hl.ll.VIONs' I.IVKlt ItLlU'I.ATOIt
Ortalnnl nud (Itnutne
MiMum'sin ONLY IT
J. II, ZKII.IN X; CO.,
rrlccM.on. RddUy&unmKbxa!' btU'u'
II, Vt HACK AI.UNU VUIIK MUI.K, JAMBS,
liv joAcjtis MlUrn.
lhtltcatctl to Whom it May Omccrn.
Where now Is mulnir Sehujler?
And thst honest 7 boat man. where?
ljolli in lint titiat tliey could not Ileal,
Ho litirnnnlorifryour mule. Tames,
And climb the wilileanawl:
Your better boat shall bravely lloat
Far up Salt Creek next Fall.
And are you really poor, .Tames?
Well, a President should be,
LtkoCii'sar's wife, not or.ly poor,
Hut abovo suspicion; seel
So whack atonir your mule, .Tames,
And le'st npaln you tall,
tave I'avementR nnd Pacific Itoads,
And climb the wild eanawl.
You crack your whip, call names, abuse
The wolf accused t ho lamb;
True men nro truo In prey or blue.
And don't scare worth a cent.
So thump alonp J our mule, .Tames,
Too soldier mai tho hind:
And will apaln: Cod plvcs tho rein
To an uuurnlshed hand.
Ahl Hnncoek, Enpllsh and the Ulghtl
And If on rnlsn n row
Tills Hancock, he'sn Ilphtlns-cockl
Don't you torpct It now,
So thurnp aloni; your mule, James,
And lest nptiln jou fall,
Leovo ravemcnts ond I'oclflc lloads.
And stick to your eanawl.
Y'ou l ohbetl us onf e, don't rob us t lee;
For If ou do. by Joo
The honest Enpllsh of It Is
This Ophllnp-cock shall crowt
Ho whack alonp your mule, James,
And le'st npslnjon rail,
Lcae Pavements ond 1'nelUo Itoads
And stick to your eanawl.
rUll HANCOCK .
Why Itcpiiulli'atu ho Declare.
a vauii'.tv of m:soss ion i:i:a;iiini
Hli: S.MALI. COM I.VSION.
A colonel in tho United States armv.
who has been a ltcnitbliean, wroto a
letter to (Jen. Hancock of dato Julv II,
1S80, from which this extract is made:
I would recall to you a scene ol tho
war. At aiTcnton. in 1802, thu brig
ade commanders and some of tho regt
mental commanders called upon you to
niaku known to you the great dissatis-
lactiou ol the trootis at McClellan s be
ing relieved. 1 was the spokesman. Af
ter staling tlio situation you rose anil
Gentleman, we serve a country; we
sei'vn tin innti
LVellmr ilmi v,, n, n,i. tb,, t,r.
patriot von then were, should this na-
C J - "v ' i
tion bo placed in your keeping for
tiinu no man need iear lor the lesult.
Walter F. llalleck, a maior in the ar
my stationed on the l'acifio coast writes:
From mv knowledge, of General Han
cock I think of him as the poet describes
the true man and soldier
The braest and the tenderest,
Tho loMnp and thedarlnp.'
I propose to woik on this coast and
wherever 1 can be most useful in the
campaign for the success of Hancock
and Knglish. General Hancock will be
elected, take his seat, and bo the I'ri si-
dent of the whole L nited btates not a
section of it. Ho will receive a large
majority of the votes of all true soldiers
those who have sense enough to real
ize that the war is over anil desire to
bring about that friendly feeling between
tliu sections so necessary m order to
have a united country in fact as well as
in name. Hancock clubs aro organizing
rapidly all over this coast and I certainly
believe the l'aciliu states will all be car
ried bv him. 1 will be east before the
election and home in time to vote the
Democratic ticket this year."
(INT. Ol' THIS "Ol.ll IIUAIIIl."
John T. I.ong.the most intimate friend
of Grant in the West, and a leading St.
l.ouisliepublican. in an interview, a cor
respondent has said: "I shall vote for
General Hancock, and believe he will
be elected. I think liu has tlio tpiahh
cations to make a good President, lie
will have the good sense to surround
himself with the right kind of advisers.
One principal reason why I am against
Gat field is that he has already shown his
intention to be associated with at least
two men for whom tho Republican par
ty has the least possible use rschurz and
Sherman. Almost tho first thing (Jar
hem did alter his nomination was to
take a long carriage-ride with Scliurz, it
man devout ot all political principle.
The real catiso of Schtu.'s hostility to
Grant is this: When Scliurz was seua-
lor he asked Grant for lO.i appointments knew how to make war but did not know be was a safe man lo trust with the ud
in twelve months, from foreign missions how to make money. Now Grant was 1 minisliation of tho government. Isaac
down. He got eigtv-t nee. but mat o
himself the enemy of Grunt because he
lidn't get everything he asked for. I
have never heard lirant discuss Hancock
save as a general, and in that lespect ho
alvvavs spoko well of him. I am a He-
publican still. 1 have been in corn's-
pondencu with many political and per-
soiial friends respecting the political sit-
nation, and I shall vote for Hancock.
a .Noinii c.vuot.iNA itiu'tui.icvx.
l lie lialeign JHulij A ccjf lias Had an
interview with .Mr. v . A, untune, a
prominent lawyer of Fayetvillu and ono
ot tlio most prominent and intliieiitial
of the younger Republicans of North
it t: l.:., i i..
.UWUIl.l, , lltJUl Ills J'illl llilll lieeil ICIIU
10 nominate lor governor or lor con
grcss. Ho savs ho will vote lor and
support Hancock. lie further says: "I
beiievo now tho .Southern Democrats are
heartily sick of sectional stiifu and
mean in good faith to yield a hearty obo-
.. ... .. . .
Hence to tliu national authority, and
tho election of Hancock bv tho co-one-
ratiuii of the national Democratic, party
will bo conclusive proot that the South
is now as loyal as the North. I don't
believe any man could bo found so stu
pid as to doubt Hancock's loyalty, and 1
am sure lhat the Union lit his hands I
would bo safe. I think theru is a spe-1
cud necessity just nowot having section
alism abolished and tho 'bloody blurt t
eliminated from our politics. The de
velopment of our matciial resources and
tho prosperity of the country can never
be promoted by sectional stiife. So long
as tlio -ortli believes wo are disloyal.
h , . , I. "
ether it be true or not.wo can t expect
capitalists to come hero and liebrus to
buildiip. I noticed a day or two i ago in
the A tics that a Rhode Island youth
was actually atr.ud to come to Haleigb
al 1 1 f . . . 1 T 1
tho caiutal of our state, to attend Judge
Strongs law sehoo , because i us friends
at home were apprehensive of his person-
alsalety. I be , eve tha General Han-
cock is a man of pure privatu character
anil I knuw he was a gallant boldier.
o need a man as President of unmv
peactiauio private character to inspire
conn, ence at borne, and a solder of na
loiial reputation tocom.nuud ho respect
loieign naiions. iicncrai vjartielil
may bo a nine and unriLdit man but
, ..,! 1 J : . .,
urn uiraiil there is some
has been said about his eo
" :, V,i ' ,. , . r " "
...... ... .,,.,. , L.i.muiuii nun
the ! nw.r i,svmMH flu.llt HU.il.
tho DeGolyer pavement, Ciedit Mobil-
ier and o r sin i , f n A Z
kind. Hancock has none of U at so.t
of thing to answer for. As for Gen
H "?t'1'lr8.,"' lltn' rt00,.d! 1 he.Bnl
T t i ' 'T ' w " ,"
wLV'-Vl ' ' n,1jf f "' n:
" "v " ",u M'" "
i tir, M'hu.iitiAi viiu am, w, on
I havo always been a ( iralil man. 1 hough
I voted for him twice, I never held nny
ollico under his administration nor asked
him for any. I don't Inspire to any po-
lilical ollico now,unil what 1 ilesirc above
all things to see is a united country with
nil political tricksters ami machine; poli
ticians put in the background."
ANortlLK HANCOCK ItLIT III.ICAN.
Geo. Wilkes' Letter to William M. Hall,
I'aris, July IS, 1880.
Garfield pleased me because his name
rose upon tho collnpso of a hoi rid spectte
which had highteiied the country to its
very marrow; but Hancock nils the lull
an honest soldier who knows nothing
but his duty, and will be sure to leave
the people, unhampered by "policies," to
their own free will. That is the true
theory of the presidential institution.
J have been liankerinj' to vote the
Democratic ticket for oxer ten years
past, because it is a lived piinciplo wilh
tut' that no paitv whatever is fit to wield
the government, its army and its purse
consecutively for over ten years; cettain-
IV not lor twenty, l'arties, like cei tain
dishes, need to be turned over once in n
while to suit the public palate, nay the
public health, and heaven knows our
gorged and loathing country needs a
change at present. lint the manage
ment of the Democratic party has been
so incompetent for the last ten years, so
confounded with cussedness in its lead
erships, that I felt forced, in spite of my
principle, to adhere to the more icspeet
ablc rogueries of the Puritan Republi
Hancock however, fills the bill. He
is "a bolil soltlier boy, with a clean
name; ami though since Andrew Jack
sou the military idea has not been a
Uetnocratic iancy it is not tor the lie
publicans to come out of their hotbed of
sabres to reproach us with it now. They
sttrelv cannot clamor with success about
the Mrs. Surratt performance of Han
cock's bounden dutv That necessary
tragedy has been sullicieutly discounted
by applauded stalwarts; has always
proved to be one ol the most telling ap-
peals to Wepuuiicaii patriotism (luring
. , - , , . , -i
i"u lasl J""r I'resmeuuai campaigns; ami
I am much mistaken in my estimate of
human nature if the same painful inci-
ilent, with an honest but sorrowlul sol-
her as its central figure docs not again
powerfully intluence tho unpolitical por
tion of the American people.
1 know Hancock and 1 like him. He
is a man of sound ability and will wear
well; and though, as you know, I never
fancied West Point much, I must bear
it this important testimony: Through
out the war, on both sides, not one of
the regular brand was known lo steal.
It was not always so with the amateur
experts of the volunteer service. There
are two illustrative contrasts that now
passs across my mind: The first a vol
untecr psalm-singing spectacular, whom
I nerd not mention; the other that grand
old Confederate, hero, John li. Magru
der, whom I recollect as once painted by
'I chance correspondent ot the London
Times riding at the head of his legions
over the flowering sward of Texas, look
ing like one of the paladins of old, and
as I will add with millions of money '
had he been so minded springing to
his hand from the clover at his horse's
I well lemeinber how he staved Mc
Clellan and 10,000 of our Northern joutli
under that leader, for nearly a mouth at
Yorktown, with but liinu thousand incut
leaving behind him in the abandoned
walls not a wagon, not a sido of bacon,
nor a man.
Might well aKo do I bear in mind,
when hofound his reti eat discovered and
disputed bv those instinctive soldiers,
Hooker, Ileintzlcman and Kearney, he
had stomach to give battle to tho three
on the road at Yv illianislinrg, and to
pass through the toils that environed
him, bv the lire of his sword, with the
glory of a new Moreati. What has Grant
(lone that was better than that? Indeed,
Magruder was a grand old soldier, but
he died without means enough to limy
him a funeral that became a heio that
a (intercut kind ot a hero a soldier.
doubtless, but not so much of ono as his
blind worshippers would have us think
a siicui, crauy, nioney-iuaking man,
with always an emp'ue windward and
keenly comprehending that the fust step
oi tne louniier oi a dynasty is to mane
himself and family lich, aye to the utter-
most generation. Our fliend Ulysses
began his climb to power logically, by
taking presents, absorbing strength in
siocks ami nouses, ami every lorm oi
property aim ny iiisiriiiuung loiittnes to
hi' relatives, irom the Corbins to the
J 'cms, ms last ami most clever coki in
that way being the recent side stioke of
I iit-n m- i.v..,i t.,;n,A..u ;.. pi:fnr..:.. r....
I m " imi-u iiitniwun in .,11 , i vi , II ii jii
the family fund, in the way of marriage
through the cockey and aspiring young
prince l'tetl. Indeed, from the dav of
accession of Ulysses to what is practical-
ly the throne ot the United States (with
"s uiorc than legal pattonage), he has
, . t . ..
never, so lav as my onservauon goes, re-
ittsed a itch mans invitation to dinner
nor sat at a poorinau's table. If it vveiu
my desire to wound him. I would refer
to sumptuous boards which ho has care-
lessly allowed himself to patronize that
were not entirely worthy even of his own
start in life.
Presently, when he recovers from the
stupefaction ot tho recent staggering
blow at Chicago, he will slowly uncoil
aim sircicn out again tor prom.
Hut to return to the Presidential ones
tion. I was always of the opinion, after
wliat lm,i happened in 1H70, that Tilden
-.w tl. i..;....i n.i i:.i r....
I Ii'rtlv.II !! rimni l.UMIIII.ltU HU I
C'iiu-iini.-iti.iinil still 1 f,.l!,tv,.l,...,,l.l l.v..
i.., !,, i i....,,. .1 i
thought, the land was ' veai-nine- for
change. Wo have scon "the mysterious
public sense lately work in Knglaud. lint
H.'MU I1VHI7V llllV.lt "4 IV HI 1 1 LL 1 . 4 1 1 I Will
iieyond tho impulLeot this slowand steady
revolution against the republican party,
and transcending tho force of all other
e;lu,t.H put together came in tho nick
ol time the audacious attempt ot a set
political highwaymen atClucagoto plant
their knees upon the jiublio breast and
.night establish a permanent government
fw"thelr political nas.er a.l themselves,
Ti,uv wem nm.1 veiibs.
untune u oi uh Miicc. hi onier mat tnev
d 'i'l i , , , ..,
1 ' V """-l'"'"'1"' ""us. wan
1 "t?il,"'u d l-owcr, and did not know
M towhat greatoxtent they werouiiniasking
t leinse ves t t -unu tm lt..
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"omination only if unanimously paused
UP0, and, after six days fight
aiedwithit.jrcwttj.o., the bit it 8&J
TI'M k. it iohkoiI t which tho
"v H'wmtiy t(sk tnsu tiiiuVui' A.hciIcmi
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sientadtertneiuentaBiustbf paid forbefori inserted
except vvnero parties nave account,,
Insertions, and at Uiat rate for additional I nsertlou
without reference to icngin.
eriitnr,..AminiitrAtir'a and Auditor1!1 notices,
inreonoiiars. wumuopmaigr i,ucumsciw.
Transient or Local notices, twenty cents alma
(jaras in mo "uumes l
(jaros lu inu "uumbmi uhvvwi
phraser ''got mad." At thosamc moment
n panic sie.etl the biavcs who had been
foibidding honest men to speak. Tho
siege of liberty wim raised by tho lifting
ofGatfield's lianncr. The desperadoes!
endeavored to make the best of Iheirdin
comfituroj but they had gone too far.
The people now had taken the bit, mid
tho insults these republican dictators had
put upon their respected representatives
in tho convention burned every honest
cheek in the land. From that moment
the election of any Democratic candidate
who blight be named at Cincinnati was
lint the best man was chosen, and I
rejoice in his selection. I do not pre
dict anything, Imt I believe Gen. Han
cock will be invited to tho White House,
in a largo part by the very same patriot
ic men who sent honest Abraham Lin
coln there for two terms. I shall tako
great pleasure in casting my vote forhim
as a man without stain and equal to tho
I'tcsideiitial station. For that purpose I
will be found at the polls in New York
al the election in next Xov ember.
lu his Progress Col. Forney publishes
letters from D. R. Goodholc, of Wash
ington, D. C; Hichard McAllister, a
Pennsylvania!! at the capital; W. AV.
Whitiner, of Des Moines, and Anselm
liiidsell, of Ilinghamtou, X. Y all re
publicans, saying that they have enlisted
under the Democratic banner for tho
N (II. I) SOLIIILIt.
T. Caldwalder, wrote Irom the recorders)
office in Doylestown to Major.I. H. Rob
erts of Xvwton Rucks county, urging him
to get up a republican soldier club. In
his reply Major Roberts said ; "You will
find. I think, this fall, thousands of old
veterans in the republican party giving
three hurrahs and votes to Gen. Hancock.
You say should the Democratic party be
successlul with their candidate, a Union
soldier, you fear it will be placing tho
boys in gray, instead of the boys in blue,
in power. Captain were you ever in tho
army of the Potomac, 1 Who was tho
most dreaded Confederate officer, noted
for lying in ambush and shooting down
in cold blood the, boys in bluet Was it
tint Ciilnncl Mimbvl Vin anil lo-tbiv he
is being awarded by the republican chief
magistrate as American couiistil at Hong
Kong, in China. Gen. I.ongstreet, an
other rebel officer, is filling tho mission
of minister to Turkey, and hosts of oth
ers 1 could mention. lint the war is
over, and has been for fifteen long years
and I propose to drop the matter and fall
in with enough more of the boys in blue
to place at the head of our govern
ment that siipcib and tearless soldier,
General Wintield Scott Hancock, bom a
1 eiinsvlvanian and the pride of the state.
OTHKIt KOT.VIII.i: ACCESSIONS.
Hon. Samuel II. Thompson, of Mt.
Morris, 111., formerly a staunch republi
can, has declared himself for Hancock
Captain X. W. Wheeler, prominent as
a merchant in Portland, O., has declared
for Hancock. As ho has always been a
leading Republican his change of party
athliations has created quite a breeze in
the Hadical ranks.
The Hancock Legion of Shamokin
organized with 70 members, about ten
per cent of whom were ox-republicans.
Charles X- Toe, cx-register of votes of
Xew Haven, Conn., a prominent citizen
and hitherto a leading republican, has
come out for Hancock and English. Mr.
Poe served four years and a half in tho
Fnion army and feels at home in the
A coresespoudent of tho National
Deinocratiecoiumittee writes from Mont
gomery, Alabama: Our colored Hancock
and Knglish club on its third meeting
last night numbered G10. The colored
voters are a unit for the cause.
At a receet meeting in Fayette county
Dr. Thomas P. Wolker was called out.
He took the stand and stated that he had
never been a Democrat ; but that he bad
fought under Hancock and would vote
as hu had shot. lie exoited his hearers
to vote for Hancock, abStning them that
S. .lolui-on ami lion. I.li. bebnatterlv
I followed in luief but telling speeches af-
her which Wm. Collins,:in old gravhaired
republican who had never voted a lJeiu
ocratic ticket in his life, took the stand,
and said he had been so long opposed to
the Democracy that he lelt lcliictantto
join their tanks, but he could not and
would not vote against General Hancock
He admired the man for his noble deeds
Ion the great battle Jidda of tho Union,
and that be had Helped to raise a Hickory
pole this alternoon in his honor witli
great pleasure. Mr. Collins had been
employed in and about the lurnaces a
great inanv ycarS.is a manof intelligence,
I .... i it.. ........ t i.:.. i :ti ...it
, JUKI 1)11 1 ItClll I', illlll ills U..l UlJUU Will
upon tliu minds of many voters who havo
heretofore acted with the opponents of
Geo. Wilkes, the famous Liberal He
publican, wiites from Paris that ho is
coming home to vote for Hancock;
. ... - .... ..,.
,u, in 1. Long, the leading trienil ot
Grant in tho West, a prominent St.
Louis republican, coinesout for Hancock;
V. A. Guthiie. a Favetteville. X. C.
lawyer, who the republicans were about
to nominate for Governor.has ntinouneeti
for Hancock , Lieut. W. F. Halleck, of
tliu armv writes from San Francisco that
ho will travel east in the fall "to vote for
Isaac Gilmore, of Connellsville.and his
seven sons, all voters, lieretotoro all
staunch Republicans, have all come out
for Hancock. J he boys were in tho war
with Hancock and know all about him.
WHAT TlIK SOl.lllKUS SAY.
The Xut!ontil Citizen Soldier, a pa-
..i i: it' .1 ..... ... i t.
naner published in Washington and cir-
dilating largely among the soldiers of
tlu) lato war wuost' interests it advocates
well known t
through his tve
a suiressful Ge
W liilleltl M-ott Hancock is
to tho American iieonlo
record as a brave soldier and
. General. He bus served in
ot (bo tinny about forty years, but until tho
late war between the states he had littlo
opportunity to show his metal or display
ins a hi itv to command lariru uiniies.
His star roso rapidly howe
to 18(j.. He 'rove! Hi
ever from 1801
bltnul'lf finttiil tu
. . . '. . . - i
any task im losen upon mm, and no stain
restsupon his honor, or blot to mar his
funic. Ho fought for the Union under
.1... l "TV..: i -i . i t i ,
"ra""' t . wiumwira ins uiood
" the sacre.l cause of ficedom. This
,1 .ii ... . .
" I'"" "ls l'Ubllo iwoi.l, save Hint
dining the stoiniy period of reconstruc
tion ho was for n bhoit time military
goyernor of a large section of tho South
lie then nnd there proclaimed the doo
tiinetlint iu times of peace the mllitaiy
Khould l suboixliimto to tho civil power.
Tins WutlithUlj soulid mlHiral l(X'trilio.